The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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fully successfully pu into orbit yesterday Is shown, in close-up before it was Installed in the nose cone of
th iasaeTh "Paacuewheel" ahoulfl atay on orbit- nearly a year collecting data, on the earth's
eloud cover and on the densil and nature of the radiation belt aurremndlng the globe. The
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fchLMfoitet lato-lectrleal; energy to power thetranamltter of the orb's' radio.

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' Oneof mt tig oil storage 'tanks
ktcated in Balboa i hi the path of
the march of progress nd soon is
kr b demolished and moved to
fdrt Vay teTHa, new bridge:- This
Mojecti ii ;e of, three on "which
bids, are now 'being asked by the
Panama'.Canal Company Another
kiforth installation of a .ventila .ventila-tidn
tidn .ventila-tidn system for the sterilizer rooms'
in the operating; auite at Gorgas
i HspitaUs and the third, for ths te te-rdjifing
rdjifing te-rdjifing ;;fi ;.: seven 'Ibuifdinga and
structures In the Cartel Zone.-'.j v
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wnM :fiel bil storage tank TSIo. 80
at tha-fTank'Farmof the Balboa
M rlne ; Bunke'ring I"- Sectibh ;Jn La
Be is to he moved because of the
bridge. construction. Bidsforthe
pnhate. demolition and: removal
of jhis tank will be opened Auieu'.
til.The successful .t bidder is to
complete all work within three
months.
J he bids en Hie ventilation sy sy-Hr
Hr sy-Hr Hie steriliser reems at,

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Bids Also Sought

Cergas Hospital are to be opened
August 12 In the Administration
Building f albea Heights.
Existing exhaust fans, in the win windows
dows windows M the autoclave and steriliz sterilizing
ing sterilizing rooms are to be removed and
air filters installed, in the window
openings. The framing la to be al altered
tered altered and new framing constructed
for the proper installation of the
air filters, The i work should be
completed within 60 calendar djys.
Reroofing bids .will be opened
August 28. The work, in general.
will consist -of W-.teataDatloaf of
new felt on existing tile roof?, re
roofing vof bnHt-up roofs, new mih
eral surfaced roofing, and replace
ment of buitt-uo roofing with..
luminum aabestoav'roof coating bn
various buildings, and structures in
me uanai xone. 5
The work, which It to be com com-plated
plated com-plated within fivo months, Is lo located
cated located at the Ctn Hydro llec llec-trie
trie llec-trie Station, Margarita, Rainbow
CHy, Coco Solo, Rodmart, Oeok H

Teacher, Typist
Jobs Among 38
Open At PC Co.
Tv,irtu.P.ii?lit nosihoM are avail
able with the Canal organization,
according to the transfer-vacancy
kntin nf ip Personnel Bureau.
Six of the openings are in the in
dustrial Division, mere are
openings each in the Health Bu Bu-....
.... Bu-.... t.nH the Division of Schools.
Openings in tne mousrai
sion are ior iwu Hivi'i'o, -:
pipefitter, a shipfitter, a iypv
and a weiaer.
The Division of schools has a
position open for an elementary-
secondary teacher (nign scnooi
english-dramatics); two openings
for recreation assistants; one lor
library assistant; ana one
clerk (typing).
Vacancies in the Health Bureau
are for a dental nygienisi; o.-
tal attendant; memcai raauiu8j
technician; nurse anesmeusi, uu
a optometrist.
An opening for a fwri
gineer is one t the P1"
tioni vacant In the I nglneertng
and Construction Bureau. The
ether vacancies are for an en engineering
gineering engineering draftsman; cartogra cartographic
phic cartographic compilation aide; and a
hu IntMetar.
Irt the Locks Division here are
fnr two lock oper-
at fAie tt 9 hlT1 it! for one iock
guard; and one towing locomotive
Vacancies In the Contract and
Inspection Division ar for tws
elettricjji dquipnient sftoi
r4n thiT Electrical OivsiOB liee
tne tw openings, Vwe ior ttan
s,.i;rl.n th Athor for a tele
phone operator; the Motor Ttlft Ttlft-sportatijn
sportatijn Ttlft-sportatijn Division has one Va Vacancy,
cancy, Vacancy, for a chauffeur; the Office
Af- fh rnmntrnller has four va
cancies.! ..two for clerk-stenogra
phers, one clerk-typist, and one
time, lave and payroll cleric;
the Navigation Division openings
i w ton sipnal-men. and one
rnsrinn incnprtinn assistant; and
t.h. Centt-al Employment Office
has an opening for a qualifica
tions rating clerk.
at Balboa and La Boca, and con consists
sists consists of the following:
Installation of new felt on exist
ing tile roof at the Machine Shop,
uatun Hydro Electric S t a i o n:
installation of hew mineral surfac
ed felt. roofing at Buildini 8040,
Margarita service Center: Instal
lation of new built-up roofing.
Building 6107, Rainbow City Lunch
eonette and Bath House, and Fil
ter House: installation. of new min
eral (surfaced roofing. Building
1186,, coca Solo Bath House; re
placement of built-up roofing,
Building 79. Rodman Fire Station:
removal of existing metal roofing
from gas station shed and Installa
tion of new mineral surfaced root
ing, C.aSoline Station, East End of
Dock 16, Balboa; removal of exist existing
ing existing built-up roofing and application
of alumimim-asbestcs-asphalt roof
coating, Building 1254. Foam S tor
age Building at La Boca entrance
to on lank Farm.

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FLAG RETURNED Panama

which was taken from ths Colombian garrison here on Nov. 3, when Panama seceded from Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, before formally returning It to Colombian foreign minister Cesar Turbay (right), who

is here on a jnree-aay atate visu.
Justice Rlcardo A.. Morales.

MelcirR)urns Gpture(f"Cbl6mlbjan Flag
IffSymljdlic Gesture Of Friendship

In a symbolic gesture, ofgood ofgoodwill,
will, ofgoodwill, Panamanian Foreign, Minis Minister
ter Minister Miguel J. Moreno v" Jr. f loday
turned over a Colombia flag
which had been captured Joy the
revolutionary fofces who vspear vspear-headed
headed vspear-headed Panama's independence
drive on Nov. 3, 1903. ;
Delivery was made to Colombian
Foreign Minister Cesar Turbay,
who arrived here yesterday4 for a
three-day state visit, in the Bolivar
Room of the old San Francisco
convent where the meeting of
American president was held in
1956.
Before going to the .convent for
the flag ceremony, Moreno, Turbay
and a committee of Panamanians
and Colombians sat down in the
Yellow Room at the Persideiicia to
lay groundwork for an economic
and cultural agreement between
Colombia and Panama, which. Tur-
Panama Students
In US Must Cc
Forms Notarized
The American Embassy ass an announced
nounced announced that all Panamanian stj stj-dents.
dents. stj-dents. who attend schools (n the
United States -must have (heir I I-20
20 I-20 forms, Certificate -of Accept
ance by School and Students, no notarized
tarized notarized by a consular officer of
the United States before they can
return for the Fall' term.
All students living in Jhe Pa Panama
nama Panama City or Colon areas,, should
go to either the embassy or the
consulate in Colonwherever their
student visa was Issued; as soon
as possible for' their own: conve convenience,
nience, convenience, and to avoid the last min minute
ute minute rush. j
Persons living In the Puerto Ar-
muelles or Alrvrante areas may
have their 1-20 forms notarized
by the consular agents lcated in
those, cities. v t-
Prospective
Representatives from some 28
manufacturing the supply firms
of Panama and the United states
attended a, pre-bldding conference
yesterday afternoon on the pro
posed lighting systems for the
Panama Canal Locks and along
GaiUard Cut. i
The Proposed liehtine i system
wiU be v unique m, that It is de
signed not" to -light' the waterway
itself,, but,, to evenly illuminate
the banks. Lights Will bj utilized
as navigation aids rather than for
floodlighting ;effecti,v
After the conference flie visi visitors
tors visitors were taken on an Inspection
trip through GaiUard Cut- aboard
the Canal Tug Atlat. Ostensibly
the trip was to give the repre representatives
sentatives representatives a chance to lee the
working conditions and terrain
through the Cut where ectge-light-iag
-ii :to bo InataUed,

Foreign Minister Miguel J. Moreno Jr. kisses the Colombian flag.

LOOKing on are chier or protocol

bay said he hoped would be com-bian

pleted by the end of the year.
Following the meeting, Ttirbay
laid a wreath at the' base of the
statue of Simon Bolivar in the
square of the same name.
Tonight Turhay will be guest of
honor at a meeting of the Colom-
flew Lighting Plan
For Panama Streets
To Be Considered
A plan fo provide Panama City
with fluorescent or mercury street
lights is scheduled to be present presented
ed presented to the Municipal Council at its
next meeting b" Mayor Heliodo Heliodo-ro
ro Heliodo-ro (Lolito) Patino.
The plan, based on studies
made by the Panama Fuerza y
Luz Co., calls for Installation
along Mexico, Balboa, Federico
Boyd and Manuel Espinosa Ave Avenues,
nues, Avenues, part of the Trans-Isthmian
Highway and Tocumen Highway.
Patino lighting bill also con contemplates
templates contemplates ordering the owners
of apartment and tenement build buildings
ings buildings to light up the lower portion
Of street balconies with 40-watt
bulbs, which according to, the
power company only consumes
One dollar's worth of electricity
per month, owners would be
given 90 days to comply with the
ordinance after It is approved by
the city council.
It is understood that the City
of Santiago, Veraguas, has been
using fluorescent lighting for se several
veral several years, and the town or Arrai Arrai-jan
jan Arrai-jan started using it some month
ago.
The plan to light up street bal
conies is aimed at minimizing
the number ot robberies.

Bidders Briefed On Proposed PC Lighting Or Canal,

At the same time it also gave
the visitors an unexpected view
of the continuing heavy traffic
situation in the Canal.
Just north of Contractor's Hill.
where cut-widening is in progress,
the Atlas was halted for 45 min
utes to allow passage of a super super-carrier
carrier super-carrier on clear-cut transit.
Returning to Pedro Miguel
following the Inspection the
prospective bidders were ablo
to so seven-ocean going ships
at various stage of t r a n s 1 1
through the locks.
The conference wag conducted
by Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr.,
engineering and construction di director,
rector, director, who announced at the o o-pening
pening o-pening of the meeting, in the
ROTC Building in Balboa, that
the opening of bids for this major
Canal Improvement project will
be. delayed from Aug, 31 to 38

Firaer

camilo Levy Salcedo and Chief
Society of Panama.
Last night, the Colombian For
eign Minister was decorated with
the Order of Vasco Nunez de Bal
boa at a dinner given in his hnnor

by President and Mrs. Ernesto de'an(( jujy 27.

la Guardia Jr.
Lady Judge Agrees
To Withhold Cracks
On Secret Police
Panama Juvenile court Juris"
Dr. Clara Gonzalez Behrineer
yesterday said she would refrain
from making further statemmt'
with regard to the controvrAV
between her and Secret Po'irr
Chief Hector Valdes Jr until the
matter is aired before Atty. Gen.
Hermogenes de la Rosa.
Mrs. Behringer said a moe!in!,
with Valdes and the coroner in
De la Rosa's office Thursday had
to be postponed because she had
to handle a case that day in Co
Ion. No new date has been set.
The controversy between Valdes
and Mrs. 'Behringer came as a
result of charges by the latter
that delinauent minors are tortur tortured
ed tortured by the Secret Police. The
charges were made during a ra radio
dio radio interview last Sunday night.
Churchill Show
LONDON (UPI) An exhibition
of 62 paintings by Sir Winston
Churchill at the Royal Academy
closed last night after a five five-month
month five-month stand. It. drew a total of
141,000 visitors.
for the convenience of prospec-!
tive bidders.
Brown gave an extended ex
planation of the lighting project
and explained that the specifica specifications'
tions' specifications' were written only after ex experiments
periments experiments conducted over a pe period
riod period of months to obtain the de
sired efect for night time opera operation
tion operation df the Canal.
"The purpose of this project,"
he said, "is to provide adequate,
sale, modern ugnting ior me ra ra-nama
nama ra-nama Canal locks; to permit un-
interruDted 24-hour operation and
to provide modern, safe, and us:1
ful lighting througnout uauiunj
Cut.
"Over the past year and a
half many experiments In light lighting
ing lighting have been conducted, both
at the Locks and In the Cut.
Wo have arrived ot the type and
degree of Illumination which Is
III beta of rites areas.

PC

24-hour Operati

Of Canal Seen
As Regular Soon

Another traffic jam may be building up on the Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, some shipping agents believe.
Eight ships were shut out at Balboa last night, ac according
cording according to Panama Canal figures.
No ships are expected to be shut out tonight fol following
lowing following a 34-transit day 18 northbound and 16 south southbound.
bound. southbound. But agents are thinking back nervously to the big
July traffic jam when as many as 28 vessels where shut
out overnight.
One shipping agent declared today that the announc

ed extension until further notice of both shifts at Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores and Gatun Locks by one hour each, to nine hours,
falls six hours short of a promise by Gov. William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter to operate the Canal on a 24-hour basis when there
were traffic jams.
The agent did not reveal under what circumstances
Potter made such a promise. But he alleged there was "a
far cry" between promise and performance.

in view or ine numoer
the world, it will n6t ie long
Canal on a regular-24-hoii

now is when there is a periodic falling off of transits

Another waterfront source spoke
today of the sardonic glee with
which the captain of the round-he-world
tourist ship President
rolk recently greeted a newspa newspaper
per newspaper story recording Potter's report
to Sen. Warren G. Magnuson (D (D-Wash.)
Wash.) (D-Wash.) and Rep. Leonor K. Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan (D-Mo.) to the effect that
everything on the Canal was. fine.
In essence, Potter's report to
the leeislators s'ated that normal
onerations would resume on the
The President Polk arrived at
Cristobal before down July 29, ac according
cording according to the .waterfront source,
and as a large passenger ship
started a priority transit
However, the vessel, with its
loan oi tourists, aia noi ue up
Balboa till around 9 p.m.
The usual time of Balboa arrival
after such a transit is about 3
p.m., giving tourists plenty of time
for shopping and sightseeing be before
fore before dark, and a look around the
ni?M life after.
The 8 p.m. docking of the
President Polk cost the tourists
their sightseeing, and cost tour tourist
ist tourist agents and shopkeepers the
tourists' money, according to
the wate-front nource.
The Polk's caotain, according to
the sam source, was to be heard
inauiring loudb' what was so "nor "normal,"
mal," "normal," to use Potter's term, about
an 11-hour transit for a first-class
tourist ship. 1
Meanwhile unofficial Canal
Company sources and reliably
shipping representatives today
scoffed at a statement from the
Panama Foreign Office that the
Canal administration refused to
provide facilities for Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian nautical Inspectors to boaM
Panama-flag ships In Canal
Zone waters.
Authority for boarding and lim limited
ited limited inspection of Panama ships
here was granted In an agreement
between the two governments
signed Aug. 5, 1957.
Last weekend the Panama For Foreign
eign Foreign office announced termination
of the agreement, saying Canal Canal-imposed
imposed Canal-imposed limitations made such
inspections all but impossible.
Earlier this week Canal Zone
Many different fixtures were
tried and the help of U.S. manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing firms was received In
making these determinations.
"The conclusions reached are
that the SvlVania and Westinel
house fixtures described in the
specifications meet the needs in
the Cut, and the General Electric
fixtures meet the needs at the
Locks. There is no intention of
rigidly requiring lights manufact manufactured
ured manufactured by thest three firms, and
any other fixture which gives the
same light pattern, distribution,
and degree of shielding and meets
other durability requirements win
he acceptable, "he manner of ap-
Droval of fixtures is set forth in
thp specifications."
Brown also announced that the
Fair Labor Standards Act will be
applicable for this projtct, which
will require a minimum $1 an
hour wag.

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or snips oeina DUiir arouna I

before we have to have thr
basis; the flgejif idtdV-' 7 7
authorities formally denied an?
limitations had been imposed on
Panama's boarding inspectors inspectors-Yesterday's
Yesterday's inspectors-Yesterday's statement by the
Foreign Office reiterated last
week charge and also released -a
report by inspector Gnillermo
E. Velasco alleging he was
hampered in performing inspec inspection
tion inspection duties.
Velasco charged he was denied
information on Panama ship ar arrivals,
rivals, arrivals, that he could not pr-nure
launch service, and that he was
told to get daily boarding permis permission
sion permission from the Port Captain al although
though although the agreement clearly pro
vided no such daily permission waa
i required
cinij
sources today did not
know where Velasco got the idea
he needed the Port Captain' per permission
mission permission to board a vessel, but
that in any case the idea was in
error.
Velasco also complained that ha
could not get a copy of any day's
scheduled transits before 6 a.m.
each day, though the launch left
for the anchorage at 5:30 a.m.
An unofficial observer today
noted that whatever Velisco's
difficulties may have been in
getting a copy of the shippinq list
from the port captain's office, ho
seemed to have spent a strange
ly long time on his inspector's
fob without discovering that ox
actly the tome list I published
dally in the English-language
Star and Herald.
This morhing paper Is on salt
well before the launch leaves.
Exact figures on the number of -requests
for lsunch service from
Panama inspectors during the two
year period were not immediately
available, but Informed sources
said such request were practical practically
ly practically non-existent.
Meanwhile shipping agents con
firmed they had always been will willing
ing willing to have Panama inspectors ac accompany
company accompany them, thus eliminating
launch service expense for the
Foreign Office.
But most agents queried insist
ed Inspectors never appeared.
Brown Introduced various t
presentatives of the Canal organ!
zation attending the meeting to as assist
sist assist ig answering various ques questions
tions questions of interest to prospective bid
ders.
His discussion of the lighting
project was followed by a que

uon-and-answer session in wlucB
many questions of a technical Ha--'
ture were submitted. While oral
answers were given at th meet
ing to these, they are to be cover
ed by a formal addendum to the
specifications which will be issued
to all contractors, who plan to sub
mit bids. :v: ' i
The lighting .system for the v
Cut and, the locks have attracted

wide attention. Prior to the meet--ing,
nearly SO United States firm
and IS Panama firms communic communicated
ated communicated with the Canal Company tv
obtaia data projcy
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Sir

wffiSK" ha" decided on .'campaign to induce us
J blSSc" iXr "an pursue rational policy in the approach,,
rUinTpapr, have been trying to make believe th.t sinv
ply to force certain political parties to Mrf(."f
of our group as candidates for deputy to the National Assembly
"'VZW would he indeed rid.cu.ou. to
.imply tfl Tree nomination of certain individual, of our group
EimK to force nomination of rret.in individuals of our group as
candidates for deputy to the National Assembly.
No rebell on. abandonment, or stampede in avor of or against
any oolitical party or combination of parties, to force nomination of
any S3 vidS.l ofLr group as candida.e for deputy to .the N.tmnaJ
Assembly is being considered by any important section of Panama
nians of West Indian origin. Not yet, at least. ,i;n..l
""Abandonment of one political party or comb.n.t.on of pohtic.l
irtie for another mav become an issue in the future, but sucn a
SSSon will not be undertaken simply for the purpose of forcing
rmminarion of individuals as candidates for the National Assembly.
Tnm are ctdy su that will have to be satisfactorily cleared
Lfore thoughtful Panamanians of West Ind.an orig.n decide how to
vote, and for whom we should vote. ju.,. i h
New personalities will be entering the political deba es n the
eoming political campaign wl. counting confidently on the intelli intelligence
gence intelligence of every voter of West Indian origin, they intend to ask rana rana-manian
manian rana-manian of West Indian origin to vote for principles, clearly de .ned
bv the policy-makers of the parties seeking our votes. They will net
5, to trust unauthorized promises of lower-eche on poll ic ansj
Thus those who we may choose as our representatives to the Ra Rational
tional Rational Assembly will not be restrained by fear of deviation rnnr par par-ty
ty par-ty Scv Xnev.r it seems necessary to speak uncompromisingly in
tX of our wellbeing or in defense of our interests as Panamanian
eiti"ns- Andrei L. L.wton

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Sir:
I am not much of a radio listener. In fact I don't have much
time for it But 1 got curious regarding "Music Lover s" letter Ma
Aug 1) about HOG It was written in a particular way. I wil
explain about that later, but let me teU you that on that evening 1 1 set
v radio dial at 8?0 kc. as he stated in the letter, and what I heard
as .11 good I heard records my son and my daughter play at home,
ud I that I gather are the latest ones. (They keep asking me for mon mon-ev
ev mon-ev every week for records).
The announcers sounded good also. I especially liked one v.ho
announced a request program. If he didn't sound professional, who
does' I reallv don't know much about radio or radio announcing
but I am a lis'tener, and a music lover. . a real music lover. So I
8h0UI1hakvef"Iaid I don't know much about radio, but I do know about
human nature. And that letter didn't look Me letter from a music
lover, or an ordinary radio listener. They would have said. The m u u-ic
ic u-ic you olav is no good. Why don't you play something different.
Why don't vera buy records? Or change your programs?
But this guv who wrote the letter and who seems to know a lot
about Armv regulations doesn't say anything like that. He s talking
about the people who work in the station, and about the station mak making
ing making monev. Does a radio listener or a music lover care if a station
or a newspaper makes money or not' They don't. Analyzing h-s
better, "Music Lover" wanted to say: "Fire those guys at HOG. I m
the man who should be there!" This theory is corroborated by him
at the end of his malicious letter. ... o)
If you don't like a Tadio station, you just don t listen to it But
"Music Lover" ends his letter saying: "I would like to hear good
gound when I set my radio dial at 830kc." He keep listening to HOG,
and he says he ddesn't like it. Odd, isn't it?
Juit An Obierver

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Sir:
As a booster and friend of Panama and the Canal Zone. I think
Percv the Potman had something in his July 5 column. He is right
about the absence of interesting and instructed tourist guides here,
and the lack of places to be guided to. Also, there should he leaflets
or booklets to be handed out or sold at Old Panama, describing and
explaining the ruins.
" The hotel going up in Taboga is tops, but the solid concrete struc structure
ture structure of La Restinga blocks off the breezes and the v,ew. Someone
must be saving the best site on Taboga for himself. The best site is
Bone but the former location of the famous Aspinwall Hotel.
The ordinary tourist is not made aware of a fine restaurant at Las
Cumbres "La Hacienda." The decor, in the style of a native ranch,
ensure that the place is cool on a hot Sunday noon. The Las ( umbres
breezes and the straw-thatched roof keep it very pleasant. The food
it the only authentic Panamanian restaurant fare to he found outside
of the charcoal braziers on the Calidonia sidewalks. The rice, sancn sancn-cho
cho sancn-cho and beef are often cooked on charcoal, n taste luxury to us electric-driven
Americans. The "carne en palitos" is charroal-hroiled
native beef in little hunks on a sharp stick.
If thev could find it, tourist shoppers might leave money at an
obscurelv olared shop on the corner behind the French Bazaar block.
It is "Ferial owned and personally-run by the Pinel sisters, one ot
them an artist. They sell handcraft exclusively Panamanian in origin.

DRAMA OF
Sir:

Cast: Fted Rouse, of Miami. Fla.
One liop lb. (estimated) Pacific Black Marlin.
Seene: Off Pinas Bay, July
Now listen vou fishermen, you ihall heir.
Of the greatest fight In Fred's fishing career.
The whole bait's made up with tender care.
In high hooes that the marlin would be there.
Now watching, now waiting, the baits for an hour,
The Marlin struck with tremendous power.
Fred grabbed the rod to set the hook.
With hard and fast pulls, according to the book
We assumed it was a Marlin, a "muy grande" one;
He never showed for one hour: he could have weighed a ten.
Mr. Hamlin (that is) to use his quote:
"This only a shark! 'Don't bring him into the boat."
The sea was a bit rough, the sky partly clear;
Fred shouted: "It's 9 o'clock! Bring me a beer!"
With harness attached, everything under control,
Suddenly, there leaned clear of the water.
A majestic Black Marlin seeking no quarter.
Clearly visible for us all to see, a giant marlin it had lo be (four
jumps, broadside to ).
' During the excitement no pictures were taken.
The camera was forgotten, we all were a shaken.
Fred fought this fish with sheer might
As always, keeping the line tight.
Tor hours and hours as the fight kept up
With Fred and the marlin it was hip and tuck.
"Boss Hamlin" supplied the Canadian Club drinks
To bolster Fred's morale, he thinks.
Again many hours of time rolled by
-Fred never did falter or heave a sigh.
The flying gaff was ready, Fred had him up close,
With much pumping, the Marlin felt his oats.
Off he would go, to our utter dismay
To Fred, this was hell to pay.
The Marlin stopped, Fred hauled him up short.
Fred tightened his drag, symbolic of a sport.
"The line is slack," said Fred with a shout;
Reeling in, he saw the hook had straightened out.
After 5 and 3-4 of hours, the Marlin broke away.
We sure hope he lives to fight another day.
The hook will be gold-plated, adorning Fred s desk,
V" A grim reminder of the great test.
'' Alas, and alack, the curtain finishes the ad
On a drama that was action packed.
' : Capt. Leuit "Pop" Schmidt

VOTE

nf Panamanians of
G.
THI DEEP

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIE&EL
SOPHIATOWN, South Africa
There's a bicycle thief in the Sov Soviet's
iet's Soviet's five-year master plan to dev develop
elop develop experts assigned to stirring
th;s continent into a rage of viol violent
ent violent rioting to drive six million
whites inio the sea or their graves
and to shove millions of natives
into the chaos of bankruptcy and
hunger.
This bicycle thief is at the bot bottom
tom bottom of the Soviet apparat which
stretches from Moscow's special
African Studies Division of the
Oriental Institute of the USSR A A-cademy
cademy A-cademy of Sciences. The thief is
a "tsolsi." He's a hood. "Tsolsi"
gangs are roving bands of thugs.
Sometimes they are 2,000 to 3,000
strong and peel off squads of mus muscle
cle muscle as enforcers. They're for hire.
In the past they've used knives.
But they learned soon that knife
wounds can be healed even 10 or
12 slashes in the gut. So they
found a new teVror weapon the
spoke of a bicycle wheel. Trained
Tsotsis now know how to spine spine-stab
stab spine-stab with a spoke. A swift thrust
into the right spot and vou leave
a paraplegic. I talked tothe khaki
clad native police guarding them.
More than 90 pei centof the ward
was jammed with terror victims.
They recover their limbs, most
of them, but they never recover
fronj the terror. This type of ter termors
mors termors unloosed by the subtle Com Communis!
munis! Communis! apparat when unrest sti's
honest natives on real issues. Res Responsible
ponsible Responsible African leaders start a
peaceful protest move. Or they
call a meeting. Or urge their peo people
ple people not to go out on a futile
strike. Or ask their followers to
passively resist government ord orders
ers orders to move from this razed citv
jungle to housing projects further
out. Then, subtly directed Com
munist provocateurs unloose tsot tsotsi
si tsotsi gangs against the moderates.
One such moderate leader w
slashed near t death two years
ago wnen ne told his oeonln not
to boycott schools. It took six
months for Philip Vundla to re
cover from the Commie Tsotsis.
I his is not to say that all uoheav uoheav-als
als uoheav-als are Commie inspired. The ap apparatus
paratus apparatus too wise for that. Soviet
tacticians just wait for unrest to
boil over. Then, the apparat, car caring
ing caring little for what happens to the
protesting Africans, whins un the
frenzy and terrorizes the honest
nativp workers and womenfolk in
to following orders which then
lead to new unrest and violent
rioting.
For the moment this is the on only
ly only overt action by the Soviet un underground
derground underground assigned to turning all
Africa against us and lhP rest of
tho Wool Tlio ..-t
'V- j? tniririR cue mil veil
ready. Their specialists Srp being?
trainer). At the ton of the .African
apparat is a Comrade I. I. P,i P,i-tekhin.
tekhin. P,i-tekhin. He is Russia's leading A A-frican
frican A-frican Commissar. He has been at
't for at least two dec "dos work working
ing working wh'le most Americans saw
most of Afripa Sc thrt r,inin I
ground for Tarzan and .Tanp.
While wc were waloh'ng Clark
Gable moving towards the ultim ultimate
ate ultimate with Ava Gardner un along
the Congo River. Comrade Potck Potck-hin
hin Potck-hin was writing Red Afrpin ?ra ?ra-tegy
tegy ?ra-tegy under the title of "The Stal Stalinist
inist Stalinist Thcorv of Colonial Revolu Revolution
tion Revolution and the National Liberation
Movement in Tron-cal nuth Afr'.
ca." Yon take Mocambo. they'll
t-ke Afrra without which he
Atomic Enersy Commission has
said we could not have had the
uranium for the first hnmbs in the
easy nuantit'es neded for swift
production of the first hnmh.
Th;s Stalint thnrv of cn'onial
revolution called for the violence
I've described. Rut in the
Sovie's dee'ded to go underground
in Africa. In Aoril IP1 "e Orien Oriental
tal Oriental Institute nf the CSSR Acade Academy
my Academy o' Sciences henan specializing
in subtle pnetration of some A A-friran
friran A-friran movement-. n September,
the seoarale section on Africa
was created for th's infiltration.
The cadres were created.
All over the rontine" 'V"1 pnv
are the "SovH scholars" dis dispatched
patched dispatched here hv Moscow's Or'n-i
al Institute. Officially the Institute
says tht thev arp on thi conti continent
nent continent "for scientific work and to
rsise the;r nii'lificaticns In 1,S7
Comrade Potekhin rushed to Gha Ghana
na Ghana for a short "visi'." H lef be behind
hind behind him a certain Mr. M about
whom more later- who train trained
ed trained for four years in Moscow's
chrols frr revolutionary '"lies.
Today Mr M operates nuietly ;n
Ghana's capital. Accra. Whenever
he ran he spurs violence. It was
h" who launched the Man ,':tu
chief .Tomo Kenyatta, also a Mos Moscow
cow Moscow trainee.
Thus the Soviets work. Thus
thev set themselves for the dav
when they can provoke riots and
rinoinf of rails, decks, oil wells,
gold mines, uranium pits, copper
mines and whole cities against the
counsel of rnoderale African lead lead-er.
er. lead-er. For that black day they plan to
be readv in five years according
to the Oriental Institute's own expressions.

KEA Service, "-f" I i4-

NEW YORK

By
SAL MINEO DISCOVERED 20 20-year
year 20-year old TV actress G. W E N
Hearn. Last time they dat dated,
ed, dated, booh were 14 and in school.
(Bet she changed more than he
did.). .Guide to Girling: It's o o-kay
kay o-kay to let her go to your head.
But not to your wallet.
This I can do Standing on my
Head (I'm not dizzy either.):
, viin Rarton's exes keep keeping
ing keeping occupied. Wynn Lassner with
model Jackie Rogers. Agent Vic
Jarmel (whom I promised not to
. ui .is an "ex") with starlet
Ann Alexander. .Hear anything
about Otto Preminger and Hope
Bryce tying the knot in England
within the next two weeks?. .
Danny's Hideaway Danny Stradel Stradel-la
la Stradel-la not satisfied with merely be being
ing being a tnillronsffre. Now he's play playing
ing playing a bit role iri Paramount's
western "Last Train from Gun
Hill". .The guy who started
calling women "Th? Fair Sex"
certainly knew nothing about jus justice.
tice. justice. . Liz and Eddie already?
Please say no to the rumors. I
can't stand it again. .Robert Q.
Lewis knows the most popular
UN employe. She's a gal who
learned to say "Yes" in 24 lan languages.
guages. languages. .Hollywood giggling a a-bout
bout a-bout how Sinatra got the shiner.
(He didn't hump into a door ei either.).
ther.). either.). When a gal sweeps a
guy off hs feet it means he's go going
ing going to the cleaners.
I'm not the D.A. (So don't an answer.):
swer.): answer.): What has hoodlum Vin Vin-nie
nie Vin-nie (Bruno) Mauro, Tony Ben Bender's
der's Bender's front man, got on this
town ?Who does he think he is,
Johnny Dio? He goes around
pushing people, dames especially,
but not a peep from anyone. .
Haven't the nation's ton police
chiefs been holding secret meet meetings
ings meetings for months fearful that just
something like the near race ri riots
ots riots in Harlem would break out
and snrcad across northern ci cities
ties cities like a prairie fire? Com Commies
mies Commies trying to trigger off a
bloody interracial war. which
Harlem will have nothing of.
(Wasn't Sugar Ray ill advised
when h? said Harlem Is "a sep separate
arate separate country?" That's the silly
Red line calling on Negroes to
set up "independent" American
republics wherever they live in
large numbers.)
Posl-Mortimers (I'm not dead
vet): It ain't 9 game with Karol
Fagcro. the gorgeous Greek ten tennis
nis tennis star, and Don Kaiser, the
oro-conrt are. They've passed
from 40love to "let's get mar married
ried married ". .It wasn't Carnarvon
who was married to Adele As As-taire.
taire. As-taire. I; was Cavendish. Carnar Carnarvon
von Carnarvon was married to Tillie Losch.
(Well, thev both were dancers ).
. .Wait 'till the lupos at El Mo Morocco's
rocco's Morocco's Wolves Table loon Nor Norma
ma Norma Maria. 22-year-old South Rho Rho-desian
desian Rho-desian beaut in U-I's "The Mum Mummy."
my." Mummy." She'd bring nnv mummv
back to life. .Ralor Martv
Kimmcl, once married to Gloria
de Haven, is tin in he clouds at
the Harwvn with airline steward stewardess
ess stewardess Janet Mick. .Stuart Bar Bar-thclmcss,
thclmcss, Bar-thclmcss, handsome son of tie
handsome silent screen star, not
so silent at the Chateau Madrid
with heiress Mikki Derrin.
Ditto on the Ditto: Murray
Korman, famous photog of cuties
clad in cuticle, celebrating a fon fon-tract
tract fon-tract to do the beauties in John
Wayne's ','Alamo" with socialite
Rosalinda St. John in Ocean
Breeze, N.J. .Now that they
named a hurricane "Cindy," Bill
Tahbert wonders if Joey Adams
will demand equal recognition.
. .Bronx County D.A. Dan Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan told not to run for re-election
because of "advancing age."
Boys fear that if anything hap happened
pened happened to him, Gov. Rockefeller
would name a Republican suc successor,
cessor, successor, so Congressman Isidore
Dollincer, a good Demo, will run.
. .A husband is a guy who ask asked
ed asked a question and has been get getting
ting getting answered back ever sine.

"Apres Moi, Le Deluge"

CONFIDENTIAL
MORTIMER

LEE
I like to Break Things: Two
years ago a beauty named In
ctriA T il AiaA "miTcloirtiiehf" in
Monte Carlo. Monaco doesn't like
oad publicity, so they called it
"suicide." Her room contained
narcotics and hypos. The death
was hushed so completely that
the wire services carried only a
paragraph noting that she fre frequently
quently frequently registered in the hotel
with an American named Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, "first name illegible."
More Breakage: Not mentioned
in the mystery of the mystery
death of the mystery beaut is
$250,000 worth of jewels found in
her room. ..According to French
police, a New York lawyer ap-
pea red on the- scene and claim

ed dthe, gems for her estate If that 'Women Confidential' ap ap-thiicfartmelff;Bfet'itt.''Wylet
thiicfartmelff;Bfet'itt.''Wylet ap-thiicfartmelff;Bfet'itt.''Wylet neared in error as a working ti

DAILY
MEDITATION
(Prtsenttd by th Department
of Christian Education of the,
Episcopal Church in tho Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Dioctst of tho Panama
Canal Zone.)
THE UNHIDDEN GOD
"I am the Lord; and thero
it else. I havo not spoken
in stcrtt, in a dark placa of
arth."
"Truly thou art a God who
hidest theyself." This is the con con-linuing
linuing con-linuing cry of manking. Doubts
and fears assail us, problems for
which we see no solution. We
pray to God hut He does not
seem to answer us. Yet remem
ber, it was Adam who hid from
God in the garden and not the
reverse. He Whom we call the
hidden God is in fact the re revealing
vealing revealing God. It is our own blind blindness
ness blindness and ignorance which are at
fault.
He is the God of creation Who
has manifested Himself in the
world. He has made. Each new
discovery about outer space or
the inner workings of the atom
discovers God for us. Nor did He
create the world as a chaos, but
as a home for men to dwell in.
The fact that He is the Crea Creator
tor Creator means that all men are to
turn to Him. and Israel has
been chosen for this task of wit witness.
ness. witness. God is speaking to a na nation
tion nation which will not linsten.
He is hidden only to the ex extent
tent extent that Israel has refused to
reveal Him to all nations. As Is Is-real
real Is-real manifests the hidden God
to others, so God reveals Him Himself
self Himself to the nation.
matter of
FACT
The first sound recording was
made by Thomas Edison Id
1877. Hli first machine used ft
stylos which pressed froovea
:lnto a revolving cylinder cov covered
ered covered with a layer of tinfoil.
Edison's simple machine had
many faults, chief of which
was that the foil could be
played batlc only a few times,
but It wii start at recording.
O Snoyolopedla Brltaanlee,

i the bottom of this thriller. I
;now all the names now (but so
o the Feds) and will print 'em
.vhen details of this international
whodunit are clearer.

End of the line (All of): BB's
sexy sister, Mijanou Bardot, got
all excited when visiting, Hr
woodians warned her with wild
stories about Mickey Rooney
with whom she'll co-star in "Ad "Adam
am "Adam and Eve." "He sounds mar marvelous,"
velous," marvelous," she gasped. .Some Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood columns and trade papers
continue to refer to Mamie Van
Dnren's upcoming starrer as
"Women Confidential" whereas
mai line is nil reserved for my
next book. Producer Ed Small
writes to clear it up: "I'm lorry
ne ana i nave taken iteps for an
announcement to be made that
the Van Doren picture will be
called 'Pleasure Gir!.' (Thanx
Ed.). .Ben Gazzara and Lola
Mason, the blonde beaut, at No.
One Fifth. (Did Joe Di Mag
strike out?). .Genius Jan Mit Mit-che'l's
che'l's Mit-che'l's Luchow Forest Festival
with oompah bands on the 28th.
. .It's not the wolf at the door
that breaks most guys. It's the
minks in the closet.
THIS IS VERSE?
A summer resort's a place
which tingle girls use as a bat
'o ett tpouitd. In'eid they get
touted.

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Merry

WASHINGTON Charming
Adm. .Robert "LMick" Carney,
wiio has held more top jooi in
the Navy Department tnan most,
w.s ic.Uing oeiorc tna House
Munitions Lobby Committee re regarding,
garding, regarding, bis uuues witn various
corporationi at retired u u-icer.
icer. u-icer. He lested private income of
$49,300 plus $12,888 retirement
pay, making a total of $62,188,
plus travei expenses, tree oirice
space furnished him by VVest VVest-ingnouse
ingnouse VVest-ingnouse Electric, puis a tree
secretary furnished him by a
puDhc relauon iirm.
The breakdown of Carney's in income,
come, income, tgeuer with the amount
of defense contracts his compa companies
nies companies receive is:
Bath Iron Works $25,600. ..Pen ..Pentagon
tagon ..Pentagon contracts $200,000,000.
fairchild Aircraft $13,200.
. .Contracts in 1958: $112,400,000.
Westuvhouse Electric $7500.
. .Contracts in 1958: $271,600,000.
Nationwide Securities Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation Viooo.
Chairman Edward Hebert of
Louisiana ticked over GUrney's
duties and stipends. He noted
the $25,600 a year received from
Bath Iron Works, a shipbuilding
corporation in Maine.
"What are your duties?" He Hebert
bert Hebert asked.
"My duties consist of presid presiding
ing presiding at board and stockholders'
meetings," replied Carney. "In
my particular case no other du duties
ties duties have been proscribed. I have
nothing to do with management
and sales." j
Hebert looked incredulous. "Is
that all you do?" he asked.
"Yes, the board meets every
two months," Carney replied.
POLITICS vs. ECONOMY
Hebert still looked skiptiesl,
but went on to other things. He
had to coyer a lot of wittnesses
and a lot of other companies,
for there are about 100 retired
military officers employed bv
10 big corporations which pull
down, according to official Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon figures, 74 percent of U.S.
defense contracts.
If Hebert had had ore time
or if he had not been restricted
by the rule hat a congressman
can't investigate a senator, he
might have thrown light on an
interesting operation which oc occurred
curred occurred just before the Bath Iron
Works hired Crney to do noth nothing
ing nothing except preside over board
meetings for $25,600 a year.
In 1954, Sen. Leverett Salton Salton-stall
stall Salton-stall of Massachusetts, Republi Republican,
can, Republican, faced a tough re-election
battle against Foster Furcolo,
Democrat, now governor of Mas Massachusetts.
sachusetts. Massachusetts. Bath Iron Works in Maine, was
scheduled to be awarded three
destroyers by the Navy, but sud
denly they were switched to the
Bathlehem Steel shipyard
at Quincy, Mass., in order to
help Saltonstall's re-election. They
were swithced to the Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts yard from Maine ever
though thP contract with Bath
was for $9,500,000 less.
Pen. Margaret Chase Smith of
Maine immediately protested
She made a series of vigorous
speeches pointing out that Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower had promised the na nation
tion nation economy, not politics. T he
sneeches were so effective tha'
Bethlehem Steel reduced the
I nrirp of th rhree destroyers by
$3,000,000. Even so its price was
To our
Customers
U. S. Army

We wish to remind you that our represen representative
tative representative tmll he at the Pott Signal Office in
Coronal next Monday, and Tuesday, August
tenth and eleventh.
Your cooperation will be appreciated.

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PANAMA -CITY 2-0688 3-7474 3-7325
BALBOA, C Z. 2-2997 2-3331

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CRISTOBAL, C Z.
COLON, R. P.

Washington

Go-Round
PK ARSON
Q
still $6,500,000 mora than rhe bid
from Main.
k Later, as a result of Mrs.
Smith's persistency, Bath Iron
Works got three more destroyers.
However, on Oct. 23, just be before
fore before Saltonsiall had to face Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts voters Nov. i, ths
administration threw two mora
destroyers to tha Quincy, Mass..
shipyard.
IUIINISS EOOMI
Politics being what htey are ia
the awarding of naval contracts,
that Bath Iron Works decided to
do soething about it
Carney retired from the top job
in the Navy Depa r t m e n t
Cnief of Naval Operations, Aug.
17, 1955. Only a couple of weeks
elapsed. In September he be became
came became chairman of tha board oi
Bath Iron Works.
From this point on, the defense
orders have flowtd into Bath
Iron Works as regularly as
clockwork.
Approximately three months af after
ter after Carney began drawing $25,000
as chairman of the board with no
duties other than to preside st
board meetings, Bath got another
contract for three destroyers,
Jan. 27, 1956, at $48,669,000. Teh
months later, Oct. 26, another
nice contract came along for
two guided-missile frigates, at
$40,556,000.
Five months later, March 28,
1957, another contract dropped in into
to into Bath's lap for two guided-missile
destroyers at 44,045,600.
Then, nine months later, Jan.
17, 1958, along came two more eon eon-tarcts
tarcts eon-tarcts for guided-missile des des-troytrs
troytrs des-troytrs for $34,133,200. j,
Then months later, Nov. 10,
1958, Bath got contracts for three
guided-missile firgates at $71,617,.
200, plus $9,119,000 for prepara preparation
tion preparation of work plans.
Carney, when prodded by Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Porter Hardy of Virgi Virginia,
nia, Virginia, testified that his eompany
has received $200,000,000 in ac active
tive active contracts, plus $130,000,000 of
backlog contracts since ha
began to preside over the board
of directors with tno other duties.
Bath Iron Works is a good eom eompany
pany eompany and does an effecient job
of shipbuilding. And the $25,000
a ytar it invested in Carney a
few days after he retired as
Chief of Naval Operations didn't
hurt a bit.
UNDER THI DOM!
Senate leader Lyndon Johnson
confidedtp Sen. Jacil Kennedy
of Masschusetts that he mar
go to Russia after Congress ad adjourns.
journs. adjourns. (That seems to be tha
place to campaign for votes in
the USA). .'. .The powers that
oe in me uemocriuc rany will
try to undercut Democratic chair chairman
man chairman Paul Butler in his homa
state, Indiana, by havign Alex
Campbell, former candidate for
senator, get elected as Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic committeeman. . .Tha
clean elections bill, which Con Congress
gress Congress has been hashing over, for
four years, is now stymied in tha
Democratic policy committee.
Southern senators object to hav having
ing having any record made ef monies
spent in primaries.
Good
in the
Caribbean
2252 82-3254
3-1207 3-2558
741



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REGULAR ARMY MEMBER 1st. Lt. Fred W. Lawley, executive officer, D Company, 34th Arm Armor
or Armor is congratulated by Col. John R. Wright Jr., commanding officer, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry after a ceremony in which Lawley was sworn into the regular Army by Maj. Robert
D Danforth, adjutant. Looking on at right is Mrs. Lawley. (U.S. Army Photo)

Miss. Governor's Race May Require
Run-Off As Last Precincts Report

JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) Lt.
Gov. Carroll Gartin and Jackson
attorney Ross Barnett, facing a
run off for governor Aug. 25,
looked hungrily today at an esti estimated
mated estimated 120,000 votes in the column
of a surprising newcomer to Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi politics.
While each mapped plans for
capturing Charles Sullivan's losing
ballots in the Democratic
primary, it remained undetermin undetermined
ed undetermined which actually would claim the
lead in final tabulations of the
initial vote.
With only 6 of 1,855 precincts
unreported. Barnett had 140,023
votes to 136,213 for Gartin. Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan had 120,785 and Robert F.
Mason, a welder who received
more laughs than votes, attracted
2,565 ballots.
Paul B. Johnson Jr., three-time
gubernatorial loser and son of a
late governor, was on the verge
of a primary viciory without a
runoff in the lieutenant governor's
race.
With 105 precincts still out,
Johnson had 191,99 votes, Dist.
Atty. Armis Hawkins 81,35, State
Rep. Brown Williams 63,113, and
the Rev. Henry Bucklew, 46,305.
Barnett and Gartin are bitter
rivals representing opposing fac factions
tions factions In Mississippi politics. Gar Gartin
tin Gartin based his campaign on his
public record as lieutenant gov governor
ernor governor under two governors, whle
Barnett charged that Gov. J. P.
Coleman is a racial moderate and
a dictator and Gartin's election
would perpetuate Coleman's
power.
Sullivan, too, was consistently
critical of Coleman. The 34-year-old
district attorney, unknown
statewide before he entered the
race, maintained voters must de decide
cide decide against "machine politics"
which he said would result from
Gartin's election. Many anti-Cole-man
voters, who supported Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, were expected to back the
60-year-old Barnett in the run-off.
Gartin, who looks younger than
his 47 years, admitted during the
campaign that he lost support of
"young people hepped up" over
Sullivan's clan to legalize liquor
in areas where wet sentiment pre prevails.
vails. prevails. Those votes might return to
Gartin's camp. Gartin also might
take a large share of Sullivan's
urban votes, which were plentiful.
Barnett. who was beaten in the
first primary in two previous
races for governor, began his ap appeal
peal appeal for run-off votes with an in invitation
vitation invitation to "new friends to join
us now."
"With God's help and yours,"

Barnett promised, 'the people

will celebrate a great victory -on
Aug. 25."

Coleman, who cannot succeed

himself as governor, was elected
to the state House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives from Choctaw County.

Scout Council Pick

Explorer Cabinet
The executive board of the Ca

nal Zone Boy Scout Council has

approved the formation of an
"Explorer Cabinet" and the nam naming
ing naming of a long range study com

mittee.

The Explorer's Cabinet will con consist
sist consist of two Scouts from each Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer unit plus their adviser.

They will help program all Ex

plorer activities on a Council level
and work with the Activities Com

mittee, whose chairman is L.

Budd Haberstick.

Brig. Gen. George F. Schlatter,

Council president, named Col

John D. McElheny chairman of

the long range study group.

The Executive Board, which

met Tuesday night, heard a re

uort on the operation of Camp

rfiagres. F. R. "Bob" Johnson,

acting chairman of the Camping
Committee, reported the camp
handled 60 per cent more boys

than attended El Volcan last year
Johnson and the Board gave spe
cial praise to the health and safe

ty committee, under Col. Homan

Leech, for its work at the Camp

Leech reported that the Army en engineers,
gineers, engineers, with their aerial spray

ing, and the Sanitation Division of

the Panama Canal Company, with

its individual spraying of camp

and tent areas, deserved the cre

dit.
A detailed report on advance

ment committee nroccdures. nlus
a reaffirmation of the committee's
policy, was made bv Rowhnd Ha

zard, committee chairman.

Scout Executive Dan Daniel";
reported a recent noli showed 650
boys in the Canal Zone want to he

Scouts who ?re not noq Scouts

whil Scout Commissioner Robert
Bovd said a special effort was
being "iadp to recru't more Scout
leaders. At 'he same time Schlat

ter rameH Ed Coyle actine rhai--

man of the organization and ex
tension committee.

US Navy Announces
New Radar Device

To Defect Missiles

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Navy announced last night
that it has experimental radar
which can detect enemy ballistic

missiles almost as soon as they

leave their launching pads.

The new device also can detect

a nuclear explosion thousands of

miles away, the Navy said, and

could be employed as one means

of discovering violations of anu anu-clear
clear anu-clear test ban."

Dr. William J. Thaler, the 314

year old Navy scientist in charge
of the project, said it could be
developed into an operational de defense
fense defense warning system against bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile attack within a few
years.

The new radar is called high

frequency ionospheric back scat scatter
ter scatter radar."

The development meant that

Thaler has overcome the long
standing limitation of radar.

namely, f rat it can see only in a
straight line.
His experimental device, by

bouncing radio waves off the

lonisphere, can see beyond tne
horizon and in effect all the way
to enemy missile launching areas.

Thaler said he hoped the new
radar could double the lS-minutefs

warning time now expected in
the event of missile attack. That
warning would come from "con

ventional" radar being installed

in the Arctic.

Thaler revealed that his device,

which he called a "bread board"

model, already had a long record
of successful experiments.
He said it detected the Argus
atomic explosions which took
plate 300 miles above the South
Atlantic Ocean last August and

September in a Navy project.

He also said that the jonnsion
Island nuclear explosions preced preceding
ing preceding Argus were detected. His ra radar
dar radar likewise picked up the ionized
trails of missiles launched from
Cape Canaveral, Fla.

Senior classmen of Balboa
High School are attending an
ROTC basic officers' candidate
course this month for the first
time in the Canal Zone. All vo volunteers,
lunteers, volunteers, 31 students are attend attending
ing attending the two-week course during
their summer vacation.
The course gives seniors in the
Reserve Officers' Training Course
an opportunity to demonstrate
leadership potential. The c o u rse
began Monday, as the result of
an Vea conceived by M-Sgt.
James E. Kollars during the
last schpol year.
The students will complete a
two-week course in military
teaching methods, leadership and
drill, and customs and traditions
of the Army. A summary course
will be offered later to ail Balboa
High ROTC seniors wo are
now working or absent for va vacations.
cations. vacations. Mai. Thomas E. Bruskotter

commands the Balboa and Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal uni!s from his headquarters
at the Balboa High School ROTC
building.
During the last hour of the
course, students will rate each
other and the results will serve
as a factor in selecting class of officers
ficers officers for the following school
year. This student evaluation sys system
tem system is adopted from the same
scheme employed at Army of officer
ficer officer candidate shcools in the
U.S.
Each cadet officer in the unit
appointed to hold a temporary
cadet commission for the follow following
ing following school year. But in order to
receive a permanent appoint appointment,
ment, appointment, he must maintain a "C"
average in hight school subjects
for the first grade marking pe period.
riod. period. Those dropping below this
minimum will be placed on pro pro-ation
ation pro-ation for the following mark marking
ing marking period and if they fail to raise
their grades during the third pe period,
riod, period, they will lose their com commission.
mission. commission. Military courses Increase In

difficulty, but yearly total num number
ber number of hours (96) remains the
same. Completion of the training
may enable many of the gra graduates
duates graduates to skip the first year of
college ROTC, depending on the
college.
In early March, one Balboa or
Cristobal student's dreams came
true when the regimental com commander
mander commander for both units is appoint appointed.
ed. appointed. Each student is ca r e f u 1 1 y
screened by his commanding of

ficer and NCO's during his en entire
tire entire cadet career Bruskotter
then selects the outstanding can candidate
didate candidate who wil preside over the

annual "Field Night ceremonies
later in the month.

During this competition. su

perior awards will be presented I

to the best individual squads, i

piaioons, companies ana Daua-lions.

Kollars believes that this is

the best group o' students he

has directed during his three-

year tour in the Zone. Enroll

ment for yth schools is over 300
students an increase of 3

per cent since April. 1956.

And I believe it is a better

class because it is a tougher

course than before," the ser sergeant
geant sergeant added.

Other 'members of the ROTC

staff include: Sfcs. Richard W.

Chambers, Wilford D Goff and

Ricahrd R. Golden. Offering his
services or the five hour sabK's

drill exercise is 2nd Lt. Jon E.

Porter of Headquarters. I'. S.

Army Caribbean.

On the Atlantic side. Capt Acy

L. Sweeney is in charge, assisted

by M-Sgt. Harold M. Caraig and
Sgt. Thomas S. Metcalf.

Members of the OCS class are
Fred S. Roe, Ken Mohl, AI Bar Barley,
ley, Barley, George Rombo. Tom Smith,
Ted Bembenek. Harry Colbert
Tom Hicks, Don Keller, Alan
Scott, James Marshall, Bud Bat Bat-chelor,
chelor, Bat-chelor, Dough Berre, J r e
Conklin, Bob Flumach, John Tur
ner, Ray Caldwell, Doug Mac Mac-Lean,
Lean, Mac-Lean, Jeff Kline, Ed Dolan. Bill
Archibald, Carl Berg, R u s s
Weade, Jerry Steiner, Dale Dom Dom-brousky,
brousky, Dom-brousky, James Catran, Ted
Lawson, Charles Renty, J i ni
Cole, Balbino Caldito and Kevin
Sheridan.

THE JUBILEE SINGERS
AT GREAT SUCCESS AT
EL PANAMA HILTON
The world famous Jubilee
Singers performed last night
during the gala dinner served
in the Bella Vista Room of El
Panama Hilton hotel causing
great enthusiasm a m o n e the
large audience that filled the
luxurious room.
The large audience displayed
the same enthusiast that has
greeted the Jubilee Singers
wherever they eo.
The Jubilee Singers will ap appear
pear appear for the last time tomorrow
night during the Sunday Eve Evening
ning Evening Buffet at El Panama Hilton.

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LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS of the Engineer officers course of the U.S. Army Caribbean
School, Fort Gulick, set up the first brace in the construction of an aerial cable. This includes
the tower (poles) from which a person or equipment can be launched across a deep gorge,
chasm or river, in an operation similar to that used by ships to transfer goods or men on the
high seas. From left to right are Lt. Jayme Arsenio from Lima, Peru; 2nd Lt. Walter Toro Var Var-gas
gas Var-gas from Bolivia (kneeling); Capt. Miguel Angel Ralana from Guatemala; Warrant Officer
Juan Marque?, Moreno from Venezuela; U.S. Army instructor Sfc. Ted Holmes and Lt. Jose An Antonio
tonio Antonio Olavarrla from Venezuela. (U.S. Army Photo)

pSnSKLTno Soilings

Canal Zone employes returning

from vacations, among them a

number of school teachers, are
On board the Ancon of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Line, which sailed
Tuesday from New York. The
passenger list totals 194 for Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, while two passengers are
debrfking at Port-au-P r i n c e,
Haiti.
The complete passenger list is
as follows;
Mrs. and Mrs. Luis D. Azcarra Azcarra-ga
ga Azcarra-ga and daughter; Alfr.'do Az Az-carraga;
carraga; Az-carraga; Miss Isabel Barron;
Mrs. Grace A. Banchard; Dr. and
Mrs. George W. Bland; Mr. and
Mrs. Donald R. Boland; Miss
Germaine Bonneau; Mr. and
Mrs. Rayburn L. Brians and
son; Mr. and Mrs.. John M.
Brown and son; Allen Brown;

Mrs.- Libby Brunett; Mrs. Helen
Calhoun; Mr. and Mrs. Howard L.
Clarke, Jr. and two children;
Jaime DeGracia; Mrs. Ruth V.
Denton and two children; Miss
Stella Dion; Mr. and Mrs. Ricii Ricii-ard
ard Ricii-ard A. Edmonson; Mrs. Rus Russell
sell Russell A. Edwards; Miss Jo Ann
Euper; Miss Elizebeth P. Fears;
and Miss Gertrude A. Freedman.

Mrs. Jean.Gamse; Mr. and

Mrs. Lee Gorman; Mrs. Dorcas
W. Gregory and daughter; Roger

C. Hacked; Mr. and Mrs. George
M. Hall and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. John Hallo and t w o
children; Mrs. Martha J. Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
E. Don Hansen and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. He He-Donald
Donald He-Donald Heimlich; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert C. Herrington and t w o
children; Mrs. Jean C. Hill and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence E. Horine; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Hunt and four chil children;.
dren;. children;. Miss Selma Kaiser; Mr. and
Mrs. Dale I). Keigley and two
children; Mrs. GabrHe Kevan;
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. KiK'y
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W.

Kimberling and two children;

Miss Blanche Kolsby; and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul R. Kuyoth and
three children.

THE COOLEST Traffic cop
stands with his feet in buckets
of cool water in Bonn, West
Germany. It's his novel meth method
od method of seeking relief from
heat wave scorching Europe.

SMOOT & PAREDES
PRESENTS
YOU ASKED

mt'tr

Clement Laroch.p; Miss Ga Ga-Miss
Miss Ga-Miss Gertrude Leonhardt; Miss
Mildred A. McMalion; Miss El Elvira
vira Elvira Marcrini; Miss Karen J.
Magnuson; Mr. and Mrs. Rich Richard
ard Richard J. Mahoney and two chil children;
dren; children; Miss Gertrude Maier;
Mrs. Dorothy J. Meehan and
daughter; Miss Antoinette Ma Ma-nard;
nard; Ma-nard; Miss Joan Mcrritt; Miss
Kathryn Merritt; Dr. and Mrs.
David E. Morris: Mrs. Elsie D.

Naughton; Gerald L. Neal; Mr.

and Mrs. Edward N. Neville, Jr.
and daughter; Tvlr. and Mrs.
Carl R. Newhard and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh A. Norris anil
son; and T. Dayle Norton and
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Pater Pater-son
son Pater-son and $on; Mr. ,nd Mar. Har Harry
ry Harry E. Pearl and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Pheasey;
Mrs. Lucie Pommier; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph J. Pustis and three
children; Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Reynolds and two children;
Miss Kathryn Robinson; Mrs. Ma Ma-deliene
deliene Ma-deliene Rogan; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rosenblum; Mrs. Eliza Eliza-bc'h
bc'h Eliza-bc'h W. Rowley and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Schoof:
Mrs. Mazie C. Schwarzock and
son; Miss Cecile Shapiro; Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Silverman; Peter
and son; Miss Elizabeth Staloff:
Miss Beatrice Stenger; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert H. Stewart and five
children; Mrs. Ora Virginia Stich
and dauthter; Ernest A. Stic Stic-tiritz;
tiritz; Stic-tiritz; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Taylor; Mrs. Dorothy Theriot and
r'aii"htcr; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
T. Wall and son; Mrs. Mar Marion
ion Marion O. Wells and three children;
Mr. and Iviis. Hmiy E. VWi',;
:i)u,iu jaqi.?8uy :.ie)U,8nttp puB
Dr. Maurice B. Winstead and
two children; and Harvey J.
Young.

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We are very sorry
but tonight
there will be no

JUNGLE STEAK PIT"

but tomorrow, Monday and the rest of the week we
will serve again our popular and 'nformal Steak dinner
In the beautiful
SOUTH PATIO
You select your own steak... watch it being grilled to
perfection over sizzling coals... eaioy the full flavor
of fine food ...
moderate prices, music by
Cristobal Munoz

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DOCTORS VISIT ITALY
FLORENCE, Italy (UPI) A
group of 60 doctors from the
Kings County (New York) Medi Medical
cal Medical Society arrived here today
for a two-day visit en route to a
medical convention in Vienna.

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DIRECT Pnnnrnn Lisbon or
NON STOP New York F.urnp
For your orientation :
Panama Madrid on war.
Tourist Clam $439.

Monthly Mailman anljr

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LOW ECONOMY SUM rARM.
Toun aHrouja Kuropa. to tta
Holy Land and Around ttic World
Conault your travel agent alw lor
KLM flifhU to the Caribbean,
Central and South Amrrlra.
KLM, Tlvoll Avenue,
Panama, k P. Tel. J-1MB

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVING
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.

0. A. De KOUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Manager Sub-Manager
HOURS:
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

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MR. AND MM. J1R0M1 ITIIN1R INT1RUIN
AT WIODINO RIHIAMAL PARTY WAIT IVININft
Mr. and Mn. Jereme I. Itelner et lalbei arrtertalned 'i1 !!"
nlni t their heme fellewlna the weddlna rsheirul their diyehur,
pk"ritt, whe will tii Mr. James R. Kurm at til this evenlna at
the Fort Amader Chapel Annea.
Invltitieni have kim Issued ter the weddlna. ceremeny, tt which
Rtv. Oresery R. Kennedy will eftlelafe.

Attending the rehearsal par
were Mr. and Mrs. W. Lesitr
Keirns, who cime here from
Korth Carolina rridiy to attend
son's wedding. Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Dyer, Mr. ind Mri. Tony Dyer,
Mr. and Mri. Wllllim Dewhurst,
Mr. wd Mri. aeorge itaniey and
daughter Mirth, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Schommer, Mr. ind Mri.
Herbert Keller.
sat. and Mri. George Flynt and
ions Eddie and Sonny, Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Malletl, Mr. and Mn.
Iiouis Snedeker, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Brennan and son Jerty,
Mr ind Mrs. Daniel Ziumann,
Miss .leanneue Oau, Leo Juffer,
Rev. Kennedy, William S. Allen,
Mrs Marie Allen, Richard Salva
to, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Scran-
ton.
Dltt Dantt Tenieht
At Crlitebil VMCA

A summertime hisp nance w u
the Cristobal YMcA-USO
Members of the Girls service
Orgahlration- will Serve as part partners
ners partners far dancing, and refresh'
, tents will be served by the Sen Senior'
ior' Senior' Hostess Auxiliary.
Married service personnel with
their wives, as well as single
servicemen, are invited to atttnd.
Sunday Coffe Ylm.
At Balbot USO-JWB
All servicemen, their families
, .nri a,,.cti are Invited to Stop by
the Balboa USO-JWB tomorrow
from 9:30 a.m. to noon for coffee
and rolls.
The informal event affords the
opportunitv to meet friends,
listen to the lottery results and
make phns to OarticiOatC in JWB
activities during the COmihg
week.
Teenage Dn
Tonight At Coco Solo
Thp Coco Solo Teenage LluB
will sponsor a benefit dance this
evpnin" ffem t to minMSht.
sandwiches and cake will be
served. Td soft drinks
available.
will
Sunday Activltits
At Cristobal YMCA
Activities tomorrow
at the
The vhole filthily wilt etiiby
the feeling of freshness which
MEXANA powder cites. For
prickly heat, rash, ertema.
diaper rash
and skin ir irritation!
ritation! irritation! .
nothing can
surpass .
Mexana.
POLVn
Contains
Starch

b held SiV evening at I pm it 1 Louisiana's charges thai the U.S.
Be hem mis evening hi o v" ollrl,.,,, B,SH,S r'fttami.iihh rtt-nre

Guard Against f"
MEXANA IP

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CARD OF THANKS
We express our deepest appreciation to eur friends
for their many kindnesies and remembrances ex extended
tended extended us since the loss of our beloved husband,
father and grandfather
Anthony AtUBlo
Mrs. Luy Amato
Mr. and Mri, Robert Welborn
Raymond Amato.
Panama, Aug. 8, 1959.

MARK.
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Jutto Aroaefnena

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PANAMA

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KmertviAe
Cristobal YMCA-LSO will begin
with a Java Hour at I 3o a.m.
Colfte and douannuts will be
served by members of the junior
hostess grmip. This activity is es especially
pecially especially provided for men who
slay overnight at the "".
Sandwiches and light refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served at the Sun Sunday
day Sunday Hospitality Hour at ?.3o p.m.
Louisiana's Civil
Rights Charges
In District Court
SHREVEPORT, La. (UPI) -A
federal district ceut hearing
started tvere today on the slate of
rivii Rishts Cemmissioh proce
dures and the law es ahlishmg the
commission are unconstitutional.
Louisiana Atty. Gen. lack P F.
Gremillion said he had "ho doubt
that thp case will probably end up
in the Supreme Court of tfie Unit United
ed United S'aU's."
A three-judge court heard tne
case today. How long the hearing
will continue is anybody's guesS.
Heading the panel of judges
was 5th Circuit Court Judge John
Minor Wisdom. Sitting with him
were Federal District Judges EH EH-win
win EH-win F. Hunter and Ben C. Dawk Dawk-ins.
ins. Dawk-ins. Dawkins granted a temporary
injunction on July 12 barring the
commission from questioning 17
North Louisiana voting registrars
about complainls of racial "1s-
erimmation in voting procedures.
He acted on a pf-titioh nm
against the commission by Grem Grem-ilflbn
ilflbn Grem-ilflbn on be half of th- voting Of Officials.
ficials. Officials. The petition charged that
the commission's rules of proce procedure
dure procedure would infringe the voter of officials'
ficials' officials' constitutional rights to due
process of law.
The U.S. attorney general's of office
fice office claims the due process rights
applv only to criminal proce procedure's.
dure's. procedure's. H Slid tha' sinct the com commission's
mission's commission's function is investitive
and not criminal, the officials are
"Miscohstruing" their rights.
Oil Fire Expert
S&efcds To Iron
To Quell Blo2e
TEHRAN, Iran (UPl)-A veter veteran
an veteran Amerifcan Ail fire fighter
rushed to Kuwait vps erdav to
help battle a killer fire in Japan Japanese
ese Japanese oil Well ?ft miles out in the
1 Persian Gulf.
he IS Fted Atlairc. .-in r:;);;t
on capping and dynamiting Bit
wen fires.
Adlire responded to a cull for
aid received by I he Pu.i Ameri American
can American Oil Co. here. Acttmpahy
Spokesman said Ariflire was due
to reidh Kuwait today.
Several persons were reported
killed when the Janane;? drlled
Will Sh8t giSht SHeels Of fiame in instead
stead instead Of Oil Ifllo the air from the
depths of the Persian Hull. Dam Damage
age Damage Was estimated at millions (f
dollars,
DAVID
SALE
Continues

A rr opportunity for the
flriMt witrlng apparel And
lft ittmi,
Come In now for

fabuloiiK MivitiUH
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P.
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Volunteer hoitesaes will be on
hand to participate in informal
recreational games and dinetng
after th refreshments.
'Queen 01 Flowers1
Contest Launched
By Church Groups
Seven little girls are competing
for the honor of being "Queen of
Flower1' in a contes' that has
been launched by Bt. Pail's
Church m connection with its an annual
nual annual parish fiesta.
Thev are Mareta Josephs, re representing
presenting representing carnation- Marcia
Henry, ted roses Yolanda Lee,
glad iota; fsmita Hammond,
flihlia; Mileia Siren; violet; Ma
ritia Brown, itlyj and Patricia
Knigh fUisv.
The contest will assume the
aspect of a rivalry among the
parish organisations, as each
his teen assigned a candidate
for boosting aS follows: MiSS
Henrv, Woman's Auxiliary No, li
Miss Lee, Wemarys Auxiliary Nn.
Si Miss Hammond, Altar Guild;
Miss Biron, Fleur tie Us; Miss
irewh, choir Guild; Miss Knight,
Girls' Fri?hdlv Society, Young
People's Fellowship and Aco Acolytes
lytes Acolytes Guild.
The winning contestant will oe
crowned jpen of flowers at the
parish fiesta, Whiehhas been plan planned
ned planned for the rtight Of Oct. 16 to
raise funds for the parish.
Two of the parish organisations.
the Girls' Friendly Society and
Choir Guild, will make a corpor corporate
ate corporate communion at the chofal
Eucharist of fit, Paul's at & a.m
tomorrow. The Ven. Lemuel B.
Shirley will oifieiate at this and
an earlier starting B a.m.j also at
Kvensohg scheduled for T p.rrt.
State Dept. Wants
To Resume Nuclear
Tests Veir Shortly
wASMlNtlTdN ttJPtV-Thf tie
fPnse Department Wan's rUclSar
WrapOhs leslS to r'SUn e as SOOn,
as possible after America's S6lf S6lf-Imposed
Imposed S6lf-Imposed test suspension eapires
next Ott. SU
Ghee the handduffs" are H H-moved,
moved, H-moved, authorities Said today, Ihft
Pentagon wants to grt on With
deVflohhieht of a new series df
smaller atomic weapons for air
defehBe, battlefield artd other tafc tafc-iicnl
iicnl tafc-iicnl uses,
Defense Secretary Nell rf. Mc Mc-tSlrov
tSlrov Mc-tSlrov said Thursday that his de department
partment department intends to urge Mflewal
df tests umess there is some sud sudden,
den, sudden, unej(peetea agreement 6n a
perm nent b.n in the Eas'-West
flejotiatmns at Geneva.
The serretaN also lit a fuse oo
a eontreversy that is sure to de

velop rtrxt fall when he said he.prpva

alreadv is searchln for ways td
preveHl miii'ary spending frem
increaing.
He sail, some major aircraft
and missile programs toneeivaoly
tioultl be eiiminalcd in the budget
presented to Congress hext JahU'
.-tfy.
On nUelear VeapoHs, McElroy
Said "It would eenalrtly l desir
able to continue tstihB from he
standpoint ef weapons develop development."
ment." development." He said the PintiOfl
knew there would be "price 10
pay" when America gave up tilt tilting
ing tilting for a one-year period last
Del. 81.
President Eisenhower, on Slate
fJibarimeht urging ordered tha
test suspension while efrerts were
made to reach agreement on a
permanent ban with provision for
fool-proof inspestlon.
Among hese types of nuclear
weapons that the Pentagon iS noW
interested in perfecting are the
Vike-BeAis antl missile missile, the
Davy Crockett mortar for the
ground fortes, hew guided mis
siles for in'ereeptor planes In rnr
ry, and evert a rifle -Iflilhched gre.
nade.
Texas Solon Slugs
College In Row
0vr Mr. Krx
AUSTIN, iTex. (DPI) One
ieisiaftr sluiMrt another on the
floor M the Tx House ystf ystf-h.v
h.v ystf-h.v in a dtwit nvr fiiohi fiiohi-tion
tion fiiohi-tion der-ouneing the nroposad visit
tt gftvia Premier Ntklta Khnuh Khnuh-ehv
ehv Khnuh-ehv to Tii,
t)o. .Terv Sadler rlllvrrl i
right to the ehest of Hep. Louli
n.i Mfort nree ereMi-ii.
rms rolled him off and pinned
his arms.
rti" m'hored the nrooosed
resointlofi, It itatwl Khruhehv
n-M hf 'inweleorti In Texas
Sadler led opposition, Ind lt
fMite'
SnHler tainted out the Soviet
P,ppiit. b-irt been Invited to tour
th. ttnitM) statti by the rri
ijpni -p.t prtarv o Itatt, and
addod: "Thli li hell o a way
I try to net pme nuMlrl'v on
the list div of the aesslon."
After rsob'tion was heiten,
Dimns told the Ttnuse:
"'t orS like KHphehov hus
won aca'n and Sadler, his
ci.'.-.MnI,."
Sadler alalkwJ tf T)ugas' desk
t' iwntVn'' ff Mm tn r'e
Then he erahbe'1 Dns bv the
'le and struck one Wow before
'he pair were strained.

Gsography Quiz

ACROSS
DOWN
I London
attoeter
fljjftfiet
I o' My
fcattH
UWhat Itallar-
eall their
eaptal
11 he livad tfa
&den
14 Age
II Put in
slanted type
IT Grande
li Separates
19 Wwe and
)16nev gjrihk
1 Pertlan pftet
4 Crimean potl
t Peufh
I Hateful
TMift
B Portents
8 Lastihf
10 City in

pehflsylvani 10 Pedestal part writer,
11 EnglisH prison 81 Kill fctaOley
l Cordare fibera 83 Hebrew letter dardner
toMusiealdramn3SCemtth -4ieplce

H Letfal wrotip
14 South
turoppan
2B Russian city
21 Aleutian isle
ai Health reaort sGitlliU
24 wipe Mt
17 Deprivatien
0 FinlShea
S i Rubber
34 Breakiaat fare
38 Meal
8? Oirl'S name
18 Sxuded goTe
Srhef
41 Plaything
42 dreek letter
44 Roman
emperor
48 laves
4t Thm fabrie
IS Mountain
(preflMj
84 Light wmes
88 JSvefy ohe
SttJflfeieaeheii
88 Japanese
outcasts
SS Eastern. State
8(3 tbVWflish
eotift
(1 fittafiee
Senofe Lives
As President
d
WASHINGTON -(UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower signed the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Valley Authority "self fi
nancing" bill yesterday with
understanding that Congress wou
nullify a section to whieh he ob
jected,
within half an hour after Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower put his signature on the
measure, the senale lived up
to its advance agreemmt by
voimg tp repeal the disputed pro provision.
vision. provision. The House was expected
to follow suit, perhaps Monday.
Elsenhower made eleaf that he
signed the bill only after getting
private assurances that Congress
uuifl repeal the ebnirnvrtsial

sectlOh Which he considered ahl of the major portion of its invttel invttel-enerdachrhent
enerdachrhent invttel-enerdachrhent oh hi IxetUtiVe mertt, plus interest; and a limita limita-powers.
powers. limita-powers. lion upon future geoegraphieal
wh;i ii,t,. bh. expansion of the 4 tva servi

........ v. iiagci,j ,iudcu w Baf
wiiether the President's action in
sighing the .measure with such ah
sional leacfers Was unprecedented.
it was believed to he m
Th! "bill wSuti'afew tt. gov
unuerstanaing" from congre
erhmeht owned TVA system to is issue
sue issue up to 750 million dollars in
bohds to fihahce expaflsioh of its
facilities in Tennessee and portlo
Of six heigllborihj states.
under terms of the section to
which Eisenhower objected, Con Congress
gress Congress was given prime control
over the bond issue, so that tva
no longer would have to submit
its expansion plans to tna Presi
dent's fiudget Bureau for
fcisehhnwer termed this
whnilv iinaerebtable1' invasion of

the President's prerogatives to Walter Heed Army Medieal Cen Cen-eontro!
eontro! Cen-eontro! ah exeeulive ageney. jler until hp became chief of I he

"We arP in full agreement mat
thp intiepehtienep Of the executive
and legislative brafithes must, be
preserved." ihe President said in
a statement Thursday.
Eisenhower had laid previously
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Answer to Previous Putzl

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40 Make eertalh 60 Preposition
43 Estonian Bi Enthusiasm
islahd bi Essential being
45 Having oars S3 Sound bf
4G Thoroughfare annoyance

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Up To Promise
Signs TV A Bill
that the TVA bill confronted him
with one bf his greatest problems
in the legislative field. HS said Hfe
wanted la approve the measure
beeause of its many favorable
features but could no' condone
allowing TVA to bypass the

Iuijw km i t,niian, MU,'HOUin wouno up wun an over
H?i!!L,b-!aU m bUildlhg trick at his redoubled contract A

power plants.
favor of'
Eisenhower said this in
the bill:
"This measure meets the basic
requirements of major importance
to the fulure of the TVA h pro program
gram program of self-financing, a program
of rPOflvmpnls In the government
TVA would he allowed to ex ex-ttflhd
ttflhd ex-ttflhd its go.ooo-sauare-mil1 service
I W" to P.iKLtiS
I s"d cilies "P 'iv8 miles beyond
h mml
Ike Nominates
Heoton For Rank
Of Lt. General
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower yesterday no nominated
minated nominated Army surgeon General
Leonard b. lleston, who operat operated
ed operated on him for ileitis, for promo-
aition to lieutenant general.
tfealnn was commander of the
Army's Medical serviee reeentiy
As hosnita! commandant, he at
tended the President whenever
ihe e!i!e" exeeiHive was in the
hosp'tal during his illnesses ant'
for routine chtekups.
rSSSi'OMSri'QlsW
:'i mm- .1 I'll i" li ii'inw, .nr
(WER O O
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lv OIWALD JACOIY
Wrltttn far NIA lervlc
KORTK(D)
AA5IS
Aq
AKQIfl
41
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16 8
H34 4AJ10T
S5ttftt
ios
A Kb 3
SotK vulnerable.
Nerih feasi n8uih Wesl
ti Sass L pt
S ?ass Pass
4 tasS g t)mnt
b tjoubli N,T, ttoubli
ftea'bl ?ass Pm tasg
Opining legeU II
1 don't know enaetly how
North and South should have bid
their cards but eertainly tmeif
bidding is not to be recommend recommended.
ed. recommended. When they landed at six dlft
mohds West stuyk in a lead di directing
recting directing double to call for a spade
lead. He eeuld ruff that suit and.
hoped that his partner would
produce another trick.
East doubled six spades be because
cause because his partner nati aouBled
six diamonds and West doubled
six no-trump Because last had
doubled spades.
At this point North came up
with a sensible bid. Me redeu
bled.
West opened a diamond and
soutiii proceeded to make, all the
trieks, t wasn't diffieulw He sinv
ply wbn the opening diamond
lead and pro-deeded to run off six
diamond tricks. He discarded one
heart ahd two clubs and then
eashed his five spades,
On the last spade lead East had
to utlguard his king of hearts to
hang on to the aee bf clubs ahd
BOuth wouhd Up with 8h over
distihet case of calling in the rivet
flne' (IOmin8 with a fiB
ever saW one.
QThe bidditiB has beh!
Sasi South Will North
9 pass Pass Double
Pm 3N.T. Pass 4
Pass 4 A Pass s 9
Pass ?
You, Southt hold:
Afi4 VKIt AIM t(H
What do you do?
A-Bii siii heafU. tMf
tiiive tfaped tsar partner tout
?u have ion mufch to stop snett
Bf i Sblifli
trJBAf '8 tjitfiSfidN
Sast has opeHea witH three
spades. YoU, SoUtfi, hold!
ii fAt&H 4AJI5 AKSM
What do you dot
Answer fbritorrow
BOW-WOW BOOIttt
PftEBCOT, England (UPI)-
James Halliweli, 4S, was fined
$108 today for drunken barking.
Poiiee said Hauiweu got down Oh
an fours and barked back at a
dog who barked at him as he was
entering his car. They said he
thus incited an entire neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood of dogs to bark. Halliweli
acknowledged he'd had four or
f.-ve-or maybe sixpints of beer.

A 4

P i

CfclSfGfeAL AftftiVAL Col. Walter A. Downing, the future
chief of staff for U.S. Army Caribbean, arrived Friday morning
at Cristobal aboard the USNS Goethals. On hand to greet him was
the aeting chief of staff for uSARCarib, Col, William fi. Eekies.
from left to right are Mrs. Downing, tneir daughter, Lynn, Eekies
and DOWflingi (U.S. Army Photo)

..iv.

Meet another belle who's boast boasting
ing boasting about her "seeret" rbrnanee
whh Fidel Castro: the beautiful,
pWmirii voiind daughter ef a
oerman sea'Caotaon who en
countered the Cuban leader at
1-HBhrtllHr, Uihori hB rhrHe tO the
ILLl-u,iuil nuvii ..v. ,m-..-
U.S. ahd has been living in one
of Havaha's plushier hotel ever
sihce hot spending too much time
with the Susy Fidel, but being
ehauffeured around bf one ef his
armed and bearded aides; .An
theny Steel vows he hasn't given
up on trying to persuade Anita
Ekberg to return te him, although
her pais get the impression she's
fihding it fun to be free, Tony haS
been buziihg her on the trans'
atlantie telephone, and plans a
journey to Europe to woo ner w
person.
Although Norman Gran is no
longer Mort Sahi's personal man
ager, tne off-neat eomeoian is sun
under contrast to Verve Records,
which dran owns-and there's
plenty of tension in that situation,
On the happier side of the eeih,
Mort is elese to matrimony with
pretty Phyllis Kirk, who just
made a fiytng trip to uur -town
to give up her abartment here id
preparation fdr the nuptial move
. .Mahy a WdshiHgton political
leader will wager that gov. Ed Ed-muhd
muhd Ed-muhd "Pat" Brown winds up
a
is the vice presidential candidate
if the Democrats in the 1966 dec-
o
tiens
Cm af tha fivi OaMarea Sis Sis-in
in Sis-in --Hti th hatfist tingino
ariup in tha nation-" Is urrao
ly faatorw at tha Ail Tafcarin
an tht Wast Sid, and with very
littla fanfara. .lyaryohawho'a
ian tha lophla Lrh flleki,
"That kiwi ef Waman says
It contains soma of 'tha matt
stunning views ef Nw York
aver put an celluloid.
Tear up that report about Ce Celeste
leste Celeste Holm being hbspitatinea,
The actress Is merrllly and.
healthily starrlhg in summer
stock in DenniS, Mass. .MOSCOW
is figuring Khrushchev will be in-
vltetf to visit the united States
in October. .Modern time;! note:
you can now buy a parking meter
to affix to the visitor's chair in
your office. It's supposed to be a
big hint that you're a Busy chap.
Puzzllhg quote from Julie An Andrews:
drews: Andrews: "I want te stay British, t
don't want to pick up accent,
stage tricks, or American
glamor." (Honeychi'e, you picked
up y0' llamer from the Good
Lawd.i. .If Nat King Cole's Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood Bowl Concert, backed by
Nelson Riddle, a symphony or or-chestr4
chestr4 or-chestr4 and 100 voices, is a big
success, there's talk that G.A.C.
may line up a similar package for
the Metropolitan Opera House.
Mirthi Raye'i beautiful new
ring Of peirli, diamonds, and
Sculptured ROld WIS an advance
birthday present from Pearl Bll'
ley at the Hotel Chelsea oarty In
Martha's honor in Atlantic City,
The eomedienne sported a wild,
weird and wonderful chapeaU It
the Ihlndig a super-colossal
flOcha model covered with fringe.
Don't bltme it on Sally Victor,
Walter Florell or Mr. John she
bought it right off the head of a
chorus girl who wore it In a 'loor
show finale. .Jan Mitchell's
cookbook of Luchow recipes has
gone into its 1th printing,
Tha traadway play, "Till
Sary," whlah was rtitld "Tha
Way fha tail ftaunctt" for tti
Hollywood vori'on, hat baar) rl rl-ratified
ratified rl-ratified "Tall Story," which li
tha way tha hall bevneet In
Hellywaad. .Vivian Lalah'i
cottumel far "Look After Lo-

91

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

lu," mutt hiva bean aulta
semathina betera tha eanieri
Sot to them. The LSfd Cham Cham-erlaih
erlaih Cham-erlaih ordered har fa over up
a bit mora bafare ha'd allow
the show to premiara In Lan Lan-den.
den. Lan-den. .Garsan Kinln'i chumi
era deliehlad by tha success ai
his novel "Blow Up a Storm."
They say both Frank Sinatra
and Marlon Brando wint fa da
tha laid in tha film version.
A typewriter store in the tortus
1 shelding a burglary sale. Having
been robbed twice in ohe. week.
the management is featuring win-
flow rh proclaiming "They
must like our machines a lot to
come back for seconds" and
"Five year guarantee invalid for
stolen machines.
Charles Torem, All Khan's
lawyer, returned to Europe after
an unsuccessful attemBt in nme
his client's daughter, Princes
asmin, irom a Lake Tahoo
camp. Yasmin's mama is Rita.
Schwartz, who has captured the
oniy temaie reie in the upeomihg
P&ddv Chflvevubv hIav. 'Thi
Tenth Man," doesn't intend to
linger long on Broadway. Her big
deam is to become a mathe mathematics
matics mathematics teacher. .Note for col collectors
lectors collectors of believe-it-or-not items:
Blllv Pane, chef at the f.iiau-
400, used to function in the si me
capacity tnr tne late cartoonist
Robert ftioley.
Birdland's Buddy Rich has
tanaed a hoodlum role In tho
"Pretty Boy Floyd" movie which
will be shot in Manhattan in Oc October.
tober. October. The famed drummer eot
the screer, role courtesv ef his
younger brother Mickey, who
used te elay trumpet in Buddy's
big band ut gave up jazz a
people of years ago for "seme,
thing with more security and
wound up is assistant director Oh
the "Floyd" picture.
Up To 30 Feared
n Town
Dea?! to Explosion
ttOSEBURG, Ore,, Aug. 8
(UPI) --Workmen duE through
the wreckage of a blast-leveled
area of downtown Roseburg today
in an effort to determine whether
the explosion of six tons of dy dynamite
namite dynamite and amonium nitrate nily
hav taken as many as 30 livl.
Nine bodies already have bein
recovered and a 10th victim died
m a hospital. But deputy cOrooaf
Russ Carry said there may be
as many II 80 more yet to be
found, Authontlei did not know
now many periom were living
In a roomins house a block from
the last which wai completely
wrecked.
Twenty persons remained hoi
pl'aliied of the secores of ti.jur ti.jur-ad.
ad. ti.jur-ad. Engineers, meanwhile, wern
checking buildings still standing
in the downtown area to see it
they were in danger of crumbling
from structural defects enisle
by the explosion.
The blast leveled eight square
blocks of the city.
SILF-IMPLOYID JUSTICE
GARDEN CITY, Ala. (UPI) (UPI)-Police
Police (UPI)-Police Chief Earnest Johnson hag
been fired, it was enclosed today,
after confessing that hfe posed ll
a highway patrolman during hit
spare time, fining motorists ti
supplement his city Income.



SATHLDAY, AtJGtST 1, 1951

TH1 PANAMA AMERICA AH DCDEPEJfDEOT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAei FtVI
I
mnniEs

I 1 1 ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES 1 1 II

VTF'M'O:-

Church of Christ

oudiay laV) RdA
UNITARIAN
Tub unlUrlfth JWirt.'
Sunday Services 10.30 a.m.
ild, 462
Aflcon Wf d. md Mjubw Pek,
AaeoA
Your Invitation to
Ubtr&l Rt..in
eeeou lAfiut ciiufttti
8)fitt8f- Monday M
till) Mfrtittj, ii.it... I'M m
riitt bArTttl tHDBGB
DfaWIt HA' WBtl
Wlllleta ft Belay. NMM
lunde School u.s.uii;.-. 8:88 I.M
Morning WorMUS ...it. mi. 10:41 .M
laptist Ttaining union an b:3 p.m
:VaflftM ,Srlt .i.,,i.. f id p.trt
fayer Meeting. Wednesday" i 1:66 Bfri
W MS dibit Stud TBufe"
day IWU kja
Men' Brotherhood (Vut
Mhn8y Ifl BorttBl .;. isM b-BO
MRAf BAPTIST .CHliR&tl
Margarita AVehii it US Street
Rlv, WeSllU fcTrlrae, hlttt
iflfls. School ill:.:. Ill ... 1:41 I.BB.
rjrrtihl uWh ..ii. nun ilfPg
antlst trlthlM Ufllftn...... 1:86 B.ftl
Ivehlng Worship .. i.nin. T :46 e.rn
Irotherhood, Tuesday 1:00 b.m
ill'. iUrffeeihU8
Friday
S:30 n.m
Salvition Army
(Non-DeuOmlnational Evangelistic
Meetings)
pAHAMA
Maior A MH. vY, llaRM
11 February Street. Phdh6i 2610081
16Unai MHllfil
iUnHRlf School.
IMS M
Mtlfil
PAftAtso, e.z. ,
Envoy ft MH. & L M8W)f
Guiana Btrllt
11:80 HMtheel Melting
rViirisi r?BNrn.i.
If. Captain 4 MH. M. Gflht
lit
14th Street, Phon 88I4B
11:00 Holiness Meeting
Mo Siftatknlellnl
SOLON THIRD STREET
11:00 HollfieM MeTlfi
RAlNBfjW CttfY. fe.B
Envoy. J. Bill
3
iurtdaj' School
(alvafldh Milting
Union Churches
BALBOA
alM8i4 it.Sih ftBl6 8trt
Churefi Offli
is .ai:Gfitiren fctnsei ffi
Tlml IteW riBUf tor RlnBtt
ihd Primirar Children. Chureh-Tirtl
Eradfl Roll 4fid NUf aerl
fob p.in.-pMt nlth ftiiewahiii.
i:B0 hffl. 8iW p.m. JuhlM HlH
fellowahip.
7:00 p.m. SeWfif Mljh rUloWihifc.
UARGAHltA
MitrlU Ai. iH4 AY Jf.
Rev. Theodore IL Franklin Pjiitor
PhOHtei etfiet. 1-2842. HH: fit!
tlnday StrVUka:
b:45 a.m. Church School. Itll ICfVlC:
ClahkMI NtlrstW iTltmiKH idull
ilitio a.m. Mbrfljfll WttfMHlt!
N.inen fhi infenU and Mttill
Ihll
drh.
t:0t p.m. Junior FellltWihtp.
:lt p.m Youth Fellowship.
A tompiete schedule of auxiliary at
KvltlCs a18 tffictal meetiAV at afl
flftunred ttm wtwk to wek.
OA Mho A
Wauuar M AlMrlAn. PUttt
: H-170 KM, 4.146
;J0 am Sunday son Mi.
lotio a m. Mrtlfti Watakt.
fUtlclal mtU( Mi 4I
4t 4.
fltleU 44 hrtUB444
Christian Scientist
ChrUtlM. Ifl ChkrahM
Hfjt Church i ChrtSl, AeitallM, Aaco
tu Anton Bouitvart
tunda Bervlee tliM t.m. lufiday
cnool mao a m.
WedneJdl llOO
i iioo t,m,
iteadlng Room Ml t4lba Road Open
dilly except Sundayl and holidays tfom
iso m uijo I jn. ind iiw ta iioo
JB,
liturdiyt rro huim i.m,
ivanlni Hour Ifw to I KM ,n
Ha4 tMftstl
waoneaaayi ana aaiuraaya.
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST
SClKNTIST, CtKldbll
All ihuroh tervlcaa will be laid In
the Ground floor Room of lha llaannia
Temple in Crist Atal (next door to the
Margarita noriaii. Entrinee in on am am-boa
boa am-boa Avenue through Ihe Areade.
Ittnday Service 11 KM l.m,
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meet Meet-Ini
Ini Meet-Ini 1:00 o'clock.
,indiy Rrhnnl I held it l:.W a.m.
needing Room Hours Monday 1:00
to 4 KM p.m. Wednesday 4:00 to fill
"ou ire eordliUy Invited la aont
Da services ana to use the

7:86 BalVil

Ckra4 If fnl mV laitka It tht C4n4l XM, mi tit Hfmlnal ittiM
awt 4ak in writing ky WednaWij afton at the latest of ally ckangaa
rat Ika ternaa Satartliv't iharia aat
Mlnittert, tkarfk IMttrlrtM Ind chaplains era asked to Inform rkl
la4BXt IRl !. ktiuklit ( 4Mmi, HrM4 l4 tt all
Nam ra aaaa and wemen at tka atl ittvMat. 4na ta llyllUa n4hjh
lata, frieadt and ttrnr
Al talllt IktVic flta lailai American litre kalaw. ky donomi donomi-atitnl,
atitnl, donomi-atitnl, Ratlttl al kiyrs l warthil and otkei refMlii ittivitiaa.
Lutinat ard rotated trom tm ta time Denomiftattani having anl
a or two congregations are lilted dHall "Otkll Cklitthtl t Itrvlttl
A 4aacttl liatiag a) iailaded tor taWltH It Army gattl. All titt kllM
aad Nlfll MltleRI.

Cathalic
alaaaali iU. I, ilit a A
and li:0fl n.m
fBBeeSlfifWl. hilUfUl, liU M :UtJ
TiOO t" 1:00 ht Tbur44ay bCfntt
riret rtUi -. T:W Id I 00
MlHturau kieaar Ptdvend! tiM H
An MMlHkH
ClMehMt UaM 4rl4t mt 4l aiaM
Jtfii mtl iiuai eiuk lilt) im. e
vVaafitaday
, Maaaot. liU. 1:18 4 l:lo a
Holy Bat manual- till am knd l:hr
frfdAllHI9HI. lalttftUf t Ht U) 1:0b jfl
Lift txlMtA nUMdky keldrt flHl
rna4 im fm,
kttitA ttaarr BMaUMka: IKVI Ml a
Catechlam CMMi 1111 W 4 its gJL arl
rhuraday.
nljl LAB
f 61 I At iM ACtatUHa i
SUfldU Maal II l:fo I
am btf HbMU li
CdrflatMSM: 1:01 (e In
D
4i -m m Bat
Cllenlam Sliaai Saturday lit
ill
Idh.
il JdktfHdHlM
suHady ae It 1;W afld 1:11 i n
H9'f, Pay, Ma It l:M pm
Weekaay MIMts: TO a m.
ConfeMlorui: Saturday 3:39 to 4:46 Ind
30 to 7:0.
CalWhlmi C1IM Butldat tiff to 4:0(1
o.m.
Mjraculoun Medal Novena: :(M p.m
ML rfiday rfiday-Gfthvefl
Gfthvefl rfiday-Gfthvefl Inltructianit TBuradiy tiOli
IT, VINCHPiT'8-nal
iuddai MHes : 6:00 Ind
Hl Btjf Matte! 80 Mid im B ffi
aJb a i3o"Hi ih Kf
fcentesiisfis: situfdii sM w l:ol ihri
1 .00 lb 1:00 p.m Thunday betofl rif(
rMlraiuieUP' Mtdll Hdvh IAS Sta
Uant bf.tnl GfoMi fflflly 7:K B.KI
,. CateeHlam eiaaa! After 1:80 maa
Cateehlmn elm! After
an
auhdiy
fnurWIv
jfidl
SurWIv
CufiVft t:) .m. fUMdal Ind
It., migSA'fe-4:M8ll
Sunday MaSS: 8:30 a m. u ,
Holy Day Mass: 6:90 I A lit H fill
SR S4tUf8i-8:88 l.m,l
edtecRlMi Claaai 8:80 to 1:00 D B8 Sr
Monday 1
eonfaMlbna: 1:00 M 8:30 a.m. Sundl)
If. ibtt feAFflst bi U IalLI
Parqua Leltvra
unday Ma.wfea. 6:30 Ifta 8:30 f.ffL
Wk Jiiyi MaRji, ill Morlu Thufa
orfetitw.kf.:fe
p.m.
Confessions'. 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
8:00 pjii. dti Saturdar
Miraculous menai no
dvehei Friday COd
CdnVefV Ctai1: MdhSayt flop-m.
i IM am.
ssi a:su p.m.
liturdiy fffl lolilfl B.m
Thursday B6r f lra Mdly 8 : m.
utteeniam tsnat n pmqn jP"'"1"'
afM halrT ItovIBi: 1:00 Im. on
CenW li I m d Tkurtdiy
feundi klaMea: 4:48. 8:60 4nd :1B i.m
HRty & MaAses i IM aha 4:00 i.m
Ihd 8:4S p.fh. .nJ
Confessions: Saturday :uu to e:w ano
'ISlraeulntsTedai Ndvwa. ednrtda
:IS ihd iiott ,m. .,
aerra Heart naVIHli Friday im pm
UHd8 EV8Hlhg 8rVlcM
setvicM 7ii n.m,
Canyett eiasai
Iftnvett eiasai 1:11
p.m en
Mondi
day
im ThUHaiu
gattehlMfl GisSS: Sunday lliiS I.m. Id
Ul45 l:ffi. 1:00 p hi to 4:00 fe rn,
first Frlday-Exposltfftn 6f Most Blert
ed Sacrament ail day Reposition It 6 JO
aan, Balurday morning.
rirli featUfaiy Pv6tlenl U Oltf Udy
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 8:00 am
First. Communion. injtrueusns meiu meiu-rfi
rfi meiu-rfi Monaiye Inl Thdfaiyi IM M
IN im.
' MlAAclJLOUB.MEDAWCrttjnbal
fcuHaM Masses i flfWlllOOInS 16:90 I.m
Hbl Da MIM84: 1:00, :0fl l.ifi. Ind
li Saturday 4:00 to 1:66 Ihd
p.m. Aim Rmaty earn cvi-
niHa,
MirdeUltiUI Medal Ndvenli 1:11 and
J:(H) pin. 6h Monday.
u Cajecblsm Class: After 1:00 Mats dn
SUfifliy.
rirsi Friday AaaeMUan IU day during
th Kami ftmh
riret Saturday i Mast it 8:90 am.
U6L fAMttl eiJVhCh Id Margaftil
BUhday MasSM! 7:30, t:30. ll:Sv III.
FIMit Siturday Mass:
6:00 a,m
wfeiaiy Masse i
Savurday ... 7 :00 p.m. to
8:00 I.m.
1:00 l.m
;:00 B.m
8:00 B.tti
MltleUloul Medal Noveiia
Holy Say Masses' 7:30 a.m.
Confession .. itiit p m. to
7:00 B lti
5;ll n th
4:41 &.m
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction .
1:00 .m
Very V7adnMd4y,
DIMUasiOn Inquiry' Croup 7:34 p.m
ery rriday.
Friday oVvotlnni
lit,
7:00 B.ltl
1:06 k m.
1st Saturl
ly DIVMInh
T VlktaJ4T-lUlBI)o1 Cltl
Sunday ktlsaaut 8:80 am and lift)
'Daly D MaMMl llOl a.m. anl I KM
cWfMatnAli a nn u s on mnii tiafi In
l'lmMl'lllltt I IB Ml luhdkl
iRVart CUsvry Monday it liM
Iraculoui klMU Havana: 1Mb ft.n
on TueadM.
rue
icre
Sacreit Haaii NatMi 1:00 oml an
rrlday
IMMACllLAfa CONCrPTlOw-tta.da
unoiv
l dill a
Holy Day MlMI 1 16 l.m
Siieosionei liM to f KM OAs, M BaV
Mhlam Class' 4:O0 in an Monday
OUR LAOt OP GOAD COUNilX
Qgmkoa
fiundav Mlsaea: 7:00 end 1:30 l.m.
Holy Day Mas, a:00 a.m and liOd
p.m
ConrasalOM Saturday it I KM p.m. and
ifter all evening devotions.
Baptisms by ippolnlment,
Miraculous Medal Nnvenai I KM DJB
im Tnisdav.
Sacred Heiri Novena l:ou p.m or
erinay
Sunday School i 1:30 pm on Sunday
nriisjioiia uistruoiinn uias 1
for Chit
Iran, 4 iOO p.m on Thursday.
Heilllnua Instruction for adult iCon
tiirted in Spanish): ti06 p.m on Mr
'I
Convort Imrtruetlone by apnnlntmein

Episcopal
tfcl At key A Jrbe beef sat. MB
Th Very Kev Munen d iHialWB,
S T B. Oaan

sunuHii
1:80 4 a Hbi Csmtflumnn
l:ii i.m fehuieh sehea) ikily 6mn
lllUnlbfi Trg Sunday i
1:10 IB Sanll CSmmynlSn Irl 8un
tdHs fciUIHIHHfl.
l.ik i ...
urn a m ndrhlnl ptiyof Ihd Ber
man, Holy yomthuhinh 1st lufiday
pm gyanihy lFVIea.
wiuneauATS
lit
iid
i
8st. Hdlk rSnmhiURiBn.
'KM gre f vehini Priyif
nui aAy
offlntua I ft,
omhiunidn
. CQCOLI
I hlin-h At hi, AHritau
Thi liy. William liidwia
Wflillm' I
PHSSJ ih fcHirie
Mf. Bivia ,.hms is
issisliHI
SUNDAYS
goiy eominuniwi.. f :80 l.m,
Fartil MbfHIHi ftayef. Churth
' mPr"l?1 .Pfeyet Churtft ScHi
ifsfhily iuehai-ist Second
RilhHdlU H.tk A
MbtHhll Ptayef. Churth Srhhn
:ll
morning prajrer and sermon
HOiy uommunioh First
SUhftayi ; 41:06 i.m
Bvwuig ptsyi- hf Liyreadert ? :Bo p.m
WMbNlBsBAYs
fjbly fcammuhibu I :fto i.m,
BV8fis6H( cfklrtlic8 .. f:IO,fh.
ChWl f st. C ite
sjHia eiari, n. p.
tHely Cbmm'uhiah is aHfiauticd)
CDRUtAL
Chapel 01 fhe UUUd Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayea,
rfttbAW 6h,"i
8:00,1 Mbrhlhl Pfeygr.
IH.S. first Friday each MoHtH).
SAMbOA
It Stmort'l Lhuich ...
fill Bey. Min Speaf Priest in Chifit
Chbtal lEUehitiii Ind Sef-
SUN6ATB
mon ii,..
1:06
3 00
am
Church School
m
m
fibiseeiMl buna Chutehmin
ahd FHlbAVs
MefHing Peiy and holy
CbrhrhUnlbil ........ i ..i,
Evening Praylr .i,.i
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd alia
11:66 I Hi
1:00 .th
WEDNESDAYS A fHURSDAVI
Holy eoriununion ..i.....
i
am
Im
e.m
Morning Pra
Pi-ay If
evening frayer
SATURDAYS 1
fifflift lUefllfisI ni nun
Offlcl of Cortlbllhl
6 l h
08 p.m
. J4 jeeA
at, petet'i
4 Ckitrtk
the ney. John Bpeit, ptli lit chittn
Mbrhliil Prayel and thurch
School
1 1 t . i
1:00 jn
10:10 l.m
1:89 I m
mra. it.... ii:,., i.i.ii.it,
dOhJifmalldH Class
Ehrttil BliphMrlsl ihd fear
SSiy Bilsrh ,,,,,,,,,,, 41:06 HS
WdmiAi Auxiliary iM .i
aeon
m
muftSfiATl FfcAlT AVS
rlely eafflfliuhiaa tf t k , 1:66 i.m
PALO ss-tft
Cftiip! ej JR HoJy. &mim
Vft.
ii u. at anmey. pri
rlMt la Chifge
dly epmmunlen.
IHAROAR1TA
t!l)lireH Hi
Mitt
ift
febavl IHd
l-artts WlvH
V. teiVflh g. Webltet
liiisi
ll:0u l.m. M
Hlirch Brhohl Setvlcl.
orbing Ptayar, (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
the month)
THURSfiAYs ifld ritjL DAYS
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
PAttAlhi
The hev, tirllOn O. Motilrs
PHesl IB Chl,
the Rev. David A. I Osborne,
vicar emeriti
SWBAV
1:00 i.lb. CBHfll lUcHirllt A BtffllW
f
I
I
1:30 tJli,
aht BiBltsi
dteB BeHbc
.0V m Chui-pl
f:Q p m IbUth rillovrSkM
i.tio 5.,lvsehi ifiaZAd
1,80 bin Wamafts Auxiliary end Al
Guild Mtfllhg,
. PANAMA Clfl
St Paul'a rhiiteh
8:oo i.m, Hbiy cammunioti
wu kjn punt suwitisi at
10:4i a o, Morning Prayer at
School
dfl
hursti
12:00 out. Holy Baptism
7 00 ti.Hi Solemn vespeti
(lieio li Building 131)
lUESUAYB
8:30 a m Holy Commiinlon
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and .ermon
tViBNailJAYI
6:66 to. Huiy CSBlfflUHlon
1:60 bit., ivehlha PFiVar
mUHMiAYB AND FRIDAY!
3U cm. Holy CemUuhlaB
YS
i,m. Holy Comm unlen.
CMfclM CHlRCM'Y.THS.tA
COlbn, R.P.
(Opposltl Hbtll WllhlhiteBI
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Aev, Henry A, Aleak, Assistant
IUMDAV
l.m. Hob Crimmunldft
ffi
l.m
loiamn evensong aermon
inrnini PTiyet
i m. Chsn Etienifiit ind lermen
IOiiO i.m
uren senooi
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
8:40 i.m. Morhihj Priyer
Iioo i.m. Holy Oommuhion
liM p.m, Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
J:60 a.m. Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Evening priyet A Addren
FRIOaY
lha PriVer
1:40 8 m. MortiQ
e:vy p.m. avening rrayer
"A . M. A
f
:o k.m. uuiaran
ran '4 Buehaflgt
SATURDAY
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion
llOO n.m. Evenlna Praver
1J0 p.m. Offb t Compline.
RIO ABAiO
St. Christopher's Chareli
10th itreet, arqu Lefevre
The Rev Clarence W Hayea,
Priest ih Charge
The Aev. Clarence A, Crtrwelt
Assistant
IUNDAYB
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7 -30 8 m Bung Buehartst end SXrman
10:10 i.m Morning Prayer and Church
lohool
1 1 '06 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 pjb. Evensong and Bw luuav

siONSAYI
f M tM lit Ihd Srd. WexutVI Au
Uary.
I'UKSDAYS
4 JO am iuiltt Daughters at the
IM m fautk feilawshig.
8:01 i m Holy CommuiuoB
I HU D in BVtAlng Prayer and Religious
Instructions.
1'HURfcUAYl
4 00 p.m Clu is Friendly Society.
M I A Junior CdAftMllleW Cuts,

Othli Churches
CHUACh OF THk AAlAJtkKI
448 Iraoaibaru Si AtieUii SA.
Kev Elmer O Nelioft raitui
Bo l7 t4Jtoa. C.Z. I ml I taol
c.z. it gaag
a u
Sunday School 8 44 ain
norsrup aervica
Youth sarvies
,i,.u 10:41 aid
Zi::::r ISIS
ivihieiigtle SerVife
Prayer Service Wed,
Stthdayi I am Pifiami Waajea,
" 19:80 a m Sunday Bchbsl.
" f:l6 Pin ivihielltal S8I
Ihd SeHhdA
Sunday 1 I hi Pa raise
" 10 liih ParJIsb luhday School
" f:lft pm. Patliip Iviflilllcil
sefviee
MpHOblsf hOfietk
Bay. Odt. SthM a m R(. Vlrlbt
Watson ID, t p,m, Mi, A. A.
BUhl
ehh
veil
Mahday. Get 26th4:B0 8 m. Prloi'
fitidh Glass Mf, Qeb: Mlieftell. f !.
i in: Prayer mektink Mr P
TulsSiV, Uet 2iSt7:36
.eague Mrs. K. King.
r peari rara.
km, aim
League. Mrs. K. King.
rnday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice.
CHtRfH Or tm NABArenf.
Mt. Hope. Canal Zone
(ISrosS irttm Ml. HI
Hdpe R H, StitlSh)
Rev. same H Jbhes, fastbt
H iliiaee,
Mirlil-lli.
Bbx 5019 Mifliflll, C.Z
Sunday
iy School 8:48 i.m.
ng Worjhip 16:4S i.ffl.
jeUstli; Srylel 7:80 p.m.
i and priis setvlte t: p.m.
Moihini
(JVah
Pwyi
MaMUNAL
rHliH(h
Pkriiml
A,
k
a8ta Street Kail
Rev o
H irawtki Mlnisiet
blvlne Abrsfllp
i:3fl I.ffl
'.'.
aaksOH
a ooY fli'.iu'.n Mpi
all
ipyat
ttpung
Aid Abije, kf
Sunday School ..........
I A
ikUlliiarfIB MiMlULMka
MwtiHds Thursbiyi it TiS om, tne
tmda it i.m m Wirt ffitmPtlii
Tnl Balk, ftoia i bei
Kirigdom rtuji-bisbm Mighti, CI.
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4:06 p.m.
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs'
ays. ?.-66 p.m.
Service MeeUhf fhtifsdiyi, 1:60 g.m,
CHUSGH OF 4
OP
LATTER DAT
mod)
ChaBel bB Balbh
Balbbi Road
Prlesthdtia Meeting: iundiy ,8:86 i.m.
punaay senqoi. eunqay iv w a,m,
Sacfiifilnt.MeltWg; Sufidjy 6:66 IJA,
fteltef Seellty, Weedky 6 96 I fll!
Ml A; Wednesday 1:60 D.fn.
Primary; Thurtaaf 4:00 6.
Telephone Balbna 4887
w AtllHtle itIAfh
Bmldini lofl. sehbbiheusi Raid, flinih
tlnrtaV BeHHoT: SuhrthV I'.IU
Slerarnent Meeting; Sunday 11:00 I.M.
CWRUNDU PROTIBTANT CHtlkCrl
"A. Warm Hearted Ohuriil
Phdnl'es "HSfni"'. oflf-SlOl
Sunday School i, 1:86 s.
dfflml orshlb ...'inni ll!06 l;m
duth TklldWIHIb IM l.m
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
a enurcn nursey in proviaea.
OLD CArMoXTt OHl'HeH
St RiiBkei TH A rC Hah 81
13th St Wast No 1
Holy BXichartst: Sunday at tat a.m
Tuesdays. WedfiCidavs and Thuradav
iJ0 a.m.
Sacrament dBftlbB (Mkasln &r
rtce First Sunday cs each month a
J JO PA
Mdndt RAlJbet: CaMafaP lHarek
PaniiKa A, t
it (Uv f Jlltie. D, D lilBW
una RJF
rpe D,
tiellttAi
Ornlhl deyotlrm m, 1:60 1m
illqtvsnlb Wrjrship ...... i. 11:56 4m
indiV ScBbol n.i. i 1:66 .ffi
CrjRIStADFLPrllAH BIBLB MtsltOM
8104 Ith androerhenii Colon
Menibflnl lervlea 16:66 l.m.
Sllhday Strtrtbl 3:00 p.m
IW. i .. ..... 7lP.m
AdUlt Bill! CUM 1:80 pffl.
ABAiTVfetPA
UfBlflialB ll Wm9eil3IH4mi (Hty
inibHflll Tilk atld BMetiitK
"iW '4,' 'a.' Vmb 'k'Mali
I.QIOR, 8tB r rem Htreeti
ki laiM afia BMcUMiom
D pAa,
DBstsira American Haaaari
ItUdy efeaslainiiiThureaay. tlM 6ft
EfHIl MiBAipM einiiei
key Wiiaikg M i?vitt. eitaf
luhdlji: ILOO l.m JVMNUiip lerVtH
jbrirfsWiduhe'Jpie'l AtiM
eoneaaiyi 730 Mld-44P Chrlltlih
Ibwshlfl,
I I .mA . I
.im 1 --- a.mA . 1
numaay ; 9 :uv uioh nenesrsai.
Fririav Vila VSmlM ilttlAM It,
MetV.
SUNDAY
tlbj. eik8A4Sg 10:66 l,m.
Ibrhltij Warthls and
H,M.lllilflH . mS
,u.,,., ::,,,,,,,..,,,, 1 !, .m.
nnniu vi Arum
HOK 4 ti gas,.
aii unnun i
dliwtlbhs Ind ArlsWIrl 1:41 I ill
flua, voioni ,p.
You will receive a win welcome it
each M Ouf MrVlcel.
. ChVACH Of COD
Foreign MUslfth Dpt, Hdqfri.l
CHDBCH OP. fioD BilhAi, C.f.
WifMimsrii tfidi,
Jthformitldnt Mon Oimtai 4M
usday letvlM ., ll:Wi,m
vingeliatli f ,16 E.m
CrttJACB 'Of 660 Pitllti, 0,1.
HViatlAAl 8
itindiy iirvlea ll!06i.m
Youth BerviH l:S0.m,
tvangeiistii
1ii6 p.m
CHURCH 0 005 Rio Abllo, toil
ioui ourai, rarqua Ltevre
i,m
m
Evangellitio
1:30 p.m
CHURCH Of OOD chorrllla, Pmi
uBdiy Behdol and
Morning Bit-vice .......... i6:Sfl am,
Avangeflttie I t6 ,m,
CMURCtt 01 6on Oituntllle, Pmi.
Translsthmlan- Highway, Ostunclllo
Sunday School and
Morning Service 110 I m.
Evsngellstle f 160 p m.
CHURCH OP OOD Bmli Rill, Pmi.
iransiiiiimian MlgnWky, SanU Alt!
Sunday Pchool and
Morning Service II noon
tvangellstle ,. ,Ti60 pm,
CHURCH Of OOO culvl riniml
iransisinmian nignway, wauva
Bundiy Behonl and
Morning Bervleo 11:00 e.m
EVsngellstie 7:08 p as.

CMQU1CH RF 060 Cklan. faniml

ui airvn near Meiensee Ave.
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10 00 a m
Evangelistic .. 7 :66 p m
COMMUNITY cNAPiti
Dlaaio Hflghu. t.A
Aev. Ctrl V. f kemaaoa. Mlhister
box iws, uiaoio Heighu. c.z.
PhOriM: Horn
ne Balboa
3237
cnufch BiiDoa ir
Sunday School
10 00 i m,
worsniB Mrvi
Youth AerViM
11 00 a m.
ZUUU. BCIIKl I B .UU p.m.
rndiyi Bible Study 700 pm.
luthtrif
AfiDKEMKA lvtheRAN chlrch
Balbbi R&ad at Wight Streei
Aev. Arthur W. Meyer, Pastor
P.O. Box Balboa. C Z
1:00 Am. Sunday School and Bible
mass
10 :1 a.m. Worship Service
Hoi Communion, first Sunday
Bf the montn.
cdtoMs,SLrt 8c1?apel
Mt Hilhaei w. kiaasat. vteat
16:15 i fh Suhdiy School 1H8 BlSl8
Class
1 1, tlx 1 I ftrliH!rt HSl-v.fS
teiy Gommunibh, last aunoay
the month.
Jewish
. u,a lb! i La
duca Roau Baibaa, C.I Ribbl Nathan
lift im , ,t
IBM atso USlingp m aewisn
hPer NU BIST 8h8 SUtiSMI,
tonlleakllBB. AW Wleafilh lf4i Avl
1I8I Glial ttlilUI Btt. 1111 VtHI
"inlml CltV SefVlW l: SB
Posts and Bases
fttituiint
avis itfiflfte.
Junior ChurerHounnay acnooi 1
Mbrnina Worshlo 10
GHUrcft'tUni Htfrlefy Ichbdl,., 10
FiliewshiB Meur H
FORT KOBBE,
FIIIHWpHIP HbUr .I.....
1
fcohttsSlbnSiUlraiy,.. 8:00 ..
U.g, NAVAb. SfATlONi HGBMAN
lunday Scja3
ll
lorfllBi
NRkshlB ,
Hlv
IfflffiUHian first SUfi'
icheel tBldi. 116)
prfllfil WefkhlB ,., ....:..
ALfefiBM AiS FORCE BASE
Thittrt f iiiowsniiH-Dunaai i
sunaiy seh&bi .. ., ,.,,..
Morning Worshid ,.i.i ......
XSuft1 BtbUfisVV8"
.kS"ffl8H
Unit.. UrftuniE
iHoiy Cbmmunion rirsi uun uun-iy
iy uun-iy ( MHtB)
CIIH8III
FORf AMA&6R
Dally Mass ....
Saturday, Miss i.i "i ,?
i' ..t.. Sirl,.iTtiiirriSv ... 7
r.nli..lnn. lilatiirrfiv .. 8:20 7
FORT ROBBl
saturaay
30
nupnta
B&iBASl''
lilly MiSS i'
16:!
Saturday
list I I II"
1:4! A 1
Sunday
lass!
Surtdav Mass iSpintsB
Novfns Servy:es TuMOiy
C6tlflien-i8turd4y,i, 1:00
ifwIJh
reiaii a
My":;:: ?
foH Knbb
- Situ
tlSO-JWB. Balboa-
AlbrooR ir i
USO-JWB, lilboa-Baturdy ., 8
ATLANTIC Slfti
frRIMllnl
?' an a CatnyHi'v A
FORT GOLICK
Sunday benoo v
Mornlria Worship Jl
EflH TJjIi I
Chuten ufiry ...u.iuiu.u io
Catholic
FORT QUL1CK
ualiy mass
Saturday" M .'M; 'i'-i V 4
Sundiy Mass .. liM, 6.30 I
Confessions Sstufdly ' g
Dally. Ms
icwlik
f ORt 6UL1CK
tuMdiy
Sevtnth Day
Advintist
Wiikiy Sifvleet u i ill ihunli
IBIIWWsti
TtlMDAYi k
ITtlMDAYi
fa
ibb
ine Di;i.f l.'.
aervice ii vy
gulh't Meftlhl iioo pm.
WEDNESDAY!
flbll Btuay
e llfiL..... a...a,l
yiMot f it.
paeine .v .. e.iifcn
Atehboli .).
j.yTdi li oMk nV
caba Verde. Ave.
17l
Hth, N6, It.
1.A It. between ltd
CnorflllO
pueblo Nuevo
Ihd 4th Sta.
! Ab86 J. 1 H&JT
uamooa n r..ji
H. Wallet tel. J-W
A, Grlrrl Tij, l-WI
tie! Moncidi l.
faster W
a-.aI. r.k,,Mhaa
BHHninn V . i
Plllbr Dihiei
BIT"' .,. A.-,., lla, I
Pihimi, cane "r'tt. ""'
Pldrllll ft NUy.B Mr"w
laiianin . ....
m ,a..aIAA T.t lallM
KSKsvaT tili h"- tMA A Bo'ilvir
ave,
...A
Vm. 8.l
,1.1161
SSkMTSwS'iS IT'tilRar
AVi, Ceflttll OtHjo
THI CHl'RcHEl OP OOO
OMlral OHle-Ahd8rjn. IndliM
Rev' Wm. LlvlgB-ioMvlit
lth St. (Monte OscurA ltd.) Rid Ab4)d
Rev, W. eennawa
Sunday BeJMol .tltS S'H!'
Bundiy N,let-JJ,,(1 0o4 httm
MH. Dnnam, NVt
Msrnlnf WonhlB ........ 16i6a,m.
Sunday School I.. ,, ..... I i80a.m.
Bunday Night Servlee t :15pm.
The CkUKk ef Gad
New Providence
Mrs. M, Hlnes, raster
Bunday School 10:06a.m.
Sunday Night Servlee .... 7:30 p.m,
Morning Worship ...... 11:00 i.m.
First Chunk ef Oad
CM. Jamaica A Trinidad Bat.
Rainbow City. C.t.
Rev. Wm. IJvlnraten, Pastor
Rev. O. W, Orendtsea, A see, Paste
Butdiv School 1:66 l.m.
MorViing Worship 16:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 1:10p.m.

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Agngminiini Cimirlig
lottt Chain Al A mi Bar
Thi t tt that lini al lh Pro-
tiilint ,! :l Aomin Catholic?
chipcl it rert Amidor nrc fill'
tingulihid by thi fin that thiv
in eompeietj ilmoit nilr.ly of
Pamminlin ellliani ukn have
voluntirlly ottired thr tilpni?
la ehiBift on othtr 0.1. Army
post i on mt iitnmui, eroin eon-
lilt mitnlv fif iarvleaman anit He
pindenti.
The Protiitint choir li uwtfr
the Uireetton trf Mm Kmlly Dutch
er. director of muiie In the C
nil lone'i locil-riti gchooli who
holdi i iti liter's degree In mtuie
from Columbli Unlveriity, lrif.
Him jinowiti, i member nf
the Nitionil Censervitory of Mu Mu-lie,
lie, Mu-lie, provides Accompaniment on
the or jan. His ion, Pedro, acts.
ii oriimst it the Protestant
ehiperi Sunday ichool iirvices,
rav Rivenes,. in aie.nlnai a
Irl Panimi rart'il fAmBinv'a th.
duitnil Division in Balboi, di
rect tne Roman rathelie choir,
while Rupert Ceville, in em-
Bloye of the U.S. Army Qaurter Qaurter-muter
muter Qaurter-muter Corps it Coroial, serves
ll APatan it. raullta iI.k ntaus
: iio,i vt'ilt IBTB O I
St. Vincent de Piul'i Church in
Pinimi city.
Only the choir director ind
flPBIfllitg fif these eeH.ins e.l.
flninelii remuneritlon.
Bfttn of tnese chein perform it
Sundiy services eieh week. The
r-rotestant croir prieticei In
the fort Amidor post chips!
every Mendiy evening it T-Sfl o
clock, Those who ling In the fto fto-min
min fto-min eithelie choir meet In rert
AmirWl iihaHBl issas . u
o vnapi ..lien r t I
Thursday it b p,m, for practice
nun tnem smg it trie N'tven,.
erv Ice It 7 hi Vliltncc aea ua,
come it my uf the lervices nu!
practice stsSnnS.
UNIOrTcilURCH
Camboi
Salvation Army capliln iskil
R00S nil ItibPrtlPr! th. iHiiiutiftH
Ll hfM3 leh" in t 0i m-
una union unuren tomorrow.
in making the announcement,
8. A. Herring, chairmin ef the
beard f deacons ind deaconesses
emphaslied the working iffilia iffilia-lien
lien iffilia-lien which exists between th
Salvation Army and the Union
dhtirch fit the ranal hr
litter's general council ind the
constituent cnurcnes at well have
long been contributors to the work
of tne Army.
Thi arlhlflfaHhe nf 8ah, Ih
the Satttboa pulpit an Snndv
wm pneoie tne congregation to
become acquainted with A nw
cwl8ague and the successor tn
Mijer Sundberg. The scrvine
opens it lfl!40 i.m, and Is ore
ceded by Sundiy School which
iisembles it ti30,
CMRIITIAN
ICIINCI
christian Science Churches
serving the Panama Canal Sene
will bring out row spiritual un understanding
derstanding understanding of Sod heals sickness
is well as gin it their services
tomorrow,
, "Spirit" is the subject ef the
LessenJefmen,
Readings from the King .times
Version of the Bible will in include
clude include Christ Jesus' premise
(John 'HSU "Verily, verity, I
siy unm you, He that belleVe'h
n me. the- umriti that t t shall
he do also; ind greater works
than these shall he do; because
I eo unto my father,"
frnm "UhIbhub and Ueulih uilth
Key to thi Scriptures" by Mary
Marr Bony tne rounwine win
be read (SiSit)! "Christ, Truth.
WIS dArnflflltFlterl Ihfftiish ts.ua
to prove the power of Spirit
over the flesh, tn show that
Trutn is mine minifest bv its
effect! Ilftfin the human mini and
boby, healing sickness ind des destroying
troying destroying sin."
San Antonio Co-Op
Elocls New Prexy
Al General Meeting
Th Bin AntnnlA rVarilt rnnnae.
atlve, helds Its third general as-
sCfflhly TtlPldlV. It the yponnh
Self ltt V Mill hefhfi a laettn turn.
out of members and Invited
menus,
The mlmbpflhla hafrt and in.
proved of the ictlvltlea of the or organisation
ganisation organisation forth! past term from
the adminiitritlve council, thi
credit eommlttei, thi supervisory
committal, thi eenersl mans ear
and the trmurer, They also id
proven i rieommenditlon of the
admtniitritlvi council for thi
aeeiirition ofdlvldindi on
fhirei,
four tltW Arftnart uiara alaet.)
to threi-yetr tirmi each, hoie
eitcita io tni adminiitritlve
COtincll WBPIl Rnurland Rnuian
and Oieir Manning, succiedlnij
two otheri members whoig term
of office hid expired. Other mem
berg in Cicll C. Devllle. Conrid
filiokmin and Terah Sayeri.
Thi new member elected to tha
credit commltte li Oiwaido
an Immanuil Clement ind C
lasting Durint.
The supervisory eommittti new
iiiviuiw IB jnauuBj ytong: omir
IMBmbin ira Arundel Halt mnA
AuriUo Del.
Thi flvi-mimber iducitloni'.
commttteg comprised of A.
Dow, Antonio Marquii, Mljo La
tarua, Jimei McDouail and Mr
Lisner Devllle.
Selected as president, for the
new term which began on July l,
wai C. C. Devllle, with Conrad
Blackmin, vice president, Row Rowland
land Rowland Bowen, secretary, Oscir
Manning, trenurer, and Tenh
Siyers, general rnajiagar.

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BOIMO FOR SIX MORE fteeeivihf eottgratulafcions after ship shipping
ping shipping over for six years is HMi frank J. Holmes (right) ef Min
rieapolis, Min. coHgraiuiatrnj him is 3apt. Kenneth W. Hinei,
cOrrimandlflt Officer 6f the Rodman Naval Station. HOlmei has
been in the Navy fer 14 years.

Pilot Who Bailed
Recovering From
Bf aufort, s.C. (UPl)-A vet veteran
eran veteran Marine Corps pilot wto fell
nine mileSi seven Of thCffl ber&re
his parachute opened, after eject ejecting
ing ejecting from a stricken jet is rec&v rec&v-"rifife
"rifife rec&v-"rifife from frostbite ana ether In Injuries.
juries. Injuries. The Marine Corps released de details
tails details Friday ef the July St) OrdCal
of Lt. Col. William H. Rankin,
who spent 40 agonitihg miOUteS in
the air while falling from 46,000
feet through a violent thunder thunderstorm;
storm; thunderstorm; Rankin, I 39 year elft bachelor
career officer originally from
Pittsburgh, was flying a super supersonic
sonic supersonic F8U-1 crusader jet ever
eastern North Carolina nearly
two weeks ago when the plane
sunereri a crippling malfunction
seme nine mllns above the earth.
Rankin said be was in i violent
thunderstorm at the time and could
not control the crippled ilrerift,
so he ejected.
He estimated the temperature
was dO degrees below ero when
he balled but High above the
North Carolina coast some 50
miles south of Norfolk Va.
He hid to fall free for seme
ssveti miles because his para parachute
chute parachute was set to open automati automatically
cally automatically it iO.rjfjn feet.
"it was l'ke being on a fast ei ei-eavatof;
eavatof; ei-eavatof; going up and down," the
veteran of Wend War 11 combat
said, describing his descent.
Rankin said he blacked out at
nne point during his descent but
was conscious of "lightning and
thunder ill the way flown" as he
plummeted through the thunder thunderstorm,
storm, thunderstorm, Winds blew him some 25 miles
ffom the spot over Which he
ejected and he landed in a tree,
Rankin, who said hp jumped
about 6 p.m., was nearly frozen
but he managed to unbuckle his
parachute harness and drop to
the ground where he stumbled
Ohta a dirt road and through a
COrrt field to I highway.
He said he frifitlcallv attempt attempted
ed attempted to nag down 1 number of au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles which ignored him un until
til until one motorist finally stopped
and took him to 1 hospital it
AhOlkie, N.C.
HI wag later moved to the Ma
Have yu given Chnit
a chant In youc lifer
He cart Bring you per personal
sonal personal peee , con fill
your heart with love,
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Jonithin. the greeistt Old TutAment friend, eieturee the fnen.
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worship with ui, but Men servlee It i ehillertf for deerier live
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1 1 10 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
TlSO "A NIGHT WITH THI SPIRITS-
sUlnaimitlon ind communlcitlng with thi ipirit hn been taught
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Out At 46,000 ft.
Injuries, Frostbite

rine Corps Air Station at Cherry
point, N.c, ana men transferred
to the naval hospital here.
Hospital spokesmen said Rankin
wag undergoing "physical ther therapy"
apy" therapy" and other treatment plus
tests to determine if there were
any icrlous after effects of hit
tortuous deseent.
Rankin's abandoned let crashed
near Scotland, N,C.
The veteran pilot IS group ln
structor for the Marine Aircraft
Group 38 at th? Marine orps
auxiliary air station here.
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Robin Morland Leads Junior Golf Tournament!

PAG I SIX

Leo Dehlinger 2 Strokes
Back; Jeff Kline Third

Sixteen-year-old Robin Morland of Cristobal got
hot yesterday and shot an even par TMor the second
18-hole round of the 54-hole Isthmian Junior Golf
Tournament at Panama Coif Club to lead by two
Strokes at the two-thirds mark.
Fourteen-year-old Leo Dehlinger came through
with a 75 for a 151 total as compared to 149 for Mor Morland.
land. Morland. First round leader Bob Sander blew up with an
84 and is now ten strokes off the lead. Jeff Kline had
an 80 to go into third place with 157.

Jaen Guardia was in fifth place
With a 162. and John Zelnick with
a 165 in sixth plare.
In the ape group 1013 who play
ed their first rounds yestrrday
Tom Peran fired a nice 91 for firs!
place followed by Craig Stnuriner
with i 94 and Duran and Rainc
close behind with 96. Jim Riley was
in 5th spot with a 97, Scrihncr 98.
and Jeff Riley with a 99 rounded
out the boys who broke 100.
The end of the most successful
Junior Golf Tourney ever held en
the Isthmus wa sscheduled for a
round noon. Thanks to A.P A. the
four best golfers in this tourna tournament
ment tournament will be sent to the Sta'es and
play in the International Jaycee
Junior Golf Tournament to be held
at Portsmouth Virginia. Aug 22
29.
OF Archie Pledges
$1,000 To Families
Of Dead Fishermen
MONTREAL (UPI) World
light heavyweight champion Ar
chie Moore Friday pledged $1,000
of' bis purse for his Aug. 12 title
bout with Yvon Durelle to a re relief
lief relief fund for families of fishermen
who died in a storm in the North Northumberland
umberland Northumberland Strait.
In announcing his contribution
during a television interview,
Moore urged all Canadians "to
contribute to this worthy cause."
Durelle, the Canadian cham champion,
pion, champion, is a fisherman himself, and
comes from Baie Ste. Anne, N.B.,
one of the affected villages. How However,
ever, However, he was not fishing when the
storm struck- during the weekend
of June 20.
A total of 35 fishermen died and
dozens of vessels were sunk.
Earlier, Queen Elizabeth II con contributed
tributed contributed to the relief fund.
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A buffet luncheon banquet was
to be served for all players at ap approximately
proximately approximately 45 this afternoon at
the Panama Golf Cluh At this time
the prizes were to be awarded to
the winners of the individual age
groups.
Scores at the end of 36 holes:
Age Group 1013
T. Perantie 91
('. Stoudner 94
R Dura 96
R. T Rainey 96
Jim Riley 97
S. Scrihncr
Jeff Rilev 99
P. Ebdon 100
!.. Engelke 103
M. McGrath 104
J. Grow 109
N. Lewter H"
L. Berger 117
L. Crump 11fl
B. Bauman 12"?
R. Canavaggio 126
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M. Bogers 132
J. Farnsworht 13d
J. McGrath 134
B. Foster 1"
('. Abrenathy 112
J. Ilatler 144
P. McGrath IS"
T. Babb 154
J. Hines 157
TV Blackard 164
B. Engelke 17')
Age Group 14-17
Robin Morland 149
Leo Dehlinger 151
Jeff Kline 157
Bob Sander 159
Jean Guardia 162
John Zelnick 165
W. Engelke 166
, Doug Alberga,..... 169
VBob Dilfer 178
F. Purdy 181
Bert Rogers 181
J. Johnson 184
Mike Dubbs 184
J. Stevenson 189
D. Smith 190
L. Brown 196
R. Potter 202
B. Emmet 207
M. Wheeler 216
B. Baker 221
T. Drohan 225
G. Linfors 21S
W. Fileds 231
R. McGrath 232
G. Hutchison 259

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Pan-American Games Boxers
For Panama Fight Tomorrow

SCORES

FORT KOBBE MIXED LEAGUE
Teams Won
Sevens 18
The Quints .. 17
Doggoners 16
Tankers 15
Lost
10
11
12
13
13' 2
14
17
17
17
Jesters 14W
Ichiban 14
Holy Rollers 12' 2
Fours 11
We've Had It 11
Shud Havs 11
The race for the highest aver-ige
in both the men and women divi division
sion division is a scramble. Only two per percentage
centage percentage points separate the first
five male bowlers and four pins
separate the first six places in the
ladies bracket.
Men Rav Burton 162, Herb
Zost 162. Don Covairt 161. Bob Ms
thias 160, Sal Laquidara 160
Women Jinny Hassler 139. Deo
Thomas 139 Martha Crawford 138.
Bobby Miller 136. Corky Boyle
and Lou Mathias 135.
SEVENS J, WE'VE HAD IT 2
The Sevens who for weeks were
trailing the Quints, took over first
place when they split with Jha
We've Had It. No game was a
runaway, except the one the
We'ves won, and the difference was
41, and that assured the We've Had
Its the Total Pin Credit Marker by
11. The league leaders after drop dropping
ping dropping the opener by the 41 pins, took
the next game by two pins, and
the last one by 28.
Lou Parker an dBob Sutton were
the standard bearers for the first
placers with 516 and 526 hdep se series.
ries. series. For the We've Had Tt, it was
ladies' day because their two
members of the fair sex were the
leaders, Lou Mathias had a 511
and Dottie Fleshman flashed a 516,
both hdep.
DOGGONERS 3, QUINTS 1
The Doggoners knocked the
Quints out of first place by taking
three out of four. It was not the
fault of the lady members of the
Quints that they went down, be because
cause because Dee Thomas and Lois Cru Cru-mit
mit Cru-mit beat their male teammates
both scratch and handicap.
Mrs. Thomas tagged a 520 hdep
series, and Mrs. Crumit tallied 539
hdep. For the winning Doggoners,
who rolled three consistent games,
John Beler in a role of a sub hit
553 hdep. and Luther Miller mixed
up 515 hdep set.
TANKERS 3, ICHIBANS 1
Both teams captured one close
Girls Junior
Tennis Tourney
Set Sept. 6
Alejandro Tarte, president of
fie Tennis Association of Pana-
5 ma, and Juan Frenandez, well-
known tennis player, toaay a a-nounced
nounced a-nounced that the firm of Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro will be the sponsor for a junior
tennis tournament for girls.
Because of the desire to sti stimulate
mulate stimulate more interest among the
junior players in Panama and the
Canal Zone the Tennis Commis Commission
sion Commission has planned to make this an
annual affair.
The tournament will begin on
Sept. 6. The Commission extends
an invitation to all beginners
both in Panama and the Canal
Zone to participate. Those who
desire to enter may comimunicate
with Juan Fernandez on Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday at the Olympic
swimming pool.
It is encouraging to note the
fine crop of promising young
girls learning the game. Among
them are such warm enthusiasts
as: Ruth Phillips, Anabel Vare Vare-1a,
1a, Vare-1a, Meredith Fisher, Mitzi Sucre,
Bessy Reyna, Irma Ojedis,
Odilli Biendicho, Chila Endara,
Cecilia Marciacq, Mercedes Ju
lio. Jeannine Hebert, Betsy Fos
ter and many others.
With the participation of in
strwtor Bill Hele's students from
the Canal Zone, and those from
Panama, this tournament should
prove quite exciting and enjoy
able.
TODAY
TIVOLI
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the Man inside
with Jack Palance
- Also:
THE BANDIT OF
ZHOBE
with Victor Mature

game. The Tankers took the open opener
er opener by 17 pins, and the Ichibans
gained th ifenals by 19 sticks, but
in the middle game, the Tankers
took the point by 106 sticks and
assured themselves the TP.
Jerry Diesin ghad the best night
in the league with a 534 scratch,
which included a 203 singleton. Bill
Beebe. also of the Tankers shot a
551 hdep.
The Ichibans standouts were two
dolls and a guy, Kay Tomlinson
tabbed an even 500, Jinny Hassler
525 and Ed Saxton socked 511, all
hdep series. Jinny's series of 441
scratch was the best on the boards
for the women.
FOURS 3, JESTERS 1
Although their big gun, Herb
Zost was silent, the Fours had
plenty of reserve power in Bill
Bond, Irene Beler and Joe Sortino
to grab three out of four points
from the Jesters. The Four had an
aggregate pin fall of 2587, or 187
more than the Jesters, who squeez squeezed
ed squeezed the curtain raiser into the win
column by 26.
Bill Bond broke into the charmed
circle with a 507 scratch. Irene
Beler belted out a 526 hdep and
Joe Sortino socked a 529 hdep On Only
ly Only Ray Burton the leagues pencil
pusher, did anything worthwhile
for the Jesters with a 515 hdep set.
HOLY ROLLERS 1, SHUD HAVS 3
The first two games were hum humdingers,
dingers, humdingers, teh Holy Rollers rolled in into
to into the win column by three sticks,
and the Shud Havs retaliated hy
winning Ihe next one bv nine In
the rubber game the Shud Havs
continued their normal pace, but
the Holy Rollers fell apart and got
trounced by 59 pins.
Carolyn Poyer was the only Hnlv
Roller to put on a good show with
an even 500 hdep. For the Shud
Havs, Frank Garcia and Conlev
Cain were the stalwarts with a 549
and 521 hdep.
Kobbe Downs
Army Atlantic
By PFC BOB SMAILES
The Fort Kobbe Regulars bounc bounced
ed bounced back from a defeat at the
hands of the Clayton Cavaliers
Thursday night to score a 91 to 65
victory ovre the Army Atlantic
Falcons Friday night at Army At
lantic, j
Both teams worked the ball
slowly in the first quarter which
is unusual for either team hut after
taking a slim 15 to 14 lead at the
end of the first period, the Regu Regulars
lars Regulars got their attack moving to pull
ahead in the second quarter by a
score of 40 to 29 behind the shoot
ing of Dave Howard, Paul Dietch.
and Bob Palmer who collected all
ten of his first half scores from the
foul line.
Center George Noland keep the
Falcons close in the early part of
the game but couldn't get enuogh
help from his teammates when the
Regulars started to move. Noland,
who was outstanding on the boards,
was high man for the night with 26
points of which he collected 18 in
the first half.
Kobbe took up where they left
off at half time with their fast
break to register a 65 to 49 lead at
the end of three quarters. "During
the first half the taller Army At
lantic quintet had controled the
boards but saw the Regulars take
over in that department too when
coach Dick Kloskowski inserted
John Phillis and Ron Davidson in
the second half.
The Reguars also took full ad advantage
vantage advantage of the one plus ruling at
the charity line as they cashed in
on 25 of 32 free throws while the
best the Falcons could do was 15
of 25 in a game that featured 49
fouls for the two teams.
Kobbe displayed a well balanced
attack with four men hitting for
double figures. Forwards Dave
Howard and Phillis hit for 21 and
10 markers and guards Bob Palmer
and Paul Dietch collected 16 and
15 markers.
Guard Maneel Boyd played a
hustling floor game for the Falcon -while
hitting for 9 tallies. Mike Su'
livan was also outstanding with his
defensive work around the key.

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Welterweight Federico (Chichom (Chichom-olo)
olo) (Chichom-olo) Marshall and featherweight
Benito (Coco) Lasso the two a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur boxers who may represent
Panama at the Third Pan Amer American
ican American Games in Chicago this month
-fight in the main events on to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night's card at the Na National
tional National Gym.

BENITO LASSO
Marshall and Lasso had been
originally chosen to go to Chicago
but each suffered an upset loss at
the Gym last Sunday. The Panama
Amateur Boxing Commission then
decided to have the boxers qualify
against two other frghters who are
considered the main contenders in
each division.
Marshall, who was decisioned by
Onel Eastman last week, battles
Francisco Gutierrez at 147 pounds;
and Lasso who dropped a verdict
to Juan Nieto, takes on Sanliago
Mendez at 126 pounds.
The winner of each bout will he
Panama's representative at the
Games
FEDERICO MARSHALL
In four other matches, which
ike the headliners are all set for
three rounds, Humberto Herman
of Panama meets Carlos Wilson
of Paraiso at 135 pounds; Carlos
Martinez and Leopoldo Campbell,
both of Panama, clash at 112
pounds; Aurelio Belgrado (Pana (Panama)
ma) (Panama) and Herbert MacDonald (Pa (Paraiso)
raiso) (Paraiso) swap punches at 118 pounds;
and Marco Antonio and Jacinto
Cobos, both of Panama, will fight
at 126 pounds.
General admission is 35 cents,
ringside, 50 cents; and ladies and
children, 15 cents. Curtain time is
8:30.
ARCARO WINS FOUR
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -(UPI)
Jockey Eddie Arcaro,
making a strong comeback after
a near fatal spill in the June' 13
Belmont Stakes, booted horne four
winners Thursday at Saratoga.
Arcaro's victories were aboard
Pat Livingston, Destiny Unknown,
Gawain and Warlike.
MAKE IT HERMAN
RENSSELAER, Ind. (UPI)
Willie Herman Lee, the Chicago
Bears' veteran offensive tackle,
told teammates at their training
camp Thursday he would prefer
being called Herman from now on.
Lee's wife likes Herman better
than Willie.
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Otto Graham Getting College-.
All-Stars In Right Mood For'
Tilt Against Pro Grid Champs-

By ED SAINSBURY
CHICAGO ( UPI ) Otto Graham
doesn't expect his 1959 College All
Stars to beat the National Football
League champions for a second
straight year, but he's going all
out with psychology to set up such
a feat.
"You know and I know that if
the pro team plays up to its ca capabilities,
pabilities, capabilities, no newly organized
group of college kids is going to
beat them," he said. "But my aim
is to have our kids ready to beat
them, if they're ready to be
beat."
That's where psychology comes
in. Graham gave his squad a
taste of it this week when he tot toted
ed toted them some 100 -miles to Rens Rensselaer,
selaer, Rensselaer, Ind., for a game-condition
scrimmage with the Chicago
Bears. Surprisingly, the All-Stars
earned a 7-6 victory,
"The score doesn't make any
difference," Graham said. "I
wanted them to find out how it
feels to tackle a pro, or be
tackled by a pro. I wanted the
All-Stars to find out that these
pro's are onlv human ofto. oil
They're not super-human, and if
juu laviue mem right, they go
down iu.st likp a nv twin U If
you block them right, they' go
uuwu.
COLTS BIGER TEAM
"And if you're running right,
maybe they won't tackle you any
better than you've been tackled
before," he added.
Graham, wiho tutored the 1958
All-Stars to a 35-19 win over De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, the eigth victory for the
uoesn 1 Deneve nis squad Wis sea season
son season is as good as last year's
group.
"We're not as big for one thing"
he said, "physically, that is. We
don't have any horses like Lou
Michaels or Charlie Krueger wiir
are big as the biggest pros. So
we're just not as big a team an
we're playing a bigger team, be because
cause because Baltimore is bigger than De
troit.
"Then we're not as deep is we

Sugar Ray Robinson To Defend
His Portion Of Title Dec. 5

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) After a
lapse of 21 months, Sugar Ray
Robinson will defend his "big
portion" of the middleweight
crown against Paul Pender at the
Be&tpn Garden, Dec. 5, "without
a guarantee of any kind."
"I've still got a big portion of
the championship," said 39-year-Ray
today, "and I'm defending it
without a guarantee because I've
got a good percentage deal and
because it'll help independent pro promoters."
moters." promoters." The promoters are Sam Sil Silverman
verman Silverman and Johnny Buckley of
Boston.
Sleek, slender Robinson who
signed Thursday night to defend
against the Brooklnie, Mass, con contendersaid,
tendersaid, contendersaid, "I'm still recognized
as champion in New York Mas Mas-sachusets,
sachusets, Mas-sachusets, Pennsylvania, Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, Cuba, and continental Eu Europe."
rope." Europe." HOPES TO EXTEND TTLE
He added, "and next year I
hope to regain recognition every everywhere."
where." everywhere." Robinson's defense against 29-year-old
Pender will be his first
since he recaptured the 160-pound
title from, Carmen Basilio at the
Chicago Stadium, March 25, 1958.
Because of his inactivity, the
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were 1 year go. We've only got
46 players on our squad now and
last year we had over to".
There were shortcomings, too
he said, in the quality of personnel.
Last year Illinois' Bob Mitchell
was a pass receiving and running
star and Jim Ninowski of MicJti
igan State was a star passer.
They both will receive most vaK
uable player awards for their,
show.
"I don't know about our pas-
sing," Graham said, "but fetiji
say that last year Mitchell won
the game for us, and this year
there's no Mitchell on our roster".
OTTO USED PSYCHOLOGY
Graham used psychology last
year to get his club off to a good
start, and he migiht take the saimr
approach this year. The psy psychology
chology psychology came when the AH-Star
won the toss and he chose to de defend
fend defend the south goal with the wind,
at their backs.
"Sure, we could have received!""
he said. "But if we did and they
chose the wind, and they stopped
us, then we've got to punt ana
maybe they've got the ball in our
territory. We chose the wind and
let them receive and put it up JO
our defense.
"It was going to be up to our
defense anyhow, sooner or later:
If we stopped them then, we're
all right. If we. don't, we've got
to learn to do it. And we wer
tight and tense and you had mi
way of knowing how our offenTSS
was going to go. I wanted to get get-them
them get-them relaxed a little before we.
had to go on offense. And it
worked."
It did, because Graham's de,.
fense hampered the Detroit attack
and though the Lions scored, the
All Star offense clicked when it
had possession, quickly tied t h
game and finally ran out a win.
This Friday some 75,000 fans
olus millions of TV fans will se.
whether Graham can do it again.

National Boxing Assn. vacated his
title on May 4. Ex-champions Ba'-'
silio of Chittenango, N.Y., arid
Gene Fullmer of West Jordan
Utah, are scheduled to fight for
the NBA version of the title alJ
San Francisco, Aug. 28.
Silverman announced in New!'
York that Sugar Ray will receive
47i per cent of the gate and 75'
per cent of all television, radio:
and movie rights.
CLAIM $100,000 TV OFFER
Silverman said they already bad
an offer of $100,000 for TV, per;'
mitting a 100-mile blackout in.
the Boston area.
Moreover, should Sugar Ray ba
upset and lose hit title to thl
challenger, Pender has agreed to
give him a return title shot with.-,,
in 90 days with Robinson get-.-ting
30 per cent of the return ne
gate and 75 per cent of the TV TV-rights.
rights. TV-rights. t:
Challenger Paul, who looks lika
a fresh-faced collegian and who.',
did spend one year at Staley
College, has had 40 fights during
his oft-interrupted 10-year profes professional
sional professional career. He won 33, include
ing 19 by knockouts.
In his last bout on March 1?,.
he earned a title shoWaccord shoWaccord-ing
ing shoWaccord-ing to Sugar Ray by beating
Ralph (Tiger) Jones, who once
outpointed Robinson.
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AGE SIVIN
Bflcfc Shaw Hurls White Sox To 4-1 Victory Over Sendfors
CZ Teeners Clinch
Series' With York
On 14-2 Victory
Reds 3-2
N.L Lead
si
To Increase

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Giants Edge

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. t Editor: CONRADO 8ARCEANT

y MILTON RICHMAN
!:N1W YORK. Aug. e-(UPI)r
Den't tay "shaw' when you tlk
about Hi Whit Sex' pennant
chances, fay lek (Ruck) Shaw.
-Anyway, that's what elated Al
Eeeex Is saying and you hava ta
admit ha'$ got a talking peint.
the a-yetr-eld Shaw, a recent,
convert to the easy-does-it school,
ii fundoubtedly the bi "surprise'
f the Whit Sox pitching staff
with a glossy U S record that in includes
cludes includes hii last five straight.
pretty fair pitching for a guy
who never before won more than
18' f amea in any one season dur during
ing during 10 year in pro -ball. Lopez
elaimi the change took place
when the Bronx-born right-hander
ftially was convinced he didn it
hve to atrike out every hitter in
the lineup.
Striking out only three, Shaw
kilned the White Sox maintain
their game lead in the Ameri American
can American League race when he beat the
Senatora, 4-1, last night on eight
hit. Billv Goodman also contrib

uted to Washington's zotn toss n
thjp last 21 games by driving in
three runs off loser Bill Fischer.
Cleveland defeated Baltimore, 8-I:-
New York clipped Kansas City,
S-tf, and Boston beat Detroit, 4-3,
In the .other A.L. games.

San Francisco increases its ma ma-tienal
tienal ma-tienal Leaeue lead ta Vi aames
with a 3-1 triumph ever Cincin Cincinnati;
nati; Cincinnati; St. Laul defeated Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, 3-1. and Chltaae dawned
Pittsburgh, 4-0. Las Angeles and
Milwaukee ware net sehedutod.
m Trfin chased Jerry Walk-

nsm'th fiv runs in the first three

Innings and then held on for their
victory over the Orioles. Cleveland
added two more runs off reliever
Jack Fisher in the fourth and they
turned out to be the deciding
markers. Herh Score started for
the Tribe but the victory went to
Al Cicotte, who relieved him in the
fourth.
Whitey Ford and Ryne Duren
teamed up in the Yankees' victory
over the Athletics. Ford struck out
10"and allowed all of Kansas City's
five hits during the 7 2-3 innings he
worked. Duren then came on and
faimed three more In preserving
Ford's Uth victory. Hank Bauer
nH Vncri Kerr rh homered off

Bud Diley, who.was tagged with

his seventh against, m-vh:io

The Red Sox won their game

from the Tigers on a double steal
and a wild pitch. With the score
.5t In the eighth. Garv Geiker

and Gene Stephens pulled a double

niffer then scored the win

ning run 6'n Ray Nirieski's wild

pitch. Bill MOhbOuquette notcuea
his fourth victory, giving up eight

hits, including a homer by Gus

Zermal.
One of the "Willies" won it 4
gain for the Giants. This time it

was Willie Mays, who broke a z-i
tie when he singled home Felipe
Alou with the winning run in the
ninth inning. Mays' game-winning

hit came off Brooks Lawrence,

who relieved starter Jim O Toole
in the eighth inning. Southpaw

.Tnhnnv Antnnplli matched his en

tire 1958 victory total when he post posted
ed posted his 16th triumph while check checking
ing checking Cincinnati on fcer hits. Mays
collected three of San Francisco's
seven hits.

Willia McCovey, the Gums'
spectacular newcomer, finally
want hitlass after conned ing
safely in his first seven games
with the club.
Rtan fThe Man Musial's two-

run homer in the ninth inning pow powered
ered powered the Cardinals to victory and

dealt Ruben Gomez of the mine?

hia eiehth loss aeainst one vic'ory.

Lindy McDaniel relieved starter

Wilmer Mizell in me ninin ami
evened his season record at 10-10.
Ken Boyer and Wally Post also hit
homers. ,
Moe Drabowsky of the tubs held
the Pirates to five hits and never
permitted a runner to advance past
second in registering his fifth win
The Cubs hopned on Ronnie Klin

for two runs in tne seeona lnran
and added another pair in the third
on back-to-back homers by Ernie
nA Art Sehult. Banks'

homer was his 31st and. gave him

the league leadership m that ae
partment over Eddie Mathews of
the Braves.

The CZ VPW Teeners clinched a
three game series with the Yerk.
Pa., All Stars by handing them a
14-2 pasting yesterday.
The CZ VPW team had beaten
the Yerk club 9-2 Wednesday and
tied them 2-2 In Thursday's can can-test.
test. can-test. The winning pitcher was Rob
Fortune whe struck eut 11.
The Zenians will travel to
Waynesbere te continue their
warmup schedule prior te the VPW
National Teeners Tournament in
Hershey, Pa. They play their first
game against Waynesbere Monday Monday-Other
Other Monday-Other warmup games are sched scheduled
uled scheduled with Blilrsville and Hunting Huntington
ton Huntington before the start of the Hershey
tournament on Aug; 14.
The linescore:
Canal Zone 330 1 3414 1 4 3
York 000 101- 2 0 7

LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 12 or more decisions)

American League
Shaw, White Sox
McLish, Indians
Pappas, Orioles
Lary, Tigers
Wynn, White Sox
Mossi, Tigers
Maas, Yankees,.
National League '
Face, Pirates
Antonelli, Giants
Drysdale, Dodgers
Newcombe, Reds
Law, Pirates

.W L Pet.

11
13
11
14
14
10

3
5
5
7",
7
5
5

r :

.786
.722
.688
.667
.667
.667

.667

14 0 1.000
16 6 .727
14 6 .700
10 5 .667
12 7 .632

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Thomas' Blows Help
Richmond In Drive
Toward IL 2nd Place

NEW YORK, Aug. 8-(UH)-Gerry
Thomas, of the Richmond
Virginians, who hit only four home
runs in the first four months of the
senson. has gone on a sudden long,
ball-hitting tear that is heloing the
Vees In their drive toward second
place in the International League.
Thomas elubhed two round-rrie-oers
a three-run homer and a bases-leaded
job to lea Richmond to
a 10-1 rout over the Montreal Rnv Rnv-als
als Rnv-als last nieht in Montreal. The

lefty-swfhging outfielder had only
four homers pninp into August, hut
he has stroked three in the list
week. Frank Leja also hit for the
circuit to heln left-hander Bill
Short coast to his 14th win of the
season.
The Havana Sugar Kings, still
clinging to second place, by a half half-game,
game, half-game, whipped the Buffalo Bisons,
9-6, in the second half of a twi-

night duobleheader, after the Bi Bisons
sons Bisons had taken the opener, 2-1. A
six-run sixth inning carried the Cu Cubans
bans Cubans to victory in the nightcap,
even though the Bisons connected
for three homers.

The Toronto Maple Leafs vacat

ed the cellar by beating the Colum

bus Jets, 3-2 and 10-3. A "sudden-

death" two-run homer by veteran
Dave Pope ended a tight Oitcher'

duel between Pat Scantlebury of

the Leafs and Curt Raydon of the
Jets in the seven-inning opener.

Then the Leafs unleashed a 17-hit

barrage to win the second game.
At Rochester, Leo Burke's solo
homer in the fourth inning was the

difference as the Miami Marlins

bested, the Red Wings, 3-2.

If you put a minor league ball ballplayer
player ballplayer in a major league uniform,
it'naturally doesn't make him
mt. At the same time, it doesn't
necessarily follow that a great
nlimber of fans won't accept
him as such.
There comes to mind a cab
fide we made with Hank Green Green-berg
berg Green-berg during the '45 World Series.
Detroit had dropped two of the
first three games, now the show
was moving on to Chicago. Green Green-Berg
Berg Green-Berg had rejoined the Tigers in
midsummer that season after four
years in the Army.
"Has it been this bad all
along?" asked the big, person personable
able personable Bronxonian. "I mean, the
quality of play. On the whole, it
Isn't -much better than it was
when I played in the Texas
Leagu."
"That was the last of the years.
Many of the name players were
till in service and some of those
who had returned had not yet re recaptured
captured recaptured their old artistry. By
exacting standards, there wasn't
a. genuinely class team in either
league.
.A tipoff was Snuffy Stirnweiss
leading the AL hitters at .309. The
year before, ,with the' journey journey-ffln
ffln journey-ffln ranks even more depleted,
the junior-sire Yankee had hit

art,

But if the play was substand-

if small talents took' over
mIh If nreii-hmc critics

, f
nnirsllv desnaired the fans'

enthusiasm remained unoimisn-
atd lTf fWtm nrnitlrJ natPnt

Wak a. s & win v tj
ly second-grade product they sup supported
ported supported the 8ame In unprecdented
members and the majors' com combated
bated combated tunstile count for '45 soar soared
ed soared to an all-time high.

$o mayDe tne n-ano-wnen uiira

league may not find the pro-
m nf material null in (leaner.

ate as the situation warns ana
thoughtful observers concur. In
which case it would not be the
fifct time Inferior merchandise
attractively packaged, found a
roponsive, if not discriminating,
mjrket.

bit

blin

NO NOVILTY HERE.

.Jbne of the main perils of this
pgrticular project la the pivotal
Importance attached to New York.
Instead of making the league.
New York conceivably could kill
itjor, at least, lead to a shattering
setback. For big league baseball
lno novelty here, and fans longs
conditioned to the best aren't like like-lyto
lyto like-lyto settle for anything less.
We fear the earnest, energetic i

Bill Shea and associates are try trying
ing trying to do too much in too short a
time; also, that they engage in
self-deception in basing their
hopes on the successful exten extensions
sions extensions to San Francisco, Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, Baltimore and Kansas Ci City,
ty, City, all newcomers to modern big
league baseball.
The difference here is that
those teams were members of a
long-established going operation,
and what they as individual u u-nits
nits u-nits in a amster machine lacked
was made up in great part by
their affiliates. Winning or losing,
they were still able to present a
continious parade of proved per performers.
formers. performers. "What will a third league use
for players?" It is a question
which answers itself. Players of
sorts will always be available. A
more pertinent question is what
will such a league use for stars,
for gate attractions, the standout
individuals who keep interest
alive when pennant hopes are to totally
tally totally dead?
For some reason, the third
leaguers, though avowed busin business
ess business rivals and presumably com commercially
mercially commercially ambitious, not only ex expect
pect expect help from the two present
majors but appear to feel .that
that is no more than their just
and proper due. .That was not
precisely the way Mr. Nixon
spelled out individual enterprise
to the Soviets, was it?
SPREAD THE WEALTH.
When the American League be became
came became a competitive challenge at
the turn of the century, the found founders
ers founders rolled their own, and some
years later the ill-starred Federal
League played it the same way,
neither looking for nor expecting
handouts.
The effrontery of Brother Shea
and 'colleagues has been encour encouraged
aged encouraged by -two factors: (1) Base Baseball's
ball's Baseball's precarious position as re regards
gards regards anti-trust laws and (2) Con Congressional
gressional Congressional characters eager to be
identified with what they hope is
a popular movement.
Thus, the entrenched owners
apparently must decide whether
it is more more advisable to sub sub-mdt
mdt sub-mdt 16 what practically amounts
to as shakedown by sharing ma material
terial material or risk the loss of sub substantial
stantial substantial legal concessions, unique
in American commerce, a situa situation
tion situation which the third leaguers
Clearly hope to turn to their ad
vantage. .And he way the Yan
keea are golng.they may find
Dan Topping unccommonly coo cooperative,
perative, cooperative, too.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based en 215 official- at bats)

National League

Aaron. Mil.
Cun., St. L.
Temple Cin
White. St.L.
Pinson, Cin.
Cepeda S.F.
Gif, L.A.
Rob., Cin.
Banks, Chi.

Mathews Mil. 97
Boyer, St.L. 106

G
105
101
17
104
107
106
98
105
107

AB R
426 79
326 43

427 73
385 56
448 88
420 69
354 87
390 75
409 68
395 78
395 61

H Pet.
156 .366
113 .347
138 .323
123 .319
141 .315
132 .314
111 .314
121 .310

126 .308

120 .304
120 .304

American League

Kuenn, Det.
Wod., Bal.
FOX, Chi.
Kaline, Det.
Run., Bos.
Maris, K.C.
Power, Cle.
Minoso, Cle.
Jensen Bos.
Kubek, N.Y.

95 371
103 329
108 444
92 352
104 403
78 296
107 433
106 409
104 374
84 319

65 128
50 109
58 142
60 112
67 127
51 92
84 131
66 121
74 108
41 92

.345
.331
.320
.318
.315
.311
.303
.298
.289
.289

Runs Batted tn
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Klllebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Malzone, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Banks, Cubs

Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Bell, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Home Runs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Lemon, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Maxwell, Tigers
Jensen, Red Sox
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Mathews, Bravea
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda. Giants

85
83
80
72
70

101
90
88
75
74

24
32
27
26
23
23

31
30
29
24
21

-i- m -;r mf..SM::i National I American Leagne

E v : '' """9 w l ret.- OB TEAMS W
I J San Francisco 42 44 .574 Chicago 44

- l v774 Milwaukee 58 47 .552 2'i Baltimore 55 55
; l 1 k 1 Chicago 52 55 .484 Vt New York 52 54
?S t S4WV' J f M 1 ' Pittsburgh 52 57 .477 10' Kensas Citv 51 il
. W'V--'t 4 A Cmtmn 50 57 .447 11' Boston 4?5f
y Iftm TOO, 1 Washington 44 S

L' 4.f.wr: L&lX J Today's Games

1 ,- ..yrr: I mmrm

HERE'S THE QATCH Arms full of what was fighting fish, Raymond Streb of Raleigh
displays a big sailflsh he hooked off the North Carolina coast. The finned beauty measures
more than six feet, in length. Dead game sailflsh have battled superior anglers for hours.

Arcaro Gives The $2 Bettor
Jockey s-Eye View Of Racing

Cincinnati at San Francisco
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Philadelphia at St. Louis (2)

Yesterday's Results

Pittsburgh
Chicago

000 000 0000
022 000 OOx 4

By bill Mccormick
NEW YORK (NEA) Back In
the saddle again and riding high
at Jamaica after his frighteniug
spill in the Belmont Stakes, Ed Eddie
die Eddie Arcaro was discussing the lit little
tle little things, other than jockeys,
that influence races.
What Arcaro was talking about
was old stuff to those with an in inside
side inside knowledge of the turf, but

his words would have glUtened

like pearls of wisdom betort the

average $2 bettor who has diffi difficulty
culty difficulty distinguishing between a
Kentucky Derby candidate and a
lead pony. Erudite Edward, one
of the best Informed men around

the tracks, was giving a jockey's
eye view.

The wind, it seems, can have a
profound effect on a race.
"On the old Wldener chute, a
horse that would do three-quarters
in 12 against the wind might
make it in 10 wtih the wind be behind
hind behind him," said Arcaro. Three Three-quarters
quarters Three-quarters is track parlance for
three-quarters of a mil and 12
and 10 translate into 1 minute, 12
seconds and 1 minute, 10.
"Last fall First Landing beat
Intentionally and Tomy Lee m
the slowest time for the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne at Belmont since the race
was made a mile in 1940," Eddie
pointed out. "That's because the
field had to buck a 28 mile-a n n-hour
hour n-hour headwind almost three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of the distance."
The moral to the bettor, if any,
is bring a wind gauge.

By OSCARAFRALEY

NEW YORK (UPI) This
could be remembered by base baseball's
ball's baseball's historians as the year of the
big collapse.
But you hava to be specific.
Because it goes much deeper than
!ust the imminent demise of the
iew York Yankees.
You have, if you'll take a quick
look, a baker's half dozen of indi individuals
viduals individuals who may be remem remembered
bered remembered as the unlucky seven of
1959.

This would include, and you

make up your own batting order,

season's end, the Messrs Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Stan Musial, Mickey Man Mantle,
tle, Mantle, Willie Mays, Bob Friend,
Bob Turley and Don Larsen.
There will be no particular sur surprise
prise surprise in these quarters if, come
season's end, the messers Wil Williams
liams Williams and Musial decide to call
it quits. It may almost be ex expected.
pected. expected. For the performance fig-

Kline (7-11). Green, Gross and
Burgess.
Drabowsky (5-8) and S. Taylor.

L Pet. GB
4J .404

.517 1V
500 1J
.41 12
.444 12'
.412 12
.454 14
.400 22

Today's Games
Kansas City at New York
Chicago at Washington
Detroit at Boston
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)

Yesterday's Results

I a v Vi
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CHECK Sam Snead checked out
his irons before finishing five
strokes back in the recent PGA
Championship which was won by
Bob Rosburg over Minneapolis
Golf Club course

ures, plus the physical hardships

which they have come to endure,
make it as plain as a wart on
your nose that these two old
heroes have just about "had it."
FATEFUL MOMENT AT HAND

Each of these two has said,
from time to time, that when the
moment came he felt he could no
longer deliver as a star, he
would step down. The time, quite
obviously, has come.
Williams, whose name once was
used by pitching parents to
frighten their offspring, is swing swinging
ing swinging arduously in the .240 class.
His homer and runs batted-in total
is anemic and to complicate the
sitiiation he will be 41 years old
this month. You don't have to re recount
count recount his legendary career to iee
how far the mighty have fallen.
Musial, who once made a habit
of driving 100 and more team teammates
mates teammates scross the plate, skidded to
62 last year. You no longer can
consider this just a bad year
when he may have trouble match matching
ing matching that total this season. His av average
erage average is in the ,260's and this
must be maddening to a man,
soon to be 39, who once declared
"it's easy to hit .300.
The man they call "Wondrous
Willie" is having his troubles, too,
and a new nickname well could
be "Wondering Willie." The 1954
most valuable player's homer and
runs, batted in totals are far off
and he's battling to be at .300
with the stick that clouted .S7
last year. The old Mays could
have had the Giants roaring to toward
ward toward the flag instead of merely
waving it.
DRIVING CASEY GRAZY
Mantle, who hit .353 in 1956 and
.365 in 1957 to win most valuable
player honors, has to be driving
manager Casey Stengel crazy. Old
Case long has held that master
Mickey should lead the league in
everything every year. Well, the
well-to-do young howling alley
proprielor has his hands full just
trying to hit .300 and the Yankees
are the chief victims.
Turley and Larsen are contrib contributing
uting contributing to the club's delinquency.
Big Bob, after a 21 7 season, has
a poor 7-9 mark and has only five
complete games to his credit. Lar Larsen
sen Larsen is only 6-6 and has only two
complete games. Without top per performances
formances performances from these two, the
Yanks are pop-eyed and stagger staggering.
ing. staggering. Friend appears to be a man
without one among the hitters.
After a league-leading 22 wins
last season, he has only four wias
against 14 losses this time around.
The answer there seems to be one
of sheer 'overwork. With a total
of 865 innings pitched the past
thre enn 'akin thuir toll

Contrary to popular belief, the
No. 1 post position is not always
the best by any means, accord

ing to Arcaro.
"Some horses like to run

the outside snd others favor the
rail. If you get an outside run runner
ner runner in l, 2 or 3 post position,
you've either got to break fast
from the gate and stay ahead of
the packV or you've got to drop
hark, and swing around the
field," says the little man who
has been called the greatest ot
the race riders.
"If you get a horse that's slow

from the gate or hasn't the
stamina to stay out in front all
the way, you have to drop back
and swing to the outside. Then
the chances are that many in the
crowd will say, 'Look at i h a t
idiot!-Taking the long way round
when he has a hole he could
drive a truck through on the
rail!'
"Of course, everything I've
said goes in reverse for a horse
thfct likerthi rail but drtfws 'an
outside position,4 Arcaro cau cautioned.
tioned. cautioned. From this, It seems it would
behoove the bettor to determine
from a careful study of past per per-fromances
fromances per-fromances whether a horse of his
choice has drawn a post position
to its liking.

Horses don't run according to

the precise mathematical formu formulas
las formulas that govern the fall of dice,
turn of the roulette wheel or

the outcome of other wagering
games played with inanimate
objects.

(Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 100 O001
St. Louis 010 000 0023
Cardwell. Farrell, Comer
and Lonnett. Sawatski.
Mizell, McDaniel (10-10)
Smith.

6 0
6 0
(1-8)
and

(Nioht Gsme)

on! Cincinnati 000 010 0102

San Francisco 020 000 0013

O'Toole, Lawrence (8)
lev; Antonelli (16-8) snd
LP-Lawrence (6-10)

and Bai-Schmidt.

Only games scheduled.

AIMING TOWARD KOREA
TOKYO (UPI) -Typhoon Elle
which narrowly missed Okinaw,,
today, was expected to hit the
southern coast of Korea.
U.S. Air Force weathermen re
ported that the storm, packing
115 mile winds at the center, wis
moving in a north-northeasterly
direction north of Okinawa at 15
miles an hour.

(Night Game)
Kansas City
New York

Daley (12-7),
and Chiti.
Ford (11-6),

000 000 0000 S
010 100 lOx 3 I

Dickson, Tomanek
Duren and Berra.

(Night Game)
Cleveland 104 200 0018 10 1
Baltimore 300 100 1005 10 2
Score, Cicotte (3-1), Grant and
Nixon.
Walker (8-8), Fisher and Gin'
berg.
(Night Game)
Chicago 101 010 0154 10 1
Washington 000 000 1001 8 3..
Shaw (11-3) and Romano.
Fischer (8 8), Woodeshick,
Griggs and Courtney.

(Night Game)
Detroit 100 100 0103
Boston 300 000 01 x 4
Banning, Narieski (4-11)

Wilson.
Monbouquette (4-3) and White,

8 1
5
snd

CRASH INJURES 15
ROME (UPI) Fifteen persons
were injured yesterday when a
bus bound from Rome to ArpirtO
crashed into a tree after a tire
blew out. Hospital authorities said
none of the injured was in seri serious
ous serious condition.

SOON BELLA VISTA

Eddie Arcaro

If they did, what with the 12
to 17 per cent bite taken from
the mutuels, the $2 bettor would
have as much chance of beating
the races as Mrs. N. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev has of becoming president
of the D.A.R. But horses don't do
arithmetic, and therein lies anoth another
er another way the bettor can reduce the
odds against him.
"Horses aren't machines," Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro reminded. "They're like
people, with likes and dislikes,
quirks and peculiarities, good and
bad days. Certain horses don't
like to run behind because they
dislike having dirt kicked in their
faces. Nashua was particu!r-iy
cranky about this. Some like ie
straightaway, others run faster on
turns. You nave to know a hone's
temperatment before you can
know what he is likely to do un under
der under certain conditions-"
This would seem to Indicate
that the $2 bettor should consult
a horae psychiatrist.
Or better, go to his own heai
shrinker, who proabably would
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Houses
FOR RENT: Completely furnuh furnuh-,i
,i furnuh-,i three bedroomt home, dinino dinino-room.
room. dinino-room. kitchen, bar. air-conditioned.
yrd. in Can.rejo "F St.
No 10. For information call Tel.
3-4619.
FO RRfNT: New thalet, three
bedroom, office, living-dining
room, porch;, two bathrooms,
aaraoe 48 ttreet ending. Bells
Virti. Pbone 3-0570, 3-6413.
FOR RENT: Beautiful re.idente
with all conveniences, ample
space Preferable American fam family
ily family Telephone 2-3145, Panama.
Special Offers
WANTED: fcxpert operators for
acwing shirts Confecciones Ga Ga-teno".
teno". Ga-teno". Premier Baiiding. Central
Avenue 7a.. Cjiid'onia No. 24 24-20,
20, 24-20, first floor.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Ariel motorbike
500 e.c. Single. Alloy engine,
recently overhauled. Entire ma machine
chine machine in excellent condition.
House 8545 Margarita. Phone 3 3-2349.
2349. 3-2349. TOP CATCH Eric John
Widdowson is six -feet tall,
ibut it dwarfed by the 780.5 780.5-pound
pound 780.5-pound blue marlin the Domini Domini-ican
ican Domini-ican Republic angler caught
off San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Nearly 14 feet long, the fish is
expected to be approved as a
new world record for species,
THE BARE TRUTH
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driver Truck-driver Billie Thornley, 37 of Kl Kl-berta,
berta, Kl-berta, Utah, arrested for brawl brawling
ing brawling with two other truck drivers,
was consigned, unprotesting, to
the men's division of the county
jail. When the driver stripped for
a shower. aHendants blushed,
tossed her a towel, and hustled
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Apartments
FOR HINT : Two btdroem
aparrmtnr. Phono 3-7601 after
5:00 p m
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, new apartment
house located on the Transisth Transisth-mian
mian Transisth-mian highway, modern well ven ventilated
tilated ventilated with private bathroom
and kitchen, completely furnish furnished
ed furnished with new furniture specially
designed for the apartmenti,
reasonably priced Call Panama
2-2766 from 8 to 1 2 and from
2 to 5:30
FOR RENT: Office space,
Mercedes building, above Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Balboa's Post Office, with
condition, good tirer, good paint
private bathroom. watchman,
very reasonable rent. Tel. 3-3054
FOR RENT: Modern unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, 4 bedroom house en Lome
Alegre. large kitchen, fenced
yard and hot water Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3228.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment,
hot water, garage, apply 26
Ecuador Avenue
FOR RENT: Very cool and
comfortable one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, San Francisco. Phone 3-
5024.
FOR RENT: The most beautiful
view in Panama, two bedroom
apartment unfurnished, den, hot
water, big porch, garage. $150.
Call 3-3421.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: 316 80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Fran-gipani
gipani Fran-gipani Street, close to Auto Ser Ser-vicio.
vicio. Ser-vicio. $235.00. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
FOR RENT: Starting August
1 0, top floor in Ecuador Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 14, 3 bedrooms, 2 sit sitting
ting sitting rooms, large dining room,
maid's room with bath, terrace,
garage, hot water. For informa information
tion information apply downstairs.
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON President Ei
senhower, calling for effective la
bor reform legislation in a nation nationwide
wide nationwide radio-TV address:
"Labor reform is not a parti partisan
san partisan matter. I don't come before
you in a partisan sense. I am not
a candidate for any office. I do
not seek the support of any spe special
cial special interests. I am only trying
to make sure American workers
and the American public get the
kind of protection that Americans
deserve.
WASH1NGTON-AFL-CIO Pres President
ident President George Meany, attacking
the tough Lanclrum Griffin labor
reform bill backed by President
Eisenhower in a speech broadcast
nationally on radio and TV:
"If the final measure enacted
places the trade union movement
in the strait-jacket thai some of
labor's enemies so ardently de desire,
sire, desire, there is a grave possibility
that the nation's economy might
be adversely affected."
PHILADELPHIA Former
mental patient Kyrlo Czupircziik.
42, critically wounded by pobce
after firing a shotgun barrage
that killed two persons and in -iured
four at a home for tne
aged, mumbling his explanation
as he was taken to a hospital:
"I shot Communists. Police sho
me. I no shot police. Communists
radiate me. They bother me."
HOLLYWOOD Flame hairej
.ic'rcss si -I oh it IS, speaking
afier the disclosure of her en engagement
gagement engagement to Lance Reventlow, 72
the only son of dime store heir
ess Barbara Hulton
"I don't want a big weddine.
and I don't have what you mig.U
call a Hollywood-style engage engagement
ment engagement ring. People figured that if
Lance and I became engaged I'd
have a fabulous diamond. It isn't
going to be thai way at all."
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We dye all kinds of clothes,
drapes, ruts, coats, dresses,
suits.
Two Hour Dry Cleanlni
TROPICAL CLEANER
(10 minutes from (own1
Via Espana No. 830.
Tel. 4-1277

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1959 M6. excel excellent
lent excellent condition, wire wheels, wt
tiros. Coco Sole 36-697.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker,
good condition, radio, very clean,
Balboa 2-3322, 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 1959 Opel station
wagon, undercoated, like new.
Chance to save money, duty paid.
Cristobal 3-1712 Margarita
8044-C & F.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Tudor
Customlinc. Fordomatic, radio,
excellent tires 1517 C Akee
Balboa or 2-3468 after 5:30 p.
m. $575.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet, 4
deer sedan, two tone, standard
shift. Tel Kobbe 5177.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Ranch Ranch-wagon,
wagon, Ranch-wagon, radio and heater, standard
shift, luggage rack, $475, qtrs.
102-B. Fort Kobbe, 84-6238.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobilc 55, 4
door, hydromatic, radio, two tone
colors. Bella Vista. '45 St. house
No. 4-166. Apt. 7.
FOR SALE: Ford Fairlane 500.
hard top. white, automatic, ex extras,
tras, extras, 4 doors, 17,000 miles, ex excellent.
cellent. excellent. Dr. Snyder, phone 36 36-770
770 36-770 Coco Solo, C. Zone.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile,
automatic, radio, w.s.w. $225.
Can be seen at 1531 -A Balboa.
Tel. Balboa 2-2721.
FOR SALE: Ford, 1958, 4 door
Fairlane 500, club Victoria, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, house 2487-A,
Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Last chance to buy
a 1955 Ford with auto transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, tudor, tutone, radio and
extras for $750.00, very good
condition, call Balboa 3444.
FOR SALE: 1956 4 door Eng English
lish English Ford ww tires, $950, duty
paid. Panama 2-0780.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to August 31. Classes
Begin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION. Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. S-7963. 3-.
3018.
WANTED
WANTED: Small U. S. family
desires vacation quarters in Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone from about 10 August
through September. Call "Balboa
2-1432.
Good cook-laundress, will take
care of home. Call 1443 Rainbow
City.
WANTED: Wheel chair. Call
Mrs. de Alfaro, phone 3-1876.
WANTED: Experienced States States-side
side States-side beauty operator. Genell
Beauty Shop, Coceli Clubhouse,
Navy 3812.
WANTED: Jeep in good con condition.
dition. condition. Panama 2-0780.
WANTED: Secretary must be
intelligent and know English per perfected
fected perfected well. Part or full time.
Excellent working conditions. Ap Apply
ply Apply in person, Temple Kol Shear Shear-ith
ith Shear-ith Israel, 36th and Cuba Ave.
WANTED: Vacation quarters
from Sept. 10, call Erickson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1789.
WANTED: Experienced secretary
short hand English and Spanish.
Apply Abadi y Cia. Ltda. Ave Ave-nida
nida Ave-nida Central 28.

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New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
" Cristobal
TJLUA Auj. 1 Aug;. 8
YAQUE Auk. 1 Auir. 15
MotizAN Auk. 14 Aur. 22
UMJA Aiu. 21 Auir. 29
YAQUE Aug. 28 Sept. 5
Also Handling Refrigerated anu Chilled Cargo

New York Service S a U Arrives
" Cristobal
SAN JOSE Aug. 4 Aug. 9
METAPAN Aug. 11 Aug. 16
PATtlliINA Aug. 18 Aug. 23
LIMON Aug. 25 Aug. 30
VAQLE Sept. 1 Sept. 6
'Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
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IEXITA '.Every (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle

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Home Articles

FOR SAUs Electric dish wash ina
machine, Hi-Fi act, electric fee.
House 0930 Amador Read. Tele
phone 2194.
FOR SALE: RCA T.V., table
mahogany with 4 chain, refrige refrigerator
rator refrigerator Frigidaire. Call 2-4496,
0431. Apt, K, Anton.
FOR SALE: Because of trip.
Three-piece living room set,
licorera, GE refrigerator, Bush ra radio,
dio, radio, Magnavox TV set, Norge gas
stove, hair-drying machine. Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more automatic washing machine.
Call Tel. 4-0414.
FOR SALE: Apartment aixe
Magic Chef, gas stove $75.00.
Call 3-7018.
FOR SALE: $15.00 swimming
pool 8'x10'x18'. Living room
room, folding bed lounge, very
food condition, $25.00, patio
couch, $8.00; train set and
tracks and transformer $22.00.
Curundu 2139.
FOR SALE: Baby stroller, con converts
verts converts to sleeper and walker. Call
Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE: Mahogany living
room furniture, good condition.
126-A, Gatun. Phone 5-305.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, new unit $50.00, 30
gallon, stainless aquarium,
pump, motor, etc. Quarter mast master
er master turn bed and mattress, 2 ex extra
tra extra long tingle mattresses en legs
$15. 00 each. Simmons sofa-bed
$20.00. Electrolux vacuum clean cleaner,
er, cleaner, $10.00, two standard type typewrites
writes typewrites Underwood, $5.00 each.
Sunbeam steam Iron $4.00.
Toothpick bamboo screen, 3 -section
$15.00. Curundu 3190.
FOR SALE: A wardrobe, China
closet, Underwood typewriter.
Martin, House 2854 13 St. Rio
Aba jo.
FOR SALE: Household goods,
leaving Isthmus, selling every everything.
thing. everything. Car also, 112-B, Gamboa.
Tel. 6-131.
FOR SALE: Modern household
furniture consisting of: Foam
rubber living room set, blonde
mahogany dfining room set, twin
beds and vanity, three quarter
bed with built in bookcase and
vanity, GE automatie washing
machine, Magie Chef stove, ene
ton air-conditioner, Dumout 21"
TV set, RCA radio and record
player, crystal aquarium and
many other household Items.
Phone Panama 3-1853.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, new unit, $50.00,
5179-A. Parson St. Diablo Htt.
FOR SALE: Automatie washer
$50.00, 3 -speed phonograph
$30 00, chaise lenge, $15.00,
Chinese rug $5.00. Balboa 2909.
Boats & Motors
45 foot double planked ex-Navy
boat hull for sale. Asking price
$1000 or make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 2553.
FOR SALE: 14' boat for fish fishing
ing fishing or cruising Johnson motor,
30 h p., trailer, steering control,
various extras. $650.00. "Mue "Mue-bleria
bleria "Mue-bleria Inglesa" 7th St. and Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar St. No. 6075, Colon. Phone
334.
FOR SALE: 5Vi hp. lohnson
outboard motor, new In factory
crate $200.00, 0532-A, Ancon
2-3073.
PERSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.I.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.

TELEPHONES:
2121 PANAMA.2-2904

Miscellaneous

FOR SALIi Af4 natural ma manure
nure manure at fiva-away price by the
tmckloW. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE !1 952 Hudaoa Her.
net, 24 inch TV with rolling
iwival table, mahogany bar, four
itooli, gas stove, refrigerator
1 4 Vi foot, large froosor chest,
Mf bamboo, small couch, maho mahogany
gany mahogany broakfatt tot, four chairs,
misc. small tablet, rolling bar bar-bet
bet bar-bet u pit, motal kitchon table,
4 h p. Fodders air conditioner
110 v., 2 electric fans, round
mirror. Store Symphonic record
player. Phone 3-7601 after 5:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: Air conditioner 1
h p., 220 volts. $75. Informa Information,
tion, Information, telephone 1-6561. Panama.
FOR SALIi Maternity and baby
clothes store. Well situated in
Ave. Just Aretemont No. 30 30-03
03 30-03 in front of Royal Crown Cela.
For reference phone Panama 1 1-6740.
6740. 1-6740. FOR SALE: Genuine Otter fur
coat. Cost $500.00. Sao it and
make your offer. 43rd Street No.
27.
FOR SALE: Cabinet for Hi-Fi,
mahogany, excellent workman workman-ahip
ahip workman-ahip in very good condition. $49.
Casa Admirable next to Lottery
building.
FOR SALE: Eldice 100-F ama amateur
teur amateur tranamitte, AM, CW or
Single Sideband, 100 warts, built built-in
in built-in oscilloscope, audio compressor.
Condition perfect. KZ5WZ,
phone 2-3173.
FOR SALE: Keamor electric
dryer, Albreok Qtrs. 17,, 86 86-6295.
6295. 86-6295. FOR SALE: Pour piece overthif overthif-for
for overthif-for set, very good condition,
must sell, 2-4338, 460 Ancon
Blvd. Puppies $300 each, mother
Fox Terrier.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS NON-FERROUS
METALS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., Auguit 28, 1959, in the
office of Superintendent, Store Store-houie
houie Store-houie Branch, Balboa, for ap approximately
proximately approximately 900,500 pounds of
Nan-Ferrous Metal located at the
Salvage Section, Balboa. Stare Stare-house,
house, Stare-house, tolepreae 2-31 10. Invita Invitation
tion Invitation No. S-59-4 3 3 may Be eb eb-tained
tained eb-tained from the above source, or
from office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, telephone
2-1086. 7

Rockefeller Makes Political Points
In Civil Defense Issue At San Juan

WASHINGTON (UPI) Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller could miss
the presidency by an inch or a
mile, and still make his place in
the history books as the. official
who finally kicked some life into
civil defense.
He moved a step in that direc direction
tion direction by getting his fellow gover governors
nors governors at Puerto Rico to endorse his
ideas for stronger civil defense
action.
The Republican's behavior at
the annual governors' conference
left little doubt in many minds
that he's preparing to challenge
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
for the GOP presidential nomin
ation. One of his intervening state
problems is that of doing some
thing meaningful about the
apathy-ridden, faltering program
of defense against nuclear blast
and fallout.
Rockefeller's own New York
committee has recommended that
he endorse a program of compul compulsory
sory compulsory shelter construction. This is
a lot stronger medicine than most
elected officials want to prescribe
for their constitutes. And it did
not show up in the report Rocke Rockefeller's
feller's Rockefeller's civil defense committee
made to the governors at San
Juan.
The Rockefeller program called
instead for education on fall fallout
out fallout danger, action by responsible
government officials to get people
to prepare their defense by build building
ing building shelters and obtaining survi
val kits, and an inventory of

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Ready For Tea
Tomorrow At 4 p.m.
Arrangements have been com
pleted for a tea which -will be
given at the Jamaican Society
hall tomorrow evening by thr Al Altar
tar Altar Guild of St. Paul's Church in
honor of its 91st anniversary.
A short program will mark the
event. Tea will be served from 4
to 6 p.m. :
This is the concluding I feature
of the anniversary celebration of
the oldest parochial organization
of te church.
state facilities that could be used
as shelters.
But his recommenda t i o n s
appear significant because:
They are applying pressure at
the level where It is needed if
local action is to be generated.
They underscore the "long
look" on U.S. defense planning
that the Eisenhower Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev visits, the Nixon tour and
other manifestations of more
friendly relations with Russia do
not modify the nuclear threat.
They may help to convince the
Kremlin leaders, if properly im
plemented, that this country is
not "fat and happy" and diplo
matically gullible.
Rockefeller, like any well ad
vised political aspirant,v seems to
be getting bis tough tasks out of
the way before the presidential
year arrives. Congress, with its
big batch of presidential conten contenders,
ders, contenders, is doing exactly the same
thing.
The New York governor is said
to feel his political stock has
swung upward again after drop dropping
ping dropping with his unpopular early 959
tax boost program. His handling
of the whole civil defense question
in densely populated New York
could be made easier if the rest
of the country was moving with
him.
This year's congressional testi testimony
mony testimony on nuclear fallout dan danger
ger danger and the scope of its increase
in an era of continuing nuclear
tests has helped to put civil de-

Wall Sheet

CHATTER
NEW YORK (UPI) Bakers
admitting that the projected
Khrushchev Eisenhower visits
have caused some market uncer
tainty, appear optimistic on the
market's immediate future.
Martin Gilbert, analyst for Van
Alstyne, Noel and Co.. holds that
the recent decline was technical
adn after some further consolida consolidation
tion consolidation and the upward trend will be
resumed.
Rache and Co. says we are wit
nessing nothing more than a short
term correction within the pri
mary upward trend.
Joseph E. Granville, analist for
E. F. Button and Co., notes that
interest in the so-called defensive
equities is materializing. A rising
trend tor these equities, he says,
precedes some general declining
tendencies.
Walston and Co. calls attention
to Du ont's new plastic "del-
rin" which it holds ma.y displace
some of the older plastics and
other materials such as hard rub rubber,
ber, rubber, wood, and glass. Du Pont
may now achieve a dominant po position
sition position in the plastics field, cays
the firm.
Aliew and Co., analyzing Burl Burlington
ington Burlington Industries, estimates its
sales for. the fiscal year ending
Sept. 30 will hit a new all time
high around 800 million dollars
with earnings approximately $3
a share, contrasted with $1.21 a
share for the 1958 fiscal year.
Panama Liners Win
Health Certificate
For Third Year 5
A V.S, Government health cer certificate
tificate certificate has been earned by the
Panama Canal Company for the
third consecutive year, in recog recognition
nition recognition of -the high standards of
samtauor'Tnaunained in the o-
peration of its" 'passenger liners
Ancon and Cristobal during 1958,
according to an announcement re received
ceived received at Balboa Heights from the
New York office. The certificate
was awarded by the P u b 1 i e
Health Service of the Department
of Health, Education and Welfare.
The actual presentation was
made to Gov. W. E. Potter by
Sylvan C. Martin, regional engi engineer,
neer, engineer, U.S. Public Health Service.
July 7 while Potter was in ih,
States for the quarterly meeting
ui me ranama janai board of di directors.
rectors. directors. The Public Health Servfr. .or.
tificate also was given the Pana
ma une in 1956 and 1957.

White House Reports Support
For Ike's Labor Bill Appeal

WASHINGTON (UPD The
White House said today it had
received "surprising number"
of telegrams backing President
Eisenhower s appeal for a strong
labor reform bill to crack down
on union racketeers.
It reported the response to the
President's radio-TV appeal a
Rep. Stewart L. Udall (D-Ariz.)
announced that the three tele television
vision television networks had rejected hu
request for "equal time" for a
Democratic spokesman to reply
to Eisenhower.
Udall said, however, that the
Mutual Radio Network did igree
to grant equal time to a Demo Democrat.
crat. Democrat. The congressman saiti
Speaker Sam Rayburn (Tex.) was
considering appearing on the radio
network Monday night.
Udall. a leading backer of the
moderate reform bill approved by
the House Labor Committee, said
that instead of "equal time" tne
TV networks ABC, CBS and NBC
offered the Democrats "various
consolation prizes such as ap appearances
pearances appearances on panel shows.
Udall called the attitude of the
TV networks "grossly unfair." But
he indicated the Democrats would
accept the panel show ma Be Because
cause Because there is "not much else we
can do."
The White House reported that
it had received what it considered
a surprising number of telegrams
on the heels of the President's
annearance on the three TV net
works and radio stations.
It said that virtually au tne
fense back m the minds of public
"coupled with this has been the
development of the inercontinen inercontinen-tal
tal inercontinen-tal ballistic missile with Russia
admittedly ahead of th U.S. In
getting it operational. Several
years ago only the West European
NATO countries were sitting on
the edge of nuclear doom.
Now the threat has laped the
Atlantic. With it may have come

political action.

Hash Sllnner Fights

To Serve Customer;
May Cost Him $50,000
KNOXVTLLE, Term. (UPD-iA
$50,000 suit has grown out or
fight between a counterman of
the Toddle House restaurant chain
and a customer over now the cus customer
tomer customer wanted his eggs.
Wade Patterson Dunn filed suit
in circuit court here Wedntsday
against the restaurant and coun counterman
terman counterman Charles Henry.
Dunn said he went into she res resin
in resin circuit court here yesterday
eggs over light and coffee.
He said Henry started to pre prepare
pare prepare his order but broke tne yel yellows.
lows. yellows. Dunn said he told Henry
just to go ahead and scramble
them, but Henry threw the yel yel-lows
lows yel-lows out and started all over
again.
He broke the yellows again.
Dunn said he told Henry to can cancel
cel cancel the order he would juet take
coffee. Dunn said Henry became
enraged and retorted St was
breaking bis heart because Dunn
was nungry and wanted eggs.
Then the fight began.
Dunn claims he was hit,
stamped, and kicked by Henrv.
He charged in his suit that ha
"suffered bruises, great pain, hu-5
miliation and embarrassment."
Henry was fined $35 in cits
court Wednesday on assault andl
battery charges.
Bees Plagues Bees;

At Home And AwayV

JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) At ?
tar as the Alon Bees are con concerned,
cerned, concerned, bees are for the birds,
and will they please leave the
Bees alone.
Alon Bee, Mrs. Bee and-wo
young Bees call their home "The
Bee Hive."
.It became one several weeks
ago when, bees came in through
an attic window and began to
make themselves at home.
The harassed Bees holed Hp In
two rooms while exterminators
routed the emwanted bees.
The people Bees then took off
for their country home to rest up.
Thursday, Bee reported, they
were walking happily ftrougn
some laii grass wnen on Httli
Bee stepped on bees' nest
Mary Bee. 14. waa tan Mma
times. Bee eounted seven stings,
''We'd change; our name," h
said plaintively, "if we thought M
would give us any relief.
i j j
PEEK-A-BOO FISH .i r
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
Navy announced today it hap
developed a new underwater cam camera
era camera housing that has overcome
some annoying problems of light
and color for underwater photogr
raphy. But "we still have trouble
getting good pictures," research researcher
er researcher George Silberberg said, "be "because
cause "because the fish come right an to
look into the lenses."
0
telegrams backarl hi coll
fective" legislation against such
t-iBL-uces as -macicmail picketing"
and secondary boycotts.
Asurvey of congressional offices
showed the immediate response
was not particularly heaw thr
But several members said they
"fctra u m pica up auring tne
week end.
Udall had soueht time far P
burn, or some other Democrats
spokesman, to reply to the Presi Presi-dent.
dent. Presi-dent. Rayburn supports the labor
reform bill approved by the com
mittee.
Udall said the President's speech
in support of tougher legislation
was "clearly partisan in nature"
and that equal time for a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic reply was warranted.
The legal requirement 'ifor
"equal time" on radio and fl.
vision applies only m the case of
rival candidates for office. The
President in his speech Thursday
night emphasized that he was not
a candidate for office.
Supporters of a tough bill said
the President's strongly-worded
speech should provide enough votes
for passage of the measure spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Reps. Phil M. Landrum
(D-Ga.) and Robert P. Griffin
(R-Mich.).
On the Wher hand, advocates of
a milder bill said the speech
would boomerang and help them
because it injected partisanship in into
to into the controversial labor reform
issue.
In a tough-worded nationwide
Eisenhower called on Congress to
respond to an "overwhelming na national
tional national demand" for strineent la.
bor reform legislation. Praising
tne Landrum-Griffin bill, he called
for legislation to end the "na "national
tional "national disgrace' of racketeers,
crooks and other corrupt elements
in labor unions.
AFL-CIO President George
Meany followed Eisenhower on the
air and denounced the Landrum Landrum-Griffin
Griffin Landrum-Griffin bill as a "blunderbuss
that would "wreck the legitimate
union movement" in trying to
wips out racketeering

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WOM FROM ARMY SECRETARY Secretary, of the Army Wilder M. Bracker, the one
SSrfimto. rtbckholder of the Panama Canal Company, welcomes two Qirls' Nation representa representa-!Si
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. r,irls' Nation sessions. The missile model Brucker Is explaining is the. Army's Jupiter C,
Saicf rried Explorer I into orbit. ; (OS. Army Photo).

Air Force Sends Long $4,251 Bill
i For Alleged Misuse Of Guard Planes

at

Louisiana

WASHINGTON (UPD- Gov.
liri Long of Louisiana has re re-cerved
cerved re-cerved a $4,251 bill from the fed fed-ril
ril fed-ril eovernment for "unauthor "unauthorised"
ised" "unauthorised" Ust of two Air Force trans trans-ort
ort trans-ort planes assigned to the Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana Air National Guard, the Air
Force disclosed today.
An Air Force statement, issued
ki reply to inquiries, did not spec specify
ify specify Who misused the planes or
..hf tkiohu were made in viola

tion -of Air Force regulations.
But the 1 statement said thai
Long had been notified "the Unit United
ed United States government must be re reimbursed
imbursed reimbursed a total of $4,251" lor

mi... of the C47 and C45 trans-

sorts which had been placed

the disposal of the

Guard. r
the bill was sent to Long by
the National Guard Bureau, which
administers Army and. Air Na
tional Guard affairs in the De Defense
fense Defense Department, on orders from
Air Force Secretary James II.
Douglas
In New Orleans, Long, now en engaged
gaged engaged in a hectic campaign for
reelection despite ill health, sam
that- "If they give me that bill,
I will consider it."
"All I ean keep from paying, 1
Will," he said. "If that's all I ha;l
to worry about, we'd go througn
with flying colors."
Long, who vwas committed and
then released from a mental hos-
eil, charged that House mem mem-s
s mem-s and senators use guard
"plans 'for vacations in Europe"
anjj" art not billed.
When they pay. I'll pay," he
aid. "What's good for the goose
ia. good for the gander."
'The Air Force statement said
the 'inspector general of the 10th

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Air Force recently investigated
the Louisiana situation on orders
of Air Force headquarters here.

"This investigation, it said,
"has revealed that during the

months of April, May, June and
July, aircraft assigned to the

Louisiana Air National Guard
were flown in violation of Air
Forct regulations. ."
These regulations stipulate that

planes assigned to the National
Guard are to be used only by gov governors,
ernors, governors, lieutenant governors, ad adjutants
jutants adjutants general and other state of-
'Crude' Communist
Propaganda Worries
Army Not One Bit
IIKIDELSBERG. Germany
(UPI) Communist propaganda

flooding American housing aras

in Germany is so crude thl the

Army is not worrying about, an
Army headquarters spokesman
boi it ant at-rl i r

Most of the recipients of Rea

leaflets sent llinuiyh the mail

have recognized them as props

sanda and turned them over to

police, he said.

"Most of il is such crude stuff

that our people would have to be

mirons to believe it," he said.
"In any case we are workintf

with the German police on track tracking
ing tracking it down and we hope to ma1
the culprits very soon."

The leaflets are sent to Ameri

can addresses apparently ipicKefl

at random rom ttie leleplione

book. Some exhort Americans to

revolt against "aggressive plans

of the Pentagon. One leaflet-re

ceived recently said, "the Rus Russians
sians Russians nave weapons of great-destructive
power and war with

them can only result in mutual

annihilation."

The leaflets arc signed by the
'executive committee of Ameri

can military personnel m r.urope

against war."

ficials for -flights on, !.guard busi business
ness business within the continental limits
of the country."
The -Ajr Force' said its investi investigation,
gation, investigation, disclosed that the C47
transport was misused a total of
29 hours and 50 minutes and the
('45 for a total of 12 hours and
55 minutes.

It said its bill was based on the

rates used to compute charges

lor use, of -Air -Force planes on

special mission

In

Jeff Kline 3rd

Robin Morland of Brazos Brook
defeated Leo Dehlingsr cf Panama
in- a sudden death playoff this
morning to win the Isthmian Jun Junior,
ior, Junior, Golf Championship. Bath boys
completed the 54-hele tourney with
identical scores of 228.
In the on hole tuddtn death
Dohlinfltr hit for bogit while
Morland carded a par to cof. tho
Victory. :
Jeff Kline of Panama finished
ttjirT with a 234, and Willie Engel Engel-ke
ke Engel-ke was fourth with a 242.
The top four boys will receive
trips to the States to Compete .In
National Jaycep Golf tournament
at Portsmouth, Virginia Aug. 22 22-29.
29. 22-29. The trips to Miami have been
donated by APA airways and va

rious Panama businessmen have

contributed to defray the expenses

of the boys to Portsmouth.

In the 36-hole tourney for iiovs
from lff-13 Tpmmy Perantie- of
Balboa took top honors with a
flashy 178. He was followed bv
Craig' Stoudner of Balboa wiii a
16, and Sam Scnbner also of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa with a 190.
In the ;. 9-hole competition for

boys 9 years old and under. Tom

McLane scored an easy victory
with, a phenomenal 58. Seeond
place and third honors were shaved
Ijy brothers Mickey and Carl Kao Kao-Ian
Ian Kao-Ian who carded scores of 71 and S3
respectively.
This year's toornimont was en
f the most successful In th

tourney's history with 70 boys
oarticlDatina.

A roundup of the top scorers fol

lows: -'

1417 yrs. old
1. Robin Morland 77 '72 79
(winner in playoff)1.:
t. I.eo Dehlinger 7 73 77

3. Jeff Kline
4.. Willie Engelke

Meet In Paris

. 8
VVASHINGTON, Aug. B (UPI) President Eisenhower
plans io meet' with top officials of the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization Paris in early September, the White House
announced' today
News secretary James C. Hagerty said the President
will discuss with Nato leaders "important aspects of the
current world situation of concern to the North Atlantic
Treay Organization." v
The meeting,' which apparently will take place about
Sept. 4,will be With Joseph M. A. H. Luns, Netherlands
foreign rhlnister and president of the North Atlantic coun.
cil, and Paul Henry Spaak, secretary.general of Nato.
HageVty a short time later announced that Eisenhower
would meet with Italian President Cuiseppe Segni "in order
to have discussions of current world problems which are
of mutual interest."

Mill fary Construction Bill
Slashed By House Corhmitteii

1

nnuwiuH lurjj u ureiy io me shift of the gentrr

uue Approynauoas tsmmiuw, ana JUiaSS space program I frnm
accuswg the jrmed torcU otlthe Air Force to the AdvaneV
"piecemeal and short-range plan Ktsearch Projects A
ning," slashed 18 per cent trom (ARPA) under th defense irr.
President Eisenhower's request tary. uene ecrev

ior miliary construction lunas io-; ine 10 proposed hosnil.l tkp'

which funds were denied woul
have been located at Grand Fprkff

day.

ihe

committee approved a bill I

7X 80 77
Si il 76

228

228

234

242

10-1) yrs. old

1. Tommy Perantie" 178

2. Craig Stoudner 186
3. Sam Scrlbner t 100

yrs. old and undor

1. Tom McLane, .. 38
1. Mickey Kaplaa 71

S. Carl Kaplan 'ri 93

The announcement noted also
the previously-announced official
ui'eii ht Speni will nav to the

United States beginning Sept. 30

It "said Eisenhower would nave
further conversaitons with Segni at
that time.

Hagorty said hot ha mw
jt or tho Prosidont to ,rtum to
Washington "from his round of
cenfrncoi in Europe prior to
Si vifi Premier Nikit S, Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's visit her Sept. IS.
Tho nnouncmhfs today plus
othr expected ltr. would ap ap-pa.
pa. ap-pa. to stretch his f SV
possibly vntil at ln.t Spt. 5 or 4.
The: meeting with the NATO of

ficials means, in effect, mat uw
request from some NATO countiv
heads for a summit meeting of all

treaty organization nations na
been rejected.
Such, a meeting had alreadv been
vp)nri in Paris bv De Gaulle.

1 . r il. XI AT1

The announeemems oi me

and Italian cbnrerences were ex expected
pected expected to be followed by one on the

PreeiJnnt'K n an to meei wiih

West German -Chancellor Kor.rad'
Adenauer. ,
Tho Whit Hou said Eisn Eisn-howir'i
howir'i Eisn-howir'i first stp on his Euro European
pean European trip would1 b London tor
confrncs with British Prim
Minister Harold Macmillan.
He will spend several days there
before arriving in Paris Sept. 2 for
talks with French P r e s l d ent
Charles- de Gaulle.

to appropriate $1,285,012,700 for1 Air force Basp N h ck-T.;.-X

military ouilaing in the fiscal; Air Force Base, Tex.-' ChntoS

year uiai Degan juiy i. ine loiai Lounly Air Foree Base Ohi
was S278.187 .300 Delbw the amount Cwh-d. i, v o'l

' . 1 U1LC DMr

recommended by the President.
In its report on the measure,
the committee sharply rebuked

Clark

Calif Z.

Air Force Ras Phiiin.i.T

Carlisle Barracks.. Pa

Alr.r

Fort EusJ

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When the Presidnet announced
earlier this week that Khrush-hev
would visit the United States next

month and that he would visit Rus-

sia later in tne ran, ne saic ne
would first confer with the heads

of other allied governments.

A White House announcement
vesterday said the President was

looking forward to discussing

"questions ef common interest"
and "important asnects of the cur current
rent current world situation" with De
Gairlle and Macmillan.
Th travel schdu was mad
public just bfor th Prsidnt
hdd for his Gettysburg, Pa.,
farm for an extndd vacation to
rst up and orcpar for tho busy
wtcks ahead.
WH' House associates said thp
President seemed to be in good
ohysical shape and zestful over the
forthcoming meetings with Khrush Khrushchev.'
chev.' Khrushchev.' It also was reported that Mrs.
Eisenhower has not yet dcidd
whether she will acef mpany hr
husband to. Eurono or on his later

trip to Russia. That decision, it

was said, would iiKiy n ma
at th Gettysburg farm.
Before leaving for the farm. Eis

enhower and the Cabinet heard
Vice President Richard M. Nixon

and Secretary of State Christian
A. Herter give their first-hand ac accounts
counts accounts of dealing with the Russians.

The White House said the trips

to London and Paris were nromot-

ed bv invitations from Macmillan
nd Tie Gaulle. Tt said De Gaulle

asked Kisenhower to pav an infor

mal visit to Farnce last Mav.

The Western Allies held strategy

mpetines and conferences yester

dav designed to uphold their inter

ests in the Kisenhower Khrushchev
echange visits.

Th United Stats was workinp
to avoid rufflinxg th flinqs of
sensitive statesmen, oarticularlv
In th countries which wr not

scheduled to b a mity to Prs Prs-idnt
idnt Prs-idnt Eisnhowr's round of
Vnttt'lnos in Europe.
Most West European statesmen

hoped for a chance to see Eisen

hower when he travels to i.onnon
Aug. 28 and to Paris on Sept. 2.

' West German foreign minister
Heinrich Von Brentano. home from
the adjourned Geneva foreign min ministers
isters ministers conference, began briefing
government officials and tiarlia tiarlia-ment
ment tiarlia-ment leaders in Bonn on the Berlin
deadlock.
"h said th conference was val val-.
. val-. uabl in that it helped th Wast
to strengthen its unity and deter determination
mination determination to thwart Soviet designs
on Berlin.
British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd conferred with Macmillan on
the diplomatic situation and the
discussions they will have with
Eisenhower.

ure incuse icalu"c"1 "l:"s. va.; Betftesda, Md., Navat
it called a lack of coordination Hospital, and lhe Naval AirVtS
on mnslructlo manning. It said tH i ,..., aiu

r.....u ;!"" we, .viffl.

ilium icuimiji iu uc uuire 111
this field.
The committee said the depart department
ment department neither gathered "enough in information
formation information nor exercised enough
authority" to compel the individ individ-ual
ual individ-ual services to make full use of
existing facilities or to do away
with unnectssary construction.
"Apparently each service re receives
ceives receives a slice of the melon with

out a realistic comparison being
made between the specific con construction
struction construction requirements of the in individual
dividual individual services," it said.
It cited as one example of
"piecemeal and short range plan planning''
ning'' planning'' the construction of an Air
Force hospital at Evtreuz,

France. It said the facility is now
standing empty because of faulty
predictions- on th nearby troop
population.
The committee also denied the

department's :requesi.,for funds to

build 10 new military hospitals on
grounds that the cost estimates
were far too excessive.

The House will act on the bill
Monday. As approved by the com

mittee, the measure would pro-

vice $777,066,600 for the Air

Foree, $272,564,100 for the Army,

$188,637,000 tor tne wavy,

VISITING SCOUTS Tlie art of transforming an alligator skin Into a handbag captures the

Interest of a group ef Scouts who were among more than 100 Sea Scouts and Explorers who
visited Panama and; the. Canal Zone yesterday. The young visitor and their leaders, guest
of the Army and Navy, are shown watching a jc raftsman at the alligator farm in Panama City,
where1 they also toured 014 Panama and shopped along Central Avenue.

$46,745,000 for the office of the de

tense secretary.
These figures represented cuts
of $137.-,933,40G for the Air Force,
$99,435,000 for the Army and $64,
363.000 lor the Navy.

Funds, for the defense secre secretary's
tary's secretary's office were increased by
$23,545,000. The boost was due en-

Junious Bolin Dies h
Suddenly At Gorgasl
Was PC Electrician s

Junious L. Bolin, 51 year uld
American employed with the locki-t'
division, died in the Gorgas Hosptp
tal emergenev rnnm lace fk.n ..:;;';

nour aner nis arrival. -m
Mr. Bolin, who left Panama C1-
nal Company service in 1951, rT
turned here last month and on Jjgr;
ly 22 was re-employed as an elee
trician by the locks division. ZZ.
He was temporarily living with"
his brother-in-law, R. C. T.-iu,
Curundu. Taul told authorities that
about 2 a.m. this morning Mr' Bt
lin complained of severe pains mv
his chest, back and letf arm. TatC
rushed Bolin to Gorgas, where hw
was exammed and he was awaitinfii'
admission, when he died suddenly"; t
Mr. Bolin, who h,ad no prior ht--
'ory of serious illness, was born.Sfi':

and Kendrick, Fla. He is survived her
, hv hie niif. U.... W J

Raging Storm Brings
Death, Destruction
To Formosa. Janan

TOKYO, Aug. 8 (UPD Raging
troDieal storms in the Far East

have left hundreds dead and ad additional
ditional additional hundreds missing today.
The worst rainstorm in 60 years
hit centra! Formosa yesterday.
Today, reports from th area
said nearly 100 persons were
drowned in flash floods and hund hundreds
reds hundreds more were missing.

Further north, in the islands of

southern Japan, typhoon Ellen

soread death and destruction

Seventeen persons were reported

dead or missing.

A landslide triggered by the

typhoon roared down on a farm

er's house early today, killing
seven of its eight occupants.,
Two persons ; were known dead
and three were missing elsewhere
in southern Japan.

by his wife, Mary Edna.

Weather Or Not

This weather rennrt for th'aj

hours ending t a.m. today It

prepared by the Meteoroloeieal

and Hydrographlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE :

High
Low ..
HUMIDITY!
High
Low

M
7S
93
84

WIND:
(max. mph) NVV-H
RAIN (inches) T
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81

. 3 ;
v-
. 9S
sr
N-15
.M;
I JW '4

Little League

SHIP VISIT PLANNED

LONDON (UPD The nuclear-

powered U.S. submarine Skipjack
will pay an Informal four day
visit to the base at Portland on
Aug. 14, Navy officials announce
vstrdav. The" new -j tear-shaned

sub will be dn its ihakedewit

Tuise. neiore h arrives av, r on on-land,
land, on-land, it will take a group .of Brit
ish defense officials on an tinder-

waier oemonsiration cruiser

Boys 5, Girls 2

Boys ran away with the lead,
by a score of 5 to 2, at Coco So Solo
lo Solo Hospital for the week ending
Aug. 5.

Parents of boys were: Mr. ana
Mrs. Austin Henrique?, of Camp
Bierd; Mr., and Mrs. Ernesto
Trottmen, of Camp Bierd; Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Beatty, Of Co

lon; Sp4 and Mrs. Angel Velas Velasquez,
quez, Velasquez, of Fort .Gulick; and Mr.

and Mrs. Robert Thompson, jr.,
of Coco Solo.
Girls were born to: Sgt. and
Mrs. John De Maio, of Fort Gu Gulick;
lick; Gulick; and to Cpl. -and Mrs. George
Sulsona, of Fort Gulick.
During the period covered in
the report." 67 patients were ad admitted,
mitted, admitted, and 60 patients were dis

charged,- i

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake !3g(t;
Madden Dam 313.23
balboTtides I
SUNDAY, AUG.

High

Tim,
6:48 a.m.
7:07 p.m.
Time
12:38 a.m.
1:04 p.m.

Low

Ht.
1. ft.
15.7 ffc

0.2 tU
0.7 ft.

CENTRAL!

ft. I l-i ;-J iFSe- ,. r ,1 waier oemonsiration cruise.-

ii!5 TODAY'
! ia;t i

! SATURDAY I

frc
VLB

ontmuous SiowswJ

00 4:00 .- 8:00

i The vast vistas stretch the!

lunia, mn tne int.imtB

move th Vi rt

i1: uthentic viewe ofl
the Bible's landscape to the
man living on Main Street, it

Dr. Ralph W. Sockman;
Ohrlsit Churah Mfethod-

isi, ew York:.

LOCKS LOOKER ft A visit to Oatun Locks on Atlantic side was oneofMhe first1 itope for
th. Br.rmijj uiiio rc i)iinsirri nn tupir Isthmian tiur bv the 15th- Naval District ana the

COMING ASHORE Disembarking at Cristobal, the scouts walk down the-gangway of the
MSTS transport Ooehals, which brought them here from New York yesterday. Theye were

pi ine u.a

iiiio.. aa 'r., c.n i m, r a rn i. th iQi.hmin w mm nir inn movies were viecivu un in-iimr or irooD h oi ri uuuck ana uai. t;ecii h mm: comnnimuiii

among other activities arranged for them .before 4hey sailed 'today aboard the,Ooethals for Army Caribbean School, by MaJ. Marvin I. CX Kolte, troop committee: chairman. Tbi acouts
the 10-day trip back to New York. also alept and ate at the, Army pqaU

The'
Supreme
Human

Drama 1 1
Of All?
Time! I

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HE5T0N BRYNNER-.BAXTLfti
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