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CANADIAN WHISKY 3
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PARKING PROBLEM Sgt. H. J. Schwegman sees spots be before
fore before his eyes as one of the Cydimon Fulgens species settles on
his hose.' Each year about this time swarms of the pretty
green and black moths cross Panama as. they migrate from
west to east, in an area between Mexico and Ecuador. Old Old-timers
timers Old-timers think the flying visitors are moie numerous than ever
this year. Schwegman is a supply sergeant with the U.S. Army
Caribbean Signal Section pictorial divnson (U.S. Army Photo)
Ike Gratified By Soviet Olt
For Nuclear Tesf Bgn Talks
NEWPORT, R.I., Aug. 30 (UPI) .President Eisenhower was
reported gratified today that Russia has agreed to open talks
Oct. 31 on panning nuciear icsis.
as i site for the .talks.
Hilt tne TV HHP oue si me
(end the onenini of such talks. W
Icnend on how they wmPI',
The White Mouse said it
would be sent to such talks at first. . i
White House press secretary James C. Ha?erty said the
president "hopes that as a resuR of the negotiations... a work workable
able workable agreement can be reached" among Russia, Britain and the
United States for banning hjclear Weapons tests.
Hagerty said the President was
Informed promptly last night
that Premier' .Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev had accepted the Britisn Britisn-U.S
U.S Britisn-U.S proposal of last week that
talks be opened Oct. 31 on a nu nuclear
clear nuclear test ban.
"The Presldeht was gratinefli
Khrushchev left the door open
for Russia to resume testing it?
own H-bombs tmUl an East-West
agreement is reached.
He said in an interview with
the Communist Party organ
Pfavda today that Oct. 31 the
date proposed by Eisenhower
and British Premier Harold Mac -millan
Aug. 22 lor a one -year
test ban-r-suited Russia.
But he added that although
the Russians wfte prepared to
go to Geneva for the talks, the
proposal for a one-year halt
while plans to endorse a more
long-standing agreement were
worked out was inadequate.
"The temporary suspension of
tests for a year mentioned by
To Call NATO Meet
REYKJAVIK, Aug. 30 (UPIV -Foreign
Minisle Gndmundur Gud Gud-mundsson
mundsson Gud-mundsson today refused to i Mil
to discuss a possible threat to Ice Iceland's
land's Iceland's s'overeigtfv which might a a-rise
rise a-rise out of aligning limits dis dispute.
pute. dispute. He answered a call by opposi
lion Conservatives for NATO help
by saying "it is hard to believe
that Allied nations would use
force (against Iceland) to press
Gundmundssoift's reply was pub published
lished published in the Social emocratic
Party Organ Althydubladet todaj
one day before Iceland is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to formally extend its coast
1 limits from our to 12 miles.
that Iceland exjp'ained ib deter
mination to enforce me new
twelve mile limit at the NATO
foreign ministnss meeting at Co Copenhagen
penhagen Copenhagen in May.
NEW DELhI India (UPI)
India; second oily to Communist
China in population, is appointing
census officials for the staggering
Jfjm or censirs count in tiifil.
Th. last colnt taken in K'v
refnrtcd 356,89,485 person? if
India. Officialal expect the popu population
lation population will balr over 400,000,000
Panama 2-0975 Colon 171
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attended later would
expected that only exjrrts
the United States and Britain
has no significance," he said
"because this is exactly the time
needed to prepare the next se series
ries series of nuclear tests."
At the same time Khrushchev
warned that Russia no longer
considered itself bound by its
March 31 pledge to halt its own
tests, because the U.S. and Brit Britain
ain Britain have continued theirs.
Sight Off Hawaii
By Naval Units
HONOLULU (UPI) -Navy
sources said today an unidenti
fied submarine was detected in
Hawaiian waters last night ana
Navy anti-submarine units were
alerted but unable -to track down
A Navy spokesman for the 14th
Naval Dist. said he had "no spe
cific comment in this ailc--a
submarine contact." But he added
that the Hawaiian sea frontier was
engaged in a passive de ense ex
ercise which could have caused
He refused to state specifically
whether the contact was or was
not part of the maneuvers.
Navy sources said the contact
was made at around 8 o'clock on
last night by a patrolling destroy
er ana Dotn suriace and atr u-
nits were called in on the sean
but were unable to regain con
tact with the sub.
CAMBODIANS IN SUM
PNOMPENH, Cambodia (UPI)
A Cambodian delegation head
ed by Minister of External Af
.'airs Son Sann left Pnompenh by
air yesterday for talks with Siam
ese government officials in Bank-
ok. Son Sann told newsmen the
talks would range over a wide
field, including railroad comun. ca
tions, frontier problems, and eco
New Ydrk DA
I NEW YORK (UPI)-Dlstrict At Attorney
torney Attorney Frank Hdgan said he would
question today the producers f
the big money TV quiz show
"Twenty One" and the former
contestant who charges he wat
The show's producers, Jack Bar Barry
ry Barry and Dan Enright, said lust
eight they would "present docu documentary
mentary documentary evidence" showitig
charges by former contestant Her Herbert
bert Herbert Stempel are "entirely spuri spurious
ous spurious and malicious." They said the
evidence will include "statements
documentary evidence" showing
vet-unnamed quiz hows besides
1 "Twenty-One" and the defunct
mi. .mr w ;t,rv
account, the Census Depart- SB
ment announced yesterday.
Several organizations have of-
fered cash donations in addition
to food and clothing for the
child whose birth will bring Pan- M
Authorities today considered as
"extremely grav"Jat in increase
crease increase in the number of automo automobile
bile automobile thefts in Panama City" de despite
spite despite constant police vigilance.
Some of the thefts have occur
red in the daytime.
Police are said to be on the
trail ot vAe- bwd which la con
ducting the thefts.
There Is still ho sign of an
agreement between the manage management
ment management of the Star and Herald and
the printing staff Of the paper,
which has been on strike for two
weeks. Th men are protesting
the withdrawal of a conceagion
by the management which guar
anteed eleht hours pay ior a
normal seven hours working
night shift since they hava re
ceived; a pay raise recently,
So far the strike is confined to
the printers of the newspaper
The lobbing department Is still
Announces 41 Jobs
With PanCanal Co.
Forty -one positions are now a-
vailable with the canal organi
zfttion on both aides of the Isth
mus, according to the regular
transfer-vacancy bulletin issued
by the Personnel Bureau.
six are ooen in the office of
the Comptroller on the Pacific
side for miscellaneous office ma
chine operators; two are for
wiremen helpers in the Electrical
Division; and two are for substi
tute distribution or window
clerks in the Postal Division
Other types of work listed are
for automotive machinist, wood
And steel carman, clerical, dint
ca! social worker, cost "accountin?
clerk, locomotive enfmir, fito
clerk, buildings and! equipment
foreman, general engineer, Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division lead foreman
quarters' maintenance, marine
machinist, refrigeration and air
conditioning mechanic, occupa occupational
tional occupational therapist, bookkeeping,
machine operator, lock operator,
physical therapist, recreational
leader, typewriter "repairman,
staff nurse, time and leave clerk,
postal window clerk and electri
Investigates Charge That Quiz Show Is Fake
show "Dotto," said he would ques question
tion question about a dozen persons today
about charges of rigging.
Hogan said yesterday he has no
found any evidence that would re require
quire require grand jury action, tie said
there did riot appear to he any
law against fixing a quiz show un unless
less unless it could be shown the spon sponsor
sor sponsor had been defrauded.
"I don't think the people view viewing
ing viewing have 4ny basis to lodvt a
complaint under the penal law al although
though although they have a right to be
ancry," he (fid.
Hogan said if it proves to be
true some shows were fixed "it
might be reper to recommend
legislation or to send the matter
PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1958
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i..f. 5 t0 tut to? toa2 s poison done its work- Old Charlie was always
the last one to leave the barracks hen. a formation was called and took his place to the
rear of the company He made all the road marches with the men, and recently when the
noL"8!. ,r0Ute of 'L0 new road for variety- Old Charlie didn't like it
ji.om.1i iuic uvci
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 (UPI)
The Defense Department will
take its first "important step" in
reorganization next Monday
when its new joint staff formal
ly begins operations.
A top Pentagon official said
yesterday President Eisenhower
had approved plana for setting
up the general staff system pro
vided for in the defense reorgan
ization bill Which became law on
Aug. 6. ; m
Frank Y. Thompson,
Retired PC Employe,
Dies In Gorgas
Frank Y. Thompson, Retired em employe
ploye employe whose service with the C.j-
nal organization dates back to
1905, die" it 6:3n Saturday morn morning
ing morning at Gor?as Hospital. He wac
70 years old.
A holder of th Roosevelt Med Medal
al Medal for Canal construction service,
Mr. Thompson at the time of his
death was a member the Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt advisojry commit committee
tee committee appointed by G6v. w. E. Pol
ter to develop plans for the Ca
rial Zone observance of the Thee
dore Roosevelt centennial year
Born in Nashville, Tenn. Mr.
Thompson first joined the Catiai
organization in 1805 as a conduc conductor
tor conductor on the Panama Railroad He
later joined the Supply Division
Where he was serving at the time
of his retirement in 145.
Surviving are his wile of Cam Cam-boa
boa Cam-boa and one brother jnf Bowluwj
lo the edral UomMumcations
The National Broadcasting Com Company,
pany, Company, which carries "fwenty-One"
said last night the chaises made
y Stempel "'irst li'iHt to our
Mention over a year ffO."
"At that time we qgade an in investigation
vestigation investigation and found them (he
charges) to be utterly baseless
ai.d untrue,' NBC "We urc
completely convinced w the integ integrity
rity integrity of 'Twenty -One' at a program
nd of the Integr :.v ol its pro
ducers, Barry and Enright."
Stempel won $60,000 on the pro pro-warn
warn pro-warn be ore he lost to Charh
Van Doren, who went on lo win
$119,000 before he was unstead by
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me uiu nu:. ui an, iitue cnaiiie has a bie hat tn fill but
he can do it. (U.S. Army Photo)
Department s Newly Organized
Begins Operations Monday
Under the law, which Congress
approved at the urgent request
of the President, the joint staff
will gradually build up until next
Jan. 1, when It will number 400
high-ranking officers from all
Of Gorgas Hospital
Dies Af 56 Years
Manuel Llchtenbaum, super supervisory
visory supervisory pharmacist at Gorgas
Hospital, died yesterday at 12:15
p.m. at Gorgas Hospital where
he had been a patient since July
17. He was 56 years old.
Born In Odessa, Russia, Mr
Lichtenbaum came to the United
States as a child and became a
naturalized United States citizen.
He attended school in Philadel
phia and was a graduate of the
Philadelphia College of Pharma
.cy and Science.
He Joined the Canal organiza organization
tion organization 1- 1932 as a dispensary as assistant
sistant assistant at Madden Dam. ie serv served
ed served at several other Canal Zone
.dispensaries, was promoted to
pharmacist in 1940, and has been
at Poreas since that time. He
had been supervisory pharmacist
He is survlyed only by his sis sister
ter sister Mrs. Miriam Goldstein, of 20
Walnut St., Dover, N.J.
Funeral arrangements will be
Vivian Nearing. Van Doren said
he rievei had any reason to doubt
the integrity of the show, t
Stempel was' questioned for
about three hours yesterday by
Assistant District Attorney Josepn
Stone. Stone said afterwsrd "a lot
of important people are involved
Stone said much of the investi investigation
gation investigation today would concern
charge! against "Dotto," which
was dropped from both NBC and
CBS by the Colgate Palmolive
Company after former contestant
Edward Hilgemeler Jr., charged
he saw a successful lady contest contestant
ant contestant reading s notebook containing
answers to the questions.
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Group, 20th .infantry,
Organized generally along the
lines of the present Army and
Air Force general staffs, the new
group win include six sections,
each headed by a two star offi
cera Major General or Rear
Admiral. The sections are per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, intelligence, operations,
Jogistics, plans and policy, and
Air Force Lt. Gen)' Oliver S.
Picher heads the loint staff, with
direct responsibility Jo the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
Such action to put the Joint
Chiefs of Staff directly in charge
of combat forces' supject to Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower and the Defense Secre
tary, was urgea in congress as
bevig vital to swift action in the
atomic and space age.
It eliminates the Secretaries of
the Army, Navy and. Air Force
from the military chain of com command
mand command but leaves them responsi
ble for administration and supply
01 com pat iorceL
Air Force Fires
2 More Test Rockets
To Ready for Space
CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla.. Aug.
30 (UPI) The second of two
test rockets fired Within two
horns soared aloft early today in
p,n intense scientific effort be believed
lieved believed aimed eventually at put putting;
ting; putting; a man in space.
The Air Force said the rockets
were of the same type as those
fired August 15 and last Tuesday.
That meant they were five-stage
vehicles sent up to explore the
"exosphere," the thin part of the
earth's atmosphere starting 400
Primary purpose at the test
series, the Air Force said, is to
measure radiation with a view
towards learning how to protect
a human space traveler. The
rockets were fired by the Nation
al 'Advisory Committee for Aero Aeronautics
nautics Aeronautics (NACA).',
An American scientist who re
turned from the international
Astronautical Congress in Ams
terdam, the .Netherlands, said
Russia is working furiously to
put a man in space by next
Spring. He said that project has
received top government priori priority
ty priority in Russia.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3MUPI)-The Air Force dis disclosed
closed disclosed today that it is sending a squadron of jet fighters
and a number of cargo aircraft to beef up U.S. air power
in the Far East whre Red China threatens invasion of Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist islands in Formosa Strait.
The Navy previously had reported dispatch of addi additional
tional additional aircraft carriers and, surface ships to strengthen
the U.S. Seventh Fleet in the area.
Meanwhile Communist China declared it will not be
intimidated by, U.S. military maneuvers and other acts in
the Far East. S,. actions, it added, will not weaken Com Communist
munist Communist China's determination to "liberate" Formosa.
The Communist Chinese declaration came in a Jap Japanese
anese Japanese language broadcast by Radio Peiping monitored in
"The determination 3f the Chinese people to' lib liberate
erate liberate Taiwan (Formosa) will not be weakened by U. S.
threats," the broadcast said.
It cited as U.S. threats the recently completed joint
mmmmscme u s. seventh n mr
other U.S. units in the Far East, the dispatch of addition additional
al additional U.S. warships to Asian waters and petrols by U.S. naval
ships and planes up to 12 miles of the China mainland
Communist artillery opened
fire against Nationalist outposts
at both ends of the Formosa
strait today after a 13 -hour si silence
lence silence during a typhoon that
halted air and sea action in the
The Nationalist ministry of de defense
fense defense said Kaoteng in the Matsu
group of islands at the northern
end of Ihe strait was shelled for
the first time in several days
with 16 rounds for 10 minutes
not long after dark.
The Red guns also resumed
shelling the typhoon-struck Que Que-moy
moy Que-moy islands at the southern end
of the strait with a bombard bombardment
ment bombardment against Little Quemoy.
There was no report of ca casualties
sualties casualties in today's latest shell shelling,
ing, shelling, but Red guns were report reported
ed reported to have killed 695 National Nationalist
ist Nationalist soldiers in earlier attacks
The .Red shore batteries ze-roed-in
key targets on the tiny
outpost islands long ago, making
it possible for them to fire with without
out without visual observation through
the torrential rains which blank blanketed
eted blanketed the area.
A four-hour barrage before
dawn dropped 390 high-explosive
shells on Big Quemoy Island.
There were no report of casual casualties
ties casualties or damage.
The defense ministry said Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Nationalist counter fire
yesterday d e s t r oyed "many"
Communist military positions on
the Weltow peninsula, seven
miles northeast of Quemoy,
where the- Reds have mounted
some of their biggest guns.
Reinforcements were en route
to join the already powerful U.S.
7th Fleet in Formosan waters.
The 45.000-ton aircraft carrier
Midway was steaming westward
from Honolulu and another car
rier, the Essex, was en route
from the Mediterranean sea.
The heavy cruiser Los Angeles
was accompanying the Midway.
Under Vice Adm. Wallace M.
The Albrook Air Force Base E-
ducation Office is now acceotinx
application from all non-government
employes, U.S. citizens and
non-U.S. citizens, for teaching po
sitions on Albrook Air Force
All qualified individuals interest
ed in leaching should apply at
the Albrook Education Office
Building 818, Albrook Air Fo.ce
Base. Teachers are needed tor
leaching subjects in the elemen
Ury levels through high sen ml
college, and the technical and vo
cational areas. It is not necessv
iy to have a college degree in the
technical and vocational area.').
maneuvers in the Formosa
Beakley's command, the 7tfc
Fleet strength will besix air aircraft
craft aircraft carriers, three heavy
cruisers, 40 destroyers, four
submarines, and at least 20
Authoritative sources in Wash Washington
ington Washington reported that U S. jet pi pilots
lots pilots have been instructed to
chase attacking Communlat
planes meat of the way across
the Formosan strait. At the
southern end of the strait, just
off the major Communist Chin Chinese
ese Chinese port of Amoy, lie the Que Que-moys.
moys. Que-moys. 1
Some1 Nationalist government
offices began moving out of Tai Taipei
pei Taipei into the suburbs as a precau precaution
tion precaution against possible air attacks.
In London, the British For Foreign
eign Foreign Ministry said the situa situation
tion situation in the Formosa Strait
serious but not critical.'' Brit British
ish British diplomats were reported to
have concluded that "a gener general
al general war" In the area was not im imminent.
minent. imminent. Both the Central News Agency
in Fofmosa and the Military In Information
formation Information Service which is op
erated by the Defense Ministry Ministry-predicted
predicted Ministry-predicted that there would be
extremely heavy shelling of Ta Ta-tan
tan Ta-tan within three to five days,
followed by a Communist Inva Invasion
sion Invasion attempt.
The Communist now have
rained more than 123,000 rounds
on the Quemoys since their mas massive
sive massive bombardment began last
Colon Firm Submits
! ow Bid To Remodel
Coco Solo Store
Wright, Brothers of Colon en-,
tered a low base bid of .tiaeia1
on the work connected with the
remodeling of the Retail Store in
the Coco Solo townsite. Bide
were opened yesterday at Balboa
Wright Brothers also made
offers on seven alternate bide
specifvlng various types of floor floor-in?,
in?, floor-in?, the replacement of roofing,
furnlshine of new equipment and
other related work.
Offers on the project and the
alternates also were made by B.
O. Hauket of Colon and Isthmian
The work, which will take sev several
eral several months to complete, will
consist malnlv In the renovation
of the upstairs section of the
Coco Solo Retail Store. This sec section
tion section will house the houseware,
drygoods, and shoe sections now
located in the Cristobal store.
The plans Include the Install
tion of drop ceilings, fluroescenf
lighting, and awning-type win
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST SO, 1151
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expressed in letter. trees reader.
THE MAIL BOX
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Your Ttiursday night s headline "Potter Chews Out Coco
Solo ctics was misieaouiK to reauers wuu um
AtiBJiLic-sifle Town Meetin, at which Governor Potter praiseQ
tSeesidente of Tocb Sow and tneir Civic Council m forward
thLS and proiects accomplished. Those criticized were nwm nwm-Srfo"Rthe
Srfo"Rthe nwm-Srfo"Rthe auXce who lived in Gatun and Margarita. And
.. th. Vilirh arhool situation.
W Murt youP paper MWji
..Z This tn meetine was an excellent example df How
a democratic Kovernment junctions, it was oraeny wru at trie
same time enthusiastic, and a wiae variety o uW"ts of in interest
terest interest to many of us readers was discussed, apajrt from tfie one
We tta&nor Potter for his patience and fine, aerie
of humor, toe heads of the various civic fta 1 or their in interesting
teresting interesting presentation of material, and the members of the
Eudienci for making the effort to attend and take part, if only
in a small way, in their government. gubscriber.
t a th. lAttor from "Another Animal Lover" (Mail Box,
Aug. 26) and I had a cnance 10 ao su 1 wuu.u i -- -the
person who shot the dog. This may sound an awful atti attitude
tude attitude but after months of nothing but barking and cleaning up
after the monsters I have not a spark of feeling left tor dogs.
Thre are ahout 15 here at low-cost Ft. Kobbe who also rate
attention wtlh a shotgun. Well.
FRAGANCE AND FOOD
Gourmet s entertaining letter (Mall Box, Aug. 25) waxed
lyrical over the odors of luscious hams roasting on a spit, but
he fails to make a case for the cooled down and regurgitated
mells of frying that assail the nostrils of the customer enter entering
ing entering El Panama Hilton's coffee shop.
If it is desirable for mixed kitchen odors to be wafted into
dining areas for the delectation of the guests why is it that
ever since medieval times it has been customary in' the better
castles to have a hood over the stove to carry off the scent
of over-hot grease?
Why is it that many modern restaurants resort to large
blowers in their kitchens? And why is the direction of the air
through such blowers directed into the outside world, instead
of into the banquet hall? Why do, architects often specify kitch kitchen
en kitchen faas even for homes again the flow outward?
And if aircondltioned grease is uch an appetite wnetter.
why has the hotel not renovated its main kitchen to make it
li..Vla r, 4ho lnrir riinlnrr room?
For my fried chicken, there's
shop that one good blower, and two room slr conaiuonois. diov diov-ine
ine diov-ine fresh, yes fresh. Isthmian air into the place couldn't cure.
Gom-mpt. flatters me. Actually, I'm not accustomed to such
rich food that I've eveni developed gout much less ulcers. And
as for the scent of violets that's for the mountains
I would like to make two criticisms of your excellent news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, both of them criticisms which are heard frequently on
both sides of the border.
Thr first, is the unreadabilltv of some of the type especial especially
ly especially in Drew Person's column. This column is avidly read bv
Canal Zoners. It provides a very necessary link with home and
Is the first thinsr msnv people turn to (after glancing at the
front page and the Mall Box) only to find that Drew leaves
them guessing. Onlv the top or the bottom of each line of his
pungent print is visible on many days. And why does this seem
to happen most to Drew Pearson's column?
The other comment I wish to make is that manv oennle
would like to see more news about the Republic of Panama. The
Panama American has quite a laree readership in Panama Citv
and Colon among the many who prefer an English language
newspaner Phd among the American and British residents, but
I fee! that Panama news is neglected a little.
I think Canal Zoners ought to be informed, and indeed are
interested In what goes on acoss the border. A better under understanding
standing understanding of current events in Panama would go a lone way to
bettering relationships and removin" the prejudice against, the
Republic of Panama which msmy Canal Zoners seem to have.
As an example of how little Zoners know of the current
political situation in Panama manv who I have talked to be believe
lieve believe that the trouble which is rumored to threaten in October
will be over election of deputies to the legislature whereas, of
course, the nrestnt deputies will be convening after the recess
and re evicted o tke action Over th nreement eoncerfi eoncerfi-ing
ing eoncerfi-ing the National Guard rrhleh was reached between the stu students
dents students and the government during the May d'-'M-'W"
a King s
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v VICTOR RiltSL
LONDON A special Soviet ap ap-parai.
parai. ap-parai. created shortly, .after tin
Russian revo.uuon oy Nicolai
Lenin himself, today is directing
the Communist infiltration of mti
free world's outer-space research
Ua bora tones, interstellar rocnet
eingineenng faculties and sky
platform production installations
This apparat is not devoted to
sabotage. It is made up of dis disciplined
ciplined disciplined Communists who lirst
seep into- strategic unions Their
task is to colonize laboratories and
w-rk even as sweepers' helpers u
need be. But they are in a po position
sition position to learn long in advance
of any project what our scientists
It is my belief that ther is
little these rings .do that is not
under the surveillance of J. E.v
gar Hoover's superbly scientific
special 'desks." These desks
work in secret cooperation with
British counter-intelligence Ml-S
And for cyncs whoi do not be believe
lieve believe that a fragmented Commu Communist
nist Communist movement can place itself at
the jugular vein the power line
of a nation, T have this report
MI-5 and British labor leaders
have evidence to prove, that th
English Communists concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated on the chemical industry here
as far back as 1922 and 1923.
No national Communist labut
apparat moves without direeti'
from tht old Comintern (Com
munist International). This infil
tration could have come as direct
orders from the Comintern or
througr the oM Soviet labor
outfit, the Profintern.
But the conont ration was
there, mind yU, even during
. the year the) Soviet', now .ar .armies
mies .armies war still fighting outlying
Cxarist army units. So important
did the Lenin government bo
live infiltration was that it
st up thost units long before
it had consolidated the revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. They concentrated on the Bri British
tish British chemical industry because
the Lenin strategists thought that
the next war would be fought with
poison gas and other chemicals
This concentration lasted un'il
1928. Suddenly the Communists
lost interest in this union and
the industry itse'. They couldr.t
Their people, were switched to
the field of electricity. They rav
future wars based on wired wea weapons.
pons. weapons. For font' years they us!
every strategy and not a little
terror and mnscle. They worked
their way into the electrical
Then suddenly they developed
inters! in crafts of science for
'rtbw fh'ey bepved the war of
the future would be one of e
lectronic tubes. And when in 1986
the Communists saw associations
of scientific workers being 01
ganized, they infiltrated success successfully.
fully. successfully. For the word now was that
the great British scientists wen
dabbling with a new form of
power. The British were secreily
working on something called tele televisionin
visionin televisionin color as well as in
black and white. Fact is that the
British were actualy transmitting
as far back as 38 in London. But
soon the thunder of Nazism
bounced off the white clif 's of
Dover and the British switched
to radar. They were the first
It saved Britain in the Battle cf
The Communist infiltrators
could not have known in advance
of such radar experimentation.
They went where thev were to'd.
They were there when th Bri British
tish British electronic industry develop developed
ed developed the magnificent weanon ?nd
counter deferes of which v.e
have sttH to hear. But once lp
Communists in"ii'rated, there is
no doubt they knew what was
happening day by day.
There ware thoso in the felon
tlfie worker "-"i who wore
actual Communiett and
who were jut f Honda of Alan
Nunn May. Me is the chp who
handed uranium tampl to a?
U.S. and Britain the Rot
slant. One of th, scionti'ie
workers oroop visited May in
prison. The association them
tolVoS paod resolutions In df
feme of May when ho wet ar arretted.'
retted.' arretted.' The Communist Pary has but
35,000 members in this land, vet
powerful and relentless Commu Communists
nists Communists today control the Electri Electrical
cal Electrical Trades Union. As outspoken,
avowed diseintes of world Com Communism.
munism. Communism. 8ovfet-tyr. they are
dedicated to th- destruction of
wetrn governments. Yet hc?
control s union whose memHers
re K the powerhouses which
'eed Brits'n's concentrated in industries.
dustries. industries. Ther control r union
although MM and the British
'enti-CommWfot labor leaders es estimate
timate estimate that there are not more
than 2.30 Cimmnniet i the
?M) ooo-msn Electrical Trades
f w fn America do not
1am from all this, w all ouht
to take the next rocket to Ve Venus.
nus. Venus. mm
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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
I'M STILL HERE (I hope you 1
are): Joe Louis and his wealthy
beautician wife, Rose (House of)
Morgan, decided on an annulment
. .Belgian Bulge Monique Van
Vooren and Le Cupidon boss. Jer
ry Prucell, who were quietly mar mar-rued
rued mar-rued here some weeks ago, are
causing talk in Europe already.
(He did a stretch after the Fire
Dept. scandals some years ago.)..
Linda Christian's man-ol-the min
ute (as of this minute only) is An Anton
ton Anton Dolin, the noted dancer. ..Did
Eva Garbo alreadp forget that
she's supposed to marry Ben Gaz Gaz-zara
zara Gaz-zara or was that her double with
Aly Khan (or his double) at Romeo
Sana's?. .Joan Marsh, wife of
Spindletop's beloved Joe Marsh,
rtcbvertfii fTBrn' surgery at Hark Hark-ness
ness Hark-ness l'ollowing loss of the baby.
Actress Myrna Hansen, former
Miss U.S. and TV actor Dick
Garland, thinking about linking.
. .Sign in a Village Saloon: "For "Forget
get "Forget about a lawyerIf you're here
you're guilty as heH."
It' How the Pretext twists:
Jayne Mansfield and Mickey Har Har-giatay
giatay Har-giatay should name the baby Latin
Quarter because that's where they
met several years ago when she
was appearing in "Will Success
Spoil Rock Hunter" and Mickey
was featured as "Mr. America"
with Mae West and her "Muscle
Men" at the night club. One night
Jayne sat ringside with her pro producer,
ducer, producer, Jules Styne, and a party
and after the show asked to be in introduced
troduced introduced to, the well-muscled Har Har-gitay.
gitay. Har-gitay. They met backstage and
Mae West, who had a crush on
Mickey herself, looked daggers at
the sexpot who dared respass on
her domain. Mae ranted for weeks
while the two carried on their ro romance
mance romance which culminated in a front
paged brawl when another of
Mae's "Muscle Men" blacked
Mickey's eye. This only brought
him and Jayne closer together un until
til until finally wound up in the wedding
clinch. Thought you'd like to know.
Morryloo I Roll Along: Dan Top-
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ping (and Where's he been all these
years) estranged rom lovely
blonde Alice Lawson, being con
soled by brunette beaut Charlotte
Lilyard. .1 recently noted iha. 1
the jugged Apalachin clammcs
had been accused of being Reds
instead of gangsters, they d have
been sprung on bail immediately
by the courts. Now words come
to me from the cooler that upon
reaaing my item they said theyd
rather rot in jail tor life than be
accused of being Communism
Which reminds me of Sid Smirnoff j
Kassell's classy crack: "In Ame
rica the leaders are VIPs. In Rus
sia they end up RIBfcV
A Littlo Diss, No Data: New
York's own piano prodigy, Philip Philip-pa
pa Philip-pa "Duke Schyler, did a command
performance for the President of
Haiti, but she had to play last so
it would be the same president at
the end as at the beginning Res
taurant Al Cooper points out that
Hollywood is filled with ane drop droppersonly
personly droppersonly there they're known as
Mortimer of the Merrier: Alex
Salm spending his Standard Oil
bucks at Teddy's with his favorite
model, lovely Dolores Voyna, ..An ..Another
other ..Another book on Meg and Townsend,
and favorable to her, is Macrae
Smith's forthcoming "Princess
Margaret" by Gordon Langley
Hall. Looks like this is a new and
lucrative business, I mean writing
books about 'em
And I think I'll
do "Royal Family Confidential."
, niu ... 1 . w 1 .j
(They won't let me in England
anyway.). .Stripper Hedy Bey
(at the 52nd St. Continental) claims
she's really a Turkish princess,
having been married to David Ab Abdullah
dullah Abdullah Bey, a genuine Turkish
prince but out of work since 1922
. .If Robert Morse of "Say Darl
ing" is talking to singer Jill Corey
via Morse code, then how come she
E Moroccoed a'ter her magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent Copacabana debut with M
ty Kimmel, Gloria De Have'n ex?
(Sho and rnmir cpnp Ravins did
an outstanding job. She's just the
... Sept. 21
cutest ever.). .Some gals look
like a wow until you get closer.
Then it's bow wow.
I've Hoard This Song Before:
(But let's play it again). Hottest
ginmill news in years is the an announced
nounced announced October opening 0 Xavier
Cugat's Casa Cugat at 48th and
Lexington, across form the Lexing Lexington
ton Lexington Hotel Hawaiian Room. Will
make the corner the hub of night
life. (Despite the new competish
Hawaiian Room havinc biesest
season in, history. Packed every
iugiu.j jusi rememuereu mat ine
Hawaiian Room s new manager,
efficient and genial Stu Levin, was
brought up .in the rest aurant busi
ness just 100 feet away, when his
mom and dad owned the famed
Gilmore's Steak House, now the
Eden Roc. .Jean Louis Trintig
nant, once engaged to Bardot, com
pleted his military hitch and is
re'trning to films. His first co-star
will be BB's sexy sister, Mijanou,
in a pic called "Crazy Youth." His
last was Brigitte in "And God
Created Woman. Some guys have
ail me luck and sisters, too
While WW Is Away (LM Dlavsl
Jackie Coogan, who 'grew up to
play a defiant gnag leader in Al
Zugsmith's "High School Confiden
tial" (with a bow to LM) switches
to the other side of the law as a
police sergeant in "Night of the
Quarter Moon." Incidentally Zua.
smith is talking up a seouef called
; "College Confidential" (over my
! dead body). .Never a more sen
I . nr-
Bauuuai preem or per ormance
than Milton Berle's at Skinny DV
Amatp's famed 500 Club in Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic City. Uncle Millie went down
to the sea in quips. .Rosanne Ar Ar-len's
len's Ar-len's date at the Town House was
Elgee Bove, the designer, and
where was Tina Louise?. .After
reading my item about Gon Sam
Mue, fabled and heroic ex-U.S.
Narcotic agent, a book-store pho-
asking where they could buy
.inn uuu oam mue story, yaey
an't but they should be able to.
V.hat a story. (Our Bll Slocum,
did a Sat Eve Post series on him
years ago.) Sam, a multiple scle sclerosis
rosis sclerosis victim, flew back to town last
week. Will live on Long Island,
where his son, Doug Gon, an ad ad-v
v ad-v sing exec, built him an apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Im the Living End (And this is
almost It): Financial rumor On the
r"t about a merger betwen Gu:'
Films and Ampex and what a com combo
bo combo that would be. .Der Single's
happiness over the newborn is tem tempered
pered tempered by his concern for Gary. ..
Several leading performers of I I-talian
talian I-talian descent, approached to play
the role of Al Capone, turned it
down for fear of unfavorable im implications
plications implications against the great mass
of law abiding Italians.' .What
kind of muddled thing is reponsible
for the State Dept. sponsored tour,
under ANTA auspices, of the Jull Jull-liard
liard Jull-liard String Quartet to bloody Hun Hungary
gary Hungary a a cultural exchange?
When are we going to get wise?
Anvone call those kids "Teen
.Wisdom of Whit Way Wolf:
"Don't" doesn't mean Won't.
LONDON fUPI) Th. ftritl.h
Ministry of Civil Aviation warned
airlines yesterday n6t to let their
passengers operate portable radios
during flight. The radio receivers
could Interfere with radio naviga
tion gyaums, me ministry said.
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SAN PEDRO rlif mPIl
Guest who kissed the hriria horn
Sunday when Mariana Mansfield,
xi, married Manna Pfc. Chariot
Varvais, 20, today were urged by
me my Health department :o
ge shots. The bridge became ill,
after the ceremony with what was
diagnosed as infectious hepatitis.
WASHINGTON There was a
time when this column referred
to the Democratic Senate leaaer
from Texas as "Ly ling-Down'' Lyn
don. The name is not appropriate
During the sessitn of Congress
just closed, Lynoon Johnson not
only didn t like (town, but he chau
ed up perhaps the most amazing
record of bipartisan legislation ev ever
er ever passed by a Senate leader
who disagreed diametrically ano
vigorously with the White House.
Johnson passed all the legisla legislation
tion legislation Eisenhower requested, and
then some. And he wangled it
out of a Senate in which, part 0
the time, he had a paper majori majority
ty majority of only one vote and in which
at least three Democrats Byrd
and Robertson of Virginia with
Holland ol Florida frequently vo
td with the Republicans.
Johnson even bettered his old
teacher, Sam Rayburn, one of
the most asure herdsmen of no
litlcal mavericks ever to whip a
rebellious Congress into line.
Johnson scored his victories nut
by whipctacking but by out-talk
ing, out-persuading, and out-ma'
He still shies away from Demo
cratic caucuses, He hates too,
much, public discussion. He knows
that when he gets a stubborn sen senator
ator senator in the privacy of the cloik
room he can out-charm him aud
This was the way Lyndon put
across tht four year extension of
the Reciprocal Trade Act an
unprectdented extension. Hitherto
not even Democratic presidents
hav been able to peruade Dem
ocratic congresses to vote more
than a three-year extension. How However,
ever, However, Eisenhower wanted at least
four years and Johnson gave it
Johnson's opponent was a very
effective Democrat Senator Bob
Kerr. Kerr wanted special pref preference
erence preference for oil. Finally Johnson
had a friendly showdown with
the Bible-quoting, desk pounding
oil man from Oklahoma.
"I'm going to put my whole
stack ih," Lyndon told Kerr.
"Jack Garner, who played poker,
said sometimes you had to bet
your whole stack, I'm not a por
ker player but I am putting my
whole stack in the reciprocal
trade showdown tomorrow. You re
going to fight me, but L don't
want you to fight me too hard.
I'm going to win."
By putting in his "Whole
stack" Johnson meant that he
had' lined un everv nossible vote
He did knock out the Kerr oil
mendment but he didn't quite get
the five-year Virtfirbcal trade e
tension he wanted He went into
the joint conference between the
House and the Senate-with the
Senate recorded for three years
the House for five years.
But Johnson had one ace up
his sleeve. On the Senate confer conferees,
ees, conferees, Senator Harry Byrd of Vir
ginia, who frequently opposed
Johnson, this time was air him
Astutely, the State Department
had arranged with the British
Government in advance to give
some special trade concessions 0
Senator Byrd's apples. Byrd i;
the biggest apple-grower in the
world. I :
In the closed-door session-! of
the joint House-Senate committee,
Byrd fought for a five-year Re
ciprocal Trade Act, unu'ly com
promised at more than Eisenhow
him little of what he wanted. Tre
NATION IN TROUBLE
Congress convened in January,
with a salvo of press criticism
that the Democrat) leadership
would run riot with Eisenhower's
legislative program, would civ
him little of what he wanted. Thr
opposite hs been true.
"The nation's in trouble." Jo'
son confided to friend the ot
er day, "and we've got to attc'-
logerner. its like when yoi
daughter's lost her baby and your
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corner of "I" Street
Oi. A. De KOUX,
Prom 1:00 am.
mother is sick and you're in dan danger
ger danger of losing your job and the
neighbors pitch in and help, rhe
Democrats Have pitched in and
The Senator irom Texas does
most of his work either in whis
pers on the Senate tioor or in a
little 0 fice not far from the .w.
nate Press Gallery.
bigniseers throng outside h i a
door daily, not knowing that leg
islative agreements affecting the.r
lives are being hatched hohin.i
the door which bears no namo
but which is the hideaway of the
Senate Majority Leader.
Inside is a portrait of the late
Senator Morris Sheppard of Tex Texas,
as, Texas, author of the Prohibition AoL
Johnson followed Sheppard in th
Senate. Like SheppardT he does
not drink, and since his heart at attack
tack attack he has given up cigarets.
Johnson eats a hiirrioH Inn.h
L2:45. 0 m- cwked in his own
umce Dy 'efficient secretaries
consists 01 bean soup,
peppered, with cottage
fruit, and coffo
Johnson lives like a Spartan.
unves nims-if harder than his
doctors approve for three weks
takes a wetk off in Texas.
, Johnson came to Washington
du .heyday of the Roose.
yelt Administration, a rootin' toot toot-in
in toot-in New, Dealer,
In recent years he has wrap wrap-ned
ned wrap-ned himself outwardly in some of
the conservatism of Texas til
men. But the -record of the Ust
session shows that in his hea-t
he hasn't lost thr frvnr nf to
days when he was Texas head ol
the National Youth Administration
under Harry Hopkins.
He backed the biggest appropria appropriation
tion appropriation m history for medical
search, and hid a school construe
tion bill in the community tacili-
He insisted on passing a mueh
more generous school scholarsb'8
bill than Eisenhower wanted, a
housing bill which the White
House didn't want and the House
killed, plus a program to aid
Johnson has his fingers crossed
regarding future foreign aid bills
unless Eisenhowr will do mora
tor American cities.
"People aren't going to vtte
foreign aid much more y" he con con-fide
fide con-fide tp a friend recently. -r (
"They do want to help ottW
nations; but when we vote a
1Zty$t bi!! i
piv,i-A merles rr cltrrs rhe right to
borrow money at the same rate
as we loan money to Pakistan
and when the White House op op-noses
noses op-noses it, then people back home
here get sore.
' Jttle. town JfkA Johnson J$
ty, Texas, can't go to Wl!
Street and borrow money. The
big cities can.
"Bid: the small towns need to
borrow money at just as low an
inttrest Tat as Pakistan, and
the white House has got to rec
opnfze this fact."
Shortly after Lyndon Johnson
came to W shington as Con Congressman,
gressman, Congressman, this column repoi-tpd
that a "raneey, 32-vear-old. block
haired, handsome Texas, who has
been in Congress only three
years, has political magic at h'S
fwerHps. and way wth uni
tht is irresistble n aet'An."
Today. 18 ver 1t. this pre-
UI- 'VII 1MB KICCll U1I1IMT u.
Tb same column reported: "If
he (Johnon tells yw he rn be
elected Tr''W o tMted
St-tednn't be against him."
not" nerences wrinen in
are still true.
FRANCE TO 6IVI AID
PAWS (UP!) France Will
nrovid" Soittti Vietnam with an another
other another $4,5n0;000 In economic aid
for agrarian reform under an
grement exoected to be signed
'n Pari shortly. Frnce hta
ranted Souh Vle'nam $14,400 tm
t of n aM fnd set un in ipss
'or that newly independent South
sian country and its neighbors,
Cambodia and Laos
of ah St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
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g ? 1
SATURDAY, AUGUST SO, 195S
TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN 1NDEFENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPEK
ta all mn OK hOW tO be
healthy and and uv
..... fitk wite children, boss
j and themselves
DU w" 1, "Alt
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week by the Panama -"B1
The book wnuen vy
aeph H. Peek who is descrine
an "old-time family doctor, and
u nmmiiitwm of. what JO years
f medical practice have taught
him about the ailments, appetites
and aberrations of his f eUoW nwn
- and women.
The author states, "This is not
a how-to-do-it, uplift book, n is
it hnaY for ambitious men or
crackpot hypochondriacs. It's a
hook for ordinary Joes who are
trying to feed their families, rear
kids, pay taxes and keep a
few steps ahead of the sheriff.
The complete list of new -books
and their authors announced by
the Library this .week follows:
NON-FICTION: Personality and
Organization, Argyris; Shots Heard
Round the World, Briggs; Death
of a Nationa, Dowdey; Warden R.
gen of Joiiet, Brickson; The Af Affluent
fluent Affluent Society, Galbraith; The
timing: World Civilization, Hock Hocking;
ing; Hocking; The Picture History of Paint Painting,,
ing,, Painting,, Janson; Plane Crash; The
Mysteries of Major Air Disasters
and How They Were Solve.
Knight; All About Men. Peck;
Bird Watcher's Anthology, Peler Peler-son;
son; Peler-son; How to do Nothing With No Nobody
body Nobody All Atone by Yourself, Smith;
and Woodrow Wilson. Walworth.
FlCTIONi The Northern LigW,
Croain; Centenary at Jalna, De
La Roche; Hong Kong, Gardner;
fpe Hard Blue Sky, Grau; ; Jum
morn From England, MacKinnon;
Seidman and Son, Moll; Two Wom Women,
en, Women, Moravia; The Sergeant, .Mur .Murphy;
phy; .Murphy; Into Thin Air, Ognall; and4
The Coming-of -the Green, Wibber-
' in n i .ili'i fi
Last Attempt To Save
French Police Raid
Sections Of Paris;
Round Up Algerians
PARIS rUPD French d o 1 i c e
raided dingy Norn African quar quarters
ters quarters in Paris and provincial cities
rnursoay, rounaing up more wan
4,000 Algerians in a major effort
to halt sabotage.
Even as the raids began, the Al Algerian
gerian Algerian underground struck again,
blowing up four giant gasoline
tanks in the eastern French city
More than 3,000 Algerians were
seized in Paris and nearly 1,000
more throughout the country, not notably
ably notably in the big textile center of
Lyons in central France.
More than 300,000 Algerian Mos Moslems
lems Moslems work in France. Officials es estimated
timated estimated the rebel Algerian Nation National
al National Liberation Front (FLN) can
clain allegiance from 50,000
them, about 20,000 of those hard
The Rouen blast marked the
second time since Sunday night
that commando squads of the FLN
had succeeded in setting oil and.
gasoline fires at refineries.
Their biggest success was in
blowing up the largest gasoline
storage area in Marseilles, a Med
iterranean port city, at 2 a m.
Monday. The fire still was raging
The sabotage in Rouen this
morning caused an estimaVed
$119,000 worth of damage, al although
though although the fire was brought under
control shortly after it started.
The saboteurs slipped through a
heavy police guard and set off a
charge of plastic explosive. Police
killed one of the suspects in a
brief gun battle. Another was
burned badly by the explosion.
Bo'h were Moslems who worked
The FLN high command In
Cairo ordered the current run of
sabotage, the most violent jn (he
four-year history of the Algerian
, The damage caused to oU instal installations
lations installations so far has been enough to
wipe away a two-day supply for
all of France.
Most of the Moslems rounded up
in Paris were taken to the Spoils
Palace, a huge indoor area near
the Eiffel Tower, where they were
given identity checks. J
BHBBbML' wh SmESSSrrBSlSSl wS8b
Wmm ..4m mfumwRl B5S
iaii i imt crwni AR Here's one class children attend most
fftSfflc'owR Classroom at Adventure Town in the
Thousand Islands, tf.Y. In a tnree-aay ...
taught by real Western cowboys to draw a gun, twirl and
throw a lariat, saddle a horse and sit in the saddle. Upon
lLful completion of the course, "graduates'' are awarded
4 their spurs. Cowboy-teacher above is Gordon reen
. MOUNTAIN ASH, Wales (UPI)
A three-year-old sheepdog named
Chinnock romped joyfully today
with her owner who risked his
life to save the dog from a moun mountain
tain mountain crevasse. 't&L'
?Te jiwfier: was Ken Sayage, 28,
a postman. Had he failed in his
perilous rescue mission miners
from a nearby colliery would have
blown the dog to bits with (dyna (dynamite
mite (dynamite to prevent its slow starve -tion.
Savage received gold medals
twice before for rescuing doss
frojh similar predicaments. He
tried for hours Tuesday to save
the" dpg, 60 feet down the crevasse
in the mountains of Glamorgan
Once Savage was able to, crawl
within 30 j feet but decided the
cevasse was too narrow for :a
rescue attempt .and returned Sor
rowfully hme, -file whimpers of
Chinnock fresh m his memory;
Officials .of the. Royal Skfcietv
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals said since the dog
could not be reached and might
starve to death, the ,only thing to
do, was to 'destroy her. They fig figured
ured figured the only practical way was
tef lowei' dynamite into the crev crevasse.
Savage agreed reluctantly o
pinpoint ner, location for explos explosives
ives explosives exwert from a nearby coal
mine. But after a sleepless night
N decided to have Just one
This time he managed to climb
CL et flwh rP neW y Po Ponce
nce Ponce and an inspector from '' he
RSPCA. There he saw Chinnock
weakly waggling her tail.
Savage went back up, got more
rrore and descended again. An
hour later, while his wife Agnes
etood anxiously on the mountain
top, Savage called "pull as up
He arrived at the surface with
Chinnock in his arms..
LOS ANGELES Attorney Gen General
eral General William P. Rogers, on school
'There is no state, granting the
will, which cannot maintain law
and order and at the same time
perntit a final decree of a court
to be carried out." 11
LITTLE ROCK. Art T.av
Orval Faubus, on President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's attitude toward integra integration:
tion: integration: "h the ; President thinks the
A integraUon should be
slowed down to occur peacefully,
we are in agreement. I am for
, 1 CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. An
,I Informed source, on the firing of
a Jupiter missile:
There wis nothing startljngly
. dif erent about this bird. It's just
another flight in the development
BRIRUT. Ubanon Maj. Gen.
Paul. Adams, commander of U.S
ground forces' in Lebanon, on a
rebel demand to withdraw tanks
from positions near a rebel held
"If fired on, they (U.S. forces)
will return the fire in sufficient
volume to Moo hostile fire, making
sure to attack the hostile fire at
INDIANAPOLIS Police Lt.
Richard Caine, on the finding of
an unexploded bomb under fhe
bedroom window o Maurice
Hutcheson, president of the Car Carpenters
penters Carpenters Union:
"I do not consider this an at attempt
tempt attempt on Hutcheson's life. I1 N
more, of -a scare ,tjian a serious try
to kill somebody."
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As Strikes Idle
nFTRDTT tUPIV-General Mo-
m. .nrl th. TTnititft Auto Workers
Thursday accused each other of
causing strikes which idled 14,200
auto workers and threatened to
halt production of 1059 model
General Motors was hardest hit
by the strikes, which also idled
5,000 workers at Ford and Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler plants.
"Somebody pressed tne Dutton
at Solidarity House (UAW head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Detroit) to start the
strikes." said GM Vice President
Louis G. Seaton.
He referred to walkouts which
idled 2,300 workers at the Fisher
RmIv riivifrfnn slant in Hamilton.
Ohio; 1,500 at another Fisher
Body plant in urana napias.
Mich.; 400 at the Brown Lipe Lipe-Chapin
Chapin Lipe-Chapin division in Elyria, Ohio,
and 5,000 at the Pontiac Division
in Pontiac, Mich.
Another 2,100 were off the job
at three Ford plants in Cleveland
and 2,900 were idled at Chrysler
Corp. plants in Detroit and Del Delaware.
aware. Delaware. "More than 200,000 of our em employes,
ployes, employes, many of whom are just
being recalled to their jobs after
extensive layoffs, are Deing used
as innocent pawns in this Solidar Solidarity
ity Solidarity House campaign" Seaton said.
But Leonard woodcock, uaw
vW nrdent and chip' union ne
gotiator a.t GM, said the strikes
were prompted oy tne auto com companies.
panies. companies. "These strikes have been fo fomented
mented fomented by the actions of GM's
management in various locations,
he said. "Such actions as refusing
to fix a leaking pipe and making
employet work without raincoats
in three inches of water at ron ron-tiac,
tiac, ron-tiac, forcing skilled trades jour jour-iuvmn
iuvmn jour-iuvmn tn swppn floors at Hamil
ton, forbidding employes to talk
to each other in f onuac ana itam itam-iHm
iHm itam-iHm and ienorine classification
lino, in Hranrf Kjmids."
. 1 u
Seaton saw tne siruces wouiu
"paralyze production of 1959 mod mod-u
u mod-u t all five General Motors di
visions within a lew days if tney
were not halted.
FIREWORKS PLANT IXPLQDBS
TATPKT Formosa (UPD Twen
ty-three persons, most of them
tppnapp pirls were killed and 13
other persons were injured yester
day when a lirewores taciory ex
ploded in Chiayi in central For For-miMS.
miMS. For-miMS. rpnorls reachine here
last night said.
QUAKE HITS TOKYO
TOKYO (UPI) A long, rum
bling earth tremor hit downtown
Tokyo at 1:08 p.m. yesterday.
There was no apparent damage.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST w, I9at
Social and OtLrwit & I34
&i Staffs Panama
flt of f xaafmmU. Wamaaa, &tL, ParUm.ad limU L, amU prompt!,, U Liumlm damn.
Jt mff L McmvJ iy uLpkm mm Panama 2-0740 2-OW Ltmam 6.00 ana' 10 a,m, oJf
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an Informal cocktail party At
their residence on Rodman Na
MISS ELLEN PEDEKSEN AND MR. ERICH PROBST
COUPLE'S BETROTHAL IS TOLD
AT TRADITIONAL DANISH PARTY
Th. oitn-joonipnt if Miv Ellen Carollnr Pedersen and
Mr. Erich Probst wag announced in San Diego, Calif., re recently
cently recently at a traditional Danish party given by the bfide bfide-elect's
elect's bfide-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Pedersen.
The approaching wedding is of special interest here,
aince Mr. Probt's sister, Miss Heddy W. Probst, is now resid residing
ing residing in Panama. She pinna to attend the wedding festivities.
Richard Maguire was guest Of
honor at an informal teenagers
party this week at the home Of
hia uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs
Walter C. Watson of Rodman
Naval Station. Strings of colored
lights lent a gay atmosphere to
the affair, which was attended
by about 30 guests.
The youth will return today to
his home in St. Thomas, Virgin
Islands, after a three-month
visit here., He also has been the
euest of mother uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Watson.
Melton Bryant Honored
Mr .and Mrs. 8. L. Bryant f
Rodman Naval Station enter entertained
tained entertained at their home Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon honoring their son, Mel Melton,
ton, Melton, on his birthday. Twelv
young guests attended.
Ladies Of British Aid Society
Hear Address On Women Of
Ladies of the British Aid So Society
ciety Society were guests Thursday at a
tea given by Lady Henderson at
the British Embassy.
A'rs. Jhangimal presented an
address on "The Position of i
Women in Present-Day India.
An informative discussion fol
lowed her comments.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Albritton
were hosts Friday afternoon at
$1.75 -Sunday Night Buffet- $1.75
Music by "ECOS LATINOS"
From 6.00 P.M. to 9.00 P.M.
There is a difierence between
asking your friends to rej'iice
with you over good fortune and
trying to impress them, you can
tell which is your aim by the
way you feel. If you thuw
"Grace will be green with envy"
instead of "Qrac WW & pleased
for me," look out.
Then you're setting out, to brig
on your good fortune, not to ask
a friend to share your pleasure.
CZ Officers Leave
For Tour In CA
Maj. Gen. Charles L Dasher,
commanding general, USARCA USARCA-RIB,
RIB, USARCA-RIB, will leave Sept. 6 to inspect
U. S. Military ?Missions in Guate
mala, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
USARCAftIB officers accompa accompanying
nying accompanying the general on the inspection
tour will be Col. A. A. Greene,
chief of Military Missions; Col.
Walter J Preston Jr., G-l Lt Col.
Albert C. Davies, executive offic officer,
er, officer, G-2; Maj. Harry C. Barnes,
training officer, G-3; Col. Leonard
F. Wilson, surgeon and 1st Lt. Jon
E .Porter, aide-de-camp to the
They plan to return to the Canal
Zone Sept. 16.
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It's a Dog's lift
1 Dof dtuert
S Dot's enemies
I a Russian
23 Fish tggs
tl Bring back
14 Western state
89 Dog's nam
41 Piece out
48 let free
53 Be obligated
SS Foot!ike part
IT Mr. Urteaon
II Give forth
f I Reriv
2 Bread spread
3 Short sleeps
4 Come in
5 Mr. Coolidge
bird (2 words)
IS Biblical name
Aniwsr to Previous
21 Siberian river
30 Choes piece
31 Poker stake
43 Ladle out
47 Female sheep
51 Royal Italia.
15 Toward th
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MRS. MARY C. ROUSE and the family of
the late ELDEN G. ROUSE wish to express
sincere appreciation to their friends for
the many kindnesses shown in their recent
August 30th, 1958.
2 SHOWS TONIGHT
Chieho Gordillo Lady Orquldea,
'4 Alicia Campbell and others
With Wally Chilcott and his Original Combo
11:00 P.M. 1:00 A.M.
No Cover No Minimum Reasonable Prices
A 1 1
Ote Sertdii m the BUuiny
Htr Hilatr Th. Qum
uehin.n Co. Lttf.
IAMH SUCMANAN t CO. ITD.. atAtCOW. tCOTLANO
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S. A.
29-1.1 Automobile Row Tel. 3-7175
ly OSWALD JACOSY
Written Mr NIA Servile
A 4 3
J 10 8 8
Q 1088 5 O tJtSI
Pas. 4 V
Pass 0 A
Opening lead 4) 8
Not onlV doe totlav's hand
produce 13 tricks at either no no-trump,
trump, no-trump, hearts or clubs, but it
should be a cinch to arrive at the
grand slam in one of the suits.
Duplicate bridge players ought tp
be able to get to tht maximum
Nevtrthtitsi, when it was
played in the recent San Angelo
Sectional only thrtt pairs man managed
aged managed to get to the top spot.
The bidding by one pair, Mrs.
Bob Wwifjl tnd Mrs. W. s. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, was mott interesting and Il Illustrates
lustrates Illustrates a novel use of the
Mrs. Hunter chose to respond
three clubs and IhoW htr
strength immediately. Hence, she
only bid four heart! at her sec second
ond second turn, y
Then Mrs. powers took over.
Her four no-trump asked for
aces and when her partner
showed three of thtm Mrs. Pow Powers
ers Powers counted 13 trloks at no-trump
provlderHhat she would be ablt
to run the club suit.
She bid five no-trump to ask
for kings and when Mrs. Hunter
responded six clubs to show no
kines. Mrs. Powar hirl the o-mnd
shim in no-trump with complete
commence. Her partner just naa
to have the queen of clubs and
me ciud suit naa to oe solid.
JnJ IP? f
TAKEOFF FOR HAVANA Tex Btrton and his educated horse,
Cloudy, took off for a fast flight to Havana from Miami, but
despite Cloudy'a attempt to act like Pegasus they used the
Pan4 American World Airways canto plane in the background
r their trip. They will make stage tnd television appearance?
Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
,2,4) Pass 3 4 PasS
i3-N.T pass w1; ; Pass
5 Pass ii Pass
SN.T. Pass 7
You, South, hold:
A A 2 VQ6543 4Q885 K 2
What do you do?
A Bid seven diamonds. This
hand should play one trick better
The bidding has been;
North East South West
Past 3 4 1
You, South, hold:
A 31 VK854 4QS2 A J 4
Whit do you do?
Falls At Home
Of Union Officer
rA in xt Klomorl i oriTil'i ats f f) f HT1
attempted bombing at the home
of Maurice Hutcheson, president
o! the Carpenters Union, and a
blast which shattered windows a:
another union officer's home.
Police Chief Frank Mueller
ordered special guards to patrol
Hutcheson's home and the homes
of other officials of the Car
Police Lt. Richard Caine said
ha Hnndinrl if fhn llnftvnlnrlpri
bomb found at Hutcheson's home
or tne one wntcn nam a gen tne
home of' international vice presi president
dent president John R. Stevenson Tuesday
night were intended to kill any anyone.
one. anyone. "I do not consider this an at attempt
tempt attempt on Hutcheson's life," Caine
said. "It is more of a -scare than
a serious try to kill somebody."
Hutcheson's wife. Ethel. SI.
found the bomb with a partly
burned fuse Wednesday beneath
the bedroom window of their
home located in a fashionable
North Side section of the city. The
bomb consisted; of three sticks of
Caine said if the bomb had gone
off "the worst it would have done
is smash windows."
Hutcheinn tM ho 1 A tar rt via
reason for the attempted bombing.
i can i imagine anyone trying
to do this to me," he said.
The International nmthavhnrvl
Of CarDenters and .Tninor urhiMi
has its headquarters here,' has
been investigated by Congress and
the AFLCIO in connection with
Indiana highway scandals.
Htltrhpsnn onrt turn nthni nt
1 huh bnu VwU Ul
flf-nrc nf tha uninn hn.. k.
T MW11 linn ni l II HI-
dieted on bribery charges, for al-
lejea proiiteenng in tne sale ot
about $80,000 in land and. lot for'
highway right of way.
DARWIN WASN'T FIRST V
A larfle number of coIIoba atii
denta returnine to thp TJnitnd
States after spending the summer
vacation wan ineir tamtues on tne
Isthmus, are among the SS pas pas-stngers
stngers pas-stngers booked to sail for New
York next week on the Panama
Thp Criatnhal dnlavjut hv hu-.
ricane Daisy, is now scheduled to
arrive at Cristobal late Tuesday
..n;w i ....ii :i : .i iif .
evening auu win kit u culler tveu
nesday or Thursday on the return
trip to Nev York. The sailing time
will be announced later.
No passengers are booked for
The complete advance passer-g
er list for New York follows:
Miss Patricia; Heltn Atfam:
Charles H. Bath, Sr.; Miss Helene
Bislmtr Mr. Ancpla H r.Uainm
Miss Jeanhe A. Chamber! KVf-
derick S. Clemmons; Mr. and Mrs
Henry F. Cody: TerenCe P. Cor Cor-rigan;
rigan; Cor-rigan; Dennis M. Corrigan; Ray Raymond
mond Raymond C. Croft; George C, Daniels
3 IHi.i iUInntal tr ni.iti uii,:
--! "t a", lfjr,-
Joan B. Degenaar; Miss Peggy A.
Donovan; Charles B. Douglas, Jr.
David A. Ellis; Miss Judith E
Eneelke: Isadore EDstein: Oct.
vio Fabrega; Mr, .Md Mrs. En
rico rranza and son, Mario; and
Dorman L. Fulton.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald T fieddip-
Mrs. Robert Lyon Hackett and
daughter; William J. Hatchett.
Jr.; Frank A. Hall; Christian1 W.
Uearon: Mr and Mrs TCftwarrl T
Henriquz; Edward J, Henriquez,
Jr.; Mrs Charlotte A. Herr and
daughter; Miss Norma Ann Jenks;
Miss Juanita N. Jones; Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Leigh; Robert W. MacSpar MacSpar-ran:
ran: MacSpar-ran: James MeKpnwn .Tr Van!
liam J. McKeown. Jr :Pf&v Manir-
Miss Riia Maduro; Miss Patricia
Maedl; Miss Melinda Marshall Marshall-Mr.
Mr. Marshall-Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Meer-
Roger J. Million; and Murray S.
Mi.SS Carol D Npwhnr1- Mivs
Carol A. Perantie; Miss Pauline
M. Pincus; Miss Jo-Ann Potter;
Dr. and Mrs. .Tamps A Pnwroii
and two children; Joseph E. Pus-
tis; Lee A. Bldgy; C. Erneit X
driguez; Mr. and Mrs. Eugeoi 1
Salinger and three childt'ln;
ha?,e V. Scheidegg; Miss Judith
M. Slgl; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K.
Skinner and dan oh tor- r.ono m
Slaughter; William H. Sorrell:
miss fama sum van; Miss Janet
W. Stockham; Owen C. Sutherlaftl
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Suetonj
Mrs. Marguerite S. Tribe and
daughter; Miguel Valdez, Milt
Janet V. Vinton- rhrl. v wi. u
- .v. o u. it a j an
James W. Watson, Jr.; George Ro--bert
Willi; Mrs. Rosa 8. d. Wil.
son; 'and Joseph C. Wood.
To Attend US
HeadmiartRrt IT S ivnn r.-ii.
bean, has received two more ap applications
plications applications from personnel In the
Panarfta Area tn attpnrl riviti.a
schools in the States. The two ap applications
plications applications for college bring" the
command's total' to 2?.
Set. James P. Adams of Fort
Gullck has requested that he ftefld
the radio engineering course of offered
fered offered at Tri-State College .n Indil Indil-na.
na. Indil-na. His second choice was iridiina
Tech's olectrical engineering
The other applicant wis Sp.5
William R. Gamble of the USAft USAft-CARIB
CARIB USAft-CARIB chief of staffs office. Gm Gm-ble
ble Gm-ble plans to attend Slippery Rock
State Teacher's flnlWa with
jor In secondary level teaching.
His alternate rhnir-e
HState University's business admi
nistration ana education course.
TURKEY CROP DIPS
WASHINGTON fllPlV Th
Agriculture Department estimates
the 1968 turkey crop at about 71
million birds four per, cent less
man in iaav.
Suilad ipuA own
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at a TREMENDOUS DISCOUNT
PANAMA RADIO CORP.
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NEW HAVEN. Conn iITPn
An exhibit at the Yale medical
hbray commemorating the 100th
anniversary of Charles Darwin'
theorv (i tvoltition shows thai lie
wasn't first with the idea. Yale
savs severs I ivrT'prs arlvnnnnH
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SATURDAY, AUGUST St, MM
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
it mi, nut PUlhna Boat
stew wt io:
1:W OJB- I
rnHAi. American upw
COCOLI 8AWUI CUUMCM
Sunday ;;; u25 S'jw'
aroiuernooa-iai ,;00 pjn.
WaU w awn 1M v m
Drew., telb IIM
rice 7:30 p.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
7:00 p ro
in a c wihi Kturiv Thurs-
Men Brotherhood lUt
Monday In month ....... 1.P-
Margarita, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendall C ratnex,
Baptist Wining Union
Evening Worship .
Prayer Services, Wednasdaya
.'J .1 . . I
IrVibFuirV !" Pno'n., 3.M064
11:00 Holmes Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
T:S0 Salvation Meeting
PABA180, C Z. '.,
Envoy A Mrs. C. L. Moselcy
OAT UN v
.1:00 Sunday School
Cnuroh SehOal. With Adult Ilk
Br. Cantaln & Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phoi
11:00 Holiness t
3 .00 Sunday Si
COLON THIRD STRMfT
sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 Jo Salvation Mr rung
RAIpOW CITY. cat.
Envy J. Ofll
3:00 Sunday School
7 ;30 Salvation Meellng
"rHev. Oku W. OUtn. Pastor
riE". "ch-schorTl -: Pree bus
?"f 'S;: .... .. all n
"lasr irrT-e.hta sSv e The
".reWion for Nursery. Kinder
IK Nursery for cbildren under S vrs.
MTm Junior rllgh fellowship
Post Hign eeuowaniu.
00 t.m. Senior High Pellowahlp
' T I selvatlon Meeting
Service of Worghlp. 1
.aaM a. Bin A
"f.un" .1 nniiMr Hvvy
?Wg ".:Zi.in Pastor
KnJr Office. -tS42
i B,'4L"-.i. .h,i Bus service
ii f.mr."..VV nugh edultl
11:00 a.m. wiornina """"J". ,11 rfitl
Ntm en fit infnnts and email enn
9rT i..i.r fellowship.
. d-U p m Youth Ftl'owshlp.
A compete schedule "f ,tt,Mrr
-.5.iZ. ..!! meetingi tn-
nounced from week to ween.
Rev. Walker M,
nr4 e.iin R
9:30 a.m Sunday a'""""
m mo em Mmrnlne Worship.
Offtclifl meetings nd wetk-dav
vttlea as announced .1
Chur.h.. t the many H C.l tM. WH UldliMl WW
Mw. del. is -rtM. W.eae.g., .... ( Iki liWl .1
itl Ik coming Saturday I ckurch ffft
Minister., clwrch .ecretan.s and ch.pl.lni org atk.d ta inierm the
,t Panama and C.l.n. RPW. l r.Mma, ..t.nd I
t.met te men and emcn e the armed ..rvU.l, 4 dtvllUs neigh neigh-ben,
ben, neigh-ben, triendt and .ftanggft.
Al ufclic .ervce, the .n,ma Amenaan li.t. .!.- ar deneml deneml-ation.
ation. deneml-ation. notica. .t h.ur. tka and .thai r.l..
i ...i... ... ......J ... ... ta lima. Oanemtnatiem having enly
M tt tw. con,r..,.n. gag l.itad vndei "OWw
A ipaclal lilting .. included e ur.icei tt Army pe.t., Alt rM MM
and Ngvtl itatiena.
ST, MARY'S W-mt
Sundat Mas: 7lA Ml
UiVu iwmii s&
lo 8:00 oM T.
te t:00 pm
Medal Novena TM
Midi School Stud Clut (JO p.m on
Contesslons: Wiriljll :30 to
15 I" S00 PHI Tnutedg eefw
-'i .rig' mm
' I TT J"'-,. ..nn.
aacreo Mean f
m Oatei till tt a-tt.
QUE LAl Of fAflMA-tW.
"ffittdlUW CltAti MAturAt I
j AaWM aaaaafcaadh
Sunday Masses at 7:00 ana ms
. .tUl KM
Mass at :00 p ro
i ito a m.
chlsm ciaaai sunoay an en-
Miraculous Medal NdteMl I P.
inatruetlona: Thursday 1:00
alls on Saturday
CrmfSMlont: ;( j,!?'.
7.00 te 8:00 p.m Thursdays before rlrtt
Friday 7:31) D.m
Novena and Sta-
Uona of the crow:
day 7:t p.m
fZmt fl.ea. I dS on. tueadty and
ST. THERKSA'B ceeeH
a....u u.aa a.tn am
Holv Day Mas:' 6:00 am (It It (alto
'TKhfe.slW: M i8 v iUlXdf
ST, JOHN BAPTIST DK LA SALLS
W Days Maas: Won Jhura
Holy uay inawaeai-. -w
confeaalotiai iW W .4 Mid 7:tlQ i
'ftraSldS Oirrf.i mdtv IMd
t at t( ri inlll
to 7:30 D m
TW..1.V bAfdra rirSI n
v g so om.,
Catechism Class. 3:1
goo pm on ihurda
una. Masses, ttdt, tjootnd :1S m
iialv bay Ma: IP ,:l
and ; pan
i.s.i w.i; . ,ui and
7i00 to t:oo p.m.
.... ...1 9.IU1 n Ml
IS and 7
.V?" -"IK. .vm.. i ll as
Murom ivonint iftvlee
Convert Claml 7 1 m Monday
1 ""'A. ......... iliiil
.... M.m 1 oiiiiu.t ....
rirs" friday -ExpeaiUon of Most Bits; Bits;-ed
ed Bits;-ed Seeramenf ell dgy Wlo at m
a.m. Saturday morning.
! flttmi-ThV Holy Boery-i08 g,m.
rfmiitnmunlon .fngtrueUSnt f Aft.
r:.- ciucHiii ipumint s lis uui uui
dren Mondiy TBUray r w
7-00 e ra.
m in r iu ill is MEDAL Crltldbal
i.M.nIi in im
Mutiny massea. im.vjgi
HoW Day Mtmet: eion -w .rn.
S Confessions: Sturdy 440 to 8:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm. AJtef Rosary each eve.
Irani lous Medal Novena 1 8:18 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism ciase: ii
first friday Exposition ell day durmt
first Saturday : Mam at ttdd em
urn v KAMII V CHURCH In
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:30. t
rtrst Saturday Mas: .....
twO a m
Se.ueday ., 7:0t O-tn lo
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses 7 :30 a.m
Confession i:45 nm to
Parish Family Rosary and
on, tnejulry Group lias t.m.
7:00 n m
ST VINCKNTB Ralnhoi.
Sunday Mas' 8:10 am
Holy Day Masses: :on a.m
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 end ItW t
g:on n.m Saturday.
Cntechlsm Class: iu: .m. on aunaky
Cor.verf Claes every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novena
lean Novena: 740 om on
1M MACULA TP. CONCEPTION
Sundav Ma' S:is s.m
Holv Aav Mass: Iffi D.m
Cenftewi Site te 7:00 n m on Sat
Caiechtsrr Clgaa 4:00 om on MnndA
Oil LAB P OIMH CntWSt
Sunday Maette: 7:00 end t:t a.m.
Dav Masses: :ou a.m
Contoalon Saturday at 1
altar all evening devotion..
Beptisms by appointment
Mlraculr.us Medal Novena i 7 00 p.
Scored Heart woven coo p.m
Sunday School: 3:30 pm on Sunday.
:oo and I
Qie Masses art
Religious Instruction Class for CMI CMI-dren
dren CMI-dren 4:80 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction or adult. (Con (Con-dudted
dudted (Con-dudted In Brnlht' 7:00 pm on Mon Monday
day Monday Convert Instruction by appointment.
Th. Hi Mm. A
ft i5a&T cem
Vrdrunid lr u
ii:0u a m Mornirul Prayer tad I
on. Holy CorhmunTon latt Sunday.
7 00 p.m.
Church oi St. Andrew
v William w him
Priest in charge
7 JO .m
Holy cummuiuuii .
r.miu Braver and
Church School -J.
, ai.., maiv Cnmmunlnn and
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 m
Sunday each month.
Chapel of The Good Shepl
The Kev Clarence W Ha
Prietl IB cnarge
e AMSO A
u Sinuaa'a Chnldh
Th Rev. John spaar Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Se
740 a m
5 loo pm
7:0o p m
Evening Prayer ...........
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
7:00 a m.
:oo a m
7 100 p m
LA BOCA 1
.. o.l.r rkunh
Jahr H ttm CMtfg
The Mte. 4d Btett. rp
Morning Prgyer ene wnui
Choral Eucharist and Set-
Holy Baptism ",'I?nn.c
Evensong end Addrem .... 7.w
7t80 p m
Woman Augitiary .!
rHURSDAYS or f EAST
ttOO a m
Vn L Mrley, NTedl t Chetge
g:30 am. Holy uemmunion.
Church of Si Margate
7:30 a.m Holy Communltft.
8:45 a m Morntni Praytt and
11:00 e m ichoral feehtrttt
THURSDAYS h HOLY. DAYS
8:36 am. Holy Communion
the Mv. Allan M. WH,
Prlttt M Charge
Tha Rev. DVW A Wlf.
Pleat f merllus
a SUNDAVt-a rm a.m. Choral tuchertat A Sermon
t:30 t.m. infant Baptism,
g.uu 4ii. Church School
i. n,, iihiii' 131 1
?i m: tvewont and
!fcrt and 4th WEDNESDAYS
.30 O in Womi
ana Auxiliary ana
ta! uuiin an
SI Paul's Church
Che Vcn. Lemuel S SJI,
Bra Mev. Carlte O. Morales. Ast.
6 00 a m I noiy toaiir.jimi
. .. .1 t.. s.u h.r.st at Sermon
l:ib el Morning Prtytt and Church
12:00 Holy Hantlsm
7 '00 ..m Solemn vesper
7:80 p.m. Evening rraywr new "..
:0i, am Holy Communion
7:00 p.n. Evenl
fHORhiiAVS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 n, Holy communion
" etw am. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHIIBCH BV-THF-SEA
iOnno.it Hotel Waahlngton)
S:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
a -in a n Mornlna prayer.
t-oo a.m Choral Eucharist and Mormon
10:30 a.m Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn r.vensong ana r
g:00 a.m Holy Communion.
7 00 .m. Morning Prayer,
s oo e m. evening Preyer.
s on a m. Holy Cemmtiiuegi.
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
7:00 a m.
S 00 p.m
t oo a m Holy Communion
7 :00 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 p m Evening Pryr
7 30 n m Compline and Meditation
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
MO AHA JO
St Chrlslopher t hureh
10th Street, Perqu Lefevre
Ttit Met. Clarence W. eye,
ng Prayer and Church
IIM MM Hl
Mi WM4 Ird. Woman'. Aul
Wtl,,u.p Daughter of MM
a:nn am Hnrv communion.
1 40 p.m Evening .Prayer and Hellgloui
d Ird. Singlet),
unler Confirmation Clam.
CHURCH OP THE N AXABENB
yoiltF Service0 "
Sunday: a.m. Panama Wsley
fill p.m Evangelical
Kev n urewsfc
Divine Worthip ..
Sunday School ...
.1, 7:45 11.4S
Rio Alula, R P.
Sunday School ..........
JKHOVAH'S WITNlf SES
Meet in as Thursday At 7:10 tm ant
Suhdavs Tt 4:06 pm Wire BethoflAt
806 Balto Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balhoa Hold
nrinthnnri Meetinc: Sunday 8:30 am
.llriScltyi l"5ed t M J.
Primary; Thurtdgy 4:0
Tthone Balbo 41f7 v
Building 200, Schoolhous Road, uatun
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Mitt.. A, fUHMl. MJfWf
Phone Re .7U Of, tUlOt
a..nriav Schoo 8 :J0 m
class f(tt every t
A church nursey tn provided.
............... i. ,.i i ,uru
Itwlt ... ...... ;
tt Raphael The
St WdM No 1
lit Bunea v pw
nation (Maallne m
PtS todw - memtb
B, H T J.IM O U BWIOC
Morning deyoUon t 12
ScoUt Hall, Rainbow City
Adult Bible Clase each
' l 7,?s0oPB.m
VUltor art weiwmg t U eerviets
5 firt street
BETHEL MISSION CHVBCH
Espalana St.. C-V
S!0 nm. 8undaytrl.
Monday: 7oungrPeople'. clety
Wednesday i 7 JO Mid-week Christian
THE CHUltCH OP GOD
16th St. (Monte 0curo Rd )
Rev. William J. Johnson-rasior
Sundv School 8 30 am.
Morning Worship 1J:M
Sunday Night Servlee .... t:30 p.m
THE CHURCH Of GOD
7038 Eighth St., Colon
Mrt. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School :J0 m
Morning Worship 10 30 a m
Sunday Night Servlee .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH Of GOD
Mm af Mines Pastor
Sunday School ........... 10:00 a.m
XiJZd. Wnrshin i. .. 11:00 a m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OP DOG
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad St.
n.v William Llvlnnion. Pastor
Sunday School 8:30 a m
Morning Wor.hlp 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Servlee 7:30 pm
Diablo Heights, CZ.
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 38. Diablo
B 1 117
Church Balboa 4271
School iv 10 00 a m
Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 7:00 p.m
F.vanaelistic Service i o m
IVadnaadav Blbl Study
and Prayer Service 7:30 p.m
Balboa Road at Wight street
Rev. Robert f Guetfek, Pastor
Mr. Frederick 8. nilck. Vicar
P.O. Box 866. Balboa
Sunday School. Bible Clam t a m.
Divine Servlee 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, find Sunday
the month. . v J
Our Saviour's Episcopal Chapel
Third Street And Melende7. Ave.
Sundev School. Bible Cloae t a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
lirt gj J
Or THE NAZABENB
Holy Communion, last Sunday of
iervieH rnday. IMt j. Satutsar
TiM u.ting eg Jewish service!
under ou Base and Sutlonai.
Panaml 6tv Mtrrtet litf m
CHMlsiiAfi sUAJsCA catiMCHa
Lrei Churfh Pi Okrtou Seletitun An
Posts and Bases
Sund.y School 1:00
MnrSln. Worahln 10 00
Churcli-tlm Nur.ry School... 10:00
KMMJ (AJ If
hursdav Evening Mid-week
. w .an
fiutti rdlltwehis iundgy .... IiM
vv 01 snip service, ataoaen ji
WoreWp Sdrvic. HVv ....
rhrlstlan Youth fell
Hnioiera e enow snip x num.
ALBHOOK AIR roKCI MAM
t:30 A 10:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Holy ormnunion first Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 8:80
(Holy Communion first Sunday
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 8:00
Daily Mass ........
ConfloM,MSaturiey' tilo A
f OUT CLAYTOH
Daily Mam ...,.v.....
Saturday Masses .........
Sunday Mas. .u..-., : 1J:
SSnndav Nnvana Devnllons .... 7 (30
Confesslon.-Sturdy . t:00 A 7:80
Conf lons -Sa ttirday
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
under Mass at
ALBHOOK AIR t'OHCK BASK
Sunday School-Bid g. 253 .... 8:00
Morning Worship .... v. ...... 10:10
Prayer fellowship-Bldg. 263-
KYlUiWednleday-Pot r'hapei 6:30
Choir Practice Wedneeday
Post Chanel 7ltV
Youth Fellowship. Sunday
Bioie Biuoy. sbwpwj jj.
Ladle Chapel Guild. 1st Thuis.
li naval STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School ..)
Morning Worihlp a--:- ;W
Moly Communion first Munday
Daily Maes 7:00
Sunday Meat 8(30
Confession; Saturday 8:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masse 7:45 A 10:W
Confessions. Seturdey .. d:00 A 7 KM
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Bole
Sunday Mass ..
Greek Orthodox .ervlcee are conduct
ed at the Church of the Anuneiation,
Via Beli.rario Porres, nan rraneisco de
la Caleta, Panama city, R.P.. and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avwilda
Melendez, Colon, R.P on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 9:30. for further Information,
call the Office of the Army cntpiain.
Weekly Service In all churches
Sabbath School :30 .m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Blbl Study and Prayer Service
7 use pan.
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W H. Waller- Tell 28I-3Mt
Cebo Verde, Ave J. f d te
tsa iiiSi. war
I mm your eiewreeet mat ne win
.toe 8:30 BK ,rYie, y. keve ef ul- I
ATLANTIC SIDE HX r
No. 17 Chorrlllo 38th Na IT Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2 A St. between 3rd gnd 4th
StS. RIO Abate llth No. 87 Gambo
Pastor G. D. Williams Tel. SSS0
Paetnr A. A. Grizile Tel. Alt!
Spanish Churches Pacific Sid Panama
Pestor Nmherto Qutror
Pan m4. Call Derlen Ne. I
Pedrecal A Nuevo Ouarerd.
PastoY G. A. Jtffriea-Tel. SllteL
Cristobal Engll.h ltth A Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanish-ltth A Bolivar Ave.
M44 Gavllan Road-Tel. $-lt 3
Mtrgtrlta Cm ttlt
"Lsbor Thst Lifts" it ths tkk
of the pastor't etrmon St the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Union Church and Coco So
fo Chapel tomorrow.
The Rev. ThtodoM E- Franklin
aid he feelt that the mere re
menition at labor it not enoug'i
but rather it mugt be labor that
Is creative and ennobling. Not only
the sermon but much of the reat
of the service wiU center about the
Labor Dav theme.
Assisting the Pt'tor in the minis
try of lioipitiUty will be Mrs, Ste
phen A. orever ana stepname ure
yer at Mtrjiritt and Mr. end Mrs.
J. L. Collins at the Coco Solo Cha
- IT. UUKi'l
At the 11 o'clock service st the
Cathedral tomorrow the young
people of the parish will assist at
tht service. Terence Ford, ctndi
date for Holy Orders and ttudenl
at the Tenertl Theological Semi
nary in New York City, htt re
turned from hit summer work in
Puerto Rico end Cubs and will
conduct the service of Morning
The Bishop will preach and pro
nounce the absolution tnd blessing.
Thomas Ford will read the psilm ;
Richard Wright end Fred 8111 will
retd the lessons. Robert Strumpl
will be the CrucUer, Reginald
Gooden the Bishop's chaplain, and
Dick Gooden, acolyte. The rest of
the Singletons will ting With tht
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster has
been assisgned pritlt-in-charge ol
St. Margaret's Church, Margarita,
by Bishop R. Heber Gooden.
Fr. Webster announced that st r
vices at St. Margaret's tomorro'
and in the future will be Holy
Communion at 7:30 and a later
service at H, which will be Holy
Communion or Morning Prayer
as announced. The Sunday School
will resume its session in the near
On Sunday at 6 a.m. Holy Bap
Tomorrow tt 6 a.m. Holy Ban
Fan Batch, with the Rev. De.vid
Jemmott, pattor of the Emmanuel
Baptist Church, Pueblo Nuevo
oficiating assisted by the Deacon
of the church.
At 9:30 a.m. there will be Sun
day School for all ages.
At 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ser
vices, two student! from the Ban
tlst Theolosical Institute of San
Francisco de Caleta will be thr
preachers: Richard Mclndoo and
Rudolph DrysdiK resrwelivejtm -At
3 p.m. the Sunday School De Department
partment Department will be celebnting their
fifth anniversary, whith a program
...... -... aagjgaBgj SaBBBBBB. 8
IM I Th W,'J ,h M,,e' I
1 GOD'S INVITATION
I B EXTENDS TO YOU
WHERE EVERYBODY COUNTS
8:30 10:40 Two Morning Worship Services
"SALVATION AND THE WRATH OF GOD"
A Series ot meatages on Thessalonians. The love of
God unto salvstlon hat a counterpart; the wrath
of God upon sinners.
9:30 Sunday School (Classes for all ages)
A fully graded, well disciplined, completely staffed
Sunday School will b it to you and your
6:30 Baptist Training Union
Christian training ltn't for youth only; primary, Ju Juniors,
niors, Juniors, and adults need training also. Six departments
serve you at 6:30
7:30 "The Logic of Satan"
Unbelief is made to sound reasonable by the clever
enemy of your toul, Satan. Be warned of his wiles.
Evangelistic Music Program Miasion Minded
NURSERIES PROVIDED FRIENDLY WELCOME
BJ sa'J gsaw
M mm mm MTl taaWPlsatWfl'tW I I I 1 1
We encourage you to be faithful and consistent in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. Why not enroll the family in our 8.S. You will
enjoy the class under qualified teachers.
1 1 :00 "Abraham's Obedience and God's Promise"
You will not want to miss any of these messages on tne
life of Abraham. A good place to worshio God. You will
enjoy the choir and all parts of the service.
6:00 JET CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
Calling youth to Christ- for Christ. Com now.
7 :00 "Unfinished Business Of The Church"
what is the calling of tha Church? And a part of its f en enure
ure enure or success? Every servteM exalts Christ in every way.
Nursery Missionary -i Friendly Evangelical
consisting of recitationg, vocal and
The guest speaker tt this ter
vice will be Mrs. Louis Sealey,
wife of Rev. Louis Sealey of Cal
vary Baptist Church, "N" Street,
Tum new artists to aoDear on
this evening's program will d
heard for the first time by many
ere: Aurello Dawkint baritone
soloist end G. Webb trombone
At 6 p.m., the Baptist mining
Union will meet with Gladttone
Every fifth Sundty of th( month
members of the Ctlvtry Baptist
Church look forw.ard to a special
morning worship Service. It is
special becaute is a time when
tk. vmith nf the church assist the
patter with the Morning Worship
Service The Cherub tnd Youth
Choirt will render, appropriate
musical selections on mis ocm
The Rev. Louis A. Sealey, will
preach at both morning and night
Ttantltm wilt be conduct-
ed by the Rev. Sealey during he
night service which It scheduled
l Kaaln at 7 30 Tl.m. All CSndlfl-
etes for Baptism tre to be prescrt
at the church it 7 p.m. for final
At the night service. Men s
Brotherhood Chorus will sing spe special
cial special muoical selections; and the
Senior Choir will render the spe specially
cially specially rehearsed anthems and
hvmns to contribute to a glorjous
service for the Lord.
The Rev. Sealey announced trie
.It ..rmnn tnnles for Sill
day "How to Live Ideally" is his
Returns To NY
After 15-Day Visit
At, TWiam Reid Jones.
former Colon resident, returned
h. to Npw York by Panagra s
"El Pacifico" on Aug. 26 after
spending a two-week vacation as
the house guest of Mr and Mrs.
Clyde Crosdale of Rainbow CltY
She also spent a weekend at El
Panama Hilton where she receiv received
ed received her riiany friends twr the Pa Pa-cific
cific Pa-cific side. Mrs. Jones lett : Colon
14 years ago and once held tne
distinction of being Panama s lead leading
ing leading dressmaker, having made a
dress of Fuji silk for Queen
Wilhelmin in 1940.
She is now we piupiiciui y
a di-essmaklknkg establishment in
New York which enjoys an ex ex-.1,
.1, ex-.1, natrnmaeei amnnc the wea.-
thy peart Baiief it f
mnni- the screen tnd stage cele
brities who take their business to
yust ACMptf MOM SAISOA ..$TATI0M
Elton F Vickers, Ajs't Pestor
RADIO OUTLET HOXO, 788 X
W Preach Christ
Crucified Mln Coming Again
Listen Ig "Manna In The Morning
Oallv -8:00 a.m. HOXO
sr TM .J
Every Service of This Churcri is rianncu
to Provide You Maximum Opportunity
to Worship in an Atmosphere of Rever-
(classes for all ages)
morning subject; and "Knowing
and Doing' it his subject tor ins
Training Union classes will con convene
vene convene at 6 p.m. and the Youth Club
will meet at 5 p.m.
Get ready for a real treat!
J ust add 2 heaping teaspoons
of rich QUIK powder to
your glass of cold milkstir
and drink chocolate,
chocolate flavour all the
You'll love the way OUIK
mixes instantly without
bearing or bother. Makes a
wonderful hot drink too.
Your grocer htt It tnd it's
economical. Get QUIK
today and treat the family.
WITH THAT FAMOUS
IWISS CHOCCHATI UAVOUM.
TO PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1951
n In Hot Mound Battle
Bob Friend Outduels
4th Win Over
NEW YORK, Auy. 30
be a "friend indeed" to these die-hard Pittsburgh
Pirates as they dream of a miracle pennant, but
right now he's just about the Milwaukee Braves'
If any pitcher can lead the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates to a near-sweep In their
showdown with the Braves six
ram! In the next nine days
It has to be Friend, now at the
peak of his career with 18 victo victories.
ries. victories. His 3-2 clutch triumph last
night at Milwaukee was his
fourth over the Braves this year.
That's a "Brave-killer" record
topped only by Don Drysdale of
the nodcers. who has whipped
Milwaukee five times, and pin
points Fresnd as Pirates' man of
Pirate manager Danny Mur Mur-taugh,
taugh, Mur-taugh, who calls these games
"the key to the pennant race," Is
fieurine Friend for one more
tart, nominal Milwaukee, and
bulky Bob always 1b available for
clutch relief, too. Murtaugn
knows that his elub 6 games
behind after last nieht's win
mint come mlehtv close to
sweeping the six games to stay
Friend hit a personal high
with last night's victory, top topping
ping topping his 17 wins of 1956, and
now seems certain to become
the Pirates' first 20-game win winner
ner winner since Murry Dickson in
Bob's new-found ability to
heat the Braves (his lifetime rec record
ord record is only 17-14 against them)
made him a victor over Warren
Bpahn last night for the second
time In three clashes this year.
Solo homers by Dick Stuart In
the first Inning and Bob Skinner
In the fourth gave Pittsburgh a
2-0 lead. After Milwaukee got one
run In the fourth as Hank Aaron
scored from third on Frank To Torre's
rre's Torre's forceovt grounder, the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates bagged what proved to be
the winning run in the seventh
when Frank Thomas scooted
home from third as Hank Foiles
Friend failed to finish when
Ed Mathews opened the Braves'
ninth with his 28th homer and
Aaron followed with his fourth
hit, a single. But reliever Don
Gross ended the game by getting
Wes Covington to hit into a
double play and Torre to ground
In other Friday games, all at
night, St. Louis downed the Chl-
No other drink satisfies more than a
fine Scotch . and in White Horse,
Scotch Whisky reaches
(UPI) Bob Friend may i
.orn Piiha Cincinnati nin-l
ped Philadelphia, 5-3; and Los
Angeles drubbed San Francisco,
4-1, in the National League;
l while in the American, Pedro
Ramos of Washington shut out
the New York Yankees, 3-0; Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's Dick Donovan blanked De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, 3-0; Boston downed Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, 5-2; and Kansas City out-
slugged Cleveland, 8-7.
I At St. Louis, wauy Moon arove
in three runs with a homer and
, triple to pace the Cards' win
over the Cubs. Larry Jackson
struggled the route for his 12th
victory, fanning eight as he
pitched his sixth complete game
Bob Pur key gained his 15th
win for the Redlegs, giving up
eight hits including Alex Gram Grammas'
mas' Grammas' homer. The Redlegs scored
four, times in the fifth inning to
win the game, jerry Lynch drove
in two runs and scored two to
lead the Redleg attack.
Don Drysdale of the Dodgers
stopped the Giants on five hits
and also doubled home one of
the L.A. runs. A two-run homer
by Carl Furlllo and a bases -empty
blast by Don Zlmmer led his
Ramos set the Yankees down
on six hit to notch his 12th
win. Murrv Dickson made his
Yankee debut in relief of
Whitev Ford, who ouit in the
first inning with elbow trou trouble,
ble, trouble, and became the loser when
he vielded a pair of runs in the
At Chicago, Donovan fanned
five in gaining his eighth victo victory
ry victory in the last 10 decisions and
'nth comnlete P"i' n tho last
12 starts. Luis Aparicio's double
and steal of third led to a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago first-Inning run and the
White Sox wrapped it up with
two more In the Feventh,
Pete Daley drove in four ot the
Red Sox' five runs at Boston
with a three-run homer and a
triple. Frank Sullivan pitched
the route to win as he gave up
nine hits, including Gus Trian Trian-dos'
dos' Trian-dos' homer.
Harry Chitl's three-run triple
led the A's 12-hlt attack against
Cleveland. Minnie Mlhoso and
Rand- Jackson homered for the
CYRCA, S. A.
(Based on 325 official Ot bats)
G A B R H Pet.
119 419 61 143 .341
127 904 92 171
122 49 80 165 .337
125 490 90 160 2i1
120 438 79 139 .iV,
129 514 103 161 .313
Musial. St. L.
Mays, U. Fco.
Boyer, St. L.
liz 496 70 152 306
126 486 77 148 .Sua
108 434 48 132 .31)4
Lid 466 84 139 .298
Runnels, Bos. 118 452 83 149 .330
Kuenn, Del. 115 462 61 150 32S
Cerv, Kan. C. 114 42 77 36 323
Power, Cleve. 120 488 81 156 JJ2
Goodman, Chi. 92 344 38 109 ii.
Williams, Bos. 112 355 7 112 .315
Jensen, Bos. 123 450 76 140 ,.i I
Fox, Chi. 128 519 74 16 310
Sievers, Wash. 120 444 73 137 .309
Siebern, N. y. I08 367 64 113 .308
Jensen, Red Sox
Runt Barted In
H. Anderson, Phils
Jensen, Red Sox
(Based on 12 decision!)
Wil'ey, Braves 8 4 .667
Purkey, Redlegs 15 8 .652
Worthineton. Giants li 7 647
Spahn, Braves 17 10 .630
Burdette, Braves 15 9 .625
Turley, Yankees 19 6 .760
Delock, Red Sox 12 4 .750
McLish, Indians 14 6 .700
Moore, White Sox 9 4 .692
NEW ALLOY ANNOUNCED
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WOTTA CATCH! There's good fishing on the Atlantic side, too! No sailfish or marlin, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, but there is the mighty tarpon. The fishermen pictured, above are a bit more than
six years old but they produced the goods. The cost: one broken fishing pole. Mr. Tarpon
weighed 101 pounds, was 67 inches long, and 14 inches in diameter. It took Sp2 James R.
Roane of Fort Gullck 45 minutes to land the creature. Left td right are Specialist Roane,
Sgt. Lowell Erickson of Fort Gullck and his son, Bobby, holding the broken pole.
(U.S. Army Photo)
According to the list of win
ners of the VI International
Marlin and Sailfish Tournament,
the ladles and a six-year-old
child seem to have won the most
"firsts." The tournament took
place from July 15 through Aug.
20 in me Facmc waters or Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, sponsored bv the Panama
Rod and Reel Club.
The "most outstanding catch
of the tournament." the PAA
troDhv will bo to six-vear-old
Frank Sharpe who landed a 100
lb. sailhsh on 20 lb. test line.
The 1st Drize for marlin in the
50 lb. .cMte, ,,a silver centerpiece
from the Fuerza v I,uz will to to
Mrs. Frances V. Sharpe (mother,
of little Frank). Since this was
the largest marlin in the ladles
ciass, Mrs. snarpe win also get
Brown Filly Emily's Pride
Sets Hambletonian Record
By ED SAINSBURY
DU QUOIN, IU. (UPI) A tnm;
hrnwn fillv with thoroughbred's
heart, Emily's Pride, ranked to today
day today with the great names of
The three year old daughter
of Star's Pride first trotted the
fattest Hambletonian .heat over
by a filly, 2:00 1-5, and then
shook off the shock of banging
into a rival's sulky to come back
and win the 33rd Hambeltoman,
harness racing's classic stake,
with a record speed of 1:59 4-5
in the third heat.
CZ Athletic Club
The Tanal Znne Athletic Club
fnnfhall taunt will hnlfl its first.
practice ol the 1958 Football Sea Season
son Season at the Dractice field adjacent
to the Balboa Railroad Station.
Wednesday, September 3, 1958 at
All eligible Athletic Club foot football
ball football team members and prospec prospective
tive prospective new members should be pres
ent. To qualify for the team, indi
viduals must nave auenaea eiin eiin-er
er eiin-er Balboa High School, Cristobal
High School or the Canal Zono
Junior College and must not
have reached nis mn Dirmaay
All plitrihle fnnthnll nlavers who
cannot make the first practice
should contact Bill ue La mater,
president of the Canal Zone Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club.
Today Encanto .40 .25
Best picture of the year!
Alec Guinness In
"Bridge over the River Kwai
- Also: -"Challenger
Rin Tin Tin"
with Ann Blyth
with Clint Walker
the nrize of a round trln tri Da
vid for two via COPA airlines and
a weekend for two at the Hotel
Nacional In David. Her marlin
weighed 278 lbs.
Lt. nol. H W. Post with his 53fi
lb. black marlin wins the Carta
Vieja prize, a first ,in the unlim unlimited
ited unlimited tackle class, while Frank J.
Violette gets a Kodak movie
camera as a 2nd prize in this
class for his 428 lb. black marlin.
For 1st. nrize in the Sailfish 12
lh test class there was a three
i way tie. Marisa Gonzalez Revi-
' 11 4 TT.1-I.J 1
Tweed, (of Miami) for their 105
.TOiiOB'Br act receive an
First prize In the 20 lb. class is
from Westinghouse and goes to
J. Frank Baxter of Miami, While
The win was not unexpected
since previously she boasted the
best time of the field for a mile
this year. 2:00 2-5, and was an
even money co favorite to win
although no pari mutual bett'ng
was allowed and only friendly
But after her stellar first heat
performance, there came the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to show her heart. She
was moving Well in the bick
stretch, challenging last year's
two year old champion, Sharp Sharpshooter,
shooter, Sharpshooter, for first place when her
foot whacked into the wheel on
Sharpshooter's sulky. She broke
stride and finished 12th in the 14 14-horse
horse 14-horse field.
Thus, when the field went off
in the third heat, she was in the
second tier. That's when the
heaer, and the sawy of her driver
old Flick Nipe, told the tale of
He let the field settle down
and in the back stretch moved
her smartly into the middle of the
pack. When the way was clear
ahead, with 3-8 of a mile left.
Nipe moved Emily's Pride on: on:-side
side on:-side and she took over.
Emily's Pride trotted the final
quarter in :30 1-5 to win by a
half length over another fillv,
Second Biggest Puree
The vietnrv nairi tfmilu'a Vnili
owned by Castleton and Walnut
Hau tarms, Lexington, Ky., the
second biggest Hambletonian
purse in history, $62,750.
Little Rocky, owned by S. A.
Camp Farm, Shatter, Calif., and
a 12-to-l outsider, took the second
heat. But Little Rocky's bcRl
behind Emily's Speed in he third
htat was tfourth, and he wound
up with second money of $26,146.
Third money of $10,458 went to
Mr. Saunders, second n the first
heat, 11th in the second and
third in the final, and Sandalwood
took fourth money of $5,229 on
fourth, 14th and second in the
T IV O LI
. L08T SAFARI
with Joel McCrea
LOVE FROM A
with John Hodlak
Marisa Gonzalez Revilla will get
the Mercurlo nrlze for seennrl
place. Their fishes weighed 156
ana 102 ids. respectively. 1 n ,, g .,
In the 30 lb. test class Mrs.0eeVe if Of Nat
uv.. niutA 1U1 IO f 1U, Sail
wins a first prize, from Empre Empre-sas
sas Empre-sas Martina. ohn D. Simmons of
Miami wins .a 2nd in this class,
Maganavox TV prize for his 120
H. E. Roblson for his 133 lb.
sailfish wins a 1st prize In the 50
lb. class, a silver tray from Esso.
In this class Lt. Col. R. C. Ma-
senga for his 118 lb. sail wins"
the 2nd prize frtun Insurance'
oei vice iwrporation.
The lnrtlea let rrl rra fni. .nil
- -j- iwi anil
goes to Ruth Krziza for her 137
lb. sailfjsh. She receives a $25
credit, at Motta's while Frances
v. anarpe gets second prize for
her 1J4 lb. sail, a meat platter
Two Miami fishermen, both
world's record holders, John Ma Ma-honey
honey Ma-honey and j. Frank Baxter tied
ior -most salinsh released in
one day" when they released six
each on Jul 24th Thev will
ceive shares in fluents
dales, thus becoming investors lit
a Panama business.
Dolphin prizes go to Lt. Col.
M. T. Mooty who wins a six
month's supply of Coca Cola, to
Frank J. violette who wins a $25
credit at icaza y Cla., John D.
Simmons who wins both a prize
from Armour's and Duran's.
J. D. Simmons of Miami olso
wins a prize from Colonial In Insurance
surance Insurance for a first in the Tuna
class. William K. Hatlev of wort
Gullck wins a prize from John Johnson
son Johnson Motors for the largest Wa-
hOO. and Leo Krviv.a fnr the larg
est Amber.) ack (55 lbs.) wins
cocktails and dinner for two at
the Hotel IrrternationAl.
Manuel j Parades of the rinh
de Yates y pesca wins the Col-
pan tropny for his 59 lb. sailfish
caught from an outboard motor
boat, and Salnstiann ririnenn
wins the Aberhathy trophy for
an in id. jacic caught on 12 lb.
test line from an mit.hnnrrf mo
Prizes for the Armed Forces
part ot tne tournament Will be
Hector Lopez Day'
At KC Tomorrow
KANSAS err, Aug SO, (BP)
Panamanian major leaguer
Hector Lopez will be honored
by the Athletics tomorrow with
a "day" of his own.
Lbpei hit his 13th homer of
the season last night to Jfm
the A's defeat the Chicago
The "Hector Lopei Day" has
been planned by the A's to
give Kansas City fans a chance
to show their appreciation for
one of their favorites on the
with James Stewart
with Kim Novak
Editor: CONRAOO SARGEAN f
M 5 .535
5 60 .520
61 04 .488
00 65 .480
60 68 .469
53 73 .421
Detroit at Chicago
New York at Washington
Baltimore at Boston
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Detroit WX0O0i4 4 o
Chicago 100 000 20x-4 S l
Moford, Hoejft (T), Susce (8)
and Wilson; Donovan (11-12) and
Lollar. LP Moford (3-7).
Baltimore 001 000 0012 9 0
Boston 002 300 00x-5 l
Portocarrero, Zuvermk (5), Bea Bea-mon
mon Bea-mon () and Triandos; SuJUvan
(11-7) an'l Dalev. l.PPf..
ro (12-10). HR.-Daley (1) and
New York 000 000 000-0 8 3
Washington 000 020 01x-3 6 0
Ford, Dickson (l), Kueks (7)
and Berra; Ramos (12-13) and
Fitzgerald. LP-Dickson (M).
Cleveland son nm ont 7 n
Kn" City 400 021 10x- 12 1
uvuwwuick, oen (i), wariestar
? JduIi?; Grim' Gorm
a), Herbert (8) and Chiti, WP
(3;5. HR-Mifioao (19),, L o p e z
By Sp-5 LOU Dl IORIO
? The nriria' nn rniabln- htl. I-
" mru ... unu.ft
uue in a siioi i par uuee are mvu
ing to most bettors but still re
main a bit nn the riflienlnu airi
And to score an ace on a movine
hole is even mnrp riitienlnna
That's exactly what happened, how
ever, t tne f on Amador soil
It was mid-morning on a clear
and sunnv dav when Lucv Braden
of the U. S. Army Caribbean C-4
section noiea out on tne lss-yaro
l .nn noie out at tne Amador layou..
1 Atr cutting back across the green
mucnusson ot curundu Heights the
duo picked up their drivers and
began walking to the neaby 14th
At the same time San Garriel
of Rousseau teed off on the 13th
hole and snaked his hot in the
JI S at m ap .- !a
direction or Mrs. uraden Automa
tically Garriel and his thtee
col fine Dart ners hellnuroH "tmc
Unable to hear the men's voices
G-4's version of Louise Suggs and
her partner strolled monchalantlv
through a grove of palm trees. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly Mrs. Braden ieltva twinge
in ner ie:t snouioer nut thought no
thing of it. ?t,
Unon reaching the sreem Mrc
Braden, who had the honors, reach-
ea into ner Mouse pocket for a tee
'General's Cup' To
Trophy On Jan. 1
Beginning Jan. l, the TJSAR TJSAR-CARIB
CARIB TJSAR-CARIB Commanding General's
Cup will be a travelling trophy
awarded semi annually to the
Army installation which scores
the most points in the various
sports on the season's schedule,
according to Headquarters,
Points will be recorded
throughout the year for compe competition
tition competition by each installation in
such sports as touch football.
soccer, horseshoes, badminton
handball, table tennis, cross
country running, nymnastlcs,
fencing, judo, weight lifting,
wrestling or water polo, in which
units oi tne installation partici
pate as a team.
Any tournament, meet or
league in any sport which cul
minates in a PAAF champion champion-shin
shin champion-shin will earn, the victor 100
points. By placing in a PAAF
lourney, league or meet, wie
points accorded are as follows:
inn fnr first, nlnce- IK fnr tMmat
. 7 r "
ou ior tmra ana 25 for lourtn.
An extra 200 points will be a a-warded
warded a-warded for 100 per cent unit par participation
ticipation participation in any of the meets if
each unit entered a team and
successfully completed the
The Cnmmanrllnir rteneral's
Cup will be awarded to the in installation
stallation installation with the most points
during the periods ending June
30 and Dec. 31. The first team to
capture the cup three timet or
twice In nn enletvtar ve will
retain the cup permanently and
a new cup win De up ior competition.
G AB R H a
75 53 .513
41 44 .481 12
1 414 13
1 67 .477 14
71 .454 12
Pi.11 a .T? m
WaUadelpMa at Cincinnati
Prttsburgij t Milwaukee
Chicago at St. Uuii (N)
Am' at f5'
. ... J 4 v
Cincinnati .000 040
Cardwell, Heara () and Lom Lom-U;
U; Lom-U; Purkey (15) ,nd Bafley
-Cardwell (2-3). HR-Hemus rtf
100 100 100-3
020 OOI OO 10, 1
010 200 13x 7 f S
Hry (T, Hobbk ()
and Green. LP Drott (il) HR
-Mooa (7) Mory (m.
Los Angeles 4
San Francisco 1, ? ;
'? ?r furDril, not only
pulled put a tee but also a gleam-
After auMtknlns mi. uu
son as to how a new Titleist got
into her pocket, Mrs. Braden was
vUnye.My nuzzled, me mystery
was not snivel iifrtn
rived nn the seen. He explained 1
-. tc uitiuem remained un-
SaVS she felf nn hkj :
Shoulder WW- W
W ring .shot lust
grazed the shoulder of Lucy Bra Bra-den
den Bra-den and beunded into her pocket.
urxrB"i jr""" stir at
r "ose louowmg the 18 botes
Of Dlav and 1nt wh.f .i:..
pockeftd golf ball faJla,uhdar re
mams doudv. Ttnhi;-.wi.
hut truei J7" Trrw-mm
Ed Sylces Set
Mating U.S. bantamweight
W$!fa;ZH&m and Panama
118-pound champion Edwin
Sykes both tttok It easy today
on the eve of their lft-round,
non-title bout In Colon tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
The local champ appeared to
be a alight favorite to seejr a
decision win over the New
Yorker but in some boxlnfc'oir boxlnfc'oir-cles
cles boxlnfc'oir-cles It was believed tharfct tharfct-ttng
ttng tharfct-ttng would be even by fight
Each boxer la expected to
weigh-in at slightly under the
122-pound weight limit that
each has agreed to waXmik
DeBow lost his last bout on
a tko to the highly rated Joe
Becerra of Mexico after the
American suffered cut nr
Y the left eye midway through
ine scueauiea icn-rounai
Svkes rained a niun
decision over Cuba's Lag
Keyes in his last online i
vana a couple Of months
The Colon clouier hn hn
stopped only twice profession professionally.
ally. professionally. He dropped verdicts to Ti Tito
to Tito Marshall early m Sykes' ca career
reer career and to former bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight champion Melvin
Bourne since becoming cham
, A octal train will
many Pacific side fight fa
Colon tomorrow at 2 p.m.
return to Panama at
Round trip tickets at 75
will be sold at the Pa
Railroad station from It o' o'clock
clock o'clock tomorrow moraine.
1 : L : 3r
NEW DEPARTMENT FORMED
prrTKRUHr.H nipn rii.i rvi
.--.' - a (Mil V1I
Corp, announced Ihe formation ol
a crime on nepartmeni winch will
oe resppnaioie ior an sales, pur,
chases and exchanges of crude oil
nutxide the United State Tt will
go into operation Sept, L
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
nnual Atlantic Side Invitational Sw.mmm
a Meet Sept. 61
LAID AN ItJG.dtia tike Hous
ton nd Toronto want Dig eague
a poll s is walii ik u steide tor the
Senators. Walter OMalley, autii.
ting a Los Angties iiiucneon: "our
RTchers olont like me screen in
Meld and our hitter? haven t
discovered it yet.' Once :
best, the Dodgers are now eighth
in team mtiing, tteapue' ioc m
Cievelander hasnt been able to
oeat them all season. Nostalgia
Downs, otherwise Saratoga, of
fered a watch once owned t
Diamond Jim Brady as a TV be be-gulemeni
gulemeni be-gulemeni Saturday. And now we
can hardly wait to see one ul
iiiliian rtusseils romantic old
bust.ers. Football also has i
"Splendid Splinter, "' Maryland s
co-captain quarterback, ob
runs. As indicated in this spacpjRusevlyan, -just though you'o
10 uays before the event, .xe jlike to kndw. Political partisans
York fans s.ayei. away from I may disagree, but we feel an ex
the theater1 TV version of the president is as mueh entitled to
Patterson Harris brtrwi in hordes, a pension as an eb bullpen
Tue Yankees haven't beer coiiii: catpher.
It all wit h mirrors: They lead in
runs sewed, Jilts homers W
runs batted in short, in every
important affensive category. uill... K.m
from a letter addressed to this
A WARNING BELL. ..The Detroit department by a Stanford Un.
versiiy spoxesman: as in .n
past, we will continue to stand
All Ages At
Coco Solo Pool
The Atlantic Side annual invita invitational
tional invitational Swimming Meet will oe
held Sept. bevinninp at 9:30 a.
m. at the Coco Solo pool, sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the civic councils, recr.isi recr.isi-tion
tion recr.isi-tion associations and various civic
organizations on the Atlantic side.
This mt will be open, to mem!
bers of the Armed Fores their
dependents; U. S. Citizens having
commissary privileges, their de de-nendents
nendents de-nendents and students of the V S.
Schools of the Cans' Zne. Tro Trophies
phies Trophies will be awarded to the win
ners of 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
ha vp hpi'n warned bv dert
ill. nrn fnotlvall boss, to Dewavt
-t .li rf. n.,;..H;Hn M,n n 'nr an apirpcsivp ulhlplir nrnpr:. m
hem hv.namp imp :t 1 vtfKU
charcter, nol an infrequent pa
came from the press box of all
place.-. The other, a Texas free
wheeler, who "has been knowc
to bet; as high as $200,000 on
game. Hen annuaiiy issues r
Li ..J I -1 .... nnM.net
picking up with the stram? T T-who
who T-who may be gamblers in fans
rlnthine. but as far" as we kno-
this is be first time he speofi
cally ."ingered anybody.
HUNK OP IRONY ..It ha?
bsn previously related here how
A Weill snept around $15,000 ni-i:
Ins the Patterson-Harr-s match.
o"i" to lose it. ..The match a?
i,n11 a. Hi- anil nil When th Phi
tk'- H"'"" 'fslnn surfpn- manager of the Reds, telling a
oh a high level. We are not
freeride school and will never
become one. We will alwav alwav-maintaing
maintaing alwav-maintaing high academic stan
dards for all students, athletes
as wett as oth." This letter
was received some days in atlva
of, the foi mations of a new Pac
fjc Coast i combine, composed of
California. Washington, UCLA
and USC. Though composed ot
California, Washington. UCLA
and USC. Though obviously a
mot deSiraWo mefnber. Stanford
was not even represented at the
"wt;nff, aT1 intriguing, if not
significant, state of affairs.
Ages, as of September 6, 19i?
will determine eligibility for all
ag group everts. No individual
will be permitted to swim in an
event whtch is out of their Ortw
age group. A contestant will he
nermitted to swim in only 3 events.
Entry f'rms must be completed
and" mailed or delivered o the Co
co Solo Pool, Box 5014, Margarita,
not later than 6:00 St pt ember 2nd.
' Order el Ivnt
J00 yd. freestyle
100 yd. freestyle
2S vd. freestyle
25 vd freestyle
- (boys 6 inrt
ROOKIE OF YEAR. ..On fee
Coast Jimmy Dykes, pro tern
ly '"-cide the New Yrokewss'pe
pr rfr-iV T fV,(, ft)flt Wet1! SV SV-tn
tn SV-tn Vjrl tn nav tn ut Hl fiSht
fit-' 'i-hce ''o vo" th'nk he saw it?
Tn a WnrhMter. Minn., theater, ae
wandering Eeern scribe that
the Giants' Orlando Cepeda is
the best young ballplayer he's
seen this season "Can't miss
being rookie-of-the-Year" l"
Mavo Brother Clinic and Ro
fir- i there for a medical. nv
f' -v fro .'; -.'' "us:"Yr-
r' fought dumb. Shouhtave ker
''."m nanf tn Pntte..)i's face
in K dji w itiiiu mi ..aadii'JK
, the plctW jjiile In gow?Sf
f ii y
v,rly Wynn tne wnit.x- m
- '-rVjv .. iAfi?n' by his
what happens? The former
the home (Fred Mertz) Frawley dusting off
a Poo Warner yarn: "This was
when Pon was coaching the Car
lisle .Indians and he had ws
finished giving them a pep
talk for the Army game.. ."Now
vou boys go out there and beat
them soldiers and I'll J get hold
&t --the President 'and have him
maw veu A-mencan Timens.'
Writing from Madid. George yn
'staire. roadway s arable am
bas-"'or at larop saVs; "f waw
rov first and last bull right this
sWerYiotmT Tfl W& "'complete
'ill of rAatadors, pididors, tore
dors ind just plain awful to-dors."
- (boys 10)
- (gtrU 10)
- (boys 11)
- (girls 11)
- (boys t)
- (rU i)
- (boys U and
As I am continuing to make
iisi pro vements In my service to
you. I'll have to suspend elec electrical
trical electrical service between 6 a.m.
and 11 a.m. on Sunday, August
31, in the following areas:
"Avenida tie lot Poetas"
and 21 West Streets
"A" Avenue between 16 West
and 27 West Streets
25 yd. freestyle
35 yd. freestyle
25 vd. freestyle
25 yd. freestyle'
25 yd. freest vl
25 yd. freestyle -25
25 yd, freestyle
50 yd. 'reestyle
50 yd. freestyle
50 vd. freestyle
50 vd. freeie
50 yd. freestyle
50 yd. freestyle (girls 1$ end
50 yd. freestyle (boys 15 and
50 yd. freestyle (girls 15 and
25 yd. back (boys I and under i
25 yd. back (girls and under)
25 yd. back (boys 9 and 10)
25 yd. back (hoys 11 and 12)
50 yd. back (boys 11 and 12)
50 yd. back (girls 11 and 12)
50 yd. back i (boys IS and 14)
so yd. back (girls 13 end 14)
50-yd. back (girls 13 and 34)
SO yd. hack (boys 15 and 18)
50 yd. back (Mys 15 and 18)
. 50 yd. back (girls 15 and 16)
50 yd. back (men)
50 yd. back (women)
25 yd. breast (boys t and
25 yd. breast (girls S and
fcutj i. : .- i ;
i i nj
M I I BMMBHHH Wk
CRACK-UP Al (Cotton) Farmer crashed at the Minnesota
State Fair Grounds while attempting to qualify. The 29-vear-old
Fort Worth driver's Offenhauser smashed into a re retaining
taining retaining wall, shot into the air, then down on the track, three
wheels crumpled under it, Je was hospitalized in poor shape.
97 Wast Streets
Pedro O barrio Street
' Juan Mertdoza Street
Mateo Iturralde Street
as del Toro Street
rospero Pinel Street from 16
West to 20 West Streets
Jeronimo de la Ossa Street from
4th of July Avenue to Estudiante
4th of July Avenue between "B"
Street and Jeronimo de la Ossa
4 m. UI.. CtrAAt ,nm Prncnorn
Pinel Street to "Avenida de los
17 West Street between "A"
Avenue And Barraza
From 18th to 27 West 8treet
Thank you kindly for your coope-
Your electric servant,
if ?ey )
25 yd. breast
25 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
50 yd. breast
(boys f and 10)
(girls 9 and 10
(boys 11 and 12)
(girls 11 and 12)
(boys 13 and 14
(girls 13 and 14)
(boys 15 and 18)
(girls 15 and 13)
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Toronto Scores 9-2
Win Over Montreal
To Tighten IL Race
NEW YORK, (UPI) The To
ronto Maple Leafs aren't going
to allow the Montreal Royals to
walk off with the International
League pennant without a fight.
The second-Place Leafs knock knocked
ed knocked off Montreal, 9 2, lest night
and now trail the Royals by five
games. Home runs by MUt Smith
and Mike Ooliat helped ease the
way for Ernie Brogllo, who picked
up his seventh victory. Tom La La-Sorda
Sorda La-Sorda was the loser.
Dick Rand's two-run homer In
the first lnnlnc nrovided Colum
bus with enough edge to defeat
Havana, 3-2. Lynn Lovengutn
gained his nth triumph as he
held the Cubans to seven hits.
Rochester, behind the five-hit
hurling of Gary Blaylock, shut
out Buffalo, 4-0. The Wings scor scored
ed scored a pair In the second and sin single
gle single runs in the fourth and sixth
to give. Blaylock his lSthNlctory.
In the only other game played,
Richmond scored a run In the
ISth inning to defeat Miami, ej ej-L
L ej-L csrl Post, who came on in the
ISth, won his third game. War Warren.
ren. Warren. Hacker, relieving in the
ninth, was charged with his 5th
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 39, 1951
C L A S S I F I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SAM
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
IK fir TJ
PHILLIPS Occansioe Cottages
Santa Clara R. da P. Miene Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1177 Criatobal 3-1673.
POSTER'S Cort.qe. and Largo
laaeh HouM. One mile pat the
Casino Phana Balboa 1866.
CASINO SANTA CLARA MOTEL
CABINS $4.00 par coupe par
nifht. Housekeeping Quarters (or
Rent: Par night, par week, par
month. If you need housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping quartan bring your own linen.
Inquire Casino Santa Clara. Re Reservation
servation Reservation by telephone accepted.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar. the bast beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your aery aery-ice.
ice. aery-ice. Houses
FOR RINT: 3 bedroom chalet
in Paititla. Largo yard. $100.00
month. Box 52. Cuwidu C. Z.
FOR RENT: Furnished (wo bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, liying-diningroom.
porch, garage, street Santuario
Nacional No. 4, Campo Alegre,
FOR RENT: Spacious and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet, Street 94 San
Francisco and 50th No. 31.
Three bedrooms, living-dimng-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: Modern two story
residence. 5 bedrooms. Hot wa water
ter water installation. Properly screen screened.
ed. screened. San Francisco da la Caleta
-9th. Street No. 39. $175.00.
Miguel Hive Tel. 3-4844.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished ehafet. Bella Vista No.
SO, 46th Street. Phone 3-1805.
FOR RENT: Roans, ill com comforts,
forts, comforts, with or witness meal.
' 4-33 35th Street, phone 3-
mtn BCklT. milked room.
first elass, one parson only, com comet
et comet Juste Argatinana, 31st Street
FOR RENT: Cool, modern, on
bedroom apartment. Phone 3 3-i
i 3-i 1210.
Men To States
Lt Col. Ernest E. McClish, chief
of the management services divi division
sion division U. S. Army Caribbean Camp Camp-troller's
troller's Camp-troller's Office, is scheduled to at attend
tend attend the command management
system course at Fort Belvoir, Va
from Sept. 15 to Oct. 3.
Sp-4 Victorta.no P. Padilla of the
B37th" Engineer Company (Avia (Aviation)
tion) (Aviation) (IAGS), Fort Kobbe, is
scheduled to attend the H-19 heli helicopter
copter helicopter factory maintenance course
at the Sikorsky Service School,
Stratford, Conn. The Course begins
on Sept. 15 and ends in midpOc midpOc-tober.
tober. midpOc-tober. LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United Stales District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Merl S. Pratt, Plaintiff vs. Ardella R
Pratt. Defendant. Summons Case No
719 Civil Docket 21 Action for divorce
To the above named rteienaani.
Yoti are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above entitled ac tion within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, 'tudgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. .ludKe. United Stales District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this August 20. 1958
Sara de la Pena
Ry s l.nis F. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Ardella H Pratt:
The foregoing summons Is served nn
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Gufhrle F.
Crowe. Judge. United Slates District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated August IS. and entered and
filed In this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United Stales District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on.
August IS. 1958
Sara de la Pena
Rv s I.ols E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
WE SELL ALL
Rraftsi of Records...
FAR BELO' .Trilled States
12-inch LP RF.C0RDS
' New releases bimonthly.
IjsroM 'La Merced" Church.
t enirai Are. 9-14
50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighboors, yard.
Tel. 2-3343 or 3-0471.
FOR RENT Modern and beau beau-tifull
tifull beau-tifull apartment, two bedroom,
hot water, one furnished, near
El Panama Hotel. Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including! refrigerator,
perch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, garage, tiled,
screened, $55.00 apply housa
1 1 2, Via Belisario Porras, near
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
porch, maid's quarters. Price
SI 10.00. Phone 3-0351 46th.
St. No. 8.
FOR RENT: Small apartment,
twe bedroom independent, near
to the schools of Paitilla, Street
89 or 14 Paitilla No. 88.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, 2 baths, large
sitting, dining room, maid's room
with service, nice playgrounds.
El Cangrejo, call 3-0319 during
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also large fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two large living
rooms with kitchen and bath bet between,
ween, between, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
TI-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, hot water sys system
tem system etc. at El Cangrejo. Further
particulars, calf 3-4968 and
after hours, 3-6737, Panama.
FOR RENT: Independent apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 15th street No. 13 San
Francisco. Can be seen anytime
$45.00. Call 3-4363 Sunday
after 8.00 p.m.
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Beautiful
residential section. Excellent
neighborhood. 43rd Street No.
FOR RENT: Brand new build building,
ing, building, nicely furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, halt water, Tel.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, twe bedrooms living,-
dining 'room, independent
services. San Francisco 16 Street
No. 6, near to Roosevelt Theatre.
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Ample
parking apace. Night watchman.
Moderate rants. Balboa Avenue,
next to nuns school. Ricardo A.
Miro S. A. Tel. 2-3436.
To Begin Oct. 16
The 1958 Panama Armed Forc es
bowling championships will be
held at Albrook Air Force Base
Oct. 16-19. Eighteen games will
be bowled by each contestant.
The following installations are
invited' to enter the tournament:
Fort Amador, Fort Clayton, Fort
Kobbe, Army Atlantic, Navy and
Teams will consist of six mem members
bers members and current American Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Congress rules will govern
all play with a few modifica modifications.
tions. modifications. The tournament will decide the
PAAF team champion and runner-up;
doubles champion and
runner-up; singles champion
and runner-up; all-events
champion and runner up; high
series champion ;and high game
- C J B SON-
Capacities to fit any require requirements.
ments. requirements. 5 years guaranty
Duty free. Price for C. Z.
TROPiLCO, S A.
45th St. and Via Espana
With built-in Universal
LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE Or OUR
INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3
BARD!) No. 2f "B" Street MOKKISO.N
a FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 50 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
FOR SALE; Nash 600, good
paint, good tires, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2384.
FOR SALE: 1958 Velks Wagen
lew mileage w w tires, ear like
new. Duty free. Call 3-1594
7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
1958 Opel-Rekford Olympia
1958 Hillman-4DR Sedan.
1954 Hillman-Convertible, VV7
1958 Chevrolet-BelAir 4DR, tu tu-tone,
tone, tu-tone, radio, automatic trans.
1957 Ford-Country Sedan, 4DR,
tutone, radio, Thunderbird engine,
1956 Ford-Victoria, hardtop, 2
tone. WWS tires.
1956 Mercury-Montclare hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, tutone, radio, leather up upholstery,
holstery, upholstery, WWS tires.
1955 Mercury-Montclare con convertible,
vertible, convertible, radio, Marcomatic
trans, power brakes and steering.
1955 Ford, radio, stan. trans.
1954 Buick-Convertible, radio,
power steering b brakes, leather
upholstery, WWS tires. Perfect
1955 Rambler Sta Wagon, stand,
1956 Morris Mmor-4DR sedan.
UTOS EISENMAK Next to Coca
Cola. CacwOpon all day. Phone:
Panama 2-4966 & 2-2616
FOR SALEt 1930 Model "A"
Truck Body $125.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3676. 1 521 -B. Gavilan
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Cafa Cafa-lina
lina Cafa-lina hardtop coupe V-8 engine,
hydrarnatic, power brakes, radio,
two tones paint, like new tiros,
tinted glass and other Deluxe
features. Immaculate throughout,
priced very reasonable. Tel. 2 2-2472,
2472, 2-2472, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 4-door
srdan 60 Special "Fleetwood"
1957. Green and Black. Just like
new. Telephone 719 Colon.
House No. 10.091 9th. Street.
FOR SUE: Ford model 59
eight engine. 1941 Ford and
1931 Model A both for $300.
FOR SALE: One Ton. 1951
Chevrolet Panel Truck, $650.00.
Good condition. Tel. 3-1912 or
The Magic Super Seasoner
Available now in the
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
will be resumed In October.
Registration' dates to be
August 15 to Sept. 15
Inc. air tare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave evT Tues. and Frl.
Tel. Panama 3-1661
$ for 5
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central At.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 J7 "H"
Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central
4th of Julv Ave. Ac J at. e) LEWIS B WIU,-VI. uvon no. rnnmnv.. r uniuuo-,
e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee de la Oasa Ave. No. 41 o FOTO DOMY Juste Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. a)
53 e FARMACIA EL BATURRO Pare. ue Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via PORRAS 111 O NOVEDADES
COLON OFFICE. 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14,221.
FOR SALE: Camera, Argus C-3,
telaphoto and other attachments,
$40.00. Phone 2-3097.
FOR SALE: 4 pc. livingroom
set $70.00, double bed complete
$50.00, 8 mm. projector and
screen $65.00, baby rocking
chair, $8.00, 60 cycle washing
machine, $40.00. 324X Ancon.
FOR SALE: Completely rebuilt
HD-5 ALLIS CHALMERS tractor
with Bulldozer. F. Icaxa y Cia.
Ave. justo Arosemena.
FOR SALE: Large plate glass
mirror with mahogany frame,
$25.00. Boys bike 24" in $17.
'59 Rolling Along'
Previewed At Ft. Jay
"Rolling Along of 1958", the all all-soldier
soldier all-soldier Musical scheduled to arrive
in this command in January, was
previewed at Fort Jay, N. Y., on
Aug. 18, prior to an itinerary of
over 200 performances in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, Canada, Alaska, Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, the Pacific and U. S. Army
The 25-man cast puts the accent
on youth; its members are all in
the 19-26 age group, but all have
had professional show business ex experience.
perience. experience. They represent the top topflight
flight topflight acts in the fourth annual
All-Army Entertainment Competi Competition
tion Competition held at Fort Belvoir, Va., last
Topical nature of this year's show
is evident in its featured tune,
"Blast t)ff," and the titles of its
various secenes "Terra -Firma,"
"Revving Up," "Ceiestia Circuit,"
"Space 'Station," and "Return Or Orbit."
bit." Orbit." Book and music for this latest
"Rolling Along" are by Leonard
Kobrick, former conductor and
..arranger at New York's Latin
Quajrter. Dance direction it by Er Ernestine
nestine Ernestine Mercer, also of the Latin
The show ill be on its ocean-hop-pint
road until April 1959.
Amador In 88-72
The Fort Amador Troper's on
again off-agairi sotring offense fi finally
nally finally clicked in the final four min
utes of play to give them a hard
fought 88-72 victory over the Jjush
masters quintet from Army Atlan Atlan-day
day Atlan-day evening.
The Bushmasters, currently one
tic ae the Amador fieldhouse Thurs
oi the hottest teams in the PAA
League, had won four tt their last
five games prior to meeting Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, including a double overtime
victory over Fort Kobbe the pre previous
vious previous nieht.
The Troope quintet started out
like a house fire in the first
Quarter, led bv center Dick Pos
iter's 14 Doints. and held a 19-9
Iparl after minuted of Dlay.
Army Atlantic, with the aif of
a sputtering Amaoor otiensc, pui
led out all the stoppers in the se
cond quarter to catch the Troop Troopers
ers Troopers and 0 ahead 33-32.
The Amador o'fense once again
clicked in the third period and
with Rav Crawford and Bobby
Christnriher leading the way the
Trnnrwrs huilt UD a 60-48 lead
John Foster, the Bu&hmaster'S
lanky forward, put on a one-man
show early in me iinai penoa auns auns-inc
inc auns-inc in 14 noints to pull his team
up to within four points of the
Troopers at 65-81.
Amador's rSODoy i nnsiopner cap
tured scoring honors for the night
with 27, follwed by Poster with 22
and Vrawftrd with 18.
Myers led the AA scoring attack
with 24 points followed oy Jonn
Foster with 21
Stock car racine plus major
league baseball will be the CFN
radio sports fare on Labor Day.
The week's complete sports sched
Sunday Pittsburgh vs Milwau
kee at 1:30 p.m.
Mtnday Darlington 500-mile
stock car race Pm- foHowid
by Chicago vs Milwaukee at 1:30
p.m., and Poston vs New YorK w
Wednesday St. Louis vs Chi
Thursday Chicago vs Detroit
Friday San Francisco vs Cni
Saturday -- Golf show at 10 p
Sundfiv Baseball game of the
week, Cleveland vs Boston (game
played August 23) at 3:30 p.m i
wrestling at 10 p.m.
Monday Boxing at 10 p.m.
Tuesday Sports reel at 3:30
Wednesday Fiht of the week
m ifl p.m.
Thursday Oolf show at 4:30
Friday Wrestling at 10 p.m.
1 'i Friday Wrestling at 10 p.m.
STREET, PANAMA I IBRF.RI A PRECIADO-7 Street No. IS AG8NC1AS
Ave. 45 0 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La tarrasoiiilla i FARMACIA LOM
FOR SALE: Livingroom set, gas
stove and refrigerator. Ricardo
Miro 15-2, Vista Hermosa.
FOR SALE : West inghousc Elec Electric
tric Electric moisture, dehumidifier, port portable.
able. portable. Plug in any outlet. 60
cycles, 1 1 5 volts, A.C. new.
Never used. $65.00. Call 6-5 1 1
or house 0267, Apt. C. Gamboa
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
set, $350.00; table, six chain,
buffet and service table, all
French satin finish. Mahogany
bedroom suite, $450.00: twin
bedswith large blanket drawers,
twin cheats, all master crafts craftsman
man craftsman made and hand rubbed
finish. House 5407 Harrod Place,
FOR SALE: Two Peruvian rugs,
brand new, siie 5x6 foot. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 83-5126, Curundu.
FOR SALE : Hay ward Wahefield
3 seater aortic coffo table and
lamps, vamboo crystal and other
items, leaving, must sell. House
1 553-8. Bali Street.
Training Team Heads
For Uruguay Soon
To Instruct Army
Two military training teams will
leave the Isthmus Sept. 8 headed
for Uruguay. There they will in instruct
struct instruct officers and eslisted men
of the Uruguy an armed forces, in
toe use of equipment, field main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, organisation and rehabi rehabilitation.
litation. rehabilitation. ,' )?
The Armor mobile maintenance
team will consist of Sfc. Haward
A. Waite and Pfc. Pervev V. Bia-
ham of the U.S Army Garrison
Technical Service at Fort Clayton
nd Sp-4 Clarence E Tuggle, Ds
Company, 34th Armor, 1st Battle
Group, Fort Kobbe. They will re re-.main
.main re-.main for, a 60-day period. f-m
The Signal mobile maintenance
team will be headed by Karl C.
Marohl. Othr members will be Sp-4
Joseph F. Jakubik Jr, Signal
Corps, S-Sgt. Wilburn E. Lewis
from the 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Artllery, and Pfc. Joseph R. Stash
Headquarters Company, 1st Battle
Group. This group will be on tem temporary
porary temporary duty in South America for
Ten officers and twelve enlisted
men from the host government will
assist the visiting teams. The Uru Uru-guyan
guyan Uru-guyan instructors' have all been
trained In either CONUS or USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB schools.
A roltoff of 18 games will be
conducted at the Fort Kobbe
Bowling Alleys Sept. 22, 24 and
ZH-to determine the Fort Amador
bowling quintet for the 1958 sea
All people from Fort Amador
who have a naverage of 140 or
above are eligible to compete in
the rolloffs. Any person who does
not have established handicap
must certify a handicap with the
Fort Amador special services of
All entries must be In to Spe
cial Services not later than Sep September
tember September 11.
Today & Tomorrow
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Crusier type boat
21 Va", built of Dutch ply plywood
wood plywood and completely covered
with fiber glass; two Johnson
motors 35, trailer,, compass,
rii en, ski-meter, convertible top,
atainlasi steel gasoline tank,, 45 45-gallon
gallon 45-gallon capacity; two iceboxoiand
many other accessories. Original
cost, $4,500; has only 10 hours
of use. Will sell at lots of $1, $1,-200.
200. $1,-200. For information call Tel.
FOR SALE: Real estate In El
Valle do Anton. 11,000 square
maters, high elevation, excellent
view. Citrus grova in production.
Masonry house with lix rooms,
completely furnished. Electric
light plant, town water. Call
To Be Reassigned
Here In September
News was received this week,
via a letter to the Fort Amador
Special Services Oflice, that. Ser
geant First Class Jose "Rosie The
Roundman" Rosario will return to
this command for assignment
sometime in September.
Rosario was stationed at Fort
Kobbe from 1952 to 1956 and was
a pitcher oh the Fort Kobbe life life-liners
liners life-liners baseball team. And what a
pitcher!, During his four years of
pitching for the Lifeliners Rosario
made the Panama Area Armed
Forcts League Ail-Star team no
less than four times.
Over that four-year period he
compiled a 30-11 won-lost record.
He had a 10-4 mark with 97 strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts and a 3.13 earned run average
in his final year with Kobbe This
record was compiled while pitch
ing for ahird place team.
In March of .1956 he departed for
Fort Bragg, N. C. where he has
been assigned for the past 2 1-2
years. While at Fort Qragg
Rosario pitched for the 18th Air-
bonce Corps Artillery baseball
Labeled the league's "hardluck"
pitcher, Rosario sported a mere
3-4 won-lost mark. However, the
Corps squad was a second division
team and was not able to give the
stocky hurler too much support.
In his last three outings Rosario
fired a one-hitter. He won only one
of these games, the three-hitter.
Combining these throe games he
gave up only six hits, and one
earned run in 27 innings. :
Sergeant Rosario is presently at
Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico wher
he is waiting to be sent to the
Panama Area for re-assignment.
Leaves For USMA
At Fort Belvoir
Sp-5 Gerald E. McAllister of the
Signal Service, Quarry Heights,
left U. S. Army Caribbean via mi military
litary military aircraft this week for the
United States Military Academy
Preparatory School at Fort Bel Belvoir,
voir, Belvoir, Va. The 20-year-old Scranton,
Pa., native is the sole represent representative
ative representative from, this command attend attending
ing attending the school.
He will begin classes Sept. 2 and
spend one year at Belvoir-before
entering the USMA at West Point
N. Y., in September 1959.
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Experienced bilingual secretary
offers services for part-Hate
work after 6 p.m. Cell Panama
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z,
PHONE BALBOA 3709
WANTED: Maid. Live in, ge general
neral general housework, 6233-1, Los
WANTED: Used tricycle or
wagon call, Balboa 1214.
MOVIE COUPLE TO WED
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actor Ty
Hardin. 28. and actress Andra
Martin. 23, who recently post'
poned their marriage plans on the
advice of their agents, plan to De
married soon at the Little Brown
Church in the San Fernando Val Valley.
ley. Valley. WORKERS RECALLED
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (UPI) (UPI)-General
General (UPI)-General Electric Co. said it Is re recalling
calling recalling 525 workers at Appliance
Park, Louisville,, because of an
upturn in major appliance sales.
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6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
TV., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call Williams & Shirley.
Phono Panama 2-5 111.
NOTICE: Auto Bane (Car
laundry) opens every Sunday at
Transisthmian Highway from
8 a.m., to 1 p.m. only, rain or
unahine. Ante Bano conserves
your car botter.
Ballroom dancing Included in
all classes. Dorese Waites School
Dorese Waites School of Dancing
Reopening September 4th. Regis Registration
tration Registration August 28th, 29th, iOthi
10:00 to 5:00 Knights af Colum Columbus
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thri.i of thk 10 EMPLOYES retiring from active service with the Canal organization in
fipntember received their retirement certificates personally from Gov. W. E. Potter in his of of-fEn
fEn of-fEn a? Balboa Heights. All of the other retiring employes had either left the Isthmus or
were unable to attend the ceremony. Fwm left to right are Edward A. Cox equipment spe spe-JiSfst
JiSfst spe-JiSfst Flectrical Division; Mrs. Mary B. Raymond, elementary school teacher, Divisions of
Schools Potter, and William V. Brugge, assistant nousHg manager in Balboa, whose service
extends back to Canal construction days.
Another Construction Days Veteran
Retires From Canal; Few Left Now
One of the few remaining ecu ecu-Itruction
Itruction ecu-Itruction day veterans is- among
the 10 employes who are retiring
from active service at the end oi
is William V. Brugge, whose
Canal career began in 1913 as a
wrapper and checker in the Cm
tobal Commissary- He is retiring
this month with 38 years of serv
ice as assistant housing manager
Otters retiring in September,
their positions and length of serv service,
ice, service, follow: j
Henry, P. Butcher, foreman lock
operator machinist, Atlantic Locks;
31 years and 17 days.
Hobert V. Butler, train dispatch dispatcher,
er, dispatcher, Railroad Division, 19 years,
six months and 10 days.
Edward A. -Cox, equipment spe specialist,
cialist, specialist, Electrical Division; -3
years, seven months, and 29 da.s.
Thorwald H. Forsstrom, supervi
gory marine traffc controller, Na Navigation
vigation Navigation Division: 21 years, three
months, and 15. days.
Harry B. Friedland, cost ac
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counting clerk, Dredging Division;
28 years and 10 months.
Edward T. Kirchmier, lockmi.s lockmi.s-ter,
ter, lockmi.s-ter, Pacific Locks; 29 years and
Mrs. Sarah F. Minor, account accounting
ing accounting clerk, Motor Transportation
Division; nine years, four months,
and 12 days.
Mrs. Mary B. Raymond, elemen elementary
tary elementary school teacher in Ancon; m
years, nine months and 23 days.
Capt. William W. Reid, pilot.
Navigation Division; 24 years, one
month and 23 days.
A native of West Superior, Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, Brugge came to the isth isthmus
mus isthmus in 1S10 with his family
tended the Canal Schools, and
was employed in 1913 with the
former Commissary Division as a
wrapper and checker. He left
the service shortly after he was
promoted to the position of clerk
in 1916 but was reemployed in
1922 as a clerk in the Cristobal
He joined the District Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster in 1929 and since that
time has been helping employes
with their housing problems on
both side of the Isthmus. He was
made housing manager in Pedro
Miguel in 1950 and has been as
sislant housing manager in Bal
boa since 1955.
Mr. and Mrs. Brugge have
made plans to make their futjlt.'
home in Florida.
Butcher was born in Montgome Montgomery,
ry, Montgomery, West Virginia and served with
the U. S. Army on the Isthmus
briefly during the First World
War. He was employed as a ma
chinist at the Balboa Shops in
1926; a machinist at Madden
Dam in 1930; a machinist iiii iiii-ing
ing iiii-ing the locks overhaul in 1933
was made a towing locomotive o o-perator
perator o-perator on the Atlantic Locks
1935; and a tunnel operator in
He will remain on the Isthmus
for the present.
A native of Custer, Kentucky
Butler served with the U. S. Na Navy
vy Navy during World War I and was
employed as an agent-operator on
the Panama Railroad in Gamboa
in 1931. He was at the Ball
Heights station lor several years
ani was transferred to the L'o.i,.
station as train dispatcher in
Mr. and Mrs. Butter sailed (or
the United States Aug. 23 and p!;t
to make their luture home in
Cox was born in Marietta, Ohio
and was employed in 1935 as a
machinist on the Atlantic Locks.
He was transferred to the Ele
trical Division in 1938 as an engi engineer
neer engineer machinist in the Miraflcres
diesel electric station.
In 1942 he was promoted to a
general operator and in 1950 was
made mechanical supervisor ot
thc Northern District. Since 1956,
he has been Mechanical Coordina Coordinator
tor Coordinator of the Electrical Division's
power branch working out of the
Gatnn hydro-electric station
Mr. and Mrs. Cox will sail for
the United States early in Sep September
tember September and will make their home
in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Born in Worcester, Mass., For For-strom
strom For-strom came to the Isthmus in
1916 to join his brother, Capt. A.
B. Forsstrom, who was employed
as a Caflal pilot. He was hired
as a checker in the Commissary
Division "i.d in 1..17 was trans trans-ferred
ferred trans-ferred to tre Cristobal port can
tain's office as a dispatcher.
With the exception of the short
break in 1918 when he joined iik
U.S. Navy, he held this position
fo- two years.
He left the Canal organization
In 1919 and was reemployed in
1P39 in his old job as a manne
dispatcher In Cristobal. He was
promoted to chief dispatcher In
1950 to succeed Luke L. Long and
has been supervisory marine traf
fic controller since 1953.
Forsstrom is now in the United
States on terminal leave. He plans
to make his future home in Lar
A native of Newport News, Vir
ginia, Friedland was employed in
1929 as a clerk in the Marine Bu
reau's lighthouse subdivision at
Gatun. He was transferred to
Gamboa when the Aid to Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation offices were moved there in
1954. He has been a cost account accounting
ing accounting clerk in the Dredging Division
since March of this year.
Friedland is leaving the Isih
mus by plane Sept. 2 and will
make his home in Newport News.
Kirchmeir was born in Ports Portsmouth,
mouth, Portsmouth, Virginia, and was employ
ed for several years in the Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk Navy Yard. He joined the
Canal organization on a tempora
ry basis in 1928 on the locks o
verhaul. He was reemployed on
a permanent status as a machi
nist at Balboa Shops in 1929 and
was transferred to the Pacific
locks in 1936. His service has been
continuous since that date. He
has been advanced through the
various positions on the locks -and
has held the position of lockmas lockmas-ter
ter lockmas-ter since 1951.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirchmier and
their daughter left the Canal Zone
ln July lor rortsmoutn. inev
plan to make thtir permanent
home in Florida.
Mrs. Minor was born in Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., and has been with
the Canal organization since 1949
when she was employed as a
clerk at Mount Hope. In 1950
she was transferred to the Motor
Transportation Division in Balboa
and since 1953 has been an ac accounting
counting accounting clerk.
After her retirement, Mrs. Mi Minor
nor Minor will remain in the Canal Zone
where her husband, A. R. Minor,
is employed as a cash accounting
clerk in tht Treasury Branch.
Mrs. Raymond, who has been
guiding first and second graders
through their studies at Anco'l
Elementary School since 1944, was
born in Roanoke, Virginia. Shf
came to the Canal Zone in 1926
taught one year at Pedro Miguel
and spent the following three
years in the Cristobal Elementa Elementary
ry Elementary School. She was tranferred to
Balboa Elementary school in 193
left the service in 1933. and was
reemployed at Ancon Elementary
School in 194.
Mrs. Raymond plans to remain
on tne istnmus mr me ume oe-
A native of Eisberry, Missouri,
Reid served in the IT. S. N.ivy
during the First World War and
was master of a Shepard Steai
ship Covany vessel before join,
ine the Canal in 1934. He was
second mate on the Tug Favorite,
was pilot m-charge with tne Lih'
house Subdivision hffcoming a pi pilot
lot pilot in Irainim? in tht Navigat.on
Division in 1935.
He has been a Panama Canal
pilot since 1W7 and has been
stationed in both Cnistobal and
With Mrs. Reid. who has been
District Health Nurse in charge
of the Well Baby Clinic in W
boa for th" oast ti'e years. Reid
left this .ek for th,, Uni'H
States. Th'v will make their
home in Florida.
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Coke and Chtmical Co. an
nounced that full production has
been resumed at the reconstruc fcd
No. 2 battery of 35 coke ovens
at Its Neville Island plant. The
battery was rebuilt at a cost of
about 3 million dollars.
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Supreme Court Could M
Early Opening Of Little
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30 ( UPI) Legal observer said today the U. S. Supreme Court could move swiftly and decisively to upset any man maneuver
euver maneuver in Little Rock, Ark., aimed at reopening Central High School, On a segregated basis before the court's Sept 11 hearings.
They pointed out that it would take only one brief order from th e High Court to wipe the slate clean of all appeals, delays and stays
granted by lower courts. The effect of such an'order would be to reins tate the original court ruling requiring integration at Central High, re-
L gardless of when it opens.
At the conclusion or
.feet, for the time being, a
Chief Justice Earl Warren emphasized in Thursday's
it was "advised" that Little
11 or 12.
If the circumstances on
Sept 8 instead of Sept. 15
The school board won at least
a temporary victory inursaay
when the Supreme Court reject rejected
ed rejected the plea of government and
Negro attorneys for an immediate
order setting aside Lemley's deci decision.
sion. decision. The court left in effect the stay
granted by the Eighth Circuit
Court of Appeals of its decison
The Supreme Court scheduled a
full-scale hearing for Sept. 11 in
the belief that the high school
would open on Sept. 15.
Chief Justice Earl Warren said
this would allow the court time
to hand down a decision before the
start of the school term.
There was considerable tpaeu-
lation in Little Reck that the
school would open on Sept. 8
throo days befort tho high court
court stay, tho school could start
its fall term on aogrof atod ba basis.
sis. basis. Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus has
not yet signed an emergency bill
passed by the special session of
the Legislature setting Sept. 15 for
the opening of the school. Unless
the bill becomes law, the opening
would be on Sept. 8 as set by the
The six board members found
themselves on the horns of a di dilemma.
lemma. dilemma. If they insist on a Sept. I
opening, legal experts, taid, they
would be seriously jeopardizing
their ease in the subsequent high
If they postpone the opening un
til Sept. 15, they would appear to
segregationists in Little Rock to
be bowing to the wishes of the
court and to be missing a chance
to open the school on a non-integrated
The Arkansas Legislature ad adjourned
journed adjourned its emergency session yes yesterday
terday yesterday after authorizing an inves investigation
tigation investigation of "communist influence"
in the Negro organization pushing
for school integration.
Tho lawmakers apprepriatod
$20,000 for the attorney general
to invottigato state branch of tho
National Association for tho Ad
Labor Day Death Toll Begins To Climb
As Americans Take To The Highways
CHICAGO, Aug.-SO (UPI) -The
nation's death toll began to mount
in the early holiday hours today
as millions of Americans took to
The National Safety council
however, said early reports "look "looked
ed "looked hopeful" and there was a pos possibility
sibility possibility "however slight" that the
toll would not reach the predict predicted
ed predicted 420 deaths for the three-day
The United Press International
count at 8:30 a.m. showed 19 per persons
sons persons killed in traffic accidents,
two persons drowned, one plane
crash death and five deaths in
other mishaps for a total of 27.
Florida led the nation in traf traffic
fic traffic deaths with four, Ohio report
ed three and Illinois and Texas
each had two.
Illinois topped the nation in to total
tal total deaths, however, as four per persons
sons persons burned to death in an early
morning fire at Round Lake
Beach about 45 .miles northwest
of Chicago to bring the state to total
tal total death toll to six.
A toll of 420 would be the low lowest
est lowest Labor Day holiday death rate
on the highways since 1954, when
368 persons were killed. It also
would be 23 below the United
Press International count of 443
for the 1957 Labor Day weekend.
The council said its estimate of
420 fatalities compared with a
normal toll of 350 deaths during
a similar non-holiday period at
this time of year.
Fair weather and warm temper temperatures
atures temperatures blanketed much of the na nation,
tion, nation, but scattered showers and
occasional thunderstorms moved
over the northwest, parts of the
Rockies and the Great Plateau,
and the northern plains.
Maanhila, traffic and aafaty
forc.j about tht nation wrr
mebilixed in effort to held trafr-.
fic deaths to a minimum. Ma Many
ny Many states hoofed up state and
city police units by calling out
In Georgia, Gov. Marvin Griffin
notified the National Guard to
have both men and, planes ready
to aid in tra.fic patrols. The gov
ernor said he was supposed to use
the guard only in emergencies,
but he felt a "real emergency ex
ists" when traffic deaths for
Georgia were estimated at 14 for
the holiday period.
In Indiana, persons arrested or
cautioned for traffic violations dur during
ing during the week end will be advised
its nearmg inursaay, the supreme court w ent aiong witn
stay granted by the 8th Circuit
Rock schools would not open until Sept 15. The Supreme
which the court based its action should c hange as they
the court would have abundant precedent for making an
vancement of Colored People.
The State Senate earlier had
rejected the bill. Faubus then got
in touch with Senators who had
voted against it and told them in
no uncertain fashion he wanted
the law along with his sweeping
powers to close state schools rath rather
er rather than integrate.
Rep. Carroll C. Hollensworth,
one of Faubus s main floor lead leaders,
ers, leaders, said the Legislature plans o
question "some of the principles"
in the Little Rock racial contro controversy.
versy. controversy. "We want to talk to some peo
ple we feel may be engaged m
possible subversive activities,'
"We don't plan to indict anvone,
We just want to bring them out
in the open. This thing the bill
is valuable because we can show
the people of Arkansas the link
between the Communist Party and
A source close to the school
board said that its members would
almost certainly delay Central's
opening until Sept. 15, less it spoil
any chance Little Rock has to get
a favorable ruling from the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court.
Tho source said that any "hanky-pinky"
such as Faubus'S ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers to circumvent the court
would be disastrous. He expres
sed confidence tho board would
realize this and Issue e state statement
ment statement explaining to the Little
Rock public the necessity to do do-lay
lay do-lay Central's opening.
Before it adjourned, the House
received a new bill prohibiting the
transfer of Little Rock students
after school opening. It would
thus prohibit the seven Negroes
from transferring back to Central.
The bill was not passed. But the
Legislature was Remaining techni technically
cally technically in special session until Jan January
uary January and it could get approval
The lawmakers come back to
Little Rock on Sept. 5 for the
state democratic convention and
they might convene again then.
by state policemen of up to-the-minute
accounts of state and na nation
tion nation traffic death tolls, compiled
from the wires of United Press
International and other sources.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol
planned to press every man and
every available piece of equip equipment
ment equipment into service during the
week end, and Illinois o ficials
issued a "traffic condition red'
alert to warn motorists of high highway
way highway hazards.
In Iowa, 10,000 clergymen were
asked to make Sunday "Traffic
Safety Sunday" with sermons
stressing the "individual's moral
responsibility for safe driving."
Although the safety council fear
TODAY L WEEK-END
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Court of App sals temporarily
order that th e High Court let
Norfolk, V a.,
NORFOLK, Va., Aug. 30
(UPI) The Norfolk School
Board announced today it will
admit 1? Negroes to six white
schools Sept. &
The decision was reached de despite
spite despite a state law that would re
quire that any integrated public
school be closed immediately.
The school board advised
Federal Judge Walter E. Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman that It would comply with
court orders to start integra integration
tion integration in schools here.
Charlottesville and Arlington
are other Virginia cities faced
with similar orders. Charlottes
ville has postponed the opening
of schools for two weeks.
Enrollment of Negroes appar apparently
ently apparently will close all three of Nor Norfolk's
folk's Norfolk's high schools and all three
of its junior high schools. Total
enrollment In the six schools is
more than 10,000 students.
It is the first time in Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia history that a school board
has approved the mixing of
races in public schools.
School Board Chairman Paul G.
Schweitzer read the school
board's seven-page report before
a packed courtroom.
Schweitzer said the school
board decision was "in compli compliance"
ance" compliance" with the instructions of
Judge Hoffman to the board last
Monday. Hoffman had ordered
the board to reconsider its Aug.
18 rejection of 151 NegrO appli applications
cations applications for white schools.
Hoffman made it clear, how however,
ever, however, that if the U.S. Supreme
Court reverses the 8th Circuit
Court of Appeals in the Little
Rock school case, he will per permit
mit permit a "reconsideration" of the
Norfolk board's decision.
ed a high toll, it said "not a sin single
gle single traffic death .need occur" if
drivers avoid speeding, drive with
patience, courtesy and common
sense and avoid alcoholic bever beverages.
ages. beverages. The week end marked the last
good chance for the nation, to
enjoy picnics and outings. Resorts
and beaches were expected to be
jammed and, at Chicago, thou thousands
sands thousands were expectd to flock to
the city for the American Legion
convention which scheduled a gi gigantic
gantic gigantic parade on Labor Day.
But the holiday also served no notice
tice notice to the nation's children that
school bells will begin ringing
tne pica or tne iiftie kock
suspending integration at
the suspension stand until its
Court evidently planned to issue its final decision Sept
would change if Central High School were to open on
abrupt change in its own stand.
School Board Will Comply
Judges Integration Order
However, Hoffman said, ''I
presently have no intentions of
until I get the word from higher
authority on the subject."
Hoffman also said that if the
Supreme Court reverses the low lower
er lower court ruling and grants a stay
in the Little Rock case, "it would
by its action, completely and ef effectively
fectively effectively . destroy the effec effective
tive effective compliance of Brown vs. the
Board of Education (the May 17,
1954 Supreme Court decision) ."
Schodl board attorney W.R.C.
Cocke told Hoffman the board
will file a motion requesting the
court to defer the enrollment of
the children until the children
until the school term of 1959.
Hoffman replied: "You can
contemplate what I will do on
that motion." He was expected to
Cocke also asked Hoffman te
"protect" the board from an
injunction Issued by two justic justices
es justices of the Virginia Supreme
Court of Appeal forbidding
'EW MANAGER William
(Willie) A. Howard, Panama
business executive and former
manager and co-owner of Ra Radio
dio Radio Miram&r, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed general manager of
YCN-HOG, Your Community
Network, by the president of
firm, Harmodio Arias Jr. How Howard,
ard, Howard, a Panamanian, has held
several executive positions
both in Panama and abroad.
He resigned the position of
Panama representative for J.
Walter Thompson of Mexico to
accept the general manager managership
ship managership of Your community Net-
From Th Novel by
edna ferber ELIZABETH TAYLOR
ROCK HUDSON -JAMES DEAN
school board to leave In ff
Sept. 11 hearing 'because
the hoard from making any I
student assignments. Hoffman
made It clear he would set the
The injunction was based on
Virginia's pupil placement law I
which veets assignment powers
only in a three-man state board.
Tne schools which would be in
tegrated and the number of stu
dents In each are Granby High,
zib, one Negro; Norvlew High,
io, six wegroes: Maury Hiarh.
2063, one Negro; Northside Jun Junior
ior Junior High, 1462, one Negro; Nor Norvlew
vlew Norvlew Junior High, 1708, three
Negroes; Blair Junior Hieh. 132R.
Cocke emphasized that tha
board will enroll the students but
has not yet enrolled them. The
law automatically closing a
school which Integrates appar apparently
ently apparently will not go into effect un
til they are enrolled.
About the only thing that
comes to him who waits is an.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Rich ........ 80 83
Low ., 11 78
High 99 83
Low 87 88
(max. mph) 8E-13 8-17
RAIN (inches) .95 .01
(inner harbors) 82 81
SUNDAY, AUG. 81
1:15 4:30 8:09
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