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

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

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PANAMA, R. P, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST W, 195
tVTt CENT!

AN INDEPENDENT ?HE

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To
An ex-convict was shot

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trying to escape arrest near Rain bow City.

The man is Sixto Manuel
rious condition at Gorges
Ha was shot bv policeman
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top and two warning shots fired in the air.

About 12:40 p.m. yesterday
Berguido, ex-convict 3199, who
has a long criminal record iii
the Canal Zone, was seen sit-
ig on the ran at ine ous stop
at of Rainbow City Commis
sary on Bohvar Highway by Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona detective Paul D,
Richmond. K
Richmond went to ths Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal police itation to satisfy
himself that Berguido was a de deportee.
portee. deportee.
Then he and Hope returned
to arrest Berguido. As they ap-

School Building At La Boca
T. Become Annex For Balboa

The use of the La Boca '..Ele '..Elementary
mentary '..Elementary school building as a
Balboa elementary school en en-next
next en-next and the reservation of
several classrooms In the main
Balboa elementary school for
use by Balboa Junior High
School students are anwng tue
school changes announced for
the earning yea; by the Division
of Schools. JV.
''fw. La Boea school, a fully
equipped school plant, which
was recently 'repainted and rer
novated, will be used by chil children
dren children residing at Albrook Air
We Base who attend kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten through sixth grade.
The tmrierearten in La Boca
10 ma be attended py m
tderearten students in tne
lalfoea and Ancoit areas.
tn. the Balboati elementary
School, five rooms will be used
for the soecial education pro
gram and eight classrooms have
been set asiae ior we jumui
High School classes.
The Reserve Officers Train Training
ing Training classes in Balboa will be
conducted in the former Cen Central
tral Central Labor Office on Roosevelt
Avenue until the completion
of the new ROTC Building

all

1

School districts ior tne scnoui "7.7--
year which starts edneeaay JJtai JJtai-mmino
mmino JJtai-mmino seat, x have been an- Poulh Margarita School

H as follows: I
Ancon School
Kindergarten from A n c on,,
uorrint wts nfthie Hts.. Bal-
boa Hts.. to the Administration
Building, Panama Ft. Amador;
15th N.D. Hdqtrs., Quarry
Heights.
Grades l-6( from Cable Hts.,
Herrick Hts., Panama, and An Ancon,
con, Ancon, including Houses 536, 537,
657, 558, 5i62 and on thte Ancon
side of these houses.
Balboa Elementary School
Ecuadorian Deportee
Nets Sit
Sentences In CZ
Pedro Alberto Rivas, 30, Ecua.
dorian, appeared before Judge ttti.
thrie F. Crowe at Ancon District
Court today en two charges of re
turning to the Caeel Zone after
deportation.
was sentenced to six months
In the penitentiary on each charge
but boln sentences were suspended
for three years during which time
Rivas will be on probation.
District Attorney Rowland K.
Ptard. said that on Oct. 7, 1957,
Rivas was stopped in the Zone for
I 'is no oneratars license while
driving a taxi it was later disco,
vered that he had previously been
d' t?'' from he Zone.
He was never traced unt-1
A. ..'3 t.ns year when he wis again
arrested in the Zone.
His attorney David Robles .told
the court he hid given up the taxi
driving and was flow an agent se.
ling dry goods in Panama City.
Thaddeus FellcisB Henry, 40, a
Si. Lucian, was tried in Balboa
Magistrate's Court on charge of
parking his bus Uleffejly on Diablo
Rd.
Ha entered a plea of not guUtv.
The judge found him guilty and
ordered him to pay a fine of $5.
Abidio Humberto Zerna', 31, a Pa.
namanian, Was charged with fai
lure to drive his bus to the rishl
o" vehicle going in the opposite
direction.
Zerna pleaded not guilty.
The verdict was guilty and a
$20 fine was impoosed.

Judge's Bench
' 1 ''''Ml

Shot In

Escape CI Cops

in the head by a Canal Zone
Berguido, 3 3, Panamanian.
hospital today.
David A. H ope after ignoring
-
proactK d, Berguido jumped off
the rail and ran across the
highway to the area at the back
of the commissary, and then to
a large vacant 'lot south of the
Motor Transportation Division
corral. ;
Both policemen were in hot
pursuit all the way. Richmond
called Berguido by name and
told him to stop four times.
Berguido continued to run in a
direct line for the New Colon
Corridor.
Seeing that Berguido could
Grades 1-6 from Ft. Amador,
15th N.D. Hdqtrs., Quarry Hts.,
Summit, Balboa Heights includ
ing sosa Place, uarien riace,
San Juan Place, and the Old
Corral area up to but not in
cluding Houses 536, 537, 557, 55S
and 562; and Balboa.
Balboa Elementary School
Annex (La Boca)
Kindergarten from Balboa
area. Grades K-6 from Alorook
Air Force Base.
B&ffeoa Junior and Senior $
Hib School
Grades r-if Vom the Pacific
area, including Gamboa.
Diablo Heights School
Grades K-tJXUm DiaVlo U.
Ccrozal, CUTUttrla, Curmv;r. Hts.,
Diablo Terrace tad Los Rio;
Co oli ,- chool
-Grades; K-t from C-cii.
Grades a -4 from Port Clayton.
Fort Kobbe School
sGja.des K-6 from entire West
Bank except Cocoli. Kindergar
ten and grades 5-ft, from Fort
ciayton. m
Gamboa School
Grades K-6 from Gamboa.
Irom Margarita,
"i Saii.?un C1UD Road
Grades 1-8 from
Vt Tavi
and the Republic of Panama.
North Margarita School
Grades K-6 from Ft. Gulick
and Gulick Hts.
Klndergarten from Ft. Davis
and the Republic of Panama.
Coco Solo School
Grades K-g from Coco Solo.
Fiance Field, and Ft. Randolph.
Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School
Grades 7-12 from the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic area.
Potter To Confer
With Americans
On Tuition Rise
A delegation of officer from
the American Society of Panama
were tc petition Canal Zon Gov
ernor William E. Potter This af afternoon
ternoon afternoon over the recently an announced
nounced announced increases in the tuition
fees for schooling in the Canal
Zone,
The governor decided to invite
a delegation from the Society to
discuss the increases wim "him
fillowine a flood nf Anmnlainle
received at his office from U.S.
cinzens living in Panama.
A number of parents with chil children
dren children attending schools in the Zone
are likely to be present at the
uieeung-
Last year about 550 tuiti nn sin..
pent attended Zone schools.
Three Get Small
Fines In Balboa
In Traffic Cases
Two taxi drivers came before
the judge in Balbna Magistrate's
Court today for haying their vehi vehicles
cles vehicles parked ori pjr street in a
place other than a taxi stand
The men, Cecil Augustus Roach,
80, Jamaican, and Heriberto I)e
costa King. 30, a Panamanian
both pleaded not guilty.
They were found guilty and fine J
$5 each.
Another taxi driver. Azael Gat.
zola, 35, a Panamanian, was charg charged
ed charged with driving his cab on Gailisrl
Highway without an inspection cer certificate
tificate certificate He was found euilty and ordered
to pay a fine of $5.

Head

policeman yesterday as
He was stated to be in a
seven shouted orders to
escape that way, policeman.
Hope called for him to stop
three times more and then
drew his pistol and fired two
warning shots in the air.
Berguido con 1 i n u e d his
headlong flight so, making
sure there were no houses or
people in the line of fire,
Hope took careful aim at the
fugitive's legs and fired one
shot with the .38 caliber pis pistol.
tol. pistol. At the time Berguido was run running
ning running In a bent-down position,
according to a police report.
The bullet struck him in the
beck of the head and he
sprawled to the ground.
For about four minutes he
lay there unconscious and then
regained consciousness and ask asked
ed asked the policemen what had
happened.
Ten minutes later Dr. Henry
de la Garza arrived with an
ambulance and transpor t d
Berguido to Coco Solo hospital.
He was later transferred to
Gorgas Hospital.
An X-ray made at Coco Solo
revealed that the bullet had
penetrated the skull.
A police report stated that
the wound was serious but that
Berguido's condition was "good
at present." police have located
several, eye-witnesses.
60-Cycle Conversion
Of Equipment
On (Zone Monday
fionversdnn of freotienc-seB
sitive electrical eauioment to
60-cycle current will-start Mon Monday
day Monday morning in the first sec section
tion section of Diablo Heights by the
Consolidated International Elec Electric
tric Electric Co., contractor for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zono Pacific area conver
sion work.
Notices have been sent to all
householders whose quarters
are included in the conversion
work slated for the first week.
These include houses in that
part of Diablo Heights roughly
sout hof Walker Avenue, which
runs through the center of the
townsite.
The work will start Monday
with the conversion cf equip equipment
ment equipment in the Diablo Heights Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School, the Girl Scout
Shack and several 1 other build
ings.
Tuesday, conversion will be
effected In quarters located on
Hains Street and Walker Ave Avenue
nue Avenue corner and will include the
camera club, the tennis court,
the Dredging Division Dock and
the Aids to Navigation building.
The work will continue Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday with 22 quarters build buildings
ings buildings located on Endicott Street
and several four-family quar quarters
ters quarters buildings located off Rous Rousseau
seau Rousseau and Shonts Streets.
In the notice sent out by the
contractor, householders have
been asked to be home On the
days and hours that their quar quarters
ters quarters are scheduled to be con converted.
verted. converted. 2 Son Bias Bound
For Trial In $100
Theft From Legion
Two San Bias Indians appeared
today in Balboa Magistrates Court
charged with grand larceny and
were 6ent to District Court for
trial.
The men, Francisco Solano, 25,
and A I onso Gonzalez, 20. em-
plyed as janitors by the Ameri American
can American Legion, are being held for
stealing $100 in $1 bills from an
o fice at their place of employ-
1 ment.
That court was told that after
the theft, they made no attempt
to keep it a secret, bragging to
to their fellow San Bias workers
and giving them some of the mo money.
ney. money. The culprits then made for 'Pa 'Panama
nama 'Panama City to celebrat their
good fortune.
CZ Driver Pleads
Guilty; Pays
Double Fine
Thomas Clark Desmond, 26, US
citizen, came before Judge John
E. Deming today on two charges.
He was charged with backing up
a vehicle in an Unsafe manner in
Diablo and then failing to report
in accid-it and awaiting their ar.
rival of the police on the 8cwit,
Desmond pleaded guilty on bni bni-counls,
counls, bni-counls, and was fined $10 for the
first and $25 for the second.

1 1
Potter Raps

SPECIAL AWARD Cleveland E. Stevens (center), the man whose idea is responsible for the
annual Safety Field Day programs in Latin American communities, is shown receiving a spe special
cial special certificate. The presentation was made by W. H. Smith during Governor Potter's com community
munity community conference with Latin America civic council officers at Pedro Miguel yesterday. Potter
is looking on. The certificate commendja Stevene for originating the Safety Field Day idea.

LatcEtJket 'Baskef&lculcmh
To Reflect Price Changes More Accurately

Terming the old "market bas-
ket" used as a once index for
non-US-citizen retail stores "a ster sterile
ile sterile figure," Gov. W. E. Potter
last night explained the purposes
and application of a new "Non "Non-U.S.
U.S. "Non-U.S. Citizen Retail Store Index,"
Speaking at a town meeting
held at Pedro Miguel, the Gover Governor
nor Governor said the index seeks to set
up "a more reliable and accur accurate
ate accurate measure of the effects of
price changes. He added:
"It will show exactly how much
less far your income is going
than it did before," he said.
Panama Canal economist Hugh
Norris explained the details.
The index contains the following
borad classes of goods:
Food" At Home 69.68
Home Operations 8.047o
Apparel 13.14
Personal Care 2.85
Automobile 14
Other goods 6.15
100.00
It is based on actual purchases.
In the food category, major i i-tems
tems i-tems are cereals and bakery pro products,
ducts, products, 19.44 meats, poultry and
fish, 11.84; dairy products, 9.-
; fruits and vegetables, 6.41
and other food at home, 22. "2.
Footwear, at 4.31 the larq larq-tt
tt larq-tt tingle item In the apparel
category;
Men's and boy's other apparel,
at 3.24 of the total, show up
almost twice as large as women's
and giri's apparel, with 1.63
There are also in the miscella
neous section, figures of $1.30
for men's suiting, 0.47 for dress
material, 0.10 for diapers and
0.10 for sewing supplies.
Cigarettes, with a percentage
of 5.25, accounted for all but 0. 0.-90
90 0.-90 of the total category of "oth "other
er "other goods," Which included cig cigars,
ars, cigars, beer, sports and toys.
It was announced that consum consumer
er consumer prices, on the avenge in increased
creased increased by 0.8 percent hewen
June 1958 and July 1958. Increase
in prices, on the average were
which increased 1.3 percent and
1.4 Dercent respectively.
Th most significant increas increases
es increases in feed price were a 12.5
percent increase in the price of
salad oil and a 20 percent in increase
crease increase in the price of canned
fruit juice. Other increases were
noted in egg end perk.
The Canal Company's explana explanation
tion explanation of the index announced that
it is construe ed so that it will
provide a measure o.' the effects
of changes in prices of ail goods
on the average non-U.S. citizen
consumer in the Canal operated
retail stores.
This has been done by weight weighting
ing weighting each of the ma. ior items in
the index with a weight that cor corresponds
responds corresponds to the relative impor importance
tance importance of that item to the total
expenditures of the consumer,
f vaperated milk, for example,
is an extremely important I-

tern as $5.17 out of every $100

spent in the retail store is tor
canned milk. Therefore,
change in tht price of canned
milk would bo approximately
40 timet important to the
consumer as would a change
in the price of prunes.
Not only do all price chinges
enter into this index but thj lm
Dortance of each price change in

relation to the overall purchases Each broad class and sub-group
are noted. of things in the index is compos-
The "local rage market bas- ed of specific items. Not all i i-ket,"
ket," i-ket," the old index, did not have items are equally important to
these calculated weights and, the average consumer so each
therefore, was not an accurate litem and group of items in the

index of the changes in living
costs.
Under the old index, for exam example,
ple, example, a one cent change in the
price of a can of pears would
have had the same effect on the
coast of the "market basket" as
a one cent change in the price of
canned milk. The average con consumer
sumer consumer spends approximately 4
times as much money on canned
milk as he does on canned pears.
In addition, the new index cov covers
ers covers all items purchased in the re retail
tail retail stores whereas the old index
was for a rather small group ot
selected items.
It must be reembered, accord according
ing according to the Canal, that this index
reflects only the changes in re retail
tail retail store prices and in no way
measures the changes in prices
of goods and services which are
secured from other sources.
Prices en the same items in
both US-rate and loca-rate com commissaries
missaries commissaries ire the same.

Specifically, the index figure fori total expenditures of the consum consum-a
a consum-a given date shows the percent er in the retail stores. These
change in the average cost of a j weights were calculated, based on

""".," ?l FvamuK pnccstne amount of money the aver aver-on
on aver-on that date, from the average in i age consumer spent on each item!
a base period. The base period o. j during the sample period,
an idex number is selected to priceg are compared with those :

uv.uc mum,,, .eieiei.ee poim, mat existed during a base period
the use of which makes compa- and the index number is he per-
nson between dates and easier centage variation from the base
matter. period.
1 he percent change measures in such an idex as this it is ad ad-only
only ad-only the difference between One visable to have a hasp tic I-(ii I r.(

time and another in the average
price foritne same quantities of!
goods of the same qualities
ihe index is composed of 1B7
different goods which are priced
and are f representative of a
"market basket" of all goods pur purchased
chased purchased frdjni the retail stores.
The selection of the items to
be included in the index and to
be priced each month was h.erl
on detailed in orniation on the
kinds, qualities, and amounts Cf
much was spent for them.
The first step In the construc construction
tion construction of this index was te find
out hew tne average employe
end his family spent their mon money
ey money in the retail store what
he bought.
To accomplish this a complete
record was maintained of all is issues
sues issues of goods to the Rainbow Ci City
ty City commissary by individual !-
tems for a sample period of one

if

!ss

month. By grouping very item
categorically it was possible to
determine the importance of each
group of items to the consumer.
The information thus obtained
was analysed and average! to
determine (1) the kinds of goods
bought) (2) the quantified bought
and amount spent for each aiti-!
cle; asd (3) the quality of each
article bought.
market basket also has a wieght
to signify its importance.
It would be both unnecessary
and impossible to price all items
that are sold, so a representative
list of some 167 different items
were selected and are priced
regularly. These items were chos chosen
en chosen because of their importance
to the ..consumer, and because, in
combination, their price move movements
ments movements represent those of all
goods.
Each item selected for pricing
was so defined that the same i i-tem
tem i-tem or one of equal quality "Will
be priced each month.
Each month prices will be
compared with the average pric
es that existed during Hie base
period and the percentage price
change for each Item it com computed.
puted. computed. Then the price change
re combined with their respec respective
tive respective weight.
Each o the 167 items priced
has a wieght which reDresents
its importance in relation to ihe
at least one year. By usiiu at
least one voir nil
variations are averaged iogeiner
Since the index has jutt been
constructed, the month of June
1951 will be the bate period.
After one year has elapsed a
new base will be established. In
the meantime, the monthly pub published
lished published index will reflect the per percent
cent percent variation between the cur
rent prices and those in ffct on
June jo, 1958.
PLANE INTERCEPTED
CAIRO (UPI) -The Egyptian
newspaper Al Akhbar said yestcr.
day four British R.A.F. Hunter-
type planes Wednesday intercept
ed an Egyptian commercial airlin
er flying "near Cyprus" en route
,vm n.mo.rn. n 'irn The
Ecyptian plane was allowed
continue its course sod reached
its destination safely.

R

Unknowing Talk'
' t

Gives Wrong Ideas

On Single

Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter declared yester yesterday
day yesterday that too much unknowing talk about the Single Wage
plan had given many people a false impression of the
benefits it will bring.
Noting that the Panama Canal already pays Local
Raters up to 180 per cent of the prevailing wages for
equivalent jobs in Panama, Potter said: "At no time wos
there any (official) talk about the philosophy of having
everyone on US-rate wages. The principle of the bill is
that everyone doing the same kind of work will receive
the same rate of pay, except that US citizens will get
their 25 per cent tropical differential and greater leave
allowances."
He told a Pedro Miguel Town Meeting that it was
customary for any company operating abroad to pay
wages common to the area of operation.

"l decry statements which have
been published by unthinking peo people
ple people who say the treaty is no good"
he declared. "The treaty shows
what was agreed between the two
goverhments.'V
"Thaw wuMw no case where
V.S. titizensior the time Job will
get more than Panamanians est
-- 7!
cept in cases, where employes are
grandfathered (frozen) in their
present scale. A-
"I think it is incumbent on all
to recognize that there will he a i
period where we will be working
into this new system. 1 don't think
you will notice much difference ex except
cept except in the field of competition."

The meeting was held out ofial

doors on the grass patio of Pedro
Miguel School.
In opening the meeting the
Governor said it was lovely lit little
tle little school end forecast that -jk!
great many people who grad graduated
uated graduated from it in the future,
would become famous in the Re Republic
public Republic end in the Canal Zone.
Commenting on the new com community
munity community of Pedro Miguel, he said
he had never seen a better kept
community. He said the living!
conditions were wonderful.
He told Civic Council leaders
who were grouped round the tatve
with him to warn parents to keep
children out of the commissaries
unless specifically sent there by
their parents to buy something be because
cause because they were too liable to tamp tamper
er tamper with things and spoil them.
A number of complaints were
voiced about the concessionary
bus service.
A Paraiso resident declared:
"We are getting iverything but
service lrom the Fill bus compa
ny. We wish the governor would
use his high office to see that
Gill's drivers keep up the serv
ice.
Miss V. Henry (Santa Crur.) said
mere naa oeen no compiamis in
her community and they had al
ways found Gill very heip'ul
when approached, but she had not
iced an incident in Pedro Miguel
where a driver refused to take a
child to its house in the pounng
rain.
Said the Governor: "In the
past people have been success successful
ful successful in taking their problems to
Gill. If they ire now net having
success It i tim fer us te step
in. I em sure he know the prob problem
lem problem and will right them. We
will tee something i done about
It."
Melvin Bierman, traffic engineer

u.eseni ai me meeting ana i continued between the mannge mannge-was
was mannge-was questioned about the road I ment and the Typographers Union
system at Rainbow City. There j over the firm's refusal to comi comi-were
were comi-were complaints about restrictions hue paying its press room em em-against
against em-against vehicles. I ployes for eight hours afteriSK;

Bierman said these were tide-
walks, net roads and were nev never
er never designed fer vehicle. They
re so narrow that If vehicles
were te step on them, others
would churn up the grat on
either side in overtaking. There
would be peel of water creat creating
ing creating a health hazard, and a fire
engine would get begged down
In trying to gain access te the
area.
The cost of widening the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk system would be between
$40,000 and $50,000. Then there
would be additional cost f provid-
sulewalks for the newly ?n
aiea roaos ana piaygrounns, since
to cnnaren usca tne sinewams now
It was suficested that if just
Andros Street was widened,

umors

Wage
'if

would give much easier vehicle
access to most of the houses.
Petter said the cost of this
lent would be about $25,000.
"We will try to m.k. Mils into e
preper need Hr yu and will jiig
SWBOrsU m rod program into
thf e.pitef pVtgram."

- ... uuics mn cm
vas which enter th inn
ppeaswt of the buses and ehi-
nama City, the Governor said they
were "dangerous rattletraps" and
if he had his wav. onlv rh. .i.t
ered bus system would run in th
Zone.
In answer to requests for addi additional
tional additional grass cuttlne in Inoi.-nt.
""munltfes. Potter said the Can-
"au new marmnoc u l.

meant they could fulfil irfMn'-V

......... ... r
JJhey could not extend
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
BBBBBSBBBBBBm
NATIONAL DIRECTO
! the .National Patriot i,
Coalition (CPNjbiet yesterday un under
der under the chairmanship, of President
j.meawj .a uuarmjK j
reportedly Resolved to gi
full backing to the "hint
Kieemeni, waicti ended a
flirt netweetN4he students
the government last May.
.wording to a report in
moraine tabloid,
ing, whigKj
hours, several
named to draft legislation
at fnmn vine with it
Assembly, which
1.
The agreement includes f clan
aimed ai harring memHert
National Guard from
private business and
the tenure of office?!!
of the National Guard
conclusion of the term
President who appointed ttafjyv
Counterfeit $1 bills are
i ing in Panama City, acc
! reports by the Secret Po
! series numbers of the ne
mscoverert so far are M
and R 305554161.
The daily Star and HeraM
ed to publish ior the second day
in a row todav as an imi
'n hours of work.
The typographers strike has not
affected other activities of the
firm's printery.
Splash Headltae
RICHMOND, England, Aug.
80 (UPI) A smMI nd tery
wet boy squished Into a M
lice station here last night,
took a deep breath, a n 4
bravely announced:
l have lust fallen in Ihe
river and decided t give my myself
self myself un."
A police sergeant explained
to Ifl-vrar-nld Tony WiHs;-ns
It was not a crime to fall in
to the river, wrapped him
it a blanket and took him homt,

fall

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j-.' The live stock is the cemetery -est.
SSo The hustler are the scary -est.
The queer ones are the lairy-est.
Jstreet is not for a vegetarianist.
If you buy your tickets from a vendor near Ancon around
JotiiVof July be on guard and mindful of the fireworks because
fomeflhe '4ance numbers are too hot to play for pastune and
Se burnuTg result may be very costly, both mentally Pgwal Pgwal-If
If Pgwal-If you don't listen now, then you can't say you wer enot warned,
"ammunition" supply dump is loaded
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for pro-for if your twisted brain will just let your heart guide the
Say, that you know is sensible oaded

By VICTOR RIISEL
ROME: An underground Com.
munist Party army of tough dis disciplined
ciplined disciplined and regularly trained
workers' militia has been ready

to move against the Italian govern

ment and our torces in Italy

ever since the Marines landed in
Lebanon. And make no mistake,

the Communist Party has its pri private
vate private army, a field force, no less.
The Communist Politburo and
Control Commission, which signi.
ficantly met here June 14, not too
long be .'ore the Iraq rebellion, has
its own war office. This is the
Party's Militia Dept. It works with
the Party's Planning Committee,
both run by Moscow-trained Communists.

The militia has special squads

of dynamiters, saboteurs and guer

rmas for open field fighting in

Southern Italy. It has units for

street battles and barricade bat

tling in the Red belt of Nrothern
Bologna and Emilia. These inner

cadres can be whipped out of such

plants as the giant Fiat works

and transported swiftly to itrate
gic points.

The Italian police know this for

certain because, for certain, the

police have infiltrated the Party.
The carabinieri, which ere a
hard working national "law and
order" police, have observed the
Communist Party Transport
Corps in action recently. The
Communists have been running
small riotous demonstrations a-

gainst rne u. a. almost every
week in some part of Italy. At

- Pure ood for thought, so why not satisfy the needs of your the larger of these bowlings In
MiW V"lJr .. ; ,ut vnnr hear! Breaches ih k tk. --

body by having your mina i!ro.w. r

He who sows hate now
will be a grim reaper later.

If you don't have the proper wve anu r-

the hot sun, the disciplined com'

redes arrive in Party owned
trucks.

The convoys reach the square.

II VOU OOn I nave F1 -- -J smic.
and things then vou will have a hard time following the first and jhey take up pre-planned spots,
most important rule of your life, which your heart is trying to beatThe Communist corps marches in

. a ent T7.- PninmnnmPl

iBtsTvcur Lrain: inc nisi vyu""'""-"-"- ... v--.
Your tongue is free and powerful. If you use t for thebenefit
Mhlr. inetead of vour own greedv pat on the back, then other
lSe8 wiU bo'ost you "ith Pride and joy higher than your mind
can "magme But it's only up to the proper height that your heart
18 aWeheS0 I'm" laughing last. You '-ghe, first when you
thouBht I was boasting and bragmg, am puttm ? myself out on a

wesk limb of a tree that nas u s T" tMnir

J:i .o i nnt Hmp mp and rion't be tooi'sn cnougn iu

till .uiu , . 1),. -nntrir vnn

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t ,v wnorH nr a crpnious

hptter than I have.

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Wpnrp might be th is: 1 was smarx enouisii iu
dXn oT felf-made ideals and desires were selfish ideas coming
from nv sandv, dry desert of a brain; so I humhled myself down
deeper into the core of oRd rock of knowledge given freely for the
tskine and the trusting. T was the fool once, but I admit it. Do you?
Tto! T words of inspiration are flowing freelv from my truing
nen suided bv the same trusting -source that created every little
kd that reached into the Lottery basket and drew forth a winner

for a few!

good formation to specified posi

tions in the piazza. They sing, or

tney scream, depending on the type
of psychological warfare desired.
After the bawl is over, they march
back. The trucks trundle the com comrades
rades comrades to dispersal areas, and the

vehicles are then parked in gar
ages ready for movement of com

uiuiiisi irooops wnen tne word is
flashed.

ABROAD FOR
THE IDEAL OF
FREEDOM AND
THE DIGNITY
OF MAN"
e e

PRESIDENT ELSENHOWER

iMI J !Mf ..i R'BIl dW I. 9JJ

V.'. i AM .1 IWl.T m

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

i

For days I faced
The barren waste

Without the taste of water.
Cnol. . clear water.
What is the rule
That gave this fool
Cool.... clear water.
Many people knew mv ether letters were just preliminary
missile being euided to this one primary message of truth, to d
the best wav that this feeble one could, in order that you would
he interested enouffh to at least read it.
T wasn't losing sleen and worrying about the numbers fa. l-ng
to hit. I W8f far more nervous and concerned about presen tine JWs
challenging data without having you at least reading all of it before
ek).u.R vour eves and heart at the moment vou noticed the
tual points piercing ybur guts until your th.ck sHill permits the
proper justice that your beedmg heart deserves to have.
This series of letter (with live Lottery numbers will cont nue
with a double purpose: Showing you the material proof (hits) along
with the uneen proof (the source behind the hits that can be seen
" ?A!1 iywthyoJ tll do is read these letters until I have finished
Reserve vour opinions and thoughts until my case is closed Then
you can blast away, and our thought' will be on the balan-in
scales where the dadd and mama will jump on the one side that
1. 41 tkmrnm nil. in viplrl velllCtaO I v

ai. k.tv m-itiiM w will .mlv stop me from dome the lo

t ti. Tti-v,. mv .tm"' to he a mountain of imoossib

iij t l..,. m,i.nmAmA in mnvintf that, mountain, siowiv out

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suits that the Werv so hatefulW has nroduoedH!! Vll,"1'""'
as t drum, but-fll loosen it lm with th- natural Hrhtnin 'holt that
.k.i,.. .,r.rvV.j A -vprvthini?- PATIFNCK' Yes. thats mv

VMimn nf a'einmnlishment whenever it becomes necessarv to use

jii. : ,.,v,aivrr mv heart drsires: Patience.

The fivff number, chosen will aooear here tomorrow along
With the tlrd rule of the Lottery, so, continued tomorrow. eh, hen.

KORBE RIDING CLUB
I ein understand exactlv how "Real Horse Lover" (Mail Box
Aug. IB) feels concerning the big chestnut with the white fare It
is tnrfethat onp can count everv rib and other bone in hi" body.
Believe me T also feel heartbreak towards the same horse. His con-
JlBut "ReaT Hor.e Lover" must try to realize that this situation
-.,n -t th. VAVk. nwintf rinh Nn other hovse at. the rising

club is in such a sad conHHion as the big chestnut with the white
face It is true that two othr-r hordes are staked withm sieht of the
highway, but thev are so staked because they are sick, and it is in
their own best interests to isolate them from the other horses
The reason the chestnut looks and is in such a condition is, I
Imagine, because his owner bought him a long time aeo, and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to forget just how much attention a hor r needs. It is not
and cannot be the resoonsibilitv of the Kobhe ridinp club to bu ne
food required to nourish this or any other horse. I am sure Real
Hors Lover" understands whv this must be.
The Kobbe Riding Club is a beautiful place to keep one's horse
or horses. Once a member has paid entry fees, the excellent stable
man will care for anv horsr according to the wishes of the owner
to milters of grooming and feeding, provided the food had been
bought and orders given to him to feed a soecified horse But it re remains
mains remains the sole responsibility of the owner to provide food to main maintain
tain maintain his horse in good health.
A? one horse lover to another. I would like to invite "Real
Horse lover" to come to the pastures and look over the other horses
at the Kobbe Riding Club. These others, many in number, sleek and
beautiful, obviously well fed and cared for because their owners
love them.
If "Real Horse Lover" can accept my invitation, I'm sure he
would agree he was unfair m blaming the club as a unit for one
one owner's apparent neglect of his horse.
Another Real Horse Lover.

Most of the Commnnisls'
headquarters, garages and

physical property millions of dol dollars
lars dollars worth really belong the Ita Italian
lian Italian government. The Communists
seized the real estate, printing
presses, farmers' cooperatives, mo motor
tor motor equipment and meeting halls

from the Fascists after II Duce

Was hung by his run down heels.

the Communist never paid for

me property The government has
never had the "courage to drive

them out.

So tne Italian Communist Partv

not only has political headquart headquarters,
ers, headquarters, but has woven this property
into a quasi-military network, too.

t urtnermore, they draw big mo

ney from the farmers' cooperatives
the buildings and other Fascist
property which the government

should have taken from them. Thus
the Communists are able to ease
some of their financil strain on

Moscow.
The highest governent officials

police authorities and some of
our American observers say flatly
that the Italian Communist Party

deiicit is made up by shipments
of Italian cash directly into Italy
by the Kremlin and by vbank

orart trom bwiss banks.
The Communist Party's military
apparatus is run by a former Com Communist
munist Communist Commissar of Spanish Ci Civil
vil Civil War days. He is the arrogant
Luigi Longo. So arrogant is Longo
that just just two weeks ago his
aides hinted publicly that they
were ready to move militarily. And
the jeep loads of khaki -clad troops
sitting night and day in alleys and
sidestreets near our Embassy prove

that the Italians take Longo se

riously. ;

No one doubts that the Com Communist
munist Communist Party army could be
splattered in one day. But that
still would bo enough time for
the Rods to cripple uch of Ita Italy's
ly's Italy's transportation syt0ff.
Therefore, it would hurt our for forces,
ces, forces, too. We have important In Installations
stallations Installations up north in Verona.

SAME OLD SONG AND DANCE
(But where's the music?): Mar
ion sulking because Anna Kasha
wants back into films as "Anna
Brando'?'. ..Dept. of Bad Breaks:
on tne eve ot Benny Goodman's
decision to record the Harwyn's
peppy quartet, its popular leader.
Herb Waters, was rushed to Uu
.-ospital with heart attack. .
Barrv Sullivan celebrating his

lireeaom with starlet Diane Kir.
trucks i y- -Dept. of Like Father List
.u, bon: Conrad and Nicky Hilton

1 lit.......

aouDie-aating me curreui iuiss

Denmark" and "Miss Holland"
and who got whom?. .New
Hampshire Sunday News, hinting

about a summit conference (it
any) at Mt. Washington Hotel in
Bretton Woods where America was

sold down the river to the i Reu.f

in 1944. .cnapeau nouge ready

ing a jazz kick for society Uixi

Diggers?. .Thought for today.

A cute cookie requires a lot of

dough.

This is the follow-up I promised tummy-tosser who tops 'em all, ia

out of circulation fouowwg a se serious
rious serious cold and put of Texas "mil.
lionares," too. When she recdV

er s she'll add her bare midriff to

the Vegas parade at El Rancho.

. .What genius decided to repre

sent the American theatre at the

Brussels Fair with the dull and
pinkish "Wailing for Godot," and

where is the money coming from
to keep '.lis turkey alive after its

many deaths?

, This Is It (Or is it? W g a t
ever happened to the Judy Gar.,
land authobiography? Did she
buy it back. .Rock Hudson and
Kim Novak are good for the press

agents, but isn t Betty Abbot,

blonde script gal, the one he likes

best?. Gambling chips, wlii

are practically legal tender in

the Havana casinos, finding thei:

wav into Miami Beach where a

Tropicana counter ended up in
the night's receipts at Harry
Mufson's Harry's American Bar
and a Havana Riviera chip came
into Junior's Restaurant. Rodg
ers and Hammerstein sending out

an SOS for Oriental beauts for
"Flower Drum Song." No talent.
Just looks. .I'm counting the
davs until Roberta Sherwood o-

Dens at the Latin ouarter. .s'n

mi talking about the new glass

enclosed Ivory Tower atop George

Sax's multi-million buck addition

to the Saxony. Glass.enclosed eie-

vator, too. N depression there.

Loved Wall St. Journal s "Lnor

us lines in Las Vegas casinos are

down to hats, shoes, talcum pow

der." (This I got to see.)

We have vital port facilities at

Leghorn. We have terrific Naval

equipment and harbor facilities at

Naples. To immobilize us in

these areas, the Communists would
need only to blow up the railroad
tunnels running down from the
north in the Genoa area, and the

tunnels, including the world's third
longest, running under the Apen Apennines
nines Apennines irom the central north into
Rome. I'm no military expert, but
this does sound like it would make

things a bit more than inconveni
ent.

Use of these disciplined cadres

was discu.ssed by the Communist
Party chiefs on June 14. Now it

would be real nice if the Italian

government discussed ripping the
military apparatus wide open be before
fore before it turns our allied facilities
which have cost the American
people billions in foreign and into
a mess, of tangled steel.

Sir

IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

If Philin N. Malcolm took a walk around the outskirts of Pan

ama, he would come tu realise that Local Raters on the Zone ar
living mighty comfortably now, compared to those of us who once
Heed there and have bad to move out.
tf Malcolm really wants to do something to help uplift his race
in the Canal Zone, I would suggest:
Preventing youths from gambling under the house;
3 A-king the Governor to help get jobs for students who grad graduate
uate graduate from the Zone's Latin American schools;
3 Helping youths to get interested in do-it-yourself hobbies;
t. Encouraging men-members to Join the union so that the M
cent men will get mora to carry home.
Unionist.

on nony Kicci Goebeis, the Brook

lyn mystery man wnos Known
in the underworld as "The King."

I've seen a list of phone caiis
maue irom the apartment in
which he lived at 125 Ocean

Pkwy., which proves conclusively

that be ure any important sup
was made in the underworld
Goebeis was contacted for oraers,
and be in turn contacted others.
When wires were being pulleu tu

release the movie extortionists

from the Federal pen, Gocoels
was constantly on the long dis

tance phone to Chicago. During i

the time oi the parole scandal in
1947, Goebeis was in communica.
tion with members of the families
of some of the paroled Mafia hoi.
shots. In that year he also con

tacted Owney ( 'The K 1 1 e i'j

Madden, supposed to be living in
Ut CI... 1,1, ",.ily.ml

(Al Capone's cousins) in their
luxurious triplex penthouse apart

ment at 3100 Sheridan Rd. in

Chicago, and with the late Jake
"Greasy Thumb" Guzik, paymas paymaster
ter paymaster of the Capone mob, at a Chi

cago miatown hotel. .He also
had conferences with Tony Accar.
do at the Owl Club in Calumet
City, 111., and was in contact with
Francis Curry, a bookmaker and

slot machine operator in Joliel

111. Goebeis was also in irecnient

contact with Pete and OUie Am.

stein, 19 E. Ohio St., Chicago, o
perators of organized vice there

And there was another flurry cti

activity on his phones with calls

to Chicago, Las Vegas and Bev?r

ly Hills immediately preceding the
slaying of iBugsy Siegel. .In his
early days he was connected with
the "Division St." gang with

Joe Adonis. .In 1928 he wa3 ar
rested in Chicago with Louis "Lit "Little
tle "Little New York" Campagna ior
carrying a concealed .38 but was
discharged on a technicality He
always led a charmed life while
other hoods got the publicity and

took the rap.

WASHINGTON While John
Foster Dulles was in Kio de J a.
jeiro and unable to coach his
chief on what to say at a press
conference, President Eisenhower

revealed his own real ideas for

peace in the Near East.
Inadvertently he also revealed
what only a few have known, that
there has geen a basic splii be.
tween him and John Foster Dul.
les regarding the Near East.
Ike wanis to patch up our shat shattered
tered shattered Near East policy by offer offering
ing offering a long-rang plan (or build

ing up tne Aran countries anu

guaranteeing Israels and their
boundaries against attack.
He has dusted off the Truman
idea of rebuilding the old irriga irrigation
tion irrigation projects which once helped
support the Near East as the era,
die of civilization.
But John Foster Dulles has dis

agreed. He has believed that the

first thing to be done at the spe

cial UN Assembly meeting is to

castigate Russia for murder, us

sassination. and civil war. He

has wanted to go back for years

to paint the record of intrigue of

Soviet Russia.

Eisenhower thinks this while

true, is a waste of time and .von't

get the world any nearer to peace

Prime Minister Macmillan sides

with Eisenhower. So does Premier

Fanfani of Italy whose country

first omeially nfonosed that Mar

shall Plan refunds be diverted

to Near East reconstruction
So Eisenhower's more construe
tive program will now nre vail vail-even
even vail-even though hitherto he has al.
most always bowed to his per

suasive Secretary of State.

ROLLING DOWN TO RIO

Dulles is a great traveler. But

even he floes not dart over to

London for a Baghdad Pact meet

Ing one week and then suddenly

'eave for Brazil, far removed

rom the Ner East, the net

week especially at a time when

vital negoti'ion were under" way

with tne Kremlin regarding

'immit conference and the Near

East. ..

Inside fact, however. Is that
Dulles was virtuallv orTed to

e'o to roraTii b" no less than Ei
senhower himself.

Item Bombs: Maybe the dead

romance between actor Nick Ad

ams and Kathy Nolan, the film
beaut, will rekindkle, since she

sent him a gold whistle for his

birthday inscribed, "If you wan

me, just whistle." . .Another

Kathyi, tfarr, that is, who sings

for KtA VHJtor for a living, hum.

ming ior pleasure to Henry moi

gan at the Envoy. .This is what

I call juggling: I mean Zanuck's
double dales on the Riviera with
his last gal friend, Bela Darvi ami

his current flame, Juliette Greco

. .Here's a WoW of the Week for

Lenny Kent at Jack Silverman

International, where he's very
funny indeed. .As the fella sez:
The only thing getting longer on
the babes' dresses are the shorn.
derstraps. (Kinda makes you
think at that.)

Ik suddenlv Woke uo to the

realization that the barn was
burning in nearby atin America,
'"hile we were trying to out out
hrvh f-res in the distant Near
East.
What woke him uo was a sirtia sirtia-tlni
tlni sirtia-tlni nreyiouslr renorfed in this
column on Jtv 24 and officially
renorted to Eisfmhowet by Am,
hassar HBirv C.tMfa Lodee from
tha'.TTtf -at abputi. fh- same time
namely that our T.otir, American
friends were deserting us.
Lodge made a count of Latin
American nations which would
supnort the United States on our
landing troops in Lebanon and

found that only seven out of 20
Latin American republics would
go alone with fins

Hitherto, the United States al
ways deoenrie'i noon Latin Amer Amer-ia
ia Amer-ia V solid Woe suonort at the
United Nions. Eisenhower was
so startled that he told D,ullei to

To Be Or Not to Be (is that a

question) : Sammy Davis. ,ir..

telling friends he can i atioro a

divorce. .Gotham traffic choked

by diplomatic cars here for tne
special UN session. Our over overworked
worked overworked "finest" even more over

worked guarding some VIP on

their night prowls. .Cabaret com
ics quipping that if the coppers
hadn't been so busy hauling jay.
walkers off the police stations,
they might have been around
when the jewel robbers struck.
. .Steve Cochran sported a mus

tache and Barbara Nichols at the)

Roundtable. .With supermarkets
featuring stars at their openings.
Eddie Condon opines that ham
finally found its proper place.

All Wood (And two columns
wide): The Great Profile is dead
16 years, but may again make
front page news K his heirs de decide
cide decide to fight for more participa participation
tion participation in the rights Of some of the
John Barrymore pics appearing
on TV. .Nejla Actes, the Turkish

End of the Line (Off the bus;:
If Sugar Ray Robinson is goina
to fight again, then how about
that plastic job on this schonozzo.
la?. .So much feuding in the

Porgy and Bess flicker cast
that Pearl Bailey is calling it
"Porgy and Mess". . .Rose'ano

Dance City's Lou Brecker, who

oughta know, says the cha ch

came into being when they read

the handwriting on the waltz. .
Eddie Fisher had an unusually
cheap visit to Las Vegas Lost
only 8 Gs on the crap tables .
With a line like "Middle East,
Meddle East, Muddle East," Wil Willie
lie Willie Kolmer should get out of the
clothing biz and go into the State
Dept. (Or become gag writer..'

rush to Brazil ia a last-ditch ef
fort to straighten things out
Actually, uuues out not aai
to go. cut the President, who has
begun to become genuinely ajam. ajam.-eu
eu ajam.-eu over the ttisnitegrauug sure
of the won- together wuh tie we
integrating s.o o coaUcai

nion in tne Uuiiea owues, virtual virtually
ly virtually oruered his Secretary of -Hmm
to go anyway.

ADAMS' POWER y
The man who sits next to anv

president of the United States i

always potent, wnether b be

Democrat or Republican.
But because Eisenhower haa
been absent two years out of ive
and a half, few Presidential As

sistants have ever been so potent

as auerman nuams.

An illustration of his Dower fi

the letter he sent to the Armv

from an acquaintance regarding

the Army's contract hassle with
the Raylaine Worsted Co. of Men

Chester, NJI. Adams' home state.

Adams merely attached a me

mo asking how letter shoiii.l

be answered, whereupon the Ar Ar-y
y Ar-y refunded t4i.onn tn Ravinn.

after refusing the refund for 15

years.

At least six witnpsapc hp'nra

the Hebert Congressional commit,
tee testified that the Adams' me

mo nacl an impact on them, which

was why R. M. Austin, brother of

staunch Republican ex Senator

Austin of Vermont; penciled in

longnano:
"Because of the intervention of
Mr. Adams from the White
House. .1 understand sentimem
is growing to grant another hear hearing.
ing. hearing. Though I deeply resent the
intrusion which I think is highlv
unethical, I am willing to go a a-long.
long. a-long. j
FORCING THI NEGATIVE
U. S. Ambassador Llewellyn
Thompson accurately predicted
that Premier Khrushchev would
reject the Western terms for a
summit meeting. He warned the
White House from Moscow after
getting look at an advance co.
py of the message Eisenhower
proposed to send.
This was a message Dulles and
had written for Ike deliberately
setting up the toughest conditions
possible for a meeting. Thompson

cabled back that the message
was all right if the President
wanted to make sure Khrushchev
would say no!
WARMING UP DE GAULLE
The Russians have secret!
sounded out Gen. de Gaulle to
See if he would be interested in
a exejhisive meeting with Pre.
mier IRhrushchev. This is part of
Khrushchev's strategy of playing
up to de Gaulle in move to
split him from the West.
A Soviet diplomat hinted this
week that, since President" Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and Prime Minister Mac Macmillan
millan Macmillan weren't Interested in a
Summit meeting, de Gaulle and
Khrushchev should get together
by tbemelves.
The French embassy has pass passed
ed passed on the word to de Gaulle in
Paris, and the West is watching
for his answer.

It's th Truth
A girl is happiest when
kissed
By a guy who proves
He's a fhr ianthropist!

she's

On Saturday-Aug. 23
Drop I" . Sac and Test Drive
The New
Renault "Dauphine"
(U.S.A. Specification.)
FRANCE MOTORS, INC.
Corner ef Cuba Ave. 26th St.

bog

Ot A

COLOMBO MEDEI.LIN

0M;

Still Punching (Or am I;?:

JAILED FOR tBAPLITS

WARSAW (UPI) Jehovah's

Witnesses Wladyslaw Rejdycb sr.d

Antoni Kulessa were sentenced to
six months in jail yesterday for

printing leaflets without submit.

ting them for approval by the

state press control office. The

court said it was not a "trial

against religion" but only t h
breaking of press control regu'a

tions. The religious organization is

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

Let us tell you how you can
atlll apply for an old line legal
reserve life Insurance policy
similar to your old N8L1 plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, yen may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
low N8LI rates charged by the
Government during W. w. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
ages.
No obligation, tear out this
ad and mail it today with your
name, address, f'ate of birth
and age to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., P, O. Box 0, Diablo
Heights. Canal Zone.

where your DOLLAR GOES FURTHER ...
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BOGOTA always retrefhinojy cool (like tpringtim. U. S. A.l. A chirmina Used of the old
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native languape, Inqli.h speaking travelers have no difficulty in making themselves understood.
Marvelous native dishes and the finest international cuisine. Recreation to please everyone! And
don I mis, the Salt Cathedral ef Zipaquiro. unique in th. world; old pro-Bolivar colonial buildings;
S.mon Bol.v.rt home; and L.gun. Gu.t.vif. (sacred lagoon of the chibchat).

MEDELLIN
year-round

Panamanians and
necessary.

famous far it's orchids, is one of th. garden .pots of Colombia with a balmy climate

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WEDKISDAY, AUGUST"!, 1958

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Senate Debates
Measure Regarding
Arraignment Time

House Accepts Senate Stand
For 7o Social Security Hike

dUAKES KILL TIN
TfiHRAN. Iran (UH) Ear
quakes killed 10 person and de destroy
stroy destroy d several villages in weft weft-ern
ern weft-ern Iran during the week end of officials
ficials officials said today.

WASflmuw 'u, ' WASHINGTON (UPI) Thell from the present 2u per cent

tie prepum t """ '" j House apparently ended the threat of the first $4,200 in earnings to
bate today on a controversal bill. e J vet0 touay b 2,2 per cen of lne first $4i8O0.

Jf'1 I accepting the Senate version of a The tax rate would go still higher

i2 ".T :rH. w I bill to grant a 7 per cent cost-of-

SrSSr ni 1'ving periston increase to some 12

rial a v rnnarcsinri9
1 million

Uldl LUUIU ioj v ft v ..-
jdjournment.

social security

The biH, approved 9 1 by
Senate Judiciary Committee,

out of a Supreme Court decision
freeing Andrew R. Mallbry, con convicted
victed convicted Negro rapist in the District
of Columbia, on the ground that
police waited too long hp'"'-" ?r
raigning the prisoner after his arrest.

in future years.
The rate for self-employed per-

benenci- sons covered by the system would

aries. go up trom3? to 3 per tent.

i Key members o; both parties; As originally passed by the
the I predictea the President w o u 1 d House, the bill also would havf
rew sign the measure despite earlier provided a 288 miltion dollar an-

aumiMslrallOn opposition 10 a lea- "uai increase in uie icuciai giaais

viniT fntistfo MEN of the 764th AAA Battalion last week successful completed the Generator Operator Main Main-tPnSchool
tPnSchool Main-tPnSchool at Srozal and received diplomas from James Ragan, school instructor, Members of the graduating class,
om lift to rieht bottom' row, are: Pvt. Kenneth Maughon, Headquarters Battery; Pfc Douglas Wheeler, Battery &; pfc.
from ieit to "gni, pf John Donoho, Battery C. Back row: Pfc. Guadalupe Garza, Battery A; Sp4 John
WcoSlr Landon BlSteTcVand Pfc William Wineen, Battery A. During the 80 hour course which
SSSI, ineeV Maintenance Division the student is taught to operate four different types of generator.
?rPom three to 80 KW In additC the student learns first echelon or operator maintenance. Maughon and Dheeler were
honor graduates of the class. (U.S. Army Photo).

vmm iwnvmFRS of the Inter-American Defense Board were briefed this week by Mai. Harold I. 'Jones, th director
f SSffSVAAxm Caribbean School. Front row left to right; Brig. Gen William K. Skaer, US. Air Foret;
LtSim W Dsbvis U sVNavy ; LL Col. Harry M. Albaugh, U.& Air Force; and Lt. Col. George B. Jordan, VS. Army Back
Bow- Ccf John Schmelzer, G-3; U.S. Army Caribbean; arid Col. Cecil -Himes, commandant ol the UB. Army Caribbean
School. (US. Army Photo).

ture increasing lederal grants for

stale public assistance programs.
The House sent the bill to the
White House by voice vote with

out debate. One source said Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic leaders received advance
assurance from a high administra-

Police here have complained tlon official that the Senate ver ver-that
that ver-that the ruling has severely ham-!10" wai eceptable to the Presi Presi-pereri
pereri Presi-pereri police work, particularly in "e"t- .

obtainine confessions. The Justice KeP- uamel A- Keed ( ""N. Y.),

Department has taken no position i "nking GOP member

for or against the bill.

It provides that a "reasonable"
delay in arraignment would not
invalidate confessions or other
statements otherwise admissible
as evidence in the defendant's

of the

House Ways & Means committee
which sponsored the measure, pre predicted
dicted predicted flatly that "the President
will sign the bill." Chairman Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark.) agreed.
If it had not accepted the Senate

measure, the house would have

trill. The measure also provides had to call flor a joint conference
that any arrested person be noti- committee to resolve difference
fied that he is not reuiqred to j between the Senate version and
make a statement and that any-1 the previously-passed House bill

imng ne says may De usea against which the administration opposed

him.

The Mallory measure was one
of four cleared by the Senate
Democratic policy committee Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for possible floor action be before
fore before Congress adjourns. Senate
Democratic leader Lyndon B.
Johnson (Tex.) indicated that at
least one of the others would be
brought up for a showdown vote.
They were:
A bill sponsored by Sen. Styles
Bridges (R-N.H), and others, to
restore to the states the right to
enforce sedition laws.

A mil denning tne basis on

which persons convicted in stae
courts can use the writ of habeas

corpus in federal courts to seek

review of their cases.

A bill sponsored by Sen. John

L. McClellan, and others, de

Signed to keep the Supreme Court

irom pre empting" state juris

diction in fields in which Congress
has not yet acted.

The House decision removed an-

to the states for their public as as-s.
s. as-s. stance programs to the aged,
blind and dependent children.
Arthur S. Hemming, Secretary
of Health, Education, and Welfare,
warned Congress bluntly that he
would recommend a presidential
veto unless this provision was
changed. To minimize the veto
danger, the Senate scaled down
the public assistance boost to 197
million dollars.
In a further concession to the
administration, the Senate tun
provided for a special study group
to determine if the federal share
of such programs had gotten out
of balance with state contribu contributions.
tions. contributions. The proposed benefit increase
would boost the maximum month monthly
ly monthly payment of individuals already
on the rolls from $108.50 to $116.
Persons going on the rolls many
years in the future could qualify

other major obstacle to congres- 1, urang'ng 35 hlgh aS
sional adjournment later this 7J Km.on h' ., .
week. The social security benefit The J?" also would raise ,0 J25t
increase will show up in checks!? m?nt ,h',m?'"ml! combined
which will he maiioH t ; ,i I familv benefits for widows of cov-

February,

The hike is designed to make up
tor the rise in living costs since
the last general increase in bene benefits
fits benefits was voted in 1954. However,
the program has been liberalized
in other ways almost every elec election
tion election year,
To finance the boost, the pay payroll
roll payroll taxes on emolovers and pm-

ered workers with children under

18. The present maximum is $200
a month.

START NEW PLANT
NEW YORK (UPI) -Air Reduc

tlon Co., Inc. today announced

lt has broken ground for rev

oxygen and nitrogen producing

ployes wiuld be raised next Jan. plant in Kansas City, Kansas.

AZORES VOLCANO ERUPTS
HORTA, Azores (UPI) A vio violent
lent violent new eruption of th Cape,
linhos volcano has caused exten.
sive damage to crops and pasture
land through the Azores island of
Faial. The eruption deposited
ashes over pasture land and farm farmers
ers farmers reported livestock was refused

to grave on the ash-etrewen fields.
-id v, .nan T"' i
WILL TAKE COMMAND
WUERZBURG, Germany (UPI)
The U.S. Army announced here
Monday that Maj. Gen. Roy E.
Lindquist, commander of the 3rd
Infantry Division, would take over
as chief of the Army's Northern
Area Command on Sept. 4. bind
quist will be succeeded as 3rd Di Division
vision Division commander by Maj. Gen.
John S. Upham, Jr., the an.
nouneement said.

IN

HOLLYWOOD...

LONDON (NEA) -The last act acting
ing acting days of Robert Dooat in he
Inn of the Sixth Happiness, just
, before his death here, were a
atrain only great troupers and
fans of Donat like Ingrid Berg Bergman
man Bergman and Curt Jurgen and Direc Director
tor Director Mark Robson would endure.
Donat, a chronic asthmatic,
was a dying man. It was his first
movie in five years. He was broke.
He couldn't remember his lines so

they wrote them on an onstage
blackboard. At times he couldn't
read the lines, either. But they
babied him and waited for him
and flattered him.
One dav Csry Grant visited the
set. Cary," trim of body and youth youthful
ful youthful in face, is S3. So watt Robert
Donat.- But Donat was a feeble old
ban and th physical difference
between them aent Ingrid Berg Berg-n)n
n)n Berg-n)n crying, to her dressin room.
But Donat. who knew it was his
last performance, gave them the
greatest acting df his career-
It was "Goodbye, Mr. Chips'
with Donat playing a Chinese
mandarin.
MY ..13,WMlLi..Holrywood
to-Eprbpe movie junket is fight
on shed-yule: I'm back In London
and in-a couple of days it will be
A fttamnrville. U.S.A.. on

twa' liunrv Jetstream Polar

hop. But first I'd like to give ypu
a smorgasbord or two of Hclly-in-Eurnbe
movie notes.
Hir lifuMr amnkprs Orson Welles

and Darryl Zanuck were laying

down a; smoke screen in me
trench bistro where they lunch-

,t while Welles was acting in

TKo nnt nf tlpaven." It Struck

wSSm funnv bone, as they sat

there miffing away. "You know,"
he said to Zanuck. "The differ difference
ence difference between my cigar and your
cigar is bluff. Mine is bluff."
Orson was indignant at the
time over i national maaatine
saying her "bleated" a protest ov over
er over something the magazine had
sairT abrtot him.
"I bark, I bellow, I bray," storm stormed
ed stormed Orson, "but I never bleat."
"THE ROOTS OF HEAVEN,"
filmed mostly in French Emia Emia-lorial
lorial Emia-lorial Africa with t spectacular
scenes of a herd of 1SO0 wild el? el?-pHantsthc
pHantsthc el?-pHantsthc largest ever photo,
graphed could be another "Bridge
on the River Kwai." A possessed,
dedicated man. Trevor Howaro
sees the elephant as the last and

greatest living image of liberty
that still exists in the world and
seeks to stop the wholesale slagh slagh-ter
ter slagh-ter of them by big game hunters.
A strange group of sympathizers
and opportunists (Juliette i Greco,
Errol Flynn, Eddie Albert and Or Orson
son Orson Welles) join him in the cru crusade.
sade. crusade. The elephants, like the Kwai

bridge .lav as symbol for intense

adventure and excitement- gen

erating ideas.

Trevor Howard's role is much

like Alec Guinness' in "Kwai," I

observed to Zanuck "Yes" said

Zanuck,'" and after I our film Ho
ward WIL (BE Alec puinness."

chariot sent young Canutt Into

the air like a misguided missile.
He landed clear of th charging
horses and by a miracle suffered
only a cut nuder his chin.

CHUCKLE HEAD

. THE WEEKS ON location .'in
Africa were th-' toughest in film
history. There were no roads for
the film company's 38 vehicles,
which bogged down in swamps
and choked and coughed, and
broke down along with the cast
and crew, on dusty plains and in
ateaming jungles. 'We're going to
show movie audiences an Africa
they've never seen before." pm.
niises Zanuck. The Studio de
Boulogne in Paris was the scene

cf interior filming while I was

there and a hospital room set
war a bit tricky for the French
French set construction crew.
I guess it was because all they
ever build for French films are
boudoirs.

IT WAS STRANGE hearing
the French assistant director cal calling
ling calling for "Lights, camera, action."
In Paris it comes out, "Lumiers,
moteur, partez.'
One of the elevator operators
on the Eiffel Tower just has to
be one of Bob Hope's overseas

gagmen, un me way 10 me lop lop-he
he lop-he points to a nearby marble
arch in a park and says, "That's
the tomb of the unknown tourist
- fellow who wandered away by
nimself and fell off."

CHARLBTON HESTON wasn't
kidding about his chariot tor

"Ben Hur." It DOES have hy hydraulic
draulic hydraulic brakes. The studio Inst

ance department thought il
would be a nice idea. But even hy hydraulic
draulic hydraulic brakes didn't save the big
stunt man son of movie veteran
Yakima Canutt, doubling for lies
ton in the more dagerous scenes,
from being thrown 50 feet out n

a fast moving chariot. A scene

where, the chariot's four horse

leap over the wreckage of another

BURB SERVICE FEATURED
HUNTS VILLE, Ala. (UPI) The
fire department at the Army's
Redstone Arsenal offers curb ser service.
vice. service. When a truck hauling tar

caught fir on the has?, the

driver sped two miles to the fire-

house, where the blaze was ex.

tinguished.

NOT FOR MEN ONLY
JANES VILLE, Wis. (UPI )

Tavern keepers here have leaped

to the defense of the fair sex with

an "equal rights for ladies" cam
paign. i

Ladies are not allowed to sit

at the bar in taverns and the

owners are trying to have re repealed
pealed repealed an old city ordinance thai
says they must stay at the tables.

A cordial Wecoma to one and all to
sm and Test Dm: .
The Renault "Dauphine"
(U.S.A. Specifications)
FRANCE MOTORS, INC.
Corner ef Cuba Ave. 26th St.
SATURDAY AUG. 2i

lady's

A

From $50.00

At a flick of your wrist, the
Tissot Lady's Automatic Watch windt
itself, regularly and silently
SWISS JEWELRY STORE
11th 4 Front Street COLON

Fabulous

ttNCST OOAUTY

MICH FHION JBS& FLOOBCOVCBIMO

for every room
in vour home

Available
in Scatter & room A
Wall-to-Wall carpetirtg.
NEW DECORATOR
COLOR TONESt,
Rug Pads-only $.30 sq. ft.
Plastic Rug Protector
$1.26 yd.

only a few
GENUINE CHINESE
Hand Woven Rugs
Still available. .
see them while they
last

use our CLUB REVOLVING
CREDIT or EASY
MONTHLY
PAYMENT PLAN
Free "Chlco" de ORO
Stamps
Tropicana
The Furniture and,
Home Furnishing: Store
Tel. 2-0725
4 In of July Ave. & H St.

Yes, Santa Is here. Start
saving- your tickets for our
Xmas Drawing. You can
win SI. 500.00 Free.

COMMUNIQUE

STUCK IN PIPE
ATLANTA (DPI) Charles
Maynard, a 200-pounder, had to
be hauled out of a 20-foot lake
overflow pipe by county police.
He had lowered himself into the
pipe to clear an obstruction and
became so tired he was unable
to climb out again.
DEVICE TELLS SEX
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
International Telephone and Tele
graph Co. announced Sunday the
development of a complicated "2e
vice which' can tell men from
women.
The device, which en detect
the difference In heat radiated by
men and women's clothing, h is
many military and commercial
uses, especially where heat sen.
sitivity Is concerned.

TRAIN TRAFFIC SNARLED
LONDON (UPI) -2 Commuter
train traffic into the financial dis district
trict district of London was tied up yester yesterday
day yesterday by an accident in which two
rear coaches lumped the track

Six persons were treated for min

or injuries.

All

KIM TO
EUROPE

AMSTERDAM

MADRID P P"
PANAMA rarceiona OMi

Only 1 Stop Between Panama And Europe
riy lb KI M IS clttta rut through Eutop tor lM than SSH.M.
The bourdw Centenary and Rrusacla World Pair now within jrour
rcaeh. The rout includes Madrid, Rome, Geneva and other major
EuroncaA eaoitali.

oiher trina to Enron from I3fi7.n
on. A MOST attractive Pay Utar
rln with monthly Installments of

tinacr fzD.ff.

SCI YO-1 TRAVfl AGENT. KIM Royal
Dutch Airlin.1. 31 -VI 2 Ttvoll Av.no.,
Pomoko, I.P., Telephone 1 1823

WORtD S FIRST AIRLINE

w i Ev

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90YAL DUTCH MtM

The popular store
El Puerto Libre
("B" Ave. and Salsipuedes)
.
i
announces the arrival of
300 Pieces of flowered linen, assorted colors
5C0 Pieces of fast color flowered cotton fabrics.
PRICES ? ?
You don't need to ask; you already
know Puerto Libre prices!
Thousands of persons exchange their
COUPONS daily for tickets on the free RAFFLE :
Beautiful CHALET
that EL PUERTO LIBRE STORE is giving to its
customers as CHRISTMAS GIFT on the 21st of
December according to the National Lottery.



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PAGE FOUR
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
WEDNESDAY, Al'GtTHT If, I9S

ffi

Soctal and

Bu Sla

Jt Jiff L .mJ t,l.,L,.

FAREWELL RECEPTION FOR MR. AND MRS. LUKE
THIS E ENING AT HOTEL INTERNATIONAL
Mr. Raymond Luke, Director of the Industrial Division
of the Point Four Program, and Mrs. Luke will be honored
at a reception this evening which will be given by the Hoard
of Directors and General Manager Mario de Diego of the
Institute lor Economic Development at the International
Hotel. Mr. Luke will leave soon for Guatemala.

MeGlade-Williams
Wadding Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williams
of Balboa announced the marriage
of their daughter, Margante Kaui Kaui-leen,
leen, Kaui-leen, to Mr. Charles A. McGlade,
too of Mrs. Katherine McGlade
of Balboa and the late Avery 0.
McGlade, on Aug. 9 in St. Antho Anthony's
ny's Anthony's Church in Fort Lauderdale, 1
Fla.
Miss Vales Honored
At Crystal Shower
On Sunday. Aug. 17, Miss Ko Kola
la Kola Angela Vales, daughter of Mr.
and Iflrs. Emilio Vales, whose
marriage to Mr. Pedro Tirado
will talte place on Aug. p7. was
guest of honor at a crystal show shower
er shower given by Mesdames Teresa de
Angulo. Livita de Guardia, Miss Misses
es Misses Monica Alvarado, Velvia Brin Brin-gas,
gas, Brin-gas, Margarita Lalorraea and Ro Rosalie
salie Rosalie Young; ai the home of Ro Rosalie
salie Rosalie Young.
Those present were Mesdames:
Angelita Vales. Freddie Cornish,
Vera Gatooni. Josephine Lim, Bet Betty
ty Betty Taylor, Rosina Latorraca, and
Daisy Kwai Ben. Misses Florita
Vales, Jaonne Cornish. Alba Chu Chu-tis,
tis, Chu-tis, Vilma Ramirez, Isabel Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, Amalia Latorraca Alicia
Winberg Monina Perigault, Liz
zie Robles and Pearl Kam.
Naval Officers' Wives
Have Coffee Par.y
The Naval Of.icers' Wives Club
Well known company of offers
fers offers position to serious
Salesman, preferable bi bilingual,
lingual, bilingual, experienced for
sales in Colon, tfood salary
and prospects.
Apply to: D. D. 134
DORSSE
SCHOOL OF

TWELFTH YEAR ON THE ISTHMUS
Reopening September 4th
Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Classes
children of all ages in

BALLET, TOE, TAP, ACK0BATIC, MODERN JAZZ
Morning classes for kindergarten and pre-school children.
Registration August 28-29-30 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Hall (upstairs) Balboa

OTHER PRODUCTS OF THR
COOPKRATIVA I'ISQIKRA: BWWlfflu3ii
SMOKED SHRIMPS M
KANTAII SHRIMPS SOSTWlWltWfoTOsOl
COOKKU SilitlMP BALLS 1 1 1 WmmMUMMUMiiUiKM
O SHRIMP KALI S for BREADING
FROZEN SHRIMP
FROZEN USH FILLETS

Otii

Iterwi5e
ers
..r Pau, 2-0740 .r 2-0741 L,lw
met recently for coffee in ihe
Balboa Room of El Pan una Hit
ton. Nine new members .veie wel welcomed
comed welcomed at that time. They were
Mrs. Robert Shimp, Mrs. F. R.
Sanborn, Mrs. J. K. Athow, Mrs.
R. L. Hargrave, Mrs K. B. Han Han-Ion,
Ion, Han-Ion, Mrs. J. A Flenniken, Mrs
M. E. Thompson, Mrs. J. A. Whit Whitman
man Whitman and Mrs T. M. Tatum, Jr
Mrs. 0. Hoffer was guest of
Mrs. C. J. Hoffer, Mrs. Ot'o Fairt Fairt-ing
ing Fairt-ing of Mrs. J. Eastwood, Mrs. El El-gie
gie El-gie Emerson of Mrs. T. J Em
mett, Mrs. John Schinitzer of
Mrs. J. A. Flenniken. Miss
Jeanne Whitman of Mrs. M. Leo Leonard,
nard, Leonard, Mrs. Betty Brown of Mrs.
C. K. Miller, and Mrs. B. D. Mc Mc-Elheny
Elheny Mc-Elheny o." Mrs. J. E. Whitener.
After a short business meeting
conducted by Mrs E. Moore,
President, "white elephants" were
exchanged by the members and
there was a drawing for door
prizes which were won by Mr::.
L. V. Castro, Mrs. F. L. Jones
and Mrs. T. J Emmett.
The entire group was then tak taken
en taken on a tour of El Panama Hil Hilton.
ton. Hilton. IAWC Hospitality Commit:
To Have Barbecue
The Hospitality Committee of
the Inter-American Women's Club
will hold a barbecue in the bohio bohio-of
of bohio-of the National Distillery on the
Trans Isthmian Highway for club
members on Thur.-.day, Aug. '?8
from 6 until 9 p.m. Music will be
furnished by Lucho Azcarraga.
Tickets may be obtained from
members of the committee or
from the Club's office in the Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Guest House.
Miss Olive Brooks
Returns From Vacation
Miss Olive Brooks of Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista has returned from a States va vacation
cation vacation which included stops n
New Orleans and Iowa City, and
a motor trip through the west
WAITES
DANCING
for
TASTE THEM TODAY

Be

134,
Pc
anama
8.00 10 ..m. y.
'on a route through Yellowstone
Park, Seattle, Cali ornia, the
Grand Canyon and New Mexico.
Birth Announcement
Lt. and Mrs. Fred H. Lee, Jr.
announce the birth of their sec second
ond second child and second son, Rich Richard
ard Richard Ro b b i n s, on Aug. 12, in
Muenchweiler, Germany. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Fred H. Lee of Ancon and mater maternal
nal maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max R. Hart, formerly of
Balboa, now residing in Buffalo,
New York.
CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
Each notice for inclusion in fht
column should be submitted hi
rvsowrirtcn term end mailed ee
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise." or delivered
by hi id to the office. Notices mt
meetings cannot be accepted bv
tM.l'DhOA
Catholic Daughters
Catholic Daughters of America
Court Our Lady of the Miraculous
Medal No. 874, will meet on
Thursday night August 21 ai 7:30
p.m. at the home of the Knights
of Columbus in Margarita. This
is an important meeting and all
members are urged to attend.
NARCE Meeting
The Canal Zone Chapter No. 38
of the National Association 1 Re Retired
tired Retired Civil Employes, will meet
on Thursday at the old Ancon post
office at 3:30 p.m.
Cristobal O.E.S. Star Club
Cristobal O.E.S. Star Club will
hold it's regular monthly meeting
Thursday, Aug. 21, at 7:30 pm
at the Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Regular business will be taken
up, and las' minute plans for the
"Cake Walk" Friday night, will
be discussed. Mrs. Matilda Neely
and Mrs. Ann Pennoek will be in
charge of the refreshments and
entertainment. All Eastern Star
ladies are cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. AUSTRIA GRANTS ASYLUM
SALZBURG, Austria (UP1)
Austrian authorities have granted
political asylum to sevep Yugo Yugoslav
slav Yugoslav students who fled their court,
try in a dangerous mountain climb
over an alpine range, a police re.
port disclosed Monday. Police
said the Belgrade students, mem.
hers of the Yugoslav Alpine Asso Association,
ciation, Association, set ut on a mountain mountain-climbing
climbing mountain-climbing tour o' several Kara
wanken Range peaks earlv in
July as a pretext for their flight
to Austria.

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ACROSS
I Village in
Hardin
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4 Edison's
birthplace
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Ohio
12 Heart
IS Anoint
14 Mineral rock
15 Before
18 Storehouse
17 Narrow inlet
18 Demolish
20 Assam
silkworm
21 Fruit
22 Steamer (ab.)
24 Educational
group (ab.)
26 Sewa lightly
29 Manufacturing
city in Lorain
County
33 Moving
34 Amid
33 Ignominy
38 Indian conical
tent
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property
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40 Number
41 East (Fr.)
42 About
45 Transposes
(b.)
47 Out of danger
51 Boundary
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52 Vapid
54 River in
Virginia
55 Entire
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the nose
57 Assist
58 Scottish
sheepfold
59 Enchantment
60 Written form
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Women Volunters Become
Teachers Classroom Pets

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPI)-Teacher's
newest pet is the classroom helper,
a woman volunteer who takes over
schoolroom chores other than in instructing.
structing. instructing. This fall, some 8,000 of these
volunteers will go back to school
lor at least three hours each
week, in a unique program spon sponsored
sored sponsored by, the Ladies Auxiliary to
the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
The auxiliary originated the
project last year, said Mrs. Ray
Godbey, of Lynwood, Calif., the
national president. Mrs. Godhey
is in town for the auxiliary's 45th
annual convention.
She said the pro Vim has ore
major aim to free an over,
worked teacher Irom some of the
non teaching jobs and leave her
more time for educating tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's citizens.
The "pilot" project opened last
October In Kansas City schools,
iwith 21 women VlBrs. By
year's ehd, it hadlipifjid' to all
parts of the nation.
Volunteers in Illinois $pve near,
ly 4,300 hours; in Nebraska, H.TMj;
in North Carolina, 3,400 in Ohio,
1,600. All told, some 4,000 women
volunteered 37..000 hours.
"This year, we expect to doubk
the number of helpers," said Mrs.
Godbey, in an interview.
"The greatest need so far has
been in the rural areas," she said.
but we have workers for where-
ever they are asked." The im1
porcedure is for the local VI W
to let the school know workers are

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(Backed by Best Service facilities in
Town)
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Corner of Cubs Ave. 26th St.

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available, but wait to be asked
to help.
iBut Mrs. Godbey said ther? are
exceptions in New Mexico, one
parent worried about her own lit little
tle little girl crossing the street en route
to class, and asked if she could
serve as "cop" on the corner for
the corner for the whole school.
Volunte.rs pledge themselves
not to take pay and to perform
"without comment or question the
tasks assigned to me by the teach,
er or school adminisrator."
These assignments may include
taking attendance records, collect
ing money for milk or hot lunch,
helping young children with hats,
coats and galoshes, passing out
and collecting work material,
helping in the library.
Helpers guide young children to
playgrounds, tidy up the clas .-room,
room, .-room, answer telephones, do typ
ing or run duplicating machines
in school offices. In some cases,
they've also been asked to chape chape-rone
rone chape-rone dances.
She said the project has appro appro-m
m appro-m of Wading educators and the
National Education Assn.
Apprently it also has th srpc
tion of the children. Mrs Godbey
said volunteers now find them themselves
selves themselves being treated to aooles, or
other gifts, just like teacher.
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TOKYO (UPI) Japan's beev
consumotion in July was Wi all
time high figure, the tax office r.
ported tnrtav. The consumuticn
was 557.000 koku, roughly 26,541. 26,541.-000
000 26,541.-000 "al'nns or 158,740,000 large
size bottles.

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Both North and South overbid ?
trifle and a club opening would
have surely beaten the slam. How However,
ever, However, West did open the jack of
hearts and dummy and East
played low. If East had taken his
ace the hand would have been a
spread.
Arnold Levine of Pittsburgh
who sat South noted that then;
was only one combination of
cards that would allow him te
bring home 12 tricks. East ii&d
to have the king of clubs and the
ace of hearts and West had to
hold the king of spades.
Any play, is better than no
play so Mr. Levine won his queen
of hearts and led a spade to
dummy's queen. When it he' J
business looked up a little. A low
spade was ruffed and a diamond
led to dummy's jack. The last
low spade was ruffed and now
Arnold led another diamond to
dummy and cashed the ace of
spades, discarding a heart.
Now the king of hearts was led
from dummy. East won with his
ace and had to lead away from
his king of clubs, since the lead
of a heart would enable Arnold
to ruff in his own hand and dis
card dummy's losing club.
O The bidding has been:
North East South West
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What do you bid?
A BU three diamonds. It Is
important to show this ijSHSSSSsd
support right away.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
bid of three no-trump. What do
you do now?
O Wiffel Sa
You're sure to please a woman
if
You ask her for the recipe of
a dish she has served you.
You fell her how much her
daughter looks like her.
You marvel at the fact that any
one so young looking as she could
possibly be a grandmother.
You ask her advice on a pro
blem of your own.
You pay her a nice compliment
in the hearing of her husband.
You guess her age as ten yers
younger than it actually is.
You listen attentively when she
is talking about her children.
You comment on how well be behaved
haved behaved her children are.
You admire the way she havs
decorated her house.
Your credit her with a ereen
thumb, if she happens to be a
gardener.
You tell her she must have mnr.
ried ,very young when you hear
the ages of her children.
You tell her you want to hear
all about her vacation, her opera
tion or her new grandchild.
You tell her you don't see how
she manages to accomplish av
she does, no matter how much or
how little it is.
You ask for the name of her
hairdresser, dressmaker or decor decorator.
ator. decorator. She'll be even more pleased
if it turns out that she gave her
self her permanent, made her
own dress or did her own deeor
ating.
You tell her something you
haven't told another soul.
You tell her that no one else
could handle a certain volunteer
job as well as she could. This is
almost sure to please her so
much she'll take the job and. nit
wonder until later why she ever
said "yes."
Pretty Party Dish
NEW YORK (UPI) Molded
potato salad makes a pretty party
dish.
Bring 1V4 cups water to boil.
Remove from fire, add 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons instsnt minced onion, and
stir in 1 envelope instant mashed
potato. Mix 1-4 cup each prepared
mustard and mayonnaise, and
blend into hot potatoes.
Add 1 cup diced celery. 1-4 cup
diced green pepper, 2 tablespoons
chopped drained sweet pickle, 1
tablespoon cropped pimento, 2
chopped hard cooked eggs, l-z tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon sslt and 1-8 teaspoon white
pepper, and mix well.
Brush 1 1-2 quart mold or in individual
dividual individual molds with salad oil, line
with strips of green pepper, 2
sliced hard cooked eggs and sliced
olives. Gently press salad into
mold and chill. Serves 6.
Frozen orange Juice was dev developed
eloped developed only about a decade ago.

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Actress Katy Jurado expects
thai as soon as Ernest Borgnine'o
divorce from his wife is settled,
he'll speed to join her in Mexico
City. .Get ready for Juliette Gre Greco's
co's Greco's next visit to New York. A A-mong
mong A-mong other hard-to-achieve de demands,
mands, demands, she's asked Darryl Zanuck
to provide her with a white Kon.
Royce when she comes over for the
premiere of "Roots of Heaven."
uoviousty Juliette's rapidly achiev achieved
ed achieved sophistication hain't began, to
cover the area of swank automo automobiles;
biles; automobiles; she doesn't know a Rolls
takes time.
The Dorothy Malone Jacques
Bergerac romance appears senou.
enough to cause Stan Hoppert great
concern. Mexico, still the center
of the Communist party in Central
and South America, suddenly has
become headquarters for a huge
Latin-Ammrican counier eit ring
specializing in phony American $20
bills a favorite way of raising
funds for the party. .Lance Re
ventlow scarcely qualifies as t
Chamber of Commerce booster for
Hollywood. He recently quoted is
mother, Barbara Hution, as des describing
cribing describing the film town as "like tra traveling
veling traveling in a glass-bottomed boat
over a sewer."
In this global era it's not e e-nough
nough e-nough to sing. Sallio Balir, on the
brink of an engagement at tho
Copacabana in Rio, is spending
her evenings cramming on cur current
rent current political events on tho se serious
rious serious advice of friends who know
tho scene. Apparently tho press
down there are more inclined to
views than their show business
Interview stars on their political
careers, and several well-meaning
but not too well informed
ontortsiners have wound up tho
subjec.s of unflattering newspap newspaper
er newspaper stories simply because they
weren't up to commenting on tho
international situation.
Jack Durant, who opening at the
Carter Baron Thatre in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, was asked to eliminate any
Gold.ine-Adams jokes from his
routine, as there's a possibility that
the President and Mrs. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower might attend the premiere. Du
rant assured the worriers there
was no problem; he uses nothing
but old jokes. .Get ready for 'a
couple of Errol Flynn announce announcements.
ments. announcements. He's about to sever his ma marital
rital marital ties with Pat Wymore,
formally, then name his next
bride.
Harry Belafonte's first personal
appearance in London was a ma major
jor major triumph. The crowd cheered
for 10 minutes after his two and
a half hour one-man show at the
huge Kilburn State Theatre, and
the more rabid fans celebrated by
ripping the doors off Harry's fo foreign
reign foreign sports car as he tried to
drive away from the stage door.
Ann Sheridan got some o' the
worst reviews this side of the Cher Cherry
ry Cherry Sisiers when she opened in Chi.
cago in "Kind Sir" but is proving
more popular with the audiences
than the critics. .Dorothy Dan Dan-dridge's
dridge's Dan-dridge's newest admirer is some
what of an eyebrow-raiser. .If

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you thought Screamin' Jay Haw
kins was weird, take a gander ai
the latest explosive stylist, a lad
named Esquerita. He plays a song
titaled "Please Come on Home"
which is enough to make you stay
far, far away, and his trademarki
are fewelled sunglasses and a hair hair-da
da hair-da a foot high.
Jazz clarinettist Tony Scott ii
in Flower Hospitsl for surgery.
Ricky Nelson is quite smitten with
Lorrie Collins, the youthful chan
teuse. Gives her presents for th
house, which is usually indicativ
of serious motives.
Apparently there are two film
ed endings for "Tho Key," ana
although most movie audience!
only got to see one, customer!
on Fire Island the other evening
could take their choice. Tho pic picture
ture picture ended sadly with Sophie Lo Lo-ren
ren Lo-ren riding off on a train and
William Holdon racing to tho sta sta-tion
tion sta-tion too late to catch her and
loam her destination, iut with
no pause whatever a similar
scone fleshed on, with Holder
arriving before tho train chsgged
off and gathering Sophia into bit
arms for a blissfully happy fi finale.
nale. finale. France Nuyen, who'll star in
"The World of Suzie Wong" on
Broadway next season, is moving
mm a uunaiown apartment at
Josh Logan's suggestion to ab absorb
sorb absorb Oriental atmosphere. .Sim
mons Jones, the fashion propogra propogra-phe'r,
phe'r, propogra-phe'r, predicts that Audrey Garcia
of the Hawaiian Islands, will be become
come become a top model whether she
wins or loses a beauty contest be because
cause because she's breathtakingly beauti beautiful
ful beautiful from every angle.
Professionally unhappy Oscar
Levant has one thing to, smile a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. George Shearing included his
lovely "Blame It On My Youth"
in the album "Burnished Brass"
and the LP has leaped into th
best-seller class. .Jean Louis Jau
bert, leader of the Compagnons ds
la Chanson, will marry a ravish ravishing
ing ravishing Paris model Lulu-just be
fore Christmas. .The contract
guaranteeing Judy Garland's ap appearance
pearance appearance at the Sands in Vo
on Oct. 1 contains more clauses
than an international peace trea treaty.
ty. treaty. YANK WORKIR KILLED
BANGKOK, Thailand (UPI) (UPI)-American
American (UPI)-American construction worker
Philin Horin. 41. wis iniitrorl fa.
tally when he was hit by a truck
Thursday on road-buildine curoi
ect near Pitsahulbke, Thailand.
His seWest relative, Henry W.
Morin of NW Bedford, Mas.,
has been notified, company of fi,
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PAGE FIVE
From Doldrums
Exhibit Rescues Small
erwi&e

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST M, IMS

Social and Otk

Art

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VSJfSE Dh- e! 1.
ititute Pan Amerieano and u
wife were speakers at the montSr
meetlnj of the Aftrook Protes Protestant
tant Protestant Chapel Guild. Dr. and Mrs.
Fisk shared with, the members
ind visitors their experiences of
many years in Panama aa mii mii-ionaries.
ionaries. mii-ionaries. Both he and hil wife
inlightened the Guild with facts
ind heart warming experiences a a-bout
bout a-bout the Guachapali Mission in
Panama which the Guild assists
tn carrying on the missionary s
fifteen visitors were introduced
t Mm AuoiMt meetins. Mrs. C.

Babb and Mrs. J. Smith served
is hostesses. The Guild meets
me second Wednesday evening of
ivery month at 7:30 in the Cha Chapel
pel Chapel basement and all Protestant

women are invited to auenu.

Bern And Mineral Socitty
To Held Annual DJrmer
The Gem and Mineral Society
prill have their annual dinner on
lug. 29 at the American Legion
Club in Amador. Reservations for
he chicken and steak dinner can
ke made lay calling Mr. Worley,
Balboa 4203. The members are
ilso reminded election of officers
will take place at the meeting to
oe held this Friday.

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house. Joe Reynodls, Carol Kapi

nos and Billy Coy received a fine
reception .'or their difficult and
eye-catching work in the jitterbug
and bop.
With the evening packed with
dancing, games, contests, enter entertainment,
tainment, entertainment, party dances and e buf buffet
fet buffet time passed all too quickly am
the tired but happy children aD
agreed it was a "real ball."

Quote Unquote

ST. LOUIS The U. S. Court
of Appeals, in reversing a lower
court order which would have
postponed racial integration of
schools in Little Rock, Ark.,
until 1961:
"The time has not yet come in
these United States when an order
of a federal court must be
whittled away, watered down, or
shamefully withdrawn in the face

of violence and unlawful acts of

individual citizens and opposition
thereto.";

NEW YORK Secretary of

State John Foster Dulles, de

fending collective security pacts
binding the United States with

other nations:

Y KAY SHERWOOD
Antidote for the restlessness
youngsters often experience dur
ins the late summer "dog days"

is a long-range activity that wil

enlist their talents and give them
something to look forward to.
One such activity successfully
tried is many communities is the
an event is both creative and
flexible.

Neighborhood mothers might

suggest a snow tor an the young youngsters
sters youngsters on the block; junior art

shows are often favored by an

organized croup.

n. smaller project an art snow

staged within a circle of imme

diate friends.

All children should be encourag

ed to participate, no ma'ter how

young. The most interest is us

ually found in the iive.to-11-year
old group.

We're going to try one in our
neighborhood as a star attraction

on the Labor Day weekend.

I'm indebted to Mrs. Corinne
Murphy, program specialist in
the arts for the Girl Scouts, for
some definite ideas on how to
help the venture along.
Mrs. Murphy is the director of
a summer arts festival held in
Asheville, N.C., this year.

Medal And. Silver
Dance Jamboree
Over 350 persons including par parents,
ents, parents, friends and guests attended
a fun packed evening at tnerfl.
cent Harnett and Dunn jambo jamboree
ree jamboree last Saturday, night at the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Club for their
Junior classes.
These children range in age
from to 12 and for most of mem
it was the first big dacing party
that they had ever atpded.
Dunn, the M. C. announced the
earlier part of the evening that
any boy or girl who guessed; the
three magic words for this jam jamboree
boree jamboree would win a prize. Jeffrey
Hirschel decided it was 'Shall
We Dance"? and found himself
the lucky winner.
Sandra Bowen, Rex Chase, Ju Julia
lia Julia Fielder and John Scott were
the four silver trophy winners.

This contest was a tie. These chil children
dren children had studied and worked dili diligently
gently diligently for four months in order
to comoete for this coveted prize.

Medal winners for the jitterbug
end bop were Janice Wilson and
John Bundy wbodid t fine job
in displaying rhythm, styling and
variety Linda Cash and Danny
llimm wpr the other counle

who also were medal" winner in!

their group. t
Temmy Rettie, Stephen Hume,
Patricia Hays and George Mon Mon-tange
tange Mon-tange who represented the small smaller
er smaller fry (ages to 8) receive priz prizes
es prizes for their, rhythm and effort in
dancing the ever popular Jitter Jitterbug.
bug. Jitterbug. Father and daughter honors
went to, Sgt Shelton and his
daughter Michelle who won "a
round of applause for his fast
iterointr in the iitterbue. Mrs.

Hume and her son, Stephen, 'were

ragged oy me juages ivr. weir
Smooth style in the fox-trot,
house, Joe Reynolds, Carol Kapi
nett and Dunn. Brendita Barn-

"There are, I know, some who

feel that it is reckless for the

United States to identify our own
peace with the peace and security

of others. History teaches us that

not to do so would be reckless. It
would be to invite a series of
aggressions which at first might
seem tolerable to us, but which
would become intolerable. War
would inevitably result."

Encourage children to be crea creative,
tive, creative, she says, but remember that
most youngsters need some gui guidance.
dance. guidance. Discuss general themes for
the art work and let them choose
what they want to do.
If a circus has been in town
recently, there's plenty of sub subject
ject subject matter in mind. Beach,
boats or other vacation activities
are good subjects to suggest.
Very young children find it
easiest to work with crayons,
chalk, poster paints and temepra,
Mrs. Murphy says.

Apartment house wall becomes an art gallery for youngsters' creations at climax of an end--'
summer project At right is Mrs. Conine Murphy, Girl Scouts' program specialist.

Water colors require more ings and to select the ones they backdrops
skill. Some older children might I want to exhibit. ic by

for paintings held in
masking tape which

want to make their entries with

scraps from the sewing basket
and other odds and ends.

Backgrounds for pictures or cardboard boxes are

those paste-ups can be any firm backing.

white or light-colored paper.
Incidentally, garden paste -ups,
or collages, are good for summer:
double-faced cellulose tape can
be used to hold leaves and flow flowers
ers flowers to the background.
The afternoon rest periods and
rainy days are good times for
young artists to work. Encour.
age them to make several paint-

Those can be framed a few won't hurt the surface

days before the- show. Shirt
cardboard or pieces cut from I think our picket fence will

useful for he just about long enough for the
exhibit area. Mothers, dads and

Tape or paste the picture to friends are expected to visit the

the board and "frame" with gallery, of course,
colored construction paper or In a show staged by an organ organ-colored
colored organ-colored plastic tape. ized group, questions such as
charging admissions or selling
The site for the show depends the paintings should be carefully
on whether it's sponsored by a discussed. For the informally or or-group
group or-group or is a more-or-less pri- g-uiized neighborhood displays
vate event. admission is rarely charge nor are
Walls and fences are sturdy paintings sold.

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, LOS ANGELES-Henry Harris,
father of Roy Harris, on his son's
technical knockout defeat by
heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson:

"He (Harris) ran out if gas in
the third round. I knew- Roy had
little chance after that."
ATLANTA Georgia Gov. Mar Marvin
vin Marvin Griffin, under fire for his
administration's alleged mishand mishandling
ling mishandling Of contracts for highway
centerline paint, in an executive

order to prison director Jack
Forester:
"Get you aome syrup buckets
and bedslats, make paddles out of
them and make that paint."

oCittle ffaids Jor Small 5ra follow Jldult Styles

CHICAGO Police Cant. Her

bert' Rums,, to detective Jack
Muller, Chicago's champion ticket
writer, on Midler's leave of of-absence:
absence: of-absence: "It's going to be quiet around
here without you."
" LOS ANGELES William D.
Vennard, head of the voice de department
partment department at the University of
Southern California, on the popu popularity
larity popularity of some poor singers:
"Without realizing how sadistic
it is, the public really enjoys the
sound of a person I tearing him himself
self himself apart and abusing his voice."

BY GA1LE DUGAS
NEW YORK (NEA)-Plaids will
march down the road to the lit little
tle little red schoolhouse in great num numbers
bers numbers this fall.
For the small fry, they're small
plaids, scaled down to a minia miniature
ture miniature size and done in the right
proportion for a tot.
In general, these small fash fashions
ions fashions follow adult atyles but
they're handled with a feeling of
fun. There's nothing of the se serious
rious serious Victorian miss looking ex exactly
actly exactly like mama in these new
clothes.
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uuw ueus, uruppeu waismnes

and brief pleated skirts are
naturals for children. They have
the figures for them. The trapeze
is right for children, too, when
it's properly lined to keep its

Shane. S
The straight and unfitted dress
with pleats' that stay in is one
that looks smart and will get
mom's vote since it takes rela rela-tivley
tivley rela-tivley little care to keep it
spruce. We show two examples
here.
Dress with plaid top and permanently-pleated
skirt (left) .is
in orlon-and-wool jersey. It's
done in warm tones of brown, has
narrow patent leather belt at low
waistline. Deep white cuifs have
jet buttons.
The last word in easy care is
this plaid dress (right) in royal
blue dacron and rayon. It can go
through a full cycle of the auto automatic
matic automatic home washer, then be
dried at moderate temperatures
in the tumble dryer and be ready
to put on again. The pleats will
stay crisp and flat.

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INTER-AMERICAN DEFENSE BOARD visitors are shown
arriving at the U.S. Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick
this week for a briefing. Brig. Gen. William K. Skaer, U.S.
Air Force, is at the left and Col. Cecil Himes, School com commandant
mandant commandant is at the right while in the background is Lt. Col.
George B. Jordan, UJS. Army. Earlier the group met Maj.
Gen. Charles L. Dasher, USARCARIB commanding general,
and held a conference at command headquarters with re representatives
presentatives representatives of the G-3 Section, the School and Military
Missions Section. (U.S. Army Photo).

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Rainbow City Civic
Council To Honor
Two Teachers

The Rainbow City Civic Council
will sponsor a progra of recog recognition
nition recognition in honor of two well-known

teachers of the Canal Zone Latin

American School at Rainbow City
at the High School gymnasium on
Friday at 7:30 p.m.
This special program arranged
by the Youth Education and Re
creation Committee of the Council
will feature the presentation of
Scrolls to Miss Violet L. Bingham
for outstanding work over thp
years and to Mrs. Eloise Small
for voluntary meritorious services
with inmates of the Canal Zone
prison at Gatun.
Several officials and members
from both sides of the Isthmus
have been invited to attend. The

council is invitine the General pub.

lie particularly the Alumni of

Rainbow City to snow their ap.

preciation 1 to these deserving per

sonalities by attending this public

tribute to the outstanding commu

nity services of these ladies.

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Twenty-one persons from 13
Latin American countries and
the United States are meeting
at El Panama Hilton from yes yesterday
terday yesterday until Friday to discuss
the Eastman Kodak's Compa Company's
ny's Company's merchandisine plans for
1959.
Cesar CampaRnanl, manager
of Kodak Panama. Ltd., Is host
to the group which includes
representatives of Kodak's ad advertising
vertising advertising agencies and the par parent
ent parent company in Rochester. N.
Y. Horace Dutton, assistant

manager of international ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, and Frank Zierer.. as as-ssitant
ssitant as-ssitant manager1 for Latin A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. are conducting the conference.

The conference will close Fri Friday
day Friday with a cocktail party to be
given bv Mr. and Mrs. Cam Cam-paenani.
paenani. Cam-paenani. The photo above shows the
entire conference group during
their first session yesterday.
From right to left, too row:
Warren Berry, manager, Kodak
Peruana, Lima; Molses Rubia Rubia-no,
no, Rubia-no, Kodak Exportadora, Ltd.,
Caracas: Eduardo Hellmund,
Casa Hellmund, Caracas; Jose
Barria and Carlos Bermudez,
Kodak Panama. Ltd.; Oscar An An-dolcetti.
dolcetti. An-dolcetti. manager. Kodak Chl Chl-lena.
lena. Chl-lena. Santiago. Chile; Mrs. Bet Betty
ty Betty Tozer. Davics and Chislett,
Ltd.. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad;
Bernardo Rodriguez, Kodak Cl-

bana, Havana: T. P. Jackson
manager, Kodak Colomblana

Bogota; Louis Baker, Kodak
Laboratories, Panama: Ivo Mo-

neda, manager, Kodak Cubana

Cesar Campagnani; Donald

Treber, Kodak Colomblana

Front row: Patrick Byles, arts
and publicity, Kingston, Jamai

ca: Jack Hendry of Stanley

Motta. Ltd., Kingston; S. F.

Woodell, vice president, J. Wal Walter
ter Walter Thompson Co., New York
City; Frank Zierer; Jack Web Webster,
ster, Webster, J. Walter Thompson, Pe Peruana:
ruana: Peruana: Ernesto Gonzalez, man manager,
ager, manager, Kodak Puerto Rico; Ed
Llerena, Kodnk Mexicana Mex Mexico;
ico; Mexico; and (seated, center), Horace
Duttoh.

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: By JOHN GRIFFIN
!i NEW YORK, Aug. 20 (UPI Say now, can
the New York Yankees possibly blow this American

League pennant after all:
Bounds fantastic, because the
Yankees still have a 10 Vs gin.,'
ld over the Chicago White Sox
with just 35 games to go. But U
just an outside possibility today
because the White Sox are on a
winning streak that now has reach
ed, six games and the Yankees are
on a four-game losing streak.
Dick Donovan's four-hit pitch
1M kept the Sox surging last night
with a 7 1 victory over Boston At
New York, homers by Rocky Co Colavito
lavito Colavito and Vic Wertz helped the
Cleveland Indians hand the if an
ijpes their ninth loss in the last V
games, 8-6.
"The greatest flopperoo of mod.
en times was staged, of course,
hv the Brooklyn Dodgers, of 1!bl
Thev blew a 13 M, game lead in
the "last 44 games of the seasor,
in a tailspin that started on Aug
and then lost to the New York
Giants in a three game pennant
playoff on Bobby Thomson's hi3.
tbric homer.
That, of ceurse, was the nor nor-Tifyino
Tifyino nor-Tifyino thought that cauwd man
sqer Casey Stengel to push the
.'slumping Yankees through en
extra workout on Monday, an off
'day. An ol' Case gave 'em a
long lecture, too, on the way
they've been blowing leads in
-feanvta lately.
: But that's exactly what happen
ed again. New York had a 63
lead until Colavito blasted a three,
run homer for the Indians in the
8th inning his 28th to tie the score.
And Wertz then won the game lor
the Tribe with a two-run homer
in the seventh off reliever Johnny
AtBoston, Donovan missed a
shutout only when Jackie Jensen
hit his 33rd homer for the Fed
Sox in the fifth inning. It was Do.
novan's seventh win in the last
ei"ht starts and his 11th complete
game of the year. In his support,
Nellie Fox, who set a major
league record for second basemen
by playing in his 478th straight
game, and Al Smith had ttuee
hit. oarh and Jim Rivera hit a
two-run homer.
In other A. L. games, the Kans-
a City A's swept a twi-night twinj
bil1 from Baltimore, 4.1 and fi-4,
and Washington handed Detroit.;
its fifth straight loss, 3.1. In the
National League, San Francisco
nipped Cincinnati in 10 innings. 4 4-3;
3; 4-3; Pittsburgh downed the Chicago
Cubs, 4-3; St. Louis eflged the
Philadelphia Phils, 5-4; and tlv
Los Angeles Dodgers swept a twi twi-night
night twi-night twin bill from Milwaukee. 4.
1 and 7.2, to end the Braves' seven-game
winning streak.
Ned Garver won the openin;
game for the Orioles, his 11th v.-
tory, with a five-hitter in which
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FEMALE ANIMAL
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THIS IS RUSSIA

Sox Win
Braves
Angeles

The A's slammed out 15 hits to
take the nightcap, led by Bob M&r
tyn with a double ar1 two singles
and Joe Demaestri with a homer.
Roy Sievers paced the Senators
with a 4for-4, driving in two of
Washington's three runs with his
34th homer and a single. Cam.lo
Pascual was the winner with late
relief before a crowd that includ
ed vice. president Richard Nixon
The Giants gained their lth
last-inning victory of the season
when Orlando Cepeda reached
first base at Johnny Temple
dropped his pop (fly in a collision
and then cam all the way in
on Willie Kirkln' triple. John Johnny
ny Johnny Antonelli, who homered ear earlier,
lier, earlier, went all the way for his
14th victory.
Two-run homers by Bill Mazer.
oski and Dick Stuart gave rhe
Pirates their victory over Chicago
with Stuart's sixth-inning wallop
olf Taylor Phillips being the win winner.
ner. winner. Hobie Landrith's eighth inning
homer broke a 4.4 tie to give tht
Cards their win over the Phils.
Stan Musial and Gene Freese ai
so homered for the Cards and H'al-
ly Post and Solly Hemus for the
Phils.
Don Drysdale pitched a five hit hitter
ter hitter for the Dodgers' opening game
win and also hit his fifth homer of
the season. Charley Neal's short
homer over the left.field screen it.
the second inning was the decid deciding
ing deciding blow. Johnny Podres allowed
the Braves only four hits in the
nightcap, one of them a two run
homer by Hank Aaron that cost
him a shutout. Norm Larker an"
Johnny Roseboro homered to lead
the Dodgers' 12-hit attack.
Ninth Havatlanla
Games Begin Today
ATLANTA, Aug. 20 (UPI)-Cub-
an swimmers and their chape
ones began arriving yesterday tor
the Havalanta Games the ninth n
a series of athletic meetings be between
tween between Atlanta and Havana.
The games open today with 1,.
500-meter swimming and divm;;
finals at North Fulton Park. The
iirst day's athletic activities Hi.
elude a baseball opener at I'ied I'ied-ont
ont I'ied-ont Park, followed by volley bail
at the Atlanta YMCA and swiin swiin-ming
ming swiin-ming at North Fulton tomorrow
night.
Some 75 swimmers and an r
qual nuber of "aficionados" ar.
rived by train from Miami. The.
I were flown to the Florida City
fro Havana.
The swimmers held an after afternoon
noon afternoon workout and then were guests
of honor at a party held by Ha.
valanta Council chairman John
Branch.
For many of the Cubans such
as head swim coach Carlos de Cu
bas, it was a time for renewing
old friendships. He is one of the
founders of the games, and main
of the others had made the trip
before.

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LEADING
HITTERS
Base(d on 30 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

G AB R H Pet
Musial, St. L.
Ashburn, Phila
Mays, S. Fco.
Aaron, Mil.
Skinner, Pitt.
Banks, Chi.
Banks, Chi.
109 384 58 133 .346
113 453 72 153 .34
115 458 85 151 .330
118 467 87 152 .226
112 415 76 132 .'.M
119 476 95 149 .313
119 476 95 149 .313
Cepeda, S
Dark, Chi.
Fco. 114 460 69 143 .311
101 408 44 125 .306
Walls, Chi.
118 467 74 142 .304
Thomas, Pitt. 115 437 76 130 .297
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, Kan C.
Kuenn, Det.
Goodman, Chi.
Sievers, Wash.
Power, Cleve.
Williams, Bos.
Jensen, Bos.
Mantle, N. Y.
Fox, Chi..
109 419 77 137 .327
105 338 70 125 .322
106 427 56 137 .3?)
83 313 35 100 .319
111 413 73 131 .3J7
111 446 76 141 .J16
107 336 68 186 .315
116 417 69 131 .314
115 400 95 123 .307
119 481 69 147 .306
HOME RUNS
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Redlegs
38
32
26
25
24
American League
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
35
33
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23
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Anderson, Phils
Cepeda Giants
10!
9.1
76
75
74
American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
Mantle, Yankees
105
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83
30
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US Completes 5-0
Davis Cud Sweep
Over Argentina
RYE, N. Y. (UPI) Hamilton
Richardson of Arlington, Va., ana
Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohii,
eomoleted a 50 sweep over Ar
eentina in their American Zone
Davis Cun final Monday by win.
nin the final two singles matches.
Richardson, the former Rhortps
scholar now working for the U.S.
government, took only 70 minute minute-to
to minute-to defeat Eduardo Soriano, 6-4.
6.2, 7-5, while MacKay, the hi?,
power swinger who impressed
with his play in the challen?"
round with Australia last year,
needed only one hour to rout pl?v
ing 1eam captain Enrique Morea,
6 2. 6.2 6-2.
The U. S. actually clinched the
zone championship on Satitrda
when MacKay and Sammy Giam Giam-alva
alva Giam-alva of Houston, Tex., defeatpn
Morea and Soriano, 6.3, 6-2. 6-2,
after Richardson had copleted a
rain. curtailed 6-1, 6-2, 79, 62, tri
umph over Morea in an opening
round singles match.
The victory sends the Yanks to
Australia to meet the winner of
the Italv-Philinpines interzone fi
nal for the right to play Australia
n the challenge round In Decern,
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Eddie Donahue, Robert Fortune, Salvador Glrardi, Union VFW Ladles Auxiliary President Mrs.
Mae Brennan, Buzzy Rathgeber, Frank Ammlrati, VFW representative Donald L. Hughes;
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man, Bate-man, George Cotton, Mike Klipper, manager Irl Sanders and Bud Batcheldor.

Santamaria-Murill o Non-Title
Bout To Be Filmed For Movies

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
W L Pet. GB
70 49 .588
42 54 .534 eVi
41 55 .124 7Vi
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pitsburgh
Los Angeles
St. Louis
Chicago
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
57 40
54 40
55 44
55 44
52 42
.487
.413
.442
.442
.454
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Today's Games
Cincinnati at San Francisco.
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2).
Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
Milwaukee 001 000 OOfM-l 5 1
Los Angeles 030 010 OOx 4 6 1
Willey, McMahon (8) and Cran-
dall; Prysdale (8.11) and Pignata Pignata-no.
no. Pignata-no. LP Willey (8-4). HRS Neal
(21), Bruton (3), Drysdale (5).
(Second Game)
Milwaukee 000 000 2002 4 1
Los Angeles 040 003 OOx 7 12 1
Jay, Rush (2), Conley (6), Rob.
inson (6) and Rice; Podres (l1.
10) and Pignatano. LP Jay (7-5).
HRS Larker (4), Roseboro (10),
Aaron (26).
(10 innings)
Cincinnati 000 100 002 03 5 1
San Fco. 002 010 000 14 10 0
Purkey, Schmidt (8), Jeffcoat
(10) and IBurgess) Antonelli H5 H5-10)
10) H5-10) and Thomas. LP Jeffcoat '5
8). HRS Antonelli (1st), Whbe-
nant (7th).
Pittsburgh 020 002 0004
Chicago 100 010 000-3
Raydon, Porterfield (7
Foiles; Phillips, Hobbie (6)
S. Tavlor. WP Ravdon (7.3)
9 2
8 J
anri
and
LP
Phillios (67). HRS Mazeroski
(15), Stuart (10).
Phila. 101 020 0004 10 0
St. Louis 101 000 21x 5 10 1
Sanford, Farrell (7) and Lopa Lopa-ta
ta Lopa-ta Mizell, Mabe (5), Wight (8)
and Landrith. WP Wight (31).
LP Farrell (7.7). HRS Herons

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Teams
W L
74 45
43 55
59 57
54 40
57 42
55 41
54 43
Pet. GB
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New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Cleveland
Baltimore
Kanai City
Washington
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.483
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.474
.442
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Today's Games
Cleveland at New York.
Chicago at Boston.
Kansas City at Baltimore (N).
Detroit at Washington (N).
Kansas Cfty 000 003 1004 8 1
Baltimore 000 000 1001 5 0
Garver (11-8) and House; Pap
pas, Beamon- (7), Lehman (9) and
Ginsberg. P Pappas (7j7).
(Second Game)
Kansas City 110 300 010--6 15 1
Baltimore 002 620 000r-4 8 1
Dickson, Gorman (6), and Chiti.
Portocarrero, Loes (7) and Trtan Trtan-dos.
dos. Trtan-dos. WP Dickson (9-5). LP-r-Por.
tocarrcro (12-8). HRS-4emaestn
(4), Woodling (12).
Chicago 101000 230- 7 10 0
Boston 000 010 000-1 4 3
Donovan (10 11) and Lollar: Sul.
livan, Byerly (8), Monbouquette
(9) and White. LP-Sullivan (J 7).
HRS Jensen (33), Rivera ( ).
Detroit 000 001 0001 6 1
Washington 100 011 OOx 3 8 0
Moford, Morgan (7) and Wilson;
Pascual, Hyde (8) and Courtney.
WP Pascual (7.7). LP Moford
(3-5). HR Sievers (34).
Cleveland 210 030 2008 10 4
New York 003 300 0006 9 I
McLish, Mossi (4), Narleski (7)
and Brown; Ford, Maas (2,
Kucks (6), Monroe (8) and Ber Ber-ra.
ra. Ber-ra. WP Mossi (6.6) LP Kucks
(8-6). HRS Brown (7), Colavito
(28), Wertz (2).
(7), Musial (16), Post (7), Freese
(5 Landrith (3). v..

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IN TECHNICOLOR
whole family will enjoy ttl

By HERBERT MOISI
Youthful boxing promoter Lin
Duncan has announced that Fri,
day's bout between Panama's fea
therweight champion Jesus Sauta Sauta-maria
maria Sauta-maria and Roberto (Trompa) Mu
rillo at the Colon Arena will be
filmed for the movies.
Duncan did not specify which
company will make the movie,
but was emphatic that this would
be a new angle in helping to bring
back boxing to the public.
Santamaria, who is now ranked
tenth among the world's best fea

therweights, will not be risking
nis title in mis bout as it is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for 10 rounds over the 126.
pound limit. Both boys signed t-
come in at 128 pounds.
Murillo is the underdog in this
fight, but the experts are very
cautious in predicting a complete
and easy Santamaria Victory, as
Trompa can fight and possesses
the abilities to give the' undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated champion a tough time.
Aside from the movie-makinr,
angle, this bout brings back wek
day boxing to the Gold Coast. In
the past boxing was a week day
business in Colon and the turn
stiles used to hum profiatable re returns
turns returns for promotors.
Duncan has prepared a four
bout card with a semi. final that
is worthy of main event build-up
and speculation. This bout bring:;
together two up and coming
feathers, Jorge Quinfero and Tito
Marshall. In their short careers,
both boys have become crowd
"leasers and should put on a
good show Friday night Aug. 22.
The supporting card includes
Hector Hicks, Classy bantam who
has impressed the critics wiih
his lefthooks and beautiful combi combinations,
nations, combinations, against ex.No. 1 contend
er Victor Asprilla. Hicks is a box boxer
er boxer and Asprilla a hitter. The cur
tain raiser will pit Jose Perez of
Panama City against Roderick
McKay.
Fight time is 8 p.m.
Royals Increase
1st Place Bulge
In Int. League
NEW YORK, Aug. 20 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The Montreal Royals increased
their first place bulge in the In
ternational League to Vh games
Tuesday night by edging the Ro Rochester
chester Rochester Red Wings, 5-4, in 11 in.
nings.
The Royals., down 4-1, scortd
twice in the sixth inning and add.
ed a run in the eighth to knot th
game. Charlie Rabe started for
Montaeal and gave up all Hi3
Red Wing runs. Rene Valdes.
Jackie Collum and Bill Harris
pitched, shutout ball In relief, with
Harris picking up his 1 2th win a
gainst nine losses.
Second place Toronto could do
little against the four-hit hurlinc
of Walt Coleman as Buffalo took
a 7.1 decision. Coleman won his
seventh game at the Bisons back
ed him with a Hi hit attack.
Cdlumbus moved to' within
game of fourth olace Miami by
beating the Marlins, 6.2. The Jets
scored five runs in the last three
inimts to ice the car and gu
Whammy Douglas his 14th tri tri-mph.
mph. tri-mph. T the only other game plaved,
Richmond scored two runs in the
10th inning at Havana to beat the
Cubans, 7-6. Cletus Boyer hit two
hoers for Richmond.
ITODAY-ENCANTO-35-20I
Mickey Roohey In
"BABY FACE NELSON"
Joel McCrea In
"TROOPER HOOK"

In One Of the m1nr lunm.

athletic events of the year, 40
i)owiereii.es ano Dowlers took ovei'
the Clayton lanes last Tuesday
After seven hours of play, the
Amaoor Acea won the Junior C.Z
cnampionsmp in a close tussle
from the Curundu Five Prnc
Both teams set their marks in tr..
first round and had to sweat it
while the other shifts tried to o
vercome the figures posted on the
score board.
The newly crowned champions
of the Canal Zone presented, a
well-balanced roster which produc produced
ed produced about the same number of Din
falls, per each member. However,
it was a lovely lass with golden
locks, Jane Miller, that came out
on top for the Amador aces with
537, and another princess of the
lanes, Judy buluvan. who clicked
with 529.
Their three escorts all broke
the 500 mark; Charlie Concunnan
tossed a 529. Wallv Stielau 509 anu
Jerry Sullivan 504. Jerry, while
possessor of the lowest handicap,
had the best scratch series. His
177 single game also tied team,
mate Jane.
Every pin knocked down bv the
Aces, played an important part.
because then 2609 total was only
13 pins better than the runnerup
Curundu Five Preps.
ine runnerup team, started out
slowly but caught fire in the last
game or the three thev threw.
and fell short by the slim margin
oi a spare. The Curundu aggre aggregation
gation aggregation carried into the fray, the
same team average as the chain.
pion Amador Aces.
Asa Barley was the Mi un
with' a blistering 597. followed bv
a member of the fair sex, Edith
rierce witn 358. Joe Lastingur
landed a 509; and Rav Amain
added 493 and lassie Prescott.
last-minute replacement, racked
441. (Barley's 597 fell ten short ot
gaining the top crown for boys.
From across the Canal. Fort
Kobbe's Number Two team tame
in the third slbt with 2564. Hi Hi-sides
sides Hi-sides gaining third place, the Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be outfit contributed the inrtivi.
dual champ in the form of Wally
Skeistatis, with a top notch of
607. He was supported bv .Tanw
Laquidara 523, Harry Barnes 492.
Keith Martello 488, and Ann Cobb
454. Wally Skeistatis performance
earnea mm a iree OOmte DOWI DOWI-ing
ing DOWI-ing ball. m
The Albrook Number 1 leam
broke into the trophy bracket,
nlacing in fourth position with
grand total of 2530. Tom Santel
535, Phil Culberson, 520.' Dean
Poyce 517, Grady Hestbr 507 and
Jana Senn 451.
Another quintet from Amador
the Alleycats, took the last of the
trophies for fifth, tflace with their
2526. John Dworak was tops with
536, Tiny Teddv. Sexton 534, Bob.
by Read 510. Sheri Goesser 506.
and Tootie Balburnie 437.
The battle for the young ladies
individual crown was a real tus
sle, and a heartbreaker for a few
contestants. The title was not
decided until the last ball was
rolled.
Pat Arr of Fort Clayton even-
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 10 decisions)
National League

W L Pel.
Grissom, Giants 7 3 .800
Raydon, Pirates 7 3 .701,
Spahn, Braves 16 8 .667
Purkey, Redlegs 14 7 .667
Willey, IBraves 8 4 .667
American League
Delock, Red Sox 11 3 .7
Hyde, Senrrs 9 3 .750
Moore, White Sox 9 3 .750
Turley. Yankees 17 6 .739
Ford, Yankees 14 6 .700

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SaafKaW JaeaeH Hctu- '"'""''ii

fill? 2JXStfLrLKk Jenert' Boston's cleanup
right fielder, left, and Roy Sievers. the Sen. tor,' uS

g. .T.r'Jr Bg! yiericew league

mmww wmmuk. 4 en jsgaiw o
Mickey Mantia.

tuaiiy was crowned the queen.

by winning from Sheila Wooten
by the narrowest of margins, on
stick, 564 to 53. As If thir was
not close enough, Donna Brigand!
of the Amador Deuces fell three
pins short with 561. Edith Pierre
of Curundu 556 placed her fourth
and Betty Robinson of gofehts
Number One was in there with
553. One more strike or spare tor
any of the rtumerups, in any of
the SO frames of bowling and the
SS5 SpuMv n different.
fat, the champ, win also re received
ceived received new free bally for her et
forts. Edith posted the highest
ngle scratch game of the day daylong
long daylong proceedings with a 119.
The Pah Canal City Association
Prmrtded the trophies for &fiv
leading quintets aid Lou fihid.
presented a new personalized bowl
ing ball r to the boy tad" girl roll!
inrthe highest lancipthree.
game series.
wsutt of th aueem of
the tournament, plans are afoot
to organise leagues undtr the- au au-pieces
pieces au-pieces of the Junior Bowling Con
gress. Results of all a teams. K K-mador
mador K-mador Aces 2809; Curundu Fivo
Preps 258, Fort Kdbhe Two, 2564;
Albrook Number, One 253: Anu
dorAlleycats 25; JHbreefe Num.
ber 'Three 2514; Fort lCofebe TBreo
2503; Clayton Number 4, 1459;
Kobbe Number One 2449; Amador
Strikers 2435; Fort Clayton Team
Number Ona 2408; Fort Clayton
Number Three 2400; Albrook
Number Four 23J5; Fort Clayton
Number TWo 2J; Ama DWre DWre-es
es DWre-es 2355r -Albrook (Ffumber 1, 23M:
and Curundu Midnighters 2235.
Mai Anderson Keeos
Newport, r. t; (iipi) Mai-
colm Anderson successfully- de de-fended
fended de-fended his Newportj Cup- Monday
in. the final round of the in vita
tion tennis tournament by de 'eat 'eating
ing 'eating his fellow Austr?alian,; AiMey
Cooper, 6-4, 7.5, 7.
The match, held up r a day by
rain, was played on a soggy court
following showers nthat threatenerl
toy force another postpeinetrient.
The players wore spiked shoes
mat cut up the grass.
Anderson is the lU.-amglee
champion, while?0ebe,r, the Aus Australia
tralia Australia singles champion', won the
title at Wimbledon in July. Ttiov
rank as the two top amateurs of
the world, an their match was a
rare treat for the gallery that
turned out at' the Casino to spite
of the wearheje.
Anderson won the match on his
superior volleying and better con
tew. Cpoper had many chances to
break service "hut he could nOl
come through in the clutch Hp
was unhappy over' some of the
line dacistons, particularly on in
the flth game of the second set.
After he had broken through for
the first time to the loth game
to even at S ail, Cooper led at 30 30-15
15 30-15 in the 11th. He then swrved arid
his second servfe apparently wa
an are. The umpire catted "40 15"
but the lineman had called a 'fault,
without the umpire hearing him.
The score was changed to 30 H
and Cooner, disgusted, lost tht
next point and then served an another
other another double fault. That cost him
the game, and Anderson took the
12th for the set.
Cooper fell behind at 2.4 in tb
third set after blowing a 40-0 lead
on Anderson's service in the sec second
ond second game. He took the next three
games but then weakened in his
volleving end' Anderson ran out
the final three games, winning
the last at love.
Cooper came back to the eotirt.
to win the doubles tournament
with Neale Eraser. In the fiml
they beat Rodney Laver and Rob
ert Mark, their Australian team
mates, 3-6, T-5, 6.4, 8-6.

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PARE NINE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST M, 15
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Basketball LeaguePlayoff Series Semifinals Toni

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIT NEWSPAPER

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Marlboro vs.

Kent; Balboa
Plays National

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Mercurio Isthmian Amateur
Golf Tourney Begins Sept. 6

rONlGh. uAMES
Mariboro v Kent t:0Q p.m
(15 minutes arter eoinpieuou of
liflpi amtj

By VIC i Ok GRAY

The 1I58 tMercurio second an
uual Isthmian Amateur Golf To ir
nament will get underway Salur
day, September 6 at the Braio
Brook Golf and Country Club with
champion Sandy Hinkle defend

ing the honors he won in the
1SS7 tournament.

Young Sandy had to come Mom
behind last year to win. He trad,
ed Jim Riley by six big strokes
at the end of the first 18 holes
th Fort Amador Golf cou-se,
but narrowed the margin to one
stroke as Riley took the medalist
honors at the end of 36 holes at
Panama Golf Club.

trwino aver In thp Atlaniij

Siae Hinkle stayed one strok? o

the Brazos btook gou couis w
tangled with the long hitting
Rilev in a mfn.to man fight on
the "'Brazos Brook gold course i r
the title.
This year the tournament will
star, on the Atlantic Side with
the first 18 holes being pMvl
at Brazos Brook, moving to Fort
Davis Golf course On Sunday, Sep
temher 7. The ield will be cut
at the end Of the first 36 holes
with the 16 best in their resr,r
tive flights playing the third 13
holes at Panama Golf course on

ntomher 13. The fi

nal eighteen holes will be plaiea

at Kort Amaaor oou course .n
Sunday. September 14.
All contestants are urged to sig-i
their en ry blanks early and hes hes-mav
mav hes-mav be obtained from any ot th-:
Isthmian Golf Club managers
Tournament officials have an
nouced that at the end of the
i rirt 36 holes the field will b
cut down to eight flights of six.
teen to a flight. Prizes will s a
warded the first, second, thud,
and fourth place winners in cch
light. Flights will be based on
handicaps.

NO HELP NEEDED John Simpson, left, and Del Miller
have won both the Hambletonian and the Little Brown Jug
in one year and the two top harness driver-trainers are looking
forward to a chance at repeating this year. Hambletonian, for
trotters, comes first at Du Quoin, 111., on Aug. 27.

Where's The Action?

Hambletonian Doesn t

Even Have Bookmakers

Deadlocked lor tirst place, Mar)
boro dUu ixciouai ui take the
uoor lomgut ueiermiueu m Cuu
sei'Ve uieu upuuu to uit uo6 dujU
piousmp, uie -ormer tackling tne
uouoiesume Kent in tne uuiiuei
oi lue iwiu-bui, wnue uie lautr
will nave its nanus mil with
consistent lerveztt itaiuoa in the
aiierptece.
Kem, u-esh from scoring its first

victory in me series against tu.

series a gains, tne neermen, will

ie out io continue its winmug
ways. Aithougn its oniy hope U By HARRY GRAYSON
rauier remote one) is tliat tne se
nes wina up in a four way tie BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (NEA)
(the two leaders dropping Uieu Jordan Olivar, Yale coach, is In
remaining games), Uie rerdomo total disagreement with the majw

Olivar Says New Rules
Open Door For Platoons

gang, lea by the tireless boouy

curioiopner, wm be out there
lighting as if they were occupying
the top contenuiug positions.
Marlboro, on the other hand
must win to maintain us advant advantage,
age, advantage, and with the ever dangerous
Bryant in the lineup alone with

Bermudez and others, thechances

of repeating seem rather bright

By JIVSIY BRESLIN

I It is inconceivable for the per person
son person used to Yonkers or Roosevelt

NEW YORK (NEA) At any or Bay Meadows or any of the
-n, ...out invnlvino horses in a other harness centers, but Hayes

mrl all the. problems come in says he can make money without

trying to form a strong opinion, i a cut of betting on the Hamble Hamble-After
After Hamble-After that, a chimpanzee can go tonian, providing he retains the

thrnuch the motions Ot giving nanenise ior a cuupie oi yeais.

money to the dealer behind the

pari-mutuel window.

But the Hambletonian harness
racing's biggest event-is treach treacherous
erous treacherous every step of the way. It
Will be. run Aug. 27 at the Du
Quoin, 111., State Fair and the
problems for a player only start
with trying to pick the winner.
Even a fair student of form can
look over Sharpshooter, with Har Harry
ry Harry Pownafi, or Record Mat, with
Frank Erwin, or Fred Egan's en entry
try entry of Family's Pride the filly and
Gang Away and come up with a
line.

Nacional v Cervexa Balboa

Nacional and Cerveza

college football rules changes for

1958. The most important of them
are:

This done, the battle commenc commences
es commences For there is no pari-mutuel bet bet-tinsr
tinsr bet-tinsr on the Hambletonian there's
a state law against betting on fair
grounds. And as a downstate Illi Illinois
nois Illinois operative informs by phone,
"You got to work to find a book

maker rounu iieie. wt i""
years the state police and the lo local
cal local cops have been developing
nasty habits. You open a place
and you're dealing baseball or a
little horses and one afternoon the
cops come around. They don t
even bother to ring the bell. They
Just knock the door down and
come in. It isn't good. Take a
town like Decatur. They used to
have 10 good bookmakers there.
Now they have one guy and he is
running so much people think he
is training for a track meet some someplace.
place. someplace. "Last year at the Hambletonian
a couple of fellows from East St.
Louis and St. Louis were on "the
grounds and if you knew about
them it was fine. But you had to
look for them. They weren't just
ttanding there for all to sec.
"The place is loaded with state
police and the local guys and I

don't care what you near, inings
re rough around here when it
comes to that. The police do not
want to be partners with book bookmakers.
makers. bookmakers. They only want to arrest
them.
"If a man comes to the race ana
tries to whf better be prepared
to come early and look hard.' ?
Don Hayes, who is promoting
the Hirmbletonian for the second
year nrMv-and is looking to hold

ft bids by other tracks, notably
Vernon Downs. K Y., to keep H
Indefinitely concurs
"If you try hard enough, yea
Srobably could get a bet down,"
e says. "But we don't want book bookmakers
makers bookmakers on the grounds and the
enforcement agencies don't, eith either.
er. either. At aiV rate, they won't be con conspicuous.
spicuous. conspicuous.

We built a new addition to the

grandstand and selling the seats
only once or twice won't get the
money back," he says. "Last year

we drew 31,000 people and showed
a profit as far as the day' went.
This year's race will be worth
about $120,000. We'll clear plenty,
but it goes to the building bills,
of course. Once they are cleared
off we'll have it good. That is, if
we keep the race."
If it is an unfair test for bettors,
the Hambletonian certainly is ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to horsemen. Run on a
mile track and in three heats heats-winners
winners heats-winners of the first two matched
in the final it eliminates all the

chancey roulette wheel type ob obstacles
stacles obstacles faced on half-mile tracks
elsewhere.
But this is horse talk. The para paramount
mount paramount problem still exists. How
are you going to beat the races
when they won't bet you?

will be the contestants in the nignt.

cap. It s not likely that the na nacional
cional nacional board of strategy, the Luz
candos, father and son, will let
the golden opportunity of the
league it ampionship slip through
their hands, by allowing the oppo
sition to again outsmart them by
stifling their aerial attack as was
the case with Marlboro last Satur.
day night.
Not even Luzcando Jr.'s bril brilliant
liant brilliant exhibition, during which he
scored 26 points Saturday night,

was able to turn the tide of bat.

tie, as the usually dependable Ar Ar-turo
turo Ar-turo Agard and Ramon Reyes

were unable to come through as

formerly, the former with M
points (an unusually, low score for
the gangling Nacional forward)
and Reyes with eight, a far cry
from his customary 16 or 20.
Cerveza Balboa, with its main mainstays
stays mainstays White, DeLeon and Daie,
will be out to better their position
as although practically out of the
running, this club can always be
depended upon to give a honor honorable
able honorable presentation, come what may.
The Beermen have now lost three
straight, and it is almost a cert,
ainty that they will be out there
tonight with blood in their eyes,
attempting to ruin the champion championship
ship championship aspirations of the Nacional
giants.

A player may re enter the
game once during any quarter
from which he was withdrawn, ex except
cept except that after he is withdrawn he
cannot return until at least one
down has intervened.
Only one hand or forearm
may be used in blocking or to sup-
nip merit a thmilftor nr rhpst hlnrk

Balboa The hand must be in contact with

the blocker's body. In a crab or
body block the hand or arm in con

tact with the body is not required

The try tor extra point con consists
sists consists of a scrimmage down any anywhere
where anywhere behind the opponents' three three-yard
yard three-yard line. Two points may be

scored by a scrimmage run or for forward
ward forward pass, one by a dropkick or
placekick.
"These changes add nothing to
the game," emphasizes Olivar, the
old Villanova man, violently dis

agreeing with Bud Wilkinson of
Oklahoma, a member of the rules
committee. Wilkinson believes that
the new regulations will improve

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Satgeant

Sylvio Lazzarin's brilliant Argen.
tine colt Santurron, still seekii'
his first U.S. victory, was report
edly claimed for $12,000 at Arling Arlington
ton Arlington Park, Chicago, last week.
Last week Lazzarin took five
Argentine colts to the States.
They are the four-year.old Sabota Sabotage
ge Sabotage II and the unraced three.year-

olds Saneado, Mercedario, Sugus

and hsbirro
oOo
The stewards had an unusually
busy weekend which was highlit'

ed by three, disqualifications all
three saw second-place finishers

moved1 back to third place or low.
er.
On two of the three occasions,
jockey Jose Talavera was blamed
for allowing his mounts to chant?'
course, veer towards the inner
rail and cross several horses
The first disqualification was
on Friday when Manandoagua
fouled up half the field and still
lost by a nose to Distingo, Thost
a free ted by the crossing wcie
Cervecero. Canoe, Srmanio and

Rosita Maria.

I i 1 BRi
I Bni m 1

mMmM

This rule benefits schools with
tremendous depth, hurts those
which cannot afford the luxury of
playing their better boys only one
way. Again the spectator will be
unable to identify the player- with without
out without a scorecard. More specialists
will be turned out for the profes professionals.
sionals. professionals. There will be fewer col college
lege college stars capable of both attack attacking
ing attacking and defending.
"The blocking change is likely

to create more slugging and hold hold-i
i hold-i ing on pass blocking than it U sup supposed
posed supposed to prevent. When a defend

er bounces off the hand in contact
with the blocker's body, I'm afraid

that the tendency will be to tup

up the elbow of- the free arm to

a point under the chin.

Carlos Bovil, who rode Matri

culado in Sunday's seventh race,
got a four meet suspension for
falsely accusing Chilean jockeys

Fernando Alvarez and Alejandro
Perez of knocking down his bo3om
friend, (Bias Aguirre. Under ques questioning
tioning questioning by the stewards, Bovil ad.
mitted that he was not in a posi position
tion position to se what really caused A A-guirre
guirre A-guirre to fall off Rose of the World
in the same race.
Distance was suiperrod far
four rnwft and trainer Manuel
Rivera fined $25 for scratching

the animal after he was teken
to the paddock far Sunday's el.
eventh race.
Goliat, which hied from the nose
in Sunday's sixtS race, got 15
day suspension.
Trainer Jose Reyes Holguin net
ted a $10 fine for sending Critico
late to the receiving barn.
oOo
Veteran Jamaican turfman Glad,
stone (Puckoo) DeSouza is inter
ested in visiting the Isthmus with
a small string of Jamaican

Amador Troopers
Whip Navy Cagers
For Second Victory
The Fort Amador .Troopers,
paced by the deadly shooting o
guard Bobby Christopher, captur captured
ed captured their second win of the season,
both from Navy, 108.91 at the A A-mador
mador A-mador Gym Monday night.
Leading by a substantial mar

gin throughout the contest, Ama

dor seemed to play just well e

nough to win as hetir defense was

very lax mos of the game. Both
teams concentrated on scoring
and to forget about defense.
Guard Matt Johnson kept Navv
within a respectable margin with
a fabulous array Ot short junit'
shots. In all he tossed in 18 field
goals and five free throws for 4:
poits.

Christopher was high man for
Amaodor with 14 field goals and
nine free shots for 37 tallies. He
sat out most of the final period
Ray Crawford tossed in 16 for the
Troopers ... eight in the final pe period.
riod. period. Score by periods:
Fort Amador 30 54 831""
Navy 19 41 63- 91

Jordan Oliva

the game from the standpoint of

players and spectators.

"The substitution rule will let
more Boys play Without returning
to offensive and defensive pla platoons."
toons." platoons." Bud says. "The extra

point rule should bring great stra strategic
tegic strategic and dramatic interest to what

has been the most routine play in of the football season seemed in

"Everything depends on how

the rrr; is interpreted and coach coaches
es coaches will wai and see how the of

ficials act. Right now I would say

that the change means greater use

of the crab block on all fours. It

may be that coaches will have to
develop a new technique after

years of teaching the other way
for a free hand in blocking is dif
ficttlt to handle.

"The only thing the extra point

switch does is put more cecond

guessing on the coach. There is

no extra excitement for the same

situation is there every time you

are within the opponents' 10-yard

line. The coach trailing, 7-6, with

time running out will be murder
ed either way."

Talking football and Yale and

the Ivy League with the Eh's' head

coach in an insurance of'.'ce in
Beverly Hills this close to the start

football."

"Wilkinson is right about the
substitution rule letting more boys
play," counters Olivar, seated be behind
hind behind a high pressure insurance
executive's desk in Beverly Hills.
"The rules makers are back as
closely as they could get to two
platoon football without actually
going all the way.
"You'll see entire teams runn

ing on and off the field nearly ev

ery time the ball changes hands.

fwo complete units may be ex

changed twice in a period. All the

old stories about the offensive man

finally getting acquainted with the
defensive man at the end of the
season will be heard again.

congruous, but Jordan unvar nas

the best job in the business. He

devotes only three months to foot

ball, the other nine to an insur

ance business doing close to $10
million a year.
"No spring practice, no recrut recrut-ng,
ng, recrut-ng, no speech making," he smiles.
"Why, I don't even know where
the registrar's office is in New
Haven.
"And take it from one who play played
ed played and coached foundry football
for years, it's better for everybo everybody
dy everybody this way ... the player, the
school and the coach."
SHARPIE Jordan Olivar tries
his hand at a pool table while
waiting season's start.

Jockeys Emilio Dario, Virgilio tnrougnoreas in e near raiure

nast lln FprnanHn A tirn am 4. 1 hci u. uinK u

A Real Flop

INDIANAPOLIS (NEA) The

Indianapolis Indians of the Ameri American
can American Asoc'von need an attend attendance
ance attendance of 200.000 to break even for
the season and as it now stands
they'll fall far short M it.
This puts, as the cliche goes, the
handwriting on the wall for the

club, which lost money last year.

lejandro Perez, who rode the hors

es crossed by Manandoagua, were
each fined $10 for not giving tht
true version of the incident.
Talavera, who was involved if
a similar crossing melee on Sat.
urday, got a total of 20 meets w
pension. He was set down eight
or Manandoagua and 12 mor
for Golden Moon which crossed
several competitors in Saturday'r
fourth race. Golden Moon was al also
so also disqualified and placed (ait.
t-1 1 1 j i 1 1! i ; .

ine oiner nisqiiaimcauun mru.
red in Saturday's eighth r a c
when Naranjazo crqwded Btack
Bee in the final sixteenth. Naran
jazo was placed third behind
Black Bee because she was lh
only hvse affected Jockey Can-

cepcicm Ruiz, who rode Naranja.

zo, got eight meets.
oOo

Jockeys Arquimedes Alfaro and

VtrtfUlo Castillo got four meet

crowding in Friday's

Teddv

Worst is the report of Frank

McKinney, chairman of the board.

He puts the Indian sign on the eh for

whole operation when he notes, I eighth race. Alfaro rode

"We sent out free tickets to the I while Castillo had the leg up on

6,670 stockholders and less tnanjPangal.
half of thim were u ed. Anorenticc rider Aristides lor

"Good heavens," McKinney less was set down lour meets 'or

moan.-, "they won't cVen come for crowding Dona Flora immediate
nothing." ly after the start with Brote

reliable source

DeSouza, it may be recalled.

sent the good Jamaican raceri

The Dauber, Newminster and Mr.

Foot to veteran owner-trainpr Ht
ry White during the late 40'i.

i yy rise ;
I Jkp Inventor of Ji
I li4i RI$E I
'VixTtul EXTRA 1
I f mivy HCAVy i

1 Misfl

I

Snorts Car Club
To HaW Giimtana,
Time Trials Sunday

"The Isthmian Sports Car Club

will hold a combination gymkam

and time trials event Sunday si
Psora airstrip.
The gymkana Is an obstacle

driving course, each stage o-

stage of which is timed Penal.

ties are imposed for each error I

nd trnnhies w'l be nreerted to
"ie winner of the various events

Th time trials will take mace o-

ver a ttimine, twstinp course re
mandine the sk'Wwl H"''ltn o'
tip er hv the driver. These ar.
also timed events.
The proaram starts shortlv
ernoo n Sunday: nrticinnts will
meet at ocumen cfrle and nr nr-eed
eed nr-eed fo the afoatrfti 'corn there
'svinff Tocumen circle shortly h"
torn noon.
Sitrns will be nosted indical' indical'-h
h indical'-h orner direction the air
irrtn. Pie penefM pub!''" is nv"
edtm tnd and may bring pic
nlc lunches."

LANOLIN I
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OUT OF DOORS with V
EB ibiKc -: &3Hbs&sB iBsMsWsffiWMMMsiiiK

SU" FOR RRIARCH
I
MOSCOW UPI) -The Snvi
government newspaper Izvcstifl

said yesterday that a Soviet navy
submarine had been turned over

to the scientific research institute

for fisheries and oceanography for
research work. The submarine,
now 'leintj converted Info i h c

world's first underwater labora

tory, was scheduled to undergo

tests at the end of the year, the
newspaper said.

MRS, AL McCLANE
''Just reeled him in"

STAVANGER. Norway (NEA) The advantage of harling is ob

The nearby River Sand has a Se vious, in that the angler present

cial appeal for beginning salmon his baits to fish in very deep, tu

anglers, because u s ideal ior nan ouient places on rivers wnicn mav
ing. In the lexicon of fishing, harl be a quarter-mile wide. Casting is
ing is a orm of trolling, exeppt j a long, slow process on these broad
that the boat is allowed to drop ; streams.

down with the current at the same

The Renault Dauphine
Equipped with U.S.A. Specifications
will be on Display Next SATURDAY -SUNDAY

at

FRANCE MOTORS, INC.
Corner of Cuba Ave. 26th St.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Meet
New Orleans Service Arrives
Cristobal
"HIBULRAS" Aug. 23
"YAQUE" Aug. M
"ULUA" Sept. 0
"H1BUERAS" Sept. 13
"VAQUE" Sept. 20
'Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

Arrives
New York Service Cr 8toba
"METAPAN" Aug. 25
"JUNIOR" Sept. 1
"HERED1A" Sept. 8
"ESPARTA" Sept, 15
"LIMON" Sept. 22
"FRA BERLANGA" September 29
CftlSTOBALW.C.C.A. FEODER SFRVICH
VERACRUZ" Every (15) Days

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New V.ork and Return $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles S270.00
To Seattle and Return S35.tfl
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

pace as the lure. It's about the
easiest form of fishing that 1 know
of, and locally it produces fish
rom 18 to 50 pounds or more.
Sand River an;;lers use two ot
three rods, and these rest on a
harling board mounted in the stern
of the boat. Actually, it's just a
board with stots and a wooden lock
that keeps the rods from being
pulled out by a salmon. The tl'itr''. tl'itr''.-maneuvers
maneuvers tl'itr''.-maneuvers his boat back and forth
across the stream, keeping the
stern end down so your spoon ilut..

ters in fish holdms places. Usually

According to our partner, Den
Carter 5f Dallas, Texas, harling it
great sport for the gent who is
beyond the age when wading it.
practical. Carter harlcd two line
salmon this morning on very light
tackle, which is the desired end
regardless of the method.
The Scandinavian bargain hunt hunter
er hunter might keep the Sand in mind.
It can be reached via SAS from
Oslo to Stavanger, anil then by
fjord steamer to the river. Hotels

are very inexpensive, and the usr,

three or four inch silver wobblers ing is easy whether you are expert
are favored. lor not.

Traction Hi-Miller
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Baldwin1! furnish" apartmantl
I Santa Clara B.ach Telephona
Smith. Balboa 3681.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished hornet,
en beach. Phone Thompton,
Balboe 1772.
FOSTER'S Cottagas and Lera
Beach Houte. One mile part the
Celine Phone Balboa H6.
PHILLIPS Oeeemiae Cottaita
Santa Clare R P.
nema 3-1877 Criitobel 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
for two months, September and
October. $200. T.I. 3-1407.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished attractive chalet in Cam Camps
ps Camps Alesre to responsible party
for September, October. Call 3 3-4911
4911 3-4911 office hours, 3-0868 after
6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid'i room, ga garage,
rage, garage, icreend. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2-
0481.
FOR RENT: Spacious comfort comfortable
able comfortable chalet, street No. 31. Three
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, and ga garage,
rage, garage, maid'i room, for informa information.
tion. information. Call phone 2-2037. Can
be to 5 at P m
im of KIT Furnished twra
l wn - -
bedroom houie, living, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, garage, maid
room, for only $125.00. Via Ei Ei-pana
pana Ei-pana on tide te the Radio Mira Mira-tnar.
tnar. Mira-tnar. White houte.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet in Bella Viita; back backyard,
yard, backyard, etc. infoimetion phone 3 3-1805,
1805, 3-1805, 8 to 9 a.m. 7 to 8 p.m.
or come to 46th Street No. 30.
FOR RENT: Fturntohed tW
bedroom houie, living, dining dining-reom,
reom, dining-reom, kitchen, garage, maid's
room, tor only $125.00. Via Es Espana
pana Espana on side to the Radio Mira Mira-mar.
mar. Mira-mar. White haute.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fateinating departure
Singing In Spanish
TROPELCO, $. A.
45th St. and Via Eipena.
Tel. 3-1285
House Passes lone
Major Labor Bill;
Sends If To Ike
WASHINGTON (UPD The
House yesterday passed and sent tu
President tisennower u ""j
major labor bill of the session session-a
a session-a measure that would throw a
publicity spotlight on operation of
employe welfare and pension
funds.
The compromise bill was ap approved
proved approved by voice vote witn no de debate.
bate. debate. The Senate passed it last
week. The final version general
followed the original House bill
snd was considerably milder than
the Senate's first version.
It was the lone accomplishment
of Congress in the labor field this
year since the House Monday
killed the broader labor reform
bill which the Senate had passed
earlier by a smashing 88 to 1 vote.
Political arguments over the
death of this reform legislation,
sponsored by Sens. John F Ken
nedy (D-Mass.) and Irving M.
Ives (R-N. Y.), promised to con continue
tinue continue into the fall congressional
elections and perhaps into the
190 presidential race.
Rep. Clare E. Hoffman ( It It-Mich.)
Mich.) It-Mich.) told the House Tuesday
that if an e'fort were made to re revive
vive revive the measure next eyar "they
better have someone olher Ihan a
presidential candidate write it."
He referred to Kennedy, a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic presidential possibility.
The welfare fund bill, as sent
to the White House, would retinue
administrators of welfare pension
plans coverins more than J.'i em employes
ployes employes to publish descriptions o f
the plans benefits and to file an annual
nual annual reports on their financial
operations.
These reports would be furnished
to covered employes or benefici beneficiaries
aries beneficiaries at their request 'opi"s
would be filed with the secretary
of labor.
, The bill provides a $1.00(1 fine
nd six-months jail term or will willful
ful willful failure to furnish the infornia
tion. Any employe denied the
Information could sue the admin
trator for $r0 damages for each
day of refusal.
HI-FEDELITY
Eogen, University, Webrnr
Tanrey, Wharfedale. Thor Thor-ens,
ens, Thor-ens, Top l".r.. Euronsaii and
Japanese lines. Desicn En En-fflneerinr
fflneerinr En-fflneerinr and custom huilrl-int-
fHities. Easy payment
n'nn.
' ''i f rrr! Vis Kspaiia
Tel. ;-CM5

Apartments

FOR RENT: In El Camjrtjo
nicely furnished ont bedroom
tpacioui apartment. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment screened, military inspect inspected,
ed, inspected, one and two bedrooms.
Automobile Row No. 36 Apt.
19.
FOR RENT: Very nice cool
and comfortable screened one
bedroom apartment in Darien
ttieet. for information please
call: 7. 1 455 during office hours
or 3-1988 after.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with twe bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
oil to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
50.00 furnished apartment North
Americin neighboors, yard, park parking.
ing. parking. Tel. 2-3343 3-0471.
FOR RENT: New apartment,
2 bedrooms in 3 lit street No.
10. Phone 3-6976.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
l a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia.
Tel. 3-1285
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: For office, well
situated, near "El Panama Hil Hilton"
ton" Hilton" with air condition. Call
3-0702; 2-2466.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, kit kitchen
chen kitchen cabinet, ttove, private bath
and entrance No. 3.52 Th. itraet
Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Excellent rooms
with meals, beautiful retidanca
4-33 35th. Telephone 3-7993.
FOR RENT: Furnished bed bedroom
room bedroom to single person. Indepen Independent
dent Independent entrance, private bath. 46 46-47
47 46-47 Second Ave. t48rh Street)
Bella Vista.
KOREANS BUY FERTILIZER
TOKYO (UPI)-Three Japani Japani-fertilizer
fertilizer Japani-fertilizer manufacturers s a i
today they will sell 22,500 tin
of ammonium sulphate to the R
public of Korea during the ce
six weeks for $1,237,500.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
8 DAI
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, lours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evfv Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. I'anama 2-ltiCl
$ for
35 mm Camera
f. I .) lens 69.50
more lor your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
condition. Tel. Belboa 2194
evenings.
FOR SALE: 1 955 Buick Special
Riviera 4 door, hardtop. Power
windows brakes and steering,
radio, excellent condition, ori original
ginal original owner, see at house
2511-D. Cocoli phone 4-353.
FOR SALE: Sport Car Triumph
R3, perfect condition, can be
seen, financed. Call Tel. 2-0364.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet,
pick up truck 2154C. Curundu
83-4147.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crosiing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chrysler, 4
door, RxH 7000 miles, whita
geld, fully power equipped,
many extras, may accept trade
in, cost new $4 800. Like new
condition at $3,800. Rodman
3784.
FOR SALE: Hillman convertible
1951, good condition, $150.00.
Call 2-1419.
FOR SALT:: 1955 Chrysler New
Yorker, duty paid, police ins ins-matlc
matlc ins-matlc transmission power auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, poyer steer steering,
ing, steering, power brakes, electric win window,
dow, window, litters, radio and whita
side wall nylon tires $1,850.00
Can be financed, call 3-3281
Panama.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY: Station
wagon 1955 or newar, Balboa
2-2872.
SDA Singspiration
Set For Aug. 28
The missionary department of
.line iiamnoa beventh.day Advenl Advenl-j
j Advenl-j ist Church has completed ail
I plans for a "Singspiration" on
Ann "U .,1 w. C. ..,(.. i.
torium, tjamDoa.
Invitations has been sent ou
In various religious organization
who will also take part in tin
meeting. Distribution nf awarri
will be made to persons who have
successiully answered a question
airp Uhiph uac rtictrihnlnH ,,
" .....v.. mauiuuicu 1 1 1 1 1
350 persons. Chorus books will be
avanaDte ior an.
Valdes- De John
On TV Tonight
A heavyweight bout between
Mike De John and Nino Val Valdes
des Valdes will be the attraction to tonight
night tonight (Aug. 20) on CFN-TV's
fight of the week program,
scheduled for 10 p.m. This
match was fought in Boston
August 16.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATICS OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
Unltrd States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division nf Balboa
Devel'o Emnry Wilday. Plaintiff, vs.
Stella Mary Wilday. Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4717 Civil Docket 31
Action for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
Yon are hereby required to appear
pnd answer the complaint filed in ihe
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first dale of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will r.e taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this August 5. 19SS.
Sera de la Perm
Clerk
I Seal I
By s Lois V.. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Stella Mary Wilday:
Tile foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge. United States Dislrirl
Court for the District of the Canal
.one, dated August 4. 1958. and enter
ed and filed in this action in the of office
fice office of the Clerk of said United Stales
District Court for the Division of Bal
boa. on August 4. 195fl.
Sera de la Peha
Clerk
By lls I Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
AIR CONDITIONERS
-GIBSON-
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
residents.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45lh St. i-vid Via Esoana
TEL. 3-1285

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FOR SALE: Beautiful yellow
G.E. refrigerator, automatic de defrost,
frost, defrost, 11.4 cubic teet. Used one
year, $300.00. G.E. Filter-Flo
automatic washei. 12 lb, capa capacity,
city, capacity, 1957 model, $200.00.
Qtrs. 112-B. Albrook, telephone
Albrook 3207.
FOR SALI: 1 955 frfcjidblre
washing machine. 60 cycle,
good condition, $125.00. Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, phone 86-2213 Qtrs.
329-B.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, nine
foot Wesringhouse new, 60 cycle
unit. Simmons couch. 60 cycle
V h.p. motor. 0418 Venado
Street Ancen, Balboa 1209.
FOR SALE: Leaving, must sell,
one 9-piece dining room set,
cream color; twe living room
chairs. Nacienal Ave. No. 36.
Apt. 9.
FOR SALE: Large bar with cov cover
er cover $15.00. Call Clayton 6201.
FOR SALE: Livtngroom set,
drove and refrigerator, Ricardo
Miro No. 15-2.

Labor Secretary Accused By Union
Of Trying To Kill Reform Bill

0
UNITY HOUSE, Pa. -(UPI)-AFL-CIO
leaders yesterday accus accused
ed accused Secretary of Labor James P.
Mitchell of politically inspired
moves designed to kill any union
reform legislation at this session
of Congress.
The labor federation's executive
council also heard Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles warn
that "war or chaos" would result
if indirect aggression continued in
the Middle East.
Council President George
Meany promised to reprove Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, the Eisenhower administra administra-day
day administra-day to meet with the union lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Dulles, by contrast, received a
friendly reception s this PScono
Mountain summer canrfp operated
by the Ladies' Garment Workers
Union. The secretary of state
hailej labor's contribution to
America's way of life and priased
Meany for his role as a United
Nations delegate.
Discusses Aggression Dingers
He authorized a statement on
his secret briefing to the labor
chiefs, saying he discussed "the
dangers of indirect aggression and
the likelihood that continuance of
indirect aggression would lead to
chaos or war."
Dulles also outlined the "signifi "significant"
cant" "significant" change in U. S. policy
whereby this nation will assist in
creati.g regional economic devel development
opment development organizations.
Force Threatened
By Saudi Arabia
Against Israel
CAIRO (UPI) Saudi Arabia
would resist by force any Israeli
attempt to seize the west bank oi
the Jordan River from Jordan
Crown Prince Faisal said yestcr
day in a newspaper interview.
Faisal, who is also premier and
foreign minister of Saudi Arabia,
made the statement in an inter interview
view interview with the newspaper Al Ah Ah-ram
ram Ah-ram after four days of talks with
President Gamal Abdel Nasser of
the United Arab Republic.
Al Ahram said American envoy
Robert D. Murphy told Nasser
during a conference two weeks
ago that Israel might try to seize
the river bank area. It asked Fai Faisal
sal Faisal what Saudi Arabia would do in
that case.
"Our answer is plpmentarv." h
.ni j .. nnMi.. "u; wi

resist by force of arms anv Ts.!nonced by a State Department

raeli aggression aimed at seizing
any part of Arab territory. Our
attitude is the same as that of
the U.A.R., Iraq, and every other
Arab country."
Faisal said his talks with Nas Nasser
ser Nasser resulted in "a firm establish establishment
ment establishment of mutual trust and coooera coooera-tion
tion coooera-tion in our affairs in all fields,
domestic and international."
In answer to another ouestion,
'e told the newspaper that the
American and British troup land land-ines
ines land-ines in Lebanon and Jordan con constituted
stituted constituted aggression on all Arabs
because it posed a threat to their
independence and meant inter er er-enee
enee er-enee in their affairs. He vairl the
root of evil in the Arab world was

imoerialism and that the way to ; A"1" 7nment turned
cet rid of It. particularly in the onn.l rjquert. But Sec-
Persian Gulf area, was tnrnugh rl"l itst e John Foster Dul Dul-solidarity
solidarity Dul-solidarity and loyalty to the Arab JJUEiitlS d reV1'W nC
cause.
Faisal returned to .ledda'i Mon- ...
day. Observers here said that Mt department spokes-
,.,111, MoAi roTnlinnc ro.tA-.l mn n'd "TOt dlSClOSe tlm amOUOt

the U.A.R. military mission might or vlue of the U. S. arms ship ship-mi,
mi, ship-mi, n-n tr, cj.iiHi Arahia ThP mis.!menl- H said inly that Irtdo-

sion ha,l left after relations be

tween the two coun'rics cooled
Inst March when King Sand was
accused of engineering a plot to
assassinatt Nasser.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 60 Gold Band Glas Glasses.
ses. Glasses. Gablets won Icetea, water,
Champagne 214C Cudundu 83 83-4147.
4147. 83-4147. FOR SALE:- Refrigerator, twe
fans, 60 cycle, 17 inch G. I.
TV set, small table model radio,
two quartermaster beds, steel
dresser, steel cheater drawers,
small number of tablet and
straight wood chairs, kitchen kitchen-ware,
ware, kitchen-ware, glassware. Chinawar. All
items may be seen at apartment
No. 0432E, Frangipani Street, on
Saturday morning, August 23,
1958, from nine (9.00) a.m.
till noon. Written bids upon
such items to bo submitted to
the undersigned on or before
August 26, 1958.
W. SHERIDAN, r.,
Administrator, C. T. Mc Mc-Cormick,
Cormick, Mc-Cormick, Jr. deseased,
P.O. Bex 98, Balboa
Heights, C.Z.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, $. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
Expressing bitter disappointment
at failure of the ?RIIPB ii Ives
labor re'orm bill to clear the
House Monday the council said
"an unholy alliance" of business
groups, reactionary GOP House
leaders, Teamsters and John L.
Lewis' United Mine Workers
ganged up to defeat the measure.
"We deplore the role of Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Labor Mitchell whose op opposition
position opposition to constructive reform
legislation was obviously political politically
ly politically inSnired." the ronnoil assortoH
Mitchell made his objections to
the AFL-CIO-endorsed bill known
in a letter read just before the
House defeat of the measure..
Will Tell Mitchell
Meany was asked whether he
would tell Mitchell to his face how
he felt.
"I sure will," he snapped. "I
haven't prepared a soeech but this
statement is a mild version of
what I think."
The council also severed some
of the few remaining indirect ties
between AFL-CIO unions anrl th
exiled Teamsters, led by James
n. Hona. t decided .to weed out
Teamster officers nnw prvinr n
officials of the federation's state or
local bodies.
' The ban has been in effect hut
some Teamster payrollers have
avoided it by becoming members
of uniins within the AFL-CO.
Meanv said this
that Chicago Federation of Labor
rresmeni wmiam Lee and execu executive
tive executive board member Tom Haggerty,
both also Teamsters officials,
would have to choose between
their tw6 jobs.
US Flying Arms
To Indonesia
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States announced yesterday
that it was flying "internal Secur Security"
ity" Security" arms to the neutralist Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian government under a secret
agreement signed in that country
capital last Wednesday.
The action marked an apparent
softening in the U. S. attitude to
ward the government of President
Sukarno now that the Indonesia
rebellion has been virtually stamp stamped
ed stamped out. The United States pre previously
viously previously refused to sell arms to In Indonesia.
donesia. Indonesia. I lne npw agreement was an
The
spokesman after disnatches from
Indonesia reported that American
Air Force Globemasters were ar arriving
riving arriving at Jakarta with small arms
for the Indonesian army.
The State Department spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the shipments consisted
of small arms, trucks, jeeps, com
munications equipment and simi
lar items needed by the army for
internal security operations.
The Indonesian government ask asked
ed asked a year ago to buy about 700
minion aoiiars worth of U.S
arms, primarily for use agaijst
me oumaira reoeis then vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously attacking Sukarno forces.
rne u. s.
- nesia "rplues,ed Priority ship-

menl t0 deal w,tl urgent in-
tena' s,fcur'ty Problem" and
skd ,nat lhe agreement be
kePl ret.

Lesson

Dorese Waites School of Dancing
Reopening September 4th, Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, 30th;
10:00 to 5:00 Knights af Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboat
Ballroom dancing included in
all classes. Dorese Waites School
of Dancing.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: EVINRUDE 25 HP
with tank. Excellent condition.
$275 cash. See at ABERNA ABERNA-THYS'S
THYS'S ABERNA-THYS'S er Phone 3-0264. Ask
for Taylor,
Husband, Wife Show
Paintings, Mobiles
Af JWB-USO Gallery
On display at the USO JWC
Armed Forces Service Center is a
painting and mobile exhibit tha
blend as nicely as rln thpir nriin
lators, Ellen and Stephen Kurzman.
1 -nu i i i i .
me uusuaiiu.aua-wue learn De
gan as a unit in the summer of
1955 when they were married.
Stephen continued his studies at
Harvard Law School before ac
cepting a position as legal rick
in thp II S AffnT-na.,'. -..,..
Southern District, in New York.
wnere ne plans to resume his wor);
this winter. At present he is serv
mg as legal observer with the Ar Army.
my. Army. Sp3 Kurzman has had no form formal
al formal artistic training, but has long
exhibited a keen and understand
mg interest in the art of Alexand Alexander
er Alexander Calder.
Mrs. Kurzman, on the othir
hand, has a wealth of formal
Lrral,lilln,g; S5e was graduated from
Wellesley College in 1955 where
she majored in the history of Art
and presented her thesis on abs
tract painting..
Her erarlnatp uinrt -u,mm
oe2 Ae Harvard Graduate
F'm or uesun and Architecture
and then the Columbia School of
Mrs. Kurzman has exhibited
previously in New vt'. n;....u
ington Square outdoor exhibit and
was commissioned to draw a mur
al for thp mvprnmsni k,.;u: :'
- w ..nil uuuuiuu in
Glen Ridge, New Jersey; her home
IUWI1.
Formerly, a free lance architec
lura tenderer, she is presents
empioyea at the Architectural
urancn ot the Panama Canal Com
pany.
The general public is cordially
usTjVb0 rr7Gxreyat thi
Cloudbursts Bring
Death To Alpine
Villages In Italy
ROME, Aug. 20 (UPI) Cloud
bursts brought death and destruc
tion to Alpine villages in north.
em Italy today and the town oi
Aosta.
One person was known drowned
and 11, including four identified
tourists, were missing and feared
dead in the Domodossola area
near the Swiss border, where the
Diveria river burst its banks.
The storms, which lashed wide
areas of northern and central I.
taly, brought lower temperatures
as far south as Rome, easing a
sweltering heat wave which had
sent the thermometer into th?
90s.
The Diveria, swelled by a hea heavy
vy heavy rain and hail storms, over
flowed when a huge landst'de
blocked its course at Asan Gio
vanni, five miles from Domodos.
sola, last night.
The slide swept away railway
tracks, interrupting rail communi.
cation with Switzerland. The over
flowing waters of the river swirl
ed inland, washing away a 1,000
Toot stretch of a highway and hit
thevillage of San Giovanni.
A dozen houses collapsed under
the impact of the mass of water.
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New records arrive
weekly. U.S. prices less
big discounts.
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WANTED: Bilingual secretary,
excellent references and expe experience,
rience, experience, call Tel. 2-4902 for
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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
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Mrs. Mifnon I ont he Granth: Your
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ADMIRABLE will be appreciated.
WANTED : Boxer puppy fe female,
male, female, registered. Balboa 2-3700.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Experienced maid.
General homework and soma
child care. Sleep in. Panama
3-6593.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
Women's Activity
Club Observes
Tenth Anniversary
The tenth annivArsarv nf the
Women's Activity Club was cel-
eoraieo last Sunday evening at
me McDonald home in Parque Le.
fevre, in a gay and congenial at
mosphere.
Highlighting th nartv wao tha
iiim.ii a o ot nrrirprs tnr tho on.
Suing term hv Charlps Mnnlnnie
A significant factor was the coin!
i-iuence inai Mrs. cieopatrla La-
mom, ine ttrsr nrpiriont nf -h
group, was being, placed at the
neim to direct me destinies of the
club on its tenth year of" opera,
tion-. i i
In armtolfcn Mr r.imMi tt
ers takinn the oafh of office were:
Mrs. E. PrArntt-
- r t vmij xikk a,
C. McDonald; treasuer and 'Mr-.
N. Soley; chaplain. Members are
Mrs. L. Monlouis, Mrs. Eurald,-
McDonald, Mrs. Inez Simpson and
TVir- T r i ...
ivjis. josepnine omiui, outgoing
president.
Organized pacifically as. a char charitable
itable charitable group these women, have
done their part in helping to bring
cheer to many less fortunate per persons.
sons. persons. The celebration was attended by
a large number of guests.

SP5 WILLIAM MOLINA-RODRIGUEZ re-enlists in the Regular

Army for three years. Mat. Arnold Freedman. the commandlns
officer of Hq. and Hq. Company of the U.S. Army Caribbean
School administers the oath. Molina is an Instructor in tht
School's Signal Section which teaches communications tb Latin
American Students. He is the son of Sergio Molina of Provi Provi-dencia
dencia Provi-dencia Street No. 359. Villa Palmeras, Santurce, Puerto Rico.

aTaV uK mat HHU8bwk&&&i

SFC JORGE GUTIERREZ of the 549th Military Police
Company Fort Gullck, reenllsts in the Regular Army for

three years. Maj. Delos E. Kedean, tne provost marsnai
of the Atlantic Area, administers the oath. Gutierrez is thi
Interpreter for the Provost Marshal's Office and also foi
the 549th M.P. Co. He lives at Ft. Qulicic with his wile Lux.

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n a fascinating departure
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TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia.
Tol. 3-1285
AFL-CIO Seeks Aid
Of Cuban Sailors
In Canadian Strike
UNITY HOUSE, Pa., Aug.
(UPI) The AFL CIO maritim
trades department today askec
Cuban workers not to take job
on ships operated by the Canad
lan National Steamship Co.
The department wired Eusebii
Mujal, secretary general of thi
Cuban Workers' Confederation, d
vising mm af a seamen's stnk.
against the ship line. It said the
company has transferred its ship:
to Cuban registry for the purpose
of breaking the year-old strike.
"We respectfully urge you not lei
man these vessels and to advis.
the steamship owners, of your poj
sition," the department's executivtj
secretary, Harry E. O'Reilly, wir)
ed Mujal.
George Meany, AFL.CIO presi president,
dent, president, sent Mulal a separate tele,
gram urging luSm to agree to a;
Doycott of the Canadian National
ships. The maritime trades de
partment represents 13 unions it
the maritime industry.



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WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UPI) President Eisenhower said today th ere can be "no equivocation as to the responsibility of the Federal gov government"
ernment" government" to see that court rulings on school integration are carried out.
He also said that each state has the responsibility to see that the court mandates are not opposed by violence.
"It (a state) cannot by action or deliberate failure to act permit v iolence to frustrate the preservation of individual rights as determined
by a court decree," the President said in a statement which he read at the opening of a news conference.
"It is my hope that each state will fulfill its obligation with a full realization of the gravity of any other course."
Defiance by a state of this duty would present "the most serious p roblem," he said.

'IBut there can be no equivoca
tion as to the responsibility ol tne
Federal government in sum
t he said
VTh. nrViident' said his position
ac evartlv thai 01 a jeai -b"-

He then quoted lrom a statement board and its lawyers to eXJ eXJ-JJ.
JJ. eXJ-JJ. in Jhirh he said' mine the governor's statement and
Th" ? very basis of our indlvi-j decide what action It is possible

inhtc and freedoms i
upon the certainty that the Pres.
tho pvprutive branch u.
government will support and in.
iure the carrying out of the deci decisions
sions decisions of the Federal courts.
The President did not speelt! speelt!-4lly
4lly speelt!-4lly mention the un of
troop. But his statement ap appeared
peared appeared to maka it clear that he
would use them again as a last
retort.
He said that all Americans must
understand that if individuals,
communities or states are "going
successfully and continuously iu
defy the courts, then there is a.
narchy."
He said that all Americans have
"the solmen duty" to comply
with final orders of the courts.
Eisenhower repeated his oft.ex oft.ex-pressed
pressed oft.ex-pressed belief "that the common
sense of the individual and hj
feeling of civic responsibility must
eventually come into play it wt;
are to solve this problem."
Gov. Orval E. Faubus, has an announced
nounced announced that he will not inter intervene
vene intervene immediately in the new Lit.
tie Rock integration crisis.
He said Little Rock school
board officials, NAACP leader
and Negro parents should try
first to peacefully ettl the
erisi now that a U. S. Circuit
Court of Appeals has refused
an Integration suspension.
"Any action taken by the Chief
Executive, the legislature or the
people before the attitude of these
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people is known might prove to I decision has opened the way
be premature and unnecessary," for "considerably more" Ne Ne-he
he Ne-he said, I jroes to enter Central High.

LlUle Rock -'enlral cnoor
superintendent Virgil E. Blosso n
"lcl""6 -"
lu
He said he will answer ques questions
tions questions Faubus raised and pernaps
announce a plan of action "may "maybe
be "maybe before the week is out, but
you understand I can't promise
that."
Nine Negroes integrated Centra!
High School last September alter
President Eisenhower sent in 1,000
troops trom tne euie iuisi u
borne Division to protect them
from mobs of segregationists.
But last June 21, U. S. District
Judge Harry Lemley granted Ceu
tral a two-and-a-half year suspen suspension
sion suspension of integration because of con.
tinued violence by white students
inside the ychool through the
1957-1958 term.
The Eighth U. S. Circuit Court,
of Appeals in St. Louis reversed
Judge Lemley Monday. FauDus
said that this was "most regret regrettable."
table." regrettable." "The higher court's decision
indicates and indifference and
disregard for the will of the
people that is most alarming
and dangerous," he said.
Faubus outlined three alterna alternatives
tives alternatives to action by himself and the
legislature:
The school boaai can invoke
the school assignment law, uncer
which a student is allowed to
change schools if he doesn't like
the school nearest him.
The school board can meet
with parents of the Negroes who
attended Central last year ana
tell them what an insistence on
integration may bring about, and
the Negroes might withdraw the
students from Central.
"Failing in the above, th
school board could resign. .and
allow the peopie to select a new
board which would have the cour.
age to act in conformity with
their wishes."
In any case, he said, the situ,
tion requires immediate action,
because the opening of Centivl
High School is less than two
weeks off. It opens Sept. 2.
Integration opponents were
raciner against time today to
bypass the Court of Appeals de-1
vision.
Little Rnck School aui lo-t'.cs
said they would appeal the ru
ins to the Supreme Court if ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. Sup: erne fnirt and Justice
Department i. ifics said the lit little
tle little Rock schrf. : boaul "prob "probably"
ably" "probably" could (k a hi-(h ccirt
order to defer stadeni integra integration
tion integration at Central High unti1 alter
the Supremo Cour; convenes
Oct fi.
Monday s ruling did not or or-dnr
dnr or-dnr resumption of racial inte integration
gration integration in Little Rock. How However,
ever, However, it did r'firm the Supreme
Court's previous order for ra racial
cial racial integration of the schools.
Noting that the decision was
beinc watched by other school
districts in the South, the ap appeals
peals appeals court said letting the
! postponement stand could lead
to an impossible situation."
L. C. Bates, husband of Ar Ar-I
I Ar-I kansas' NAACP leader," said
he believed the Appeals Court
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"The only thing that has got
us worried is that we don't

he said
want aiiyuuuy iiun
Thurgood Marshall, counsel
for the NAACP, said the next
move in the dispute "depends
on the other side." He said he
believed the pro-segregationists
would apply to the Supreme
Court for a stay of the man mandate.
date. mandate. Little Rock School Supt. Vir Virgil
gil Virgil T. Blossom indicated the
board would do just that. He
said the board would "promptly
pursue any ancj all legal reme
idjes which it has, including ai
an
appeal to the United States Su
preme Court.
Sen. John L. McClellan (D (D-Ark.)
Ark.) (D-Ark.) charged the court had
"wholly disregarded the will
of the people and the welfare
of both races In overriding the
decision of the Federal dis district
trict district court."
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D (D-Ga.l
Ga.l (D-Ga.l termed the decision "un "unrealistic
realistic "unrealistic and highly unfortu unfortunate."
nate." unfortunate." Georgia Gov. Marvin Griffin
said the decision to reverse a
delay ordered by U.S. District
Judge Harry J. Lemley indicat indicated
ed indicated that the seven appeals court
-udges at St. Louis "propose to
substitute the bayonet for the
ballot." He called the ruling
"most regrettable."
Roy Harris, a close associate
of Griffin and new president
of the Citizens Councils of
America, commented: "I've been
to Little Rock three times in
the last 18 months, and it's my
opinion there will be no race
mixing in Central High School
unless federal troops are call called
ed called back again."
Harry S. Ashmore, who won
the Pulitzer prize for editor
ials on the Central High sit situation
uation situation in the Little Rock Ga Gazette,
zette, Gazette, said at Panama City,
I- la., that the court's ruling
placed the "full burden" of
maintaining order on the
shoulders of Arkansas Got.
Orval Faubus.
"The city school board sought
relief and didn't get it, so It is
now up to the governor to de determine
termine determine what happens next,"
Ashmore said. "He's got to find
some wav to keeD the schools
open and avoid disorder. The
responsibility rests very heavl-
iiy on him
The Rev. Martin Luther
King of Montgomery, Ala.,
who has emerged as the key
figure in efforts by Southern
Negroes to break down racial
barriers, praised the decision
as "one of the most fortunate
rendered by a Federal court."
But spokesmen for segrega segregationists
tionists segregationists throughout the South
and Southern leaders in Wash Washington
ington Washington expressed dismay. These
were among the comments:
Sen. Spessard L. Holland (D (D-Fla
Fla (D-Fla ): "This makes It very clear
that we can't expect any long
period of waiting until the
whole civil rights fight breaks
out in the open again. This is a
time for caution, firmness and
unity because of the perilous
days ahead.
"The next congress will be a
critical one."
Sen. Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (D (D-N.C.)
N.C.) (D-N.C.) : "This means that it was
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a judicial snare and delusion
to believe that the district
courts would be allowed to han handle
dle handle Integration cases."
Sen. Strom Thurmond (D (D-S.C)
S.C) (D-S.C) : "It now appears that ju judical
dical judical tyranny in this country
is running rampant over local
self-government."
Sen. John Stfnnls (D-Miss):
"This reverses a very practical
and realistic aecision, and -dopts
compulsory processes that
have already proven to accom accomplish
plish accomplish nothing. If the Supreme
Court upholds this deer in, it

Senate OKs W.
As New Civil
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UPI)
President Eisenhower's nomi nomination
nation nomination of W. Wilson White to
head the Justice Department's
new Civil Rights Division clear cleared
ed cleared the Senate last night after
a two-hour debate over White's
role in the Little Rock, Ark.,
school integration episode.
A last-ditch oratorical assault
by Southern Democrats failed
to keep the Senate from ap approving
proving approving White's nomination by
a 56 to 20 vote.
Voting against White were 18
Southern Democrats includ
ing Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.)
and two Republicans. The GOP
votes were cast by Sen. Milton
R. Young (N.D.) and John J.
Williams (Del.).
Voting for the nomination
were 36 Republicans and 20
Democrats.
In the civil rights post,
which he had held on an in interim
terim interim basis since Dec. 9, White
will have authority to seek
injunctions against violations
of voting rights on racial
grounds and to investigate
Mrs. S. Scheidegg
Of Gatun Dies
While On Vacation
Mrs. Susan Scheidegg, well,
known resident of Gatun, died sud.
denly yesterday in Montclair. N
J., where she was on vacation. Sne
was 49 years old.
She vid left the Isthmus in June
with her son, Raymond, to visit
another son and two daughters now
living in New Jersey.
Her husband, C. V. Scheidegg.
a control house operator at Gatun
locks, is leaving by plane tonight
for New Jersey.
Born in Newark, N. ,T., Mrs.
Scheidegg had made her home on
the Isthmus for the past 18 years.
She was active in community af affairs,
fairs, affairs, had been an officer in the
Civic Council, and was a member
of the Gatun Union Church.
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by two sons, Richard
of Newark, N. J., and Raymond,
of Gatun, and by two daughters,
Mrs. Lois Bonnassisa, of Maple Maple-wood,
wood, Maple-wood, N. J., and Diane, of Moun Mountainside
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Is unmista! Pt tly ado j'oin? a
course of rule or ruin as aopll aopll-ed
ed aopll-ed to public school education
in the South, and it will result
in rule and ruin."
Mississippi Secretary of sVits
Heber Ladner, considered a like likely
ly likely gubernatorial candidate this
year: "The only thing I .have
to say is that force without
wisdom will fall of its own

weight."
. Louisiana
"I'm sorry
way."
Gov.
they
Earl Long:
ruled that
Wilson White
Rights Chief
other alleged civil rights vio violations.
lations. violations. The Senate Judiciary Commit Committee
tee Committee had approved White's no nomination
mination nomination only last week after
months of delay and repeated
questioning by Southern mem members
bers members about the official's role in
the Little Poc1-: episode.
The Southerners hit at the
san.e theme in last night's de debate.
bate. debate. They questioned White's un understanding
derstanding understanding of co;.stitutional
law, described him as a "Dawn
in te high game of politics"
and accused him of "bad filth
Whft?s sucnorters, led bv Sen.
A-.tnur V. Wa.ics (R-U,.ih)
said the Senate -wire bef jn; had
confirmed the Philadelphia at attorney
torney attorney for nigh Federal posts
and that nothrr.? had happen happened
ed happened s'r ee to destroy his value.
Sen. Strom Thurmond (D (D-S.C.
S.C. (D-S.C. who filibustered for 26
tivvrs last ye:'-r against the civil
rights law which established
the new post, said it was
"shocking" for White to advise
Eisenhower to send troops to
Little Rock.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D (D-Tenn.),
Tenn.), (D-Tenn.), one of the few South Southerners
erners Southerners who voted for the civil
rights bill in its final form, said
White's confirmation would
"add a further irritant to race
relations in the South."
Public Invited
To Land-Judging
Contest Saturday
The public is invited to a stu
dent land judging contest to be
held at Divisa Saturday, at 9:00
a.m. This is a unique method us.
ed to determine crops best suit
ed for different tracts of land.
Gemeno Vargas, professor of
agronomy at the National Insti
tute of Agriculture, will be one of
the judges. Others cooperating in
the venture are Prof. Ruben Aro
semena, director of the Institute
and William Householder, Point
Four technician, stationed at the
school.
The winning team will be
brought to Panama to be present
ed to the Minister of Agriculturs
and other officials. CFN radio and
television has also invited the
winner to make an appearance at
their studios for interviews.

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Air Force, Defense Department Mum

On Delayed
CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla Inr
whether or not the W 'iff
thrust retro-rocket, would have
moon.

1L This retro-rocket was to have been triggered at the proper moment from Hilo, Hawaii Bui
the Air Force said they had rigged the unit to fire automatically if the signal from earth failed
to rench it

The Air Force has released no
information on the fate of the two
stages that plunged into the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Sunday after the first stage
Thor ballistic missile blew up at
tne end of 77 seconds flight.
If the retro. rocket had not been
recovered from the ocean floor,
and if water or damage hat not
upset the automatic firing se
qucfio the rocket brake presum
ably would have exploaed on
schedule last night.
The Air Force and Defense De
partment each has said that fur
ther information on the moon roc
ket would have to come from the
other. Neither, has made any an announcement
nouncement announcement since a post firing
press conference Sunday.
Maj. Gen. Bernard Schrlever,
commander of the Air Force's Bal Ballistic
listic Ballistic Missle Divison, said signals
from the payload package were re
ceived for 200 seconds after the
launching.
But, the Air Force has steadfast steadfastly
ly steadfastly refused to say whether the roe.
ket's wreckage has been recover,
ed from its final resting plac5 on
the ocean floor.
Sources here "doubted that the
retro-rocket would fire, even if the
remains of the moon rocket wirh
stood the terrific impact on hit hitting
ting hitting the ocean from 50,000 fee,.
That was the highest the rocket
climbed before it exploded.
The little rocket was equipped
with a solid fuel, which if the con.
tainer wfos thoroughly sealed might
still function even if it was under,
water.
Attached to the tip of the pay
load package, the retro-rocket v?s
lo have been triggered from Hi''.
Hawaii, when the instrumented
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been used to slow the unit and
package reached the rim of the
moon.
OBut the Air Force said the little
rocket was rigged so it wouU
go off automatically at the last
second if it failed to receive the
signal from earth
Such a device would have to be
rigged through electronic means,
sources said, and if water seeped
into this section, the odds were
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hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 90 83
Low 76 78
HUMIDITi:
High 98 93
Low 65 86
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-15 NW-17
RAIN (inches) 1 .09
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 82
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Army's New Rifle
Won't Reach Troops
Until Early 1960
WASHINGTON (UPI) flu;
Army's new rapid fire rifh
won't be issued to U. S. troopi
until 1960 unless there is a speed
up in production.
This disclosure came on tht
heels of a complaint by Rep
Robert L. F. Sikes (D Fta) tha
Egyptian, Syrian and even Ysffl
menite troops have better rifletj
and machine guns than Amen
can soldiers and Marines in
Middle East.
The Army had no immedia
comment on the Sikes speech. B
it announced in May 1957
adoption of its new standard r
aim seuu ai nit- nine uivie wuuti
be "issue of the new rifle
troops beginning in i960."
The new rifle, called the M-14,
will be one pound lighter thai
the old M 1 Garand, which wai
adopted in 1936 and still is tht
standard for U. S. troops.. Thi
new rifle weighs 8.7 pounds' an
will replace four current shoulder
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