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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1957
That's Not Flu
No? Says Who
No case of influenxa have
" been reported on the Canal
Zone recently, B a Ah o a
Heights source said today in
- reply to a question.
In making this statement,
health authorities emphasized
that "influenza"- is a specinc
disease, Its presence may be
readily detected by laboratory
Balboa Heights added that
there has been a considerable
Incidence of "upper respirato respiratory
ry respiratory infections' recently.- -Most
of those suffering from
the infections have mild cases,
it was added.. And the-onset
seems to be abating.
The Wealth Department, said
that in iin with instructions is
sued some weeks ago it is keen
ing a sharp JOOKOUl lot any ".f ".f-pearance
pearance ".f-pearance on the Zone of Asia Asiatic"
tic" Asiatic" influenza.
None-of it has showed up yet.
Health officers are checking
ships carefully? and a -close
watch for the, disease Is main
tained ttt the laboratories ot..
. rannl Zona hoSDitalS, i ) A'-.i
In a reply to-a similar ques-J
tlon regarding incidents oi w;
the public caus im among m m-my
my m-my personnel, the United State?
''There has been a number of
cases of a mild type of flu re
eently among members of the
Army here, Headquarters U.S.
Army Caribbean said today In
response to proas queries. Flu
TherThaS beer, no
and this mild Ilu is not ldentt-jVhen
tied as the Asiatic type of flu,
the Armv .said, No fatalities'
from flu have been -reported
y On Scl;::l II:id$
I riir Bus ; Service
To facilitate baek-to"-senool bus
transportation for .dependent- chjl-
dre of the military information
t. K.m v.iMimiicri to the num-
''r. hovn children attending Canar
Zone and Parochial school and
the location of tHeir residence.;
t-The IJSARCARIB Transportation
nftie" is .circulating a memoran
dum and questionnaire to parents
- f .u icknnUaea youngsters the
Vi Pacific area in order to pla us
v schedules and touteS'tor. we com:
ing school term.1. : v v v'r.
', p.r.nt havx -been told TO com
plete the questionnaire and lot lot-ward
ward lot-ward it to the transportation ol ol-ficervat
ficervat ol-ficervat Fort. Clayton ot; later
man. Aug. ; 15.U f '-h .'V :
Pnintin out that during the
past two years only? about two two-third
third two-third of the ouestionnaires have
been relumed. Transportation
Coips officials .revealed that dus
schedules previously have been
based oa a student passenger load
of approximately -1,800 only to
have some 2,800 children up in
forms, it was stressed.
Explode In Panama;
Detonations of three small
bombs in Panama City yesterday
added another incident to the se series
ries series of minor acts' of terrorism
which have beset the capital city
In recent weeks.
Nobody ws hurt -in yesterday's
home-made bombings; -;
. About 7:15 p.m. a bomb went
off in a basketball
Sing the' Canal Zone on Tivoli A A-I
I A-I venue. The location is just across
- me street mm iu iJctl'ie
v lace. .; .-'-'."
' I The ether bomb exploded a lit lit-j
j lit-j tie later in the Big Market'? a-
. i rea, near a eanuna. rersons tnere
i reported seemg a peculiar iook iook-ting
ting iook-ting tin-can rolling' on the side side-t
t side-t walk. Someone went to pick it
- 'up, but heard a sound inside. Be Be-1
1 Be-1 coming suspicious, they kicked
. i tha object. When this achieved no
. result they picked it up and threw
' 'it against the walL It went off,
emitting a strong sulphurous
.: dor. . -
A third bomb was set off out outside
side outside the wall of the Carcel Mo Mo-delo
delo Mo-delo yesterday morning. .
Several nights ago, rocks were
throw through the windows I
,th tabloid "El Dia," barely miss-
. log the editorial staS at work la-
. j.-.aioe.. .- i-
V ) : V H
r Government sources said It Is
feculated that the incidents, and
evkus terroristic acts in recent
-weeks, were staged in. an effort
. to dscredit the administration.
i No suspects bav as jet been
Xakea into custody.
Down-and-Out Artist' Branded
Biggest Red Spy
Ever Nabbed In US
NEW YORK, Aug. 8. (UP)
agent has branded Soviet intelligence Col. Rudolf Jvanovich
Abel as : the most important
United States, ...
Ironically', the potential
named as a co-conspirator
who posed in this country
photographer for nine years
Havhanen. who sDent six years
in th tts oa a t.r&inerf rdv. waslJurv chareed.
flown here earlier this week and
testified yesterday before the
Brooklyn grand Jury that In
dicted Abe pn tnree counw oi
esnionasfo, tit ( .V
Abel, a mild-mannered, hon-
descript-appearing man of 55,
was pictured hi the indictment
as the mastermind of ;spy
netwwork that transited Amer-'
' ican defense;; secrets to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow by radio and courier;
Specifically, Abel, a Russian
national, was charged with con-j
Spiring to transmit to- Russia
documents, maps,, pnotograpna
and. other information "relating
to the national deiense", or me
U.S. r f
If convicted, he could be ex executed
ecuted executed under the so-ealled
Rosenberg law, which sent Ju-.
lius and Ethel Rosenberg to
'the electric chair in 1953 for
. sovinr for Russia.
Abel aireaay was Deing neia m
turned. He readily agreed to re
turn here to face charges that
could sent him to the eietcric
Abef,' alleged veteran-of JO
-rears of cioak-and.daeeer in
trlgua was accused efrunntngi
an sptonagerlnr that rtea
recruit U.S. soldiers to spy a-,
gains their country and used
intricate techniques that, even
Included sheet music compos composed
ed composed in code, tjA-
. He 'smuggled' HO. 8. secrets out
of the country on microfilms In
hollowed: out pencils, : icuf funks
To Save Purse
- OWOSSO, Mich. (UP) The stu
dent was poorer, he wrotr to the
juror,-than many a man who's
been stopped by a cop. -
But the judge wouldn't budge,
to the plea to go free, Instead, he
replied, 10 bucks is the fee.-,.
. (Michigaa State University, un undergraduate.
dergraduate. undergraduate. William Pi) g r i m
asxea leniency: alter ne was tick ticketed
eted ticketed for speeding:, .The xchane
of correspondence between ,Pil
grim and 3udgee Peter. J. Marul
tak follows.) j
Wrote .Pilgrim: ;-'; -Roses
are red, x k.
'violets are bhiej , r-,
Your verdict 1 dread, K .... ;
I hope nothing is due. ,1
. I'd be there in person ?
If fate, would allow,
,But I'm Studying-hard
- and have no money now.
So judge me with mercy;
" I've learned O so well
T That speeding in Michigan .
- Is harder .than HelL
Answered the judge
' These college speed demons
Are bad for our state;;'
With regret we inform you''1
Ten bocks is your fate.
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SKELTOX3 EmX-V Comedlaa Bel Skeitoa and hit ton
Richard, t, wbo Is suffering from leukemia, smile their ar ar-rival
rival ar-rival in Stw York after the comic cat short world toor for
the boy and flew home from London. Skelton's kasty departare
ecincided wKh a round ef Misterinr wHicifm from the British
presa. British newspapers blasted thetip a a publicity itant
and erte navupaper blunty told Ekelton, nake the boy hame."
Eicbard baa' been glvaa a, year to art.
A fellow Russian espionage
' Red spy ever seized -in the
witness, Reino Hayhanen, was
in the indictment against Abel
as a down-and-out artist and
while heading a Soviet spy
i and even nails, a Federal Grand
The jury, sitting in Brooklyn,
linked Abel to tne cases or two
alleged husband-and-wife, spy
teams indicted earlier on charg charges
es charges of membership in a vast in in-iternational
iternational in-iternational Soviet espionage net
work. All allegedly had the same
Operations of the apparatus
. were bared, by counter spy
, Boris Morros, a former movie
i director and composer of "The
parade of The Wooden Sol Soldiers."
;One name that cropped up in
the Indictments in alt three cas
es was that of Alexander Mic Mic-hailovitch
hailovitch Mic-hailovitch Korotkov who is safe
JCorotkov was named as a co co-consDirator
consDirator co-consDirator aloritr with three
other Russians, including .Vitali
O. Pavlov Cited fn 1948 a the
ton Russian sdv in Canada by
Igor Gouzenko, the Soviet file
clerk 'Who detected to tne wesi.
from the Canadian Embassy in
Ottawa. Pavlov also is believed
to be in. Russia.
-Abel was being held In McAl McAl-len
len McAl-len for deportation for violating
immigration regulations when
the Indictment came through.;
He had 6000 rnvhl pocket to:
finance ht teturn.to Russia
Return To Pen
Two ex'ConvlcW who had plead pleaded
ed pleaded not guilty yesterday of return returning
ing returning to the Canal Zone after :de
portation, changed their pleas to today."
day." today." Both had long records of con convictions
victions convictions for petit thievery; and
both had been deported early this
year. 1 .
In U. S. District Court, they
were sentenced to return to Gam
boa penitentiary for another term.
. Fahin Gonzalez. 20. Panamanian,
a Chilibre .resident, had three
theft charges against: him in ad addition
dition addition to that of returning after
deportation.. He had pieaaea guu.
ty yesterday to the larcenies.
After he had changed his plea
to guilty on the returning
charge, tho court wa told that
Gomatoi had boon for a time in
tho Papama Correctional School
for Minors. After boing dtport dtport-od
od dtport-od in Fob. If 57, ha worktd in
the Interior for a time, and for
shrimp factory in Panama, but
loot or loft tho larbr iota.
On June 29, he was observed at
night going from premises to
premises in Diablo.. A Canal Zone
policeman watched him for two
hours until he came out on the
road near a bus stop and climb climbed
ed climbed a tree.
There he was caught with plas
tic caincoat and a" pair of trou
sers, each stolen from a different
AN ARMY PLANE is loaded with Insecticides for spraying mosquito-breeding areas on the
Atlantic side. The extensive program was instituted by Canal Zone health authorities this
week with the cooperation of the Army. ,
Spraying Under Way In Drive To Cut
Down High Malaria Incidence On Zone
Plans are being formulated to
intensify and expand the all out
malaria prevention program in the
Canal Zone which was initiated
this week with the spraying ;of
Urge areas on the Atlantic side
by planes,' it was announced to
day at uaiDoa neigmsv-
The Immediate, objective of the
program wilt be to eradicate the
malaria-bearing aopBoles.molqui aopBoles.molqui-tAec
tAec aopBoles.molqui-tAec in nt sear the nopulated a-
res aad sfsmJhe substattial in-i
For New Term
clothesline, and a shirt stolen
from Jack Ridge.
Assistant District Attorney 3.
Morton Thomson asked six months
n each larceny, and 18 months
Public Defender WiUiam. J.
Sheridan, Jr., said it was .ob .obvious
vious .obvious that tho slender, small de defendant
fendant defendant hat poor roaioning pow powers,
ers, powers, adding that, "If ho stole a
hirt that fitted Jack Ridge, he
could wear it at a full length
coat." i. ;
Sheridan said in view of the
seven convictions for petit larce larceny
ny larceny against the young man, he
could not quarrel with the six six-month
month six-month sentences, but he consider
ed the 18 months nn top of that
two heavy a penalty.
He said the- deicuant's situa
tion was obviously the result of
early poverty, since the boy's
father died young, and th moth mother
er mother has been unable to provide sup support."
port." support." :. '. ."
Gonzales baa no criminal rec
ord in Panama.
Judge -'Guthrie F, Crowe said
that in view of the pleas before
him he would impose the three
terms of six months in the larce
nies.. lie also gave Gonzalez aa
18-month penitentiary term, for
returning, but suspended it for
five years, contingent on good be-
havios. .. -, -. ')';
Mariano Diss, 27, Panamanian,
who has been employed as a
gardener in San Francisco de la
Qaleta. has a long record of theft
convictions in both Panama and
the Canal Zone.
. He wa picked ap en an An An-con
con An-con rot idontial street et dawn
on July 13, after having .boon
deported last January. The
court was told ho had boon ob observed
served observed a few minutes earlier
trying to .unscrew the noulo of
a note under quarters build building.
ing. building. Diai ctonies this but admit admitted
ted admitted being in the Zen.
He was sentenced to six months
in the pen.
Bids are now being solicited
by the Panama Canal Company
for a Canal channel Improve Improvement
ment Improvement project at Par also Curve
in Gaillard Cut. The work In Involves
volves Involves the dry excavation of
250,000 cubic yards of material
and tha sub-aqueous drilling
and blasting of 200,00 cubic
yards of material which will
later be removed by tne Dredg
This is one or three Canal
Improvement projects to be of
fered for contract soon by tfie
Canal Company. Later' this
month bids will be mailed for
the Installation of an experi-1
mental Illumination system In
a abort section of Gaillard Cut,
and next month, bids will be
crease in the malaria rate in re'
The long range plans now be
ing developed by the Health Bu
reau will caU for a stepped up
program of basic malaria control
This will ificlude not only aer
ial si)rayine.of mosquito breeding
ateas and ore frequent fogging
in townr, but extensive-foramage
particularly on the Atlantic side.
Other control measures such', as
ni-rnvftitf Hi:ti and oilinff -staff-
panf,or StjatateWiaear populaMaaos, rportd it ;,june, Awi 'e
ed areas wil! also be affected.
Tho Health; Bureau hat alrea already
dy already riinstitotodnurvoy werlc td
dotarmlno both1 nutnbor and
kinds ef 'motquiteet breeding in
given: areas." In this phase of,
tho program horsa-baited trap,
light traps, end hand catches
will be uaedV
Additional personnel will be em employed
ployed employed and additional equipment
will be purchased for the mala malaria
ria malaria control measures which will
be conducted on a continuing ba-
sis- . ,
The- aerial spraying of low-lying
areas on the Atlantic side was
begun this week following an in inspection
spection inspection trip by Governor w E.
Pottar and Col. Charles O. Bruce
This extermination program Is
boing concudcted with tho c (re (reparation
paration (reparation ef tho Army. Approxi.
matoly 4,000 acrot have already
- bton apray ad by the Army
plane. Area covorod included
Tolfert Island, Margarita, Cat Cat-un,
un, Cat-un, and tho Mindi Dairy area.
In addition, hand spraying of
residual 'insecticide hat boon
School Closes As
Girls Dance Madly
IPOH. Malaya (UP) Moslem
officials closed the Salehiah Girls
Institute for the second time today
because of a recurrence of a mal malady
ady malady which made the girls scream,
laueh. tumn and dance madly.
The headmistress, oi tne relig
ious boarding school said 104 girls
were stricken with the maiaay ana
that she planned to ask their par parents
ents parents to take them borne.
The "illness" made its first ap
pearance two months ago when
some of the students began danc dancing
ing dancing and laughing wildly in class.
The tchool was closed, and four
witch doctors called to drive ibe
"evil spirits" away.
The a i r 1 s subsided and tne
school reopened. Now the malady
has begun again.
Incbe Shazau, stste ounciUor
for the area, said, "It is a
it est. We don't know what it is!
all about. The girls just teem to
UNDER W AY
solicited for an experimental
lighting system at Pedro Miguel
All three projects are direct directly
ly directly connected with plana for In Increasing
creasing Increasing (he capacity of the
CanaL -' ;.
. The widening and deepening
of the Canal channel at Paraiao
cure will eliminate a hazard
ous navigation condition at tha
intersection of Paralso and Cu-
caracha reaches. The short
range plans calls for the wid
ening and deepening of both
of these sections -of the Canal
for their entire lengths, and
the excavation at Paralso curve
will lessen the amount ef ex excavation
cavation excavation required late
done in 'the Gatun Locks tun.
The aerial spraying program is
to be continued during the coming
week and the fogging of populat populated
ed populated areas by trucks will be in in-creased
creased in-creased as rapidly as possible, us using
ing using stronger insecticide.
While tho number of cams ef
- malaria reported to the Health
, Bureau' last month was below
the Junis figures, the incidence
' rmt rfcnlnn mtif k hiokftr tkan.
substantial decline in cases re.
ported from samtatoa areas.
In announcing the expanded ma
laria prevention program, Canal
Zone health authorities again cau
tioned the general public to take
preventive measures, since the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the public is needed
to augment the measure institut
ed oy neaitn auworuies in any
43 Positions Open
In Panama Canal Co.
Thirty-four positions, five of
them for towing locomotive op
erators to work for the dura
tion of the locks overhaul, are
now open in .the Canal organ
ization according to the reg
ular Personnel Bureau transfer
Also listed are openings for
two clerical men, three clerk-
stenographers, two clerk-typists,
three englners, three ma machinists,
chinists, machinists, two marine inspection
assistants, two staff nurses,
two firefighters, and two locks
Other types of employment
listed on the weekly bulletin
include file clerk, hospital at attendant,
tendant, attendant, meteorologist, office
machine repairman, pipefitter,
pumping plant operator, gen general
eral general secretary, and locks oper-
U.S. Marshal Acts
To Seize Lumber
Cargo In Cristobal
A pile of recent arrived Nica-
raguan lumber was attached bv
the UjS. Marshal early this
week. The cargo was seize'd on
The action was the result of
an admiralty suit filed on be
half oi George Novey Sf Co., a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst I. H, Lampson. i
Tne sum involved was $5250
and represented a debt the Nov Novey
ey Novey firm alleges Lampson has
owed It for several years.
De Castro and Robles are at attorneys
torneys attorneys for the libellant.
TO ENLARGE CANAL.
The short range plant also
call for the mild Illumination
of Gaillard Cut tor its entire
length and the Installation of
Improved lighting systems at all
locks to permit safe nighttime
operation of the CanaL The
experimental lighting of a short
section of the Cut and Pedro
Miguel Locks will permit a
study of tha lighting systems
under actual operations before
the permanent systems are In Installed.
stalled. Installed. ; :-
' v; i i
' Spec in cations and. bid forms
for the excavation and blasting
at Paralso curve are now avail available
able available to prospective bidders at
the Contract and Inspection
Division at Balboa Heights. Bid
The 7th Pan American Road Congress moved toward
a climax today.
All six working commissions were to present their re resolutions
solutions resolutions to this afternoon's plenary session scheduled for
To move matters to a conclusion, the chairman ol
the Congress, Panama's Foreign Minister Roberto Lopei
Fabrega, and other members of the Coordinatina Com-
mirtee, worked all last night
ot the commissions into a coherent whole.
This morning three Army busloads of deleaates and
observers set out to inspect
While most of those attending'
the congress were enjoying the
"Noche Tipica" at the Panama
Golf Club last night, the Chair
men ot commissions and otners
of the Coordinating committee
were at work in the Legislative
They sent out now and: again
for sandwiches. ti
t After they left shortly before
etnoera dtine seev l
1 remnat carried oik mc wi man
iert "for the menr at .m
Shortly thereafter axnew shift
came on. ,.
It was working today on i
beltline schedule to get the v
rious acts and documents out In
time for submission to today's
and tomorrow's plenary sessions
Many points of interest td the
prospective traveler between the
Canal Zone and the Rio Grande
were to be Included in resolu
tlons submitted to today's plen'
Among them is one to pro provide
vide provide first-aid stations manned
by trained police along the
highway. They would also as assist
sist assist tourists and summon med medical
ical medical aid in case of accidents or
Another resolution would pro
hibit the placement on property
near tne nignway oi aavertnse
ments that would distract the
tourist and create a safety haz
ard. Whether the billboards
which merely damage the view
would be restricted is uncertain.
A resolution which seems to
have found strong support a a-mong
mong a-mong delegates is one to the
effect that in each country
only 0e technical authority
should have the right to make
Standardized prices for motor
vehicle licenses is also to be
proposed. Along with the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the funds derived
therefrom be applied to high
un tne executive icvei, mere
is a proposal to create a coun council
cil council to investigate the possibili possibility
ty possibility of obtaining loans for build building
ing building roads.
For CZ Chapel
WASHINGTON, Aug. (UP)
The House today passed and
sent to the Senate an appro appropriations
priations appropriations bill which Included
$289,009 to build permanent
chapel at Fort Gullck, Canal
on this project are to be open opened
ed opened Oct. a at Balboa Heights.
The contractor will have a year
to complete the project.
Bids may be entered on the
dry excavation and the drilling
and blasting separately or on
all of the work together. The
amount of drilling will total
200,000 .linear feet and 400.000
pounds of explosives will be
required. i Ji
fi polls -are as wlQ be establish established
ed established for 2 dumping, the 250,000
cubic yarda or earth and rock
to be removed by dry excava excavation
tion excavation in the immediate vicinity
of the work and no long hauls
to disposal areaa will be re re-Vd
Vd re-Vd ; -
to. bring the various action!
the Canal, :
Another plan Is to have tech
nical data, and specification
for various types of roads, gath
ered Into a aingle manual s
that the hiehways built wil
maintain some consistent rf
One resolution mil fw Ikn.
of arbitration which woulcfmed.
iaie argument between tonJ
tractor engaged iflrWorkK th
- Another resolution wnnTd-A.
ordinate- standards for traffjlf
in rural and urban tones. TherT
Is also a proposal to adopt corn.
mon terma for matters relatlni
to highways and traffic.
This proposal,! like many ot
those to be acted on today, wai
an outcome of the transit ran.
ference which preceded tht ;
opening of the main Congress.
Committee four was te pre- c c-sent
sent c-sent today six resolutions on
the key question af financing,
Including the key question of
the financing of the Darien
Coordination of various Inters
American matters jrelatinsr tt
highways, and the report of thi
permanent secretariat were alw
to come up this afternoon-
Tomorrow's Dlenarv will comx
plte most of the Congress' busi business;
ness; business; but the meeting wilL sot
close until Saturday. M
Darien Road Film
Slated For TV :
"Darien Venture,' a -film ra
port on the first expedition to cross
the jungle regions between Paaa-'
ma and Colombia will be shown
tonight on CFN-TV. The telecast,
scheduled for 7 p.m. will feature
an interview with Panama cngi-
neer Tomas Guardia, Jr.
Guardia, who has headed ex
plorations for the route of the Pea
American Highway in the Darie",
will also report on development
during the past eight days eg tho
Pan American Highway Congress,
The Congress, meeting in Paae -ma's
Legislative Palace, has DoinU
ed to the Darien as. the most se
rious remaining gap in, the ho horn
rn horn ispheric Pan American route,
Accompanying Guardia will be
Otis Imboden. photographer and
guide for tho Darien Subcommit Subcommittee.
tee. Subcommittee. Imboden wss a member of the
first route exploration expeditioa
ia April of last year,
He will show films es the
group's journey from Cbepo, at
the end of tha road la Paaaaa.
to the beginning ef South Ameri
ca's road system at Turbo, Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. ' .
Subs For Donovan
In Ciyil Affairs i
James MarahaQ. assistant to
the civil affaira dlracto, will act
as. civil affairs director during
the absence on leave of Henry
U Donovan, . ...
Donovan will leave here Safc
vrday for two-moetb vacaUea
aasa tM"sosj sssW sspsj-sj
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TBI ATOM AND NAPOLEON
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Army Ztto4 SUfiiSu and operates; however,
AJiuy v wic w mhinv, m.i.f ha taken into COn-
tnera are a row ccrwmi
T la BWK Vtomrthe'era oi great JWJe
fits for-manfcirm, out it can suso pe me ea w uu
Orilv the foolish or the ljmorant wllj deny this. -ifit
i rh hitorv nf the world the blaarre re-
iitv of an empty future bt'comea so ominous that any pformea
! wrt6ft lms good reason to become frightened at the nightmar-
teh apectre which looms ever larger ever fleaouer.
' The aolution to this macabre situation may be found in one
' 4 k. fniiiH if t.h eomnlex mind of man does
' not f aU at the critical moment. It la a perilous game of cards,
I t&ls toylni with fate, where every player cannot make a single
! The Unted States must not be caught again as she has been
In the past. There can be no retaliation when every large city
' hat been the birth of a mushroom, cloud, where invisible gases
hang their horrible net of death over the countryside where a
I few pitiful attempts by our military forces go by unnoticed, and
.' : Theiefbre, I do not mind serving two years of my life for my
country which has given we so much and has yet so much more
tA offer. Only when one stops to ount his blessings does he
, realice how fortunate he is.
Now, atoce every man will agree -to the fact that prepared-
'. nets i Tital for th safety of his life, why does he complain
about the Army? The food is not that bad, the entertainment
! and-other recreational facilities are not the worst, and some
men like it o well that they make a career out of it.
What Is it it is the asinine and childish behavior of some
officers, who are supposed to be intelligent, well-informed, re re-.
. re-. eourceful and dutiful. Let me explain what I mean in these
For the take of simplicity let me mention Just one infraction
of eommon sense and decency, not to mention the health of
' the individual soldier, who must suffer the whim of one regi-
mental commander. Who would thlnkingly permit or order the
; wearing of combat boots for all duty hours?
Does he know the Canal Zone is in the tropics, where fun fun-gut,
gut, fun-gut, not to mention ordinary-heat rash, thrives ever so abun abundantly
dantly abundantly In moist, warm and fertile growing grounds, such as a
soldier's foot and ankle, when encased in a non-ventilating
eombat boot? Is it ignorance?
Who, if he had any of the above virtues, would allow the
normal non-combat shoe, the low-quarter, to gather mold and
dust, lying idle at a curator's Joy? A wonderful example of sup.
ply and economy.
And what about the soldier who was given two issues of
. tropical cotton khakis? Are they also supposed to be left hang-
his; or folded into a box?
- X think it's about time that, the Army, from the top to the
Bouom, took a good iook at men.
appointed Ntpoieont wouia w
Ren. Flood's recent comment
ta Ana rally vindicated the "wisdom" of the 1903 treaty-makers
! in placing control of the Canal in American hands is downright
My quarrel it with the word "wisdom." it impijet that both
nations sagely agreed to the handing over of Panamanian con control
trol control of the Canal for the sake of stability.
This was not the case. Panama's representative, Bunau-Va-rtlla,
for yet undetermined personal reasons, took advantage of
the then and perhaps still immature Panamanian poiitl poiitl-:
: poiitl-: clans to sign over control ot the Canal, But in no moral sense
. -ai ranama ever agree to surrender her right to control her
cam natural resource. Nor, on
fuse to agree to that Surrender:
ror this reason I chose the
conmuia rcpreccntawve ma sign over control of the
Canal. But clearly, what is legal is not always moral, in this
uince ine two ao not coincide.
- Flood's ttttement, then, may be construed as a kind of Yan Yan-buasr,,
buasr,, Yan-buasr,, political bombast, but painful and Indiscreet to in intelligent
telligent intelligent people. Secretaz-7 John Hay, in light of Diaz's Latin
vnarlcan shrewd but, to responsible people, immature tactics,
,ahould be commended for his Yankee craftiness but not for his
: wisdom" in signing the 19C8 treaty. It was, indeed, a good deal
Whether it is, in spite of the injustice, wisdom to have glv glv-n
n glv-n the United States control of the Canal, remains open to
.uestlon. certainly it Is net for one people to decide that aim--rJy
because they can do something better than another people
-tht they should therefore take over that function from the oth oth-12
12 oth-12 ?!opl?-.1Ia .10n f lQ- inJustee, whether it be in the form
mtt colonialism or imperialism, has a way of upsetting things at
itrn wrong moment.
"iwCTf,,Jt.48h.0uIJJalW8be 4ven toe Unlt States for
-SSff 5 lob 1 has done e Canl UP to this point: it is
Mtto the nature of things that from injustice good frequently
owev,r- the time is ripe for reconsideration. Panama is
-!SSSr dn,omiLmtur1 the CaBal her chief natural re--eweo.
fchajl it be denied her by fair men?
Z oe -. Candlde
.Wh9 "M? W V eWit? I Photoged in the
jjanam papers every day? Naw, pally, yftu got e wVong
i- B"t V.'Y M I' a Missouri River engineer, by Skargerak
-I Un look into my erylsta. baU too. And here's whit I see
5 th yefcr. 'tJls 14 big crrystal baU, gang, just like
:.P ?? LSfi. the engineers will be long
errM1T htve b,astd m
:im SSatJMS S. ?Swr PU0U lert (Tiit1
J?eAH.a..?lvJ:enter vm not be hulit- (No one left
oa the Atlantic tide), you see. old friends, In 1984 they stopoed
Iyy and laid o ali hands except thncu S,
5Sf SJ5r(Tftht ouof tMton pencU pusher, always
iiwt on the Pacific (Balnea; side.
1 YOU knOW that- llra An V-..KA
2w T T H7f & lti etUn hy. cl0dy- Ah, there
TlJ&i detr aain- 1 a clebraUon, a
to .h?10r 01 Obadiah Brathwaite, the new direetor
iof the If reonnel Bureau. Ut me listen: ah yes h.'i hin,
.frted8ahrpened. pencil, for his' SuggJstibn on hwS
:?tSltJon 01 'ttTV' (Grtt googajnoof a, I thought
(that had been tlimtaated in 1957. didn't youoldbuWs)
' ..T. $ wb0' 1En' presentation. No! Yes! Yes.
Cotobian army. Ohx ths.fi right, it maiet sense, it's lust that
,i xorgot to ten you.
UX19W ranam. took over
ambia took over Panama.
. Madame Zoniac
Who does -Juste, Taxpayer" (Mail Box, July SO) think caret
rr hu tyaptthy? I'm tare th USt and their dependents
twouldal turn if you didn't pay your measly 014 tax. It's prob-
. r ali yea do for the USA tu)way, and it wouldn't par for mi
Jftttwad t luuformt. He's an BA.
' Aa for the local tarta, at yo call ua Panamanians there
-re ka of nice Fanaoanun girls who have married Olt. Fur Fur-rhtrmbie.
rhtrmbie. Fur-rhtrmbie. It's cece of your cockeyed bustoera who other people
-marry, or do yon consider yours If an authority on marriages.
1 Oat Who Did Not Low rrtvUegea 1
,, I .J 22 .'
ft Imoathmt If doesn't appear the
yv kind thoueht about how tne
Then maybe some or its sen-
placed where they oeiong
Anothe Distuned loldler
that Diaz's unrestrained San.
the other hand, did she ever re
she simply never had a say.
word "moral" since, in fact, her
the Canal zzi the lone, then
By VICTOR RIESEL
EDITOR'S NOTES Victor Rio.
ml ia on his way to Europe to cov cover
er cover vital atoriee. Today, whilt ho
is on route, hit ouoat columnist is
Horbart Brown 7l, Jr., Attorney
Oaneral of the United States. )
By HERBERT B 9 OWN ELL, Jr.
WASHINGTON, b.C. Our
greatest asset in the United States
Is our people.
utner resources are many and
they are bountiful, but would be
nothing were it not for the men
and women who, since oui nation
was born, have put those resources
to work. It has not been owners or
management or labor, as "separate
entities, which have done this, but
all of them together.
True, as the nation grew, we
have had strife between these
Brouni. But 11 thn natlnn dmw
jdid our knowledge and understand-
11 XL .V ...
i8, we ena mat unrestrained
antagonism between them has
long been absent from our natio national
nal national scene. That is aa it should be,
&nd as it shall be ao long as rea reasonable
sonable reasonable men si down together and
work out their problems Jointly.
In addition, federal, state
and local governments have a part
to play, through their law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement officers, in protecting all seg segments
ments segments in our industrial life against I
This governmental protection is
given to guard against the evils of
the Communist conspiracy and al al-s.
s. al-s. the evils of racketeering.
Years ago, both the APL and
CIO cleaned the Communists
from their unions. Meantime, ao ao-callod
callod ao-callod labor rackotoera began
moving in and responalble lead
ers have boon doing what they
could to atom that inaldioua tide.
They have boon receiving the
help of the Federal government.
While the national govornnwnt
has a lin uK iction, th.ro
are two federal etatutee that
reach the labor racketeering
Long on our law books was the
Hobbs Anti-Racketeering atatute,
but it was not extensively enforced.
Also lying dormant was the sec section
tion section of the Labor Management Re Relations
lations Relations Act designed to halt bribery
of union officers by an employer
seeking to buy labor peace.
Since February 1953, however,
105 officials of labor unions, most mostly
ly mostly of locals, have been indicted and
convicted of violating these laws.
Another 61 are ui 'ar indictments
and await trials. This drive haa
received the support of honest la labor
bor labor officials and has been of great
benefit to those union members
who had been the' Victims of rac rac-keterint
keterint rac-keterint hoodlums. '1
The Hobbs Act covers situations
where a racketeer i control of a
labor union demands a payoff, u u-sually
sually u-sually in the form of cash, from an
employer, under threat of damag damaging
ing damaging the employer if the payoff is
not made, by strikes, slowdowns,
or- violent injury to his property,
person or family.
An outstanding example is the
case of the formei president of the
Southern Illinois District Council
of the Hodcarriers and Common
Laborers Union. This self styled
"empire builder" and an associate
demanded from a contractor in the
construction field, as the price of
labor peace, one percent 01 the
entire contract to build a power
plant for th Fede "1 government
at Joppa, Illinois. This would
have amounted to f ,030,000 in
When ho did net got the money
h plagued the contractor with
111 months of jrlsdictlona
strikes, sabotage of .quipment,
violence to workers, and other
Intimidation, witt .the r- wit the
employer tiao to ro'inojuish the
contract. According to ostimatet
during his trial, this campaign
of terrorism caua a dead lose
of $51,000,000 to the Government
in the form of increased cons construction
truction construction eoeta.
An example of violation of the
Labor Management Rr tiona Act
is found in the conviction of five
individuals and their employer
corporation in Minnesota, which
recently was upheld by the Sup Supreme
reme Supreme Court. Here the union offi officials
cials officials received a substantial bribe
from the company. The five in in-dividuala
dividuala in-dividuala were officials of affili affiliates
ates affiliates of the Teamrtera Union. Con Convicted
victed Convicted with them were the com company
pany company and one of its vice presidents.
The current investigations by
the Senate Committee are show showing
ing showing other abuses in the labor field
which are not covered by federal
lawa. These inquiries, in which the
Department of J tice ia cooper cooper-atina.
atina. cooper-atina. undoubtedly will lead to new
types of legislation in order that
practices, wtucn uie r nesi laoor
leader and union member abhor,
may be brought to aa end.
this nation will continue to grow
and with each passing year Ha
working force will grow with it. It
is ot increasing importance that
their best interests be protected.
It will continue to be the duty and
purpoFc of Federal law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement officers, within their juris jurisdiction,
diction, jurisdiction, to prosecute those who
would use workers for their ewu
ulterior motives tad personal enrichment.
V sm f
1 (53) y
HtA Unite; Ik.
Mister Cary Grant, of the films,
has just found peace, happiness,
marital bus and prosperity ac
cording to the later bulletins.
This is -all because his third wife,
a Miss Betsy Drake, hypnotizes
He has been cured of drinking
and smokiug, and possibly other
friends, as well, because Mrs. Ar
chibald Leach (Cary s square han handle)
dle) handle) aits by his bedside and lulls
him off to sleep by telling him
to relax all over, starting with
his toes. At least that's what I
read in direct quotes in the pa papers.
pers. papers. "i had not been sleeping too
well," ssys Mr. Grant-Leach, "so
my wife tried hypnotising me to
sleep and it worked. After that
we- became fascinated. We tried
it on drinking and amokihg," and
it worked again ana: again. And
I have no doubt that being re relaxed
laxed relaxed is the reason for my being
bsck in films again."
Thia all started when Mrs.
Grant "picked up a book an
hypnotism about four years a a-go,"
go," a-go," and adopted the do-ltyour-self
technique to the hoarthsldo.
And this Is why I am ecreenlng
all literature that comas Into
this heuee. If there la any hyp
notizlng going en around hero,
i am the professor.
As a matter of fact. I am
thinking of hypnotizing Mama
right now with a baseball bat.
Honest to God, I ean't make out
W -56 :
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
T rnuM Wav Danced All Nieht:
Back in New Deal Days. Leon Hen
derson was famous ss the big
brain behind thi big brain in wasn wasn-ington
ington wasn-ington but in New York he was
1ti im mnra fiffiaul as the hot
test rumba dancer anywhere. May
be the country would nave oeeu
better off if Leon had atuck to bis
dancing, and let economics alone.
He's hoofed witn tne pretties dui
one of his favorite dancing part partners
ners partners is (and this'll slat you) Seig-
utn th Rnrma mnacl. who fit-
lures to prominently in London so
ciety s cause eeteore.
Ttiia 1'v tint Ta Sm' T mean
Robert Clary, the pint-sized come comedian,
dian, comedian, bending up to whisper into
fall .nd trrifi Tina Teniae's DTet-
ty ear at the Henry Hudson Chart
Room.. L cupiaon (tne giiaea
cellar where Tina made ner gin gin-mill
mill gin-mill debut) sold again. New own owner
er owner is Jay Canzoncri, Tony's broth brother.
er. brother. Lovely Roberta McDonald, the
trush, still going strong there..
Dorothy Town, the Jsck Webb
divorcee, and designer Oleg Cas-
mini Mimlnf aAtna fallmr Bnam-
11-1, mt j
bo-aehmambo at the Chateau Ma
drid.. This I didn't know: Ben
wsv to avoid a bang-over Stay
Dateline. Washington: Juiciest
MA...I aina tha "nn invita" til
Jna UT.i-thY ia the behind-the-
I scenes gossip about Chief Justice
Warrea a reiusai to aneaa use cur cur-ant
ant cur-ant anaaHne ut th Amaritaa Bar
lAssociatioa ia London if the Vice
President of tne united states al also
so also was invited. So Nixoa wasn't
Now the insiders are taking thia
aa a straw-i-ue-wuia. urn vne
Wsrreo hat is ia the ring for CO,
Tt'. Kp Tm Wr SWIana Wal
ters is t beaut ia tay lingo and
taart wnat uw aaan 01 iron
thought before kit marriage to
Queea Saroya. But it eoaada ao
men better, ia English which is
bow bandleader Sammy Kaye tells
her at Ed Wyane't Harwya.-Cooat
Mario Bandini (whoever be ta)
plaaaiag a VS. trip to meet Kim
Novak's family. -
Un rJ tha Kama. 1 a la William
TifTa z7-vear-ekl eon took over
iiil Dana puDUSoers ana senue
Creed for the Atom
' NEW &DUND POvVER;! .) fgr;
AND KNOWLEDGE" APE :Ffjf
TD O?9TC AND MOT
By BOB RUARK
women. They just can't leave no no-thin'
thin' no-thin' alone.
We been rebuilding this shack
for the last four years, and I
hold still when she knocks out s
wall,- shoves on another kitchen,
redecorates the office, and hides
my rhinoceros' in the outhouse.
But the other day she causes to
be busted down a bench on the
front terrace, which, was about
the only comfortable piece of
sitzplatt in the yard.
Everything else, you got to
stand on your head to get into,
and if the balance ia disturbeo,
you crush a dog. All you ever
see of your guests is their feet,
because everybody is tipped back backward
ward backward in one of tiiose contour jobs
which you practically have to fly
like a glider, People set their
drinks on the deck, other ; people
kick them over, and the -' break-,
age bill ia awful.
But my bench was an honest
bench, pleasantly .inclined made of
stone. It was just under a broad
window sill, so you could set your
coffee or your coke on your bour-bon-and-branch
on it. It was sun sun-warmed,
warmed, sun-warmed, and you could ait on i
in a wet bathing suit without
wrecking any upholstery, The
broad back served as a safe re repository
pository repository for cigarettes, suntan oil,
relaxing pills, and, I am afraid,
some women's bathing caps. You
could face the aea and enjoy the
But my crown of thorns don't
Davis, the co-founder,- is out. Will
start hia own' Davis Publishing Co.
come the Fall. For more than a
decade diplomats, cabinet officers,
and senatora have been dancing
to Barnee Breeskin'a ork at Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's Shoreham Hotel, so this
is a switch. Pan American Air Airways
ways Airways just hired him aa a public
relatione consultant, whatever that
ia, daddy... Linda Christian can canceled
celed canceled Mexico aa the retreat in
which to pen her autobiography;
will do it in Austria instead...Pat
Coogan and Francis de Bethen Bethen-court
court Bethen-court (featured in "A Small Pla Planet")
net") Planet") find it's a very small planet
indeed. (Her family ia the Gianta'
landlord on Coogan't Bluff) .
Held over at the Viennese Lantern
for another four: Sensational Ya Ya-suko,'
suko,' Ya-suko,' the younger Shirley Yamt Yamt-guchi..
guchi.. Yamt-guchi.. Ia Bette Davis forgetting
Gary Merill with Hap Graham,
her sister Bobby's ex-beau. He
runt the Laguna Beach Art Festi
Hot Nothings From Nowhere:
Wendy Barie pestered by weird
cells as a result of an eccentric
woman's penchant for sending wir wires
es wires to wolves signed with Wendy's
name and phone number.. It cute
and blonde Pat Shechaa Der Bin Bin-glea
glea Bin-glea latest bon-bon?.. Crowd at
Bourbon St. (a new jazexry) taw
double when screen hero Scott Bra Brady
dy Brady entered with a,dazzler on each
arm: Rhone Warner and Marjo Marjo-rie
rie Marjo-rie Rolfe. (Swell work when yon
can get it) Late Bill Duffy, le legendary
gendary legendary manager of Prime Car Car-nere
nere Car-nere and a aoted Prohibition time
purveyor to the needs of the thirs thirsty,
ty, thirsty, baa 1 kb, Jimmy, who runs
the successful lighthouse cafe oa
Point Lookout where papa bad
nightly races with the Coast Guard.
The Bii There's No Bit like (Is
that show biz?): Already there'a
a feud oa the new CBS "Set Who"
show, with moderator Henry Mor Mor-f
f Mor-f aa aad panelist Joey Adams taar taar-Ueg
Ueg taar-Ueg at each other. Network aadi aadi-ences
ences aadi-ences roared whee Joey snapped
that Uwn wae "rollna tha Basal
with aa ires bead' but Henry ao
like.. Bway laughing about the
free plug Hotel Pierre execs n-
iwiuingly gave a competitor when
see It this way. She says it's
ugly, and when my back is
tumad, she tears it down. And
today her substitute bench ar arrives.
rives. arrives. It Is a thing mado out of
rusted antique iron that even
the dogs scorn. It's full of holes
and thing to gouge you.' The
old Iron Maiden was -an over over-stuffed
stuffed over-stuffed settee by comparison.
Behind it, she has got two win window
dow window boxes made out of decom decom-misioned
misioned decom-misioned mud that obscure the
view from inside, and use up val valuable
uable valuable space on the outside, and
are twice as ugly from any angle
at the mud fence from which
they were undoubtedly made. We
now use camp chairs to sit on,
and what was once i lovely ter terrace
race terrace fronting the aea is now a
kind of concentration camp.,- for
: And this doll says she is a dec decorator.
orator. decorator. A pro, yet. The next thing
you know she'll steal my leather
sofa and replace it with another
antique horror vnfiich was made
to look at, not sit on.
Oh, no, she won't. I have got
me a book on applied psycholo psychology,
gy, psychology, and if hypnosis with the base baseball
ball baseball bat doesn't -work and I
don't get my bench back like it
was I shall apply some psy psy-chol6gy.
chol6gy. psy-chol6gy. We just built a new doghouse
the dogs don't like. That's where
Mama goes to live, because in
my mental book, she's already in
"Variety" quoted them at ssying
thtt due to the star shortage, they
were converting the famed Cotil Cotillion
lion Cotillion Room into "a super Chez Vito
with J strolling musicians" and
ambulatory opera singers.. Fab Fabulous
ulous Fabulous McGuire sisters joining the
chorus of protests against Oklaho Oklahoma's
ma's Oklahoma's semi centennial exposition.
Despite sieknesa of one sister and
bum promotion, the sisters out out-drew
drew out-drew other stars, The exposition
threw a farewell party to which
the MeGuires were not invited
and the chorines who were invited
were not paid until Lou Walters
and Cass Franklin paid our of their
While WW's Awsy LM Plays:
Waan't that Ted Williams and Joye
Palmer at Freeman h u m't?
She't the bambino who made the
columns when she announced
then broke aa "engagement to
ex-King Fatso what's-his-name.. I
don't believe it either, but the
planters are trying to plant an it
em linking Adlal Stevenson (who
he?) with Princess Margaret's
friend, Judy Montague.. Today's
Suaaa Straeberg Item: Ray Uolia Uolia-er,
er, Uolia-er, the writer.
Stop Press! Laurence Olivier has
the only vucuna wool suit ia Eng England.
land. England. Coat 700 bucks and had to
get a special okay from the bureau bureaucrats
crats bureaucrats to export that much sterling.
(Do you care? I don't) M Cafe
Society Note: Herb Fields, of the
"New Girl ia Town," aad luscious
higb-fsshioa model Valerie Adams
rendezvous nightly at and III bet
yon II never guest the Coney Is Island
land Island boardwalk. They lust leva the
odor of aatt-water and knishesl
rater and knishesl j
WOW! That's the great aew Sum Summer
mer Summer anew at Jules Podell's Copa Copa-cabana,
cabana, Copa-cabana, featuring Toni Ardea the
ahow-ttopping singer, aad Loo Ner Ner-aoa,
aoa, Ner-aoa, a h over night as one of the
funniest mea la town. (But be
dwJat get at big a yak at Toni
did the night her shoulder Strap
busted oa the floor .J By tjie way,
her corsage are front a famous
WASTTTMnTDM If von want to
caa iii-mr nniiripc if. ninvfn nv aeo
a. i . .1 1
retary iBenson and his boys 1 re-
garamg arougot reiie, isne m wo
at the v official figures issued by
the Department of Agriculture.
They show that in election years
raMaf fn liai HrAiiffht.stripknn states
VaiV4i UW fa VM WVajg,! aaiufcaayaaw nra, vvar
zoomed' way up. In non-election
years, arougnt reuei aroppea way
oown. - "" 'f.'-:. iv."? :-"
Dan H tha ionro- Int IflM a
Congressional election year, v the
leea program to aisasier areas
was 58,221,373 hundredweight of
feed. The hay program cost the
Treasury $11,900,000. ,i &
flnn vpnr Rpnunn' hnvs ftDDarent-
ly i weren't too mucn wornea
kA.it Vlt-Mintif Tn riof Vtifll th
feed program' dropped frou 58,-
... ... . 1 e .A. mm .
imu.uuu cwt. 10 omy io,iux,io vwi.
nt 4aaA Tha hnv nrnffraTH drODDed
from almost $10,000,000 to only
' The next year, me,, nowever,
wae the big elsction year to pot
Ike back in office. In that year,
the food program zoomed way
up again, oven higher than in the
last election year. It topped 70,.
780,961 ewt. of ftud. The hay
program doubled 1954 with a
total of $18,944,500.
. ftut that' wasn't: 11. There was
discrimination between certain
states which were for Ike and
those not for Hce. senator ayming-
lin rtamnnrnt nf Missouri. hBB
pointed out that, although Missou
ri suuerea proDa-oiy mure iuu
n, nihor itato frnm the drousht.
it failed to get drought reUef. There
was little difference between Mis Missouri
souri Missouri and-Kansas, at far as the
Irnnaht uriia inr.rpriud. but B great
deal of difference pohUcally.-
, Just across tne Doraer m bju bju-sbs
sbs bju-sbs they voted for Eisenhower.
it ..i- nt tha' hnriW in Missouri
they voted for Adlal Stevenson.
Missouri wa). the only middle west
state which voted for Stevenson
and which also has two Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Senators.
. It happened that two governors
of Missouri applied- for drought
relief, one a Republican, the oth other
er other a- Democratbut Missouri was
not put on the' disaster list of
states, Kansas was, but Missouri
wasn't. Sometimes politics psys.
BIGOTRY DOESN'T. PAY
In the closing days of last year's
Colorado race between ex Gov.
Dan, Thornton, close friend of Pres President
ident President Eisenhower, and ex-Congressman
John Carroll for the Senate,
an anhnvmnua camoaten circular
appeared in Denver attacking Ca
tholic canmaates on ine democra democratic
tic democratic ticket,; including Carroll who is
a Protestant but married to a Ca Catholic,'
VS. Attorney Donald E. Kelley
issued k warrant for the arrest of
Clarence W,- Stafford former Re Republican
publican Republican city Councilman and close
friend W. Stafford, former Republican-city
Councilman and close
friend of Dan Thornton's. Stafford
was arraigned the day before
lection and charged with violating
a Federal statute, which prohibits
anonymous campaign literature.
On Election Day, the literature
boomoranged. Three out of the
four candidates attacked In the
circular wore elected. Dan Thorn
ton, who never lost a state-wide
race before, was defeated by
Carroll by a margin of 1,000 vot vot-ee
ee vot-ee a defeat that gave the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats control of the Senate, 49
to 47. .
Sequel: The other day Stafford
and E, Page Wingate quietly slip slipped
ped slipped into Federal Court in Denver
and. admitted responslbollty for the
circulars. They pleaded guilty. Bi Bi-trotrv
trotrv Bi-trotrv doesn't nay in American po
It's amazing how far the na natural
tural natural gaa Congressmen will go to
barter votes for the gas bill. The
backstage dealing haa already be begun.
gun. begun. Congressman Oren Harris of Ar Arkansas,
kansas, Arkansas, who's determined to ram
ii ii w
"THE WMID'S MOST
km aWh tab saaaltOa
i '"- Fro" $ 20.75 a
By BMW MABtOH
the bill through Congress, haa de devised
vised devised a, neat piece of bait for
southeast Congressmen. They are
anxious to pi ss a little-noticed tex textile
tile textile bill which would duplicate
the Wool Pioductt Labeling Act of
1939 by requiring the contents of
cotton and synthetic fabrics to be
identified in labels and advertis advertising.
ing. advertising. This would also require "re "reprocessed
processed "reprocessed -cotton to b :r clearly
marked when used a second timt
in clothing and other products.
The textile bill was written by
Rep. Frank Smith of Mississippi,
who figures' it will boost sales ox
cotton fiber and fabrics. Smith
has let it be known that if Harris
of Arkansas will give a push to
the textile bill, southern Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen may push Harris's natural
Harris himselfwho is Chairman
of the House Interstate Commerce
Committee, has already delivered
on a promise to rescue .the textile
bill from a Commerce subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee headed by Rep. Peter Mack of
Illinois. ' ''"
Smith's bill had gatkored dust
in the subcommittee ever since
fast April, but Harris used his
powora as chairman to take the
Smith bill away from the sub-
I. ..A A.... .u. .A..
commirroo vi nn vmj
the natural gas bill was approved
by the full tmiMroi Commit Committee
tee Committee on July 9. .;
Harris held full Committee ses sessions
sions sessions on tho Smith bill on July 11
and 12 and hopes to have it be before
fore before the Rules Committee shortly,
ready for a vote by the full House,
Congressman Smith still has not
definitely agreed to deliver his bloc
of cotton votes to Harris in return
for higher natural gai prices. He't
biding his time to see how many
votes Harris can corral to help
the cotton states first;
UNDER THE DOME
Victor Kramer, "who soon will
leave Justice's Antitrust Pivision
for private law practice, is the on only
ly only one who ever argued a case
before the Supreme Court in a
sailor's uniform. During World War
II, Kramer was given special leave
by the Navy to assist in a Justice
Department antitrust argument ...
Much respected veteran GOP Rep.
Dof TTaarriav nf New York will
retire from Congress next- year.j.
House 'doorleener "Fishbait" Mil
ler. WnO lmroaucBB mo nwmcm
and other prominent guests to joint
sessions of Congress, got his nick nickname
name nickname in Mississippi, where It was
said he "wasn't big enough to bait
In America you con soy what
you think, ona ir soma- pv ;
n a few iays
Hare la a doctor's orascxiptlon. whUa.
can now, ba obtained in all .drugstore
at an Insignificant cost, that is tha
matt effective of all remedies for tha
treatment of skin diseases.
amtlaarttlo nil nM anlv
promotes rapid healing ot sores and
cuxts, but It also offers prompt relief
J ...ub Kalfntf nf Knlla anH sWm.
sea. Its efffect on skin dleease is amaz amazing,
ing, amazing, tha miserable Itching from aesema
disss peers almost Immediately. You can
obtain Muum snuuui vui at anj
S?r IEA0T1FDL tKINA"
10-piece place settingr 1
tavo saaoo ta aaaaa WTPN tr9U-hm6m
s oa gtafaaha wUf laat loao O'-a -a I.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1957
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Jfte Accepts Gifts For Gettysburg Farm
Because It May Become, National Shrine
A WACHTNTfiTOlM. AuS 8 (UP)
i President Eisenhower voiced the
C 'utmost hope" yesteraay inai m
.'. 0; nxmiii aorpn to the new Est
em disarmament proposals and
Jielp reJfeve agotfizing world tears
f ciirnrisn atomic attack.
He told his news conference that
anv orosress on y this country s
By OSWALD JACOBY
i,' Written for NEA Service
- . SOUTH (9)
. North and South vulnerable
Sotfc Wert North East
1 Pass 2 Pass
( Pass 4'4 Pass
Opening lead 3 1
south had close problem lit'
f hia nartner's : single raise.
Matther a nftss or a bid could be
rrHMwti and South ChOSO tO
hid, North's Jump to. tour spades
was correct; The way the. cards
lay it took some help from the
defense but West was obliging
enough to give that helpv .
West opened the three of clubs
and East's king held the trick.
East'returned the. eight of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. South played low and
West won with" the Jack.
At this point all West needed
to do was to lead black card
and wait to make his ace and
nin nf Htimnndt hilt WMt de-
cided that his partner had led a
doubleton diamond and that he
should give him a ruff. Accord Accordingly,
ingly, Accordingly, West .played the ace s,nd
another"diamond. v V
When East had to ..follow 4 to
the third. diamond 4 declarer
breathed a sigh of relief, pulled
the adverse trumps and claimed
his contracts '.' ,.
diamdnd suit; had been extreme extreme-it.
it. extreme-it. ha4 nlavi Tf he had RtODDed tO
think, Siatters Cut logically he
hmiin nave couutrBu ouuw o
hand as four spades, four hearts,
three diamonds and two clubs.
. In the event that South held
v four diamonds ,and only three
hearts Soutrr would surely, have
gone up on the first club lead In
order to pull trumps before East
got a chance to lead through
the king of diamonds. .
uprifll-crnnnd n InsDection
would be "the greatest ray of
hone that has anved on this, darn
scene since I have beeft in the
White House." t ,--.f
But he added that no disarma
ment step wouia worn unies
was accompanied by "some little
erowth in mutual onfidence at
the London arms talks. Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles laid the
U.S. plan before R u s s i a in the
London negotiations. J a
i Turning Uf domestic problems,
Eisenhower said he v was "very
earnestly" considering naming
soat) manufacture Neil H. McEl-
roy as succesor to Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Charles E. Wilson. He
called McElroy one f the coun
try s "most capable men." ;
i r j
The chief executive also said he
has "an individual in mind' to
succeed John B. Hollister as bead
of the International Cooperation
Administration. He d d e d that
Hollister had agreed to stay-in
the foreign aidppostt at the .Presi .President's
dent's .President's convenience. "(
plan I but no business firms because
tney. Deiievea tne tarui miut w
come "a public property.,, Sen.
Wayne Mqrse had criticized -d Eis Eisenhower'
enhower' Eisenhower' for accepting certain
gifts., i I r -",
The President renewed his .op .opposition
position .opposition to the jury trial amend amendment
ment amendment to the Senate's civil rights
bill, terming it "completely revo revolutionary'?'
lutionary'?' revolutionary'?' and "unfair." He said
it was "all extraneous" to the
measure and "w o u 1 d be most
damaging to the federal judici judiciary."
Eisenhower declared, that if he
had; not gotten all h mignt have
from the Democranc-controlled
Congress,' it might be because I
have not done as well as I might
have done." But he said he did
not indulge' in "threats." He said
he tried to deal jn "logic."
' Asked whether he thought his
leadership had been impaired by
his ;"lame duck" status, ihe said
he had noticed n6 impairment; It
in his term, he said, but "it is
not now." '
' Farm May Be Shrine'
L 1 '
Eisenhower disclosed he thought
his Gettysburg farm some day
migtit be a national shinre. He
said he accepted gifts for the
farm from large, organizations
Albrpok Air Base
Albrook Air Force Base announc
es several vacancies for tabulat tabulating
ing tabulating equipment .operators. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants must have had experience
and or training in operating elec electrical
trical electrical tabulating equipment includ including:
ing: including: collator, interpreter, key
punch, sorting,, tabulatingi'end. ve verifier
rifier verifier machines. .'''
!t .!' k:V:-Kr1
'.Annlications should be made "on
Standard Form 57. VApplicationl
for.JFederal Employment," .which
may be obtained at the main gate
of Albrook-Air Force Base and
submitted -to the Civilian Person
nel 'Office, Building No. .800, Al Albrook
brook Albrook (AFB.) :
For Next Play,
Comedy Hit Janus
The Theater Guild la now In
rehearsal with its next produc production,
tion, production, the comedy hit Janus, un under
der under the direction of Len Worces Worcester."
ter." Worcester." ; '.'V '
. The : nlar. which is scheduled
for berf ormande' ?-early in 'Sep
tember j was a Broadway, success'
of vthe 1955-58 season,,' and is
currently delighting London au
ADnearinff In the Theater
Guild production will be Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Walsh, JohnMayles, Richard
Eisenmann. Bern woicow ana
One Of His Favorites r,l
' The President warmed up to the
subject of disarmamentlong one
of' his favorites,. Speaking of the
West's inspection plan as unfolded
in London, he said: v ', '-'
"If you can relieve the world of
the great fear of surprise.
devastating- attack, then disarma disarmaments
ments disarmaments in my opinion, will follow
step by step almost automatical automatically."
ly." automatically." 1
4 He noted that the' West had pro
posed to grant Russia inspection
of all North America north of the
utation, he said, i v
Mrs. Lerner was brought to po
lice- headquarters a short time
after Roth's arrest; but was not
held. Police said, she was too dis distraught
traught distraught to be questioned
Roth's wife,' Helen,, 49, who is
suing for separate maintenance,
said "I don't believe he's guilty.
I can't conceive of my husband
doing anything : like that." V
But she said .she. found .Roth
cold, unloving, V and trying to.
"freeze me out of his life", when
she returned April 11, eight days
after"' the murder, from a visit
witn her daughter 'in Australia.
JLerner, owner of Tad's dry
goods store on Chicaeo's North
Side, was cut down by four .pistol
bullets fired Mo his side at close
range. j -'.-' s'jv:
Rio Grande RiVer, plus all of Eu
rope, u the Soviets would agree
to Inspection of 4 Russia and its
u Ausisa vetoed tnis plan, he
pointed out, the Allied proposal
called for creation of a -smaller
Arctic test zone "to see whether
we can develop enough confidence
as between the opposing parties
to go1 a ume runner" .. ;
"Fine Jeib" Done :?:ti
if f r
ffii ikst ; if
r Ate'". ?A v "i v l 1
l. Jbv 1
BANQUET FOR ROAD CONGRESS Delegates to the 7th Pan American Highway Congress
.were guests at a banquet given by' the Colom oian delegate Dr. Humberto Avila Mora and
Panama's Minister of Public Works Robeito Lopez Fabrega, who is chairman of the congress.
The banquet was held at the Hotel El Panama Tuesday nlghjt.
Hide The Toothbrushes Folks;
Junior's Fixing To Hurl Paint
xAowef to Previous Punle
I iiTonie uaa
- 4 Irish
I I toe
I' ". Mk fi.
1 Needed for
s fancy food
2 Bread spread
, I Food expert expert-'.:
'.: expert-'.: 4 Kitchen seat
i 5 Pastry
Arabian caliph Wiptd out
13 Allowance moot
for waete g0"
14 Toward the "dley
thcltred side lOSUgger s
ISWatch ;, JIP i
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1 A" ? X P E r'
C 5S it 1 A & J AT?
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CAKAt?A.P I R A Tig
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Tl Growing old
29 Fruit drinks
1 18 Chapels
ZSSm 2JLove goddess 31 Tried
r potato aisnes - d.4.ui.
.-24 Seasoning "'
; 28 Wh apple
21 Health resort
'32 See nymph
, U School boea:
; 38 See eagle :
3? Drinks slowly
" 39 Fisherman's
"J 'apparatus (pi.)
1 1 fsuffix)
2 -41 Roman bronze
, 45Viwe.' 1
; 4 Hunger. ; 1
. Af s s-i.
i. s-i. 82 Ravellnrt
. 33 On water
84 Nothing "V;
5$ Finishes -.
"58 Smoke -8T
41 Nearly v.
vertical -r :
43 Smile broadly
48 Snicker i :
4? Group of three
SO Household god;
r-" r-- r
HJmi "1 MB B aviaaal
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Replying to a series of Questions.
he said careful consideration
would be given to the views of
all. Allied nations. But he added
that be thought a "fine job" had
been done in getting North At
lantic Treaty nations, "all in one
packet" on disarmament.
' The President dismissed as
"weak'r and inconsequential" a
comment by Rep. Cleveland M.
Bailey (D-WVa. who last week
described Eisenhower as a "lousy
liar in connection witn deieat 01
the school construction bill.
He expressed greats admiration
for the Republican senatorial can
didafeln Wisconsin. Walter' Koh-
ler. He said he had not been asked
ko take an active part in the Wis
consin tampaign but that he was
one of Kohier s great admirers.
He said he realized present
farm laws were not working well
but that Agriculture Secretary Ez
ra T. Benson was touring the
country in search of, a new ap
prbach to the problem-'
He defended Defense.' Secretary
Wilson's right to express his opin opinion
ion opinion about a budget reform plan
which the President had endorsed.
He noted that Wilson did not op
pose vtne bill embodying the plan
after "! told him I was for It.
UieWkee eeky-Sft tkta leteres la 7 Beys
Lather year faos a fuS asiirate Baorninr and
night with snaMeloaa Cuticura 6oep. Apply
Cuticura Ointment at aiht. See excitiiig atew
aoftztMa, amoothneea, freahneae begin i 1
dayal Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
away-and to speed relief get amazing sew
greaaeieaa Cuticura Medicated Ltauid for nae nae-doring
doring nae-doring the day. And do try sew Cuticura
Talcum with C-J Olezaorevbene).
m your life!
, leUtlafc TaaTi ie.
i Vcaew they asee asbjrat trait
, '.tea. taefYe eas ta mart sad
Mtcaaseaksl that tl seat ht
alack ? srHti aaeeraj 1
Fort Kobbe parents who cannot
find their toothrbrushes next week
wilj. probably discover that Junior
is spatter-painting with' them. Ju Junior
nior Junior will learn to do this type of
creative art as part of the handi
craft program of the Fort Kobbe
Protestant Vacation Bible School
which begins on Monday.
Although toothbrushes and all
other material for his work will
be provided at the school, there
is little doubt that .Junior will be
spatter painting after school hours
too. "' t
Chaplain (Capt.) Thomas1' L.
McMinn, Jr., has announced that
' children will be rtoistered far the
' school tomorrow from 9 te
11 a.m. and 2 to 5 p.m. at the
chapel activities center in Fort
The religious study theme for
this year's vacation Bible school
will be "living and working togeth-
. wi - m.. .l:u
er as cnrisuaus. xue cuuureo
will read and discuss together sto
ries in, the Bible which tell how
people can live, happily together
Putting what they have learned
into nractice. children in the School
will collect used clothing to .' be
distributed to needy families: Some
of the classes will make hospital
books full of colored pictures at attractive
tractive attractive to children. These books
will be given to local hospitals for
use in the children's wards. Greet Greeting
ing Greeting cards for sik children also
will be made. v
Other projects which will be part
of the school program, will be nu nu-sic,
sic, nu-sic, soap and wood carving and
making .puppets. .
A special program for paints
will be held Friday evening, Au August
gust August 23 at 7 o'clock in the cha.
pel activities center. A service
' of worship will be conducted by
children from ell departments ef
the school and pamnts wHI have
an opportunity to see exhibits of
handicraft. '" y.r
j General secretary of the vaca vacation
tion vacation school is Mrs. Ruth Flint and
her assistant is Mrs. Billy Wise.
The staff 01 the nursery depart-
man tvill Iia Xlrk Taan .Tnnaa m.
nnrinlAIIflatiti' Una kAA A 1 rtnrt
secretary,' Mrs. Clara Airall, pia J
nist, fnd .Mrs. Norena Mills and
Mrs. Jean Matties, teachers.
1 The kindergarten department
will nave as superintendent Mrs.
Jimmie Cosper and as secretary
Mrs. Martha' McMinn. Pianist will
be Mrs. Mildred Crawford. Teach
ers are: Mrs. Keitha Childers,
Mrs. Maggie Hancock, Mrs. Geor Georgians
gians Georgians : McClenaghan, Mrs. Pearl
Sim ras, Mrs. Gerry Barfield, Mrs.
Irene Payne, Mrs. Frances Lane,
Mrs. Faith Swann and Mrs. Clara
The nrimary department will be
headed v by Mrs. Nell Schoenfelt,
superintendent, and have Miss
Ann Braiwell as secretary and
Mr. Pet?2Vi .Wilder aa t nlanist.
Teachers are: Mrs. Virginia Brink
Miss juay cantreii, JMrs. wobie,
Mrs., fiernice Peralta, Mrs: Mary
rruitt,' miss Annette Rentz, Mrs.
Mary Saski, Mrs. Nellie Stone,
Mrs. Mary Louise Thompson and
Mrs. Peggy Wood is superinten.
dent of the junior department, with
Mrs. Celia Miller as secretary and
Mrs; Edith Oleen as pianist. Teach Teachers
ers Teachers are: Mrs. Jean Godsey, Mrs.
Ruth. Harth, Mrs. Bonnie Hassler,
Miss Judy Rettinger, Mrs. Virgi Virginia'
nia' Virginia' Smith, Mrs. Mary Watson, Mrs.
Marjorie McCord, Mrs. Eleanor
Hicks and Miss Betty Fortune.
The intermediate department will
be headed by superintendent Mrs.
Jo Ann McGuire and her teaching
staff will be Mrs. Betty Mullins.
William Beene and Vernon Bethea.
tow Down Payments
May Spark Boom
In Cheaper Housing
WASHINGTON (UP) Housing
industry officials today forecast 3
possible low cost housing boom if
lenders accept the new low fed federal
eral federal floor on down payments. V
At the same time, the Federal
Housing Administration faced a
full, congressional investigation be
cause, of the boost in mortgage
interest rates- that accompanied
the down payment cuts.
The Eisenhower administration
Monday authorized a 25 to 57 cut
per cent in minimum required
down payments and a one-fourth
per cent boost in. interest 1 rates
on government-insured FHA loas
The move aimed at putting hew
life in the lagging housing mous
The new regulations' mean that
for the first time in history man
can buy a $14,000 home with a
down payment as small as $900
under the FHA program. Monday
he would have had to put down
at least $1,700.
But there are two, possible
' The; man Has to Jlnd' ? lender
willing to pssgV eut jnortgage
money on the new low-down pay-
'. TntArxf rf rrnhh1v will he
higher now on the mortgage re
gardless of the down payment re
Industry officials said the new
regulations probably will not mean
any building upsurge this 'year be because
cause because of the time lag. in setting
up housing projects.
However, they said if the regula regulations
tions regulations bring out more mortgage
money into the market a low-cost
housing boom is possible.
George S. Goodyear, National
Association of Home Builders
president, said the. reduced down
payments "could be the most
significant step forward the FHA
has made since its establishment
FOR THE FIRST TIME ini the history of the 'Headquarters,
Caribbean Air Command, two majors have been awarded the
highest USAF pilot aeronautical rating '.'command pilot
MaJ.-Robert E. Dales', chief of operations and Maj. Jacob M.
Huffman Jr.; chief ,of training of the offlce of the deputy
chief of staff for operations, received "wreaths during July
To be eligible for the. award a pilot is required, to have. 15 15-years
years 15-years of flying experience, -3000 hours of pljofc time and
green instrument certificate (the highest issued a pllotX.
s r (Official USAF PhoteJ
Registration For Dance Classes?
Teenagers & Pre-Teens
1 Pacific Sids. Sat., September. 14th
Atlantic SfdY Tuea., September 17th
8:30 to 5:38 p.m. Cristobal. T
' Beginners Inter, b Advan. Crs, In
Rock T Roll Bop Dig Jitterbug, with Flips ft
Lifts Waits -Foxtrot Turkey Trot Tamborlto,.
Calypso Cha Cha Cha La Varsouvinns Ballroom
etiquette, afld all party games and dances.
"SPEaAL" 24 flour tessong $10.00
. ,yi; Balboa. 3-4239
"LUCHQ" is his (nick) Narnc
i (--it anyone here doesn't know Lncbb)
If you don't, you should lose no tithe to dropping Into our
delightful Sunday Brurich Dance. Also Lucho and hUf l
Conjunto now play ens night weekly ln ths Bella Vista
Room, where you can enjoy an evening of dancing to
Lucho'i toe-tapping tunes.
If you know his music, fou11 be glad we rexninded you
about that' Lucho night. . .. , A
This week it is tomorrow night FRIDAY
It's cheaper than you think at..
A Klrkaby Htrf "Vf.
BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE If
3 DAYS ONLY: TOMORROW FRI DAY, SATURDAY ond 'MONDAY!
IF YOU REMEMBER OUR SALE OF 1 YEARS AGO YOU WONT; MISS THIS ONE
TERRIFIC BARGAINS ON OFFICE SUPPLY
V-Cola" steel files letter size
rColv'stesl' files Legal ails'
"crazy" secretary chair f (a scrsw miasirtg)
i1 6, combination lock security box
plastic utility fifes with, drawers ........
"Cols? letter ?fi'ij jlightly dented ... .
4 Toam ruDDer- seat cushions
leather desk pads .........
3 large world globes ......
floor ash trays : ...J. .". . ......
letter scales ... .7. .................
1 6 oz.l bottles "Skrip" blus.' ink
2 nz. bottles' "Waterman? red Ink ..'.,
Sanford's liquid pasts ................
executive calendar pads 1957
"BATES" staple machines ............
PARKER" desk set . .
wast paper baskets1 V. r t ... .
desk, organizers ... .... . . . . .
boxes 'ACCO". files fasteners ......
;V .' . ..Before
, 17 columna books No. 25 150 p&zss Asst.. 7.95
6 columnar ooks No.. 25 300 pages Asst . 1 3.50
i'47; Ring binders with zippsr . ... 1 .75
1 2 v'rtdtaryV d&ters i v. . .;,".. r. ... .7.95
" 8 reams Eaiton" air mail paper ..t :;lV. 4.50
1'9d'rolls adding machlrts wrth.;carbsn copy .. 0.80
96Mvopn face whits' snvslopes flo. 10' 7.50 M
, 96M open facs7 white envelopes 6 ....... 3.50 M
250' dozen Vandyks pencils Nssj. 1 and ... 1.80 dz.
, 3 papsr cutters ....... 18.50
: I papsr cutter U ........ .39.50
250 Csrman-mads alarm clocksy ...".. 2.95
60 men's" umbrsllas ...2.50
. 65 ladies umbrellas:.....-.... 2.50
is affica moat with sticks i ....... .1. 1.75
A large assortment of smsJI tools below cost V;
A large sssortmsnt of XACTO" -Hems drastically reduced
HUNDREDS OF OTHER. UNADVERTISED SPECIALS.
Alt'krticks without spscial-valus, sals prlc Uf.
5 havs a 20 discount .during these 3 dajrt,
. 0.50 box
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OPEN FROM 8:00 A.M. TILL 6:00 P.Mt
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' rossmiTdT' ACCEPTS CHINESE HONOR President Ernesto de la Quardla Jr,; was de de-'
' de-' 2S?m, the Order ropitloug Clouds- by a delegation from Nationalist China, yester yester-Say
Say yester-Say SJrSS it tS rPrtSdenuSl Palace. Dr. ChanK Huan Shen, Ve-Mlnlster, of Foreign
Affairs made the presentation. : , -:, :
'kvrHivr AND-DENIM' WILL BE THEME OF ANNUAL.
ABM T?AlL TO BE HELD AT TIVOLI, AtG. 24
" Th ranal Zone Art Leajue wilt hold Hs annual Beaux
' 4rts TBall on SatTd.?. Auf. Vat thevoll Guest House.
1 ffi n hinta Denrjn" or Con,e
' i Y0.1 Like' Music for the occasion will be. furnished by
Lucho Azcarraja ana n .v..v-..-,
and gaifity for' Isthmians. The
price has therefore been kept to
the minimum of one dollar per
Army personnel are especially
invited to. join the ,fun.
A delightful program hasten
arranged to add to the fun. There
wfil be many prizes given, all of
them paintings of the foremost
,'aists of the Art League.
' While the main purpose of" the
'bim is to provide- funds for an
act scholarship for a worthy stu-
Amnt it is also the hope of the
Give Dinner, Party
. The British- Ambassador and
League to offer an evening of fun Mrs. J Ian Leslie Henderson gave
a dinner party at the Embassy
Residence last night in honor of
th Rt. Rev. Bishop of Bradford
Dr. S. D. Coggan.
The guests included the Rt. Rev.
R. Hebcr Gooden, Bishop of the
Missionary District of the Canal
Zone rnd Mrs. .Gooden, Col. Hugh
M. Arnold. Lt. Governor of the
Canal Zone, Rev. and Mrs. J. W.
Limkemann. Mr. and-Mrs. A.E.
B. Rimmington and Mrs. J. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. '. T :
A friend recently told me this
At nine, she conceived a pas passionate
sionate passionate envy of another litle girl
who'd just had her hair cut into
bangs. She wanted bangs, too but
her mother said no, becauss if
they weren't becoming, voj had
to wait so long lor them to grow
out. Bui my friend's : paisionare
wibh for bangs persisted.
' One eight she was studvine hard
tor a finl test in arithmetic bet
most difficult subject. So sympa
meiic was net-mother, that she
was -moved to ask, "Can I havf
bangs if I pass this test"? The
answer was yes.
me lollowing afternoon' her'
Mrs. Charles Bruce
Returns From Vacation
Mrs. Charles O. Bruce, wife of
the Panama Canaf Health Direc Director
tor Director Col. Charles 0: Bruce, return returned
ed returned today with their two children
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Everybody liked them them-You
You them-You will too!-
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vocal quartet harp duo guitar trio and dance act!
Direct from. Hotel Tamanaco in Caracas, Venezuela.
See this versatile group during their limited engagement here
in the elegant air-conditioned BELLA VISTA ROOM
Ttco Different Shows Nightly No Cover No Minimum
Mon. thru Thurs. 9- p.m. and 11 :30 p.m.
Fri., Sat. Sun. 9 p.m. and midnight 1
Aftr the show, try your luck in
tha exciting CASINO-in-the SKY!...
open till 4 ajn.
' A Klrktky Held'
Michael and Mamie from a six
week vacation in the States.
They spent most of their vaca
uon with Mrs. Bruce's 1 Darents
ueuerai ana Mrs; cnanes Corbin
or Washington D.C. OBKheir re
turn trip Mrs. Bruce took the
children to see Yellowstone Na
Noah Crlolla , 1
Highway Delegates 4
Delegates tn thn 7lh Pan-Amsr.
lean Highway Congress and their
wives were entertained last meht
at tne uoif uub with a "Noche
Criolla" dance. ,
Panama's national costumes the
Pullera ahd montuno were dis
played, native dances were per.
formed, and local music set the
Wedding Date Sat
For Thursday, Aug. 2
Miss Dixie Le Stoudner of Bal
boa, whose forthcoming marriage
to Thomas Jeazons of Vermillion,'
Ohio was recently announced, has
chosen inursaay Aug. at as her
The ceremony will take place
7:30 at the Balboa Union Church.
No invitations have been sent,
but all friends are cordially invit
ed to the wedding, ceremony r-and
the reception Which will follow in
the ballroom of the Tivoli Guest
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rei Reiman
man Reiman and their youngest 'daughter
Margie returned this week after
a three months vacation in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, 111. and San Francisco, Cal.
mother was waiting for her after
school. 'We're going downtcvn
right now to get those bangs tut",
"But I don't know yet if t've
passed my test or notl". protested
Very, gravely her mother said,
"I am rewarding you, Kathy, not
for what your teacher1 thinks of
the hard work you did last night
but -for the hard work itse't v
' My friend's mother was murder murdered
ed murdered in a Nazi concentrarion camp
Recounting this childhood experien
ence, the daughter said, 'The me
mory of my mother's respect for
my work, instead 01 tor its le-
sults is what has sustained me
all my life since.' - -'
I do not understands parents'
feeling that' Johnny 'a school wot k
is meamnR'ess to them until its
value has been confirmed for them
by promotion, graduation and 0 0-thei
thei 0-thei forma of worldly approval,
. Their contempt, for Johnny's .ef .effort
fort .effort is what distracts him from
effort and turns him into a chron.
ically dependent- neurotic a! vas
wondering .what tlje vghet fellow
is going to, think-of wttut re
does r V
; f!o, with school 'over for the" sum
mary 1. remind you that every. Holy
bookw ever written:? -for numan
enlightenment reduires oiir disin
terest in the Tesults of effort to
center purer interest on the el
fort itself. 1
Says. J)ur t own Biblo's Paul : !'T
planed, but, God gave the -in
rrease." Savs China's Lao Tse:
"The wise man accomplishes with
out interest in credit." bays India s
Song of God: "The Ignorant work
for the- friit of the- actibn:"
, .k '
Dies; Funeral J
' Charles E. Richards, 58, a Pan
amanian employe of the Marine
Division, died yesterday .; morn
ing at Gorgas Hospital, He was
admitted to the hospital the pre
vious afternoon. He resided at:
No. 14. 20th Street: Guachapali
v mi; iwwiwus Bui Yiycuu, ? editor whff caUed it "sort of -a, per per-wifei,Mrs.
wifei,Mrs. per-wifei,Mrs. Doris M. Bichards. andi.nn,r ihinv ,v ,- r-.
his sonH Hugh, serving In thei Th. antho 1- inmate- in'the
VS. Army.' i J v nrisnni It is believed he left the
, r unorar nrxajigciucuua "aCtorv 1
(CONTINUED On PAGE 5)
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tAtn DAKCE EXPERTS Donna Trasavage And JOe Reynold are presented with trophies,
by. their teachers Harnett and Dunri lor -toefcig the best all round couple in Latin dancing..
They are experts in. the Rhumba' Cha Cha CAa, Merengue and Calypso. The presentation'
Nwas made- at the Teenage Jamboree held at the American Legion Club last Friday.-,
Convict Tell$; Tale r :
01 Jimmy Porsey
In Prison Newspaper
COLUMBUS, ',OhiO"(UP) The
Ohio Penitentiary JMewa published
a eulogy of bandleader ..Jimmy
Dorsey today by an anonymous
not been completed pending the
arrival of his son irpm tne 14.0.
story, unsigned so he wouldn't at
i l '(.,:
t f 1
Parents Oppose :
ManV A teen-age boy jor voung
man gets the-gate from a girl he
really likes simply because he
can't he .botliered with" everyday
courtesieal 1 s
And the sad part is that he nev
tract any(; attention to; himself- or er-knows that his lack of manners
I OVERNIGHT (
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leave aa mtnugU.
t",i 'r i rr i 1 it- - 1 mm i l',' tllM iiMiCmmTmii i ;
his earlier lifej
f'More. years ', ago Jthan we' care
to remember,.", he said, Vwe were
breaking into the business called
radio. ', 1 i- ? 1 -j
i'Ope night we were sent out on
what' was then known, as 'band
renloteV announcig s 'halfhour
of music direct from a place-away
irom the studios. J "t --
"It was ttur first ;exberieric'be
fore a live 'audieAcej also,' it was
our first-on a program fed 'to the
network, Naturally, we were, more
tnan a iitue nervousv, v ; i J
''The 'band : was Jimmv Dor
iey's. In those days he was as bia
or bigger, than in laterr days Our
stomacfi tiippea a ; little when We
met the guy, and he knew1 iU. a f'
, 'But he took bur' arm and gave
11 a. reassuring squeeie.--j. y.t
.'VTake : Jtv.easy kidJ he--aaid.
'lyt just another 'broadcast' no-
body'll be; bstenting to,' anyway,
Then::he walked- Jrack onto the
bandsta nd grinnig. -1 ,j l,h
' "Came air time "and w -aiant
from the bandroom to the 'stand.
ine music ust m our-, band quiv-
111,.. l ,u. i j N
unc; m mi.uic wiuff as we
watched our engineer for the: cue.
Jimmy, stoo-! by. arm .raised for
the downbeat. The engineer point
ed his finger. We were on the air.
. 'From California. we nunched
it proudly, 'IT'S THE MUSIC c OF
Tommy Dorsey 1. ;; ; '4: ? -t
"Horror stricken,? we saw Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy become stiff as he heard our
words. Therd wa;, a moment's
hesitation t akd we heard h him
1- "Then: his arm swept down and
the "familiarTommy Drosey theme
went over tne air;. Jimmy stepped
to tn microphone'. ---
Good evening folks.': he said
smoothly with a .wink at1, us
'The brother conldn't make it to
night, 'so this ia Jim my ; Dorsey
for you dancing pleasure!' ', V -;
" inai a ine sort ot guy jimmy
worked against him.;
f; The girl Who suddenly finds turn
Jess than irresistible, may not ev even
en even know herself why she no longer
Uhinks he. is desirable. -
..But it s a safe bet the boy with without
out without good manners has been subtly
Undermined by the girlTi parents.
Just as th-r young man who lacks
manners has a girl's parents work'
ing against him, a young man who
behaves .like a gentleman has; a
girl's parents working for. him.
So any teen-age boy or : young
man who kids himself that good
manners 'aren't important is mak making
ing making a big mistake. :S
MAY NEVER KNOW :
He may think manners don't
matter, Perhaps nobody ever tellsf
him when he loses a girl that he fJ
lost out because he hasn't bother-
ed to' be courteous. . i A ; :
- When a youtag man can so easi easi-ly
ly easi-ly have a girl's parents'slikiiig and J.
respect, ha is foolish to set them W
against him.r c c:,--r;:::-j;?'.
And they'll be against hinr r-:
eitner openly or subtly.-if they
one mark him down as a younf
Man without manners.; -1
'Eath aetice for iaclutien in thl
column tkeeld be tubmittad 1 m
. typwrittea form and mailed eo
the bax number listed daily ia So So-:
: So-: cial and Otherwiae," r delivered
by htld to the olfitt. Notices of
mtitinaj cannot be accepted 'by
Will Meet Monday ;
The August meeting of the Canal-Zone
Post, .Society, of Ameri
can Military Engineers will be
held in the -Fern Room- Tivoli
Guest House. Monday evening, AJ
sociali hour will be .held ,-; 0
p.m.' and dinner will be served
pro-mRuy at .6:30 p.m. -t ,-:
1 Poljowing dinner, a tour of
tnei Panama uanai company's
installation at Madden Dam will
be held. Members will provide
their own transportation from
the Tivoli Guest House to Mad Madden
den Madden Dam. Reservations may be
securecVbefore Friday -noon -by
calling Lt CoU Gross, Fort Clay
ton 3258; Lt. comdr. Saunders,
Mrs. Ida Glawsbn
Dies in Dallas, Tx.
.. r..;-'vs .yi.-f -A
narl 70 Va irr
Hyvu f man
Dorsey was. His last hit record is Navy 3393; Or, CoL Browder, CE'
ms iiuesi ... &o nare. - mcs., caioua jm. ;,
for fresh4asting milk :. 4
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KuM an ilk hu tie Votiderful ret
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awed all the important borfy-buildinf
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ia eoekine; to i i ;aa4 -ts add de delicious
licious delicious flaw to tea or coffee,.
In the apecially-jreked tin Eum
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as the da r it wma made. It keeps
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fmh-UaUng aOi milk for your
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And many other knoim brands of fabrics.
All reduced lo minimum prices"
News of the" sudden death
Monday -night in Dallas, Texa
of Mrs, Ida Glawson,-- fongtim
resident of the Canal Zone, has
been received by members of her
family here. Mrs. Glawson was
79 years old. .
. Mrs. XJlawsort, came t6 the Ca Canal
nal Canal one during th early nart of
the construction period when
her liusband, Robert t' was
working as a carpenter and later
as, a car Inspector: They made
ineir nome, ui several of the
"line", towns and later ta Cris Cristobal.,.
tobal.,. Cristobal.,. '.: ,' -.i ....
. . .,,;.!
When Mr. Glawson left the
Canal Service Irf i22, they moved
to Nevada where he- was employ employed
ed employed lor many years with: a cop
per company. ; .,
. 'In addition to 'herlhusband,
Mrs. Glawson lsshrvtved ly a
large family, several members of
whom were well-known residents
of the Canal zone. These inrlud inrlud-ed
ed inrlud-ed three daughters Mrs. E. C.
Cotton," Mrs, Jerome Prager and
Mrs. -Anthbnv Fernandea. aJJ of
whom are nor living In thi
United States. She is also surviv survived
ed survived hy several n-andchlldren 'and
great grandchildren who residr
La the Canal Zona. '' : t -.
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was good torn out uf ambulato
the trip' to Monte LWo Sunday
morning, should telephone or con contract
tract contract Mrs. Worley at once for
- w y
alboa members should report
In at the chib headquarters at a a-bout
bout a-bout 7:00 a.m. -Sunday, for pool pooling
ing pooling transportation, Cristobal mem members,
bers, members, will either drive direct'v to
Gamboa or take train to Cam Cam-boa.
boa. Cam-boa. Boat departure from. Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Is set at, about 8:00 a.m.
Bring your own lunches.
' Telephone Mrs. Worley at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4203 for reservations, as the
limit will be around 35 or 36 pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. ; .
ry patients woo were jnost pleas
ed to have a Monday night acti
vity after b$ing hospitalized or
the weekend. Home made coo cookies
kies cookies and punch were served and
prizds were comfort articles, -playing
cards and cigarettes. ".Mem
P. A. CLAS
bers of the committee thia month
were Airs.. Alary Carlisle,. Airs.
Feted WW Shewer
- Mini- KaUberine Cross, whose
- wd ''"Uto'Pr. William J. Car Car-,
, Car-, soiv-J.m tik place next
, hone ri" crystal shower iiyen
' by $Irf."Pobert Hdius, Mrs.
EtwjkXnrw, JKrs.Nite Hart-mttt"-t:?r.-
Coyd Bevinr-rr t
thlUi'ahome in Balboa last
t visit their -son "and daughter
in-law.. Mr, and Mrs. Boyd Bevt
Ann roster and Mrs. Lathy Wu
son, 1 1
Pacific Navy Wives -Give
Bingo at Gorges
Reck Club Field
It. mtW K!n iho Tf,P "X aflay
Red Cros3 recreation room at
Gorgas Hospital on July 29. There
Members of the C. Z. Gem and
Mineral Club, who desire to join
""TJSHSjjiv friends of 1 Mist
CroiwnftI invited to the party.
i j v Mrsr-"'',,w;. Cross, mother of
fiarsnrtrSfr-mother-oi the groom-
' to-be, assisted fthe, hostesses at
Mrs. Dorothy Thornton 1
Ctitertekw -Pen Women
MtSnJJDrtthy Thomton gave a
f Wliome in Diablo Height
ior member of the Canal Zone
Branch Of the National League a a-'
' a-' v jneripai Pen Women, yesterday
Among those who attended Were
Mrs. Pat Morg an, Mrs. Henri
" Skiei, Mrs. HortensU de Aleman,
Mr: catsjr Tayior, jars. jea
,. 1UI VSf.M IT fc-
ley.- Mrs. Betty-Bentz, Mrs,. lEd lEd-'
' lEd-' na HowertJC 'Mrs. Betty Higains,
Jin. .Jean-Magnusson and Mrs.
Muriel BtSfoving, pre:
' lu.JillHW.fa Xtahix
Mrs. Boyd Bevington
f BilHO'wiij leave y Pm
' line Saturday en route to Win-
"Sf thwrughter, ; Manlyn, to
Hir,' c?aTff JOsepn. ."yei, wm.
wiU aki Macron Aug .T2Vta( the
t. Joseph's Church of Wmsted.
)Afterthe -wedding, the Bevingtons
' 'Hew eta I get my husband to
take a more active part, ia Umuy
-we content to leava jnost
majot decisions, t me. And if the
chWtt 0!tfl1Wm tor tnything
he seads them to me with, G3 ask
There are more and more ims ims-"
" ims-" bands who seen content to partici.
pate as littlq a possible
livings Thau? wivei ik th ded-
v sions. neure oui now mi
incom sliould, be spent, tateiun
ckcrio of tne enuoren, aooie
n- anil m afl.
LJIHaiiiUy Jiff isnt nearly 1 as
wt-Ulaacad, f ntestig. 6
swear fuav a teallfaful
irBIiC ie eiWreo aa at Jj
i heatea waera Papa isat Just
- i a wife wm want to ,raw f
hHi taar' ektselr lata taa
Canity ircla can find aay number j
af wayt! weaanpnaning wa
, Waaaaat aaat W aw"t
AiiTiiTT :af -vWaMaaT decision. I
Wfha-aaa.tea her kusbaad Ihat
aSiaunflacVd ABa, wants Jus
InataaaVal UTUflf Jr
t1urnWBd w Help nef "wow
'eElaenilr Jbudgeti- :t.
lirgwrtal letting the ehUdm
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haTe-to-taU that ever with your
- 8ffer,rthB catch; Some warn'
-wha-omplain because their
lmsbtda ihy way from family
lirinf Idoat ieally want Papa mV
, tmfrSftTh re so enre they
kaaw-Mst aboon an marten con-
ctrnmg"rji home, the, thildrea
.' and e-fcadget that they 6m
wanrw J1k vmf tneir nns-baedr-wt
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unlan i woman is willing to llstea
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NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UP) It took a long time, but
ingbean Gene Conley finally has gotten around to help
line Milwaukee Braves toward some ot that World
the Red Sox toppled the Orioles,
5-2, in 11 innings.
Home runs by Walt Moryn, Bob
Speake and Dale Long paced the
Cubs to their triumph over the
Cards. Rookie Dick Drott picked
up his 10th victory although he
needed a neat bit of relief pitching
by Dick Littlefield in the eight.
Drott departed after St. Louis
filled the bases with one out in
the eight. Littlefield came on and
induce 1 pinch hitter Walker Coo Cooper
per Cooper to bounce into a double play.
Herm Welnneier was the loser.
Don Newiombe of the dodgers
had a 5-3 lead going into the ninth
innine when he ran into a three-
run' homer by pinch-hitter Hank
Sauer. Clem Labine took Over and
the Giants added two more runs
when tfay Jablonski singled with
the bases full. Marv Grissom pitch pitched
ed pitched ona hit ball for three innings in
relief of Johnny Antonelli to gain
Jim Wilson of the wnite sox nur-
led his fifth shutout and 12th vic
tory in holding the Athletics to
two hits. The White Sox routed
Mickey McDermott with a six six-run
run six-run burst in the third inning, Earl
Torgeson and Jim Rivera each del
ivering two-run singles.
Tom Sturdivant of the Yankees
had a two-hit shutout and a 1-0
lead against Washington in the
ninth inning but Eddie Yost tag tagged
ged tagged him for a two-run homer. Stur Sturdivant
divant Sturdivant gave ud two more singles
before Bob Grim took over.
'he lanky, six-foot, eight inch
ilev. a distinct disappointment
t year and anything but a world
iter the first naif ot tms season,
j suddenly blossomed forth with
a straight Wins and seven vie vie-ies
ies vie-ies in his last eight verdicts to
e the Braves what they've been
king for all along a fourth
oniev's fine seven-hit effort
nst Cincinnati last night gave
Braves a 12-2 victory t n a
etched their National League
id to 1 Vi games. The triumph
s Milwaukee s loth in me last
games and Conley, who won
'y two games up until the ail ail-if
if ail-if break, has won four of those
Wes Covington drovt in four
f the Braves' runs with a pair
f homers while Rad Schotndi Schotndi-nsr
nsr Schotndi-nsr knocked in three mere with
bases-loaded triple in the sev sev-ith
ith sev-ith inning.
The Chicago Cubs, on their long
t winning streak of the season.
ade it five in a row when they
feated the St Louis Cardinals
1, and the Giants beat the Dod-
rsi. 8-5. at Jersey City, N.J., in
e only other scheduled National
The Chicago White Sox, who
ll entertain some hopes of catch catch's
's catch's tin- Yankees in the American
ague race, cut the distance be-
j een them to six games with a 7 7-declsion
declsion 7-declsion over Kansas City. Wash Wash-srton
srton Wash-srton nipped the Yanks, 3-2; De De-jit
jit De-jit defeated Cleveland, 4-1, and
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. wewcombe (9-10), Labine
CZ TEENERS MEET WHITEY FORD Whltey Fordr star Ya nkee pitcher, grins as he and Brian tutz, star VFW Teener
pitcher, exchange hats. Other members of the Canal Zone V FW Teener baseball team look on In envy. Pictured left to
righ,t are: John-Morris, Eddie Corrigan, Frank Ammlratti, Ford, Keith Kullgi Lutz, joe Garcia, Jeff Kline, Gary Ness' Dick
Venus and Doug Chassin. j- .- : : '
A sacrifice and Art Sehult's
sacrifice fly then brought in
what proved to be the deciding
run. Mickey Mantle blasted his
30th homer off Tru Clevenger in
the bottom of the ninth and. Hank
Bauer homered in the first in.
ning. Bud Byerily, second of three
Senator pitclwr, was the win
Southpaw Billy Hoeft checked
the Indians on six hits as the Tig
ers clinched the victory with a
three-run outburst off rookie John
Gray in the first inning. A walk,
doubles by Jim Small and Ray
Boone and Al Kaline's single gave
Detroit its three runs in the first
Ted Williams' hustle on the base
paths figured In Boston's 11-inning
win over the Orioles.
Williams, who had driven in
Boston's first two runs with a
double in the first inning, singled
with one out in the 11th and slid
into second when center fielder
Jim Busby fumbled the ball. Mic Mickey
key Mickey Vernon followed with a slow
roller down the first base line and
when Baltimore pitcher Connie
Johnson fell fielding Bob Boyd's
throw, Williams hot-footed it home
all the way from second.
Singles by Jackie Jensen, Billy
Consolo and Sammy White added
two more runs. Frank Sullivan
pitched a six-hitter for his 10th victory.
Pairings and Starting Times
Listed for Isthmian Amateur
Here are the pairings and start starting
ing starting times for the first day's play
at Fort Amador in the 1957 Me
curio Isthmian Amateur Golf
The tremendous interest shown
in this year's tournament has
brought out a record entry of 150
playet scheduled to tee off start starting
ing starting at 7 a.m.
Players must be on hand ear early
ly early Mid report to the starter in the
clubhouse to pick up their score
cards in plenty of time to make
their scheduled tee time.-
Late entries who show no at the
club will be slipped in any jnatchj
wnere a piayer witnarawt or
doesn't show up, or will be sent
off in one of the late starting)
three-somes. These same starting
times, tees, and pairings hold for
the Sunday matches at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Golf Club.
Ne. 1 Tee I
7:00. L. Collett, Bob'Medln-
ger. Bill Le Brun, Bob Walker.
7:10 Al Kline, M. H. Ma-
home. Jack Lally. Al Lima.
ao Webb Hearne, W. T.
Jamison, Jim Annichorico, Wil
7:30 L. W; Thomas', K. D.
Bergere, Allen Alexander.
C API TO LI O
A NIGHT IN
TO CATCH A
THE BIG KNIFE
7:40 Toney Jankus, Tom
Jacks, C. S. MacGowan, George
7:50 James Kirkley. D. F
Brown, S I. Schlegel.e Harry
8:00 Harvey Be'all, Herb Mit
ten, Jim DesLondesy Sc., Jim Des-
8:10 Maury Muller. Vince
Lombroia. Jim Riley. Charles
8:20 Jack Smith, Perc Gra
ham, Sam Carriel, Frank Day.
8:30 Sandy Hinkle, Jim Hin
kle, Tcm Connors, Norman Lew.
8:40 Thatcher ICUsbe, Floyd
Baldwin. Dave Leonard.
8:50 Ed Wysocki, Walter
Grow, Lamion Coffman, Willie
O -1A T T riAialnflsar Tim
Caranaugh, Gus Kosik, Bill Carl
9:30 Bill Wigg, Tom Spencer,
Dave Burke, R, M. Collins.
9:50 Alfred Massaud, Sam
Smith, Frank Coniskj, R. McA McA-mis.
10:10 Elwood Compton, Ani Ani-bal
bal Ani-bal Galindo, Mer French, Pres
10:30 Bill DeLaMater, B. W.
Mercer, M. A. Artese.
10:50 Don Mathiesen, Paul
Richmond, C. W. (Bostic, Gordon
u a iion.
11:10 Mike Greene, Jim Wai
nio, Elton Bell.
8:20 Ed MacVittie. Kell Aro
semeua, Gabriel Galindo, Charles
8:0 Howard Cafr, Lawry
8:40 Oflen for Startpr
8:50 iBob Boyer, Ted Melan
oou, ai iBiuor, jsob cotfee.
9:10 H. W. Post. Larry Mielr:
Ted Wilbur, Ben Suisman
:30uicRiley, M. I. Rob Rob-erts,
erts, Rob-erts, William Concee.
:50 Robert Peralto, Harold
j-neney, neish, Walter Par
tle;10":.TdBow Ted Stent,
. v. i-iuieji, Cj. 1). Jones.
10:30.- J. Travis, K. Binder,
R. P. Knock.
,r,( n.m uieit, bui Kauas.
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viayior, Kicnard Ho.
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7:00 Ben Williams,
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7:10 Al Garcia, Joe Vasquex,
Meyer Kaplan, Robert Bishop
7:20 M. M. Bunk, Harvey
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7:30 Joe Jtsgers, Floyd Hau
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7:40 Melvin Smith, S. L. Hen-
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8:00 Richard I golf, Fred
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If llavy Cook Could
Kayo Pele, What
Will Pallerson Do!
Press Braves Won't
Fold In Sfrefch
MIAMI (UPV-Pete Rademach
er will have to be better when
he meets heavyweight champion
Floyd Patterson that he was when
1 flabby Nsvy cook knocked him
out here two years ago.
A former AAU official, Bill Bur-
relL told about Radem acher's
kayo during an interview Monday
night-with Ulevisioe station Sports
Director Jack Cummins.
BurrelL former Florida AAU
boxing' commissioner, said Rade-
macher came to Miami in Novem November
ber November of 1955 with en Army team
for aa AAO boxing meet put oa
to raise' money for the 1958 Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games. Rademacher was
Olympic champion in 1958.
BurreD. recalled that the mala
event pitted Rademacher against
a "somewhst flabby, overweight"
ship's cook from the, Key West
Navy base and uat tne cook
kayoed Rademacher ia the second
round with a short right te the
"I fail'to see bow Rsdemacher
conceivably has any kind of
chance ia the ring against Patter Patter-soa,"
soa," Patter-soa," said BurrelL Patterson aad
Rademacher meet ia Seattle Aug.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Aug. 8
,r Kea scnoendienst, the
"little xeneral" of th MiiwanVu
Braves, said today he doesn't feel
tne craves will fold In the clutch
iucy uiu ibsi season.
"These fellows imiu ma M
the former New York Giant and
O T . . r 1; . .....
01.. xjwuia arainai inrieiaer. They
aon t show the tension- of the
race, iney play the games one
-we play the Cardinals this
weekend. And I haven't heard a a-nyone1
nyone1 a-nyone1 talking about the series."
iney iaix aoout the games
just over, dui never about what's
anead. it could be they're used
to a tight racer having been, in
one me past couple years."
"In other words, these guys are
used to the stress." he nairi In mx.
plaining charges that the Braves
aon t appear to have much (mo-
lion on me playing field.
xms team would have folded
a month ago if it didn't y have
spunk. When you've rot men like
Adcock, Aaron and Bruton out of
uie lineup and still win. vou'va
goi wnai it taxes," tie said.
Scnoendienst feels his old club,
me cardinal witfi wnom he was
a star for many season, is the
team Milwaukee has to beat for
The Cardinals have proven they
have the hitting and pitching to
stay in this thing until the end.
Their present lineup, from top to
bottom, can hurt you, and they're
"Brooklyn doesnt have the
punch k used to," be said, "but
of course they're the defending
champs and can't be counted out
Schoendienst has not only been
hitting well since coming from
the Giants about two months ago,
but he his saved a "doten or
more game," according to a
teammate, with his plays on the
field. .... t
He has also helped (Braves
pitchers with his knowledge, of the
opposing batters. Gene Conley
credited Schoendienst with help
ing turn out of a jam the other
The Redhead, who Is 34,
doesnt figure he's aesr the end
Kof his career even though sore
arm rad made the Braves hesi hesitant
tant hesitant about adding him to the rost roster.
er. roster. K
Tve got a few years left. Tm
still a young man when you com compare
pare compare me with someone like Enos
Slaughter," he said. Slaughter, a
former teanmate of Schoendienst
and now with the Hew York .Yan
(Based en 250 official at bats)
National League .'
Player and C, GAB R H Pet
Aaron, Mil. 103 423 '81 142 .336
Musial, St. L. 105 412 67 137 .333
Groat, Pitts. 4 79 320 37 106 .331
Mays N. Y, 107 408 77 133 .326
fnooinson, unci. 10Z 416 71 133 ,320
'ondy.' Pitts, i 90 353 43 112 J17
choendiehst;M. 103 443 59 138 ,312
Morynt Chi. 100 372 52 114 .306
Cimoli, Bk'n 94 850 60-107 .306
Dark. St. L. 101 430 65 139 inn
Hodges, Bk'n 102 393 60 118 .300
Williams, Bos. 98 332 76 129 .389
Mantle, N.Yk '. 106.351 97 130 70
"wuiWIi ueyt. yu zf 90 fl .332
Boyd.' (Bait. loi 338 56 toa .322
Fox, Chi. 105 410 68 131 ,320
Minoso, CM. 103 385 62 121 .314
Malzone, Bos. 104 431 50 133 ,309
McDouaald. N.Y. 97 371 69 114 sot
Skowron, N.Y;.; 94 349 48 106 .304
Wertz, Cleve. 104 366 58 111 .303
' HOME RUNS
Chicago 010 101 0025 8 0
at. JLOius 001 000 0001 5 3
Drott (10-9), Littlefield- and Nee Nee-man.
man. Nee-man. N
Wehmeler (5-5), Muffett, Wil Wil-helm
helm Wil-helm and Landrith, H. Smith.
Cincinnati 010 001 000 2 7 2
Milwaukee 203 020 41x 12 15 1
Lawrence (11-9), Gross, Free Freeman,
man, Freeman, Acker, Klippstein and Bur Burgess.
gess. Burgess. Conley (7-5) and Crandall.
Only games scheduled
t 52 54 ;,491 lg
, ii 53 ;490 18
'A, 51 54 ,486 1814
U VI .374 30a
er ;,352 S214
T.J.f. i- '4
Washington at New York
Boston at Baltimore
Kansas "CHy at -Chicago
Cleveland t .Detroit
000 000 003-4 t
100 000 nni 2 s -a. ;
rascuai, jjyeny (4-5) Clevenger
and Berberet. j
Sturdivant (9-6), Grim'and Ber-
000 000 0000
106) 000 00 7
McDermott (1-4) Biirnptt pr.
tocarrero,: Gorman and Thompson,
.nuauii (xi-i) ana uiuar.
Cleveland V 000 000 100 1 6 1
Detroit 1 : ; 310 000 oox 4 7 0
Gray (1-2). McLish. DalW nrf
Hoeft 4-6) aid Wilson
Boston 200 000 nnn na s 11
(Baltrmore 000 110 000 002 6
Sullivan (10-6) and White.
Johnson (9-7) and Glniberg.
Relief Hurler Johnny James
Does Turn-About for 1-0 Win
. Crowe, Redlegs
Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators '.
RUNS BATTED 'IN
"Musial, Cards. v
' Crowe, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards V.
Jensen, Red So ;
' (Based en 11 decisions)
. W L
Schmidt. Cards :
Donovan, White Sox
WIESBADEN. Germany (UP)
Two golfing lassie named Smith
will conduct clinics and exhibi exhibitions
tions exhibitions here next Week for- Ameri Americans
cans Americans stationed in the area. They
are Wiffi Smith of St. Clair, Mich.,
and' Marilyn Smith of, Wichita,
Kan., both of whom are top cam cam-paig11
paig11 cam-paig11 on the U.S. Women's pro
fessional golflng circuit.
ARCADIA! Calit (UP)-The tlst
running of the Santa Anita Handi
cap will be presented March 1,
19S8, one week later than osual, it
was announced today by Carleton
F. Burke,-racing director at Santa
Anita. ; t
NEW YORK. Aue. t fTTPi
Johnny James, one of the leading
reuei pucners in tne internation international
al international League, did a turn-about and
gave manager Eddie Lopat food
for thought. : i
James, a late-inninx specialist
who hadn't started a game in two
years, pitched a five, hitter as
Richmond shut-out Montreal. 1-0.
in the seven-inning opener a dou-
Dieneaaer last mgnt. The slim
righthander from Bonners Ferry,
Indiana, was forced into action as
the Vets played their third
straight twin-bill. Montreal came
back to win the nightcap. 8-4.
In other cames. Buffalo split
with Miami, the Bisons winning
the opener, 4-0, and dropping the
second. 4-3. Havana unended Ro-
Chester, 2-0, in the nightcap after
losing tne urn,. 4-z, ana uoium
bus whipped Toronto. 6-3.
James needed only a fifth-inning
run to gain his fifth win against
three losses. Fred Kipp went all
the way for Montreal and now
had a 7-13 record. In the night
cap, the Royals lumped on start starter
er starter Bob Wiesler for six early runs
to sew t.p the contest.
Carl Duser won his first game
for Buffalo, allowing the .Marlins
just three hits. Lumbering Luke
Easter hit his 35th homer in the
Solomons To Begin
LONDON, Aug. 8 (UP) British
Heht heavyweight champion Ran
dolph Turpi" of Leamington, Yo-
lande Fompey or Tnntdad ana
Johnny Sullivan of Preston are
scheduled to fight at London's Har-
ringay Arena, September 17, in
what promoter jack. Solomons
calls "world championship elimi
'Fomoev and SuHivan win op
pose each other in one match and
Turpi n will meet a continental box
er who will be named in the next
couple of days. Both matches will
be aver the ten rounds course at
the cruiserweiaht limit of 175
sounds 4n support of the top of
the bill contest between titleholder
Joe .Erskine of Cardiff and Chal
lenger Henry Cooper of Belling Belling-ham
ham Belling-ham for the British heavyweight
Solomons said today: "I know
that Archie Moore is the title hold holder
er holder and that'he is due to defend
against Tony Anthony but there is
the question of whether Moore will
make the weight or. Indeed, if the
fight will take place. Ia any ev
ent, I want te he ready ana nave a
challenger of contender waiting
at hand.", T j
first -Inning, tops hi fhe league.
Miami, scored once in the ninth
inning of the second game to gain
an even break. The split kept the
front-running Bisons a game and
a half ahead of Richmond in the
battle for first place.
Gene Green drove home the
game-winning run with, a homer
for the second straight (day, this
one coming hi the eighth lining-.
Cot i Deal, Rochester's playing
manager, went all th uJ
(.Ms seventh victoryin 13 decisions.
""nun rena, secona of three
Havana1 pitchers, suffered the loss.
The Sugar Kings tallied twice in
the third inning of the nightcap
and then held on to break a nln
Same losing streak. Jose Santiago
urled a two-bitter, for' Havana
and now has a record of 9-1.
Bob Kuzava won hia sixth am
without a. loss, as Columbus broke
six-game lose skein. The former
Yankee served only one bad
itch, a three-run homer to Bob
oselli. . ;
The standings and liaeseorest
W L Pet.
67 51 .568
65 52 j.556
. Yesterdey's Results
Toronto .... 030-000-000 3 A 1
Columbus ' 010-lOl-SOx 6-100
Robinson. Schmitt (4). Pearca
(7), Tiefenauer (8) and ; RoselM;
Auxava ana &raviti. liF-scnmitz.
HRs Roielli,- Stevens,! Powers,
flre Oeme) : ;
(I Innines) v-' V-
Rochester : 100-010-03 4 13
Havana 1 011-000-00 2 t
Deal and Schmitz; Scantlebury.
Pen (5), Cuellar (J) and Iifluler-
do. WftDt. mi creen.
Rochester 000-000-000 622
Havana V 002-00040X 3 72
Lovenguth.' Wnght (8) and Rick-
etts; Santiago and Iiquierdo. LP
" (Firef Ceme, 7 mnlnfe)
.Xrchmond 1 Montreal 4
Montreal 012-0304)02 I-1S 1
Richmond Oao0K200 4-4-1
Barker. Crista nte (7) aad Ron
nine: Wiesler. Nardella (I). 'Kite
(8) and ChitL WP-Barker. LP
rr 71 b
Sec. JUUrll 9:M
GEORGE NADER -Julie
"Four Girli In Town"
SL1I per CAR!
I Geerge Meatgemery fa
tkff k i .r a 1 1 tu r
. (Fire Csme)
Buffalo 4 Miami
Buffalo U . 000-300-000 8 Tl
Miamt 300-000-001-4-6 I
Haha and Astroth; Semproch
and Bucha. -a. v
TWffy Encanto .15
WAHOO! SlU-M 1
" Bonsr Ctolleano In
' "TIGHT IRON MEJT
." I Patricia Medina In
SULN OF BAGDAD
Today IDEAL -30
Jtory Calhoun la
' ,"' ; Plus:
- GVX SMOKE
22 for the heavyweight title.
kees, is L,
," 'v;..";i .
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THURSDAY, AUGUST ,8, 1957
f f 0nly Hurley Could
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L K-.. w...-- x -r .rrr -r M .,; t "T ;7; ; f 1 r " 1 r-C.
"READY, ON THE FIRING' UNE-Collegc Ail-Star put lW omphasis 'on wrimmag at
v'i North western Uni.versity,. Evanxton. preparing foi' their batllt' with NcvtvYorle Giants at Soldier j;'"
Field. tAufcv'm, About .to be smeared by aJineman, John Bro'die, arrow, Uleralcd to Jon Artiett'J f m
' CINCINNATI SoiAethlnt;
cedure is adopted lor picxinr
' .K..t hi huiri-
fjf4!. it .... thr waa one.
otaui'ivi v ww.,
C "TTh" a plump P nk president
ins on it for a year, but jcouldn't drum up any Interest until this
season's fiasco, when itW. a restraining order from the com commissioner
missioner commissioner W make syr'e tnat the poll wouldn't wind up v(ith aU
eight Cincinnati regulars wi vne
h i f,,,, wear ihis
All-Star. vote seriously, and
belntr a popularity contest. xne ians, urgea ou ay j f
newspaper campaigning, flooded the poll with several times as
many vutea as were turned m all over the rest; of the country,
ana most or mem were vwwug a w isui ncuics ""
' At second base, lor instance, the local returns gave 552,000
votes to Johnny Temple aeainst oareiy auuu ior iveu ocuoe..
who made it close was Stan Mu
u r oniv S3.000 votj-s
margin Is explairiad by the fact that .he'r still thought of as
new boy In town. Had Ted Kluszewskl been playlnjr, Muslal
wouldn't have fared much better than Willie Mays, who ran 4-1
" WLat Mr. Giles Wants to do is allot an equal number of bal bal-!
! bal-! Int. tn earh hip leactiB franchise: sav 100.000. to be: distributed
ri a .h-tYnmr'chir!r sens flc Onlv
J recognized, and they would, be xounted and tabulated by .one
TTj,, t those tafUiblelectric,)rAtofc
. .' ru-, ...fntnaft Kallnf Suras
Si A, Detroit baseball writer; He has
e Mr, ones snowea us one. u wm
the size of a business envelope
hi t Players in tn league usiea
a lions. .':
o, xo m&xe a seiecuon, you simpiy puucii uut a uiu uwc m. uic
t .whlch happened to be an American League; moaej,- ana poxea
nonrii throuirh one if thfe knockout rjoints. Had this been for
real the robot would eventually
Torgeson' of Detroit at first base. This proved mat the sampie
was outdated, Torgeson ana ine xigers navmg panea cgmpany.
It also showed that even for demonstration purposes Mr. Giles
was, voting strictly as tv National
"As far is I can see," said Mr. Giles, "this system would be
1 as nearly phonyproof as any we could get. It would be relatively
expensive, bat I feal that tfce All-Star game has taken on enough
stature to warrant the xtra cost, a- V,
V "'The one objection Tve heard is that .minor league fans
would be shut out. but there's no reason why a big league club
couldn't send portions of, its
; system." -: :.:iy--y-r
1- '-:-? The Basic Problem ,'.:'Av
-;-V. ir'i';-;':' '-y ;, j
; v Personally we object to the basic notion of a fan ballot. We
would Uke to see the AU-Star voteturned over to the players,
coaches and managers, perhaps with the stipulation that nobody
be permitted to vote for a man on his own team. ;
" Mr. Giles shook his Lead.
doesn't allow the fans to participate," He said. At the same
time, though, he, concedes thr incompetence of the fans when
he limits them to so mar.y Totes per town, which Is the same as
admitting that the fans ara going to be swayed by home town
sentiment rather than merit." --
' : i The men on the field know who belongs ftnd who doesnt,
. and partiality would be a minor factor,' although it wouldn't be
.eliminated completely. Some players would vote for personal fa fa-:
: fa-: vorites,even on opposing1 clubv, and there might even be cranks
, wno would pull what two w
league club pulled when a reporter conducted, a Private AU-Star
J?oll. These enlightened characters substituted Duke Snider np np-J
J np-J Pn discovering. that they had picked an all-Negro outfield.
' V Final Standinf
'BoawHas kast BowUrattas;
; , B Bunfiof
The Bowleretie League -of the
18 Naal District completed tU
season at the Amador bowler-am a
. and the only thing left is the ban banquet
quet banquet to honor the champs whose
, lineup was studded with fair la-
flies answering to the aames of
Leas Rurchrtt, Bee DnBravsky,
Bess iheppard, Dottie Drew and
their captain and anchor man.
Hubby Lehmaa. It was a el
knitted team spearheaded by a? a?-ireive
ireive a?-ireive bonlina aod never die
Eaavtlts 4 Buttles
0 '.Keeling two pomti U cliscl cliscl-,
, cliscl-, Jhe t, tha Beauties wct to
..work or Ibe Lotics anl too too--
- too-- the two games by big margins.
tells u that no matter what pro
an innorririble source of aissat-
but let's eive Mr. Warren Giles
1 t. i.j i j...
of the National League is push-
euu wg .4oW
has been the only town to take
here they make no bones about Its
behind Georre Crowe, whose light
these official ballots w6uld be
fiA fiiicorpctinni nf T vtlll RmltJl ft
had some samples run off and
s ictwusuiai inuuuwu, uv
with the names or ail tne regular
accruing w mcr cmua ana yuoi-
have recorded it as one for Earl
Leaguet.. ,j ;
ballots down through the farm
ly ':V: i -( '.
"I'm opposed to any system that
three .members of one National
The Bustles endeavored 'to upset
the Beauties by rolling, a good
second ea me hut th rhimm.
were net to be denied hecauM
jther withstood the pressure by
rolling an 857 game to. gain the
i crown. With the title in the hi?
the Beauties relaxed but still woo
the la it came .and TP'a.
1 Beauty hub v.' Lehman ram im
with a scratch 199 game and a
scratch 4S1 series. Her handicap
net series totaled '529. Others in
the champ's lineup bowed out as
follows, Lena Burchett 500. Bee
DuBravfky 473, Bess Sheppard 475
and Dottie Drew 468. For the los losers
ers losers Helen Giud was the leader
with a 497 set.
Bird 1 Blossoms, 1
The Bird' hopes for the top!
perch went by the boards ia the
first game when .the Blossom s,
fighting to climb out of the cell -
ar, look the first point. Despne suit lour points to their eppo eppo-this,
this, eppo-this, the Birds came b:ck strong nentt the -Breakers by lor-
ana took the net three poinis
quite easi'y. Ladybird Pat Hill kept!
knodin the pins rta to the tune
oi tot. Tea ir mate Evelyn Sardinia j head pis iMiraament to be held, tional Football League in scoring Ivance two bases ely. . -chipped
503. For the last place j tonight. Sa ended the Bowlerette I last season with 9 points after be-j Q. In eur softball league, whea
champs, EkifsomsMarch Brusier league. ,- ing held scoreless in 1955. 'a batted ball strikes the plate the
Junior Olympic ; ;
Swini Meet At
Gamboa In Sept.
The annual Canal Zone A A TT
Jr. Olympic Swimming Meet will
pe neid auring the month ot Sep-
lemoer. ine meet is scheduled for
9 a.m. on Saturday. Seot. 7. at
Gamboa swimming pooL
, a ne meti wm De conauctea as
part of the A.A.U. Jr. Olympic pro program
gram program which is held yearly in the
United States. The best times from
the various age brackets will be
forwarded to the United States
where they-will be compared with
times of other A.A.U. Jr; Olympic
meets. The fastest swimmer from
each event will be designated Na
tional Jr.. Olympic Chemmon for
1957..; , .. :t
. This meet will be conducted bv
the Division of Schools under the
sanction of the Metropolitan As
sociation of tne A.A.u. which has
jurisdiction over the Canal Zone.
ml : i rt n t
ine -ursi, V'Buai Aone jr. uiym-
pic Swimming Meet was held in
1952 and in this meet Siegel, Bar Barneys,
neys, Barneys, .pays and Linfors won na national
tional national honors. Each succeeding
year otner uanai z,one swimmers
have won' their share of national
This year there will be no preli preliminary
minary preliminary 'swimming meets.
Along The Fairways
Ft. Davit Four-Ball Tournament
ilityrtwo Bolters turned out to
tee-off in the. first 18 hole low-ball
tournament ever held at the Fort
uavis gou ciud last Saturday. A
driving rain greeted the 13 four foursomes
somes foursomes and kept up intermittently
throughout the morning contribut contributing
ing contributing somewhat to the high, scores
of the match.
Mrs. Cleo .Burns, Bill SulH SulH-van,
van, SulH-van, Sgt. D. -A, Bunyard and CWO
J.R. Morris formed the winning
foursome which posted-a 72 par to totals
tals totals to walk away with 'the first
prize of three dozen golf balls. Mrs.
Burns' 15 yard chip shot on the
par five 15th hole proved to be the
necessary low-ball for the group's
victory, The chip shot went into
the cup giving her an eagle three.
Second place in the low ball
tourney went to the. foursome of
Bill Cox, Col. J. AV7 Simmons,
lapt. J. v; Kusseu and SpZ Melvm
Lyles. This foursome racked ud
team, total, ot three over par 75 to
take home two, dozen golf, balls.
In a rain soaked finish a four
some, composer of Col. Gines Pe
rez,: Mat. red Vigu. .Howard
Carey and Sgt. Alfonso Ferguson
posted a four over par 76 to cop
tne tnird pi3ce prize .of one dozen
golf bails...-: . v
Capt. Locis Marullo. Fort Gu
lick officers ooen mess manaeer.
won the pitching contest held on
the par tbre leth hole with an ea easy
sy easy back-swing effort that put his
tee-shot on the green within five
feet and five inches of the pin., The
Captain won one dozen golf balls
for his effort 4
Capt. James P.' : Frszler, Fort
Davis golf club tournament direc
tor, has announced that plans are
bow underway to state a similar
low-ball tournament in September
at the rort utvis golf club. Any
one interested in competing in the
September tourney should contact
Sfc. Stafford Stankwytck the Ft.
Davis golf club manager or Cap
tain t r&zitr at ue rort uuuck S4
office. .. -i i.'
: STOCK OUTBOARDS 1
, Worcesttr. Mass. NEA Lake
Quinsigamond at Worcester is the
site of the National Stock Outboard
Cbaupionships, Aug. 22-23.
came tp with a bunco of maple
pins amounting to 604. ,;
BratVars 4 Baas I
Apparently the weather deterred
certain Beet from coming out of
their bives,? because only 'two
showed uj.-at the lanes. Net re
feit. Chit of 10 Scheduled players,
only sx showed and these roiled
for wrerages aod practiced for the
PANAMA AMERICAN AN
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This It th
ttcond of two ditpatebt In which
n c;onlhd Harry Grayson,
NEA't vattran sports ; aditor,
looks at tha Implausiblo easa of
Futa Radamachar and hit am ambition
bition ambition to "claan up professional
sport.', Ntvar a story quit lika
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By HARRY GRAYSON
, NEW YORK NEA, Tafk Hiir,
ley is the only showman alive with
enough nerve to promote a heavy-J
weiiu iiiainpiuusaip tignt oetween
rioyu Patterson and fete Kade
macher.iP. T.i Barnum is dead.:
Unless young Patterson beats
him to it. which is- more than
-likely,. Radcmacher, who has never
had a professional fight,, will take
at least one roundhouse righthand
punch at the titleholder at Sick's
Stadium in Seattle, Aug.4 22. He'll
ao it despite the screams of every
boxing commissioner in the land,
except Hurlcy!s -guys in the: State
of, Washington who sanction this
M The production is so frightfully-)
unique tnat Huriey had to put in
additional seats and indications
are that he : will 'sell more than
20,000 of them for a $400,000 gate,
PROS BY TV Fete Bade.
macher, Trainer George Che-!;
; meres behind, him, studies) pro- j
ffessional fighters by television.
) The 0 1 y m p i e heavyweight f
champion will get a close-up 1
when he bids for Floyd Fatter-,
ton's title in Seattle, Aug. 2.,
Hurley, the one man organiza organization,
tion, organization, -tsso busy with this windfall
that he no Ion see hn.im in.
dulge in his, favorite pastime
playing bridge with old ladies on
uie mezzanine floor of Seattle's
Olymnic Hotel. Wi ,nfri. in ut.
, . ' 1 .u
hat and hotel room. He -writs
press releases that match his fight,
delivers tickets and will see that
we ring is pp in plenty of time.
With Rademacher In rnIiimhu
Ga and Patterson at Greenwood
Lake, N. Yl, Hurley, who bills
nimseir as the former's friendly
piuuiuier, is on ine long distance
leiepnone 30 times a day. He gets
to bed at 4 o'clock in the
and is awakened by a long dis dis-tance
tance dis-tance call four hours later. j.
"I believe an air of mvoterv t
a good thine in a fieht oromotion."
says Hurley, who managed Billy
Petrolle and Harry Matthews and
numerous others. He most 1 cer-
tamly has it In this one.-
o"Why is everybody screaming
about this fight Hurley rasps
into the telephone. v
We-are not invadins tha nrlv.
scy of anybody's living room or
even a single beer saloon. The
fight will not be telecast. People
are not being hit on the. head with
a baseball bat and made to buy
tickets. We are staging the fight
strictly for Kademacher's friends
and relations in the Pacific north-.
'vest, inese people- know what
Pete can do and there are. a lot
wane cus U Amato, manager
of Patterson, gallops around New
York giving all within hearing
uiree uuiereni aetmiuons of an
amateur, all of them building
Kademacher as a big bear, Hurley
assures the public that the former
Army officer who .captured the
imagination of Georgians is con-
streramy more formidable than a
When Rademacher nut the slnff
on that Russian in the Olympic
Games," shouts Hurley, "he be be-cane
cane be-cane champion of more territory
. "Vaii Irnnw hm fen min.li nl
I tell you he can fight. He is awk awkwardly
wardly awkwardly clever and smart. I've
known him a long time, worked
with him a lot." ,y
For Hurley to be with an ama
teur is startling. "The -best thing
any amateur can do is takers
check and get caught," he snarls.
Huriey has a splendid working
partner in Rademacher, who not
only promoted himself into this
fight but an organization called
Youth Unlimited, Inc., as welL
Hurley and Rademacher make a
great team. The thought of trying
to buck the pair is nerve-jarring.
ven Rocky Marclano whistled
i- j .. --
i wonurrmrui aiicr mccuni ni-i
1 have the greatest personal
admiration for him," says the re-
tired champion.. "He's playing aU
it,. ...i.. (t:;- i. I
swoop wbat'it took me six years
to work up to." j
It too jack Hurler to out
Pete Rademacher there,
' BACK IN STYLE
Detroit NKA Bobbv Lame
of the Detroit Lioas led the Na-
i P-V':f: 1
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',J 'Jack Hurley
EAST LANSING; MiefiXNEA
Four, Michigan State football
players are building more brawn
on tne MacHun Stadium enlarge
ment project. They are Jialf backs
Walt Kowclczyk and Bob Hand Hand-loser
loser Hand-loser and guards John Middleton
and Ellison Kelly. A second deck
is increasing capacity to 76,000. f f-:
: f-: Backs Bob Popp, Blanche ,Mirr
tin, prk Bi.ker and Bob Bercich
tackle Les Rutledee euard Ron
mcKens and. centers Dan Currie.
and iJon Berger fare emnloved
with other campus and downtown
Working on the cimnus in other
unes 'are ena xony toiodziel.
guard Don Wright and center John
Wilks.' Halfback Dean Look and
ends Sam Williams and Bob Jew
ett work for a Lansine nlastics
firm. Quarterback Larry Bielat is
putting m the summer at an auto
mobile technical center near De
troit. 'l 1
Pat Burke sells insurance in the
Lansing area while building ud
the knee injured in last fall's No
BALBOA GYM ACTIVITIES
On Friday. Aug.. 2. never rack
ing competition was witnessed st
the Balboa Gymnasium archerv
range, uniooxers, instructors, arch archers,
ers, archers, all felt the tension as those
final arrows zipped toward .the
Friday was the last of five days
in which the archers could turn
in scares to determine who would
represent (Balboa in the Canal
Zone Summer Archery Shoot
which is to.be held on Aug. 15.
One boy and one girl from each
of the four age groups could be
chosen and many strove to be
that one. :
The girls, 10 and under, and the
boys, 12 and under, were so even,
ly matched that it wit impossi
ble to tell until the last 12 arrows
who the winners would be. Among
the girls, Hilma Cooke,' Susan Les Les-siack
siack Les-siack and Grace Whitney were
the main contenders and among
the boys they were Joe and John
Cooke, Robert Walker and David
. When tha competition ended the
scores were tallied for the week.
The following archers emerged kas
high scorers and Balboa's entries
in the tournament:
r 1; Boys Jr. American 18 yers.
and under, George Trail (15); .'
2. Girls Jr. American 16 yrs.
and under, Barbara West (15);
3. Beys Icca Round 14 vers,
and under, Grandin West Hi);
4. Girls Inca Round 14 yrs.
and under. Jqan Doughery (14);
5. Boys Darien Round .12 yrs.
and under, David Stewart -(12)1
6. Girls Darien Round 12 yrs.
and under, Joan Whitney (12);
7. Boys San Bias Round 10
yrs" and under, Robert : Wallace (
8. 'Girl San Bias Round .10:
yrs. and under, luimi uxue. y,
- ... . i- -i .j
o. Team &nooi a mjm
under, George Trail, Bartoa Scott,
Robert Kiclhofer, Joe Reynolds,
David Stewart (Alt)r Robert WaU-
ker (Alt); v. :
10. Team-snoot gins ao
yrs. ana unoer, joan iwuismcij,
Danielle Hamed, Lyaa Kielhofer,
Barbara West. -2 ; "'.
QUESTION: The batter- hits a
fair fly baU to right field witn
runnerson nrsi bi.
"""dS .Z. V.
UK.. MU JZZ" ,1-.,
!B foul wrraory. m. u r-
Answer: The Tunner is entitled
t Uke third while the bttj
advanced to second b. If the
oau were acuecicu rn uit itu
ia fair territory ft would be a
heme run with both mea scoring.
If the fly ball was deflected ever
the fece i fair teritery less
than Z50 feet from the plate, how
ever, the batter and runner ad-
JFri'cA, s Making Chandler Look
By AL CARTWRIGHT
' WILMINGTON, De. (NEAWBob
Feller was in Wilmington to stump
for the TV set maker with which
he is associated. -
A month previous, the one-time
strixer-outer of tne Indians ap appeared
peared appeared as a witness in the Wash Washington
ington Washington baseball isvestigation, : dur during
ing during which, he teed off on. club own owners
ers owners as "nrrn0inf At a tni..l
ballplayers. The House must havb
censored his remarks; if what Fef-
ler naa to say nere was any indi indication.
cation. indication. j
Now 38. a neatlv lirps.fi nnia.
ed and somewhat gabby insurance
man, he reflects a fantastic di
like of club owners. He became
rich, in baseball, but shrugs that
fact off with, "I made money for
thei game', too. So, r figure I
don't owe 'em a thing."
Feller-raps Dan Topping -"for
'opening his stupid 1 mouth," re referring
ferring referring to .the Yankee co-owner's
iu against any other major
league club coming into New York
u .mo uiama ana xiodgers skip.
AII-CZ Jvim Meel
Af Clayton Aug. 17
An all d.mal 7nn ...,1'
will be held at the Fort Clayton
swimming pool Aug. 17 beginning
fat 9:00 a.m. The" ment o k.
, - w aM LV. UV
held in conjmemoration of the 43d
anniversary nf tha
Panama Canal, and is open to all
youngsters ages five through 16
who are registered in any of the
Canal Zone's summer recreation
board PCtivilie.l on their nnct Nui.
al Statiun or civilian community.
uaici luivresiea in
COmDetinC in thp meat mnu ninl
up entry forms, from respective
DOSt anecial anrvieen nlfirera K
calling the Canal Zone summer
l-ecreuuou uoara in uaiDoa. (9-2-2879).
Civilian vniinorttar. m
pick up their entry forms from
ine eiememary scnoois or at the
Balboa wimming pool. Entries
ciose on Aug. 14.
Trnnhips will ho auarHoH in
piace winners in ine individual
competition, meaais will be award awarded
ed awarded to the' Kernnrf anil thirH nl,
winners in the individual competi
tion ana to me nrst place winners
in the relay events.
Refrphmnt will ha unrail tn
all contestants at the conclusion
umpirfc declares the ball dead. Is
this right? Andrew BarberL
A. No. The Plate is in fair ,ter.
Q. With the count three and
two on the batter in softball. a
runner leaves nrst base when the
ball leaves the Ditcher's hand. A
loul tip is legally caught. Can
the runner be forced and doubled
at first base? Lefty Ramires.
A. JMo. When a foul tip is legal
ly caugni me Dau is in play and
baserunners advance at their own
risk. They must be tagged off a
base. v '. i
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He speaks of Ford Frlck mak making
ing making Happy Chandler look like a
good commissioner "every day
that Frick stays in office'
He says the club-owners have
a union, j. and !'Walter O'Malley
(Brooklyn) is their shop steward.'
' Also, "the owners cry that they
are all losing money. So who's
forcing them to stay?"
Infielder Cass Michaels was bad badly
ly badly beaned some years ago. "He
was in bad -shape, lost hjs equili equilibrium
brium equilibrium and. of course, his baseball
job. He was starving to death. His
wje wrote to us (the players' or
ganization) jind we nlanned to sue
the White Sox for suniort for
Michaels. The Comlskevs decided
to make Michaels a scout. Bie
- Feller was offered a front office
job with the; Cleveland rlub. "I'd
rather chase runaway horsea down
Euclid Avenue," he said, provin-
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' PAfJK SEVEN ?
cially. "Besides, if would
made me ineligible for that nice
trip to Washington.'-''
' Robert 'William Andrew' Feller's
observations these days begin and
end, with club owners. He. treats
Vm as if they all owed rival iel-.
evision sets. But- the one time
Iowa' farm boy who shares ao iauV
time record with : three no-hitters
remains a one man rooting sec section
tion section for Bill -Veeck, the .character
who operated the Cleveland 'club
in its world championship 'year V
Of 1948. ; i
"The greatest baseball man I've
known," Bpb,Feller said. "The
other owners hated him, but he
made' money for them. Clubs
would lake fat percentage checks
out of i Cleveland; and Veeck
would kidem about the relatively
small share we'd get in k thefr,
towns. ' -..if,
"Now'thcy won't even let him'
in the majors;' ' V
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Billy Graham Outlines Plans
To Combat Juvenile Killings
NEW YORK, Aug. (UP) -Billy
Graham outlined plans Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to help combat the re recent
cent recent eutbreak of teen age kill kill-'
' kill-' ings and violence in New York.
' "Christ is tne oniy answer w
rtbii great problem facing police
i and social workers," tne ss-year
bid evangelist said.
Graham said ha would devote
all six of his Madison Square Gar
den sermons next week to "Mew
York's number 1 problem," com-
1 battins: violence by teen gangs
"We're contacting gang leaders
and their members and many of
them are coming hers next week,
"We'll have outstanding teen teenagers
agers teenagers iwn the city hera to testify
how Christ has revolutionized their
lives. One of them will be a form
er gang leader whose best friend
waa killed bv a rival teen gang,
"If in Moscow the Communists
can get thousands of young people
'to march under the hammer and
Sickle, surely we can get thou
: sands here in New York to march
' Graham said that the Protestant
'Council of New York, one of the
organizations sponsoring his New
York crusade, is working through
social agencies to contact leaders
of soma of the 60 known teen
The. leaders of these gangs,
which have an estimated total
- membership of about 8,000 youths.
I wyi be invited to attend meetings
xt week "just to see what it's
; like," Graham said.
" Graham said he would direct
- Ids sermons "not only to the
young people, but also to their
v patents, for if God does not in in-'
' in-' habit the home, the young people
don't have much chance."
The revivalist said he was
; "greatly alarmed" over the teen
. ianf problem in New York. Twen Twen-'
' Twen-' ty-two persons have lost their lives
, in teen violence this year, four
pt them in the last 12 days.
! Graham outlined his "battle for
' youth" plans before an audience
f i At ls.oou. ne aevotea man oi mi
I : J sermons to "judgment" and re-
l minded nis usieners max me
IVhole world is one vast ceme ceme-tery."
tery." ceme-tery." .l J"As surely ss you're going to
idle, you're slao going to face
( Judgment of one kind or another,"
' i he said.
I Graham's appeal for "decisions
for Christ" drew 626 "inquirers"
Jayne Mansfield Causes Flurry
On Sight-Seeing Tour In Capitol
;t; WASHINGTON OJP) Con
r mwi all rixht with atoms
fadgets and civil rights. But when
'ft comes to a curvaceous blonde,
the greatest deliberative body in
line world is tongue-tied.
r At least that what happened
Tuesday when actress Jayne
If ansfield showed up in the U. S
Caoitol with her husky small
Voice, platinum hair falling over
Iter eyes and ber famous 40-18-35
figure displayed to advantage in
B tight blue sweater and pink
ekh-t. (The ficores are inches
round the bust, waist and hips,
ia that order.)
' Senate Democratic Leader Lya
eW B. Johnson blushed and stam
mered. Seventy five year' old
House speaker aas Rayburn
grinned like a schoolboy. Sen.
stes Xefauver (D-Tenn. ) offered
her a eooaakin cap.
Sea. Mie Mansfield (D-Mont)
left the field i confusion whea
he called hiai "cute.' Talkative
fn. Karl E. Moadt (X S-D.)
chewed ob his pipe ia silent and
eontemplative appreciation. -Observers
sgreed that U terms
ml ber effect on the intrepid law-
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Hot All Sweetness
Since Surgery Ike
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP) -President
Eisenhower said with a
chuckle yesterday that his wife's
disposition probably does not
match the cheery medical reports
following her two hour internal
The President told a news con conference
ference conference the doctors reported that
the first lady would be recovered
sufficiently to accompany him on
their vacation at Newport, R. I.,
Immediately after Congres ad adjourns
journs adjourns late this month. She will
conclude her convalescence there.
Earlier, the White House nhvsi-
cian, Dr. Howard McC. Snyder
said that Mrs. Eisenhower con
tinued in "fine" condition. Snyder
said she sletp "with but few in
terruptions" throughout the night
after undergoing an operation by
a specialist on women's ailments.
Col. Humbert L. Riva. a gyne
cologist in the Army Medical
Corps, operated on Mrs. Eisen
hower yesterday in Walter Reed
Army Medical Center to relievo a I
condition similar to that which af
flicts many -women as they pass
The Presidentelaborating a bit
on the official report, said the
first lady's condition waa all. the
doctors could possibly hope for.
men, in the manner of most
husbands, he added with a smile
and a trace of masculine conde condescension
scension condescension that he did not know that
her disposition was necessarily as
good. His attitude made clear he
was well pleased with, her pro
The President visited Mrs. Ei
senhower at the hospital late yes
terday but, found her in post postoperative
operative postoperative sleep most of the time. 1
He remained at the White House
during the operation, but kept in
touch with the hospital by tele telephone.
phone. telephone. The White House said the
surgery was intended to correct,
a mild condition and involved
nothing malginant or cancerous.:
Richmond. Only Miss Mansfield
led her attack in teetering white
sequin trimmed spike heeled
shoes that required publicity
agents at each elbow to help her
maneuver aown tne mar Die cor
On an alleged "sightseeing'
trip ber first here miss
Mansfield came to town under the
sponsorship of the tourist con
scious Greater National Capital
committee and publicity con conscious
scious conscious 20lh Century Fox Film
Corp. Not quite coincidentally, ber
new movie, "Will Success Spoil
Rock Hunter?" opens here nest
Actual siKhtseeine- seemed un
important as aa air Conditioned
bus burned her and her press
agents past most Washington
landmarks for a first stop at the
Lincoln Memorial. The statue of
the great emancipator was desert-
ea by tourists who flocked to
watch the full bosomed Javne
breathe deeply and pose oa the
marble steps holding a tiny (bor (borrowed)
rowed) (borrowed) Mexican chihuahua dog.
Lock t fnurme-el its I
owner, Joseph Selleis from Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ga .. I
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f ARMAC1A LUX 184. Central Avenue
van-UEtt-JiB oe nireet ne. aa lAHMAtlA EL BATURBO Farque Lefavre
the Belle Vista Theatre.
FOR SALE: -1950 Buicfc 4-a'oor
sedan, good condition. Call Pan.
FOR SAL!: 1950 Ford 2-lone,
in good condition. Leaving Isth- ;
mus. Phone Locona 3485.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard Se
dan "300," wsw, radio, good
tires, $700 cash. Phone 2-3081.
FOR SALE: '49 Buick 4 -door,
A-1 condition, radio, almost new
wsw tires. Leaving. Phone 83-
FOR SALE: Four-wheel drive
Army model Command car, good
condition. Call Baibaa 2-1292.
FOR SALE. 1957 Mercury Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, 9-passenger Colony
Park model with power steering,
power brakes, radio and other
extras. 1953 Cadillac sedan with
power steering and radia. Phone
Balboa 2942, 8 a.m. -4 .p.m.
Phone Gamboe 757 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Olds Holiday
Coupe, excellent condition. Ac Accept
cept Accept trada-in. Finance availabla.
Call Curundu 2258 or 6148.
FOR SALE: 1957 Country Club
Station Wagon Sedan, 9 passen passengers,
gers, passengers, brand new, used only two
weeks. Phone 3-2622,
t 155 Central 'AteY
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UNITED STATES Of AMERICA
fait Ml states District Cent Tm The
District of The Canal Zen
Division of Balboo
Parker O Stewart plaintiff, vs. Marie
Erwin Stewart defendant. Summon
Case Wo 4S37 Civil Docket 21 Action
To too above-named defendant; 1
You are hereby required to appear!
and answer the complaint filed in the
a bore-en tilled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear I
and answer, ludejmem will be taken a..
fames you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the Dtetrlct of the Canal Zone,
this Jury 21 1S6).
C. T. McCormlck.' Jr.
' Br Sara de ta Feaa
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Marie Erwih Stewart
Trie f oreeoins summons Is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the Honorabte Guthrie F Crow
Judae. United Statea District Court for
me District of tne Canal Zone, dated
Ally S3. 1SS7. and entered and filed In
this actioa m the office of the Clerk of
aid IJntlMl KtBtM ntvtro riH m
the Dtvirio- of Balboa, en itlv 157.
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Highway near. Sears.
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Dapper Loop Lawyer
Held In Murder Of
Gal Friend's Hubby
CHICAGO, Aug. 8 (UP) -Police
today charged a dapper Loop law lawyer
yer lawyer with trying to hire two thugs
to murder a wealthy department
store owner so he could make love
to the dead man's wife.
The merchant, Sanford Lerner,
46, was assassinated last April 3
in the daricenea vestiDUie ot nis
apartment. Police said two men in
custody told them the lawyer, Jo
seph R. Roth, 51, paid them to
kill Lerner in just this manner.
Roth was charged with conspir
acy to commit murder ana to
commit asault. He denied the
charges, posted $400 bond, and
was to appear in court for ar
The charges were based on
statements by Sheldon Polakoff,
39, a former tavern owner, and
Donald Dubey, 29, that Roth paid
them a $500 downpayment' and
promised them $1,500 more if they
would kill Lerner.
Polakoff and Dubey were also
charged with conspiracy to kill
and assault. But they insisted they
never went through with the mur murder
der murder pact and police said lie tests
and alibis backed UP their state
moots.- l-.y;r! ri
Detectives Charles Iltzgerald
and Wilbur Davis, who arested
Roth at his home, last night, said
the motive of the alleged plot was
Lerner's slim, brynette f widow,
Lilyan, 45." o-V
Roth and Mrs. Lerner had been
seen together frequently Before
and after the murder, the detec
tives said, in 1953. the detectives
1. Roth divorced his wifs and
then joined Mrs. Lerner in asking
Lerner to grant her a divorce.
Lerner turned them down and
Roth re-married his wife, from
whom he is now separated, Fitz
gerald and Davis said.
Roth scoffed at the Polakoff-
Dubey statement as a concoction
"like the senario of a show I saw
'The police are takin the word
of a couple of ex-convicts against
that oi a lawyer with a good rep
Rancher Says He'll
Die Before Giving
Government His Land
ORO GRANDE. N. M. (UP)
Grizzled old John Prather stood
his ground today against U. S.
deputy marshals and the U. S.
The marshals threatened to re
move him from his ranch, which
is now the Army's McGregor mis missile
sile missile firing range. They said they
would use force.
But Prather, 82, holed up in his
stone house Tuesday night, win.
dows and doors locked, with a
.30-.30 rifle and a .38 caliber ois-
ioi Dy nis side, and said:
"I will kill the first man that
steps' into the door of my house."
Military police from Ft. Buss.
Ttx.. manned a roadblock on the
rugged trail leading 35 miles from
U.i. 58 to his ranch house.
The next move was up to the
government, and its direction was
U. S. Marshal George Beach
saiq, nowever, "We are going to
allow the old man plenty of time,
and want to avoid use of force, if
Prather's land is wanted by the
government tor the sprawling mis"
sile range. But the old pioneer,
who has lived on his 120-section
ranch for the past 52 years, says
ne win aie on it xirst.
Deputy marshals Tuesdav deliv
ered a federal court writ of assist assistance
ance assistance order issued ia Albuquerque
empowering tnem to remove him
from the land.
"I don't want to kill anyone but
I will if necessary," Prather told
the marshals. He wss unarmed at
the time of the dramatic meeting
in the ranch yard.
High military officers fidgeted
nervously in the background.
The deputies retreated in then then-cars
cars then-cars when Prather entered his
In the fortres-like house with
Prather were his daughter, Mrs.
Hart Gaba. .ber husband, and
Prather's bojsefeeeper, Mrs. Msry
"ioe government has offered him
$209,000 for the land. -
la Oasa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Jmto
I Sir eel FARMACIA "SAS 'via rerrae ill auvuiauu mnia pwm
FOR SALE: Leaving! TV sat,
floor polisher, vacuum cleaner,
; dining set, auto, tools, bads,
. lamps, housewares, other items.
Curundu Heights No. 690.. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 6279.
FOR SALE t Big sale of LP rec records,
ords, records, 50 discount on classical,,
popular and jaxx. Agencies Diss,
,37th St, No. 6-A.
i FOR SALE: 35-hp. Industrial
: angina with pulley and clutch;
hammer mill, 10-inch, with 2 2-,
, 2-, cylinder gasoline engine; wood
; file cases; i metal office desk;;
battery charger, 6-12 volts, cap capacity
acity capacity 10 batteries; 75-watt radio
transmitter (never used), com complete;
plete; complete; Hallicrafters receiver; en en--
- en-- pincers drafting table; complete
set of golf bags. Leaving coun country.
try. country. These articles will be sold
for any reasonable offer. Phone.
Pedro Miguel 333 or see -at 2624
FOR SALE: 1 Stonotype ma machine,
chine, machine, complete with extra tape,
lessons, literature, $60. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3553 between I and 4
Or No Bill At All!
Congress Must Say
WASHINGTON (UP) Congress,
which is used to making all-or-nothing
choices on civil rights leg legislation,
islation, legislation, must decide .this year
whether to choose compromise in instead.
stead. instead. Some of the advocates of strong
legislation are beginning to say it
would De Better to pass no Din
than to take what they can get
from the -Senate this year.
Until now civil rights bills have
never' been handled in a climate
of Compromise. Heretofore' almost
all f members of Congress took it
for granted Southern Democrats
could and would kill any measure
by filibuster m the Senate
, The debates were mostly for the
recorcu supporters of the -legisla
tion showed little more Interest in
compromise than did the southern
At one time the battle was over
bills to abolish state poll taxes
by federal law. Compromisers
raised constitutional questions and
asKed wny the goal should not be
sought through constitutional
amendment. All out backers of
the bill objected and settled for
nothing. The poll tax survives in
five Southern states.'
Later the issue was drawn over
Dins to create a National Fair Em
ployment Practices Commission
(FEPC) to discourage discrimina
tion against" Negro job holders
and applicants. Compromise pro
posals to set up a mediation
agency to deal with the problem
never were taken seriously by
enuer sine, no nm was ever
The compromisers some time
asked why it was better to settle
for' nothing than to decide in ad advance
vance advance that a watered down bill
was not even worth a trial
Even Sen. Richard B. Russell
(D-Ga. ). eader of the Southern
bloc o p p o s d to all civil rights
bills, took compromise soundings
in 1949. He was reported to have have-been
been have-been rebuffed both by. President
Truman and some of hie fpiinm
This year the Senate hae
eo down the administration hill
passed by the House, until it deals
largely with protection of vntino
rights. It also has attached a eon-
u-oversiai jury trial amendment,
xiowever tne House reacts to
mese cnanges the eventual choice
will probably be between no bill
and one close to the Senate ver version,
sion, version, r
SINCS ,'.UVE,,-Gogt Crant,
wboce voice was used in "The
Helen Morgan Story." gets
chance to sing "live" In The
Big Beat" Cogi, whose reel
name Is Audrey Brown, says
the man, who dreamed up ber
screen name doesn't know what,
it means, either. -
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Armeroena Ave. and'33 St FABMAC1A
FOR SALE:-Mahogany section sectional
al sectional furniture. Make offer. Call
Fort Gulick 08-879.
Teenagers Put Hole
CLEARWATER, Fla. ,UP) A
crumbling message in a bottle
washed up by the surf brought a
fleeting glimpse of new Civil War
lore to this history-conscious city
3 . "A I 1
anu gave iwu. teen-age scnuiars a
big laugh today.
That footnote to ;- history was
really new, Ralph Plumb, 16,- and
Jery Star, 15, admitted after
they bad enjoyed watching the ef effect
fect effect of their handiwork.
The boys said they placed the
bottle with the note and $105 in
"Confederate" currency where it
would be found In order to "test"
the city's knowledge of history.
The. bottle was found by a. va
cationing couple I Mr. and Mrs
Clarence M. Garner of Knoxville,
Term.) while visiting the beach
Tuesday with their small son
The money looked old. the paper
was browned, and crumbling, and
the note signed by Lt. Joseph F.
Rusell, said he had been captured!
by Union forces in the battle of
The note was addressed to Capt
josepn Jtiusseu. it expressed a
hope that the money enclosed
will reach my immediate family
in Brunswick, (ia.
The couple thought their find
might be authentic. In the nublic
linrary tney xouna war soutnern
forces had surrendered at Mobile
Bay on Aug. 5, 1864 the date which
appeared on the note,
By the time the Garners' excite
ment began spreading Ralph s
father, Robert' Plumb, decided the
spoof had gone far enough and
told reporters the truth. Then the
boys admitted it. .
"We just did it for a joke."
Ralph saidf We study Civil- War
history on out own it's a tort of
a hobby.,, We just wanted to see
if people had enough knowledge
of Civil War curency.- I
Their curency was modern play
money which they had "aged"
with brown shoe polish. By this
method they also blotted out 'the
word "facsimile" which had ap appeared
peared appeared on the money. They said
they bad "aged" the paper by
scorching it with, a hot iron. ;
CLEVELAND. Ohio (UP)
grandmother said today that Don-
fessed" to attacking a woman the
same date Marilyn Sheppard was
murdered, never had been in this
Chester, Va., the Cleveland Press
Chester, Va., the Cleveland Pres
quoted the unidentified woman as
saying she had unsuccessfully
sought psychiatric treatment for
Wedler. whom she helped to rear.
The Press said the woman's name
was not used because she was
suffering from a heart condition.
The dispatch said the woman
had reported all she knew about
her grandson to mystery writer
Erie Stanley Gardner, whose un
official court of Last Resort has
concerned itself with the Sheppard
"And Mr. Gardner told roe he
didn't think it (the confession) was
true, either." the woman said.
Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard. hus
band of the slain woman, is serv
ing a life term in Ohio Peniten
tiary on second degree murder
Wedler, after verbally confessing
to .Volusia County, Fla., officials,
signed a confession for Cleveland
attorney William J. Corrigan,, chief
defense counsel tor Tr. Sheppard
Corrigan today said he and his
assistants in the case are -consider
ing how to use this document to
win freedom for the imprisoned
osteopath. , v
"So far as I know, he was
never in Cleveland in. his life..'
the grandmother told the Press'
writer. Her knowledge of Wedler's
whereabouts differs widely from
the timetableof bis 1934 move movements
ments movements which Wedler gave in his
Corner -W Dariea St
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ATTENTION all Isthmian Artist
t Professional, er amateur) : Au Auditions
ditions Auditions Monday 3:30 p.m. Salon i:
Panama, Hotel El Panama, to se-
leer acts for Wednesday Variety
Nights, winners of which receive
contracta to perform at El Pane- '.
ma. Bring your music, any props,
costume, and photo to audition.
DORESE WAITES School of
Dancing reopening September
5th. Registration August 20th-2!st-22nd,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone '2-2363. r
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CALLS. ON PRESIDENT,- Argentina's new. ambassador "to the M
United States, Dr. Mauricio L. Yadarola.'rrives at Whit 'House
to present his credentials to President Elsenhower. Yadarola"
was an opposition Jeadet during the Peron regime. 1
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NIXON GREETS CADETS' Air Cadets from 21 nations,, who
ire on a four-day visit to' Washington are welcomed at tha
Capitol by' Vice President Nixon (center). Nixon Is holding :
a key to ..International Oood Will that-was presented, to him
- . by the group. -. ..
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SON IS SLAIN,. MOTHER KIDNAPED A man claiming U be a
nephew of racketeer Frank CosUlle was sought by police in New
Orleans, La, for the rrreage aUjinfof hit stepson, John Tin'
cent Bacon (right), Uand the kidnaping of tb vsctlnsi moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Annette Mareade (left), 5. Police say Joaepli Marcade,
alias George Costello, JS, kidnaped lib estranged wife and
' an ar tiered ber son to "get eTen" with her for katinx
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; Small outboard
speedboat,- new 10-hp. Evinrude
motor, remote controls, $425. 1
. FOR SALE: 1000 meter lot li
fevre Avenue,; Parque Lefavre,
v $3.25 meter. Also, 10-heetare
farm on Trans-Isthmian High Highway,
way, Highway, near Buena Vista. Wood
house, electric light plant, etc. i
will go; for any reasonable offer.
Leaving Country. Phone Pedro,
' Miguel 333 or call at 2624 Co.
WANTED;:-- Vacation quarters
from Sept. 1 to Dec. 1, by serv-1
.ice couple, no children. .Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-272 1,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 1957
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"Lcf f&e people know the truth and the country is safe' 'Abraham Lincoln.
BERLIN, Aug. S (UP) Soviet Communist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev warned the Unit United
ed United States today it is within range of "present" nuclear rockets.
He cautioned the London disarmament conference to remember this before rejecting; So Soviet
viet Soviet proposals. , ..
"With the present development of rocket weapons no nation is safe from attack," he said.
"U.S. statesmen should think about this.
"Distance will not protect any nation from the effects oK atomic and hydrogen bombs.
Those statesmen should think about this who reject disarmament agreements."
Tchrushrhev's blistering re- ovation from the obedient "Peo-i This the West has rejected a-
Wrks on Soviet weapon devel- pie's chamber." Clapping went, gain and again because Amen-
" i i... j. 1 non frrrtflP nrnlt rt hA nil riff nflflT
pment were an oia iune, out un iur severu iuhiuto. ;r :r;tr7., Jhi Memorial services -will be held
Slia.offered a new variation in' In the course of his speech, he across the Atlantic Ocean, while at 1Q am;Frjday at the Gorgas
blinking rocket progress to the turned down any western hopes nubia s armw iiia8m, wuma ic- Mortuary chapel for Mrs. Wel Wel-UfrrtTiHnTi
UfrrtTiHnTi Wel-UfrrtTiHnTi dimrmgmmt talks for reunification of Germany, imain in the European-Asian H nn r whn riii Tin.
F nm R..i9n rimnnii in i.on- 1 He said Western DroDosals for! continental land mass
PANAMA, R. P. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1957
For Mrs. W. While
t don to for a total ban on nu- reunification on the basis of
!J clear weapons, whith the West free elections are "hypocrisy."
jre.ects as unenforceable. i Khrushchev and East Ger
man Premier Otto IJroUwoni
;liours to East Germany's power power-Jess
Jess power-Jess puppet parliament, repeated
,1 ariier Soviet statements that no
'country is safe at this stage of
brocket development. He said in
iny war today large areas of the went before the so-called "Peo-
;;woria wouia De turnea imo uc- pies ue ctVc?;l HAVANA (UP)-Guillermo Mar-
rfferk.. iupk-cu k"'""""-, ( np7 Marnuez nres dent of the
tt "Those circles in West Germa- views on this, second day oiIntor.A-! -., Assn. nm.
y wiw mc uisoiijics ui n.;miiuMu.uc,. .o.u iDlalned to President Fuleencio Ba
arsnoumuiins awuium, nc many. tista todav abn.it Cuba's "arhi-
implicitly admitted the Com
munists could never win any
free elections even in the Red Red-run
run Red-run East Zone.
The two Communist chiefs
Press Assn. Prexy
For Muzzling News
don C. White, who died Thurs
day at Gorgas Hospital After a
!r "British and French states
and statesmen of other
)'.liui hmilI think ahnilf
ithis. With the present devel -'
opment of rocket weapons no
'nation is safe from attack."
' Khrushchev drew a standing
iFt. Kobbe Com my
itists New Hours
Xi The hours of operation of the
Fort Kobbe commissary will be
hanged next week, it has been
?VIft the past the commissary
lr- been closed on Wednesday
rpternoons: E f f e c t ive next
.Wednesday the commissary will
let open from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.,
nd it will now be closed on
The following is the weekly
schedule for the Kobbe store:
' Monday; 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
lrd 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. TUSKEGEE, Ala. (UP) Negro
Tuesaay: :30 a.m. to 12 noon merchants began preparing today
.and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to operate an all-Negro economy
Wednesday: 9:30 a.m.. to 12 here in the event a trade war
noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. I stemming from a voting contro-
3raThursday: 9:30 a.m. to 12 Iversy isolates them from the white
Khrushchev would- offer a
"peace treaty" to the East Zone.
But there was nothing new in
his speech to the Red-run par parliament.
liament. parliament. His address was considered
as big a flop as his visit has
been thus far, with untnthu-
iastic East Germans dragoon dragooned
ed dragooned into staged demonstrations
in his honor.
Khrushchev reiterated the old
Soviet offer to withdraw its
troops from all of Eastern Eu
rope If the United States would
pull all Its forces out of the NA NATO
TO NATO countries of Western Europe.
trary" censorship of the local
press and mail copies of foreign
As Negroes Plan
niijori;! closed during afternoon
Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon
i'farjd 1 p.m. to & p.m.
Saturday : Closed all day.
' eather Or Not
This weather report for the
.14 hours ending S a.m. today,
. is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
!T (max. mph)
y. (inper harbors) 84
"p" ntlDAY, AUG
B. B. Blakesman, a Negro tax
consultant, told a Negro mass
meeting Tuesday night of the lor
mation of the Tuskegee Institute
Commercial Asn. to finance de development
velopment development of a self-sustaining Ne
Negro trade at white stores
dwindled to a trickle until tne
state attorney general's office
guaranteed poice protection of Ne
gro shoppers and white merchants
began offering weekly "shop "shop-portunity'
portunity' "shop-portunity' bargain days.
Radio stations broadcast many
times each day the tape-recorded
voice of Chief Asst. Atty. Gen.
MacDonald Gallion, urging Ne
groes to trade in white stores, and
promising to guard them from an)
The attorney generals office ac
cuses the Tuskegee Civic Asn. of
starting a Negro boycott of white
merchants two months a en when
the Legislature began gerrymand
ering away tne Negros voting
Leaders of the civic issoristinn
denied they organized a boycott.
mcy iaia mey are conducting a
"crusade for citizenshiD' to seek
to retain voting nower which thp
Legislature is carving away.
The protest telegram was the
second sent to Batista by Martin Martinez
ez Martinez who is on leave from his job
as editor of the Havana news
paper El Pais -since the govern
ment suspended civil rights in revolt-ridden
Cuba last week.
"I regret I must. ..again protest
the arbitrary censorship which
prevented the publication of my
previous wire to you and your
answer in some newspapers while
allowing it in others," Martinez
"I must also bring to your at attention
tention attention the ugly impression cre created
ated created by mutilated copies of foreign
(usually American) newspapers.
In some instances, subscription
copies are cut to shreds by the
censor s scissors."
The IAPA preident also cabled
newsmen in Buenos Aires, advis
ing them .without explanation that
he will be unable to attend the
exposition of L t i n American
newspapers and magazines that
opens there today.
Several incidents of minor via
lence were reported in Cuba Tues
day -night notably in the provin provincial
cial provincial city of Holquin, where three
persons were shot to death.
Two of the dead in Holquin, a
trading center 65 miles north
northwest of the rebel infested
provincial capital of Santiago,
were teen-agers killed by an ar army
my army sergeant when they tried to
disarm, him in a city park.
The third was a 50-year-old bus
inessman who had been shot three
times. Police ascribed his death
to "business worries."
Two cases of attempted arson
were reported, one in Holguin and
one in the Havana suburb of Par-raga.
Hospital authorities here said
three of the seven persons injured
I when a store in downtown Havana
was bombed Tuesday are in crit
The services will be conduct
ed by the Rev. William W. Bald
win of Cocoli.
Mrs. White was the wife of Dr.
Weldon C. White of the Corozal
Hospital Staff. She had tnade
her home here for the past five
Gives Up Attempt
To Swim Channel
CALAIS, France, Aug. 8 (UP)
A 45-year-old American grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, his legs paralyzed by
cramps, gave up his attempt to
swim the English Channel yester yesterday
day yesterday .after churning the water for
more than two hours using only
Gustave Adolph Brickner. of
Charleroi, Pa., was so exhausted
and criDDied by the cramos he
had to be carried ashore when he
was brought here by boat.
"My long distance swimmintr
aays are over, ne told newsmen.
Brickner waded Into the water
at nearby Cape Girs Nez at 5:10
a.m. He was forced to give up at
10:58 a.m. after covering almost
half the 21-mile distance to Dover,
ANXtOUS OBSERVERS Negroes stand outside the courtroom
door waiting, to hear- the outcome of the hearing In Montgo Montgomery,
mery, Montgomery, Ala., as the first court test of a new city' segregation law
got under way as' Johnny Colvin, 24, And his wife 'went on trial
for using a public park reserved for white, persons, only. The
new ordinance makes it Illegal for whites or Negroes to enter
or use in any way public parks, pools or other recreation reas,
except those assigned to the respective races, 1 :
"My trainer told
making jecord time,
Brickner said the
worst he ever had.
mc 1 was
about three hours out. They para
iyzea nun temporarily from the
waist down. He was so slippery
from the seven pounds of vm1in
smeared on his body the crew of
the fishing boat Roland Sonia had
to' rope mm to lift him from the
would try again
Asked if he
No. I'm saticfipri T
. ononi in
heart out and I iiist rnniH .i
WEST LOOE, England (UP) (UP)-Several
Several (UP)-Several persons in this Cornwall
coastal village were unable to use
the local outdoor telephone booth
It was occupied by a five-foot
Authorities had no explanation
but speculated it was left there by
an absent minded fisherman.
Last Day! .75 A .40
S:U, 1:10, 7:08, 9:00 p.m.
-ft"1 W H KSTAVOT and TECHNICOLOR
French divorcee, American go-
getter meet on a mad chase
after their runaway
i IT HAPPENED SMWjf
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. Item IU-G-M ttamng
-BARBARA LAAGE bobby cura brjgitte fosse"
A KERRY PRODUCTION-; ARTHUR JULIAN. JOSEPH MORHAIM. HARRY KURNITZ
Franet and SwitttrUni.
Because Of Letters
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UP) Mrs
Louise F. Pohabel, 29, was denied
j!1'6 from her convict hus husband
band husband Tuesday because of 58 love
Mrs. Pohabel, of Jersey City
sought the decree before Superior
Court Judge Bernard W. Vogel.
Her husband, Lawrence, 33, a con convicted
victed convicted forger, is an inmate in the
state prison at Trenton.
Vogel noted that some of the
letters Mrs. Pohabel had spnt -tn
ner nusnann since he was sen
tencea in J951 were signed with
Mrs. Pohabel testified that she
wrote the letters because she was
afraid of what would happen if
she tried to end her marriage.
Voejel denied the divorce "be "because
cause "because your 58 letters to him are
more eloquent than all your testi
mony against your husband."
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Senate's Milder -Civil-Righfs
Delivered To House
WASHINGTON, Aug, 8 (UP)
The senate's watered-down civil
rights bill wag delivered to the
house, today ajid Speaker Sam
Rayburn promised a statement
tomorrow on how he proposes to
nanaie n v'" ,-
Meantime, the speaker de declined
clined declined commerit on the bill as
passed by the Senate 72 to- 18
last night, or on developing
democratic plans to win final
.passage of the measure in a form
just abput like that approved by
The House earlier passed its
own and much broader version
or tne bill. But the Senate con
nned the bill's provisions to
voting- rights only and wrote tn
a guarantee of trial bV''1urvfof
. ... .
uixiciais cnargea witn criminal
contempt In federal actions
growing, out of the measure.
Democratic leaders Other than
Rayburn have, made no secret of
tneir nians to abandon the
house position and seek, quick
concurrence In either the Sen
ate version or something pretty
close to It. Republicans, have
balked at this, and are Insisting-
uu passage .oi a stronger DHL
Henchman Of Dio
Mum On Teamster'
WASHINGTON, Aug. (UP)
a nusicy nenenman of New York
labor, rackets boss Johnny Dio re refused
fused refused to tell 'Senate investigators
ioaay now ne oecame a top offi
cial of three "paper local" Team Teamster
ster Teamster unions.
Sidney Hodes, a big, pudgy man
wun neavy piacK-nmmed glasses,
appeared before the Senate La
bor Rackets Committee pior to the
scheduled testimony of Dio, de described
scribed described ii i friend of -Teamster
union Vice Pesident James R.
Hoffa and kingpin of New York's
The committee harbored small
hoped that Dio,' described as a
former associate of the old Mur Murder:
der: Murder: Inc., mob, woul prove anv
more ..talkative than Hodes or oth
er underlings wbo gave only their
names and addresses before set setting
ting setting up a steady chant of Fifth.
Amendment refusals to testify.
Boys 11 Girls 10
- Twenty-one babies were born
at) Gorgas Hospital during tht
week ending at midnight Mon
day, Aug... 5, according to tht
regular hospital report. During
that same time 201 patients were
admitted and 230 discharged.
Girl, babies were born to th
following parents: v s
Ffc and Mrs, E. Lleck, Los
Rios; Mr. and Mrs. CD. McCor.
mlck, Cocoli; S-Sgt. and Mrs. U.
E. Rhea, Cocoli; MSp and Mrs.
F. w. Bodener; Quarry Heignts;
Pfc and Mrs. E. S. Anderson,
Panama City; MrSgt; and Mrs.
V. E. Harder, Albrook; SP.-3 and
Mrs.L. R, G. Winters, Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs., H. Johnson,
Arraijan; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Me Me-na,
na, Me-na, Panama City; Mrt and Mrs.
O. H. Brathwalte,: Panama city;
and Mr, and Mrs J. W,' Rocker,
Balboa. ,:.( :
Boy babies were born to. the
. Sp-3 and Mrs. J. Rv Crowe,
Panama City; ,PVt and Mrs. E.
W. Smdth, Panama City; T-Sgt.
and Mrs. R. D. Howard, Ft; Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; Me. and Mrs. E. A. Dyer, Co
coll; Capt, and Mrs. A. E. Bau Bau-man,
man, Bau-man, Ft. Gulick; Cajit. and;Mrs.
C. L. Garner; Ft. Clayton; Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Harris, Eos Rios;
Mr- and Mrs. B. E,:: Toms, Ft.
Kobbe; M-Sgt. and Mrs. Ramon
Esquivei. KODDe; ana egt.
and Mrs, A. B. Mariano, Quarry
Heights. : ; ftV,1;.-;.
Of Girl & Boys.
' NEW YORK; (UP) NeUa
Bogart, a confessed .call girl, en-.
tertained clients M the bedroom
of a new apartment while the fur
niture was still being moved in, Jjr.,v
according to a government attor attorney.
ney. attorney. : v
Asst. U.S. Atty. John A. Keeffe
said Sidney Boss, now Miss ,Bo-
gart's husband supervised the
movers while his girl friend, of
fered hospitality at $50 to $100. a
visit at their newly rented West
End Avenue apartment in March 1
Boss' trial on charges of'tfang.
porting Miss Bogart, a Polish ref refugee,
ugee, refugee, from Newark, N.J., to New
York on four occasions for the
purpose of prostitution opened in
federal court today. Miss Bo Bogart
gart Bogart was to have been the gov government's
ernment's government's star witness, but she
married Ross last June and can cannot
not cannot be forced to testify against
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Training Center, NewCWle -N H Wm CorPf R"ve
Kordinai95mii s-r rk' -inr g;
Scotland. Gair played with the famous Black Watch
Army Staff Chief
Off To Inspect
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army
i chief of staff, will leave for Eu
rope tomorrow on an 18-day in-:
igpection tour of U.S. military in in-istallations.
istallations. in-istallations. j He will visit England, France,
! Germany, Denmark, the Nether
lands and Belgium.
Maybe girls close their eyes
when kissing becouM they're try'
ig to wnwmbar the guy'l nam.
, NATTY WINNIE Here Is the latest photo of Sir Winston
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