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MORE TOURIST FLITES
AN INDEPENDENT f HE-J0AILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people knotc the truth and the country is safe
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958
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"THIS IS THE LIFE." ruminates car&ree Ruben Miro as he
lounges on'an uoper balcony of the TiVoli Goest House, reading
and admiring the view. He says it is quiet, restful, the food
is good and what is more, it is almost out of machincgun range
from the city.
Unworried Ruben Miro
Takes It Easy In Tivoli
Ruben Miro lounged on his baL
cony .our floors up in the Tivou Tivou-Guest
Guest Tivou-Guest Hbuse today and looked out
over tne susuy rv"
flirt Drt.nv mil nn.-t uv
c tv snraewnere t
,;re the men who tried to kill
Viim and Who He COnceueS WJ "J ;
""11 he returns to the city
r." .w. m riavs time,
Does that worry the dapper
i0wvPf "Not a bit" he grinned
as he stretched his slippered feet
nnm the balcony rail. "I never
think about it. When
I have stay
pd here to rest lor some i"e
shall go back to, lead my normal
Miro', who was plugged with
three bullets as he entered his ear
outside, his brother's house in Be-
,i. xri.ta 1cf Mnndav WPCK mOV-
rl inf.n-the satetV 01 tne livoii u";"s v" wuunus. rainf
rr.-cav wit 'the Dermission of
Tuesday with tne permission
the Canal Zone government.
He stays, in hit room, has all
his njl brought up to him
Driver Loses Control
On Bridge; Blacks
Traffic 80 Minutes
A car which ran- out of control
on the Gamboa bridge late last
nisht blocked Jtraffic for an hour
and 20 rninutps.
Driver, of e car was William
Adolphus Peterkin, 22, of hou-e
Nof 300, Gamboa who was earrv.
!ng two passengers. ADparently
the HghtSD'be car sudden. v fill filled
ed filled as it was crossing the bndge
and as Teterttin fumbled tor 'he
witch tle' car severved into the
ouUide rail of the bridge.
The ear( with grille and bump
er smashed in, careened 200 feet
along the ridge, finally strad strad-rfiino
rfiino strad-rfiino tt nd hlockinc traffic.
Gil and gas was spread on the
roauway. ine nre ...v,,.
was called ana. firemen hosed the
road clean before, normal Ira fic
Sends No Word
To Panama Canal
No message was received to to-riav
riav to-riav from the Dominican frleate
Presidente Truiillo and there
was no sigh of her early this
afternoon when-she was due to
arrive at Balboa for immediate
transit through, the Canal.
Aboard the legate Is Oen.
Rafael Truiillo, Jr son of the
Dominican strong-man who Is
returning home after attending
Army school in the States.
Originally, the frigate radio radioed
ed radioed the Canal to say she would
arrive at midday yesterday. No
explanation of the delay was
available toom Canal author
and few of Hie other guest Mfta)
seen him. There arc no police or
bodyguards in the hotel and ha
is treated just like any other
1 asked him whether he umiilrl
:sZ"a ' V"
umtu a usi a tew mmc
days and start goins
going down to the
i a .iiai mm mu Rucnu.
"Oh, no," he replied with a
giance over ms snouwer to see it
his wife Magdalena was listening.
"I don't drink, I don't smoke, I
just uke 'women."
Bendes, I just
take life as it
comes. I am here to rest and I
am enjoying myself." I read some sometimes
times sometimes 12 hours a day."
He is now ploughing through
volumes of Freud. That helps
him to be philosophical about po
lifies and bullets.
I asked him if he was still feel
1 have never felt any pain," he
said. "I did not realize how badlv
T 1 i .1 1
i whs nuri unui iney took oit my
clothes at the San Fernando Clin Clinic
ic Clinic and I saw all the blood.
"The doctor sliced into my
rear right down to the bone to
find the pieces of metal. It was
just like ham. But I have never
felt' any pain at all."
He said that when he drove to
the clinic after the shooting and
presented himself as a patient,
he felt more like laughing than
"I felt as i I was playing a part
in a gangster film so I did not
want to be dramatic. I just told
the doc'or I was hurt and asked
him if he could do anything
"My wife will never go to see
gangster films. They scare her.
So we always have to go to see
something with plenty of music
and dancing. Maybe If I bad
seen more gangster films I
would have known better what
to do when they shot at me."
Miro Was not to be dra vn on
his theory or knowledge n why an
attempt, was made on his life. He
shrugged with his palms up turn
"Politics, Just politics" he smiled.
He shook my hand in a vice-like
grip and I was just about to tell
him to look after himself, but he
beat me to it.
He quipped as I left the room:
"Take care of yourself and don't
Little Hope Held For 99 Persons
Aboard Downed KLM Constellation
THE HAGUE, Holland, Aug. 14 (UPI) KLM Royal Dutch
Airlines conceded today that it is certain that one of Its
Suprr-rnnstrlla.tions crashed Into the Atlantic early this
Although the fate of the 91 passengers and tight erew erew-members
members erew-members "cannot be told with certainty, KLM said, "it must,
alas, be said that the hope to find survivors must be deemed
KLM said officially that the "lane crashed .Into the
Atlantic 130 miles off the coast of Ireland early this Vnorning.
It said that Shannon airport's air rescue service informed
it that wreckage was spotted at 1:45 p.m.
Ike Mad At Surrender Study
NEWSPAPERS speculated today
that a skeleton found by workers
near the newly.reconstructed Na National
tional National Guard post at Old Panama
may be either Bolivar Sucre, a
Panama bill collector who disap disappeared
peared disappeared in April, 1946, or Swedish
millionaire Gosta Videgaard, who
"walked away" from his hotel in
The skull and bones found by
the workers were being examined
today by the Panama coruner, Dr.
Hernan Ramirez Chacon.
First reports said the skull
shows the person to whom it be belonged
longed belonged died a violent death from
a blow on the head.
The 439th anniversary of the
founding of Panama City will he
observed tomorrow by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Municipal Council with full
schedule of activities starting at
9 a.m. with the unveiling of a bust
of Panamanian poet Aizpuru Aiz Aiz-puru
puru Aiz-puru in the Jardin de Paz Cemete.
A memorial session is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for 10:45 a.m. in the old city
hall at Old Panama, with Father
Carlos A. Sosa delivering the in invocation.
vocation. invocation. In the afternoon the councilmen
will be the guests of the manage management
ment management of the President Remon
racetrack for the running of the
Panama Foundation Handicap.
Jose Hue, of the four men still
i .being held as suspects in the shoot.
( r TJti,i n Mirn it cairt th
have. gone on a hunger strike in
an effort to obtain his release.
Hue, Alberto Cuellar Aroseme Aroseme-9a,
9a, Aroseme-9a, Carlos Rowe and Domingo
Villarreal are awaiting the results
of judicial action on a. request lor
a write of Habeas Corpus present,
ed by attorneys on their behalf.
Stricken Soldier v
Sgt. William D. Houghland of
Headquarters Company, 764th
AAA Battalion, USARCARIB,
underwent an operation for ap appendicitis
pendicitis appendicitis on Tuesday afternoon
at Gorgas Hospital after being
flown by helicopter from Ta Ta-boga
boga Ta-boga Island the previous night.
When the 24-year-old ser sergeant
geant sergeant was stricken with abdo abdominal
minal abdominal pain on Monday night,
a message was sent to the AAA
operations center at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Wit'nip a matter of min minutes
utes minutes arrang?ments wet3 made
and a helicopiei was on its way
to the island. Maj. Lloyd Mc Mc-Cready,
Cready, Mc-Cready, Sea-Air Rescue un un-mandcr,
mandcr, un-mandcr, was the pilot. Capt.
James R. Markette, flight sur surgeon
geon surgeon from Albrook Ait Force
Base, accompanied him, made
the diagnosis and attended the
patient en route to the hospital.
Meanwhile CWO Jean Morns.
duty officer at AAOC, who had
organized the flight, arranged
for an ambulance from Fort
Clayton to meet the helicopter
and the patient was quickly
taken tc Gorgas.
He is resting comfortably to today.
day. today. PREDICT POPULATION GAIN
TOKYO (UPI) Communist
China may have a population of
800 million persons in 10 or 15
y-ars, Radio Peiping predated
1 i 'ay. A broadcast said the
population increased from 600-mil
I'on to 615 million last year ;ind
tht it might soar to 700-milUon
by 1962. It denied such a huge
population would delay Chinas
development, claiming it was :
"good thing" to have a big popu
General Says US Moon Rocket
Has 50-50 Chance To Orbit
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UPD A top Air Force general said
today the United States has a "50-50" chance of blasting an
instrument-carrying robot to the vicinity of the moon in the
first lunar-probe launching expected next weeK.
Lt. Gen. Samuel E. Anderson, commander of the Air Research
and Development Command, gave his first evaluation of the
lunar rocket mounted at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
j Roy W. Johnson, director of the Pentagon's Advanced Re Research
search Research Project Agency, previously had estimated the chance of
success in the first lunar shot at "no better than one in ten.''
However, Johnson's estimate ap applied
plied applied to a different degree of suc success.
cess. success. In the achievement he spoke
of, the radio-equipped robot would
pass at leasi once around the
moon and would transmit to Earth
a picture of the moon's far side.
No date has been announced for
the launching, but informed sourc sources
es sources said yesterday the blast off
could occur as early as 8 a.m.
The Defense Department would
say only that the time for Ameri America's
ca's America's first rocket shot to the moon
was close at hand. It said devel development
opment development had progressed to "a
point where experiments involv
ing actual flight" of lunar
ets "are now indicated."
If conditions are not right, fir
ing will be postponed until a sim
ilar time Monday. That failing,
the rocket might be launched
Tuesday but if conditions are un
favorable on all three days, the
sources said, the shot probably
will be postponed until mid-September.
the firing takes I
whether all three itages fired.
But It will take about two hours
to determine if the rocket at-
North Pole Sub Route May Be Blocked Part
Of Year By Shifting Ice Masses, Navy Says
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The Navy indicated today the new
submarine route under the North
Pole may be blocked by shifting
ice part of the year.
"The entrance to the Barrow
Sea Valley, leading from Point
Barrow, Alaska, into ihe true
Arctic Basin, is only four or five
miles wide and very restrictive.
"During the arctic winter this
'lead' would be more difficult to
penetrate due to shifting ice con conditions."
ditions." conditions." The Navy did not answer di directly
rectly directly a question whether the USS
Nautilus. Drior to its successful
vnvaee under the North
Aug. 3, had. been turned back in
a previous attempt by an 80- oot-
thick wall of ice. srn.cn reports o
t,j i lttrC hnmi. hv erew-
men oi me nucieoi.yuweicu sub submarine.
marine. submarine. But the Navy made it clear
the time for the Nautilus' success
ful voyage was selected with care.
The USS Skate became the sec
ond nuclear submarine to cruise
under the North Pole while ex exploring
ploring exploring undersea routes beneath
the ice cap.
Meanwhile the atomic subma submarine
rine submarine Seawolf is cruising in the
South Atlantic on a deep sea
voyage that will c a r r y it to
the Antarctic and perhaps set
a new endurance record for
subs, a congressman said today.
Rep. James T. Patterson (R (R-Conn.)
Conn.) (R-Conn.) said only that the test
would "exiend to Antarctica,'' giv giving
ing giving no further details. Patterson
is a member pf both the joint con
gressional Atomic Energy Com m it-
Might Build First
Atomic Cargo Sub
LONDON (UPI) A British en engineering
gineering engineering firm announced to today
day today that it was considering build building
ing building the world's first atom-powered
cargo submarine an 80,000-tonner
capable of a speed of 35 knots.
F. G, Mitchell, head of Mitchell
Engineering Ltd.. said his firm
had instructed Saunders Roe Co.,
to make a preliminary design
study to determine whether such
a giant underwater craft would be
economically feasible. The study
is expected to last eight months.
If it is decided to go ahead with
the project, Mitchell said, the nu nuclear
clear nuclear power plant would be built
by his firm in conjunction with
American Machinery and Foundry
Co., and a shipbuilding lirm
would go to work on the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary freighter.
tained the 25,000 miles as hour
speed necessary to attain space
Then would follow two to two
and one-half days of anxious wait
ing before it was known whether
the rocket, with its instruments
and radio transmitters for sending
data back to e e a r t h, actually
reached the vicinity of the moon
a quarter of a million miles a a-way.
way. a-way. One of
the instruments is a
TV-type "scanning de
vice tor taking a picture of the
far side of the moon. The picture
can be transmitted back to earth
The rocket also will carry in instruments
struments instruments to measure the
moon's gravity, its magnetic
field and any accumulation of
meteorites or dust particles in
the moon's vicinity.
A Defense Department state statement
ment statement said that "flight-testing of
a series of lunar vehicles will be
conducted during the next sever several
al several months." But it put a heavy
damper on over-optimism.
into outer space to the vicinity of
the moon will be completely sue.
cessful," it said.
-tet and the House Armed Services
The Navy had no immedi?le
comment on Patterson's state statement.
ment. statement. iBut a spokesman noted that
the Skate holns the present under underwater
water underwater endurance record among
the growing family of U.S. atom atomic
ic atomic subs 31 days and five hours.
The Seawolf has remained under
water 30 days.
Patterson's statement came as
21 senators joined in sponsoring a
resolution calling for congression congressional
al congressional award of a gold medal to Adm.
Hyman G. Rickover for his work
in developing the atomic subma-
p0lejrines and power plants.
me resolution was iniroouceo
by Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D N.
M.) just a day after Rickover re-
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EN ROUTE Newest arrivals in the unofficial Pan American marathon are this trio of MIT
students en route by motorbike from Boston to Buenos Aires. The three roared into Panama
after seven weeks on the road. Shown here conferring with veteran Pan American traveler John
Mstnn (holding map) they are: (left to right i Jimmy Mayer, mathematics student; Joe Rosen Rosen-shelm,
shelm, Rosen-shelm, physics student; Mann and Jim Simons, physics. John Mann, who has walked the Pan
American roadway from the States to Ecuador, is giving them a few tips on how to get around
the Parien Gap. Next stop on the schedule Is Barranqullla where Mayer's family lives. On the
road since June 18, the three hope to complete their jaunt before midiSeptember in time to
return to classes at the Massachusetts university. (Photo; Otis Iraboden.)
The Navy confirmed today
that the Rodman Naval Station
fire that took four lives' proba probably
bly probably was caused by the spark
frbm a floor buffing machine
igniting with a paint solvent.
The announce m e n t, issued
this morning by the loth Naval
District headquarters, said that
the four Panamanian workmen
faiehv buii'icd in the July 10
1 blaze had apparently turned on
the buffer a!'er laying down
j acetone, which they were using
ia? a paint remover
Tne Navy said that acetone,
a highly inflammable agent, is
permitted for removing pah t
and varnish provided proper
precautio n a r y measures are
Its use with an electric pol polishing
ishing polishing machine is not aut'ior-
ized, the Navy said.
The Navy expressed its deep
regret over the accident and
declared that action
ready been taken to
The men who died following
the fire were Cecil Atkinson,
Francisco Luna, Luis Navarro
and Alfredo Rosales.
PAINT SALES DROP
NEW YORK (UPl)-Total paint
sales in the. first five months ui
this year fell 4 per cent to $645.-
HOQ OHO frnm Iho rrtrpocninHino nn-
riod a year ago, according to the
over the similar month last yeer
the report said.
White House ceremonies last
honoring the Nautilus.
Some of the sponsors of the res
olution were among senators vv.io
haH nrntpstprt the snuh.
The Skate left its home base of
Npw I.nndnn Cnnn.. for its ootar
trip on July 3 about the samr
time the Seawolf started its cur current
rent current cruise.
The Skate approached the pole
from the Atlantic side and did iin!
pass into the Pacific. The Nautil Nautilus
us Nautilus entered the polar regions from
the Pacific, traveled along a deep
sea valley toward the pole
emerged into the Atlantic.
Both achievements were seen as
a lone sten toward the dav when
U.S. sub.-, armed with ballistic
missiles will be able to cruise!
under the Arctic ice on a rou'ine
h nf Russia''?
huge land mass within range
Paint., .Varnish and Lacquer Asso- jj l-posismkih-re-atajf
&leiWf tliaf three non-
600,000, up S per cent from thel scientific agencies are stu stu-previous
previous stu-previous month and 0.4 per cenf 3... ...ufu, ,ua TWoi states
It Is All
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UPI) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower considers it "ridiculous" that the Pentagon is study studying
ing studying under what conditions this country might surrender
in an atomic war, the White House said today. He hat
demanded an explanation from officials.
A Defense Departament spokesman acknowledged
that such a study has been made.
White House press secretary James C. Hagerry told
newsmen the president considered the study "ridiculous."
Hagerty said the study was brought to Eisenhower's.
attention hv Rpnuhlirnn rnnfiroctmon nf Ak;.. LI
, r. V
conrerence i uesaay. I ne rresioenr immediately asked the
Pentoaon what it "was all about."
. 'We certainly wouldn't
The Defense Department spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the study was com.
pleted some time ago.
He said an effort had b e e n
made to determine what condi.
tions had caused nations to sur.
render in past wars and to find
just what conditions would compel
this country to capitulate in a iu
can survive and continue to fight
fffter an all-out nuclear attack.
Tht newspaptr reporUd that
one group wai studying "condi.
tions whn surrender would be
Streets To Be
Espave Avenue and
in Margarita win De
throueh traffic from
throueh Sept. 23. it nas neen wueianuiia, ana tne oince OI
announced by the Contract and the superintendent of the Store Store-Inspection
Inspection Store-Inspection Division. j house Branch in Balboa. ;
The street will be closed be be-tween
tween be-tween 2nd Street and Bolivar I ferrous scrap being offered
Hiphwav At the same tinv; en-1 for sale in -hide 3,600 tons of
trance to the gasoline service iivy melting steel, 800 tone
e'ntin,. ,i i he gamed from lsi
street witn an
! Avenue. Espave
exit on Espave
Avenue will be
open to one-way traffic irom
the Gasoline service station exitlan"
to Boiivar Hiph ay. LT" u p "lcu Jot
The street is being closed in sa'e includes heavy copper,
order to permit the contracting: copper wire, light copper, cop-
firm nf Dillon and Hickman to
complete the work of repaying,
agree to anything like this,"
advisable rather than to try to
continue a war that Is already
j The Defense Department promis-
j ed a statement on the controversy
later today. A spokesman said ht
j thought the, surrender study was
Scrap For Sale
Bids are now being advertis advertised
ed advertised by the Panama Canal Co.
for 6,000 net tons of ferroue
scrap metals and 734,800 pounds
of non-ferrous scrap metals.
The bids on the ferrous me metals
tals metals will be opened Oct. 24 and
bids on the non-ferrous scrap
on Oct. 31. lii both cases thev
will be opfned simultaneously
in office of the chief of the
Procurement Division, New York
"'"i -itp .uinuressea into
ouiiuies, :iuu ions oi railroad
-'"is, wu ions oi neavy snovei-
sieei, 4jo tons of cast iron,
70 tons of steel wheels.
iper netting and soreenina, brass
ammunition castines. vellow
brass castings, composition, alu aluminum,
minum, aluminum, cocks and faucets, bat
tery plates, lead strippings.
scrap lead, antimony, moral
castings, phosphor-bronze alloy,
manganese bronze and coDDer-
The property may be inspect inspected
ed inspected between the hours of 7 to
11 a.m. and from noon to 4 p.m.
Mondays through Fridays by
contacting the foreman of the
salvage section of the Balboa
Average In July
Rainfall was above average eft
the Atlantic side last month with
Gatun receiving 23.27 inches, tht
second highest monthly report is
sued by the Meteorological and
Hydrographic Branch. Cristobal re
ported 19.03 inches of rain, 3,4
inches above normal.
I Pacific side stations reported be below
low below normal rainfall not only for
; the month of July but for the first
' seven months of the calendar year.
Averages for the past seven
months on the Atlantic side were
high in Cristobal, Gatun, and Ba Ba-rro
rro Ba-rro Colorado with Gatun reporting
a total of 62.23 inches.
The average air temperature
during July was 80.7 degrees and
the relative humidity 90.7, both a.
hove the normal July, figures.
Maximum temperatures of 93 de degrees
grees degrees were recorded at Balboa
j Heights and Madden Dam, both
on July 14.
IMG E TWO
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1951
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Th Mail Bos u open toram tar readers at Th Panama AmtncMi
Lettrs ar raceived eretetully handled la a wholly confidant.'
ll' mmAum i.rtei don't be impatient rt it doesn't appeal the
BSt day- Letter are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the leften limited to one page length
Identity at htta writers it held in rttictaat confidence
Tkii newspaper assumes no responsibility for ttatemcnti at opinions
xpresied in letters trom readers
THE MAIL BOX
MORE UNION CALYPSO
Malcolm says since 1 calculate
Figures should be advanced to indicate
That my union is genuine and not a lake
So this I'll do in order to accomodate.
On my figures 1 shall lirst start with wages
To prove that my union is the best of all ages.
This is whv I thank my courageous leaders
Whosfl fight plus my little knowledge will put me on U.S. rates.
I February. 1942, Local 713. also my union, got 1.1 cent
V average increase
d in Jur.e th same year a 4 cent across-the-board with so
September, 148, grades 14 and 15 were added
Raising minimum to 26 cents, maximum to $1 40, so our
aalaries were padded.
In July. 1849, elimination of grades "a" and "b"
Meant minimum raising from 26 cents to thirty.
That was the end of Local 713.
Which was pulled off the scene bv the inmmortal PhiliD Murray.
Caame Local 900. thank God, and in Aoril 1951
A five cent across-the board was granted to everyone.
Raising rates from 30 to 35 cents minimum.
And from $1.40 to $1.45 cents maximum
November, 1951, a two cent increase again
Boosting minimum to 37 cents and maximum $1.47.
December, 1951. adding "f" was a new gain
Raising maximum to $1.53, all this without Local 907.
May, 1953. minimum rates went from 37 to forty-one,
For all government employes in the Canal Zone.
This PhiliD Malcolm also got
Like all the others who have been enioving the fat.
April. 1954. a general increase of two to six cents
Leaving minimum wages at 41 but carrving maximum to $1.59.
If that there fight for wages is not miehtv fine.
Then Malcolm's head does not have five senses but onlv
So May, 1956, another four cents across-the-board
For all of us who followed Local 900 s road.
Up went minimum rates to 45 cents
And .Maximum rates to all of one dollar sixty three cents.
Then December, 1956. my beloved Local 900
Got another five cents across-the-board.
Iinimum wags went to 50 cents and maximum to one
sixty -eight. x
That is the result of a hell of a good fight.
WASHINGTON (NEA ) What Whatever
ever Whatever the failings of its foreign po policies
licies policies in the Middle East, the U.
S. government has certainly used
enough people and spent enougn
money to have achieved better re results.
sults. results. Total U. S. foreign aid programs
for seven countries in this area
Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Sy Syria.
ria. Syria. Saudi Arabia and Israel
have been over a billion dollars
since the end of World War II.
Expenditures up to June 30 will
be over the 900-million dollar
mark, when the totals are releas releas-loans.
loans. releas-loans. And to this must be added mi military
litary military aid figures which are not
given out on a per-country basis.
An informed guess on the total
for Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Jor Jordan
dan Jordan would be in the neighborhood
of 200 million dollars.
There were nearly 2,700 U.S. gov government
ernment government officials in the Middle
East before the Marines landed in
In round numbers, about 300
were in MAAG military asssit asssit-ance
ance asssit-ance advisory groups or serving
as military attaches at U.S. em embassies
bassies embassies Another 460 are listed in
International Cooperative Admi Administration.
nistration. Administration. They administer the
foreign aid programs.
The other 1,460 are largely State
Department diplomatic and con consular
sular consular officials. U.S. Information A
gency specialists and men from
other government outfits.
The largest number of Ameri American
can American officials 830 was in Iraq, the
country where the revolt took
place. Other U.S. official dele delegations
gations delegations are listed by the State De Department
partment Department as 457 in EgyDt. 425 in
little Lebanon. 203 in Saudi Ara Arabia,
bia, Arabia, 288 in Israel, 188 in Jordan,
92 on Bahrein Island 82 in Syria.
29 in Yemen, 16 in Kuwait and 12
Iviipsiriwhilet the ri Ar-lr haitaeta
' a a
5rays and drains in Gamboa are oeanuts
to uie acnievement oi my coon ngnnng union.
Will ind WB Ttt witta lome biaeer money nuts.
of this treaty the negotiator left in so much confusion.
dockworkers. and teachers,
though thev were mostlv bleachers.
the? seem to bo thankful to the union
By keeping; their mouths shut without resorting to distortion.
Malcolm and all local raters now enjoy
Retention rights, bumping rights, grievance hen ring rights,
Automatic wlthin-grade increases, all because of the
My union has waged, a fact not even God would try to deny.
Local 900 did the most to get the statutory minimum of
For local raters working for private companies.
But just as Malcolm will not get 240,000 dollars
Most local raters will eniov. but to get into heaven's gate,
not even to St. Peter thev will Dav their pennies.
100 Percent Unionist.
LADIES OF J STREET
In view of the letters in your treasured column relative to
the people who freouent J Street and the neighborhood, as my myself
self myself and "Poppa Joe'' when sergeants during the last war had
plenty of experience I would like to voice my opinion.
It seems that during the war there was a preponderance
of male admirers here and the stepping ladles who like to pic picnic
nic picnic with us at Rio Cristal and other nearby convenient loca locations
tions locations were never neglected.
After I came back here as there were not so manv of us
on these hunting excursions and J Street was so handv I found
the girls in Panama far more attentive and appreciative than
my old pals of World War II time so I abandoned them, even
though I work with them.
It is now mv experience that the gold diggers in the Canal
Zone are a greater headache, with their many relatives digging
In too, and more expensive than the healthv and younger pals
w find in Panama.
More power to the girls on J Street, as thev make our stay
In Panama a real pleasure without a headache.
A Primary Function of the State
Department people was to look out
for the 20.000 private American ci citizens
tizens citizens doing business in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East. But the K'A and MAAG
missions were there to help the
countries to which they were as assigned
signed assigned and make friends for Ame America.
rica. America. Foreign aid expenditures to the
area total 643 million dollars up
to March 31, the last cumulative
report Israel has received the bii bii-gest
gest bii-gest aid. 282 million dollars, with
Iran a close second at 273 million.
Iran has also received surplus food
grants o' 33 million.
Jordan has received 45 million
dollars in U.S. aid, 25 million in
outright grants to help it balance
its budget. The other 20 million
has been for the East Ghor irri irrigation
gation irrigation project, Dead Sea potash
development, expanded teacher
training, road and school construc construction.
tion. construction. Lebanon has received 20 mil million
lion million dollars toward a comprehen comprehensive
sive comprehensive porgram of power and water
supply, sewage systems, road
building, agricultural extrusion and
education. But this hasn't prevent prevented
ed prevented revolt.
And Now, a Hew Words From the U.S.S.R.
WASHINGTON If Congress He-also balked at signing
ever snouio invesiiga e i i s e 1 i, souuiern m amies o.
which isn't likely, it would find a As a result, Dixiecraia, high tar tar-very
very tar-very smelly lobby behind the iff Reoublicana, and the jAg insur insur-whiskev
whiskev insur-whiskev lax ishi. n w taking
place backstage in CooaTess. It jng Tenne see with money, ull-
wouid probably find some very page ads, expensive billboards to
big campign contributions beinjj deieat Gore in the Democratic
offered to tertain Congressmen, primary. It looks, however, as if
rue battle is chiefly betwen rjeople of Tennessee lean :0 :0-the
the :0-the two biggest whiskey distillers ward the Senator wi h less man
in the world Schenley and Sea- ev more than toward hU nnnnn.
era me .... . r r
Schenley doesn't want to pay
taxes now on the huge amount of
whiskey it distilled during the Ko.
rean war. It wants to be able to
postpone the tax up to 20 years
or to whatever time it sells the
Seagrams sees no reason why
Schenley should get retroactive
ax treatment Dy act ot Ua-'gr.-.s
ent with a lot of money.
NASSER ISM IN MISSOURI
Out in Misrouri, Republicans
ar trying to Nasserire ano'her
Democrat, Congressman Morgan
Moulder of C?mr'enton. Moulder
is the former chairman of the Le
gisla ive Oversight commit'ee who
started the inves''"'tion of Sher-
-- -.j ovoiiui iiic Hive ""tiiun i
nowever, o c n e n i e y lODDyists man Adams and GoMfjne, Cam
have been able to persuade most ml sioner Mack o he FnC Vim"
numbers of the Senate Fin-mc- e,l 10 in Miami, Channel fin Bos
committee and the House Ways ton.
and Means commiitee that the
Schenley.backed tax amendment
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
THIS AIN'T THE 44 thou-
SAND yULS'ilON ut I like an answer
swer answer too): Isn't Prince 1'hilip get
ting so uppity that his aides are
telling common folk not to annoy
him by staring when he's at his
sport'.'. I wonder what became
of Estes Kefauver. . .Attorney
Welcii loi mc inccui'thy quiz). .
Fraklin Roosevelt Jr. .Elliot Roo Roosevelt.
sevelt. Roosevelt. .Wonder if Chief Justice
Warren's conscience bothers him
with jail door's unlocked for ra rapists,
pists, rapists, killers and Reds?. .Isn't
singer Denise Darcel the kind of
girl that makes boys glad they're
able to act Shakespeare, but she
sure can lean over j, Daicoio
The government of Panama first causes us local raters to
lose our commissary privileges, then trv and fool us with the
equal pay .stum We are not that easily fooled.
Since we have had to do our shopping in Panama, prices
have gone higher and higher day after day. To talk about price
control is a loke.
If we do pay taxes to Panama, what benefit will we local
raters derive from them? When we need an increase, whom
shall w ask'.'
' Nov the government of Panama wants half a million dol dollars
lars dollars in k taxes from local raters Thev are asking us to put
up our money to be divided among the sharks, some doubt doubtless
less doubtless to bi spent on trips to Europe or pleasure cruise vacations.
Do they realize how hard we have to work to earn a dollar,
while they just sit in their offices drooling over other people's
As p. taxpayer, what opportunity do I have democratically
to ilce my opinion on how mv monev can be spent to best
advantage'' The dav 1 got laid off from the Canal Zone, will
Panama give me work?
The Panamanians who will benefit most out of this new
treatv are such members of the bluehood families a have Ca Canal
nal Canal Zonr jobs not the poor fellows like me.
Iraq hat receiver! rnlv 17 mil.
lion dollars in aid. Most of this
has been for technical assitance
since Iraq has financed its Tigris
and Euphrates valley develop developments
ments developments from its own oil revenues.
But Iraq fell, too.
A 12-million-dollar grant was
made to all the Baehdad Pact
countries for communications and
road system surveys, still in the
U, S. government credits to the
Middle East through Expon Im Import
port Import bank total 259 million dolhrs
authorized, with 198 million dis disbursed.
bursed. disbursed. Israel is the biggest borrower,
for 160 million dollars, 'ran is se second
cond second with 58 million dollars autho
rized. 20 million disbursed
The old Syrian government bor
rowed $105,000 for water well rigs
and refused all other aid. But Sv
ria hasn't been anv un iendliir
than governments that took it.
RUSSIANS LIKE SACK
LONDON (UPI) The chemise
is a success in Moscow, a Moscow
Radio broadcast said today. A
commentator said most Russian
like the "sack" because of Its
"unhampered waist the tapering
effect at the bottom of the skirt
and the loose folds that keep you
guessing about the figure." Com Comment
ment Comment in London fashion circles
was that the announced measure measurements
ments measurements of the average Russian
woman, 38 29-37, were better
guessed at than seen.
It isn't the Humidity (It's me.):
France Nuyen, exciting little love lovely
ly lovely who shoulda grabbed an Aca Academy
demy Academy Award for "South Pacific,
forgetting that nightclub manag manager
er manager with Mike Mindlin, the agency
executive, at Erika's intimate hide
way. .Just a rotihd of doctors
(or the Chez Vito Pisa's. Fint
Leyna (Mrs. Vito) Gabriele, the
luscious soprano, got cut up in
an auto accident, now Vito's re recovering
covering recovering from emergency surgery
at Mt. Sinai. .Claire Windsor's
mostest dates are with Willis Lane
. .Woo Woo of the Week is ex exciting
citing exciting Monica Boyar, the Domini Dominican
can Dominican dynamite, at Max Loew's Vien Viennese
nese Viennese Lantern. (One good export
from there anyway.). . Danny
Thomas says he had to fire his
maid. Instead of sweeping up the
dirt, she merely rearranged it.
Tht Street tha Lights Never set
on: Maybe this is a straw in ta
wind al that, with Gunther, ..ju
Walters' right hand man al me
defunct Cafe tie Paris, coming in into
to into the Latin Quarter as assisiu.it
to E. M. Loevv and Eddie Rismui.
Risman, soft spoken, college edu educated
cated educated brains of the fameu ctuo,
is a rarity indeed among saloon
keepers and cafe operators, a per
feet gentleman of New England
background who knows as much
about Broadway and show b il l lness
ness lness as anyone alive, but always
stays behind the scenes and lets
others grab the credit. He came
to New York trom Boston with
beloved Lou Walters with whom
he had been associated for years
before, and between the two they
made an unbeatable combination,
having racked un more gross than
any "live" amusement enterprise
on earth save Ringling's circus.
by the Red Polish government's
cement monopoly over an article
in the Fort Lauderdale Sunday
News which the Reds, by infer inference,
ence, inference, would like the U.S. govern government
ment government to censor. The "offending"
item reads: "Broward County is
the target for a Communist effort
to upset Florida's cemen indus industry
try industry and create economic strife in
Here is one way Schenley lob lobbyists
byists lobbyists have operated:
Ex-Congressman Frank "Sunny"
Sundstrom of New Jersey, now
When his committee insisted on
firing his counsel. Rprmrrl Sch Schwartz
wartz Schwartz Moulder s'epped down at
Since then every investiga'ion
Moulder star'ed has been ubstan-
vice president of Schenley, came w
in to see Sen. George Smatrrcrs ?m08t mPortant probe? of the
Florida Democrat, to ask him to y
vote "or the Schenley amendment. Ordinarily Moulder has no Dem-
Smathers had received some mail ocratic opposi'ion. Bu this year
from Florida liquor dealers and Republicans are urging Republic.'
greed. ans to pull a Nas er and back jfob-
Three days later. Sunds'rom ert C. Smih, public utility fawy-
came in again and suggested er, against Moulder in the Demo
pointedly that he would like to "a tic primary.
contribute to the Democratic Sen
ate campaign committee which1
This was too much for Smathers.
"Under the circumstances I
don't care to discuss the matter,"
ne told the Schenley lobbyist.
ADAMS VS. VAUGHAN
During the Korean war Smith
pulled what's now called "Sher.
man Adams" to get himself out
ot tne new artillery. Amiable liar-
Sunristrnm than innniJ .k..t rv Vaughan was thr Xhrrm.in AH
. . ...vi, irii'uucu O'lVIII - ....... -.
contributing to individual senators. ams of 'he Truman administration
"That is up to vou and the and Smith, a reserve field artil artil-senators,"
senators," artil-senators," replied Smathers. "I lieutenant, wanted to trans trans-can't
can't trans-can't advise you on that." i er the noncombat Army Legal
The Schenley amendment will j Division. The Army needed ar ar-come
come ar-come up for a vote in the next 24 tdlerymen, not, lawyers. But Smith
hours. It will be interesting for the 8 a Missouri friend of Vaugh Vaugh-voters
voters Vaugh-voters back home to examine the an s' wi'Iiam H. Becker, to write
campaign records la'er and see Vaughan.
now much money was given to
certain key Senators and Congressmen.
It's tha Way the Fin Fiixles:
Why are Summer TV programs
like radishes, Mr. Bones, "They
give you repeats.". But Cass
Harrison, of the Pk Sheraton's
Mermaid Room, saw a Western
that was so modern, all the bar barroom
room barroom fights were set up by Fran Fran-kie
kie Fran-kie Carbo. When the Cuban re rebels
bels rebels hear about Sheila Reynolds,
the titian haired thrush who opens
at Havana's Capri next week,
they'll give up and come out of
the hills to gander her architec
ture. .Band leader Larry Elgart
claims that Bardot would make
a perfect Juliet. She mav not be
Today's Postmortimer: Harry
Waxman, who bought Billy Rose's
Mt. Kisco estate, inherited 5,000
copies of Billy's book "Wine, Wo Women
men Women and Words," with the deal.
(Is he trying to sell them to Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Holm,). .Calling all Little
Red Riding Hoods: Shah of Iran's
younger brother in town to look
over the crop. .As the fella s ys:
No matter how filthy rich a man
,is, there'll always be a gal ready
I to clean him.
This is Confidtntiil (but not
here ): What a waste of time and
public money when U.S. embassies
abroad relay to Washington all the
wails from Reds who get angry
because we won't let 'em take us
over. A follow-up on my recent
story about the attempts to make
.Florida contractors use slave-labor
'manufactured Polish cement, is
i before me in the form of a fo-
tostat of a communication from
the Second Secretary of the U.S.
Embassy in Warsaw to the State
Deparment and stamped "Official
Use Only." It forwards a squawk
I Can do This With ona Hand
Behind My Back: Johnny Weiss Weiss-muller
muller Weiss-muller Jr. wants to follow his dad
as "Tarzan". .At the Living
Room, Tony Pastor's singing son
Guy acts like he's in a living room
with Mauri Chevalier, cousin of
the Chevalier. .Kathryn Grayson
headlining at Wildwood, N. J.
(What a break for Jersey.). .Dan
Daileys effected another reconci reconciliation
liation reconciliation which makes Billy Reei
and the Little Cluf set very hap happy
py happy indeed. It's (heiF favorite spft.
No fast marriage for Ann Maria
Alberghetti and Buddy Bregma'n.
Expect to wait two years to see
if it's the genuine hjng. .And
Glynis Johns, asked when she'll
marry producer Aian Reisner aft after
er after their two year engagement,
shrugged her lovely shoulders
and said: "Who knows,". This
is on-t timin. In a recent Ptiv-
house 90, a young killer, walked
the last mile 'o th" "as chamoer,
And immediately after came a
sponsor's message: "Gas does it
Vaughan was just as efficient as
Sherman Adams. He dispatched a
White House memo to the Adju Adjutant
tant Adjutant General's office demanding
I aetion on young Smith s ca?e.
The Republicans have developed Actln was what he got. Smith
a new lei-unique ior KHOCKing out
key Democrats, which the Dmo-
G.O.P. ADOPTS NASSER ISM
crats call "Nasserism." It's th?
tchnique dictator Nasser has us.
ed in Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and
Iraq boring from within.
If the Republicans find they
can't defeat an important Demo Democrat
crat Democrat in a straight election, they
put a candidate in th!IWmocra th!IWmocra-Mc.sprimary
Mc.sprimary th!IWmocra-Mc.sprimary to runtae Republt-err.-
This is what happened when
William "Cowhnv" Rlatlov tiT.
Eisenhower Democrat, ran agpinst
Sen. Raloh Yarborough and lost,
j This week it's happening in Ten
jnessee. where Republicans are
I putting up all sorts o' money to
try to defeat young, moderate Sei.
oore nad the courage to take
some tough nositions, He has
fought for reciprocal trade, which
a fellow Tennossean, Cordell Hull,
pioneered as secretary of
was just out of the University of
Missouri Law School. But his ap
plication was lifted out o' normal
channels and an official letter
rushed to 5th Army Headquarters
in Chicago. Da(c' Aug., 15, 1950,
the letter set a deadline of Aug.
31 for the 5th Army to reply.
I However- when this column mib,
Ijshert tW ttJit Of the bSter rm Au
2fi, 'he Pentagon got worried anif
Harrv Vaughan'c efforts for young
Smith were nulli'ied.
Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW II Rates
Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
reserve life insurance policy
similar to your old N8LI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
In good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
low NSLI rates charged by the
Government during W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
No obligation, tear out this
ad and msll It today with your
name, address, date of birth
and age to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co P. O. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.
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New Orleans Service Arrives
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"METAPAN" Anr. 2S
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"IJMON" Sept. 22
"E.SPARTA" Sept. 15
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
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SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
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To New York and Return 1240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return S36.V00
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Mora of the Ditto: Isn't Bobo
Rockefeller's current favorite es escort
cort escort in Europe named Gaston. Sig Sig-mund
mund Sig-mund and wasn't he a former
waiter captain,. .Esther Wil Williams
liams Williams taking cnopsiick lessons
from Han Jaaj, the Hindu import importer,
er, importer, at the Jade Palace. .Booful
blonde who sang unannounced, at
Val Ernie's Jumping Brook was
M Liss Downey only the daugh daughter
ter daughter of one of the greatest singers
ot all time, Morton Downey. (And
one of the nicest guys.). .Fan .Fan-tabulous
tabulous .Fan-tabulous Arthur Wiharick's fan fan-tabulous
tabulous fan-tabulous Concord Hotel, which al already
ready already has an indoor pool and an
outdoor pool, is constructing a solar-heated
pool with surrounding
air also heated for winter outdoor
bathing according to Ray Parker,
the inn's smart general manager.
All Off (We're at tht end of tha
line): Roy Campanella goes back
to work Monday. (Happy happy)
Will conduct "Camo's Corner"
for WINS Mondays through Fn
days at 6 p.m. with guest stars
such as Ford Frick, Yogi Berra
and Mel Allen .Peter Duchin,
son of the maestro, and Doris Wiss
talking more than music at War Warwick's
wick's Warwick's Raleigh Room.. .Ex-champ
Max hchmeling owns a distillery
n Germany. .Producers of three
B'way shows rushed down to
Bucks County to catch Julia Meade
in "Boston Love Story." (She's bil billed
led billed as the gal with the face like
STOCKHOt DERS ISSUE NOTES
KANSAS CITY (VP) Stork
holders ot Butler Manufactunn
To. announce the issurance of
m million of 5 1-4 per cent notes
due over a 15 year neriod at i
snecial meeting. Proceeds Iron
the issue wilt be used H retire $S
fl''on of 5 14 per cent ,tes and
the halanfA fm ,ret-;n Annu.i
Mate, the company said.
Confession of a Candid Cutla:
Gals who worrv hoi'i what neigh neighbors
bors neighbors think, rarely, if ever, 3 e t
wrapped up uni;.
INCREASE REFRACTORY COST
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Gen
eral Refractories Co. announced it
has increased prices on som9 of
its re ractory products "appnxi "appnxi-mately"
mately" "appnxi-mately" 4 per cent effective Aag,
BY NEW TREATMENT
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958
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SILLA CNATA PARA
Conaress Mav Stay In Session
Until Labor Day,
WASHINGTON (UPI) Repub-
t bean congressional leaders said
I today that Congress may stay in
session until Labor Day if it acts
ion all major legislation which is
I still pending.
I Thov HicViiecpH the -..-riinllrnmpnt
prospects with newsmen after
meetine with President Eisenhow
er for a "roundup discussion" of
bills still hanging fire in the
House and Senate.
House Republican Leader Jo
seph W. Martin Jr. (Mass) re
iterated his belief that Congress
should recess now and return ai
ter die November elections to
wind ud the rest of its business.
But assistant G O P Senate
Leader Everett M. Dirksen ,.111)
said most members of Congress
oppose Martin's suggestion. He
said the majority wants to .rtrve
through and Ret it out of the
Washington Pish Markets
Votes were scheduled today on
a score of measures ranging from
sales tax cuts to razing of a
Washington fish m t l
The Senate made some head headway
way headway Monday by sending to the
White House a four year exten extension
sion extension o" the reciprocal trade law
and plowing part way through
an excise tax revision bill.
But thouHh the Senators began
thei r session at 10 a.m. and didn't
quit until 10:58 p.m., they bogged
down during the evening in a
round of Democratic criticism of
treatment of. Adm. Hyman G
Rickover and quit without ac mg
on the tax bill.
Called into session at 11 a m.
today, an hour earlier than usual.
the Senate planned to vote on the
excise bill which would adjust
levies ranging from theater ad admissions
missions admissions to garbage disposals..
Space Age Bill
The next big measure awaiting
Senate action was a $1,500,000,000
space age education bill provid providing
ing providing 22,000 four jtear federal
scholarships for bright students.
The House was also called into
session at 11 a.m. to do what it
planned to- do Monday consider
a score of minor bills including
one to allow razing
ton s municipal fish
market to make way lor a new
bridge and freeway.
The House program was set
back a day by the death Sunday
night of Rep. William E. McVey
(R 111), who succumbed to s
heart attack. The House, accord
ing to its custom, put off all busi
ness Monday to euloiize the de
Las Vegas Club
To Put Clothes On
LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPI)-Lush
El Rancho Vegas bowed today to
a Roman Catholic Church edict
against bare bosomed shows but
at two other show placed aiong
the glittering "Strip" it was bus.
iness as usual.
Leggy El Rancho showgirls, or ordered
dered ordered to take it o'f recently, were
told to "put it back on
don Katleman, owner
Towerman Failed To Give Signal Causing Train Crash
the crash 40 miles north
west of New York City were still
hospitalized today, three in criti.
Signalman Frederick Roth, 38,
- l YCICIOU leiuvnuvt, vinn.v iu
t X I investigators he had forgotten to
hold a westbound tram at Su fern,
as he had been instructed, to
In a telegram to the Most Rev. imS 0H..nH
With a number of major issues Bishop Robert J. Dwyer of the I
thi iifocthntinH tralr At the timn
.... j-u.. i in! '.j T J- tr-tl '"
sllll unseiuea, nopes 01 me law- isiucese ui ievaua, tiaueniaii
a ' .if i 13 a I a I . 1 11J ill
matters 10 quu mis weeneno nave joinea me ranxs 01 me oressea
just about disappeared.
Cornell Doc Ends
Against Hay Fever
NASHVILLE, Tennf. (UPI) Po Police
lice Police today held two men they said
used a direct, simplified method
of counterfeiting $10 bills.
Authorities charged James Mil.
ler and Joseph Lillard pasted ze.
roes after the ones in each 'corner
of a dollar bill and glued a pic picture
ture picture of the White House on the
back cover over the inscription
George Washington's picture, oh
the front of the bills, was un unaltered.
NEW YORK (UPI)-Dr. Marv
Loveless of Cornell University
medical center, has qome up with
an experimental once-ayear- shot
for hay fever sufferers that has
been described as 98 per cent ef effective.
fective. effective. It differs from conventional an an-H.hav
H.hav an-H.hav fever shots on two counts:
it is made of mineral oil and
ragweed extract. (Shots now used
are made of a water Dase ana e
Only one shot is required an
nually, compared to from 15 to 7C
of the old-type injections.
The scientist cautioned that the
medication still was considered
experimental, and not generally
available, but had been used ef effectively
fectively effectively on hundreds of patients
in five university medical centers.
Dr. Loveless, who has been
working on the jumbo shot for 12
years, explained fnat mineral oil
was absorbed much more slowly
than water in the human system.
This difference, she added, was
why ont of the jumbo shots, giv given
en given three months before exposure
to ragweed, packed a punch that
lasted through the hay fever sea season.
son. season. Ragweed extract in the new ex experimental
perimental experimental shot, as in the conven conventional
tional conventional shot?, is designed to bolster
immury to the pollen which
causes hay fever.
One of her disciples, Dr. E'aan
A flrown. of Boston, recently re
ported that the jumbo shot had
been 98 per cent effective among
Dostors at the University o
Pittsburgh, George Washingt9n
University, Washington, D.C., and
Ohio State University, Columbus,
Ohio, also are using shots o: the
medication supplied by Dr. Loveless.
the intention of the El Rancho
Vegas to offend public decency or
moral standards with our show
It is to be hoped the El
Rancho's action of withdrawing
such features from a show will be
followed by others in Las Vegas."
By others, Katleman referred to
the Dunes Hotel and the newly
opened Stardust where bare-bos
omed shows continued to pack 'em
A pastoral letter written by the
Roman Catholic Church leader
was read Sunday at all Masses in
the Nevada diocese.
Catholics were reminded they
were "strictly forbidden by di divine
vine divine law" to have any part in en
tertainment which is of its nature
indecent or suggestive.
"Visitors of the Catholic faith
are bound by the same law there
is no vacation from the Ten
Commandments," the letter instructed.
SLOATSBURG, N. Y. (UPI) i Seconds later the two trains, (there was no criminal action by
A towerman's admitted failure to leach with four cars, rammed J Roth," the coroner said. "He did
flash a "stop" signal was blamed headon at a blind curve in a loot do it on purpose."
today for the headon collision of light og. The impact teiescopedl Roth, stunned and shaken, said
two Erie Rai road passenger the diesel engines and left the he had been preoccupied with
trains which killed five persons 1 forward cars of both trains a "other duties" and unwittingly
and injured 35. mass of twisted metal. had permitted the wes'bound
Twenty eient of the injured in All ol tne oeal tnree irain- train, consisting oi two passenger
men and two passengers were cars and two man cars, to clear
aboard the eastbound train bound the Suffern station.
from Port Jervis to Hoboiten. "I just forgot, that's ali
In critical condition today at said.
Good Samaritan Hospital in Suf-
fern were George Sutton, 55, o
Port Jervis, a conductor, Crane
Vandermark, 42, of Maumoras,
Pa., a fireman, and Clifford P.
Covart, 52, of Matamoras, an en engineer,
gineer, engineer, all crewmen on the west
was using the I bound train.
I The Rockland 'County district
attorney's office said no criminal
action was planned against Roth,
o" Glen Rbck, N. J.
Dr. Max J. Moses, the county
lapse of memory. Frantically he I coroner, said the accident re retried
tried retried to reach the westbound I suited from a "lapse of memory"
train by radio telephone. But! on Roth's part.
his message never got through. "As far as I am concerned,
HELD IN DEATH
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)
Comedian Red Skelton's wife,
Georgia, was released Tuesday
from Southern Nevada Memorial
Hospital where she was hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized for a "mild nervous break-
Mrs. Skelton returned to the
Japan; Riviera Hotel, where Skelton is
a freight train
shows with this statement: Momenti after the westbound
"Please accept my personal re. train bound from Hoboken, N. J.,
assurance that it was at no timeitft pnrt j,rig w v w th
Suffern station Roth realized his
YOKOTA AIR B A S E.
( U r 1) ine C.s. Air rorce an- annearine. hosoital attonrt.
nounced today that A2C Charles, ants said sh Diannp(, tn rest Snrt
a few days there.
She was hospitalized Friday for
what doctor described as a "mild
Her 9 year-
W. Dickson. 20, o f Tomb
stone, Ariz., was held in the rlop ill
of a 21-year old Japanese girl Thi
f" :. 1 "...rh",: ':.; nervous breakdown.
odtV;ngulation'7es7erdayC The" Rlchard- dd kerni.
a ioint investigation with the lo-
Skel'on had a brush with death
cal Japanese police Dickson isl""1- c" was rusnea 10
QssionpH tn the Yokota Air Buse:"-"" "pi'ai suirenng !rom a se.
vere eardio-asthmatic attack.
YIS, YOU ARE
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UP0 (UP0-The
The (UP0-The bandit, brandishing a gun,
shouted, "I'm not fooling" when
he demanded money. But barten bartender
der bartender Dale Davenport knew he was.
Davenport grabbed the cap pis.
tol and the bandit fled: 5
SHOULD BRING RESULTS
carthage, N.C. (UPI) Superior
Court Judge W. H. S. Burgwyn,
incensed because his courtroom
was not air-conditioned, Monday
summoned members of the Board
of County Commissioners for jury
"This place needs air condition,
ing and they ought to know it,"
the perspiring jurist said. "They
can come and suffer the heat and
noise and gnats right slong with
the rest of us."
BLOWOUT FOR HORNBLOWERS
OSAKA, Japan (UPI) Musici-
cians today expressed their appre appreciation
ciation appreciation to the city's cab drivers
for reducing their horn.bTowing by
giving a free concert in their be
City police also were Invited.
MESITAS tie CENTRO
Si Has . desde 2.50
Stone, Beat Up
CHICAGO (UPI) Drawling
youths today stoned, knocked
down and beat up Policeman Wil William
liam William Bodnar, 39. when he tried
to keep a half dozen fist fights
between two rival gangs from de.
veloping into a mass free-f or.all.
Police rein forcements sum.
mohed to the scene by the bleed
irnr Bodnar arrested 16 youths, in
eluding two juveniles. PoUce said
char Ms of malicious mischief,
disturbing the peace and assault assaulting
ing assaulting police officer would be
Doctors used seven stitches to
close a scalp wound suffered
when the policeman was beaten
with his own club.
The policeman said the fights
broke out between members of
two gangs over how $56 in "prize
money" for drag races should be
Bodnar said he tried to arrest
two youths and "before I knew it
I was down on the ground."
"Then somebody came up be behind
hind behind me and whacked me on the
head," he said.
Pa rai so Council
In Program Series
The Paraiso Civic Council will
present the second in a series
of educational and cultura1 pro programs
grams programs when the U.S. Navy's
1658 "Sea Power Presentation"
will be staged in the Music
Room of the Paraiso High
School at 8 Oclock tonignt.
The show is a slide-illustrated
commentary on the role of
American sea power, it had its
Canal Zone premiere only a few
weeks ago at Cummings Hall at
the 15th Naval District.
The presentation also stresses
the need for a strong U.S. Navy
to proteot the sea lanes, which
it declares are the route for 90
per cent of the goods and stra
tegic materials entering and
leaving the United States.
The commentary will be de
livered by Cmdr. Sidney T. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, district director of training,
who is also president of the
Isthmian Toastmaster's Club.
The entire community is in
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, IBM
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MISS MARY J. WILLIS TO MARRY
MR. JOHN F. BORROMI O IN AUGUST
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Willis of Balboa announce (he
engagement of their daughter Mary to Mr. John F. Borro Borro-meo
meo Borro-meo of New York.
Mr. Borromeo served in the U.S. Marines and was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Rodman. He is now with the Panama Canal Com Company.
pany. Company. The wedding will take place on August 23 at 11:00 in
the Sacred Heart Chapel in Anton.
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Ambassador of the United
Slates of America and Mrs. Julian
Kiske Harrington have issued in
vitations for a dinner this evening
at their residence at La Cresta.
Champanada at Nicaraguan
The Ambassador o, Nicaragua
in Panama anc Mrs. Mariano
Barreto Portocarrero will enter entertain
tain entertain a a champanada at the linv
has.' residence this afternoon
f ron live until seven, in honor of
the Ambassador of Panama to Ni.
caragua and Mrs. Juan M. Villa Villa-laz.
laz. Villa-laz. Grand Cross Colors Degree
A Grand Cross Colors Degree
will be given at the Ancon Mason Masonic
ic Masonic Temple on Sunday August 17
al 3 p.m. Only Grand Cross mem members
bers members are eligible to attend.
Harry Cody's to be Honored
At Retirement and
A retirement and farewell par par-y
y par-y will be held in honor of Mr.
I and Mrs. Harry F. Cody at the
j American Legion Club on Friday.
Aug. 15, al 7 p.m. There will be
, dinner and dancing. Tickets may
i br obtained from either the A
merican Legion Club or Mrs. John"
t. Jennison, Tel. Balboa 3522.
Mr. Cody retired at the end of
July a ter more lhan 35 years'
service with the Panamj "t'anal
Company. The Codys will leave
on September 3 to make their
home in Florida.
June Post and Dee Harris
Re'urn From South America
Mrs. June Post and her sister
Minnie Dee Harris returned by
plane from a trip to Curacao Tri Trinidad.
nidad. Trinidad. Venezuela and Colombia.
Mrs. Harris, who lives in Long
Beach. California, is the nous nous-Sliest
Sliest nous-Sliest of Lt. Cnl. and Mrs H W
Post at Quarry Heights.
1 CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
1 From to
S and gone
IS as a lamb
15 Not up to
24 Narrow cut
32 Sea robber
3d Foot (prefix)
37 Mouth parts
41 Legal matters
45 "God Bless
52 Persian poet
55 Pope XII
3 Related to
9 Poker stake
1 1 Baked clay
17 Eye medicine
19 Come in
76e Mafate Patent
The Panama liner Ancon Is
tscheduled to sail from New York
Tomorrow with 216 n.ssengers ior
Cristobal, the majority of whom
are Canal employes and their
families returning to the Canal i
Zone after summer vacation. More
than half of the passengers are
.Included on the advance sailing
list is G. C. Lockridge, Panama
Canal supervisor of physical edu education
cation education and athletics, accompanied
by Mrs. lockridge.
There are no passengers book,
ed for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passenger'
list for Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Allan :
and daughter; Virginia R. Alva Alva-rado;
rado; Alva-rado; Mr. and Mrs. Phra A. Ash-
by and five children; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Bath and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I
S. Baumbach and daughter; Mr. :
and Mrs. Paul M. Bell, Sr. and
six children; WalUjf E. Benny, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert J. Bllir and
three children; Mr. and 'Mrs.
George P. Bonneau and four chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian M.
Bouche; Mr. and Mrs. Adrien M.
Bouche Jr., and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Bruland, Jr.,
and two children. Mr. and Mrs.
John G. Carlson and three chil
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton C.
Carney Jr. and three children; Mr.
and Mrs. William A. Cawl and
three children; Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Cooper and three children: Mr.
and Mrs. Owen J. Corrigan and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis
and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Paul M. Disharoon Jr. and two
children; and Michael J. Dubbs.
Mrs. Barbara Edginton and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Everson and son; Mrs. Kirsten A.
Ev.erson; Mr. and Mrs. Harold H.
Fahrubel and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Louis J. Fattorosi; Mr. and
Mrs. Eric Federman; Mr. and
Mrs. Cyrus W. Field Sr. and four
children; Mr. and Mrs. Hcrschel
Candy and two children: Mr and
Mrs. Rudolph A. Gangle and six
cnilaren; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C
Hannigan; Miss Patricia C. Han
nigan; Victor A. Herr; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles S.' Howe and five
children; Mr. and Mrs. E Guy
lluldtquist and daughter; Mr and
Mrs. William Jensen and two chil
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Oswild E.
Jorstad and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice S. Kelleher and
three children; John F. Kolenda;
Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert C. Laa'z and
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Answer to Previous Puzzlt
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25 Ear part
28 Passage in
29 Bird's home
33 Lens polite
43 Half (prefix)
44 Biblical name
48 Recess in
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son; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Law.
son: Yane Leves and two chil
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Glessie C.
Lockridge; Mrs. E. Frederick Me. j
Holland and son; Mr. and Mrs.
William G. Monroe and son, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald E. Musselman
and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Milton L. Nash and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Will R. Price; Mr. and
Mrs. Hiram J. Robinson and three
children; and Miss Leslie G. Roe.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Schon
ert and two children; Mr. and Mrs. 1
David Senzer and two children;
Albert A. Shore and three chil-:
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Christian S.
Skeie and two children; Daniel I
W. Smith; Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Smith and fouf children; Mrs. He Helen
len Helen M. Thomas and daughter;
Miss Helen E. Thomas; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard E. Turner and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Vosburgh and three children, Mrs.
Helen G. Wallace; Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Wertz and two chil-,
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Wrenn
and two children; and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph J. Sambits and son.
Duke Of Kent
LONDON (UPI)-The Daily
Heralu said yesterday the Duke
of Kent probably would announce
his engagement to Miss Katherine
Worsley before he departed for
Germany with his army unit in
Columnist Henry Fielding said
iiie Duke, debonair 22-year old
cousin of Queen Elizabeth, had
i been friendly with Miss Worsley
I for more than two years and was
' a frequent visitor to her home,
However, he said their engage engagement
ment engagement announcement was being
held up by the fact that the cou.
pie's parents were on vacations
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Written for NBA Service
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Sout- Weat North East
4 Pass S Pass
6 ) Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead K
With eight solid spades South
had a periectly normal vulnerable
four spade bid. His rebid to six
after Nortn invite the slam was
quite questionable and if West
nau op...eu o -ivon, smith's goose
would have been cooked right off
As it was Weit had a normsu
opening of the king of diamonds.
South won the trick, drew two
rounds of trumps and led a club.
North's queen fell to East's ace
and it was up to East to find the
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aucuig an iiiv iniuo it ian l ihh.i
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a diamond or a club South haspires to be a playwright. She's
time to ruff out a club and set
up the suit. If he returns the king!
ot hearts South will simply run
out all his trumps and on the
last rump lead West will be in a
Woody Schafer of Dallas who sat
East was able to return the deuce
of hearts just as surely as it he
were looking at all the cards. His
Dartner Dr John Fisher had nlav-
d the deuce of clubs on the club
Dr. John would haye started a
hish-H" si"nal wifh ei'her two or
four clubs. Hence, the deuce show showed
ed showed exactly three. That left South
with two clubs and since he had
shown eight trumps and one dia diamond
mond diamond he was marked with two
Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
1 Pass 2 Pass
You, South; hold: ,A
3 2 VA K a)SS2 4AKQJ
What do you do?
A Bid three no-trump. To
have 17 points but a slam to moat
unlikely unless your partner can
show siirns of further life.
You hold the same hand. Your
partner raises your two-club bid
to three. What do you do in this
If you want your husband to Kim Novak is evincing consi I Dsli's famous signature was
enjoy playing bridge with you derable interest in Richard Quine,;said to have appeared on he mn'r mn'r-and
and mn'r-and another couple don t instbt h director in "Bell, Book and rlage riocuwnt. which iave his
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: all through the game
I take the atti'iyle
"If we're going to talk, let's,'
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d coincident: Peggy Ue'
big 5Kng, "Fever," is breaking I
a hit just when she is ailing with
one Eyewiinessej report that the
coldest greeting in a long time was
the one exchanged by Join Craw
ford and her adopted daughter,
Christina, at the cocks the other
Chiristina had taken time o f
from her lob to be on hand when
mummy's ship arrived, out didn't
even get a lift back to her office
exotti another and i
revoiution in Haiti in the
very near future. The unrest there ;
TV actress Candy Nelson was
secretly married in Pittiburgh
recently to Wayne Hauser a Tex-
an. Her wedding gift was a 22-
carat diamond.. .Daddy Grace tAe
colorful preacher, it factng some
tough queries by the Federal tax
men. ..Chicago's strippers,, 700
strong, met with AGVA unio lea.
ders in a giant e fort to. effect a
iix.day week. They finally were
persuaded to stick with seven for
a while, since business is in the
Don't let your dress clash with
Routed. The AAA predicts that
the highways of tomorrow will be
pastel pale green, blue and or.
.Acress Diana van der Vlis,
who will hp seen rtti Hroadwxv a-
Ooin hi. V. j n 'mnc 1 lav
Just finished the first draft of her!
own drama. ..Mary Haly's mother.
recuperating irom a serious in.
ness in New Orleans.
Leonard Gershe would like to
be the new man in Lauren Bac-
all's li.'e. if she could just forget!
The Big Cush Sinatra.. Sid!
Caesar'i honeymoon with the
Londoi television critics is over. I
They've been roasting his last few
Th It.r..,!,. CM.
shows. ..The McGuire Sisters cer
Inn ir in .if a fhaiH nAnlriKnlinn In
Brigitte Bardot picture, "The
Ni.tt Heaven l'ell." The advertis advertising
ing advertising refers to Steve as "The Younf
New Clark GMe."...Iggie Wolfin-tih-
o" the "Mtisic M$n" cast flies
to Palm -Beach, after the Saturday
night performance to spend a
few precious hours with French
actress Charlene Plz.
Three major studios want pia pianist
nist pianist Van Cliburn for Screen tests.
One has him in mind for of all
things cowboy roles..You pan
now buy a popular brand of play-f-v"
card' marked -fbr under
$50 per dozen decks.. .Edith Piaf,
down, went to Le Baule for a!
. v v rv v n in i vug "i van"
rest on doctors' orders, but
couldn't endure the solitude, e'o
she arranged a series of local
i recitals. However, she barely
I a 1 1 1 1 T 1 1 1 M Lie null I.VIIU1UU..UIJ 111 iinr 11... f--' i
the destruction of the Enfilish ?eYftivwr oJeint
language with their newest hit
record, "Do You Like Me Like You i The third of the quintuplets to
Kiss Me" or whatever the title wed, Marie, who once planned to
may be. Grisly, grammar-wise, j become a nun, and Florian Houle
Lovely Julia Meade will get top who once studied for the priest priest-billing
billing priest-billing on the strawhat circuit in ; hood, were' married yesterday at
"Boston Love Story," with Dewey ;9 a.m. in the Sacred Heart Cha
Martin and Shirl Conway support-1 pel of Montreal's famed N o t r
ing her. Those who've read the I Dame Church,
script think it's reminiscent of j
the Leonard Bernstein.Felicia I Two altar boys who served at
Montenegra romance... j the nuptial mass also acted at
A famed screen beauty, in the El witnesses.
for personal appearances, missed I Marie's parejts and Iter famed
three dates because- she was fract. sisters, C e c i 1 e, Annette and
ured...Jill Corey'a escort at the Yvonne, learned of the couple's
Embers waa rd;Kar(r, once PUpi ifBmmU W W
married to Jane Wyman, Monday morning. Another sister
Clark Gable couldn't love the Mrs, Rose Giroujird.of Xiagara
billing Stephen Boyd eels .n the! Falls, Ont., laid she had tnn,vn
made it to her dressing room reported May.
after the very first per.!
forinance. (Friends attribute all1 It said the imnres'lonist, painter
her complexes to the torch she's invited none o' his Mends to th
carrying for singer Felix Martin, ceremonv t the Hermiraia of
a tragedy reported in this space Our Lady of the Ancel. fn nearby
weeks ago.)... Louis Stoecklin, Gerona province. A hlf dor-en vil vil-headed
headed vil-headed for a tour of duty over, jitors at the church at he time
seas, was partied at the Stork were. ,aid to have witnessed the
Club by members or the Science ceremony.
rarfP He's n the nroress
, bejng divorce(j from nis wif in(j
By GAY PAULEY
new York (UPli Mn worka
rom sun to sun and then fre
quently helps woman with her
work that's never done.
Some males darn sorks. do iron-
ina. make beds and even clean
The fact that today's home home-maker
maker home-maker frequently also is the man
o the house shows a new in
questionnaire study of 6,500 housf
wives In the metropolitan New
York area. Purpose of the study: j
To determine thtfir attitude
toward the rote nf the two sexe
in domestic chores.
Eighty-one per cent of the wom women
en women said they performed jobs whieh
they thought should be done by
men. And sixty-one per cent an answered
swered answered that their husbands do
inh which actually heloneed to
One of the questions concerned
women's work men should not do.
A Brooklyn housewife replied suc succinctly:
cinctly: succinctly: "Have children."
"We didn't try to determine
whether thf "('" took on house
hold tasks willingly, or whether a
little hen necking was a lector"
said a spokesman for the Savoy
Home Institute which made In
study. The institute is a aervtce
subsidiary of a car shampoo man
Many of the women staled that
hat jobs such as plumbing, moving
furniture, mowing the lawn,
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
chums wonder if he can woo Kim
away completely from die Great
Romance of ner lue (which wasn't
Rafael IrujiHo Jr.;...Wal.er Chiari
has summoned Ron Fletcher to
Rome to do the choreography and
staging ofr a musical extravagan extravaganza.
za. extravaganza. Walter, o caurse. is more fa
mous as Ava Gardner s top.rank-
ing boy friend than aa a. theatri
Nobody important in the high
fashion world expects the lethal
population to "buy Yves s Lau-
rent's mid calf hemline, which
rated headlines. The Dior.New
-I' c : s,Jri
akirts was far too alluring to ba
i "led out by any cables from,
"The Copacabana's guards refua.
let columinist Bill Slocum
cover the most recent .'laor show
because, he wasn't accompanied
by a girl. (He's a recent widower )
Chrhtine Carrere,pU(H ant star
f 'A Certain Smile." claims she'a
f, while her studio biography sets
ne,r age at 22.' She likes being 2.
(And she's exactly Peggy King
w,tn a French accent, whatever
jjer age.)...Gina Lollobrigida's pals
R';1 Kosensohn's tieup with th
vmer s cmn promises to add $100-
spreading the happy rumor that
cAucLiuiii arm ner nihv
UU ID HlO PrOfiS Af that T f
UarB u 2-
Hr rent n Chcago.
Marie Dionne Is
Third Quint To Wed
DZne th. te.iwf 7 ?
honpvmX, nVrt ttri Jul 7L ,i
nneymoonert today with her 38
lyear.old husband following a wed-
nothing about it until informed by
United Press International
There was no reception after
the wedding and the co'iole left
immediately "bv automobile on a
honeymoon. Houle's sister, Mrs.
George Roune, said her brother
told her, "I don't Jcnow where
we're going, bu I'll send vou a
ejrd." Mrs. Rou'se said they
planned to live in Montreal.
Salvador IMi Weds
BARCET.O'VA, Sbain fUPIV
Salvador Dull and his lone time
j comnanfon known as "GlV wert
married secrlv l-t FH"ay, the
newspaper Solidaridad aeinnaJ
nt tla a m C7 Kflm 1.. ... tl.i.J
. .. . r. -"--z
washing windows, waxing the
floors and mixing drinks should
be labelled "for men only." But
desoite their convictions, 7 per
cent laid they do household re repairs,
pairs, repairs, 18 per cent move furniture,
61 oer cent wash windows.
One woman who iid how W
repair, wqrk commented that "any
thing rp"t"r!-" erwsf, saw or
screwdriver belongs to him. .
they scare me to death."
One ot the questions concerned
washing the family car. and 65
per cent of the women thought it
was a man's .fob. Viftyine mr
cent said they helped anyway;
and 63 per cent said the whole
family should pitrhin. ,..
Most o the fatx agreed tint
house cleaning, laundry, making
boda, Ironin". eorjktif, washing
dishes and sewing wer women's
work. But iwarentiv they wI wI-co
co wI-co me help, for 16 per cent said
their husbands clean house, an another
other another 10 per cent do laundry -T
per cent make beds. 13 per cent
d' "i socks and 73 -per cent help
"Does triv husband heh) with
household ehore '.' Of course, lie
agreed to before we were mnr mnr-ried
ried mnr-ried or I wouldn't have marfinl
him," said one woman.
' To the same question, another
i "Yes, wilh all of them. But I'd
be happier if he worked for
t PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THTRSDAT, AUGUST 14,
n iii. i. i.
THERE IS A PARTY
OF LOW PRICES
CHICAGO Anthony Sherer,
explaining to authorities why he
carried a 20-milimeter anti-tank
gun around in his taxicab:
"You don't want me to keep it
home, where the kids can get at
it, do you?"
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Air
Force Capt. David G. Saunders
on the balloon flight later this
week which will send an Air
Force officer up nearly 20 miies
locked in a sealed capsule:
"It will be the closest step to
a space flight that could be
HAMILTON AFB, Calif. An
Air Force spokesman, shrugging
off any serious implications in
the nation wide grounding of the
fastest, newest fighter inter
ceptor, the F 104 Starfighter.
"It's just like an auto. After six
months you stop and tighten the!
PITTSBURGH Rear Adm
Hyman G. Rickover, "father" of
the atomic submarine, predicting
! better things ahead in underwaer
no Mitivpen vnrfl exclusive distributor for Max Factor products In Panama, and Mrs. ; craft:
SUfSS host, at ?lilt MTwna o the firm's promotion department, i "The first plane w h i c h the
inH r Rflisseau central supervisor of the department of beauty advisory Also attending j Wright brothers flew amazed the
if 2Sf.? Mr and Mrs. victor Miranda, Mr Jose Camel, Miss Elba Colhwos. and Mr. world, but. every plane built since
Ignacte mm, adTertlsing manager of The Panama American, and Mrs. Malioi. Mr. t-ngei
also observed his birthday on the same day.
JSociaf and Oth
Bishop Gooden Returns
From Lambeth Conference
The Kt. itev. H. neoer Cj
Bisaop 01 tne raiiama,uiuai -oie.
Asian Allies Pleased
With US Refusal
To Recognize Reds
ft.- MitrKIU Return
Urikm St Totisv 1 UR.IU Ull) me uniiru
' Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mit- States' clear.cut refusal to recog-
rhell and their children, Nancy nize Red China gave new heart
.snop oi we r i wek.s and Brent, of Gatun,. are" among' today to America's anti-commu-
TZ rx A nist ,riends in Asia-
chells have visited iriends and re It was not that U. S. allies be be-latives
latives be-latives in Saco, Maine, Florida lieved there was any immediate
and New Jersey. chance that Mao Tse Tung's
government would De recognized.
Captain and Mrs. Irving Spc What was heartening was tne
has been better. The same holds
true of atomic submarines.
NEW YORK Rotund come
dian Buddy Hackett, on the un
reality of Hollywood:
'I get the feeling that any
minute, someone will come out on
Sunset Boulevard and yell 'Okay
. .Take it all down. And they II
carry away the palm trees the
carrv away the palm trees, the
buildings and the people in
LamDeih Comerence of Bishops.
Atlantic Side Teenagers Meet
The Atlantic Siue ieenager met
on ivionaay evening at tne ieeu-
Cliib in Coco oolu. me P"'"
Set Up Sweeping
Civil Defense Plan
age UUD in wn.u - their rhildmn. Sarah. He- fact that the State Department's! WASHINGTON (UPI)-A hither
poe oi tne mee g r Heri)ert and 'Norman, return- eight page memorandum was to-secret government report says
prove (d to tlieir borne in MiratlH to Jcomidered one of the mostly the Soviet Union has embarked
laws ami iu ucu .Li. ,, mWh.' at..,inn clear v stated declarations of U. nnnn sweeoine civil detense
Chosen to serve in me vr u i .!,,., S. nnlirv toward the communist nrnor.m includine the construe
K U S S e 1 1 rnvuiin-, i-y -:mo ft f u knmh ..hollars and ihp
is'in, iimi ui ii.wiiiM
training of live million workers a
presiaent; Jean Owen, mi vice-
president. Joan Page, second v.. Atlantic Camera Club 1o Hear
ce-rpesident; Jane rgue, iecreva- Lecture en Lebanon and Syria
... V- xtAA,a Marshall treasurer. The Atlantic Camera Club meet
iV rtllU AU"V I
It was particularly well
eeived in Nationalist China
the Republic of Korea, as well
said the ussians
a"S invitation s extended ing will be held on August 18 at in South Viet Nam and the appear to have already cu. slum
17-as n m in th Dnh Rnnmc at okn:u.. ed "cellar shelters ior an IIU
toaUteenagerson now V"r; ;i 7 "h .L rlu; oortant segment" of the Soviet
the isthmus 10 come out uu ...... -- --r-. rr ... u. o.rauuu.a ln "a(lf,ition. it said. Rus
win or vwiciai. n n0n 0 nea tjnina. some otnciais rr- --
JSL "mL"5 -I ft ?!: SShTdJ? VfendeST itss
The countries of Lebanon and ,nli ,,iiiahl posal nearly 10 per cent of the
, Svria will be featured in a lecture DODulation.
and olor slide presentation to be Aithnntrh the United state. saiH The United States has virtually
ffiven bv Mr. C. McG. Brandl of .h- ua Hir. no nyarogen bomo shelters. Ac
i, ., niri'Mt iVIeeiinss are
held on the tirst and third luesday are asked to bring five slides.
of each month.
Balboa. Mr. Brandl is well vers- lationship" to the United Nations cording to official figures, it nas
eu in nis nrnmra navinp snnni a.c.mk n ;i t v uuut unc huiuuh. v
DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. tUPl) tUPl)-Ofticers
Ofticers tUPl)-Ofticers and biooflhounas combed
woods and tieids near here today
for Ralph Cozzolino, the "gallop "galloping
ing "galloping gnoai" of tne southeasieru
Authorities picked up the trail
of the 32,year-old escaper bandit
scej.. lo.. uoufl 10 gam a new
hotter as the chase progressed
southward into uougias wmuij.
much tim-iwth rwo' counfrfes.' civil defense workers.
uucsis are weicoiire. , 1 u sian drive for seatintr of Red mu. ,, n;t., orotin.
, China in the international body, .wn.itt.. Mnnrfv released a
It -also came at a time when slud estimating that nearly 160
iciiB,Vu in Un rUn,u ouam """ minion Americans would De Kinea
higher than it has been for many now in an n.bomb raid on 150
. , ; U.S. cities, mostly because of lack
t .11 A ....... Un...
iiut tii aaiaii naiimia, uuwrvti, A helter
The subcommittee said Ameri.
can retaliatory power was being
undermined by lack of civil de
Senate Sure To OK
To Civil Riohft Post
agreed with the U. S. position.
Such nations as India, Indonesia
and Ceylon, for instance, believe
'American policy toward Red Chi- ngHn. it called for
WASHINGTON (UP1 Work na is short sighted and that the -.tiitfm. nMtar eariv shelter
of the Justice Department's new re statement of its position
es" building piogram over the next
Civil Rights Division is expected oecially at this time was unfor 5 6 yearSi
to get a btg lift now tiat Senate lu""le- M The Russian civil defense report
..TTur .i,V. e fnoiive minaled contirmation seems assured for Wn impact was comDiied bv the Federal Ci
fSSL ,r in oasture w- wson White as assistant at- -'"Pan, aitnough it waswel. vil Defense Administration
IT ?.r; hUrfhonnds of kitlW m charge of the corned in some business circles fFCDA) for government officials
? .V :.7.v .nd 'itarcw ior reverse reasons, rne thinking t attributed its data to Intelli
in auu. J"'"" .. was that r the U. S. ever recoe- i...ij
leail nn AffiCprS 'I ii r 7 : KCIlfC jetuil IIU luilgci uwMiiru
lead on omcers. JnsHee- nenaHmont rr;,.;.i, nizes Communis Ch na rarfo t rSu Tr a "... .1..
. -v..fc 1 ,11. -- - -, secret, ine rvun was revcuuv
fOllOW, thllS CUt- -....J ,i(h the nffiea, nf Hafenca
some Japanese mhiii7tinn
neiieve is tneir
1957 Civil Rights Act. Sut it is Breafest potential market,
no secret "White has felt his hands L
tied as long as he lacked senate Tn overnment of Korean
confirmation. President Syngman Rhee wel.
j corned the fact that the U.S. em.
The civil rights chief said 10 phasized that Red China is "still
cases o alleged deprivation of unpurged" by the United Nations
Negro, voting rights were under of aggression in Korea.
I "active" investigation.
rm,niiBn i wanted here-amone said ,he civil rights staff, headed would naturally
SSffSS B3 by Whitf' nis,bee.n th : ting into what
STSlfifS a suburban 'su. cut out or it, under the! enj
permarket last weeK. uonam n.
Phillips, 31, identified by police
as his accomplice, was captured
in Douglasville Sunday. Cr.rzolino
was with him, officers savd, but
resisted and was thought to have
sustained a bullet .wound in the
hip before breaking away.
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all the sentences against him in
COKolino had been free since he So far none of the cases has 1 f AM9a fiMtltAM Tai iM I
and two other prisoners broke out gone to court. White indicated jClldlv rlUUvlj luUlll
f Kilby State Prison at Montgo-1 court action will not be taken be
mery, Ala., on July 17. His com- j fore he has a "orima facie" ca UAfl3 (MMA(I Un'r
panions were qhickly recaptured- of a voting rights violation. 1111110. JliyiJCll IIC
a not unusual pattern in his es- f 1, d th If J Af I
cms- wereP"reKd" and "heartened" ; MtBiQ Of CrlltliffltllS
Jails and prisons throughout at the Senate Judiciary Commit.1
Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama tee's aDproval yesterday of the, WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Have been unable to contain Goz. lopg stymied White appointment, investigators taunted Teamsters
Tnlino who could not serve OUt The VOte Was 10 t with Only President .lame H Hnffa vester
the live southern members vot- day by suggesting he was either
ing gamst White. The Senate afraid of lhe criminals in his
I was expected to back up the ac. :umon or was just no, "tw,gh
He wound up in Kilby after jtion later this week with only enough" to get rid ofthem.
pulling a daylight robbery for j token opposition from southern- Hoffa, who has been in count count-which
which count-which he dressed himself as a ers. (, lcss ,jst ,jgnui during his long
Halloween spook. Officers ap-! Those voting against the nomi-1 career in the truck drivers union
tured him after a wild chase along ; nation were Sens. Estes Kefauv. pr0mptly rejected the idea that he
ca"e and so on. er, (D Tenn). James 0. East-;c(uid possjbly be seared.
Postal authorities now are look, j land D Miss), Plin D. John-1 im not frightmed 0f any any-ing
ing any-ing for Insured parcels in which ston (D SC), John L. McClellan Dody he calmly told the Senate
CoKoliho and Phillips are be-(D Ark) and Sam J. Ervin Jf- Rackets Committee. "I don't in
lived to have mailed oart ofthelr 1 (D i NC). tcml t0 have the impression left
robbery loot to Inmates of Michi- Kefauver said in a statement nere that I am controlled by gang
fan s marqueue rnson ano meme was noi sausnea wun wniie gters. I am not controlled by
Hoffa insisted repeatedly that he
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI)-Fed
erl Electric Corp., Paramus,
,T., has been awarded a $10 mi
lion Air Force contract for service
required in the maintenance and
ooeration of DLW line racla
warning facilities during fisca
1959. the Air Materiel Command
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would rid the Teamsters of crimi
nal elements "in due time." But
he said any ouster moves would
be in accordance with he pro procedures
cedures procedures laid down in the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters constitution.
As he began his second Week of
"on again, off again" testihiony,
Ho'fa was confronted with a long
list of Teamsters officials with
"This has become a sordid
iory," commented com re 1 1 1 e s
chairmen John L. McClellsn CD CD-Akr.).
Akr.). CD-Akr.). He recalled that Hoffa
promised the committee before he
took office last February that he
would get rid of the gangster ele element
ment element in his union.
McClellan complained that Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa had acted instead to "perpetu.
ate" the situation.
"I Say you're not tough enough
to get rid of these people,"
taunted committee counsel Robert
T'. Kennedy, who previously had
suggested Hoffa was afraid.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1051
Mercurio Isthmian Amateur Golf
Championship Begins Sept. 6 At
Wade To Get First Test
As Rams' Field General
By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Rangy,
i WroH Rill Wade auar-
Urback and prayer leader of the
. n ..rill sat nK
JiOS Angeies naiiis "i"
first official test as "man in
charge" Saturday night when the
Earns play the Washington Red Redskins
skins Redskins at the Coliseum in a chanty
Some 80,000 are expected for
the contest in which Wade, a moa
ern-trend "running" quarterback,
will be No. 1 field general for the
first time since Norm Van Brock Brock-lin
lin Brock-lin was traded to Philadelphia.
His performance may indicate
whether the Rams can hope to
win the National Football League
.kin thic vcar and sur
pass the club attendance record of
1,051,166 set last season.
Must Run and Pass
Coach SidGillman in his fourth
season with the Rams believes
they may go beyond 1,500,000 ii
they can get and hold a lead; for
they generally are admitted the
most colorful outfit in the circuit.
Wade's rise is an example of
'Sloppy' In Beach
i OCEANSIDE, Calif.
wO2u,g07eanside, Calif. (UPI)
Heavyweight champion F 1 o y d
Patterson appears "sloppy m his
sparring session at this southern
California beach resort and shop,
Floyd, 23, is either off form
from boredom with long training
or he's acting to help the gate for
Monday's title defense against un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Roy Harris at Wrigley
Field in Los Angeles.
He never tried acting before.
"With two more boxing work workouts
outs workouts I'm sure I'll be sharp for the
fight," he told sportswriters today.
"I do feel a bit slow, but I'm get getting
ting getting faster."
Manager Cus D'Amato admitted
"Yes, Floyd's had previous spells
when he didn't appear sharp, but
never like this before at a late
several iew Tom "sporiswniers,
who had witnessed Patterson's last
impressive workout at Monticello,
N.Y., three weeks ago and then
saw him for the first time in the
West Tuesday, were surprised at
the change in his showing.
True, he was using two speedy
San Francisco light-heavyweights
during Tuesday's four rounds at
the Community Center. But he had
worked with good sparmates in
the East, too.
Lanky Sisto Rodriguez, who has
stand.up jabbing and h ooking
a l :l .1 r T Y :
Eiyie similar m iiiai j nan is,
made the champion appear sloppy
In their two rounds. Moreover, he
' landed several "sneaker" rights
on Floyd's face rights like those
Harris is grooming.
And in his two frames with
shorter Frank McCoy the champ
missed many hooks and resorted
to his old-time leaping "gazelle
punch,' as he tried to spear Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy with flying rights and lefts.
When he finished the workout,
there was a lump on the right side
of Floyd's face.
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:10
Van Johnson Martine Carol
"ACTION OF THE TIGER"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Best Award British Film
"WOMAN IN THE
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Robert Mitch um
WY1K OF NO RETURN
In CtnemaScope it Color!
-THE SILENT RAIPERS"
MARGARITA 6:15 1:50
nd "BURNING ARROWS"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
CAMP BIERD 7:00
TAND UNKNOWN" and
LOVE ME OR
With James Cagney
with Paul Newman
how the Rams try persistently to
keep a siey anead oi the opposi opposition
tion opposition in moving men up, ana in
using players apparently "made"
for a particular position.
The position ol quarterback in
the league ioaay demands a play player
er player with terrific running speed a.
well as passing ability, he must
be able to put on running bursts
at intervals when required, i'iiaf
combination is an essential now
under the standard "T" formairjii
used in the circuit. The split "1
is practieaiiy uusoieie in the
league because no quarterback
could long survive thepounaingne
would receive from 250-pounders i'
he ran with any regularity.
Leads Team in Prayer
Wade, 26 a bonus pick from
Vanderbill in 1952 is a quarttr quarttr-back
back quarttr-back of the latest trenu. uis
running potential along with his
passing makes him a threat that
prevents defensive ends or un un-backers
backers un-backers from plunging in too
Wade, in armed service in 1952
and 1953, joined the Rams in '54.
At that time Van Brocklin was at
his peak and the waning Bob
Waterfield was still capable. Bill
didn't gel much chance to play
regularly and he never had the
attention creating responsibility of
being "the man in charge."
Bill not only is the field gen
eral now but he also leads the
squad in prayer when it gathers
in a circle about him before the
start of each game. He kneeis on
the tur' and his standing mates
pray with him.
REDS CLAIM RECORD
LONDON (UPI) A Tass A A-gency
gency A-gency report from Moscow Mon Monday
day Monday night claimed Evgeny Min Min-aev,
aev, Min-aev, Russian Olympic weight
lifter, had set a world record lor
the featherweight class. Tass said
Minaev had achieved a two-nand
press of 118 kilograms 259.6
Eounds beating the old marlt by
alf a kilogram.
DISCUSS CHRISTY IMORIAL
NEW YORK (UPI) Citizem.
from Facloryville, Pa., met Mon
day with Baseball Commissioner'
Ford Frick to discuss building a
Chirsty Mathewson memorial.
Mathewson, whp won 372 games
during his major league career
was raised in Factoryville. Frick
is acting in an advisory capacity.
WIN DOUBLES TITLES
HAMBRUG, Germany (UPI) -Francisco
Contreras and Marie.
Llamas of Mexico won the men's
doubles title Moday in the Ger
man international lawn tennis
championships. Marty Hawton and
Thelma Long of Australia wou
the women's doubles final.
HEADS U.S. WEIGHTLIFTERS
NEW YORK -(UPI) -(Bob Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman of York, Pa., has been ap appointed
pointed appointed coach of the United States
weight lifting team for the Sept.
16 20 world championships at
Stockholm. The contest gives the
U.S. and Russia another chance
to renew their sports rivalry.
SETS TRACK RECORD
ATLANTIC CITY N. J. (UPI) (UPI)-Chit
Chit (UPI)-Chit Chat set a new track record
at Atlantic City Tuesday, covering
seven furlongs in 1:20 3-5 to win
the $5,000 Chelsea Purse. Star Rov Rover
er Rover held the old mark of 1:12 1-5.
ACTS ON PAN AM BILL
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Sen Senate
ate Senate Foreign Relations Committee
has approved conditionally author,
ized legislation for an appropria.
tion, of $500,000 for the Pan-American
Games Chicago in 1959.
DUREN HURT AGAIN
NEW YORK (UPI)- Pitcher
Ryne Duren of the New York Yan
kees will be out of action for se
veral days because of an injury to
his left knee. Duren recently was
hit on the cheekbone by a pitched
ball, suffering a slight fracture.
SWEDE WINS TENNIS TITLE
HAMBURG, Germany (UPI)
Sven Davidson of Sweden won i lu lumen's
men's lumen's singles title at the German
International tennis championships
Tuesday with a 5-7, 6-4, 0-6, 9-7,
6.3 victory over Jackie Brichant of
Belgium. Lorraine Coghlan of Aus Australia
tralia Australia defeated Shirley Bloomer of
England, 6.4, 7.5, for the women's
OTTAWA RELEASES TWO
OTTAWA, Ont. (UPI) Ottawa
Rough Rider Coach Frank Clair
announced Tuesday the release of
Ed Petrarca of Boston College and
Ernie Zampese of Souther California.
T I V 0 L I
LOS AMORIOS DE
WOMAN OF THE
At Ft. Amador,
The second annual 1958 Mercurio
Isthmian Amateur Goll Champion Championship
ship Championship tournament will get under underway
way underway at the Brazls Brook Golf
and Country Club on Saturday.
Sept. 13, with the final 18 holes
being played at the Fort Amador
Golf and Country Club on Sunday,
The ield will be cut to the
lowest scoring sixteen golfers for
each flight at the end of the first
36 holes of play. Flights will be
made up of the following handi handicaps:
caps: handicaps: 1st and 2nd Flights Handi
3rd and 4th Flights Handi Handicaps
caps Handicaps 1014.
5th and 6th Flights Handi Handicaps
caps Handicaps 15-19.
7th and 8th Flights handi
All Isthmian golfers, or dubs,
are invited to enter this, one of
the biggest annual golf tourna
ment held here in Panama. This
being a Panama Golf Association
sponsored tournament each en
trant must be a member of the
PGA. Membership cards at SI
each are available at each Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Golf Club.
Entry blanks will be available
3t each golf club and must be turn
ed in not later than Sept. 3 for
a starting time. Post entries will
(Based on 285 official at batt)
Ashburn, Phi. 108
Musial, St. L. 105
Mays, S. F. 110
Aaron, Mil. Ill
Skinner, Pit. 107
Dark, Chi. 96
Cepeda, S. F. 109
Banks, Chi. 114
Walls, Chi. 113
Bdyer, St. L. 107
436 70 147 .337
368 54 124 .337
439 79 146 .333
442 87 144 .326
398 74 128 .322
385 44 123 .319
441 65 137 .311
456 91 140 .307
446 72 135 .303
402 70 118 .294
Runnels, Bos. 104 400 73
Cerv, K. C.
102 382 70
78 296 32
100 403 53
106 423 70
107 397 72
102 318 66
111 400 66
95 323 54
114 360 67
110 384 91
100 290 43
Mantle, N. Y.
Banks, Cubs 35
Thomas, Pirates 29
Aaron, Braves 25
Mathews, Braves 25
Walls, Cubs 23
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox 101
Sievers, Senators 86
Cerv, Athletics 84
Mantle, Yankees 72
Colavito, Indians 71
(Basad on 10 decisions)
Grissom, Giants 7 3 ,700
Willey, Braves 7 3 .700
Spahn, Braves 15 8 .652
Semproch, Phillies 13 7 .650
Purkey, Redlegs 13 7 ,650
Turley, Yankees 17 S .773
Delock, Red Sox 10 3 .769
Hyde, Senators 9 3 .750
Ditmar, Yankees 8 3 .727
Moore, White Sox t t .727
EN EL CIELO
By Stomping Over
mm. w vi mum
1 l L
SWIMMING IS FUN, as anyone can plainly see from the big
grin on Teresa Bay's face. Teresa, 9, is a student at St. Mary's
School in Balboa. She has enrolled this summer in the com competitive
petitive competitive swimming class at the Balboa pool.
By Conrado Sargeant
Jnrkev Hector Ruiz, who was.
knocked unconscious wnen ne was
thrown from fractious Ben My
Chrpp after the latter stumbled
and almost lost footing in Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's last race, will be back in ac action
tion action next week. Ruiz received a
hard blow on the jaw, but he oth otherwise
erwise otherwise appears to be 'in good
The Stud Rio Grande received
two more throughbreds last Sun Sunday
day Sunday The animals are Latino and
Cleron, which up until last week
competed at the San Felipe race racetrack
track racetrack in Lima, Peru.
The Carlos Jurado-lbero Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez importing firm expects
the arrival of the three year-old
colt and filly Argosy Royal and
Pardine this Saturday. Both ani animals
mals animals have won one race in
Hincapie, a hopeless bad-legged
racer, and My Child were sent a a-way
way a-way from the President Remon
stable area Monaay. Hincapie will
see service with the Panama Na National
tional National Guard (mounted police).
My Child will probably be used
for breeding purposes. She was
sent to the Heraclio Barletta brood
farm in Guarare.
Another expensive British thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred will soon arrive on the
Isthmus. He is Supreme Joy, a
winner of several races in Eng England.
land. England. 0O0
Romancero, Henco, Lady Edna,
Coral, Destello, Apache, and Don
Brigido are the native through throughbreds
breds throughbreds which will dispute the $2, $2,-000
000 $2,-000 added purse plus a silver tro
Canal Zone Teeners Play
Stay Alive Game Today
HERSHEY, Pa., Aug. 14 (U (U-PI)
PI) (U-PI) Lenoir N. C. hanled Union Union-town,
town, Union-town, Pa its 2nd defeat yesterday
12-10, and knocked the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania entry out of the VFW
National Teener Baseball tourney
In the other afternoon 3a me,
Struthers, O. downed Emmetrs Emmetrs-bcrgh,
bcrgh, Emmetrs-bcrgh, la., 5-1, to keep alive Its
chances for the 1958 title.
Lenoir drew first blood in the
second inning of their contest with
Uniontown. scorinc two runs on a
walk, an error and two singles
Uiontown came up witn one run
in the fourth, but North Carolina
streaked ahead in their half of the
fourth scoring eight runs on five
The Pennsylvanians made a
strong comeback in the fifth when
they scored nine runs on as many
hits, including a triple with one on
by Don Curry. But their hopes wer
put down firmly by the Tarheels
in the last frame, when they scored
two more runs.
In the Struthers Emmettsburg
game, the Ohioans piled up their
lead in the third inning on wo
hits, including triple by Dell si g
nore, and a series of errors. Iowa
wns held scoreless until the sixth,
when a walk, single and a wild
M:. .W .Jf J .-rf' --ML-.
Out To Wrh Pennant
phy in Sunday's Antonio Anguizo
la Classic for natives.
Two more of Hector Marino
Ruiz' classy Chilean throughbreds
will make their debut here tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon. One is Distante,
a five-year-old brown son of Welsh
Honey-Dicha; the Other is Zarpa Zarpa-zo,
zo, Zarpa-zo, an offspring of Forest Row-Zo
Har. They will race in an entry in
the seventh race and are trained
by Manuel Rivera.
Acropoli, another Marino
Ruiz owned Chilean racer, will
make his debut on Sunday. He is
a four-year-old by -Apolo-Naranja.
Another "debutant" for Sunday
is Don Koki, a four-year-old na native
tive native colt by Count Curley-La Mu Mu-cura.
cura. Mu-cura. Constantino, a full brother to
the brilliant Santurron, wgll
make his first local start in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's nightcap. This four-year-old
son of Refucilo Santa
Sofia, owned by the Cococha
Stable and trained by Arturo
Phillips, will bo ridden by Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasquei.
Gouvernant, Don Cirilo, Red
(Label and Abolengo will race
with blinkers beginning this week weekend.
end. weekend. 0O0
Braulio Baeza leads the second
semester jockey contest with 31
victories. Fernando Alvarez is sec
ond with 20 and rapidly improving
apprentice rider Arquimedes Alfa Alfa-ro
ro Alfa-ro third with 15.
Alfaro's cool-headed and calm
style of riding reminds one of his
uncle Gabriel (Pipo) Alfaro, con
sidered by many to be the best
distance jockey ever developed lo locally.
cally. locally. pitch cut across their only run of
the game and their last of the
This morning Ohio met Lenoir,
with the winner to get a crack at
the defending achampions from the
Panama Canal Zone in the after
Panama suffered its first defeat
of the tourney yesterday morning,
losing 1-0 in a 16-inning duel with
Bossier City, La.
Bossier City, the only undefeat
ed entry remaining in the series,
is assured a spot in the final game
tomorrow and at least runner-up
This afternoon's game will de decide
cide decide who will meet Louisiana Fri Friday
day Friday for the title.
Yesterday a double by Bossiers'
Charles Johnson and a single by
Dennis Kile drove in the tone run
of the longest contest in tourna tournament
ment tournament history, with none out in the
last half of the 16th inning.
Bossier's pitcher, Cecil 1 1 pshaw,
set a new strikeout record by fan fanning
ning fanning 26 opposition batters.
The Canal Zone had far better
chances to score in the game and
tossed them away. In the ninth,
they had three hits and waited a
two-on, none out situation in the
tenth when attempted squeeze
Dunti wnen astray.
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 (UPI) -It
looks like the Milwaukee Braves
are out to win, the 1958 National
League pennant the same way
they won the 1957 flagby stomp,
ing all over the Cincinnati Red:
And even the streakine miracle-
hoping Pittsburgh Pirates won't
De ame to do much about it if the
Braves keep knocking off the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs at the .80().pace that they've
been doing it for the last two
The Braves, rocked by two
straight losses in Pittsburgh, re returned
turned returned to the winning track last
night when they picked on their
favorite "cousinj" for 9-2 and 4-2
victories. The Weep built the
Braves' lead back to 5 V4 games
despite the fact the second-place
Pirates beat the Philadelphia Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, 10-9, and the third place San
Francisco Giants drubbed the St.
Louis Cardinals, 11.2.
Tho Braves ripped tho Rod Rod-legs
legs Rod-legs apart, 18-4, last season and
.-. a eage this year mak making
ing making a two-year domination of 28 28-7
7 28-7 for .800.
Juan Pizarro pitched a seven seven-hitter
hitter seven-hitter in the first game for the
Braves and Lew Burdette came
through with a six-hitter in the
ni .(can. The Braves' long ball
sluggers were at work as usual a a-gamst
gamst a-gamst Cincinnati pitching, Joe Ad
cock blasting a three-run first-inning
homer in the opener and Ed
Mathews and Andy Pafko homer
ing in the nightcap.
The victory was Pizarro's third
since he returned a month ago
from Wichita and Burdette's 12th
compared to nine losses for the
season. The Redlegs have lost nine
of their last 11 games.
Roberto Clemente and Bill Ma Ma-zeroski
zeroski Ma-zeroski drove In seven runs be between
tween between them as the Pirates stretch stretched
ed stretched their winning streak to seven
games longest for the club in
nine years. Clemente knocked in
four runs with homers in his first
two at-bats and Mazeroski, bat
ting .520 over the last seven games
drove in three with a homer and
Three run homers by Willie
Mays and Valmy Thomas Were
the big blows for the Giants who
routed Vinegar Bend Mizell with
a four.run fifth-inning and "lived
it up'; with five more runs in the
eighth. Ruben Gomez yielded eight
hits and cruised to his seventh
win behind the Giants' 13-hit at attack.
tack. attack. The Los Angeles Dodgers beat
the Chicago Cubs, 6.5, in the oth other
er other National League game when
pinch-hitter Elmer Valo doubled
home Don Zimmer in the ninth
The victory lifted the Dodgers out
of last place into seventh place
a fitting present for Walt Alston
who learned earlier in the day
that he is going to be rehired as
manager next season.
In the American League, the
Washington Senators extended the
New York Yankees' "slump" with
a 9-4 drubbing, the Detroit Tigers
whipped the Cleveland Indians, 6
2 and 3 2, the Baltimore Orioles
shaded the Boston Red Sox, 2-1,
and the Chicago White Sox beat
the Kansas City Athletics, 6-5 af.
ter a 2-1, 11-inning loss in the first
game of their two night double
The Senators, who hadn't heater.
Whitey Ford since Sept. 20, 1954,
racked him un with five runs in
the eighth inning as the Yankees
sui.erea tneir lourth loss in five
games. Roy Sievers hit his 33rd
ho mer for the Senators to tie him
for the A T. lead with tho Von.
kees' Mickey Mantle. Truman
Clevenger received credit fnr the
win in relief.
Paul Foytack won the oDener
for the Tieers with the heln nf a
five-run fifth inning rally and
rookie Herb Moford gained his
third win in the nightcap on Gail
Harris' two run fourth inning
homer. The sweeD extended the
Tigers winning streak to five
games and overshadowed a fine
relief appearance by Cleveland
outtieider Kocky Colavito who
pitched three.hitless innings in a
futile effort to save the second
Arnold Portocarrero won his
12th eame for the Orioles who beat
Boston's Frank Sullivan for the
first time in 2 years. Gene Wood-
ling led the Orioles' 10-hit attack
witn three hits.
Harry Simpson won the first
game for the Athletics with an
11th inninc homer and the White
Sox took the nightcap when Billy
Goodman singled in the ninth
with the bases filled. Ned Garver
went the distance for his 10th win
in the first game and Bob Shaw
won ms tilth game in relief in the
I a TODAY js I
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CHAIXRNflK OP HIN TIN TIN
$1.10 per CAMI
SKIP HOMFTEH In
Sj THUNDER OVER ARIZONA 'J
Editor: CONRADO SARGEAN f
W t Pet.
Milwaukee 65 47 .580
Pittsburgh 59 52 .532
San Francisco 58 53 .523
St. Louis 54 54 .491
Chicago 54 40 .474
Philadelphia 52 57 .477
Los Angelas 51 59 .444
Cincinnati 52 41 .440
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at Los Angeles
St. Louis at San Francisco
Only games scheduled
Milwaukee 300 000 0609 15 1
Cincinnati 100 000 0102 7 0
Pizarro (3-1) and Rice.
Nuxhall (9-9), Jeff coat and Bur.
Milwaukee 200 002 0004 8 1
Cincinnati 010 000 1002 6 0
Burdette (12-9) and Crandall.
Kellner (3.3), Haddix and Bai Bailey.
ley. Bailey. St. Louis 000 000 1012 8 0
San Francisco 100 041 05x.ll 13 0
Mizell (8-9), Brosnan, Paine
Wight and Green.
Gomez (7-10) and Thomas.
Pittsburgh 422 002 000 10 16 0
Philadelphia 030 003 0039 12 1
Raydon, Smith (1-2), Gross,
Face, Law and Kravitz.
Meyer (1.6), Hearn, Sanford,
Farrell and Lopata.
Los Angeles 6.
NEW YORK mfi Gil Tur Turner
ner Turner and Stefan Redl, welter
weights, box 10 rounds in a fight
to be nationally televised from
Madison Square Garden on Aug.
Pittsburgh Fans Feel Pirates
Can Capture Pennant At Home
By FRANK L. BERKOPEC
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Pitts,
burgh Pirate fans, long accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to cellar teams, are sing,
ing the lyrics of a song that
goes "all the way."
The winner of the National
League pennant may well be de decided
cided decided next month at Forbes Field
and Pirate diehards figure it may
not be the Milwaukee Braves.
During September the second second-place
place second-place Pirates play 23 games in
Forbes Field, meeting all seven
National League opponents. With
the success they have had so far
on their home grounds, Pirate
fans are looking for a "miracle."
"All I can say at this point is
nobody's going to attempt to
prove that we won't go all the
way," General Manager Joe L.
The Pirates have played their
best ball at Forbes Field this sea season.
son. season. They have won 16 of their
BHS Grid Hopefuls
Asked To Register
Al Balboa Gym
With the 1958 football season
just around the corner, all Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School football hope hopefuls
fuls hopefuls are requested to register the'r
names at the Balboa Gymnasium
during the week of Aug. 1R
through 21. At this time all boys
are requested to secure a paren parental
tal parental approval form and have it
completed prior to reporting for
their physical examination.
The physical examinations wi.l
start at 9 a.m. on Aug. 27 and
28 in the Balboa Gymnasium a
which tir; all boys will turn in
the paren al approval forms.
Practice officially begins at 3:30
p.m. Sept. 3. With only two weeks
in which to prepare for a rojgh
season, al 1 prospective squad
members are reminded that run running
ning running now will save sore legs in
Player Of The Day
Hats off to Jackie Jensen, the
first player in the major leagues
to knock in 100 runs this season.
Jensen repched that total Mon Monday
day Monday night when he hit a two-run,
fourth-inning homer in the Boston
Red Sox' 6-3 loss to the Washing'
ton Senators. The homer, his 32nd.
kent him tied for the American
eague lead with Roy Sievers of
the senators and Mickey Mamie
of rbe New York Yankees.
Jensen, 31, was acquired from
the Senators in 1953 and has kn ,cV
ed in 100 or more runs in four n(
his five seasons with the Red Sox.
He never has led the league in
homers, but tonned it with 116
runs batted in three years ago
Kansas City at Chicago nv
Detroit at Cleveland
New York at Boston 1 Vi
Only games scheduled
Washington 000 210 051-9 11
New York 000 202 000- -4 9 1
Pascual, Clevenger (7-8), Ramos
and FitzgeVald, Courtney
Ford (144), Monroe and Btrra
Boston 100 000 000-rl
Baltimore 100 010 OOx 2 10 t
Sullivan (9-6), Wall and White.
Portocarrero (12-7), Loes, O'Dell
(First Game) -
Kansas City 000 010 000 01-2 2
Chicago 000 100 000 00 -1 7
Garver (10-8) and Houie. :
Donovan (9.11), Staley and Nix Nixon.
on. Nixon. f
Kansas City 5 ?
(First Game) h
Detroit 000 015 000-6 11
Cleveland 100v000 001-2 11 li
Foytack (9-10) and Lao.
Bell (6.6), Mossi, Narleski and,
000 200 100-3 0 0
nnn inn inn 4
lvioiora (3-4) and Wilson.
Wilhelm (2 6). Cnlaitn
" -" wv iuu & o U
' 4 -J&mt
last 18 games and have a 35-22
overall record at heme.
The high point of the home seat;
son thus far was this week'; two--game
series with the Bravsi m
which the Pirates defeated the
league-leaders, 6-4, Monday night
before 38,93a fans and 10 0 Tues
day night before 36,867.
Manager Danny Murtaugh as
the eve of departing On a 13 game
road trip, credited his pitching'
staff for much of -the team's re recent
cent recent success. ;
"If our pitching continues we
should win our share of gimes on
the road," Murtaugh sd. "Then,,
again, everyone has been playuig
good all and the team's spirit
has been great." 1
Murtaugh refuses to comment
on the possibility of the Pirate
winning a pennant,) In the pasf he
has predicted a possible first divi division
sion division finish, "maybe in fourth
But the Pittsburgh fan for th"
most part will tell you w'thout w'thout-hesitation
hesitation w'thout-hesitation the Pirates could ,win
the pennant. S;.
This feeling has been re 'looted
in attendance figures. Monday's
crowd was the largest night crowd
in history to jam Forbes Field.
And attendance this year has
been nearly 300,000 ahead of last.,
year's mark when Pittsburgh fans,
saw their club finish tied for laat
Vic Raschi was one of a great
trio of Yankee pitchers that ter-.
rorized the American League f
seven years. With Ed Lopat and,,
A Hie Reynolds. Raschi helped thf
Yankees win six pennats between between-1947
1947 between-1947 and 1953. He came up from
Portland during the 1047 season
and promptly posted a 7 record
tiie rest of the year as the club
won the nemiant. The next ysac
he won 19 games and tft mSi
in a row thereafter fr won 21
each year, earning the nicknamej
"Springfield Rifle," He hailed ori ori-ginally
ginally ori-ginally from Springfield, Mass. Dh
ing the spring training season of
'54. Raschi vnr SnM in thm M
. 7 v. WV.
Louis Cardinals and later pitched
briefly with the Athletics but ne.
er achieved winning form again,
Whatever haoDened tn Vie Rn.-
ehi? Now 30, Raschi it- out f
baseball and onerates a retaH' It.
quor store at Genosee, N.
Lana Turner In
Victor McLaglen in
71 41 40
58 55 .513 MVa
54 55 .505 15V
SS 505 IS
55 59 482 18
51 .473 If
49 61 .441 22
9 44 .434 2
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lniMPAI, MUUM It, JTOS
Of Panama City Handicap Tops Racetrack Card
A at.ial Knre rare nroaram win w nera lumui-
row tftePiMHm tt the President Remon racetrack m
ommemorttion of the founding of Old Panama
Which obiPT another anniversary on this date.
.a 1 ill 1 i L ah A MA I I A
The main event of the eara win oe w
$660 bounding of Panama City Handicap for
fwtrth series imported thoroughbreds.
To w c. are entered in 'his
overnight feature. They are Canoe.
' , u -. at Y!i
'T:Za lE week i
PBW-fa "--.m-.u- ....f..i.',.rnurn.rl Iraek ChampiOP. reruuia
will probably go on me
favorite However, rnu.
tinao, 'Canoe and Germamo will
M, r "i-nt"rf haeVinfi in the
also Itt plenty of bacning in uc
Distinie wffl have an edge in
teckeS because he will be nan-;
Sed "Heading Jockey Braulio;
K arch rival. Hetiodoro Gus
5m and Saeza is without a
.mSm -S .thi raw 4,
Handicap spectansi rernn -vam,
however, i wre to five a
good acoour.1 of ; himself. u'
Hii, on this iype 0! race Alva Alva-res
res Alva-res ha pawial inack of do.r.g
his ht riding in "handicaps.
Oa '.nil occasion, he will be a
board-.. k hearted Germanio.
Jew Talaver win gwae -"
J .... u.kii. H .:;. VlSOUeZ
be aboard Fieltro The "rw"
second to El AgheSla his last
time out in form reversal. Vn
gjli qaatillo has the leg up on
Canoe which must improve plenty
tf ha ia gel home first.
Rowta iria. a digappointmem
after an impressive debut, will
have. Alejandro Perez in the sad
die. "Aristfdej Lorless has the as-
ARROW SPRINGS, CaW.lrefuse. to pose with Hollywood
M miles to tne norm ui
the San Bernardino mountains be
gin to rtacn ponaeruus.j
Smog free sky. This is where Roy
Harris i in trainning for the heavy
o!U W .was MJte nstthe
a& tn aUver aorallV.- tne
Fairbaik. PicWerda, Chaplms
awav from it all. Palp .springs
Imi yt been invented. Las Ve Ve-aai
aai Ve-aai wa still a cow town.
ira ii itiU a lingering regality
to the old hotel which dominates
theeiort and the natural scemc
splendors remain tunelessly un un-seaited,
seaited, un-seaited, having survived, among
ither things, an extended exposure
S BeSd MacDadden's frenetic
ihirU;'boWng writetfsj in Broad Broadway
way Broadway idorta and pued-ear rings
miaal in the plush lobby and
"oR the graceful cocktail lounge.
Across the road, on a plateau, an
taSd 1 blroom .lumbers in the
,Uffi. laboratory in which
the 25-year-old challenger from
Cu 'N' Voot. Tex-, conducts his
experiments in hopeful quest of a
magic formula which may enable
him to eradicate Floyd Patterson
next Monday night.,
Some Of us were sitting in i on
thesfe axperlments for the first time
inrWH some of us
LT2rSi.rV' Harris for the
We ajnaaasawa 1--,
Mi uaia fi'nr rea sons not alio
111 J l isaa.
gether clear he has never appeared
M TV, ana never i""
.i,it mvwhfi'e but in his home
state. .yet he is unbeaten and is
i.:.-:.n. li.H the No. 1 chat-
No Movlo Queont
tow wptrimanti did not get und under'
er' under' way Immediately; The challeng challenger
er challenger was to receiv a gold medal
from Wat Fleischer, New York
publisher, as "the fighter who had
shown th most advancement in
In mid ring at the presentation.
Harris gazed speculstively at the
bauble; his expression- seemed to
Imply that ht shared with some
of the ringsiders a curiosity as to
just waat thia was meant to sig
PWs was also Texas Day.
ChaMDar of Commerce blast u
that sooner or later everybody
moves to California Now that A A-laska
laska A-laska has replaced Texas in phy physical
sical physical immensity, there's a notion
that Texans. embarrassed and cha chagrined,
grined, chagrined, are pouring into the Sun
j kist State in hordes.
I Possibly they haven't had time
t in eat settled. At any rate, the 10
gallon hat set was only sparsely
represented A brass band shat shattered
tered shattered the stuffy air. There was
some question as to the appropria
teness of one of the selections. .
"The Yellow Rose of Texas."
"Nothing personal," protested
publicist Bill Miller. "This just
happens to be the one piece the
band plays bast."
Sverai Texas-born cinema love
lifts -had been advertised to appear,
among them Ann Sheridan and
Jayne Mansfield. Considering that
it it practically illegal to present
a function of even semtpunitr na
ture in these parts without a blob
of cheesecake, the complete ah
saace of Hollywood charm in the
flash was bafllng.
"Oh, I forgot to tell you," apo
loflxed publicist MlUer. "Harris
lll L.IJ 1.
signment on La Generala, duller
mo Sanehez will attempt to b.mg
uotoran Town S Wall UUK
j shooters happy by getting Recife
The secondary attraction pitsun-
... ni vtlv improved Infer-
r i ..... v-
is a handicap to lmorraai urn
. rom Perdu.
.it rKic miv nrove the
qUalizer. Surumeno wWchscorea
J, unbelievab e 1:24 205 last
Sunday. is also in the race and
ghould make it more interes ing
Nine other races are included
on an attractive program.
3 Vilma P
7 Distant ()
10 Informal (e)
Presently the challenger was in
the ring, and at the end of four
rounds of sparring the consensus
was that if he didn't look like an another
other another Dempsey, it certainly would
be vicious libel to call hm an another
other another Rademacber. si
A 'Nusiance' Jab.
Four brief rounds against hired
hands encased in thick leather
headgear wouldn't be enougn to
give even the Marquis of Cjueen Cjueen-berry
berry Cjueen-berry a confident line on a prize
fighter's ability. However, Harris
does have the size, the condition
and seemingfr the desire.
We had been told he did his best
work with his left hand, that his
jab was particularly effective. This
may be true but yesterday the on only
ly only solid shots he scored were
with his right: bis jab lacked
crispness and sting and was more
of a nusiance than a weapon.
The Texan is nimble enough on
his feet and has better than aver
age hand speed. He appears to have
a better head than body defense.
Once when Howie Turner, 210 210-pounder,
pounder, 210-pounder, belted him in the middle
he went into a fast protective
clutch. In fact. Turner outfought
and outboxed him during his two two-round
round two-round stint. Which may or may
not mean anything. In any case,
there really is a Roy Harris. Until
we saw him with our own eyes
we weren't too sure.
Ancon playefl host to the Gam
boa strong "D" teams Aug. 12
Gamboa boys played a fine game
of basketball and proved too
much for the Ancon "D" hoys
The Ancon boys are really out outclassed
classed outclassed and should be playing in
a lower class of basketball. How
ever, this summer they started in
"D" class and will have to re
main, playing for this particular
classification of basketball.
Ancon has spunky small boys
but better spirit isn't seen anv.
where The experience gained in
this summer's basketball will be
to their advantage for future piay
The final score showed Gamboa
with twenty-four (24) and Ancon
fit u 11 1 ri (i tin Anln iiv at noil,
Eaeh team excelled in their spor'
h, wa, h',.
all around the gym.
Immediately following the basket
ball game a battleball game was
organized with Gamboa versus An
con. After three good fast games,
Gamboa came out the winner with
two out of three Then the bus
made its appearance and the fine
bunch of lads headed back to toward
ward toward Gamboa.
Thanks to all of them for mak
ing the games successful.
An important mooting of clo clo-slc
slc clo-slc and malar awng leagues
will bo hold on Tuesday, Aug.
If, at 7:30 p m In the upstairs
of the Balboa Service Cantor.
At the mooting, league poli policial
cial policial will bo discussed and team
formations will bo made.
Members are urged to atttnd.
I Ll H mi
Mai BLL IhBI
LOOKING AHEAD Ashley Cooper, the Australian star who made a big hit at Wimbledon,
now is in the United States aiming his big ga ne for the Nationals at Forest Hills' West aide
Club, starting Aug. 30.
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Race "Special" Imp. 6
4 Dona Flora
H. Guslines 105
B. Baeza 113
A. Alfaro 108x
J. Ulloa 115
F. Alvarez 111
G. Milord 102x
2nd Race 6th Series imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
lChivilingo B. Aguirre 113
2 Fifito A. Alfaro 112x
3 Lark B. Baeza 113
4 Otorongo R. Vasquez 115
5 Atomic Spring H. Gustines 108
6 Sober View J. Talavera 113
3rd Race "H" Natives 6
1 Victoria A. Alfaro 105x
2 Filon J. Avila 115
3 Vilma P. A. Alvarez 110
4 Radical A. Reyes. R. 108
5 (Don Grau J. Talavera 112
6 ii Noticion r. Milord 107x
7 (San C. E. Dario 103
4th Race "O" Natives 8
4 El Pequefio
9 Mr. Jack
A. Alfaro lOOx
J. Jimenez 113
G. Milord 103x
E. Dario 100
B. Baeza 104
. Credidio 106
D. Barret llOx
H. Gustines 102
J. Talavera 110
5th Race "Non.Winners" Imp. 7
1 Platano V. Castillo 110
2 Renata F. Alvarez 110
3Corviglia G. Milord llOx
4pepin B. Baeza 108
5 Bodegon B. Aguirre 112
Race "Special" Imp. 4
1 Now Then J. Talavera 106
2 Alucinado B. Baeza 110
3 Mi Cautiva E. Dario 100
4 Skoll A. Perez 106
5 Deungalope B. Aguirre 110
BMaee A. Alfaro 102x
7Pastoreo H. Gustines 108
Race 5th Series Imp. 4
2 Red Label
9 ( Zarpazo
10 Pappa Flynn
11 Ionias Pet)
A. AKaro 112v
J. Ulloa 115
J. Talavera H2
C. Bovil 108
H. Gustines 113
G. Sanchez 112
G. Milord 103x
F. Alvarez 11..
iB. Baeza 115
C. Ruiz 110
Jose Rodrig 110
8th Race "Special" Imp.
1 Valdina Jeep B. Baeza 1)0
2 Don Cirilo J. Ulloa 110
3 Bathina A. Credidio 103
4 Dependable H. Gustines 115
5 Teddy A. Alfaro 103x
7 Ramo B. Aguirre 113
fth Race 4th Series Imp. I Fgs.Purso $600.00
"Founding of Panama Handicap'
4 La Generala
V. Castillo 110
A. Perez 112 -F.
A. Lorless lOOx lOOx-E.
E. lOOx-E. Dario 105
H. Gustines 108
7 Towns Wall
G. Sanchez 108
8 Manandoagua J. Talavera 112
9 Fieltro R Vasquez 110
10 Recife F. Justiniani llOx
10th Race 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
J. Talavera 110
E. Dario 103
A. Vasquez 124
B. Baeza 10S
J. Jimenez 110
G. Milord lOOx
H. Gustines 114
Hth Rac 6th Serlos Imp. 4 Pgs.
1 Cypress Bull M. Hurley 113
2 Hermelina H. Gustines 108
3 Constantino R. Vasquez 115
4 Empire Cross J Talavera 1 15
B. Baeza 115
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-Has shown nothing
Poor effort in last
Dangerous this time
Fastest at getaway
Pool Closes 1:30
Nothing in ages
Will fight it out
Should score here
-Would pay juicy odds
Pool Closes 2:00
Should be close up
Nothing to indicate
Ran well in last
Returns in good shape
Could make it here
Must go lower
Fgs. Purse $375.;;
Pool Closes 2:30
Distance may help
Also partial to mile
Poor recent races
Not good enough
Dangerous this lime
No. 1 contender
Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 3:00
-Has shown nothing
Quits badly in stretch
Can make it here
Has strong finigh
-In hard fight here
Could make it now
Can run; fractious
--Enjoying good form
Pool Closes 4:10
-Not against 'these
-Must imnrove more
-Not good enough
-Could score again
Distance to liking
Has speed only
6 Fgs. 'irto $650.00
Pool Close. 4:40i
Jockey will help 3 1
Better (his week 5 )
Not good enough 3!)
Sizzling workouts EVEVl
Could surprise 3 1
Ran well in last 4 t
Usually disappoints 10
Pool Closes 5:15
-Sharpened for this
-Doesn't seem likely
Will light it out
Better this week
In think of it
Doesn't seem ready
Early speed only
Poor recent r-eea
Hard to beat Vre
Back in best lorm
Did not convince
Will probably trail
Could overtake favorite
Purse $400.00 'Pool Closes.
Surprised in last
Better this week
Makes debut here
Nothing in weeks
Must improve more
Seems best hero
Three Teams Tied
In Parasol Junior
The Hawks, Macons and Ailing
Ion Aces are deadlocked in the
Paraiso Junior Cage League, each
having won encounter while drop
Each lias taken its engagement
from the Magoo
Finn tho Mar
dweller of the circuit while strug struggling
gling struggling among themselves for lend
ership. Either team holds two cic cic-tories
tories cic-tories against one defeat in the
The Blue Hawks, paced by
Charles Gillings 10 point contribu
tion, spanked the Maggo five 22 to
14 to put themselves among the
leaders. Sidney Squires and T.
Layne's four point support to the
squad's cause were also key fac
tors as the pair teamed nicely
with Squires in the offensive ma maneuvers.
neuvers. maneuvers. Colon, playing undefeated ball in
the senior circuit, rallied in the
final quarter of their fray with
Paraiso for 53 to 51 verdict. This
engagement was the program's
highlight which earned townwide
comments during the evening. It
was a well-played contest and was
not decided until the last whistle.
iThe 'Paraisb squad with a previous
2-0 record in the standings, was
endeavoring to maintain sole lead leadership
ership leadership of the loop, but fell short
of the narrow margin. Tiier
failure to drop the Colon outfit
gives the winners a 4 0 rccod and
the circuit's top position.
In the girls league, the Bermu Bermuda
da Bermuda Angels trounced the Sparrows
20 to 8, and now lead the pack
with two wins against no defeats.
The victory was spearheaded by
the busy Berto del Rio, who played
all over the floor to win top honors
as she sank 12 points. She dispiay
;' cd her usual cagey movements,
-'I getting support from Zurita Ever Ever-seley
seley Ever-seley and Grace Yearwood, the
3.5 former contributing six points to
It Be Tough?
DETROIT (NEA) In a game
noted tor its ruggedness, LoJ
Creekmur's record of not having
missed a football game in eight
seasons is amazing
Throughout the autumns since
1950, the 254-pound Creekmur his
racked up 150 consecutive gams
including pre season and cham
"I'm 31 but have never been in
better physical condition," says
the Detroit tackle "It is most.)
luck that has enabled me to keepj
going. In his league it is prae
tically a miracle to t!0 one season
without an injury sidelining you
"During the off season, I stay
under my playing weight so that
when 1 come to camp and have a
lot of toufd. workouts. I know I
can eat all I want and still not
have to worry about being over overweight
Creekmur is one of a very select
"rotin who has plaved in every
Pro Bowl name. Hi record cur currently
rently currently stjnds at eight straight.
WILL MEDIATE DISPUTE
CHICAGO (UPI) -Avery Biut.
dage, president of the Intornation
l Olvmnir Committee, plans to
visit T.ishrin In mediate a disi ion
i'lvojving the organization of 'he!
Potugttese Olympic Commil.ee.
1 One group claims it was organlz-
3 ed according to Olympic rules
while the other says it was not.
Race Only Worried Haney Once
When Mathews Hurt His Ankle
By JIMMY 6RESLIN
PHILADELPHIA (SKA) Eddie
iMa.ncws went ior lira. Dase with
! .iid i las. bin step, out Uie throw
ocal Mini and at
tne same Uiiieluays n could mea a inoi.tn 1
his aiiKiu buckled. Mathews huu
bled his way toward the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee dugout and Fred Hai.ey, wiio
hau bee. i talking about the hut
.Y. Louis nigm air at Busch Sta Stadium
dium Stadium a moment belore, now lor
got about everything.
' He. trotted out to meet Mat Mathews
hews Mathews and later, wnen the doctor
ligured the big third baseman
would be out for 10 days, Haney
had the only siege of nerves the
National League race las produc-
eu ior him.
"That was the one time 1
moaned," he says. "We've had
all sorts ot injuries this year.
Once I had seven intielders in the
line up. I played an outfield of
Felix Mantilla, Mai Roach and
Jay Hanebrink for four days I
didn't worry. You can't complain
Trounces Navy 5
At For Clayton
After a relatively close first hali
the Albrook Flyers began to pi'J:
up steam in Ihe third quarter and
reallv poured it on in the lir.a!
period to trample the Navy quin
let yi t)4 lUCSQaV niglll ai r 1,1 :
Clayton's Reeder Gymnasium.
With Emmett Bryant mana:r.g
only 111 points in the first naif
Navy managed to trail by only
37 32 at the halftime. Bryant loss
ed in 12 points in the third period
to build the margin to 64-52 an.(
in the final stanza Bryant and
guard Manuel Lopez combined In
run the sailors off the floor.
Bryant was high for the ewe
ning with 33 tallies via 15 .icUl
goals and three free shots. Lopez
aided the Flyer cause immeasur immeasurably
ably immeasurably with 20 tallies, most of them
on layups off the fast break.
Matt Johnson fired in ll i'iel'l
goals for 22 points for Navy Bill
Burmcister added 15.
(as of Aug. 13)
2 1 Us
1 3 3
By LUIS ROMER
3 Noticion (e)
7 Red Label
11 Bright Spur
2 The Squire
7 Golden Rocket
11 Blue Zulu
Jai Alai II
lue) le pdi t ul Uifc
Hut when .iiumeAs was hurl
anu .MJint'. mica vnien iik s.. 1U
puaed out the pack oi clgarets
...id it cdine li. .it lo o to ;lcep
inai iiigln and held a smoker wiln
"Ouierwise, there hasn't oeen
much lo lalk about. 1 Knew js
long as gu)s were gelling ,eii
iney'u oe oack and tnere wouluu i
be any trouble. The Gian'-" 1
never cared about them 1 care
only about the seven .cams we
I guess that's a little too hock
ey to make good reading, but I!
makes good sense. You have lo
beat everyone and we made no
special cae of the Giants
least I didn't. But 1 !uess iho
boys did judging by lha1 last se
ries we played with them."
Haney was sitting in a chair in
Ihe parlor of his hotel suite hu;
the way he describes his Bravr
and the National League rac it
might as well have been a nick
ing chair at the old mm' h i:ne
Fred sees it to be that easy
"Juan Pizarro is going lo be
the left bander who'll replace War
ren Spahn here.'' he mused. "Me "Mechanically,
chanically, "Mechanically, he has as much equip equipment
ment equipment as any pitch. r in the ma-
OUT OF DOORS
HONEST MAN'S GUNS
By WARREN PAGE
THERE'S a new gimmick go'.ni revolver. He once upon a time
the rouns now. especially in x'cv could and did legally do that.
York City, where the idea lh;' Under the latest edicts he can
disaiming the legitimate citizen be licensed for only three. One '-f
somehow keeps guns from 1 l c th? guns he legally owns mus' be
hands of criminals has reaihl sold and the receipt for wna. s
into the stratosphere of fallacy under the circumstances going to
The Sullivan Law has acquired-be a short price presented as cvi cvi-euns
euns cvi-euns the honest man can register dence that he has only three
One prime example is the
of a doctor who as rest and s r
cease from the strain of his on
crating table activities is a week
end pistol shooter. He takes pis
recreation on a club range, ues
his guns to punch holes in tar j
Competitive pistol calls for -.'8.1 time parking, will suddenly turn
minimum of three guns, the "Vl thief and use one of his target
vents being based on .22 rimitrilg" to stick up a bak?
' and .38 and .45 caliber firing. This is keeping weapons fru.n
1 This chap, being no more nutty the uaridj of criminals?
ELIMINATE KIDNEY TROUBLE
II vou few run down due to common
Irritations of the kidneys and liladder.
If these (roubles make you feel old,
tired, nervous and depressed, try
Cystex today. Maybe there are germs
Irritating the delioate tubes of your
kidneys and bladder. If these do not
function well, they require help to
keep your blood fre from acids and
toxins. ,tvi(alt Yeur Kldntyt
Cyitex, nn interna medicine of ef effective
fective effective action developed by The Knox
Company Laboratory, Los Angeles,
California, is now helolna thousand!
SATINA CARRIES YOU
THRU THE IRONING
the BIG ironing
aid in ihe little
jors. Hi. control is getting better
anu he is ueveiop.n0
"Jle ijivei us. ndiicj .-iniled,
'alio. he. leit naiider lor Yankee
"Isn't it too early to talk liko
thatf he was asked.
"Not a bii," ill' cnuckled.
He ieels it is thai snnpie.
"1 told you Horn the s.art that
we nau too much maten il to get
beat, he said., "Now you take
Burueile. Lou got oil bad and ev everybody
erybody everybody said oil. oa. idat win er
banquet circuit killed him
"I hey iorgol his record. Lou
never icauy siaris coming alon
until laier on. They tell se he's
even a couple of wins ahead of
what he had lasl year at this
iime. He's coming just right. T'ie
Yankees will see him at his beat
in the World Series.
"Mathews is hitting good now.
So is Henry Aaron. They're two
hitters who can do an awful job
on a pitcher. Roach is out but
it's a harnc beca ise he was play playing
ing playing real good. I just put in a 're 'reserve'
serve' 'reserve' infielder we carry for
these occasions-what's his name,
Red Schoendiensf and that
plugs the leak a little.
T don't think we have much to
worrv about," Kred Haney mused.
"Say, you see C 'sey Stangel tell
him hello for me."
1 than any other devotee d of a neb neb-by,
by, neb-by, wants lo have a variant
fourth gun of different weight aud
sights. He'd like to be permitted
to own and carry to and from his
shooting place another .38 caliber
Three and not four this w ll
somehow make him less danger dangerous?
ous? dangerous? This will somehow mad.: it
liess likely that a prominent and
prosperous proiestional man, who
has never been pinched for anv.
thing more serious than ov.t
these three ways: 1, Combats germs
in the kidneys and bladder. 2 Helps
kidneys to clean out acids and poison poisonous
ous poisonous .wasles from biood. 3. Soothes
and caltns irritated tissues. The first
do.se of Cystex gneB to work effec effectively
tively effectively helping your kidneys and uri urinary
nary urinary syslem clean out acids and Irri
lating genns. Once these good result!
are obtained you h-gln to feel much
better, tiet Cyitsx today from your
drugstore and see how much better
ou will feel tomorrow. Cystex Is tho
effective medicine for kidney in 4
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 19
1 t -4)
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
. sLr -jH
IS3 iSr li
FOR SALE 52 Fordomatic Vic Vic-torm
torm Vic-torm with extras. Call Balboa
2-3155 1574-C Gavilan Road.
FOR SALE:- 1956 Buick SpeciaJ
station wagon, 4 door. 6 passeng passenger,
er, passenger, radio, conventional drive. Ei Ei-ctllent
ctllent Ei-ctllent tires. 25.-OO0 miles,
S1960. Phone Balboa 6375,
6232-B, Los Rlos.
FOR SALE: Air conditioning
units i new I for BUICK Special
1958 and CHEVROLET V-8,
Heaters tor CHEVROLETS 1957
$35.00. SMOOT b PAREDES,
S. A. PHONE 2-0600.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford, good
transportation, quick sale $115.
Tel. Balboa 2787. house No.
5607 A. Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1951 Super 88
Oldsmobili Holiday, with hydro hydro-matic
matic hydro-matic and radio, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. 355.00 Hulatquist 8461
Margarita Tel. 3-294S
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
condition. Tel. Balboa 2194
FOR SALE: 1951 Green Pon Pon-tiac.
tiac. Pon-tiac. 4-door sedan, excellent
mechanical condition, good tires.
Call Ft. Davis 260 or Colon
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 51, two
door, radio, $395.00. Call 1859
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4-door
aedan. Good condition. $600.00.
Phone Balboa 2-1552 House
House 0432 B Ancon.
Formed; Plans "rip
To Ft. San Lorenzo
A Volkswagen Club was organiz organized
ed organized last weekat EI Panama Hilton
Hotel for owners and enthusiasts
of Volkswagen cars who reside in
Panama and the Canal Zone.
The following officers were ehfl-l
ed: Jerome Schoch. president; Will
liam J. Bright Jr., first vicrpresi-i
dent; Claus Kleischmann, second'
vicepresident; Mrs. Sara E. Thiel
secretary; Lt. William D. McGuth.j
The first activity of the Club will
be a trip to Fort San Lorenzo.
VW owners will meet at Diablo
Clubhouse at 8:45 a.m. and depait1
from there at 9 a.m. on the dot.
William Kozan, photographer
and recognized historian of Fort
San Lorenzo, has consented to be"
present 'o give the historical back background
ground background of this famous landmark.
On the return trip, a visit will
be made to the JWTC Zoo at Fort
Requirement for this trip are a
VW, a family (if you have one, a
picnic lunch and drinks (soft)
The next activity will be a trip
to Chitre, on Aug. 30, 31 and ot.pt.
1. For additional information call
any of the following numbers: Cu Cu-ruiidu
ruiidu Cu-ruiidu 5193; Clayton 6127; Balboa
2107; Panama 2-4897.
Wife No. 2 Home
Returns To No. 1
NEW YORK (UP IV-A 27 year year-old
old year-old lumberyard worker plunger!
Into more hot water than he had
bargained for when he took his
bride home to her mother right
after the wedding ceremony.
He wound up in trouble with the
law, as well as his inlaws. i
Everything was lovey at the j
wedding last Sunday of William
Sietz and Germaine Meyer. 20
year old stenographer, at, Saint
Thomas Episcopal Church in
But right after the ceremony.
Sielz took his bride home to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Meyer. Me left here there, saying
that he would stay with his parents
until he could find an apartment.
Sietz spent two nights separated
from his bride. This made her
mother suspicious. She called po police,
lice, police, who went tn the address
Sietz had given for his parents.
The "parents" turned out to be
a wife, Patricia, mother of his
35 month old daughter, Doreen
and expecting a second child. She
said she and Sietz were married
in a Roman Catholic church in
Sietz was charged with bigamy.
"I don't know why I did it," he
Patricia said she would stand by
"He's a good guy, and 1 still
There was no comment from
C.ermaine or her mother.
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
45th St. ond Via Ksnana
couple only, completely furnish furnished
ed furnished luxury apartment. For ten
weeks from August 21st. to Oc October
tober October 3 1st. Fir information and
appointment call. 3-4992 or
3-0732. Car also available.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, Herbruger Transisth Transisth-rrian
rrian Transisth-rrian area, across Los Angeles,
100 mtrs. Supermarket, Tel.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment, all conve conveniences
niences conveniences No. 10, 7" Ave. Coco
Del Mar 'San Francisco), phone
FOR RENT: Two small apart apartments:
ments: apartments: one with one bedroom,
other with two. Via Porras No.
60. Ca(l 3-1 798.
50.00 Concrete furnished apar apar-ment.
ment. apar-ment. North American neigh neighbours,
bours, neighbours, excellent transportation.
Call 2-3343 3-0471.
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
TI-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with twe bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Modern screened
one and two bedrooms, govern government
ment government inspected apartments.
Automobile row, House No. 36.
FOR RENT: Comfortable 2
bedroom, living-dining room,
kitchen, San Francisco. 3-5067
after 2.00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. $50.
FOR RENT; Locale for office.
Well situated, near "El Panama
Hilton" with air condition. Call
invitations To Be
Issued By Allamira
During Next Week
Members of Club Allamira de
clared today that invitations to
their anniversary dance next
month will be in the hand-.
their guests during the course of
the coming week.
A spokesman said there is a gr;-.d
demand for invitations on bo,r.
sides of the Isthmus and guest
lists are being rechecked to avr '.i1
duplication in issuing the invita invitations.
tions. invitations. The anniversary celebration, for
which Willie Morrison and his
"Super" orchestra will turnish mu music,
sic, music, is scheduled for the Strangers
Club in Colon on Saturday. Sept
20. Meanwhile, plans progrcs
sed for the publication of the year
book and compliments tabbed t
$1 may be had through arrange
ments with anv member ot tii"
During the club's regular meet meeting
ing meeting Sunday, Mrs. Egla Gooden
Lynch, professor of English at tha
Girls Lyceum (Liceo de Senoii Senoii-las),
las), Senoii-las), will lecture on "Suggested
Ways of Improving the Commu Community".
nity". Community". In addition to the lecture ma1
ters of vital importance are also
listed on the agenda which require
the presence of all members.
At Fort Kobbe
A seven card boxing match
including four Panamanian fight fighters
ers fighters will be staged tomorrow night
in Hangar Number 4, Fort Kobbe.
The first bout is slated to get und underway
erway underway a( 8 p.m.
I The fights, sponsored by the
Special Services O'fice, will in include
clude include Panama Area Armed Forces
champions from last season Clas Classes
ses Classes range from light middleweight
A highlight of the evening will
be a "battle royal." featuring eight
blind. folded Indian fighters in the
ring at. one time. They'll swing
leather with eight ounce cloves.
SHEIK VISITS LONDON
GENEVA, Switzerland (UPI)
Sheik Ali Ben Abdullah al Thani,
ruler of the oil-rich Persian Gulf
territory of Qatar, left here by
train lor London yesterdav for an
official visit at Ihe invitation of.
Queen Elizabeth. The 64 year old!
ilcr. whose British prolecVd
sheikdom produces an cstimaWd!
50 00(1.000 barrels of oil a year, is
scheduled to meet today wi'hi
British Prime Minister Harold!
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Beside the Bella "Ista Theatre.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Snta Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson,
FOR RENT: Four bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, living and dlningroom, maid's
quarters, closed garage, laundry.
For all comodities. Call 3-1184.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished attractive chalet in Cam
po Alegre to responsible party
for September, October. Call 3 3-4911
4911 3-4911 office hours, 3-0868 after
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
tor two months. September and
October. $200. Tel. 3-1407.
FOR RENT: Furnished, two
bedroom house. No. 30, 46th
Street, reliable psrty.
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: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished large room in Bella Vista,
kitchen privileges if desired. Ave.
Mexico 69 near 43rd St. Phone
Excercisinr Machlnee, Turkish
ihe Mr-Levy way. Body Massage,
Dath. Trained operators for ladies
tnd gentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
CLASSICAL POPIILARS JAZZ
33 13 R.P.M.
37th SI. No. 6 A
.New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nile until 9:00 p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANY
RECORD YOU WISH.
Inc. air fare, transfrr, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave evev Tues. and Fri.
Tel. Panama ,1-1601
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
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, lA bed and inner inner-spring
spring inner-spring mattress, mahogany table,
chairs and chest and sundry
clothing articles. All on view at
5360 Magoon Pl,-.ce, Diablo Hts.,
from 4-9 p.m.
FOR SALE: Bedioom set. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving country. Call telephone 3-
FOR SALE: Philco refrigerator
with freezer top $85. Easy elec electric
tric electric washing machine apin dry
$30. Both good condition. Phone
FOR SALE: Double bed com complete,
plete, complete, "White" sewing machine,
dress form, end tables, book bookcase,
case, bookcase, 7 large Venetian blinds,
lamps, French limognes China,
other articles. Panama, 3-2735.
FOR SALE:!, 9 cubic ft. all
porcelain Westinghouse refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator $80.00. 0558-A Shagvei
St. Ancon. New 60 cycle unit.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, draw draper with
traverse rods, Rattan couch and
chairs (10) 2-6319.
Girl Pleads Innocent
To Charges Of Toting
Explosives For Gang
AMMAN. Jordan (UPI) -Nadia
Satli. beauti ul in a red head-scarf
but dabbing her eyes with a pa.
per handkerchief, pleaded inno innocent
cent innocent yesterday to charges of car carrying
rying carrying explosives for a bomb gang
sworn to overthrow King Hussein.
Msdij ?n is accused of respon
sibility for at least three recent
explosions in Amman. She appear appeared
ed appeared before a military court with
ci I,.- rru.i..- ctonhon 23. her
1 v.. v, -----
fiance, who allegedly planted the
bombs she carried.
On the prosecutor's desk lay her
white straw handbag, in which it
is alleged she carried the bombs
that exploded in the British Coun Council
cil Council libraries and the offices of the
Jordan development board.
The alleged "gun moll," wear wearing
ing wearing an orange nd white cotton
striped dress and white pumps,
looked frightened as a policewom.
an brought her into the courtroom.
Under martial law now in force
in Jordan, both Nadia and her fi fiance
ance fiance face possible death sentences
for conspiracy and carrying -explo.
The explosives allegedly were
smuggled aboard relief agency
planes and made into bombs in
Amman. Since April of last year,
there have been about 20 bomb
explosions in Jordan.
Of Sukarno Hear
Sentence Of Death
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) A
special Indonesian military court
sentenced a school teacher and
two students to death yesterday
for attempting to assassinate
President Sukarno in a schoolyard
grenade attack last Nov. 30.
A fourth defendant received a
20 year prison term for complicity
in the plot. All four men, w h o
were members of the "anti-Corn
munist movent." had pleaded
Approxiately 70 other persons
accused of complicity in the as assassination
sassination assassination nlnt will be tried later
President Sukarno narrowlv es
caped death in the attack but !1
persons were killed and more
than 100 others wouned when the
grenades exploded at the Tiikini
The death sentences were the
first ever pronounced by any In
rionesian court since this republic
gained its independence af'cr
World War II.
The death verdicts were return returned
ed returned against Jusuf Ismail, 24-v?ar-
old school teacher named as rir.
leader of the plot; Saadon Mo Mohammed,
hammed, Mohammed, 18 year-old student and
Tarif Hussein, 23; also a student.
Tasrim Abubakar, 22 year nlrl
typing instructor, received t h e
lighter term because he was not
present when the grenades were
Latest releases of an
mayor labels. Panama's
largest selection. 12" LP's
TROPELCO, $. A.
45th St. and Via Esparia
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
mattreu. Padded high chair.
Stroller. Stenotypp 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-tundu
tundu Cu-tundu 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.
FOR SALE: Roliflex camera,
Kodax Reflex camera wcase,
Kodak Brownie camera, camera
tripod, camera tripod (small),
camera carrying bag, set lenses
for Roliflex, camera case, box
accesories for camera, lenses for
camera, light meter (camera),
Roliflex camera case, camera car carrying
rying carrying bag, developing tank (port (portable),
able), (portable), airequipt junior, photo
printer, pair binoculars, photo
coloring set, slide projector, mag magnifying
nifying magnifying glass, Sander-polisher
(drill type), fishing rods, fishing
reel, crossman "22" air pistol
electric clock, universal portable
typewriter, Sunbeam toaster,
flash light, box tools, combina combination
tion combination radio and record player,
studio couch, dresser, refrigerator
60 cycle, breakfront desk.
All items will be displayed at the
housing manager's building, Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, Canal Zone, on Saturday
morning, August 16, 1958 from
nine 19:00) a.m. until noon.
Written bids on the above, all
property of the estate of Alfred
L. Castine, deceased, will be ac accepted
cepted accepted through August 21, 1958.
The right is reserved' to reject
any and all bids. W. J. Sheridan,
Jr.. P.O. Box No. 98, Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Brevitype machine
and full course from Brevitype
Institute, California. Excellent
concT.'ion. Call Cristobal 3-2948,
FOR SALE: Tennis Rackets
Restrung. Top Grace English Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Balls. ABERNATHY S. A.
FOR SALE: Display Case Refri Refrigerator,
gerator, Refrigerator, almost new, 6 cubic ft,
60 cy Deep Freexe cabinet, 6
holes, 60 cy, almost new Meat
Slicer, electric, 60 cy Scale,
weighing. Computer, Counter
type. Cash Register, National,
electrically operated, model
2642, 60 cy Fan, Suction, large,
exhaust, welectric motor, 60 cy
The above items are in A-l con condition
dition condition and are for sale by The
CONSUMERS COOP, situated at
No. 1062 (next to Haiti School)
Housing, Banking Authorities Agree Agree-Time
Time Agree-Time Is Perfect To Buy That House
WASHINGTON (UPI) Buy
now, the experts say, if you're
thinking about getting a house.
wTo a man, banking and housing
authorities here agree that inter interest
est interest rates and new home prices
have touched bottom for the fore foreseeable
seeable foreseeable future. Mortgage money,
meanwhile, continues in abundant
How long before borrowing costs
start turning up is one on which
the experts hesitate to speculate.
They agree, however, that with
mortgage interest rates tradition traditionally
ally traditionally more sluggish than others,
no noticeable upturn is likely be before
fore before autumn.
But they also agree that the re.
cent easing of rates and the avail availability
ability availability of loan money has ended.
"Families today are getting a
better buy in the housing market
than they were just a year ago,"
W. Franklin Morrison, president
of Ihe National Leaeue of Insured
Savings Assn., told United Press
International. "But how long this
will continue is a matter of ser.
Pries ar Lower
Morrison noted that half of this
year's output of new houses is
selling for $14,300. comDared to a
J Medians prices of $15,000 in 1957.
"The builders have heen hnn.
gry. They've been going all out" j
was me way one building industry
source explained it. "but with ma.
icnai prices and wages rising
they're going to change their
Most opinion that the 1958 drop
in interest rates has ended was
based on the recent dive in prices
in Ihe government securities mar market.
ket. market. Another indication comes
from the Federal Housing Admin Administration
istration Administration which reported in in increase
crease increase of one tenth of g point fnom
July 1 to Aug. 1 in prices paid for
FHA-insured mortaees raded in
the secondary market. That gain'
compared with an average rise of
three.lhenths of a point per month
in Ihe first six months of the year, j
The maximum FHA rale of 4ii
per cent is stifl competitive and
will be for a while, FHA boss Nor.
man P. Mason told UPI. "But the
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fully equipped 12 12-foot
foot 12-foot boat, motor, 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 good farm
in Potrerillos, Province of Chiri Chiri-qui,
qui, Chiri-qui, at 2,800 feet above sea level,
21 miles of highway from David:
90 hectareas (225 acres) of pas pasture
ture pasture in first class condition; 28
hectareas (70 acres) of sugar
cane: sugar mill and 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. One and one half mile
water ditch; and also, two thou thousand
sand thousand feet of galvanixed water
pipe line. Nice home, well fur furpished,
pished, furpished, with electric stove and
also wood range, water heater;
quarters for l.iborers; twelve
oxen; four ox-carts; three horses;
electric light and power from Em Em-presas
presas Em-presas Electricas de Chiriqui; two
miles private telephone line to
town of POTRERILLOS, connect connecting
ing connecting with all cities in the country.
For further information and price,
phone Balboa 2-2104, Balboa
2-4128, Balboa 2-2461.
FOR SALE: Outstanding Real
Estate Value. Ideal for private
community or personal estate.
Consists of 60.000 Square met meters,
ers, meters, mostly high ground within
greater Panama City limits. With:
Modern residential chalet on
choice lot with magnificient view.
South view all the City and Ta Ta-boga.
boga. Ta-boga. East the bay of Panama and
Ruins of Old Panama. West the
Canal Zone hills and to the North
beautiful hillv graxing land. This
is a three bedroom, two bvroom
house with a large kitchen, living
and dining room, office, laundry
space, two car garage, separate
maid's quarters with independent
bathroom and gardener's room.
Small wading pool for the kidt
and 4000 square meters of fenc fenced
ed fenced in ground. Private roadway.
High voltage (City) electric ins ins-tallation
tallation ins-tallation covering most of the
total usable land. Complete water
system (City) for the house, of
sufficient sixe for further inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive distribution. Other ex extras.
tras. extras. For personal interview call
Panama 3-7493 Office hours,
and Saturday till noon.
PHILCO CUTS PRICES
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Philco
Corp. announced price cuts on
home laundry equipment running
to more than 25 per cet on some
of its 1959 models.
signs are that interest rates are
stiffening on long-term (mortgage.
money, he added.
j On conventional mortages, the
i FHA reports, interest rates fell
i from a national average of 6 per
cent to 5.6 per cent in the first
half of Ihe year. This means a sav saving
ing saving in monthly payments of about
our dollars on a $15,000, 25year
The experts agree that mort mortgage
gage mortgage money is still plentiful for
qualified borrowers. The National
I Association of Real Estate Boards
jfound an "ample" supply ot funds
I for convention financing in 80 per
cent of the nation.
As Radiation Shield
BURLINGTON, Vt.' (UPI) A
Yugoslav physiologist today pro proposed
posed proposed refrigeration as a protection
for space travelers against cosmic
The scientist, Prof. Jevto M.
Radulovic, said research has
shown that hypothermy the cool cooling
ing cooling of living things to tempera temperatures
tures temperatures far below normal pro provides
vides provides protection against many of
the hazards of space flight.
These hazards include the re.
gions of intense radiation now
known to exist between the earth
and the far reaches of space
Radulovic gave his ideas in a
paper prepared for the First In International
ternational International Congress of Radiation
Research this week at the Univer.
sity of Vermont.
"We may presume with certain
ty." his oaoer said, "that in this
era of interplanetary flights, hy hypothermy
pothermy hypothermy will lay a protective
role against harmful cosmic radi
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Dorese Waitei 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.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Interested
in purchasing 1958 Opel Rekord
with approximately three to four
months usage. Willing to pay
your original cost price. Call
Expreso Internacional 2-2643 or
2-0055. After 7 p.m. call 3 3-C321
C321 3-C321 Panamav
WANTED: Convenor 25 to 60
cycles, good condition. Navy
YOST: Budgie bird, Aqua, yel yellow
low yellow head, Los Rios, reward. Call
FOR SALE: Dachshund pup,
thorougbred, six weeks old, fe female.
male. female. Call Curundu 4127
from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
CFN To Broadcast
The Caribbean Forces Network
will broadcast the AU.Star football
game tomorrow niglft, provided
the United Nationsl General As Assembly
sembly Assembly meeting has concluded for
If the deliberations are over, the
Armed forces Radio Service trans
mitters will carry short wave the
Detroit Lions College all Star
game, staring at 8:30 o'clock.
Panama To Be Invited To Attend
Exchange Conference In Puerto Rico
Panama appears on the list of
countries to be invited to attend
a conference on Inter-Amcrican Ex
change of Persons to be held in
San Juan, Puerto Rico Oct. 1418.
1958, co-sponsbred by the Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican Union and the Institute
of International Education, with
the cooperation of the Department
of State of the Commonwealth oi
Approximately 200 persons from
all Latin American countries will
be invited to the conference bise l
on the theme: "Change Through
Interchange Developing Our Hu Human
man Human and Natural Resources
Through Inter-Amcrican Ex Exchange."
change." Exchange." The scope of the conference is
but includes all tyoes of exchange
activities of the HE and the PAU
but includes all tyoes of exhange
both government and private, and
emphasis will be given to the value
of arranging educational exchange
programs as a basic element of
corporate policy, in order to create
WANTED: Secretary with good
knowledge of English. Inquire in
person at Upjohn Overseas Cor
poration, Colon Fro Zone. Only
experienced person need apply.
WANTED. Credit manager bi bilingual
lingual bilingual with experience, excel
lent oportunities for right party.
Write details, tend proto graph to
Box 5044 Panama R. of Panama.
3 -minute eat wash $1. steam
clean inn of motor $5. waxing f
cars J6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Is
mian Highway neat Sean.
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get service the same) day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trainee) techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencias. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Sarvi'a,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 17 7.
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
epairs. Call William & Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5113.
Bank Of England
Cuts Bank Rale
In Expected Move
LONDON, Aug. 14 (UPI)- T.
Bank of England cut the bank ratt
one-half per cent today bringinJ
it down to 4 1-2 per cent, the Io
est level since tebruary 1956.
The reduction was a move m
the iBank of England to bring mil
bank rate nearer to short tern
Since last week the treasury Jjil
rate has been l 1-8 per cent towl
than the bank rate, and was thuj
restored to the position inmediate-
ly before the Iraai crisis. It then!
became almost a certainty thatl
bank rate would be reouced toaay.i
so that the actual cut has cornel
as no great surprise to stock mar markets.
kets. markets. ,'
a more favorable atmosphere for
private enterprise and to develop
Proposed topics for symposium
discussions are: Increasing the
flow of North Americans to Latin
America; Strenghtenine and ex
panding programs bringing Lalin
Americans to North America,
Strengthening and expanding multi-lateral
exchanges among Latin
American countires; The role ot
business and industry in Infer-A-merican
exchanges in science and techno technology;
logy; technology; and Stimulating exchanges
in me arts and professions.
The keynote address of the
opening session "Inter-Americf
Interdependence and Interchange
will be delivered by Dr. Jose A
Mora, secretar y general of the
ganization of American Mates
the closing address, on thef
ject of "The Future of Inter
rican Exchange", by Geor'
Allen, director of the United
Information Agency. f
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$ 4.00 Monthly
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ROCKET SLIP No outer space craft in the wrong orbit,
this "Jet Rocket" is actually the diesel locoVnotive of a Rock
Island Railroad train. It wound up in this embarrassing posi position
tion position after accidentally sliding off a turntable in Chicago, 111.,
while being turned around.
Marse it a very craativa person aha alwaya sprinkle
nuts on top ot nr raaj-mi wfvw.
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Today's JY Program
CFN NEWS 8 00
Dinah Shore 9 00
Camel on Washington 9 30
Report From Rutgers 10:00
Golf Show 11:00
Circus Time Rpt. 14 Sept. 57
Fight of the Week
Pat Boon and Tennessee
7:30 HI Low Rpt 4 Oct 57
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flead story on page
AIBEKl A. MITTAG, chair chairman
man chairman of the Canal Zone Board
of Registration for AichitecU
"I imo-inpers. will attend
thP annual convention of the
Boaid Eneinrrr Examine
fcr held hi Milwaukee.
The V.'is-The consul, Aup. il.
. u-.e Sa;e
Boards lor 48 ft
with the Boarc-;
Puerto Rico. Hawaii aim t.-
District of Columbia. To dale,
these Boards nave licensed
approximately 275.000 engi engineers.
neers. engineers. Little League
Girls 10 Boys 7
Ten Kirls and seven boys were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the. week ending at midnuhl Aug.
4 according t.i I he hospital re reports.
ports. reports. Dining thai period. 1 Sr. pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 172 were
The names and addresses ol the
parents nl the girl babies follow
Dr and Mrs. R. C. Hall ol Bal.
boa- Dr and Mrs. C. W. 'lard.
wick o' Ancoir Lt. and Mrs. W
H Franklin Jr of Marfan; Mr.
and Mrs. .Julian Hoylr ot Panama
i. i a,i Ur 1) A Rowes
of Locona; Mi
nd Mrs. T Weeks
of Panama; Pfc and Mrs. F. L.
Titus, Jr. of Panama: Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Boyce of Panama;
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Apollo of Pa Panama
nama Panama City; and Sic and Mis, L.
E. Rohr of Ft. Kobhe.
Boys were horn to the follow following:
ing: following: Sgt. and Mrs. Jesus J. Gar
cia nf Ft. Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs
J. H. Francis of Paraiso; A2c
and Mrs. B. A. Danihelka of Lo-
cona; Mr. and Mrs. Allie Marti-
rP7 of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. B.
h. (.rant of Panama: .Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Francis of Gamhna: n-i Set.
and Mrs. Dexter Hall of Ft. Koh
A lot of juvenile delinquency
could be curbed if parents would
only start at the bo; I ?m.
6:58 8:58 p.m
IH ROSS MARTIN RAYMOND BAILEY
m and introducing
CLAIRE KELLY CINEMASCOPE
I Deep sea duel I Wntten by
I eating GENE LEVITT
ljJ Filmed Underwater Productions
mtB W Directed by Proriurt by
ANDREW MART0N IVAN TORS
They Concede If s Constructive, But .
Arabs, Communists Band Together
To Block Ike's Middle East Plan
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Aug. 14 (UPI) The Arab and Communist worlds united today to try to block Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's Middle East peace program until U.S and British troops are withdrawn from Lebanon and
The Arabs and Communists reluctantly conceded Eisenhower outlined a constructive program to end the
threat of war by having the Arab nations set up their own economic development program, but the emphasis for
the time being was on Soviet charges of "aggression" against the U.S. and Britain.
British foreign secretary Selwyn Lloyd was going before the emergency session later today to outline Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's Middle East position. Authoritatives sources said he would place his country squarely behind the Eisenhower
The plan won widespread ar
Drova! in Western Europe, n
Washington and in Latin America
If split Ihe Afro-Asian bloc on
which the Soviet Union had Hep
ended tor support o' its owi
troop withdrawal resolution and
it drew a cool reception from
the Arabs and the Communis
Even Western delegates lo ihe
United Nations doubted thtre
could be any aclion on the Eisen
hnwnr six nnini oian until a'.t-er
Hip problem of American and Bn!
ish troops in the Middle East
could be solved.
In Beirut today Lebanon's prem premier
ier premier Sami Solh said that he wel
coined Eisenhower's nroposals or
the Middli East as "an excellent
and constructive project."
He said bs h proposals
were drafted "with the spirit cf
a person well acquainted with
the situation as if he was liv living
ing living in the MirHU Eas himself."
But Solh pointed out to all worV
leaders that they "should not talk
about evacuation of American
troops from Lebanon before inier
national troops replace them."
Solh sai'' tha' Tvsrnhower's pro-
-visa I for the creation, of an ini-
national nolice force to stand by
m case m uuume anywi.rie ..
I'xactlv wha' I
-.J f t ..
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours endine 8 a.m. today is
prcnarerl bv the Meteorological
nn Hynrosrapnic nrancn oi me
Panama Canal Company:
(max. mph) NW-12
RAfN dnhes . .29
(inner harbors) 82
FRIDAY, AUG. 15
3:29 a.m. 9:52 a.m.
3:4fi p.m 10:13 pm.
I THFMFVPP.fiFFnPP.TOnc.TnPV 1
OF THE DAREDEVILS OF THE DEEP!!
UAH UAILtY JAMES GREGORY I
1 al Dag Hammarskjold when lie
The premier said that he then
had suggested "a modest figure
of 5000 troor" whereas Ham Hammarskjold
marskjold Hammarskjold said that the i'ue-
tion required 13,000 troops.
The Eevntian press dismissed
Eisenhower's plan today as point-, live proposals he came up with a
less because it "disregarded" the j deceptive defense o" aggression."
queslion ol withdrawing American i Al Shaab added that the speech
and British troops from Lebanon! was "full of mv-iories, contradic contradic-anri
anri contradic-anri Jordan. tions and scheme."
The newsDaoer Al Ahram said
his speech was "full of excuses"
for the lauding of American troops
in T.rhanon" nd that it ould
have been better if Eisenhower
had avnidod the mistake of def
ending his country's "open act of
The newspa Al Akhbjr said
the Eisenhrwc ilan "disregarded
completely the question ot ,ii"
accression" commuted by the
Anglo American landings ami said
Watch For Becky
May Halt If Course
Aug. 14 (UPI).-
ll rt nralfh
,in Tolands will be'
na tnrlav if tropical j
storm Becky witn winos ui
mph remains on its west-northwest
course, the weather bu bureau
reau bureau announced last night.
rr-u .inrm tijas fpntered near
. ... j t en
latitude 21 7 nortn longitude
P.3.(l west at 11 p.m. or auuuv,
oon miles norineasi ui
Juan Puerto Rico. The Weather
Buerau said Becky was moving
about 20 miles an hour and
probably would not pass closer
to Puerto Rico or the Virgin Is Islands
lands Islands than it was at that time
unless it changed course.
Forecasters said a slight in increase
crease increase in intensity and size was
expected during the night with
movement continuing towards
the west-northwest at the same
soero They added, however,
that there was no 'guarantee
it would not change course.
Ships in the path were urged
to exercise caution, small craft
in the area of the Virgin Is Islands,
lands, Islands, Puerto Rico, the north
coast of HisDaniola and the ex extreme
treme extreme southeastern Bahamas
iu'prp warned to remain in port.
Gale winds extended out 175
'miles in the northern semicir semicircle
cle semicircle and 50 miles to the south.
"no plan can be accepted coming
from someone accused of aggres aggression
sion aggression as long as he has not wash washed
ed washed his hands of all traces of tnat
Al Shaab called Ihe speech (lis (lis-anpointing
anpointing (lis-anpointing because "although the
i whole world wailed for construe
Meanwhile HammarsKOid s
peace-making role was assum assuming
ing assuming increasing importance and
there was belief the entire prob
lem might eventually be tu"n-
ed over to him
- the task of
helping set up
development organization and
the task of forming a U. N.
peace force for the Middle East.
The Western European nations
today tisr-nhower s oKan as an
attempt to pur oil on the
troubled waters of the .Middle
Of'icial British sources said
the plan had the whole.hearted
backing of the government. They
said foreign secretary Selw.yn
Lloyd would express British ap
proval when he talks to the Gen--Theieral
Assembly later today.
Rico The plan won praise from
French political sources as an lion
est attempt to solve the problems
Ul me mmuie i.hm. oui uim:i;i
spokesmen refrained from innie innie-diate
diate innie-diate comment.
Newspapers throughout Europe
editorially praised the president,
almost without qualification. But
many expressed doubt that the
plan could be changed from
words to deeds.
The Socialist London Herald
said "with his summit solo at the
United Nations, President Eiscn-
nuwer puis a new ana ue .er
-ace o western policy in the
S e tabloid London Sketch said
Mrs. Ruth Jenkins
Dies In Gorgas
After Long Illness
Mrs Ruth M. Jenkins, wife of i possibilities of Panama and pro pro-Ivan
Ivan pro-Ivan L. Jenkins, of Balboa, died moled relationships between ua-
;at 10:o5 a.m. yesterday at Gor
;,as Hospital following a long
ii.ess. She was 42 years old.
A native of Rittnian, Ohio,
Mrs. Jenkins has been a resi-
: ripnt. of the Isthmus since 1942
when she joined her .husband
who was at Lhat time employ-
cd with the Commissary Divi-
Sion. Since lHSo ne nas oeeu iiaiiiaiuan mousury, inueresi inai
employed as a towing locomo- has won him flic goodwill of all
tive operator on the Pacific 'of those who have had the oppor oppor-Locks
Locks oppor-Locks and they have made their j tunity of becoming acquainted with
home in Balboa. him. who has constantly rievoied
In addition to her husband, -his stamina and knowledge to the
she Is survived by two daugh
ters, Mrs. Nancy Wright, of
Mobile, Ala.; Miss Donna Jen-1
kins, a student in Los Angeles; 1
and a son David, of Balboa.
Funeral services will be held
at 10 o'clock Monday morning j
at the Corozatl Chapel. The
services will be cdnducted by
the Rev. W. H. Beebe, pastor of
the First Baptist Church at
Interment will follow at Co-
Scores Air Victory
Downing Two Migs
TAIPEI, Aug. 14 (UPI) The
Chinese Nationalists, scoring
their first air victory in more
than two years, shot down at
least two and probably three
Russian-made Migs over the;
Formosa Strait today, it was
A Nationalist jet did not re return
turn return from the dogfight I'o miles
south of the Matsu Islands, of officially
ficially officially because it was crippled
by "engine failure." Search
craft found no trace of the
An Air Force spokesman said
crewmen of a U.S. Destroyer es escort
cort escort saw "at least two'' Red
jets crash in flames. A third
Mig was missing from Its
, flight formation" when It re re-!
! re-! turned to the Red-held main mainland,
land, mainland, the spokesman said.
en U.S.-made Sabrejets in the
third air battle reported so far
In Nationalist Chiang's "vest
pocket war." The Communists
shot down two Nationalist
planes in one earlier encount encounter,
er, encounter, P.nd the Red radio said to
day they damaged two more In
a cla-ih yesterday.
that "it was more than a speech
it was a declaration of fai'h.
Ike emerges as the champion of
Point 4 Industry
Advisor To RP
Goes To New Post
RAYMOND H. LUKE
After four years service in Pa Panama
nama Panama as clnet of the Industry
Division and advisor to the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Development Center of IKK,
Raymond H. Luke has been
transferred by Point Four Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters in Washington to a newl
position in Guatemala.
Before departing to Guatemala,
. ,,, :., co,i ...a,c
; n,a New York He is
i in the S.S. Ancon ol the Panama
Canal Co. His wife, Mr. Luke
and his daughter, Dorothy, will
During his residence in Pana Panama
ma Panama Luke carried out 'many impor important
tant important projects for the economic
and industrial development of the
country, published abroad infor information
mation information relative lo the industrial
uunai uusinc.s.suieii aim iureign or organizations
ganizations organizations interested in the op opportunities
portunities opportunities thi t Panama offers for
the investmc.it of capital.
Many organizations and indivi-
, auais nave given lareweii parties
j in recognition of his interest and
labor in the improvement of Pa-!
:task entrusted to him.
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12:10 2:13 5:18 8:23 p.m.
THE SPECTACULAR DRAMA
OF LOVE AND CONFLICT IN
THE 6REAT TRADITION OF
CIVIL WAR ROMANCE
M-G-M filmed it in
the lbulous new MGM CAMERA 65 65-'
' 65-' The Window of Ihe World "'
EVA MARIE SAINT m
BREWERY TOUR Personnel of the Fort Amador NCO Club, lead by club secretary Mfl'o4-w
Pinkston (in speckled shirt beside National Brewery general manager Alfredo Alemanlafe
photographed during a "Know Your Brewery" tour conducted by brewmaster OJe Humle vester vester-day.
day. vester-day. Far right is Arturo Illueca, public relations manager of the brewery yester-
Stormy-mood House Votes Overwhelmingly
To Cite Gold fine For Contempt Of Congress
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14 (UPI)
The House, alter a lop-sided but
stormy debate, voted overwhelm,
ingly yesterday to cile Boston mil
lionaire Bernard Goldfine for con
tempt o. Congress.
The Justice Department prompt
ly pledged action on the case as
soon as possible.
Goldfine, whose gift studded
friendship with presidential as assistant
sistant assistant Sherman Adams has
highlighted an influence investiga
tion, was cited for refusal to
answer 22 questions about his
complex financial affairs.
The House ruled him in con.
tempt by a vote o' 369 to 8 with
lour members voting present.
The roll call vole was preceded
by an hour of wrangling which
never showed more than a sprink sprinkling
ling sprinkling of sentiment for Goldfine.
Within several hours after the
House acted, a Justice depart department
ment department spokesman said that "close
study" would be given to the ci citation,
tation, citation, which was sent to the de.
partment for presentation to a
If tried and convicted, Goldfine
would iace a maximum sentence
of one year in prison and a $1000
Qne of Goldfine's attorneys,
Samuel P. Sears, said, 'We will
fight this, of course," when in informed
formed informed of the congressional vote.
He said the House members
"had to back their committee."
The House's long.expected ac action
tion action followed an hour o" debate,
often heated, in which Adams
Of 100,000 Troops
TOKYO, Aug. 14 (UPI)-The
Korean Central News Agency
said Communist China today
completed the withdrawal of
100,000 "volunteer" troops from
The withdrawal was limed to
end on the evening of North
Korea's 13th anniversary cele celebrations
brations celebrations of its "liberation" by
Soviets armies on Aug. 15, 1945.
It was the second phase of
an announced Red pullout in involving
volving involving 100,000 troops, in the
first phase, which began last
March, 80,000 Chinese troops
withdrew north of the Yalu.
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never was named but was re referred
ferred referred to frequently by implica
I Rep. Thomas B. Curtis (R.
Mo.) made an almost single single-j
j single-j handed stand against the citation
! although a number of other Re.
j publicans asked pointedly whether
i the influence investigators had
S "anything personal" against Gold Gold-i
i Gold-i fine.
j Chairman Oren Harris (D.Ark.)
; flatly denied this for himselt and
I other members of his legislative
j oversight, subcommittee, which
:had initiated the citation.
"I myself leaned over back backwards,"
wards," backwards," Harris $aid. "We did
everything we could, gave him
(Goldfine) every opportunity we
could to answer questions with
advice of counsel and he had
a lot of it".
Goldfine, in refusing, fo answer
the 22 questions, had insiste dthe
queries were not relevant to the
subcommittee's investigation of
whether he got favored treatment
from Federal regulatory agencies
because of his friendship with
Waving aloft a copy of his sub sub-corn
corn sub-corn mff tea's renort on the eon eon-tembt
tembt eon-tembt ac'ion, Harris shouted:
"Th qu'ion before ms today
is: Is the Congress to let an in
1:00, 2:40, 4:45, 6:50, 9:10 p.m.
(pronounced Froi-line... I1HbP I
jM. il means girl good or bad ) lillB
DANA MEL DOLORES
WYNTER- FERRER- MICHAELS
WALTER REISCH mm HENRY KOSTER m, tfO TOWNSfND
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dividual, who was obviously get
ting away with illegal acts, tell
the Congress of the United.
States, 'I am aoina to aiv
what I want you to have and
mat s aiir
Rep. Charles A. Wolverton M
n.j.), senior uop member of t,h
subcommittee, said failn PA in rit
Goldfine would "weaken the conj
naence of oar people" in theil
Rep. Joseph P. O'Hara (R-I11,)4
another member, said "mm. nl
the things that happened were unj
lonusaie. bu ne insisted that
all but DOSsiblv one nr tun nf ih
questions "were completely rele-l
All eight votes against the citaj
uun were casi oy KepuDlieans.
They were Curtis and Reps. WiW
Ham H. Ayres (Ohio), Perkinsl
Bass (N.H.), Peter Frelinghuysenl
Jr. (N.J.), Charles M. Teaguel
(cau .), uiester e. Merrow (N.
H.), Stuyvesant Wainwright (NJ
i.) ana wimam R. Williams (1
xnree Republicans and on
Democrat voted nresent Thn';
were GOP Reps. Laurence CurtisS
(Mass.), Carroll D. Kearns (Pa.),
Albert r, Morano (Conn.) and thai
Dpmocrat, Rep. Philip J. Philbin
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