The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02647

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Hw can fellow get in lit little
tle little quiet fishing put on Panama
Biy when hit grandfather won't
quit hollerin' and jumpin' all
ever the place?
What a fisherman of the old
school would do is not on record,
but fisherman of the Ancon
School takes a firm stand imme immediately.
diately. immediately. "1 told him (Grandfather
frank Violette) to be quiet,' re recounted
counted recounted fisherman Frank Sharp
leveily yesterday, after !he Scri
reached Balboa flying thifce mar mar-lin
lin mar-lin and 16 sailfish pennants.
Seems that grandfather Iras nev never
er never acted up that way before in all
the six years that Frank has
known him. Frank has only been
around six years, to know any anyone.
one. anyone. His father, Roy A. Sharp ot
the Grounds Division, apparently
behaved himself satisfactorily, a a-board
board a-board the fieri but his mother's
conduct, like Violette', could have
borne improvement.
While grandfathers have to be
dealt with directly, fisherman
Hank baarp can be a man of
subtle wiles, as a sailfish found
to his cost down by Piftas Bay
last week. Sharp reveals his tech technique
nique technique for catching a 100 pound
sailfish with a 20-pound lest line
operated by a 50-pound fisherman:
"Sailfish always coma up when
yeu'ro drinking a soda or
something. This sailfish was just
waiting for mt to go for a so sods.
ds. sods. Ho thought I wanted a so soda,
da, soda, but I sneaked up en him."
having thus out-foi.ed (or out out-souaed)
souaed) out-souaed) the sailfish, Sharp encoun encountered
tered encountered grandfather trouble.
"Grandfather started to scream
'Get hint in. Get him in.' He just
got so exciteu," ten tch'd tisher
man Sharp, a man given to the
calm and reflective aspects o
Isaac Walton's hobby. "I told
him to be quiet,"
By way of keeping the elder elderly
ly elderly gentleman humored, and a a-verting
verting a-verting fuiher outbreaks of un unseemly
seemly unseemly jumpin' and hollerin',
fisherman Sharp favored grand grandfather
father grandfather Violet! with ,aV simple
discourse of the tue it the
betweert man fish.
1 tow mm not to worry wnen f
the line beean to. rim out). 1 told
him I'd get it ail back in";
It's about time someone was I

kind
sport While it is not known for
sure fu't' M m ViS has
- v iiitiinii ji 1 1 1 v iuiv u ui i. lit.
been trying to learn something a-
hout deep sea fishing, the lellow
ahead of him in the line when't
he applied for his first lieense
was named Jonah
Sisters and mothers are not
much heln en fishinfl trip ei either.
ther. either. Mothers, Frank finds, -tend
te fuss. Between intervals of
calming grandfather he was a a-bliged
bliged a-bliged to reassure Mrs. Roy A.
Sharp, "Don't worry, mother.
I'll get it In."
Why should Mrs. Sharp have
.-iorl? Tn.f ikr f lkn.s
inexnlieable foibles of womanhood.i
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it would seem. Kind of thing a
man has in endure with nat.ienre
man nas to enaure witn patience,
"I never worried that I'd get
FRANK'S SISTER MARY, aged
aallfish the size of this one. Here

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at the Balboa Vacht Club pier lust after Retting back in yes-
trday. Mary Is holding the pole which brought each of the
kids local fishlnK fane.

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FRANK SHARP in victorious action on the 'Sert attinst a 106-

lb. saynp off Pinas Bay. Frank will be c
at 6:45 tonight lo tell how to catch fish

the specWPW3Ww;rie. Frank

have to 'worry about lttaMNN&itWNed

sailflsK is considered to be Weil tn the running for the troohy
for the most outaimndlne: catch qf the Panama Red and Reel
Club's current anrfual marlin tourhlimeift.; '-.

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exptaaiea j-ranr tugung tema-
vely at his .bootlace, whtch look-1
t might be interesting to
Sisters, still (he weaker sex e-
ven if two years 'olde"r, are differ different.
ent. different. "Mv sister gets tired faster
than I do."
j Wien Was this put to the test?
'When Mary was hauling in a
I 101 pound sailfish a couple of
days after Frank caught his and
again when ajft was hauling in a
' smaller, 70-pouad model after that;
So Miry's sailfish weighed one
nnnnrl mnre than Frank s anfli
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well it might, seeing that at 52
lbs. She weighs two pounds more
tr n hp does. 1
.
trn ne ones.
By and large, opines nsnerman,
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8, and Frank each caught a
thev are seen beside the Serl

s moth
Frank., sisters and mothers and
. ir ii i. .n v '.
granaiainers unstable, characters
all, are more trouble ; than they
are worm on a serious Ashing
on a serious fishing
Grandfether ViolOtte, who
without Frank's steadying in influence
fluence influence continues to lose hi
calm, believes Frank? sailfish
it close to a certainty to cop
the prize for the outstanding
catch of the Panama Red and
Reel Club's current marlin tour
nament.

Rnth Pr.nir j -.. u.-lland

fde contestants, with their entry
'
fee paid up before the Seri sail-
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'in his own handnrintin-
r
It was raining for most of
35 minutes Frank was fighting I
his sailfish. This, he figures, was
something of a mercy. Coller?
Maybe, but mostly in ensuring
freedom from sisters. Says Marv:
"Mother wouldn't let me come
out."
Frank has already caujjht him-
seii plenty of dolphin, bonita, and
snapper. So when he nut down 1
bis soda and caught his sailfish,
there remained only one thing to
be done. Violette got his orders I
according! v:
"AH right
L'randna.
put the
marlin on now."

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THAT'S MARY'S 101 -LB. SAILFISH at the re ar, just after she boated it. Frank is not letting
anyone forwt that he cauht Just auch a one himself two daya before. Two of tha Seri's
crewmen are holding tha fish.

American Group Gets Aid

In CZ School
Canal Zone Gov. William E.

support 100 percent to the American Society in Panama in their

protest aDOUl increasen Knvoi ires in me tana, wc,
He made this promise at a meeting yesterday with 20 mem members
bers members of the Society many of thorn parent with children attend attending
ing attending Canal Zone Schools.
The meeting was called by Potter following a flood of com complaints
plaints complaints about the new rates, which have risen by about a third
for all grades up to Senior High School and by nearly a half for

the Canal Zone Junior College. Fees are paid only by tuition stud students
ents students those whose parents do not work in the Zone.

After Potter had explained the
reason for the increase and mem mem-hern
hern mem-hern nf the Society had air
their personal complaints, Potter
promised to write to secretary m
the Army Wilber M. Brueker -eta-
ting their case and asKing u any,
thing could be done to alleviate
tha h.rdshius the new rate would
briteg to American families living
in the Repumic ot ranama.
The Society also pointed out the
Might of those Panamanian
. i .1 : .ttjUwfa in
ve the benefit of an American
ucation.
wno wisn men tmiw
vMter aUn advised the Society
o take tha matter up with the tti
S. Embassy in Panama.
Said an officer of the Society
today "We made no spfcrifi pro
posals to the governor. We
..mi ,i,.iflinn what artion call
OUIl ucliui"),
takon tt is realized that our chi
,.
annol gel a tree eauceuv
11 we do not pay ta
By Personnel Bureau
Minor changes In voting; eligi-
:',r nrocedure registration re
5 election dates
WL.r:r. .im.r lpetion dates.
"""""71.1. i KtaininB bal-
'the "dates for obtaining bal
w. fw ahsentee voting have been
received by.the Personnel ouiu
k Panama Canal CO anu
Z.' i.trihntPd to the va-
llflVK
rinii hnrpaii directors
The changes apply only to the
fniiowine: Alaska. Colorado, Ken
tucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts,
Minnesota. Mississippi, New Mex-i
ico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Is
Texas. Wisconsin, Puerto m-
co -nd the V,rgln. Is'andsv
. ,.c - .
tached to the large charts on vpU
intr information which are avail
-" 1
Ui ; a nU Riirnaii and T TnP
n i inmn
nroerams staff. Personnel Bureau,
' Room 102, Administration Build Build-the
the Build-the in (i Ralhna Heights.
. j
a ... i ir D
rurTci b UJ-INUIC
Council Parley
Set For Wednesday
r.nv w K Potter's communi
1., u;ifh nfflrers nf TT
s. -rate Civic Councils, orginally
scheduled for net Tuesday, has
hon nnstnnned nhe dav
The meeting will be held at the
Breakers Club in Coco Solo on
Wednesday, starting at 7:33 p.m.

Fee Protest

Potter has promised to five his
a. But we do expect cheaper
Sates than those that will be
barged in Canal Zone schools in
the coming school year.
When the increased rates were
announced early this month it
was stated that the reason was a
continuing rise in cost of supplies,
salaries, maintenance and all oth other
er other expense items since the for
mer tuition rates were set in 1955.
Thi new rates are: kinder
garten C?0 per month: Junior
'high school 439; senior high school
(p); Canal Zone Junior College
F11 per year.
No RP Students
fin Scholarships
IvrtiBy Braniff
Panamanian students a-j
seventeen Latin America -,
irs selected to receive 195S.
scholarships on Braniff
iot
by
Hatch, manager for Brani
nama, are Pedro I. Co
Robert Edwin Harrison
both of Panama City.
JSranlff scholarship winners are
chosen for advanced work on the
basis of outstanding records in
their particular fieui of study.
Each student will receive a
round-trip ticket for the airline's
wv-iu r.1 xuiaw ui u-v ai
uonquistaoor service irom t-ana
ma to the Braniff.served city near.
est the college or university he will
attend.
Cohen, an English teacher at the
U.S. Air Force School for Latin
America, will study English at toe
University of Texas in Austin.
Texas. He will fly from Panam-i
. lQ muslin, anu uians 10 "uuuii
teaching when he returns hom
to Austin, and plans to "ontinue
e
"Ol a l.-iwii, nun .jvuul'", ...
I j- ..1a l ..
I . .. n
State College, Corvallis, Oreson.
He will flv to Denver, Colorado.

turiner
Robert

tt ta Fh

HH and

M'elendez.

and plans to do either research or were trying to find the parent?
Hgricultural extension work when, of a little boy who. was found a
he-returns to Panama. jbandoned on the beach at Las
n i 1 1 tt" i. nl...

ta r....ii.n. (mIa. imA.i.qn rw 1 1 1 i
i3Zi ;i.i;
uu.i, U.O...U .wv.uv.u -r.v..
mission irom tne uvii Aeronau.
li ,. T 1 in ...ntinim iic Cihnlnr
'Lci "LVV"1. r
mP u.ue.... uqua iu
" I Latin American students for ad
vanced study in the States.
Ail winners are chosen by the
Institute of International Educs
Hon, a 38.year.old organization
devoted to the exchange of stu-
dents among 70 countries of the
world.

Ocean-Going snip

Traffic Through
PC Drops Slightly
fipan.erninff chin trnWin ftirnnnh
the Panama Pa n a 1 r 1 1 r i n n t h
month ot July showed sliht de.
crease as compared with ocean
going traffic in July 1957. accord
ing to figures released this week
at Balboa Heights.
Traffic of commercial and gov government
ernment government vessels o' 300 tons or
more was higher however during
July than during June of this
year.
Figures showd that commercial
ocean-going ships in July totaled
767 as compared with 710 during
June 1958 and 788 during July
1957.
Commercial tolls for July came
to $3,684,940, the highest level in
history, while "tolls credits from
government-woened vessles total totaled
ed totaled $56,282.
Ships making 'the transit from
ocean to ocean during July car carried
ried carried $,171,444 long tons of cargo
an increase of 250,053 tons over
the previous month.
Ex-Convicf Shot
Resisting Arrest
Improves At Goroas
Sixto Manuel Berguido. the ex-
convict who was shot in the hei.
by a Canal Zone Policeman on
Monday as lie was trying to es
cape. arrest, was stated at Gorgas
.saj;ir,lhr
. Berguido, a 33.y ear-old deporte
fled from two policemen when they
tried to arrest him near the com
missary at Rainbow City and af after
ter after ignoring many calls to str
and two warning shots in the lir.
was felted by a bullet from th
nistol of Policeman David A Hnnr
Hone had taken careful aim at!

Berguido's legs but he was run to whoever holds the job, regard regarding
ing regarding in a doubled up position less, whether he is an American
and the bullet struck him in the; or a Panamanian.

back of the head and penetrated
the skull.
The policemen were arresting
him because he was a deporte
who had entered the Canal Zone
illegally.
HP Police Seeking
Parents Of Boy
Left Tied On Beach
Panama police authorities todac
d u v en a s near me rrencn ria.n
; yesterday, with his legs tied
to
,, 4h a Ko I
The little boy, Armando S.ila
zar. told police that his fath
Vietnr hart "heat him and In
him" there. He keeps crying for
his mother, whose name he says
is Ines.
Armando was found by a man
who went down to the beach a.
round 9:45 a.m. yesterday. The
man summoned the police, who
took the boy to the Santo Tomas
Dispensary where he was treated
for a blow on the head.
He was then transferred to the
Children's Hospital, where police
are hoping his parents will go to
claim him.
Cuban Government
Gives New Warning
Tn Cosrro Forces
niirimi ITD1 Tha Tnhan

government has delivered a new pan's favorite lovers leap voi voi-warnlng
warnlng voi-warnlng to the rebels to lay down'canic Mt. Mihara and prompt prompt-their
their prompt-their arms and return home. !y jumped into the wrong crater,
A lull In tha fttrhtinff enn. 1 nnliea rennrled todav.

tinned .yesterday, Jovern.mer.'j
p anes drappeo m

rpiip. ( O.Ciie mni.au a .iionrci anu l" r

of eastern Cuba warning the in
surgents to surrender or face in-
tensified attack.

Dry Breeze Tempers 94 Degree Heat
-Augusts fop Mark In 44 Years

Perspiring- Canal Zoniana who complained about the
weather yesterday had juatlf table a rounds for a fripe. Tem Temperatures
peratures Temperatures at Balboa Heights roac to M degrees, which made
yesterday the hottest August day reported by that weather
station since way back on August 3, 1914.
Usually a fairly cool month, August has an average maxi maximum
mum maximum temperatnre of about R8.6 degree and plenty of cool
ralnv days.
Yesterday waa unusual from all standpoints. Rainfall was
limited to a scant .02 of an inch In Cristobal, with clear skies,
and a brisk dry season type bract was blowing over moat of
the Canal Zone.

Agencies Workim
On Draft Order
For Ike To Sign

WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP!) U. S. officials sold
roday they hope the draft of the executive order putting
the Panama Canal "Single Wage" law into effect will be
ready by Oct. 1.
The officials said that the various government agen agencies
cies agencies that have operations in the Canal Zone are currently
wofktng on the draft order, which then would be issued by by-President
President by-President Eisenhower. 1
The law, approved by Congress to comply with the
U.S. undertaking agreed to in the 1955 treaty between
Panama and the U.S., is designed to eliminate disc rim ina- I
hon against Panamanian workers in wage practices
It is designed to provide equal treatment and oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for both Panamanian and U.S. citizen employes

Officials denied today that Pre
sident Eisenhower hd told the
Canal Zone authorities to come up
with a new version of their wage
proposals.
They also said there is no plan
to bring all wages in the Canal
Zone up to the staiarj paid
Jr si n
--.Jii.lL '. .L : i a.l- T1 SM J, J
Discrimination between U.S. and
Panamanian workers will be abol abolished
ished abolished but there will be no general
wage increase, they explained.
Thus, some rates may continue
to be lower than what is paid
within the United Statosfor similar
work, but that rate will be paid
Jail Sentence
Arranoed To Fit
Drunk's Days Off
Juan Pastor Garces, 38, a Pa
namanian employe at Gatun
Locks, is to become a spare time
jailbird.
He appeared before Judge Lo
fi. Hillsinzer at Cristobal Ma

gistrates Court today charged with indistrialists Union in its conflict
intoxication. When the judge oun witn tne Typographers Union. Union.-him
him Union.-him guilty, Garces said he hall The two business organizations

to support a wire ana nve ...... resolved to support the paper.
Idren and could not afford to pa:';wnich failed to pblish agate tt

a line.

... f.n .... h WOM'd;and t0 ur8e tne authorities to seek
nH.donsenu"nc, ? Julian to the problem as qmck.

" ."TTI. ... ii k. had
said that if he
time off from work to go to ja;l
he might lose his Job and in anv
case would lose money.
cn Uiltcinffer said he could

serve his two-day sentence m hisjy

spare time.
, Garces was then released on
his own recognizance to turn him
self in to Cristobal Police Station
at five minutes past midday next
Wednesday, when he had a cou
pie of days off. He'll be locke-i
up till 5 'clock Friday morning
-in time to go to work again.
Wrong Crater'
OSH1MA ISLAND, Japan (UPIJ
a ih. he iiicide. his love un-
nnnilaH tmtrtffed to the top of Ja-
Koichiro Wad. 25, a Tokyo
, mere ;

endtLK wJhTSoUt wm "be for one jug
u ilT,n? crater i Informed sources had said pre pre-plunge
plunge pre-plunge into the viousyAlt the white House an-

- it-
THE PULSE
HP P AM AM A
-srw -sf i -i
triotic Coalition, who met THed
With Pl-eeirlnnt I t. M
dia, Jr., reportedly djd not dig.
cuss the elattse of the "Mlltop"
agreement which calls for the re
moval of the chiefs of the NatiMI
Guard with the end of each pre presidential
sidential presidential term.
A mird list of nersons whn
.should go to be photographed it
me uenirai nre Station in order
to get their new cedulas was sched
uled to be posted today at strate strategic
gic strategic places around the city.
It is understood that some 2.000
new cedulas have already been is-,
sued and more are being issue.!
every day.
The strike bound Star and Kt Kt-rald
rald Kt-rald newspaper's management go
the moral backing todav nf thk
Chamber of Commerce and the
;uay ior me mira aay in a. rov
'y possime.
Members of the newspaper's
composing room stafff are object objecting
ing objecting to the management's decision
to discontinue the paying of eig't
hours salary for seven hours of
Humphrey Foresees
Year's Suspension
Of US Atomic Tests
WASHINGTON. Aug. 21 (UPD (UPD-Sen.
Sen. (UPD-Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey predict predicted
ed predicted today that the administration
soon will announce a one-year sus suspension
pension suspension of U. S. nucelar teats.
The Minnesota Democrat, chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Disarmament
Subcommittee, said he has not
been officially in ormed of tha
Tlaid he is under the im
, pression the announcement will bt
nouncement probably would be
made before the week is over. The
decision to suspend tests, these
sources said, follwed conclusion of
a successful East-West scientific
meeting at Geneva on feasibility
of policing a test ban.
Humphrey has been urging' a
temporary test suspension if ade adequate
quate adequate Inspection procedures couM
be set up.
Meantime, members of the House House-Senate
Senate House-Senate Atomic Energy Committee
were briefed secretary by the A.
tomic Energy Commission today
on its position with regard to tests.
Members generally declined to die
cuss the briefing but one of them
indicated clearly that some form
of test suspension it in the worke.

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THE MAIL BOX

ROOSEVELT
Wa see in the August issue of
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""IH.riW." How
want, to celebrate, let, a m iooi u
tary contributions ironi those who
how about tanas on mi eiuyiuj"
LOCAL-RATE
Sir:
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his fight to beat down the distor distor-mai!!gromCrcCes
mai!!gromCrcCes distor-mai!!gromCrcCes which have 8 prov Jo be ineffective
operaWan my very good friend "100 IJJ-
been able to tie up Phi m j" g that
3ftfeiS tiSrHSfZE Utwith making
him won oil than h wa. without a 75 percent increase in wages.
Ho does net h" to keep enjoying this increase I am sure Gov
Snnr Potter would be happy to have a refund of 75 percent of Mal Mal-cX's
cX's Mal-cX's wages to ad t th Profits of the Panama Canal Company
Mt you3 he hSd just a while back charged the unions w,th doing
nothing. Now he charges them with doing too much.
Now therefore, I as a Panamanian taxpayer must charge my
own wvcrnS for allowing the cost of living in Panama to go up
nvVr 200 oercent during the last ten years, while wages have not
even gone up ?0 percent in the Republic of Panama. In contrast
to this8 however, I cannot but congratulate jj&jjm gj
unions for ai least getting wages to M &i
says. My own wages have gone up 124.6 irtb
The unions opened the way for me, but I had to W Bight,
at the National Instituto and the Panama Univeriity to h,elP ad"
van'e my elf, instead of lying down and criticizing the brUlant re re-cort
cort re-cort of the unions, who have fought to make Ufe better for all of
us. Whether Malcolm is intelligent enough "0 sta statistics
tistics statistics would pjfi that if Locals m nd-W
cost of living lm be just where it is fed; yMfWm-
not have gene up even 75 percent.
I thought it was Malcolm who said in one of his letters that
duenminat on was done away with in the Canal Zone, i.e silver
and "gold," from "local rate" to ''U.S, rate.
.,nr ...' t..i. oka inH oo7 which came out in Santa Ana, ana

before the NaUonal Assembly, the U.S. cong.es srnen and in the
national tres,i1oWting oat irrevocably clear-that drecnmination in
wat .till exiifebin, tie ltfmon-Eisenhowr right,
I? would ipP?iSStllS Malcolm is lw trying to take credit
for w.at the union fwier hava to trtrir said all along.
If Panama has no playgrounds, that is not Local 900 or Local
M7's fault, but it miy be the fault of Gil Garrido. What has he been
doing for our country? What has our own government been doing
for us If our government and Garrido had done only ten percent
of what the unWBs have done for us, we ttld really sitting

As far as taking credit goes, the newspapers have always indi indicated
cated indicated that the unions have fought for every improvement so far re registered
gistered registered for Local Raters. Sometimes the Canal Zone Administra Administration
tion Administration as a .mart management should do has tried to anticipate
the demands of Local 900, but even the Governor will tell Malcolm
that if it were not for the union's mere presence, he would not be
so concerned about the Local Rars. History from 1903 to 1948
prove, this point.
Sir'
In one of "Ginger Know All's" letters of frustration he men

tioned the Exchange employes getting retirement without a union.
Here again the contagion of everybody else getting retirement
caused the Exchange officers to give retirement, without a union.
But little did "Ginger Know All" realize when he wrote his letter
that right now the Exchange Is putting all the cashier jobs in the
hands of US citizens. One of my neighbors has just been relieved
of her cashier job. This "free" retirement may end up costing the
Exchange employes more than $2 a month for union dues.
As fai as Malcolm forming his own onion is concerned, that
woulJ be a swell idea. For the first time we would be able to make
comparisons of an effective union with effective leaders against a
union which has started to promise the moon which even the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Government or the Canal Zone Government could ever
finance with all the millions and millions at their disposal. I hope

Governor Potter will go along with Malcolm s idea and recognize
the "Union de Trabajadores de la Zona del Canal
From Malcolm's line of argument one would conclude that he
would not buy a car to do the union's work. Maybe then, he would
not charge the union for transportation and other expenses. He
would not hire organizers, office clerks and certainly would not
spend the union's money by renting offices space. That would be too
ridiculous. He surely would not waste money on an audit poor
auditors, snd this is the field I have chosen. In short. Malcolm
would not do anything with the people's money, and would certainly
not make mistakes. It might be wise for him to realize, through,
that "he who does not mate a mistake or mistakes does not make
anything."
I wender if Malcolm is aware of the labor movement's high
Standard of ethical code, now going into effect al over the place.
He better make sure he passes the test before he starts branding
other..
If Malcolm does not resort to a strike, h would have no other

way to surpass or even equal the achievements of Local 900, even
though he may have Garrido, Cragwell, West and the Canal Zone
Civic Council on his side.
One last thing. Castillo. "100 Percent Unionist" and I will get
U.S. rates of pay not because we are in Local 900 or Local 907

alone, but because of our sacrifice to get an education while most
Loral Raters were playing dominoes in Colon, Panama City and
under the houses in La Boca, Paraiso, Gamboa and Rainbow City.
So Malcolm should not be jealous at us. We had a choice like every everybody
body everybody elsa. We chose differently and more wisely, that's all.
Another too Percent Unionist.

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WASHINGTON (NEA) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, if he ever meet.
Khrushchev at the Summit, could
throw the record book of Commu Communist
nist Communist indirect aggression at Nikita.
The idea would be to expose lui
ly Russia's long list of moves in
a great chess game of power po politics.
litics. politics. Its objective is to take over
the entire Middle Eav by convert
ing its countries first into neu neural
ral neural nations then into a bloc of
Communist satellite..
There m no longer any doubt
about Russian ambition and goal.
American and British intelligence
files are filled with evidence of
Russia's penetration into the Mid Middle
dle Middle East.
This has been done by diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic pressure, military aid, econo
mic war are, and Communist par party
ty party subversion. Each of these ac activities
tivities activities will be dealt with briefly
in later articles in this series.
In straight, ruthless power po politics,
litics, politics, the record goes back to the
Stalin-Hitler pact of 1939. That
wa. when the two dictators tried
to divide their future spheres of
influence.
For Russia, Foreign Minister V.
M. Molotov demanded military
bases in Turkey from the Buck
Sea to the Medierranean and con
trol over an Iranian corridor to
the Persian Gulf.
By a 1926 treaty with the old
Shah of Persia, Russia had the
rieht to move into Iran if that
country was invaded by a tmra
power. So when Hitler double double-crdssed
crdssed double-crdssed Stalin and declared war
on Russia in 1941, the Russians oc occupied
cupied occupied northern Iran.
They did this with the approval
of the British, who moved into
Southern Iran at the same time.
Their deal was that both sides
would evacuate within six months
a'ter the war's end.
But the Russians didn't get out.
They held on to Azerbaijan and
tried to convert it into a Commu
nist satellite. It took strong ores
sure by the U.S. and the U.K. in
the United Nations to get them
out six months late.
In Turkey. Molotov demanded
two Turkish provinces, Kars and
Ardahan, on the Armenian bord border.
er. border. Turkev reiected these demands
in January, 1946. She was backed
by the United States.
President Truman's Doctrine of
1947 resulted in a $2?uK,0W un unquestionably
questionably unquestionably saved those two coun countries.
tries. countries. And for a time it stopped
Russian expansion into me ""oa.,
mIl'h t ; .. (,.(.
While Russia was concentrtm
. ..

nn th. Communist take over iuMuo-

f'U; mnA 4Vi4k Ifrtroan anrl
.... ...w
the Middlr BtH.:iiT(aW(e. i
But in 1953 Russia made a bar barter
ter barter deal with Pakistan. In I9M
there was a new economic agree agreement
ment agreement with Iran. Two years later
Russia tried to "normalize" rela relations
tions relations with Turkey.
These deals were unsuccessful
efforts to keep those countries out
of the iaehdad Pact alliance r'f
Moslem countries on
south-western borders.
Russia's
Formation of this mutual def defense
ense defense alliance, supported by the
U.S. and the U.K., revived Rus Russian
sian Russian interest in the Middle East.
And in 1955 the Russians seized the
opportunity to move into this tnea tnea-ter
ter tnea-ter of operations with every re resource
source resource she had.
In 1954 Moscow had been so un
concerned about the Naguib N is
ser overthrow of King Farouk's
government in Egypt that the rev
olution was dismissed as a reac
tionary" movement. That is, it
wasn't Communistic enough to suit
the Russians.
The next year, however, Russia
became a Middle East power. The
way for it was paved by a trip
which Russian Foreign Minister
Dmitri Shepilov made through Sy Syria,
ria, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt.
In Cairo, Shepilov made the deal
by which President Nasser ob
tained arms from Czechoslovak,
announced in September. 1955.
That was the beginning of the
new Soviet conquest of the Middle
East. It is now revealed that nvn
imum aim of this drive is neutral neutralization
ization neutralization of the entire, area, under
Arab nationalism.
The next step is to drive out all
western influence.
But the supreme fioal of the Sov
iet is seen to be the picking off of
one small, weak country after an another
other another and their incorporation be
hind the Iron Curtain as Commu
nist satellites.
INDIANS CLAIM LAND
BAY MTNETTE, Ala. (UP.) (UP.)-The
The (UP.)-The Creek Indians announced to-
dav they plan to continue tner
fight to regain 26million acres
thev claim the federal govern
ment took from them and turned
over to white settlers.
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If you are under age 45 and
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I mALRAPY j B f

NEW
I FLIP MY LID (But oh' you
kid.) Barbara Nichols, the bosomy
blonde, is flirting with a tennis
racket across the noggin watch
out.. .Which reminds me that Tom
(ex Mr. Panties Moran) CorbaJBy
is switching from 30-love to' golf,
with Maurine Duffy. Asked v. the
Gatsby pianist to play "Tee for
Two." ... Academy Award win winner
ner winner Red Buttons remarked that
some of the other winners came
a long way such as Alex Guinness
from England ami Myoshi Ume-
ki from Jm.-mmm
farthest," .aid Red. I cartrwom
oblivion." ... After thought: I still
vuuvivili ... niici
Sayonara's" Miiko Taka
rated an Oscar for her sensational
, , .itu.. ..
vrAriRnf. 1 t 1 J r ftntM Attli
wokbj
audiences all over
the way, why no pictures now?
I hope Hollywood is smart enough
to star her in another ... I don't
believe it either, but George (enlarged-heart
throb) De Witt's press
agents say that British glamor doll
Lady Jane Vane Tempest will
come to New York to laugh at his
jokes. If so, must be love.
I Like to Break Things: Gazet
tes noted that Joey "Bananas'
Bonnano, of Brooklyn's underworld
blue book, is evading service to
appear at the hearings of the
State Crime Commission. So if
chairman Myles L;.ne hasn't found
him yet, I suggest he send out to
lrimdad, Colo., where (it was tes
tffied to under oath before a Con
Jgressional committee some years
ago) ne controlled Colorado Cheese
Co., which through travelers on
the Santa Fe can see out of the
window as the train whizzes by...
Or if he isn't there, investigators
may find him in Tucson. Ariz..
where at least until recently, he
lived in a handsome house at 3814
E. Fourth St., phone 54986 ... In Incidentally,
cidentally, Incidentally, Trinidad, Colo., is im immensely
mensely immensely important in the world
wide Mafia setup. Once a coal
mining town a little Herrin, III.
it has been completely dominated
by hoods since the troubled days
of the 1890 strikes when thugs were
imported as .luggers by both sides.
It's How the Ballon Bursts: La Latin
tin Latin Quarter's long-stem Dezie Ro Rome
me Rome got herself disqualified in the
Concord Hotel's bathing beauty
contest because the judges dis
covered she was a pro. (I was a
judge.) ... What a scoop for this
Sunday. First time in the Castkills
for Los Chavales de Espafia the
waioorrs thrilling "Kids from
Spain." ... Did I remember to re
mark that the Concord's popular
and beloved Lorraine "Frenchy"
Trydelle is probably the most ef efficient
ficient efficient female hotel executive on
earth, and I will match her a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst any man exec at that. Fren
chy once was a photog for Jack
Rosen, the king of the concession concessionaires
aires concessionaires and last of the Damon Run Run-yon
yon Run-yon characters. (Rosen isn't any anywhere
where anywhere near as funny these days
since he became a dignified busi business
ness business man and started taking over
the checkrooms in many of the
leading hotels and plush cafes.)...
Myron Cohen, the great dialecti dialectician,
cian, dialectician, postcards (in English) about
the Texan who disinherited his
son. Caught him eating Baked A A-laska!
laska! A-laska! It's How the Herring Marinates:
Sherry Britton, the ace who
launched a thousand strips, and
TVs Sheldon Reynolds are closer
than a tight millionaire, at the
nightly Eddie Condon jazz sessions
... What an explosion in Rome
where Richard Thorpe, the top
Hollywood director, is sizzling be
cause William Wyler gave out an
interview that Thorpe was there
as one of his assistant, on Ben
Hur Seems Thorpe Hew out ts
a personal favor to Sol Siegel, to1

her ea'rtwtrmlngX Wiled)

the world. By

The Foot-in-the-Door Salesman

NEA Strvict, Int.

YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

ule ... Columbia's recording star,
Gloria Wood, who also earns $250, $250,-zOO
zOO $250,-zOO annually doing TV commer commercials,
cials, commercials, called off her engagement
to Eddie Garret who also does TV
commercials. (They couldn't sell
each other.,) ... There's an Ameri
can bar at the Hotel Peking in
Moscow ... Judy Lynn, the talent
ed singer, says the only sure way
to become a star overnight is to
go up in an "Explorer."
I'm Just a Square from Square-
ville: Jane Froman, who's been

through so much since the Lisbon D"n nd TV producer
crash, seeming very happy in.;Wbur Stark a very hot West
deed with Dudlev Field Matone Coast item ... Zany Ritz Bros.

Jr. at Ed Wynne's Harwyn where

everyone is always happy except lBev ve oougnt up nair of Las Ve Ve-GiDsv
GiDsv Ve-GiDsv Markoff. who was iniured Fremont St. .What's this In

in the same crash and is now!1
sporting another injured arm af after
ter after a backstage accident in Bridge Bridgeport
port Bridgeport whtfe she was breaking in
her sensational new act. ..I asked
what became of Franklin D Rose,
yelt Jr., and the answer is, he's
selling Fiat cars in Washington.
Gave a cocktail party there to in introduce
troduce introduce his new business and the
entire capital, including Republic

ans, showed up and went swim- seei corners ano nignways are
ming in his palatial ,pool. (Must;free to a!1 users. (Operator, get

be a big one at that.) ... I jujt
can't keep up with Marty Kimmet,
who used to be wed to Gloria De
Haven. His dates this week in included
cluded included Joan Tuby, the model, and
Gloria Van Dweel, the show doll doll-Are
Are doll-Are Chickee James' backers run running
ning running into license trouble for her
new bar and is my favorite blonde
going into the Latin Quarter in instead
stead instead of being a night club impre
sario on her own?...Henny Young-
man, the comic, got a shock when
they read his uncle's will. Jt said:
And to my nephew Henny Young Young-man
man Young-man whom I promised to remem
berHi, there, Henny!"
This I Can Do Blindfolded:
George Jessel making the rounds
with a tall blonde teenager whom
he refuses to introduce, the mean
old thing ... This I can hardly wait
for: The return to New York of
the great Glenn Miller ork, at the
Waldorf, under the baton of Ray
McKinley ... Sneak previewers of
"Separate Tables," say it's the
biggest thing since people began
eating on em .a Los Angeles ego

where your DOLLAR GOES FURTHER...
W COLOMBIA perhaps Hie purely Spanish ef all Satuth America eountrit.
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M world and the new ire reflected in the architecture, cuitomi, and culture'. Though Spanish it the WU
m native language, Engliah speaking travelers have no difficulty in making themselves understood. 1
Marvelous native dishes and the finest international cuisine. Recreation to please everyone! And MtJ
don't mitt the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquiro, unique in the world; eld pre-Bolivar colonial buildings;
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took an awful licking when it was
announced that Charles Boyer and
Claudette Colbert would rehearse
their play, "Marriage-Go-Round,"
there, but will try-out in San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco instead, and come direct to
Bway without letting Angelenos
see it... Theatrical hairstylist, Lar Larry
ry Larry Mathews, will star his lovely
wife Norma in a beauty hint TV
show called, "Come and Set With
Me."

The Mortimer the Merrier:
lmakin s0 much at the Flamingo,
fmjH? When Bob's
Wflf ar"taK j.
cowing Gary was on his W1S
er, she left the -party before he
got there ... Ts Joan Collins trying
to be another Jimmy Dean? if
not, she hetter stop trying to out out-race
race out-race the professionals .. There are
no pay telephonesOB the happy is island
land island of Aruba in the Netherlands
Antilles and all public phones on
me Aruba. Collect.)
Wisdom of a White Way Wolf:
Never make a date in advance advance-Something
Something advance-Something better may turn up at
the last minute.
RUSSIANS CHEER ROBESON
MOSCOW (UPI) American
singer Paul Robeson received
bi n"a'idn from the audience at
rpBlsuruaq ui jjsouod topaamX
um, Radio Moscow reported The
broadcast ouoted Robeson as hav having
ing having told the Russians, "You have
been inspiring me with strength,"
ELVIS' LEAVE EXTENDED
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI) The
Army has granted a five-day ex.
tension of singer Elvis Preslv d
emergency leave. After attending
funeral services for his mother,
who died last week, Elvis was
confined to bH w( a virus infec.
tion and slight fever.

MIDIILIN famous for it's orchids, h one the fsraaa sport of Colombia with a balmy climate
year-round. v
Panamanians sad U. S. Citiaent need only Tourist Cards (good for 90 day.) passport not

Merry
Washinaton John Foster Duht
has goi aimsthv into a u.a uiu.
with tne Brtaah,"nruucuev,
PresioeoLttitMu jobaao. ot Lcbv
non regarding the withdrawn, e
U.a. troops uorn Loanon. It lu
can get out without sci'uiu
damage to iuinseu an the Unite..
Mates ue will be better than u
Houdini getting out of a. s.rait
jacket.
..Bind No. 1- It Wasn't publish
ed when Dulles Went to Lonoon;
but be secretly promised Prime
Minister Macmillau that the Unit
ed State, would not wiuir tw
rom Lebanon uatu Uritish troop. troop.-had
had troop.-had been withdrawn from Jorcv
or until Britain agreea to Amen.
can troop withdrawal. .,
Bind no. 2 wThree.days after re.
turning from London Dulles niaut
a public statement promising Pre
sident Elect Shehab of Lebair
mat American troops would leave
Lebanon when "it is the desire u
the duly constituted government."
This means that Shehab might ot
sire one thing while the Britisn
uesiie uuuwr.
Bind no. 3 Dulles would Jo t,'
work out a plan for the exir m
American troops before Khjfttta
chev uses tne landing m Lenanrm,
at a further propaganda whip
But he can't violate his pledge to
England. aTS8BBS9Hfc
What happened m Lond
that Macmulan re
that Britain had sei
to Jordan at the ur
TTG A
And, having read reports In
the American press about Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's change o minjl
and his desire to get troop, out u
Lebanon, the British Prime
ter asked for a definite CQ
ment from Dulles that
troops would not be left out wt a
lib in Jordan. Dulles gave it.
WALLS OF JORDAN,
Inside the turbulent jdjgert king kingdom
dom kingdom of Jordan is theBy of ,i
richo whose fm caSne tumbling
down after Kven blasts from ihe
trumpets of the Pro-Vt Joshua.
There are no walls abound
cho today. It is a little cluster
of palm trees and mud brick
houses located WSre the frr
waters of the River Jordan flow
into the briny?waters of
Dead Sea, which are so sa'ty
that fish can't live.
But the walls of the entire
state of Jordan are almost ?er
taiti to come tumbling down w'th
seven blasts from Colonel Nasre
propaganda machine if British
Brttiah Wns are not nonular
in Jordan. Jhey are so unpopt
that they have instructions not
to go into downtown Amman ox
cept in grmms of two thre 'ny
fear they will be attacked.
bo almost ';every day ye
Kin? Hussein begs tie United
States to send American tno', 'o
augment or reolsce the British.
For President Eisenhower
send U.S. trnoos 'n'o Jordan would
only give Khrushchev a big"v
oti to belabor us with at the
U.N. Assembly and elsewhere.
Howovr, to leve Jordan un.
nrofected bv any Allied troops rr.
tain'v would orecioitate war war-might
might war-might eve" r,usf a world war.
HOLY PLJCE
THis 1 because Jordan is
horVenodcre meceot dpsrt arttfi
cixlly lumped together by the Pr'
t'sh. copir"! .TnruHem, vrith
the Holv Semi'chre where Cnc'
was httried. ai'' piithpni where
Thiret was born. They are saf1"'
to Christins thrnhont the
world whilo thp Watlinp Wa" I
.terusfte"! s sscreo to
Jews,
throuen-Hifte was sent to cap-
hir when David covet"d his v:
Bath.cheva ?r"1 ir9ntofi to mnke
oertin that her husband was kil
le' in battle.
Th prmies of the Israelites nv'
tiie whiiitjtiec jra ("Jr;ek and
tte Romans, the Turks and now
the British, have tnvht over
th Hserts for centuries.
And th minne HHtish troops
null out. Nasser, with a coi",,
blasts on hid nroo,"ndji maehlne.
"Wild brino Hown, the wl'i of
Jordan, an"! tWi wonH h war
ain. Iran would he certain to
nove 'rom the north"?. ,'i'rti
fmm th north, and Eghypt from
the south.

minded Duties:

M nil

THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1951
. i

Washington

Go -Round

t oaiw riAiio.

But Israel, with the most de.
.crmmeu, army o au, would move
am more speeu anu eaecuve.n:.-s
.o take ovv. oiu City of Je Jerusalem
rusalem Jerusalem and the west Dan oi
Joraau.
A new conflict between the A A-rau
rau A-rau Man's anu Israel could bring
Hussian miervauon and major
war.
Gnat's why John Foster Dutlc.v
has got nihise ,a lien a Dind N
If he pulls American troops out
of Joruau, whic.j woui mane tne
borders of Jordan come turn hi
ing down. Yet, SiUnuiti teously,
Dulles has given a firm promi.-e
to Presiaeni.eiect SueiiaB to get
out of Lebanon when desired. ,.
MONEY AND WIVES
The House Rules Committee is
sometimes called the "graveyard
of legislation
There, bill after bill is killed by
Congressman Howard Smith, the
Republicarat lrom across the Po-
: tomac in Virginia, who as cha t
man of the "Graveyard Commit Committee''
tee'' Committee'' is one of the most potent
men on Capitol Hill.
. Smith complained to congress
men at a recent; closed.djQor ses.
sion that school construction pu public
blic public works ferira I air- hof di. tres tressed
sed tressed area.; and the "community t
cilities" program to provide jobs
for cities hard hit by the reces recession
sion recession were increasing the 'national
debt.
.''Jus? a minuie," broke in Rep.
Kay Maaaen ot xnoiona, also a
Democrat, "let!s get r'own to ear"'.
The chairman is talking, about
gnosis ano Dugapoos. me niu.s.ue
zypiuia seioom cost yie tax-
WJfflfa, money- Because mpy
y ever nass. In most csM
they are killed on the poor
by presidential veto, i' 'they
don't die right here in this ctm
mittee.
"The 'community facilities' bill
woi't raise the national deb',
was killed the other day on the
floor of the House, I am sorry
to say.
It also grieves me that we do
not have a school construction
program. The President killed
that by withdrawing his support
last year.
And we don't have an adeouat
public works program, including
flood control, because Il?e kiheJ
that too by a veto last year;
"The real reason for our debt
limit troubles," continued Madden,
"was he fact tht former Trea Trea-sury
sury Trea-sury Secretary George Humphrey
raised the interest rate back
i w5i5,h siph,oned t to ten
billion dollars of spending mon
out of thr pockets of the Ameri
can people."
Smith listened to Madden's lec lec-tureithout.
tureithout. lec-tureithout. comment, but Wni
W WSL Jr thc committee in j
cmiclfiicthe Hoosier conclude-
"When I hepr comnlaints about 1
the common people getting more
than their share, I am remin't
of a nonsupport case that came
before me while I was a judje in
Lndiana. The husband defendant
said that his wife was yelling 'mo 'money,
ney, 'money, money, money' from morning
till night. When I asked hi how
much he had given her, he re.
till night. When I asked him how
thing."
Oilman Getty's
Youna Son Dies
NEW YORK (UPI) Timothy
ChriatoDher- Ware Gettv. 12-vear-
old youngest ton of one of the
world's richest men, died at Uni University
versity University Hospital here yesterday
after undergoing plastic surgery,
it was disclosed 'oday.
The youngster, son of interna international
tional international oil operator J. Paul Getty
and his fifth wi e, Mrs. Louise
Theodora Lynch Getty, had under undergone
gone undergone surgery last Oc ober for the
removal of a brain tumor. Hos Hospital
pital Hospital authorities said the opera operation
tion operation was successful. The boy re reentered
entered reentered the hospital last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for plastic surgery to remove
the scars of the previous opera operation.
tion. operation. His unexpected death was
attributed tentatively to a heart
condition.

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Ma J. Vaughan Gels

Permission To Wear
Medal From Peron
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Without debste gave it per permission
mission permission today for Maj. Gen
Harry H. Vaughan, military aide
to former President Truman, to
wear a medal from former Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine dictator Juan Peron.
The award list, which included
526 other retired government per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, had been held up by Con Congress
gress Congress since 1M9 because it in included
cluded included Vaughan's name.
The bill now goes back to die
Senate for acceptance of "House
amendments.
The fuss over Vaughan's medal
started in 1949 when newspaper
columnist Drew Pearson suggested
Vaughan should be fired for ac accepting
cepting accepting the Order of General San
Martin from Peron. Truman- re-

! US Business Pick

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Knvprnnwml rAnertfirf tnriav thai

the April-May-June business pick pickup
up pickup was slightly greatet han fed federal
eral federal economic experts thought at
first

The steady rise in spending and

income since the slump touched

bottom last spring increased of official
ficial official concern mat inflation is be becoming
coming becoming a bigger economic threat
than recession. r

ed Up More Than Usual In 2nd Quarter

torted that "no "s-o-b" would tell
him how to run his office.
This fannpri a rnntrnvprsv which

was enough to block consideration

of all medals Dy me House De De-cause
cause De-cause Vaughan's name was on

thetfst.

Th Constitution requires Con Congress
gress Congress to give its consent before
a onvprnmpnt official mav accent

any "present, emolument, office
or title" from- a foreign state.

The Commerce Department, in
a. new report for the second three
months of 1958, said:
Total spending on goods and
services Was at an annual rate of
429 billion dollars, a rise of one
billion over the previous prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary estimate.
Personal income increased by
$2,500 ooo.ooo from April through
June, rising to an all time peak
in July.

The spending figure knowai

as the gross national product-

exceeded the $425,800,000,000 ratel

o' January through March. How However,
ever, However, it was well below the all all-time
time all-time high rate of 446 billion dollars
in the third quarter of 1957, just
before the recession.
Personal consumption rose in
the second quarter of this year.
Factory purchases also increased
as merchants used more new
goods and less stock on hand
Spending at all levels of gov

ernment climbed $1,500,000,000
from the first quarter to an annual
rate of 91 billion dollars four
billion higher than in the third
quarter of 1951.
Net foreign trade receipts re remained
mained remained unchanged, the report
said.
The slowdown in the rate of in inventory
ventory inventory liquidation was considered
the main factor in pushing the
gross national product figure to a

gher level than bad indicate,
in a previous report prepared

by the President's Council ol
Economic Advisers.
The council's report was pre prepared
pared prepared before the new inventory
data was obtained.
Today's report said inventory
liquidation ran at an annual rate
of about eight billion dollars dur during
ing during the second three-month period.
Reductions were heaviest in dur durable
able durable goods. But June 30 stocks
were down 5 per cent from their
September, 1957, peak.

! By June, the report said, sellers
were relying less on stocks on han
and more on new deliveries from
factories.
j Meantime, consumer spending

rose from an annual rate of $286,
200,000,000 in the January-March
period to $288,300,000,000 in the sec.
ond quarter.
The report said the advance in
personal iscome cancelled more
than half of the decline registered
from October through March. By
July, it noted, personal income had
climbed to an all-time peak.
Total consumption spending rose
because heavier outlays foi serv services
ices services and soft goods more than off offset
set offset a moderate dip in spending
for automobiles and household
durables, the report said.
Spending on business-investment
showed lit'le change in the second
quarter a ter having fallen rapidly
from last July, record levels, the
department reported.

Holms End Confab,
Rap Hitchhiking
By Young Ladies

CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)-The
hoboes Of America have headed
back for the open road, satisfied
at having done their bit to smooth
the path for the average Ameri American.
can. American. About 204 hoboes were packed
inlo the 24-dollar-a month apart apartment
ment apartment of their 75-year old king,
.le f Davis, last night for a
final round of resolutions to wind
up their week-long 50th conven convention.
tion. convention. A rap at hitchhiking girls and
a plug for the return of the nickel
beer were among final measures.
Davis said his boys adopted a
resolu'ion calling for a five-cent
leer even if it has to come in a
small .glass.
Another measure called for low-

Sunday School Hour
Under Discussion
At 4-Day Parley
LAFAYTEE, Ind."' tUPI)" The
IlnitpH Thiirch nf thrill tula,

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nr.r. I J I

vpcucus a jtuur uaj coiuerence
for 5,000 Christian education lead leaders
ers leaders on how to transform Sunday
school from a "wasted hour" in-

FLIES TO SWITZERLAND
BERN, Switzerland (UP!) -Ad-lai
E. Stevenson a r r i v eTre
yesterday from' Prague for a f;u.
day "'strictly p r i v a t e" visi lo
Switzerland. He told newsmen ho
had no plans to meet with, apju
Swiss officials."

er taxes on beer.
Arid for the younger genera generation,
tion, generation, a cut in taxes On soda pop
with the price dropped to a nick nickel.
el. nickel. The group frowned on girls
hitchhiking and suggested "no girl
or teen-age rpinor.be sold a ticket
on a train, bus, boat or plane
without written consent of par parent."
ent." parent." .andleader Ted is' Evervhwv
Happy) Lewis, a 35-year member
of the group, was presented a gold
pin. then the boes adjourned un'il
next year's meeting in Buffalo,
N.Y.

to a productive period. c as
One hundred daily study groan

were scheduled to form the he

of the conference programs. Lead-
ers said the purpose was to faw
new methods and dust off old"

jones in a concerted effort to turn
'what cynics have termed ,DtfL
most wasted hour in the w?e
into a fruitful period of religious
instruction." ,,,
...... ...

most oi me delegates are Sun Sunday
day Sunday school teachers from the "pew
denomination which wtfs formed
last year in a merger of the'Conv
gregational Christian and Egeja Egeja-gelical
gelical Egeja-gelical and Reformed Church!
In addition to the study groups,
general sessions will be held. One
of the spakers will be Sen. Hu Hubert
bert Hubert Humphrey (D Minn), a
layman in the denomination.

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THURSDAT, AUGUST 21, 1951

I I Answer to Previous Puzzls mm m fSffjt sPTSlO I
SodatmJ QUb. &,m SPlHII RSI

,aM e mnwU, Wwriafts, Bi'th, Partiti

AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON
HOSTS AT DINNER THIS EVENING
The Ambassador of the United States and Mrs. Julian
.ntprtain at an informal dinner to-

Wrtt it the Embassy residence in honor of the Ambassador
om Brazil and Mrs A. Boulitreau Fragoso who will be leav leaving
ing leaving Panama in the near future.
Fsrt Clayton NCO Wivei' The Club s next function will be
Club Hold Monthly Social its business mee.ing on Tuesday
On Tuesday evening, the Fort evening. September 2. at 7:30 p.m.
Clayton NCO' Wives' Club held its' All NCO Wives who reside at Fort
regular monthly social in the ball-1 Amador and all newcomers to Ft.
room of the NCO Open Mess. Mrs., Clayton are especially invited to
Alice Graver was. in charge of ar- attend.
ijangements lor the evening's en-
tertainment, ana Mrs. Mary Ryan Mr. Beckley Arrives
Mrs Rowena Scott, Mrs. Juanita Today for Visit
Chambers and Mrs. Esther Moore1 Sam Beckley. son ol Mrs. Ann
were hostesses for the occasion. Beckley of Balboa arrived txlay
Mr Harrv Boland of the Diablo by plane for a brief visit with his
Camera Club delighted all thirty- mother He will return Aug. M
seven .vomen present with his col- to his studies at CobleskiU Tech Tech-ored
ored Tech-ored slides of the Canai Zone and nical Agricultural Institute in New
Panama Oiy and o, the San Bias York,
islands and the Darien country.
Mrs Jackson, molher of Mrs. Cmdr. Hollingsworth
t ii'i-.nrf anrl u new resident at i Wins Spesch Award

nwt PiiviMi, war. welcomed by i
rluh members. The three Joor-
prizes vvtv won by Airs. .iai di diet
et diet Boiand. Mrs- Ruth Hall, and
Mrs. Pat Jadick
Insurance Service
Corporation Moves
To New Offices
sprvir.p. Corp. has
mived their offices from Tivoli
a .raviiin m the Panama bavins
Qonlr
ir-na rip i u iu'
ine on "I" Street off
..,, in frnnt, ot
IVU.I"
Central ;
Motta's,
ae. cording to announcement
made bv Roberto Eisenmann.
president of the company
Their new Quarters take up an
entire floor.
Raul Gasteazoro, is manager
of the life Insurance, hospital hospitalization,
ization, hospitalization, accident, and sickness
departments, while Robert w.
Shell is manager of the fire
and casualty and auto insur insurance
ance insurance deoartments.
The firm represents U.S. tfe
Insurance Co.. Continental Ca Ca-sualtv
sualtv Ca-sualtv and American Suretv.tn
pdit'on to 3ctinr as r)rok"' for
?il other foreign and 'o"1 fn fn-f
f fn-f ura nee companies established
n Panama.
AVC1IUC, i.

The Renault "Dauphine"
"Economy Styling Performance"
Dependable 4-D Sedan will be on Dis Display
play Display next SATURDAY Aug. 23.
at
FRANCE MOTORS, INC.
26th St. at Cubs Ave.
"Best Service facilities in Panama"

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all outdoors
as
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know how quickly and mmly you can
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roll out! In Flako, all the ingredient
lor a perfect paatry crust have been
blended for you. This mean you nave
time and you turn out the tsndar,
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Cmdr. A. F. Hollinu--.fi ortli
A. F. Hollinufini-Ui. 15th
Naval District operations officer,
won ihe aware, for ill: mo.sl out out-standing
standing out-standing spcakpr at ihe Isthmian
Tnastma.'.leni Club meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday niaht.
il..- t.,r.,.i, fv,- it c v
Looks ai the' Russian Navy'.': was i
. revealing iiislghi into the
live strength of bUi navies
their potentialities
lea.
,,i
The talk was the commander's
second assigned speech before the
Isthmian Toastmasters, w h l c h
meets twice a
month;
Farewell Tee for. Miss Guardia
The alumhl Maria Inmacula
da School will give a farewell lei
for Miss Irene Guardia. who will
be leaving soon for the United
Slates, Friday afternoon at 4 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. The tea will, tig given in
Mrs. Maria ,Teresae;(lman'j
residence in Golf Heights.
IAWC Cultural Commit ee
To Sponsor Tour Tuesday
The Cultural Committee of the
Inter American Wnroen'.s Club will
sponsor a tour of the. many newly
constructed schools in the" Pitilla
section of Panama Ci'y, on Tues
day, August 26 Member and 'he5'1
guests should meet at the Tivoli
Guest House at fl:00 a m Reser Reservations
vations Reservations and further information
can be obtained, from the Club's
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until nojn week days. The phone
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iCONTINUt
r'A&t FIVE)
Cem And Mineral
Society Hears
Sommerfreund
Henry Sommer.reund save ;
tarlk at the ueni aim Mineral so.
ciety in Balboa recently. Sommer Sommerfreund
freund Sommerfreund has recently returned trum
a trip to Europe where he mau
many purcnases lor a jewelry jewelry-store
store jewelry-store li. i'anama City.
Several ot me gems received
lately were shown and describe.,
in great uetail. Among them were
smoked topaz, garnct.colored u
trine, Mexican lire opal. aqua,
marine irom Brazil, multicolor.;!
turmaline, murgamle and a pair
of matcned topaz stones suitab".
lor earrings, all of which were
laceted.
While in Italy. Sommer.reund
was shown some jewelry witn l
laborate settings, many with dia diamonds
monds diamonds which surrounded a cenic cenic-stone
stone cenic-stone which was called by a ve very
ry very fancy name, but which wa
, reallv :asper, a
variety ot stone.
whie.i is verv plentiful on
Isthmus, in fact it is so plentiful
mat many rocKnounus inoie
completely Idar Oberstein in
Cermany got its start by cutun
a "ales, another stone with whicli
the Isthmus in abundantly sup.
plied
In Amsterdam, during (he visit
of Queen Elizabeth, the British
Royal Crest wss designed in di i
monds or. a wax background
The value of the diamonds t'sc
was said to he two million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, and made diamonds rathci
scarce in Amsterdam at that
time. Scarce, that is, for the jew.
eler who wished to buy. Mr. Soin.
merlrcuncl also conuacieu m
some
Mn diamonds lh le n Kit I
1 i v v .1
rope.
hommer round has offered to
bring some of the gems that will
be arriving very soon for Europe
to anothei of the meetings in ol older
der older to give the society members
and guests aii opportunity lo se,-
the type of work done in Europe
on a wicte varity ot stones.
Members were reminded that on
Friday, there will be election of
of icers for the coming term
I'lans were also lormuiatoti
lans were aiso lormuiaicu
annua
ft'lg.
Club

nnual dinner which is to be heldno rc,1"" Zt Z

29 at the American Legio:
at Amador. This dinner
will be a chicken or steak dinner,
so all those planning to aUend
should contact Mr. Worley at Bal
boa 4203 as soon as possible.
THREE CLIMBERS Dl t
LINTHAL Switzerland (CPU
Police announced
UnnJ... I 1 o t
three Swiss alpinists were killed
when they fell from a spot il.00'1
feet up on the Rusein Mpuniam
near here. The new deaths
brought the number of fatal acci
dents in the Swiss Alps during the
summer climbing season to 43
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8 Irish f ul
12 Shield bearing
13 Tear
14 Sea eagle
15 Retain
16 City in
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18 Perfume

7 Mineral spring
8 Jewels
9 Great Lake
20 French seaport 10 Social insects
21 Scottish 11 Try
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22 Balance lab) 20 Luxuriate in
23 Antiquated
26 Stoic
30 Fuel
31 Skating
32 Seine
33 Poem
3 I Bascbnll sticks
35 Light brown
36 S'caling
devices
38 Musical
instrument
40 Peer Gynt's
mother
tl Female
kangaroo
42 Scrutinizes
4") Commotion
49 Suspend
50 Fourth
Arabian
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S2 Domestic
slave
f3 Vulgar fellow
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55 Forest
creatui e
56 Mariner's
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57 Hastened
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22 Prohibits
23 Swimming

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The great dilemma of parents way can he learn necessary res res-is
is res-is the Question of direct discipline, trainl. Wiuioui sucli gui iance ne
One can answer it very simply: would develop nothing of what w

oarents do love tneir cnnuieu, aim
heinfr convinced of it, they
rnnvinced of it. they can
haiso exercise mscipune. me uu...
o
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is that parents have been made
afraid to use authorily and disci discipline.
pline. discipline. ....
tv, cimnU fact is that a chila
" ,.7, c Ko Mnnnt live
X in, o ast J-
neeQS OUUl ucv.ouoC --
, ii,. -t 1 ,1 nnl nam
to
hann v 11 lit uuca
feel at home in the world, now as
a child and later on as a grown grownup
up grownup The dictum that love and af affection
fection affection re the only important
emotions has been distorted to such
an exlent that parents are afraid
that any other expression on their
part indicates that they do not
love their children enough.
If eorrectlv understood, there is
1 : iiiino unH
love. Thev belong to different ley;
els of human experience. The cokj
fusion ol contrasting discipline
and love may lead to real n?
gleet o" the simplest discipline it
the bclom of which there mav he
ianOrance rationalized by the lear
of losing the child's love.
Mailt 'Parents have become so
I impressed wun ine iiepu iu uc
m 'it. ii t 1
3 WaVS OV IIC aiUI Cl-CUUIIK "'
they no longer aare 10 recognize
and to express their true feelings.
It is imporiant to remember that
parents are human beings too and
react with anger if provoked,
A child may experience inter interference
ference interference with his -impulses as some-

thing that maKes mm anxious, i Corp., a ttnanre company spe spe-something
something spe-something "bad." This type of tin- cializing in the commercial insl.il insl.il-easiness
easiness insl.il-easiness is essential for his dev-! ment business far an undisclosed

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24 Verdi opera 39 Buries
25 Winter vehicle 41 Move ftMly
2C DceD holes
42 Outbuilding
43 Container
44 Girl's name
45 Clique
46 Snare
47 Essential
being
48 Bamboolike
grass
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27 PreDosition
211 Calf meat
29 Voleano in
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31 Uncommon
34 Diminutive
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37 Peril
38 By way of"
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tha!
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It has of.cn been misstated that
if we would only prevent children
from feeling anxious or insecure
at any time, then they would be
happy farever after. If it were
possible to carry this demand into
practice, one would raise creatures
withou: any awareness of human
consideration and without the abil abil-lity
lity abil-lity to control their impulses.
It has become one of the modern
legends that interference wi.h a
child's wishes or behavior lead?
to "frus. ration." Such generalities
are meaningless.
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count 12 tricks (one spade, Hve w b s Em(r,on,, jIimm ,niir nt
hearts, two diamonds and fouriTom Leonetli tourine with ,u y m n J Summer tour of
ehibn). If I could drop the qti'- yvf" g?"' l"n" g' Hr!!&M Noel Coward Ply from
of diamonds I would have my W)sh You Were Here sends no .Tonj nt at 8:30.. runni
grand slam my saying just that to Gloria Lam- ,to union trouble in Detroit, where
"I led a club to my king and ,tsi"& ,J?S "? she's schedulef to open next week
East signaled with the nine P has it that Charlie Chaplin s lead- at the Northland Playhouse. One
snades. Now there was another )n dv ,n ,nls TV'w w'11 S?, ot the skits, "Shadowplay," invol invol-Climber
Climber invol-Climber of hope. Maybe Eas,0!1 &yd"e,y np.art tnr0' N0f I ves singing, and some union group
held all the high spas and he am- but Noelle recently told js demanding that Faye and her
queen of diamonds. There wa-1 Ne Vor -fr'ends that :he s sign- leading man record their songs
no harm in trying for a squeeze. ed t1J make flv.e ,V' fl!ms' ? for the performances which is
I ran out all my hearts and ;H would seem she d hardly have impossible, since ine music is in--en
0' diamonds. My diH, : time Jor Dad. terpola'ed with dialogue... Sugar
from dummy were a spade and Walt Disney had a Hollywood Ray Robinson Agreed to do the
a diamond. j bone specialist ly to Bend, Ore j commentary on the Floyd Patter
"Wes1 had fo make three dis-ifo examine Sal Mineo's cracked ron-Rov Hurris fieht for w rion
c-r 's and one was the fatal on-l kneecap. Thoyouna actor suf- ht p,t.,c.'. -..'

of the deuce of spades. If he had,
n"in 1H--1 iiscnii nine earn
wou'd have kept his partner out
01 the squeeze. As it was
I led the clubs East had
cH down !o one soarie i
,
to Keen the guard for his qifen
o' ''im"n'U and I wound up
with a lucky top score-."
Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
2 Pass 3 Pass
3 NT. Pass ?
You, South, hold:
What do you dd? -A
Pass. Your partner showt
no Intereat in a slam ao why
should you?
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of bidding three no no-trump
trump no-trump your partner has bid four
clubs over your three diamond
response. What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
Pancake Topping
NEW YORK-iUPI) Shrrlef!
chicken a la king or creamed
dried beef make good toppir.;.-,
for these tangy Texas pancakes.
Beat 2 eggs, add 3 tablespoon
prepared mustard, 1-2 teaspoon
salt and 1 cup of mild, and mix
well. Add liquid to 3 4 cup pancake
mix,, stir in 3 tablespoons mcltei
and bake
butler or margarine.
on hot griddle. Makes 3 thin
cakes 8 inches in diameter.
SETS JUMP RECORD
ALGIERS (UPD French pt'r.t pt'r.t-troop
troop pt'r.t-troop Capt Andernes M o s c o n i
bailed out of a French air f iree
,,!.,,, at 9fi afcfl foot vnctArdav
When he landed, ne claimed a
claimed a world record for jump-
The previous record was claimeu
by French army adjutant P. Vi,
lentin with a drop of 23,700 fcot.
Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor
V-8
b a tradamark
of tha
naaan of
CampbaU't Soups,
Ths juices of 8 different gards
fresh vegetables are blended into
thli famous drink. You'll lovs its
lively flavor, and thrive on its
vitamin-packed goodness. At
mssit
I
mssltime or between meals-V-8
gives you ths refreshment
you want, and ths nourish
ment you need.
tea ssssatklsf tsr assets wis Mass,

JOTTINGS IH PINCIi
Ava Gardner s romantic scoop

Tnnie Number One among thelricans involved in 1 Cuban bust

show biz expatriate! in IUly. She'i ness adventue are telling of an
managed to steal Anna MejWtt- experience with the. secret police
ni's current great love an ac- down there that would frighten
tor although she clashed with I an editor of Pravda and make
him when they first met. ..Jimmy a jake of all the propaganda about
Hoffa is sitting on another pare how "peaceful" it is down Hav.
one story. The union's board ofjna way.
monitors will ask him to fire all, An in eresting Unlted Nations
hoodlums holding office, and he 0f has u gir wiq.t0
knows about j.,, Chruchill, if he can get the doc-
Nick Condos, Martha Raye s ex- tm, permissioni would like t
husband and present manager, s ; mtke drimtlic fli-nt to Man.

claiming Their Serene Hignnesses
adored her
Esther Williams, .who has been
around the pool a few times is
currently making the cafe society
swim in fascinating company, her
beau being Han Jaaj, Who wear?
an Oriental turban bu. is utiW
identified as a New York met-
chant. v
T mnron Pnn 1 rri TiilAC Mnn.
"Wed the painful injury when he
uuuwu 110m a pony auring
the shoo ing of "Tonka. "..Visitors
Uh...u.S:C?tj?" Tep0 en"
... ire inie-
nUvin thT VP T'i c"rfe1BtI3r
playing the Bnckman Hotel.
Errnll Rarnbr mci r,.
, lul t" J T c u,:c
luc l"P uiaws in me music
worm. jui 24 nours alter his Fra.
itedw'thbsox xeri was
t U:T;
7 u" uT "."'s "CI peuy ieei
lasinoiiauiy snort, sne $ just
placed her entire collection
shoes with 100 new pairs.
a proposed new da fnr lli
Violinist SI. Malo
Home On Vacation;
To Play Sept. 12
An outstanding musical event'
win uc iiirM-iiii'u si ine mai'.onai
I theatre, on September 12, ;at
luring Alfredo de Saint Malo, lup
ranamanian violinist of interna
tional prestige, and Walter My"
ers, as guest conductor, with tn?
Symphony Orchestra.
Myerg was the orchestra eon
! ductor for many years. Canal Zoe.e
when he led the Orchestra du
when he lead the Orchestra tim timing
ing timing II World War vears.
During that p e t i o d, mam mam-noted
noted mam-noted musicians were enlisted in
the Army, they played with ths
orchestra in successful season.
Aflfredo de Saint Malo is doing
' V, J"" V"""'
Houston Texas and is now
soloist are well rememberd here
and he earned the admirations
and applause of music loyers.
The program .wlli:.. published
soon, as a record etfow'd'.is expect
tickets may be reserved now at
the Department of Fine Arts, te telephone
lephone telephone Panama 2-0258.
KIDNEYSmust
CLEANoutACIDS
Tour body, clssna oat sxeaaa aclda
and poisonous wastes In your blood
through millions of tiny delicate tubas
or filters in the kidneys. When nrmi
Invade these deltcata tubea
tate the bladder, making you suffer
from tha dlacomforta reaultlns from
these Infections, then you feel old,
tired, nervoua and depreaaed. Try
Cystex and set effective relief from
these ailments. Cystex combata
perms, cleans out excess acids from
kidneys and bladder and smithes Irri Irritated
tated Irritated tlaaues. Ask for Cystex from
your drug-gist today and see how.
much better and happier you will feel
again, fiat Cyetex from your drugKlat.
Soft Skin
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New York, and the ownership will
remain as is under the direc direction
tion direction of Henry Mm son... Two A me-

njs hj tQ lg tMy True LqV( m
the back of a candy wrapper
wme ,lllCnlking East (Co,,, Por.
ters rcputa'jon remains intact.)
A cou ,e of jn ed g hav,g
spre4d the Word y, Academy
1 Award winning ,ctrM Tnelma
Ritter waSaiIin&. Thelma, sunning
hcrself on Fire Island puzzle
I because she feels absolutely tip-
r
; to okay pirn for the iob ;
Loyal Hnnoarian Tn p., ,,.. .,
1 ,, ke'eiinT
lor ,he re onenTng of the Chardas
accompanied by a "mvsterv
' '"t Tonay Martin, who proved a
I hie draw n-i- -i-u
! """r""S yn w,
i pata ott with
a bouncing
check. And
big one.
A j: ...m j.
p "as
Prince s Sprays whenlyshenrelanxes
at Biarnt
Hz, will have as her Dri-

re- vate cabana a .'ormer Nazi block blocker
er blocker house that was part of the Atlan-
J Mr li i -. .

ne wan wnen Hitler's forces oe-
, .i ti,
exouc nancer who owned
a 52d
St
spot durine World War it
will be interested to know she's
the hostess at the town's new newest
est newest music spot, the Offbeat, just
opened on upper Broadway.
We women have the funniest J J-deas
deas J-deas of economy
We'll, lil) the ice boxes with lit little
tle little dabs of leftovers because wa
feel extravagant if we immediate
ly throw aWay what we know we
are going to throw away eventua1
ly.
We ll call a friend instead of a
taxi to ask for a ride for ourselves
or one of the children when tns
family car is in lor repairs.
We'll figure with glee on how
much we saved by buying a
marked.down item we had no in
tention of buying at the regular
price.
We'll spend more on gasolin
than we save when we drive a a-cross
cross a-cross to'wn to a food market that
has a few specials the neighbor
hood market doesn't offer.
We'll pick up a hat for a song
and then have to go out and buy
a dress to wear wilh it.
We'll proudly put our bridgi
winnings aside to save for some something
thing something specialwithout ever think thinking
ing thinking of taking our losings out of the
winnings.
We would rather buy in small
amounts than plunk down enough
money at once for a six months
supply of stamps or a month'!
supply of canned goods.
When we want to raise monef
for mir cluhs we never think of
asking for donations, as long as
we can bake cakes and sell them
to each other..
We hate to give away or throw
away anything that is "still good"
even though we know we are
never going to use it.
We have to move an old p:ncs
of furniture to the garage or attic
or basement to rest there for at
least a year be "ore getting rid of
it.
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1 Sociai and Otkeru

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KeTurni tv v vn ;
. Mr. Albert A. Sbor? and Kf
daughters, Charlen, Ciine dd
Sanora returned today aboar.l the
S.S. Ancon A-'ter a four month v
ca ion spent In jCanajla, Florids ;
i t i, u.r Cknru return.
anu mew xuik. mi:, .........
ed to the Isthmus in July via
plane.
Mr. Br.ndl Will Speak
At Atlantic Camera Club
r Anemic a irivr a w.ww i
u. ir. Rrenril nf Ralhna

ini. w. . o
will givf a lecture and show slides j Emblem Club No. 52 wishes !o
on the "Refacing of Contractor's thank the public for its wonderful
Hill" Monday, August 25 at the response.
Childhood Toy Comes to Life
In New Book By Dare Wright

y GAY PAUL I Y
NEW YORK (UPD -Photograp.i
er Dave Wright has turned a
childhood toy into "a living don
The rsi'.lt ii delight for tlvki
sunr!s of child reader, and a whole
prrfitaMe new tareei for a tall
willowy blonde who also used tn
model.
Dure. Wright is author and illu
tra'o? of 'The Lonely Dol'," a
hsrt seller :.nor.? )ooks fur the
ye-un -t, iA its it pulibriied
jiMjuel Holiday lor Edith and the
The heroine of both nooks i i-a
a i-a doll which Mist Wrism named
for her mother. Editi' Stevnn.i
Wrighr, its portrait aitist imf wi.
de-v rf Tx-nn I,etina?J AVricht, ono ono-drama
drama ono-drama critic on the Toronto SW
"Ecit'n" i mncn like dot's
cheris'ied hv other small Jirh
anywhere until Miss Wright turn
anywhere, until Miss Wright turn turn-lier
lier turn-lier camera on its tiny form.
tie girl face and Ions mop o'
straight honde hair. Then .'.
becomes animated and gets int.t
all sorts of scrapes.
Miss Wright believes she is tlv
first to try photographic animt
tion of inanimate objects i i-children's
children's i-children's books. She explains!
in an interview, that she got the;
doll for her seventh birthday. V
was once a favorite toy. but as
she grew up in Cleveland, Edith
ended up in aUic storage.
Dare came to New York to try
acting and said she didn't do too
badly "I had some small pan.-,
and some good understudy iolx
on Broadway, but they weren't
enough to pay the rent."
So she turned to modeling an
her face and' clothes horse figur
traced many slitk fashion masa
zines. At the same time, she Iv
gan picking .ip camera know. how
"I always could draw," she
said, "and I knew nboat light and
composition from watching moth mother.
er. mother. In a sense, photography ust,t
all the things 1 already knew."
By this time, Miss Wright war
settled in a large, one room s't
dio apartment in New York n
decided it was-time to ship some
things from home.
"I unpack"-1' one trunk and
there was Edith among all the
books," said the author. "I dd'1
ed her of", made her a wig out
qf a false chtsnon 1 had, ind
started her sitting for the came
ra."
Mrs. Wright, who is visitinj
hpr dp'i'hter. said she paid
50 for Edith "many years ago.
fantastic price at the time. Bvt
it's pretty obvious we've gotten
our mnne'v back severil times
over. We're now having her in
sur"d bv 1 1oyH of T onon
Two stuffed toy bear are E
dith'S comnnnton In the second
hood chosen "for their phot a
genie qualities." said the author
Annual 'Carnavalilo
Set For Saturday
At El Panama Pton
Hotel El Panama Hilton's tradl
tlonal Carnavalilo, or little Carni Carnival,
val, Carnival, will be held Saturday in the
patio.
The Carnavalito is held every
year during the U.S. school va vacation
cation vacation period to enable home-coming
students to enjoy the same
festivi'ies as those who were here
for the yearly Mardi Gras cele celebration.
bration. celebration. Queens, costumes, mar-ry-making,
dancing will be ree ree-nacted
nacted ree-nacted in the game fun loving
manner.
Queen Rita (Burrell) who reign reigned
ed reigned over this year's Carnival, will
preside over the dance at which
costumes are in order. She will
enter the patio with her "court"
Of princes and princesses to lead
the various costumed groups in
the tamborito and the cumbia.
Two orchestras will play music
for dancms, Clsrmce Martin's and
Lucho Azcarraga's
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will begin t 7:43 exm. in th Club
Rooms at Mt. Hope.
, it
MBf Whaler Wto Raffle
Tk fVUlnhftl Fmhlfn (lilh n
v. - -;
52 would like to announce the win
mr of its raffle for a Kodak mov
ie camera Master Sgt George R.
Whaler of Fort Clayton held tick
et number 43 which was the first
-v ...wi ..... ..w.
nrijp n( the Inttprv hplH All? 17
Miss Wright said her borther
Blaine, watching her at work re
cently, said, "Dare, I! your mo.i
els eve find out fTiey could ge'
$50 an hour, you'll have a strik
on your hands,"
Margarita
Bishop R. Heher Gooden, will
officiate at S' .Margaret's Church,
Margarita. Sunday, the Feast of
St. Bartholomew.
Bishop Gooden will spe;:k about
conference of Lambeth recently
held in London, when Bishops
rom all over the world met to together
gether together to study the situation of
Chris. ianity in the world today.
The Bishop will also make an
announcement concerning tuture
plans for St. Margaret's Church.
METHODIST CHURCH
Panama City
Missionary anniversary services
of the Methodist Church, I'jnama
City, will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday
with the Rev. Sylvanu Scarlet'
of the First Isthmian Baptist as
the special preacher.
At 3 p.m., The Yqung people
will render a missionary prcoram.
At 7:15 p.m., Rev. David Aaron
Morgan will preach.
The missionary depulation for
the Paraiso Church will oe the
Rev. Alford W. Alphonse at 7
a.m. and the Rev. Chaplain i
gan at 7 p.m. The speakers on
Tuesday evening will be ho same
as on Sunday, with the Rev. W.
Stewart added. This will be at
7:30 p.m.
Scouts of Paraiss are arranging
a special welcome for Donald
Fitzritson at ihe. airnort on Sept.
4, vheTifW! 'afresf ip.ak lb
the young people of the Isthmus.
Seabees Postpone
Reunion For Cody
Until August 30
The annual Seabee reunion
which, combined with a f irewell
party for ex-Seabee Harry F. Co Cody,
dy, Cody, was scheduled to be feld to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night has been postponed
till 6 p.m. Saturday. Aug. 39, at
the American Legion Club Ft. A A-mador.
mador. A-mador. There will be cocktails and din
ncr. Ticket at $2 apiece, will be
on sale at the door.
ARRID.
Whirl-in
Lotion Deodorant
IN THE BOTTLE WITH
THE BALL ON TOP
Stops
perspiration
stains
and odor
as no
Pth.fr
dodorar.,
cant
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in
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Never sticky I
Never drips 1
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St. MARGARET'S

lath aiM to. Mdatiee Mm
celumn ihould be tubmitled
(vs.-written lane end mailed
th. be i numbti listed eettv i io
ctal and Otherw.se." et delivered
e h.nd to the office. Notice a
eMehaa cannot ba acceotoet bv
raif akaa,
DAR Board Meeting
The Regent of the Daughters o
the American Revolution has call
ed a Board Meeting for Thursday
Aug. 28 at 4:15 p.m. at the Tivoli
Guest House.
Catholic Daughters
Catholic Daughters of America,
Court Our Lady of the Miraculous
Medal No. 874, willl meet tonight
at 7:30 at the home of the Knights
of Columbus in Margarita. This
is an important meeting and all
members are urged to attend.
Balboa Women's Club
Beard Meeting
The Balboa Women's Club will
hold its lirst board meeting of the
club's new year this Wednesday.
August 27 at 9:30 a.m. at the home
of the club's president, Mrs. He He-aron,
aron, He-aron, 741 C Enterprize- Street,
Balboa, Coffee will be served be before
fore before the meeling.
Brahms, Beethoven
Numbers To Ooen
St. Male's Concert
The Department of Fine Arts
of Panama has announced thi?
prosram for the concert to b
given by the National Orchestr.i
on Sept. 1. with violinist Ali're.
do St. Malo. as soloist.
Walter hers w'H be suest con
ductor lor the performance at th?
National ThestPi' p 8:30 p.m
The nroeram will be opened
W',v bBr-'hns Tr""'e Overture.
This will be followed by tie-
hover's Cone"' i in D Ma lor
Opus 81. the first movement.
A'tr ")p intTniicjsion, the Sui'
eln E Flat by Gustav Hoist wi'l
be pl-''p't.
The nrosram will close with
two Sint-Siens nmber. the Con
cert stuck in A. Onus 20 jtnft 'he
tntrnuction et Rondo Capricrin
so. Omis 28.
Orchestra or box seats for the
"insert will he S,1 resef"a
ions mav be made by telephofi
in? the Denrirf(ent of Fine Arts.
Panama 2 0258.
Pacific Teeners
ojf.n Fnir
The Pacific Youth Association
and Pacific Teen Huh qre pl-n
ning fair. Tentative dates for
the fair are Oct. 17 and H from
flve o'e'ock unt'l midnight at the
Teen Club in Balboa.
Any organizations interested in
donating materials, labor for priz prizes
es prizes are asked to csll Mrs. Rose
Casey at Balboa 3630.
PREMIER SERIOUSLY ILL
CAPETOWN, South A'rica
UPD Hospital officials said
today Premier J. G. Strijdom i i-'
' i-' fatigued" ind remains in serious
condition. Strijdom has been hos.
pitalized with a heart ailment.
Meals taste
better
Ull it on rice! $ how
delicious H i with aa
food, spaghetti, moat,
ggs, salads very very-thing.
thing. very-thing. Add Maggi Ketchup to
all your meals and
everybody will be delighted.

ID

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN

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Raps

On Mistaken Fund Policy

WASHINGTON (UPI)-President
Eisenhower accused the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic controlled Congress today ui
a "mistaken" big spending policy
which he said was contributing to
the inflationary spiral.
The Chief Executive told his
news conference the way to com combat
bat combat inflation was for labor and
management to hold down wages
and prices and for the federal
government to keep down its
costs.
Flatly ruling out government
controls at this time, Presi President
dent President said: "I still believe the free
economy is a better way to fix the
price levels than is government
lat. I just don't believe id that."
The President n amnhotii
! but calm tones when a reporter
said many Americans "are fed up
with rising, prices" and are "dis "disappointed
appointed "disappointed you have not exercised
more vigorous leadership to com combat
bat combat them."
i Eisenhower said that holding
1 most difficult problem he knew
down the cost' of living was "the
Of and one in which "the federal
! government has a very great re-
Vun"niiiiy.
He said he had vetoed several
bills "specifically because they
4-Year-0ld Stands
Ground; Bests Bull
That Invades Field
SLYFIELD GREEN, England
(UPD Four -yejjr-old David But Butter
ter Butter weighs only 43 pounds but he
bested a 1.200-nound Goliath who
invaded his playground in this
Surrey village.
David is blond and stpeky tor
his age. the acknowledged leader
of his "gang" of 16 youngsters.
Goliath is a bull, due any day
now for a date in a slaughter slaughterhouse.
house. slaughterhouse. Here's David's story of what
happened:
"We were on the swings next
to my, house, me and my pals.
Then a big black bull came
through the hedge and started
running around.
"He as making a funny grunting
noise. There was a stick on the
ground and I grabbed it and hit
him. The other kids ran away.
"The bull iust stood still when 1
hit him. So I hit him again. He
stamped his feet. So I hit him
again.
"Then he ran back into the
field and I went home and told
Mum it was all right for th kids
to play in the field, again.'
David's mother, Mrs. Janette
Butter, 24, backed up his story
and looked proudly at the knohny
three-fobt stick David chose as a
weapon "because I couldn't find
a bigger one.
"It's lerrifying to think of bul
I locks careening around in a play playground,"
ground," playground," Mrs. Butter said. "But
it's just like my boy. He doesn't
seem scared of anything."
David, who was rewarded with
an extra portion of ice cream,
grinned and said, "Aw, I wasn't
frightened. I like cows."
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Democrat
were just too much money." He
also said that last year when he
was "lighting for support in de defense
fense defense and other areas" Congress
chopped down funds he "believed
to be necessary.
" v we seem to be on
spending cycle, 1he President
said. "So, to get any kind of leg legislation
islation legislation you constantly must be
aware of the obvious congression congressional
al congressional intention to spend more.
"I believe this is a mistaken
policy, he declared. "I believe
we should spend today only what
we can show to be a very neces necessitous
sitous necessitous expenditure, so that the
government can. .help avoid defi deficits
cits deficits or at least too big deficits.''
Administration spokesmen have
predicted that the federal deficit
would run about 12 billion dollar
this fiscal year.
The President was in a good
mood through most of his meet meeting
ing meeting with reporters.
However, he appeared irritated
for a moment when asked whether
the nation's defenses were ade adequate.
quate. adequate. He forcefully replied: "I
not only consider them adequate:
they are the most powerful they
have ever been in our whole his history."
tory." history." The President had these com comments
ments comments on other points:
Disarmament The East West
agreement at Geneva on nuclear
test detection "gives grounds to
hope that you can go anoth'r
step" toward over all disarma disarmament
ment disarmament "and every step that you go
means you can go another one."
Indirect Agression The world
is "headed for neuch more trou trouble"
ble" trouble" if t here is further Soviet Soviet-encouraged
encouraged Soviet-encouraged indirect aggression
but this does not mean "necessar "necessarily
ily "necessarily a big war." I' the free world
keeps "firm in what we believe
to be right" he believes the Sovi Soviets
ets Soviets will "begin to learn that it is
not to their benefit to go in and
try to buy, bribe and subvert"
smaller nations.
Middle East He declined to say
when remaining U.S. forces in
Lebanon would be withdrawn.
"We would hope to come out ear early"
ly" early" but this still would depend on
whether the legal government of
Lebanon requested it or there
were U.N. plans to assure secur security
ity security in the area.
Peace Force It will require
"the growth of common sense and
a little bit greater spirit of toler tolerance
ance tolerance of nations" before there can
be a permanent U.N. peace force.

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He called for one in his speech to
the United Nations last week and
still thinks "it is a very fine
thing" and "probably will not be
done exactly at this moment."
Politics He has "no plans as of
this moment" for the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming congressional election cam campaigns
paigns campaigns but thinks "it would be un unusual
usual unusual if I didn't have something
to say." The only Republicans he
would re use flatly to support are
those who have opposed all of the
measures he considers "absolutely
vital to the welfare of this coun country"
try" country" defense reorganization, re reciprocal
ciprocal reciprocal trade and foreign aid.
Red Leader's Son
Deported At Last
for Traffic Tickets
1 NEW YORK (UPP Police
here have succeeded where
immigration authorities had failed
in achieving the deportation of
the 28 year old son of a Chi
nese Communist General.
The method: The traffic ticket.
Or, in the case o' Shim S. Long,
41 of them, all unpaid.
Long, whose father is a former
Nationalist general who switched
over to the Communists, entered
the United States in 1949, ostensi ostensibly
bly ostensibly to study at the Citadel, a mili military
tary military college in Charleston, S. C.
He stayed in New York and be began
gan began acquiring traffic tickets,
while blocking deportation by le legal
gal legal moves.
New York police finally caught
up with Long in 1954. He paid a
S650 fine for 53 unanswered sum summonses.
monses. summonses. Last June 20, he was back in
court again, pleading guilty to 41
' more tickets. He was fined $2,071
and given the choice of a 20.1 -day
jail term or deportation to Hong
Kong. He went to jail.
"ut today, after 49 days in
Jail, Long wen before Chief Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate John Murtagh and said
he preferred to return to his
homeland rather than serve out
his sentence. Murtagh agreed,
turning Long over to immigration
j authorities and suspending the re remainder
mainder remainder of his sentence.
"I'm alad to be leaving. The
'American people are wonder'ul,
; but the government stinks, Long
said.

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West Coast Club Clinches
Season Series With 12th
Triumph Over Milwaukee
By MILTON RICHM AN
NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (UPI) Okay, so the
Dodgers won't be in the World Series and if they
keep fiddlin' around they can louse it up for mil mil-waukee,
waukee, mil-waukee, too.

The Braves can't understand it.
They hold a season ecfee over ev every
ery every club in the National League
except those dratted Dodgers, who
now have beaten them 12 out ot
U times this year.
Walt Alston's crew clinched the
season's series last night with a
2-1 victory over the Braves that
liced their lead to 51, games. It
was the Dodgers' third straight
win over Milwaukee and entrench
ed them a bit more solidly in
fourth place.
The Braves staked warren
Spahn to a one-run lead in the
firci limine when Hank Aaron
juiMpri to score Eddie Mathews.
Rut tb1 Dodgers bounced
bark
with a pair in the fifth
Pionatann s homer, a
on
Joe
anc:
walk
Norm Larker's triple.
Rooki. Stan Williams held the
Braves 1 ix hits in winnm9
his ninth game while Sphn
! gave op four hits in seven in.
nine s en route to his ninth loss
Williams ran into trouble with
two out in the ninth when two
I MEN GOT ON But Johnny Klipo.
stein came in and struck out
i Dl Riee to end the game.
' Willie Jones had his best night
of the season by drving in e's.r
runs in Philadelphia 12-2 victory
over St. Louis, and San Francis
co nipped Cincinnati, 4-3. Pitts,
burgh won the opener of dow
ble-header, 4-2, while Chicago scor
ed a 5-1 win in the nightcap which
was called because of rain in the
bottom of the fifth.,,
The Yankees ended a four.game
losing streak and all talk of pos
sible panic with a 7.1 win over
the Indians; the Tigers also gain
ed a 7-1 decision over the Sena.
tors to break a nve-game iosi
streak; Baltimore beat Kansas Ci.
ty 4 3, and the (hite Sox v. on
their seventh straight by defeat,
ing the Red Sox, 10-8.
Jones did all his damage a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Cardinals with a pair
of three-run homers and a two
tun double, all of which enabled
Robin Roberts to gain his 13th
vietorv. Harry Anderson also
homered for the Phils, who comb,
ed loser Billy Muffett and three
relievers for 17 hits. Stan Musial
tied Mel Ott's National League
record for total extra bases et 2.
165 when he doubled in the first
inning.
Bill White, just back from the
army, came through with a two two-run
run two-run pinch single in" the sixth to
cive the Giants their victory and
band Brooks Lawrence his ninth
straight defeat. The Redlegs took
a. 3-0 lead on homers by Frank
Jtobinson and Johiuiy Temple but
Harvey Haddix cduldn't hold it.
Al Worthington hurled one inning
and was credited with his 10th
triumph.
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Dick Stuart's 11th homer with

one on helped the Pirates to their
opening game victory over the
Cubs as Konnie Kline posted his
12th win although he needed help
Chuck Tanner ripped off three
straight hits against loser Bob
Friend to pace the Cubs in the
abbreviated nightcap. Winner
Dick Drott allowed only two hits
one of which was Bill Mazeroski'r
16th homer.
Yogi Bern pulled the Yai
kees out of tk doldrums when
he drove in three runs with a
apir of homers off rookie Gary
Bell a the Indians. Art Dltmar
registered his ninth victory with
an eight hit effort that kept
York 10' 7 games in lront.
of the stcond-place White Sox.
Al Kline came out of a sick
bed to knock in six ruris wfth ;
pair of three run homers that
beat the Senators. Kaline, sti'i
not over a virus attack, belted
his 12th and 13th homers off Pe
dro Ramos. Frank Lary scattered
eight hits and struck out the same
number in evening his season rec.
ord at 12.12.
Bob Nieman contributed a home
run, triple and a single that ac
counted for three of the Oriole
four runs -in their victory fiver
the Athletics. Nfemati's 13th ho;n
er with one on in the third off
Walt Craddock proved to be the
winning blow as left-hander .1 pel.
Harshman allowed only five hits
in gaining his 10th triumph.
Jim Lanl's' Jwo.rui homer in
the seventh innirig brought (iv
surging White Sox from behind
and made it a happy 50th bi"i
day for manager Al Lopez. The
victory was the White sox 20; n
in their last 26 games and it was
achieved despite Ted Williairv
2lst homes with twoea vise
fifth. Landis has three of Chu:i
go's 16 hits, including a twor;;n
double. Reliever Turk Lown vv:,s
the winner and Bud Byerly thi
loser.
Daniels' Four-Hitter
Moves Columbus
Info IL 4th Place
NEW YORK, Aug. 21 (UPD
Benny Daniels spun a four.nttter
last night to give Columbus a 5
decision over Miami and mov?
the Jets into sole possession o'
fourth place in the International
League standings.
The clubs were tied Jor iMWjh
before Daniels stopped the Mar.,
lins with his 11th victory of file
season. Columbus scored twice in
Ihe second inning, added another
in the sixth and two more in th
seventh to hand Bob Conley his
llth loss.
Buffalo laced four Toronto pitco pitco-ers
ers pitco-ers for 15 hits to defeat the Mi
pie Leafs, 16-0, behind the five hit
hurling of Fred Hahn. Luke EaV
er, Ray Noble and Louis Ortiz
paced the (Bison attack with horn,
ers as Hahn picked up his sixth
triumph of the year.
Havana and Richmond split a
doubleheader. Rogelio A I v a r e ?
gave the Sugar Kings a 2-1 -ver.
diet in the opener with a two run
seventh a inning homer and Rich
mond took the nightcap. 10.5.

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KOBBE ARMY-NAVY
MIXED LEAGUE
Teams
Pinsplitters
Crabs
Hi Flyers
Hot Rods
Final Drives
Saburs
The Fours
Cucarachas

Won Lost
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36'2 19Vi
31 25
25 31
25 Jl
24 Vi 31 'A
23 33
22 34

Leading averages (Men) Smir"
159, Epley 154, Tunstill and Mas
sey 153.
Women Strode 135. Sack 133,
Bathhurst and Boyle 127.
Pinsplitters 4 Cucarachas 0
The four Pinsplitters extermin
ated the Cucarachas, for all four
points, shoving the "roaches m'ci
the cellar, and the victors march,
ed into the league lead by thai
slim margin of a half point. Lee
Strode of the Pinsplitters enjoyei
a delightful eevning, when he had
the 500 series the hard way, name
ly the scratch method. His bet'rr
half, Bea, joined him in the 502
circle with a 559 hdep set and
anchor man, Joe Da Loia wis
certainly not dragging with 530
For the last place Cucarach-
only Mai Miller made the grade
with 501.
The Crabs 3 The Four 1
Nowadays, the Crabs cannot af
ford to lose any games, so when
they dropped only one out of four
points, they dropped from first to
second place. The Crabs were on
their way to an easy four poin
conquest of the Fours, when in
the last game, they went sour
and ropped the last game. They
also had a scare for the second
game which they took by 13 sticks
and for the Total Pin marker,
which they won by 23 pins.
Leon Smith, demonstrated why
he leads Ihe league in averages,
when he knocked off a 523 scratch
series, which included a 205 sm
gle game. His helrjer Doc Holificld
came through with a 521, and this
aided a great deal in the Craiis
victory. For the Fours, they ha ha-one
one ha-one of those believejt or-not deals
when three of their members roll,
ed identical scores, all 515 hden
set. The trio consisted ot Pat and
Jack Carter, and Martie Pestano
Saburs 3 Hi Flyers 1
The Hi Flyers that were on a!
winning streak were dealt a dir
ty blow, by the Saburs, who ar"
staging a comeback. The Burtons'
of the Saburs, went to town thi:;
week when Ray smacked down 5iiS
manle lumber and wifey Ann was
in there tossing that 27 inch spher
oid to a tune of 514. Holding i-p
the quartet in the ever important
spot .was Ed Sack, of the Navv
with 521. For the Lo-Flyers R.ilp'h
Tr"1'!! had a whinner.doo of a
series, a scratch 525.
Final Drivel 4 Hot Rods 0
The Final Drives had reason
for whooping it up after the bow.
ling session because they rolled
as if they weye the champs, when
they tore info the Hot Rods for all
four points Only in the last game
of the night was it close, when the
u pin nanaicap tne f inal Driven
receiveo,, gave tnem an 8 pin win
Andy Sterl with 593, and Frank
Labram with 578 were the main
stays of the Final Drives' attack.
Labram started out as if he was
going to get a 600 series when hp
clicked off 210, but he cooled off.
Also helping the Final Drives "was
the league secretary, Louis Ma Ma-thias,
thias, Ma-thias, with 502. It was not Dee
Tho mas' fault that her Hotrods
dropped four points, because Dee
was the only with a 5C set, 512
to be exact.
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Financial Success of LA Title
Bout Ushers In New TV Era

By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Irving
B. Kahn said today the financial
success of the Floyd Patterson
Roy Harris heavyweight title fight
will usher in a new era of region,
al, as well as national, theater tel.
evision in boxing.
Kahn, president of the Tele
prompter Corp., predicted t h a ;
henceforth the managers of cham

Joanne Gunderson, Anne Quast
Rally To Win Berths Among
Final 16 In Women's Amateur

By NORMAN MILLER
DARIEN, Conn. (UPI) Joanne
Gunderson and Anne Quast, a pair
of pressure resistant youngster youngster-3,000
3,000 youngster-3,000 miles from home, each ral.
lied from the verge ol de c
Wednesday to win berths among
the final 16 survivors in the Worn,
en's National Amatuer Golf cham championship.
pionship. championship. Besides Miss Gunderson and
Miss Quast, four other members
of the 1958 U.S. Curtis Cup team
each won two matches to reach
the fifth round of the tournament
in warm, sunny weather on the
rolling, 6.467 yard Wee Burn Coun Country
try Country Club course.
Two rounds produced relatively
ew upsets, the biggest surprise
being the third.rouni defeat o
Curtis Cupper Anne Richardson.
Columbus. Ohio, by Barbara Brun.
ing McGhie, Armond, N.Y.
Miss Gunderson, the blonde. 11
year old defending amateur queen
from Seattle, Wash., got her bir
scare in the morning third round
from Mrs. 'Betty Spalding of Gree'i
wich. Conn., a 42year old mother
of five children. M.rs. SaU'in-1
never trailed until Miss Gunder
son sank a six-foot birdie putt on
the 19th hole to win, 1 up. Miss
Gundersori then had a comnan comnan-time
time comnan-time beating Judy Darling, Mont,
real, 4 and 3. in the afternoon
Miss Quast, 20 year-old Stan ord
student from Marvsville. Wish..
had a breeze in the morning al
she beat Mrs. John Pennington
Buffalo, N.Y., 5 and 4. But she
was extended to the limit in elim
inating Pat O'Sulivan, Orange.
Conn., in the fourth round. Mis
Quast raiied by 3 holes after 1?
before rallying for a 1-up triumph.
Curtis Players Win
The other Curtis Cupoers who
advanced were Polly Reilpy, Fot
Worth, Tex., Ann Casey John
stone. Mason City. Iowa: Barbara
Romack. Sacramento. Calif., and
Meriam Bailey, Palatine, 111.
Miss Riley had the easiest
Player Of The Day
ROY SIEVERS
The only Washington Senator
player in history to win the
American League home run cham championship
pionship championship has no intention of ahdi.
eating his title.
Roy Sievers made that plain
again Tuesday night when he
clouted his 34th homer of the sea season
son season as part of a perfect 4.foM
night at the plate to stay in th
thick of this year's homer derby.
He's one homer behind Mickey
Mantle of the Yankees, one ahead
of Jackie Jensen of the Red Sox.
Sievers' homer came in the first
inning and later he singled home
what proved to be the winning
rally in a 3-1 decision over the
Detroit Tigers.
On hand in the Washington
crowd that watched Sievers' show
was Vice President Richard M.
Nixon, who last January singled
out Sievers for special praise a,
the annual baseball writers' din.
ner in New York. The Senator
slugger may be on the way to an another
other another titl and even more praise.
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Alexander Knox
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THE TIGER"
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pions and contenders in various di.
visions will investigate the possi.
bilities of closed-circuit TV purses
before signing for important
matches.
He explained, "The Patterson.
Harris fight at Wrigley Field
Monday night was one that had
been generally underrated by the
public, sports writers and odds odds-makers.
makers. odds-makers. Yet. Patterson's purse
from all sources will approximate

matches of the day, beating Mrs
John S. Amory, South Hamilton,
Mass., 8 and 7, and Carol Cudoot
Bloomiield, N.J., 5 and 4; Mr..
Johnstone eliminated Mrs. Paul
Dye, Indianapolis, 4 and 3, and
Mrs. Edward McAuliffe, Newton
Ctnre, Mass., 3 and 2. Miss Ro
mack beat Mrs. R. W. Reyno'ds
Albany, Ga., 2 and 1, and Bar
bara Williams of Richmond, Calif
lso 2 and 1. Miss Bailey's victim victim-were
were victim-were Phyllis Preuss of Pompanr
Beach, Fla., 3 and 1, and 3etty
June Bobel, West Warwick, R I
3 and 1.
Amon the other leading surviy
ors wore Marlene Stewart SI'e
Fonthill, Ontario, the 1956 U.S
Women's Amateur champibn; Jos
sie Valentine, Scotland, the final
surviving British Curtis Cup plav
er, and Sandra Clifford, three three-time
time three-time Mexican women's operi
champ.
In her morning match against
Mrs. Spalding, Miss Gunderson
ell behind three times by one ho)p
before she, rallied to win. Mr-.
Spalding led 1 up after 16 when
she bunkered a shot on the '7''i
and lost the hole with a boccv
five Mrs Spalding sank a 10.: ic!
putt on the 18th, only to have Miss.
Gunderson can a nine footer that
halved the hole and sent the
match into overtime.
Scores Birdie
On the 19th, Miss Guilders.
her approached shot to withi
tect tor a birdie putt. Mrs. Spild
ing, meanwhile, landed in a trap
on her second shot, exploded past
the green, and finally sank a
seven-foot putt for a five that just
wasn't good enough.
Against 20.year.old Miss Darling
in the afternoon. Miss GiindpT-snn'
grabbed a 4-up lead at the turn
and coasted home. On the 13th
hole, Miss Gunderson holed out ,i
40-foot trap shot for an pspIp
three.
Miss Quast, 3 down after 12
holes, staged a brilliant rallv
against Miss O'Sullivan to win the
most exciting match o" the div.
She swept the next three holes
to even the score and then wo.1
out on the 18th by canning an
eight.foot birdie putt while M S :
O'Sullivan barely missed a seven
footer.
Colavilo Still Feels
He's An Outfielder
Despite Pitching
NEW YORK (UPD-Rocky CaJ..
avito, the rifle-armed right fielder
who has been used twice bv thf
Cleveland Indians as a relief
pitcher, said today, "As far as
I'm concerned, I'm still an ou'
fielder."
The New York Yankees were
ready to agree with the Tribe st ir
after Tuesday night's 8-6 Indians'
victory in which Rocky first of al;
wiped out a 6-3 Yankee lead with
a three, run homer and then kept
the Yankees from regaining the
lead when his throw from the out outfield
field outfield nailed Elston Howard at the
plate.
Joe Gordon, new manager of
the Indians, agreed with Colavito.
"I still consider Rocky an out.
fielder," Gordon said. "But I may
call on him from time to time
to pitch in relief."
Colavito has yet to yield a hit
In relief in one exhibition game
performance and in one regular
American League game.
Solons Suggest
Franchise For
Minneapolis Area
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Ten sen
a tors, headed by Hubert H
Humphrey (D.Minn.), today sue
cesled a franchise should be
granted to the Minneapolis St
Paul area if the American League
expands to 10 teams,
In a letter written by Humphrey
to Will llarridge, president of the
American League, tbe senator
pointed out "the Twin Cities have
a vast trade territory, populated by
avid sports fans and with a par.
ticular interest in baseball .
where excellent stadium facilities
are already available aid are

about to be expanded."

will get his
. Battled Handicaps
The fight was a ''cold product"
that was hard to sell because of
champion Patterson's year.long in
activity and Harris' comparative
obscurity. Roy never had fought
outside of Texas and never on tel television
evision television ot any kind. And the biok
les made challenger Roy a 6-1 un underdog.
derdog. underdog. "Because of the fight's success
in the face of innumerable handi.
cap, I'm convinced that the time
has come for Teleprompter to try
to establish a continuity of attr.ic
tions by staging four of five bi?
iights each year on a national
closed:Circuit basis and to put du
several less important bouts on
regional hookups," Kahn said.
Accordingly, Kahn said he would
begin "immediate explorations' o
possible matches involving Patter
son, light-heavyweight chammon
Archie Moore, middleweight ruler
Sugar Ray Robinson, welterweight
King Virgil Akins, and lightweight
champion Joe Brown.
Won't Promote Bouts
"Let me make it clear," hr
emphasized, "that we o' Tele Tele-prompter
prompter Tele-prompter will not be the promnr.
ers of any fights; but we will co
operate with any promoter-in
eluding the International Bovin?
Club that can make and stat
bi?-time matches. And we wi'l
help with guarantees for t n i i-champions,
champions, i-champions, at least."
Concerning regional closed-eir
cuit rights, he explained that a
bout like next month's Lbs An
geles match between welrer
weights Carmen Basilio and .r'
Apagon could, have been piped u
theaters in three" or four Fr
Western states "with good
to all concerned.".
profit
Fde Fori Kbbe
Dpsrjite a last period rallv by
the Fort Knbbe Regulars which c'
AlbrooVs lnad from 12 points tc
three, the Flyers managed to dov
the Regulars 88.85 at the Kobbe
Gymnasium Tuesday night.
Onvn igain i ws the ohenon
"ien! Fmmrtt Bryant who p-tr
the Flyer virtory. Bryant made
M ooints in the openine perin
10 in thi spennd. 10 in the third
1 in the final quarter to ke-
e Albrook sruiari TO"'ng. jn au
he tossed in Vf! field goals and
equal number, of free shots to a.
mass 45 points.
Guard Gene M'Her made a des des-oerate
oerate des-oerate attempt to pull his Cl'i'
baqki. iTjto contention in the last pe
riocl by tossing in 14 .points. Ro Ro-Baxter
Baxter Ro-Baxter save him able assistance
vith eiht last period points bu
Bryant's accuracy at the free
throw line in the warning mom
ents when Kobbe tried hard to et
the ball upheld the Albrook win.
Four men scored well, for KoMr
with Dick H'll tossing in 21, MiUcr
20, Baxter 19 and George Hamilton
17.
Lloyd Hopwood and Ed Ausli 1
gave Bryant a bit of assistance
with 13 and 11 points repectively
Score by Periods:
Albrook AFB 23 46 69- PI
Fort Kobbe 17 43 5785
Ft. Kobbe Boxing
Season Under Way
Fort Kobbe's boxing season got
underway last Friday with a pro program
gram program featuring five military bouts,
two between Panamania fighters
and a "battle royal."
The next matches will take
place in Hangar 4. at 8 p.m., Au
gust 29. Admission is free and
the general public is invited to
attend. ,
Openers on the card were the
the bantamweight Fmto brothers
of Panama, Eduardo and Lazo,
with the latter' taking a split
decision. He was a last-minute
substitute for Javier Valle.
Humberto Herman and Abelardo
AcoSta, also of Panama, were ev evenly
enly evenly matched lightweights who
put on a dramatic show. Acosta
took the decision.
Ill the first of two welterweight
actiins, Harold Moffit of AS A, Fori
Kobbe, got a unanimous decision
over Lee Little of A Company, 1st
Battle ureup 20th Infantry. Two
veterans of last season, Edgar Ma Ma-lond
lond Ma-lond of A Company and Thurman
Jefferson of Headquarters Com Company,
pany, Company, tangled in another welter welterweight
weight welterweight gi a real thriller won by
Jefferson on a split decision.
" Appearing in his first first
fight, Joe Nachtwey of Headquar
ters Company lost to Vinny Do-
nato of, B. Company, who had a
five-pound weight advantage. A
not her middl weight bout saw
Charles Adkins of B Company win
a unanimous decision over Wes Wesley
ley Wesley Jones of Headquarters Com Company.
pany. Company. (
lWtataly tmit was a heavy
reight fight which saw Clarence
of A Company go rfc
go down cn
a 'iw scored ny ,$jllye west of
neMquarsera i oinpany.
Thi "battle royal" pitted six
blidfolded San Bias Indians a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst each other. Wild swings and
fait punching marked the encoun encounter
ter encounter as the field finally was narrow narrowed
ed narrowed down to two boxers.

$811,000 and Harris
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San Francisco
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Pittsburgh
Los Anqeles
St. Louis
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Cincinnati
Today's GAMES
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Cincinnati at San Francisco
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Pittsburgh 000 200 1014 9 0
Chicago 000 001 1002 $ 0
Kline. Gross (8) Face (9) and
Hall, Moiles (9); Hillman, EKtou
(8), Henry (9) and S Tnvlor, Ne."
man f9). Long (9. WP-Kline (12"
11. LP-Hillman t3-5).
(Second Game, 5 in-!")
Pittsburgh nnn oi 1 2 n
Chicago 001 225 11 0
Frend 06 131 and Kr'vi'r:
Drott f 10) and S. Taylor. Maze Maze-roski
roski Maze-roski (16).
Cincinnati OOi MO noo3
San Francisco 000 022 OOx 4
9 2
Haddiy Lawrence (5), ,Tp"',opI
(7 and Bail"- Miller. rorthjnj
ton (6) and Thomas. WP-Wnrth
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"hiladplohia
St. Louis
404 101 O01 12 17 1
100 001 0002 10 0
Rnbertsfl.lll) and Sawtk-:-Muffet,
Chittum (). Stobb 'I
rpyn r8) and Landrith. LP-f.Iuf
fet (4 5).
Milwaukee 1
Los Angeles 2
Pounditout Jr.
Made His Old
Wins Gruelling
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.
(UPI) The "Old Man," old
Pounditout himself, would have
been proud.
You may remember Poundy
the racehorse who belonged to
the sports department of the New
York World-Telegram and Sun nd
gained his name through a contest
conducted by that newspaper 01'
Pounditout would have been onrf
of the greatest horses in turf his history
tory history except for one little failing
He couldn't run. Not even a li.
tie bit.
His back was swayed, his nerves
were frazzled, his feet were lead,
en, and eventually his ink-stainel
owners were disugusted. The best
he ever id was to finish fourth,
an d that in only one race. So they
gave him to restaurant owner
Gene Leone of New York, a man
who owned a farm, and Poundit Pounditout
out Pounditout was put out to pasture.
"People told me I was crazy
to breed him" gray-haired Leone
recalled, today. "One fellow said
I'd probably get a camel."
But instead 01' Poundy sired a
handsome young colt named
Pounditout Jr. and here was the
surprising thing young Poundy
could run!
In fact, he astonished everyone,
by winning four races as a two.
year.old. But then he came up
lame.
"He's a big horse, 17 hands, and
that gave me the idea that maybe
I could make a jumper out of
him because the soft turf would
help his feet," explained Leone
"But two of his first three starts
he got left at the post and couldn't
catch up."
Ah, but Tuesday Pounditout Tr.
redeemed the family name by
winning a mile-and-three-quarters
hurdles race at Saratoga ir
3:31 2.5, only about two seconds

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Chicago at New York (Nl
Kansas City at Washington tN)
Detroit at Baltimore (N)
Cleveland t Boston (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City jBOO 000 030-3 5 0
Baltimore 262 006 00x4 8 1
Craddock, Herbert (3), Grim
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and Tnandos. LP Craddock (0.
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Detroit 310 030 0007 10 1
Washington 001 000 001 8 1
Lary (12.12) and Wilson; Rainos
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Chicago 500:200 210 10 18 1
Boston 010 034 0008 IS 1
Wilson, Sha (5),' Lown (A).' Sta Stale?
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Byerly LP-Byerly (3 2). "i
Cleveland 000 000 1001 8 1
New York 000 102 04x 7 8 1
Bell, Ferrarese (7), Ttfartin :S)
and Nixon; Ditmar (954) and How.
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WINS EUROPEAN TITLE
SAN REMO, Italy-:-(UPI I
Sergio Caprari of Italy gained
the vacant European feather,
weight crown Moniday Bight w i
Ret"ium's Jean Sneyeps gave up
in the llth round of a scheduled
15. round bout.
Would Have
Man Proud;
Hurdle Race
off the course record. He paid)
$9.70 to win.
Pounditout Sr. passed away 'ast
year at the age of 13. He sure
would have been proud of the kid.
Hall Of lamer Waner
Fights For life
After Heart Attack
OMAHA, Neb. (UPI)-Former
Pittsburgh Pirate hitting star Paul
(Big Poison) Waner, recently re
covered from bouts with pnei
monia and tuberculosis, t. o d y
fought for his life following
heart attack.
Waner, a member of baseball's
Hall of Fame, wa stricken here
Tuesday
Doctors said bis condition was
"satisfactory!' :,:
Waner's wife arrived here Tues.
day night from Sarasota, Fh.
where they make their home, to
visit her husband at Lutkeran
Hospital'. v
The ex-Pirate great is one of
eight living 3,000 hitters, having
collected 3,152 safeties in his, Wj
year baseball career. He Iwas
known as Big Poison to th on
position because of his big 1
and his brother, Lloyd, aU
Pittsburgh outfielder, was dttl
"Little Poison."
Waner currently is a' battins
structor for the St. Louis Ci
nals. He had returned to his h
from an American Associa
game between the Card
Omaha farm club and W
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SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. V
(NEA) Bold Ruler was scrubbed,
and braided and Eddie Arcaro

wearing tne, purple ana gnu

Wheat ley Stable silks, curoneu at
to his back and walked this
sleek thoroughbred in front of ihe

stands at Saratoga so people

could see him ior the last urn

Then Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons got
ready to put him on a train lor
Bull Hancock's rambling Claiborn
Farm at Paris, Ky. Another fir.e
horse failed to last out a full ca
reer.

Calumet Farm's Tim Tarn has

ft KOBBE BOXING Joe Machwey, left of Headquarters Duke BoJd Ruier-g big opponent

, 1st Battle Group, 28th mtaniry at rori iuur, m "S early last year, was destroyed An An-his
his An-his Sunday punch at Vlnny Donato, B Company, during u0ther Calumet, Iron Liege, is not
of feeing matches held at Hangar 4, Fort Kobbe. Boxing !;heard from much because he is
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are slaleo ior every omer nnuj m a y. ., 2impv. avan, winner oi u,is

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West Feels It Was Either

t Up PCC Or Be Driven Out

usiness By Rams, Dodgers

ty JACK.. CUDDY

iNGELES (UPI) "Vol'
be all you want that the

iof the Pacmc utasi
s a black eye for coUpge

but the big powers o to

feel it was eighter oust

m driven out 01 iw

business by me

ta the Dodgers.
re where fans think

bf driving a tew nunnren

a snorts event, wining':,'
14 to 15 for a seat, and

borne accustomed to the

atmosphere of 100,000 seal

utere s nine raounmis

pemise 0" the-old Ptt.
but Ivt California schocls

Southern California. ci

and St"fo'"' anH the

by of Wasteton B?ure
fly to wind up makin"
(but monev as a result ol
iohrtfon of the conference
ly had not taken this dra
, their foothall aames a! a!-ertainly
ertainly a!-ertainly 'vduM'haVe wonnd
lecohd rate attractions to
emendously popular, pro
and the newly, -acquired
0. And aay what 4il wfii
sssful college football team
, he bill for the rest of tV
athletic program, keeps to toll
ll toll alumni happy, and gen
maintains the popularity
je' entraHment level of an
jonal institution.
birkerbtjf, recruitiori scan
TBI eheckuo nractice on
i schools, and the poor
fnf cmtferenre wekssisters
aho, Washington State fin-'
I made the breakup neces
f hhe big colleges were
jin big time football pro
mlv matntaimBf tmiew's
r worn? wftb? makin? "io
hey chose secession from
inffrence rather than sub.
1 to the pros.
idult "Namt" Opponent
ithern Clifornia football
kre entitled to see the b-s
n s." lavs athWic director
Hill. "And 100 000 s-'
ms are attrTtive to the
eamsi Our athletic tro?r'
be buijt alonf Knes that will
i ns to meet the best op opts.".'
ts.".' opts.".' -,
1,A and Southern Cal nlnv
bome Karnes in the 103,000
Lot Affeles Coliseum; San
j stadium seats 89,000. Cali.

fornia's 82,000 and Washing
ton's 55,500.
To fill these parks Saturday
after Saturday when they begin
"free-lancing" in 1959, the. Wesl
("oast powers have ditched their
weaker PCC rivals which often
failed to attract much more than
an audible cheering section and

pro I replaced them with the biggest

name scnoois in conege 1001
ball.

year's Belmont, still has a bother

some leg.

Harris Anxious
To Get Another
Crack At Floyd

1 LOS ANGELES (UPI) Roy

Every place you turn, top hor?e
of all ages are being relied or are
laid up. Of the big names known
even to the non.racing public, only only-Swoon's
Swoon's only-Swoon's Son, Round Table and Ga'
lant Man are sound and Gallant
Man is getting a careful rest s'
Saratoga, where he won't race ut
all.
And now they are starting to
bring of the two.year-olds n
vou have to wonder how many of
them will last out a complete ci
reer steady racing until the end
of the fourth year at least.
There is, for example, Chris.
Chenery's First Landing, a horse
which carried an undefeated rec.
ord into the Hopeful Stakes, ltr
annual coming-out party for horses
of his age at this old track. Every
body says he is a big one.
From the west coast there if
Tomy Lee, winner over East In
dian. a Native Dancer 0 "fan' in
rated highly around here. Their
there is Liz Whitney's Resttes
Wind.
Where will they be at this time
next year?

the pounding? Every time I pui
a horse out onto the track icch

morning for a workout 1 don't

sate until he is back in his stai!

and I know he is all right. A nor

can hurt himself runmn in the

morning the same as he can in ut
afternoon."
So there is nothing to cause ex
traordinary concer n about the in.
juries to the current crop of bi

name horses. But it still doesn't

take way the disappointment o

not being able to see Bold Kuler

hook up with Gallant Man again

For some reason a horse of Bold

Ruler's class leaves a touch o

sadness about him when he goes

wrong. We don't men with thr
bettors or his owner or anybody
else concerned financially. There
always was a genuine thrill for
the .layman when the Ruler toc.k
of with that smoth, flowing style
and began to clip past fence posts.
It is too bad he had to go but
in the end he is no different irom
the rest selling plater or stakes
horse. As long as a thoroughbred
has those thin, fragile legs thev
all must go, most of the time soon sooner
er sooner fian expected.

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iS ANGELES (UPI) The

ting thought that people may
rd him as a "cheese cham
afiwiilrtit mmu hateful xrlf

tch from Floyd Patterson
'my canvas style oi fightin .'
ung Floyd made the "canvas
" crack in his dressing room
lav night when asked to ex.

1 how or why had had been
Iced down" for a count of four

g the second round of his Vt
p knockout victory over gal.
Roy Harris.
tter """ ''''"' hMrt sheep
J and his words were laden,

t seems that I've been gmv
S f much lately, I dunno
I tp 'Sink," he answerc"
jrly "f thought it was more
1 slip than a knockdown be.
e 1 know I wasn't hort.
it it seems I've been co
uily slipping lately. 11 mast be
canvas style of fighting."
pm thinking .not only about
niav night but also aboil

k decked by amateurish

Srmachrr last August

Hie and also about his trai"in-:

p ttnocKoown ny a iitueKnowi

mate named Jose Tmres two

Its ago.

spoke with the realization
as long as he is knocked it

canvas hv second rate chal

et and takes longert han the

icrrhed Hni to dlsnose of

M, he will never be raganlcl

clasr with snch R-oat reccitt

amnions as Joe Louis m

ky Marclano.

hd the thought gripes him.

Harris

Trom

looking forward today

crflck at Floyd Patterson's heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title, unmindful of the
beating he took about the head
and eyes.
The 25 year old Texan was
'dripping gore from the area 0! his
left eye Monday night when the
fignt was stopped at the end of Ihe
12th round.
Downcast, Harris admitted in
his dressing room afterwards, "1
guess maybe I wasn't as good as
I thought I was."
He sat with a towel over his
head as his trainer, Bill Gore,
tried to shoo away photograpneis
who were trying to get a picture
of the cut which appeared to be
about a quarter inch long. The
eyelid itself was puffed to the
size of a goose egg.
, Qpre, who was kept busy b?
tween rounds stopping the flov of
blood from the left eyelid an'1
othefi cuts about the head, said
the wye suffered no permanent

damage.
"There's nothing under the cut
he said. "In a few days it will
be all right."
Patterson's a great fighter,"
Harris said, "But I'd like to fiii"
him again and I think I could
beat him."
Harris insisted he pever blacked
out despite the pounding he toi k
from looping lefts and right
smashes.
"I, got nailed to the body quite
a few times," he said. "Thosf
right hands hurt.
"He didn't have me anywhev
near out. Of course he shook me
up a few times. I think I shout'1
have pressed him more. I learned
a lot about his fighting and
think I- could catch him the next
time."

The purists put the blame for

all this on hard tracks and to'
much racing for two-years olds ind
the hevv winter schedule lead'
up to the Kentucky Derby which
as far ns horse Accidents is &"
cerned, is the Fourth of July of
racing.
All of which could be true, ex
ceDt for one basic point. That's the
way we conduct racint in this court.

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"A horse," Fitzsimmons notes,
"runs with all that weight land,
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leads with. How long can it take

Along The Fairways
PWGA At Gamboa Saturday
Gamboa Golf Club will be host
to PWGA members next Satur
day, Aug. 22. Mae Askew, club
representative, has set up a ver ver-special
special ver-special torimament. Al least five
special surprise events have beoM
planned.
Tee off time is 8:15. The follow
ing is a list of matches se up for
the girls who signed up, but i
you have not signed up, come out
anyway and you will be assignal
flight.
From Tee Number One:
Mae Askew, A. French, and
Helen Stemple.
Ruth Cherry and Ruth Danels.
Sylva Carpenter, E. Peranti

and C. Bishop.
E. Mathieson, I. Robinson, and
P. Trim.
P. Waring, Garrett, and Knock.
H. Thompson and Murrel Mit Mit-c
c Mit-c bus son.
''From Tee Number Five:
R. Wallace, F. Day, and J. Sul
livan.
B. J. Nelson, B. Hennan, and
Helen Owens.
F. Twomey and V. Sharpe.
The course will be closed to all
but PWGA tournament playersun playersun-til
til playersun-til 1:00 p.m.

George Dickerson
Named New Head
Coach At UCLA
LOS ANGELES (UPI) George
Dickerson, 45, the late Henry R
(Red) Sanders' chief assistant, is
the new head football coach at
UCLA.
His appointment was announce.!
Monday night by athletic director
Wilbur Johns, who said the Board
of Control of the UCLA Associ
ated Students had approved a
contract with Dickerson which
was "in no way on an interim
basis, but extended for a period
of more than one year.' Thr
board also announced retention of
the present coaching staff in ils
entirety as recommended by Dick
erson.
Exact terms of Dickerson's eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract were not revealed.
The new coach has been on the
UCLA coaching staff 13 years.

Whatever
Happened to ..
BOBBY BROWN
Bobby Brown once was a part,
time doctor, part time third 61 se
man and full-time World Series
terror for the New York Yankees.
He signed a bonus contract with,
the Yankees in 1946, continued his
medical studies on the side and
managed to put in portions of cigh'
campaigns with the perennial
world champs. After be became
a full-fledged physician as well as
ball player, he once administered
on.the-spot aid when Manager (:
ey Stengel became ill but the best
work he ever did for Casey was
in his 4 World Series. Bobby bat batted
ted batted .439, including a pinch-hit de.
luxe chore in the '47 series against
Brooklyn. He finally abandonefl
his baseball career after spending
two years in Korea.
Whatever happened to Bobby
Brown? Still trim at 33 he has

completed special courses in car

d'olfv and now has a practice
at Fort Worth, Tex.

Walter Alston, left, an Walter O'Malley

Dodgers As Balmy
As Coast Climate

By HARRY GRAYSON

: LOS ANGELES1 (NEA) The
Dodgers always have done thingj
in a diierent way. And the switch
to Los Angeles hasn't changed
them. They still have the Brotk

lyn touch.

Practically everybody expec.eii
Walter Alston to be summarily dis.
missed when General Manager
iBuzzy Bavasi called a hurried

press conference one aiternoon
Managers have taken the ran for
itiapperinp dobs since this big

ness began. T ?re have been hat

chet jobs all over this season-- i"
Detroit. Cincinnati, Cleveland and
Philadelphia.
This is Los Angclo, hut thev
still are the. Dodders. So Alst Alst-will
will Alst-will be back in 1959 and get more
monev. There won't even bf a:v
coach'"g changes which mins
thAt Charley Dressen, an est?'
lished major league mani"r H!'
remain in his stranre rol" of m
first lieutenant. Whatever altrrna
tion: there are will be conf'ne,-'
to those who play.

i

customary cure for a sad situation

a youth movement. There is
now a new list 0 phenoms anJ
it made you wonder whatever be
came of those they raved abo:i
the past several years.
Wasn't Don Demeter going to
run Duke Snider out of ccncr
field? Jim Gentile was reputed
be a combination of George Sisler
and Bill Terry, etc. Well, Demeliv
is on the premises, but doesn't
know what to use for a base hi!
Gentile went off quietly to Spo Spokane
kane Spokane during the training season.

That's the wav it should V onp
a msnafer his dT'istn'"
en run the wmrVc Thn re'T'On
nf lrnn it -f j S ( j t js ) n v',tr.-
F. O'Mallev's credit. 1f!inii-'i
deepl" in trooble po't not l-nn-"'
ing where his rxf h-H ark s
coming f,-oiTi -"d '"ck u"h p J--'
olace club, O''il'v rofose-' to
leao at the old easy out of the
hpssed owner.
The customers, storrv-eved 11"
til now. wnre start'"" ,r w'k
out on the Dodgers, but (VMp""'
knew it wcn't Alton's 'suilt ti
the front office stuck too ton" wdh
too manv od fpys V p r
couldn't take i frrn In the b"x
when the entire pitr-i-in" staf col
lapsed, st)rtinr with Don Ne"
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Alston puts his finger on the
cause of much of the Dodgers'
troubles. "Some of them mifcbt
have got rich too quick," he says
The move from the Gowanu,
to the Pacific had its effect on
the club as well as the bucks of office.
fice. office. "A few of the boys have not
yet adjusted themselves to the
trip across the country," adds
Alston. "A fellow like Gil Hodge?
might have been upset by having
to find a home and getting his
family settled here."
Hodges has hurt the club mo-;t
by not finding the range to the
monstrosity that is the left fie I 1
screen at the Los Angeles Coli
seum only 251 feet at the ivmi
line. Frank Thomas of the Pir Pirates,
ates, Pirates, the Giants' Willie Mays and
other opponents adjust their stanc
es and have field days here, an I
Alston has been faulted somewi';1?
for not turning this more to the
Dddgers' advantage.
Waller Alston has another year
lo do just this and is fortunate in
having an owner who realizes thai
the quickest way to solve the
problem is to find a couple of gcod
pull hitters.

ENTERED IN BIG RACE
CHICAGO (UPI) Clairbornp
Farm's Nadir, top two-year-old
last year, has been placed as r.
sunolementarv entry tor the
Labor Dav $150,000 added Wash Washington
ington Washington Park Handicap. Clairhorre
paid a $7,500 fee so that Nadir
can rare against Swoons Son
Round Tnble and Clem.

Sports Briefs

SIGN HOME AND HOME SERIES
IOWA CITY, Iowa (UPI) The
University of IdWa assured itseit
a Pacific1 Northwest football op opponent
ponent opponent for 1963-64 bv signing 4
home and home playing agree agreement
ment agreement with the University of Wash
ington. Iowa plays Washington in
Seattle in 1963 and hosts the 1964
Iowa City game.

BUHL TO REJOIN BRAVES
MILWAUKEE (UPD-Pitcher
Bob Buhl, still "n the disable-

list, will make 'e western trip j
With tl)c Milwaukee Braves. Out
sWlce- June with- an Injured right j

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conditioning purapses;
OKAY FAIR GROUNDS SEASON

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) The
Louisiana State Racing Commis
s'on has anproved Fair Grounds'
R7-Jay racing slson for 195B 5".
The meeting opens on Thanks Thanksgiving.
giving. Thanksgiving. Day, Nov. 27, and nms
through March 7.

But, this Friday, August 22nd I'll be
interrupting electrical service from 12:01
a.m. to 7:00 a.m. in tha following areas
in order to make improvements:
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From Central Avenue to Balboa Avenue
From 28th Street to 35th Street
Thank you kindly for your understanding
and patience during this period.
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BASEBALL PANS FINED
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPt) -William
D Swanson, Beloit, Wis.
pnd John R. MeDoVw. Roscoe,
III., were each fined $10 Monday
for a baseball ch The two
picked centerfleld as the plac o
ask Philadelphia's Richie Ash
bum wither the Phillies would
win the flag.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAHf NEWSPAPER
THIRSDAT, AUGUST 21, 1951
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Resorts

SHRAPNEL'S rumiiherj homei,
On beach Phone Thompton,
Balboa 1772.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mir, the beft beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and nijht. Tha
new management ii at your erv erv-ie.
ie. erv-ie. FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House One mile past tbe
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balbda 3681.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
for two months, September and
October. $200. Tel. 3-1407.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished attractive chalet in Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Alegre 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's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, screend. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR RENT: Spacious comfort comfortable
able comfortable chalet, stre" No. 31. Three
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, and ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room, for Informa Information.
tion. Information. Call phone 2-2037. Can
be seen to 5 at 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished tv
bedroom house, living, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, garage, maid's
room, for onlv $125.00. Via Es Espana
pana Espana on side to the Radio Mira Mira-tnar.
tnar. Mira-tnar. White house.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bed-too
too bed-too n chalet in Bella Vista; back backyard,
yard, backyard, etc. information phone 3 3-1805,
1805, 3-1805, 8 to 9 a.m. 7 to 8 p.m.
r come to 46th Street No. 30.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
In a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO. S. A.
45th St. nd Vie Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
FOR RENT: Newly built chalet
three bedroom, large living and
dining room, kitchen, garage,
maid's room, big yard. Fer in information
formation information Tiouse No. 11, 88th
street, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedrooms, living-dining-room,
porch, garage, Street San San-tuario
tuario San-tuario Nacional No. 4. Tel. 3 3-2795.
2795. 3-2795. Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, kit kitchen
chen kitchen cabinet, stove, private bath
and entrance No. 3.52 Th. street
Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Excellent rooms
with mels, beautiful residence
4-33 35ih. Telephone 3-7993.
FOR MNT: Furnished bed bedroom
room bedroom to single person. Indepen Independent
dent Independent entrance, private bath. 46 46-47
47 46-47 Second Ave. 1 48th Street)
Bella Vista.
FOR RtNT : Furnished room,
first class for one person only.
Junto Arosemena corner 31st.
Street No. 9.
AIR CONDITIONERS
-GIBSON-
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Doty free. Price lor C. Z.
residents.
TROPELCO, S.A.
45th St. nid Via Ksnana
TEL. J-128.i
PROMPT
COURTEOUS
RADIO
TV-HI-FI
SERVICE
(ALE
2-2374
'Till 8 P.M.
All Work
GUARANTEED
TELERAD

Apartments

FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo
nicely furnished one bedroom
spacious apartment. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Very nice cool
and comfortable screened one
bedroom apartment in Darien
srieet, for information please
call: 2. 1455 during office hours
or 3-1988 after.
FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
inoependent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: New apartment,
2 bedrooms in 31st street No.
10. Phone 3-6976.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also large fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two large living
rooms with kitchen and bath between,-two
bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
TI-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT i Modern two bed bed-rorm
rorm bed-rorm apartment, 2 baths, large
sitting, dining room, maid's room
with service, nice playgrounds,
El Cangrejo, call 3-0319 during
office hours
' FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, near Golf Hts. and
Ccco del Mar, call 3-2978.
Commercial Sites
-rr
FOft RENT-: For office, well
situated, near "El Panama Hil Hilton"
ton" Hilton" with air condition. Call
3-0702; 2-2466.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com-meeetat-awet
office building. Ample
parking space. Night watchman.
Moderate rents. Balboa Avenue,
next to nuns school. Ricardo A.
Miro S. A. Tel. 2-3436.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Clutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Tausht by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
annonnced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfer, tours,
and deluxe hole)
$180
leave evcy Tues. and Ffi.
FIDANQUE tRAVFiL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
$ for
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens ()..S0
mote for your Dollar.
International Jeivelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIIHiE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552

The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
UssMWI,
Panama Col6n

I.EAVS VOUR AD WITH ONE OK OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT IS 37 "H" STREET, PANAMA MBRERIA PRFCIADO T Street No. 1J AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PI HI.K AOONtS-No 3 Lottery Plau e) CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY -182 La Cnrrasquilla a FARMACIA LOM LOM-BAKDO
BAKDO LOM-BAKDO No. 2 "B" Street o) MORRISON 4lh of Jhy Ave. a J 81. a LEWIS SERVICX Ave Tivoll No. 4 FARMAC1A EST ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
r ARM AO A LUX 164 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEI Fro. de la Oasa Ave. No. 41 KOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. EAR EAR-MAC
MAC EAR-MAC 1 A VAN DER JIS 5(1 Street No. S3 o FARMAC1A EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street FAKMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 f) NOVEDADES A THIS
Beside the Bella Lsu Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
condition. Tel. Balboa 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
251 1-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.
FOR SALEt 1958 Chrysler, 4
door, RxH 7000 miles, white
gold, fully power equipped,
many extras, may accept trade
in, cost new $4 8.00. Like new
condition at $3,800. Rodman
3784.
FOR SALE: Hillman convertible
1951. qood conditio, $150.00.
Call 2-1419,
FOR SALE: 1955 Chrysler New
Yorker, duty paid, police ins ins-matic
matic ins-matic transmission, power auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, poyer steer steering,
ing, steering, power brakes, electric win window,
dow, window, lifters, radio and white
sid wall nylon tires $1,850.00
Can be financed, call 3-3281
Panama.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
n a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4 4-dcor,
dcor, 4-dcor, two tone Good condition.
$600.00. fcc:pij&. uai-
boa evenings,
FOR SALE: Late model MG-TD,
outy paid, excellent condition,
recent overhaul, motor, brakes,
transmission perfect, top, tires,
upholstery. 10 coats. Hand rub rubber
ber rubber tiff be financM.
Call 2-JlW office "hours, 3 3-1252
1252 3-1252 after hours.
FOR SALE:
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR
Sedan, tutene, radio, WWtires,
automatic trans'. Like new.
1958 H,lfman-4DR Sedan, leath leather
er leather upholstery. Excellent car.
1956 Cadillac, 2DR, radio, tu tu-tone
tone tu-tone upholstery. W tires, power
steering b brakes.
1955 Ford-Customline, stand,
trans. Excellent condition.
1954 Buick-Convertible. radio,
W W tires, tutone leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, only 22,000 miles.
1953 Ford-Convertible, WW
tires, leather upholstery. Very
good car.
1954 Hillman-Convertible. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition.
DO YOU NEED GOOD TRANS TRANSPORTATION?
PORTATION? TRANSPORTATION? Only $60.00 Down
Payment & you drive away a
car Model 1949 to 1952. Good
deals and Small payment. Visit
us. AUTOS EISENMAN Next to
Coca Cola Co. Phone all day
Pmo. 2-2616, 2-4966.
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY: Station
wagon 1955 or newer, Balboa
2-2872.
RECORDS
Latest releases of an
mayor labels. Panama's
largest selection. 12" LP's
from 1. 49
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and (Via Espana
Tel. 3-1285
SHOP INTELLIGENTLY!
Look at All these
REFRIGERATORS STOVES
WASHING MACHINES
AH on the Same Floor
e nojigi;
HOTPOINT
. fRir.iniini
WESTINGHOUSE ""
GENERAL ELECTRIC
Appliance Headquarters
Tropicsna
4th of July Ave. ti H St.
YES. SANTA IS fiERE!
Start savlnr your tickets for
our Xmas Drnwing. You can
win SI. 500.00 Free.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Beautiful yellow
G.E. refrigerator, automatic de defrost,
frost, defrost, 11.4 cubic feet. Used one
year, $300.00, G.E. Filter-Flo
automatic washer, 12 lb, capa capacity,
city, capacity, 1957 model, $200.00.
Qtrs. 1 1 2-8. Albrook, telephone
Albrook 3207.
FOR SALB: 1955 FrftaidaJre
washing machine, 60 cycle,
gcod condition, $125.00. Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, phone 86-2213 Qtrs
329-B.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, nine
toot Westingheuse new, 60 cycle
unit. Simmons couch. 60 cycle
XA h.p. motor. 0418 Venado
Street Ancon, Balboa 1209.
FOR SALE: Large Servel refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, two door freezer above,
can be converted to gas or kero kerosene.
sene. kerosene. 460 Ancon Blvd. Tel. 2 2-4338.
4338. 2-4338. FOR SALE: For living must sell
one 9 piece, dining room set,
cream color, two living room
chairs Ave. Nacional No. 36,
Apto. 9. Tel. 3-3404.

Ike Calls On Congress To Crack Down
On Racketeering Before Adjournment

WASHINGTON (UPI) President
Eisenhower yesterday called on
the adjournment-bent Congress to
crack down on "racketeering, cor corruption
ruption corruption and abuses of trust and
power" in labor unions be ore it
quits for the year.
He said in a special statement
that the Kennedy Ives labor re reform
form reform bill, passed by the Senate
and killed by the House, was an
inadequate measure that would
have failed to correct evils dis disclosed
closed disclosed by the Senate Rackets
Committee.
The President, thus threw his
support behind House Republicans
who bought JhjEKefmedy-lves bill
on grounds that it was too weak
to do any good. GOP leaders in introduced
troduced introduced a stronger measure but
it was blocked by the no-amend-1
ment procedure under .which the
House considered labor legislation I
last Monday. -,
Democrats charged the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans wanted to expand the Senate
SI. Christopher's
Choir Guild To Sing
At Christ Church
The Choir Guild of Christ
Church By-the-Sea, Colon R. P.
will present a musicale featuring
the St. Christopher's C h o i v
Guild, under the direction of Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Cragwell, at Christ Church
By the-Sea Sept 14, at 3:30 p.m.
A month ago, Cragwell and the
St. Christopher Choir presented a
program of religious music which
was favorably received by a
large audience wvhich packed the
church edifice in Rio Abajo.
The Choir Guild is rehearsing
strenuously for the performance in
Colon where, Cragwell is well
known, having been the director
of the Gatun Glee Galaxy, which
was very popular several years
ago. Tickets are being handled
by the Colon Choir Guild.

TODAY! PRESIDENTE THEATRE
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A wonderful program the whole family will enjoy It!

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 60 Gold Band Glas Glasses.
ses. Glasses. Cablets wone Icetea, water,'
Champagne 21 4C Cudundu 83-
4147.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, two
fans, 60 cycle, 17 inch G. E.
IV iet, email table model radio,
two quartermaster beds, steel
dresser, steel Chester drawers,
small number of tables and
straight wood chairs, kitchen kitchen-ware,
ware, kitchen-ware, glassware, Chinaware. All
items may be seen at apartment
No. 0432E, Frangipani Street, on
Saturday morning, August 23,
1958, from nine 19.00) a.m.
till noon. Written bids upon
such items to be submitted to
the undersigned on or before
August 26, 1958.
W. SHERIDAN, Jr.,
Administrator, C. T. Mc Mc-Cormick,
Cormick, Mc-Cormick, Jr. deseased,
P.O. Box 98, Balboa
Heights, C.Z.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
bill into restrictive anti-un.on leg legislation.
islation. legislation. They accused the GOP of
killing the only labor reform bill
that had a chance of pasuge this
year.
There seemed little chance of
new House action. Members of
both parties already have singled
out the lack of congressional ac action
tion action as a major issue ii.iB. No November
vember November battle ofr conttW'ot Cflri
gress.
The President said the Senate
bill, sponsored by Sens. John F.
Kennedy (D Mass.) and tYving M
Ives (R-N.Y.), fell far shor: of
recommendations he submitted to
Congress on Jan. 23 for lejjlslation
in the labor field.
He said it failed to provide ade
quate machinery to assure proper
handling of union funds and would
have weakened certain part"; t
the Taf5- Hartley labor manage management
ment management law. He also criticized it cn
grounds it did. not recognize state
responsibility in labor matters.
Singling out still another alleged
fault, he said that "the bill''; fail failure
ure failure to deal with the problem if
boycotting the blackmail picketing
would have given greater impetus
to abuses the American people
want to curb."
"In sum," he said, "it did not
meet the nation's needs because
it did not deal effectively with
many of the evils which need cor correction.
rection. correction. The President criticized House
Democratic leaders for bringing
up the Senate-passed bill under a
procedure which barred amend amendments
ments amendments and any attempt to "cor "correct
rect "correct its deficiencies." The pro procedure
cedure procedure also required a zwo-thirds
vote for appsoval.
Eisenhower said he still hoped
"that be "ore adjournment the Con Congress
gress Congress will pass a labor bill which
will effectively protect the work working
ing working men and women of our coun country."
try." country." The President had taken the
statement to his news conference
in anticipation of questions on the
i labor bills. No questions were
asked on the subject, so he issued
I the statement later.
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Boats b Motors

FOR SALE: EVINRUDE 25 HP
with tank. Excellent condition.
$275 cash. See at ABERNA ABERNA-THYS'S
THYS'S ABERNA-THYS'S or Phone 3-0264. Ask
for Taylor.
FOR SALE: Motorcycle, BSA,
500, single. New bearings, etc.
Needs adjustment. Extra frame
many extra parts for motor and
transmission. Must sacrifice.
Will sell for $150.00 Dorman
Fulton, House 6425 (Dos Bocas
Street) Los Rios.
Commerce Group
Shelves Bill To Curb
Political Pressures
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Commerce Committee,
aced by the congressional ad
journment rush, today s helve I
its own first-step bill to curb po political
litical political pressure on federal regula regulatory
tory regulatory agencies.
The committee buried the meas measure
ure measure for this year by failing to act
on it at its final executive ses session
sion session for 1958. But members pre predicted
dicted predicted it would be revived next
year as part of "a comprehensive
attack on the problem."
The legislation was the first to
be proposed as a result of hear hearings
ings hearings by the group's influence in investigating
vestigating investigating subcommittee on the
Federal Communications Commis Commission
sion Commission (FCC) and other agencies.
The billwould hit at abuses un uncovered
covered uncovered by the subcommittee be before
fore before it turned to charges of an
influence-for favors relationship
between presidential assistant
Sherman Adams and millionaire
Bernard Gold ine.
Rep. Oren Harris (D Ark.),
chairman of both the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee and the full committee, said
the bill was put aside because of
lack of time to act on it this ses session.
sion. session. However, Rep. John E. Moss
(D-Calif.), a subcommittee mem member,
ber, member, skid the bill could just
well be included in "a compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive attack on the problem"
next year. Other members aareed.
Some of the broader recommen recommendations
dations recommendations for legislation may be in included
cluded included in the subcommittee's
forthcoming report on the Adams-
troldtine case. The report had
been expected before the end of
the congressional session but now
may not be completed for several
months.
The first-step bill-approved last
month by the subcommittee subcommittee-would
would subcommittee-would have affected only the FCC.
Its principal Drnvisinn wnnlH
have banned any contacts witn
FCC members about a case under
adjudication unless all interested
parties were noti'ied. Violators
would be. subject to a maximum
sentence to one year in prison
and a $10,000 fine.
Subcommittee members said the
provision would cover contacts
with FCC commissioners and em employes
ployes employes by both congressmen and
executive officials. They said the
provision would cover any contact
relating to a case under adjudica adjudication
tion adjudication including queries as to the
"status" of a case.
DON'T
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WASHINGTON Rear Adm.
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penetrations" in space as far
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the last ot "shoutin "bhies
singers":
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pound 1,200-pound bull which invaded a play playground
ground playground :
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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) (UPI)-Teamster
Teamster (UPI)-Teamster Union officials said to today
day today settlement of a strike againit
St. Paul food warehouses woufiT
have no effect on a two week
strike lockout which has closed
68 supermarkets here.
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house ware-house :ilaowing a wage settle
ment between warehousemen
Local 503 and company officials.
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lis Minneapolis situation."
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200 Negro Children Eligible
For Utile Rock Central High
LITTLE ROCK., Ark., Aug. 21 ( UPI ) Gov. Orval E. Faubus indicated he would decide today whether to call
an emergency session of the Arkansas legislature to dea I with a court ruling which orders reeumption of integra integration
tion integration at Central High School.
Gldnn Walther. speaker of the House, sand Faubus would summon the legislators to Little Rock. Walther said
'the extraordinary session will convene next week.
Arkansas lawmakers said earlier this week they ex pected Faubus to call the session as a result of the ruling
in St. Louis Monday by the Eighth Circuit Court of Ap peals reversing an earlier edict to postpone integration at
Central until 1961.
Two attorneys threw additional focus on the situati on yesterday when they asked the St. Louis court for a
mandate ordering racial integration at Central in time for resumption of classes next month.
The request indicated more than the seen Negro children who helped Central integrate last year might seek
admission in September.
More than 200 Neqro children are eligible to attend the school this fall.

tw Tittle Rock school brutd
(.h m amipal to trie V
S. Supreme Court within 'he next
few days to uphold me
' u.. iic
men orrler nanueu r
D'S', i;S caTled lor
. iirfi, nff" DTlod
P'-riod
heliPVPd a "cooling
nnrioH In avoid
olence
such as that attending the end of
segregation at Central las: tall
ftve-n I .s. troops were sent in
r,.., ,i, ci TMiis rnuri nuinn
ar,d;
T Binlpv's Or der this wcck
President Ei enhower suppur
this aciion yesterday.
ted
President Eisenhower made it
abundantly claar yesterday that
ha again would use Federal
troops to enforce court ordered
public school integration if such
action bacame necessary to a-v-
' "anarchy."
Trip President told his news
conference me reaeii s..v......
ment must and wi
integration rulings
enforce conn
if
the states
fail to do so.
He said his feelings "are ex exactly
actly exactly as they were" last tall when
he ordered paratroopers and Fed Federalized
eralized Federalized National Guardsmen to
tnaintan order at newly integrated
Central High School here.
Faubus Said in wuick reolv
fh' "' President re-l ne x
pect him to use state militia to
i "t in'-"raioT at Central
High School when it ooens
Sept. I.
"If it is the purpose of Mr. Ei-
spnhnu'pr'c fi(-'rtmentt o reaM .m
his position of last fall, .hat it is
my duty as governor to use the
slate militia to enforce integration
in f'-'ool restrict in lhi
state, then must say ttiat my
lai aYll. I

I ffCdinCf VI PlUt I When the word is read out in
court, it sounds almost like an ad ad-.,
., ad-., I mi sion of guilt, the A. A. said.
This weather rennrl for the ?i, Xhe association's attorneys 's-
hfllir. mfl.nt 8 a.m. toHav is ,,,.H th u,arnin after memherc

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position of last fall is unchanged.'

r aubus sain
In St. Louis, attorneys lor Ne
ro children who want to ptlend
r.Bi,-,l uiah nevt fall mrweri in
' ,.7 ,, ,,j u. ..,;
that they would be digi
yW I V"1 'l
ationsl Asso-
ciation for tho Ad
vancement of
Colored People attorney for Ar Ar-ksraj
ksraj Ar-ksraj disc'of.d that 60 Ne
groes had applied to attend
Central High School this fall.
He said he understood th3t the
school board had "approved for
enrollment 17 o 18 of then.
Nine Negroes attended 'he school
last year. One graduated and an!
other translerred to a New York
school.
The attorneys in St. Louis ask-
ed the U.S. Circuit Cdurf of p-
peals to issue an immediate man
riatp nuttin" into effect last Mon
day's decision.
It ovprtitrned a U. S. District
Court ruling which would have
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'r t-n years.
British AA Warns
Member? Nof To Say
'corryr To Cods
LONDON (UPn The Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Assn. warned its t-wo mil million
lion million members today to think twice
before saying "sorry" to a traffic
I cop
n.
It often backfires, the A. A. said.

ine association sain mat wnen ue lurceo to integrate a-
an errant motorist says "sory" gainst their wishes and regard regard-to
to regard-to a British "bobby' who stipsTess of the consequences, how how-himftJrtfckwfQioiftonah;ever
himftJrtfckwfQioiftonah;ever how-himftJrtfckwfQioiftonah;ever bad they might be."
bobfiy probably thu enlef the re-' ,f ipoarecl almost -certain

lmrk in his notebook
nmnfinH Ihof macrietrato. n,.r.

minor traffic of "enses usuallviwere unchanged from last Sept.

alter 'he ottenders happened to
anologize to the officers who book-
ed them.
About one driver in six says
"I'm sorry"' when policeman
stops him, the A. A. said, but he
usually gets a summons anyway.
A summons is the British pro procedure
cedure procedure instead of issuing Ameri American
can American style traffic tickets.
The A A., which boasts the
Duke pf Edinburgh as its presi president
dent president and which operates a' free
legal advice bureau for members,
marie it clear it doecn't think
motorisls should be rude when the ;

jlaw catches up with them. It sel 1 pany-CaJial Zone Government will
dom pays. be the guest speaker on Thursday
"But the trouble is that the evening, Aug. 28, at the joint din
English are so polite," an associa-, ner meeting of the Canal zone
Hon spokesm?n said. "Saying Chapter, Federal Government Ac Ac-'please',
'please', Ac-'please', 'thank you' and 'I'm sor-! countants Association and the In
ry' is second nature to most of stitute of Internal Auditors. The

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They asked tht appeals court
ta bypass the usual 20 day
waiting period from th data of
judgment. The Little Rock

irhsal hnrH wit considered
:,
certain to fight the request
I The President opened his news
conference yesterday by trading
j a prepared statement whi'h he
J said was aimed at answering
questions raised by the aopeals
court decision
I "Every American must under under-i
i under-i stand that if an individual corn-
mumty or state is going succes-
i fully and condnously to defy the
courts, men there is anarehv. tie
said,
The President said it was the
nuiy or eacn siaie in suppress
unlawful forces" and maintain nr-
der to "permit compliance with
i the fmal orders of the court
! "Defiance of. this duty would
present the most serious problem
hut there can be no equivocation
tas ,0 tne responsibility of the Fed-
eral government in such an e
i vent." .he prided
r
But Faubus said in a statement
here that "I do not interpret my
constitutional duties to cover any
such theory as that advanced by
the President. I do recognize my
duty to preserve the peace of my
state and. I hH continue to do
so to the best of my ability
Th governor made it clear
that ha would teak ovary moans
to delay integration at Little
Rock.
He said many attorneys had
questioned the legality of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Courl's integration deci
sion and no law has ever been
passed which says that all people
of every section of the country
that Central would again be become
come become an integration battle battleground
ground battleground unless the school board
was succoasful in getting a
stay of tho Appeals Court order
ponding an appeal to tho Su-
preme Court.
The President said his feelings
wnen ne oraerea r eaerai troops
'Oio Little Kock
1 He quoted a paragraph from
his nation-wide television speech
PC Personnel Chief
Doolan Will Address
Accountant-Auditors
Edward A. Doolan. Personnel Di-
rector of the Panama Canal Com-
meeting will be held in the Fort
Clayton Officers Club.
Doolan has been Personnel Di Director
rector Director since July 1950. In this ca
parity 'he is responsible for the es establishment
tablishment establishment of personnel policy,
with the approval of the Governor Governor-President,
President, Governor-President, within the limits of the
law; for the administration of per personnel
sonnel personnel functions; and or liiiscn in
personnel nutters between the
Company-Government and the Ci Civil
vil Civil Service Commission.
Doolan also serves as chairman
of the Canal Zone Personnel Po Policy
licy Policy Coordinating Board and as
chairman of the Canal Zone Board
of Civil Service Examiners.
Doolan will speak on tha effects
of recent treaty legislation, which
included the "uniform wags plan."
The dinner meeting, featuring
fried chicken, is open 1o all mem-
V,-. f lhn I.V:AA .nH IT A .i,tin
may bring guests.
..;i.i,ii v...
i ii m 1,1 die n n 1 1 d i 'M i i 1 1 r 1 1 iiue-
coe Cleveland, Fprt Amado 3247;
Maj. A A. TiSOne, Albrook 2521,
James Fulton, Balboa 2538, or
Kathleen McGuigan, Balboa 2515.
Curundu Teenage
Club Will Crown
Queen On Saturday
Curundu Teenage Club will hold
a semiformal dance on Saturday
to crown 1heir basketball queen.
There will be dancing from 8:00
until 12:00 to .the music of Pah'o
Hen era and his ptod.
No admission will be charged
lo members of the Teenage Club
or those enrolled in Summer Rrr
reation, $.50 will be charged oth
r teenagers and $1.00 for all
parents,

at that time which said:
"The very basis o" our indivi individual
dual individual rights and freedoms rests
upon the certainty that the Pres President
ident President and the exeeutive branch of
the government will support snd
insure the carrying out of the de decisions
cisions decisions of the Federal courts."
During a follow-up question pe period
riod period Virginia Gov. J. Lindsay Al Almond
mond Almond Jr. bad requested a confer

ence with him regarding school
integration problems certain to a-
nse in Virginia this fall."
"No," the President replied.
"but there have been one or two
political figures from Virginia that
have agreed with me we would
like to talk some of these things
over, but so far we just haven't
gotten the opportunity."
The President told his last news
conterence he was willing to meet
. wltl). Almond to discuss the inte-
grauon suuanon, particularly in
Arlington, just across the Potomac
from Washington, and Nor olK
Thousands of families of Federal
employes live in these two area.
In his formal statement, the
President said "it is my hope
that each state will fulfill its o o-bligations
bligations o-bligations with a full realization
of the gravity of any other
course."
. But ho warned, that a state
"aannw by 'action V deliberate
failure to act permit violence
to frustrate tho preservation of
individual rights as determined
by court decree."
This apparently referred to Fau Faubus
bus Faubus failure to deal effectively
with violence which accompanied
entrance of Negr'o children at
Central High School.
Cooking In Nude
Not Fatigueingr But
Watch That Hot Fat
WOBURN ABBEY, Eng. (UPI)
The Rev. (Brougham Yates Cax Cax-ton
ton Cax-ton of Brixton was washing cups
and saucers in the camp kitchen
here wearing a silver chain
around his neck. Nothing else.
Just the chain.
Two women helpers weren't
even wearing that much.
For this was the camp kitchen
at the International Nature Camp
in the wooded seclusion of the
southern section of Woburn Abbev
Park, the stately estate of the
Duke of Bedford who nees the
rent money to help pay hiT mil
lions of dollars in inheritance
taxes.
"It takes all 1he fatigue out of
cooking," Yates Caxton said. 'But
you have to be careful frying
bacon because you are liable to
be splashed with hot fat."
Yates Caxton, a naturist for 25
years, was a bit vague about his
religious affiliations but said he
headed a religious sect and" was
ordained by a retired bishop.
The nudists here are the ad
vance guard of the sixth world
congress of the International Nat.
urists Federation which star's a
two-week session iiere next Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. So far 200 have arrived and
more will pour in from the 38 na nations
tions nations represented.
Yates Caxton was being helped
by two women cooks (clothed) he
borrowed from the Bedford Edu
cational Authority and by two
women helpers, members of a sun
club, who wore only their wedding
rings. The two cooks wouldn't
give their names.
Among the early arrivals wpn
Ralph Roberts. 33, a salesman,
and his wife, Hilda. Roberts is not
a member of a cult. He is a sales
man of sunbeds for the sun bath,
ers and he and his wife had t.
take off their clothes 1o be ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. "My presence here gives my
firm a clear advantage over our
competitors in the sun bathing
business, he said.
Bluejacket Dies
After Tars Tangle
with I axi urivers I
ISTANBUL, Turkey (HP!) j
American sailor Larry M, Davis,
21, of Wheaton, 111., died from in internal
ternal internal bleeding at a hospital here
yesterday following a pitched bat.
tie between Bluejackets and a do
zen Istanbul taxi drivers.
Turkish authorities were holding
four of the drivers for investiga investigation
tion investigation of the incident.
A preliminary hearing was told
that Davis and five buddies, on a
late liberty at Istanbul night spots,
got into an argument with a taxi taxi-driver
driver taxi-driver over the fare and that
about a dozen other drivers in the
downtown Istanbul area joined in.

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FACTORY IN FLAMES Firemen are silhoueted in the flames of a paint-factorv fire which lt
Panamena de Pinturas plant, located off the Trans-Isthmian Highway The i buSed brtv of thi
cia. 53, was foand in the ruins this morning with a fire ex tinguisher wider Utia body

Army's New Jupiter
Ready To Explore
Radiation In Space
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Aug.
21 (UPI) Army rocketeers today
continued preparations to launch
a new satellite bearing Jupiter
C in an attempt at exploration of
the deadly radiation found n:
space.
The Army did not describe its
newest artificial moon to be de
signated Explorer V, and decline.!
to say when it was scheduled !or
blastoff. But it appeared the rock
et and its satellite cargtt would
not be sent up for several davs
It was believed that the sate1
lite, presumably tube-shaped,
were all its peedecessors would h
used to prob the radiation band
starting 600 miles from the larn
and possibly continuing all th
way to the sun.
Scientists have expressed the
belief that this intense radia'.ioi
could cause postponement of ma';
space travel indefinitely unies
ways are found to nrotect hunvtns
from Its bombardment.
Dr. James Van Allen, Univcri
ty of Iowa space scientist vho su
rvised the design and asscnibi"
of the instrumentation in early K
plorers, said recently that the ra.
diation was 1,000 times more in
tense than cosmic rays, but he
said this danger was "not likely ic
be an insurmountable barrier to
space travel."
US Cost Of Living
Declined In July
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The cost of living declined in July
for the first time in more than
two years, the National Industrial
Conference Board reported today.
The decline a slight one-tenth
of one per cent marks the first
break in the inflationary spiral
that began in 1956 after almost
three years of price stability.
Declines in food, housing and
apparel costs off set increases
sending the board's over-all in
dex down 0.1 per cent from Ju
ne to 107.4 per cent of the
1953 base period. The index was
2.5 per cent above July 1957
The Conference Board's index
of consumer prices had risen 25
July break.
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Watchman's Charred Body Found
In Ruins Of RP Paint Factory

Firemen found the charred body
oi a sd.year-oid watchman toda.
in the ruins or a paint factory
which burned to the ground earl. earl.-last
last earl.-last night. The plant was located
off the Trans Isthmian Highway.
The body of Gaspar de Gracia
was found face down holding on
to a fire extinguisher, with wliicn
he is believed to haye tried to pu
out the fire which caused Jk es.
timated $80,000 worth of dacM;;;
The factory of the FdbricifTjana FdbricifTjana-mcfia
mcfia FdbricifTjana-mcfia de Pinturas was insure 'or
$100,000.
The fire was discovered sfcort'v
after it began by National Guard
Maj. Bartolome Carrion, who m
USARCARIB Has
In Recreation
On Atlantic Side
The Civilian Personnel Offic, U.
S. Army Caribbean, is interview interviewing
ing interviewing applicants for a permanent po po-si'ion
si'ion po-si'ion 's a recreation assistant ?.t
Fort Gulick. The grade is LS 4,
which pays from 98 cents to $1,23
per hour.
Applicants must be fluent in both
English and Spanish, and have a
thorough knowledge of general of office
fice office practices. Ability to tvps com compose
pose compose correspondence, greet callers,
keep rru ine records and dissemin disseminate
ate disseminate information: ijs required.
Background should include two
years of experience as assistant
or coordinator in a program of
recreational and social activities
for adults, with the ability of
supervise the less complex as aspects
pects aspects of an organized recreational
program.
Such experience could include
supervision of game?, dances, par parties,
ties, parties, tournaments, tours, contests,
and similar entertainment. Two
years of study above high school
level in recreation or physical edu education
cation education may be substituted for the
reouired experience.
This job calls for. a 40 hour week
on a rotating schedule: Four nights
a week are worked with one full
weekend off every four weeks.
Applicants should contact the Ci
vilian Personnel Of ice, Building
23, Corozal, telephone Corozal 2117
or the office in Building 217, Fort
Gulick, telephone Fort Gulick 69fc
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going to his home located near the
burned factory at about 8:30 p.m
Carrion Said while he was tele telephoning
phoning telephoning the fire department Iv
heard a loud exolosiori and saw
the flames reach higher with adde.
vigor.
It burned so fast, as a resuit o
the ilammable nature of the paint
that by the time the Panama fire firemen
men firemen arrived, all they could do wc;
to attempt to keep the flames from
spreading and to bM the fir
under control, a job which toot
almost two hours.
Emboden Will Talk,
Show, Color Slides
On Galapagos Trip
At a meeting of the Panama
Canal Natural History Society next
Wednesday, Otis Imboden, photo-grapher-wriler
for the Pan Ameri American
can American Highway's Darien Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee in Panama, will speak on the
subject: Galapagos, the Enchant Enchanted
ed Enchanted Isles.
,The lecture will be illustrated
by color film and slides taken dur
ing a five-week vacation cruise of
the yacht Tondelayo.
The Galapagos, which straddle
the equator some 500 miles off the
Pacific shore of Ecuador, are heap
of volcanic rock forming one of
the world's most jntriguing wild wildlife
life wildlife preserves.
Settled by only a handful of
pioneer colonists, the isloated is is-s
s is-s are hosts to an. amazing "a "a-riety
riety "a-riety o' animals, including seals,
giani tortoises and iguanas, and
the world's .only 'tropical penguins.
The isles have a rich history both
in fact and legend. The area is
returning to public attention this
year in connection with the cen'e cen'e-nial
nial cen'e-nial of Charles Darwin's theory
of the origin of species.
Darwin first began to formulate
his ideas on evolution during a vi visit
sit visit to the Galapagos in 1836.
Many Zonians came to know the
islands during World War II when
"The Rock.", as our military base
in the Galapagos was nicknamed,
played a special strategic role in
the defense of the Canal.
The meeting will be held at th-JWB-USO
building, Balboa, at 8
p.m. Guests will be welcome.
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Girls 11, Boys
Nine boys and 11 girls Tvere born
at Gorgas Hospital during tho
week ending at midnight Monday,
according to the regular hospital
report. During the same period 194
patients were admitted and 191
were discharged.
The names and adfirelses of tht
parents o' the boy hbies follow:
Mr. and Mrs. C. R) Crjrfn, of Far Far-fan,
fan, Far-fan, S-Sgt. and Mns. B. M. Jerni Jerni-gan,
gan, Jerni-gan, of Locona; Mr. and Mrs F:
J. Marino, of Fariian; Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Lopez, of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; Mr. and Mrs. El L. Quintero,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Pedro Bellido, of Paraiso; Mr and
Mrs. W. M. Price, of Gurundii; S S-Sgt.
Sgt. S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. Decker, Jr., of
Locona; nd Rev. and Mrs. C. P.
Ijams, of Cocoli
Girl babies were born to the
following: Mr. and Mrs. H. E.D.
niel, of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. D
C. Pullen, of Gamboa; Rev. and'.
Mrs. A. B. Wwrtt, of Paraiso:!
Mr. and Mrs. E. A Kieloch, or
Cui-undu Hts.; M-Sgt. and Mrs. C
G. Proffitt, of Ft. Clayton; Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Garbutt. of Pant.
ma City; Capt and Mrs. R. t

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Mrs. R. F. Sanriifnrrt. of Pan
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of Ft. Kobbe; Mr. and Mm C
Bynoe, of Paraiso; and Mr, -and
Mrs. I. Rosas, of Panama.
The
Judge's Bench
Appearing before Judge John
Deming in Balboa Magistrates
Court, today was James Edwin
Richmond, 37, American on two
charges, failure to use care in
turning and failure to report to
and wait for the police when in-
voived in. an accident.
He was found guilty on both
counts and ined a total of $25.
Victor Antonio Sanchez, 31, and
Silvia Rosa King, 40, both Pana
manians were found loitering fnt
quarters in v araiso without caus
and came before the judge.
The woman failed to appear an
lorteited $15 ban.
Sanchez pleaded. He was ordeif
ed to pay a fine of $15.
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