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The Times of London Says:
Suez Jogged US Arm
QhStudv Of Routes
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for New Waterway
LONDON, Aug..30" (UP) The Time of Londoa.tald
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MSGR. TOMAS CLAVEL. Blsh
op of the Provlnqe of Chiriqui,
today "the lesson of Suez", has prompted the U.SV to con-j is reported as having lashed out
;fefpplate .construction on an alternative' passage to
ranama vanai. ( ,. .w
' In an' editorial, the Times said:
In the &utumn of
iat year,. while recovering from an essay in verbali brink-
h?ianship that had hurt feelings in Panama,. Mr, (U S.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles remarked that he
saw no, direct application to the Suez crisis of 'previous
Jdeas of constructing an' alternative passage to the Pan
fur& Caha!, 1 1 ,V xl A
."The United States, he said, had a treatywith Nic Nicaragua
aragua Nicaragua contemplating work on anothen canal as the need
arose fon increased facilities across the Isthmus; : or' as
jome' other, site might lessen the risks of accident or war;
but these .tentative plans bid not cbrne up lately.';
sA'From" utatement1 yesterday by
lfff. Herbert Bonner, chairman of
the'House of Representatives Mer
chant Marine committee, it wouia
appear that they have come up
fnofc .Thniieh United States enci-
ers .have surveyed the Central
tM in to carrv out a "special stu
dy?,'of yhere a second canal could
be 'built:' to connect the Atlantic
and Pacific oceans. 1 y
;""Thire is a perfectly eod sta
tictical reason for doing t h i t
"traffic through the CanH hat
grown steadily in tho past; fow
,-ytars and is expected to jcontlf
uo dointf m. ,. '
"frem 1953 to J957'the number
oiiransit increased from 7,400
s"7ear-to S,00; as yet ; there vis
no undue -clolay 4o shipping, but at
t c planr.l rvi of growth, cna cna-'
' cna-' cuv is r i tiU to be .reached by
1 "There ahe, of course,- other
- ways of coping with greater traf-
- fie -than by means of pew canal
Jn; another country..'
MThe- existin? Canal, holds consi consi-'
' consi-' derable possibhty-of improvement
. fthft. C.tnzl Comnanv hoard recent
ly completed its own study for a1 concluded.
25 per cent increase in- capacity
mainly by means of widening and
deeping, and improved hand handling):
ling): handling): or a new sea level Canal
could be cut in Panama.
It is difficult, not to feel., how however,
ever, however, that there are reasons other
than statistical for this new ap appraisal
praisal appraisal on an old Idea.
"Tho lessons of Sue -cannot
be entirely brushed away by the
United States, however success-
ful her relations with Panama
Jn tho psf and at protont,
' ,M 'National Sovereiintvt-, is a
phrase that has acauired the ug
liest of undertones .in "r e c e n 1 1
years: indeed it bas. become se
much an excuse lor political ac
tion, and perhaps more important
in the American view i a target
for, military action,; that a basic
premise of atvy plan for a new ca canal
nal canal thnuld.be to have it severed
rrom me sovereignty Of any na
uon at all. i -, r i tl
"It it is found that a new ranal
should be cut between the' Eastern
and Western worlds, there is much
to be. said for conjuring up a
iece of United Nations territo
ry to accommodate it," the Times
recently at plans to bring U.S.
evangelist Billy Graham to Pan
ama for a series oi ;;meeungs
eafly next year,, 4
Bishop Clavel ,1s quoted as
saying that Father Carlos Perez
Herrera, a Panamanian priest
who aided In the investigation
Of the 1955 presidential assasin
ation, -has been refused entry
into the United States- to take
up additional Studies. :
Msgr, Clavel, who was secre secretary
tary secretary of the Panama- Archbish Archbishopric
opric Archbishopric before, he was made a
bishop, said Father Perej He Herrera
rrera Herrera was held Incommunica Incommunicado
do Incommunicado at a U.S.-airport while en
route to Canada tbut nobody
said 'anything1 about freedom
of reHelon beinr abused.
' After stating that the catho
lic Church did not protest over
the defamation by the missionary
les of other religions; Msgr. cia cia-vel
vel cia-vel charged that voices of pro
tests are immediately heard : if
one of, these missionaries is de denied
nied denied entry into a Xatln Ameri
h r : : 1
; Hictnnr MMcnra v
r ? ii iff
I J. v :-f t i .-w 4 i
Skych'ef Ownr Rned $500
I ri:? Discrimination1 Gase
JFtestaurant 'owner John J. concerning Dr; Gerald but one
Retail pork vendors have de
cided to go on. strike starting
Sunday because of the failure
of the Ministry pf Agriculture to
take action concerning- uieir
protests over the Increase in the
wholesale Price ot porK.
t The retail-'butchers charge
that Price Regulating Office had
been "incapable' o dedicating
any time to the situation whiah
forces them, to' sen at loss.
j; Despite "th1 wholesale' price
hike, retailer say they are still
iorcea to se,u at the ceiling price
oi ou cenis a pounu, 7 ; .5
START INTEGRATION IN NASHVILLE SCHOOLSAs Neero and white-first traders siened
up lor school together In Nashville, Tenn., for the first time, Miss Mary Brent,: principal "of
Olenn School, greets some pupils in the previiusljr all-white school. The Nashville .schools
are starting a gradual desegregation ; program wltft; .Integration of the first-grade pupil
this year, t z. :;2&tjilZiZ'
txGnstin was fined $500 today for
. violation of .Panama laws a
gainst discrimination for rea
sons of raee. color or creed."
k ; The ilne was the outcome of
aeharee filed before Mayor Jo
. ae.' E. Cajar Escala by prominent
Panamanian Negro ;, pnysician
Dr. ... Alfred N. Gerald, who"" ac accused
cused accused Gustln, a long-time Amer American
ican American resident of Panama, of
. discriminating against Gerald,
. his wife and a party of friends,
including a Panama detective,
because of their race and cdlor
aCthe Bkychef restaurant.
-' "Dr. Gerald's .charges were
substantiated bv detective Te Te-mas
mas Te-mas i (Bole) Royal; Edf ar
Francis, the waiter who served
.the doctor, and Miss Floren-
" s Jean Francois.
, l.Misi rrancois said that on
previous occasions when she
visited the restaurant managed
byrGustin she had been well at-,
tended, bt on -the night she
anxompanied Gerald there (Aug.
'S4she "suffered th- eeatest
; lrtrmillatlon of toy life." r
,The waiter testifier that the
food served to Gerald, a Har Harvard
vard Harvard graduate, differed consid considerably
erably considerably from similar orders serv served;
ed; served; to other customers and that
Gustln himself prepared the
food served to Gerald and his
poetv. ( v t .. ;
1 Gerald had charged that he
ras-served stale breads and
fried spare rife bones. The
; eoes were nrednced as evi evidence
dence evidence by detective Royal.
f Cm Imposing the heavy .fine.
Mayor Cajar Escala pointed oat
that tt was not -the first time
Gustln bad been accused of dis discrimination.
crimination. discrimination. .... -The
mayor saidf It was a Sim Sim-Car
Car Sim-Car chat two years ago aaainst
Oustin that promoted Minister
of Government and justice Max
Beurtematte. then an Assembly Assemblyman,
man, Assemblyman, to Introduce a bill. implementing-
Article Jl of the" Corus Corus-t"tlon
t"tlon Corus-t"tlon with retard to dlscrlm dlscrlm-lnatfon
lnatfon dlscrlm-lnatfon of any kind. V
' Tbe sane ebarg, which In-
Telved tliseriminatory action
caJnst whito British Metho Methodist
dist Methodist tninicter Rev. WiUism H.
'Armrtreag and a grono of Ne Negro
gro Negro Jamaicans, -moved Prei Prei-Ernesto
Ernesto Prei-Ernesto at la Guard's
Jr, then a preidBtiil randi randi-Mr'e.
Mr'e. randi-Mr'e. to write an indignant
tetter to Gastia on Dec 19,
JSii, the mayo i4.
,;0;r X.cala added that 'he
j-ivfciem, was not merely one
affecting a whole segment of the
numan race who may fall vic victims
tims victims ofacts against, their dig dignity,
' Gustln can appeal the fine to
the Governor; If it is upheld he
may me a iuruier appeal to the
- New instructions have been
given to policemen regarding
tho application of the f city's
anti-noise ordinance. Police
have been instructed by Police
Chief Bolivar Vallarino that
violators ronst not merely be
warned bat should be arrested
and booked at the police sta station.
tion. station. .-. :4 : U...' !; f
FOR FLUID READING
NEW YORK (UP) Anyone' In
terested in the pros and cons of
fluoridation can purchase a book
on the subject, from the City of
Minister 1 of 'Government and Now York 1
Justice, who IS the author of the The number of pages 559. The
antidiscrimination law. price $279.50. ;sl
Parents Of Negro
By KCasper Threat
; YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY
Aug. 30 (UP) The parents of
13 Negro children'1 vowed ;1oday
thev would keep their youngsters
.rnlled in previously all vrh i t e
Nashville schools" despite telephon telephoned
ed telephoned ihreats; of physical yiolence:,t
''imHthn-. the Barents'
were warned by anonymous cau cau-ers
ers cau-ers that they and their children
would be harmed M n I e s sjthe
youngsters were withdriwn 'from
the white schools'.' But the parents
said they would not be swayed Dy
such intimidation. . ..
A I s 0 ahreatened w a s ?W. H
oiiior .. sKsistant school superin
tendent in Nashvville. Oliver, who
will turnm sunenntendent in Jan
uary,: aaid the Negro children will
receive protection wnea imnvwc
House Passes FBI Files Bill
In Rush Towards Adjournment
WASHINGTON', Aug.ySO (UP) led out tot1; special censure by
Solons Of Panama Canal House Group
Due Tor Visit Isthmus Next November
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UP)-The Panama Canal sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee of the House of Representatives Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee probably will visit' Panama In No-,
vember, Informed sources said today. :l- 1
. The subcommittee, will be headed by its chairman Rep.
Leonor K. Sullivan of Missouri. It is not certain bow many
of the subcommittee members will travel with her. r v-
Sullivan will confer with Canal Zone official and stick
' to the- routine program that subcommittee members follow
whenever they visit the Canal Zone on official business..
schools open Sept
The i campaign of intimidation-
Was 'directed against 13 negro
families who reeistered their chil
dren in the white schools Tuesday
as Nashville oegan scnooi iniegr
tion in the first grade omy. ;
The asserted leader of the in
Hmidation oroeram Is John Kas
per, an. avowed segregationist ana
executive secretary of the jennes
see White Citizens council.
Kasper; who lis appealing two
eontemnt convictions for attempt
ing to thwart school integration at
Clinton. Tenn., said ms touowers
would visit each of the 13 fami
lies. He said the parents would
be warned that unless they witn
draw their children rf r 0 m the
white schools, they will be shot.
hanged or have their homes dyna
mited. .. :)
The segregationist leader said
his campaign-inv Nashville1, was
proving to be a success, since only
113 oi tne 150 .negro cnnnren eugi
We to register have done so vo
date. a .. : ;
Congress rushed, toward v.ad-
Speaker Sam Eayburn was
shootimr for a wmdun in the
House by early afternoon. 'Indi 'Indications
cations 'Indications .were the; Senate might
take longer aitnougn, -it nag, no
major Dusiness 10 am w.-v?
The House cleared one hur
"die early by- approving, 315 tf
a bill to safeguard the se-
' recyf FBI files In criminal
trials. Adopted by the Senate
last night, the measure was
sent over to the1 White- House
for President Eisenhower's
-'sleiifttnre.''nA. y. ':t-V-
The House then passed ?. the
compromise $3,435,810,000 For
eign Aid DUi. wnzen-' ine senaie
also anDroved last night.
' Speeches were the order of
the day in the Senate as mem members
bers members prepared to go home until
next Jan, 7. '
TheSenate cleaned up most
of its last -'minute business last
night and early this morning
at the tail-end of a marathon
session marked by Sen. Strom ;
Thurmond's record 84-honrv
v plus filibuster against the Ci j
'.Til Eights bllfc' j.r:.;'J
Sen. Richard B. Russett to-
Ga.). leader of the Senate's
Charging that the bill was ;
politically-inspired and aimed
jj dlrectry at the Southr he said
iwa political-minded'' attorney
. general now will, be under
constant pressure trom Nixon
to jieln the colored people.
i The South, he said must pre prepare
pare prepare for "difficult times."
In a slap at ThuVmond, Rus Russell
sell Russell said most Southerners a a-greed
greed a-greed .not to filibuster the bill
because they knew the maneu maneuver
ver maneuver would fall and -would only
invite disaster by making "a bad
bill infinitely worse?'
' Senate Repubucan Leader Wil William'
liam' William' F. Knowlandt;Calif.) said
earlier, that the President was
disappointed with lithe Aid Bill.
But he indicated' Eisenhower
would sign, it as the best he
could get fronv the economy-
, It was approved by a roll call
vote of 59 to 19 without debate.
Votinc for" it were 38 Democrats
ana Z9 Repuoncans. opposed a fuU-scale soutnern iiuousier, ne
Scores 60-15 Win
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UP) Conareu tnrfn
sent to president Eisenhower the first major civil rights
legislation aimed at elevating the stature of the Amerk
can Negro since the reconstruction era after the Civil
Republican Congressional leaders oredicted he would
sign it into law promptly. ; (
- the historic bill designed chiefly to protect the vot voting
ing voting rights of Negroes was finally enacted by Congress late
last night when the Senate voted passage 60 to 15 at the
climax of a dramatic marathon session.
In the last hours, a lone diehard Southerner one;
time States Rights Presidential candidate Sen. Strom
Thurmond (D-S.Q set a 24 hour and 18-minute fili'-
buster record registering the bitter end opposition of the)
ioutn to the bill. ;
1 Hit4 Triilimt1 w InDn li.wAal1
oldlawyer and farmer, could not
get anyone to support his filibuster.
And shortly: after he finished his
L exhausting around-the-clock speech
tie oeuaie iook ine voie.
'Thurmond and 14 Southern Dem
ocratic colleaguea- poke the "av
es" as the senate roll was called.
Tho affirmative votes thet
passed thn bill wore ruQistored by
o bipartisan coalition of 37 Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and 23 Northern and
The bill, the first Federal le
gislation of its kind in 62 years,
was a compromise with a consid
erably stronger measure proposed
by the Eisenhower administration.
However, the President was re
ported to be pleased with the re result,
sult, result, f
Thurmond eclipsed present rec
ord of 22 hours and 26 minutes
held by Sen. Wayne Morse CD CD-Ore.
Ore. CD-Ore. Morse, however, set his mark
under far more rigorous circums circumstances.
tances. circumstances. Doomed To Disappointment i
But if Thurmound had any hopes
his solo talkathon would toucn ou
In setting his record Morse
never .-(left his desk or! the
Senate floor.', Thurmond, like La La-Follette,
Follette, La-Follette, had several, breaks; Mn Mn-cluoUng
cluoUng Mn-cluoUng pauses to let the Senate
take mor legislative v actions.
BuIa Thurmond, who-launchedL
;his oratortcal barage at 8:5 p.m.'
Wednesday, did manage to keep
the Senate in its longest session
since April 24-25185, when Mono
set his filibuster, record. U
On that occasion. Morse. mm.
erick. Democrat from Oregon," was
talking against the tldelandstoU
Dill, a measure favored by most
Southerners. The sectional Teles
were reversed today. 'A .It
It was verv much in nnn.nk
timetable as Thurmond fartiftarf
by orange juice and the moral
upport oi nis attractive wife,
uuucu ui s laixauion.
nixie hloc delivered a lone oost-
mortem In which "he criticized
both Thurmond and administra administration
tion administration soonsors of the bill.
vice President Klcnara 1 M.
Nixon and Attorney General
Herbert Brownell Jr. were sin.
Max Pilgray Fine
-The best-known oldtlmer In
Colon was in Panama eity today.
But he hadn't crossed the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus for fun. 1 .' -,: f-;
j Colon's unofficial host Max
Bllgray now semi-retired, went
under the knife this morning at
Panama Hosoital for a- not-too-gtrlous
operation. r -At
noon, the hospital said he
was doing fine. ' --
were 7 Republicans and 12 Dem Democrats,
ocrats, Democrats, all Southerners but one.
This reflected the Increasing
hostility of Southern Senators
to .the Program m recent years.
The flies bill, approved by, a
roll call vote of 74 2. was an
outgrowth of the Supreme
j Court decision In the eo-cailed
Jencks case. The court held
that a criminal defendant has
a right tb see reports to the
FBI by Informants who subse subsequently
quently subsequently testify against him.
i The Justice department asked
Congress to restrict the scope of
the decision on grounds It would
lead to indiscriminate "rum "rummaging"
maging" "rummaging" in FBI files and there
by expose hitherto secret FBI
Informants and investigative
Generally speaking, the approved-bill
would provide that
no statement or report made to
the FBI by a witness .could be
produced in court unless the
witness testified in direct exam examination.
ination. examination. It was a Compromise
between rival versions originally
passed by-the House and Sen-j
was doomed to disappointment,
Thurmond passed the old runner
up mark for Senate speechmaking
at 3:18 p.m. yesterday when he
had been talking 18 hours and 24
That eclipsed the previous mark
of 18 hours and 23 minutes set
by the late Sen. Robert M. La
Follette Sr. on May 29-30. 1908.
Shortly after 5 p.m. Thurmond's
voice had dropped to an inaudible
mumble js he read from a book
Most of the time, he leaned heavi
lv on the lectern.
After about 15 minutes, Senate
Reoublican Leader William F
Knowland intempted to askThur-
mond to "sneak up a little so i
can be sure no motions are being
The South Carolina senator sug sug-ffoxted
ffoxted sug-ffoxted that Knowland move closer.
But when Knowland answered that
he was ''well satisfied" in his. own
seat, Thurmond resumed reading
in a louder voice.
During a brief colloquy wuh
Sen. Joseph Cr O Mahoney (D (D-Wyo)
Wyo) (D-Wyo) a few minutes later, Thur Thurmond
mond Thurmond said: "I have been oi my
feet, for the oast 17 hours and I
still feel pretty good
He was able to give his foneue'4
rest occasionally as other senators
interupted with questions. These
respites robbed him of any claim
to various endurance marks.
Morse stopped occasionally .for
questions during his 1953 record
stint but did not get the advantage
of other interuptions whicb-tfave
Thurmond a total respite of more
than an hour. ,; 7;;
The longest 'session In history1
lasted 85 hours and 49 minuieX' m
1954 while amendments to (Ue
Atomic Energy Act .were consid considered.
ered. considered. It was broken by one 24 -jnui.
w.w v. t ,w a 1117 WllgU, WVIltllJUVUV I
session was 54 hours and 10 min minutes
utes minutes in 1915. J" Ik
E llenoor Hold Record
Before Thurmond took the floor.
Sen. Allen J. Ellender a (D-Lai
(Continued on Page 14);;
' Fiona ar Vaene,
Some typical replies:
""Nothing is definitely
yet . ..
MirHATt. PR ITCH ER. polio victim. Is shown being transferred from an Air Force C-47 aJr-
craft He vas evacuated from Quito, Ecuador and flown to Albrook. AFB yesterday morning.
Prltcher, a University of California student became UI last weekend while travelling through
Fruador v.i'h two other student companions. Col. Jame C. Rcbir.cn, CMef of the USAF
Miwicn to Ecuador was pilot and Capt.vDelbert J. Llehl. Maintenance Advisor to the USAF
Mission in Ecuador was copilot Of the aircraft. Pritcher wu taken to Gorpas Hospital.
- (Oiaciai USAF Photo)
gressmen had a far-away glint in
their eyes today. Bags were being
packed and tickets bought 'to Ma
drid, -' Paris -and Rome for the
junketing season Just aneaa. -,
From advance indications 11
looks -like- a boom year for con
gressional study abroad w i t h
Uncle Sam picking up the tab.
House Kemibiican Leader Jo-,
seph W. Martin Jr.,-in debate
Wednesday on giving travel per-
mision to four committes, won
'Do yoa tnmk we eouid raise
quorum in Paris?" 1 j
, (A House quorum is 218.)
A United' Press survev showed
st least a dozen committees are
planning to send individual mem members
bers members and in some cases entire
subcommittees erereai on con
gressional business. B'rt committee ers mamtain that it is
stailers were gfneraUy vagutjaith oier countries!
when ssked"what would r studied Most senators and congressmen
and where the congressmen woula: work long hours and do not tarry
ni lj ; .T1 m
"We re, still working on It."
Under discussion, they said, are
trips to the Far East, Europe,
Midd'e East, Spain. South Ameri
ca, Africa and the canooeae.
Tlhoueh tunketmr Is a touetiy
subject en Catpitol Hi'i, particular particularly
ly particularly bow much it costs, tho travel travel-world?
world? travel-world? On the natiooY relations
sary. Who else will check up en
how millions of taxpayer dollars
are being spent 7 On our armed
once their work is done m an
area. Some in the past have ben
reported to have gone along for
the ride. But they are considered
The survey vowed that this
year the House Merchant Marine
Ctommittee wants to study the
Alaska fisheries and the Paaama
Canal seaway. Tbe House Educa
tion committee is talking 0 trips
lo Furope to study schools sad
tbe handling of union welfare
Sea. John J. Sparkmaa (D-Aia.J,
a member of the foreign Keia
tions Committee, kas already left
for the Far East en what will be
round the work! trip. Sen.
throughout the Homer E. Capehart R-Id.) left
all aecee-ifor a two moo la tour ot curope
, and Bossia. ,,
Record For Canal J
Marine traffic controllers at
both Balboa and Cristobal are
keeping a sharp lookout today
for any stray ships that may
snow over the horizon. And by
radio, they are letting it -be
known that all comers are wel
Ship bows counted In Canal
transit since Aug..l show that
this month has a fighting
chance of breaking the all-time
commercial traffic record of 80
set last March.
Yesterday showed August run
nine neck and neck with Marcbi
for the first 28 daya. J )
Today, rumor had It that Thf
last three days of the montb
might not equal those at the en
But waterf renters were "ltd
hopeful. v .-. I
Lee R. Beil, r-v
Clarence Howell p
Sailing Wednesday 1
- Amonsr the 110 passenrer
scheduled to sail from Cria total.
Wednesday aboard the CrlstobaL
are Lee k. Beu. station chief at
Madden- Dam Hydro-Electrie
Plant, and Fire Lt Clarence D
Howell of the Balboa District j
Both are retiring from Canal -Service.
They are accompaniei
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4TH-E MAIL BOX
' COLON' MERCHANTS,
Sir: v V ;
jir the Front Street merchants in colon going to sit meek meekly
ly meekly byTnd let busline ovum ease, the Panama Railroad out of
10 ftlvM-al davs ago in your paper, I saw a yawp from a busline'
- operfto about 0 Sew fifJiu the railroad put on last week The
i' St? also uoted a, saying that everybody, knows tht ; be be-!
! be-! Sre;ion! the i-ailroad i gQing to run trains only from Mt.-Hope
.td Balhoa., V.-, A
gtTdo' Sw iXt after .an intensive three month
survey by a tailroad expert a year ago it was found the majori majori-'
' majori-' tv of the btisiness interests and potential passengers in the Re,
public of Panama wanted to keep the railroad, ,for their owh
COn,irhce"onSenSuS was that the Trans-Isthmian road in simply i
not We enough to handle the traffic that would be thrown onj
it iftre railroad were abantioned. ,? -on; -j
Panama shippers wanted both a railroad and motor trans-l
port. There was also a detense need Jor the roa-
W inese .WO dci
feSs to keep the railroad ana iorgei nouui, uuuumj
IglTway on its right-of-way
Last vear. me w;anai nuwuut m " r r
t5.' ?. r. .t.tinn n sha r Road Ancon. lust
u ui-wa iss:; -rrrr
msiae tne oe irum
lengera now using the ranama vy ".
aentedto the Panama Government in i Jwntha.
j n iraiiBicr uw
a. wova -7-
The transfer date on tne uoion ciwuuu w '"u;"
If mere are auy-yiua 10 uuu n .i.,.ji,v
WsUnside the Zone line, I haven't heard of them. The Mt ;..&aBj
!?r'. .n,,v. r. nainhnw c.itw and the Industrial Di-
awuun is ciwoc CUMU6II w j
vision to serve those areas.
But what about Colon' Is it going to be left out of the
CX ow much of the trade along Front and the nearbystreets
comes irom Zonians or Par ama Xlty visitors coming and going
4w railroad I don't know. But some does. While on a business
ttfraast week I bought some pearl buttons at the Honesty Shop,
tour tin dishes for my dog at a shop on 8th Street a beer and
andwich at ungrays, iour yaras
Viv.f nthr nHiff nnnp of
this was in tne miasi 01 a nravy
25 f vrv time I visit Colon I
0-ent taxi from Mt Hope, and end with another to eaten
tha train, I won't be in the moon to hang around Front Street
'until the last minute. t . w' '
When t got on the 5:10 train there were also some tourists
oVhad been loose ire Cortn jince their boat 'docked earner Ti&
If Front street, merchants aer smart, they will petition the
Panama government to rent the Colon station right back-to the
BAikoftd at a nominal fet. And theyll do this before the xall-
ffwtrrmaKes pi"a iq tear uu 11,0 w-.a.
with the two refineries in the Colon Province there ought
A. 1 AH.Wk kn. no,eRniMra fnr t.Via hnalina t.fVl
io ue riiuuB" wua pwi.in,v.o
After all, the Panama busline
nl Zone WRue w voiu-i k wm
toad; or it won't come at ail.
. f C.Z. SCOUTS
"The sole purpose of this letter is to inform residents of the
Qmm -Zone that tne eanai aone
. fteetf oFVinancial support to meet
Uie lUUHUi lO ICOWI'.ltu UJ i.uiwi"iii.vm
tons lrcm putting on a "drive"! as such, but I as an individual
nn raciralnaH frnm tpllino vnil flhOllt. their Situation.
Sustaining members were
amhar wer souaht
sponse has been anything but encouraging. I
At this moment, $10,000 is required to meet the 1957 budget
The solution is simple if Canal Zone residents want Boy
Woifting- they must "kick In" to support it. Otherwise, Scouting
in the Zone will pass away or be greatly curtailed and ineffec-
attaes It has been determined that to provide an effective Scout Scouting
ing Scouting program it costs a little more than $15 per Scout per year.
JAs a simple mathematical exercise consider this: There are
"over 1400 Scouts in the Canal Zone. If their parents alone gave
- Scdiiting is a conservation
--ilatura! resource, our youth. For
Mur wi" wauv 10 neip supiy me necessary iuibiicihi uauain
(jprovlde Our boys with the best attainable Scout Program.
Every Cub, Boy and Explorer Scout takes an oath, "On my
honor I will do my best Let s loin our boys in that pledge. Be Become
come Become a sustaining member of the Boy Scouts of America Dy
endjrig your contributions to:
. V Canal zone Council 801
P. O. Box 188
Balboa, Canal zone
v titt impffdant
" $5,000.00 prificipd
V.. to 180 day from
7,-dr Proportional increase for higher limits up to $25,000. tMcilDni P,u j $2,500. Injury xpanto r: ;
imbursoment. 5 I
Tiavl for pleasure or buslna.' Co by plant, tra n, but, boat tuto. Our Traval. Aepdnt policy
eovtri you tvtry minuta, l.a., not only during ae'.ual travl. tut ALSO whiU angaging in ipsrfa. .pr
onM or butintta ictlvitiaaOur Travel Accident Inauranea eovart you no matttr what you do Of where
vou may ba.
. VUI pvillJ pi U I IU6 lIIDMi. iwi ivawv
j- rrmdical-oipontog respiting froni accident.
You. yourf determino tha hour and momant at
;,i portation delays op to 21 toara. .
or further information, consult us or your inmranco broker. -" v
JUinu. ... L, w
for readers of The ',""" A,W"i
ara hana-laa la a whellr eaaMaanal
imp,tinf K deata t apaaat tha
WHERE ARE YOV?
"".r" V all-nn
-r tw, n, n serve the nas-
-, --r, r h.
"'"' ------ .,
hash't said, so far as I knjw
which I really needed. And an
have to start out with a 40 or
is not going to bring the Ca-
cuiiic wy puvw v wx
noy iscuui uguncu a in uire
its 1957 budget.
contacted for new subscriptions
hv the Council. However, the re-
program for our most precious
that reason I feel all who read
OA jpWi Jhausd
Prelect Yourself Anywhere, in the
turn plu $500.00 Injury expons
$1.00 to $13,40;
k. .;aa ir Uaa f Hf limk
NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO.
X!nd STREET AXD AVE. BALBOA
L By VICTOR RIESIU
pavis; Anrl naw I will board
th luxuruns jLiiumansa transocea
nic airliner and fly into me wesi wesi-ai'n
ai'n wesi-ai'n iiin ii'ivmtr hnuuiu me i Deace-
ful pontintPi rcrftwung with Com
munist spies ana sauoterus among
wnom au- many -Americans, qome
oi them once woiseo 'xor tne'lLS.
Rovernmrnt. Hiah up, top, Ana
some stut do. j t1
.1 These aie the homing, pigeons
for Russia international py net network.
work. network. th KGH. Some so home a-
long. wan Kussian agems. ihey
have an" undergrouna raiiroaa au
tneir own.' iney sup into tne U.6.
frnm 1 .'inari. 'l HPV 120 OUt VialeX-
ico, Pan?, AnTsieuam, L u r i c n;
Vienna ana rraguc. i v ; ;
in f 'Qternnslfivaioa. mav of t.hfm
join a coiy- littief American center
au tneir own run Dy an oid U.. f.
governnieni v oiliciai; by. tne' name
of Unorgu shaw wneeief ,xhey go
out. Aiiomer oiu- u.o. nuveimnvm
chap, Nod n'lelu, a trien4 ot Alger
Hs, now is ovxing lor tne Kus Kus-sians
sians Kus-sians in Budapest, rte oroadcaits.
nasiy imnKS awui uu rcr-iri
Apparently tbara i bo. bvsinaas v
lika spy buiines for tha Ru Ru-$iang.
$iang. Ru-$iang. svrywhr an tnt canti
ntnt I laarnad from thata wha
Know that the Rusir ai not
really aHar military aocrts aa
much as tlioy want tha formula
on naw typei of rubber, mata Is
V'd tiny a ae.ronic. in tcnumsmt
whih can fit Jntf obo. of your
gold tooth fillings.:
Thev watt the data on what
makds one oi our missiles finu its
targets, what the missile' ranges
art anri uhat Vtm Sf -USd
fnr fnai imniv in ths airborne
killer aa radar gadgets i which
emu beams to steer rocneis.
Theie e.piouage rings are nooK-
-j rviiaoo is. h a r a n n
tneir msuucuoni arc .-w .uimnaw
,,key factories aeajss the world and
be ready to blow- them, as high as
an experimental balloon when KGB
flashes the word via, short wave.
And for this-type of infiltyation
you don't fceed a big Communist
Party. tMy friends iu the French
counT.er-espmnagB mum i
that the Fiencli Communist Farly
tion activiUeslrwith anvapparat of
viijj ,vy - ,-- r -.
known s the "Hors-Ca8re" mean
;tfra a thi French' Surete Naf
tionalu's new chief, M. vermer.
and h s anli-Communist speciaiisxju l "-T" V" 'd.f If It'i tha
M Via tell. me. onlv a handful of ,thoml mino. I Wonder it n a m-
i,-aH .ka ij44nttit mm Hnn. i
fidrt joperatives.,- -.
i They are Tecruited personally oy
Communist Party chief : Maurice
Thorez. Tbore is Jhe only man in
Fran,. wh.i know what the Hors-
Cadre assignment are, were the
caare assinmema rc, wcio we
men are rced and what special
skills each has. No other member
.l. r rj r'.r.tral
Committee is permitted to ques
lion inorex iwui uw tome. .
Sq skillfully has .Thorez. manipa-
iated them at the KGB's orders
that hi even .slipped one into M.
Vie's special counter intelligence
unit. M. vie says, wiui consioer.
We r atisfariion, .that thi. partieu
lar Hors-Cadre lcmrade is hors
Tha" F ranch fool tha tha Rus Russians
sians Russians have rnesf heavily eontan eontan-tro:d
tro:d eontan-tro:d o- thorri. Tho Communiit'
Hors-Cadre has slipped Into tho
most strategic (factories, into
thoir atomic energy commission
and Into tho apodal pronen tram
ing aenop's wnisn yrwpi tw""
men tor government ciratfi.
t ... l . .UU....J !i.
torn of out! vital base there. armorial bearings owned such das j
ti....... r..mniit, in thai.:. "Hit mi SSSV. Im
iuciG ii xi. M"' -
Franrh aarmt larvicea ann in Vir-I
tually all important government
nuw mr, ricuvu 6wtwhhh,.h "" Willi COllltr ia, vv
gettint? tough again. The new chief him 4nd it would have been 4rag-
av Ka CnPAt rVfttiftti1 M VwvL
tS t.aiO UUl V '-"a a-wa.. a -.
quivalent -of :our rut unaer me
s..rata i a bureau called Hhe See-
ci.l Political Police. Under this is
tne section Oi aiuoies, neaaea
M. Vie. Its job is to know every-
:. : 7. f k -Tti .1.1.. .L-1
Mimy mere 1a ?ow awuv uw
Communista ann smasn ineir "n-
M. Vrdi-r4nd hi eoUeague
WrM tof Buness or
raimburatmarit Cost you for
irht. riarrnannt total
dier, has instructions to clean up ; ,via man Yet ba ba-f.st.'
f.st.' ba-f.st.' The Suretel. the French e- are bard; workmg men Yt M
' 1 T
which eovaraga beginaV endi-avart Including tr An- ;
" : r
: PHOVE S 4
TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
"1 Said lf Yoii
j $wer 0fl the memory of EUnor
jiyn ,Mt to mention John Held
Jjr' i wouldn't belieV it a I
j seen it in the New York
, ihere. is n .enormous a ad
of he bef'ter-knflwh eni
nori- which says, jciveryuiui
""n in th College -Shop-' m
c'a,"' iiCcooa coatj which,
lika wine, improves
"A limited collection, battle-scar
eral tax), torn, m y
au J V dr If on af
condor if It hf s M t.ndtr treat treat-m.nt
m.nt treat-m.nt tinco, nlflht whon
ws ootvalianV I wagorod
(that I tho alngular.of Ico,
friends) and H d.otf hard. ..
a i w "."",", t rA
t would hustle right up to Lord
and Taylor and check some ow
. -1. ,IVI the CO&t
If I was : town, wnicn
- .U. battle-scared and se if : there
u iinu jneim-
shoulder because I waa always a
right hand man. I never could move
good fr0m a left-flank position.
Blrt q00 ir, U one ot tnose coi
,.Jmin.. wht a taw ro leu,
whafa tale to tell! :
A casual observerr several uuu?
dred-jrear.ago, might have ob-
. atransa lieht'ion tne
campus of the University of North
CaroUna, :when College Humor
haan v oeen cui uuui
35, and Jack Oakie was still him.
A furbearing animal, from un-
l 4Umita nrntrudAd ft DSlr
er.ri ..ircuffs. wiuu
have ahrugged uato at he
m ...l . ...tinivii Ford, wnose
i it aajtua -
- underneath th fur, th animal
would have oeen wearing. "-
siuy r-- ---. k
- and women So don t anyboay mz.
" """""l,7, W. have a
soma 20 000 members.' We bavi a
u... f !-.-. nnit lfvfl. 1 some IOrra,
-"-.jr." 7 ;.".;;.'
Thi could cost us many 1
tie bt-" the war starts,
Vrfrttion ; i
a period 'hr.H d,y
' ' s
: MCA Sard, htT Xtts!
diiability.' a wall aa for
Won't Disarm; We: Won't Either"
What A Tale To
.By BOB RUARK
ged dowii nearly to the navel by
a vnhhar hanti attached to a vair
of britches which were snugged
nearly to the armpits, unis is a
neat logistical trick, nut toaay i
am Hn!;'niv "mnnri fnr 'tpphniral ar
gument. The nostalgia just seeped
under, the door and the office' is
sodden with it.) r
.. The 4ecktie knot would be a
touch larger than the one that is
sported by the Duke of Windsor
and .-don't argue, because I ,aw
him no mofe than a couple weeks
past and the face, which emerg-
PAStZ aDithe n whichtlfmeJg-itWnk it scandalous Of L. and T. to
ed from the collar and the- furfhrintf un,the east. -I was feeling
wOuld have been pimply.
Tha hat wrmlH hava he.eH, a VinH
tf aaminnrlrnia turnarf :i nn v. iall
round, Jtndj possibly of a brilliant
nue. emerging irom tne iur,' tne
animal would have s displayed,. t. a
Peaked-lapel jacket, cut off about
six inches upwards of the bottom
lina .A mnra Hicfftiafina aitfhf urAulri
be hard to come by, but man, you
l I J .J . XI A 1 J .. i
snouia nave seeu me gai mai:got
out of the cut-down tin Hz.
.. She woud have boon wearing
arocKing mar : sno roiiea neatly
below her knees, and her hipllno
Class woodwork, cabinets, walls la half tht
timt with TES-TED GRIME-GO. Mix with wttar
in uispsnser Boms . sprty 9 ,
elf-... no rinsing netdidl ".. S
Sef GRIME-GO now '
AVAILABLE AT, ALL COMMISSARIES
Patio KODAK No. 98
NEW DITTO D-10
DIRECT (LIQUID) DUPLICATOR
The big production
machine. . which doe
uperlaUv work in any-
body': hand xompaetly
and modtrnly designed
with wonderfully aw
Kow lot your, teaching, sellinr
ei fnanagemtnt work have
Ditto oeneftu is iuiiest
DO NOT ACCFPT SL'RSTITUTES
If, It ha tkl TradcBiark, It' genuine DITTO.
. ''v : .' s -j ;
VM AlTOMOBILE ROW o TEL. t-ttlt ., ;
on the drs nearly touched her
stockings, Her face was hidden
somewhere in a kind of pot that
they called a cloche hat, nd it
wa rumored she took her cor
set off in the Jady a room when
ho wont, to a dance
Of course, I am too young, real real-lv
lv real-lv tn hava hppn a first-hand ob
server, of, these things, being too
caugnr up witn ; namon Navarro
in Pagan Love song ana Deing
fan of William S. Hart. Prila Ne
gri and Rudolph: Valentino, but I
pretty young until I picked up this
ad. ; ;. . .'
Tha fnnrtv thinS U that the Sal
(In it is wearing lpflg socks,, which
are rouea weneam me anee, au
da shorts, .'which. we used to call
, T iunnn T. and T. T think I'll
open a shop called Wear-and-tear,
and otter me tor saie. unaer tne
current ground rules, somebody's
be likely to buy me, because I am
in a magnificent state of disi'e-
auursi t rf eyB frt
wtsmu et tAwn. mun -:
em ro rout cote at
MCI Off ANT WfMMT Of
111 w a
if ti I
r.ljERRY-. Go Roiijb
WASHINGTON Several back back-staga
staga back-staga lactors, hassles and wire wirepullers
pullers wirepullers caused all the backing and
filling over the Civil Rights -Bill,
One was the fact that Sen. Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon JohnSin of Texas got so much
' Credit lot putting across the
Senate bill that the- Republicans
had tn figure out how they could
get mole credit. On way was to
stall and claim that the-Senate bill
was a bad bill.
Ano'her factor was Vice Presi President
dent President Nixon who consistently and
energetically pulled wires tor de delay.
lay. delay. ': j, t 1
He bad "fought hard' to defeat
the jury trial amendment, lost
that fight, and felt that if the Civil
Rights (Bill went over till the next
session or Congress, the ; Senate
would be in Republican hands and
be could then 'win...
It waa K 1 x o n' Calit'ornia
friends In the House Republican
Conference who fought hardest
for a tougher Civil Rights Bill.
Another hassle was between Re Republican
publican Republican factions, .In some re respects
spects respects they were almost, as split
as the Democrats.1
Finally,, there was1 the ; unusual
spectre, of an Alphonse -. Gaston
act Vetween two old friends who
are not usually prima donnas,
Speaker Sam Rayburn, Democrat,
of Texas and ex-Speaker Joe Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Republican, of Massachusetts,
For a whi.'e neither would speak
to the othM ahiut breaking the
mittee. Joe even told the four Re Re-puuii
puuii Re-puuii u: i... ant-
tee thai he Uian t want them to do
anytiiin : about' getting a vote on
civil rights until Speaker Sam ap approached
proached approached hint.
JOi'S HURT PIELIN6S
Real fact' was that good old Joe
Martia. supposed to be as tough
a politician as ever, served in Wash
ington had hurt feelings.
He would never admit this, but
friends say it was a fact. Perhaps
he was iustified. a '
For when the battling over civil
rights reached its toughest point
in the '' House of Representatives,
Joe Martin sat down at breakfast
with Clarence Mitchell, Washington
reoresentative of the National As
sociation for the Advancement of
Colored People. Name by i name
they wen' over the' list 6f. wayward
These were' the 60 to 70 Repub-
ucans who planned to line up with
the South on the jury trial, amend
Joe knew these men intimately.
told Mitchell how to influence their
vote. He himself also went to bat
to win their vote.
And it wa .because of hi bwn-
energetic work, that he jury trial
amendment'. was sp ..Overwhelming ..Overwhelmingly
ly ..Overwhelmingly defeated, in' the House.
HUI lonay, navmg usea jus per
sonai efforts to defeat the. jury
trial amendment,!! Joe i in th po position
sition position of having to swallow it.
That'5 why he's Irked and waited
for his old friend Sam Rayburn to
approach him first.
f STORMY C.O.P. CAUCUS
Martin had a rough' time keep.
ing some of his GOP colleagues
with him in the closed door GOP
strategy meeting on civil rights
the other day. A few even walked
OUt. .- -.
."We are engaged In a war of
nerves Joe made an impassion impassioned
ed impassioned ole.Ts. "I'm willing, to stay here
until Thanksgiving, If necessary,
to Obtain a stronger Civil Right
"i dohVwant to' be kept here
any mofe than you do," the ex-
-Soe'er continued. "I want to eat
my Thinkseiving dinner b a e k
horns in Massachusetts. But as
long ss the Democrats remain
toit"h and un-com promising. In this
fiht. w Republican will be just
a tough." :
Rep. Charles Gubser tf Califor California,
nia, California, who has few if nv Negroes
in his district and no political rea rea-n
n rea-n to be strong for civil rghts
Nixon, then offered a resolution
putting the Republicans on record
as fully supporting Martin in ef
Any man ahould know that 'it paya to-cheoaa
diamonds whora diamonds art chossn by txptrta.
Whataver hla budgat for hor diamond rlngtif
;will gttnmort quality and a, battar In vastmafU -for
his mo'nay with tht Casa Fastlich
SOLID VALUE" DIAMOND PLAN.
x Out reputation has been built oo selfing only
' the finest Diamonds. .
FRIDAY, AUGUST SO, 1957
1 MW PIAtlON
forts to obtain.- a "stronger, mors
effective and better civil right
In the vice vote that followed.
only about- half of those present
voted "ayo." There was a loud
c,horus 'of "no's" which didn't
please either Martin or the Nixon
ltes.- vr r ",'"
.Finally another motion wis of
fered,' promising support for Mar Martin
tin Martin in his efforts to obtain a "strong!
er and more effective" Dm.;
"I can't go along With that;
shouted De Witt Hyde of Maryland.
"I object to the word 'stronger,'
The motion was -adopted, how.
ever; witn Hyde and another Ma.
rylander, Gen. ; James Devereux, x
Marine hero of Wake Island, vot voting
ing voting .''no." t V 1, $ ,.
PHILOSOPHICAL MR. JAM
Over--on the other side of tha
House of Representatives, Speaker
Sam Rayburn was more philoso philosophical
phical philosophical about his trouble with Vir Virginia?
ginia? Virginia? slowpoke Howard Smith.
' "When I am, asked when Con.
gress will adjourn," Sam told oth
er Congressmen," "I am remind reminded
ed reminded tof the story about the farmer
who got bis leg caught in a.rop
tied to "a runaway horse.
"A neighbor asked 'the farmer,
who was being dragged along tho
ground, where he was going. Tho
farmer .yelled back, 'Ask tht
horse ,'-T -'.- iiV-1-,
"Judging by Howard Smith's be behavior
havior behavior in this civil right battle,'
said Mr. Sam, "maybe you ought ought-to
to ought-to ask him, not me, when Congress
is going to adjourn."
CIVIL RIGHTS-CO ROOND
, One factor, pushing 'toward a
compromise civil rights .bill" ha
been the KAACP. It leaders felt
it was more important to get a
bill nassed and a civil rights as assistant
sistant assistant attorney general appointed
in the Justice Department than to
squabble over details.4.Iti will tako
some time for the Justice Depart
ment tc set up a civil rights divl divl-sion
sion divl-sion and start functioning Ma.
ny Repuhlcans figure that strict
enforcement of civil voting, rights
for Negroes can reverse Demo-
cratic control of the House and
Senate in 1958 ... Most Negro news-
papers also favored a; civil right',
bill bird in the- hand now rather
than two bird in the bush later.
There ore the things In life
besides money-butjhoy cost
161 CENTRAL AVINUI. PAMAfcll
MAX R. STLMPEL & SONS, LTD.
" GENERAL AGENTS
, if V
M,lf.,j. ; j( itt( nSj i .-),r
FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 30, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT. DAELT. NEWSPAPER
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s 1 "a
American Tourists In Europe Having
Hard Time Finding Way To-Get Home
LONDON .(UP) Planninf a
- European vacation ia getting to
: !!'. m 'major nproDiem in iugiBnu
t i if vou want to et home again.
:'v So many Americans came to
rAi; Tiitami thi summer that Mir
'i '- lines, steamship companies and
i the AmeHcan Express Company
ate finding it increasingly cumcuu
ffi W book homeward bound trips,
.ostr ''Without keeping to an iron-clad
t"t xohprhilp it' nossible to set. to
- Europe and face the prospect of
; nnt 0mni7 naric on ume. t
vti : Return flights aeross the Atlan
tie ard booked solid until Septem
her;: Major shipping lines .report
' almost novvacancies until; October.
Nf tfana.. anct.Xanadians have ? been
'1 Stranded "tit air terminals and
; f' ports, '-some of them with only a
w dollars in their pockets, wait-
reMl)UriMi monins in aavance.
h."lf kMi'ro nrona'ppil raVnn out
1 1 l:tn armchair at London" Airport
: t tor inree oays. you nugut
! t lat minute cancellation, said
! for Trang World Airlines here.
.'But how you exist while you're
, 4her is your own responsibility."
, An American Express spokes spokes-'W'.
'W'. spokes-'W'. jnata aaid that most of the com-
pany's offices throughout Europe
. 'f ,Kplay- it by ear" when a o tourist
turns up and says he doesn't
have a return booking and no
'money'-tft -live in,. Europe any
.r,2'1"- Money AaWanMer
"If he can prove who he is,- we
. Jitsually advance .him 'in o ne y
' kgainst check .on his- hometown
bank '' just enough, to. get him
'home, ana keep him until he gets
iwlJthe --plae,,,L the' spokesman
aaid. -tut r it. "'all- depends -on
whether he' look as though he can
be trusted."" '.-
Almost all those who plead
flnincul hardship can be trusted.
A. U.S., embassy spokesman here
said that while, the proportion of
Xro 1RRI6ATI DESERT ?
LONDON (UP Soviet scientists
' are planning a multi million
' doJJar scheme to divert the Ob
, "and Yenisei Rivers and irrigate
T huge -TOw-eases in the desert
' wastes of Siberia and Kazakhstan,
The broadcast heard her said
the Ob will, be dammed to form
a vast inland tea." a canai 4uu
mn Inns will -run thrnurh the
ursgaiiiwert to carry water to!
dry regions of pouthern "Siberia.
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hardship cases; was small, almost
all are senuine.
Cause of much confusion among
Americans travelling around Eu
rope on a fluid schedule is the
rule imposed by major airlines.
They insist tnat transatlantic re return
turn return Dassas'e must be re con'
firmed 72 hours before departure
A dozen Americans a night get
stranded that way at London air
Dort. according to officials there.
Most v get away by other routes
iwithin a day or so, but some
have been stranded at tne airport
for hours without enough money
for a meal.
Paris Popular' Jt
' 'In' Paris" earlier" this month,' two
AmPiTt aBs and 70 ,' Canadians
found'themsIves stranded without
hope' of getting on a plane; Their
f charter, flight for th return yoy-
aee never snowea up ana omciais
said they' had never paid for the
Canadian embassy officials
handed out money for meals and
hotel bills while trying to fit the
tourists in on regularly scheduled
Rhine-Main airport, just outside
Frankfurt, Germany, is one of the
maior terminals for transatlantic
travel in Europe. An average of
between 600 and 100 Americans
are to be found hanging around
the terminal buildings each day
waiting for cancellations. Very
few of them get them but offic officials
ials officials say that everyone seems to
et home somehow.
Sheppa rd's Attorneys To Debate Chargi hg Florida
Convict. Who "Confessed Killing Dr. Sam's' Wife
COLUMBUS, 'Ohio, Aug.- 30
(UP) A meeting soon between
four defense attorneys of Dr. Sam
Sheppard may start a new round
of legal battles to gain freedom
for the man who was convicted on
charges of killing his wife." -.
Lt. Gov; Paul Herbert, one of
Sheppard's lawyers, said he and
the others, will sit down this -Week
to .decida whther tor press ( murder
charges against Florida convict
Donald Joseph Wedler.
Last month, Wedler' told author
ities he murdered a woman in
iBay .Village, Ohio, on the night of
July 4, io4,- tne same uaia- mat
Sheppard's wife, Marilyn, was
found beatem to death in" the bed bedroom
room bedroom of her fashionable home.
' WcJler later sianed a confession
which Herbert has locked in his
vault. .' '- ", K.".
Sheppard's lawyers. "Herbert,
William Corrigan, -Arthur Peter Peter-silg,
silg, Peter-silg, and Fred Garmoner --have
contemplated filing murder' charg charges
es charges against .Wedler as a way o
free Sheppard from the Ohio pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary where he is serving a
life sentence. '
-' Herbert said a final decision "on
Whether- to' press the charges
gainst Wedler would be reached
during the meeting.
The lieutenant: governor recently-
(.returned to Ohio irom a meeting
of the American Bar Assn.i m Lon London,
don, London, and a tour of Europe.
During his ahsnce, Corrigan
went to DeLand, Fla., to question
WedleK. Cleveland authorities, who
also flew to Florida to talk with
Wedler, have branded the confes confession
sion confession "hosx."
The case gainedjnational prom prominence
inence prominence again when mystery writer
Erie Stanley -Gardner's "Court of
Last Resort" -asked Gov. C. Wil William
liam William O'Neill to permit them to
give Sheppard a lie detector test.
- The governor first approved the
test but later withdrew permission
after Gardner reported there were i
major discrepancies in Wedler's
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL UISISI.
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball without Canada Dryr
lAtt comihg back to -ftrA'tahmu:-
' '.T '.T--
- '.T-- tH first thlpmant of '-
" tbia brand of Suits to
'reach, hera sine 1950.
: V shipment
Or FREE ZONE
Vialspafia No. 1 -TeL I-ISSJ
, f 't t v
" tall atfsei Begin October 1st. 1 1
at the Balboa YMCA. O
. INCLUDE: , .!. j.
Baflet tha foundation for every field of dance)
" ". Tap Toa Limbering; A. Body Placament; j
. k Woman'a classes nd Tumbling; for,.wUttler Gua.?-:
' t Rapttratior ditaa: iepLSth, 6th nd.7th
-: -from 2 to 4:30 p.m.1 : v- : ;
At residence: 744 A Laa Crucet St. Ba!be ;
H t (Ner Bitbea Post Office) 'Tt
For further Information -Phont Balboa 1751
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FOR THREE DAYS ONLT
TO CLEAR SOME ODDS AND ENDS TO MAKE ROOM
. l , - i
FOR NEW GOODS NOW ARRIVING
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Positively These Three Days Only
REDUCTIONS from 33 lo 50
!, ONLY TO MAKE ROOM FOR fj E W STOC fc$ ARRIVING
- Nothing: Imported Specially for Salat ;But
All Our Regular Stock Items to Clear.
$60.00 SUITS' NOW,
.f3oV"N:';,v;.suiT.s;i'; 1 now
3S.00 ; m SUI T S : now
'- SPORT COATS- An up 2i.do NoW-r 12.95s
SPORT COATS All up to
LEISURE JACKETS-Upi to
DINNER JACKETS tSJStSU now ; ;
MEN'S SI. AX
' 10 Ml
-Hff e j
i (FoK$taSide),Reg. 18.00 tf$r htfa
MEN'S All WOOL TROPICAL dark SHADES
h ; ;v 12.00 now ;$5
A CLEAN-UP IN THE TRUE SENSE OF THE WORD
REGULAR SLAX Up to $ 7.50 Now to Gear
REGULAR SLAX Up to 13.50 Now to Gear
WAITERS',- BARTENDERS' BLACK PANTS 10,75..
BOYS' DRESS SLAX (Sixe 8 only) Reg. to $4.95 . .
II II II II W II t-sj
LINO CLOTHES COTTON HAYON NYLON DACRON 2000 TO CLEAR WE NEED THE SHELF SPACE -J$'
first. r.ROUP V ::. II siECOND CROUP w. M
that we sold regular
up to $8.75 f?
NOT ALL'SIZES IN ILL STYLESTHESE ARE TO CLEAR
, Premium Qaulity
- Our Regular
$5.75 to $7.50
We have 750 rJoi.BS
Q C new Shirts coming ir)--ta
w replace these 65 doiens'Wje
MUST CLEAR FOR SPACE.
; One- .color nly
TO CLEAR $ 45
; For Men
V. Solid Fancies'
Including iure silk ties to
Bring Thrown At You at
White, green, maize t
Perfect for ColfTennis
All 'sizes 'K r-
4 Rfcr. $5.75
i o c k s ;
Ml . I s l
Slightly Soiled '
: Broken Sizes
' Reg. $5.75 to 8.50 11
v. J" '-
V White'' and colors.
:, -Sizes i844,r.
Values up to $10.75
. To.CIear ?2.95
y alues up to
' I" '4'
Reg. $8.50 to $25.00
- .. NOW
, Sizes 14, 11, -15 only
T SHIRT j
a $2.50 Value
Just a Few-trCln
DACRON & COTTON
iV dear $2.85
NOTEl For 25 year, we have run ene Sale, Annually-A pre-lnventey Sile.., 1. la the first time we are running a mid-year
' SALE and only because our Purchases for'th. coming Holiday s were so heavy w. need the space for new goods.
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN, Inc.
, 3 DAYS ONLY
SAT. MON! TUE. ;
:-HOUftS: 8-12 ;
o- l:30-6 p.m.
I ? A THIS SALE WILfl
- NOT BE PROLONGED
" J AFTER TUESDAY
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Stlany Things To Be Before
Woman's Really Grdwn Up
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'A vjoman isn't really grown up
Shejcan have a good time at a
party J even though she is wearing
an old or not too becoming dress.
, She can get real pleasure from
making someone else happy.
She ha learned a sure cure for
feeling low, whether it is buying
a new? hat, baking a cake, visiting
a sic friend, planning a party, or
workiig-in the yard.
" Sheican dismiss an unkind or
tactless remark instead of brood brooding
ing brooding oyer it.
She realizes that her children
werentt 'put upon the earth to ful fulfill
fill fulfill tier dreams, but their own.
She can praise another woman
or hear her praised without any
temptation to add a belittling remark!
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. . jl. - - im. TksvVa rich la . Z H
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Your baby will love the tempting variety
.Hnx Baby Food. x
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t xou jaat can t Duy a&ier, purer -joooa ior
Heini Baby Foods ar protected in convenient
She can meet disappointments
and frustrations without thinking,
"Why did this have to happen, to
. She realizes that other people
don't really want' to hear about
her troubles, v
DOESN'T INVY YOUTH
She learns to do unpleasant tasks
as quickly as possible, instead of
letting them hang over her head.'
She does things for others be because
cause because she wants to, not because
she expects unending gratitude.
She can laugh at herself occa occasionally.
sionally. occasionally. She car start a conversation
with anyone she meets and can
learn something from almost a a-nyone
nyone a-nyone she talks to for half an hour.
She can forego small indulgences
CASH SALES ONLY
all so very good
Mate sure your baby get the nght kind
day. Feed him tasty, Hnxrishinf Heinz
JI11 thrive on theml
When you accept an lnvlta1
fton nrr.ent it with enthusiasm.
a haif-heairted aeceDtance is
less flattering than a refusal.
It is always a pleasure to of
fer hospitality to a person who
Jcnows how to accept It mta
show of pleasure.
in order to attain a wortn-wnue
Ch ninv vounff OeODle with
out envying them their youth.
sne can oe irienag ymuum met
ing inferior to tnose wno ;u
more man sne, ana wmium lad lading
ing lading superior to those less fortunate.
of food every v-t
Baby Foods, i
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MISS LOUISE RUTH WAGNER whose engagement to Mr. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace Miller of Wellesley: Mass. hag been announced. Miss Wag Wagner
ner Wagner is the daughter of Mr. aild Mrs. Walter Wagner of Balboa.
MEMBERS OF THE PtPLOMATIC CORPS FETE
DEPARTING AMBASSADOR OF EL SALVADOR
rt.utm h Tttnlom&tlo Corns aceredlted to Panama feted
the Ambassador of El Salvador
h. n.ri. hu at th
Ambassador Osegueda, who
In Lima, Peru, vaa presemea witn a bito way rajy nu cuueagues.
Ambassador Of $pa f'-vf :5; -Gives
Fer Osetuas h'J
Tha Ambassador of Spainr and
Mrs. Federico Gabawon. y iav iav-ro
ro iav-ro gava a luncheon at the Em Em-v..atf
v..atf Em-v..atf Mnpiitdav in honor, ot
the Ambassador. d( I EL alvador
and Mr.,.o Jfjrancwco, iav v
gced. t f va.v t 1 vf.
Mr. and Mn. Walter Wagner, of
Balboa announce tha engagement
nf their dauehter. Louise Ruth, to
Mr, Wallace Miller, ion : of Mr.
and'Mra. Jay T. Miller of WeUes-
Miss Wagner graduated from
Fryeburg Academy, Fryebujrg,
Maine, with the class of 1959 and
has attended one year at Nasson
College, Springvale, Maine.
Mr. Wallace graudated from
WeUesleyj High School," attended
two years at. Boston' University
and one year at Nasson College. He
will enter tha U.S. Army in Octo October;
ber; October; ' 7-
Mils Wagner recently returned
to the States after a two month
vacation with her parents and will
enter Nasson College for her So Sophomore
phomore Sophomore year in September.
No date has been set for the
wedding, which will take place in
the States. .
At Ft. Amador ; '
Miss (Barbara Ann Ely, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney B.
Ely of Balboa, became the bride
of Mr. William Melvin Frame of
Coushattaj Louisiana, at a cere ceremony
mony ceremony performed by Catholic Chap-
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Dr. Francisco Lino Oserueda at
Union ICluh this morninf.
is leating soob for hia new posti
Iain Capt. Charles J. Rtchard of
Fort. Clayton on -Wednesday eve
ning at the Fort Ambador Post
Chapelt. Organist for the service
was Miss Manr Margaret Dzvah
tauskas. who in addition to nlav-
ing the wedding music, accompa
aiea msss sneua Jones, tnejoioist,
who sing Schubeit; Ave Mari
and'Agnus Def.-. v i'ljU&i
The bride, who was given in
marriage by y her father; -wore
her aunt's wedding dress, a bouf bouffant
fant bouffant floor-lenrth sown fashioned
with a white satin bodice trimmed
wnn ioias 01 tulle arrange to form
a sweetheart neckline, long sleeves
of lace and a tulle over satin skirt
ending in a Chanel train.. Her fin
gertip veil of illusion 'was held by
a coronet of seed nearls and lace.
She carried a cascade bouquet of
wniie giaaipu ana stephanotis.
Mis Marjorie Ely, sister of the
bride and maid of honor, wore a
peacock blue, waltz. length satin
gown with pink hat and shoes, and
carried pink roses. Miss 'Gloria
Jeanne Sly, also a sister of the
bride, and her bridesmaid, wore
a wait leaath sown in tMach nv.
Ion chiffon over satin with peach
shoes and hat, .and caried ,ial ,ial-mpn
mpn ,ial-mpn carnations. Miss Mary Eliza-
! beth Little was the flower girl and
wore a pale yellow nylon embroi embroi-"
" embroi-" dered with white flowers over taf taf-i
i taf-i letta. knee length, white shoes, -a
headdress of yellow rosebuds and
carried yellow carnations.
The mother of .the bride chose
for her daughter's wedding a blue blue-gray
gray blue-gray lace over taffeta of the same
color trimmed in old rose, an old
rose feather hat and accessories of
the same color. .
Serving as best man was Mr.
Gerald Welsh. The ushers wer'e
Messrs, Frank H. Lerchen Jr.. and
Charles N. ytUe. i
The bride is a graduate of Bates
College, Lewiston, Me., and ir a
private secretary and translator on
the staff of the-American 'Embas
sy in Bogota, Colombia.
The groom.- who is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William. B. Frame
of Coushatta, attended Northwest
ern state College in Louisiana and
is a member of the Marine Corps
on service at the American Em
bassy in Bogota. f t
A reception, following the cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, was held in the Tivoli Guest
House' Ballroom. Mrs. Charles N.
Little was in charge of the guest
book and. Miss Sheila Jones cut
the wedding cake.
After a short trin tn the intprini-
the yocng couple, wilTbe at home
at 119 Ridge Road, Balboa, until
they leave to. return to Colombia
on Sept. 7.
for ner going away costume the
bride wore a bale vellow linen
dres, hand tucked and in pirnces
Following the rehearsal on Tues
day evening, Mr. and Mss.' Ely
were hosts to the wedding party in
the private dining soom of the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest House. The bride pre
sented her attendants with Colom
bian silver jewelry.
Peni Women Plait
Christmas Card V
The Canal, Zone Branch of the
National League of American Pen
Women will hold its annual pre preview
view preview of Christmas cards at the Ti Ti-voU
voU Ti-voU Guest House in the Little Gal Gallery
lery Gallery on Friday, Sept. 6 from 4:30
pirn until 8:30 p.m.
Tea .-'and cocktails will be served.,.-''
.: ..s; ff
.iJChristma cards, paintings and
of members of this group will be
on oxhibit and- for ile.' . ;"
For several -months paints, pots
and pens havol taken over in ma many
ny many Isthmian homes. The resulting
variety or enristmas ards with
original native motifs and verses
have special appeal for the State
Local authors of three children's
books will be on hand to auto
graph copies of their books for ear
ly Christmas shoppers.
"The National -League of Ameri American
can American Pen Women was founded June
26, 1897 In Washinrton. D. C. Th
object of the 'Branch organization
is to conduct and promote crea creative
tive creative and educational activities n
Art,. Letters and Music among ,tts
memoers. tacn applicant for mem membership
bership membership must meet the require requirements
ments requirements established by the Nation National
al National Asociation.
-Mrs.- Muriel De Young is presi president
dent president of. the Canal Zone Branch.
,'. (Continued on rage
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A COMPLETELY NEW CONCEPT IN SOUND
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"pioneered and perfected for the home
by AMPEX. ;'. i the recognized leader in thit
completely new field of sound reproduction
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'I Across from Colegio
After class Is over, a girl can ret into shirt and tapered slacks' ; ;
for her leisure hours on the campus. This coed wears washable ..
orlon-and-wool jersey shirt in moss green with tapered slacks
in a plaid of moss greenf Slacks are in orloQ-andwool; are
als washable. By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Womejq's Editor.
(Mrs. Muriel Lawrence Is on
vacation. In her absence, noted
phyehtatrlit : Erie Fromm' dis discusses
cusses discusses six frequently asked ques questions
tions questions eii ehlld parent relation relationship.
ship. relationship. HIS answers are eondens eondens-.id
.id eondens-.id from his beek, "Man- Par
Himself,- published by Rtnehart -and
Q. Is "mother leve' difPar difPar-ent
ent difPar-ent from other kinds of loveT
A. Motherly love is the m ,o s t
frequent and most readily 'under 'understood
stood 'understood instance of productive love;
its very essence is care and re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. ". C ;., i
During the birth of the child the
mother's body "labors' for the
child and after birth her love ,con-.
sists in her effort to make -the
child grpw. Motherly- Jove s dpes
not depend on conditions1 ; which
thM child has to fulfill in order to
be loved;, ij: is.uncpnditional, ,bas-i
ana nipvUiMipv "Yv" A
But not so evident -is thf connec connection
tion connection of- care and .responsibility
with- individual love; it j believ believed
ed believed that to fall in love u already
the culmination of love, while, ac actually
tually actually it is the beginning and on-,
ly an opportunity for the achieve achievement
ment achievement of love. 7'
It is believed that love is the
result of a mysterious quality by
which two people are attracted to
each, other, an event wnicn -occurs
without effort. Indeed, man's
loneliness and his sexual desires
make it easv to fall in love and
there is nothing mysterious, about
it, but it is gain wnicn is quics
ly lost as it has been achieved;,
a ONE 4s not loved- ecidentally:
one's own power to Wve produces
loce just as being interested
makes one interesting. People Ire
concerned with the question of
whether they are attractive wliile
STEREOPHONIC SOUND SYSTEMS
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You ors cordially invited -v
to come in and near this.
.j i unbelievably life-like re-"-:
production. .. which virtually -brings
the concert hall into
-' 'S y yur. '"3 .ro.fl!m..
they forvet that the essence-of at-
tractiveness is their 'own capaciy
to love. -)' -:!'
To love ? a person productively
implios td care and td feel respon- "eif"
sible for his life, not only for his oio
physical) existence but for' the
growth and development of all his '1
human powers. r. i
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While it may be said that lov W.1
for man 'differs from motherly dm
love inasmuch as the child is help helpless,
less, helpless, and our. fellow men are : not rt
it may also be said that even this, i tUt.
differeni exists only in relative
terma 'X'";-, '-.-') i -f-xf- &
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C. All man! are. in need of; help and
depend oa one another. .Human "4
solidarity is the -necessary condi- -vJu
tioh'fdr the unfolding, of any one
individual. ;t';.H.-f;v',t' (
. i; i ii 'Mi .M'i'ii i 'i i'i $zf v f r ...
tv.Drearr 'qr ad, innmmi
people. someone ,14 ypuryhomei ij 'iwui
is,-constantly g r u m p check j'-aj
your ,room color scheme, Tiring :
colors include white, purple,1, brown ; jr
or-orange. Jhose most "restful are
apt-to1 be medium greehg and yej-
lOWS. ,.'.;'i;;f :lf,, VRT
Heed, : cane or 1 wicker fuhiturf
for" sun porch and ..'.''patio needs VnoU
care, too. Dust with a stiff brush.,,
or vcutini a cleaner attachment.,,
Occasionally' Wash these 'items gm
but don't soak.' Prolonged weti,
ness leads to1 warping; and," in uii
some cases, rotting of .these types rnf
of furnyure.; ., t : ; .. blua
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Emmett Till Case Closed Book
r In 'Mississippi
SUMNEB'rMii, -fUPj -;Th
Emmett TiU case i
around her ny mo- 7-
'outsider"" inquires, bout it.
'TfeM th Md .bitterness sod
wella ttp;ft vMcei,of the
It Will 'exactly two years'. o
that the H year old Negro boy
from Chicago, visiting an. uncle,
was snatched from, his bed. at
2:30 a.m. His body, battered and
shot onca. through the head, was
found four days later, feet float floating
ing floating on; the surface of the Talla Talla-hachie
hachie Talla-hachie River, its torso held down
by weights, f c. A
- His offense-had been ''acting
fresh" toward a Mississippi' white
-woman. 1 : .,
A jury of 12 men' acquitted
half brothers Roy Bryant, and J.
W. Milam of young fill's murder
iter a sensational trial m ; tne
arly 'fall of 1955 that brought
reporters here, from across the
' : aation. ; J y'pHv;'; fffii
i vCar- la Closed --
Today, ''the' book is officially
eloaed on the Till case. The. legal
presumption must be that, since
Bryant nd Milam- were acquittd
the real, killer is still at, large.
But there. i no continuing inves inves-tigation.
tigation. inves-tigation. f, o
3f4C3 Years Old
Deciphered By Prof
t '- '
WALTHAM, Mass., ,Aug. 30 30-(UP.A
(UP.A 30-(UP.A Brandeis University pro pro-ttnr
ttnr pro-ttnr runorted todav that he bad
deciphered 3,400-year-old inscrip-
tjong on iay taoieu xnai nuxui
thrown new light on the ancient
history of the island of Crete.
of Near Eastern studies, .said he
had deciphered the "linear a in inscriptions
scriptions inscriptions of Crete that had baf baffled
fled baffled researchers, for more than
half a eentury. .. Ji : ;-:
r.i'''. ?,;.-''.:-' :' V.
Mt said' the Inscriptions indi indi-tated
tated indi-tated that: Akkadiant a' Semitic
language, ws written in Crete
some' 300 years before th Greeks
invaded and imposed their- own
written, language on' the island.
Dr, Gordon's findings '. will he
published in England enxt week in
the September issue of the
scholarly journal Antiquity".
-The findings indicated .that the
administration and economics of
Crete .were recorded m day tab tablets
lets tablets in Akkadian written in a na na-fehw
fehw na-fehw Minoan script fromj the 17th
t the i5th centuries BjC. Around
1400 B..C. tine Greeks moved p in
and Imposed their awn, language
Drl Gordon has deciphered' the
script' called "Uneair A" i used on
tablets unearthed mainly at Htgia
' Trioda ,by an Italian- expedition
betweeii 1902 and 1912. Five years
ago the late Michael Ventris -de-J
. eipherea. simuar script known as
"linear; B" and found on later
tablets in Greece and Crete.
While most of the tablets Dr.
Gordon has -deciphered are busi business
ness business records, he believed ; that
early literary texts some day
w6uld be found around" the
Aegean. These, he said, might
provide Mora background on the
origin of elaesical civilization, and
hterature; ,. ;
That; the. division' between-the
Greek Wd Semitic Worlds is not
as great-as is commonly believed,
is indicated by his: findings. Dr.'
Gordon Said. 1 '
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. UP) -The
Jarin County Board of Supervi Supervisors
sors Supervisors turned down a nudist organi organization's
zation's organization's request to bathe in the
arw on a secluded stretch of Mar Marin
in Marin Beach. It would "create a park parking
ing parking problem for spectators as
well as a patrolling problem for
the sheriff. Supervisor William
D. Fusselmaa said j
Barrinri the highly unlikely
possibility $hat someone with -conscience
pangs -cOnves forward to
confess', there seems-no kkelihooo
that the cas ever will be revived.
Former gherifffc leorge w.
Smith of adjoining: Lef lor County
where- Till's uncle (lived told me.
-"r hate tm evell mention the
case1 It was the only thing to
. -1 ...... in
mar;; my 1 iuius-. yvmia .-,
Dont quote me on anything. 1
don't want my name ever printed
again in connection with the
people -involved in this case,"
To the townspeople of Sumner,
mention of the case brings the
predominant reaction'' of how the
courthouse square was overrun
for days -.with reporters and other
stringers.; s ; .:
Outside Interference 'i
' T.'4.',.v.,. i
: Manv "sincerely "believe to this
day that the outcome would have
been .different had there not been
what is angrily referred to as
"outside interference" in what
they considered a : local affair.
A desk drawer of the weekly
Sumner Sentinel, is crammed with
scores of jetters .that; poured in
during, the .trial and! afterwards.
Some- are in red ink & penned in
blood, -, the .: writers : said and
contain unprintable vilification of
Mississippi Justice. The 1 letters
have slowed to a trickle, although
one was received as -iveceauy as
last week.. t - t v
Bryant and Milam admitted
abducting young Till front the
home of his uncle, v Mose Wright,
in the little1 Delta -community of
Money. But they, said the freed
him when Bryant's pretty wife
railed to identity him as the
Negro she said "wolf whistled"
it hsv.in Iiai. hiiehfinrf'a 0Anrsi:
store .the night, of Aug. 24.
Although cleared of murder,, the
event tnat jnade theij names
familiar around the world has
plagued Bryanta nd Milain ever
since. ..' '' i .'.
Within days after the triaL
Bryant's customers, dtfserted nim
and a- soldi his store: Both men
have drifted from job to job dur-:
ing the past two years;
Bryant now works as a welder
in Morgan City,' La., 275 1 miles
soutn ot nere. Muam stm lives
in the area but is often jobless,
nil's- uncle moved to- Chicago
shortly after the slaying and his;
only relative in Missississippi is
a brother who lives quietly on the
outskirts of Greenwood, ;
Actually this is one of the most
"progressive" areas of rural HHit-,
sissippi in race relations. The tat
Is ompletlnr lor.pctober jr
th dedieatioil s si fin folw
onsoh'dated school two ..miles
from Jhe soeno of the Till triaL
There;, are .'good. Negro schools
dotting the landscape, .' including
two at 'Money,?-;.;:;,; i-M
f i For, the -present,-; at Jeast, Ipcal
Negroes seem to have no heart
for making : any : attempt to de demand
mand demand school integration or -breaking
the color barier.
Outwardly r the Till incident
seems to have created no lasting:
racial friction here. Negroes with
wnom 1 talked spoke of "ood
feelings' between the two races.
In the next; breath, however;
they acknowledged that the little
town of Money has had few Negro
visitors in the past two years
because "colored folks Say they
are afraid to stay here."
Are coming back to
th first shipment of
Ihis brand of Suits to
reach hers sine 19S(
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country were past masters at
scarine up.a storm, is made by
Gerald W. Johnson in "The
LunaAlc iTlnge,": one of the
books placed In circulation this
week by the Canal zone Libra
Among the : is characters
which are presented In all their
wisdom and wacklness are
Thomas Paine, Horace Greelev,
Henry George, sockless Jerry
Bimpson," ana jonn peter Alt
Tn complete ...list of new
books and -, their "authors an
nounced by the Ubrary this week
Law. Fifth Edition. Conunarton :
Governmeirts ;of 1 Latin America,
Piersonr Th stress Of Life,
Selye: Betty Crocker's Picture
Cook Book, "General Mills; Ex
ploring with, xour Microscope,
uornngion: conectine Butter
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Pamll Book of child Care. New
ton Building, U.8 A., Architec
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Me Proske: vThe Life of the
Party; oerf : Lincoln's Comman-
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Vandiver; 'The Lunatic Fringe,
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ham; The Hanging Tree. John Johnson;
son; Johnson; Twelve Girls in a Garden,
Martin; Thirty Notches. Peenles;
Berlin, Plieyier: Wizard's Coun Country,
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Highway to Adventure. Lauber;
Getting to Know 8oain. Dav;
uoDras, : cows and Courage
Bethwell; Juan Ponce da Leon,
Baker. ., .,
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, J957
&diai and Otk
Pkmlltf Leave for Vacation
-Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. S w i c e-
nwd of New Cristobal, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied bv their children. Janet, Jean-
riette and Craig, leit by plane ear-
Mi Monday moruing for a vacation
lth relatives in JSlortn Carolina.
,.4Mr. and Mrs. Swicegood and
their son, Craig plan to return to
Out Isthmus' m uciooer.
CThe Misses Janet and Jeanette
Swicegoou siaouaiea irom yruau-.
tfu hign Scnooi iu juue ana wiu
naiu in tne States 10 iurtuer
, taeir education, oanet will oegm
' tier freshman year at Mississipi
f outhern coaee in riauit:4ui,j,
iiss. jeaneae will enter iweaicai,
College of Virignia in iticnmona,
Ve. ne was tne receipient or one:
4ft the Scholarship Awards given
this year by tne cariDoean Couege
CJub and uuring the summer nus
been employed as Student As Assistant
sistant Assistant at coco Solo Hospital.
Christian J. Gundersen; Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel H. Rudge; Miss Mar Mar-la
la Mar-la Hackett; Miss Janet Stockham;
Miss Laura Seeley; Craig Stoud-
ner; J. demons; Jim teJDy; Jim
Reece and Tim Hotz.
(Continued on Page 9))
3 Army Mission
Chiefs Visit CZ
-feted At Amador
TlMr. and Mrs. R. W. Stoudner
rid Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Hack
e'ti were hosts to the members of
tne Stouaner -jeavons weaaing par parts!
ts! parts! at the Fort Amador Olticers'
hib following the wedding re
hearsal on Thursday evening. Pres
ent were tne Dnae-eieci, miss ijix ijix-ieXee
ieXee ijix-ieXee Stoudner; the groom, Thom Thomas
as Thomas H. Jeavons, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Jeavons, parents of the. groom;
Mr. .and Mrs. M. Beddoes. uncle
and aunt of the groom; Mr. and
Sirs. M. M. Seeley, grandparents
of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
(Seeley, the bride's uncle- and aunt;
Mr. J. W. Stoudner, the bride's
grandfather, who came from Flori
3k for the wedding; Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Stockham, the Rev. and Mrs.
(Scar W, Olsenr Mn and Mrs.
Maxwell F.Smith, Capt. and Mrs.
Cols. Maurice C. Hodel, Otto
B. Cloudt, Jr., and Walter P
Buechner. Jr.. new chiefs of the
U.S. Army Missions in Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, Venezuela and Guatemala, re
spectively, are visiting Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters U.S. Army Caribbean, this
week for orientation.
Holden succeeded Col. Paul S.
Shoemaker as chief of the mission
in Costa Rica, coming from his
former assignment as assistant ex executive
ecutive executive to the Secretary of the Ar Army.
my. Army. Cloudt replaced Col. G. E. BaW
ya who formerly headed the misp
sion in Venezuela: Cloudt was
transferred .from.. Headquarters'
Sixth Army at Presdidio, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Calif.
Buechner succeeded Col. Walter
P. Goodwin, who went to Headi
quarters Second Army, as chief of
the mission in Guatemala. Prior
to this assignment Buechner was
-with Headquarters Continental Ar
my Command stationed with the
Amphibious Force Pacific Fleet
at Coronado. Calif. His previous o
verseas service" include' Korea and
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Beside Lolita Market,
Gather A Seminar
On Sales Analysis
A sales analysis seminar was
conducted last night in the meet
ing room of the Chamber of Com
merce in Panama uty. raruci
pants in the seminar; spousurcu
by the Industrial Development ten tenter
ter tenter of the Institute for Economic
Development, included representa representatives
tives representatives of prominent industrial and
commercial interests in Panama.
The seminar was conducted un
der the chairmanship of George
Lindahl, industry officer, Point
Four in San Jose, Cos la Kica, who
has had broad experience in sales
and marketing techniques nd has
directed similar seminars id Eu Europe
rope Europe and Central America. Lin Lindahl
dahl Lindahl came to Panama at the invi
tation of the Industrial Develop Development
ment Development Center, which is a coopera cooperative
tive cooperative activitiy of the Institute for
Economic Development and Point
Four in Panama.
Among the participants to th?
seminar were Ernesto Koref, Alfre
do Ocana, Severmo Parientes
Saenz, Francisco Pereira, Ramon
A. Vega, Isaac Eisen. Aquilino de
la Guardia, Dulcidio Gonzalez, Car
los Orillac, Rodolfo de' la Guardia,
David Alvarado, Edgardo Carles,
Jack McGrath, Rodolfo Endara,
Antonio Fergo, Lloyd Smith, Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Eleta, and Federico Tunon.
The seminar was offered by the
Industrial Development Center as
the first in a series of steps aim aimed
ed aimed at improving management tech
niques in the Republic. If was
well received but' the participants
who appointed a committee to dis
cuss the' formation of a sales ex executives
ecutives executives association which is ex expected
pected expected to affiliate with the Nation
al Sales Executive International
with headquarters in New York Ci
The immediate objective of the
projected local sales association is
the improvement of sales manage management
ment management techniques. As a further ma major
jor major step in the improvement of
management in the Republic the
Industrial Development Center,
with the cooperation of Point Four
in Panama, is planning a top man management
agement management Seminar in the early
part of 1958.
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PEDRO MIGUEL RAINBOW GIRLS The Pedro Miguel Rainbow Girls were entertained by the Pacific Lodge No. 5 AFAM In Panama on Monday evening.
Here they are shown with their hosts. . ' i ' r4
Gel Heavy Ribbing
In New Play Janus
The lusty-busty historical novels
that have won popular favor in re-
cent years come in for a heavy
ribbing in the comedy Janus
which is to be presented by The
Theatre Guild Sept. 9 to 14.
In this Broadway success. Doro
thy Walsh and John Maylei will
be seen as a wealthy Seattle house
wife and a; Massachusetts p r e p
school teacher who; under i the
pseudonym. ofj Janus, 'haye made
success writing the kind of histo
rical novel whose every page is
enlivened by a portrait of a femme
fatale who has changed th course
Many complications turn up that
endanger the continuation of the
partnership. One is the unexpected
appearance of the lady's husband
(Richard Eisenmann). who had
been unaware of his wife's double
Talks On Juvenile Delinquency
Dr. Israel Drapkin, prominent Ined so that he could present the
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trance: $L4 (S fer UK)
CaJl Maitr s'httel early
let 7 iiauiswiii.
Chilean surgeon and criminologist,
eave a brief talk last mzht at
the Panama University on the to
Die of iuvenile delihauency.
lit. urapKin, wno is presiueni ui
the Latin American Dv:sioa of the
B'nai B'rith, is in Panama for the
inauguration of a new chapter of
the organization in Panama.
His experience in the Held 01
criminology has led him to be ap appointed
pointed appointed as UN advisor and techni technical
cal technical assistant to Israel, and he has
just completed a tour there during
which time be made a survey 01
the situation-and presented' a "re "report
port "report on his findings.
In his speech before tne univer
sity audience, the doctor explain
ed the cause, background of aevt-I-opment.
tracing the increase- in
juvenile delinquency -ia various
parts of the world, and suggested
ways and means of controlling it.
His trip to Panama, in connec connection
tion connection with the new lodge, was plan-
life. Another la the interest of the
Department of Internal Revenue,
as represented by a smooth field
agent (Bay Gordon).
.. Since, at the conclusion of the
comedy, a solution is found satis
factory to all, it might be said
that the Dlav ends happily. B u t
the New York Post's drama
tic, Richard Watts, Jr., had his
"There's at least one melancho melancholy
ly melancholy aspect to its happy ending," he
wrote. "Perhaps the ending is hap happy
py happy for all the people in the play,
but what about, the cause of litera
ture? It seems that the literary
collaboration is to so right on.
Since an example of their work is
a novel called 'My Queen, My con
cubine,' it is evident that litera literature
ture literature is going to suffer if they con
charter to the erouo at their inau
gural service Sunday night at El
B'nai B'rith is one of the oldest
Jewish service organ'zation in the
world, started in New York in 1843
to help newly arived immigrants
settle in the States. Since then,
from a nucleur meinberhhpip of 13
people, the organization now en encompasses
compasses encompasses 400,000 people in the
Their aim of bcnavolencc, har harmony
mony harmony and brotherly love is being
carried on in all parts of the
world. Actually the title implies
"Sons of the Covenant" and the
organization works closely with
groups of other faiths in promot promoting
ing promoting civic-minded projects. They
founded the Inter-Fai',h Organiza Organization
tion Organization in the States several years a a-8:
8: a-8: . '
A delegation from uosia Kica is
arrivine tonieht to join the Pana
ma group at the inauguration of
SOAKED FOR MONEY j
CHICAGO (uih A doxie k
of ; things tor'soak" their friends
nfori money: f to contribute to a
home for emotionally aistriDuteo
children. The little fund-raisers let
paying customers pelt them with
wet sponges as they sat on swings,
The take: $31.
IkE PAYS VISIT
WASHINGTON (UP) Presi
dent Eisenhower visited his wife
at Walter Reed Army Medical
The White House said Mrs. Ei
senhower, recovering from an
Aug. 6 operation, was in "fine.
condition but "not in any hurry"
to leave toe hospital.
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9-year-old mother rested uietly
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gled for jus we in an mcuDator.
The child was born about a
month and a half prematurely, of officials
ficials officials at University of Arkansas
Medical Center said Wednesday.
Dr. Eva Dodge, who delivred
the baby, said the child's Negro
mother was verified through a
birth certificate to have been born-
in another state in March,' 1948.
Dr. Willis E. Brown, head of
the center's Department of Obstet Obstetrics
rics Obstetrics and Gynecology, said the
mother, is the youngest oh his de
partment's records, nosing out by
two years an 11-year-old girl who
gave birth to a baby in the hos
pital about three weeks ago.
Hospital officials refused to re
veal further details. They would
not give the girl's name, home
town or whether she was mar married.
ried. married. William W. Hughes, news di
rector for the center, said. "Doc
tors have decided to protect such
cases as this as far as publicity
is concerned." 1
The baby was placed in an In
cubator and doctors said he had
i . i
a gooa caance 10 live.
The 8-vear-old mother was re
ported in good condition today,
Hospital officials said to their
knowledge no name has been giv
en uie tiny Dany. ; j
Pumps Girl's Blood
BOSTON. Aug. 29 fUPWA me
chanical heart pumped blood into
the body of Joan Kikert 7, today
while surgeons performed what
appeared to be a successful five
hour operation on her aiung heart.
Doctors at the Medical Center
reported, that the operation to open
a construction, or narrowing, in
the heart appeared to be a suc
cess. But tbep said "it will be
days before we can say definite
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donated by the farm girl's' Ver
mont neighbors during the opera operation.
tion. operation. .Ten neighbors fro n- Straff -ford.
Vt. were flown to Boston
yesterday by the Vtermont Nation.
al Guard to provide the Tare c
negative "type blood needed.
t6 BE CONFIRMED Master Alan Altman, whQ 'will con confirmed
firmed confirmed at a Bar-Mltzvah ceremony at 9:30 tomorrow morning -at'
the USO-JWB -Service Center in .-Balboa, will assist 19 the
regular Friday night services tonight to be conducted by Rbbl.
Nathan Witkin. The-Balboa 3rr High School student Is, son;;
of ;Mr. and Mrs. Saul Altman. A reception in his honor will
be i held tomorrow night at the home of bis parent In-E
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Gillette Company; Plans To Manufacture?
Drug Products Also
"The Gillette Company
through a newly created Divi Division,
sion, Division, Gillette Laboratories, is
doing preparatory .work looar
ino- toward addinsr one or more
proprietary drug products to Its
line, it was announced today
bv Carl J. Gilbert, President of
Gillette. The principal, offices
of Gillette Laboratories will be
located In Chicago.
"Gillette has been accelerat
ing its scientific research pro
gram in recent years. In audi audition
tion audition to research and develop development
ment development programs conducted in
Its own laboratories, the Com Company
pany Company sponsors research pro
grams. In leading medical
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"A major step toward its
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the recent completion ef con
suiting and manufacturing ;ars
rangements- betwep-, 'v
and The Upjohn Company,,
leading pharmaceutical uua
GiUette has not yet finally de-
termined what product or, prod-
uts wlll.be marketed by. GilleU
te Laboratories but does Qot,
intend to become a long-llnft
pharmaceutical house, Gilbert
stated. The company's poneys
will be to concentrate on the
development and 1 distribution
of a limited number' of Improve
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LATTER DAY ADVENTURERS One thre teen-age
S tt:- M iiimM nt iha TTiiriunn River
VQUinS, au ll.om wmwi viv, i
Ito join his companions (circled),; after the trio paid-a surprise
visit to the Mayflower H, anchored In New Vork.V The boy
warn the two-mile distance to the ship from the Jersey side
fof the river, and then, after taking in the sights aboard the ship,
they Jumped .bacK 'inio- tnr wwr wr me .. m.w.b
!dwniuresome.trio are Bob Waldfirman, 16, David Nellson,.
'19r and Henry Enders, 15,
7 i .Ry OSWALD JACOBY
WritUn for NEA Service
', A 10 7 3
A A 10 5 3
fetith West. North East
N.T,fl Paw pu
t f! Pass 1 J.;Pass
8 NXr Pass I Pass Pas :
Opening lead-V 2f
rTalt a look at the North cards
only, your partner opens one no no-trump.
trump. no-trump. What should you do? i
If you want to leap right to
' three no-trump you will proba probably
bly probably do all right. There Is some
chance that this contract won't
iriakeThere Is also some chance
that youifwill be missing a slam,
but In' most cases you will be In
the proper spot.
' The JTB allows you to bid this
hand most scientifically. You
etart by. responding two spades.
This la the club transfer and
your -partner will go to three
clubs as demanded.
' Your second bid should a
three spades. This bid Is a force
to game and shows that : you
have a spade-club hand with
more- clubs than spades. It also
warns your partner that he has
rfqf to take care of the red suits
frhe wants to play no-trump.
- This second bid won't leave
South much, of a problem. He
won't want to raise either black
uit so he will bid three no no-trump,
trump, no-trump, whereupon you will pass.
South managed to make six In
the play. He won the opening
Jieart lead and ran six clubs ana
wo spades, stopping In his own
hand. He discarded three dia diamonds
monds diamonds and a spade on dummy's
lub while West discarded three
i Now, South cashed the ace oi
hearts and led the queen of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. West won with the ace
and had to lead a heart up to
Soutb's king-ten, ;-
Among tlndidajsi vj
t WASHINGTOAugl 30 (UP-
tep. Jo"L3 Evins (D-Tenn) said
day publisher Carl A Jones Is
kmong the many candidates for
fiie latest vacancy on the board of
he Tennessee Valley Authority.
Evins said Jones, publisher of
fh Johnson City, Tenn.,- Press
Chronicle, -was recommended by
fep B. Csrroll Reece (R-Tenn).
Hte said be understands Rep.
Howard WL Baker (R-Tenn) also
is supporting -Jones for the post.
Speculation on' President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's third appointment to the
Jhree-man board cim as a Sen Senate
ate Senate committee considered bis sec second
ond second nomination, that of -Arnold
S. Jones, deputy director of the
ndget Bureau. -. h
Evins- predicted the Arnold
f ones appointment would not be
Confirmed by the Senate before
adjournment of Coagres. H said
adjournment of Congress. "He said
J Arnold Jones has been noml noml-ited
ited noml-ited to succeed Harry A. Curtis,
hos tann expired. Another va va-aocy
aocy va-aocy ss created by the death
Dr. Raymond R. Paty, the last
holdover board member from the
Informed Senate sources said
Keef Pledges Effort
On 'Equal Rights'
For US Women
WASHINGTON (UP) -4 "Equal
rights" for women, an oid old
Senate Perennial, bloomed late
this year, Probably too late.
It appeared likely today the
Senate woulo let the constitutional
amendment long advocated by the
National ? Women's Party i wither
once again in the closing nays of
the 1957 session. But the (women
had the- sympathy of Sen! Estes
Kefauver. , '';.,,
Tre Tennessee Democrat gal gallantly
lantly gallantly pledged after the Senate
Judiciary Committee favorably
reported .the. measure that he
would make;, ''every V effort" to
prwg it ,io an eany noor i vote.
Kefauver may not haire a
chance of a snowball in August
of getting action in the closing
rush.; But the Jong patient wo women's
men's women's Party could still happily
contemplate favorable actioii dur during
ing during ths. Second session nextjyear.
? JUiss AliesVt Paul Tand' heF co coworkers
workers coworkers f were optimistic dispite
the fact that they've been unt and
down thfl same hill unsuccessfully
since the equal rights amendment
was first; introduced in Congress
in 4923.''., g: v.:.'
The "; current bill, bearing the
names of 37 Senate sponsors.
would add the same 23 words to
the Constitution: ;
. "Equality, of rights under the
law shall not be denied or ebria ebria-ged
ged ebria-ged by the United States or any
state on account of sex." i
i While the 14th Amendment gave
Women -voting rights, they claim
this amendment would give them
.The AFL-CIO favors rider. It
contends the amendment as draft drafted
ed drafted would jeopardizes laws now on
the book3 that provide additional
benefits for women. ij r
US Relaxes Export
Curbs On Civilian
Goods For Poland
' WASHINGTON, Aug, 30 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The United States eased export
onrha. mi nu pf ill trade with Po
land today in a' new move to help
the Communist nation oeei up us
shaky, economy. 1
Secretary of Commerce Sinclair
Wulrf whn innnnnrn) fhe antlon.
said it greatly .simplified existing
machinery lor senamg civilian
goods to Poland.
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The decision was in line with
President Eisenhower's pledge last
February to assist Poland or any
other nation which sought "to as
sert its soviereignty against, Rus Russian
sian Russian domination."
s Weeks also noted that it fol
lowed a recently -concluded agree
ment t. under which the United
States, will provide Poland with 95
million dollars worth of credits
and farm surpluses.
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Ster Independent Course c ?.
' Like the new relaxattnn' nf y'.
port controls,, the loan agreement
was designed to, aid Poland steer
a.. somewhat more independent
course ot Russia by bolstering its
The Commerrn npnartmont M
this country sent $2,394,000 worth
or gooas io fotana in the first
three months of this year while it
imported Polish products valued
... .. c uiniucice de department
partment department did not consider applica applications
tions applications to' export goods to Poland un unless
less unless the" items were on a list of
nearnful ennite" ..,kiu -..u
-. vr iiiii uuuiu oe
shipped to any Iron Curtain, na-
V?,? Junae" recently revised
Allied agreement. ;
Weeks said that from now on,
hoWever. such applications, would
be considered on their individual
Use General License,
.He also said thit with relative-
'- 5 i goods except
Cl1ei 0B 016 department's
Ppsitiye list" could be shipped to
means individual licenses will not
be needed for these shipments.
TIia .....4:... i ;
u.Zai'i 1 wn,cn win be
handled on an individual basis, in-
m. v0"15'?, con,mod,ties uch
e0e,fe.n,,nd rtin electronfc
Th "nn.!t;- ..
ro.wrc ui, aim in effect
includes goods which mighTbe us.
M for war purposes and which
Tro? EL ft hid
it, AJ LIAST HK TRIID.
burning bedcover from a neigh"
K Prtment, jmt it in his car
fhwr0ve t0 re h0e where
arrested Earles on a drunken
driving charge. "-unKen
Spreads The Vordf
Pays $30 Fine
CANTERBURY, England W)
The Rev. Frederick Richntond
had a tough day today and he
used rough language to- dewiribe
- He probably will be hearing
from the Archbishop of Cifter-
Richmond's car was stoppel by
a line of children rossinr a
street. A police car pullet up
beside the reverend and he slout slout-ed
ed slout-ed across,-"Run the bloody lot
Bloody is at rough word in
England -so the police lookei at
tiie minister suspiciously. i
Later, they said, he ran into
The police booked him on two
counts of impaired and dangerous
driving. He paid an 11 psund
($30) fine, and. lost his driver's
During the pre-trial examination
Richmond told a police doctor he
didn't like his "bloody" tie. And
when the doctor asked him1 to
stand on one foot In a sobriety
test, he told -the doctor not tf be
so "bloody" silly. .-.. j
He used the word once more
to a crowd of wellwisbers;who
ran to greet him as he left; the
court. j v -f f
- The controversy put him on the
front page of the newspapers and
church authorities immediately ;
prepared a report for- the iSrchf ;
bishop on bis language. 'j 1 ij
But all apparently was loit oa
His comment: J 'J
''What is wrong with -the word? j
The trouble is that nobody knows
what it means except few i
Are coming back to
the first shipment of
this brand of Suits to
reacK here since 1950.
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"r 1 1 i'Z' t --? iil ffl,
. WONT BURN THEIR BRIDGES -These two "Minneapolis,
Kan., men didn't burn their, bridge behind them, but they
might a? well have, for the shape it's in. They have to park
each day on one side of the Solomon. River, walk across the
bridge and take a truck to work. The bridge was bit by an
: auto and knocked askew. The men, .Vines Pieschl Jr, left,
and Don' Charon take it. all in stride.
Sale Of Worships
WA?TIINGTON. Aue. 30 (UP)
President Eisenhower signed a bill
today authorizing the navy to sell
three destroyers and one subma submarine
rine submarine from its reserve fleet to Ven
ezuela. The measure aiso permits
a five-vear extension of the loan
of two ships to the. Dutch govern
KASPKR MOVES WEST
TiT-rr w nnnc: Ark.- (UP)
Roving segregationist John Ras
per pians to arrive nere wniim
two weeks to-spearhead, a drive
against integrated schools. He
oi4 WoHnoorinV. hia 5 a r r i v a 1.
nianned one week alter Little
kock scnoois are i t egra i cu,
would start things rolling to pull
integration "out ot me lire.
TTnwpver. his nresenre aeoar
ently was not looked forward to
hv lnral seprpffatinn leaders. ''We
do not want Mr. Kasper," one
See Classified Page Lower Lefi
LOS ANGELES Teamsters
President Dave Beck, on his run run-in
in run-in with the Senate Rackets Com
"These committees could be the
downfall ot the United States gov
' WASHINGTON Sen. Henry M.
Jackson (D-Wash.), on the Soviet
claim to have tested successfully
an intercontinental ballistic mis missile;
sile; missile; ;
"I don't think we can take this
too lightly but no doubt the Rus
sians are going to use tne an
nniinftomflnf fit nrAnaaatiyln mi
uvuityvjiKin iui aufsssaauuci fUA
poses in light of the situation of
Syria as they seek to blackmail
LONDON Radio Moscow, quot
ing tne boviet news agency Tass
on the intercontinental ballistic
missile test; -"The
results obtained show that
u is possible tp direct rockets to
any par: of the wprld."
NORFOLK. Va. A Coast Guard
spoKesman, on the sinking of the
submarine Tarpon while being
towed unmanned to a junk yard:
- "W think th pal hut. uisnteH
to go to a w'dter grave instead of
ine juiuc yara.".
PES MOINES. Iowa William
Sheppard, of Jacksonville. Fla., in
ksking Pes Moines officials to help
find him a wife:
"The woods are full of them and
all you need to do to start he
ball rolling is simply shake, the
P I T T S B IT R fi H 'Mn P0
Schmiat, n'other of three children,
plane into two homes:
"If we had left the-house a few
seconds earlier we would have
been in the yard when the plane
hit. W wonld have been burned
last week that Dr. Frank Tefch,
dean of-1 h e University of Kea Kea-tiirlrr
tiirlrr Kea-tiirlrr Agriculture. Schoolj and
Ralph TT Gardner, Shelby, N.C,
and Washington attorney, were :
among those being consideicd for
the post.- --.. j
Gardner is a son of the ute for former
mer former Gov. O. Max Gardner of
lSorut- Carolina. -,'
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O "T" Shirts
6 Dress Shirts (pure silk)
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Says Veterans' Chief
MIAMI REAffH nTTMVof...
Administrator Harvey Higley said
today fe prowing number of ex ex-serviceinen
serviceinen ex-serviceinen on the waiting list for
meaicai am is causing tne VA "a
great deal of concern."
Higley, addressing some 15,000
rilaata to tVi KRth snnnal -am
camnment rf. th' Veterna nf Fnr.
eign Wars here, outlined the VA's
Srograra to reduce the waiting
st, which he said now numbers
He said the VA is seeking "fast "faster
er "faster recoveries and more tier man
ent recoveries" in order to speed
up avauaouiiy oi medical atten
tion, and at the same time ii
training Its own technieal nerenn
nel because adequate numbers
cannot lie hred
Higley said that 53 per cent of
va nospuai oeas are occupied by
the mentally ill and that "more
than half of all the government's
research activities in psychiatry
ana psycnoiogy are ceing con conducted
ducted conducted by the VA."
Hs noted the ''dramatic results"
obtained from the use of tranquil tranquil-king
king tranquil-king drugs and said that because
of this "the number of patients
allowed full hosnitaJ nriviie
has quadrupled over th naat
. Tuesday night, around 8,000 of
the veteran ala?rl a inlrfn1
parade through the heart of this
resort town and were applauded
by nearly 40,000 spectators lining
the route, i
There had hepn
the parade of a demonstration
nlanned bv Cuban mmhr nt
revolutionary group opposing the
government of President 'Fuleen-
cio Batista. Police said they
picked up 12 Cubans passing out
handbills but released them with without
out without filing charges.
The handbills, passed out by
members of the revolutionary
26th of July Organization, called
on the veterans to stay out of
Cuba until Batista's regime had
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' FRIDAY AUGUST JO, 1951
Wrlines Gaining On Ocean Going Vessels
iAs Leading Commercial Cargo Carriers
J; LONDON, (BIS) During the
last iew years, aircraft have been
.Vinning business from surface
transport on a steadily increasing
ecale, and many shipping compa companies
nies companies have bought airline interests
vhen they have become too com competitive.
petitive. competitive. ...
rLStrancff.lv it is not "their huge
ocean greyhounds that are losing!
Jlssengers to uie quiev sirmu sirmu-iphere
iphere sirmu-iphere comfort of turbo -prop
fleets. For so much travelling is
Hone nowadays that there still
.1 1- -1 A c
seems room o me
outes for Botn sea ana air ui-
Sine the war, however, air air-rft
rft air-rft have shown that thty en
handle certain classes of cargo
riment economically man snips
5 or railways, even in areas like
!, Europe, whore surface transport
i is extremely highly developed.
British European Airways, for
Instance, operates nearly 100 spe-
fiai rreigni seivitea wcoiv, -"-ying
anything from radio and tel television
evision television sets, gramophone records,
Jnedical eouipment and precious
furs, to heavy machinery and
Cut In Prices
Time saving and simplified pack pack-nf
nf pack-nf air cargoes need no heavy
Mud expensive crating have al allowed
lowed allowed several manufacturers: to
reduce selling prices by ten per
tent New handling methods to
take the fullest advantage of the
new medium are constantly being
(yolved: the other day B.t.A. m m-trfnfpH
trfnfpH m-trfnfpH a revolutionary system
if ; cardboard crates which allow
women's clothing to be shipped in
Jjjgh density loads without any
risk of creasing.
Yet because te whole technique
pi air freighting is in its compar comparative
ative comparative infancy, more than half
!hese cargoes are still carried in
je holds of normally scheduled
passenger aircraft, and much of
the remainder by unspectacular
fcnd seldom publicized fleets of
f Operations under strenuous con conditions
ditions conditions have shown the need for
Today Encanto .25
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fcOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
"ROCK ISLAND TRAIL"
"When Gangland Strikes"
Today IDEAL .20 .70
'Double Jn Cinemascope!
Richard Wldmark In
Robert Arthur in
"Desperadoes .Are In Town"
certain features like simplicity,
case of loading, low-level floors
and an extra-capacious fuselage,
that are. sometimes difficult to in
corporate in a passenger plane.
So a new generation of, specializ
ed carco carriers has begun to
appeir r'-r-g the air routes.
One of the first was the w e 1 1 1-known
known 1-known Freighter built by the Bris
tol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., the
slab-sided "Flying Hippo" that
plods to and fro across the Eng English
lish English Channel with its mixed loads
of cars and tourists, or lifts ten
tons of "air hfief" from a North
Australian farm or puts a com complete
plete complete prefabricated school house
down m a Canadian clearing mai
would have taken week,, to reach
by mule tram.
Landing is not always necessa necessary
ry necessary for unloading. In an emergen
cy sucn as me reuei oi janune a a-reas,
reas, a-reas, supplies are parachuted or
occasionally dropped freely from
a low height and speed. On -one
occasion, bags of. rice being drop dropped
ped dropped like this burst o hittig then
ground and someone tried to catch
them as they fell. Unfortunately
he succeeded, aud had to be re removed
moved removed by air ambulance soon
after his first triumph.
Ugly and purposeful like the
Freighter, another utility transport
now coming into service in 'the
massive four ehgined Blackburn
and General Aircraft, Ltd., Unit,
versal. the civil counterpart of the
For these' sturdy workhouses.
speed nd silence are less impor important
tant important than operating economy. But
in the latest designs a combina
tion of all these qualities will be
made possible by the use of tur
bo-prop engines, and at least one
British firm. Sir W. G. Armstrong
Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., are al
ready building a turbine driven
Two other manufacturers recog
nize that freight revenue forma an
essential part of airline economy
and are developing dual purpose
aircraft. Thus the Bristol urtian
nil 250 it to be fitted with
strengthened floors for off sea
son freighting, while the lower
holds of the double-decder Vickers
Vanguard will be able to take 15,-
000 pounds of cargo so as to car
ry a full payload with less than
one-third of its seats filled. Doing
the sime job as the fast cargo cargo-passengeA
passengeA cargo-passengeA liners that plough the
seas 30,000 ft. below them, these
"super-freighters" will carry their
mixed traffic at more than 400
This aircraft recently showed
how all transport can bo ued
to reduce the cost and time re required
quired required for engineering projects
in remote aroas, whin in just
nine flights it carried 12? tons
of bulky oil drilling equipment
over a mountain range to a site
365 mile out in the desert.
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Large Majority Of V
Dixie While Adulls l
Resist Integration "7
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UP).
A sui-Ver by two sociologists indi
cated today that more than 70 per
cent of the white adults in the
South favor at least some form
of resistance to school integration.
A "random sample'-' of opinion,
on desegregation was taken among
527 "representative" white per persons
sons persons in Tallahassee, Fla., by Lew Lewis
is Lewis M. Killian and John L. Haer
of Florida State University. Their
findings .were reported to the
American Sociological Society
which is meeting here.
After studying responses to a
long questionnaire, Killian and
Haer divided the persons they
polled into four groups "accept "accepters,"
ers," "accepters," "compilers," "delayers" and
They labelled 11 per cent as
"accepters" p e r s o n s who be believed
lieved believed the Supreme Court integra
tion ruimg was a good decision
which should be obeyed. Another
11 per cent were "compliers" wh
did not like the decision but were
ready to bow to it as the law of
By far the largest group per
cent was made up of "delayers"
who favored doing "all we legally
can (to to Keep Megroes from get
ting into white schools.
Seventeen per cent were "mist
ers v who said they aever would
approve of racial mingling in
schools, They Were ready to defy
the law, close the schools, or re remove
move remove their own children from
schools to prevent it. The remain
ing 5 per cent appeared disinter disinterested.
ested. disinterested. The survey indicated that many
of the "delayers" would tend to
line up with the "resisters" if le legal
gal legal maneuvers failed and the
choice was reduced to defiance of
the law or integration.
Killian nd Haer said the "ac "accepters"
cepters" "accepters" tended to be college grad graduates
uates graduates in professional or manager managerial
ial managerial jobs whereas the "resisters"
generally were in the lower ec economic,
onomic, economic, social and educational
There wag no significant differ differ-ences
ences differ-ences in attitude between men and
womea but a marked difference of
opinion in age groups. The "ac "accepters"
cepters" "accepters" were concentrated In the
20-30 bracket and the "resisters"
predominantly in the over-50 age
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ACCIDENT-FREE RECORDS Soldiers of the 764th AAA Battalion, Fort Clayton, receive'
from Lt. Col. M,,F. Moucha, accomplishment certificates as accident-free drivers for the
past'calendar year ending, Aug. ?7. Seen from left to right, front row, Col, Moucha, command commanding
ing commanding officer of the 903d AAA Battalion, Fort CI aytoit; Pf c' Wayne S. HalJt and pudley E.
Morgan, and Sp2 Lawrence J. Roberts. Back, same wder,. Sp3's John F. Anderson, A'thur
W. Funs Glenn B. Hash and Isaac Martin. -ajU i ; (U. S. Army Photo)
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To Those Who Run City's Utilities
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"Earth ts. Flying Saucers"
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Late show 10:30 p.m.
"THE PETTY GIRL"
"BUNDLE OF JOY"
"29.I0 LEAGUES UNDER
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Late show 10:30 P.m.
"THE QUIET GUN"
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Late show 10:30 p.m.
OOLU and THE BRAVE
LA BOCA 7:M
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Late show 10:30 p.m.
POSTMARK FOR DANGER"!
NEW YORK. Aug. 30 (UP)
New York is the biggest, busiest
boom town in the whole U.b.A
but when something goes wrong-
It has more miles of subways.
elevatpr shafts and underground
telephone wire than any other cicy
in the world. ,Jt throws away
more trash and garbage. It bums
more electricity. It has the heavi
est traffic jams. It has the tallest
building and one of the biggest
And it also has the most tower
ing housekeeping problems.
One day of 90-degree tempera temperatures
tures temperatures knocks electricity out in
whole congested city blocks,
brings escalators and elevators to
a halt and results in a dimout
over wide areas.
A small fire on a single rail railway
way railway car keps 60,000 irate com commuters
muters commuters from getting home t. on
time, jama Grand Central Termi Terminal
nal Terminal and overloads telephone cir circuits
cuits circuits with calls to wives to wait
A woman leaves her purs on
a subway seat and ties up rush rush-hour
hour rush-hour express train traffic for 20
minutes, causing jams in subway
Avenue Caves In
Sprays of water used to fight
a fire knock out a major subway
line for days. A .water main
breaks, causing a cave -in that
puts two lanes of the Avenue of
the Americas out of "use for weeks
A mis-aimed pneumatic drill chop
ping up a street slices accidental accidentally
ly accidentally through a telephone cable,
leaving thousands of phones dead
"New York is the hardest city
to keep running," a spokesman
for the Consolidated Edison Co.
said. "No other city is as large
or complex. It has the greates;
concentration of electric power in
The Sanitation Department.
whose 10,000 street cleaners cart
away 4 million, tons of earbasc.
trash and other debris every yean
put it this way:
".Keeping this city going is the
biggest housekeeping job in the
Within the 36-by-l6 mile area of
New York City, occupied around
the clock by 8 million residents
and part-time by other millions
fir- 7 ; V elm
One of the most provocative of casting twitches, Au Audrey
drey Audrey Hepburn, an Academy Award-winner and worldwide
favorite as a dramatic actress, will make her screen bow
as a song -and-danee star. Teamed with the dancing master
of them all, Fred Astaire, elfin Audrey will be seen tn the
title role of "FUNNY FACE" which OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY 4th AT THE CENTRAL. ;
who just work here, there are
6,033 miles of streets. Under them
are ,44a miles of water mams,
auu miiesoi u miles !Of ,ers,
5,006 miles of sewers, 200 miles
of subways, 13 million 'miles of
telephone wire, thousands? of miles
of gas and team' pipes ; and 83,
000 miles of electric cable. '..
Millions Of Commuters
Above ground, the 550 miles of
dus Jines cary more than a mil
lion persons every dav. At total
oi a,uw cars, trucks and buses
ciog tne strets. More than 10
minion pasengers use the city's
airports every year and more than
125 million travel to and from the
city via bridges and tunnels..
All Of these Statistira ariri nn in
the reason one small incident can
cause a crisis and a series Of
smau incidents can result in a
Take last June 17. far intn.
The mercury hit 93 degrees,, mak making
ing making ft the.Jiottest June n. on rec record,
ord, record, ;
A SCOre "of "littV haaW."
developed into, the big;ooe:'
Air conditioners and fan fnim.
med 'away, and nfrivrth,.
worked overtime, draining power
from other outlets. A circuit broke
here, a wire burned out there
Parts of the city were thrust into
a brownout. The telephone com-
was iurcea 10 use its own
emergency electricity equipment
iu jioep goiug.
Asphalt streets burklid A Hr.u,
Dnage expanded while open, fore
mg train delays. Hydrant use was
.sL-aiaiors na elevators were
turned off to conserve power in
Rockefeller center and other
Manhattan towers. More than 30
w Brooklyn homes were without
any eiecincuy at all for a time
It took thousands of milntn
ance workers hours to get things
Ihere is nothing quite like
New York Citv in th whni
world," said Hulan E. Jack, who
as purouKn .president Of Manhat
tan has to see that things keep
humming in the busiest of the
cay s live sections.
4 I V, I
mwnere eise can compare
wim iiew iorK nvy in uie proo proo-lems
lems proo-lems that confront us."
Does the city, really ,"work?"
"Of course it eally Iworks,"
Jack said. "To live, it has lu
BARBARA JANE SPEARS, ( daughter of Sf c, and Mrs.1 Roy O,
Spears -of the U.S. Army. Garrison,' Ft. Amador,' holds TonCoi t
hem playmates "froggy"-the frog as her pet bird t'ohirp! lofllg
.on Barbara Jane who lives with her family at Ft. 'Kobba (
caught the big frogr wh!le playing in her yard. Many !of -thft;
motorist. while driving past the Spears home have had to IctoJc ;
twice as little Barbara Jane carried the frog around. j
, (VS. Army Photo by- Sp3 BJIf -Muench) j
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MRS 'ETHLIND RAINEY, "tight? Fort Clayton Service crub3E''
lector, receives a pepartment ol the' Army,. ccrtllicatet;.j)ijs
.compiishment from Col',' Joseph R. Walton, commandlhg Mum
er.Fort Clayton, in a recent ceremoriy at Clayton. MrsL RUf
mey accetted the certificate; signed bv Secreta.ra'of"theAfJ
- Also: .
RAGE AT DAWN
Gold Prize I5M.M
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B At B OA
STARTS TOMORROW! '
is On the Screen
20m Century-Pea i
Tiill Success Spo
Kobbe Service dub
Big Posfer Conies!
The big poster contest Spon Sponsored
sored Sponsored by the Fort Kobbe. Service
Club comes to a climax .this
Week, with the deadline for en entries
tries entries tomorrow moraine, and' the
jnaging set for the evening.
I Mrs. Lucille Kldbrrrv Rir4rs
Club directress, has announced
the top two awards for the con contest.
test. contest. First prize will be a cah
i award of $5 and second prize an
unusual silver belt buckle.
j Styling, general lay-out, pro-
I fesslonal approach to design
and coloring are among the
.points to be considered in the
final Judging. t
i Among the. early entries have
been two striking ones aubmlt-
, ted by Sd-3 Larry Frigate of the,
Armv Education Center, well
iknown on the post-of Fort Kob-
, be lor his mural work. The three
categories open to entrants ere
'Bingo Night, cocoa Call and
' Batea Painting.
J Purpose of the contest la to
Improve the type of posters be be-in
in be-in gw used, with the end result
of drawing more Interest in all
j phases of Service Club activi
Wilber M. Brucker, in'behalf of the service club staff, ba CGI,
iiicate' commended the Staff jtor "superior service:. club pr
Jrams,, developed through the consistent use of .the;Enl&t3
len's Advisory council and maximum.' Uaisont, with multafjr'
Communities as evidenced in the entries Judged in the Swt
of the Operation. Service Club contest."- i Along with the 13A
certifirate Mrs. Rainey received a certlficate of accompliahl
ment'from MaJ. Gen. Thomas" L. Harrold,. commanding gen general.
eral. general. u.S. Army Caribbean, and letter of commendation 3roi4
both Harrold and Col. Walton. (U.S, Army Phflto
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: "OOT TROUBLE More, than two leet of, trouble ipr the? -;
-Army is what the tape measure shows. Pfc, John Ano,4i of A
rreBton, NJ, ia bavtaf trouble being fitted b the Army. In ". :5
Jact, after, a year of service ho still hasn't beta fitted with'tht
(i AAA brogans or the 1TH socks he wears. Ada i pictured i.
t Lettermsn Army Hospital la San Francisco, where the Armri r 'Z
trying te solve his problems., Until they do, hell be the envr1--
V all GI's with his sandals and argyle socks. T"-; rJ
n'. 1 ' L ,' i
rNIONTOWN. Pa. (CPV-Alva
CoffmaK was brtten by dog i
ywa on canada mm
1 -"Wmh 'Rail ivHrirtiif CinhrvrfB
; lliyll VBll lllllaVUI VtailUWU Ml '
ij Foui-Bair ; ; : ;li
fRIDAT, AUGUST SO, 157
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Social and, KJltierwiiey
Diane SeheidoM ind Heuseeuest el Drapkin, wile of Dr- Drap-
KStlim tO $ttS ,UlUfM. Ui. HH UUU AWUf
.'f .ri-iA-wnnnii fnllnwinff UUW 1U rUHlUM .jlIlVl
ilr c.,.V.ft.rnoon followina Uuw iu r4"nu aui- tae luaukiua
; mth". wiit in Gttua with her uu- oi tue utw iu - '.
I lift La Mri. Charles V. id uucdnm u .ig held to.
pYrentsT Wand Mrs. Ch.rlrt V
day at iu uuuii uw k u.iij.
lila xOuutoMii. W1U ..u
w n thiroVear cf
j..r.. -TVnlnfl at Mountainside -"w"i -.u uo 4iiou. .n,
n.,t.fin; Montclair. New Jer-.wv u,,.,
- V; i. fM ,; '"U,.., .W ItsAiuUel- A- 1'inlMil. !... t kin.
Mi.. K.n'pv Sill, who h a class- uuu, wuiu ueuuen, a t u a
m. f mm- Mueiaegg, returned aum iuaimou iuumeu, xwuuu
t. in. ai after a twee weers uiuuu miu vno mwuu.
Visit witn Jttist eciieiaegg uu u
" a" no-hostess luncheon for Mrs. Is
I Jr. Viiiiiam hor
juir. Draakln Peted .; I Ul ue, professor oi
At tit jUmii Lumiini ; v ue nwvwsiiy u .micuijiau, uu
i-Wivas ot oificerS of the newly mMuuuii uu w,iiiw
lormea B nai nrHh Xrving "iap -u i-uuei ouuQuun, weu
thapterntt several other women 4 eiiiuu.vi m-u uwu, ,.
active in. Die community are giving ouva-fcuaj!uui utivw in utu
aw us been ueiecated as the of
ilCil it JieeniiuVv Oi Ul Uiau
uUUe tw x4ai lull 1U veiu"B
taiiOu ui uiti ueW uuKt jiiui
imuer has also fulfilled, ma-
fly U.ft. fcOVeiuUleut j)Ubinou as
consultant io iud aucihi isecuriiy
iJoaru,- War toaupower Lommu Lommu-sion.
sion. Lommu-sion. Wage and House Administra
tion and acted al advisor on Jew-
Fired Post Office
Worker On Rampage
CHICAGO, Aug. 30 (UP)-A dis
P"5e ff, !kk: "U'hS ish Affairs to' Commander in
pockets, went, berserk today and
Jimes L. Funton Jr.
Returns To Alabama
James L. f uton Jr. is leaving
Sept, 12 to resume his studies in
Veterinary science at Alabama
Polytechnic, Institute in Auburn,
Aia. ri'-v ::,.-
fired utveral wild 8h0tS in We
busy U.S, courthouse.
Tha nnmin. James B. Jennings
32, a Negro, was captured before
anyone was nun. e wi nem im
arraignment on a charge .of firing
a deadly weapon in a government
Witnesses .said Jennings, ,wno ir m fs 1
had been- wandering about ine TVR JBBJ JIBei
VmilrtWi. bceavn firing his pistol I VVi
from a second floor .baicony over-Spm 1!L -looking
the crowded lobby. Aftor rAncn rgrU VI Ih
firing twice a i puimu 'iuu - --r: w
George Tetick,, Jennings aucKea rrlJI.-r
into a washroom under a volley ofllll'n AHinM lAK
ihnti from Cant. Dominick ion-
etti of the guard force. WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UP)
TUiioIr allrt I .nnaTTl TnilOWEQ IIIC I C.a TT... If.f aiivai 111(1 TlrtlV
gunman to the washroom door and thj (j v g.. steej corp. raised its
wer about to enter wiien. ne ueu prices with tne -aimosi certain
thrmtoh th rtnor. Police reenforce- tnnwUrfira thit ita "ao-called com
ments anved, ana l-eonem p- petitbrs would ao uxewise.
ed with Jenmnss to surrnaer. The. Tennessee Democrat com
f Finally. Leonetti entered the blained. in a prepared Senate
washroom and. grabbed the gun-1 speech that concentration of con-
Aian who naa tossea away troi m tne ateei inaustrr is in-
loaded pistol. ; creasing.
:; ,- -.; : r Be is chairman or tne aenaie
TT.S. Marshal W.W. Kipp seized Monooolr subcommittee which has
the i home-made "bombs- found;' on been studying the recent $8 a: ton
Jennings and dunked them in steel 'I price increase for-'Several
water.-All had fuses ..and were weeks., He said "the whole matter
wrapped with black' friction.; Jape, of coats and prices requires fur-
i vahimi amnnan i .Brniinn .. jsii i t-wavw -tntrAatiararinn
i JaTUUtlM va. aipi ... l duel htcduuvui
nings'. neck was an improvised Kef auver accused- Ur Steel- of
htillet-Droof vest, made of a heavy refuaini to ive the subcommittee
black jdrip pans faced with corru- a breakdown ot;iti tost f figures
gatedt board and. backed vby : a despite' a promise that the figures
wooden, board screwed piace. ; of no single tteei, firm ,wpuia be
-Jvnmnffi iiaa carriea two Amer-idiiiinii .
lean flags, one folded in a pocket He sski, It was obvious there
1. and the other wrappea arouna tne was a "substanual gap" between
grip oi m jjiiui nun." uuio line company a v U1J piilc lucicaae
?idecal1,i advocating the "return to and the amount lywhich its wage
cosia increaaea. xnc gap ranges
from S2.75 to S3.5R Per ton. he said
A letter in Jennings' pocicet said Kefauver said tne record shows
he had been fired from the Post that U.S. Steel and at least one
Of fice Transportation Department other major steel producer quoted
without a hearing. It said that it prices to a government purchasing
was "indecent in tne sigm oi agency wmcn were -precisely
man" the way he had been, ais- identical."
missed.: U. S. Steel Board Chairman Rog
U.S. Attorney Kooerc iiexen aa er jsiougn saia aunng tne near-
Kipp later said they both had re- ings that "a price that matches
ceived letters yesterday from Jen-1 another price la a competitive
nings identical to the one found onlprice....in the steel industry we
his person. know it is so."
Rules For -Rarticibation
I n 1 P rbj ecti Payclirt' Ah nounc e d
chief of U.S. Forcesi n Austria.
' Opportunities for enlisted milita
ry personnel of U.S. Army Carib
bean and u. s. Army f orces An
tilles to win prizes through narti
cipation in "Project Paydirt" were
announced yesterday by the Comp
troller, Headquarters u. s. Army
. Two contests are being held to
encourage enlisted personnel to
submit -suggestions for improving
the efficiency and effectiveness of
the' Army. ..; vs- V
This competition for enlisted mil military
itary military participation in "Project Pay-
dirt," the Department of the Army
six-month program to raise i t h e
rate of suggestions, does not alter
the program of awards already
in effect for civilian personnel of
ine commano." ' ,;
Suggestions from enlisted men re received
ceived received between June 21 and Sept.
30 are considered eligible to com
pete for prizes in the first con
A second contest will beein In
U.S. Army Forces Antilles simul
taneously with this command.
cxhe first five winners -will at
considered first prize winners and
the remaining seven winners will
be, considered second prize winners
in each command.
The first prise U. S. Army Ca
ribbaan winners will receive a
five-day, all expense paid trip
te Puerto Rice. They will tra.
vel as cabin class pasMncor a
board an MSTS vessel and be
lodged at Pert Buchapnan, ";
The itinerary includes a v 1 s 1 1
with Brig Gen. James W. Coutts,
commanding eenersl. U.S." Army
Forces Antilles and Military Dis District
trict District of PUerto Rico, tours to El
Morro fortress, Casa filanca and
the San Juan area to include, La
Fortaleza. and the' Hotel Caribe-i
Hilton, a visit ot El Yunque rain
forest and Luquillo. Beach, a one
day trip by air to the Virgin Is
lands and a day of shopping in
Winners of second prize in the
Canal Zone will be rewarded with
a one-day fishing trip aboard the
Q-56 with the five first place win winners
ners winners from U.S. Army Forces An Antilles.
tilles. Antilles. The -five first nlace winners from
the Antilles area will receive a
five-day; all expense paid trip to
ranama and tne canal zone. They
will travel both ways as cabin
class passengers on an MSTS ves vessel
sel vessel and stay at Fort Amador.
Their itinerary includes a visit
with Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Har
rold, commanding general. U. S.
Army Caribbean, tours of Old Pa
nam a. Panama City and Pacific
aide installations," a TV interview
at tne Caribbean forces network.
tours of the Atlantic side including
tne jungle warfare Training Cen Center
ter Center at Fort Sherman; USARCARIB
School at Fort GuHck and the old
wjkiu iwi 011 juicuu, a nan
ing trip aboard the 0-58 and a one
day shopping trip to Panama Ci-
The Antilles area's second prize
winners will win a one day air
trip to the Virgin Islands with the
first place: U.S. Army Caribbean
All enlisted personnel assigned
and stationed either in the Canal
zone or Puerto Rico are eligible
Te enter the contest service servicemen
men servicemen must submit in writing
their ideas In the Iferm ef sug suggestions
gestions suggestions en hew to improve oper operations
ations operations in: tangible : monetary
savings. Intangible monstary sav
ings, morale, military training,
afety, military security or com community
munity community relations. The U.S. Army
Caribbean Incentive Awards
Committee and the U.S. Army
Forces Antilles Incentive A
wards Committee, Which will do
the fudging, will acopt adopted
suggestions on any subject, but
pivference in distributing the
prises will be based on the
bove topics.;,;-::.; s.
Suggestions may be submitted in
English Or SDanish. written in ink
or typed, on plain letter paper or
on a suggestion DianK. da Form
1045.'' .r: v '
Suggestions may be dropped in
any suggestion box or they may
be forwarded through message
center, mailed througn the postal
system, or handcarried to these
addresses;. For Canal Zone: send
to Secretary, Incentive Awards
Committee, Office of the Cbmp Cbmp-troUer,
troUer, Cbmp-troUer, Hq. USARCARIB, Fort A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, C.Z. ;
The suggestions- must be dated
not later than the last day of each
contest and received by the above
addressees not later than the
fourth day thereafter to be enter
ed In the contests.
The 15 most outstanding adopted
suggestions in each command will
be selected by the respective com
mittees. Each suggestion will be
given a numerical ratine i r o m
one to 15 denoting its r era t i v e
standing and suggestions rated
13th, 14th and 15th ill be norai norai-nated
nated norai-nated as alternate winning sugges suggestions
tions suggestions for the following situations:
Firsti In case two or more win winning
ning winning suggestions are submitted hy
one person; second, in case a win winning
ning winning suggester, lor some reason,
is unable or not, desirous of col collecting
lecting collecting the prize, and third, in
case a winning suggester rotates
from the command prior ta the
dajtes in which, the prizes are to
' HUNT TRAIN BANDITS
INGERSOLL. Ont. (UP) Po
lice early today released one sus suspect
pect suspect held for questioning in the
$5,000 robery of the mail car of
a Canadian passenger train, oth
er arrests were expected as po
lice sought the three masked gun
men who pulled the daring hold
up yesterday. Ihe tnree gun gunmen,
men, gunmen, brandishig p i S t o 1 s and
working in Jesse James-style, en entered
tered entered the mail car after the train
had left Woodstock en route from
Toronto to Windsor: i
Jv '.,!. K'r.-.i
xA?t,wfc stJ f i ,--i(SaSasfi
if i!vt v I
Are coming back to
th Isthmus : 7-iH
th first shipment of
this brand of Suits to""
. L .JlMff
risen nsri since lyoy.
To a football game and on to dinner afterward in this jacket
and skirt of orlon-and-wool jersey. Jacket is cut In the easy
Chanel manner: skirt has vleats'in to star. Br aaile
Lp.UGAS, NE A Women's Editor.
Creme Brulee U De luxe
Peach Dessert For Sunday
Rv GAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Food and Markets Editor
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:S 'i t t 'K- -, 9
FIOM THE FIRST YEAH throu,h School ago. aH ohHa-roM
nooe the vitamin, mmtral n arotom of a goee milk.
10 DEVEIO STUONfi lONES. ""hy to. and enjo, gooo gooo-hoalth,
hoalth, gooo-hoalth, ovory hilO ahoulO 4rmk one euart ef milk dally. (Atfults
Mrt). - .. .-.
IDEAL EYAMXATED MIUC- a narantood NCSTLC ereduet.
servos inuct those oroeioue element ef hoaHhv It is elaborated
wtth the bH eew'e milk. .": ''
IEGIUSE OF ITS ECONOMY tetAL f VAPORAttB Miu
. the problem ot milk in your heme.
CIYE Y0U1 FAMIIY one- vakiekie mitrWeii o
IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK which fa available t any preeory
store or pharmacy in t no' 1f oa.
YOtf Will IE unsnB) r
' V ''V. NeeHe'o Iveaoratei MMh
, HEALTHLY PUREand SAFE'
Let's have a de luxe peach des
sert for Sunday creme brulee
with fresh peaches. Despite its
French name and French delica delicacy,
cy, delicacy, the recipe comes from cook
ing experts of tne united states
Creme Brulee with Peachws
One cup milki 1 cup light cream,
Z eggs, slightly beaten, 1-4 cup
granu'atfed sugar, 1-8 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla, 3-4 cup brown
suga,r, 12 peach halves,
Heat the milk and cream in top
of a double boiler to scalding.
Combine eggs, sugar and salt and
gradually .stir into the hot mix mixture.,
ture., mixture., Cook in double boiler until
spoon coats, stirring constantly.
Add vanilla and cool. Pour into a
shallow baking dish.. When cust custard
ard custard Is thick and Set. place haking
dish in; a larger; pan and surround
witn ice. sprinkle .with brown su sugar
gar sugar to over,. Broil; Juttil. sugar is
bubbly and -. melted. Keep cold
until serving time., Serve iover
cornea peach halves. ..
. For Stinrfav rfinnpr 1A trv
thfs" sunple but pleasant recipe
One large head lettuce, 2 toma
toes, 2 hard-cooked eggs, Vi large
onion, salt and pepper to taste.
cut or break lettuce into small
pieces. Arrange in bottom of a
large serving bowl. Cut tomatoes
mto smau r wedges, riaee in .. ,; a
ring" around edge of bowl, reserv
CRIES IN HIS BEER
PASSAIC. N.J. (UP) Walter
Deveik3, 36, of Clifton, N.J., ad-
milted' r Withdrawing $2,800 from
another man s savings account, po
lice said,' but claimed he bad not
spent .,the money, foolishly. "I
Knii rfttf ea Inf r Koae vxilisii Miirxt-
ed Devcikas as saying, "and I'll
anna oeer uniu x cue.
ln enoueh for a smaller ring in
center of bowl. Peel and slice
eggs. Arrange egg slices in-center
ring of tomatoes. Slice onion and
separate tjices into rings. Scatter
onion rings over top of salad.
Sprinkle with salt and pepper, then
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gcards for 10 minutes before he
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Kathleen Kane at his araignment
Nassau County jail officials said
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Hot Yankees In; Go-Go
,1'', v V
CI avion Cavaliers, Marlboro
Champ New Yorkers Early
8-5 Favorites To Defeat
Braves In World Series
(Based on 325 official at bat)
To Tangle Tomorrow In
, Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT'
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G AB R H Pet
NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (UP) The go-go White
Sox are almost gone and the all-conquering New
York Yankees now are 8-5 favorites to beat the Na National
tional National League leading Milwaukee Braves in the
With the Yankees a whopping
nna.vinif carries ahead
of, the faltering White Sox and
nniv 20 names left to play,
nov? apVVs fairiy certain thatthird inning and I M
Casey Stengel wi "Q,
Bronx Bombers to their eighth
pennant in nine years.
" 0-tv feel that only the official
ZuM-ntr is necessarv to close
the junior circuit race.
Excellent pitching by
B, HERBERT MOISC
The Panama League b a n d led
down the decision that GaUito s
potest was void .utomatrc. y
making the Colon Red and White
MarlWo Cigarette basketball team
champions for the 1957 eason
GalHto's coach Ray Kam pro protested
tested protested a final series game against
Balboa and thus kept hi. mathe-
matiqil chances auve,. vv-
outcome of the decision of the
I protest. If the board had ruled in
, Gallito's favor and- they cont nued
playing the baU they have played
the last half of the series, then
m finih tied witn we
Champs Lose Twe After
In the duuble feature presented
by the league on weauesunj,
Marlboro team suffered its second
defeat. This was their second loss
in succession after clinching the
1957 title. Several close to the team
are of the opinion that the boys,
already champs, got lax and drop dropped
ped dropped two lopsided games.
In their last Twesentation, the
.Cokmites dropped an 85-64 game
to a teaffl that had notfcheate
' them in four seasons and 18 games.
This team, Panam Cigarettes,
will have to battle GaUito on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for the runnerup spot. This
if an extra game and will be play played
ed played as the last contest of a triple triple-header.
header. triple-header. The other two games are
final-series games of the junior
In the nightcap of the Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday twinbill. Gallito once and for
all put the chiller on the aspira aspirations
tions aspirations of the defending Cerveia Bal Balboa
boa Balboa champs. This defeat at the
hands of Gallito dropped the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men to last position.
Plvo Veteran Players Honored"
Five veteran players still active
were honored by the large crowd
present at this twin-bill. The five
players, all key players in sever several
al several international series wero Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Tom, Alfonso Frazer, Julio
Arosenifena, Ricardo Santos and,
in absentia, Clyde Cumberbatch.
These players received gifts
from the league and prolonged, o o-vations
vations o-vations from the crowd at their
names were mentioned. Of all -the
ovation?, the amiable and taciturn
Fernnndo "Nando" Tom, received
the loneest and loudest. There is
also a move on foot to have the
Physical Education branch donate
to Nando a gold medal, a symbol
, of outstanding athletic achieve-
Stents. It is our opinion that Tom
deserves this, the highest honor
that any Panamanian athlete can
yoUr: future fishing
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Aeroos EI Panama Bote!
Tom Sturdivant and reliever
Whitey Ford, who got credit for
the victory, plus single home
i TIV r,, In Vi
Chicaeo. Loser Dick Donovan
dropped a heartbreaker.
mis was wie cruuim acucs iur
the Sox in which they had to
win 'em all to draw almost even
.14.1. Va -n IrnAH Mn1 trACrOP-
Willi LUC x nuncco aim jxovm.
flay s game was a musi- w
keep the pennant race Interest-
ing bt Casey Stengel's defend-
ing world champions swept all
three games and that means:
If the Yankees keep winning
at the present .646 pace, they'll
finish with 99 wins and the
White Sox would nave 10 win
of 28 to tie. 1
If the Yankees only win 14 of
their remaining 27 games, the Sox
would have to win 21 of 28 a
scorching .750 pace.
That's why tho odds mkers
ay today thoy will now accept
only bts against tho Yankees,
not on thorn. They'll give you
1-1 odd jf you still like tho White
MX. I no same go! ror jnm
Braves vs. everyone else in tho
The hard-bitten "money" play players
ers players took the big game for the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, just as they have so many
timel ln the. past. The first Yan:
kee run was a left-field home run
in the third inning by ex marine
hero Hank Bauer. Earl Torgeson's
sacrifice fly in the same frame
drove in a Sox run that tied the
score but, at last, Slaughter's drive
into the right field seats in the 11th
was the winner.
Tom Sturdivant pitched the first
six innings for the Yankees, but
Whitey Ford got the win with
five brilliant relief innings in which
he allowed just one hit. Dick Don
ovan pitched all the way for the
Sox to lose a tougn one, giving up
eight Juta.,, T,--j.-
ine &ox munea uieir dik cnance
to win in the last half of tne
10th inning. With one out, Ford
walked Sherman LoUar and Walt
V11C VUt, Jl V A U
Dropo was safe when Tony Kubek
hobbled his grounder. But Ford re
tired both Bubba Phillips asd Don Donovan
ovan Donovan on grounders to end the
From here out, the schedule fa
vors the Yankees, too. They play
18 of their remaining games at
home, only nine on the road. The
White Sox play only eight at home
and 20 on the road.
In the only 'other maior-Uaguo
gamoi yostordey, tho Cleveland
Indians dammed four homo runs
to trounce tho Baltimore Orioles,
134, and Tom Brewer of tho
Boston Rod Sox gain.d his 15th
victory of the year, 4-1, over tho
Jim Hegan, Rocky Colavito, Al
Smith, and Vic Wertz hit homers
for the Indians, who started with
six runs in the first inning and
three in the second to gain re
venge for their thumping by the
Orioles a day earner. Mike oarcia
scattered nine hits in breezing to
bis eighth win.
Brewer allowed the Tigers only
six hits. Frank Malzone drove in
three of the Sox runs and Ted Wil
liams drew four walks. Williams
grounded out in his other at bat
and dropped one point of his bat
ting lead over Mickey Mantle of
th Yankees. Williams was at .379
and Mantle at .373
after two hits
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121 468 75 159 .340
128 487 96 163 .335
122 450 97 162 .324
98 394 48 127 .822
122 498 81 159 .319
94 358 43 113 .316
Schoenrjienst M 122 528 72 166 .314
Moryii. Chi. 119 454 65 138 .304
Thomas, Pitt. 123 486 61 147 .302
123 477 74 144 .302
Williams, Bos. 118 393 87 149 .379
127 429 113 160 .373
111 347 61 117 .337
94 161 .322
61 128 .311
52 127 .307
82 140 .303
79 138 .303
54 111 .300
McDougalfJ my 118 456
Do Chicg0 104 370
Kubek N.Y. 99 325
42 97 .299
, Banks Cubs
Minoso, White Sox
Jensen, Red Sox
Schmidt. CVrds 10 1
Donovm, White -SOx 15 4
Shantz, Yanks 10 3
Sanford, Phils 16 5
Grim, Yanks 11 4
RODMAN ITSEY BITSEY
Toiams W L
Lacona 5 3
N. A. D. 5 3
Cocoli Navy 3 5
West Bank 3 5
New leagues are popping all ov over,
er, over, the Zone, and the latest is the
Itsey-Bitsey League- over in Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. Each team has two husband-
ifeicombinaViong plus 1 eolo. TMfJ
week was the second workout and
while no records will be broken
I ... .
Jne San w"' nave a ciose Dauie
N. A. D. 4 Cocoli Navy
Although N. A. D. was getting
18 pins handicap per game they
did not need them to win four
points from Cocoli Navy, because
they had about two hundred ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. For the winning NADs
the. two mates Troy Deason and
Glenn Caley were tops with 415
and 417. For the wives, Lena Caley
posted a 408. For the Cocoli's who
were shut out, Don Willis was
tops on the totem pole with a 420,
and hs bitter half Juanita, took
the honors for the ladies with 372.
Lacona 4 Wast Bank 0
Lacona was also spotted handi handicap
cap handicap pins per game, but they dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate that they could do it on
their own when they, like N.A.D.,
swept their three-game series and
earned themselves a four point
credit. For the winning Lacona's
it was the Moulton family that
dominated the scene with the weak
er sex member of the duo proving
to be stronger when Thea Moulton
scored a scratch 486 and her hub hubby,
by, hubby, Ken, scored only 471. For the
defeated West Bankers, D 0 r s e y
Tyndnll was way off and settled
for 431 the best for his team. Carm
Baker captured the honors in the
ladies section of the losing quintet.
Haney Takes Blame
For Braves' 12-6
Whipping By Giants
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (UP) Manager
Fred Haney of the Milwaukee
Braves beat his second guessers
to the punch by taking the blame
for Wednesday's 12-6 debacle with
the New York Giants.
Musial, St. L
Haney sa.a "I had a tiger by the!any. Pssure Pssure-tail
tail Pssure-tail and rruldn't let go." hieslmg was ill most of last sea-
Hancy s rftigef" was a decision son with a kidney condition and
to pinch-It for pitcher Gene Con-spent a' week in a Minneapolis
ley leading off the fourth inning, hospital while his team prepared
and have Bob Trowbridge pitchjfor a game on the West Coast,
the remainder of the game. Ha- Rooney said Kiesling would be
ney made up his mind after the retained with the Steelers "at his
Giants went ahead, 4-2, in the present salary" in. an advisory po po-bottom
bottom po-bottom of the third inning and had sition. "That's what Parker want want-two
two want-two out with the bottom of the ed."
batting order coming up. ; The Stefler president refused o
The-flaw in the strategy was'djscuss what salary Parker would
that Conley never did get the get. But other sources inslcated
third out. Whitey Lockmin was tne pay would be substantially the
purposely walked, Valmy Thomas Mme y,e $30,000 a year Parker
hit a thief -run douh'e and Curt received from Detroit.
gled to nitke it a six-run inning!
ml thn Dm Mneller i n c I Hi
nome iwo more wnen irowonoge;
finally made his appearance.
It was a classic managerial
dilemma and Haney lound a sym
uiirmma au nuc iuuiiu a iym-
Pathetic ear in Giant manager B.11
"I hmvm hilt fh im thin tin.
pen to mc." Rigney said. "He'd
made up hit mind to pinch hit for
the pitcher, he didn't want Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge to pitch to only one barter;
and he kepi figuring Conley had
to get so nr body out."
Despite Wednesday's messy per-
whv the Braves won t breeiei Rooney said Parker will be the
in.' I fact, he ventured an opin- hosa wbe he takes Over,
ion that the Braves will do quite! "He'll run tho team. HeU make
well against. the Yankees is the any changes that fee thinks have to
World Series. jbe Bade.
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GETTING READY President Elsenhower is sitting on the
floor of an auto in order to- change into golfing shoes for a
round of golf at the country club in Gettysburg, Pa. H( waa
spending the week-end on his farm.
New Hope For
NEW, YORK, Aug.'' 30 (UP)
Wilson Parsons and Jonnny james,
pressed into the starting rotation
by manager Eddie Lopat, are giv giving
ing giving the Richmond Virginians new
League playoff st
Parsons, acquired from Denver
last month, set back Havana on
sic hits to win the day portion of
a doubleheader, 14-1. In the night
game, James defeated the Sugar
Kings; 1-0, aanougn ne neeaea neip
Sign Buldy Parker
To 5-Year Contract
By SELWYN FEINSTEIN
PITTSBURH (UP) The Pitts
burgh Steelers signed Buddy Par
ker last Tuesday 10 a live yem
contract as head coach to replace
ailing pilot Walt Kiesling.
PsTcer came to terms with
Steeler President Art Rooney just
two weeCs after he startled the
sports world by announcing at a
fan banquet that he was quitting
his $30,000 post as coach of the
"Walt asked to be relieved so
I talked with Parker," Rooney
told the United Pres here in a
telephone conversation from his
Atlantic City, N.J., noiei room.
"He was our only choice. He was
No "Pressure" Involved
Rooney said the decision for
Kiesling to step down after four
years at the helm was "complete "completely
ly "completely his own he was never under
Hs Winning RaceW
parker brines to the Steelers a
tradition of winning champion
ships, something the baples Pitts-
Knh'trv hit rrt to attain hi
1 In his six yean with Detroit,
Parker- led the Lions to Wester"
Division titles three times and the
NFL title twice, Hts record with
the Lions was 5 Victories, 24
: IntKAfl a nA 2 tis C'
Playoffs In IL
from Martyutyna Parson isi JB',','
now 2-0 with the Vees, while JRJJ-La HON0RED
James, a relief specialist for the! BROOKLYN (UP) Carl Furillo,
last three years, is 7-4. vet.erari Brooklyn Dodger outfield-
The twin win left Richmond five- er. still was sorting mpre than 90
and-a-half games behind league- g1" from admirers. His booty
leading Bcffalo, which was idle. from "Car! Furillo Night" includ-
In the first game of a. dou- ed a Cadillac automobile, a' Shet Shet-bleheader,
bleheader, Shet-bleheader, George O'Donnell out- 'and- pony for his sons and free
pitched Satchel Paige as Colum-
bus defeated Miami, 3-0. All the
Jet runs came on homers by Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Mejias and R. C. Stevens.
Miami came back to win the night nightcap,
cap, nightcap, 2-1, on Gary Blaylock's ninth
No other teams were scheduled.
The standings and linescores:
(First Game 7 Innings)
Columbus 100-000-2 '351
O'Donnell and Kravitz; Paige
and McCullough. HRsSMejias, Ste Stevens.
vens. Stevens. (Second Game)
Columbus O0O-O01-O00 170
Miami 000-100-001 -70
Hall and Co bos;
vin (8) and Bucha.
Richmond 14, Havana
Richmond 000-000-100 181
Havana 000-000-000 020
James, Kutyna (8) and Witling
ton; Hatten, Pena (7) and Garcia.
WP-James. LP Hatten.
Only games scheduled.
By BEANS REARDQN -Writlon
for NEA Sorvico
QUESTION: What ia tho .'exact
definition of tho strike son and t
ew ooe. u take in a bitter woe
crouches? Don Jaeger,
Answer: It is tho space fvor
any part of tho otato hotwoee
tho harrer's armpits end tho to
of kis noo wtira ho assumos
his natural -stance which moms
osocHt wkat lr Mys. H a
crovch is rho -siatvral oteacav
tbon Hm umpire works from
Q. With a runner on eeconi,
the catcher misses a pitch. It
kicks off the umpire's foot and by
the tine the catcher feta to tt,
the runner is home. But wss It a
dead ball when hit the umpire?
Georio See man.
A. Ms, the hell ie hi sJay.
L Pet. GB
. The off-agaln on-again re return'
turn' return' clash between the PAAF
Basketball League champion
Fort Clayton Cavaliers and
the Panama Basketball League
champion- Marlboro quintets W
scheduled to finally take place
tomorrow night at t at the
Abel Bravo Gym.
The game, which it being
sponsored by the Mocambo
Club of Colon, will be a bene benefit
fit benefit contest with all proceeds to
be donated to the Amador
Guerrero Hospital'! 'polio
Fund. v , ;
, In a previous meeting', the
Cavaliers x whipped Marlboro
In a. thriller. Both teams are
e x p e cted to bV; at .' peak
'strength and will even be "re "reinforced"
inforced" "reinforced" by several of the top
players In : their respective
-leagues. '.,' ;,
'A preliminary game,' proba probably
bly probably between the teams of the
Abel Bravo College and the La
Salle College,, will get under underway
way underway at 7 p.m. and prepare the
fans for the grand finale.
Colon Governor Jose Maria
Gonzalez will donate a trophy
to the winning, team.
Admission prices will bo 25
Cents for adults and 15 cents
RANGERS ADD TWO
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York Rangers hockey club count counted
ed counted four players in the fold today
with the receipt of signed con contracts
tracts contracts frOm forwards Dean Pren
tice and Larry Popein. Others
who already had siened were
wing' Andy Hebenton and defense-
man Lou Fontinato.
university of Dayton, 'traditional
ly a national basketball power,
looked forward today to a regu regular
lar regular schedule of 23 eames nlns
joiners in tne New York Holiday
I Festival Dec. 26-30. Other teams
in the Holiday Festival at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Qarden are Calif or or-,nia,
,nia, or-,nia, Connecticut, Manhattan New
1 York University, Pittsburgh, Tem Tem-ple
ple Tem-ple and Seattle.
haircuts for life.
BASSEY STARTS TRAINING
i NOTTINGHAM, England (UP)
World featherweight champion
Hogan (Kid) Bassey of, Nigeria
started training today for his first
bout since beating Cherif Hamia
for the vacant title. Bassey will
meet Italian champion Sergio Ca Ca-prari
prari Ca-prari here. Oct. 7 in a non-title,
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national- League americam i siame
St. Louis al Chicago
New York at Brooklyn (N)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
. Yesterday's Results
CFN Lists Baseball
CFN has announced the follow
ing major league baseball broad
cast schedule tor tne period Aug.
3 through Sept. 8. Any changes in
the broadcast schedule will be an
nounced over Panorama each night
at 6:45 p.m. .-Aug.
Aug. .-Aug. 31: St. Louis vs Chicago at
Sept. 1 : Milwaukee vs Cincinna
ti at 1:30 pm.
Sept. 2: Milwaukee vsChicago
at 1:00 p.m..
Sept. 3: Milwaukee
at 1:30 p.m.
4: Cincinnati vs Chicago
at 1:30 p.m
Sept. 5: Boston vs New York
Yankees at 1:00 p.m.
Sept. 6 no game.
Sept. 7: Brooklyn vs New York
Giants at 1:00 p.m.
Sent. 8: New York Yankees
Washington at 1:00 p.m.
The television "game- of the
week" will feature Cleveland f vs
New. York on-Sunday afternoon,
Sept. 1, beginning 'at 8:15 p.m
p waa originally played
i Washington at New (York.
Detroit vat Cleveland i(N
Boston t Baltimore! (N) V
Chicago at Kansas City N)
. j : j . -.
New York 001 000 000 012 8
Chicagd 001 000. 000 001 4
Stuxdivnnti Ford (8-4) and Ber
Donovan (15-4) and Lollar.
Baltimore 000 040 000 4 8 2
Cleveland 630 00 21x 12 13 1 1
O'Dell (2 8), Zuverinkj Caccarel-1
li and Triandos, Zupo.
Garcia (8-8) and Hegan. 'i
Boston 000 020 3016 8 0 i
Detroit 000 000 0101 6 0 I
(Brewer (15-11) and Daley. 1 i
Maas (9-4), Byrd, Sleater, Shaw,
Stump and House.
Only games scheduled.
MEN'S TENNIS DOUBLES
Please publish the following ar
ticle in the next issue Of your pa
The Mid-Season Men's Double
Tournament of the Paraiso Tennis
Clcb will start Sunday morning at
:oo at tne raraiso tennis courts.
The following matches are sched
uled: Johnson Harold Jimenei
vs Simpson Abrahams, Douglas-
Sampson vs ElieJi Jr gimmons.
Hoyte-Lopei vj Jioweu imytne
and Johnson HuDert-uradiey vi is
lie : Sr. -Pans. Brown-Scinclair v is.
a bye. J r'r
3 NEW RISE'
Choose tho RISE that's
right for you and get
in Vi thetimo.
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75 51 .595 6V4
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RISAmtrravs First and
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FRIDAY, AUGUST SO, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
Opiilenta Crews Hill;
Rosier Tangle In $650
Nine Furlong Gallop
Seven third series imported thoroughbreds will
match strides tomorrow afternoon at the President
Hemon racetrack in dispute of the major share of a
$650 purse over a distance of one mile and-'one-eighth.
- -" '
v Scheduled to vie tor top honors
are Opulento, Embrujada, Micb
rmm f Rill. 'ChivilingO, Jai
f Alai II ana Rosier.
Opulento is the probable mutuels
favorite but he is sure to be hard
pushed both in the betting and.
probably in the actual race j by
Rosier, Crews Hill nd Michiripa
Embrujada and. Jai Alai II will
have tiioir fair share of backers
ton. rhiviiineo fieures to be the
big outsider of the race.
Opuicnto, a second by a nose
over Jai Alai Iband a neck over
I Rosier, is partial to the distance
But the same a be said of Crews
Hill, an impressive winner his last
time out; Michiripa and Rosier.
Michiripa,-which will be ridden
this time by his favorite rider A A-lejandro
lejandro A-lejandro Ytaza, was in such fine
fettle last wek( when returning
from a layoff that he bolted and
ran away Before tne start oi me
race' and had to be scratched.
Opulento 'will have his favorite
1 -loekev. V if eilio 1 Castillo; aboard
for the first in a long timej Cas
tillo's hustling jstyle has : always
been effective on the front run
ning son of 'Oregano. .v
(Braulio Baeza. as usual.' will
guide the Cococha Stable's Crews
Hill. This promising eolt is appar apparently
ently apparently improving pow and should
be a lough put to crack.
Rosier displayed great improve
ment last week when he came up
ftr corning baclc to',-
tha Uthmys i
the first shipment of -this
brand of Suits to
reach hsrs since 1950.'
dubious handling by the same Gul Gul-llermo
llermo Gul-llermo Sanchez, who will ride him
tomorrow, for a strong finish over
six furlongs beaten by lets than
two lengths by the classy Bacan Bacan-cito.
. Embrujada has performed well
at distances up to one mile and
could be ready for an upset vic victory
tory victory here. Jorge Phillips will at attempt
tempt attempt to make the1 longshot play players
ers players happy in this one. ,' '
Speedy Jat Alai II could "steal!'j
toe race it auowea to set too easy
a oace He has been showing un
usual courage since changing own
ership. He even held on to win a
mile recently and is in better shape,
than that time. Am ado Credi Credi-dio,
dio, Credi-dio, a longshot specialist, will
guide Jai Alai II.-, , ;
; Chivih'n'go appears to be out outclassed
classed outclassed and in here only to make
up numbers. However, it must re remembered
membered remembered that is one of the rea reasons
sons reasons some horses pay box car
dividends Andres Gonzales will
try to do the impossible in Chivi-
lingo s saddle.
By Conrado Sargeant
Two mile rates are included on
this varien program. Class D. na natives
tives natives clash in the-fifth race for a
$400 thirst- over the- classic' mile
and fifth series imported horse
meet over the a m e distance.
These route tests are sure to break
the monotoiy of sprint races that
bad many t unites complaining re
cently. . t.:
? 1 Bt CONRADO '
1 Cypress Bull Matricnlado
2 King's Park Joselito
J Frijolito 4 Linda Susy
. 4 .Golden Moon ." Bariln
5 Don Grau 4' Dr. Bill
6 Mlrtln-. '" V'EI Agheila
7 Clybern i. Kaa
8 Ollmpico .r' Yoyita
9 Opulento ( Rosier
10 Luisito r.- .. PlaUado
11 Vain Darlinr t Ocal Miss
MASKED THREAT Here's s'parmate's yiew- of Carme?i
Basilio- as ; the welterweight champion trains at Alexandria
Bay, N.Y., for his Sept. 23 meeting with Sugar Ray Robinson
V' at iaiiK.ee isiitaiuni r J-
Race Track Graded Entries'
Energetic President Remon
racetrack manager Pablo A.
Thayer has ordered another
move intended to help owners,
trainers ana tne puttie in gen general.
eral. general. i
Thayer has instructed the
starter to use the outer positions
in tne starting gate for races be beginning
ginning beginning in the chute because of
tne obvious disadvantage the
Inner positions nose to starters.
"This means 'that If there are
onjy six starters in a race, the
No. l horse will start from the
No. 5 position, etc. If there are
only five starters, the No.-1 ani animal
mal animal will use no. $ position in
the gate. ,. ..
This columnist also suggests
that the gate be placed as far as
possible to the outer extremity
or the, track for six and seven
furlong races, the -only distances
started irom the chute.
. oOo f ?
Race fans will have a wel welcome
come welcome variety In the distances
t be nui over the weekend.
After month ef bavin only
a diet of sprints (except )n
classic races), this weekend
there wlll.be no less than
seven events" of one mile tit.
- more. Three are scheduled for
tomorrow and the other four
' Presldente will race for Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo San Luis in the future.
His trainer Is Nevarro Nathaniel
Orando, Destello, Coral, Ta Ta-nara
nara Ta-nara and San Cristobal, for formerly
merly formerly owned by recently-retired
(from racing) turfman
Jose Joaquin Vallarino Jr.,
have all been acquired by the
Stud La Pomarada and are
now under the guidance of
trainer Luis Rodrlguei.
Full Moon was sold to Carlos
A. Valdea. Gaston Aguilar will
do the training.
Yoslklto, Canoe; Presldente
and Happy Abode will race with
blinkers in the future.
Seems Fundamentals Count
. ; .. ;
NORMAN, Okla-(NEA) Nowstart and can't wait to Insert
that most eollege football coach-ithe Oklahoma-type fast huddle ti
es are ready for practice to into their attack Bud Wilkin-a. I
TROUT TRIM .COMEBACK
VANCOUVER, B.C. UP) Paul
(Dizzy) Trout, trying to make a
baseball comeback at the age of
42, leared today that "you can't
bring it bick The one-time De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers pitcher made bis first
start for Vancouver of the Pacific
Coast League Tuesday night and
lost to Los Angeles,-1-6.
: TIGIRS RECALL HURLER,
DETROIT (UP) Right-hander
Jim Stump, who had'a 14-and-ll,
son. the Sooners' coach, has de
cided to let them in on a secret.
"We're going to play deliber-
ate football," he announced.
"The fast huddle served its pur pur-pose,
pose, pur-pose, but there is a risk. You're r
more likely to fumble, miss a
signal, go offside. ,t t
"Anyway," he continued, "tht
team that blocks and tackles
better wins the games., v
record for Birmingham of the f
Southern Association, reported to
the parent Detroit Tigers today. :
The 25-year-old Stump replaced;
southoaw Al Aber, wro went tsj
the Kansas Cfty Athletis on walv-
ers Tuesday. :
Bonifacio (Johnny Bony) Her
nandez Is back from his vacation
ana business trirj to Lima, pe
ru. Hernandex i waltin the
, 6th Series imp. T Fgs.Purse $400 -"Pool Close. 1:00 'SJJK ?' ffiannVn8
first race of THR nniTRi.F. y. i5.u'fn ln the land of the I,ncas.
- ( r t- living Jonn win be accompanied
1 Coral R. Vasquea 115 Will fighj 'it out
2 Matriculado- P. Alvarez 110 Rates good -chance?
3 Sof t Note -v. B. Baeza. 106 r Back in top form v
4 Cypress Bull '- O. San.' 113 Form indicates
5 Panzaretta H. Oustlnes 105 Eatly speed only
6 Oreco A. Gonzales 410 Not against these
2nd Race "Special" "Imp. 6 Fgs.Purse $650 Pool Closes 1:30
, 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE '
1 introduction 110 Is in-and-outer ; S-l
2 Elegldo Jn Credldio 108 Hasn't show much ... 8-1
3 PuestO J. Gongora 106 Early speed only 10-1
4 King's Park A. Ycaza 115.' Should make it) now 3-2
5 Pibe Lindo B. Baeza 106 Rates fair chance 5-1
6 Joselito P. Alvarez 112 In fight to finish -j I , 3-2
7 Jack O' Lantern O. San.' 110 Vastly improved c ..? 8-1
g Mikel 'H. Oustinei'103 Would pay fat odds 20-1
9 Violin Vlejo F. Oodoy 105. Early speed only 10-1
3rd Race "E" Natives S Fgs. Purse f375
, ohe two
Pool Closes 2:05
2 Toxic '
4 Vllma P
T. Oatlca 10O i-Met interference
H. Oustlnes lOff 'Should Le close up
O. Sanchez 113 Hard fight here
R. vasquez 113 Could score again
. ti. KU1Z 1U3 uner inj mpeeu
6 Linda Susy E. Dario 110 Rider only handicap
FOR YOUR HIGH-BAIL INSIST ;?
always W CANADA DRY
"High-Ball without Canada Dry ;
SAFER -v STRONGER UST LONGER
Pool Closes 2:33
4th Race "Hla." Natives 6' Fgs-Purse 375
, , QUINIELA ', v ;
1 JpUon Jr Gongora 112! Not this1 time
2 Presldente A. Jordan 107x. Jockey eliminates
3 BarUu F. Alvarez 112 Better.this. time
4 Full Moon F. Justlnlani 107x Rider only handicap
5 U3olden Moon V. Gatica 110 -Last doesnt count
6 L-apa ' G. Cruz 110 Dangerou .contender
T Romancer ; 'B. Baeza 113. Excluded from- betting
5th Race B" Natives I Fg. Purse f 400
Pool Closes :00
Danler ,. ?
C Rula 115
R. Vasquez 113
J. Gongora 112
J. Rodriguez 113
6 Don Pastor B. Baeza 116
Has beaten better
Racing to best form
Jockey will help
Form : indicates
A; Lourless lOOx Not with this rider
THE fUBELESS TIRE
Thar flive$ Irou oil 31
J ; PROTECTION ;
,' Ui ur Bxlinclnr Serriee
Paiiama : i-
Black and WhiU
Remember ...lhe Brakes Stop The Wheels
. I BUT- THE TIRES STOP THE CAR
USE OUR BUDGET PLAN
hy Red Label on his boat trip.
Red Label- is owned by Felipe
The racehorse Importing firm
Grlmaldo Investments, ownpd
bv Oscar "Chlvito" Grlmaldo Grlmaldo-Wednesday
Wednesday Grlmaldo-Wednesday received a shipment
or four cnoiceiy bred Irish thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds nvhlch are for sale.
The raeess are Silver Heels,
Blue Zulu, Divorced and Volt Voltage.
age. Voltage. 1 r j
. Sliver Heels, a three-year-old
chestnut fillv bv The Cobbler-
Coral Crystal, Is a maternal
granddaughter of The great Co-
ronacn. Tnis imy may be ob obtained
tained obtained for 32.400 cash or 2 onn
in, purses with a $500 down pay-
Blufr Zulu, a three-year-old
female offspring -of Lumlnar Lumlnar-Grey
Grey Lumlnar-Grey Gipsy by Sir Walter Ral Raleigh.
eigh. Raleigh. Is the winner of om roc
has finished second once, third
once and fourth once. Her price
tag Is $2,700 cash or $3,200 ln
purses after a down navment nf
$800. Luminary is also the sire
of the successful scintillation;
Divorced: a two-year-old bay
colt by Petition-Win Agnes hv
Winalot, has raced only once. In
her single outing she displayed
blistering speed. She can be had
for $3,000 or $3,500 in Wsm fol-l
lowing a down payment of
$700. i . i
Voltage,, a two-year-old hay
colt by Le, Levandou-Sportlng
Chance by Link Boy. is prob probably
ably probably the most promising ani animal
mal animal In the lot. He has won
once, finished second In a
Photo, third three times and
been out ef the money only
once In six starts. His price tag
Is $4,000 cash only.
NEW BOAT DISPLAY
YOUR PAST, PRESENT. AND FUTURE HEADQUARTERS' FOR
' Hundreds of items to select from Panam6 end, Central America's
Largest and most complete Sporting Goods Stores.
ABERNATHY, S. A
Across side Street El Panama Hotel near El Halcdn Photo Studio.
PHONES: 395 3-0264 3-6435
. OPEN WEEK DAYS 8 a.m. to 12 noon 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY.
l r -. t
It's time to step up to
Four Roses Bourbon time is new.
Dont miss another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
aiL fa... xcnaKtai imn S Frs.Pnrs $650
j v ; FIRST RACE QF THE DOUBLE
i. Sth Rerles Imo. 8 Pks.Purse $500' Pool Closes i:
P M. IATTTII m
-1--Slngful ' P.. Gatica 110 Improving steadily
2 Blcarerd Z A. Credldio 105 -Has shown nothing
'3 El Agheila H. Oustlnes 110 Horse to beat here
4JShambollon T- Alvarez 115 Reportedly classy
5 Neeful t B. Baeia 115 Has good workouts too
Mirtino R. Vasquea 113 Debut convinced ,us
Kaa ; r : R.'Vasques 113 instance may namucap
Mrs. Haulgan A. Gonza. ios --ouuds w raoma.
ro Purlto H. Gusunes liu Racing uv nest mrm
ybern '-v J. Phillips 110 Distance -tt liking
.El-Fakir-- G. Duarte iux Poor recent races
lescence G. Ramos 102x Returns from xayon
Sth Rice Natives rgs. Purse $375 Pool Closes 4:40
Two more newcomers will
swing Into action tomorrow at
rne president Remon racetrack:
Pool Closes J: 40 They are the Peruvian-bred six.
year-oia enamooion and .the
Argentine bred five-year-old
Neeful. ; . .
Shambolon Is a bay son of
Fairground v Albaclara. He is
owned by the stud Buena Fe
and trained by Luis Humberto
Neeful, the property of the
Cococha Stable, is under the
watchful eye of trainer Arturo
Phillips. -Neeful is a chestnut
son of Nebuchadnezzar-Dareful
and reportedly has been turn turning
ing turning In creditable workouts. . .-Shambolon
Shambolon .-Shambolon and Neeful are
both scheduled starters in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's sirfth race, for import
h Jachalln F.Alvarej 105 Ran well in last '-
5 Bagdad A. Gonzales 10 Terribl effort last
Jir Japa A. Ycaza 115 : Better this week ,
I Sideral.. V. Castillo 110 .Must improve more -P-Yoylta
H. Gustines 112 L-Da-ngerous this time
6 Pichoto i. Talavera 104x Jockey kill chance V
? Ika '!-: 'K. Flores 11$ Returns from layoff
,-Olimplco H. Ruli 115 -Should be close up
ft (Pabionet A. Jordan 108 Not against these
10 I Avlspa G. Prescott 10$ Nothing to recommend
9th Race, Ird Series Imp. $ Fgs.rorse $858 roei noses :is
V. Castillo im nam ngni nere -J.
Phillips 114 Will be dose up -A.
Ycaza 114 : Dangerour this time
B. Baeza 108 Gets sill test
? 7 Rosier
Jfth Race, 4th Series Isap. f Fr.Purse KM Pool Closes f.Ol
A. Gonzales 108, Noiin?.(v
A. "Credldio 108 Distance handicaps
G. Sanches 110 1 fight to finisa ,
". 3 -1
The Stud Rio Cascadatf Mv
mena ana Biuno are now being
trained by Juan Guanti.
Narcotico. the highly rated
Argentine-bred Imported re recently
cently recently from Peru, is reportedly
back In training after suffering
a minor leg mishap. This hlgli-j
priced son of Bulldozer Nile
Goddess is owned by the 8tudi
Rio Grande and trained by ; Al-
oerto Garcia. .
Mr. Tivoll returns to action
Sunday under the colors of his
original owner and breeder.' Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Solano. Prudenclo Pinillo Is
now the trainer of the son of
iQ01 I FOUR j
OP' rM ROSES
V 'r-, BOURBQN I
J y a1. ,ki ita I
It's time for
AVAILABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE CLUB
CIA. CYRNOS S. A.
lTo-n's Wall G. San. 110 Reportty improved
fl Golden Corn n Baeza 112 ; tUnpredic'sWe .: ?
3 Plateado A. Gonzales 105 Ran well u last
4 Febrero II A. Credldio 1C5 Return? from layelf
.5 Lubjito ,F. Alvares 115 -Hard to beat here
11th JUce 8th Series Imp. J rg.Purs $400.
1 Happy Abode Jirnfnez 10 ould make M now '3-2
2 Kiosco A- Credldio ICS ', Nothin ifc yefrs ; - 1M
3 OcaJa Mi E- Ortega 115 Forw incicatr; 3-2
4 Cuematodos J. cadojan 109 lf )pgs bold up '. 3-1
5 Va:n Earlxg J. F-..ps 108 CviA get up her" v 3-1
MACARENA" BULL RING
SUNDAY. SEPT 1, 1957
4 0RAVE BULLS
Tickets are a sale at the theria Reslaarant and at
the "Concord im" Drag Store. Starting today.
Pot year ticket ew.
,4 ll i rV,, If'ry. n. f
THIS SPACE IS FOR, SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
"FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
v ; j FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR HINT: J fcedroom haute,
living room, dming room, bath bath-reemi
reemi bath-reemi at Carraaquilla. "'"
Eden Theatre. Phona 8-1305.
FOR HINT: New chalet. J
bedrooms, Irvinsj-dinini room,
maid room, porch and garage.
Corner Paseo Cincuentenari
and 7th Ave. Coco del Mar (San
Francisco) Tel. 1-3005.
FOR RENT: Brand new chalet.
"Lorna Alegre." 2 bedroomi, liv-lg-di"i"l
room, pereh, hot wa wafer
fer wafer initallation. Call
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and tarf
Beach Home. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
Baldwin's furniihed apartment;
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 36SI.
PHILLIPS Oceaiuide Cottage
Santa Clara. Bon MM Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Beach,
Phona Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR RENTi Nicely furnished
room for bachelor at Bella Vista.
Private entrance and bathroom.
Phone from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
FOR RENT; Cool furniihe
room for bachelor or working out
lady. 1449 Apt, 3. Estudianta
FO SfcENTtfurnishoB': room
with all conveniences. Ave; Peru
34 front of l CM
FOR RINT: Furnish room
with M onvenlenees, rivt
htraMOy Via forrae No, 46,
FOR HINT COMMERCIAL
SITE IN BUILDING JUST BUILT,
MINISTRY OP, THE TREASURY,
APPROXIMATELY 400 SQUARE
.METERS OF SPACE. FOR INFOR INFORMATION,
MATION, INFORMATION, QUIJANO STH
STRSET NO. 5-30. PHONE 2 2-27
27 2-27 IS.
FOR' RENT: Locale for office
or store on B. Avenue No. 106,
opposite 5th of May Plasa,
$150.00. For information, 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale for office,
above "Casa YohoroS," East
22nd street No. 2, 50.00. In Information
formation Information '(Casa Yohoros" or
Quijane. 8th street No, 5-30.
FOR RENT: Locals, above 'Ll 'Ll-breria
breria 'Ll-breria Preciado," $30.00. For
Information, 8th street No. 5-30.,
FOR RENT: Locale, for office,
B Avenue No. 13 A-33. $45.00.
For information, 8th street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
a Chan V
We are pleased to announce
ihe OPENING of
TIRES AND TUBES
NEW LOCATION AT
National Ave. (Auto Row) No. 2729
Beside Tropical Motor
6"0V x 15 Black Tiibeles s
1 year unconditional guarantee
' CREDIT IF DESIRED
ATTENTION, O. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 8-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 boedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo. Ter Terrace,
race, Terrace, living room, kitchen, maid's
room and laundry, garage. For
further particulars call telephone
3-4968 from 8:00 a.m. thru
5:00 p.m. telephone 3-6737
FOR RENTi Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
1 20, beside Roosevelt Theater.
Overloobing SAS Commissary, far
information phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom, kitchen kitchenette,
ette, kitchenette, refrigerator, Phdne 2 2-2081.
2081. 2-2081. 4th of July Ave.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort:
able, one bedroom apartment
suitabl for couple or small fa-
tnily, in Calla Darlen. Call tele telephone
phone telephone 2-1455 jduHng ;
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 'living room, dining room,
maid's room with bathroom, hot
water installation, garage. Euse Euse-bio
bio Euse-bio A. Morales No. 5, $115,00.
For information? 8th street No.
5-30. Phoee 2-2718.
FOR RENT: I bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
porch, garage, hot water, modern
and large en "J" street El Can Can-grajo,
grajo, Can-grajo, 2 blocks from "Colegio La
Salle," $85.00. For information,
8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. El Sol building, 4th of July
Avenue, $65.00. For information
inquire apart. 7. v
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
garage, maid's bathroom, $90.
Two living room, dining room,
maid's room with bathroom,
$75.00. One bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room dining room,
maid's bathroom, $65.00. East
46' street No. 44, corner of
Colombia street. For information,
; 8th street No. 5-30. Phone 2-
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apart-f
f apart-f Mont,' 'wash tubs, new -concrete
building, "CHICHI." East 17th
street No. 6-56. $50.00. For
information 8th street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room dining room,
FURNISHED with light, gas,
telephone, Sabanas No. 172,
$70.00. For information, 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-v,
ment screened military inspected
one and two bedroom. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
very attractive one room ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency apartment. Hot water,
Opposite II Panama. Call 3 3-1789.
1789. 3-1789. FOR RENT: Furniihed or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment. 1 3th street
(new number 90th street) No.
16. Via Porras. Phone 3-2447.
FOR RENT: Coirpletely fur furnished
nished furnished studio apartment, will
accommodate nicely one couple.
Beautifully decorated, hot water,
near Panama Hotel. Call 3-3884.
LEAVE VOtKAD H ON Of
the Bella Vlnte" Theetre COLON: Central Avenue 1I,1 Tel. 431
Th FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado El Ray, offers
- efficient filling of prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phone
3-minute car wash 11 steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isth
mian Highway near sears.
L.- ., r Jinnar. and Wrinkt
ere. served in owr moelarn air air-conaitienee
conaitienee air-conaitienee eetoieria griH and
bar. Hote' Intemeeional "Pla "Pla-w'
w' "Pla-w' S da M4yo.
In order to better serve our many
friend's in Panama .and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, we have moved our
shop. FOR BETTER THAN EVER
SERVICE, CALL U. S. TELEVI TELEVISION;
SION; TELEVISION; Panama 3-7607. TV, Ra-.
dio, Hi-Fi, Antennas, Transmit Transmitters,
ters, Transmitters, Inter-Comm. and all aleci
tronic equipment. Write our new
telephone number down so you
will not forget it.
DOSESE WAITES School of Danc Dancing
ing Dancing reopening September 5th.
Knights of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone 2-2363.
LLONaI SEARS' COTILLION
CLASSES:' Balroom dancing for
teenagers. Pleas telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-0327 for additional in information.
formation. information. LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa J-4239. Harnatt !)
FOff RENT: Cool, modem
apartment, recently pointed, 2
bedrooms, garaia, San Francisco.
FOR. RENT It Two bedroom fi finished
nished finished apartment: Sea view. Be Bella
lla Bella .Vista. $1 50.0CL Tel. 3-5024.
iCOUK FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, enrns, callous callous-Ms,
Ms, callous-Ms, uigrowa toe nails, toot maa-
J. Arosemena Ave. S3-M
155 Central Aye.
TRANSPORTED BAXTER, S A.
Packer Shippers Mover
Phones 22451 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.. Phone 2-2451
oc by appointment.
' tail '
Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for rates and lnlormatlon
TeL Panama t-55S
Fall classes befin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap. Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all Information
With F 1.2 Leru
Fanam N. Tarfc Colon
FOR EENT: for t naonths,
from September Stbu on,
completefV furnished 8 fte4 fte4-rcrm
rcrm fte4-rcrm residence with maids
service m Lai Cumbres.
Reasonable rental to re re-rponsVble
rponsVble re-rponsVble party. CaU Wolff
and Com pan v Ltal Fana Fana-mk.
mk. Fana-mk. Tel. 2-CKB.
AGENTS OS L
. KOVEBABE. ATH Bs.d.
SALE QR TRADE: 1956 Ply Ply-month
month Ply-month 4-door, good condition.
Balboa. Phona 3471.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford V-8
station wagon; excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Radio, heater extras, newt
tires $900.00. Qtr. 253-A
AioreoK ao-axou. v
FOR SALE: 1 952 Ford, 4-door,7
mechanical shift, two-tone. Ce-.
nal Zon car,- perfect condition.
In garage of El Panama Hotel,'?
FOR SALE OR TRADE: For
52-43 MG, Ford V-8, OD, ra radio,
dio, radio, other extras. Call .3-1482.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
4-door hard top sedan, only
three months old; cost $2900.00
muit sell." $ 1 400,00 cash and
take over paymenti-$58.00 per
FOR SALE: .1953 Chevrolet
deluxe club coupe, extra fin
car; like new interior, exterior,"
and tiros. $500.00 cash and
$28.00 month. House 356,1
Apt. 1 1. Ancon.
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL 1956
CHYSLER IMPERIAL, 2-DOOR,
HARD TOP, (DUTY FREE). RED
AND WHITE WITH HARMO HARMONIZING
NIZING HARMONIZING LEATHER, ALL EX,
TRAS, INCLUDING AIR CON-,
DITIONING. EXCELLENT CON CONDITION.
DITION. CONDITION. A REAL BARGAIN.
SEE AT CIVA S.'A. ( PONTI AC AC-CADILLAC
CADILLAC AC-CADILLAC AGENCtJ
FOR SALE: 1951 Tudor eyl.
Pontiac. Duty f roe, radio, WW
tires, reesonablo price, cash only.
Panama 3-0010 Mr. or Mm
FOR SALE: 1948
runs good, look
FOR SALE- Bulck, 4-
dan, 1949, Dynaf low, 17,000
actual mlleege, Cleen apparance;
ewbartryr good tiros; :on ;
owner.' $375.00 cash. Call Bal Bal-1
1 Bal-1 bo 2-1064. Heuso 0530-A.
FOR SALE: 1957 Fairlan
'"500" 4-door Town Victoria,
radio, safety pack, B. U. light,
W.S.W. Phen 5-362.
FOR SALE: "Snaxxy Mercury
Monterrey" '54 Tudor. H. T..
lowered', power brakes,' red!
mercomatic drive, mallory igni ignition,
tion, ignition, beautiful and in top eon eon-.
. eon-. dition. Below blue, book price.
See at 2212-C Curundu or call
Cur. 4193 or Balboa 3797.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United Slates District Court for The
District of The Caul Zon
In the Matter of the Adoption of
feioria jean Lemasters,. e minor child
under th age of fourteen yean, vs.
Betty Lemasters. No. 4MS Civil. C1U-
To: Betty Lemastere
iou are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Dl.
vision of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the
HUT day of Oct. 157, et t o'clock In
the forenoon ot that day, then end
thr to show cause. If any you have,
whyv James R. 'Lemastere and Svlvia
Lemasters should not proceed with the
hearinc of their petition for the edop.
non M tne above named minor child
WITNESS, the Honorable Guthrie T
Crew. Judge. United SUtaa District
-Cotfrt for the District of the Canal Zone,
tm 13th day or Aug.. imt.
C. T. MeCorsakk, Jr.
By Sara do le PeAa
Chief Deputy Clerk
To: Betty Lemasters
The foregoinf citation la served Upon
you by publication pursuant to tne er.
der of the. Honorable Gathrie T. Crowe,
Judge. United State District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
the Uth dav of Aue 157. and entered
and filed In this action In the office
of the Clerk of the United States Di.
trict Court Division of Balboa, on the
13th day of Aug., 197.
C. T. McCersstck. J.
Bv Sor de as Tra
CMcf Deputy Clerk
SALESMAN MID SALES MANAGER
Must be experienced. well educated 'arid, know
Panama. .Must have -ambition" and pleasing pereert-v
lity. Must be a truthful person .who waftte.to get
ahead and It willing to 'work. Should b xferUneef v
In the ladies wear and accessory tine. MaJe only
need apply, tf you don't havo the ability dont apply. V
Personal interview between 4:30 and 6:30 pjm. only.
DONREE LNTEISK OF PANAMA, INC.
Via Argentina, CI Cangrejo
Panama' ; ' ; .' .''-'",
.. Phone 3-1371: .' -: :
FOR SALEfi- Clearance 3
days to go. Noventies of. all
kindi, caremkr, costum lowerly,
eameras,, beerstelns, picture
frames, leather goods, SheeHer
desk sets hall po'"' P" "a
many more items way bale cost.
Matmor, Ave. Central 122 next
to Felix Madura.
FOR SALI: Save money r Buy
Claye blocks. 4" x 12" s 12". -They
are economical, light and
do not erack.'SI 23.20 per thou thou-sand.
sand. thou-sand. Clayco ft- Alfareria, S. A.,
Yia Iipana No.- 17-48, Phono
FOR SALE: Deep freexe. Pleas
' apply British Embasiyi .Pana .Pana-na,
na, .Pana-na, (Tat. No. 3-0087) between
9 and 1 .a.m.
FOR SALE-Fedder air condi conditioner
tioner conditioner nW, still in crate, A h.p.
'FOR-SALEi Ovaii youth
bed, good condition,- 2-3790.
FOR SAll: Quality golden
fawn BOXER FUPPIES registered
-A. K. C, I mdnthe,TK 2-344
Residence 2-1704t Apt-415.
FOR SALE,- Boxer puppies fawn.
Call Curundu 83-3144 or may
bo seen at auarters 656-B, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Heights.
A Tfieouiem Hlith' Mass will be
held for 'the repose of the sonis
of the late Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph
T. seott...Mrs:lf Scott died; two
months ago and her husband
last week Thursday.
The mass; will take place at St.
PauJ's Church tomorrow morn-.
mg; at 6 i
i Memorial Seryice
. A memorial 'service Will be
.held tomorrow' at 7:30 pJ. in
the Monrft Carmol Spiritual
Baptist Church 1 i : at Fneblo
Nnevo for the Jate ReT, Oscar
Haine Kinr, who died a year
aa;o tomorrow, .,
' T.B). RATI bOWN
LONDON (UP) Some 6,492
Sersons- died of tuberculosis in
iritain in 1955, less than on
fourth the toll, of the ,ls,t pre-war.
year, the iGenersl lieiijter TJffice
announced last night, .The disease
still. eosts .British 'industry 26 million-
man-days lost eash year he he-cause
cause he-cause of the, fairly long period
needed to recover "from TJB. :.
STATES OF ARRKICA
United States District Court Fort The
District of The Canal Zoae
JMIIMI iiviaiun a
In the Matter of the Adoption of Ma
rian Sue Wendell. e minor under the
age .of 14 years, vs. Robert jLanlk. Mo.
to tiVH. uiimon.
To:. Robert Kanik
You ere hereby recjulred to' appear
befor the Unit.
States District Court
tor th District of the Canal, gone,. DL;
vision of Balboa., at. the courtroom
thereof, in Ancon, Canal Zone, en the
the forenoon of that day. then end
therO to ehow cause, if any you have.
1 1 Til air or ucu lwdi. a, a vnmi ui
whv WUliam N. Beaumont should not
proceed with the hearing of .'his' perl-.
tion for the edopUoat of the above nam.
WITNESS, -the Honorable Guthrie F
Crewe, Judge, United State District
Court far the District of th Canal Eon,
thi 13th day, of Aug.. l8Ti
C. T. McConsiek, Jr. 1
' ".erk,-,; .-..:
81 By Sara do". I Fen -
Chief Deputy Clerk
To- Wnlwrt Xeriik
The. foroeeing eiUttan le eerved upon
vou by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crow.
J uire. United States District Court for
the Dlitrtet of the Canal lone, dated
tkm 11th r Aue.. 157.. and entered
and filed hi true action hi the ofe
of trie Clerk of the United State DisJ
rript Court;. Divleion of Balboa, M. trie
i Clerk j j-.
. j-. Br Sere So l
, Chief Deputy Qerk
BEST BUY IN TOWN Metal
beds 30" with springs' 7.50,
chair 1.00, dressars 6.00, China
closets .12.50, modern venities
29.00, modern Wardrobes 39.00,
center table 7.50, aluminum
porch shairt 9.50. modern studio V
couch 59.00, lovely mahogany
bar red upholstery 75.00,
wrought iron dining, room lets
I29j00, mattraises 3.00, springs
15.00, linoleums 6.95. Hse Hse-hold
hold Hse-hold Exchange, National Av.
N. 41. Tel. 1-49111-7148.
FOR SALE Deep frees 24 cu.
'ft. Very' goodf condition.'' Tl.
Balboa 2-1019 or 1703.' v
FOR SALE t Due to trip. Double
v bed, book case type, new;.: with
night tables. 46th street No. 27,
Apt. No. 4.
WANTED: Home for nice
kitten. Call' Panama 3-491 1
front 9 to 6 and 1-0868 after 6.'
WANTED: American Embassy
ouple, without children, seeks
furniihed apartment In good ro ro-sldenrtal
sldenrtal ro-sldenrtal tactor. Please call -Pa-,
nama 1-0010, extemion 12.
Winds Up Naked;
Jokeslar Pays Up
SNJlELTi," N.C tVP)-i"arnicr
EddiC. Whitaker fell for the-ffirg
but the jokestr woid,uj pyf?g
Ul, cumi uusifl. .. j
Whitaker was- workinjr in a field
this 'week-when a voice from the
bushes beside the fjeld said, f'l'm
an escaoed convict. I want to set
rid of' these p r is o n clothes
tThe' startled farmer saw a mn
crouched .low with, his'' hand ia a
bulging pocket, Whitaker .stripped.
' He dropped the- clothing-on he
ground and started to Walk iway,
Then-lie shopped and ,aSced,. tDo
you (want my shoes,' too?"'' v
"That's fight," said, the man In
the bushes. Whitaker removed his
shoes and then .headed for home-
The '"escaped convict wss; sr-
rested add charged with- assault.
As court opened, .Whitaker tried
to withdraw' his complaint but the
juuger reiusco. , ;
. Whitaker- said it- was U "a
practical, joke'.': by Sonny Speer,
a neignoor i wnom ,ne naa a
recognized in the bushes. He. fi
Speller wa. Just foohng."- J
Speller : pleaded Vguilty; paid, the
court 'costs and-was ordered to
lay off ractieal jokes for two
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)
r Canat Zone'
United States District Coorf For th ''
District, of The Caul Zoo
'' Division of Balboa v '
Maurice A. Schultz.. olsintiff. vs. Fre.
da Lasof Schultx. defendant Summons
Case No. -4650 CtvU Docket- 31 .Action
for-Divorce. : v '
: To n aboveJiaaoed .defendant;
iou are hereby required to appear
and answer the 'complaint filed in the
above entitled action' within
days after the first publication.
- In ease of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a
gainst you by -default for th relief de
manded In the complaint
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. -United SUtaa 'District
Court for the district of the Canal Zone,
thi Auiuat lfc VH1.
. T. MtCseaaiek, Jr..
i", . Clerk :.f v.
l""1' .... By'-Baiw'de'U W
V f "-; f. Chief- Jeputy;. Oerk.
Ta.VAa Tanf Sehulta '
Th foregoing Summons i served upon
you by publication vursuam to me or.
m. mt tiu HnvmMi Authrta T. Crwe,
Judge. United SUtes District Court, for
the ptstiict of th Canal- Zone, dareo
August 1S.1S5T, and entered and "filed
in ertinn In the office of the Clerk
of laid. United States District Court for
te Division r aaiooa, on .nuiWt w.
I4T.;, :'- f.JT.'-IeCni)kt--jl. .'.
By Sere de as Fen
Chief Deputy Oerk.
. FOR SALE
" ..'PONTIAC COTJPI.1 K'
X0DELA6 TeL-Mill i
Panama.'. .. ;1
Cnt -V at DsrttVs It.
; :ol Estate
FOR $ALIVi list at La Cum Cum-,
, Cum-, bres, near to highway,-Alt or any
portion. Call Balboa 2-2304.
BECAUSE I've decided to live
in th United States, I will sell
my Santa Clara Beach property.
8 acres, 5 furnished houses.
Shop building. 2 walls with motor
i and jkndmill. See Ferero at San San-,
, San-, t Clara, or writ Geneva Shrapnel
1529 North Allen Avenue, Pa-,
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
, Three concrete heme, very good
' location in Colin. Good invest-'
ment. Phon 1190, Colon.
Accountant or C.P.A., white, serious and responsible.
Apart from accounting; experience should be versed in
the' English language so a, to take, charge of corres correspondence.
pondence. correspondence. Gootl future with a serious firm of good re re--
- re-- putatlon. Send references, stating education, experi experience,
ence, experience, recommendations, photo, age and nimimum sal salary
ary salary desired to Box 4247. Photo will be returned.
"' W hav just a few Garrard, Jour speed, RC-88
'"2 automatfc changers. Latest model, indispensable
ri ' r 1 for your HI-FI combination. f
r.lueblen'a CASA SPARTON
Ys. that's rlcht. We have an excellent InVers-
ment oppo7turfity(;open aVd
i 'to b active tn ihe business. V As' a: saTes manager or'
at a manager of one of the Product Lines. Write t- ;
.day! Investment care .STAR '4 HERALD, PANAMA.
GLIDDEN PANAMA, S. A.
r s wi-' t
cps enn "pi cc3T"
.3 : '
. Bsi4ni Paai Ph
H .-' If uay.vs.isi. .M L': I
S '. ' I :
'.- irro- ow I;
. WANTED: Stenographer expe
rienced' competent. Shorthand
; English Spanish, Good spall
: Columbia Pictures, Euiebio Mo
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Small outboard,
speedboat, new 10-hp, Evinrudo
motor, remote controls, $425.
FOR. SALE-I4' boat with trail trail-r,
r, trail-r, excellent condition. Must sell,
$65.00. Call Albrook 86-7161.
FOR SALE; 16 ft. cabin eruis-
er, 25 h.p, Johnson motor, Elec Elec-;,
;, Elec-;, trie, standing. Less than 2 year
, old. Kobbe 6194. 7 s
'a chance for. the InveeW;
to fa p)rt
, 1 '.I . t Ik l I,;
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, THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILl" NEWSPAPER
FRIDAT, AUGUST JO, 195?
TERR? AND THE PIRATM
BY GEORGE WUNDER
f" a iju ii 1 1 1 u r 1 : : w .
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I I'll1 IfPTT y 5fW5KEEM6lS.I-We I HURT HIM, SENT HIM AWAY WARirf VDU WERE W
P! I pi
'i'm awaip i always) ieiV'--
THE STORX OF MARTHA WAfNE
Br WILSON SCRUGGS
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f The Bulld-Up.
By MERILL BLOSSER
I UNDER MypOWT TTQQ
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f V Mu wvm. int.
Old Stuff to.Ooola
WELL.JOETyEH.I DtDN'T fiADFRX THE PlSTOU.
ITS ANuTHtR.i 1 HEY7 ,- GET I' ITS A. JU6S
CAY MY RIFUci FAR!
amo crur ekSV-uicE. V antoue. ru. wave wu
I'D JUST AS SOON TAKE 1 WELL! KNOW THATS SAMUEL
ft OFF NOJR'JDEAU,BOPV' -. A REAA. 1 COLT'S ITENTEDj
Afi TO POS IT UP VVWUEl BENO.VEB.TH' FINEST
j BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
B7 EDGAR MARTIN
TO AVOID GCXUa OUT
-if some HOT markhawA KRESS m?5m
wv pip wu my wcW'i that mam w fat
vr5.7'rf,BJ?'JH.I,,'lT M OPfN BOOK'. MOW
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r HWM-JHAT1L TAK TIMr 1 MTTf It
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Cleaned and Washed
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MORSELS for HIS MAJESTV.
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L10N, POES NOr ADWAVtf STICK TO A,
Rl(<? PIET.OF RAW McI ;
I Sir TlMCtf HE NlBBUBiS AT PAUUEN PKUiT
; ANC TERMITES AS BETWEEN rMEAL SNACKS.
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
i MAJOR BOOPLI
OUT OUR WAT,
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iSrpS-L?S J5 INTO THE WfiONSlLWviMAPS WTD
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II A l4-kARATr IN WAPOLEOM f HArAFF
PCES 4EM A
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tji t m. r.
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Owip Mays iweet till th can is
, empty or your money bockl
. Nw. at yp arr'
Cladyt certainly ii a talker. Isn't h. Mother? Say!.
You didn't da all thoe dishes by yourself!
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.' Fly nw poy lator
Alto flight to rn Caribbean,
Control and South America
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Stassen Returns To US
On Outcome Of Disarmament Par
NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (UP) Harold E. Stassen returned from London today op.
rtimittic about the outcome of the five-natioru disarmament talks.
t "We actually are closer together now than at any time in the past 12 years,"
Stassen said. ,,:
Stassen, chief U.S. delegate to the London disarmament conference, laid the
four western powers, Great Britain, France, Canada and the United States, now are
'Vaiting for a response" from the Soviet Union on the 11 -point disarmament pro-,
Dosal presented by Stassen to the conference yesterday.
Stassen said he. believed the So Soviet
viet Soviet delegate, Valerian A. Zonn,
would forward the western propos proposal
al proposal to Moscow despite Zorin's flat
rejection of the plan yesterday,
"Stassen conceded that Zorin's
remarks, although officially dubbed
"preliminary," posed serious obs obstacles
tacles obstacles to any kind of agreement.
But Stassen described the gen gen-fil
fil gen-fil element among the west
ern powers on the disarmament
proposal as a very signal
tinn He Pointed out that inform
r fWnssinns with other countries
not represented in the United Na Nations
tions Nations disarmament subcommittee
alio had evoked a great deal of
support for the proposal.
Afkiid if he beli-aved the So So-viet
viet So-viet Union was prepared to com
o any kind of agreement on
disarmament, ho ropliod "I have
no way of knowing. The Sovitt
Onion and tho United Staws look
at 'about ovary different way."
Stassen said the Soviet reiec
tions of the proposals up to this
point' were rather to he expect expected."
ed." expected." "'Sometimes the road is rather
tough and rocky, but we must pa patiently
tiently patiently keep at it," he said.
IHo said ho boliovod Zorin's
ttormy denunciation of tho pro pro-ftosali
ftosali pro-ftosali was just "a product of
Stassen remained at the airport
njy long enough to talk to re reporters
porters reporters before boarding another
plena for Washington. He expect expected
ed expected to confer with President Eisen Eisen-.hower
.hower Eisen-.hower and other U.S. government
officials during tne weexena De
(ore returning to London.
t SCENIC RAILWAY
' IETHPAGE, N.Y. (UP) -The
Lopg Island Railroad's new sta station,
tion, station, under construction here, will
be" a passenger's dream as far as
colors are concerned. The line
polled passengers before deciding
on-' aqua, gray and red for the
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
tl hours ending 8 a.m. today,
la prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographlc
Branch of the Panama Canal
max. mph) NW-15 NW-24
RAIN (inches) T .88
(Inner harbors) 88
"THE GIRL IN
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Zm Zsa Gabor Lex Barker Ft tMksHu
Baby Atomic Shot In Nevada
Designed As Blindness Test
ATOP ANGELS' PEAK, Nev.,
Aug. ,30 (UP J Scientists today
unleashed a "baby" nuclear toiast
believed to be part of a safety
equipment td test taaterials to pro protect
tect protect human eyes "from ilash blind blindness.
ness. blindness. :
The d'evice was detonated at
5:40 a.m., the 14th atomic explo explosion
sion explosion of the 20-shot summer "plumb "plumb-bob"
bob" "plumb-bob" series at tre Nevada Prov Proving
ing Proving Grounds.
The device, called "Franklin
Prime," was triggered from a
plastic balloon 750 feet over the
test site. The balloon was anchor anchored
ed anchored to the desert floor.
There were 19 experiments on
the sequence timer. Six Army,
two Navy and 16 Air Force planes
swooned into the test area after
tho chnt in a sunDort training ma
neuver. The planes aiso contameu
IKE GETS CIVIL
(Continued from Face 1)
held the record for a civil rights
t.lkathnn Hp sDent 12 hours ana
19 minutes denouncing a proposed
anti-filibuster rule in 1949.
Under Senate rules, a speaner
cannot leave his place if he wants
to hold the floor, but Thurmond
was able to visit the rest room
once during his long ordeal. He
si DDed out during an mterupuon
by Sen. Barry M. Goldwater (R-
Ariz) and no one called the rule on
During the nieht. Thurmond ap
peared to be carryung on more of
a whispering campaign man a sen senatorial
atorial senatorial debate. His voice at times
was so low it was hardly audible
in the press gallery a few feet
overhead. But with the coming of
daylight it grew stronger.
Mrs. Thurmond, one-time col college
lege college beamy queen, spent most of
the night in the visitor's gallery.
But she was an exception. For th
most part, Thurmond addressed
an empty chamber.
Mrs. Thurmond said her hus husband
band husband looked "wonderful" and
seemed to be bearing up better
than she did.
Protect Voting Rights
The object of all this verbiage
was the bill, already passed by
the House, to provide more pro protection
tection protection of voting rights. It permits
federal judges to issue injunctions
to prevent abuses. It also would
establish a civil rights commis commission
sion commission and a new division in the
One of the interruptions was
provided by Sen. William Know Know-land
land Know-land (R-Calif), who walked into
the Senate at 6:30 a.m. and
warned Thurmond (hat his talka talkathon
thon talkathon was, fruitless. The South Car Carolinian
olinian Carolinian replied that he was seek seeking
ing seeking to educate the Senate and the
country to what he regarded as
the evils of the legislation.
Thurmond got one 37-minute
delicate instruments tp register ra
dinactive material. i
: Despite its small size clear skies
resulted in the piast pemg seen fn
Las Vegas. Nev., and .tKM Ange
les. Buildings in Hollywood also
were, lighted by the oiast.
- It was estibated that the shot
uncorked a power equal Jo about
38,000 tons of TNT; This lireball P"
peared in the sky for about 30 sec
onds, it displayed a vivid ren co
lor and then faded' to orange.
The experiment was; closed to
reporters and newsmen witnessed
the shot from here, about 55 miles
from ground zero. The familiar
mushroom cloud puffed un to a
bout 20,000 feet a minute after
the shot was detonated. The top
of the cloud Was like a ball of cot-
bbreak Wednesday night while
Knowland and Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon Johnson (Tex) ar
gued over the swearing in of Sen-e
lect William E. Proxmire. Another
break came soon after noon yes yesterday
terday yesterday when Proxmire finally took
his oath of office.
The introduction of a delegation
from the Italian Chamber of Dep Deputies
uties Deputies and questions from the floor
gave him other chances to rest
his throat. He sipped occasionally
from a glass of orange juice
S laced on his desk by Sen. Paul
ouglas (D-I11), a supporter of the
Road "election Law
Two aides, Alex McCullough and
Harry S. Dent, alternated in hand
ing Thurmond documents and oth
er materials. He read such things
as the election law of the 48 states
and "The History of the Anglo Anglo-Saxon
Saxon Anglo-Saxon Jury System",
Knowland told Thurmond that
"The Senate is going to stay here
to complete work on this legisla legislation"
tion" legislation" even if it took another month
or two. Thurmond said' later he
realized that Congress wanted to
go home, but that he was "more
interested in preserving the con-
Thurmond's colleague, Sen. Olin
D. Johnston (D-S C), has been
keeping in readiness a massive
speech of his own for .possible use
against the rights bill. But he left
Washington to attend his daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's wedding.
THEIR SHIP CAMI IN
NEW YORK (UPV-Devaluation
of the French frane broueht a
little extra pocket money to more
than half the 1,380 passengers who
saued Wednesday on the Queen
Elizabeth. Those disembarking- at
Cherbourg, France, received $1
and 12 refunds.
. CAMPO ALEGRE BUILDING ;
Aereee n F Hotel Ample prkig spare.
Ope from t:N to J:M iM deriBf ssoea hear.
Five Soldiers, CO?,
Face Court Martial
FORT CARSON.' Colo. (UP)
Five more enlisted men and their
comnanv commander face court-
martial on charges of mistreating
The charges, field yesterday at
Fort Carson, are similar to those
Drougnt against inree uun-cuiumis-sioned
officers of the same outfit outfit-Co.
Co. outfit-Co. I, 39th Infantry Regiment last
. : . a,
In the new charges the follow
ine men either are accused of
striking recruits or issuing unusual
forms of punishment, or Dotn:
Set. Jack Riley. 27. of Bruns
wick, Ga. ; Sgt. Harkules Klelea,
23, of Dover, Del.; fvt. ueorge
Fields Jr., 23, of Chicago; Pvt.
Udell Williams Jr., 23, of Chicago,
and Sgt.. Edwin Jtnutson, 28, of Ai
toon a. Pa. - i
' Their company commander,
Capt John y Webb, was charged
with failing to enforce and obey
certain regulations, and with
"jcacsing the "mianterotf'm est
''Causing the mistreatment"' of
three basic trainees.
-The enlisted men will face spe
cial court-martial after the trial of
Sgt. James L. Hdbbs, 26, of Gun
nison, Mis., which pegms next
Hobbs was charged Monday with
two other men of similar offenses.
They are Sat. First Class Alex
ander Brown,. 26, of Warrington,
Fla., arid Specialist Second Class
Robert E. Neely, 28, of Pelzer,
Tipple In Court
i NEWARK. N.J". (UP) Five men
recovered from hangovers today,
brought on in the interest of sci science.
ence. science. )
The five volunteers "had a ball"
Wednesday in a dignified court
room. They drank their favorite
brands' of scotch, rye and bourbon
to prove the accuracy of a drunk drunk-ometer
ometer drunk-ometer used to test the sobriety of
All were escorted home. Richard
Silver, Essex County traffic safety
coordinator, labelled the experi experiment,
ment, experiment, "a success."
The party began at 10 a.m. e.d.t.
with three-ounce shots of liquor.
Drinking continued at intervals un
til 6:20 p.m., with periodic inter
ruptions for drunkometer and
blood tests. h- ' ''"
The drunkometer proved accu
rate when compared with the blood
test, Silver said. i
One volunteer drank scotch wltn
an orange soda chaser.- Hte didn't
like the teaste of scotch, he ex-N
piamed. He dropped out after 12
shots. The last man lasted 19
The object of the binge was to
demonstrate the effectiveness of
the drunkometer in an effort to
make use of the device compulsory
in New. Jersey,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UP)-i
Sen. Paul Douglas (D-Ill), one of
the Senate's most ardent support
ers of the civil rights bill, played
good samaritan yesterday to Sen.
Strom Thurmond (D-SC), who was
trying to talk the measure to
During the 15th hour of Thur Thurmond's
mond's Thurmond's one-man filibuster, oDoug oDoug-las
las oDoug-las walked into the Senate cham chamber
ber chamber with a pitcher of. orange i"ice.
He poured a tall glass for Thur
Thurmond nodded his thanks
and sipped, the juice.
to wake room for New
Merchandise at INCREDIBLY
. LOW rRICESl v
Reg. from 3.9I
NOW from 1U5
RATS frem .
i Let the people
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US Ajr Force Colonel's travel 1 Papefe
-Marine Charts, Yaiht Reaistraiidh
By TED SCOTT JR.
At the Cristobal Yadit Club
this week is a man who is setting
a new mode in Air Force Travel.
He is Col. Robert Fulton no rela relation
tion relation to the steamboat mam Fulton
is traveling from Norfolk, Virgi Virginia,
nia, Virginia, to San- Francisco, where he
will he stationed at Hamilton Air
Force Base. i
He is going to his next assign
ment in a-yacht, and is making
what to many people would be a
dream voyage through the Baha Bahamas,
mas, Bahamas, the Caribbean, and up the
West Coast to Frisco.
Fulton was last on tho Zone
a yoar after his 'graduation from
Wust Point, in 1932 when ho was
stationed at Prance Field. It
was here on tho Canal Zone that
ho got his first taste of sailing.
While ho was stationed hero ho
built a 14 ft- 'inipo' which is a
popular racing boat today.
( While the Fulton's, were' staion-i
led at Norfolk, where the colonel
was a Deputy Commander at the
Armed Forces Staff Officers Col-i
lege, they decided that they would
make the trip to the West Coast
and proceeded to buy the Sims
a 49 ft. 'motor sailer; and outfit
ted it with two Glesel engines.
The next big problem they fac
ed was finding someone who was
an exoerienced sailor to help them
on the voyage, for although Pulton
had done some sailing in smauer
craft here on the Zone this was to
be his first crack at long range
A cable to the placement bureau
of, Havard University solved their
problem, for at Havard they found
Gregory McDonald, an experienc experienced
ed experienced sailor who Jast summer cap cap-tained
tained cap-tained his own ship. He was look
ing eagerly for an opportunity such
McDonald is a senior majoring
In Enclish. He' will go as far as
Acapulco and there he will leave
the expedition to return 10 scnooi.
Tho expedition which also in includes
cludes includes fiw of the Fulton's Sev Sevan
an Sevan children; Daisay 15, Duncan
14, Barbara 12, Moffy I, and Bar Barry
ry Barry 4, (tho other two have grad graduated
uated graduated from college in tho states,
one from WeMesy and the other
from Smith) left Virginia Beach
mar Norfolk July 15.
They traveled down the inland
Red Cross Seeks
More Funds For
The American Red Cross is ask asking
ing asking military and civilian personnel
of U. S. Army Caribbean to join
in an undertaking to raise addi additional
tional additional funds to assist the victims
of Hurricane Audrey.
This is in conjunction With an
appeal by the Secretary of Health,
Welfare and Education, at the di direction
rection direction of President Dwight D.
Eisenhower, to all employes of the
Federal Government asking for di disaster
saster disaster assistance for those suffer suffering
ing suffering from the devastation caused
by the hurricane in the southern
and middle sections of the United
States. f .
Contributions for this current e-
mergency should be mailed direct
by contributors to the local chap chapter
ter chapter of the American Red Cross,
Box 322, Balboa Heights, or be
given tp post Red Cross represen
One Of Three Hurl
Badly In Car Crash
Still Seriously Sick
Two of the met seriously injur-j
ed when a truck converted to a
labor carrier turned over on Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Highway Tuesday are off the
seriously 01 list at Gorges Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital today. But Margarita Arauz
Reina, 40, Panamanian, the most
seriously hurt ef the trio, is still
in a critical condition.
The two who are Improving are
Jose Gutierrez, 60, and Ignacie
Gondolo Estrada, 35, both Pana Panamanians.
manians. Panamanians. "'', r
Tee other Injured mea left the
hoevital late Tuesday.
Canal Zone police have as yet
filed ne charges against Encarna Encarna-etoa
etoa Encarna-etoa Corpat, 34, driver of the ve vehicle.
hicle. vehicle. - .". i
It is anderstood to be 'doubtful
whether any charges will be filed
until the outcome of Arauz Bei Bei-oa'a
oa'a Bei-oa'a Injures becomes know.
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1957
' '. f K $ t :! '11 i.
V M ?1 j$ 11
LppKING FORWARD to the
Sirius is the major portion of
ton, Muffy, Col. Fulton, Barbara Duncan, and, Johnnie Johnson an biai;saU''lrora Nassau.
waterway to Savannah where they
neaaea to sea, and tnen from Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah on to Ft. Lauderdale their
last port in the United States.
Alter r t. juauaeraaie the itinera itinerary
ry itinerary read: Nausau, Georgetown, "Ni-
caro in moa, uuantanamo Bay,
Kingston and Cristobal. ,- -.
They arrived here in Cristobal
the night of July 20,
In Nassau the Sirius added an
other member to tre crew.' He wes
grinning Johnnie Johnson, a vet
eran sailor who has been a mem
ber of several famous racing
crews, unce ne sauea with carl carl-ton
ton carl-ton Mitchell, of Transatlantic
Yacht Race Fame
Johnnie was signed on to help
the expedition through the shoals
and reefs betwwen Nassau and
Georgetown, with which he is thor
oughly familiar. But when the Si
nus reached. Georgetown he de
cided to stay for the rest of the
voyage to iisco. :
Says Fulton, "Johnnie ailt he he-had
had he-had to stay nd take care of u.
Ho 4lt It was his duty to see'
that nthing happens to" us." 4
' One would think that being trap-
pea on a yacht with, five kids
would be a harrowing experience
rather than a pleasure voyage.
t'Not so," says Mrs." Fulton. AShe
aaos, ine Kids have been won
derful, and they're having the
time of their lives."
The Colonel confirmed' this:
They're bettor sailort than we
are, and they cwrtainly held their
. A'" I i igmmmmmmm--- aae-aasr. xf J 1 j J
IK T jhe PLACE IS THE WEST INDIES. ; f
V : WHERE, THE SUN HIDES MANY THINGS! ;
: JOAN FONTAINE i M A JJ x-C'.
y DOROTHY DANDRIDGE V :'Y;'rrT rr rr': S
.. .and co-starrint y '; : C ,." v!; -' ; y'V:;
yLy HARRY BELAFONTE "1 I Qn'emaScoPIs
" ?: v AS BOYEUR .r cocor v1 7
iter mia :
cduntry i$ iafe Abraham- Lincoln.
' 1 i"' "I -i'Ii i7i linn
last leg of trielr. trip to" San Francisco on board the 49-ft.Vcht
the ship's company. They are left; to right. Barrv Mrs FuU
. own when we went through the
Windward Passage." 1
The Windward Passage is the
turbulent Strait between the east eastern
ern eastern end of Cuba and the island of
Haiti.' Severe turbulence in this, a
rea is caused bv 'a convergence
of four main streams,. The waves
are big enough to make any hear
ty salt a little green under the
glllS. ' t' 'h
' The kids fish during the V day
time,, and at night when the
weather is bice they sleep out on
tne aecic.7 . ,-'-.-.
. "Fulton has twr -months 1 e a v e
and 13 days; travel time to get to
Frisco, and he said, "I plan to
use every minute of it."
I iae Dinui is equippea -wna a
ship-to-shore radio, a tathometer,
a radio direction finder, and' a
short wave receiver. The fathome
ter, which operates on the princi
ple of sonar proved to bee xtreme?
ly helpful in the crossing of the
reefs and) shoal between Nassau
and.i Georgetown! ...,.'..?
One -problem on the voyage was
the' extreme difficulty of receiving
the weather reports in English, aft after
er after they had left.Georgctown, and
since none of the crew could speak
MTTr Having iMngsTon I n
Enolith weather Noorta became
n almost non-existent. For safety's v
sake tho Sinus sprinted the' 575
miles from Kingston to Cristobal
In thrrii and oho helf days.
f So far the trip has been econo
. AllY NEWSPAPER A , 'a
irtical. On the 1200 miles betweeit
Norfolk and Cristobal the Sirius r
used only 800 gallons of iuel. She
mwwiv .uuui bcvcu juiijlx. inn.c m
either today or tomorrow. TK e
f nlls fnr th IR.tnn noiiM ...ill .k.l
times gets up to two and a Tvr
miles to the gallon. r -S I
The Sirius will tranMt the Canal?
...w v twi J ULll. V- M
$11.52. Since she .is only1 49 5 ft.
long.i the Sirus will. : be jable to Ij
make its lockages with another f
V From ht f thi; Fulteng .will ijjo
rfo Puerto Armmlles end- from
; th-ro p the west coast tg Aca
After Ac a nulco itMll' be: ton to
Frisco for the end of. a d r e a m
trip and an unsual ohapter in the
history of Air Force gravel.
Irving Duncan Armstrongr 37,
Panamanian, was fined .$10 in
Balboa Magistrate's ,; Court to today
day today for having operated a ehl
cle when he had no driver's H H-eenscvj;,
eenscvj;, H-eenscvj;, i.-
Armstrohg ,w&s caught on' the ;
Penitentiary .Road at Gamboa
after he was" involved in an ac
Judge's Bench 4
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