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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, 1958
Ike Says He Will Keep In Mind
Ernestito s Single Wage Ideas
President Eisenhower is reported to have assured
tsldent de la Guardia that it is the intention of his gov government
ernment government that the interpretation arid application of the
Single Wage Bill be another step towards strengthening
the bonds of friendship between the two governments.
Receipt of the reply from the U.S. President to a
recent letter written by President de la Guardia on the
wage bill was confirmed today by official sources.
-In his letter to Eisenhower, the Panamanian Presi President
dent President had voiced his apprehension that the application of
the Slngl Wage scale on the Canal Zone might not con conform
form conform to the letter and the spirit of the memorandum of
understandings signed between Panama and the U.S. in
Eisenhower is said to have written de la Guardia
that he appreciated his comments on the Canal Zone sin single
gle single wage scale bill, and assured him that the comments
will be kept in mind when the regulations for the applica application
tion application of the bill are drafted.
Cocoli Housewife Flown
To G or gas From Santa Clara
Mrs. I. J. Aamensen, of Cocoli, was evacuated by Army
plane today from Rio Hato to Albrook Air Force Base and im immediately
mediately immediately taken to Gorgas Hospital by ambulance.
She was reported to be having extreme difficulty breathing
and at Gorgas was found to be suffering from apparent allergy
The hospital said she is not now in distress.
iier husband works for the Pub
lie Works Department at Rodman
Mrs. Aamesen was flown in an
Army L.23 light airplane by Capt.
Eldon 0. Bashanv, command in;'
officer of the Air Section, 1st Bat.
tie Group, 20th Infantry at Fort
. .(The headfiuarters of the
as requested by radio from Rio
Hato at 8:17 to senu a plane, ny
1:35 Bashm was airborne Troa
Howard new on ms way to iuo
Meanwhile, Mr. Aamesen was
High Winds Lash
Gatun; Small Boats
Damaged At Dock
High winds up to 30 mph lash lashed
ed lashed the Panama Canal yesterday
end caused havoc among small
era't in the Gatun area.
Several small boats tied up at
the public small craft dock at
Gatun were damaged by rolling
caused by rough wind-driven wa water.
ter. water. Some rolled so much that
cargoes of local produce tipped
Into thewater and were lost.
Among the boats damaged were
the B. Tm. Washington which sus sustained
tained sustained a broken gunwale railing
and the launch Lily, which lost
its boat hook and oars. The
launch Ciricito also had a broken
Not only the canal was affect affected.
ed. affected. On the Bolivar Highway, high
winds caused a large tree limb
to' fall on the road, holding up
traffic for, a while. The branch
also broke! off a valve on a 16-inch
water1 line causing water to spout
SO feet into the air until a Main
tenance Division crew arrived to
In Innnnnm An fr K
III JUpUIICJC ITMIVI
TOKYO, Aug. 23 $Pl) The
U.S. minesweeper PiPstige ran
aground early today on a rjeel in
the dangerous "Devil's Whirpooi
area of the Nasuto Strait, author
The ship's 68 officers and men
are in no immediate danger, bu
the U.S. Navy tug Tawakoni and
four Japanese Coast Guard cut
ters are standing by in case serious
The Prestige grounded at high
tide, making it difficult to reflm
it. Reports which could not be
confirmed immediately said th th-jagged
jagged th-jagged rocks of this reef have torn
a hole in Its bottom.
The Tawnkohi ha tried once to
tow the ship off the rocks, bu
'Shoot For Moon
In Safety Record
The 534 Military Police Com.
pany, USARCARIB achieved some
kind of safety record today when
they comolcic 115,623 miles of
driving without an accident in a
period of 41 days.
They art- now pointing toward
an accideat-i'ree record of 220,0
milea the distance betwwen the
earth and the moon.
being taken frorA Santa Clara to
the air strip at Rio Hato. When
Basham landed at Rio Halo Mrs.
Aamesen was on hand and the
plane immediately took off to fly
Basham arrived at Albrook at
9:35 and an ambulance from '5or
gas was waiting. She was rusned
to the hospital.
The evacuation from Rio Hato
was believed to. have been re
quested by Dr Ronald Moore of1
Coffb Solo Hosmtal, who treated
her at Santa Clara. At that tirrte
she was believed to have an oj.
struction in her throat.
US Ships Remain
'i China Desoite
SINGAPORE (UPnSix shins
of the U. S. 7h Fleet, 'which
brought nearly 2,000 Marines here
J2 davs ago, are remaining in port
deoitp newsoaoer (and radio at attacks
tacks attacks from Peiping and Moscow.
Commander R. N. Dillings as. I
sistan naval attache to thf U. S.
consulate general here, said tn'davi
no definite da'e has bepn fixed
for the ships to leave Singapore.
Peiping and Moscow radios havej
made continuous comolants about
arrival of the shios and the Marine-!
they brought from Okinawa
The RpH broadcasts charged
that the Marines were sent thpre
I 'w mi)rip oi inp in
imnesian renei and boost tension
n soumeast Asia.
BROTHER AND SISTER Two-year-old Armando Salazar,
whose father, Fernando, tried to kill him last Wednesday at
Las B6vedas, embraces his eight-month -old sister, Itze'. during
a visit of their mother, Inez Dolnde, 20, to the Panama Chll Chll-dreh's
dreh's Chll-dreh's Hospital. Salazar has confessed that he threw Arman Armando
do Armando over the wall in the hope that he would die in the fall
on to the rocks below, because of his "desperate financial
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ATTORNEY GENERAL Hettno Hettno-genes
genes Hettno-genes de la Rosa has requested
the National Guard to provide
protection for casino manager Di
dimo Grimaldo, who claims this
life has been threatened by Pi
ma Assemblyman Victor M. Bus
Grimaldo has produced wit:
es, including a member of
National Guard, to support
allegation that Bustamante ass
ed him at the casino in Hotel El
Panama Hilton early this week.
Grimaldo has requested that mis mis-tamante's
tamante's mis-tamante's Congressional immunity
Bustamante has his leg in a
piaster cast as a result of an in injury
jury injury which he said he received
when a revolver he owns ent
off accidentally while he was nut nutting
ting nutting it into the glove compartment
of his automobile.
A flu epidemic is reported to
have broken out in the jail at San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Veraguas, according to Re Reports
ports Reports sent in by correspondents.
The reports said 20 of the 73
prisoners there are down with the
The defense for three of the
men being held on suspicion of
participating in a plot to kill Ru Ruben
ben Ruben O. Miro has produced wit witnesses
nesses witnesses purporting to prove that
Enrique Cuellar, the brother oi
one of the suspects, made up the
story of the plot because he hat
a grudge against Alejandro (To (To-to)
to) (To-to) Remon.
Cuellar has testified that he
warned Miro of a plot again!
him was beirfg hatched by mem
bers of the political faction led by
Forces Voters Week
Gov. W. E. Porter, has dcs'an
ated Sent IS-JBJ "Armed Forces
Voter's Week" as a means of pn
roum'n" mmViprs of the nvlitary
to exercise their voting rights.
Potter's move resulted from a
suggestion by Secreaary of Deter:
se Ne'l H. McPl'-o" that covern
ors of the states and territories
designate this week.
Describing the purpose a! th
absentee voting program to
promote greater participation if
free government on local, state ane
levels-McElroy said, "we need as
sistance in reminding Darents anr1
wives to write to their sons an'!
husbands overseas, telling them of
local issues and candidates. an!
urpinf them to take part accordiri
to the'r political convictions in thr
The Secretary added, "we ai1
nerd much attention directed lo
service familis n th's country
who are away from their hon
"WHERE ARE THE BIG GUNS?," asked Billy Priest, 5, left, grandson of Maj. Gen. and Mrs.
Charles L. Dasher, as the new 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery passed in review yesterday.
"They're all out on position, ready for anything," replied MSgt. frank -YflimrvextTrthe-tfitflA-The
Dasher grandchildren who headed trie young set at the ceremony wert: iiilly, left, cousin
Robbie Hyatt, 3, center, and his brother, Charlie Priest, 3, right. Their grandfather commands
U.S. Army Caribbean. (US. Army Photo)
Negroes Absent As Enrollment Starts
At Little Rock Centra High School
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 23 (UPO Registration started yesterday at Central High School,
the nation's most famous integration battleground, but none of the hundreds of students who
registered for the fall term was a Negro.
A stay granted Thursday by the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals relieved Little Rock
school officials of having to integrate Central immediately. Registration for nearly 2000 students
will continue Monday and Tuesday for the term opening Sept. 2.
The Rev. C D. Alstork, resident agent for the NAACP in Arkansas, said seven Nesroes will
try to register next Monday or Tuesday unless they are notified in advance that their records
have been transferred to Horace Minn (Negro) school.
"Right now, the plan is for
them to try to register," he said.
"What happens then is up to
school officials. It's the only thing i
they can do until they are assign assigned
ed assigned to some other school."
The seven he spoke of were
among the nine who integrated
Central last Sept. 25 under the
protection of 101st Airborne Divi Division
sion Division troops ordered to Little Rock
by President Eisenhower.
One of the nine was graduated
in May and another was expelled
for fighting white students.
The seven are in a summer j
camp in Ntw Jersey. A converi- j
tion of Negro Elks in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, is supposed to give
them an Americanism award.
Mrs. L. C. Bates, president of
thp NAACP in Arkansas, went to
the convention yesterday.
The children win return to l,h l,h-tie
tie l,h-tie Rock Monday, but she won't
be back until Wednesday.
Mrs. Bates was expected to con con-rait
rait con-rait in Washington with Thurgood
Marshall, chief counsel of the
Marshall went to Washington
yesterday to ask the Supreme j
Court to reverse the appeals
court's integration stay.
Gov. Orval E. Faubus said he
Is keeping an eye on Marshall, but
mhatpvpr hannpns. it looks as if
he will call a special session of I
Wary Russians Tour NY,
NEW YORK (UPD- The big
sightseeing bus with glass roof
rolled into Times Square's soar soaring
ing soaring melange of neon signs and
billboards, past one from which a
man's picture puffs real smoke
"American advertising, said
Pavel Kazachenko, a young Rus
sian engineer. "It is really some something."
thing." something." It was the first exposure to New
York for Kazachenko and 12 other
men and one woman visiting Ihe
United Stales as the first regular
Russian tourists. Their reactions
to the city were intriguing, their
questions often startlingly naive.
When the bus pulled away "rom
their hotel, the Russians re
soon bogged down in the cl i lercd
garment district. In front of one
dress firm, a striker carried t
the Arkansas Legislature nex-t
week "or in the very near future"
to consider anti-integration laws.
"I don't think that anybody is
so naive as to think that more
legislation is not needed,'" he
Faubus put the legislature on
alert for a special session Thurs
day and he said he may keep it
on standby until the regular ses session
sion session in January.
"If the stay granted by Judge
Archibald Gardner (chief justice
of the U. S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals)
peals) Appeals) is superseded by a justice
of the U. S. Supreme Court, the
call will go out for a special ses session
sion session of the legislature on Mon Monday,"
day," Monday," Faubus said.
"If the stay is not superseded
there is still a very good possi possibility
bility possibility of a special session in order
to have certain measures acted
upon by the legislature, thus pre preventing
venting preventing interference with the con consideration
sideration consideration of other matters which
will come up before the regular
School Superintendent Virgil
T. Blossom said Thursday that
Little Rock's schools will open
this fell as all-white schools,
and that If the seven Negroes
try to register they will be told
that their records have been
transferred to Horace Mann
"What is he doing?" asked ar-1
chitect Mark Orlov.
He was told the man had a dis
agreement with his employer ittd
was asking the public not to pa patronize
tronize patronize the shop.
"Anrl nnhnrlv arrests him''" Or-
The bus turned up Fifth Avenue.
U went past the Empire State
t, l J : tm n : i i
suuujiig. uip nuAMdiis craueu i-j.
look up at its 102 stories but no!
one made any comment. On past
the glittering department stores
and Mrs. Anna Butenko, a house- j
wife and also an architect, said:
"Where are the trees?"
Her question was answered as
the bus came alongside Central
Park and drove its 50 block ;
length. The course took the party
finally into Harlem and there was
a noticeable stir of anticipation ai I
But Central High principal Jess
Matthews said he had not trans transferred
ferred transferred the records because no nobody
body nobody had told him to. He said he
isn't looking for any trouble.
"I don't know where it will
come from," he said. "The way
things have turned out, I doubt
that Central High School will be
in the national spotlight on open opening
ing opening day."
Boys in blue jeans and T-shirts
and girls in shorts and pedal push pushers
ers pushers chattered about everything but
integration yesterday as they reg registered.
istered. registered. Civilian guards with .38 caliber
pistols strapped to their hips pa
trolled the school grounds and
turned away pholosraphers who
tried to enter the building.
For Two Areas
Hunting restrictions will be In
effect in two areas during Septem
her due to traininc requirements,
according to Headquarters, U. S.
During the period Spet. 2 through
Sept. 30, hunting will be banned h
the Rio Hato and Jungle War.'are
Training Center areas.
But Things Are Better Than Expected
seeing America's "downtrodden
But the first sight was a huge
development of low cost apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 15 stories high, built for
Negroes. They were brand new,
sparkling clean with balconies and
"But where are the real
slums1" asked engineer Alexander
A rpnorter Dointed to a side
street of dingy tenements where
children played by garbage cans
on brownstone steps. The Russian
did not appear to believe him. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently he expected something
"Why don't you like Paul Robe Robeson?"
son?" Robeson?" a voice called out Iroin the
rear. The question hung awkward awkwardly
ly awkwardly in silence, and politics were
dropped. The bus passed the Juil Juil-liard
liard Juil-liard School of Music.
All Must Report
The Canal Zone elementary and secondary United
States schools will open next Wednesday morning, it has
been announced by the Division of Schools.
The first day will be devoted to enrollment with all
students reporting at their respective schools at 10 a.m.
Pupils in grades one through six will be dismissed
for the remainder of the day as soon as they have com completed
pleted completed registration.
Pupils in junior and senior high schools will be dis dismissed
missed dismissed at 1 1 :48 a.m.
In a memorandum outlining enrollment and regis registration
tration registration procedure, the Division of Schools announced that
those students who were enrolled in the Canal Zone
schools last year or who have registered early, need only
to report to their respective schools Wednesday morning
Pupils for grades kindergarten p.m.;, junior and senior high scb
through six who did not attend the i 8 to 11:48 a.m. and 12:50 to 3 p.m.
Canal Zone schools last year may Kindergaten classes will start
time between Aug. 27 and Sept. next Friday. Sessions will be he
2 and during the afternoon of Sept.
nun Is and fi
blanks furnished bv the school. Ptt
pils in these grades should submit
report cards from the last school
attended and brith certificates.
New students desiring to enroll
in grades seven through 12 may
do so at the offices of the Balboa
Junior High School, Balboa High
School or the Cristobal Junior-Se-.
nior High School.
Students wheose parents are
employed by U. S. Government
agencies other thin the Canal or
ganization, should secure it ad advance
vance advance sponsorship cards from the
agency concerned. J
Children will be admitted to kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten who will have reached
the age of five on or before Dec.
Children will be admitted to
i grade one who will have reached
the age of six on or before Dec.
Non-resident children, not
sponsored by United States
Government agency, may be ad admitted
mitted admitted on a space-ivailable ba basis
sis basis upon completion of the regu regular
lar regular tuition contract. 1
All new applications from tui tuition
tion tuition pupils are being received at
the Division of Schools officers m
the Ciivl Affairs Building, and at
the office of the Cristobal High
Parenls of all pupils enrolled ast
VCfll 1'1 r
tuition is required, should call at
l' office in their res-
I pective schools to sign contract
! cards prior to the oepning of
Students desiring to enter the
Canal Zone Junior College may
register iny time before Sept. 4
I at the Junior College Building,
Room 331, to sign their tuition
contract cards. New students
are asked to consult with the
Dean at the College office.
The regular full sessions in all
schools and at all grade levels will
begin next Thursday morning, on
the following schedule; grades one
and two, 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to
2:30 p.m.; grades three through
six, 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3
"Where Van Cliburn studied,"
said the bus guide.
"Ah. .Cliburn. .Cliburn," the
murmur swept the group. Even
the Intourist man, Vladimir Bib Bib-kin,
kin, Bib-kin, delegated by his government
to shepherd the sroup, orgot his
duties to mention of the Te:.-'
"Ah, that Cliburn," he said.
"His playing was the high point
of the Moscow season."
The bus turned down Thir
Avenue through the Bowery where
a few alcoholic derelicts sprawled
in doorways. One Russian nudged
another and pointed, but they
Visit Stock Exchange
The high point of the trip was
Wall Street. The Soviets came
during the busy noon hour. Word
spread of their identity and po-
from 9 to 11 a.m. and
1'P m. with
nated at mid-year.
Article By Chaplain
Here Makes Army
An article by Chaplain (colonel)
Silas E. Decker, USARCARIB
chaplain, appears in the Septem September
ber September issue of Army Information
uigesi, oniciai U.S. Army maga magazine.
zine. magazine. Entitled "Church Without Walla
it describes an unusual organiza.
tion, the Men's Club of the DJ.
pels of Fort George G. Mend,'
Md., where Chaplain Decker was
assigned as Second U.S. Army
chaplain before coming to the
j Aimed at promoting the t!
religious program on the post the
jclub brings together under one
roof civilian and military person person-ncl
ncl person-ncl of all faiths and ranks in
' From a small beginning, the
organization in two years hai
grown to the point where bet between
ween between 300 and 400 persons now
jmeet at the monthly luncheens.
Gutst speaker's have included jomt)
of the foremost military and civi.
Iiian figures in the nation, whoso
topics range over almost every fa facet
cet facet o" modern life.
Because the Fort Meade club
ihas been so successful. Chaplain
! Decker explains, plans are under,
jway to establish similar clubs at
other installations in the second
I Army area.
VISITS WITH PREMIER
DUBLIN, Ireland (UPD-Pre-mier
Eamon de Valera received
Lions International president Dud Dudley
ley Dudley L. Simms and his wife yester yester-Iday.
Iday. yester-Iday. Simms owns a chain of
stores in West Virginia and Ohio,
lice hald back a crown at the
door of the Slock Exchange.
"Why must there be police?''
"Well, the people are curious,
a reporter replitd. "There ar
crowds because it isn't every daj
that Russians come to Wail
On the visitors' gallery over overlooking
looking overlooking the trading floor, broker
and clerks paused to stare up at
Robojev said the people on th
phusy floor seemed very .mtvous.
"How many of them hav heart
attacks when stocks fall?" he)
Another Russian wanted lo know
how many people go bankrupt
, "None, for a 'long time," iJk
i the girl guide (rom the exchange
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1951
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THE MAIL BOX
DIABLO COFFEE CROP
&U' "reddv the fly and his wife Freida sat on their favorite observ observ-atioi.
atioi. observ-atioi. scat one oi ine beams uver looKing the uuuis in the Diablo
Clubnouse- They hal just hmshed dinner, helping ihemselves Horn
the plates oi Die timers. Potatoes, and gravj, menl and a variety
Of other viands. They r. at aloft, hippy as only two flies in a club clubhouse
house clubhouse could be. Freddie, hi sfeet covered with goo meringue told
FrrUa "Watch me walk around on that bald-headed guys dome.
H drives 'em nuts." But Freida watching the door asked. "Do you
Me what I see''" a fellow with a tummy so big it came through
fhe doer long before he did. Following him was a tall skinny guy
and a third man Mowed them in. As they stepped and looked
around Freddy said, "why that's Luke McLuke and Jellybelly
B00IThey sat a table while the third man picked up a tray and or ordered
dered ordered three cups of coffee. Returning to the table he sat the coffee
cups down and as each took a drink they looked at each other and
Jellvbelly asked: "What in the geedosifat is this
"Why jl s .supposed, to be coffee,' his host replied
"Coffee" Jellybellv and McLuk- snorted in unison, on t taste
Wee no coffee I ever drank, an-' I've drank a lot
"If it doesn't taste like cVe what does it taste like? their
C('mjSllvkaendd McLuke took another sip and shook their heads
" Dangetf if I know. Taint like any thing I ever drank before.
MeLuke decided. "When I was down in Lous.ana hey had sumpin
tneTused to put on the water in the swamp, to kill the skeeters. I
fell' in once and it tasted sumthin' like this, but not so bad
Jellvbellv spoke up: "When I was in Sowbelly Arkinsaw I
worked for farmer and he had a tank full of some stuff they call call-Td
Td call-Td eepd.p Thev used to push the sheep and ca tie m to kill the
ticks One of them ornerv rows pulled me in one time and got a
big swalkk of this here stuff. It tasted like this only w.sn t hot
"What's that girl a-doin' standing on that chair in front of
ttOTShtVj3&?to make an urn of coffee. Want to watch her?"
So the thraj trooped back and watched the girl make the cofr
fee. Jellybelly looked at his companions and said: Well, what do
you know. They use a roll of tar paper, five shovels of mud and a
tablespoon of coffee.-"
"Does that surprise you. asked their host
"It suit does," replied Jellybelly. "I didn't think they put any
coffee in It." ScioU
,; SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
down" in cry creek out near town and. got out to .instigate.
down in ad rv creek' out near' town and got out 'to investigate. He
found it contained what was left of five girls, 15 to 20 years old
who had taken their last joyride. It occurs everv day and no way
to stop it The;speed limit is 60 mph, and the road patrols find the
pooular speed a little over 100.
Last vear. I received a travelog from Mae Lewis of her trip
throueh. Furepe; this vear a radio travelogue without the travel.
Don't toiow what we would without the radio. Sure can keep up
WifM sUggdstion,.thi,P,aft bUhe. xt State drew comment
tr California concurrmgT?Vvervaf Pftnama may no like it,
but it would make her the. richest little court ry in the world
We re in the market' for uranium, and I hear there s some in
Ptttsmi. Need a sure power for planes; gasoline is too explosive
The woild is still upset, and Russia wants it all, and can t han-
Telorm1inVthe1Per;,ian Gulf I can't help it, so let it go un until
til until Jirxt week -Pop" Wright.
By VICTOR RIISEL
ROME Somewhere someone
may have the impression that the
slaughter of Hungarian women
and kids by Red tanks has the
Russians unpopular among the
masses of the western world.
Forget it. Nikita Khrushchev' e
crei services have had little u..
ficulty recruuing lor the, army of
Soviet saboteurs which dralws u.
ver Western Kurope. (
for the army of Soviet saboteurs
wnich crawls over Western Euro Europe.
pe. Europe. before somebody tells me to
throw away in., wuak nd-dagger
outiit, I want to make my gory
point with ihe story o. the missile
launching sue a lew miles nor'h
oi Rome near ihe Lake of Brac Brac-ciano.
ciano. Brac-ciano. The Italian Army set the .laun .launching
ching .launching ramp there oecause it sat in
ed luce a perfect spot, inert
hills ano woouianus .or cantos,
glage And Lake bracciano .te
tens in ihe loveiy noman sua so
that incoming enemy aircrau
lots woulo be uazzieu by the re.
flections. Trying to bomo Lie o.. o..-would
would o..-would be liKe uying uver a huge
mirror which shoots the un's ru,. ru,.-right
right ru,.-right back into the pilots' eyes.
All that was needed was secivv...
so no one wouiu know that the
ramp was aimed at the suum..
rine pens on We coast ot Albania.
1 drove through the sector iht
other night witn a "lellow" who
knows aDout these things. The
point was made that the Commu Communists
nists Communists kenew all about the site not
long after it was prepared and
soon were broadcasting at.acks on
I the government for Duilsing it.
I There is little, indeed, that can be
constructed in Italy which the Com
i munist labor apparatus, known as
I the General Confederation o" Ita Italian
lian Italian Labor, doesn't know within a
I matter of hours.
This powerful Federation of
some J.uou.uoo members is pan
of the global Soviei machine. It is
hard for the American mind to
grasp the fact, but through this la labor
bor labor federation, the Soviets reach
right into our own defense machi machinery
nery machinery wherever our forces are tied
in with the Italian army installa
tions and civilian equipment. And
WASHINGTON WhH Preni
dent Eisenhower and AmDasiuiu'
henry Caooi Lodge are trying tj
C. D. Jaekaon, o; Time, Life
Fortune magazine empire, hat
been in Washington recently aelp
WOO the African-Asian hloe ai in;' lino ITUofihnn tu u
United Nations, the President ans police, and has especially Duahad
Lodee's son. Georee. mav alien ,, T .ndaa He y.n.i ..
part of the Afrb-American bloc even said he would put Lodrfe'a
S.U ? OOUUiglUU,
J. Ernest WUkins, distinguished
Negro attorney from Chicaeu. .s
beine asked 10 resien a assiv.
- "'w6ci t ic a ia.i2
am ,errpiarv nt .uhnr in nr,n. -i.. li
w ...ac iui juung LMuge in Knowledge oi Washington eainaJ
hopnrriA aafiitant cnnpof.w,, I x ..
picture on the lront Dal &f f if Tl n i aa
as a buiia.up lor tne job.
Jackson has argued that Loilg-'g
work as manager of Ike's m2
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
IT'S NEWS TO ME: Linela . .Tip to tourists: When in C't- in the same line with Van John
become assitant secretary
A big fuss was made over wil
kins some years ago as the tin
Neero to attend a Cahinpt mov
ing. But now he's been told by
nis boss secretary o Labor Mit
chell, that he should spend all
his tirneon the Civil Rights Com Commission
mission Commission of which he is a mem be
and to which he was appointed
as a siep luwaru easing mm OUt
of the Labor Department.
To this Wilkins obiected H
took his case direct to President
Eisenhower and a pathetic s'-.rr;,
followed during which the Negro
leader wept over the idea of leav
ing the "Little Cabinet."
Wilkins had refused to be fire 1
by Sherman Adams, who usually
handles these matters. He arguej
that as assistant Secretary ci
Labor, appointed direct by th
President, he had a right to state
his case to Ike direct.
At the session which followed,
Wilkins told the President that n
enjoyed his work and believed
that a Negro in a top internation.
al relations position could do the
unueo Mates much good wi
as a senator, made him the idal
replacement for Adams,
Jackson further captioned that it
would be smart to promote yomw
Lodge to assistant Secretary e e-Labor
Labor e-Labor before Ambassador Lonva
was appointed to thflr White House.
Otherwise .t would appear as if
Ambassador Lodge was promoting
his own son to a Little, Cabin
post. : ; C
WHOSE OX IS GORED
Senator "Long Jim" Mnrm el
Montana Has written a letter to
Howard C. Porter, president if
the Billings, Mont. Chamber of
Commerce, acknowledging Por Porter's
ter's Porter's letter opposing aid to educa education.
tion. education. ''However," replied Murray, "on
March 25 anH 8ajn on Annr 9
yo, as president of a basines
college, asked me to liberalise
tnas same education bill so it
would extend to private business
( "Your various posUioift on this
IT," r7i",'t "'Hmony
Helivered bv the National Cha..:
her of Commerce in heari;"---
ZThSe Peple are f; :bcommittee said'ihe SenaC
' "iwicMca lesil
tied agamst subsidies for srhi1
construction but admittfH thst the
Chamber of Commerce works nr
subsidies for various business interests."
Christian sneak dating John ire., ba do not wear white slacks and
land beiwen millionaues. .Bet
you don't know who Tony Cleto is.
A guy with everything. ii.
Big Dusiness. And as a sideline
he's actor Tony iravis. And as a
regular line he takes buxom Cleo
Moore swimming at HurbaiiK s
Fickwick Park. .What s with
Corinne Calvet?. .Here's huw
j tit -- lOI
uuii i iw-gei, uaiy nas become the ; the rumors started about the Mia Mia-training
training Mia-training grounds for our "atomic" mi iRarh F.rien Roc Hotel sale-
There, is, for example, the slight
matter of Italian global communi communications.
cations. communications. This is handled by a com company
pany company called "Italcable". Over its
which never was up for sale and
still isn't. There art negotiations
on for 50 per cent of prexy Har Harry
ry Harry Mufson's'own individual block
oi stork, which would still leu
wires, receivers and transmitters i him witn a large ownership, his
now virtually all of Italy's over-' Dariners with all their ownership.
COO C imm m n . i l a t I .a 1 f T i ""4 4 i
luiuiiiiiuuiiauuns. Ano guess and Keep nim in as ooss uiau.iam m uum atauu usici.y. o. at jyiarsns Spindletop
who operates those transmi'ters I and what would the Eden Hoc ry of a runaway marriage in one : relieio-
ana receivers?? That s y right. I be without him?. .Sign in tne act: ine planned it. He ran away
'"jre npnoied Dy gome of the l-atin yuaner dressing room.
world's most disciplined Cdmmu !Thmink.
The Last Course (Don't dessert
me): Cesar Romero and Baru.
nert week Name 5 i Stanwyck found each other in
"Is ittue etc ( vliJas- &ens lor01
ress agents: 1 get' Uk- mo",e, 'leaUVD,e!' W.he"h.e. dlsTer'
red sports jackets. These are ait
official colors o the rebels. J a.
din Wong opens her new slam on
Chinese entertainment at the Cafe
....... ,.. .......... .,, ,,,i... i ,,,,,
, :. ... j... ed lleana Bulova, once wed u
lvonuon payers, too. same uay ,, h i,; tii,; !.,.,.
SSJSLL Se S&, St, or"! 3
Sn;- w .t" pour. Water on the troubled oit
in utii a ifuiiuiiijj i' ii"
bughouses optioneu, with Sylvia
Sidney, Ruth Chatterton and Hit
da Simms sought lor the leads.
(Tried successfully by Ridge Ridge-wood's
wood's Ridge-wood's Curtain lime Players j.
Katie Hepburn wearing a r t
Greg Bautzer and Dana Wytiter
carried on like honey mooners at
Romeo Salta's before her take i t
for Europe and pictures, which
seems to dispel all the rumors.
. .Jay Burton, Perry Como's ta.
Francis Custer s ring. (Descend. the NR'r TV r a,
munism is a religion, observes
John Heublein Martin, then it's a
.'aith worse than death.
Ode to Gotham (And I Ipve
it): Here, embattled and betriy.
ed, stands our last citadel ot c
' 4 tt: ;' lUnil "Brw Alio in savs that Local
,00 deserWrS iin-hour Federal
Sbifi i wage for Local Raters working for private companies
n ThatiiFht sorted in 1954, and the fight went in other
diredtions tfll now we have our Civil Service Retirement thwrta
again to Locals 900 and 907, with Gov. W.E. Potter and the
Panamanian government also helping.
But before 'too much credit for those achievements is hand handed
ed handed round, I would like to know why Canal Zone bus drivers
are not yet paid the $l-an-hour minimum, thought it became
applicable to .private, firrds operating On the Canal Zone from
Nov. 29 last year. ,
Driver's f riend.
The Communist Party has so Tnese Are the Cold FaCts lization, New York, the wonder
skillfully infiltrated the comoanv'-1 1 Like Mine Hot,: Just beca,USP of the world, beset by self-si".;,
work force that in a recent shon I Joe DiMagg' and K,ath,y S3-.1, inS sharPers and their grubby,
steward election the Reds won hvlhad dinner at Stampler s F 1 1 1 1 grabbing adherents, eleemosynm
a heavy majority Yet this elerinn lMlf?non Reslaurant doesn t mean i morons an(j missionaries o" mal mal-was
was mal-was held after Soviet tanks ht I they're about to wed' n0 moni i content. But it has weathe,
down women and children thltnan her dales wlth tne Shal' of I siege and storm and remains ou ou-streets
streets ou-streets of Budaoesi thelIran meant ditto. .Cafe ChauveJOIUf surviving fortress of post -i-.
v ion so authentically French, the thropoid existence. It contains
Then ther i. tho m,.t f i. only Kina 01 aumuiea the remnants of our art, cult
Wisdom of a White Way Weif
If a fella wants a sweetie pie
All he's "otta do is buy and buy
'The Health Department in Colon should look around the
Menace market and the old swimming pool there. Woods and
grass are four to five feet high, a fine breeding place for mos mos-quitos,
quitos, mos-quitos, and the drain below the pool is blocked so that when it
rains a lake backs up. Something should be done to keep the
WORDS AND DEEDS
r.ertain recent notice actions on the Atlantic Side have again
caused many people there to feel that the Canal Zone law tails
harder on Panamanians than it does on U.S. citizens. I have
heard non-US' citizens talking about "rejected Americans" be being
ing being sent down here from the States. Whatever may be the rights
and wrongs of the various episodes which have stirred this kind
of talk, I suggest all the US citizens of the Zone try to do a
better than thev are doing right now to illustrate, in their own
actions and attitudes, the loudly -proclaimed wonders of Amer Americans
icans Americans law and democracy.
matter of keep
ing some nuclear secrets from the
Russians. But in this country of
11,000,000 Communist.bloc votes,
you can't keep any such secrets.'
A superb nuclear power plam of
the latest desingn is being planned
by the Edisonvolta Co. Some day
the company will be the huge "con
sole'' which will control the flow of
such nuclear power to all uai
French poodles. .E. Moroc;o
Round Table biippy about Holly
are French poodles. .El Moroc
co Round Table happy about Hot-
education theatre and elegant liv.
ing. .The social termites tn;i
toppled San Fr-"",is"o and New
Orleans from their gracious co;
mopolitpn w'tcr'" hve gnaw-
lywood success of Selene W alters, i rr) at New York, but it's t
. f : . If UU 1.,., nlm, .... ..... .
a favorite wolf bait in her pliy
gal days, who's s'gned for lie.
tween the Thunder nd Sun alt alter
er alter "Senior Prom". No. no
Can't be true, I mean about Sc
Its workers w.u uueci that flow. lene and mv pal, Johnnie Ray
L, X.. wuiaers i WOnrter what became ot: iviau- it nevrr wi because it draws
imii iikiii 4iie commu- man Muniz . 'rot. L,au more
for (hem and it is fntiirled on gra.
nite. The inroads of the three
respectability, relief and radica
bsm have been heavy but Nr
York has not yet struck its CO
lors. And there is high hope t'-
nists officially voted in by
Should war come, or some cri crisis
sis crisis recjuiring swift air transport,
the Italian gobernment would ra rapidly
pidly rapidly convert its state owned civi civilian
lian civilian air line Alitalia into a quasi quasi-military
military quasi-military air wing. Who represents
the entire Alitalia force? Again,
the Communists. They were ui.
ficially voted in by me air line em employes
ployes employes after Soviet tanks ground
women and kids into dust on Hun
"Advance reservations sugges.
ed." (Seems to answer the ru rumors
mors rumors of a merger with Lou Wal Walters'
ters' Walters' Cafe de Paris.). MGM'.:
George Hamilton courting Wendy
Vanderhilt at Warwick's Raleie'i
If war comes, or the skilled I Room. Arturo Ramos, Stan
talian auto Dlants 2rP mnwr PH i cUrd Oil heir and verv much mar
thp tatnnt thn hraine thn h
. .Harry Belafonte. .Dave Beck. ,y (ne s,- and tne energy of tne
Alger Hiss Wooing gals is fading world.
like baseball You need a greai
pitch to make a good catch.
, : . I'm a Joe Schmo from R;ima-
More of the Ditto: Kind of pre no: VikVi Dons;an. HoUvwoo''
mature at that, but the Lat-n .backless wonder, lone distances
Quarter's sending out invites to n 0n Fifth's pianist Hal Fi Fi-the
the Fi-the Dec. 18 nreem o" its Miami vjne. nt's all in on.) .Carol
Keach nrancn wun me noia'ion, chann me and enmir. Tnmmv v,
What'sa matta in the IBM Accounting Division? First, a
UB- rate supervisor and his assistant were removed and replaced
b an IBM mechanic. Pretty soon all other U.S. Raters will be
rahioved and be replaced by Local Raters. Is this how the equal
py for efltial work treaty is to be applied?
J Maybe I am too fjomb, but I understand that this treaty
did not say that U.S. Raters must be replaced by Local Raters.
Itr simply says equal pay for equal work.
J1 I do pot want the Local Raters of the outfit to get the
wrong impression because I was always, and will always con continued
tinued continued to be a staunch defender in their cause. In this outfit
mostly all tne Local Raters have been doing a good job. Two of
them, though their advancement was limited, have proven their
wrth. These Local Raters must not be too pessimistic. Manage Management,
ment, Management, by removing U.S. Raters, will not be applying this part
of the treaty in lU true Intent.
; WHAT THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT
I believe this is about time all participants of the Mall Box
came to the aid of their countrymen Thus, I am submitting
Ome definitions of terms discussed In this famous column:
J Single Wage: "Much ado about nothing.'' not to be confused
wat.h Shakespeare's play.
Retirement: Compulsory saving for government employes.
2 Labor Union: New type of free labor train for CZ workers.
Must people get a free ride and squawk about rough seat?
" "US Rates: That thing a Local Rater never gets
Local Rate: 180 percent more than in Panama and 180 per percent
cent percent less than required to live.
Local-Rate Market Baaket: Diet for Indians.
THE NEW TREATY: Patriotic move for the benefit of the
Merit System: A new name for an old method.
Wage Scale: Modern way to measure human needs
The Mali Box: The CZ "atir a pot" forum.
mm:- . .. .... -r Ginger Knows Nothing
the production of tanks and air
craft up in the northern industrial
belt the Soviet cadres will know
from minute to minute what is
In Turin which is Italy's De Detroit
troit Detroit in Milan, and in Rolongna,
the Communists control 25 percent
of the skilled workers. I've gone
over the records and have been
told where the pro-Soviet uni a
are placed. They could cripple
vital Italian industry whenever
1 hey are signaled into action.
Yet all these workers I've just
listed are Italy's top paid crafts craftsmen.
men. craftsmen. There is as much work
a man wants. There is no recession
and many of those n r'hern
workers could send said lid pack packages
ages packages to relatives in the U.S.
These men are Communists not
because their bellies are empty
nut because their heads are filled
nan are a hi" fend. (Is the Noo
nan.Pet" March?'! pet tn bn
sumed?)...T:n't (J David Schinrt
in London to trv to buy a hotel
where Conrad Hilton failed?. .
What's tth Hrace "P p v t n n
Place" Metalious and her disc
ock husband .Cyrano'
LODGE AND HATCH ACT
Adams had told Eisenhower
that Wilkins was ill and had to
retire fer that reason. But Wilkin
told the President that he was not
Ike praised the work Wilkins
had done both as chairman o tin
President's Committee on Govern
ment Contracts and as assistai"
Secretary of Labor. But he said
he was sorry he had to accept nis
resignation. Cabinet officers, Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower explained, had a rign:
to pick their own assistants and
Mitchell had found it necessary t.i
change various members of his
Wilkins told the President thr
he would think about the request
for his resignation. Wikins had
been considered a rather mil,
mannered member of the Labor
Department. Nobody expected him
to hesitate over acceding to tftc
President s request.
However, Wilkins, now 64 years
old, has spend a lifetime in fight fighting
ing fighting civil rights battles and al,
in work for the Methodist Church.
He not only objected to resign
ing, but some of his friends have
been even njpre t vigorous. -They
claim young Lodgo might have
trouble getting confirmed by tn
Senate because ha was reporteJ
to have violated the Hatch Act
when he accompanied Mitchell to
the San Francisco Reoubllcan Con
vsntion in 1956. There hwas w. w.-reported
reported w.-reported to have issued press
siaremenis and ealled press n,
ferences for him. As a member if a rv
of civil service, Lodge is foroi Veterans AQdlfl Ldfl
den by the Hatch Act from e
den by the Hatch Act from er. n 't
gaging in politics Now Buy Life Insurance
Queried on this point. LoV-!
Mitchell while Mitchell Wli hell, At Old WW II Rates
I ing draft the labor plank in the
vxur pianorm. iodge said he hn
called press conferences merely
as a clerk and had kept aloof
Lodge has been director o' thr;
Labor Denartment': Public Infor
mation Burea where he h
done a good job and won friends
lor the Secretary ot L,anor.
He has also been of indirect
help to his chief, because nis fain
er, UN Ambass-dor Henry Cab'jt
Lodge, attends Cabinet meeting
and is close to Eisenhower per personally.
sonally. personally. The elder Lodge, incidentally Is
being urged as the successor U
Sherman A'tams, when and if the
Steam engines are. of two
1 types, piston and turbine. The
(first steam engine imagined
Was a turbine type. Her, a
j p "ft i ttnrop b e r who lived in
I Alexandria, Egypt, about 2,000
i years ago, made a turbine like
i a kettle with two epouta and
no lid. He also devised a foun fountain
tain fountain in which waer- was
J pushed up by steam or hot air.
I Encyclopedia. Britannic
ried, embarrassed by rumors else. I Dellanina want to traH not) Tex
where linking him with Melss:i I tor sjx new oncs nn
Weston, the cafe society butter )., anf1 n traf,p -em M f0T
fly. Been confusing him with h.one new pres, agent. .What'?
younger brother Paul Add ,ecret about Mil"") Taka's "se-
Nice Guvs: Jack Silverman, vct-jfrer husband? Everyone k k-eran
eran k-eran host of Rroadwav's Internn. sne's mi(rrief) ha two kids
oonal Theatre-Festai'rant fnee OIHiThPv an live in the same K
Romanian). ..Baby Pi?na1ari stav en pimnan BlvH i Los Angeles
un nights ch-nin" how to e inf1 hp. "r0mances" with Br"
his name in the gazettes. Now
he's supposed to he hiding Tr'ni
llo's yach. (With the cario.
too ). Time marches on in
and others pr- tho nuhlicity.
(Or were.) If Warner's dnesi
want her Ra'f.Tl Ha'-'m does. .
S?nd St.'s veteran Jimmy R
"La Parisinne." Charts Boye-j(one f the last s-'oon keepers
loses Bardot to Henri Vidal. there) won a Peabody
test a' Ttos'anH. o' pl things
This T Can Do in Dar'r ,;,b the wife o' a security n't-
What h'onnnc1 to th TTplen '-Phe vas tbr inpSoc taiiPr than
( onneil-Tom ri'mV" "'""'iJ'Ti. Ryan, incidentally, be
Did sh" call off th ease?
ta Hall's in town. (Hooray.)
T-nokin" for sometime erotic
Thev dinin? on lr loor n "nr
stocking 'eet at Saito's in K. 55th.
Authentic Japanese, but h r e
are the Geisha falo''. .When a
how pirl ranie (nto the Tr
life as a chorus boy and hoffetl
iwnn soviet propaganda. Alongside Trin Hrinninf in 'oo's a euo
Uhe Russians' organization, we mer remr'--'' "Tk the
, have not yet lost our amateur i one who rotrf Tifnv'". .
standing. Because of this we may
yet lose a world
NEW YORK (UPI) Shdlton
Inc., makers of "Old Spice' and
other toiletries, today announc announced
ed announced formation of a new .Ar .Argentinian
gentinian .Argentinian distribution subsidiary,
simlton Limitada. The company
said the new firm would establish
Could yo" felloe "lor- "out ',
much pu'dreH Nina Foe Bob
Horton romanre . .When
Gene Tu"nev walked into te Pn
ouin a inr remarked: "He rtrws
not look I'Ve H was In a figh'
It's Where 'he Names Dron
Mavbe '' b"1 a eoin-'-n -"
thst Jarkims Afo- hoved of
for Eurone after Wrthdav"iftin?
I.yda Fa''-'---' '- thp socie'v
operations in Argentina hefor: the( thrush, wi'h tVnt on a nUni
Christmas selling season. that leaves for Europe next week
Iff i ilfctfTTTTal
Let us tell you how you can
still apply for ah old line legal
reserve life insurance policy
similar to yojir old NSLI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, von may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
low NSLI rates charged bv the
Government during W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
No obligation, tear out this
ad pnd mpil It todav with your
name, address, date of birth
and ae to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., p. o. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
11 Small apace
18 Pastry bakers
17 Organ of
20 Bitter vetch
23 Parasitic bug
un me ocean L
35 Unit of energy M
36 Sea eagle
w on njmpn l
41 No title page a
48 Javanese civet HT
49Hubbd nut P
81 Parched 7
88 Sally tor
1 Cheat rattle
3 Term of
8 Garment part
8 Osage orange
( Royal Society
11 Passage in
25 Employer 41 Emanate
26 Taint 42 Cape
28 Road edge 43 Horse'l gait
29 Cotton fabric 44 Young salmon
30 River in 46 Great Lake
Germany 47 rather (Fr.)
32 Humiliate 4R Th mm.
22 Consumer, as 38 Genua of (Latin)
of food marine worms 50 Female saint
23 Meadows 39 Revokes, at (ab.)
24 Hops' kiln a legacy 52 Qualified
B H B K M I B a I
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN All INDEFENDBW DAUT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, MM
mm k h a i linn m fisBia -HHHKih. i
Volunteers To Take Socio-Economic
Census Of Capira District On Sunday
SUGGESTION AWARD WINNERS Civilian employes ol
for submitting benefical suggestions aaopico oy ine immuumuu
tv. n xiirrcnn Ardniinu officer'. Robert A. MeCoy of Curun
uuu v "'---- -- - ...., , i
and McNair C. Lane or uurunau; Aionso wiiiiams oi uw
Stanley A. Grant of 28-A Street, Panama City and Capt. Harold
ment branch. The U.S. Army Ordnance Service supports all U.S.
service to all units in the Panama Area on material ranging from
iL. tt c r..ihK.n rtrdnitiM Office who were awarded
i ....i'oh i,.. n.HnanM offirials. Left to riant are Col.
du, whose idea won him a cash award of $130; Edward J. Kunkel
Parque Lefevre; W.r. uouiaing ana jmra mcvuai ui i uiu..uu,
H. Mattice, chief of the Ordnance Office fiscal and manage -Army
units throughout Latin America and locally provides
pistols through 120mm antiaircraft cannon. (U.S. Army Photo).
A socio-economic censu will bp
conducted in the Capira District
of Panama on Sunday, starting
at 1:30 a.m. All families who have
children attending school in the
communities ol Capira, Cermeno.
Lidice, Vill Rosario, Villa Car.
men and Campana will partici participate.
pate. participate. Over one hundred fifty volun.
teer interviewers will visit the
one thousand households involved
and obtain information about ev every
ery every member of the family, con
cerning their educational b a
ground nlace of employment, an
nual income and expenditures!
housing conditions, and data on
the land they occupy.
In addition, heads of selected
families will he interviewed -n
special social problems concerning:
themselves and their families.
Besides encouraging community
Interest in self, help and mutual
Id the survev wffl serve as trc
basis for further communitv de.
velopment activities in the Capira
District. Coooeratlon by the inha
bitantes of the district Is entirely
voluntary, hut response has been
Technical advice and assistance
'or the census is beta? provider
by Rnvmond Cordon. Point Fo:ir
and Miss Cecilia Alepre, of the
Community Development of tnr
Ministry of Labor. Social Welfare
and Public Health, and SCISP
This is the fifth census con conducted
ducted conducted by the Community DeveL
opment Section in the past year.
After the information is obtain obtained
ed obtained and the census is analyzed, it
will be presented to the commu.
nines for their discussions am1
Through material collected in
this manner, communities art a a-ble
ble a-ble to study their needs', estab estab-plans
plans estab-plans for the solution of thcr
lish a list of priorities, and make
Technical assistance, when re.
quired, is supplied by various Pa
nama government department
and technical supervision is the
responsibility of the Community
This census is being sponsored
by the local community, whicn in
eludes the mayor, school direc.
tors, vocational teachers, the locil
chapter of the Lions Club, the
farmers association and the Ca
SfHOLARSHIr WINNER Former La Boca student Wilfred Sinclair (second from right) re-
S nSSKS scholarship award fro n Club Altamira in the office of Balboa Junior
rollw dean Roger C. Hackett (center). The scholarship-grant is for one year of tuition at
the Balboa XC for young Sinclair. .At the presentation are Altamira officer (1 to r) Edmund
Kseoh Mrs Una Genore president, and Georje G. Thomas (right). Presentation of the
Warship is one of the club's anniversary activities, which include a dance at the Strangers
. .1 t n a. n A
LT. COL. A. E. RONNIWELL,
deputy adjutant general,
USARCAR1B reads General
Order number 72 USAR USAR-CARIB,
CARIB, USAR-CARIB, inactivating the 15
year old 764th AAA Battalion,
and activating the 4th Gun
Battalion of the historic 517th
Artillery at ceremonies at the
Fort Clayton Engineer
mum. mum ftw;:wn?HH
by Erskine Johnson
NEA Stall Correspondent
Mexico Orders Appropiation
Of American-Owned Ranch
Are Talking About: Mo Mo-vown
vown Mo-vown night life jjf;
er for out-of-town tourists. Those
night spots they've read about
lof years Ciro's and Mocambo-are
shu'tered. Not enough customers.
The little bistros featuring fi j
groups M getting most of the v
ter dark trade. . .George
"urn to the gangster roles o hg
celluloid past. He s the Cni"S
mob boss Who tms to Put Tony
rnrtis and JacK iuu"
SnTcoffins the Marilyn Mo.
roe movie, "Some Like It Hot.
' And about Warner Bros., re resuming
suming resuming production of the : OJ
yenne" telefilm series without
Clint Walker, who is sti 1 Ion su,
pension in a private salry war
with the studio, A new leo Jy
Hardin, takes over as J
named Bronco Layne. If the stu
dio comes to terms with Walker,
he can return as the show s ori original
ginal original character, Cheyenne Bodie.
TELEVISION'S MOVING in into
to into the science fiction-horror cycle
which is jamming movie thea theaters.
ters. theaters. Due in the film, among other
"The Invisible Man," "World of
Giants," "Twilight Zone, Re Report
port Report From Space." . .Dkytd Jans Jans-sen
sen Jans-sen TV's "Richard TMamond,
putting a diamorid sparkler on
the engagement finger of actress
Wall Street's latest view of the
entertainment picture: Movie
production has seen its lowest
point and is on an upward trend.
Television is facing its period t
greatest trouble. The initial TV
magic is gone ana tne eniinwa"
now must be on quality.
That pin-up girl title Nancy
Moss brought to the "Anybody
Can Play" TV show "Miss Fo Fo-zen
zen Fo-zen Hot Pastrami Dup Sandwich
of 1958." Can she ever live it
down? . .Stagehjod for Alaska
sending movie studios to the book
lists and script reading rooms for
movie ideas about the Klondike.
noveltv store: "Undoit youself
Kits.' (For people who gooted.) j
Little Evelyn Rudie's career
pilots are packaging a TV show
for her based on the idea that j
"she's a junior-type Oscar Le-1
vant." . .Sammy Davis Jr. slat slated
ed slated for an August divorce. ..The I
Broadway hit, "West 5ide Story,
slated for movie filming in 1960
Oscar winner Miyoshi (Sayo-
nara) Umeki getting a new name
Mrs. Winn Opei..Tennesseee Wil Williams
liams Williams conferring in Rome with An
na Magnani. He hopes she'll next
fall in his new play on Broadway.
Local radio announcer giving
his listeners a change o". pace:
"Men, he said. "If your wife
has laryngitis,' our pills are
guaranteed to keep her that
MEXICO CITY, Aug. 23 (UP)
Mexico has invoked a 41-year old
constituional provision to take
the 650,000-acre Cananea ranch
from the American family which
had owned it for 57 years.
An expropriation decree signed
July 31 by President Adolfo Ruiz
Cortiens was published yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, when It appeared that the
rarich's owners would refuse a
government offer amounting to
about $4 an acre for the vast
property straddling the U.S. bor
William C Greene Jr., son of
the founder of the Cananea em empire,
pire, empire, was closeted last night with
his laweyrs. He would not com comment
ment comment immediately on the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican seizure of the family ranch.
a residential spokesman said
Ruiz had hoped that the Cana Cananea
nea Cananea property could be obtained
for Mexico by purchase. Observ Observers
ers Observers said Cortines was determined
to take over the property, fn, one
One movie producer's idea
about Hollywood's "forgotten mo movie
vie movie audience.'
j Says Hugo Haas, producer producer-I
I producer-I director:
"Hollywood movie makers are
inmnlnrolii i .i I tn I i i. tt l.,,.v,....
Luuiuiru i v IIVT 1 III1IIVIIIV IIH III ,1 II
interest stories for people who
uoh i ime sex, science ncuon ana
horror tales. I
"If there was only one 'Marty'
each year, think how important
it would be to the film industry
in long-run good will and audi audience
ence audience building.
Asks Tobacco Men
To Defend Cigarettes
Warner Bros, is sitting pretty
with Edna Ferber's novel, "The
Ice Palace," a saga of Alaska.
The lute Mike Todd's biocra-
nhv "Nine lives of Michael
Todd,' slated ofr publication in
the fall. The dook was cumpiri
rd by the widow of ,Art Chon,
who died with Todd in that plane
Bill Marshall spiriting his 13-year-old
son, Mike, out of France
to his home in Hollywood. His
former wife French film star
Michele Morgan, was starting
court action to have the boy live
with her in Hans. . .The Tru-
jillo influence on Hollywood
lingering on. Local radio com
mercials for a used Mercedes
Benz ere bringing snickers' over
"Never been driven over 160
mttes an hour. Make some young
actress happy buy it today."
THAT SIGN in a Beverly Hills
War Bond's appendectomy,
just as his "Wagon Train" start
ed rolling into a new TV season,
putting Bob Hoon into the
driver's seat for the first sever
new shows. There will be roman
tic accent on the show wi
Rhonda i Fleming and Vriginia
Mayo sitting beside him in two
ALBANY (UPI) New York
State Health Commissioner Her
man E. Hilleboe today cnaiiengen
tobacco interests to prove that
smoking is not a cause of lung
Dr. Hilleboe, in statement
summarizing the department's po position
sition position in the controversy, aid
many studies, including a continu
ing state canter leseaim i
gram, indicate smoking is a cau-,
sative factor in lung cancer. The;
commissioner said, however, it
must be remembered that this
does not mean it is the only cause
or 'hat everyone or even a ma majority
jority majority or persons who smoke will
necessarily develop lung cancer."
! Hillphne said the department
plans to review long cancer stud studies
ies studies periodically to keep the pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie informed.
The commissioner urged tonac tonac-co
co tonac-co companies to "counsel modera moderation."
tion." moderation." "I doubt whether many people people-especially
especially people-especially those who smoke real;
ly believe that smoking is harm
less," Hilleboe said. ."However,
all the studies quoted show that
harmful effects of smoking ciga cigarettes
rettes cigarettes are lessened by moderate
way or another, before his term
expires Dec. 1.
"The government would have
preferred to purchase the
property without using a de decree,
cree, decree, but litigations and disa disagreement
greement disagreement anions the heirs
made this impossible," the
The expropriation decree di directs
rects directs the finance department to
set a value on the Cananea land
and to "pay it immediately in
cash to the person or persons
showing a right to it."
Tt Trnvlrles that, the Aericul-
ture Department shall take Over
the land and break it up into
small ranches and iarms to sat,
isfy the needs of landless peas
ants in Sonora state."
that a svndicate
of Mexican politicians and fi
nanciers would laite over w
ranch, maintaining it intact.
The newsDaoer Excelsior, com
menting on these reports, said
this week that "ponucai aemaS aemaS-oguery
oguery aemaS-oguery and acquisition of the
u o iunH nt financial Dais
must not be allowed to defeat
Liz Taylor, Todd Jr.
File Suit Against
Their Own Company
Alter Serial Numbers
To Win Prize Money Money-Face
Face Money-Face Prison Term
WASHINGTON (UPD- Over Over-anxious
anxious Over-anxious viewers have risked 15
year prison terms by altering dol
lar bills in an et.ort to win pmc
money on a television giveaway
program, the Secret Service dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.
A Secret Service spokesman
Hniiar hills with the serial num
bers altered were sent to the CBS
program "Top Dollar from New
York, Massachusetts and Virginia.
He described some of the altera
tions as "pretty good jobs.
The spokesman said on some of
the notes the digits from other
hills harl been Dasted over the se
rial numbers. These, he said, had
to be examined carefully to detect
the changes. But some crude at attempts
tempts attempts to alter the serial num numbers
bers numbers merely were done with pen
"Top Dollar" pays up to $5,000
to persons mailing in dollar bills
bearing winning serial numbers.
The Secret Service spokesman
said this was the first such case
on record. The Secret Service m m-evstigates
evstigates m-evstigates counterfeiting and other
crimes involving the currency.
The case brought a warning
from Secret Service chief U. E.
Ranphman that nersons convicted
of alterinff currency with intent to
defraud could be sentenced to 15
years in prison, a $5,000 fine or
The spokesman said the New
York and Virginia cases had been
closed without prosecution Decause
ot "extenuating circumstances."
He said the U.S. attorney still
was investigating theMassachu theMassachu-setts
setts theMassachu-setts case. He would not give the
names of the persons involved.
RECALLED Carl W. Strom,
above, U.S. ambassador to
Cambodia, has been called back
to Washington. The move fol followed
lowed followed the recognition of Red
China by Cambodia's pro-West
Premier Prince Dihanouk,
Strom has been asked to report
personally on the significance of
Cambodia's action, which State
Department spokesman Lincoln
White called "regrettable."
I. W. Abel, above, secretary secretary-treasurer
treasurer secretary-treasurer of the United Steel Steel-workers
workers Steel-workers union, is expected to
become the million-member
union's president at its con convention
vention convention in September. Current
President David McDonald, un-
der mounting rank-and-file
criticism, is expected to resign
to avoid an open floor fight.
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NEW YORK (UP1) Elizabeth
Taylor and Michael loaa Jr.
a oo o .Hp endant in a five-
million-dollar suit charging gross
negligence in the airplane accident
that killed Michael Todd Sr. last
The suit named as defendants
the Michael Todd Co. Inc., Ayer
Lease Plane Inc., owner of the
twin-engine Lockheed Lodestar in
which Todd, two pilots and screen
writer Art Cohn died, and Trade Trade-Ayer
Ayer Trade-Ayer Inc. Ayer Lease and Trade Trade-Ayer
Ayer Trade-Ayer are located at the Linden,
! The screen star and the im im-ipresario's
ipresario's im-ipresario's son filed the suit on
their own behalf and that of the
,i ,i,i tmi0htir horn to Miss lay
lor and the elder Todd several
months prior to the crash.
A companion suit for $1,500,000
was filed on behalf ot Marina
Cohn. widow of Cohn.
Mi Tavlor and Todd Jr. now
rnntrnl the Todd company but
tkoir oHnrnevie salrl anv rorDora
lion was regarded as an individual
under the law and coulH be sued
by anyone, even by the majority
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BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON
ENTERTAINED FRIENDS AT COCKTAIL PARTY
The British AmbAsador and Lady Henderson gave a
cocktail party at the British Embassy on Thursday, for a
umber of their friends.
Jfttsi Petersen and Mr. Owtn
To Exchsnat Vowk Tutdy
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Peterso
of Bslboa announce the approach
Ins marriage of their daugnti
Jlyne Ruth to Mr. John Richard
Owens, of Augusta, Georgia, in
Wedding will lake place on lues
day, August 26 at 7:30 p.m. in m
First Baptist Church, Balooa
Heights. All friends are invited,
Mrs. John Conty
Intertaini at Tt
Mrs John Coney, wife of liv
Fort Clayton Post Commander
gave s tea Fridiy afternoon iron iron-three
three iron-three to five for members of the
Fort Clayton NCO Wives l ib
Heading the list o' forty guests
was Mrs Rogers, president of ih(
Miss Burroll Hostess
At Cocktail Party
Miss Rita Btirrell. who will np
Oueen of the Carnavalltn uvWh'
at the El Panama Hotel, is nav.
ine a cocktail parK at the home
of her parents in Golf Heights lor i
group of her friendi.
Member of the I S Army
Ordnance Office en invert t h
own "Hellrapoppin"' party las',
night which began at 7 in 'h
American Le;inn rinh at Fm-t
Amador. Amon the man" at:.
wa the USP"ATUR nrdmnr?
Of "leer. Col. C. Nickersnn and Mr
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The Cultural rnmmlfM of e
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guests should meet at the Tivoli
Guest House at 9:00 a.m. Reserv.
ations and further information cr
be obtained from the Club's office
at the' Tivoli from 9 a m. until
noon week days. The phone num
ber is Balboa, 3465.
Mr. and Mrt. Howa
Rsturn From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Howe of
Gamboa returned Thursday
aboard the Ancon with their lan.i.
ly after spending three months
visiting friends and relatives in
the States Among the people they
saw were Mr. and Mrs. W E
Johnson of Michigan and formely
Object In Skv
TRIESTE. Italy (UPI) The
Trieste Astronomical Observatory
said today a mysterious object
has been seen In the ky here
every night since last Saturday.
A spokesman 'aid the object
sage is visible to the naked ey
rocket in orbit.
The object emits a light equal
to that of a third magnitude star,
the spokesman said, and its pas
for about two minutes.
The observatory said the object
has been moving from northwest
to southeast, and apparency has
been losing altitude each time it
fkt NtMli Oeaeaat, m
of the Canal Zone; Mr, Howe's fa family
mily family in Miami, Fla.; Mr Gilbert
Joudrey in Morningslde, Md. and
Mrs. Howe's sister Mrs. Rosses,
formerly of Ancon and now of
Briar Cllfi Manor, New York. Mr.
and Mrs. Davis Ellis o." GamUa
entertained the Howes at a dinner
in their residence Thursday even evening.
ing. evening. J..
Jimmy, who will be a high
scholl senior this fall, got a sum summer
mer summer job with a construction ''on
pany. He was working with mar married
ried married men who supported families
on the same hourly wages Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy hid to sped on dates and his
souped-up hot rod.
He listened to the men worry
out loud about the difficulty of
getting by from one pay day to
the next. He saw them stuck in
poor paying work that in not
too many years would be beyond
their strength. He realized that
these grown men had nothing
more to bargain with in the busi business
ness business of earning a living than a
16 or 17-year-old kid. As a re result
sult result Jimmy got a respect for e
ducation his parents and teachers
had never been able to give him.
I'm telling Jimmy's story be because
cause because I have before me a letter
from a mother who says that
she and her husband can't p.r
suade their son that he ought to
go on to college this fall.
They are wondering if they
ought to force him to go or give
up their dream of seeing that he
has the opportunity for a better
education than either of them
were able to get.
Maybe the answer is to let the
boy get a job and find out a few
of the financial facts of life for
It's a gamble, of course. But it
isn't any more o' a gamble than
sending him to college against his
It is hard for parents to tell
an ll-year-old anything.
But it Is amazing how much
and experience when they get i
an experience when they getin
a situation where they are on
Teen.ager who lets her mo4ner
take care o' her clothes li sto storing
ring storing up trouble for herseti in tlK
not sodistsnt future. Fort he du
will come when Mom won t he
around to do the mending, the
washing, the pressing, to sew on
snaps and buttons.
Sooner or later, every girl is
on her own, whether it's through
marriage or a career. And she I
find that neither her husband nor
her boss will be very indulgent
about sloppy habits.
If she marries, her husband will
expect her to take care of bis
wardrobe as well as her own and
to do it well. If she decides on
career, her boss will havj
every right to expect her to Km k
neat and trim Sho wnn't tin ar,l
to turn uri on the job with dronp.
ping hemlines, wrinkled clothis or
white trim that isn't snowy while.
So the right time to form aound
wardrobe habits is while you re
Still a teen ager. That way, it ce ce-comes
comes ce-comes second nature to you.
The time to take off that extn
five pounds is the moment yoii
realize that you've pui it on. Your
icales or your belt will inform
The longer you wait, the hard
er it will be. Take it off befor
it's well settled and you're not
faced with a program of reailv
severe diet with each calorie count counted.
ed. counted. To lake off five pounds, you need
to increase the length of your
daily walk, cut nt't bread, pod.
toes, sweets and starches. Subo
I tute fruit juices for soft drinks
! and stay away from sundaes am
It isn't enough to make you tin
romfor'ahle. It's just a matter of
being watchful and careful about
I what you eat.
The beautv of vour skin depends
largely on two things; cleanlines cleanlines-and
and cleanlines-and what you eat.
A thorough soap and watv
cleansing at least once a day Is
a must to carry off dirt and de;i'
A sound diet which includes fresh
fruits and vegetables, meat and
eggs. milk, fish and plenty of water
between meals Is essential to .1
lovely skin. Then add lubrication
wiih the right cream for your
sk'n and you're on your way
There's no magic back of thr
skin that glows with beauty. It's
the result of intelligent care.
If Borqninc's Wife
Hivorrcs Him He'll
pn Mr WO000
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actor
Ernest Borgnine has agreed m
pav his estranged wife, Rhoda,
1350.000 over the next 15 years if
she in turn will file for a divorce.
The Academy Award winning
performer and Mrs. Borgnine
reached a nronerly se'tlement
yesterday. She agreed lo drop h-r
separate main'enance action and
seek a divorce.
The cMimV marrIM in irtf.
have ooe child, Nancy Alli.on, 8.
y FAIRLIE SKINNIR
The Teen Theater production of
"Mr. Barry's Etchings' seemed to
have made quite a hit and the
Ktds had lots of fun wording on
it. The shows were held Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Friday evenings at 8
p.m. at the old Fort Amador Serv Service
ice Service Club.
John Reade played the lead role
as Judson Barry. Others in the
cast were: Ruth Larson, Earl
Drew, Terry Moore (not the one
you think!) Judy Sullivan, Jane
Miller, Leslie Eastwood, Dennis
Mehiel, Donna Brigandl, Ruasell
Sexton, Sherilee Goeser, Carl Lar Lar-sen,
sen, Lar-sen, and Eddie Drew.
Others who helped behind the
scenes were: Dale Bathke, Jerr Jerr-Sullivan,
Sullivan, Jerr-Sullivan, Maggie Millet, Tim
Moore, and Jane Purdy.
Now out of the acting scenes
and Into the real McCoy of things
we come to our VF WTeener Ball
Team. Although our team did not
win up there In Hershey, Pa., the
deserve a good pat on the back
for trying. After all, it's just as
sporting to be a good loser as it
i$ to be a good winner. A bit of
congratualtlons goes to the follow following
ing following fellows: Buzz Rathcgeber, Sal Salvador
vador Salvador Girardi, batboy Phil San Sanders,
ders, Sanders, Kenny Pearl, Larry Wilder,
George Cotton, Curt Schwarzroclc,
Mike Klipper, John Bateman, and
From baseball in Pennsylvania
we go to the nice, cool, country
air of Panama up past Cermeno.
Tom Ford was host last Saturday
to a group of kids who spent the
day at his country home ud there
The Ford family provided us with
"a very nice ham lunch which was
most delicious. The day was spent
swimming and having fun in their
pool. However, the three swinging
hammocks did not stay empty
Those attending were: Mary
Smith, Bob Coane, Bertiice Betz Betz-Mykland,
Mykland, Betz-Mykland, Carl Skinner, Tom Ford,
Budgie Vinton, Judy Llnday. Dick
Gooden, Barbara Ford, Carmen
Smith, Jean Ford. Madge Smith,
Chris Hearon, Judi McCoullough,
Fred Jill, and this columnist.
These same kids plus a few
others were present at a "get to together
gether together at Mary Smith's house
on Monday evening. Sodas, beer,
egg and tunaffsh sandwiches fed
the hungry with delicious home
made brownies to top It all off
The others attending who were
not present on Saturday were were-Marshall
Marshall were-Marshall Rush, Carolyn Corn,
Dave Yerke Dave Beece, Janet
Tribe, Janet Stockham, Dick
Rright, John Smith, Reggie Ooo
den, Sylvia Johanson, Nancy
Hughs, and Scotty Turner.
Sandy Dunning, you all know
of course, Is the publicity editor
for the Teen Club at Balboa, and
she was teellna me ihnut ,.,
rathon dance that Is going to be
held at the club on Aug. 29. Con Continuous
tinuous Continuous dancing, I guess, will be
played and the winners are the
ones who can dance the longet
without stopping. She also men mentioned
tioned mentioned that they were going to e e-led
led e-led new officers and try to have
a back to school dance. Sanday is
going to J. C. and enters as h
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CrIMnhfil 1-1054:. Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2.1M5
freshman this September. She will
major in a secretarial course.
Bob Eggleston is on vacation
the States right now. Ed Poise
joined the Navy. Incidentally, both
Ed and Bob graduated with the
class of 51 this year from BUS.
Linda Longmore is stateside now
and will attend Colorado Universi University.
ty. University. She plsns to play s little golf
while up there. She is quite good
at that. Karen Magnuson recently
left for the states where she will
attend Sullins Junior College In
Shirley Sasso is working for the
Pen Canal and has a permanent
job with the Personnel Division.
She plans to marry in December.
Best of everything!
Dorothy Rose went through sa
interesting experience a month or
so ago. Her monkey had a baby
boy and they have now bestowed
upon him that very rare and un unheard
heard unheard of name, "Billy.' Dot is
planning to attend Junior College
here and she also will enter as a
freshman in September. Her ma major
jor major will be English and Psycho Psychology
logy Psychology as she is planning on going
into social work.
Carolyn Hackett went to the
states in June and returned back
here on July 14. She says that it
I was just a short trip and that
I they flew up to California, then
I flew across country to Florida,
and then flew back to here. They
were only gone sbout a month
:and a half. Carolyn will attend
junior loiiege ana u going to
take a liberal arts major. She ex expects
pects expects to be there two years.
Rochelle- Head can be seen
working very diligently at the
Pan Canal Library and I'm sure
that most of you have ssen her
there at one time or another. Ro
chelle was the proud receiver f
the Elks Club's local scholarship
which must be used just to attend
J.C. here. Rochelle is majoring
in library science and will attend
two years here. She keeps her
self busy with Rainbows and Ro.
chelle will be installed as Worthy
Advisor of the Balboa Seembly on
Emma Kaan, an honor graduate
of this year's BHS class, is work working
ing working for the summer in Boston,
Mass. In September Emma will
enter Princlpia College is St.
Louis, Mo., as a freshman.
Linda Pearl took typing course
this summer and finds this will
aid her a great deal. She is going
to J.C. and will probably take a
liberal arts course. Linda hopes to
become an airline stewardess. As
for Xkt summer, right now she is
loafing and enjoying it, but pre
viously to right now she attend attended
ed attended the Taboga Camp, and says
she had a wonderful time and
that the fun was real good!
Wednesday was sure a hpautifnl
day and the beach was full of ap appreciative
preciative appreciative sun lovers. Nancy
Hughes, Mary Smith, Mike Koch Koch-I
I Koch-I er, Mike Wkin. John Smith,
Barbara Barlett, Marvel Devldson
and Mimi Conover.
By OSWALD JACOIY
Written for NIA Service
VAII41 v SfK73
8 3 2 Q75
J 10 9 6
No one vulnerable
North East South West
14 Pass 14 Pass
2 Pass 3 NT. Pass
Opening lead-V 4
Today's hand is taken from Mar-
........ ... iv ..., IV.vn.
"How to Win at Duplicate Bridge.''
; It illustrates one of the matn
' differences between rubber and du.
plicate play. You, South, arrive at
I opened. East wins with the king
contract and the four of hearts is
a perfectly nomal three no.trump
contract and the ftur of hears
opened. East wins with the kin
and returns the seven. West plays
the deuce and you are in the
Obviously, West Is waiting with
i three heart tricks if his side can
get the lead and if you try to sl
up the diamonds you will be down
lone trick. You slso note thaf if
you can gather In four spade and
four club tricks you can make your
constract without bothering with
At rubber bridge you try both
black suits. You need two finesses
and a club break but all you are
risking is an extra 5-point loss
igainst a possible game.
a J t4 - ..i
ai aupucaie you seme tor down
one. Everyone else will be in three
no-trump and if you lose an extra
trick you will wind up with a b b-'
' b-' score. The odds against success in
both suits are tto much to warrant
the gamble, for game.
Q The bidding has been:
North Cast South West
2 Pass 3 4 Pass
4 Pass 4 4 Pass
5 4 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
A2 VQ6S4S 410115 St
What do you do?
A 'aw. You have shown ail
i your strength.
Instead of bidding five dia diamonds
monds diamonds your partner hat bid five
hearts. What do you do now
Galun Art Workshop
Course Next Month
As a result of a number of re
quests following the five basic
icssons in watercolor, plans are
being formed to b-ud a la.weeit
course in watercolor painting un
der the able direction of Mr
This course will be held at the
Gatun workshop of the Canal
Zone Art League, Atlantic Cha,t.
ter, beginning Wednesday, Sept 3.
Lessons will be for a two-hour
period and will be $2 each.
Those wishing to join may con
tact the league's secretary, Mrs
John Greening, by phone at 5.303
or mail, Box 201, Gatun, giving
their name, address, telephone
number and their preference of
time for the classes, A majority
will determine time of day, wi'.'.i
a choice of morning hours, 9 to
11; afternoon classes, 2 to 4; or
evening hours, 7 to 9..
Members of the League nave
been most enthusiastic with the
results of the summer session
and feel that this is the opportu.
nity many people on the Zone
have been waiting for.
Anyone, not t member of the
league may contact Mrs. Greet?
ing for further information. For
planning purposes, a deadline dati
pf Aug. 25 tor registrations nas
NEW YORK (UPI) If you add
three tablespoonsful of dry milk to
each cup of fluid milk, you double
the calcium value of any pudding
or milk dish.
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LIEUTENANT PROMOTED The officer in Charge of the U I.
Army Caribbean-Optical Service, 1st Lt. Paul R. Ellis, Jr., left,
receives word Of his promotion to that rank from Col, Leonard
t Wilson, U8ARCARIB surgeon, extremS right. Undergoing
examination is Capt. Joseph R. John, officer in charge of the
Fort Clayton Dispensary. Ellis, native of Alexandria, In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, was gradusted from the Indiana University School of
Optometry in 1956. He entered the Army in February 1987
and his first asignment was to the Canal Zone.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Douglas Asks Check
Of Cancer Cure Drug
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Paul H. Douglas proposed todsy
that the government test effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the drug krebiozen on
pstients dying of csncer.
The Illinois Democrat said in a
Senate speech that krebiozen as
a cancer testment has been in involved
volved involved in "prolonged and heated"
controversy which has left the
He p r o p o se d that persons
brought to the National Institute
of 'Health here for study in the
Is st stages of cancer be used for
scientific research to settle the
These persons are known as
"terminal case s." Voluntani1
with the approval of their physl physl-clsns,
clsns, physl-clsns, they submit themselves for
study in the hope that their cases
will throw light on the mslsdy
and so benefit mankind.
Dr. A, C. Ivy, Illinois physiolo physiologist,
gist, physiologist, reported several yjears ago
that krebiozen had been helpful
In treating a number of cancer
The American Medical Assn.
however, denounced the drug and
Ivy,' A committee of the National
Research Council found "no evi evidence
dence evidence o' any curative effects and
no nalllatlve e'fects attributable
to the drug itself."
Douglas said both sides have
been "truilty of errors" in present presenting
ing presenting their argument.
FUN FOR SOME Judy Turee, nine-year-old Lakewood,
Clo., lass, is bug-eyed with delight as she takes w close-up look
at a grasshopper. To Judy the little grasshopper means fun,
but to the farmers in the state, grasshopper spells headache.
Crtis have been severely damaged by swarms ot the insects.
tli lotAZ wdlb
Flowers i are In for a reguJai
scrub.down, especially the artifi artificial
cial artificial ones, With improvements in
plastics artificial roses, tulips,
mellias and sucn are almost real
enough to smell. The ma tun,,,
lends itself to daily dusting atd
an occasional soap bath.
Candles still denote a gracious
way of dining. And they needn't
sputter throughout a meal. Oni
sputter killer is to dip them m
shellac. This also keeps the con.
dies from bending when stored.
A cooling thought for home floon
is a deep.piled furry rug. Sucn a
rug now can be scatter rug or
wall-to.wall size. Because highpie
acrylic fibers are washable, you
can switch to white and pastel rugs
for summer use with little worry.
Even with modern automatic;
dryers, 'there is the, problem ot
keeping track of small items, l ie
backs for summer curtains can
get tangled In the laundry for
example. Keep them together n
a mesh bag or pillow case and
also pin them on the line together.
Simple garments during sum.
mer mean less work in the latin
dry department. For sunbathing
or lounging comfortsbly at home,
there are toga-size towels. No iron
ing is necessary, just throw th:m
in with the bath laundry.
Cleaning the inside of bootees
is possible with a small brush
like a bottle brush. Dip this in
hot suds snd scrub the shoe in.
terior. Shape and dry thorougruy.
Klim is nourishing because it's pure
milk from the finest cows. Baby's
Klim formula is easier to digest too.
And every tin gives you milk of the
same high quality. Kum always keeps
safe and pure because it's specially
sealed in the tin. Buy Kum for baby.
VITAMIN 40010 (
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UUi t Res.
MUKi'At. AUGUST IS, UH
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIXI NrwsrAPEK
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
Cristobal Amcneto JJfu
unua.y 4ift a
COCOU aUTXin CHUHCH
Edmund k. UUwotlB Itoete
rayer Meeun tole
Stuuy JUcn Wedneaoay..
WAiU 4Ui Monday
7 Jo p.ffi
1; 00 p m
7 :00 P
rinsi MArilB'l CHURCH
Balboa lieiaihta, C z.
BH7 Ancon Boulevard
Drawei B Balboa Helejits
Phone Halboe 1127
William a Beeby Paewt
;30 a m
7:00 p .rn
Baptist Training Union ....
Evangelistic Service ........
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
W M.S Bible Study Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays -. ...
Men's Brotherhood (Laet
Monday In month!
7 Ml om
PlRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5Ui Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
V. Wendell C. Parker, Fallot
tluruua., atac-oa ?
Morning Worship U.00 a.m.
Baptist rraining Onion 6:30 p.m
Evening Worship 7:& om
Brotherhood, Tuesday 7 H)0 n.m
Prayer Services, Wednaeaaya 7:00 pm
W M.U. 1st A 3rd Pridaye
O.A., H A. A Sunbeams,
frldaye lao DJt
Major A Mri. W. Bishop
li February Street, Phone: II 20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
?;30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy A Mrs, C. L. Monde?
11:00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev, Ray M. Htakely Minister
'I -fill ftunriav Sehonl
Church School. With AdUlt Bible
Sr. Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38-743,
11 tOO Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON TttrtfD StRfcST
Sr. Captain Tajltw
ll:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School
7-:30 Salvn'tiori Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, C.Z.
Bnvby J. Gill
3-:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salva'tldri Meeting
Tne Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Faetoi
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
SC.,. j.iian-rhiit-f h Off ce 2-3230
o an a m. Church 6chooi Free bus
rl..r.oc fnr all HCS
m in m Worshio Service The
. cn.ow.n for Nurserv. Kinder
....n oH Pr mary Depts. Church
Nurserv for children under 3 vrs
800 p.m. 'Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship
T:00 j.m. Senior High Fellowship.
t;S(T Salvation Meeting
CSnT f Worship. 1100.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45.
MM"rte?itIAAve snd Bnllvar Hwy
Rev. Theodore F, Franklin Pas or
Phones- Office. 3-2M2 Res 3-14S8
M MaL CanrirfL'
B 9 45 ..m Church School Bus service
CYsm: N.intwv TnrmiKn nun. v.
Infant, and 'small chll
a... ... v,..,ti. iTpiinwshln.
A eomoiete sheHule of n-ixlllary ac
vltle and otrtria,! mwnw
nounred from week to wecK,
Rev. Walker M. Alderton. Pastor
O" k-47fl Pe -'so
J -30 a m Sunrtnv 3chooi
.a. .A i.H.MlnA SVnrhln.
Jli:U I.. IO l..M,,,,,F -' -r- .
Official meetlnirs and week-dav c"
titles aa announced
. 10 uoarai
Churches at Mm aaae leith. tat tee Canal Zone, and tin rerealeel ONm
news aleak M wnlini try Wednesday MM at k latest ( any chanf ai
for tha comini Saturday I church pate
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains ara asked to inUrm tha
t Panama and Colon. Republic of Panama, ealend a walcoma at all
times to men and women ot tha armed aemcet and to civilian naif h h-bors.
bors. h-bors. friends anal strane,era.
A public service. The Panama American lists below by denomi denomination!,
nation!, denomination!, notices ot hours ot worship and Pfhei Hrfliliar activities.
Iretilfs are rotated from time M time Denominations havinf only
ON f two congreo.etiens ara listed under Other Churches tr Services
A special listmj is included for services at Army Mere. Alt Force bases
and Naval stationi.
ST. MAR Y 8 CttUNCH-kalkea
Sunday Maxses: 7:00. :00. 10:00 and
Holy Day Maaseo: s:S5. H:w. w:eo a m
and 1:00 p.m.
Confession Saturday, 3:30 M if
and 7:00 to 8:00 pm Thursday, before
rirat Friday. 7:0k to W 9m.
Muaculous Medal Novena: 1M P
Ofl Mondays. ;
Catechism claae. after the 1:00 ma
sign aenooi anuoj viu
SACRED HtART Ancen
Sunday Massaa. 5.44, 740 A t:0 am
Holy Day naaaaai M a m and 1:00
! . - l.
Conlessions: isaniraay :jv io o w.hu
i:13 t" 3:00 p.m. Thuroday before flri
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Hear: usvouonii i ,ov p.
Catechism Class: ana m sw p.n. w
OUR LADY OP f ATIMA Curando
Sunday Maaa at 1:00 a m.
Holy Day Mass t 3:30 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 0:41 PJB. on Sat
uaiecmsm viaaa: aaiuriw w v
ST. JOSKPH- Paralao
Sunday Masses at 740 and 0:11 a.m.
Holy Day Maw at 0:w pm
Weekday Masses: . :00 a m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Ctaaat Sunday 3:00 to 4:O0
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7 Ml p.m
Convert Inetructlonei Thursday 7:00
ST. VINCENT'S -Panama City
Sunday Masses 0:00 and 0:30 a.m.
Hniv hav Mosses 1:30 and 8:00 o m
(It It falls on Saturday the Masse an
6:00 and 8:30 a m i
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursdays before Flrt
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
Hons at the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Claaa: After 8:30 maaa on
Convert Class. 0JO p m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S Cocoll
Sunday Mass: 8 30 a m.
Holy Day Mass. 6 00 am lit It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechlnm Clase: 3 JO to :00 p.m on
Confessions :uu to b:ju n.m- aum.
ST JOHN BAPTIST pit LA SALLS
Sunday Masses 0:30 and 8:30 a.m.
w.k i).vi Mass 6.30 Mon Thura
Prl and Sat First Friday mass 0.00 am
Holy Day Masses e:w a m .v
CnnfeHsona: 3:30. to 0:30 and la to
0:00 pm. on Saturday
Miraculous iweaai ivovn. ."v
catecnism vianv, o.v w -.---j
SI. rHKRESaTfc La Boca
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m
Sunday Maaa: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass, 3:30 u.m
?r?r...lnn Saturday 0:30 to 1:30 p m
Thursday before Flrat Friday 6:30 pm..
Catechism Class. a:i p ni -"-v
Sacred Heart Nnvernv 7:00 pm or
Convert Class eiw pm on ...u.-v.-,
ST JOSEPH'S Coln
Sunday Mare. a :40. 8 and a m
Holy Day Maasoa: 5(45 and 0:00 a m
'"confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5.00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m
Miraculous Medal rvovena: niani
8:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heari Novena rnaay 1:10 p
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p m
Convert Clas 7 16 p.m on Monday
snrl Thursdays y
C-.i.rhl.m C as BUlltiaV III. IS a m
11:45 am 3.00 p,m to 400 pm
K rci rrrlrtav v xtiosilion 01 most Diew
ed Sacrament all day Reposition ai s.J"
a.m Saturday morning .
Flrat Saturday uevmion 10 our uh.i
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 3:00 a m
First Communion instructions ior cms-
dren Mondays and Tnuraoays, a:oo 10
v oo p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Day Masse: 0,00. :00 am end
comeaaionsi naturaay a:ow 10 d:w
7:oo to 3:00 om After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Meaai novena: :ia i
7:00 pm or, Monday,
Catechism Class- After t:00 Mass on
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year
rirat Saturday: Mass at 0:00 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses 7130. 0:30. HSu a u.
First Saturday Masi :00 a m
Weekday Masses: 8:00 a m
Sa'.urday 70 p.m to .:0fi pm
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p m
Holy Day Maaae 7:80 a m 5115 p n
Confession 'A:40 H to 4: pm
""arlsh Family Rnsary and
Benediction 7:00 n m
Discussion tnqulrv Croup 7:30 pm
1st. Friday Devotions ... 7:00 pm
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 7 00 om
ST VINCFJMTS Rainbow City
Sunday Maraesa- 830 am and 8 Of
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 am and 6 :CH
Confessions. 4'UO to 8 00 and JM t
8:00 p.m Saturday
Catechism Class: 10:45 am. on bundt.y
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 om
sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 o.m. or
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Ueift n
Sundav Mass' 8:15 m
Holy Day Mass 8:00 o.m
Cnnfasalniu: 8:30 to 740 n m on Sat.
CsterhiSrp Cl 4:00 o m in Mnndav
OUR LADY OF OOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8 .10 a.m.
Holy Dav Maaae : 0:00 a.m. and 8:00
Conteaalone Saturday at 7:00 p.m end
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 KM p.m
Sucred lltan Novenai 1:00 p.m on
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class tor Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adult (Con (Con-duetta
duetta (Con-duetta In Spanish): 7 KM P.m on Mon
Convert Instruction by appointment.
The OH Rev A Hsttet Gooden. S T D
Tka Van Rv Matnart J
ST B. Dean
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST.
7 .30 a.m Holy 'Communion,
till a m Church School .(Holy Com
muni on 3rd Sunday)
:30 a m Santa Communion. 3rd Sun-
bvuala Dominical Oil imi
11 DO a.m Morning Prayer ana Sar
mon, Holy Communion lal Sunday.
7:00 p.m. Evening Service.
040 It. Holy Communion
7:00 pm Evening Prayer,
0:00 a an Holy Communion,
a 30 am Holy Communion.
0:10 a.m. Morning Prayer.
17:00 Mi." day Missionary Pray ara
Church ol St. Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Holy Communion 7:30 a m
Family Prayer and
Church School 040 a. m
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer & Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion 0:00 a.m
Chapel of The (iood Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest In Charge
8.00 a.m Morning Prayer.
(H.C. firat Friday each Month)
St. Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spear Priest In Charge
Choral Eucnariat ana Ser-
mon 7:00 a.m
Church School 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Ivensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 1:00 tm
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 am
Morning Prayer 0:00 am
Evening Prayer 7:00 o.m
8:30 a m
Office of Compline
at Peter s Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning prayer and (.hurcn
School 9:00 a.m
mon io:30 a.m
Confirmation Class 8:30 a m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Addresa .... 1:30 om
Woman's Auxiliary 7:30 p m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 a.m
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L. B Shirley. Priest In Charge
8:30 a m. "inly Communion.
Church of SI Margaret
Espave and Brazos Slvd
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rerlor
7:30 a m Holy Communion
9:43 a.m Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS am HOLY DAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion
The Rev Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
8:00 SUNDAVI-8:00 J in Chora, Eucharist & Sermor
9:30 a.m infant Baptism.
.l oo ei-L Church 8chool
(hem li Building 131)
5:la) o.m Youth Fellowship
7 no in- Fvei.soiis and Addrea
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 bin Woman Auxiliary and Alia-
St Paul's Chutch
I'lie v.ii Lemuel B Shlrlev, Heeioi
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
6.00 a.m. Holy Comm.inlon
9 0O101 Sunc Eucharit at Sermon
ifl:45 in Morning Travel and Churcn
12:00 oik Holy Baptism
7 00 r,.m Solemn Vesper
8 30 a iii Holy Communion
7 30 p m Evening Prayer and Sermon
OKXi i n Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
ThUR.s::AYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m Holy Communion
6 Ofl a m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THF.-SF.A
Colon. H P.
(Opposite Hotn Washington)
The Rev. James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A, Klaka, Assistant
8:00 a m. Holy Communion.
8 JO am Morning Pray Or.
o or am Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 30 a.m. Church School.
7:80 om Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. 0.00 am Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
7 '00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a in Children a Eucharist
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
0 00 a.m. Holy C6mmunion.
7 :00 a.m. Morning Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
T'30 o.m Comnlinc and Meditation
MONDAY. TUESDAY at THURSDAY
St, Christopher's Chureh
10th Sired Parana Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayaa,
Priest ta Charge
The Rev Clarence A. Cragwett.
8.00 a.m Holy Communion.
7 30 a.m Sung Euchartet and A rroon.
10:30 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
13:00 noon Holy Baptism
8:30 p.m Ivensong and Sermon
I'M p.m tat and 3rd. f? oman's Auxiliary.
8:30pm Junior Daughters of the
7:30 p.m Youth
OHIO a.m Holy Communion.
7 00 o.m Evening Prayer and Religious
SlOO pm Otxla Friendly Society.
s ou p.m isi ana ara, tngietona.
0:30, a.m Junior
CHURCH OF THE NAXARENE
441 Franglpam St, Ancon C.Z.
Rav. Elmer O Nelson. Pastor
Sox 207 Balboa. C.Z. Tal 2 2002
Sunday School 0:45 a.m
Worship Service 10:40 am
Youth Service 0:43 am
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7:30 pm
Sunday: 0 a.m. Panama Waaler.
10:30 a.m. sunoay scnooi.
" 7:18 p.m. Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraieo
10 a.m. paraiao Sunday ncnooi
" 7:10 p.m. Paraiao Evangelical
CHURCH OFTHB MAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
Sunday School 9:45 a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Evening Service 7 :30 p m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P 23rd Street East
Kev S N Brown. Minister
Divine Worahlp :30 a m
lmdav School 3:00 pm
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Ahaio. R.P.
School 3:00 p m
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundavr 1 4:00 pm Win Memorial
806 Balhu Road Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 3:30 am
Snnriav School: Sunday 10 00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 8.00 p.m
Relief 8ocietv, Tuesday 9 00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday scnooi; aunaay .v
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11 :00 a m.
CDRIINDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Ohuren"
Milton R LelOlg. !'"
Phone Re 83-7110 Of. 03-5105
Sunday School 0:30 am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Youth Fellowship -0:00 p.m.
Eevenlng Worship ........ 1 P-m'
Prayer and Prase (Wed) 7:00p.m.
A cnurcn nursey m iv,u..
" OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
Utfi St Waal No )
a.iM as.nhav(at Aimdav al 7 :80 a.m
Tuaadava, Wadnesdavs and Thursdays
Sacrament ot Unction I Having Sat Sat-vice)
vice) Sat-vice) First Sunday of each montk a
Monnt MaUbet Christian Chorek
Panama B P
Rt Rev T lames D. D ktiabot
Morning devotion 0:00 am
Fellowship Worship .. . . U:00 m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Adult Bible Classes each
Visitors are welcome at
... 10 a.m
7 30 p m
7 30 0 m
54 First Street
Urbanization El Carmen. Panama ut
lnlormai rams ano uiit.
Thursdaya .3 00 om
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs American Baxaar)
Study Classes Thursoavs. 1 ao n m
BETH IX MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Paraiso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaha H Stetvarl Pastot
Sunday 11:00 a.m Worship Service
3:00 pm Sunday School.
7:15 p.m Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday; 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursd.nv: a 00 tnoi, Henearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd )
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30A.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 ,m
THE CHURCH OF (iOD
7038 Eighth St., Colon
Mrs. L, C. Donaldson. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... -7:30 p.m.
THF. CHURCH OF (iOD
Mrs. M Hines Paslor
Sundav School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica it Trinidad Sis.
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sundav School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service ... 7:30 pin
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 30. Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gamboa 217
Church Balboa '4271
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Worship Service 11:00 a m
Youth Service 7:00 p.m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 om
Wednesday; Bible Study
and Prayer Service 1:30 p.m
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
UallHiH Hoad at Wight Street
Rev, Robert F Gusslck, Paslor
Mr. I'rederlrk S. Illlrk. Vlrar
P.O. Box 6811. Balboa
Sunday School, Bible Class 9 a in.
Divine Service 10:15 a in.
Holy Communion, flrel Sunday of
Our Saviour's Episcopal Chapel
Third Street and Melendet Ave.
Sunday School, Bible Class 0 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, laat Sunday ol the
Jewltn tteltsre isoara Bla 703-X U
Boca Soao Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Servlc" Friday 740 o m ataturoav
(See a'e listing 01 Jewish service
unrtar oata Base and Station).
ConEim.,i. on Kol Shearlth Israel Ave
nlda Cuba and 30th Street. Bella Vista
Panama City Services 3:00 o.m
CHUklLM sciKNCk iMljatCetkb
r'lrat Church at Christ, Scientist Anco.
300 Ancon Boulevard
iunday 11:00, Wetlnendav 041 04B
Sunday School 040 a.m
irsi 1. nun n 01 ckr ui, MleaUei. CHatoba
13th sitreet BoUvai Hiahway
a)unna Whnni SfSP ajja.
Sunday 11:00 a m Wedneaday 0:00 p m
Posts and Bases
Sunday school :ou
Morning Worahlp 10 00
Church-time Nursery School... 10:08
Sunday School iBulldlng No.
120) ...i. 8:00
Morning Worahlp 10:30
Thursday Evening Mld-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 0:00
Sunday School a:ov
Morning Worahlp 10.30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7 :00
Worship Service, Rio Halo .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 8:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:69
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Adult Bible Claaa (NCO Club).. 9:31)
Morning Worahlp 9:30 It 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
L.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worahlp 11.00
Holy Communion First Sunday
15lh ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
tHoly Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station. Summit 8:00
Dally Mass .
Sunday Masses 7:00 &
Confessions, Saturday .. 6:30 6t
Sunday 0:00 A
Sunday Masses 7:45 61
Confessions Saturday .. 0:30 &
Sunday Masses 8:00 ai
Monday Novena Devotions
Confessions Saturday. 6:00 A
Sunday Mass io:j
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Masa 8:00
Sa)urdav Masa :00
Sunday Maaae 7:45 A
Novena Bervlces-Tueaday 7:08
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Hodman
Sunday Maaa 9:30
Frlaay 7 :3
ALBROOK. AIR FORCE BASE
Sundav School Bldg. 253 8:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Praver Fellowship -Bldg 253
KVBB Wednesday Post hapel 6:30
Choir Practice Vliednexday
Post Chapel .8. 7:30
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... Siv
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thurl. l:Jtl
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Morning Worship 11 .00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Masa 7 :00
Sunday Mass 9:30
' Confessions: Saturday 8:0u
Dally Mass 7:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 & 10:15
Confessions. Saturday . 8 :00 St 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Dally Mass 4:00
Saturday Mars 8:30
Sunday Mass 8:00
Sunday Mass 1:30
Greek Orthodox services are conduct'
ed al the Church of the Anunciation,
Via Helrarlo Fori as, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, H P and al
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendtz. Colon, R P., on illernate Sun Sundays
days Sundays al 9:30. For further Information,
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
Weekly Services in all churchee
Sabnalh School 9 :I0 a.m..
Divme Service II 00 a m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W H. Waller Tel 28-8-3500
Cabo Verde, Ave J F de la Oaaa
No. 17 Chorrillo 25th No 87 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2 A St. between 3rd and 4U
Sts. Hlo Abnjo 11th No. 27 Gamboa
Pastor G. D. Wllllame Tel. 0 580
Paslor A. A GrlTJle Tel 0 102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Norlwrto Quiio?
PanamA. Calle Darlen No 8
Pedregal it Nuevo Guarare.
A. Jeffries Tel
Cristobal English 18th Bolivar Ave,
Cristobal Spanish- 16th Bolivar Ave.
044 Gavllan Road Tel. 2-1859 2 3531
PHi ;. JIB H I & Sy.
$ 1 4kg 'aaSal aOagL AaVe'F K BMBt k fy'l
gjakgLBaaaVSjOm 9kV wTr' neaHBsalmBalaBr
THREE EMPLOYES of the Fort Gulick Post Exchange received their five-year certificates
for faithful and loyal service from Col. Cecil Himes, the Atlantic Area Commander. From
left to right: Ralph Williams, the Fort Gulick exchange manager; Franklin Joe; Himes Himes-Stanford
Stanford Himes-Stanford Gaslin and Arcadio Arosemena. (U.S. Army Photo).
Margarita Pafor to Speak If or the evening service, begin-
On "Tha Seasons of Naw England j ning at 7:15 is the Rev. Bob Beiu
At monthly meeting of the Men's dema, music diredor of radio sta
Fellowship of the Margarita Union Uon HOXO. In addition to the spe
Church to b held Monday, the cial speaker, the young people have
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin vvi 1 prepared (he special 'features to en en-give
give en-give an illustrated ltcture on the nance the evenings devotion.
"Seasons of New England". The! As part ot Ine days onservan-
Rev. Franklin was a resident lo
eight years in New England be
fore coming to the Canal Zone. Tin
meeting will be held in the Mar
garita Service Center and will be
ein at 6:30 p.m. with a supnei
Harold Tinning and A. A Cooper
are in charge of arrangemets.
The Women's Auxiliary will hold
their monthlv meeting Tuesday ev
ening at 7:30 p.m. at the church.
Mrs. E. N. Belland of Margarit i
will lecture on "Plantlife of Pana Panama
ma Panama ". Colored slides will accom
pany her address Mrs. Harry
Butz will be the devotional le.i
er for the evenins while hosless hosless-es
es hosless-es will he Mesdames Ralph Han
ners and George Swinn.
Bruce G. Sanders Jr., chairman
of the Board of Elders, has called
.. ... i i i ,i
a meeling oi nis group 10 oe ne...
Wednesday at 7 p.m.
On Sundav, ordon arnett w,i:
be the ?uest soloist at both Coco
Solo and Margarita. Also at both
services the Rev. Franklin will
nreach on tne topic rreenom huh
.i nr J I
Frustration." Assisting the pasr
in the ministry of hospitality .Tairnt
and Jeanette Swicegood al Margn
rila and Mrs. Chester S. Harrold
Jr., ot Coco Solo.
The Bethel Mission Church In
Paraiso will ob"erve its monthly
Young People's Dav tomorrow
Scheduled as the. guest speaker
FLINT, Mich. Roger St.
Pierre. 18. who shot his widowed
mo'.her and his sister dead be
cause he was afraid they would
starve to death:
"1 thought mother and sister
would be better off in heaven."
WASHINGTON Sen William
Jenner (R-lnd.), in his linal Sen Senate
ate Senate speech before retiring, on
"Nothing in the New Deal
nothing in World War' II, and
nothing in the pos! war years
or Korea is anything as out
rangeous as the spending spre,
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Schools
Superintendent Virgil K. Blossom,
on the latest integratiftn order of
the U. S. Court of Appeals:
"We are planning to open Cen Central
tral Central High School this year as an
The head of the Danish Atomic
Energy Commission, on the ban banning
ning banning of the scheduled Aug. 28
visit of the U. S. atomic subma submarine
rine submarine Skate:
"What they do in Norway, Brit Britain
ain Britain or the United States must be
their own headache. We in Den Denmark
mark Denmark did not want (o take on the
responsibility and there fore earn
ed the government.
BEIRUT, Lebanon Headline
of the newspaper Al Ahrar on the
in ine u n 1 1 e a
At Chain Groceries
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) -1
Housewives resumed buying at
city supermarkets today followinf
settlement of a n-day striice-iocK-out
that closed most major Minnea Minneapolis
polis Minneapolis food stores.
members of striking Teamsters
Local 544 met yesterday to raiii
an agreement reached the night
before with a federal conciliator.
Sidney L. Brennan, local secretary-treasurer',
said members vo
537 to 163 to accept the package
agreement that include wage in increases
creases increases of 35 cents hourly over
a three year period and a cost cost-oi
oi cost-oi living escalator clause which
will become effective Juno 1,
00 Viinriav Behoof 1171 I ho ho n
at 9:45 followed by divine wor worship
ship worship when the Rev. W.H. Ste Stewart
wart Stewart will deliver the message.
Other activities of the week
include: Young People's Scociety,
and Women's Missionary Society
on Friday. These meetings begin
at 7:30 p.m.
SABBATH DAY ADVENTIST
A baptismal ceremony will be j
performed by the Rev. L. E. Os Osborne
borne Osborne tornorrow night at the Lni Lni-ed
ed Lni-ed Sabbath Day AdVen'Ust Church,
The cermony will begin with a
sviiK aei vice ai u u.m. wuii
, bapUsmaI ()f 1he cass of
Landidatea at R n m
landidalcs at 8 p.m.
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'tlB.aHfti'aaaaRaiaB 99 najfe'MlL
1, eP aadssl gflgagggsr' xjjK
TEEN TIME RADIO SHOW Rehearsing for the "Teen Time"
Radio program to be on CFN every Friday afternoon at 4:45
p.m. are left to right Grady Hesters and Willie Fink. Butch
Loar (not pictured i is also one of the organizers from the Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Teen Club. The program will consist of popular music.
Teen Club news andHl-lights and Interviews with varies active
Teenagers from the Teen Clubs all over the Canal Zone.
(Official USAF Photo)
THERE'S HO SlirSTITUTE fOR WORSHIP
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes ior all ages)
Does your home have sound Bible teaching? Is His Word
taught? Without apoloev we have onlv one word to teach
God s. Bible questions find an answer here. Brins the
11:00 "GOD'S CALL AND MAN'S RESPONSE"
A new series on the life of one of God's ereat men. Abra Abraham.
ham. Abraham. If you want to grow in vour spiritual life then we
Invite you to come where the Bible is made a living book.
Don't miss this first message.
6:00 JET CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
Challenging- youth to live for Christ now.
7:00 Tli oiFTS OF THE SPIRIT"
Every Christian should hear this message. We are saved
to serve: Faith without works is dead. Everv believer has
his place of service.
"WHERE THE GOSPEL KNOWS NO COLOR LINES"
NURSERY MISSIONARY FRIENDLY
MAY HEAD NASA Dr. Hugh
L. Dryden, above, may be the
civilian director of the new Na National
tional National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA). Hejs
now head of the 38-ycar-qld
National Advisory Committee
for Aeronautics, which NASA
will supersede. The NASA ad administrator
ministrator administrator is charged w i t,,h
planning, directing and cos cos-ducting
ducting cos-ducting aeronautical and space)
TIES MAN TD GOD
Worship in God's Sanctuary Lifts
Your Soul to a Higher Plane of Liv Living,
ing, Living, Gives You Spiritual Contact With
the Divine Father.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1951
Sam Jones, Ralph Terry Hurl Low-
Sad Sam Strikes Out 14
To Tie Night Game Mark;
Terry Pitches One-Hitter
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UPI) Close but no
That's how it was for both Ralph Terry of the
Athletics and Sad Sam Jones of the Cardinals.
Terry pitched a one. hitter and
arely missed a periect game in
x-ating the Senators, 1-0. la,i
usht, while Jones came within
fix outs ol a no.hitter and un un-Itxd
Itxd un-Itxd to seule lor a inree-hit 9 1
victory over the Phillies.
The "villain" who spoiled ler.
ty s Did was, his piu.ung rival
i.jss Kemmerer. Kemmerer c
netted lor a ciean single in ihe
i,..ru inning and was the on
ashington run.icr iu reach base
i'erry did not walk a man a.
faced only 28 odticrs en rou;e to
hi., eighth win.
Kansas Cil.v scored the only
run ol the game in the third
Bod Lciv s inpie and Harry Simp,
Jones, th fr wheeling
toothpick-chtwing fireballer, n n-tht
tht n-tht mjor league record of 14
strikeouts in a night game as
he held the Phils nitltss untd
Rip Repulski led off the eign'h
inning with his llth home run.
Jones was bidding for the sec second
ond second no.hitter ol his major leag .i
career, having pitched his lirst
gainst the .Pirates, May 12, 19.
Wnile still a member ot the Cub
Gene Green hit a three-run hoin
er for the Cards and Gene Freese
belted one with the bases empty
to help Jones record his llth tri.
umph. Stan Musial had two don
bles to set a National League rec.
ord for 2.167 total bases.
The Yankees, back on the ru'ht
track again, ran their Ameuc. i,
League lead to 12' games with
an 8-5 decision over the W n 1
Sox; the Red Sox defeated the In Indians,
dians, Indians, 4.3, and the Orioles toopi
the Tigers, 21.
Pittsburgh crushed Chicago. 8-2
and Cincinnati beat San Francis
CO, 7.3. The Braves and Dodgeis
Mickey Mantle clouted his 31"
homer in the Yankees' victory
ITodoy ENCANTO 35c.1
Debora Kerr in
'rohibited for Minors Under
18 Years Old!
Richard Burton in
rAPiTniin 1 t 1 v a l 1 I victoria I RIO
Prohibited for Minors
LA REINA DEL
TONIGHT MIDNIGHT SHOW! t. 4 MkWBm
AT GEORGE MONTGOMERY in JJuP $1
while Elston Howard and Gil M
Dougald also homered. Sherm Lol
lar's homer in the sixth helped
the White Sox to a 4 3 lead nut
the Yanks clinched the win 1.
reliever Duke Maas with a four
run rally in the seventh. Kan
Wynn was the loser.
Frank Malzone slammed his P'!
homer for the Red Sox in the
fourth inning off loser Hoyi Vv
helm and then drove in the decid deciding
ing deciding run with an eighth-inning s
gle. Ikt Delock went all the way
for his 12th victory, giving up
hits to the Indians, including Roc.
ky Colavito's 29th homer.
Gene Woodling broke al-1 tie
between the Orioles and Tigers
when Hs socked his 13th homer
in the sixth inning of Jim Bun
nirvg. Connie Johnson was the
winning pitcher although Jack
Harshman had to help him out
of a jam when Detroit put two
men on bse in the eighth.
Hank Foiles' two.run homer am'
three hits by Bob Skinner .vero
the key blows in the Pirates v
tory over the Cubs. The Pirates
clinched the contest with a lour
run outburst at the expense of
rookie MarcehnQ "Solis in the
third inning. George Witt gained
his seventh .victory. Vern Law re
lieved him in the sixth.
The Redlegs won their gain"
with a fourun rallv in the eighth
inning. San Francisco led 3.2 un
til the eighth when Jerry Lunch
tripled and George Crowe sinrle
to tie the score. Frank Robinson
doubled and Eddie Bailey follow
ed with another double that drove
in the tie-hreakin" rns.
Brooks Lawrence, who had lo
nine straight, was credited with
the victory JohTinv Afitonelll was
the loser. Valmv Thomas homered
for the Giants, who dropped
en games behind the pace. set tinr
CUBA PLANS BIG TOURNEY
HAVANA, Cuba (UPI) The
Cuban national Sports Com mis
siofi' his announced it will st-ig.
a $15,000 international golf tourna.
ment at Havana on Nov. 13 10
Forty of the world's top pros in in-120
120 in-120 outstandine amateurs have
be?n invited for the four-day 72.
IV O L I
with Rock Hudson
with Don Taylor
(Jassd on 325 official at bats)
G AB R H Pet
112 395 6U 139 352
116 466 74 160
Musial. St. L.
Mays, S. Fco.
Ccpeda, S. Fco.
'Bover. .St. L.
120 475 88 156
118 467 86 152
123 488 99 154
116 427 77 135
102 413 44 1J7
117 4T2 m 144
Pi 473 74 143
119 451 78 134
116 441 76 31
Cerv, Kan. C
Mantle. N. Y.
112 430 81 141
108 399 73 129
86 325 36 105
109 43& 58 139
114 422 73 133
11 4fin 77 145
119 429 72 35
110 34P 70 108
122 494 71 15?
118 407 100 125
Banks r ',Ks
Jpnsen. Res Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
IT. Andorsn" Phils
Jpnsen. Red Sox
(Based on 12 decisions
Delock, Red Sox 12
Turlev Yankees 18
Hyde! Senators 9
Ford. Yankees 14
Moore. White Sox 9
Ditmar, Yankees 9
with Julie Adams
- Also: -THE
with Geo. Nader
THEY'RE OFF! Relay swimmers, nine and ten-year-old girls,
race (U.S. Army Photo)
Monterrey's 'Mighty Mites
Again Win Li World Series
CHAMP SHOOTER Master William F. Pollard, Jr., of Ft.
Gulick, receives his rifle championship trophy and congratula congratulations
tions congratulations from Col. Cecil Himes, commandant of the U.S. Army
Caribbean School. William won the trophy for the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding aggregate score of 476 out of a possible 500. He competed
with children of his own age group In the Ft. Gulick Summer
Recreation Program. He is 11 years old and is in 7th grade
of the Cristobal Junior High School. His father is Capt. Wil William
liam William F. Pollard of the Quartermaster Corps at Ft. Gulick.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Montreal Widens Lead
With Win Over Toronto
NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UPD
The pitching strong Montreal
Royals have drawn first blood in
their decisive four-game weekend
series with Toronto that is liable
to decide this year's Internation International
al International League pennant winner.
Bob Glallombardo won his 5th
same since being returned from
Los Angeels and his 12th of the
year as he' set back Toronto, 4-0.
Friday night. The young left lefthander
hander lefthander held the heavy-hitting
Maple Leafs to six hits as Mon
treal increased Its league-lead tr
four an done-half games over
Sandv Amoros struck the bis
blow for the Royals, a two-ru"
homer in the first inning. Ja'4
Crimian started and lost for To Toronto.
ronto. Toronto. In other action, Dick Ricketts
outdueled Ken Johnson as Roch
ester edged Buffalo, 2-1; Rich Richmond
mond Richmond kept its playoff hopes a a-live
live a-live with a 4-1 conquest over Ml
ami behind the clutch pitrhir?
of veteran Bob Wiesler; and Ha Havana
vana Havana scored three runs in tre
eighth inning to gain a 4-2 vic victory
tory victory over Columbus.
Happened to .
For a lime in Ihe 1930 s
Johnson of Columbia held
title of ';world's fastest human'
when that was a popular rit-M
nation for the leading springer o'
the day. Once he ran an inn.
60 yard dash so fast he was
refused a world record becur
officials said, "It can't be right
Nobody can run that fast." Tli
lime since has been exceeded r
gul rlv. Johnson competed hot'
in tin' V. S. and abroad, seiti'
records 'or the 100, 2?0 and 440
vard relay, all of which sine
have gone by the board.
Whatever happend to I! e
Johnson? He is a career soldier
la lieutenant colonel serving ns
'battalion commander in Korea.
Teams W L
Montreal . P,l 53
Toronto .... 76 57
Rochester ... 69 62
Columbus ... 65 70
Miami 65 72
Rihmond . 63 73
Havana .... 60 74
Buffalo .... 59 76
.527 10 2
Toronto 000 000 0000 6 1
Montreal 200 001 lOx 4 10 2
Crimian, Minarcin (71 and
Hannah; Glallombardo and Gat Gat-ta.
ta. Gat-ta. LP Crimian. HR Amoros.
Buffalo 010 000 0001 7 0
Rochester 000 000 llx 2 8 0
Johnson and Noble: Ricketts
and Katt. HRS Easter, Stevens.
Richmond 100 110 001 4 12 1
Miami 000 100 0001 8 3
Wiesler and Command, Oldis
(9); Gray, Hacker (5), McCall
(8) and Bucha. LP Gray.
Columbus 000 002 0002 9 2
Havana. 000 001 03x 4 4 0
Gibbon, O'Donnell (8) and
Rand: Cuellar, R. Sanchez (7)
and Izquierdo, A. Alvarez (7)
WP R. Sanchez. LP Gibbon.
Panama Gets First
Win Of Caribbean
CIUDAD TRU.IILLO, Aug. 23
(UPI) Panama scored its
first win of the Caribbean
Teenage championship yester yesterday
day yesterday by defeating Aruba, 4-2 in
The Panama team scored
two runs In the top of the first
and two in the tenth.
Yesterday's game between
Cuba and Mexico was postpon postponed
ed postponed because of rain.
Panama 200 000 000 2 4 9 S
Aruba 101 000 000 02 8 1
Kirkland and Trimble. Agum Agum-bero,
bero, Agum-bero, Amaya (10) and Kerf out.
take off at the start of a
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., Aug. 23
(UPD The "Mighty Mites"
from Monterrey, Mexico, headed
for New York and a visit with
Casey Stengel's Yankees today
after thei. precedent-shattering
victory in the Little League
The "rags-to -riches" team
from south of the border defeat defeated
ed defeated Kankakee, 111., 10-1, yesterday
tt become the first repeat cham champions
pions champions in the 12-year history of
The Monterrey team captured
the admiration of the 12,000
spectators by winning the title
although having only one hold holdover
over holdover player from the squad
which won the championship last
t The little men of Mexico
fashioned the triumph on the
three-hit pitching- of Hector
Torres and four homers by his
mates, accounting; for eight of
Torres received heavy support
from a three-run homer by Juan
Castro, two run homers by An An-dros
dros An-dros Galvan and Manuel Mora
and a solo blast by Hugo Loza Loza-no.
no. Loza-no. The 12 year-old righthander
struck out 10 and gave up two
Kankakee scored its lone run
in the sixth when Tom Fowler
walked, went to second on a wilo'
pitch and came norm? on Mike
Debetta's single. The only other
Kankakee hits were singles by
Bill Vandiver and Brian Adame.
While in New York, the Mon Monterrey
terrey Monterrey kids will be introduced to
the Yankee players at Yankee
Stadium and visit other points
of interest before heading home.
Caribbean Forces Network
sports broadcasts for the coming
week include the following:
Sunday Detroit vs New York
at 1 p.m.
Tuesday Philadelphia vs.
Chicago at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday Kansas City vs
New York at 1 p.m.
Saturday Baltimore vs Bos
ton at 1 p.m.
Sunday Baseball game of the
week (New York vs Boston, play
ed August 16) at 3:30 p.m.; wrest
lin" at 10 p.m.
Monday Boxing at 10 p m.
Tuesday Baseball t 3:15 p.m
Wednesday Fight of the week
at 10 p.m.
Thursday Golf show at
Wrestling at 10 p.m
jOU snow at iu p.m
(EDITOR'S NOT 6: Thit arti arti-clt
clt arti-clt is printed exactly as it wa
"Christian Pilgrimage" service
at Rainbow City, C. Z. Gym at
3:15 p.m. Aug. 31, 1958.
Of special attraction in the city
of Colon is a great ring show
which premises to be a keen com
petition at the Colon Arena. At
this fight a Panamanian and an
American, both of great
will trade fists.
From Panama is Edwin Sykes
who has compiled a record of
note and from the United State
(New York) is the fistic showman,
Charlie De Bow, who intends to
I win here.
' Special transportation Is being
! provided for fight fans by She
Mutual Aid Club of Paraiso on the
Panama Railroad. This excursio-
leaves Panama precisely at 2:00
p.m. and Colon at 11:00 p.m
Round trio tickets are being sold
Editor: CON R A
W L Pet. GB
71 60 .M7
63 56 .529 7
63 57 .525 iy2
58 61 .487 12
58 61 .487 12
56 65 .463 1 4 12
St. Louis .
57 66 .463 15
Philadelphia 51 64 .452 154
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis
Cincinnati at San Francisco
Milwaukee at Los Angeles
Philadelphia 000 000 0101 3 0
St. Louis 210 003 3OX 9 12 1
Cardwell, Meyer (7), Sandford
(8) and Sawatski, Hegan (8);
Jones (7-9) and Green. LP
Pittsburgh 014 200 0108 13 0
Chicago 001 001 000 2 9 0
Witt, Law (6) and Foiles; So So-lis,
lis, So-lis, Elston (5), Anderson (7),
Henry (9) and S. -Taylor. WP
Witt (7-2). LP Soils (3-3).
San Francisco 3
SCORES SECOND TRIPLI
SALEM. N. H. (UPD Jockey
beorge 1100 scored his secon
successive triple Thursday at
Cristobal All-Star Hoopsters
Defeat CZ Government League
All-Stars 66-60 In Overtime
In two thrill-packed over-time
periods, a scrappy Cristobal
Night League Ail-Star contin
gent finally defeated the Canal
Zlone i Government Basketball
League Ail-Stars by "a Acoff ol
66-60, in the Balboa Gymnasium
this past Thursday night.
Led by Ed Pabon, the fighting
Atlantic Siders carried an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive all around court game to
th. Pacific Side hoopsters. Dis Displaying
playing Displaying uncanny accuracy with
one-hand long shots, the Crlsto Crlsto-balltes
balltes Crlsto-balltes pulled out to a 9-3 lead in
the early minutes of the first
quarter. But, then the Pacific
Siders began to click with their
fast break offense to tie the
score at 14-14 at the end of the
It was a nip and tuck battle
during the second quarter with
neither side having a bigger lead
than three points over Its oppo
nent. As the half ended, the score
was 25 24, Balboa Govt. Hoop
Lood All-Stars lead.
The second half was the most
thrilling portion of the evening
contest as Pabon, Palumbo, and
Merciex began to hit the hoop
for the Atlantic Siders while
fiery Dick Gayor, Fred Ray Ray-bourne
bourne Ray-bourne and Bill Young starting
marking up points in the scoring
column for the George McArthur
coached quintet from Balboa.
'Tie Cristoballtes continued to
surprise the Pacific Siders as
they penetrated their zone de defense
fense defense and did quite well in the
rebound department against the
As the third quarter drew to a
close, the score was 38-33, in
Balboa's favor. During the fourth
and final quarter, both sides dis displayed
played displayed their fast-break offense
as they both were determined to
be the victors before the time
went out. But, as the gun went
off ending the fourth quarter,
the score was all tied up, 48-48.
The first over-time period was
a thriller. Neither side could pile
up a' lead and the slim margin
shifted back and forth Acaln lerf
by Pabon, the Cristoballtes hit
with keen regularity as they put
,in enough baskets to make the
score 54-54 at the end of the
first over-time period.
The second and final over-time
period "told the tale" as the
Cristobal All-Stars put on a full
court press In which thev snag snagged
ged snagged the ball twice and scored 6
points within 25 seconds!! Pabon
again led his mates as they pull pulled
ed pulled out to p 4 point lead with 1
minute and 50 seconds of plav
remaining. Then Al Nahmad and
T-ek Gayor each hit for one bas basket,
ket, basket, and the score was 60 -60 with
one minute and 15 seconds left to
Suddenly the Atlantic Siders
"got hot" and hit two lone shots
rn Pnhnn onri Paliimhn afenrwri
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shots and the scrappy Crist6bal-
ltes had a six point lead that
they never relinquished and went
at 75 cents on Sunday
Tickets may be obtained at
beauty parlors in Panama,
Aba jo, Pueblo Nuevo, Chorrilo,
Paraiso; also at the Chorillo
gar IBowl and the Paraiso Barber
Shop, "Bodega Nacional, b e s i d e
the good Neighbor (Bar."
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TOIl AY'S tlAMV
Chicago at New York
ClevSland at Boston
Kansas City at Washington
Detroit at Baltimore
Chicago 000 112 0105 10 0
New York 120 000 41x-8 10 0
Wjrnn; Lown 7), Shaw (7) and
Lollar; Kucks, Maas f6), Truck
(8) and Howard. WP: Maas (7tR
LP Wynn (10-13).
Detroit 100 000 000-4 12 ft
Baltimore 000 101 OOx 2 5 2
Bunning, Aguirre (8) and Wil Wilson;
son; Wilson; Johnson, Harshman C8) and
Trlandos. wP Johnson (6-7).
LP Bunning (9-8).
Cleveland 001 100 0013 10 0
Boston 010100 02X 4 1
.Wilhelm (2-7) and Brown; De-
lock (12-3) and White.
K. City 001000 0001 5 0
Washington 000 000 000-0 1 0
Terry (8-10) and Chiti; Kem Kemmerer
merer Kemmerer (6-12) and Courtney.
on to cop a well-deserved victory
66-60 in two hard fought over-
Littl Ed Pabon led the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal All-Star attack as he sunk 2?
points for the evening's play, ML.
of them in the last half and two
over-time periods. He was fol followed
lowed followed by his team mate Palumbo
who had 16 points and Merciex
with 15. The Balboa All-Star
contingent was led in the eve evening's
ning's evening's scoring column by Dick
Gayor and Bill Young, each with
14 points apiece; followed by
Fred Raybourne with 12 points.
These two teams will, meet a a-gain
gain a-gain next Tuesday night at 7:30
in the Balboa Gymnasium In an
encojnter that should prove to
be quite a clash.
Balboa Govt. League All-Stars
fg ft pts
Young, W. 2 14-
Nahmad, A 4 0 8
Raybourne, F 5 2 12
Gayor, R 7 0 14
Trout, W .2 1 5
Joyce. A 1 1 3
Lomoana, a 0 0 0
Tocherman, a. ...... 1 2 4
26 8 60
Palumbo, L 5 6 16
Merciex. G 6 15
.... 2 0 4
...11 5 27
.... 1 0 2
.... 1 0 2
26 14 66
Score Bt Quarters
Cristobal 14 24 33 48 54 6
Balboa 14 25 36 48 54 60
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Teams W L Pet.
Nacional 4 1 .800
Marlboro 4 1 .800
Cerveza Balboa .. ..1 4 .200
Kent ...... 1 4 .200
Nacional vs Kent (8:00 p.m.)
Marlboro vs Cerveza Balboa
Marlboro 88 Kent 74
Nacional 74, Cerveza Balboa 68
By VICTOR GRAY
BY HARRY GRAYSON
LOS ANGELES (NEA) -It is
iornic that Otto Graham, who
has run around for three years
blasting Paul Brown's coactimg
winds up doing his old-' boss ami
the Cleveland Browns a trenien
Brown,'s matchless record in the
professional ranks was compiled
with Graham at quarterback and
now Otto has put the finishing
I touches on a quarterback who
I may out-Graham Graham. His
i name is Jim Ninowski and mil mil-!
! mil-! lions saw the Michigan State kid
get the foit ball season off by prac prac-j
j prac-j tcially passing the Detroit Lions
; out of Chicago's Soldier Fiield as
he put life back into the AH Star
able to do so much oecause they
could ca't them properly and
centrate on their specialties.
It also brought out that in morv
recent years the colleges have not
been taking full advantage of 'he
txplosiveness of the forward pass.
In too many cases, the spIitT at
tack, which can become rattier
dull, lessened its value.
Otto Graham quickly gave the
College AllStars the pro toucn
the main idea of which is to e
entertaining while winning. Otln
opened up their offene. pavin?
the way for spectacular pa se
and runs. It is hoped that h;s
smashing victory will prompt
FINISH LINE Seven year old boys complete their race in the 20-yard freestyle race at Albrook Air Force Base pool on
'atnrday morning. This meet signified the completion of Zone summer recreation program. (U.S. Army Photo)
' FREEHODL. N.J. (NEA)Free
hold Raceway is a small day
light trotting track which has
mall purses ami. -doesn't' attract
big crowds. But it proves aba
tic point in sports better than
any big plant.
The horse, who has never been
told whether he't a champ or na
account, c5sts you rnoney no mat
tej: how good lie is. And by the
time the bills start coming in
I heavy, if s too bite. The owner
, et rithigiS hll'BloW aiid he's
Ivblch is why Bob Werner and
Sank Kobv were talking about
jitil a year and a half ago. they
were two young bachelors op
rating a clothing store and res restaurant
taurant restaurant Then one night they
weit out for a couple of drintu.
Maybe 'it was the whisky. May
be jthere was a full moon. What
ever tht -ause, they started talk
in wRh an acquaintance nnd
wbn they finished they ha I
bought a trotter, Louie Creed, for
"1 thought we wer.t buying ;
thoroughbred race horse," Werner
lays. "I found out later he w.
a trotter. I also found out he
was lame. We had him operated
en. By the time we were through,
he cost us $12,000. He tried Hard
enough, but he'll never be any
good; Well, at least we have a
Bice $12,000 saddle horse."
That was the start. The two
Bow own a three horso stable
which races' at Freehold ind
judging from the trouble Eric'
iBlaze was havins with a carrot
thing haven't improved.
Werner offered a carrot to the
horse, which had a tough tim
biting Into it. So Werner bit off
a piece of the carrot, chewed i
and then took it out of his mtl.th
and gave it back to the horso
"Hit teeth, aren't too strong yet"
he' Shrugged. "But he's the Oe-'
horse we got. We expect a lot
j!he purses, Werner noted, are
small at; Freehold. "It costs u
ttOO' a month for each of the three
horses' bemused-. "I heard them
was-money in this business, but
Trot Buyers: Bring Cash
I RIGHT COMRI WATinw Erl. HI.,. ... -J ...Uu vi i . ... ..
irainer, jacK miner, leu. ana owners
RIGHT COMRIWATinw EriA ri. ...j....ki.u.i,
Hank Kohv niwi Rk wlT. u '".
i v wu ww vi act
I haven't seen it yet. But rao
ing gets you and you stay."
If it weren't for 26 year old
Jack Miller, their trainer, things
might be even rougher for tnc
partners. Miller, who started out
as a stable boy when he was II
has been their trainer for a year.
have been able to break even in at their own business.
racing, but if it weren't for
third partner in their clotliin:
and restaurant endeavors things
might be different. For, like all
racing bugs, they spend more time
around the barns than they d(
Who's the partner?
"It doesn't matter," Werner
said, "you won't meet him, any
way. We keep him away from
here. Somebody has to mind the
"He buys 'he horses and he
consistently makes good picks,'
"Look, here's Eric's Blaze. Jac':
bought him and Eric's Joey for
$1,475. Right after that we we,-1
o'fered $17,500 for them. Yes,
teeth and all.
"Then he bought Madame Rorf
ney at the track here for $1.5(
at one o'clock in the afternoon.
The horse went to the post at
three o'clock and won. Paul
$19.80. The horse cost us nothing
al that rate.
"Same thing with Breezy Frisco
Jack Rot him for $700 from Jim
my Cruise. We made our money
ha'1''- on the horse in a wee
With this kind of buying sell selling
ing selling juggling, Koby and Werner
OUT OF DOORS with
Denmark Has Room for Hunter
y AL McCLANE
ivinrMiilri'M .. ,., (Ml'll
-Of the three Scandinavian coun
tries, Denmark is the most popul
ated, and, being a thoroughly farm,
ed. area you would think there is
nothing here for the tourist sports
Not the ease at all. Tne re ts
modest emount of trout fWiitn
and Wrd Shooting just two hours
front her, but the chief tronhif
loeallv are the aiant bluefin turn)
and tbifc fallow 'deer. If you hankr
fof a. touch of the noble life, then
youyth tourist class to Copen Copen-hicet'via
hicet'via Copen-hicet'via SAS and consider the
The .bluefins, averaging J50
pounds but recording at 781, ir
caught almost in the shadow of
Hamlet's castle. They funn funn-tVaMh
tVaMh funn-tVaMh the Kattegat and are
taken on the erounds at Lann:
grdndftn. where the sound nar.
m. .Charters are far less expen
sive here than elsewhere: $23 is
about average compared to $tbj
and more in other tuna ports.
Best of all, if you catch a fish fish-there's
there's fish-there's no charge. The skipper
makes his expenses from the sale
of the tfma. You can get ?i) thf.
dope from the Scandinavian Tun i
Club, Coenhagen. Hotels with firit
class trenchering are legion ar around
ound around the port of Helsinborg.
The other game is fallow dec.
and you are about 100 per cent
certain of getting the hatrack. It'
conducted here on the same basis
is shooting in deer parks all over
Europe. You simply pay on the
head, and antlers vary between
$85 and $125, depending on where
the shoot takes place. The guide
is usually paid by the park own
er, but it's custpmary to tip an.
other live snot.
The hotels vary between $4 an'l
$6 while hunting, your license
costs $3, and the outfitters cpm
mission about 21 which includes
rifle import permit and lia'-"'f'
insurance. In all. a very good bar bargain
gain bargain for big game shooting.
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'B AOTilOVS I V " I
J I wk rewnxSvfy
An upset In either of tonight's
contests could mean the cllmac I
tic point in the present RP cage
lop playof fs. Deadlocked on the j
top rung are Nacional and Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, while Kent and Cerveza
Balboa are also tied up for cel cellar
lar cellar honors.
Opening game of tonight's twin
bill will find Nacional pitted a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Kent, ike Luzcandomen
seeking the victory which will
assure them of at least a te tn
the final standings of this all all-Important
Important all-Important series.
Kent, although beaten In all
three of their previous tussles
with the tall Nacional squad.
cannot be taken sliehtly. as the
Perdomo coached outfit Is deter determined
mined determined to finish some place other
than last in this tournament.
Nacional could start tonight's
game wtih Reyes. Agard, Ardines,
Frazer and Parfaith. It Is expect expected
ed expected that Kent will be out In full
strength with a possible starting
lineup of Colley, Saarlat, Hall,!
Christonher and fjlmpson.
Marlboro vs Cerveza Balhoa
Rodolfo "Fifi" Tom's stalwarts
meet Cerveza Balboa In the sec -ond
game, whlrh definitely;
should prove the riffht to cham j
pionshlp aspirations of this game j
Marlboro club. Coming out on the j
short en1 of their first two meet meetings
ings meetings aeainst Cerveza Balboa this
year, the colonltes in a display
of sheer determination conned,
contest No. 3, and with tht
knocked the Beermen completely
out of the running.
This defeat, suffered at the;
hands of a club, formerly consid- j
ered as a cousin, left coach Eche-
verfia's men so befuddled, that
up to the present moment they
have failed to score another tri triumph,
umph, triumph, taking into tonight's game
a losing skein of four games.
Should they come to life and
defeat their opponents; and Na Nacional
cional Nacional emerge triumphant in
their match against Kent, the
Luzcandomen would be owners
of the 1958 basketball crown and
proud representatives of Panama"
in the first Caribbean Basketball
Series to be staged In San Juan,
Puerto Rico, beginning Aug. 31.
In the event of a playoff be between
tween between Marlboro and Nacional,
this will most likely be played on
Wednesday, Aug. 27 of the com coming
ing coming week.
Wednesday Night's Contests
With peerless Emmett Bryant
again having one of his good
nights, Marlboro downed Kent in
the opening game of the double -header
by a score of 88 to 74.
Kent led at half time 36 to 33,
but the winners closed the gap
during the second half and went
on to win going away. Bryant
tallied a total of 32 points to cop
the scoring honors with team teammate
mate teammate Eddie Bermudez tossing in
As usual It. was Bobbv Christo
pher pacing the futile Kent at
tack with 26 points. Other out outstanding
standing outstanding players for the losers
were Ellas Colley witn rz, ana
Felix Saarlat and George Hall
with 10 apiece.
Nacional 74, Cerveza Balboa 68
Nacional pulled this one out of
the fire, when with less than
three minutes of play remaining
they overcame a three-point def deficit.
icit. deficit. Successive baskets, by Rey Reyes,
es, Reyes, Agard and Parfaith iced the
game, for the winners.
Player-coach "YuyinV Luzcan Luzcan-do
do Luzcan-do sat out most of the contest
with an injured finger. He was
orced to get into the game, as
in the closing minutes his team
lost Hector Montalvo and Alfonso
Frazer via the foul route.
Apparently Luzcando's pres presence
ence presence on the court bolstered his
sagging teammates, who took on
a new lease of life, as thev ral rallied
lied rallied to win the match, keeping
Dace with Marlboro in the quest
for champlonshin honors.
Reyes with 23, Agard 20 and
Frazer 15 were top scorers for
triumphant Nacional, while Ed Ed-rardo
rardo Ed-rardo White with 30 arvt Dario
de Leon with 19 were outstand outstanding
ing outstanding for the losing Cerveza Balboa
SUGGESTS SANDERS PORTRAIT
LOS ANGELES (UPI) County
Supervisor Kenneth Hahn has vig
gested a broize nortraM of UC
eo-ch Henry (Red) Sanders "be
added to the Memorial Court o'
Honor at the Los Angeles Memo
rial Coliseum. Sanders died of j
heart' attack last Thursday,
Graham to consider a coaching
Cureer. It .ouli i.e a shame to
have such an illuitrious niioi
pass out oi the picture, which he
could well do now on even a
And how about Bobby Conrai
kicking tour ticld goals from 14.
twice from 24 and 19 yards ie
lirst into the wind? This fini
fensive back didn't boot on m
three years lor Texas A and 4..
which could have used one or uvo
a time or two last autumn. But,
then, eear Bryant no doubt was
too busy engineering ari''
coaching chance to explore
possibilities of Covad's gifte e
It didn't take Graham old nro t
machine the Cnll?sp A11SUC4,
long to get around to that.
ste n V i-r
This year's edition of College
All-Stars was not supposed to be
outstanding offensively, but Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, making his bow as a head
coach, made them so by using
Ninowski like Graham. The Old
Northwestern Wildcat all but
threw out the running game, the
S'ars making only three of their
296 yards by rushing.
Tho offensive line was there
principally to protect Ninowski.
Only two receivers were used AM
other blocked. It was not a haid
to-figtire style, but it enabled Ni Ninowski
nowski Ninowski to complete 14 of 20 pas passes
ses passes for 244 yards against the
But what puzzles football buff
across the country is how 11 other
clubs allowed the Browns, "v
needed one so badly, to draft a
nasscr like Ninowski as late a
the fourth round. And a scatbacK
hack catcher on the order o
Bob Mitchell of Illinois the
seventh time around. No fewer
than 50 athletes were drawn before
Paul Brown took Ninowski. Buv
the time the selectors got armmH
to Mitchell there wasn't anybody
And yet veterans had described
Ninowski as the slickest passer
Michigan State ever had. Mitchell
is the Big 10 hurdler and 22tj
yard champion. The rap again1'
Mitchell was that he is too sma!l
at 6 feet and 185 pounds. Brown
saw differently. So did the Lion.
The All Star game was a fur further
ther further recommendation for free sub
ditution, which is all but beim.
brought back by the colleges this
fall. It must be remembered thr
the players who twisted the Lions'
tails played both ways thrnr
out their coHee carrers. Grahim
and his staff of former pros wer,j
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MANILA Autr. 23 -- (UPI)
SEATO's top military advisers will j
meei in Bangkok next month to
consider "new developments"
wHieh constitute a threat to me
leeur'iiy of the treaty area, it was
The Philippine de'ense depart
ment said that Lt. Gen. AUonso
Arellano, the Armed Forces chief
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capital shortly to represent the
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President Carlos P. Garcia,
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The increasing Communist air
buildup around Formosa.
Cambodia's recognition of Hed
China and Premier Norodom Si
hanouk's eurren visit to Peipimv
The airlift of U.S. arms to In
Communist China's economic
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rooms, bedrooms, hot water installation,
properly screened at San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Ninth Street No. 39
$175.00, Miguel Hive. Phonos
3-4844 3-1 130.
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
porch, maid's quarters. Price
$110.00. Phone 0351.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo develop developments
ments developments modern two bedroom
apartment, etc. hot water system,
further, particulars, please call
3-4968, after hours 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Modern four bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, three room air
conditioned, power room, bar,
three bathrooms, kitchen with
refrigerator, deep freexe, 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.
FOR RENT; 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, beside corner house
across Drugstore, First Street
No. 2, Parque Lefevre. $45.
FOR RENT: Two modern apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, two bedrooms, hot water,
maid room, near to Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, Camp Alegre, Tel. 2-2341
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ona bedroom apart
menf. Also room wifh privata
bath and kitchen. Phone 3-0934.
FOR RENT: Two largo bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, .living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also largo fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two largo living
rooms with kitchen and bath bet between,
ween, between, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
TI-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
Brand new, two bedroom duplex
apartment beautifully furnished,
hot weter. Tel. 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Three bedrooms
apartment, near Golf Heights and
Coco del Mar. Call 3-2978.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, two bedrooms apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living, diningroom, inde independent
pendent independent service. 86th St. No. 6
San Francisco, near Roosevelt
FOR RENT- f
room apartment Bella Vista, for
months. September, October.
Call 3-3387 after 5 p.m.
Pieces Of Plate
CHICAGO (NEA) Alvin T)
comes up with the reason why
be Pittsburgh Pirates appear to
have moved into the first division
"Pitching." the old pro third
baseman of the Cubs says. "Nol
overpowering pitching. hut th?
kind where everybody on the stat
manages to get a piece of the
"It's mature pitching, too." he
says "Boh Friend was a compMi compMi-tor
tor compMi-tor who tried to power a sinke sinke-past
past sinke-past von Now he has a ','oor!
cringe off a curve. That Geory?
Witt has a mediocre fast ball,
but he gets you out with th"
"Hut it's Witt who made them .''
Dark insists "Before he came up
(from Hollywood, IhePirate s had
to use Friend. Kline and Vrrn
Law all the lime Now thev stick
(Wit( in that rotation and the nth
1 ers get at leas three Havs re
lout of it. That's the big thing"
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. S years guaranty
Duty free. Price lor C. Z.
4Mb St. and Via Esnaiia
TEL. .1-1 28 A
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INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC AC lONtS No 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDQ Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY -18.' La t'arrasqnilla FARM ALIA I.O.M I.O.M-BARDO
BARDO I.O.M-BARDO No. 21 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul; Ave. A J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TtvoH No. 4 FARM AC I A EST ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMAC1A LUX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Pro. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMf Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St FAR FAR-MACIA
MACIA FAR-MACIA VAN DER JIS 58 Street No. S3 o r ARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Poms lit NOVEDADES A THIS
Beside the Bell, vuti Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century two-door sedan. Perfect
condition. Tel. Balboa 2194
FOR SALE i 1958 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
FOR SALE: Hillman convertible
1951, good condition, $150.00.
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
FOR SALE: 1 953 Dodge 4 4-dcor,
dcor, 4-dcor, 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.
Calf 2-1870 office hours. 3 3-1252
1252 3-1252 after hours.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 4DR
Sedan, tutone, radio, WWtires,
automatic trans. Like new.
1958 Hiliman-4DR Sedan, leath leather
er leather upholstery. Excellent car.
1956 Cadillac, 2DR, radio, tu tutone
tone tutone upholstery, W tires, power power-steering
steering power-steering & brakes.
1955 FordrCustomline, stand,
trans. Excellent condition.
1954 Buick-Convertible, radio,
WW tires, tutone leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, only 22,000 miles.
1953 Ford-Convertible, WW
tires, leather upholstery. Very
1954 Hillman-Convertible. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition,
DO YOU NEED GOOD TRANS TRANSPORTATION?
PORTATION? TRANSPORTATION? Only $60.00 Down
Payment & you drive away a
car Model 1949 to 1952. Good
deals and Small payment. Visit
us. AUTOS EISENMAN Next to
Coca Co'a Co. Phona all day
Pmd. 2-2616, 2-4966.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1955 hard
top coupe, automatic gear shift.
Dutv paid. Tel. 3-7186 or 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. FOR SALE: Buick Super 4 'door
sedan, 1953, en owner, 4 new
tires, low mileage, excellent
condition. Dynaflow, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, E-Z Eye glass. Call 83-4122.
FOR SALE: 1955 Oldsmobilo
"Super 88" hardtop. Black with
radio, hydramatic and other
Deluxe equipment, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, throughout. Tel. Gatun
5-566 or Cristobal 3-2430.
FOR SALE: Bargain !!! Two Two-tone
tone Two-tone (Black & Cream) 2-door
Chrysler "New Yorker" 1957
automatic (button) power steer steering.
ing. steering. Radio, tires & upholstery
in excellent condition. Low mile mileage
age mileage and duty paid. For infor information
mation information Tel. 3-7478 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Two Two-tone,
tone, Two-tone, hardtop, new tires, new
seats, perfect condition, radio,
airconditioned, duty paid, good
price. Panama 2-5485 before 5
p m. 4-0642 after 5.
FOR SALE: Studebaker 1950,
two door sedan, good condition.
$250.00. Phone Panama 3-4679.
LOS ANGELES (NEA) As John
De John, one of his manages
explains it, there never was any
question in Carmen Basilio's mind
about fi Rhtinc again, followmf
the loss of his middleweight
tide In Ray Robinson in Chicago
"Carmen came home after the
eye operations in Chicago and
remember they were minor one?
and I went out to his house anc1)
he" laid he'd go again because the
money was therde to be gotten. He
wants Robinson again, of course.
"But we're fighting Art Aragi.n
'si Wrifflev Field on Sent. fi. We'il
see what's what with Robins n
after that. I knew he'd never
fight again this year. That's why
we took Aragon.
"You know, that Robinson is
muder to deal with, anyway. Vou
know what he told us once? He
says 'Remember, it's me th?
crowd is coming to tee.'
"So Carmen got right back a',
him 'Yeah,' he says. 'Let's see 11
they come to see you shadow
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, two
fans, 60 cycle 17 inch G. E.
TV set, small table model radio,
two quartermaster beds, stop!
dresser, steal Chester drawers,
small number of tables and
straight wood chairs, kitchen kitchen-ware,
ware, kitchen-ware, glassware, Chinaware. All
items may be seen at apartment
No. 0432E, Frangipani Street, on
Saturday morning, August 23,
1958, from nine (9.00) a.m.
till noon. Written bids upon
such items to be submitted to
the undersigned on or before
August 26, 1958.
W. SHERIDAN, r.,
Administrator, C. T. Mo
Cormick, Jr. deseased,
P.O. Box 98, Balboa
FOR SALE: Baldwin U pright
piano. Phone 2-4329.
FOR SALE: Foam rubber mat mattress
tress mattress with box spring $85.00.
Phone Panama 3-4679.
Of 'Speedy' Car
NEW YORK (UPI) Police
today had an alarm out for a
stolen car, described thusly:
"Red, four and one half feet
long, with top speed of five miles
The complainant, Bruce Win Win-nick,
nick, Win-nick, reported the car stolen
yesterday from the miniature ga.
rage in the rear of his home.
Bruce is seven years old.
Exeerrisini Machines. Turkish
I he Mrl.rvy wit Hmly Massage,
bath. Trainer! operators tor ladies
ad gentlemen. Get results.
i. Axeeemena Ava. S3-4S
CLASSICAL POPULARS JAM
37th St. No, A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nlte until 9:00 p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANT
RECORD YOU WISH.
The Magic Super Seasoner
Available now in thi
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
August 15 to Sept. 15
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and Fri.
Tel. Panama 3-1661
the first and only
no more burned out tribes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
ancle of "o
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2 0552
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
1 1 .Him n.
FOR 5 A LI : 1955 Frftjidaira
washing machine, 60 cycle,
good condition, $125.00. Al-
brook, phono 86-2213 Qrrs.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, nine
foot Wetringhome new, 60 cycle
unit. Simmons couch. 60 cycle
hi h.p. motor. 0418 Venad
.Street Ancon, Balboa 1209.
FOR SALE: Duncan Phyfo Style
blend mahogany diningroom set
consisting of dropleat table), but-
tel, six chairs, with tapestry
cushions, and' cheat for silver and
crystal. Perfect condition. No.
571 1 -C Shonts Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE: One living room set,
regrigeratar and gas stove. Vista
hcrmosa, Ricardo Mirb 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 bod chest of
drawers, bureau with mirror. Call
FOR SALE: 3 pc. livingroom
act, 2 end tables, 1 coffee table.
Excellent condition. $75.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3307.
FOR SALE: 8 cu. ft. all por porcelain
celain porcelain Frigldairc, new unit for
quick sale, $60.00, 60 cycles,
1 metal beds '4 cotton mat mattress
tress mattress $25.00. 1 metal dresser,
1. bamboo chair 587, Bayano
FOR SALE: Leaving must sell
one 9 piece, dining room set,
cream color, two living room
chairs. Ave. Nacional No. 36,
Apto. 9. Tel. 3-3404.
FOR SALE: Easy apindrier, 50
cycle, $70.. 00, chest of drawers,
$6.00, sofa soring frame, $5.00,
all excellent condition, also
email China cabinet, $3.00,
redwood 6 ft porch shade $1.00,
750B, Balboa Road, Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3745.
Kol Shearilh To Hold
Monday Night At 8
Rabbi Isaac Neuman, spiritaul
leader of Congregation Kol Shea
rith Israel, announced today that
a religious school rally which will
take place on Monday, at 8 p.m.
in the community hall of the Con Congregation,
gregation, Congregation, at 36th Street and Ave Ave-nida
nida Ave-nida Cuba.
A special program is planned
for the evening. Parents and
teachers will have an opportunity
to discilss the new curriculum of
the school and its policy. The di
rector of the school, Rabbi Neu
man, will introduce the new
teachers and explain the new cur
Stanley Fidanque, immediate
past president of Kol Sheanth Is
rael will speak on the subject
"How a Parent Looks at Reli
gious Education." Mrs. Fred Ma
duro will also participate in the
All narents who enrolled their
children in the religious school
or are contemplating doing so are
urged to attend this meeting.
Kobbe Gains Close
Over Fort Amador
The Fort Kobbe Regulars sur
vived a second half comeback by
the Fort Amador Troopers to
gain a close 96-93 win at the
Kobbe Gymnasium Thursday
Kobbe jumped into a comfort comfortable
able comfortable 55 42 half time lead and
maintained a 10-polnt 74-64
margin at the end of three pe periods
riods periods but in the final quarter
Amador began an assault that
fell just a little short of overf,ak overf,ak-Ina
Ina overf,ak-Ina the Regulars. Ray Crawford
with 10 points and Dick Poster
with nine paced the last period
Amador surge which brought
them close but not close enough
Big Dick Hill paced the Kobbe
quintet with 27 points. Gene Mil
ler had 21. Ron Baxter 18 and
nick Allen had 17 to round out
the well balanced Kobbe attack.
Big men, In the Amador offen offensive
sive offensive were Bobbv Christopher
with 34 tallies. Poster with 23
and Crawford with 14.
(As of August 22)
W L GB
Albrook 6 0
Kobbe 5 2 lVi
Clayton 3 3 3
Army Atlantic 2 4 4
Amador '..2 5 4 ft
Navy .. 1 9 i
Boats & Motors
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 Boca
Street) Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Motor generator sot
complete with voltage regulator
and remote control. 25 cy. to 60
cy., 1 10 vnlts, 60 ey. 750 warts.
Voigtlander prominant 35 mm.
camera, complete with 100 mm.
telephoto lens, yiawfinder, sun sun-shad
shad sun-shad and filter with case. Phono
Wins Channel Swim
In Record Time
DOVER, England, Aug. 23
(UPI) Rollicking Danish Danish-American
American Danish-American Greta Anderson beat
all the men and the world wom women's
en's women's record as well today in the
21-mile annual English Channel
The Danish -born Long Beach,
Calif., athlete stroked a fantas fantastic
tic fantastic pace to win in an even 11
hours exactly only eight minutes
short of the fastest time ever for
the France-to-England mass
Her husband trainer John
Sonnichsen cheered her on from
a launch, playing rock 'n' roll
records on a portable player to
whi'e awav the long swim which
started from Cap Gris Nez,
France, at 2:04 a.m.
She crawled ashore at 1:04 p.m.
Her time beat the former worn
an's mark of 12 hours 42 minutes
set by Britain's Brenda Fisher
in September 1951 and was only,
eignt minutes slower than the
men's record of 10 hours 52 mln
utes held by.Egyptian army offi
cer Hassan Abd. el-Rehim.
The 30-year old Danish born
swimmer showed all the snrint-
lng power oi her 1948 perform performance
ance performance when she won the Olympic
100 meters gold medal In Lon
Service Center Theatres
7:30 4:55v- 8:20
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love and conflicts'
EVA MARIE SAINT.
NIGEL RMRICK LEE MARVIN
(Also showing SUNDAY)
COCO SOLO 7:00
This is an advance SHOWING
And will be RE-BOOKED for
"THE BRIDGE ON THE
in Cinemascope and Colors!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Karl Maiden Natalie Wood
in CinemaScope Si Color!
GAMBOA Sat. Matinee 8:15
"THE SAVAGE HORDE"
Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace!
"THE DEVILS HAIRPIN
in Vista Vision!
MARGARITA 6:15 V S:0ft
Rav Milland Barry Jones
"Madonna of The Deeert"
and "The Spy Smasher"
SANTA CRUZ 7:01
(Also Showing SUNDAY)
CAMP BIERD 5:00 pm
'FIGHTING COAST GUARD'
ft "Spy Smasher'' (Serial)
(NOT! SHOW TIM)
WANTED: Bi-lingual secre secretary,
tary, secretary, apply giving ago, educa education,
tion, education, experience and salary ex expected.
pected. expected. Include. photograph,
Box 86, Balboa C.Z.
WANTED: Sal Manager for
well estjblished firm. Good op opportunity
portunity opportunity for right person. Writ
giving full particular, including
photo, Sales Manager", P. O.
Box 93, Colon.
WANTED: Famal bilingual
secretary with experience. Good
l.alary. Kv working day a
week. Box 525, Colon,
WANTED: Bilingual secretary
shorthand, also comptometry.
Servicios y Colocaciones 3-7028,
Camera de Comercto.
WANTED: Boxer puppy fe female,
male, female, registered. Balboa 2-3700.
Would like to plac my laun laundress.
dress. laundress. Honest and dependable ha
been with present employer 1 1
years. Call 83-4122.
WANTED: Baby bed, good
condition mattress, not neces necessary,
sary, necessary, reasonable priced. Calf 83'
WANTED; Maid, general
housework, washing and ironing,
must have knowledge of cooking.
House No. 0767-K Williamson
Place, Balboa. Apply Monday
after 4:30 p.m.
In the absence of the Rev.
rence W. Hayes, priest-in-charK
of St. Christopher's Church, regu regular
lar regular Sunday services will be con conducted
ducted conducted as follows:
At 6 a.m. and at :30 a.m.,
there will be celebrations of the
Holy Communion. The Rev. Hfl Hfl-ry
ry Hfl-ry Cluver will be the celebrant at
both services and will be the
preacher at the latter.
At 10:30 a.m., Morning Prayer
and Church School wiH be con conducted,
ducted, conducted, followed by holy Bap Baptisms
tisms Baptisms at noon.
The day will close with Even Evensong
song Evensong at 6:30 p.m. with the Rev.
Clarence A. Cragwell as preach preacher.
er. preacher. Father Havpa i. npftil- trt re
turn from the U.S.A. on Thurs
the feast of St. Bartholomew
the Apostle, will be commemorat commemorated
ed commemorated at St. Peter's Church in La Bo Boca
ca Boca tomorrow with a choral Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist starting at 10:30 a.m.
For this celebration, the choir
will chant Merbecke's communion
service, and the Rev. John Spear,
priest in charge, will be celebrant
Members of the Women's Acti Acti-bity
bity Acti-bity Club, which was organized
in Panama City ten years ago,
will attend this service in observ observance
ance observance of their anniversary.
n i p.m. me monuuy service
of Evensong will be held In Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel, where manv nf th
A n ,1 ,
rhlirph mprndnrt ore nmcAnlli,
" ........... u y i n 1 1 j 1 1
The usual mid-week communion
will take place there next Friday
at 9:30 a.m., celebrated by Fath Father
er Father Spear.
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T. V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call William & Shirley.
Phono Panama 2-5113.
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Hyams. Tel. 2-0734 today.
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BEAR-BACK RIDER The exception that proves, the rule.
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to look at. Riding on this bear statue at a Detroit shopping
center, Julie makes even the metal "mahout" smile.
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Despite Copenhagen's Jitters .
Norway Sets Gala Welcome
For US's Nuclear Sub Skate
BERGEN, Norway, Aug. 23 (UPI) The U.S. atomic submarine Skate headed into this ancient Viking port
today with the fullest picture yet obtained of the ice-dotted waters which are the West's newest defensive front.
Thousands of Norwegians lined the docks, ready to give the Skate a gala welcome on its arrival. The official
welcoming committee was headed by U.S. ambassador F ranees Willis and defense minister Nils Handahl.
The Norwegian navy and civil officials in Bergen h ad prepared an elaborate program of entertainment for
the Skate's crew during its visit here.
Norway, undaunted by the apprehensions of some others among America's European allies, will welcome
the Skate not only here but in the capital city of Oslo, next stop on the sub's itinerary.
A projected nsit to Denmark
rtas been Canceilcu uanuoc
tom-iitterv Danes are afraid to
have a floating reactor so close
t.n their capital at Copenhagen.
Even in Britain, the Skate
will be allowed no nearer the
capital than the Channel town
of Portland, where its sister
ship the Nautilus also stopped
during a recent visu.
Norwegian scientists wnouie wruienanai, nance, mm
t,ririieri thp nlans of the reactor!
aboard the Skate which is the prise at the action,
second US atomic submarine to In a news conference m Co Co-cross
cross Co-cross the North Pole under thelpenhagen Friday night. Danish
Icesaid it "borders on the ri-1 Prime Minister H. C Hansen
1 said that Denmark's decision to
US Army Caribbean
Armu I arikkaan
Al HIT Vdl lUUvdll
U. S. Army Caribbean has re
eeived a distinguished service
award from Under Secretary
Waltpr Williams for i s!
success in last fall's Federal Serv j
ice Overseas Fund Campaign. ;
Personnel in this command dot' ;
ited over $315,001) to the drive, a1
increase of $40,000 over the pre j
In a letter to Maj. Gen. Charles
L. Dasher, USARCARIB command
ing general, Williams stated. "i
take special nleasure. as federal
chairman, in honoring the person
nrl of your command with this
Distinguished Service Award -r
behalf of the seven agencies
Please express our heartfelt jraL
titude to all."
TV,. .nnnnloc rafon-P.1 In i
are: the American Social Hygiene
"Wietv. CARE. Crusade for Fro.'
dem, International Social Service
United Seamen's Service and the
United Service Organizations
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending ft am today Vweapons wiu be fired on targets
prepared bv the Meteorological ,fnjm prcselcctpd points at the!
and Hydrocranhi'- Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Hirh R3 R2
Low 71 75
High fln f
Low 80 84
(max. mpb) S"ll SW-2.1
RAIN (inches) 1.94 0
(inner harbors) 81 82
SUNDAY, ACG. 24
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but imm i k) nun utmc i moron Mrmicrmi I on hum mm
'diculous to talk of a possible ca
uaUHiic "i uaiuui.
Western countries generally
seemed astounded by the can-
reling of the visit to Copenha
gen. Denmark is a member of
the North Atlantic Treaty Or Organization,
ganization, Organization, and nuclear sub submarines
marines submarines previously have been
welcomed in Europe.
Navn! authorities in Britain,!
West Germany expressed sur
ban the Skate from Copenhagen
'harbor was mtt'ie because of the
! risk to the city's population.
nr lie tunauiiru ucjiiici
the United States nor Britain on
his decision, which was reached
on the advice of Danish Atomic
Energy Commission experts. The
Skate had been due in Copenha Copenhagen
gen Copenhagen Aug. 28.
But Hansen said that if his
government had asked the
British, it "certainly would
have learned that atomic-pow
ered submarines would not be
allowed to visit London or a
populous area in England."
He said he believed that if he
had consulted Britain he would
1st Battle Group
Maps Final Plans
For Weapons Show
Final plans have been made by
'V let Rolt In nrnnn nth Infantry.
1,15 iot uomv.
,ort Kobbe, tor a weapons aem
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at 8 Sa"U
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u.s. Army canonean acnuui, rm.i
Men of the 20th s B Company
will participate in the live fire ex-
ercises while their unit comman.
der, Capt. .lohn L. Lewis, wil
he project officer for the demon
1 drat inn
' a, lhn,,'h nnth iarCG anci sn.
range, there will be no 4.2 mor-
lars included in the demonstration--.
, training at Rio Hato. Smaller mor :
tars will he fircrl and on view,
One platton will concentrate itf
total fire power on a small area
to demonstrate the might of a sin.
gle platoon's firing capabilities.
implore iiie ncmonsirauon a gieai
deal of work is accomplished
prepare the area. Crass must h'
cut. bleachers moved, parkins !a
cilitics arranged, targets mount
rrl and safety precautions worked
nut. in aonuion. there arc mv.C
tire dry runs of the demonstra
The program will be narrated I
III i',iiii-u i im I, i m -, ,v IHI,1
of the school instructors. The
demonstration is presented neric.
j dieallv bv the battle groun for
CSARCAniR School students as
part of their regular curriculum
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big Western that
all the other off
the paeel Here' the
entertainment that is the
of the real Amorioan
KASHFI BRIAN DONLEVY
have learned "there would, in
England, be similar concern a a-bout
bout a-bout letting such a mobile reac reactor
tor reactor move into a populous area"
and that "no British expert
would be responsible for letting
the Skate come to Copenhagen."
In Washington, the U.S. Navy
announced that the utmost care
was taken for reliability and
safety. It said that "in the or-
erauon 01 nuciear powerea snips,
itne health and safety of the
crew.s and people in the vicinity
The Skate and the Nautilus,
the world's first atomic sub submarine,
marine, submarine, both have docked in
England but at Portland, a
small south coast naval base.
It is considerably less populous
than Plymouth or Portsmouth,
two other bases in the area.
In London, an Admiralty Admiralty-spokesman
spokesman Admiralty-spokesman said it was decided in
consultation with the British
Atomic Energy Authority that
Portland was a suitable landing
place for nuclear craft but that
"there was no negative decision
made on more populous areas."
The Nautilus left Portland
last Monday and was scheduled
to arrive in New York harbor
which is surrounded by one
of the most populous areas in
the world Monday. It will tie
up at the U.S. Naval Shipyard
CZ Civil Defense Corps To Graduate
36 Nursing Assistants At Santa Cruz
Tho Vnliinlper Corns of the Ca-
!nal civil Defense office Willi
graduate 36 nursing assistants 10-
1 service center.
William H. Gordon will preside
at the exercise and Mrs. Thelma
Mona administrative assistant
, ,ho 7 hantpr of thp
American National Red Cross will
present the certificates. Miss Vio-
, Honpv Cr., was th
American Red cross instructor.
Those graduating are:
Mrs. Prudina Bailey. Mrs. Vio-
iPl Belgrave, Mrs. Mabel Bennett,
Mrs. Dorcas Burns, Mrs. Doris
Ethelca Inniss, Mrs. Gladys H
McKenzie, Mrs Evangeline Pres
coa, Mrs. Leonora rrincc, Mrs.
Beulah Small, Mrs. Gwendolyn
Wilson Mrs. H. Allen, Mrs. Ana-!
belle Brown, Mrs. Rita Caine, i
Mrs. Bernice A. Church. Mrs.
rioriencia untcniow, Mrs. Lillian
Hinds, Mrs. Marcella Holness,
Mrs. Pearl O. Johns, Mrs. Emi-1
ly Malcolm, Mrs. Norma Mayers,
Mrs. Martha Thomas, Mrs. Eli-
7abelh Tulle, Mrs. Ruby Wilson,
Mrs. Ula Kelly, Miss Llena Win-
tr, Miss Theresa D. Malcolm,
Miss Splms Grant Mis Franeia
De'Armas, Vincent L. Cummings,
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SHARP DEALING Looking even more woebegone than usual,
(his basset hound turns his eyes heavenward and away from
that hypodermic needle in Miami, Ha. The pooch, like thou thousands
sands thousands of others in the area, is yelling an anti-rabies inoculation,
as reouirefl when dos licenses arc itacwed.
The Nautilus has been in New
York harbor once before, cruis
ing a short distance up the Hud
son River while thousands
watched from the banks.
Hansen stressed that "the can
cellation was absolutely not due
to any foreign political pressure
or a domestic political standpoint
we have not been under any
pressure from abroad, either di
rectly or indirectly."
It was expected the Russians
would approve the Danish action
The Russians have been urging urging-that
that urging-that the Baltic become a "sea of
peace." They probably would be
concerned with the presence of a
U.S. submarine in this strategic
body of water, especially at Co Copenhagen,
penhagen, Copenhagen, which commands the
exit to the Skaggerak and thence
to the North Sea.
They have been especially
critical of any NATO naval ac activity
tivity activity in this area, such as the
recent maneuvers, and proba probably
bly probably were delighted that Den Denmark
mark Denmark a NATO country bar barred
red barred the American submarine.
It also was expected that they
would be pleased with the Indi Indication
cation Indication that the Danes do not
have complete confidence in the
construction of the atom subma
rine, which presumably would be
a part of the NATO naval forces.
Arthur N (Irani. Phillins N. Mai
colm, Jr., Winston E. Walters,
Herman G. Headley, Sherman
LOS ANGELES (UPD-Actress
Lauren Bacall is seeking a $1,500
increase in the monthlyallowance
she receives from the 'estate of
her late husband, Humphrey Bo-
a petition filed today
Bacall said an increase
ir0m $1,000 to $2,500 a month
was needed to support her and
her two children, Stephen, 8, and
Leslie, 5, in their normal stvle of
Bogarl, who died Jan. 14, 1!)57
in trust for Miss
dent Eisenhower has proclaimed
the week beginning Oct. 5 as
"National Fmnl TK tu,,-;.ii
AERIAL DROP Two members
package for an L-19 aerial dron.
Kobbe s Army
Story by Sp4 AL WOODWARD
U.S. Army Photos
"Howard Tower. .This is Ar
my 6378, three miles northwest of
your boundary. .Request landing
This is probably one of the
most familiar sounds that echo o
ver the airwaves from incomin?
planes at the Fort Kobbe Army
Behind such messages there is
a capable section of assistants
and operators who perform main maintenance
tenance maintenance on aircraft and coor:ii
nate aerial operations activities.
Well.trained pilots from the oth.
er half of this team.
A visit to Fort Kobbe's Hangar
Number 1 home of the Army
Aviation Detachment, USARCA
RIB and the Aviation Detachment,
1st Battle Grou, 20th Infantry
reveals how these two elements
The two separate units, work working
ing working as a team headed by Cart
Eldon O. Basham, perform va
ried missions. There job ranges
House Repasses Bill
For Money Cutting
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House bowed to President Eisen
hower's veto today by unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously repassing a 6 billion dollar
money bill without the civil serv service
ice service retirement funds that prompt prompted
ed prompted him to kill the first version of
The $5,993,404,900 bill, carrying
funds to operate 17 independ independent
ent independent government agencies for in-:
12 months which began July 1, now
eoes to the Senate. The House ap
proved it by a voice vote with no
Eisenhower vetoed the original
$6,584,169,000 bill because it con contained
tained contained 589 million dollars for the
civil service retirement fund. He
said there was "no justification"
for the contribution. It was the
first time the President had ve vetoed
toed vetoed a money bill since taking of office.
fice. office. Although ii gave in to Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's objection, the House Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Committee warned that
it probably would insist next year
on money for the retirement fund.
The committee had approved the
watered-down money bill about 30
minutes before the House acted.
In addition to killing the retire retirement
ment retirement fund money, the House add added
ed added $100,000 to the original bill to
provide funds for the presidential
pensions approved by Congress
Under the pension plan, former
Presidents Herbert Hoover and
Harry S. Truman and all future
ex-presidents would be paid $25, $25,-000
000 $25,-000 a year. They also would be
entitled to office space and a
staff costing up to $5j),000 a year.
The money bill would provide
about 66 million dollars more than
the President asked. It includes
funds for the Veterans Adminlsta Adminlsta-lion.
lion. Adminlsta-lion. National Science Foundation,
National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics and Selective Service
of the Aviation Detachment 1st.
Flyers Deliver The Mail Or
from routine delivery of mail to
trainees at kio Halo to special
events, such as the recent assign assignment
ment assignment to fly U.S. Army Cario.
bean's commanding general, Maj.
Gen. Charles L. Dasher, to Bogo.
ta, to represent the Defense De"
partment at the Colombian presi president's
dent's president's inauguration.
Other missions include insect
spraying, making ration and e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment drops to training units
druing field manuevers, evacuat evacuat-i"g
i"g evacuat-i"g medical patients from r
mote areas, flying pay runs to
Ifield training personnel, making
administratis flights, doino
search and rescue work and
providing the aerial element for
They also performed missions
in connection with the Pan Ame:
ican Highway expedition, "Oper "Operation
ation "Operation Darien."
One of the first stops for visi visitors
tors visitors is the Link Training Roem,
where a small aircraft is used
for pilot instrument training.
The trainer is a miniature air aircraft
craft aircraft with sawed off wings, an
instrument-filled cockpit and a
maze of multi. colored wires lead
ing to a control table nearby.
Capt. John Beler, th, unit's
operations offic.tr, explains that
this trainer simulates for the pi pilot
lot pilot almost any instrument flying
conditions that might bo en encountered.
countered. encountered. a puoi s course during a prac
tice tught is plotted on a chart
ny an instrumented ink pen call called
ed called a "bug." It will show Capt.
Thomas Smith or one of his fel.
low instrument examiners thp"
course "Mown" and the procc
dures used by the students.
On the hangar's ground floor
a number of aircraft, including
the fixed wing type planes and
the new H-13-H heliconters are
worked on by M.Sgt. Gordon Me.
Donald and his maintenance
On the ramp just outside the
visitor might hear the sound of
a motor starting and meet anv
of the aviators 1st. Lt. Wiley
Williamson. Ja.-k Crumit or Wal Wallace
lace Wallace Franklin Jr.
On a busy day their relief ni-
iois win ne preparing for mis missions.
sions. missions. They are 1st. Lt. Franklin
Harr of B Company and Cap.
William Grady of the Flight work
in the operations room where M
Set. Robert Kunesh is operations
The telephone rings, a rsqucs
is made and preparations get
underway for a iflight to the
Rio Hato training area, where
Col. Ralph A. Jones Jr., battle
group commander, and Maj. Or.
wen R. Grogan Jr., operations
officer, plan to inspect training.
Franklin was called upon for
He left the Kobbe Air Field at
8 a. l. with his passengers and
flew to Fiance Field to pick tin
a party including Capt Joseph
Gresaffi. c Company commander
for the Rio Hato flight. This i mis
sion completed, he returned to
Kobbe about 10:30 o'clock.
Soon afterwards, Franklin took
up one of the new H-13 H delip delip-ters
ters delip-ters for an hour-long acceptance
mission an orientation flight for
a prospective helicopter pilot.
Then the aviator returned the
copter and flew a De Havillan-1
Beaver to Rio Hato to pick up
the inspection group ana refur'i
the members to their posts.
That meant over five hours o'
flying time. After a busy day such
as this, the pilot hears the wet.
"This is Howard Tower. .
Winds are 360 (degrees) at eight
knots. .Altimeter setting 29.9.
. .You are cleared for runway 36
"Roger," the pilot replies.
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tenance maintenance supervisor, gives a final inspection to an L-19 aircraft
as the crew chief Sp4 Larry Burgess waits for an okay.
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