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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Ernestiio Backs Local 907's
RP Minimum Wage Proposals
President Ernesto de U Guardia has pledged support for a
minimum wage scale lor the republic of Panama which may also
benefit local raters in th Canal Zone.
Leaders of Local SOT AFL-CIO, the Armed Forces local rate
union, which proposed the minimum wag scale idea this week
saw the President in his office yesterday.
He is reported to harfe stated that the scale should be set
according to areas and industries. It was not stated whether he
agreed with the union's proposal that wages should be scaled up
or down according to the size of the firm.

The president's support has been
taken as encouraging sign for the
success of the plan which the U U-nion
nion U-nion hopes to'sabmit to the Na Na-wal
wal Na-wal Assembly in October.
yne Local 907 delegation yesier
also thanked the President i
t ti, ,!,h ho tnoW aesnst some

of the stipulations of the Single nama. It. has been suggsted that
Wage Scale Bill for the Canal the highest rates in Panama un un-2()np
2()np un-2()np Ider the proposed plan would be
The President had written to as high as U.S. rates.
President Eisenhower objecting to
the new scale being based on two Uiirllar "If inn'
rates U.S. rate and locality tOD tlllSIICS laMO
t uul.. iU,c uiwiA loan In

discrimination.
It It speculated that a minimum
Fighting In Cuba,
Picks Up, Both Sides
Announce Victories
HAVANA (UPI) The pace of
the action in Cuba's slow-motion
revolt appeared to have picked up
this week, with both the army and
the rebels claiming victory.
The army reported yesterday
that loyal' troops "annihilated" a
rebel concentration in Sao
Grande. It was the third victory
the army had claimed in as many
days.
On Tuesday, an army communi communique
que communique reported the "decisive defeat"
of a' rebe band the Maestra
Mountains. The next; day, the
army said loyal tro&ps bad in inflicted
flicted inflicted "hundreds" of casuaJSties
on : bWs,,fngi:fxhen
daV fcattle got such a tumultuos
welcome on its return to Havan s
ramn fiolumbia Thursday that

worried residents phoned nevs-ith

lapers to find out what was going
A 'rebel broadcast Thursday I
W A'o"
out a 25-man army patrol on Tne
Highway near Trinidad and killed
J- i i !- ; plash at 1
40 local troops, in a clash at

It said the band that defealej 'The only connection between
the army at Curva was led by one me and Chevrolet is I don t want
Morton, a "Yankee fighting for Peoo'e to think I ride in a Cadil Cadil-u
u Cadil-u KWh of r.uha." Morton was lac the bishop confided.

not further Identified.
n,c v . i
Leaves Hospital
Without Paying Bill
Or Tnkina Baby
MUNICH (UPD-Police report,
ed -t-rdav that for the last ei-'.ht
weeks a young pregnant woman
had been checking into hospitals,
claiming her health insurance
would take care of the bill.
But during the few hours it took
hospital authorities to Check her
papers, which always proved for for-pT'cs,
pT'cs, for-pT'cs, she would .put on her
clothes and leave with all the
money and clothing she could
steal from nearby patients.
This week, police said, the same
woman, giving her name as Ruth
Wiesner, appeared at still another
hospital and really did give birth.
A couple o" hours later, she put
on her clothes and left leaving
her baby and an unpaid bill.

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ZEE GREAT UOVAlR The torn undershirt school of acting
may be in trouble if the Great Lover type finds favor again
with the feminine fans. Louis Jourdan essays the new (for him)
role in the forthcoming MGM musical "Oigl," in which he gives
the treatment, above, to Leslie Caron. Jourdan plays a rich and
bored French playboy in the film. "It es the first time I ave
evair play iuch a fellow," Jourdan say.

wage sea it of the type suggest suggested
ed suggested by Local 907 would increase
wages of local raters in the
Canal Zone under the new Sin.

git Wage Bill.
The Locality rate in the one
will oe Dasea on uie mgnesi wages
Daia lor any particular jod in m.
Homer Tomlinson
Ofl Canilol Steps
WASHINGTON (UPI) Capitol
police hustled Bishop Homer A. i
Tomlinson o the cnurcn oi vjou
off the Cajjitol steps today when
he tried to pose for pictures as
"king of the United States.
The bishop, wearing a gold-foil
covered iron crown and blue Chi Chinese
nese Chinese robe, protested that he was
permitted to crown himself "king
of Russia and the world" in Red
Sauare. "', I
He also said he already had re received
ceived received permission from assistant
capitol architect Arthur Cook to
pose for: the picture. However
Cook said when confronted by the
crowned king outside his office
that he "never would permit any anyone
one anyone to have their picture taken on
the steps with that uniform on.
Besides his slightly worn silk
robe and crown, the short, stocky
bishp frm -tiwWSmsimtKn as
his hadges f wffice a Hag, a so
covered finding ramp chair, and a
globe thw he had blown up for the
occasion. f
"I'va worn ItiACA thinoc in all
.:-, nf F.nrnno inelndinff
Re(f Square;. m bishop'told Cook, j
JJgtW like to do it in my own I
The bishop and his Wi.'e Marie J
,
"myed at the Capitol steps in
what his press releases called a
nhevrnlet
mi u- l. 1 -r ,1.- tu: i
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force in Christendom." he said.
"Only the Catholics and the Pro Protestants
testants Protestants have more members. We
have 70 million."
"You gotta have a permit," a
policeman said.
!ce Pick Fiend
Attacks Women
MEXICO CITY (UPI) Police
were on th? lookout todav for a
"bright-eyed, well-dressed" voun"
man wi'h a yen for niercing with
an icepick the posteriors of attrac attractive
tive attractive women.
Nine women complained to the I
police in th Polanco, Nueva An
zures and irrigation districts of I
the city that the young man an-
proached. produced the icepick,
jahhed his victim and ran.
Police said the attacked women
were of various agec but had one
think in common: They all wen wen-"generously
"generously wen-"generously endowed physically."

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CONVALESCENT Ruben O.
Miro, who received three bul bullet
let bullet wounds during an attack
last Monday night, stands up
and walks around for the
first time yesterday since he
entered the San Fernando
Clinic.
3J:
Another
Miro Suspect
nwtriet Attorney Antonio de.
Leon today scheduled the ques questioning
tioning questioning of one more suspect in
connection with Monday night's
attempt on the life of Ruben O.
Miro, one of the former defend defendants
ants defendants in the President Remon as assassination
sassination assassination trial.
De Leon revealed that he would
question William Fuig, one of the
five men still under arrest on sus suspicion
picion suspicion of taking part in the at attack
tack attack on Miro.
Miro received three bullets
wounds when his attackers drove
up beside his automobile just as
he entered the car after leaving
his brother's home on 47th Street,
Belli! Vista.
Those under arrest are Puig,
Alberto Cuellar, Domingo Villa

real, Jose Hug and Carlos Rowe.Nav.v. storekeeper 2C Arnold w;irKeive summonses for failing lo

Police have renorted finding
an automobile owned bv Powe
af La Chorrera. The. district at at-torn.ev
torn.ev at-torn.ev was also scheduled to
examine H todav t determine
if H was the one used during the
attack on Miro.
De Leon is said to have ruled
out the taking of narrafin tests
nf the suspects becpfe they are
all smokers, and according to
Secret Police baljistics exoert Luis
A. Gonzalez such tests would be
sure to reveal par'icles of n'trate
in the clothine and on the hands
of the suspects.
Miro is said to recovering rap rap-idlv
idlv rap-idlv from his wounds, hut may be
out nf action for as long as six
weeks. He received one bullet
wound through" his chest, another
high up on his shoulder and the
hird low on the rear ot nis leri
kip.
Soldier Hanqs Self
fter Committing
Traffic Violations
HYATTSVILLE, Md., Aug. 9
(CPU A soldier who was jailed
last night on two traffic violations
"as f"unrf hanged early today in
his cell.
Tfc Nelle Reynolds, 38, i Negro
of the Aberdeen. Md., proving
grounds, apparently usad his own
tie to hang himself.
The body was found when
Prince Georges County police of.
ficer entered the lock.up with two
more orisoners. K forts to revive
Reynolds prove1 futile.
Dr .T. T. Malonev. the county
coroner, planned to make a rou
tine investigation of the death.

US's

Summer Recreation Program I

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Comes lobala end on Monday

The Canal Zone summer recrea-j
tion program which has been go. i
ine full tilt in the Balboa and Dia.
bio schools since the first part of
July, will come to a gala end Mon-1
riav w th riisn avs nf the work done
in the arts and crafts classes, a
pet show and a talent contest.
The children at the Diablo
Heights school will hold their show
and craft display from 10 to 11
a.m. MoiXay while the Balboa
show is scheduled to start at 2
p.m. the same day in the Balboa
High School building.
The best work done in each of
the various classes during the past
six weeks, will be placed on dis display
play display at each school and will be
USAF Beat Retreat
With A Beat, Britons
Don't Dig Their Jive
LONDON (UPI) Traditio Traditio-minded
minded Traditio-minded Britons reacted with con
tained anger yesterday at the
Air Force drum and bugle corps,
which dared to play jive on the
hallowed Horse Guards Parade
Ground where Queen Elizabeth
troops the colors.
"A desecration," snorted one
officer of the Brigade of Guards
who watched the airmen perform
a hepped-up '"eating the retreat"
c er e j0" i".!6
Slie 51 man corps, clad in sky sky-blue
blue sky-blue uniforms with white legging?
and white scarves, flew here from
Boiling Air Force Base, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, to take part in the
British armed forces show
"Searchlight Tatto" scheduled to
be em tomorrow.
It was invited to lake part
in
the retreat ceremony by the War
0"fice to give Britons a preview
meir laienis,
For many Britains,
the pre-
view was too much.
"Beating the retreat" is a sol solemn
emn solemn musical ceremony that ac accompanies
companies accompanies the lowering of the
flag at sundown.
The Americans, however, beat
retreat with a mombo beat, blar-

ing away at such popular hits as
"Mambo Jambo," "Bali Hai," M... VL n
"Bloody Marv," and "Ger Me to INCW T OfK DCginS
The Church On Time." i j
The Daily Telegraph said the LrOCKaOWn
performance was 'more rennnis- ..
cent of a Broadway chorus thaniQf) JQyWCIKerS
a oaradeground."

"Jive parade shocks Guard.s,
headlined the Dailv Sketch.
"It took a stiff upper lip
watch," said the Daily Mail.
to
HELD FOR MANSLAUGHTER
YOKOSUKA, Japan (UPI)-U S.
Martin, of Los Angeles, was held
yesterday on charges of negligent
manslaughter in the death of a
.lananese cyclist. Naval authori authorities
ties authorities said Martin's automobile
struck and killed the cyclist
Wednesday night. A pedestrian
suffered a broken leg in the accident.

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IT'S THATAWAY!-Arrow on sign post points way to the
longest place name in New Zealand. If you're ever driving your
car along this road and you wonder what town you're coming
to, it's "TWe hill where the great husband of heaven, 'Tane
caused plaintive mysic from .hji.flu.tf.J8. KeruLlehijs beloved

Nautilus

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judged by the children them.
selves.
These exhibitions will include!
examples of handicraft such as
shellcraft, jewelry flower arrange-
menis, coconut nuie ndiiuu.B
woodwork, painted bateas, and
hand-painted stoles. These articles
which are considered superior in
each group will be placed on dis.
play later in the Balboa ialestore
windows.
The pet show, an annual event of
the summer recreation classes,
probably will be one of the most
popular features of the closing
ceremonies.
Enthusiastic plans also are un underway
derway underway for the talent show during
which students will perform Mexi Mexican
can Mexican dances learned in special class
es during the summer, sing, act
in skits and play musical instru instruments.
ments. instruments. More than 600 Cana,l Zone school
children registered for the sum summer,
mer, summer, recreation program this year.
The project which comes under
the sponsorship of the Canal Zone
United Fund, was similar to those
held on the Canal Zone military
posts.
Sports and outdoor activities
were also featured on the list of
activities and groups from the
classes have appeared on the CFN
television network.
WCTU Sabotaged
rfrr Lienor Industry
SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI)

Stacks of literature extolling thellision insurance companies had

alcoholic liquor industry s contf overcharged p o 1 i c y holders b b-butions
butions b-butions t American life turned up j makine a uniform hieh rate or
today in, of all places, the exjail customers not listed as a sw-

hibit booth of the Women s hns-,
lian Temperance union at tne Jin
nois State Fair.
Embarrassed fair officials, sum-
monea 10 me scene, louna n was
all a mistake. The literature was
supposed to have been delivered
to the booth of the Ketan .lev-
erage Assn.
It didn't have to be moved ar.
The beverage association booth
is lust across an aisle trom 1:1c
WCTU stronghold
NF.W YORK (UPI) Metro-
politan dwellers, accustomed to)
living dangerously, faced punitive:
action today for infractions oi the
city's new anti-iavwalking law?,
Police Commissioner Stephen P
Kennedy said pedestrians rr.ay
yield the right ol way to vehicles
when crossing against red tr-tf ic
signals or in mid-block. The price
will be $2.
Motorists must yield lo pedes pedestrians
trians pedestrians who are crossing streets
when the lights change or who
are facing a green light when the
vehicle is making a turn.

Eisenhower signs

CZ Teachers
Two-job Bill
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9
(UPI) President Eisenhower
signed into law yesterday a
bill exempting certain teach teachers
ers teachers in the Panama Canal
Zone from the existing pro prohibition
hibition prohibition against holding two
jobs or drawing two salaries.
The exemption will allow
teachers to serve in summer
schools and special scholastic
projects.
Insurance Companies
Still Owe For Auto
Collision Overcharge
WASHINGTON (UPI)
A
spokesman for the Better Busi
ness Bureau says millions of dol dollars
lars dollars in overcharges on automobile
collision insurance are stjjl due
the public despite efforts in sev several
eral several states to force refunds.
President Kenneth Barnard of
the Chicago Better Business Bu Bureau
reau Bureau made the statment yster yster-day
day yster-day to a Senate Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Sub-committee on automo
bile arketing practices. He
spoke for the association of Bet Better
ter Better Business Bureaus Inc., which
called the subcommittee's atten attention
tion attention to the overcharges about a
year ago.
Subcommittee Chairman A. S.
Mike Monroney (D Okla.) agreed
with Barnard that about lb mil
lion dollars of some 25, million

dollars owninahV due Js SfluWKilr 8f tihev .'Nautilus, was

paid.
Monrontv's erouo heard te,'!-
monv at earlier hearines that col-
cific type of "risk." Actually
there
are three risk categoric;-
with varving rates.
Barnard said his group had sent
queries lo slate insuranct com
missioners asking what had been
. done about refunds and amounts
obtained. Fourteen states reported
refunds of more than $100,000, he
i said.
Twentv five did not replv sa
lisiactorily, accordine to Barnard
Th"y were Arkansas. California,
Colorado, Delaware. Xlorida,
Georgia, Idaho. Indiana (incom (incomplete),
plete), (incomplete), Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky,
Louisiana .Maryland. Mississippi,
Montana, Nebraska Nevada,
North Dakota, Oregon. Rho'V Is
land. South Carolina, South D'ikii
ta, Virginia, Washington and Wyo-
ming.
Monroney labeled Maryland
"the wors' state" from the stand
point of if ving in ormalion on the
subject, with California next.
4 Unions Admitted
To Membership
in Baptist Alliance
ZURICH, Switzerland (UPI1
Four Baptist unions were admit admitted
ted admitted to membership in the Baptist
World Alliance by action of the
executive committee meeting in
Rueschlikon outside Zurick today.
.. ... ....
tney were tne aapusi union oi
North India, the Bengal Baptist
Union of India, the Utkal Chris
tain Central Council of India, and
the Taiwan (.Formosa) Baptist
Convention.
In other actions today the exe.
cutive committee:
Elected two new members, Rev.
Dr. G. Kearnie Keagan of Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs. R. L. Ma
Ihis of Waco, Tex., to replace the
Rev. Forest Fordham of (Mean
New York, who resigned, and the
late Rev. Dr. J. Howard Williams
of Fort Worth, Tex
iook note oi tne ccienration nt
the 350th anniversary of the found
ing o' the First Baptist church in

modern times John Smyth of Eng-a protest Thursday to maj. uen.
land in 1609 lo be observed in!N. F. Zakharov, the Soviet com.

The Netherlands in the first week
of May 1959, at which time the
Rev. Dr. Theodore F. Adams of
Richmond. Va., president of the
Baptist World Alliance, will visit
the Baptists of The Netherlands
and England.
Empowered the president of the
alliance to appoint a committee
to seek a successor to the general
secretary, the Rev. Dr. Arnold T.
Ohm, Washington, D. C, who
has indicated his desire to retire
in 1960.

Sputnik

Epic Polar
Hailed As

To Red Missiles

WASHINGTON, Aug. 9 (UPI) The atomic-powered
Nautilus' pioneer voyage under the North Pole means
deadly new defense capabilities for America's submarine
fleet as well as a new commercial link between the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific and Atlantic oceans, observers said today.
The historic, four-day, 1830-mile cruise under the

polar ice cap, the Navy said,

carrying nuclear subs can be switched strategically be between
tween between the two oceans in less than half the time formerly
required.
On a broader base, some sources saw the U.S.'s lead leadership
ership leadership in nuclear submersibles as offsetting the psycho psychological
logical psychological and military threats posed by Russia's present ad advantages
vantages advantages in the satellite-missile field.
The United States has six nuclear submarines built,
13 under construction, and seven more authorized. So far
as is known, Russia has yet to launch its first nuclear sub.
Adm. Elton W. Grenfell, commander of submarines

in the Pacific, said at Pearl Harbor that the Nautilus'
dramatic voyage was "America's answer to the Sputnik."

Cmdr. Willian
m B
Anderson
rushed by helicopter and trans
port plane from Iceland to the
White House yesterday for an announcement
nouncement announcement of the history-making
voyage, completed Tuesday.
The importance attached to
the feat was demonstrated by
the fact President Eisenhower
personally awarded the Legion
of Merit to Anderson in a sne-eially-called
ceremony in the
White House conference room.
Crulsinc more than 400 ieet
beneath the Arctic ice cap. the

I Nautilus passed directly unaenthe pole on Aug. 3 it emerged
the North Pole at 11:15 a.m. on I near Greenland at 9:45 a.m Aug
ah? ? to realize a dream of the 5

i ages' and ae.eomDli.sh "the most;
! remarkable ioh of navigation ev-
i er done."
The White House hailed the
daring voyaee as foreshadow foreshadowing
ing foreshadowing a new commercial route
under .the nole for atomic atomic-powereip
powereip atomic-powereip subs. It said the pas pas-sar'wnt
sar'wnt pas-sar'wnt rould cut a'rrnst in
h'f M voyage from London
to TokyO.
Travelling from the Pacific to
the At'antir. the Nautilus nosed
-l "Hoon
tVirmien P 11 linsusurr'r"
deen
Loo VP OV .V'll Ml 1
.1 .. nnr. lOOO PPT HP
and fou1
nreviouslv unnisco"
r-ved mountain rnno-es ."-,--.,
th" 10 to 14 footi thick Arotir lee.
Anderson and his 116 crewmen
Berlin Press Urges
US To Put Troops
In Steinstucken

(ijpi-)The West Ber-1 tilus. It
K;' nrepA tne United Statesiin peace
1111 priSo U'hS-" JtiriPn

vocterdav to station nP
-'- ; outlying part nl
.Stpinu!lnkln'L1' Berlin, to
I .i..n ,np of Rerun o
!..AmeV.",hJ violations of the;
ni,-v ...
haml
11CI "y w"1""" r
i t n m tn i n 1 si niiiii:.:.
r.prman nolice
entered
Sleinstuecken Thursday searching
for a fugitive from the Communist
sector With the help of dogs they
flushed the fugitive out of Ins hid hiding
ing hiding place in the bushes.
The hamlet is situated 800 yards
l,nnH the West, Berlin nimu-.
am, is gurrounded by the Soviet
Zone. Under tne Benin oixU("."
agreement, however, it is part of
the American sector.
Maj. Gen. Barksdalc Hamlett,
U.S. commandant in Berlin, sent
mandant. He called the Commu-
nist police action a flagrant vio-
jtion of the U.S. zone.
The West Berlin paper Der Tag
said Friday only a show of force
such as the staf'uning of U.S. mil.
itary police in Steinstuecken,
could prevent a repetition of
Thursday's incident.
The Tagesspegel sad t was re I
crettable that the United States)
Hid not send trooDs here Thurs-1
day.

Cruise
Answer
means the deadly, missile-
tnchidtr!
who beeaifie the first "man W
to re-enlist at the North Pole Pole-sailed
sailed Pole-sailed aboard the Nautilus from
Honolulu at 2 a.m. July 28.
They had set out on a voyage
that was designed to take th
submarine 8000 miles througn
three oceans to Europe a voy voyage
age voyage which is still underway with
the Nautilus somewhere in th
Atlantic, its European docking
port has not yet been disclosed.
At 8:37 a.m. Aug. 1 the Nautl Nautl-us
us Nautl-us nosed under the Arctic ic
near Port Barrow on the north
coast of Alaska. After Dassinir
Throughout the trip, Ander Anderson
son Anderson said, the submarine's a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic power plant, drawing en
the energy of the stars, oper operated
ated operated perfectlyIt was "In trou trouble
ble trouble at no point whatsoever."
The sub was under the Ice
pack for about four days, or
1830 miles.
Anderson said he and his mer
discovered that the ocean lindei
i the pole was 13.410 feet deeo
I or more than 2V2 miles. This i!
1927 feet deeper than had beer
hoi i pvorl r-aH ni cl,r ,jmr
believed previously.
From Hawaii to the Atlantic
(he Nautilus cruised at an av average
erage average sneed of 20 knots and
was underwater about 97 per percent
cent percent of the time.
Anderson, who commanded th
Nautilus when it cruised rjart
way under the Arctic ice pack
last year, was brought off the
submarine by helicopter just 14
hours before he was honored by
the President,.
Besides honoring Anderson
personally. President Eisenhowei
also awarded a presidential unll
citation to the crew of the Nau
tilus. It was the first ever given
:time.
Anderson recounted some of
me pos.smie nazani.s ui uic
'age. which equaled the feafc
age, wnicn equaieu ine lew oi
the subs fictional namesake in
of
tu verne s "Twenty nousana
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Leagues Under the Sea.
Lauding the remarkable na navigation
vigation navigation ioh of his men, he saW
It was possible to get so con confused
fused confused near the pole that a Tea Teasel
sel Teasel might wind up going In a
circle He described this prob problem
lem problem as "longitude roulette.'
The Defense Department said
the Nautilus was completely out
of touch with the outside world
wnlie j't was w the Arctic let
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Funeral arrisngements hava
been completed for Sp- Charle
M. Tyrce, 37, of the tf,S. Army
Signai Service, Quarry Htights,
who died where Monday.
The body will be flown to the
U. S. Wednesday for burial it
Zachary Taylor National Cemete.
ry, Louisville, Ky. Sp-5 Eugene V.
McDonald, also"of the Signal Ser
vice, win oe ine escon.
Spec. Tyree is turvlvad by hia
wife, Gladys, two sons, and hia
mother, Mrs. Grace Workman l
i Munice, Ind.
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Sir:

THE TAXED THINGS IN LIFE ARE FREE

Labor News
And
Comment

The new ruling on Canal Zone Free Home leave taxation brings
few questions .o mind. It will be greatly appreciated U anj Mail

By VICTOR RIKSEL
MUNICH Dramatically enough
my "source" and I were passing
Auolf Hitler's old Holnrau Haus
Keller on the Innere Wiener Stras Stras-se
se Stras-se when 1 was told that informa information
tion information in intelligence files here con convinced
vinced convinced many that Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev is blu ling. This corroborat corroborated
ed corroborated data proved that there is great
labor unresi in Russia's factories
and that the industrial system is
so creakv that it couldn't suDDort

i- .nv nr a nt I IP 11 HJI li t. ....... .....I- U C,, ..

I l-"Free Leave What is tree about leave that each ol us con- lenilk lroops nd ubmarine and
tributes to each time we go to the commissary 0I' lhe.ejantIpenff)rced air fleets.
2 Is it not true that this Free Leave is re 11 y an tntorceo T Khrushchev's scientists
i tk.t i,-.. met Hbuu iinet the Decu- i i j .

savuws account, a savings account w-i .- r h n nave aireaay announcea umetapies
Jiar action ol costing each enslaved siver at least 20 percent wnen fQ. ro(jnd tfjps (o Mars ( (he
hi collects his dividend'' ,,,, on Oct. 11, which they said would
3 Bonus Internal Revenue calls tree Leave a bonus. Unless )ake 265 days Qne way) the
I sm badly mistaken, a bonus is a payment in addition to wages tor ,ess romanU,c day.Dy day indus
exemplary past performance At least, I havn t heard of a bonus producUon has been so sta
based on expected future performance. The question. 1 f ree -ave led by slowdownSi scarcily ski.
is a bonus, why must an employe sign away an additional two years led workers a)d breakdown o
to receive if ,,; ,-v machinery, that Khrushchev has
1-Recuperative Home Leave. As long as we are getting tax dllficuly in rolling ou, (he mun.

happy can we deduct leave payments as a meaicai expe..-- "-jdane gpare parts wmth are vitay

" TeCWhvScann8t Willie just send us all to the States on company
UineTs Scry couple of 'years? This must have been the intent of

Congress.

Enslaved Saver.

MORE EMPLOYMENT NEEDED

Sir:

' When a nation or an individual msitains s posture of conduc conductive.
tive. conductive. self criticism, its result is usually expressed in terms of pro pro-fercss
fercss pro-fercss growth Adherence to this conviction also engenders ir, itself
fn unquenchable thirst for knowledge beyond the immlut and
that which is necessary onN for material wel -being and physical
j.ni w hi." u a f- th. rioht. r.f others n," due re-

jeeps, and

of

needed to keep tanks

caissons rolling

So desperate is this routine pro production
duction production arisis that Khrushchev
has just issued a new national la.
bor directive, with this edict, re

leased in mid-July, the Soviet chief

hopes to mollify the factory peo people.
ple. people. Khrushchev has to do some something.
thing. something. He can't smash strikes.
Technically there are no strikes
for walkout are illegal. There
are only what the Motcevites
call "Italianstrikes". The se are
the type of rolling slowdowns
practiced by the Italian Commun Communist
ist Communist workers in industrialized
northern Italy.

i i rr, 0 r.,. rsurfl inr ine riK.nu ci tin'em no

verence for the Supreme Being are natural by product.
r j....... ihjn tn make mv compatnois aware

these values. Thu. if my approach -cems negative may I remind
the reading public that the Ten Commandments are also negative in

Now. I should like to ask 'he city planners whether or not fiey

re familiar with roning laws restrictions, rtc ? The entire factory itself is never
Do they know that residential rcfe a ."""'hh ?e "an ita t iorT hn by a walkout. The workers
tadustrial rreas for many vi one department merely slow
quiet, space for future expansion, safety of children, and finally for Theyrepwt sjck Th'ey ma
esethetic factors? ... ,, tWe.. -tin int a waste (un- k certain that the division just
Panama City is growing fast but there 1 11 a o a wa si (un sufjci parts
occupied) land within city limits, so why jam industries in lesiden for otnerH sectjons when thePfeed
tial districts .. , .n,ilfr deoartamets fail to sunolv

11 lilt naiiwin.

the assembly points, the factory

Into the Wild Blue Yonder

Z' ' 'Maoes .

NEA S"ie, Inc.

n. iiniucrsitv Titv is within oreathing distance

Brewery The approaches to Bethanla are dotted with budding enter enterprises
prises enterprises and lar?e warehouses. Traffic snarls and collisions will soon
occur as a direct effect of this congestion.
Remember the explosion at the Geneva scrap warehouse? Well,
the next time something like that happens pieces of human bodies
might be blown up too.
Despite impassioned denials by misguided Panamanians, Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian culture has been enriched by borrowings from other na national
tional national cultures; namelv, North American, English, West Indian, Orien Oriental
tal Oriental etc (Of course, Spanish was the first foreign influence to im impose
pose impose itself upon this Utopia of Central America, but it is losing ground

fast. )

snalsi along.
The Russian comrade workers
learned this technique from
guess who? The Soviet press,
which reported the Italian com.
rade-workers' sabotage of capital capitalist
ist capitalist Italian industry with the usual
Communist glee. The Russian fac factory
tory factory proletariat thought the tech
nique so perfect a tactic, they sim.

ply adopted their Italian com

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
TOMORROW'S HEADLINES TO- Chickiee James and Simon Mc-from Betty Kean and Lew Park
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MERRY

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MARION

WASHINGTON Immediately at lulling the West into a
after President Eisenhower maeie sense ji seturui.

the momentous decision to land King Hussein repeatedly asked
American troops in Lebanon, sev for Amur c..n troops, repeatedly
eral events toon ptace wnich led exprci-i. lesira. m UKj ife of of-to
to of-to the present frantic attempts to i tensive against that part of nis
reverse ms position and evacuate; kingdom wtucn hau desened I-

our troops

One .was the jitteriness of Pres President
ident President Chamoun of Lebanon. A te?
asking for .imerican aiu, he sub subsequently
sequently subsequently demanded tht U. S.
troops keep out of ihe trouble
zone and fire no shots against
Lebanese rebels.
Later, when U.S. trouble shoot
er Ambassador Robert uurnhy ar arrived,
rived, arrived, he found Chamoun jumpy
irrational, and at times incoher incoherent.
ent. incoherent. Murphy reported that Cha Chamoun.
moun. Chamoun. a cardiac patient, had tak

en up smoking against the advice

formally end

rati.

the Turks also

repeatedly urged the U ri i c d

oiaies 10 move, ltiey have point pointed
ed pointed out that they cannot tole-me
another uii,neauJy governmeiit on
their border;
One hosnle government Kus Kus-sia
sia Kus-sia on the east, with another
Syria on th. sou .i s enuu;h.
To have another unfriendly gov government
ernment government lia o i t ie southeas
makes Turkey more vulnerable to
attack iii va
The Turks assured the United

aiaies tna tney were rcadv tn

of his doctors. Murphy has urged send two divisions Into Iraa i

Chamoun to leave Lebanon, and

take asylum in the United State.
Another discouraging develop
ment was the refusal of Saudi A A-rabia
rabia A-rabia to cooperate with the Unit

ed States. When the American sent to

amDassaaor in itiyaan, uon nearn i ,i s

meaiateiv alter the murder

King Faisal. All they wanted was
air cover from the United jl&.es.
, It was par ly with his strategy

in nijn'i r-i- irillv ronos wpph

Jordan. However two

e-" v Mi- British

Our popular mode of dress is undeniably North American: our rarjes' strategy. Suddenly the So

unicameral legislative horiv ann otner r-iiincaiiun ui uur Suvc..i Suvc..i-jnent
jnent Suvc..i-jnent are patterned on Western, not Hispanic, structures.
And nur unfavorable trade-balance is overwhelmingly in favor

nt Vipaw imnnrts of basic commodities from the U S.A

there's 'so little currency in our tills.
Revert this policy nf, importing indiscriminately, and instead
'develop basic Industries financed with outside capital if necessary.
Most; of the factories in Puerto Rico are financed with foreign cap capital.
ital. capital. They are prosperous and employ thousands of native funds.
That's what our tiny country needs more employment.
UTa how honpfiipri imineasura blv from this admixture, a blend-

W nf sunerinr inere'dients. Thus, extreme nationalism

What is woefully lacking in our country is rigid enforcement of
existing laws. For example, food is the staff of life, yet ironically
in Panama food inspection is unheard of, at least it would seem so
to me, judging by what is retailed. Sour milk and moldy bread are
41rf.-,ntlir t n M in ciinrr m n rkpl s

Tn contrast, milK pronuceo in ranania nu m s .... organized movement against "the

lor the Doy friend who dumpeu
her to marry another, calls hnu
long distance when the tlame
gets too hot. (He'll have nothing
to do with her.)...lKe wants loin
Dewey as assistant prexy if Ad

i ams goes, Dut ihe ex dov wains

out. .Top hoods telling Mickey
(ine Louse) Cohen that l lie
doesn't shut his trap and keep out
of the papers, he'll get only one
more story on the obit page. .
It's quite easy for Prince Philip
to fly over to Paris to visit Mike
Parker, his former equerry. Botn
Edward VII and Edward VIII
(when Prince of Wales- used to
do it on the q.t. all the time. .
What's the lowdown on armed, se-

viet press stopped renortine this

sabotage of Italian industry.
But, too late. The strategy al-

No wonder: ready had reached into factories Cret aeents of Iron Curtain coun

in Moscow, Leningrad, Stalingrad, tries on the loose in NOT., eyeing
Donnas, the Urals and other hear their delegation? (They're in on
vy industrial concentration cent- diplomatic passports and the gens
ers on which Khrushchev's war come over in the official punches,
machine depends. but does this give them the right

There is positive evidence here
of the cost of such slowdowns-

nationalism must be 'and the specific names of huge

plants, such as Moscow's Ordjo.

Carter

caie ae ran unes, is uyiug w;iuarina Itaye, Kudy Vallee and

emulate mem in me money oags usa rerraday (and if she

uepaiimem euu, usually muiu'
three or lour clubs a uiglu wnn
as many different rich escorts.
She's an Esthonian beaut. ti;y the
way, 1 wonder what became of
Monica Erickson, the "Queen" of
the Esthonian beauts?). .Add

restaurant geniuses: Likable Alun'la Lucius Beebe and Caribou

i.ewis, top man at tne i a unions
Forum ol the 12 Caesnri. Started
from scratch and became one of
N.Y.'s most exclusive overnight.

.Publicity wiz Bob Taplinger.

to carry them in town)?

.t.;i m.ei.w most he dated when delivered in order to determine its

degree of freshness and potableness later. Does our government
maintain a Food and Drug Agency for testing the quality of what we
are forced to consume? n P P

U.S. SCHOOLS FOR U.S. CHILDREN

Sir:

More and More: Mary Lou

nikidze Eneineerine Wnrks 'nrt ocnroeaer nosioru ninuiey uidu i
ih. nfn bp Ly m i m u make a move w thout consulting
the Ball Bearing Works Number 2 h aslroiogers who told her ten
which were actually cr.ppled for1 ag0 ?nat sne would marry

Z. i a mi honaire and become a mo-

inere is no leaoersmp nor any vie .lar in 1958. .Actress Barna

ra Nichols and society singer ly

the constant bachelor, uid

i!ie.s

in go.). -.iNortn Mar Hotel in
Nome, Alaska (facing Siberia i
fractures tourists With menus at attached
tached attached to menu covers from the
Colony, Voisou, L'Aiglon, Cham Cham-bord,
bord, Cham-bord, Larue and Quo Vadis with
U I I

iidi oft utM reinaeer sanowicnes a

ot

Pie, Bardot Style, and vials of
paydirt with gold dust for the la ladies
dies ladies instead of Stork perfume.
Movie studios dickering lor the
171.. II.. II I I ..

v,n vim aiury ouut aoout '::c

asked for permsjnn to use 'he, were about 24 hours late ii,n?

big American air base at Dhn..- to Jordan Tiiey a i to scrape up
ran fr U.S. military Dlanes, he extra transport planes asked the
just didn't get an answer. j United States or extra nlanes "as

thrown rrince ra'sai, now icji a result arrived one dav late
l c- i : a u : i i c i . V

oct-unu, iraqi rebel iorces ton
solidated their forces with sp-rd
and won the allegiance of th I I-raqi
raqi I-raqi army in Jordan. So the one
day s British delay made it too
iae vr ri H-ssei" supported
by the British, to move

All thec' fas invj ievelon-

menis were cabled tn PreiHo..f

Eisenhower as he naceH the flnn-

of the White House worrying o-

ver nis use ot trooos in the dvna-mite-laden
Near East.
He has used troons on two n h.

er occasions during his five and

a nan years in the 'Vh' House
once at Little Rock, once be

cause of the (IC'llon tratinn a.

gainst Vice President Nixon in
Venezuela.. Neither and turned out
well.
A military man, he did not like
to be a civilian nresident who re resorted
sorted resorted to the use of troops. Am
he determined to get them out of
Lebanon as soon as possible.

life

rot excitine ore-war eontinpntal

propose to blonde and bootul Lee) of Vito Pisa, his 'riches-to-rags to
Robbins at Ed Wynne's Harwyn. i riches" and .downs in Americi

tne never aoesj. .Mayne iiar and a "Grand Hotel" type of
let Lita Milan makes the gazettes i treatment of the fabulous episodes

Witn young rrujiuo mil ner s at hht fabulous club. .New Mar-,
ii.aI hl'yloni.rMii IU. nHA tatitU I....- 1 : 4 .

inucavroj uoica pic nun un quip Since tiOKllllle landed
er boy Steve Cochran.. .Attention in Washington: "Lead me to your

painting reruns pdniiivi&. o u u laKer.
Collins reserving a seat at El Mo-
rocco's Round Table when she It's How the Champagne Po"s-
finishes "Rally Round the Flag A bachelor, observes -tomic SaW-
tHrtirc" in li' I i ,1: oimji 1 1 r Plonu In 1 a L :

iivj. in .nvnviuuv, 10...J iu ic jvdniuHi, is a guy wno nalc a

move-nere. nooray: .wife even before he marries her
TiU U. iL

i. .me uisser tney are tne nicer

I Get the Signal (send me 'fey come was proved when riecl
more): Christina Crawford, Joan's Wring chartered a plane to fly

adopted actress daughter, teaching m, s,.nawn.ee- 10 Ridgewood

boss man" which is Ihe disdain M Foii-hanlr iust kprvt elarint! at

ful workers nickname for manage-j each othei at Luchow's but it v.as
ment and supervisors. The slow-j hard to tell which one was glar glar-downs
downs glar-downs just develop spontaneously, ine the most because they ook

There would be firings, which I so much alike. . Is that

would be almost lethai in the So. j Collins waltzing around quietly
viet Union, for this would deprive I with Fred Astaire?. .John Ring Ring-the
the Ring-the big plants of skilled labor i lmg North moved out of his Hol Hol-already
already Hol-already as scarce as a fulfilled lywood home so Mamie Van Do

more than acting to newto.ner

N. J. to take a bow at the open-

ruler o' Saudi Arabia, reporte

that he had tried to secure land landing
ing landing rights from the Saudi cabinet,
but they had aked too many
questions for him to answer
Prince Faisal cntrmlained that he
had not been given enough infor
mation by the Unit- qmipS to
satisfy the questions of his minis ministers.
ters. ministers. FOLDEROL FAILS
This was just an Arab stall.
Saudi Arabia is a m o n a r ? h y
where one man's word is law.
Prince Faisal could have given
that word himself.
The Eisenhower administration
exuded all kinds of fancy foleier foleier-ol
ol foleier-ol and royal chi-chi to entertain
King Saud last year on the 'ex 'ex-cuse
cuse 'ex-cuse that this was necessary to
entertain King Saud last year on
the excuse that this was necessa

ry to renew the Dhahran air base.

Apparently that folderol was in

vain, ihe lease was renewed, but

current military use denied.

As these developments were ca cabled
bled cabled back to Piesident Eisenhcw
er in Washington, a highly impor

tant secret meeting took place in

Moscow..
Just how he got there still re re-m?ins
m?ins re-m?ins a mystery. His yacht was
under observation all th way
froni the Adriatic to Syria. and

it was thought he was aboard.

But he was not. Possibly a dum dummy
my dummy substituted for him aboard
the yacht. At any rate his sudden
arrival in Moscow was a com com-olee
olee com-olee surmise.

His talks with Khrushchev kent

Washington on tenterhooks. At

first it was thought that Nasser

was eettin" Russian support for

possible military intervention a
gainst the United States.

Sketchy reports now received in

dicate that he advised Khrushchev

just the opposite namely, to stav

out of the Near East except as a

last resort in case of a British
American attack on Iraq.

CLEANING U.S. EMBASSY

Meanwhile the new Iraqi

DISCLOSE INSURANCE SOLD
NEW YORK (UPI) -The New
York Life Insurance Co.. an announced
nounced announced yesterday that over 20
billion dollars of li "e insurance is
currently owned by its more than
4 million nolicy holders ir th
United States, Canada and Hawaii.

Russian promise.

Se desperate is the need for
labor, the Central Committee of
the Communist Party itself de decreed
creed decreed the recruiting of 15 ef H
year-old children. These young youngsters
sters youngsters are nit ded to replace old.
er workers so the stronger, more
mature men and women can be
taken off the line and trained
for skilled tasks.

As of Sept 3 tuition rates in the Canal Zone schools will be in increased
creased increased for tuition students not sponsored by the US government.
Even the kids of US citizens will be paying $39 a month in elementary
grad"s (16.)
It's pi'v these kids get no protection from their own country so
far s the:r education is concerned. In many cases, their nnlv fault
in the eyes of the CZ authorities is that their parents work in Pan Panama
ama Panama At least such parents can afford the tuition.
But hew about the kids of US citizens who have retired and who
are livmg in Panama on a small pension? In some cases the parents
have died and the kids ar trving to get educated on a small pension
which does not cover the tuition rates, let alone any other school ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Rome such kids are US citizens The annuitv they receive
is b'ing increased slowh But while a kid mav receive an increase
Of $3 month or 10 percent of his annuitv, his fuilion is increased
by $14 Is that fair'
n't there some way in which these American kids can be pro protected
tected protected in their education? Isn't there any organization on the Zone
which will take the matter up?
The voung workers of todav will be the Oldtimers of tomorrow
Aeinn taken todav ran benefits them and their kids tomorrow Tt

would be fine if we could be sure of seeing them graduate and move viet, and M. O-orgadze, secretary

out into life on their own, hut this noes not always nanpen i ot ine same unit.
Will 1he kids of the retired Oldtimers he forced to studv in a On July 15, this decree was be

foreign school in Panama? Will the have to renounce then u citi citi-zenship
zenship citi-zenship because as Panamanian r' 'ens thev could get their high
school education almost free? As non Panamanian citizens they are
tot entitled to this privilege
Even the best private schools in Panama do not cost half as
mnch m tuition as the Canal Zone schools are going to cost come
Sept 3.
I lealize that foreign students, or students whose parents do not
work in the Zone, should pav tuition in Zone schools But there should
be some protection for the kids nf Ih ise retired Americans who gave
the best years of their lives to the Panama Canal
Let's hope something can he done for these kids After all, it
was their parents who helped build the Canal into what it is todav.
If the kids of these Oldtimers don't rate a free education in the
Zone's US schools, at leats thev deserve a special tuition rale.
Mr. A.

ren could move in. but I m 1 1, e

kind of landlord who would have
stayed to dinner anyway. .Con .Considering
sidering .Considering the quick change design,
fashion should play "What's my
line." (Just threw that in to see
if you're still reading.). .El Bo Bo-rracho's
rracho's Bo-rracho's Harvey Rosen is starting
a class for restaurant owner.) on

fire prevention (because he dia
so well himself?) and offers the
.c. nt Wtw fqpilitipc at a Pnrktjlr i

U.TG Ul Ilia lonimvo

actor Mike Rayhill at the Hoiel ln 01 organist Mark Laub's Low
Winslow hideaway bar. . .Alter "y.08" studio. Laub, a Waring

my line about Mike Shean 0' SU1U'51- 01(1 commanet pertormnc- Meanwnne tne new iraqi s,ov-

Sea's Christmas shows for CIV es ,or ,ke an" Queen Liz ana he ernment was making diplomatic o-

J WaniC IA fin th. r n v T- L... trni. 1 W U ... fF

Uihit loan in ureeniana-iceiana L,aDraaoi ; ".: 'w iui me, uuu"" "csi m nme un
Hint ,ni,lii .... , 'I npvpr oni n..t U ir.,, 1 f tl. T

ne Was swain peel Wlin Oil 3rS I, ""al u,c mums. . nratcin uiaus mi duntiv. it
Those Miss Universe b e a u 1 1 e s I sent vvord first through the West
nrmip nnn II. T1! u riw.n .1, i j:

I i w,,lr niiJift. me woriu iny i vici jiidii r.iiiuaasy, later unee I

oe in a Dad shape but there are i through U.S. Ambassador Gallman
a lot of food shapes in the world, that oil would continue to flov.
. .Did you ever stop to think: A It even sent a work crew to the
guy looks tall, dark and handsome! American Embassy to clean up
when he's short, fat and ricn? i the "Go Home" Gallman reported

nnein f a Irtnn Laonni't nn I v a nr.

, C be found ln Po,nl N,n will give diplomas .or the sue sue-of
of sue-of the Decree of the Presidium cessful completion of the course.
of the USSR, Supreme Soviet, ConJ
firming The Statute on Ihe Rights' it's the Heat Not (me); Jeff
of Factory, Works, and Local Chandler optioned Mitch Parish's

Trade Union Committees." "Hits is! sonnets the ones that graceu V

signed by none other than K.
Voroshilov, chairman of the Pre Presidium
sidium Presidium of the USSR, Supreme So-

lieved so vital it was broadcast
to the entire nation for immedi immediate
ate immediate reprinting by the "provincial
press." And in the same Point
Nine the real bittersweet of So Socialist
cialist Socialist desperation is tucked away.
The decree gives local "unions"
the right to decide which workers
are handling the "hot" danger
ous jobs. On the unions' de!
cisions rests the rights of work workers
ers workers "to obtain milk because of

their harmful working conditions

or to receive soao ax well is

vacations.

Sir:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF .7 STREET

If "Mr. X" (Mail Box, Aug 51 who says he "observes the
nighlly pageant of these women and their dls" on .1 Street, does not
live down in Panama, w'lat is he doins down in J Street every night?
I assume him to be one of the decent people, and would remind
him that it is not only GIs who go down there I've seen Balboans
with those J Street women. Everytime a civilian does something
wrong down here if's rapidly forgotten, but let some GI who has the
misfortune to be "exiled" down to this little naradise for civilians
do something wrong and some so-called "decent citizen" shows his
narrow mind
It seems that whenever people like Mr X are in danger of get getting
ting getting a certain part of their anatomy about thev are the first to
scream for the military to save them. I suggest Mr. X should wake
up to the realization that there are just as many rotten apples in
civilian life as there are in the military. He should he grateful that
the military is here, otherwise he might have to work for a living.
As for the GIs "debasing the dignity of our (Mr. X's) wives
and daughters," let him them not to dress like a Hollvwood sexpot.
Instead of writing to the newspaper; let him get together with lead lead-lag
lag lead-lag citizens and force the government to do something about it.

Mr. X blames GIs. The condition existed before we came, and

will axlst after we have gone.
Exiled GI.

Thus, Khrushchev, who promises

his people pie in the sky on Mar,

can deliver milk and soap only
to those workers who are in daily
danger of falling off a girder into
a caldron of molten lead.
This is Ihe mark of a desperate
land in crisis.

W's column for years) and will

make an album of them. .So. ny
James, one of Capitol'a biggest
recording stars, relused a Vegas
engagement because he refuses to
work where liquor is served.
Corinne Calvet rouses herself from
the doldrums by slipping on a
.ilmy nightgown and dousing her
self in Nuit de Noel. (How do I
know?). .Heat generated by ac
tress Jean Tabor and thesp Cob
Horton could fry an egg. .Best
hit a gal can make on a Ve Vegas
gas Vegas jackpot these days is a son
of Crosby.

It's
Dezie

How the Bongo Singles:
Rome, who shares with

SHARE KNOWLEDGE
LONDON (UPI) -Two fading
British and American manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing companies announced yestcr.
day they would share technical
knowledge and manufacturing
techniques.
They are Armstrong Siddley
Motors, Ltd., of London and Bea Beaver
ver Beaver Precision Products of Detroit.
Beaver is a leading designer and
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End of the Line (Or almost).
Gene Nelson's secretary, MarWn
Nelson, will become his boss any any-day
day any-day now when she says "I do "...
. One of the younger 1960 Demo Democrat
crat Democrat presidential hopefuls better
keep his eyes off the gals, ci-
his wife will hit Reno in a wive
of headlir.es. (Got so playful at a
Washington party his host threat threatened
ened threatened tu throw him out.). . At
Cavahagh's: Pert Nancy Kenyon,
the songstress, not talking rtal
estate to real estate heir John
Reynolds Jr. Four American
recording artists recorded the Is
raeli hit "Dance, everyone
"Dance," but her fritnds cla;m
Betty Madigan's tops Harry Bla Bla-fonte's
fonte's Bla-fonte's Margaret Whiting's ;ind
Les Baxter's. (What is the store..?
. .After those wild Southampton
parties everyone rides out to Shin
necock Hills to hear bcajfiful
Terry Taylor at Al White's Su Super
per Super Club.

Wisdom of a White Way Woll;
Eat, drink but don't marry.

AWARDED MISSILE CONTRACT
ST. LOUIS (UPI) McDonnell
Aircraft Corp. announced yester yesterday
day yesterday receipt of $5,794,904 Air
Force contract 'or production of
air-launched quail decoy missiles
bringing its total orders for the
missile to $41,277,112.

that the new government seem

ed to be popular with the Iraqi
peonlc.
Offsetting this, Eisenhower re
ceived vigorous representations
both from the Turks and Kiny
Hussein of Jord?n hat the tu-w
Irani government was nractioi-"'
surface appeasement only, aimed

Although mummies are often
thought of only in connectftm
with Egypt, some mummies
have been found in the Amer Americas.
icas. Americas. Many of the best one
were found among the remains
of the Incas of Peru. Some
archaeologists feel that thesa
are not true mummies, be because
cause because the bodies do not appear
o have been specially treated treated-But
But treated-But there is substantial evi evidence
dence evidence that many American
mummies were treated and art
true mummies.
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52 Domestic slave
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SATURDAY. AUCTST 9. 1958

TB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAUK 1HKEI

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CHUCKLE HEAD

ELIZABETH. N. J. (UPU- It

cost Kenneth Kline approximately
$33.33 an inch yesterday for an au

tomobile trip ike made.
Kline, previously convicted of
drunken driving, was fined $200

fot disobeying a court warning

not to drive again. Police nabbed
lum after he had only gone, six

inches.

HE WAS WRONG

LONDON (UP!) American

teacher Alva Miller is one man

who never again will travel with

out first consulting a map.

On his way home after a year

teaching school in St Helena, Mil

ler told reporters here why he

took the job on the lonely British

island in the South Atlantic:

"I thought it was in the Medi

terranean."

COL. RALPH A. JONES, JR., (left) presents five year recognition certificates and pins to
Fort Kobbe Exchange workers are Albert W. Kaska, manager (partly hidden) looks on. Re Receiving
ceiving Receiving the awards, which were presented in recognition of loyal and faithful service with
the Caribbean Army and Air Fore Exchange are (left to right) Miss Delia Scott, Braulio Ce Ce-defio,
defio, Ce-defio, Fernando Fabrega and Hilario Espinosa (U.S. Army Photo)

HOLED jjPiUA VftWi

swfe

ackson, of Virieennes, Ind., and

Mn Tfo&Wmmm Ind., stand on a ladder ti 100ft

at a large mushroom growing in a hole in a tree. The hole was
ten feet from the ground. Freak mushroom was on the grounds
of their grandfather, Harry Liechty, of C ory, Ind.

(TAKING ALICKtNC Dog days are cool days at Sun Valley,

J v'Jr v. ine 0,g St Bernard. When it gets too hot, he
J just licks off his sharejof playmate Evan Lister's ice cream cone.

Quote Unquote

LAS VEQAS, Nev. The Most
Rev. Bishop Robert J. Dwyer,
warning Roman Catholics arainst

the trend toward nudity and in

decent entertainment along the

famed Las Vegas "Strip":

"There is no vacation from the

Ten Commandments."

SOOTHE THE YOANGSTERS

SAN FRANCISCO CUPI) The

San Francisco Housing Authority

has been given permission to

spend $1.25 a month for peace and r

quiet.

Many of the 2.000 mothers from

the city's housing project bring

their small children wun tnem

when thev pay the rent. The 1.25

Will be used to gfve the children

lollipops.

ADVICE FOR PARENTS

LONDON (UP1 The Church

of England newspaper urged its
readers today to still "infantile

squawks during Sunday services
by feeding their chi'Ven hearty
breakfasts before taking them to

church.

"A baby full of breakfast will

most likely sleeo through a hun

dred hymns," the church paper

said. "If he does not, it is luceiy

that he is teething, and should

either be taken out of church or
left at home for a Sunday or

two."

HOLLYWOOD Actress Mari

lyn Monroe, expressing happiness

at tne dismissal o a contemn of

Congress conviction against her

playwright husband, Arthur

Miller:

"I'm very happy for my !ius

band, but I am even happier for

the truth and justice thai do

exist in our country."

NEWPORT, R. I. Capt. Karl

Anderson, skipper of the tanker

Graham which collided with an

other talker and exploded,

causing the death of 15 crewmen
and injuring 36 others:

"It's an awful thing to think

about. All thrr; men dead and all

that damage."

I. UNITED NATIONSj N.Y. U?I)

UK Ambassador to, the United
Nations Henry Cabot Lodge, -in

dicating this country's position in

the forthcoming General Assembly

discussion on the Middle East:
"We believe the General As Assembly
sembly Assembly will want to deal ton

Lstructlveiy with the fundamental,

broad problems involved and not

be satisfied with mere stopgaps."

TAYLOR INSPECTS TROOPS

LONDON (UPI) Gen. Maxwell
D. Taylor, U.S. Army chief of

staff who is in Europe for his an

nual inspection of-Anierican bases
arrived here today for a

two-day courtesy visit with British

services chief Sir William Dickson
and Field Marshal Sir Gerald

Templar.

SINK OR SWIM

LONDON (UPI) -As a training
exercise, the British army has

adopted the nractice of dumping
hopeful cadet prospects in the
rugged mountains of Wales and
letting them find their own way
out.
"A thousand times better than

marching," a spokesman said. "It

tests their courage, initiative, en

durance and leadership qualities."

FAI I- TO DEATH

MERANO, Italy (UPI) -Three

German climbers, including a girl

ot 16. ten to their death on
Mount Ortles near here yester

day. Italy rescue teams found the
bodies on a glacier. Police said

the dead were Wilhelm Koehler,
52, Ursula Fornruck, 16, and her
brother, Karl Forpruck, 26.

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irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
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COME EARLY
SAN LEONARDO, Italy (UPIW (UPIW-Wine
Wine (UPIW-Wine will flow like water out of

a new fountain in this hamlet in

north Italy when it is inaugurated

on Sunday.
But it will be only for an hour
during the inauguration ceremony.
After the 220 gallons of wmt is
used up water will flow indeii-

nitely.

Same Story-

It's Fifth Boy

For Crooner Crosby

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Bing
rVnohv horamp thp father of his

fifth boy Yesterday when his wife,
actress Kathy rant, gave birth
to their first .ild at Queen ot

Angeles Hospit ..
TVio ntiiiH fnr whom no name

has been selected as yet, weighed
7 pounds, 9 ounces.
Dr.. Abner J. Moss, who deliv

ered the infant at 11:32 a.m.

reported mother and cjum Upth

"doing well, moss saia me Daoy
had not been expected until Aug.
17, but indicated it was a normal
delivery with no complications.
Th at vpar old millionaire

crooner brought his wife, 23. to

the hospital at 3:45 a.m. ana took
an adjoining room himself,
frnclw anrt the nrpttv brunette.

the former Olive K. Grandstaff of
Wpct Columbia Tex., were mar

ried Oct. 24 last year in a Cath Catholic
olic Catholic church at Las Vegas. Nov.

It was her first marriage.

Crosby s nrst wiie, uixie bee,
died Nov. 1, 1952, following a
lengthy illness. They had four
sons, Gary, 25, twins Dennis and

Phillip, 23, and Lindsay, a.

FIND AHCIENT ROAD
CHESTER, England (UPI) A
team of scientists doing excava excavation
tion excavation work near Newcastle Under

Lyme has uncovered a Roman
road which they hope may lead
them to the site of Mediolanum, a
Roman town lost for centuries.

Prof. J. M. T. Charlton said Med

iolanum appeared on an ancient

Roman map at a junction south
of Chester. The newly-found road
is 24 feet wide. Other finds in the
area include pottery and wood
pieces in excellent condition after
2,000 years.

DIAL HOT OR COLO Chris J. Witting inspects a new ex experimental
perimental experimental product of his firm a baby bottle cooler-warmer.
The device, the result of what has been called an important
break-through in electronic refrigeration, may be the harbinger
Of a new era in home appliances. By eliminating the con conventional
ventional conventional motor and compressor, the day is coming, says Wit Witting,
ting, Witting, general manager of Westinghouse Corp., Consumer Prod Products,
ucts, Products, when the familiar refrigerator will be broken up into
separate storage drawers and cabinets in the kitchen arid other
rooms. Other possibilities of thermo-electric appliances, which
could be either plugged in or run on batteries: cooling Blankets,
refrigerated mixing bowls and portable patio refrigerators.

Warner's Condition

Stationary After

Lung Complications

UAwwjis, ranee (Url) A hos hospital
pital hospital spikesman sid yesterday
that movie magnate Jac Warner's
condition was "stationary-"
Warner, 66, was reported by his
doctors Thursday night to be suf suffering
fering suffering from "very serious" lung
comDiications rpsultinp from in.

juries suffered in a car accident

two days ago.
Dr. Jean Stehelin on of thp

physicians who has been attend.

ing warner, said he was not out
of danger.

New Chief Of US
Mission To Take
Orientation Tour
Col. Russel G. Spinney, now
chief of the U.S. Army Mission
to Colomoia, will make an orien orientation
tation orientation tour of U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean August 11-18.
He is to visit staff sections and
technical services as well as the
Jungle Warfare Training Center.

the U. S. Army Caribbean Schooi
and the Inter American Gtode Gtode-tic
tic Gtode-tic Survey headquarters. Spinney
will conclude his tour with a jrief

ing at the J-3 Section. Caribbean

Command.

aa taw ditc Tfo nf tVin hifrp-pf nnwor shovels ever built,

the River Queen, was recently put 4n operation near Central
City in the western Kentucky coal field. The big shovel is
capable of biting out more than 80 tons of rock and earth at
one time. Note size of scoop as compared with bus below and
men standing in its mouth.

TO BUILD REFINERY
SAN FKANCISCO (UPI) Stand,
ard Oil Co. of California an
nounced yesterday it plans to
start construction in October on
its 41 million dollar refinery in
the Hawaiian Islands with opera,
tions scheduled to egin round
the end of 1960. The refinery will
have a rated capacity of 32,000
barrels a day.

EMBARRASSES PRINCE PHILIP
LONDON (UPI) Lt. Cmdr.
Peter Dillnot started the sailboat
Bluebottle in the wrong direction
in a race yesterday but what

made it really bad was that

Prince Philip, husband of the
Queen, was one of the three
crewmen.
"I misread the program and di.
reeled Prince Philip to the north northeast,"
east," northeast," Dillnot said. "It's going to
take me a little time to live this
thing down."

BUILDING REFINERY
ALGIERS (UPI) France plans
to build a new refinery here to
handle oil brought from the Sa.
hara by a new pipeline. T e
F r e n h Oil Co., announced
yesterday that work on the re refinery
finery refinery would begin Sept. 1.

CIRO S NIGHT CLUB
Announces a new show with
famous International artists.
Admire the torrid

Rumba Dancers
NUVIA and NELIDA
The Famous Singer
AURORA CASTILLO
Famous Panamanian Folklore
dancers
(HICHO and MASLOVA

and many other attractions
Drinks at Moderate Prices
Three SHOWS 9:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
and 1:30 a.m.
COLON

A MOUNTAIN

OF FLAVOR

BUYS CLOTHES FIRM
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UPI) -Chadbourn
Gotham, Inc. an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced yesterday it has
acquired Carwood Manufacturing
Co., producer of men's work
clothes and sportswear. Terms
were not disclosed.

THE SAYINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS r
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.

G. A. De ROUX, CARLOS M0UYNES V.
Manager Sub-Manager
HOURS :
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

ft Royal Pudding! And it's full of delicious nutrition
that kids love! Each package hat more food value than a half
liter of milk-and makes six portions. Easy to prepare, toot

Have uou ever

-Wted an Italian

TRY IT AND SEE HOW GOOD IT IS
In America, as well as in Italy, pizza sells like the pro proverbial
verbial proverbial hotcakes. In well-frequented places in any city you
can see an Italian cook preparing mouth-watering pizzas.
It is easy to make a pizza. First, you prepare the dough,
then place it in a pie tin, add the tasty tomato sauce, sprinkle
with grated cheese and pop it in the oven. The Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
package contains all the necessary ingredients and
gives directions that are simple to follow. Pizza Pie is a
dish you should try . now!

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN "AN INDWENDENT DATLT NEWSPAPER
THE VOICE OF
ff ; I :"wv;;i.
BROADWAY
fcy Dorothy Killgallen

van rnr

i a.

Social and KJlherwhe ;-' HGHIHQLLLlLHllB !?

Mrs Maria Kios de LniaDra 01 HwnBiHIPHS
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;iECEPTION FOR NEWLY ARRIVED STUDENTS
AT THE OFFICERS' CLUB, FORT GULICK
The United Slates Army Caribbean School recently held
reception for newly arrived students at the Officer.' Club,
Theieeption line included Maj. Gen Charles L. Dasher,
rnmmandinif general, USARCAR1B; Maj. Gen. Paul R. We We-Mttch
Mttch We-Mttch ch ei of staff, Caribbean Command; Mrs. Wey ranch;
Brig Gen. Milton L. Ogden, deputy commanding general
iMaiirARlB- Mrs Ogden; Col. Cecil Himes, commandant
Ke U A m Caribbean School; Mrs. Himes; Lt. Col.
Robert H Evans, assistant commandant of the School; Mrs.
Evans- and Maj. Eladio A. Burgos, secretary of the School.

Students were introduced to the
members of the receiving line,
Who in turn welcomed each siu.
dent personally. The officer-student'
represent the armies of Bo Bolivia,
livia, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador,
El Salvador. Guatemala, Hani,
unrlnras Mexico. Nicaragua, Pe

ru, Uruguay, Venezuela and
United States.

(Dorothy Kilgallan if an vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Har auait calumniat taday
it Ralph Watkins, owner at the
Ember i and ana f Mia nation's
faramast iazi club pionaari.)

will Jeave me. ciuu at i p in
A day. long irip ioo-4.i Island
will be on the agenda lor Augus.
16. Buses will ,eave the ciufc at 7
p.m. and those interested ii. la k
ing part in the excursion should
make reservations by calling the

the dub. All enlisted men assigned to

Fort Kobbe and their dependents

are invited

The reception is an oiiicial ev-

Dr. and Mrs. Chanii

takps Dlact twice each

111, f
year to welcome the new group ol
Students which arrives every Jan uary
and July to attend the vari various
ous various courses offered at the LSAR
CARIB School.
Union Club
Festival Tonight
The committee for the Children s
Hospital in Panama will sponsor
a festival tonight beginning at 9 -00
pm. at the Union Club Pro
cetfls lrom the event will go to.
warcTi securing clothing for the
hospital. Miss Gladysin Strunz,
Queen of the Carnavahto and her
court and Miss Ana Elena Motta
and her group will enter the Club
in gay costumes accompanied by
the classical "murga." There will
be a dance contest for those at attending
tending attending and many olher planned
activities during the evening.

NEW YORK (UPI) Be real realistic
istic realistic in your approach :o a iob
savs a woman author of a new

book on careers in fashion. I
Says Eleanor L. Fried: "A!
glamorous job is one that some.;
one else has and that you don'tj
know much about.

Absolutely no one ever describes
his own job in such terms."
Miss Fried's book, "Is the Fash Fash-inn
inn Fash-inn Business Your Business?"

I ( Fairchild), takes a realistic look
I al the industry which like steel

rales anion? thp ''Bis Ten.

Announce Birth of Daughter "Prospects for the apparel in-
Dr. and Mrs. Rolando Chanis dustry are bright." says the au au-announee
announee au-announee the birth ol a daughter j thor who since 1947 has teen
on Wednesday, August 6. at San placement director for the Fash Fash-Fernando
Fernando Fash-Fernando Clinic. 1 inn Institute of Techonology, New
1 York. She pointed out that by
K of C to Celebrate 1965. the nation's population will
Corporate Communion Masi I be approximotely 190 million:
The Cristobal Counc-I 1689, Ihot the teen-age population will
Knights of Colu.nbus, yill celebrate, have increased by 50 per cent in
a corporate Communion Mass at a 10 year period,
the Holy Familv Church in Mar j "What a set of opportunities
garita tomorrow at the 30 a 111 for tnf apparel manufacturers
mass. All members of Hie council ,an(1 ,hp apparel merchandisers,"
are requested to meet in tront of sno observes.
the church at V:20. After Mass, a H,eF. bnok anayzes ,he Jot)

quaiiiuauuos, saianes aim pouen pouen-tials
tials pouen-tials in designing, merchandising,
promotipn, publishing, and the
phase of the industry.

FIVE SALVADORIAN students found an old friend when they attended a reception held in
their honor recently at the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick. When these students
were cadets attending their Military Academy in EI Salvador, Colonel John F. Schmehier was
attached to the U.S. Army Mission to El Salvaior. Now these same students are lieutenants
in the Salvadorian Army and much to their surprise, Col. Schmelzer was on hand to greet
them at their own reception. Col. Schmelzer is now the new G-3 of the U.S. Army Caribbean.
From left to right are: Lieutenant Jose Alfredo Hernandez, Lieutenant Roberto Lopez Mejia
and Lieutenant Efrain Figuero, all of San Salvador; Mrs. Schmelzer: Colonel Schmelzer; Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Raul Hernandez of Santa Ana and Lieutenant Francisco R. Herrera of Soyapango.
(U.S. Army Photo)

dutch-treat breakfast for mem-

Selby
their

Capt. and Mrs. Selby
Entertain at Buffet
Capt. and Mrs. Lowell D.
a hu'fet supper in

quarters at Fort Clay'on for the
bridal party of their daughter. E E-leanor
leanor E-leanor Deane who became Mrs.
Jack B. Hammond today at the
Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon.
Other guests for the Thursday eve.
Bing affair were Mr. and Mrs.
Hammond of Balboa, Capt. and
Mrs. George Pulliam of Fori Gu Gulick
lick Gulick and Mrs. Francis Reinann
Of Curundu.

Trip to Old Panama
The Fort Kobbe Service Club
has arranged two trips fo paints
of interest in Panama.
Tomorrow a camera lour feat-

MAK fRiFNOS Women Douse Fires

REMINDERVILLE, Ohio (UPI)'
While the men are away, the t

women ol Reminderville 'nop,
201 ) don't keep the home fres fres-hurning.
hurning. fres-hurning. They put them out. This
is one ol the few towns in Amer

ica which has women on its vol volunteer
unteer volunteer fire department. About lb'
women, aged 25 to 50, werr re recruited
cruited recruited to "man" the fire house'
while the men of the village are'
away ai work. The gals take re? j
til; r training from Chief Willy j
Delgade When the town's 20 men

1 volunteers are nn duty, the girls
If vou accept a job as a mem- take over Phones, sound alarms,;
ber of a club or organiw'ion. and handle crowds at fires.

carry out your duties promptly.
You aren't much help to the ..,-.., ...
president or the chairman who ANNOUNCE EXPANSION PLAN

appointed you if you have to be
prodded and reminded and check

ed up on

MILWAUKEE (UPI) -Cleaver-Brooks
Co. today announced a

Besides, it's always easier lo 2 million dollar expansion pro.!

uring highlights such as Old Pa-, do the job on time than to put gram involving new facilities at
naraa and the National Museum it off until the last minute. Stratford, Ont., and Lebanon, Pa.

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I guess everyhing really start started
ed started for me in the early 40' s the
bleak, struggling days ol tally's
Stable. I heard a record called
"Jack the Bellboy's" done by Lio

nel Hampton, and 16 bars of it
were played by a new trio out
on the West Coast. Taking a big
chance, I ;ent lor them 10 come
to New York and play in Kelly's.
They went over pretty well,
but the leader the pianist seem
ed to be s. riving ior perfection
even when he wasn't on the
stand. He and the boys renears renears-ed
ed renears-ed every a 1 1 e r n 0 0 n. One
day while they were rehearsing
I heard somebody start to sing,
and ii was like tohing I had
ever heard before a hip, velvety
purr in pcrfec, swinging harmo

ny with the music. I was trans,
fixed.
When I came out of my coma
I dashed over to the pianist and
said, "Why didn't you tell me
you could sing lili' that?" He
said he hadn't because the club
had a no.entcrtainment-tax policy
and he figured we only wanted
an instrumental ''oup.

That night Kel 3 Stable chang changed
ed changed its po'i y am, that night the

piano player became the legend
known as Nil King Cole.
Than I remember a young
singer who was doing a record recording
ing recording session confi&ed o ma that
sha couldn't seem te gat in th
mooo at all. Ma maner what
the racard company triad, sha
wasn't satistiaa with the resiins.
Sa I suggested sha do the wax.
mas ih way sna worxe;, 4
night have them turn aut the
ham, smone up the siuoio real
thick and focus a tiny blue pin
spot an har tor a true 5U st.

an joint atmosphere. I told

har ta have the band wall ra.
hearted, than da just ana
"take."
Sha look my advice.
Tha singer? Billy Holiday.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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Opening lead 2

BY ALICIA HART

Summer is the ideal time to
start a diet. Hot weather plays
hob with the appetite anyway i

and makes it a natural to switch

A
When I opened my first Broad Broadway
way Broadway spot, the Royal Chicen
Roost, 1 was all ready to bring
new exciting musical talent lo
the Big Street. Tne .rouble was
the new exciting musical talent
Wasn't reaoy lo bring i.sell to
the Royal Chicken Roost. Nobody
wanted to take a chance. Per.
haps it was the name perhaps it
was the jinxed location. (1 al always
ways always open in a jinxed location.)
Finahy I decided to make a
bold move. Reading the newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, 1 saw where a new singer
had made an appearance in an
oui-oi-lown hall and had been un unmercifully
mercifully unmercifully panned by a critic. I
'orthwilh wired her an otfer lo
make her Broadway dehut at my
club for six weeks al 810,000 a
week. Although she didn't accept
the engaginent, every newspaper
in the country headlined the sto story
ry story and printed her gracious re.
ply because she happened to be
the daughter of the President of
the United States.
So the Roost was put on he

map by a singer who, 1 still teei,
never goi the big break she rJe-

from starchy or fat foods to cool Trvea on raawy Margaret
salads, ean' meat and cottage i lruman'
che:se- j To find new talent at the Roost
This doesn't mean you should I devised a contest called Cin
starve youself. It does mean'derella Night. It was held on
three carfully planned, well, j Monday, Hie ofi-night, and young
balanced meals a day on which hopefuls would come in to try
you can lose pounds. i0r a chancer' at a week's 'booking.
Be careful to avoid the poor Ona night a lad came in
habit of soft drinks day in and j who'd, bean doing odd jobs in
day out. And don't snack be tha, garment eertlar, and he
tween meals, thus ruinine the! wan in a ttaru. aftar th. ;

Today's hand is the same as
yes.erciay's except that West has

opened a trump. How can you ,h rAi r ,:
make the hanri aaain,. ih,. imi '.hc c00' of mining or afternoon.

:" , Aid reme

upi'mug aim uie a.i ciuo DreaK

sound meals that will give you
both health and beauly. il you
want something in midmorning
or ..afternoon, have, a glass of
iruit juice or an apple.

Avoid strenouous exercise and!
sunning in the heat of the day

.lick 10 ienni it vou n av t. ir

COL. CECIL HIMES, Commandant of the United States Army
Caribbean School, Fort Gulick, Canal Zone, chats with Mr.
Jose Maria Gonzales, Governor of Colon, during a reception
held recently in the Officers' Club of Fort Gulick for the newly
arrived students to the School. (U.S. Army Photo)

and the 5.1

You start by winning the open,
ing lead and playing the ace and
a small club. 11 clubs break 4-2
or beUer, you only need ruff one
ciuu in uummy and the second
trump lead can't hurl you. How.
ever, West ruffs your low club and

mber that swinnnins is

an excellent all-round exercise,
one that will firm the muscles as
you shed pounds.

the

Most of us strip down to
essentials in clothing during

weamer. un weekends or vaca.

non, we can go without stockings

Jungle

Film To Be Kitchen Chemistry

Shown Monday Night
Al Balboa USO-JWB

FISH VSa- POULTRY

VEGETABLES FRUITS JUICES

BIRDS EYE quick-fro7.cn foods are-farm-fresh
and flavorsomc. Crown exclusively
for Birds Eye, these rcady-to-scrve
quick-frozen Birds Eye foods are care carefully
fully carefully selected, cleaned and packed to
meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.

I

Enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables,
fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year-'round
regardless of season.

William M, Kosanof Margarita
will unveil to the public a l.lm
thai has been three years in pro pro-duel
duel pro-duel ion. Monday night at VAl in

the JWB.
Through repeated (rips into the
jungle. Kosan, photographed plants

1 animals, and insects of this Vo

rtical area: and the end result is

(his film "Through Jungle Win Windows"
dows" Windows" on which he will comment.
I Included in the film are ri.rc
'frogs from which some Indians
I extract venom to tip their poison
arrows, and extremely slow mo motion
tion motion close-up shots of the rare roy royal
al royal blue butterfly in flight.

ITHACA, N.Y. (UPI)-A full
course meal on the family dinner
table may have as many as 500
chemical additives in it to build j
its quality or nutritive value, says
a food expert.
Prof. D.B. Hand, head of the;
Department of Food Science and j
Technology al the New York
State Agricultural Experiment j
Station at Geneva, says federal:
regulations make sure that these
additives are in the best inerests
of consumers.
Hand told a meeting of the
State Nutrition Institute at Cor-!
nell Universiy that some chemi

cal additives may be used until
they can he shown harmful, b''
"the more advanced food com companies
panies companies have gone to great leng'hs
to establish harmlessness belore

use."
The professor said an erpanded
research progam is neede to
develop sat'er and simpler tes'ing
methods.

,,-w, nnnfl. ...1 I

nnii.-, nun 1 r 11 null, wi i'r, nun

you are let with two losing clubs j dresses or short, W
and only one trump for them. The I But in doina so

nana iooks noneless bu it l n't !.,Mii . ,u; th. ,., 1 u

. v i.iii a tiuiuic,. . ft"

Note that queen of spades in dum

my and the king of spades in the
West hand.

weak he had his awn following

piling in ta hear him, to I de decided
cided decided to abandon tha contest
and keep him on for 16 waakl
His nama was Harry Balanfon.
ta.
When I created Bop City 1
brought nodern music, to the
Main Stem. An agent came to me
and asked if I'd take a chance
wtih a bop.playing pianist he'd
found on 52d st. The pianist need needed
ed needed a job and would take scale.
Bob Ci y was the largest room
on Broadway and we weren' ex-

hot i petting a very uig wecK, so 1

uiougm: wny not araw attention
to this lad? Half an hour after

JpoukIoco the place opened I told the door-

J man 0 let no one in for an hour,
we must be.crea:e a line at the door, and

iwnich is unattractive to others,

ine large dernere and shprt

You do ruff one club in dum- j t B ha ter to nd rolls
my and return lo your hand with Lr n.c L -J 1. '?R. M P"?

(ho an nf ea, M :....!"' UU ""l Sl BlOpg Weil. A

fnasses

not make

ace 01 spanes. iow you lust ism, hark Hrc j

run ol I i "''o "U

, ,r """T a,m your targe freckles do
last three cards wil be vour s n- nii

gleton heart and the king and a So whpn u..
small club Dummy will hold ace- j clones" "ok "Trv -JETZ
small in hearts and the omppti i... ..... u . .De

coHpc ,u,e 'uu cnoose. iomtort is 1m.

portant but it doesn't enme h.

Stock The Best; Get some today .'

1.1 .1 if Jal J

fROSTID

rooot

I

1

During the hour-long film, na naturalists
turalists naturalists in the audience will he

invited to comment, identify and I

TOKYO POPULATION UP
TOKYO (UPI) The popula
tion of Tokyo, regarded as th

spades.

East will be holding two clubs
and hence will be down to one
heart only. West will hold two
hearts and the king of 'spades.
Now you lay down the king of
j clubs and West will be squeezed.
Je won't be able to throw the
king of spades and therefore will
j have to discard down to one heart.
Now you chuck dummy's nueen
of spades and both hearts will be
goad.

19

fore

every other consideration.

clarify what is shown on the screen 1 world s higgest metropolitan area,
Interesting and pertinent moriua- rose to 8.797,035 as of July l an
tio volunteered by the audienci increase of 299,364 over the ast
will be Gratefully appreciated, the year, the Tokyo statistics Bureau
JWB said. announced yesterday.

BoJo

VITAMIN 0 AODfB

( &W4A lib

KLIM

Baby is happy with his Klim milk formula be because
cause because easily digestible Klim won't upset his
stomach. Klim is so nourishing too. It helps
baby develop a strong, sound healthy body.
Start your baby on the way to sturdy good
health today. Give him dependable Klim .
the best milk.

til lout wdQb

UfiooJou

if it's Ttorden s-w oot ro oeed

ST

Q The bidding has been:
North East South Weat
1 A Pass 2 A Pass
2 A Pass ?
You, South, hold:
Q3 K2 47 5 32 AK7f
What do you do?
A Bid three spadea. With 18
hitrh-card points and Queen and
one spade yon should Invite
tame.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
bid of three no-trump. What do
you do now?
Answer Monday

It's easy to form poor habits
about color. Since black is prac practical,
tical, practical, many of us tend to five in
it. And therby we rdb ourselves
and others o the pleasure of
vivid color.
Every wardrobe needs some

black, true. But
needs violet and

be impressive, serve coffee to

everybody waiting.
When the queue was a block
and a half long and we had pour-

! ed some 600 cups of java, he o-
pened the doors nd said, "Okay,
you can go in now."
This was our way of telling the
town about the piano player w
j thought was good enough or the
I big time George Shearing and
i after the first night we tripled
ihis salary. I have a felling it'l
j been tripled a few more timei
since then.

PICNIC TBAT

NEW YORK -(UPI ) Serve

potato salad with a creamy drest-

M V UIK 1UI yUUI I1CAI UU III!

wrooe combine 4 cups of cubed, cold
mue, green and kii.j

gold pale pink and beige. You i0l)i chopped, 2 tabelspoons Ol
dont even need to be daring chopped oarslley. 1 cup 61 c.mp c.mp-abou
abou c.mp-abou color to include it in yourped celery, and 1 teaspoon 0
wardrobe. tti
A good way to get started om stir in the dressing made by
switching from black to colors j combining 4 tablespoons of pre pre-is
is pre-is to pick out a dress that you pared mustard with 2 tablespoon!
like in black, then ask to see ft each at vinegar, sugar and evuo evuo-in
in evuo-in blue or green or beige. orated mild or light cream; and
You'll be surprised how others 1- 4 teaspoon of salt. Beai th
will notice the change. Arid dressing until fluffy before mil mil-you'll
you'll mil-you'll find that it's fun to switch ing with the potatoes. Garnish

from color to color. with sliced

Gas Lights Return
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI) -A
boom is gas lights is sweepinj
the Southwest.
That's the report of the ArKn ArKn-sas
sas ArKn-sas Louisiana Gas Co., a firm
which says it has sold more than
4,000 Tront yard gas nghti in re recent
cent recent months. And additional ga?
lamps are being Installed at the
rate 0' mere than 100 a day.
The lights add early American
decor to lawns and front yards.
They burn 'round the clock. At
night, their bright flame is clear clearly
ly clearly visible for hundreds of yards

BREAK PLANT GROUND
NEW YORK (UPI) National
cylinder gas division of Chemelron
Corp. announced it has broken
ground lor a $1,750,000 liquid oxy oxygen,
gen, oxygen, nitrogen and argon plant in
Los Angeles.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA.. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SARMIENTO" August 17
S.S. "FLAMENCO" August 2
TO t'NITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "KEINA DEI. MAR" (20,225 tons)
(Alr-Condltloned) Sept. U
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "COTOPAXI" August 1R
M.V. "SALINAS" September I
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD. HOLLAND v
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" August 12
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" . . Ancnst 2X
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. "DAIERDYK" August 15
S.S. "DONGEDYK" August 24
M,L SAILINGS siTBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICF
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal S-16545 Panama 3-1257g Balboa 2.1905
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IATTJRDA Y", AUGUST 1951
TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
page rm
VtrJp.-M V,..

M l ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES 1 1
1 1 1

Church ot Christ

Mil iw a .itlM O.lhn
nwun www.
tatuca Sunday Um n i'00 m
l.UU p.m.
CKuslUbAi. iviiexicaii L0O rtaii.
RIO aShJU; Hou No MM tt
bitnoav ate
unitarian
n
U a.m.
1VUU OiVU 41
MUMi riaaa,
cUltiOll
to uoaral
retfiaioo
,nJ Utfiui CHURCH
Drawn'' iiiOU.
fcduiunil 'l,M
Sunday scnooi
S&f
i.vsni vorw"P,
lv."t & 1M
blUuj I. .oiiu. ....
Ouuuua-i.. MOl.uaV
jUltii 011UI
Wu-iui Monaay
Sicn Month. .,
IflKSl BA1TIS1 OlLKCH
Balboa Heights, C Z
tWV Aiicoi, Boulevara
.irawei B Dalian, Height
Phone dalboa 1727
William a Beeby, Putei
lunday Sciicol 9:30 a m
itornina WorshiD 10;4am
Baptist Training Union 13 phi
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 p.m
W li b Bible Study I'Hura-
day ...
Men tfrotnerhnod tUasl
Mnndav In month' Mi o.m
flKSl BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue si SUi .vreet
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. Wendail C. Parker. Pastor
iuntiM Svoui
Moinii.k Worship
Baptist training Union
Svtnine Worship
BruliTei iiiiuo, Tuesday
Prayer Services Wednesdays
W M l) Isl & 3rd Pridays
G.A. R A A Sunbeams.
.; U
a .oe a m
6:30 p.m
7:45 D m
1:0(1 n m
7:00 pm
Prtdays
1:30 nm
llsM tvy mart
Salvation Army
Nii.-..minational s:vangelltlc
. Meetings)
PANAMA CITY
Major & Mrs. W. Bishop
IS February Street. Phone: 28 20051
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO. C.Z.
Envoy & Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Ray M. Blaaely Minister
GATUN
3:00 Sunday School
Church School, wnn Adult Bible
COLON CENTRAL
Sr Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
14lh 5,reet, Phone 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11 :00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen. Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1488 Church Office 2-3236
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
eervice Classes for all ages.
10-30 a-m. Worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nursery. Kinder
garten and Primary Depts Church
time Nurserv lor children under 3 vrs.
8:00 p.m Junior High Fellowship -Post
High Fellowship.
T:00 p.m Senior High Fellowship.
Telephone, 5-355
t:30 Salvation Meeting
Service of Worship. 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 8 '.45.
Margarita v- and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore E. rranklln Pastor
Phones Office V2.R42 Res 3-1 43
W.SH&. School Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
tl:00 a.m. Morning Worship
Nurrr foi Infant' and small chil
'p.m. Junior Fellowship.
:15 pm Youth Fellowship.
A corrnlete "liedule of auvlllary sr
Mvltles and official meetings as an announced
nounced announced from week to week.
Qsssnipa.
Rev. Walker M. Alder'.on. Pastor
or ; 6-rf7h lies -130
g-30 am Sundav prinoi
100 am Morninr 'Vorhl
Offlelsl meellnes and wees-rtay -ett
rill.s a announced

tlfFlim-'W

Churchci of tn many taithi in the

news desH in writing by Wednesday noon at the latest ol ally changes
tor the comma Saturday church page
. Ministers. Church secretaries and chaplains are asked to inlorm the
ft Panama and Colon. Republic at Panama, eatend a welcome at all
times to man and woman ot tho armed services, and ta civilian netae netae-bors.
bors. netae-bors. friends and atrangan.
As a public service. The Panama American lists below by denomi denomination!,
nation!, denomination!, notices at hours at worship and other reoulai activities.
Listings ara rotated horn time ta time Denominations having only
aha or two congregations ara listed undei "Othei Churches & Services
A special listing it included tar services at Army posts, Ail Force bases
and Naval stations.

Catholic
si MAKV'S CHUUUi Balboa
Sunday Masses- 7:00. :00. 10 00 and
l:U0 a.m
Hulv Day Mamas: S55 a -mi u.sa am
and 5:0U p.m
Confessions Saturday. s:su io .im
and 7:00 to t:00 pm Thursday before
First Fr'.day 7:00 to 8.00 p.m
Miraculous sjaaai mo vena- ram o.m
in Monday!
Catechism clam alter the 8:00 mam
on Sunday
High School Study uiud e:ju pro or
Wednesday
ACHED HEART Aneoa
Sunday Masses. 5 55, 7:30 & 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day mamas tM am and 5:00
p.m
Confessions. Saturday :W to 5:uu and
7:15 t" 8:00 p m Tbureday before rlrst
t'l-iilay i :0U pm.
Sacred Heart uevouona: i :w o m on
rridays
Catechism Class: 1:U to 4:45 cm on
Thursday
OUR LADV Or I ATIMA Curunda
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Bay Mass at 8 JO p.m
Confessions 8:0(1 to 8:48 p.m on Sat
urday
Catecnism uisss: naiuroay s:au w su
Jit
ST. JOSEPH-Paratso
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass at 8:00 p m
Weekday Masses: :00 a.m.
Confessions- Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
8:30' to 7:30
Catechism Claw: Sunday 3:00 to 4:90
p.m
Mn acinous Medal Noveha: 7:0U p.m
on Friday
Convert instructions: Thursday 1 :00
pm
ST. VINCENTS Panama City
Sunday Masses 8:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv rSav UansK ft :30 and 5:1)0 n m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m I
Confessions. Saturday 3:00 to 5.00 and
(:00 lo 8:00 pm Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross: Friday 7.10 p.m.
Catechism Clam: After 8:80 mass on
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Class 6-JO pm Tuesday and
ST THERESA'S I atoll
Sunday Mass 8 ;30 a m.
Holy Day Mass fi no a.m lit It falls
on Saturday -8:30 a m.
Catechism Class 3:30 te 5:00 om on
Monday
Confessions s:U to 8:30 a.m Sunday.
SI JOHN BAPTIST OE I.A SAl.l.t
Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses H 'Ml and a :3U a.m
Week Days Mass 6.30 Mon Thurn
Frl and Sat First Friday mass 8:00 a m
Holy Day Masse' 8:00 a.m to ;0t)
p.m
ItW"
o .it)! II.
Contessions. ;30 to 4:30 and liW to
s.OU p.m on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena Friday lW
p.m
Catechism Class. 3:3U pm on aunaay
SI l'HERESE'S L Hoc
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 cm
Sunday Mass. i .00 a m.
Holy Day Mass. 5 3U p.m
Confessions Saturday 6:30 to I 30 p m
Thursday before First Friday 30 P m.
Catechism Class 3:15 pm op sunoay
stiarrerl Heart Novena 7 :00 o m. on
Friday
t;onveri uiass n:au v
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses. .45. S OU and S:15 a m
Holy Oay Masses- 5:45 and 8:00 am
and 5.45 p m
Confessions Saturday w io a:uu auu
1:00 to 8:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena weanesuav
6.15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. friday i:ti pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 put.
Convert Class 7 15 Dm on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class Sunday 10:15 a m io
IU4d m 3.00 p m to 4:00 pm.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m Saturday morning
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
ot Fatima The Holy Rosary .:" am
First Communion Instructions for cni.
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:ot to
I 00 p m
MIRACULOUS MKUAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses 1 00 8 00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holv Day Masses 6.00 :00 a.m and
5:15 p.m
Confessions. Saturday s un io a:uu ano
7 :00 to 8 :00 p m Alter Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:1a ana
7:00 p m. or. Monday.
Catechism Class: After i:00 Mass on
Sunday
f irst f rlday Exposition all oay during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am
HOLY EAMILV CHURCH In
Margarita
Sunday Masses 7:30. 9:30.
First Saturday Mass Mass-Weekday
Weekday Mass-Weekday Masses
Sa.urday 7:00 pjn to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses 7 30 am
Confession i -45 n m to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction .
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group
very Friday
1st Friday Devotions .
1st. Saturdar Devotions .
1 1 a It
6:00 a m
8 :00 a m.
S:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
5:15 p ni
4 48 p m
7:00 p m
1:30 p m
7:00 pm
7:00 p m
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Masses- 8 30 am and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses. 6:00 am and 6:011
p m
Contessions 4 lki 10 5 00 ano f:X 10
8:00 11.111 Saturday
cstecntsm Class 10:45 am on Sunday
Convert Class- every Monday at 7:08
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena. 1:00 o.m
on Tuesday.
snored Heart r-'nvena: 1 :oo pm. on
frlday
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -Oatnn
sundav Mass 8:18 s.rh
Holy Day Mast: 8:00 om
Confession. I'M tn 7 on am on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Catechism Class 4 00 o m nr Monflav
OUR LAM OP GOOD COUMSEt
Gain boa
ftundi
gay Masses 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holv
1 Day Masses:
on a.m and 5 00
p.m
Confession Saturday at 1:00 p.m. and
after all evening devotion.
Baptisms by appointment
Mil 11c.1l,. us Medal Novena 7 '00 p.m
on Totaday
Sacrari Heart Novena 1 -on p m on
Friday
Sunday School: S0 pm on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class lor Chil
dren. 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Religious Instruction for adult iCon.
durteif In Spanish! I 7 .1)0 p m on Mon
Convert Inatruetlorw by appointment.

Canal Zone and the terminal cities

trpiscopdi
The Rt Rev K Metres Uoodan. S T D
lhe Vary Rev Main en i Peterson.
I S T B Dean
an.i its l a
THE CATHEDRAL Of ST LUKE
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7.30 a.m Holy Communion.
9:15 a .111 Church School (Holy Com
mumun 3rd Sunday 1
9:30 a.m Santa Communion. 3rd Sun Sunday
day Sunday Esvueui DomiiiHai v:le uu
11 40 a.m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:00 p.m. Evening Service,
WKUMESDaYS
o..io Holy Communion
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
0:00 art. Holy Communion.
30 a it. Holy Communion
(MUL1
8:15 am. Morning Prayei
17:00 Mi. -da Missionary Prayata,
COtOLJ
Church 01 St Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 1:30 am
Family Prayei and
Church School 9:30 a.m
tAlsti HOly Communion and
Morning Prayer 81 Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 a.m
COSOZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Print la Charge
FRIDAYS
' 8:l)(l a.m. Morning Prayer.
IH.C first t riday eain iwonui).
r.AMHDA
St. Simon's Chinch
The Rev. John Spear Prlesi in, Charge
Choral Eucharist ana Ser-
SUisDaYS :v.,t:
man .. ..:.;,..... 7:00 a m
Church School 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensnns and Sermon' 7:00 P.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 9:00 m
Evening Prayer .. ..... ... 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS & 'THURSDAYS
Holy Comniunton ......... nm a m
Morning Prayer 9:00 am
Evenimi Prayer ....... v. .7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS
family Eucharist ..,.,... 8:30 am
Office of Complin ..?.,r, i pj
t;j Liw 4,8 8OC8
St Peler's Church
The Rev. John Spear Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School ;. .. 9:00 a m
mon 111:30 a.m
Confirmation Class 9:30 a m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address 1 :ao o m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
IHURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 a m
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L. B Shirley. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 a rn Holy Communion
MARGARITA
riiim-h of 81 Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew: Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
9:45 a m Morning Prayer and
Church School
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS am HOLY DAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
The Rev Allan R. Wentt.
Priest in Charge
The Rev David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUN DA fl
8:00 S..11 Choral Eucharist Sermon
9:30 a.m infant Baptism.
3,00 1. Church School
llleic i BulldliiL 131
5:00 u.m Youth Fellowship
.I'll tu Evetisong and Address
2nd and 4th, WEDNESDAYS
1.80 o in Woman s Auxiliary and Al Alia'
ia' Alia' GAW Meeting
PANAMA CITI
St Paul's Chinch
I'he v. 11 Lemuel B Shirley, Rectos
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
Si. ml.
6.00
a.m
Holy Comm.inlon
9 01. :,o
10:45 .11
Scnooi
lit:00 iim'
7-00 .m
Sung Eucharist 81 Sermon
Wornlnt Travel and Churcr
Holy Baptism
Solemn vespers
TUESDAYS
8 30 -ii Holy Communion
7 :30 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 4 n- Holy Commutilori
7:00 p m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 n. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
8 00 a m Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon, R P
(Opposite Hoil Washington 1
The Rev James Peter Farmer, Kectot
The gte-v Henry A Blak. Assistant
SUNDAY
6.00 a.m Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m Morning Prayer.
9:0( am Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m Church School
7:30 p m. Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, 8:00 a m Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m Morning Prayer.
1:00 p.m Evening Pray at.
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7.00 .m Morning Prayer.
T:S0 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
1 FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a m. Children's Eucharist.
8:00 p.m Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY
,1:00 a in Holy Communion
7:00 am Morning Prayer
3:00 pm. Evening Prayer
1-30 n in Compline and Meditation
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher's Church
mih street, Parque Lefevre
The ea. Clarence w. Hayea,

Pries) In Charge
Clarence A Cragwelt.

The Re
Assistant
Holy Communion.
Sung Eucharist and Sv mon
Morning Prayer and Church
School
Holy Baptism
Evensong and rennon
SUNDAYS
6:00 a m
7 -JO a m
10:30 t.m
u w noon
8:30 p.m
MONDAYS
7:30 o.m 1st and 3rd. fVomana Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
6:30pm Junior Daughters ot the
King.
I du p.m Youth Fellowship
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 am Holy Communion.
7 00 p m Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions
THURSDAYS
6:00 pm Girls Friendly Society.
8:00 o.m 1st and 3rd. Slnsletnn
SATURDAYS
9:30 a.m Junior Confirmation Clam.
Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZAKENE
448 Frangipani St. A neon C.Z.
Rev Rimer O Nelson. Pastor
Box 29? Balboa, C.Z. Tel 2 2602
Sunday School tp:45 a.m
Worship Se.-vlce 10 :45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service Wed. ... 7:30 p ni
METHODIST
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Wesley.
10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
" 7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralso
10 a.m. Paralso Sunday School
" 7:15 p.m. Paralso Evangelical
Service.
CHURCH OF THE MAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hvsong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: 3-1583
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P 23rd Street East
Rev a. N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 o.m
Sunday Masse T. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. R.P.
Sunday School
3:00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4.00 pm Win Memorial
306 Balbv Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a m
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 9 00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary, Thursday 4 .00 p m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School: Sundav 9:30 a m-
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am.
CURIINDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Chureh"
Milton K Letdlg, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 9:30 a. m
(A class for every age)
Morning. Worship 11 :00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 0:00 p.m
Eevenlng Wnrshlri 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed 1 7:00 p.m
A church nursey In provided,
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Arrhaniel
T.;aWJl 2l No t
Holv Eucharist Sunday a: 1:30 a.m
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday
1:30 a.m
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser
vice 1 First Sunday of each month a'
7:30 o.m
Mount HaUbel. Christian Church
Panama R P
HI ttev T anes D D Hlahop
officiating
Morning devotion 6:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
THE CHRIST ADELPHIANS
fanama District
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School 9 a.m
Morning Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m
Divine Service 7:30 pm
Visitors are welcome at all services
and classes.
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanizaclbn El Carmen. Panama City
Informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays. '. ... 8-00 pm
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 7:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart Pastor
Sunday 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 pm Sunday School.
7:15 p.m Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 8,00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oacuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev, William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:3(1 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St., Collin
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Ilines Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 n m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday Night Service .. 7 30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica Ik Trinidad Sts.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Servire . 7 30 p in
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near DlaMo school 1
Rev. Carl V Thompson. Minister
Box 39 Diablo Heights C.Z
Phones: Home, Gamhoa 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday Schooi 10:00 a m
Worship Servire 1 1 -00 a.m
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 om
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service 130 pm
Lutheran
RFEDEMF.R LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Read at Wight Street
Rev Robert F Guaairk. Pastoi
P O Box 688 Balbcia
Sunday School, Dime class 11:00 a.m
Divine Service 10:15 a m
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
month.
Atlantic Side
Former chapel of our Saviour's Epls
copal chapel 3rd St. and Melendea Ave
New Cristobal.
Mr. Eugene II. Dennrr, Vicar
Sunday School. Bible Class 9:00 a.m
Divine Service 10:15 a.m
Holy Communion, last Bunday of the
nvintn.

Jewish

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ouca Ocai Balboa C.Z Ri bbi Nathan
Witlui, Duector
ServiC" Friday 1:30 o.m Saturday
31 DC
See a-so lutings 01 Jewish servicer
jrier ns Bases and Station)
couaieiiiiuon Kol Shearith israei Ave
nun C.rtra and 38th Street. Bella Vista
Pnam City Sec; ices 8:00 nm
Christian Scientist
CHIUS'l'lAA aClCjULa cUljKLUEb
irst Church. ol Christ, scientist Ancor
M0 Ancor Boulevard
.Sunday U.00. Wacllieadas :0( om
Sundav School 0:30 ajn
irst cburcn ol Chrui, scientist, Cristobal
13th Street h Bollvai Highway
Sui ion Scnooi D:jr am
Sunday 1140 a.m Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOU
Sunday School 9:0C
Morning Worsnip lout)
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
126) 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service 7 :30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10.30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hato 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:181
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
9:311
9:31)
Morning Worsnip
Youth Fellowship
9:30 A 10:45
6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship li;oo
Holy Communion First Supday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 6:00
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass 6:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 8:39
Confessions, Saturday .. 6:30 & 7 :30
Sunday 8:00 tt 8.25
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A :0u
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 A 8:00
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass 6:15
Saturday Masses 9;00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions Saturday . 6:00 & 7:30
COROZAL
Sunday Mass
10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 8:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:00
SBMJh Mk 7:011

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Confessions-Saturday
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7:ou
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass 9:30
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday 2,.flfl
USO-JWB, Balboa
Friday 7;3j
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4:no
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday 5;3u
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:311
Prayer Fellowship Bldg 253V-
luesday ... 7;iK)
KYBB Wednesday-Post hapel 6:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:30
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday 6:3U
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
7 :00
9 :30
6:00
8.4.,
FORT GULICK
Dally Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses
Confessions. Saturday
7 :00
7:00
10:15
7:00
7:45 A
. 8:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Mass 8:30
Sunday Mass 9:0(1
:oco soi, no
Sunday Mass 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday 7:15
Greek Urthodoa
Greek Orthodox services are conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anunciation,
Via Bell.'-.ano Porras. San Francisco de
la Calela. Panama City, R.P,, and at
Hie Church of St Anthony, Avenidn
Melendez. Colon, R.P., on .alternate Sun
days at 9:30. For further information
call the Offic of the Army Chaplain
82-3119.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churches
a? follows:
SATUKDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study
7:30 p.m.
and Prayer
Service
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W rl Waller Tel 28-3-3508
Cabo Verde, Ave J F de la Osaa
No 17 Chorrlllo Mth No 27 Puv
bio Nuevo 2 A Si between 3rd and 4th
Sts. Rio Abajo 11th No. 27 Gamboa
and Frlloles.
Pastor O. D Williams Tel. 8880
Pastor A. A Gilzle Tel. 6 102
Spanish Churches Pacific Hide Panama
. Pastor Norberto ijimu
Panama. Calle Oarlen No 3
Pedreaa) A Nuevo Ouarare.
Atlantic Side
A Jeffries Tel.
Pastor
O.
.18 826L
Colon
Crlntobal Engllsh-18th 81 Bolivar Ave.
Crlatobal Spanish- ISIh Si Bolivar Ave.
Central Office:
0844 Gavllan Road-Tel. 3-1851 at 11531

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QUARTERMASTER AWARD WINNERS Hernan E. Peiia, left, an employe of the U.S. Army
Caribbean Quartermaster Office who makes his home at 22 Peru Avenue, Panama City, explains hit
award winning suggestion to Lt. Col. Russell W. He chinger, chief of the Quartermaster supply division.

Three other supply division employes who received award certificates for adopted ideas are, left ttfj

right, Marie Heres, Calle K. El Cangrejo; itlagdaiena Lee Bourdett,
Norman Thompson, 103 J, Paralso.

Hoffas Brother Questioned
On Burning Ot Dry Cleaners

FLINT, MICH. UPD Teamster throughout his committee apppar apppar-President
President apppar-President James Hoffa's brother anee. Frank had refused lo lesti-

was aucttioncd todav in Hk in-
vestigation of an arson jod mat
back ired and cost Frank Kierdorf
his life.
State Atty. Gen. Paul Adams
said William Hoffa, a business a
gent lor the union, was among
lhe manv teamsters officers and
Kierdorf associales being question
ed about the deliberate uurninn
of a dry cleaning esiaDiisnh.em
here late Sunday.
The vice president of Detroit
Teamsters Local 299 home local
of James Mof a is being sought
for. questioning.
Kierdorf, 56. an ex convict ousi-
ness agent ior leaiiiaitia
332 here, staggered into I'oi.'.ac
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital about
1 a.m., Monday with burns cov covering
ering covering 85 per cent of his body. He
Adams said William Hoffa and
ves.ertiav
the other top teamsters were be being
ing being questioned about the ill fated
arson iob and also about the dis-
,,. I.io Mnmlav
onday oi jviui-
j -..
Hnrfs uncle. Herman Merdori, 01,
a former business agent for the
union.
Herman, like Frank an ex-con-vict
resigned a iob with theieam theieam-sters
sters theieam-sters before he went to Washing
ton last week to appear beiOre
the Senate Rackets Committee. He
invoked the Fifth Amendment
Cut On Records
By WILLIAM F. LAFFLER
NEW YORK (UPI) -Music
OF THE Big Top has been the sub subject
ject subject of several interesting phono phonograph
graph phonograph records but Decca s Cir Circus
cus Circus in Town" seems to be the
best of the lot
Instead of just presenting favor,
ite marches, Decca takes the listen
er through the excitement of the
circus Irom beginning to end stage
for each event in eloquent voice.
Merle Evans, who directed the
band tor Barnum and Bailey and
Ringling Brothers for almost 40
years, swings the baton and with
the magic of hi-fi brings sawdust
into the living room.
The circus as we know it may
be gone with the folding of the big
top, but this record preserves the
atmosphere of the "Greatest Show
on Earth."
"Songs Children Sing in Italy
Hudson) is another noteworthy
LP Bob and Louise de Cormier
have selected 14 delightful little
Italian songs and recorded them
in English. While these are pri primarily
marily primarily for children, they will ap-.
peal to anyone who lrkes genuine
folk music. t-
Martin Denny, who is making
a splash with the .hi.fi bugs with
his exotic sounds, produces a num.
ber of odd special effects in his
Latest Library LP. Arrangements
are excellent. Among the numbers
are "Bali Hai" and "March of the
Siamese Children". Other outstand outstanding
ing outstanding LP's:
"American Military Marches
by the Banda Taurina (AudioFidel-
ity). Fine concert 0: me maruai
music America loves. "Stars and
Stripes Forever" is magnificently
reproduced.
"Don't Take Your Love From
Me" by Bobby Hackett (Capital).
Hackett's trumpet embroiders the
design for a selection of mood
tunes.
"Swinging Down Broadway" by
Jo Stafofrd (Columbia). Miss Staf Stafford
ford Stafford has long been a favorite and
probably will continue to be. She
shows her versatility by handling
fast and slow with equal fervor.
COMPLETES OPIRATTA
LONDON (UBI) -Radio Mos Moscow
cow Moscow reported yesterday that Dim1
tri Shostakovich, world famous
composer, had completed an oper
etta, "Moscow Cheremuski," in
his first attempt at this type of
light music.
The operetta is lo be staged by
the Moacow musical Comedy
Theater shortly. The announce announcement
ment announcement said Cheremuski was an
area in southwest Moscow which
formerly was an artists' center
and now is "being redeveloped as
a major housing area."

ly beiore the committee last No

vein her.
Police have pulled together con
clusive evidence that Frank was
turned into a human torch when
he was trapped in his own holo holocaust
caust holocaust at Latreille's Cleaners.
(ienesse County Prosecutor o'er o'er-ry
ry o'er-ry O'Rouke said bits of Kierdori's
flesh have been found at the clear
ners and in eight places at his
home.
Adams said he was ready to
charge the Kierdorfs and a third
person, not yet identified, with the
arson job.
Herman vanished after Frank
had blamed his savage burns on
two unidentified assailants wiio
'took me for a ride
The uncle sold a car registered
to Local 299 at a used car lot for
H.W "ate Monday.
He is being sought on a war
rant charging p session of a si
lencer lor a gun. Many of the
teamsters being questioned are
suspected o' aiding and abciting
in the disappearance of Herman.
WELCOME
There's a cordial wel welcome
come welcome awaiting you in this
church. You'll enjoy the
services they'll give
you spiritual strength.
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8:20

& 10:40 Morning Worshi)

"THE MYSTERY OF CHRIST"
While a mvsterv to the human irrtnd. the treat need
of man todav is to know the power of Christ in the
human heart.
9:30: SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
A strong: adult department is provided for vou to
enjoy Bible study with your children. Sunday School
is a family affair.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
In industry there are fewer and fewer untrained
workers. The church has lagged with its h?st of un untrained
trained untrained members ioin us in church training.
7:30 "ECHOES OF CAMP TAB0GA"
Canmers will be provided part of the service in ft de demonstration
monstration demonstration of camp life.
"THE EVERLASTING GOSPEI
YOUTH WORK RADIO MISSION iYIOGRAM
EVERYONE WELCOME COMPLETE NURSERIES

gjp-TgR IN CHRISTv

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
Come to the S.S. where vou can receive the Word of God.
On our day we need to know what God has to say to our
age. Come with vour Bible and a friend.
1 1 :00 "THE GOLDEN LAMP AND ITS LIGHT"
Your life was made to be lined for Christ. "There Is a
way that seemeth rlcht unto man but the end Is destruc destruction'.
tion'. destruction'. Christ is vour life and life Is Christ.
6:00 JET CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
Seeking to reach vouth for Christ. Come.
7:00 "HOLY SPIRIT AND WITNESSING"
No. 14 in a series on the Holv Spirit. Why do we fall to
win people for Christ? What make our witness weak? A
message to help everv Christian to be a soul w.'rmer.
NIRSPRV MISSIONARY FRIENDLY

29 Altamira, Sabanas Road, and
(U.S. Army Photo)

URCHE5
ST. MARGARET'S
Margarita
The Rev. Dr. John H. Townsentf,
executive secretary of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church in this diocese, will will-officiate
officiate will-officiate at the 9 o'clock service
Sundat at St. Margaret's Church,
Margarita.
Bishop Gooden is returning from
the Lambeth Conference at London
next week and will then announce
future plans for lhe Margarita
church.
JUDGE VISITS RUSSIA
MOSCOW (UPI) -Judge Sam Samuel
uel Samuel S. Leibowitz of Kings County
'Brooklyn) Court was received by
Soviet Procurator General Roman
Rudenko yesterday for a three-
j hour interview on administration
01 criminal justice in me soviet
Union.
Leibowitz said he was highly
pleased with Rudenko's cordiality,
frankness, and readiness to an answer
swer answer questions. The.jti4gt5! is oA a
two-week visit here '.studying thd
Soviet judicial system.
BAPTIST
CHURCH
(JUST ACROSS FROM BALBOA R.R. 5TATIOJ,
I
William H. Beeby, Patter
Elton F Vlckers, Ass't Pastor .
RADIO OUTLET HOXO, T60 KC
We Preach Christ
Crucified Risen Comint Again
Listen to "Manna In The Morning''
Daily 8:00 a.m. HOXO

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A HAVEN
OF STRENGTH
When you hide your life behind the
cross of Christ, His power Alls your
soul, gives you strength to meet
your daily problems.

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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (UPI) Detroit may be
switching to small cars but the Yankees are sticking
to their same old model Ford to get them to the
.World Series.
Whitey Ford doesn't have white in the third inning by which time
I falls or power steering He does, they had jumped to a 6-run icad
owever have seven shutouts and ana wrapped up the ball game.
14 victories and if vou think the Don Ferrarese relieved starter
Yanks would gi"" him UP in a Jira Grant ln fourth lnmne and
trade in, you simply don't know held the A's to two hits the rest
your market, mister. j f the way for his first win of the
year.
fWd's seventh shutout was a Frank Lary of Detroit notched
Sisree-hits 2-0 victory over the lied his Hth victory although Chicago
te last night. It put him one a-! nicked him for 14 hits, including
fray from the club record of eight a home run by Jim Rivera. Errors

shutouts set bv Kuss f ord in law
and six away from the American
League record of 13 in a single
season set by the late Jack Combs.
Just in nassin? it also Dut the
runaway Yankees 16Mt games
ahead of the field. Ford got the
only run he needed in the first
inning when Hank Bauer singled
off Ike Delock and came around
t) Tony Kubek's double.

' , .. single that produced the winning
, T Se"?.tKrS(han.dfdfhe(0r,n"irun. Solly Hemus also had three
les their nth straight defeat, 4-2; lnciuding homer. Reliever

Cleveland crushed Kansas City, 10.
4, and Detroit topped Chicago, 6 2.
In the National League, Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia edged Milwaukee, 7-6,
but the Braves retained their seven-game
lead when Los Ange
les defeated San Francisco, 6.3.
Pittsburgh blanked Cincinnati,
1-0, and the Cardinals won their
fifth straight by beating the Cubs
6-3.
Russ Kemmerer posted his sixth
victory for Washington although
Dick Hyde relieved him in the
eighth after Gus Triandos belted
his 21st homer for Baltimore. The
Senators scored their first three
runs off Skinny Brown, who was
kayoed in the fourth inning.
Rass Nixon and Billy Hunter
each drove in three runs in Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's victory over Kansas City.
The Indians routed Ned Garver
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gave the Tigers their first run in
the opening Irame and they added
three more in the third on two
walks and three singles. Early
Wynn was tagged with his 12th
j defeat
Bob Bowman was pretty much
the whole show in the Phillies'
victory over the Braves. He drove
in four runs with three hits, in
cluding a homer and a ninth-inning
Dick Farrell g lined his seventh
j victory while Don McMahon, the
Braves' bullpen ace, suffered his
second loss againt six wins.
Carl Furillo wrecked the
j Giants by driving in five runs
! with a three. run homer, a single
I and a sacrfice fly. Don Drysdale
was credited with his sixth vic vic-;
; vic-; tory although Johnny Klippstein
i had to bail him out in the ninth
when he Giants put two men
on with two out. The Dodgers
scored their first five runs off
loser Ruben Gomez, who worked
six innings.
Rookie Geora Witt of the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates not only pitched a three-hit
shutout and struck out 10 Redleg
batters, but also scored the only
run of the game. Witt singled oil
Joe Nuxhall in the sixth, advanc advanced
ed advanced on a sacrfice and came home
on Roberto Clemente's single.
A grand.slam homer by Del En En-nis
nis En-nis and the six.hit pitching of
Wilmer Mizell helped the Cards
turn back the Cubs. Loser Dick
Drott nursed a 1-0 lead until the
sixth when St. Louis rallied for
five runs. Ennis' homer highlight highlighted
ed highlighted the frame and Curt Flood also
connected for the Cardinals in the
seventh.
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OPKRATION
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Costly Errors
Cause 8-6 Loss
For CZ Teeners

The Canal Zone Teeners were
de.eated last night, 8-6, for the
first time since they began their
exhibition games in the states Ju
ly 28, when they tied the Urst
game 1-1 and then proceedea
through towns of New Jersey ;nd
Pennsylvania, chalking up nine
consecutive victories.
Their loss came at the hands
the All-Stars of Mifflintown, Pa.,
under tne lights. Bobby Fortune
was the pitcher, giving up nine
hits, walking four, and striking
out seven. Panama had four costly
errors. Fortune ran into serious
trouble in the sixth inning and
was relieved by Curty SwarzrocK
who failed to get him out. Meiser
was on the mound for Miffuntown,
allowing just six hits, but he struck
out eight and walked nine. The
home team had two miscues.
The Canal Zone team scored
iive runs in the second inning to
begin the action. Mifflintown Came
back with three runs in the third
Panama added another run in the
fourth but Mifflintown retaliated
with five runs in the sixth. First
baseman, Gary Ness was the hea heavy
vy heavy hitter for the Canal Zone, blast blasting
ing blasting a double and a triple with
men on. Today the boys play their
last and 12th exhibition game in
two weeks when they meet a teim
in Huntingdon, Pa. at 5:30 p.m.
Then tomorrow they will 'arrive in
Hershey and will take a day of
rest before beginning the National
Tournament.
Panama
Player
Rathgeber, cf
Wilder, 2b
Amarati, ss
Bateman, rf
Ness, lb
Cotton, c
Batchelder, If
Klipper, 3b
Fortune, p
Swarzrock, p
AB
3
2
1
3
4
2
2
1
o
0
Mifflintown
Horitz, 2b
Peck, ss
Seiber, rf
Zimmerman,
Ford, 3b
Sausser, lb
Rhine, cf
Ezman, c
Meiser, p
J
2
1
3
4
4
3
3
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 250 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
GAB RH Pel.
Ashburn, Phi. 102 408 66 141 .346
Musial, St. L. 101 355 51 123 .346
Mays, S. F. 106 422 76 143 .339
Skinner, Pit. 101 375 67 112 .323
Dark, Chi. 91 366 41 117 .320
Aaron, Mil. 104 412 78 130 316
Cepeda, S. F. 105 426 64 133 .312
Walls, Chi. 108 431 68 132 .306
Banks, Chi. 109 436 84 133 .305
Snider, L. A. 80 250 31 75 .300
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. 99 379 69 127 .335
Kuenn, Det.
94 369 52 121 .328
.71 270 30 88 .326
96 363 70 117 .322
99 396 68 127 .321
101 366 52 115 .314
99 312 66 97 .311
90 309 38 96 .311
107 429 60 133 .310
88 297 51 92 .310
Goodman, Chi.
Cerv, K. C.
Power, Clev.
Kaline, Det.
Williams, Bos.
Ward, K. C.
Fox, Chi.
Siebern, N.Y.
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Covington, Braves
31
2H
25
23
21
21
21
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senatros
Mantle, Yankees
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
31
31
30
29
23
23
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Aaron, Braves
90
82
72
69
65
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
9fi
80
77
68
SIGN FOR GARDEN BOUT
NEW YORK (UPI) French
lightweight champion Lahouari
Godih of Paris and Don Jordan of
Los Angeles have been matched
for a Madison Square Garden 10 10-round
round 10-round main eventer on Aug. 29.
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THE GIRL HE
LEFT BEHIND
with Tab Hunter
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with James Dean

Panama
Playoffs

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COOL CUSTOMER Cutting a path through the wake of
his towboat, Simon Khoury rides one ski on the water at
Cypress Gardens, Fla. The young man from Beirut, Lebanon,
holds world, Ail-American and European titles in the slalom.

Britain's Curtis Cup Team
Takes 2-1 Lead Over U.S.
In 1st Day Of Competition

NEWTON, Mass. (UPI) Brit
ain's Curtis Cup team, playin;
steady it unimspirea goit, tool; a
2-1 edge in the first day of the
biennial international competition
Friday, capturing two of the
three 36-hole alternate ball four
some matches at iBrae Burn Coun
try Club. '
Rocky Nelson
Ties Toronto
Homer Record
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 (UPI)
Rocky Nelson, a big bust in the
major league, has tied the all all-time
time all-time single season home run rec record
ord record by a Toronto player in the
International League.
The 33-yeari.old first-baseman
smacked his 34th circuit last
night while leading the second second-place
place second-place Maple Leafs to a 5-1 deci decision
sion decision over Miami. The blow, which
equalled the record set back in
1922 by Red Wingo, was hit off
Tommy Gray. Nelson is still a
long way behind the league rec record
ord record for homers set by Baltimore's
Joe Hauser with 63 in 1930.
Toronto, by winning, remain remained
ed remained three games behind the
league leading Montreal Royals.
In other action last night, Re Rene
ne Rene Valdes pitched the Royals to
a 4-2 victory over Havana;
Rochester swept a doubleheader
from Richmond, 9-7 and 5-3;
and Buffalo defeated Columbus,
6 -4, in the second game of a
twinbill after the Jets had taken
the opener, 7-5.
The llnescores:
(First Game, 7 Innings)
Columbus 320 101 07 11 0
Buffalo 000 002 3 5 6 1
Daniels, Douglas (7) and
Rand; Johnson, Newkirk (2),
Nagy (7) and Holton. WP Dan Daniels.
iels. Daniels. LP Johnson. HRS. Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, Phillips.
, (Second Game)
Columbus 000 000 0404 8 0
Buffalo 100 004 10X 6 8 2
Pepper, Arroyo (6), Swanson
(8) and Onuska; Hahn, Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez (a) and Noble. WP Hahn.
LP Pepper. HR Balcena.
Havana 011000 0002 8 3
Montreal 002 001 10x 4 9 2
Hay den, R. Sanchez (6) and
Izqulerdo, A. Alvarez (8) ; Valdes
and Teed. LP Hayden.
Miami 000 010 0001 8 3
Toronto 030 020 00x 5 7 0
Gray, McCall (6) and Bucha;
Blake and Thompson. LP Gray
HRS Mlcelotta, Nelson, Morton
(First Game, 7 Innings)
Richmond 30100127 17 1
Rochester 201fl00x 9 11 0
McMahan, James (4), W.
Browning (6) and Oldls; Grea-
son and Katt. LP MCManan.
HRS Thomas, Verdi.
(Second Game)
Richmond 000 000 03(K-3 6 3
Rochester 000 000 41x 5 5 2
Chakales, Post (8) and Com Command;
mand; Command; Blaylock, Wright (8) and
Watllngton. WP Blaylock. LP LP-Chakales.
Chakales. LP-Chakales. HRS Burgess, John
son,

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Continue
Long-hitting Mrs. Angela Ward
Bonalack and Miss Elizabeth
Price combined to defeat blonde
Barbar Romack of Sacramento,
Calif., and Polly Riley of Fort
Worth, Texas, the only two cup
veterans on the U. S. team, 2
and 1.
Janette Robertson of Scotland
and Mrs. Francis (Bunty) Smith
oi Bootie, England, downed U. S.
women's amateur champion Jo
anne Gunderson of Seattle, and
Anne Quast of Marysville, Wash.,
d ana i alter finishing the morning
round with a five-hole advantage.
Sole bright spot of the U S.
team was the brilliant showing of
poker-faced Barbara Mclntire of
Lake Park, Fla., and former
school teacher Mrs. Ann John Johnstone
stone Johnstone of Mason City, Iowa. They
posted six birdies while trouncine
Bridget Jackson of Birmingham,
r.ngiana, ana current British
champion Mrs. Jesse Valentine of
ferth, Scotland, 6 and 5.
Saturday's competition will con consist
sist consist of six singles matches, each
win worth one point. The British
isies team, which has won only
iwu ui me nine previous cham championships,
pionships, championships, is defending titlist, hav
ing won in Sandwich, England,
two years ago.
Correction
Panama Canal pilot Frank
McGilberry yesterday shot a
hole-in-one at the 168-yard
17th hole at the Brazos Brook
Country Club.
Playing in a foursome with
Capt. Johnny Meehan, Clifford
Maduro and Gil Morland, the
"bold" captain 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, Maduro, were all
even with their opponents at the
17th tee.
Lottery players take note: It
was the 17th hole, on Aug. 7; Mc McGilberry
Gilberry McGilberry Is 47, Is five feet, seven
inches tall and wears a size 7
shoe. His waist measurement re remains
mains remains a secret as his charming
golf widow has promised that he
will be allowed to join the growp
who are proceeding from Bra
zos to Greenbrier, White Sul
phur Springs, W. Va., in Sep September,
tember, September, for a golfing holiday
provided he reduces his ample
girth.
By the way, It cost Mac $7 ln
drinks.
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 10 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
VY L Pet.
Grissom, Giants
Semproch, Phils
7
13
IS
8
.700
.684
.682
.667
.650
Spahn, Braves
Mccormick, Mams
Purkey, Redtegs
13 7
AMERICAN LEAGUI
Turley, Yankees 17 4
810
Dittnar, Yankees 8 2
800
Delock, Red Sox 10 3
Hyde, Senatori 9 3
Ford, Yankees u I
750
.737

SLRIES STANDINGS
Teams W L
Cerveza Balboa .... I 0
Nacional ........10
Kent j .. .. & 1
Marlboro ..-. o 1
Pet.
1.000
1.000
.000
.000
Tonight's Games
Kent vs Marlboro (8:00 p.m.)
Nacional vs Cerveza Balboa
(9:30 pjn.)
Wednesday Night's Results
Cerveza Balboa 99, Kent 77
Nacional 93, Marlboro 87
By VICTOR GRAY
Another overflow crowd is ex
pected to be on hand for the sec second
ond second doubleheader of the BP cage
loop playoff series tonight at the
National Gym.
Last Wednesday Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa defeated Kent in a one-sided
09 to 77 contest arw Nacional,
with their giants controlling both
backboards and converting re
bounds into valuable scores, de
feated a game Marlboro club 93
to 87 in a hard fought contest.
Kent and Marlboro the two
losers, will take the floor against
each other in trie opening game
nf tointrht's twin-bill. Both teams
depend largely on servicemen for
their attacking puncn, tne v er er-domo
domo er-domo -coached Kent .on little
Robbv Christooher. the third
highest scorer in the lotip. while
the Marlboro's big man is Al Al-brook's
brook's Al-brook's classy jump shot artist
and showman. Emmett Bryant.
Rrvant, conned the individual
scoring crown for the season
with a scorchine 56-Doint per
formance last Saturday against
harness Carta Vieia.
The ntgnt-can win wing to together
gether together Ceiweza Balboa and Na Nacional
cional Nacional in a battle of charhoions.
Cerveza Palboa will again display
their blistering five-man attarx
with theirVbte c"t,er Dario de
Leon, HHpardo White, second
highest scorer in league nlav,
Ernesto Davie, leading candidate
for rookie of the year honors;
Miguelito Marsh, who so neatly
plugged the hole left by Frank
Holness departure. the reju-
ted nfcrtt-am Blaine, now
rj'ayihg. the best basketball Of
his ion eweer. -The
Beermett; also have
wealth of capable reserve"
ouezada Amadee, Rusty. Sola
no Ethevarria id Roberto Pa-
T.,inonrio-coached WarctorflK
copnlng win No. 1 Jn Wednesday
nifht's classic, used their height
to advance. Tallest man on wkj
squad is 6 4" Arturo Agard, fol followed
lowed followed bv Ramon Reyes and
Player-coach Luzcamio tipomg
the beams at 6' 3". Luis Parf aith
and Juan Montalvo are next at
6- 2" each, while "old reliable"
Alfonso Frazer and Luis Ardmes
stand ah even 6'.
Although not so strong in re reserves
serves reserves as the Beer team. Coach
Luzcando can call on Malcolm
Sandiford, a rugged youngster
who when rleht plays with the
best. Adolfo Tinker now to i Ms
third year of topnutch basket basketball;
ball; basketball; "Cabeza" Layne and fresh freshman
man freshman Milton. James.
BeiwaMiMertor
Asked To Annear
At Sept. 17 Hearing
CHICAGO (UPI) Chairman
Frank Gilmer of the Illinois Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Commission said today Tony
Vone, co manager of heavy.
weight Wayne fletnea, nas
asked to appear at a hearing
SeDt. 17 to explain ms cnarges
. . i a r' ,. T i,.inn
that Miners ios iu oouuy wvy
9v nicht was dishonest.
Bethea lost by a technical
knockout at 1:09 o. the first rouna
when referee Berni Wissman
stopped the bout. Vone told Weiss Weiss-man
man Weiss-man in the ring that the outcome
was "in the bag."
Later he repeated the remarks
and expanded on them to news news-paprmen.
paprmen. news-paprmen.
Yone. in New York, denied he
had said tht fight was "in the
bag" and said he had said "Liston
bagged him early hurt Bethea
early."
Vone also announced he was
retiring Bethea because seven
teeth were knocked out in the
fight. "He's slowed up and gets
hit too much," he said. "I'm re retiring
tiring retiring him before he gets hurt.'
Sports Briefs
EQUALS TRACK RECORD
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
(UPI) Sanford Stud Farm's
Dartmoor equalled a track record
for the distance of about a mile
and five-eighths Thursday when
h won the $7,500 Promise Stakes
hurdles at Saratoga. Dartmoor
covered the course In 3:07.
LEASES THOROUGH BR ED
DUBLIN, Ireland (UPD-John
McShain of Philadelphia has
leased his four-vetr old thorough.
bred, Ballymoss, to the British
National Stud for a year. Bally.
moss' European victories include
the St. Leger, King George and
Queen Elizabeth sUkes.

if td,t0r: CONKADO SAKUEANT

NATIONALLEAGUE
w L Pet.
GB
Milwaukee
el 44 JM
55 5JJ14
53 52 .505 8
50 52 .490 Wi
51 54 .484 l(T
52 57 .mn
50 55 .474 11
50 56 .472 im
San Francises
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Chicago
Cincinnati
LOS Angeles
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Philadelphia N) ;
St. Louis at Chicago
San Francisco at Los Angeles
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, i
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 000 005 1006 7 1
Chicago 100 000 020 3 6 1
Mizell (8-8) and Green.
Drott (4-9), Elston, Anderson
and Neeman.
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 003 002 0016 14 0
Philadelphia 002 003 0027 14 l
Pizarro, McMahon
Crandall.
(6 2) and
SemprOch, Meyer, Farrell
and Hegan.
U-5)
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 S (
Pittsburgh OOO 001 OOx 1 6 J
Nuxhall (8-8), Jeffcoat and Eur
gess.
Witt (5-2)
Kravitz.
and .Files, Hall,
(Night Game)
San Francisco 3
Los Angeles 6

Clayton Defeats Navy

To Move One-Half Game

Behind Leading Albrook

PAAF League Standings
A. of August 8)
Teams
Albrook AFB
Fort Clayton
VY L Pet
2 0 1.000
2 ,1 .667
1 (l .500
Fort Amador
Navy
1 2 .333
Army Atlantic
0 2 .000
The Fort Clayton Cavaliers, de
fending PAAF basketball cham
pions, defeated Navy Thursday
night (August 7) at Reeder Gym
nasium 89-74. The win gives Clay
ton undisputed possession of se
cona place, ust one-half game
oenind tne Albrook Air Force (Base
Flyers.
With the came all tied up at
the end of three quarters of play.
st-5b, uapton employed a fast
break that enabled them to pull
away trom a tiring Navy quintet.
Leading the way in the last canto
for the red-shirted Cavaliers was
guard Darnell Sandford, who
dumped in 10 points.
Three Clayton men scored 20
points or better in mustering their
second win of the season. Dick
Gleason was high with 24 points
Sandford had 23 and forward Cush
inberry, 20. Top scorer for the
losers was Navy's guard Matt
Johnson. Johnson pumped in 29
markers to up his season's aver
age to 22 points per game.
USArCarib Shooter
35th On List Of 50
At Fort Benninq
Sp-4 Philip A. Mcintosh, the V.
S. Army Caribbean's only repre representative
sentative representative on the U.S. Army pistol
team currently practicing at Fort
Benning, Ga.. stood 35th out of
50 firers at the latest report.
So. Mcintosh is a member of
the 534th Military Police Company,
Fort Clayton, and was the indi individual
vidual individual champion in the 1958 Pana Panama
ma Panama Area Armed Forces Pistol
Championship held here in June.
On July 11 It' held down 35th
place with a running aggregate
score Of 8755-252X as opposed CO an
8990-376X aggregate by Sergeant
First Class M. Ba lisle, USA, AMU
Ft. Benning. the leader.
Mcintosh's best performance of
the day was turned in with the
.22 caliber pistol when he fired a
291-1 ox, which was 18th highest out
of 50 competitors.
July 9 Mcintosh placed 29 out
of 50 with the centerfire competi
tion but was 46th out of 50 with
the .45 caliber pistol.
During the River Bend Gun
Championships July 54, Mcintosh
placed 65th out of 67 with a grand
firer, Lieutenant Colonel Witli.un
A. Hancock. Mcintosh stood 49th
out of 67 With the .22 caliber pis pistol
tol pistol with an aggregate of 856 17X:
59 out of' 67' with the .38 caliber
pistol with an aggregate of 830 830-17X;
17X; 830-17X; and 66 out of 87 with a .45
caliber aggregate of 792-23X.
Former ILS. Army Caribbean
markman Sergeant Emil E. Heu Heu-gaiter,
gaiter, Heu-gaiter, USA, AMU, Ft. Benning.
ranked fourth inthe firing on July
11 with a running aggregate of
8933-311X. Sergeant Heugafter has
fired consistently throughout.' He
was formerly with the zoth infan infantry
try infantry here.

AMERICAN LEAI
W
New York
Boston
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
71 36
.444 .444-.509
.509 .444-.509 1414
.500 i7'i
495 M
.490 18VJ
54 52
53 53
53 54
51 53
47 54
47 56
t L
45622
; TODAY'S GAMfS
Baltimore at Washfegtou
Kansas City at Cleveland
Boston at New York
ord (14-5) and Howard, 4
(Night Game) r
Kansas City bod 230 006-4 0
Cleveland 006 013 oox-10 J
Garver (9-8), Tomanek, Gor Gor-!iai1'ITHerbcrt'
!iai1'ITHerbcrt' Gor-!iai1'ITHerbcrt' Daley. Craddocfr
Grant, Ferrarese (1.3) and1 Nht-
on
Night Game)
Baltimore
000 001 010-2 8 1
..aouuigwu uzv wi oox 4 fl 1
Brown (4-2). Lehman T .T
Triandos.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 001 0102 14 2
Detroit 103O00 02X-6 7 3
Wynn (9-12), Lown and Lollar A

L Pet. tx

Lary (li-io) and. Wilson. A;

PAAF Hidhlinht. '''

.Bobby Christohper of Fort A- ;j
mador has thp h;ji,ef

percentage in the PAAF c&cwtn
with a mark of 34 n u-niiMiM

by Albrook's Emmett Bryant, 9

win una a marK. .Fort A
mador came within one point bf
tying tne single game scoring
mark last week with an output of
133 points. Albrook holds the league'
record with 134. .Army Atlantic's
star forward. .Tnhn Wnsta h.
been shelved because of an' ankle

uijuiy. .Attendance at all PAAF :
cagj games hts been on the in increase
crease increase due to the season's race .; i
Albrook's Bryant and AA's Foster
are the only two remaining aH-i.
stars selected from last year's
play. ?'

MUiifdiidns praise l
Janlry Track J
As World's Fastest
DUBLIN, Ireland (UPi)-Aus-
tralian record breakers Hetri
Elliott and Albert Thomas inltiPil

today in praise of "the fastest""!

iracK in tne world," the brand
new oval in Santry Stadium bp
which they broke the world one,
two, and three mile records.
The lightning fast track vmft
built by Irish sportsman Billv
Morton in the announced hope of
setting new world records. JL
'Itam interested in the con
struction of this superb track,"
said Elliott who stunned the sports
world Wednesday by runnincl V

3:54.5 mile here and then raW
back Thursday to chase Thomas'
to a new world record of 8:3Z.o
for two miles.
Thomas, who also set a world
record of 13:10.8 for three milei
on this track on July 9, declared.
'.'Santry must be the fastest tradt'
in the world."
Most of the stars who competed
!!L he ,?rilliant two day Clou
liffem Harriers Meet that con-
eluded Thursday were inclined to
agree with the two Australian
stars.
Player Of The Day
-WARREN SPAHN
Reserve a spot in the 20-game
bracket again, for Warrm Snhn
and. while you're at it you can
? tMWdn8 about reserving,
world Series tickets for Milwau
kee. .
Spahn, headed for his eighth,
season as a 20 same winner.
reeled off his 15th victory Thurt-
aay oy Deatmg Pittsburgh, 3.2. (
It as a tvoical Soahn ner-
formance. He struck out six, gave
up seven hits and walked none
in pitching Ms 17th complete
game of Hie season.
Spahn is now 15-7 for the sea-
son. A year ago this time he was
114. . ,
The Braves clinched the vlctonr
for Spahn with g three run rally
in the seventh inning. Eddie Ma-
tnews 23rd homer with one on
highlighted the rally that helped
Milwaukee widen its National
League lead to seven fames.

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Graham Shows College All-Stars Pros' Way

G'WAN, SWIM!

y MURRAY OLDIRMAN
EVANSTON, Ill.-fNEA) -You
know those rdokie baseball camps
they hold every spring to set in incipient
cipient incipient big leaguers ready for
the jump to big money. Ttmy'vt
got one so- ei
shaded campus of Northwestern
University,
Only football is the theme and
it comes under the heading of the
College All-Stars.
The head drillmaster is Otto

Graham, a fellow who counted
his dough every time he wound up
to throw a pass for the Cleveland
Browns, and he's surrounded by
a corps of able pro assistants. The
nominal task is to whip '57 finest
from the college ranks into shape

for an Aug. 15 spectacular at Sol Soldier
dier Soldier Field, Chicago, billed as a
contest between the Stars and

the Detroit lions defending 'fast ball but Ancon proved to be

champions of the National Foot-too much for them in this game,
ball League. Score for this "C" game was 28-19,
"The pros," says Frank Ott, 'with Balboa the losing team. High
"should win every time." scorer for Ancon was Franklin A-
seron, with 14 points to his ere-
OTTO IS NEW AT this coaching dit. For"Bboa high points man
business. He'll never get his ho was Lombana with 6 points to his
norarium in double entendre. If credit.
the boys can't win ("Our only Following are rundown schedule
hope is to get the breaks"), he i "D" Balboa winner with Moses
feels the least he can do is pre- making 42 points for his team. Fi Fi-pare
pare Fi-pare them for a squad only two nal score was 61 to 8 for Ancon.
are not under NFL contract-and j "C" Ancon winner with Aseron

urey napiren io ne ityn rorrestai rrank making 14 points for his
and Tony Stremic. Navy got to team. For loosing team high point
them first and has charted their man was Lombana with 6 points
course for the next three years. ; t0 his cred't
"First," says Otto, "we try to! immediately Allowing that game
play the boys in the position a verv int.r..Hn. haHUhaI,

Playground Sports
Ancon "D" and "C" team played
host to the strong "D" and "C
irom Balboa. The 'D' game was
not much to witness as far as
ingeniuty in basketball knowledge
is conferned. However, the weak weaker
er weaker team which was Ancon had
spunk and Balboa "D" boys went
easy on them but despite giving
them a chance Anion's boys could.

n't find the basket.
Both teams showed wonderful
sportsmanship, which goes a long
way to prove that sports haven't
failed in what it is set out to
prove winning or' losing in good
stride.
The "C"- game displayed belter
ball playing. The cocky team
from Balboa had its first beating

rom Ancon. They played hard and

Touted Bears' Flop Last Year Makes
Pro Coaches Wary In Picking Winner

Forget Raps
Title Chance

Against
Makes

Harris:
Fighter

where the pros plan to use them

So Clendon Thomas of Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, who made his mark as a
ball-toter, is on the defensive pla platoon
toon platoon because the Los Los Angleles
Rams, his parent club, happen
to need defensive backs. Lou Mi Michaels,
chaels, Michaels, also a Ram, is a defensive
end, although he was an All-America
tackle at Kentuchy.

developed with Balboa vs Ancon.

Balboa took Ancon for three games
but. all in all, hoh teams had a
barM of fun. Too bad the bus
had to make its appearance when
it did, just when they were rcallv
getting warmed up for more
1 games.

j--yaBCB HBflEvAaflBEw a' .: PHg
TRY THIS FOR SIZE Phil Bengston of the professional football San Francisco 49ers seems
to have a problem of his own as he leads recruits through leg exercises at Moraga, Calif.,
rnmn Bill Abbott, a center candidate, is in full view between the assistant ro-chs Ws.

By PAT LIVINGSTON

WHEN the Chicago Bears plum

IT'S BACK TO GRADE

for these men who've alneadv

spent an average eight years of
their young lives playing football.
"1 find," says Graham, coach
of the All-Stars for the first time,
"these kids don't know anything
about passing attacks. The line linemen
men linemen don't know how to block for

Its wonderful to watch good
wholesome fun being had bv all

school the youngsters in gyms all around

the Isthmus. Win or lose t he--'
spell friendship on and off the flow
as well as on1 the playing field.
Such good sportmanship is a cre credit
dit credit to the schools that all these
children attend.
Now don't forget our picnic, day.

Aug. 29. Our trip to Taboga for

the Bears as the perfect offen offensive
sive offensive team.
In the Eastern Conference,

meted into fourth place last sea- Parker merely lumps an six
son. their monumental skid didj teams in a group and ackn.v.vl ackn.v.vl-more
more ackn.v.vl-more than anything else to take edges that the luckiest will vin.
National Football League coaches "Until last year," says Parker,
off the hook. Thev were top '.ea- "I figured that if you had a team

vy favorites to win.

Citing the 1957 Bears, as the
clubs get flown to heavy training.

the coaches clam up when press

ed lor a prediction of the
ea mpaign.

Y HARRY GRAYSON

witjy knock the Floyd rauer-

toy Harris fignt, oown ior

LosAAngeles on Aug. 18.

stterson, tney ten you, wnai

does the mean at the gate? tne
ittjAhaa practically been in hid-

fcijff .two year.. He'ij just
champion who fights funny op

ponents like that rank amateur,
Ritfimacher. And now Cub D'A D'A-mato
mato D'A-mato drags Harris out of a hole.
Harris is faulted as an unquali unqualified
fied unqualified prospect who runs like blazes
and can't funch. As is so frequent frequently
ly frequently asked about challengers for the
heavyweight title, you hear, "Who
did Harris ever fight?" The same
eould be asked about Patterson,

for that matter.

This could be the bust of the cen century
tury century in more ways than one.
The chatter is not taking away
one bit of the chance that Harris
has to become champion, however,
and let me be the first to remind
you of that. Here is a strong strong-bodied
bodied strong-bodied youngster with fine legs

land plenty of moxie who is going

Jpr, the jackpot, only on me rarest
occasions has a fighter in his posi position
tion position not shown to better advan advantage
tage advantage than ever before. 1
Even the sneered at Pete Rade Rade-macher
macher Rade-macher walked out of his corner
and fired right hands at Patterson
as long as he could keep his pins.

LOU VISCUSI, the. ole pro who

manages Harris, kept chewing on:

his cigar one afternoon in Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, iust after the match had been

The talk is damaging the show made, and he was talking about

from a bucks office standpoint i mis.

JOE

by
WILLIAMS

a passer All they could do was Sat., Aug. 16. Basketball tourna.

HbBIF' : .M
. Ti AaM

lunge. The receivers don't know

anything about pass cuts.
"They're very inadequate for
professional football. It'll take
them at least a year to get the
hang of it. The guards, for inst ance,
don't know how to pull out
o.' a line to run interference.

"This isn't as good a squad as
we had last year when I was an
assistant under Curley Lambeau."

ment starts Aug. 18. We'll see you

now.

"How're you gonna pick any anyone?"
one?" anyone?" a?ks Pittsburgh's P.tiridv
Parker, recalling tha1 less than
a year ago he had characterized

Club. Paul dwelt at surprising
len.h on Jim Ninowski, the re recruit
cruit recruit from Michigan state.
For publication, at least, mine
of the coaches will appraise a
rival. It could be that they fear
the fate that belell Parker when
he picked the Lions to wh Hie
Western Conlerence litle m mid'

i season last year. Parkers pivnie-

: tion brought a lcariut howl irnm
The fall ol the Bears so a- Detroit Coach George Wilson. !'os !'os-stouncled
stouncled !'os-stouncled the Pittsburgh c o a c h sibly the coaches, recalling '.hat,

'a8 that he hesitates to rate the don't want to set off another
Steelers as contenders without brawl.
couching his convictions in a web More likely, nobody really

of fence straddling conditions. knows what s going to happen

that outclassed the field you could

pick it ano feel safe.

8

Boating Life

SO INTENT IS OTTO on help
ing them that when regular ses sessions
sions sessions are 'finished at Dyche Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, Graham and his helpers
spend at least 45 minutes on the
practice field afterward with

any kid who's eager for individual 1 organization
instruction. birds.

I certainty that the DU made lakes
'and ponds, almost .all of which

BY WARREN PAGE
SHOOTING EDITOR

J are designed for Wafer storage
you splash a limit of ducks during even the roughest kind of
fall don't forget to put in I drought conditions, held duck-

v. i tti: :t.J 'PI... 4

a WOru lor t)UCK5 unnnniieu. iiav laisuig waci.

helped provide the JJU s 24,000 contributing mem mem-ibers
ibers mem-ibers are nard heade hunters who

long ago figured out the only way

If

this

baseball has stood still. Up to now
no one has been able to improve

on its lime-iesiea, lan appioveu to of(ice the next

grass roots design, uoi., mou i and. told me he could have

For years Will Harridge played
it like Cal Coolidge. Beyond as asserting
serting asserting he was against sin aiiu i i-greeing
greeing i-greeing Lincoln's Christian name
was Abe, the president of the A-
' T waiiIjIi,1! tfitlf A

mencan ijeaue wwuw v .
controversial question promptly in induced
duced induced total muteness.
Now in disassociating himiselt
from the Sphinx family, he has
chosen a moat inauspicious time
I in ano CllhlPrt I'Ol'lPlOS

htn the name today belong. Also, we think it a time

... w nvnoroKnivp. thought-1 wastinK. Dointless ritual to pitch

HWT'Tr.r j -ii ;.:. ., ; ;ni.iin..i n..i more

UU leattWSnip. UVASl "l ,,' w u a nn,vi iii an I
there need of change in the game's: situation. We'd make him an au
fundamental structure. j tomatic base runner.

Roy Hani

"When he beat Willie Pastrano,

Otto, of course ahowa th

quarterbacks King Hill, Jim Ni- This year the prairies of north- to have ducks to shoot was to
nowski, Tom Forrestal the hang;ern Canada have baked under a! spend money to raise 'em.
of getting rid of the ball within rather dry year. It is the kind of In 1958 DU laid out more than
three seconds and leading a re-summer that in the past would i $500,00 lor breeding projects that
ceWer. ihave knocked all breeding season I are fitting in so nicely with the
You'll find Don Paul, who used 1 predictions into a cocked hat, with: ideals of the several provincial
a forearm shiver on offensive ends i ponds and potholes and their governments in respect to control,
when ht backed the line for l.ns I nesting birds drying up tragi- irrigation water-holding, even te

Angeles, showing the fine points tally.

to Dan Currie, Michaels, Alex Da-1 Whatever the season, it's a near
rras or Charley Krueger of the

aeiensive platoon, uon Don, a
fine NFL defender in his day, tips
off Bobby Conrad, Jimmy Jones
or Thomas on secondary play.
PETE PIHOS, AN ERSTWHILE
Eagle great, can still fake into the
open for the benefit of ends Jim
Gibbons, Bob Jewett, Fred Dug Dug-an
an Dug-an and Jimmy Phillips. John San Sandusky
dusky Sandusky an old Brown, takes the
interior linemen, like Gene Hi Hi-ckerson
ckerson Hi-ckerson in tow. And Ara, Prsagh Prsagh-ian,
ian, Prsagh-ian, another ex-Brown now coach-

widely piayeu man oaseua mu . Buv t a njld

SSBVSrar 1 "m r Lon: been m?re experienced. I had to
Penally fringe changes fr, -RJ
S"C8Tr ."f r8Sot "ha "oe e" n I said to' myself."

auu (JUL ui uie uuutv scvciai umca, 4 iU u U- i

k. ,S.,haPA"3 6 .teS ?1?mirof a title, too. Sore he would have The All-Stars have won

liked Harris to have a couple of and tied one in the 24-year

fights for experience. Cer

tainly he would have liked more
time to work on the fighter and

add another inch to his neck a

Two Thirteens
Are Too Much
PROVIDENCE (NE A) -Horse
trainers are suoerstitious.
The latest quirk in handler 's
make-up occurred at Narragansett
Park when J. B. Kelly brought
the two-year-old filly, Grandma s
First, to the Thoroughbred Rac Rac-ns
ns Rac-ns Prntprtive Bureau's tattooing

backing ud of akes o serve at

water supply for prairie towns,! when he speaks of Milt Pluin

that said envcrnnf'us likewise
pitched in with money, manpower
and engineering.

Paul Brown of Cleveland is to.
some degree a little more dar-i
ing. You gather that he regards I
the Eastern Conference race as
a three-way toss-up between the
Browns, the New York Giants
and Washington Redskins. There's
a trace of irony in his voice when
he gets to the Steelers.
"The Pittsburgh Rams, you

mean? he asks, forcing a
smile. It's obvious that the i Ms
I between Parker and the Los An-
geles club for Linebacker Bob
1 Dougherfy and fullback Paul
1 Younger created problems Brown

hand t anticipated.
"If Younger is the Younger he
was." says iBrown, "the Stealers
could be in the thick of things."
As to his own team, Brown
isn't as sure as he was back in

the Otto Graham days.
"We got into the championship
game last season," he admits,
"but as things turned out, it was
obvious that we didn't belong."
Quarterbacking appears to be
Brown's most pressing problem.

Although he glows outwardly

in

impression lingers mat ne s not
overboard on the sophomore from
Penn Slate. As a punter, yes. As
a placement kicker, Lou Groza's Groza's-heir
heir Groza's-heir apparent, perhaps. But speak speaking
ing speaking to the Cleveland! Quarterback

blended with GeniuM
& Mellowed with Ag

ing Northwestern, demonstrates 1 t hir identification

from experience for the ball- j number UUooed on her lip. No

uinns-rim jim ritt, noD,u. :. ,rm iter n rare until av t

fll .4 .1,-11 i; l n t 1 U f m uiiui i uutn i aisiiiK w n n i I it lit

. iimu, xitit mi.ty, juim t-row it h., kp.n tattoed with tne last at a nnft miip.: nf Hv :hnrP

jfour numbers of The Jockey Clu0jjnes where hen mallards and Diablo Service Center. All
SeVen, Artifirat.p nintaile rnn aftf nn hAiiifiVAAninrf Karc a ra lir0oH tn allpnt

F.verlhine was going well until

The same amount of money
went into duck-breeding water in
1957, and something like it for
every year before in the 21 year
existence of DU.
The end result of this horse
sense conservation work is some
459 projects scattered throughout
Manitoba, Sakatchewan and Al

berta. These involve 800 dams, i
1.500 water control structures and j I
140 miles of canals and ditches. I The first meeting of the Pacific
They're made to put one and Cosmopolitan Mixed League fori
a half million acres of prairie the 1958-59 season will be held j

Wednesday evening, Aug. 13, at
7:30 p.m., on the second floor of

I'M

f Her lUlutf JXES '.
Eluab-tli tt aV

FINEST SCOTCH WHTSK1

mem-

Dl.tr ihutoci I

cia. HiNAiauai, -.
SWENIOA OUVA 7100. COLO

his-'

tory of the game, which traditio-, Key nappened to glance at the

before 100.00 in the horseshoe

ml l. ii u . ... i

And yet that a precisely wnat inougn u cnauengeo me uhsi: rather thin one tor a neavyweigni.
the gentleman now endorses as a j pattern, we were once intrigued But wnen there is a chance for
means of juicing up spectatoi in-jwith John McGraw's proposal to;the heavyweight title you have
tereat. He would change the rules pinch hit for pitchers without com- t0 g0 for ;t. And where else

so that a player, removeo if um '""s "rem i u.c r."'"c- eould Harris pick up a quick nou

This would apply solelv to pitch

ers and the pinch hitter, his
chores ended, would be through

for the day

SO WHILE PRACTICALLY ev

McGraw never got his baby out prvhnrtv else dismisses the show.

of the dugout. Others, more far! the great chance that is Harris'
sighted, voted down, possibly sen- is not forgotten here.
sing, with intuitive horror, that, We still remember how they

the brat might grow up to be a i.h.ri ot .Trv iom Walent.t. A

the gm for other than unman- mis wuum appiy soieiy io v"- oo?

nerly conduct, could return, pro provided
vided provided one inning has elapsed It
he's taken out Tn, say, the tnird,
he may be reinserted in the lineup
or batting order in the fifth.
Conceivably a pinch hitter or
relief pitcher could be used three
or four times in the same game.

ur, as in pro iuuioau, euuic

could be alternated tnrougnout al almost
most almost at will.
And for what purpose? "We fee'
It would nlease the oublic and!

ire managers more leeway iniBiM mange wnn mcic u
their strategy ," explains the 1 promise of betterment. Wa(,ott Rot Mo th( M,dison

Tory, suaaeniy ana uicreuiuiy mc ,,,.-.,.. mcu rn finrHn r n rim nut in
turned Nihilist. suspense. ."Imagine Ted Wlffl.ms T "W'
can hookinc

leaving me game wiin ine ncu j i,ui .a -.;..
lsoX run ahead, then retun.in4.lIjlV,s and jobbing him and moving

certificate.

and millions more on national TV

But at least they know that

Graham as a player, never was Qne bad eV,gh

un uie lusing eoo. ne suBi-imfi me
All Stars to victories in 1943 and
1946 (playing twice as colleg collegian
ian collegian because of war-time exigen exigencies).
cies). exigencies). He fired the Browns to a
33-0 win in 1951.
Too bad Otto Graham has to
stay on the sidelines for this one.

later day Fonseca.

Suspense Inherent Quality
No one In his right mind can be

shoe leather company wanted to
pay him if he would carry the
brand name on his soles so when
Joe Louis stiffened him everybody
would see the ad.

Abiurd, Frivolous, Ridiculous

VFor the record, it should be not not-f
f not-f this is not Harridge's own ba ba-,
, ba-, m. One Ltw Fonseca left it on his
dtor step. Fonseca, a former big
laumia in iplrtVr la a hasehnll hire-

In. talma mnllnn nipltivjku

re World Series and the All Star
glme for promotional distribut'on
Ion the basis that' Fonseca mir-

aluloDlly moved Harridge to pub

with the score tied and

base,"
This sort of thing is routine

Qiirov iir.il 'lri'l c'l.nninir !A T.nrAW

a man on: wicked right hands and' put Louia

on the noor. Me won everyini-tg

i i. ..ii ,i lo c.uu 1. ., dhi tne neeisiun, which mi ,mim-

mherent quality a natural product mount to Kr,nd 'r,ny 'r,ny-of
of 'r,ny-of the game. Thus we have a Bob! f.. ... niM
by Thomson winning a pennant on Th.e" ".JJa ru w
one historic swing of the bat; pack-, ,h Lon8,.a Is'"d $3 w
ed thousands sitting in breathless he" Jim 'ranl0" St? J!
emotional tension as a Don Lar-1 packer in the "lace, walked out

It utterance where the most adroit sen finally gets a third strike ov- m,Tl m V I

er to achieve the first perfect r "'"-... .7
game in World Series history. 0k worker' "ot "Shter. But
A,..,imo K..ohn ho. io pn for 15 rounds he was straight up

i.. ..;,f,.,,:.,.i ,i,-.,n,..ii,.t nnA mianir'and he left-hooked Baer out of

to attract business the a cnampionsnip.

lAeryiewers had failed. A certain
aiclaim is his due. But as (or his
sukgestion, we think it absurd, fri fri-vMous
vMous fri-vMous md ridiculous, and can on-

iwrearrt that our old friend in Hie nostrums

resident's .office was persuaded' casket maker can't be far away.

support It. 'And the league president's rash' nb VR

Knnseea's niteh is a rlrmrv esniiiisal nf charlantanism can ther, there was the

lend of cliche and sophistry. . i hardly be encouraging. We respect

htaaebal) needs a 8ft. Other fully suggest the gentleman re-

orts continually make clianqes. 'ire In the vast silences with which

You can't do this to me," he

screamed. "It'll jinx my horse.

come up it's too much the nst
four numbers were 1313. The
crew explained that it had noth nothing
ing nothing to do with the assignment of
numbers. Kelly finally agreed.
The job was done. That afternoon
Grandma's First finished sixth in
her first start.
"It fiaured,' was .I B Kelly s

me out of only comment.

Sports Briefs

PITCHER LEAVES CLUB

people tried to laugh

town.
Tunney was an unpopular guy
who was regarded as a tomato
can who would run and hide. But
this was for the heavyweight
championship. We can never for forget
get forget "the Greenwich Village Folly,"
as one of hit detractors dubbed
him, walking out of the comer,
straight as a di tow-ird Dempsey.

He stuck his whole body behind a i lard

left jab and then threw a right Sox

hand that Imrklrri

k-n fnllnwine a bout with shoulder

Tunney was fighting for the miseries, has left the club for his
title and every punch he threw' Lindale, Ga home,
showed it.
There la no reason in any book! TO DONATE RIDING FEES

why Roy Harris cannot throw
of any inadequacies he may be

BOSTON (UP1) Pitcher Wil-

Nixon of the boston itea
who was placed on the

Dempsey 's' temporarily disabled list July 14

following a bout

carrying and turn into too much
fighter tn handle nn Aug. 18
Going for the big one changes
a lot of fighters.

A bit far far-time
time far-time this

handlcamjer selected Gene Tun

ney to (fet Jack Demosey in

)nly psseoail awn U i.

There's sound reason why

their fir:' '

he has lived so serenly and so in-1 In those days newspaper fight pre-

ertly for so many years. motions mourn souieuuii.' ami

SELL TRANSIT BUSES
PLAINFIELD, N. J. -(UPI) -Mack
Trucks. Inc., announced
yesterday the sale of 30 new
Irsnsit buses to the Boston Trans Transit
it Transit Authority for ue on commuter
run es in the grea'er Boston area
for an undisclosed price.

NEW YORK (CPU Directors
of the Jockeys Guild have de

signated Aug. 21 as Guild Day
for jockeys around the tracks to
contribute riding fees to the
guild's welfare fund.
MAKES DAD PROUD
CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. (UPI)
William Boniface Jr., made h
dad proud Thursday when he
scored his first victory as a
iockey in the fourth at Charles
Town. His father is racing editor
of the Baltimore Sun papers.

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new top, undctcoared. Albrook
722S.
FOR SALE : 1 953 Willy: stahon
wagon in excellent condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, new tires. Must ell
now. Bes offer rcceoted 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
brakes and steering, wwall tires,
radio and heater. $2500. Finance
Available 3-241 I 8510-A. Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet D
Luxe, all extras including radio,
5 excellent tires. Very good clean
car, $250.00 after 4.30 p.m.
Call 93-1794 House 8229-B.
6th St. Margarita C. Z,
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 6
Biscayne, fordor sedan 124-B
Oamboa, Tel. 6-170. cost $2564
price $1950.
FOR SALE: 1954 Pontiac Six
4-door Deluxe, Hydromatic and
Radio, new tires, two-tone grey
S795.00. 8160-B. Margarita.
Phone 3-2501.
FOR SALE: 1947 Packard 4 4-deor,
deor, 4-deor, good mechanical condition.
$90. House 234-C, Coco Solo.
Tel. 36-313.
FOR SALE: 52 Fordomatic Vic Victoria
toria Victoria with extras.' Call Balboa
2-3155 1574-C Gavilan Road.
Balboa.
$$$ SAVE MM1EY $$$
EXCELLENT OPORTUNITIES
Autos Eisenman Offers the best
Used Cars in Panama.
1957 Dodge-Coronet Hd. Top
tutone. radio, WS W tires, push
button trans., like new.
1957 Buiok-Riviera Hd. top.
tutone stand, trans., radio, white
walls tires. Excellent condition.
1957 Chevrolet-Station Wagon
4DR automatie trans, radio. Like
new.
1956 Mereury-Montclare Hd'. top
tutone leather upholstery, rdio,
W W tires, automatic trans. Like
new.
1956 Cadillac Hdtoo. radio. W
W tires, automall: trans. Like
new.
1955 Chevrolet 4DR. Wagon
tutone. radio. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 1955 Chevrolet tutone, radio. 6
ryl. Stand, trans.
1954 Buick 4DR Sedan tutone
W W tires, leather upholstery.
1951 Pontiac-Catalina Hdtop
tutone, new upholstery, radio W
W tires, very clean and nice
car.
Open all day Next to Coca
Cola Co. Tels: Panama 2-2616.
2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Ca Ca-tallna
tallna Ca-tallna I hardtop) Hydromatic.
power brakes. 5 new tires, low
mileage. Clean new car, condi condition
tion condition throughout. Phone 2-2850.
8 MARVELOUS DAYS
VISITING
Bogota Medellin Cali
SEPT. 13-20
ALL EXPENSES PAH)
ONLY 17.50
DOWN PAYMENT
K (imp Irl e Tour (150.00
20 Months to Pay)
CALL 2-2006 & 2-2112
PANAMA TOURS
V
BOY BROTHERS. INC
I 20 Tlvoll Ave. P.O. Box 1626

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
nt 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. Next to No. 149, Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porras, near 50th street. $65.
FOR RENT: Latge very cool
and cheerful screened 1 Vl 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, gaioen, hot
mater, near bustop. Tel. 3-5356.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, Herbruger Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian area, across Los Angeles,
100 mtrs. 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.
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also large fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two large living
rooms with kitchen and bath bet bet-ween
ween bet-ween two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
Tl-132 4th of uly Avenue or
phone Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: $75.00 modern
furnished apartment, 51 St,
Number 30. Call 3-7069 or 3 3-6480..
6480.. 3-6480.. FOR RENT: Two modern Du Duplex
plex Duplex apartments, one furnished,
two bedrooms, hot water. Campo
Alegre. Tels. 3-2341 3-3379.
FOR RENT: In Calle Colombia
No. 20, two bedrooms apartment
livingroom. diningroom, maid's
room, washing tubas, hot water,
garage, etc. $100. Tel. 2-1456.
Fort Amador Teen
Theatre To Present
Three-Act Comedv
; "Mr. Barry's Etchings." a three three-1
1 three-1 act comedy, will be presented by
the Fort Amador Teen Theater at
the Amador Service Cenler next
Thursday and Friday evenings, at
7:30 o'clock.
! The entire cast of 14 youngsters
lis enrollcrl in Fort Amador's Sum
mer Recreation Program, which
will end with the staging of this
plav.
Tickets may he purchased at the
door.
The Teen Theater program was J
I set tin lo give teeners experience
in putting on a full length nroduc nroduc-tion.
tion. nroduc-tion. Onlv one member of the cast
John Reade has had prev previous
ious previous stage experience and only a
few had any acting tutelage.
Mrs. Priscilla Reade, djrector,
has had over 15 years' exnerience
in all phases of theatrical work. 1
includine directing, acting and
! technical aspects
In the cast are: Eddie Drew.
Donna Rriganrii. .Tane Miller. .John
Reade. Dennis Mehiel. lelie East,
wood, Rulh Larsen, Earl Dri-w, I
Sheri Goeser. Rustv Sexton. Ter
ry Moore, Judy Sullivan and Ca
Earsen.
Congress Aonroves
Measurp To Lend
Money To Business
I WASHINGTON (UPI) Congress
(passed and sent to the White
j House yesterday compromise
legislation to authorize the gov government
ernment government lo lend 250 million dol dollars
lars dollars for investment in small bus
iness
The Senate stamp put congres congressional
sional congressional approval on the meas.ire
shortly after the House passed it.
Sen. John Sparkman (D-Ala) t- Id
the Senate the measure wouln
make a "new day for smaft busi business."
ness." business."
President Eisenhower already
has asked for a 50 million-dollar
appropriation to start the program
this vear.
HI FIDELITY
Bogen, University, Webcer
Tanney, Wharfedale, Tho Tho-rens.
rens. Tho-rens. Top U.S., European
and Japanese Blues. Design
Engeneering and Custom
building facilities. Easy
plans
TROPELCO, 5.A.
45 St. and Via Espafta
Tel. 3-1285

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BAKDO o.n-BAKDO No 26 "B" Street a MORRISON 4th of Jul; Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvol No. 4 FARMAC1A ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
fr ARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE -J Feo. de la Osaa Ave. No. 4 POTO DOMY Justo Aroaemena Ave. and 33 St r AR AR-I
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Beside Ihe Bella "lata Theatre.
Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One milt past the
Casino Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Occsnsidt Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekends at Rio
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. 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 diningroom,
ingroom, diningroom, porch, kitchen, garage,
maid's rooms with service inde independent.
pendent. independent. For information call
Tel. 2-2037. Can be seen from
to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
thiee 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.
FOR RENT: To responsible
couple, attractive completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet in Campo Alegre,
for months September. October.
Call 3-4911 office hours, 3 3-0868
0868 3-0868 after 6 p.m.
Commercial Sites
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and' office building. Ample
parking space. Night watchman.
Moderate rents. Balboa Avenue,
next to nuns school. Ricardo A;
Miro S. A. Tel. 2-3436.
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. atr farp, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evev Tues. and Fri,
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama Mfifil
the first and only
transistor
SPEED L!G1
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed lor 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
TO STOP OPERATIONS
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Amer
ican Viscose Corp. will stop oper operations
ations operations at its continuous filament
rayon yarn jilant at Roanoke. Va
as soon as it is practical it was
announced today. Abo 1,750
workers will be affected.
ARREST NATIONALISTS
ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) -Police
and security forces arrested
90 members of the rebel Algerian
national movement Wednesday
night in a series of raids through throughout
out throughout Algeria, It was announced
yesterday. French officials also
said that a total o' 43 rebels had
been killed or captured in opera operations
tions operations in Ihe Oran and Consiantine
areas in the past 24 hours.

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT .13 37 "H"

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Household effects
of L. H. DcVose, deceased, in including
cluding including one G t monitor top,
all porcelain refrigerator, 60
cycle, one hospital bed. Quarters
0629-C. G a m b o a, Saturday
August 9,
FOR SALE: Bam'ooo, chrcma
set, Chinese rugs, metal furniture,
other household articles. Housa
7 1 6 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; Daybed, armchair,
drop-leaf table, washing machine.
Phone Curundu 3280.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse refri refri-gerator
gerator refri-gerator 9 ft. all porcelain. Hew
60 cycle motor $85.00. Carr St.
2233 Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA refrigerator,
Frigidalre washer, child's crib,
RCA stove and other appliances.
Tel. 3-1 709.
FOR SALE: Maytag Wringer
Type Washer, perfect condition.
$70.00. 60 cycle. Call 86-6185.
FOR SALE: 4 pc. livingroom
set 95.00; quartermaster single
bed without mattress, 8.00;
Hollywood bed with springs
20.00; small rocking chair 8.00;
8mm. projector and screen
65.00; 324 X Culebra Road An An-con.
con. An-con. Phone 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Latest ill Rattan
diningroom set, plate glass ;ip,
6 chairs and buffet, also coffee
cart, 2 Rattan sectional chairs,
no arms. 1527 Almond St. Apt.
A, Balboa.
Monkey Survives
11-Mile Fall
From US Balloon
CROSBY, Minn (UPD "Mathil "Mathilda,,"
da,," "Mathilda,," a 13-pound female monkey,
emerged virtually unharmed from
a fall of more than 11 miles be beneath
neath beneath a punctured balloon.
The monkey and her fellow pas
sengers, a group of frogs, flies
and gold fish, were sent up Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in a pressurized gondola as
part of a series of tests on the
effects of cosmic rays in space
travel.
Their 20 story balloon, largest
plastic balloon ever launched, was
expected to soar to 135,000 feet,
or 25 miles above the earth. But
the big bag burst at an altitude
of about B0 000 feet and the stnr.
age cargo plummeted to earth.
Only the oldfish failed to
survive the fall. Their water con.
tainer spilled.
The Air Force, which sponsored
on a farm about 60 miles from
the flight, recovered the balloon
its launching site near Crosby. It
didn't take long to discover that
Mathilda has survived the fall.
"Ouch! She tried to bite me
exclaimed the first medic to stick
his head into the gondola.
Mathilda was removed, kicking
and screaming, from the gondola
and moments later was content contentedly
edly contentedly munching on a banana. A
physical examination showed Ma.
thilda in good shape and ready to
lead another exploration into
space.
Committee Kills
Bill Involving
TVA Financing
WASHINGTON UPI) The
House Rules Committee, which
apparently killed a bill involving
Tennessee Valley Authority fi
nancing earlier this week, re reversed
versed reversed itself yesterday and voted
to rcvokp ils nrnvimic .w-li,,..
But Chairman Howard w Smith
f 1) Va ) said the colmitico
reached no decision as yet on
whether to hold hearings on the
bill or to clear it for floor detvie
and House a c Li o n. The riiiles
Committee acts as a traffic con I
in channeling legislation in the
floor.
Rep. Thomas P. O'Neill D D-Mass),
Mass), D-Mass), another member, told
newsmen he interpreted the com
mitlee's action as meaning il
would hold heat-inns nr. Ihn Kill
which would permit TVA to sell
nonas lo nnance lurilirr ex,jen
sion of its power facilities.
Congress in recent years has
refused to appropriate any addi
tional treasury funds for TVA ex expansion.
pansion. expansion. AIR CONDITIONERS
-CI BSON-
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duly free. Price for C. Z.
resident.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45th St. ADd Via Rspana
TEL. 3-1285

STREET, PANAMA LIBRKRI A PRECIADO 7 Street No. IS ACENCIAS

Miscellaneous
COME! HURRY! COME!
Just received large shipment art
porcelain wares, big bowls, vases,
flower post, platers etc; beautj-
ft-ll carved large brass trays,
bowls. Gongs, many new styles
furniture, baskets and novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT LUM'S
40 F. de la Ossa 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
oi 3-0672. 7-8 Leonidas F. Gar Garcia.
cia. Garcia. 34 Street No 6-33.
FOR SALE: Girl's 26" bicycle,
good condition, price $15, 548-B
Curundu Hgts. 83-2214.

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ROADSIDE RADIO Sketches, above illustrate the function functioning
ing functioning of a new electronic aid to motorists. A low-power radio
transmitter, heard only by cars passing by, broadcasts taped
information on highway conditions, service facilities, etc., by
means of antenna cables along the road. Developed by Gen General
eral General Electronics Laboratories of Cambridge, Mass., the device
has ben installed in New York's Lincoln Tunnel and George
Washington Bridge, and is under study by other cities and states.

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WHO NOSE WHAT That's no oversized fly on which freckle freckle-faced
faced freckle-faced Kevin McKay is trying to focus. It's an undersized pre precision
cision precision electrical switch -the world's smallest. Engineers at
Minneapolis-Honeywell's Micro-Switch division in Freeport, ;
HI., say the "sub-submlniature," weighing but 128 of an I
ounce, has a five-ampere rating, more than enoujfh to operate,
the motor of a household refrigerator. But it may find more
important use in another field where weight and space are
critical. The average guided missile, for example, require!
more than 100 electrical switches.

SERVICES

3 -minute cat wash $1. steam
cleaninn of motor $5. waxing ef
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 Agendas. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 1-3142.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Small lot 300
square meters in Pasadena, near
National N'niversity. Very nice
neighborhood. Tel. 2-1790
Smith, Cia. Cyrnos, S. A.
FOR SALE: House Cerro Cam Cam-pana
pana Cam-pana light plant, 60 cycles AC.
House, is furnished, good drink drinking
ing drinking water, all year. 400 coffee
trees with fruit, also avocado.
Many extras. Swiming also, house
next to Joe Ruiz, information at
hotel. Asking $1000.00.
FOR SALE: Lot in Cerro Axul
with water, long terms. Phone
3-6059 Mr. Aurelio.

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WANTED: Messenger boy boy-porter,
porter, boy-porter, age 18-22 bilingual.
Write apart ado 5312, Panama,
R. P. Listing work experience
and education.

WANTED: Clerk, male, age
1 2-25, bilingual, ability to type.
Write Apartado 5312, Panama,
R.P. Listing work experience and
education.
WANTED: Bi-lingual secretaries
with shorthand. Servicie y Colo Colo-cacionrs.
cacionrs. Colo-cacionrs. Tel. 3-7028..
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
REDUCED 10, 15, 20 and 25
in HEAD STONE for two month
by 45o. ANIVERSARY of MAR MAR-MOLERIA
MOLERIA MAR-MOLERIA B Street 52 & 19
West. Phone 2-2656, Box 1093
Panama.
Domestic Employment
WANTED; Experienced cook
with references. Calle 51 edificio
Rosa Marina, Apt. 1.
SAVED BY GUM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Pat
Lewis' habit of chewing gum
saved her from serious injury.
The 12 year-old girl was hit in the
chest by a ricocheting 22 rifle
bullet. The bullet struck a paek
of gum Patsy carried in her left
shirt pocket. The slug did not
oreaK tne skin, but it lea a large
red mark.
BALBOA
Air-Conditioned
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bloodiest battle
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knowledge ef both English and
Spanish. Inquire in person at
Upjohn Overseas Corporation,
Colon Free Zone. Only experienc experienced
ed experienced persona need aply.
WANTED.? Radio and T.V.
techniciae. Write P.O. Bex 3122
giving experience end address.
WANTED: Experienced office
clerk with knowledge of English
and Spanish. Apply te Peikard,
Zona Libre, Colon.
Interested in purchasing land ie
Campana for farming purposes.
Phone 3-2551 Panama.
WANTED TO RENT: By Amer Amer-ican
ican Amer-ican Family three or four bed bedroom
room bedroom house in El Cangrejo, Belli
Vista or Campo Alegre. Call 2-
1956.
Wanted Employment
POSITION WANTED: Female
bilingual business secretary with
specialty in translations, nine
years experience, knowledge of
bookkeeping, office management,
seeks position with reputable firm
offering good salary and oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for advancement. Write
to CWD, Box 3145, Panama,
R. P.
WARSHIPS VISIT FINLAND
HELSINKI (UPD-The Russia!
cruiser Ordzonkikidze and destroy.
rs Svobodnyi and Stepennyi ar,
rived yesterday for a four-day na
val visit, bringing 1,600 Soviel
sailors to Finland.

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MOVE OVER. HUMAN Even a hard-bitten Parisian c er
would be likely to obey that'eommand from the odd dri of,
this odd vehicle. No visitor from another world, it's a home homegrown
grown homegrown robot named "Cosmos" which, like the helicopter in
background, was on display at a science exhibit on the banks
of the Seine. The French are said to be blase, but "Cosmos"
attracted a lot of attention.

SERVICE CENTER THEATRES TODAY!

COCO SOLO
7:00
Karl Maiden Natalie Wood
"BOMBER B-52"
DIABLO HTS.
1:00
Henry Fonda
Anthony Perkins
"THE TIN STAR"
In ViStaVlsion!
GAMBOA Sat. Matinee 6:15
"Oh Susanna" and Serial
8:15
Allan Freed
"MR. ROCK AND ROLL"
GATUN Sat. Matinee 2:30
"RICOCHET ROMANCE"
and Serial 7:00
Joel McCrea Mark Stevens
"GUNSIGHT RIDGE"
MARflARITA
Sot Matin.. 4-1A lj
KJ V. i n i i W
"Wac From Walla Walla"
and Serial 6:15 8:15
Jack Palance
Anthony Perkins
"THE LONELY MAN
i in Vista Vision I
PAKAISO
7:00.
"Insurance Investigator"
& "Spy Smasher" (SeriaP
SANTA CRUZ
7:0".
"UNTIL THEY SAIL" i
In Cinemascope!
CAMP RIERD
7:0
"The Kid from Cleveland" f
and "The Spy Smasher"



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As Gromyko Approaches ...
UN Studies Hammarskjolds
Peace Plan For Middle East
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. Aug. 9 (UPI) U.N. delegates today .studied secretary secretary-general
general secretary-general Dag Hammarskjold's outline of a peace plan for the troubled Middle East in
preparation for the crucial debate in the 8 1-membr General Assembly next week.
Hammarskjold put forward his plan at the opening yesterday of the emergency
session of the General Assembly, called by the Security Council at the behest of the
United States to "deal constructively with the fundamental, broad problems involved"
in the Middle East.
The Assembly organized and then adjourned until 10:30 a.m. Wednesday to
permit the foreign ministers of member nations ta get to New York to participate in
the debate.
The Soviet government announced its delegation would be headed by foreign
minister Andrei Gromyko, a one-time familiar figure in the U.N. chamber. Reports
from Moscow said Gromyko and his 30-man delegation are expected to arrive in
New York later today.

Britain's rielraalinn will be head
d hv foreign minister
Selwvn 1
Lloyd.
Foreign minister Mahmoud Faw Faw-xi
xi Faw-xi of the United Arab Republic
will flv in from Cairo.
Foreign ministers of other mem member
ber member states also are expected to at.
tend.
Thu fir, thara has bean no
announcement from Washington
n whefhar Sacratary of Stt
Jahn Featar Dulles would head
tha U.S. taam in what promises
to ba a ho( and furious debate.
Meanwhile acting Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leader Mike Mansfield (D
Mont.1 has charged that the admi administration
nistration administration has been following a
"headless policy with many tails
in the Middle East, based on the
Eisenhower Doctrine which he
called a "feeble cocoon ...(which)
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did not protect anyone from any-

thing."
Mansfield levelled his criti
cisms Y'erday during a Sen Senate
ate Senate debate on foreign policy in
which Democrats qenerally criti criticized
cized criticized and Republicans defended
administration Middle East ac.
tions.
Sen Homer Capehart (R.Ind.l.
a member of the Senate Foreign
Relations committee, and others
chided Democrats for denouncing
U.S. policies on the eve of the U
N. General Assembly emergency
meeting on the Middle East crisis
Capehart said Mansfield presented

n- "constructive" ideas. Foreign Relations committee.
Sen Hubert H. Humphrey (D praised Mansfield for his "cons "cons-Minn
Minn "cons-Minn another foreign relations tructive criticism."

Lebanese Premier Believes Landing
Of US Marines Averted Massacres

BEIRUT, Aug. (UPD Prime
Minister Sami Solh believes tae
American landings here headed
off an imoending rebel aftick
that would have brought large large-.calr
.calr large-.calr massacres and perhaps his
own assassination.
The aged Prime Minister sain:
"I could have had the same
fate as that or Nuri es-Said (the
Iraai premier killed in the July
14 Baghdad rebellion) if the A A-merican
merican A-merican forces had been 24 hours
late.
"The rebels, who had massed
fresh forces and ammunition from
Syria, were to launch a big at attack
tack attack agairst the Lebanese govern-
mnt and its supporters shortly
af er the Iraqi coup.
"And the results could nave
been one way or the other.
"Then there would have been
i large scale massacres of both gov government
ernment government and anti governmnt
forces.
"Had it not been for the fct
that the U.S. government acted
I in time, the massacres would
have dwarfed the 1840 massa massa-j
j massa-j eras (when Oruze tribesmen kiH kiH-;
; kiH-; d thousands of Christians) and
would hve been comparable on
I ly with the Armenian massacres
1 of World War I."
Solh granted an interview in
the government guest house. He
has lived there since the recent
SUSPECT POLIO
BEIRUT. Lebanon (UPI) A
U.S. Marine spokesman said
yesterday it had not been rie'er rie'er-mined
mined rie'er-mined whether 2nd Lt. Peter
Herrmann, nf Tarrytown, N. Y..
had polio. Herrmann was rushed
from a beach position by helicin helicin-ter
ter helicin-ter and ambulance to the Ameri American
can American hospital in Beirut Wednesday.
He underwent a tracheotomy ;o
help his breathing but was not
placed in an iron lung.

MONEY TO BURN Pleased as anyone would be who had
more money than he could handle, Charles Christenaen,' 6,
right, and his sister, Marilyn, 8, are having a picnic at the
4flth Quadrennial World Conference of llip Seventh-Day Ad Ad-ventists
ventists Ad-ventists in Cleveland. The kids are from La Par., Bolivia, and
thousands of "Roliviano" notes were given to persons attend attending
ing attending the convention in an efTort to encourage mission offerings
"while money still means something. In 1828 the notes would
hp been equal to $250,000 in U.S. currency. Today it would
take 800 of these notes to equal a U.S. dollar.

committee member, renewed his
i demand that Secretary of Sta'
John Foster Dulles resign because
I "his usefulness is at an end."
Chairman Theodore Prancis
Green (D R.I.) of the Foreton
Relations group agreed with
Mansfield that the nation is in
"very deep trouble" in the Mid-
die East and it will take, "much
thought" to reach a solution.
Senate Republican leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland (Calif.) warned
I that "this is not the time to sell
I America short."
But Sen. George D. Aiken (R.

VIA still another member of the
attempt to assassinate him with
a dynamite roadside mine as he
drove from his mountain-top home
to a cabinet eeting.
Solh said the danqer of wide widespread
spread widespread killing would remain as
long as the civilian population
is not disarmed.
He estimated that at least 15,-
000 rifles and 2,000 automatic
weapons were in the hands of
Ik. ,-kU
"That is why every wise politi politician
cian politician consci,ous of the responsibi responsibility
lity responsibility he shoulders demands that
U.S. troops stay in the country to
help restore national unity, peace,
and stability." he said.
Paving tribute to President e e-tlect
tlect e-tlect Fuad Chehab. Solh said:
i "It is comforting to note that
the president-elect in hisfirst ap
peal to the nation emnhasized the
return to national unity and sta stability
bility stability were prerequisite conditions
for the withdrawal of foreign
troops."
Asked what he thought about
solution of Lebanon's future s'a s'a-tus,
tus, s'a-tus, the Prime Minister said he
was studying closely but had not
made up his mind whether a
netural status such as that of
Austria or international guaran guarantees
tees guarantees of intependence were best
suited for. the country.
CLAIMS "TRIMMING" JOB
(BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Ui'T)
Mrs. Pauline Matthews has filed
a $100,000 suit against a slender slenderizing
izing slenderizing salon here on grounds she
got "tri.nmed." She charged that
salon operators were so negligent
in their treatment that they
bruised her, made her "sick and
enrp rauaed hpr to hp hnsnital
'kized, and aggravated a nervous
condition which left her with a
great personality change.

Communist Paper Lambastes
US s Latin American Policy

TOKYO, Aug. 9 (UPU Commu Communist
nist Communist China's Ta Kung Pao declar declared
ed declared today that Secretary ol State
John Foster Dulles' visit to Latin
America failed to quell "the surfc
ing anti-U S. sentiment of the La Latin
tin Latin American people."
The semi official newspaper said
editorially, that in his Aug. 6 state statement
ment statement in Rio de Janeiro, Dulles,
Two Couples Sought
For Murder Of Mayor
Of Alabama Town
SARALAND, Ala. (UPI) A
seven. state alert was out today
for two couples wanted in connec connection
tion connection with the slaying of Mayor
O. L. Driver Wednesday.
Two of the suspects were em employes
ployes employes of the mayor's small loan
.'irm.
Ponce Chief N. W. Patrick said
the four were traveling to Texas
in a 1958 red-and -white four-door
Plymouth.
Patrick identified the two worn,
en as Mrs Betty Richardson,
manager of the business which is
located in nearby Mobile, and
Mrs. Doris Barnett. a clerk.
He said the men were Charles
L. Chatham and Bill Chatham,
brothers from the nearby Eight.
Mile community.
The chief said the two women
closed the loan firm office
Wednesday and left a note in the
trrr, cqff. Driver left wort-' .rly
Wednesday afternoon to "take
care of some business," believed
to be the loan firm.
Driver was killed that night by
'wo shotgun blasts. He was 'h,
from ambush as he got out of his
car parked in the driveway of his
home.
FIRE COOPERATION
WIESBADEN. Germanv (UPI)
-The 7100th Support Wing of the
U.S. Air Force in Europeand the
eity of Wiesbaden are practicing
international cooperation. The A'r
Force group and the city hov
agreed to give each other 'help in
guarding against fire. A f:re
alarm system connecting Ameri American
can American installations and the city are
department has been installed.
The Air Force is also training
German firemen in crash rescue
technique in case a plane crashes
outside the limits of the air h.-.sc

Mississippi Sheriff Acquitted
Of Charge Of Murdering Negro

WATER VALLEY, Miss. (UPI)
An all-white jury Thursday ac
rjuitted a Mississippi sheriff of
charges he beat a Negro prisoner
to death in a case tried before
the same judge whb presided over
the Emmett Till case.
The dead man's wife immedi immediately
ately immediately announced she would leave
this tiny community for good be because
cause because she was "scared."
The jury, made up of fain.ers
and mechanics, deliberated 2R
minutes before finding Yalobuha
Country Sheriff J. G. Buster Tre Tre-Ioar,
Ioar, Tre-Ioar, 36, innocent of manslaughter
in the death of deliveryman Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson Daniels.
While the jury was out, Circuit
Judge Curtis Swa-ngo warned the
courtroom crowd: "There must
be absolutely no demonstrations
when the verdict is read." Swan Swan-go
go Swan-go also presided over the trial in
1955 of two white men accused nl
killing Emmelt Till, a vounfe Ne
gro who allegedly whistled at a
white woman. The men were ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. But the verdict was greeted by by-groans
groans by-groans from a gallery of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes who had observed the four

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"the watchdog of monopoly capi capitalism,"
talism," capitalism," sought "to justify U.S.
' aggression ip the Middle East and
to deck the U.S. imperialists out
as guardians of smaller nations."
The newspaper, controlled by
I the Chinese Communist Party,
said "the U.S. imperialists ... are
those who time and again mobi.
lize gunboats and warplanes to
carry otit ruthless intervention in
the internal af airs of the various
Latin American countries and to
exploit them economically."
It added that in Brazil, "over
350 U.S. companies and two big
j U.S. trusts exercise strict control
I over Brazilian economy."
The Ta Kung Pao said Dulles'
warnings of "international Com.
munist plots" are aimed at
blocking Latin American trade
with the socialist camp. Such
trade, the newspaper said, would
be "based on equality and mu mutual
tual mutual profit."
i But it added that the U.S. 'im 'imperialists
perialists 'imperialists ... employ every milita military,
ry, military, political and economic means
to penetrate the- countries in the
Middle East and Latin America,
j directly and indirectly l0 extort
superprofits for the capitalist mon.
opolies."
The newspaper said that in La Latin
tin Latin America, "where the flames
I of national independence are burn burning,
ing, burning, Dulles could find no handle
!for his sinister maneuvers."
The Ta Kung Pao said the cry.
j"Go home Dulles," is the answer
"to the whole U.S. aggressive no.
licy. It is also the voice of the La La-i
i La-i tin American ricople. The riomina.
tion of Latin America by the U.S.
is tot'ering and heading Tor col

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EnpJish Novelist
And Traveller
;es In London
LONDON, Aug. 9 (UPI) Louis
Golding. novelist and traveller
who made his name with "Mag "Magnolia
nolia "Magnolia Street'' published in 1!31,
died today in a London hospital 1
He was 62.
He had been in hospital Tor a a-bout
bout a-bout a week. i
Manchesterv- horn Louis GoH'w
was educated at Manchester)
Grammar School and Queen's
College, Oxford, where he edited
an undergraduate magazine. Aft-
er serving in the first world war
he travelled widely and wrote of
his experiences.
In 1924 published "Sunward." i
Since then he has -been prnducins!
books at the rate of more than one
a year.
day proceedings from the court
room balcony. There were no
further demonstration
"I'm getting out of Water Val Valley
ley Valley for good," said Mrs. Ann Ann-Margaret
Margaret Ann-Margaret Daniels, the Nero's
widow. "I'm hurt and I'm scar
ed. I don't know how 1 'm ever
going to pay Wilson's meriica1
and funeral (Vinenses and take
care of our five children."
In Jackson, Miss., the slate
chapter of the National Associa
tion for tlin Advancement of Co Colored
lored Colored People issued a statement
saying th arnuittal "should iodi
rale to Negroes in Mississ;nni
that thev should expect no jus justice
tice justice in Mississippi courts
Prosecution witnesses told the
jury Treloar beat Daniels repeat
edly with a blackjack while the
Negro was in jail on a bootleg bootlegging
ging bootlegging charge.
, Treloar admitted striking Din
iels in defense of himself and nth-ej-
prisoners, hut denied hitting
the deliveryman on Hip hea l
After the trial he picked up the
blackjack and put it in his pock pocket.
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MERCY FLIGHT U S. Air Force flight nurse Sarah Galvin and the pilot of an Air Fore
ancraft, carefully board Bruce Waddcli, age 10, for a flight from Albrook Air Force Base to
Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.. (U.S. Army Photo) Uluu A,r rorce aase'W
tittle Army Bey Files Fram Afbrcok To Waiter Reed

It was a long flight for a sick
little boy to make, but, Bruce
Waddell, 10, was not afraid to go
home in the dark. A great many
kind-hearted people had made
sure that when he left Albrook
Air Force Base yesterday morn
ing, he would travel to Walter
Reed Hospital in Washington,
D.C., as fast and as comfortably
as humanly possible.
Bruce, the on of Mrs. Waddell
nn1 1st Lt. Douglas Waddell ot
D Battery, 7P4th AAA Battalion,
was hospitalized in Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital July 3 with a bacterial in infection.
fection. infection. When the young lad no long longer
er longer resnonded to local treat treatment,
ment, treatment, it was decided to fly him
back to Wn'ter Reed, recogniz recognized
ed recognized as one of the greatest medi
cal centers of the world.
Pruce's trip can rightly oe
called a "mercy flight," because
that is exactly what it was.
But the trip was not unique.
Similar trips have been arranged
in the past from the Canal Zone
to hospitals in the United States.
The wav Bruce's trip was ar arranged,
ranged, arranged, however, is unioue and
indicative of the wav the U.S.
Army looks after dependents of
its personnel. It is also indicative
of the close teamwork between
the branches of the U.S. Defense
Establishment in this case,
the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air
Force.
The Adjutant General, UoAR UoAR-CARIB,
CARIB, UoAR-CARIB, and his personnel figur figured
ed figured largely in Bruce's flight be because
cause because there were orders to be
cut. papers to be filled out. and
many small tasks accomplished
before the trip could begin. All
these things were done In mini mum
time.
Members of the Surgeon's Sec
tion, USARCARIB, coordinated
minute- details with Gorgas Hos
nital. The staff duty officer,
USARCARIB, did his part part-sometimes
sometimes part-sometimes late at night in tret
tine- the sick little boy airlifted
to Walter Reed Hospital.
Bruce knows nothing; about
the many people who kindly
gave of their time to make
sure that he will receive the
finest medical treatment the
United States can offer the

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same kind of treatment re recently
cently recently given the President of
the United Sitates during his
illness.
Bruce probably does not know
that Mrs. Waddell couidn't go a a-long
long a-long on the trip, but Waddell
couid and did make the trip to
stnr.i b1' his son's side durinsi
h"s t'-ertment at Walter Reed
Hospital.
Not only Waddell. but Capt.
Russell L. Hushes, eye -ear nose -throat
specialist from the Fort
Clayton Dispensary, went along
to make sure that little Bruce
reached his destination well and
safe.
U Air Force flight nurse. 1st
Lt. Sarah Galvin. was aboard the
aircraft, when it left Albrook Air
Racist Kasoer Now
In Nashville Mler
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Aug.
(UPD Segregationist John lias
! per was reported to be in Nash Nashville
ville Nashville todav 'ollowing a brief "so "social
cial "social visit" in Knoxville.
Kasner. who was released irom
federal prison Aug. 1, told U.S.
I Commissioner Frank Quarles here
vesterday that he was no longer
interested in "migration in E'-ist
Tennessee sehools.
He baid what he called a "so-
i cial visit" to the Marshall's office
The lanky New Jersey native was
arrested by Quarles several time's
and was convicted in federal court
here for his part in the Clinton
High School integration troubles.
Mrs. Lee Foster, wife of the
Knoxville contractor who put up
a $1,000 bond for Kasper on an another
other another charge, said he visited bc.ef bc.ef-ly
ly bc.ef-ly and then left for Nashville.
He indicated earlier he would
go to Nashville to prepare fo- his
appeal hearing there on another
conviction growing out of raci;il
violence in school integration
last year.
SUCCESS!

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MONTGOMERY CtlFT
ELIZABETH TAYLOR
EVA MARIE SAINT i,
RAINTREE COUNTY

co ilirrinj
NIGEL PATRICK LEE
to Europe Via Avhnca and
for Your Tickee at the

wugnes should- It be needed.

WnPTl T.fM "rMOl-rnt f ifrht" a!
uriv a i .m ft r T.nera rn c- ot-ii
aarxness to Washington.
The troviofi.,, f 1-.
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and he was sped on his wav In
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hopes Bruce will pull through it
an rignt.
Other little boys like Bruce will
probably make similar flights in
the future. But it won't be until
much later that thev fullv real
ise ini-i iiic u'liieu oi.aws AT
my has the biggest heart o?
earth.
Prime Minister
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Hero's Welcome
ACCRA. Ghana (UPD-Primt
Afinister Kwnmo Mlri-iimoU
ceived a hero's welcome front
thousands of his countrymen ves ves-'erday
'erday ves-'erday when he returned from a
tour o' the United States, Canadi
and (Britain.
Nkruman told a cheering crowd
at the f'ie-draned airport h's tritJ
to the United States and Canadi
was "very useful."
... ,f ywtreot your rtoqsa guest
bke members of the family they'll
cut their visit short. u,
TODAY

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