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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Panama -- Panama

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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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Russia doeen't resume its tests and agrees to negotiate
The President said that as. ipaurt of the recent

Geneva this country "is prepared to proceed promptly to

tnr n.rmanont suspension of
nf by the experts.
Dr. AMAR HIH KHAtSA
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rtived here to-
a. ColouMHa,
Anatmimkmam tali,
hearded Sikh, is delivering lec
tures' wherever he can. In either
of the five languages he speakes on
the need for international under understanding.
standing. understanding. He laid he expects: to
deliver at least one lecture here
before going on to San Jose, Cos
W Rice. ...
He described the subject of his
tetire as "jtadia under Nehru and
World Peace," 'The World in Dire
Need ef fXjftaality,' "Indian Re Re-ligons
ligons Re-ligons and Philosophy," "Demo
cratic Principles and Moral Va Values"
lues" Values" and 'Prophets and Their
Teaching' s
Singh's publication v Sardar, Is a
monthly cultural and religious
newspaper, which he said is
widely circulated amonsf the 2.-
000,000 inhabitants of Lucknow and
of otner parts of India.
Singh said the Khalsa at the end
Of his name menas "Holy man.'1
After leaving Costa Rica, on the
ext lei of his journey, he will
visit El Salvador, Nicaragua, Hon
duras, Guatemala, and Mexico
From there he will go to-Califor
nia to take a boat for the Fm
Islands, From Fiji he will go to
Australia, before returning to : In India.
dia. India.
Once back home, Singh says he
plans to start working on a book
entitled "The World As I Saw
It."
PILGRIMS CROWD LOURDES
LOURDES, France (UPI)
More than 15,000 Roman Catholic
Pilgrims, members of the Catholic Catholic-Action
Action Catholic-Action group, assembled here
today i one of the' biggest pil pilgrimages
grimages pilgrimages f the current centenary
year eeiewctions at the Shrine of
ssaint Bernadetle.
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i KUWArT?-i Visit of Egypt's Nasser to Sheik
Abdullah Assail m, above,
ruler of oft-rieh Kuwait, stirs
peculation about futtlre Of that
sheikdom on the Persian Gnlt.
It is from Kuwait that Britain
gets most of her Mideast oil.

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uspend Nuclear- Tests

tUPli Preaiden t Eisenhower said

nuclear weapons tests for
tests and establishment of a
The President said:
"If this is accepted in principle
by the other nations which have
tested nuclear weapons, then in
order to facilitate the detailed ne
gotiations the United States is
prepared unless testing is resum resumed
ed resumed by the Soviet Union, to with
hold further testing on its part of
atomic and hydrogen weapons tor
a period ef one year from the be beginning
ginning beginning of the negotiations."
The Uhited States will be ready
to open such negotiations Oct. 31.
the President said in a spcial
statement.
Eisenhower also said this coun
try would be prepred to extend
its suspension on a year by year
basis upon two conditions.
They were -that an agreed ins inspection
pection inspection system was Installed and
working effectively, and that $ $-filfittery
filfittery $-filfittery progress was being
Carload Of Teeners
Overturns In Zone;
2 Slightly Injured
A ear loaded with Alt antic side
teenagers ran out of control crash,
ed and ended up completely de demolished
molished demolished in a ditch yesterday yesterday-yet
yet yesterday-yet only two of the passengers re received
ceived received injuries, all minor.
The ear was being driven by
Robert Waters Masparron, 20, of
He suddenly lost control of the
car and it travelled 137 feet on
the right side of the roadway, then
travelled across the road at an an angle
gle angle of 45 degrees, ran over a 4 4-foot
foot 4-foot 5inch embankment and end ended
ed ended up on its. top over 60 feet from
the road.
.Passengers is the car were Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Anthony Catanzaro, 21, of
107 B Gatun, Dorothy Louise Haus Haus-er,
er, Haus-er, 19, of 8465 Margarita, Janet
Swicegood, 18, and Jeanne tie Car
men" a Swicegood, 18, both- of 314
C Colo Solo, and Pauline Marie
Pincus, 20, of 8047 7th Street, Co Colon,
lon, Colon, All -were taken to Coco Solo
hospital for treatment. Janet Swice
good received contusions to her
right arm and Pauline Pincus had
a fractured rib.
All Those Tourists
You've Seen Lately!
Fulgens
The Cydimon fulgens are at
it again they are migratinsf.
Each year at this time, since
at least 1917, hordes of green
and black moths are seen fly
ing about the Canal Zone. Still
little is known about these
creatures who yearly migrate
from west to east in the area
between Mexico and Ecuador.
Most of the time they are
seen within a few feet of the
ground. This pattern is only
altered when obstacles, such as
Duuainss or heavily wooded
areas, come in their path.
Birds, apparently, pay little
attention to the moths as far
as attacking them for eating
purposes, a has been noted
that they become bird food
only when they hit the ground.
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xne mum uupuiauon seems
to be Increasing in spite of the
large number of losses that oc
cur when they blindly fly into
automooues.
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Panama Area s
Reenlistment
Rate Takes Jump
The Panama Area reenlist reenlistment
ment reenlistment rate increased considera considerably
bly considerably durine .luly. Headquarters,
U.S. Army Caribbean an announced.
nounced. announced. The July rate was
43.2 percent, 12.fi peroentace
points higher than the 20.fi
mark reached in June.
Fort Amador, with a 70 per
cent mark, topped all other
Canal Zone posts in the race
for reenlistment honors. Close
behind was Fort Gnllck, follow followed
ed followed bv Fort Kobbe, Quarry
Helt hts anil Fort Clayton.
Nineteen of 30 eUlible E-5's
and above reenlisted In the
Panama Area for a mark ef
3.3. Sixteen of 51 eligible B-4's
and below took the oath for a
S1.4 percentage.

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on a world st ban.
East West technical talks at
negotiate n agreement
control tyitlm recommend-
mad in reaching agreement en
and crrying out substantial
arms eentrefcimeasures such as
the United States has long
sought. x v
the resident s statement was
sent to U. S. ambassador Llewel
lyn Thompson in Moscow to hand
over to the Russian foreign office
It also was sent to the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization conn
cil in Pans.
Father Admits Plan
To Kill 5-Year-0ld
Dashed On RP Rocks
Fernando Sa la zar a 23-
year-old Panama City tailor, con
fessed to the Secret Police todav
that he tried to kill his five-year-old
son, Armando, by dashing
him against the rocks at Las
Bovedas last Wednesday.
Little Armando was found on
the beach near the French Plaza
last Wednesday morning with his
feet tied together with a belt and
suffering from; blow on the
head.
Salazar showed up at the Chil
dren's Hospital to claim his son
last night and was immediately
arrested. Today he told detectives
that due to his desperate finan
cial situation he decided to kill
Bovedas and climbed the steps
near the Union Club until he
reached the top. With a heavy
heart, he threw the boy against
the rocks several feet below and
Walked away thinking he was
dead, he declared.
Salazar said he had intended to
commit suicide by taking a can
of ljtefhe had bought, bat chang
ed his mind after reading ihat
his son was still alive. Me said he
deliberated with himself for a
long time before deciding to give
mm sen up.
The boy was found crying by a
passerby about 100 feet away
from the spot where Salazar said
be had thrown him over. Salazar
has denied tying the hoy's feet.

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A MERCY MISSION ws,s performed yesterday When a USAP
mission to Ecuaddr aircraft brought a former Isthmian, Mrs.
Margaret cepwell, wife Of George Capwell former head of the
Panftma Puersa y Lua. and now vice president pf the Electric
Company in Guayaquil, to Albrook for treatment at Gorgaa
Hospital'. Above, Mrs. Capwell is being transferred to a wait waiting
ing waiting ambulance. Under treatment for cerebral hemorrhage,
she was attended on the flight by her physician. Dr. John G.
Parker, and by Dr. Paul W. Roberts, and nuree LuClelle Hern.
Mrs. Capwell's daughter and sister-in-law also were aboard
the' aircraft. Crew members of the aircraft were: pilot, CoJ.
J-ms O. Rob)rn,wTr., U8AF mission chief to Ecuador; co copilot,
pilot, copilot, MaJ. William Hemphill; crew chief, SSgt. Charles C:
rioiick, and racjib operator, SSgt. Walter Mayers. The crew
members are ail stationed in Oulto, and are aslgned to the
USAF Mission to Ecuador. (Official USAF Photo)

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POLICE AND FIREMEN UNION representatives smile broadly as Gov. W. E. Potter signs an
approval of the local application of the District of Columbia Police and Firemen's: Salary Act
of 1958 which results in a salary Increase for policemen and fire officers, in the. Canal Zone.
On the left is Samuel Roe Jr., legislative representative of the AFGE. Police Lodge No. 1798
and on the right is Sgt. John F. Rice, president of Local 13, IAFF.

NAACP Prepares Last

WASHINGTON Aug. tMUPI)The National Association for the Advancement of Colored
People (NAACP) prepared "to make s last-ditch appeal t the Supreme Court today that would
permit Negro children to re-enter ;flLittie Hock's beleaguered Central Hieh School next month,
i- Legal sources expressed belief 'there -was little chance the move would succeed.
-, Thurgood Marshall, NAACP thief counsel, said in New York yesterday he would come here
today with one of two or three possible motio ns seeking Supreme Court action to enable the
Little Rock, Ark., school to open on an integrated basis Sept. 2.
. Presumably, all the motions would seek to override the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals'
peals' Appeals' stay of its previous order requiring- the integration.

The Circuit Court at St. Louis
yesterday granted a Little Rock
school board appeal for a So-day
integration delay pending the ap appeal
peal appeal to the nation's highest court
for final disposition.
Shortly afterward, Superintsn Superintsn-dent
dent Superintsn-dent of schools Virgil T. Blos Blossom
som Blossom warned Little Rock Negroes

that they will not be permit permitted
ted permitted to register for the faM term.
"We art planning to open Cen Central
tral Central High mis September as en
all-white school," Blossom said.
The Supreme Court currently is
in recess for the summer, and
doesn't plan to reconvene until
Oct. 6.
But Justice Charles E. Whittak Whittak-er
er Whittak-er has jurisdiction over emergen emergency
cy emergency appeals from the Eighth Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit when the court is in recess.
Justice Department experts said
Whittaker could vacate the stay,
uphold it, or refuse to act until
the full court could review the pe pe-titon.
titon. pe-titon. Meanwhile Florida's Gov. Leroy
Collins has called on Congress to
head off more "Little Rocks" in
the South this fall by declaring a
six month moratorium on new in integration
tegration integration orders from Federal
courts.
It is time Congress accepts
"more responsibility" in seeking
peaceful solutions, he said.
If it does not, he warned, "ca "catastrophe"
tastrophe" "catastrophe" may be at hand for
the South and the nation.
In Norfolk, Va., Fedaral Judge
Walter E. Hoffman said today
ho will ask 'the Norfolk school
board to reconsider applications
of Negroes who were rejected

Air Force 'Bomarc'
Missile Tests Out
In Remote Control
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla Aug.
22 (UPD The Air Force scor scored
ed scored a near miss on a target
drone with a Bomarc missile
yesterday in a remote control
firing test described as "a com complete
plete complete success."
The needle-nosed interceptor
rocket roared up from the mis missile
sile missile test center here, but the
operation was controlled from
the SAGE electronic nerve cen center,
ter, center, 1500 miles away at Kings Kingston,
ton, Kingston, N.Y.
In the single previous test of
this long-range system Aug. f,
the Bomarc went wide of the
target.
The Air Farce sftld It was nbt
trying .to make a direct hit on
the pilOtless drone plane, which
was cruising over the Atlantic
about 2S0 miles away, and that
the Bomarc followed its pre prescribed
scribed prescribed flight pattern.
The 47-fcot miBSlle, which
travels at about two and a half
times the speed of sound, will
be installed at strategically lo located
cated located bases in this country in
the "very near future," ah Air
Force spokesman said.

Ditch Effort

gh bept.
because of race when they tried
to enroll at white schools.
Hoffman is going over the appli applications
cations applications of 53 of the 151 Negroes
who were turned down for white
schools, jj.
School board chairman Paul D,
Schweitzer admitted that four of
the Negroes whose cases were
under review were turned down
because of race. He argued that
racial violence would result form
their admission to while schools.
Charge Of Return
After Deportation
Filed On Berouido
As soon as Sixto Manuel Bergui Bergui-do,
do, Bergui-do, the man who was shot by
police while attempting to escape
arrest, recovers enough to be re released
leased released from hospital, he will face
a charge of returning to the Canil
Zone after deportation and may
be givenl a penitentiary sentence.
Berguijlo was stated at Gorgas
Hospital itoday to he still seriously
ill, but still improving.
He was shot in the head on Mon Monday
day Monday at Rainbow City by Police Policeman
man Policeman Dayid H. Hope, who with
another policeman was trying lo
arrest h&n as a returned depor deportee.
tee. deportee. Berguido fled, however, ana"
ignored many warnings before the
shot was fired.
He underwent emergency surge surgery
ry surgery to remove the bullet from his
skull. It is believed that he wiil
suffer no permanent disablement
as a result of the wound.
The case against him has been
filed at Cristobal Magistrate's
Court, and Judge Loren B. Hill-
singer has continued it until a later
date on the requejf of the police
! Bail has been set at $150.
Disability Checks
To Be Issued
Three Days Earlier
Disahilily relief checks will be
Issued next. Friday, Aug. 29 n
the old Ancon Dispensary building,
now the treasurer's office, on the
Pacific side, and at the old treasur treasurer's
er's treasurer's o fice, behind the Cristobal
Post Office, on the AKantic Side.
The checks will be issued three
days early this month because
Sept. 1 falls on a holiday.
Disability relief checks are issu issued
ed issued the first of cch monih, ex except
cept except when the first sails on a Sa
turday, Sunday or holiday. In such
cases, the checks are issued the
last preceding work day.

Get

Potter Approves
Local Application
Of D.C. Increase

A pay raise which is retroactive to Jan 12 this vear.

has been granted to police

orricers in rue Lanal ilone upon the approval by Gov. W.
E. Potter of the local application of the recent District
of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act of 1958.
The raise is being made in varying percentages de depending
pending depending upon the salary and class assignment. The over overall
all overall increase in the District of Columbia salaries was ap approximately
proximately approximately 13.8 per cent.
The raise was authorized yesterday with the signing
of the approval of the local application by Potter in a
special ceremony held in his office at Balboa Heights', in
Hie presence of representatives of the Police and Fire
Divisions.

Members of the loaal Police and
Fire Divisions will find the wage
increase reflected in the salary
checks they are to receive the
week of Sept. 2, it was announced
by the Ofifce of the Comptroller.
The retroactive pay will be in-
eluded ,m the My, cheeks tn. hs
iasued-. the weelTw WK".
The bill providing for pay raises,
of police members and officers
and fire of'icers in the District
of Columbia was signed Aug. 1 by
President Eisenhower. Salaries of
Canal Zone policemen and fire of officers
ficers officers are adjusted administrative administratively
ly administratively to reflect changes enacted by
Congress for these groups in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. ferry To Address
Local 900 Tonight
On New Retirement
A spokesman for Local flOO,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO has an announced
nounced announced that a special meeting
will be held tonight in the
music room of the Paraiso High
School to inform non-citizen
workers of the Company-Government
about the general prin principles
ciples principles of the Civil Service re retirement
tirement retirement program which will go
into effect on Oct. 5, covering
all regular full time employes
of the Company-Government.
The meeting will start at 7:30
p.m.
John Terry, chief of the Re Records
cords Records Branch of the Personnel
Bureau, accompstnned by Dr. D.
N. flaoluccl, Labor Liaison Of Officer,
ficer, Officer, will attend. Terry will
talk on the retirement pro program.
gram. program. All workers of the Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government have been asked to
attend this meeting.
Other meetings are being ar arranged
ranged arranged for the Pacific Side,
Gamboa and the Atlantic Side
of the Isthmus for the same
purpose.
The
Judge's Bench
Affiisttn naatillo. 32. Panama
nian, appeared before Judge
John Deming in Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court today on two
counts.
After being stopped while
driving a pick-up truck down,
Tlvoli Avenue it was discovered
that he had no Canal Zone li license
cense license and no inspection sticker.
He pleaded guilty to both of offences
fences offences fined $10 on the first
charge and $5 on the latter.
Leo Green, 48, a Britisher,
was charged with failure to
heed a "stop" order painted on
the highway at the Intersection
of C-Ll and C-12 Roads in Cu Cu-rundu.
rundu. Cu-rundu. He pleaded not guilty.
Judge Deming found Green
guilty and fined him $1-
Bail of $15 was forfeited by
Joseph Henrv Mantel, 37, an
American, wrfrn he failed to ap appear
pear appear to face a drunk driving
charge. It wax explained that
'he defendant had left the
Isthmus by ship last night.

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members and officers and fire
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
RUMORS' that Government and
Justice Minister Max HeuxtenW
would resign before October wet e
echoed today by "Faust0M,v a
house columnist in the tabloid
daily La Hora.
According to the rumors, Hettr.
tematie will resign to return to
his seat in the national Asse
bly in order to strengthlen the
group ot Assemblymen lor til"
iienovador faction of the Nation,
al Patriotic Coalition (CPN;
Reason for this move was said
to be the fact that the Assembly
is now controlled by the legisla legislators
tors legislators of Alejandro Remon's PNR
faction.
The CPN's ratification of the
"hilltop" agreement which enueJ
last May's student strike was re regarded
garded regarded last night by Student Kb t.
eration leader Andres Cantillo as
"either a strange, inconceivable
repentance" or a smokescreen be
hind which to plan new maneu.
vers.
Cantillo, the federation's secre secretary
tary secretary general, made the statement
in a radio address last night.,,.
f
Gypsies who had been deport deported
ed deported to Guatemala have reporteUlf
been captured by police authori
ties while attempting to return to
Panama over the Costa Ricatt
border. The gypsies are said te
have been arrested in the Balsas
region near Puerto ArmuelleSi.
Scholarship Fund
To Hold Outing
To Penonome
The Morgans Scholarship Funds,
will hold its annual outing on
Aug. 31 at Penonome.
The scholarship fund has Oem
able to assist two youths in fur
thering their studies abroad
Busses will leave Automobile Row
near the Seventh Day Advenust
Church, at 6 a.m.
$100 And Ulcers
Carlos Manuel Angulo. 33. pa
manian, left hospital briefly
to appear before Judge John Dar
ing in Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Angulo was charged with driv driving
ing driving while intoxinated down ruja
Road.
He entered oa o' not guilty.
Judge Deming found him guilty
and ordered him o ay a line of
$100, but the jail sentence of 10
days was su under the
condition that he not violate any
Canal Zone laws within the next
year. I
Angulo then returned to the bos
pital for tcstmen of his ulcers.
The Judge had suspended sen
tence because he said if Angulo
were sent to jail treatment of
ulcers would be paid by the U
government.

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FT. KOBBE'S DOG8
Sir;
. i uvc been told that some people have made complaints
through oiticial channels, Dut as the fruits of thtii labors have
amounted to nothing, 1 shall take this method of telling the world
of the horrid condition that has existed for some time in the Low
Cost or 800 area at Fort Kobbe. The trouble is dogs, and if they
have owners they too must be brainless, like their pets. Why can t
Uy, the owners, be made to control these beasts? Barking all day
and night is only a part of it. I have seen them chase the milk, man
and the paper man. I am afraid to let my children out to play.
The dogs may seem harmless bul they are as free as the wind
to come into anyone's car port and bite. The safety officer should
look into this
It never fails when the men are coming m late the dogs are
gure to let everyone know It. In the morning when the men are going
to work the dogs are there to say goodbye, and at S530 it's to damn
eariv for the kids or myself to have to get up.
I understand that Post Regulations say no pets if they are a
bother to ether people. This letter is no doubt not the approved of official
ficial official wav ot trying to get this mess slopped, but it just might make
the people who should correct the situation sil up and take notice.
If not 1 also have a congressman, and believe me I will nol wait to
tn ucr..r l u,riiu him a lei l.er. anJ in thai one 1 will name names.

CT- If the Navy can tell the women what they can wear, why can't
the Armv put a atop to this too at fort Kobbe?

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Peter Edson
In
Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) Eleven

years a.ter inception ot' the Mat

i-hall Plan to aid Europe, there n
still only one idea in Washington

lor solving problems in any part
oi the world that has anything
wrong with it. The formula is.

"throw em another hundred mil.
lion dollars." more or less.

That came out in President Ei

senhower's United Nations speecn

proposing an Arab development in
stitution. It came out less than 24

hours earlier in the State Depart

ment s announcement tha it was
now ready to support a Latin Ame

rican regional development insti.
tution.

THE SPEED with which this lat

ter idea was finally shoved over

the wire was positively breath tak.

ing. lor this plan for an inter.

American bank has been kickini

arouna wasntngton since 1941. The

answer before was alwayi "no."
But last January the Latin-Ameri.
cans began to eet serious about

having their own develonment

lank, even though the need was

Questionable. The trios of Vic

President Nixon and Dr. Milton Ei

senhower built up the pressure.
Secretary of State John Foster

Dulles flew to Rio for two days

oi iaiK with President Kubitseheck
and other (Brazilian o'ficials. That

fixed it. While Dulles was in Rio
the Arab development institution

idea got rolling at the White House

i

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS

nim which was so beaten and abused by Its owners that the opment institution plan Friday, Si
ors attempted to take up a collection to buy and destroy H.iturday and Monday. When It was

Well,

iw3

tort-

How irtnv times, after a goon meai. nave you onvm iuuu
the Canal Zone and seen poor, emaciated animals wandering aim

lessly or tied to stakes while the t.muy goes on

leave them without sneiter, water or iuuur

i of mistreatment of animals wnicn nave come iuu

ently but Which could not oe resoiveo. im w

1 1 hi i n ucniiivu v r wj i Ul a

he care of the man who lied up ni smaii non ami an mn

It twice to kill it, onlv succeeciine in spvcreiv innum;
. i- :i !.. t I,:- mnollorf "dumh" friends

,se instances oi man s innuiiiami' w iuo .-i..v...

a new low ior nomo sapieii:

What can be done about it? wen, aoes anyone nave a icw iiuu..,
onth that they would like to donate to a self-satisfying Job?. 11

be no bed Of roses. But, they win nave me expei icuw ui

i'ethine worthwhile of helping smmals who camwt nero inem-

telve Of course, if thev can only give iinanciai aa, n wm
:Bc task of those who are willing to do the hard work that much
"S So. anvone who cares to join forces with other animal lovers
and aid in Ihe establishment of a local chanter of the SPCA should
phon Arm" 83-5113 nr Navy 25-3029, so that this humanitarian
movement can get rtjlling on its mission to make our animal friends
cafe in our communities.
Animal Lover.

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WHEN DULLES sot back ig

Washington on a Thursday, it be became
came became obvious that if a develop,
ment institution was advocated for
the Middle East, there would have
to be one for Latin-America. OA.
erwise. the Latino would complain
that they were beine neglected
some more, while other less-des

erving countries that kicked Unci
Sam around, were given better
treatment.
The State Department staff work,
ers on the inter-American deveN

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HOW TO HIT THE LOTTERY

Part Two. Chapter Two.

Two. Chapter

Scene Two.

Sir:
Oil up the old double-barrelled shotgun, Fats, and keep your
doubV chin im while we go on a double date for a twin killing.

The two letters this weex are a nounie portion m v4
as a rare nessert for the purpose of double-dealing you into a hand
of paired numerals.
To be extra sure von are double-minded with a heavy concen concentration
tration concentration of two-fisted, do.'ble-aetion Lottery blows, here is a sentence
tha! will have you seeing double before the singular meaning can
be doped out: ,
Trouble doubled, then double trouble doubled, but doubled dou double
ble double trouble troubled trouble because double trouble's chances were
rWhi'e vou are untwisting yourself from that doubled up situa situation,
tion, situation, vou will have to turn this page upside down if you want to see
the chosen numbers which are you guessed it mostly double
fifiurs
Thirtv-six Seventv-six, Eleven, Twenty two, Ninity-nine.
The third rule of the Lottery can cause you many headaches
if vou do not stick to your choice when someone tres to tell you of
a hot hunch or dream. You can olay someone's "hot stuff" as some something
thing something extra on the side, but don't let it interfere or change your set
; of ammunition that you are so carefully nursing through the early
infauc weeks with money you can afford. You make changes only
when the right time dictates the change, and untii you are able to
j be completely in command over the first two rules, this third rule
can easily disgust you. is well as make or break vou when tempta temptations
tions temptations for doubling up gets into your blood A few dollars won is far
better than being in the red.
I call the third rule "conscription." Choose three or more num numbers
bers numbers to play everv week. One or two is not enough, because you
mav not know what a hit is until you have been stuck with them
as much as three years. But it is unlikely that three or five num numbers
bers numbers will sink you verv far into a hole, if vou can follow the rules
that are leouired by the natural laws of tfie Lotterv.
You can change any man made law, but natural laws are more
fixed. Nature doesn't change the law of gravity, ihe law of aver averages,
ages, averages, r.or the law of probability Those laws take one definite road,
so why not follow those natural ways instead of trying to change
them. Of course, if the time conies when you are able to seduce
nature into changing her law of gravitv (and vou can drop vour hat
upward instead of downward) then you won't be playing the Lot Lottery!
tery! Lottery! Youil be running it!!
I have not battled against anv natural facts or laws that are
known to us. I went along WITH them in order to find the unknown.
The results look good, but the task was more difficult than chal challenging
lenging challenging a skunk into a wrestling duel. Evervone knows what it
means to lose because thev continue to drfv Nature's laws that
have existed since time began. Isn't it best to accent those solid
1 foundations proven to be durable, and then, no matter what hap happens,
pens, happens, r.cceot those haDDenings also?
' The bit'erest troubles you have had in your life are not so bitter
when you know you were doing good and proper. But just examine
how good and pi ,ier you actually were before you say you did the
best you could!! The first act you did against Nature is probably
what "made your small 'roubles build up to what you caused to be become
come become bitter troubles. What was that foolish act? Was it your loose
tonfcue of hale that forgot what love means to neople? Was your
; life destroyed when Nature took someone else's life?
Only you nobody else you can follow the natural inner inner-'
' inner-' most instincts of pour mind when it is crystal clear and operated bv
', your heart. When your mind is ooen to your heart, then your heart
; will open ud to other hearts. What's the result of open-hearted lives?
Tho-e are the lives with the purest smiles, not forced smiles, and
THJSJ'U want to be around those lives because your mind wants to
Uarn how to smile like others. Why does vour mind want that ia ia-i
i ia-i tWartion? Simrlv because your heart is pounding away at your
thhiiC skull, and looking for hanpiness. which you fait to give to oth-
ers, and never receive yourself. Just keep sowing hate, and you'll
i be on the receiving end of hate, sooner or later. Nature never for for-1
1 for-1 geta to sow water into the earth, and then let the water rise up into
the clouds, and have the fresh water come down again for sowing
Surposes. It nature doing that for our good, or is it doing that for
ate?
When one of the mathematically chosen numbers hits (and no nothing
thing nothing is toing to stop it from hitting) my next le'ter is the story of
I my latest visit to t!'i amaring Witch Docor who bs discovered a
remedy that cures most ailments, if the patient follows the direc-
tiona and cooperates by taking small amounts every week or ten
days Heh, heh, heh. If you are not prepared for it, you'll be a
senseless wreck when the revelation appears along with the fourth
k rule of the Lo'tery. I'm still demanding two or three hits in one
k day. Patience will do it shortly.
BUaam, ... F J' K

THE NEXT DAY Underscore:
ary of State for Economic Affairs
C. Douglas DiHon issued a short,
formal announcement. It said the
U. S. is now prepared to consider
establishment of an inter.Americiin
regional develooment institution
which would receive support from
all member countries.
And the next morning in N"v
York President Eisenhower .lifted
the veil on his Arab development
institution. The official word is that
there is no connection between
these Latin-American and Arab de development
velopment development schemes. But the cynic,
al view is "tell that to the Ma
rines."
The absolute need for either of
these instituions is being senousbr
questioned, no matter how weu weu-intentioneti,
intentioneti, weu-intentioneti, noble and generous
their motivation may be. Th.- A A-rabs
rabs A-rabs can still get all the money
they need from the Eisenhrwei
Doctrine funds, or Baghdad Fact
military aid, if their projects are
sound.
If they can't get such aid, then
those two plans should be written
o"f as dead, the ooorer stales
might even barrow from their oil.
rich Arab relations.

THE SAME THING goes for t'e
Latin-Americans. They can get
hard money loans from World Bank
or Export-Import Bank. They can
pay back hard money loans from
development loan funds with soft
money. They can get agricultural
surpluses for almost any kind of
funny money. And studies have
now been authorized by Congress
for a new international lendig ;
gecy which could make even soft softer
er softer loans.
This situation is developing a
new racket in Washington for the
smart lawyers and influence boys.
For a fee, they will advise foreign
borrowers how to apply for hard
money loans to that they will be
turned down. After that, the fo foreign
reign foreign borrowers can go around the
block and atk for loans from the
soft money lending institutions on
easier terms.

I suspect that 11 you aummcd
up the cautative background be behind
hind behind most tragedies, major and
minor, you would find that in
most cases it was the snowball snowballing
ing snowballing of minor annoyances that
liually launched the avalanche.
This occurred to me aa I
listened to the thrashing the word
"divine" takes in female conversa conversation,
tion, conversation, both in America and England.
Everything it "divine". You look
divine. What a divine tie. Wbal a
divine day. The show was simply
divine. The dinner was divine.
I swear, in England once I
heard a lady say of a recently
dead relative: "ahe looked simply
divine in the casket." Now, please
The only justification 1 know of
the word ia contained in the
phrase: "To err is human, to for forgive
give forgive Divine," and that poicts
straight Upstairs, clt at the di divine
vine divine spot of egg on my vest.
While I am outlawing current
words that have lost nearly al o'
their former meaning I would
list the likes of adorable, cute, lc lc-licious,
licious, lc-licious, darling, sweet, lovely and
charming when applied to every everything
thing everything from hearing aids to lbs
weather.
I will thank you to- drop thp
word ''sweetie" from the language
altogether Things have gone too
far when the girls are calling the
girls sweetie and the boys are cal calling
ling calling the boys sweetie. Please,
sweeSie. give it a rest.
The English, whom I aoore
(There, d'you see, they've got me

Goldfine Moves
To 5ouare Accounts
V'Hh m Government

BOSTON (UPI) Industiralist
Bernard Goldfine moved on two
fronts today to square his ac accounts
counts accounts with state and federal gov government
ernment government agencies.
A Goldfine attorney filed an ap appearance
pearance appearance for him Tuesdav in
ne'ition by the Massachusetts Tax
Department for dissolution of
S rp'hmore Wollen Co. for failure
to file state income tax returns.
The firm is one of 1,200 state
firms named in similar actions.
Gold'ine't office here refused
comment on the case. The firm
allegedly had filed no returns
since 1954.
In Washington, meanwhile, an
overdue report to the Securities
and Ex ha f s Commission
showed another Goldfine proper
ty, the East Boston Co., to be op operating
erating operating $1,182,012 in the red.
Goldfine has been cited for con contempt
tempt contempt of Congress for hit refutal
to answer 22 questions about hit
withdrawal of $104,000 from the
Boston real estate firm. The
money was carried on company
books as uncollectable loans, ac according
cording according to testimony before the
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doing it), have been driving me
nutt for years with several ha habits
bits habits of speech that have become
widely infectious. No Englishman
or woman ever introduced any anyone
one anyone properly none that I ever
met, anyhow.
I may be in London or Nairol i
for the first time in my life, and
my host or hostess will pre ace ev
ery handshake with a mumbled
"D'you you know erh-hum-hahv"
even if er-hum hah is his molher.
And the host turns swiftly away
as if embarrassed at the associa association
tion association with either party on the
grounds that they might actuaUv
tell him their names and so fierce
him to introduce them properly.
As for the "Do you know? bit, if
I knew Jhe other gent or lady, he
wouldn't havedtadntreduce nte- u
( I prefer not to be addressed as
"friend" by comparative strangers
and you please will not call me
Bad or Doc. And you will refrain
from ca lig me by my surname
on slight acquaintance. You wiil
cal,! me Mister, if you p.'ease. I
got last-named to death in the
war and will have none of it now
that I'm a free man.
People who intersperse every
breath-pause in a sentence wi'h
"See what I mean"" of "Do ypu
see?' pronounced "jnosne" with n
question mark have lost my tr;tle
indefinitely, dyou see? Under
stand what I mean?
"As a matter of fact" gratej my
nerves, but not as much tW
'"British "in point of fact." I'm afo
honest guy. I believe you. Yoil
don't have to say "Believe me."
What are you telling me, lies, that
you have to keep calling attention
to the fact that, it's a fact? You
are wriing fiction already? And
"believe me," delivered so earnest
ly, ranks right along with "I mean
to say."
The Spaniard have one that
also drove me nuts. Everythiii"
that is pretty or attractive or tiite

is "mono," mono meaning; monkey
originally, and degenerating into
"cute."

I got tired enough of it to buy

a pottery baboon and plant it in
the bushes in the iron yard.
Any time anybody says the i lowers
food or house is"mono, I just say,
"Naturally. How mono is my mo
no?" Then they usually shut up
on the "monos" for a spell.
Well, it's a delicious day,
couldn't be more divine, Utterly
charming, so 1 think I shall go to
the country, couldn't be lovelier
there now, and give this a rest."
I mean to say, sweetie, as a mat
ter of fact, d'you see, it's hot as
hell in town, and couldn't be more
divinely sticky. That's because my
nerves are beftnnihe to eraekln

hand I dot't wfitto iMt asybody

with a chair. Understand what f
mean?

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NEW YORK For throa vaari

the cairo itauio has uoureu um'm

au almost never enums stream i

vitrtat atmsi ute Uimeu suie.
Even wutn jonn roster Dulles Wat
ottering Master the Aswan Dam.

Nasser rauio was blasuag tfcw
umed State in U diiiereui Asian
and African dialects, iA hours a
uay.

li even accused the United. States

of trying to poison tne Egypua-i

people Dy importing sick erne uis
unuer tne i'oint 4 program aimel
to aid Egyptian poultry .armert.
These irenzied radio blasts urg
mg Arabs to Kill King Hussein and
President Chamouu are one typ
of indirect aggression which ins
incited revolt behind the Aran v
sert Curiam, n eouuoies ueep, pas
sionate, bitter hate.
Here are typical radio broad
casts which illustrate the depth of
the hate, the difficulty of the proo'o

lera ucing the ujn Assemwy.

of destruction and

mercfi

t Lk'A a t.

Nasser en Duties' uipidmc
Hie is iiuiv nfloou, Utc aiau ul!

les saveu iioia umeai a..a pruo
A..IA -A s Vi. kCIILj inn 1.11.-, ..i :

crisis, iiu., vvuius up me auti

Ai KdUC UKt ,v-f

in a speecn Ju la hauiug toe
revwuuuu ui iraii, msser wo
Caimwu: "This hiu uau4
eubui YviUCh no 101 ee Oil eal'ui nag
ueeu aoie 10 ueauuy or annihilate,
mis is Arab nationalism, wu.. ..
lumevj 4 ikdw uuu uiiu aiiu ass
set. iirui to iaise tne -lag oi tree
uom. .jpressitu, occupation, and
imperially. ,i will eiunioie.
. "imperialist quislings will col
lapse auu xau. ,.e nave already

seen now imperialist quiSUUfeo ..-
Mud pwpjv vi yoiie will free
themselves. ..To UUi enu. we will
sacriuct) every mop oi our blood..
I ten your bretnren in jagui4l

p VU jum Hi cull Ul Ul JJd&iI'Mli
Vo ci at tha Aran ta tha Aran All ,.i .. ,,

---- -- .... o ic nun JUU, uicuiteil
worib, July 30: "Arab brother, wtAU oi us will caay arms wuu yuu

brethren Every urop oi our bloo4
is yours. May Uod guiue the wnu'a
Arab natuin. fence uy with you."

us consider American imiipi lalum

a model of ail other imperialism
Today American imperialism is thu
one which will lead all the im tie

rialists to their downfall, God will i More anti Dulles vitriol The
ling, through the aspirations o. Cauo itauio, miu m. me uewspan
rilllloc nnrl hie nnlinv .. -i.,l,..i, or A I .. !,... .

which is hostile to all peoo es said Nasser did not represen.
The Soviet Union invited the lead rab uanOu!,. ,ttfu uien Ujl
ers of imperialism to a meeting jet, does represent Arab nation

i'" mou uauci a uiu uic icttuci a auaui r ffuu among yoUT 3211 S

of other neutral powers such as
India to discuss the danger threa
tening world peace in our Middle

mrelings and brokers representa

"""ujiu is 11 vuauiuun
who can only face the Lebanese

icuiug wunu peace m our iwiaaieiwnu can oniy lace the Lebs

r.asL. wnai was inp answpr m imp nrm p with thu L'i. .

. - r ."V .win i il-ci 1VJ4
imperialists? The answer was prolines and Uj ti. planes, the man

wnp sought help in occupational
armies so that he .might re remain
main remain in office under tha frnetoa

ship of Robert Murphy? Is this

crasli nation, deiay, and obstru

fion. . American imperialism
would not like to sit at the very
same table at a time when its

- iitu i ovuut iuuipny ig uju
hands are stained with the blood the man who represents Arab na-
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nited States hopes through an ato
mie war to dominate the people
of the world and annihilate them
as it did, the original, people o:
America."
Dulles onca saved Nater ir.
1956, when Britlth, ittatlt and
French troops were pounding Cai
ro and Nasser wag .cringing, in a
bomprooi cellr in: Cairo suburb,
Dulles was Given credit for savin?

Nasser. Ttday hare is what Nis

ser s raaio hays about the mnn
who saved him: (Cairo, Egyptian
Home Service, July 30): "The n
sire for peact will triumph despita
Dulles attempts to spark off a
war everywhere, his attempts in
Washington. Berlin, arid London tr
provoke general apprehension in
stead of summit talks which of

fer the last chance to save the
world.". .
Again on July 29 "Dullet wts
the oniy one who opposed the end
ing of the war in Indochina in tie
name of the American war and
arms mPrphaluc XWm rbnlrlaeon.ee

... ... ............ .j V V ... .1 ,1
With tha -tivan rvf thp innl nvnmnl I f

, f."" j

ea mm-to tnreaten the use of atj
mic bombs in order that this war
might continue and remain a per
manent source of gain for thoss
who sought gain at any cost. .
"There is also Guatemala. There
was in Guatemala a legal govern
ment which best represented the
people. However, this govern
ment's policy was not in accord
with Foster Dulles' aims. Becauss
oi this, Foster Dulles launched a
military campaign against the
Guatemalan government and Over
threw it. The U. S, aim was
and continues to be the .uprooting
Of the DeODle.'s HhprAtinn mnua

iments, anc? domination of them by

iorce in oraer to guarantee the
sources of raw materials ,and cheap
labor. The aim of American im
perialism was and continues to be
dragging the people to war whon
ever possible. War is the source
of enormous profits to the war ind
arms merchants among American
inoustrialists. ""
"Dulles krlnws tha faftt I 11 mil if 11

ly (that the Arabs are the only

power in tne Arab East), but he
wants to ienlte a war In tha MiH

die East. He does not eara fn.

the people or for peace. What he
wants is the oil, cheap raw ma's
rials, and ehcan labor as wail

the opening o: markets to the A

merican arms merchants the

tionalism. iiulies? whn u tha ..u

er one? Is it Hussein, the King
of Jordan, who it in a palace sur
rounded by, British tanks and in
an office guarded by British ctie
ers? It it the king who unleashej
occupation armies against his coun
try and people instead of liberating
this country from armies and ot
cupation? Who else?. .
"The Iraqi people have ntt le't
behind any traitor, agent, or brak
er. It is the Arab people who l. i
Dulles. As for you, you do not
gnow anything otherwise you wouii
not have turned your country into
an island surrtunded by hatred
Peace will triumph despite tha
evils engineered by Western im
perialism

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SIDE GLANCES

Bv Calbraith

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Teamster
Barney Baker shouted angry de denials
nials denials yesterday to sworn te$ti
mony that he knew the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of the missing Greenlease
kidnap money and was a good
friend of New York Gov. Averell
Harriman.

The 300-pound aide and friend
of Teamster President James' B.
Hoffa cried that two scorned worn
.en-r-his former wife and an ex ex-girl
girl ex-girl friend made the charges in
an effort to wreak "vengeance"
on him. He said they both lied.
Baker, his bulky frame quiver quivering,
ing, quivering, said it was "shocking" that
the Senate Backets Committee
should think he might know some something
thing something about the Greenlease "blood
money." As for Harriman, he bel

lowed that he was not "close

said that "somebody has perjured
himsel '."
"You can bet your bottom dol dollar
lar dollar on that, and it's not me, sir,'
Baker said.
Harriman Denies Friendship

Harriman has denied any close
association with Baker. But he
said Baker had been active as a
Temaster leader in his behalf in
the 1952 District of Columbia pres presidential
idential presidential primary. Harriman also
said the two might have met cas casually
ually casually at the 1956 Democratic na national
tional national convention
Baker categorically denied' ever
telling his ex-wife that Costello got
the missing Greenlease kidnap
money. He said he had no idea
where the money might be.
"The FBI followed me around

at for two years and never asked me

"They sus-

Hnco rlncp" tn thp governor

they said I was." a qyestion," he said.
Baker's exwi e. Mollie, testified I Phoned everybody.!'

Tuesday that he was "very close,
very close, very close" to Harri Harriman.
man. Harriman. She also said Baker once
told her that Joseph Costello, St.
Louis taxi executive, got the miss missing
ing missing $300,000 Greenlease kidnap
ransom in 1953.

Ex-Girl Testifies
Yesterday (Baker's one time
girl friend, Mrs. Ruth .Brougher,
testified that he was "very friend friendly"
ly" friendly" with Harriman. She also
swore that in 1955 Baker told her
he was "on the lam" from New
York and could not go back "un "until
til "until after Gov. Harriman was
elected."
Mrs. Brougher, .44 year old
blonde, was brought before the
committee from her jail cell at
the Lowell, Pla., correctional in institution
stitution institution where she is serving a
15-year term for the 1954 shooting
of Miami unionist Murray Dubois.
Baker, a roving Teamster or

ganizer, denounced his former

wife's testimony as the "venge "vengeance
ance "vengeance of -a woman, a woman
scorned." He said it was designed
tn destroy Harriman politically.
He called Harriman a "decent"

man whom "I honored and
loved."
''It excites me to see good peo people
ple people being destroyed." he declared,
his voice rising; He added that
Harriman 'don't evetr know what
I look like."
Sen. Irving M. Ives (R-N.Y.)
commented that Mrs. Brougher's
testim6ny ''corroborated" some of
Mrs. Baker's statements. Ives
noted Jhft in witnesses before the
committee were under oath and

Committee ciunsel Robert F.
Kennedy, his own voice nearing a
shout, told Baker he was "in with
gangster and hoodlum in the Unit United
ed United States." Kennedy said it was
not "so shocking that yoc should
be connected with the Greenlease
money."'
Baker, assertinr that he was a

"God fearingman," again protest

ed to being linked with "blood "blood-tainted
tainted "blood-tainted money." He also said the
committee's information about
U.S. racketeers was "just cloak
and dagger stuff from the beer
days."
Mrs. Brougher rattled off the
names of underworld characters
and unionists as she told of her
life and association with Baker.
She said she lived with him "or a
while before he was divorced and

that he 4pent $20,000 to $25,000

ministering to her needs.

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AFL-CIO Chiefs Adapt
New Clean-Up Formula
UNITED HOUSE, Pa. (UPI)-1 138, 138A and 138B. Witnesses at
The AFL.CIO command yesterday rackets hearings charged that
adopted a new clean-up f o r strong-arm tactics were used to
mula designed to end union cor-1 keep an iron grip over he lo lo-ruption
ruption lo-ruption without resorting to the j Cals. Union directed reforms
ultimate penalty of ouster from were inadequate, the ethics report
the federation. said.
It ordered the 270,000 manl -Oust Peter Weber as business
member Operating Engineers to agt of Newark Local 825 on
get tough, with rackets elements grounds that he sold a building to
even while praising the ufrion for ihls making $11,000 profit,
starting on the road to reform. -Adopt democratic procedures
The AFL-CIO executive coun-'and strlct accounting methods to
cil kept the union under supervis- Prevent domination of the mem mem-ion
ion mem-ion and threatened, a full-scale in-, bership and disclosure of union ft.
quiry by its ethics policing com-,na"ces-
mittee if its directive was ignored. I M"By ,sald the formula of the
Council President George Meany 1 engineers reporting on clean up
said the federation wanted to test I Pgress to the council could have

the new leadership of the organ-j "J"1 appiiea w ine now-expeiiea
iiatinn that was hlsfirt hv Sen. I Teamsters Union if ames R.

ate rackets investigators as
a tyranny run by lavish-living

'He refused to go to bed for me, Mrs. Perkins 4 said
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Last 'Shouting Blues Singer
Shouts At His Own Funeral

C-119 Pilot, Crew
Pull Dangling Man

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The ''auick reaction" of a C-119

pilot and crew drew credit today

for the rescue of a young para paratrooper
trooper paratrooper from a close brush with
death.
Pvt. David Lr Creager of Den Den-nison,
nison, Den-nison, Oh one of. about 250
101st Airborne Div. paratroopers
participating in a training exercise
here, bailed odt of the flying box boxcar
car boxcar only :Ul have his ctafte fail.
Young Creagei" was' caught in
the slipstream of the plane, hang hanging
ing hanging helplessly by his static line,
which was connected inside the
plane.
Staff Sgt. Clifford E. Landing Landing-ham,
ham, Landing-ham, crew chief of the plane, no noticed
ticed noticed Creager hanging 20 to 25
feet behind the plane and notified
the pilot, Capt. Robert E. Wilson.

Wilson immediately toop steps
to rescue Creager. He lowered the
flaps on the plane, causing the
air speed to decrease and went
back to investigate Creager's
plight.
Wilson working without a para parachute,
chute, parachute, and other crew members
tied ropes to the static line and
gradually pulled Creager back up
to the door and into the plane.
As soon as he was hauled into
the plane, artificial respiration
was administered. Air pressure in
the slipstream had almost suffo suffocated
cated suffocated him.
"The quick reaction of the air aircraft
craft aircraft crew undoubtedly saved the

man's, life," Col. Gordon T. Kim

ball said. "It was a heroic per
formance.", ;

Soviet Submarine
Squadron Believed

Heading for Med.

LONDON, Aug.' 22 (UPI) A
five-ship Soviet submarine squad squadron
ron squadron headed south 'from the Eng English
lish English channel today apparently
bound for the Mediterranean.
The four 2,600-ton long range
subs ancj their depot ship were
spotted by British Royal Navy u u-nits
nits u-nits late yesterday as they sailed
through the Straits of Dover.
Similar Soviet submarines, cap capable
able capable of moving on the surface at

more than 20 knots, have been

reported operating as far from
Russia as the. Antarctic Ocean.
Russian sources gave no clue
to the vifcseiSVahd as is usual in
such case their movements were
flot reported by Moscow Radio
broadcasts monitored here.
Western speculation about their
Ultimate destination varies, but
most sources believed they- almost

certainly were bound for the Med Mediterranean.
iterranean. Mediterranean. In that case they
probably would pass Gibraltar by
the weekend;

CHICAGO (UPt)-The ghostly
echoes of Bill Broonzy'3 blues
were pent up in the record lib libraries
raries libraries for good today, but 3ill was
making music "across the river"
with Bessie Smith and ell the otn.

er great ones.
Big Bill couldn't even wait until
he made the crossing. He sang
at his own funeral Tuesday, sum summoning
moning summoning "Sweet Chariot" to carry
him across. ., ..
While Big Bill, a smile on his

face, lay in his casket in a South
Side funeral parlor, the old Negro
spiritual the last record he ever
made was played for more than
200 persons who came to play their
last respects.
Death took Big Bill Friday but
only after a mighty effort, when
he could hold Out against wasting
cancer no longer. He was 65 and
the last of the "shouting blues
singers" from jaw" springtime.
Rase Painted
Broonzy's widow Rose fainted
when she heard his husky voice,

accompanied by his own guitar.
Gosnel sineer Mahalia Jackson

end folk singers Brother Sellers

and Win Stra-cke sang their tri tributes
butes tributes to Bill, after he sang his
farewell to all those who helped
him rise from labor on a Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi farm to world fame.

It seemed that Bill didn't want
folks to mourn him too much, but
several women murmured "yes,

Lord." and others began to sob

Finally, the widow yielded to sor sorrow
row sorrow and moments later had to

be helped from the room.
Big Bill's love of the blues went
bevone sineine them. He wrote

some 350 songs of the wor, me

joy and burdens of his people.

"Big man had died"
His big voice helped to bring
fame to the writers of other songs,
too famous songs like "John
Henry" and "Careless Love."
He had the size and heart for
them all, just like Queen Bessie
herself. They belted out their
songs with devotion and power
enough to shake He rafters over
their audiences.
But jazz specialist Studs Terkel
summed it all up.
' "On the morning Bill died, there
was rain and thunder and
lightning as though the very ele elements
ments elements recognized that a big man
had died," Terkel said.
Then the gathering joined him in
a toft "amen."

labor barons.

The council also demanded that
the union begin to act within 60
days, on a nine point program
outlined by the ethical, practices
committee. The union was ordered
to: ;
Drop extortionist Joseph C
(Jey) Fay from the payroll of
his former Local 825 in Newark,
N.J. It was disclosed that Fay and
his wife; obtained $238,000 of
union funds after he was convict convicted
ed convicted in 1947.
File charges against ex-president
William E. Maloney, who
bilked the union of one and
a quarter million dollars he spent
on race tracks, golf clubs and pri private
vate private yachts. This could mean le-

1 action to recover some of the

funds, Meahy said.

Remove William De Konig and
his son from control over the no notorious
torious notorious Long Island, N.Y., Local

Hoffa had stepped down as pres

ident. But now the scandal-rocket
Teamsters would have to do much
more than that, Meany said.

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$5,600,000 Worth
Of Goods Exported
To Soviet Bloc
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
Commerce Department reported
yesterday that it licensed $5,600,.
000 worth of goods for export to
Soviet bloc countries in the sec second
ond second quarter of this year.
It said this Was a small increase
over the firstquarter total but a

drop from the $6,400,000 figure for
the final three months of 1957.
In a quarterly report to Con Congress,
gress, Congress, Commerce Secretary Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair Weeks noted there still was

total embargo on U.S. shipments
to Communist China, North Korea
or North Vietnam.
Licenses issued for Eastern Eu European
ropean European destinations in the second
quarter-coved Such items as
drill rigs for coal mines, auto
parts, textile machinery p a rt s,
soybean oil and corn shelling ma machines.
chines. machines. The report said this country im imported
ported imported from Eastern Europe such
diverse items as cameras, boring
machines, artificial fruits and
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Threaten Further
Reprisal Killings
ALGIERS (UPI)-Algeria's reb rebel
el rebel national liberation movement
warned today it will carry out fur further
ther further "reprisal" killings on French
soldiers captured during the Al Algerian
gerian Algerian war.
The FLN announcement, in a
letter handed over to French offi officials
cials officials some time ago and made
public today, said the death of
Lt. Olivier Dubos was "a cry of
warning."
Dubos, S5-year old father of
three, 'was shot dead by the FLN
"executed by the FLN" in retalia retaliation
tion retaliation fofr the death of rebel army
Lieutenant Salhi Hocine."
The death of Dubos, who ac according
cording according to captured rebels had

worked as a lackey for the FLN

for several months following his
capture last February, roused a
wave of anger throughout France.
Newspapers carried angry editor editorials
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was found, French officials said,

was a sign saying "executed by
the FLN." The letter to his moth mother,
er, mother, which also was made public
this week, said that Dubos had
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Meanwhile Algeria- wide activi
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French troons hunted for rehel

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FRIDAY, AUGUST tt, 1951

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RECEPTION FOR MEMBERS OF BERLINER BALLET
WILL BE HELD TUESDAY EVENING
limitations have been issued by the Charge d'Affairs ad
interim of the German Embassy, Bernard Wolff, for a re reception
ception reception to be held Aug. 26 at his residence in La Cresta for
the members of the Berliner Ballet after their opening per per-formanc
formanc per-formanc at the National Theater.

Lovely Queen Rita I, who re re-signed
signed re-signed so successfully this year
wife of the (lin ing Carnival, will again preside
Commander over the dance, accompanied bv
from three her court of princes and onncess.

lean tne various cos-

Mrs. Conay Hosis
At Tea Yesterday
Mrs. John Coney,
Fort Clayton Post
. toa vp1rda

. A..inrk for the officers' es. She w

wives of Fort Clayton. Anion;; the
60 guests were Mrs. Gaither. Mrs.
Dasher and her two daughter.;.
Mrs. Hyatt and Mrs. Priest; Mrs
Wyrock and her mother. Mrs. rlet rlet-cher;
cher; rlet-cher; Mrs. Moore, wi c of the Fort
Past Comander; Mrs.

Jones, wife of the 1st Bat'.le Group
t Fort Kobbe and Mrs. McDulf,
wife of the Quarry Heights Post
Commander

turned groups which will compte
for the best comparsa prize.
Two orchestras, Clarence Mar Martin
tin Martin and Lucho Azcarraga, will play
the many popular Panamanian
Carnival melodies old and new to
delight one's ear and set one's feet
to dancing.
DIadisin 1, "Carnavalito" Queen
of Ihe Union Club and her court
will make their entrance during
the evening. Everyone is invited
to come and enjoy an evening of
fun and gayety.
JM...ULU ON PAGE FIVE)

Films On Newspaper, Religion
To Be Shown At Balboa YMCA

"Names'' in the news and jour
nalists who record it are feature;)
in "Assignment: Mankind," a new

motion picture in color to be

on

, II I Li-AArn

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Urban if I shown at the Balboa YMCA

ri,rr,nalo Tevas announce me sept. L

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marriage of their daughter, Lorna
Helen to Pvt. Thorny E. Hughes,
ion of Mr and Mrs. William E.
Hughs of Cristobal on May 13 in
Fort Leanard Wood, Missouri.

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Th film deniels the complex

and challenging job of getting o it
an international daily newspaper.
A second film, "The Enr'h
Shall be Filled," a composite
presentation of three television
presentations also will be shown

under the sponsorship o me raei raei-dauehter
dauehter raei-dauehter j c side Christian Church

,k'-i ml vU nlane fo mentiry is The Christian Scene"
Iboa le t recently via plane for Bos(on,s journalistic lan(-
istufc Fla. where she will be i ,urrpnt celebrating i,

mark currently celebrating

memper o w joth anniversary

the high school. She will De tne, ..Assignment: Mankind" tell-

instructor. Miss nose gra-,,. inrv f Hav in lhp h! of

the Monitor. Besides showing the

mmip instructor Miss Kose gra

duated las! June from Florida!
S'ateJCtniversily wifh a Bachelor
Degree in Music Education.

Carnavalito Tomorrow Night
The- El Panama Hilton will hold
Us tutional "Carnavalito" to to-norrwr
norrwr to-norrwr night at 9 p.m. in the
patioX.

ar-livilipc of editorial advertising

production, and circulation pel son
nel in Boston, the picture in
eludes a round-the world survey of
Monitor correspondents at work in
the United States. England, Ei
rope, the Middle East, and Asia.
Among the notables who appetr

Tomorrow
it's
CARNAVALITO
from 9 p.m.
in the patio
Admission: $1.00

Colombian Carousel

Answer to Previous Puiile

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1 Colombia 'i
capital
7 li is partly on
the Iithmus
of-,
13 Idolizes
14 Straighten
15 Rat
18 Withdraw
17 Bitter veSth
18 Excellent
(slang)
20 Meadow..
21 Cutting replies
23 Small island

26 Editors fab.)

36 Meditate

in the film are Vice President
Richard M. Nixon; U.S. Sen. Lyn
don B. Johnson; Dag Hammarsk
jold, secretary-general ot the U
nited Nations; Paul-Henri Spaak,
secretary.general o.' the North Ai.
lantic Treaty Organization; Dr
Homi J. Bhabha, chairman of In
dia's Atomic Energy Commission;
Sir Roy Welensky, Prime Minster
of the Rhodesian Federtion; Dr.
Ernest George Jansen. Governor

General of South Africa; and

Mayor Gershon Agron of .lerusa
lem.
Anthony Quayle, a leading Brit
ish actor.director and cinema star,
is heard as narrator of "Assign
ment: Mankind."
The Monitor documentary was
produced and directed by Jack
Alexander, alumnus of the March
of Times television series, who
has written and directed far1
films for government agencies
business firms, and religious an.
service organizations. The script
is by John Beaufort, New Yof.

theater and motion picture rntie j
of the Monitor,
The film features and original!

score by Canada s Louis Apple
haum, who has composed music
for numerous documentaries, fea
ture films, and broadcasts over
United States and Canadian n

works. Applehaum serves the
Stratford Shakespearean Festival
of Canda as composer, director of
music, and director of the Film
Festival.

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needs is more love and affection.
Tell him you love him. Tell him
in words and other ways many
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No recommendation seemingly
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and guilt about other feelings, the
more relaxed they are and are

thereby capable of expressing all
the love they genuinely feel.
From all the writing and talk talking
ing talking about "giving love," one
might conclude that .one is dealing
With a Well-definid, uniform com commodity
modity commodity from the assembly line or
prescription counter. The answer
to this problem is for parents to
find a real and honest balance in
relation to their own expreriences
and feelings for the child.
The modern psychological preo preo-cupation
cupation preo-cupation with "giving love" may
be a sound revolt against overstern
discipline and sterile neglect. Yet
it carries the danger that some something
thing something that can be truly expressed
only as an emotional experience
becomes an intellectualized and
empty gesture.
Children are not easily fooled

about true feelingsBegardless of
how often it is droned into a child s
ear thst he is being loved, he will
respond to what is really going on.

He is resonsive to genuine expre?.
sion of concern and' love without
having it spelled out in so many
words and over and over again.
With all the talk about "always
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is exactly what is needed. Under
the influence of too much psycholi psycholi-gizing,
gizing, psycholi-gizing, there may be a general
tendency to go on too long with
an attitude that was correct earlier
but new may serve to keep the
child immature.
There is probably no greater
misfortune for a child than his
parents not maturing in their own
capacity for loving him.

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SPUTNIK SANDWICH
NEW YORK (UPI) A one-dish
meal to delight the small fry is
this Sputnik sandwich, a prize win winner
ner winner in the National Restaurant As Association's
sociation's Association's annual sandwich con contest.
test. contest. Split and toast 4 large English
mu fins. Spread each half with but butter
ter butter or margarine. Spread 4 havlves
with honey. Top each with 2 slices
crisp bacon, two 1-4-inch sliced
peeled orange, and crisp lettuce.
Close with muffin halves and in insert
sert insert wooden picks to make a "v."
P.lace pimiento-stuffed olives at
top of each pick.

ONE of the characteristics of
the really great bridge player is
his ability to take advantage o.
everything that goes on at the
table.
Alvin Roth of Washington, D.
C, who has beeen on everyone s
top ten list for years, ducked the
king of spades and West con continued
tinued continued with the queen.
East had a terrible time finding
a discard on that second spade
and finally dropped tne nine of
hearts. Alvin ducked again and
West gave up the spade suit and
shifted to the ten of hearts.
The game wavs duplicate and

overtricks were important. Alviirj

thought a while and decided that
East's troubfe at trick two was
due to possession of three four four-card
card four-card suits. In that case there was
an opportunity for a rare thre'a
suit squeeze to pick up two extra
tricks and Alvin decided to play
Tor it.
He won the heart lead in his
own hand and led back his re.
maining low spade. A heart wa
discarded from dummy and East
dropped a diamond. West led his
last heart and Alvin won in
dummy. He now came to his own
hand wifh the ace of clubs and
was ready for the kill.
He played the ace of spades
and discarded a diamond from
dummy.
East went into a hopeless hud
die but there was nothing he
could do. A heart discard would
set up two heart tricks right
away and a club or diamond dis discard
card discard Would simply postpone the
inevitable.

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North East South West
2 Pass 3 Pass
4- Paas v
You, South, hold;
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What do you do?

" " ir ii u s, inn
shows the aee and gives your
partner a chance to take fall con control
trol control from then on.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with
a bid of five diamonds. What do
you do now'i
Answer Tomorrow

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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM

Peggy King's intimates say the

cute singer has "almost forgot

ten" her long-time fiance, the briL

liantly talented Andre.' Previn be

cause si: s fallen hard for a Wash

ington, D.C., newspaperman A

nita Ekberg and Tony Steele are
planning a husband.and-wife nig i
club act a la Jayne Mansfield and
Mickey Hargitay ...Beautiful Na

cy Oakes is due back in Nev

i one, ner romance with Michae:
Parker (Prince Philip's pal) a
standstill ... Selene Walters, now
in California, is on the verge of
pressing "peeping Tom" charge,
against a Broadway producer. Iler
close friends are trying to per
suade her to forget it and- avoid
the notoriety!
Certain key Parisians: hope Ma Marilyn
rilyn Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller
really have Paris inked 4 their
datebook for September, ;a pre premised.
mised. premised. The gala party scheduled
to take place on a Seine river boat
to celebrate the success in .France
of Miller's "A View. From $p
Bridge" was canceled at the last
moment and the new date set sc
the playwright and his -world.fam-ous
wife can be present.

The pretty brunet teenager dane.
ing cheek-to-cheek with Gene Ke!
ly at El Morocco was his daught daughter,
er, daughter, Kerry ... City Hall scuttlebpt
has it that Corrections Cotnmr
Anna Kross will resign her pd;l
within 60 days ... Ex Pjjesldent
Herbert Hoover recently told
newsDapermen his advanced age
had limited him in the realm of
sports, but it's possible he mar be
catching some lake trout these
davs. He's vacationing with Mr.

and Mrs. Richard E, Berlin- af.

their Summer place in Murray Murray-Bay,
Bay, Murray-Bay, Quebec. v ; ,.
Travelers returning from-Paris
rennrt that Greta Garbo may have
started a new style that won't be
exDensive to follow. She was so"
ted strolling around the boulevard?
wearing a hii BeCkkd WeW wi
a rone tied around her waist. 1
Witnesses to Meyer Xansky'x, re return
turn return to Havana sav iUwsiis not)iint;
less than triumphal', wfth hih.
ranking members o' the police
force embracing him as if he were
a brother. To quote one observer;
"The way they greeted him. ycuV
think he'd cantured Castro" ... It
mav be hist that good old tnihli'ri

ty bit, but doh't jfe silrjirlstd1 t

rean items ntiRing ssmntv Dav
is Jr., with Delia Reee'. They're
both about to make the iBorscht
Circuit scene.
A hot rumor around town his
it that an English tobacco compa company
ny company is close to aehi'evine; a cncer
nroo" ciearet. '?J.fhetlfflacr Orchid
in CWcao.' woeWIfottmynMathK
got his first big break, is. seeking

Sugar Ray Robinson for a Fill
booking with two top jazz stars as
partners ... George Oe Witt hss
his eye on the newest Italian dt,
light, 21.year old Sandra Milo,
who is a Vittorio de Sica protegee.
He'd like her to corae to the U.S.
to compete with Sophia and Gins
lor local newspaper space.
i.Tip to the autograph hunters;
Gary Cooper and Maria ScheH. are
.giving a luncheon party at Sardi's
on Aug. 18 Th$ Bronx district
attorney's office may be fascinat fascinated
ed fascinated "to learn that certain parties
involved in the laundry monopo monopolies
lies monopolies have taken over" in imniri

number of the telephone answering

vW7 Tffy fffM vsj,uv nouniui)
tactics to force recalcitrant ind.
pendents out of business.
Eydie Gorme's LP, "Eydie In
Love" is a wow. She's forsaken
the ricky tick tunes in favor J6f
some great standards that re'!y
show off her powerful singire
style1. The Autumh ahd Winter
bookings for the Roundtablo shoutd
intrigue jazz fans George Shear
lng's quintet In November follow followed
ed followed by Woody Herman with art all all-star
star all-star sextet, then Cm-nt Basie and
a combo and Lionel Hampton with
a small group.
The hottest rumor in torrll
Washington insists thai President
Eisenhower has asked Thomas F.
Dewey to, sep in end take over
Sherman Adams' job 'or the dur.
ftion ... Get ready, drama-lovers.
Tempest Storm, the slripoor, ha
applied for enrollment with th
American Theater Wing for coach,
ing in stage technique vnder such
luminaries as Jule Styno and
Guthrie McClintic.
-
. Roger Vadim, who rate -as one
of the hisily esteemed writer -1if-eetors
in the French cinema world
his been drivin? his souped un
Ferrari around the Riviera Tjke
wild man, and his worried frier.ds
aren't, convinced by RU explan
tion that he's in trsiQiht to enter
the. perilous Mflte Mills" race n
Taly. Thfy fear he's dram?
the fact that he canlt out fttt ovj
t his 'eli"t?s for his e wife, ri
gitte Bardot. and his disappoint
ment over the cool boxoffic re.
centipn to his most recent films.
Cesar, Romero is being urged 6
Vrit" a bOok about his grandf'h grandf'h-er,
er, grandf'h-er, the Cuban patriotic. Jose May
fi. "A rouble of,Im'ovie;sturiio$ hvt
vineefl interest1 In tW' 1le.;.Da.
vid 'Merrick really is flyiwstia rick rickshaw
shaw rickshaw from HongkMHpdo ew York
to ue'in thi Rroadi'Mv nro''uc,;nn
of "The World of Snshs Wong
this area could produce one. .
None o' the proorty houses in
MjarM ech w4tl a?oi,n 'u $nt
litre both the Republican and Dem- 8
1960. r s

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...HHMB

CARD OF THANKS
Mr. luan L. Jenkins, daughters Nancy and Donna and
" V' : '. ml; ... : ,i t
son David, wish to Aknowledre with sincerity the many
expressions of sympathy, eards, flowers, heart fund dona donations
tions donations and the various services offered upon the recent
loss of cur beloved wife and mother
RUTH M. JENKINS

OHlf Letter!

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SEE-TH ROUGH SACK-
. Something new for the farmer's
daughter is this transparent,
waterproof, "sack" dress, mod modeled
eled modeled by Elaine Durham in Kan-
sas City, Mo. The dress is a
gag, of course, because it's ac-
tually a new type of polyethy-,
lena plastic fertilizer bag now
being used to package am ammonium
monium ammonium nitrate for farm use.
After the bag is emptied there
are many ways the farmer can
re-use it -r-providing that his
daughter doesn't want it for a
genuine "sack" dress.

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TINT CAMP RAIDED
VEilDEN, Germany (UPI) A
weekend outing for 70 youv,
iiicmiicri oi a motorcycle club
ended abruptly yesterday when po
lice raided their tent camp where
they were asleep in the nude anJ
arrested them.

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FMPAY, AjcGDW 1M
A AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
28-

i Social an J Oth

Party for lr. Awfhy
The reverend Fr. James J Mur"
phv wis the honored guest yes yesterday
terday yesterday at rckUU lrty tehdfcr tehdfcr-d
d tehdfcr-d by Mr, and Mrs. E- Greta
and Mr. and Mrs. James J. Bel Bel-court
court Bel-court at the Greene's residence.
Fr. Murphy has rfeently assumed
the duties as Superior of St. Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's ChurcV at Balboa.
B'naJ Panama Lessae
Celebrate, first Aimlwaary
The Irvm Zapp Chapter of the
B'nai B'rith, the world's larW
Jewish service organisation, wiu
celebrate its first annivemry on
Sunday, at the Hotel Washington
in Colon. Invitations were sent to
all members and tbetf WW
and the co-religionists of Colon .0
attend a luncheon and meeting
which will, take place t tne above
date.
Members will meet at 9:30 a.m.
at Koi Shearith Community HaU
and will leave together by car..
Miss Irandl
Arriving Tomerrww
Miss Fmnces Brandl, a student
In the school o" nursing at the
University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, will arrive tomorrow
lor a' short visit with her parents,
Mr. and- Mrs. 'Charles Brandl of
Balboa. She will return to Chapel
Kill io September to continue her
studies.

AMERICANA LAMPS
NEW YORK (UP1) Sophist!
rated treatments of American ms
tifs make a strong bid for atten attention
tion attention in the fall lamp collections.

In lamps, as in furniture, the

revived interest in Americana cov

ers a wide ranee from outngnt

traditional interpretations to mere

ly a hint of the past In softened
contemporary forms.

These new designs, reports the

Lamp and Shade institute 01 Amer

rica, are a far cry from the quaint
little knick-knacks formerly called

"-olonial."

er

i 1 nfinii

- : If,

Cake W.Ik' Tonight
The Cristobal O.E.S, SUr Club

will sponsor a "Cake Walk" to tonight
night tonight from to 10 p.m. at die

Margarita gymnasium, rarenis
and children are invited tt come
and enjoy an evening of tun and
sweets. Coffee, pie and sodas will

be sold.

Two USA Officers

Here On Regular
Army List No. f 0

Two officers from U.S. Army
Caribbean are among 227 name..

on Regular Army list No 10 for

appointment under tne neguia.
Army augmentation program.

They re Lt. Col. Anse H. Spe-

airs of the U.S. Army Mission iu

Venezuela ana Major Arley men
ter. newlv assigned to the U.S

Army Mission to Cuba. Speairs was
selected as an infantry major and

Riehter was appointed a major i.
The Signal Corps.

The Regular Army augmenta augmentation
tion augmentation act set up a program wnereov
minified officers could apply for

fijtegratidn into the Regular Army

The current list brought to 72
number from USARCARIB nomi
hated for appointment under the
program. Total number selecu.t
to date by the Adjutant General
is approximately 5707.
Three known applicants from
this command have yet to be
notified of selection or non.se.
lection.
Department e the Army em emphasized
phasized emphasized tht this is not
final list for any graue or' branch.
Letters of notification have been
forwarded to approximately 142
USARCABIB applicants who were
not accepted under the program.

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The romantic story of Eliza be' a
Patterson, the daughter of a
wealthy Baltimore merchant who
married the brother ot Napoleon,
is among the books placed in rir
cUlation this week by the Canal
Zone Libiary.
'"A Family Lawsuit," revolves a-

round the ..letters of the Patter

son family to the Bonaparte
family and the lawsuit by whicn
EhzaDeui t'aaersuu noped to es establish
tablish establish her son in line of suc succession
cession succession to the Empire of Franc?
Th complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the libray this week follows:
NON-FICTION Exploring th
Distant Stars, Clason; Schools
Without Scholars, Keats; Shin
ny on Young Own Side, Miller.
The Clubwoman's Manual, Monro;
A Family Lawsuit, Mitchell; O O-Henry
Henry O-Henry Memorial Award Prize Sto Stories,
ries, Stories, 1958, Mitchell; Practical Nu Nutrition.
trition. Nutrition. Peyton: Conversations

with Artists. Rodman; The Story

of American Yachting Told in

Pictures. Rosenfeld: Our Nuclea

Future. Teller; Three Hundred

Years of American Painting
Time; Spain, Wolgensinger.
FICTION Sweet Water, Cronin

Abra.cadaver, Crossen; The Mid-

wich Cuckoos. Hams; The undei

ground City, Humes; Collected
Short Stories, Huxley: The Jury Juryman,
man, Juryman, MacKenzie; The Guide, Ma.
rayan; Frontier Street, Peepless Peepless-A
A Peepless-A Terrible Beauty, Roth; In Se
cret Place, Truss; The House In
Ruins; Weekley.
Added to the Reference Collec Collection
tion Collection Lashy's Hote, Guide and Tra Travel
vel Travel Atlas, 1957 Political Handbook
of the World, 1958; Study Abroad

1957-1958.

SELF-PORTRAIT Displaying her artistic style, Princess
Dorothy de jNjBolo sits before two of hex paintings in Rome,
Italy. Princess Dorothy, 10, who was bom in Chicago, calls her
style 'surreamtic-medlumlstlc." She uses), herself as a model,
with thald of a mirror. ,r --

Ft. Kobbe Battery Undergoes
Annual Training At Rio Hato

The Mortar battery of 'Syks'
JOth Infantry at Fort Kobbe is un undergoing
dergoing undergoing annual field training on
the plains: of Rio Hato. The unit,
already having completed mors
than a montu ioi exercises, is a-

bout to undergo diflicuit test
ino maneuver which will deter

on their gas masks then resum resumed
ed resumed Setting up the mortar positions,
digging in the base plates, prepar preparing
ing preparing ammunition for firing, and fi finally
nally finally caraoufaleine the positions.

During their training exercises,
the men have been subjected to
all sorts of situations where ae

Mouielioid J4int5

To fold contour sheets neafly,
reverse the contoured fold along
one long side and tuck it beneath
the opposite edge envelope styl.
Tis maks a flat square which is
easily folded.
A makeshiit slete board can
be fashioned from a rolled up mag magazine
azine magazine covered with a turkish towel.
Tie the rbll i:id cover it with

muslin.

mine proficiency' and measure a- gressor forces have supposedly

bility to operate under field con

ditions.' v
The test, which assumes Mor Mortar
tar Mortar battery 'Whe In its' usual sup support
port support mission, is one prepared by
the Department of the Army.
Training has heep centered a a-rouhd
rouhd a-rouhd reconnaissance, selection
and occupation of position exer exercises
cises exercises (RSOP). Such RSOP exer exerciser
ciser exerciser are. concerned with de'er de'er-minjng
minjng de'er-minjng a. possible aggressor T ui uition,
tion, uition, selecting a location for the
satiety of mortars, and then set setting
ting setting uptlie mortars to fire on
these aggressor positions.
Geared to these RSOP exercisr
es are other combat-like events
which add io the realism of the
work. Fpr example, during one
of their .initial maneuvers, the
men were setting up a 4.2 mortar
position,!, When the battery cbm cbm-mander,
mander, cbm-mander, Capt. Phillip'sHertz, drove
by the. position in his jeep and
tossed oht two colored smoke gre grenades.
nades. grenades.

This was a simulated aggressor

gas attack. But men from the bat -terydelayeffcjheir
activities only
a-few aeeonds long enough to put

reached the mortar positions, try

ine to destroy them. The object

of aUthejpsneuyers w;;tpvbe-J
rnn nrnlicienl. through speed and

accuracy in setting up the mor-, cleaning in summer
tor r.nmnlishinu their mission1 open windows. Dust

To preserve vitamins, ripen
tomatoes in a light placewhich is
not too hot. Do not wrap toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes in paper, u e

Lampshades may

need extra
because of
shades fre

quently, and remove dirt and in insects
sects insects with a soft brush or the
dusting attachment of a vacuum
cleaner.
When buying watermelons, look
f- r t !!!

ported by other Army units includ- r "vFr'ir X .ESS -SEE m
nTg the Quartermaster (for the ZTl" ttTJ'Z

shower point), the 518th Engineer r
Company (Combat) for drinking1

water), medics from Headquarters

Him nt-duqudlius VyUliipaiij amasu
Signal Corps mn for some of the

i

Hi m- i I
I
"

&tk With SaP... (Diablo Camera Club Will Present

If you want your dauhter-ln-aw
to regard you as a friend
Don't offer her any unasked for

advice. And just as important,
Jon'toffer your suh ny. either.

Overlook her faults and play up
ier good qualities. She i. sure to

have both and you can choose
which you'll make the most of.

Don't ask prying questions Be

content with what she wants to
tell you. The less you pry, the

moreyou 11 be trusted.

Accept as perfectly natural the

fact that your son's wife is the

most important person in his life.

If you resent her betnc first vou

are sure to make an enemy of her
Don't expect h'er to run her
home just as vou run 7oirs Even
if her way of doing thiags isn't as
'good' as yours, she has a richt

to do things her way m her own
home.

Don't keep telling her how
wonderful you son is. Let her
tell YOU. s
If she unintentionally hurts your
feelings, don'tparade the hurt.
Keep ti to yourself and give her
the benefit of the doubt. Ch,ances
are she didn't mean to hurt vou
Don't make your visits too long
or at too frequent intervals, Give
the youg people a chance to live
their own lives.
Be every bit as loysl 'to your
daughter-in-law as to your son.
Remember thet your dauSiiier-in-law
has to admire and row".

you before she cn begin to think
of you as a friend

Panama Neighbors At JWB-USO

y

ion

High fashion has Come to mail mailorder
order mailorder styles. Montgomery Ward's
new fall and winter catalog fea features
tures features fasrions inspired by Paris
designers. The opening pages of
the book are devoted to the
trapeze, chemise, cocoon, and
spoon silhouettes for women of
all ages.

of reducing aggressor positions

then moving to another location
for a, repeat performance on an another
other another a ggressor. position
To further add realism to the

training, the unit's work is sup

communications.

Present jplans call for the unit
to take the battery level test dur during
ing during the final week of training and
return to garrison the end of Au August.
gust. August. Mortar Battery i the first sup support
port support unit in the" Canal Zone to

Serve cabbage slaw w hollowed
green peppers. Add a tangy ;ouch
with a few drops of fresh lemon
juice.

WALKING THE WEB Though this looks like the work of
a giant -spider, it is actually ah ages-old bridge form in Tibet.
The two women are crossing a river in the Loyu area of Tibet
on a cane-rope bridge.

If window screens stick due to
dirt and rain, take them into open
air and, blow dirt from the edges
and the mesh with a vacuum
cleaner or wipe thoroughly with

a rag. Then rub a little paste wax

perform this type of training, gear-. on the edges to make th.m fit

ed to battle group tactics and has-1 into the window smoothly. Apply
ed upon the, modern concept of a the same treatment to strm win-

Large Choice
in
Drapery & Slipcover
FABRICS

Corduroy, once a staple of the
school girl's wardrobe, now goes
around the, clork for sophisticated
women. For daytime, the fabric
comes in various textures, such as

tweed and houiidstooth checks
Designer Mildred Orrick shows
printed corduroy in Empire sil silhouettes
houettes silhouettes for evening Mr. Gee
uses shocking pink corduroy for
skinny pants and matching paint painter
er painter smock.
Dark stockings step out with
cocKtail and evening gowns in the
Lanvm Castillo collection in Paris.
The stockings come in deep brown
black with matching clocks. Black

leamrea wun gowns and
shoes of bright colors, such as
turquoise, pink, and chartreuse.
Look for lots of gold dust and
gold leaf in jewerly this fall. One
manufacturer (Marvella) shows
clear beads mixed with faceted
beads which are dusted with gold.
Clear crystal beads are sprayed
with gold. And pearls come co covered
vered covered with 14-karat gold foil.qa qa

French glove designers put the
trapeze and chemise on the cuff.
The chemise gloves narrow at the
cuff as the dress narrows at the
hemline, and. the trapeze style
flares. Narrow belts mark the
midriffs.

On Monday, at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center; ft
Diablo Camera Club will present
its final bi. weekly summer slide
talk. The program gets underwa
at 7:30 p.m.
The illustrated lecture, "Pana.
ma's Neighbors," will cover
lot of ground in Central and South

America, concentrating on the

countries that are close to tn
Republic of Panama.
Colombia will be presentei

through an arm-chair visit to the

cities of Cartagena, and old wall
ed city with interesting fortifira
tions; Medellin, a garden spot fa.
mous for its orchids; Bogota, a"
city with many old colonial build

mg dating from the pre-IBolivar

era; and Manizales. a mountain mountain-surrounded
surrounded mountain-surrounded scenic spot.

Ecuador will be represented bv

Quito, the capital surrounded by
cultural and historic places; Gua
yaquil, the main port of Ecuador;
and Otavalo with the Cotonaxi
mountain. The trip' will include a
shot of the monument on the E.
quator.
Traveling northward, the lntri.
guing little country of Costa Rie
will be viewed, and there slides
will be shown of San Jose, Carta Carta-go,
go, Carta-go, the volcano Irani, the 01o de
Augua, and the popular and color colorful
ful colorful ox-carts.
A trip to Guatemala is wasted
if a stop does not include Chichi,
castenango where Spanish colon!'
and Indian art are plentiful and
adlacent to each other. Also a.
vailable for viewing will be Gua Gua-telmala
telmala Gua-telmala City, the colorful dress of
the natives, sir! the quaint, str'k str'k-ing
ing str'k-ing cloth-braided hair style ot the
women.
Honduras presents for a delight,
ful and breathtaking view the u.
pital of Tegucigalpa, a pictures

que eitv cradled "n tp side of

Mount Pichaco, 3,200 feet above

sea level, with its odd smll pla

zas placuelas scattered throughout

the town. The maior tourist at

traction of the country is, Co.
nan, Capital of tfie first Maya
Empire, it covers 15 square
miles. Manv of its imposing stone
structures have survived intact.
The "Lighthouse of ttie Pacific."
the volcano Izalco, belches Its la.
va, flame, and smoke approxi approximately
mately approximately eight times an hour and
Haminly presents El Salvador
with one of its major tourist at
tractions. The capital city of San
Salvador "with its colonial sights

of interest will also be shown.

Servicemen and their depndents

and the general public of the Ca

nt Zone and the Repubuc ot Ka.

nama are cordially invited to at.

tend the final session the Diablo
Camera Club for the 1958 season.'

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pound million-pound thrust enttoe. It is compared for sise witS -well-known
eidstinf missiles. Rocket dyne division of North ( American
Aviation, Inc., has just received an Air Force contract to build
maior components for the unprecedented engine, An essen essential'
tial' essential' step toward Interplanetary exploration, the development
of a single-chambered engine In the one-milliorpound class
wRl make a cluster of six for a six-mtliion-potmd thrust rela rela-t
t rela-t i vei v easy. The million-pound engine will have a liquid pro pro-i
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for tfce Atlas ICBM, the Thor and Jupiter's IBM'S and1 the
Redstone missile that provided the first-stage boost for the

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laurels in the form of some of the 2,376 bars of soap they sold in Washington to
earn two weeks' vacation at a camp in Maryland. The boys sold one or two boxes
a night until their 33 cases were gone more than enough for camp expenses.

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Cornish, N. H., celebrates her birthday by going for a ride in her own fire truck.
Her son bought the relic because it's what she's always wanted. The engine, a
1924 model, was in service with Claremont, N. H., fire department until recently.

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of relief that came over the tuckered out elephant on the lef when he sat down to
take it easy at the Frankfurt zoo, in West Germany. His friend isn't so wise.

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palanquin as he makes rare outdoor appearance for ceremony in Luang Prabang.

OFF FOR GONDOLA RIDE Not in Venice, bat k
Pinkham Notch, N. H., a gondola car swings over
some of the state's most picturesque scenery. Mount
Washington, in the background, makes for some
impressive viewing whether 1 going or coming.

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KOKOMO, JR., IS A CARD Kokomo, Jr., the chimp
who climbed to stardom on television, addresses
greeting cards for which he posed. His contract
with Hallmark marks the first time that a real
animal modeled for the firm's greeting cards.

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A REAL 'AIR' PLANE

FIRST THERE WAS the inflated life boat. Now there is the inflated airplane.
Built by Goodyear Aircraft of Akron, O., for. the Office of Naval Research,
the Inflatoplane can be made rigid with less air pressure than that required to
inflate a tire on the family car. The plane can be assembled and inflated in a
few minutes. Craft's one-piece wing, tail assembly and enclosed cockpit are
walls of rubberized fabric connected by nylon threads. Fuselage is airship fabric.

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FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1951
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
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MOV'FS-mfWSION
by ErskiM Johnson
Nf A Staff Cwttfoitnt

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ROME NEA) If Brujitte and noses were bleeding and the
Baraot (she's btck in the act) police were called vaud ihe i.SWO
wants to greet a leading man sue's anally got in and the others went
never met before with a big kiss home,
wniie wearing only lisptick, it s her -.
own private Dusiuew. iNot thai THE COMMUNIST newspaper
handsome young Irishman Ste- .handled it as expected, with all
phen Boyd compUihed to -his a., the cleverness of the Russian
sent about it you understand. propaganda machine. The pro-
Af a -all Brigitte's ex. hus- j ducer of "Ben Hur" is Sim Xim Xim-banu,
banu, Xim-banu, who gaiaes her career, wabaUst so the Coummunist paper
in hr rtrpinB room when Boyd headline, about the incident.

arrived to work with her nd
almost fell ,down in a sta of
shock over Miss Bare-From-Heaa.
to-Toe. 4 u
The film, "The Night that
Heaven Fell," is being released
now and I'm. releasing Boyd s con confirmation
firmation confirmation of the incident and his

wordage about it:

I was so ttusterea' ww

translapri rparl-

"UNCLE SAM STARTS RIOT."
An throughout the story Sam
Zimbalist was referred to as
"Unrip Sam

But Zimbalist has only
for' the Italian people as
extras in hit chariot rm-f

Scenes "Thev rparf n

it Hollywood extras," he told

, happened and it happened even
before we were introduced that
all I could say was:
"Mv name is Stephen Boyd."

NOW- IN ROME playing .the
heavy, Messaia, in "Ben Hur,'!
Boyd, under contract, to 2()in
Century i ok, makes no secret

HA.ur havins n inp an t un i 7- -

uwv . Uirr" ,'orcmn war

lOVCr. A. ... m 'inal alll-Jlc tl Oil A4 tie O ,.1-n-fir.

They had. to send me to LT'aBEL 'Ll

praise
film
mjb

uniika

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"Something hunueim atmosnhe-i

cally here. The director says
'Action' and they go crazy crazy-screaming
screaming crazy-screaming aid yelling like it
wasn't a movie at all. They BE BECOME
COME BECOME a mdb."'
But he'd rather have them riot
in his film than outside the stu studio
dio studio gaes.

Before starting the new "Ben

" 'i

tnr fiv-p.riav vasation before

the picture was finished," ne
grinned. "I was a wreck
Brigitte at close rangeP "She I
QUITE a girl," Boyd said. 'She
doesn't worry much about acting.
She knows all she has to do is
takte off her clothes. She Was
real happy about her Cinema Cinemascope
scope Cinemascope film. She told me. 'Isn t it
wonderful. Now they can sne all
of my body at once.'"
Her English, "Rather good,"
Boyd' said, "until the camera
tarts."
I ASKED HIM if she reminded
him a little of Marilyn Monroe.
"You fool," he said, "around Bri Brigitte
gitte Brigitte I didn't even THINK about
Marilyn Monroe."
I arrived iv Rome the dav
after there was a riot of 5,000
Italians over extra jobs in "Ben
Hur" outside the gates of I Cine Cine-citta
citta Cine-citta Studio and now four car
loads of Rome police are on
duv everv dav to "protect" the
Studio. The riot was typical, I
guess of the emotional Italians
and the reason they are making
such wonderfully rabid audiences
for the film's chariot races.
For several dajft 5,000 of them
were hired, at three dollars a day
U.S. money. Then the MGM com company
pany company needed only 1,500 for several
days and the, 1,500 were selected
to return to the studio. Well, it

'was amUWmmn

All 5,00'Wre there 3,500 ofl
them tryingito keep 1,50 from en-1

tennt 'ne staaio gates, ine .;..mhi
didn't think it was fair and heads

He ran the film for himself and
he told me:
"It looks likt a wonderful
model T Ford."

Mislress Confesses
SlabbiP NY Man
Who Died On Street
NEW YORK. (UPD His reject rejected
ed rejected mistress cofessed today that
she stabbed the man with the
bushy mustache who died of hn
wound on a midtown street Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, police said.
The woman, Mrs. Ada anti

go, 43, was found in Bellevuo
Hospital under treatment for an
overdose o" sleeping pills.
"I hope he's okay." she was,
auoted as telling officers of ner 1
former lover. William F. Sche I

mann, 29. "He's sucn a SKinny
guy."
Pchemann died on the street a
few steps from Mrs. Santiago's
door Tuesday after mumbling to
a policeman: "I was just stabbe.t
by a dame." :
Police said the two had hveJ
together until Monday when Sche.
mann brought another woman 1 1
their apartment aria introduce.
Mrs. Santiago to her as "my
maid."
Mrs. Santiago threw the couole
ot naeked up her own hp hp-Schemann's
Schemann's hp-Schemann's possession and mov moved,
ed, moved, police said. Schemann, wem
to her new rooms, at the corner
of 48th street and Eighth ave
nuc, near Madison Sauare Gar
deh. Tuesday to pick up hi
things, police said.
Airs. Santiago was said to hav
confessed she stabbed him there,
then vVent to anothpr aparlmetv
at 200 East Sixth St., and took
the sleeping pills.

NEW. YORK MOSCOW

Work time requirtd to

purchase ipecitic items:

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NYLON STOCKINGS
WOMAN'S OXFORDsF

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TIME THE ESSENCE In

spite of Soviet preaicuonb ui
surpassing Vr? United Elates in
production of everything under
the sun, Newschart above,
based on data from National
Industrial Conference Board,
; shows that in terms of the av av-'
' av-' erage worker, time, so-far, is
i against the Russians.

IN MOROCCO- Charles W.
Yost, above, has taken over his
hew job as U.S. ambassador to
Morocco. He succeeds Caven Cavendish
dish Cavendish W. Cannon, who retired.

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STRINGING ALONG A man on ths ground can lead a flying
helicopter around like a dog on a leash, thanks to a new elec electronic
tronic electronic device just announced by Sikorsky Aircraft. Above, an
employe at the firm's Stratford, Conn., plant demonstrates the
use of the 50-foot cable.

LOWER BERTH Peeking out from the safety of her pouch;
a baby kangaroo takes a look at what's going on around the
Washington Zoo. The baby will live off and on in the pouch
until it's too big to get in, then if is on its own

SUSPENSE -- PACKED ADULT WESTERN:

"OUTLAW'S SON

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tOW AND SUt

'DRIVE-IN" THEATRE.

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A rapid-fire western drama with notion, romance and
suspense makes its local release tomorrow and Sunday at
the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre. "Outlaw's Son' stars Dane Clark,
Ben Cooper, Lori Nelson and Ellen Drew, It tells of a ruth ruthless
less ruthless gun -sliner who refuses to let his son follow in his
footsteps.
Romance and beauty are far from neglected in "Out "Outlaw's
law's "Outlaw's Son," as two pleasing eyefuls of femininity enact
prominent parts in the drama: sexy Lori Nelson as Ben
Cooper's girl friend, and pretty Ellen Drew, as his aunt,
whose lie helped send his father (Dane Clark) into hiding.

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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
" Cristobal
"HIBUERAS" Aug. 23
"TULIVES" Aug. 30
"ULIIA" Sept. fi
"HIBUERAS" Sept. 13
"VAQCE" Sept. 20
"ULCA" Sept. 27
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
., ,, c Arrives
New York Service Crf9toba
"METAPAN" Aug. 25
"SAN J08E" Sept. 1
"HEREDIA" Sept. 8
"ESPARTA" Sept. 15
"LIMON" Sept. 22
"FRA BERLANGA" September 29
ORISTOBALW.C.CA. FEDDER SERVICE
"VERACRUZ" ., Every (15) Days

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco and
Reluming from Los Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return $366.00
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

CAA Gets Blame
For Airliner,
AF Jet Collision

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Ci Civil
vil Civil Aeronautics Administration has
been given most of the blame fo
a collision between an airliner and
pi Air Fore jet near Las Vegas,
Ne., April 21 that took 49 lives.
The CAA's sister organization,
the Civil Aeronautics Board, lev.
elled the accusaton Tuesday
night in an accident investigation
report.
Even after United Air Lines hid
complained -of near misses In the
Las Vegas vicinity, the CAA took
"no action of any kind," the re report
port report said. It also said CAA ad
ministrator James T. Pyle should
have brought to the attention of
the CAB the fact that the Las Ve
gas area had presented j poten potentially
tially potentially dangerous air traific situa.
tion.
Tt said "(his was not done
The CAB Is an independent a a-pcnrv
pcnrv a-pcnrv which sets the safety st?n
dards and rules under which U.
S. airlines operate. The CAA, a
branch of the Commerce Deoart Deoart-ment,
ment, Deoart-ment, carries out the polici ?
and rules established by the CAB.

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MISSILE MUSCLE IN MINIATURE Some of Uncle Sam's famous missile weapons are
shown above, in true-to-scale plastic versions of the real thing for young modelers. Scaled to
size from Army blueprints, they are, from left: Honest John, Talos, Corporal. Nike Ajax, Nike
Hercules, Litfle Jofm and Dart. Largest item planned for the series is a big little monster some
two feet in length. Santa will be shooting these missile kits into many stockings at Christmas.

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Burdette, Turley Score Important
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Mercurio Go Tournament
7o Be Richest Amateur Of '58

CZ Summer Recreation Board
Annual Swimming Meet

The C.Z. Summer Recreation I
nlrH ptnspri thpir activities lor
1958 on Saturday morning at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook A.F.B. pool with their an annual
nual annual swim meet in commemora commemoration
tion commemoration of the opening of the Pana
ma Lanai
innmvimiPlv Dsn contestants

competed making it one of the) 50-meter backstroke girls 9 and
largest swim meets ever to be held 10 years; 1-J. Redmond; i-H Man Man-on
on Man-on the Canal Zone. inm8; 3-G- Albritton; Time :46.9

The cup this year was awarded
to Charlene Graves of Gatun
whose timing on the 50-meter free
i.yie in me u J'
group, came closest to the na-
unnai recoru hi me 6c
group swimming.
served to all contestants. The fin final
al final results were:
20-yard free style, boys 6 years;
1-M. Young; 2-L. Brockmeier; 3 3-P.
P. 3-P. Goguen; Time : 16.0
20-yard free style, girls 6 years;
1-TC. Gordon; 2-J. Jenner; Time
:1S4
20-yard free style, boys 7 years;
1-M. Benton: 2-D. Holmes; 3 T.
B iley Time :13.9
20-yard free style girls 7 years;
1-P. Brockmeier; Time : 15.7
20-yard free style, bovs 8 years;
1-D. Boluck; 2 D. Marczak; 3-J.
Summerford. Time : 1 2 5
20-yard free style, girls 8 years;
I B. Holmes: 2 J. Wilson; 3-M.
Dafies. Time: 1S.4
50-meter free style, boys 9 and,
10 years; 1 J. fownsend; 2-M.
Manning; 3-A. Jacobson. Time
:34.7
50-meter free style, girls 9 and
10 years; 1-L. Benton: 2-11. Man
ning; 3-J. Redmond Time :37.2
50 meter free style boys 11 and
12 years; 1-M. Holmes; 2-J. Mann;
3-R. Summerford; Time :32.3
50-meter free style, girls; 11 and
12 years; 1-M. Mahoney; 2 R.
R"Tdon; 3 C. Graves; Time :34.7
50-meter free style, bys 13 and
a vpts: 1 V V""i t'otv r
M irin": 3-T. D"-n; T'me :30 5
50-meter free style, girls 13 and
14 years; 1-C. Graves: 2 G. Fi Fi-gueroa
gueroa Fi-gueroa 3-T. Dunn; Time :32.1
50-meter fre style boys 15 and
16 years; 1-C. Slaughter 2-F. Bag
gett; 3-G. Gilly; Time :30.4
50-meter free style, girls 15 and
16 years; 1-C. Hoimes; 2 P. Ther Ther-io'
io' Ther-io' 3-R. Srhmeber: Time :31.9
26-yard backstroke boys 7 and
under; 1-J. Spilling: 2-S. Town Town-sen,d,
sen,d, Town-sen,d, 3-J. Whalen Time : 18 5
20-yard backstroke girls 7 and
under; 1-F. Thompson; 2-K. Gor
don; 3-P. Brockmeier; Time :22.0
20 yard backstroke boys 8 years
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 7:00 p.m. Onlv
Thin is an advance SHOWING
And will be RE-BOOKED for
Regular Engagement
William Holden
Alec Guinness
"THE BRIDGE ON THE
RIVER KWAI"
In Cinemascope and Colos!
(Kindlv Note Show Timet
COCO SOLO
"JAMBOREE"
7:00
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Ethel Barrymore
Cecil Kellaway
'JOHNNY TROUBLE"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Appointment with Oanger"
GAMBOA 7:00
June Allison David Nlven
"MY MAN GODFREY"
In Cinemascope & Color!
GATUN 7:00
. Marlon Brando
Dean Martin
THE YOUNG LIONS"
in Cinemascope!
MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:55
iCornel Wilde, Jean Wallace
"THE DEVILS HAIRPIN"
in VistaVlsion!
Owl Show 10:30 pm.
"ATOMIC CITY"
r
PARAISO 7:00
John Payne Rod Cameron
"SANTA FE PASSAGE"
Owl Show 10:30 pm.
"HURRICANE SMITH
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
'(CHICAGO CONFIDENTS
and 'BWANA DEVIL"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"RUNNING WILD' and
"WAR ARROW"
Owl Show 10:30 pm.
"Francis In The Navy'
TODAY
CAPITOLIO
5r. 15c.
SUNSET
BOULEVARD
- Also:
CR08SWIND

l-.T. Summerford, 2-S

Hadel; 3-D.
MarczaK lime :11s
20-yard backstroke girls 8 years;
1-J. Wilson; 2-M. Lewis; 3 B.
Holmes; Time :18.8
50-meter backstroke bos 9 and
10 vears; 1-M. Manning; 2-A Ja
cotton; i-u. Wilson; lime :4b. ,1

50 meter backstroke boys 11 andSandv Hinkle, will be returning

IT ,-nnr-, 1 All lln!,,,.. 1 T 1 I
3 R Summerford, Time
50 meter backstroke girls U
2 years. MahonB 2
and
N.
Morency. 3.R Rhodes; Tim,, .438
50.meler backstroke boys 13 and
Loon; 3-A. Hassler; Time :40.2
50-meter backstroke girls 13 and
14 years; 1-C. Graves; 20 Fi
gueroa; 3-B. Van Dyke; Time 40.4
50 meter backstroke boys 15 and
16 years; 1-G. Slaughter; 2 K Bag Bag-got,;
got,; Bag-got,; 3-D. Barger; Time :39 1
50 meter backstroke girls 15
ana 10 years; i-u Holmes; Z-f.
Theriot; 3 P. Rogers; Time :40.2
20-yard breast stroke boys 8 and
under; 1-J. Summerford:
Robinson 3 B. Plaisance
:17.5
20-yard breast stroke girls 8 and j
under; 1-J. Wilson; 2-M. Lewis; I
Time :22.8
50-meter breast stroke boys 9
and 10 years; 1-J. Townsend; 2-A.
Jacobson; 3 K. Yocum: Time :56.2
50-meter breast stroke girls 9
land 10 years; IB. Mattice; 2-G.
Thomas; 3-P. Davies; Time :58.5
50-me'er breast stroke bovs 11
'and 12 years; 1-S. Brown"; 2 R.
Lydle; 3-R. Summerford; Time
:48 9
5n-mp!er breast stroke girls 11
and i years; 1-M. Mahoney; 2 2-R.
R. 2-R. Reardon: 3-C. Vogt: Time :48 9
50 meter breast stroke boys 13
and 14 years; 1-T. Dugan; 2-.G
Bocwell: 3-W. Arey: Time :42.8
50-meter breast stroke girls 13
and 14 years; 1-D. Oleen; 2-G. Fi Fi-gueroa;
gueroa; Fi-gueroa; 3 H. George; Time :54.7
50-meter breast stroke boys 15
and 16 years: 1-G. DeTore; 2-G.
Slaughter; 3C Mire; Times 39 8
50-meter breast stroke girls 15
and 16 year?; l-P. Theriot; 2-R.
Schmel'zer; Time :50.2
80 yard 'ree style relay bovs S
and nnrVr: S. Townsend, R. Mal Mal-bhan,
bhan, Mal-bhan, D Holme J. Summerford
Time :56.5
I 80-yard free
and under; J,
style relav girls 3
Wilson; P. Brock
meier, M Lewis, L. Gehringer
Titnp 1:07.3
200-meter free style relay bovs
9 and 10 years; A. Jacobson. D.
Summerford. K. Yocum, J. Town Town-send.
send. Town-send. Time 2:42.4
200-meter free style relav girls
9 and 10 vears: G. Thomas. H.
Manning. J. Redmond, L. Benton
Time 2:47.7
200-meter free style relay boys
11 and 12 years- R. Summerford,
S. Brown, J. Banks, J. Mann'
Time 2:38 4
200-meter free style relay girls
11 and 12 years; M. Fi"uerea, N.
Morency, J. Hearne, E. Vrella
Timp 2:45.7
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13 and 14 vears: H. Van Loon G
Boswell, M. Holmes, J. Manning I
Time 2:08.4
200-me'er free style relay girls
13 and 14 years; H. George, P
Theriot. C. Graves, G. Figuerea.
iim z:z.6
200-meter free stvle relav bovs
15 and 16- years: R. Caldwell E
White, K. MacKenzie, E. Dolan
Time 2:17.6
200 meter free style relav girh
15 and 16 years; B. Van Dvke M
Stevens, M. Mahoney, R. Reardon
Time 2:36.5
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The 1958 Mercurio amateur tour tournament
nament tournament to be held at the major
golf courses of the Isthmus start

ing Sept. 6 at Brazos Brook, will
be the richest aateur of the year,
With over $500 worth of hand
picked silver prizes from Mercurio
and asilver cup donated by Gil Gil-braltar
braltar Gil-braltar Life Insurance the best a-
mateur golfers on the Isthmus will
be out fighting to win one of the
four prizes to be given in
eacb'
1
flight.
This year's champion will find
things much tougher as th courses
will follow the rules of the big
tournaments in the States and
toughen up each course so the
champion will be playing as tough
a 72 holes as possible.
Last year's amateur rhimninn
to college in
tne states and may
not make it this year, and the
perennial favorite, Jim Riley, is
currently in the States on vacation
and probably will not make it eith either
er either That still leaves at least 10 or
12 first-class goFers who 'are cap capable
able capable of breaking par on any of the
courses.
The 1958 Mercurio tourney will
be played in eight flights wi!h cur current
rent current handivaps deciding which
flight a player must qualify for.
This enables even the club-support-
ing
24 handicapers a chance to
get into the tournament for thefi thefi-nal
nal thefi-nal 36 holes.
Each flight will be cut to the

w.iow 16 at the end of the first 36
Time j holes at Brazos Brook and Fort
I Davis and thpv will fiphl nut th

last 36 holes for one of the four
mizes in each flight.
Lntry blanks are available at
all golf clubs and must be enter entered
ed entered before 6 p.m. Wednesday. Pepp.
3. Pairing and starting times will
be announced Sept. 5. August 1958
handicaps will be used for pair pairings.
ings. pairings. Veteran Lovenguth
Whitewashes Miami
As Columbus Wins
NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UPI)
Lynn Lovenguth, now playing for
his .ifth International League
mu nrninH tho Hitu "ov.
team
tra" that will carry the Columbus
Jets into the playoffs for the first
time in their history.
The, 34 year-old veteran won his
second straight decision since be being
ing being traded to the Jets Aug. 11
when he whitewashed Miami on
four hits, 5-0, last nignt. Loven Lovenguth,
guth, Lovenguth, most valuable pitcher in
the triple a circuit just two years
ago, thus brought his overall rec record
ord record for this season to 10-11.
The victory, third straight for
Columbus over the Marlins, boost
ed the Jets into undisputed pos-
session of fourth place a full,
game aiicau ui .Miami, vuiuuiuusig
nas timsncu in seventn
place
all
the
three years
league.
it has
been in
Rodolfo Arias of Havana also
turned in a master ul pitching per performance
formance performance yesterday when he stop stopped
ped stopped Richmond on three hits, 7-0.
This was Arias' first aDpearance
since his no hit game against
Rochester last Sunday.
In the only other contest dav-
ed last night, the second place
Toronto Maple Leafs went 14 inn innings
ings innings before downing Buffalo, 4 3.
Bobby Tiefenauer picked up his
15th win in relief as the Leafs
moved to within three and one
hal" games of first place Mon Montreal.
treal. Montreal. ine scheduled doubleheader be between
tween between Rochester and Montreal was
postponed by rain.
Guaracheros Play
Mocambo Softball
Team Sunday A.M.
An emblematic tronhy for Ihe
winner of the so'tball game that
will be held in the Colon Municiapl
Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 24, be between
tween between two of the foremost chari charities
ties charities groups of Colon the Club Mo Mo-ca,mbo
ca,mbo Mo-ca,mbo de Colon and the Club Los
Guaracheros de Colon.
The game will start at 10 a m.
Mario Julio, who donated the tro
phv will get the game underway
after tossing out the first hall from
Ihe mound. He will personally pre present
sent present the trophy to the winner.
A large crowd is expected to at attend
tend attend this event which will feature
Carlos Joseph on the mound for
the Mocambo lads and Herman A
gard for the Guarachero boys.
There will be no admission
charge.
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Rightanders Put Teams Back
On High Road to World Series
By JOIJN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK. Aue.. 22 (UPI) Lew Burdette

and Bob furley, two money players who probably

wor.y pitch the opening game, have the Braves and
Yankees back on the high road to the World Seriesv

Just when the comfortable league
leads of both teams seemed in
danger, Burdette sent the Braves
6 1-2 games in frtnt in the National
League when he whipped the 03
Angeles Dodgers, 4.0, last night
and Thrley turned back thr suging
Chicago White Sox, 6-3, to put the
Yankee 11 1-2 ahead in the Ameri American.
can. American. The way they're going, the two
righthanders ligure to be the atart.
ing hurlers inthe first game of
the series at the Braves' County
Stadium.
Burdette, who doled out four hits
to the Dodgers, now was won
eight games since the All Star
Game. He's Milwaukee's hottest
hurler and, especially in view of
his three victories in the last World
Series, undoubtedly would get first
rail from manager Fred Haney.
Turley allowed six Chicago hits
in gaining his 18th victory of the
year, tops in the majors and an
all. time career high for him. Bul Bullet
let Bullet Bob, who nw relies as much
on his curve as his blazer, could
be the winningest Yankee hurler
in years and as such probably w
be Casey Stengel's Series ace.
The two star righthanders won
real big games last night.
The Bravas wtrt in trouble,
with their lead donw to 5 1-2
'games and a five-game series
with the Second place Giant
right around the rorner. But the
Giants dropped an 8-1 game to
Don Newcombe of Cincinnati in
the afternoon and that gave Bur Burdette
dette Burdette flit chance.
A four run explosion in the fourth
inning, including homers by Hank
Aron, and Burdette himself, was
all he needed. His own homer came
with one man on and was his third
this year, all over the short left
field screen in the L. A. Colisduni.
Lew didn't allow a walk and fan fanned
ned fanned four batters in gaining his
14th victory of the year.
At Yankee Stadium, the Whit Whit-Sox
Sox Whit-Sox came in sassy to start a three-
igame series, riding a seven.game
'.winning streak. They'd gained 5
1'2 games on the Yankees in the
1 last three weeks, winnine 15 out
!,f 20. and they got off to a 1-0
first.inning lead against Turley
, But the Yankees crept ahead,
3-2, and then broke the game open
with three runs in the seventh on
three singles, a walk, and two sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice Hies. Except for a two
out nomer by Jim Rivera in the
ninth inning, Turley ketp the Sox
in check.
In other Thursday games, the
St. Louis Cardinals behind Larry
Jackson nipped the Philadelphia
PKHILS, lino: Ernie Banks' 39th
40th homers gave the Chicago Cubs
ton Red Sox outslugged Cleveland
a o-j win over Pittsburgh; the Bos
o; (iUS tTaindOS
nomer gave
Baltimore
a 7-6 win over Dptrnit
and Hee Lopez' two homers led
the Kansas City A's to a 7-4 win
over Washington.
Jackson scattered 10 hits to win
for the Cards in a duel with Curt
Simmons. Simmons balked home
a run in the fourth inning a
Gene Freese singled home what
"rayed to be the winner in Hie
fifth.
Newcombe. eaininf nnlir ,;,
! third win against 11 defeats
reated to a four.run first innin?
lead by the Redlegs and breezpd
home on a six-hitter. Alex G.irm
mas three.run double In the first
innmg led the Redleg uprising
Banks, the major Leagues'
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pars and drew even with Baba
Ruth's recod pace for the year'
in which Baba hit 60. Ha also
singled for a perfect 3-for.3 day.
At Boston, the Red Sox strand stranded
ed stranded 16 runners but a three-run
rally in the eighth inning, including
a two-run homer by Dick Gernert,

decided the game. Vic Power, Vic
Wertz, and Ranoly Jackson hit
homers for Cleveland.
The Orioles, trailing 613, came
up with four runs in the seventn.
including Triandos' three.run clout
to beat the Tigers and tie them
for fourth place in the A. L It
was the Tigers' sixth loss in the
last seven games.
Lopez' two homers for the A's
cave him 12 for the season, seven
against Washington. Pitcher Jack
Urban of the A', with late-inning
relief, got the wm for a 5-0 care:r
record against the Senators.
LEFTIST Courtesy of a big
bat, Norm Siebern has wound
up as the first fulltime Yankee
left fielder in some time.
Sports Briefs
FERRARI ENTERS RACE
MODENA, Italy (UPI) The
Ferrari Racing Company an.
nounced its official entry in the
Grand Prix of Portugal. Ferrari
will have two cars in the Aug. 24
Formula One race leading to the
world championship.
NIGHT RACING SOUGHT
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) The
Louisiana State Racing Commis.
sion meets next Tuesday to con consider
sider consider Magnolia Park's request tof
a 45-night season of flat racin-;
Magnolia has asked for a Mar
9;May 9 week day racing 'pro-
ROSE RETURNS HOME
MUNICH, Germany (UPl) -.
Mervyn Rose, suspended Austral,
ian tennis star, left Monday for
home. Rose played in the Munich
tennis tournament despite a ban
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ins Kids Cop Canal Zone

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By BERT JOYCE
Wednesday night in the Balboa
Gymnasium, Bob Carlin',s Kids
scored a thrill-packed triumph ov.
er Abdiel Jflynns Globetrotters 52-
49, giving them the 1958 Canal Zone
Government Basketball League
championship for 1958.
The tournament started off wiifl
a banc before rather large rrowd
of enthusiastic C. Z. hoop fans on
Monday night, when the tourna
ment favorites, McKeowan's Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, downed the hapless De La
Mater Oldsters by a 1-sided score
oi 59.34. 'The Oldsters" just nev
er seem to get going as tne van.
kees played like they wer out to
make a run-away of the tourna
ment. In the third quarter of this
encounter, The Oldsters failed to
score even one point! 1 he outcome
of tne game wa,s not in doubt irom
th second quarter on. Fred Ray.
bourne led the victors in the scor
ing column with 21 points while
George Tocherman led tne losers
with 12.
In the evening's second same,
Carlin's Kids began to show signs
that they might be the "darKnorse
favorite to cop the tturnament
championsmp as they trouncea
llynn's Globetrotters by, a score
of 73-57 as 6" 4" "Grio" Reyes led
The Kids to the easy victory with
his rebounding and scoring skill.
Dick Gayer with 23 points and Re.
yes with 19 led the winners in the
game's scoring while- Gary Elex Elex-ander
ander Elex-ander with 17 points and Bill Joyce
with 12 led the losers.
In the tournament's semi-fianals
the Yankees, hot from their pre previous
vious previous evenipg's, triumph, met tne
Globetrotters in Tuesday night's
first game. To the amazement of
not only the fans but the Yankees
the Globetrotters played like they
were on fire.
With Ken Hoch and Gary A.
lexapder controlling both back,
boards for the Flynn qoint.st and
scoring, at the same time, the
Globetrotters put on a scoring
show that had the Yankees dan
led. At the end of the third quart.
r the score was 51-36, in Flynn's
favor.
There was not doubt in the spec
tators minds that the Globetrotters
were accomplishing the tourna tournament's
ment's tournament's biggest upset as Gary Ri Ri-ey,
ey, Ri-ey, Al Joyce, Bert Mead and A.
lexander hit with enough regular,
ity to keep the Flynn contingent
safely ahead. As the final fun went
off, the Globetrotters had scored
a well deserved 63-55 victory over
the league's regular season cham.
pions. The1 victors were led in the
scroing. by Gary Alexander with 13
points andKen Holh with 12. The
eliminated Yankees were led by
"Bucket Bill" Young with 16 poniis
followed by Billy McKeown with
nine points, all free throws from
the foul line. Quite a few of the
ganies joints were made froih the
iree thrbw line as a total of 56
fouls were called and 40 poin:s
scored from free throws, 21 by the
Yankees and 19 for the Globetrot
ers.
In the second semi-final game,
the Kids continued their winning
ways as they edged by the Old.
sters, 50.48, with the great aid of
Reyes 16 points 'and tremendous
rebounding ability. The Oldsters,
who did not win a game in the
tournament, just couldn't seem to
solve the tap-in shots of the tall
lanky Reyes who played a cool
brand of basketball the entire
game.
The Carlin fiye managed to stay
ahead nidst of the entire game,
leaving little' doubt as to its even
tual outcome. Reyes was followed
in the scoring CQluntn tor the Kid?
by Dick Gayer with 10 points. Joe
thejosers, George Tocherman had
17 points followed by Wally Trout
with 11.
In the thrill-packed champion championship
ship championship final Wednesday night, the
Kids once again were meeting
the Globetrotters, in the tour tournament,
nament, tournament, but this time without the
services of their star canter Re.
'yes. Withtut Rayas it was felt
by many before the game that
the red-hot Globetrotters had the
slight edge, enough in which to
cop the tourney crown.
The game commenced with a
scoring bang, most of it by the
Kids who played like they didn't
niiss the services of Reyes. The
score at the end of the first quart
er was 149, Carlin's favor.
Halftime found the the Kids still
ahead by a margin of 30-21. In tin
third period, the Carlin five con
tinued to penetrate the Globetrot
ters previously highly etfective
zone defense as Al Nahmad, the
league's No., 2 scorer during '"the
regular season, scored with con
sistent regularity. But, as the
1 bird quarter drew to a close, the
Globetrotters'caiwht fire andbegan
to display the brand of basketball
that carried them to their previous
evening's upset triumph.
At the end of the third quartei
the score was tied 38-38 and the
fans were starling to buzz with the
anticipation of a close exciting fi'
nish in this championship clash.
With the score tied at 46-46 with
only three minutes to play, both
teams attempted to utilize he las
break in Order 0 pull ahead. But
with guard Diok Gayer hitting two
free throws with only one minute
and 15 seconds left to play, the
Kids pulled ahead and were never
passed again as the Bun went oif
giving the Kids the 1958 Govern1
ment Basketball League Tourna
ment Championship, 52-49. Nah.
mad scored over half his team's
tolal points as he garnered 27
paints for the victorious evening
Combining with Nahmad to make
a two man total of 46 points (53
team tbtal) was Gayer with 19
points for the championship con

m. a a

rnment basketba

Leading the losing but fighting
and surprising Globetrotters in the
scoring column was Gary alexand
er with 18 points followed by Al
Lombana and Ken Hoch with
point a piece. The game was a well
fought affair with the outcome hi
doubt until the very final seconds
of play.
As the tournament's "Host Sur Surprising
prising Surprising end Improved Team", the
honor would have to go to the
Globetrotters as they went to the
tournament finals after 'finishing
the season with a two win 14 loss
record.
As the tournament's "Beit
Team" the honor could go to the
tourney champions, the Kids.
In' the tournament's total scoring
battle, Carlin's Gayer came out
on top with 52 points for thres
games. He was closely followed by
Flynn's Alexander who had 48
points for three games, and Car
lin's Nahmad with 45 noints.'
The champions dominated the
tournament scoring, as Reyes was
fourth in the total scoring co column
lumn column with 35 points for two games
The tournament brought to an end
Editor: CONRA
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Milwaukee 50 .587
San Francisco 43 55 .534
Pittsburgh 42 57 .521 7Vs
Los Angelas 58 41 .487 IDa
St. Louts 57 41 .483 12
Chicago 57 45 .447 14
Philadelphia 53 43 .457 15
Cincinnati 54 45 .443 14tt

TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Cincinnati at San Francisco (N)
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 410 000 0038 10 0
SanFrancisco 010 000 0001 6 2
Newcombe (3-11) and Bailey;
MqCormick, Jones (1), andGiel
(9), Johnson (9) and Schmidt.
. i,h-niuO --6
Pittsburgh 010 000 1013 8 0
Chicago 003 001 Olx 5 10 1
Law (9-11) and Hall; Drabow Drabow-sky
sky Drabow-sky (9-10) and S. Taylor.
Philadelphia 000 000 0101 10 1
St. Louis 000 110 OOx 2 7 0
Simmons (6-12) and Hegan;
Jackson (10-10) and Green.
Milwaukee 4
Los Angeles 0
NAMED BENEFIT CHAIRMAN
NEW YORK (UPl)-Stan Musi.l
m the St. Louis Cardinals has
been named chairman for the ?7th
ariual football game benefit Oct.
19 at Yankee Stadium. The game
the New York Giants' home open
er, is for needy cancer victims a
the American Medical Center in
Denver.
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 300 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G A B R H Pet.
Musial, St. L. Ill 391 59 137 .350
Ashburn, Phi. 115 463 74 159 .343
Mays, S.F 117 464 85 152 .328
Aaron, Mil 120 475 88 156 .328
Banks, Chi. 122 485 99 154 .318
Skinner, Pit. 115 423 78 132 .312
Cepeda, S. F. 116 468 69 144 .308
Dark, Chi. 102 413 44 127 .308
Walls, Chicago 120 472 74 143 .303
Thomas, Pit. 118 446 78 133 .301
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. ill 426 80 140 .329
Cerv, K. C. 107 396 72 128 .323
Kuenn, Det. 108 432 50 139 .322
Power, Clev. 113 456 77 145 .318
Sievers, Wash. 113 419 73 163 .318
Jensen, (Bos. 118 425 71 134 .315
Goodman, Chi 85 321 35 101 .35
Williams, Bos. 109 343 70 107 .312
Fox, Chi. 121 489 71 151 .309
Malzone, Bos. 119 483 59 147 .304
Mantle, N. Y. 117 405 98 123 .304
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
40
33
27
25
35
34
33
29.
28
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs M
Thomas. Pirates 96
Aaron, Braves 78
II. Anderson, Phils 76
Hover. Cardinals 73

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox 107
Sievers, Senators 92
Cerv, Athletics 88
Colavito, Indians 80
Mantle, Yankees

a a m
an enthusiastic, well.played, and
highly successful 1958 Government
Basketball League season.;
Championship Fins It
Cerlin'. "Kids"
Frat Te
1
Womblt, H.
Nahmad, A.
Gayer, D.
Morris, J.
Linares, R.
Kourany, G.
Reyes, L.
9
8
1
0
1
927
4 1
J 2
0
3
0 0
0
10 12 SI
Flynn'.
Joyce, (Bill
Alexander,, G.
Hoch, K.
Joyce,- A.
Lombana, A.
Mead; B.
Righy, D.
Riley. G.
Globetrotters"
2
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4
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3
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0
1 s
4
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2 4
2 X
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Score by ewarters
" 12)4
Carlin 14 30 38 52
Flynn a 21 38 4
1111 jsf .
1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
I"m w t mm
.1 WW.
7 M .428
Chicago
4 S 432 11
40 58 .508 Wt
7 41 .482 im
S7 41 .483 171
J7 44 ,471 It
-4 .442 2
.42 24
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
TODAYS OAMIS
Chicago at New Yrfk
Cleveland at Boston K
Detroit at Baltimore (N)
Detent 010 401 000-8 19
hL 802 W0 40X-14 101
Hoeft, Susce (3), gxsilre (tf
Chie&tfA inn a-
w iuu 001 3 g A
N.York .eao.001 9T a
.ntS' StaIey 7). Ltman (g)
i Ho!
Wodeschitk, Narleski (J) Fer
rese (7), Grnt (8) ,nd nS"
Brewer, .Wall (9J and White
5gKte2' S
Urban, Tbmanek (8fand rhi"
wp TTe?er(,) Md Courtn,"
WP Urban (8-8). LP mLI
tmetti (3-2). V,n-
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on' 1ft decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
'7' 3 .700
' 7. 3 .700
14 ; 7 .887
10 .ft7
ft' 4 .687
Grissom, Giants
Raydon Pirates
Purkey, Redlegs
Worthincrtnn
Willey, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Deloek. "RoH Cm
11 3
18 6
3
14 '6
8 4
W 4.
.788
.750
.750
.70ft
.692
-692
Turley, Yankees
wj"4-
yae, senators
Ford, Yankees
Moore, White Sox
Ditmar, Yankees
GUN CLUB
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 195,
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Informal Udds-Un UiQice

To Win 2nd Series Event
Hie Haras Carinthia's classy grey ghost Infor Informal
mal Informal loom a "sure thing" to win tomorrow's featur featur-ed
ed featur-ed $750 seven furlong sprint for second series im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds at the Present Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack.

The secondary attraction shoul'

Race Track Graded Entries

P. Han

lit Race 7th Series

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Comment

Imp.
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PW "lira S400.00
OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Close l:M

1 ilar Bravo rL Gustines 113 Form indicate 3-2
2 Rutilante C. Delgado I ft Not in good farm so-1
3 Oro Punio B Baeza i08 Lacks real class a-1
4 Golden Corn II R.Vasquez Hi Depends1 on start 3-1
5 e-Lanero J. Jimenez-(US Must go lower SO-1
6 Destejlo G. Milord lir? Can score here 2
7 Grimilda A Al aro 107 Returns from layoff 1

Last Friday, the Pacifio Insr
Dlavaround Leaeue played its in

a) round. As a result of the games er also scored 8 points
played on that date, the standing I the Margarita victors.

remained unchanged in any of th
three leagues.
In the "E" League, the Diablo
lads had quite an easy time, a
they only had to meet the Balboa

Playground Sports

Stoudner led Balboa with 6 points, gaflta with -pphftsf while
while fVouser, Manning, and Wild Brawn led Diablo h pomt

eacn tori

"E" Lague
Meeting in the first round of the
semi linal play, were Ma'-anta

and Diablo. Here, Diablo snowed

In the second round,

boa team forfeited to Balboa; tl.us

placing. Balboa and Diablo In the
championship round This,, bov.cv.
er, was nothing new for the Dia.
bio Uds, and they handily defeat-

h i 1 e S. I shame and embarrassment, a he I

. scored the lone 2 points of the cuB-

i test lor Balboa.

the Gam-jlfM Balboa Invitational Basketball

auintet. The Diablo boys played its scoring prowess which led them led Balboa with a 2. to 2 pasting

Tfttir fxm.nt Chemniane end Run.

ner-up: T
League Champion Score Runner up

2nd Race

.... J n.iU. firtf.l

me live-year.oia uiuw --- t. rk.

Lite jengiurc ,uc Huuiuimti. wa v,

view-! rivals uusiines ana

ride the top contenders, hurume.

no and Micninpa, respeinv.-i.

Specie I Imp. 7 f" G $450.09
2nd RACE OP THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes hit1

son ot uouniry

fresh from two impressive

ries and a close second to unoer,
ten Perdulario in his laU three out outings.
ings. outings. He will be ridden by hustling
Heliodoro (PaoifoVGustines.
His mam opposition should w
furnished hv Bacancito which

rl tn imirrnved' form last wet-K

Karlii. Quickie and Lobo

Ou1 the lii'f- 'ctrse field.
liobo, which was ridden by .low
TJllaa iat week, will have stead'.
y improving apprentice jom
Arriuimedes Alfaro aboard Kad Kad-will
will Kad-will again be ridden by Fernamv
Alvarez. l,te"' ree Ksidir a con consistent
sistent consistent performer, turned in on.
o' his wr ''e is ex
pected to impt'ove tomorrow.
Bacancito. which was ?uided ty
Amado Credidio to a third pUci'

fiPtsh beMndlltTo'! 'den' slid Para

Surumeno will hve a decided,
edge because of the short six tur
Ion? distance.

Also scheduled to go in tne s se
ondary attraction are Paquuo

ro'imi Distingo,. Silver Heels, Louvernsn.
; and Narcotico.

Ten other rucea are included on
an attractive .program.

1 Doble Fija
2 Deungalop
3 Maese
4 Double Dee
5 Mi Locura
6 M. Pedraza
7 Skoll
8 Dependable

E. Dario 108 Rates good chance 4-1
B. Aguirre tot Not good enough 5-2
A. A if aro 101 x Depends on start 5 1
ft. Vasquez 115 Will fight it out 2-1
G. Milod to Would pay fat price 15 1
M. Hurley 110 Returns from layoff 10-1
A. Perez toft Early speed only 25 1
H. Ruiz US Hard to beat here ( 3-2

Racetrack Tips
By CONRAOO

3rd Race 7th Series Imp. 4 Fqv "- $400.00 Peel Closes 2:00
ONB TWO
1 Fudge Girl F. Justinia. 102 Ran well In last 2-1
2 Miss Patience A Perez 110 Can make it hera 5-2
3 The Squirt A. Alfaro 11S Last doesn't count a-2
4 Julio Verne F. Hidalgo ll Seems best hera EVEN1
5 Tony A. Reyes R, Ufl Depends on start EVEN

1 Dtstelle
? Dtptndablt
3 Julo. Verne (a)

4 Rgscapleitoi

sol last week will-have ytrttnit :jAJMnjats

o nogaiino

Chfle-ifn Jockey Alejandro Pttffe Jfi

sartaie. . --..;
Quickie, which ha failed to rt rt-fiain
fiain rt-fiain the torm she enjoyed un:.i
the traininf nr Manuel Rivera,
will be booted by leading, jocke;,

3

7-ltOrTnincero

a--Sahri
9 Cervecero
10 Michiripa (3)
11 Informal
12 Al Justo

Mar Bravo
Double Dae i
The Squire 1
a Pe-tronila i

Titita
AJhatar
Pastorea
Jabaiina
Manadaagua (a)
Soromera
Kad.r
Imily Merv

4th Race Special Natives S Pa.-o $374.00

Peal Close 2:30

1 Rtck'n'Roll A
2 Golden Moon
3 Don Vito
4 Tanganica
5 Buscapleitos
fi Petfonila
7-Zia

QUINIILA

. Gonzales liaj Improving steadily
J Avila US Ran well last time
D. Barrett Jockey handicaps
A. Alfaro I ofix Distance should help
B. Baeza 105 Can score 'this time
H Ruiz 106 Wide open race
F. Hidalgo 110 Unknown quantity

3-1
5-2
5-1
3- 1
2-1
4- 1
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well throuehout the entire season

and deserved an awful lot of con
deration for their fine showing
The '"D" League was somethr.i?
different, as only Balboa was able
to go through the entire season of
play without a league defeat, and
twelve consecutive victories. In
the "C" League, Balboa once a
gain demonstrated its power, )
defeating the boys from Ancon in
three games out of four.
All in all. the boys participated

In a very commendable fashivi
and even though some of the teams
did not fare too well, each and ev
ery one of the players should b?
commended for their fine pei
formance during the entire yssr
The final league standings are as
follows:

"C" League
Balboa
Ancon
"D" LEAGUE
Balboa
Gamboa
Diablo
Ancon

throueh the regular league tinde

feaied, by defeating Margarita 20
to 14 in another close battle. J.
Pabon was high scorer for Mar

s. McCullouah led his mates to

victory by scoring s points. Oecrge
Thompson was the fighting lat,
that saved the Balboa team from

"A"
"B"
"C"
"D"
'E"

Margarita
Balboa
Balboa
Margarita
Diablo

(45-39) Balboa
(39-37) Margpr.
(24-23) Margar
(27.18) Balboa
(28. 2) Balboa.

W L He.
3 1 .'5"
1 3 .250
12 0 1.000
8 4 -Brt?
5 7 .417
0 12 .00)
4 0 LOOT
0 4 .000

By Conrado Suigejtnt

Sth Raea "C and O" Natives t P Purse $425.00 .. .pool Closes 3:00
1 Don BrigidO G. Sanchez 115 Distance suita ityht S-l
2 Napa H. Ruiz 10? Good early speed 25 1
3 EngafiOso B. Baeza 108 Could surprise 5 2
4 Titita A. Vsquz 115 -Seems best here 4-5
5 Don Luis E. Dario 105 WOuW pay Off Mil
6 Chito F. Justiniani lOOv Ran well in last 4-1

Chilean trainer ".Manuel Rivera navia by Nearco 4nd has a "tt-1 e
Rivera and his countryman, Hec.-.ing" of 1S03 points? in the British

tor Marino Ruiz, the owner of sev-4Time Form.

eral new tppnotch cnitean mrougn mrougn-breds,
breds, mrougn-breds, now racing at the l'rtsident
Remon racetrack, have come to
the partus' the ways after a
brief one month of owner-trainer
relationship.

Rivera and Marino, reporieuiy

Series Imp. 7 F. Pursa $500.M
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Paal Clttaa 3:30

-oOo

Throughbreds Guindado and No No-galina
galina No-galina and the na ive Zia are three
newcomers scheduled to make
their debut over the weekend at
the Juan Diaz oval.

Guindado, a seven-year-old chest

decided to sever'', tneir -ceUnyns.Up nut Argentine bred offspring of

followine a heated discussion, ay

er the scratching qf .Djance from
last Sunday's nth race.
Rivera was fjne,d f2A ad the
horse was jjpenaed for four
mee.s by the track stewards for
the scratching, of tii horse at the
minute. Marino, .liimself insisted,
on :jiaitcUrii''xXMi fSupdaaw
wheb this, paddock judge refused:
to grant Marino's ;lat-minu!e i
quest to allow the horse to race
without blinkers.
'RiVara latar accepted an offer

to train Don Lucho, Baremo,
Pancho Lopez, Mama Lola, Tox Toxic
ic Toxic and' Plea wo. far,. American

horsa owner Frank X. Ziemu z.
Panclio Lopez is presen'ly in
Chiriqui at the Louis Martini
bread farm on a vacation from
the racetrack.
Marino Ruiz is now training his
horses himself.,"
'-' oOo
The selectors for La Fija, La Es Es-trella.de.
trella.de. Es-trella.de. Panama, El Pais and
The Star and Herald are staging
a bof, battle in the monthly tip tipsters'
sters' tipsters' contest for August. La Fija
leads with 279, La Estrella is sec second
ond second with 277, El Pais third with
275 arid The Star and Herald
fourth with 271.
The o.hers selectors are far be behind.
hind. behind. t.
' oOo
Two three yaT old English
throughbreds Pardine and Argo Argosy
sy Argosy Royal arrived here Sunday
for-the importing firm of Jurado
and Fernandez.
Pardine is a chestnut filly by
Pardal out of-' Dawn Crusades,
which was sired by William of
Valence. Argosy Royal is a bay
ion o. Golden Cloud'out of Scamii-

Etendard-Guinad. is owned by

the Stud Rio Grande and is train trained
ed trained by Agustin.Soane Jr.
Nogalina, an impressive four-year-old
chestnut daughter of
Nasr-ed-Din out of Berlinesa, it
owned by the Stud Buena Fa
and trained by Luis H. Farru Farru-"gla.
"gla. Farru-"gla. Both Guindodo and Nogali Nogalina
na Nogalina are scheduled starters in fa fa-morrow's
morrow's fa-morrow's sixth raea.
oOo
Picudo, once owned bv the Stud
Miura and trained bv Lulu H F.

rruia. is back under the handling
of rFarmgia who bought the horse
this week ... AJso under a new
trainer fs Sojfto which was turned
over 'o Norman Kenny this week
... Alejandro Spooner has taken
over the training of the Stud 92's
Tanganica and Guarare.
Native debutant Zia is a three-year-old
bay filly bv Bracmour
out, of Air Shadow. This fifteen
sixteenths bred racer is owned by
David Wisner arid trained by Ran Ran-ford
ford Ran-ford Anderson. '
Don Koki, a three-nuafters bred
native son o" Count Curjev La Mu
cura, is owned bv Julio Cesar Ce Ce-defio
defio Ce-defio and trained by Lairy Tom-linson.

1 Mariema T. Hidalgo 112. Showed speed In debut
2 Matriculado B. Aguirre W Nothing to indicate
3 Guindado O. Bravo 115 Newcomer, unknown
4 Atomic Spring H.Gustines 110 Enjoying rare form
5 Venganza ft. Baeza 113 Has strong finish
6 Alhajar F. Justiniani 10ly Should beat these

7 Nogalino
8 Greco
9 Pasatiempo
10 King John

J. Ulloa 112 Impressive newcomer
E. Dario 105 Cojdd be upsettef
G. Milord 100x Nowbg recently
A. Vergara 114 -WouW pay Juicy oddi

251
5-1
51
5-1
5-1
2-1
S-l

7th Race 7th Series Imp. I Fga. $400.00
2nd RACE OP THE DOUBLE

Pail Closes 4:00

1 Clarucha
2 Romancero
3 Pastoree
4 Sicabu
5 Picudo

B. Aguirre no Returns from layo?f 1S1
B. Baeza U0 Better this wek M
' H. Kwt UO- Improving steadily 21
H. Gustines US -Will fight it out 1-1
J. Ulloa 111 Returns from layoff 15-1

sth Race "H" Nativaa

I "-rse $371.00
QUINIILA

Paal Clases 4:2$

1 San Vicente
2 Vilma P.
3 Sahri
4 Filon
5 Jabalina
6 Radical

7 Don Grau

. Aguirre lis
F. Alvarez 112
B. Baeza tlh
M. Guerrero 108
J. Rodriguez 115
A. Reyes. R. 105

H. Gustines 1.10

8 San Cristobal G. Milod lOOx

Has good speed 4-1
Good recent races 3-1
Returns in good shape 2-1
Nothing in months 50 1
Distance suits style 3-2
Good early speed 10-1
In.and.tuter -l

Ran well in last 4-1

9th Race 4th Series Imp.

7 Fg t. $400.00
ONI TWO

Paal Clases 4:

Havana Tries For
Second Win Over

Nine

Pa raiso Sports

Panama Oefoats Cuba 4-0
In Paraiso Cage League
Panama came out sharp Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evenjng to cut down Duba
60 to 42 in the Paraiso senior cage
loop being conducted for high
school boys.
the winners, took to the floor
with confidence, taking the initial
quarter 16 to 9, and wen on to
pile up points as they moved up
their score to 28 at the end of
the second quarter, while their op opponents
ponents opponents were only able to add six
points.
The combination of Wilred War Warren,
ren, Warren, Herbert Jdhjjson and Ru'hwm
Samuels proved the bewildering

ircwrs 10 tne ',;unan outfit wh eh

1 Golazo

2 Canoe
3 Philipipon
4 Germanio
5 Cervecero
6 La Generala
7 Manandoagua
8 Riotous

G. Prescott 113 Not against these
H. Gustines 107 Showing improvement
A. Credidio 108 Not good enough
F. Alvarez 108 Usually disappoints
A. Alfaro 101 Will fight it out
E. Dario 102 Must improve more

B. Baeza 118 Form indicates
B. Aguirre 10 Fastest at getaway

301
5-2
15-1
10-1
5-2
25-1
3-2
32

10th Race 3rd Sarias Imp- Pta.Fwrso $450.00 Paal Clases 5:15

1 Surumeno
2 Narcotico
3 Gouvernant
4 Silver Heels
5 Distingo
BMiehirioa
7 Paquiro

H. Gustines 111 Distance suits style EVEN
H. Ruiz IM -Ran well in last 31
E. Dario 102 Early speed only 15-1
G. Milord lOOt Prefers more distance M l
A. Goniales 100 Usually close up 10-1
.' Baeza til -Has strongest finish 7-5
A. Alfaro lOSx Would surprise 7-5

Purs. $750.00

Paal Clases 5:50

11th Raea 2nd Sarias Imp. 7 Feja

A. Alfaro lOTx Doesn't seem nicely u-i
,A Perez 10C Could be run nerup 5 1
H Gustines lis Seems much the best 1-5
B. Baeza 10S -Jockey may help 4-1
F. Alvarez 100 Better this week 8-1

1 Lobo
2 Bacancito
S Informal
4 Ouickie
5 Kadir

Raca 4th teriee Imp. 7 Pga Purse $400.00

ittAVTA Aue. 22 (UPI)-Ha

- - 4-i uiirni .rtlU.II WllJCn
vatia, alreauy bea en in two events fai,ed to

of the annual Havaiama maneuvers of tlie trio, the three
aent its baapball team- out tooay j stars Wfre (( J(,uieze thr0uJ.h
to try for the one remaining cham- everv Kne of Mmw the opposition
pionship. could formulate, and while confus-

Atianta enu ies aawcu, p lng her rivals were able tn ipi.m

iwimmiflg and volleyball titles yes

terday with impressive viciunes.
In swimming, Atjanu splash splashers
ers splashers faded a bit. from their fine
showing on opening day W,edi W,edi-day,
day, W,edi-day, but came out on the long and
oi 310-271 over-all score. Seven
new mett records were t.et in )ft
night's pool action. ...
Atlanta put the volleyball title in
the bag Wednesday wuh three
straight wins' in tha best-of -five se series,
ries, series, but the lea ma decided to play
again, tonight, off the recod.

Left with oaseoau as meir oiuy
hope for a triumph, the Cubans
gabbled-up Atlanta pitching yes
" VP Iff A wrtJ IkM,. II,.,

teruay io w lo"' nuu "t Kduardo

profusely.

, Warren contributed 25 points as
top scorer of the contest while
Johnson and. Samuels gave 10 and
eight, respectively. The losers top
scorer was Steve Garnett, who
sank 10 points.

nth

1 Joaelito
2 Al Justo
3a; mil" Mary
4 Luciano

Clases 4:18

E. Dario lit Poor recent races
A. Perez 110 -r-Form indieatai
A. Alfaro l(x In fight to finish
B. Baeza US Excluded from betting

5-1
EVEN
EVEN
xxxx

SCARES

o

League S: ending

Colon
Paraiso
Panama
Cuba

hest-nf-threa lenes into a dead-

loBk'. Tbe,,plyoi was achetluled
this afternoon. AUsnta won Wed Wednesday's
nesday's Wednesday's opener 04.
Cuba's male swimmers clearly
bested the Atlanta entries, but A A-tlanta's
tlanta's A-tlanta's girla built p an 84 point
edge thai was enough for the title.
The atUhttes will be gues s aj-tbe
annuajl Havlenta fiesta ball to to-ni'i
ni'i to-ni'i it an t will at'en-f the Snuthern
Association baKeball game be1 ween
A I tn a and Chattanooga tomorrow.

Cyril Farewood

Cecil Williams

High Scorers

Blades

Ps.
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COPTIR LANDS ON GRIDIRON
MONTR AL (UPI) A Canad'
an iBig Four football game be between
tween between Montreal and Hamilton wk
halted in the first quarter Tur.
dov night when a R6yal Canadi
an Air Force helicopter made ar
emergency landing to deliver
patient to a nearby hospital.

With hundreds of lsdy bowlers

on the Pacific Side of the Canal
Zone, it is tragic that the response
to this long established league
Should be so meager. Since it is
a handicap league, the dub type
of bowlerette can hold her own
with the pro.
So far, the following ladies are

tailed rosters; instead of live iaw;n teams oa are expecwa to o
to a team it may be nettasary to on hand next Monday. Aug. 25:

with threea to a team. inai vmugj, Anmpcras,

Ladle Bowlin,
Diablo's Business Women'!
League's prospects took on a dia dia-mal
mal dia-mal aspect for the coming season.
At the initial meeting held earlier
this week only a handful of the lady
bowlers made appearance. -As
a result, it is possible that

the loaaue will operate on a cur

"E" LEAGUE
Diablo
Balboa

Following the completion of the
regular league play, the Bathoa
Gymnasium played host to ;hr
other U.S Rate gymnasiums of
the Isthmus,-in the annual BalHna
Invitational Basketball Tnurn t
ment, on the days of Aug. 18. 10.
20. Only six teams were represei' represei'-ed:
ed: represei'-ed: Ancon, BaTtS, Diablo, Gam
boa, Gatun and Margarita.
In the semi-final game of this
classification, Balboa met Ancon
in what was a fairly close game:
Balboa emergine victorious by a

score of 44 to 37. tnus oDtainini
the opportunity to reoresent the
Pacific Side against the Marpari.
ta quintet, which received a bje.
For Baloba, three boys had to do
with the majority of the scoring.
J. Morris, H. Womble, and H. Wil.
kinson, with 14, 13. and 12 pom's
respectively. For Ancon, it wa
P. Delnari who bore the scoring
load, by sinking 22 points, and
sixteen of them from the free
throw line.
The championship game proved
to be another well played contest
as both teams were out ta disn'av
their beat. However; the Jargari Jargari-ta
ta Jargari-ta quintet took the "A" League
honors to the Atlantic Side, hv
beating Balboa 45 to 39. The his; his;-scorers
scorers his;-scorers for the pme were, for
Margarita, K. Kulig with 24
points, and for Balboa, H. Womble
with 11 points.
"B" League
Three teams were matched up

in this classification. In the semi

final game, two Atlantic Side
teams battled it out to see "vho
would represent them. As a result
of this game, the Margarita team
once again proved to be vsry
game, by defeating Gatun by the

score of 37 to zz. a. jaaues was
the high point man for Margarita
by scorinc 10 points; while Han Hanson
son Hanson for Gatun scored 13 points.
In the championshio round, Mar Margarita
garita Margarita once again faced IBalbox
which had drawn the bye for this
class. This was truly a very well
contested affair in vhich nobody
could be declared the winner on
til the final buzzer had gone off.
Both teams were constantly fiahf.
ing for the lead and matching
baskets for baskets. The final
score, Balboa 39 to Margarita "7;
both teams deserve to be ennprs
tulated for their fine performnc
es.

"C" League
This league also proved to be
very thrilling, exciting and ex

citing and excrutiating, in the fi

nal championship round. The semi semifinal
final semifinal round was an easy warm un
for the Balboa lads, as they d

feated Ancon by a score o' 29 to

9. For Ancon, A. Osborne scored

4 points to lead his mates;, wh'le

T. Perantie hit for 11 points fr
the victorious

The championship round of this
classification proved to be the
best game of them all, as the two
teams fought very hard right
down to the final buzzer. Through,
out the entire game, no more than
four pO'"ts at a time separated one
team m the other, and tensinr,
mounte't as the game continued
to its final seconds. As the hort
went off. the Balboa lads let out
a shout of joy, as they had lust
defeated the hard fighting Marga Margarita
rita Margarita quintet 24 to 23. in the best
game played during tbe entire
tournament.

Here too, both teams deserved
some sort of reward for their e
cellent performance throughout he

entire game; as it was, only the

tired lads from Balboa receive!
the coveted blue ribbon for chsm.
pions fn their respective league

an honor wen earen oy an oi hw
team members. For Balboa. T
Perantie scored 13 points; wnile
t. Cronan scored 11 points for
Margarita.

go

season

opens

at the Diablo Ser tnan, Grace Moskowitz, Murrell

vice Center Laws on Monday fept.

I at 7:30.
Beror the season starts, anoth another
er another meeting will be held at 7 30
p.m. at the Diablo Bowling Center,
August 25. Tha league officials
have sent an urgent appeal to the
gals to be at the meeting Fur Furthermore,
thermore, Furthermore, any other gal who w ints
to bowl shoiild attend the next
meeting.

Michussee, Dotti Hayman, Pearl

Simms, Lee Basham, Thelma Cam Cam-by,
by, Cam-by, Marge Hicks, B. J. Nelson,
Bernice Roberts, Bea Lambroia,
Jean Hume, Frances Jones, Joan Joanne
ne Joanne Dayvle, Virginia Nessler, Lena
Burchett, Reggie Schmidt. Lil
Gunn, Liz Buston, Ruth Daniels,
Betty Brown, Thelma Lowandee,

Policy Blaney. cjilaon and

Baity Potter.

"D" League
In the first semi inal game, the
Margarita boys trounced the boys
from Ancon to the tune of 52 to
10. The second game was not tm
as bad, as Balboa downed Gam
boa 35 19 Rt-sulting from thi.
two games, Balbo.i and Marpan
la were dhce aain paired OB in

the championship round. Marga Margarita
rita Margarita won its second champitnsnip
by downing Balboa 27 to 18. C.

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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Resorts

Spend your weekends if Hie
Mar, the beir beach in the Re Re-public,
public, Re-public, with ll kinds of tommo tommo-dities,
dities, tommo-dities, open slay and nighl. The
new management it at your aerr aerr-ic.
ic. aerr-ic. FOSTER'S Cortaoes and Lare
Buck HouM. Ont mil past the
Caiino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeaneide Cottaita
Santa Clara R. Jo P. Mone Pa Panama
nama Panama i-1877 Cristobal J-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid'a room, ea ears,).,
rs,)., ears,)., tcreend. Calle 50 Ko. 25.
Bell. Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-CI481
CI481 2-CI481 FOR RENT: Furniahtd 2 bed bed-roo
roo bed-roo ehalet in Bella Viata; back backyard,
yard, backyard, etc. infoamation phone i i-1805,
1805, i-1805, 8 to 9 a.m. 7 to 8 p.m.
r come to 46th Street No. JO.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia.
Tel. 3-1285
FOR RENT: Newly built chalet
three bedroom, large living and
dining room, kitchen, garage,
maid's room, big yard. For in information
formation information house No. 11, 88th
street, Sari Francisce.
fOR KENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedrooms, living-dining-room,
porch, garage, Street San San-tuario
tuario San-tuario Naeional No. 4. Tel. I I-2795.
2795. I-2795. FOR RENT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet, street 94 San
Francisco and 40th. No. 31.
Three bedrooms, living-dining-room,
porch, kitchen and garage,
maid'a room with service inde independent,
pendent, independent, for information, call
phone 2-2037. Can be seen from
5 at 6 p.m.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, kit kitchen
chen kitchen cabinet, atove, private bath
and entrance No. 3.52 Th. street
Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: Excellent rooms
with meals, beautiful residence
4-33 35th. Telephone 3-7993
FOR RENT: Furnished bed bedroom
room bedroom to single person. Indepen Independent
dent Independent entrance, private bath. 46 46-47
47 46-47 Second Ave. ( 48th Street)
Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Spacious com comfortable
fortable comfortable rooms, new house 1 5th
street No. 6, San Francisco.
COLPAN
MOTORS, inc.
CLEAR
T H E
LOT
SALE
1951 LINCOLN
Cosmopolitan
Tudor $600.00
1956 Hillman Station
Wagon 1.300.00
1955 Dodge Fordor
1.700.00
1955 Ford Victoria
1.500.00
1957 M.C.A.
Convertible 1600.00
1955 Ford Fordor
1.450.00
1950 Ford Fordor
600.00
1954 Ford Fordor
800.00
I.
Financing Available
Trade-ins Accepted
YOUR FRIENDLY
FORI) DEALER
. Tel. 2-0625

Apartments

FOR RENT: Beat located small
furnished apartmont. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, 5. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia.
Tel. 3-1 2S5
FOR RENT: Modern two
story dwelling with five bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water installation,
properly screened at San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Ninth Street No. 39
S 1 75.00, Miguel Hive. Phonos
3-4844 3-U30.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, sitting-diningroom,
porch, maid's quarters. Price
$110.00. Phone 0351.
FOR RENT: Cangreje develop developments
ments developments modern two bedroom
apartment, etc. hot water system,
further, particulars, please call
3-4968. after hours 3-6737.
Brand new, two bedroom duplex
apartment beatifully decorated,
hot water. Tel. 3-3884.
FOR RENT: In Camps Alegre,
new building, one bedroom
apartment, nicely furnished, hot
water.. Tel. 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Modern four bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmont, three room air
conditioned, power room, bar,
three bathrooms, kitchen with
refrigerator, deep freeze, auto auto-washing
washing auto-washing machine, living room,
dining room, balcony, completely
furnished, two car garage. Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Alegre area. Length of lease,
indefinite. Phone 6 p.m. to 7
p.m. 3-7192 or 3-7186.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
one bedroom apartment, $55.00
and unfurnished $50.00 in
concrete building. 2nd Carras Carras-quilla
quilla Carras-quilla Street No. 35. For infor information
mation information Tel. 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment $75.00, 44
Street No. 22, Florida Building.
For information Quijano Tel.
2-2718.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, beside corner house
across Drugstore, First Street
No. 2, Parqua Lefevre. $45.
Tel. 3-67)0.
FOR RENT: Two modern apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, two bedrooms, hot water,
maid room, near to Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, Campo Alegre, Tel. 2-2341
3-3379.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Also room with private
bath and kitchen. Phone 3-0934.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
District ot The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the adoption of En Enrique
rique Enrique Valentino Miller and Delano Eini
lio Miller, Minors vs. Clifiton Syprell
Miller, Defendant No. 4729, Civil Cita Citation.
tion. Citation. To Cliffton Syprell Miller
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom thereof,
in Ancon. Canal Zone, on the 17th day
of October. 1958 at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. then and there
to show cause, If any you have, why
Nathaniel Pailin should not proceed
with the hearing of his petition for the
adoption of the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F. Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 14th day of Atigusl. 1958.
Sara de la FeAa
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
Hy s Lois F.. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Cliffton Syprell Miller
The foreiroinK citation is served upon
you bv publication pursuant to the or or-der
der or-der of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe' Judge. United Stales District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated the l?th day of August. 19SR, and
entered and filed in this action in the
office of the Clerk of the United States
District Court. Balboa Division on the
12th dav of August, 1951
Sara de la Prix
Clerk of Court
By s Lois F,. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
Record
Headquarters
TREMENDOUS NEW
ASSORTMENT
NOW Hits direct from
U.S., Cuba and Mexico.
New records arrive
weekly. U.S. prices less
big discounts.
Panama's one stock re record
cord record outlet.
TROPELCO, S. A.
451 h St. find Via Espana

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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE Of OOT

INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACIOWES No. 3 Lottery Plaxa CASA ZALDO central Ave. a i.uivAFr.- r
BAKDO No. 211 "B" Street MORRISON -4th Of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. TWoU N. 4 FARMACL4
EAJRMACIA LUX-1M Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J IYo. Je la Ossa Ave No, 41 TOTO
MACIA VAN DER JIS 50 Street No. 53 PARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street e PABMACIA "SAB Via

INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACIONES No. 3
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
cendition. Tel. Balboa 2194
evenings.
FOR SALE: 1 958 Chrysler, 4
door, RxH 7000 miles, white,
gold, fully power equipped,
many extras, may accept trade
in, cost new $4 800. Like new
condition at $3,800. Rodman
3784.
FOR SALE: Hillman convertible
1951, good condition, $150.00.
Call 2-1419.
FOR 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
side wall nylon tires $1,850.00
Can be financed, call 3-3281
Panama.
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia.
Tel. 3-1285
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, two tone Good condition.
$600.00. Phone 2-1552 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 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 lacquer, can be financed.
Call 2-1870 office hours, 3 3-1252
1252 3-1252 after hours.
FOR SALE:
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR
Sedan, tutone, radio, WWtires,
automatic trans. Like new.
1958 Hillman-4DR Sedan, leath leather
er leather upholstery. Excellent car,
1956 Cadillac, 2DR, radio, tu tutone
tone tutone upholstery. W tires, power
steering fir brakes.
1955 Ford-Customline, stand,
trans. Excellent condition.
1 954 Buick-Convertlble, radio,
WW tires, tutone leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, only 22,000 miles.
1953 Ford-Convertible, WW
tires, leather upholstery. Very
good car.
1954 Hillman-Convartible. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition.
DO YOU NEED GOOD TRANS TRANSPORTATION?
PORTATION? TRANSPORTATION? Only $60.00 Down
Payment fir 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.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoll
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1955 hard
top coupe, automatic gear shift.
Duty paid. Tel. 3-7186 or 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. FOR SALE: 3 pc. livingroom
set, 2 end tables, 1 coffee table.
Excellent condition. $75.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3307.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 4 door
sedan, 1953, one owner, 4 new
tires, low mileage, excellent
condition. Dynaflow, radio, heat heater.
er. heater. E-Z Eye glass. Call 83-4122.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick tu tu-tene
tene tu-tene hardtop, new tires, new
seats, perfect condition, radio,
airconditioned. duty paid, good
price, Panama 2-5485, before
5 p.m. 4-0642 after 5.
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY: Station
wagon 1955 or newer, Balboa
2-2872.
WHAT IS
GELOSO?
ANSWER WILL APPEAR
ON AUGUST 27th IN
THIS PAPERI

HI-FIDELITY
Boten. University, Webeor
Tanney, Wharfedale, Thor Thor-ens,
ens, Thor-ens, Top U.S.. European and
Japanese lines. Design En En-rineertnr
rineertnr En-rineertnr and custom build build-in
in build-in facilities. Easy payment
plan.
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia
Tel. 3-1285

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Lottery Plaiu ( ASA ZALDO Central
Home Articles
FOR SALE: 1955 Frftjidalr
washing machine, 60 cycle,
good condition, $125.00. Al Al-brook,
brook, Al-brook, phone 86-2213 Qtrs.
329-B.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, nine
foot Westinghouse new, 60 cycle
unit. Simmons couch. 60 cycle
M h.p. motor. 0418 Venado
Street Ancon, Balboa 1209.
FOR SALE: For living must sell
one 9 piece, dining room aet,
cream color, two living room
chairs Ave. Naeional No. 36,
Apto. 9. Tel. 3-3404.
FOR SALE: Duncan Phyfe Style
blend mahogany diningroom aet
consisting of dropleaf table, buf buffet,
fet, buffet, six chairs, with tapestry
cushions, and chest for silver and
crystal. Perfect condition. No.
5711-C Shonts Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE: One living room set,
regrigerator and gas stove. Vista
hermosa, Ricardo Miro No. 15-2,
FOR SALE: Combination China
closet and buffet solid maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, 6 dining room chairs,
mahogany. Simmons couch. 3
piece Haywood Wakefield bed bedroom
room bedroom suite doble bed chest of
drawers, bureau with mirror. Call
83-4122.
"GET STREAMLINED"
Exeercising Machines, Turkish
the McLevv way. Body Message,
bath. Trained operators tor ladles
and gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
TeL 3-2717
HI-FI RECORDS
CLASSICAL POPULARS JAZZ
33 13 R.P.M.
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. No. A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
. 4, Nlte until S:0o p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANY
RECORD YOU WISH.
The Magic Super Seatoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. IS
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evrry Tues. and Frl.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RILXiE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW I
IINICAI
SPEEDL1TE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLT 2.3 Lbs.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, two
fans, 60 cycle. 17 inch G. E.
IV set, small table model radio,
two quartermaster beds, Steel
dresser, steel chaster drawers,
small number of rabies 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 (9.00) a.m.
till noon. Written bids upon
such items to be submitted to
the undersigned on or before
August 26, 1958.
W. J, SHERIDAN, r.,
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
TROPILCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana.
Tel. 3-1285
FOR SALE:- Baldwin U pright
piano. Phone 2-4329.
French Consul Shot
On Way To Airport
In Beirut Terror
BEIRUT, Aug. 22 (UPD- Ter
rorists claimed their first foreign
victim last night when French con consul
sul consul Jean Gaspard was shot and
seriously wounded.
Gaspard, 35, was shot while
driving to the airport. An explosive
bullet hit him in the stomach and
liver and he was not expected to
lite.
He was taken to the American
University Hospital, when he un.
derwent emergency surgery.
Although a number of foreign foreign-owned
owned foreign-owned buildings, including diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic missions, have been hit by
small arms lire, there has been no
attack as such on foreign property
or persons.
Gaspard.it was speculated, was
a victim of mistaken identify who
inadvertently failed to heed calls
to halt.
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"AMANA" Built-in Freezer
6.6 cubic foot Can be
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your kitchen cabinets
or in any suitable ins installation
tallation installation coppertone
I finish New introductory
offer,
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I Value for... $399.00
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Used "LEONARD" Electric
Range Apartment size
four burners very
little use perfect "con "condition.
dition. "condition. Originally $225.00
NOW . $90.00
"MASTER GRANDE" Small
washing machine ideal for
d i a p ers, handkerchiefs,
children's clothing, etc.;
never used but shopworn.
Originally $65.00
NOW a . $25.00
"HOOVER" washing ma machine
chine machine very little use '--perfect
condition.
Originally $174.00
NOW . $140.00
"HOOVER" Washing ma machine
chine machine used in perfect
condition Automatic
electric wringer washes
In four minutes.
Originally $174.00
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(fan 8c air extractor) ne never
ver never used but shopworn.
Originally $94.00
NOW . $69.00
"ESKIMO" fan 1" used
l perfert condition.
Originally $68.00
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PJJA
Porras m MOVED ADES ATMS
Boats & 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 I Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Motor generator set
complete with voltage regulator
and remote control. 25 cy. to 60
cy., 110 volts, 60 cy. 750 watts.
Voigtlander prominent 35 mm.
camera, complete with 100 mm.
telepheto lens, viewfinder, sun sunshade
shade sunshade and fitter with case. Phone
Balboa 2-3069.
Lesson
Dorese Waites School of Dancing
Reopening September 4th. Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, 30th;
10:00 to 5:00 Knights af Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall, Balboa.
Bhllroem dancing included in
all classes. Dorese Waites School
of Dancing.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 3000 meters of
land on Nuovo Arraijan, high highway
way highway Ave. Central 2919. Tel.
3-1016.
Six Waves Of Red
Planes Over Malsu;
Ho Shots Exchanged
TAIPEI, Aug. 22 (UPD- Six
waves of Communist nlanes Das-
sed through the Matsu area today
but no hostilities, were reported
from the tense Formosa Straits.
The Defense Ministry said one
group of Red planes flew directly
over Matsu without attempting an
attack.
Anti.aircraft artillery on Mitsu
am not lire at the "intruriinp"
planes, which were flvintr t a
very nign altidude, the ministry
said.
Other Red planes were detected
in the area but they stayed away
from the Nationalist outpost island
at the northern end of the offshore
front.
The type and number of Com Communist
munist Communist planes were not given.
Communist coast artillery along
Formosa Straits remained quiet
today and no other planes were
sighted, the Ministry said.
TELERAD
Call
2-2374
Brands
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
ELECTRONICS
new-Records-new
COLE ESPAflOL
Nat Kins: Cole
BURNISHED BRASS
Georc-e Shearing
THE NEW JAMES
Harry James
017 RUTTKRMILK SKY
HoftiV Carmichael
JUMPIN WITtt JONAH
Jonah Jones Quartet
DANCING OVER THE
WAVES Ray Anthony
CONFETTI- Lee Baxter
STAR DUST Pat Boone
GIGI Sound Track
Large selection of
classical also 1 1
, I A.
4th St. and Via Espafia
Tel. 3-1285

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WANTED : BH.Hg'sujr seretary,
excellent firitcs Jnd expo- v
rianct, call t. 2-49Q2 r
interview.
WANTED: Bi-lingual secre secretary,
tary, secretary, apply giving age, educa education,
tion, education, experience and salary ex expected.
pected. expected. Include. photograph,
Box 86, Balboa C.Z.
WANTED: Sales Manager Jor
welt estjblished firm. Good op opportunity
portunity opportunity for right person. Writ
giving full particulars, including
photo. "Sales Manager" P. O.
Box 93, Colon.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
WANTED : Boxer puppy fe female,
male, female, registered. Balboa 2-3700.
WANTED,--- Two passenger
launches. Capacity 30 to 40 pas passengers
sengers passengers each, preferably Diesel
engivos. No intermediaries.
Triayulo Vorde. T.I. jf4.
Would -like, to place my laun laundress.
dress. laundress. Honest and dependable hat
been with present employer 11
yean. Call 83-4122.
Domestic Employment
JUST ARRIVED
NAT KING COLE f
in a fascinating departure
Singing in Spanish
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espafia.
Tel. 3-185
10 Republics OK
Brazilian Plan;
Others Hold Off"
RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 22
(VVlf- The, jilted Uatttf and 10
other Western Hemisphere na nations
tions nations have approved a Brazilian
plan for a meeting in Washington
possibly next month, to blueprint
closer inter-American economic
cooperation it was announced last
night.
Fireign Minister Francisco Ne Ne-grao
grao Ne-grao de Lima told a news confer conference
ence conference that the other 10 nations of
the hemisphere have asked for
more time to study the agenda
inuijusea ior tn meeting.
LEGAL fTOTIGE'N
United State District' CimaPjFor The
DistriM of The CanHflone
,. Balboa Division"'
In the matter of the adoption of Ll Ll-Ma
Ma Ll-Ma Williams, a' Minor vs. James Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Defendant. No. 4723, Civil Cita Citation.
tion. Citation. 7 ..v
To James Wlflttme
You are hereto Required to appear
mc 'vinwainei jjisurict court
for the DistrlcfSSf the Canal' Zone, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at trie Courtroom thereof.
In Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 17th day
of October, 1958 at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, then and there
to show cause, if any you have, why
Ricksford D. Bayley & Doioree V. Bay Bay-ley
ley Bay-ley should not proceed with the hear hearing
ing hearing of his petition for the adoption of
the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F. Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 14;th day bf August. 1936.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
BysLols K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To James Williams:
The foregoing citation is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
nriler of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
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Because Of Accident Risk' . ;V
Denmark Cancels Visit
Of Nuclear Sub Skate
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Aug. 22 (UPI) Premier
and foreign minister H. C. Hansen last night cancelled
the scheduled visit to Denmark Saturday of the U.S. a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic submarine Skate to avoid the risk of a possible
atomic accident.
Hansen acted after talks with Danish atomic scien scientists
tists scientists who said the city might be endangered by radiation
rf any mishaps occurred aboard the submarine or if it
were to collided with another ship while in the Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen harbor.
"Even though an accident of any kind is not likely
to happen. I found it best to follow the advice of the a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic scientsits," Hansen said. "They pointed out the
risk which would b involved if any mishap should occur,
and the otherwise interesting visit has been cancelled."
British naval authorities In! bar the vessel, informed Nor Nor-London
London Nor-London scoffed tolay at Den- wepian sources said today.
1 uo onoinct the Kkntp.; Nnrweeian scientists who

They said a submarine reactor
Is safer than an atomic pile on
land because the sub's hull pro pro-Vices
Vices pro-Vices built-in protection.
Britain was the first of the
United states' allies to welcome

atomic submarines the Nau-i

tilus last year and a?ain two
weeks ao after its historic po polar
lar polar voyage, and the Skate her herself
self herself last spring following a record-setting
Transatlantic voy-
In each case nuclear subma submarines
rines submarines put in at Portland, a ma major
jor major naval base adjoining the
port city of Welmouth in popu populous
lous populous Dorset County.
There was no reported com complaint
plaint complaint from residents at the
"risk." Instead they turned
Out by the thousands to see
the revolutionary vessels.
The official visit of the U.S.
nuclear submarine "Skate" to
Oslo and Bergen, in Norway,
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spite of the Danish decision to base at New London.

studied the plans of the re reactor
actor reactor aboard the Skate and
its safety measures said it
"borders on the ridiculous" to
talk of a possible catastrophe
in Copenhagen.
"The atomic fuel and the
atomic reactor aboard the Skate
is so heavily protected that it
would be almost impossible for
serious damage to come to them
in a collision," one scientist
said.
In New London, Conn., Mayor
Moses A. Savin, surprised to
hear of Denmark's cancellation
of a visit by the Skate, said to today
day today his city of 31,000 Isn't at
all worried about nuclear radia radiation.
tion. radiation. "We never even give it a sec second
ond second thought," declared Savin,
who quipped, "Maybe the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere is different in Den Denmark."
mark." Denmark." The home of the atomic fleet

is at the U.S. Navy submarine

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As 764th Becomes

Antiaircraft gunners passed in
proud review today when they

retired their historical identifi identification
cation identification as the 764th Antiaircraft

Artillery Battalion and assumed
their new status as the 4th Gun
Battalion, 517th Artillery.
The gunners will tentatively be
entitled to fly 10 campaign
streamers from their new colors
one from World War II and
nine for the war in Korea.
A direct tie to the 517th's Ko

rea record was Maj. Ernest S

Ostrom, among those witnessing
the changeover. The 517th's

claim to battle campaign honors

in Korea is apparently taken

from the record of the 78th AAA

Battalion, which is a "blood rel
ative" of the new organization.

Serving with the 78th AAA
Battalion in Korea was Ostrom,
who joined the unit when it was
reactivated on June 15, 1949, at
Fort Bliss, Tex., went to the war
with the unit and finally left It

in September 1951.
Ostrom is technically a mem

ber of the 517th Artillery at Port
Clayton and also serves as Post

S4 for Clayton.
In the line of march this
morning were all five batteries
of the battalion Headquarters,
A. B. C and D.
Lt. Col. A. E. Bonniwell, depu

ty adjutant general of U.S. Army
Caribbean, read the general or orders
ders orders activating the 4th Gun Bat

talion of the 517th and a short

history of the 517th, as the of

ficers, guidons and colors were

massed before the reviewing of officer,
ficer, officer, Lt. Col. Wendell P.
Knowles.
Three batteries were recogniz recognized
ed recognized with awards during the cere

mony. B Battery, commanded by

Capt. James S. Angeles, was giv given
en given the Best Battery plaque for
its high score among batteries
during the recent USARCARIB
general inspection. C Battery
scored likewise for motor main

tenance during the inspection

and was awarded the Order of

the Silver Crescent. Receiving
the Crescent was 1st. Lt. George

L. Suva, battery executive offi officer.
cer. officer. The Battalion softhall trophv
was turned over to 1st Lt.
Maurice E. Kinnett, command commander
er commander of D Battery, for the Intra Intramural
mural Intramural championship In the
battalion league. The battery
scored four wins and had no
losses.
Orders announcing: the three
awards were read by MSgt.

Joe Milan, sergeant major.
Prominent among the eager
young set were three grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren of Mai. Gen. and Mrs.
Charles L. Dasher. They were
Billy, 5. and Charlie. 3, Priest
and Robbie Hyatt. 3. Billy and
Charlie are the sons of Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Priest of Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala., and Robbie is the
son of Capt. and Mrs. Robert A.
Hyatt.
Children of Colonel and Mrs.
Knowles who also were honor
guests were Cathy, 12, and Mi Michael,
chael, Michael, 4.
Heading the list of spectators
was Dasher. Other present in included
cluded included Col. and Mrs. Ralph A.
Jones Jr., of Fort Kobbe; Col.
and Mrs. J. M. Ernst of Fort

Clayton; Lt. Col. and Mrs. James

A. Moore, Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. E

Schrecengost and Lt. Col. and

Mrs. Roger E. Reeder, all of Fort
Amador.
The ceremony began at 10 a.m.

4th Gun Battalion

LT. COL. WENDELL P. KNOWLES, right, battalion commander
of the new 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery, presents Capt.
James S. Angeles, commander of Bravo Battery, with the Best
Battery Plaque as high scorer among batteries during the re recent
cent recent USARCARIB general Inspection. Also receiving awards
were 1st Lt. George L. Silva, next right, who represented
Charlie Battery, high scorer for motor maintenance during
the inspection with the Order of The Silver Crescent; and 1st
Lt. Maurice E. Kinnett, commanding Delta Battery, which won
the battalion annual Intramural softball trophy. The awards
were a highlight of the ceremon today at Fort Clayton, as the
unit changed over from its former designation as the 764th
AAA Battalion. (U.S. Army Photo)

East German Prexy
Of Old University
Flees To West
BERLIN, Aug. 22 (UPI) The
president of the East German
University of Jena has fled to
the West on the eve of the uni university's
versity's university's 400th anniversary cele celebration.
bration. celebration. The flight of president Josef
Haemel dashed communist hopes
to make a propaganda show of
the university's anniversary.
Haemel fled to West Berlin
yesterday. His flight was disclos disclosed
ed disclosed by the communists themselves
today.

I Weather Or Not I

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This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hyrtrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
Hieh 86 84
Low 75 78
HUMIDITY:
High !0
Low 69 79
WIND:
(max. mnh) NW-12 N-1S
RAIN (Inches) 0 .05
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 84

BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, AUG. 23

In the Engineer quadrangle at

Fort Clayton. The 79th Army
Band, led by CWO Ernest K.
Hoch, played for the ceremony.

Thp 517th Artillerv Is credited

tentatively with a campaign

streamer and a bronze arrow

head for the Aleutian Islands
riurtner world War II: 10 cam

paign streamers for the Korean

War and the Republic ol Korea
Presidential Unit Citation.

The 517th dates back to July
too? whpn the si7t,h floast Artil

lery Regiment (Antiaircraft) was
allotted to the organized re reserves;
serves; reserves; and was organized in Au August
gust August 1925.

Fifteen vears of faithful serv

ice were concluded for the 764th

Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

as its designation was retired, it
was originally activated on Sep September
tember September 15, 1943 during World
War II and has participated ever
since in the air defense of the
Panama Canal area.
When first activated, the 764th
was stationed successively at Ft.
Randolph, the Mindi Dairy area
and finally its headquarters
moved to Fort Davis in January

Mrs. Claris Stevens
Cunningham Dies;
Funeral Tomorrow

Mrs. Claris Stevens Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, 31, died Wednesday at the
Santo Tomas Hospital, following
a short period of illness.
Funeral rites will be held at
San Miguel Catholic Church to
morrow at 3:30 p.m. burial will
take place in the Pueblo Nuevo
cemetery.
A former resident of Red Tank
and Paraiso, Mrs. Cunninham is
survived by her husband Henry
Cunningham, and ten children.
She is also survived by her mo mother,
ther, mother, Mrs. Albertha Toppin; five
sisters: Misses Ina and Albertha
Stevens, Mrs. Lena South, Mrs.
Ermine Noel, Mrs. Hazeltine Wat Wat-ler;
ler; Wat-ler; four brothers: Cleveland, E E-rick,
rick, E-rick, Clemente, Roderick and sev several
eral several nieces and nephews.

1948. There the battalion's home
remained until December of last
year when the headquarters of officially
ficially officially moved to Fort Clayton.

Pakistan Negotiates
With Neighbor Lands
For Common Defense

KARACHI, Pakistan, Aug. 22
(UPI) Prime Minister Malik Fi Fi-ro
ro Fi-ro Khan Noon confirmed today
that Pakistan has been negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating with Iran and Afghanistan
for a common defense system
under a federation.
While welcoming Arab unity
and wishing the Arab world
prosperity in its own sphere, the
premier made a straight but in informal
formal informal offer to Iran and Af Afghanistan
ghanistan Afghanistan for any kind of feder federation
ation federation they would like to have
with Pakistan.
He said he was ready to the
extent of abolishing customs
barriers, removing passport re restrictions,
strictions, restrictions, and having a joint de defense
fense defense with Iran and Afghanistan
if they wanted.

New Renault goes
On Display Saturday
France Motors, Inc. has been
appointed local dealers for the
French Renault "Dauphine"
which will be on display dur during
ing during Saturday and Sunday at
their showroom located at Cuba
Ave. and 2th St., rear of the
President Theater in Panama
City.

The Renault "Dauphine" is a
new addition to the small car
field here and at the present
time ranks second in sales of
foreign cars in the, United
States. The new Renault "Dau "Dauphine"
phine" "Dauphine" with its water (doled
engine happens to he the pride
of France. Adolfo Fabrega, well
known owner of one of the best
service facilities In town, is
president and general manager
and will be on hand to jrive
visitors a demonstration.

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