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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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i UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Aug. 16 (UPI) Indications mounted today that back back-Hag
Hag back-Hag negotiation tiave pulled tha teeth ou t of President Eisenhower's program for a
Middle East settlement.
Informed sources said the resolution which Norwegian deputy foreign minister
Hans Engen is expected to submit to the e mergency General Assembly session next
week will eliminate Eisenhower's proposal s for a U.N. peace force and for an effort
to curb inflammatory propaganda, in the Middle East.
Both these provisions had been opposed by the Arabs. It was reported that they
might be reintroduced when the General Assembly begins its regular session on
Sept. 16.

Moons

hooters

Informed diplomats said the
principal positive proposal in the
resolution being prepared by En Engen
gen Engen would be a directive "to Secretary-general
Dag Hammerk Hammerk-jold
jold Hammerk-jold to make arrangements forth forthwith
with forthwith for the United Nations to
safeguard peace in the Middle
East.
This would effectively empow.

er Ha mmarsk jold to visit the
area ami seek means ef pre.
viding a substitute for Anglo-A-m
trie an troops specifically In
Jordan, whose threatened gov government
ernment government has rejected the idea
ef protection by the proposed
peace force.
ngen was reported to have
lined up six or seven nations as
co-sponsors of his resolution.
Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, serv served
ed served notice that it wanted no part
of President Eisenhower's sweep,
ing Middle East development plan
if it involved giving up soms o.
King Saud's oil revenues.
Saudi Arabian delegate Ahmad
Shukairy, in a fiery speech to
the Assembly, said: "Arab oil is
our own. ,it floes not admit ot
any discussion before any inter,
national forum."
Shukairv's country was reported
rapidly improving its one strain
ed relations with President Ga
mal Abdel Nasser's United Aran
Republic.

the Wast that

taca in Mm
ley pram

III North Af-ica,

tm the Arabia

psnmsul and "American Zion Zionism"
ism" Zionism" left Palestine.

Meanwhile, Japan's smiling,

white-thatched foreign minister,
Aiichiro Fujiyama, who arrivetf on
Thursday after a hurried trio

from Tokyo, appeared to In In-emerging
emerging In-emerging as a dominant Asian
voice seeking compromise betveeu
the West end the Soviet AraB
block on the thorny question o o-how
how o-how to get allied troops out ot
the Middle East and save fact
all around.
As a diplomatic trouble.shootef
Fujiyama with vthe backing a!
the United States, veas upstaging
the usually active peace.making
efforst of India, whose ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador Arthur S. Lall has been quiet
,
Coco Solo Hospital
Gels New Chief
Of Medical Service

during the first three days of the
present session.
Fujiyama pursued his peace peacemaking
making peacemaking role both in the assem assembly
bly assembly and in private talks with sec secretary
retary secretary of state John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles and foreign ministers Andn i
Greomyko of Russia and Mah
moud Fawzi of the U.A.R.

Fujiyama told the delegates of

the assembly in a ten mirute

address that the "extended sta

tioning oi American and Bri'isi

forces in these countries (ueoa-

non and Jordan) may invite un undesirable
desirable undesirable consequences" and add

ed that "one false step by a

world leader may .irng manKiu

to total annihilation."

The Japanese oiucial said lie

still believed that his country s

Security Council proposal last

month ottered tne Dasis it

broadened to cover Jordan as

well as Lebanon lor a peaceful

withdrawal of the allied forces in

the Middle East. :

The Japanese proposal, vetoed

at the time by Russia, instruct,
ed Hammarskjold to take imme.

diate steps to create conditions
in Lebanon- which would permit

the Americans to withdraw tneir
troops.

Ha. wanred

led out ..:

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cull

the Bri

Tha American backed Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian resolution broadens this
to cover Jordan and authoriz authorizes
es authorizes Hammarskjold to taka such
measures "as he may consider
necessary in tha light of pres pres-rit
rit pres-rit circumstances" to ensure
the independence and territorial
inteorltv of Lebanon and Jor

dan so allied forces can leave
those countries.
The United States was said to
be anxious to get the resolution
into the hopper to forestall the
"mergence ef any further pro.
posals by other nations.
While the name of the United
States did not appear on the res.
olution, it was an open secret
that Dulles and his adies were
lobbying strenuously for it.
Ike oTCFN
At 5 p'clock this afternoon CFN
will present a radio and TV sim simulcast
ulcast simulcast of President Eisenhower's
speech before the United Nations
Wednesday. It was in this speech
that Eisenhower presented his
peace plan for the Middle East.

Five Firms

Bid Closely
On PRR Jobs

The Isthmian Constructors Inc.
and the firm of Calvino and Ro Ro-quer
quer Ro-quer entered apparent low bids oo
the construction of new terminals
for the Panama Railroad on the

Pacific side of the Isthmus.
The bids were opened yester yesterday
day yesterday aiternoon in the board room
ot the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights by Lt. Col. Rob Rob-rt
rt Rob-rt D. Brown, Jr., Engineering
and Construction Director.

Close bidding featured tha bid
opening in which five contract contracting
ing contracting firms entered offers for tha
construction ef tha passenger
station, and four for the freight
house and freight yard.
Calvino and Roquer made a
low base offer of $55,459 on the
construction of the passenger sta station
tion station alone.

Ready

New Violence In Beirut,
Five Killed, 12 Wounded

Dr. Oren C. Irion, who arrived

BEIRUT. Lebanon. Aug. 16 I there has been virtually no trou

Nw violence erupted in the Le- ble between the army and the

banese capital yesterday n bomb- j rebels,
ing and shooting incidents that
killed at leaat five persons and Yestrday shootings occurred on on-wounded
wounded on-wounded 12. ly.a few hundred yards front the

A bomb explosion in a grocery neach where the tirst U.S. Ma

THE NAVY'S CHAPLAIN, Cmdr.
John E. Hollingsworth, district
chaDlain of the 15th Naval Dis

trict for the last 26 months, left
by plane yesterday to take a new
post at the Navy's Air Technical

Training Center at Norman, uk uk-la.
la. uk-la. The Birmingham-born church

man will be senior chaplain of

the Norman base, Which is the

near the headquarters of the right
Wing Greater Syrian Party (PPS)
took at last three lives. Twelve

persons were injured, three of

rines landed July 15. The battal battalion
ion battalion that made the first landing
the 2nd: battalion of the 2nd Ma Marine
rine Marine Regiment finished embark-

ihem seriously, in the blast, which ing Thursday midnight in the first

also wrecked a bakery next door withdrawal of American troops
and smashed windows and shut-'since the landings,
ters of stores in the same building A military spokesman said the
as the PPS headquarters. men and their equipment were
Ashortly before noon, two men aboard ships anchored in Beirut
were shot to death and their : harbor. Be was unable to say
cars set afire on the superhigh-1 when they would sail,
way that leads from the city to I Tne rebels claimed that Foreign
Beirut International Airport. Minister Charles Malik, after con con-Officials
Officials con-Officials said the killings were I12 ,witn president-elect Che Che-the
the Che-the result of a "feud over building I hab- had promised not to present
a house." Other informed sources new proposals to the United

test Malik's right to represent

charged the men were killed by
the PPS, which supports President
Camille Chainoun.
These sources said the murders

5f W.v' .u, ,wu ",." nrnfohlv in retaliation for

on the isthmus recently irom ate : i ui u; I
Veterans General Hospital in! weeks rebl bombing o. a

SSi3& kr Hotal & and supporter of Cahm"oun. .Lebanon in the U.N

Chief of the medical service. Bombino In Grocery

The bomb blast in the grocery
occurred early yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The store had been closed
since the Lebanese revolt started
three months ago.

Expectant Mother

Injured In Crash;
Baby Girl Dies
An expectant mother, who was
injured in the Canal Zone yester
day, while en route during to the
hospital m a station wagon save

birth to a girl an hour later but
the child died within 45 minutejs.
The woman, Maria Bedoya Pa Pa-checo,
checo, Pa-checo, is suffering from tubercu.
losis. She had been a patient in
Nicolas Solano Hospital, Chorrera,
and was being taken to Santo To
mas hospital in labor in a station
wagon driven by Francisco Vare.
la. 47, of Chorrera.
Varela ran through a red light
in his haste at the junction of Bal.
boa Road and Roosevelt Avenur
and crashed head-on into a car
driven by American Lawrence E.
Nance of Panama City.
The mother was thrown for
ward receiving a cut and a pos possible
sible possible fractured nose. She was tak taken
en taken to Gorgas Hospital by Police
car for first aid and then trans

owuld hot go to New York to con I red to Santo Tomas vhre she

Whitman.

nreDaratorv center for the Navy's

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iswimian onsuruciurs onerea future aviation technicians. His

$173,353 as a base bid on the con- successor is Navy
struction of the freight house and (Cmdr.) James A.

freight yard. (Navy Photo)

This company also made a low
bid of $228,310 on the cdnstruction
of the passenger station, freight
house and freight yard complete.
Other base bids on the passen passenger
ger passenger station ranged from $55,626 to
$81,346; on the freight house from
$187,719 to $205,71$, and on the

terminals and freight, yard com

piete from $249,950 to

Army Working

On330-Home
Housing Plan
With early Congressional appiov
al of the Panama Capehart tious
ing Project expected, action be

gan this week to get the pro.icci
underway here with the least pes
sible delay.

Passage of the measure in its i

present form would mean cons
truction of 330 new lamily units in
this command.
The Army is asking for bids

from local contractors for the dc.
molition of those existing build,
ings which must come down in
ofder to make room for the Cape Cape-hart
hart Cape-hart Project contemplated here.
Fifty -three buildings used for
family quarters and bachelor
quarters and 26-quarters build buildings
ings buildings are involved. These struc structures
tures structures art situated at Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Fort Amador, Quarry
Heights, Corozal and Curundu.
No presently occupied quarters
will be disturbed until word is re.

ceived that the Capehart Projeci anA ohrtiin a criirle television nirtur nf itc trnnllu ki.

I til r - "n;

230,000-Mile
Air Force Effort

Tomorrow, Maybe
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Aug. 16 (UPI) An im immensely
mensely immensely tall rocket with a knobby contrivance on top
stood gaunt in an Air Force tower on Cape Canaveral to today.
day. today. It apparently was ready for a widely-anticipated
"shoot for the moon" tomorrow.
The Air Force and Defense Department still would
not confirm that the big test, marking man's first uncer uncertain
tain uncertain leap to bridge the chasm between the planets, was
imminent.
The maximum goal of the test is to orbit an instru

mented satellite of under 100 pounds around the moon

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start. Bids now beins reaueslertiflen dark Side.

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Nations General Assembly now

debating Middle East problems.
Rebel representativ Nassim Maj Maj-dalani
dalani Maj-dalani said that in view of the
promise he and othr lead ers

A diobmate of the. American

Board of Internal Medicine, Irion
is a former Canal employe, having
served at Gorgas Hospital as me medical
dical medical officer from 1949 to 1951.
He was born in Enid, Okla., and
atudied medicine at both Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth Medical School and the
University of Colorado Medical
School ia Boulder, Colorado, ife
took his internship in Corwin Hos.
pital in PueHo, Colo., and served
two years in the U. S. Navy.
' He completed his residency at

Harbor General Hospital in Tor.
ranee, Calif, and passed his A'J A'J-rfcah
rfcah A'J-rfcah 'Board of Internal Medicine
examinations in February of this
year.
He came to the Isthmus accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and three children.

Police reported two other inci incidents
dents incidents involving bombs during the
day. They said a bomb exploded
in the rebel-held Basta quarter.
The rebels denied it. Police also
said a cache of some 50 pounds of

high explosive, apparently set to

Xleo' Picks Out
Northerly Course
Staying Far At Sea

gave birth stiortiy alter arrival.
Canal Zone Police gave no indi.
cation today whether any charge
would be preferred as a result of
the accident. Only the mother was
hurt.

Local 907 Seeks
Insurance Plan

daiawJSa

Local 807 has Main negotiation!

to permit non-tJS-icitizen civilian
employes of the- Armed Forces on
the isthmus .to participate in the
Federal Employes' Group Life In Insurance
surance Insurance plan, a union spokesman
announced today.
The plan provides for a sum e e-qualling
qualling e-qualling a government employes'
total salary for one year to be
paid to the beneficiary upon the
employe's death.
The law which presently gov

erns the scheme excludes non-US

citizens living outside the limits of
the continenil US.
Local 907 will negotiate both
through the Panama foreign of office
fice office and through the union's inter international
national international headquarters in New

York.
The sopkesman said that Local
907 feels that participation in the
insurance plan is a fringe benefit
to which union members are entit entitled
led entitled under "equal pay for equal
work" treaty provisions.
If the union is unable to get le legislation
gislation legislation to amend the present
law into the current session of Con Congress
gress Congress before it ends, it will re resume
sume resume its efforts as soon as the
new Congress convene in January.

provide lor tne possibility or a

three-month delay in Capehart ap approval.
proval. approval. Present scheduling provides for
demolition to start at Fort Clay
ton and Corozal in December of
this year and in January 195. A
Quarry Heights, two buildings will
be torn down in March 1959.
At Curundu, demolition of exist existing
ing existing quarters will not start until
October 1859, by which, time the

mSm fccupam 'ef Jwfiaeto VchiS w& "id

demolished will have been moved

into the new Capehart homes and,
in the case of bachelor occupants,
into newly activated bachelor
quarters. Only non.quarters type
structures will he demolished at
Fort Amador.
Buildings to b torn down all
art ef tha temporary, emergen
cy construction wooden type
which hv outlived their econo economical
mical economical life span.
The majority of the new Cape Capehart
hart Capehart houses will be ranch-type dup duplexes
lexes duplexes of tropical construction.

Informed sources hove noted thot tomorrow is tha
best doy for such a test. If the rocketeers can not get it
off then, they have the next three days when the moon
still is relatively close to earth within 230,000 miles.

Only a short period of each day
will provide a celestial alignmem
favorable for shooting and the
whole thing could be called be call
another month.

,Afl'Ilg:..ol-..as,

As or the kind of sheet plan
ned, the rocket standing in an
extended Thor missile tower
wa certainly lika nothing aver
fired here before.

night on the Air Force service
tower, its bright lights showing
through a squall line that enclos enclosed
ed enclosed the cape.
All living space in nearbj mot.
els was sold out. Whispers were
circulated by "beach telegraph."

Pope Leads Church
In Celebrating
Catholic Holy Day

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy

asemb.

. A Ii 1,

Activity continued far into Jast l jf bt J

towered above Vttaar missiles in
position along the cape skyline.
Sick Child Rushed
To Fire Station
For Treatment
An o.'f-duty Canal Zone fire of.
ficer today rushed a sick child to
Balboa fire station in 'his car for
emergency treatment.
Sgt. J. Stabler was waiting to
cross on the Thatcher Ferry
when suddenly he heard the cap.
tain of the ferryboat Presidente

Koosevelt give three blasts on

Cemenlo Panama
To Manufacture
Asbestos Products
Cemento Panama yesterday an an-nounceu
nounceu an-nounceu plans lor setting up a
new branch oi the company for
. .MIl.tMt PP.

L" maU' eH T construe- whistle, which is the emer-

r1 """""J:: -m. 8ency signal. When the ferry

(UPI)-Pope Pius XII broadcast f" .en 60 and go 1 t arrived on the east bank,

the noon time Angelus prayer f"'"" stabler found that a three year

Irom his summer palace here j peopie.

yesterday and led Roman Catho Catholics
lics Catholics in marking the church holy
day of the Assumption of the-Vir-gin
Mary. i
The Italian state radio hooked

Augusto S. Boyd, Jr., president
of tne lAm, suu mat the macm macm-nery
nery macm-nery lor tne new piant, ordered
irom Germany will arrive in
.lanuarv anrl will begin produc

Vatican radio to carry the Pon- j """ uul"
tiff nravpr i of next lear.
mi s prayer products, claims Ce-

' 'E C"U "1 : H" "M ...ill. ,., hl.HII-

menio rauama wm

old boy Gabriel De Grastin was
having convulsions.
He rushed the boy to Balboa
Fire Station where an oxygen
resuseitator was used before
was taken to Torgas hospital by
ambulance. "l

VSS V'r "SiETS". ",'! Kongitoto Sends

J3 ; Congrors To Potter

tuned in to the ceremony.

MIAMI,' Aug. 16 (UPI) Hur Hurricane
ricane Hurricane Cleo, a churning mass of

125 mnh winds, picked out a

Eisenhower, Senate Want No Part Of Study
On Surrender Too Ridiculous To Talk Of

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi-

Unemployment
Benefits Hike
Personal Income
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The gov government
ernment government says Americans' personal
income rose to an all.timr high
last month, but part of the in increase
crease increase ironically came from job

less pay benefits.
An official report Wednesday
said personal Income last month
was running at a seasonally ad adjusted
justed adjusted annual rate of $35ft,90o,ooo, $35ft,90o,ooo,-000.
000. $35ft,90o,ooo,-000. The former record was $352,100, $352,100,-000,000
000,000 $352,100,-000,000 in August of last year.
Included in the latest rise were
Jobless benefits which mounted as
20 states granted temporary ex extensions
tensions extensions of payments to the long long-term
term long-term unemployed.
Wages and salaries, a key eco economic
nomic economic indicator, advanced for the
third straight month but still fell
short of pre-recession marks.

northerly course todav which the dent Eisenhower and the Senate

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go off during the day, was dis-1 weatner oureau preoicten 'V irini ih I W

covered in. a vegetable market. a " hof "IV C:r,u h. nnt

ine new inciaents apparently l. ,.;. ,,,111 .u n c L ,nv .trfv nf a s hie U.S.

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mainland, the Bahamas and the surrender in any future nuclear

were part of a guerrilla war be

tween the rebels and the PPS.

The rebels claim the PPS and the
Falange, a right-wing party sup supporting
porting supporting Chamoun, are responsible
.or the terrorism and want to stir
up active revolt again. The PPS
and Falange say the rebels are

trying to eliminate all resistance.
Since the July 31 compromise

election of Ma. Gen. Fuad Che

hab as the new Lebanese presi
dent (the takes office Sept. 24)

islands of the Caribbean except
for hurricane swells in the Lee Leeward
ward Leeward islands," the Weather Bu Bureau
reau Bureau said.
At II a.m. advisory pinpointed
Cleo's center near latitude 23.5
degrees north, longitude 51.4 west
or, about 1,000 miles southeast of

Bermuda

war.
The President said in a state statement
ment statement issued through White House
Press Secretary James C. Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty that the whole idea of such a
projet was "nonsense." Even i.'
monev were available for a "sur

render study," Hagerty said, the

it wouia

Thp weather hurean said the President made clear

big storm was moving on a north- not be spent."
northwest, course at 17 mph. 1 "The whole matter it too ridi-

Asst. Engineering
Director Returns

E. M. Browder, Jr., assitant en engineering
gineering engineering and construction dip'.

tor, returned to the Canal Zone

this week after a two. month vaca
lion in the United States.

During his vacation, Mr. and
Mrs. Browder and their son tour

ed extensively in the United State:
visiting Texas, California, the mid
die west and the new St. Lsw
rence Seaway Proiect.

Melvlh Bierman, Panama Canal

traffic engineer, acted as assist
ant to the engineering and cons

truction director during Browder's

absence.

Sailfish Sharpes In Action Again

n,. fi.hln. Bh.vna'a A, a it airain veatrnlav. according: to

' word received by Bfll Adams of Balboa from international

fisherman Frank Violet te aboard tne oen in
via shortwave radio. B.
. Violette's eight-year-old granddaughter, Mry Sharpe,
followed up on her six-year-old brother's feat of eatohlng
a 100 lb. sailfish Thursday, by hooking and landing a 101-
pounder herself yesterday. F
Using a 26-lb. test line, Mary landed the sail In 3lt min minutes.
utes. minutes. According to the report a portion of the line was
wrapped around the fish's tall when It was brought aboard.
Mary's brother, Frank, used the same kind of line Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and landed his tlsh In 30 minutes. e
Violette himself caught a merlin weighing almost 300 lbs.

yesterday. e

culous for comment," Hagerty
said.
Despite the President's assur assurances,
ances, assurances, the Senate went ahead and
approved 88 2 a proposal by Sen.
Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) to cut
off funds for any study on "when
and how the government of the
United States should surrender
this country to its enemies."
Russell's proposal was in the
form of an amendment to an ap appropriation
propriation appropriation bill. Voting against it
were Sen. John Sherman Cooper
(R-Ky.) and Sen. Richard L. Neu Neu-berger
berger Neu-berger (D Ore ).
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) said the
Russell amendment was necessary
"in the light 0' rtimors" that the
defense department had ordered
such a study. But he said that
"no thinking American" would be believe
lieve believe such reports.
The President's latest statement
on the subject underscored his
concern. It was understood the
White House conferred with Sen Sen-lite
lite Sen-lite leaders of both parties before
Hagerty relayed the Presidents
views to newsmen.
"As far as the President is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, all this talk about surren surrender
der surrender is nonsense," Hagerty said.
"Let me set the record straight.
There has been no public money
spent to study how or when the
United States might surrender.
There will be no such money
spent for such a purpose."

He noted the Russell amend amendment
ment amendment and commented that "the

Senate evidently feels about this

as does the President.
"As to that," Hagerty said,
"the President wants me to say
this: Even if he is given the
money for such purpose, it
would not be spent. The whole
matter is too ridiculous for com comment."
ment." comment." He said the President authorized
him to issue the statement just
as he gave it. He declined to go
beyond it.
Before passage of the Russell
amendment, Johnson told the Sen Senate
ate Senate he did not believe any funds
would be appropriated by Con Congress
gress Congress or spent by the administra administration
tion administration to finance surrender studies.
But he said no senator need
hesitate to say publicly that "we
ere not going to pay people to
think shout surrender were not."
Neuberger urged Russell either
to withdraw his amendment or
send it to committee for study.
"If tomorrow the newspapers
carry a story that the President
is going to paint the White House
green, should we amend the next
apTooriation bi'l?" he asked.
Cooner said he ooposer1 tha
amendment because it would be
"an expression that the Senate
lacks faith in the President and in
some future administration." He
said that approval would "convey
that idea to the world."

products 0. the. $500,000 piani

will be corrugated rooiing, par partition
tition partition panels, ornamental nxtures
and high pressure pipes.
Locany manufactured cement
will be used together with fiber
from Canada. Tne new plant is
expected to supply enougn for lo local.
cal. local. needs in Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and for export to neigh neighbouring
bouring neighbouring countries as wall.
Boyd declared that a drawback
to larger exports is a service lee

oi 12 cents charged ny we rana

ma Canal Co. on every bag snip-

nd nut throuE) the I'anama

1 ,

For Canal's 44th
A message of congratulation on
the 44th anniversary of the open
ing of the Panama Canal was re
ceived yesterday by Gov. W E.
Potter from Capt. Ernest H. Hop Hopkins,
kins, Hopkins, master of the New Zealand
Shipping Company's passenger lin liner
er liner Rangitata.
A regular Canal customer, the
Rangitata made the southbound
transit on the fourth schedule en
route from London to Wellington.
K1 T 1 i : 1 .AJ.

Canal. The Pan Canal also charg New Zealand with 408 passengers

es two cents handling charge lor aooaro. sne owned at Balboa
every bag, he said. ; P'er 18 at 4:30 yesterday after.

. noon ana sauea at noon today
Di for New Zealand,
i rector Leaves
. T r L Tne message from Hopkins to
iSthmUS 10 LOnter Potter stated in full: On this your
W. i a- 1 44th anniversary of the opnein? -of
ith NY cnaineer ,he Can' nlease accept our hear.
, V 3 ty congratulations on the success-
Lt. Col. Robert D. (Brown, Jr.. Iut and efficient manner in which
Engineering and Construction Di. it has been conauoted during tM
rector, will leave the Isthmus tiv whole tnis period"
day for New York where he will
confer with members of the engi- lc. r .1
neering firm of Gibbs and Hill D LllDOn UutlQWS

and al.o with rarson, uncKer-

hoff, Hall and MacDonald.
l.ie Gibbs and Hill engineers
are now making a study of marine
traffic control system for the Pa
nama Canal and Parsons, Brlnck Brlnck-erhofr,
erhofr, Brlnck-erhofr, Hall and Macdonald are
engaged in the long range Canal
studies, i
Brown will also visit Washmq.

ton, D. C. on o ficial business, and nounced today.

will return to tbe canal .one Aug
23.
He will be accompanied by Rog
er M. Howe, Panama Canal engi
neer with the special studies or
ganliation of the Engineering Di
vision.

Killed By Guards

HAVANA (UPI) Five "out)
laws" were killed by rural guards
yesterday on the road betweeaT
San Andres and La Guira in wesr.
em Cuba an area not prevt,
ously affected by recent disorders
in this country, the armv an.

Earlier, police had announces!
the arrest of 12 men and tvO
women accused of plotting to as.
sassinate governmen' levi--an
air gun that fired poisoned
darts.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1951

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Identity ot tort I writer! u held in strictest -ontidence
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tot Itattmenti or opinions
oppressed in letters tram readers.

THE MAIL BOX
SAME OLD SONG
Sir:
Malcolm's confusion is indeed acule
iaiKe rt parauuootr failing irom zu,000 ieet with an
unopened cuuie.
Malcomi swings around and changes his position
ate last as Dulles Hies from nation to nation.
How Malcolm changes around and praises Brother Potter,
Fcr those same "handouts" he so olten chatter.
Unemployment in Panama is on the increase,
Even the US expert discovered this disease.
Potter iave Gamboa washtubs and drains, charging till it pains.
But Local 900 got the wages to pav for those gains.
Gaskin bawled from his house in La Boca to the White House
For better local-rate housing in the Canal Zone.
While the achievements of Fawcett. Joseph and Henry
Are limited to Paraiso, Uamboa and Rainbow City.
Local 900 s achievements affects the national scene,
From border to border, even causing Malcolm to live more serene.
My car was almost wrecked near the Tropical theater
By a hole in the street as bie as a crater.
Ernestito does not share Malcolm's views of our unions.
Since his letter to Brother Ike quoted the unions' opinions.
Funny the U.S. expert recommended the sale of banks.
JFE, etc., etc., and even proposed to export from Colon
A considerable portion of its population,
Who have been suffering from unemployment, holes in their
pockets and no washtubs or drains.
Ernestito is doing wonders, but for people like Westerman,
Malcolm, de la Rosa and a bunch of types.
Who make life hard lor Ernestito and the whole nation
To survive, collect income tax and sell the Colon sites.
Cragwell supported the treaty single wae clause
Which Ernestito like the unions together condemn with
an applause
Cragwell also voted to send Guizado to iail
While the jury voted to overturn the political pail.
locals 900 and 907 on the other hand,
Have followed a straight line and plaved the same band.
Local 900 came out against contraband
While some of Ernestito s supporters contraband and cheat
the land.
The National Lottery Is complaining about the bolita,
While some of us continue to sell Illegal chance.
Rome assemblvmen keen drinking Canal Zone priced vodk?
While people like Malcolm drink with them and dance.
The Civic Councils developed and nourished the local local-rate
rate local-rate basket
Which may one day serve as the Local Raters' casket.
The Governor bought this tvpe of balonev
To keep from giving the Local Raters more money.
Malcolm did not have to go to Santa Ana
Since he was safe and sound out at Gamboa.
But my unions have fought and fought
And neither Potter. Ernestito. Ike or the Congress would
ever stray from this ihajight
Even Westerman succumbed and gave the union credit
While he has plwavs tried to classify them on the debit
But Ernestito does not discuss CZ problems with Mnlcntv Mnlcntv-Potter,
Potter, Mnlcntv-Potter, of course, has never winked at Ginger or Malcolm
Malcolm has registered a challenge
To build a $240,000 union.
Whv doesn't be seek some advice from Collinge
And try to build vour union if vou can unravel out of
your confusion?
From Gamboa and the Canal Zone.
When he is poliMcalh' dead and "one
My union and the other onp will be at the fore
As they have always been before.
100 Percent Unionist.

Labor News
And
Comment

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

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

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

0. A. De KOUX,
Manager

CARLOS WOUYNES V.,

Sun-Manager
HOURS :

From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

By VICTOR RIESEL
NAPLES: Those millionaire
mobsters who met in a fcrand
council at Apalacmn are so uK'gu
tuey lrignteu anu can give or.
ders to aij the criminal playboys

j oi ihe western worio inciuiiuig
; one calieu balvatore Lucanta,
I known iu me Doys back hom- as
Charley Lucky" Luciano.
' Lucky Luciano is no more the
"king of world enma" than Ser

geant Uilko is supreme aAIO
commander. The Mafia Grand
Council back home nas little ue
for him. The Malia of nearby
cny and the twain are delmiteiy
noi the same views mm as an
oiulanuer wno is uriugiug u-sre-pule
on iheir ancient oruer
m all, Lucky s lue is not a nap nappy
py nappy one. His pnone is tapped op
uie llanan ponce, incy ejF
mail cover on him. Tins mcars
Ihey know wno wines to the ioi
mer labor terrorist and peddler
ol inusciu anu hcmi. ine police
keep him tailed, iney also make
certain uiai nis cuautleur, whom
he changes regularly, is an un.
dercovcr cop
Until recently the Criminal Po Police
lice Police naa mm uu a sU"ct curlew.
Everybody, including Lucky,
knows nc is noi.' so Iu. in
fact, that he is having a ruugii
time geuing ins reguiar money
out ol nis U.S. investments.
Without the dougn irom Ihe
States, cucivy infill as well
wop nis nickname, ne'd nave to
hocK Ins tailor as well as nis
ciotnes. Tins money comes iroui
the same types oi wveatu.ent
which all big-time monsters maue
during their laoor siiakeuowu.
gambling anu narcotics days.iney
put a into garment snops, mgnt
spots, bars, linen supply houses
and even nan ou'cci.

'Ihe money is brought over by
special coUner. Wuu voik i r &
percentage. iNaturauy, u uie cou

rier SKipcu Wiin t..c money luc-

ky couiu buy eiiougn muscle to
urop uie noou mto v esuvios. iso

tney never cneat. But they are

melting away unuer the ueal Oi
tne Italian police who are nee.

died oy uncut.... uiu.iornes. Anu

tne Italian criminal police (ion t
like bemy neeuici..
Tne police are trying hard to

trace tne souicc o. me money,

but since mis comes ,rom Amer

ican business investments, t li e y
are stymied. Lile isn't made any
easier lor tne national police
here by tne lact mat a spec.aij
commission oi tne i'enal Tribunal
pronounced Luciano a "free citi citizen."
zen." citizen." mis uccision vas handed

down here last March. i

It came alter a long hearing
beiore a judiciary commission con consisting
sisting consisting oi three prominent jurist j

and a public prosecutor. They I

found that cuciano was "leading

a per.ectly regular life that Jots

not call lor any censure.
Alter Luciano was accused of

running the Apalacmn crime con

vention, the criminal police appeal-

eu this decision. They lost.
The Italian police are uisturoed
because they might now be ham.
pered in their surveillance ot iuc.
ky. Then, if anything happens to
him, or is he uoes gei mixed up
with some U.S. scandal, the wonu
will scream that nothing was
done to keep the "king of crime'
under conlro.. ihe point is that
there are stores ol American
hoods here and the police loci
that some of these boys might

trrniil Luc kv intn nri'miinm a cri-l

minal combine of the type un-i
known to Italy, or the Continent,
for that matter.
Police o ficials point out that
we have dumped narcotics smug smugglers,
glers, smugglers, extortionists, burglars, coun counterfeiters
terfeiters counterfeiters and a41 kinds of terror
isis on Italian soil when, in ef.
feet, these mobsters spent virtual,
ly all their lives in the U.S.
For example, there is a Bruno
Corasanilo an American extortion extortionist
ist extortionist born in Italy. He was deport deported
ed deported from the U.S. to this country
on July 12, 1957. There is Scbas Scbas-tiano
tiano Scbas-tiano Vermiglio, deported to.'
larceny and counterieitmg on Jan.
6, 1956. There are Sam and "hi. :
Joe" Accardo, big time racketeers
tied in with the Capone mob Bin.
Joe, who hid out in Trapani, Si Sicily,
cily, Sicily, was flushed out by Lie
police. The real, traditional Mafia
didn't try to hide him. though in
the States he was a topside nar.
cotics peddler and muscle man
I've seen a long list of these
hoods and- now know what it
costs the Italian Government to
keep an eye on them and to
quarantine the Italian people
from American criminals. Fur.
thermore, the Italian .underworld
will have little to do with our
mobsters.
From Sicily to Milano, th?
point is made by in ormed cir circles
cles circles that it's unscientilic to be believe
lieve believe that America's powerful and
wealthy crime syndicates would
would take orders from e::ilts or
from a political)7.ed I'nderwi.n I
outfit like the Sic'lini Mafia. The
American underworld loves the le legend
gend legend because it diverts atten attention.
tion. attention. The faster this is understood,
the swifter will the millionain
mobs of America be exposed and
perhaps smashed.

Oops!
ESI

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

I TELL YOU THIS CONFIDEN CONFIDEN-TIALfcE:
TIALfcE: CONFIDEN-TIALfcE: How come Congression
al Committees nevei noio hear hearings
ings hearings in Alaska or Greenland in
the winter or Miami Beach in
the summer? You can tell the
quizzes and junkets. Europe and
the North in summer, New York
during tne spring and fall thea theatrical
trical theatrical seasons, Florida, the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean and Panama when tne snow
flies up here. .Which reminds
me that the Senate Labor rackets
hearings will be making headlines
in Miami (not now about a tie
between the Teamsters and the
Ma ia. I coulda told (and I did
years ago) about the miscegena miscegenation
tion miscegenation between the teamsters, truck trucking,
ing, trucking, John L. Lewis' United
Mine Workers, Costello's gang and
the mysterious attempts to or organize
ganize organize New York cab drivers.
It's a pip, this story.

Around the World in 80 Words
(Approximately.) Chorines are
warned to double check 'in offers
to play some Latin American
and Caribbean spots. White slav slavers
ers slavers are active there. Peron has
a bevy of gals and likes 'em
young. .Shah of Iran on the bad
end of a shakedown from a Neo Neo-politan
politan Neo-politan sex-pot who has photos.
. .Did you know that nearby Can Canadian
adian Canadian towns are havens for A A-merican
merican A-merican law breakers who've dis discovered
covered discovered that the Dominion seldom
extradites lamisters. Many of the
top American rackets and swin swindlers
dlers swindlers are operated from Montreal
and Toronto via long distance
phone, or irom across the border
in Windsor and Niagara Falls,
which is one reason why so ma many
ny many of those at Apalachin lived in
Detroit or Buffalo.

I Told You So (And how I
hate myself) The dailies finally
confirmed mine of June 24, when
I said that Peter Townsend had
never been in love with Princess
Margaret and as far as he was
converned, the entire "romance"
was a means of capital for him,
financially and with other babes
in which department he's a past
master. I noted that his visit

with the Princess then, which the
bleeding hearts interpreteu as a
sign that they were still in love,
was merely to locus attention on
a forthcoming book which was be being
ing being sneaked into publication, call called
ed called the "Story oi Peter Town Town-send"
send" Town-send" and written by nis friend,
Norman Barrymaine. I further
stated that even if there had ev ever
er ever been a chance of a marriage,
the book would toss it out tne
window. .So the sob sisters o.
both sexes laughed at me and
continued to cry over the two
broken hearted lovers until this
Monday when, the headlines said:
"The Princess has let it be

known that any further approach
es will be unwelcome. .Marga

ret has decided to end the friend friendship
ship friendship because of the book, 'The
Story of Peter Townsend.' I
told you so.
ij-,tjHj '1'nl, 1
. -'
No News is pood News: Big
backstage feud in "At the
Grand." Paul Muni and JoanDie JoanDie-ner
ner JoanDie-ner don't look at each other un unless
less unless the script calls for it. Crazy
mixed up kids. .Producers of
Steve McQueen's TV "Wanted
Dead or Live" had plenty trou trouble
ble trouble with the law before getting
permission to use a "new" wea weapon
pon weapon they call "The Mare's Leg.
Its actually a 30-40 sawed 'down
automatic carbine, (tree toy
makers want to make plastic re replicas.
plicas. replicas. Nice for the youngsters).
. .Maybe Frankie boy would do
better on his dates i" he got a
lady psychiatrist. Reason the
crooner is striking out so much
these days is his maudlin "No
one understands me.'. . .Robin
Raymond, the TV and film ac actress,
tress, actress, put a hunk of dough into
a swank Hollywood fashion salon
with Lucia de Martino, but mean meanwhile
while meanwhile she's spending most of her
time with Jane Wyman's first
husband, Myron Futterman, who's
in the dress manufacturing busi busi-nes
nes busi-nes . .Arthur 'Dagwood' Lake

and his beautiful Pat made their
first stop at Ed Wynne's Harwyn
where Art asked Mickey Mantle
for an autograph.

I This is Too con'oosin for Me
(You, too?j: Wire irom Holly-
I wooa actress Sharon Lee wno
I says she's being confused with
stripper Lee Sharon who also was
.vnown as Sharon Lee before
meeting Howard Hughes. .This
lis a common name at that. One
nt thp China rinll'c Inialioet ilon

was named Sharon Lee. The "ac "actress"
tress" "actress" Sharon Lee says she isn't
"petite" (40-23,35) nor a strip stripper,
per, stripper, working hard to establish
herself in legit. (Note: A reader
who called from Jacksonville, al also
so also enquired about a Lee Sharon
or Sharon Lee, Said his wife an-

kled. him and took that name. )
' Incidentally Lee Snaron, the strip
I per, is just about the cutest little
I blonde around, that's if she's
still a blonde. And what a bomb

shell! Almost caused an interna international
tional international incident when she played
Tokyo's Latif ftuif ttifijbxo rela relative
tive relative to oursy wnere a .manager's
wife told her husband either

j she goes or I go.

pHt DAILY VvACUIMATAu

'"ERRr-bO-ROMwi

1 r -- H

WASHINGTON Thu fishine

trips of the Air Force top brass
re causing resentment among
enlisted men, to say nothing of
dimins into the taxnavar' mnnov.

Last week a fishing trip by the

top general tne Air Force,

chiet ot staff Tom White, came

a cropper when his helicopter
cracked up about 100 miles from

trooae Bay, Labrador. I

Cost to the taxpayers for the

ions inside

u

elevated to key
the RE A are:

Ralph Foreman, who will bt
Deputy REA Adminig.rataf, wnq
once tried to throw two itEA co
ops into the hands of he utilities-
Norman McFarlin, who will bt
in charge of rural telephones, and
Who with hi fttfhw

Montezuma Telephone CotnpanJ
at Montezuma, Iowa

His father once told Congresa

H-21 helicopter No. 534401 wathat he considered the KEa rur
ln. In t9nn IMA tolor.kn f

close to $200,000

It was left to lie in th wilria

of Labrador, near the Sandhill

River, and when safety offi.
cers converned an investigation
board and asked for the records,
the board was called off. White's
name was then removed from the

records. Furthermore, the No.

534401 is now listed as "cross
country." This means that it is
still o fieially flying somewhere a a-cross
cross a-cross country, despite the fact
that it's wrecked.

The Right to be Right: Russia,
through ns local Reds and Iherr
'fellow travelers and "liberal"
I dupes has destroyed almost every everyone
one everyone who ever fought Communism
I here, so it's good to note that Dr.
J. b. Mathews is still in there

and kicking. Aug. marks the 20th
anniversary ot nis first appear appearance
ance appearance beiore the House Committee
on Un-American Activities. He was
the first witness who had an in intimate
timate intimate knowledge of the working
of the Communist conspiracy. His
testimony, contained In historic
Volume One, was the first indi indication
cation indication the public had of the Red

.ronts and the ultimate o bjects
jof communism. His appeareance
i and work broke the log jam. J.

B's life is devoted to the fight a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the common enemy and
lie's ably aided and abetted by
his attractive wile Ruth, also a
Ph. D. They are right on the top
of the hate list of the Commies,
and the intellectuals, do-gooders,
double-domers and one worlders.
That's why I love them.

The helicopter crackup took
place on Friday, Aug. 1. White
was much more frank than those
who tried to cover up for him at
Goose Bav. Calline this writer.

he said:

"I understand you inquired
whether I was in a helicopter ac.
eident I was I don't Jike tn h

in accidents but I also don't like

any cover-up and I'm glad to tell
you the facts. I was in a helicop helicopter
ter helicopter that erashprf on a rprptinn

fishing trin in Labrador."

wnen White was told that som"
of the enlisted men had griped
about thp trek nf trpnpralc In

Goose Bay, he replied: "Yes, but

t m glad to say that 1400 enlisted
men also enjoyed fishing on the
Labrador Lakes. We dnwn hera

in Washingtoncan't get away ve

ry otten. we work at top speed
and when we can get o'f we too

like to get a break from pres
sure."
The others who have enjjyed
Labrador fishing include Gen. Na.
than Twining, chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, who's been
in Labrador this week; Gen. Cur Curtis
tis Curtis LeMay, vice chief of sta'f,
who's also been there this week;
together with Gen. Edwin W. Raw Rawlins,
lins, Rawlins, commander of the Air Mate Materiel
riel Materiel Command at Wright Patter
son Air Base, who flies in from
Dayton, Ohio; and Gen. E a r 1 e
Partridge, commahder-in.chief of
the North American Air Peiens

ummana, wno tlies in from Col
orado. m. --wswHSs

Goose Bay has established Tva'-lloliP
rinnc fisKina Af.mn. itii" 4WP.5W'

- moui) i.uiio nnoin fln?
to two hundred miles as a recrer
ation area. They are service by
H-21 helicopters and Albatross am,
phibious planes, which normally
Te ,ltW'Wt service tfte men
camoed uri tenely niitwmm
in the Arctic wilderness Watch Watching
ing Watching for surprise attack.
However, those planes are now
busy flying fishing parties. An
average of ten planes nd heli helicopters
copters helicopters is assigned to the fishing
service, operating about 20 hours
daily at a minimum cost of $15
an hour.
It should be noted, however,
that the enlisted men and o'fi o'fi-cers
cers o'fi-cers who have to spend their
bleak Arctic winters in this area
deserve all the fishing recreation
they can get. Arctic nights are
long and monotonous.

- (VZII
telephone program somethini
closely akin to "socialism."

ow co-operative phone linet
which his father regards as s
cialism.
The Rural Electrification Admin
ministration was lounded undei
Roosevelt because private utilities
re used to build power lines am)
telephones to farm areas. It has
done a needed pioneering job in
rural areas. However, both Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Secretary of Agricul.
ture Benson have followed a po.
licy of cutting down REA appro appro-priations
priations appro-priations and curtailing its activities.

MA I LB AG
W. Leckemby, Jr., Bethesda,
Md., and Milford Scott, Miami,
Fla.
It is a fact, regardless of White
House statements, that Vice Pres President
ident President Nixon did not participate in
the decision to send troops to Le Lebanon.
banon. Lebanon. The decision was. made
by Eisenhower and Duties early
on the morning if July 14, just
before they phoned Prime Minis,
ter Macmillan in London. The
decision was somewhat dependent
on British cooperation. But when
Macmillan called back to give
his cooperation the decision was
definitely made. Undersecretary
of State Herter has now admitted
to the Senate Foreign Relations
Oregon, (bat U.S. troops were
Committee, under the cross exa examination
mination examination of Sen. Wayne Morse of
already en route toward Lebanon
at the time Congress leaders were
called on the afternoon of July
14. It was on or about this time
that Nixon got into the act. The
next morning, July 15, he J bad
breakfast with Eisenhower a n d
got the full story. v
L. W. Robert, Jr., Atalanta.
T$e Negro boycott against white
stores in Tuskegee, Ala., because
of voting rprivileges in Tuske;,'ee,
of bdttnn; privilege in Tiiskegee,

as ucen panHn iweniy seven

.TUT.- n ifiiiiilTi i-

SELLS BRAND NAMES
CHICAGO (UPI) -Consolidated

Foods Corp. today, announc-

iuv ''.., siihaifliftilaf.l

ed fruit and nut brand names plus
some packaging materials and

uiai llino j w May 1(U1 X lMUg w.
of San Jose, Calif, for cash and

royalties of undisclosed value.

LONDON (UPI) A film of
the recent meeting in Peiping of
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev and Communist Chinese
leader Mao Tse-Tung has been
released in Moscow, Radio Mos Moscow
cow Moscow reported today.

BUILT 100 YEARS AGO
NEW YOK (UPI) Francis
Cardinal Spellman, archbishop ni
New York, will celebrate a sol solemn
emn solemn pontifical high mass tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in St. Patrick's Cathedral to
celebrate the 100th anniversary
of the church, a landmark of
Fifth Avenue.

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Hold Onto Your hats (We're
nearly at the bottom): Readers
of British mass circulation papers
titillated by the story of Jahanna
Dunn, a typist, who tells them
that she was "discovered" by
handsome Forrest Tucker and
promised a Hollywood film con contract
tract contract at $400 a week and a house
with a swimming pool. A ter wait waiting
ing waiting five months lor the ticket
she's back typing. .Add Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood feuds: Yul brynner and Wal Walter
ter Walter Land who directed "The King
and I." . .Herbert Hoover cele celebrating
brating celebrating his 4ih birthday week
fishing wiih the Richard E. Ber Ber-litis
litis Ber-litis at tneir summer home in
Murray Bay, Quebec, and read reading
ing reading congrats from all the world.
. .Were s the ueal as 1 hear it:
GOP gubernatorial candidate Paul
Williams, the former U. S. Atty.,
will make the big sacrifice it
the convention for Rockefeller to
start the ball rolling, and get the
Senatorial nomination in ex exchange.
change. exchange. At least that's how they
hope. Marion Saunders, the pla platinum
tinum platinum blonde who ended up with
a mint irom her Chinese ex-husband,
double dating socialite, actor
Bill Carter and Harry JaaJ, the
Calcutta cooler, at the Chardas.

Today's Commercial
The chick you see all wrapped in
furs
Is the gal who made his hersl

KILL 104 REBELS
ALGIERS (UPl)-French troops
killed 106 rebels in a new flare up
of fighting throughout Algeria.

I F r e n c h officials announced

today. They s id the new in increase
crease increase in lighting Tuesday result
ed from the rebel National Gibvra Gibvra-tion
tion Gibvra-tion Movement's disapproval of

Premier Charles de Gaulle's new

consul "Vn.

FRI6D OF UTILITIES
President Eisenhower, who has
spiked Hells Canyon and boosted
the Dixon.Yates pdwer project
to undercut the Tennessee Val.
ley Authority, has another nice
package on the White House
shelves for the public utilities.
He is elevating two of their
good friends to ootent positions in inside
side inside the Rural Electrification Ad Ad-minis'ration,
minis'ration, Ad-minis'ration, an organiaztion es established
tablished established to compete with the pri private
vate private utilities and thereby help to
keeD electric power rates down.
The two utility friends being

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
rescrv life Insurance nnlicv

similar to your old NSLI plan.

if you are unaer age 45 ana
In good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same baslo
low NSLI rates charged by the
Government during W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
ages.
No obligation, tear out this
ad and mall it today with 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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8 Drupe fruit
13 Repeat
14 Seaweed (pi.)
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17 Skittish
18 Four-parteo
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21 Threefold
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22 Alleged
force (pi.)
24 More painful
27 Lanced
31 Employer
32 Observe
33 Completed
14 Horse's neck
hairs
3.1 Art (Latin)
36 Marriage
portion (Scot.)
37 Temporal
39 Measuring
device
40 Craft
41 Sea (Fr.)
42 Golfer's term
45 Breakfast
item
47 Fondle
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Texas
52 Lecturers

54 Piano adjuster

55 City in New
Hampshire
56 Exudes
57 Slim
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in rivers

2 Chief god
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3 Depend
4 Anger
5 Horse's gait
6 Musteline
mammal
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8 Pompous
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8 High note In
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10 Site of
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1 1 French
seaport
12 Wife ofZeui
19 Stout cords
21 Food
forbidden to
Israelites
(var.)

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25 Eskers
26 Nevada city
27 Withered

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421 Top of head
43 Chemical
44 Hindu queen
46 Mountain
passes

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US Economy Faces Disaster Unless
We Shun Deficit Spending: Byrd

Costly Percolator I Iraq To Establish

Diplomatic Ties

WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UPD
Sea. Harry F. Byrd declared to today
day today that "certain disaster in our
fiscal economy" faces the nation
"unless we change our course"
and turn away from continued de deficit
ficit deficit linancing.
The Virginia Democrat, chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Finance Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, accused the Eisenhower
administration of a "colossal mis miscalculation"
calculation" miscalculation" when it estimated in
January that the budget would
be balanced at the end of the past
fiscal year. It reported a $2,800,-

000,000 deficit on June 30.
"This unprecedented, deteriora.
Hon of our fiscal condition in a
brief space of six months should
shock eyery American into a reali realization
zation realization of the perils that confront
us," Byrd said.
Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Anderson and budget director
Maurice H. Stans urged the com committee
mittee committee to approve a permanent in increase
crease increase in the national debt ceiling
from 275 to 285 billion dollars with
a temporary increase to 288 bil

lion through June 30, 1960.

.Anderson said spending is run

ning so far ahead of receipts that
the debt increase is "the only

sound course at the present time."

He indicated a further increase
may be. necessary before the end
of the current fiscal year.

Neither Anderson nor Stans

would predict when the
might be balanced.

Stans said he hoped spending ur..

would be less and revenues great- j the 5t and
er in the future. But he said there taki the ljd
are "many uncertainties' and it,

is possible that "the actual defi.
cit could be even higher than we
now foresee."

tulsa, OKla. (UFi) A per percolator
colator percolator lid disappeared in a Tulsa
department store yesterday and
store officials alerted police.
A full search of the large store

was planned, but tust before po-

1 1 4

tmu8el lice were ready to start the inch

by inch hunt they arrested

18, an employe of
charged him with

With Red Bloc

West confessed.
Store o'ficials whisked the lid

away from him and put it in a
vault for safekeeping.
Today, the lid was back on its

The percolator, on display in
the 1 store.

BAGHDAD, Iraq, Aug. 15 (UPi;
Iraq announced last night it wai
establishing diplomatic relafffini
with the entire Communist bios,
including Red China.
The official Baghdad Radio sal
thf decision was taken at a cahi
net meeting to exchange envoys
with Communist China, Hungary,
Albania. Bulgaria Czeeholosvakja,
Poland and Yugoslavia.
It also announced Iraq s inten intention
tion intention to establish economic relation!

the with East Germany "for the time

being."

SENATE GETS FOOD BILL
WASHINGTON (UPI) -House
passed and sent to

Senate today a bill to b s n Too much fuss for a coffee pot
use of additives in food unless lid? and diamonds
they have been tested in advarce It's valued at $30,000 and is The percolator
for safety. solid gold with incrusted rubies at $100,000.

It's valued

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Members of D Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th -Infantry at Fort Kobbe got a touch of home
ife whta Uiev itte wests at a special' birthday party in their honor. Those celebrating birthdaysthis month were, left to
riht Ef? Rbertonlr t Theodore Fahy Jr., Pic George Petrisko, and SP4 Buddy Greathouse. Observing the cake cutting
m,n,'.t the richt is Can. Chester Van Orman, company commander. (U.S. Army Photo).

i i i

AF Launches Test
Rocket To Pave May
For Manned Ships

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.,ug 16
(UPI) The Air Force sent up
a small test rocket last night in

a flight designed to pave the way
for "manned space travel."
The rocket, smaller than t h
Thor and Atlas missiles which
have been undergoing stepped.up
testing recently, was visible for
about e minute before its power
quit.
"A National Advisory Committer
for Aeronautics composite test
rocket was launched from the
Atlantic missile range today," an

Air Force statement said.
"The NACA vehicle is used in

a program expected to provide

basic research information to ma

ny projects, including manned

space travel, and may further de define
fine define corpuscular radiation level

in ine exiiusure as aucauy e-

ported by the American Physical

Society in May 1958."
Searchlights usually trained oi
a rocket several minutes bclore
a night firing were not turned on

until seconds before the little

rocket was launched.

She Sh

neon

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FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
A Special Attraction with the new rhythm aces
EL CONJUNTO LATINO
Also other specialties for your listening pleasure like
EL TRIO LOS BOHEMIOS
AND
DAVID WATTS
FROM SUNDAY UNTIL THURSDAY WE TAKE PLEASURE
IN PRESENTING
DOLORES
"Queen of the Keyboard"

We invite you to dance and to
taste our famous steaks.

neon

ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE DRINK
and give your spirit a lift in an
atmosphere of elegance and, gaiety
Qrill (Bar

AlR-CONDlTlOmi) Corner o"J" St. and 4th of July Ave.

MAJOR B A DARDEN, chief, Canal Zone Police Division, recently presented certificates to 16 members of the Division
ho recently completed a course of instruction in photography at the Balboa Police Station, Capt. Gaddis Wall, instructor.
Above front row (left to right): Policemen Gardner R. Harris, John H. Harris, David H. Searle, William G. Hoelzle, Sgt. Walter
Alves Policemen Patrick F. McDonnell and James X. Dunn, Wall. Back row, (left to right) Policeman Felipi Cazobon. Sgt.
G L Cooper Detectives Virgil G. Gambv and Thomas A. Frensley, Sgt. James A. MarCtouck and Policeman Edward J. Husum,
Jr Not pictured are Policemen Cat May, Freeland R. Hollowell and Samuel Roe, Jr., who' also completed the course. Detective
Sgt. Fred E. Perra, who recently completed a course in document photography conducted by Wall, was also certified by
garden. ; ' '

nieg ration Forces Step Up Battle To Mix Races

Integration forces tn'.ay
stepped up the fight to mix the
races in southern schools with
strong moves in Virginia and

North Carolina.
Charlottesville. Va

rials disclosed they win Degin
testing 34 Negro students seeking
admission to white schools next

Monday. This move is in com-

dents applied for admission
Wednesday to white elementary
schools in Charlottesville.
Fourteen Negro students applied
for September admission to white

schools in Alexandria Va it also

school offi- j Was disclosed.

The applications marked the
first attempt to break down ra racial
cial racial segregation in the northern
Virginia city. The applications

pliance with last Monday's order, i cover both white high schools
by U. S. District Judge John there and. two of the eight white

Paul of Harrisonburg

At the same time, the officials
announced two more Negro stu-

No Action Reported
In Formosan Strait?
First Time In Week
TAIPEI, Aug. W.UPI) Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Chinese jet fighters and
Navy airships patroled the tense
Formosa straits today but for the
first time this week no action was
reported.

elementary schools.

Boycott Tests

Also in Virginia. Arlington

County's 32 Negro students seek

ing to enter white schools aDoar

ently will boycott a second round

of interviews scheduled next Mon Monday
day Monday and Tuesday by the State
Pupil Placement Board.

The interviews were oricinallv

scheduled to be held in Arlington

Tuesday and Wednesday, but all

32 students boycotted them. The

Arlington County school board has
encouraged the Negroes to take
the interviews, although a state
law would close any school that
i integrates' in Arington:

tv. mn mii Meanwnnc, Circuit Judge Clyde
JPLS" vJS.m i J?b Jr. Wednesday denied

wiue suniia nunc ..-v. r a motion mai INOMOlk'S PUPil as

Mississippi Secretary of State
?lerb Ladner declared Wednesday
that public schbols will never be
integrated if the people demand
segregation. Ladner said: "to sow
the seed o integration is to reap
a harvest of mongrelization."
'In Tampa, Fla., segregatiosists
protested a proposed Negro hous housing
ing housing development at a local suburb
Wednesday by hanging a white
man in effigy in a churchyard.
The incident was a protest against
a proposed Negro subdivision in
the East Bay community, which
lis designed to absorb many Ne.

groes displaced by the proposed

Tampa expressway.' The dummy
found hanging in the yard of 'the
Palm River Baptist Church bore
a list of names of the white back backers
ers backers of the project and the words:
"This is- the ex white man."
A strongly pro segregation or organization
ganization organization o'fered the services of
its 600- man rifle and pistol club
to Arlington County to help po police
lice police "in enforcing Virginia law"
prohibiting integration. The Ar Arlington
lington Arlington chapter of the Defenders
of State Sovereignty and Indivi Individual
dual Individual Liberties made the offer.

No pushing or pulling. .

'guesswork" ever

bres destroyed two and possibly
three Soviet-built Migs yesterday

and sunk three Communist gunboats.

(But vice, Admiral Roland N.
Smoot, senior U.1S. military o'ficer
on Formosa, told newsmen the

signment plan be declared invalid
because the plan had not yet gone
into effect. It was the second time
this wee that local pupil assign assignment
ment assignment plans had been upheld in
courts. r i:
However, Norfolk's pupil as-
oi nnmnnt 1 n JU -.-A.. e 'J aj h

military situation following Com- 5 '"ne

. rrorman nears arguments of

Smoot said "it Is powder : ft5jSiwif?,fW
Anything can and might happen. JtJMf-fc -? Td TT
"I think the present situation is Plae,Jhat the plan be Jec,ared in"
a testing vehicle. in. the Communv ....
ist minds. V Other Developments
"It is serious but I do not 'hink .. m&Zj vr,.
there will e a general offensive r ntL evopmertts :
against Taiwan." r'faaS52 &h&JRll.
Smoot : said the threat against :HH5L VJW 29 nsm:
NationaUst Chinese islands would he'h"a, fflffi&P m.de
be more serious if the Communists ?n Mdnday slecjsion by the city
were moving troops and ships into' board education to place two
coastal areas opposite Formosa. I101 Nf,gro.?iudents Pre"
The Mmistrr-f National De-1 mftfinly white school there this
fense, meanwhile, said Nationalist It now .appears that a total
warships 'sunk three, and damaged j at ,sisi "ni PlWy seven
two Communist gunboats in a run. Negroes will attend predominantly
ning sea duel yesterday. j wniW Gillespie Park Elementary

acnooi ouring ine coming scnoo

r

She gives(me Roya! Flan and she says it's so
easy io prepare. She just mixes a package
with milk, brings it to a boil molds it,
cools it and mmm mmm, I can't wait

for dinner tonight

Ships from both sides, were rac racing
ing racing to rescue a Communist pilot
who parachuted into the sea from

his flaming Mig.

year. Five Negroes were admit admitted
ted admitted to the school last year in an
historic "limiled integration" de decision
cision decision bv the board,

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ATURDAY, AUGUST II, m
525 &
Social and Oti
fnmmiHAA Annrnvo-,
134,
herwiSe
THE VOICE QF
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Ji nil L fvMvU Lf loLpL Pan 2-0 740 or 2-0 741 Ulmuh 8.00 .J 10 .. utlu.

GOVERNOR AND MRS. POTTER HAVE DINNER
VOR CHINESE AMRASSADOK
The Governor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. William E.
Potter entertained at a dinner in the Governor's House last
evening in honor of the Ambassador of China to Panama,
Dr. Mao-Ian Tuan.

Alumnae Scholarship and the va various
rious various chanties in which the group
participates.

i3tspediaa for Ambassador
And Mrs. BoulitrMu
The Counsellor of the Chinese
Embassy and Mrs. Peter Ka:.uiiu
Chen were hosts last evening at
a dinner at their residence give.i
as a despedida for the Ambassa.
dor of Brazil in Panama and Mrs.
A. Fragosu Boulitreau who are lo
leave the first ol September lor
Buenos Aires

I Panama Golf Club. Many door
prizes will be awarded including
an all-expense paid trip to Cosih
Rica lor two. Highlight of the even-
i ing will he a fashion parade lea lea-turing
turing lea-turing models in the bridal cos.
tumes of several nations. The mo.
dels are members of the sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring organization, the Agrupac.on
de los Casados do la Colonia China.

Jamboree Tonight
Harnett and Dunn will have
their second summer Jamboree to

night for the junior group at '.nc
American Legion Club at Fort

Amador. The Hokey Pokey swing,
Stroll, Virginia Reel and-the Cm
cken will ioe danced by the junior

intermediate group. The "small

fry who range m age from six
to 11 will do tne Patty Cake Polka,
the Hop, Freeze and La Raspa.

Wife of Japanese Minister Arrives
Mrs. Ken Ninomiya wi.e oi
the Minister of Japan in Panama
and her daughter Toshi arrived
on Wednesday
Miss Vasquei Leaves for London
Miss Ginela Vasquez, riauuhter
of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel 0. Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez of Panama City left early
this morning by plane lor L'tr.don
where she will enter the Royal
Academy of Dancing. Miss Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez was awarded a Government
Scholarship and expects to study
for five years in London

Miss Fernandei-Fustsr
Entertains Debutantes
Miss Maria Isabel Fernandez
Fuster, niece at Col. and Mrs.
George Holsinger and Queen of
this years debutantes, gave a out
fet-dance at the Union Club on
Thursday evening. Guests were the
debutantes of 1958 and members
of the younger social set.

Curunau Teenage Club
Planning Dance
Asa Barley, president of the Cu-

rundu Teenage Club and Frank

iBaggott activities chairman, nave
reported they are planning' a da net
on August 23, the day fallowing
a basketball game with Army

Atlantic at Fort Davis, to crown

the basketball Queen form Curun
du.

Ntvil Officers Wives Club
To Meet At El Panama Hilton
Tuesday August 19 at 9:30 i

the Naval Officers Wives Cluo
meet for coffee in the B.il

Lounge of ihe El Panama H

m.

will
'ma

:on.

International Brides
Dance Tonight
The International Brides U;
will be held tonight at 8:30 at

nee
the

St. Mary Alumna
Dance Tonight
The Strangers Club will be scene
this evening, o' the annual benefit
dance of S!. Mary's Alumane Asso Association.
ciation. Association. The theme of this year'sl
dance is the "Roaring '20 s, and!
it is expected that guests will dress j
accordingly with the chemise nid
accessories predominating.
Dancing will be from S p.m. until
4 a.m. to the music of Marer-lino'
Alvarez and Orchestra. Tickets
may be obtained from any member'
of. the Alumnae Association.
This is the one activity sponsor i
ed annualy by the Association andt
is for the purpose of financing the:

Seabee's Party
A Seabee's cocktail and dinner
parly will be held at the American
Legion Club on August 22. All Sea Seabee's
bee's Seabee's are invited to attend. For in.
formation call Ted Walker, Ft.
Kobbe, 2225 or Del Swafford. Bal.
boa 2405.

DEBUT TONIGHT
AT ATLAS

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson,
after predicting Congress will
pass "a good Social Security
bill" despite threats of a presi
dential veto unless the House
approved version was overhauled:
"Wewill not be deterred or
delayed oy this vetostu f Thai's
the President's responsibility. 1
hope they will stop talking veto
long enough to let us exercise our
responsibility."

iBHuKE;1 :w HflnHilf: aSHaaaaaa&laal

A WELCOME DANCE was held recently at the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School for the new Latin American enlisted students. One
of the events was a dance contest, won by Miss Zaida Cowen
of Colon, and Radioman 4th Class Rafael Pravia of Managua',
Mii9nnlia Drairla ,- r art f 1 ,7 fltt onlinrr Via OnKnnlV tlnin tin

pair Course. The winning couple Is pictured with the evenine's
toaster of ceremonies. (U.S. Army Photo)

VVIIIIHIIIVV MfVpiVTW
DeGaulle (onslilulior
For Filth Republic
PRIS, Aug. 16 (UPI) -Eitob-lishment
of France's Fifth Re Republic
public Republic drew appreciably nearer to today.
day. today. The Constitution drawn up by
Gen. Charles de Gaulle to cut
the power of the National Alien-
Klv In mnk on1 kraalr Cnvern

menu and thus halt the -rjfa
o' parliamentary musical chair

World War two was approved

yesterday by, a committee oi aw
tinguished politicians.
It now goes before the na'ior
September 28 in a national refer
endum which de Gaulle ii 'as

certain to win. Deputies of the

National Assembly, will meet Oc.
tober 3 for what will almost cer certainly
tainly certainly be the last session of the
parliament of the Fourth Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. The constitutional committee
headed by ex-Premier Paul Rey
naud, voted 30 to six, with s i x
abstentions, to adopt the de Gaulle
constitution, which gives the pres president
ident president of the Republic greatly in.
creased powers-.

ASHLAND, Wis. Balloonist
Grover D. Schock, injured
Wednesday when an open gond"la
made a bumpy landingi n a Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin pasture, describing wnat it
was like during a pre prac'ice
flight before the crash landing:
"We had some swallows circling
us at 3,5(10 fee! and saw some
bugs that looked like ;.;low
worm."

LOS ANGELES E. J. (Buzzyl
f Bavasi, vice president and ;?en
! eral manager of the Los Angeles
' Dodgers, announcing that Ma:,
ager Wall Alston will be signed
to a contract for the 1959 season
i despite 'he poor showing of the
j 1958 club:
"There's been a lot of talk

about the manager. My choice is
i and always has been Walt Alston.

inerei e he win he back tor tne
1959 season."

THE CARLONI DUO, a sensational trick roller skating act
who make their local debut at the ATLAS GARDEN tonight.
Just arrived here from Ecuador, this young and vivacious team
perform thrilling tricks on skates never witnessed before in
Panama. They appear during the dinner show at eight thirty
every night with the Oscar Moreno musical Revue of ten Cuban
artists and the sensational and fantastic Reynaldo and Isabel
in their famous number "Frankenstein and the Lady". Ravr Ravr-neau
neau Ravr-neau and his sextette olay for the show and dancing until the
wee hours of the morn.

SANTA MONICA. Calif. Mr.
Phyllis Gates Fitzgerald, wife o
movie stpr roek hudson, testi testifying
fying testifying in court about her hush-irnl
before winning a divorce and a
$130.ono cash settlement:
"He wouldn't take me out, and
he said he didn't like to wear

ties or dress up. Once when I

asked him why he wouldn t speak
to me he hit me."

Z3J MAKE FRIENDS

When the host serves and there
Is a woman guest present at the
family dinner table he serves her
first. Some men always serve
their wives first.

But this is not correct when
there is any woman outside the
immediate family present.

L1J

by Dorothy Killga

Mill midnieht'e noUhnak: Frank

Sinatra and the Marquise de Por
tago, who got The Big Message
during his recent trip to Europe,
will do retakes on the romance in

Beverly Hills. In New York cafe
society, she's known as former
Southern belle Carl McDanioU H.

dow of the. dashing Fon de Porta

go, wno was uuea a year ago in

an auto racing tragedy. The Do Dominican
minican Dominican Renubllc is ha vine

press junket this month, and in inviting
viting inviting U.S. reporters to fly down
to the island to c.ver the vnt

promising Rafael Trujillo Jr. as

one of tne features of the trip.
In view of Junior's front paged
blast at the American nmii nn

July 23 ("liars"Nind the "Jic

worst were among his insulting
comments) it will be surprising if
any of Uncle Sam's journalists at.

tend.. Gene Tierney, looking fit

ana lovely,, arrived at Luchow's
With two escorts the other even.

ing just a few minutes after Aly

Khan, the great love of her life,
had departed. Aly's vis-a-vis that
nieht was another ehan Maun.

per reports claiming 20th Century

r ox pain szao.ooo tor screen rights
to "The King Must Die" were a
Surprise tO author Marv Renault

The correct figure is $75,000.

Racketeer Vito Genovpse'c orat.

est (and prettiest) fan is a chorus

giri onen quoted in the Broadway
columns... Piers Dixon, soi)of Great
Britain's Ambassador lei the TJttite1

Nations, is dating Marcurerit

Lampkin. Miss Lampkin is the

Louisiana lass Who taufiht Eliza

lien." She's anxious to return U
the Broadway stage, but wilt wail
for a vehicle that's more hers thai
his. .Call out the dragnet: Margue Marguerite
rite Marguerite Piazza's trombone wil
stolen from a midtown rehearsal
hall where she'd left it overnight
(Goodness, Marguerite, don't yot
know true musicians always takt
their intuments home witfc
them?)

Literary agent Jacques. Cham
brun flew up to Grace MetaHou
Laconia, N.H., home a few days a
go to get a synopsis of her new
book, "Tight White Collar" to nasi
around to the movie studios win
are eager to bid on it since Pey
ton Place" was such a success. &
far, the novelist has writeen onlj
W Pages, but she expect! to hav
we finished version on her pu
Wisher's desk within a month
(According p her New Englanc
peighbors, Miss Metalioua' fre

KMfgtoom could account for

aeai oi the delay on hei
manuscript.) m
Grace Kelly now wears aeveri
horn-rimmed gl,e, even with he
ball gowns..The Paris Symphonj
is so impressed by Dmitri Tiom
tkn"V.C,?rfor"Th01d Man ant
the Sea they will perforin it it
concert Oct. Uth...Night club co
Medians are discarding all th
Sherman Adams' Goldfine vi
utter at them any more.

ul 71 inree montJis ii

beth Tavlor th. Smiths f he can t n,.t tu. t"T.u

she used in "Raintree Countyi" pr3' will raise funds via a lit

lii rill -ipiAKqe, .s i

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alaE llai H 'BaaaaaT

Miss Gladys Zender, Miss Universe 1957-58, spent a few days
in Panama this week en route to South America from her re recent
cent recent trip to the United States where, In Lonz Beach, Califor California,
nia, California, she officiated at the crowning; of Miss Universe for 1958 1958-f9,
f9, 1958-f9, the very gracious Miss Luz Marina Zuluaga of Colombia.
Miss Zender Is shown hoarding AVIANCA'S EL PANAMENO
flight at Tocumen International Airport en route to Colombia.

Tights Promise To Sweep
Campus Stene This Fall

28

NORTH

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No one vulnerable
South West North' East
IV 14 N.T. Pass
5 Pass 6 4 Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead J

Ballerina Maria TsllehUf aalkil

ST., ?w onc city Ballet
until its Winter season at the City

..i uccause sne s expecting a
baby in three months...Kurt Kai Kai-ner
ner Kai-ner and Leora Dana have reached
an amicable divorce settlement and
she s moved into her own apart apartment
ment apartment in the fatllnnatit. r---. ru

ties.. .The glamorTboys at el Moro-

gl "y nave a bit of difficulty
Jeeognizing one of their perennial
favorites. Selene w.Ha. StlTl

dyed her blond hair brown for a

uivvie roie. i' .,
Diana Rirrvmim tjn. -..'.

i i tens unums
Uheturned down the chance to

Liu PP?sue Sm Leyene in his

w wtnnmn gnow, i "Make Mil

w7. j iest snov
Kannon It started with a i,r
arb veterS
ffiL? Xt Kannort
d'in W com
rf?!;?tr..M.

jT mvmtiy iu at Ma Ma-f
f Ma-f "l Cter -The M.rquia of Mi'

.t? 'j" Ooa before lona
akinned i rniu...,. -at L ,I

Hdakhd id tot.
blS A6n? lr. instead
f:2fLAst?.1Tt receipt of a

vn. A-piJfJ,.

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3 L anbbean USA Officers
Receive Degree From LSU

By GAY PAULEY

NEW YORK (UPI)- The new
est coed craze is taken right from
the circus.
Tights prpmise to sweep the co
try, hecoming as much a part of
the campus scene this fall as the
raccoon coat was last year.
Women's Wear Daily, the trade

publication, said the gignts or "era.
zy legs" as some itores call them,
quite definitely are the latest col college
lege college fad. But a spokesman added
they also are selling for chil Iren
and to the young suburban matron
for wear with casual clothes.
Almost all the tights are oi
slretch yarns, and come t the
waistline only.

teal, a grayed green.blue, and lilac

grape anu wine.

GORDON KEEL of Vancouver
writes: Here iii"a hand that may
interest you. I didn't have much
of an opening bid and can't blame
my partner for putting me )n six.
The use o.' the Blackwood conven convention
tion convention made me declarer at diamon
and Wist opened the jack of club.
"I won the trick in dummy and
played the aice of diamonds in
hoped of dropping a singleton nine.
When that failed Ikept as cheer cheerful
ful cheerful a countenance as possible and
ran off dummy's trumps.
"If Fast had hn elairvnvant

he might have realized the import.

' r. ,-1, ,., ,. ..f I

..,) ,.,) 1, .:u U--;' V.1....1.1 ance of his nine o. hearts and

....... i.,rnM h,n Kamm a rt n A Atir.lt Kilt

vvuuiu mi. im ii ci iii.au uuviv mul

in footwear, according In the Ks

tional,Shoe Institute. In brown a a-lone,
lone, a-lone, the range is from a subtle
gold to a blackened tone. Still go going
ing going strong are prints, to wear with
solid color dress or suit.

East discarded hearts early and

often.
"This put West in an unusual
squeeze. I wound up by cashing
dummy's other high club and re-

i Miiiru mice neat is aim me mug
rru . i-: v. i i . .

j lie very nign neeis are SKinny of spades. West had to blank MS
and toes remain pointed, needle, ace of spades in .order to hold
sharp for dress occasions but more1 three hearts. Now I took dummy's
tapered for casual and street queen of hearts and threw West
WCar. in with Ihe am nf snade Ha had

to lead to me and the slam
made."
The hand is most interesting. To
start with, North can't make the
slam or even five odd since a

For the college set, they're the U VllCvi r)!!UU!lllll spade will bo opened against him.

finiahine- touch for iumoers kilt-! - A heart lead would have beaten

length culottes or skirts, and in if DAllff. fhipf Keel onp ean hIame
some cases come coordinated with VI rWIIVV VII'VI j West for his club opening. As for
bulky knit sweaters. j j East's heart discards, I am In-
Most stores reported the solid, BOYD, Tex. (UPI) Police j dined to be a trifle more severe
colors best sellers lo dale. Chief Lee Cockrell was shol down 'ban Mr. Keel. East might have
But Ivy League stripe are n Main Street last n i h t seen that his heart nine could be
catching on and if a pirl wants, and nearly half Ihe population of important. Certainly his low spades
she also can buy pi-nts. The I'U.ls this little town vaihered to praise weren't.

tome in smooth fabric, in tweedy u. that .hnt him

textures and cable kniu S'.me ofi Cockrell was shot twice in the
tichtc frtr at In tho w, .ip irt ... ,,. i:i. i 2o

..... -. nacK ana one in me arm wnne

glamonzeo with Win strands ot , fh

metallic tnresd wn"tn in tnresi. uau. i i -j t.u. t

i niieKnu.v iinrMiriirii i.i vnrr 11

TbT 1 in h. Vim. M..,r r.,.- ,.i W. B. Horn on a "one-way
P bks,haVii.d,mo'.t ProP;;.;, z
--rAVrXiXV I": 1.rVrustt,tSthe Ho?ri, in Fort Wroth,

i u..- .i u- u,. serioullv wnunrlert. He unrierwent

."",r" ol u'"1 ... ..ifrtAvi am1 .....

111 W 11.

Thl'PP US Armv fSfikki.H

ficers formerly assigned to the

""ea and two ""n the
U.S. Army Forced Antilles and
the Military district of Puerto
Rico received degrees from Flnri Flnri-.
. Flnri-. J?ta.te University last Saturday,
in Tallahassee, Fla.
The five officers getting bache bachelor
lor bachelor of arts or science degrees
were enrolled in the FSU An.'ed
Forces College Program, which
gives members of the military an
opportunity to gain college credits
and a degree while serving their
country.
Of those receiving degrees, Lt.
Col. Jenis C. McMillan, formerly
of the Quartermaster Section, Co.
rozal, was accepted into FSU a
top scholastic fraternity. Phi Kae Kae-pa
pa Kae-pa Phi. McMillan received his de
gree in social studies and com completed
pleted completed his education with a 3.65
mark, an A-mimis average.
The other officers who were as assigned
signed assigned to this command vvere
Maj. David L. Cantor of the G-3
Section, USARCARIB; Maj. Frank
N. Roig, Fort Brooke. P.R.; SL
Lt. Francis B. Plehcner, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Forces Network: and 1st Lt.

Robert D. Cronin. Fort Brooke

P.R.

Like all those enrolled in FGU's

operation (Bootstrap' the off!

Citizens Gather
To Cheer Shooting
Of Police Chief

who

lay-

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Watt

Pais
Past

ing emphasis on leg and foot for

tan. Mans are snort, nosierv rno
shoes both come In rainbow lr,ie;
Take a look, for instance, al
stocking shades as ('"cribet! by
Ihe National Hosiery Manuf:ntiir
er Association.
"Riyhl up to the minute are
stocking in Pentle, hijfhl or inky
blues, soft pinks, soft roses an.1
wines, and subtle never gaivu

reds. Add to this a whole colli

"mrferv and was renorten

improved" today,
A'ter the shootinc. about 200
persons of the 500 in town
gathered around the City Hall. "I
hope he's dead." cried a voice
from the crowd. "We mre won't
y-ni veiled nnot'ier. TVre

were ew women In the group

"People who I've a rou i it!
are nfrcid to come to town."
service sta'ion narrator. "'

tinn of v.-iinwaH hron -v moss ar.tl were afrid thev d net a ticket."

a" greens, and nylons in purel Accounts of the unbafle
sp'in old, autumnal or-ne andl vnrie-1, nn'1 Wise County Sheriff
i'. to. -, earthy and baekenrf' Crl Ramfev said h had not yet
brow us. The. e, plus high fashion 1 completed bis investigation.

here

i

Thev

Q The bidding has

North East Soeth
14k Pass 2 4
3 Pass 3 V

3 Pass 7
You, South, hold:
31 MK 5J2 4A K Q .?
Whit do you dot
A Bid fir tlvo. TOO want
rour partner to bid Ihe slata if he

I an take the aacond diamond

lead.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South u
Pasi 2 Pass
2 A Pass 7
You, South, hold:
K87 vqsss t,t 4AJ7'
what do you do?

year 58 59 both will receive ba
ChF,.fCienc deiree deiree-k
k deiree-k Operation Bootstrap" ii
the Caribbean has been uAdet ti
direction of Dr.Calvin J. Wm
since its initiation here in leu
ruary 1957. Billman is schedule,
o leave his present asslgnn.en
to teach history at FSU, wher
be is an assistant professor, am
will be succeeded by Dr. Merril
A. Symonds, also ot FSU
Symonds was the former direc
tor of the FSU Armed Forces 'ri
ram at Tyndall Air Force Ban
Regiitration for FSU'a 1958 fal
term will get underway on th
Picific side of the Isthmus a
Fort Clayton on Sept. 11 and ll
and on the Atlantic side at For
Gulick on Sept. 9.
f
CONCESSION TO FOREIGNERS
NEW DELHI, India (U.PI)-TrH
government announced t
day it would allow foreigners tl
buy liquor and carry guns in an
attempt to increase India's touriil
trade. A transport mjniatry offl.
cial said the government also wai
rnnciHarinc tl,., ... n Ul : L.

ii i ,ii Mm touotsirap,' me otli-1 ",c Biuimieiii hi
cers studied on eamniu rfunna- ih rest houses designed for tourists.

last six months before graduation.

ine rest of the time they were in

the "Bootstrap" program their iiu

dy in classes conducted by FStf
professors on military sites.
Lt. Col. Albert G. Hume, of th8
G-l Section, USARCARIB, and Lt.
Col. John L. Blackwell, formeriy
of the G-4 SecUon, USARCARITi.
are scheduled to attend FSU in
February for a six-month period.

Upon successful completion of

their courses in the school's sec

NiW ANTI -HISTAMINE

BLOOMFIELD, N. J. (UPI) aa
Sobering Corp. today an
noiinred it is preparing to market
a new anti histamine for treatment
of asthma, hay fever and similar
allergies. Spokesmen said the new
drug called Polaramint is twice aa
potent ss its present anti hista histamine.
mine. histamine. Chlortrimeton.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
' (INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 14
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE

TO COLOMBIA,. ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SARMIENTO" '-7I August 17
S. "FLAMENCO" v. . .August 25
TO UNITED KING4KIM 1 VtA CARTAGENA, LA GUA4RA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (2d,228 tons)
( AJr-CendiUOfttl) . . Sept. M
. ..:t' nNitktD ktWODOM direct""
S.S. "COTOPAXI" At. M
M.V. "SALINAS SeVt.
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTDHOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
"VftftTH PACIFIC PRT8
S.S. "DIEMERDVK" Uf 22
S.S. "DINTELDYK" Sept. 9
Vfr 1 1 KCONTINFNT v '7!
S.S. "DAIERnVK" ...,t ArwM.t u
8.S. "DONGEDYK" , August 24
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1 ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
I J s&. MR rf 1

Church of Christ
sveka Sunday l
I.UO p.m.
OUSTOBU.; Anerlci l, S" -Services
fcunUy IUI
in 111IIV ilauu No 80 10 Bl
Sunday 440 o-
lUle aJ.
undy 4chuol
a.ii m.
Dlu. M
ncon euvo.
ataeaaar
to UMtU
MtHm
ttaptist
COCOLI BATtW' nj,C"
......
Sunday School
XEbjng worship
viM Worsnip ....
J?ra!r Meetiriii & Bbi
Kowowwoa-lrt Monoay
kadi HOW
ben Mori
.& a.m.
xi ;w
, .au V
7:30 p.
7:00 p.i
7 AO
1 JO p i
FIRST' BAPTU1 CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
27 An con Boulevard
Dn Balboa HaltDta
Phont ttalboa 1727
William a Beaby. Paatoi
Sunday School
Morning Worship .....
Baptist Training Union
9:30 a m
10:15 a.m
8.30 p.m
7:30 p m
7:00 p m
Evangelistic service ........
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
W M.S. Bible Study Xbura Xbura-daya
daya Xbura-daya
Men a Brotherhood (Uurt
Monday in month ........
:0tl a J.
1 JO p
rtatST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Zen
Rev. Wendail C Park, Paitoi
duna Scuuoi .i.
Mornin llM ...viii.
U:::::
Brotherhood, Tuesday ....
Prayer Services, Wednesday
W.l.U, 1st 3rd ttldly
G.A., R.A., b Sunbeams.
a:lt a.i
11:00 a.m
ao pjn
7:45 pm
Tfo 5S
, 7:00 pm
fridaya
3:30 PA
i a ,1 e ye 0
Salvation Army
iMon-lXiiominational Rvangelistk
Meattngf)
PANAMA CITY
Major Mrs. W. Bishop
February Street, Phone: 2S-200S4
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO, C.Z.
Envoy at Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
CATUN
s on Sundav School
Church School, with Adult Bib la
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain Jt Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38-743
11 :00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Met
feeling
lav scnooi
t ifl salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, CI.
Envoy J. OHI
1:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Rev. Oscsr W. Olsaa, Pastor
Balboa Read at Ban Pablo Street
Sinn. .isChurch Office 2-3231
g'30 a.m. Church School Free bus
rmmmmm for alt 1IH.
10:30 SJa. yyorsnip oarvjw '-
Expanded Session for Nursery. Kinder Kinder-aatrW
aatrW Kinder-aatrW arid Primary Dpts. Church
Time Nursery for children under. 1 yr.
1:00 pm. Junior High Fellowship
Pott Hit Fellowship.
7:00 r.m. Senior High Fellowship.
Telephone, 8-355
T:M Salvation Meeting;
Claas 9 45.
C Service of Worship 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. $:4l.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hvy.
Rev Theodore E. Franklin Pajtot
Phonterttlce, S-284J. Res 3-14l
SbS! Church School Bus service
Classes: Nursery "uua"
. uMln IVnrsnin.
1 1 ,m a. hi. aawja ------ .
Nnrran' for Infants and small chll
IM in. Junior Fellovryhtp.
.i m V,th rallnwsh O.
A coSmlete schedule of auxiliary c
4I..T.I.. .nrt fficlat meetlnm as an
nounced from week to week.
Walker M. Aider.. Pa.fr
Off : 0-470 Res .-130
:30 p.m. Sundav School
...rt aStei.tMtf Wnrshtn.
1U ,w ,w w ...... p ' r M
Official meetings nd week-day "ttt
rltlaa aa announced.
3 (!;''
a7aTePaaa1

Unitarian

Caurdtes t t laHka la
w desk writ ma y Weekmstov

f tKf j SfMfiT 9 church m- j
Ministers. seo.t.fi. ,elite are ask- t. (.term rate
ef Plasm ) Cel.n, Rulic IMM, estee "tltom. at ell
time mm i wmn te rme N cMIMa

As a aaakHc service, Tke Panama

Itiene, naticaa kaurt t weeakip ead erhai regular acti.itiei
- Listiags are MtpteeJ tram Urn ta time Denomiitatiem kaving ealT
aa r two cSRjrftw ar Keted uadat "OMm CmmImi t Servke
A special listing M included e servieas st Army Mat, Alt Pert

Catholic
Sunday Masses: 1 00. IH 10 0 sn8
Holy uy W!
pd B 00 p.m
ConfFlon. Saturday.
and 7 :00 to 1:00 D m Th
I JO M
itrwUy. Ifcetar
First Inmji. 7:9U U uu p-m
Miraculous Ueefel Nevaeav IM 0
on Monday
Ctechlss clam aflat tha I OC naaa
on Sunday
Wodnotday
UUD M1K-4UM
ConttoSlonoi f9j JiJS
IS t 1:00 par. TBuroday katero flnt
rririav i :00 O m
Sacrad Rain PBWMi 140 M)
frldaya
Catachlm Claaai :i to a.i pm on
Thuraday.
OUK LADY Ot rATIMA-Cd.
Sunday Km at a m.
Holy Day Mana at i:30 p m.
Conftawiona: 6:00 to :tf p.m. an Sat
Cataehieas
Claai Saturday I JO to U
ST.
Sunday Masse at 7:00 and 3:11 am
Holy Day Mass at :M p.m.
Weekday Massea: . :00 a.m.
Confasslons: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
a-.tn tn TdS.
Catchl...n Claaa: SUBOay a to la a to
p.m.
Mlraculou neoai navena
1:00 p.m
en Friday.
Convert
Instructional
Thursday 1:10
p.m.
ST. V1NCEN TS-Panam Oty
Sundav Masses: 0:00 and 1:30 a.nt.
Holy Dav Masses: 8:30 and 3:00 p.m.
(It It falls on Saturday th Masses are
8:00 and 8 JO a.m I
Confessions: Saturday 1:00 to S:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m Tburadav before Plrst
rriday 730 o.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Sta-Uons
Uons Sta-Uons of the Cross: friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Claas: After :o mam on
Sunday
Tburadav
Convert Clam. 8J0 p.m. ruesaay sno
ST. THERESA'S Coeah
Sunday Maw: 8:30 am.
Holv Day Mam: 8:00 s.m (It H falls
on Saturday-8:I0 aj.) ,."
aterhlam Clam: 8J0 to 8:00 p m da
day
Confeaalona: s:w to a:ov a.m no.j
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SU4
Parque Lefsvre t
Sunday Masaea 8:30 arid 8:30 a.m.
w..k i lava Mam: 1:30 Men.. Thurs
Fri. an
3f
and SaC FK, iraiiaaav a.w a
I :oo. aJB. ,w ;v
Confessions: 3:80 to 1J0 and 7 MO til
8:00 p.m. on Saturday. t s2.
Mlraeulaus Medal NOvpno rlday IM
?. i. J, a...aaa
catecnism v-iaaa a .ou p.m i
an. rHEREsrs-L. (ee
Convert Class: Monday 7 5 p.m.
Sunday Mam: 7:00 a.m.
Holy
Dav Mass
SJO n.
Confe
eaalons: Saturday 1:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before Frrat rnoay aw pjd.
r.i.rhtsm Clam: 3:15 o.m on B
Sacred Heart Novena! 7.oo pm.
rrldav
p.m on Iburaday
convert i.ia.w.
E
ST
etos
Sundav
Masses: 3:18, 8:00 and 0:15 s.m
Hoi;
ly Day Masses;
5:4& ana a:w a.m
5:45 p
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
70 to 8:00 rl.m.
Miraculous Medal novae I waoneanas'
ill and 7:00 p.m.
baerea riearx atovarmi uyi
Sunday Evening Services 7:00
Convert Class: 7:15 P-r. on
nit Thursdays .)
Catechism Class: aunaay ie:ie
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to ; pm.
First Frinav nxnosirion ot ivinsi meaa-
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 8:30
a.m. Saturday mom In.
First Saturday Devotions to our iaoj
f r.timThe Holv Rosarv 5:00 a.m.
First Communion instructions tor chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 8:00 to
7:00 p.m. t
MIRACULOUS MEDAI-Crlstobal
Sunday Masses: 1 K, 0:00 and 10:30 s.m
Holy Day Masses: a to. 'to a.m. ana
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4 to to 8:00 and
7:00 to I JO p.m. After Rosary eaeh eve
ning.
Mil
raculoua Medal Novena i 3:15 and
o.m. on Monday.
7:00 p.m. on Monday
Catechism Class: Aft 8:00 Mam )
Sunday.
First rrway s
Exposition all day during
the School
Year.
First Saturday: Mam at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Mamas: 730, :30. li :iv aiu
first Saturday Mass:
Weekday Masses:
Samrdiy ... 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Mosses- 7 JO a.m.
Confession .. t:4S p.m to
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction ............
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group
8:00 a m
8:00 a.m
?:00 p.m
:00 p.m
8:11 p.m
4:13 pm
7:00 p.m
7 JO pm.
every rnoay.
1st
rr
Friday Devotions
7:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
1st Saturday
Devotion
4 ST. VINCENTS Rainbow Clly
Sunday Mamss: 8:30 am and 8:00
a.m. i
Holy Day Masses: 1:00 am and 3:0V
orn. i
Confessions: 4 JO to 3:00 and 7 iB) t
8:00 p.m Saturday.
cetacniam caw; i: a m. en Sunday
Convert Clam Overs Mondsy al 7 to
m. y '
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7lM mm
an Tuesday.
Sdcred Heart f-'ovene: 7 00 pm. or
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
Sundav Mm' 3:11 a m
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 n m
qmmmm Tso to-j.-oo m
urdlv.
Caterklam Clas' 4 on r m an Monda
OUR LADY OP OrtOft coUNSn.
lav 1
Holy Day
Mass.: 00 a m and SsM
pro
Conteaeloa Saturday It 7:00 p m and
after all evening devotktpa.
Bapilsms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:00 pm
on Tiiaaday
Sacred Heart Noianai 7:00 p.m an
rlday.
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Rellalous Instruction Clam far chil
Friday
dren: 4:00 p.m an Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults ICetl.
auctea in spaniani: i:o p.m on Man-
a
Convert Instructions by appointment

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American Natl W, by
Episcopal
Tha Rt Rev
Oeadaa. I T O
Tke Vary Pan. MaUiarl J Pitsrssa,
BJ.T..
AMLtM
Tttt CATkTEORAL
ST. I.UKS
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 a m Holy Communion.
:U e.m Church School iHolv Com
munion 3rd Sunday )
IM ia Ban la communion, are gun
day 1 ..
JBscuala Uomlnlcal P:l t ot
11:00 a.m Morning Prs.vet and Sat
rum. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7 :00 p.m Cvenins Sarvtea.
WIDNaSDAxS
.SO n, Holy Communion
7:00 pm Bveaumg Prayer
HOLY DAYS
Holy Communion
Haty Communion
PAILT
1:00 am
I JO a m
I It a. am Morning Praym
U:00 Mu -day Miwionary Prayer
COCOLI
Church at
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest la Charse
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Family Prayer and
Church School f JO am
t Also Holy Communion and.
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 am
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 8:00 a. m
COEOZAL
l
Chapel The dead Shepherd
Tke Rev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest U Charge
FRIDAYS
8:ou a.m. Morning prayer.
(H.C. first rriday each Month)
AMROA
St. Simon s Chut, h
The Rev John Spear Priest tn Charge
Choral Eucharist i
iirttiA.v.
man .. cuoam
Church School 3:00 p m
Episcopal Young Churchman :oo p m
Evensoni nd Sermon .... 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning prayer ana noty
Communion ................
Evening Prayer
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
t:0ti a.m
740 pm
WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS
Hnlv Commun im I :0 a
Morning Priyef fig I
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist
Office of Compline ...
tik BOCA
St P.l.r I hiir, fc
8:30 a m
0:00 p m
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning prayer ana cnurcn
SchoO", :00 s.m
mon .. 10 JO a.m
Confirmation Clam 3:30 a-m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
EvensonsNand Address .... 7:30 p.m
trrf MONnavs
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 7 JO p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holv Communion 0:00 a. m
PALO SBCO.
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Braros Blvd.
Th Rev. Jem K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
"I
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
Church School.
li:oo a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
, PARAISO
Tht Rev. Allan R. Wentt.
Priast In Charge
Tke Re. David A Osborne,
vicar Em en m
SUNDAYfe
3:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A
SrTtlOTl
:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3 .00 nm Church School
(heid In Buildink 1S1)
s:w p.m Youth FaUewahlp
7 Ml -) m. Ev anions and Addrma.
3nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 p la Woman Auxiliary ana ai
tar Guild Meeting
PANAMA an
St Paul's Church
The Ven. Lemuel B Shirley, Reefer
The Rev. CarMen O. Morales, Aeet
SCNDAVL
8:00 a.m. Holy communion
-O'Ott a.m Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 a m Mom in i prayer and Churen
School
12:00 not Holy Baptism
7 tOO ..m Solemn reaper
TUESDAYS
8:30 a m Holy Communion
7 JO p m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
:M) am Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
rutins; ays AND FRIDAYS
8:30 ( m. Holv. Communion
HOLY DAYS
0 00 a.m. Holy Communis).
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
- Episcopal
Colon. Ft. P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington!
The Rev. Jam., peter termer, Radar
The Ray.
sienry a, nnu, Asaisiani
SUNDAY
l oo a.m. Holy Corrununlen,
1:80 a.m Morning Prayer
8:00 a m Choral Euchlnst and
10:30 a m. Church senoei. -7:30
p.m. Selanvn Evensong arid
Set
0:00 a.M. Holy CosunuAleR.
7 M s.m Morning Prayer.
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
WEDNESDAY
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a m Morning Prayer
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
1:00 a.m. Children Eucharlat
8 :00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7 do a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m- Evening Prayer.
7 -30 p m Compline and MtdlUtlon
MONDAY. TUESDAY At THURSDAY
RIO ABAJO
C Christopher t hurch
IVttl Strt, rpjroti lavaTafoivrv
The Rev. Clarence W. Heyea,

l.-OO m Holy Communion.
7:30 l.to Sung Eucharist and SV niton
lf'JO a.m Morninr Prayer and Church

school,
it to noon Haty SapUaaa.
JO pjn Cvemienf and Sermon
7:30 a.m lit and 3rd. Woman a Aurl-
L Uanr.
TUESDAYS
1:30pm Junior Daughter of the
King.
7:30 p m Youth relmwshio.
WEDNESDAYS
1:00 am Hoy communion.
T 00 p.m fvenmg Prayer and R eligioui
lnntructlona
THURSDAYS
1:00 p.m Girls friend) Society.
IMm Ui and 3rd. Singleton
SATURDAYS
I JO e.m Junior ConflrauUon Clam.
Othci Churches
CHURCH OP TH MABAaWa
448 rrangtpanl St. A noon c.Z.
Rev Elmer O Neatoa. Pastor
Box 27 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 203
Sunday School 1:13 am
Worship Service 10:43 a m
Youth Service :lom
Evangelistic Service .....k. 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 1 JO pm
METHODIST
Sunday: I am. Panama Wesley
10 3U a m. Bunaay scnooi.
" 7:11 p.m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
Sunday T a.m. Paralao
10 s.m. raraisp ounuay acnoui
" 7: is p.m. Paralao Evangelical
Service.
CHURCH OP TIIB RAZABRNI
Margarita School Gymnasium
Paster Ralph L. Hyeeaf
Writ: Box 5013 MirgarlU, C.Z
Sunday School 0:15 nt
Morning Worship 11:00 s.m
Evening Service 7 J0 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P 8ra street East
rl N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship 0:30 a.m
Sl.ndav Rehnal 3:00 0 m
Sunday Masaea 1. 7:1 11:41
I AhatA. R.P.
Sunday School :00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetin Thursdays at 7 JO pm and
Sundavs at 1:00 pm Win Memorial
808 Balboa Road Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mermen)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a m
Sundav School: Sunday 10:00 a.m
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 8 to pm
Relief Society, Tuesday so a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 300, Schoolhouse Road. Gtun
Sunday scnooi: sunoay :av a.m
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 a m
CimtlNDD PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm HesrUtl Church"
Milton K Leldlg. Minister
in,, n.. nt-711S Of 83-5103
Sundav School .'...w S:30 s.m
t a i.m for everv aae)
Morning Worship
.. m i 1 1 -no a.m
Youth Fellowship
1:00 p.m.
Eevfelni WorshJji. ........ J:oo p.i
Prayer and Pralie (Wed.) 7:00 p.i
7:00 p.m
i.m
A church nursey in provtaea.
jfeiiTwStoS Mu-
smament of Unction (Heeirng Sr;
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 JO p.m
i al an bat
Panama n. r
Rt Rev T tu D. D Slshoe
officiating
Morning devotion X? "'
?J!;i!r.ti wnrahhi 11:00 a.m
und:v'"icho.i ;ooP.m.
THE CHRIST ADELPH1ANS
fanama District
Scout Hsll. Rainbow City
Sunday School
Morning Service .. 10 m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at
r.:.. r.,i. 7 :30 p.m
Visitors are weieome at all services
and classes.
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 rirst Street
3W.S-f
(upstairs American Baraar)
Btudy Class Thursdays. iao p-
B ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Paralao, C.E.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastoi
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Sarvl.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p m. Gospel Service.
vtnnriav 7:30 Younc Peonies Society
Wednesday I 730 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday! 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OP GOD
18th St. (Monte Oseuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sundsy School 1:30 s.m
Momln8 Worship 10:30 s.m.
Sunday Night service i:v p m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St.. Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sundav School 0:30 a.m
Mornin Worship 40:30 s.m.
Sundsy Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OP GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hines Pallor
Sundav School 10:00 a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OP DOG
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sis.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 0:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a in
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near OlaMo scnooi)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 31 Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phones: Home. GtnNie 217
Church Balba 4311
SuAdiy School 10:00 a m
Worship Set-vie 11:00 a.m.
Youth ServleO 7:C0 p.m.
evangelistic Service 7:80 om
WodResday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service 7:30 p.m
Lutheran
BKDKF.MER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Ballxiii Hoad at Wight Street
Rev. Robert P Gntsick, Pastor
Mr. Frederick 8. illlrk, Vlear
P.O. Box 861. Bilbos
Sunday School, Bible Clam 0 a.m.
Divine Service 10:11 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday
th month.
Atlantic Sid
Our saviour's Kplecoael Chapel
Third street and MMendex Ave.
New Cristobal
Sunday School, Bible Class a.m.
Divine Service 10:13 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the
month.

Jewish

jiwiii Meltare isoaro Bid 7M-JL La
Sues 3oan Balboa. C I
Rabbi Nathan
v t w 1 1 Director.
?ervic Friday
7 JO pm Saturday
i :3( P m
I See a
listing ot Jewish tarvlcea
Bae and Station
une'e pot
Congregation Kol Sheantn lsraei Ave
la CTiba and Mth Street Bella Vieta.
Panam Citv Services 8:00 p.m
Christian Scientist
CtUUSilAA Cla.NLS UCKCHts
ffcrat Cburdi oi Christ, scientist An cm
MO Aaeao Boulevard
sjunoay ti to, edneda s pm
Sundav School 040 a.m
trat Charca ut Canal, Manual, cnatoha
13th Streei Sollvai HiHva
stunnav tchnoi it em
11 TO a.m yyeoneaaay a:w p m
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDk
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School
Mnrnina Worship
STO
10 uo
10:00
Church -time Nursery School.
crvBM rt iVTOM
Sunday School latuucung no.

m i ''w'rahio 10 30 Quarteriruster OHice, were presented with Department of the Army suggestion certilicates signiiyinf
Thurday Evertng'' Mid-Week I that ideas they proposed have been adopted by the command. Left to right are Lt. Col. James H.
Service u Herndon, chief of the subsistence division; Joseph N. Pile of 3rd November Street, Guachapali; Tar Tar-Youth
Youth Tar-Youth Fellowship-Sunday .... to iinKton Belerave. 2824 13th Street, Rio Abajo; Alfre do Scigliano, 23 14th Street, San Francisco and He-
l . 1 t- T1-J

FriRT kobre
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service. Rio Hato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship-Thurs. ..
Officer's Christian Union Thur.
Al, BROOK AIR FORCk BASE
Sunday tichooi
aa..i, nihla Claaa INCO Club)..
Mnrnina Worship :30 A 10:45
YeajthWllowahlp
UA NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday scnooi
Mnrnina Worship
:3U
ll.Oli
Holy Communion First Sundsy
of Month)
15th NLj HEADQUARTERS CHAFIX
Morning Worship
iHoly Communion First Sundsy
of Month).
Nvl Radii. Station. Summit...
3M
Catholla
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mam
Sunday Masse
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday
6:30
8:31
7:00
:30
3:00
8:23
FORI CLAYTON
Dally Mam
Sunday Mamas
Conf eaalons Saturday
6:4b
.7:45 A
8:30 A
Oil
8:00
FORT K.OBBE
Daily Mass
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses 8:00 ar
Monday Novena Devotions . .
Conf esaions Saturday.. 8:00 A
6:15
9:110
11 :43
7:30
7:30
CpROZAL
10:30
sunaay masa
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mam
Saturday Mam V.Va" .V-na
Novena Servlces-Tueeday 7:08
Conf eions-Saturdy 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mam
9:30
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday x oa
USO-JWB, Balboa
Friday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protwtanl
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Morning Worship ...
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday
KYBB Wednesdsy Post .hapel
Choir Practice Wednesday -Post
Chapel
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wednesdsy ......
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs.
7:38
4:04
5:30
0:00
10:30
im
1:31
7:30
0:30
10:45
1:30
7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School
Mornini Worship U,uw
Holy Communion First Sundsy
eef Month!
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday -Mass
Confessions: Saturday
7.00
:3ll
6:0U
8:45
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Seturday
7:00
7:00
7:45 A
. 1:00 A
10:15
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, coco soio
Dally Mam
Saturday Masa
Sunday Man
4:00
8:30
9:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass
7:30
Jewish
FORT GUUCK
Tuesdsy a
Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox services sre conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anunclstion,
Via Beli.-ario Porras. San Francisco d
la Caleta, Panama City. R.P., and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P., on jlternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 0:30. For further Information
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
82-3118.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all church
as follows:
SATURDAY :
Sabbath School 9.30 m.
Divine SOrvie 1100 a.m.
Youth's llaetini 4:S0 pm
WEDNESDAY :
Bible Study
7:30 p.m.
end Prsyer Sarviee
Pacific Sid Panama
Paster W H. Waller Tal 28-3-3608
Cabo Verde, Ave J I de Is Osss
No. 17 Chorrlllo Mth No 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2 A St between 3rd end 4th
St. Rio Abalo llth No 27 Gamboa
and Frlloles.
Pastor O. D. Williams in 1310
Pastor A. A. Grlzilt Tel 8 102
Spanish Churches Pacific bide Panama
pastor Noroerio viuro;
Panama. Call Darten No 3
Pedr'ial Y Nuevo Guararl.
Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A. Jffrles-TI. 38828L
Colon
Cristobal tngllsh 18th Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanish-18th Bolivar Ave.
Central office:
0644 Gavilan Road Tel. 2-1131 It 2 3531

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REWARDED TUK lUKAs
len J. thtldr88, uurunau.
Three guest preachers will be
heard al, the First lihmian Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church this Sunday when tn
Annual Missionary Campaign get.
under way.
The missionary theme this year
is: "The Field is the World. Go
I .. ii I. u ,.,.1.1 .,,,,1 nraofli li.-
nut) an tuc ti vi iu u
Gospel.
Among the special features in
connection with the celebration this
year will be the showing of films
on missionary work in San Bias
by Dr. R. N. Icke of Gorgas and
Coco Solo Hospitals, a special
message by the Rev. Epnraim
former missionary to the Valienle
Indians, and the musical bavK
ground that will be given by four
choirs on Monday night when the
campaign will be brought to a
close
The following are the services
listed:
Sunday at 9:45 a.m., Sunu.iy
School lor all ages when scrmtur
al authority for the missionary ent
erprise will be cited. 11 a.m., mis-
sionary service witn tne pasier oi
Calvarv BaDtist Church in Pana.
ma City, 'he Rev. Louis A. Sealey,
as guest preacher.
a n m miss onarv program witn
the preacher of Chilibre, the Rev.
Errol Palmer, a guest preacner.
7 p.m., missionary service "hen
Dr. R. N. Icke will be the guest
preacher. Dr. Icke will illustrate
his message with films on mission,
arv work in San Bias.
Monday at 7:30 p.m., the series
of meetings will he brought to i
close with the associate pastor of
the First 'Baptist Church, Balboa
the Rev. Elton S. Vickers. and 'he
Rev. Ephraim Alphonse as guest
speakers. The choir of the BaDtist
seminary with the Rev. Errol
Palmer as director toge'her with
the three choirs of the First Isth
mian Church will render special
numbers at this service. A number
of prominent men and women of
the comunity will attend. All are
invited to attend.
Officers Complete
Orientation Course
At Ft. Harrison
Two officers from the Panama
area and two from the Antilles
completed a five.day orientation
course today t Fort Benjamin
Harrison, Ind., on the new U S
army pay system, which will go
into effect Jan. 1, 1959.
Maj. Lawrence R. Chase of the
Adjutant General's Office, U. S
Army Caribbean and Capt. Cnarlei
E. Jones, executive officer of the
USARCAIB Finance Section a
long with Capt. John R. Hedrich
of Fort Brooke, P R and 1st Lt.
Rr,wt E Roeers of Fort Buch:i
nan, P.R., are due to leave the
Army's Finance Center in Indiana
this weekend 'or Fort Mayer, Va.,
where thfy will observe the n n-system
system n-system in use. The new pay pro program
gram program has been under test since
Julv 1956.
The quartet of officers from this
command will remain at Fort
Myer until Aug. 20.
Panama Wilhohlds
Definite Approval
Of Coffee Pad
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16 (UP1) (UP1)-Panama
Panama (UP1)-Panama has not yet given her de definite
finite definite assent to the propoaal
greed upon in principle Thursday,
to withhold coffee exports to
strenglnen the market.
Pajnamnin Ambassador Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do M. Aria3 said todsy that he
plans personally to atttnd next
week's scheduled mooting among
Latin American cof.ee producers
for a renewed study oi tne agree
ment.
"w rin nnt orouose to be a
stumbling block in one of the most
Important Panamerican efforts in
recent years," Arias said. "Pana "Panama
ma "Panama is not a regular exporter ot
coffee but if it is a question of
presenting a united front, we want
to be among those willing to sup support
port support our neighbor countries.'

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8 CHURCHES
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rour rmpiojes oi me suosisience

icj.ci, muij runui

New Enlisted Promotion Board
Elevates Four Carib Sergeants

Four sergeants in U.S. Arm
Carihbean, including two from
Puerto Rico, were promoted (o the!
rank of E 8 this week. Headquar-
ters, USARCAR1B announced. :
Promoted to master sergeant1
,11,8 were
Nicholas G. Davila oi'

Fort Buchanan, P.R.. and Gene board considers such factors a a-G.
G. a-G. Ward of the Security Service' total service, time in grade timi
Detachment. Fort Amadibr.' I in position vacancy and sergean
Master sergeants E-7 RafatV major credit.
Gutierrez of Fort Buehana, P R.. Sergeant major credit is award
and Anthony R. Barsi of the ed to individuals who are present
549th MP Company, Fort GuMcV. ly occupving seargeanl maior ro
were promoted to first serge:"Us sitions and is determined by thl
E 8. number of authorized first ser.
geant positions under the supervi,
The four E-8 promotions were sion of the sergeant major beinj
the first tc be made in this com. recommended for promotion. -mand
by.' the newly, formed En I The scores of the 12 men e
listed Promotion "Board. The board: cently considered by the Enlistej
consisted of officers and enlis'ed Promotion Board ranged from i

1 members of USARCARIB units,!
j who studied and evaluated the!
records of those recommended for
1 appointment to the grade of F-8.
; Final selection was made by the.
commannmg general, usakla-
RIB.

Th&.board wUl. Tview afuUajyKW m
recommendations for DromDtionsWsovernment

grades ii-8 and i.-9 until the En
listed Evaluation System is iully
i impiementeu wiinin uaAMCAt'.iB.
As with the four enlisted men
promoted Monday the records of
BUILT

paTth p
When your life it eslab eslab-llshed
llshed eslab-llshed on unwavering trust WM,
in God, it ii founded on o m
Dock that con withstand Jpfj
eyilornv

"A Church With Missions At The Heart"
8:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"HOW A CHURCH IS BORN"
New studies In the book of Thessalonians.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
A well disciplined school is necessary to get the
truth into hearts and minds Our 40 teachers and
workers provided vou with such a school.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Have you ever wished you could be more active in
Christian service? Then this Is the training you need.
7 :30 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
"Mrs. Pilate And Her Dream"
God used a fjream to give Pilate a- warning; but
Mrs. Pilate misinterpreted the dream
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED

for today's living

Th only rol happiness comas
ing God first plot in your heart
life every dav.

) START YOUR WEEK WITH WORSHIP

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
Is your home enrolled in a Bible teaching S.S.? God's
Word is taught in every class. We would encourage par parents
ents parents to set a right example by coming with their children.
Plenty of class discussion on the Word.
11:00 "THE MAN WHO PURSUED DEATH"
Why would a man pursue death after he had been warn warned?
ed? warned? A timely message for our generation. You will meet
friendly people who worship here
6:00 JET CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
A good place to be with vour friends. i
7:00 "HOLY SPIRIT AND WITNESSING"
If you have no evening service whv not come. You will
hear the word of God preached in this series of messages
on the Holv Spirit.
NURSERY EVANGELICAL MISSIONARY

nivisiun, u.o. .ititiy cariuucua

each man recommended will hi
thoroughly screened by the horn
and a point. system will be ap
plied- to insure that the best qii3
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ClTTPntT ATTnTTRT 16 10 ,4
Dodgers Leap Back Into First

T f TVT T i
Division Ui J .L. 1

Sweep Twinbill From
St. Louis Cardinals
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UPI) Those daffy
Dodgers are back in the first division today, thanks
to one of the neatest jumps since Steve Brodie took
his famous flyer from the Brooklyn bridge.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based en 300 official at batt)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Only four days ago, the Dodgers
were floundering around in the Au
uonal League cellar, but now
iey're looking smart and sas.
in a fourth.place tie with the Car.
dinals.
It's the first time they ve Jeen
this high since the opening wee
Of the season and if they notice
some kind o funny smell they may
be assured it is only fresh air.
They negotiated the big jumn
bv sweeping a two-night double
header lrom the Cardinals last
Bjht winning the 11-inning open opener
er opener 4-3. and the nightcap, 5,3.
Elmer Valo's pinch single with
the bases loaded off Larry Jackson
lr the lUh inning gave reliever
Clem Laoine his sixth victory in
the opener. Carl Furillo and Don
Zimer homered for Los Angeles
while Gene F'reese and Ken Bujei
connected for St. -Louis.
The Dodgers collected only five
hits in the nightcap but two of
them were homers by pitcher
S;an Williams and Gil Hodgus.
Williams had a 5-0 lead, then ran
into a Cardinal rally in the ii.tn
that brought in winner Johnny
Klippstein from the bullpen. Curt
Flood homered for the Cards.
The Milwaukee Brakes length lengthened
ened lengthened their lead to stven games
with a 10 victory over the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies; Cincinnati srap.
pod Pittsburgh's seven game
winning streak, 6.1, and the Cubs
defeated the Giants, 3-1, in 0
innings.

In the American league, me
Yankees' lead was sliced to 13 i-2j
games when they dropped a 62 del
ricinn tn the Red Sox: Washington

Ashburn, Phila.
Musial, St. L.
Mays, S. Fco.
Aaron, Mil.
Skinner, Pitt.
Dark, Chi.
Banks, Chi.
Cepeda, S. Fco.

defeated Baltimore, 3-1; Kansas' Walls, Chi.
Citv crushed Detroit, 12.5, and Chi- Boyer, St. L.

cago edged Cleveland, 4-3.
Wes Covington drove in the only
run in Milwaukee's win over Phi

ladelphia when he singled home.
Eddie Mathews in the eighth in (Runnels, Bos.
ning. Carlton Willey limited the Cerv, K. C.
Phils to six hits in beating Ko.ji.i Goddman. Chi.
Roberts for his eighth victory of Kuenn, Det.

the year, lne loss was KODero
11th against 12 wins. One of Phi
ladelphia's hits was a thiru uniic
single by Richie Ashburn, the 2.
000th hit of his major league car
eer.

GAM H Pet.
109 440 70 ISO .341
107 376 54 126 .335
112 447 80 148 .331

13 451 87 147 .326

108 402 74 129 .321
98 395 44 124 .314
116 446 91 145 .311
111 449 66 139 .310
115 454 73 139 .306
110 416 71 122 .293

AMERICAN LEAGUE

G AB R H Pet.
106 408 76 134 .328
104 387 70 125 .323
80 303 34 98 .323
102 413 54 133 .322
108 433 74 138 .319
108 401 72 126 .314
104 324 67 101 .312

Power, Cleve.
Sievers, Wash
Williams. Bos
Jensen, Bos.

Mantle,
Siebern

N.
N.

113 406 67 126 .310
112 389 92 119 .306
97 330 56 101 .306

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In Panama Founding Feature

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HOME RUNS
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Robinson, Redlegs

American League
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Jensen. Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians

RUNS BATTED IN

Lindy McDaniel
Sent To Omaha
To Gain Polish'

ST. LOUIS
Daniel, who
brother, Von
"modern day

(UPD Lindy
teamed with
last year as
Deans'' of the

Mc.
his
the
St

Louis Cardinals, today was on hr-

way to Omaha of the American
Association. Von was sent to Win Win-stoSalera,
stoSalera, Win-stoSalera, N.C., earlier this year
Lindy was optioned by the P" I
birds Thursday. He had a 5-7 re
ord, further blemished by 5n
' earned run average close to f,.
Between them last year the
brothers won 22 games while los losing
ing losing 14.
The disappointing twosome, on
whom the Cardinals had pir.nej
their pennant hopes this year,
may be nack be ore the end o.
the season.
"They ought to get the polish
they need in the 'minors.'' a r:ir.

dinal spokesman said. We kno

Lindy wil

and there is a strong nossibiiMy

Von will be with him

Dee Fondy singled home the de
elding runs in a ive-run rally that

powered the Redlegs to men
iriumpn over the firaies. Fondy
lineu nis game. winning nit oU ii
lie Elroy race, who had relieved
loser Ronnie Kline in the eignm,
the irame lhat Keaiegs scored their
live runs. Bob Purkey held nis
ex-Pirate teammates to five hits
for his 14th vietory. Frank Robin Robinson
son Robinson homered for Cincinnati.
Catcher Cal Neeman's 10th in.
ning homer olf Stu Miller decided
the game between the Cuus a;iu
...i,,.,, jiViioiian Le Wails also
singieuiiome another insurance
run. Dave Hillman Sirut-K oui 1J

baUers anu gave up only six nus
in posting nib inird victory. Orlan
do Cepeoa's 22nd homer tied me
score ai 1-1 in the ninth.
Red Sox rookie Teu iJowslield,
developing into something Oi a
thorn i.or the YanKees, ueat ihcmj
lor the second time in live uays j
with a seven-nitler. He helu itiein
hitless tor 6 1.3 innings in deieai deieai-mg
mg deieai-mg them last aunuay.
Pete Kunnels got the Red Sox
in front with a two-run homer in
the tirst inning and Bowstieid
singled home wnat proved to be

the winning run In the fourth.
Bob Turley sutured hit sixth loss
against 17 victories.
Riglu.hander Vito Valentinetti
hciu ihe Orioles to five hits in
pitching the Senators to their
triumph. Bob Boyd's third-inning
nomer was the only run allowta
by Valeminetti, who was traded
oif earner this season by Cleveland
and Detroit. Jim Lemon his his
25th homer in the lourth to tie the
score at IT and the Senators broke
the tie in the fifth on doubles oy

Albie Pearson and Roy Sievers 01 1 Willey Braves
loser Jack Harshman .iGrissom, Giants
Reliever Murry Dickson notched ; p.,.. ,, S.H,...

; Spahn, Braves
Semproch, Phillies

35
29
25
25
23
23

33
33
32
29
26

National League
Banks, Cubs 97
Thomas Pirates 88
Anderson, Phillies 75
Aaron, Braves 72
Cepeda. Giants '70
American League
Jensen, Red Sox 102
Sievers, Senators 87
Cerv, Athletics 82
Colavito. Indians 75
Mantle, Yankees 72

LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 10 decisions)

National League

W L

8 3

7
14
15
13

his eighth victory tor the Ainieuc

who collected 12 hits in their win
over the Tigers. Roger Maris' 2lst

homer with one on featured a third- .
inning four run rally and the A'sj 7,n '-,9"
clinched the contest with three mo ,,e'oek' Ked, Sox
runs in the fifth off loser George ; Hvde- sa. 9
Susce, Jr. Frank Boiling his a Moore, White Sox 9
throp run homer for the Tioors am" I Turley, Yankees 17

drove in .ill their five runs.
Rookie Barry Latman and rel'?v
er Turk Lown teamed up to lead
the White Sox to their victorv o' er
the Indians. Latman, who was cte
dited with the victory, held the

Ditmar, Yankees

I MSaP-'JY

Curundu Wins

Armed Forces

Teen Cage Game

727 Tuesday evening at tne rori

700it;iayion oymnasium, tne iurunau

gg7 1 DasKetDaii team won its tirst

game oy a ib to as score over ai ai-brook.
brook. ai-brook. After losing theirfirsttwo
games of the season, the CuVun CuVun-du
du CuVun-du team managed by Bob Carlin,
looked like a completely different
club.

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TRIPLE FOR HARTACK
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UIM)
Willie Hartack scored a triple
Thursday at Atlantic City, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding ,i head victory by PI, on
irl the feature race.

be back in September I Tribe to orie hit until the seventh

hut then ran into trouble and na
to be rescued by Lown. The White
Sox scored all four o' their ruiu
of, starter Hal Woodeshick, whose

jixth inning error allowed Latman i
to score the decisive run. Bubba I
Phillips paced Chicago's ll;hit at
tack with a double and three singles.

SCARES

A meeting of the Pacific Cos Cosmopolitan
mopolitan Cosmopolitan Mixed League will be
held Wednesday evening, Aug.
20 at 7:30 p.m., on the second
floor of Diablo Service Center.
All team captains are urged to
attend.

TODAY

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The wagon trin hated him, even
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from a massacre!

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AT
11:00 P.M.

Curundu, uiing a fait break
type offense, pulled away 'to an
early first quarter lead and led
at half time by eleven points.
Led by Kenny Amato, Albrook
cut the lead, to five points by the
end of the three-quarter mark.
With Grady Hester's fine play
under the boards, and the sharp sharp-shooting
shooting sharp-shooting of Joe Garcia, and Joe
Lastinger, Curundu again pulled
out into a comfortable lead in
the final quarter of play. With
but two minutes of playing time

remaining, Curundu put on a
freeze which ran out the clock,

and gave Curundu their first vic victory
tory victory of the young season.
For the victors, it was more
or less a 3-man show, as Garcia
was high with 16 counters follow followed
ed followed closely by Lastinger and
"Goose" Amato with 13 and 1 re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Kenny Amator, with 16
points, and Lloyd Spradlin with
8 points were high men for the
losers.
The next game for Curundu will
be tonight (Saturday) at the Fort
Clayton against the team from
Fort Kobbe at six o'clock. These
games are played as a prelimina

ry to the big PAAF League
games, so why not come out, a lit

tle earlier tha usual,
youngsters play also

The standings of the league as
of Aug. 15 are as follows:

: Clayton
I Albrook
Army Atlantic
Curundu

Kobbe

PC Employes Leave
For Panama Bay

Tournament

The second of two erdups of

employes to take part In the Pa Panama
nama Panama Rod and Reel Club's Sixth
International Marlin and Sailfish
Tournament left yesterday morn morning
ing morning aboard the Panama Canal
launch Runner.
The six employes who made up
the second group .are Albert F.
Pate, of the Industrial Division;
John R. Olsen, of the Fire Divi

sion; Fred Busch, of the Railroad

Division; R. J. Mahoney, of the
Engineering and construction Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, A. R. Nard, Chief of the Ci

vil Engineers Branch; and Wil-

A. Wichmann, of the Office of the
Comptroller.
The members of the two groups
were selected by the Bureau
heads from among applicants on
the basis of the number of em employes
ployes employes in each unit.
The first group went from Aug.
8 through Aug. 11 and this group
leaving Friday will return Aug.

id.

Oliver Bernal'i hard running
veteran Distingo overcame early
interference and wound up with a
brilliant rush in the homestretch
to score by a nose over Manando Manando-agua
agua Manando-agua in a photo in the featured
one mile $600 "Founding Panama
City Handicap," yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the President Remonrace Remonrace-track.
track. Remonrace-track. Cervecero was third, some three
lengths back, Canoe fourth, Ger Ger-manio
manio Ger-manio fifth, Rosita Maria sixth,
Fieltro seventh, Town's Wall
eighth and Recife last.
Manandoagua was disqualified for
crossing Rosita Maria, Cervecero

ana t anoe when his rider lost
control midway down the home homestretch
stretch homestretch and the colt bore towards
the inner rail, Cervecero was
moved up to second, Canoe third
and Germanio fourth.
Heliodoro Gustines rode Distin Distingo
go Distingo while Jose Talavera had the
leg up on Manandoagua. Distingo

reiurnea a juicy sn.w to win
and $270.60 in the one two with

Cervecero.

Gustines also scored with odds odds-on
on odds-on mutuels favorite Informal in
the secondary attraction. Perdula-

no was scratched from this e
vent.
T II M .

nratmo eaeza was one more
the winningest rider with three
victories. He scored in succession
with Pepin, Alucinado and Zarpa-

Constantino, a highly rated full
brother to Santurron. made his a

local debut a successful one with

an easy victory in the nightcap.
The dividends:
FIRST RACK

1 Licenciado S4.80. J2 dfl

Campagnard'$2.40

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet.

Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
San Francisco
Las Angelas
St, Louis
Philadelphia
Chicago
Cincinnati

7 47

59 53
5 S3
54 sr
54 59
52 SI
54 il
53 42

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SECOND RACE
Otoropeo 3.20, $260
Fifito $3.60
First Double: Si.M

THIRD RACE
Noticion $3.40, $2.20
yilma P. $2.20
One-Two: 7.40

1 'Bugaba $32.40, $14.10
2 Solifo $5,80

Quiniela: 51.40

1
2

FIFTH RACE
Pepin $4.20, $2.80
Corviglia 13.80

j SIXTH RACE

i- Alucinado $3:60, $2.20
2 Pastoreo $2.60

SEVENTH RACI
1 Zarpa'zo $2.40. $2.20

2 Plateado $2.20

Second Double: $4.60
EIGHTH RACE
Ramo $15.20, $30.60
Teddy $20.40
Quiniela: $11.(0

NINTH RACE
Distingo $11.40, $4.80
Cervecero $17.'
One-Two; $270.40

1 Informal $2.40. $2.20

2 Michiripa $2.20

ELEVENTH RACE

1 Constantino $2.60, $2.20
2 Hermelina $2.40

Suspended Ycaza
Rides Favorite
In American Derby

Tebbelfs Says He
Would Have Quit
Redleos Reoardfess

MIDNIGHT SHOW
IDA I.HPINO In
"JENNIFER"

CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI) --Birdie
Birdie --Birdie TebbeMs, who unexpected
ly resigned his post as Cincinnati
Redleg manager Thursday,, sai
today he would have quit 'the job
"even if the club had -been goins;
well."
The one time catching slar
with Detroit and Boston of the
American League said he plannc
to stay in the game but'' doesn't
know whether he will stay on the
field or move into th from Office.
"It was a helluva job," he sir!
as he sat packing Nis gear, "but
in one way I guess I'm as in interested
terested interested in Ihe sneeraa ol this
rluh as anyone else.

"If I'd have continued, I would
have hurt ihe entire organization.

1 didn't want to do that, as they

gave me my start.

Coach Jimmy Dyke took over
for Tebbelts and will run the

team until a successor is named

CHICAGO, .Aug. 16 (UPI) Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian jockey Manuel Ycaza
next Monday will begin a 10-day
suspension for "careless" rifihgat
Arlington Park.
Stewards at Arlington imposed
the suspension Thursdav as a re-

and see the suit of ah incident in the second

race Wednesday in which Ycaza
hooted home Carmen Lou, a 16-1
shot, ihead of Flint River in a
close race.
The stewards later reversed the
linish, charging Carmen Lou had
interfered with Flint River near
the wire.
' Thoy delayed the suspension
until Monday because of a 48 48-hour
hour 48-hour rule on closing, entries.
That meant the 21-year-old joc joc-Icey
Icey joc-Icey will be able to ride favor favored
ed favored Nadir in today's $100,000
added American Derby.
It is the fourth time this year
Ycaza has been set down. He was
suspended twice in New York

and once

in Florida.

MARCIANO PICKS PATTERSON
it-
CINCINNATI (UPn Former

heavyweight king Rj6cky Marciano
has picked current champion
Floyd Patterson to beat Roy Har
rig in their title bout at Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Monday.

Albrook Quintet

Rolls. To Easy Win
Over Army Atlantic

Alter three quarters of very

light, seesaw basketball the Ai.

brook Flyers broke loose in the

final period to down a game Army

Atlantic 'Jushmaster quintet S5-51
at the Albrook Gym Thursday
night.
Flyer guard Emmet Bryant pac.
ed the win by tossing in 12 very

timely field goals along with four
free throws for 28 points. Gerald

Patrie and Ed Austin added

and-ll points respectively to the

Flyer tottal.
John Foster, Don Myers and Ge

rald-Roberts shouldered the brunt

of the Army Altantic point-making

roster and Myers had 14 each anu

Roberts had 12 tallies.

The win was Albrook's if th
straight in Panama Area Forces

League competition and Army AI
lantic's fourth loss in five encount.

ers. Albrook holds down first place

while the Bushmasters are now in

Ihe League's cellar.
Score by periods: .

Albrook AFB 11 29 42-55

Army Atlantc 14i 27 33- 51

TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at Milwaukee'
Chicago at San Francisco
(Only games scheduled)
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 000 0000 6 0
Milwaukee 000 000 Olx 1 9 1

noDerts (12-11) and Sawatski.
Willey (8-3) and Crandall.

(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 001 000 0001 5 1
Cincinnati 000 010 05x- 6 1
Kline (11-11), Face and Kravitz.
Purkey (17) and Bailey.
(First Game)
St. Louis 000 003 000 003 10 1
Los Angeles 200 100 000 01--4 12 0
Jackson (9-1) and Green.
Podres, Labine, (6-4) and Rose Rose-boro.
boro. Rose-boro. (Night Game)"
St. Louis 3
Ks Angeles 5
(Night Game)
Chicago 3
San Francisco .1 ;

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Now York

Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Cleveland
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

74

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56
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52
50
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55

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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston

Washington at Baltimore (Nj
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 000 000 120-3 7 i
Chicago ooo 112 oox-4 11 l
Woodeschick (3-3), Grant, Moss!
and Nixon.

it.

Sports Briefs

WINS FIVE STRAIGHT
SALEM. N.H. .(UPH .ToeVv

Henry Wajda scored five straight
winners Wednesday at Rocking
nam Park. He started his streak

in ihe fourth race and ran it
through the eighth.

CPs TO HEAR FIGHT
NEW YORK (UPI-The Armed
Forces Radio Service announced
Thursday it would Wtfttfcast a

(Night Game)
New York
Boston
Turley (17-6)
and Johnson.

Bowsfield (2-0) and White.
(Night Game)
Washington 000 110 100-3 11 o
Baltimore 001 000 000 1 5 i
Valentinetti (3-1) and Courtney
Harshman (911) and Triandos.
(Night Game)""
Detroit 5
Kansas City 12

100 010 0002 1
200 130sOOx- 9 1
Monroe, Shanti

shortwave descrlptlen of Mon.
days heavyweight title fight be.
tween champion Floyd Pattersoi
and Roy Harris in Los Angeles.
FRANCHISE CHANGES HANDS
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (UPI-Aa
Allentowh, Pa., syndicate has pur 'M
chased the Wilmington, Del., fra"
chise in the Eastern Prnfes

(Basketball League. In additioffti

iieniown mere win Be yetgir
other teams in the circuit 'ipring
the coming season. k

ROSE WALL EXTENDED
EASTBOURNE,, EjjfPd (UPI)
Australia's Ken Rosewall wan

extended to five sets Thursdav

before he defeated compatriot
Jack Arkinstall, 3-6, 0-3, 1-6, 6.4,
6-4, in the Slazenger professional

lawn tennis tournament.

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(Mickey) McCormick, 55, formerl

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WILLIAMS

KO

ARROWHEAD SPRINGS. Calif. .. somewhat on the indelicate skie;

IVbeiher uoy Hams can fight inWe added tnai since n was not

ne Dig leaugt manner, no uue me uummi vuaunu m "ui
,uuig 10 know i or sure unui he fighter ...or auyaOuy ,or that mat.
teps in.o the ring with heavy j ter ...to mate himself look bad. v. 'i. i National
veiiht champion VtoyA Patterson ; ai'uift expect him lo prove'tne es iMariboro

ext Monday night. Neverthrtens, we'd WW cervetf Balboa

National Plays
Marlboro 5'
In Nightcap

Fred Raybourne Cops Scoring

Title In CZ Government Loop

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in

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Tonight'i imtl
Cerveta Balboa vs Kent
Marlboro vs Nacional
By VICTOR CRAY

erage. Gayer was followed by
Delamater's George Tocherman

Yesterday everting Bob Carlin's

0 1.000 "Kids" defeated McK e o w a n's
1 .667 a'see-" oy a score of 67-59
2 .383 'and "The Yankee's" leading scor-
3 .000 er Fred Raybourne copped the
Canal Zone Government Basket
hall I.eaaue scoring crown beat-

ling out "The Kid's" Al Nahmad i Flynn's "Globettrotters" with just
bv iust two DOints in the season's one, each. An indication that the

finale al the Balboa Gymnasium. 'Vrst Division" teams not only
With th inish of the regular dominated the team play but al
I season, the four teams are now so the individual scoring.

"Pindi' Perdorao's game bunch preparing for the championship; The 1958 Government Hoop Loop

with an 18.8 per game average.
Eight players cracked the ten
tury mark in the season's scor scoring
ing scoring IVuKeowan's and Delamater's
quintets having three, scorers
each above the century mark, fol
lowed by Carlin's "Kids" ani

The Duroose o our huddle with to hear what he had to say

Bit 2b year-old Texas challenger. 1 rebuttal.

n the privacy of his cottage Ocrei
resierda was to try to determn.e Flash of An9er
lomething else... The validity of
.wLVioi. .h .. thv are. Hams is a trim, dark.haired. en-

w ru.. iQi, ,,,, i.wi., ,,th

Was he tnt product ot a ui'.s. -- ,
Uy conirived familiar ou'lup piercing alert eyes.v whose slow

hi;, ivatH urn rtn.atieK re scai.urawi is stuaiousiy iree oi me

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Wd With a VirtUOSlty tar OUl m ,.,.r; u.- .... I. will anrlauunr In rruinri.mhin fniir-ni.im.nt uvhi.-h will rhimninnchin Tnnrnament Will

mnnriinn tn hi actual ahn.tv speecn auemiiwi: iuc inviuiHEri jum.....- ... ................. .. ..,..,...,,,,....,...,.
roporuon 10 nts i havo ,3nt.rt hi r.i.nt knock C.erveza Balboa out of the commence this Mondav niaht. Aue. commence this Monday night at

running in tonight s UdUiter ot 18, at tne Balboa Gymnasium, i seven 0 clock in tne uamoa uym uym-the
the uym-the doubleheader. The Kent ooyi! AlcKeovyan's l'Yankees"wonthe nasium There will be two games
have yet to score a victoryinthe regular season race by just two a night on Monday and Tuesday,
present series, but it mu.t be re-1 games over the .Delamater's "Oldr with the championship clash on
membered that their presence inlsters" who; finished in second (Wednesday night. For those Ca Ca-the
the Ca-the present tournament was iusti-1 place. Carlin's "Kids" rjundeo; out nal Zone hoop fans who wish to
fid by their having qualified,fin-the 1958 .season with an even .5,00 see some higVscoring, racehorse
ishing ahead of Panama, Perfec- record Of wins and 8 loe and brand o basketball with the Ca Cation
tion Cation and Carta Vieja. la Uiid place finish. FLYNN'Sjnal Zone's top hoopsters partici
On the other hand, CervezaBaM ''Globetrotters'' finished a' disas-pating. the Balboa Gym on Mon
boa, still smartingunderthe paini'trous season winning only 2 games day night in the place.

ui Tcuucuajf hi b rupiR ana losing i.

tne nanas ot tneir tormer cou-

shhrt was he a counterfeit? have invented to exploit

There were certain aspects of town ot lui in snooi.

Is record that" appeared to jus. oaslran0 re.

it evn Cism There nad Deen no '.u:u f,iii,.

Return match with Wilhe Pasra-, ih.t n.B

M- mm h was.. n".i: h.n

oposedto win. Willi Besmano r 'T: .JZTZ .ZZ-a ki :

... I..J i Wnm m tuoaicu aaeuicu VI .,v v uii vi in"'"

lUBKer rtmu y i it-,. hvu h""1

decision."

ing and a second pay day, but
that Harris' handlers had rimeg rimeg-ed.
ed. rimeg-ed. They didn't want to jeopar jeopardize
dize jeopardize the value of a victory Llsat
was already in the book.

And there were related malic-s

a curious nature Harris had

never ventured beyond his iiorae

And iitim itnt in a day wiiea It developed the rematch waf
fistic bums ilhdkSsly ciutier ihe canceled twice, first when Pasira.

me screen the younc mi Md no goi nun in iraimiig. wwu

Owveraniieared in a TV fight. I Harris sparmale ousted open i.m

At the outset, we warmed Har- i raee.wiin a ouw men mini

Irii our interrogation would be go around to setting up ine

matcn agin uncie oam iajpeu me.
Quietly con ident but not boiist boiist-fu!,
fu!, boiist-fu!, the part-time schoolteacher
added: "1 can always beat Pastia.

no and 1 believe no one knows it
better than he."

They

lighter

and milder;
I seel"

158 Scoring Leaders

sins Marlboro, should be under i In one of the hottest fights for

some kind of strain, as tonight'i the scoring title in Government Raybourne, Fred (McK)
game to the Beermen is indeed! League history Fred Havbourne i Nahmad. Al (C)

a big one. They must win to main- won the oveted scoring crown Young, Bill (McK)
tain their option of copping the by pumping 19 points through thelTrouf, Wally (Del)

Raker had Harris on the fioor.

It was the first time he had teenued quintets in another gruelling
knocked down as a pro. Weeks battle in the after piece. For the

4uMnHHfufi ,nau

'Brother,
what- a taste!

'email!'

ilk

later Baker claimed he had follow
ed a prepared script in losing.
HArris nodded, smiling wryly.
"Yes, I read what he said. But
the fact is I did get up. and be before
fore before the round was over I was in
charge of the fight. I shook him
with with a rish' nnnereu' iust he he-fore
fore he-fore the bell and I beat him tooH

the rest of the wsv. A slow n('hl-

er like Baker is made to orrier

for me. The fast ones give me
trouble."
Jersey .lones hart said that if the
fight had been held anywhere else
but in Texas his Besmanoff would
have got a draw at the very least.
For the first, time Harris brist
whether in loyalty to his native
state or. in self defense,, we couldn't
say.
"The man lies."

In a second or so he had regain

series. Kent and Cerveza Balboa hooo to Al Nahmad's 13 Doints.

divided honors during the season' Raybourne finished the season
play, but the Echeverria coached with l94.-pints In 19 games while
outfit is one up on the Smokers j Nahmad finished with 192 points
for the present series. for 14 games.

Marlboro National ; Both contenders faced eaeh oth-IWomble. Harold (C)

Again it will be these two val- the final game of the sea-:

son lasi evening witn rvanmaa soso
having and edge in the season's Joyce. Bill (F)

scoring column 179 to 175. But at;Carlin, Bob (O)

Sutherland, Owen (McK)

Joyc, Bert (F)
Simons, Carl (Del)
Tocherman, George (Del)

Gayer, Dick (C)

G Ps.
12 194
14 192
10 155
11 137
14 133
13 127
13 123
6 M3

three times these teamshavamet

during the present season, Nacio Nacional
nal Nacional has emerged victorious twice,
once by the slender margin of a
point and on the other occasion
by two points. Marlboro in ils

lone victory won by three points.
The Luzcando coached outfit
will probably again rely on abili ability
ty ability to control the rebounds from
both backboards, while the Colo Colo-nites
nites Colo-nites hdDes will be centered on

Mead, Berty (F)
Kirkland, Lem (McK)
McArthur. George (McK)
Morris, Johnny (C)

Horine, Larry (Del)

13
11
15

99
97

10
9
8
7
13
7

92
89
KS
S6
83
77
74
71
70
62

the final gun in Thursday's game

Haybourne bad 8 field goals and
3 foul shot for a 19 point total,
while Nahmad had 6 field goals
and 1 foul shot for a 13 points to

tal resulting in Ravbourne's beinj! Barkowitz, S. (McK)

crowned the 1958 Government Nickesher. Bill (Del)
League scoring champ. The only 'Brown, Charley (McK)

compensation was Carlin s "Kid's" r
defeating the league champs by Final 1958 Team Standings
a 67-59 score. W L Pet.

Emmett "The Great" Bryant. If: In other eamen of th final McKeowan 12 4 .750

Nacional is able to hold Bryantj week, Delamater's "Oldsters" de- j Delamater 10 6 .625
under 30 points, they will leave! feated 'The Yankees" 45-37 to e- Carlin 8 8 .500
the court as the champions of.ven up the season's sereies b- Flynn 2 14 .125

the 1958 season, as a Win, for the t ween the two clubs at 2 a piece,
giants tonight will cinch the se- Wally Trout led the winners with
ries. v i 16 Pints wnil Lem-KifWand led
As sual Marlboro will be out j "The Yankees" with 12 points in

there with tneir backs to ine the scoring column. "The Old-

wall. They must win all their re

maining games in order to re

ed his composure... zl u adtiu eai as cnampe, wu nw
;i umcn't Ann nf mv heist fields oTODS two out of three. ,

jjiad mMAbr wroiE up toibe Fif i Tom aW hj.mi(, really
fiht 10 pounds heavier than ever have their work cut ouBorthem,

before, it was an- ex peri mem

hoped it would mean more power.
All it did was make me sluggish.
Just the same Besmanoff was ea easy.
sy. easy. He isn't much fighter, vou
know."

frfoK

but in basketball, anything is li-

Player Of The Day

-BILL MAZEROSKI

A .520 batting average over the

sters" also won their final game
of the season by defeating Flvnn's

a. .... av ,.ii-.r uouint Q v i 1 n t,v r 1 v.i

Globetrotters by a 63-43 score. ia5t seven games gives some irtea

why Bill Mazeroski is regarded as
the key man behind- the Pitts,
burgh Pirates' current drive on
the front running Milwaukee
Braves.

The Pirates achieved their

in nine

with a 10.1 j

Philadelphia

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NEW

WHITE
OWL

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Touch of Scorn
In the same discussion Jones had
told us Harris couldn't fight insMe

that the Texan's inability to snorei

at close quarters was his most giar
ine weakness.
Harris listened Intently. ,'Up tp
a noint the man is rj,ght. I'm cer.
tainlv not as good in close is I
shoi'M be, or as I soon hone to be.
But I try the offset this defect by
tyirr; up the other fellow so he
can't fighl inside, either. General
ly, it evens up in the end."
We had been informed that Har,
ris turned down two TV fights,
also that his manager had tn'd
Nat Fleischer, boxing miblislier
that his strategy was to "hide tn
boy out" until he got a shot at

The title.
"Why would they want to
me out?" asked Harris, scor
his voice. "Wasn't I winning

the time?"

George Tocherman led the win

ners with 18 points while hapless
"Globetrotters" were led In the
VPAfinar PAlnmn Kv At TVAa

hie to happen, as has been thei points

pattern 01 piay nurini tne pres-; carlin's "Kids' won their sec

em sea sun.
The first

underway

second starts 15 minutes atter :,pd jn the game.s scorjng by Dick Phillies Wednesday night and the

uc wwionivx Gayer with 22 points while the I 21-vear oio secona Daseman con.
test. .. -. I "Globetrotters" were led in the lributed 1w0 hits tnat drov3

i scoring column by Al Joyce and lnI,ee .runf; .
PUuiKAiinl Cnnrfc IBertv Mead, each with 14 nnint.-i During the Pirates seven-game

W amece.

I
I
I
I

r r j arnn s rios won tneir see-1 ine riraies acniev
' . ond game of the week when they longest winning streak
t game is aue to get defeated the "Globetrotters" by a years, seven straight, wil
at 8 p.m., wmie tne score of 57.52 ,Tie Kjds werej victory over the Phi

On Aug. 14, the' Balboa Sta-

skein, Mazeroski has collected 13
i-i ntr a I a J !m

Dick Gayer again, led "The I mU. f Sru--.L-

v.. . 1 vi. ,, ..( j,L ,. 11 runs, ine sun in a hiicciiii,
dium was overtaken by what at .'n scoring with 28 big w Va coal miner Mazerosk is
first glance appeared to be a ve-lP01"1 tn'(?eson s finale Thurs- egarded as the bes fieMing
ry hostile tribe of savages on thely against The Yankees, while second baseman in the majors.
warpath, with arrows, fiercely fly- the regular season champions
ing through the air. However, were led by "Jumping Owen" ITALIAN YACHT WINS
these arrows were not in the Sutherland with 23 points. The'
same category as the late Henry j highlight of the season's last game las PALMAS, Canary Island
Wadsworth Longefellow's famed, of course, was the scoring duel (UPD Italy's Arctica II was an
arrow which was shot in the air: between Nahmad and Ravbourne. nounced Wednesday night as the

and its landing place on earth; Flashy guard Dick Gayer of

Carlin s contingent compiled the
best noints-per-game average with

was not known.

Instead, these were very well
aimed at a few straw targets

, which were strategically placed at

various distances. In very many
instances, the so-called "bull's-

winner of the Brest to Las iJ n n-mas
mas n-mas yacht race, covering the rtis.
tance in 171 hours and 19 min

19.8, just missing a 20-point av-1 utes.

eye" received piercing blows from

1 r. , 1

Our conclusion: Harris' record siraigni nying woouen ana aiuim

is legitimate. Whether it maltf nu shaits.
him a menacing challenger is Without a doubt, the Black Hills

something else. 2 the uawotas ana tne tapuious

snerwooo roresi, wun ineir an anting
ting anting Bull and Robin Hood, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, would have been put to
shame by our local masters of
the bow and arrow.
Nevertheless, our archers were
not taken by surprise, as they
had been well informed as to the
fact that this was a local tourna tournament
ment tournament to select the Balboa Gyra-
: 1. u.

t. ii n 1 1 ,i p t ,7. T", A..rt ie 1 n T 1 1

ituncoir.n u8. i y-" "., ic.nsl Zone Archery Tournament,
Manager Bobby Gleason, who yeU-. be he)d t tne Balboa Stadium

:..:.:.:.:::..;v.::.v::X:

Valdes' Mananer
Yellinn For Title

SUNDAY
AUGUST 17

ed himself hoarse last night to

on Aug. 21. 1958.

stir sluggish Nino vaioes imp a ; The scores made ln this tourna.

narrow split deci.'ion over ment along with those that had
de John, screamed even louder j Defn mac)e in tne pagt week
today for a shot at the heavry-,wfre averagen together in order
weieht title. to mai.e tms selection of our re-
"We don't care who wins the ; prescntatives.
bout Monday night in Los Anae j In thp sixteen (16) years and!
les," the diminutive Gleason said. ,inder ,oe bracket, George Trail,1
"My boy rates a crack at the;s(,orjng a granrt total of 558 points
championship. We've been side- unofficially broke the present Ca-

nal zone record for the junior
American Round, held by Barry1

Davison, with a score of 527,post

tight up and see what
, "Flavor Control" has done
to White Owls. Men who
I tmoite them aay they've
( never met s much flavor

with such mUdntts! Never
to our knowledge has there
he ett ao much rich flavor in
cigar ao light and mild!
It's today' big cigar newa
-"Flavor Control!'1 It
means: Field-by -field selec selection
tion selection of tobacco, case-by-case
curing, box -by-box condi-tioning-to
give you top
flavor in every White Owl!
IN neeo mi hhmw it n cigar.

' I 1

tracked long enough."

However, the fifth-ranking Val Val-des.
des. Val-des. slim at 214 pounds, was lit'

tie but impressive as he decision- eu the summer of 1955. Being

erl the left-hooking De John ot 1 as this was a local tournament,

Svracuse, N.Y., at Rochester s -ucn a score cannot be consider consider-IWar
IWar consider-IWar Memorial Auditorium before je(j gs a new Canal Zone record.
! a crowd of 2.802 and an interna- The results of the local tourna
j tional television audience. ment are as follows:
De John scaled 209H xunds. Jr. American Round Boys
I Valdes, punishing De John a- 1, George Trail (558); 2, George
i bout the body from in close, ham- Camby (382).

meren me syracusan 10 ine can-; jr. i,oiomDian nuuira wma
vas twice, in the third and thejl, Barbara West (367); 2, Joan
ninth, outsailed to inish him off Doherty (285).
in the manner ranking challenger f Inca Round Boys 1, John

'honld. Each time De Jwm-scram-

bled to hi feet and belabored the
Cuban with a raped left hood.

Cooke (490); 2, Joe Cooke (385).
Darien Round Boys a, Rob Robert
ert Robert Bauman (419); 2, Ruark Sum Sum-merford
merford Sum-merford (393).
Darien Round Girls 1, Hil-

ma Cooke (435); 2, Linda Faw-

p-ctpamo IN return n.OOT
LONDON (UPD British boinfl

--TTioier .Tick Solomons an- celt (Jo).
-ounced Wednesday that WjH'ei Sah Bias Round Boys 1,
-'r-n 0' Nw Or'-ans will Walker Pruitt (31); 2, Junior
meet Brian London of England in' Whitney (300). --
ret'Ti eie'ent at Htn!Ty San BU' Round Girls 1,
Arena Sent 30. Pastrano outpoint j Grace Whitney (305); 2, Barbara

ed London in a February outing. Dctamore (179).

I'll b warkinf in lh follawlnn artaii from S:(10 a.m.

From 1st Street to 9th Street in
San Francisco
From Via Brazil to Via Belisario Porras
Golf Heights Loma Alegre
Vina del Mar La Carrasquilla
From 9th Street to 18th Street in
San Francisco
From 50th Street to Via Belisario Porras
Via Kspana from Pueblo Nuevo entrance to
1st Street Parque Lefevre.
Via Fernando de Cordova from Via Espana
to 7th Street Vista Hermosa.

Thin Interruption Is planned lo enahlt me lo repair
primary linen which were damaged in last week's storm;
to make additional Improvements in distribution lines,
anS ta improve the electrlral service al Ihe San Fernando
Clinic hr Inntalllnc additional facilities.
Thanking you for your patience and understanding,
I remain,

Your faithful electric servant.

K-MSTO KILOV.VTIO

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KNOCKOUT TRY Roberto Clemente of the Pirates showed how a runner can break up a
double play when he gave Johnny Temple, Reds' second baseman, a cross-body block. Cle Clemente
mente Clemente caught Temple in the middle of a pivot and dumped him on his nose.

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one and two bedrooms, govern government
ment government fnspeeted apartments.
Automobile row, House No. 36.
T.I. 3-3404.
LOST: Fountain pan, mark
Morrison, gold color, sentimental
value. Reward. Lost betwen
Gamboa-Panama, July 3rd, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Box 285 Specr.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taurht by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. IS
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fair, transfers, loun,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evfv Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUF TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed lor life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM KILMiE
General Aient
Gibraltar Life Ins Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2 0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewflnrler System
LL, tills
Panama Col6n

LEAVE iTJUB AD WITH ONE Of OUB AGENTS OB OUB OFFICES AT 1W7 "H" STREET, PANAMA LIBREHIA PRECIADO-7 Street No. 1J A GEN CIAS
INTERNAL. OE PUBLICACIONES No 3 Loiter; Plain CA8A ZALDO Central Ave. 45 I.OLRDKS PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla e t A R.MAC' I A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON 4 1 h of July Ave. A J SI, LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlveli No. 4 FARMAC I A E8TADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMAC1A LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Feu. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Jnsto Arosemena Ave. and 33 St PAR PAR-MAC1A
MAC1A PAR-MAC1A VAN DERJIS 50 Street No. 53 FARM A CIA EL BATURRO Parque Lvfevre 7 Street FARMAC1A SAS" Via Penal 111 NOVEDADES A THIS
Beside th Bella vuta Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick SpeciaJ
station wagon, 4 door, 6 passeng passenger,
er, passenger, radio, conventional drive. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent tires, 25,000 miles,
$1960. Phone Balboa 6375,
6232-B, Los Rio-,.
FOR SALE: 1951 Super 88
Oldsmobile Holiday, with hydro hydro-matic
matic hydro-matic and radio, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. $395.00 Huldtquist 8461
Margarita Tel. 3-2948.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
cendition, Tel. Balboa 2194
evenings.
FOR SALE: 1951 Green Pon Pon-tiac,
tiac, Pon-tiac, 4-door sedan, excellent
mechanical condition, good tires.
Call Ft. Davis 260 or Colon
1 177.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 5 1, two
door, radio, $395.00. Call 1859
Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4-door
sedan. Good condition, $600.00.
Phone Balboa 2-1552 House
House 0432-B Ancon.
fOR SALE: -1 956 Ford Ranch
wagon, 5276 Morrison street
Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plaza, 2 tone, 4 doors sedan,
radio, ws, duty paid, good con condition.
dition. condition. Tel. Panama 3-3237.
AUTOS EISENMAN OFFERS
FOR SALE:
1956 Chevrolet 4-DR Sedan, 6
cyl. stand, trans, tutone. Very
gcod car.
1956 Mercury-Montclair Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop tutone, leather upholstery,
radio, WW tires. Beautiful car.
1957 Buick-Riviera Hardtop, tu tutone.
tone. tutone. WW tires, stand, trans.
Perfect condition.
1955 Chevrolet Station Wagon
4-DR tutone, radio, stand, trans.
1955 Chevrolet-tutone, radio, t
cyl. stand, tram. Perfect mecha mechanical
nical mechanical cend.
1953 Ford-Convertible, leather
upholstery New WW tires, radio.
1956 Cadillac Hardtop, radio,
WW tires, Power steering. cV
brakes, Excellent mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Like New.
1956 Chevrolet-Sta. Wgon 9
pass. 4DR radio, tutone. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR
beautiful tutone, radio, WW
tires, automatic trans., Excellent
condition.
All day-Next to Coca-Cola Co.
Tels. Panama 2-2616 2-4966
FOR SALE:-,1949
good' transposition
Balboa 2384 after
5608 Diablo..
Nash 600,
$200. Te.
4.00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Lincoln four
door. Cosmopolitan standard shift
Thomas Valves, good tires, new
paint, yellow back top, excellent
condition. Duty paid. $450.00.
Phone 2 -3695. House No.
6379-B. Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Sport car Triumph
R3, in perfect condition, extras,
can be financed, call phones
2-0364 or 3-3675.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair convertible, power
steering, windows, and seats.
Call 828-3427.
FOR SALE: 1 958 Volks Wagen
Radio WW under coated. Call
Gatun 581.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Special
Riviera 4 door, hardtop. Power
windows brakes and steering,
radio, excellent condition, ori original
ginal original owner, see at house
251 1-D. Cocoli. phone 4-353.
FOR SALE: Late 1956 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon,
excellent condition. Also 18 foot
runabout, brand new, never used
for one or two outboard motors,
Wondei4ul bargains. Call i' i'-7744
7744 i'-7744 Panama. After Sunday.
Princess Anne Has
Quiet Celebration
For 8th Birthday
LONDON (UPI) Britain's
bright eyed Princess Anne rele
orated her eighth birthday yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday at a small family parly
aboard the roayl yacht Britannia
off the west coast of Scotland.
The Queen, the duke of Edin Edinburgh,
burgh, Edinburgh, and the Prince of Wales,
Anne's brother and heir to the
throne, gave the princess nrescnts
and helped her eat a big birthday
cake with eight candles on it.
Court circles kept her gifts a
royal secret. They said Ihe fam
ily decided to keep the affair private.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Double bed com complete,
plete, complete, "White" sewing machine,
dross form, end tablet, book bookcase,
case, bookcase, 7 large Venetian blinds,
lampt, French limognet China,
other articles. Panama, 3-2735.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, draw draper with
traverse rods, Rattan couch and
chairs (10) 2-6319.
FOR SALE: Double bed with
night tables, wardrobe, dresses,
yutebed, gas stove, armchairs
(Rattan) Building Premier No.
5.
FOR SALE: 8 mm. Ball, and
Howell movie, Camera, Model
134 with tripod, like new, $70.
Extra large teak wood bar beau beautifully
tifully beautifully finished made in India
$135.00. Two end tables and
matching cci-ee table af ham hammered
mered hammered copper $40. Complete G.
E. washing machine wringer typo
good' condition $25. G. E. litgh
meter, memory model with case
$10. Tel. 83-3141 Curundu.
Bossier City Wins
VFW Teener Tourney
Downing Lenoir 6-0
HERSHEY, Pa., Aug. 18 (UPI)
A happy Bossir City, La., team
was on its way back to its home
town today, champion of the V.F.
W. National Teener Baseball
Tournament after downing Lenoir,
N.C., 6-0 in the deciding game.
Stringbean hurler Cecil Upshaw
hurled his third shutout of the
five-day, double elimination tourn tournament
ament tournament Friday and his perform performance
ance performance won him an award as the
"most outstanding" player irom
tocrny officials. The same offi officials
cials officials 'named Joe Gibbs, Lenoir
catcher, the "most valuable" play player.
er. player. The award is given that boy
deemed to hav don the most to
keep his team in the running.
Lnoir upset Bossier City in a
morning game Friday to force an
afternoon playoff for the title. But
the North Carolina team was vir virtually
tually virtually out of the running after the
first inning of the afternoon con contest.
test. contest. The winners scored four times
on two walks, a pair of triples and
a single. Thy added two more tal tallies
lies tallies in the fifth to clinch the con contest.
test. contest. Upshaw was invincible In per permitting
mitting permitting only three hits. His only
troublesome inning was the fifth
when a hit batter and a double put
men on second and third with two
out. But he snared a hard shot by
11.. l 4- -J ... 1
me ..eat man 10 escape ana .uuh
Upshaw set a tournament rec rec-out
out rec-out the side in the final inning,
ord by fanning 26 men as Bossier
City downed the defending cham champions,
pions, champions, the Panama Canal Zone, 1-0
in 16 innings' Thursday. He struck
out eight in the final game.
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
Following is the Carbbean For Forces
ces Forces Network television sports sche schedule
dule schedule for the coming week.
August 15 Wrestling at 10 p.m.
Aueust 16 Golf Show at 10
p.m.
August 17 Baseball Game of
the Week at 3:30 p.m. (Chicago
vs. Detroit, game played August
9); wresting at 10 p.m.
August 1 18 St. Nick's boxing
at 10 p.m.
August 19 Major League base baseball
ball baseball at 3:15 p.m.
August 20 Fight of the Week
at 10 p.m.
August 21
30 p.m.
Golf Show at 4:-
Short-wave baseball broadcasts
over CFN radio have been suspen suspended
ded suspended until further notice, since the
U N. General Assembly meetings
are being broadcast over the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Radio Service transmit transmitters.
ters. transmitters. Should these special broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts end during -the week. Hi Hither
ther Hither announcements will be made
on the baseball schedule.
Fori Davis To Hold
Monthly Four Ball
Tourney Tomorrow
The Fort Davis Golf Club will
hold its monthly Four Ball Tour Tourney
ney Tourney tomorrow (Sunday, Aug. 16)
at the club, with tee off time sche scheduled
duled scheduled for 8:30 a.m.
The four-man team with the
lowest socre will be awarded
pri7.es.
All Isthmian golfers are wel welcome
come welcome to participate and can enter
. v t ailing 07 319. A dollf.r per
person entry fee will be chafed
In addition, there will be pit pitching
ching pitching content on the 16th Hole,
with eight golfballs as the price.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Reliflex camera,
Kodax Reflex camera wcase,
Kodak Brownie camera, camera
tripod, camera tripod (small),
camera carrying bag, set lensei
for Roliflex, camera case, box
accasoriet 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 reds, tithing
reel, crotsman "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 itemt will bo displayed at the
housing manager's building, Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, Canal Zone, on Saturday
morning, August 16, 1958 from
nine (9:00) 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 i right it reserved' to reject
any and all bids. W. J. Sheridan,
Jr., P.O. Box No. 98, Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Brevitypa machine
and full course from Brevitype
Institute, California. Excellent
condition. Call Cristobal 3-2948,
$150.00.
FOR SALI: Tennis Racket
Rettrung. Top Grace English Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Balls. ABERNATHY S. A.
FOR SALE: Two used "Michel "Michel-lin"
lin" "Michel-lin" tires, less than 500 miles.
Sixe 550-590x15, 6 ply. Call
Cocoli 4618.
FOR SALE: Typewriters Rem Rem-mington
mington Rem-mington $30, Underwood $8.
Balboa 2-3661.
FOR SALE: Aquariums 3
gallon cheap. Balboa 3661.
ten
FOR SALE: Bike 28" Torpedo,
new Xmat $30, 2 old at $5.
Balboa 3661.
FOR SALE: Argus C-l, Flash.
Case, Ilk new, $40. Balboa
3661.
Norma Laing Weds
A2c Adolfo Ennever
At Rainbow City
Miss Norma Laing, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Verneel Laing resid residents
ents residents of Rainbow City, became the
bride of A-2c Adolfo Ennever, son
'
Mr an(J Mrs Arfff EnneTCr of
Rainbow City on Aug. 9.
The double-ring ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Fr. Daniel
Renanldo, in St. Vincent's Church
at Rainbow City.
The bride entered the church on
the arm of her father. She wore
gown of white chantilly lace ad adorned
orned adorned with squins and parls, a
creation of the groom's mother,
Mrs. Aida Ennver, and carried
a pink bouquet. Miss Pauline
Laing, sister of the bride, Miss
Rosita Lansiquote, cousin of the
groom, ,and Miss Myrna Evering
were Driaesmaias. They wore
dresses of aqua, yellow, and blue
with matching bouquet. The flow
er girls, Vielca Laing (niece of
the bride), Catalina de Leon, cou
sin of the groom, and Yocunda
Gaona wore dresses the same col-
Iors of the bridesmaids, with bas
kets of rose. The ring-bearer wa
Master jcardo Cockburn. Best-
man was Mr. Michael Mauee. and
ushers Messrs. obert Walker,
Carlos Walker, and Manuel Agui Agui-Ur.
Ur. Agui-Ur. A reception followed at the home
of the bride's parents, with Mr.
Edward Green as master-of-cere-monies.
The bride's cak was a
reolica of the bridal party with a
miniature bride and bridegioom
on Ihe top. made by Mrs. Aida
Ennever (the groom's mother).
Guests included:
Mr. and Mrs. Albert James, Mr.
end Mrs. Calvin Boyce. Mrs. Una
Genore, Mr. Byron Toyloy,
V.s.a.l. Mr. Edward Toyloy (U (U-SA),
SA), (U-SA), Mrs. Rosalie Drakes, Mr.
pnd Mrs. Esteban Lowe, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Lowe, Mr. Eugene
Towe, Mr. nd M's. Albert "arris
Mr. and Mrs. Sinelair Thorno,
Mr. Albert Smith. Miss Mar"ic
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Herman La Laing,
ing, Laing, Mr. and Mrs. Felix .Teanms
rie, Mrs. Amy King, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Hardjn, Miss Norma Har't
in?. Miss Stelis Dyett nd mother.
Miss Pstav Fllis. Mis Alfredo
tames, Miss M"rtle Hayne. Miss
'.igia r,aon. Mr. W. Kellms".
Mrs. Aida Goodintf. Mr. Adeln
Richards, Mrs. Judith Goodard
Miss Neva Hunt, Health Bureau
Club (Atlantic), Mrs. Liiclla A. de
Calviho. Miss Elvira Bsrrows.
Mrs. Ruby Heron, Mrs. L. C. .Tol.
llffe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bralh
waite; Mr. Ivan Hyatinth, Mr. Ai
ceded G.iona. Mr. Melbourne
Clarke, Mr. (Buenaventura Gnona
Mr. Roy ramnbell, Mi Claire
Cousin. Miss Dolores Riymond
Miss wiima Kilis and many other.

Lesson

Dorese Waires 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.
Btillroom dancing included in
all classes. Dorew Waires School
of Dancing.
Real Estate
FOR, SALE: Outstanding Real
Estate Value. Ideal far private
community or personal estate,
consists of 60,000 Square met meters,
ers, meters, mostly high ground within
greater Panama City Heart. With:
Modern residential chalet on
choice lot with magnificent view.
South view all the City and Ta Ta-boga.
boga. Ta-boga. East the bay of Panama and
Ruins af Old Panama. West the
Canal Zone hills and to the North
beautiful hilly graiing land. This
is a three bedroom, two bathroom
house with a large kitchen, living
and diningroom, office, laundry
space, two ar- garage, separate
maid't quarters with independent
bathroom and gardener's room.
Small wading pool for the kids
and 4000 square meters of fane fane-d
d fane-d in .ground. Private roadway.
High voltage (City) electric ins installation
tallation installation 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
ranama 3-7493 Office hou
ours,
and Saturday till noon.
BONN, Germanv fTTPlr: root'
Premier Constantine Karamanlis
will visit West Germany next
autumn, the government said to.
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MAIL CALL, not many years ago, was as painful to the soldier as niiUinr t-th kamI!
ingly endless Jine, were sweated out in .easonal inctanrtt thS?nt
wa, "Jin rt ftLSkWsS frluit,MS- Southing had to be done,' morale among 'tJftS
nen ki-eJ? t iJlh' a J?cw and morale and time-saving malrroom was
open for business at the U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Amador. The official opening- of tS
room was equally unique when Lieutenant Col. James A. Moore vacated Ws dutie. i.
calf number tt Jll'' ". each member of the unite-fhas been given a miiil.
1T!L .! 7 numbers are on the outside of the serened bins of the ma.
falT'at the foot f th.iiSiS tb,n ,d-M. if" i neeeMa"
clerk Pfe tSuJLm n u hls turnat thc winow- Another new addition, ihe mail
he hJ been r irEt .nn,.bart: r arr"alt USARCARIB, come, from West Point whet,
ne has been cadet mail clerk for the pastyear. (U.S. Army Photo),

TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
With a view toward improving service-and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special
CLAIMS SECTION

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WANTEIiSeOlry wirh good
knowledge of English. Inquire in
person at Upjohn Overseas Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, Colon Free Zona. Only
experienced person need apply.

WANTED : Credit manager bi bilingual
lingual bilingual with experience, excel excellent
lent excellent epartunitie for right' party.
Write details, send pratograph to
Box 5044 Panama R. of Panama.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Interested
in purchasing 1 958 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. calf 3 3-C32I
C32I 3-C32I Panama.
JlltlL
WANTED f Converter 25 to 60
cycles, good condition. Navy
3175.
WANTED : Position for good
Spanish speaking maid. Hard
worker. Call Balboa 2-1683.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1956 B.S.A.
motorcycle 125 cc. 1954 Mor Morris
ris Morris convertible, clean. Hoover
vacuum cleaner $10. Phone 83 83-4137.
4137. 83-4137.
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tat, tjmi
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SERVICES
3 -minute car wants $1.
cleanine of motor $5. waxing of
cars o. Auro-eano, Trans-It
mian Highway near Sears.
TIUVISlON SERVICE
Wl REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOi ANGELES trained techai
cians. Crawford Agendas. Pha
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
.TELEVISION SERVICI
Prompt service
Fait prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142. '
i. v., radio, Hi-Fi, transn
repairs. Call William fr Shirley.
fhone Panama 2-5113.
Sergeant Named!
To Attend Georgft
Sgi. James J. Hembree of thl
U.S. Army Carbbean G-l Sectiol
was notified this week of his?
ruination by the Adjttant GVn
eral's Office, Washington. D.C
attend the University of (irn
this fall.
Hembree will Immediately nj
his high school and FSU schc' '.
transcripts to the university jf
Athens arid if accented wilt '"
the Canal Znna enma tin "M
September.
The 26-year old aereeant frnn
Shelby, N.C. has been in thr Atrol
nine years. He ha also1 livedo ii
ixeoreia, in the shadows el 'thl
university, .. 'j7
Hembree, the first in the ceail
mand to receive notifieatinn A
I his nomination, has been attend!
ig rou courses on the Isthmusl
gaining colleae credits
for his degree in perwnhel manl
agement,
Sii
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for prompt attention
will enable us
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JACKSONVILLE, fla.. Auf. 15
(UPD A Constellation' airliner en
route to Havana with 64 persons
aboard made an emergency land land-in"
in" land-in" at the municipal airport were
last night after the pilot revived
a false report a time bomb was

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! compart-! ment.
i Flight 999 of Cubana airline
from New York resumed its
I flight to Cuba near midnight after

a tnrnugn searcn o the aircraft
turned' up no Wee of a homb.
The emergency 'grounding came
after Capt. Francisco Diaz Novoa
received a radio message from
hi- dispatcher at Idlewild airport
In New York advising that a bomb
was hidden in tb? plade's luggage
compartment. The message came
as the plane was about 150 miles
east of Jacksonville over the Atlantic,

A Marine Corps demolition
pert, M Sgt, C. L. Dilbone, I
FBI agents and a Duval Cou
patrolman entered the plane :
unloaded the cargo, incluri
three poodles reportedly belonp
to one of the sons of Cuban Pn
dent Fulgencio Batista.
It was reported that the
had been expected to take t
flight out of New York but v
delayed at the last minute.
Passengers were herded to
small meadow nearby w h
they stood while the evacuf
plane was searched for thr
hours. Crash crews and emeri
cv equipment were stationed m
by.
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for the passengers to eat tt
airport restaurant while the
vestigation proceeded.

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Post Mortem Shows People Dead
Before KLM Plane Hit Atlantic
CALWAY, Ireland, Aug. 16 ( UPI ) K LM's chief medical officer said today his
xamination of the bodies recovered from Thursday's crash "indicated that all the
people were dead" before the big Super Constellation hit the Atlantic with 99 aboard.
"In each case, there was evidence of brain bleeding," Dr. K. Van Diager said
after assisting at the post mortems. "This indicated that all the people were dead be before
fore before the impact.
"All the external injuries we found were post mortem ones caused by the plane's
crashing at sea level and then disintegrating."
Van Diager added that there were no burns on the 34 bodies recovered and
brought here for examination.

The post mortem findings tend-
id lo support theories suggested;
ivcr since the crash that some
nine struck the four engined
iinne in thp air suddenly and
without warning.
KLM has refused to speculate
m various reports of lightning or
i bomb blast.
Irish medical officials who al-
10 examined the bodies were to
;ive a report at an inquest into
he crash later today.
At the dockside customs shed,
experts were still examining
pieces of the aircraft in order
to untangle the riddle of wheth whether
er whether or not there was an explo explosion
sion explosion before the plane hit the
sea.
The KLM manager a! Shannon
Airport, Liam Melling was asked
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Low 74 76
HUMIDITY:
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Low 74 79
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RAIN (inches) .05 .02
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whether sabotage might h a v e
caused the crash and he replied,

someming cenaimy inusi iiive;iitum nauiug amji muwi iuuuu

j happened very quickly." But oth-
er KLM officials said he had
not meant to indica-te sabotage.
The search for more bodies and
wreckage at the scene was called
i off. The Royal Canadian Navy
destroyer Crusader radioed:
"There is nothing more in the
crash area." Officials said there
was not a chance anyone surviv
ed among the 91 passengers, 53
of them Americans, and the 8 8-m
m 8-m ember Dutch crew.
Aviation sources said there were
four known factors tending to in indicate
dicate indicate a possible explosion aboard
the plane which was 116 feet long
and had a 123-ioot wingspan:
The plane apparently disinte-
grated. All that was recovered
were tne nosewneeis and an in instrument
strument instrument psnel.
I None of the recovered bodies
wore lifebelts, indicating no warn-
in-
The plane had four radios, but
none issued a distress call.
The plane could nave re remained
mained remained aloft even if two of its
four engines were crippled. It
was new, only two months old and
was equipped with radar.
Another mystery was why the
airliner, en route to New York
from Amsterdam after a stopover
at Shannon, was 100 miles off
course.
Col. J. Maher, manager of
Shannon Airport said it might
take weeks to find the cause if it
ever could be determined.
The destroyer Crusader fished
Short Short Story
Contest Offers
$1500 In Prizes
An Armed Forces Short short
contest with over $1500 in cash and
other prizes is being co-sponsored
by Boys' Life magazine and
the Armed Forces Writer's League.
Purpose of the competition is to
stimulate greater interst in writ writing
ing writing in the armed forces and to dev develop
elop develop new outstanding fiction for
the magazine.
There are live cash prizes, start starting
ing starting with a top award of $400 and a
li membership in th Armed
forces Writer's League, plus a!

special bonus award of a $100 U. soug"1 ,Dy tne Rovernment also
S. Savings Bond if the winner is a would have the effect of prevent prevent-league
league prevent-league member. Forty-five special !"g or, educing further sinking of
awards are to be give,, and on!- tne clty of LonS Beach itself.
standing stories not receiving cash
prizes may be selected by Boys' 3r Un.A AbJAh J

Lif editors for purchase at their
regular puoiicauon raies
The contest is open to all mem members
bers members of the armed forces, -egular
or reserve, active, inacti" or
retired, and to civilian regular and
associate members of ten Armed
Forces Writer's League.

OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) A
All entries must be postmarked war hero who fought the Japanese
by midnight. Nov. 30. Full in-; as a guerrilla in the Philippines
formation and entry blanks can; said today he will fight a govern govern-be
be govern-be obtained by writing the Contest rnient demand for $545 the cost
Department, Armed Forces Writ- of his transportation home,
er's League, 2140 North Oakland "I don't want to appear belii belii-Street,
Street, belii-Street, Arlington 7, Va. gerent," said John F. Linehan, 61,
Boys' Life magazine is publish- "1 just know the charee is not

ra ny ine Boy scouts of America.
The Writer's Lengue is a national
non-profit educational and patrio patriotic
tic patriotic organization of service and civ civilian
ilian civilian writers and artists who are
interested in rreative work for
publication, in or about the armed
forces The league publishes the
Armed Forces Writer Magazine.
Judge Opens Way
For Possible New
Trial For Caudle
ST. LOUIS (UPI) U.S. D,s
Irirt Judge Gunnar Nordbye has
onened the way for a possible new
trial for Matthew Connelly and T.
Lamar Caudle, former Turman ad
ministration officials convicted for
""!"
v 1 1
Nordbye late Thursday granted
the defense permission to qes-:
non a key witness in the case.
me witness. Harry I Sehwimmer
f New York, an altornev and one ;
Iimrrn defendant suffered, heari
attack during the trial and was

pioymeni oio not cover Iransporta-
Defense lawyers said Schwim-""l,. fu.
mer now is "ready and ahle" to I ,h JPanee forced the
make an oral deposition which ?mfr"ll rerea'- Linehan
might dear up "poisonous evi, ; l?k FlliP'"0 wife, their infant
dence" againsl the Iwn Truman URh,er ni a -year-old son bv
aides previous marriage into the
Connelly and Caudle were con- mountains. There he joined the
victed of conspiring to help St. Ruerrilla forces of Lt. Col Milen Milen-Louis
Louis Milen-Louis shoe broker Irvine R. Sachs eiocio Santos o" the Philippine
avoid criminal trial for alleged scouts.
inrome tax evasion. Both men' "I was no hero," he said. "It
are free on appeals of the con-1 was just a question of all us
viction. I fighting for survival."

up two bodies and the nosewheels
i and instrument panel. The

live bodies.
The French trawlers General
Le Clerc and Jules Verne each
had 11 bodies. An Aran Island
ferryboat carried another three
bodies and an Island lifeboat
bore 5 more in a tragic armada
towards Galway and waiting
white-painted Red Cross ambu ambulances.
lances. ambulances. The Le Clerc and the Jules
Verne arrived first with their
tragic cargo of 22 bodies.
Several hundred Galway resi residents,
dents, residents, many of them fishermen
used to tragedy, crowded the dock
area to watch the arrival of those
who met death at sea.
The only worse air disasters
were the crash of a military plane
at Tokyo that killed 129 persons
and the collision of two airliners
in the United States that killed
128. The KLM wreck was the
worst single commercial airliner
disaster.
At Shannon Airport today, the
usual hustle and bustle prevailed.
Normal flights continued and all
were crowded.
US Navy Shipyard
Sinking, Will Sue
California, Oilmen
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment filed suit against the
state of California and nearly 400
oil producers today to halt activ activities
ities activities which, it said, are causing
the U.S. naval shipyard at Long
Beach to sink into the sea.
Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers
announced that the suit, filed in
federal court at Los Angeles,
seeks an injunction and damages.
Rogers said that since the ship shipyard
yard shipyard was built in the early 1940s
one section of it has sunk "22 feet
as a result of the removal of ml-
nons of barrels of oil, billions of
cubic feet of gas and large
quanunes of water from the W
mington oil field part of which
lies under Long Beach harbor.
Rogers said that, technically,
the legal action is aimed at sav saving
ing saving the naval shipyard and other
government installations from Hp.
struction or damage caused by
"subsidence of lands in the Long
Beach area.'
"e , 0 cnal me injunction
He said that
ft Hi IIGIU VIUClCU
To Pay Fare Home
From Philippines
morally justified
"I'm going to fight this thing
through."
The government has ordered
Lineman to pay up or to face a
1.. nM. dSr.r
i-wsuji ine imj represents the
cost of brinainff Linehan hnm
from Australia, where he was
taker i after a submarine evacuated 1
..... i.uni me rnuiippines. I
U. S. Attorney Robert Schnackel
said m San Francisco that Line-!
nan signed a promissory note and
that officials in Washington have
ordered him to take legal action
if necessary, to collect it.
"We told him last year his only 1
icnci wouia De a special bill in
Congress, chnacke sad "An. I
parently he has been unable to
get such a bill passed."
T.inohan nqrnn tA nnn
a civil service worker at the Oak-
..... v M n 1. ca.us o't..MM. a year as
iana army terminal. He commutes
on weekends to he with his familv
in Santa Rosa Calif Y
He said oavment of th. m.i-
"will be an awful harrUhin-
Al th. tim .i.. t I
i. J n u V.T . a p? neT st,ark-
r.rl IK- ou;ii; :
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min'ii mi i i r I an n

Small Business Compromise Tax
Relief In Measure Closing Loopholes

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House today approved a copio
raise 260-million-dolIar tax relief
program for small 'business as
part of a tax law revision which
would close loopholes use by some
taxpayers and provide new bene benefits
fits benefits for others.
The voice vote on the measure,
worked out by a House Senate
conference committee, left only
Senate action necessary to send
it to th White House. It was as assured
sured assured of President Eisenhower's
signature.
The legislation provides a six six-point
point six-point program of "fringe benefit"
tax relief for small business.
It also would write into law a
Treasury ruling which bars tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers from taking a $600 exemp exemption
tion exemption for supporting a mistress and
prohibit business firms from de deducting
ducting deducting as a business expense the
cost of bribes or kickback paid
to foreign governments.
Thp mpasnrp wmilH ahnlish thp
$5 a day tax deduction which
some policemen get for sub
sistence pay and close a loophole
under which wealthy Americans
can avoid gift or estate taxes by
moving to Puerto Rico or the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Islands.
On the benefit side, the legisla-
A TRAFIC CONTROL STUDY
of the Panama Canal has recent-
ly been made by Richard L. Kim-
ball of the firm of Gibbs and
Hill, consulting engineers. Kim Kimball
ball Kimball is to give a talk on "Electro "Electronic
nic "Electronic Systems for Marine Traffic
Control" on Monday evening at
the August meeting of the Amer American
ican American Society of Civil Engineers.
Wife Sues Goldfine's
Son For Divorce
On Cruelty Charge
BARTOW. Fla. (UPI) The
domestic troubles of Horace Max.
well Goldfine, son of the gift gift-giving
giving gift-giving Boston millionaire, landed
in circuit court here today, near nearly
ly nearly a month after he slashed him himself
self himself more than 100 times with a
razor.
Goldfine's wife, Claire C. Gold Gold-fine,
fine, Gold-fine, a former night club singer,
filed a divorce suit charging ex extreme
treme extreme cruelty. The suit alleged
that Goldfine "abused and mis

luuoiu anu lino,
The suit also charged that the
36-year-old Goldfine cursed her
with "violent and abusive lan language"
guage" language" and told her that he no
longer loved her. The couple were
married in Sarasota March 9,
1957, and lived together until Dec.
28, 1957. Mrs. Goldfine lives in
Sarasota.
Young Goldfine slashed himself
July 19 after an all night party
at a Sarasota motel but none of
the cuts was serious. He was ad admitted
mitted admitted to a hospital and left
against doctor's orders the next
day.
Physicians said the slashing re
suited from "an emotional upset"
k...l,i v.. j ir.vi
rather than Bernard Goldfine's
difficulies with a congressional
committee.
Mrs. Goldfine asked the court
for an undisclosed amount of ali-
mony, attorney fees and restora
tion of her former name, Claire
C. MrTiehe. It was reported here
that Goldfine would not eonteat the 1
divorce
divnre.
CHAMFION,PF LIBERTY
UNITED STATES POSTAGE
HONOR HUNGARIAN Lajos
Kossuth, 19th century Hunga Hunga-ian
ian Hunga-ian patriot who inspired the
Freedom Fighters of 1956, is
honored on this new four-cent
"Champion of Liberty" stamp.
It will be first placed on sale in
Washington, D C- 011 Sept 18,

treated her in the presence of!ol?"s Pjeaaea mat the committtee
friends" causing her embarrass-j"lse the permanent ceiling from
ment and humiliation. 275 b 'n to the full 285 billion

r sV wr

tion would increase the maximum

medical deduction permitted dis
awed taxpayers over 65. The pres.
ent maximum is $5,000 for a sin single
gle single disabled taxpayer or $10,000 on
a joint return if both husband and
wife are disabled. These l'igurw;
would be boosted to $15,000 and
$30,000.
It also would give newspapers
and magazines the right to spread
subscription income for tax pur purposes
poses purposes over the period the sub subscription
scription subscription runs.
The measure would permit
small businesses to reduce taxable
income by deducting a larger per percentage
centage percentage Of the cost Of mar-h inpn;
and equipment for depreciation in
the year of purchase.
In addition to regular first-year
uuinKMuun, iirms would be per permitted
mitted permitted a first-vear rienrpriatinn .1.
lowance equal to 20 per cent of
uie cosi oi investment outlays up
to $10,000.
I ,.,In, ne case of joint returns
1 n'ea Dv nusband and wife, the
allowance would apply to invest investments
ments investments of up to $20,000.
This would apply to all taxpay taxpay-e
e taxpay-e .with dePreciable assets, in
eluding large and small business
firms and farmers. The dollar
limit was designed to insure that
most of the relief goes to smaller
firms.
The program also provides a big
tax break for the new privately privately-owned
owned privately-owned investment rnrnnralinne
which would be chartered under
other legislation nn, Vul
President's Jn.fa.
Corporations authorized by Con-
gress to help supply small bus
Committee Grants
National Debt To
WASHINGTON, (PI) The
Senate Finance Committee voted
yesterday to grant President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's request for authority
to let the national debt shoot up
temporarily to an all-time peak of
288 billion dollars.
Hut it chODDed twn
dollars off his comnsninn
for a increase in th "12 S
I Eh cp wm,"'
f ... ""'s "m'un coiiars.
1U.IMU, iivoiea 10 nx the per-

SSm .T'..1' .alsoiTi11 be necessary to prevent real

u.. 'iniuij duuiiH-uy ioao
limited tne temporary authority to
one year instead of two.
The group acted after its chair chairman,
man, chairman, Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.),
declared that the nation faces
"certain disaster in our fiscal
economy" unless there is a re reversal
versal reversal of the present course to toward
ward toward red-ink spending.
There was no record vote but
Byrd told newsmen the members
in general agreement on the final
bill.
Must Be Approved
The measure now must be ap approved
proved approved by the full Senate. After
that it would go to a joint con conference
ference conference committee to work out a
compromise between the Senate
version and the House bill which

gave tne administration everything
it sought. I However, the committee in ef-
The action followed a three-hour j fect to!d the administration to ap ap-pubhc
pubhc ap-pubhc hearing at which Treasury ?ty the spending brakes when it

secretary Robert B. Anderson
ana Budget Chief Maurice H
i ii.
asKea Dy Lisenhower
But Byrd accused thp arlmini.
(ration of a "colossal miscalcula-
Fire In Trian Tunnel
Stops Traffic During
New York Rush Hour
NEW YORK, Aug. 16 (UPI) -A
fire in the railroad tunnel un under
der under Park Avenue stranded approx approximately
imately approximately 50,000 commuters in
steaming Grand Central terminal
during the height of the evening
rush hour yesterday.
Authorities said the fire occur occurred
red occurred in the third rail, which ear-
ries electricity to train engines,
under Park Avenue and 70th
Street. It held up several trans
in the tunnel and stalled all com-
",ule' movement on Doth the
M "rk Central and New Ha
ven railroads, as well as the
crack 20th Century Limited.
The mishap began at 5:10 p.m.
when the temperature in the mid mid-town
town mid-town area was nearly 90. But it
became even hotter in the termi terminal
nal terminal as the commuters arrived to
find their trans had been delay delayed.
ed. delayed. One suburban pound train was
caught at 59th Street by the' pow power
er power stoppage. More than 800 pas passengers
sengers passengers left the train and walked
through a tunnel to a subway ex
it nearoy.
Another 11 car train bound
for New Canaan, Conn., was
trapped near a tunnel exit at
99th Street and Park Avenue.The
1,200 passengers aboard left the
tunnel through the exit. Other
trains were stopped before they
could enter the tunnel.
Train traffic started moving a a-gain
gain a-gain at 6:30 p.m., fiftetm min minutes
utes minutes after the fire was brought
unner control
Special police details were rush-
ed to Grand Central to maintain I
order during the rush.

iness yith risk capital would be
allowed to supplement their own
funds by borrowing up to 250 mil million
lion million dollars of treasury funds.
The tax legislation would ex exempt
empt exempt these small business invest investment
ment investment corporations from paying
any taxes on dividend income they
receive from investments, regard regardless
less regardless of whether they pay it out
to their own stockholders.
It also would permit these cor corporations
porations corporations to charge off their cap capital
ital capital losses against ordinary income
which is subject to a higher in income
come income tax rate.

Bulfighrer Cored
Killing Bull
For Shah's Ex-Wife
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain (UPI)
Vacationing Princess Soraya, for for-mer
mer for-mer wife of the shah of Iran,
ned a San Sebastian bullring
Thursday when Matador Antonio
Ordonez was seriously gored by
a bull he was killing in her
honor.
With blood streaming from the
open wound Ordonez remained in
me ring long enough to kill the
bull with one powerful sword
thrust. He was granted the bull's
ear for his bravery and artistry.
While being carried from the
ring Ordonez gestured to Soraya
with the ear. It was too much
tor tne shaken princess and she
le" "le. ? wnere she was seated
w"n ,trlends a"d fled the ring
A.J A 1
fir whe e doctors saW hi,
' wounTwas 'tJeraeTy si"
Request To Allow
Hit All-Time High
tion" last January when it fore forecast
cast forecast a balanced budget in the
fiscal year which ended June 30.
Instead, he said, the treasury
went $2,800,000,000 into the red.
"Unless we change our course,
e are going w certain disaster
' "JE" f'3' feonomy," Byrd said,
Zh.en he American do11" Ses
mown, then the currency of the
world collapses. Drastic ar-tinn
aisaster.
"Only Sound Course"
Anderson, noting previous esti estimates
mates estimates that the deficit for the cur current
rent current fiscal year might hit 12 bil billion
lion billion dollars, said spending was
running so far ahead of receipts
that raising the debt limit is "the
only sound course at the present
time."
The temporary increase is de designed
signed designed to enable the Treasury to
borrow money for government
operating costs when revenues are
expected to be down because of
the recession and xpenses up be-
L.use or oeiense and anti-recession
spending
limited the permanent increase to
eignt Dinion dollars and ruled that
the temporary hike should run
only until June, 1959, instead of
June 30, i960, as sought by Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. The proposed deadline would
gve ithe administration 12 months
less than it had hoped to bring
the debt back down to the perma permanent
nent permanent level.
The national debt now stands at
slightly over the permanent cil-
mg oi 75 billion dollars. The
treasury expects it to rise to
$287,200,000,000 next June 15 com compared
pared compared to the previous all timt
high of $280,800,000,000 on Dec. 31
1955.
Doing Pretty Good,
But Thai's Not
So Good After All
NEWTON, Iowa (UPI) Jerry
Alward, 13, Newton, wrote his
parents from a Boone, Iowa, sum
mer camp that he is having a
"pretty good time."
But .Terry added, "When I sav
pretty I mean I'm not doing so
good."
Jerry said he was doing flips on
the trampoline, missed, hit a steel
bar, bounced off, fell on his back
and hurt his feet, his ribs and
both arms.
Then, bis sleeping bag, pillow
and clothes got soaked during a
rainstorm the next day. He moved
nis air mattress too close to a
fire and burned a hole in It.
Jerry said he dropped his
glasses in the river while return
ing from a two-day canoe trip at
the YMCA summer camp.
"My left foot's big toe is broken
and on my right foot a bone fur.
ther up," he wrote. "And without
my glasses I'm not doing ao
good."
Jerry added a post script.
"Forget about takins me home
a day early for the junior olym.
nirc lunu wk.ki i .,, ,,i
the cast off for five weeks. And
bring the other air mattreM."

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Monitors In Teamster Heari

Advise Artinru
WASHINGTON fUPU tr.
court appriBted monitors for
james k. ami s Teamster Union
recommended m-oeepHinoc tnt.
which could lead to ouster of
uwen (aeri) Brfennan. teamster
vice president and Hoffa's close
buddy.
The monitors split 2-1 in urging
u,. xioiuu ue cnarged by the
union with misuse of funds and en engaging
gaging engaging in activities Which bring the
1,500,000-member flrganization itto
uisrepuie.
They suggested that Hoffa dis disqualify
qualify disqualify himself from takirnr narr
in the filing or investigation 0f
marges against mrennan because
of their association in managing
a jjeirou Doxer, amDrei uavttlson
Davidson told the Senate Rack Rackets
ets Rackets Committee last week that he
was paid $75 a week from team team-ster
ster team-ster welfare funds as a claims in.
vestigatpr, from 1952-54 although
ue never aia any sucn work for
the union.
Brennan took the fifth amend amendment
ment amendment in refusing to answer ques questions
tions questions concerning his relations with
the boxer.
The monitors set a lO.day dead,
line for the union to comply with
their recommepdations. They pre presumably
sumably presumably could ask a federal'
for a court order to enforce the
proposals if the union balked.
ine monitors' latest crackdown
came on the heels of a diselnciiro
that Hoffa had bowed to their
wisnes and requested New York
teamster official John McNamara
to take a leave of absence while
his appeal of an extortion convic conviction
tion conviction is pending in the courts.
McNamara, president of Locals
808 and 295 in New York City
was found guilty of shaking down
an employer along with labor
racketeer Johnny Dio. The unicn
previously opposed the monitors'
suggestion that McNamara be
asked to step down temporarily
.me monitors, set up by federal
court order in a compromise of a
suit challenging Hoffa's election,
also recommended:
Commissary Clubs'
Field Day Lists
Softball Game;
Listed on the agenda for the
coming Pacific Commissary Social
and Sporting Club's Labor Day
T?;.,l,i t : n -, ,.
r iciu uay in uion is a cnaiiense
from the Coco-Solo Hospital aoft-
Dan ream to open me day of sports.
Other teams to take nart. will
be the Corozal Softball team and
possibly the Goreas HosDital team
The Commissary Club in celeb
rating this day, set aside for work working
ing working people, has arranged with
the Panama Railroad to sponsor
a special train to leave the Citv
of Panama at 8 a.m. and return
ing leave the City of Colon at 10:"
30 p.m.
Aside from sports, the club, has
engaged Hermanos Paz and his
orchestra to furnish the latest in
dance music.
The dance will take place at the
Club Tropical in Colon. For the
benefit of excurtionist the Club
will be opened all day, and meren
ants o" Colon grant a discount of
all goods bought by excursionists.
Roud trip tickets can be pur purchased
chased purchased from any member of the
Club for 75 cents.
New York Priest
Chosen Army
Chaplain Of Year
WASHINGTON (UPI) Lt. Col.
Edward J. Saunders of Ft. Slocum
N.Y., has been chosenArmychap chosenArmychap-lain
lain chosenArmychap-lain of the year by the Defense
Department.
He will receive a special award
from the Reserve Officer Asso Association
ciation Association at a ceremony tomorrow
at Ft. Mayer, Va.
Saunders, now on the faculty at
the Army Chaplain s School, is a
Roman Catholic priest from the
diocese of Chicago.
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Fnr VP fVtor
Filing of charees smimi
uel Feldman. htuinvn
teamster Local 929 in Philadeluhla
...i.vuv uncuuK lu seu labor
neace to a rastatifant
$50,000. Feldman refused to talk
to Sena Ip
1 1 flA!
rvuuu, i llUild nun.
Xhtft Brennan take a leave o
absence without pay until a deci decision
sion decision has been reached in his case
An audit of the Michigan I .An i
terence of teamsters Welfare
Davidson was paid. This sunt
should be repaid by Hoffa and
iuc jnonn ors said.
ine teamster representative on
the mnmtnrc DIU. kn v
filed sharp
He called the recommendations' t
gross abuse of the board's power.
He said they "smcked !of to
talitarian methods" in which the
defendant is beheaded first and
uicu later.
Minneapolis Strike
Cuts City's Supply
Of Packaged Food
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI)-,
a leamsters union strike.
lw.J 1
f nc-nHmim ,...4 tt 1 Jl
j in n .iu v until n
nuiiuvo w uv uci 111 1VI 1 II
sota s grocery stores today.
All major chain stores in
iitaiiuus. a i i v in uuiri i.naTi
nnn it,n.,n u.. j v i.
journeyed across the Mississit
River to St. Paul to do their shoi
nine.
Long lines formed at Indepenfc
ent food stares in Minneapolis
and grocers said a rash of
"scare" buying could clear out
existing;stocks.
Farmers were still able to hriftii
eggs, dairy products arid ormflSi
imo we lmn "ties and there wertj
Plenty of baked goods. But TS6
case goods" canned arid hnttTn.
loods, cereals, and the like wer
moving int6 thid,
Th disput' spread to St. fM
where ahothftf Teamstfers local 'M
gan fMcketih j 30 to 40 stores. Shjfe.
ments to sOme stores in Duluffc
Minn., Superior, Wis., Sioux Falls,
SJ)., and Sioux City, Iowa, wer
also affected, -'
Paul Sheehdn, s president of th
Twin Cities Food Brokers Associa.
tion, called the strike "an awftfj
mess." He feared food supplies
piling up ,t railroad depots would
create a health problem.
Tndeoendents meanwhile, said
they didn't know what they would
do when their stocks of packaged
foods run OUt. Alreadv. manasibrt
f larger stores said they we
uaving iroume Keeping canned
goods in stock. They agreed th
buying rush wag yet to come, peiS
haps this weekend when house,
wives descend on grocery store!
for heavy, buying.
The dispute between the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters and the erocers started i
days ago and reached the crisii
point late this week.
Members of Teamsters Local
544 went on strike against Supei
Value Stores, Inc., and the firm
shut down its warehouses, rhtra.
ing threat and intimidation1 of
loyai employes, suppliers ant
farmers. Nine other wholesaler?
shut down in sympathy Aug. 4 in6
the- union followed up by striking
against seven St. Paul wholersl
ers.
The 17 firms serve a five-gtati
area and account for 80 per cenl
of the packaged supplies delivered
to Minnesota groceries.
A put tent driver on the high-
woy seldom becomes an Occident
patient in the hospitol. tmft
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