The Panama American

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

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

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Nonchalant As Ever

Miro Says

Are Joke In Bad Taste
Ruben 0. Miro today described hit three bullet wounds as "a joke in a bad taste."
He got the wounds in an ambush' attempt on his life Monday night.
But the, nonchalant attorney, tried and acquitted last December on charges of
the maehinegun assassination of President Jose A. Remon in 1955, refused to com comment
ment comment today on four arrests ordered by District Attorney Antonio de Leon in connec connection
tion connection with the attempt on his life.
De Leon yesterday questioned the brothers, Alberto and Enrique Cuellar Arose-
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and also Jeronimo Hue,
five arrested
as suspects in
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
A REPORTED CONFLICT be between
tween between Education Minister Carlos
Succre and members of tne teach teacher's
er's teacher's personnel board was orusned
off today by both sides as being
"only a difference of opinion.
Both Sucre and Prof.
Ttfeiis Dutarv. chairman
Miguel
of the
personnel board, said they
were
in accord on tne mauei
annnintment of a number
of the
of new
teachers, but differed siignuy on
the manner in which the appoint,
ment should be carried out.
The tabloid La Hora ravealed
today that next ytar' bodftt
request for the Nativat Guard
would bo increased by $100,000
in order to provide for the pur purchase
chase purchase ef new. patrol ear. ov ov-r
r ov-r pensions of' those guardsmen
who are tip far retirement and
provide epent
prompt nieKHijatien of Rational
Guard foreo In the Interior.
r.rouna of Panama businessmen
aro said to be mobilizing their
finances tn huv the Panama Sav
inax Bank and the Banco Naeio-
nal if the government decides to
put them up for sale as recom.
mended by Alvin Mayne, a U.S.
economist from Puerto Rlto.
Mayne recommended the sale of
the Banco Nacionai ana nan m
the Savings Bank as one of the
measures to aid in stabilizing Pa Panama'!
nama'! Panama'! economy.

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TIGHT FIT Jeanne Brown, 28, of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,
is helped out of her predicament by firemen at City prison in
San Francisco after she got stuck between the bars of her cell.
Booked on a drunk charge, Miss Brown tried to squeeze through
a narrow opening but when half way through she found that
she could not go forward or backward. The firemen tugged and
hauled on her for 40 minutes before resorting to hack saws
and crowbars.

Colon Free Zone Boss Encourages Staff

By KEN JONES
Has vour boss ever caught
you during working houra lying
on your back, eyes close.1. sip sipping
ping sipping coffer and listening to the
radio?
Have you any Idea what your
boss would do it he did find
you like this?
Well, believe it or not, Joseph
Harrington, big chief of the
Pfteer Corporation branch In
Colon often finds his staff do doing
ing doing just this.
And he tiptoes away and
shuts the door softly behind
him.
Because he is confident, that
the staff-member is meditating

Bullet Wounds

Carlos Kowe arm uomingo
the Miro shooting.
The District Attorney said to today
day today there were strong indica indications
tions indications linking villarreal with the
case. Villarreal is an employe
of the National Assembly and
a member of the PNR faction
of the National Patriotic Coali Coalition.
tion. Coalition. Villarreal said he returned
from a trip to Costa Rica Mon Monday
day Monday atternoon and, gave the
district attorney an account of
his action? from the time of
his arrival up to the, time of the
attempt on Miro's life.
De Leon said he intended to
check out Villarreal's alibi to today.
day. today. All of the suspects have de
nied participation in the at attack.
tack. attack. De Leon said he would
probably question them again
today.
Of the other three suspects,
Alberto Cuellar, is the only
one regarded as a personal
enemy of Miro. Cuellar is one
of the six persons who share
a S50,000 reward for furnish furnishing
ing furnishing Information which led to
the arrest of Miro as one of
the alleged assissins of Pres President
ident President Remon.
During Miro's trial when
CueUar-wa called to the wit witness
ness witness staria by the' prosecution
he and Miro indulged in par particularly
ticularly particularly bitter name -calling
while he was being cross exam examined
ined examined by Miro. k
.Mirp is believe te ha?e
escapes Seat Meiiday night
by tke fact that in -leaving
the home of his brother Ri Ri-cardo,
cardo, Ri-cardo, on 47th Street, he en entered
tered entered his automobile by the
door on the right side, which
was facing the house, instead
of walking Behind the car to
enter from the driver's side.
The car In which the would would-be
be would-be assassins were waiting was
parked some distance away be behind
hind behind Miro's automobile.
Caught irnaware's by Miro's
unusual maneuver, they were
forced to drive up alongside
Miro's car to shoot at him, thus
giving him a chance to flatten
out on the front seat and to
on improvements which could
be made in his department and
how to do his Job more effi efficiently.
ciently. efficiently. This philosophy, Har Harrington
rington Harrington Insists, has paid divi dividends
dends dividends over and over again.
General manager Harrington
si lowed me around the Pfizer
warehouse In the Colon Free
Zone jam-packed with a couple
of million dollars worth of fer fertilizers,
tilizers, fertilizers, antibiotics, and hor hormone
mone hormone animal feed. Incidental Incidentally,
ly, Incidentally, Pfizer was one of the first
firms W take advantage of the
Free Zone facilities.
We, walked through the of offices
fices offices where calculating ma machines
chines machines click constantly, making
hour by hour inventories of the

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open the door through which he
had just entered.
It is believed that if Miro
had walked behind his auto automobile
mobile automobile to enter the car, he
would have been an easier
target for his attackers.
Meanwhile, Nicolas D'Anello,
the Panama student who was
arrested when a quantity of
arms was found in an auto
mobile he was driving, was
scheduled to be freed today as
soon as bail of $3000 has been
posted.
Yesterday Panama City Se Secret
cret Secret Police reported the con confiscation
fiscation confiscation of five new M-l -30
cal. rifles at a house In Rio
Abajo. Five persons have been
arrested in connection with
the finding of the arms
cache.
Detectives said the weapons
had been brought into Panama
by politicians with subversive
intentions.
Flames Shoot High
Over Tanker Wreck
Hours After Collision
NEWPORT, R. U AueJS fJJPI)
Gasnline-fed flames shot high
over the hulk of a wrecked tank
er 4arty today, a vigil liehT p-wk.
IS dead and 36 injured in a two two-ship
ship two-ship collision. i
4
Navy and Ctfist guard firefigbt firefigbt-ing
ing firefigbt-ing crews abandoned attempts to
extinguish the raging blaze in the
S.S. Graham yesterday afternoon
after nearly seven hours of futile
battling.
The 1,475 ton coastal tanker, eai eai-rying
rying eai-rying a million gallons of gasoline,
collided in a heavy fog at the
mouth of Newport harbor with a
larger tanker, the 16,0z0-ton Gulf Gulf-oil.
oil. Gulf-oil. The resulting explosions and
fire formed a funeral pyre for 15
crew members of the larger ship,
including the skipper, Capt. Mon Mon-treville
treville Mon-treville Eden of Port Arthur, Tex.
Thirty-seven men including a har harbor
bor harbor pilot were aboard.
The Gulfoil was outbond from
Providence where it had emptied
a five million gallon cargo of oil.
But the volatile fumes in her holds
made the vessel "a stick of dyna.
mite," according to one survivor.
Though the Graham burned un uncontrollably
controllably uncontrollably her 13mair crew es escaped
caped escaped although some were serious
ly burned by the blazing gasoline
on the waters.
Soviets End
Maneuvers Along
Turkish Border
MOSCIW (UPI) -The Soviet
government announced today
that Red army maneuvers have
ended along the Turkish and Iran Iranian
ian Iranian frontiers.
The maneuvers of the Transcau Transcau-casian
casian Transcau-casian and Turkenian military dis districts
tricts districts and Bltck Sea fleet began
July 18 at the height of the Mid Middle
dle Middle East crisis.
$100
Sp3 Earle Ray Anthony, 36,
was fined $100 by Judge Loren
B. Hlllsinger at Cristobal Ma Magistrates
gistrates Magistrates Court yesterday for
being drunk in charge of an
automobile on Randolph Road.
It was stated that his car was
zig-zagglng across the road.
stock, and then Harrington
paused before a door in the far
corner.
He opened the door on a
cozy, dark oak panelled room
softly lit, a radio playing softly
and a coffee pot bubbling in
the corner. Two members of his
staff were deep In commodious
armchairs.
"I encourage my staff to come
In here and think," he said.
"Naturally it is better to be
comfortable for this process. If
1 come in and find someone ly lying
ing lying on a couch with his eyes
shut I am delighted."
The "Thinking Room" Is a
sanctum sanctorum for the ten
members of the Pfizer staft.

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LEST THEY FORGET Kenneth Lampert, 5, places a bouquet of flowers at the feet of Miss
Shigeko Nlimoto, a victim of the Hiroshima atomic blast, following a flower bearing procession
to the United Nations Plaza to mark the atom bomb attack on Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6,
1945. Miss Nlimoto came to the U.S. in 1955 to undergo plastic surgery for the disfigurement
caused by the bombing. The procession was sponsored by the Greater New York Committee
for a Sane Nuclear Policy.

Canal Zone, Panamanian Engineers
Inspect Balboa Bridge Approaches

Panama and: Canal Zone of officials
ficials officials yesterday discussed the
proposed alignment and ap-
proaehes oi the Kith
Roberto Lopez Jabrega, -win-J
ister of Public wonts, togeiner
with Lt. Gov. John D. McElheny,
Lj. Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr.,
Engineering and Construction
Director, and a number of other
Panama and Panama Canal
Company engineers, made an
on-the-spot survey lonowmg an
orientation meeting held in the
board room of the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights
were Lopez Fabrega and his en engineers
gineers engineers were greeted by Gov. W.
E Potter
An outline of the proposed
alignment and overall bridge
program was made by Brown.
An explanation of the foun
dation and alignment problems
was made by A. R. Narti, cnier
of the Civil Engineering Branch,
and E. B. Stephens, chief or tne
Structural Branch, described
some of the superstructure de design
sign design features.
The party then made a field
trip to the sites of the bridge
approaches, during which they
Quarry Heights CI
Dies Of Alcoholism
Panamanian authorities have
stated, after conducting an au autopsy
topsy autopsy on the body of a U.S.
soldier who died in his car at
the Quince Letras restaurant
on the Transisthmian Highway
early Tuesday, that he died
from "extreme alcoholism."
The soldier was Sp5 Charles
M. Tyree of the U.S. Army sig signal
nal signal service at Quarry Heights.
He was 37.
Dangerous Bend
Dorothy Salazar, matronly maid
for a Ft. Kobbe family, was stand,
ing on the sidewalk outside her
employer's house tending a baby
in a Stroller.
She bent over to talk to the
baby when wham fast-pedalinq,
nine-yearold James Dennis Speck Speck-ler
ler Speck-ler had arrived from aft.
Dorothy landed in a drainage
ditch, was later taken to Santo
Tomas hospital with bruises.

To Go To Sleep On Job

There is no telephone in the
room and the secretaries are
forbidden to enter unless they
have an urgent message. The
room is equipped with wicker
"thinklnR couches" built to the
shape of the body.
There is also 'a reading table
stocked with magazines and
reading matter which Harring Harrington
ton Harrington considers his staff ought to
read. In fact, the reading is
compulsory.
"Some people have accused
me of brain-washing," he said,
"but this policy gets results. I
have a first-class staff. They
know their Jobs, they are a a-breast
breast a-breast of latest developments
and they are full of ideas for

visited Chorrillo Hill and La

Boca where the east side ap approaches
proaches approaches will be located; and
Thatcher Highway and, Parfan

in, the site, of the west bauklbo Police. taUoh y,iy witjh
pproaches1. x department heads giving tlr,m

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a nnrna n Vi oc
A twit aiso was mane w ine
Ancon. core shed where 4fre
stored the various core samples
taken from the locations select selected
ed selected for the piers and an expla explanation
nation explanation of the materials found
was made by R. H. Stewart,
Panama Canal geologist.
In addition to Lopez Fabrega,
the Panama delegation includ included
ed included Cornelius C. Bodey, director
of CAM; Jorge I. Barnett, chief
of the technical section of
CAM; Jose B. Martinez and An Antonio
tonio Antonio J. Alfaro.
ndustrial Division's
tew Boss Thompson
Arrives On Isthmus
Capt. Geoffrey Thomp s o n
USN, new chief of the industrial
Division, arrived on the Isthmus
today from the United States
or,iv,TianiPH hv his Wife alld
aLtuuijjiwvv "j
UHe wafmeUt the airport by
uapi. iiugn o. n-iicn,
whom he will succeed as head
of the Canal's Industrial Divi-'
sion later this month.
Thompson has had mai.y
vears or navai excellence
(UIU
comes to the Isthmus from the
staff of the commander of the
Amphibious Forces Pacific in
San Diego, where he has been
stationed for the past two years.
Previously he spent three
years with naval repair facil facilities
ities facilities in San DieRo; three and
one half years with the Bureau
of Ships, Naw Department in
Washington, D.C.; and two
years on the staff of the com commander
mander commander of the Columbia Group
Pacific Reserve Fleet in Astoria,
Oregon.
During World War II, he was
engineerinp; officer on the USS
Wharton and the USS River Riverside.
side. Riverside. Knecr who has been chief of
the Industrial Division for the
past two years, will .sail with
his familv Aug. 28 for his new
station at the Brooklyn Navy
tfard.
improving their departments."
Staff members never stay in
one department for long. They
shift around so that they never
get stale and never get in a
rut, "Specialists are too easy to
create, says.
H?ie are two philosophies of
business success by popular
Harrington, who directs much
of the international burUieso of
his firm:
Surround youiself with com competent
petent competent people -- and then keep
o'it of the wa;
Get vour. elf a pipe with an
extra thick stun and just a
small hole .strong enough to
chew hard on over obscure memorandums.

Paraiso School
Group Takes Tour
Of Police Station

Twenty members of the Paraiso
High School safety committee were
taken on a conducted tour of BaL
snort tauts as mey pasaeo rnrougn.
The party was headed by high
school teacher Ernest A. Wattley,
acting Capt. Frederick C. McKen-.
zie and Lt. Holland Gall.
Balboa Police Chief, Capt. Gad Gad-dis
dis Gad-dis Wall, spoke to them briefly
on the organization and duties of
the Canal Zone police and their
interest in community projects.
Capt. S. P. Trail conducted them
through the jail and explained
the procedures involved from the
time a person is arrested until
they ?rr tried and sentenced or
acquitted.
Detective Sgt. Frrd E. Perra
showed them the detective offices
and laboratory and have a de.
scription of the detective unit.
The tour was terminated with
a talk by Sgt. Waller Alves. Jr.,
senior traffic officer, on traffic
safety.
Military Honors
g
il10R03Y 0 L8I6
Arthur J. McNally
i oraveside services will be held
at Corozal Cemetery Monday at
10:00 a.m. for Arthur J. Mc McNally,
Nally, McNally, retired employe of the
U.S. Navy who died Aug. 2 in
the Balboa YMCA where he
made his home.
Military honors will be given
by the members of The First
Battle Group of the 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Fort Kobbe and religi religious
ous religious services will be conducted
by Chaplain Col. Silas E. Deck Decker.
er. Decker. A native of Wakefield, Mass.,
Mr. McNally served as a mas master
ter master sergeant in the United
States Army during the Fi st
World War and was discharged
from service in Gatun. He was
employed by the former Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division from 1920 to
1935 and by the former Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Engineers from 1039 to
1942. From l'!43 to 194 he was
with the Canal Mechanical Di
vision and from 1946 unth his
retirement two years ago he
was employed by the U S. Navy.
At the tiin? of his death he
was 04 years old.
3 Trucking Firm
Employes Fined
For Stealing Soap
Three Panamanians wer lined
$15 each by Judge Ioren B. Hill Hill-singer
singer Hill-singer at Cristobal Magistrates
Court yesterday for stealing a
case of soap from Cristobal
freight house Sunday afternoon.
They were Magdaleno Archibald,
27, Roberto Alcnron 21, and To Tomas
mas Tomas Venancio Ortiz, 39, employes
ol the Terminales Panama truck trucking
ing trucking company.
Value of the soap was $17.28.

Dulles Map
Strategy

Today's Meet

WASH'NGTON, Aug. 8 (UPI) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Faster Dulles shaped
up American strategy for the emergency U.N. Assembly
on the Middle East scheduled to get under way late to today
day today but nor expected to get down to business until next
week.

Indications were that

gency assembly would be relatively limited in scope, al although
though although directed to what ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge,
Jr. yesterday called the "fundamental broad problems in

volved.
Promises of stepped up American economic aid for
the Middle East are expected to be made only if a satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory degree of political stability is assured officials
said.
Diplomatic authorities were inclined to believe Pres- j
ident Eisenhower would make a personal appearance at'
the Assembly next week to kick off the American part of
the debate, but the White House said.no decision had yet
been reached. The President has said he would go to the
Assembly if it appeared "necessary and desirable

Meanwhile British Prime Minii Minii-ter
ter Minii-ter Harold Macmillan,, Jujuv Jujuv-sualjy
sualjy Jujuv-sualjy b1unlywnrtied note, accus accused
ed accused SovlefPrtn' NrfDirush NrfDirush-chev
chev NrfDirush-chev of reneging on an agreement
to participate in. a Summit confer conference
ence conference in the U.N. Security Council.
Macmillan cited Khrushchev's
own words to back up his charges
in the note delivered to the Krem
lin yesterday. The note was in re--ly
to Khrushchev's letter Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, in which the Soviet premier
scuttled the Summit-council plan
and demanded an emergency ses session
sion session of the U.N. General Assembly
to take up the Middle East crisis
Communist propaganda ma machines
chines machines have been going all out in
an attempt to pin the blame on
the West for torpedoing the Sum
mit -council meetinc.
Macmillan told Khrushchev "I
regret that. ..you have withdrawn
your agreement, very clearly set
out in your letter of July 23 for
a special session ef the Security
Council to be attended by the
heads of government."
To emphasize his point, the Brit British
ish British prime minister quoted sever several
al several passages from his recent cor cor-resnonrience
resnonrience cor-resnonrience with Khrushchev.
"May I remind you of your
words?" Macmillan said, and
then cited the following:
"We learned with satisfaction
that you, Mr. Prime Minister, are
rcarlv to go to New York fsr a
special meeting of (he Securilv
council with the participation of
the heads of government ... the
Soviet Union will be repre.fntcd
at this session by the chairman of
the Council o' Ministers of I lie
U.S.S.R. (Khrushchev)."
Macmillan said that the sDccial
U.N. General Assembly mei'lin-:
w?s acceptable to Britain. Rjl, he
added:
"I do however still think th.it
more progress could have ben
made on Middle Eastern ques questions
tions questions by a meeting of the Securi Securi-the
the Securi-the heads of government could
theheads of government could
negotiate as we'1 s debate."
Today's General Assembly meet
ing was exnrctoH to be rlpvoltd 1o
opening formalities. Britain si" si"-gesled
gesled si"-gesled that the asscmblv should
delay the start of any substan'iv"
debate on the Middle East until
next Wednesday.
Lorije. nresonting the demand
for an Assembly session, accused
Russia of nerformin? i "s.mer "s.mer-sault"
sault" "s.mer-sault" regarding plans for a sum summit
mit summit meeting in the Sec r'ty Coun Council
cil Council and pointed out that Sovip Sovip-Premier
Premier Sovip-Premier Khrushchev reversed his
position only after a trip to Peip
ing for talks with Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Premier Mao Tse tung.
Lodge recalled the long scries
of negotiations by correspondence!
between Khrushchev and Presi President
dent President Eisenhower and other West West-ern
ern West-ern leaders which led the I ni'e-U
States to withhold its request fori
an emergency session of the den-1
cral Assembly.
"Khrushchev made
Peiping and after it,
his trip to
he changec

his mind, and future hislomns lhe United Kingdom reprrsen reprrsen-mav
mav reprrsen-mav some day know why," Loder tatives also assured us that, they

said.
"In these circumstances, we
have regretfully concluded that
because the Soviet governmeni
has changed its mind, the Securi-

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U.S. objectives in the emer
Lebanon s Calm,
Also Cafe Window
BEIRUT, Aug. 8 (UPI) Tw
bomb explosions early this morn,
ing shattered the calm which hat
prevailed in Lebanon since the
election of Gen. Fuad Chehab a
president nine days ago.
A police sergeant on the spot
said two persons were killed and
four injured when one bomb went
olf in the Ren Azar raf in th
Place des Cannons, Beirut's main
square.
However, no official eonfirmV
tion of his figures was linmedi!
ately available.
No one was injured in the oth other
er other bomb explosion in the Bab el
Driss section of the capital.
The bomb blast in the rfe,
which went off at 7:50 a in
the second attack in the months
on (hp co fee shop owned by 15 15-mile
mile 15-mile Azar a close friend ol pro pro-Wesicrn
Wesicrn pro-Wesicrn President Camiile Cha-
I
1 mnitn
i
1 The force of this morning's
blast ripped out the cafe's 'ront
window and shattered windows of
i neighboring buildings.
ty Council
cannot fulfill its respon-
sibilitv.
"Whilp the motive of the Soviet
somersault is not altogether clear,
it is clear that the Soviet ruleri
do not want a high level Securi Security
ty Security Council meeting at this time.
"Perhaps they are embarrassed
at having their absurd charges
considered in this council."
Although both Russia and the)
United Siatcs denianded an emer
geney meeting of the assembly,
the Soviet call was couched in
propaganda terms demanding the
immediate withdrawal of Ameri American
can American troops from Lebanon and ol
Rntish lorces from Jordan.
Soviet Ambassador Arkady Ai
Sobolev. in his part of a remark remarkably
ably remarkably mild exchange with Lodge
charged that the United States and
Britain now have sorrie 70,000 men
in thp Middle East.
"The representatives of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States," he Sfid, "never
ceae to assure us that they
burn with drsire to withdraw
troops from Lebanon as soon at
possible. But in se'ret or .under
camouflage the United States
is increasing its force there.
"During our discussion in the
Security Council, its troops have
been increased from 3,500 to 15,
999 and other sourc fe said they
are up to 20,000
ft
would withdraw their iroons. I
ever, fresh contingents of British
troops are arriving in Jordan and
recently they had a strength ol
5,000 men there."



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lUi MAIL BOX

Sir:

CANTO FOR COCOLI

Breathes there town with soul as dead
as Cocoli since the Shows have fled?
Where once the lowliest lent a hand
to keep this place a friendly stand,
Yes this was once a bappy place
with footsteps light, and smihn face,
Where everv night the Club was bright
instead of gloomy, in sad plight;
No more the movie voices blare
the stillness of Ihe nights' cool air;
No more the patter of little feet
up and down the aisle to boogie-neat,
No more the clamor for more popcorn
or candy bars, or blasting horn;
The traffic cops have lost their beats
as silence reigns the empty streets;
Where are the voices of yesteryear.
the noisy veiling for a beer'
The wistful hope for movies new,
the laughter, and the "how are you?
Gone with the wind far out of sight
the faces once who filled the night
The town's a ghost town tho folks are near
but Bingo's the only word you 11 hear:
There's nothing else, for all is shut down
and all th-re is is a dismal town;
Now it's up to the Navy, the officers here.
to bring bark the movies the fan and thecheer,
To live and let live this neat little town
that is seriously caught with its Tinger
MORAL HAZARDS IN PANAMA

! Th. "Tariies of J Street" letter (Mail Box. Aug 51 gives only a

J.JStreet but inrougnou., u.r - nPrdlers and

teeets. are reeking wun proMmuco,
slon of every sort rheao filthy and un-

3 d ves without even a pretense of sanitation: acme so sac sac-Iff!..
Iff!.. sac-Iff!.. ; .. hihlieal names.

TtLS n Vont thi; incred-ibb. rotten situation is that

'Wither 1he officials of the country nor our own officials or un m
4jf our military forces make any apparent effort
Responsibility in" the matter, to safeguard .ltJM
ifeur young men in the service who are permitted, even encouraged,
!f eA.erihFeafaatheSr of two fine young men in the Armed' Forces one
lirf whom is serving on the Isthmus of Panama. I am appealing to
' 1 Sectors and Congressmen in Washington.
Flood who has seen much of this are, to demand a thoroug h on-the-srouid
mvistiRation and report on the situation heie, and I am beg
iK that effective immediately and until uh time as the immorality
JP1 health hazards are eectiv.tf e$mlnatd that our sons in the
'? service be kept out of Panama. ,
ferTurge other mothers aM fathers who care for the morals and wel wel-''t
''t wel-''t fare of heir bovs in the service to do likewise by promptly calling
jt their government representatives for action. shocked

By VICTOR RIESEL
MUNICH There are men here
who will not walk some streets at
night even under body guard. Nor
will they talk aloud or place ...uch
trust in a stranger no matter what
credentials he carries. They are
the leaders of the virtually un unknown
known unknown anil Communist under underground
ground underground whose agents have pane"
trated the Soviet Union.
These men have been threaten threatened,
ed, threatened, blackmailed, dosed with spe special
cial special poisons and shot at. They
know that Soviet agents come e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped with fountain pen guns
and cigarette cases powered by
tiny electric gadgets which can
spew two or three uullels to ywji.
And no one knows that a shut was
fired, for these tiny arms tarry
ingenious silencers.
Xife here for the leaders of spe special
cial special anti-Communist groups oi es escapees
capees escapees from over the nearby Sov Soviet
iet Soviet border has its own brand of
Russian roulette. Just trust one
wrong "friend" and you've lost to
an agent o the "new" and tough tougher
er tougher Soviet Secret Police, tbe KGB.
This is ihe successor to the MOB
the MVD and the NKVD right on
back to the first Cheka.
The foreign anti Communists
here wpn t really talk because
they don't think the world will be believe
lieve believe their tales of terror in the
night.
Sometimes they will meet a
stranger like myself and merely
will say watch the new Soviet sec secret
ret secret police chief, Ivan Alexandro Alexandro-vich
vich Alexandro-vich Serov. He is so powertul now
in Russia that he is second only to
Nikita Khrushchev, who has i. ade
Serov a full member of the Soviet
Communist Party's Central Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. The anti-Communist spe specialists
cialists specialists concentrated here varn
that Serov, more successfully
than other Russian espionage and
security chiefs, will infiltrate A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's strategic unions and vi vital
tal vital industries.
Swiftly, to ward o'f disbelief,
they point out that some eight
months ago the Soviet secret po police
lice police infiltrated the U.S. State Dept.

mission in Berlin. A Red agent be-

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Small Industries
By PETER EDSON

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milyWasHINGTON

MERRY-GO -KOi

HW MAHM J

WASHINGTON President Ei. lighted to learn that the u's. Court
SAnii.iwor i.fin'f Irnnw i mil MP n. Ann.-.i. .it

Atomic Energy Commission has held that you and Leslie Garnet!
iripii .hroA .luiAB In 001 nim In Hiri n,. iii..,i.i. A. ,. -.

call off the demonstration of its Jordon murder case. .Itnator

so-caiied "clean u-ooraD next Momer C leurt ei In ,,-,,
mon.il. 1 Thanks" lor the wnrH ftrj It '.

Eatn time, the paiae guard that; Congreso:.,i .,, oot..t"
staiias between Ike and yovarn-; Indiana legisla.or, not you who
men. agencies has Dounced me re 1 said that "iv.iph h.m.--.Vj!T.

quest back. leaves Washington, the tfrst is
White House advisers have told I rows of the com urn c," ,y jjv a xtd
the Atomic Energ'y Commission bye should be composed of Con
that in view oi ai". td&Uiiluuv uV gre smen wiio win re aim on U-e
er the "clean" bomb, it's coo late first time a or SfVPr.il roof ,.r

.o back out. trying." It was good enough to
The idea of showing off a 'clean' be yours.
H.bomo to the world was promo.!
ed by Adm. Lewis Strriss who WHEN nor CONGRESS
retired last month as Atomi; iS ADJOURN"

nergy Chairman. Now that he h.is

oeen dropped, me otner comniis
sioners would like to drop his idea

PresHen' Eisenhower told Re Re-publican
publican Re-publican Congressional leaders

to

WASHINGTON (NEA) A ques-i sumption is imported. Mexico fur fur-tion
tion fur-tion on whether the U.S. govern-l nished 55 per cent, Spain 14 Ita
ment should grant a subsidy to ly 13, Germany and Canada 9

save two companies in a small in-1 per cent ur.ch. Foreign producers

came the assistant to one of our UU5lIJ 1111 lne recession nas are opposing me proposed sucsiuy

,Deen raised by me Domestic Min-as discriminatory and a voilation

Tube subsidiary, producing 10 per
cent oi the U.S. total. It would be
principal benenciary of the act.
Ozark-Mahoning's principal pro production
duction production is at North Gate, Colo. It
was opened in February, 1952 As
a Korean war production facility,

60

perts who have been invited

witness the demonstration.
The Communist countries have

refused to send representatives on

me grounds it will be a "pro "propaganda
paganda "propaganda show."

t-ven friendlv countries havp

pressed skepticism, including our

neignoors to me north. The Cana Canadians
dians Canadians replied frankly that they

would rather not at'enrt but would
put in an appearance, if we insist-

ed, in order to save American
face.

BOX-SCORE

important officials. I will not men-iDeen raised by me Domestic Min- as discriminatory and

tion the official's name. He is a erals Stabilization Act, now betore of trade agreements.

decent, hard-working execuuve or ; "-""b uniy seven u.a. companies mineine bu,uw piani was given a
our mission who almost tore him-!,.,As Psed by the Senate, the fluorspar domestically. For the per cent lasi, tax write off,

self in half when our security a-!mu woula Provide subsidy pay- last two years they have employ-, mounting to nearly $499,000.

menis oi around 75 million dol- ed 800 men at mines. 700 at re-

lars a year for five years to Xj.S. duction mills. Five of the U. S.
producers of lead, zinc, tungsten producers are captive companies
and acid grade flourspar. I whose entire output goes into alu
The House Interior Committee' minum and chemicals.
added beryl, chromite and colum-
bium tantalium. j The only two companies tnatt

gents there told him that his aide
was selling secrets to a division
of Strov's KGB.

That assistant was In a position
to know the inner workings of ihe
Rerlin mission. (But more import important,
ant, important, that assistant knew and mix mixed
ed mixed socially with men who were

our most effective political ob

Just
and

WFXL TREATED PATIENT

Sir:

. i a iv,. r'lnsi 7nnp at commission agent.

i"' X w as oner rinpio cu in - -
i!.nd in complying with instructions that 1 take a phys.ca examin examin-iiration
iiration examin-iiration to determine if I wss fit or not, it was discovered that I had to
"'undergo medical treatment until I was completely recovered
If I did not have the cost of the treatment, and found myself With
Lta oroblem as to monev for same. I decided upon a series of actions
which would eventuallv compel the authoritiea to do something for
rne
4 'i was placed under confinement and sent to the hospital No
'.lUooner than I got there, 1 was so well treated that I was shocked out
I'of my wits 1 was compelled to ask the nurse, a white American
"Madv Mrs Stacks, wliv was she so polite and attentive to mfj She
1 said'that her treatment was just in keeping with her duty and her
II general policv towards people, whether they be While or colored.
If The same thing goes for Mrs Davis, Red Cross nurse, who never
'S failed to offer me some gift each time she visited the hospital. I
'Uaw absolutely no difference in her treatment towards people, irre irrespective
spective irrespective of their nationality, color, race or creed
Jv T must also express mv appreciation to Officer No. 7 for his
Waound and fatherlv advice to me, which has caused me to wonder if
S' white people could be so nice. And lastly, my thsrks to Dr. Young
&who took particular interest in the xecution of his duties.
My exptrience has taught me that these Americans are real am-
bassadors of good will of their country, and that such people serve
'f'to enhance the cause of the American nation
William A. Johnson.
FIGHTING TAXPAYERS

ISir:
When President Eisenhower signed the Single Wage Bill, who
did he send a message to' Canal Zone Gov. William E Potter'' The
leaders of locals 900 and 907? Heck no, he ,ent it to Panama's Pres President
ident President Ernesto de la Guarriia Jr.
The Panama Canal Company, like "100 Percent Unioist" (Mail
Box. Aug fil is trving to spite Panama's big shots by making life
hard for the poor Local Raters.
Panama called for equal pay for equal work, not a lowering of
classifications as the Canal Zone executives are now trying to bring
about Considering how willing the leaders of the present local rate
unions are to accept handouts from Balboa Heights, and to have
their beautiful mugs photographer s they shake officials' hands
ther?, if I were a dues-paying unionist in a semi-skilled category I
would try to sign up with the United States Citizens Association in instead
stead instead
Til price mielil be a little high, but the protection and gains are
worth it That outfit is 'omposed of North Americans who know they
can hold their own with anvone, anywhere in the world. They are
(talking of going to rourt to fight for equal pay for equal work, Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians and North Americans alike
As taxpayers in Parama. local raters are entitled to represent representation
ation representation in the National Assembly With the US-rate taxpayers repre repre-lented
lented repre-lented in Congress, the Zone's taxpayers as a whole ought to be able
to get fome action fn this issue.
If "100 Percent Unionist" is satisfied with the little three-cent
raise which was recently handed to Locals 900 and 907, that's his

headache. I m not employed, and so have no tax to pay.
Ginger Know All.

1

Hit

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Blr.

No use In aaytng It's hot, for It's that time of year, but It
wems hotter than common.
Running above a 100, but yesterday at 5 p.m. It dropped
ten degrees in ten minutes; it didn't, last and crawled slowly
back. I find a relief In dark glasses and I think I will hole up
lor the month.
August is supposed to be the hottest here, but It will have
tp to aome to beat July this year. I have been looking for Otto
Houseman for the past week. He 1 a nativeof historic Gofind
and his cousin is a Mexican official, 8an Antonio.
Looks like the world Is trying to fall to pieces around Bagh Baghdad
dad Baghdad and I don't know how to stop it. Red Russia wants to
handle It and they want to handle themselves
A?011.',1, Tuirt much sPa(,e for a while and hope my friends
and the Hinkles will keep me posted. Have a letter from Clyde
Oatrldge, Oakland, California.
Pob Wright

servtrs, intelligence agents
counter-espionage operatives

to be able to identify them

their duties made the

his weight in mi rest
of-Serov's KGB.

Our friends here then mutter
grimly that if the KGB can pene penetrate
trate penetrate the carefully screened, om omnipotent
nipotent omnipotent U.S. Mission in Berlin,
staffed by some of the brightest
minds in our government service,
then who can stop the Soviet sec secret
ret secret service in Munich, or Bern,
Switzerland, or even Paris and the
U.S.A.?
The anti-Communists here reteal
that one of their men knows the
details, for example, of special
KGB installations for the develop development
ment development of poisons and tinx secret
weapons. This man broke with the
Russian secret police. He has re reported
ported reported both to the exiled groups
here and to the U.S. security forc forces
es forces that he knew of the existence
of a "Laboratory 12" in Russia.
This unit is assigned to the "pre
paration of poison compounds" for
use against "enemies" of the So Soviets.
viets. Soviets. He differentiated this from "Lab

oratory 12." This section has been
assigned the development of "sil "silent,
ent, "silent, secret weapons," These units
poison has been put on the bullets,
are coordinated. Sometimes the

poison has been put on the bul bullets.
lets. bullets. Apparently my eyebrows did a
John Lewis over my dark glass glasses.
es. glasses. The shy anti-Communists, talk talking
ing talking through their translator, gave
me a we-told-you-so spiel. Then
delivered several of these weap weapons
ons weapons to our government.
They have been analyzed by our
own laboratories. The wejpons
and the tiny ammunition work. So
the evidence of the deadlines of
these laboratories is in our own
Federal files, I was told.
Furthermore, these units must
he highly important operations of
the Soviet government, our friends
say. The labs, at one time, were
under the authority of Aleksandr
Semenovich Panyushkin. This boy
is none other than the same Com Comrade
rade Comrade P. who was Ambassador to
the U.S. for four years until be
was assigned to Peiping.
Just who operates the labs now
we don't know. But to the daring
anti-Communists here, it makes
little difference. They stay out of
dark corners which is gooo. We
ran use such friends. They're
growing fewer across the world.

, . .., , I produce for the commercial mar mar-Final
Final mar-Final provisions will be worked ket are Minerva ojl Company, a
out in conlerence after the House .m,n nrnri,.,sr nrV.M,i,nn.

j auinw uvv t. aim mlijih iaiivii

Th company was also given
a government contract for 100,
000 tons of acid grade fluor fluorspar
spar fluorspar at $40 a ton. The North
Gate mill has bean a high cost
producer from the beginning be became
came became of ifreight costs to princi principal
pal principal market in the east.

anf: passes its version of the bill.

The provision which has caused

the eyebrow lifting it the propos-

sagem worth 5fl:ulidy of 113 a ton on pro pro-refined
refined pro-refined urani,?dueti of 180,000 jftns of doms-

ucany mined nourspar.
Department of Interior had rec recommended
ommended recommended an $8 subsidy, but
Congress raised it.
Senator John J. Williams (R (R-Del.))
Del.)) (R-Del.)) tried to get this provision
knocked out of the bill, but did
not succeed.

Tho principal point at issue
now is that if the flourspar indus industry
try industry is benefitted in this way, it
may set a precedent for govern government
ment government bail outs of other small, pri private
vate private industries when they come
on hard times.
Most people may not know
what flourspar is. It principal
us is in aluminum production, -so
a little bit of it goes into
pots and pans. That brings tho
subject closer homo. It is alio
used In steel, ceramic and
chemical induitrios. An Increas Increasing
ing Increasing use i in fleurino preduc preduc-duction
duction preduc-duction for missile ifuels.
Two-thirds of U.S. fluorspar con

ing, a Youngstown Sheet and

Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW II Rates

Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
reserve life insurance policy
similar to your old NSLI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination! for the same basic
low NSLI rates charged by the
Government during W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
ages.
No obligation, tear out this
ad and mall it today with vour
name, address, date of birth
and age to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., P. o. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.

Tho current market price it
$50 a ton. The proposed Minerals
Stabilization Act would grant sub
sidies of $13 a ton up to a $53
price, k , '.,

If production goes over 45,00f

tons in any two quarters, the sub subsidy
sidy subsidy would be dropped. But vhils
it was in effect, it would enable
the North Gate plant to compete
at a profit.
Captive mines, not producing
for commercial market, would get
no subsidy. The- subsidy would
not apply to low grade ores.
Department of Interior's just'ci just'ci-cation
cation just'ci-cation for the subsidy is that it
would keep this facility in opera operation
tion operation till aluminum production picks
up again. This would save a busi business
ness business which might be needed in
time o; national emergency.
It is also argued that the sub subsidy
sidy subsidy may stimulate prospecting
for new fluorspar deposits and
encourage production.
Foreign competitors argue that
U.S. supplies are definitely limit limited
ed limited and no new discoveries have
been made in recent years. To

supply in wartime all the more
difficult.

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What our atomic scientists pi.rlthai there was "nn nrwi.,i

is that the so-c4led "clean" bomb ;son" to prolong the adjournment

win ail iv up juai as mucn aw-; "J "Bi;s ir me cpsts in the
sonous Radioactivity as the dirty Middle East continued to lessen

been reduced in the trigger me- ers. he explained that prolonging
chanism, but the hydrogen expio i djournmen- mish scare the nub
sion itself may activate the sur-jlic into thinking it was necessary
rounding elements and thus create j to kpep Congress in ion 0n a
a great deal of radioactivity. standby "emergency" basis.
It hasn't been announced, bu1 Eisenhower reitemterl his be be-the
the be-the Defense Department rejected Jlef tflat Russia would not attempt
one of S'.rauss's "clean'' bombs' Prnyoke gonel ronflic in
on the grounds it would spread tne Middle East, though he was
too much radioaciive fall-out for unable to tell the eq.riPr when it
military use. i would be possible to withdraw U
The AEC is also embarrassed s- troops from F,h

over the attitude of foreign ex tr0ps from Jordan.

r leaf,er .Me Martin of Mas Mas-s?chusetts
s?chusetts Mas-s?chusetts inquired if Aug 9 would
be a set qr"e'" riato for ari
journment, explaining that by this
time Congress would have com completed
pleted completed action on major bills and
appropriations.
"That's all right with me," a a-greed
greed a-greed Ike.
He added that he could keep
in touch with the Congressional
leaders of both parties by tele telephone,
phone, telephone, perhacs even ask them to
come to Washington for occasion occasional
al occasional consultation on 'he Near East
"However, I am hope'ul that no'
thing will transnira A, .j"

Peter Kumoa of the Baltimnr i journment to makA rhu

. uctta.

oun was quizzing .urn Hagerly at sary, ne aacted.

one ot Hagerty's White House press
conferences the other day.
"Jim," he asked, "back on June
17 you gave us a list of 10 false
hoods that you said Drew Pearson
made in one of his columns. One
of these 10 falsehoods said that
Bernard Goldfine had paid for two
suits bought at.Faber's of Boston
for Governor Adams. Yet on the
stand Goldfine testified that he
had paid for the suits and had
further deducted these as a busi
ness expense. I just wonder if. .
what you had to say about that?"
Hagerty: "Nothing."
Kumpa: "Does that make nine
falsehoods?"
Hagerty "No-I have; nothing
to say."
INDIANS AT WHITE HOUSK
The Hebert Armed Services sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee was investigating the
"influence" activity of Sherman
Adams behind tightly clo.-cd doors
and asked William Lyons, form former
er former chief recorder of the Armed
Services Board of Contract Ap Appeals,
peals, Appeals, about a $41,294 government
re und awarded Raylaine Wor Worsteds
steds Worsteds after Adams iniervened for
the New Hampshire textile firm.
"Besides the Adams inquiry,
were there any other communica communications
tions communications from the White House?"
Lyons was asked. "Did you re receive
ceive receive any phone calls regarding
this case from the White House?"
"Yes, I got one phone call," re.

puea me witness.
"Who was it from?"
"It was from one of the squaws
and Indians down there," said
Lyons with a straight face.
"What do you mean by squaws
and Indians?" demanded subcom
miitee chairman Edward Hebert
of Louisiana, obviously puzzled.
"Oh, I mean the lower echelon
at the White House."
MAILBAG
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Col. Harry Ayr., Annltt.n, A
The addn:ss of Rev. Tom
Cleveland, grandson of President
Grover Cleveland, is Holikachuk,
Alaska. I know Rev. Cleveland, an
Episcopalian, will be deighted to
have a contribution toward his
fine work among the Indians
from a Baptist such at you. .W.
N., Columbia, Tenn. Congress Congressman
man Congressman Rota Ban of Tennessee has
had hia wife Avanell on the pay
roll for $544 a month. .Roger
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IN -PIGGIf BUSINESS
NEW YORK (UPI) United
States Freight Co. announced
today it i moving into tin rail
road piggyback business with the
lease of J5 piggy-back rail;flatrars
from General American Transpor
tation Corp.
NEW YORK (UPI) Phoen.x
Bridge Co., subsidiary of Barium
ieel Corp. today announced re receipt
ceipt receipt of a $2,800,000 contract to
fabricate and erect the steel for
the new Woodrow Wilson Memori Memorial
al Memorial Bridge which will span ihe Po.
tomac River at Alexandria, Va.
NAMES PATRON SAINT
CASTE L GANDOLFO Italy
L PI), Pope Piux XII has named
St. Benedict, Sixth Century build,
er of the Cassino Monastery, as
patron saint of Italian engineers
and architects, it was revealed in
an apostolic letter made public to
KILLS DAUGHTER, LOVER
AGRIGENTO, SICILY (UPI (UPI-Viovanni
Viovanni (UPI-Viovanni Cassetti. 56, found hit
daughter Anna, 30, in the arm ufc;
a 45-year-old farmer. Giovanni So-'
liano, and shot both of them i.l
"I had to defend the honor of tb
family." he told police.
day.
OFFERS DRUG PURCHASE
DETROIT (UPI) -Cunningham TO VISIT PARIS
Drug Stores, Iqc. today an ROME 1UPI1 Italian Premier
nounced it has offered tapurchase Amintore Fan ani will visit Paris
all the outstanding stock of Kinsel j tomorrow to meet with French
Drug Store Co. Terms were not Premier Charles de Gaulle, it was
revealed. I announced yesterday.
NAVIES EXCHANCf VISITS',:
FAMOUS PAINTER DIES
BASEL. Switzerland (UPI)
The well known Swiss pa Her Al.
fred Heinnch Pellegrini iied here
yesterday after a heart attack, lit
was 77.
LONDON (UPI) Soviet .and
Norwegian warships will eichgMM)
friendly yisits between Aug al
and Sept. 3, the Soviet news agen agency
cy agency Tass said yesterday.
I

QUARTERMASTER AWARDEES R. H. Carpenter, center, of the U.S. Army Caribbean Quartermaster maintenance division,
congratulates four Quartermaster employes who were presented with suggestion award certificates. Left to right are Cecil C.
Payne Calle 20 and 3rd November Street, Panama City; Carpenter; Vear King, 29 87th Street; San Francisco; Joseph Cros Cros-dale
dale Cros-dale 2452 21st January Street, Panama City and Pablo Perie, 8 Jose Francisco de la OsSa Avenue, Panama City.
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PARIS (NEA) Miss Paris isn't
buying the sack dress. Mrs. Paris
isn't either. Skirts, like prices, are
going higher and higher here but
the sack Parisian designers gave
American women is a bust in Bar Bar-dotland.
dotland. Bar-dotland. Or as one little Gigi told
me:
Sacks hanging empty in the
cheaper stores of Paris is evi evidence.
dence. evidence. So is the late afternoon
Elysees.

SIT WITH ME at a sidewalk
cafe for the daily stroll of the
world's best dressed women,
with their Beau Brummels, their
logs and their children and you
will be convinced. I saw only two
sack dresses in almost two fas fascinating
cinating fascinating hours of watching Pafis
on parade.

Sit with me and you will dis discover
cover discover that beards grow on the
faces of U.S. art students, not on
Frenchmen. That French baby
buggies are bigger than French
automobiles. That everyone
strolling the Champs-Elysees is
an individualist like characters
right out of Hollywood's Central
Casting bureau. The blonde just
passing, for instance.
She's in a riding habit carry carrying
ing carrying a pair Of rhinestone eta eta-crustespug"
crustespug" eta-crustespug"
SIT WTTH""toE on the ChampV
Elysees, in the shadow of the
Arc de Triomphe, and you will
discover Marilyn Monroe didn't
invent that Joggle m u Marian
might Ifit" aiT4yebr6 or two but,
coming or going, she wouldn't'
atop traffic. Every French woman
if a Miss Wiggle-Hips.
The only thing that stops traf traffic
fic traffic here is someone working.
Like the fellow hitching up an
automobile to his garage tow
truck. His audience totals at least
30 people, men and women, be before
fore before he's on his way. The French
love to watch other people work.
Franc-ly, the price of every everything
thing everything is going higher and higher
in Paris for the tourist trade.
Just coffee and rolls for break breakfast
fast breakfast bring a check for 415 francs
$1. Butter on the rolls is an A A-merican
merican A-merican delight some Frenchmen
just can't comprehend. So what
do the French put butter on?
"Oh," one fellow told me, 'on
things like radishes and sardines,
of course."

of gastronome called "The Las
Vegas Restaurant." There's no
mistake about what Las Vegas
implies. There's a big neon neon-lighted
lighted neon-lighted horseshoe in the wimfjw.
But I'm here to peek in on the
filming of "The Roots of Heaven,"
The 20th Century-Fox film. The
company is here now, shooting
interiors, after three months on
location in French Equatorial A A-frica.
frica. A-frica. I'm headed for the Studio de
Boulogne today but first you sh
know that the African location
for the company can be recorded
as the toughest in movie making.
Temperatures ranged from 130 by
day to 90 at night and medics
listed 940 separate illnesses in a
studio insurance rport.

MANY THINGS can be sur

prising in Paris. Like one temple

ALL WERE TROPICAL except
nine. They were typically Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. The official report reads:
"Nine cases of nervous depres depression."
sion." depression." Producer Darryl Zanuck had
malaria and is now battling a
bad case of shingles brought on
by the attack. Juliette Greco, the
film's French leading lady, is

hospitalized with a tropical virus.

Eddie Albert suffered such a
serious sunstroke in the jungle

he had to be strapped to his bed

for medication after he was dis discovered
covered discovered sifting sand through his
fingers and muttering: "Such
beautiful snow. Such cold beau beautiful
tiful beautiful snow."
'(
He spent two weeks in a hos hospital
pital hospital and Zanuck will tell you,
"We thought he was a goner. He
was out of his head for a week."
He completed his role in the
film and has returned to Hollywood.

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FIGE FOUR

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The bride, who was given in
inanidgt o her lather, wore a
walu n-ngui ouwn ui wnile nylon
lace, and a picture hal imported
iroui Uaij -"' carried a !uie
lace clutch baj;, and a corsage oi
while gaiueuias. r or her sume sume-thuit;
thuit; sume-thuit; uiU she carried a wnile
lace iri'iuned iianuKerchiel -nai

was her paternal grandmother's.
rtiieuuiiig me onue as iviaiu oi
Honor was Anas cwiua Cieci WHO
woie a ay.ua laille shealh dress,
anu a wnue lace ui. ner coi-jage
was ol wnue garueuias,
Alteilonig naiiiuil as best
Yiidii, was Air. r'reo Mayuaru
Jonnson, wiio is the bride's table
er.
Following the ceremony, Mr.
anu irs. Johnson received irwir
gucsis wun .ne .jl'iuc anu Bitoiu
in uie beadtuuuy uecoraied .iiin
ivouin o. tne ureakers club in Co Coco
co Coco Jioio.
vviiue lowers in a crystal D''V.l
and wnile candles in tnree orancn
snver caiiuLiauia weie useci on
ine reireaiimeni table wnicn was
covereu wiui a wane, uiawn wont
laoie cioui. un the orides uoie
was a beauiilul inree tiered
briues cake.
The bride is a graduate o Cris
lobai lllgu' sciloo., anu ol Canal
oue Jr. college. Hie groom is a
grauuaie oi emu bun university,
and is Uie execulive ollicer ot the
Lbs Jasper siationeu al Hodman
Naval station.
A.ter a snort wedding trip, the
couple will make their home ai
Kalian, Canal .one.

Asiatic Republic

Answer to Previous Punk

ACIOSS
1- If the
provisional
capital of
the Republic
of China
7 It if on tht
of
Taiwan
(formerly
Formosa)
IS Fervent
14 Tidier
II Thirty (rr.)
18 Playing cards
17 Membranous
pouch
18 Fish eggs
20 and
downs
21 It 110
miles off thf
Chinese
mainland
S3 Musical
instrument
15 Trite
IS Social insect
29 Pewter coin
of Thailand
22 Relies upon
14 And (Fr.)
25 Man's name
36 Evening
(poet.)
27 Symbol for
- tellurium
28 Infrequently
40 Fondle
41 Roof flnlal
43 Peruses
44 Unruly child
45 Symbol for
samarium
46 Golfer's term
48 It opposes
China
50 Deacon (ab.l
63 North
American
country

55 Turns aside
58 Tripod x
59 Deviate
60 Goddess of
the moon
61 Hebrew
ascetic
DOWN
1 Make lace
2 Arrivals (ab.)
3 Notion
4 Writing
implements
6 Entomology
(ab.)
6 Passage in
the brain
7 Hospital
resident
doctors
8 It lies east of
the China
9 Alarm
10 Above

11 Seines
12 Doctors (ab.)
19 Harem room
22 Kind or dog
24 Speaks
25 Pace
26 Large plant
27 Female
relative
29 Opera by
Verdi
30 Track (dial.)
31 Scottish caps
33 Disconnect
39 Conductors

42 Follower
44 Courageous
46 Peel
47 Indigo
49 Diminutive
of David
51 Iroquoian
Indian
52 Solar disk
53 Courts (ab.)
54 Low haunt
56 Anatomical
duct
57 Mariner's
direction

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LT. jg) AND MRS. KEITH BYRON HANLON
BOSS LOUISE ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
tf. (jg) KEITH HANLON WEDDING
Miss Louise Elizabeth Johnson, daughter or .Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Maynard Johnson, of Coco Solo, became the bride of
!Lt. (jg) Keith Byron Hanlon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ().
iHanlon of St. Petersburg, Florida, Friday, August 1, 1958, at
!St Margaret Episcopal church in Margarita. The Reverend
jPe'ter J. Farmer, of Christ Church By-the-Sea. nfficiated at
'the closed double-ring ceremony.

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General and Mrs. Gaithei
Entertain at Dinner
Lieutenant Ceneial Kldgely Gai Gai-ther,
ther, Gai-ther, Commander in C'hiei oi tne
c aribbean command and airs.
Gaither are held a smalt formal
uinner pany ai 7:30 ihursday eve evening
ning evening at Quarters, 1, V u a r y
Heights. Among the guests were
the Brazilian Ambassador ami
Airs. Boulitreiru Fragoso, who are
departing Panama soon lor a new
post; French Ambassador ana
Mrs. Lionel Vasse; British Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Sir Ian Henderson and
Lady Henderson and Japanese
Minister Ken Ninomiya. Miss Ma Matilda
tilda Matilda P. McLomas, cousin oi Gen.
Gaither, who is visiting from
Washington, D.C. and Colonel J.
V. Escude, United States Army,
will complete the guest list for
the occasion.

many other planned activities dur during
ing during tne evening.

Coffee Party For
Mrs. F. F. Draper
Mrs. V. F. uraper was honored
at a coffee Thursday morning.
August 7, at the Albrook Officers'
Club by the wives of the Marine
Corps oflicers wno are stationed
in the Canal Zone.
Mrs. Draper is the wi'c of
Lieutenant Colonel F. F. Drape,
who "has recently uecome the re re-euuve
euuve re-euuve Oflicer at the Manne B it
racks.

: M. Seeley of Gamboa and Mr. and

iviia. joini W. siouuner now resid residing
ing residing in St. Petersburg, Fla.

y OSWALD JACOBY
Written fr NEA Service

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WEST EAST
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Q 9 8 4 V K J 10 6
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Both vulnerable
Sooth West North East
2 Pass 3 Pass
6 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead J

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Festival At Union Club
Saturday Night
The committee for the Childrens
Hospital in Panama will sponsor
a festival Saturday night begin
ning at 9:00 p.m. at the Union
Club. Proceeds from the event will
go towards securing clothing and
diapers 'or the hospital. Miss Gla Gla-dysin
dysin Gla-dysin Strunz, Queen if the Car.
navalito and her court and Miss
Ana Elena Motta and her group
will enter the Club in gay cost costumes
umes costumes accompanied by the classic classical
al classical "murga There will be a dance
contest for those attending and

Naval Officers' Wives'
Club To Meet
On -Uiesuay, August 19 at 9:30

a.m. the Naval Olficers'
I 'Inn will meet for coliee

iRalhoa Lounge of El Panama Hil

ton. During the cot.ee there will
be an exchange of gift wrapped
whit elenhants." A short busi

ness meeting will be followed by
a conducted tour of El Panama
Hilton.

Family Night Dinner
'Ihe teacners aim officers oi the
Gamboa Union Church will spons sponsor
or sponsor a family nigin uinner on Aug August
ust August 14 ai j. 30 p.m. in ihe Cin:
Center isuiiuiog m uamboa. Inere
will be maviec pillowing tne din.
nei. uejuuea "ie Loiiiiii.noe,
Mrs. j. campoun, iUr.. Js iiiou
grass, Mr. a.iu una. M'aiicineui
aim iviiss Diana rtogcrs invite ev everyone
eryone everyone to come aiK. uiing an ine
kius and a covered uisn.
K of C Platter Party
'Ine Crisiooai council IMS,
Kmgnis oi Columbus will sponsor
anoiher Teeiiage i iaLler paiy io io-nigni
nigni io-nigni at 7:00 in their council nai!
in Margarua. inis is a lepcater
at the request o. the Atlantic aiue

teenagers wno are asKeu to ur:ig
their own records. The k ol C will
supply the record player and refreshments.

Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. awl Mrs. Thomas Jeavons,
. T v i I Ctnrlnai :innis,llii'i-

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TODAY'S hand is an old chest chestnut
nut chestnut which in one form or another
has been appearing in columns tor
years. West opened the jack of

clubs against the six-diamond con contract
tract contract and the theme is a a.ety
play. South wins the first club lead
and plays a low club back.
This gives up all play for seven
but is an effective guard against
a 5-1 club break. East wins the
club and leads back anything he
wishes. Now South is able to ru f
his two remaining small clubs n
dummy, pull trumps and run the
rest of the tricks.
If a second high club is played,
West ruffs in and leads a trump,
whereupon South is left with
three small clubs in his hand
and only two trumps in dummy
to ruff them with.
It is customary to point oct
about here in the article that a
trump opening would beat this
hand and that the play of the
ace and king of clubs would also
lose the contract, but I have
changed the hand around a trifle
from its standard form.
The way this hand is sel up,
South can lay down the second
hish el'th and recover or he can
make the hand even if a triimo is
opened Tomorrow's article will
show how.

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Q The bidding has been been-North
North been-North East South West
! Pa 2 Pas,
Pass 3 NT. Pass
4 Pass ?
You, South, hold-
4' '53 AK97
What do you do?
A Bid four spades. You want
to Play this hand at the cheapest
possible rame and you have al already
ready already refused to help spades so
Partner should know you can't
have mere than ,wo.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South West
if Pass 2 Pass
' Pass
You, South, hold
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

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dore Theodore Bike I.)
THEODORE BIKEL WRITES
So you want to be a star? Fine.
I don't.
And that isn't sour grapes.
Everyone believes the goal of a a-ny
ny a-ny performer is stardom. And so
it is or most actors and actresses.
There is, however, a hardy band
which is satisfied -reven overjoy overjoyed
ed overjoyed with the rank of "featured
player" or "character actor."
Count me in.
'I've had the pleasure of know knowing
ing knowing and working with any number
of real and sp.called stars nice
people, not nice people, talented
people. The one thing they've .had

in tommon was the fact that they
could not walk down the street
without attracting crowds of grap grap-ers,
ers, grap-ers, pointers, fanatical souvenir
hunters who like to rip off swatch.

es of clothing for mementos.
No. thanks. I pre er to walk in
i blissful anonymity like any norm.
: al doctor, lawyer or grocery clerk.
What about the fame and the
I prestige? liven these are fre
quently unsatisfying. The late
I Humphrey Bogart philosophized a a-bout
bout a-bout fame to me between takes on
The African Queen," my first
movie.
"Fame is like eating a lavish
meal," he said "What you enjoy
most are the first two or three
bifes, and maybe the last one. If
a few people tell me they enjoyed
my last picture, great. 1 like to
hear nice things. Aer that the
next two or three hundred compli.
ments are meaningless."
I believe that the more versa versatile
tile versatile the performer, the better his
chances or employment. Even the
stars can get type-cast, and if that
type goes out of style, it's good goodbye
bye goodbye career.
I've been lucky. In the four
' years I've been in this country, I
j haven't had a dav of unemnlov
ment. I played Charles Boyer's
elderly uncle in "There Shall Be
I No Night" (1 am 25 years young younger
er younger than he, but I was cast as a
man 20 years older); I was Rob Rob-jert
jert Rob-jert Mitchum's arch foe in "The
Enemy Below," the Mad Bomber
! on television, a Son'hern sheriff in
"The Defiant Ones" and a weary
doctor in "The Rope Dancers." I
lam writing this in Greece where
I am before the cameras as a vi
cious traitor in 'The Angry Hills."'
So who needs stardom?
Not Ipng ago at a TV. rehear

sal Charles Boyer told me how
happy he was with the recent turn
in his career. "If don't have to be
a pretty boy any more," he said.
"I've come into my own t last,
and now I can play any kind of
role I want lo." That's where I'm
fortunate. I've never had to be a
pretty boy.
Another thing. The star has
more unfair responsibility on his
bomb through the fault of the pro.
ducer. If a show or a film is a
bomb through the fa-ult of the pro producer,
ducer, producer, writer or director, the feat,
ured player merely picks up his
makeup kit and moves on to an another
other another role. But the star especial,
ly the up-and L coming one? His
prestige has been damaged and
he may not get another job for
several seasons.

I think the worst part of being
a star is the loss o one's privacy
and ireedom to go and do as one
chooses. I happen to have a sec secondary
ondary secondary career as a folk singer.
(Interestingly enough, in (he tight
little work of folk singing there
are many who aren't aware that I
act, too.) Well, 1 know another ac actor
tor actor who's a folk singer, and-there s
nothing we'd both enjoy more
than going out to the park on a
Sunday atternoon and' having a
songfest with friends and even
strangers. I can do that, but he
can't. Because his name is Yul
Brynher.
We teature players have our
fans, but they're seldom starry starry-eyed
eyed starry-eyed teenagers who write love
notes. Most of my mail comes
from lawyers, engineers and doc doctors
tors doctors who have a great love or the
theater.
The contrast in fan types was
illustrated one evening during tht
Broadway run of "Tonight in Sa.
markand" when I entered the the theater
ater theater with the star of the show, the
fine French actor Louis Jourdan.
At the stage door Louis was greet,
ed by swarms of young girls who
almost literally tore the clothes
off his back. They ignored me.
But waiting for in the dress dressing
ing dressing room was an old friend, Dr.
Hisiung, a prolessor of Chinese li literature
terature literature from Cambridge 'Univer.
sity. When I introduced him to
Jourdan, Louis looked at me and
said, wryly. "Mi, well. Theo, now
we meet YOUR "an club."

A new coffee makes conies
without a spout.' A guide in the
lip directs the flow of coffee di directly
rectly directly into the cup in a thin

stream without dripping. The pot
brews eight cuns, is easy to clean
and the manufacturer Him- i
j assure consistent flavor because
! it prevents coffee oils from col collecting
lecting collecting and becoming rancid.

New for the kitchen: elegit
frying pans in color. The pans
come in rust, green nad 'ur 'ur-ouoise,
ouoise, 'ur-ouoise, and have an added fea featurean
turean featurean rxtra handle for servinf
at the table.

The fir r complete line of
matched and packaged built-in
kitchen appearances is in the mar market.
ket. market. Units Htcjude gas and elec electric
tric electric ovens, ranges. automatic
dishwashers, refrigerator freez freezers,
ers, freezers, disposers and ventilating
hoods. Available finishes ar an antique
tique antique copper, satin chrome, 4 Pain Painless
less Painless steel and wood..

The cotton swab gets a new
look. The swabs come with "s.fe
stem" which bends but won't
snap or splinter. Stems are made
of rolled paper instead if wood

A table spread and cooking fat
has been developed for persona
with heart and other circuiatorv
diseases. The maker says the
spread, made or corn oil, will not
elevate the level of cholesterol in
the blood.

Even men's formal wear now
goes into the washing machine
and drips dry to sartorial splen splen-dar.
dar. splen-dar. A new wash and wear dinner
jacket, 50 percent, dacron and 59
percent orlon wa shown, at the
Southwest Men's Apparel show.

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MONACO (UPI) Prince Rain Rainier
ier Rainier and Princess Grace will Vjit
the United States in November.
German Is Fugitive For 25 Years
In Belief He Murdered Nazi Soldier
They plan to depart a'ter the tJov.
ia national holiday.

c
HAMBURG, Gaimm (1H)
PoMce Tliurtoiy revealed the
strange story of a German who
fled his homeland and wndred
over the. Wd Jqr 25 yeaftvte
cause through a newapapar r.
porting error he believed he was
wanted for murder.
Karl Mende walked into police
headquarters here recnUy and
aaid: "I wast to atone far my
crime."
He told police he had killed a
Nazi storm trooper, in Hamburg
on Jan. 31, 133, when he became
involved in a street fight between
Nazis and Communists.
To defend himself, he threw a
fence post at the storm trooper,
be said. The next day he read
in local newspaper the storm
trooper had been murdered in
the fight. A
Mende fled the country. He
Joined the French foreign Legion.
Then he Boarded a tfreighter for
Australia. He finally made his
way to Peru and wae there, when
World War II broke out.
He said the Peruvian govern government
ment government hired him as n engineer to
work on dam construction in the
Andes. Mende began to make
money. He sent some to the storm
trooper's family but never re.
ceived acknowledgement.
Afraid his, letters had been in.
tercepted, he fled to Brazil where

Paraiso Council
Names Committee
For Recreation
Trm Paraiso Civic Council has

appointed a recreation committee

both adults ana cnuaren m. jt
raisn. ( t v -' V a

The committee eflmposed of

lome of the councu s ouxsianaing
members, will -stage a number of
ictivities designed to create mere
opportunities for the wise use of
eisure time.
Members f the committee ap appointed
pointed appointed by president Ellis' L. Faw
cett are: T. Sawyers' Ck Maynard,

a. Lavalas., R. Samuels, J. Juong,
A. Berrv. A. Alexis. Mrs. L. Uak

lev. Mrs. S. WilSon. Mrs. M. Alexis

Mrs. M. Holder, Mrs. R. Thomas,

Mrs. E. Brdwn, Mrs.' M. Sawyers,
Mrs. M. Nelson, Mrs. R. Nurse,
Mrs. L. Lawrence.

Chairman of the committee if

Eric Oakley, vice presidet of the
Paraiso Civic Council.

he entered tie peel estate busi business
ness business and made a fortune.

Mende said he met the daughter
of a German DlarKation owner latt

year and they made plans to be

marnea. am me muraer"
weighed o nig coiedence nd he
finally decided to return to Ger Germany
many Germany to take his punishment be before
fore before getting married.
German police discovered from
war records that the storm troup trouper
er trouper Mende believed he had killed
had suffered only a flight cut on
toe head and suvived to die in
action on the Russian xront in
1942.
Police also dug out old copies of
the newspaper which carried the

"murder" story. It turned out that

the paper, on the day after .Vende
fled, printed a correction report reporting
ing reporting the trooper only was injured.
Father King Named
'Favorite Son'
By Colon Council
the Rev. John F. Kins, pastor

of St. Joseph's Church, Colon, will

be presented with a scroll naming
him "Favorite Son" of the city

of Colon on Sept. 18 by the Colon

Municipal Council.
The resolution conferring the ho

nor of Father King was una mi

ni ously approved by the council

during a meeting held earlier this

week.
Immediately after the presenta presentation
tion presentation of the scroll, Father Burns
will be honor guest at a recep

tion to be held in the patio of

the1 Father Burns CYO Memorial
Center. J

W Jmmm WyJslsRiw- i
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764TH AWARDS A Battery, 764th AAA Battalion received two awards during the change
of command ceremony held this week. Lt. CoL M. F. Moucha, outgoing commanding officer of
the 764th, presented the Best Battery Plaque to Capt. Joseph P. Bednarz, battery commanding
officer, and the Order cf the Silver Crescent to CWO Spurgeon Lester, tattery fire control
assistant. The latter award symbolizes best motor maintenance daring the past year.

(U.S. Army Photo) (

70-

UNION CHURCH
Margarita-Coco Sol
Tony Womble, chairman of the

United Youth Fellowships oi the
Union Churches, has announced
the program for an all-day rally
scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Sai
urday at the Rancho Ramos park
in Margarita.
The program for the day is as
follows: registration, opening wor worship
ship worship by the Gatun Young people,
Bible games and quizzes led by
the Balboa group, lunch, singspir singspir-ation
ation singspir-ation conducted by the Balboa
post-high, quiet period lor indivi individual
dual individual worship, fellowships games

lea by the Gamboa young people,
closing worship conducted by Mar Margarita
garita Margarita and snack time sponsored
by the Gatun society.
The Margarita young people
have arranged the noon luncheon
and called their menu "mystery
eats." A fine attendance is ant:
cipated despite the fact that ma many
ny many of the young people are on va vacation.
cation. vacation. Sunday at the Margarita chinch
and Coco Solo chapel the pastor.

the Rev. Theodore E. Franklin.
will preach on the sermon topic
"His House of Prayer." At both
services Leon Halloway will sing
tenor solo. Assisting the pastor

in the ministry of hospitality will

De Mr. and Mrs. Fay M. Brown
at Margarita.
The Margarita Church Council

will nold its monthly meeting

Monday night, at 7 p.m. Can r

Maedl, council chairman, stated

that a number of Plans will bt

discussed relating to the coin-ug

cnurcn season.
On Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m..

the Sunday School teachers and

officers will hold their regular

meeting. Mrs. John Leach. Sunday

School superintendent, stated that

a number of proposals concerning

the coming year would be g.ven

consiaeranon.

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Castillos Club
Ready For Dance
Tomorrow Night
Members of the Castillos Social
and Sporting Club reported Jodav,
that all details have leen corn corn-Dieted
Dieted corn-Dieted for tomorrow's anniversary

dance at the Casino Vina del Mar

orchestra will play lor the dance.
in, San Francisco de la Caleta.
Willie Morrison and his "Super"
Dancing will begin at 9 and
run until 5 a.m.

Eyrie Lodge
To Install
New Officers

Eyrie Lodge No. 530, IBPOEW

will hold its installation of officers
for the July-December term tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at the Rainbow City
lodge hall.
, According to Lyman Brett, ex exalted
alted exalted ruler of the lodge, the re regular
gular regular meeting will be called to
order at 7:30 p.m. sharp in order
to start the installation of officers
at 9:30 p.m. precicely.
Requiem Mass

A requ'emservice will be held
tomorrow morning at 7o'clock for
the late Mrs. Beatrice Belgrave
Sealeyat the St. Paul's Episcopal
Church."; J
HOLD FLEET MANEUVERS
KIEL, Germany (UPI) West
Germany's fledgling navy will
holcT Its biggeSt fleet; 'maneuvers
in the Baltic Sea next week, the

Navy announced yesterday. The

republic's one destroyer, two sub submarines,
marines, submarines, a number of minesweep minesweepers
ers minesweepers and a flotilla of torpedo boats
will participate in the 20-day ex exercises;
ercises; exercises; '

OUT our way;

BY J. R. WILLIAMS

Community Activity
Orientation For Troop 7

At a meeting held at the Parai

so Scout Shack last Monday even.

ine Canal Zone Police officer Zred

E. Mounts gave an interesting taiK

to a group of boy and cub scouis

of Troop No. 7, international no

Scouts of the uahai 4one, wmcn

should prove of benefit to the boys

in their citizenship training, ire-

sent as observers were Group

Scoutmaster Cleveland E. email,

leader: Raymond George, Scout

. r m . : I

executive, ana ivan n. jivenng,

neighborhood commissioner.

The program was part of am

"Orientation of Community Acti

vity" program being carried out

by Small. The program includes

weekend outings to far ran ueacn

and other activities intended to de.

velop good citizenship among the

youngsters connected with the

Scouting organization.

FAVOR U.N. FORCE

CANBERRA, Australia (UPI)-I

R. G. Casey, external affairs min

ister, said yesterday ..thaj Aus.
tralia favored creation of a Unit

ed Nations commission located in

the Middle East to stabilize that

area. The commission would be
backed by a U.N. police force. It
would have the responsibility of

investigating, verifying, and re.

porting to the U N. all external

acts and threats of interference

and subversion.

Clint Walker and Virginia Mayo jn an
exciting and spectacular picture. .
"FORT DOBBS"
Tomorrow & Sunday in Week-end release
at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.

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K f C t Celabrata
Carpsratt Cwimwtw M
Th Cristobal Council 1689,
Knights of Columbus, will celeb celeb-rate
rate celeb-rate a corporate Communion Mass
at the Holv Family Church in Mar Mar-faiita
faiita Mar-faiita on Sunday the 10 of Aiuist
at 4:30. All members of the cuiin cuiin-eiTtoe
eiTtoe cuiin-eiTtoe requested to meet in trnnt
ofke church at 7:20 a.m. Afier
Mtss, a dutch-trtat breakfast tor
mfimbers and 'amilies will be
served at the Margarita Service
Ceftter.
''mm Clayti NCO
Wives' CH Mnt
On Tuesday evening, the Fort
Clayton NCO Wives' Club held
their regular monthly business
meeting in the ballroom of the
NCO Open Ness. Mrs. Beverly Km
eey, Mrs. Faye Montgomery, and
Mr. Maria Mullenax were hos hos-tesses
tesses hos-tesses for the occasion.
In "behalf of Mrs. John D. Coney,
President Kay Rogers extended to
tht Club members an invitation
to' tea at the Post Commander';
quarters on August 22 from 3:00
Until 5:00 p.m.
Hospitality Chairman Rosary Bui

luck presented a baby gift to Mrs
Faye Montgomery and a farewell
gilt to Airs. Faye Montgomery
and a farewell gift to Mrs. Hughes
mother of Mrs. Hughes, mother of
Mrs. Virginia Dorsett and an ac active
tive active participant in all Club activi activities
ties activities during her nine-month visit in
the Canal Zone. Mrs. Eva Mai.'ce
volunteered to undertake the ou
ties of hospitality chairman dur.
ing the next six-month period
A corsage o; wood roses was
given Mrs. Julia Browning, past
vice-president, who recently re returned
turned returned from the United States
The evening's door prize was won
bv Mrs. Joan MOore.
New members who were wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the Club were: Mrs. Ma Maria
ria Maria Borst. Mrs. Dolly Freeze, Mrs.
Bettv Hollingsworth and Mrs Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Jadick Guests for the eve evening
ning evening were Mrs. Joan Moore and
Mrs. Leah Kannis.
The next social function will be
the monthly coffee which will be
held on Wednesday morning, Aug
ust 13. from 9.30 until 11:00 a.m.
All NCO's wives who are new newcomers
comers newcomers to the Post are especial especially
ly especially invited to attend.

Each notict tor inclusion m thtt
column ihould be uhiMad Ml
rv -written form tnd mailad
the box nrnntar listed Oaitv he
ial and OtharwiM," at deliraa
h.nd to tha of fiat. Naticsa a
mnetinol cjnnot by
tmrohon.
V.F.W. Post 3135 Cocoli
Maating Tonight
The Gen. Geo W. Goethals, VFW
Post 3835 at Cocoll will hold Ha
regular monthly meeting to to-mgnt
mgnt to-mgnt at 7:30 p.m. At thii meet meeting
ing meeting the Panama Canal Department
Veterans of Foreign Wass, De Department
partment Department Commander, Ralph W.
Zachery and Department OfUcers
will make an otiicial visitation to
the Post. A regular business meet
ing of Post auu Club operation!
are on the agenda for this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. All memoers of the Veterans
oi Foreign Wars are urged to at attend.
tend. attend. A snack and cold beveragea
will be served immediately fol following
lowing following the meeting.

US Marketing Friendliness
At Brussels World's Fair

' UAifc CDicuna

Itiwb I luwiura

By OAY PAUL I Y
BRUSSELS (UPI)-Some criiirs
of the U.S. pavilion at the Brus Brussels
sels Brussels world's fair say the exhiVts
are weak, that we don t no
enough toward a hard sell of tne
American way.
But I'll tell you one thing in
pur favor. We're markcunn
friendliness wholesale, even if
We're not flexing our muscles.
' Comparison between the lT.S.
exhibitions and the Soviet arc in inevitable
evitable inevitable here, and Belgian sov sov-ernment
ernment sov-ernment hostesses say the two
jhin nip and tuck in attendance.
I But it is in the spirit or ti e
trowds that I noticed the big dif difference.
ference. difference. 1 Everyone in the U.S. pavilion
aeemed to be having a nail.
Smiles and a relaxed friendliness
Prevailed, whether the visitors
frere watching a fashion show,
lining up to see circarama or
listening to the Calypso rhythms
iof Admiral Dan's "pandemnn "pandemnn-lacs."
lacs." "pandemnn-lacs." Crowds filing past Soviet exmb exmb-fes
fes exmb-fes were somber,
i But then the Sovlels weren't
filling their huge hall with the
throbbing music of the si eel dnim
band from the 10th Naval District
in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Adnnr
si nan's hovs mav not feature

numbers quite as typically Amer.
Scan as "Home on the Range,"
jut the apectatorir love them, es

pecially when they go into the!
intricate footwork of a Caribbean
dance called the "Limbo.''
As for the style show, man.
woman and child watch in 'as 'as-cination,
cination, 'as-cination, as models from wesiern
Europe show new fall clolhes'
from U.S. manufacturers. And
when the mannequins walk down:
a long runway from oalcony to
the "pier" jutting out into the
center of the pool, it's obvious hej
wol whistle knows no language
barrier.
U.S. hostesses say one of the,
big hits of the whole fair is the i
circarama. which the-Ford Fou.vj
dation underwrote. This is a cine cinematic
matic cinematic tour of the United Stale,
wilh synchronized movie proieo-
tors pnttin the viewer "in the i
middle" of scenes of American
cities and villages, factories -inri
farms.
"This does the best job of show-l
int! what we are." said Mrs.
William S Clarke of North Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton County, North Carolina. She
and her husband, a farmer and
retired school teacher, are on a
vacation tour.
The Russian exhibits emphasize
strength and point to the prog progress
ress progress ot the country from .Kick .Kick-ward
ward .Kick-ward agrarian" only 40 yetrs ago
to today with Its "industrial and
collective farm power." One ex exhibit
hibit exhibit is devoted entirely U, Rus Russian
sian Russian women who under the Soviet I
system have "become full -Hedged j
members of society."

It is plain bad manners to ac accept
cept accept an invitation to a person's
home and afterward criticize or
make fun of the hospitality of offered
fered offered you. According to your stan standards
dards standards of entertainment, the host
or hostess many have done every every-thing
thing every-thing wrong.
But if you make fun of them
to others, you will be the one
most lacking in courtesy not
them.

&tt Whi So

1,3.

THE GUEST OF HONOR, Mtas Matilda P. McComas of Washington D.C., cousin of Lieutenant
General Ridgely Gaither, Commander in Chief Caribbean, is shown In the receltlng, line with
General and Mrs. Gaither during a pause in greeting the civilian and military dignitaries
who attended an informal cocktail buffet at Quarters 1, Quarry Heights, Tuesday evening.
Among the guests were members of the diplomatic corps in Panama, officials of the Canal
Zone and Panama, and members of the unified command staff, The party served to introduce
Miss McComas who is a house guest of General and Mrs. Gaither for a two-week visit in the
Canal Zone. (U.S. Army Photo)

Scottish Mother Describes Harem Life
During Weeks Held By Yemen King

Continues Today and Tomorrow
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You'd think from most of the
marriage advice being written to today
day today that If a woman always act

ed like a sensible human being
her marriage couldn't fail.
Fortunately, although women
feci compelled to read such ad advice,
vice, advice, few of them believe it. Tt's
lucky they don't, because nothing
would be more boring to the av average
erage average man than a completely sen sensible
sible sensible woman.
How can a man feel superior if
his wife never indulges in femi feminine
nine feminine whims and inconsistencies?
How can a man escape from a
woman who wants to talk sensi sensibly
bly sensibly about problems that only
seem bigger the more they ire
discussed? If she loses her tem temper
per temper and tells him off he at least
has the satisfaction of either
slamming out of the house or giv giving
ing giving her a piece of his mind in
return.
And wouldn't it be an awful
letdown for a man to have a
wife who never showed the faint
est signs of jealousy After all,
her iealousy is the most reassur reassuring
ing reassuring sign he has that she still col colliders
liders colliders him a prize catch.
And when men get to talking
as they so often do about the sil silly
ly silly things women do would it be
any fun for a man to have to sit
silent because his sensible wife

hasn't provided him with any
you-never know-what-a woman-iS-going
to do-next anecdotes?
The little surprises women are
always springing on their hus-i
bands, simply because women
aren't a strictly sensible according
to the masculine viewpoint, are
the very things that keep married
life from growing dull.
So read all he articles you like
that urge vou to be sensible about
your marriage and its problems.
But for heaven's sake, don't be
too sensible. A little feminine fri frivolity
volity frivolity adds spice to any marriage.

LONDON (UPI) The Imam
Ahmed of Yemen punishes his
concubines by having their teeth
pulled, a pretty Sco.tish mother
who was held for weeks in his
Harem disclosed today.
In a copyrighted article in the
who was held for weeks in his
English magazine "Weekend,"
Mrs. Rita Nasir described what
she called "terrible evidence" xof
the old king's anger.
The following scene took place,

she said, because some of the
girls had been caught smoking
cigarettes.
"All the 200 harem girls were
rounded up by women servants
and led into a marble pillared
hall.
"Th king, resplendent in white
robes and turban, sat on a cushion
stroking his beard. He looked at
the girls with sngry eyes, and
clapped his hands in a sudden
motion that brought dead silence.
"At his side was a man in a
white jacket. .a dentist from the
royal hospital in Tiaz.
"The king ordered 14 girls to
step forward. Then he beckoned
to one to kneel in front ot him.
The dentist had a pair of pinch pinchers
ers pinchers in his hands. He took a quick
pace, bent over the girl, put his
hand under her veil and began
to pull her teeth out.
"She made no fuss. Her head
jerked forward twice. With Hv"o
of her front teeth taken out she
got up holding her moulh and
walked away.
"One by one the others submit,
ted to the same thing all ex.
cept one girl. She refused to.
kneel. She refused to open her
mouth. But the enraged king bea

her with his ring encrusted fist
until she obeyed."
Twenty five year old Mrs.
Nasir was born in Glasgow and
last year .went with her Yemeni
husband to the desert kingdom
where he had been given a job

by the crown prince.
A few days after thir arrival
the king, whom she termed "ruth,
less yet generous," told her she
and her five young daughters
"must slay in my palare....tbere
are loo many men where you
are."
It was several weeks before she
regained her freedom and was al allowed
lowed allowed to return to England from
the desert kingdom where Ah,
med's word is the only law.
She described the women of the

; harem as "lovely girls in beaufi beaufi-jful
jful beaufi-jful embroidered nylon gowns ov over
er over satin petticoats and long panta pantaloons.
loons. pantaloons. . .eternally chattering.
She said the girls spent hours
daily making themselves beauti beauti-1
1 beauti-1 ful for the king "there v as no no-j
j no-j thing else for them to do" but
"with so much competition they
' were lucky lo be picked out once
la year."

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benefiting her feet in an unlady unladylike
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tion medication in it.

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LONDON (UPI) The U.S. Air

Force said yesterday it would
move the U.S. military air trans,
port terminal from Burtonwood in

mid-England to Mlldenhall, 50

miles from London, some time

next year. Both bases ars Royal

Air Force stations shared by the
United States.

Women with especially smooth
skin will get an even smoother
look with face powder if they
follow the application with a
dash of cold water. However,
dry the face by blotting, not by
rubbing, a.'ter the cold water
bath. This cold splash does not
work with rough skin, or skin
with rough spots, since the pow.

der will cling to them.

GOODRICH RECALLS WORKERS
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) -Officials
of B. F. Goodrich Co. said the big
rubber firm recalled about 175
workers to its Akron plants dur during
ing during July.

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, unulkwa I ER DEW LWE-Within dec.de. the United
States should be able to develop an underwater DEW (distant
I early warning ) line that would protect our ihores again.t sub submarines
marines submarines to a range of 1,000 milea in the same manner at the
dar network in upper Canada guards against the approach
of enemy aircraft. The prediction comes from Prank Massa
. an ultrasonics expert who created more than 100 different
antisubmarine underwater sound devices during World War 11
and who now heads a division of Cohu Electronics, Inc. Artist s
1 sketch above visualises this warning system, showing how
f monitor in coastal city might watch for submarines by means
I of high-frequency, high-intensity sound Waves

Kierdorf Dies; Eyewitness
To Arson Attempt Found

P0NTIAC, Mich. (UPD-Frank
Kierdorf, a Teamsters Union of official
ficial official believed turned into a hu human
man human torch while on an arson job,
died yesterday at St Joseph MerT
cy Hospital.
The 56-year-old ex-convict died
at 1:35 a.m. only hours aft after
er after authorities revealed they had
a witness to the explosive Sunday
night burning of a dry cleaning
establishment near Kierdorf's
home in Flint.
He had clurfg to life for nearly
four days even though burns cov.
red 85 per cent of his body.
Kiecdorf, an ex convVi who

once served three years Tor fob.
bery, staggered into the hospital
bout 1 a.m. Monday. He lapsed
into a coma until late in the day,
then told police had been "taken
for a ride" by two men who
doused him with fuel and set him
fire.
Piece by piece, his story was
hattered by investigators led by
State Attornty General Paul Ad Adams.
ams. Adams. Shortly Before Kierdorf died,
Adams announced an unidentified
witness to the burning of the dry
cleaning shop was ia protective
custody.
Adams also disclosed thai Kier.
dorf's missing uncle, Herman
Kierdorf, 87, another ex-convict,
was a "definite suspect" in the
arson case. Herman disappeared
late Monday after claiming a tel telephone
ephone telephone threat was made on his
lie.
Both Frank and Herman had
been "close-mouthed" witnesses
beore the Senate Rackets Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Frank refused to tell the
committee of about an alleged
shakedown of businesses by strike
threats. He was before the com committee
mittee committee last November, Herman
pleaded the Fifth Amendment
only last week.
Frank never changed his story
bout being taken for a ride and
burned by two strangers.
But doctors said he nude a fu futile
tile futile attempt to speak during the
final minutes of his life. He raised
his arm slightly only to 3lip back

into a coma.
Adams, who took over personal
charge of the case at the request
of Qov. G. Mennen Williams, said
earlier yesterday, "I feel now we
em lay definitely that Frank's
itory of being taken for a ride
jand set ablaze by two strangers,
And his uncle's report of tele tele-phine
phine tele-phine threat are phony."

Marco Ernesto's

exhibit Held Over
At USO-JWB Gallery
The masterful, sensitive oil mi miniature
niature miniature paintings of Marco Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto continues to be on view in the
USO-JWB Armed forces Service
Center, located on La Boca Tvoad,
Balboa.
The exhibit was scheduled to

come to a close on Aguust 2, but

because of the great interest exhi

bited in the paintings which soft.

ly and wistfully touch the utait

and aould of Panama's interior
countryside and seacoast, the ar artist
tist artist Has graciously consented to
leave his works on exhibition un until
til until August 18. Art enthusiasts are

duly notified of the extension of

the art exhibit.

The general publls Is cordially

invited to view the exhibit in the
USO-JWB Art Gallery open daily
from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Diablo Camera Club

Visit El Salvador,

El Valle In Picture
Members and guests of the
Diablo Camera Club revisited El
Salvador and El Valle last night
when members showed slides tak
en on these two recent photogra photographic
phic photographic field trips. Highlights of the
slide show were the golden frogs
of El Vallen and Volcan Izalco of
El Salvador.
Charles Mc G. iBrandl's parnora parnora-mic
mic parnora-mic view of the valley of San
Salvador with low banging clouds
and mountains in the distance
was selected as the best slide of
The El Salvador trip. Brandl is
president of the club. Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Davis took honors with her

excellent shot of Las Piedras Pin

tadas in E) Valle.
Plans were ,nnounced for a
photographic trip to Bogota, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, for the Labor Day week weekend
end weekend the last of August. The group
will visit Bogota for the second
time, and the sightseeing plans
include a one-day trip by bus to
several spots in the Andes.

Closing Program

On Taboga Youth

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TWENTY-FIVE CIVILIAN EMPLOYES of U.S. Army Caribbean have completed an off-duty refrigeration and air-conditioning course conducted by the
Engineer Section. One hour of technical instruction was given each week for a six-month, period and each of these lessons required a minimum of five
hours of study preparation. In presenting diplomas to the graduates. Col. Raymond L. Hill, USARCARIB engineer tleft), commended the men for the in interest
terest interest and effort they demonstrated. Honor graduate was Walter J. Tighe, who rated a 98 percent and Manuel J. Conte, with 97, was second. The in instructor
structor instructor was J. R. Beyers (standing center). Topics covered included simple mathematics, physics and allied subjects as applied to refrigeration. A text textbook
book textbook used, the Trane Refrigeration Manuel, was translated into Spanish through the efforts of one of the students, Waldo Robinson.
Engineer employes taking the course were: Jack Wagner, Jack Gormley, Oscar Prince, Manuel Conte, Ira Will, Mario Mufioz, Oscar De Leon, Albert
Myrle, Frank Austin, James Mathews, David Wilson, Gerardo Hernandez, Edwin Henry, Julio Stevenson, Waldo Robinson, Andres Ovellelro G., Arthur Lee,
Mario Sasso, William Crltch, George Norrls, James Nuckols, Walter Tighe, Homer Wlnford and George Nickel (seen receiving his diploma).

CHURCH OF GOD
Rio Aba jo
The Church of God, at 16th street
Rio Abajo, will commemorate
youth Sunday this week.
There will be special speakers
for the two services, morning wor worship
ship worship and evening service.
The sD&cial speaker for the

Small Tornado Hits Mrs. Nichols Freed

URCHE5 Northwest Milwauke From Hospital, Pleads
1111 I villi n A A r I

I : ' 9 Innocent At Jail

MILWAUKEE, UPK) -A sr.n

whistling tornado rioped noriliviist
Milwauke today in a vicious
Midwest weather outburst which
killed two persons and injured at
least 11.
Only one person was reported

injured in the Milwaukee twister.

morning worship at 10:30 a.m. will But a lightning bolt killed two boys

be Jorge R. Este Mc, a young
Christian who has answered the

call to be trained for the "divine
ministry". Este will be leaving
soon on a scholarship granted by
the "Caribbean Fund" of the Non Non-Denominational
Denominational Non-Denominational Church of God

in Anderson,

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111., lightning injured 10 persons

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THREATENED Herman
Kierdorft, 67, a Teamster of official,
ficial, official, )s shown in a hospital
at Pontiac. Mich., where he
trembled with faer and rage.
Kierdorf's n, p h e w, Frank
Kierdorf, also a Teamster of official,
ficial, official, lay near death in the
hospital. Msf body burned
beyond recognition.

He made the statement after re revealing
vealing revealing that the secret witness
was in protective custody.
The w itness, who surrendere.l
himself to- police at Port Huron,
Midh., last' n 1 g h t, said h
was driving past La Treill's
Cleaners in Flint Sunday night
when the building burst into
flames.
He said he Saw two men run running
ning running from the building and heard
the anguished screams of a third
man inside.
Adsms refused to say whether
the witness could Identify vhe two

men he saw racing from

flaming building.

The closing program of Taboga
Island Youth Camp will be held
Sunday night at the First Bapttst
Church of ftalboa Heights at 7:30.
The camp this year had 83 canir

ers the first week and 68 the se-1 with general offices

cond week, me program was tin-- ind

der the direction of Rev. Ll'on
Vickers, assistant pastor of the

church, and a corps of consellors
and workers that numbered mow
than 20.
Among the .workers were: Mrs.
innri" Jo Adotph. Mrs. Jean hee hee-by,
by, hee-by, Miss Clair Claxton. Mrs. Mice
I'nHstopher, Mrs. Callie Rickson,
Mrs, Sophia Evans, Mrs. Eiira Eiira-beth
beth Eiira-beth Kelgley, Mrs. clco Kinn?tt,
Mrs. June Savage, Mrs. Doris Vi Vickers.
ckers. Vickers. the Rev. William H. Beeby
Joe Christopher, Ivan Haywor;h.
Gary Inman, Don Rentz, Jim Sav Savage,
age, Savage, Robert Snyder, Ed Van Het Het-den,
den, Het-den, and Elton Vickers, and also
Bruce Spurlock and Don Terry as
lifeguards.
In addition to the sporting re
creation, handcraft, and hiking e-

! vents, there was a constructive

I teaching program

i Christian character, Bible study ,.ipp nrPSi,lent Alfonso C. Benneit

and Mble memorization. The young Secretary: Kennefh Nunez, assis

people came trom both Sides ot gpcr,iarv: Thomas L. Mor

ihe Isthmus and irom many nil nil-;ferent
;ferent nil-;ferent churches and communit.es.
Sunday night will feature a brief

review of the work done at camp
under the direction of Vickers; and
specialties by the young people
under the direction of the Rev.
Savage, who led the music and
camp fires at Taboga. Instrument Instrumental
al Instrumental numbers, variety of vocal

the combinations,', and

I will be prsented

The special speaker for the even

ing service will be the Eider A.
Roach, Of the Pentecostal Church
of God.
CHRIST CHURCH
Colon
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, ot
Christ Church By-the Sea, will of officiate
ficiate officiate and preach at all services
Sunday. On the schedule are cele celebrations
brations celebrations of the Holy Eucharist at
6 a.m. and 9 a.m., Morning Pray,
er at 8:30 a.m., and Solemn Even,
song and sermon at 7:30 a.m.
During the 9 o'clock choral eu
charist Father Farmer will install
the officers who will serve Christ
Church chapter of the Knights of
St. Paul for the coming year.
Tn he installed are: Arnold An-

emphasizingi gin president; George N. Samuels

itonso i
etn Nun

tant secretary: lhomas u,

gan, treasurer; Joseph O. Lauru,
chaplain.

SET PRECEDENT

attending a company picnic

The Chicago victims died in a
brief, furious storm which lashed
the city's far south side. The dead
were identified as Santo Rizzo,
14, and Michael Pohrte, 6.
At Quincy, a storm routed 2,000
persons attending the annual Moor Moorman
man Moorman Manufacturing Co. picnic. All
of the injured were huddiling un
der a tree when the lightning
struck. Most of the injured, In Including
cluding Including the wife of the company
president, suffered burns.
The U.S. Weather Bureau fol followed
lowed followed up the storms by warning
of the possibility of more torna tornadoes
does tornadoes in a west central Illinois
area from 30 miles south of Mo Mo-line
line Mo-line to 40 miles southeast of
Peoria, to Vandalia and Quincy,
and back to 30 miles south of

Moline.
Milwaukee's tornado whipped in
behend 70 mile an hour winds,
touched ground near the intersec intersection
tion intersection of 65th and Fond du Lac
Streets, bounced up, and hit again
five blocks further south.

SETS UP AFFILIATE
NEW YORK (UPI) Stanaard

Uil Co., iNew jersey nas sot up a
new affiliate, Esso Tankers, Inc.
to provide technial advice on tank tanker
er tanker design construction and opera operation,
tion, operation, it was announced today.

Kierdorf s last act was to re.
quest to be baptized in the Roman
Catholic Church and be given the
last rites of the church.

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House passed and sent to the
Senate Monday a bill to author authorize
ize authorize President Eisenhower to have
a new flag designed with a 49th
star for Alaska.

- r niirnnts are

the program
at 7:30.

HONG KONG (UPI) Girls

with shapely legs will parade be before
fore before a panel of judges tonight
for the first time in Hong Kong's
history. It's part of a contest to

ureed to ht at imd "nice tegs, ine contest; is

beginning promptly sponsored by a motion picture or organization
ganization organization and an airline.

nd group sinem?!
i. All campers md

INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Mrs

Connie Nicholas, 43, travelled by
paddy wagon from hospital to
courthouse today and pleaded
innocent to charges of murdering

her wealthy, married lover.
The petite, dark-haired divorcee,
a white patch over her eye and
one arm in .a sling, appeared in
public for the first time since the
body of her sweetheart, business
executive Forrest Teel, 54, was
found in his Cadillac last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday outside the apartment of his
new love.
Mrs. Nicholas was found the next
day itv her. car, She had at attempted
tempted attempted to take her life through
a massive overdose of sleeping
pills. She remained in a coma for
two days and then admitted she
had trailed teel to the apartment
and shot him in a frantic struggle
over a pistol.
Television and news cameras
were trained on the slim career
woman and reporters clustered

about her as she walked from the
paddy waggon to the second floor
; of the city hail for fingerprint fingerprinting.
ing. fingerprinting. She then walked downstairs,
crossed an areaway, and climbed
another flight of stairs to the

courthouse annex. A nurse from
Indianapolis General Hospital help helped
ed helped her each step of the way.
Mrs. Nicholas whispered "I
feel very weak"' as she stood be before
fore before Municipal Judge Virgil Nor Norrls.
rls. Norrls. A jailer got a chair for her
while her attorney, Frank Sym Sym-mcs,
mcs, Sym-mcs, entered the innocent pica
and waived arraignment.

CIRO'S NIGHT CLUB
Announces a new show with
famous International artists.

Admire the

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NUVIA and NELIOA
The Famous Singer
AURORA CASTILLO
Famous Panamanian Folklore
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11:30

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Teeners

nsecutive Exhibition Game
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Irian Lutz Hurls 1-Hrt
Shutout Over Carlisle

W The Canal Zone All-Stars won their ninth conse consecutive
cutive consecutive game last night as they defeated the Carlisle
All Stars 6-0. .
JJrian Lutz pitched the seven-inning game with
good control, according to word received by Fred
Rayburn, Coco Solo, via amateur radio. He allowed

only one hit, struck out it
tv... r 7 teeners made six
runs on ten hits and committed
just one error.
The Panama team chalked up
four errors. They used two pitch pitchers
ers pitchers in the game. Yinter was the
Starting pitcher who walked five
and struck out 5. He was relieved
THE ARM Further demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating that he has the rest
avt in KocnKnll Hll I I H". ,11 f P H P
ky Colavito of Cleveland sti-atk
out five in two innings in exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition with Cincinnati.
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by Lambert who struck out one
and walked two.
The Canal Zone tallied two runs
apiece in fourth, fifth and seventh
innings. The seventh inning also
give a bit of excitemet when
i.nt7 walked thp first three men
up to bat. iBut the next man Il.ed
out to center field ana Brian strucK
the last two men out in order U)
end the game. Wilder was sent, on
for Swarzrock at second base in
the fourth inning, Bateman, Cot Cotton
ton Cotton and Lutz were the heavy hit hitters
ters hitters for the game.
There are two exhibition games
left for the C.Z. All Stars to face
Tonight at Miflintown, Pa., they
will play their only night game
the tour. Game time is 7:30. On
tomorrow, in Huntingdon, Pa. ac action
tion action will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The boys are expected to be in
good shape after these past two
weeks of practice games, for the
national tournament when they ar arrive
rive arrive in Hershey Sunday to defend
their title.
Panama
Player
Rathgeber, cf
Pearl, If
Amarati, ss
Bateman, rf
Ness, lb
Cotton, c
Lutz, p
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Swarzrock,
Wilder, 2b
2b
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Nickey, lb
Ezelhoth, c
Tracer, 2b
Darhower, 3b
Dedolt, ss
Padjen
Owlen, cf
beaomershine, rf
Yinter, p
Lambert, p
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MAN WITH THE
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THE KENTUKIAN
return fight!
ROBINSON vs.
BASILPO

LEADING 5'
HITTERS
( Bawd on 250 official at bat.)

National Loaguo
Musial St. L.
Ashburn, Pbi.
Mays, S. F.
Skinner, Pitt.
G AB R
100 353 50
H Pet.
122 .346
139 .344
101 404 65
105 418 76
100 372 67
90 361 41
103 407 77
104 423 63
107 428 68
108 433 82
90 282 34
141 .337
121 .325
117 .324
129 311
132 .312
Dark, Chicago
Aaron, Mil.
Cepeda, is. F.
Walls, Chicago
131 .3061
Banks, Chicago
132 .305
85 .302
Green, St. L.
American League
Runnels, Bos.
376 69
265 30
366 50
358 68
391 67
424 60
362 51
312 66
309 38
293 51
126 .335
88 .332
120 .328
115 .321
125 .320
133 .314
113 .312
97 .311
96 .311
91 .311
Goodman Chi.
Kuenn, Detroit
Cerv, K. C.
Power, Clev.
70
93
95
98
106
Fox, Chicago
Kaline, Detroit 100
Williams, Bos.
Ward, K. C.
Siebern, N. Y.
99
90
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National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda Giants
31
28
25
23
21
21
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox 31
Sievers Senators 31
Mantle. Yankees 30
Cerv, Athletics 23
Colavito, Indians 23
Lemon, Senators 2
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National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Aaron, Braves
90
82
Tl
68
65
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers. Senators
Colavito, Indians
Malzone, Bos.
Lemon, Senators
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77
63
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Along The Fairways
Summit Hills Mixed
Scotch Foursome
Summit Hills Golf and Coui.try
Club has announced that they will
hold their regular monthly mixed
scotch foursome golf tournament
on Saturday, August 30 at 1:00 p.
m. A barbecued steak dinner par party
ty party will follow the tournament ith
dinner bein served at 6:00 p.m.
All interested golfers are urged
to play in this tournament, but
are requested to notify the club
manager Art Farrell, telephone
4 388.
Golfers should line up their own
partners, but effort will be made
to match those golfers who fail
to contact a partner. All goiters
should contact Farrell.
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:20
Fred Astaire Red Skelton
"THREE LITTLE WORDS"
(Repeat Run)
COCO SOLO 7:00
Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace
'THE DEVILS HAIRPIN
In VistaVlslon
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Allan Freed
"MR. ROCK AND ROLL"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"HURRICANE SMITH"
GAMBOA 7:00
Elivs Presley
"JAILHOUSE ROCK"
in Cinemascope!
GATUN 7:00
"THAT NIGHT"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:05
Joel McCrea Mark Stevens
"GUNSIGHT RIDGE"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Francis In The Navv"
PARAISO 7:00
June Allyson Rossano Brazzi
'INTERLUDE
In Cinemascope & Color!
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"MAN IN THE DARK"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"LAND UNKNOWN" and
"FINDERS KEEPERS"
CAMP B I E R D
TONIGHT
"ROCKING ON THE
ISLANDS"
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Theatre will be cleared
following first performance.
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GIVING UP Gabriel Genovese, in center, flanked by detec detectives
tives detectives Thomas Cody, left, and Frank Marone, walks to the Elizabeth
St. Police Station in New York to be booked on charges of serving as
an undercover fight manager. Genovese, who surrendered voluntar voluntarily,
ily, voluntarily, was indicted last week by a Manhattan Grand Jury.
(NEA Telephoto)

Cranston Gets
From Officials
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. (UPI)
John Cranston, of the reddish
brown hair and stream-lined six-foot-two
frame, admitted yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, "I had to control my temper
as well as my service when I went
out there against Sam Giammal-
va."
The 21-year-old southpaw from
San Marino, Calif., who almost
wrecked the Eastern grass court
tennis tourney by eliminating
world champion Ashley Cooper of
Australia on Tuesday and eighth-
seeded Giammalva Wednesday,
said, "Naturally, I was pretty
grim."
"But I'm not bitter about it
now not even about the ad ad-sence
sence ad-sence of club officials during my
match with Giammalva," ho ad added.
ded. added. If this senior finance student
from UCLA had the flaring tem temperament
perament temperament of many former court
stars, he might have stalked off
the court when given the absent
treatment a treatment he could
neither understand nor appreciate.
On Tuesday the hard hitting
Californian with the twisting serve
went out and eliminated Cooper,
6-3, 6-3. Cooper, Wimbledon and
Australian singles champ, gener generally
ally generally is recognized as "world" cham
pion. Crasnston, rated only 29th
among U.S. players, wasn't even
seeded here.

Harney, Vossler Tie Record
With Opening Round 63 s
In $35,000 Milwaukee Open

MILWAUKEE (UPI) Paul
Harney, Worcester, Mass., and
Ernie Vossler, Midland, Tex., tied
the tournament record with 63's
yesterday for the 1st round lead
in what shnnps nn tn he the los
es! championship battle in Die
lour year-history ot the $35,000 Mil Miller
ler Miller Open.
Despite their brilliant seven-un-der-par
rounds, Harney and Voss Vossler
ler Vossler did not outdistance the fie'rl
Fourteen players, including de defending
fending defending champion Ken Ventiri,
were within three strokes of them.
Unknown Brien Charter, Janus Janus-ville,
ville, Janus-ville, Wis., and old-pro Sammy
Snead were one stroke back witn
64's. Each turned in a 30 for the
best nine-hole score of the day.
Snead got his on the front niio
despite a violent wind and rain
storm which haltea play briefly.
More than one-third of the field
of 149 bettered par on the par
70 Tripoli course.
Howie Johnson, Glenwoodic, III.,
and John Potts, Shreveport.
La., the youngest player on the
tour, were tied with 65's.
(Bunched wth Venturi at 66 verc
Chick Harbert, Northville, Mich.;
Lionel Hebert, Lafayette, La.;
Jackie Burke Jr., Kiamesha Lake,
N.Y.; Tom Nreporte, Bronxville.
N.Y.; Bob Goalby, Darien, Conn.;
Gil Cavanaugh, Hobe Sound, Fla. Fla.-Bill
Bill Fla.-Bill Johnston, Provo, Utah; Jim
Turncsa, Elmsford, N.Y.; and
Art Wall Jr., I'ocono Manor, Pa.
A former champion, Gary lk'iid lk'iid-dlecoff,
dlecoff, lk'iid-dlecoff, Hollywood, Fla., shot a 67.
Venturi, the favorite, who fired
a four-under-par 31 on the first
nine but could only equal par on
the remaining holes, said that the
wind and rain bothered him blight-1
ly at the finish.
1 1 ., ...U I..... ..... I,.
ii. iimi wiiii nan .vi i I', win a
loumamenl this year after win winning
ning winning $30,000 in 19.V7, socked in two
eagles and missed a third by only

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Cold Shoulder'
After Upsets
If an obscure performer in any
other sport had beaten a world
champion, he doubtlessly would
have been deluged with congra congratulations
tulations congratulations from every once con connected
nected connected with the contest.
But not in this instance. Instead
of glorifying Cranston, the club
officials concentrated on blasting
Cooper for permitting Cranston to
beat him. They were upset because
they had contributed expense mo money
ney money to bring Cooper to the tour tourney
ney tourney and he had let them down by
being eliminated early, they said.
In the moment of his greatest
triumph, young Cranston must
have felt like a rookie hurler who
had just pitched a no-hit game but
was flabbergasted by hearing ev everyone
eryone everyone condemn the opposing bats batsmen
men batsmen for letting him get away with
it.
No wonder he was fighting his
temper when he went out on the
courts against Davis Cup player
Giammalva of Houston, Tex.
"I said to myself, 'I've just got
to win this one or else they'll
continue to regard Tuesday's re result
sult result as a Cooper loss and not a
Cranston victory,' he said.
He downed Giammalva, 6-3, 0-6,
6-4. When John saw the Texan was
getting to him at 3-0 in the second
set, he coasted the set out and
then overpowered hi min the third.
And he doesn't feel bitter now.
six inches in equalling the tourna tournament
ment tournament record held by Ed Furcol
and iBurke. He also collected four
birdies.
Vossler equalled Harney's soiore
with seven birdies and a fine re
covery fr6m what could have Lcen
a disastrous bunker shot on the
final nine.
Wednesday, Aug. 13, at 7:30 p
m. at the Diablo Service Center
I lie Balboa Mixed League will hold
its initial meeting to organize
for the 1958-59 season.
All last year's members and any
prospective members are urged to
attend. Rosters of the twelve team
will be made up and various rules
and by laws will be adopted.
Junior Bowlings Congress
At the Fort Clayton Lanes on
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings
Aug. 19 and 20, a handicap tour
nament will be held for mixed
quintets, three boys and two girls,
to determine the champions in the
.tumor class of bowlers.
Anyone enrolled in the Summer
Recreation Bowling Program who
wants to enter on any of the teams
should contact their bowling direc director.
tor. director. This promises to be an out outstanding
standing outstanding bowling event of the year
and the first four teams will gel
individual awards. And the leading
young lady and young man who
roll the highest handicap three three-game
game three-game series, will be awarded an
Ebonite Ball drilled to their indi individual
vidual individual specifications. The awards
are being made by the Pan-Canal
Bowling Association, and Lou
Glud.

err nomas

orld Record

By DONAL O'HIGGINS
DUBLIN, Ireland UPI) Al Al-bejt
bejt Al-bejt Thomas, of Australia, running
on his favorite track and paced
by miracle miler Herb Elliott, set
a world rtcord of 8 minutes, 32
seconds tot two miles last night
at Santry Stadium.
Elliott, tbe 20-year-old Austral Australian
ian Australian whered the world mile
mark to 3:54.5 on tbe same track
Wednesday night, helped his coun countryman
tryman countryman smash the official two two-mile
mile two-mile standard by setting a blister
ing pace through the first mile..
After Elliot ran the first mile in
4:22.0, Thomas charged to the
front and clipped 1.4 seconds off
thelisted record of 4:33.4 set
by Sandor Iharos of Hungary at
London May 30, 1955. Elliott, run running
ning running two miles for the first time
since he completed the distance in
9:01 2 years ago, finished second
in 8:37.6.
Thomas, a 23-year-old account accountancy
ancy accountancy clerk from Sydney, set a
world three-mile record of 13 min minutes,
utes, minutes, 10.8 seconds on this same
Dublin track July 9. Until then
he was an unheralded member
of Australia's team for the British
Commonwealth games.
Epbtt, youngest runner ever to
break four minutes in the wile
and already considered the finest
miler in track history, still was
the center of attraction yesterdav.
Apparently fresh despite his gruel
ling Wednesday night performance
and running a ufamiliar dis dis-tace,
tace, dis-tace, he setup the record and
tried to win but could not cope
with the flying Thomas in the last
three laps.
Thomas, a five-foot-five runner
who weighs only 126 pounds, and
JUUott, tbe barrel-Chester 20-vear
old who has run the mile eight
times in less than four minutes
this year, made it a two-man
race all the way.
i hree French Craft
Leading Brest To
Canary Islands Race
LAS PALMAS. Canary Islands,
Aug. 8 (UPI) Three French craft
were reported last night leading
the flotilla of yachts and wind
jammers racing from Brest for
the Canary Islands.
The escorting Spanish Navy cor corvette
vette corvette "Iescubierta" reported that
the threee vessels rn the lead were
in order th 21-ton "Striona,"
"Farewell II" andthe 16-ton "Aile
Noire."
The Aile Noire was overtaken
by the other two vessels late yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The three yachts in turn
have left astern the larger wind
jammers which previously held the
lead.
Light north winds and fine wea weather
ther weather were reported favoring the
smaller craft, which were not
heard from during first half of
tht race.
At noon yesterday the Descubie--ta,
which was then keeping escort
on the leading vessel Aile Noire,
reported a position approximately
250 sea miles in the Atlantic off
the souther point of Portugal.
The Descubierta's .report made
no mention of the 'position of the
Argentine training ship 'Fortuna"
which lead the flotilla the first few
days of the race, nor the 659-ton
Swedish windjammer "Flying Clip
per" which overtook her and lead
throughout the fourth day.
Montreal Increases
IL Lead To 3 Gaines
NEW YOrtK, Aug. 8 (UPI)
Montreal scored six times in the
fifth inning last night to swamp
Miami, 8 1, and increase its Int International
ernational International League lead to three
games over Toronto.
Jim Koranda and Dick Teed pac paced
ed paced the big fifth with homers to
drive in five runs. Koranda also
slammed one in the first inning
to tie the score at one-all.
Bill Harris evened his season's
record at 9-9, while Dick Bunker
lpst his eighth in 15 decisions.
Gene Oliver blasted a two run
homer in the' fifth inning to give
Rochester a 2-1 edge over Colum Columbus.
bus. Columbus. Bob Gibson picked up his
second win against three losses.
Toronto lost a hair game when
the Leafs split a twin bill with
Havna. Toronto won the opener,
5-4, on Stan JokV fhreee-run hom homer
er homer in the seventh inning, but the
Sugar Kings returned in the night nightcap
cap nightcap to score four times in the
15th inning for .a 7-3 victory.
, Bobby Tiefenauer was credited
with his 12th win in the first game.
He has lost seven. Orlando Pena,
tossing shutout ball from the
eighth inning on, evened his re record
cord record at 9 9 in the second contest.
He had lost the opener.
RESUMES PLANE PRODUCTION
B K i ll PACK. N, Y. (UPI)
Grumnwa Aircraft Engineering
Corp. announced today it has
orders for 27 Gulf si ream execu executive
tive executive transport planes with a seat seating
ing seating capacity of 10 to 12. The first
model is expected to fly this
month and marks the company's
return to commercial aircraft pro production
duction production after an interim of several
ytara-

Editor: CONRAPO SARGEAN I
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
61 43 .587
55 51 ,519
52 52 .500
OB
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11
11
II
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
Los Angeles
49 52 .415
50 54
52 56
.411
.481
50 54 .411
49 56 .467
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TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)
St. Louis at Chicago
San Francisco at Los Angeles
(N)
Yesterday' Results
Pittsbureh 010 ooo oio2 7 a
Mil i -
rauwaunee UUU UUU MIX J -2
Friend (14-12), Gross and Voiles.
tpahn (15-7) and Crandail.
Los Aneeles noi cm nnn? 7 n
Chicago 010 000 0001 4 1
Sobs (2-2), Elston Hobbie and
natano.
Solis (2-2' Rlstnn Vtnhhlo A
Thacker, Neeman.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 100 001 0103 9 0
Cincinnati 000 000 2002 9 1
Caldwell (1-0) and SawatskL

Diablo Summer Sports

The Diablo E Leaguers recap recaptured
tured recaptured the honor of celebrating a
victory by taking the long end of
a 27 to 10 contest. The Diablo vic victory
tory victory is accredited to the fine spi spirit
rit spirit and determination that the boys
all show.
These traits are not drilled u to
them by a coach or forced on
them by anyone, but rather the
results of just being fine boys with
good up-bringing.
The Balboa squad is much im
proved and will be a match lor
any team in the coming Summer
Basketball Tournaent.
On July 29 the Diablo D Leagu Leaguers
ers Leaguers played host to the basketoal basketoal-lers
lers basketoal-lers from Gamboa in a 19 to 12
contest in which the boys from
Diablo emerged victorious.
The game developed into a test
of defensive manuevers, with the
lads displaying encouraging aggre aggre-siveness
siveness aggre-siveness and spirit. Don McCoI McCoI-lough
lough McCoI-lough copped the individual -cor
ing nonors ior toe victors with
10 noints total
an exceedingly fine tea game
oiewan crown ana rticnard Ma Ma-guire
guire Ma-guire deserve credit for their stal stalwart
wart stalwart defensive game.Bo b Dunn,
Tommy Zcrnes, and Scotty Tvree

Ernie Banks Swinging
The Most Explosive Bat
In Major Leagues Today

NEW YORK (UPI) Ernie Banks
whose baseball career was threat threatened
ened threatened by a mysterious arm ailment
little more than a year ago, is
swinging the most explosive oat
in the majors today.
As the key man in the Chicago
Cubs' spectacular rise from cellar
to first division, his 1958 achieve achievements
ments achievements are bidding to make him-
-Thp first shnrt.at.nn in hisinrv
to lead the National League in
home runs.
The National League's most
valuable player.
Huns -batted-in Champion of
the N.L. circuit.
The slim, 27-year-old native of
Dallas. Tex., got-four hits Tues
day, including his 31st home run
Frank McGilberry
Shoots Hole-In-One
Al Brazos Brook
Panama Canal pilot Frank Mc
Gilberry yesterday shot a hole-in-one
at the 68-yard 17th hole
at tht Braxos brook Country
Club.
Paying in a foursome with Capt.
Johnny Meehan, Clifford Maduro
and Gil Morland, the "bold" cam campaign
paign campaign used a No. 5 iron, and the
ball landed about five feet from
the cup and then trickled in. It
could not have come at a better
time, as he and his partner, Ma Maduro
duro Maduro were all even with their op opponents
ponents opponents at the 17th tee.
Lottery players take note: It was
the 17th hole, on Aug. 7; Gilberry
is 47, is five feet, seven inches
tall and wears a size 7 shoe. His
waist measurement remains se
cret as his charming golf widow
has promised that he will be al allowed
lowed allowed to join the group from Bra Brazos
zos Brazos to Greenbrier at White Sul Sulphur
phur Sulphur Springs, W. Va., in Septem September,
ber, September, provided he reduces his am ample
ple ample girth.
By the way, it cost Mac $7 in
drinks, X

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W
Pet. GB
New York,
Boston
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
70
54
660
5U !5V
.505 16Vs
.491 1
.485 18'
.461 21
.461 21
.421 25Vi
53 52
52 54
50 53
47 55
47 55
45 62
Kansas City
w
ashington
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit (N)
Kansas City at Cleveland (N)
Baltimore at .Washington tN)
Boston at New York (N)
Yesterday's Results
8 0
ousiun
330 101 OOx-8 11 1
Griggs (3 9), Clevenger, Valen Valen-tinelli
tinelli Valen-tinelli and Courtney.
Sullivan (9-5) and White.
Only games scheduled.
Purkey (13-7) and Bailey."
(Night Game)
San Fco. 000 000 001 1 4 4
St. Louis 305 003 OIx-12 13 0
McCormick (8-4), Monzant, John,
son and Thomas, Schmidt.
Jones (9.8) and Green, H. Smith.
all scored four points, respective respectively,
ly, respectively, to bead Gamboa scoriagj
The following Friday brougM a
quick hah to the Diablo D Lesgu
ers victory celebration, when the
boys Tom Balboa fought to an
overwhelming 59 to 1 victory
Tbe consistent Balboa team a a-gam
gam a-gam played the fine game that
has established them superior ty
thus far in the, D League.
Billy Coy of BalbOa made an
extremely creditable perfomnanctf
on both offensive and defensive:
His 15 points added to the vico vico-tors
tors vico-tors causer but his consistent dis dis-play
play dis-play of basketball ability through throughout
out throughout the game earned him the
praise of his team-mates and the
Diablo squad.'
Right along with Billy's fiiw pi
Ing was that of team member;
Joe Hunt,'1 Joe scored 14 pointa,
and played an all-around fine
game. Chuck Moses wai high sour sourer
er sourer with 22 points.
As Diablo's team fought to not
be shut out, Russell Watson came
through late in the final quarter
to sink a foul shot which thua
ended his scoring rampage with a
total of one point.
and the 10th inning single that
gave the Cubs a 10-9 victory over
the San Francisco Giants.
Coached By Hornsby
Coach Rogers Hornsby must
have got a real bang out of Er Ernie's
nie's Ernie's performance; .for it was ihe
Rajah generally rated the great greatest
est greatest of all right-handed batters
who gave right-handed Efnie ma many
ny many useful pointers and much en encouragement
couragement encouragement this spring.
Tuesday's performance empha emphasized
sized emphasized how Banks is fuelling the ur ur-ward
ward ur-ward surge of a Chicago club that
hasn't finished in the first divi division
sion division since 1946.
As a shortstop Ernie is consid considered
ered considered a better-ttian average field fielder;
er; fielder; but as i. 1958 slugger his fig figures
ures figures could make a Ted Williami
or a Mickey Mantle proud. He s
batting 310 and leads the league
with 31 homers and with 90 runs-batted-in.
iBanks, 'who left Dallas' soft-ball
lots six years ago to take his
chances in big league baseball,
could hardly throw from shortstop
to first base in the spring of 1957
because of a mysterious ailment
in his right arm. It appeared his
career might be finished, alter
four good seasons.
"Better Than Mays"
But Ernie kept plugging away
gamely and the ailment disappear,
ed. He finished the '57 season with
43 hosiers. 102 runs batted-in and
a .285 average.
"They yak about Willie Maya
all the time," growled the Rajah.
"But I think this guy Banks is a
belter hjtter than Wilhe and that
he'll prove it thia year."
Ernie is backing Ilornosby's sum sum-up
up sum-up by belting for laurels. He's try trying
ing trying to do in the National Leacue
what only Vern Stephens of the
1943 St. Louis Browns did in the
American circuit, where he was
the only shortstop ever to lead in
home runs.
In the runs batted-ln department
no shortstop has led the National
League since Honus Wagner back
in 1907, 1908, 1909.



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PAGE NINE
Mossadeq Seeks Repeat Victory In Main Event
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! BUDAT, AUGUST l 1MI

Race Track Graded Entries

1st Rac 7(h

Serit Imp. I Pf
let RACE OF

1- Panicw A. (JoBtter 108
2 rtcafaro B. Baeaa 112
i Oro Purjtd M. Hurley 120
-Coronation Py t 3W.llii
5 The Squire- J. Phillips 11
6 Tony IT. Vasquez 113
7 Jai Alai S. Carvajal 105
8 i'nnc. Vanid. J.Cadogan 106
8 Mis Pa ience A. Perez 115

Purs $400.00

THf DOUBLE
-Oiafenee handicaps
Jockey should help
Dangerous contender
Could get' up here
Form indicates
Refuses at start
Could surprise
Depends on start
Should be close up

04h

Pool Closts 1

2imI Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fas. Port $400.00

2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Recift F. Justiniani 105x Hasn't shown much
2 La Generala A. LourUjss 105x Would pay off here
3 Grand Finish H. Ruiz 104 -Could surprise
4 Cercecero E. Dario 100 Always dangerous
5 Riotoua C. Bovil 106 -Could go all Ihe way
Paquiro A. Alfaro 103x Seems much the best

Pool Closes 1:30

3rd Rece "6" Natives 7 Fgi. Purse $375.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closos 2.00

Six P.C. Bureau
Representatives

Go fishing Today

1 Bugaba F. Justiniani iijjx
2 Rabiblanco R Gome U0

3 Solito
4 Bosilongo
5 Guacamaya
6 Mr. Jack
7 El Pequenc
8 Domitila
9 Julie

C. Quiro, 102x
J. Cadogan 108
J. Rodrig. 105
J. Talavera 105
E. Dano 1D5
J R odrw,. 110
A. Alfan; 102x

- Loiigshot specialist
Bad trailer in last
In and outer now
Disappointed in last
-Early speec1 only
Would pay juicy odds
Racine; 'o ;oorl form
- -Seems best here
Distance to liking

15-1 I
25 1
10.1
5-2
20-1 i
10 1
10. 1
3 5
41 1

GOVERNOR GETS TEENER TEAM PHOTO A framed color
photograph of the arrival of last year's All-Star Champion VFW base
ball tram was presented this week to Governor W. E. Potter by offi officials
cials officials of the VFW. The Governor was at Tocumen to welcome the vic victorious
torious victorious young baseball players last year and told the VFW officers
that he expects to meet this year's, team when they return to the
Isthmus about August 17. The ( anal Zone team has been playing ex exhibition
hibition exhibition games in the States and will start tournament play next
Mondav. Above, left to right are: Governor Potter: Felipe Caznbon,
Department Public Relations Officer for the VFW; and Ralph W.
Zachry, VFW Department Commander.

Six representatives of six P ma mama
ma mama Canal Bureaus will sail 'rum
Balboa this alternoon a boat.. the
Panama Canal launch Runner t.
take part in the Panama Rod and
Marlin and Sailfish Tournament.
The six employes arc the iirs;
of two groups of employes who
will make the four-day fishing trip
in this torunament. The firsi trp
will be rom August 8 through 11

and the second from August 'X
through 18.
Each participant will pay $la.
which will include entrance lee
and subsistence for himsell and
share for the crew.
Selected by the Bureau heads
from among applicants on the ba
sis of the number ol employe in
each unit, those who will Uke
the first fishing trio rom August
s thrniieh 11 are Norbert J. Kei

ler, ol the 'Marine Bureau, George
Vieto, of the AtUninistra'.we
Branch; Lester Hummel, of the
Civil Afairs Bureau; Dr. Roselm
Arosemena, of the Health Bureau;
K. E. Frauenheim, of the Sal"s
and Service Branch; and V. ('.
Melant, of the Dredging Division.

BOB TURLEY
The conversion of Robert Lee
Turl'ey from thrower to pitcher
organ in Ihe spring of 1955 when
the big pitcher reported to the
New York Yankees' spring train training
ing training camp at St. Petersburg h'la.,
wl shook hans with coach Jim
Turner.
The close association which fol followed
lowed followed is paying off this year in
a season tha' makes Turley the
leading candidate for th? Cy
Young Award as pitcher of the
yeir.
The 220 pound right-hander in increased
creased increased his record to 17-4 Tues-,
day night when he brat Ihe rtalti rtalti-more
more rtalti-more Orioles. 41. In 36 innings
this season the Orioles scored a
grand lotal of one run and ir.arif;
only 16 nits o i Turley.
Turley seems reasonably i-er'ain
to become th? bi"gest Yankee

winner ince Lefty Gomez pasted
a 265 record' in 1934. Since then,
no Yankee pitrher has won more
than 21 games in one season.

Player Of The Day Bacancito, Kadir, Lobo

Dangerous Contenders
At President Remon Track

The Stud Miura's classy Chilean-bred veteran
router Mossadeq will attempt to make it two straight
tomorrow afternoon in the featured ?750 seven fur furlong
long furlong sprint for second series imported thorougbreds
at the President Remon racetrack.
The hard running chesmut son win handle the reins on Lobo. T.
of Flexton-Damiani came fiom the (juimedes Alfaro will again do th

ruck to whip Bacanciio in a
stretch duel. Mossadeq was full

of run at the finish nd goins a

way. Kadir came Horn fa

to win up a close third.
Besides this trio, Looo and As

booting on Baeancito but Fernan

do Alvarez w"i take over for Vif Vif-Eilio
Eilio Vif-Eilio Castillo oi Kadir. Jose Ti

back lavera will guide As You Like Her.

Tile small bu. apparently wel.-

P'- idle t eh, ((turn -iroauce jire

LIVE WEIGHT NOW
NKW ORK (NEA) Paul An
rierson makes his professional
wrestling how at Madison Square
Garden against Skull Murphy on
Aug. 9. Anderson is the 350 pound
Olympic weight-lifting champion.

You Like Her are aUo si hcdnleii of the thrillers the true turf fan
starters in the spring, lyihi was js always hoping to witness,
outrun and finished a pom lourtn The secondary attraction pits
behinrl Mossadeo while As Vou j streatch-burning Michiripa agai r-t
Like Her probably lost her chance six other fourth series thorough thorough-in
in thorough-in the Republic of Chile Classic breds. Playboy. Di-ti e0. I"-
when she became fractious before j Wall, Gcrmanio, Canoe anr M M-the
the M-the starl of the race and hrew nandoagua are the other s-Oeduied
herself on the ground. starters.
Ruben ( Caliche t Vasquez re replaces
places replaces leading jockey Braulio Bac- Ten other prospective thriller
za aboard Mossadeq while Baeza are included on the program.

4th Raco "E and f" Natives 7 Purtt $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Black Bee
2 Ciria
3 Desiree
4 Danielruti
5 Naranjazo
6 Jipi Japa
7 Folleti o
8 Enganoso.
9 Brae Val
10 Tuti Fruti

S. Carvijdl 108
H. Gusune 102
F. Alvarez, 106
A. Alfa i u i05x
C. Ruiz 115
H. Ruiz 106
A. Lourless lOOx
B. Baeza 108
F. Hidalgo 110
J. Rodrig. 110

-Has strong finish
Good start would help
-Would be surprise
Always dangerous
Dangerous contender
Mutuels favorite
-Enjoying good form
Sharpened for this
Refuses a start
Distance handicaps

3-1
4 l
10-1
5-1
5-2
2 1
111 1
3-1
5-1 j
5J

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

J0

NOTES

Sth Rac 7th Serlei Imp. I F9s. Purse 400.00 Pool Closos 1:00

1 Lanero J Jimenez 115 -Not against these
2- Aberargie G. Sanchez, 112 -No. 1 contender
S Ruscal A. Lourless 107x -Would pay off too
4 Romance B. Baeza 110 -Seems best here

2,1-1
2 1
15-1
? 5

Many changes were registered
at the President Remon race racetrack's
track's racetrack's offices during this week.
Bugaba. an inconsistent na'ive
mare, was sold to Gregorio Mu
rillo and is being trained by Gas Gaston
ton Gaston Aguilar.
Gerald Silvera took over the
training of Clifford D. Morgan's
Coronation Day and Platano.

year-old chestnut offspring of In-heritor-Yukuki,
is owned and train
ed by Prudencio Pinillo. San Vi Vicente
cente Vicente will go against Silver Girl
in a race for native maidens.
Dependable, a brown three-year-old
colt by Dante-Woodflower" is a
scheduled starter in Sunday's see
ond race. He is owned and liain liain-ed
ed liain-ed by Daniel Ciniglio.

ith Rac Sth Seriel Imp. 7 PBa. Purst $500.00
lat RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Baremo
2 Alhajar
I Greco
4 Philliyipon'
5 Colifato
7 Coral

A Perez 110 Has show'i nothing
f. Justiniani 105x Bad legs hamper
B. Baeza J08 Jockey shoj'.d help
A. Credidio 103 Ran well in Isst
J. Rodriguez 105 Has iate rusfl
A. Alfaro lOlx Longshot possibility

Jipi Japa, bought only a fort fortnight
night fortnight age by tho Stud Rio Gran- i

j da, is now tha property of tho
Pool CIoioj 3:40 Stud Lo Angeles with Jose O. j
i Mendoxa doing tho training.
Amat, a confirmed bad actor at;

AO 1 the starting gate, and Don Cinlo
10-1 i will race with blinkers in the fu

ture.

5Z
2-1

7th Race 7th Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purte $400.00
lnd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1- Elks
2 Sicabu
8 Vespucio
4 Rutilante
5 Destello
Golden Corn
T Carcaman

H. Reyes 115 Returns "from Uyoff
A. Vasquez IIS -Will fight i out
A Ulioa 110 Better at spruits
0. Madrid 103x -Must go lower
F. Alvarez 106 Quits at this distance
J. Talavera 110 Not good enough
H. G-ustines 115 -Seems best hers

Ith Race Ith Sorfea Imp. 7 Fg. Pore $400.00
QUINIELA

lDun M. Hurley 113
2Zutphen J Talavera 110
r.VHl Fire M. Correa 115

4 Puesto
5 Camberwell
8 Bradomin
7 Amat
I Lucky Test

B. Baeza 105

J. Rodrig 115
A. Alf'iro 102x
J. Cadogan 105
A. Credidio 100

Returns from layoff
-Ran well recently
Nothing to indicate
Weak-fiearted riuitter
Usually close up
Bad legs hamper
Refuses st start
-Would surprise

Gaston Aguilar is Cypress Bull's
new trainer.
Recife is now listed as the pro

perty of Jose M. Quintero Jr. with;
Pool Closes 4:10 I Jose M. Quintero in charge of con conditioning
ditioning conditioning the animal.

Del Vecino. an Argentine,
thoroughbred that has yet to winj
his firt race locally? was bought)
by Robert Ladner and is being
trained by Antonio Eskildsen.
Presidente is now owned by Ro-;
berto St Louis while Simeon Al Allen
len Allen is the new trainer.

oOo
Dependable, San Vicente and Sil-1
ver. Girl are the debutants sched-j
uled to enter the local racing scene
I Sunday.
i Silver Girl, a bay filly by Silver

Domino, out of a mare by Charm-j
.wl A.i, -iv ic Mirna inH tramfl'l !w I

Leon L. Sainten.

San Vicente, an impressive two-

;o t

15-1
..5-2
3-1
100-1
5-1
50 I
3-2

Pool Closes 4:40

Consistent iBraulio Baeza has
taken an early lead in the second
semester jockey contest with 23
victories as compared to 18 for
runnerup Fernando Alvarez.
Baeza't arch-rival, Heliodoro
(Papito) Guttines, returns to
the saddle tomorrow with threo
mounts. He hat four chances on
Sunday. Gustines is completely
recovered from a fractured icft
upper arm suffered about six
weeks ago aboard Pocas Pil Pilches.
ches. Pilches. oOo
Agustin Soane Jr. leads the train
ers with 45 Vi victories with Luis
H. Farrugia second with 40 win3.
The Stud Los Siete tops the own

ers with earnings of $23,605 fol followed
lowed followed by the Haras Carinthia with
$21,462.50.
oOo
Puesto returns to action In to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's eighth race under the
colors, of the Stud Rio Grande.
Eustacio (Taehito) Garcia de Pa Pa-redes
redes Pa-redes trains him.

PEDRO MIGUEL
The regular bi-monthly trap sbeoi
of the Pedro Miguel Gun Club
consisting of two 25 target events,
will be held next Sunday, Aug. 10.
One event will be twenty-five i;.
yard targets thrown 50 yards fMm
an electrir trap against a skv uark
ground. The other will be 25 tar targets
gets targets thrown in the same manner
but shot 'rom ATA yardages.
For those shooters who carp In
gamble a little on their known
ability, there will be an op'ii.ml
entrance fee of $1 one dollar) o'i
each 25 target event, divided
straight percentage, five divisions.
Targets at this shoot will m.' be
registered with the ATA as I Ins
is onlv a warmun practice shoot
for the big 1TA Trophy and Mer Merchandise
chandise Merchandise Shoot to be held at this
club on Aug. 24 when the targ'il targ'il-will
will targ'il-will be regislered if so desiied
Cool drinks will be on tap. Self
service.

EXCHANGE OF ATHLETES
MOSCOW (NEA) Olymnic pole
vaulting champion Bob Richards
urged the United States and Rus

sia to establish an "exchange of
amateur athletes on the sane
i basis that students are exchanged.

JUMPING MARK
OCEANPORT, N.J. (NEA) Pub Public
lic Public choices in iumping races c.a e
a winning mark of 66.7 per cent
at Monmouth Park this season.

2 1
5-2

25-1

4-1
52
5 1
81
8-1

tth R.eo 4th Serio. Imp. 7 Pa. Purse $600.00

Pool Closet 5:1$

1 Play Boy
2 Distinfo
3Towns Wall
4 Germanic
5 Canoe
8 Michiripa
7 Manandoagua

Vasquez 113
Gonzalez 110
Sanchez 112
Alvsrez 108
Castillo 110

B. Baeza 118
C. Quiros 105x

-Has late foot
-Racing to best form
-Reportedly ready
-Usually disappoints
-Improving steadily
-Seems best here
-Ran well in return

10-1
3- 1
5-1
4- 1
51
EVEN
5- 1

10th Race lnd Sorlea Imp. 7 Pgt. Purte $750.00

lMossadeq R- Vasquez 115 -Could score again
t Baeancito A. Alfaro 105x -Distance to liking
LaS You Like Her J. Tala. 110 -Better tin, week
4 Lobo B. Baeza 106 Jockey will help
5 Kadir F. Alvarez 115 -Hard to beat here

Pool Closet 5:40

3 1
2- 1
3- 1
4- 1
2-1

11th Race Special Imp. 5 Fgt. Purte f$0.00 Pool Closet :0$

1 Maese
2 Double Dee
S Bright Spur
4 Deungalope
Si Now Then
( Pastoreo

J Talavera 108 Has strong finish
R. Vasquez 113 Distance suits style
iB. Baeza 115 Form indicates
V. Castillo 113 Not against these
A. Perez 110 Distance handicaps
A. Alfaro 103x Seems in an outer

4.1

7 5
7-5
5.1
10-1
10-1

Uth Race "C
1-Argyla
2Nirvana
S flapa
4 Chito
5 Blanquita

end D" Natives Purte $425.00

Gustine 115

Pool Cletet

H

Returns from layoff

R Baeza 115 MutuHs favorite

A. Lourless lOOx Early speed only .,
F. Justiniani IuOd Distance handicaps
A. Credidio 104 Not good enough

8-1
4-5
251
101
" 5-1

Dusty Rhodes Says
He, Margoneri Still
Friends After Fight

j PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPIV- For
mer World Series hero Dusty
Rhodes and pitcher Joe Margoneri
! of the Phoenix Giants scoffed "o "o-Iday
Iday "o-Iday at report of their fight
i board an airVer and said they're
"still good friends."
Rhodes and Margoneri were boot booted
ed booted from a Western Airlines plane
I at San Francisco Monday night,
j "It was a scuffle, not a fight."
said Dusty, a New York Gianti
I hero of the 1954 World Series. "Joe
i and I are still good friend."
j William Rosy Ryan, genera
I manager of the Pacific Coast
League farm team, said both men

had been fined. The amount was
not announced.
The repor' of the plane tight by
an airline stewardess involved
jousting lounge chairs broken and
tables smashed. The reason for
the ight was not established.
Margoneri. a pitcher, said,
"Those reports of damage to the

plane are grossly exaggerated. One
of those little plastic tryas might
have gotten broken, but that was
S about all."

Washington State
Joins Stanford
To Disband PCC

PULLMAN, Wash. (UPl)-W-ash
lngton State College will join Stan Stanford
ford Stanford in seeking to disband the .Pa .Pacific
cific .Pacific Coast Conference at a PCC
meeting in Portland, Ore., this
week end.
Stanford announced last week it
would propose dissaolving the con conference
ference conference at the meeting, and WSC
president C. Clement French said
Tuesday his school would supourt
the recommendation.
Four members, UCLA, Southern
Cab onus, California and Wash
ington, already have announced

mm mi rni ions 10 pun OUl 01 me
strife lor league.

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 The Squire
2 Paquiro
3 Domitila
4 Enganoto
5 Romancere
e Coral
7 Carcaman
I Dun
Michiripa
10 Bacancite
11 Double Dee
11 Nirvana

Oro Pbrito
Cervecero
Black Bee
Black Bee
Aberargio
Philipipon
Sicabu
Zutphen
Diitinge
Kadir
Bright Spur
Argyla

GUM SAVIS YOUNGSTER
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) The
chewing gum 12-year-old Patsy
Lewis had in her shirt pocket
probably saved her from serious
injury. A stray .22 caliber bullet
struck her in the cheat, but the
package of gum cushioned the
impact and she suffered only a
slight bruise.

Whatever
Hapoened to .
JESS HARPER
Most every student of foo'hall

knows the spiral forward pass be became
came became a popular offensive weapon
in 1913 when No're Dame half halfback
back halfback Gus Dorals kept firing ti e

ball to end Knute Rockne in a 35 35-13
13 35-13 upset Of Army. What may hivo
been forgotten is that a grid ge genius
nius genius named Jess Harper coached

that famed Fighting Irish team.

Harper led the Irish to 32 vic'.oil
onlv five defeats and one tie in a

five-year coaching span at South

Bend. Inc., and when he retired m

1917 he nominated Rockne aa hil

successor. After Rockne a death in
a olane crash, Jess returned Brief

ly aa Notre Dame athletic direc

tor but retired again after two

years.

Whatever happened to Jeai tiarp

er? Now 74, he still lives on nis

cattle ranch near Sitka, Kan to
which he twice retired from bis

chores at Notre Dame.

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Automobiles

1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
ant) white, radio, power at coring;
2-1891. 2-1895 weekdays 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nighta and Sundays.
FOR SALE: f 957 M.G. con con-vcrtiblt,
vcrtiblt, con-vcrtiblt, good condition, ovtr ovtr-hauiod.
hauiod. ovtr-hauiod. Tel. 3-7577 from 12

noon to 2 p m,
FOR SALE:
1953 Ford,
4 door $700.00
1953 Fontiac,
hard top $700.00
1953. 4 door
Station Wagon $900.00
1952 Pentiac
Catalina $600.00
1956 Ford.
4 door $1,350.00
1955 Mercury
Montclair 1.650.00.
1953 Oldsmobile.
4 door $700.00

AGENCIAS COSMOS,
Tel. 2-4586
Frangipani St., front
National Stadium
S. A.
FOR SALE: 1955 Cadillac
coup 62, excellent condition,
wtw, radio, power, steering, tint tinted
ed tinted glass, Los Rios 623 1-B, 2 2-3658.
3658. 2-3658. 1956 Mereury-Montclair rR Top
tuton. Power brakes, radio,
leather upholstery. WsW tires.
Excellent car.
1957 Buick-Riviera Hd Top
Coupe White tires, radio, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition.
1957 Chavrolat-Sfatien Wagon
4DR, radio, plastic upholstery,
tutone 6 Cyl. red b Ivory; stand stand-trans.
trans. stand-trans. Like new.
1956 Cadillac Hard Top Coupe,
power brakes tt steering, radio,
WW tires. Excellent condition.
1957 Dodge V8 Coronet Hd. top
Coupe tutone, radio, WS W
tires.
1955 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon 4DR,
radio tutone, stand, trans., 6 cyl.
excellent condition,
1957 Hillman-4DR Sedan tutone tutone-Like
Like tutone-Like new.
1954 Buidk -Convertible, r.dl
power brakes 6 steering, white
tiraa, leather upholstery.
If -"-:
1957 Flat 4DR Sedan. Excellent
mechanical condition.
1952 Marcury-Hard top Coupe
tutone, radio, WW tires, excel excellent
lent excellent conditions.
1954 luick-4DR Sedan, tutene,
power etoering, radio, leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, WS W tires.
1955 Chevrolet, radio, new up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, standard, 6 cyl.
1951 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR t
cyl.. radio, WSW tires, power
tearing.
AUTOS IISENMAN. Sells the
beet used ears at the best prices.
Teh. 2-2616, 2-4966. Next to
the Coca Cola Plant.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chrysler Sa Saratoga;
ratoga; Saratoga; 4 dr., white and gold,
power equipment plus other ex extras;
tras; extras; may accept trade in; $1,000
below cost, Rodman 3784..
FOR SALE : 1957 Mercedes
Benx hardtop coupe, sort wave
radio, black, very little mileage,
duty paid. Call Panama 3-7192
6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1930 Model "A"
Ford $150. Balboa 2-3676,
house 152 1-B Gavilan Road.
Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge Cere Cere-net
net Cere-net with extra $1400. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2427 or 2-2392.
FOR SALE: 58 Chevrolet Bel Bel-Air.
Air. Bel-Air. V-8, standard shift, 4 doer,
hard tap, sedan, twe tone, plastic
seat cover,, radio, wrear seat
epeaker with or without air con conditioning.
ditioning. conditioning. Less than 5000 mile.
Albrook 7228.
FOR SALE. 57 Willys jeep,
Meckel C5, less than 6000 miles,
new top, undercoated. Albrook
7228.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet. Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. All others $12.95. Free ins installation
tallation installation Tivoli Motors at Tirell
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
8 MARVELOUS DAYS
VISITING
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SEPT. 13-20
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20 Months to Pay)
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1953 Willy, itation
wagon in excellent condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, new tires. Must sell
new. Best offer accepted. Also
complete camping equipment for
three. Call Curundu 4174. be between
tween between 5 and 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
1954 Ford Customline V-8 se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition, driven
only 23.000 miles. Panama 3 3-6784.
6784. 3-6784. FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special.
4-door hardtop, Dynaflo, power
brake, and steering, w wall tires,
radio and heater, $2500. Finance
Available 3-241 1, 8510 A. Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. FOR SALE: Priced to sell today.
1949 Mercury 2-door sedan, ra radio,
dio, radio, duty paid. $150.00. 5775-A.
Diablo. Phone 2-3795.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet De
Luxe, all extras including radio,
5 excellent tires. Very good clean
car. $250.00 after 4.30 p.m.
Call 93-1794 House S229-B.
6th St. Margarita C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 6
Biscayne, fordor sedan 124-B
Gamboa, Tel. 6-170, cost $2564
price $1950.
Apartments
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with one bedroom $75.00.
96 Via Porras. Tel. 3-2128.
FOR RENT: High in El Can Can-grejo.
grejo. Can-grejo. Very elegantly furnished
one bedroom apartment with
dinette, living, dining porch, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 90 Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Tel. 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Just built, cool,
modern, two bedroom apart apartments,
ments, apartments, text to No. 149, Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras, near 50th street. $65.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, aix
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For Information
call to Tel. 3-1421.
FOR RENT: Large vary cool
and cheerful screened I Vi bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in Bella Vista.
Please call 2-1455 during office
hours or 3-1988 after.
FOR RENT: Half of chalet. In Independent,
dependent, Independent, completely furnished,
modern. With all necessities,
linens, kitchen utensils, residen residential
tial residential area, garage, garden, hot
mater, near bustop. Tel. 3-5356.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, Herbruger Transiith Transiith-mian
mian Transiith-mian area, across Los Angeles,
100 mtrt. Supermarket, Tel.
3-5025.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, hot water.
Perejil, Second street No. 11.
Phone 3-2694 3-0533.
Discussion Group
Tonight At Fort
Clayton's Club
The Fort Clayton Service Club's
newly formed discussion zrouD has
scheduled a meeting for tonight
(Friday), at which the topic will
be "Limited War." All interested
military personnel and their de dependents
pendents dependents are invited to attend.
Also on the agenda at Fort Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's club this evening is a chess
club meeting at 6:30 and bridge
lessons at 7 o'clock. Pfc. Bill
Donahue of the U.S. Army Garri Garrison
son Garrison at Fort Clayton is to be the
instructor.
A trip to Fl Valle has been sche scheduled
duled scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 10. Enlist Enlisted
ed Enlisted men assigned to Fort Clayton
and their dependents are welcome
to attend and should make rcer
vations for this day-long excursion
by contacting the club.
CORK BOARD
FOR SALE
Hojalateria Panama, S.A.
Calle 85 y Transistmlca
Tel. 3-6122 j 3-6123
HI FIDELITY
Bogen, University, Wrbcpr
Tanney, Wharfedale, Tho Tho-rens.
rens. Tho-rens. Top U.S., Fvuropean
and Japanese Blues. Design
Engeneering and Custom
building facilities. Easy
plans
TROPELCO, S.A.
45 St. ard Via Espafta
Tel. 3 1 28.)

HAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OK OUB

INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONfcS No. 3 toiler? Flam a CASA ZAUJO Central Ave. 45 e) LOUBDKS PHARMACY 181 La Carrasquilla I' ARM A CIA I OM
BAKOO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON llh of July Ave. J SI. o LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TlvoU No. 4 FARMAC1A ESTADOS UNIDOS-H9 Onlral Ave
FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. d la Oast Ave. No 41 o FOTO DOMY Jiistn Arosemrna Ave and 33 St o tAR tAR-MACIA
MACIA tAR-MACIA VANDERJ1S 50 Street No. 53 0 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lfevre J Street o FABMAC1A "SAS"-Vta Forres 111 NOVEDADES ATH1S
Beside the Bella "liU Theatre.

Resorts
Spend your weekends at Ria
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. FOSTER'S Cottaa.es and Largo
Beach House One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages
Santa Clara R de F. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR RENT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet in 94 street San
Francisco and 50 Street No. 31.
Three bedrooms livingroom, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, porch, kitchen, garage,
maid's rooms with service inde independent.
pendent. independent. For information call
Tel. 2-2037. Can be seen from
5 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT. Modern chalet,
three bedrooms, porch, furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, very good condition, including
televisor Hi-Fi in front beach,
Coco del Mar. Tel 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, Santuario Nacional
No. 4, Campo Alegre, Tel. 3-
2795.
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evv Tues. and Frl.
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
Panama Col6n
US National Rille
And Pistol Matches
Mart At (amp Perry
The 1958 National Rifle and Pis Pistol
tol Pistol Matches began yesterday at
Camp Perry, Ohio, with the fir firing
ing firing two international type pistol
matches in each of which some
1 300 handgunners competed.
Winner of the first match the
international Free Pistol 50-Meter
Match, was won by Navy Trpe-
doman's Mate First Class Casper
P. Defino of San Diego, Calif.,
who fired a match record 550-22
lo take the first in the month lo:.g
national shooting championships
His score broke hy two points the
previous record set by Army Mis
ter Sergeant Hen et Joe Bcnner,
m 1955. Sergeant Benner former
ly was stationed at Fort Koi.be.
Taking second with a score ot
540-20 was U.S. Marine Lieutenant;
Paul Shank, while the Army's j
Sergeant Meriweather Jones oi Pt.
Lewis, Wash was third with 537 537-21.
21. 537-21. The matches are scheduled to
continue until early September.
CHICAGO (UPI) Gamblo Skog
mo Inc. has purchased 41 7 per
cenl of the outstanding common
slock of Western Auto Simply Co.
it was announced vesterdav.

AGENT OR OUR OFFICES AT IS S7 "W

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Beautiful Antique
secretary 129.00; Mahogany up upholstered
holstered upholstered living room sets 98.00;
Hollywood bed from 37.00; bunk
beds 44.00 mahogany; dining
room table and 4 chairs 45.00;
Dresser with mirror 29.00, 4 pc.
Rattan living room set 99.00;
large kitchen cabinets 65.00;
modern coffee tables 18.00; end
tables 7.50; Basket chairs 12.00;
New Mattresses 12.50; Pillows
1.50; Chair 2.50; CASH DIS DISCOUNTS
COUNTS DISCOUNTS Household Exchange
National Ave. No. 41. Tels.
3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Heywood Wakefield
9 pc. living room set. plastic
covered cushions; mahogany din dining
ing dining room table and two chairs.
Excellent buy. 53rd street, El
Cangrejo No. 17, Apt. 1.
FOR SALE: Duomatic Bendix
washing-drying machine. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. 10081, 10th. St.
Apt. 3 upstairs, Colon.
FOR SALE: Household effects
of L. H. DcVore, deceased, in including
cluding including one G fc monitor top,
all porcelain refrigerator, 60
cycle, one hospital bed. Quarters
0629-C. Gamboa, Saturday
August 9.
FOR SALE: Bamboo, chrome
set, Chinese rugs, metal furniture,
other household articles. House
716-A Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Complete household
furnishings: Rattan dining room
set, Rattan living room set, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom set. Magic Chef
stove, Westinghouse refrigerator,
mahogany and Rattan tables etc.
Phone 3-6210.
FOR SALE: Late large wringer
type washing machine, comple completely
tely completely overhauled', new motor, 60
cycle. Must move VS. 00.
5775-A, Diablo. Phone 2-3795.
FOR SALE: Electric freexer
maid of honor $15.00. Tel. 6172
No. 2029-A, Curundu
FOR SALE: Daybad, armchair,
drop-leaf table, washing machine.
Phone Curundu 3280.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse refri.
gerator 9 ft. all porcelain. Maw
60 cycle motor $85.00. Carr St.
2233 Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA refrigerator,
Frlgidfairo washer, child's crib,
RCA stove and other appliances.
Tel. 3-1709.
Seventh-Day Youth
To Observe Annual
Week Of Prayer
The Seventh-day Adventist youth
of the Pacitic English districi will
celebrate their special annuii weeK
of Prayer beginning tomorro v and
concluding Sunday, Aug. 17 at the
Central Church, on Francisco de
la Ossa Avenue.
The series of studies to be used
has been prepared by Elder Ed
ward E. Cleveland, associate se secretary
cretary secretary of the Ministerial Asso Association
ciation Association of the General Conference
of Seventh.day Adventist since
1954, and are designed to lend a
spiritual lift to young tnd old
who attend.
Elder Cleveland is an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding evangelist who has conducted
jat least 21 major evangelistic ef
forts during the past ten years
in the Southern United States,
Washington, Chicago, and in U U-ganda,
ganda, U-ganda, East Africa.
The presentation of these themes
will be made by Pastor Fulton R.
Archibold, visiting pastor from the
Colombian Islands, at the 11 o'
clock services on the Sabbaths,
and at 7:30 nightly during the
week. The meetings will be cli.
maxed on Aug. 17, with a baptis.
mal service conducted by Pastor
W H. Waller.
All these services are dedicated
lo the English-speaking youih of
the Pacific area, but there will be
much of interest to lend a spiri.
lual lift to older folks, a spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen said.
LOSES FELINE FAMILY
CHICAGO (UPH A 1 o l e 1 y,
middle. aged widow lost her plea
(n jppp hPr feline family together.
A judge ordered Mrs. Georgiana
I ,1." R1 in ( rj,i nf her IS cats.
because they were living alone in
a hm)Sp shp- owns
R0nR ,0 bp hard on mf
1 Mrs H sajf) afpr thp nij
, h f n ,1
1 L' ,h.,0 nr...
vf- T10 mv whole h,P
air coNnrrioNFRs
CLIESON
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
residents.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45 St. and Via Fspaiia
TEL. 3-128.-)

STREET. PANAMA LIBRERI A PltECIAJDO-7 Street Ne 1J AGENCIAS

Miscellaneous
COME! HURRY! COME!
Just received large shipment art
porcelain wares, big bowls, vases,
flower post, platers etc; beauti beauti-full
full beauti-full carved large brata trays,
bowls. Gongs, many new styles
furniture, baskets and novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT LUM'S
40 F. de la Otsa Ave. 11.
FOR SALE: Buick 51 Special,
good condition, new tires. Up Upright
right Upright piano, good condition.
Wringer type, washer 25 cy.
904-C Rousseau W. Bank. Navy
3175.
FOR SALE: Complete Amateur
Radio Station; Collins Receiver
and Speaker, DX-100 Transmit Transmitter
ter Transmitter Co-ax switch, Bean Antenna,
Instruments will demostrate Sa Saturday
turday Saturday and Sunday. Call 3-1944,
House 8162 Sabal Street, Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. C. Z.
FOR SALE: Argus C-3, Key Keystone
stone Keystone 8 mm. projector screen and
splicer, good prices. Tel. 3-7755.
FOR SALE: Piano Wurlitxer
Spinet. Excellent condition. 8420
Margarita or Cris. 2598.
FOR SALE: A good piano in
perfect condition. Tel. 3-4947
or 3-0672. 7-8 Leonidas F. Gar Garcia.
cia. Garcia. 34 Street No. 6-33.
FOR SALE: Combination radio
and record player. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Ancon Blvd. and Mania
nillo St.
FOR SALE: Girl's 26" bicycle,
good condition, price $15, 548-B
Curundu Hgts. 83-2214.
FOR SALE: Two bicycles with
horns, good condition, $10 each.
Tel. Panama 3-2785.
FOR SALE: Automatic West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse toaster, $9.00. Buffet,
newly painted, with electric heat heater,
er, heater, $9.50. Metal dresser, $5.00.
Single metal bed, spring, mat mattress,
tress, mattress, all $9.50 2 chairs and
mall table, $2.00. 5775-A, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. Phone 2-3795.
Real Estate
FOR SALI: A very good farm
in Potrerillos, Province of Chiri Chiri-qui,
qui, Chiri-qui, at 2,800 feet above tea level,
21 miles of highway from David:
90 heetareas (225 acres) of pas pasture
ture pasture in first class condition; 28
heetareas (70 acres) of sugar
cane: sugar mill and complete
equipment to make three thou thousand
sand thousand (18 ounces each) cakes
of PAMELA (Brown Sugar) daily.
Fairbanks 1 5 h.p. electric motor,
low speed: all used only six
months. One and one half mile
water ditch; and also, two thou thousand
sand thousand feet of galvanized water
pipe line. Nice home, well fur furnished,
nished, furnished, with electrie stove and
also wood range, water heater;
quarters for laborers; twelve
oxen; four ox-carts; three horses;
electric light and power from Em Em-presas
presas Em-presas Electricas de Chiriqui; two
miles private telephone line to
town of POTRERILLOS, connect connecting
ing connecting with all cities in the country.
For further information and price,
phone Balboa 2-2104, Balboa
2-4128, Balboa 2-2461.
FOR SALE: Small and big lot
in Rio Abajo, near to the Church,
from 3.00 mts 2. Pawn Shop
Stanxiola 16 West Tel. 2-1 155.
NATIONALISTS ON ALERT
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Chinese military forces
were placed on the "highest de.
gree of alert" yesterday after
the government reported Commu Communist
nist Communist MIG jet planes deployed only
22 minutes from the capital. The
Defense Ministry announced Tues.
day night that per-sonio MIG
17's had moved into the closest
attacking position to Formosa
since the Nationalists were driven
off the China mainland in 1949.
HAWAIIAN DAY
BRUSSELS (UPI) The U.S.
pavilion at the World's Fair will
hold a Hawaiian Day Sept. 21, a
spokesman said yesterday. The
Hawaiian colors will fly alongside
the Stars and Stripes, he said, and
there may be a delegation from
Hawaii.
TELERAD
Call
22374
All
Brands
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
ELECTRONICS

...

Service

SERVICES

3 -minute car wash $1. steam
eleaninn of motor $5. waxino of
cars $6. Auto-Bano Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt aervice
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 plus parts (local calls
only). No charge for calls if not
repaired in your home. Phone 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. Inc. 9:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.
m. Saturdays.
House Supports Bill
For Scholarship,
4id To Education
WASHINGTON (UPI)
House today beat down

108 a Republican led attempt, mate Pete Runnels, who leads the,
to kill a $1,070,000,000 space-age 1 circuit.
education bill. I Ted's current mark is a far cry
The "sudden death" move to i from the .388 mark he led the
block consideration of the mea league with last year, but before
sure was defeated after an hour the season started he "promised
of spirited debate in which Rep he'd hit "around .340''' anil he gen gen-John
John gen-John Taber CR.N.Y.) denounced erally coies pretty "s to, the

"this crazy bill."
Chairman Howard W. Smith (D (D-Va.)
Va.) (D-Va.) of the rules committee urged
his colleagues to stop considering
MtlIfbWea legislation we al always
ways always get towards the end of the
session."
As drafted by the House Edu
cation Committee, the bill would
provide 20,000 four.year college
scholarships a year ranging from
$500 to $1,000 for bright students.
It also would provide federal
scholarships and loans for college
students; graduate fellowships;
grants for science, language and
mathematics equipment in the
public schools; and a variety of
timer ieaiures to Deei up eauea eauea-tion
tion eauea-tion in general and scientific
teaching in particular.
The bill's author. Rep. Carl El
liott (D-Ala.), and Republican
backers expressed cautious opti optimism
mism optimism that the House will pass the
measure, orobably today.
Before the House halted debate
for the day, Rep. William H.
Ayres (R-Ohio) served notice he
will offer a substitute today pro providing
viding providing merely governmnt euaran-
tees for private loans to college
students and 10 million dollars a
year in grants to states for sci science
ence science teachers and equipment.
Ayres contended that a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship program was not needed. He
said "thousands of scholarships
now go begging."
iBut Rep. Frank Thompson Jr.
iu.in.j.) said the unused rholar
ships average only $50 each Other
sunnorters of the, bill said two-
thirds of scholarshiDs availahle
now cover less lhan 20 oer cent
of the cost of college exDe.nses.
President Eisenhower wants the
scholarship figure cut to 10 000.
Elliott and a bi partisan group
r House education committee
members have agreed to cut the
bill's 20,000 scholarships per vear
down to 10,000 and to limit them
to needy students to meet the
President's position
Reducing scholarships to lO.OOO
a year would slice 160 million dol
lars off the bill's $1,070,000,000
cost over a seven. year period.
CFN s Radio-TV
j Cuam Clolaila
The following sports events have
been scheduled for the Caribbean
Forces Network during the com
ing week:
Radio
Boston vs. New York
Sunday Boston vs. New York
a' 1 p m.
Monday Baltimore vs. New
York at l p.m.

luesday Baltimore vs. (New0ne nut, and-after rain caused a

Yonc at l p.m
Thursday New York vs. Bos
PViHav PlavolnnH v Pliirn
1 '"
TV
Sunday Baseball Game of
the Week at 3:30 p.m. Milwaukee
vs. Giants; Wrestling at 10 p.m.
Monday Boxing at 10 p.m.
Tuesday Major League Base Baseball
ball Baseball at 3:15 p.m.
Thursday Golf show at 4:30
n.m Fight of the Week at 10
p.m.
Friday Wrestling at 10 p.m

WANTED: Messenger boy boy-porter,
porter, boy-porter, age ,18-22, bilingual.
Write apartado 5312, Panama,
R. P. Listing work experience
and education.
WANTED: Clerk, male, age
12-25, bilingual, ability to type.
Write Apartado 5312, Panama,
R.P. Listing work experience and
education.

WANTED: Bi-lingual secretaries
with shorthand. Servicio y Colo Colo-caciones.
caciones. Colo-caciones. Tel. 3-7028..
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Complete boarding at (private
country residence. Woman.' mar married
ried married couple. 25 minutes from
Balboa. Private bath, garage.
Write box 593 Howard AFB Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Williams HR
Paces Bosox
To Victory
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (UPI)
Teu Williams will be 40 by the end
of the month and qttite possibly
the American League batting
champ again by the end of Sep-!
tember.
Williams, more or less lying
back in the weeds all season, sud suddenly
denly suddenly is sprouting a full blown

The .311 average only 24 points be-2S5-
hind the .335 figure of Boston team

mark
He could make it the way he's
hitting now. He blasted his 20th
homer and a single to drive in
three runs yesterday and toelp the
Red Sox beat the Senators, 8-4, for
their fifth straight victory.
His homer was nothing to spit
at either. It traveled approximate
ly 500 feet and landed about 30
rows up in the right field bleach bleachers.
ers. bleachers. Roy Sievers belted his 31st
homer and Jim Lemon his 23rd
for Washington, both blows coming
off Frank Sullivan, who hurled an
eight-hitter for his ninth victory.
It was the only game scheduled
in the American League.
The Milwaukee Brisrves stretch
ed their National League lead to
seven games with a 32 triumph
over the Pittsburgh Pirates, while
St. Louis crushed San Francisco,
12.1; Philadelphia edged Cincinna. Cincinna.-ti,
ti, Cincinna.-ti, 3.2, and Los Angeles defeated'
Chicago, 3-1.
Southpaw Warren Spahn, shooting
for a 20-game season for the eighth
time in his career, limited the
Pirates to seven hits in chalking
up his 15th victory. He struck out
six, giving him 100 or more strike
outs for the 12th time, and walked
none
Bob Friend blanked the Braves
until the seventh when they scor
ed all their three runs with the aid
of Eddie Mathews' two-run hom
er. It was Friend's 12th loss a
gainst 14 victories.
Sam Jones scored his ninth vie
torv with a fouHiit effort against
the Giants while the Cards were
pounding out 13 hits, including
home run by Wally Moon The
Giants committed four errors
two of them in the first inning
when St. Louis scored its first
three runs off loser Mike. McCor
mick. The Cards kayoed McCor
mick in the third when Ihey scor.
ed five more runs. It marked the
ninth loss for the Giants in their
last 10 games and virtually finish
ed them as far as pennant conten
tion is concerned.
Don Cardwell. recalled from th?
minors not so long ago, scored his
first victorv of the year for the
Phillies with a nine-hit effort a
gainst the Redlegs.
The Phils broke a 2.2 tie in the
eiehih when Dave Philley tripled
off Purkey and came home on Chi
co Fernandez' sacrifice fl v. The
victory moved the Phillies in'n
; the firs1 division for the. first time
since Eddie Sawver took over as
manager from Mayo Smith on Ju
ly 22.
Sandy Konrax of the Dodgers
struck out 10 Cub batters and was
credited with his ninth win a
Ithourh he needed help from John
nv Klinnstein in the ninth. Klipp
i stoin took over with two on and
j 20 minute delav, he got Lee Walls
- tn hit jnto garnc.ending double
0n I
j he Mongers scorert a pir o
l ....... i; n,,.i,v
iiitai liril I una IM! nivin inii a
fif'h innins error. Rnhby Thomson
homered for the Cubs.
TRADES STOCK
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (UPI)
Litton Industries today an
ndunced it has traded an undis
closed amount of its common and
preferred Slock "or all outstand
ing shares of Airtron, Inc.

Bilingual secretary with good
knowledge of both English and
Spanish. Irlquire in person at
Upjohn Overseas Corporation,
Colon Free Zone, Only experienc experienced
ed experienced persons need aply.
WANTED: Radio and T.V
technician. Write P.O. Box 3122
giving experience and address.

LOST: Brown and white dog
in or around Los Rios. If found
please call 2-4437, reward.
-BimjTaL
Used refrigerator wanted, gas or
kerosene. Call 6-198 Gamboa.
Interested in purchasing land in
Campana for farming purposes.
Phone 3-2551 Panama.
No Prices Quoted.
If you see the car you
want, make your offer
to Ed Abbott or Walter
Maduro. We'll deal your
way either used or
new car.
1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Tu
dor Automatic Trans Transmission,
mission, Transmission, radio. T w o
tone.
1956 Anglia The English
Ford economical car.
1952 Oldsmobile Fordor
Holiday Sedan com-
pletelv equipped and
ready to go with our
used car guarantee.
1957 MGA conve r t i b 1 e
brand new car condi
tion.
1954 Pontlac Tudor all
( extras including 4 brand
i vitew tires, j
1957 Chevrolet Fordor Se
dan. Red and white 6
cylinder r-neine, radio
and completely recondi
tioned.
1958 Nash Rambler spark
unr h a c ir nnihii
Economic Low cost
u.s. car.
No Prices Quoted.
!f yon see the car you
want, make your offer
to Ed Abbott or Walter
Vtaduro. We'll deal your
way either used or
new car.
1932 Cadillac convertible
Beautiful sherood green
matching convertible
ton Automatic trans
mission, Radio and
other accessories.
1956 Station Wagon Two
tone green paint
m .ii M-runu car.
1951 Fordor V-8 automatic
transmission, Radio
completely recondition
ed and sruarantee?
1957 Ford Retractable
Hard top Push the
button and the top dis
anneivs n the trunl
completely equipped,
including all power as assists.
sists. assists. Air conditioning
m nil .
"u ronuneniai rear
tire kit.
1953 Plymouth Fordor Se-
nan Standard trans
mission Radio.
1957 Consul Sedan ,ih..
England's Ford econ
omical car.
No Prices Quoted.
If you see the car you
want, make your offer
to Ed Abbott or Walter
Maduro. We'll deal your
way either used or
new car.
1955 Font nnnuri v.i
v .,vnuc, ICI-
w ann mack leather
upi.u.siery. Radio an)J
sme walls jnctud-
Hi
.....
i." Knirk t'nrit. u,i..
Radio while side
iis automatical trans
mission.
C0LPAN
MOTORS
V0UR FRIENDLY
FORD DEALER
Tel. 2-0625



PAOE
FRIDAY. At GI ST B, INS
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Money Bill Passed
For Defense Dept.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Congress
today passed and sent Id Pre
idenl Eisenhower a money bill
carrying a record peacetime
$38jj&.827,000 to run the newly newly-streamlined
streamlined newly-streamlined defense machine and
betpUp the missile and plane
programs.
The compromise measure was
pproved quickly by the House
amfjthen by the Senate, with no
dissent in either chamber.
The bill provides $815,857,000
more than the President had
sought for the Army, Navy and
Aif Force in the fiscal year that
started July 1. There was no cer cer-tainty
tainty cer-tainty that he would allow it all
to be spent.
The increase reflected congres congressional
sional congressional efforts to block scheduled
cutbacks in military manpower
and to speed production of the new
Polaris missile-firing submarine
and other nuclear-space age weap
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The bill, drafted by a House House-Senate
Senate House-Senate conference committee, also
would bolster the armed forces
for meeting such "local sit sit-utaMons"
utaMons" sit-utaMons" as the Middle East
crisis. It included additional funds
5ot troop transport planes and for
two amphibious assault ships.
' As finally approved, the mea meant?
nt? meant? carried $17,877,624,000 for the
Ai Force ;11,359,427,000 for the
Ki&y,, and $8,92,859,000 for the
ir4tt'yV The remainder would go to
the office of the defense secre secretary
tary secretary and for inter-service activi activities.
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Adlai Appeals For US-Soviet Cooperation
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STEVENSON MEETS KHRUSHCHEV Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev shakes hands with Adlai Stevenson (rightl, twice twice-defeated
defeated twice-defeated Democratic presidential candidate, during their meet meeting
ing meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow.

Bill Approved
Extension Of
WASHINGTON (UP1) The
House today approved, lfil 56
a compromise bill providing for
an unprecedented four-year exten extension
sion extension of the reciprocal trade pro program
gram program after President Eisenhower
had labelled it "acceptable."
The measure now goes to the
Senate which originally approved a
more restrictive measure that
would have renewed the program
for only three years. However, the
Senate was expecid to accept the
compromise after some protests
had been aired.
The House acted after Chair Chairman
man Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark.) of
the House Ways and Means Com Committee
mittee Committee read a letter from the
President commenting on the com compromise
promise compromise which was approved only
Wednesday by a House Senate
conference committee.
The President, who had sought
a five.year extension, said that
Calypso Singer f
On Trial Monday
For Fatal Stabbing
Panama calypso singer Syl Sylvester
vester Sylvester Stoute, profession ally
known as "Two-Gun Smoky"
will go on trial Monday in the
Panama Superior Court on a
charge of fatally stabbing elder elderly
ly elderly Eric Stewart in a barroom
brawl last October.
Stoute's defense will se con conducted
ducted conducted by attorney Jose M.
Faundes, with Carlos A. Lopez
as the prosecuting attorney and
Justice Fernandez Parrilla as
the trial judge.
Faundes plans to base the de defense
fense defense on Stoute's claim that he
remembers nothing of the in incident
cident incident and that there was no
personal animosity between him
and Stewart.
Stoute allegedly went to his
home and armed himself with
a pair of scissors after having
an argument with one of the
barroom customers. On return returning,
ing, returning, Stout is said to have fa fatally
tally fatally stabbed Stewart, who had
lust walked Into the bar and
was going back out.
Stoute and another customer
were also stabbed during the
melee, but tt was not clear how
or by whom.
Remote Control Test
With Bomarc Hailed
As Successful
CAPE CANAVERAL, Pla., Aug.
8 (UPD The remote control ex experiment
periment experiment which sent a Bomarc in interceptor
terceptor interceptor missile speeding toward
a target plane over the Atlantic
was hailed as a success today ev even
en even though the weapon failed to
seek out its target.
The Air Force said the prima primary
ry primary purpose of the advanced push pushbutton
button pushbutton warfare test was achieved.
This objective, the Air Force said,
was to determine whether the
Bombarc could be used wiih a new
automatic air defense system nam named
ed named Sage short for semi.automa.
tic ground environment.
It was this system which dp.
tected the pilotless drone plane off
the Florida east coast, thvn fig figured
ured figured data for and fired the Bom Bomarc
arc Bomarc from 1.500 miles awav
Headquarters for this calculation
was in Kingston, N.Y., a lase of
the Air Defense Command There
a computer which fills a three
story building covering two acres
learned the position of tho drone
plane from radar near ( ape Ca
naveral, then began figuring data
for the firing.

For Four Year
Trade Program

while the bill did not contain
"everything that I believe desir desirable,
able, desirable, it is nevertheless acceptable
to me." It provided most of the
tariff.cutting power Eisenhower
requested.
House supporters of t.bill
termed it workable. Opponents
charged that it would open do.
mestic industries to further on onslaughts
slaughts onslaughts from foreign competi competition
tion competition and afford them no sure re-
Jiip from economic distress.
The four year extension would
he the longest ever granted bv
Congress in the 24-year history of
the trade program. It has been re renewed
newed renewed 10 times in the past but
never for longer than three years.
The key section of the bill
woulde nable the President to sign
trade agreements providing for
tariff cuts of up to 20 per cent
at any time up until June 30,
1962.
Other nations would have to
make similar reductions. The cuts
could be spread out over the suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding four years, meaning they
might go into force as late as
June 30, 1966. But the reductions
could not exceed 10 per cent in
any one year.
Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers (R (R-Mass.)
Mass.) (R-Mass.) said the bill was better
than none. She urged that immed
iate tariff relief be granted the
textile industry, which she said
had been unfairly treated for
years.
Rep. Daniel A. Reed (R.N.Y.),
a long-time opponent of the trade
program, charged that '.he bill
would lay" the groundwork for an.
other depression.
Rep. Richard M. Simpson (R.
Pa.) said the bill despite conces concessions
sions concessions granted to the protectionist
bloc, carried no certain assurance
that industries hit by imports
could obtain relief.
Arthur Miller
Acquitted Of Charge
Of Contempt by Court
WASHINGTON (UPD-The U.S.
Court of Appeals unanimously ac acquitted
quitted acquitted playwright AriW Miller
of contempt charges today on
grounds that a House committee
failed to make clear he faced pros prosecution
ecution prosecution for failing to answer a key
question.
Miller, husband of actress Mar Marilyn
ilyn Marilyn Monroe, was convicted of
contempt of Congress two years
ago after he refused to name
former Communist associates
while testifying be ore the House
Committee on Unamerican Activi.
ties. He did not invoke the Fifth
Amendment.
j The nine-man appeals court held
that the committee conducted it.
I self in such a manner that Miller
I had a right to feel it did not real.
ly want an answer tot he ques.
tion. It said the question was
t "upended" at one point and
I never brought up again.
Miller issued a statement ex expressing
pressing expressing hope that his acquittal
would help eliminate the "ex "excesses
cesses "excesses of congressional commit
tees" and particularly "the inhu inhuman
man inhuman practice of making witnesses
inform on long past friends and
acquaintances."
"The unanimous decision of the
courl of appeals acquitting me of
! contempt of Congress makes the
! long struggle o the past few
years fully worthwhile," he said.
Appearing before the House
committee in July, 1956, Miller
admitted past associations with
(Communists but refused to name
persons who at. ended a 1947 meet
ing of writers alleged to have
'Communist connections. The com
miller was investigating passport
i violations.

MOSCOW, Aug. 8 (UP1) Adlai
Stevenson left Moscow for War Warsaw
saw Warsaw by plane today with an ap appeal
peal appeal for Soviet-American coopera cooperation
tion cooperation "to develop not dominate
less fortunate peoples."
The twice-defeated Democratic
Presidential candidate made a
statement summarizing his impres impressions
sions impressions of his four-week tour of the
Soviet Union in which he reveal
ed that he and Soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev had "agreed"
that the goals which American
and Russia had in common would
prevail over the gult which divid divided
ed divided the two countries.
Stevenson said Khrushchev
"did not exclude" the possibility
the Soviet Premier would attend
the United Nations General As Assembly
sembly Assembly meeting on the Middle
East.
Stevenson stressed that this
merely was an impression he
gained during his two and a half
hour talk with Khrushchev. The
talk took place just a few hours
before Khrushchev replied to Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's latest m e s s-iagc.
iagc. s-iagc. Stevenson, speaking to newsmen
at an informal reception he held
in his hotel suite, refused lo dis.
close any further details of his
talks with the Soviet leader.
On the question of roy allies for
American authors whose w;rks
are translated in the Soviet Union,
Stevenson said the situation was
not encouraging.
He said Soviet Minister of Cul
ture Nikolti'Mihailov told him the
Soviet government would study
the problem and indicated nego.
tiations would be continued.

Jobless Shows
ight Drop For July
But Sitll High
WASHINGTON (UPI) Unem Unem-playment
playment Unem-playment dropped slightly in July
from the 17-year high recorded in
June but apparently still held
above the five million mark, gov.
ernment economists said today,
day.
They abo predicted that official
July employment figures which
will be issued tomorrow would
whow an increase in the number
of Americans holding jobs.
One source told United Press
International the number of per.
sons employed would reach its
highest level since last fall be before
fore before the recession got underway.
The unemployment figure,
which has been hovering around
the five million level since Feb.
ruary, climbed to a 17year high
of 5,437,000 in June, due partly to
an influx of students into the la labor
bor labor market.
Meantime, the AFL.CIO predict predicted
ed predicted that the jobless total will be
approximately 5,500,000 next win winter
ter winter despite recent gains in produc production
tion production and personal income.
"Forecasts heralding the reces recession's
sion's recession's rapid end are dangerously
diverting public attention from the
critical and continuing problems
of unemployment," the big labor
organization said in a monthly re report
port report on "economic trends."
The AFL CIO said unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment will not vanish even if there
is a pkk.up in business activity.
It accused both the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration and Congrss of fail,
ing to head off a new wave of
joblessness.
However, government officials
were cheered by the July job fig figures.
ures. figures. They showed that while man.
ufacturing jobs and non.farm
payrolls shrunk again last month,
the decline was not nearly as
sharp as feared. This was re regarded
garded regarded as a good sign of stability
in the "hard-core" industrial sec.
tor. s
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RETURN ENGAGEMENT Teamster President James Hoffa
gestures as he makes his long-heralded return appearance be before
fore before the Senate Labor Rackets Committee in Washington.

Rackets Investigators Check
Hoffa On Possible Perjury
WASHINGTON ( UPI) Senate'' the welfare fund during a three three-rackets
rackets three-rackets investigators demanded year period. He said the court-

today that James R. Hotta's
testimony be checked for possible
perjury after a former Detroit
heavyweight boxer contradicted
the teamster president's sworn
word.
Committee members also called
for the ouster of Teamster Vice
President Owen Bert Bretinan
Hoffa's "partner" in sporting en enterprises,
terprises, enterprises, when he refused for the
second straight day to testify on
grounds of possible self inciimina
tion.

ine twin demands came afterpayments but said if it were true
the former boxer, Embrel David-! "it should be immediately re
son, testified he got a $75 a week 1 turned."

salary irom tne teamster welfare
fund while training lor fignts and
naming ieea on Krennan s horse
farm. He
manager.
said Brennan was his
Committee Counsel Robert F.
Kennedy said Hoffa swtve last
fall that Davidson got no money
from the union. Kennedy said
Hoffa testified that he and Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan owned Davidson's contract in
1952-53
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) immediately called for a
Justice Department investigation
"to determine who perjured him himself."
self." himself." He said the records ap appeared
peared appeared to back up Davidson's
story and insisted "such conflicts
lould hardly be any misunder misunderstanding."
standing." misunderstanding." MdClellan said Davidson, who
nau oeen oiued as
witness," got about
' mystery
000 from
Communist Jets
Poised On Coast
Facing Formosa
TAIPEI, Formosa, Aug. 8 (UPI)
The Nationalist Chinese Delense
Ministry warned today that 1100
to 1200 Communst jet warplanes
are posed along the south China
coast lacing Formosa.
The estimate was made at a
news con.erence by defense spok spokesman
esman spokesman Rear Adm. Liu Hoh-tu.
The Nationalist government has
ordered all military forces, police
and civil defense units into war wartime
time wartime aiert and is considering pro proclamation
clamation proclamation of a national emergen emergency.
cy. emergency. These steps were taken after
the government reported redeploy redeployment
ment redeployment of Russian.built Mig.l7s to
new Communist airdromes, one of
them only 22 minutes' jet flying
time from Taipei.
"Our agents saw the planes
move in," Liu said.
Liu said by moving jets to bases
closer to Formosa. Communist
China "has affected our air supre.
macy in the Taiwan Straits and
along the edge of the China main-
; land.
He added. "If the enemy planes
would provoke a fight, they shall
be dealt a very bloody nose by
us."
Navy Blimp
Makes Crossing
Of Arctic Circle
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A Navy blimp has crossed the Arc Arctic
tic Arctic Circle and is now farther north
than any other non-rigid lirshin in
! history, the Pentagon announced
; today.
The Navy information office here
i reported that a lone polar bear
! witnessed the precedent setting
entry of the blimp Into the Arctic
Circle last night in the Repulse
Bay section of the Melivlle Penin Peninsula.
sula. Peninsula. The next stop for the scientific
exploration which is making a 4,-Ifioo-mile
flight to the North Pole
will be Besolute Bay on CornwaL
j lit Island.

board of monitors,
keeping labs on the
should try to recover
which is
teamsters
the monr" for the fund.
ConviciTjn for perjury cirries a
maximum penalty of five years
in prison and a $2,000 fine on
each count.
Hoffa promised to restore to the
wel are fiuid part of the money
given Davidson "if any monej
was paid."
He insisted he had no knowl
edge of the purported $75 a week
Asked if this meant Hoffa
tended "to return your portion"
'he dapper union leader r?pli?d
i that is correct.
He stuck to his denial of knowl
edge that Davidson "was on the
fund" even though the ex.fighler
testified Hoffa was present when
Brennan arranged to get him on
the payroll.
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass ) said
the monitors should oust Brennan
for invoking the Fifth Amendment
and because of "his association
with gangsters and eriminais."
Brennan refused to answer 15
ouestions today on Davidson's
testimony and claims that he as
sociated with known racketeers
while managing the Negro fighter.
Davidson, whose testimony wot
praise from committee members,
said he works now as a mainten maintenance
ance maintenance man in Youngstown, Ohio,
and plays the vibraharp in a five five-piece
piece five-piece combo.
Recalling his less than glorious
retirement from the ring, he said
he once fought Clarence Henry
and "of course I lost." Later, he
said, he took on light heavyweight
champion Archie Moore and
"there we won't even have to go
'mo tne outcome
Davidson said Brennnan took
him under his wing in 1952 after
he had a falling out with his pre previous
vious previous manager, Frank Loftus, de described
scribed described as Detroit numbers
racketeer.
House Predicts
Goldiine Will Be
Cited For Contempt
WASHINGTON (UPI) House
influence investigators predicted
today that congressmen will
reply to millionaire Bernard Gold Gold-fine's
fine's Gold-fine's true facts" letters by voting
overwhelmingly o cite him for
contempt.
They used such terms as "typi "typical"
cal" "typical" and a "butter up" to de.
scribe the notes which the gift giv.
ing friend of Presidential Assist,
ant Sherman Adams sent to near,
ly 400 House members and their
administrative assistants.
The letters avowed Goldfine's
innocence and urged the lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers to kill the contempt citation
against him when it comes before
the House, probably tomorrow
The citation was approved un unanimously
animously unanimously by the influence in investigating
vestigating investigating subcommittee and its
parent commerce committee.
Rep. August E. Johansen ( It It-Mich.)
Mich.) It-Mich.) fired off a letter of his own
to Goldfine, assailing him for ask asking
ing asking the administrative assistants
of the 400 congressmen to slip his
message "near the top of the pile
on your boss' desk."
"Neither you nor any other cit citizen
izen citizen needs to attempt to butter up
my assisstant in any way, shape
or manner in order to get equal
treatment," Johansen said. He
added thai Goldfine apparently
hadn't learned "lhal at least some
responsible public officials oper operate
ate operate on an honest and above board
basis."

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Kidnaper Of Weinberger Baby Goes

Aggressively To
OSSINLMG, N. Y., Aug. MUP1)
Angelo John La Marca was exe executed
cuted executed last night for the world's
most despicable crime the kid kidnap
nap kidnap and abandonment of a hop
less infant;
La Marca, 33, father of two,
confessed he hid kidnaped mcnth mcnth-old
old mcnth-old Peter Weinberger two vears
ago for $2,000 ransom, and then,

in a fit of panic, kit the child to j desperately to hang onto his life!
die under a honeysuckle buso on He had received six stays of exe exe-an
an exe-an isolated roadside. i Cution and now his attorney made
D . . radio appeal for a seventh-aa
But as La Marca became p'nic-1 appeal to the public to send tele tele-ky
ky tele-ky when he stole the child, he grams of mercy to Gov. Averell
was cairn when he went to his narriman
death at 11:30 p.m. in the Sing No word came from the gov
Sing prison eiectric chair. j ernor and La Marca was let into
The debt-ridden mechanic, who the death house right on time at
bought a house and a car he 11 p.m.
could not afford, was alert and'

aimon aggressive wnen ne was
led into the death house by the
prison Roman Catholic Chaplain,
almost aggressive when he
the Rev. George Kinney.
"What are you trying to do
choke me," La Marca snapped at i
the executioner as he strapped the
death hood in place. Then he
Braced himself by putting his ohm
on his chest.
His test meals were hearty
spaghetti and meatballs for lunch
Stole Hens To Reach
Unite' Stales, More
Than Repays Debt
VENICE. Italy (UPI) An
j Italian "emigrant who seven years
i ago slole 50 hens from a neighbor
to Dav his fare to the United
Stales has marie up for it witn a
shipment of 500 American chick
ens.
The neighbor, Marino Michelan
deeli. 68, told the story of the re
penttnt thief but refused to dis.
close his name "because he has
more than repaid me." Michelan.
ptli, a farmer in the village o."
Quarto D'Altino, said he had for.
got'en about the thief.
"Two weeks ago, I received two
crates with 500 California check-
ens, he said. 'At urst 1 mougnt
a mistake, but they were
i addressed to me and the address
even listed my nickname, Nino
A few days latr, the explana.
tion came in a letter from Califor California.
nia. California. The thief said he always had
lived in remorse for his action but
that he htd needed the money
badly to emigrate. The letter end ended:
ed: ended: "thank you and excuse me."
Ilathy Crosby Enters
Hospital To Await
f i ft w I
llFh lit KdDV
wl
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 8 (UPI) -Actress
Kathy Grant, second wife
of crooner Bing Crosby, was ad.
mitted to Queen of Angels Hospi.
tal early today to await the birth
of their first child.
The 23year-old actress was ad admitted
mitted admitted at 3:45 a.m. A hospital
spokesman sajd there were "no
complications."
The Groaner was not on hand
pacing the floor at the hospital
but Mrs. Crosby's physician, Dr.
Abner Moss, was standing by as
the actress was wheeled into the
! pre.lahor room.
Crosby, 54, and the former Olive
K. Grandstaff of West Col imbia,
Tex., were wed Oct. 24, 1957, at
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and roast, chicken, potatoes and
cake for supper.
La Marc spent most of the day
with his wife, Donna. He kissed
his children, Vivian 7, and. Vincent
11, goodbye and even tried toTex
plain to them what he meant by
uis final goodbye.
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Six Liberals In New
Colombian Regime
j BOGOTA, Colombia, Aug. 8
(UPI) President Alberto Llerai
, Camargo, who was inaugurated
yesterday, will govern Colombia
through a cabinet consisting of six
Conservatives, six liberals and an
Independent.
Lleras, a Liberal, was backed
by both of Colombia's major par parties
ties parties in the May election under the
terms of an agreement bv which
the presidency will be alternated
between the two. The pact also
provided that Conservatives and
Liberals have equal representation
in Congress.
The new ministers:
Interior: GuilJermo Amaya Ra Ramirez.
mirez. Ramirez. Conservative.
Foreign Af'airs: Julio C. Turbay
Ayala, Liberal.
Justice: German Zea Hernandez
Liberal.
Finance
' Liberal.
Hernando Agudel Vil
War: Brig. Gen. Alfonso Saiz, In Independent.
dependent. Independent. Agriculture: Augusto
Valderrama, Liberal.
Espinosa
Labor: Raimundo Emiliani Ro Roman,
man, Roman, conservative.
Mines: Jorge Osoina Oelsado.
j Conservative.
Education: Reynaldo Mufio
Zamh'raho, Liberal.
Communications: Herman Echa Echa-varria.
varria. Echa-varria. Conservative.
Public Works: Virgilip Barco,
Liberal.
Development: Rafael Delgado
Barrenechea, Conservative.
Cuban Rebels
Report Raid Led
By American
HAVANA, Cuba (UPD Cuba's
revel r?dio reported loday that
a rebel force "led by an Ameri American"
can" American" in Las Villas Provinct of
central Cuba, had killed 40 army
soldiers in a clash at Curva de
Marcial.
The radio identified the Ameri American
can American rebel troop commander only
as "Morton." He had been men mentioned
tioned mentioned previously by the rebel
radio as a "Yankee fighting for
the liberty of Cuba."
No other details were offered.
In other activity in the central
front, the rebej radio of Fidel
Custro said a rebel force had
"wiped out" a 25-man army pa patrol
trol patrol on the Sancti Spiritus-Trini-dad
highway.
The rebel claims came as the
Cuban army announced it had
"annihilated" a concentration of
insurgent forces in Sao Grande,
on the banks of the Corojo Creek
in Oriente Province.
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MALA STEVE
POWERS BflODIE
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