The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

FINANCE MINISTER Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Eleta today denied charges
Assemblyman Victor M. Busla
mante of irregularities in tbe ou -ition
of the government operated
So in Hotel El Panama hit.
ton.
Ik a letter to the tabloid daily
La Hora, Eleta said the percent percentage
age percentage of bad debts at the Casino i,
the last three years has been te m
than one per cent. He also invited
the National Assembly to name a
commission to investigate the ope operation
ration operation of the Casino.
Newspapers speculated today
that all those being held in connec connection
tion connection with a recent attempt on ihe
life of Ruben 0. Miro will be pro provisionally
visionally provisionally released this week en
orders from first Atty. Carlos A.
Lonez.
Those under arrest are Carlos
Rowe, Alberto Cuellar, Domingo
Villareal and William) Puig.
Lack Of License
To Drive Nets Two
Fines For Soldier
Frank Herman Labram, 24, o!
the U. S. Army was arrestea i
a Canal Zone policeman at 6:0.-.
a.m. yesterday for having no va
lid operator's license.
Technically, since he could no
bet license on a Sunday, he
should have parked his car un,
he got a license. But Labram
continued to drive around, ana
6:10 p.m. yesterday he was stop stop-red
red stop-red by another policeman and a
ed "May I see your license
please?"
In vain he pleaded that he had
atready-beeajirrefej that scu
earlier in the day.
in iRaihna Magistrate's Court to
day, he was fined $10 for the tot
otiense and $15 for the second
Judge oreri B. Hillsinger.
Teddy Nadler Hils
Top TV Quiz Shaw
NEW YORK Aug. 25 (UpV (UpV-Teddy
Teddy (UpV-Teddy Nadler, a bashful govern government
ment government clerk who gave a $70-a -wee:
job so he could devote his time
to fl'iiiz shows, set an all.time We
vision ouiz show prize record last
night when he pushed his earnings
up to $252,000. r
Nadler, 48, defeated two con con-Ipants
Ipants con-Ipants on the CBS-TV program
"The $64 000, Challenge," ?"swcr ?"swcr-in
in ?"swcr-in auestionsi on ancient history
and geograohy,- He also nm "el
other person on questions covering
British kinds iahd queens. j
Nadler broke the mark set by
schoolboy wonder Robert Strom,
vho Won $'42,500 n.wem! 0ue 0ue-Jions
Jions 0ue-Jions on science. Nodler had won
$242,000 up until last night.
Mariano Dial, 28, snd Luis N"
flez, 29, both Panamanians, were
fined $10 each by Judge Lou t...
Hillsinger at Balboa Magistrate
Cort today for loitering at fteru?
of Quartets 530. Curundu Heights
without authority. j
Diaz was also charged with re returning
turning returning to the Canal Zone at c
j.nnnuinn nd the Judee founa
uui .au nH hnund him OV-
Ruben Rodriguez, .28, San Bla;
was nneu 93 ror hiuiah;hi.iw.
Excess Property
Put Up For Bids
By USARCARIB
A sale of foreign excfcss person
1 property hs been announced
by the property disposal office,
S. Army Caribbean. Sealed birh
"re required, end will be opened
at 9 a.m., Sent. 8. in the bid room
of Building 708, Corozal.
Among the items are
several
...ul ..4ili frailorc Ha
electric genera 'or eis. and a por
table field refrigerator.
Miscellaneous merchandise in includes
cludes includes tool-and shop sets, te
scopes, valves, tires, hoes, bolts,
sockets, wrenches, hock asorb-
ers snd various repair parts.

The
Judge's Bench

Arrangements to inspect this Meistrate"! Court toda" for
merchandise can be marfe bylrlrrnk rirlvlni. fhe was stopned
telephonig ttc property disposal j while driving her car on Cu Cu-officer
officer Cu-officer at Cbrozal 4148. rundu Road.

tree Srhno Bus For fl More

Chiangs

Down 2 Red Migs
TAIPEI, Formosa, Aug. 25 (UPI) Nationalist Sabrt

shot down two Communist
land during two unsuccessful

invade an island in the group.
Russian-built Communist Chinese artHlefy bombard

ed Quemoy throughout the day
the third straight day of Red
mainland. The shelling killed

Nationalists Saturday and yesterday.
Today the Communists sent 4$ Mig-17s ver the Na Nationalists'
tionalists' Nationalists' offshore island and Nationalist Sabres pounced
from out of the clouds on the faster planed and drove
them off, using the American fighting method that won

superiority in Korea.
One of the Migs crashed in
flames on Weitou peninsula of
Communist mainland seven miie3
northeast of Big Quemov island,
the defense ministry announced.
Weitou is one sit of the R,i:1
shore batteries.
j The ministry said all National
ist planes setumed safely to ror ror-mosa.
mosa. ror-mosa. i j,
The Narionoi'sts fsaH ths second
Communist Mig crashed near
Lungchi airdrome on the Commu Communist
nist Communist mainland.
It was the third It aerial bat battle
tle battle in the Formosa Straits since
the Reds moved in n entimat.
ed 250 supersonic Mif -17s into
five coastal airdromes last
month.
The Communists shot 'down two
Nationalist F-8 Thunder.iets July
29 and jNatiornerlist Sabres downed
two
and possihlv three Mi"? A"'
14. She .Nationalists said two
seoarte Communist invasion at
temDts were reoulsed today in a
oe.'5s of sea hat'les that raced
for many hours in the waters
sc'h of Quemoy.
Two Communist motnr torpedo
boats were reported punk anotV"
"prnbablv" sunV andffve damagtd.
Th Nationalists teiel rKsw
one hosoitel sltfo. landing
erat viVAr ntr' he batie
area by chance wWIe evacuat-
inn woimioV' tA eormiSj. A
secon'' hos.oital LCI was orJ orJ-Jom
Jom orJ-Jom but survlw' and was be.
in towed to safety.
Despite the
heavy;' casualties.
moog the Quemov defenders, the
U.S. Army announced the 21 offi
cers and men there of the U. S,
advisory group were safe, si
.though noro hw noo Commo Commo-!
! Commo-! n'st artillery shells blanketed the:
I Qumoy area.
Tne NatTonansts itrw a ma malar
lar malar invasion atfomnt of Quemoy
island itself was imminent and
hin'eH thew m!h bomb the
Chinese maiiland in rataliation.
The Nationalist defense mlrlisirv
said the Communist invasion -at
tempts' were aimed at Tungti"
the southernmost island of
Qiitmoy group, 18 miles south
the
Big Puemo'J and Is mile off the
mainland. It is about 125 miles
west o" Formn'.
Tun gting itself is a tiny, roe' roe'-hound
hound roe'-hound island la's than half a mile
in diameter and occupied ontv
. i;kH,., n....,ni.i..

a handful o' Nationalist -softie- the Committee for Security at Sea Wallace was associated w
In Communist hands it woujd At the moment, Boergen pomtcrt, Harry T. Lacy in a company, Re
contol the sea pproaches to ttie'out, scientists know that terrih!rmolcadora Panama, Jvhich ow.i
Nationalist bases in the Quemoy j accidents may occur hut nothing the tugboat Grenarlir Standard
conolex. -ft known about measures to avo j Oil claims that the; $8,472,85

The battle for Tunctins irunled
into a sme of' tnree nvl en engagements,
gagements, engagements, 'he lst of which last lasted
ed lasted until earivthis mnrnin" mnri
than AV hours of continuous fieht
in" in one of the hevit
engagements fought in tne Strait I
o'nw.-
The figmine started When Na-
t'onalist vsel intercentH fo;;r
Communist gunboats and six land
me barges around 8 n.m yesto.r .;
day as the Beds moved in under
cover n d'rknoss. The Ntion;i Ntion;i-H.ts
H.ts Ntion;i-H.ts Said this fleet was dispers dispersed.
ed. dispersed. An .hour later the Nationalist?
InteceotH a secon'' mvlnn fleet
of five more eungoats and SO mo motor
tor motor iimks and drove them off.
1 Severn Communist vessels
were sunk end "many" orison orison-ers
ers orison-ers re captured, the Nutior Nutior-lists
lists Nutior-lists said.
Shortly alter midnight the Com.
mttnistft hurled a wave of mn'or
toroedo boats at th Nationalist
I navy and a sea battle lasted for
four hours and so minutes.
$100
Aura Elena Looez, Panama
nian. was fined .MOO by Judge
iToren B. HilMntfer at Balboa

Fighters

Migs today ovetfQuemoy is
attempts by the Reds to
with thousand of shells
gunfire frorrtthe nearby
or wounded more than 429
i i in'
Pentagon Orders
Normal Measures
For 7th Fleet
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The Defense Department has or ordered
dered ordered the U. S. Seventh Fleet t
take "normal prcautionary de defensive
fensive defensive measures" in the face o
Red China's stepped-up mov.
near the Natienalist-held Quemoy
Islands. X v
A Navy spokesman announced
directive last night- without speL
ling out what ttm "atemal" mea
sures involved. He said the order
also applied to all other American
naval units in the Far East.
A high State Department of official
ficial official meantime predicted tnat
the Chinese Communists would
heed Secretary of State Jonn
Foster Dulles' warning against
any attempts to ize the Que Quemoy
moy Quemoy or Matsu islands off the A A-aian
aian A-aian mainland. D'dtes said Sa Saturday
turday Saturday any such effort would be
a threat to "the peace of the
area."
The Seventh Fleet is built around
four aircraft carriers, five cruiser
and 36 destroyers, according to a
recent Navy report. '
The U 8. 'Air Force's Strategic
Air Command has bases lit a u,
mosa, Okinawa, Korea, Japan and
tne Philippines. 1
Danish Paper Calls
For World Talks
On A-Safelv Al Sea
COPENHAGEN (UPI) An in.
ternational. conference to ...discuss
security at sea in view of the fu future
ture future role of nuclear powered ves
sels in merchant fleets has ben
called., for the soring of 1960, tne,
Copenhagen newspaper "Boersen
said umay.
The chairman of the executive
committee of the Danish Atomic
Energy Commission, H. W. Koch,
confirmed that the Danish AKt
had received such an invitation
from the British government
whirh handles the Secretariat of
catastrophles.
Rnersen stressed the leading
Danish shipping men. both shin-
owners and builders, had geen in
formed about the Danish AEC to
, i1 cancel the visit o' the U. S. nuclear!
submarine Skate and that they had
nothing to say firai"t it.
",Ui" ""'-
ridiculed the decision of the gov.
j eminent to cancel Skate s v;bu.
poersen ain in on
'It ir'easy vo laugn av uie K'"
ernment which first welcomed the
visit and then in great hasta cn
celed it. We however have more
remect for the prime minister wh'i
said: 'I do not want to be brave
because ef lack of knowledge'.
David Markun Acts
A$ PG Counsel:
Bent On Vacation
Paul A; Bentz, General Coun Counsel
sel Counsel for the Panama Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, sailed Saturday aboard
the S Ancon for a siit-week
Hcation in the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. Benta will apend
their vacation In the New York
ifn and in Cciorado. Tney ex expect
pect expect to r?'uun to the Canal
early tn Cctober.
During B'i:t.'-.', ahse ne D:i D:i-vid
vid D:i-vid J. Markun u actinit as Gen
eral Counsel.

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SLASHES THREE Surprised

a Home in pueblo Nuevo, Jpaui omeSSOtti wnue i
m ta iiiby a'NStttrfiar Gaardsmah who caDtured him 'altei

a chase during which Gomez slashed three plrsois who- teied
to stop him. Wleldpig a long knife, which he finally threw
away before he was caugte, Gomez slashed Antonio Arguelles
across the ribs and ran when the latter surprised him in the
act of burglary, pastor Rfimero, a National Guard employe,
was cut across the left breast and on a finger and Judith Za Zapata,
pata, Zapata, a student, was slashed on the right forearm while try trying
ing trying to stop Gomez, from getting away. Gomez finally threw
away the knife in his flight tdtyards Rio Abajo before he was
was caught by the National Guardsman, abve.s

Pilot s Award For
Be Attached For
Former Panama Canal pilot A A-olan
olan A-olan S. Wallace is being sued by
Standard Oil, for $8,472.85
whihch. it claims his now defund
company owed it for fuel and
libricants supplied mm tugboat.
The U. S. District iCourt at An An-con
con An-con has been unabte'to serve
summons on Wallace, personally
and is no.w serving "we summon,
by newspaper publication.
But if he fails to aswwer it ? ?-Oct.
Oct. ?-Oct. 24, Standard Oll'iwill be a
warded the damages It asks for
and it is liable to get' the money.
ine Panama canal uompai
owes Wallace a consderahle
sum
i ,(f money in unpaid travel
ianu inner i ompensauons, since
the District Court case during
j which Pan Canal pilots were a
warded back overtime. The IV
has issued a writ of attachment
U gainst this money on behalf t
'standard Oil.
own ng lor inei ann on suppi.ea
i to this craft in 1955 and 1956
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nor oik Vs.,
1 Kingston, Jamaica, New Orleans,
Louisiana and Cristobal.
The tugboat was liter sold i'r
Mexico and the company became
; insolvent.-
An action was n-t$naHy
jointly against Wallace and I
filed
The case against Wallace was
dismissed and a separate case
was filed against mtn after the
court announced its decision or
the hackoav nwrrt to pilots.
Wallace is believed-to be livir
PanAm Brings

NEW YORK (UPIKPan Amer j All of the passengers were
ican world airways completed tho guests. The argo as the only pav
nation's first commercial jet oner- load. Pan American will ge limit limitation
ation limitation yesterday witfl the arrival at ed to cargo flights for at tea:,
Idlewild International Airport of a 30 days of "shakedown" opera opera-sleek
sleek opera-sleek 575-mile pet hour swept-itions.

wing sky giant carrying a cargo
of dungarees and dolls from
Puerto Rico.
A crew of five and 33 Pan
American and Boding Aviation
Company officials were aboard the
four jet civilian cougterpart o" the
Ah- Force's KC135, tanker plane
when it whistled down from a
clear blue skv to a'jamoolh land.

ing at 9:25 a.m., ft hours and 24 er service
minutes after leaving San Juau.aeven-)our

while attempting to burglarize

Back Overtime May
Tugboat's Oil BUI
in San Jose, Costa Rica, at the
present time.
An action against Lacy for a
largo sum of money which Su.
dard Oil claims they are owned
by him is still pending.
Hurricane Daisy
Grows Up; Doesn't
Threaten Florida
MIAMI Aug. 25 (UPI) The
pical storm Daisy today generat generated
ed generated into a full-blown hurricane wuh
winds of 85 mph.
The weather bureau emphasized
that Daisy "Does not appear to
offer any serious threat to tn
Florida, Georgia and South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina coasts but all interests u u-these
these u-these areas and on the North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina coast should keep in torn
with all future advisories until
recurvature northward is estabhaii.
ed."
At 11 a.m. a reconnaisance re
port said Daisy was almost stand standing
ing standing still. The disturbance w
centered at Latitude 26.7 noit'i
and Longitude 75.5 west or abo
280 miles east of Palm IBeach.
This Was almost the same
the stoTm7 was in at 5 a.m.
During the morning hours, D-J
jsy built up i'" ni"ch from 55
mph winds to 80 mph gusts an
30 miles out from the center. This
was on the eastern side of the -)
posite from the Florida coast.
Gale winds reached out west-
ward to within 200 miles of Flor.
ids.

First Commercial Jet Flight

Yesterday's flight completed On
oneration that began at Miami
Fla., Saturday, when the light blue
and cream-colored Boeing 707 lno.
off ,with a cargo V flowers, pal pal-tries
tries pal-tries and other U. S. products lor
San Juan. That rip took 2 hours
and 21 minutes.
Pan American hopes to begin
transatlantic commercial paaseng-
around Nov. 1, wltH
service between New

Funds Voted
For New CZ
Sewage Plant

Subject to President Eisen
hower's signature, Congress has
given USARCARIB $1,060,000,
and the Army proposes to hand
the sum right over to the Pe.i Pe.i-ama
ama Pe.i-ama Canal Company to build a
sewer.
Congress OK'd the appropria appropriation
tion appropriation before adjourning at the
weekend, and sent it on to the
White House for Eisenhower's
signature.
A joint USARCARIB-Panama
Canal statement today said
that as soon as the funds be become
come become available, work would be
Initiated on the Balboa sewage
treatment plant, and work
vou!d continue on the sewage
collection system at Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, Fort Clayton. Corjzal and
the 15th Naval District.
Congress also OK's t,540,OCi
for the Air ?ori.e on thi Canal
Zone.
Caribbean A't Command
headauaners ?aid today mat no
official word Had been -e-eived
of the funds being avail ible.
The Air Force has plans to
improve the runway, taxiway
and aprons at Howard Field,
but a spokesman said today
that acoording to present plan planning
ning planning more than $1,540,000 will
De neeaed to properly .ses
ara Field
lng Air Fbn
CZ Detectives
Holding Property
Stolen
Canal Zone detfetives in Ba'boa
are trying to trace the owners ot
property which has come into
their hands and Js believed stol stolen.
en. stolen. On Saturday, a man was &r
rested and amojig the proper.
found on his person
was a pawn,
ticket. Detectives Tedeemed the ar
ticl pawned and.founri it to be a
gold class ring bearing the in
tials R.A.
In the area in Curundu when
the arrest was made, they also
found a tire and wheel which ajj
pear to be off a pick-up truck n
scissors.type japk and a cane
car-seat.
Anyone who believes they own
this property can identify it a
Balboa Police Station.
Eisenhowers Plan
To Start Vacation
Soon In Newport
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UPH (UPH-President
President (UPH-President and Mrs. Eisenhowt -r
plan tentatively to fly to Newport
R. I. Thursday or Friday for their
vacation, the White House said to today.
day. today. They vacationed at the same
site last fall.
White House Press secretary
Jams C. Hocertv said he had nn

torsure

:e installation '' ort.frr .n be

idea how long the vacation would! The Council said "absolutely
last. He said that depended ontnone" of the predicted iatalit"
domestic and foreign develo'pments. 1 need be recorded "if every driv.
The Eisenhowers will live mjer woulu observe thr simpii
quarters one at Port Adams a rules."
cross Newport Hargor from na-1 Ned II. Deargorn, President r
val base headquarters on Coasters the Safety Council, said 45 mil mil-Harbor
Harbor mil-Harbor Island. ;lion cars will take to the stre
The President's vacation resiJand highways for summer's last

dence is agout two minutes from
the golf rourse
Last yer, the President ann
first lady lived ihMhe quarters of
he Base Commandant across .hi
bay.
York and Paris. American Air Airlines
lines Airlines will make the nation's first
domestic jet passenger flights
around Jan. 1, between New York
and Los Angeles.
A four-enjine British de Havil Havil-land
land Havil-land somet jet landed at Idlewild
Aug. 10 and a twin-engine French
Caravelle jet visited the airport
about a year ago. Neither has
started commercial operations out
of the airport, however.
The main reason for the Pan
American flight to Idlewild yester yesterday
day yesterday was to launch a series of noise
tests to determine whether sound
suppressors mminlcil on the let
engines have toned down the jet

1190 US-rate Kids
Now Eligible; Noon

Service Limited

Free school transportation will be provided in the
Canal Zone this year for approximately 1190 boys and
girls who will be attending the Canal Zone United States
Schools, which open on Sept. 3, it has been estimated by
the Division of Schools.
This Is an increase of more than 300 over the num number
ber number of students given free school transportation last year,
and is in addition to the free service provided for 471
students enrolled in the Canal Zone Latin American
schools.
According to a general policy which is being realized
for the first time this year, free school bus service is pro pro-vided
vided pro-vided for Canal Zone students who either live in districts
where there are no appropriate school facilities or for
those students whose homes are not within reasonable
walking distance of the assigned school.

Transportation regardless of dis
tance is proyided klndergaru
children who live in certain areas
where there are pronounced traf
fic and other hazards. These
as include Ancon, Balboa, am.
provided
year only from home to school
in the morning and from school
to hem in the afternoon except
for children in grade one
through six who reside in town
where there are no school faci facilities.
lities. facilities. Los Rios is an example of such
a townsite.
Free transportation will be avail.
able for school children who are
Kindergarten children residing
in Ancon, Sosa Place, San Jin'
Place, Old Corral Area, and Bal
goa Heights to Ancon from Bal
boa area to La Boca; from Los
Rios to Diablo Heights; from Oli
Cristogal to South Margarita;
from Ooethals Blvd. and the Pen
itentiary Area to Gamboa; from
Coco Solo townsite to Coco Sol;
and from France Field to Coco
Solo.
Pupils in grades one
six residing In Sosa Place,
Juan Place, and Old Corral area
outside the Ancon school dist
to Balboa; from Los Rios to Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights; Old Cristobal i
South Margarita; Williamon
US Safety Council
Predicts 420 Deaths
!n Labor Day Holiday
CHICAGO, Aug. 25 (UPI) The
National Safety Council warned to
day that a "frantic last fling at
summer" may lure 420 persn
to their deaths on the nation's
hishwavs during the Labor Day

weekend. Tne big, gentle, good natured
It said "cold statistics" indicatj man disappeared while driving t
that 12.000 other persons may i the Methodist medical mission of
suffer disabling injuries in ace Les Quadhias from Fort National
dents between 6 p.m. Friday r.ndland Algiers. His permanent post

midnight Monday
i big holiday
, "e ?u,nc.u s esllmae
traffic fatalities compared with i
record Labor Day weekend toll of i
453 in 1951. Last year 443 o;i
sons died in the 78 hour period.
Into Idlewild
shriek enocgh to enable operations
that do not annoy residents of the
airport area.
The Port of New York Authority
has imposed strict noise reguia
tions on airlines. If jets do not
measure up to the Port Authority
standards, they may not use the
New York area airports, whici
the port authority operates.
A Boeing spokesman said the
plane, Which can carry up to 165
persons, had visited a dozen cities
without receiving any noise com-
olaints. Among the ties were
plaints. Among the cities were
City and Vancouver, B. C, he
said,

Place, Empire Street, Amador
Road and Gavilan Area to Hal.

boa; Penitentiary Area and Goe
tthals Bid. to Gamboa: and
France Field, to Coco Solo,
orral A-
rea, and Gamboa to Balboa,
from Gaturi, Margarita, Brazos
Heights, Coco Solo and Old i,.t.
tobal to Cristobal: from Dubl
Heights and Los Rios to Balboa!
from Williamson Place, Empire
Street, Amador Road, and Gav.-
Ian Area to Balboa: and Fni-e
Field to Cristobal,
But identification tickets will be
available from the principals I
the various schools at the time ol
registration or any time belora
the opening of schools.
French Press Hunt
For US Missionary
In Algerian Villages
ALGIERS (UPI) French sol soldiers
diers soldiers risked ambush at every turn
to comb sheep meadows, oUe
groves and mountaintop villages
yesterday for an American mis
sionary believed to have been kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped by nationalist rebels, possi possibly
bly possibly to care for their wounded.
The only trace found so far of
Lester Edgar Griffith Jr., 34, son
of Mrs. Lester Griffith Sr., Cleve.
land, Ohio, was the charred re
mains of the station wagon in
which he had driven carelessly
over the rebel-dominated country
side despite the Algerian strife.
Authorities believed Griffith was
alive, possibly being held in a
cave to tend rebel wounded.
has been at Fort National, but hi
went to Les Quadhias during an another
other another missionary's vacation and
was on his way home to his blonde
wife and their three children when
he apparently was seized last Mon Monday.
day. Monday. His French built station wsgfi
was found Tuesday gy FrencS
troons Althniioh fho nir mitit
. burned, there were no bullet hole
or j of truM
The region in which Griffith dls
appeared is about 60 miles east of
Algiers, but never has been paci pacified
fied pacified Griffith never was distrubed
at the thought of possible attacks
when he drove over the area, j
The missionary's wife and chil children
dren children .Valerie, 11, Forrest, 10, snd
Eric, 3, were taken from Let
Quadhias to the Methodist church
at El Biaer, an Algiers sub suburb,
urb, suburb, to await word of Griffith's
fate.
;
"Despite the insecurity of the
region, he drove everywhere unej unej-cor
cor unej-cor ted," his wife said. 'Everybody
knew him. He was a sort of bridft
between the Moslems and tn
French. I am sure nobody would
want to nun mm
"We are praying for him, all of
us. I am confident he will be back
with us soon."

jfe liiMnfit' mm,



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HOUSING PRIORITIES
Ms

-"Here are two comments about items that appeared in the
ThTpSesSnU from Buffalo, N-Y., visiting Gover
rZ Potter- Short and pedal pushers have their place for certain
nor Potter onori, u visit to the highest authori-

occasions anu piaca, uu v -
73 tv,. Ton- at his office. Is not one-of these.

several children, one or as they

gf Tofin DTortheToy of some" in this other privileged
claim) or in Diablo, lor tne joy Qr they put a

group. H ms XhMOiU directors or to the Health Depart-

,WhytdwhomTj ''-"l complaint
-ions, to whom R.J. right ry cai arrangement be

RlSwUhTh7Hou ing Division to solve their problem? All
"iTon. "demolrac?" f not, these other employes should not
eSrunLJ hey possess a real loud voice and a
Womlse from their bosses to make it heara. R

BUTTERFLY PROBLEMS

Sir:

I hate to interrupt the interesting, if not edifyg letters
came to my attention a Peculiar M W beautiful, gossamer
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mo article on these butterflies,, he (or i fVed tha JS
w.t,V toSere thev came from nor where in the devil they were
ffiad I would Srecrate any information any of your many
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irfllel- anv factual information, or knowledge as to where
SSsf bu tertlL orginate, and where they eventually end up
ftPr tiosslbly thousands of milles of migration,
unttl'my sighting the Panamanian brand of lepidoptera, I
knew of only thfee other types of butterflies that migrated L The
Monarch, the dog-face sulphur, and a species of the Jart Indies.

PROPAGANDA AND PERFORMANCE
Sir:
; .ah these pictures of Central Exchange employes receiving
certificates for loyal service, and all the talk about promotion,
SffihS but a big show that really means nothing to the poor,
Sd employes who have undergone two and a half years
orScertalntyPand who have lately been relegated to a lower
Saiiory by downgrading fo their job descriptions. Over the
Jews, many men with long and loyl aservice have been got rit
tf!ThmKeerin authority should be reminded that the days of
rlossing over those harsh deeds with publicity of the sort I have
mentioned are gone. These days the demand is for Justice and
equality, regardless of race or nationality. Working in the Cen Central
tral Central Exchange one can sense a pressure being exerted on Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians and foreigners, and on some honest Americans who re regent
gent regent the practice of the old-fashioned ideology that Americans
are some sort of superior beings.
This unsatisfactory way of thought also appears to be
creeping Into the Navy Exchange.
I would urge officials and the public not to be deceived by
the propaganda the award photos and the unfulfilled prom prom-lfcss
lfcss prom-lfcss of promotion while jobi are being downgraded every day.
Was There

FRAGRANCE OF FOOD
Sir:
It la Interesting to speculate what kind of a man is Diner
(Mall Box, Aug. 19i whose sensitive nostrils twitch in horror at
the amell of frying food when he enters the coffee shop at the
El Panama Hilton Hotel. I would diagnose this man's ailment
as ulcers, dyspepsia and acute dysperitalsls coupled with acid
indigestion and aggravated by heartburn with possibly a history
of flatulence.
No wonder then that his whole system revolts at the ghastly
and overpowering smell of a fried egg. As somebody once said:
"It la quite in vain for a man to eat so that he is dlspeptlc and
attempt to live in a state Of grace."
Nevertheless while regarding this man with great compas compassion
sion compassion and realizing that he is not living In a state of grace as
far as his stomach is concerned, I do not think he ought to
apoil for the rest of us what I consider one of the beautiful
blessings of eating, one of the finer points of gastronomy the
wnclllng of food before it actually reaches the watering palate.
But, as Hugo said: ''Indigestion is charged with preaching
morality to stomachs." This "Diner" would preach to us that
when we enter an eating house, our nostrils should be assailed
With the .smell of violets, possibly with a touch of disinfectant
n case some of the violets are on the point of decomposing.
Consider a traveller in the days of yore, sighting a gabled
Ian at dusk, apurring hla horae to a final effort through the
acuddlng rain towards the lights of the latticed windows. He
arrives chilled and dirty tired and moreover, hungry.
The landlord, foaming tankard in hand greets him at the
door and uabere, him into a bright warm bar-parlour with a
log fire blazing in the chimney corner and smoked hams hang hanging
ing hanging -from low oak beams.
,, And what does the traveller amell? Violets? No, of course
be Aoesn't. He smells food. LAahlnga of greasy alzzllng venison
roaslng on the spit and he Is grateful. The taste-buds under his
tongue spurt showers of saliva and he cannot wait to eat.
Why, the amell of food, air, is often better than the food lt lt-elf
elf lt-elf If I am offered as an aperatif a dry martini or a good
Whiff of frying bacon, eggs, aausages, tomatoes, mushrooms
, 81r, I cannot go further with this letter. Even the thought
la tc-o much for me, let alone the smell

Gourmet

By VICTOR RIISEL
PnMTT- U'hprpvpp I've Aarrh-

pH mi. ihp iinrtprumrlrl ('vi .mind

it rn.pvisiino rpal comrade like.

with the Communist undercover

world.

This is true in New Y.b-V 1

found it so in Paris. Ther espe especially
cially especially in the Algerian "Casbah"
aections, the Communists actually
print execution notices for the
mob killers who knock off three
or four workers daily when they
refuse to be shaken down. The
mobs post these notices and thus
terrorize the half million Algerian
working Joes into paying a little
more a little faster.
And when in Rome, I found that
the Communists do what their
comrades elsewhere do. They us
the underworld as part of their
political terror apparat. They do
a turn for the thugs and the
thugs always are ready to roll in into
to into the streets for their friends.
This is a vital story npw glob globally
ally globally vital. Especially to anyone in interested
terested interested in our young soldiers'
making it safely in and out o' the
Near East.
Such Italian ports as Naples and
Genoa are transhipment and sup supply
ply supply points for our boys and their
equipment.
Weeks ago, word was flashed
from Moscow to the powerful
Communist Party here to hit the
bricks with a series of demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations to stir up the populace and
whip up a demand for the closing
of these ports to American troops.
The kick-off demonstration got to
within a few hundred yards of our
Embassy. Sort of a stone's throw
away. And that's no figure o'
Speech. The pnfin in that prnmH

had some knucklehead size rocks.
The carabinieri broke it up. The
Minister of Interior Kionnr

nando Tambroni, had the secret
police do some sleuthing. A few
days later, the Minister said:

...people with long and well
known police and criminal records
participated in the demonstration
organized by the Communist Par Party
ty Party on July 17 and (were headed
by the (Italian! Perlia

treme left. These people's records

"tic nut 01 nonorame (court pri prison)
son) prison) sentences inflicted for their
participation in past demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations for peace and liberty, as (the
Communist Party paper) L'Unita
had claimed."
Signor Tambroni said that the
demonstrators' police retords were
a list of common crimes. "They
are professional

- VHMCIll.
offenders, convicted robbers and

imeves, aespieable exploiters of
women from the r-i lire cliitvtm

Muritly tftl the Communisu'were

using wrote slavers and muscle
men a the hard core n the anti anti-American
American anti-American demonstrators.
The Minister who is the nation national
al national police chief, in effect, was not
lust SDittincr nut nnlitixal jk,.

He had before him the names and
prison and police documents of
those arrested or identified. And

wnn tnem were Communist num numbers
bers numbers of the Italian Congress.
This is no cod.i and mhhor do

ry I gather from a briefing by

nmuassaaor iieroach. The Com Communist
munist Communist Party has used night rid riders,
ers, riders, house burners, machine gun
squads and killers with pistols and
iron bars. Thev used th nnnoi.

world as well as their own strong

arm cadres as far back as 1946.
A that time thev ?lnndinrl im

some sectors of the Red belt so
throughly that one area is still
known as the "The Trionsl. t

Death." Priests, mayors and lead.

ers or toe opposition parties were
taken for rides or simnlv ent Hnwn

on public streets by squads carry carrying
ing carrying crowbars. In some instances,

aueeis were mocked off and ac activists
tivists activists sent into the

positionists for a quick muscle, or

ounieiimes kuime. inh

There IS Hf) SPIISa nrintinrr in lUi.

space the list I have before me of 1
men destroyed by Communist ac-l

"I'll SGUaas. More mnnrli.l

the reasons for the Communists'

ucuision io nrutaiize them. One
victim was mayhemed for writ writing
ing writing a letter, critical of the Com Communists,
munists, Communists, to a Ineal nr 1 iL.

. i hi 7 miuin miuin-er
er miuin-er was killed simnly hpr-ause he
was a "good cop" and tried t
keep order. Doctors were destroy destroyed
ed destroyed for ministering to anti-Commu
nists in the Red districts.
There were more men killed or

7 y oraer of the Mosco Mosco-vites
vites Mosco-vites than by the Ma ia in Italy
Jl all Quieted during ii.

two years. Now if, rolling again!

, ""lung or July 20, for
example. Nnn n.i. ..:

CLf1 J,.home- On the walk i

merican alnntan m;

I. -- -". iiuu, inougn 26
'W'" in Limidi dl

nr strLt 1 want his home
or street pr town fouled. He cot
some whitewash. As he nainf.rt
Sft J fiveK
is our friend lyrW'tn clubs' Mi"
muscl, in the ,Vor,d U
enough people hear the crfi of
Pain from men like him.
CBS BUYS LAND
NEW YORK (UPI) CBS tab tab-oratories
oratories tab-oratories Division of Columbia
Broadcastinc SvaUm r

nounced it hat arranged to buy 12

aaaiuonai acres adjoining its new
research center in SramfarH

Conn, from Westpok Mill Land
Co. or an undisposed nrlee Th

headquarters of the division will

oe snifted from New York to
Stamford upon completion of the1
center this fall, accordinf to Peter

C. Goldmark. division nraaident

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

h.miiyWasMINGTON
Merry-Go-Round

y DIIW I At SON

WHAT'S NEXT?: Next meeting
of the Mafia in Windsor, Canada.
(Away from prying eyes? But not
mine.). .Next headline: The Ru-

birosas. (Please, not again.)

It's How The Seltzer Sizzles: Ro Rocky
cky Rocky Marciano switched from cau cauliflower
liflower cauliflower to canaries, and is now
managing singer Lorriane Nyman,
a talented miss who looks like an another
other another champ (I gave her one of
her first woo woos). . Letter
from Joe E. Lewis: "I hear they
want me to star in a new version
of 'The Lost Weeked.' But they
can't find me". .Hope Hampton
and Bey Ferdinand Kamakam
continue to keep the Harwyn Club
match makers guessing, but I
bet you blonde Hope will never
ilVe ttp"her millions of the tingle
i etafel 1 .Tony Curtis' discovered
ht hat a strange allergy during
the filming of "ome Like it Hot,'"
where he wears .emale clothes and
make up. Developed a rash and
swollen eyelids and the medicos
said he was allergic to dames'
make up. So don't wear it :iy
more, Tony boy even when mak making
ing making a film in drag. .Whenever
I see ghoulish cartoonist Charles
Addams dining at Luchow't he's
eating goulash. What else?

meo Salta'i doorman dashed out
in the rain to tnag a hack lor
Greg Peck and the Missus, and
got stif.ed. .Dean Jennings savs
Mickey (The Louse) Cohen's law lawyers
yers lawyers are bothering him over the
upcoming Sat Eve Post serial. .
Ben Gage, Esther Williams' ex,
getting around but big with Paula
Hill. .Joyce Jamison, of the Spike
Jones show, and Columbia's Ro

bert Vaughn are about to be spik spik-Arthur
Arthur spik-Arthur Murray's next overseas
ed, or so say the press agents. .
branch will be in Tokyo (for Noh
dancing?) Kathryn Murray de
fines a wolf as tall, dark and
hands.

A Sputnik Stops (But wot me):
It occurred to me that the Edison
Hotel's Green Room is one of the
most convenient spots for denizers
of Times Square to hold hands
when I saw lovely Jeanne Bal (ex
Sid Caesar show ,ahd writer Ben
Grauman. .Look like my Cuban
friend Mario Aguero has a gold goldmine
mine goldmine with the Roberto Iglesias
danc ers. Has 'em booked solid.
They're just the greatest, ,Tle
vate channel for Churlr

producer of the Dick Clark show,
and TV eyeful Joan Van Pelt. J
Everyone gets linked with Joe Di-1
Maggio (whom you seldon see

wun a oaoe) so this is new kind
of item unlinking him with Made Madeleine
leine Madeleine Coubro, the preUy Canadian
model who's now doing the East
Side spo's with TV exec Nick
Bjorn, the former dancer. .Wis .Wisdom
dom .Wisdom of a White Way Wench: Nev Never
er Never give a sucKer a break unless
he s broke. Then give him the
break away.

This I Can Do (But so can you):
Beverly Paterno, erstwhile society
singer, W having the misery 'be 'because
cause 'because heY 22irV5ir old society sing singer
er singer son Pat. is too addicted tn Ma

rian Schafer. the model who oner-

toyed with Bruce Cabot. )Now
wait. This is getting too complic complicated
ated complicated for me.). .1 wish these co
lumn characters would get their
love lives, straightened put. To Today's
day's Today's Ted (ex Mr. Hedy Lamarr)
Stauffer item concerns brune.te
Ann Kirk, a six foot glamazon, who
looked more than a body guard
on the two consecutive occasions
they visited the Roundtable. A A-cording
cording A-cording to Lou Parker's Betly
Kean, too many Brando disciples
have Stardust in their eyes and
sawdust in their heads. (Marlon,
too?). ;A shoo in for former
State Senator Seymour Halpern to
knocko ff the Queens congression congressional
al congressional seat being vacated by Henry
Latham ior a judgeship. S is one
of Gotham's biggest vote getters
regardless of party and one of its
most popular citizens and how-ar
you Congressman?. .Hear about
the doe that fluffed off a s'ag be because
cause because he had buck teeth? (There
should be a seson on this, too

dors and lobbies ta her own wing,
so she phoneu the service des lor
a ciiecK-out and two innocent bell
hops came up to the room witn
the luggage truck. Then they ask
ea .or tne baggage, Daggie said
"Here I am." ane borrowed three
pillows, spreau herself out on
them, and then in regal splendor
had her.elf and her considerable
attributes wheeled to her own
room. .Phil "Bamnm" r.n.

j-wald is busy rehearsing for his
Dart nn the tin: Hill oi,, u:-u

I--- -- ---- o. 'nv iJUUIT, WHICH
J?hil Silvers hired him for afr
watching him emcee, and now
Arthur Wnajrick and Ray Parker
aie vomeustiiat; $ Vb.il click and
becomes a big star, he'll want too
much monev tn nlau hie r.i.kiii

home.

This Ain't My Racket Either:
Tommy Sands likes to make har harmony
mony harmony with Las Vegas showgal Dot Dotty
ty Dotty Harmony. .Earl Holliman and
Dolores Hart must be serious. She
goes over to Paramount almost ev every
ery every day to have lunch with him
(Or maybe fhe just likes the cook cooking.).
ing.). cooking.). .The Rich Get Richer: Ro-

The Biz There's No Biz Like:
This Dagmar is just as much a
howl of! stage as he is on, and
if I hadn't seen this up at the Con Concord
cord Concord I wouldn't have believed it
happened, but then if you haven't
seen the Concord you can't believe
it happened either. .Daggie was
buzzing it up at a party that last lasted
ed lasted until five or six. When it was
over, she decided she didn't have
the strength to walk the quarter
mile or more through the corri-

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M or, nner of the Kama- w .t

ways happy to write riice things
about Louis Prima and hit wife
Keely Smith because the more
money they make, the more his
first wife, Alma Ross makes.
That s in the divorce decree. For
the first time it almost ever hap happened
pened happened all three of the wonderful
McGuire Sisters were together
with all three of the men in
their lives, at Billy Reeds' wond wonder
er wonder ul little Little Club. .Palisades
Park ordering a giant telescope
just in case some one makes it.
A reader wants to know when I'm
writing "Outer Space ConfidenU
al.'' But I already wrote "Mars
Confidential", for Amazing Stories
five years aga. ..Reason Dick Sa Sa-vittlost
vittlost Sa-vittlost the exhibition tennis match
to Ham Richardson could have
been Anna Sohn, the beauteous
German model. . Exotic danc dancer
er dancer Rita Grahle who

tically everything, only uses show
tunes in her act.
Ground Floor (Bargain basement
next( : Bill Bendix's daughter Lor Lorraine
raine Lorraine is ge'ting around witi Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hayes and my how time -flies..
Selene Walters' latest is British
TV exec Pe er Moore. .Teddy
Howard wires that the reason he'i
leaving for Paris is that John Pe Pe-rona's
rona's Pe-rona's El Morocco vacations next
week. But the real reason he's go
ing is to ccouire Eden Roc on the
French Riviera for the Miami
Beach Eden Roc's Hrry Mufson..
Big Payoff's. Bob Paige s-ears he
heard a cop insisting there's no
gambling in New York. "I'll give
you three-to one there ain't," he
said.
Confession of a Candid Cutie:
Smart drls nlav harA ( r. ......

IIV VAO .,rW:t L 1

uuui ne asits.

Soon. . but VERY SOON
at

I c. . jay!, -" r, Tr1.-
The long-waited S A L E

With their invention, steam steamships
ships steamships did not immediately re replace
place replace tailing vet tela, The
rivalry between steam and
tail lasted nearly 100 years.
Sailing thips had one big ad advantage
vantage advantage over steamer. A
steam engine needs big boilers
and, at first, a very bulky fuel
coal. Steamships could not
mata long passages without
carrying to much fuel that
there was little room for
the carrying of freight.
ft KncyclODfdla Briunnlca

WASHINGTON Th?"hahd has

now hpf'Omp nnipker.liiui,- ivo iivd

in lobbying before Congress. That's
the tactic adopted by the U. S.
Cuamber of Commerce in secret secretly
ly secretly lofgying against' parage of the
Kenue ives, taor morni Lull.
Most Congressmen don't know
that the flood of letters they are
receiving agahut the bill comes
inHircnttir ff-rm Ik. TT C L. U

...uuvvmj iiuiu LUC U. O. VIldlHWIjl

oi commerce.

Those Who Sit in the marhlo

halls of the U. S. Chamber, just

across ijaiayette Fark rom the
White House, don': want it known
that thev Qt-P fmr.vnrl I .. U

Mv -w o wyuotu wu iduur re-1
(n-r. Th, I- I m

iwiu. iucj nt. v c ueea louaiy en endorsing
dorsing endorsing the Senate investigation of
labor racketeerine. Therefore it

would look bad to oppose a bill

aimea at cleaning up racketeer

ing.

Just the same thev want tn Hp. 1

- v v uv

ieai ine Kennedy-lvej bill, largely

Because n wouia require business
to report all money above $5,000
spent on labor relations and they
would not be able to hire.

secret ODeratnrs as Nathan Shpf.

ferman who showered Dave Beck

witn expensive shirts and handker
chiefs and got pretty much what
he Wanted OUt of the Tea meters

So the U. S. Chamber has used
the "hand-is quicker than-the-eyej

lecnnique in pressuring Congressr
men. Here is a confidential worfe-

-ueei-ietier witn instructions on
contacting Congressmen to vote
against the labor reform hill.
The letter, written hu Hi I pk.

ic Relations Society of America,

jrajn avenue, mew York, a working
ally of the- U. S. Chamber of num.

rnerc, is not supposed to be pub published.
lished. published. It states in part:
"Kenny Lane lost his chance to
gam the world's lightweight title
by coasting in the 15th and last
round. In other words, he 'thought
he was a cinch' and relazed his
efforts to win. It would be regret regrettable
table regrettable l: this same 'mistake was
made in connection with the
Kennedy-Ives labor bill. ."
Atached to this confidential pep
sheet are "typical examples of ef effective
fective effective activity hv

. . .. J I11CI1IUC1-
ship, including a, circular letter
"med by "W.Vl. Foreman.

iviempms, Tenn." This was sent
to all Tennessee Corff;ressmen
A simihr le"-r,. tacking the
Kennedy Ive bill is a "hoax
was sent to Rep. Albert Morano
of Connecticut by a "J. Sahfurd
bmith of New Canaan, Conn.
Thisis the type of "hoax" let letter
ter letter received by unsusneotinw cm.

prefsmen in an effect to keep the

uiifurive5 win Dotnea up in
Congressman Graham 'Barrlen's
committee, M, tfthat failed, de defeat
feat defeat it on'theHft fl$8r!
ADMIRAL RICKOVER'S
i PROMOTION
If the NaVV Hnnrn-t 4.. .1 V

,, ""y-0," KWiUQie KICK.
OVer tO VlPO irfn, .r

.- - nuuiuDi. y ou can
write it down as certain that Con Congress
gress Congress will.

Sen riintnn i ht

. uiuu puuciBuri, iew MPX-
,hfxiDc,,(!u-at' virtual!. gave
the HavA thts choice In i cie'd
door prillinn l v...

rpu"" A ii-vy secretary
Jo-nt Atomic Energy Cffrntniftee:
In fapt A.iri,. L-u

thinking about attaching a "pro "promotion'
motion' "promotion' rider for Riekoyer on the
defense appropriation bill.

ualu, was tur,0lls over
reports that Rickover-iroujd be
passed over!" by the next Navy
rro0.ion board, also over the
Wh e Houe rnub in not inviting
Rickover to a celehration of the
s.cces5ful o.ssaee of the Nautilus

at l

. t vtu nwi i j,m h n
cesry to do 'haf. Senator,'' plead pleaded
ed pleaded ?ider.''derritlg l the propos-

"V'f 'I. it" fhe No,,,, fcwfal

to keen his m-n's genln- in the
service for4 the col-. r ..,

cterr seanowcr, we do, and I doubt
that a sinple member of Cnsres
would disfee wfth mtf,' angrily
declared Anderson.
"As I recall, the Wa ,.-

nassed him over for nrrtmotion
back in 1953 and would hiiye nie nie-ceeded
ceeded nie-ceeded in retiring him than Md
-t ronrTen tni44 ni hs
promotion. We can taite action a a-gtf'n
gtf'n a-gtf'n if you force is to.'

,iates ar?ues that the Navy's
roster, o' Flag officer might 'he'

ion iimitei to retain Rickover as
a Vice Admiral.
"Weve hecrd th't before, hut
I seriously doubt that the Navy
.

can'f find room for a man witk
sueh outstainuing talents,' shot
back Anderson. "You can, ii you
strain a iit.le."
WASHINGTON PIPBLINE
A lot of. interesting money la
Dourine intn the PlnrM n.

o t- w .... ivcuiuura ivcuiuura-tic
tic ivcuiuura-tic primary campaign to try tu
hlnplr pv. Un.i.. pi...j.

......... v-ucnaiui viauue repnsr
from staging comeback. Latest
anti-Pepper con ribution is from

,11 m"k "avis, once tic d
of the Alumnmum Corporation and
o;c o. f wcM'lv" ien in A ---nca.
. For a couple of years white
ttarry Cain was in tne Senate

uom wasnington state, his wife
Hall W&y.' MarV L9uis8
Hall, battled for his affections At
one time the divorce papers even
were being made out when Mrs.
c3in stage-" a eoree!ack. Trer

ay Cain, had noreuoouiA

- fvaounurTC UliiU
euce : anu ht,. c n, u,ed ro s. m
tne Senate gallery listening to her
husband speak and saying, "Isn't
he ereat! That'

i ... .. -'"- a "J man. a re-
conciliation followed. But the o'h o'h-.i?V
.i?V o'h-.i?V .both M"- Gain and Miss
Hall lost out when the ex-Senator
married La Vonne Knei ley o" Ta.
coma, Wash. .Cain is now living
in Miami, nrnriueiho w. .l.

for a savings ?nd loan assoc'a-

t .J" ""sressman Joe
Evms of Tennessee: "Money and
tropns won't win over the Near
rue! Am.p'n. U i .. ..

tuih.Mii iueais ana uvvi
up to them wiil.t. .Aoropos of
that, the American University in
Beirut and Roberts College in Tur Turkey
key Turkey have won more friends ?r,d
influence for the USA in this a a-rea
rea a-rea than anything else.

PANAMERfCAN 4HVESTMEHT CP.,. INC.
NOTICE OF Uth ANNUAL MEfiTiNQ
OF STOCKHOLDERS
Notice is hereby piven that thq JSth. "nwrl Meeting of
the Storko'dT o pp''rer!'," 1 Thy?-rri$tt Co Tc. a
corporat'on of the Renvbltc of Prn'-""', r hr 'i'd on
the 22nd (Monriv) Af Pentcr-icr. ??fi '"'srlmpnt
Driving dub, 1215 Piedmont Avenur-, NF. Atrpnf
The Stockholders Metinr wl'l h-'d lTjeriV fol following
lowing following the dinner and will be held for the pirrpofe of:
1. ConflVminnr the pietlon of the officers of fh corpora corporation
tion corporation for the pa year.
3. Examination of (he CirooHot-.'i; i--o ,-.t,-t n
the p.pt. year and, if found to fc in ordeN atroval
thereof.
i. Tn receive and consider n renart of t)ie pcti of the
Directors. .Officers and Manpsrvpvt, of t,'-i Corpora-"
Won during the jjast vear and. If found'ti:fc9 In art'er,
to apmove such acts.
4. To enact an mendmrnt to" ih rvTAi of th Cor Cor-ooration
ooration Cor-ooration to increase to seven (7) fie rvnr' rr of Di Directors
rectors Directors of tn Cnmorr-t'o".
5. Flection of directors for the following fiscal year of
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0. To consider and act upon such other business as inav
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SGT LEONARD KILLIP receives contratulations from Col. Cecil Himes, the Atlantic Area
IrhDromlon to E-8. Killip is the veterinary NCO at Fort Gulick in charge
of fcT&Ttion SK to right are: Cipt. John Galbraith, assistant USARCARffi vet vet-,SSSSu?m
,SSSSu?m vet-,SSSSu?m Arnold I Freedman, commander, Fort Gulick; Killip; Hlmes and Lt Col. George
Batchelpr, U3ARCARIB veterinartan.(U:S. Army Photo) 'V:-

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WASHINGTON UPI) The Ifce sweeping Defense Department
weary 85th Congress, hailed as reorganization power he requested
oae of tb hardest working in and upheld him resoundingly on
historyhladed for the home poM- foreign aid and reciprocal trade
tical Wars yesterday after laboring programs.
nearly dawn to break a last-, In addition, it dealt with, prob prob-ui,i.t.
ui,i.t. prob-ui,i.t. inoiam before lems of the space age, the twin

arlinnrnine.

The OOTgrais whicn saw the
birth of a space age authorized
fiBir.ronrd soendine to meet the

challenge of Russia's sputniks, the
need for improved science educa education,
tion, education, bigger and better defense
anda host of other programs.
But there;. was no doubting, the
relief with which the congressmen
put aside t&eir legislative duties
and squared o f for the Novem November
ber November elections.
The Senate, wHJi its freewheeling
rule of debate and procedure,
was the last to uit for the year.
It finally .blasted out; of a par:
liamentary tanglf and Vice Presi President
dent President RichlW M. Nixon banged;
the J?rijj;-
But Rous members refused to
wait for their laggard colleagues.
Soeaker Sam Rayburn (Tex.) de declared
clared declared sine die adjournment it
2:01 'a.m. :Sd cheers and show.,
'er.i of tonfettl .. -R
It was the first time in 10 years
that Congress had adjourned at
such a late' hour and also that it
had to run over into before quit quitting.
ting. quitting. ;i
Reports differed as to just how
much Congress appropriated this
session. But chairman Clarence
Cannon (D-Mo.) of the House Ap Ap-propriations
propriations Ap-propriations Committee said total
appropriations amounted to $72, $72,-563.766.248.
563.766.248. $72,-563.766.248. as onDosed to admin

istration requests Of $73,272,838,-

500.
Both Douses completed action

hours before adjournment; on the
list piece of major legislation of
the year the $3,298,082,500 For,
eign Aid Appropriations Bill. The
compromise measure was worked
out by a House Senate confer conference
ence conference committee'.
The House then continued to
mari time for a while, as it had
done during most of the marathon
session which began Saturday
morning. But the Senate got tang tangled
led tangled up in a fcouple of relatively
minor pieces of legislation, both of
which were finally killed,
Barring an emergency session
called by the President, Congress
was out of business until next Jan
7, when the newly elected 88th
Congress will take over.

Its leaders claimed the second
session, of the Democratic-controlled
85th Congress left behind it a
remarkable record of accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment which handed President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower almost everything he re requested.
quested. requested. The. President, himself, said he
felt Congress had done a "pretty
good job."
It enacted the historic Alaska
statehood bill, gave Eisenhower

dangers tt recession and inflation,

and refrained from cutting taxes
in an election year. It failed, how

ever, to enact a labor reform but

despite corruption exposed by the
Senate Rackets Committee.

The President's bid for action

on Hawaiian statehood also was
put over until next year.

The surge toward mending home

political fences by senators and

representatives who must seek re

election in November began

almost immediately after the ad adjournment
journment adjournment gavels banged.

Even m the final hours of the

session, the lawmakers, turned nut

key measures and sent them to

the White House in much the form
President Eisenhower had request-

Among them were the foreign

aid money bill containing enough
to satisfy the administration, and
an 887-million-dollar space age
science education program aimed
at meeting Russian progress.
.Also passed in the dosing hours
was a 6-billion-dollar measure to
irutt independent government

agencies which contained 40 mil million
lion million dollars to get the education
program going.
Another late finisher was a
$1,354,000,000 military construction
measure which was sent to the
White House Saturday night.
But there also was a lot of talk talking
ing talking that came to nought. The ses session
sion session produced a spate of criticism

of Supreme Court decision and
bills to curb its jurisdiction or al alter
ter alter its decisoins. But none reached
the President's desk.

Hollywood -nea) -on

stage, Offstage and Upstage,: The

gin wuh tfte Houywooo
(Best Actress) is now alter a B.

A.!!- a "different league.

BUt Joanne Woodward, l sus suspect,
pect, suspect, will have her misters de degree
gree degree in comedy before she gets
the hoped for bachelor of arts
diploma she missed when she quit
LSU in her sophomore year.
25? : .. ' .'

Mixing "high" education with

"low" comedy, as anyone could
sec. was rather Involved. Joanne

is studying correspondence scnoel
lessons in 'algebra, anthropology
and the history ot philosophy only

during "recess from Professor

Leo McCarey's classes in comedy.
Every time she cuddles op with
an algebra problem, as a warm warm-up
up warm-up to night courses at Columbia
U. this winter while hubby Paul
Newman stars in a Broadway
play, Joanne is called to the set
by "Pro essor" McCarey.
The film, version of Max Shul Shul-man's
man's Shul-man's hilarious book, 'Rail y
Round the Flag, Boys' is
Joanne's first comedy. And, 1
tell .ou that between algebra, an anthropology,
thropology, anthropology, philosophy and ProL
McCarey's "How to Oet Laughs"
lectures she's a mighty busy girl.
Her higher education lessons ar arrive
rive arrive regularly by mail hut Prof.
McCarey's comedy tutoring, Jo Joanne
anne Joanne and a group of ho wse wives,

pushing baby carriages, caught

on a narrow New England bridge

by a siren-wailing, speeding Army

trucK. fxy

' What happened just couldn't

happen in any class at Coljmbia

fit of temperament over the way

June Havoc said something.
But why aren't theaters com complaining?
plaining? complaining? Maybe tomorrow some

one will advertise that Miss Dahl

and a complete camera, sound and
make-up crew will come to your
oome and let fOa costar with her
in a real movie scene'.

Then where will the movies be?

EXTEND OIL OUTPUT
TULSA, Qkla. (UPI)

American Petroleum Corp.

Pin

To

day announced completion of two

zones of its "No. 1 Helvey" oil
well in Garyey County, Okla., ex extending
tending extending production in the Eola
field half a mile westward.

ienale Begins Study
Of US Foreign Policy
Alter Adjournment
WASHINGTON (UPI) A thor thorough,
ough, thorough, non-political Senate study of
U. S. foreign policy is getting un.
der way as an immediate follow follow-up
up follow-up to concern voiced 'over inter international
national international developments during the
just-adjourned 85th Congress.
The $300,000 study, to be con conducted
ducted conducted mainly by private organi organizations
zations organizations under direction of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
grew out of almost continuous

congressional oratory during the

diplomatic storms ana crises oi

With pvrv Tom niMr h, lne Pasl eignl monms.

ovKdstr.wl h 0ut the study, the committee
to the moyies? And what about bil- P6,8' could ,comef "?f bdefin"e
ling? Some shoe clerk or sten-! pointing-.up of ,pfl """takes and
grapher may demand top billing 7" 'mP?rtant-Some practical
over Talluian and there could b? guldeposts for f"ture .foreign poll poll-a
a poll-a big legal hassle about it. cy; .. .. i u t 0

thSgTte,,uundert,s Xer i J rhilliam ruibriiht (rrk -r
sonally.I'd rather talk back to: Jhe mostJvo.c?1 l,lcs En-

cimunci dUIllllUMl dUUIL lUlClgU
policy, is overseeing the study.
Subcommittee members hope that
reports will be available for the
Senate next year. Fulbright insists
it will be non-political and non
partisan.

Khrushchev, Sobolev or even On

eral Trujillo. Not to mention Lita

Milan after she jtets some sWn

of course.

Program Planned
To Develop Electric

Nuclear Power Plant

WASHINGTON", (UPI) -The
Joint Congressional Atomic Ener
gy Committee disclosed a tenta tentative
tive tentative .program today aimed at
development of economic nuclear
electric power plants in the United
States' by 1970.

A draft statement of the long long-range
range long-range program was released by
n.n t n,,,-i,n,, en w r

McCarey rehearsed the scene of the committee chairman, and Sen.

tc. wuu. at'icdiiuuK mass ie- n; r AnlAaiAH

treat of women and baby carri carriages
ages carriages and then, to get even more
pandemonium, he tossed in some something
thing something not in the text book.
As comedy-student Woodward
told, it: v'
He told the truck driver to drive
a little faster only he didn't tell
me, or anyone el'. He sure got
his pandemonium.'

For the second straight year, the
turbulent Middle East dominated

congressional consideration of for foreign
eign foreign policy problems during the
session just ended.
But there was a difference from
last year, when the aftermath of
the Suez crisis and Soviet expan expansion
sion expansion in the area led to the so so-called
called so-called Eisenhower Doctrine and
an all-ou public airing of Middle
East policies. Congress' role this
year was mostly 'talk. And most
of that as usual was in the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. The administration came in for
heavy Democratic criticism, espe especially
cially especially when the Iraq revolt caught
Western officials lat footed by
coming as an ahsnlnto

'But thprp WilC UlHocnrfl n A 1

v ::: : r v i1"1 ""iutm Lisennower s dpr

sam is to aemonsiraie economic i sion to send AmHp0 t. .,

Clinton P. Anderson (D.N. M i

vice chairman of the group.

nuclear power in the United
States by 1970 and in M cost
free world nations by 1968."
"Achievement of these objec objectives
tives objectives is expected to fortify our
world-wide position of leadership

in the peaceful application

T 1 .

leuanon m coniunctinn uiiti, the

landing of British forces in Jor
dan.

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To Save Minesweepe

Aground Off Japan

TOKYO (iUEIV-The U S. Navy

reported yesterday tsat ie has giv giv-ei
ei giv-ei up hope of saving the mine minesweeper
sweeper minesweeper U. S. S. Prestige which
went aground oh a reef Saturday
in the dangerous whirlpools of the
NjUfuto Straits.
A Navy spokesman said there
were gaping holes in the hull of
the vessel and that latest reports
said "water was pouring m."
The abandon ship "-order, he said,
came shortly after midnight.
I 'The U. S. Navy headquarters
in Yokosuka had not received
word of the 88 officers and men
aboard the stricken vessel which
hit, the reef near the mouth of
Japan's Inland Sea,
A spokesman of the Japanese
coast guard said however, that
their office had received word
that 52 men aboard the vessel
had been transferred to other U.S.
vessels at the scene. "'
The minesweeper rode up on the
reef early Saturday in the whirling
straits between Awaji Island and
Shikoku. The area is famous for
the speed of the current which
boils from the sea into the Pacific
Ocean and back again twice a

to Father" headlines gave Holly

wood its quote of the year from
his favorite yachting partner, Lita
Milan. Said Lita: 'I haven't had
any sleep for weeks all I can
think about is sleep.'

I

said

The program would have the
twin aims of increased research
and development and design, con construction
struction construction and improvement of di diversified
versified diversified nuclear power plants.
"Present plans call for design

studies during the next five to

Some senators also devoted their
attention to prodding the adminis-

P tration toward a still unreached
Ot "summit" ,.n (,... j

- ....... vuHicicutc aim ueuai-
ing the wisdom of taking the Mid Mid-idle
idle Mid-idle East crisis into the United
; Nations.

It was certain to happen

guess this do-it-yourself acting atSeVen years of 21 reactor plants

oi many suns, me report saia

home in recorded scenes op

posite your favorite star's. The
records are called "Co-star' and
for $3.98, the advertisements say,
you can trade lines with such
people as Arlene Dahl, or George
Raft or Sir Cedric Hardwicke in
"romantic, dramatic and come comedy"
dy" comedy" scenes.
Fifteen or so stars giving $3.98
acting performances is rather al alarming,
arming, alarming, but I'll admit it has tan tantalizing
talizing tantalizing appeal. Such as stepping
on Tallulah Bankhead's lines or
throwing Basil Rathbone a wrong
cue or storming 'off the set' in a

i-Jap Resistance

Group Has Emerged
As New Burma Paitf

It said the Atomic Energy Com

mission wouiu continue to direct ,',..
and finance "the major portion id RANGOON (UP-A 5?joWuW:

leaciur researcn ana oeveiopmeni ou japoucse resistance group,

is it has in the past."

CRASH INJURES 54
HAKODATE, Japan (UPI) -Authorities
said 56 persons were
injured today when a truck col.
lided with a National Railways
train at a crossing in Kitahiyama,
in northern Japan.

day.

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which has remained underground

mrougnout the postwar period,
came into the open this month as
a full-fledged political party.
It is the People's Democratic
Party, consisting of members of
the former Peoples' Volunteer Or Organization
ganization Organization (PVO).
Formation of the party makad
a victory for the government an
its campign to persuade dissident
rebel groups to become legitimate
political movements seeking re redress
dress redress of their grievances through
political means.
The PVO was organized by the
late Burmese leader Aung San to
tight the Papanese. After Burma
became independent, some were
taken tinto the regular army but
most of its members were refused
admittance.
Led by their chief, Bo Po Kun,
who was pnee a cabinet minister,
they harried the government as
did the forces of the Communists
and the Karens.
This year, the government of offered
fered offered the rebels amnesty and ap appealed
pealed appealed to them to seek their aims
m legal, democratic ways.
Bo and 30 of his comrades took
advantage of the offer and flew
a plane into the military airport
at Rangoon.
Their organization has now been
legalized under the name of the
People's democratic Party.
The government is continuing ef
forts to persuade the Karens and
the Communists to follow suit.

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BRAZILIAN AMBASSADOR AND MRS. FRAGOSO
TO BE HONORED AT COCKTAIL PARTY
Charge d'Affairs ad interim of the Argentina Embassy
and Mrs. Carlos de Posada will be host at a cocktail party in
bonor of the Brazilian Ambassador and Mrs. A. Boulitreau
Fragoso on August 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Panama Golf
Club. Ambasador Fragoso will be leaving soon for his new
post in Buenos Aires.
Muse-Million Wedding in Santa Clara Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
The marriage of Miss Shirley liam H. Allan o.' he 15th Naval
L. Million, daughter of Mr. and Dis.rict and Mr. Allan's sister,
Mrs. Harold J. Million to Mr. Ro Mrs. Nina Baxte of Le Grand,
bert L. Muse will take place on : California. )
Sept. 2 in the Balboa Union Churc'j
at 7:00 p.m. No invitations are be Balboa Women's Club
ing issued but all friends of the Board Meeting
couple and their families are cor- The Balboa Women's Club will
dially invited to attend the wed- hold its first board meeting of the
ding. A reception will be held in club's new year this Wednesday,
the Tivoli Baldroom directly foi August 27 at 9:30 a.m. at the home

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One of the last events sponsor-

' erl by the Curundii Summer Re

creation Program will be a i:kh
box dance this Saturday evening
from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m. for Sub Sub-teens.
teens. Sub-teens. If you are 10, 11 or J2 come
and enjoy the fun.

tach aotict fei Inclusion In thtt
column should be tubmirled in
rvat-wrinan term and mailad M
the box numb, listed daily in So Social
cial Social and Otherwise." oi delivered
at hand re the office. Notices at
meetings cannot be accepted
r Dhon.

There will be a meeting of the

Panama Canal Natural Hutory So Society
ciety Society Wednesday night in the JWB
I SO building in Balboa at 8 p.m.
Otis Imboden, photographer-writer
for the Pan American High Highway's
way's Highway's Darien Subcommittee in Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, will speak on the subject:
Galapagos, the Enchanted isles.

The lecture will be illustrated by
color film and slides taken during
a five-week vacation cruise of the
yacht Tondelayo. Guests will Ix

welcomed.

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ANNOUNCE NEW LINE

DAR Board Met ing

The Regent of the Daughters of
the American Revolution has oal.

led a b;ard meeting for Thursday,
August 28 at 4:15 p.m. at the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest House.

MAKE FRIENDS

I II is bad manners to read an an-MESPETH,
MESPETH, an-MESPETH, N. Y. (UP1) Wei- other person's letters, even
bill Corp. announced it is coming j though they are open and in

out with a line of electric cookin

ranges to complement its standa

line of gas radges.

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Soon. . but VERY SOON

ZIG-ZAG
The long-waited SALE

J to mends

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ATLAS GARDEN
SERVES THE BEST
75c.
LUNCH
IN THE CITY
11.00 A.M. to 2.00 P.M. DAILY
MENU CHANGED DAILY
COLD DRAUGHT BEER

THE SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
Tickets on side at:
MADURITO'S Panama and Colon
MORRISON'S and
THE PANAMA HILTON HOTEL
Prices: $5.00 $3.00 $2.00
For Saturday and Monday shows:
Matinee $4.00 and $2.00
Series $8.00 and $5.00
SEPTEMBER 6, 7 and 8

piain signt. xne rule is, never
read a letter addressed to an another
other another person unless you are ask asked
ed asked to do so by the person to whom
the letter was written.
This rule applies to letter!
written to other members oi your

family as weii as 10 nose written

and acquaintances.

ownsend Leaves

On Totir Of World
For Second Time
BRUSSELS (UPI)-Peter Town Town-send,
send, Town-send, ersiwhile suitor of Britain's
Princess Margaret, is going o.'f on
another world tour, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed eoday.
Group captain will leave tomor

row by automobile and friends
said he was going for the same
reasons that prompted the first
; trip to try to forget the 28-year-old
princess.
He left the first time for 17
months after Margaret announced
! she could not marry a divorced
man because of her duty to church
and crown. The tour covered 20, 20,-1
1 20,-1 000 miles and 50 countries and
j ended only seven months ago.
I Since then Townsend has seen
the princess frequently in London.
Their relationship was officially
stamped as being that of good
friends.
Townsend will be accompanied

by American i'ilm director Victor
Stoloff. They plan to shoot a
colored feature film starring the
same Land Rover he used on his
initial tour.

Refineria Las Minas Awards Five
More Scholarships
Refineria Las Minas. at Las Minas Bay. District of Caliva, Province
of Colon, which la owned by Refineria Panama. S.A., announces the
designation of five more scholarships to Panamanian students for fond fond-uale
uale fond-uale study at Universities In the United States. Theie scholarships are in
addition to the five similar scholarships recently awarded to five Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian students.
The scholarships offer post-graduate specialized study in petroleum
engineering, petrochemical engineering, and courses In the management
of petroleum enterprises. Each successful candidate will receive a
monthly stipend of $250 during the school year and round trip trans transportation
portation transportation between Panama and the University. The duration of the stu studies
dies studies will he ai requited by the University and determiner! by the Schol Scholarship
arship Scholarship Committee. When the student completes his course he will be
required to work for the Refinery for the same length of time as the
duration of his scholarship studies, provided the Refinery requires hit
service. It employed he will he given the same salary and working con conditions
ditions conditions at foreign technical employes commensurate with relative ex experience.
perience. experience. Candida tea mutt be bilingual and possess a degree In engln engln-eerlng.
eerlng. engln-eerlng. or be students who will earn an engineering degree within a few
months.
The Committee an Scholarships will receive applications from In Interested
terested Interested Panamanian students until S p.m. on October SI, INI. Personal
Interviews will be accorded to qualified students at Panama during the
school vacation period In December.
Applications should be addressed to:
' Victor 3. Fabrega, Jr.
Secretary, Scholarship Committee
c'o Keflnerla Panama, S. A.,
Panama, R. de P.
Aparlado 5270,
VICTOR J. FA BURG A, Jr.

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British Radio Now
Airs Sports Report
On Horse Races
LONDON (UPD- The British
Broadcasting Corp. broke a 30 30-year
year 30-year tradition last night and re

cognized that people bet on horses, j
For the first time, a BBC I
"sports report" listing race results 1
at British tracks included the bet betting
ting betting odds and starting prices of
the runners.
Betting figures will be include!'

in all HHt radio and television
race reports from now But a
spokesman said "there will be no
stress on the gambling side of
racing."

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vacation. This it the thire)
six excerpts that will appear
during her absence from "Don't
Be Afraid of Ytur Child" by
Hilda Bruch, M.D., copyright
1952 by Hilda Bruch. Used by
permission of the .publisher
Ferrer, Straus & Cudahy, Inc.)

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nary ordinary powder, it't medicated, antjwput,
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dote, prevents heat huh, chafe, too.
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McdksMd Mexsns Skin Cream helps htal
eetsrgent hsndi. In gentle laoolln softens
ejry, parensd ikln. all.

SAN FRANCISCO BALLET COMING TO PANAMA -t- The oldest performing ballet organiza organization
tion organization in the United States, the San FranclscO Ballet will bs here at the Rio Theater on Sept.
6, 7 and 8. This company, which has received acclaim and artistic success in the U.8. and
abroad, will bring an exciting new repertoire, most tof which has never been performed be before
fore before in Panama, and new personalities, new bl 'lets' ana imaginative costumes and decor. The
San Francisco Ballet is touring Latin America under the sponsorship of the American Na National
tional National Theater and Academy in cooperation with thfe-U.S. State eparttnent. Shown above are
two of the leading dancers, Nancy Johnson atd Leon Danieiian.

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NEW OFFICERS OF THE FORT GULICK NCO WIVES CLUB are installed at a ceremony held
in the post NCO Chi. Taking office were, left to right, Mrs. Marty Saunders, secretary; Mrs..
Nancy Williams, vice-president; Mrs. Nora Per y, treasurer: Mrs. Katherine Killip, president;
Mrs. Dorothy Foster, Mrs. Frances Berger and Mrs. Viola Him, all serving on the board of
governors.

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3 Pronoun
4 Poverty-
stricken
5 Animal
6 Ontario (ab.)
7 Bamboolike
grata
8 Fiddling -Roman

emperor

1 Early
explorer,
: Cabot
8 He was in
Genoa, Italy
9 Ransom
11 Put a gloss on
13 Solid (comb.
form)
14 Diners
15 'Vorm
16 Girl's name
18 Cathedral
ehurch
19 Absolute
rulers

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25 He made his
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21 Heavenly body 40 Roman

9 Royal Society 22 Arrived

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10 North African 28 Ellipsoidal
Moslems 427 Variable stai
1 1 Blood vessels 28 Biblical
12 Regimental garden

sergeant 34 Elude

19 Barterer

20 Divides

35 Clamp
36 Bird

39 Rugged

magistrate
41 Weight of
India
42 Fith sauce
43 River In
Arizona
45 Roman patriot
46 Indians
47 Through
49 Dibble

mountain spur 51 Knock

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29 Anflent Irish
capital
30 Eager
31 Among
32 Unusual
33 Interpret

84 Abstract being

37 Ardor
38 Deep gorges
41 Droop
44 Swift
45 Iklnking,
vessel
48 Passed over
50 Freebooter
52 Tell
53 Click-beetle
54 He discovered
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'Red Star' Charges'

US Troops Causing
Unrest In Asia
MOSCOW, Aug. 23 (UPD
The Soviet Army organ "Red
Star" charged today that U.S.
Marines and ships at Singapore
were "exerting open pressure on
India, Indonesia, Burma and
Cambodia."
This "new Washington provo provocation,"
cation," provocation," the newspaper said, "ha.s
created considerable alarm in
Indonesia, which Is adjacent to
Singapore."
"The government and many
press organs in the Republic of
Indonesia justifiably consider
the landing: of American Marines
at Singapore may increase the
criminal activity of the rebels,
which is aimed at overthrowing

Internal security," the paper

said.

(No ., mention was apparently
made in the Red Star piece of

new U.S. arms Bid to irdonesia
for use'in internal security).
Russian Tourist

Says Broadway Play!

k Karl Said'

NEW YORK (UPI)-A Russian;

tourist visiting New York lor (he

nrsi time, managed to read a;
little of Karl Mar Saturday night

into a very un.Marxian Broadway
musical, "Say Darling."
A'ter seeing the show, the
comic story about the. difficulties
of producing a Broadway musical,
Ivan Ianof, an engineer w o
speaks no English, was given a

synopsis of the story by an in

terpreter.
"Ah, I see," he said finally
"At first everything goes wrong
because everyone -acta individual individually.
ly. individually. Theo they get together, as a
collective a nd everything is set
right,"

In all (he recommendations for
permissiveness and the recrimi recrimination
nation recrimination against the authoritarian

attitudt, it is being overlooked

tnax it is valuable experience for

a cnim lo Know .hat his parents
will set the limits and yet be
loving and kind.
It is my impression that there
Is much too much "reasoning"
and "psychologizing" going on bet
ween parents and children. What
is needed is a father or mother
who can say "No withoul going
through an elaborate song and
dance.
Much that goes under the name
of permissiveness is simply an
avoidance of taking necessary
responstblility and putting sen sensible
sible sensible limits on Ihe child's behavior.
Many parents are quite aware
that out of fear ofr having a
child rebel or .having a period if
unpleasantness with them, they
will rather act against their own
convictionsand even permit a
child careless experimentation.
Modern parents have the ten tendency
dency tendency to compromise on import important
ant important aspects of daily life to such
an extent that there is no lee lee-Way
Way lee-Way for error with the result
that when the slightest thing goes
wrong, tht emotional tension
round this mild error is so great
that seemingly unjustified emo emotional
tional emotional outbursts oceur.
".may be very hard for pareats

to understnd that a permissive
i attitude also implies demands on
the child and may create .ension,
anxiety and even hos ilily.
Very lew people are aware that
i benevolence and love can be just
as coercive a dictatorship as the
old- ashioned open demand that
i the son should follow in his fa fa-I
I fa-I ther's footsteps. Permissiveness
often takes the form of letting
the child make his own decisions.
It is frustrating, even terrify terrifying,
ing, terrifying, to a child when he it expect expect-I
I expect-I ed to make decrions in situations
jfor which he is unprepared. It be becomes
comes becomes even more painful and
confusing when he is aware- that
his parents want to be kind to
him and leave the decision io
him out of good in ention
One of the dif'iculties for pa parents
rents parents who try to follow this advice
of being permissive is the simptt
fact that they are supposed to
put into practice something they
never experienced themselves.
They have no inner yardstick
to separate what their children
can decide from- what it is tht
them.

Jane and Bill; both 17, after a
year of going steady, got married
-and then informed their parents
of what they had done.
Their parents, dismayed hy the
news, but convinced that their reS reS-ponsibhlity
ponsibhlity reS-ponsibhlity to their children didn't
automatically come to an end lust
becuse the children had gotten
married, decided to finance th
marriage untilthe young, people
could get on their feet.
Jane parents gave ner an allow
ance and Bill's parents also gave
t2ne- The two nanoouts, added
together, were enough for ihe
young couple to pay rent On an
aapartment buy fod, keep uD
Hills car and have some spend
ing money. That was a year ago
Today Jane is back with her
parents and Bill has moved Baci.
with his-and the marriage is go going
ing going to .end in divorce.
B"t here'sMar differerit story
as 10 n hv a -vnim f

xer To this column.

t-'iffiJ u tt'1 married and
I had a baby when. I was 1
My husband couldn't get a
. My husband couldn't get a
job that would support us bot i
SO I WOrkpH Uhon T Hm.l J ,1.

i.i. i "f" vuuiu ine
first two years of our marriage
We quarreled constantly because
we didn't understand each 'other
I admit that if I had Jhad the mo mo-ney
ney mo-ney I would have divorced my
husband any time within the
first two years of our marriage.
But we were so hard up we
had to stick together. Now after

o.uiuai iuui years oi marriage mv
husband has a good job with a
future, we love each other, and our
two boys and our only regret is
that we didn't finish high school.
Bi-t we plan to do tiat in n,'jh
school.
iiWhat ,turnl our Infatuation
intfl real love Was facing hardshb
together-beqauser we couldn't af afford
ford afford to run away. Wt 16st a habv
that was born nrematurely It
was a struggleiust to get enoticn
food to eat. But having to face
the hardships together made us
grow un fast.
"At 19, I am a happy woman.
And I have a happy husband and
two tine children. I just thought
our story might encourage other
young counles who are temnted
to give up instead of fighting their
way through."
Her letter might also encourage
r.-rnts to keen hands o'f in"te'i
of thinking they are being help
'ill Hv nalflnA )!" l!'v
easy for a young couple who run
off and get married.

, OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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lonOt West Nottn East
IV Pass 1 Pass
2 V Pasi 4 Pass
Pats .Past
Opening lead 4 2

HERE is another Marshall Mllea'
hand to liliiELratn rhn Hif tfi..m,..

between rubber bridge and -ou.

jiiii-aie.
The contract is four hpart. ana

after winning the opening dia diamond
mond diamond lead in vnnr nwn hanrl vr.,i

pull trumps in three leads and
lead a spade. -'?

West nlavs low ant mvn

dummy's ten. East wins with the
kind and leads a diamond back.

in rubber bridge you would
have no problem. You would
plav the ace and a small znaAm

from dummy and when the

queen tailed to drop you wouu
settle for a nice safe foun odd
and rubber.
Mr. Miles recommends that in
duplicate you should come back
to your hand with the ace of
clubs and try the spade fines jc
for an overtrick. He says the
odds are greatly in favor of tht
play succeeding.
While I agree with Mr. Miles Miles-thesis
thesis Miles-thesis that you should gambit
for an overtrick in duplicate
when Vubber br"ie niny would
call for safety, I do not agree in
this examn'e. The ,?m contra6t
is too good a one to jeopardise
and four h; r! anrl marla mill

satisfactory result.

Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
2 Pass 3 Pass
! 4 aV Pass 4 A Pass
IS. Pass, 1
You, South, hold:
AA2 VQ 6 5 4 3 10865 32
What do you do?
A Bid six diamonds. Your
partner Is tr.tine; for seven but
you don't have a hirh diamond
honor.
' TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South West
2 e Pass 7
You, "South, hold:
aA2 VQ654 3 OQtSi K 2
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

UAR Delegation
Reaches E. Berlin
BERLIN (UPD-A -delegation of
the United Arab Republic led by.

Minister of Industry Dr. Aziz
; Sidky. arrived in East Berlin yei

ternay.
The East German news agency
ADN announced that negotiations
on a strengthening of economic
relations between both nations
will start today. East Germany
will provide the U.A.R. with long long-term
term long-term deliveries of industrial equip equipment,
ment, equipment, ADN said.
There, are no diplomatic rela relations
tions relations at present between the
U. A. R. and East Germany.

REGISTRATION FOR DANCE CLASSES
FOR PRE-TEENS k TEENAGERS
Balboa Y.M.C.A. Sat. Sept. 6th 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Classes for all ages from 6 years to 19 years old.
Becinners class is now called ,.. The Medal Group
Intermediate class it called The Silver Group
Latin class is called The Gold Group
Advanced Latin &
American Is called The Bronze Gtroup
"Learn our new dances with modern Jan
& Boogie Breaks"

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- Rust-Rate In US ;

Adjournment Of Congress Clears Way I

For Senate To Keep Pressure On Hon a

'
IT'S THE GYPSY IN HER Former strip-tease queen Gypsy Rose Lee found the 96-degree

weather in Auania, ua., jusi iou mn jui mum uiuy. uu-.Un.y..v (.
ave her a fishing rod and she stretched out on a grassy bank under a shade tree to present
this charming curvesome angling-. Now a .."legitimate" actress, Gypsy is Starring in "Happy
Hunting" but it was hot for hunting

De Gaulle Welcomed But May JJ

Be Losing African Campaign

Win as Victory

Over 'HAACP' Man
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) RP-
..'waf., .luoett tu-Wi) yj4t-

;iuus uvayuu. n..,.wnuU

t,er today on his 12,000 mtie ai i mere, as in uuici siwp uaj v...

ABIPJAN, Ivory Coast (UPI) in 1940, he
Mi. Charles cie Gaulle arrived dermis ovatl

had received

jon.

tmm

WASHINGTON (UPD-The Sen
to Raclrols Com miltpe. With Oth

er congressional business out of

the way, was expected ta spenu
the next live months in puttirv
coitsiant pressure on its prime

target, Teamster rresiuem jiu
It. Hoffa.

Chairman John L. Mcueiian
n.Arlc 1 has scheduled prompt

resumption of public hearing

morrow despite tne aajoummrni
of Congress until .next January.
This week's sessions willcenter
around Teamster Vice President
Harold J. Gibbons of St. Louis,
one of Hoffa's right hand men in
the Centrsl States Conference.
But the committee's major focus
whether he testifies or not, will be
on Ho fa who sat silent last week

throught a parade of witness-

with present or past connections

to his giant union.
The committee's mood was re reflected
flected reflected in dubious reactions Satur Saturday
day Saturday to Hoffa's announcement that
hp had named a three member

"anti-racketeering commission" to
purge his union of charges it is
dominated by gangsters.
McClellan said the test of the

commission's good faith wouW be
whether it moves against "Mr.
Hoffa, himself."
Ho fa's three appointees are ex

mere, as in uuier sioj way "u"1- ,,.," in re-
the tour, he had offered the imo- ,wl "-M',tt5C2uB uopo uopo-pie
pie uopo-pie of the 12 French African terrj- electing niw over oppo
tories and Madagascar the choice iieu., Agro aiawiiey
of "community" with France or anuer auiuu; ,riir9Ud of
complete independence and a. re -! aeoeiv nau 'M,

,.Hn Iftcc TrVennW HnanpiarhB.ntf a "sneaK canoiaaie ui

Gen

aerirfl afari amid indlca

tions he might be losing his cam campaign
paign campaign to talk France's vast Afri African
can African territories out of the idea of
Independence.

The French premier loosing w -. "".-,,.. ---- AuVnce

tstssLVAt asisrus, iws tfMSsr-

tnrlal Afrtp I versible drift toward independence. A'recoiu ',"
T RwSavllle. the first French in the African territories. In siaiuruay's Uemocraac pr imry

overseas area trtoU

imr nit ii )fti mini v tj vmr uu uu iv " 2 A A
their future status in the Sept. hm almost a sw-lo-one lead over
28th referendum of Dp Gaulle's Tureaud.

Damin TsAtrAN Trial proposed constitution for the new' "ine fact thut 1 have, been
Beam i reason i nai : rm Rew. returned l0 o.e for m
& i ih,! ia lime hv the iffeatest ma-

De Gaulle has told crowds at r : l ever received is
i hVim rtaV'f thty VM, only incidental to' the victory the
No to the constitution he jnllij ., He.
takp this as an expression of a 1 Vuv "'cm

wsji iwi iiiucpoiiuinivc. -f

West Berlin Mayor

Assures Protection

Against Invasion

tt De Gaulle's Free French forces
; ;

Of Old Iraqi Regime

In Baohdad Court
BAGHDAD, Iraq (UPI) The
first defendant in a mass treason
trial of members of the toppled

mm confessed in court yestec sincp d rf fh
day that, he took part m-1 plot l That wj. signifv )hat

v -J i ,t.

ThX h 3 w. i .... 1. 1 T "There can be no doUOt mat ine

fed 'as "secoF fm France Knows wh4rt WC
fhf eJr"'1 a eh fc" S campaigning, Hebert ad-

Ms poured into the territories ed EE

eu, ttliu Bm lie

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BERLIN (UPI1 West Berlin

IMavnr Willv Rranrif aatrf in a

radio address last night the West
i em Allies will protect the city a a-j
j a-j gainst Communist encroachments.
He said the Western poweis
powers have given the city securi security
ty security guarantees and will ive up to

tnem.
He made the statement in dis discussing
cussing discussing the Communist police in invasion
vasion invasion of the American sector
border hamlet of Steinstuecken
early this month.
Steinstuecken is part of West
I Berlin- and the Western powers
and the city government will do
I everything necessary to prevent
new invasions, he said.

Sen Cenree Bender (R Ohw): F.

Joseph (Jiggs) Donohue, former
president of the District of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia commissioners, and Ira W.
Jayne, retired chief judge of the
Circuit Court of Mkhiian and
law professor at Wayne Univer
sity.

The Rackets Committee, creat created
ed created in early 195T to survey impro
per practices by labor and man

agement, has bfen creaned wnn

deposing some notam e lanor n-

gure Dave Beck.
But Hoffa followed Beck as
president o' the 1,500,000-member
transnnrt union, a result commit

tee members clearly feel was no

improvement. The committee .s
expected to use its remaining five
months of life in persistent effort

to correct what is wrong.

Hoffa and the commitjee ap appear
pear appear to be in the same relative
position at present as they were a
year ago. The big difference is
that Hoffa has moved up rom a
regional post as head of the Cen Central
tral Central States Conference to a posi

tion nf na inna oower.

A year ago, Hoffa hafl just Deen
aennitieH nf trvine to bribe a com

mittjfc investigator and had foUgiit
the senators to, a standstill during
four days of testimony. During
that appearance he emphatically
denied general charges of wrong

doing and pieaaea loss oj memory
on pin-pointed allegations.

mis year, ircsn huik .wihhm
oh wire-'apping charges, the 44 j
year old Hoffa again defended his
record as a anion leadet had sti.'k
fast to his claims that there was'
nothing improper in his personal (
affairs.

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CHICAGO (UPI) Scientists col
eluded today after 25 yesri
painstaking research that1 stea

rusts faster in some parts of tn

country than m others.
The nation's first rust map, pre prepared
pared prepared for the Rust Oleum Corp,
of suburban Evanston. show that

steel rusts fastest in Buf alo and
Rochester, N. Y.; Erie, Pa., and
Miami, Fla.
A piece of steel the size of an
auto license plate rusts in the
cities in three years.
The slowest rust rate more than
IS years was found in Tucson,
Ariz., and Roswell and Santa Fe,
n. m. ...-.y.'
All the nation's maior industrial

centers had rust rates of just ua
der four year's.
Scientists said the degree Of
rust is controlled by rainfall, wind,
corrosive gases, sunlight and HA
water. Rust costs industry about
$7 500,000,000 a year, they reported.

OK WHEAT PURCHASE
WASHINGTON (UPI) -i-The Ag

riculture Deartment Authorltwl
Tnrlia In hnv another MX Wl

worth of U.S. wheat with Indlrt

currency.

BEACH BALLERINA There's more than just seaside exuber exuberance
ance exuberance behind this ballet leap by Noma Curry, 17, at Miami, Fla.
Noma's practicing for a summer dance tour at the city's
Crandon Park.

it mm
sill

bination of the Negro block voting

apauiy
nomi-

io r.s risK ana perns, ue uaune w"f,u "r jt 'r, ,imor
warned in a .peech before leaving S'S

Drazzaviiie. i"" i ?

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ainst Syria as charged. But he t itt J in Tureaud ancT voter
pleaded that he acted onlv as 'air r ae it would resu)l in Tureaud's
rmv officer under orders." i 'A T.Jl L'.l n.iWm in the Democratic pi

The defendant, former Deputy
Thief nf Staff Mai. Gen. Azban

Earl Long, the late congressman's
brother, polled 13.536 votes, and

anu-bong canaiaa'e Harold B. Mc Mc-Sween
Sween Mc-Sween polled 11,917.

.paghastani, was-the Wm of some
,100 persons to he tried by a mib mib-tary
tary mib-tary court set up after the July 14
coup here.
-l'i iiw". -(p'if .frt'ildwitt !.-.
Daghastani was charged with
taking an active part in an "im "imperialist
perialist "imperialist plot" sponsored by "for "foreign
eign "foreign powers" against .Syria. Sub Subversion
version Subversion against other. Arab coun countries
tries countries as well as Iraq herself comes
within the definition of treason un under
der under Iraqi law and is punishable by

death.
Delivering a de'ense speech in
his own behalf yesterday, Daghas Daghastani
tani Daghastani confessed that he "took pan
in a conspiracy" against Syria in
1948. i
His part in a plot sponsored by
the old" regime, Daghastani said,
was to contact anti-government
Syrian leaders and tentatively arrange-shipments
of arms for use
against the Syrian regime.
"I was acting as an army offi officer
cer officer under order from my gov government,"
ernment," government," he said.

Daghastani denied that he had
worked on a further plan to use
the Iraqi army to overthrow the
government of Syria.
He said that when he took of office
fice office as deputy, chief of staff in
1954, six years after the con confessed
fessed confessed conspiracy, he wars handed
a plan for "investigation the foa-

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gainse the Syrian regime."
Italian Wife Finds
Way To Snag Hubby'
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passport ror noon
NAPLES, Italy (UPI) Catello
Saccehettt's hopes of traveling to
the moorr aboard a U.S. rocket
.. (.,liv Mil wife

, were 3iiacu i"u j
won't let him go.
Sacchetti wrote a long letter to
, president Eisenhower recently
volunteering to serve as a spa.ee
I crew member "aboard one
your missiles, rockets or satel satellites."
lites." satellites." Th. White House acknowledged
feceipt of his ofer in a brief

The letter, an Italian official
tmlav: at Kapphetti's Wife.

Ann, to worrying. She immediate immediately
ly immediately resorted to government red
tape in an effort to clock her
husband's spaceman dream.
Mrs. Sacchetti checked with Na Naples
ples Naples police officials in charge ol
the passport department and
found the following rulesr
Ttatian husband cannot en

abroad without his wife's approv approval.
al. approval. Officials, however, have not
decided whether the moon Is
"aboad."

Each Italian pastport must
Bst the countries which the bear bearer
er bearer is entitled to visit.
A police official said a law
would have to be passed by Par Parliament
liament Parliament recognizing the moon ai
an "authorized country" before
Sacchetti could get a passport passport-even
even passport-even If he could get his wife's
permission."

MetJnnnin.n Pr.np. ,in -I..,., cent of the total registration went

the consequences." be added, "audi to the polls, compared to a bare
I guarantee that it will not oppose 20 per cent six years ago the last
this." time Heoejt was. opposed
nn th..ih.Kj- wm...1 Across Loulsiarii W c r a

tories approve De Gaulle's cons'i-! were choosing seven other nomi

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cuuice. many oi mem, wnile want- j mirauuiiuii w mc pum ,v..v
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wanf to cut themselves loose from I Rep. George S. Long. State Rep.
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PANAMA
JAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, AUGUST 85, 1851
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Aaron's 2-Run Ten

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Braves Regain Seven-Game
Margin In National League
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YQRK, Aug. 25 (UPI) Hank Aaron,
still twinging the bat that made.Milwaokee famous,
had the Giants crying in their beer today and the
Braves whetting their appetite agajin for some more
of that tasty World Series champagne.

Aarnn vnti mav recall
belted
the two-run homer that clinched
Milwaukee's first National League
pennant last Sept. 23.
And yesterday he came up with
another two-run homer in the 10th
Inning against San Francisco that
beat the second-place Giants, 8-5,
and sent them tumbling seven
fames behind the Braves.
Aarona wallop gave Milwaukee
the jump in the opener of a five five-same
same five-same aeries against the Giants,
and even cautious Fred Hanty coiv
ceded, JIt was a big one to win'
The victory was achieved on
some brilliant relief pitching by
Bob Rash and winner Don Mc Mc-Mahon.
Mahon. Mc-Mahon. Rush struck out seven and
held the Giants scoreless for 5 2-3
innings after taking over for start starter
er starter Carlton Willey and McMahon
yielded only one hit over the last
two frame.
Aaron hit hh ttth homtr off
Worthington following Eddie Ma Mathews'
thews' Mathews' single, that broke a 5-5
tie and the Bravts added anoth another
er another run in the 10th en Joe Ad Ad-cock's
cock's Ad-cock's double and Johnny Lo Lo-.
. Lo-. aan't sinale.
Frank Robinson's two-run homer
In the ninth powered the Redlegs
to a 6-5 victory over the Dodeers,
Pittsburgh won the opener of a
doubleheader, .8-4, and St. Louis
gained a split by taking the night nightcap,
cap, nightcap, 12-8. The Phillies swept a
doubleheader from the Cubs. 13 5
and 5-3, with the second game be being
ing being limited to eight innings be because
cause because of darkness.
The Yankees stretched their lead
to 12 games in the American
League even though they split a
dougleheader with tht Tigers
Frank Lary beat the Yankees for
the sixth time this season in the
opener. 8-3, but the league-leaders
won the nightcap, 3-2, on Norm
Siebern's ninth-inning homer. Bos Boston
ton Boston swept a twin-bill from Kansas
City, winning the opener, 14-3, and
the 11-inning finale, 3-2. Baltimore
defeated Chicago, 5-2, and. Cleve-
land walloped Washington, 9-1,
Robinson's game-winning homer
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THE LONG HOT SUMMER"
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against the Dodgers was his 26th

of the year and came on ex team
mate Johnny Klippstein. Rookie Or
lando Pena, brought up by Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati from Havana, pitched the last
two innings for the Redlegs, struck
out three men and was' credited
with the victory. Don Zimmer
homered for Los Angeles.
Bob Friend gained his 17th Vic Victory
tory Victory for the 'Pirates in their open opener
er opener with the Cards although he
needed help from Roy Face in the
eighth. Bill Mazeroski and Hank
Foiles each drove in two runs for
Pittsburgh to help offset "homers
by Wally Moon-, and Ken Boyer.
In the nightcap, Stan Musial's
pinch single started a five-run ral rally
ly rally in the eighth inning that brought
reliever Jim Bronan his ninth vic victory.
tory. victory. Don BJasingame and Boyer
homered for St. Louis while Bill
Virdon, Roman Mejias and Dick
Stuart connected for Pittsburgh.
Ed BoueHp nH Wally Post
led the Phils to their sweep qver
the Cubs. umicIuv ail a grand-
slam homer in the opener and a
bases-eroptv Corner 'n the second
game while Post tripled in the
opener and doubled in the "'
cap to drive in a total of five runs.
Rip Repulski also had a pinch
three-run br foi Phi'delohia
in the opener. Jim Marshal',
purchased I y the Cubs from the
Orioles during the weekend, col collected
lected collected three homers and two sin singles
gles singles in the two games. Jim Hearn
and Jack Sanfefd were the win-
ning pitchers
Lary's victory over the Yankees
in the opener made him the first
pitcher to defeat them six times
in a single feason since Dizzy
Trout and Hal Newhouser of De Detroit
troit Detroit both accomplished the feat
ia 1944. Charlie Maxwell heloed
ijary to nis law ,victory witn a
homer and two singles that drove
in. four runs. One of the six hits
given up by Lary was a ninth-inning
homer by Siebern, whose' se second
cond second homer of tjie day in the ninth
inning of the second game off
Herb Moford broke a 2-? tie. Ro,b Ro,b-by
by Ro,b-by Shantz was the winner.
' r miin oumvaii, in
WSt
Ms 10th victory for the
Big Frank Sullivan, backed
ea
pieced
victory for the Red Sox
in their opener with the. Athletics.
Then Jackie Jensen singled home
the winning run off Ray Herbert
in the llth inning of the nightcap.
It was his' HOth RBI of the year.
Murray Wail, who took over for
starter Ted Bowsfield, held the
A's to one hit oyer the final 7 2-3
innings to post his 5th triumph.
The Orioles scored ail their runs
off Dick Donovanin the first three
innings, with Billy Gardner driv driving
ing driving in, three of them and Gus
Triandos two. Southpaw Billy O' O'-Dell,
Dell, O'-Dell, pitching with, only two days'
rest, notched his 12tt win although
he tired in the eighth and needed
relief from Billy Loes.
Rookie Jim (Mudcat) Grant of
the Indians beat. the Sentors for
the fifth time, this year. He held
them to eight hits in evening his
season record at 10-10. The Indians
racked loser Pedro Ramos and re reliever
liever reliever Tex Clevenger for 12 hits,
including a homer by Larry Doby.
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LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 325 official bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
t
CAM H Pet.

Musial, St. L. 115 405 61 142 .301
Ashburn, Phila. 119 479 78 164 .o42
Aarou, Mil. iz 4j 89 im .olj
Mays, S. rco. 120 474 89 155 .327
Skinner, Pitt. 117 428 77 135 .315
Banks, Chi. 126 501 101 157 .313
Dark, Chi. 105 422 45 130 .308
Cepeda, S. Fco. 118 476 69 146 .307
Walls, Chi. 123 475 76 145 .305
Temple, Cinci. 119.457 65 136 .ra
Boyer, SI. L. na 4a3 78 135 .298
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos.
Cerv, Kan. C.
115 443 82 145 .327
111 409 75 132 .323
112 449 60 144 .321
Kutnn," Det.
Power, Cleve.
116 4ta 80 149 )i,
88 330 36 105 .318
116 430 73 136 .316
Goodman,. Cni.
Sievers, Wash.
Williams, Bos.
Jensen, Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Malzone, Bos.
112 355 71 112
122 439 73 137
124 503 73 155
123 5C1 62 154
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.312
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.307
HOME RUNS
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
41
33
28
26
25
American League
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics
36
34
33
30
29
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
BOyer, Cardinals
H. Anderson, Phils
Cepeda, Giants
108
99
81
79
76
76
American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
Mantle, Yankees
110
93
85
84
80
LEADING
HITTERS
(Bated on 12 decisions)
tional
League
W L
-8 4
i craves
Spahn, Braves
Purkey, Redlegs
Worthingtop, Giants
Semproch, Phils
16
14
i
.640
.636
.625
.619
American League
Delock, Red Sox 12
Turley, Yankees 18
Hyde, Senators 9
Moore, White Sox 9
McLish, Indians 13
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.750
.750
.692
.684
SC&RES
Help Wanted (Female) Hours
7:30 to 10 p.m. Monday nights,
experience in bowling and not
too much of that ypr1ed. Apply
Diaglo Clubhouse, Monday, Aug.
25, 7:30 p.m.
For lady bowlers of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, all roads lead only to one
spot, Diablo Bowling Center. If
you are a &male, if you ever roll rolled
ed rolled a ball down the lanes, and if
you want to get out of the house
Monday nights, and if you want
some relaxation.' the place for you
is the Diablo Bowling League.
No need to worry about aver averages,
ages, averages, tf' is a handicap league.
Actually the only thing needed is
the desire to bowl. All ladies are
invited to be at the Diablo Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Balhna Men's League, officers
for 1958-59 season, president Mc-
Nair Lane, vice president Lou
Glud, secretary treasurer Curly
Rates and leaeue delegate Rrnre
Hassler. Slated to start at Bal
boa Oct. 2 With 12 teams.
Balboa Mixed League, officers
for 1958-59, Lou Glub, President;
vice president Lena Burchett, trea treasurer
surer treasurer Jesse Pate; secretary Helen
Glud; league representatives Cur Cur-ley
ley Cur-ley Bates and Mirhi Metzger.
Scheduled to start with 12 squads,
36 men and 24 ladies.
Today ENCANTO 35c.
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years ago and he's still a big figure man. When he hurt his
right elbow in July, the Braves were afraid he'd cost them
a World Series cut. But Jay, a husky ex-Little Leaguer, came
back strong as Milwaukee got its pennant pull-away into
full swing.

Don Jordan Makes New York

Boxing Debut
NEW YROK UPK) Lightweight
Don Jordan makes his New York
debut this week, headlining a
ing schedule that includes a mid.
dleweight TV fighi at Miami
Beach and ex champion Ezzard
Charles' attempted comeback.
. Lanky Jordan of Los Angeios,
23, me$ts Lahouari Godih of Ai
geriafaOn. a TVrradfo (NBC) 10;
rounder 1ft Madison Square Gar Garden
den Garden Friday night. Jordan is la.
vored at 8-5.
In his latest bout, Jordan won
an upset decision over welter welterweight
weight welterweight contender Isaac Logart,
May, at Los Angells. It was. his
ninth victory in his last 10 bouts.
A good puncher, he registered 14
knockouts while winning 38 of his
49 starts.
Algerian Godih, now fighting out
of Paris,, is making his fourci
American start. He outpointed
Larry Baker, lost to contender
Johnny Busso but beat Cuban Da
maso Collazo in the Garden, Ju'y
30. His 47-4-2 record includes 12
kayoes.
At the Miami Beach Auditorium

Montreal Threatens To Make

Runawa
NEW YORK TJPIO The Montreal
Royals are threatening today to
make a runaway of the final stag stages
es stages of the International League
pennant race.
The Royals humbled the second-place
Toronto Maple Leafs
twice on Sunday, 18-8 and 4-3, to
oepn their lead to five and one one-half
half one-half games. Montreal has only 17
contests remaining and only a
bad collapse can rob the Canadian
squad of its first pennant since
1955.
Montreal scored nine runs in
the third inning of the opener but
the Leafs countered with five in
the fifth to narrow the cap to 10 10-7.
7. 10-7. However Sandy Amoros slam slammed
med slammed a three-run homer in the fol following
lowing following round to cinch the verdict
for relief hurler Rene Valdes.
The Royals took an early four four-run
run four-run lead in the nightcap, enough
to offset Tim Thompson's three three-run
run three-run blast in the sixth for Toron Toronto.
to. Toronto. Starter Bill Harris received
credit for his 13th victory.
In other Sunday action, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus swept a twinbill from Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, 5-0 and 4-3; Miami defeat defeated
ed defeated Richmond, 4-2 and the Buffa
lo Rochester doubleheader was
postponed by rain.
In the opener of the Havana
twinbill, Columbus pitcher Bennie

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Friday Night
Wednesday night, middleweie,hls
Bobby Boy of Chicago and Jimmy j
Beecham of Miami meet in a Tv'
A(BC) lOjounder. Boyd is a slight
avorite at 6-5, Each hopes
an impressive victory Will boot
mm gacK into tne top 10 ranking-
Boyd, 24, had four touts this
year. Hef drew with Holly Mims
outDointerf Neal Rivers Inst to
Roiy cWddp.Kid stopped Jnjfr
Morns (4) 'on July 29. His 49-9 3
record-includes 23 knockouts.
Beecham, 23, won two, lost two
and had one draw this year. Ho
won, lost and drey in three bolus
with Willie Vaushn. He outpoin'.e.J
Battling Siki and dropped a o
sion to Spider wego. May 30. His
23-7.1 list includes .seven kay.w?.
Ezzard 'Cltarles of Cincinnaii,
who wore Hie heavy weight crown
from June, 1949; to July 1951, and
reeired in October, '56, wfll' at attempt
tempt attempt a comeback Thursday nignt
at Fairmont, W. Va. His dnoo
nerft will be Johnny Harper; of
j Steubenville, Ohio, former U. S
I amateur champ.
Daniels yielded just one hit, a
fourth-inning triple by Danny Mo Mo-rejon.
rejon. Mo-rejon. Morejon was the only Su Sugar
gar Sugar King to reach base against
Daniels in the seven-inning con contest.
test. contest. The standings and linescores:
Teams
Montreal
Toronto
Rochester
Columbus
Miami
Richmond
Havana
Buffalo
W L
83 54
77 59
70 62
68 70
66 73
63 74
60 77
59 77
Pet. GB
.606
.572
.530
.493
.475
.460
5V2
10V2
15Vi
18
20
.438 23
.434 23V4
Yesterday's Results
(First r;imel
Toronto 002 05 0008 11 3
Montreal 109 013 40x 18 13 0
Broglio, Pearce 3), Crone (3),
Crimian (5), Richards 1(7) and
Hannah, Thompson (5); Lasorda,
Jancse 5), Rabe (5) Vaidcs 6)
and Gatta. WP-Vkldes. LP Bro Broglio.
glio. Broglio. HRS Morton, Amoros.
(First Game, 7 innings)
Columbus 300 001 15 8 0
Havana 000 000 00 1 2
Daniels and Rand; Cueche, A
mor (7) and A. Alvarez, .LP Cue
che.
Richmond 000 010 1002 10 2
Miami 001 020 Olx 4 8
Dick, McMahan (7) and Oldis;
Conley, McCall (7) and Coker.
WP-Conley. LP-Dick. HR He He-rrera.
rrera. He-rrera. Buffalo at Rochester, (2), post postponed,
poned, postponed, rain.
(Second Game, 7 innings)
Toronto 000 003 03 9 0
Montreal 003 010 x-4 7 0
Blake and Thompson; Harris,
Collum (6), Valdes (7) and Gat Gatta.
ta. Gatta. WP Harris. HR Thompson,
(Second Game)
Columbus 000 020 2004 18 0
Havana 100 110 0008 8 A
O'Donnell and Oniiska, Rand (7);
Hayden, R. Sanchez (7) and A,
Alvarei. LP-Hayden, HR R. Alvarez.

Loop

The Stud Cada's Dagon return returned
ed returned from a lengthy layoff in fine
lorm and raced to a popular
three-quarters of a length victory
in the featured $1,000 Special Han
aicap yesterday at the President
Remon racetrack.
Dagon, considered a hopeless
case only three months ago, was
placed under the care of veter veteran
an veteran horseman Oscar Ghitis sow.'
two months ago. Thitis cured the
sick animal auu yesieraay urougut
him back to the races looking
better than he ever did.
Although Ghitis is not the train trainer
er trainer of record, it is acknowledged
that he deverves all the credit for
the animal's victory. Dagon was
ridden by leading jockey Brauliq
Baeza who had to go to the bat
in the final furlong to wear down
Colmado.
The latter broke on top and
had raced Achieved into sumission
when Dagon entered the picture
in the homestretch. Achieved held
on to finish third and !,ucky Test
nosed out Violin Viejo for the
short end of the purse. Camber Camber-well,
well, Camber-well, Panicus, Zutphen and Amat
tra''eri in th?t orer.
Besides the handicap win,
Baeia also scored aboard Pa.a
sol in the secondary attraction
and with Tattn in the last race.
His three victories giVa him a
total of 32 f' mwi'h of Au August
gust August a new monthly record
which eciip t; tin marx former formerly
ly formerly held by Heliodoro (Papito)
Gustines. Tht former record
was 29 winners.
Ruben and Alfredo Vasquez (no
relationship) each scored two vic victories.
tories. victories. Ruben won with the classy
Constantino -and also had a nose
triumph aboard Camnagnard. Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Dushed home Nogalino and
Ancbe.
Domitila which upset odds on
mutuelj favorite Sjiverio in the
third race was the dav's best

straight payoff at $10.80. Mutuels,
cnoices swept tne rest of the pro program.
gram. program. .
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Camjmgnard $3.80, $2.40
2 t-6gU p-M
SECOND RACE
1 logalino $3., $2.40
2 Uark $3.
First Double: $7.20
THIRD RACE
1 Dornitil 0.80, $3.40
2 SilveriOy.20
One-Two: 27.60
1 Naranjazo $5$0,' 4.
Lton Castor $6.
Quimela: $24.20
FIFTH RACE
1 Apache 2.60, $2.20
2 Linua au
SIXTH RACE
1 Dagon $4.20, $3.40
2 Colmado $3.60
SEVENTH RACE
1' Bright Spur $6.80, $2.20
2 Evening Star $2.20
Second Double: $30.40
1 Constantino $2.40, 2.20
2 Carcaman $2.20
Quiniela: $4.60
Acropolis $3.20, $3.
Charicleia $8.60
One-Two: $20.40
TENTH RACE
1 Parasol $2.60, $2.20
2 Melendez $2.20
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Tatin $2.80. $2.20
2 Corviglia $2.20
Palmer, Casper
Lead '58 Golf
Winners
DUNEDIN (UPI) Three
"youngsters" are leading the pat
in the Professional Golfers' Assn.
money-winning fight.
Arnold Palmer, 29, of Latrobe,
Pa., is holding his lead in official
statistics released Saturday by the
PGA. But in hot pursuit are Bill
Casper Jr., 27, of Chula Vista, Ca Calif.,
lif., Calif., and Ken Venturi, also 27, of
San Francisco.
Palmer's winnings so far this
year total $87,447. Casper has
earned $34,323 white Venturi's tot
al is $33,055.
Palmer has been In the lead
since last April, hut hh margin
over Caspar, which was more
than $10,000 in mid July, has
dwindled. Palmer has won the
Masters, the Pepsi Golf Cham Championship
pionship Championship and the St. Petersburg
Open.
Casper finished first in the Buick
Open and the Greater New Or Orleans
leans Orleans Open. Venturi, the only four four-time
time four-time winner so far this year, plac placed
ed placed first in the Thunderbiro Invita Invitational,
tional, Invitational, the Pheonix Open, the Ba Baton
ton Baton Rouge open and the Glene-agles-Chicago
Open.
Fourth in money winnings is the
28-year-old PGA champion, Dow
Finsterwald. Teauesta. with $26.-
413.
Bob Roshurtf nn the VarHnn
Trophy stadings with an average
oi m.ui strokes per round. He is
followed by Sammy Snead, with a
70.25 average: Dow Finsterwald.
70.56; and Cary Middlecoff, 70.57.
Following Finsterwald in Ryder
Cup standings are Art Wall Jr.,
301 31-60, and Snead, 381 1-10.

SMBKf

editor: CONRAUO SARCt AN I

NATIONAL E AGUE
Teams
W L Pet
GB
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
St. Levi
72 51
64 57
tS 58
59 42
5 62
51 66
5 64
57 (9
.585
.528
.528
.488
.484
7
7
12V
Cincinnati
t't
Philadelphia
Chicago
.47 MVa
.452 UV
TODAY'S f AMES
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at St. Francisco (N)
Cincinnati at Los Aneeles (N)
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
Pittsburgh 204 000 0!?0- 1 2
St. Louis 001 101 0104 9 1
Friend. Face (8) and Foiles: Mi

zell, Chitturo (3). Paine (8), Wieht'Tonianek (7) and Houi- Krtiiiva

(9) and Green. W, 4: Friend 17
13). LP. Mizell 8-10)
(Second Game) 1
PittsbuPh 202 010 300-r- 8 13 1
St. Louis 00 388 05x 1? 14 S
Ravdonf Blackburn f4). Smih
hnw (B). rross (1). Face )
and H1):J N. "ronan 4T
Wieht (9) and Landrith. Green
WP Brosnan (9-7). LP. Gross
(Fist Game)
Philadelphia 200 000 74013 15 0
Cbicaeo 100 300 Cl 8 18 1
Semoroch, Hearn (4), ami J),
Meyer (9 and Lonat: Hrott. H
rv (1), E'ston 7), Sns 8), R,
Anderson 8) Bjid S. Taylor. WP
- Hearn (4-3-). LP. Henry
'Second Game)
il-Heiphia 000 onp 1 6 8 0
C'ca-o iDO onn oi 3 t ,3
j. Anrfor-oi. ST)ttr f7. (?),.
r"ons (K) oni iTon x,or.f
"!Hr, Ho'-bi' f)'an1 S tft
Z WP ) LP. -"Hmpn
(3-6).
Milwaukee art 010 noo 38 u i
San Fco 212 000 000 05 9
' W'lVy, Rneti f3). M-Mahon (9)
,and Crsndnll; AntonlIi, Worthin? Worthin?-iton
iton Worthin?-iton (4). Grisom (JO) xnH ThomM
"nmidt 9). WP McMahon (T-
2).
Los Ah?eles 5
Cincinannti 6

Upsets Feature Second

Round of Summit Kills Club

Handicap
Two near upsets featured the
second round play of the Summit
Hills Golf and Country Club's 1058
flith 14anHipan Tfnirnamnnt nnw
peing played at Summit.
Tony Jankus, who was edged
out for medalist honors by George
Riley, had his hands full in mov moving
ing moving past Bud Myers. They went
into the 18th hole with Jankus
holding on to a one up lead after
Myers had won the 17th hole. Jan
kus played the 18th very careful'
ly for a halve on the hole to win
the match 1 up.
In another close on Frank Day
was forced to play an overtime
match with Jim Hood, before win win-nin
nin win-nin nn the 37th hole 2 and 1. Hood
led by two holes at tjie end of
the first nine, x but Day tougnt
back to even the match at the
end of" 18 holes., Playing if off
the following day Hood had a little
troub e cettiBK started and found
LhimseK three dwn it the end of
th 29th noie. uay nan iroumt
on the 30th hole and hit one out
of bounds on the 31st, before set settling
tling settling down and closing out the
match on the 37th hole.
Second round results were Ri Riley
ley Riley defeated Bill Conger 3 and 2;
Morris Cherry won by default o o-ver
ver o-ver J, R. Smith: Dick EgflB edg
ed West Zorn 3 and 1; Jack Smith
eliminated Jack Stuart 4 and
3; Jankus defeated Myers 1 up;
Day won from Hood 2, and 1 on
the 37th; Bob Ausnehmer downed
Hip Nelson 3 and 2; Ed Turko
knocked off Roger Michel 5 and
In the ladies division Butch
Garrett downed Velta Sharp; WU-
Mono The Fairwav
Summit Hills Scotch Foursome
Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club's monthly mixed scotch four foursome
some foursome golf tournament will be held
on Saturday, Aug. 30, at 1 p.m.
with all Isthmian golfers invited
to attend.
The tournament wul be follow
ed by a harherued steak dinner
party with Bill Bailey serving as
Chef, and Frank Day assisting
him.
All persons interested in playing
in the tournament or attending
the dinner party are requested to
notify the club manager, Art Far
rell, telephone 4-388.
Summit also announced that they
will hold a White Elephant and
Blind Bogey Tournament for its
members on Labor Day. Monday,
Sept 1 at 0:00 a.m.

o

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
ff L Pet. GI
New Yerk
Chicago
Boston
Baltimore
Detroit
78 47 .424 -iS
ft .$21 13
M SH 13Vs
59 62 .488 17
59 63
MM
484 V
474 18Vi
443 20
All 2SVi
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
57 44
51 71
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Washington, (N)
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
Kansas City OOP 200 010. .8 10 S
Boston 600 0Q0 44x14 18 0
Garver B. Daley (I), Davis (1),
ana r. uaiey. LP. Garvef
U-9).
'Second Game)
Kansas C. 000 200 000 02
(Boston 001 100000 01 3 7 t
Herbert. (4-6) and Chiti; Bows Bows-field,
field, Bows-field, Wall (i) and White (4). WP
- Wa (7-n.
Cleveland
Washington
202 500 000-9 12 0
ooaooi 000-1 8 0
Grant. 10-10). and Nixon; Ramos,
Clevenger (), Contabbe (4), Ro Ro-monosky
monosky Ro-monosky (8) and Courtney. LP.
Ramos (1-13)..
Chicago
Baltimore
000 100 100-2 8 0
023 000 OOx 5 91
Donovan, Latman 3, QuaJ'ir,
(8) and Lollar: O'Dell, Loes )
and "rTiin'"n, 'n- rqy WP
O'dell (J2-1). LP. Donovan 10 10-12).
12). 10-12). i ,
first Game) '
Detroit 020 000 510-8 1? 1
New York 000 100 10W 6 2
Lary (1312) and Lau; Ditmar,
Trucks (7), Monroe (9) and Ho Ho-ward.
ward. Ho-ward. LP. Ditmar (9-6).
Second Game)
Detroit
New York
010 010 0002 7 i
200 000 001--3 4 1
Moford (3-6) and Wilson: Shante
(7-3) and Berra.
Tournament
Jfta Biley moved past Betty Cole Coleman;
man; Coleman; Maxine Hood beat Mary
Ausnehmer; Fey Day drew a bye;
Pearl Trim defeated Ruth Cher Cherry)
ry) Cherry) Ruth Pmwpn von by default
over Dotty King; Louise Jones' e e-liminated
liminated e-liminated Ruth Riney; and Mag Mag-gi
gi Mag-gi Bajiey drew a bye.
Pairings tor the quarter final
round are:
. Men's Upper Bracket
George Riley vs. Morris Cherr
ry.
Dick Egolf vs.' Jack Shrith.
Men's Lower Brack
Tony'Jankus vs: Frank dsy.
Bob Ausnehmer vs. Ed Turke,
S Women's Division
itch Garrett vs. Velta Sharp,
axine Hood vs. Fay,Dav.
Pearl Trim vs. Ruth Powell.
Louis Jones vs. Maggi Bailey.
Cbfcaoo Bears Nh)
fflfirM Fyhihifitin
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Th
Chicago Bears withstood a
minute 80-yrd rive sparked by
Norm Van Brocklin to defeat
Philadelphia Eagles S Onday'at
13.000 oroe$sional footbs" tann
watched their second exhibition
game of the season.
Chicago scored its second vie vie-tory
tory vie-tory in handinc Philadrlnhia it.
first lost when the Besrs Georgn
Blanda kicked a, 19-yard field goal
loin in lh 1 :
A muddy field, following n all
mornm-g rain as well as a slipbery
ball prevented eithef team front
getting a sustained drive und
way tatll the final minutes.
Vat Brocklin's passing and rwt
nfng matched the ttmtitot 4 Tt'
flrtiftergaek Ed Brown In th
third quarter,- and almost nm.
duced a win three minutes before
thp" finish. f
Several runs, .three Van (Broek (Broek-lin
lin (Broek-lin .heaves, ana his concluding
Plunge advanred the ball 80 yards
to the six.inch line with 30 sec seconds
onds seconds left. Van Brocklin carried
again on the third doWn. l.iD
half yard. When halfliaek Ken
Keller was stopped for no gain,
the Bears took over 10 seconds be before
fore before the final gun.
ChMfo 0 3 0 0-8
Philadelphia 0 o 0 0
Scoring Summary: Chicago Chicago-Field
Field Chicago-Field goal, Blanda ( yards)

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BEGINNING OF THE END Challenger Roy Harris (right,
top) sends a right to the chin of Floyd Patterson in the 12th
touhd of their title fight in Los Angeles. Patterson sees an
opening (center) and counters with an overhead right (bot (bottom)
tom) (bottom) which staggers Harris. Patterson was awarded knockout
when Harris was unable to answer the bell for the-13th round.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

At Auburn, every victory

am m m m m m

AAoanc Naui In

IW1VUU I WWW III

By HARRY. GRAYSON

- .

Balboa Upsets
Marlboro To

Brcdk Ocfldloc

vestigation

FINAL STANDINGS

V

vij i

Teams

Nacional
Marlboro
Cerveza Balboa
Kent

W L Pet.

5 1

4 2 .667

LOS ANGELES (NEA) It's ge t
ting so a young lady can't even
win a bridge tournament without
hpino lt.npet if h nnmAe frnm

Auburn, Ala.

.333;
17

ivt

the one-year
mand.

'Oklahoma"

Saturday result
Nacional 108; Kent 75
Cervera Balboa 96, Marlboro 89
By VICTOR GRAY
The 1958 crown for tfi Panama
Basketball League was handed Na National
tional National on a silver platter Satur

day night when third-place Cerve-

The Fuell cat last year re renewed
newed renewed interest in the lively jock jockeying
eying jockeying for animated talent. The
state has its own Mason-Dixon
division. To the north is eon-

There is situated Alabama Poly- sidered Ba ma territory. Auburn

techini Institute, rated the num- ge's the south. Any infringemein

ber one ootball foundry in the brings a rumble. Fuel! come?
nation this fall. And number from a little town called Gunters Gunters-one,
one, Gunters-one, too, for the gumshoes whoiville in the north,
pad around the country for the n n lot. ,fk ,

National Collegiate Athletic As

sociation, eyes cast tor new W i Z ...r SL ....

vprrihleV and or.u,.rnt IrirU With I "H"""B ir .iuii8uiS

claims, it spent more time than
both the SEC and NCAA investi investigate
gate investigate the whles mess.

This was all more or less ama amateur
teur amateur stuff. After all, they took
no fingerprints. But now the
Fuell family is suing in court ot
take the recruitment tarnish off
the name of Don and restore him
to athletic good graces (he was
ruled out of intercollegiate com competition).
petition). competition). A national magazine
from New York spirited a writer
into town for private investigation

Soon. . but VERY SOON
at
ZIG-ZAG
The long-waited SALE

x

tually agreed upon m the SEC i of its own, then whisked last

end,

za Balboa soundly trou,ncea con- prob(d and reprobed about
tender Marlboro 98 to 49 in tnej h u footDaU taieBt comeS

.nf Km of the scheduled

twin-bill. Nacional having romped
all over haplesi Kent in the open opener
er opener 102 to 75.
New Scoring Mark

year's Auburn All American

'iTuW" EZJZr ?3s5WLiX. raiding party came up Jimmp Phillips, north (with wife

; nuuuiu nu wjucu uim iu ana pxpenses uam ior more in

i n. w, invent. iriioivf lllieMUKauuil.

; Meanwhile, Auburn
three subsequent hu'fs "But they can't
TRen, Auburn 1 from winning."

Auburn, as it's known has been

When substitute Malcolm Sandi Sandi-ford
ford Sandi-ford sank the baiket to put the
score at 100 for Nacional, it was
the first time this year that a
. 1 J I m.hUmA

ciud naa succeeueu m B.Hon
the century in points. During the

present playoff series, this mare
was threatened by Cerveza Balboa
on the first night of the tourney,
as with two minutes of play re remaining
maining remaining they failed to tally the
point to reach the hundred, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Kent, winding up at 99.
The fiants won the clinchtr
without the wnriees of their
Star center and playing coach
"Yuyin" Luicando. When the
first half ended with the win winners
ners winners sporting mere two-point
load, anfi-Nacional fans started
to whoop it up for th underdog
Kent. However, the behemoths
really went to work in the sec second
ond second half, smothering their oppo oppo-nots
nots oppo-nots under an avalanche of ba-kots.

from.

Walt Byars, the NCAA execu executive
tive executive director, got another com

plaint during a meeting with, the
country's collegiate sports publi publicists
cists publicists here. "We've heard through
members," he was told, "that
Mrs. Bill Beckwith won the bridge
prize of our wives' tournament

and demand an immediate investi-

There were
investigati&ns.

proudly
keep us

Faltering Philip!
'hi'tp'r life kt tilled ith bruise
'T.itr world leave home tike new.
' A Clowrtflerls taatt Hie HrM Moo'

Her husband Is the energetic

praise-maker for Auburn football.

The NCAA, it's said, now main maintains
tains maintains headquarters in Kansas
City, New York and Auburn, Ah.
A year ago a former FBI man in
the NCAA employ padded around
town in the guise of an encyclo encyclopedia
pedia encyclopedia salesman. This gained him
entrance into the apartment of

Don Fuell, a college freshman.
There he was able to inspect what
kind of furniture a young man

playing college football could af

ford.

LOS ANGELES, -For a brief;
dramatic whisper of time Monday
night it looked as-if the backwooas
hamlet of Cut And Shoot mignt

replace the Alamo' as Texas' mow

peared on TV fight, and- as a con consequence
sequence consequence was more or less a mys mystery
tery mystery as lar as the boxing world at
large was concerned, had but one
consolation: At least he hadn't

venerated shrine to native vaior been ; counted outrnne ima taken

and battle ardor. Roy Harris iW the champion's best shots and at
i to 6 underdog, ihad felled the j the finish he had still been able

heavyweight champion pf tue
world. .
This surprising, breathless mci.
dent was recorded early in the
econd round. Floyd Patterson took
two quick, short punches to the
uead, a right following a, left, re
lultinf ia a sharp, cleanr knock,
down that1 caused him to blink as
his spotless white sateen trunks
made contact who,, the ring can can-Van...,,
Van...,, can-Van...,, vr '" i
The champion was up at tne
count of four, shaken if notl hurt,
and be "ore the bell sounded TRe
took vrm was prbbab the 'worst
beating of his profession!- career,
a limited ordeal, but nevertheless
a punishing one.
For somo. seconds tjhe part-time
school-teacher kept Patterspn start,
led and abashed, at a distance
with a long jabbing left as he mov moved
ed moved iwiftty, first to the right, then
to the left- Then the champion,
copsitantly nresp'n? forward, mo.
mehtSrily dropped, his guard and
instantly Harris moved in with a
smashing right-hand uppercut that
shook Patterspn to the bottom o(
his. feet.
. Though the immediate results
were not as spectacular as Jit
combination which wrought the
knockddwn, the power content w s
indefinitely greater, and if the
champion wasn't hurt, as he later
claimed, when he went down, this
time he clearly was, and it's iust
possible that if the blow had come
earlier in the round he might have
been in difficulty of a sort.
Roy's Last Throat
As It turned out, however, this
Was to be HartisVJasf threat, his
one and only bf any consequence
for from thw point on, what had
given. prbsiiie of being a tremenri
on? battle, as well as an incredi

He unset, lost all semblance of

tquality. -:
Tn nut it bluntlv. it decenerat

H into a butchery, and when he
challenger's trainer refused o per

rr him to answer the neii tor tne

13th, the onlv protest came from
the lighter himr'f. he couldh'r
cntne home vmh his shie'd he

pleaded to com" home on it.
But bv this time he was cruell

thoroughly beaton. He had been on

loflr four times, he was bp"

ine "rom five rli'frent cuts. He

hn't won a round since the

tmn when he achieve his one.

h'- "lorious moment. For the I."

alf dozen rout"'i he had keot go

" on grit, pride and resolution

s a fl?ht'i" turn io had he

come totally disarmed, help!es

,ti enfi i "'?irit. tt.ir;t
hired 25 year old Texan, who 1

Bevr "''' P borders ;t may well be that he
of his home state, had never ap-iterate Cut And Shoot.

to walk to his corner under nu
own steam.

Back; in his dressing' room hi
Wrigley Field, which is now own

ed by the former Brooklyn Dodg.
ers. Patterson was frankly critical

of the fight he had made. He sain

he hadn't' been able to put hl

punches together and because h
hadn't, Harris was able to lust
longer than he should have. At
the;Same time be admitted liar

rts was a difficult target ... Vev

good on defense. Not ., too easy to

hit." N

This wasn t exactly tha.way W.

saw -.it. Karris' defense could i
have been too' baffling or 'else the
champion would not have lande
as often as he did. And there were
times when he landed fierce, fluid

in clusters, in one series, four
without a return, in another, six.
including a double left.
There were two reasons whv the
champion didn't win more impes
sively or rather more explosively.
One was that he faced a sunerbly
conditioned, astonishingly strong,
utterly fearless opponent. The oth
er was that he missed too often

mostly with long rights that werl'1

designed to brine about the ki'l
The champion won, but in critics
situations he' lacked the poise and

composure which' is the mark of
the polished pro.
Odds Wore Justified
There is no need to go into det
ails on the firht. Except for the
thrilling second round there
ho figh. The overwhelming bet bet-tine
tine bet-tine o8ds were justified by th
tual one sMedness of this affair
At the midway point every bof).
in the ba" park baH to know it
was merely a matter of tim
Would the 'ione"rtd tenacious
challenger eo out in this round oi
in tbo next?
Patterson fought as if he fel' 1
had !"i o',''",!',, ivent hey hey-on''
on'' hey-on'' the w'nning of the fight. T'
validity of h s'ature i heavy
we'ht chemnion was beeinnmu
to be nuestioned because of cal'b
er of v,o righting the
name fighter he was ignoring, cv
be" oreJ to t"n on account
of his manager's long running
fe1"1 with tto llC.
It seemed '6 us tht (Hp 33-vear-old
c"""'1'"". r'" in BrooVlvn
row a restdent of Mount Verno"
Was OVe'nyioil- h-t hp foilg'lt
with a frenzy uncommon o

even nat"rn ityln If
thi wna'vsis is correct it wo"'
exn'in f """ mtfA n!tebes he
)' ,.,v :n, ttjjs in turn would e
tljjn Hi '! ,r ppn
i-nopVniit. As it was, he did evprv
iinn b"t -M!.-,..-i, "nfris, and

did obi i

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The record number of points

were more or less evenly divided

among Nacional's big four, Art

ro Agard with 23, Alfonso Frazer

with 49,, Ramon Reyes witn it,
and Luis Parfaitb with 13. For los losing
ing losing Kent, Bobby Christopher was
the high-ppoint man with 27, fol followed
lowed followed by Elias Colley with 22 and
George Hall1 with 14Y r m t
Carvoia Balboa ft
Marlboro If
In this all important contest
which saw the Beermen snap out
of a four-game losing streak and
brought to an end a string of four
Marlboro victories, coach Echeve Echeve-rria's
rria's Echeve-rria's stalwarts operated like a
well-oiled machine to smother the
championship aspirations of the
last year champions. It was the
third defeat suffered this season

by the Colonites at the bands of

their nemesis.
The contest started with Marl

boro taking an early lead in the
first ten minutes of play, by some
eight points. The Beermen at this
stage began to roll, gradually cut

ting down the advantage, and at

half-time led by a single point, 38

to 37.

Emmett Bryant, who showed up

late was rushed into the fray in
the closing minutes of the first
half and Marlboro money was
seen floating all around the gym
with few takers. However, this
move failed to shake the confi

dence of the Beermen as they

really went to town for the sec second
ond second half, swishing the cords for a
total of 58 points, a new record
for points scored in a period.
Marlboro's Bermudoi, had hi
best night of the sea'sen, scor scoring
ing scoring a teal of 32 points and play playing
ing playing a bang-up game all the
Way. Ernesto Taylor's absence
from the Marlboro lineup hurt
his team immensely. Darie do
Leon with 22 points was the big
men in the Belbea victory, with
Ernesto Davey, winner of the
rookie of the year award, sec second
ond second best with 15 points.
Cerveza Balboa's victory was
indeed a popular one as the over overflow
flow overflow crowd cheered itself horarse
as the game entered its final stag stages.
es. stages. Nacional, which two seasons
previously was known as Gallito,
by virtue of winning the cham-

m

Ralph Jordan

Nowhere in the three and a
half rooms could he find the car
and boat supposed to be stand standard
ard standard equipment for a kind who
played sixth string quarterback
on the frosh squad. Auburn wis
sweating out the last year of what
is known in college circles as an
"Oklahoma probation" the mark
of sin is upon you, but nothing

happens. This was changed to h
bowl ban extending until 1960,
which means less money with
which to lure more young men
in search of education.
Auburn isn't exactly complain complain-ing.
ing. complain-ing. In three years under the 1
probation stigma, the Plainsmen
lost exactly two games unler

which gets underway on Sunday,
Aug. 31, in San Juan, Puerto Ri Rico.
co. Rico. It is hoped by then that player player-coach
coach player-coach Luzcando will have recov recovered
ered recovered from the operation perform

ed on the index finger of his right-

Trouble started for them that
long ago when an unthoughtful
but compassionate Auburn anlm-,
nus slipped wads of green bills
into the pockets o a couple of i
twins named Beaube in a Gads

den, Ala., hotel lobby. They just

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iiim.n squau flc ncui b immhij
Christopher and Cerveza Balboa's
Dario de Leon and Edgardo "Pe "Pe-reza"
reza" "Pe-reza" White.
2
'Tentis' Hall Found
Dead In Colon Bar
Vincent (Tentis) Hell, e form former
er former Juan Franco herSO owner end
a hexing managei and trainer,
yesterdey afternoon wes found
deed In a Colon bar at Fifth
Street end Bolivar Avenue. The
ceuse of death hod net been de determined
termined determined at press time.
Hall's most recent protege Is
the promising bsntemwsight
Hector ificks who Is unbeaten
In his few outings el e pre.

who coyly ducked his eyes. And
lurking behind pillars in the
lobby were scouts from another
Southeastern Conference school,

rumored to exist to the north in ;

Tuscaloosa.
tiudse'n was split down the
middle ("A broken city," says our
scout). Half the town wanted the
twins to go to the University of
Alabama. The other half pre preferred
ferred preferred Auburn. They went to
neither, turned up at Tulsa event eventually
ually eventually and could hardly pUy foot football
ball football worth a lick.
But it came to the attention
of the SEC and later the NCAA
that evil money w involved
and Auburn was severely slapped
with a two-year bowl ban and

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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL lOlfEKY OFflfH

PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA V t
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2059, Sunday, August 24, 1958
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series ''A" ti "B" of 28 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
third Prize

4663
2768
4369

$ 52,000.00
5 15,600.00
$ 7,800 00

No.
SOS3
616.1
02(1.1
S3S3
046.1
S5S3
06S.1
6761
686.1
etsi

Prlze
ir.ii.oo
156.06 I
136.60 I
1S6.06
I .IU. 00
136.06
2,600.0ft
156 .00
156.00
156.00

No.
106.1
116.1
1263
1.163
1463
1563
1663
1763
1863
1963

f
Prizes
156.00
156.00
156.68
156.60
156.66
156.00
2,600.60
IS6.S6
156.08
156.88

No.
2863
2161
2283
2.16.1
2463
2563
2661
276.1
2S83
296.1

I
Prices
156.00
1.16.00
156.88
156.00
156.88
156.88
2,600.66
156.60
156.60
156.88

No.
.1063
118)
126.1
.116.1
1461
3561
1663
1763
1R63
'!W3

f
Prizes
1S6.88
1.16.00
158.88
iS6.ee
156.0ft
156.60
2,606.06
158.00
158.88
158.88

$ $
No. Prizes No. Priees No. Prizes No. Prizes Ne. Prizes
4863 156.88 5863 156.60 6863 156.66 7883 156.88 886.1 158.08
4163 158.88 5163 156.08 6163 156.88 7163 156.60 6163 156.06
63 158.88 5263 156.60 6263 156.86 7283 156.80 S263 156.00
4.163 156.88 5363 156.60 6363 158.86 7363 156.60 8363 15 .08
4463 136.60 546.1 156.66 6463 156.86 7483 156.86 846.1 156.06
4563 156.80 5563 156.88 6563 156.00 7563 116. 0 8563 156.00
4661 52,888.88 5663 2,600.00 666.1 2.8S8.68 7861 2,60r.06 8663 2.600.68
4763 158.88 576.1 156.08 6783 156.66 7763 156.68 8763 156.00
4863 156.86 5883 156.88 686.1 156.0ft 7S63 156.66 8863 lS'.OO
4883 156.88 5883 156.86 6963 15S.N 788S 156.60 I 8963 156.66 1

Approximations Derived From First Prize

4654
4655

S
520.00
528.08

4656
4657

S
526.88
520.06

4658
4639

S -I

528.00
526.86 I

4688
4881

S
526.88
526.88

I 4882 528.88 I 488S 526.88 I 4887 526.88 I 4669 528.88 I
' M 526.06 I 4888 528.88 I 4SSS 526.88 I 4678 526.86

amaat mm m m saaafzam SSSat!
EfJtEMCHi

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V if

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No. Prizes I
966.1 1.16.00 --
9103 156.88 f f
9263 1 .16.00 j 'I
9383 156.88 'J
463 156.88 '
9563 158.88 J 3
9663 2,688.88 B
0761 158.88
9863 156.88
9963 156.88

528.88 I
520.0ft I I

4671
4672

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

- 1 xc
"If? 280 1788 ZM 2 W T6S 288.86 S788 286.H I 6788 288.88 TtS8 268.88 8763 268.88 9768 266.88
2759 130.88 2761 136.88 2763 136.66 2765 136,66 1 2767 136.88 2778 136 68 H iTi Tiaai m
2786 136.88 2762 138.88 2784 36.66 2766 36.68 2768 Vg;j1g7 j g

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

6369

I
156.6

416ft
4361

164.86
164.88

1369
4362
4363

f
156.1

164.66
184.88

2369

4384
4365

156.1

184.86
1 64.0ft

3388

S
156.06

5169

9

156.N I

4368
4367

164.06
164.88

4366
4376

164.88

104.00

I 8S86 156.66 738 156.68 8369 1 56.68 8368 156.68
TI tSeiSS 4i 18 4175 104.00 4377 "lIlOO
' 4372 188.88 4374 164.88 4376 164.88 4278 164.88

PrUe-wirmlng Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The .lst. Panama. 2nd. Colon and 3rd. In Panama.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endinc In S and not Included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.
The whole ticket has flfty.-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" & "B",
Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama, JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
The Representative of the Treasury JOSE MANUEL SILVER A

WITNESSES Mi fuel A. frdeno Ced. 47-239
Ismael Ollvero Ced. 13-104

MARTANO SOTO
Notary Pablie, Panama

PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary

M

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The winning tickets with the last cipher and with tht two last
clohers amlv onlv to the first Prl

The First Prize and the 2nd and 3rd Priyes are drawn seoaratelv. The an

prnxlmatlons are ca'cu'ated on the First. Second and Third prizes In case
a .ticket should carrv the numbers of each prize, the holder Is entitled to
claim payment for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES

First Prize.
Second Prize.
Third Prize.

Sunday, August 24, 1958

Drawlna Number 700

Fraction

Ticket

63
69
69

$11.00 $220.00

3:00
2.00

60.00
40.00

7v Hi!" v1' ,n aecord.nce with th Official List of Panama tn
me otneot of the National Beneflcleot tottery situated on Central Avenue.
PLAN OF fiBDiNin v"rip7ff iNG Vo" 'wTflmrfl vviIl
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY. AUGUST 31. 1958
Divided Ip rwo series of 2f fraction' each denominated "A snd "W

1 First Prize. Series A nH n

i second prize. Series A nd B. of

I nurd Prize. Ser UwA nH n r

18 Approximations. Series A snd B. of
9 Prizes Series A and R of
88 Prlrea. Series A and 1, of
808 Prises. Series A and A of

sk o.sp PRIZE
18 Approximations. Series A and B. of S 66 oo each series
8 Prizes. Series A and R. 01 136.00 each series
THIRD PRIZF
16 Approximations. Series A and It. of 8 12 08 each aeries
Prizes. Sarlea A and B. of .8.06 each series

FIRST PRI7

$26,000 06 each series

7.806 00 each series
3.96ft.no each series
380 no each series
1.. inn 06 each series
78 on earn series
26 06 ach series

S52.0O8 08.
15.808 88 m
7 806 06
9.38S 08
23.408 88
14.848 88
46.SOA a I

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S.341.88

t 1 872.no
1.406 Wl

1874 Prise

Tatal

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Prica of a whole ticket .

Prict of a fifty second part

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS ON TAXES

$ 50

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MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1WI
CLASSIFIED
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FOSTER'S Cortsqes end Lerte
Beach Houm. On mil past the
Cilino Phone Balbos 1866.
CASINO SANTA CLARA MOTEL
CABINS $4.00 per coupe pr
nisht. Housekeeping Qusrters for
Rent: Per night, per week, per
month. If you need housekeep housekeep-itg
itg housekeep-itg quarters bring your own linen.
Inquire Casino Santa Clara. Re Re-icrvation
icrvation Re-icrvation by telephone accepted.
PHILLIPS Oceansiae Coftagei
Santa Clara R de P Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Criitobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Newly built chalet
three bedroom, large living and
dining room, kitchen, garage,
maid's room, big yard. For in information
formation information house No. 11, 88th
street, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet, street 94 San
Francisco and 40th. No. 31.
Three bedrooms living-dining-room,
porch, kitchen and garage,
maid's room with service inde independent,
pendent, independent, for information, call
phone 2-2037. Can be seen from
5 at 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur fur-j
j fur-j nished chalet. Bella Vista No.
' 30, 46th Street. Phone 3-lJi05.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet
in Paitilla. Large yard. $100.00
! month. Box 52, Curundu C. Z.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, living-diningroom
oorch. aarag, street
Santuario
Nacional
No. 4, Tel.
3-2795.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Spacious com comfortable
fortable comfortable rooms, new house 15th
ttreet No. 6, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furnished house house-keeping
keeping house-keeping room, double couch, kit kitchen
chen kitchen cabinet, stove, private bath
and entrance No. 3.52 Th. itreet
Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT : Furnished room t
responsible and;, serious person.
Closet and private service.. AVe AVe-stida
stida AVe-stida lose Gabriel Duque No. 32,
Rear.
Commercial Sites
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Ample
parking apace. Night watchman.
Moderate rents. Balboa Avenue,
next to nuns school. Rieardo A.
Miro S. A. Tel. 2-3436.
GRANTED INJUNCTION
NEW YORK (UPI) -Management
of Unexcelled Chemical
Corp. was granted a temporary
injunction in slate Supreme Court
today restraining certification
votes cast at the company's an annual
nual annual meeting epnding a manage management
ment management suit alleging that insurgents
obtained proxies by "false and
misleading statements."
OUNCE OF PREVENTION
COSELEY, England (UPI)-Po-lice
at the station here, believing
an ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure, have marked the
desk copy of a book called
"Crime Prevention" with large-
lettered words, "not to be taken
way."
RECORDS
Latest releases of an
mayor labels. Panama's
largest selection. 12" LP's
from. 1 .49
TROPELCO, S. A.
45th St. and Via Espana
Tel. 3-1285
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TV-HI-FI
SERVICE
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, sitting-diningroom,
porch, maid's quarter! Price
$110.00. Phone 0351.
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 oh
bedroom apartment $75.00, 44
Street No. 22, Florida Building.
For information Quijano Tel.
2-2718.
FOR RENT: Two modern apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, two bedrooms, hot water,
maid room, near to Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, Campo Alegre, Tel. 2-2341
3-3379.
FOR RENT: 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
Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment Bella Vista, for
months, September, October.
Call 3-3387 after 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Best located email
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, 2 baths, large
sitting, dining room, maid's room
with service, nice playgrounds.
El Csngrejo, call 3-0319 during
office hours
FOR SALE: Three bedrooms
apartment, near Golf Heights and
Coco del Mar. Call 3-2978.
Diablo Club Gives
Slide Show Tonight
On Neighbor La
The Diablo Camera Clublfe
present its final semi month!
slide-talk program of the sun
mer at the USO-JW Armed Force
Service Ctnter, at 7:30 p.m.
The program tonight will en.
compass the neighboring countnr
that border or as near Panama
and will include El Salvador, Gu
temala, Costa Rica, Colombia and
Ecuador. The illustrated leclm
is the selective result of the many
trips made by members of
Diablo Camera Club into the
nearby Conine's.
SlarsHinpjrnnmnnlv Intprpst in
the past several programs beha
ves early attendance to insure
pood visible seating for the pie
gram. There is no admission
charge for the arm.chair-travei
tour to which everyone is in invited.
vited. invited. LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Slates District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Esso Standard Oil. S.A., a Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Alan S. Wallace, De Defendant.
fendant. Defendant. Summons Civil No. 4732. Ac Action
tion Action brought in the United States Dis District
trict District Court for the District of the Ca
nal Zone, and Complaint filed in the
Office of the Clerk of said Court, in
the Division above given.
To:
The Above Named Defendant:
You are hereby required to appear and
answtr the complaint filed against you
in the above-entitled action, op or be before
fore before the 24 day of October, 1058.
And you are hereby notified that un
less you do appear and answer, the
plaintiff will take judgment for any
money or damages demanded in the
complaint as arising upon contract.
will apply to the Court for any other
relief demanded in the Complain!.
It Witness Whereof 1 hereunto set mv
hand and affix the seal of the United
States District Court for the District of
I the fanul 7nn
this 25 day of August,
1958.
Sara de la Pens
Clerk
SEAL
By I oil K. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To: Alan S. Wallace. Defendant:
The foregoing summons is aerved up
on you by publication pursuant to the
Order of the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge of the United States Dis District
trict District Court for the District of the Ca
nal Tone, dated August 22, 1958, and
entered and filed In this action fn the
Office of the Clerk of the Ontred States
District Court tor the Division of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa on August 22. 158.
Sara de la Pefta
Clerk
By IaiU E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
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Beside the Bella vKu Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Late model MG-TD,
duty paid, excellent condition,
recent overhaul, motor, brakes,
transmission perfect, top, tiret,
upholstery, 10 coats. Hand rub rubber
ber rubber lacquer, can be financed.
Call 2-1870 office hours, 3 3-1252
1252 3-1252 after hours.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 4 door
sedan, 1953, one owner, 4 new
tires, low mileage, excellent
condition. Dynaflow, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, E-Z Eye glass. Call 83-4122.
FOR SALE: 1955 Oldsmobila
"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'
tons (Black & Cream) 2 -door
Chrysler "New Yorker" 1957
automatic (burton) 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.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1957 Dodge Town
wagon, Vi ton. Only 6200 miles.
Phone Balboa 2485.
NEW NAVY CHAPLAIN Cmdr
James A. Whitman, ot Moscow,
Ida., and Maryville, MO., a mem
ber of the American uapust
Church, is the new Chaplain a'
the 15th Naval District, a veter
an of more than 16 years ot na
val service. Chaplain Whitman and
his wife, Opal Lucille, are resf
ing at Rodman with their daugh.
ter and two sons.
Funeral Services
Held Saturday or
Mrs. C. Cunninaham
Following sm'lces hell at the
San Miguel Catholic Church,
the remains the late Mrs.
Claris Steven.-, Cunninghvn was
buried last turds y aft -moon
at the Pueblo Nuevo cjrcetery.
Mrs. Cunnini ham ril last
Wednesday at tie Santo Tomas
hospital.
A former resident of Paralso
and Red Tank, she was very
popular throughout the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus.
In addition to 10 children, she
is survived by her husband,
Henry Cunningham; mother
Mrs. Albertha Toppin; five sis sisters:
ters: sisters: Mrs. Lena South, Mrs. Er Ermine'
mine' Ermine' Noel, Mrs. Hazeltlne Wat-
ler, Misses ina ana Aioenna
Stevens; four brothers: Cleve
land, Erick, Clemente and Rode Roderick
rick Roderick Stevens.
WHAT IS
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ANSWER WILL APPEAR
ON AUGUST 27th IN
THIS PAPER!

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Miscellaneous

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.
FOR SALE: Photo, hobby, out outfit.
fit. outfit. $20. Dishes, $1. Call 2 2-4497.
4497. 2-4497. Ancon, Bldg. No. 0589-A.
FOR SALE: Household goods,
ladies winter clothing, early
morning or after six Balboa 1 309.
REDS SEIZE 'SPIES'
LONDON, (UPI) Communist
Chinese authorities have seized
six "spies" of the Nationalist re regime
gime regime from merchant ships flying
the British flag, Peiping radio re reported
ported reported today. The broadcast, mo monitored
nitored monitored here, said the ships were
from Hong Kong and belonged to
the Chun Cheong Steam Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Co. It said the alleged spies
were arrested in Swatow and
Whampoa.
SECOND ACCIDENT
LOS ANGELES, Calif., (UPI)
Actress Janet Leigh, whose baby
is expected soon, was taken to
UCLA Medical Center today alt alter
er alter a minor traffic accident, Jt
was her second such accident
this month.
The film star, wife of actor T
ny Curtis, was released from the
hospital after a doctor examined
her and found that she apparent apparently
ly apparently was in no danger of losing her
baby.
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the McLevj way Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators tor ladle
and gentlemen. Get results.
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Services "SCHOLL'S" i
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Tel. 3-221T
HI Fl RECORDS
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3313 R.P.M.
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. No. A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nile until 9:00 p.m.
-PLACE YOUR ORDER FOB AN
RECORD YOV WISH.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August IS to Sept. 15
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evevy Tues. and Frl.
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-16G1
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
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General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 0552
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FOR SALE: Duncan Phyfe Style
blend mahogany diningroom let
consisting of dropletf table, but-
tel, six chairs, with tapestry
cushions, and chest for silver and
crystal. Perfect condition. No.
5711-C Shonts Street, Diablo.
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 suit doble bed chest of
drawers, bureau with mirror. Call
83-4122.
FOR SALE: 8 cu. ft. all por porcelain
celain porcelain Frigidaire, new unit for
quick sale, $60.00, 60 cycles,
2 metal beds J4 cotton mat mattress
tress mattress $25.00. 1 metal dresser,
1 bamboo chair 587, Bayano
Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Leaving must sell
on 9 piece, dining room set,
cream color, two living room
chairs. Ave. Nacional No. 34,
Apto. 9. Tel. 3-3404.
FOR SALE: Easy spindrier, 60
cycle, $70. .00, chest of drawers,
$6.00, sofa spring frame, $5.00,
all excellent condition, also
small China cabinet, $3.00,
redwood 6 ft porch shade $1.00,
750-B, Balboa Road,-Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3745.
FOR SALE: Leaving must sell
one 9 piece, dining room set,
cream color, two living room
chairs. Ave. Nacional No. 36,
Apto. 9.
FOR SALE: 3 pc. living room
set, mahogany, cream plastic
cushions, $125. House 6418
Los Rios, phone Balboa 3549
after 4 p.m.
NEW INDUSTRIAL MANAGER
Cmdr. Robert P. Slump, .vim
holds a bachelor's degree in elec electrical
trical electrical engineering, it this new In
dustrial Manager for the 15th Na
val District. He has more than 16
years of naval service and was
accompamrid to tne istnmus u.
his wife, Marion.
Albrook Flyers Top
Fl. Clayton To Gain
On Idle Fl. Kobbe
The Albrook AFB Fivers picked
uo ground on the idle Kobbe Reg
ular by defeating thP Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Cavaliers 85-80 at Clayon''
Refder Gymnasium Saturday
night.
The Flyers iumiprl into a 24.12
opening period lead and h"
coasted on in as Dayton rallied
sevral times to cut the maw
to five or six mints hut w e r-e
nevpr really close' again. Oavv."
milht have hir" tho tido if thev
had bpn sharp from the fro?
ttrow line but they madp or1-'
six out of fr- sots. Albrook
rmtspored them by nine ooints
the fr" throw line tossing in 15
out of 30.
F.mmett Rrvant anH t loyrl Hn
wood were the ip "tins 'n It-e
Flyer attarv ,..jtj, ? rH 2? tal tallies
lies tallies resnectiveiy. Gerald Patrie
added 11 markers.
H'ram Cushinerrv was h "cn"
(r,ff niAr.r Pl-vtP" 27 tal-
is. TVMr C'oasoi. Vi'bt"" r
da ant Pa '"'n-ictim tnssrl in 14,
13 and 12 points resoeetlvely.
Fridav ninht the Armv Atlantic
.Bushmasters outseored Nav ;
40 in tne last ha ir to rack up a
92-7"!, win at the Ft. Davis Gym
nasium.
Bit John Foster was the
PCOrpr for rr"- Ati-nt'e wltn-28
markers Don Myers with 1"
Stallworth m td Larry"
?epves with 0 aided the AA
tack. Hee"ps smrert u of his
points in the final stanza.
Guard Matt Johnson Was the
big man for Navy with 31 no;
He connected for 15 out of 20 free

Boats b Motors

Boat with cabin suitable for off
shore fishing. 22 28 feat.
Write P.O. Box 405 Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador giving details or call 2332
prior 1800 (6 PM).
FOR SALE : 20 foot keel sloops
"Susannah" 5 p h. Johnson out outboard
board outboard included'. $525.00 at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Yabt Club, V. Whitehood,
Tel. 2-3014.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1956 BSA motor motor-cyii
cyii motor-cyii e $175. Good condition.
Phone S3-4137 qtrs. 662-A Cur.
Hts.
DAG VISITS ROME
ROME. (UPI) U.N. Secretary
General Dag Hamraerskjold wijl
stop here for 55 minutes on his
way from New York to Beirut to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, the United Nations Rome
Information Center announced today.

South Africa s Strict Segregationist

Prime Minister Stridjom Succumbs

CAPETOWN, South Africa (II (II-PI;
PI; (II-PI; Prime Minister Johanee G.
the country's ruling National Par Par-Stridjon
Stridjon Par-Stridjon died yesterday and teti
ty temporarily without a helms helmsman
man helmsman for its staunchly segregation
. ... , ... j
Stndjon, 65, naa sunereu uom
heart trouble for many years, tie
entered the hospital late lasi
month in need of a "complete
rest," rallied briefly and then
succumbed to a lung complication
that hastened his death.
An international political storm
swirled about his racial policies
during bis premiership, although
the Africaners, non-English-speaking
whites, gave him overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming moral and, ballot box support.
tne nauuns newspapers, aunusb
all of his political persuasion,
printed lengthy eulogies in special
editions yesterday.
Iniree men ippea'red to" be at
the top1 of the list of candidates
to succeed him: Minister of Jus Justice
tice Justice and Acting Premier Charles
Swart, Interior Minister Theodor
Donges and Native Affairs Minis Minister
ter Minister Dr. Hendrik Verwoerd.
Political sources said Verwoerd,
who is chief administrator of th
apartheid programs in which ha
believes deeply, is almost sure to
get the nod.
All are committed to uphold
South Africa's separation of th
races apartheid.
South Africa is a multi racial
nation of a bout 14 'million persons.
Only three million are white and
they are the only voters.
Strijdom set a tone of auster austerity,
ity, austerity, harshness apd inaccessibility
in his four year' stewardship. H
was a fiery speaker and did not
indulge in baby-kissing or back back-slapping.
slapping. back-slapping. At death, S t r i j d o m weighed
barely 100 pounds due to the de
bilitating nature of his illness. He
made his last public appearance
in the House of Assembly July 8.
Record
Headquarters
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New records arrive
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Panama's one stock re record
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TEL. 3-1285
MORE
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with
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tor that
COOL FEELING
ON SALE IN
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Almaoen 5 & 10 Centavos
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A I ni a cell rs P. X.
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Supermercado Rlbft Smith
omisariato Bella Vista
i A vii): Gonzales Ke villa
SONA: Isabel de Chonj
PUERTO ARMVELLES:

Aulusto Urrntia

WANTED: Female bilingual
secretary with experience. Good
I. alary. Kve working days S
week. Box 525, Colon.

WANTED : Bilingual secretary
shorthand, also comptometry.
Servicios y Colocaciones 3-7028,
Camera de Comercio.
WANTED : Sales Manager for
well, established firm. Good op opportunity
portunity opportunity for right person. Write
giving full particulars, including
photo, "Sales Manager" P. O.
Box 93, Colon.
Would like to place my laun laundress.
dress. laundress. Honest and dependable has
been with present employer 11
years. Call 83-4122.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: 3000 meters of
land on Nuevo Arraijon, high highway
way highway Ave. Central 2919. Tel.
3-1016.
Although he was born in Cape
Province, which has a tradition of
"liberalism," Strijdom moved to
Transvaal as a young man and
sopn became a symbol of the in intransigent
transigent intransigent north.
He was elected to Parliament
. -, .......
rrom tne Transvaal community oi
waterberg m 19Z8 ana in i54
was elected South Africa's fifth
premier since the Act of Union
in 1910.
His tight-lipped, ascetic face be became
came became the sign Of unbending na nationalism
tionalism nationalism and racial segregation
which has dominated South Afri African
can African politics ever since Marshal
Jan Christian Smuts suffered his
surprise defeat in 1948
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DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTQBAL, C.Z.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
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WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
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TELEVISION SERVICI
Prompt service
fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
I
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call Williams 4V Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-511).
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
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Panama 3-7977 or Colon 177-
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 plus part (local calls
only). No charge far calls if not
repaired in your home. Phone 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television, Inc. 9:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.
m. Saturdays.
Domestic Employment
Available: Spanish speaking
maid, can cook. Exceptionally
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after 5 p.m.
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As Faubus Seeks Right To Close Schools ..
Warren orders supreme court
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Negro Students Plan To Register Tomorrow
Unless Records Transferred From Central High
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UPI) The Supreme Court today was summoned into special session Thursday to'
deal with the Little Rock school dispute.
A court spokesman announced the high tribunal will meet at noon Thursday to hear a petition on behalf of
Negro students that they be allowed to attend the Little Rock, Ark., Central High School when it opens Sept. 2.
A legal move to allow integration at the school wh en it opens next month has been filed by the National As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The announcement said Chief Justice Earl Warren anounced the special session after consulting with other
members of the court.

Meanwhile in Little Rork.J
Gov. Orval E. Faubus drew up j
today lor presentation to a spe special
cial special session of the legislature!
tomorrow, a bill that would al-1
low him to close Central High i
School by proclamation to pre-!
vent its 'integration.
He declined to comment on!
Wairens summoning the Su
preme Court into special ses session.
sion. session. Faubus exptcts the 'cgis 'cgis-latun
latun 'cgis-latun to have passed y
Thursday laws necessary to
keep Negroes out of Central
no matter what the Supreme
Court does.
The heart of his legislative
program is a bill to alio '' urn
to close a school by simple pro proclamation.
clamation. proclamation. He rejected f pro proposal
posal proposal to close schools by re referendum.
ferendum. referendum. The legislature meets
at 11 a.m. tomorrow.
"Closing down the schools
Is no problem," a source close
to Faubus said. "The problem
is how to reopen them as
private schools, who will be
Responsible for them and who
will open them.
"We can try to open them up
as private schools or pIIow the
kids to transfer to another dis district.
trict. district.
. "We are still working on a
way to finance this through
state aid. We might give aid to
the; district to which kids trans transferred.
ferred. transferred. We considered an ad
valorem tax, but the constitu constitution
tion constitution is against it."
Meanwhile an NAACP spokes spokesman
man spokesman said seven of the nine Ne Negroes
groes Negroes who attended Central
Holiday, Commuter
Trains In Crash
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(Tjpi) An !o?'ied with
bn''davmakers ripped into an
triv cim mntr'- '' ) ni Vjnh spetvl
brp today, killing and rnairrn rnairrn-m
m rnairrn-m "y nas"'"
The latest toll, according to r
road spo. si s x !cad and
SI injuried. II was leared
bodies woulfi hr i in the tan
gled wreckage, and several ol
hospitalized were reported in
"serious condition."
Railroad officals slaid only a
miracle prevented an all tune
high death toll. Both-' trains w"ere
crowded.
Eastlournr Mavor John How!?it
told newsmen at the scene: "1
not imagine how mjc'i ? 'hing could
happen with one train barely
lug the station an I ihr o'her con coning
ing coning in on same platform."
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irk., sits in front of the school.
noped there would be none this
Appeals granted a stay in an
gro students on opening day,
High last year under the pro protection
tection protection of the 101st Airborne
Division will register tomorrow
unless they are advised before beforehand
hand beforehand that their records have
been transferred to Horace
Mann (Negro) School.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
nren;rcd by the Meteorological
and Hyrirngranhir. Branch of the
Panaina Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
Ti MPEBATURK:
High 88 85
Low 75 75
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Prickett, 16, a junior at Central High School In Llttte Rock,
Linda said she had five Negroes In her class last year, and
year. While this picture was being taken, the U.S. Court of

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Negroes at a -large soda fountain in Oklahoma City. The group
of would-be customers sat at the counter for more than an
hour. Later, NAACP youths demonstrated against the store's
policy to no avail.

Russia Building Huge Fleet
Of Subs At 100-a-Year Rate

LONDON (UPI) Russia is
building up powerful submarine
striking forces at Die rale of about
100 new vessels a year in a mas massive
sive massive challenge lo Western naval
supremacy in the Mediterranean
and the Far East, intelligence
sources, said today.
The sources said these Soviet
underseas forces may so6n poso ;i
major threat to the U. S. 6th and
7th Fleets. They said that al although
though although the United States apparent apparently
ly apparently is alone in the nuclear subma submarine
rine submarine fied the sheer weight of
numbers favors Russia.
The Soviet Union, according to
the best Western estimates, al already
ready already has a orce of about 500
submarines. This is more than
Nazi Germany ever had at the
peak of its World War II U-boat
campaign and about nine times
the size of the U-boat force with
which Hitler started the war.
Western intelligence estimates
indicate the Russians now ire
rushing a submarine construction
program at the rate of about 10
a year. The ultimate Soviet goal
may be 1,000 or even 1,200 sub submarines,
marines, submarines, Western experts believe.
The Russians themselves gave
the West t pointed warning last

the aoorg or the scnooi to ne

I week of the submarine meance
! they are building up.
A tak force of four Russia''
subs and an other ship sailed
down the English Channel Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday right through Ihe British ra-
dar tracking screens.
The subs belonged to Ihe latest
, "W" class 1,500-ton craft armed
with twin three-inch guns and anti-
, aircraft guns. They have a range
I of up to 20,000 miles.
The fact that the subs moved
at a leisurely pace down the chan channel
nel channel on the surface howed that
j Russia wanted the West to know
they were on the move.
There were various theories
! about the ultimate destination of
:the Soviet underseas fleet.
une was mat ine suns were on
nel on the surface showed thai
Russia sold to Egypt last year.
Another lheorb5was that they were
heading for the base Russia was
; reported to have built at Saseno
j Island off the coast of Communist
Albania.
Some intelligence sources be be-jlievcd,
jlievcd, be-jlievcd, however; 'hat the Soviet
subs were en route to Vladivo
stok, Russia's main Far East
naval base, as a new challenge
to the U. S. 7th Fleet in the Pa Pacific.
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TURNED DOWN Patricia Godbolt, 16, leaves Federal Court
in Norfdlk, Va., after a hearing on school integration At the
hearing, the cnairman of the Norfolk School Board testified
that the ooard rejected her application to attend a whits
school because of her race,
Bottles, Knives, Razors, Clubs
Go To Work In English Race Riot

NOTTINGHAM, England, Aug.
25 (UPI) Special police squads
patroled this Midlands indus industrial
trial industrial city today to prevent a re-
Research Ladies
Just Didn't Ask
How Others Slept
WASHINGTON,-(UPI) Flttymine
nine per cent of America's men.
folk Sleep in pajamas.
What if anything the remain
ing 41 per cent war in bed is
a subject resolutely shunned by
Miss Trienah Meyers and her coi
leagues in the MarRet Develop Development
ment Development Branch of the Agriculture
Department's Marketing Research
Division.
"All I can say is that we didn't
ask," Miss Meyers said with a
resigned sort of sigh.
Miss Meyers was in charge of
a recently.completed governnie.it
study on men's preferences for
various fabrics in a number o
standard clothing items.
For some items, like Bermuda
shorts; the government investiga
tors sought detailed information
on when, where, and how one:
the garments were worn. For
pajamas, however, Miss Meyers
said the questionnaire was re
stricted to queries about owner ownership
ship ownership and fabric.
The survey showed that the
more education and income a
man has, the more likely he i
to wear pajamas.
Only 47 per cent of all men
with education limited to gram grammar
mar grammar school reported wearing pa pajamas,
jamas, pajamas, compared with a 75 per
cent pajama score for college
graduates. Low.income groups re.
ported a 48 per cent pajama
record compared with 65 per cent
for high-income men.
And what about those non non-pajama
pajama non-pajama men? The government
doesn't know anything about
their sleeping habits and Miss
Meyers hinted strongly the Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Department doesn't in intend
tend intend to look into the subject.
REDS SPOT PENGUINS
MOSCOW (UPI) A colony of
several thousand Emperor Pen Penguins
guins Penguins has been discovered by Rus Russian
sian Russian biologists in the Antarctic,
the Soviet news agency Tass re re-nnrteH
nnrteH re-nnrteH tndav Onlv a few erxups
of the giant sized penguins had
! been known to exist before biolo biolo-!
! biolo-! gists at the Mirney Observatory
i in the Antarctic spotted the colo colo-jny.
jny. colo-jny. It was located hear the wwt wwt-lern
lern wwt-lern shelf glacier, about 200 miles
!from Mirny.
LAST PLANE DEPARTS
BONN, Germany (UPI) Th
last of 14 chartered Super-Con
stellations airliners in an emer emergency
gency emergency "air bridge" to Johannes Johannesburg
burg Johannesburg left here today carrying
special insecticides to combat a
plague of plant lice in South Afri African
can African grain fields. The plague was
said to have been the worst in
South Africa's history.

newa! of Saturday night'"? race
riot in which hundreds of
whites and Negroes fought a
series of running battles.
Dozens of persons were injur injured
ed injured by bottles, knives, razors and
clubs.
Eight white men, including
a policeman, were taken to
hospitals.
Thirty-seven stitches were
needed to close a razor slash
in one man's throat. Two
others had more than- a doz dozen
en dozen stitches each to close back
stab wounds. ;
No Necroes were taken t.n the

hospital.
Police said "several" NcWTnea
were "removed from the area
lor their own safety."
Most of the injuries were suf suffered
fered suffered in a few minutes of fierce
fitrhtinc hut : It. xuai several
hours before scores of police
with does and firenw'n with
hoses could restore order.
immediate cause of the out outbreak
break outbreak was not clear, but a po police
lice police Official said "this t.rnnhle
between the two factions has
been brewing up over the past
week because of fights between
them."
Several persons who live or
work in the neighborhood
saitt there had been trouble
or jealousy over colored men
dating white wonteni
A cafe owner explained:
iucic lias Dcen Daa jfliooa in
this area between 'Teddy Boys'
and Negroes for months, and
Saturday night it cajhe1 to a
head. , m-
Some of the Negroes live off
white women, and 'a lot of Ted Teddy
dy Teddy Boys would -.like" 'to. It's as
simple as that." "j ;
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through coded date today in an effort to determine why its
dependable Jupiter C rocket failed to put Explorer V Into orbit
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"Apparently the trouble was
the source said yesterday, "but
two before we can find out what
Scientists sent Explorer V. into
the heavens with sensitive instru instruments
ments instruments designed to unlock more
secrets of the heavy radiation
band that Explorer IV encounter encountered
ed encountered about 600 miles from the earth.
This "hot" canopy currtntly is
one of the biggesr apparent ob obstacles
stacles obstacles to manner! uut link
If it had orbitted along the-
vuuisc ci uui ior h, me new
moon would have gone farther
from the earth at its aogee, ur
highest point, than any of the Rus.
sian or American satellites launch launched
ed launched thus far.
Scientists had hoped to learn
whether the radiation bombard bombardment
ment bombardment is made I in nf nfntnnc m
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electrons, according to George
Killings Begin Again
On Island Of Cyprus
After 3-Week Truce
NICOSIA. Cvnms rt!PT ThA
ambush killing of three Greek
Cypriots by British troops threat threatened
ened threatened today to upset a three three-week
week three-week old truce nn this tronorle.l
Mediterranean Island colony.
week flags flew at half staif
and church bells tolled in mourn mourning
ing mourning in the town of Lyssi yester yesterday
day yesterday as angry black-clad crowds
gathered to discuss Saturday
night's killings.
The three Greek Cypriots, al
members of the EOKA under underground
ground underground army, were shot in an ex
change of five with the trooos of
the Rnval TTlstir Rifles. The hun
battle occurred near Lyssi, a vil
lage on the Nicosia.Fmagusta road
which 'long has been an EOKA
stronghold. One British soldier
was wounded.
EOKA leader George Grivas
warned when he proclaimed the
truce" on Aug. 4 that "provocations
by the security forces won (
force him to revoke his order
against killing Englishmen.
.British officials disclosed that in
Saturday night's action, two pa patrols
trols patrols of the Royal Ulster Rifles Rifles-each
each Rifles-each consisting of a corporal and
four men took up ambush posi positions
tions positions outside the village.
The officials said three EOKA
men wheeling bicycles came be between,
tween, between, the patrols. One o: the pa patrols
trols patrols and members of the EOKA
group opened fire on each other.
One of. the Greek Cypriots was
killed instantly and a British sol soldier
dier soldier was wounded, in the arm. The
two other Cypriots tried to escape
from the trapbut were killed by
gunfire from the second British
patrol.
A British security officer said
Sunday that the three Cypriots ap appeared
peared appeared to have been transferring
a supply of arms and explosives
from one position to another.
All three of the dead men had
been wanted by police.
RECOMMEND PAY HIKE
LONDON (UPI) A special
court of inquiery today recom recommended
mended recommended a pay increase of -1.04
weekly for Britain 100,000 dock dock-workers.
workers. dock-workers. The court was set up by
mutual consent of dockworkers'
unions and. employers several
weeks ago when negotiations
broke down on union demands for
unspecified pay increases.
Relaxing from the hustle and
Italy, Amlntore Fanfam spends
Rome. -Son Giorgio, 6, on or
a little kibiUing.

in one of the upper stages,"
it will be at least a day or
happened.''

Ludwig; University of Iowa scien scientist
tist scientist who designed instrumentation
for all the Explorers sent up to
date. If they are protons, Ludwig
said, man could absorb a lethal
aose in tess than five hours.
Thr W, Jpitr C its
launehina oad h. .is
nd, th army's first announc
ment was that it "appeared ta
fonefion normally"
But three and ahalf hours i lat later,
er, later, the Army reported from Wash Washington
ington Washington that signals from the tube tube-shaped
shaped tube-shaped satellite failed to come in
after the first few minutes.
'Tha satellite did not achitvt
n orW, the official statement
said.
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