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PANAMA, R. TUESttAT, AUGUST 12, 1958
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Air Search Called Off,
Pilot In Buenaventura
A search by US Army and
Air Force planes from the Canal
Zont was terminated today
when word was received that
the aircraft was down in Coqul,
Colombia, and the passengers
Friday evening the Rescue
Coordination Centre at Albrook
Air Force Baie was notified
that a Cessna 180 which had
left Tocumen Airport for Call,
Colombia, w'fh five hoars of
fuel was overdue and believed
Two Air Force C-47s from Al-br.-.ok
AFB and an L-19 from
the Aviation Detachment 1st
Battle Group 20th Infantry at
Fort Kobbe flew search mis
sions over the weekend but
failed to locate the missing
This morning:, a pilot from
the 937th Engineer Co. (Avia (Aviation)
tion) (Aviation) IAGS, who arrived at
Howard Field, brought infor information
mation information on the plane. He had
spoken wit hthe pilot, Charles
Meyers, in Buenaventura, Co
lombia, on Monday.
Meyers iS believed to be a
U.S. citizen but no word was
available on where he makes
his home or who was on the
flight with him.
The 937th filer is 1st Lt. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph P. Morris, assigned to the
IAGS project in Bogota, who
flew a De Havllland Beaver
here for maintenance. Meyers
told Morris that he had mis mistaken
taken mistaken Coqul for his destination
and ran out of gas while cir circling
cling circling in an attempt to find an
airfield there. In making a
beach landing the plate hit
driftwood and went out of con
trol. A wing and the landing:
SffhSt damafc6d T money hi & able
PUBLIC WORKS MINISTER
Roberto Lopez Fabrega, under
fire for not revealing nis min min-iutrv's
iutrv's min-iutrv's feeder road plans, said
today the plans are not exactly i
secret, but iney wouiu not uc
revealed until he knows just
how much money will be ap
propriated for lt out of a $ju.
nnnnnn loan Panama is nego
Lopez Fabrega, said the plan
was drafted exclusively by ex
perts with no political leanings
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or ainiiauons ana wm uc ic-
vealed as soon as he knows now
TS A FAR CEY from 'jet planes to this battered motorcycle
on which exprlot David' Lom&s travelled from the States to
Panama, bMt the jMtiJtaQof transport, he says, are just
about" 'as" hBlfrdcWer'mn otner.
Former British Jet Pilot Clatters
Into Town On Battered Motorcycle
Gl From Taboga
met. William D. Houehland of
1364 AAA Headquarters Co.
USARCARIB was flown from
Taboga Island by helicopter last
night for possible surgery. The
24-year-old soldier was admit admitted
ted admitted to Gorgas Hospital where
he Is now undergoing diagnostic
procedures and observation to
determine the need for surgical
David Lomas, 2! year-old former
let pilot, clattered into Panama
City yesterday on a battered o;d
bright-green motorcycle alter a
hectic journey down through Cui
tral America which landed him
in the Chirtqui Land Company's
hospitim Puerto Armuelles.
Lomas, a Britisher, who servel
his drait hitch with a NATO Air
Force group in Canada, could
have sailed back to England in
luxury when he left he Air Farce
some months ago. Instead he
chose to rough it on a motorcycle
jaunt into the tropics. v.
Baby Gels Navy
Dad's And Army
celled at Gorgas Hospital this
Z ir. at. 1 o'clock when a
&.v man's wife, the daughter
r.1 an Armv Seraeant, gave birth
iX Hwkti uound. 12 ounce
bBoth the father, POl "Vancis
'Marine, of Rodman, ani his
wife, the daughter of Sfc. and
Mrs. Clifford W. Ralph, of Fort
Gullck are doing fine. The baby
was named Frank Clifford,
named for the father and
grandfather, who are of com comparable
parable comparable rank in the two serv serv-Ices.
Ices. serv-Ices. The couple were wed last
September in an impressive
wedding at the Gullck Chapel.
Ralph is with the Public In Information
formation Information Office, Fort Gulick,
and the baby's father, Marino
is with the Communications
division at Rodman Naval Base.
The Marinos make their home
First hi got a job at a detec-
five and debt-collector for a fi finance
nance finance company in the States
but he did not car for that be because
cause because he felt sorry for the peo people
ple people he should have got nasty
He decided a job heaving con con-Crete
Crete con-Crete would be m'ore congenial
and by this means saved enov.gh
to buy his machine and provide
subsistence money for the trip.
He made the trip almost wi'h
out mishap but was felled on the
last lap by amoebic dysentry. He
found himself in a doss hoasa
in Puerto Armuelles in great pain
and discomfort and had no mon money
ey money for the hospitalization he loud loudly
ly loudly needed. (
Finally a fruit company doc
tor visited him and said "hos "hospital
pital "hospital first and we'll talk about
money some other time."
In Panama, Lomas accepted an
invitation to str,y with Edward
Biggs, first secretary to the Brit
ish Embassy here.
He sails for England on FnJay
by courtesy of the British govern government
ment government who will pay part of the
travel expenses which were dun
to him on his discharge from the
Meyers then made his way
some 85 miles to Buenaven Buenaventura
tura Buenaventura where he contacted the
U.S. Consul for assistance.
At noon Saturday, the C-47
took off from Albrook on the
search with Mai. Fav Adams as
pilot and C-ipt. Wilbur H.
Stokes as ?o-u;lot. Two mis
sions were flown SUndav with
Adams and Capt. Condon M.
Hunter In one plane and Capt.
Edward L. Pierson and 1st Lt.
Albert J. Gabrysh In the other.
On Sunday afternoon 1st Lt.
Wallace Frank in of the 1st
Battle Group Aviation Detach Detachment
ment Detachment flew a search misjio.i a a-long
long a-long the Colombian coast in an
The heliconier left Albrook at
?.l(i .art niei cf'.er an emer
gency call had been raceived
from the island. MaJ; Lloyd Mc-Cn-fldy,
Air Kea rescue com comma!
ma! comma! ifr, wu the phot.
0 pt. Jam'js R. Markett",
flirr; t surpycii from Albrook, ac ac-c
c ac-c av s.nieri i v and took care
of the patient.
Will Steam Through
Tha Dominican Republic Nay'i
frigate Presidente Trujillo with the
president's playboy son aboard is
due to transit the Panama Canal
But indications are that Trujillo
Jr. will not be stopping off for i i-nv
nv i-nv pleasure-seeking in Panama.
The frigate has notified the Ca Canal
nal Canal disDatching oftice that she
will arrive at Balboa at about mid
The U.S Navy said todav the
Presidente Tru.nllo had not re-! law
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Lt. GRANT S. DIAL
The Panama Electoral Tri Tribunal
bunal Tribunal expects to issue some
jurors at the Rtrben Miro mur murder
der murder trial, are reported to be
still in Panama todav and
with no Intention of leaving
Information obtained from
alr'ine sources yesterday had
indicated that Chang. Ouintero
and Miss Imelda Saeel had d d-oarted
oarted d-oarted for Miami on the same
plane Saturday night. It was
confirmed today that Miss Sa Saeel
eel Saeel is the only one who left o i
the plane for Miami.
The Panama Electoral Trio
unal expects to issue some
427,800 new cedulas (identifi (identifi-catton
catton (identifi-catton ed ) by 1980, it was
revealed yesterday duting
Tribunal chairman Isias B. !-nfila
nfila !-nfila also warned that all per persons
sons persons whose namesi appeared on
list which was published two
Weeks ago in all the Spanish-
language newspapers should go
to the Central Fire Station to
have themselves photographed
for the new cedula.
He said the present cedulas
held by those persons will be
declared invalid and they will
De punisnea as prescrmea oy
quested docking space so presum
ably intended to steam straight
through Canal Zone waters.
The frigate went through the
Canal a few weeks ago on its
way to Acapulco, Mexico to meet
Dominican strongman's son, who
had sailed down from Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles in the family yacht Angelita.
The process of photographlne
those oersons whose name's were
published is being conducted
daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The tribunal also announced
that all persons already photo photographed
graphed photographed will start receiving their
new cedulas1 tomorrow at the
Central Fire Station.
Gaither Sworn Ir To American Legion
Tonight For Little
Charles J. Turner
Rosary services for Charles J.
Ti er, 10-year-old boy who was
ki at tile Curundu swimming
poc iturday, will be held to
night rff oclock in the Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital Chanel:
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
in Our Lady of Fatima Chapel
in Curundu. The services will
be conducted by the Rev. James
Interment will follow at Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal Cemetery.
Of Bar Murder
A jury of seven deliberated for
orte hour and 45 minutes last night
before bringing in a verdict of
guilty as charged against Siivts
tre Stoute, a Panama calypso
singer known as "Two-Gun Smo
Stoute was charged with the
scissors murder of elderly James
Stewart in a bar while in a dr'ink dr'ink-en
en dr'ink-en rage last October. Stoute
pleaded not guilty, claiming that
he had no personal emnity with
Stewart and did not remember
anything about the killing.
Witnesses said Stoute ran to
his home nearby after having an
argument with another man in
the Cantina Graham on 22nd
Street, Guachapali, and came Dack
armed with a pair of seissors
with which he stabbed Stewart,
who had just walked into tho bar
and was going back out.
The calypso singer's defense was
conducted by attorney Jose M
Faundes with Carlos A. Lopez as
the prosecuting attorney.
Sentence will be handed down
shortly by Justice tedro Fenian
dez Parilla who presided over the
Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither,
commander in chief of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command, was sw.orn into
the American Legion last night
at a joint meeting of Posts No.
1 and No. 7 held at the Amer American
ican American Legion Club, Fort Amador.
Together with five other new
Legionnaires, the general rais
ed his hand to repeat the Le Le-gien
gien Le-gien oath with Panama Canal
department commander Alfred
Gaither joined Post No. 1,
Fort Amador, inducted into the
post with him were Col. John
D Conev, commander of Fort
Clayton;" Lt. Col. J. A. Moore,
commander of Fort Amador;
and Capt. James R. Lawrence,
aide to the general; also James
C. Johnson and Wade Huffman,
Joining Post No. 7, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton were Lome N. vause, Jr.
and Earl Bievins.
Claude C. Campbell, national
executive committeeman of the
Legion, presented Legion but buttons
tons buttons and membership certifi certificates
cates certificates to the new Legionnaires.
Presiding over the meeting
was Dan Paeiita, commander
of l egion Post No. 1, assisted
r.v Claris I. Wllklns, :om-
mondSr of Post No. 7. Officiat Officiating
ing Officiating as chaplain was Robert U.
Schultz, while A. J. Gasperl
executed the duties of adjutant.
A memorial service was neia
for Russell Demers, longtime
member of post No. 1 and In Inspector
spector Inspector for :he Panama Canal
Contract and Inspection Dis District,
trict, District, who died Sunday morning.
Post No. 1 has also been an announced
nounced announced as tesponsible for fu funeral
neral funeral services for the late Mr.
Demers, to be held at five o' o'clock
clock o'clock Friday afternoon at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas chapel,
Howard S. Penrod received -certificate
of meritorious service
and appreciation as a valuable
member of Post No. 1 on the
occasion of his departure for
the United States.
A reception for old and new
members of the Legion follow followed
ed followed the special meeting, Among
Grant S. Dial
The Naval officer who directed
the salvage and repair work of th
crippled MSTS cargo ship that cnl cnl-lided
lided cnl-lided with a German merchant
vessel o f Colombia in 1955 today
left for duty in the States.
Lt. Grant S. Dial, executive of
ficer of the Rodman Naval Sta Station
tion Station for the last six months, sailed
ahoard the MSTS transport Goe-
thaU this mornine with his wile
and familv. He will be assigned
to the Naval Air Guided Missile
Testinc Center at Pt. Mugu, Ca
During nearly five years duty
in th Canal Zone. Dial has been
headauarters annex officer of, the
15th Naval Disbfkt, Navy "srtore
natvnl nMirer and- ioint executive
and military personnel officer of
the Rodman Naval Station.
As raptain fbr two years of lb"
sea-going tug Paiute before com.
ing to Panama, Dial earned a re reputation
putation reputation as a master of seaman seaman-shin
shin seaman-shin salvage operations.
In 1955 he dirtcttd tht trickly
undarwater salvage oprtion of
the MSTS cargo ship AKL I7,
which ctfllitled with German
tanker off Cartagena, Colombia.
He patched up a gaping hole in
the cargo vessel's side by sealing
rtt the oneninq with matfresses
and wooden boards.
Upon leaving the Paiute, "Mus "Mustang
tang "Mustang Dial, a former quartermaster
who came up through the rani?
to win his commission, had logged
more than 15 years at sea in his
20 years of naval service.
Locally the Idaho-born officer
has been branch president of the
Latter Day Saints Church for the
last two years.
Accompsnving Dial to Pt. Moan
will be his wife Colleen, his li-year-old
son Larry, and 10-ycar
bid daughter Lana Kay.
EnnvT they plan to visit Dir. t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sapuel L.
Dial of 1376 W. 33rd So., Salt
Lake City, Utah; and Mrs. uiai s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell of Shelley, Idaho.
12,000 GIs Stay
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Aug. 12 (UPD Adm. James I.
Holloway announced today that a 1700-man battalion of
U.S. Marines will embark tomorrow in the first withdrawal
of American forces that landed here last month.
He said the partial withdrawal is taking place in
agreement with outgoing President Camille Chamoun and
his successor. Mai. Gen. Fuad Chehab. that "there ha
been material improvement in the internal and external
security situation of Lebanon."
The battalion's pull-out will leave about 12,000 U.S.
Marines and paratroopers still ashore here.
The Marines will depart by landing craft over tlif
same beaches they hit 27 days ago in the first American
military Intervention since Korea,
The token withdrawal had been experted. The air
began clearing some weeks ago when Chehab, commander
of the Lebanese army, was elected president by parlia parlia-mnt
mnt parlia-mnt as a compromise candidate of government and rebel
Meanwhile in Washington Secret- ences with U.N. secretary-general
arv of State John Foster Dulles Dag Hammarskjold and with Brit-
in New Ydrk to take "poaitt e. don. v JS3L-
tion" which will make peace in me me united states was report-
Middle East more assured.
He also said a decision will be
made letor today on whether
President Eisenhowtr will- per personally
sonally personally attend the session to
spell out U.S. proposals of stab stabilizing
ilizing stabilizing the Middle East.
Dulles left Washington by p'anc
for New York after conferring
with th. President.
DullCfPlkes personal commana
tf ready to present a solid plan
for Middle East economic Jy.
lopment. Both Britain ana) ths
United States were said to fav favor
or favor a strong U.N. police fare t
maintain peace in the Mickfb
Exact details of the American
plan were a tightly-held aeeret.
But informed sources in Wasning.
ton said they will be unfolded on only
ly only if it becomes clear the seson
pnarantee Middle East peace anr
security at the emergency session
of the General Assembly.
He planned immediate coii.er-
9 New Permanent
Nine new permanent employes
joined the Canal organization
during the last two weeks In
July, according to information
released by the Personnel Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. The new employes Included
Col. Thomas G. Faison, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of Gorgas Hospital:
Mat. Harvey C. Jones, military
assistant to the Governor: Dr.
Carl M. Lineback. medical of officer
ficer officer at Gorgas Hospital: Alvls
B. Carr, Jr., hospital adminstra adminstra-Uve
Uve adminstra-Uve trainee at Gorga.s Hospital
ind Barbara A. Arreguin. clerk
typist in the Personnel Bureau.
New emploves who have been
omployed previously with the
Panama fueiza y l,"' Canal organization are: Dr. Orn
Co. announced yesteraay j1 Trinn, of Knld. Oklahoma Dr
Fuerza y Luz Bond
Issue Sold Out
in Record Time
The Panama Fuerza y Luz
itc icnp ni securities umw-.
consisting of three per cent
bond debentures and three
common stocks) was oversub oversubscribed
scribed oversubscribed in the short period of
seven and a nan aays.
T. E. Oglesby, vice presiaem
and general manager oi me
r-nmnanv. said the faith shown
LT. GEN. RIDGELY GAITHER, commander In crilef of- Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Command (center, receives his American Legion but button
ton button and membership certificate from Claude C. Campbell, a a-tlonal
tlonal a-tlonal executive committeeman of tne Legion, as the general
is Inducted Into the American Legion last night at a Joint meet meeting
ing meeting ot Poets No. 1 and No. 7 held at the American Legion Club,
Fort Amador. Being Inducted at the same time Is Col. John D.
Coney, commander of Fort Clayton. Both officers Joined Post
No. 1, of Amador. (U.S. Army Photo).
those present were Mrs. Gai Gaither;
ther; Gaither; Miss Matilda P. McComas,
Galther's cousin who Is visit visiting
ing visiting the family from Washlng-
ton, t).C: Mrs. Moore; Mrs.
Gauvin; and past American Le Legion
gion Legion Department Auxiliary Pres President
ident President Eleanor Becker.
it was sold in the form of
"units." with three 6 per cent,
debenture bonds and three
common stocks making up a
Oglesby said the company's
1958 construction program, a a-mountlfig
mountlfig a-mountlfig to $2,4f)l,00n, will be
partly financed on the funds
raised from the sale of the
"units." Ir regird to future fln fln-jnclni
jnclni fln-jnclni of this nature, Oglesby
stated he hoped the bnput un
ity would again present itself
whereby Investors could par participate
ticipate participate in the growth of the
company along with the republic's.
tnriav of the Western campaign to wants to adopt a constructiW etu
yiudrii iu mi me n,asi out of po political
litical political ann economic chaos.
The U.S. plan was believed flu fluid
id fluid enough to allow for last-minute
changes after consultations with
allies atid after State Department
trouble shooter Robert Murphy
confers in Washington today with
Yesterday President Eisenhower
exchanged cordial expression.- of
friendship with President Gamal
Abdel Nasser of the United Arab
Republic, who was once accused
by the West of instigating trouble
in the Middle East.
The occasion for the exchange
was the presentation by the new
U.A.I?, ambassador, Moustafa Ra Ra-mel,
mel, Ra-mel, of his diplomatic credentials
during a 20 minute White -House
visit with the President.
Nasser relayed through his en envoy
voy envoy "his sincere friendship and
good wishes for continued happi happiness
ness happiness and prosperity of the Amer American
ican American people" and his best wishes
for the President personally.
The President asked Kamel to
convey his same sentiments to
Nasser and the peoples of the U.
Kamel himself said the Presi President
dent President was "very helpful" during
their conference and listened care carefully
fully carefully as the ambassador outlined
some of the factors that led to
the Middle East crisis. He said
Eisenhower promised him i"fuli
cooperation" in his new post hire.
"I know he is a man of peac
and he will always struggle for
peace," Kamel said of the .Presi .President
dent .President after their talk. He describ
ed Eisenhower as "one of thV
greatest leaders of our times "in
the quest for international stand
in and the championing of peace
in the world."
Kamel dared angrily when one
newsman asked him about the
charge of King Hussein of Jor Jordan
dan Jordan that Nasser is a tool of the
"Hussein can say what he IHtM
but this is not true," he snap snapped.
ped. snapped. The President had to juggle bit
appointment scheduled in order to
work in his conference with Dul Dulles
les Dulles on the final form of the U S.
proposals for the emergency as assembly
sembly assembly meetini.
i TTrik V. Michelsen. of New Yor!:
City: Dr. Jaime L. Barraa. of
David. Panama,; and Dorothv T).
Douelas. clerk stenosranher In
the Industrial Division at Mount
Roth Dr Irion and Dr Barrazn
will be stationed at Coco Solo
Hosnital Dr. Mtrhelson is mm
by the investors of Panama in,, thft Goras Hospital staff as
the future of the company aua atno1(yist
republic alike. Is overwhelming
He also extended his congratu-
Uitions to the stock brokers ana Vh UftllCA
company officials who particl-j HG !WM4C
pated in the successful market-
ing of these securities. iW II nACtillA!
At a press conierence in,viv in imii
the company's office on Aug. Ii
Oglesby announced the offering pjrP sgt Eldcn G. ftmse, of
of $1,200,000 In securities. Mak-jthe Cristobal Fire District, died
ing this offering somewnsi oui earlv this mnrmn' in coco hoin
of the ordinal v is the fact that; Hospital where he had been a
July 27. He wrii
5C year:; old.
A native nf Grundy Center
Iowa, Sgt. Rouse came tc the
Isthmus In 1042 and joined the
Canal Zone Fire Division short
ly afterwards. Ke was promot
ed tn the srince of Serjeant
All nf his service had Vr-n en,
the Atlantic m:1c with the Cr)s- Jose Lopez,, 36, Salvadorian wst
tobal Fire Dl"!sion. i fined $30 and sent to jail for It.
He Is survived by his wife, days by Judge Loien B. Hillsin Hillsin-Mrs.
Mrs. Hillsin-Mrs. Mary Rouse, who is em- ger at Cristobal Magistrates Court
ployed by the Industrial Dlvi- today when he pleaded guilty to
slon In Cristobal stealing a cheet and two pillow-
Funeral services will be an- cases from Cristobal Commissary,
nounced later. whore he worked.
Sheet Thief Gets
in)$30 Fine, 10 Days
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(OA l MONTH A IN ABVANCS.
FOR INI VIAA IN AAVANCt
THIS IS TOUK 0UM TH1 HEADERS OWN COLUMN
Th. MUM Box open forum tor niiin Th 'jnimi American
L.nen sr. received rittiuy and arc handled im a wht.ll, eon.Wer.rial
""""? r eonfribyte a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't oppei the
next day terrors art published in tho ordat received
Plaate tr to keep tha latters limited to one pat lenfth
Identity ot tetter writers is held in strictest confidence
.) newspaper assumes no responsibility toi statements or opinions
used in letters treat readers.
THE MAIL BOX
Th. local-rate labor unions
riieiA mras as w.&m ran..,
ous specific Panama so well represented
tjefanieis can take their pick. apnp,M ODeratine in the Canal
' Tne US governmen t via its agencies opting in pan
Zone, is tar and away .'""ave any doubts on this
ama. Any students or politlcos who
point are recommended to check the. "-"cso I now y
raters have auit US government employ in tne past u.ic y
of Panama. Should the union s bid erited economic
Panamanians without enough to eat, without nomes 111 o
Sist way below a standard 1 ol : Imng which can be a cepUdt
location of the enterprise concerneeVM hey re bemg nwre pr
tical than if thy had come out for the flat $l-an nour uo ieu
Ural minimum applicable on the Canal Zone at
t recommend Canal Zonians and other Americans wno di
S? rancor and f?e of servility, are calculated to do more good
?or X PLanU-in-the-street than any of the headline headline-hunting,
hunting, headline-hunting, Sell-pwlalmed patriots among the politicians and the
To seek to do good for the mtfti,
than the Panamanians-in-the-Umon-Club Is, I think, a warme.
patriotism. Greatest Good for the Greatest Number
I'm a little late getting round to it, but I would like to give
1 "Real American1 .Mail Box, July 16 1 my own definition of a
tealBAeSCngn a real American is not easy. It comes to us lit lit-tip
tip lit-tip hv little as we try to forget ourselves and think of otners,
iStfSS totui Golden Rule "Do unto others as ; you
would have others do unto you" and "Judge not, test ye be judg judged
ed judged A real American keeps love In his heart, and will never
be harsh or cruel in dealing with anyone.
There are neople who turn politeness on and off like a
; wateT faucet With people they wish to impress they are the
' soul of courtesy. With others, they cannot be bothered to ob observe
serve observe even '.he common rules of politeness. ,v,m
A real American is never a snob. He makes all with whom
t r v,t tho fnnnt with him. and are
he comes in contact, icci ""-j
important to him lmor.an shoul(1 reallze there are1
values in life above and beyond just day to day living. When
he first came to the Zone, did he take a good look at himself?
in my opinion there isn't anything wrong with the Americans
aown here. I am an American civilian (Navy civil service).
If "Real American" dislikes the Zonians so much, why
doesn't he ask for a new duty station where he won t be bother bothered
ed bothered with "selfish, narrow-minded trash"?
Let me offer him this recipe:
"Be careful in your selection. Do not choose too young, and
take only such varieties as have been reared in a good moral
atm"Eveneuoor varieties may be made Sweet, tender and good
If garnished with patience, well seasoned with smiles and flavor flavored
ed flavored with kisses Then wrap well in a mantle of charity, keep
warm with a steady fire of domestic devotion, and serve with
the fruits of constant devotion, and the milk of human kind kindness."
ness." kindness." Thus do you prepare a real American. m M C
r.. t-... m, c,,rrPiir,n
tion" of Colon's unemployed to the US why not aggressive mi migration
gration migration to Russia Instead? Curious
The United States Is supposed to be such a safety-conscious
nation. How is It then, that an accident such as the one at
Curundu Pool last weekend could have happened?
A ten-year-old bov, who couldn't have weighed very much,
! just climbo onto the bottom shelf of a very heavy locker In the
i shower room and It Is sufficient to send it toppling towards him.
The locker must have been rickety, and yet nobody noticed.
The people responsible for installing the lockers never realized
the killer potentiality of something so innocent as a shower
room locker. And there are safety experts swarming all over
military and commercial Installations nowadays.
Of course they have now fixed the lockers securely to the
wall but that does not help the parents of the ten-year-old boy.
Curundu pool seems to have a Jinx on It, since another ten-
year-old was drowned there recently. It Is not fair to blame the
', life guards for this death. It is difficult to keep track of every
bobbing; head In a crowded pool.
But the safety men ought to take stock of themselves and
I their job. Especially where children are concerned, they ought
to be absolutely certain that tragedies like this cannot happen.
Children are unpredictable. They enjoy climbing things, tamper--4na
with things, often smashing things. A safety man should
take all this into account.
Safe and Sure
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By VICTOR RIESEL
MUNICH We, the peoplt of
the United States, are being told
to go to hell by the very saif So Socialist
cialist Socialist labor leaders whom we
gave haven, food, clothing and
jobs in our land during the Hitler
regime and then helped revive
their power.'ul organizations af after
ter after the war.
These are the leaders of the
DGB, the 6,000,000 member Ger German
man German national labor federation.
They are basically arU.S. in,J
have told their construction trades
unions not to supply workers lor
the building of launching rarppa
for short ranse guided missiles
here. These are the only land
weapons the Russians respect to today.
day. today. Yet the German union chiefs
have made a political decision far
beyond legitimate bounds of union
German contractors here are
ready tu buiU' the ramps for us
and for the German government
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer iid
German President Theodor Heuss
with whom I've had a few words
in our hotel here, are for atomic
armament and have ordered 20
Matador missiles and six launch launching
ing launching ramps from our country. But
the German labor high comman:!
has refused to build or. install the
necessary groundwork for their
The DOB chiefs, whom the A
merican labor movement supplied
with money and moral support
with such simple items as paper,
typewriters, desks and strength a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Communists in the cha chaotic
otic chaotic days right after the war, Slavs
told their regional unions to pro promise
mise promise full supoort to workers who
refuse to build such ramps "n
grounds ot conscience."
There is precedent for such de decisions.
cisions. decisions. In the German iron and
steel induslri s 'Ik't rire power powerful
ful powerful works councils in each rjlant
generally domin"'sd by the nation-1
al union chiefs. These councils rt ;
not part o 'hr M or move'n 'nti
as we know it in the states. Th:
unions note have onlv nali inal
and state-wide outfits. They have!
no local unions.
In the iron and steel Industri
the councils and the regional u
nios have the power to veto man
agement decision'- on the typ:- of
i i ...u- ,l L- t: j ,i ..
uruuucis Willi, i me irini ui-A iut-.s
in ..... I.'.... ,-l .. .... if n
iw uiuuutr. l wi 1 1 laitt lit t. it .11
giant steel corporation, similar to
U.S. Steel vnn to shift from
making metal for turbines to
hammerinc out 'Mate for tank',
the union can refuse to work or
the new produc' ; '" dispute then
a special arbitration
which cruci ally is dimij
nated by labor people. The bomd
can then back un the union. If it
does not, the union can still strike.
For example, there is an a'T a'T-ic
ic a'T-ic f ea etoY'Here 'trfMtirrfch TtS con construction
struction construction was delayed for ninths.
The powerful metal and construc construction
tion construction worker5 union simoly re refused
fused refused to work on the project. Thrv
were again-"' it h- -e they just
don't want to recon t e the atom.
Also they nVTtsnd- i-mvs wi'h i
complex series of safety regula
tions. The- -nip 1 tk- i-ihl to
name the n""iber of doctors, rho
areas in ""rsnn could work
and exactlv what welfare benefits
. ....1 i i:.
wo"lri accrue to "risk" worV.
Their concern is understanHablp.
But the i'bor chiefs, sitting in
Duesseldorf, did exercise a veto
over a private c -Miction job.
The government firj'ly passed Hie
laws and 'h1 rea'- was built.
The agitation continued under
the ae"' of Atom D"ilh Commit
tees dlinsored by the Socialist
and Hi bo chief.. They aie a
gainst such armament of the Gr
man troops and r" ours, too, sin
ply because they n't want to ir
ritate the Snc'l'St state known as
the Soviet Union. The Munich vr
lice finally hf
Committee records here
But the lab"t- ' N hold the
threat of a national strike over the
government's troubled head. They
have run demonstrations in m?nv
cities. Some of those have been in
the Ruhr, the Pittsburgh of Ger
manv. Others h'" hppn in West,
Berlin, here in Munich and it:
smaller West G-rmpn comnmrl
ties. One was in Frankfurt, wheiv
the Socialist -government, dominat
ed by the national union DO'!
rhiefs, said that if German or A
merican troops attempt to proteci
the area with atomic missiles the
city would cut off water and e!ec
Another area is Hamburg, the
great port. There not too long ago
the unions ordered hundreds of
dockworkers off he'- jobs for an
Atom Death rally. The man who
tried to whip ihem up in the har
bor, through which U.S. forces get
considerable supplies, was none
other than the city's Mayor Ma;:
This Socialist gent fled Hitler.
He was received by American
trade unionists. He was financed,
fed and given a warm welcome
for years. For many years hi liv
ed off the fat o' our land. I bear
personal witness to Max IBrauer's
comfort. Now I bear personal wit
ness of his betrayal of his former
But also I can attest to the fac'
that the German working people
are not giving more than lip serv
ice and oolite hand clapping sup
port to their Socialist chiefs.
l guess an tne tight has gone
out o; the comfortabl German
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NEA Senict, le.
I was just thinking that if
there is any more argument about
wnere we'll hold the summit talks,
it might as well be in my house on
ttle costa Brava 01 spain. I'm
not using the joint right now, and
a little summer rent wouldn't
come in unhandy,
Just as the ancy real estate
people offer prospectuses in the
coaied-paper magazines, 1 will
tei you aboul my facilities. (I got
some ol me preuiesi acuiiies,
named Carmen and Cristina and
in the Cosla Brava bui-
big, kind of slung-
near to-near gether house that slouches
111 n 1
north of Barcelona dnd
nough to Perpignan to make a I
getaway over the Pyrenees if
It sits right on a swimming
poui you nun i nave 10 ciean tne
contains Carmen, the head
gal, and her aunt, Cristlna, who
is a jCook in seven languages. Car Carmen
men Carmen looks 'like ETIizabefh Taylor.
Cristina looks like Ingrid Berg,
man. Pascual and Ysabel look
like Pascual and Ysabel.
We have a liferary.type library
(mine) in one half of the house
(mine). We have a paperback
kind of current library in the
other half o." the house (yours.)
I got a sneakv kitchen I'm not
j talking about on my side
"uc, iicAi 1(i me worKine room
which contains two Cano hnffa.
lo heads, an impala, two ele
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
NAMES MAKE NEWS R u t
news doesn t make names): Mine
about Rex Harrison's throat ail-
ment has Noel Coward secretly re
hearsing as a replacement for the
London company of "My Fair La Lady"
dy" Lady" ... Connie Bennett, the "Aun "Auntie
tie "Auntie Mame" on tour, is trying to
patch things between her son Pe Peter
ter Peter Plant and his wife Betty, who's
signified the hopelessness of it ijy
dating others ... Maybe
leant buy happiness but
Let's Play it Cool: Michael Ren Ren-nie
nie Ren-nie doing the Brussels Fair with
Janet Gail, the popular nudesculp
tors' model. (Dressed, of course.)
... Today's Montgomery Clift item
is Geraldine Hill, a female wrest wrestler.
ler. wrestler. (Break that hold!) ...Crooner
Dick Roman who hit the jackpot
with Godfrey, about to do it again
knee for swiping his gals ... Bob I
knee for swping his gals . Bobl
Paige's Big Payoff is a big payoff
... Poor Michete Morgan. First)
her ex husband, Bill Marshall.1
swiped their son, then her prent
husband, Henri Vidal, went swim-i
ming on the Brittany coast, where
he's on location, with Renee Co
ma, his leading lady. Jack War Warner's
ner's Warner's auto accident on the French
Riviera was strictly a "freak."
One minute sooner or later it
wouldn't havp happened, but the
Filmland big man took a turn at
exactly 6 10 a.m. when the sun at
that spot is blinding, and only for
that minute ... Don't tell me In
grid Bergman and Lars Schmidt
are tif ing already ... At Sid Al Allen's
len's Allen's Steak Pit a customer mourn
en: 100 Dao Lioifinne oiun l xtnow
Yul Brynner. He needed the rug
more than Sherman."
Sizing Up the Townsville; Nata
lie Trundy, the debutante-actress,
temporarily sneivmg ner acting
career to prepare for her. Christ
mas aeout, also shelving poundage!
Dut. not Artnur MacArinur, tne
General's handsome son ...jilor-
nia gubernatorial campaign ti!-
ing up with Senator Know-land's
arrival on. the scene. Dopestoi T. manufacturer tries lo be a glim glim-say
say glim-say his chances improving, espe or boy. No sooner had Bob Strong
cially after he lambasted Pat got established mor spots
.Brown as "Buster Brown" andl such si Ed Wyr Hsrwyn Willi
blamed his "laxity as attorney gen glamorous Greta T h y s s e n, the
"We Changed Our Mind"
By BOB RUARK
phant tusks, a walerbuck, two
Grant gazelles, one lesser kudu,
lone greater kudu, a Masai shield,
j and a very comeplent English se
cretary named Alan. Lots ot art
work, too, hadd-hewn.
The bar in your side of the
house is the only bar in Sapaio
where ice, booze and the mix mixings
ings mixings all get together with the
glasses. It took me 30 years and
a near cirrhosis of the liver to
evolve this bar, but, by golly, it
There is a 10-foot, twinch ti tiger
ger tiger stretched over the fireplace
in your living room. (Stay out of
my ofiice, Khrushchev. J
I keep that tiger there for a
purpose, as I keep three large
omnivorous dogs named Schnor-
kel, Mamelle, and Satchmo. These
dogs would just as lief eat a pre premier
mier premier as jump up on the new newly
ly newly upholstered sofa, and at that
tney've had considerable practice
There is a lion in the upstairs
room for visiting politicians,' and
also a couple of elephant tusks to
hang yoyr pants on.
Outdoors is a barbecue nobody
uses. Also a china monkey. And
considerable flowers, but there is
a considerable stand of sweet corn
about to bloom in the back yard,
and I hear the Jerusalem arti.
chokes are gaining on us. Pickl.
ed, they're wonderful with vodka.
There is a lily pond in front,
which bfSeds mosquitoes and
And we are really lousy with
birds. There is a solid contingent
of canaries transients, of course
crime inCrfaSe k Californiyo'm Miss Denmark, than she
In the Interest of Law and Ord
er: But Senator Knowland tossed a
bouquet to local law enforcement
officers, indicating he thought they
hindered by Brown ... I might add
that Los Angeles has one of he
greatest police forces on earth,
headed by Bill Parker, a brave
and fearless chief who defies 'em
all'when he s right. None J're
tangle with him because he's so
popular with the public, the poli politicians
ticians politicians are afraid he might r
cide to run tor Mayor, Governor
or Senator and get elected One
of the prides of his famed depart department
ment department is the Intelligence Unit head headed
ed headed by Captain Jim Hamilton, a
real life character out of "Drag "Dragnet."
net." "Dragnet." Hamilton, oa'cked comu.itc-
ly by his chief, is dreaded hv honrU
everywhere. Indeed he knows
more about the peculiar workings
of the organized underworld than
any local police officer anywhere,
and he Knows more about wnat s
going on in other cities than th i
coppers of those cities usually
know ... Ham s beat is the ent'nj
country, wisely set up on the theo theory
ry theory that crime is interstate (and
international) with those who c,ive
the orders for local crime maybe
thousands of miles awsy.
If You Ask This Expert Mv. Ii
mean): III tell you there's not
one king of the underworld, which
is an anuiauon or mobs and in
terests. grouped together in a
huge (but loose) crime carte! or
trust, almos' simiisr in structure
and construction to manv cisnt
i corporations on the stock exchange
in which no one group holds con-
trol. The Costellos, Genoveses and
others of that ilk are merely front
, men and oprators, guys who pack
plenty of punch but still have to
go to tne Jlatt Mustaches" and
the "Doms" who are never nam-
ed, for final authority..
I'm Just a Schmo Beau from
Kokomo: Nowadays every dress
but a hard core ot nightingale
who are relieved by dayine-gales
they are the noisiest birds 1 ever
heard, and ugly, too. Mouthy, if
you know wnat 1 mean.
Let's see. For neighbors we have
Salvador JJali, Madeleine Carroll,
and Artie Shaw, plus the Court of
Miraflores. and the Marquesa of
Licodia, a Scotchman named
Tommy and a whole flock of Spa Spaniards.
niards. Spaniards. The joint jumps with boafs
fish boats and other people's
yachts, such as Stavros Niarchos
"Creole," which is apt to contain
the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
Man, we live it up.
Dona Maria Trias is the girl to
see in Palamos, and there's a
swell hotel in S'Agaro, the Gavina,
and a man named Samso in Pa
lamos will provide anything you
want, from booze to baking.
The tishing fleet comes in at
about 5:30 p.m., and everynight
all of us happy natives dance in
the street. The dance is called
sardana, and has something like
11 differtnt stops.
Ndwn gentlemen, we won't be
so crude as to talk prices, nut if
the idea intrigues you and the
scenery's lovely, not to mention
the neighbors just get in touch
and we'l work out a deal. Peace,
quiet, mod, service, transport,
dogs, frogs, mosquitoes the lot.
But I got one thing to say: The
first dignitary who makes a dive
at Carmen or Cristina is a dead
dignitary. There are lots and lots
of dignitaries in the world, but
only one Carmen, only one Cris
switched lo Hollywood actor Gene
i-aiD ( unlair t0 tss manu acf ur
ers.) ... Denise Darcel, who ojgh-
,l,know' says thcre re three
things a woman won't answer lo:
Her age, weight and what's in her
pocKetoook. (The she doesn't
Times Square with Palm Trees
Miami Beach bidding for both
Dem and GOP 1960 convention
and isn t it a little early?
Diosa Costello, famed Latin bomb'
shell, marries Don Casipo, ths
singer of her show at the Lucerne.
Six year romance. It's about frne
... Lincoln Road, Main Drag of 'he
Beach, may eliminate all car traf traffic
fic traffic and become a beautiful garden
I Get the Signal (Clear and coo' )
Tina Louise, who goes from Lance
Fuller lo Elgee Bove, will sei'Jc
or Hugh O'Brian and I'll settle
or her. (TV's Wyatt Earp doesn' doesn'-know
know doesn'-know it yet, until he reads it
here.) ... Johnny Johnston, the ac ac-r..!inJer
r..!inJer ac-r..!inJer "P lor the TV version
of A Tree Grows, etc" in the role
ne created on Bway ...Vicuna is
the new Hollywood rage. Eddie
Flfsner s orcer r mnr vicisia suits
started the trend. Now Jeff Chand Chandler
ler Chandler has a vicuna sports jacket
i One World (But, who Wants it?):
a summit meeting here could on
ly mean more characters tnssino
their diplomatic, immunity around
the town some of the most obLoxi obLoxi-ous
ous obLoxi-ous individuals it's ever hern mv
misfortune to meet ride aroucd in I
cars with DPL plates, double par
in narrow streets fight in glniuills,
stiff the waiters and try to run out
on checks saying they won't pay
and "what are you gonna do a a-bout
bout a-bout it." They carry guns, double
deal in black market commodities
buy and resell tax reecigarets and
liquor and bring contraband such
is dope info the country. And vhat
are we gonna do about It? There's
nothing we cnn. N- ally thif- in indictment
dictment indictment Isn't against all diplo diplomats
mats diplomats or their entourages. Most are
hard working, serious, sober and
sober minded gents, concerned
with upholding their own dignity
WASHINGTON Here art some
spectres which cast meir shadows
over American foreign and domes domestic
tic domestic policy toaay:
Spectrs No. 1, At the United
States sits uowu to cieoate the;
Near East in the UN Assembly,
looking over the shoulders of ev every
ery every UN diplomat, figuratively will
be an army ox scientists, those
scientists represent strength. They
represent buutoixva anu ixuioicrs,
IOBM's ami IRBM'i, the modern
missiles and weapons wnicn &.Va
For diplomacy is no longer a
matter of polite words or careful carefully
ly carefully turned pnrasta. u s, a matter
of which diplomat has the great
est power oeninu mm. uo oac up
This was why John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles once said, "The United States
is negotiating from strength,"
That statement, however, was be before
fore before Sputnik.
today, almost one year after
the lirst Russian Sputnik, Oct. 1
1957 the United States still has
not launched a satellite even re remotely
motely remotely approaching the one-and-a-half
ton aputniK tu soviet fiusaia.
So the spectres of scientists look
ing over the shoulders of U. S.
diplomats and Soviet diplomats
together wita Aran uiplomuts and
neutral diplomats, will be a sym symbol
bol symbol of lessened American strength.
Spectre No. 2 As the House of
Representatives ueoated tne Sci Science
ence Science Scholarship Bill last wee
the future scmentisis ox Amenca,
tiguratively. looked over ttieir
"The legislation before us today
is a hydra headed monstrosity,"
orated Congressman William Daw Dawson
son Dawson of San Lake City, who be belongs
longs belongs to the same political party
as the President of the U.S.A.
who first proposed the scholarshio
"It's a crazy bill," opined Con Con-gressman
gressman Con-gressman John Taber of New
York, also a memoer of Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's party.
"One ining Russia would like to
see us do," said Congressman
John Flynt of Georgia, a Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, "would be for America to
destroy itself by bringing about fi financial
nancial financial instability" (by passing
So ran the debate as speech alt alter
er alter speech was made to try to
defeat the Science Scholarship Bill
on the House floor.
Spectre No. 3 The shadow of
waning American scientific, power
liaH hppn Innkine ovpr t.hp shoul
der Ot Sen. Lyndon Johnson wnen!
he announced that the Senate!
would be kept in session longer if
necessary to pass the Science
Scholarship Bill. Eisenhower did
not put the bill on his "must" list
but Johnson did.
The shadow had also Commerce
lobbying against the education bill
would not be successful; that he
peisonally iwould do his best to
see, that tne science education bill
And the shadow of future sci scientists
entists scientists was looking over the shout
edrs of a small bipartisal meeting
o Democrats and Republicans
which met secretly under the lead leadership
ership leadership of Congressman Carl Elliot'
of Alabama o revive what GO?
leader Joe Martin indicated was
a dead citick.
Martin told officials of the Na
tional Education .Association that
Eisenhower would not support his
own science bill because the Dem.
ocrats proposed 20,000 scholarships
a "r insift'd o: 10,000.
Ike's worry over Russian sci science
ence science an tile Russhm .viutnik v.is
not sufficiently poignant. After
and the dignity of the countries
I Could Go On and On (But I'm
near the bottom): This I didn't
know: That wnen Wooiie Donahue
took his fiancee, 21 year old Juoy
Church to Eurooe, he also took
his M.D., Dr. Frank Guidotti ar,
well ... Roxanne Arlen, sexy -blortde
of "Who Was That Lady"
and fashion designer Elgee Bove
(and how did he get in again ? a
duo at the Town Restaurant ...Sign
in a chcrus dressing room The
Latin Quarter?): Think Mink.
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proposing the Science ScholrshiD
Bill with considerable fanfare last
winter, Ike suddenly seemed dts dts-interested.
interested. dts-interested. secret Muting
So an Alabama Democrat,! Re Representative
presentative Representative imu l, secfetly sum summoned
moned summoned eleven members o. the R.
ducation anu Laoor Committee up,
eluding three Republicans, PeU
Frelinghuysen (N.j.,, Robert Grift
fin Mich.), and Harry Haskell
(Del.); also Elliott Richardson as assistant
sistant assistant Secretary of Health and
"I am interested in only on
thing," declared the Alabaman:
"Getting a bill that will meet the
President's objection. That moans
we will have to do some com compromising."
promising." compromising." Chief compromise ws over the
so-called "means test" to ddter.
mine what students would be eli eligible
gible eligible for scientific scholarships.
Eisenhower and insisted that stu student
dent student applicants must show "finan "financial
cial "financial need," but most Democrat
opposed this as equivalent to a
"It will put a 'poverty' stigma
on all students who receive the
Scholarships," argued Democrat
Frank Thompson of New Jexaey,
supported by Democrat Edith
Green of Oregon. I'owever, both
said they would bat. down rath rather
er rather then have the scientific educa education
tion education bill statemated into defeat.
"If I had mv wav vnn u.-,,nM
both be awarded the Purple Heart
because of the sacrifice you nave
made here," said assistant secre secretary
tary secretary Richardson.
As the meeting concluded, El Elliott
liott Elliott asked the three Republican
Congressmen if they could thini
of any other Eisenhower objec.
tions that might impede passage
of the bill. All three replied that
they felt sure the President would
go along with the newly-revised
"In that case, the fate of this
measure is now in the President's
hands declared Democrat Leo
Metcalf of Montana, looking at
his Republican colleagues. "V,a
Democrats have given in on ev everything.
erything. everything. There is no longer any
excuse or him to onpose the bill,
or to duck out at the last min minute,
ute, minute, as he did on the aid-to edu education
cation education bill last year.
"If he exercises any leadership,
the bill will pass. If he doesn't,
the onus of defeat will be square squarely
ly squarely on the White House."
senator Frank Church of Idaho
js gtill the youngest member o!
the Senate and still retains his
sense of humor.
The Young Democratic Club of
the District of Columbia g.'ve)
Church a birthday party, surpris surprising
ing surprising him with a cate bearing 34
The Senator in turn surprised
himself by blowing out all 34 can can-dies
dies can-dies in one puf "This is proof,"
he told the Young Democrats,
"that there are some benefits t
be gained from two years on tha
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JET ACE RIVALS Visitors to the recent British Columbia
Centennial Aviation Show at Vancouver got a chance to com compare
pare compare Russian and U.S. commercial jet airliners parked at the
airport, in the foreground, above, is America's showpiece,
the. Boeing 707, powered by four Pratt tc Whitney JT3 engines.
The tWin-jet Tdpolev TU-104, background, is a veteran of
-service in the Soviet Aeroflot national airline, but the 707 will
be able to carry more passengers at higher speeds when it goes
into service. Comparison view illustrates design ideas in the
two countries, reflected both in military and commercial air aircraft.
craft. aircraft. Russians make the jet engine an integral part of the
wing unit, while Americans favor the underslung type.
Commuter, Mail Trains Collide
In New York; 5 Dead, 35 Hurt
SIATSBUBG. N.Y. (UPI)-A
mail train that failed to make a
scheduled station stop rounded a
blind, eurvc inJ fog today and
smashed headon into an oncoming
passenger rtram loaded with
Manhattan '- bound commuters.
Five persons were killed and 35
injured, four critically.
The wreck was blamed on a
aignai mixup resulting from "man
The diesel engines- of the two
Erie railroad trains and their
forward cars were telescoped by
the crash. It took rescuers nealy
an hour to reach the dead in the
twisted reckaee. One victim
was thrown to the tracks and
The collision occurred shortly
before 7 a.m. in a hilly section
of the Ramapo Mountains, just
south of this Rockland County
community, and about 40 miles
from New York City.
The four.car passenger train,
traveling at about 50 miles an
hour, was eastbound from Port
Jervis, N.Y., to Hrioken, N. J.,
wherei the commuters were to
have taught a ferry to Manhat Manhattan.
tan. Manhattan. The four car mail train, carry.
Ing no passengers, was westbound
for Port Jervis.
A raiload spokesman said the
mail train had been scheduled to
stop at the Suffern station so that
the oncoming passenger train,
using the same tracks, could
switch over to another track. In Instead,
stead, Instead, the mail train apparently
failed to get the instructions and
did not stop at the station. It was
going about 20 miles an hour.
"It appears to have been a case
of man failure," said a railroad
Because of the curve, neither of
the engineers could have seen the
otner until nearly the moment of
It took rescuers more than two
hours to extricate the body oi
Miss Pauline Cronon, of Tuxedo,
N.Y. The other dead were Robert
Youchman, 41, Of Warwick, N.Y.,
a passenger; Charles G. Mitchell,
Union City, N.J., conductor; Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Nardo, 50, Glen Rock, N.Y.,
engineer; and Michael J. Walsh,
26, Jersey City, N.J. All the dead
had been aboard the passenger
State jpolice emergency vehicles
and more than 30 ambulances
from Rockland and Orange coun counties,
ties, counties, in New York and from Ber Bergen
gen Bergen County in New Jersey con converged
verged converged on the scene after the
Some of the injured were found
walking dazed and bleeding along,
side the tracks. Ambulances took
the injured to the hospital in Suf Suffern
fern Suffern and to the Memorial Hospital
Aaron Gesser, 39, who boarded
the train at Tuxedo, said the
passengers had no warning of the
' Livy Goodman, managing editor
nf a Ridgewodd, N.J., newspaper,
one of the first on the scene, said
the front wheels oi the two .en .engines
gines .engines were at least eight feet
above the ground.
U5 Reaffirms Decision Not
To Reorganize Red Chinese
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WASHINGTON :(Vm 1
Unitea States publicly reaffi,ueu
its decision not to recognize Red
Cnina today asserting that
such action would be "of material
assistance" to Communist at.
tempts to dominate Asia.
The State Department issued its
policy statement on the eve of an
expected new Soviet drive to seat
the Peiping regime in the United
Recognition of Mao Tse.tung's
regime, the department said,
would be "of material assistance
to Chinese Communist attempts to
extend Communist d o minion
throughout Asia" and would pro
duce "no tangible benefits" to
the free world.
The statement was sent to U.S.
diplomatic missions around the
world. The department said it
was prepared at the request of a
friendly government and several
The friendly government was
not identified but officials said it
was not Nationalist China.
There has been published spec speculation
ulation speculation lately that there might be
a change in U.S. policy in connec connection
tion connection with the expected UN debate.
However, a department spokes spokesman
man spokesman insisted the timing of the
statement had no direct connec.
tion with the UN assembly meet meeting
ing meeting which begins Tomorrow.
The U.S. refusal to recognize
Red China has been scored in
some quarters as being unreal
istic. Sen. J. William Fulbright
(Ark.), second.ranking Democrat
on the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, said in a recent Sen
ate speech that "we cannot for.
ever ignore 600 million people on
the mainland of China."
The State Department said its
policy of non.recognition was not
"inflexible." It said the U.S.
viewpoint would "readjust" if
the Chinese Communists stopped
posing a threat to free world se security.
curity. security. "However, the course of events
in the Far East since the estab establishment
lishment establishment of the Chinese Commu Communist
nist Communist regime in 1949 has thus far
confirmed the United States view
that its interests and those of the
free world are best served "by
withholding diplomatic recogni recognition,"
tion," recognition," the statement said.
The eight page 3,000 word
memorandum also said recogni recognition
tion recognition would "seriously cripple if
not destroy altogether" Chiang
Kai-shek's regime on Formosa.
The memo added that diplomat,
ic recognition would enhance the
Peiping regime's prestige where whereas
as whereas denial of it makes it "more
difficult" for- the Chinse Reds to
pursue their foreign policis with
The statement dismissed as
"unrealistic" the argument that
the United States, by recognizing
Red China, might get that regime
to break its bond with Moscow.
"The opposite is quite likely to
be the results," the memo added.
Recognition, the statement rea.
soned, would lead inevitably to
seating Red China in the United
Nations. It declared that his
"would amount to a confession Of
failure" by the United Nations'
because Red China is "still un.
purged of its aggression and defy defying
ing defying the will of the United Na Nations
tions Nations in Korea."
LONDON (UPI) The Rt. Rev.
He'rv Knox Sherrill, presiding
bishop of the Protestant Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal Church of the United States,
told delegates to the Lambeth
Conference todpy the Anglican
communion should look forward
not backward and outward rath rather
er rather than inward.
The Rev. Sherrill called in the
final ermon of the conference
for tne courage to De contem
porary" in the church's dealings
with the laity.
The 318 leading clergymen,
delegates to the conference from
most of the nations of the world,
ended iive weeks of secret dis.
cussions on problems relating t:
the Church of England and its
allied denominations with services
at Westminster Abbey. The Lam Lambeth
beth Lambeth -conference is held once ev every
ery every 10 years.
"No teaching by rote, no aca.
demic superiority, fancied or real,
will meet the situation," Rev.
Sherrill said in the sermon.
"But let us make no mistake.
There is often a blessed common
sense possessed by ordinary, if
uninformed, men and women,
which leads them almost uncon
sciously to discern between the
vital and the secondary. ." he
ON THE BEACH Children splash water on two of some 60 or 70 small whales thai were
washed ashore on the beach at Wellfleet, Mass. The whales, of the blackfish type and
weighing about a ton each, were trapped in shallow water while chasing schools of fish. Towns Towns-folk
folk Towns-folk were presented with the problem of removing 120,000 pounds of whale from the beach.
West Germany Asks
UAR To Extradite
CAIRO (UPI) -The West Ger German
man German embassy said today it had
made a formal request for the ex extradition
tradition extradition of Dr. Hans Eisele. who
fled to Egypt from war crime
charges facing him in West Ger.
It asked that Eisele's olea for
political asylum in the U.A.R. be
refused. Eisele, the embassy said,
was noi a political fugitive but
was wanted on criminal homicide
riarges connected with his war
time position as a doctor at a Nazi
U. A. R. officials refused a sain
today to answer press inquiries
as to Eisele s whereabouts. He
was detained for some time in an
Egyptian jail, then moved to a
small hotel, then taken back into
custody. Thereafter he disappeared.
White Approved As Head
Of Civil Rights Division
POLE SETTER Right on target, a helicopter lowers a tele telephone,
phone, telephone, into place in dense Sequoia National Forest in California.
The 'copter was pressed into service to set up a four-mile tele telephone
phone telephone line over the rough terrain. Hidden by the dense brush,
a construction crewman secures the pole with a hook and
anchors it in place.
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen Senate
ate Senate Judiciary Committee overrode
last ditc h Southern opposition
today and approved the long long-stalled
stalled long-stalled nomination of W. Wilson
White to head the Justice Depart Department
ment Department new civil rights division.
The 15-member committee at
first voted, 7 to 4, in favor of the
appointment, which had come
under heavy fire from the South,
erners because of White's role in
the administration's decision to
send troops fito Little Rock, Ark.
last fall to enforce school integra.
But the committee decided to
leave the vote open for the time
being so that the four absentee
members of the committee could
register their votes.
One of the four, Sen. Estes Ke.
fauver (D-Tenn.), promptly an announced
nounced announced he would vote against
White. But a committee, spokes spokesman
man spokesman said one of t),e other absen absentees
tees absentees had registered an affirma.
tive vote to give White the eight
he needed for formal committee
He declined to say. what absen
tee had cast the all Important
eighth vote.. But an aide to one
of them, Sen. Thomas C. Hennings
Jr. (D-llo.), said he already was
on record in favor of the nomina.
The other two absentees were
COLDA MEIR IN LONDON
ROME (UPI) Israeli For.sn
Minister Golda Meir flew to Lon London
don London last n-t for talks with
British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd on the Middle East crisis.
Mrs. Meir concluded private talks
Saturday with Italian Premier
Arrested By "Czechs
For Crossing Border
VIENNA (UPI) The U.S.
Consulate Today warned all
American tourists in Austria to
stay out of Iron Curtain border
areas following the seizure by
Czech Communist guards of a
snapshot posing American student.
Consul Richard Straus said the
warning was issued in view of
a recent upsurge of incidents
along Austria's borders with
Czechoslovakia and Communist
The new "get tough" attitude of
Communist border guards result
ed in the seizure Saturday of
John Bachmann Hardcastle, U-year-old
tourist from Nashville,
Tenn., by Czech sentries.
Baehman Hardcastle had
crawled through a break in an
electrified frontier barbed wire
barrier in an effort to have a
nocture or himself taken by one
of two iompanions while standing
on the Czech side of the border.
Straus said American officials
here had telephone com communication
munication communication with embassy officials
in Prague since the arrest of
Baehman Hardcastle. He added
that the embassy officials were
expected to make representations
shortly to Czech officials in be behalf
half behalf of the captive American.
Bachmann. Hardcastle had driv
en to the border with Donald
Smith, 22, of Cleveland, Tenn.,
and Mitchell Crawford, 22, of
Chattanooga, Tenn., who were
his companions on a European
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J. J. PALOMEKAS, S.A.
HtS HOaBY'S ALL WRITE Raymond Palm, of Chieaao, shows off some of the 10,000
; pencils he has collected over a 30-year period. He started one day when he needed a pencil
and couldn't And one. Moat of his collection wa obtained in trades with other collectors,
Sens. John Marshall Butler (R
Md.) and Roman L. Hruska (R
The decision of the committee
to send the nomination to the
floor with the recommendation
that White be confirmed as an
assistant attorney general the
first to head the new division division-ended
ended division-ended the longest and most bitter
confirmation fight of the current
White came under heavy South Southern
ern Southern fire because as the head of
the department's ofttce of legal
counsel, last tall, he tielped to
draft the legal document paving
the way tor. President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's decision to send the troops
into Little Rock.
White declined to comment on
the committee's action, although it
was evident he felt relieved. He
was known to have felt all along
that the effectiveness of his divi division
sion division was curtailed as long as his
nomination was still pending be before
fore before the committee.
White took over the $20,000 post
as head of the civil rights division
last December under a recess
appointment from President Eis
enhower. He was charged with
prosecution of all civil rights
cases, including Negro right to to-vote
vote to-vote guarantees set forth in the
civil rights law approved by Con Congress
gress Congress last year.
Of the four votes against White
In the initial balloting, all were
from Southern Democrats. They
were committep chairman inn,..
O. Eastland. (Miss nrt c,nI
Olin D. Johnston (S. C), John L
McCleUan (Ark.) and Sam J:
Ervin (N. C).
Those voting in favor of the
nomination were Sens. John A
Carroll (D.Colo.), Joseph c"
O'Mahonev (T Wvn IT 17 Af off fll
Dirksen (R.I11.), Alexander Wilev
tn-wisj, Arthur V. Watkins (R (R-Utah),
Utah), (R-Utah), William Langer (R-N.D.)
and William Jenner (R-Ind.).
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Presiding It the tea table were
Mrs King. Mrs. Coney, Mrs.
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MISS MARIAN ALICE SMITH
MISS MARIAN ALICE SMITH WILL MARRY
MR. BERTRAND FREDERICK CHESELDINE
Mr and Mrs. Frank C. Smith of Curundu, announce the
engageiiient arid approaching marriage of their daughter,
Marian Alice, to Mr. Bertrand Frederick Cheseldine, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cheseldine of Washington, D.C.
The vvrdding will take place during the latter part of
September, at the Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon. A recep reception
tion reception will follow at the Tivoli Hotel.
Mis Selby Honored et Tea
Mrs. G. D. Batcheldor and her
daughter, Ann, enterlained a! a
tea In their Fort Clayton quarters
on Wednesday afternoon in honor
of Miss Eleanor Deane Selby
Whose marriage In Mr. .lack Ham
Blond of Balboa look place on Sut Sut-tqrday
tqrday Sut-tqrday in the Cathedral of SI. Luke.
-In the receiving line were Miss
Batcheklor; Miss Selby the guest
f honor: her mother Mrs. Lowell
eVelby; Mr. Jack Hammond, the
groom; Mrs. Charle Hammond,,
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mother 0' the groom and his sis.
tcr, Mrs. Sharon Lomedico.
Guests included Mrs. Schoenfelt,
Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Templeton,
Mrs, Sllva, Mrs. Smart; Mrs. Car Carter
ter Carter nnti her daughter Barbira
lr. .lansen, Mrs. Rooney, Mr;.
Broifes and daiifihler Millie Gibbs,
Mrs Proback and daughter Gla.
dys Miller, Mrs. Angela Azcarra Azcarra-iia.
iia. Azcarra-iia. Miss Julia May, Miss Joanne
Hai'le, Miss Dorothy Metzger,
Mrs. n, A. King, Mrs. J. D Con Coney,
ey, Coney, Mrs. R. Heckinger. Mrs. F.
M Wells. Mrs C L Garner. Mrs
E. IkVaraJeri, Mrs. L. ,M. Glfoss,
Harnett and Dunn
I Medal and Silver Jamboree
Saturday night August 16th Har
: nett and Dunn will have their aec
ond aummer Jamboree for their
! Junior group at the American Le.
' glon club at Ft. Amador. The Hok Hok-lev
lev Hok-lev Swine. Stroll. Virginia Reel
and the Chicken will also oe danc danced
ed danced by the Junior Intermediate
(Jroup The 'small fry' who range
in age from six to eleven will do
the Patty Cake Polka. The Hop.
Freeze and the La Raspa
The beglnneri in the Jitterbug
contest will receive medals ana
the iniermednTte class will receive
sdver trophies. The judgei will he
Miss Bitsy Frensley and Mrs. J.
Reynolds. The Junior hoats and
hostesses will be Shirley MacDon.
aid. Danny Aleman. Janice Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, George Holcroft. Michelle
Shelion and Kevin Kade. Parents
are rordlallv Invited tn attend and
watch the fun
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond
Return from Vacation
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond
returned Sunday from their two.
month vacation trip in Europe.
Retirement and Farewell
Party fer Harry Cedyt
A retirement and farewell par
ty will be given in honor of
Mr. and Mrs, Harry F. Cody at
ihr American l,eelon Club on Fri
day evening, August 15, at 7 o.
clock. There will be dinner and;
i dancing and the affair will be
1 semi-formal. Tickets may be ob-j
tained at the American Legion
Club or from Mrs. John E, Jenni.
son. Balboa 3522.
Mr. Cody retired at the end of
July following 33 years, montha
and 15 davi service with the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Co. At the time of his
retirement Mr. Cody ws Gener
al Foreman with the Water and
Laboratories Department. The Co
dvs will leave soon to make their
home In Zepher Hills, Florida.
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There upon Ted proceeded to
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He trumped the second club
lead with the three of diamonds
and played the ace .of trumps. Hi
idea was to drew trump wit.'t
two leads, cash his ace and' king
of hearts, get to dummy with the
third trump and discard his
queen and six of spades on dum
my s two good hearts.
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and he could never get to dum dummy.
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for Clayton NCO Wives'
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All NCO's wives who are new
comers to ort Clavton are Invit Invited
ed Invited to attend the NCO Wives' Club
monthly eof'ee tomorrow, August
13. from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. in the
ballroom of the NCO Open Mess,
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no pretense whatever that he i have spoiled his slam but he
wanted anything from his daugh. When we aik hilm to go on an j ould hv mde his contract ot
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and are shelling out heavy advan
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up follow-up to his book 'Txincets of'Mona.
co," which detailed hit on the the-spot
spot the-spot impressions ot Grace Kelly
sne oecame a -serene Mignness.
pretty song "A Certain Smile" On The larMwAotoMtd. Ifllv in
wes a deb? of gratitude to Irving I less flattering, since i.ie princess
Berlin, who composed "I Left My, chilled him after hit first effort.
Heart At The Stage Door Cante-i despite his honeyed approach to
en" during World War II. life at the palace in Monte Carlo
Comedian Joey Bishop it see- ...Curt Jursent amused hie friend.
thing because hit "big" movie by laying Tie had no Intention of
marrying stmone Uicheron De De-cause
cause De-cause he doein't know her well
enough for that At the moment.,
they're getting to know each o o-ther
ther o-ther a little beter by aking a.
rip to France.
rold In "The Naked and the Dead"
which was supposed to do for
what "Sayonara" did for Red
Buttons was slashed in the final
editing of the picture. ..United Ar Artists
tists Artists Records Is about to throw a
blockbuster in Tin Pan Alley bu
announcing the names of sever several
al several top recording iters who are
signing with the company. Since
tome of the performer! haven't
yet broken formally with their
oufits, it's still a big secret. .Duet
at the Roundtable: cinema blonde
Barbara Nlchos and Dr. Richard
Winter, who prescribes the pills
for such show folk as Charles
Laughton and Jdy Garland... Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Forrest, one of the beauties in
the revue at the Latin Quarter,
is additional proof that showgirls
no longer are Rorseious but dumb.
An honor grad of the University
f Pennsylvania, she earns ex extra
tra extra money tutoring in German
three days a week.
Gertrude Ederle, who twam the
English Channel 32 years ago
this week, is celebrating with a
nice present, She's been made an
executive of the US. Swimming
Poll Corporation and appolntc i to
I'residente Eisenhower s (Joucil
Stretchers for dad's socks now
come in miniature. Smooth knit knitted
ted knitted footwear over clear plastic
bootees to dry in the proper size
and shape. They also hasten the
How often have you thought to'nd have finished with your cup I Th eourageious and modest Ger
ciean your air conditioner? Keep
it looking nice to go with a neat
home by washing the cabinet
once a week. Be certain to wipe
it dry. A light coat of wax may
be used to keep the cabinet
When you are a guest at a tea for Youth Fitness
A havp fin(chrl v' ih vmir run l The eourageious a
place it on a sideboard or extra 'rude also still teaches childre.i
table. Do not put it back on the ,0 swim at the Lexington School
tea table Ior lne "ai...cveryDoay naes in
If you can't find any other
place to set it, hold it until some someone
one someone comes along to take it from
Those receiving food gifts In
t wooden buckets have the begin-
irwfhVVeK Catch""!; rSa"d: NEW YORK UPI) -FRor a
idown the dry, bare wood for a uw ..i.j mm.
smoolB finish. Apply a base coat ed wcdges of watcrmelong on in I the West Coast, is dating predy
lol shellac, sand again and apply dividual salad plates, along With Julie Scott. .Make a small bet that
a second coat. Or paint it a bright slices of ham rolled and filled Federal taxes will go up, not down,
red, blue or yellow to use as an with seasoned cottaee cheese kiddies.
accent item. ,.
fancy cars in Hollywood except
Marilyn Monroe. MM's taking Ions
walks these days to keep her
weight down. ..Producers of the
recently folded "Oh, Captain!
may have legal prolbems with Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Lamour, who rehearsed six
days then did only five per
formances before the show clos
ed. ..Raipn Meexr, currently ofi
Most women do a certain a a-mount
mount a-mount of play-acting. And if they
play at roles that auit their age
and background, they often put
on a pretty good performance,
whether they are playing "gra "gracious
cious "gracious nostess," "serious minaed
clubwoman," "outdoor girl," "lo "local
cal "local belle" or whatever.
But they make themselves ridi.
culout when they choose a role
that it either too old or too young
for their yean, or one that
doetnt fit in with their back
ground and position.
Mn. B. it a perfect example of
a woman trying to play a role
lhat makes her look absurd.
Mri. B. it pushing 40. Shi has.
a successful husband, three chil children
dren children and a house that could be :
made into a gracious, livable, in-,
The role Mrs, B. as chosen for
herself is "dangerous woman." So
she goes in for startling clothes,
a bored, world-weary expression
on her theatrically made.up face,
the kind of conversation she thinks
goes with the world weary, air,.
and a rudeness she expect! oth.'
ers to find amifsing.
But all that others find amus amusing
ing amusing is Mrs. B. trying to play a
role that so obviously doesn't suit'
her age or the place in the com-'
munity to which her husband's
Never sticky I
Never drip's I
NEW TWIST Harry Karl as soon as her divor
I ce from Randy Rouse is final.
NEW YORK-(UPI) Children Harry, once the oft-headlined
love this variation of the peanvt husband of Marie, McDonald, is
butter tandwlch, Ute raisin bre a J Audrey's constant excort in Eu-
and sprinkle the peanut butler rope.. Mabel Mercer tells chum.-;
with brown sugar.
Used after avtry
prtttnis heal rash,
chafe and galling,
clings close, keeps
bttby fresh, com-Tollable.
Medicated Meiana Skin Cream help, haal
H iful unburn. Iu fenila lanolin tmooihe
red deterfeni hand
CUTICURA Talcum j
Acts Like Magic j
Flna, toft, dalightrul-
ly fragrant Cutlcur I
Talcum contains dt I
phn). Keeps the j
skin fresh and sweat.
Soothe sunburn. I
Prevents, relieve- I
heat and diaper rash,
foot irritation. Buy! I
success entitles her
Mutual friends think Audrey! Mrs H h mri h.rn iM.
culous not yy her play acting but
by choosing the wrong role.
So if there is a little more than
the usual amount of "actretl" in
your make-up, be careful that,
you change your roles of tea jar
nough to keep in step with the
nltonnar aaal at M. -1 Iu!....,
flat tllfrt Ail AfllYi aiM tf A I i A nl
OSSS5 IUI l "Unii nil UiJI II "III avi j
fivanv Sinatra tn i., tv. ne changei o age and fortune.
iiiugu n iv I VV f C uir nil, J at
V.P. here and entertain at a Ca- Hnlt" yu do that you are likf..
lifornla spot in which he's be
come interested.. Free "help want wanted"
ed" wanted" ad: Emmett Rogers, producer
of the forthcoming .Roadway
show "Tall Story," by Linday and
'rouse, is lookinf for a 6'4" chap
who can play basketball, coe
with comedy, and manage server server-al
al server-al highly dramatic scenes. That 'fa
ALL?).. Marc Goodrich's new ho
"Celebration," is reportedly toe
mot torrid writing to be put net
iy to seem aa funny or as path.
ne to outers as noes the aging ac actress
tress actress who is still playing the role
of glamor girl when many wom women
en women her age are happily bragging
about their grandchildren.
THERMOS IN TANDIM
. LEETSDALE, Pa. (UPI). -Yo"t
can now 'clip" two half gsloa
thermos lugs into one compact'
unit with a gadget designed iat
tween covers in quitesome time, simplify toting food and beverau
n.....:i.. : .. ui:. i t : . ..
Despite intermittent rumblings ges for wenics uf football gam,
about their domestic problems. This leaves one arm free to
neiie uavia ami uary Merrill i'jna- juagie oiner picnic goodies -or
ed like prom keds on Sth Ave. the Junior The clip lockes two thtr
other everning as they strjiled mos Jugs tose.her for hoi and
holding hands. Watch for a huge! cold beverages or cold and eow,
new gold rush in Canad, with I hot and hot.
TUESDAT AUGClT it, it PANAMA AMEMICAM AN UWEPgHUmT Pain WEwarrE
A PANAMA AMERICA! AN INDEPENDENT DAILY N1WSPAP1E
f AOE PW1
I and Oik
W.m.n'i Club CWItt
Ore t. Matt Thur sefcy
. n.ik,. Wf.m.n'1 Club Char
ity Card Group will meet it the
Gamboa Golf Hub on rtmrsday,
Auguit 1 at 12:80 tor desiert and
?a7di. Phone reaervattom not let
r than Wednesday to anyone of
the hostesses who are Mr. J W.
Bourgeois, Gamboa 348, Mrs. S.
H. Rowley, Balboa 3674 and Mra.
L. M. Ruppel. Balboa 4358.
Mr. and Mra. Hallttt
inttrtaln Mia Aranbtrg
Mr. andKra. C. p. Hallett and
their daughter,, Judy of Getun en
tertalned at a IHurbecue petty
honor of the Halletts nice, Mlse
Sue Arenberi of Middleboro, Mass.
Quests included MUa Hilda
Fernanda of Colon, "ty,
ry, Lynn Coffin, Pam Therlot, Pat
Daly Wtnda ScOtt, Elizabeth Mc
! Lare'i. Claire White, Bobby Rite,
Arthur Lawrence, Leroy Worlien.
nr... Duririv liauehter and
Atlantic CMjttt, Art Lau.
Will Meat TOfiwm
The Atlantic Chapter of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone' Art League will meet to.
niohi at. 7:-30 iii their Workshop in
Gatun. Mr. David Mcllhenay will
be hostess. The main Dullness to topic
pic topic wilf be the forthcoming third
Annual art exhibit of Atlantic Side
artists. Several films are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to he shown after the business
Unwanted Daughter Of Noblewoman
Loses Foster Mother In Plane Crash
2 .AVrf BrltiTnoblewoman.iurday'J tragedy. The airline dis
' Rl'ffJafflw k.. lirt Unn i.vcett of Salisbury,
future. .., ni.n. .iri throueh her
I lawyers she has no plans to take
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A regular inwards council meet
ing will be held at the union hall
on Wednesday, August 13. All ate.
wards of Local BOO, AFSCME-AFL.
CIO are requeued to attend. The
main tnnle a dim-union will be
the "Open House" planned by the
rift lean of the union and schedul
ed for Labor Day (Sept. 1).
KOL SHEARITH ISRAEL
All members are hereby notified that the annual
General Meeting for the election of officers of Kol
Shenrith Israel will be held in the community hall of
the congregation at Avenida Cuba and 36th Street
on Wednesday, August 13, 1958 at 8;OQ p.m.
The Secretary. I
ROCKET RIOC Dummy "Instructor" in rocket powered ejection teat ahoota skyward from
lorward fuselage aection of the Northrop-developed US. Air Force T-38 auperaonic trainer.
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.... ,.,,,..,, m w.n.t nn, ninni iivi ikvh it duwimi nir rain Bin, tim.,
In teat of T-31 pilot escape system. Rocket-powered seata, designed to provide maximum
clearance as well aa low-level ejection, are new development and are expected to be an Im Improvement
provement Improvement over conventional cartridge-type ejection systems.
-i.it.; iii.. mi 'aI 1ft survivor
rf th flaming crash, of a Central
African Airways Viscount near
Salisbury Rhodesia aaturnay. nr
the child back, but her mother,
the dowager counteia ot lraroor-
aeuaDur.v inuB oiui.;. ig l0to reponers we ""
trash killed 3 persons including j bj-jy to investigate the legal silu silu-Anfca'
Anfca' silu-Anfca' njw joster mother. jation."
in n-i.l. ..... fnliA,i.i.M in
All OriVBUl W iwiVTrmi, ".v.;
else of the little girl Who lost i The tountee was ao bitter when
two mothers within a year. She! Lady Diana gave her daughter
was in the British military hoi- away she cut Lady Diana out of
pital in Behgaai, Libya, with a her will.
Broken arm and eevere burn. I The child's foster grandmother,
Anthea was born Marda Miller, Mr, riorence Miller, said "I
daughter Of 3T.year.old Lady Di. j shall try to get her back In the
ana Miller, wife o" Robert MilWr, family."
a wealthy Rhodfcstan. J The foster father, Michael LY.
But the British noblewoman said eett, 3j. an insurance broker, wiia
he "no longer' had 'any love for on a canoe expedition on the
the child" nH offered her for Zambesi River when he learned
adoption to foster parents despite I of his wife's death. He was lo lo-onpositton
onpositton lo-onpositton from jjier own and hr cited hv a plans which flew ov?r
Husband's family t JuOglas In a day-long search
and then flew him to Anthea s
Typical Tahiti Meal Features
At Least Ten Different Foods
PLANE SKIDS OFF RUNWAY
Long, dangling earrings are
back for fall, and winter, From
the Fashion Coordination insti institute
tute institute comes this tip on how to
decide the length most becoming
your face. Never nsve tne enu i.awmi LiaiM Tahltlan family Is ant to have
of the drop parallel ine jaw-unr; .t u.; 10 different food, they
this adds years to MWnrn .. ... real (east olfer
" .... i. iu...). mmiMh in uathAr 11 a llfl PR rillill. llslB IU uivv II 'it
In fiminnnr Till I r 9 lllr V I r UIU tjiiuuiaaa iw i
net in ucaiRim fc -
fall collsction of clothes. M:sn
Leser showed replicas of the jac jacket
ket jacket worn by the man who "kiled
a bar" in cashmere or rainbow rainbow-hued
hued rainbow-hued tweeds Miss Leser said the
Jacket resulted when "I decided
lo fringe the edges of the wool
and got red on one side' and green
on the other. There was nothing
left for me to do but make a
Boone jacket, the fringe was so
inevie uiu euuugu iv gmi . -- --
r,. ...i,iB ,nJ urvlni ii frnm cailv mominB to Bet I'.lMV.
caves ivi iuvi6 """.'i -' ...
. .. . j urull. W nn tn (ha H 1 1 I fl
tenSUS WTUie tneir parents ann rynne me men s" iw-Mic i
older brother and sisters do the gather iruita and vegetables and
heavier chores, says Tahitian dun to the seas to catch more 'lsh
cer Ramine. j the women and older children
This early training may expkin begin cooking,
why the featured player in Cin- Into a hole-In the-grOund ove r
erama South Seas Adventure is go meat frequently pork but
as good a cook as she is a dancer sometime beef, chicken and
at 18 In recent native dance domestic ducks, and freslilv
contests, she was acclaimed caught fish, shrimps, crabs and J
champion Ore-Tahiti dancer oi;ioDsters, an seasoneu ami wj .,.-;
mlVilBsk I K
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P" WELCOME Tj
Immediate Free Zone Delivery
Beit Prices Anywhere
bedside Sunday night.
all French Ocania. pd in layers of tl leaves, these
. U.. mil I Wiiri. flit. rp TOM M S OW V Oil IH' IICHH U
.e? a?e nawto? tti. mutfu. Played ;r'Tim.r.., or typct.1 j b.ltic rocks, vo.c.nlc depo.its
I faeturer Lana ahows kne"i Tahitian feast, in connection w th gathered from nearby streams
InShf'in Mack velveteen to be the world premiere of the movlo.1 The oven may also con aln
lengths in duck veiveieen, iu ue k-...i..i pni,nci9n Har.ro. frnHc anri vtetah es mcludina
I worn with a white blouse em -It": .i.Tr .i.hw mm
WALKING ON AIR-In a very
low orbit above the sands of
Cypress Gardens Is dancer Sally
Ardrey, who disproves the grav gravity
ity gravity of the situation at the
Florida tourist ipot.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI) A
power failure on take off today
nl a Mnrth f'erttval Airlints
,U to skid off a Vain sUcJc NEW YORK -(UPI) Ni broidered in black. Mms the er T Allan Vth the somewhat like white' potatoes, na.
runway artd down an embiik-l time tomato wedge r on Ihf blouse, the Jumper-style cover-- riuue potatoes and bread-
ment at Austin Strauble Field ita'fet menu, aerva the m sprir I al s are smart for informal gath- mew. com- fruit, the stsrchy stsple of the
U Nnn of the s x oassenears ikied lightly With onion salt an,1 erings. "c u. ...... i T.hin.n Hin. I s,,uiii Pael"ie diet.
r three crewmbn was injured, oregano. :. .1 .w M,.,.1",. ITJZl The buffet A filled oven la covered tightly
"'KTi'V ft A'u (.11 contained "only" eia ota
By CAYNOR MADDOX
NIA Food and Markets Iditer
hut where nature put It this tall. contained
lieslifner Joan Bellew
Indoor Plants Need Special
Care, Light And Moist Air
efor you brlnsf potted ger.verfeet as plant stands.,
nlumsiml th Uka Indoors, tho Th multitude of moderately
MuThly Wh pot with a hose; priced wicker baskets in many
imt tilanect each Plant IOr inai'cva aiaea son snapes iiiai aic uh u.bi
,nha nVw puil button Insect i market offer an interest ng tex-jMftaAA1 0ftlpr Mpfl
Java for lowering plants make' tural background or hrlcfil 061116611 reiCI, nCy
SUWS -at raniums, da .! or marlgo ds
ter. ... . W. ''"? LONDON UKI) lTC sunuay
rm torn u t." w.-. ;r" .c: ;;
i t. n i m. Hr it with laveri of banana leaves.
Ianaouste mav- to keeD the food clean, and then
" v ... ,:.
Everyone is talking about high
foiKi costs. We dined with Ger-
A potluck meal for the average served on special occasions.
..... ... .. --
Itl Killp I Jlldllinicu lien,, f .,
r!;2w.v Showa the walstllreionnaise (lobster with, mayon- with damp gunny sacks and me d Michaloye, experienced food
high medium or low. Somewaist- nalse), moa tarea (miwiy-cumen lean mat was removeu ... mv blicUt and ,ne saVe Ui two
Hne's are high In front, creating chicken) rice with iauteeed gin the oven, Pw uu(' we really llkj
the effect of a weskit. Others are monds, fei (baked plantain ban- The French j"0' ed. Both use nonfat dry milk to
Z oh -trapete line, with PVrum.nftni (b Snch and "Id iTSSSf Sm" cut costs and keep up nutritional
forming fullness. rum andwown "'Vr ,,h. ,.s,,llv .ecomDanv a big meal, values at the same time.
baking, will even whip.Ht iai top
quality pasteurized milk with only
the fat and water removed.
Mustard and Frank Macaroni
(Bake (4- lervlngs)
One and one half cups water,
1-S nin inat&nt nnn'nt. rfrv millf.
i.i j 4U. tk Wat time to uo on a window sill. Baskets can LTi-t. .aftrtit tatpvt fformosa (TIPI') The olex for three straight nights. powder. 3 tablespoons flour, 1
iiav vour otarita li aariyi n the i be hung along m Uot a WA-V'mL'tiSt mawaret I riefene ministry disclosed to- Nationalist China's military in. teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons pre
mornlns. .JT!'J K!nJffJK..rl and Groutt.Capt. Peter Townsend'day that Chinese Communist artll-i formation serv iec meanwiiue
End Of Close Ties
Communists Bombard Nationalist
Islands; Sea Lanes Cleared Of Boats
7 . M mmtoaetttBi fWroaTc.ot PelaV TownVend 1 day that Chinese Communist artll-
. i i Hn ninnia rnf aoi iirinirawv rTiiai iihbk il ii i ii i v r a a. . i .i a...- i.
If you re going SSl an no longer even nenas oe iery naa oomoaraea iw u. u
AW; LiPi JSSlliL.Sl nliJ-aanri ohiindandron to he telling th atory of their ro
oants wun iairw, : .r. : r j. t. ..... m.
naeataarv : j. come a replacement u. huhum
offshore Nationalist Quemoy Is
lands in the battle alerted For
mosa Strait area.
At the sa.me time, Nationalist Nationalist
formation service, meanwhile, re- pared mustard. V4 cup finely
jmii vu a jiijfaicnvuo uw.jio.. ui.uJt.-u oiuini, iva .o uuutcs; ouiv-
ance of Communist fishing boats 4ge sharp American Cheddar pro pro-from
from pro-from the narrow channel separat. Cess cheese, chredded; IH cups
111 IIIC HCU lllBllllOJiu ... i ClUUW liUII rtlUIll, tUUIVCU fll.U u.din-
t a: I L.U ,.t'f, U.. llnH! j e ....
uifiiiuaiiu ..uiu ...v eiuuw nmusiuiii, cuurcu ai.u u.ai
held offshore Island pd A frankfurter!! cut crnaawi
neceaaw- ion, Tft r-.vmUta the art lire I ...... At me ine ui.., ., rl
Transmanving a ".. k i ,.r .5 "i .vl tu .tr sad the hook. miii.i. amirroa reoorted t n e group. inio w men uicea
into a large container fJIBIPL"2 -W"n. "HSLT ..TV7 sT7 Peter Townsend. ; nlst. had cleared the of! Military sources speculated the
aggravate a tyo -ot w'L7i7r to bv iourn.liat Normal :hn P waters of fishing boats in Ctommui
"The Story of Peter Townsend, communists had cleared the o f-, Military wurcea t i our water into top ot oouoie
was written by Journaliat Normal shore waters of fishing boats in Gbmmunists ordered the boats .o, boiler. Sprinkle instant nonfat dry
o ..ri tn. k. m.hli.hari ..ihi- mm,, tn nnn the sea stay in port for two possible rea- milk powder, flour and salt over
nes for a Red thrust at the Na- sons: sur.'aee of water; add mustard;
lies iw "... .T nron.nl loakaUM n infm'- k.. ..ill. ,.,(.,. I, .,,,. .....I I.!,,,,, I
onaliat held isiea. jhicm. ., ucm wuu ivi.ij wcaic. umi uicnu.
Th. ."ri,r.o. aiin said a Com- mation from the Red mainland to ed. Add onion. Cook over boiling
a 1 1 V aTUVia Vli ai.uw , ,
n,u. ........... .;,! n.... ......... i fintiito waa Knotted uuemoy. water, sttrrtni constantly, until
when they're clean and shiny. main, is a close personal rfiend in the Matsu Island area early -To clear the sea Unes for a thickened (about 8-10 minutes) Add
They'll benefit from an oc.es of Townsend's and that the flier today, but sallel away without Communist striae agamsu me na- cneese, and continue to cook, s nr-
.Inn.l .....kin. l.iit vaii can ..Vina li .. a ..j t.i 41... u.iil. M.llnn.lict hulivil w sKlnl I 1 1 nil li st Islilllils. rltl B ((Hist a tit i V lllllll ('llCCSC IlieltS.
?Ovl caw' find eharmlns wrought them with harmless praya mailimanu(cript. The book give, de.lsank one Chinese Red gunboat In Tokyo, U. S. 7th Fleet com Combine cheese sauce macaroni
kon garden 'VsM with hp der for the purpose-f adding luster ui,B oiritim.te conversations and routed three others In the mander Vice Adm VV a 1 1 a c e ,nd frankfurters in lH-quart cas.
loFpOts tp make n Slry addition to leaf... v between the princes, and the man same area Sunday. ; Be.kley old United Press Inter- serole Bake m moderate overn
j a.ew in.... h gnr renounced as a roya au tor, A defensa ministry communique uui .; k. a T "c0.Cr c., ui j ....u-
some of the common insects "e'VITcaid u. fed tnat Red ,nore batter- "posture o. readinesa" to help utes or until sauce bubbles,
as mites, aohida. mealy buga and ,. ... a .. ,,n latp Sun. maintain peace in the Far East.
Other, 'require, periodic treat V'ThI wa Beakley said it was "beyond my Oin,er.aiavorad Spanish Cream
ment of plants with an insocti : J- J'-eas at Clarence House danightnd gjtt roun s y jrvinflj)
Cine. .... .... m.... t.i..j r ..in th Kot ntiat reaction to anv Chinese neo a i.
Plw Ii ait to uui kaaa.iataM at aM .. !'" "Vf3 .";-;; ,ncd out encrnin, . ,r M.
.c.:'J".v,7..'':s".:rn..? :r: 5;;. ...d ;.m. M.t. .na Qumov. u.t ary mtik pcitr,
Yemen King Denies
epert lhal He
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Princess decided to end the close blasted the Quemoy Island com- Matsu and Quemoy.
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nenuanip inai iihkiwcii ineir ro.
mance, "The People" said.
Indian Sultan Sees
Pin-Up Of Daughter,
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bar struggle far reedom of parts
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wife who said she was held for mix. use m
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sponsible for coordlnatin the
production activities of Its af affiliates
filiates affiliates throughbut the world.
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father itill was a, Moslem and Director of Creole Pelrohum
believed that pa ing in a swim Corporation, was named to sue sue-suit
suit sue-suit "is a terrible thing to do." Iceed M. A. Wright, who was e-
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nionu the world's oil companies. Heat over hot water, stirring con.
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consistent with Jersey's general neat; stir jn vanila chill until
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In 1930. He studied petroleum
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Tnlsa in 1933, and In 1931 at attended
tended attended an advanced manage management
ment management course at Harvard.
Before loinlne: Creole In 1937.
where he started as district en engineer
gineer engineer of the Qulrionlre Dis Dis-vtnt
vtnt Dis-vtnt Vip hnrt been for four
vears a petroleum inspector of
the Venezuelan eovernment, in
the same area. During 21 years
with the company he has been
successively an assistant chief
engineer, chief petroleum en en-c
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manao-er anrt nrnfhlrt.lon man-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, AUGUST IS. I95g
Mazeroski Paces Pirates To
Bill's Three Hits Knock
In 3 Runs To Beat Spahn
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By FRED DOWN
MEW YORK, Aug. 12 (UPI) There's a saying
among baseball men that Bill Mazeroski is headed
for greatness and he's going to take the Pittsburgh
Pirates along with him.
Like most quips it's not 100 per
cent accurate but there's no doubt
that the 21-year old son of a Wheel
ing, W. Va., coal miner best ty typifies
pifies typifies the plucky battle the Pir Pirates
ates Pirates are waging to give Pittsburgh
its first pennant since 1927. He is
young, stylish, constantly lmprov lmprov-iiT
iiT lmprov-iiT and he's proving the most im im-)
) im-) :tant fact: he can rise to th
occasion under pressure.
Mazeroski demonstrated that
last night to 38,938 fans largest
crowd of the year in Pittsburgh
when he delivered three hits mat
knocked in three runs in the Pir
ates' 6-4 victory over the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves. The win boosted the
Pirates into a second place tie
with idle San Francisco, 6 games'
behind Milwaukee, and they haveiand Joe Adcock s double Face re
a chance to cut still further into
that lead tonight in the final game
of the two-game series.
Bob Friend want 8 2-3 innings
to win his 15th game of the ytar
and needs only seven more to
become the Pirates' biggest win winner
ner winner in 30 years. He needed he'p
in the ninth and got it from El'
roy Face, a 155 pound right righthander,
hander, righthander, who means almost as
much to the club as Mazeroski.
Last night's victory was ihc
Pirates' fifth consecutive victory
and the little reliever has appear
ed in the last four. Over the live
games, Mazeroski has collected
eight hits, knocked in six runs and
batted 471. For the season, Face
has appeared in 43 games and
been credited with 18 "saves"
while Mazeroski is hitting .278 andletics, 3-2.
First Sailfish Caught In Bay
Aboard Outboard Motorboat
Manuel Jose (Che) Pardes
made history sunday by catching
the first sailfish aboard an nut nut-boird
boird nut-boird motorboat in Panama Bay.
The sail was caught about six
miles off the Pedro Gonzalez Is Island
land Island tot the San Miguel Archipie-
lago aboard the El Mayor after a
15-minuta struggle. It wighed- 84
El Mayor tailed from the Pana
ma Yacht and Fishing Cub Dock
at noon Friday, along with Quo
Vadis, with Parades, S alustiano
(Tano) Chacon, Jose Pacho) de
la ussa ana lomas uoidDerz a-
They arrived at Cocos Point at
5p.m. without sighting a sail, al
though they caught several bo-
nitos, mackerel and other assort assorted
ed assorted fish. Saturday was a bad day
lor 'fishing, but Sunday proved to
be cfuite the contrary.
Four hours out, sailfish came
out of the depths to sniff at Cia
eon's bait. Flipping it aside with
his sail, he then swam away fast
after coming in contact with De
la Ossa's, but, as the tension
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:50
Dane Clark William Talman
"THE MAN IS ARMED"
COCO SOLO 7:00
"SHORT CUT TO HELL"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Tyrone Power Terry Moore
JVINli OF THE KHTBER
in Cinemascope & Colorl
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:15
Blng Crosby, Grace Kelly
In Vista Vision & Color!
PAR AISO 7:00
"THE GIANT CLAW" and
"THE SARACEN BLADE'
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"RUNNING WILD' and
CAMP NERD 7:00
"Hell's Half Acre" and
"Sweethearts On Parade"
With Grant William
- Also: -"LAWLESS
with Rock Hudson
is recognized as the league's best
The Pirates wasted no time get
ting to 15 game winner Warren
Spahn and finally kayoed him in
the seventh inning.
They went ahead, 2-0, in the sec second
ond second inning on a walk and singles
by Bob Skinner, Mazeroski and
Friend. A double by Bill Virdon,
Skinner's triple and Mazeroski 's
second single made it 4-0 in the
fifth and two singles, a sacrifice
fly and Mazeroski's triple adled
two more in the seventh.
Friend breezed along until the
eighth when the hard hitting
Braves softened him up on singles
by Red Schoendienst, Hank Aaron
lieved Frtend in the ninth when
two singles and two walks produc produced
ed produced another Milwaukee run. Aaron
greeted iace with a two-run single
but then he retired clutch-hitting
Adcock on a long fly to end the
The Philadelphia Phillies- won a
10-inning, 5-4 decision over the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs after losing a 12-11
13 inning scramble of a complet
ed game from June 1 in the oaly
other National League activity.
In the American League, Uie
Baltimore Orioles swept the New
York Yankees 3-2 and 9-3, the Chi
cago White Sox edged out the
Cleveland Indians, 3-1, the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators beat the Boston
Red Sox, 6-3, and the Detroit Ti
gers topped the Kansas City Aln
mounted aboard El
sail took a healthy
bite at P .re
des' bait and Chacon took to Hip
A few seconds later, Paredes
announced that he had success
fully hooktd the sail. Less than"
15minute s later he landed the
Won By Indians U.
University's new s "nmjg .cosch
Jim Counsilman, is uady for the
1958-59 season todft'- a, tor a team
made up of his "boys" walkei
off with the national men's AAU
outdoor swimming and diving
The Counsilman coached In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis Athletic Club, defenj defenj-ing
ing defenj-ing champion, beat out runner up
Los Angeles Athletic Club, 31 R3,
in the three day meet which
The Los Angeles team, boasting
Australian ireestyle aces Jon lien lien-ricks
ricks lien-ricks and Murray Rose, won 8 of
the 15 events while Indianai,!.s
had wins in only 4. But the top
individual point-getter was Georcj
ureen of the IAC, who was df
veloped by Counsilman at C ,rt ,rt-land
land ,rt-land State Teachers College, New
York. Breen tallkied 15 points on
three second place finishes.
To Be Success As
WASHINGTON (UPI) H.irrv
(Cookie) Lavagetto, who had to
be persuaded to take the joo in
the first place and still thinks he
has "a lot to learn," says n-.nv
he's very anxious to becom a
success as manager of the Wash
He got an added chance to
make good Saturday when !h"
oeuaiurs Kave mm a new
tract extending through the
"I like the job because I
to eat," he said. "But now
becoming a challenge to me
195J nn-195J like
1 want to stick as a big lea
Cookie's Senators have no place
to go but up. They're pi c ity
solidly entrenched in last place
m mo American League, aid
that's just about normal.
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BALBOA SWIMMING CLASS These youngsters are members of the competitive swimming class which has been working out
each weekday at the Balboa pool as part of the Schools' swimming program. Left to right, top row: Maggie Mahoney, Chris Christina
tina Christina Vogt, Jane Holgerson, Linda Fawcett, Carolina Camby, James Wilson, Sitting, Stewart Brown, Zoann Blerman, Jody Sum Sum-merford,
merford, Sum-merford, James Bay, William Arey, Andrew Jacobsen, Roark Summerford. Kneeling, Teresa Bay, Karen Gordon, Robert Malla-
han, Jerry Chisholm, Richard Mallahan, Agnes Proback.
By Conrado Sargeant
Jockey Reinaldo Gomez, who
got a total of eight meets for not
showing up to ride Rabiblanco on
Saturday and Buscapleitos on Sun
day, toppeu the list of suspensions
at the President Remon racetrack
over the weekend. Gomez left for
the U.S. yesterday.
Next was apprentice rider Car Carlos
los Carlos Quiros who got six meets i for
crossing Bosilongo and Bugab:i
with Solito in Saturday's third
Grand Finish, Presidente, Dun,
Aberargie and Tanara were sus suspended
pended suspended by the track's veterinarian
for being lame after their respec respective
tive respective races.
Carlos Bovil netted a $10 fine for
dropping his whip while riding Ma
triculado is Sunday's seventh race.
The paddock judge slapped a
$5 fine en Ernesto Paris for
sending his horse, Puesto, out
on the track with the curong
colors The horse eventually had
to be scratched whan he went
lame after crashing into the
Emilio (Chato) Mejia got a $10
fine for sending Guacamaya 'at
to the receiving barn for Satur
day's third race.
Cartillero was set down fou
meets and Ciria, two, for their i
fractiousness and refusal to start1
their respective fields
The stewards granted jockeys
Bias Aguirre and Guiller mo Milord
permission to convert the remain
ing meets of their suspensions in into
to into fines. They were both set down
ten days ago for riding infraction.--.
Celestial Fire dropped dead on
the way back to his stall after
trailing in Saturday's eighth race.
He had set a hot pace then came
to a virtual walk at the finish The
veterinarian reported that the ani
mal showed symptoms of an in internal
ternal internal hemorrhage.
Wealthy turfman Sylvio Lazzar Lazzar-in's
in's Lazzar-in's much talked about three year year-old
old year-old colts Saneado, Esbirro, Su
gus and Mercedario and the
good four year-old Sabotaje II fin finally
ally finally left the Isthmus en route to
The only Lazzarin racers left at
he President Remon racetrat';
are the broken winded sprinter
Pibe Lintk) and the bad-legged ve veteran
teran veteran Goiazo.
The promising colts were ac accompanied
companied accompanied aboard the plane by
Laxzarln, jockey Reinaldo Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, groom Reginald (Jack) Da Da-Costa
Costa Da-Costa and owner-trainer Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto Paris.
The well-bred Irish filly Ann
ROCK HUDSON In
$1.10 per CAR!
RICHARD KIM. FY In
ipr nr, rnnmA till mum
"THE PHENIX CITY STORY"
DON'T GO NEAR
with Glenn Ford
with Elvis Presley
Drake, reportedly sold for a high
price for breeding purposes to
Kentucky brood farm, also made
the trip to the U.S. on the same
Sources close to brilliant Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian jockey Manuel Ycaza in insist
sist insist that the young rider will vi visit
sit visit his homeland sometime this
week. Members of Ycaza's fami
ly were reportedly expecting him
at Tocumen airport late last night.
Only yesterday, Ycaza booted
home four winners t Arlington
Park near Chicago.
General Manager Roy Harney
ot the Philadelphia Phillies, ont of
the most outspoken critics of this
year's National League schedule,
joined in praising a porposal yes-
terday which would start the 1959
season tour days earlier than
According to a
draft made available to all eight
NL clubs for study, the 1959 sea season
son season would open on April 10, the
earliest starting date in 46 years,
and close on Sept 27. It would
extend the season by four day;,
thus permitting each club to make
four trips to the West Coast. This
season some clubs made three
trips to the coast and others made
The 1959 schedule also calls for
the elimination of five-game se'ies
at Los Angeles and San Francisco
and "other objectionable fea features"
tures" features" of the 1958 schedule. This
year's schedule was designed pri primarily
marily primarily to give the Giants and
Dodgers favorable dates for the
inauguration of major leage
baseball on the West Coast.
Equalize Road Trips
"This is a big improvement and
a real firm stride in the right di
rection," llamey said in Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. "We would like to equalise
the road trips for all teams, and
maybe with this earlier starting
date this can be accomplished
Charlie Grimm, Chicago Cubs
vice president, and Fred Hutchin
son St. Louis Cardinals manager.
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Jeff CHANDLER, in
"LADY TAKES A FLYER
Joan WALDON, In
"DAY OF THE BADMAN"
Overflow Crowd Sees
National Take Playoff
Basketball Series Lead
How They Stand
Teams W L Pet
Nacional 2 0 1 000
C. Balboa 1 1 .500
Marlboro 1 1 .Mill
Kent 0 2- ,r0
Saturday night's Results
Marlboro 73 Kent 70
Nacional 92 Cerveza Balboa 9J
To Start NL
also agreed the ne w schedule
would .eliminate some of the un
lair features of the current slnte.
'It sounds like a return to nor
malcy in baseball to me," Grimm
said in Chicago. "I'll be glad tc
also agreed the new schedule
fixed un. It (the 1959 schedule)
will eliminate a lot of unfairness
and this business of the Cubs be
ing home at the same time Mil
waukee is at home
"I m all for the change,"
Hutchinson said, "the way it has
neen me iaras ana tne UuDs were
lorced to make four trips to ine
West Coast and the others only
mree. we were swinging like pen pendulums
dulums pendulums because we had to be
home to catch the West Coast
clubs on an eastern swing and the
eastern clubs on the western
Become Eastern Teams
When the Giants and Dodgers
movea meir iranchises to the
West Coast, Chicaeo and St.
Louis became the other western
rlnhc in l I U. t I 7Ttte
burgh, Cincinnati and Philadelphia
were grouper as eastern clubs.
Pittsburgh General Manager
joe l.. Brown had little to say ex
cept that the Pirates would votn
for the proposed schedule when it
comes up for ratification at
league meeting on Sept. 8. At
that time, night games and other
lesser details will be ironed out
In Los Angeles, a Dodgers offi
ciai said, "We're happy about
the change. It will enable the
Dodgers to present a greater Va
riety to the fans with fewer long
series. It should mean an end to
five game series with one ciub
and provide a well-varied sched
ule in 1959 and future seasons."
Actually, the first leaeue came
of the 1959 season will be played
un mursuay, April 9, at Cincm
nati, but the league recognizes the
day on wmcn all clubs are sched
uled to play as the olficiai opener
BREAKS OWN RECORD
SCHIEDMAN, Holland (UP!)--
uawn rraser ol Australia broke
her own world record lor the
women's 100 meter freestyle
swimming event when she swam
the distance in 1:01.2 at the Duteh
The Globe Trotters in
"(it) MAN GO"
Rorv CALHOUN in
'FLIGHT TO HONG KONG"
by VICTOR GRAY
The National gym again proved
inadequate to handle the overflow
crowd that was oh hand to wit
ness the second doubleheadei of
the RP cage loop playoffs. Boih
games were marked by last min
ute rallies by the losers, Kent fal falling
ling falling short by three points in the
afterpiece and Cerveza QBalboa mis missing
sing missing by two in the afterpiece.
Marlboro 73 Kent 70
With both clubs handicapped at
the start of the game by the ab absence
sence absence of their stellar players,
Christopher of Kent and Bryam
of MirlDoro, the contest for the
first half and some minutes of the
second was lacking of thrills. On
completion Oi the first period, Marl
boro 40 to 32.
With Eddie (Tico) Bermudez
1 playing the leading role, the Co'u
nites continued to increase their
margin, and it was a good tiling
that they did, as with -eight min minutes
utes minutes remaining, the Kent club
came to life when their- star, Boo Booby
by Booby Christopher, rushed into the
game after playing a hard 32 min minutes
utes minutes at Albrook, and gave the f if I
Tom outfit the scare of their livos.
High scorers for Marlboro were
Bermudez with 12 points and
Aikman with 11. For losing Kent
it was Colley with 21, Saarlat with
15 and Simpson with 11.
Nacional 92 Cerveza Balboa 90
Again" it was the same old story,
"they just had suilicieni llt to
see them through '. The Luzcando
coached giants of national basket basketball,
ball, basketball, salvaged another hairline con
test Saturday night when they out outlasted
lasted outlasted a game Cerveza Balboa
quintet to win 92 to 90.
With 2he score reading Nacional
57, Cerveza Balboa 38 at half time
njost of the fans present, believed
it was going to be just another
Walk-away: for Agard, Beyes, Fraz Fraz-er
er Fraz-er and Co. But alc.s ter running
up and down the court for some
considerable time, the giants ran
out of gas, and their smaller op opponents,
ponents, opponents, steadily cut down the
score to come within striking dis distance.
tance. distance. But fate had to play a decid deciding
ing deciding role in the Beermen's rally
when with five minutes remaining,
their star guard Miguelito Marsh
was forced to leave the game on
fouls and two minutes later, the
officials' gong sounded, announc
ing the departure of their abie
center Dano de Leon for the same
offense. As usual, a Frazer bas basket
ket basket steaded the sagging sails of
the floundering Nacional ship, put
logeiner wun a pair ol chariliy
tosses inrown in by substitute Hec
Cerveza iBalboa had a golden op
portunity to even up things with
one minute and 20 seconds remain-
ing, and three points behind,
"Catcher" White failed to sinK
two free throws, his, side losing
posession of the ball. Leading Can Candidate
didate Candidate lor "rookie o; the yetr"
honors Ernesto "Nabas" Davie
played a. big part in the loser's
futile struggle, contributing 16
For Nacional it was stratosnhe-J
ncai Ariuro Agard with 26 points
loaning we scoring parade. Close
behind was coach Luzcando with
25 and Ramon Reyes with 17. Ed
gardo White, who many Unt be believe
lieve believe would be one of the test
ends in football because of his abi ability
lity ability to receive passes and covort
them into scores was the leiding
scorer of the night with 28 Dario
de Leon with 17 was second best
tor the losers.
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Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
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winning J?S:.?2 eir
'iv: ,""J "t ueieanne car ik'
tZTLJ K W of 84-59. wito
ing column bv iVZ
ir.1?, points, if waffim mmm
imiieu around and scored iniVvz?' W Vmf &
t win over Drffl, ISS4:
period 54-50. PSCltetl Ve
Nahmad fed h "!225. JfSS.
points W:'ii" ?.' .w ln ..W
osers with 16 points Dl7mr
hoonsters enHed Z35Z
with a 2iWLv'
"Globetrotters", out again Ted
the.-Oldsters" with Si wfnli?
Whllo bVorl D 1 TTTT'
osers with 12 points.
nayuuuriw loniH ihAi
Reds Bounce Nina Ponomarva
From Track And Field team
For Uncomradely Conduct'
mrncpniir a..m 10 tttit mi
n i. 1 ,,
. ww, Mini 1. v a, i lie uuny WUIUHII MIS
.mo vnivnci Ifilii a 1U11UI1CSV XVI
1 t tl A 1 1. 1 1 it
nine icu uais, iias oeen cxpenen
from the Soviet national track and
field team for "uncomradely con-
uci, 11 was disclosed today.
The newspaper "Soviet Sport"
said the 29-year-old Nina and shot
puncj viaiiua iyuinm I WO 07
Russia's top women athletes-had
1. ...... V. 1 f ... t
uccu uuiiuvea irom me BOV1C1
squad by the All-Union Track and
The Section, ruling body of Sov Soviet
iet Soviet track, said the two women
WPtta (Tlliltv ff ",,,,( iol irn nnl .n
xneir disgrace came less tnan
a month after Edcliard Streltsov,
star soccer player, was sentenced
to 12 years in jail for "hooligan
ism aiiu raue.
OIIU 1 1fl
ouviei aporv am not specny
exactly what caused the expulsion
of Nina, who had made headHno
two years ago when she wa? ar
rested for shoplifting hats from ai
It said Miss Zyblnm and shut
put ace T. Tyshkevich had refus-
d to mount the nedaatal te re-
w l Pet.
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56 .495 Ulfc
57 .479 1
4 .429 24
Chicago at, Cleveland
Baltimore at' New York
Kansas City at Detroit (N)
Boston it Washington (N)
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rii saw .iTf- Ti
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Cleveland OOO 000 looZ? 7 ?
running (9.7), Aguirre and tt
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Michel AJTS ,i-
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by pumnine fuTr.iea
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hv thl v i. is 1
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S ji 8' Mc
Mead, Berfy (F)
ffy er McKe,
3m .' ir
12 m -12
J 1 ;
Ti..J. J "V"
ceive their second and third nine
medals dttring the Soviet cfc
1'iuiisnips at 'a n ;o,.i
Despite their expulsion, both fe
n? ?"d Oalina retained their titles
Jr. t inR,er of Snort
Niha, a strapping school teach"...
nam. fWjtf f." gOt he.
'iuiii pages oi west
ern newspapers in October. lii:.
? .? was arrsted on chargei
of stealing five little red hatt
worth about $3 from a Undon
She Was cnnvirlod on k. -U- 1
Ilftlntr rhnrw. nn,l i.--. j r
returned the hats
Nina had gone to London JiiW
i a Soviet mfi That T ?
( competed aeainm ,ic.k
"L: V" IC'U.
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sins CMc'lte" the meet rhnrl"
ing the emWincW.nT was 'WrL
DAI, AUGUST 12. 195
m w m m
Scantlebury. Miami's Smith
Fined $50 Suspended 3 Days
1 Junior Vlympics AiorooK
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPI R
m i n .ri
at the Abrook Pool
. 4 1 At- t 1
Junior Olympics long couus.;
TWs meet was sponsored by the
lie cr nv w nivision ni acou'Jii
The Junior Olympics short
rsp xw mm dv uirci win
1 Sept. la at me Uamboa rooi
. D. Summerlord
V Wit helm
I. 1A J I
If a ru Thnmninn
A It i Hi Ml
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11 and 12
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r Briert Heaver whether photographers are in stght
nS O'Brien Hanover, trained by Del, has .captured tiie
Jubilee and Messenger Stakes and now Pnts tor the 70,0M
Little Brown Jug at Delaware, O.. Sept. Is.
Heel, O'Brien's ir$, and won the '51 Jug. O Brien is a pacer
aur ".'sm-'isi i a ; an
w v. i
28Vi 31' 2
Scott Atwater 26 34
Pepsi Cola-Martini 26 34
Duran Coffee Blue Star 21 3J
Leading averages Damian
181,; Melaftson 173, Kunkel 173.
lr.nl i SeoH Atwater 1
Tbe Kent Cigarillos bounced
rieht back from last week's sat
hack with a 3 to 1 verdict ov. r;
the mitt-outt bqys o." Scott Atwa'-
er moors In the opener Ken won
hv scant 19 oins-. and entered the
winning circle in the second game
bv 28 pins However, the Scott
Atwaters caught up with the Ktnts
and won the finale by 6 pins
iHntch l.ane. sharpening uu ins
tH. oncornine Classic a
i '.w. .o-M AtratA-s when he
i .u. i.-..!i Ai.i.ui.. whrn hp
ir.r tne jcom Jj
, fu., ,., ar
SrSu itv 7 Tsi
tood bowling, when for the fourth;
week in a row he went over D'.0,
this time 534. And the youngster
Curly tes, 'just made it. 500 on
Tivoli Travels 2 Balboa Beer 2
In a match devoit of 200 games.
Ike alboa Eccr. and Travei A-
irSafr fto,S:0f Track-Cield Meet
were even, me Jivoii lravtis
started o-.i fast and furious, am
leftr the Iboa Beer stading stiil
by 88 pin. ...
Howevci, the Beer Barrels start
rl rnllina in the second stanza av
ru ""t .j looav as me ouismmuiin siai
Wed oul a slim 'ive pin win, ann;,. Ttkiij ct..i.0'
in me lasi sesmou,
.kept poruing out the strikes andjphant European tour,
.narcs in order to win the gameT
,nd wipe out uic aencu oi ue,
first game. They were on the way
?n do both, when the Tivoli Tra
thfcW a blockade and the
best bet with 534. Jack Viws!
next m line with 311 and'
IP l.ruuail.'S VU.1LUUIH1I u.
boa lanes lairaen sub. for the
hoa Beers, beoree raetzser oi
a i it ii w a ill kill ina ii w nit 'Ki
I Dunlop-Hillman 2
Pepsi Cole Martini 3
The Pepsi Cola-Martini Mixtures
ful nights when they came out on
top'agilnsi the DUnlop Hiliman
team- The 0 and H chaps help"
themselves to the first game bvl
Til JIJ vv iiiui'i ,-mv. v uu
live Dins. This spurred the ocpm
.kids to come back and grabbed
.'the second ef.ort by ten pins. They
2. Laura Williams
Eoys 13 ami 14
1. E. Liniors
2. J. Nickerson
3. T Hen' r on
0ys 1$ and 16
1 Mike Ouver
58 Meters Free sty It
1. Mathew Manning :35.5
2: John Tow """H --3.
3. --3. Andy Jacobson :37 3
1. Linda Benton :37.4
2. Pal P ivies :40.3
3. Helen Manning :40.4
50 Meters Backstroke
1. Andy Jacobson :47.7
2 Mathew Manning :48.4
3. Jody Summerford :54.7
1. Linda Benton' :47.9
2. Helen Mannm" :50.1
3. Judy Redmond :50.7
T)p1 Miller smiles when he is
i then swairmed the Dunlop
mans uy iuo ijiiis uu i.whw
dit for tnree rallies.
The heroes for the Martini Pepsi
Colas were: Battling Ski Prusiuow
ski with 503, Ron King 526 and
the old reliable, Pepe Damian, 5W4
which included a 10 single game.
For the Dunlop Hillman, And Hi:
ly had 514, and Ed Kunkel 569 in
which 211 single game was hign
Cafe Duran-Blue Star 1
Zenith Radio J
The Duran Coffee blended witn
Blue Star Cream won the opemr
in a low searing game But after
this initial effort it was all Zenitli
v or the next three points.
However, neither team set anv
records. In act Uuran -blue Mar
were more than three hundred pins
under their season hijh mark.
Rpf,alsp three Doint de.
i.I1C11-. .lne uuran-a.ars wna ueepei
Muuna away- i uiii e..
- r f
Raul Alvarado's bowling was their" ,",, Walk(.r
only redeeming feature the J"n' W
ran oiars oy vuiue ui a ju e-
n.For the Zenith Radios, the
one brone into the 200 single gamci
Greeks Dub O'Brien
Outstandino US Mar
ATHENS, Greece (UPI) Fccr
1 11 r A'DiA A Ivl I .1 l
colorful Olympic champion who
won every time out, was hailel
tndav as the outstanding star of
Greece that concluded
O'Brien set a m w stadium re
a ... fe t 5f incneg s.n
Lc Ji i -y,S
T,0 T.n. Anoelee miiorl.. man:
feet If inches, thus climaxed an!
4u. sc.i3n. .t wr.
., iu0 pnin, at Rnrianrst
.... h. uiinflarl.nc '.iw imr i
.,- h r.rMiVt tt ws nrc.
...i ...hi, imnhv n.o
in the two
The U n i Le d States mcn'sl
teams outscofed Its rivals in each'
of the four canitnl cities: !h
; j kj. t w
Moscow and Warsaw but were
v 1 c t o r i o u s in Budapest, and
The Americans won seyen of
10 men s events Sunday an
srnrinr; cr n sweep f
SI Meters B re est stroke
1. Jody MM mei :jo.
2. Dale Gilly 1:08.0
3 Levon Fonsom 1:084
1 Lillian Thomas ?58.5
2. Pat Davies :59.0
3. Bonnie Mattice 1:00.7
50 Meters Butterfly
1. John Tcwnsend :47.2
2. Duke Wilson :48.0
3. Duncan Summerlord :50.0
l. Pat Albritton 1:12.4
2 Sandra Mingin 1:23.8
3. Melanie Whalen 1:28.8
208 Motor Ind. Medley
1. Jane Wilson 4:53.0
2. Bonnie Mattice 5:04.8
MM Motor Freestyle
l. John Townsend, Duke Wilson
Andy Jaeohson, Mathew Man Manning
ning Manning 2:38.0
1. Linda Benton, Ginger Thom.as,
Helen Manning, Judy Redmond
SO Motors Free My It
1. Martin Holmes :326
2. Jerry Banks :37.7
3. Stewart Brown :38.4
1. Margaret Mahoney :34.5
2. Coiichita Graves :35.8
3. Gall Albritton :41.2
100 Meters Freestyle
1. Jerry Mann 1:24.5
2. Roark Summerford 1:25.8
3 Dick Dugan 1:370
1. Margaret Mahoney 1:1
2. Christina Vogt 1:38.8
3. Gail Albritton 1:44.9
SO Motors Backatroko
1. Jerrv Mann :42.7
1. Margaret Mahonty :44.1
2. Mary Dignam :51.9
3. Rozlyn Rhodes :53.3
SO Meters Breostttreke
1 Robert Lythe :51.0
2. Stewart Brown :51.0
3. Jerry Banks :52.8
1. Pat Daly :51.0
2. Bunny Henderson -.51.7
3. Christina Vogt :52.8
50 Motor Butterfly
1. Martin Holmes :40.8
2 Jerry Mann :48.S
3. Stewart Brown :47.I
1. Pat Daly :47.9
2. Gail Albritton :55.5
3. Bunny Henderson ;7.t
M0 Motors ln1. Medley
1. Roark Summerford 4:02.i
1. Nam:y Ward 4:575
2. Elaine Cobb 5:38.2
SO Motor Freestyle
i. James Manning :a.i
2. Harry Vanloon :30.8
3, Gordon Boswell :33.8
lt Charlene Graves :32.3
2. Jeannie Walker :35.4
3 Frances Yost :36.0
10O Motor Freestyle
1 itarry VanLoon 1:13.8
j. Jeannie Walker 1:28.2
2. Mary Baldirnie 1.35.0
3. Ann cood L.w.a
.. .. LU n.M a
jqo Motors Freestyle
t. Harry VanLoon 2:57.4
2. Tom Dugaii 2:58.3
3. Tony Hassler 3:19 5
i Mary Baldirnie 3:30.0
too Motor Backstroke
i, .lames niaiimiiK i.oi.i
Tony Hassler 1:39.1.
3. Gordon Boswell
100 Meters Brreststrok
1. Tom Dugan
Gordon Boswell 1:51.2
j 1 Pamela Theriot 1:53.8
j 2. Donna Oleen 2:05.4
. Judy Ward 2:05.8
100 Motor Butterfly
I. Tom Dugan 1:23. 5
1. Helen George 1:56. 0
Motors Ind. Medley
- pmm Otetn
2- Juy Ward
i y, u.. e,. .i. !.
II. John Pecor, David Neal, Fred
Girk, Boh Dan ortn z:za.7
- ""', o p,mu Th.r ,.t
1. Helen George, Pamela Thenot.
Frances Vost, Charlene Graves-
SO Meters Freestyle
Csrolyn Holmes 3:08.8
100 Meters Freestyle
1. Carolyn Holmes 1:16.2
200 Meters Freestyle
1. Gary Gilly 8:12.1
l.Caroly n Holmes 1:08.8
1 Gerry Detore 3:30.4 .,
i. Beverly Bowman 5:18.0
1. Ray Caldwell 8:54.7
AIR LIFT Mike Osborn, left, and Simon Khoury sail through
the air in breath-taking style at Cypress Gardens, Fla., as Roger
Ray, scooting along below, waves them on. All three will com compete
pete compete in national tournament at Pine Mountain, Ga Aug. 22-24.
Reading that the 20-year old
Australian had trained for his as
tounding 3:54.5 mile on oats, nuts,
dried fruit and diced bananas, the
youngest of the hefrs, himself an
aspirant to modest athletic accom accomplishment,
plishment, accomplishment, was plainly dismayed.
"What does the guy eat for food?
Despairingly, we concluded that
if such a drab diet is a prerequisite
to supreme endeavor, the world
must look elsewhere for its future
record breakers. We realize now
that in addition to the birds and
the bees we should have got intoilutlon expands under the compel fastest racing boat, won hyara hyara-the
the hyara-the life and times of Bernard Mac-lling force of opposition was to; planing's most coveted trophy the
Fadden be seen in Ben Hogan's victory in Gold Cup, Sunday m a contest
... u u f 'the '48 Open. Jim Turnesa (286) that sent one driver to the hos hos-Herb
Herb hos-Herb Elliott, who has Just n tnd Jim Demaret (278) brf.h pital and two boats td the deep
run the mile nearly three seconds : broke ,he 0pen reCQrd wher u. six."
ianer wan omj we
cd history is a s
cation of the MacFadden theory
that aa a source of miraculous
physical energy, dry sticks, aban
doned bird s nests ana mowiea
pumpkin rinds, au naturel, are
Since success unfailingly excites
slavish imitation, Elliott may bring
shout the mass conversion that
failed the muscle conscious pu
Wisher. In fulfillment of MacFad
den dogma, the meat and steak
man may be on the way out,.
MacFadden extended his own
life span considerably beyond the
$ciptural three score and ten. In
the 80 s he was still making pa parachute
rachute parachute jumps from terrifying
heights, once crash-landing in a
c-- j v t 1 ...
tree from wnicn no aangieu
a grotesque Christma ornament,
until hauled down. At this stage,
it was noted, even -his most faith-
ful disciple began to return to the
ronvenhonal blue plate special.
Just how important a Dart, the
nature ooy aiei pi.yru ...
young Australian's smasher is a
matter ior speti,imua. L wim,
Jt wasn't a deterrent. Betides El
iliott, four other in this remarka remarkable
ble remarkable race eclipsed four minutes, pre-
1 sumably all on standard groceries
Elliott s version, mat cm iiwi
combined at iut the proper time
is more comprehensible to lay
pace remorselessly sustained, may
have been the decisive factor.'
Pressure is a challenge that flames
the competitive spark, and in
some mysterious, magnificent way
NEWPORT, R. I. (UPI) Mai
Anderson was the top attraction
today as the Newport invit.uion
tourney, oldest tennis show in the
nation, opened a week-long stand
at the famed Newport Casino.
The top seeded Australian
....... lw,,. ,i .. on Arl1 nn favArilf.1
to c a p"., r e his third straight' DOVER England Aug. 12 -singles
title (UPI) Brazilian businessman A-
Anderson 'barely had time to bilio Couto, who failed in four at at-get
get at-get here after weathering through tempt to swim the English Cha..
the longest Irial round of the nel last year, made it Sunday
Eastern singles Sunday at South the fir?! sw-mmer of the sea sea-Orange,
Orange, sea-Orange, N. J. Ham Richardson son to complete the gruelling
took the young Aussie through 71 crossing from t ranee to England,
games before surrendering, 6 3, Couto waded ashore fPnlng
6-4 6 8 13-15, 6-4. and looking resh. at North lore-
c.,u,i mmlnii in iho I nn n.i. v land just outside Dover, 12 hours
was Ashley Cooper,
Aussie Neal Frasrr third.
Happened to .
In the summer before he
rolled at the University of Vtr.the way across but during the tin
ginia in 1826, Harrv Flippin rst al two hours of his eat he ws
achieved athletic prominece by watched by hundreds of persons
winning the national AAU's no linin? the clii's of Dover for the
discontinued Pentathlon event. At annual cross channel parade.
Virginia in 1828, he captained the Two other swimmers. Gerald
Cavalier track team and won the Forsberg of the Royal Navy and
special high hurdles at the Penn a British girl named .June Gilbert,
Relays. In the off season for were reported to have left Dover
track. Flippin played a fine gam during the night for an attempt on
of football at end for Coach Ore the Channel,
sy Neaie Georncs Pourcelles, 33, a big
Whatever happened to Harry blond Fench swimming fnstruc'o. fnstruc'o.-Flippin?
Flippin? fnstruc'o.-Flippin? He ii engaged in medi from Calais, attempted to swim
cal research todav a nrofesso! of the Channel yesterday from Ca;J
medicine at the Univeraity of Gris Nez hu a-t with seasick seasick-Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania. seasick-Pennsylvania. ncss a.'ter two hours.
enables a determined man to sur
pass his own limitations.
When Cobb Hit .420
Something like this probably
happened in the American League
years ago when Joe Jackson, hit
.408, only to finish second to Ty
Cobb, who, spurred by the defiant
challenge, soared to .420, an all j
time personal high,
A more recent demonstration
of how ability with built in reso-'.
loon Hoean shattered t with 276.
0ne of the more pleasing aspects
of Elliott's epic wag that it could
not in any way be questioned on
the basis of idiomatic, rabbits
Ml 1 A
inere were no spurious starters
hand picked to set a sizzling pace ;
in the early stages, unmindful of
their ability even to last the dis distance.
tance. distance. Elliott had been embarras embarrassed
sed embarrassed in this manner in a California
meet last spring and the rulinp
by now a most academic matter,
Predict a 3.30 Mil
The sub four-minute mile has
of course become commonplace.
Everybody is doing it now. There
is nothing really extraordinary a-
I wi 1 f f hii m i t mi 1 ta in xlnclnrc ai
ewii i'n 111 v hiiiiii jii 1.1USICI a, Cf
jther, A year ag0 in London the:
fjrst our fmisners bettered fouriTft oTanfliro Anon
minutes and the fifth was timcd I I O VapiUie UpCII
jn 4 oae
j A7 et on, four h ROCKTON. Ill fUPI) Mar
.1 D.. is. u. I Lena Faulk. Thomasville, M
1 ... ...
i cbwic ine nisi w run uie uisiance
. th . miniltf,, sinf,.
in less than four mi
than u'J h. r
had -some ofrty odd
ck nes. an indication that the
handicap has always been more
psychological than physical.
Where do the miles go from
here? Elliott considers 3.50 a
good probabiity. Bannister believes
3 W n0, fo be ,mp0ssjDe and Lew
is Burton, an authority on track
and field before being Inducted
into the Yonkers trotting hierachy,
predicts an ultimate 3.30.
"We'll have fields even sup superior
erior superior to the one Elliott beat." pro promised
mised promised the reformed press boxer.
"That will mean a sturdier chal challenge
lenge challenge and constant Application of
pressure. The mjle will become a
long sprint and some day some someone
one someone is simply going to force
somebody to get down to 3.30."
To Make Channel
Crossing In 58
ann a mmuies auer eiiirnns
water at Cap Gris Nez.
Rough seps a"d treacherous cur currents
rents currents defeated him in four tries 'o
: Ik. i K I loci na.r 14a
(-.win! i-ir v'miii'ii in"
returned to England last Tuesday
1 tor another attemnt and. he re reported,
ported, reported, "Just grabbed the first
I fine day that came along" with without
out without stooping for a practice swim.
Thick fe delnved him nart of
MONTREAL, Aug. 12 (UPI) ;
President Frank Snaugunessy of
the International riaseoan League;
tooay suspenueu Miami tnird
oa.seman Forrest Smith ami 10
runio pitcher Pat Scantlebui lor.j
three uays ana tinea tnem 59;
each for a brawl in a game at Toy
ronio baturaay mgm.
Here is what happened; After
Frank Her r era of Miami had hit
homo run, Hie next pitch to
mith was high, smith dropped
io the ground, but in the um umpire's
pire's umpire's opinion it was not closo
enough to bo considered a besn besn-ball.
ball. besn-ball. On the next pitch Smith swnn'
at the ball ana threw his bat to
ward the mound, hitting Scantle
bury on the ankle.
Scantlebury picked up the
bat, charged toward the plate
swinging it, and piayers rusiied
onto the field and started a gen general
eral general fight. Shaughnessy said
Scantlebury hit Chuck Esssgian
ot Miami on the leg with the ui.
The night before after Lew Mor Morton
ton Morton o 'ten unto had hit a home run,
pitcher John Gray of Miami pitch
ed high and inside to Boo Johnson.
The ball hit Johnson's liand when
he threw it up to protect his head.
"Regulations of the Interna Internationa
tiona Internationa I League require that after
a homo run is hit and the pitch pitcher
er pitcher throws a fait ball, high and
inside, to the next hitter, the um
pir must order him from the
game," Shaughnessy said.
"This the umpire failed to do,
and in my opinion, his failure to
do so led the players to believe
that the regulation would not be
enforced, and as a result we had
this fracas the following night."
Shaughnessy added that in the
opinion of the umpires, Smith's
throwing o; the bat at ScSnilebu ScSnilebu-ry
ry ScSnilebu-ry was "deliberate."
Hawaii Kai III Wins
HVflrAnlfl,nP Ufllfl 11111
nfUl WIIOllv UVIU lll
SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI)
Hawaii Kai III, the world's
! wa". Kal W(?" two "Lats P'"s
final to rack up 2,000 points am
a record speed mark of 103 4R1
miles per hour for the 90 mill
will go in the record
I I I M I 1 1 1 J
. .ilh h.r m.rW nl ,uu
m.D.h. for a measured mile.
Miss Thriftway, the defending
champion, crashed into a Coast
Guard picket boat on the first
turn of the second heat, injuring
driver Bill Muncey and two Coaft
Guardsmen- They were.4ktfi to
a hospital with cuts and bruises,
but Miss Thriftway and the picket
boat went to the bottom
1 o ei ra me a seven
I overcame a seven stroke e
licit going into the last
Women's Open Sunday.
Miss Faulk shot a final round
holes to win the 6 500 Macktjwn
nar 72 and finished with a 54
hole total of 216 for a one strnke
edge over Joyce Ziske and Mar
lene Bauer Hagge and top money
At the halfwav mark of the final
round Miss Ziske held a five
stroke advantage over Mrs. Haas'1
and a seven stroke margin over
Wiffie Smith took fourth place
with a 219. while Jackie P.'
Bev Hanson and Ruth Jessen tied
for fifth with 223.
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S.S. "DIEMERDYK" Aug. 22
TO I KCONTINENT
S.S. "DALERDYK" August. 15
S.S. "DONGEDYK" August 24
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Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905
new tire cost
OF YOUR USED TIRES
You Receive the SAME
AND THE SAME
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use the FIRESTONE Tire Balancing Service
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FOR SALE: Leaving tountrv.
1954 Ford Customline Y-S se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition driven
only 23.000 milei. Panama 1 -6784.
FOR SALE : 1 947 Packard 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good mechanical condition.
$90. Home 234-C. Coco Solo.
FOR SALE: 52 Fordomatic Vic Victoria
toria Victoria with extras. Call Balboa
2.2155 1574-C Gavilan Road.
$$$ SAVE MONEY $$$
Autos Eisenman Offers the best
Used Cars in Panama.
1957 Dodge-Coronet Hd. Top
atone, radio. WS W tires, push
button trans., like new.
1957 Buick-Riviera Hd. top,
lutont stand, trans., radio, white
vails tires. Excellent condition.
1957 Chevrolet-Station Wagon
4DR automatic trans, radio. Like
1956 Mercury-Montclare Hd. top
tutone leather upholstery. rJio,
WW tires, automatic trans. Like
1956 Cadillac Hdtop, radio, W
W tires, automatic trans. Like
1955 Chevrolet 4DR. Wagon
tuton. radio. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 1955 Chevrolet tutone. radio, 6
ryl. Stand, trans.
1954 Buick-4DR Sedan tutone
WW tiros, leather upholstery.
1951 Pontiac-Catalina Hdtop
tutone, new upholstery, radio W
W tires, very clean and nice
Open all day Next to Coca
Cola Co. Tels: Panama 2-2616,
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Special
station wagon, 4 door, 6 passeng passenger,
er, passenger, radio, conventional drive. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent tires, 25,000 miles,
SI 960. Phone Balboa 6375,
6232-B, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Air conditioning
units (new) for BUICK Special
I95 and CHEVROLET V-8,
1958 ....... .". $298.50
Heaters for CHEVROLETS 1957
$35.00, SMOOT fir PAREDES.
S. A. PHONE 2-0600.
TO DEFEND TITLE
MEXICO CITY (UPI) Mon Monterrey,
terrey, Monterrey, the defending Lit Me
League baseball champion, has
qualified to play in this year's
"small frv world series" at Wil Wil-liamsport.
liamsport. Wil-liamsport. Pa. The Mexican
youngsters won the Latin Ameri American
can American title by beating Venezueui
EXPECTS CLOSE RACE
LONDON (UPI) Stanley
Bishop, skipper of "Sceptre," the
British entry in the Americas
Cup yacht race, said befor"
leaving for Now York Sunday ha
thought his craft had "a 50.".')
chance" to beat the U. S. in the
Newport, R. I., race next month
TRACK SETS RECORDS
YONKERS, N. Y. (UPI) -Yonkers
Raceway set attendance,
and mutuol records last Saturday
night when 40.344 tans wager,' I :
total of $2,292,484 on the nine race
NEW YORK (UPI) William
Hyndman III of Abington, Pa.
has replaced E. Mason Rudolf.!
of Memphis, Tenn on the Amor1
c's Cup amateur golf team for
the tournament at San Franci.-co
Sept. 5-6. Rudolph has announced
he plans to turn professional
KEEP UP WITH
WHATS GOING ON
a Big Investment
Low Rental Rates
FOR RINT: Two modern Du Duplex
plex Duplex apartment!, one furnished,
two bedrooms, hot water Campo
Alegre. Teli. 2-2341 3-3379.
FOR RENT: In Calle Colombia
No. 20, two bedrooms apartment
livingroom, diningroom, maid's
room, washing tubes, hot water,
garage, etc. $100. Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT: To responsible
couple only, completely furnish furnished
ed furnished luxury apartment. For ten
weeks from August 21st. to Oc October
tober October 31st. Fir information and
appointment call 3-4992 or
3-0732. Car also available.
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 between,
ween, between, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
Tl-132 4th of July Avenue or
phono Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
pgrch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: As of August 1st
lovely two bedroom apartment,
exceptionally large sitting and
dining room in El Cangrejo. Must
see it to appreciate it. Call 3 3-0319
0319 3-0319 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, Campo Alegre, liv living,
ing, living, diningroom. maid's room,
private laundry, garage, very cool,
ideal location, 5 1st Street and
Ricardo Arias, next to the Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala Embassy.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, Herbruger Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian area, across Los Angeles,
100 mtrs. Supermarket, Tel.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
(UPI) Piano Jim, a strong
favorite, won the 89th running
the $46,800 Travers Stakes.
ATLANTIC CITY (UPI)-Com-bustion
II, a French bred horse
ridden by Bill Hartack, capt'ired
the $25,000 added Philadelpha
DUBLIN (UPI) George Mortis
a member of the United States!
jumping team, won the Irisn
Government Trophy in the Dublin I
CHICAGO (UPI) Swoon's,
Son moved into fourth place
among racing's all time niot.eyj
winners with an upset victory i
over Round Table in the $133,150 1
Equipoise Mile at Arlington Park.
NEWTON, Mass. (UPI) Mrs
Francis Smith won her final
match to enable Britain to tie
the United States, 4Mt-4V4 in th.
international Curtis Cup golf com competition.
petition. competition. SASKATOON ( UPI ) Marlene
Stewart Streit of Fonthill, On:.,
defeated Mary Gay of Calg.iry.
7 and 6, to capture the Canadian
Women's Open kI urnameik
for the fi th time.
PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) -Members
of the Pacific Coast
Conference voted to dissolve I he ; r
tie-up effective June 30, 1959.
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. (UPI)
Mai Anderson of Australia de
feated Ham Richardson of Arling
Ion, Va. in five sets lo win the
Eastern grass court singles tenni.;
SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. (UPI)
New York's Allhea Gibson won
lhe women's singles crown of th.;
Eastern grass court tennis cham championships
pionships championships by turning back Sally
Moore of Barkersfield, Calif.
ATHENS, Greece (UPI) The
United States men's track and
field team scored a lopsided un unofficial
official unofficial victory over the Greek
men and the U. S. women also
enjoyed an easy victory over iiieir
ItOCKTON, III. UPI ) Mary
Lena Faulk came from behind to
win first prize money in the $6 -5(H)
Macktown Women's Open golf
Latest releases of an
mayor labels. Panama's
largest selection. 12" LP's
from l 40
TROPELCO, $. A.
45th St. and Via Espana
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INTERNAL OE PLBUCACIONIS No 3 Lottery Plan CASA Z A LOO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PH ARM At Y IS2 La Carrasqirilla ev PARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
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Beside Die Bella "lata Theatre.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottaqe and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
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.
FOR RENT: Four bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, living and diningroom, maid'a
quarters, closed garage, laundry.
For all comodities. Call 3-1184.
FOR RENT: Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, kit kitchen
chen kitchen cabinet, stove, private bath
and entrance No. 3.52 Th. street
FOR RENT: Locale for office.
Well situated, neat "El Panama
Hilton" with air condition. Call
F.xcercisins Machines. Turkish
the McLevv way Body Massaee,
oath Trained operators tor ladiea
nd (entlemen Get results.
J. Aroscmena Ave. 83-48
mil m il i II in
33 13 R.P.M.
37th St. No. 6 A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nite until 9:00 p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANV
RECORD YOU WISH.
Inc. air fan, transfer,, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave evev 'lues, and Fri.
Tel. Panama 2-1661
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2 0552
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
U .iSSlll ML
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
45th St. old Via I nana
FOR SALE: Piano Wurlirier
Spinel. Excellent condition,. 8420
Margarita or Cris. 2598.
Take Advantage of New York
Let me act as your personal
shopper. Send list and site
of your needs, with check or
money order to:
76 W. 89th Street
New York 244, N.Y.
and your ordei will receive
prompt and expert attention.
My fee is 15 on purchases up
to 50.00, 10 on higher
For references, kindly call
Panama 3-1053 any week day
between 12 noon and 12:30
FOR SALE: Argus C-3 with
regular and telephoto lens. Label Label-le
le Label-le automatic slide projector. Bell
& Howell 8 m.m. movie camera,
combat model with tripod. Fainex
35 m.m. camera. Baby crib with
mattress. Padded high chair.
Stroller. Stenotypr machine with
books. Pfaff Dial-a-Stitch portable
sewing machine. Coffee table.
End tables. Bleached' teak wood
bar, extra large, with bar acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Perfect condition. Call Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 83-3141.
FOR SALE: 14 Golf clubs, first
line, excellent condition. Also
leather bag mitts, $100.00. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6722 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Harris' Hand Speed Impresses
Scribes But Head Is Immobile
By JACK CUDDY
ARROWHEAD SPRIIJfS, Calif.
(UPI) One week itm tonight
Roy Harris the challenger with
fast hands but immovable head head-will
will head-will try to wrest the world heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight championship from bobber bobber-weaver
weaver bobber-weaver Floyd Patterson.
Newcomers to the unbeaten
challenger's swanky training
champ here in the San Bernar Bernardino
dino Bernardino foothills remark about Roy's
hand speed and "statuesque
head" the stationary head that
does no side slips nor bobs lo
avoid an opponent's punches.
Brawny, dark haired Roy rivets
his littery eyes in uch con
centration on a sparmate's face
that Roy appears to hypnotize
himself into getting an immobile
Unless his good legs take the
body and head out of the
way, he often gets hit by spar-
mates during workouts in the
auditorium here at the Arrow Arrowhead
head Arrowhead Springs Hotel. Despite his
hitting speed, his blocking is
Gaze Never Wavers
Whether the head flaw will b?
offset by benefits in split-second
counter punching against PaCcr PaCcr-son,
son, PaCcr-son, as a result of his concen concentration,
tration, concentration, may be a major quesuon
at Los Angeles' Wrigley Field
Veteran observers at this camp,
about five miles east of Lor,
Angeles, claim they never saw
Russia, China Seen As Trying
To Push Latins Into Revolt
ROME, Aug. 12 (UPI)-The Ita
lian Catholic Action newspaper II
Quotidiano said today Russia and
China are "operating very clev cleverly"
erly" cleverly" in Latin America to push
that continent into starting "a
great revolt against the West.''
In an editorial by Chrisian
Democratic Senator Bortolo Galle Galle-to;
to; Galle-to; the newspaper stressed th re reference
ference reference to Latin America's "na "national
tional "national liberation struggle" in the
communique on the Peiping talks
of Nikita Khrushchev and Ma.)
"This means that Communi-.r.i
is also on the Offensive and is
working tp stir trouble and revo revolutions
lutions revolutions in the 20 republics" of La Latin
tin Latin AMerica.
"Propaganda and action is par
ticularly intense in the smaller
nations, such as Venezuela, Mexi Mexico
co Mexico and Cuba. In Argentina and
Bra7.il communism meets greater
"With China's collaboration,
tha USSR if carrying out In the
American republic an intense
political propaganda and a re remarkable
markable remarkable economic penetretion
under a vary precise plan to co coordinate
ordinate coordinate tha 'araat revolt against
the west' II quotidiano said.
"There, too Moscow tries to ex ex-asperale
asperale ex-asperale nationalism, despite the
lark of good reasons, with t h e
same method successfully used in
1 (he countries Of the Middle Lat
FOR SALE: 4 pc. livingroom
set 95.00; ejuartermaster 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 Culobra Road An An-con,
con, An-con, Phone 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Antique
secretary 129.00; Mahogany up upholstered
holstered upholstered living room sets 98.00;
Hollywood bad from 37.00; bunk
beds 44.00 mahogany; dining
room table and 4 chairs 45.00;
Dresser with mirror 29.00, 4 pc.
Rattan living room set 99,00;
large kitchen cabinets 65.00;
modern coffee tables 18.00; end
tables 7.50; Basket chairs 12.00;
New Mattresses 12.50; Pillows
1.50; Chair 2.50; CASH DIS DISCOUNTS
COUNTS DISCOUNTS Household Exchange
National Ave. No. 41. Tels.
FOR SALE: 8 -piece mahogany
dining set, $50. Phone 2-4329.
FOR SALE: Over 100 items of
household furniture and applianc appliances,
es, appliances, including RCA Television, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 'A bed and inner inner-spring
spring inner-spring mattress, mahogany table,
chairs and chest and sundry
clothing articles. All on view at
5360 Magoon Place, Diablo Hts.,
from 4-9 p.m.
FOR SALE: Bedioom set. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving country. Call telephone 3-
FOR SALE: Philco refrigerator
with freexer top $85. Easy elec electric
tric electric washing machine spin dry
$30. Both good condition. Phone
greater eye concentration in a
fighter. Once he squares off,
Roy's gaze into an Wpgtent's
face never wavers. Even when he
is hit, he does not blink.
Nearly always at long range,
he sgares and waits tensely for
a counter punching target. He
has the speedy left jabs and left
hooks to take advantage of the
openings. Also right uppercuts.
And, during the week end, his
that flash out without any "tele "tele-display
display "tele-display of sneaker rights rights
graphed warning" indicated the
challenger from Cut and Shoot,
Tex., may depend more on his
lightly regarded right than his
It was the right that hit soar soar-mates
mates soar-mates Monroe Ratliff and Howie
Turner repeatedly during Sunday's
fourrounds of sparring.
former champions Jimmy Mc Mc-Larnin,
Larnin, Mc-Larnin, welterweight, and Lew
Jenkins, lightweight, expressed
surprise at his fast right. How However,
ever, However, each added it didn't seem
Harris, seeking his 23rd stright
victory and 10th knockout, never
mentioned the sneaker rights
during a chat with reporters al
his $100-a-day chateau cottage
the same handsome "movie icl'V
layout formerly leased seasonally
by actress Rita Hayworth.
"I expect to beat Patterson
with left jabs and left hooks at
long range," Harris said.
The newspaper said the U. S.
State Department, and Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles per personally,
sonally, personally, are working to counteract
this offensive It noted the U.S. de decision
cision decision to invest $1,000,000,000 in
Argentina, coming on the heeis of
a Soviet offer of a $100,000,000,000
loan to that country, and the $r0, $r0,-000,000
000,000 $r0,-000,000 American loan to Brazil.
iBut II Quotidiano said "we
should not delude ourselves that
such financial intervention is e
nough to satisfy the request of the
South American nations, waich
substantially aspire to a wider fu fusion
sion fusion of their economies With that
of the United States."
To Hear Lecture
By Egla Cooden
Mrs. Egla Gnoden Lynch will
deliver a lecture before the mem members
bers members of the Altamira Club Sunday
morning at 10 30 at tha French
Mrs. Lynch's topic will be "Sug "Suggested
gested "Suggested Ways of Educating I h a
All members of the club are
being urged to lake a guest with
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fully equipped 12 12-foot
foot 12-foot boat, meter, trailer, $270.
3-6426 before 1 :30.
FOR SALE: Outboard motor,
Evinrude, 15 h.p. with cruise a
day tank, excellent condition.
908-A Rousseau. C. Z.
FOR SALE: A very goad farm
in Porrerillos, Province af Chiri Chiri-qui,
qui, Chiri-qui, at 2,800 feel above sea level,
21 miles af highway from David:
90 hectaraat (225 acres) of pas pasture
ture pasture in first dais condition; 28
hectares (70 acres) af sugar
cane: sugar mill end complete
equipment to make three thou thousand
sand thousand (18 ounces each) cakes
of PANELA (Brown Sugar) daily.
Fairbanks 15 h.p. electric motor,
low speed: all used only six
months. Ona and one half mile
water ditch; and also, two thou thousand
sand thousand feet of galvanized water
pipe line. Nice home, well fur furnished,
nished, furnished, with electric stove and
also wood range, water heatar;
quarters for laborers; twelve
oxen; four ox-carts; three horses;
electric light and power from Em Em-presas
presas Em-presas Electrical de Chiriqui; two
miles private telephone line to
town of POTRERILLOS, connect connecting
ing connecting with all cities in the country.
For further information and price,
phone Balboa 2-2104, Balboa
2-4128, Balboa 2-2461.
For Her Spanish
LONDON, Aug. 12 (UPI)
Britain's leading ballerina re received
ceived received the applause of Latin
Amreican ambassadors in Lon
don last night.
The occasicn was a farewell
banquet given by Cuban Am
bassador Roberto Gonzalez de
Mendoza at the Savoy .HcfM JDi
tie parting Argentine Ambas
sador Alberto M. Candioti and
former Panamanian Ambas
sador Roberto Arias, who was
represented by his wife balle
rina Margot fonteyn.
But the evening ended in an
ovation for the dark-haired,
white gowned ballerina s Span
Her speech of thanks for the
silver tray presented to her and
her husband drew praises of
"nn:y bifcn" and "well done"
from the Latin American guests.
"Although she has been mar
ried to Roberto for several
years it is the first time I cave
heard Dame Margot speak
Spanish," said one diplomat.
"It Is the first time I nave,"
she replied with a smile.
Of Pa raiso Youth
UPLAND, Ind. Eric Atherly, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Atherley,
Paraiso, C.Z., has been accepted
at Taylor University for the 1953
59 academic year. Freshman ori orientation
entation orientation will begin on Sept 7.
The completion of the new men's
dormitory and food service center
makes possible an increased en enrollment
rollment enrollment for the fall.
Taylor University is a fully ac accredited
credited accredited Christian "college, whosa
aims are to provide training in
liberal arts and in the pre-profes-sional
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With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special
Please dial Tel.
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to serve you better
WANTED: Experienced ac accountant,
countant, accountant, mala or female. Apply
to Peikard, Zona Libra, Colon.
WANTED: Secretary with good
knowledge af English. Inquire in
person at Upjohn Overseas Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, Colon Fraa Zona. Only
experienced parson need apply.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z
PHONE BALBOA 3709
REDUCED 10, 15, 20 and 25
in HEAD STONE for two month
by 45a. ANIVERSARY of MAR MAR-MOLERIA
MOLERIA MAR-MOLERIA B Street 52 & 19
West. Phone 2-2656, Bex 1093
Mrs. Nena White: Your visit ae-
counting department CASA AD ADMIRABLE
MIRABLE ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
Dorese Waites School of Dancing
Reopening September 4th. Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, 30th;
10:00 to 5:00 Knights af Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboa.
CHICAGO. Auff. 12 fTTPTVZ.M
zero foe closed down Chicken's
two major airports today and re-
aucea motor tramc throughut the
metrpolitan area to a foot-by-fot
The weather bureau reported
that bad foe ennditinne nrpvailurl
as far west as Rockford, 11.1., and
had hampred normal community
services in northern Indiana east
to the Goshen-South Bend area.
All flights from Midway and O' O'-Hare
Hare O'-Hare International Airports were
cancelled at midnight, when the
visibility began dropping rapidly
below the safety point.
Motorists were held to five miles
an hour on many of the main traf traffic
fic traffic arteries leading to the loop
duping the morning rush, but po
lice reported few accidents as i
result of the London-type blanket.
They-Chicago Transit Authority
reported that many of its buses
were, lis much as an hour behind
schedule and elevated trains were
on caution schedules.
Steel Industry Tells
Of Production Rise
For Fifth Week
NEW YORK (UPI) Steel pro production
duction production last week rose for the
fifth straight week and further
improvement was seen this week,
the American iron and- Steel In Institute
stitute Institute reported! tpday.
Last week milts operating .t
58.8 per cent of, capacity turned
out 1,586,000 tons. This was 25,000
tons less than the estimate for
According to schedules submit submitted
ted submitted to the institute, Mills this
week will operate'at 61.4 per cent
of capacity to turn out 1,656,000
tons. It would be the first time
at above 60 per cent of capacity
since the week of June 23.
Production has moved up stead,
ily since the week starting July 7.
The upturn is seen by industry,
experts to represent a pick-up in
orders from the auto, farm equip equipment
ment equipment and construction industries.
Mills this week would operate
at 103.1 per cent of the 1947.49
average weekly production
against 98.7 per cent last week.
A month ago the industry pro-
iu a ulna . a SV
TTn k v ; experienced o,
dark. with knowledge af Eng
and Spanish. Add v to ik. T
Zona Libre, Colon.
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 ana! oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities far advancement. Writs)
to CWD, Box SMS, Panama,
3-mimite car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing af
mian Highway near Sears.
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You gat service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawfard Agancias. Phona
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
30 yeari. in electronics .......
MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Protect your heme anal proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Calan 1X771
T.V., radio, Hi-Pi, transmitter
repairs. Call William & Shirley.
Phone Panama 3-51 13.
Group Gets GOP
W ASH 1 W 111 1 Url 1 Ml!
tVnrVi falAllth llalrnf. te
. j ijv.ryr"BfcL. ; ja. si
diy to be a member of thr
The White. House said Mr
derson. 41. of Raoid Citv.
resign ner uur post u tne ..
confirms her nomination.
one wouja nu me vacanc
, BdH..J T TCI ....
Albans, 'Vt., ii(as nominated
i'lanaean. who had been ho dine
in interim appointment on the
commission,, resigned under fir
July 25 while the Senate Civil
Service Committee was conduct
ing hearings on his nomination.
Flanagan admitted making what
he called "honest" mistakes on
his own government job applies..
iu i iorms. i nrire fain rm nie
qualified him for a post in which
he would have to pass on tha fit fitness
ness fitness of other federal employes.
Mrs. Gunderson was a member
of the Citizens for Eisenhower in
the 1952 and 1956 election cam.
paigns. The White House said (t
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J II Major Lranic Baseball 9 30
7:00 Owl and Harriet 10 00
7:30 You Bt'Your Life 10 30
8:00 Weatern Marshal H 00
Rpt 7 Aug. 57 11 1!
:30 Spike Jones Rpt. 9 Dec 57
Dennla Day Rpt. 12 Sept 37
Tennessee Ernie Fort
Rpt. 26 Dec. 57
Captured Rept. 2 Nov. 12
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Gary Ness Strikes Out 14 Batters
To Give Zone Second Straight Win
The Panama Canal Zone today continued to display the power and pitching that carried them to the VFW
National Teener baseball title in 1957 by trouncing Stru thers, Ohio, 10-3 behind timely hitting and good pitch pitching
ing pitching by Gary Ness.
Ness hurled brilliantly after a wobbly first inning in which he gave up three runs. After that, however, he
settled and pitched airtight ball while limiting the opposition to one hit in the final six innings. Gary struck out
ft was the Canal Zone team's second straight victo ry in the tournament. Yesterday they whipped Gloucester,
N.J., 7-2. Tomorrow the Zone teeners tackle Bosier City, La., at 8 a.m. (Panama time).
The Zone team jumped off
to a 2-0 lead in the top half of
the nrst inning when Buzzy
Rathueber walked and stole
second. John Bateman xoUcwed
with a homer.
Struthers .noved ahead in
their half -ber. Ness save up
two hits and a walk. Two er-
Iors aided in the scoring of all
hree runs .-cored by Strutrcrs
In the entire pame Ness later
settled down rnd breezed to an
The Canal Zone iced the
contest with a three-run out outburst
burst outburst in the lourth innuifc.
Frank Ainmirati got a base
on balls, Bateman doubled,
Arumirati holding at third,
but both runners came home
when Ness followed with a
double. Brian Lutz walked and
George Cotton singled to score
Ness for the final run of the
The Zonians added a single
tally in the fifth on Anunirati's
ingle, a base on balls to Bate Bateman
man Bateman and an error.
The final four Canal Zone
runs were scored in the seventh
when Lutz singled, Cotton walk walked,
ed, walked, Doug Pajak was safe on a
fielder's choice, and Kurty
Bchwarzrock hit a long triple
to clear the bases. Schwarzrock
later scored on a wild throw.
Canal Zone 200 ill) 410 8 2
Ohio 300 000 0 i S Z
Losing pitcher Bob Hlebak
walked seven and struck out
five Canal Zone batters.
Yesterday the Canal Zone
opened defense of its title by
defeating Gloucester. N.J., 7-2.
The CZ. boys broke a 2-2
deadlock in the fifth inning
With a five-run rally which iced
the game. The outburst featur featured
ed featured a bases-loaded double by
Gary Ness and a two-run single
by Doug Pajak.
The Zone team hit the ball
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hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High 80 81
Low 72 75
High !!) 91
Low 90 88
(max. mph) NW-9 N-1S
RAIN (inches) .20 .52
(inner harbors) 81 83
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hard and rattled off four tri triples
ples triples and a double among their
nine hits. They scored in the
first on a- walk and a triple by
Frank Ammirati, and in the
third on a triple by Ken Pearl
and Ammirati's single.
Despite two bases-loaded
situations, Canal Zone pitch pitcher
er pitcher Lutz held Gloucester score scoreless
less scoreless until the fifth when two
singles and a two-out double
tied the score. Lutz struck
out eight and walked only
two while allowing eight hits.
The most productive base
blow was a three-run fifth in-
nine double bv Ness.
New San Antonio
Co-Op Board Begins
A new slate of officers has bepn
elected by the San Antonio de
Padua Credit Cooperative. T h t
new officers for the new fiscal
year are as follows:
Administrative Council: Ter?.h
Savers-president: Conward BUck BUck-man
man BUck-man vice president: Andrew
Dow-secretary; Cecil Deville
treasurer; Antonio Marquis-vocal
Supervisory Council: George
Todd-president; Aurelio Del vice
president and Arundale Hall-Se
Credit Committee: Alfredo Max
imin president : Miss Celes t'ne
Durant-vice president, and Ema Emanuel
nuel Emanuel Clement-assistant secretary
the manger will act as secretary.
The new board has started an
aggresive membership drive for.
the fourth study group.
Tomorrow night they will en entertain
tertain entertain and enroll a number of ir. ir.-'
' ir.-' rested people of the community
who will form this new group. Ths
regular Jessons are based On the
Rochdale principle as practiced
in the Caribbean area and Latin A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. These lessons have cans
ed approximately 28 persons to
become full-fledged members of
The program is scheduled to get
under way at precisely 7 p.m. in
the French Society Hall.
There will be" a short talk from
Felix Quiros, an official from the
Department of Cooperative Eriu
cation. He will report on the Coo Cooperative
perative Cooperative conference which was
recentlv held in San Jose Costa
Rica. Free movies on the eoop-ra
live movement will complete the
program. All interested persons
England Readies Heroes Welcome
For Pole-piercing Nautilus Crew
PORTLAND, England, Aug. 12
'UPIi The arrival here of the
U.S. atomic submarine Nautilus
today winds i.p an epic sea ad adventure
venture adventure which included man's
first trip under the North Pole,
and this tris'oric naval base
prepared a welcome fit for na naval
val naval heroes.
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THE BLOOD BATH
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Ammirati. Cotton, Pearl and
Bateman also aided with triples.
Cotton had two hits in two
trips to the plate while Am Ammirati
mirati Ammirati got two for three.
North Carolina and Louisiana
teams won their openinj games
yesterday bv downing Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania and Montana representa
Youngsters from Lenoir. N.
C. downed Uniontown. Pa., 3-1.
while Bossier City. La., troun trounced
ced trounced Sidney. Mont.. 7-0. at the
start of the five-davs of dou double
ble double elimination competition.
Struthers. routed Emmets Emmets-burg.
burg. Emmets-burg. Iowa. 14-5. on the
strength of ten hits and wild wild-ness
ness wild-ness on the part of three Em Em-metsburg
metsburg Em-metsburg pitchers.
In a 40-minute first Inning,
losing pitcher Francis Doyle put
two on base with walks, hit a
third batter, and then walked
two more to let In the first
In the second, he walked two
more who scored on Bob Hle Hle-back's
back's Hle-back's triple.. Tom Perkins sin singled
gled singled Hleback home. In the last
Inning Struthers put together
four singles, two walks and a
triple bv Rein Siiner for six
In other games today, North
Carolina were to meet Loui Louisiana.
siana. Louisiana. Pennsylvania played
Montana and Iowa were to go
against New Jersey
The best wishes of the Canil
Zone were sent yesterday to the
At Albrook AFB
Albrook Air Force Base announc announced
ed announced today that employment appli applications
cations applications are being accepted for non
US. citizens for the following posi position?
tion? position? during the month of Agusut'
Translator, clerk- stenograpnei
clerk-typist, card punch operator,
accounting clerk, engineer, drafts draftsman,
man, draftsman, construction inspector,
storekeeper, property and supply
clerk, laborer, painter, plumbu.
fork lift operator, truck dirver,
tractor driver, warehouseman, and
In addition, applications from U.
S. citizens are being accepted for
positions of clerk-stenographer, ac.
counting clerk, and engineer.
Persons interested in applying
for any ol these positions should
visit the Civilian Personnel Office,
Headquarters, 5700th Air Base
Group, or call Albrook 7240 for
additional details. In some of the
listed occupational categories, im
mediate job opportunities exist
while in others, vacancies are ex expected
pected expected to result within the near
future from normal turnover.
Civil Service tualifieations stand
ards are appliable to each ot thesj
The sub's 116-man crew sets
foot on land ior the first time
in three weeks when the Nau Nautilus
tilus Nautilus ties up in Portland later
today at the rnd of a trail trail-hrazing
hrazing trail-hrazing S'OB-mile voyags from
Honolulu, most of it made
Waiting to greet the,n were
US. ambassador John Hay
Whitney, with the first presi presidential
dential presidential unit citation ever a a-warded
warded a-warded In peacetime, and Port Portland's
land's Portland's mayor J. A. P. Leigh,
with the traditional "keys to
Cdr. William R. Anderson,
skipper of the Nautilus, who
flew home to Washington to
report its achievement, and to
receive the Legion of Merit, re rejoined
joined rejoined his ship in the English
Ohanii"! today shortly before it
Britons by the hundreds
lined the shore an put out in
pleasure boats to welcome the
Nautilus. British and Amer American
ican American patrol boats had a hard
time keeping a channel open
for the big submarine.
Anderson told his men by ra radio
dio radio yesterday that their feat "is
being hailed as America's an answer
swer answer to Sputnik."
Anderson told a news confer conference
ence conference in London yesterday:
"We had a new type of navi navigational
gational navigational device on board. I
can't tell you the intimate de details
tails details of it because they are still
"But it is so foolproof that,
let's say, if I was driving a a-round
round a-round London in a car it
would be a lot easier for me
to get lost than It would have
hern for the Nautilus to get
lost under the Ice.
"With this device, we knewi
exactly where we were all the'
time. With the help of the sci scientists
entists scientists on board, we were able
to find out the exact time we
passed under the North Pole."
CZ. VFW teener baseball team team-by
by team-by Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter
In a cable timed to reach the
team at Hershey, Penn., before
they began the day's game against
a team from Gloucester, N.Y., the
"You may think you are just
another baseball team among
those at Hershey, but everyone
here in the Canal Zone waits with
bated breath every day to hear
you have knocked off another nine.
Congratulations on your exhibition
march through the East. All of
us are behind you in your title
Rabbi Witkin Goes
To BA To Attend
Rabhi Nathan Witkin left today
for Buenos Aires, Argentina,
where he will act as the official
representative of the United Syna Synagogue
gogue Synagogue of America at the confer
ence of the World Council of Sy Synagogues,
nagogues, Synagogues, to be hplri in Ruonnc
Aires from Aug. 22 to Aug. 26.
Enroute to Buenos Aires, RaTjbi
Witkin wili visit Lima, Peru, and
Santiago, Chile, where he will
confer with the leaders of Jewish
Community Centers, on behalf oi
tne world federation of Jewish
Community Community Centers,
an affiliate of the National Jew Jewish
ish Jewish Welfare Board.
Rabbi Witkin is expected to re return
turn return to the Isthmus on Aug. 28.
Of Camboa Dies
At Rio Abajo Home
Daniel Nontigue, a former res resident
ident resident of Gamboa, died yester yesterday
day yesterday at his home in Rio Abajo
after a brief illness.
A Jamaican he u;a AO vonvc
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon in the San Santo
to Santo Tomas Hospital Chapel, fol followed
lowed followed by burial in the Pueblo
Mr. Nontigue Is survived by
his cousins. Mrs. Maudina Rich Richards
ards Richards and Richard Johnson, in
addition to other relatives in Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica. Lecture On Coins
Tonight At JWB
"The Wsrm Side of Cold Cash",
an illustrated lecture, will be pits
ented tonight, at the USOJWJi
Armed Forces Service Center be
ginning at 7:30 p.m.
John Mason of the Numisma Numismatic
tic Numismatic Society wdl present little
known but interesting stories
about the coins that he will have
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Nine babies were born in Coco
Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hos hospital
pital hospital report. During the same
period 64 patients were admit admitted
ted admitted and 49 discharged.
The names a.d addresses of
the parents t'ol'ow: Mr. anr, Mrs.
Benjamin Alvarez, of Gatun,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Brooks, of Colon,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Augustus St.
John, of Colon, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Horacio Quintero, of
Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Patri Patricio
cio Patricio Perea, of Colon, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Shannon,
of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Gouldbourne, of Cativa,
daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Ro Ro-dolfo
dolfo Ro-dolfo Ricketts, of Colon, son.
For Russell Demers
Memorial services for Russell
Demers, inspector for the Con Contract
tract Contract and Inspection Division,
who died in Gorgas Hospital
Sunday morning, will be held
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock in
the Gorgas Hospital Chapel.
The services will be conducted
by the members of the Amer American
ican American Lesion Post No. 1 of Balboa,
of which Mr. Demers was a
Mr. Demers was bom in Green
Island, N. Y., and came to the
Canal Zone in 1940 as an em employe
ploye employe of the U. S. Army. He join joined
ed joined the Canal organization in
1952 as an inspector with the
contract and inspection division.
He was married to Mrs. Rosplie
W. Demerp. employe of the Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Division.
Dies In Hospital
After 2-Day Illness
Miss Josephine Nelson, a for
mer resident ol uamooa, aiea
this morning in Santo Tomas
Hospital following an illness of
two days. She was 34 years oia.
She is survived by two chil
dren, Ethel and Cyril, and her
sisters, Victoria Stewart, Bea
trice Riley and Ellen Boveii, in
addition to other relatives.
Funeral arrangements have
not been announced.
For Mrs. Wilson
Tomorrow At 3
Funeral services will be con conducted
ducted conducted in the St. John Baptiste
de La Salle Church, Parque Le Le-fevre,
fevre, Le-fevre, tomorrow afternoon at 3
p.m. lor tne late Mrs. wena
Louise Wilson, a Grenadian resi resident
dent resident of Panama City, who died
Sunday In Santo Tomas Hospital.
A long time resident of the neenng Division, is the new vice
Isthmus, she made her home chairman of the board and G. A.
with Mr. and Mrs. A. Agard ofiDoyle, Jr., was reelected secre secre-Rio
Rio secre-Rio Abajo. tary. Doyle is chief of the archi-
Burial will follow the funeral
the Pueblo Nuevo
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vjiaiiuucvnic viucicu uy juuue 10 VJO A1I61
With School Entrance Test For
HARRISONBURG Va. (UPi)- pleted and the students wouldschools. That plan come. un
federal judge ordered the cityitnenbe admitted to schools ac- court tests tomorr 1 Up
ot Charlottesville today to go
ahead with entrance tests for Ne
groes under a stopgap plan tn
keep the schools segregated. But
he indicated he would demand the
admission of Negroes who quali qualified.
fied. qualified. Attorneys representing 34 Negro
students seeking transier to white
schools in Charlottesville charged
that tests required under the pian
were "discriminatory" They had
asked that the plan be invalidated.
U. S. District judge John Paul
made it plain he was not sanc sanctioning
tioning sanctioning the pupil assignment plan
under which the tests were set up
nastily alter ne filed a desegre
gation order. His new order re
quires that the tests be given be before
fore before school opens next month. The 34 stuoenis au ooycotted
Furthermore, Paul aereed witn tests given earlier under the as-
Negro complainants that another!
phase of the pupil placement plan
amounted to "gerrymandering."
This was a realignment of the
school districts so that mosl of
the 34 Negro applicants for while
schools would be left in a district
served only by a Negro school.
Charlottesville is one of three
Virginia localities facing :he
prospect of court-ordered integia integia-tion.
tion. integia-tion. In addition to the local ma maneuvering,
neuvering, maneuvering, a recent state law pro provides
vides provides that any schools which be become
come become integrated shall be closed.
Paul retained jurisdiction over
the case and indicated that if the
board used the nlan as a rinrle.o
from his deseereeation rutins, his
court "would have to supplant the
school board and pass on each.
Paul pointed out that neither
the Negroes' attorneys nor the
himself, knew what the tests con contained.
tained. contained. "I can not presume the
plan is discriminatory or that the
Charlottesville school board is not
acting in good faith." he said.
Paul signed an order, to which
attorneys for both sides agrceed,
requiring the board to administer
tests and interviews, provided for
under the plan, to the Ngroes
"within a reasonable time prior
to the commencement of the
next school session." The schools
open in Charlottesville Sept. 2.
In informal remarks to the at attorneys,
torneys, attorneys, the judge said that if the
assignment procedures were not
completed by school opening, the
work would continue until com-
Gels New Chief
A. A. Mittag, chief of the proj projects
ects projects and plans service branch for
the Post Engineer Division, Office
of the Engineer, USARCARB, has
been elected chairman of the, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone board of registration for
architects and professional engi engineers.
neers. engineers. Mittag succeeds David A.
Yerkes, an architect with the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company's Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Division.
L. B. Sartain, chief of the 60-
cycle design branch of the Engi
tectural branch of the Engineering
Other members of the board are
Yerkes, former chairman, and Roy
C. Stockham, chief of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal's Locks Division. Ap Appointments
pointments Appointments to the board were pre presented
sented presented to Yerkes and Stockham
recently by Gov. W. E. Potter.
The board was organized abeut
two years ago under provisions
of congressional legislation and
regulates the practice of architec architecture
ture architecture and engineering in the Canal
The board is a member of both
the National Council of Architec Architectural
tural Architectural Registration Boards and the
National Council of State Boards
of Engineering Examiners.
n siDC uttiv JB'WE
i VLmni. nun ucne u
coraing 10 meir assignment.
The ass ptimpnt nUn i am
. o w- fiuu, ili auur
tion to setting up the tests, also
redistricts Charlottesville schools,
carving out a figure-eight-shaped
jcucisuu scnooi msrict Will (.41
includes the residences of all 34
iNegro students applyng for white
Approximately half of the 34
live closer to white schools than
10 jNegro scnoois.
faui said that if some -of th
iNegroes pass the tests and live
closer to white schools than to
Negro schools, they should be ad admitted
mitted admitted to the ,white schools. He
als said if the Negroes find the
tests discriminatory after tak taking
ing taking them, "then they always have
- i recourse
to tms court.
signment plan on the advice of
Norfolk, one of the other two
localities facing integration has
adopted a similar pupil assign assign-ment
ment assign-ment plan to handle the applica application
tion application of 151 Negroes for white
House Bill Denounce
As Election Year,
I WASHINGTON (UPI)-The U.S
wiamoer oi commerce tociay
denounced a House-passed hill to
raise social security benetits as a
"patchwork, election year" meas
ure unfair to employes, employ employers
ers employers and beneficiaries alike.
A. D. Marshall, the chairman of
the Chamber's committee on econ.
omic security, told the Senate Fi.
ranre Committee the hill would
"rob the individual of the neces.
sity the incentive to build addi additional
tional additional old-age inrume protection
through his own efforts."
He criticized as 'suspect" what
he called the constant effort to ex expand
pand expand the social security program
"piece-meal in all directions.
"Patchwork, election year ex expansions."
pansions." expansions." he said, "are unfair to
the employees and employers who
pay the social (security) taxes
and to the beneficiaries alike."
Marshall, vice president of Gen General
eral General Dynamics Corp., was joined
by spokesmen for insurance com companies
panies companies and manufacturers in op.
posing the House bill, which would
raise benefits by 7 per cent and
boost payroll taxes to finance the
But Sen. John F. Kennedy (D.
Mass.) presented to the commit,
tee a series of amendments which
would make the bill even more
His proposals would peg the in increase
crease increase in benefits at 8 per cent,
boost lump-sum death payments
from $255 to $281, and provide aid
for children whose fathers are un unemployed.
employed. unemployed. Kennedy said an expansion of
the social security system should
be "promptly enacted" for the
benefit of "our people and our
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(UPI)-Evangelist Billy Graham
says the church may not havs
much time in which to "prepare
people to meet God."
He told an audience of 3,000
here last night that the fate
of the world for the next 100
years may be decided by th
United Nations this week.
"The Middle East is a powder
keg and if it explodes it could
take civilization with it," he said.
Graham said the church had
neglected to prepare people to
meet God and our time may b
i aon t Deiieve the sins of thtf
Russians are as great ?s our
sins. We have churches on near
ly every corner and the gospel is
preached daily yet we are per
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times. The Bible says 'to whom
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mucn greater than that of the
Russians, who do not enjoy free,
dom of religion or worship." A
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Western North Carolina day cele celebration
bration celebration at the Methodist summer
assembly here. He was scheduled
to speak again this morning.
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