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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WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (UPI) Merrill Whitman, secretary of the Panama Canal Company, warned today ihat
traffic jama in the Big Ditch may pe recurrent till 1963. f
, Delaya will continue to occur from time to time until improvements on the Canal have been completed, ha
4'BacK in Washington again after a flying trip to the Canal Zone, Whitman said that the June.July crisis whch
'tied ur shipping and forced a seven-day emergency work. week for Canal personnel has been eased.

' Dni-iitlon of two.lane traffic in the Canal has relieved the congestion, he said, I

V' Ha Indicated however, that shipowners stl face the possibility of occasional traffic jams du
year while Canal installations are being improved to accomodate the steadily rising"traffic loads.

A major factor in the crisis just
past was the peak traffic, begin beginning
ning beginning ill mid-June, which included
' awarmf pig new uPet shipa
Even" under normal operating
conditions, the Canal is not yet
feared to handle so 'many large
vessels arriving all at once.
, Whitman could sive no explan explanation
ation explanation for this sodden eoneontra eoneontra-tion
tion eoneontra-tion of ship at tho Canal. In
1 feat, he said It defied analysis analysis-eoming
eoming analysis-eoming at a time when wor d
hipping is in 1umpwih 17
f percent of US tankers now dl
j and over 7,000,1100 f tho world',
i rnrtad idle.

' "Any unexpected concentration
Vofperssnone

rin .result i u j - .,

downs for the next few years
Wsald Whitman. 4V

If Superships w defined nywn.
I Jhorltiess being at least 80 feet
.iH. with tonnage ot at least 30,-

' r.P.orld'..hippln
I lane thoy can bo expected to
I multiply In tbo noar futuro und.r
j tho US tradotand-build merchant
marine program.
Forty-two superships, tankers
ind cargo vessels crowded the
Panama Canal in June
These giants ake at least 12
limirs to go through the Canai,
eraee vessel, Moreover, the eignt
mill GaiUard Cut must be clearea
Z supership transit. The result
JfsU other traffic must back tp,
at either end of the Canal.
y 34 Ships Today
i i ti. continued haavy

v as 34 ocean-going hips
l1r.V.Vp.et.d top. through
rt. wat.rway. Authorlt... ...d
: there were no .upor-carr.er.
' pected, but 16 .hip. will be north north-Eound
Eound north-Eound ond 18 .hip. .outhbound
' during tho operational period.

Present plans call for the Cut to

be widened from 300 tq 500 feet

and its channel deepened, enabling
large ships to pass in the Cut.

. Half-fmi.hed now, the work I.
progressing at the rate of one
mile a year but i. not due to be
completed for several year..
Though; Whitman said the tempo

miPht he sneeded ud a bit. he ex

nininpri that it cannot be increased

very much for fear of interrupting

the flow of traffic.
For several years to come,
therefore,, the Cut will remain a
potential bottleneck unless some
way can be found for timing and
spacing ship arrivals.

M 1

Since no formula ha eve boo

discovered for controlling pre
dieting the movement, of "World
.hipping, the co.tly Canal delays
teem likely to b repeated.
One consolation, foe shipowners,
as Whitman pointed out, may be
the fact that Canal toll havs Hot
been raised sines 1336. m i
'. si 4rt':J

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Sea-Level Canal Most Appropriated Answer

To Long-Range Traffic Problems-WcEjljeny

The extension of present Canal excavation, into a sea leyel eanal HJJ-SjE
tion to the waterwav s long range traffic roWems Lt. Gov John Dy MdUhray u1ti H07er
of American Military Engineers last night it trteir monthly dinner Vl JJ? GaSsrd
Present short-range improvement

Cut. mere iniimprowowwinr icuiui?r i-'- :-- j,.
bi;fiat 'WW??1!

MCEinenr siaiea ini jn ms jiivinwn - r ;,; ,.(: v ,-4
l6.!.'1.""-1. .i.f at .Hmlnatlnr erlou traffic tJe-nps W lM would kve

to be started by laoi sinee construction' yuac w o"

If the decision to convert the I the decision to convert will be

made ana avauaDiiuy oi me
billion it is now estimated con

version WOUld COSt. Mill, MCEil-

heny said, the sooner a sea lev level
el level canal the better and the cheap cheaper.
er. cheaper. McElheny stated he doubted
that iuch nroDO.al. a. im

provement of the preent lock
eanal, construction of 'a third
set of lock., or the terminal
l.l,. nH. wkiiM ease traffic!

problems .re.ulting from the Ii4
mitatiom imDO.ed bv the 111

of tho lock..
By 1971, he stated, traffic tie-

ups may be so severe mat snip

ping companies will no longer
tolerate them.
At present there are 24 com commercial
mercial commercial ships afloat or under
nnnclrnntinn which r tOO larES

ers on ant0 gQ through the Panama Canal
scheduled 1 ...,, i.H. th Lt. Governor

waterway to a sea level. Canal
is made, he said, present excava excavation
tion excavation at Paraiso-Cucaracha Reach

and, that slated shortly at Ms
Cascadas-Basobispo and Empire
Reaches would fit right into the

plans.

The main problems are, wnen

Zone Improvements

Contracts Awarded
To Panama Firms

n

(Z Handicapped
Aid Committee
Gels SEA Thanks

tin Hit f

nf .iatfwsvi for only one

week wht h Is- Iho period estl estl-mated
mated estl-mated a. noM.ary for drain draining
ing draining Getim Lake.
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Conversio would also do away

with ' tho sometimes delicate

problem of" waiter supply and li-

imiteo' capsoiiy connected wun

th loclc type canal, McElheny

stated,
i He' said ft is now thought that
not even' s tidal lock would be
required ip a sea-level project
and the waterway would have al almost
most almost "tmlimited capacity with
ships going thr6ugh in "follow
the leader" fashion.

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Second
Refund;

CZer Gets
Skeptics
IN I ml I

hi- .W UOUDUU

knttciDation IcdntinueH moiintinn frirlnv in tk CunnX

Zone that housef oilers might be entitled to substantial
tax refunds basei on rent deductions as a second Zonian

reported receipt cf s 1 30 check in refund for 1958 taxes.

rrestonM. fnm jr., a trattic controller with tht
Marine Divi$!ortlbecame the second taxpayer from the
Zone to claim O deduction for "captive tenancy" and ac

tually to receive 0 refund based on such a claim.
Yesterday the first such rnse wnt rfnnrfl Kv I

Corrigan'a falboa ommissary inspector.

nvwf i wuiiiuiii wiiiuiuii swept uiiuugn ine i.onm
like a prairie fiie yesterday. By noon the payroll deduc deduction
tion deduction office reportedly had been deluged with phone calls

asking for certified statements of rent deductior

past three years. )1
Rut whiln nntimisih rai hiffrt over

possible refunds that might reach

siouutor some, were were sun
some observers who continued
skeptical that th Cotjrigan and
Trim refunds weife conclusive of a

tax department ruling M the mat matter.
ter. matter. j
One of he observers pcinted

out th follow!, n rrvstionsv

Auctions for the

A special word of thanks was
f.i k t,h Canal Zone

tKK-"Z"Jf airt t the Dhys

r" ii.. k.nri canned today ior

r Li. ,h t.h summer re-

1LS nvip vv
creation program for .handicap-

nea cnuuicu.
vir ouKkonivi -nrpKinent OI

the Special Education Associa Association
tion Association (SEA) noted that the sea
r.JLlr,. a success because

of the work of volunteer worls.!

ers and a contrioution irom

committee.
The committee, a United
Fund agency, had contributed
$500 towards the SEA's sum summer
mer summer program designed to that
children with handicapping
conditions could consider
themselves part of childhood.
i Blerbaum wrote Forrest G
Dusmoor, board chairman of
"the committee, as follows:
" We feel that the complete

i.nress of this program was

due not only to your assistance
and understanding of the needs
of the children, but to the oufc
standing ability and devoted atr-
tentton of its coordinator, Mrs.
'Natalie Griff lng."
! Hs- tlso praised the efforts of
it, number of young volunteer
, i assistants during the six week
cnrl stated:

; "We would be remise not to
!iinrm mn nf the identity of

these, fine, young Canal- Zone
i students lland Athow, Judy
Irtrnvn. Helen coooer. Dorothy

; nrifn. r.111111 Griffin. Anne

'Kafka, Joyce Murdaugh, Betty

Stiles, Nancy Therren and Maiy
Turner. We were also fortunate

to have had mm. uorotny

rthaso tsachine the art of

MPssouale Monaco the wood-

Iworklng craft."

Th Sibauste y Sibauste Compa;

nia- and Constructora Metropoii

tana S.A.. two Panama contract

ing firms, made low offers on an

mnrnvpmpnt nroiect

for a number of Panama Canal

quarters located in avarious U.S.

communities in tne uanai .one.
Bids were opened yesterday in

the Administration Building at

Balboa Heights.

Th rmarters imnrovement nroi

ect; which includes the paving of

patios, construction ot pauo
roofs, sidewalks, walls, and the

installation of new doors. IS be

ing done at, the. xequest -of em

ployes under tne nvammy pro

gram developed througn me co cooperation
operation cooperation of the Civic Councils.

The Sibauste firm maae a low
offer of $56,000 on schedule "A"
which takes in the work tj or.
done on quarters buildings in Los
Rios, Diablo Heights, Balboa
Balboa Heights and Ancon.
A low bid of $17,35104 was
made by Constructora Metropoii -tana
on thi second schedule

which include imorovements to

hp made on auarters located in

Gatun and Margarita.

otner contracting companies

making offers on the project
were the Dillon Construction

flnmnanv. Calvino and ROOU T.

anrt Allen Houx.

The contractors will be given

until June 30,1960 to completd

the worlc included in tne specui
cations.

McElheny's talk will be

sented over CFN-TV this

ning at 7:30.

sfatpH

Added to this number are 60
government-owned ships, includ including
ing including 28 US Navy vessels which
are too big for the present locks.
Among these are the Navy's new
supercarriers.

Intensive study by the Mantora
University Research Institute re

sulted in the prediction tnat ia ia-nal
nal ia-nal traffic will reach a point of

hit shine riailv bv 1975 and 43

bv the vear 2000 During the fis

cal Vear 1959 the Canal handled

an averaee of approximately m

ocean-going, vessels daily.

Prtdiettd figurat have naa to
b werktd out taking Into ac account
count account variations of op to 15
porcsnt ovor predictions to al al-cycloi
cycloi al-cycloi of tconomle boom and
low for poak-day traffic during
Ullu flurtuatinn of 2S ttorcont.

As a result of these predic

tions, the Lt. Governor said it is

almost certain that canacity defi deficits
cits deficits will begin to occur by 1971
during periods of overhaul of the
locks and will become increasing increasingly
ly increasingly larger each year. i
Overhauls during' which one
lane of locks is closed to traffic
occur every five years.
McElhony revtalod that con conversion
version conversion to a soa loval canal
would raquirt closing tho pros-

pre-eve-

Watching W.German

TV Is A Crime

In East Germany

BERLIN, Aug. 11 (UPI) -An
East German eourr, has rul

ed it Is a crime to watch West

German television,
A Communist court In Erfurt
sentenced two defendants in
two different cases to imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment at hard labor for watch watching
ing watching West German television
programs and allowing friends
to watch them, too. Their sen sentences
tences sentences were not disclosed.

TIRED BUT CONTENTED A new wood's record is claimed by
Col. Roland E. SlikerCaribbean Air Command deputy chief of
staff, personnel and administration, for tarpon in the elght-point-test
monofilament line category. Sliker won the battle
.after approximately V hours of disagreement" on the
Cliagres River with the 49a Pund tarpon. The big fish was
taken on a nine foot glass spinning rod, Mitchel 302 reel, and
an artificial lure. CWO Wilmer Robinson held the previous re record
cord record when he landed a 31-pound tarpon in June 1959 on an
eight-pound test line. "When registered," Sliker said, this
fish should be a new record unless others have been registered
in the "past month." (Official USAF Photo)

erv stions:. J tor to; Federal appeals jwwrfc i
an !!HKf''Trim-V; BpvwtTl!f thM.Jntriil Ttnitortt

July Rainfall At Madden Dam Lowest

Since 1899; Twas Also Hot Humid

CN Picks Up 17
On Vag Charges

The National Guard last night

picked up 16 men and one wom woman
an woman sleeping In various city prks.
The were haled before Mayor

Heliodoro Patifio today and sen

tenced to five days in jail forva
grancy. The group is said to con consist
sist consist of alcoholics with no visible
means of support.

Rainfall at Madden Dom during

July :was the lowest it has been

during any July since ioa, ac according
cording according to the monthly weather re

port; issued by the Meteorological

and Hyorograpnic urancn.
Rainfall continued below normal
over the Isthmian watershed last
month- Although the northern part
of Gatun Lake and the Atlantic
Mtrmra tn thp Canal received ap

proximately their normal amounts

of ram tne maaaen L,ane aic wo
kinui normal pxoectaftcy.

The average rainiau reponea

n ronai Zone stations was

in is inches, or 1.68 inches Deiow

normal.

Runoff from the Gatun Gatun

t it. hocin rontimipd below nor-,

ra n j u '

.i fr the sixteenth consecutive

month, the report staien. imrmg
July, the runoff was 39 per cent
below the normal July amount and

the oitrhth lnupst since 1914.

Rnth averaee temnerature ana

relative humidity were above nor

mal riuriniz July. The average

temperature was 80.8 degrees, or

six degrees above normal, ana re relative
lative relative humidity averaged out at
88.9 per cent or an excess of 2.4
per cent. The highest temperature

for the month was 94 degrees, re

ported at Balboa Heights July 6.
The lowest was 71 degrees at Mad Madden
den Madden Dam on July 31.

their respective 1 1.V.S inelome- tax
return, and Beither were retroac retroactive
tive retroactive claims"i-'f '

2 Small InromttY ax refund are

normally issued without iinvestiga-

tion of the claims.? lnvesiiRauon,

if any. of small refunds is general generally
ly generally made after issuance of the
,3. Tochnleally Speaking, only a
handful of Canal 2n mployoi
can be elosod if rcastiva ton-

ants," and of that handful only

ont. District Court FJudga Gutn Gutn-ria
ria Gutn-ria F. Crowe'; ts aetaallyi rtquirod
by US Fodoral law (to lvt with within
in within tht Canst Zone. J "J
The long controversy 0ver rent-

deduction stems froim prevailing

belief here hat CanI Zone worx-

ers have no free choice ft nousing
but must occupy Zone quarters.
But skeptics say t' u is not so,
since nearly ll emplbyei are free
to establish residency ill Panams
and rent of purchase. property
Ihora 4 A

The largeit group Imping to gain
,i fn tY' rhates is the en

tire Canal Zone police fdrce. Offi

cials of the policeman"! tmion nave
oi-oaHv nroared four-page sup

porting document to accompany re

troactive claims. j j
Polica tpokosmon ay ominl.
tratlvt policy for 49 yar has
rulad police officer; Wit live
within tht JEone, slthougji uch

rtsidtneo If not rtquirod by law.
Polica citt only ont txtaptio to
this policy In more than 30 years
Thfr miMtinn nf rant.rinrliirlinn

gained renewed interest last Mir

when Veteran's Administration

doctor listed such a deduction, hadv
it thrown out by the Internal RevS
. j .ij jt. j.

enue vmice, ana tfien iook me mac7

TtiriBflt1'

ruling, the court held that since the
doctor's- appointment hinged on sc
eeptance of housing within the hos hospital
pital hospital grounds, he occupied the
quarters for hisemp)oyer' con

venience.

In reporting the case en Way 27
th Wall Street Journal 'said: "The
(Infernaf Revenue) Service hal
now decided to go along with the
Appeals Court in disposing of find finding
ing finding claims based on similar facts
and to erase the particular rule
i- i- i. : i l j ij

on wnicn ii oriKinaiiv Da sea jib

case,"
But dtspitt this contontion none
of thrtt known rotroactivo claims
from tht Canal Zona have ytt

bttn approvtd or disapproved.
Still, the overwhelming majori

ty of Canal Comnanv emnlnvet

were optimistically and feverishly

computing poienuai winaiaus to

day while rusning to complete re required
quired required supporting documents for

retroactive- rebate claims.

Esti mates of posfjWe refunds
ranged from about MM to nearly

$1000.

Two Of Car-Bus Crash Vicll: Still

Critical, Driver Is Out Of Hernial

Edgerton Here
mC Gen. Glen E. Edgerton.

USA fret.) arrived by plane
from' the United Stairs '"st
night, to spend several days on
the'fsthmus.
Edgerton, former governor of
the Canal Zone, is a member
of the Panama Canal Compa Company's
ny's Company's board of directors.

Boisterous Behan Fumes Over Docs Wagon-Bumping Dose

Two of the six students of
the Liceo de Senoritas Hign
School who were injured a weeK
ago Monday in a highway ac accident
cident accident were still on the critical critically
ly critically 111 lift today.
The two are ldentifieds as
Flor Maria Cardales and Inez
TT1 nl'Q7

Isolda Selgllanl, who was
fv.o omnii nerman car

involved in the collision wa re released
leased released from the Santo Tornas
Hospital Saturday but is still
receiving outpatient treaiment.

Magician To Top
Summer Program
This Thursday

ntTRUN. Alio. 11 (UP)

Pluvrisht Brendan Behan. who re

cently climaxed a drinking spree
by being jailed in- London, awore
today he was on the wagon on doc

tor's orders.
Then he poured himself a gen generous
erous generous portion of Irish whisky and
downed it.

"I'm off this stuff, you snow,
fiuhsn ririnllnff ... -"I've had

three sessions itf liospital and the

doctors- tells me rs Kiiimg,me.;
Well then, ho mis asked, what

was he doing witjj tht bottle of
whisky? 2' TJ

"Oh, this?" he answered. "Well
I wm t a nartv until' 5 a.m. and

Ttehon warn in m mpllnW mOOd

mH hm aav hl view nn lUCh tOO-

ics ss sctor Robert Mitchum's re recent
cent recent bvawl In a Dublin pub, his
own brother't writing ability, and

the "oats no sens ot nign socie

ty.

with in autograph hound. The ac-

tor receivea S Dicx eye, dui omer
tm.Mm nf Aha hridil wore ohnriired

ijsciadictory: stories of what

"Mittnumfcoulrfiisve killed the

guy,; Bchart said, wsnd he was en

uuvu iw tit r r t I

Behan, whd slso collected a macs

nment1 fnur-Hav hinpp in London

in which he wound up in the drunk

tank, did not think mucn of jmcn jmcn-um's
um's jmcn-um's use of the English language".

"is that airrs. ne asxen wnen
told what Mitchum tad written th
the aggressive autograph seeker's

hnnlrivir tne Klonntiire Mr

Douglas." "I thought it was some

thing bad," Behan said. Mjtcnum s
inscription was unprintable.

The' nlavwritrht: whose "The

Host a ?e" is a hit in London. shfUg

obH nff a new nlav hv his hrolher.

Dominic, which will open here this
week. ' "' ;'. ''' '"

"I h.von'f read it." he said. '"All

hraokf&rl with me. but I don't like

being bracketed with him."

Behalf was quick to maxe n
rUar thh nartv at Which he had

celebrated so much last night had

nothing to do with tne lasmoname
soirees connected with Dublin's
juat-coriiuded horse show week.

,J'A festival of oats ana sens,
that's what it was. said the hulk

ing Behan. "You wouldn't meet an
Truman ihpre I think however.

that everyone should be subjected

to it at least once in a nietime.
Rphan. couldn't help being "sub

lontprt" tn the horse show fettivi

ties. Heilives just across me siren

from" the,, grounds where tney weie

o the wood- I was at a nartv until'5 am, ar.nr Benan, wnfl also couccteq a Diaca v naven i iju ire ?
.o the wood j V & k St clire Wmf.wley Itf'Mi. liteat escapade a mon-1 r know is that pomiaieiki id pejheld,
A'r-y:':": v.':.; r''i' ';"v- '"'-- '-";"- :-"'

mi. in w tYiaair in the air

at the Balboa gym Thursday after

noon at 3 wnen uv ".

great magician" appears in u.
z j i:.i nf ihp six weeks

United Fund summer recreation

program at Ancon ann
All children between the ages of

6 and 16, who a tena i.anai -mw,

schools, are invited to auena.
Thp Tiast six weeks have been
v r thp children who

iLmnioH in this program. The

Ifttl IK111 ...
tivilics. wnion in

nrnornm of activities, wnun in

i... ,i en imiiriv' howling, arts

nii praft. and woodworking, also

featured, a pel show and a picnic

at Summit Gardens.

The others Natalii? Velsro,
Aurara Arabic and OsHis Ferre
remain under thej careful
scrutinlty Of hospital's; doctors
and are btill not able to take
cr.'iH nnur Jiment. ,i' '-I

'viedical tDlnlou is tfeat they

will be in the hospital jor more
thr,r a r-,dnth.'

Tht six fcirls'were' ttdint! .in
on : .'ltomobile thev had bor

rowed from a fe'Uuv student to

l.ick up some nrxsicai ins.ru-

racnir at Juan u :;. iney writ
returning along the Tians Tians-loihmttin
loihmttin Tians-loihmttin Hichwav when the

cmashpH into the side of

a bush which had turned left
at the Intersection of the Mira-rw.i-nc
Hpvplnnment.

Police said the .girls had
fniiprt tn slow down and the

bus driver had not pbgerved the
proper caution in. making a left
turn. The girls were estimated
to have been going at bout 50

. .,

Last wee parents oi me b"'"

and teachers at tne Liceo ex-

naoea HlQl-llPQSIirP HVPT I fit

nKiii.itt, ilupn tn t.np accident.

claiming that a recent accident

Involving giru irom prommeia

families was not ever puDiisn
ed.
tv,p oirla involved In the un

iM.KiiohPri nreldent rfprred to

I niez. Sandra Lie! a

trmn fionzalez. Maruauei Boyd

mH siena Garcia de Paretics

This accident occured on Juiy

24.

CZ Bus Employes

Appeal To Donovan
For Help In Dispule
Employes of Oursam
Singh Gill's Canal Zone Bus
Service Co. today appealed to
Henrv L. Donovan, chief of the

Panama Canal's Civil Affairs
Bureau, to "help us defend our
human rights."
In a letter to Donovan, 'who
returned to the Isthmus yester yesterday
day yesterday following a trio to Europe
Jorge Melenaez, president of tilt
union formed by Gill's Jbui
checkers, said:
"We want to be paid by tht

hour. We want one day on a

week. We want the company

to pay us for overtime, holi holidays
days holidays and Sundays. We wan
adequate insurance. We want
a contract of employments" -Donovan
mediated a conflict
between Gill and his bus chauf
fours snmp time ana and was

instrumental In getting bolls
sides a contract which fort fort-stalled
stalled fort-stalled a strike.
He Is expected by both Gill

and the checkers, who struc

recently but finally went bae

to work with a 10 percent in

crease, to negotiate a similar

contract. However, some sourcw
are of the opinion that Donovan
will do his best to stay put Of
tht matter.

In the letter, Me:enaes corn

plained that they work aev

days a wees: ana omy
days off a month They lse

claim tney wor wv,.n
hours a day, "and sometime
22 hours" for the same salarj
$2.50 to $3 a day.
Melendez also accused GUri
company of failing to comply
with Article 4 of the bus fran
chlse with regard to pay rata
and the hiring of his employe

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Ihree cheer to The I'fnama American for
affair anrl three cheers

leaders of the Civil Councils for finally 'taking in-aggressive stand

agsinst the bureaucratic administration that wanJs to close me profit-making
Diablo Commissary even though it Wotil4 aeriously incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience that entire community. ; j-
Congratulations Civic Councils! The old Sprit of '76 is bring re revived
vived revived for the same old causes -'Taxation without .representation
and no voice in community affairs." i
If the officials responsible for this dciion Vert to take a mo motor
tor motor trip through anv section of th? USA they mf&i find that many
communities much smaller than Diablo hivi it least one chain gro grocery
cery grocery store, and sometimes more, in addition to independence. Such
a trip might change the officials' presendecijpn.; Woe be if for
those Diablo Heights people that don't have) utOtmles at their beck

ana can io arive iu me nmma t.-j

headlining Sunday

to the courageous

id call to drive to the Balboa Commissary.- f I :'
Now that the Civic Councils have suddenly trjmo It life why don t
y quest'or. the entire commissary operation f torn 11 itandpom.s.

iff Big

th

Ufita ira a few tine

i. chnl.ii rnai 7nnp porniinirrs Dav for thfl Willi salary execu

tives of the Commissary and Supply DivUion r, spend, a consider considerable
able considerable amount of th'.ir time soliciting cargo from Panama enterprises
and merchants for the Panama Line and Panaris, Railroad? Trans Transferring
ferring Transferring their salaries to either the Panama Line M Panama Railroad
would save the Commissary a minimum of $25,000 annually.
2Cherk their present purchase practice and handling methods
and then compsre them with those of th US Atmy. Find out why
the Armv maintains low consumer costs fotf pmiium brands, choice
meats, fresh fruits and vegetables. This diU w-iU furnhh ammunition
for the next Town Meeting. ..
C.eorg WaaWnftwi'i Spirit.

TENNIS, ANYONlt

Sir:

en.n. .knniri tll the "snorts" announcer! W CFN-i v mat rne

name of the place where the tennis match, are plkyed is Wimbledon,
not Wimbleton. ',..'
i 1 Llstanar

Sir:

I am a lnral tennis fan. and 1 occaaionajy onlov readine
news concerning the outcome of some of tht mior tournament5,
to the States and on the International aoene,.'
T Your tennis coverage and that of yonr warthy competitor
the morning Star & Herald Is unmatched thatiis, lor coveiaee
01 the preliminaries and quarterfinals and tyen pit occasion the
But it is Indeed a rare day when eithef' Of local English
language papers carry a story on the flcat outcoait of a nialor
tournament. ''" r
Maybe this is to prevent disappointment wne) ones favor favorite
ite favorite loses. The vid fan can merely lrAaa:fne thaV hla favorite
triumphed without knowing th painful tjuth that'he was blast blast-d
d blast-d off the court one, three and love. f
If for some reason it is impossible for yen to tfrfnt the final
outcome these tourneys on your sporta page, o If this is a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst editorial policy, please drop thi teaieri.' t
f, --Tannis Fan.
. 'V
' J (FOR JAZZ) STRJET
' H i' 5
.
Considering mvself somewhat an enthusiast Iof America s on only
ly only original contribution to the arts jaz I often take the risk,
according to my Canal Zone neighbors, of Iteming Into some of
the nlaces not frequented by the averagt Zonian.
So it was that I discovered last weekend that, there is a
comuo wnicTi puts out some mightv good' J fat tht Bartenders
Club on the corner of J Street. One of '. th members of the
combo is said to be a professor and, he cerUljply plays like one.
although I heard a fellow musician acauat ilm of beine "too
progressive." Another is a "drlvin' bait '.-WW called Drakes
who seems to supply the spirit that is captuted by the rest of
the group and coveyed to the dancers tnd listeners like my my-lelf
lelf my-lelf J
Sitting at the bar with another intrepid? ipul like myself I
first heard the group take one of the popular American stand standards
ards standards and give it a Latin flavor later go Into some eood azz.
tnodified rock 'n' roll and real danceabW Cha-chfc-Cha.
I During the hour or so that I remained there. I enioyed a
real pleasant interlude. I plan to c" back: fiet week. anl I hone
to seek more of mv Zone friends 1 t usually) ay they like good
lazz, brut can't find in on the Isth.nus. ',.
Jau Xover.
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CxUSTINES, BAEZA AND CONRADO -.

Labor News
And
Comments

y VICTOR RIISIL
Somewhere On the Natal
Coast, Cnion of South Africa An
international Ku Klux Kian, ui ui-mg
mg ui-mg uie snie grim name and
initials, r.as sprung up.
1 lounit ii atler weeks of track tracking
ing tracking down reports that a hooded
Lici.u as .'hl i onifc ir the uusa
coil., i.' il .Udu ,ip rao.tional
" inwn an'1 oeakcri head
ing, though it does not yet ridt
It is anti-Catholic. It is racist.
It is part of a cetwork of the
secret societies literally uofkiiig

underground to develon a mas'er
white race of Boer South Afri Africans.
cans. Africans. This Boer or "Atrikaana"
secret society, known as "Rui
t?rwag." also is dedicated to fight fighting
ing fighting Roman Catholicism
j Membership in both group ii
i intermingled, though both socie socie-'
' socie-' ties of the night have not official official-'
' official-' ly joined forces.
I Firs, news of the Ku K I u x
Klan meeting in the Southern
I bush country came oul of Cape

town late last winter. There were
reports of hooded men lifting a a-round
round a-round big burning crosses. They
discussed the spreading of litera literature..
ture.. literature.. These pieces have been read
to me. They sound like anything
out of a Mavern meeting in the
midwest back in th twentiei.
They're brutal.
after considerable inquiry in
Johannesburg I discovered that
there had been a meeting of some something
thing something called the South African
Bureau of Racial Aflairs SA SA-BRA
BRA SA-BRA some two months ago,
during which some of the most
important government braintrus braintrus-ters
ters braintrus-ters had warned non-Boer whites
and a number of international'y
known Africans of the coming of
the KuKlux Klan.
This was not a friendly warn warning.
ing. warning. It was a threat. And a threat
from SABRA is all-important in
this tense complex land, with
mammoth racal problems. SA SABRA,
BRA, SABRA, though a private organiza organization,
tion, organization, is the institulion on which
the government depends for the
development of philosophical con concepts
cepts concepts and plans for the absolutely
complete segregation of some 9, 9,-00.00
00.00 9,-00.00 natives in special reserv?s.
This wou'd leave vast areas
completely white. A warning from
SABRA virtually has the stamp of
supreme authorily.
Persistent inquiries finally led
this reporter to one of the great
Zulu chiefs. He was educated
in an American missionary coll college.
ege. college. He had be-n at Ihe SABRA
conference six weeks ago. I
drove up the coast to a little
village. Then I waited. Soon he

Icame alongJ, intror-uced"xmy-

si-ii ana; wBMaiiwa m me sabra
session,' He 'described it as a
gathering of men of aP grouos,
includign those of tre Zulu peo people.
ple. people. There were other Bantus.
All were eager to avoid the

rioting, burnin?, and wild big

tanns norrowen from the Army.
The SABRA session was told by
the moderate nttive lead rs
that the Bantu (Africans) would
turn to the eyt-emjs', jf ne m0.
derates could not doliver

rights to thm. Discrediting of

me moderates, like my friend the
Zulu chief, would mean new pres pressures
sures pressures new tensions new un uncontrollable
controllable uncontrollable leaders eventually.
S A B R A's intellctuals asked
just what solution 'u- moderates
sought. The aus'rr- "'u naid In
his deep bass voice in cultured
Knglish that they wm'ed poll poll-tics!
tics! poll-tics! rights such as voting. A
SABRA spokesman replied with
no personal animosily but with
the certainty of gna strength:
"We will n-ver share power
with you. And if you persist, a
Ku Klux Klan wi'l soring up
Many at the SABRA session

Bir:

Don't Go Too Far Away

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

I have noticed a marked toning down on the- prt of vour
turf writer Conrado Sargeant Jn his enthusiasm, over the snc snc-cessas
cessas snc-cessas of his favorite President Remon1 raetick Jockey Braullo
Baeza, and also a belated tendency by the same writer to give
praise and prominence, when it's due to another outstanding
rider, Paoito Gustines.
Could it be that Conrrt'o has at last succumbed to the criti criticism
cism criticism of several Mail Box contributors, not to mention the horde
of verbal dissenters, who were convinced that your capable sports
edn- was not giving Gustines a square deal in his writings?
I have always considered Sargeant's reporting of turf activi activities
ties activities as an overall good lob, but I was frequently burned up when
he gave Baeza big plavups for practically every race he won.
yet Invariably managed to overlook Paplto's excellent rldlne
I felt it was not fair to Gustines and his followers and that
this practice was a stain on Conrado's otherwise good turf cov-
erBRecently Gustines has been given his lust auota of promi prominence
nence prominence in the sports pages of The Panama Amerlcaiw-especlallv
With pictures and headlines and Sargeant has not failed to
laud the youngster whenever he has merited it.
, I think I can speak for the many readers of the paper who are
Gustines fans when I say that we appreciate the fact that Con Conrado
rado Conrado has wised up.
May he accept this as a token of our thanks.
Papito a Pal.

PANAMA AMERICAN

CAIS FILL YOUR HEEDS.

Tomorrow's Headlin Today:

What's this about TV's Murrow
being romissioned as a full

Commander in the Navy? Didn't

ha secretely take a physical at

90 Church St? What about his

service on the advisory council

of the University of Moscow in

the '30s?

The .Mortimer -The Merrier (So (So-why
why (So-why be sad?): Stripper Rita

Grable, who played the femme
lead in the- national company of

"Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter,"
having success with record-

star Jerry Vale. They wed next
month. .Was that model-agency
mgr. Diane Kirby with Errol
Flynn tt the Penthouse Club?,
French ppers.'hinjing ebout, (

bust-up in the. Bardot menaiavjf

already!. .Ronnie Burns, who
used to like Jill Corey now likes
Leslie Crane who used to like Aly
Khan, who likes 'em all. .Julie
Wilson deep in confab with her
manager and discoverer, Barron
Po'an, al Julius Monk's Down Downstairs
stairs Downstairs about her forthcoming
marriage to designer Mr. Mort,

which was only natural because

Polan is not only her manager

hut also her former husband. .

Lance Reventlow is about as

close to marrying actress Jill St.

John as Khrushchev is to Nixon..
Will- the Debbie Reymolds-Rob
Neal engagement be announced
this week? (G e o r f erDeWitt
thinks no: because "Bob nd Deb Debbie"
bie" Debbie" isn't euphonious.). .Arthur
Loew Jr. concentrating on Debbie
Power of "Middle of the Nisht"
but she also dates Mac Krim,
Kim Novak's discard. .Liz Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Eddie Fisher moved in

to the luxurious Harlequin suite of

London's Dorchester, which she
and Mike Todd used in 1957 and
lent to Eddie and Debbie when
they visited London that year.
Nice and cory at that!

show despite the gossip. (I be

lieve him.):. Variety's Las Ve

gas correspondent naively reports
that Jimmy Shigeta, star of Bill
Miller's "Holiday in Japan" at the
New Frontier, "speaks perfect
English." Well, he ought to. He
is American-born in Hawaii, gra graduated
duated graduated from 'the University of
Hawaii with my. Ann and was
teamed in Hollywood and New

York .undeif ,the, name of Claude

anon with ; classmate Charles
Davis, now also a star. Incident Incidentally,
ally, Incidentally, didn't Bill lift .the' idea of
bringing this show from Japan
from this department without
credit, natch. May not be able to
bring it to New York if the legal
ban against him (which shutter shuttered
ed shuttered his Riviera on B way) still
stands . Curia oies are. sur

rounded by dofcghjtfiTmtJse? )

u. .My item about the-topecret
missile base 2 miles from New New-burgh
burgh New-burgh (Storm Kirif Mt.). started a
"riot" in the area and on Wall
St. (U. S. sinking 100 million into
it.). .According to Bill Shipley,

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up on inr lnsieimrni plan.

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More of the Merrier: Jackie
Cleason asserts he was never ap approached
proached approached to do the Ed Murrow

morrow her flami will ba Swiss
millionaire Felix Fostel. .To .Today's
day's .Today's Martha Hyer Kern: Harry
(ex Mr. Marie McDonald) Karl..
Try a Brigitte Bardot cocktail:
Two drinks and you throw in the
towel.

Cuba (But is it libre?): There's
a steady stream of New York
"models" and "show girls" fly flying
ing flying to Havana to entertain Fidel
Castro. .Five years ago his
brother Raul, the brains, pulled a
gun and threatened to kill Fidel.
Fidel has been taking orders
since. Raul, a smart, ruthless horn
bre, knows that Fidel, is an effec effective
tive effective rabble-rouser. That's what
he's used for. as a front while Reds

hke.ovir. Fidel, isfjatisiieB if they
flt him'ranf sin(Have (he thinks

he's Hitler) and pay him off with
blood and torture. Intimates say
it's a question which he prefers
the most: Girls or to see some someone
one someone die. Altogether a nice neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor. But still a hero to the "li "liberal"
beral" "liberal" press which fawningly re refers
fers refers to him as "Dr." Castro and
the striped-pantywaists in our
State Dept.

were shocked. The government's

intellectuals shrugged their
shoulders. Their task was not to
find a middle way. Their assign assignment
ment assignment was to develop the philo philosophy
sophy philosophy the government's prac practical
tical practical ac'on in moving millions of
Bantus out of the big cities, set setting
ting setting tbem up in self-sufficent re reserves
serves reserves and settinf up new in industries,
dustries, industries, factories and commerce
at the edge of the native regions
so that trere would be ample la labor
bor labor supplies.
To many In the Union of
South Africa there wes little in
the Ku Klux Klan which came

as a surprise. They were not r

Confidential (But is it per personal?):
sonal?): personal?): Wait until Sinatra gets
a load of the next issue of "Mad."
Will he be m a d!. .Reading the
Steel union's "strike" ads with the
big, glamor photos of prexy Daye
MacDonald, you'd think he was
movie-star instead of a labor
leader. Town's newest 24-hour
restaurant, the swank Brasserie,
oreemingon Aug. 3 is so French
it boats a newstand selling Paris
papers. .Tv's Merv Griffin
wears $200 snakeskin shoes. .
Though Gordon (Tarzan) Scott
and Vera Miles are "officially"
estranged, they still occupy the
same Hollywood manse. .Jack
Durant, wro keeps 'em laughing
at ths Latin Quarter, claims Joe
E. Lewis is the only guy who can
ge; nore out of a case than a
lawyer. (Not some lawyers I
know.). .How true: Glamor

i queens go to men of means.

I've Gol To Write It (But vou
can skin it(: TV singer Andy Wil Williams
liams Williams does his best singing to Bon Bonnie
nie Bonnie Jacobs a Ed Wvnne's ha -y
Harwyn. Frank Young feels
younger with Miriam r"M;s Is Israel
rael Israel 1050") Hadar. Polly Ma Ma-Garo.
Garo. Ma-Garo. Dlayinr "Rose Tattoo" at
the Valley Playhouse, is another
Anna Msgnani. . (Che) Vito
Pisa in Trieste to catch wife Ley Ley-na
na Ley-na Gahrielle't starrer in operetta
there. The E. Mth St. soorano is
Eurone's hottest "find.". .St.
Louis burlesk king Harrv' Wald

la

S a new on whnie eniier

customed to the cross burnic monicker is Justa Dream She'e

or the hooks, nut tney K"ew ine i ,nri until "discovered" as

concept. There are influential

secret societies. Typical is the
Ruiterwag, now preparing for a
which operates through a series
of aecret cells. Each member has
a code number. One of these in
Johannesburg is the Kruger cell.
Thi is named after the great
Boer hero.
Each cell la referred to as a
"Wagposte" English for this is
guard post. They're strung
throughout the four South A A-frican
frican A-frican provinces whi'h make up
the T'nion.
This outfit runs on military
lines. Each guard post has a
leader a "Hofwag. This means
he is the chief guard The Sept.
convention is being referred to
not as a congress or confe conference,
rence, conference, but as a "wagraad." This
literally is a "guard r r u a e i 1."
Each guardpost is linked to a

. "wagposraaa" a council of
guard post. There is a council
of chief guards which is super superceded
ceded superceded only by a supreme pres presidential
idential presidential council. Therse boys
mean business.
They're guarding against more
then the Zulu people, Today
South Africa. Tomwrrow the
world. Now where did I hear
that before

exotic dancer, was a New York
viodel. He parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dream, of Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, and this is no dream.

Rhonda Fleming's current flame

DAILY
MEDITATION

rine WASHIIGTOII
Merry-Go -Round
DRIW Pal ARSON

o

("rstented by tha Departmaht
ibI Christian fdueatlan af the
Episcopal Chureh m the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary DIbcbsb of the Panama
Canal lane.)
COUNTERFEIT COINAGE
"Behold, I have refined yeu
far myself as sllvr; I ha
tried yeu In the furnica af at at-flleHen."
flleHen." at-flleHen." RSV.

Like the Jews of old we have
an inheritance we take for grant granted.
ed. granted. We are called bv the name
of Christian, but often we go
through the motions of the Christ Christians
ians Christians faith without any real ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of what it means. We
too have "come forth out of the
waters of Judah" id baptism. In
confirmation we have confessed
Testis Christ as our Lord.
But what about our daily lives
Do we live hv the Christian faith
in the market place? Do we see
God at work in all the events of
our dailv lives?. There come
times which try our Christian
nrofession. We aTe tested in the
furnace of affliction. Do we have
the faith to use th trial r'ghrly
God has the power to refine us for
His service as silver is refined.
re we willing to offer our lives

to Him to be tried ann purmea

WASHINGTON, Republicans
are too smart to talk about it
openly, but some of them who
look ahead are not happy about
Vice-president Richard M. Nix Nixon's
on's Nixon's barnstorming tour through
the Soviet plus his grand climax
the exchange visit between
Khrushchev and Eisenhower.
Republican senators aren't like

Sen. Tom Dodd of Connecticut, a

Democrat, who spoke out bitterly
against the exchange; but private

ly some who have been Nixon's

staunchest supporters feel exactly

the same way.

The forgave Nixon for being

a staunch Taft Republican and
then switching to Eisenhower,
and they forgave him for moving

more and more to the left.
But now they see the ground

cut right out from under them on

the most important slo.gan the
Republicans used during the past
ten years "The Democrats are
soft on communism."

They remember how effective

this campaign was against Roose

velt in regard to his talks with
Stalin at Yalta. They remember
how effective it was against Har

ry Truman and Dean Acheson in

regard to losing China to com

munism.

And they remember what they

did to Adlai Stevenson with thst

alliterative campaign slogan:

"Communism. Korea, and Cor-

mntion."

But now,' following Nixon's

Grand Tour behind the Iron Cur

tain they won't be able to use this

any more.

Nixon has pulled tre rug out

from under th'se issues complete-

ly, and Republican leaders are

fearful that the Democrats will eo

one step further and turn this

whole business against the Repu

blicans in 1960.

BOOMERANCT
This is why, amid the acclaim

and eclat for Nixon, some GOP
leaders are wondering whether
Nelson Rockefeller, who never

used the Communist issue and
still hasn't visited the Soviet Exhi

bition in New York, wouldn't be
les vulnerable as a candidate.

The Democrat barring Dodd

are being polite about Nixon's

trip now. But wou'd they be po polite,
lite, polite, some Republicans ask, ft) a
camoaign vear? Would they for
get how Nixon, now the great
chamoion of Societ American
friendship was elected to the Sen
ate in California in a bitter bat
tie in which Congresswoman Hel
en Gahagan Douglas was brand branded
ed branded as pro-communist?
Would the Democrats forget
how Nixon was. a headline-hunting
member of the IHouse IJUn-Aifteri-can
Activities Committee long be before
fore before Sen. Joe McCarthy of Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin used this issue to make po political
litical political hay?
Would they be polite about the
fact that Nixon was sold to Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower as vice-president in
1952 as a young running-mate
who had been in the forefront of
blasting Russia?
Would they forget htw Nixon
damned the Democrats in that
1952 campaign for failing to un unleash
leash unleash Chiang Kai-shek and be because
cause because Dean Acheson Once defend
ed Alger Hiss?

Or would the Democrats forget
how Nixon in 1954 campagined a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Senators Murray of Mon

tana, OMahoney of Wyoming,

"nd Crroll of Colorado, two of

them Catholics and one married

to a Catholic, on the ground that

they were pro-communist: and
how Nixon, speaking at Helena,
Mont., had branded as a securi

ty risk Dr. Edward Condon, the
man who had just developed the

no cone for guided missiles'
Nixon has been described as a
vouPff man with a wet finger in

the wind waiting to see which way

tne wind will blow.

And som Republicans who
have sen their partv achieve the
White House after 20 long years

of being on the outside looking in

now ax 4. Utile wary of a man
iio oate uiSwa Atu., oul who
now wins iieaia-ne. s tae gitii
UiiCipit Ut AUaeUan-AlilbiCaa
urieuuinip.
IKE'S GOLF BALL

Timmy, a small brown dog who
makes u. noma w-ui air. and
Mrs. Donala uyier on-me ad of
uie ue,.oouig fcon courte, oegj
in inagfcmg .residential goif ouia

"-"W
He raced after a ball smacked
iy me fie.uent a onaga and
business partner, George Alien. Alien.-Keacniug
Keacniug Alien.-Keacniug u aueau oi uin j-olv-tmv

Alien, lim my snapped it up, iroc iroc-teu
teu iroc-teu io Me nearest land trap and
began burying it.

Allen wis lit to be tied, but th
President chuckled mischievouj-
"He's on my aide." said Tire.

Appreciauvety, he picked up the

vouch ana gave mm a noe on the
presidemu. motor scooter. f
EXPOSED HOFFA

ReD. Clare Hoffman n Mi.

chigan, first Congressman to
tOCUS attention Oil in nniMtinm

of Jimmy Hoffa, may either vota

against ms lellow Kenuhlirn .mi

a tough labor bill or be absent.

After Hoffman pioneered la labor
bor labor reforms, and had served far

years on the House Labor Cora

mittee, Lharlie Halleck, Ike'a
leader in the House tnnt th mi-

labor leadership away from Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman and put it in the hands oi
another Michigander, Robert
Griffin, a relative newcomer.
Griffin's name is now on the

tough anti-labor Griffin-Landrum
bill which Halleck will trv tn uh.

stitute for the moderate "commit "committee"
tee" "committee" bill.

Hoffman Is 84 years old, but
vigorous. Griffin is 36. Hoffman
uncovered the same big Teamster
insurance commissions paid to
Hoffa 's friends and the big pro profits
fits profits accumulated by Mrs. Hoffa
and Mrs. Bert Brennan which tht
McClellan committee, three yean
later, fanned into national head-
lines.
But when he did an. Reniihlirene

who wanted Hoffa'a support to te-

eiect :en. Homer Ferguson called
Hoffman off. Hoffman out the

blame oji "higher-ups" in th
GOP. Postmaster General Sum-

merfield, top Michigan Republic Republican,
an, Republican, has denied being guilty.
Note: Ex-Speaker Joe Martin,
sympathetic ; with the run-around
Hailed? has given1 Hof man, may

tvii vu iiia jcuvr Dili eimer.

CUBAN REFUGEES
Immigration Commissioner Joe,
Swing has turned another Cuban
refugee over to the Senata Inter Internal
nal Internal Security Committee.
Last month Swing tipped off
chief counsel Julian Sourwine that
immigration authorities had pick picked
ed picked up Fidel Castro's exiled Air
Force commander, Maj. Pedro
Diai Lanz, which made headlines
for the Senate committee but
headaches for the State Depart Department.
ment. Department. For Castro immediately
made propaganda out for the fact
that committee chairman East Eastland
land Eastland of Mississippi is s champion
of white supremacy and of Domi Dominican
nican Dominican dictator Trujillo.
Since then, Swing has delivered
Ricardo Lorie, Castro's former
financial backer, now a refugee,
to Eastland's agents and th.ey
have alredy taken testimony
from him behind closed doors.
Lorie was so disturbed at find finding
ing finding himself in the hands of the
Eastland committee, however,
that h got in touch with the Statt
Department and begged to be
spared from Congressional exploitation.

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Steel Strike Talks Snarled

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NEW YORK, Aug. 11 (UPI) Efortt to bring agreement in the four.wMlc.oia tteel
strike Wrt'tnarled again today with a new sharply critical exchange between ;Union
and induetry leaders' -1
United Steel Workers of America (USW) president David J. McDonald, who was
absent from Federal mediation talks here y Mterday, said in Pittsburgh he Was "sick of
that show In New York" and iwftwirtea he would not return until industry negotiators are
replaced by "people of authority .- -(
' R Conrad Cooper, head of the four-man committee representing 12 major steel
firms, Vith which the union began negotiating nree months ago today, retorted quickly
that McDonald knows the team has "full authority" to bargain.

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Cooper siad be would be pres present,
ent, present, at today'! mediation session
.despite tie absence of Mc McDonald.
Donald. McDonald.
"He would be well advlced to
spend less time haractiming us
coming to grips with our mess messes
es messes messengers and more um
age," Cooper said.
That message, he said, is
"that an inflationary t increase in
wages and benefits would be con contrary
trary contrary to the best interests of
all concerned."
In his blast in Pittsburgh, Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald indicated he did not
Elan to return to the bargaln bargaln-lg
lg bargaln-lg table until the industry a a-greed
greed a-greed to discuss a wage increase
for 500,00 striking steelworkers.
Industry negotiators and the
C ion's "second team" met for
o bours here and hen recessed
Until later today. 4
Federal Mediator Robert A.
Moore said hei believe future
loint sessions would be of value
even thou9h not sttended by
McDonald or Arthur Goldberg,
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me union 9
"We are working on contract

problems preliminary spaae spaae-work
work spaae-work that has to don said

Moore. c vn-j
tail; tp worthwhile. We are not

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JIB BUHilllC"
"complete agreement" could not

Be reacnea in mt awm..
as McDonald was absent from

me Dargamiiig "'
He said he felt sure McDonald

would return if anytning impo"

.oM the union chief told

tim Friday's ioint session

that "I'm as close as the near
est telephone."
In Pittsburgh, McDonald Indi Indicated
cated Indicated the Industry would have
to give ground on Hs admant
refusal to grant a 15-eent pack package
age package increase before he would
consider floing back.

tj .ilrail fnr rnmment on

J1C VT O O HDnvu v- ---
reports that President Eisenhower
t i .v .tvilra wnnlH ho nver

before Soviet Premier Nikita

im ,..,ciihsv vicit'i thi country.

"Khrushchev or no Khrushchev,
all the industry is Interested in
Is more dough," he, said. ?,
;MDonald4emajled ,that ''peo ''people
ple ''people of authority',' such as, Roger
Blough, board chairman fo the
U.S. Steel Corp., take prt in the
"Those guys- av no Mthunty
whatsoever to do anything," said
McDonald. He referred to the in in-dystry's
dystry's in-dystry's four man bargaining
team headed by Cooper, a vice
president of U S. Steel.
Industry sources here were
bleakly pessimistic about
chances fer ending the 27-day
strike that has resulted In eco economic
nomic economic losses of about (10 mil million
lion million dollars.
The McDonald atatement could
mean an end to the joint ses sessions
sions sessions that were resumed here
last week after a week of inac inactivity.
tivity. inactivity.
Chief Federal Mediator Joseph
Finnegari, key maan in getting
the two sides back to the bar bargaining
gaining bargaining table, was not present

Divorced Clergyman
Plans Re-Marriage;

.for yesterday's session. He con

ferred in Washington over tne
week end with Labor Secretary
James P- Mitchell.

Cooper, who had indicated ear

ner that he would skip yester yesterday
day yesterday meeting, put in i surprise
appearance. Smiling; he declined

comment on why he decided to

attend.

McDonald left for Pittsburgh
Friday after charging that the
industry ."has not budgod In
the sllghtost from the stand It
took In handing us Ha Infamous
eight-point "break the union' ul ultimatum
timatum ultimatum on June 10.''
McDonald made hia remarks

whiln tonrincr lnml union heAri-

quarters in the Pittsburgh area.

mere nave neen no negotia

tions since we went to New

York," he said. "The industry

took its stand on .April 10 and
hasn't changed it."

The industry on April io made

its proposal for a one-year ex

tension of the three-year con contract
tract contract that expired June 30.

Mpnnnaln denied that he wan

"bovcottine" the New York talds

because "we have a team of

pnmnetent IiH in Nv VnrV in.

eluding an economist, three law

yers, our secretary-treasurer asd

vice president. If anything hap hap-Dens
Dens hap-Dens there. I will eo back imme

diately."

The united industry front was
illustrated yesterday when the
Inland Steel Co. rejected a pro proposal
posal proposal that, it bargain Individual Individually
ly Individually with the union.

The. union had wanted to dls-

enas nrnnosnl it amd the steel

firm had made to tis empolyes

in a latter this week.

MeanwhUev Kennecott Copper

Prtrn AnargfiAnfl in TTtoh Mavt.

... UFV. B.1VII. ... LI.... i V.
da, Arizona and New Mexico were

halted by a strike of 11,500 workers.

The unions invloved were the
Steelworkers. the International

Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter

Workers, and the International
Association of Machinists.

it waY feared that the strike

over a demand for wage in increases
creases increases would spread to an kv
dustry-w We walkout,
Tka tininn ha demanded a 15-

cent package increase from the
steel industry, which has count

ered with an offer of a one-year

contract extension with no wage
hike. Strikers in. Jbe copper r in industry
dustry industry are asking- for about the
same amount of increase.

Copper and aluminum settle settlement
ment settlement normally follow the pat

tern set in the steel Industry.

Cleveland Jeweler
Supplies Market

VHh Royal Headgear

fT TWIST. AND. Ohio fUPD

Richard Lone has a head start on

nrri. He mades crowns.

"CnmAfimes neoole don't be

lieve mem when I tell them what 1

rfn he aaaidi "I have to snow

them tha ratalOS."

a termor -jeweler's benchamao.

Lomg teamed up three years ago

with Harold liuoen io Duy a
small crown making company.
Gilbert handles the sales and

shipping. Long works at their

shop after his reguair jod as a
tool and iemaker.
Working by, hand, with only a
torch and a grinder and polisher
as tools, he turns out more than
l,p00 crowns, tiaras -and scepters
each year. The regal headwean
retailing from $5 to $50, graces

beauty queens, lodge omciais ana
actors.
Although he loses track of most
of the crowns when they are sold.
Ling remembers that one of his
most expensive models w
bought by a housewife a year. ago.
"She said she just wantea to
wear it around the house," he
said.

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LONDON (UPI) riome Secre Secre-retary
retary Secre-retary R. A. Butler was reported

today to have ordered an in inquiry
quiry inquiry into the case of the Rev.
Arthur Wilson, a divorced Church
of England clergyman who was
fired by his bishop after he an announced
nounced announced plans to re-marry.
The Rev. Mr. Wilson, 4T, said
he had received a letter from
Butler regarding the filling of a
post he was lo have taken as a
prison chaplain.
"I have been asked to make

representations to Mr. Butler set setting
ting setting out my reasons for believing
I am a suitable parson for, this
post," the clergyman said. "I am
taking legal advice and will do
so."
The minister had been adjudged
the innocent party in a divorce
suit just after World War II and
was awarded the custody of two
daughters.
Tlie controversy started two
weeks ago when the vicar dis disclosed
closed disclosed he planned to wed Jean Jean-ete
ete Jean-ete Sedgbeei. a 21-year-old nurse.
His superiors told him he could
not have a license as chaplain

tt the prison and ordered him to
stop work in his parish at nearby

Reading.
"Until .the home secretary de
rides if I can take up the post,"

mv life is at a standstill," he
aid. "I believe a great many

people are behind me in the be belief
lief belief that I should not be obliged
to ffive up the ministry just be

cause I am divorced and plaq to

marry tgam."
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of rock 'n roll as a method
of preventing crime. It helps rid

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CLEVELAND, Ohio, Aug. 10, -(UPI)
Chances are that a man
who takes bis hat off when a
woman enters as elevator real really
ly really regarls women as inferior.
That is the report of two psy psychologists
chologists psychologists who investigated the
theory that chivalry usually is a
subtle forma of male domination.
Dr. Eugene B. Nadler, assistant
professor of Engineering Admin Admin-istratiqn
istratiqn Admin-istratiqn at Case Institute of
Technology here, and Dr. William
R. Morrow, of the Fulton, Mo.,

States Hospital, surveyed the at attitudes
titudes attitudes of several groups b fmale
college students by means of
questionnaires.
The questionnaire conce rnid
chivalry, asking such questions as
whether "'a gentleman shluld al allow
low allow the lady to pay the chekc,
buy the tickets, or pay the

taxi."
Nadler and Morrow sala the
results showed in general that
men who agreed that women are
inferior also tended to favor such
gestures as taking off one's hat

in an elevator.
A third set of questions to
measure racial predudlce and
anti-democratic attitudes in gen general
eral general showed that it usually Is the
man who is biasid, narrow-minded
and an advocate of force to
settle issues who has this con contempt
tempt contempt for women.

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WHITEST ABLE, England (UPI)
Motor scooter rider Peter Field

reported yesterday, after his
scooter accidentally ripped off the
dress of a young woman passing
on a bicycle, that "the speed at
Which woman naicerihv iwmIii.i

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ENGAGED COUPLE IS HONORED AT SUPPER PARTY
HOSTED BY MR, AND MRS. JAIME FAJJBEGA
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Miss Beatris Quelquejeu and Mr. :t I .tarda Antonio Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, who are soon to be wed, were guests t honor at a
i.nnxr nrtv riven last eveninr bv'Mr. ind Mrs. Jaime J.

Fabrera at their residence.
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Hicks Have Hou.agueits
At Fort Kebba Quarters
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas M. B.
Hicks have as their house guests
at Fort Kobbe her mother, Mrs.
M J Richards of Omaha, Neb.,
and her aunt, Mrs. R. E. Cunnin Cunningham
gham Cunningham of Shenandoah, Iowa.
Bride-Elect, Visitors
Honored At Dinner
Miss Marcela Leignadier enter entertained
tained entertained at a dinner party at her
home in Colon last evening in hon honor
or honor of Miss Coky Chavers, bride bride-elect
elect bride-elect of Mr. Harry Shoss, and Mrs.
Yolanda Shoss and Miss Mary Ann
Shoss, who are here from Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania to attend the wedding festiv festivities.
ities. festivities. Miss Chavers and Mr. Shoss will
be wed Saturday at Cristo Rey
Church in Panama City.
Cristobal Woman's Club
Open House Tomorrow
An Atlantic Side social event cf
tomorrow will be an open house
sponsored by the Cristobal Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club to give the public a
glimpse of the new club building
at Margarita.
The event will be held from 5 to
10 p.m. Drawings for numerous
door prizes will be held at 9 p.m.
An exhibition of arts and crafts
will feature huck weaving, hooked
rugs, afghans, polleras, Italian
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arrangements, t-nnsimas wreams
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bridga and poi.tra; making.
Clayton NCO Vivs
Welcome NOW bombers
Members' ef thf Fort Clayton
NCO Wivs CI iibi; at a regular
monthly : meetiAg 'jjast week, wel welcomed
comed welcomed as'new members Mrs. Fe Fe-lesa
lesa Fe-lesa Angeli, Mr k.na Sweitts, Mrs.
Ramona Acker pan and Mrs. Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Lytle. Mr s Helen Fontinot
was introduced al a guest.
Mr, -'Beverly .stinley, program
chairman, ann unced plans for a
tour efvthe National Brewery in
Panama tomorrow morning at
9:30. Membersart; advised to meet
at tha NCO Club, and to bring a
sweater.' f
Refreshment were served by
Mrs. Joano Xjffer, Mrs. Trudy
Renert, Mrs, Janet Zeis and Mrs.
Kinsey, The dfor prize was won
by Mrs, Patri
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Gulick Guild Meeting
The .monthly! board meeting of
the Fort Gulick .Protestant Ladies
Guild was held lat the home of Mrs.
Carroll G. Chiphe, wife of the
post's-Protestapit -thaplam.
Mrs, James Hedges announced
that junior ch( ir tobes would be
cut out at the iexf meeting. Host Hostesses
esses Hostesses will be M ; Gerald McCurdy
and Mrs. A, K 'why.
Chairman ""ahu hostesses for the
successful-potluck'1 supper were
commended bj t the guild presi president.
dent. president. Mrs. "Mar in Nolle.
Officer, atten ling the meeting
were Mrs.Tolte Mrs. Leon Green,
Mrs. Hedged Mrs, Chaphe, Mrs.
Elroy Liosey; Mrfc Lowell Erick Erick-son
son Erick-son and Mrs, Jime Roane.
Voice toeordin iSession
Pfc. Stanley Friedman and Pfc.
Ronald Backoi til Fort Amador
will supervise thei voice recording
session this eveninV at the Balboa
USO-JWB from f toj I p m The ac activity
tivity activity provides an inportiinitv for
recording messages!, to mail to
inenas inp
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and family.),
AF Writers' League,
To Meef Thursday
"How to Write nd Sell Maga
zine Articles' wily be the principal
subject of discussion st the Armed
Forces Writers League meeting
Thursdav in he library of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa USO-.IWB. tt recent hook by
Richard GehBiafa will be uped as a
basis for the spminar."
Members of he armed forced,
and the general publie'Brf invited
to attendx the n leeting which will
begin at" 7:30 p m
Charity Card Greup,
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Club are reminded of a dessert
bridge Thursday at the Fort Ama
dor Officers Open Mess.
Reservations should be made by
noon Wednesday with Mrs. Louise
Merchant, Balboa 3317: Mrs. M.
Wagner, Balboa 4358; Mrs. D. Al
len, Navy 2420; or Mrs. L. Snod Snod-grass,
grass, Snod-grass, Balboa 2384.
Duplicate Bridge Tonight
At Balboa USO-JWB
Servicemen, thelr families and
guests, as well as other interested
persons are invited to participate
in duplicate bridge this evening at
the Balboa USO-JWB. Players are
asked to arrive no later than 7:15
p.m.
Board Meeting, Bella
Vista Children's Home
The board of administrators of
the Bella Vista Children's Home
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
4:15 in Bishop Morris Hall, Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon.
Trucks, Helicopters
Aid Dramatic Rescue
Of Cop Held Hostage
YUMA, Ariz. (UPI) Law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officers from two states
used airplanes, Marine helicop helicopters
ters helicopters and large trailer truckers
yesterday tomake a dramatic res rescue
cue rescue of a policeman held hostage
for six hours by a young gunman
and his 17-year-old girl friend.
Police from Arizona and Cali
fornia drove six trucks cross
wise on U.S. 80 near Wellton to
form a solid roadblock that
hemmed in gunman Jimmy Allen
Crose, 24- his girl, Donna Marie
Weidemann, and their hostage.
Crose, wanted on suspicion of
passing worthless checks, had
vowed never to be taken alive.
While helicopters and two air airplanes
planes airplanes buzzed overhead, Crose, re realizing
alizing realizing he was trapped, put a re revolver
volver revolver to the head of Yuma police policeman
man policeman Bill Penny, 28, and said:
"If I don't get out, neither do
you."
Penny said he wrestled with
Crose and managed to jam the
web of his hand (the part between
the thumb.,and first finger) in
front of the. revolver's hammer to
prevent it from going off.
He was finally saved when a
Marine helicopter landed by the
side of the road and its occupants
pulled Crose and the girl off him
Penny told a nightmarish story
of being threatened for six hours
with the gun while the two sus
pects aimlessly drove around with
him. They had overpowered him
Saturday night when he was
tipped Crose was in a Yuma mo
tel holding a woman hostage.
It turned out, he said, the wo
man was Crose's girl friend. She
helped Crose handcuff him, Pen
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Members of New York's cafe
society were mightily puzzled by1
the story from Europe quoting
William Millner as saying Sylvia,
Casablancas' parents were pre preventing
venting preventing the "son of oil wealthy
Texans" from marrying their
daughter. Those who knew Mr.
Millner when he was exercising
his charm in this area and da dating
ting dating a model named Heids Gover
were impressed by his skill at
card-playing, bdt never suspected
he was wealthy. .Ginger Kogers
has a new admirer, Louis Wulfe Wulfe-kuller.
kuller. Wulfe-kuller. .The Alfred Gwynne Van Van-deroilis
deroilis Van-deroilis expect their baoy m No November.
vember. November. .Our intelligence isn't
releasing the happy news about
the number of Russian officials
who have defeated to the Western
recent months, but actually more
than 30 important, Reds have
come over to our side.
The Nat Kiflg Coles, who have
two daughters Sweetie
and Cookie are now proud parents
of a 5 month-old boy, whom
they've named Kelly. .If it ar
rives on Broadway as originally
written, the William Inge play
"The Loss of Roses" will con
tinue the shock-value tradition of
successful dramas in the Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Williams manner. Example:
one of its characters is a not-so-successful
actress who winds
up making pornographic movies.
Late flash on tha beauty who
was seen with Gary Grant at Ro Romeo
meo Romeo Salta's and other fashionable
sports; she's Aurora Moore, des described
cribed described as a Venezuelan divorcee
in her twenties. .Sherman Adams
President Eisenhower's former
right-hand man, persistently re refuses
fuses refuses to allow his memoirs to be
published in any form until Ike
leaves the White House In 1961. .
The producer of the forthcoming
Lauren Bacall play, "Goodby
Charlie!" may get fine or terrible
reviews from the critics, but he's
bound lo win the season's Croiz
the Guerre for bravery in casting.
He's renortedly added Cara Wil
liams ti the dramatis personae,
among other spectacularly cour
ageous moves. ..Rocky Marciano,
set lo visit Italy soon, will try
to arrange for a visit to Russia,
too. .The Rory Calhouns (Lita
Baron) are worrying their friends.
Universal .plans to use post-
midnight radio and TV com commercials
mercials commercials to ballyhoo its funny
new film, "Pillow Talk," wilh
nook Hudson whispering sweet
and sexy phrases to the lady
listeners in the manner of the
once famous Continental, and Do Doris
ris Doris Day doing a similar job for
the fellows who tuns in. .Vin .Vincent
cent .Vincent Looez' reputation as a nu-
merologist has grown shinier dur during
ing during this baseball season. Using
the birthdates of Casey Stengel
and the other important Ameri American
can American League managers as a basis
for his predictions, he's called
the outcome of all but three
Yankee games during, the past
month, and chums with faith in
him have all but driven their
bookies into bsnkruptcy . The
new Arpeggio on E. 52nd St.,
which opened during the well well-known
known well-known doldrums, seems to be on
the rosd to success just the same
it's attractively decorated
cheerfully staffed, and crowded
from lunchtime through the night
ly jazz sessions
Luis Miguel Dominguin, who
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THF VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Doroihy Killgallen

was injured in the bull ring the
other day, recently won a 10,000
peseta bet from an uninformed afi aficionado
cionado aficionado who wagerea tnai. me
bulls in that day s corriua had
shaven horns. Actually the horn horn-shaving
shaving horn-shaving practice was ended years
abo by Antonio Bienvenida when
he became president of the Bull Bullfighters
fighters Bullfighters Association.
Magistrate Hyman Bushel is
spending his vacation the smart
way far trom. mosquitoes and
wild waves. He checked into an
airconditioned froom at Mt. Sinai
Hospital for some minor surgery,
caught up on a few best-sellers,
and now is completely on the
mend. Those who recall when
Judge Bushel was Rudy Valle's
counsel have the i feeline Rudy
ought to have consulted His Honor
before giving out those recent in interviews
terviews interviews in which the one-time
crooner came off looking more
than a bit silly.
In the flicker "North By North Northwest,"
west," Northwest," there's a sequence set in
the Plaza Hotel a priceless piece
of public relations propaganda, of
course. Originally, author Ernest
Lehman put the action in the St
Regis, but Vincent Astor refused
to allow the scenes to be shot at
his hostelry, so the switch was
made and the Plaza gets the plug
. .The move away from Holly
wood (by the big names) is grow
ing impressively. John Wayrte is
building a house in Acapulco, Mex Mex-ixo.
ixo. Mex-ixo. William Holden has an part part-menr
menr part-menr in Hong Kong, Norman
Krasna' is getting set to establish
residence in Switzerland, and
Harold Hecht of Hecht-Lancas-ter
has purchased pro property
perty property close to John Wayne's land.
Dinah Washington is a secret
bride. She and Rusty Maillard
were married in Sweden. .Li
terary circles are buzzing about a
novel tiued "Thfc Caretakers,"
due for publication in November.
It deals with goings-on in a men
tal institution, and members of
the AMA are expected to take um
brage.
39 Oxford Students
Plan Red Bus Trip
London To Moscow
LONDON (UPI) An English
and an American student from
Oxford Unvers'tv took possession
of a red, two-decker London bus
today and headed off on a 4,000-
mile journey to Moscow and
back.
The students are John Cock Cock-rane,
rane, Cock-rane, 24. son of Sir Ralph Cook Cook-rane,
rane, Cook-rane, and his American Rhodes
Srhohr companion. Cary Pirker,
24, formerly of Prince'on Univer-
Sitv.
The students who bought the
bm nn r-half o' the Oxford Uni University
versity University Conservative Assn. have
been 'ralrin? for several days xt
the Chiswirke depot for the long
h'.
The drivers will alternate at the
whel thev rarrv jt othr Ox Oxford
ford Oxford students to the Soviet cap-it-'.
At Moscow they will he the
"nests Moscow University for
two weeks, after which they wijl
make the return bus ride.
SMOOTHLY
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your long suit and try to force
declarer rather than a short suit
in hone nf eettins in ruff Vint
West saw nothing attractive
aooui a diamond lead and de decided
cided decided to open his jack of clubs
anyway.
It was a good decision indeel.
South won the trick with dum dummy's
my's dummy's king and led and finessed
the lack of hearts Wct riiukri
He wanted to get some sort of
signal from his partner.
The ten nf heart ii nlavari
next and East obliged by playing
me aeuce oi spaaes.
South took hi iii-o nri Tail th
queen of hearts but now West
was ready lor the kill. "He went
up with the kind and played ace
and another diamond.
East won the second diamond
and a club ruff set the contract.
Before a alot of
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his ace of diamonds twice, I
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hold: This time you
Anawtr Tomorrwy
Overnight Outing
To Chilre Planned
By Church Group
The Christian Service men, will
sponsor an overnight outing to
chitre on Sept. 5.
Arrangements foi the ac accomodation
comodation accomodation of excursionists have
been carefully worked out by the
committee.
Busses will leave from the Le Legislative
gislative Legislative Palace, on Sa t u r d a y
night, Sept. 5 at 10 o'clock and
will return on Monday. Persons
who are interested in making
the trip should obtain their tick tickets
ets tickets not later than Sept. 1.
Tickets can be obtained from
Charles Morgan,, at the Rio Abaio
Seventh Day Adventist Church
or Darrel Palmerst, the Balboa'
Service Center.
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Formosa Flood Waters Ebb
Leaving At Least 500 Dead

TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI) The
waters of tha worst floods in for
mosa'a recorded history receded
yesterday, leavina at least suu
dead, 563 injured, and 541 miss
ins.
as estimated 135,000 persons
were left homeless by the raging
waters that surged through the
valleys of central Formosa begin
ning last Friday. The' floods were
brought on by torrential rains as associated
sociated associated with typhoon Ellen.
The rich rice belt of the island
was hard-hit by the floods and the
food rations of millions of Asians
might be affected later. The act actual
ual actual extent oi damage to the rice
crop was not known, but it was
almost bound to be sizeable.
U.S. military and embassy
spokesmen said there were no
known American casualties, even
though several hundred U.S. mili military
tary military families live in the 150-mile
area hardest hit by tha floodwa floodwa-ters.
ters. floodwa-ters. (At Maryknoll, N.Y.; the Roman
Catholic Maryknoll Missionary or organization
ganization organization said it had received ca ca-blel
blel ca-blel reports from Formosa that
said an estimated 1,200 persons,
85-Fool 'Ear' To Be
Built On Remote
Calif. Mountainside
BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) A
odnnr 4 liatonintf in
UC W OH iUUl VW AVI Auirv.B -w
radio waves from outer space will
be bum on a remote mountain mountainside
side mountainside in Lassen National Forest,
the University of California an announced
nounced announced last night.
The facility, financed by the
Office of. Naval Research and the
,.Bttir will Ka 4 riAaianoH tn
pick up radio "signals" given off
Dy steiiar ODiecis in space, mt
site, near the town of Hat Creek,
Calif., was chosen because it is
one of the few places where the
big, dish-like antenna will not be
annoyed by man-made radio and
electronic interference.
A satellite tracking camera
will also be built at the labora laboratory
tory laboratory as well Ss a second. 33-foot
radio telescope. The government
has turned over 60 acres of forest
land for the seven buildings to be
AiiaU.fAl rXrVi a KniiaMitMant mill
tUU-Sli UtlCUi J. 11C gUYClUiaidlk TV 111
pay 70 per cent of the $500,000 l
cost 01 ine ODservaiory. univer university
sity university of California scientists will
Radio telescopes collect radio
w.vas frnin stpllar nhWt rath.e
than the visual light collected by
conventional telescopes. Some of
the briehtest stars in the skv eive
off little or no radio teneFpv.
while nhlert, that are Invi.ih a
with nntiral instriimentc 01'va nl'f
large Amounts of energy.
r -r
Sofia Loren, Hubby
Return To Rome
a m m m wm.
Court Rule
uespite loun Kuie
ROlvIR mPTV PrnHnrp Tarln
Pnnt tfwlav wax rennrtert hart in
Kome wun nis wue &opnia uren,
ending a self-imposed exile and
braving the threat of possible le
MessTggeroleandn theUlFa'new"
airenev ANSA said Ponti arrived
in Rome secretly bv car over
the weekend.
Ponti married Miss Loren by
proxy in Mexico after obtaining a
wife, Italian general's daughter
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uuiieua rium, nai.y uues mn re-
cogniie divorce. Private citizens
iiavi iiieu uiKHiiiv cnaruex asainsL
- -o
ronti ana miss tioren.
nn ecciesiasucai irmunai in
nome last weex rarnea aown a
request by the first Mrs. Ponti
iui aimuimeni vi iier reueious
raainage to me prooucer. Her
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lawyers idduihi ini nppixmn mir

vs cAucutu lu. corneii" increase eillciency and eeonn.

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up again aui luuusi a yer.
rtnnmmBni ot rne ronu-nastn
marriage wouia automatically put
an end to any bigamy action
against the producer and Miss
Loren. This was believed to be the
raavn wVitr Ti.li ...11
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..vr nutu to aci on ine Digamy
Irish Rebel's Diary
Opened To Public
After 43 Years
LONDON fUPIl Th. ,.v.i;-
todav besan innartin
ti.t tM. ii.. ..Li...
uiuv ua uie uiacK uiaries
01 Mr KOger casement, an Irish
nikil L...j u.. it.. . "I
wi uaiigea uy ine sriUSfl IOr
treason in 1916
Monttomerv Hvd. a
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ll nil una iMirclit n-n-.i
both author nf hnnlr. .u.l
controversial rebel were t h.
Ml AV A f a. at
nhi;rV S.?"4S.l !!!Ah?
office ruled I that tv. ji
Sed ttl St'.tH
now eould be read
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Peru and the Belff an Cnnar,
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of the Irish independence raiu
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rebels during World War I.

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ictm iimo udvu ma uvaui mb a
vmbol in (heir later, atieeaaaful

had lost their lives la the Changua'
area alone and 65,000 persams ia
the .area were homeless.)
Charles. Lowe, a UPI Movie Movietone
tone Movietone television photographer who
flew, over the entire length of tha

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in a Chinese i air lore a plane,
said conditions there were "hor "horrible."
rible." "horrible." ..,... ; --"f;
"Whole sections of highways
and rail lines areVashed out"
Lowe reported. "Some rails art
twisted like straw. I counted 11
bridges of all sizes with spans
washed away. Telephone lines are
strewn around like spaghetti."
President Chiang vKai-Shek or or-dered
dered or-dered all troops to help rescue
Victims of the flnnHi btxA m.iA
they would be expected to help
repair damages, which may run
as high as 13 million dollars.
uVicePresident and Premier
Chen Cheng called industrial and
business leaders to his office and
tOld them to take nerextarv
to control sulden inflation n
profiteering.
Three Films To Be
Shown On USO-JWB
'Tour1 Tonight
The Ralhna TTCn rnrB in
chair Tnnr" win u
films at 7:30 tonight through tha
courtesy of the United States
information Service.
One, an Arthur Rubinstein
short, will portray the world-fa
mous pianist playing Mendels Mendels-sohn
sohn Mendels-sohn s "Sprinning Song," Listz!
Liebestraum and Chopin's
Waltz in C Sharp" and "Polo "Polonaise
naise "Polonaise in A."
The seennil film I. k.i
. ...... la mi un an
American Symphony Orchestra's
iuui 01 japan, with Walter
Hendl and Thor Johnson con con-ducting.
ducting. con-ducting. The third film is the "Grand
Canyon Suite" played by stud-
ents of the mnotA "1.
lochen. "v "l imer
'Angel In f bony'
Al Bethel Mission
Church Tonight
inl'L1? Ebony." jound co
?r mUOn picture deSCnbini
n ean !T.?2n Afrlca
Pri?ff J" umted States for
."1?e?r Lrel0H? experi.nca,
r1" ..snown.. at 7:30
fl?" ,l Betle Mission In Pa-
,' ...
inis mm i npiJn.H..
Aayior university, of Upland.
ju.u. nu nas received several a-
wards fnr fta ntt.A
tion and photography.
.The life story qf Samuel-Mor-
a nuuayea in mm is beini
?ilow"L through the courtesy ol
I" ocivicemens (Jen
y?s!frssi
V :L 1;, nave seen the pic-
ture, the film has been hold
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The value of the U.S Armv Ca.
1 humph n 1 irnn a nie (Jas-i j
gestion orosram tn th 2
tense euort will be depicted in
la special production over CFN-TV
-- -.v ivinuuow
ar h'xii n m inw...
rne presentation will emoha
size now military and civiliana
work together as teams in the
iieia. ana now it s .i
1 ', w.w. uu i aua
manian employes cooperate in
nevicmir maw t..i..i. i
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I my m uranance asparations
inree civilians who are active
m the suggestion program will
appear to demonstrate ideas they
submitted and which nn?
ed bv Department f th
. 5,
wen as Dy U5AKCARIB. Dou-
gias v. Schnepel, an artillery re.
pairman, has been awarded a to
tal of 1585 for his suggestions.
iwemyone of his proposals
ic in euect within th a mm.
mana and six have been adopt adopted
ed adopted by DeDartment nf th
Alfonso Carrasco. an automotive
mecnamc has received $125 for
nis Denenciai ideas, 14 of which
were put to use within TTSAB.
CARIB and one of which was
adopted y DA.
'Also appearing will be Ulises
'..I Morales a small arm. ranatv.
t -..
.r ine "'nance secion,
who wax aurarrla4 tn Mm
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suggestions. Two sre in use hert
na one was approved Army-
WlQe.
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nniYeriarV
Pln have been completed for
celebrat on of the 19th an
SSiy i&SLS
womens Missionary Society Aug.
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- price of gasoline. Th. officisl aa-
nounrement said the fsre raise
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TUESDAY, ACGCSt 11, 1951

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Khrushchev Blames West's Negative Attitude
For Lack Of Accord On Halting A-Bomb Tests
LONDON. Aux. 11 (LTD Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev. In ft letetr nude nubile t.

NO PROPS NEEDED A little Imagination sets the scene and the youthful actors go to work. These small fry representatives, taklnn part in the Atlantic
Area Summer Recreation Program, present a scene from "Billy Ooat Gruff s" as Mrs. Joanne Wentworth does the super vising,

AEC To Attempt
To Extract Nuclear
Power From Thorium
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Atomic Energy Commission
(AEC) announced yesterday it wil
try to extract nuclear power from
thorjum, a metal,. t,h e times
more anurf&nt i nature than
uranium.
The long-range AEC program
will consist of work on a new kind
of nuclear furnace a "thermal
breeder reactor" to change
thorium into a material that can
be used for atomic fission.
Uranium now is the only natural
material available for nuclear
weapons and fuel. Successful de development
velopment development of thorium into such a
power source would add substan substantia'
tia' substantia' to the world reserve of po potential
tential potential atomic fuel.
nt the AEC cautioned that
while the earth's crust Is t h r e e
tmies richer, in thorium than ur uranium,
anium, uranium, the presently known de deposits
posits deposits of thorium that can be ex exploited
ploited exploited for commercial use is less
than natural uranium.
The problem is that thorium us us-uallv
uallv us-uallv comes only in -low concen concentrations.
trations. concentrations. The best sources for the
ore now are m monsie sand de deposits
posits deposits of India and 'Brazil and
vein rieoosits in South. Africa. The
United States also has some thori thori-urn
urn thori-urn deposits.
In starting he new research
program, the AEC ordered a halt
in efforts to develop nuclear reac reactors
tors reactors powered by certain fluid
fuels. This includes work now in
progress- on reactors using liquid
metal, molton salt and dissolved
uranium salts as fuels.
An AEC study grftun recently
reportel the fluid fuel reactors
would be m6re costly than other
types tor nuclear power production.

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON-Vice President
Richard M. Nixon, on the eco economic
nomic economic contest between the Unit United
ed United States and Russia:
"We have a tendency too often
just to assume that because we
are ahead, that Awe will continue
to stay ahead."

lilTTLE. ROCK, Ark. The Rev.
M', L. Moser, a segregationist
minister on tomorrow's s c h e d d-uled
uled d-uled opening of Little Rock
schools on an integrated basis:
"I question the wisdom of in integration,
tegration, integration, but I want us to pray
to one end . and that is that
there is no trouble."

NEW YORK William Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Hearst Jr., editor in chief
of the Hearst newspapers, saying
the Russians want trade not war
with the West:
"If they (the Russians) will
renounce all movements that at

tempt to overthrow recognized

governments, the Western world
might make trade agreements.
But the Russians first must dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate a relaxation of their
Fifth Column movement. And
then if we catch them at it ,we
can call them off and tell them
'You're the skunks at the garden
party.' 1

DES ALLEMANDS, La.-Gov.
Earl K. Long, defending his rec record
ord record during a campaign tour:
"You know what the Bible
says? It says 'He who is with without
out without fault let them chunk the first
rock.'

NATO HOLDS MANEUVIRS
KIEL, Germany (UPI) Ships
from the navies of four NATO na nations
tions nations today began a two week
exercise in the Baltic Sea. Ves

sels from Britain, Denmark, Nor Norway
way Norway and West Germany were

taking part in the ao-c ailed
"fresh water" maneuvers.

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day, said that Russia was prepared to rive a pledge that it would halt nuclear weapons testa.
The premier charted, however, that the United States and Krltaln were showinr a "ner&tiv

attitude" at the current thre-power Geneva Talks on a test ban. The Western attitude, he said

made successful conclusion of the talks "still doubtful."

Khrushchev made his remarks in a letter to the European Federation Against Nuclear Arm
It was delivered to Canon L. John Collins, Tie y resident of the federation, and made public here.

A spokesman for the federation
said it was awaiting answers to
similar letters sent to the British
and US governments.
"The Soviet Union," Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's letter said, "is ready to
accept the most solemn obliga obligation
tion obligation not to be the first to conduct
any further tests of nuclear wea weapons."
pons." weapons." The Soviet leader recalled that
on March 31, 1958, Russia called
a halt to its nuclear weapons
tests "in the hope that the Unit United
ed United States and Great Britain
wuold follow our example."
Khrushchev's letter added:
"You know, however, fhit tho
governments of the United
States and Groat Britain not
only failed to follow our exam example
ple example but tried to obtain tho
greatest possible military ad advantage
vantage advantage by carrying out a se series
ries series of tests unprecedented in
intensity.
"Unfortunately, I do not see
any reason to believe that this
time the Western powers will

snow more readiness to put an
end to nuclear tests.
"Our misgivings are intensified
by the fact that although negotia negotiations
tions negotiations on the cessation of tests
have been proceeding in Geneva
for about a year, their success successful
ful successful conclusion is still doubtful
owing to the negativt attitude of
the United States and Great Brit Britain."
ain." Britain." The deadlocked three-power nu nuclear
clear nuclear talks began in Geneva last
Oct. 31.
The United States and Brit Britain
ain Britain have been insisted that an

effective inspection system be
included in any nuclear test
ban treaty.
Meanwhile in Washington Amer American
ican American officials said they hope to
press home to the visiting
Khrushchev next months that ef efforts
forts efforts to impose Communism on
other nations must cease if there
is to be any real lessening of
world tensions.
Vice-president Richard M. Nix Nixon
on Nixon made the point a major one
in his unprecedented television
speech to the Russian people dur during
ing during his recent visit to the USSR.
Declaring in effect that Com Communism
munism Communism should be kept at
home, Nixon said no one ob ob-iected
iected ob-iected to Khrushchev's right to
say that' US youngsters would
grew up to be Communists.
But he said objections would
come if Khrushchev tried to
make the prediction come true.
Officials in Washington would
classify as a major achievement
any progress on selling that view
to Khrushchev.
These officials emphasized that
the United States will not accept
Communism as a permanent sys system
tem system in the European satellites or
"captive nations" where it is be believed
lieved believed to have been imposed by
Moscow.
This country, It was said,
will never cease to urge free freedom
dom freedom of choice for all nitions
of rhoir own form of govern government.
ment. government. Rep. Roman C. Pucinski (D (D-111.)
111.) (D-111.) told the House yesterday
that Eisenhower should press for
"full freedom for the people of
the captive nations" during
Khrushchev's visit.
Pucinski introduced a resolution
declaring Congress' intent that
"the people of the captive na nations
tions nations of Europe be griven the
right to choose their own philo philosophy
sophy philosophy of government and those
who will govern them in a spir
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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, An. 11 (UPI) Rack up another
win for Willie.
Only this time ft was Willie Kirkland who sup supplied
plied supplied the blow that won the game and increased the
Giants' lead to two full games in the National League

race.
Actually San Franelsee's 8-1 vic victory
tory victory over St. Louis yesterday was
i team effort a team of Willies.
Willie Mays drove in the first
run Willie McCovey the second
and Kirkland the winning marker.
The Giants, if you'll pardon the
pun, won the game In wild-and-
Willie h anion
Larry Jackson had them shut out
-. I UJ 4A until thp
on five hits and led, 2-0, until the
ninth. Leon Wagner stanea inc
rally with a pinch single and Jim
Davenport followed with another
tingle. Maya then singled home the
first run.
That brought in Dean Stone, who
tot McCovey to hit an infield
grounder. In an attempt to make
a play at the plate, however the
Cardinals missed Davenport and
McCovev was safe at first.
Ernie Broglio relieved Stone ana
struck out Orlando Cepeda but
Kirkland slammed a double that
cored Mays and gave the Giants
their fifth victory in the last six
games. Stu Miller, second of three
Giant pitchers, was the winner.
The Cards put man en second
and third In the last of the ninth
with ene out but Mike McCormick
pitched his way out of the am
with a ftrlkaout and a same-ending
Inf laid out.
K was the only game scheduled
fa the National League.
In the 'American League, the
Yankees tied the score with four
runs in the ninth and then scored
three more hi the 10th to beat trie
Red Sox, 7-4, for their fifth straight
while the Indians topped the Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 6-4. They were the only
games scheduled.
Frank Sullivan, the Red Sox
tarter, retired 16 men in a row
before the Yankees capitalized on
two errors to tie the score at 4-4
to the ninth. Two walks and a sin single
gle single by Elston Howard gave the
Yknks their first run and errors by
Gene Stephens and Pumpsie Green
accounted for the second one.
Hector Lopei singled home the
Godwin Moore
Gives Baseball Talk
Al Paraiso Tonight
Former ballplayer Godwin
(Blackie) Moor will give
talk on baseball before an au audience
dience audience composed mostly of
youngsters at the St. Joseph
Parish Ha tonight at I p.m.
Moore, at present a coach
for the champion Sugar Kings
f the Panama Professional
League, starred as an 'field 'fielder
er 'fielder for Panama during the 1W8
Olympic Games held at the
National Stadium.
His talk will follow a show showing
ing showing of films of Mm 158 World
Series game.
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third run and aiter Lto Kiely
took ever for ulllvan, Norm
Siebern singled home Mie tying
run. The Yankeios scored their
three runs In the 10th on two
wa Iks and singled by Yogi Berra,
Howard and LopWi.
Whitey Ford pitched the last two
innings and gained his 12th victo-

ry against six djefeats
ur&l Ihp lnKM..
Al senron
was the loser
The victory m
jved the Yankees
into undisputed
ssession of third
Dlace.
Rnrkv Co avit
was the big man
in Cleveland's w
over Kansas Ci-
tv. which has ni
lost seven in a
row. Colavlto c
llected four of the
Tribe's 12 hits,
including his 33rd
homre of the season.
Cal Mcusn wni me nrsi seven
innings,, gavft,, up two runs ana
eight of Kansas (City's 11 hits, to
post his 14th Victory in 19 decisions.
Mike Garcit wak routed, in a two
nm pi phth-lnninS Tally and Jack
Harshman monpied Bp. Reliever
... A 1!. 'iL
Rip coieman suiterea nis mnm
loss compared frith two victories.
By winning, the Indians climbed
within 2 1-1 games of the idle first first-place
place first-place White Sox.i
Fifteer.::i fedor
Gored b 16:Day
Run Q( C:iluck
MADRlfr (UPn-Tb 15th ma matador
tador matador to pe gored" in fantastic
16-day run of baduucl&in Spanish
bull rings Jougbt Hor pis life to today,
day, today, h t
The bullfighter, I Jose (Josele)
Rodriguez, f 22, was Jin Valencia
hospital. Sunday, 1W faced his
two bulls bravely, but bravery
was not enough. One of them
gored him -severely1. Iv i
The goring was thh Utest in a
record bneaking String of bad
luck encounters injthe Vbull ring
lottery." Th long fist of those in injured
jured injured in the 'past lp days included
the two most ecofmpUshed mata matadors
dors matadors in theV; worlfd, Lull Miguel
Dominguin and Antonio Ordonez.
"It is only bad -.luck," said
Dominguin' i brother, Domingo,
one of the ring toj managers.
Domingo Domiiftguin guides the
careers of hlrbVother nd Ordo Ordonez,
nez, Ordonez, who is : ftrother-ta-law of
the Dominguin.
"We're just' lift Bad period,"
said the manager. "It is like a
lottery in whicfc IB pUj- One
never knows. i
Up until Juljr 75, the bullfight bullfighting
ing bullfighting season ha? 1 gone along un uneventfully,
eventfully, uneventfully, so fair as ring injuries
were concerned. From the open
ing of the season until then, 45
fighters were hurt. That was
about average, i
Then horned lightning struck.
In little more fhan two weeks 15
fighters fell io .'the sand, gored by
pain-blinded btjills.
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G AB R
107 434 81
105 332 43
109 437 74
109 458 89
109 434 72
100 359 69
109 406 59
109 416 69
111 414 63
107 398 77

H Pet.
159 .366
113 340
140 .320
144 .314
136 .313
112 .312
126 .310
128 .308
127 .307
122 .307

Aaron, Mil.
Cun'ham, St. L.
Temple, Cinci.
Pinson, Cinci.
Cepeda, S. F.
Gilliam, L. A.
White, St. L.
Banks, Chicago
Boyer, St. L.
Robinson. Cinci.
American League
Kuenn, Detroit
97 382 67
104 333 50
94 363 63
110 452 59
107 416 67
107 431 84
132 .346
110 .330
118 .326
146 .323
130 .313
131 .303
Woodling, Balti.
Kaline, Detroit
Fox, Chicago
Runnels, Boston
Power, Cleve.
Maris, K. C.
Miiioso, Cleve.
Jensen, Boston
Tuttle, K. C.
Berra, N. Y.
82 312 52
94.300
108 416 67
107 386 75
104 383 60
94 333 47
123 .296
111 .288
109 .285
95 .285
Runs Batted Tn
NATION- LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs 102
Robinson, Reds 90
Aaron, Braves 9
Bell, Reds
Cepeda, Giants T6
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators 86
Colavito, Indians 85
Jensen, Red Sox 81
Malzone, Red Sox 73
Maxwell, Tigers "1
Home Runs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators 35
Colavito, Indians 33
Allison, Senators 27
Lemon, Senators f
Jensen, Red Sox 2
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Mathews. Braves 31
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants ZJ
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated en 14 ar Mora Decisions)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet
Shaw, White Sox
McLish, Indians
11
14
12
.786
.737
.706
.688
.682
Pannas. Orioles
Mossi, Tigers .
11
15 'I
Wynn, White sox
national LEAGUE
Face, Pirates J
Antonelli, uianis
Drysdale, Dodgers ... 15 -J
Law, Pirates 12 7 .63Z
Newcombe, Reds ... 10 6 .6Z5
GUNLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
Walter Johnston, Cristobal Gun
Club's outstanding Skeet shot of
the season, went way out in front
again at the after-dark session
of Aug. 5 by precisely shattering
every target in his "misery"
round.
"Nobby" Keller and George
Lopp were .the only others any-
iuha near Walter's Ditch of de-
structiveness, both knocking 21
out of the sky.
Other shooters' scores fail to
reflect the unique pleasure af afforded
forded afforded all by the flood lit chal challenge
lenge challenge to nerve and eye:
F. Chollar 20
J Kueter 19
C. Hayward (410) 17
J. Mitchell 14
Dr. Snyder U
Next shotgunning occurs per
regular schedule, 4:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, Aug. 12.
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CRASH LANDING Aa his racing car awree4v eraadly. through the air, Hani Hermann
crouched dazedly on the track during the German Grand Prix in Berlin. The automobile
went out of control, note the wheel at right, yet the home-grown driver was only a lightly
injured. Jean Behra ot France died after hit mount skidded and slammed into a flagpole.

Dunlop Golf Championship
To Begin Aug. 24 at Panama

By TED WILBBR
The VII annual Dunlop Golf
Championships, the oldest club
tournament of the Panama,
Gold Club, will start me weak
of Aug. 24, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement of the Tournament
Committee yesterday. Tha tour tournament
nament tournament will ba sponsored by
the Doel Agencies, of Panama
City.
The annual Dunlop Golf Tour
ney, considered one of the most
Dooular of the club tourneys at
the Panama Course, had a rec record
ord record 107 entrants for qualifications
in the 1958 tournament, and it :s
possible that this number will be
exceeded this year.
Qualifications for the tourna tournament
ment tournament will .start immediately, and
will end Sunday, Aug. 23. There
will be two men's flights, the
championship flight including
players with handicaps of from
0 through 11, and the first flight
including players with handicaps
of from 12 through 24.
WOMEN'S PLIGHT OPEN
The women's flight, completely
different than ever before, will
be open to all women players on
the Isthmus, from every club.
Handicaps of the women players
will be those from their home
club.

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Amado Credidio, with a 12-meet
suspension for crossing Marcelita
with Soberano in the homestretch
during Sunday's third race, topped
the list of jockeys suspended djftr
the weekend.
Victor Tejada got four meets for
crowding Bugaba with Zia immed immediately
iately immediately atfer the start of Sunday's
fourth race.
Owner-trainer Jose M. Quintero
and jockey Homero Hidalgo were
slapped $25 fines each for not re reporting
porting reporting that Tatin had been af affected
fected affected by a defective horseshoe
after the animal performed poorly.
The following week Tatin beat the
same field of horses in an upset.
Hidalgo rode Tatin on both occa occasions.
sions. occasions. 1
Trainer Arturo Phillips got a $10
fine for using defective gear on
Consta.ntino, causing a delay of the
start of Sunday's tenth race.
Baudouin, Evening Star, Pocas
Pilchas, Porro and Mellizo have all
been suspended by the track's vet
erinarian because of various leg
ailments.
oOo
A small field of five nativat
have baan entered for the $2,000
addad one mile Antonio Anguiio Anguiio-la
la Anguiio-la Classic which will be run this
coming.Sunday. Unbeaten two-year-old
Kazan will gat hit stern sternest
est sternest fast to date If he goes in this
race.
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The prizes In the- 1959 Dunlop
tournament will include a trophy
for the winner and runner-up in
each flight, and a trophy for the
medalist in each flight.
In addition, the tournament will
sparkle with additional awards to
be made by the sponsor of the
tournament, to be awarded for
unusual happenings, such as ea eagle
gle eagle scores, high number of bird bird-leg
leg bird-leg per round of 18 holes, or the
same for 9 holes, etcetera.
These surprise awards will be
selected, and announced, before
the tournament commences.
TOURNAMENT REGULATIONS
Qualifying rounds will be at 18
holes of play, and will be at med-
:al play. All macthes in the. tdtir-
nament will be at match play, of
18 holes duration, except the fi final
nal final round in each of the three
flights, which will be -at 36 holes
of play.
No matches may be postponed
during the tournament except
wih, the expreSsr apprbval of,: 'the
Chairman of the Tdurnament
Committee. "Once a round is start started,
ed, started, it must be completed unless
the course is declared 'closed' by
the Tournament Committee.
Any player unable to play his
match by the required time shall
be defaulted by his opponent. In
Esteban, Nirvana, Titita and La
dy Edna are the others nominated
for this annual blue ribbon event.
Esteban, Nirvana and Kazan are
all owned by the Eleta brothers'
Haras San Miguel.'
Antonio (Toiiin) Anguizola Jr.
will be the track's guest of honor
and will present a silver trophy to
the owner of the winning thorough thoroughbred.
bred. thoroughbred.
oOo
JuHo-Jimenez Jr., who fell off
Loberia in Saturday's second race,'
suffered a fractured elbow bone
and will be out of action for sever several
al several months.
oOo
Betting at the President Renyon
racetrack was about "par" with a
total of $124,865 wagered on the
two days of the weekend. Saturday
$57,850 were bet while $67,015 pass
ed through the pari-mutuel ma
chines on Sunday.
oOo
Jose M. Bravo, son of the great
Jose (Paco) Bravo and also who
rode Apache to victory in the 1956
$5,000 added Christmas Classic for
natives, is back in Panama" after a
successful campaign at Mexico U
ty's Hipodromo de las Americas.
oOo
Saturday's main event at the local
racetrack will be the Costa Kioan
Union Club Handicap. Ramon Agui-
lar Castro, president of the Union1
Club of Costa Rica, and other
members of the hoard of directors
will be-the racetrack's guests of
honor.
oOo
According to a reliable source,
Mi Dasee is still tha property of
the Caballerlia Caronta. Last
week it was erroneously Reported
that tha classy Argentine racer
had baan bought by sportsman
Louis Martins for $4,000 cash.
oOo
Other. reports from the same
source indicate that two of the best'
horses now stabled at tne Jrrew Jrrew-dentRemon
dentRemon Jrrew-dentRemon racetrack will be ship shipped
ped shipped abroad soon.
Track champion Q u i A ico is
scheduled to be sent to Venezuela
while the owners of the speedy Bob
plan to. take him to the United
States. This: bit or news is sure ip
disappoint many fans who alreadv
had been .speculating on ine.posn
ble outcome of a tangle amon amon-Quidico,
Quidico, amon-Quidico, vastly Improved Mi D
seo and Bob and impressive new
comer Pretorial.
The latter stepped six furlongs
in 1:11 4-5 .fastest time of the year
for that distance, in his debut last
Saturday.

1

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the event both players are una-
ble to play their match by the
required Ume, a double default
shall be scored.
All match play will be with 8-4
of the difference In handicaps.
In the event of a, tie after 18
holes of play (or 36 holes in the
final rounds) the 'sudden death'
method,, of determining the win winner
ner winner shall apply if the handicaps
of '"both players are the same.
If the difference in handicaps
oi tne players is even, 9 more
holes shall be played. If the dif difference
ference difference in handicaps is odd, they
shall play 18 more holes to deter determine
mine determine the winner,
One round will be played each
week, starting August 24, and
each round will end the following
Sunday evening.
Drawings fos the -pairings will
De neia the evening of Aug. 23
at the Panama Golf Club.
C.Z. Teeners
2-2 In Thriller
CZ Teeners
020 000 0002
000 101 0002
W'boro A. S.
By MARK BRANDON
In a game called at the end of
nine innings because of darkness,
the CZ VFW : Teeners and the
Waynesboro All Star Pony Leag
uers battled each other on even
terms for two extra innings.
The CZ VFW Teeners scored all
their runs in the second inning dur
ing which they put together their
only, sustained hitting streak dur during
ing during the game.
Reichart led off with a single to
left,., Brandon singled sharply over
third with Reichart holding second.
Smith grounded to the infield with
Reichart scoring and Brandon mov
ing to third on the out. Dick Ness,
catcher, then lined to center to
score Brandon for the final CZ run
of the game.
Worden French started for the
CZ Teeners and went seven in innings,
nings, innings, giving up two runs on two
hits and whiffed four. Robert For Fortune
tune Fortune relieved in the eighth and
'gave up no hits and struck out
four. Dick Ness was battery mate
for both pitchers.
David Embly went all the way
for the Waynesboro Pony League
All Stars and shut out the CZ VFW
Teeners after the second inning. In
the sixth the Waynesboro boys
scored on an unearned run after
John Lower -walked and stole sec second
ond second and came home on a combina combination
tion combination infield and outfield error to tie
ip the ball game.
The CZ, we "it wel1 accord according
ing according to the, report received late last
night and are 'having a ball.' They
will play a scheduled twilight game
,at Latrobe, Pa. today.
Earned runs: CZ VFW Teeners
2; Waynesboro 1.
NEAR MISS
VAXJO, Veden (UPI)-When
Sweden's Ban Waern beat Brian
Hewsoti of Britain in the 1,000
meter even tin: ah international
track -meet here Sunday, he
missed by only tc-ne tenth of a
second of tieing his own world
record of '2:18.1. In other events,
Ray Ndrton- of Oakland, Calif.,
won the 100-meter dash, Jirri
Graham of Tuts, Okla., the pole
vault 'and Warren Crawley "of
Farmfogtoffl Mich., the 110-meter
high hurdles'.' '
ODAY ENCANTO 35-20
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Today's Gaines
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2)
Los Angeles at Chicago
San Francisco at St. Louis (N)
Yesterday's Result
(Night Came)
San Francisco 000 000 008 3 1
St. Louis 001 010 0002. I 0
S. Jones. Miller (5-R1 XfcCnr.
mick and Landrith
Jackson (9-11), Stone, Broglio
anu ismun.
No other games scheduled!
WINS AUTO RACB
KARLSKOGA, Sweden fUPIV-
Stirling Moss of Britain won the
Swedish international auto "can "canon
on "canon race" Sunday in a Cooper
Monaca. he race was divided in
30 laps of 3.000 meters each.
Moss' winning time was 50:02.8
minutes.

Elks Basketball Leagui

0
Friday's game was a thriller
for Balboa. High marked was
Perantie leading his team with
23 points runner-up was Lomba Lomba-na
na Lomba-na with a sure 18. There was ex excitement
citement excitement up to the 2nd half, then
the slaughter began. With the
team work Balboa displayed
they deserved winning the game.
BALBOA "E" LBAGUI

Player FO FT PF TOT
Harned 2 2 .4
Perantie 0 9 9 0
Brogie 1 19 3
Douglas B. 0 0 9 0
Douglas T. 113 3
Brennan 0 0 9 0
Doherty 2 9 9 4
Thompson 0 1 11
Torals 8 8 i 15
Player FG FT PF TOT
D. Watkins 10 9 2
Zorner 0 0 19
Smith 0 0 3 9
N. Watkins 1113
Parsons 0 12 1
Bell 0 12 1
Catron 6 0 1 12
Dunn 10 0 8
Totals 9 8 10 3

GAMBOA "E" LEAGUE
BALBOA "C" LEAGUE
Player
Perantie
Lombana
Wheeler
Monroe
Totals
FO FT PF TOT
11 1 1 23
8 2 0 18
.3 0 0 8
2 0 2 24
24 3 3 51
GAMBOA "C" LEAGUE
Player
N. Watkins
Parsons
Bell
Dunn
D. Watkins
Totals
FG FT PF TOT
7
0
1
' 3
0
11
14
1
2
6
24
BALBOA "B" LEAGUE

Player FG FT PF TOT
Chase 4 1 2 9
Rager 0 9 0 0
Bowman 4 12 9
Fitz Gerald 10 12
Ashton 6 1 3 13
Corrigan 2 2 3 4
Hanson 4 12 9
Totals 21 8 13 48
ANCON "B" LEAUGE
Player FG FT PF TOT
Horton 5 0 2 10
Aseron D. 4 0 4 8
Aseron T. 0 111
Osbourne 10 2 2
Altman 10 3 2
De la Guardia 1113
Major 10 2 2
Totals 13 2 15 28

Even though Anton's "E"
Laegue had four players Balboa
still played a striving game.
Harned, high scorer dumped 6
buckets for Balboa. Ancon was
playing with terrific team work
up to the 2nd half it was a de
clsive game, tor Balboa was
missing many shots. Finally Bal
boa pulled through with an up
setter. Harned pushed rthe bas
kets for 4 more points which
lead to a victory.
The box scores:
BALBOA "E" LEAGUE
Player
Harned
Doherty
FG FT PF TOT
8 1 4 13
1 1

American Learnt

TIAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
New Yer
Baltimore
Detroit
Kansas City
Boston
Washington
W L Pet. SB
44 42 J11
45 44 .516 2Vk
54 54 J09 11
55 55 .505 llVhvl
54 M .42 14
52 59.. 441 15Vk.
50 41 m 1714
44 4t; J 14
Today's Game Game-New
New Game-New York at Boston J
Cleveland at Kansas City (N) 7
Chicago at Detroit (N) i
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday'a Reanltg (
Night Game)
New York 000 000 004 3 7 11 1
Boston 100 201 000 04 15 1
,oLAr,en!, ates B1vlck, Ford.
(12-6) and Berra.
Sullivan, Delock, Schroll (1-L
Chittum and White.
(Night Game)
Cleveland 000 113 100-6 12
Kansas City1 000 000 2204 11 I
McLiah (14-5), Garcia Harsh.
man and Nixon.
Herbert, Coleman (2-9), Dick Dickson,
son, Dickson, Sturdivant, Tsitouris and
House.
No other games scheduled 1
Perantie
Douglas T.
Douglas B.
Brogie
Brennan
Totals
10 8 15 23
ANCON "E" LEAGUE
Player
FO FT PF TOT
Moses
Hay
Yuzna
Burda
i i :, s
S 9 9
Totals
I IT,
BALBOA "C LEAGUE
Player
P FT PP TOT
10
Kat
Lombana
4 3 3
I 1
8 9 0
19 2
10
V
o
2
Wheeler
Dalhoff
Monroe
Totals
4 T W
BALBOA "C" LEAOUB)'1
Player
Moses
FG FT PF TOT
3 13 ?
McConney
Coy
Warland
Salteris
Adams
Totals
10 1 5 21
Archie, Durelle
T
End Training
In Peak Shape
MONTREAL fTTPn
light-heavyweight champion Arch-' 4
ie Moore and ehalUn
Durelle ended their stiff training
schedules today and concentrated
"Km exercises, a good indica
tion mat both were in nv ...
dition for tomorrow nipht'. i
round title fight at the Montreal
rorum.
With onlv 48 hour, tn

the official weigh-in, both cham
pion and contender confined- ;

themselves to licht drills t th.

St. Jean Baptiste gym, the train'
ing headquarters shnreH k ih. t-

On Sunday, after Moor.
out lightly, Jack Reams! Moore'g-

manager, announced that Agelese
Archie had completed his training
for the title re-match &inn,

champion often has been Vnmw

to work hard unUl fight day hV ; '-self,
self, '-self, his decision to stop now 11 '' f
dicated peak condition' and
weight hovering just arouhd thf

no pouna mark. ,rr

Kearns told United Pre TnfMk
national Sunday night that Ikm'
weighed "around 174 and wt
don't expect tnv trouble at tK"
official weigh-in on Wednesday."
uurcue, aiso appeared to bar
aruunu me weignt limit. Tht
fighting fisherman from Baie St

Ann, N.B., completed his training;
during the week end and waava cu
scheduled for a light drill today-

and 'Tuesday. t;
Durclle's manager, Chris Sha Sha-ban,
ban, Sha-ban, said his boy is in far better
condition now than a few daya.
before the Dec. 10 fight when ha
floored Moore four times before
being stopped in the 11th round

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Eleven Canal ZoheSwim Records Fall at Junior Olympic Meet
5

tCTJDAT, AUGUST tt, 1X9

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Girls C ra ck Five, Boys 2
While 4 Team Marks Fall

Delamater's Vet Hoopsters Lead CZ Government Loop

TIAM STANDINGS

Moving with dinotaurian speed
and perspicacity to match, our
boxing lolont ar ndw boldly
greed that the moment hit come
when they ought to learn some some-thini
thini some-thini ibout the Pafcterson-Johtns.

it heavyweight promotion of

June 26.
' It appears there U some con confusion
fusion confusion is to the financing of the
Affair, and th promotional per personnel
sonnel personnel as well. There are other
murky areas about which our ad admirably
mirably admirably alert solons now express
Intense curiosity. One of these
insinuates the improper applica application
tion application of ; muscle in th distribution
af th spoils.
r Of course, it is the responsibil

ity of the solons to inquire fully

Into all matters pertinent to a
.promotion befote issuing a per per-mit,
mit, per-mit, especially the character and
financial stability of the gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen immediately involved... but,
then, who daws risk the terrible
Ire of Cus D'Amato in the fight
world?
Boxing commissions don't tell
D'Amato what to do. he tells
them, or there's no fight. In fact,
he threatened to pull the cham

pionship out of New York when

our solons. having no niausime
.or palatable choice, declined to

license one of his stooges as
Johansson's American manager,
a 10 per center, the Swede wps
compelled to accept as a condi

tion .to his gettins the match..
Our solons would have saved
themselves murh embarrassment
and quite possibly cut the saw sawdust
dust sawdust Caesar down to size, if they

had acted more like men than

LKi'ce. For this wan not his first

offense against whatever ethics
the rowdy old Sport professes.
Earlisr in the year, when Brian
iandOn engaee in a soft shoe
Inte with Patterson id Indians Indians-pelii,
pelii, Indians-pelii, another of D'AmatO's pals
wis in the Britisher's corner. The
leeal salons seemed more amus amused
ed amused thn Abashed.
If the charges Bill Rosensohn
made in Sports Illustrated, and
presumably repeated in theDA's

Lpfft'-e, are to be believed. D'A

mato ngurea in an even more ex

pansive muscle oneration in the
Patterson-Johansson fight.. .so ex-

jans've, aceordin? to Rosensohn,
mat he. the promoter, wound no

with only a third of his own show.

THEY LOST CAST!

stance, uUft ir ser indication!
that D'Amato, contrary to com commission
mission commission regulations, was an ac active
tive active participant in the promotion.
How else could "Patterson's en

terprises," his, and his fighter's

The CZ. swimmer who quali qualified
fied qualified to swim in the Junior Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Short course Swimming Meet
turned in sizzling performance

property, have been in a polUoni"0L"w" i-"""-'
to assign TV. radio and otherl r M,0Pfla were

splashed out of existence and four-

rights to another party?

xi' our solons were not aware

teen new marks were chalked up

of D'Amato's duality of interests j for digUactl not previously n4v-

it was simply because they made

no effort to check. Either tnat,
or they were so pathetically eag eager
er eager to keep the fight here they
chose not to. This may also ex explain
plain explain why they remained mute
when TV was sold for $300,000 as
against a recorded bid of $450,000,
this at a proportionate loss in tax
dollars to the state.
In the impending investigation
...which, in large pert, promises
to be a review of their own delin delinquencies.
quencies. delinquencies. ..our solons will get a
fhance to regain aome of their

ing any established recorot vn

the book.
SIVIN INDIVIDUAL
HI CORD! SIT
Seven new individual record
were set,, and four wimmer who

really burned up the course our

100 yd. free style (girl 11 and
12), l)x Linda Benton (time:

M), 2) Mamyn nets, l) Vi Vi-n
n Vi-n Koian.

300 Yd. tree atyie (boy u and

14). 1) Dirk Van Loon (time:2: (time:2:-il.'i),
il.'i), (time:2:-il.'i), 1) DanDanforth.
24 Yd. breast (boy io and un under),
der), under), l) Judy Summerford (time:
22.1), t) Jehn fattier, i) Irian
PUiiance.
25 yd. breast (girls io and un under)
der) under) 1) Lora Autsea (time: 23.4)
2) ?at Haanagan, D live Sei Sei-lens.
lens. Sei-lens. 40 Yd. breast (boys 11 and 12)
1; ftoark Summerford (it me:
42,1), i) Dick Dugan, 3) ieb surr

M Yd. breast (gin n and 12)

Team

De.amater
iFiynn

Gayer
Rney

W L Pet.
10 g .555
9 .500

ing the meet were Mike ttudtc.rn a..u it a

Harry vanioon, Danielle jUmi fc1er xhoma. I) Marilyn Am.

ana urace rigy,ro, an d- inn Yd. hrtttt (boys 13 and 14)

ing c. z r. cords by a large mar margin.
gin. margin. Other individual record

tweaking performances wera turn

lost prestige. They may even,ed in by Chariene Grave, susan
drasiicilly decide that boxing t oairK and Helen George.

regulations ought to be respected
by one and all ... including th
swaggering D'Amatos. j

ers. and his twin brother, Edgar, win'' to stay in coinentian, ,iur

Kouraney with 9 points. 'the league's aea.on cDampiojuktp

Dick Gayer s Execs dropped

Surging from last place just
three weeks ago, BUI Dels mater t
Veurint took undisputed first
place in the Canal Zone Govern
mem Baiketball League as the
Zonite 'hoopsters entered their fi final
nal final week o season's play.
The Veteran five displayed a
fine fast-break offense combined
with the league's only zone type
of defense to rack up four
straight victories and knock the
former league leaders, A b d i e 1
Flynn't Vagabond eut ef the
coveted top position.

The Exec' Roy Culbreth

Flynn's Vagabonds into a second
place tie and -ssured th Veter-

9 9 .JJOitns of undisputed first piace oy

.444 ; iroDD,ne "Aboev s friends' bv a

I6b& score. This margin of victo
ry (20 poin's) was the greatest
thia season that the former
lea2ue leaders have suffered.
Hitting at a consistent high per
centage, The F.xecs had ;. 52-38
dge at the end of the third quar quarter
ter quarter and wen on in w;n a walk walkaway
away walkaway as the league's leading
scorer Roy Culbreth led his
mates in this important victory
with IS points (or the evening's
play. He was closely followed by
teammMe icV Gayer with 14
points and Murphy Green w:'r
13 markers.

POUR RILAY
RICORDS BROKIN

Certainly, the chairman, Gen.

Celvin Krulewitch, can take no
nrlde in the fact that this is the
first commission in many years
under wh'ch the fighters hid to
wait for their pay. ..and, for that
matter, are still waiting.

THE SWEDE CAINS
How this latest stink bomb a a-monn
monn a-monn the cauliflowers may effect
the proposed return match is Gus
H. Fan's orincipsl interest. Much
depends On what comet out of
the two oronged orylngs, the
DA' and the commission's, and
these 'hings cn consume time
as well as sports space.
If, s we have gOOd rson to
be'ieve, JOhanSsdn is not parti particularly
cularly particularly anxious to defend his
champion,sh'n before next sum summer,
mer, summer, and moreover, is not alto altogether
gether altogether disinterested in a changed
promotional setup, the xplosive
ruckus can give him no concern
In the least.
On the contrary, the Swede may
attempt to make capital of it,
dictate stiffer terms, exert a
more authoritative voice... "after
all, if this is the way thev con conduct
duct conduct boxing in America, a foreign

er must protect himself'.'. ..and if

he should be looking for an ex

cuse to switch promotional hors hors-Apart
Apart hors-Apart from these charges, which es, he could scarcely ask for a
tty or, may no hve any sub- better onrs

RES

JiAJOR LEAGUE ORGANIZES
POR 1959-60 SEASON
The Major Bowling League, old oldest
est oldest continuous league on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, under the leadership of ftol ftol-lie
lie ftol-lie Glieehman, president and Bud
Baleer, "bowler-of-the-year" and
geeretary, had Its organizational
'meeting at the Diablo Bowling Cen Center
ter Center and made up the rosters of

tight teams that will compete ev every
ery every Tuesday evening at the Diablo
lines.
The league will open Sept. 8 and
teams that take onto the hoards
will have bowlers, ranging from
15 to the top 191 established aver averages.
ages. averages. The span in team averages
Is five pins with the. top five having
a total of 871 and low 866.
TUm MAiMWehin et that 1Q 0110 IB

ITlrom all walks of endeavor on the

Isthmus, and civilians and person personnel
nel personnel from the various branches of

military service will form the nu nucleus
cleus nucleus of the circuit.

Wynn s Friction Proofing, will

have Phil Vescio, Tony Damian,

ndBruce Hassler. Maxwell Lin-

denberg and Sal Laquidara to de

fend last year's championsnio. rnu
Vescio and Bruce Hassler are re

peaters from last year's Major
Lteaiue roster, whereas Damian,

Llnflennerg ana L,aquiuarg me new.
to the loop. However, Damian is
not new -to the Diablo lanes be because
cause because he rolled for the Champions
of the Classic League. Tny l inden
berg his been bowling in Clayton
md Balboa Mixed Leagues. Laqui Laquidara
dara Laquidara comes from Fort Kobbe Keg Keg-ling
ling Keg-ling Korners.
Viceroy will replace the Lucky
Strike quintet and is headed by the
last bowler who hit 300 on the Isth-

Snus, Joe (Pepe) Damian. Number

two man will he Ted AiDritton. ii
Ted' injured knee does not bother
him, Ted will be a. big help. A
Mwcomer, Strunz, will make his
bow in the league. "Tato" Sama Sama-niego,
niego, Sama-niego, Jho had a rough year in
1958, wll endeavor to stage a
comeback. An old veteran of local
bowling, George Winquist, com completes
pletes completes the roster.
Pan Imperial will have a spirited
clnh and one that Will be heard

Coth vocally and by their pinfall.

Headed by Mac Lane, number two
hoice in last year's poll for

"bowlej-of-the-year," will have Joe
Burgoo who does his best on the
Diablo .Lanes. Thia team will show

iff two southDaw Regiers in tne

nersona of genial Tony Luttenber

er and Charlie Ehrenberg. Both

I thus lefties r capable of ex

ploding with that big game. And
In their fifth man, Bob Novey of

Panama, Pan Imperial will have a
Hark horse who fa apt to roll ten
pint over his entry average.
H. I. Homajias Bud Baker, the
highest ranking bowler on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus who will try to auide Homa to

,!th crown. Bud will place hit 101

average on the line and if his team
starts clicking, Bud's average will
zoom because he is one of the top top-notch
notch top-notch "clutch" bowlers. This team
could go all the way, because Joe
Bieber, Ray Schneider and Ski
Prusinowski were on the upward
swing when the season ended last
year. The fifth man, Curly Bates
has been having a good summer

season in Balboa, if the four roll

their average, Balcer is capable

of coming up with that big game

to clinch the flag.

RC Ne-Hi The first three mem members.
bers. members. Jorge Soto, Art Graham and
Al Kaelin are old pros to the Ma Major
jor Major League. If the two rookies,
Crothers and Jansen, lifvup tn
their advance notices the club will
have a well-balanced five. Bowler
Jansen migrates from the Atlantic
side, where he bowled on the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita laens. His average is ex expected
pected expected to go up at least ten pins
because of the change. Bowler

Crothers is from the Army circuit,

and .generally those that bowl lr

Diablo find their average imoroves

over the military lanes. So having
two bowlers, who bring averages

from lanes other than Diablo, the

RC Ne-Hi tea mshould be in the

rdnning.

Seymour Agency -will feature

Dick Soyster who specializes in the

puick-up of 7-10 splits and who is

noted for his fast ball. The Pins fly

when Dick smacks them. Next in
line will be Del Charters, young in

years but one of the old timers in

point of service in the league. A

great deal will pe expected from

Ronnie King, one of the better

bowlers of the Navy in the l.Mh

Naval District. Andy Hinely, who

rolled on last year's championship

souad, is the fourth member, and
all four rolled in the loon last year.
The only stranger on the team will
be Lou Glud, low man on the team
with a 167 figure.
Fuerza y Luz Andy Fistonich,
an employe of the i sponsor for
whom he rolls, has surrounded
himself with a strong potential
squad Bob Toland, Bill Allen,
George Metzger and Lou Lheurex.
Last year Toland had an off sea season
son season and yet he finished with 184
average. Bob has vacationed from
bowling this summer but is confi confident
dent confident he will regain his 1957 form
when he was one of the nottes'
bowlers on the Isthmus. In Bill Al Allen,
len, Allen, the power and light company
haa a solid dependable bowler, and
cigar smoking George Metzger wlV
be a silent member at far as vocal
outputs are fsticcrned, but will be
heard plenty as far a the pins are
concerned. The Frenchman, Lou
L'Heurex, hails from Albrook,
where he Is connected with the
Latin American School.
Pan-Am Jets have been installed
as the pre season favorites. The
league president, Rollie Gleichman,
headt thia powerful team. He hat

Four relay teams broke loose
to change the time in the books
for the 200 yd. free style ieiy
(girls 13 and 14), 200 yd. free
style relay (boys 15 and it), 200
Yd. medly relay (girls 13 and 14)
and the 200 Yd. medly relay (girls
15 and 16).
GIRLS DOMINATE MEET
The girl swimmers dominated
the meet claiming fiv of the in individual
dividual individual CZ. rord brown com compared
pared compared to two new individual C z.
records 4t by the bftyt. T
girl hustled t6 break three re re-lay
lay re-lay record a the bett tne boy
ceul4 do wa to break ally tU
of the existing reiy record.
The reiultt:
50 Yd. free style (h6yt 13 4Afl
14), 1) Marty Hoim (tim: hi)
2) Sam Wilkin. 3) Jim Manning.
50 Yd. free (tyle (girls 13 and
14) 1) Chariene Graves tlim:
29.0 new ('anal Zone record) V
Conchita Grave, 3) Nancy, Jator-ency.

SO Yd. free styleboys IS d
16), 1) Mike Budge (time: 2S.9)
2) Bob Mohl, i) Dan Miehaei.
50 Yd. free style (girls 15 and
16) 1) Danielle Warned (time:
29.8) 2) Terry Dunn.
25 Yd. free style (boys 10 and
under) 1) Duncan Summerford
(time 15.3) 2) David Bullock 3)

James Singer.

25 Yd. free style (girls 10 and

under) 1) Jn Wilson (time;

16.6) 2) Patty Brockmeytr, S) Lo

ra Russon.

50 Yd. fret style (boys 11 and

12) 1) Roark Summerford (time:
30.7) 2) Matt Manning, 3) Duke
Wilson.

50 Yd. free style (girls 11 and

12) 1) Susan Shirk (time: 32.2),

2) Nancy Chadwick (time: 32.2)

3) Vivian Kosan.
100 Yd. free style (girl 13 and

14), 1) Conchita Grtvet (tim:
1:17.6).
100 Yd free style (boy 13 and
14), l) Garth Fny (time: 1.61)
100 Yd. free atyie (boy 18 tad
16), 1) Harry Van Loon (time:
.58), 2) Bill Mohl, 3) Dan Michael.
100 Yd. free atyle (girl IS and
16) (No en trie)
100 Yd. free tyi (boy 11 and
12), 1) Duke Wilson (time: 1:17.8)
2) Gary Vaucher, 3) Matt Man Manning.
ning. Manning. The interview, broadcast hare,
was filmed a few hours earlier at
Johansson's hometown of Gote Gote-borg.
borg. Gote-borg. After the interview the tele television
vision television station showed film of the

boxing champion flying his sports

plane.

Inyo Says He Will
Fight Patterson
If Things In Order

STOCKHOLM (UPI) World

heavyweight boxing champion
Ingemar Johansson last night
said he -will fight Floyd Patterson
Scot. 22 "if everything it in or order."
der." order." But Johansson, who recently
took the title from the American
fighter, indicated in a television
interview that everything was far
from in order.
The champion said the men in
New York now trying to promote

the September fight "are worse
than their predecessors. . I will
not go to the United States yet."

"There is no reason for me to

go there. I am the world cham-
fion and they have to come here
f they want anything," Johansson
said.
He added, "I am very disap

pointed over the American condi conditions."
tions." conditions." Johansson was asked if he is

dickering with New York promot

er Bill Rosensohn, who staged the
first Patterson Johansson bout.
"Well, I cannot say anything
about that." said, the champion.

"He (Rosensohn) seemed honest

but things went wrong for him.

He now has the chance to put
everything in order again."

1) Dirk van Loon (time: 1.35.8)

t) Sam WHkin, 3) Jack Holcomb

100 Yd. brtat (girl 13 and 14)

1) xPat Daly (tim: 1:36.3), 2)
Jane Hearne, t) Nancy Morency.
200 Yd. breast (boys 15 and 16)
1) xTom Dugtn (time: 3:10.5) 2)
Tom Ebdon.
200 Yd. breast (girl IS and 19)
1) x Joyce Herring (time: 2:30.5)
25 Yd. butterfly (boys 10 and
unde)r, 1) Duncan Summerford
(time:l8.7), 2) Jody Summerford,
3) Dan Holcomb.
25 Yd. butterfly (girls 10 and
under), 1) Jane Wilson (time:
22.1), 2) Elva Sellem, 2) Darlene
Daly
50 Yd. butterfly (boys 11 and
12), 1) Duke Wilson (time: 41.6)
(Nw CZ. record), 2) Gary
vaucher.
100 Yd. butterfly (boyt 13 and
14) l) Marty MOlma (time:
l:ll.l)

166 Yd. buttarflt (girl is aad

14). i) ntien Gorge mme:
1 Ml- new C t raefttl)

16b Yd, butterfly (boy IS and

II 1) Mike Kuagt (time: 1:11.5)
(New C.I. recerdl 2) DOog Mr
Lean. 1

loo Yd. butterfly (girls IS and

id, i) None.
25 Yd. backstroke (boyt 10 tnd

under), 1) Dunvn Summtrtord
(time: 2Q.Q), 2) Steves Radel, 3)

Brian riist.
25 Yd. batktrkt (girls II aad
under). 1) Katie Gibbons tim:

22.3), 2) Wanda Bell, 3) Jean

Jtnse.
50 Yd. back flroke (boys 11 and
12), 1) Gerald Starr (time: 45.2)
2) Jim Davis. 2) Bob Wry.

50 Yd, backstroke (girls 11 and

12), IV Helen, MaOPing (Jimf:
31.7), il Bonnie Crowell, g) Rot-

lyn Rhode

100 Yd. biekarroke (boyt IS and

14). 1) Jerry Mann (time: 1:20.0)

2) Henry Shirk, 2) Garth Fteney.

100 Yd. backstroke (girls 13 and
14), 1) Grace Figueroa (time:
1:20.6) (new CZ. record)
100 Yd. backstroke (boyt IS and
16), 1) Jim Manning (time: 1: 1:-17.3)
17.3) 1:-17.3) 2) Tom Ebdon,

100 Yd. backstroke (girls IS and

16), i) Danielle Htrned (time-.

1:32.7) I
400 Yd. frit style (boyt IS and
10, 1) George Slaughter (time:

5(44.2).

100 Yd. Indiv. medily (boyt 10
and under), l) xJmes Singer
(time: 1:46.1)
100 Yd. Indiv. medley (girl 10
and under), 1) xJane Witlon
(time: 1:54.6), 2) Melaaie Wha Wha-len.
len. Wha-len. 200 Yd. Indiv. medley (boya 11
and-12), l) xRoark Summerford
(time: 3:10.2), 2) Gerald Starr,
3) Robert Starr.
200 Yd. Indiv. medley (girls 11
and 12), 1) xlinda Benton (time:
3:29.0), 2), Ginger Thomas, 3)
Sandra Mingin.
200 Yd. Indiv. medley (boyt 13
and 14), 1) xDirk Van Loon (time:
3:04.1), 2) Bob Danforth S) Paul
Starr: . I .
200 Yd. Indiv. medley (girlt IS
and 14), 1) xHelen, George (time:
3:38.1).
2O0 Yd. Indiv. medley (boyt 15
and 16), 1) Harry Van Leon
(time: 2:46.6) (new CZ. record)
200 Yd. Indiv. medley (girls 18
and IS), 1) DanielU H a r n e 4
(time: 3:11.1) (new CZ. rec record).
ord). record). 100 Yd. free atyle relay (hoys
10 and under), 1) xJody Summer Summerford
ford Summerford (time:, 1:05:4) 2) David Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, 3) James Singer, 4) Dan
Holcomb.
200 Yd. free style relay (girls

10 and under), 1) Vivian Kostn

(time: 2:12.3), 2) Helen Manning

3) Nancy Chadwick, 4) Susan

Shirk

200 Yd. free atyle relay (girls

13 ana 14), i) conchita Graves

(tim:e 2:06.7) (new CZ. record)

X) Nancy Morency, 8) Grace Fi
gueroa, 4) Chariene Graves.

200 Yd. free style relay (boys

i ana i, it jerry Mian (lime

con-...

tinued to ld the .individual ror- leading the loeing Vagabond?

er at he approaches the 40o'ln.' scoring column was
point level wHh two games i.i"Moss" Nesbitt with 14 point
malning on the regular seison!"1 Chsrley "Ref" Cirrstinl and
schedule. Edgar Kouraney with 11 points
ap ece in their losing cause.
Delamatlr's Veterans edged: Delamiler's Veterans will meet

Die ljveri Executives m the, Flynn's Vssahonds in a hishlv

first gsme of the week by a 72

69 acore with the victorious Vet's

scoring assauii cveniy aivuea be between
tween between George Tocherman and

speed-boy Ed Dens more with 16
points apiece and Bert Joyce and
Ed Murphy with 13 points each.
The losing Gayer quintet was
led in their scoring attack by
their ace newcomer M u r p h v
Green with 20 point! and their
league-leading scorer Roy Cul
breth with 17 markers.
The on-rushing Dels mater hoop hoopsters
sters hoopsters won their fourth straight
game by dumping Gary Rilev's
Gertts by a 65-60 score as $Vet
Wtlter Trout poured 26 points
through the hoop to lead his
chimpjonship-eager mates to vic victory.
tory. victory. TrOut was assisted in the
scoring by Ed Murthy will n
marker aad forward Bert Joyce
w'th io punts.
Leading the losing Gent five
in th scoring was Donny Alex Alexander
ander Alexander with 24 points, Jim ping
Danny Winklonky with 16 point
and guard Bob "Dribble" Best
with 1U markers. Riley's Cents
pulled treek's upset victory
ts therdrtpBed Flynn's Vag Vag-bondl
bondl Vag-bondl if a close, hard-fought af affair
fair affair byi 5551 score as the
0afeJak "Smiley" Ptrantie
pumald 19 points through the
netlto ltad hit mates to victo-

ryif
Closely following Perantie in
the scoring column for the victo victo-riout
riout victo-riout Rileymen was Johnny Mor Morris
ris Morris with 13 points and Danny Win Win-kloskv
kloskv Win-kloskv with 12 ooinls. The slump

ini. Vagabond hoopsters 'were led'
by their top scorer, "Moss" Nes Nesbitt.
bitt. Nesbitt. with 18 points, followed by
Otcar Kouraney with 16 mark-

imoortanl encounter this Monday

which the Flynn hoopsters "must1 Roy Culbreth tThi Gnnt'l ; Don

title. The 1959 seaaoa haa turnt
out to be one o tut mon-even
ly matched leasuia many
Government BasitelotB La a g ti e
season, with no one Uaaa dofni
nating the win column, W
Ony two gameg teparttl tht
league leaders rm the WlJr
dwellers s the league approach
e i s last week ef pKyifha tal
loting for the lengue'l All-LeiS'i
Team la. beei completed and
the im All-Govirnment aUlgue

Basketball Teanv.wilkba publish

ed at the end of the aeasoti .id

. . ' T i

ing tournament

ing gournament

Th. 19V) Annual CjZ. Govern

ment Basketball, Leagsi Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament 'i comraepeev An Auj;. 17
and will continua through' unf I
Aug. 1$ with at) games- .gluing
underway at T p.m. in th: B-1
hoa Gymnasium, Thi yr "there
is no definite tmirnarnent.j'lavor tmirnarnent.j'lavor-ite
ite tmirnarnent.j'lavor-ite as the tournament I champion
sh'p is definitely "up lfor! grab"
by all fnnr mrtlcWing teams
The individual teorma'' crown

ill i!nf'-"ir'it n'lfj th Exec's

Viexander and The Vagabond's
Ray Nesbitt in contention for
.i- coveted crown.
This week's scheduled: Monday,
!"iynn v. Delamater; Tuesday, B B-ley
ley B-ley v. Gayer; Wednesday, Flyun
v Riley; Thursday, Delamater
v. Gayer.

of, thi aeatptt- v

TOP SCORERS
Culbreth, Roy (G)
t..- -,v!er. Don (R )
Nsbi t. Rav (F)
ir'-M-ky. ban (R)
Tochrman, G. (D)
Trotit. 'alter im

j Joyce. Bert (D)
IPfan'i' .iark (R)

Gayer. Dirk (fi)
vr,, nScar (Ft
Psjak, Doug (fi)
Joyce. Bi'l (Fi

16 369
13 321
18 313
18 250
15 243
16 ?39
18 237
lfi "32
15 217
16 188
15 184
18 152

ADAMS ASSUMES DUTIES
WEST POINT. NY. (UPI) (UPI)-(l.
(l. (UPI)-(l. Emorv s. Adams Jr.. named
tn succeed Ear' (Red) Blaik as
Army atM-Hc director las' fall,
assumes lis new duties today.
Co!. Adams was an end on

Army's 1938 and 1939 football

m.

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In the foreground are the awards. TheiKASrgf 7. foe to

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Father Kerry, chaplain from Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe ,as his number two bowler.
Humbert De Luea and Raul Al-

varado from Panama both go ever

the 170 mark. Ed Lowanoe, who it
regaining hit touch, with' a few

break could roll ten- to fifteen- pins

over hit last season s average

When this team was announced, a
cry of "loaded" came from those

present at the meeting.

So that all teams may get aome
practice on the Diablo lanes prior

to the inaugunrai matches, the
Diablo Bowling Center will be open
evaningt ttarting Aug. 17.

1:54.1), i) Garth Feeney, 3) Sam
Wilkin. I) Marty Holmes.
200 Yd. free style relay (boys
15 and 18), 1) Tom Ebdon (time:
1:47.0) (new CZ. record) 2) Tom

Manning, 3) Mike Rudge, 4) Har
rr Van Loon

100 Yd. medley relsiV (girls 10

ana unoeri, l) xi-aura Kussnn

(time: 1:41.7) 2) Pat Hannagan

3) Sarah Pahimbo, 4) Melanie
Whalen.
200 Yd. medley relay (girls 13
and 14) 1) Grace Figueroa (time:
2:32.0) new CZ. record), 2) Pat

uaiy, a) Helen George, 4) Char
Jene Graves.

200, Yd. medley relay (boys 15
and 18). 1) xJames Mnn
(time: 2:11.2), 2) Tom Dugan, 3)

ueorge siaugmer, 4) Dan Mi
chief.

200 Yd. medley relay (girls 13
and 11), 1) Nancy Chadwick

(time: 2:39.1) (new CZ. record)

2) Joyce Herring, 3) Terry Dunn,

4) jane Hearne.
x New mark for distance no!
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Jack Sharkey Again
Gets Moore-Durelle
Bout Referee Job
r-iXTrnti 17 A T Am? 11 (UPI)
Former heavyweight champ on
Jack Sharkey again
the light heavyweight till, fight
between champion Archie Moore
end Canadian Yvon Durellt to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at th. Montreal
Forum.
t i nln.n Violrmall Of
lAopom ...........
the Montreal Athletci Commission.-
announced today, that Shar Shar-tomorrow's
tomorrow's Shar-tomorrow's return 15-rounder be
tomorrow's return 13-rounler be because
cause because the Commission thought he
had done "an excellent job in
the first Moore-Durelle bout last
Dec. 10.
Pigeon said Ohe Three Judges
will not be announced until five
minutes before the fight starts
et 9 p.m. In Montreal, three
Judges instead of two preside
and only they can vote on the
decision. The referee has no
vote.
Bnai Brith Group
Plans Initiation,
Banquet Sunday
In celebration of lodge's sec second
ond second anniversary, the Irving
Kinn. Omnter of Bnai B r ith
w t-r 1 .
111 L.1J ;:i:4..H ,n,.in ntwtkm
Will nOlU HUUdWim tciciiivjiiiaj
for new members, climaxed by
a banquet Sunday evening.
Initiation of new members will
take place at the Community Hall
of the Kol Shearith Israel Tem Temple
ple Temple in Bella Vista at 6 p.m.
The cereconies will be open to
all members of the Irving
Zapp chapter as well as to visit visit-Ine
Ine visit-Ine Bnai Brith members. Fol
lowing thP initiation, a banquet
will be held at the El Ranrho
Gardens with entertainment sup supplied
plied supplied by Pablo Acosta and his or orchestra
chestra orchestra and the Mariachi Sing
ers of Mexico. ;
Reservations for the banquet
should be made with Leo
SDeevak, 2-4224 or 2-B305: Mike
Baitel, 2 3486 or 3-7062; or
Munlo Stern, 2 3250 or 3-6046.

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WANTED:-i Maid for cleaning,
must sleep.in. Phone 3-6898
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Police linf Gambler
In CQnn0ort Witfi
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sought one reputed big-rime gam gambler
bler gambler today in connection wrth'the
Ingemar Johansson-Floyd Patter
son fight promotion, and another
widely -knovn f ambler was
scheduled t? testify today before
the grand jury investigatiBg the
promotion.
District Attorney HoffSn's of
fice disclosed that Gilbert Lee
Berkley, said to be a profession professional
al professional gambler of Surfside, Fla., and
Fort Mitclell, Ky., apparently
had fled to Havana, thereby evad evading
ing evading a New York detective and as
sistant district attorney who had
gone to Miami to get him as a
witness.
Meanwhie, Frank Erlckson a
convicted gambler and bookmak bookmaker
er bookmaker who wis once estimated to
have run a $10,000,000 a year
wagering business out of New
Jersey lor'ations was scheduled
to appear as a witness before the
grand jury.
His appearance before the iurv
caused some conjecture that the
investigation may be extending to
the June fight itself, not merely
the promotion. Patterson, a 5 1
favorite, ,ost his title on a third third-round
round third-round knockout.
Concerning Bcckley in Havana,
the district attorney's spokesman
said,, "Berkley, has a reputation
as a professional gambler in the
St- Louis and Cincinnati areas.
He Is indmtified with the interna international
tional international underworld. He has a po police
lice police record dating since 1933,
mostly for gambling hut no
convictions."
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DUTY PAID Prica $1,750
call Gamboa 6200.
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: Special price for
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195 $1,-195 00 or 1952 Mercury Mon Monterey,
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FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
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dio, radio, heater, w.w. tires, telephone,
Albrook 6282, 7142 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac, four
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dio, radio, good condition, best offer
0853 Apart. 19. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Morris Minor
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Duty paid, 538-B. Curundu
Heights. 83-2294
FOR SALE: G.M.C. truck, stake
style, 1 Vi ton 12,000 miles of
use Call Guy Motors 3-7217.
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or fuel transportation, etc. Call
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FOR SALE: Two 1958 Ford
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Call Guy Motors. 3-7217.
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Pro Grid League
Rookies To Prove
Mettle This Week
School's out this week for the
National Football League's rookies
and they'll get the chance
right away to prove how well
they've learned their lessons.
After three weeks of highly
concentrated drills in the pro cir circuit's
cuit's circuit's training camps, the "kids"
toss aside their books and try
to remember all the various of
fensive and defensive maneuvers
that have been crammed into
their heads under game condi conditions,
tions, conditions, Starting tonight at Pittsburgh
with the Steelers playing host to I
the Steelers playing host to the!
Cleveland Browns, nine of thej
Cleveland Browns, nine of the
NFL's 12 teams will see action
in the first full week of exhibition
play.
On Friday, the year's top col college
lege college draft choicrs will draw their
first pro pay checks after skir
mishing with the champion Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Colts in the 26th annual
All-Star fame in Chiraeo. The
action will be televised nationally
by ABC.
Then the Eastern Division
champion New York Giants play
the Philadelphia Eagles at Her
shey. Pa., the Chicago Cardinals
tangle with the Detroit Lions at
Norman, Okla., and the Chica
Bears meet the Green Bay Pad;
ers at Milwaukee in Saturday
night games.
With each club carrying from
10 to 20 players over the 35-man
opening day limit during the
early weeks of the exnibition sh
son, most coaches are anxious to
test their rookies early and often.
With all signs pointing toward
an eighth straight record season
allenrtance-wise the circuit has
3R exhibition games scheduled for
20 states.

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$30.00, chaise longe. $15.00,
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50; 17.-50; metal dressers 12.50; Brand
new Kerosene stoves 25 00; Din Dining
ing Dining room table and 4 chain
45.00; Folding beds w mattress
26.95; Living room sets 98.00;
B.autiful metal dinette sets
69.50; Single beds 29.50; Army
cot 5.50; used feather pillows
0.40 CASH OR CREDIT
TERMS. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE National Ave. Tel.
3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Gold band crystal.
Call Tuesday 2-1453 or houto
6260,- Los Riot.
FOR SALE: Genuine Manila
Rattan, circular chairs, solid Rat Rattan
tan Rattan to floor, also table to match,
must be seen to be appreciated,
5452-B, Diablo, after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Household goods,
leaving Isthmus, selling every everything.
thing. everything. Car also, 112-B, Gamboa.
Tel. 6-131.
FOR SALE: G E. refrigerator,
60 cycle, $40 .00. Balboa 3143.
Special Offers
WANTED: Girl, clerk seno seno-prapher,
prapher, seno-prapher, bilingual. Apply bat bat-ween
ween bat-ween 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Panama
Ventat y Servieios, Esq. Ave. 13
y Call. 15 No. 12-40. T.I. 2 2-2422,
2422, 2-2422, Panama R.P.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon end
evening iliitti. Enrollment!
August 17 to August 31. Classes
Begin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION, P.ru
Avenu. No. 66 (naar Bella Vis Vis-ta
ta Vis-ta Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, B B-3018.
3018. B-3018. Speech Latsont, Jean l.r.tt.
Phone 1-3608.
Trophy Awards
For Cafe Duran
Tournty Tomorrow
By TED WILBER
The trophy awards for the re recently
cently recently completed Cafe Duran
Golf Tournament at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Golf Club will.be made at
thp olnh tnmnrrnw afternoon.
between 5 and 6 p.m., according'
to an announcement by berardo
Duran, sponsor ot tne new Laie
Duran annual club tournament.
Trophies will be awarded to
Paul (Pat) Moran, who defeated
Webb Hearne, Isthmian te n n i s
star, in a 36-hole final by the
score Of 4 and 3, and to
Hearne, the. runner-up in the
championship ingni.
In the first flight, trophies will
be awarded to Pablo Abad, the
winner, and to his runner-up op opponent
ponent opponent whom he defeated in the
36-hole final, Jack Scribner.
In the ladies' flight, Mr. Duran
will present a trophy to Miss
Lynn Jones, budding young golf
star who had the singular honor
of playing and defeating her
mother, herself an Isthmian
golfer of quite some not, in the
tournament. The runner-up, Mrs.
Nellie Humphreys, will also re receive
ceive receive trophy from the sponsor.
The awards will be presented
at a ceremony in the front club club-room,
room, club-room, which the club president,
Dick Dehlinger, and Julio Val Val-des,
des, Val-des, the tournament committee
chairman, will attend.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALEs Ag.d natural me.
nura et fiv.-away prices by Hie
trucfcloedf. Cell 2-2641.
FOR SALE 1952 Hudsefi Net Net-n.t,
n.t, Net-n.t, 24 inch TV with rolling
swivel table, mahogany bar, four
stools, fat atov., refrigerator
14Vl foot, large fre.i.r cheat,
set bamboo, small couch, maho mahogany
gany mahogany breakfast set, four chairs,
mite, small tablet, rolling bar barbecue
becue barbecue pit, metal kitchen table,
' h p. Feddert air conditioner
110 v., 2 electric fans, round
mirror, Stereo Symphonic record
player. Phone 3-7601 after 5:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: Maternity arid baby
clothes ttore. Well situated in
Ave. Jutto Arosemena No. 30 30-03
03 30-03 in front of Royal Crown Cola.
For reference phone Panama 3 3-6740.
6740. 3-6740. FOR SALEi Children's mer merchandise
chandise merchandise fellow coat el "II Ro Rodeo".
deo". Rodeo". Goin out of businett. 46 St.
Eatt No. 30, Bella Vista, across
from Bella Vista Super Market.
FOR SALE: Cabinet for Hi-Fi,
mahogany, excellent workman
ship in very good condition. $49.
Casa Admirabls next to Lottery
fiuilding.
FOR SALE : Beautiful small Hy Hying
ing Hying room set, almost naw. Please
call Panama 3-4086,
FOR SALE: Adolesence custom
built Wilkint accordion, 120
bate. Baby crib, with mattress.
Curundu 4231, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Four piece overstuf overstuffed
fed overstuffed tat, very good condition.
Mutt sell. 2-4338, 460 Ancon
Blvd. Puppiet $3.00 each, moth mother
er mother Fox Terrier.
FOR SALE: Large girl's bicycle,
metal dresser, small quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster tabla, 80 bast Italian ac accordion.
cordion. accordion. Houto 2264-B, Carr
Street, Balboa.
Motorcycles
FOR SALEt 1952 Ariel motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, 500 e.., twin spare part..
Phone Panama 3-3493, Urraca
Aprs., Bella Vitta.
Mr. K Say He's
Willing to Talk
About Soviet Jews
STOCKHOLM (UPI) Soviet
Premier Nikita Khrushchev hex
indicated that he is willing to see
American Jewish leaders concern concerning
ing concerning the situation of Jews living in
tne soviet Union, the press de department
partment department of the World Jewish
Congress reported today.
A meeting between the Jewish
leaders and the Russian Premier
probably will be arranged during
Khrushchev's trip to see President
Eisenhower next month.
It was stated, however, that the
entire question of Soviet Jewry
could not be answered in a single
meeting only with Khrushchev.

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FOR SALI Lot 500 and 1.000
mot era, hi rise Naevo Hipodremo
UrbaaUetieo across the Rome
Racetrack. All rati with street
fronts, tewaaje, water main end
lactrictty. Cell W. McBarsratt
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALI OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4" bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid' room with service, hot
water, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 21,
San Francises, phone 2-2510.
SERVICES
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you fetter, more econo economical
mical economical and better terviee. Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agonclat. Tivo Tivo-II
II Tivo-II Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Meant reliability, and lasting re re-pain.
pain. re-pain. For better home terviee
call 3-7607 Panama from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
Protect your home end proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment n
emergency or monthly budget
bails. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Carl Sandburg Gels
Thunderous Ovation
From Swedish Crowd
sTrvvHnT.M fUMI Ameri
can nnttt Purl nHhiirs won thun
derous applause Sunday after a
performance at me oweoisn oweoisn-American
American oweoisn-American Day celebrations.
The 81-year-old author made a
long speech in perfect Swedish in
urhifh h cfroaQAH how hanDV and
surprised he was over the great
reception he Has received nere.
Qnnlhnro slsn rend a few lines
from his mother's last letter to
him, teling about understanding
between people.
In tfia audience were two old
friends nf Sandburg's parents.
They were 87-year-old Axel Lit
and his brother Oscar Ut 7Z, tne
latter a resident of Dundee, Fla.
rWar T.if 1 that Aitmnr nf a con
struction company in Florida
and came here only to meet sana-
Kiire inr to eromnanv him to his
home in soutn central weaen.
Sandburg was presented to the
audience by American Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador James C. H. Bornbright who,
in his introduction, stressed how
much Americans "love and ad admire
mire admire their poet". With Sandburg
was Ruben Wasgnsson, former
governor of Sandburg's parents'
home province of Smaaland.
TIPSY TEIN CYCLIST
ILKESTON, England (UPI)-A
drunken driver was placed on
probation today after confessing
he had drunk several bottles of
beer on the job and had steered
a bit wobblingly on his way home.
The offender, whose name was
withheld, was a 15-year-old baby babysitter,
sitter, babysitter, on a bicycle.

WITH THE U.S.A. SECUftlTltS &
EXCHANGE COMMISSION

BY THE STATE OF ttORl. A
SECURITIES COMMISSION
BY THE FIDELITY 1 CASUALTY
CO. OF NEW YORK
AIR MAIL CLIENTS IN CUBA,
PUERTO RICO, CANADA, ITALY

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NEW YORK, Auf. 11 (UPI)
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uisu pun en jesieraay a aw Dimon mm in stoCK t sines ill aeuveui s

early dealuifs today.
Tne list advanced from tne
it the lower lerels to lift prices
national Business iviacnines. some
a tut oy ena oi roe nrsi nour,
ausxnai average at li am was
Brokers screed' that the sell
ing which sent the industrial av average
erage average down 14,78 points yester yesterday
day yesterday was principally the result
of profit taking following the
market's recent urge to new
all-time highs.
The feeling is that the selling
will set a new base from which
the bull market can resume its
advance. Martin Gilbert, analyst
for Vanalstyne, Noel and Co.,
summed up the thinking of the
INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By SAM SHULSKY
Kirtf Features Syndicate,
135 I 45 St., New York
Q. I received $50,000 from sale
of property. Have never owned
stock. What would you suggest?
We are in our 60s.
A. If you need income, I would
suggest purchases of common
stocks and convertible bonds and
convertible preferreds over the
next couple of years. I notice you
live in a small village, so that it
will be necessary for you to get
to the city and talk over your pro
blem with a few brokers.
You have had no experience In
securities. That means you must
set up some rules for yourself:
1. Don't be rushed into buying
anything.
2. Buy duality only.
3. Don't try for a yield of more
than about 4 1-2 to 5 1-2 percent
on your money.
4. Buy in even amounts of dol
lars over a period of time, so
that you will get the advantage
of any drop in market prices.
The bank stock you mention
may be a fair investment, but not
for more than a small fraction of
your funds. You ought to wind up
with at least a dozen good secu
rities in your nortfolio.
Q. I am a young college stu
dent interested in investing In
major league baseball stock. How
could I go about it?
A. A few of, the big league
teams have stock outstanding In
public hands, but H is generally
very "eloseiy held. It is not listed
on any of the markets, is traded
very infrequently. What you
would have to do is talk this over
firm which has an active over-the
counter department and ask
them to search it out for you
Q. I am 58, with bo dependents
Will have social security, plus
income from large amounti of
Tri-Continental, I.T. and T., (Sen (Sen-era!
era! (Sen-era! Public Utilities and smaller
amounts of U.S. Steel, C.I.T.,
corn products. Bethlehem, Gener
al Telephone. Keep $10,000 cash
account.
A. I assume tint $10,000 Is earn
ing savings bank interest. Even
so it is on the large side and
could be reduced, say, 25 per
cent in order to pick up more
securities. The oils, the aircrafts
and the rails would all fit into
your program.
You have shown excellent Judg
ment so far. Why not continue to
add a bit as you go along?
Q. I am an elderly widow. 1
bought 100 Socony at 50 on the
advice of a broker and am now
not feeling very happy about it,
I need income. Would some shoe
or food stocks be good?
A. I don't think you ought to
feel unhappy about Socony. Even
at your cost It yields four ner
cent. It is top quality. By all
means hold it now that the oils
are showing signs of recovery,
A good shoe company would
serve your purpose. They ar
generous yielders. So would some
of the good department store
stocks; they generally pay out
more man food stocks.
Texas Police Miffed
After Giving Couple
'Emergency' Escort
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) -Police
and county law enforce
ment officers were reoorted irked
today because a Honeymooning
couple got them to form an escort
on the pretense it was an emerg
ency trip to catch a plane.
Eurlyne Howell, Miss. U.S.A. of
1958, and Paul Michael LaCava,
a Los Angeles law student, said
they had planned to catch a plane
at Shreveport, La., for a honey
moon trip to Mexico.
They missed the plane there but

were able to get officers to give
them an escort at different towns

along the way from Shreveport

Fort Worth, saying their journey

was an emergency.
At Carter Field Sunday night,

they left the car of Dallas County
Deputy Sheriff C. D. Chambliss
who had escorted them from Dal

las. He said they were laughing

and talking and be realized no

one

was ill. He said he didn't stay
around to see if they caught their
plans.

Miss Howell is a former coed

.Centenary college in snreveport

The stock market recovered t
.

openlnr bell an burers earns bi
a much ae 9Vi points In Inter
or tne early gains were shared.
nowerer, and the Dow Jones ln
np Z.61.
majority with the observations
The worst is ever.
The market has experienced
sood technical correction and

now is at a support level front 1
which it can rally," he said. r.
However, economist Elio Janer

way termed the correction a
'significant lnterruntion" in tha
bull market and said the pause,
may be more protracted than
many now anticipate.
The big drop was "long over overdue
due overdue and the market was ex

tremely vulnerable," Janwayt

eaiu.
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
ACF Ind
Advocate Asbestos
Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bicroft Uranium
Blauknox
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Csribe
Colgate' Palmolivs
Colorado Fuel
Cons Electro Dynamics
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan OH
Du Pont
El Paso Natural 6s
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pe4
General Dynamics
General Eteetri
General Motors
General Wywood
Gulf Oil.
Harseo Steel

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Northrop Air
Olin Mathifttoa
Pancoastal
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch She!
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Oas
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil IfJ
Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prod
Textron
Underwood
United Canso Oil
US Rubber
US Steel
Westinghouse Eleg
Wheeling Steel
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THRE TEAMS ENTERED
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. (UPI)
Australia has entered three
teams for the U.S .Lawn Tennis

Association's national doublet
championships beginning at tbt

Longwood Cricket Club next Sun
day. The teams include Neaha
Fraser and Roy Emerson; Bob
Mark and Rod Layer; and Mart
Mulligan and Ken Fletcher. All
are members of the Australian
Davis Cup squad.
The NEW
Servicio de Motores
a TIVOLI
Luis F. Clement atsreet
Frangipani Ave.
Extension Opposite
the National Stadium
For Automotive Service
& Maintenance
Come in and Get
Aquainted
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On Eve Of Foreign Ministers Meeting .

Chilean Police Set To Guard US Embassy
From Communist Or Student Violence

8ANTIAC0, Chile, Aug. 11 ( UPI ) Cfiilean police today mapped strong security measures to protect the US

x. rn .nri Uftwino- violence durine the foreign ministers comerence or .t i American rpuun.

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Police were alerted to guard agsum
tar this afternoon. iMv:

Just two blocks from the embawr. M

tt state a mass demonstration ir BaqUedajhf Square this evening.

jtfouble any time after the arrival of Secretary of State Christian A. Her.

Mounted police were assigned ta bloc
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her Hertor will stay, Communists and leftwing student workers planned

access to the residence of US ambassador Wajter Howe and government

ointed out that nearby potori?d Jrmy unit could be brought into action if violence threatened.

officials p

t Eight Organization of American!
gtites foreign ministers arrived)
yesterday and most of the others,
were expected in today. The con-1
ference will start tomorrow.
US officials laid Herter hoped'
the meeting, called to discuss discuss-Caribbean
Caribbean discuss-Caribbean tensions, would not
take more than four or five days
but was prepared to stay on e-
ven if it lasts through Monda or
Tuesday, which seems to he the:
prospect
Herter left Washington yesterday
expressing hope that a "candid
examination" of the problems

would help ease some of the ten tensions.
sions. tensions. Brazil rd group of "mod "mod-trati"
trati" "mod-trati" Latin American natioru
were working hard in' advanct
f rh mting to try to prt prt-yent
yent prt-yent a rift in inttr-Amrican
ranki from getting any daop
f.

Hetter as

efforts, to pre

logical battle

"dictatorahipa

vorinf their ; 1

The United

interested ;ta

O AS m it a

ditjons ptagu

but informed
would sit en,,
be amnios 'in

tions would CV m

owa solution.

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be "ceM.
ThexprobTet
peace to lhe
infrmcine on

eignty'.and to

rights ana, i

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la a statemi

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Ipected to join in

ent a bitter ideo-

ween so called

"and 1 nations fa-

olation.

ales is intensely

Strengthening the

jpurb armed expe expe-j
j expe-j lhe Caribbean,

ources said llerier

iie sidelines in tne

opes tne Latin na-

up Willi men-

apptirtd

about what could

is to be restore
Caribbean without

any nation s sover-

strengthen human

resctative demo-

it prior to his air-

from Washington,

Khrushchev Sending

On Latin American"

r

ikbyan

ourney

ita Khrushchev

t Mikeyan, on a
leMrsed on high

Visit the Unit

i.ONnoX.Aue.ll (UPD Soviet rremler

u nrtinr hh chief aide and vice-premier, Anasts

tnur of Latin America later thi year, it wain

authority today. i
Miknvan. whn was the fitst Kremlin leader

ed States as Khrushchev's special emissary, ia tot visit number

nf Latin American nations within the nexi lew anonins.

Mikoyan's goodwill mission i
officially will be concerned with
promoting better trade rela relations
tions relations with Latin American na nations.
tions. nations. But Moscow's decision spot spotlighted
lighted spotlighted the Kremlin's mount mounting
ing mounting interest in the South
American continent the
latest target of Russia's cam campaign
paign campaign of political penetration
through economic manipula manipulations.
tions. manipulations. For some time Russia has
made ostensible moves to boost

trade with some of the Latin j
American countries.
She has extended credit and
arranged baiter deal in an ef-i
fort to have the way for closer j
relations in a continent from
which she had been kept out
Ci ."cctivelv in the pi:t.
Khrushchev was understood
tn have given the United States
advance information of the im im-pendinft
pendinft im-pendinft visit of his envoy. He
apparently dropned his hint
during; the recent Moscow visit
of US. Vice-president Richard
Nixon.

Russian economic penetra

lion through Ifcarter deals,
.credits. ovhei Yfacllities and

above all'"thTHkihi economic
assistance" of TtarlKl kind
has f u ussed' th far on the
under davelptrtf vteuntries of
Asia andVAfriesf
Russia's i'iKrwi Interest In
Latin AnierJca JjWa.-mphasi,t'u

when she aigned an agreement i

with Argentnjsu in Oc loot: last
year, providing! tor partial utili

zation of lOOJOW.OOD credit lor

the puxchaf?of petroleum

equipmentw

Ouriug the

the Ke bloe

past Tear or two

has altow n grow-

ng appreciation ef petroleum

pro b l e w throughout the
world siBd'BM endeavored to
interject AtWlf inte the estab establishment
lishment establishment p ittara of supply
and demand in several areas.
Behind hejinov experts dis discerned
cerned discerned a calculated policy of
encouraging Nationalist opposi opposition
tion opposition to 'Western private partici

pation la development, of

petroleum rekdul'ces throughout
Latin .Amerik

Herter said the United States has
hecn increasinelv concerned with

the problems resulting from po political
litical political upheavals in the area.
H made no mention of a
ntw outbrtak of violence, in
Cuba, almost on the eve of the
foreign miniiteri' meeting.
While there was a news black blackout
out blackout officially, informed sources
in Havana said Cuban Revolu Revolutionary
tionary Revolutionary Premier Kidel Castro
smashed an air and sea invasion
this weekend to foil a threatened
revolt.
Hetrer told newsmen he doubt doubted
ed doubted if the Cuban leader would at attend
tend attend the sessions, lie did not re

veal anv information on .which

he based his doubts.
Cuba walked out of an Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States
OAS meeting last month in a
dispute over the agenda for
the foreman ministers.

The Santiago ministers confer

ence grew out of charges by the
Dominican Republic that Cuba
and Venezuela were fomenting
trouble in Dominican territory.
After much heated debate, in
which Cuba and Venezuela de denied
nied denied the charges, the OAS a a-greed
greed a-greed to call a ministers confer conference
ence conference on broad grounds of inves investigating
tigating investigating general Caribbean ten tensions
sions tensions rather than the specific Do Dominican
minican Dominican charges.

Herter, fresh from .tli recent recently
ly recently adiourned Big Four meeting

in (Jeiieva. said the Chile meet

ing was a good demonstration of j
the vitality of the OAS.
He said that by a "candid ex examination
amination examination of these tensions and
the adoption of mutually agreed
measures for dealing with them,"
the meeting of the foreign minis ministers
ters ministers "will fulfill the aspirations
of our peoples," he said.
A gunman tried to assassi assassinate
nate assassinate Cuban army commander

Raul Castro at a church wed wedding
ding wedding in Havana Sunday night
but was seized before he could
pull the trigger of his nistol, in informed
formed informed sources reporteoT

The atempted assassination of

Fidel Castro's 28-year-old brother
climaxed a week end of violence.!

Landings by anti-Castro forces
were reported, the government
arrested more than 1000 soldiers
accused of plotting to overthrow
Castro, and the premier's home
was reported sprayed by bullets.
The official Castro rebel
newspaper Revolution, confirm confirmed
ed confirmed Monday that "numerous
counter revolutionary elements
linked to Dominican dictator
Gen. Rafael Leonidas Trujillo
and war criminals" had been
seiied.

It said they had been "organ "organizing
izing "organizing for months' a vast and
criminal conspiracy against the
country."

The paper denied reports that

landings had occurred last week weekend.
end. weekend. Informed sources said, however

that "mercenaries" had landed
by sea and air on the Isle of

Pines, 56 miles south of Havana.

Friday and Saturday.
Raul Castro went to La Mer

ced Roman Catholic Church for

the wedding of rebel command

ant Rolando Cuebela Secaddes,

an old friend.
Sources gave this account:

"Barbudos" bearded rebels

standing near the clean-shaven
Castro noticed a man forcing his

wav toward him.

The man got close to Castro

and pulled a pistol. The barbudos
jumped him, disarmed him and
dragged him outside.
Several of them wanted to
kilt the would-be assassin on
the spot. Revolutionary Police
Chief Efigenio Ameijeras, who
had helped overwhelm the un unidentified
identified unidentified man, intervened and
had him taken f fto jail.
The wedding of the eoraman eoraman-dant
dant eoraman-dant to Mirlha Novoa y Delgado
continued in the church.
Raul, who wears his hair long

in pony tail fashion, ealmly

joined the celebrants in a wed wedding
ding wedding reception later.

There was no immediate indi indication
cation indication whether the reported as assassination
sassination assassination attempt was the work
of anti-Castro forces or of only
the individual involved.
Meanwhile in Washington, Dr.
Emilio Nunez Portuondo, former
Cuban ambassador to the United
Nations, said he is forming a

corporation designed to promote
better understanding between the
United States and Latin America.

CAPT. R. F. LEGGE, (left), departing Medical Officer of the 15th
Naval District, i shown receiving a resolution of appreciation
from Gov. W. E. Potter, who is honorary chairman of the Canal
Zone Cancer Committee. The committee presented the resolution
to the Navy captain for his long and faithful service on the com committee.
mittee. committee. Legge, in being reassigned by the Navy, will become a
member of the staff at Gorgas Hospital in, his specialty, which
is orthopedics.

Number Of Employed In US
Hits All Time High In July

White Teenagers Vow Troublr
Over Little Rock Integration
LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 1 (UPD White Teenagera warned te
day there will be trouble if Little Rock high schools open inte integrated
grated integrated tomorrow.
The Little Rock School Board promptly announced It will
"not stand for apy foolishness'' and promised school officials fuel
support in any move to maintain school discipline.
Meanwhile, segregationists brought pressure on Got. Orval
Faubus and Negroes in an effort to prevent the court-orderel
desegregation program. ...
Segregationist leaders called a state-wide "buyer'i strike"
gainst Little Rock merchants who employ Negroes and on an
other front a state-wide rally was scheduled for tomorrow ett
the state capitol lawn to pressure Faubus into action.

WASHINGTON, Aug. ll-(UPI)
U.S. employment climbed to a
record 67,594,000 in July, the La Labor
bor Labor Department reported today.
Unemployment during the month
declined to 3,744,000 persons, a
smaller than normal drop.
The employment figure was up
252,000 from June while the unem unemployment
ployment unemployment figure was down by 238, 238,-000.
000. 238,-000. The figures did not reflect the
Steel Strike which has idled 600, 600,-000
000 600,-000 workers in steel mills, iron ore
mines, and Great Lakes carriers

and related industries.
The report said weekly earnings

of factory workers declined to $90. $90.-09
09 $90.-09 during July, but still were $6.59
higher than, a year ago.
Secretary of Labor James P.
Mitchell hailed the new employ employment
ment employment and wage figures as meaning
that "More Americans have better

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. NuAei Portuondo was Cuban
ambassador to the United Na Nations
tions Nations under former dictator
Fulgencio Batista. He' is re regarded
garded regarded by the government of
Fidel Castro as one of the prin principal
cipal principal enemies of the present
Cuban regime.
The organization is said to be
incorporated under the laws of
the -District of Columbia under
the title of Latin American Af Affairs.
fairs. Affairs. Nunez Portuondo Is president,
Bernardo Nunez is secretary-treasurer
and Eugene Kelly, a pub public
lic public relations figure, is vice president.

Kelly said today that the plans
to register with the Department
of Justice under the terms of the
Foreign Agents Registration Act.
Kelly said the organization is
designed to promote Latin US
amity and has nothing to do with
any efforts to overthrow the ('as ('astro
tro ('astro regime.
The present Cuban govern government
ment government has linked Nunez Por Portuondo
tuondo Portuondo with the "White Rose"
movement which is seeking to
throw Castro out of power.
Although Kelly claimed the or organization
ganization organization It not devoted to
fighting Castro, the group's
first press statement quoted
Nunez Portuondo as making
some bitter enti Castro remarks.

He said taking Latin American

loyalty for granted may lead to

tragic consequences. He added

that already Communists are
making great inroads in Cuba.
He termed Castro a communist
although he said he could not
prove it.
Nunez Portuondo also said that
since Castro came to power
more than 2000 Cubans have losl

their lives by the firing" squad
and more than 7000 Cubans have1
been jailed as political prisoners.
Nunez also said he felt the U U-nited
nited U-nited States had made a mis mistake
take mistake In "not appreciating the im importance
portance importance of Latin America from
a political and economic point of

view in me context ot the pres present
ent present world -situation.
Nunez Portuondo said that
two weeks ago he moved to
Washington and since then has
not left the city. He denied re reports
ports reports that he led a weekend ef effort
fort effort to invade Cuba.

Marion E. Campbell,
Ex-Zone Resident,

Dies In Albany, NY

The death of Mrs. Marion

Adela Campbell, a former res

ident of Cristobal, occurred on

Monday 8, at ner home in Al
bany. She was 81-years-old.

Mrs. Campbell, the former

Miss? Jennings, was a native of
Summit. In 1910, she married

Janie Samuel Campbell, a law

yer, of Coperstown. Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell moved to the

.Canal Zone in 1918. Campbell

was for manv years clerk oi

the U.S. District Court in Cris
tobal.
Mrs. Campbell was a mem

ber of the Cristobal Union

Church and was active in the

Sundav Schol and ladies or

ganizations of the church. At
his retirement in 1936 the
Campbells moved to Coopers Coopers-town.
town. Coopers-town. In 1949 they moved to
Albany, to be close to their

son, Dr. Crawford J. Campbell
Mr. Campbell died in 1956.

Mrs. Campbell is survived by
two more sons, James S., of

Orlnda and Colin D., of Han
over. N. a daughter, Mrs. Ma

rion Martin of Ames, Iowa;

jobs at higher wages than ever be before."
fore." before." Together, he said, they mean
that the economy "Is rising to new
heights and is producing more and
better things for a higher living
standard for all of us."
Seymour Wolfbein, the depart department's
ment's department's job expert, said the report
reflected "continued basic im improvement
provement improvement in the employment sit situation."
uation." situation." He said a 500,000 reduction in
the ranks of unemployment is ex expected
pected expected in August, but that thepe
calculations might be upset he he-cause
cause he-cause of layoffs induced by the

steel strike. The government counts

strikers as "employed," but work workers
ers workers who are laid off as a result of
a strike are tallied as jobless.

He said the relatively small drop

in unemployment in juiy was

caused largely by bad weather in

the south and south central stales
which curtailed farm work. Non-

farm jobs throughout the nation
spurted to a record 60,769,000.

The rise in employment during

July marked a continuation of

post-recession gains. It was the
second month in a row that the
number of jobs climbed to a new
high.

sister, Mrs. Henry J.
of Albany, and 13
children.

a

Simpson

grand

Rainbow City,
Santa Cruz CD
Meeting Slated
A meeting- of the Rainbow City
and Santa Cruz Civil Defense Vol Volunteer
unteer Volunteer Corps will be held on Aug
1? and 13. The Rainbow City meet meeting
ing meeting will be held at the school at
6:30 p.m. and Santa Cruz meeting
at the Service Center at 8 p.m.

Rainbow City volunteers Will
have a graduation exercise for 16
members who have just complet completed
ed completed the Nifrses Assistants course
in American Red Cross Home
Nursing. Mrs. Rosa Joseph was

thp instructor for this class.

All members of the Civil Defense

Volunteer Corps are urged to at attend
tend attend the meetings and the general
public is mvited.

School officials earlier stressed
they did not anticipate any trouble
when the schools reopen.
But a rally of "teenagers who at attended
tended attended the Raney Private High
School last year clearly indicated
they intended to cause trouble if
they have to go to school with Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. The private school announced it
will not open this year because it
is broke.
"The only reason we would go
to an integrated school will be to
cause trouble," several boys at
the rally told newsmen.
Faubus closed "the schools last
year. He was expected to make an another
other another move to try to prevent inte integration
gration integration for the third time, but so
far has assumed a "watch and
wait" attitude.
Everett Tucker Jr., president of
the Little Rock School Board, said
the board anticipated no trouble at
the reopening.
"After a year of turmoil and a
year of closed public high schools,
world attention will once again be
focused on our city," Tucker said,
i
"The school board is confident

that the people of Little Rock will
accept this challenge to resume
the peaceful operation of its high
schools. There is no reason to an anticipate
ticipate anticipate anything else."

A spot check of business firms
in downtown Little Rock disclosed
normal operation. The buyer's
strike either was being ignored, or
had not yet had time to become
effective.
The segregationists said they
hoped to make downtown Little
Rock a cemetery.
Amis Guthridge, attorriey for the
Capital Citizens Counsil, said "let
tne Christian people of this state

continue this buyer's strike until
forced integration is stopped and

voluntary segregation is resumed
tip said the council had publish

ed and mailed a list of more than
300 Little Rock merchants who

should be boycotted. He sain tne

list was not complete and woun De
added to in the future.
"If a firm has a Negro In Its
employe, take your business to a
white person," Guthridge urged.
"If a truck from Little Rock
comes to your town or store, de demand
mand demand white drivers."
The boycott was aimed at forc forcing
ing forcing the Negroes to abandon inte integration
gration integration themselves by pressuring
businessmen to fire Negro employ employes
es employes from their jobs.
The school board Jias approved
integration of six Negroes out oj
The other 54 were screened out
under provisions of a student place
ment law.
Negro attorneys filed a motion in
Federal Court Saturday attacking
the law, but a hearing date has not
yet been set.
Mrs. L. C. Bates, president of
the Arkansas National Associa Association
tion Association for the Advancement of Col Colored
ored Colored People, said yesferda three
Negroes assigned to Hall HJh

School would bt on hand tomor;
row, but only one of the threo threo-appreved
appreved threo-appreved for classes at Central
would enter immediately.
The student demonstrators urgi
ed fellow classmates and their
parents to attend a mass rally to-
morrow morning on the front lawt
of the capitol to plead with Faubus
to do something to stop integration

French Deny They
Plan A-Bomb Test
In Near Future

PARIS (UPD French author"
ties made haste today to de-fus
reports that France will explodi
its first atomic Womb in tha Si;
hara Desert this month just be before
fore before President Eisenhower corrfN!
to visit President Charles Dt
Gaulle. :
That, according to the reports
is why De Gaulle decided to d'
through w:th his plans to go t
Algeria Aug. 27 and to ask Eisen.'
hower to postpone his proposed
visit on the same dat by one
week.
But the office of Deputy Pre--

mier Jacques Soustelle, who isin'
charge of French scientific develi
opment, denied these reports. ;
According to the best informa information
tion information here though officials kept',
silent on it the French atom
bomb won't be ready until this
winter at the earliest and possibly
not until next ipring.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24 24-hours
hours 24-hours ending: 8 a.m. today Is)
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographle Branch of tha
Paiiama Canal Company;
' Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High
Low
HUMIDITY:
High ........
Low

90
71

91
4

WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (inches)

Kit

4

8-

NIT

WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82

AMVETS SET CONVENTION
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Amvets Veterans Organization
will hold its 1959 national conven convention
tion convention Aug. 26-30 at Grand Rapids.
Mich. Amvets said San. Stuart
Symington (D-Mo.) will be the
keynote speaker Aug. 27.

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Morgan Stone, 55,

Former

Dies In Carolina

ATroQn stone. 55. former re

sident of the Canal Zone, died at
Iredell Memorial Hospital, State State-ville
ville State-ville N. C, on July 30. He had
been in declining health for two
years and seriously ill for the

past three monu.

Mr bione was rinpn.r"
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many years wun mc

Fruit Co. in Costa Kican ann ra-
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nama. in ran ne was

ed with the lsui wavai disiuci

Balboa. He had uvea m

Statesville since 1948 ana at

the time of his oeain was a
salesman and president of the
Bavfort Supply House.

In 1942 he was marrieo 10 in-

former Flora McDougaici, wno
was on the nursing staff of Pa-

nama Hospital.

In addition to his wite ne is

curvived, bv two sisters. Mrs,

Henry Grady Shires of Mt. Dora,

Fal., and Mrs. ftam u. mcnaiu mcnaiu-son
son mcnaiu-son of Clarksvillc, Tenn., and one
brother, James Stone of Saraso

ta, Fla.

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More Than Others
WASHINGTON (UPI) A gov government
ernment government report on 1958 retail
sales showed yesterday that west

erners soent more than Ameri-

pnns in other regions.

Retail spending in the West av averaged
eraged averaged $1,347 per person, for the
year, 15 per cent above the national-
average of $1,169, accord according
ing according to thp. census bureau.
Per capita retail sales aver averaged
aged averaged $1,242,000 in the Northeast,
$1001 in the South and $1,194 in

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