The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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'"'I Making ur they .had not gone On record iof actual
construction of the projected. $100,000,000 road between
" Panama an Colombia, delegates tacomm.ttee last night
approved a move to create a fund to finance detailed stu-

dies ot ma, uiwjbvi ...
" -Mexico,' the United States Brazil and,Were

' active in the debate on a resolution ...
approval at a lnary .,..ion. of the; 7th Pan, American
Highway1 Congress, before If. becomer final.,;
Detailed .tudie. for putting a road through the for for-'midSble
'midSble for-'midSble Darien Cap are expected to take about 14 months,

and to require auuui
This morning only one commission-
- that on planning :
as holding formal eessumo.
Xy informal conferences were
a7in. delegate, ererif
ceived by the CWon,r
l...-int r Panama.-; Later
they placed a lloral offerlng.on
the monument to the founders
1. ; T. of Panama, and
OI ,m?.'f fthlef dele
ctlve-Tart in last" nights
approval of a resolution present-,
d toy Mexico...
Tallamy made It dear tw
, it is the desire of (fery eMn
try to .see the two continents
joSebut that, the problem U
bow to finance it. N
iiio nf fared 'bT Mex
by the United States, MW
Panama and Colombia, on a ba ba-S
S ba-S to beworked out between the
twc and 1-9 by the other Latin
American countries on
tiat onal imngetswi. -a v. 'i
Tallamy pointed out that since
'.. ia.ir4r.hWt to eonsuW
uttonTs reached, the

" Tesolutibn asking B"",

Argentina and Brasll nter nter-1
1 nter-1 ed the debate, !Hth wishing to
make sure they had not gone
f ma e 'v.onstrnction.'
WheTit 'became Cleat that np

country wouia oc
"eS to PP Sfvth Sfvth-"study"
"study" Sfvth-"study" of the road, they wttn wttn-drew
drew wttn-drew their objections and .the
" resolution was passed. Its chief

US Speaker Sees DoHvar's ideals
In Paharierlcan Highway Congress

Whst Simon Bolivar had
: t. aayv mor, than a ntu'y

. Curtis. U. Commissioner
of Publle Roads,- said Jj
. morning while P"t
:. t wreath at thestatue fthe;
f Liberator In Bolivar; PUsa,

j v. TTnited states aeie-
"i J-K- t5. pan AmtricaxH
v,v" ---- tAinn
A- ;J i '-i,- V 4 '.V,

,e cnlef delegate. Bertram
Xj. Tallamy, left last night tor
. ? SS!" Steffi

KicaraguaV. He will rejoin the
' Su v Friday or Satur-

i &t1tain how Bolivar, writ-
tng from. Lima, Peru, c.iic
American repubUcs to the t rst
J - rttvtlll

quoted part of the Liberator's
;'lnvlUtion, Jasued to: 1842.? Boll-

' 1' Th lav Ml which these ple-

'iotentiaries shall xexchange

- rntlJ will be con

': eidered immortal in the history
. America. .. -
r "When, arter a hendred
: 1 years has passed and poater-

' lh oriiia f ur taternatlon-

: ai law, it win remember these
V I treaties which have fortified
ear destiflv, and the treaties

- 1 f the Straits ranama wiu
4 j he reeaUed with respwt."

, rrnrtiM observed toaav:

" "I need not enumerate all of
the points listed In the pro pro-,
, pro-, gram for the convention. A few
wUl suffice to guage the stature

of this man:
; The States of toe New World
would be united urier eom-

" mn international law.
; "There would be a bas!s of
e-m&Htv In toeir. mutual rela rela-'
' rela-' tionxhSp. x
"Any member ef the Lgue
. re'nsinr to accept its resolu resolu-;
; resolu-; tions should be expelled. ;


MmtniMo tn a4ve "preferential
attention' at its next meeting
to proposals for financing the
nnrierfhisrhwav. including' the
plan proposed by Mexico and any 1
otner pracucm uiuu
the- committee ...itself may ; pro-
If An' authorization to the
chairman of the executive com committee
mittee committee to conduct the necessary
consultations for the financing
Of the Darien Highway studies.
! 3. To authorize the executive
committee to call a special high
way congress if necessary; to disi
cuss tne nnancing 01 w. ip
nnifMt unon the conclusion of
thA final studies.
vesterdav a Dosslble Site' for
th nevt noharress was broached
Both v Washington and Rio 4
Janeiro were menuonea. r:
:fi Some -WegaW seemed ;.:,:te
favor r Washington, since a
5 plan is afoot for a special mo motorcade
torcade motorcade to leave Panama. in
, May 1959 and drive to the
United $tates capital. The ex
pedition would mark the com completions
pletions completions of the Fan American
Highway from the Elo Grande
iuM-,ur tn th Canal Zone.
Commissions were to continue
ttMr meetmes thla : afternoon
,...A epecjial plenary eommisslon
mayi be called tomotroWj If the
worlC of -the eommlssions war warrants
rants warrants it- v r." ''
a with atf meettneii and con-
ierehces connected With tne
United Nations, or waui m ur
ganization of i American States,
fh v nublin la welcome at the
Highway Cohgress: meetings t
the extent onas mere wm.
. .Knot translations are provid-
d in, Spanish,, English andpor-
tuguese, ana ponaoie p.peau p.peau-phones
phones p.peau-phones are available, i
There were a number of va va-sant
sant va-sant aeats in .the visitors" gal
lery at yesterday morning's im important
portant important session.-
fThe League was to hold the
power of mediator and 1 should
arbitrate 1 on all disputations
arising among the members, as
well as between a member and
an outside power. t,
VWhen i external aggression
or internal anarchy threatened
the existence of any member,
the League was to give assist assistance.
ance. assistance. r- V-r.-V.V. -;:! vf.;
i-TUdal dlscrimma'tioD' were
to be abolished. : t i
"Every new attempt to ; ini initiate
tiate initiate eolonlal experiments in
South American soil should be
"Slave trade must be abolish-
-We need not attempt to rea reason
son reason why the Congress failed to
meet its objectives at that time.
What is important is to recall
that the Ideals of Simon Boll
var are .still alive. '
"Many of the principles ad.
van red by him have become
reality so that never has
there been sach a spirit of
interdependence and friend friend-liness
liness friend-liness as exists today among
the American republics.'
"We have not yet reached Bo Bolivar's
livar's Bolivar's complete ideal but this
Seventh Highway Congress is
evidence that progress con-
OaA 1 will continue In ceace.
amity and understanding.";

Queens Champion ; Ducks y:

LONDON, Aug. rjP) Lord
Altrlncham. the S3 year old
peer who dared suggest the
Qaeen's public speaking style
waa a "pain the neck," agreed
today to face the wrath ot the
nation' on television Thursday
nifht .....

He said he was prepared to
explain the statements he made
Saturday In a magazine he e e-dicts.
dicts. e-dicts. 1
f -w-indicated he weald
. ; - : .. V.
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( PANNING FOR GOLD la the Panama arei Is not Impossible. Left to right: Miss Angela Lee,
Comptroller's Office, Sp2 Lou voltallna, Signal Section, Fort Clayton, and Miss Cynthia-Orr
of the Engineer Section, Port' Clayton, panning for the real thing "are Just a few of the cW
Vilian employes and military personnel of USARCARIB who hope to strike it. rich by entering
suggestions in Project paydirt. 'The command's suggestion rate has almost doubled since 'Proj 'Project
ect 'Project Paydirt started. See story on page 8. w-(U.S. Army Phote by 8p3 Yern Bichey)

Two Ft: Kobbe Gl Bad Check Passers
Get Year lr Gamboa For,AVOL Spree

, 4 ; r
T Fart TCobbe Cla wno "were
AWOJ and Went etta- bad-check
ca shing ': spree last month today
were each sentenced to serve one
year Via the Gsmboa spenitentisry
at hard WMmmy. 12
In aentencinff them today In U.S
District Court. Judwe Guthrie F.
Crowe commented that it was dif
ficult to account fori the soldiers'
foolish actions; f" You i probably
thought that since you were AWOL
you woum Bve -re up- a wnue unm
vou were cauBhL!, Whatever the
reason ;-was',"L the f ? Jtfdge 1 1 stated,
"now ia the lime-to- pay the bill,
unfortunately." ;
- James H, Colwell.'fc tall, 21-year
old was found guilty on six counts
of passing- bad checks.- in aa
ditten to th one-year pen Sen-
tenco imposed- on two-"cou'ntsr he
was also liven six-month terms
on four of the counts but- this was
susoended for' 4 period oi five
His buddy. Thomas' A. BIaier. ,26.
who was charged on tour counts,
was also given six month sen-i
tences on two counts which were
suspended fpr five yesrs, in au audition
dition audition to the one-year penitentiary
sentence which he must serve, on
the other two charges, -.---v ;'
" Both boys 'who are"witn tne
JOth Infantry at Ft. Kobbej went
AWOL on Juno 2Sr and finding:
HiomtelveS without money, do do-ided
ided do-ided to -cash a fow chocks
drawn on the Chase Manhattan
Bank ef Balboa, knowing full
well that they had no funds, to
Mvir Hm amountt. ;
'For "almost two weeks; the sol
diers left a' trail of bad cheeki
which touched every post ex exchanger
changer exchanger on the Pacific side as well
as the Balboa commissary ana
Service Center. The checks ranged
from $40 to $100.
Public Defender William J. Sher Sher-idan,
idan, Sher-idan, Jr. pointed out that Colwell
was an orphan who bad knocked
around quite a bit before joining
the Army. -'
Assistant. District Attorney Mor Morton
ton Morton Thomson stated i court that
Colwell had an FBI record in the
States in 1954 and 1955 which in included
cluded included three vsgrsncy .' chsrgei
and four counts of loitering. When
the Judge ssked the defendant to
explain thesethe soldier taid that
be Wss out of worx wnen ne was
picked up and had just been look-
Sheridan asked the Judge not to
'consider these charges when pas-
not Uke taem aacK aiweuga
ho sent Brttish blood pres pressures
sures pressures sky high and was told
be ought to be "shot."
- "My criticisms were meant to
be helpful," Altrlncham said.
The best answer to them
would be for the court around
the Queen to do something. a
bout them."
Newspapers were flooded with
letters from readers. :
i About two-thirds. eX them

1 V

sing' entenes since o theft had
keen involved. 1 -'
, '1 don't thinli tt' was discontent
with the; Army that made these
boys do what they did, but it was
a spirit or adventure mat prompt
ed them,'?, the- Public Defender
explained. He added that Blazer
was the product of a broken home.
- Thomson earlier had recommen
ded 18 months in the pen for each
Sen! To:
"tk. i
A-sweet sucteen. birthday to
day 'turned out to be far from
sweet for;, a Panamanian1 youth
konvicted during the criminal ses
sion m tne, U.S. District Court for
second degree burglary, ,
-The dubious birthday" weienf for
tne young defendant Esteban Sa
veara, Jr., was a one-year- con
viction in the penitentiary which
both the goverment and the pub
lic deiender agreed was ui best do for tne boy.
Ssavedrt pleaded C u 1 1 1 y k- to
breaking into the maid's room of
douse 0204-B on Hemck Road in
Ancon, the home of Dr. Rogelio
Anas, and making off; witn a
gold wristwatch and some loose
cbsnge on June 19. '-"i.
The youth is aser deviate, the
court was told, and had spent eight
months in a corectional school
in Panama. He liiti himself at an
K'exotic dancer.". :
Assistant District Attorney Mor
ton Thomson pointed' out 'that last
year the youth committed six, burglaries,-
but because lof his age,
and the fact tnat tne property lost
was small, he was placed on proba
tion. ;v-, S' .-.-;,
In earner testimony in the Bal
boa Magistrate's Court it was stat
ed that Saavedra was always on
the streets of Panama wuhout par
ental supervision of sny kind.
After .Thomson recommended the
year term Sheridan told the court
he concurred heartily.'.
I don't thin be can strsieh-
tea himtelt out any other way,"
bo stated. ..--. .;
'Pain in N

protested Altrincham's "pain jnibout the first Queen Elisabeth
the neck" statement sand his as-.! he himself would have had a

sertlon the speeches made the
Queen sound .like a "pr&glah
The other letters praised him
lor "Just criticism."
, Some letters said he had
the same right to criticise the
Queen that Americans had to
criticise their President.
The other side noted thst if
he had made the statement a-

Sentence Suspended

For Colombian Who
Turned Ta,r:rfl!?ry.i
A short, 4 r lhsire d who
faced the U, &V District 0 u r t
judge today on a charge of first
degree burglary, .was told that he
was extremely tortunate that the
assistast district attorney had re recommended
commended recommended a probated sentence.
Said Judge Guthrie T.i Crowe
in passing sentence on Oscar Ro
driguez." v "a-
"'Rarely have I opposed a pro probated
bated probated sentence on a person' who
has a criminal record, but. had
rthe' government recommended a
suffer sentence, I would have 1m 1m-possed
possed 1m-possed it,"- the judge told defend defendant
ant defendant Oi car Rodriguei.
' The 22-year-old Colombian, who
has a long, record of convictions
in the Republic of Panama, in
sisted he did not want a lawyer to
represent him, but Public Defend Defender
er Defender William J. Sheridan, Jr. was
appointed anyway.
- Rodrigues broke into a maid's
room in house 1576-A GaVilan Rod
on June 18 and stole $89 worth of
clothes and jewelry. Then Jie took
a carburetor which he found ly
ing in the garage under the house.
Assistant District Attorney Mor
ton Thomson recommended a two-
year sentence suspended for a pe
riod of five years, which was ac
cepted by tne J udge.
Thomson explained that the light
sentence wss recommended be
cause RodrigueS had only on con
viction of petit larceny in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone, and this occurred when
the defendant was 14 years old.
Canal Traffic
i Suffers tag
' "After the flood of ship that
pushed through the Canal last
month, the Pacific Side water waterfront
front waterfront had a famine today.
By noon seven ships had nos nosed
ed nosed northward; bat there was
only one more to go.
' Unless something else heaves
ever the horizon unexpectedly,
thatll make a total of eight
ships northbound in con contrast
trast contrast to the IS to IS than were
common in July.


pain In the neck from the
chopping block. -;"
Ma j. John Yindley Mar Mar-r
r Mar-r lon Dymoke, si Si-year-old
soldier who holds the ancfent
'and honorary UUe of "The
Qaeen's Champion," adroitly
docked comment oa the tssvo
atthoBch the family motto ts,
"I tight for the monarch,"


Rap Dropped;
Thief Insane
The1' charge against a burglar
who stole almost $20,000 worth of
stocks 'and bonds from a Balboa
resident last April was dismissed
today in U. S. District Court on
grounds that the defendant, Carles
Magallon, was insane.
1 A youth who had acted as a
ao-between for him and the A A-merican
merican A-merican victim, W 1 1 1 1 a m W.
Wood today waa found guilty en
four counts of petit larceny" af after
ter after previous convictions, : and
sentenced to spend one year in
the penitentiary.
I He is Julio Santamaria, 1-year-old
Panamanian who was picked
up by police before they caught
Magallon, The theft of the bonds
occurred 'ori April 29 after which
santamaru .tried twice to con
tact Wood, a supervisor tor the
oaiDoa orancn accounting office,
in an. attempt to get the owner
to buy back his own bonds.
Police were .'able to trck down
Magallon through Santamaria. The
stociKs and bonds were all, recov
erer.1': '.
t In July, Magallon's sister, who
told the court there bad been in insanity
sanity insanity in the family, filed an ac action
tion action requesting that:, her brother
be committed to! a mental institu institution.
tion. institution. He was Subjected to a men mental
tal mental examination and iudsred to be
insane. Assistant Attorney Morton
inomson moved to have the case
against Magallon dismissed today.
' Sahtamana, meanwhile, Was
found auilty of steaiina various
Items of. clothing from under four
residences in' Balboa on ijn 30,
: Jud04 Guthrie 1 F. Crowe niae-.
on ncn inree counis, sus
pended tor a- period of fivd years
in addition to Imoosinc a one-vear
terny. J te pen, whichvSantama-
na must serve.; '- f
This boy needs the ; supervi supervision
sion supervision he will,, get there, said the
judge. -'-:. -v,"

Commissary Case-Defendant Agrees
To Voluntary Mental Observation

' After lfl witnesses Vera parad
ed before the Balboa Magistrate
yesterday to testify in a .petit
larceny case filed against Tnom
as 8. McKibbon. a Panama Ca
nal electrical engineer, the case
was taken under advisement..
The defendant acreed to
submit himself voluntarily for
mental observation after an
agreement to this effect was
reached by defense counsel
Woodrow de Castro and Assis Assistant
tant Assistant District Attorney Morton
Thomson .called ten witnesses,
commissary employes and Zone
detectives, to the stand in the
three-hour trial.
De Castro listed nine witness witnesses
es witnesses including three' clergymen and
five associates or friends of the
58-year-old defendant.
The case involved the theft of
two pounds of bacon from the
Balboa commissary. -'Testimony
by Canal Zone detective A. Her Her-manny
manny Her-manny revealed that a watch
. 411 fat. V f
Jr tX ,4 in'tr,; ,;m-l
"..Iv" X.:.:".. i
SrmAnSh KDorU Triad I been
that he had taken articles out;
VI Ulv wVUUiMOswij niwiwut srM
lng for them.
Hia wife testified that he had
been under a mental strain be because
cause because he had been preparing for
a bar examination,
Police denied mckiddoti s aue
Anfts iih
oersuade him to plead guilty,

and threatened to file a charge nolatlon of.the reguU reguU-of
of reguU-of burglary, against him "...lotion if he ta is ridlnir in the vehi vehi-"i11
"i11 vehi-"i11 .J.:, ..M.'cle when it Is committed He had

htvu ncluiiiiij "u..'v"',;hMn fined 110(1.

Captain Oaddis Wall took the
stand, to offer their vehement
denials. Wall said that, the de-
-I am on leave,", said the
major. "My family si ever
snakes- any comment to the
Dymoke s main Job these days
is to carry a banner at corona coronations.'"
tions.'" coronations.'"
IA the olden days his ances ancestors
tors ancestors were supposed to throw
mailed gauntlet on the floor
of Westminster Abbey ana
ehallenre all who denied the
monarch right to the throne.

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Local Ubserverst;



. TT O "T-itv".4
Both the Senate and the House took important trips
in Washington yesterday toward implementing articles of
the 1955 Treaty between Panama and the United States.
The Senate passed and sent to-the House a bill to

aurnonze establishment ot

and local emoloves of all federal aaennVc An th ri

Zone. .."'' :

The House approved a bill providing for the con conveyance
veyance conveyance to the Republic of Panamd of improved and un unimproved
improved unimproved real estate valued at about $25,000, r
Informed observers on the Isthmus said that neither
action should be taken as an assurance that the legisla legislation
tion legislation will be enacted into law this session.
Til karf KMirliA on mm II .1 .

f. vyiviiw.., v..
t. ri,i
reai esrare dim itas rne oesr
- Some members of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal subcommittee of the
Fisheries Commirtno are under under-Home
Home under-Home Merchant Marine and
; eteod to feel that on-the-spot
hearings in the Canal Zone may
be nocesisry before a decision en
the wage bill can. bo reachnd.
The wage bill is pending in the
Civil Service C nmittee of the
House but other committees are
also-'concerned.''':: 1
f Both, bills -wet'e requested "by t
Agminisiration, :.
if bo single wigo scale legls-.-
latioi does pats, the Panama
Canal Company will be in a po po-..sition
..sition po-..sition to begin Hs implements
tion at once.
Thl will not mn-an, however,
that any changes in sti tu or
fendant had admitted the com-
missary tmrta ana asxed for a
The defendant said he was not
conscious of taking the items at
the time. Wall said he told Mc
Klbbon to see a psychiatrist.
( Acting Balboa Magistrate Judge
E. j. p. Tateiman said he would
advise the lawyers when he was
ready to announce his decision.
DA Withdraws Case
Against Gl Who Lei
Drunk Friend Drive
The charge against a Navy
enlisted men who let a drunken
Mend drive his automobile wa
when PPel was cal-
The government moved for
dismissal of the charge SRalnst
the defendant, Harry R. Camp
bell, 20, who was convicted tn
Balboa Magistrate s Court un-
a a.4lM AW- rl rA-A
We regulations providing for
. .n.n.i.nit.
Campbell was in his own car
when it was being driven by
James H. McCall. 22. on Bra la
.Roatj on July 21. McCall was
found guilty of drunken driving
and fined slOO as a consequence.
Campbell had inmediately fil
ed notice of appeal in nis case.
Both men are with the Harbor
Defense Unit, -. n
- j
Today In the higher court, As
sistant District Attorney Morton
Thomson moved for dismissal of
the case. No reason waa given.
" Campbell was being represent represented
ed represented by attorney DavVd M. Robles
of the lav firm oi De Castro and

' t '- .i

I sssssV

, -.
a single waae scale for JVS:
.. ''ms.vW'm
ui, iiiiuiiiiui pan, is mar wt-
salaries wl" fellow Immedfatefy.
The legislation will irequire
combing over, -dministrativclyof
every job on the Zone, both In tti
Canal organization and in the arm arm-ed
ed arm-ed service, to see that they con conform..
form.. conform.. .. ,.. ...
i 1hwM ova.
luafien will bo itt p, and ad-
mmistratlva machln rv mi tr lis : :
fThe bill Implementing the fil
esta te conyeyance -J provides aistf
for an allowance of the market va value
lue value of such Isnds on the books of
the Panama Canal Company and
the Canal Zone Government to al allocate
locate allocate replacement costs.
. The committee struck from the
bill and decided to consider se separately
parately separately the matter of how td al allocate
locate allocate increased annuity payments
to the Republic of Panama. t e
Two Who Robbed ;
Chilibre Resident
Given Terms In Pen
Pointing out that' back fn-tha
"old days" in Enaland men wcr
sentenced to death for similar
violations. District Court Judge
Guthrie F. Crown tnrlav adman-..
lshed two Panamanian farmers
who robbed a pedestrian of 1ST.
uur present laws are much
more lenient" the .June told
defendants Jose de la cm Hon.
zalez, 24, and his buddy, Rufino
Mena, before sentencing them
each to serve pexitentlary terms.
Bince n was a lirst offense
for Gonialea he was given, a
one-year pen sentence. Mena,
wno naa previously been con convicted
victed convicted In Balboa Magistrate'!
Court received an 18-month sen sentence.
tence. sentence. ... i.i
ine pair were louna sruiitr of
robbing Jose Barretto. a Chili Chilibre
bre Chilibre resident who was walking
along Madden Dam on hi way
home on June 23. It was a"daric
nignt, testimony revealed and
Mena admitted that be held the
victim while Gonzalez nulled
me money rrom us pocket, a
aia Mena toaay: i -
"I dldnt do it out of anv bad
Intentions but of necessity."
Judge Crowe pointed out th
w a "very bad crime." He
added: . . ,,.
"It' not only denrivea a. arcnn
of his property, ut hi safety
and life is placed in danger."
Then he referred to the death
penalty Imposed in England
"back in the old days, for shn-
uar crimes.
Both men had pleaded guilty
to the offense.
Fort Clavfon CI -Still
On Serious
List At Hosoital
.-. :
Ttc Douglas X. Walkr of rort
Clayton, who was badly hurt in a
smasbun oa the Psa American
Highway last week, is still rp the
seriously ill list today at Gcrgas
Hospital r
ilis nuddy, Ffc. Roy j. Atniee y,
was killed whea the SKrta ctr i.t
which the two were riding ram
med into the rear of a track as
both vehicles approached Cborrera.

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t In answer to "Draftee" and "A Proud US," I must aay that
calling me "stupid" or words to that effect helps me in one
, thing." It proves. that a college degree doesn't mean that a man
is really intelligent. I admire those "USs" who, have worked
And' gone to college, but there are also RAs who have worked
, nd studied on their off duty time and also gotten an education.
l"Draf tee" must be proud of calling me stupid because in do doing
ing doing so he has indicated that we have very many stupid people
in Jthe U.S. A law like this is not made without the thoughts of
tntHT nersons. It's a shame that we have such a stupid group

of ".people in the V-8. that call themselves congressmen, and
, uch stupid people as a civilian by the name of Wilson, and a
mu(h more stupid person, because he is RA, as General Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, who, by the way, is the Commander-in-Chief as well as
: the President. .
.You ask me to stop arid think of the persons in the techni technical
cal technical fields and that they the main source of those who are
dratted. That's very true, because those men can receive more
of the taxpayers' money as civilians.
wv. r rnn m(j t.haf tViA Afmv ie -jlinnnrfAri htr t.YlA tflvnflV-

erst' That again Is very true, but compare the number of RA's
" with the number of civilians that are also, supported by the tax-

. payers.
lYon ulsn foreet that we also are taxed iust as much as the

civilians, in comparison to our wages. I am wondering Just what

Jcirid of a government job you had before being drafted?
i also feel that the loss of commy and PX privileges are
not. bothering either, one ct you much, since I doubt if either

' one oi you were nun uy iw. 11 you are ui uie iaimi tiuuo iww
I'm' sure that you were drafted before the law was mit into ef

fect, and your families are probably here buying from the PX
' and Commy. If they aren't here, and I'm sure that's what's

bothering you, they are undoubtedly doing just as well buying

1 on we market in tne us.
. A taxpayer,' as you people say you are, should be glad to save
the government the expense of sending your families down here

ana Housing tnem.
Mr. Draftee, the XJS's are receiving the same privileges as
the RA's. If they are of the grade of E-5 or more they can have
their families here the same as an RA. If they are below that
. .grade they will have to do without unless they are corporals
" with more than four years and then the Army gives him the
privilege also. You, too, can get this privilege.
"A Proud U.S." states that they make good money but have
to work ior it. Well, those in the Army have to work also, but
the pay Isn't quite so good.' you say that all we have to do is
ait around In our of flee and give brders to privates. I didn't say
I was an officer, and I would like to ask you if you have ever
been in the infantry or did you form this opinion from seeing
so many of the drafted "technicians" mentioned by "Draftee."
In reply to your saying that I wasn't educated, I would like
to say this. I may not bs able to use the words that you use in
your letters, but I do have a degree in engineering. Furthermore,
I would like to ask you if you, an educated man, can retire in 20
; years with a small income, or in 30 years with more income?
You cay that I didn'ivhave the guts to face civilian life.

That's not the case. I did my 'job just as well as all of those civ

vuians -drawing pay irojn the U.S. Government.
I have a feeling that when I retire the civilians will not pre-
vent me from living with my wife, as those civilians (Congress)
dld-you, and I'm sure that all of those civilian facilities will be
open for me to spend that retirement pay of the U.S. Govern Government.
ment. Government. RA.

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Prescribed A 10 Per Cent Diet





Before any small sura of $24,000 is spent, or before anv well

meaning, comisunlty-spmted, parents' teetincs are hurt I'd like

to say a few words about the proposed plan to renovate build building
ing building 9A as a Pacific Side Youth Center.
Plans such as this, intended to make things more pleasant

sna enjovaDie ior tne youin 01 tne community, are ail very nice,
but umortunately this type .of venture Is apparently not appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by the youth of uiis community, and all previous plans
of this type so far have met with an appalling lack of interest

spa enwusiasm on me pari 01 ine teenagers.
. This Lf not the first time a Youth Center haa -been talked

about on the Canal Zone, and if this one is completed it will not

oe ma .irsi time one nas Men Duiit ior tne teenagers, and when

una One Tails It Will not be the tint tlm a tMna rlnh fall.

on the Canal zone.
"I suggest that we all look back and remember the Red Door

wrncn was Duilt at the Diablo Heights Clubhouse (I suppose I
should 67 Service Center, but 111 aay Clubhouse so you'd know
what I'm talking about.. This was also established as a Youth

spin platters and in general have a balL But where is the Red
Door now? It doesn't exist. Aa a matter of fact It didn't even
last a year.
Now youll say, "Well, this was Just a little dinky room roped
off for the kids to dance." It wasn't anything of the kind. It
was a beautiful set-up with a very expensive built-up, nardwcod
dance floor. It must have cost someone a pretty penny. And
you might say, "WeU. the kids were never interested In that In
tha first place. You've got to get them Interested somehow."
' .This U not true either, the kids were wild about It at first.
Aa a matter of fact they decorated it themselves. On the walls
were mural type caricatures of teenagers in various poses paint painted
ed painted by kids from Balboa High School. The opening night of the
Red Door it was jammed, and for the first few weeks the kids
haunted the place. But, p-a dually and gradually their enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm died OUt and soon the Ret Donr mrsa emDtv. Th kld hat

vuna iucr vmngg io no.

tions were most promising.

It has been the same way In
the American' labor movement.
There have bean men in pes!--tions
of power at local, and avan
national union levels, who so
forgot thnmselves and tha causa
they served as to place their own
drive for power sr their own
personal interest first. And
ihere have boon members who
went willing tr accept economic
gains, sometimes real bat mors
often merely alleged, at the
price f of fljrrertdering their de democratic
mocratic democratic rights aa members of

a fran trads union.

Why is It that so many people are always complaining that

Hiey nave nowung etc., yet wnen tney qo nnauy get something

ior uiemseivcs, uiey lane no interest in n, ana are always sing
ing the blues, just as before they had.

I am referring to some of the fortunate ones that bought

ucxets on tne apartment nouses tne Lions ciub rained, xnese
buildings are nice, but nothing extra, yet some of the owners
charge high rents, same as the larger and newer buildings. The
owners haven't once applied paint to the out side, or kept them
tn repair, and I understand from talking to the tenants, that
they have to pay all of the repair bills and the upkeep of the
Inside of the apartments. Yet each month they are expected to
be Johnnie on the spot in pay lne the hieh rental. The vards in

the rainy season are nothine but weeds and are a sore ev to

our street with the garbage strewn all over yard and blowing
SVnwM fk. .trakt Im nAi.kkn.'. ..n.j.

wnat a pity our nice street is on its way to looking like the

' worst slums around, all due to one buildins!

wnat a pity, mat a person who never bad, and was unable to

' nave before neing fortunate to have won this building, is so sel
' fish and. money hungry they do not appreciate their good for
tune enough to take care ol it.

Why isn't there a law here, that requests the owners of all

Income properties, to keep them in redair and painted decently

very few years so as not to have our whole city become a slum.

When a person is handed a building free of charge (except
for the $20.00 spent for the raffle tlcaet), rents and receives

several nunared aoiiars income montniy, they should be able

to spend a mtie ior repairs and keep their property up.
Am I right or wrong?
A Proud Panamanian

corruption in the labor movement

Tne codes, however, are witness

that toe general standard of ethl

cal conduct in the labor movement

is hieh

The fact h thaf the stsndards

embodied in the six codes on ethi

cal practices represent existing

' stsndards in tne vast majority of

American uiiors. me need for

the codes, like the need for the

Ten Commandments, arose from

sin. But the ro-lcs. unlike the Decs

logue, were not passed down from
above. They were distilled from

democratic and responsible pnn pnn-rinles
rinles pnn-rinles and oracfices which have

been developed by generations of

organized American workinmen

and women in their searcn ior a

I strong and representative labor


The codes, as von know, include

standards for he administration of

health and welfara funds, the is

suance of nnion charters, tbe ceo

duct of union officials, the banning

of corruption, ganesteriom. Com
munixm and f ascism, the hand!

ins; of union finances, and the ore

serration of detnocritie practices.

They e available by writine to

the ATL-CIO; Washington D C.

I hope many of your readers win

Bet Fonies and read tnem I nope.

too, that some of the organizations
I tn which the? belong, especially

Dolhiral parties, rr.av be inspired

I to follow our example.

Jteain Victor, have a food

c'tion. Yours wdl not be disrarb disrarb-L
L disrarb-L I know, bv wibiisbed tharees

IIP" you ere nwretuun ji
I ... t

WeU. folks, that Is tha way Teen-Age Clubs go down herein. either for the
why don't we face the fact before we go spending a lot of ,, r-. -s twj

EDITOR'S NOTE i Victor Ris
sol is on his way to Eurena to caw.

or vital stories. Today, while ho is

en route, tits guett columni: is
Al Hayes, President, International
Association of. Machinists, and
Chairman, AFL-CIO Ethical Prac Practices
tices Practices Committee.)
Washington, D.C,
Dear Victor:
Have a good vacation. I hope
you enjoy, it as much as I did

mine. I'm just back from several
weeks in the woods and lakes of

nortnern Wisconsin.-far from th

charges and countercharges,, the

recriminations and investigations
which mark the Washinetnn sepne

My companions were my wife and
family, along with a few friendly

iieignDors. .ny aeugnt was in

matching wits and skill with, the

nennern ana wall eye pike and

the muskies which offer a double
reward the thrill of the strike

and the play and the catch, and
the mouth-wattvine eoodness thev

offer back in the cottage.
Right now I am convinced that

iaoor'8 greatest collective bar

gaining achievement tin recent

years is. .paid vacation, although

of course, a sood nav 'envelooe for

the rest of the year is necessary

io neip pay tne expenses.
Within tivj labor movement,
more than in any ether segment
of our economic society, I n.p
pose, the proper business of men
kind is man, but there Is ; no
doubt in my mind that an oc occasional
casional occasional escape to ths far off
woods, ths uninterrupted com

panionship jf family and frbnds
and the thrill of outdoor sport,
recondition a man and put him
in bettor shape to pursue his
proper business.

Then, mere is uie matter of pers

pective, ah oi us oecome so in
volved in the details of daily liv

ing and Jaiiy business that we

sometimes develop an incomplete

and even an erroneous concept of

where, we ar?, where, we hsve
come from, and where we are


Back at my desk now, I think ASKING: Are Tommy Sands and
I have a clearer picture in my Molly Bee singing their songs, to
own mind as to just what has been each other?. .Will Jack Webb
going on in the labor movement and Jackie Loughery tie the knot

jur we puriwuvc mumaa. nas before Thanksgiving? (No. His

oeen a necnc year, as you weu divorce final theni)

anow. victor, xei it nas oeen a t. k -v,...

vt , lou i. nit;,, buvw aviucuuuK a b tijc

IT'iuY1 ee1"?' f1 chi chi Quo Vadis. . Did Mt;

..t .Everest conqueror Sir Edmund Hi

"-::V;r.Tru" r iary Dust a leg lamng down

rXLVZV. '"L?. ... L-ilr'T"", flight of stairs?. .Is there

.UOUgUlOllU. W.C 1CL111114UCB ..IJ-!.. J- fU. V. Vm

ilAmAtiaMi imthm if calf w.v, v'w.

Havi, vnii vr .tonnrf tn thint Uncle Nick and Charley Kenny

vsw it ..n. .L,i tv,. Pat Boone's Dot recording

en in the darkest and most trying Pfre'8 Goldmine, etc. got
times of our Republic, no great of to half-a-million sales the first

national dictator has arisen among "" .xpec. ro pas
us to talk us into selling the birth- Boone's "Love. .Letters ; in the

right, of freedom for the pottage Sand," which did 2,000,000 and is
of promised security. The answer still rolling.. That goldmine Is also

is simple, u seems io me; we are euuj uw"i"e! .. , ;

so (mbued with the spirit of free- f t --;: M-9f.nS
dom that even, the most desperate ii f iuaiii. AAitiaW

among us would think twice before hMI Z .Sn.rt rn.wEn.i
..fT.nH.rin. nr .t ,. M How about a Congressional

u":... .u" .... Z" S-r medal Jbr Boris Morros, the for

hittnna V u-nniri thint t,i h mer Psramount produce! 'and most

for risking the wrath nf fr. mpn recently: counter-spy. for the U.

by trying to seize the reins of
it- n.,,.. r l.. ... to him at the Warwick where man

ppetty area dictaros and our politi- 5er J? Schlicht (snother
cal bosses, to he sure. They lived ft" B$ ;iCn,m,unit.), d(M
out their breif careers by catering ini ?rud- en Jne 'VLu01-? of
ta the chosen few and exploiting Bor!' braver gets outrthe bar-

the downright political laziness of rowing aeiaus wm man; iracr,-

the many. JuC no great national ca s na mna on ena. j. od od-leader
leader od-leader has ever made the play for forbeda t Chez Vito .Ustemng to
absolute oower even when eondi- the tale but Boris, a great trrtisi

' f I ' a



t, mw maiioii

WASHINGTON The Natural Gsl ."Wouldn't you say the President

(Bill, which in these davs of iniia

tion will add about S800.000.000 an

nually to .he consumers', gas bill.

hit a couole oi snsai in the House

Rules committee last weex.

The gas and oil lobbyists were
all sat to see the gas bill slide
through chairman H a w a r d

Smith's Roles Committee like

greased Ijghtninjf when it ran

fuH form into the adamant tig'
: urea of Consressmen Ray Mad

den of Ganf, Indiana and Jim

Delaney of Long Island City, N.Y

; Smith "started the. Rules Com'
mittee bearings m a big hurry,
Smith is the congressman who us used
ed used to represent George-Washing

ton's old home, Alexandria, just
across the Potomac, but had to
move to more rural Virginia when

this area got too progressive.
He is head of the Dixiecrat-ile
bublican coalition which just kill'

ed the school bill : and his rules

committee is the all-powerful group

which decides whether a diu

be sent to the full House of Repre

sentauves for a vote or not.

Coneressman Oren Harris of Ar

ktnsas, author of the gas bill and

longtime meua oi me puouc uw

hties. appeared as a witness,

He recently acaulred a 25 ver

cent Interest in a TV station at 1

Dorado, Ark., for only 15000, and

bis wile, was tne recipient oi prized
wartime nylons from Ham lloses

of Arkansas rower, wnen' nyioni

were impossime to get.



I DON'T KNOW, I'M called at Formentor. he got

toothache but wasn't too eager to
make the 48-mile trip overland
to Palma, Mallorca's capital. A

local booster steered HRH to a
little dustyoff-beat village with
one destist. This dentist's drill is

an old-fashioned foot-operated one,

When he finished, it's a good

thing Eddie wasn't still king, v or

mere a be a war between spam

and ungiand. The locals call this
tooth surgeon: "The Butcher!" I
don't know. what. Windsor calls


cian, was absorbed by the fiddles.


Since Earths Kltt cooled,' John

Ireland's doing the clubs with Lu-

Romero,, ths cha-cha dancer.

(He's ths ex-Mr. Joanne Dm)

Add Harwvrt Club r Club- CupH

Deptt Prince Ranier end his

Princess courted there sew the

memory is kept alive with their

special vintage which bears tne

Msnacan coat of arms, ths Initial

RG, and the data of the nuptials,:

April 10 1956". . Guess the

character Kim Stanley portrays

in Paddv Chavefskv'S film. "The

Looking back-over the past year Goddess." being shot in the Bronx

m inis perspective, me real iri- at Da d iwadal-B ooraon srruaios.

umph of the labor movement hasty plays a troubled movie queen
been not in the dramatic dealings whs marries a former baseball

with a lew erring unions and un- tar. (Ifs not Mary Miles Minter,

ion ouiciin, put in us develop- l)s It 7)

mem oi uie n coues on euiicai

pracUces developed by the AFlr MALLORCA, BUT IS IT PARA

t,iu. uiscipimary: acuon agamst DISE: Pity the poor Duke of

tne erring lew is testimony to uie Windsor! He and Wally are guests
fact that there has been graft and 0B gtavros Narcho's yacht. When
anMinfiAn la haa 1 ok hn tmsniannsiiir I w


WHERE: Leona Gage, the' Miss
U.S.A. who turned out to be Mrs.

U.S.A., has as offer to open the

new Havana Riviera, among voth

that he's In the big chips now,

ers that are flooding irfT They've Mho tslegram, "for the lowdown

got to talk to "Doc'.' Louis Shurr

about it. He i her new manager.

Bob Hope's too. I mean Bob'i old

manager. .Sally Ann Howes, the

next "Liza" is "My Pair Lady."

is the fair lady of composer Rich Richard
ard Richard Adler, and' they're readying

a pronto wedding, . comedian

Jack Carter and Steve Herzfeld,

tne neir, ootn minx wesinampro.vs

uune Deck is wonderful, or may

be it's Ann Johnson, the water in

structress mere,


Berg In pursuit of actor Jeff- Horn
all the way to Cannes where bo's

to mske "Bonjour Tristesse,"
Wish she'd pursue me. I'm near nearer.
er. nearer. .George de Witt (the depos

ed lupo) knows a starlet Who al

ways has the right answer. It's

Yes! (Oh, no! ). Alan Dale,-, the
sweet singer, is singing sweet
songs to v Pat Moore, the sweet
model. . Bruce Cabot, (and

where's he been) is reportedly se

rious about Eunice caudle, who

used to be serious abotu (Clark

Gable before he got really sen



Believe it or not. a some of my

best friends' are press agents es

pecially ex press agents. One of

these is Cliff Butler, 'who came
to Gotham from Montreal 20 years
ago, to press agent ice shows

asd hockey, after which he be

came one of Canada's outstanding

sports announcers in pre-TV davs.

Then. I lost track of him. So was

"What Is the reason that this

bill comes ie vs during the clos

ing days i sf Congress7" asked

Madden, whose Indiana district,

nst euttlen Chicago, consumes
millions sf dollars worth ef gas.


"You had' all of January, Fab

ruary, Marih, April, May and June
to bring this bili in, but. now you

bring it in a few days oeiore ad'
Joumment." Madden continued.

T thi hopaiiaa mil Vint to

with his own iron mines and such I ...h i thmnoh iinrino tha rinina

tu vouaun. xus acuuic oumi iust aviitamnnt nf a11AUrnmnt when

uiaue a juiai siupmeni io uerma- nniuuiv is nnvinir ton mnpri atten

ny as part of a major lntemation-l ti0n? This is what happened last

. uet ana now uie iaa wno- was year. After all this delay wny tne
trying to get Bway 'publicity ac- biir niRh?".

counts a few years ago for eat- Smith fussed and turned. He held

ug money nas wau St. and Can- bis gavel in band as if ready to

aaian investors wrong wita mm I brine it down on the siisntest nro-

to take something like $33,000,000, vocation. - vW i ,
he tells me. Whv wasn't I a nreml "How much time do vou nlan to

agent? ... take?" he finally fumed at Mad

den after' the Indians congress

I'VE got to wbitbv it rut nian had asksd many more. quest

Tr Gillian Grey, the beautiful I

Madden, "we sat here, for two
weeks while yew went into the
Housing Bill and fsr four weeks
whN you considered tha Civil
Rights Sill. Now comes eleng a
bIH which will take elese to en
billiori dollar avt, sf the. pockets
sf the American consumer and
yet you want ts rush it through
.In sne hsar.-, f, j
The hewinas bv now had pass

ed well beyond the noon hour, when

the House goes into session, n

song star at the Latin Quarter.

has. Reggie Banner, en Oklahoma

heir (a what?) doing handsprings.
. ."Trunks a million,",, reads

surprised (and happy) to hear closest friend and

in, your, column why Pat Gasto'n
became Mrs. M. No. 10. If this

had been my first, I would have
felt at th age ef 45 I had be become
come become very gullible. I have been
a patsy for this sort of thing ov

er since the ags ef H,. which you
will recall was my first mar

riege." Signed "T.M." (Whadda

ya mean I'll recall your first mar-1 was 1:30 P.m and Congressman

nagexi. .nipiey Deiivo-it-or-iMor Clarence Brown, ftenuoucan trom

Odditorium on Breeeway is set ts Ohio, had slipped out ior tuncn.
givs its 150,000th customer a U.S. Noting this. Madden told Smith:

Savings' Bond. Figure the lucky x ;?'-

sioht-seer will bo duo sometime f "Now. Mr. Chairman, you're not

Thursday. Mere I am...Idns For going to starve us just Because
bar was ths last tenant of Mike I you want vo rush approval of this

and Liz rr.ew wsstpsrt abode. gas mil. Une rest ox us want some
' -JT f, ? v i-- lunch tM And after that we'll want

' YOU READS THE RELEASES to go over to the floor and take

AND TAKES YOUR CHERCEt part in debating the School Bill."

(Release No. One): Anna Kashfi Committees re not supposed to

and Santa Fe oilman Bili Nathan sit while the House is in session,
are an item...(Release No. Two): so reluctantly Smith bowed. He ad ad-When
When ad-When Anna Kashfi (Mirlon Bran- jour ned the gas hearings until next

do's gsl) finishes her role in Co- dsy.
lumbia'a "Cowboy", she'll return TU.
to India to visit her parents. . ; f UT DOWN THAT GAVEL
(Release No. Three): Marlon ,r '
Brando's girl friend, Josanne Ma- N"1?' .,SlmI
. w ..... XTaimraMi lt Ritti at ri tv eshflill--

nam, is permmg a story on neir pcubu. --.-z
romance. man Smith held his gavel aloft,

mying to rusn ine witness. ;

uiutsi it an aiAiu.i "Hr. cnairman. saia Jim uw

From wUhin a ten "mile rsdiui lney, I1
of a Uttle town known as Borgo- L.
manero in Northern IUly has ? ?S& u.eDimsM
come an entire dynasty of upper 9SPWAA?K,"

class (tinine nlir. Wa Rl Mo. OI MSioeu, ., ii.w-

rZ.7. rTuS.S ih 7 pn,A crat, was tne witness. nas wag wag-EAir?1?
EAir?1? wag-EAir?1? -J-ohn. P?foni w" ed a vieorous. uphill battle to show

a j i co that bis fellow pro-gss congress
Armando, of the famous restau- .;JT.iJ jfn -h. it s

m ,a a i I III ST AA WCIE aBAAll Ll V UUiva. TW aa

rant ot uie same name and tneir i7-.i a,a tnr infl.n,m lv increase

was a little bit for the bill and a

little bit against it?" remarked
Madden after the letter was read.

Everybody laughed.

"We passed this bill' last year'"
continued Madden, "and then the
President vetoed it. A 16t of Com
gressmen were put in a box. Isn't
it going to be awfully embarrass
ing for us if we get in this box a a-gain?
gain? a-gain? Don't you tinnk we ought
to look at this carefully?",''
1 -','
"Flhally Smith 'gave tip What
discouraged him was the statemtnt
from alert young Cbarles Vanik nf

Cleveland; that keveral other xon xon-gressmeu
gressmeu xon-gressmeu wanted to testify. Lat. :
er Vanik came up with a list of
24 congressmen.' i -

Smith is now continuing the nearv

ings. But he is still determined tn

push the gas bill through during
the .closing days of this session

In fact, strategy set to voter

on a Friday when the bis citv rn

gressmen, from New York, Phila.
delphia and Brooklyn are home

President Eisenhower ca va n

his yacht tor economy rea anna.

yet the Pentagon brass continue
to cruise down the Potomac on
the' naval yacht U.S.S. Seounia

Latest example: Pentagon ; press
chief Murray Snyder threw a birth birthday
day birthday party for his children' aboard
the Sequoia. There were a dozen
playmates along en v the- party

cruise. .

-The Naw claims the r-rtiUa

eost only $7.20 in fuel. However,
this doesn't include other ship
board costs including the salaries
of a 24-man crew.J The Pentaarnn

brass also have fixed up three pri- -vate
helicopters ior themselves, e e-ven
ven e-ven more fancy than Ike's hell
copters.-The Pentagon whirlybirds
have been eauicoed with, sound.

proofing, carpeting and plush,

comionaoie cnairs..

All kevi American pities will ha

defended by atomic-headed, missil missiles
es missiles by the end of the year... The A-
S culture department has ssked
ichlgan State Colieee to analvzs

what damage an atomic v power
plant might do to farming if it

snouio accidentauy blow, up. Rea Reason;
son; Reason; ManV Bronosed atom in now.

er plants will be located ia rural



money and working our fool heads off to-i hw cause.

a new lure oa the pikes and mus-

I f III MAi B"m Dinner ta Saa Jaaa
' vV Jill 257.00 ToimisT aaaviCK V
, -; v A .V fflJ TUaAwn lalee...ssif. sperla aait shiafhia... ",
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I 4, 'Owi iRvmW .OLomr antuwa nr rtn AwraiCAi ISfJl

eignoor was th- BriM -f ...

He nowjold dn email ng story
of how the gas lobby had draff,
od the bill, how chelrmew Kuy Kuy-kendall
kendall Kuy-kendall sf the Fewer Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, supposedly tha prstscter sf
ths Fewer Commission, supposed
y the protector -of the public,
had conspired with them. --,
Congressman Joseph OUara, a
Republican from Minnesota, which

needs natural gas, reierrea to s
letter from Eisenhower support supporting
ing supporting the biuVO'Hara is alas for the
bin. - -

Canal Zone Residenti

t .Military Personnel

(Residinr to tha Canal Zone

- or m Panama)

Sene Cavallero, owner of the fa

bulous Colony, catering to" tbe
bluest of the blue bloods in New

York I go there toe.

how This guy gets a-

ROUND (Me I mean): While Ven-

etia Stevenson has been dating
Tony Perkins in Hollywood as
mentioned hers her ex husband,
Russ Tamblin (he's ia "Doat
Go Near the Water") ia datisg
starlet Barbara Perkins (no rel relative);
ative); relative); Is Sophia Lores pleasing

to establish her own radio compa company
ny company with Carlo Ponti?. .Evident

ly she plans ta stay hers. Hurray.

. .Jiye atansiieia wants 10 pisy
Ladr MacbeOt." This I've got to

see. .Vicki Dougaa, ths backless
wonder, ia way out front with Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Loew Jr. but Just where does

mat leave jean MKunsr


WOLVESs There's a pay phone
ia most supper club powder rooms

so whea your date takes locer

tnsa usual, maybe it s rot her
oe that's going to get the vrw-

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full compkehxrsiyk
, automobile
insurance coverage v
Pay 20 down when taking
eat policy-. budget balance
ef payments oyer J months.

V OeflertJ Aiwts for'
' United States
Fidelity k Gvirtnty Co.

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P. it. Box Ses, Panama


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KTTKiA pran AND DIXIE have nothing on these Albrook AFB cub scouts'. Nimble fingers,
InSitv and i MmSt went into this puppet show given by the cubs during a recent meeting
Left to right axe? "IrJy self, Neal Trent" Bobbie Swanna and Mike Hines, all of the Albrook
pack. All" puppets and staging devices were made by the cubs. 1

. farm .Phrases,

5 Rich soil
M1 sheep
12 Garden tool
-13 Essential
14 First female
.farmer,, f--lSRiles
17 Garden i
1 Smug
2 Household
3 Soup
. vegetable
4 Milldams
5 Meadow,
6 Belgian
1 seaport 1
7 Bewildered
8 Untidy
18 Tractor parts,.
19 Toward the .JsJfJT
rising sun 1 J"?".
SI Stitched J .IiI"na Z
23 Oriental coin "S1"""'
oi urA.M 20 Torment s
27 Spreads to dry 2 arm"
7H 1 1 ruin ii f vwtsv
32 Rest
34 Horse's
36 Rasped 1
37 Kitchen tool
38 Hops' kiln
3Soft drink
41 Three (prefix j
42 Middle -(prefix)
44 Impudent
46 Neediest
49 Light vessel
53 Former times
54 fellow'
fM Mohammed'
57 Greek porch
58 Jump s
59Vamish '
ingredient v
60 Brings forth
1 81 Woman's
. ; nickname ;

Cabaret Tax Bill (Chopped In Half
As-Wetvs Dry' Fight Fizzles Out

The House overwhelmingly -j ap
braved a bill- Uoday to cut the
- A J 1 ti.Li.lllkl.illIt
20 per -cent federal nightclubbing
lax m hail aner a.iearea
dry" fight failed to materialize
2. . j At-k. i.:ll J..
fcien'ed-to block- liquor distillers
It, also passea anouier uiu uc
knd. tobacco dealers from receiv-
tng more thn billion collars in
possible tax "wind falls:" v
Both bills were passed bjr voice
Vott. They now go to the Senate
Where- -chances for v action this
iear -are slight because of the
logjam of legislation ; stacked up
behind the" civil rights, bill.
The-Senate Finance Committee,
tneanwhile, approved legislation
to require a drssU? Curtailment
of the. rapid tax 'write-offs-authorized
- early in the Korean
War- 'for ; essential industrial
plants. -.:.';
I The measured "sponsored by
Eommittee Chairman Hary T.
yrd (D-Va), would permit the
(rivilege only on facihUes built
or -production or development 'of
new weapons for the Defense De Department
partment Department or the Atomic Energy
CommUkn.The program .would
end Dec., 31, 1959, even for thee
Byrd said the plan had resulted
n "abuse. an4 .exploiUUo".'' ; v
' Tbe House cabaret Ur bill
Would reduce to 10 per 'cent the
breseni 20 per. cent tax on food
nd.. drinx tousumed 4n botel
dining rooms and other aight
tpots providing entertainment r
bv" music. A ; :;"
The tar was raised .from S to 20
per rent ill wartime 144 and has
Remained there ever since. The
troonds it would cost the govern govern-Kent
Kent govern-Kent 21 milbon dollars a year in
revenues. t
Supporters bad feared that pro pro-fcibitiosists
fcibitiosists pro-fcibitiosists and ,dry slate con congressmen
gressmen congressmen might muster enough
Opposition to block the measure.
But the "wet's vs dry" issue did
trot come op.
A hsadful of opponents protest-
Cholera In India
Claims 1500 Lives
I NTW-Drain.' Aug. (UP)
Fifteen bandered ptrsons died of
cholera last tromh during an epi epidemic
demic epidemic in the districts of Chagal-
mr Cava aari MoBfhvr in B.hir
State, th government announced
loaay. i am p t an i e swejn
through 177 ulaes.. r

Answer to Previous-' Puzzle

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24 Therefore
25 Antitoxins
26 Irregular
28 English
30 River in
: Germany
40 Choice
43 Meaning 1
45 Furniture'
48 Ring
47 Jar
48 Bristle
SO Christmas
31 Persian fairy
51 Spoken
33 Water animal 52 Glimpse
35 Greek official 55 Aeriform fuel

i p p H : I J5 L H U I H Bo Li
rTTTr"""" t jt
r rp p r t-r p sr
T 3T "" T ; ST T T

jed -that other taxes should
reduced before giving relief
nightclub patrons
D 1 1 0KAM A
But a score of supporters ar-
rfiln1 that KalAt '.' tttV W
curtailing employment of musi-
! cians and entertainers and that
the 20 per cent ; levy was
Lightning Kills
Woman Without
Touching Her
ITALY, iAug.; (UPjl-Lfghtning
Crema,27f here jerterday without
luucmng ner. n. doii sirucx a iree
near her home.-It lightened "her
andhe lost her balance and fell
to her death down a flight of
' l f i i
HEY. MARTYS-E t t-nin.
nin. t-nin. sur t award-winning
Martr." .loia pretty happy
about his page-boy bob. Actu Actually,
ally, Actually, the Us locks are lor lus
latest movie role. that, of a
(brutal war lord n "'e
'tr.u.- -,hirh will be filmed
Nn4ar. Hell also wear aj

I ;hrUUiiig beard.

Water Wall Surges
Through Las Vegas

After 3 Dams Burst
LAS VEGAS. NM.v; Aug. k (UP)
Three earthen dams ; on the
upper Galhiias Kiver burst yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, sending a wall of water surg surging
ing surging through Las Vegas, and nearby
At least one person was report reported
ed reported drowned at Sapello, N.M., and
an estimated 35 to 40 families in
Lourdes, N.M., were forced to flee
their homes. v
The water put this city's sewage
system out ot action, causing, a
threat to health,
" Nw raina tnriav wr rpnnrtpit
in tne .sanrp dp Chnstn Mnnn.
tains, and it was feared new flood
threats might develop.
Gov.' Edwin L; MSchem' mWeA
out th Natinnnl Huorrl t,. tin A
watch over evacuated home and
assist in removing threatened
families to higher ground.
. VEsthnates nf ria macro irah i,n
i$,oe.--Most;df the water foiled
over ;ow jying trmiana,
The" Gallinas, rmally a placid
tncKie, was from 20 to 100 feet
wide below the dams.' ,..
The floods wpro .oiicoil fiff
heavy rains which started in the
mountains S u n d a y- afternoon.
Officials, said up to 2,75 inches
fell between seven and. 11 n m
- jr
11' p tn. ,, ; .. ;. : r
Evacuation at LoiirtW was nr.
derlv. Water was turn taot Ann
in houses there and. up to a foot
deep in some houses here.
Mikoyan Seen Ids j
Bulgy's Successor ;
LOfJDp. Aug. (UP ) Soviet
affairs experts said todav that
First Deputy Soviet. Premier An-
astas Mikoyan. a shrewd Armenl
an trade exoert who want better
relations with. the West," is rfeihgJ
rapicuy in tfie iu-emiin hierarchy
ana. may mnerit the- post of.
Premier Nikolai A. fiulganin.
Thete are mounting indications
that the 62-year-oM Bulganin. a
courtly Russian of the old Bolshe Bolshevik
vik Bolshevik school, is fast slipping in the
estimation of Soviet, party chief
Nikita S. Khrushchev. Specialists
in Soviet affairs said Mikoyan
appeared to have the inside track
for the premiership.
Thu opinion was tempered,
however, by the belief that De Defense
fense Defense Minister i e or g 1 Zhukov
would have to approve of. any
such chanee. Zhukov. leader -of
the. Red army, is regarded as the
real power behind the throne now
held by Khrushchev.
Promotion for Mikovan is re-
garded as a logical payoff for Bis
unswerving support of Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev in the power struggle that
ended last, month with the ouster
of Vyacheslav Molotov, Georgi
uaiensov ana Lazar Kaganovkh.
Mikoyan, a 62-year-old one time
Student of theolomr whn mArmtA
the godless theory of communism,
now controls Russia's 100 billion
dollar trade organization. He has
urged "more trade with the West
Diplomats read much into the
fact that be war with Khrushchev
during the party chief's confer conference
ence conference with President Tito of Yvgo-
oiavia is Romania last week.
Bulganin did not attend.
It also was announced that
Mikoyan would accompany
Khrushchev to East Germany on
a state visit while Bulgama, who
was originally invited by the East
Germans, will stay home. :
Aithevgh a Soviet Embassy offi
cial in Berlin today discounted
reports that B u 1 g a i was
dropped from the Soviet delega
tion wrucD will visit East Ger Germany
many Germany because be is oa his way
eut, it remained -a fact that
Uikovasj has been emerging as
the "brain" behind Khrushchev's
efforts to weld the satellites into
a fir at tccnonuc unio with
Euan a. .-. . .

f, i s- SOUTH
, vakqitX
' No one vulnerable
Kerih Eaat .'Stk Wert
Pass Pass 4 y pass
Pass Pass, S
a Opening lead J

-West opened the deuce of
clubs against' the four-heart
contract.,Dummy played low and
East won the trick with the
king. South played the six of
clubs. ''.
; "If East had shifted to a trump
South would : probably have
wrapped up the contract. He
would have runoff seven trump
tricks and East and West might
easily have gone wrong In their
discarding, s s w
East happened to he too smart
for that. He shot the club right
back. South had to win with his
queen, but now when he ran the
seven trump tricks East and
West had no trouble with their
discards. East dropped his low
club at his first chance where
upon West. was able to throw his
two clubs away also. Eventually
South lost two diamonds and a
spade in addition to the club
that be1 lost at trick one,
South had really chucked the
contract at trickr one. He should
have played the queen of clubs
under the king, but South was
one of those players who never
likes to waste a high card. His
queen of clubs was a sure trick
and South was going to make
that trick with it.
If South had dropped that
queen of clubs East would not
have been able to return the suit
successfully, That would auto
matically make dummy's ace,
and ten good tricks.
East might have returned
something else but no lead
would help. At some stage In the
play South would lead a club
and finesse dummy's ten. This
would risk a two-trick loss but
South would be willing to take
this chance in an'effort to bring
home his contract.
Mate Gels Gale As
Platypus Tires
Of Loving Tactics
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 (UP)
Penelope, the platypusS, appar
ently ha given her' mate the
gate. "' v -.
Embarrassed officials of the
Bronx Zoo admitted that the duck
billedcross between, a bird and a
mammal is missing, v ,
They said that Penelope appar
ently became weary of romantic
interludes with her overly affec affectionate
tionate affectionate mate, CecO. She simply
burrowed her way out of the zoo's
plush platypussary and took it on
the lam, per keeper -said.
Penelooe was last seen In the
platypussary July 26. She was de
clared officially missing Aug. 1.
Zoo officials finally made the
mystery public today; largely in
the hope that they will be in informed
formed informed if any Bronx resident
sees an unlikely looking creature.
Three days later. Cecil was seen
sneaking through the wooden, bar
rier separating his half of the
platypussary fro m : Penelope's
half. Tuesday morning, keeper
Joseph Russ picked Cecil up and
returned him to his bachelor
quarters. I
A routine search of Penelope s
apartment disclosed no trace of
her, but Russ thought she prob probably
ably probably was merely biding out from
Cecil, whose love making tactics
consisted of seizing her by the
tail and dragging her around in
circles in the water.
' PlafvmieMc tiv nnl varv afffla
at traveling on dry land. Aut in
Australia they nave beea known
to make their way considerable
distances to water.
Penelope's keeper thinks perhaps
she headed for a stream or pond
in the zoo, or perhaps to the
Bronx River, which flows through
the zoo. An emergency missing
platypus bureau was set up at the
zoo and guards searched for Pe Penelope
nelope Penelope around the clock.
Acids-Gases in the v
'Stomach produce .
k Upsets and Pains
' Here's she way te fight the
. ailment r ',- :
. A tars Bumtxr af (tamadi dtaorden
ar ouaed by aa eca ( hydrochlo hydrochloric
ric hydrochloric acid In the atonadi. Tha delicate
tcmbranoi of the tomsefe ar lrrilat lrrilat-d.
d. lrrilat-d. auparaeidtty and patiW act in and
taad aoian aaally. cauaine diaafraaabM?
fynptom, as well known t taoa who
hav atomach trouble.
What is reaoircd tn Omm eaaa la to
find th arlpo of In ailmorrt and W
tt la auparacidity, bay Mootnenl In iry
druaMarc dxaalrfnt on toupoonftri b-
hmd fum of water.- Ttils etr)lw
tn (! acidity and yon art relievei!
of both Intutioof and pain. UaiV
eow vary little Thouauida wb oat r
daily now tioy attm at tb table tr
oat witnoot toar of diaordon.

C.W.6. MORRIS S; ROBERTS (second from-left), Institutional representative of the Albrook
v AFB cub scouts, receives the pack charter tor ; 1857 .from: F. R. Johnson, of the executive
council, Canal Zone Boy Scouts of America. 'Observing the presentation are: Maj. Albert A.
Tisone, cub master (left),. and Lt. Col. Claude a. Babb,. committee chairman for Albrook's
CUb SCOUtS. i ,-s- ,V'..-.xJ ;t '..'' 'wT '.;','.:

Project Paydirt Off

Army Signal Section Leads The Pack

"Project Paydirt"' jumped off to
big start for. the month of Ju
ly, the first month of the opera
tion. A grand total of 339 sugges suggestions
tions suggestions was submitted during, the
month, an increase of 68 per cent
over any month in the history of
the suggestion program,
The highest number received prt
or to the start of Project Paydirt
was in May, 1956, when a total of
202 military and clviuan sugges
tioss was received.
The Department of the Army
goal for Project 'Paydirt is to bet
ter, the 1956 ,eaienaar year para
cipation rates. ;
To data,' the U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Signal Section leads the
field In this respect. Signal sub submitted
mitted submitted a total of 79 civilian sug suggestions
gestions suggestions during calendar year
'5. The total todate in 1957 is
85. Signal submitted 57 civilian
and 19 military suggestions dur during
ing during the month of July.
A large number of these con-
GOES DRYEsther WiUiams,
has dried off to disprove th
notion she's only a star in
swimming pool. She's with Jeff
Chandler in her next film.
"Raw Wind in Eden," In which
she plays a high-living fashion
model. She does get. to, swim
Ltwicejn.tbe film. j
ft-ITTLp 1,1X3
It's a shorn so morty people 1
hove te fight o bottle of wits
procticQlly unoroned. ;
' for direct
- shipment
Via Espn Kev 1 Tel. HU1

To Good Start;

cem ways and means to improve
communications, television and el
trosic equipment.
Although all suggestions are not
completely processed, reports from
the Signal Section indicate that
many of these ideas are to be
placed into effect.
Other organizations have also re reported
ported reported a marked improvement in
the quality of .suggestions receiv
The U.S". Army Caribbean Engi
neer Section, with the largest num number
ber number of civilian employes, doesn't
nave far to go to exceed its 56
participation rate. This year Engi Engineer
neer Engineer employes have summitted 308
suggestions. Last year 403 sugges suggestions
tions suggestions were submitted.
The USARCARIB Ordnance Sec Section,
tion, Section, has less than 100 suggestions
to go to break last year's record
of 214.
In 1956, USARCARIB (Panama
Area) had a participation rate of
31.1 per cent, the highest of all
Army commands.


(PA-d) Grace .Llnevw-
nounced today the opening in
Montreal, Canada, of an office
for-general freight and passen passenger
ger passenger business. This is the Line's
second orilce in canaaa; ear earlier.
lier. earlier. In June of this year,, a
branch, was opened In1 Toronto.
Heading tne new ornce, wnicn
is. located at 455 Craig Street,
West, with the title of District
Manager, is Thomas J.' Martin.
Mr. Martin, a native of
Scranton, Pennsylvania, dates
his -career in the shipping In Industry
dustry Industry to 1935 when He joined
the firm of Albert E. Bowen,
foreign freight forwarders and
steamship agents In New York
After extensive war service
with the U. S. Armv in the
Burma-India Theatre during
which he rose from Private to
Captain, Mr. Martin became as associated
sociated associated with the International,
Commercial Corporation, an export-import
house in New York
City, as traffic manager.

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Ike May Postpone
Newport Vacation
Until Adjournment

President Eisenhower probably
will delay the start of his New
port, R.I., vacation until Congress
adjourns, White House Press Sec Secretary
retary Secretary James C. Hagerty said
Last week when the House was
considering a recess, Hagerty
said the President might leave for
Newport when the recess started,
Later the Senate moved faster
than expected on the civil rights
debate and House leaders decided
to stay' in session until the Senate
completed its work.
As a result, the President de decided
cided decided to stay in town until Con.
gress adjourns. Estimates of ad'
journment time vary from Aug. 15
to tne last of this month.
Hagerty said the President
might have a better idea- of his
vacation plans after he confers
today witn jtepuDUcan eongres
sional leaders.
' He left this position In 1949
to Jpin the International
Freighting Corporation as Ca
nadian representa live wnn
headquarters in Montreal. Mr.
Martin was in charge or ine
comnany's activities in Eastern
Canada, handling the opera
tions of its vessels carrying car
goes between Canada and South
America, Africa and the Far
East as well as all matters In Involving
volving Involving freight from solicitation
to delivery, of cargoes; He re remained
mained remained In that capacity until
assuming his present position
with -Grace Line in Marchi of
this year,
Mr.' Martin, well known In
both Canadian and American
shipping circles, resides at 2151
Lincoln Avenue, Montreal, and
Is a member of the Montreal
Amateur Athletic Club, the
Mount Stephen Club, the Sum-
merlea Golf and Country Club
and the Rosemere Golf Club of


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Delegates to the Pan American Highway Conference will f W
' dinner at the Hotel El Panama tonight at 9 o'clock ,ln hono.
of the President of the Republic of Panama Ernesto de la Guar
dia Jr.

I Chinese Ambasador
Gives Reception
I Invitations have been jssued to
a reception, which will oe given
i by the Ambassador of the Repub-

t UC Vk V,1111, .at '"""
tuah, on Thursday from 7 p.m.
until 8 p.m.
-'The reception will be in honor
of the Minister of Foreign Rela-
C 1 .tions Aquilino Boyd, who will re re-that
that re-that time from Ambasador Chan
' Huan-shen, Chief of the Chinese
Goodwill Mission.
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National Theatre
, Next Production
J The National Theatre will pre pre-,
, pre-, gent "Edipus Res," a Sofoclesj
fiale Drama on Sunday eve

ning, The play will be performed

jji spamsn. curiam ume
AriCLoagu Shew
, At "Cristobal
7 U Success
The Atlantic Branch of tha Ca
nal!2on Art League formally c-

Jews May Disappear
As Minority Group
In Soviet Union

, LONDON. Aug. (UP) A

Veiled form of anti-Semitism has
crept into Russia's officialdom
threatening the disappearance

of Jews as a separate group in
trie soviet, a survey of Moscow's
current minority trends showed
- In an analysis of post-Stalin
cultural trends the survey Is Issued
sued Issued by the congress for cultural
freedom pointed to a delpxz delpxz-Vate
Vate delpxz-Vate policy In the Russia of to to-.
. to-. day to eliminate Jews from Im Important
portant Important positions In her politi political
cal political and economic life.
"Surrounded by hOBtile pop population,
ulation, population, handicapped lrr its-o-lar
and economic fllfe,ano7 are
Tio longer permitted religious arid
cultural outlets, the Jews of the
floviet Union are under pressure
o disappear as a separate!
.group," .the analysis stated.

pened its Second Annual Exhibit
at the Red Cross Building in Cris
tubal on Monday evening, with k

reception for members and their
guests. Mrs. Eleanor Blenserhss Blenserhss-set,
set, Blenserhss-set, president of the Atlantic
Branch, and Mrs. Frances "Green "Greening,
ing, "Greening, Art Exhibit Chairman, l were
in the receiving line to gree vis visitors
itors visitors W opening night among
whom were:
American Consul, Robert W.
Weise, Jr., and Mr. George M.

Smith, Manager of the Panama

Railroad, and Mrs. bmitn.
The art showing, which was ori

ginally scheduled to run through

Aug. 4 has been extended through

Aug. 7, by popular requests The

Exhibit Room of the Red Cross

Building is being held open conti

nuously from 1:00 p.m. through

9:00 p.m. dally to afford every

one an opportunity to view the
largest showing this Group of
well-known local artists has ever
displayed. There are a total of

90 exhibits including oils, water

colors, black and whites, sculptur

ing, ceramics, wood carvings, sil silver
ver silver smithing, and copper tooling.
Many of. the oils -and water co colors
lors colors depic familiar Canal Zone

and Panama panorama such as

Taboga Islnd, Puerto Pilon, Fort
Sn Lorenzo, Panama Canal Yacht

Club, Gatuu and Colon.

Mr. And Mrs. Bierman
Give Cocktail Party
Per Highway Group
Mr. and Mrs. Mulvin Bierman
gave a cocktail party for mem

bers of the Tan American High High-Way
Way High-Way Congress at Ft. Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Open Idecs last night.
Out-of-town quetts of honor were
Mr. E. G. Curtis Commissioner ol
Public Roads from Washington p.
C, Mr. i.laso.i Lockwood of Hous

ton, Texan president of ASCB
Mr. William uuwt from Olym

pia, Washington, president of AA
S110, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Marsh

from Washington P.C., Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin .lames from Chevy
Chase, Md.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert

Brooks from St. Louise, Mo., Col

and Mrs. Enoch Needles from

Summit, New Jersey from Sum

mit. New Jersey. Mr. E. W. Wet

zel from Ne V Yoik City, Mr. Carl

Richardsfrom Detroit. Mich- and

Mr. William Elliot U from Was

ington, D.C

Gov. Wiiliarii E. Potter headed

the list of local guests which in

eluded Lt. Gov. Hugh Arnold, Col.

I. D. Brown. Mrvand Mrs. E.

1. Browder, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
1. Cooke, iilr. and Mrs. Frank
.erchen, Mr. md Mrs. Roy Reece,
.Ir. and Mrs. Paul Rennestrand,
.drand Mrs., J. Bartley, Smith,

Mr. and Mrs. M. r. Millard. Mr.

and Mrs. C. F. iBiai'dl, Mr. and

ilrs. L. B. Sartain, Mr. and Mrs

Anthony Mann, Mr., and Mrs.

Wells D. Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Laatz, Mi. and Mrs. E.. B.
Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Hoops, Mr. ana Mrs. D. A. Yerkes.

Mr. and Mrs. Ailcii Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs- Rufus Hardy, Mr. and
Mrs. M. S. Slotkin. Mr. and Mrs.

M. M. Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Har

old Feeney, Mrs. Pat Doyle. Mrs.

enzaoem srown capt. ana Mrs.
George Higgins, Capt. and Mrs.
Henry Gerecke, Mr. R. D. Quin Quin-tero,'Mr.
tero,'Mr. Quin-tero,'Mr. Tomai. Duque and Capt.

ana mil a. uaraeu.

Mr. And Mrs. Mit
Arrive To Visit
Mr. And Mrs. Jorginson i

Mr. and Mrs Robert Magie will

arrive irom ai.. reiersourg, tit.

on Saturday to spend two weeks
with Mrs. Magies parents Mr.
and Mrs. J Jorgeson of .Balboa
Heights. ;
Mr. Magic' is vice president and
general manager it Senica Loan
and Finance Company, of St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. Mrs. SHiiley Magie was secre

tary to Mission Coordinator at Al-

brook AFB before her marriage
in '52.
Tixan Couple
Here te Visit
Daughter and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ian Nelson will
arrive from Be If on, Texas this
week for a visit with their son-in-law
ani. daughter CWO and
Mrs. William O. Harris bf Ft.
They will stay three weeks dur during
ing during which time they plan to spend

a great deal of time with their
grandchildren, the three Harris

1 1


U.S. Ccivpy LcuYi.i3

Berlin IMfcd-Rcds

Ask For Gl's IDs

JUNIOR ARTS AND CRAFTS (Sdrne of the members bf the
Curundu Arts and Crafts sroup re shown at work Under the
direction ot ?Mrs. Loreri KRood and- Mrs. John Boysha the
children have completed many Interesting projects. Some of
1 thefr work: will be exhibited In Curundu.

Be Glad She Seeks
Some Romance

MEMO la men

When a woma.. savs. 'How do

you like my new hat" she doesn't

necessarily want a frank oDinion

She wants to hear she looks beau

tiful in .her new bonnet. So if you

ner sne uues. j

When a woman complains, We
haven't been anywhere in ages,"
she isn't retting up a question for

aeoate. Jjon t remind her that you
took her out to dinner only last

week. 'Figure she has cabin fever

and needs to get out. In the name
of family peace and feminine sani

ty, take her. somewhere.



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lack notice for Inclusiae in tkb
ctlumn theuM submitted in
tyee-writtan form and mailed n
tka bx number Hated! daily in) $-'
ial and Otharwite," ar delivered
by band fa tha office. Notices at
meetings cennet be accaatad by
Ft. Clayton
NCO Wives -.
Ft. Clayton NfCO Wives will hold
a business meeting tonight at 7:30
at the NCO Open Mess.
Monthly coffee call will be held

on the-second Wednesday of each

month. Non-members and newcom

ers are inyiteu to all functions.

Post 40 VFW
WMI Meet
Next Tuesday .
Post 40 Veterans of Foreign

Wars will meet at the Cocoli Post
Home 3833 Tuesday Aug. 13 at

7:30 p.m.


Atlantic Chapter

Order Of Oemolay
There will be a meeting of At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Chapter, Order of DeMolay,
at Sojourner's Lodge in Oistobal,
Canal Zone tonight at 7:00.
All members present on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus are urged to attend as some
very important items of, interest
to each individual are scheduled
for the business session. All vis

iting DeMolays are invited,

Funeral Services

For Joseph Goffe

Set For Thursday

Joseph Goffe, 58, '.t long time
resident of Panama City, died ear early
ly early thi morning at Santo Tom as
Hospital following r brief illness.
He was stricken suddenly yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon while at work for
Morgan Florist in Corozal.
Mr. Goffe resided at No. 29

(Magnolia Building) Mariano A A-rosemena
rosemena A-rosemena Street. He was a native
of Jamaica and came to the Isth

mus in the mid-twenties.
He once owned and operated a
taxicab and also chauffered for
the Chase National Bank. He
worked for the Navy during World
War II and was a long time horse
owner and trainer. He was a foun foundation
dation foundation member of the Horse Own Owners
ers Owners Association.
Mr.' Goffe is survived by his
wife, Ida'.
Funeral services will, be held
tomorrow at the Santo Tonus
Hospital's Chapei and interment
will follow at the Pueblo Nuevo

When your wife, who has been
shoving furniture around air oay,
asks you how you like the living
room, tell her it looks great If you
want your favorite chair back in

its old spot, wait a day or two

ana men say so,. Jt won't be frus frustrating
trating frustrating to her then to find out shl
has wasted her effort. But it will
be when she is-still weary from
shoving furniture and, keyed up
with the excitement of making the
old room look "different."
WHEN your wife confides dia

she can L make Junior mind, she

isn t asking tor a jecture
gins with, "Well, what do you ex

pect after the way you've spoiled

mat Kid?"
Give her ah understanding pat,
square your shoulders like a man
and an old-fashioned father and
say, "What is it ou want Junior
to do?" Then lay down the law
to Junior.

.. i -:
When your wife interrupts" your
reading of the evening paper don't
give her a moment's annoyed at

tention and go back to your read read-ig.
ig. read-ig. Put the paper aside until later
and give her what she is asking
for a little of your undivided at


BERLIN. Aue. (UP) -Soviet

border guards today turned back

a U. S. Army truck convoy carry

ing 82 soldiers from isolated Ber-li

i: 1- 1ir--A si .. v.. r

u iu wesi uermany. :v y

l ice Army promptly protestea.
' It was the third time aince last

December that the Soviets have DURING iti World's Pair In 1904

interfered with American traffic St. Louis had its worst heat wave.

between Berlin and West Ger- Hot tea 'was not exsctly the fair
many in border crackdowns rem- goer's dish of '-tea. :U. ,uO:-:'??....

miscent of the 1948 Berlin block.- Richard tfteeiynden, an ? Ehglish
de. s tea exhibitor, out of desoeration.

Am American spokesman in Ber- added ice to a atroneer-than-uaua!

lm said the guards at the Babels- brew of tea. At that moment iced
bur checkpoint, just outside West tea was born and his Tea House
Berlin on the 110-mile highway became one of the most popular

teauing io west uermany, halted meeting places at me lair. Today,

me to irucxs ana leeps in me Americans unnx over iu Dimon

convoy with a demand that everv glasses of iced tea during the sum

soldier aboard the vehicles show luer months,

his identity card. Quick and Easy Iced Tea: Pre-

iThe convoy commander checked measure 1-3 cup loose tea (or 15

with the Berlin commandant. Brig "gs. unng i quart of freshly
Gen. George T. Duncan. He or- drawn, cold water to a full rolling

dered the convoy not to submit P0" w acspan. Remove from
to the Soviet demand because It ?le?' i."nd while the. water is still

Tea Is Favorite
During Summer

NIA reed and Markets Editor

was "irregular, arbitrary and ir

tespunsiDie. ?

Ihe Russian border outrA r.

fused td back down. The convoy

waited at the checknoint foi n

hour and ,50' minutes, then it
turned around and" went back to
West Berlin.

Col. John P.. Connnr nt Palham

Manor, N. V..' the Berlin -rnm.

mand chief of staff, went to So Soviet
viet Soviet headquarters in East' Berlin
and lodged a Verbal protest, v
The f Soviets have interferred
with similar convoys in the past,
but never before have demanded
that each soldier show his identity
...J ...4.1-1. 1 r

vm trauuimj nis pnoiograpn.
The- demand was considered In Interference
terference Interference with the. West's lif.

oubbUng, add t.a the tea .at one
time. Stir. Brew 5 minutes, un uncovered.
covered. uncovered. Stir and strain into a
pitcher holding an additional quart
of cold water. (Do not refrigerate).
Serve in Icefilled glasses, plain or

wnn sugar ana lemon

cooler with historical overtones

dtb wenfiAVaaT j ajs, aaaiAiUlV
of Bordeaux red wint with spiced
J..- .. . .. 1..,,".

; orange sangaree: comoine l eup
cracked Ice, 4 cups red Bordeaux
wine, a pinch of cinnamon, l or
ange cut in slices (not- peeled),
Vb cucumber s;iced thick, 2 table
spoons granulated sugar. Stir welL
Add 2 cups sparkling water and
serve. .- .
Strawberry Sang are1 -' V"

For each glass combine 1-4 cup
strawberry ju'ce, 2 tablespoon
granulated sugar, 1 teaspoon If
mon juice and Va cup red Bordeaux
wine. Mix well., Chill. Fill glass
with sparkling water.
Tomorrow's Dinner: Beef and:
veal loaf,.mushroom gravy, whip whipped
ped whipped potatoes, sorn-on-cob, fresk
green beans, enriched bread, but;
ter or margarine, rhubarb tnA

strawberry sauce, chocolate cake.

Srngaree 1 is another American' coffee, Iced tea or Sangaree, milk?:

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A MONTH ea. to set Kv no

in i time for school, her mother

last SanA nJeK tC0nvoy,s rr-brUm crayons, comics
ttTZ!t3llAl nd puzzles bured him. He began

dnum ni w luss. He, raused more orange
mined to n.. CnVOyS werft iice. Then he flatly refused some


advance party of the iad Batalion
6th Infantry Reeiment ivhink t.

stationed in Berlin: The unit t

chest rubbing.


His mother went to Kay's room,
got her radio and plugged it into

me outlet nesuie Steve s bed. Then

If your wife complains that you

take her for granted, don't decide

she is an unreasonable woman or

that there's no pleasing -her. Be

glad you are married to a woman

wno is enojgn oi a woman to want

a little romance in her life.

Requiem Mass
A requiem mass for the late
Miss Ottie Hill will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 6 n.m. at the St. Paul
Church in Panama City. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend.

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scheduled to go to West Germany while he happily tuned In and out
lor. maneavers..; of Nsoao "opera, she rubbed his

chest with camphorated oil.
The radio was Marine hill-billv

I music when Kay got home; Drop4
ping her books, she cried. "Whats

tnat? ns i mat my radio?" Then,

pusning pasi. ner motner on me
stairs, she rushed to S t e v e's

room., '; i

$174 Million Cost

Defended By Ike

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freah v(etablca ore blended toe)
tkia faaaona alrink. YouH Imm Ha

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twaa. At meakimo-.
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Nestle milk chocolate bars

SHE wfs'pulling the radio's plug

trnm ire mnntrmr urhn na tnntiiA

i-isennower told Con- giru x ever knew, you're the worst!
gress today hi Middle East doc- Go on; take it.. Take it away from
tnne had cost 174 million dollars your ,sielr lHde brother, you mean
since it went into effect in March sister, you-" I t s
and had plnyed a "major role" v This indignation which sounded

in neiping nations in the area so moral wasn't moral at all. In

craD oommunism. t ;, the eyes -M Kay' mother, the ra

He said the so-called "Eisen. dio ws not Kay' possession, but
hower Doctrine" had served as hers. It belonged to her the per-

M ui.uuoioRouirj wrmug 10 in- uh wiiy uu paia ior 11.
ternational rommuniim acralner It w vmindt niii' lni:Yn4tMt

all forms of aggression,". when a child refuses to shir hii

Eisenhower included the state- things with a brother or sister,
ments in his first report to Con- well find, that it stems from or

Kicss oil inc execution or thai secret rnnvii'iinn tnot hi thin

jviui. miume cast, resolution, ne I are ours, not nis.

cuverea me wonc done under the

doctrine from the time it was IF you. don't believe me, con con-passed
passed con-passed by Congress on March 9 aider your feelings when Uncle Bill
until June 0. ., r ... refuses to let Steve play with Jiis
Und.if the liberalized aid pro- watch. You're not especially out out-gram
gram out-gram established bv the resolution raesrd. are vou? TW. ha0ii

jiisennower saia. special -Ambas- you ve acknowledged Unele Bill's

saaor jaines r. mcnards made ngni to dispose of the property he
grants totaling $52,900,000 andlpaid for as he wishes. He doesn't

wans oi is muiion dollars tori smite yqu as "selfish" at all.
economic development. Richards Unending troubles are caused by

in military aid, ; ershio in children's oosxeaainm

Using tb 3 resolution's special When the child refuses to share
authority, the International Coop- they Remain unaware that It's their

erauun fluininisirauon extenaea own cnauengrj sense of posses posses-$55,100,000
$55,100,000 posses-$55,100,000 in economic aid. In ad- sion that makes them so indignant

ttt k! c a.'M M;iliH. J .11 .

rhe"o"peV.tion U tom

gency Force in the Sue. Canal TontriiuUon of the resolu

"Th. i,it i. .,.- mteruauonai


it relates

senhower said in the reoort.

"Since it approval on March 9,

laar. tne resolution na played a.
major' role in our cooperation
with natiois of the area to. build

strength against the threat of in
terpational communism." '

The' resolution, the President

added, '.'has served as aa unmis

takable warning to international

But they have to justify their
anger somehow. They do it ? by
making it appear very moral and
superior. Vcngefully they accuse
Kay of the very selfishness; of
which themselves are guilty..
U.S., Iron Curtain
Barter Bill Passes;

Poland Will Benefit

c resolution Is an important ySJS, Kvh, Pa"
tone In our foreign policy as Snffi I,dcU? E,st W!U
.tes to the Middle East 'Ei- 1 JJ0" "!


purposes ard, principles

forth are maintained."


The Senate has passed and

sent to trie wmte House a
measure to allow, the United
Stales to. barter American farm

surpluses to iron curtain,, coun countries
tries countries for strategic materials.
The measure would authorize

the United States to trade -with

all. Communist countries except

Russia, Communist China .and

countries controlled by Red

China.,, '.,'

The move, requested bv the

administration, came when the

Senate passed by voice vole a

$1,300,000,000 bin tb revive and'

extend for another, year- the

farm surplus disposal program.
The nrotram lapsed- ;nr June

30.' u jo :v:-

Under the measure, the Agri

culture Department- could aell

an' additional one billion dol

lar worth of American farm
surpluses in exchange for for foreign
eign foreign currencies. It tlso could-v
give an additional- 300 million
dollars wort hof surpluses to
needy persons abroad. i.
Once the President sign the

bill into law, the government
. . M. .1 . i

cau complete a munon ooir
lar agreement to provide Com Communist
munist Communist Poland with .loans and,
to sell Poland farm surpluses
In return for Polish eurrency.-'
Poland qualifies because the
State Department has ruled
that it 1 friendly to the Unit

ed State. The idea is to en

courage Poland to .remain as
independent of Moscow aa nos-

sible.-? j

The -United States nlsna to

aell Poland 4 million dollar

worth of surplus American

wheat and cotton for Polish

currency in the second Dhast

of the 95 million dollar rjroJ

gram Atrlculture Department
officials have said. ,4

The deDartment aald it has

no Immediate plans foe barter
deals with Iron. Curtain coun countries.
tries. countries. However. it said euch
deals may develop, at any time.


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at and

Jamboree Hum Soee
At 'American Leoion
The Jamboree for the Harnett
and Dunn .students was held last
Friday night at toe American Le
gion UluD at 0rt snmaoor, mere
were 150 parents and guests pres present
ent present to watcv the "youngsters" go
thrntifh their naces. They did ma
nw contrascina dances, from the
lhv1v and graceful La Varsouvian.
n to the more boistrou and vig
orous .rocK 'Jl TOU, i -V-V'; 'fj.V
. Three i couple representing du du-fMfinr
fMfinr du-fMfinr ie erouns from the Har-
nut and Dnnn studio furnished the
entertainment for the evening. Lit
tle Valerie Spencer ana loramj
Starkenburg tne. team that repre repre-amtt
amtt repre-amtt ";:tut tire-teens scored a big
hit doing the Jitterbug and Bop.
K.vf im Janice Snencer 1 and
(Buttons Starkenburg the junior
teanr tloing : Me nop ann me roc.
and iron mm ;iin. ineir numuei
Hrr a-ffaiind of annlause! for the
perfect vtiming; tnd talance which
Renfesentin the Senior, teens was
MVrlon- Bradhw qnr Joe Reynolds
Who also did the Rock and Roll
with, msnv ditficult flip and lifts
These three couples will be seen
wmO,. XV. Witty, Harnett ana
JUra. Plowman ana ner son rer-
cration i Distaff,
Vdufd Have Saved
rtornr t,h east five years. If
disaster a wuv "v ------
iiia.ndg of lives .would
hire been saved because of Op Operation
eration Operation Distaff, which celebrates
Its fifth n n y rsary this
TrSattonlstaffis the short
nam for the Panama Area Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Disaster Control Dis Distaff
taff Distaff organizations rolunteer
rnrniu nt militarv wives who for
th past live years
witintinglyof their ItoTf or ttoe
primary purpose of saving lives
in times of major wvnclfa.
In ceieoration 01 weir
annivurmirv. tne Fanama Are
A,.t vnrrti Distaff Executive
Counils the senior council r r-taniiations
taniiations r-taniiations In the Distaff pro-
B-ram are holdine a combmea
...Mn -! at rnrt Gulick on
Thursday.,' -J ;' ;
lUDut 1 mrm.
Mh.itniM for 1ft a.m. at the
fort Oullck Officers Club, the
anniversary program to include
Inauguration or mm. moi
Harrom, w 01 in vuhuuij
tag General of TJ- Army carlb
iVi nTvmldina chair
Wan ;f tht DisUff Ibtecutive
Couneuf. Mrs. narrom iuw
Mrs. lultf V.- Hlghtowr, .wife of
th Chief of Staff of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Commandi who hats nem
the chairmanship sinct iMt
' Th Ttofram' irwlll ? featur
ktyhote address by Lt. CoL Rob-
-I W umuni Axaiatant Com-
riandant vpf; .ARCARIB
ci.knni t. jprr. Aulick. on ) the
"Historical Wtmples, of DlsUtt
Disaster Control and Civil pe-
fense ii- ''ij-
AtiW M trample of the
DisUff ert' work, more thn J2,.
000 local women nave oeen re recruited
cruited recruited and trained to basic first
"aid since th council 1 were
frmed to 1852 ?
ith.r ni.taff activities such
as ehlld care, decontamination
and administrative- assistance to
thai miiitarr oreanlzations to
which they were assigned were
provided for by the women vol-
tAra rVn flvf) Tears aKO TCC-
ognized that their Integrated ef-
xertt as pars or IC u"
onntntT were vital t sue
cessful recovery from natural or
nian-made catastropnes.
instituted to julywsa by the
Caribbean Command, the auxil auxiliary
iary auxiliary rolunteer program was oe oe-signed
signed oe-signed as a supplement to the
military forces. Through a sys system
tem system ef councils Distaff Sen Senior
ior Senior Council, DisUff Executive
Councils and the respective zone
Council on both sides of the
tha resrjonsiblllties
fop Mtrmltlns- orsranijdng nd
.nin nintjiff members were
ejtsbursed to obUln the 'widest
possible participation mun me
military dependentt. v
TTb benefiU of the training
a wAtnen received roes well
KoSd th? icope or thlr"iarti:i


A giant of a man... and a womsii whe alwaya geU
what sbe'a after... clashing head-on! They made a ftranfe
pact is the days when the borderland Belonged te any man
front month to take It. See THREE VIOLENT PEOPLE.
starrinr Charlton Hnttn. Anne Baxter and Tom Tryoa


ry won the prize for being th
best couple in the mother and so
dance, nd Mr. Marti :. and h
daughter Jo Ann copped 'the hor
ors for .he father and daughtc
number.- '
In the competitive dances th
fox-trot was won by a pre tee;
couple, Pamela Bradley as
James Coppa'tfiaver ar. the 'een
age coi'ple r 1 o won w"
Seacrest end Kenneth MacKcnzie
The Jitterbug and Bop. Uprise wa wa-captured
captured wa-captured by Judy Plowman im
Kevin Bradk-v.' representing th
pre-teens and Jady Nichols -an'
George' Silvas wa sthe' lucky cou
pie for the teenagers..'
, ' .''"'.
The trophy award for the best
all round couple in the Latin Danc
es was won by Jo Reynolds and
Donna Trasavnite. This happy cou
pie was overjoyed for being the
first couple to win a trophy at the
Harnett and LHinn Jamboree. Two
new dance Ramea were' introduc
eK which !rew miirh favorable
comment amongst the students
The Luckv number elimination
dance and the Cinderella number
The continuation of this dance
Class which will vbe the interme
diate class will be held starting
this Friday Aug. 9 at 11 a.m. at
the Balboa YMCA. -.
Now 5 Years Old
Many In Disaster
clpatlon In the Panama area
program." A knowledge ot first
aia has oecome a necessity m
everyday living and the other
junctions carried I out ny the
Distaffers has proven : of value
to tnose women jwno have re returned
turned returned to the United States and
became active in their commu community
nity community Civil Defense organizations.
In recognition of their sister
Distaff workers the Fort Gulick
Dlstair Organization has ex extended
tended extended Invitations to all the la ladles
dles ladles attending the meeting to
stay for a buffet luncheon.
Other portions of the meeting
will include an invocation and
benediction by Chaplain (Major)
Chaphe of Fort Gulick, a wel welcoming
coming welcoming address by Lt. Col. Roy
H. Carr, i and appropriate re remarks
marks remarks by both Mrs. Hightower
and Mrs. Harrold.

Former Theology Studenf
Seen As New Soviet Chief

TMflVlKT AUtf. 4' (tn BO'
vlet affairs experts said today
that First Deputy Soviet Premier
natji Mitrmran -ahrewd Ar
menian trade expert 'who wants
better relations with the West,
la rlsinir rapidly in the Kremlin
hir&nhv ana mn innerifr- wic
post of Premier Nikolai A. Bui
ganin, ., ,, ,
There" are mounting lndlca'
flnna that th K2.vear-0ld BulfiT
nrtn a Russian of the old
Bolshevik school, Is fast slipping
Iff the estimation or soviet par
t .htef Niklt S. Khrushchev.
Specialists in Soviet affalra said
Mlkoyan appearea w nmyo
Inside track for the premiership.
This opinion was tempered,
however, by the belief that De Defense
fense Defense Minister Georgl Zhukov
wmiid have to anorove ef any
Uuch change. Zhukov,; leader of
pthe Red army, is regarded aa
the real power behina tne inrone
now held by .Knrusncaev.
promotion for Mlkovan Is re
garded as a logical payoir lor
hi unawervintr loonort of
VVimahrhitv In the DOWer StTUK'
gle that ended last monin wim
th ouster of Vvacheslav Molo-
tov, Georgl Malehkov and lazar
Kaganovlch. :: : r V--
Mikovan. a 62-tear-old one
time student of theology who a-
dopted the godlesa tneory oi
communism, now controls Rus
sia's 100 billion -dollar trade or
ganization. He has urged more
trd with the West.
Diplomats read mucn inw
the fact i that he was with
Khrushchev during" the party
chief's conference witn rresi
ttti of Yugoslavia In Ru-

lco3 Hod Resigns.

.h:irin:n OfC::rd
.r Itolv JO Ycsrs
'rthur V. Davis, the only living
'merican who attended me
; 'rth of the aluminum industry
i 1888, resigned today as board
hairman of Aluminum Compa-
v of America.
-, The 90-vear-old executive, af
er 6d years service'; ir almost
verv chanter of aluminum
pvpinnmcnt. said he was nult
ln to devote full time "to
ther business interests, center
n xhipflv in Florida"
A native of Sharon, Mass., he
'omed the Pittsburgh Reduc Reduc-iion
iion Reduc-iion co.i forerunner of what
. t.A heroine the nation s
lnrtrpst aluminum oroducer, in
1888 shortly after h!.i gradua
tlnn frnm Amherst Cnllece.
He began by opening crates
at $60 a month "wher I got
It," and became assistant io
Charles M. Hall, the developer
the electrolvtlr. process for
commercially producing aiuuu
. rtovi. i a a a U t e A Hall on
Thanksgiving Day, 1888 wnen
the first commercial'alumjnum
was pourea iv ;
nrlmnl9l nlnnt. here ":
Aluminum then was- valued
of. t. a nonnd. The current
nrtra h!LD been reduced to 26
cents' a nound by mass produc
tion I methods.
Under Davis' administration
aa iron oral suhertntendent of
Aim&'a New ii.ensHiKioi,,
nlnnt. aluminum cooking wen
sUs were first developed,., as
commercial items, t
in i09' navis becam direc
tor of Alcoa and was advanced
t n ioin He became
board chairman in 1MB. -
Alcoa said cavw resigrawon
was suomutea at np-.i
meeting- last sFrlday. No ; suc
cessor .was namea. jrfwy'c
. The tWna thot keeps on ambi ambitious
tious ambitious man from going plpces fort.
Is the trof f ic.
mania last week. Bulgantn did
Ollt ftttend.s 5tfc'..4 .;;.
It also was announced : that
Mlkoyan '-would aecempany
Khrushchev to East Germany on
a state Visit while Bulganin, who
was originally invited oy 1 tne
East Germans, will stay home.
Although a Soviet Embassy of official
ficial official in Berlin today discounted
reports that Bulganin was drop dropped
ped dropped from the Soviet delegation
which "Will Visit last "Germany
because he Is on his way out, it
remained a fact that Mlkoyan
has been emerelrur as the "brain"
behind Khrushchev's efforts to
weld the satellites into a firm
economic union with Russia...
AI!:r Bo D:nncd
v T
Producers and cast of a summer
stock production of "La .Ronde"
here have stuck to the adage,
"the show must go on," in -pite
of church condemnation, banning,
and having their license revoked.
-The risque French play- was or ordered
dered ordered closed by selectment last
week after citizens complained it
was "lewd", and "objectionable."
Alexander Byron, owner of the
Buzzards Bay Summer Theater,
where the play was performed,
refused to close down and town
officials revoked the theater's li license.
cense. license. '.
Byron evaded the action by put putting
ting putting on the show free ef charge.
The playhouse has. been packed
every night
The Rev. Oivid O'Brien told his
congregation Sunday, "I urge you
to keep away from this theater as
long at this play is showing. You
should not support at matter of
good policy a group that would
circumvent the law, attempt de
fiance of authority and abuse the
right of free speech by maligning
those in authority and permitting
lmour toeech uoon their ttase.
Although town officials plaa aa-
otner meeting today n cuseuss
further action,- both Byron and the
producer Jordoff Hott said they
would allow the production te run
another week. ..'


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P. Hurr, Albrook base' commander-(right ),v purchase the first two membership cards lr.
tht 1957 Albrook Jr Force Aid Society member ship campaign froin Lt. CoL Claude A.. Babb,
this year's project officer, : (Official USAF Photo

Initjal Payments Lowered, Interest
Rates Upped On FH A Home Loan Deals

The administration today lowered
down payments but increased in interest
terest interest rates ou government in insured
sured insured FHA'h&me loans in a twin
move to pep tip the lagging hous
ing ..industry. I'tCrt V X
Under the new regulations,, re
cently authorized by Congress; a
$10,000 home may be purchased
under the FHA program lor a woo
down payment compared with the
old figure of S .00. But bauks and
other fending institutions may
charge iV rather man s per cent.
The sbvernment said the actkib
was designed to make home loans
more attractive both to buyers
and lenders aud thus- sumo new
life into the construction industry.
New home starts are expected to
fall below the million mark this
year for, the k4 une since 1948.
It was a victory' for the housing
industry and other advocates of
easier down payments, They won
out over "tight money" propon proponents
ents proponents in the Treasury, the Federal
Reserve Board, the Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau and the President's Council
of Economic .Advisers". r.a
Spokesmen for, these groups had
argued that lower down payments
oa houses would be inflationary.
They wanted the administration to
delay' nutting them into effect at
1- ...Ml
?aat uuiu ju : .:
' George S. Goodyear, head of the
National Association.- of- Home
Builders, said t h e relaxation
"could be the most significant step
forward the FHA hat made since
its estabUshmcnt lir.1834.", ;
la 'announcing the move1 Hous
ing Administrator Albert M. Cole
said it wat vxpected.'to facilitate
the flow of. available mortgage in
vestment fundi Into the financing
of lotterarlced homes and there
by, make it easier for Americans
in the lower aadU middle-income
groups to purchase homes."
He noted that the new down
payment : requirements are the
lowest permitted under a new law
which cleared the House on June
28 and 'the Senate on July 1. The
law left it up to President Eisen
hower whether to put the new
rates into effect. -v ,?.
The new down payment sched
ule,, based o the FHA's apprais
al, is per cent ox ine iirst
$10,000 of the mortgage, 'IS per
cent of the next $6,000 and 80 per
cent en anything over that up to
a limit' of 820,000. i . i
CUsiei for
children of

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The old requirement was 5 "per
cent on the first $9,000 and 25 per

cent on anything above that up to
a ceuing of $20,000. ; r
Tho new oiinimiums go into'.ef-
fect tomorrow. : .. --.-..K
The government also clamped
restrictions on ''discounting'- ; a
practice under which the borrower
in ellect is required to give the
iendcr a special fee to fObtain a
mortgage. ,'...;.:$',.'' -w
Cole said discount rates will be.
permitted, t6 .vary-'regionally ft
uiai mey. wiu oe bo larger man
V per cent in any case;! Cole
said the Veterans .Administration
would follow up shortly with its
own schedule of maximum ; dis discount
count discount rates, r -n
The 514 per cent interest rate is
the highest in the history of the
FHA program. Originally 4 per
cent, the rate-was increased to
4V4 -percent after the war and
then was raised to 5 per e'ent in
Decembe, 1956. ; 1
Cole said that In lowering down
payments the administration- took
Wo account "the effects on ; the
national eeonomyr conditions i in
the building ; industry and the
availability of funds under" the
Servicemen'1 (GI) Readjustment;
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i XISBON,! which stars Hay MiUand, Maureen O'Hara,
Claude Rains and Yvonne Farneaosv was (actually filmed
in Portugal and its romantic beauty has been captured by

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Crash Expert Says
Seal Bells Should
Be In All Autos

Force authority on crashes said
today he wouldn't be "caught
dead" without scat belts in his
I automobile. -i
Col. John P. Stapp told a House
traffic safety subcommittee' that
four years of experiments Ft the
aero medical field laboratory at
Holloman Air Development Cen Center,
ter, Center, N.M have proved the, value
of seat belts in. autos. ,. .?
""Stapp, director of the' labors;
tory, said he has own auto.
? He said th' Ai Foj;ce is debat debating
ing debating whether to make the belts a
requirement in its government government-owned
owned government-owned autos, and possibly in the
personal cars of, airmen.
' "Subcommittee Chairman Ken
neth A. Roberts (D-Ala.) said he
was "dismayed" that 1958 models
will have "more of lust about
everything except one vital fea
turn . mortf buih-in safety."
w Rep. J. Carlton Loser (D-Tenn.)
suggested that the "bi thfee" in
the autn Industry ounht to start
Installing three-inch, wide belts. 'as
standard equipment .10 11 aew
car sterling this fail. -, i
Stapp outlined t testa which M
Member of
Dance M&sters
.of America, Inc.
a.m. to 5:00 p.m
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Seriate Confirms
Balks ; At Power

The Senate -aced through ap
proval of 4-55 nominations ranging
from ambassadors ti. postmasters
today but ceia hack tne contro
versial rehomination of Jerome
K. Kuykendall to the Federal
Power Com mission
The burst of activity Virtually
cleared .the Senate's calendar., of
nominations which had piled up
behind the civL rights debate.
' All confirmations were by oice
Vote and with no opposition., post postmasters
masters postmasters and routine military and
diplomatic nominations made up
the bulk ol the list., (
Several 'Democratic sen-
ators have served notice they .will
fight Kuykendall's renonnnation
to the FPC which was approved
ny tne senate commerce commit committee
tee committee last week!'1 !'.
Kuykeniall has been under
heavy fire ifront Democrats and
public power advocates who have
cnargeav mat ne snowed r "favor
itism" to power monopolies. They
also- attacked his stand on the
FPC's approval f of the Idaho
Power Co. V application to' build
tnree low-levet dams at Hells
Canyon on the Snake River. 1
Knvkendall. who was named to
the commissiot in 1953 and later
became chairman, wai renomin
ated by resident Elsenhower for
a five-year term early this year.
But the Senate Commerce Com
mittee delayed action on the
renomindtion and late r held
lengthy h e" a r i ngs. Meanwhile,
Kuykendall's oriemal term ex
pired in June. -
If confirmed. Kuykendall. a for
mer Washington Stale public serv
ice commis-'sioner, would return
to the count sion but not reces reces-sarilyj
sarilyj reces-sarilyj as chairman. It would be
up toEisenhOtver to decide wheth whether
er whether he should continue in that post.
Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore). an
outspoken, critic of Kuykendall's
has directed for 12 years Into avi aviation
ation aviation crash injur.' and four
years into auto accidents. :
He sad the Ai. Force embarked
on the auto: study because auto
injuries have become "the num
ber one cause for admission" to
Air Force hospitals. In 1956. he
said, 673 airmen died in auto
wrecks almost as many, as in
plane crashes.
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power policies, has saitf Kuyken-5
daiL was "unqualified" for the1 the1-commission
commission the1-commission post and that "iti
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wuuiu ub a uiouHve lur mi'
Senate to auprove his reaDDoint
ment.,:f"'-.1 : kr-W
Mike Mansfield and .James E,r
Murray, also have expressed J
Strong opposition to Kuykendall.
' Included in die list of co I rma- -tions
was that of Adm. Arthur W.'
Radford, outgoing chairman of
the joint ch.tls of staff, to .IheH
permanent rank of admiral on the
navy's retireii list.
Others included:
. Erie Cocke, Sr., of Gedrgia to
be a director- of the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp.,
Frederick V'., Ford of West
Virginia, member of the FederiJ-Communications-
Commission. .
Mat Gen. Edgar Carl Etickson
Chief of th? National Guards
Bureau. ,. V':.':er':'.l':i."''.
; Charles R. Ferguson of Pennsyl Pennsyl-vaniu,
vaniu, Pennsyl-vaniu, member of the Federal Federal-Coal
Coal Federal-Coal Mine Safety Board of Review
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Long Don Scatters Ten Hits
Against Hated N.Y. Giants
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 (UP) hong Don Drys Drys-gale,
gale, Drys-gale, who celebrated his 21st birthday only two
weeks ago, also has come of age as a major league

The' six-foot-'our right hander
. m less than two years out of
high school when he joined the
i Brooklyn Dodgers last season but
'till managed to win five games,
-lour against the natea new xora
1 Giants.
, r i
, With that one year of experi experience
ence experience behind him, tbf Dodgers pre
dicted big thuign tor ine iauy
. Californiaa this spring and young
Don is living up to his notices.
Although he allowed 10 hits, In Including
cluding Including four tc Willie Mays, Dry Dry-dale
dale Dry-dale fast-balled hia way to a 5-2
victory over his fivorite New York
' "cousins" last nighi in the only
1 National League action. It was his
ninth triumph of the season, tying
him with Don Newcombe and John-i
i toy Podres tor tne rnosi viciui ics
' on the liodger staff
i Drysdale's career record against
1 the Giants now siauas ai o-x. c
'never has lost to mem as a
suffering his lone defeat dur during
ing during a relief stint et the Pole
"Grounds earlier this season.
Written for NEA Service
' QUESTION: The umpire called
. fa- batter out for stepping forward
'fChit safely a curved ball before
'itroke. I never heard of any
thing like tnis bxpiain iiica.
Joshua Dumphey.
Answer: The batter is out if he
i tk. hall while either foot IS
ut f th batter s box.
: !' a a nfthall nitcher pitches be
for the batter has a eh"",0
' Uet set. The umpire calls the
t itjii strike. Lr this eoiract

s, fvo MacKay.

m "i M. n kHar nnit b slva

lh opportuntty M .gat sat A
i pitcher who doe- not give tha i bat-

j tep tbia cnanca q"c.
TlA aood umpire holds the pitcher

i up. until tha batter is set.

J': J. In aoitbail, whn and how
nrast the pitcher take tha atop
ijrjward? Jack LeUvent.
A.' Simultaneously with tha do do-livery
livery do-livery of tha balL
I JOUESTION: With runners on
ftrit and saiotid bases, tha batter
7k. h.n tnwsrd the abutment
i lht field. The flove flies off
th hand of the right fielder at attempting
tempting attempting to make the catch. The
ball strikes the glve and falls
within the playing field A claims
it is a two-base hit. B contends, it
is a home run. Who's right?
Charles Leandro.
Answer: All runners and tha bat batter,
ter, batter, are entitled to advance home
without jeopardy when an outfield
4r stops a ball ticketed for a home
rum.4n flight with thrown glove,
apparel or equipment, whether
tossed intentionally or unintention unintentionally.
ally. unintentionally. Stiwing at Y.evr Unice
Ctnter Theattrs Tonight
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However, Mays almost ruined
that gaudy record with mother of
his one-man-g a n g performances.
Willie was involved in an automo automobile
bile automobile accident only hours before the
game but proved he was okay in
the third inning when he tagged
Drysdala for a two-run homer that
put the Giants ahead, 2-1.
Mays also picked up three sing singles
les singles along the way so when he came
up with two men on and two out
in the ninth inning Dodger manag manager
er manager Walt Alston yanked Drysdale
in favor of Clem Labine, whu re retired
tired retired Willie ou an infield grounder.
Ray Crone, pitching his first
complete game as a Giant, was

taeeed for nine hits. The Dodgers
tied the game at 2-2 in their half
of the third, scored their decisive
run in the fifth anr then added a
pair of insurance runs in the sev seventh.
enth. seventh. In an American League day
game, the Clevelam Indians snap snapped
ped snapped the New York Yankees' eight eight-game
game eight-game winning streak, 7-2. Gene
Woodling drove in five runs with
a single md a thite-run homer,
while Mik3 Garcia gave up nine
hits in beating the Yankees for
the first tim- sincr Aug. 3, 1955.
Don Larsen was the losing pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. CZ Weightlifting
Contest Scheduled
For Next Friday
The second annual Canal Zone
weightlifting conUst: will be held
Friday, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m. in the
Balboa YMCA USO gymnasium.
The event will be open tJ tha pub public.
lic. public. Although there have been fewer
lifter registered than expected,
there are still plenty of entires
te make the contest Interesting.
One of tne men favored by some
who are in the know, is Sebastian
Colgagrande, of Albrook, if fie
can weigh in at 175 lbs. Another,
favorite is Theo Lincoln, also of
Albrook, -iow at 181 lbs, who was
upset last year by champ Carl
Nicol, of Marine Barracks. Frank
Rufolph, of Fort Gulick, who took
runner up last year, has not yet
registered, but chances, are that
he might do well, if lie enters.
Weiehtlifters. as is true with
other athletes, have good days
and bad davs. If one of the favor
ites hanoens to be off that day,
a dark horse might well win. At
any rate, here is a good chance
ts watch an interesting once a
year contest.
Judees for the event will be
Bob Schultz of the Canal Zone,
Lt. Charles G nn of USARCARIB,
and Ricardn Paredes of Panama.
Oueen of the Policeman's Ball
Camille Ellis, will present the tro tro-nhv
nhv tro-nhv award to the best all around
lifter. Dave Speir of the Canal
Zone will MC the event. The con
test is open to all interested Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone military ana civilian per
sonnel. Spectators are- invited to
watch the event starting at i p.m
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iiflajor League
Leaders c
(Baitd on 250 official at bats)'
' National Leagua
P. and C 6 AB R H Pet;

Aa?on, Mil. 101 416 78 140 37
Musial, St Loui. 103 405 6ft 135 .332
Groat, Pitt, 78 316 36 104 .329
Mays, N.Y. 105 399 77 131 .328
Robinson, Cinci. 100 408 69,130 .319
Fondy, Pitt. 90 353 43 112 .317
Schoendienst, M.101 434 56 135 ,311
Cimoli, Bkq. 92 341 60 105 .308
Moryn, Chicago 98 365 50 112 307
Hodges, 3kn. 100 387 58 117 .302
Crowe, Cinci. 89 331 54 100 .302
i American Ltaaoa V
Williams, Bos. 96 324 75 126 .389
Mantlo NV. 1(U 345 fl 1S 3fi7
WoodUng, Cleve. 88 268 48 89 .332
Boyd, UalU. 99 32 55 107 ,3Z5
Fox. Chicago 10.K 403 66 129 .320
Minoso, Chi ;ngo 101 380 61 118 J3U
Malzone, BOS. 107 422 4 131 jJlO
McDougJd NY 95 365 68 113 .310
Skowron, N.Y. 92 342 48 105 .307
National Lesgue
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Mays, Gianti
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlcgs
Banks, Cubs
American League
Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Musial, Cards
Aaron, Braves
Crowe, Redlegs
Mays, Giants
Ennis, Cards
American League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Skowron, Yanks
Jensen, Red Sox
(Basocl en 11 decisions)
Schmidt, Cards 10 1
Sanford, Phils 14 3
Bunning, Tigers 13 3
Donovan, White Sox 12 3
Grim, Yanks 10 3
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Tvvinbill to Gain
In IL Flag Race
NEW YORK, Aug. (UP)-Be.
cause Don Johnion believes in fin.
ishing what he starts, the Toronto
Maple Leafs remain strong con
tenders for tne international
League pennant.
Johnson, a former member of
the New York Yankees, turned in
his fourth straight complete game
victory vesterday as the Maple
Lais downed tne umimous Jets,
5-1, in the first game of a double
Jim Pearce limited the Jets to
six hits in pitching Toronto to a'
4-3 triumph in the aecond came.
"h. sweeo left the third place
Leafs only four games back of
icc-seiuug ltuifalo.
Toronto sewed up the opener
with three runs in the first inning
and Rocky Nelson .added a' two-
run homer in the seventh. In the
second game, the Jeta scored all
tneir runs on nomers oy Danny
Kraviti and Eddie O'Brien.
There was no 'other leagua ac
tion yesterday, in tonight s games,
Montreal a Rietimond, Toronto
at Columbus Buffalo at Miami,
and Rochester at Havana.
The linescores:
(First Came)
Columbus 100 000 000 1 4 0
Toronto 300 000 20x S 1
Burtschy, Kildoo (1) and Kra Kraviti;
viti; Kraviti; Johnson and St. Claire. LP-
Burtschey. HR-Neison..
(Second Game)
(7 Inninas)
Columbus 001 002 S
Toronto 020000 2 4 C 1
Anderton, O'Donnell i(7) and
Kraviti: Pearce and St. Claire
LP-Anderson, HRS O'Brien, Kra-i
Sports Briefs
BROOKLYN (UP) Outfielder
Sandy Amoros will be lost to the
Brooklyn Dodgers for "at least
five days" because of a pulled
muscle hi bis' left thigh suffered
while running the bases in a game
at Milwaukee Saturday.
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' SHALL'WE JiOlN THETLADIE6?--AHhough onlv nine fillies have Von the 5100,000 Mam-"'
I bletoiian Stake, Pronv Trotteiy left, and Hoot Sung arf highly tegarded to make it 10 fur the
I eirls'in the 3Snd renewal: The gofdr lookers are owned by Leo C. McNamara and trained by ,"
I Ralph Haldwin, shown with them. Place! jhe.Du 'Qimm, ill Slate Fair. Pate: Aug.. 27.

Florence Chad wick Shatters
Bristol Channel Sw'm Mark

De Vicenzo Cops

CHICAGO, Aug. 6 (UP) Ar
gentina's Roberto de VinCenzo
yesterday turned, in a fmai
round two-undef-par 70 for to
tal score 15-under-par 273 and
first place -in., the .S25;000.AU
American Golf Championship at
Tarn O' Snanter.
Second place went to- Gene
Littler who blistered' the course
for an equalling final round of
63 that save him a 277 score.
First place was worth 1300 to
urn vicenzo. f :.
This was De Vicenzo's 'second
tournament win of the United
Stater season, and by far his
best iinisn at Tarn o enanter.
to previous 1 "All American"
events on the same .links, he
finished third once and. tied for
third on another occasion?.
Even though De, Vicenzo was
the victor. Littler came close to
a bigger prize, $10,000 offered by
the promoters xor a course rec
ord. He -was five under par- on
the second nine today, dropping
birdie nutts of 30 lnches.uo and
15 leet, ana an eagie try or two
On the first nine he never
was over par and canned .one
birdie putt of 35 feet, another
of 12, and a third of 3. -Seond
money was worth $2,300 to LiW
tier, while Sam Snead, who al also
so also has scored one tourney win
previously this year, earned
$1,800. ,. -i-vf ym
De Vicenzo took no chances on
his sound as he started, today's
final round with a four stroke
lead on Snead and a greater
margin on the rest of the field
He haa two Diraies on the
first-nine before be took consec-l
utive. bOKies on the last -two
holes to turn In par 36. On the
back nine he netted a birdie on
the 10th, but toogied the 13th to
remain even. Then' he birdie d
both the 14th and 18th holes of
the round to preserve his four four-stroke
stroke four-stroke margin. -
De Vicenzo sank a 5-ioot putt
to birdie the 2nd and a 3-footer
for a-three on the sixth.' But he
hooked his drive' -and stymied
moiseii dcxjuiu trees uu uiv owi
i m wlsJ M Ai 4W
and on the 9th he was short of
the green with his third snot
when he hit out of water-soaked
s He1 needed only two putts to
birdie the 10th and he missed a
three foot putt to go over on the
Ads' Dea Ha an -of Holland set a
world recod for the 200 meter
women's bresststroke when she
was clocked in 2:51.3 seconds Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, in the Dutch national cham championships.
pionships. championships. 4 t.. j : ; S
LONDON (UP ) Vladimir- Sapu-
nor, a. Soviet marksman, set a
world .record when be scored 389
points out of a possible 400 in the
50-meter small-bore rifle. standing
shooting event,. rt was reported by
Radio Peiping. .
' Raymead Bnrr In B
.j ; Tomorro! v
. $U yet CAR1 -?
; Levi Bayward l n

13th. But "on the 14th; he put a
five iron 10 feet from the pin
and dropped the putt for a- bir-
cue. on tne ibui, ras approach
stopped only two feet1 from the
flag. r ... ,.
Cards of Vicenzo and Uttier
ln the final round of the "All
American" Open:
Par Out 453 444 43536
De Vicenzo Out 443 443 446-36
Littler Out HM; .32 229-33 :
Par. In 534 445 34436
' '. ..' ; 72-r288
D "Vicenzo In 434 535 S43 34
' :. 70273
Littler, in 333 434. 34330
, 3-277
The leading scores and prizes:
Robert De Vicenzo, Mexico- Oi-
Oene. Littler. El Calon. Calif.. 1
72-71-71-63-277, $2,300.
Sam Snead, White ; Sulphur
Springs, Va, 6873-66-71
278, $1,800.
Paur Harney- Worcester, Mass.,
0-B7-i-7I 279, $1,800.
Art i Wall jr., Pocono Manor,
ra., 72-07-72-70281,; $1,150.
Dow- Flnsterwald, : Tequesta,
r m., w-il-o-l-Z6l, $1,150.
Fred Hawkins El Paso, Tex.,
7-7o-ob-6 38i, $m50. ;
Jimmy . Demare,; : Kiamesha
Lake, N. Y.i' 71-66-73-72282
$950. '.('f ;r. -i
Ed Oliver; .Canton, Mass., 66-76-72-69
283, $875. ;
Jack Fleck Rochester,' Mich.,
71-72-69-71 283 $875'; 4. :
Stan Leonard, lachute. Oue..
Jl-nV-l-W 284, $770.
Tom TaiKington,i Ypsiiantl,
Mien., 7Z-71-71-70 284, $775.
Arnold Palmer, Latrobe, pa.,
69-73-72-71 283; $675.
Cary Jtllddlecoff. Dallas." T.J
72-73-08-08285, $675,
( Gardner Dickinson, w 'Panama
City, Fia., 70-74-73-69-286', $490.
Peter Thomson,-Australia, 73-
79.71ft tarn aon i vV-
, Tom Nlepo'rte, Cindnu'dLi
75-72-68-71286, $490. V ,T
waiter Burxemo. Franklin.
;Mlch., 71-70-73-72 286, $490. f'
um rasper, jr., Boruia, cam.,
67-68-75-76 288. '$490. ; t
Don Fairfield, Casey, Til., 69-
0-7-7 2W, $490.'
Dick Mayer, La Jolla, Calif,
73-73-73-69287, $310. '
Doug Ford, Mahopac, N.Y., 73-
65-74-75287, $310.1,
TWO-WAY" HEAT Jim Bun Bunning
ning Bunning cools off in the dugout. The
Detroit recru.t right -haader is
hotter thi- the-wtather, thanks
to his slider.-


land England (UP) American distance
swimmer' F 1 o r e n c e : Chadwick
bucked densa ? fields of seaweed
and swam around; a menacing oil
tanker yesterday to beat a 24-year-old
record by swimming the Bris Bristol
tol Bristol Channel in six hours, seven min minutes.,
utes., minutes., -."v.. S'T -:v
The .veteran San. Diego, Calif.,
swimmer left here at 8 p.m. (3

p.m. e.s.t.) Sunday and arrived at
penarth,1. wait's, at z;22 a:m, to
day to top ihe old mark of 7:50
set by British channel swimmer
jsj H. Temme in 1933. tv,
. 'i 'f..,V v v-Miss
Miss v-Miss Chadwick said when
returned to her hotel this morning
she could have made' it. "quite a
bit faster if it wasn't for the thick
seaweed'ahd oil tanker that I had
to swim around.
She said she. expects to' leave for
Ireland within the next two days
lor an assault oft tot Irish Chan.
nel one of -the few stretches of
competitive waterway through
which she has not yet stroked to
arecora.,, .; . ;r ,-
,"But the -first thing right now Is
a bath," .she said "men I'm go going
ing going to bed."
i Et Beileyr left, studies oppoe oppoe-;
; oppoe-; ing batters wfth Claude Of teen.
The Cincinnati Reds'. 17 -yeer-;
eld recruit eut of Reeding. O,
'. High made hie major league
bow pitching four inning ttt
x exhibtttoa game in OevelaAd,
K i .. ?, vVtC-' : -i'
Today Encanto JS .15
Pat O'Brien in
-i, O K I N A W A v
' Louis Hayward in
Today WE AL JO .JO
"Jesse James Rides Again'
" t Gtiap., J.-i :


National Lague

St. Louis, -Milwaukee
New York
. Today' Games s
" National League-
New York, at Brooklyn N ;
-Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) 1
- Chicago at, SI. Louis (N).
;! Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N) s
. Yesterday't Results'
(Night Gamti
New York 002 oon ftnn ? in
Brooklyn 011 016 20x 5 i 8 1
crone (4-6) -and Thomas.
' Drysdale i9-6), Labine u "a n d
Only game 'scheduled;

, W L Pet. GB
- 62 41" .602
' 62 42 .596 Vi
' 60 44 .577 2V4
' 58 46; .558 4V4
' 57 48 .543 6
, 45 61 .423 18V4
' 36 66 .353 25i
86 68 ,34o 2m

RUB OF THt? OREEN Third basemen twafc apiit o-
cisipns jiist hke -iimprsj j Jerry Coleman of 1be home chib
has no plav tm a swift runner.'so waits until a topped grounder
roRs .foul' at 'Yankee Stadiumv After. 'all, what can Jerry lose?

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iilliil ? -N
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BETTER THAN GREEN HAND Harrison Hoyt wiR drrr
Buckeye Demon in .a serious bid for his second Hambietonia
Stake at the Du Quoin. DU SUte Fair, Aug. 27. Hoyt became
the only amateur driver ever te wm the Kentucky Derby of
the standardbredS'- when Demon Hanover popped down W
front ia 948. Buckeye led all two-year-olds last yeac. -i

"1 rI.



American Lagu

L Pet.
New York
Chicago 1 1
Detroit '
Cleveland v
Kansas City
53 .663
40 .608
47 .544
52. .490
53 .490 na
si .485 1814
66 .371 30Va
67 .350 32V
- ' Tday' Games '
' i ,.' i.k f '".( tpt
American League 'i
Washington at New YorV ON)
! Kansas Ci y at Chicago (N) 5
Cleveland at Detroit (N)
Boston at (Baltimore (N) "v!
Yesterday's Rsi1ts
American Leagws
Cleveland 030 100 0037 S
New York 020 000 0002 9
" Garcia (-7 and Naragon.:
Larsen (3 A) and Berra. ; t
Only game "scheduled. ;
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To Se Banned From

Pigeonsy Firecrackers

Future TV Fights


r' Iff sssss JvSSsY

2 Spectators

One Arrested



new; .york; Aug. n6 cupPi'
geons and firecrackers will be of-:

nciauy oaruiea inursaay h-om iu

tifre TV fights at St. Nicholas A

rena Because of xasL.iugbl's dis disorders
orders disorders that resulted in the hospi

talization of 4 wo -iceetator, one

arrest and the egg-pelting of ring-

siaers. j

Deputy Coxing Commissioner

Joe Tepper today- ordered promot promoter
er promoter Teddy Brenner, : welterweight
Eddie. Lynch and Manager Bdl
Carfaro to appear at commission
headquarter Thursday ior a

"dressing down."

v Lynch of New, York,, who has a
large and noisy following known

as Pandemonium, mc lost r a
split eight-round decision to Dan Danny
ny Danny (Bang Bang) Kusso of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn last night.; It was a bloody
fight,' during which- Russo's equal equally
ly equally noisy Brooklyn followers were
alleged to have thrown the eggs eggs-hens'
hens' eggs-hens' eggs not pigeons!
Two spectators, struck by thrown
chairs, were .having their inju

ries X-rayed today at Roosevelt

Hospital, whcie they were taken

in an ambulance from tt. mck s,

Just before' the main event.' one
eeir hit a ishter who was' Seine

introduced as a future contestant,
and another hit a sports writer.
Later two more eggs landed in

the ring, which had to be sprlnk

led, liberally with resin dust -to
prevent Lynch, and Russo from

slipping. Just how many specta
tors were hit is not known.


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WHOOPS, MY DEAR A fcurly, .truck dnvep foolha-rdy enough to get between these playful
dolls probably would have his head handed to him. Helei,Hild flashes a pleasant Smile as she
plays bounce, with Fabulous Moolah. The latter bounced back to win In the first women's
, wrestling match to be held lh Seattle in U years." And -they say woman's place is at home

Playground Sports 1 1

Promoter Brnner was surpris

ed that the Lvnch and Russo fol

lowers got out of hand. At previ

ous Lvncn bouts ms louowers

had been noisy with their released

F t C M -W jZ-irS WCj3- fSLt ,i M 15 V U C1 Lst representative of
In PkV lSw TL IS The American Society for the Pre-
Vmy -- '(lViy-w i ILat'.v"'-,'s, L vention of Cruelty to Animals caus caus-X
X caus-X jnrrjStFS? TJV SrJS.rtC&s. 1 the arrest of William Boenzi
K. :lfjyAr IT3 V-SaV-' iTTrV of -Valley Stream. N.Y.. for alleg-

i ; JfanLe Howell i -'

back for Detroit "a lot of nnhiiif

: i T- "7 " r

& Stream

i.v,.r.jj'fivj'! t


dllferee between a coUege-and

pro football player is. easily seen

aa the New York Football Gianta

co throush' training her.,, a play

er sprains an aniue, ana n gets

fined 200,.lt tncy Ohd- om ne
hant hothertd to laoe if; J :s

Securing' a jori is like trying .td

squeeze inroujjn inc cuBiue uuun

of a auoway ".v.. tncre art at men

- on hand, only 35 can De carnea,
4 f)n nf the country's bie station

cry manufacturers carted Coach
Jim Lee Howell to Canada .not
long ago for a company sales con
. vention...' figured that the way he

. charged ths Giants up emouonaiiy
before their champipnship fray
with the Bear last December

(they men handily), could be tran

slated into a .stimulant ior meir

riven salesmen So the bigwigs

, sat' down around conference

thl .with thi, bit man from Ar

kansas. eulocizinc the spirit he

imnarted to the Giants and anti

cipating breathlessly how he "was

: going to as .ne same ior meni...
' .nir'thrt V1 ".Tust' exactly

i what! did you tell them before the

i ffame- coach, mat maae mem

! cam out like tigers' ,..And Ho-

! well drawled, "Not- -darnedtMDg
; ... only that if they won, it. aieant
$3,700 apiece.''; ;v; ,4 li-a F-ir?

Thia H at makes a- winner...
1 Th best locking- player in ramp
r on performance to date is Frank
i GiffordA. who finished up last year

as tha No. V man In the game
i and -would have a job cinched, if
, he begged off wraouce every day

j witft aprameo: puucw v .j Wr j
! ;'&wei3"iit'W'tiB' AlWUr
f lameAugtJ, ia great believer
t in ruwung, "V!t Charley Toogood,
i pickup- tackift from the Rams,
i gruntsAinen;. that in Jour years
' at toe Angeles ,he never, totaled
th; combined distance he'a trod
i over 'Vermont' turf.,7. .There .hasn't
i been; so much grousing in any out out-I
I out-I fit snc they introduced C-ratlona.
I A 'lumber salesman could have
I a fiefd diy J half the huskies have

inserted boards under, tueir mat

tresses to firm up then; backs...

"Belt" material for swapping
tarns revolves around the hatchet

mem of the Nn t i o n a 1 Football

Leamia who intlnsidaU ball car-

riers One of the vets was describ-;

In their effect on a Los Angeles

fullback... whose mates began call-

in u him "footitfos" ... every time

be swung .out-for a pass and was

about to reacn up tor toe .oau,

he'd hear "fooUteps" of the ap approaching
proaching approaching linebacker and careful

ly jet UK nail iricaie inrougn us
fingers... "You don't hear, them
footsteps, man," he explained.

"you don't suck arouna v r y
'ong. v- ; i
Cracking a veteran team is like

entering' a post .- fight dressing!

room guy wun ine oesi CLince
of breaking through the cordon i
Eddie -Crawford, a rookie defen defensive
sive defensive back from Mississippi, vho
caught. Assistant Coach Tom Lan Lan-dry'a.fancy
dry'a.fancy Lan-dry'a.fancy '--v ;.-
It Isn't' air g-imnesC the 5:30
club has fceen established in dor-

- 'ory headquarter, team physi physi-'
' physi-' t Dr. JwcpS Sweeney, proprie proprie-"
" proprie-" i t econl f.oor watering hole

-rhrs and writer after Tirae Tirae-'
' Tirae-' icycrs UiV in their rooms,
. a X. t

v .'i uumts ana uruisci irum

: hom lowtr.? ncv nars is Aiex.nim wora; on me siae
j debater s yor.g brother, a brawny choice.

ed cruelty to pigeons.

"It wasn't my crate of pigeons,"
declared Boenzi. "1 was just try trying
ing trying to move the crate out of my
way; I don't know who put it there
by my seat.'
But Schiesinger cairns he col collared
lared collared Boenzi when he had a pigeon
in his hand, ?

YanUs 9 TonyKubek Plays Deepest
Shortstop Since Marty Marion





Cristobal Gun Club members un

animously acknowledged Capt. Bill

Jones of the racinc bide fire-light

ers to be their own 30-year true

blue Gold Coastite, immune to
susoicion of aoostasv. on account

of his taking the -National Brew Brewery
ery Brewery Trap Trophy from a 20-yard
handicap position with a score of

48 ex 50 on Sunday morning, Aug.

4.- : ;. :--Second
nlace strugglers. first-

place admirers of Cap Jones' win,
tied ud three wavs ft. C. Casa-

205-pqunder v,ho faster than tta MJ!
ball-toting Giant star ... but

be signect hsVp sophomoro at B' BrandJ. and Jjet coook
Marquette, oJe f?Johnriy Druze's downing 4a;Cjrch from, 20 yardi.
.croP that', ..upposedy to .ate" LWZ &

couege iootDau in MUwaukee... i -- wV"r-
Between vou n'me: a : ni.r. "nably claimed to be third

ficial caUs a Lion statement thai z y?W.V J

newly, acquired Tobin Rote will ".ZTO-SS

sun De the number twn miaitoi.. uu'l!

NBW YORK Aug. 6 (UP)

They tell us around the sports
T6ny Kubek. the New, York

Yankees' Rookie of the Year can

didate, plays the deepest short shortstop
stop shortstop since Marty Marion.1 Kubek

has a world of confidence in his
arm but some of the Yankees'
rivals insist he would do better

to play a bit more shallow.

Ralph. Kiner, the former Pitts

burgh slugger now serving aa gen

eral manager for San Diego of

the Pacific Coast League, has

been bitten by the tennis bug. Try

as he might, thougn, he simply

can't beat his wife, the former

Nancy Chaffee, who once ranked
with the top women tennis stars.

Jerry Barber, the popular, little

pro from La Canada,, Lain.i ad

mits he once almost gave up piay

ins tournament golf because he

felt he was "too small." uaroer is

5 feet,. 5. inches and weighs only

137, but his fellow proa will tell
you he.: is one of the finest, and

longest hitters off the tee.
Some of the Detroit Tigers at

tribute Reno Bertoia's batting
slump to his sensitiveness over all

those stories regarding nis use ot

tranquilizers. Each time he failed

to get a hit. opposing bench jock

eys would needle him, "You d bet better
ter better go back and take another pill."'

Dodger veteran Pee Wee Reese

claims he might not be happy as

a manager. "Ever, since I be

gan playing baseball," he says,

players. If I ever became a man
ager, I couldn't do that ami I
think it would bother me a lot."
Soccer is one game that never
drew too many fans here in the
U. S. over in Italy, however sev several
eral several soccer teams are doing so
well financially that they arc put putting
ting putting up the money to sponsor
Italian baseball teams. ;
In. case you've .ever wondered,

Mmnie Mmoso of the-' 'hue Sox
draws the highest pay amon all
the big ieaguers. who play winter

Dau. Minoso, a native of i-uoa.

receives an estimated $9,1100 for
playing there between October and
February. .
Casey Stengel' pleked the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers ,to win the National
League pennant before the season
started and he's not hedging now.
"Milwaukee and St, Louis could
make me look bad," says the Yan
kee pilot, 1 "but I'm still sticking
with Brooklyn." ,
Trainer Dan Florio 'says heavy

weight ; champion Floyd' Patterson
is still "too tender hearted" when
it comes to finishing an opponent

be has Knocked groggy. But. f lorio
adds, "We wilPultimately make
him realize that his failure to

take but a man as quickly as
posible may result. in him, him

self, getting hurt unnecessarily

Billy Martin may have lost out

on a World Series, share when the

Yankees traded bim to Kansas

City last June but he'll make up

at least Part of that money ny

barnstorming after, the World Ser

ies. , . . . .

Some cachcrs beg off working

Cincinnati says he would "just
love to play in 154 games."- The
guy's a glutton for. pumsnment:
; The toughest batter to figure out
how to -play for, according to
American League outfielders, .is
spray-hitting Bob Boyd of Baltimore.

On The Alleys, ..
. Won Lost

muyu jirotnerfl insutance 22 14


C.A. High CojHractots
Mercurio Jewelers
Pan, American Clippers
Carnngtoa Canadians
Royal .Crown Colas

19 1Z
18 19
!l8 18
17V4' 18V4
17 19
17 19
ISM 2ilA


Dog's Sl&i Dtpands On Work'


a"' dog

f20 vafs wih 42

Capt. L. R. Loga knocked down

41 from 19 yards, and George Lbpp

(zo yards) an angea tne quics De Demise
mise Demise of 40. Walter Johnston and

"Poss" barker, both -shooting

from 20 yards, followed with 35

ana 34, jespccuveiy.-t s

In a round" cf ,18 yard" shooting

by novices. Max Sanders, 16-year

oldster, led. the group with a last
18, and 11-year old Walter Crouch
cannoned lOi ; ; 1 '- f.

At Skeet, I)gs', the Mayflower

i f i, 1 .. i ...
THE sifle from whinli"

should work 1 often a auestioajn boy by Arcadia out of the Chero-

the novice. f r : kee Nation,: and VShorty". Schex-

He' sees retHvr wnrV .f 1 navder both used VSbortrs". 20-

triala or pictures of them and Bufle- Skyswceper to the tune of

notes tne nog on the rleht of the oownea. ine resuiuoa. piooa-

handler. Hs watches obedience feud was amicably settled to the

trainpr nr hanriior vhn,. satisfaction of au particioans at

have been traced ia tegular clas- the bar f last resorts under ae ae-ses
ses ae-ses ahd they are on the left of ot LeVa venial resolvers of
the handler. Whlh l nmM eenewl v complaints, The other

"I've enjoyed being around other in doubleheaders but Ed Bailey of



i Margarita Gvm. Was the battle

ground j or the Annual Summer
Volleyball Championships, held on

iicuiiesuay ai l1 a.m.
The boy's teams started the
morning play oif with Balboa tak taking
ing taking Diablo Gym in tow -with 28
to 18 score. All teams played one
game,' with tiw winner, winning in
total sucra after to 12 minute


()n Coiurt 1,' Anpon beat a good
Cristobvi team bj a 22 to 21 score.
This eami was niu irf lh houi

piayea .gamea, ot the tournament.
AllPdll's l)p Pt'ncn mirf Ca in n .trnv.

ed to be tough on blocks and spikes,

aim : wnsiooai a nirxiana i SBd
Rracicini nlavH ilciHv hall 'hut

lost the. game in the last two min-

uies, une to me tenure ot setting
it up. ,

In the second round, Ancon ran

over tne -inexperienced Margarita
team oy a 33 to 0 score.
Th8 girls game waa next with
Balbja meeting Margarita in the

Championship Game. Margarita,

outpiayeo tne saico team in ev every
ery every phase of the game and scored
a 38 to 21 win.. Only in the second
half did the Balboa team start to
score and play better ball. But
Margarita built up a fast lead and
played good defensive ball to pro protect
tect protect them k'Bd. Ruddy, Erickson
and Owen played well offensively
for the Marparlta girls, and Bal Balboa's
boa's Balboa's Selby and Pasamante, play played
ed played steady 'iali throughout the en entire
tire entire game; ."
The boy's championship contest
was a new twist of volleyball with
the Ancon team leading at half half-time
time half-time by a good ten points then fall falling
ing falling apart jn- 'he last five minutes
to lose to a fighting team from Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. ... i
Ancon seemed to have every
thing their own way in the early
scoring, hut a good Balboa team
kept creeping up on the scorebosrd
and finally won by a 29 to 27 score.
Cunningham nd Alexander, prov

ed to be Balboa's top punch o splk
ing and setungup the ball. ..
Entire Tournament scoresr -'
i .. m..-.- ,, ,ft i i,;,-.
First Round Results:
V '. V ":' -1 t,"..a.-;'-j"i"
Balboa 28, D'ablo 18 (Court -No;,- ;
Ancon 22, Cristobal 21 (Court No.
, ,
Second Round: ''
Ancpn 33, Margarita 0 (Couri5!
No. 1)
Girls Chamnionship: Vja- v
Margarita Ss, Balboa 21" (Courts
No. 2). ...
Boys Championship:
Balboa 29, .'Vnccn. 27, ( Court .No-
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Written for NEA' Servite

QUESTION. With a man on first

the left and center fielders. The

runner is almost 10 third base
when the "ball ia caught.' Can he'

be doubled H second base Ron Ronnie
nie Ronnie Finnell.

Apswert He ,can be doubled
at wcond base onlv by balng
tagged." He car be farced 'only
at first base! Ha eiost, of course; -touch"
saeond base returning te
first. .
Q." With two out and two strikes

on the' batter, a runner on third

base steals .home as the third

strike is Called on the batter.

What's the decision here Mrs,

Phyllis iBurscy.

A. The side-is. rlrsd and the-
run dees not count.' .,.-v.r
Q. The third barman lunging

for a well nit hopper down the
third base line collides with the
umpire there and the ball gets
through hini. Ii this a base hit or'
interference J-ick Scholby,

A. It's baM hit. -.

' For yeara, we accepted unquestionably the theory that base

ball Couldn't operate witnout a reserve ciause. vsapcwiwu
be destroyed because the rich clubs would grab off the bets players.-That
is the baste reason for the reserve clause, and lately

we'va found ourself wondering If it reauy nojai water. ; v
jfm auuma that t.h clans ha been declared illegal, wnat

would happen? First,- probably, there would be an attempt by
the owntrs to-preserve Uie. status quo through a 'gentlemen's

agreement They would set a payroll limit They would prom prom-iM
iM prom-iM not to nid each other's talent And lust to play it safe they

would offer five-year contracts to the outstanding starts, such a

Mantle, Mays, Aaron, Frank Koomson, Hern score.
These precautions alone might well suffice. But let's say
they didn't. Let's suppose that the players insisted on shopping
around end that the owners were tempted into violating tneir

own honor system.' We stall don't think any one club, or for that

matter, any few clubs would monopolize we maritei.-- s
. Flayer like the ones we've mentioned, pins several ethers,
would be asking $100,000 :i year or more- Not even the Yan-'
kee could afford an All-Star team with a payroll running close

te $2 million, or about three timet their present outlay,

More confusing is the European

gun oog system, with dogs work worked
ed worked on the opposite side from com common
mon common gun dog practice in America.

The side on which a dog should

oe wonted depends upon the work.

ine obedience fancy, largely an

outgrowth of bench showing, hand'

le their dogs from the left side,1
according to bench show practice
Obedience advocates feel that

handling from he left leaves the
right hand frre for other things.

and; since mont of us ere. right right-handed
handed right-handed this is an advantage.
Field dog men, after years' of

carrying- a shotgun cradled ia the
left arm so thit the muzzle is high

and awar fom gunniag compan companions,
ions, companions, find the riht side more con

venient., Double tmoothbore can

be draped easily over the left arm
when broken, and, in this position.

oiler a sale and easy metnod of

carryywhile a dog is being fram framed
ed framed or handled. .....

By holding the s'o:k down and

bringing tue barrel up, the gun
will be poinil -? safely awa from

man and doz when it clones..

When it omes to training a dog

for your own personal ose tl:ere

is bo reason why. you cannot have

ol your

keet Scores' reported! are left-o

vers from -Wednesday July 31:

Sotton'-' K. 2i
Ralph Dagas 21
Scbexnaydcr 21

Casanova zo

Loop i. .20
Johnston V , IS
Doug Smith ; IS

This would tend to knock down the argument that the best

players would get togeth-r and go to work ior one club, expect expecting
ing expecting to win the World Series and add that much more money to

their already substantial woi omy wouia it do out i
the question financially, but the players would realize that such

a maneuver mignt oeieat its purpose, jor u uiey raiy away wim

the race the gates wouia saner an over tne league.
' ,; ' 41 Outbid The Yankees '
We think it more likely that the outstanding players would

be spread around, one or. two to a club. Al Kaline might ask
tss.oon. The Yankees would like to have him. but they're already

paying two or three such salaries and they think twice about

taxing on anotner. -so ivaune siays wiui jjcitoh or iinaa sume
other club that win meet h'a terms. - ;
It ceulfl work another way. Maybe the Yankees can dig ae

that $85,000 for Kaline alter all. But along coma the Giants te

offer him $100,000; Where would they get that kind ef money?
Well, some ether clnb has pkkad off Mays and AntonellL

Since he no longer has those two sauries to worry about,
Horace btoneham can get pretty high for a man he wants and

might outbid the Yankees If they were already surfeited- witn

big salaries. '. 4

The Rainbow Mixed

which operates. vm Snn,w

Jhe jAlbcoox Bowler-drome, Is get-J

ub rji iopsy-iurvy affair.
The, team standings are being

.iiumcu ij h oecx oi cards, on only
ly only one club maintains its ace posi position,
tion, position, namely the Boyd Brothers
Insurance. Only six point- separate
the six teams. A winning streak on

K 1 ieai couio wrap up
the. bunting. '
, Boyd Brothers 3 C. A. High 1

Since it was the beginning of

uic iiiuuiu uaa w, insure tueir top

iusiuuu, me nova firomcrs col collected
lected collected ."pcenitums in! the form

winning line Scores from the con-

u"n lugn. ine con

tractors retused to pay in the first
game, so the insurance quintet
took forceful measures to collect

me uexi two games, plus the TP's.

Wltn their handier n fnnr f

xne wmmug group tabulated over

ouo pins jesse fate 529, Gonzalo
Torres 533. Erna Foster '522. and

jonnny uoneison 533. For the los losing
ing losing Cecil A. High Vic and Nita
Baugh, and flarl BleVins also click-

ea ior over S!, with 528, 560 and

an. ut iiia s series was a single
scratch jame of 190.

Ebonite 2 Carrlngton 2

au honors were even in this
match. -The Csrrington Canadians
were as smooth as their sponsor's
product in the opening and closing

out uie cuouuc lprnaooes
tore into the Canadians with-such
force in the second game that they
assured themseives the runnerup
spot in the league.
The toastmaster for the Cana Canadians
dians Canadians was Bernie Herman with a
resounding 541. followed hv tu,A

air, damsels, Bobby Millers 515

ana wane Muores 514. These two
ladies has It over their hnhhi..

For the Ebouites it was just the
opposite when Bill Gonzales and

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1 Li

I Grille Morehouse bet out the bet-

wr naives. UiU had a 522, and O O-riole
riole O-riole a big big 572. Nancy Gonza Gonzales
les Gonzales was Close with 509.
Smeot-Paraoes 4 Roytl Crown 0

ine autoists or Smoot-Parcdes
got sick and tired of being in the
cellar and took out their wratn on
the Koft-drink lads and lassies of

ttov.ii rown uoias. By trouncirg
the AC by a big margin the finioot-

rareoes came out of. the cellar
and tbeir victims are now lodged

" inn 8pm. -- -
The Marques family, Louie snd
Gloria, plus solo Jim Dailev drov

the carmen tj their victory. Glo Gloria
ria Gloria posted Sid. Lou 507 and Jim

$53.-For the Bottler which were
spilt, the trttered Royal Crown
rested on Eva Hill with her 517

score. None of her teamates went
over the half thousand tally.
' Mercuria' 1 P. A.' A. -I f i
A four-p'o .loss m the second
game deprived tha Jewelers ia
mopping up the- cl ppers for the
total four point. However the
Jewlers were very bppy with, the
three points and they are tied for,

third place. Young teener J n d

' t Journeymen Get Less

r 'Eveo the Washington Senators, could meet the price for at
least one top player. A pitcher like. Score might XUl their park
a dozen times a yean So they'd pay him $125,000 and make up
for it by skimping on the salaries of their lesser players. --
Here yen aaighf raise an objection. Hew could there be slash slashing
ing slashing ef salaries m av bidding war? We happen to think It would1
be inevitable. The best puyers would be se much in demand.1

and weedd hike payrolls se high, that the Journeymen would
have te settle far less than they're getting now.
.The players foraee this, which is why the great majority of

them r. m favor of a reservejeteuse. In a way It offers them clippers, whose only engine in the
unlonr protecUon. For their sake; we hope the cOuxts leave the. form of Red Caihot was working
clause alone., A3 we re pointing out it that it may be. possible, with 512 na.k. All the others just

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Bryant teamed up with Bill. Gal Gal-lahair
lahair Gal-lahair to cary the -brunt of at attack
tack attack 'Sgsrast the Clippers. Judy's
117 sad Bill s 535 did not help the

pull awiy from the Gems.

That giyes you all 3!
. Use eur Balancing Service

Remember.,. 4 BUT- V- V V.

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(louse Passes Bill
lo Reject Draftees
Of Low Intelligence
-WASHINGTON, Aug. 6 (UP) -The
Hous passed a bill yesterday
to let the Defense Department re reject
ject reject prospective draftees who are are-,
, are-, 'n't smart enough to man complex
atomic-aga -weapons.
Under th measnrt tha Army
may screen out registrants in the
horiorn 30 per cent I.Q. group. Ai
the law Jiow stands the army
piust accept draftees who pass
, Jheir physical unless they ara in
e lowest 10 percent I.Q. group.
"Hep. OTerton Brooks (D-La)
told the House the military should
be allowed to be more selective
in view of the present "huge mn-
fpwer pool."
Brooks pointed out that selec selective
tive selective service mental requirements
Vvere' lowered during the Korean
JlVar in 1951.
, He cited figures to show that
(be Army was forced to discharge
(,200 men in the last six months
W J956 because they weren't m m-Ulligent
Ulligent m-Ulligent enough to be trained. He
Slid this cost the Army an esu
mated eight million dollars.
The bill which, now goes to the
Renate, was approvea Juiy zs ny
ue House Armea services jom
knittaa whlrh artx) with near
Army officials all testified that
the measure would contribute to
hilitary economy, efficiency and
Assistant Defense Secretary
William H. Francis Jr. told the
committee' that the cream of the
- nation's youth is needed to oper
ate complex new weapons. He
aaid the old regulations force the
Army to induct men who can not
tisncUe tne Jods k must iiu.
; The Defense Department, re
iueited the legislation in July on
the same day it issued a bepiem
ber draft call for only 8,000 men,
The call was 3.000 below the Au
Cust figure and the smallest since
April, wnen e.owi men were
' -AaMMw rVmirmaii Pari Vin-
on (D-Ga) said 39 per cent of
I he men drafted this year were
a the lowest of tne four intelli intelligence
gence intelligence categories. He added that
bea in this bracket are involved
n 52 per cent of the Army's dis
:iplinary cases. ,'
inSshled Forces
.iOman Prepare
Assault Posiiions
tfSHRSTN Ana C (VP I Rork-
t-armed RAP Venoms kept rebel
troops pinned down tooay wnue
British-fed forces of the Sultan
' fwTsolidsted their Jump off posi positions
tions positions for the first ground asault
to 'the enemy' held mountains,
i Brig. J. R. Robertson,' Commsn-
har tit thm fiultan'i fnrri Mtak.
Iished a tactical headquarters for
tne imminent ground asssuic at
dU. tremendous terrsin difficul
I J ..
t M' mjuury rpoKeemaa said an
llr;lift of fuel supplies to the ad-
besced base U aearty completed,
lie' confirmed that Cameroniaa
f racial Scouts and tba Northera
rrontier Regiment of the M-.s-
Iat Field Force will participate in
ie assault.
IV t also praised the work of the
Ml in Bmitiag rebel f round
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Navy To Mothball
60 Ships; Iowa
Will Be Included
The Navy announced today it will
out 60 ships in mothballs during
the next five months in an effort
to cut expenses and conform with
the Pentagon economy drive.
1 The 60 ships, now in the facuic
and Atlantic fleets, will include
the battleship Iowa.
Defense Secretary Charles
Wilson has ordered the armed
forces to cut spending by $2,200, $2,200,-000,000
000,000 $2,200,-000,000 and manpower by 100,000
men during the iz montns mat
began July 1.
The Navy's share of the man
power cut is about 15,000 men by
Jan. 1, but its share of the spend spending
ing spending slash haa not been revealed.
The .Navy said its actions "are
necessary adjustments within the
operating forces to permit the
most effective employment of the
personnel and funds which will be
available to the Navy during fiscal
year 1958."
The Navy said a number of
modern vessels, either newly built
or modernized, will be placed in
operation during the coming 12
months to offset mothballing of
the ships now in the fleet.
The new ships will include con conventional
ventional conventional and nuclear powered
submarines, 'destroyers and the
super aircraft carrier Ranger,
which will be commissioned next
Saturday. The Ranger is a 60,000 60,000-ton
ton 60,000-ton carier of the Forrestal class.
Mature Citizens
To Weigh Merit
Of Scandal Trial
Jury selection in the "Confiden "Confidential"
tial" "Confidential" magazine criminal libel trial
was hastened today with attor attor-eys
eys attor-eys for both sides placing their
trust in the hands of mature
citizens who will weigh evidence
relating to allegtd obscenity.
Most of those appearing on the
S respective jury panel reported
aving previous experience with
trial procedure. Oi those called,
only two were unritr 40 and most
listed themselves as retired or as
housewives married to retired
On trial were Fred and Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Mead, operators of Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Research Inc.. West Coast
agency (or "Confidential" and
"Whisper" magazines. There wss
an indication that the legal impli implication
cation implication of only two defendants
would plague the prosecution ef effort
fort effort to get a conviction on charges
of conspiracy to commit libeL
"Let the record show that all
defendants are present," Superior
Judge Herbert V. Walker an an-nounced,
nounced, an-nounced, a '4ing that in his view
they inc'uded the magszines and
their distributors.
Defense attorney Arthur Crowl Crowley
ey Crowley ssid he mesnt that only the
Meads were 'present and readv."
Deputy District Attorney Wil William
liam William L. Ritzi stressed in his
questioning of jurors that one of
the charges to be made would
involve dissemination of illegal
information about abortions.
Crowley objected on grounds
the charee refemnr to abortions
and male rejuvenation concerned
only advertising and not articles
in magazines.
"I don't agree with you," Judge
Walker told Crowley.
One prospective woman Juror
a nurse, subsequently was chal challenged
lenged challenged by the defense on grounds
she might be prejudiced toward
testimony abort abortions.
More than 100 leading movie
stars and filmland figures were
under suboena all on "two-hour
call" awaiting the defense at attempt
tempt attempt to pros the truth of spicy
stories printed about .them.
"As much a I dislike putting
these people on the stand," Crowl Crowley
ey Crowley warned, "it looks like I hart
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coli. i .:i '-:,
Negro Rapes Girl,
Abducts Boy Friend
Ai Pistol Point
Negro kidnaped and twice raped
an 18-year-old pregnant carhop
ioaay and aooucted net boy
friend with a tfistol at his head
when she got hysterical and start
ed screaming.
At last report, Bill Jenkins1, the
escort, was still missing and de
tective a. u. Howerton aaid:
"There is no telling what hap happened
pened happened to that boy. Wa may find
him dead."
, All police on Fort Worth's north
side were ordered to, check the
trunks of all parked automobiles,
paying' particular attention to
four-door Fords of 1948 to 1951
' The girl was raped twice. She
told police- she has a 2-yeairold
child in" Alabama, from where she
came to Fort Worth, five weeks
She said she It pregnant three
months., though she divorced her
husband about" two weeks ago.
She said she met Jenkins while
she was carhopping and that he
had taken her home several times.
The Negro made Jenkins drive
to the north bank of Marine
Creek. He made him gt into the
trunk of his car and slammed it
shut. Getting into the back seat
of the car with the girl, he or ordered
dered ordered her to take off her clothes.
He pulled off her clothes him himself
self himself and ravished her. Then he
pulled Jenkins out of the car's.
trunk and made him watch while
he raped her a second time.
The Negro took S6 from Jenkins
and U from her. she said. That
didn't satisfy him and he de demanded
manded demanded more money. She told
him. ahe had $60 in a drawer in
her room.
The girl said the Negro made
Jenkins drive them to her room
ing house but that when they ar
rived, she got hystetical an.l
started screaming. It woke up her
Negro put a pistol to Jenkins'
Negro put a istol to Jenkins
head and make him drive away.
Canal Zone
United Stat District Court Tm The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
lfaraarei K. SmaU nlatnbff. va. w
d trick B. Small, defendant. Sununons
Case No. iU Civil Docket- 81 Action
for Divorce.
To the obovejuuned defendant;
you are nereby reqetred to appear
ana answer me eomDiaim mea in tne
abovontitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
. In case- ot your failure to ao appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
nufiiM we Honorable Gumrle F.
Crowe. Juda. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
wis jiuguet a. issi.
C. T. McCeraklek, Jr.
Br Sara do la Feoo
Chief Deouty Clerk
To Frederick B. Small
The foreaoln summons is served no
on you by publication pursuant to th
oroer or tne Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judcc United 8tates District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated August S. 1S1T. and enter.
ed and filed m this action in the of-
flee of the Of of aaid United States
District Court for the Dlviaioa of BaL
boa, on Auguet S, 1SST.
c. T. atecenak-, tr.
' Clerk -
IHr Sara de la Fena
Chief Deputy Clerk
TEL 2-2374
Corner -H" Dariea St.


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Dedicates Week To Teenagers;

Raps Films About
NEW YQHK (UP Evangelist
Billy Graham: convinced that ju juvenile
venile juvenile delinquency can be stamped
out, revealed Sunday- night the
great percentage who .have come
forward to' jnake "decisions" at
his crusader are between the. ages
of 16 and 21. '
Speaking bpiore 19,200 persons
in Madison Square Garden, Gra Graham
ham Graham offered parents six suggesr
tions on how to curb juvenile
delinquency,; -,
1. "Take time with i your chil children."
dren." children."
2. "Set your children a good ex
3. "Give your children ideals for
4. "Have a lot of activities
planned for your children."
5. "Discipline your children."
6. "Teach them about God."
r.riham. whose crusade to save
Now York h;:s been ex t e n d e d
thrnueh An. 81'. said her would
devote the week of Aug. 11 to
teen-agers. . : -(.'
Tf the Communists can fill a
stadium with young folks, I don't
whv wa can't fill the garden
for a week with young peopie,- ne
mnuioa tclpuisirui and lewd ntera-
tnr fnV the 'unDrecedented outf
hralr of teen-ttee violence in New
York at the moment, me worm
Csrnllna revivaUSt saia, u seema
that some of our teen-agers have
gone wild.
Um vmm1 that manv teen-agers
in America, are troubled by the
sex urge.
Group Plans March
On Nuclear Sile
To Prolesl A-Tesl vKfiAS. Nev.. Aug. 6 (UP)
all erouo of ''concerned
Americans" held workshop aessione
yesterday for a prayer vigu auu
civil disobedience project to be
launched at the U.S. atomic test
site on the 12th anniversary of
the bombinb of ILrsdhima today.
Lawrence Scott, of Chicago, co coordinator
ordinator coordinator for the Committee on
Non-Violent Action Against Nu Nuclear
clear Nuclear Weapons, said that regard regardless
less regardless of. whether a scheduled test
firing, was held today, the
demonstrators would assemble in
the hot desert sun to protest the
"senseless folly" of testing stomic
devices. ...
"A group of concerned Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, having informed the govern government
ment government of their .intention, will walk
into the nuclear test tone in Ne Nevada,"!
vada,"! Nevada,"! Scott ssid.h
Scott ssld the open but non nonviolent
violent nonviolent defiance of the Atomic
Energy Com mission would begin
at Camp Mercury, Nev., entrance
to the -testing grounds where
armed guards have announced
they will repulse any attempt, to
enter. r
The AEC meantime scanned
weather condition to determine
whether- it would 1 go ebead with
firing -ot the .nominal yield
"Stokes' device today or det
onate another, the "Shasta" shot,
postponed from last week be because
cause because of unfavorable weather con
ditions. -
The Stokes blast was set tenta tentatively
tively tentatively tor this afternoon
from a belium-fifled balloon 1,500
feet above the proving grounds.
One or the other maybe fired
but not both the AEC said..
. Sometime before t Friday, the
day set for endiag the civil dis
ebedience, Seotf-said tie attempt
would be made to enter the testing
area. He stressed that the group
was willing to suffer "loss of lib liberty
erty liberty by imprisonment and some
members "even loss of h'e if nec necessary
essary necessary In order te register our

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Sex, Sin, Alcohol
t Many: movies- have featured
sex," sin and alcohol," he de declared.
clared. declared. -"Millions of teen-agers see
hundreds oi acts of violence on
their TV screens weekly. They
can buy lurid, lewd sex literature
oa almost any newsstand, and
their, minds have become satur saturated
ated saturated with the !esmy side of life."
Before the service, Graham
spoke to approximately 1,500 per
sons who were unable to get seats
in the packed Garden. His wife,
Ruth,; spoke briefly and then the
evangelist- explained he met her
"about 14 or 15 or 16 years ago on
the campus." v t
Graham said he was bitten by
the "love bug" then but that he
loves his wife million times
more now."
Attendance brought the erusade
total to 1,395,300. A total-of 485
new "decisions for Christ'-' raised
the number for the crusade to
42,367. -:f
Guns, Hot Dice, Are
Loaded In Philly
Floating Crap Game
largest jtnd oldest floating crap
game in PhiladelpV ws broken
Ills lain Sundav bv five bandits
who forced some 60 gamblers to
strip to theu- shorts ana escapea
With an' estimated fifty thousand
dollars..- : ,'C'
. Pniif saiH thev had been try
ing -to locate the crap game for
. .... 1 .n
more tnan a year dui nu w
Ko-ffaUrf hv its floatine character.
Thsv. lat exnected to find it
where they did is the respectable
Graduate Club, rv v
' Four of the Danaiis: escapea iu
s black sedan, but a fifth, Leon Leon-rd
rd Leon-rd J .Led 34. of PhiladelphUi
was arrested at the scene when a
victim pointed him out to police
saying,, mat s one or. m.
The crap game was being held
i the third floor of a building
owned by the respectable Gradu
at Club- of South Philadelphia
The elub sub-lets the top floor to
the Friends of Italian Culture
which. in turn, rented tne hoot
for-a' Sunday "wedding ,-recep-
Then tne eamoiers movea in.
All would have been well for the
interlopers except that policemen
Donald Friel and -James; Graut
were pasing by in their cruiser
when they saw a small crowd on
the street In front of the club and
a man shouted there were "men
with shotguns' inside.
. Friel and Grant kicked in the
frnnt rinnr and found the building
dark. But their-flashlights picked
out a number of r au in tneir
shorts, biding behind furniture.
Tvo U.S. Navy Subs
Smack Under Valer;
Damage Said Slight
NEW LONDON,. Conn.. Aog. 6
rUPl Two U. Navy subma
rines collided usder water at dawn
today in the Atlantic Ocesn about
100- miles south of nere. d m-
age was minor ana were were
no Injuries, the Navy reported.
Each craft has a crew oi 74 mea
and B officers. t-.
Th two submarines wera en
gaged in maneuvers at the- time.
The NavY said an investigation
will be eonducte mio ut cause
of the accident. -
The Cobbler, built By ue nee
trie Boat Division of General Dy
namics Corp., st nearby Grot on.
was tommlssiooed in August, ism.
It ia in command of lioyi G.
Telca of Norfolk, Va.
The Tusk was eommmionej s
year laur and was the last sub submarine
marine submarine to be built by the Cramp
Shipbuilding Co., oi Philadelphia,
which turned out suoraartses aur aur-ing
ing aur-ing World War IL IX Cmdr. H.
F. Morgan, Jr el Grotoo, Conn.,
is U command .-

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Teamster; Officials: Take
5th Amendment At Probe

a ne iseuate. iaoor itacxets com
mittee today traced the ''bouncing
charter" of one Of hoodlum Kjohn
ny Dio's union locals to the hands
of two Teamster- Union, officials.
They promptly took the Fifth
Sam Getlan, who- Operates a
union", of coin machine owners
and repairmen in several South-
em New York counties,? said he
got the charter from Milton Holt,
secretary-treasurer of Teamsters
Local 805 in New York. He said
Holt happened to have, one "lying
around.' '.i- :
Holt, -called to the witness chair,
invoked he Fifth Amendment
against possible self-incrimination
and refused even to say what his
business was. Committee Counsel
fiODen o. Kennedy described him
as an associate of Dio.
The second ticht-litmed Tpsm.
ster was Philip Kazansky, : de.
scribed, by the committee as an
official of Teamster Local ,269.
Kansky ;toM the committee
nothing exceot that he
from Monticellb, N.Y., and t'that
his answers: might incriminate
. '.-'-t T1 ..-rt
Kazanskr invnVA I i .Vifth
Amendments times "and Holt 21.
iCommittee ChiirmafTH John I..
McClellan (D-Ark) brought out
that Holt continued to serve as
a union official while under in indictment
dictment indictment for perjury.
The committee's inquiry fo focused
cused focused on the charter for .Local
228 of the AFL United Auto
Workers Union. It was issued
through Dio who was director of
uie union s mew xorK operations.
Dio, .whose real name da
guard), was convicted July 25 of
cuuspu-iug io get -i money rxom

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Defense 'Secretary Charles E.
Wilson said today he has "no
difference of opinion", with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower over a J contro
versial budget reform plan now
awaiting House action.
Wilson, center of many s Wash
ington storm, issued the state
ment i following. puDUcauon oi
congressional testimony in which
he appeared to criticize tne plan
despite its strong presidential
backing. ;
He said his critical comments
were not aimed at the Jtmdget
plan at all but. at another prob
lem" eonnected with defense
contracting.,, f'-:': -.Y-v"';
"There Is no diffrence of
opinion whatsoever-' between the
President and myseu m regard
to this matter," Wilson said. As
a. matter of fact, he added, his
curent budget practices are in
line with the DTODOsaL
The defense secretary issued
the three paragraph statement
few hour alter an incredulous
White House claimed he had been
misinterpreted and sent for a
copy of the Wilson testimony.
"per -The bih
Press Secretary James C. Hag-
erty said "we are for the bill and
we have not changed our position.
We are strongly for the bill. The
President is on record snd the
President has so informed the
Defense IrTrtmeTtt."
Haeerty announced subsequent
ly that Wilson would issue his own
statement wmcn was lortncoming
about two hours later
The disputed plan, proposed by
the Hoover Commission on gov
ernment reorganization, was sp-
fproved unanimously by the Senate
and new la awaiting House action.,
Under it.' Congress would vote
funds for federal agencies on a
year-to-year basis. i
Some deportments, sucn ss de defense,
fense, defense, now receive funds years in
advance because they must con-
tract for items which take years
to deliver. Congress still would
authorise such contracts. But It
nnti I Bended
Rankers of the n an contend
would give Congress tighter eon-

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employers to ensure labor peace.
He still (is under indictment in the
acid blinding abf. labor columnist
Victor Riesel.- - A.
The Senate committee hai
charged that,. Teamster Vice Pres President
ident President James H. Hoffa worked
with Dio and his hoodlums in 'an
effort to clamp a truck-and-ship
stranglehold on New: York and the
rest of Ihe Atlantic seaboard.
The committee has heard testi testimony
mony testimony that Dio's locals of. the
AFL UAW and some of the
Teamster locals which Hoffa set
up with Dio's help r signed labor
contracts which provided "XtiAy the
legal minimum wage and gave
workers no other benefits.
The refusal of Holt; and Kazan Kazan-sky
sky Kazan-sky j to discuss their activities
prompted Sen.. Karl E. Mundt
(R-SD) i tori declare I that "the
people aria ; getting inpatient"
over -organized labor's delay in
"taking action in such flagrant
eases."rt .'


? Geflas the day's nly talkative
witness; C o n c e d d that thejs

aa Localize or:th2rr.iW

JaM,Tm -tiri... -!..- i i.
jewelry workers, exists onlv tn
protect the '"locations" of the coin
machines of f its members. t
It a ;,norninion"operator in installed
stalled installed machines, .he said, they
would, be picketed and the mer merchant
chant merchant holding, the location would
get no deliveries.
Getlan testified he had hn
linked with": coin machines sinca
1823, including a time in 1928-29
when he was an "agent" servic servicing
ing servicing slot machines in New Vnrk'e
Harlem for gambler Frank Cos-

Dio-rtello. He said, he had a j7,000-a

week slot .machine business in
Florida' in the ,mo',u
trol over the government's purse purse-strings.
strings. purse-strings. Foes argue that it only
would lead to waste.
Wilson, cenitr of many past con controversies,
troversies, controversies, wis asked about the
proposal when he appeared at a
closed-door session' of the House
subcommittee July 1 to testify on
the defense budget, .:
Transcript Made Public
A transcript made public yes yesterday
terday yesterday ( showed Wilson replied that
the military now Was spending at
rate of $40,?00,000,000 a year' He
aaid he was seeking ways to cut
this $2,250,000,000 tp keep it within
tor President's budget estimate.
If the Hoover Commission pro proposal
posal proposal were in effect, nd no funds
were carried ever from year to
year the dafense secretary ssid,
he" might face the problem of
whscking snother two billion dol dollars
lars dollars off spending to keep it within
. munt Congress appropriated
"Then we really would be in
trouble because we are already ia
trouble by $250,000,000," Wilson
f ld'v wou,d. 1)4 in trouble for
two billion dollars niofe.".
- "That wild lust
those big shifts in the militsri
f'v;iu wmcn nave neen so ex
pensive in the past snd watte so
much money, and endanger the
security of the nation, the -defense
chief said.
Asked about Wilson's statement,
Haeerty emnhastzed that r.iun.
hower still wss strongly for the
iegisiauon. tie also said he did
not think Wilson's critical remarks
were aimed at the budget reform.
rather at a "partial financins
plan which be said would result.
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As Tension In Cuban Crisis

: SANTIAGO, Cubi, Aug. 6 (UP)
The wives of American iechm iechm-eians
eians iechm-eians are fleeing this rebel m m-ested
ested m-ested city because "no one knows
Xvhat is really going on here, "t
was reported today.
J Ten ol 15 wives of U. U. em em-Mnve
Mnve em-Mnve of the Texas Company's 14-
jnilliori-dollar refinery in Santiago
have left this troubled provincial
capital in the past tew aays. uui uui-irs
irs uui-irs are expected to leave soon.
Unconfirmed reports sail the
Company is seeking airplane space
tn mnv ill of its American em-
tiinvac and their families to Ha
vana until order can be restored
jn Santiago.
SJantiagp, capital of Onente
province and long a hotbed of re rebellion
bellion rebellion against Batista, has been
parrlyzed since Wednesday night.
. Latest reports said some stores
tvere open but tended only by
owners or managers and i that
there were no customers. Banks
were open unaer armeu
and operated by executive ierson-
The anti-government "general
strike" which has paralyzed nor normal
mal normal activity here for five days
continued unabated today, despite
a Cuban Army offer to provide
strikebreaking workers for firms
that want to reopen.
Armed soldiers afl'l police .man .manned
ned .manned .Havana buses today as the
govamnterit of President I'ulgen-
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Dangerous Curves!
Riotous Fun! in a
mad, merry chase

cio Batista tired to prevent a rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary general strike already
paralyzing' Santiago, from speak speaking
ing speaking tc the capital.
An attempt to spread the strike
to Havana appeared to have fail failed.
ed. failed. In Havana, about half the staff
of the Chase Manhattan Bank's
staff stayed away from work yes

Dulles Praises 'Human Qualities'
Of U. S. Envoy To Cuba Earl Smith

Seretary of State John Foster
Dulles at his news conference
today gave an unqualified vote
of confidence to the United
States Ambassador to Cuba, Earl
T. Smith.
The secretary said that Smith
may not have been technically
warranted in his condemnation
of police brutality during a dem demonstration
onstration demonstration against P r e s ident
Fulganclo Batista In Santiago,
Cuba last Wednesday. But the
secretary regarded it as a very
human statement that reflected
the human qualities of the am ambassador.
bassador. ambassador. In response to a question.
Dalles said he had seen Smith's
Family Man's Plea
Results In 1-Year
Suspended Sentence
The theft of two rubber floor
mats from a car belonging to a
Corgas Hospital nurse drew a oiie oiie-year
year oiie-year sentence which was suspend suspended
ed suspended for a period of three years for
the defendant, Juan Bautists Gra Gra-jales.
jales. Gra-jales. Pleading guilty to the charge
of petit larceny after a previous
conviction, the 23-year-old Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, who said he was employ employed
ed employed as a carpenter by the Pana Panama
ma Panama government, pleaded that he
is the sue support of hij wife,
three children and a mother.
The government recommended
an 18-month suspended sentence
for the defendant who sole the $2
mats from nurse Marjorie See See-ley's
ley's See-ley's car which had been parked
near the OB ward at Gorgas on
J line 30.
Assistant District Attornsy Mor Morton
ton Morton Thomson told the court that
he had verified the fact that Gra Gra-jale3
jale3 Gra-jale3 really supported his family.
"In so many cases they just say
they do, but he actually supports
them," Thomson stated.
Grajales had been in uil inrp
nis arrest on June 30. He
previously been convicted of
tit larceny in Balboa in 1952.

Army Awards 11 RP Concerns
Contracts Costing $310 J 83

Eleven local concerns were a a-wardea
wardea a-wardea contract by U.S. Army
CaribDean curing the latter weens
of June, adding 310,7B3.V5 to the
economy of the Republic of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, the command engineer an announced
nounced announced this week.

Over $52 millions in local con-!went to H. I. Homa Company for
tracts, purchases, payrolls and'4,900.

services were contributed to tne
country's economy by the U. S.
Armea Forces in the Canal Zone
during 1956, headquarters Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command announced a few
months ago in April.
Three contracts totaling SG8,i30
were let to the Electric Service
Co. for the rehabilitation of cold
storage rooms in Fort Kobbe, Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Oulick and Davis; and for the
construction of telephone cable ter terminal
minal terminal hut buildings in Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador and Curundu.
Dillon ana Hickman Construc Construction
tion Construction Co., were awarded a contract
to rehabilitate the Officer's Mess,
Fort Kobbe, for $47,776.
Tropical Paint Company was a
warded a contract totaling $36,465
for painting the exterior ot various
buildings throughout the command
and Industries Uniedas, S.A. was
eiven a $7,443 contract for addi
y lions to buildings Nr., 31 and 40
at Amador. v
A $2,717 contract for the modifi modification
cation modification of the electric lighting sys system
tem system ia self service supply budding
lumber 712, Corozal, was let to L.
R. Sommer.
The Bildon, Inc., is to repair
Concrete in buildings at Fort Sher-
ma for $lt.79 and the rehabiu rehabiu-tatkm
tatkm rehabiu-tatkm of family quarters number
20 at Fort Carton U to be ac-


terday, and the Cuban Continentat
Bank also was aiteciea. mosi din diner
er diner firms continued business- as
usual. 1
A spokesman for Batista said
business leaders have condemned
the walkout as a "political strike"
organized by 'terrorists, Commu Communists
nists Communists and hidden elements."
Batista himself; who spent- the
report on the incident and
that he regarded the ambassa ambassador's
dor's ambassador's remarks, which have
raised the objections of some
Cuban officials, as well bal balanced.
anced. balanced. He pointed out that Smith had
deplored that his visit had been
the cause of the demonstration.
As well as condemning the
form of restraint used by the po
The secretary voiced hope
the Cuban government will be.
understandine in appraising
the ambassador's remarks.
He reiterated he felt that
Smith's condemnation of police
brutality was something anyone
of flesh and blood would have
He said he was glad the am ambassador
bassador ambassador showed human quali qualities
ties qualities and was not merely a me mechanical
chanical mechanical Instrument of diploma diplomacy.
cy. diplomacy. When Dulles was asked wheth whether
er whether he cared to comment on the
Cuban situation, he laughed and
said he would be a lot worse off
than Smith in terms of diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic relations if he did that.
Civil Defense
Slates Special
A special meeting of the com
bined Civil Defense Volunteer
Coprs of the towns of Margarita,
New Cristobal and Gatun will
meet tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the
Margarita Service Center. Sgt.
Paul R. Walker of the Fire Divi
sion will conduct the meeting.
Philip L D. Dade, chief of Civil
Defense, and Charlotte Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy Women's Volunteer coor coordinator,
dinator, coordinator, will be present. All
members of the townslte Civil'
Defense Volunteer Corps are
urged (to attend.
The Gamboa Civil Defense
Volunteer Corp will meet on
Thursday. 8.30 am. at the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Civic Center. Mrs. Charlotte
Kennedy will conduct the meet
ing due to the absence of Ralph
Edwards. All members are urir-
ea to auena
The general public is invited
to both of these meetings.
complished by the E. 0. Hauke
Construction Company for J39,6;4.
Contracts totalling $36,310 went
to H. R. Knapp, S.A. for the reha rehabilitation
bilitation rehabilitation of steam distribution and
hot water systems at the QM
Laundry at Curundu, and the tiling
nf thp CuninHii wtmmintr nnnl
Servicio Brouwer was given a
contract to paint the USARCARIB
school building, Fort Gulick, for
$15,790 and Federal Roofing and
Federal Roofing and Painting are
to reroof and- repair the laundry
at Fort Gulick for r.2,192.V5.

Skelton Scores British

NEW i'ORK. Aug. 6 (UP (UP-Comedian
Comedian (UP-Comedian Red Skeiion charged to today
day today that British press tactics
forced him to tell his 9-year old
son he is dymr of leukemia.
Skelton, wht. set out 28 days
ago to show the dying boy the
wonders of the world, brought him
back to the U. S. al.ead of sched schedule
ule schedule with harp words for Britons
who charged tie trip was a Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood publicity stunt.
He said blaring headlines and
questions asked at a London news
conference made It necessary to
tell red-haired Richard Skelton
that be is sufierUc from a blood
cancer for which there i no cure.
Skeltoa lost his composure at
an airport press conference here
when he told of meeting reporters
in iis hotel in London.
There were wmt remarks
about this dying boy and it was


day yesterday' at his military
headquarters at Camp Columbia
on the outsikrts of Havana; could
not be reached immediately for
comment. r
At the same time, the leaders
of six opposition parties came to
the support of u. 9. AmDassaaor
Earl T. : Smith woo Js under
heavy criticism from pro
government newspapers and con congressmen
gressmen congressmen for charging police used
"excessive measures" to stop an
anti-government demonstration by
Cuban women in Santiago.
Ordered Censorship s
The opposition, leaders charged
the Batista government suspended
constitutional guarantees and
clamped on censorship in order
to "silesce" the ambassador's
statement. '
The statement, they said, re reflected
flected reflected a "real and objective im impression
pression impression of the excesses of force
undei? which the Cuban people
have lived since March 10, 1952,"
when Batista seized power;
An America0 construction firm
building a refinery for the Shell
Oil Co. in the Havana outskirts
was forced to suspend operations
today when only a handful of its
1,700 workers showed up at the
So fai, efforts to t leup Havana
by a" general strike were eoncen
trated on the transportation serv services.
ices. services. But with soldiers and police
manning the buses which regular
drivers had abandoned, : urban
transport appeared to be back to
Closed Radio Station;
Police raided and closed a radio
statios today after unidentified
persona used Its microphones to
urge all workers to leave their
jobs "because the shooting is a a-bout
bout a-bout to start." The station nor
mally broadcasts only musie.
It was not determined immedi
ately whether any station person
nel were arrested but the station
went off the air five minutes after
the call to the workers was broad
Communications Minister Ra
mon Vascancelos urged the gov
ernment to organize military
groups to replace any workers
who might go on strike.
President Batista asured his
followers that "there will be no
Will Crush Strike
Auy attempt at a general stop
page "will be crushed promptly
as demanded by the security of
our families, the preservation of
public order well being a -id
peace," Batista warned. He said
those joining the strike would be
dealt with as "terrorists and sab saboteurs."
oteurs." saboteurs." Heavy police forces were con
centrated in strategic positions is
downtown Havana and the sub suburbs.
urbs. suburbs.
Leaflets signed by the. "Revo
lutionary Directorate" were dis
tributed in the streets calling on
workers to loin the "general
strike for the liberation of Cuba."
House Extends
Time For Filing
POW Claims
The Senate today passed and sent
to the House legislation extending
to Aug. 21, 1956, the time lor fil filing
ing filing claims by former presioners
of war.
The original deadline was Aug.
21, 1955. The Foreign Claims Set Settlement
tlement Settlement Commission requested the
extension to make If gal the handl handling
ing handling of claims received after that
nauseating for me and my wife,"
Skelton said. "It was shocking to
the boy, because he knew nothing
about this. Then I had to-explaia
Skelton blamed most of the
British oresi criticism on "one
assinine .-e porter who took a aaiL
dipped it in venom and wrote."
When Skelton left Los Angeles.
July with his wife, Georgia,
Richard, and his daughter, Valea Valea-Una,
Una, Valea-Una, 13, he said the family might
travel clear ground the world, if
the trip proved a success.
Sut instead, the Skeltons sud suddenly
denly suddenly packed up ad left Britain
by air for the VS. last nigbt,
cancelling plans to spend a week
in Ireland.
Skeltoa told newsmen bere h
bore no us bee a?aast the Brit British
ish British press for a "take the boy
home" campaign.' But he acknow-


Yankee stars Enoa Slaughter and Bill Skowron".1 Left to right

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Cotton, Doug Chassm, Brian

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Nixon Accused
Of Scuttling
Civil Rights
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B. Johnson accused Vice
President Richard M. Nixon to
day of leading a "political propa
eanda" canroaisu which has re
suited in a veto threat against the
Scaled-down civil rights bill. ;
; His statement, stemmed from a
reoort that President Eisenhower
would veto the bill which the Sen
ate is set to pass later this ween
The chief exctutive was represent
ee as aaam"iiy uiihuku- f
present form of the Senate1! juiry
trial amendment. ; ;
Asked about the report, Johnson
said "it looks like a concerted
propaganda campaign headed by
the vice president, who heard very
Utile of the discussion on the bill.
Called A "Sad Day"
Asked why he tingled out Nixon
as leader of the "concerted prop propaganda
aganda propaganda campaign," Johnson cited
the vice president's comment that
it was a "sad. day" for the' Sen
ate when the jury trial amend
ment was attached to pe mirs
right-to-vote section last week.' m
Johnson countered that, "this
talk about the Senate refusal to
waive tne right of trial by jury
being a dilution of the bill is politi political
cal political nrntiBiixnda." j ."
With voting on amendments end
ed, the Senate officially put asiae
the rights bill today to work on
other business. Johnson hoped the
final vote on passage could be tak taken
en taken Wednesday or Thursday.
The bill then will go bacito
the House where a big new battU
was shaping up. The fight will be
over, whether the House should ac accept
cept accept the Senile version or attempt
to seek a compromise with an administration-backed
bill the House
approved earlier this year.
, Want A Compromise
The administration wants Con Congress
gress Congress to try to work out a" com compromise
promise compromise measure d e s p i t e the
threat of a deadlock that would
mean no civil ngnu legisiauou
this sesion.
The Justice Department and oth
er sections of the President's offi
cial family called the Senate ver
sion ol the Dill "woeruuy maae maae-quate"
quate" maae-quate" and unacceptable.
They centered their fire on the
provision for jury trials in crim criminal
inal criminal contempt cases. They said it
would cover not only voting ngnu.
but all other criminal contempt
cases brought by the federal gov
Weirfd Create Chaee -
Ther said this would cause
chaos in the federal courts by in interfering
terfering interfering with cases arising un
der a variety of laws, raeiuamg
labor cases, anti-trust violations,
Federal Trade Commission mat
ters nd other. f
Hi?n administration sources said
(hat st tli vert minimum Eisen
hower wants the jury trial provi
sion limited to voting rights cases.

Press' Publicity Charge

ledged that .he was hurt by
charges that ho would fry to cap capita
ita capita hie on Ms own son's battle
against leukemia.
During the news conference,
Skelton sat with hs arm, around
Rchard. The boy said he ,wa
feeling "fine." and Skeltoa said
Richard' iluWss is ia whst dor dor-tors
tors dor-tors caff, a "remission period." ;
. He's -not getting say worse,
and he's not getting any better,"
Skeltoa taid.-"btit he's taking his
medicine ad following the advice
of bis doctor - i
. "I plaa a aormal life for my
on." '
Skelton tnd his eon both wore
black velvn buatiag caps covered
with ersits jod medals given
them on their tour. Despite their
ImihlM Clcbna ftut tha ntire
family thougnt the trip was a

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Mjamie Undergoes 2 Hours Of Surgery

First Lady s
Mrs. Eisenhower underwent a two two-hour
hour two-hour internal operation by a gy gynecologist
necologist gynecologist at Walter Reed Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital this morning while the Presi President
dent President conferred in the White House
with Republican leaders.
The White House would s say
only that the sugery dealt with
a "benign condition" not can cancerous
cerous cancerous and had been planned
for some time. It was net an
emergency operation, .,
The surgeon was "Dr" Humbert
L, Riva, a colonel in the Army
Medical Corps, a gynecologist,
Mrs.' Eisenhowei', 59, .was re reported
ported reported hy hite .House press sec secretary
retary secretary James C. Hagerty to be
Deflafed Ego Might
Gels 6 Months
A young Panamanian who
Apparently considers himself a
"Wsr shot" was sent to the Gam-
boa .penitentiary to think It
over; for six months, v v..'.-'
Public Defender William J.
Sheridan, Jr.; told the District
Court Judge today that Manuel
Cedefto, a 19-year-old defendant
convicted on two counts of bur burglary,
glary, burglary, has an extremely Inflated
opinion' of himself. (
"I, can't sajr that his actions
support his theory' added sner sner-idan.
idan. sner-idan. He told the Judge however,
that he didn't ; feel Cedefio's
crimes merited the penitentiary,
; "it he can only get over the
Idea that he is a big shot, I think
he would be alright"
Cedefto pleaded guilty to two
charges of burglary involving
thefts from a garage ana
maid's room on Plank Street In
Balboa on July 10 and July 8
In addition. It was brought out
by the eovernment that the
youth had also cut the screen in
another house ahd made off
with some tea bags and cleans
ing powder.
Judge Guthrie r. Crowe re-i
marked that although- Cedefto
had no previous record, he felt
the youth knew what he was do doing.
ing. doing. On the first charge. Crpwe
sentenced Cedefto to spend six
months at hard labor at the
Gamboa penitentiary. On the
second count, be Imposed ft two-
year sentence suspended for
period of five years.
The defendant, who .looks
much younger than 19, listed his
occupation as a food -vendor, at
the Panama, public market.
"The kids bad a lot of fun
he said. "Probably we would still
be there but both of them are anx anxious
ious anxious to see their little friends back
home." - -..'
Red-hair ,-d'Rfchaid smiled and
Joked with hit father. He told re reporters
porters reporters ins biggest thrill was
meeting Pope Phii XH is Rome.
He said he also enjoyed a, tour
of Stockholm -
An airline employe said Skelton
told him fee had received vbun.
dreds" of sympathetic letters
from all over firitein offering pos
sible -cures for Richard. Skelton
said be would let Richard's dor.
tors look thera over.
"Tbey ss?zested cures and told
us the names of people to go and
KVttnu id. "I mill not
know whether any of the suges
suc-jtioas are useful until the doctors
kave stfted througk them,

EAM are pictured above as they present montuno Jiats to
the are, joe Garcia, Yankee outfielder Enos Slaughter, an

op Keith Kung, Yankee first
ys were taken to the ball game
t r yWy,' '?;')

Trou bles Termed xBeniqn'

in "good condition:
follotwing the
T it'
She entered the operating room
at Walter Reed shortly after 8
a.m. this morning and was remov removed
ed removed at 10:15 a.m.
Her admission to the hospital
was kept top secret until the Pres President
ident President was informed of the results
of the operation, Eisenhower-:: re received
ceived received the news of the successful
completion, of the operation while
ha was conferring with Republican
Congressional leaders at tha White
House;' '-.,.v --'v.
Short f t f the President
heard from the -hospital, Hajrcrty
issued this statement: v.
"Mrs. Eisenhower entered Wat
ter Kted Army Hospital jesttrt
day This morning she underwent
an operation tot a benign condi condition,1
tion,1 condition,1 the operation performed 1)y
Dr. Humbert L. Riva (Colonel M.
C.) and it was succesful."' Mrs.
Eisenhower's xofldWonis-good:
.Pressed by reporters for. th
precise nature of, the First La La-dy's
dy's La-dy's ailment, Hagerty pointed,
out tht Riva was a gyresolO'N
eist. A gynecologist spcialiies
bi women't ailments.
Under latef questioning, Hager Hagerty
ty Hagerty said the' operation involved
"nothing serious and not an e e-mergency."
mergency." e-mergency." He also said that the
surgery disclosed "nothing malig malignant.",
nant.", malignant.", ' '-
Asked when it was decided that
Mrs. ; Eisenhower required surge surgery.
ry. surgery. Hagerty said, It has been con considered
sidered considered for quite a little time.";
After Mrs. Eisenhower entered
Walter Reed yesterday, she was
visited by her son, Maj, John. Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, ahd his wife, Barbara.
Hagerty said i he. expected the
President wdUld go to Walter
Reed sometime this afternoon.
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baseman Bill Skowron, 5 George
by Burke Dowling Adams, the
V,t i"-, i A i, )
Mrs, Eisenhower had a "too t8
toe" examination At Wa If or Rppi
-fllinncf tha':t1iiTH itoAt nf Tuno'
four months after a similar com
plete medical check-up. At that that-time,,
time,, that-time,, the .White House said the
examiniation was "routine" and
had no connection with .the First
Lady's heart murmur, which re resulted
sulted resulted from a childhood a'ack, of
rheumatic fever, 1 r ;
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Mrs. Eisenhower; spent most 6
last week in Denver She went
tnre primarily for the dedication)
of a city park named in her hon
or, and returned -here Saturday
afternoon; in time to preside at a
family dinner in observance of ;
John Eisenhower's. 55th birthday.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for trJh
Zflieursrendftir'S -a.mrtodaV
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-jrical
jrical Meteorolo-jrical and Hydrographle
Branch of the Panama Canal
?XXt i Balboa Crlst6bal
i,. . s
(max. mph) N-13
RAIN (inches) I .01
(inner harbors) 83

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