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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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IN WDEKKDENT IjgNgAHY NEWSPAPER
CANADIAN WHISKY
"Let the people knot ike truth mnd the eountryb $afey Abraham Lincoln
34th YEAR
PANAMA, R. P. THVK8DAT, AUGUST 'IS, 1959
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AGING v'TIGEB Archie Moore, the ftSttnir .tiger 0t,1boxinK, sends
challenger Yvoft Durelle to the tanvas tor the fourths time after
8:52 of the third round during their title fight in Mohtreal last
night. Durelle stayed down on this trip allowing Moore to re retain
tain retain his light heavyweight crown and establish an all time KO
record of 128 knockouts, (Story. on page 7. Another picture on
back page).
Gold Coast Residents Seek
Livability Improvements
Requests for livability improvements to France Field and
Coco Solo quarters was the chief topic raised at last nlght'Jt meet meeting
ing meeting of the Coco Solo Civic Council on the Atlantic side.
About 39 American families lives at France Field and many
have complained of inadequate cupboard and storage facilities,
particularly in the kitchens of the units. Some residents have
also objected to poor maids' quarters in the apartments and the
council agreed to take the matter up with Zone authorities.

Minor improvements have al also
so also been requested for a num number
ber number of Coco Solo houses, par particularly
ticularly particularly installations of door doorbells
bells doorbells where" they do not exist
or are out of order.
Suprisingly enough, the sub-
Iect of possible closing of the
Margarita Gatun commissary
was not taised at last night's
meeting.
James J. O'Donnell, acting
president "of the Co;o Solo
council, saw the subject was
not strlctlf Coco Solo com
munity business, but that it
would undoubtedly be a hotly hotly-debated
debated hotly-debated topic at next Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's Atlantic Council meeting
with Canal Zone Gov. William
E. potter.
Commissary operations have
been in the limelight since
Supply chief L. A. Ferguson
one xpected announcenment
last week that the Diablo
Store Is to be closed down.
Meanwhile on the Pacific
side, the area civic council
agreed to ask Balboa Heights
ior a clear statement of policy
regarding sales store operations
during tne coming years.
The commissary matter was
the principal one at last night's
meeting occupying most of the
three hour session.
Since the Ferguson an announcement,
nouncement, announcement, made last week
t a Diablo Town Council
meeting, many Pacific side
residents have "been annoyed
at what they term "Heights
doubletalk" regarding present
tales store operations.
Ferguson said the Diablo u-
it would be shut down witmn
Chirioui Cattle
Sent To Venezuela
Nine hundred head of cattle
from Chiriqtil were loaded aboard
the Venezuelan vessel Capana at
I'edregal yesterday for shipment
to Caracas.
This is the second shipment of
Panama eattle bought by the Ve Venezuelan
nezuelan Venezuelan government.

CHAMPEEN

18 months in lavor of an ex
tensive enlargement and re
molding program for the Balboa
store.
The Pacific Council motion
instructed president Sam Roe
jr., to ask Potter lor a full re
port and statement of policy
regarding ine commissaries,
aboide.an
Merchant Seamen
Air Job Problems
With RP Officials
A three-hour meeting was held at
the Panama Foreign Office Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday between Panama merchant
seamen, representatives of the
Foreign Office and the Labor Min
istry and local shipping agents.
The purpose of the meeting was
to appoint a committee to oeek a
solution to the problems which con
front Panama seamen.
One of problems was reported to

concern getting jobs aboard ships fore they reach the point of be be-flying
flying be-flying the Panamanian flag. coming threats to peace."

Cricket, Though Dashing

By FRANK ELEAZER
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13
tUPI) The Australian Em Embassy's
bassy's Embassy's notice to sporting edi editors
tors editors said play would begin at
11, and to be there at 10:30. I
was, and while waiting for the
others I was able to read what
it said about cricket in Volume
6 ;(coming. through deaf) of
the auper-market encyclopedia
,By 11, quite a few members
of ihe British Commonwealth
Cricket Club, r home team,
were on hand, Jwearlns white
shirts and pants, tennis shoes
andr polite smiles. They ran i;p
the blue and white BCCC, pen pennant,
nant, pennant, erected the score board,
and unfolded the collapsible
chairs.

Panama Cops

Ready For Any
New Invasion
Crack units of the National
Guard stand ready to give any
new invasion from Cuba or any?
where else rougher handling than
last April's revolutionary expedi
tion received, according to gov government
ernment government sources today.
The Guard units have been re
ceiving combat (.training at uia
Panama since the alarums and
excursions of last March and A A-pril.
pril. A-pril. Talk oi new revolutionary ex
peditions against the government
of President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr. was revived last night in
a communique from Minister of
Government and Justice Jose D.
Bazan.
The communique said a Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian fugitive, now in Havana;
has made statements to the press
to the effect that "exiles in van,
ous countries of America are pre
paring a new supbervise attempt
against tne constitutional system
now in force" in Panama.
Though ne nam .was men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the communique, iov iov-rnmtnt
rnmtnt iov-rnmtnt seurees identified the
fugitive at student leader An Andre
dre Andre Cantille. Cintillo. has been
an implacable fet ef President
da la Guardia since the 14-daath
straat fighting between students
and National Guardsman in
Mav. 15I.
Samuel Gutierrez, leader of
Cerro Tute uprising against the
government last Miarch. is under understood
stood understood to be one of; Cantillo's lieu lieutenants
tenants lieutenants in Havana,
Cuba some time ago expelled
Ruben Miro for too-open pro
claiming his association with Cu
ba-based attempts to overthrow
De la Guardia. Miro was acquit
ted of the machinegun assassina
tion of President Jose A. Remon
Jan. 2: 1955.
Government sources declined to
soeculate on. whether Cuba might
. exoel Cantillo in the same .matt.
nei al Mioo Vj&WwfaS'
utionary plans xjammn' may e
hatching will vnave sutterea a
sharps setback as a result of ri rider
der rider Castro's current operations a-
gainJt an alleged counter-revoiu-
tionarv nlot.
Observers have previouisy spe-.
culated whether a serious revolu
tionary effort could be expected
with the next presidential elec
tions less than nine months away.
These observers belive that it
would be hardly worth any revolu
tionaries' effort to strive for on only
ly only a few months in power.
Meanwhile in Santiago, Chile,
U.S. Secretary of State Christian
Herter today proposed a three three-point
point three-point plan to ease Caribbean ten tension
sion tension which he said was playing
into the hands of international
communism.
Addressing tha second days'
session of tha western hamis hamis-phare
phare hamis-phare foreign ministers' eenf ar arnica,
nica, arnica, Hartar said tha raeant
rash ef Caribbaan invasions and
disorders provida "fuit tha op opportunity
portunity opportunity intarnatlonal Cemmu Cemmu-munlsts
munlsts Cemmu-munlsts ara always saeking" to
undermlna Democracy in tha
Americas.
To counteract this, he propos proposed
ed proposed a three-point plan he said was
designed to check internal con conflict
flict conflict and international distrust in
the area.
Pointing out that the Caribbean
ferment gravely threatened the
basic principle of non-intervention
he asked the foreign ministers to
take these three immediate
steps:
First, issue a declaration of
faith in the basic principles of the
inter-American system, "in those
principles which bear particular particularly
ly particularly upon the difficult situation
which has developed in the Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean and which we are desir desirous
ous desirous of resolving in a spirit of
cooperation.
Second, consider establishing
a special temporary committee
which would be authorized to stu
dy the Caribbean situation.
Third, strengthen the powers
of the inter-American peace com committees
mittees committees "to consider the prob
lems of the sort that have
piaaued the Caribbean region be
At 11:08 a six-man advance
party from the Australian Old
Collegians cricket team, here
on tour in the Interests of
cricket, hot tea, and interna international
tional international friendship, popped out of
a blue sedan, Just like in the
TV commercials only this was
a Mercedes-Benz instead of a
Ford.
Dr. Basil de B. Darwent, a
chemistry professor t Catholic
University and captain of the
BCCC, armounced that "cricket
is very similar to baseball." I
concluded later he meant that
both games are played with two
teams and a ball.
Unfortunately Dr. Darwent
could not stay to narrate the
game, although I had assumed
he would simply take the morn

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CANADIAN MISSIONARY AND FRIENDS Dr, Jacob Laewen (right), Canadian missionary, lin linguist
guist linguist and anthropologist, is showri before his discussion on "cross-cultural exchange'' problems
at the Tivoli Guest House yesterday. Others in the picture (left to right) are: Fred Denton,
chairman of,: the Christian Businessmen's committee;. Gov. W. E. Potter; two Choco Indians from

the Darlenwho are mends oi
Involved In Cross
The problems of '"cross-cultural
exchange" were discussed by a
Canadian missionary betore a
group of local businessmen yester
day-
Dunne his discussion Deiore an
audience that included the Gover Governor
nor Governor and Lieutenant- Governor of
the Canal Zone, Dr, Jacob Loewen
declared "Businessmen form the
vanguard of all cultural move
ment."
Noting that businessmen are
usually the first, to penetrate for
eign areas, Dr. Loewen oeciareu
"They are the ones who make the
initial impression on others in oth other
er other areas of the world."
Loewen, alto a linguist-anthropologist
by training, had as his
personal guests two Choco In Indians
dians Indians during his talk before tha
Christian Businessman's Commit Committee
tee Committee ef tha Isthmus of Pans mi.
Committee chaifman Fred Den Denton
ton Denton introduced a number of visitors
in the Tivoli Guest House audience,
including Governor W. E. Potter
and Lieutenant Governor John D.
McElheny.
One of the main barriers to
cross-cultural exchange. Dr. Loe Loewen
wen Loewen explained, is that of language,
since words have different mean meanings
ings meanings to different peoples.
He gave his audience a number
of vivid" examples, one of which
included the scene he had witness witnessed
ed witnessed in which an Indian was stroking
the hair of his beloved wife as she
lay dying from a snakebite.
"My spleen, my spleen," said
the husband. Jn his culture the
soleen was given the ame foun-
tainhead powers that our culture
attributes to the heart, Loewen
stated.
He alsa noted that throughout
tha world tha peoples of tha various-cultures
usually ceniider
thamsatves Cod's chosen people,
and that culture traits ganerally
accur in bundles.
Take away one prop from the
bundle, he continued, and the en
tire bundle might be affected. As
To Aussies,
ing off from work. But thei
first thing to learn about crick cricket
et cricket is that a morning isn't
enough.
Some contests go on for days.
By gentleman's agreement, this
ope was to conclude at 6:45.
whether or not anybody had
won. The Australians explained
that they have only 4Vi months
for their tour.
By 12:01 the water was boil boiling
ing boiling for tea, the. Australian had
doffed their navy blue blazers
and both teams pronounced
themselves top hole and ready
to start. Acting Cupt. Richard
Evans, for the homo team, and
Capt. Jim Court, for the visit
ors, strode out to the wicket
and tossed an American 50
cent piece for first bat.

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Loewen: and Loewen.

Cultural Exchange
an example, he noted that in pre
war Japan youth morality was bas
ed on the emperor image.
But with the doing away of the
edifying of the emperor, the foun
dation rock upon which youth mo
rality was based was destroyed.
"Missionaries in Japan now re report
port report there is a tremendous prob problem
lem problem among Japanese youht because
of the destruction of the Emperor
prop," the audience was told.
Panama Police Seek
Colombian Charged
With $5000 kindle
The Panama Secret Police yes yesterday
terday yesterday issued a formal request to
police organizations of different
counties for the arrest of Rafael
Rivera Casteblanco, accused of
master-mindins? a $5000 swindle
here.
Rivera arrived here June 27 on
a Colombian passport and depart departed
ed departed on Aug. 2, the Secret Police
said.
He is said to have sold an un unidentified
identified unidentified Panamanian resident on
the story that he has $50,000 in
Argentina but is unable to dis dispose
pose dispose of the money because he has
fallen into disfavor with Argen Argentine
tine Argentine President Arturo Frondizi.
Rivera encouraged the individ individual
ual individual to allow the use of his name
on bank drafts against the Han Hanover
over Hanover Bank of New York in ex exchange
change exchange for a fee. One of three
drafts made out by Rivera turn
ed out to be spurious after it had
bean cashed for the sum of $5000.
The other two drafts were for
$8000 and $20,000. 1
He was known here as a "Co
lombian millionaire" who spent
lavlshlv in niuht clubs and at the
President
Remon
racetrack.
Just Doesn't
"Which is heads?" they
debated after the toss. A friend friendly
ly friendly native umpired this dilem dilemma,
ma, dilemma, in favor of the Australians
who sent out two batters, Capt.
Court himself and Les West West-away.
away. West-away. The home team mean meantime
time meantime fielded a pair of bowlers
Sgt. Peter Fryer of the British
Air Force, and H. Mirza of
Pakistan, a World Bank em employe
ploye employe and aon of a former Paki Pakistan
stan Pakistan president, plus nine fields fieldsmen
men fieldsmen who were posted at such
strategic points as mid-on and
mld-off, short slip and square
leg.
"nrieket." accordlnc to. a re
cent treaties in the New York
Times, "is about knocking down
three niece of wood with a
ball."

For Fuerza y Luz

Make Railroad Trip
An unusual "freight shipment
was carried on the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad Tuesday when two mobile
generating units, consigned to the
Cia. Panamena de Fuerza y Luz
in Panamawere moved from Co Colon
lon Colon to Panama City. The generat generators
ors generators had been stored in the rail railroad
road railroad yard at Colon for some
weeks and had aroused consider
able comment and speculation as
to what they were and how they
would be used.
Each generator weighs 148,000
pounds and is equipped with a
rliesl engine. To effect the trans transfer
fer transfer from the Atlantic to the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side, they were coupled on,
like anv other box car.
A special train was used for
Operation Generator, with the
movp completed in three hours
travelling time.
Young Cocoli Maid
Put On Probation
For Pelly larceny
formerly employed as a house maM
at Cocoli, was placed on probation
ror one year today in Balboa Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court after pleading guilty
to three counts of petty larceny.
Ana Jusovino had recently been
helping her mother, who also works
as a maid for a Cocoli family. She
admitted to taking a woman's ring
from the maid's room of one house
in the area, a wrist watch from
another house and two pairs of
child's u n d e r p a nts from the
clothesline under a third residence.
The value of all the stolen items
was somewhat over $20.
i All of the articles were recover-
from the girl's home.
In view of the girl's ape and un
blemished yast record, imposition
! of sentenrp was susnended in favor
of the probation.

Click With US Newsmen

As far as 1 coul.i tell, thin
proved to be correct, and by
1:20 p.m. Westaway and Court,
batting alternately, had scored
35 runs each in an outstanding
effort to lock attainment of
this goal by bowlers Fryer and
Mlrza.
An enthusiastic crowd of some
18 persons observed the deve
lopments from under the green
canvas papopy, several times
eoina so far as to applaud. One
observer in a regrettable re
mission of manners once raised
his voice.
I believe what li" said was
"look out." a caiilioiniiy note
BDnarentlv addressed to the
batsman.
By the lunch break the Aus Australians
tralians Australians had scored 138 runs at

Rely On
Requiring

To Live On Zone

Canal Zone police officers todav were rushina com

pletion of retroactive tax claims based on deduction of
Zone housing rent for the income tax years 1955 through

Despite continuing confusion over applicability of a
US Appeals Court ruling which ordered the Internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue Service to pay a tax refund to a Veterans' Admin Administration
istration Administration doctor required to live on the hospital premises,
most members of the CZ police force were going ahead
confidently with the claims.
Many Panama Canal Company employes maintain
they too are required to live in company quarters on com company
pany company premises.

Police say their confidence is based on 40-veor-nU

administrative policy requiring members of the force to

reside within Cangl Zone jurisdiction.

But informed opinion was still
divided as to whether the ruling
granting Dr. J. Melvin Boykin his
rebate claim would apply to the av average
erage average Canal Compapy empjoye.
Legal observers.; pointed, eut
that Canal Company workers ara
not taclimtslly raulratf t Reside
In Zone a't' rf x t accept
employment hare; Many families
maintain homes In Panama.
In the case of Boykin, the court's
decision was based largely on
whether acceptance of such hous housing
ing housing was a condition of employment.
Boykin was required to live with
in hospital grounds ior perform
ance of his job, that is, so he could
be available for emergency call
Tha only clearly defined case
of this nature in the Canal Zona
is that of Federal District Judge
Guthrie F. Crowo, who is requir required
ed required by law to reside within US ju jurisdiction.
risdiction. jurisdiction. Police spokesmen point nut ,hat
written regulations require the
police commander and captains to
reside within their jurisdictions,
but that policy over nearly 40 years
has been to require such residence
of all members of the force.
Only one exception to the policy
Two New Physicians
Report For Duly
At CS Hospital
Two new physicians, who arc
to be assigned to Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital arrived on the Isthmus yes-
r ml n n U;iliinn
and Capt. John C. Maxwell, new
member .,f the Coco Solo Hospi
tal medical staff.
He acn.ee.. "-' V.i
hnrch and a eraduate of Yale
Universitv. He completed his me medical
dical medical studies at Yale in 1955 and
served his internship in the Uni University
versity University of Chicago Clinics. He
rp.enilv rnmDleter! his residency
in radiology at the University of
Chicago. His wife accompanied
him here.
Maxwell was born in Salt Lake
City. Utah, and is a graduate of
the University Utah. He 'ook
his medical training at the Uni University
versity University of Utlh College of Medi Medicine
cine Medicine and served a year's intern-
sh p at the
Hospital. He
Salt Lake Couniry
has a wife and three
children.
a lobs of only one wicket Play
was resumed at 2:43. Westaway
possibly had eaten too much' of
the potato salad, Swiss cheese
salami, llverwurst. frul, can
and buttered rolls, and not
enough of the hot tea. He was
bowled out almost at once
By now the tension and ex ex-citment
citment ex-citment were taking their toll
on the press. I felt regretfully,
shortly before the midafter midafter-noon
noon midafter-noon tea break. Acting Capt.
Evans phoned me the results
about 7 p.m. The Australian
Old Collegian had, scored 104
runs to the British Conimoii Conimoii-v
v Conimoii-v ealth Club's 114.
"It was an honorable
feat," Evans reported.
rte-

Policy
Police

is cited, that of a policeman who
already owned his home in Pana Panama
ma Panama before appointment to tht
force.

One legal source, weH-versed ak
tax law, said Ije still doubted th
Boykin ruling would h held t6

ply tjrthe majority-of flanaf Confo f- t
;oany.Ttmployesv
He agreed with other observers U

that the enipial test will h. !. i'

the Internal Revenue Servic
rules on the first retroactive
claim filed from the Canal Zone.
A half dozen such claims have
already been forwarded, but none
is yet known to have been approv approved
ed approved or disapproved.
The confusion did not prevent
hundreds of Zonians from prepar preparing
ing preparing retroactive claims for filing.
Some of these claims could mean
a rebate as high as $1000.
Amador Caddy Fined,
Jailed For Knife
Fight Al Limits
Clifford Black, 23-year-old Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian caddy at the Ft. Amador
Golf Club, was sentenced to 30 days
in jail and fined $100 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court tods'y for dis disturbing
turbing disturbing the peace by fighting in
the Canal Zone.
Black, against whom a felony
charge wa dismissed today at the
request offfche district attorney's
office, wasivolved in a fight at
the Limits Sunday after Lionel
Gooding, a fellow caddy at the golf
club, alighted from a bus at the
Limits stop.
According to police, Gooding in
tervened in a fight between Black
and Gooding's companion and dur-
'knife wound in the abdomen.
Balboa police took the wounded
man to Gor(s Hospital, where ex examination
amination examination revealed the knife had
made a deep cut but had not pen penetrated
etrated penetrated any vital areas of the
man's body.
Black, who has no police record
in the Canal Zone, pleaded guilty to
the les;er charge and admitted to
the stabbing as well as to starting
the fight.
Buchanan Arrives
To Succeed Hughes
At Corgas Hospital
Lt. Col. Dee C. Buchanan. MSC,
who will ho assigned in nrofpft-
Isional training and administrative
' won. Corgas Hospital, was due
to arrive in the Canal Zone today
from New York by plane. He will
take over the duties of Maj. Rob Robert
ert Robert L Hughes, professional train
ing otiicer at Oorgas, wno ten
ihe IMhnius last month
Buchanan, a native of
Baltl-
mnre, Md.. comes to tne (.anal
Zone from Harvard University
where he has been attending the
graduate school of Business Ad Administration.
ministration. Administration. He attended the University o
Illinois and was commissioned at
a second lieutenant in the VS.
Army in 1942. During World Waf
II, lie served ii. Ihe Pacific Thea Theater
ter Theater and later was stationed in Ja
pan Mr also serveo .n ioit-Ji.
He is being accompanied to the
Canal Zone by his wife and six
children.

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI PtADERS OWN COLUMN
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Letter ara racairad arattfully aira" ara ItindUB1 In B whotty tanlidantial
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THE MAIL BOX

DRASTIC CHANGE

Sir:

WASHINGTON A battle l..

i tween iwu giant steel corpora
j tions and a proposed nation.,
park is uking place ltiside the
ienate Interior Committee.
Lined up on one s.ue are Beih-
lehem Steel and George Humph
re, poiem exbecretary of Ihe
I Treasury, now head ol National
Steel. On the other lide are about
5000 acres of the beautiful India Indiana
na Indiana sand dunes, which a group if
senators want to preserve as a
national park.
Located between Chicago and

ban, ind., the Indiana dunes
are about the only remaining
Mecca lor recreation and wild wildlife
life wildlife left by the push of industriali industriali-zation.
zation. industriali-zation. West of the dunes is Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's grimy factory-land which
sprawls out inlo Indiana. On the
east is Gary, lnd., second great
est steel center in the world The

ID view or me many moan i umig m m sand aunes, with their extraordi

nary collection of trees, flowers

Uon annus ine lurditent nines, i wain 10 suRgeai one uU1r,
change that could be made before the end of this era. This change
would prove to be the most drastic and Jar-reaching of ah.
Since branches of great banking organizations have been
established on the Zone, and have solved that problem for civil civilian
ian civilian and military personnel, whv not Teally throw away the red
flannels" and grow up. Let the Ligget Drug Co., a Stateside super supermarket
market supermarket chain, F. W. Wool worths five and ten cent stores and
Sears, Roebuck each eftablish two branch stores here, one on the
Atlantic Side and one on the Pacific Side.
Then close all military and civilian PXs and commissaries,
and and do away with all privilege cards. Think of all the head headaches
aches headaches and money which would be saved, and how happy every everyone
one everyone would be. Peace, it's wonderful.
Shopper.

CALYPSO CONTEST

Sir

t ., cnHo r.i,ri-,t the Miffht.v Knarrow and his sponsors were I Moss

L uunuoj nielli .i- t -
guests at the Salon Richie. Lord Cobra, Panamas outstanding
calypso artist, gave a fine display. At the end of his program he
challenged the Mighty Sparrow to a calypso duel. The Mighty
Sparrow's sponsors did everything they could to avoid accepting
the challenge, and eased their man out of the jam-packed salon.
TJhe crowd thereupon proclaimed Lord Calypso the best calypso

perfnrmer in these pari', Dy opiuu

But now aooui ineir rrnpn nvc '"","", -h-
tn.n th tun ralvnso rjerformers''

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birds and unsullied bathing beach

es. are sandwiched between.
Humphrey, who once called the
proposed St. Lawrence Seaway
"a socialistic ditch," reversed
himself after his company secur secured
ed secured huge Labrador ore deposits,
and he now wants to put a mill
on the Indiana sand dunes to use
ore imported from Labrador via
the Seaway.
This has aroused the opposition
of Sens. Paul Douglas of Chicago,
Krnes Gruening. ihe ex-governor
of Alaska, Dick Neuberger u
Oregon, and Frank Moss of Utah.

and Gruenine flew tn the

Indiana dunes, wrote an enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic report opposing steel mills,
urging a national park.
In the secrecy of the Interior
Committee, however, three Re Republicans
publicans Republicans have lined ud with Ihe

steel mills. Thev are: Dworshalr

of Idaho. Allott of Colorado, and
Martin of Iowa. Dworshak's state
adjoins one of the finest national
parks in the world. Yellowstone,
with more geysers than in all the
rest of the world combined.
Allott's Colorado also eniivs

such famous national plaverounds

A slight change caused by two inches of rain cooled thines

a,,..., imt. hiif n- mulct itanrl more.

iavwaj m, iiiwt, u jv n ii u g ,,

Had a card from Mrs. Mea Lewis sayine sne is suiu biuuhu s m inpsa verae national park,
over the Vallev of Ten Thousand Smokes and waitine for a and the Rocky Mountain Nation Nation-chance
chance Nation-chance to circle the North Pole. There seem to be a lot of folks gl Park.

Up there at present since Alaska has Deccme a siaie u is nei- i However, when it comes (o

ting a lot of visitors.
I am enclosing a snapshot taken bv flash of me sound as as-sleep
sleep as-sleep at nine o'clock at night. They got lost In the mall and
have been travellne around two months, but finally made It
The sun doesn't seem Quite so bright, and my eves are get-
"TookYhe family to a fish dinner. Got there lust as the doors
Opened and in five minutes at least 50 were standing up. The
manaeer alwavs follows mr to the table to reet me posslblv
thinking It may be the last time." but he has another guess
COrnl; are still eating that lDO-oound buck RiU got last Nov. 17
Still hear talk of a short vacation, but It's too far to eel
to a better place. Would enjoy a jug of that cider in the moun mountains.
tains. mountains. Will know soon. pop

Sir:

BUIT.ET BALLAD
I work from morn till nearly night.
To help Uncle balance the Budget.
But all he does that I can see,
la to find some way to nudge it.
We have to do this at our house.
But folks, It's such a challenge.
I wish someone would show me
Just how to budget the balance.
Lord Helpus.

UNBUSY LINE

Sir:

preserving onP of the few remain remain-ins
ins remain-ins beauty spots of industral In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, these senators sided with
Bethlehem Steel and National
Steel.

Note: Executives of National
Steel contributed $37,200 to the
GOP at Ihe last presidential elec election:
tion: election: Bethlehem Steel executives

contributed S8R50; Great Lakes

Steel executives, associated wiih
National S'eel. save $18,000. Na National
tional National Steel during the second
nuarter of this far lipped its pro profits
fits profits from $6,527,762 to $22,957,018,
or a nrofif pf $3.06 per. share com compared
pared compared with 88 cents a share.

VENGEANCE

I guess I'll be getting some sort or a reduction on my tele telephone
phone telephone bill from the Fuerza v I.uz company this month.
First my telephone went out of order on Saturday morning,
and despite' an early call to the repair department It didn't be be-rin
rin be-rin to function again until Monday morning.
I thought everything would be all right after that, but ap apparently
parently apparently the repair men didn't feel that way. When I got back
home from work, the n.aid told me that someone had been In
to fix the telephone. He certainly fixed It all right the next dav
It went on the blink again and has been that way ever since.
The "fixer" changed the wire leading Into the receiver and took
away the old wire alone with the plastic protector which I had
bought and carefully wrapped around the wire. When I called
"reparaclones" that afternoon, before the phone became unser unserviceable
viceable unserviceable again, and told the girl who answered that a companv
Employe had been in to change the wire and had taken the
plastic away with him. her answer was "Yes, so?''
I guess I should have hung up right then, but I swallowed
iiv nride and informed her that I would like to get It back. Hei

answer was something like this. "Ooh! Very well, I'll look into
the matter right away." And that's the last 1 heard of It.
So you see, taking Into account the number of days my tele telephone
phone telephone has been unserviceable through no fault of my own and
the 75 cents I paid for the plastic covering, mv telephone bill
should be lower by at least a $150 this month.
Phoneless.

Journalism's Infantryman

I II NEA Sen.ce, Inc. P ",

urging him to support, Strauss.
He voted the other way.
Nobody really expected that
retaliation against those who op opposed
posed opposed Strauss would come soon
or be so blatant. However, in Al Albuquerque
buquerque Albuquerque last week, Joseph Ren Ren-don,
don, Ren-don, who has run for Congress on
the Republican ticket, announced
that he would run against Sen.
Clinton Anderson, Democrat of
New Mexico, the man who led
the anti-Struss forces.
Rendon told friends that h had
been offered more than $250,000
to help defeat Anderson.
"I received six telephone calls
in the past week," Rendon said.
The people who offered to finance

my campaign are friends of Lewis

Strauss.
"It might take up to half a
million dollars to defeat Ander

son, he said. "I have been of

fered more than $250,000."
Anderson, who has a long and

distinguished record in the House

of Representatives, th Senate

and the Cabinet, has been consid

ering retirement from public life.
Announcement that Str-Miss's back

ers would flood New Mexico with

money to defeat him will probab probably
ly probably make him run again.

breakfast with Jimmy Davis in
New Orleans the other day and
tentatively explored backing the
crooning ex-Governor of Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana for another term against Earl
Long. Helis is chairman of the
Louisiana Minerals Board. ..Speak ..Speaker
er ..Speaker Sam Raybum tipped off Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Mike Kirwan of Ohio
the other day that Sen. Lyndon
Johnson, his fellow Texan, will
definitely be a candidate for Pre-

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sident... Jimmy Stewart, the mo motion
tion motion picture actor, now an Air
Force Reserve general, is bow bowing
ing bowing to Sen. Margaret Chase Smith
of Maine and spending his 15
days active duty in tire Pentagon
as a public relations officer. Mrs.
Smith insisted that reserve offi officers
cers officers serve their allotted time ev even
en even though they're glamor -sses
and serve in jobs for Uch
they are qualified.

One report that went the rounds

of Senate cloarkrnoms during the

confirmation battle over Adm
Lewis Strauss was that of reta.
liation against senators who vot
ed against the proposed Secreta
ry of Commerce.
Backstaee nressure was great

er than during any other confir

mation f'sht 'n this centnrv. Cat

ham Mills, Burlinpton Mills, and

On. Kenneth rtnv the b'c tex

tile lawyer, all pressured Senat

ors Jordan nd En-in nf North! New

Carolina. They withstood the
pressure..
The Coca Cola interests, he"4
ed hy Bob ,vnoH'-..ff anH Rill
Rob'nson, both enlfing partners
n' U-e'j nre-c....eH Senator Tal Tal-madce
madce Tal-madce of Georsia.
John L. T,ev;s of the United
Mine Workers pressured Senators
Randolnh and Byrd from the
coal-mining state of West Vir"i Vir"i-"ii.
"ii. Vir"i-"ii. Thev also refuse'1 to switch.
Lewis even put throueh a nerson-
'1 rjl tn Son T.vpnn Johnson a
few hours before thr final vote

CAPITAL CHAFF

Washington socialites hav been

talking about a romance between
89-year-old Daisy Harriman, the
grand old lady of the Democratic
Party, and 91-year-old Senator
Theodore Francis Green of Rhode
Island, oldest man to serve in the
Senate. Mrs. Harriman says it
ain't so. ..Senator "Call Me Ken"
Keating of New York won his
nickname by the way In which
he tells the ladies to drop the ti title
tle title "Senator." "Just call me

Ken," he says. ..Bill Helis, the big

Orleans oil tycoon, had

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GRAHAM, England (UPI)

The chief constable of Gloucester

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this explanation- for traffic con congestion:
gestion: congestion: "If you give a woman
an inch she'll park In it."

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MODEL U.S. KITCHEN Doris Johnson of Penns Grove
N:J., makes sure everything is in apple pie order in the model
kitchen at the U.S. exhibit in Moscow. Doris, a student at the
University of Michigan, is one of the 83 Russlan-speakin
guides at the show in Moscow's Sokolniki Park.

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I was crestfallen when I read a stoiv In your Aug. 6 edition

which gave the Idea that the most serious gripe that Panama
Canal seamen had. among other unfavorable working conditions,
was the type of food they are fed while aboard transiting ships.
However I was relieved when you published a statement last
Sunday attributed to another seaman spokesman who declared
emphatically that poor food was one of their worries, but by no
means ti' most Important erf their troubles.
It would have been sad Indeed, if the affected man reallv
gave more Importance to their bellies than tn their billfolds.
After all, If they received better salaries tl vv probably would
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sons persons in terms of the craftsman
sharpening a sword or polishing
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Anyone who uses precision in

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purpose for which they have been
designed. Otherwise they eanbe

dulled, twisted and warped.

A sword is not meant to chop
kindling. An arrow is not te be
used as a stick to grub in the
earth. The same Is true of God's
servants. We are His instruments
whom He has fashioned for a

world-wide mission.
Instead we have kept our

selves at the humdrum tasks. So

Hie cul line edge of our effective

ness has been blunted, the high
"olish of our enthusiasm dimmed.
We must perform Ihe (ask for
which Cod designed us if we
would recover our effectiveness.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1959

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TURKISH TREAT A group of Panamanians was entertained Tues day afternoon aboard the visiting Turkish navy minesweep minesweeper
er minesweeper Sinop. The Sinop, formerly a US Navy vessel, has been acquired by the Turkish government and is being sailed home by
a 38-man Turkish crew. The minesweeper reached Rodman Monday after a 20-day trip from the West Coast and will leave to today
day today on its way to New York. .Seated at the dinner table (lef t to right) are Miss lillana Diaz, Guillermo (Willie) Hinds, J. J.
Harrison Jr., Lt. Bigat Rifat, executive officer; and chief petty officer Celal Basar. (Photo Fernandez)

House Committee Rejects
Increase In Gasoline Tax

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Ways and Means Commit Committee
tee Committee today rejected a series of pro proposals
posals proposals for raising federal gasoline
taxes as a means of solving the
.financial crisis in the highway
construction program.
At a two-hour closed-door ses session,
sion, session, the committee spurned some
half-dozen plans for replenishing
the badly-depleted trust fund
which finances the building of the
41,000-mile interstate road net network.
work. network. Most involved a hike in the
gfoline tax.
"- first time, the commit committee
tee committee took up a modified version of
1 i 1 ent Eisenhower's proposal
to beef up the fund by raising the
tax from S to 4V4' cents a gallon.
A variation of the- President's
plan, offered by Rep. Richard M.
Simpson (R-Pa.), was rejected by
a reported 17-8 vote.
The President hs warned Con Congress
gress Congress that the .-construction pro program
gram program would grind to a halt un unless,;
less,; unless,; something was done about
the "irust fund. He has rejected
all alternatives to a tax hike.
The committee failed again to
edme up with a solution "to the
New York Town
Terrorized By Mad
Murderer Of Three
- ISLIP, N. Y. (UPI) Police 1
announced today they have been
questioning a man through the
night in the apparently senseless
killings of three lone night
workers on eastern Long Island.
They identified him as Francis
Bloeth, of Islip, and said he
would be booked today for a non nonfatal
fatal nonfatal tavern hold-up on July 27.
Islip police said he was picked
up after a car registered in the
name of his wife, Jane, was
found to tally with partial identi identification
fication identification of a car seen speeding
from a Westhampton diner early
Saturday after the killing of Mrs.
Irene Currier, 50, third victim of
the "mad murderer of Suffolk
County
Mrs. Currier's murder followed
by only eight dtys the slaying of
Hans Hachmann, 54, owner of an
Islip delicatessen and just three
days after the killing of Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Kircher, 53, countermam in
a Smithtown diner.
In each of the killings, the
murderer was believed to have
taken about $100 from the cash
register and killed to prevent his
later identification.
Throughout eastern Long Island,
night establishments have closed
early or stationed extra personnel
with lone workers in fear of an another
other another "mad murder" attack. A
do-it-yourself laundry put a sign
in the window: "Due to the mad
killer on Long Island we are
forced to close 4:30 p, m. So get
up early, bring your wash, go
home early and lock your doors."

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ROBERT C. HATCH (right), manager for Braniff Airways in
Panama, deliver a round-trip courtesy ticket fortrave to the
Ujilted States to engineering student Isaac ZaframV who will un
dertake graduate work at Oregon State College In Corvallis, Ore
Selected by the Institute of International Education and chosen on
the basis of an outstanding record, Zafrani is one of many Pan
amanians who have been awarded Braniff scholarships since the
airline inaugurated its scholarship program in' 1950 as an effective
means to further inter-American education and promote friendly
relations between the Americas.

problem in the face of a warning
by Republican congressional lead leaders
ers leaders that Democrats must bear the
responsibility if the construction

program is jeopardized.
Senate GOP leader Everett M.
Dirksen (111.) said after discus discussing
sing discussing the problem with the Presi President
dent President that "the administration
must leave it to the Democratic
majority in Congress to decide
what to do to prevent this pro program
gram program from grinding to a stand standstill."
still." standstill." v
Without some congressional ac action,
tion, action, he said, the road building
program would be halted in many
states next summer.
House Republican Leader
Charles A. Halleck (Ind.) said
he believed the President would
reject any plan for scuttling the
payas-you-build trust fund and fi financing
nancing financing the program out of gen general
eral general treasury revenues.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) replied that
any trOr attempt to place the
blame for the impasse on Com
gress would fall "pretty flat." He
also said: "I think we'll have a
roads bill."
Democrats on the Ways &
Means Committee, assigned the
chore of coming up with a financ financing
ing financing plan, complained that the
President and the administration
have taken too uncompromising a
stand in their demand for a gaso gasoline
line gasoline tax hike.
Under the rejected Simpson pro proposal,
posal, proposal, gasoline taxes would have
been raised by Wi cents a gallon
for 10 months beginning Sept. 1,
with the hike being cutback to one
cent a gallon for the four years
beginning next July 1.
Bronx Zoo Gets
Better Deal
In Animal Swa p
NEW YORK (UPI) -The
Bronx Zoo annoonced today it
is the winning party in what it
called "the most unequal animal
trade anyone on our staff can
remember.
In return for a pair of European
bison or wisents, of which only
are Known to be in existence,
the New York zoo is sending the
Amsterdam Zoo 18 American
prairie dogs, for which no census
figures are available.
The uneven swap was suggested
by the Dutch zoo, and the prairie
dogs are now being rounded up
on the prairies, which is ajso
where the buffalo, or American
bison, used to roam.
HEAD FOR VIENNA
PARIS (UPI) Executive editor
James R. Doran of the Harris Harris-burg
burg Harris-burg (Pa.) Patriot News headed
a group of Pennsylvanians who
left Paris today for Vienna en
route to Russia. Doran is leader
of the group of business and pro profession!
fession! profession! men on a "private fact factfinding
finding factfinding tour."

Suitcase Mystery
A Real Baffler

LONDON (UPI)-The case of
the mixed up suitcase became
more baffling today.
A traveling salesman who called
for his suitcase at a railway sta station
tion station checkroom yesterday was
nanaea me wrong bag. It con contained
tained contained $14,000, part of the loot
from an unsolved bank robbery
last April, according to the police.
Detectives filled the suitcase
with telephone books, returned it

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to the checkroom and settled
down to wait, It was claimed
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claimed it and another man were
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Police withheld all names in the
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WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
Senate Rackets Committee
plunged into a closed-door inquiry
of Walter P. Reuther's United
Auto Workers today after re

jecting a union demand that any
charges.be aired in public.
The committee discussed for an
hour Reuther's request that the
doors be opened on what he
termed "star chamber" proceed
ings, but roted 5-2 against a mo
tion by Sen. John F. Kennedy fD
Mass.) to make the meetings pub
lic. One member. Sen. Karl E.
Mundt (R-S.D.) abstained
At issue is a long standing de
mand by the committers four
Republican members that t h e
groVp Investigate Reuther's un-
ion. So far the four committee
Democrat, have maintained that
u
no such Inquiry was warranted
Today s session was nrr-n5Pd
to review testimony and evidence
gathered by GOP members
T' ..H-i'i- ii. Z : T k
A leader In the drive has been
a long-time Reuther foe. Sen.
Barry M. Goldwater (R-Ariz ).
Voting with Kennedy to open 110
the hearing was Sen. Frank
Church (D-Idaho). Two Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, chairman John L. McClel McClel-lan
lan McClel-lan (Ark.) and Sen. Sam. J. Er Er-vin
vin Er-vin (D-N.C.) joined three Repub Republicans
licans Republicans in voting against the mo motionSens.
tionSens. motionSens. Carl T. Curtis (Neb.)
Homer E. Capehart (Ind.) and
Goldwater.
The defeat of the Kennedy mo motion
tion motion left In tact an original com
mittee agreement to first hear
the GOP-gathered material in pri-
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vate and then decide later wheth whether
er whether evidence backed up charges
sufficiently to warrant a public
hearing.
The committee defeated by a
4-4 tie vote a Capehart motion
which would have had the ses sessions
sions sessions continue in private and then
automatically open up.
Capehart said- the committee
was trying "not to smear any anyone
one anyone in public" if evidence and
testimony failed to stand up.
The committee called as its

first witness, John D. Hale of Red
iBank, N. J., president of the
George Elliott Company of New
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AT FAREWELL DINNER FOR COL., MRS. WALSH
Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, ustnmander in Chief, Caribbean
Command, and Mrs. Gaither entertained Tuesday evening At
their Quarry Heights residence at an informal dinner party
honoring Col. and Mrs. Louis A. Walsh Jr.
Guests included Brig. Gen. and Mrs. James W. Coutts, Lt.
Col. and Mrs. R. M. Piper, Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. R. Poole, Lt.
Col. and Mrs. W. E. Waters, Capt. J. R. Lawrence and Miss
R. Aronoss.
Col. and Mrs. Walsh left the Isthmus yesterday aboard
the SS Ancon for his new assignment at the Infantry Cen Center.
ter. Center. Fort Benning, Ga,

following tin 1:30 Communion

service.

Mrs. McKibbon and Mn. Boyd
will act as hostesses. Activities
preparatory to the bohio and ba

zaar at the spring festival will be
discussed.

Mrs. Millard Arnold
Arrives From Manila
Mrs Millard D. Arnold arrived
this week from Manila to spend
some time visiting her sister,
Mrs Ridpelv Gaither, and Lt
Gen. Ridgely Gaither, at Quarters
One. Quarry Heights.
Mrs. Arnold's husband is as
sociated with the First National
City Hank of New York in the
Philippines.
Dean, Mrs. Hackitt
Rlturn From Vacation
Rnppr C. Hackett rie3n of the

Canal Zone Junior College, return-,
ed on the SS Ancon this week'
from leave spent in the United
States anr" Canada with Mis.
Hackett, who now is visiting her
parents in North Carolina, will
return to the Canal Zone in Octo

ber.
Dean and Mrs. Hackett spent
part of their leave as the guests
! of Col. and Mrs. James R. Wergen
in Goose Bay, Labrador. Col.
Wergin, who is a 1933 Cristobal
High School graduate, is thn com commanding
manding commanding officer of the Air Defense
Command in Labrador and Baf
fin Island.

ent is scheduled for next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening, and will begin at 6
p.m. with cocktails at the home
of Jane Huldtquist, 8461 Alcora
Slreet. Margarita.

A barbecue will be served at!
the home of Bobby Dowler. with i
Kelly Wainio providing the salad.
The party will close with dessert;
at the home of Marv Nell Sane-!

Members are requested to make
reservations by calling 3 1747.

St. Luke's Guild
Mets Tomorrow
The Morning Guild of St. Luke's
Cathedral in Ancon will have a
regular monthly meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning at 9 in the Deanery,

EmbJim Club Plans
Prognssivi Dinnir
A nrnpressivp dinner will

the next social event for mem-j
bers of Emblem Club 52. The ev-

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Belgian Monarch
Spikes Romance
Rumors On Riviera
HYERF.S, France (UPI) Vaca Vacationing
tioning Vacationing King Baudouin of the
Belgians re-kind'ed rumors of
romance with French Princess
Marie-Therese of Bourbon-Parma
today by moving down the Ri Riviera
viera Riviera roast to a spot convenient conveniently
ly conveniently near the villa of the girl's
family.
The 28 vear old monarch, who
flew to the Riviera from Bruss Brussels
els Brussels Sunday, established his va vacation
cation vacation headquarters at Cap Be Be-nat.
nat. Be-nat. But it was reported he had
gone to the villa of his sister.
Princess Joseohine Charlotte of
Luxembourg, at Bormes-less-mi-mosas.
a handy halfwav between
Cap Benat and the Bourbon -Parma
vacation villa at St. Tro Tro-nez,
nez, Tro-nez, 25 miles farther along the
coast.
The renorts that the King was
at Bormes-les-Mimisas touched
off speculation that he and Marie Marie-Therese
Therese Marie-Therese might have arranged to
meet.

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Meetings
Atlantic Camera Club

The color division of the Atlan

tic Camera Club will have a regul

ar monthly meeting Monday eve evening
ning evening at 7:45 in the club rooms at
Mount Hope.
Club competition on a general

subject will be held, and mem

bers are requested to bring slides
for entry and points toward the
plaque.
The program will feature the
showing of a set of slides with
commentary, sent to the club
from PSA. Guests are welcome lo
attend.

Bridge Session
P. Hodgson and R. Wolf claiml
ed first place in the weekly Bal Balboa
boa Balboa USOJWB duplicate bridge
session yesterday.
Placing second were: E. Wolf
and A. Zoldhelyi; third, T. Reed
and H. Chalfy and fourth, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Scott.

Batea Classes
Arthur Mokray's batea painting
Class will meet this evening at
7:30 p.m. at the Balboa USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center.
Prospective members may ent enter
er enter the group any Thursday with without
out without losing out on past instructions
as Mokray's teaching is indivi individual.
dual. individual. There is no charge for the class.

AWARDS AT FINANCE OFFICE Mrs. Dolores Coffy, Mrs.- Marea Duncan and Mrs. Betty Jo
Opry, civilian employes of the US Army Caribbean Elnance and Accounting Office, Corzoal,
receive course completion certificates from Col. P. H. Laming, finance officer. They success successfully
fully successfully completed an off-duty course in college level accounting, conducted under auspices of the
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Criminals In US
BUFFALO, U. Y. (UPI) FBI
agents invaded a motel room here
early today and seized one of the
nation's 10 most wanted criminals
and an accomplice, both consid considered
ered considered "extremely dangerous."
The "most wantec" was identi identified
fied identified as James Francis Jenkins,

38. who broke out of a Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia jail in April while awaiting
trial on bank robbery charges. His
roommate was Henry Kiter Jr.,
27, sought on a charge of assist assisting
ing assisting Jenkins after his escape.
Both men were awake but un unarmed
armed unarmed when several agents burst
into their room shortly after mid

night. They offered no resistance.

In their car outside the motel,
agents found a sawed-off shoteun.

No other arms were found.

The FBI, as Is its custom, de declined
clined declined to say how it was led to the

pair, but said they wer known

to have been in Buffalo for sever several
al several days.
Jenkins, heavy-set and balding,
was added to the FBI's 10 most
wantec list only last month. He
was awaiting trial for th March
4 $17,730 robbery of a bank In
Broomall, Pa., when he and two
cellmates escaped from a Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia jail April SO.

Secret Invitations
For Rockefeller
Wedding Sent Out

SOGNE, Norway (UPI) Anne
Marie Rasmussen has begun
mailing formal invitations to her

Aug. 22 wedding to Steven Rocke

feller, it was disclosed today. The

weddin? list itself was being
kept secret.

Informed sources said thus far

between 60 and 70 Norwegian

guests have been invited, most of

them from Sogne and most of
them friends and relatives of the

bride.
Plans for the Rockefeller fami

ly's attendance remained obscure

here as the wedding date ap approached.
proached. approached. It was thought Mrs.

Nelson Rockefeller, Steve's

mother, would arrive early next
week to help with the wedding
arrangements. Governor Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller is expected Aug. 20.
-Every other detail about the
wedding and its festivities re remained
mained remained as secret as the guest
list. Steve and "Mia" were be believed
lieved believed in seclusion on the islands
of Norway's south coast and
planning to stay there at least
until tomorrow.

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ULCER SURVEY
YORK, England (UPI) Too
much sugar may be more of a
factor than the stress and strain
of business life in causing ulcers,
a group of doctors said today. A

survey, conducted among 2,800

uicer sunerers snoweu more ul ulcers
cers ulcers smmig townspeople t h n
among country folk. Researchers
said there might be some con connection
nection connection in the fact that town
dwellers eat more ugar than
Country residents.

Jackia Glttion undoubtedly

would be. fascinated to know how

many of his devotees in snow
business are making book or plac

ing wagers on the length of time

he'll remain a part of the cast oi
"Connecticut Summer," or "Take
Me Along," or whatever they de decide
cide decide to call the musical based on
Eugene O'Neill's "Ah Wilder Wilderness!"
ness!" Wilderness!" Those betting against Jack Jackie's
ie's Jackie's fidelity to the show are count counting
ing counting on his track record: he doesn't
like to rehearse, and is famous
for having things his wsy when a
line or a scene strikes him as

"not right" for Gleason. Then

there s the undeniable tact that
the character he's playing even
if expanded to please him isn't
of major importance to the script,
and the patent incongruity of
Jackie Gleason being re'ated to
Walter Pidgeon seems almost too
formidable for even the cleverest
of librettists to resolve.

Tip to movies fans: don't misS
Carv Grant's newest. "North By
Northwest." He's perfectly darling
in it. and it's a good flick, too...
Stanley Donen's chums don't
think he'll marry Lady Adele
Beatty. She's beautiful and works
as public relations counsel for his
independent film company, and
thev find each other fun but
that's about it ... A plush race racetrack
track racetrack is hush-hushing the fact
that a newly built grandstand col collapsed
lapsed collapsed the other day. The inci incident
dent incident might cause an investigation
into the entire operation.
Marlon Brando has been dis displaying
playing displaying the most playful kind of
mood during the shootin? of "The
Fugitive Kind" at the Gold Med Medal
al Medal Studios. His dexterity with wa water
ter water nistoli proved nerve-wracking
to both cast and crew he doused
them whenever the spirit moved
him... Gladys Gooding, for many
vears the nrgr.nist at Madison
Square Garden and Ebbets field,
is seriously ill in Tucson, Ariz.

The romance thrilling the staff
of "Once Upon a Mattress" stars
Marv Rodgers and Marshall Bar Barer...
er... Barer... Tele vision, which beat Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood to the punch with theHelen
Morgan story, 1' doing the same
by scheduling "The Mafia Rtorv"
for fsll production. There'll be
moaning and wnilin among the
several movie studios' battling -over
rights to the Mafia as a dra dramatic
matic dramatic subject...
The anti-Castro faction in New
York is collecting money for arms
from thr same people who a year
ago were donating funds to Fi Fidel's
del's Fidel's revolution. Pretty confusing
... White House circles expect at

least one perhaps two cabinet

vacancies within the nefl couple
of montts... George DeWitt, who
has had custody of his little boy
for years, is upset because his ex ex-wife,
wife, ex-wife, Clare Kelly, has decided to
make legal attempts to get the
child. v

This could be funny: A group
of Broadway stagehands are peti petitioning
tioning petitioning the union to pass a law
permitting them to refuse to wonc
with performers who didn't treat
hem "with the proper respect."
hey claim that under the pre present
sent present set-up stars can push them
around and they have no way of
"protecting their dignity"... KeviJ
McClory's romance with Bobo Si Si-grist
grist Si-grist hasn't hurt him socially.
Since he's been beau'ing about
tre former Mrs. Gregg Juarez.
Kevin's had the rare privilege of
meeting Princess MargaretDi MargaretDinah
nah MargaretDinah Washington is in the mood
to leave Mercury Records a nd
start warbling for Roulette.. .Jazz
critic Nat Hentoff, currently pare
ing from his wife, has settled on
his next bride. They expect the
rice to be tossed as soon as it's
legally correct.

Experts on gams can adjust
their monocles when the musical
"Happy Town" arrives on road roadway;
way; roadway; one of the dancers in the
show, Judy Kiern, is supposed to
have legs of stunrog perfection,
and the producers of the divertis divertissement
sement divertissement will do everything in their
oower to canitalize on her shape shapeliness..
liness.. shapeliness.. .The Eastside LaStrada is
reopening Aug. 11 with an. expen expensive
sive expensive new decorating job and a
"private room in the rear for lov lov-rs."
rs." lov-rs." (No word on how you quali qualify
fy qualify for that section!).
There's no end to the talents of
dancer painter Geoffrey Holder.
In September, he'll make his
debut as a singer at the Village
Gate and take bows as co-author

with Tom Harshman of a book

titled "Black Gods, Green Is

lands." The tome deals with folk

tales of the Caribbean, and is
'u'l of Holder illustrations.
Lawrence Tierney, who has

been something of a bad boy

since his success in the Dillinger
flicker yars ago, will get a come

back chance in the Robert Taylor
TV series,- '(Captain ;of Dete-

tives ...Don t- say there's nothing

new in the world of strippers. A
French beauty named Dea Du
Bois has a fresh gimmick she
pilots her own plane from one en engagement
gagement engagement to another,. When or orchestra
chestra orchestra leader Dick Stabile is of officially
ficially officially free, pals expect him to
make Mimi Gendel his next bride.

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Bntl trHh Chapter
Plans Initiation tanuet
The Irvine Zapp Chapter of
Bnai Brith will commemorate iti
second anniversary this weekend
with a banquet which will be held
at the El Ranoho Garden, Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, at 8 p.m.
Preceeding the banquet, the

La

ST. CLAIRE
SANTA CLARA

lodfe will hold initiation ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies for five new members st 6
p.m. in the Community Hall of
the Kol Shearith Israel Temple
in Belle Vist. All members are
urged to attend the initiations and
visitinf Bnai Brith members are
invited.
The banquet will climax the an anniversary
niversary anniversary activities and will of offer
fer offer the musU, of PMo Acosta and
his orchestra, as well as the Ma Maria
ria Maria chi Sinsers of Mexico.
Reservations for the banquet
may be made with Leo Speevak,
2-4224 or 2-63-05; Mike Battel, 2 2-346
346 2-346 or 3-7062) or Munio Stern,
2-3250 or 3-6046.

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LITTLE ROCK. Ark Gov. Or Or-val
val Or-val Faubus, denouncing integra integration
tion integration plans on the eve of integra integrate
te integrate at two Little Rock high
schools, but advising against vio violence:
lence: violence: "To all of you who love Chn".
who love freedom and who love
your children, I see nothing to be
gained tomorrow by disorder and
violence."

DAVID W. PLUMIR
David W. Plumer, recent Canal
Zone arrival, will commence
regular services at the Chapel of
Saint Clare, Sante Clara.
Plumer, who was recently as assigned
signed assigned as assistant at Saint An Andrew's
drew's Andrew's Episcopal Church, Cocoli,
reported that he will condlct
Mornine Praver and sermon

services the third Sunday of

each month starting Sunday at
10 a.m.. Services will be held
also on special occasions when
the population in this resort a a-rea
rea a-rea is swelled by communi communicants
cants communicants durine holiday weekends.

Plumer recently returned to the
Isthmus from New Haven,
Conn., where she spent three

years at Berkeley Divinity
School preparing for the priest

hood. He is accompanied by

his wife and two children, Caro

line and Clarissa. Mrs. Plumer,

nee; Conwav Maphis. is a local

eirl. the dauehter of Mrs. Mar

tuerite MaDhis and the late

Sam W. Manhis. She' was form

irly employed" as registered

Burse at Gorgas Hospital.
Plumer Served in the U.S. Ar

mv in Panama with the I. A.

G.S. until 1956.

CHICAGO Msgr. Joseph Cus Cus-sen,
sen, Cus-sen, charging that an arsonist
set the Our Lady of Angers
school fire last Dec. 1 that killed
92 children and three nuns:
"There's no doubt in my mind

that somebody set that fire
There's some nut loose."

SANTIAGO, Chile Secretary

of State Christian A. Herter, ex

pressing confidence that the
American Hemisphere foreign

ministers conference will help the

peoples of the hemisphere develop

a better life without sacrificing

freedom :

"We have the opportunity in the

spirit, friendship and respect char characterizing
acterizing characterizing our relations to give
new vigor to the inter-American
system and progrsi to our hem

isphere."

UNION CHURCH
Gamboa
Chairman J. D. Tate has an
nounced that the reeular month

lv meeting of the Council of

the Gamboa Union Church will

be held Monday, at 7:30 p.m
in the church parlors.

All the classes of the Sunday
School except kindergarten will

continue to assembly in the
main chapel for the remaining

sundavs of August. Mrs. r. m.

Bell conducts the assembly and

teaches the advanced classes.

Opidnday, the theme of the
minsiteVs address at Mo r n i n g
Worship will be; "Partisans for
Truth." The service will open at
10:40 a.m.

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Hews Man For Using
Discredited Phrases

MOSCOW (UPI The Commu Communist
nist Communist Partv newspaper Pravda crit criticized
icized criticized New York Daily News cor correspondent
respondent correspondent Frank H o 1 e m a n
yesterday for using "discred "discredited"
ited" "discredited" phrases such as "iron cur curtain"
tain" curtain" and "police state" in an
article on Vice President Richard
M. Nixon's tour.

The official Soviet pjrty paper
said that "one can (Jy pity a
journalist who talks the language
of the cold war by force "of

habit."

"This language," Pravda added
"Is now being rejected by many ;
ImBrinana wkn nnur lrnnul murh

more of the truth about the U.S.
S.R. than some years ago."
"All right thinking Americans,"
said Pravda, "in spite of the
council of Holeman and his like,
will assuredly draw the only cor correct
rect correct conclusion from the facts:
the necessity of peaceful coexist coexistence
ence coexistence between the two systems,
th stremrthening and expansion
of peaceful cooperation between
the U.S.S.B. and the U.S.A."

ASSOCIATION GETS PAINTING Panamanian artist Lloyd A. Bartley shakes hands with Joseph
Lonteen, executive director of the Panamanian-North American Association's cultural center, after
,nti'no nn. nf hi naintinp to the association. Lookine on is Mrs. Acracia S. Smyth, the center's

librarian. The painting by Bartley, who leans towards semi-cubism, depicts a portion of Central Ave-
, i i j 'T b nn trnl Tt twill ha huntf in tht. n csnria tinn's lihrnrv

nue unaer a iropicai sun aim is cuuun ... j
which will be inaugurated shortly.

3 Negroes Convicted

Of Rape; Sentenced

To Die In Hot Seal

Gary Crosby, Bing
Bitterly Estranged

LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPD-Bing

Crosby' eldest son, Gary, said to today
day today he is bitterly estranged from

his famous father.

Gary, 26, said:
"Weejust don't get along."
He said his father has not come
to see him and his three broth brothersDennis
ersDennis brothersDennis PhiliD and Lindsay

in their successful new nightcluD

act at the Sahara Hotel here.

And, Gary added, he has no

plans to invite Bing.
"The other boy's can invite him

if they want," he said. "Ain't with his brothers, was deeply at

always knew we could get along
on our own although some people,
of course, didn't think so. The
Crosby name has always helped.
But you've gotta have something
else to make it because if you're
out there five minutes and noth nothing
ing nothing happens. Dad, you're dead."

Gary disagreed with a comment
that many people thought he bore
a striking resemblance to his
father in looks and stage pres

ence.

"A lot of people think 1 look

like my mother," said Gary, who

Bubble Gum Firm
Stops Offering

Knives To Kids
NEW YORK (UPI) The Ba Ba-znokaBubblp
znokaBubblp Ba-znokaBubblp Gum Co. has agreed
to stop offering big knives to its
small customers. Dist. Atty. Ed Ed-warn
warn Ed-warn S. Silver announced today.
Silver said a New Jersey moth mother
er mother had written him indignantly
saying she had intercepted a let letter
ter letter from her 9-year-old son to the
Brooklyn firm, enclosing 15 cou coupons
pons coupons from gum packages and 75
cents for a promised sheath knife.
Silver said he passed the com-

I plaint on to the firm and it volun

tarily agreed tl stop onering tnc
knife nn 8 3-4-inch weapon in a
leather sheath.

ADVENTIST
Gembea
A thanksgiving service wik be
held isunday nignt at 7 o'clock in
the Seventh Day Adventist Church,
Gamboa.
The service is to be attended by
Minister of Government and Just Justice
ice Justice Jose D. Bazan and will be
conducted by Elder A. A. Grizzle.

LAGRANGE, Ga. (UPD Three

Negroes were convicted last
night of raping two young white
women and were sentenced to die

in the electric thair.
A jury of 11 white men and one
Negro-deliberated five hours- be
fore it returned a verdict of guilty

without a recommendation of
mercy against George Alford Jr.,
18, of Dayton, Ohio, and Clifford
Johnson, 22, and Brannon Epps,
25, both of LaGrange.

The verdict carries an auto-J

matic death penalty, and presid presiding
ing presiding Judge Samuel Boykin imme immediately
diately immediately sentenced the three to be
executed in the state penitentiary
in Tatnall County on Oct. 2.
The defendants showed no signs
of emotion when the judge pro pronounced
nounced pronounced sentence.
Tuesday's testimony in the
swift, two-day trial came from
the two victims, a thrice-married
20-year-old woman and her 18-year-old,
unmarried cousin.
The Negroes were accused of

abducting the women from their
escorts as they were returning
from a dance here, then taking
them to a lonely road.
Both victims denied submitting
voluntarily and said they had
been threatened and feared for
their lives.

The three Negros said the
women had numerous opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities to get away if they had want wanted
ed wanted to.

Defense attorneys insisted that

the women had submitted volun
tarily.

eonna bother me in the least

"Dad did some things last
Christmas that felt were far
from right. They're personal, very
personal, and I can't explain any
more. B"t he's done a lot of other
things in,: the,, 'past, that, .J. didn't
like. I'm sure no one knows him
as well as I do, al1 hough a lot of
people think they do."
Gary criticized "all that prop propaganda
aganda propaganda pop spread about us want

ing to be ranchers.

"You remember that business

about us working 12Mi hours

a day on the ranch at 33 1-3 cents
an hour."
He was referring to the ranch
the Crooner formerly owned m

Elko, Nev.

Friends of the Crosby family

have reported that Bing might

slip in town quietly and unexpect unexpected
ed unexpected some night to catch his boys'
act, which opened July 28 and

closes Rep. 3.
But Bing's brother and bus business
iness business adviser, Larry, said m
Hollywood:
"I doubt it. Bing has no such
plans that I know of. One reason
' that he's with a group fishing
of Alaska. He's on a cruiser and
oii o' touch.
"I'm not going up to Vegas.
The hoys want to be on their own,
and I imagine Bing feels the
sa"ie way nhout It that I do."
Gary said he and his brothers
always wanted to be in show bus business.
iness. business. t
"We just waited until Linnie eot
out of the Army," he said. "We

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tached to Bing's first wife and
their mother, Dixie Lee. "I don't
think my delivery's anything like
my father's."

GOVERNOR OUT OF SHAPE
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) -Ohio's
jocular five-foot five 200 200-pound
pound 200-pound Gov. Michael V. DiSalle
says his doctor pronounced him
in perfect condition but not in
perfect shape.

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MANCHESTER, Tenn. (UPI) (UPI)-Mayor
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town wsuid m. iwiuuy small" if
it tried to remove a dog named
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Mrs. May, widowed since 1944,
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aha ourlea him at the foot of
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the grave: "Rusty, 14, Aug.
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said people called him and some
of the town's aldermen.

Mrs M.sy, a bent woman witn
grey hair and glistening eyes,

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Little Tobacco-Chewing
Infielder Again Sparks
White Sox To Victory

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UPI) Little Nellie Fox
loves that chewing tobacco, but just for a change he
wants to sink his teeth into a sweet chunk of World
Series melon.

And now after 12 seasons of
catching the World Series on radio
or TV Fox looks like he's going to
get into his first one with the pen
nant-bound Chicago White Sox.
Along with a crack at a Worm
Series ring, the e-foot nin 155 155-pound
pound 155-pound second baseman also has an
excellent chance to wind up the
American League's most valuable
JlTyer of the year. His perform perform-XVe
XVe perform-XVe in an 116 victory over De Detroit
troit Detroit Wednesday was typical
He drove in three runs and .cor
d three more with a single and a
duoW that boosted his average to
rth best in the circuit. He

.3ZZ, iouivh vit. ,d

leads the league wm.
hardly anyone can remember the
last time he took a day oft.
Pound for pound, Fox is the No
. 1,""- .. circuit, according

JoWny Ame c8n Leaguers. There
ItS doubt he's largeW rpone
gible for the 2 game lead the
White Sox now enjoy over the sec
nd-plaee Indians.

Fox's timely hitting
thre.-run homer by Sh.rm r
helped offset homers by HIVV
Kuen, Al K.lin. end Frank Boil Boiling
ing Boiling M yesterday's victory, wh eh
was credited to rtllev.r Gerry
STheV' Indians mauled the Athle Athletics
tics Athletics 4; the Senators beat the
Yankees, d the Red Sox
overcame the Orioles, 5-4, in other
A. L. contests.
In the National League, the
Braves defeated the Reds, 6-4; the
Pirates downed the Phillies, 6-2,
and the Cubs outlasted the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers 11-8. The first-place Giants and

Cardinals wree not scneauieu.
Minnie Miiioso, Russ Nixon anrt
Jim Baxes hit homers in a lVhit
Cleveland assault that carried Ga Ga-...
... Ga-... u.ii tn vintnrr over Kansas Ci

ty Mifioso and Nixon each drove
In three runs on as many hits to
help hand Johnny Kucks his ninth
loss. The victory was Bell's 13th.
Plneh-hltter Julio Becquer of
the Senators ruined the Yankees.
He hit a three-run homer off re reliever
liever reliever Ryne Duren In the eighth
Inning after the Yanks had built
1-0 lead off starter Pedro Ra Ramos.
mos. Ramos. Becquer's blow snapped a six six-came
came six-came winning streak for the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees and also ended 15 straight
for Washington. Re

liever Tex Clevenger was ths win winner.
ner. winner. A ninth-inninc homer by Gary
Geiger proved Boston's margin of
victory over Baltimore. Geipr hit
his ninth homer of the season off
reliever Hovt Wilhelm, who suffer suffered
ed suffered his eighth loss. Ike Delock post posted
ed posted his 10th victory in relief. Billy
Klaus homered for the Orioles, who
led 4-2 until the Red Sox tied the
In the eiehth.

The Braves simply overpowered
the Reds with home runs. Eddie
Mathews hit his 32nd with one on
in the first inning and then con connected
nected connected for his 33rd with a man a a-board
board a-board In the third. That tied the
score at 4-all' and Hank Aaron un untied
tied untied ft with his 30th homer in the
fifth.
All the blows came off rookie
southpaw Jim O'Toole. Bob Rush
relieved Juan Pizarro in the second

inning and held Cincinnati score scoreless
less scoreless thereafter to notch his fifth
win.
Southpaw Harvey Haddix of the
Pirates won his ninth game by

beating his former Phillie team teammates
mates teammates for the fourth straight
time this season.
Pittsburgh broke a 2-2 tie by

hopping on Robin Roberts for four
runs in the seventh. Roberto Cle-

mente's triple with the bases load loaded
ed loaded drove in three of the runs. Wal
ly Post homered for the Phils.
The Cubs used four home runs
to undo the Dodgers, who dropped
to third place behind the Braves.
Ernie Banks started the fireworks
when he hit his 34th homer with
two on off loser Don Drysdale in
the first inning.

Sammy Taylor, Irv Noren and

Alvin Dark also homered lor the
Cubs while John Roseboro and
Charlie Neal connected for the

Dodgers. Bob Anderson won his
eighth game against the same
number of losses.

QUICK START Baltimore has
a remarkable 20-year-old pitcher

in Jerry Walker. He ii the young

est hurler ever to start and win

an All-Star Game.

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National League

TEAMS W L Pet. SB
San Francisco 45 47 .580
Milwaukee 41 49 .555 3
Los Angeles 42 51 .549 3Vi
Pittsburgh 55 58 .487 lO'i
Chicago 54 57 .484 1014
Cincinnati 52 40 .444 13
St. Louis 53 42 .441 13tt
Philadelphia 47 45 .420 IS

FEEDING TIME BucTt ShaW fosses pitchouts to professional Philadelphia Eagle backs as
they charge by the head coach in training at the Hershey, Pa., Stadium. The ball-carriers
are, left to right; Walt Kowalczyk, Clarence Peaks and Rollie West They got a quick start.

Thomas, Fool Healed,
Starts Rigid Training
For 1960 Olympics
BOSTON (UPI) John Thomas,

an 18-year-old college freshman
who has jumped higher than any
other man. today began the rigid

training which could bring him

chance to show

the eyes of the

his skill

world in

before

1960.

LEADING

HITTERS
(Based on 300 Oficial at Bats)
National League
G AB R H Pet.

Aaron, Mil. 110 446 85 165 .370
Cun'ham, St. L. 106 333 43 113 .339

Gilliam, L. A. 102 367 72 119 .324

Pinson, Cinci. 112 470 93 150 .319

Cepeda, S. F. 110 438 73 138 .315
Temple, Cinci. 112 448 77 143 .319

Banks, Chicago 111 424 72 132 .312
White, St. L. 110 410 59 127 .310
Boyer, St. L. 112 419 63 129 .308
Robinson, Cinci. 110 409 78 126 .308

American League

The lanky Boston University

trackster has set his sights on
the -I960 Olympics, a possibility
that seemed like a dream last
March 24 when he was writhing
in pain on the floor of an eleva elevator
tor elevator in a university dormitory.
His left foot, the one that
springs his spectacular leaps and
helped push him off for the 7 foot
1-inch jump that smashed the
world's record last Feb. 21, was
mangled after being jammed be between
tween between a steel door jamb and the
floor of an elevator the was working.

But. Tuesday. Thomas and his

physician, Dr. Chester W. Howe,
said his foot was completely
healed. The plastic surgery which
bound together the ugly scrape
wound on th top of the foot had
"taken" well, the doctor said.
And, cheated of a chance to
perform at the Pan American
Games, the 6-foot 3 4-inch Cam Cambridge,
bridge, Cambridge, Mass. youth said, "I want
very much to win a berth on the

Olympic squad. That is something
1 have always dreamed off."
At 193. Thomas is still seven

pounds away from his weight
when he broke the world's rec record,
ord, record, but he says, "I feel fine and

I'm very eager to get right back;
to jumping." j

Dr. Howe reported that though
Thomas' foot was healed, his fi final
nal final recovery from any after ef effects
fects effects of the accidenl would be
"up to himself."

Kuenn, Detroit 99 391 69 136 .148
Kaline. Detroit 96 369 66 122 .331

Woodling, Balti. 105 336 50 110 .3Z7
Fox, Chicago 112 459 62 148 .322
Runnels, Boston 109 423 69 135 .319
Mifioso. Cleve. 110 423 69 129 .305

Power, Cleve. 109 442 85 134 .303
Maris, K. C. 84 319 54 94 .295
Mantle, N. Y. 105 395 73 113 .286
Tuttle, K. C. 106 390 62 111 .285

Pittsburgh
To Renew

Steelers Set
'58 Hot Surge

By GARY KALI

The Pittsburgh Steelers, pack packing
ing packing a goal-line punch, are set to
renew the 1958 surge that made
them the hottest team in the Na National
tional National Football League at the tail tail-end
end tail-end of the season.
Pittsburgh opened its exhibition
swing Tuesday night by scoring
four touchdowns from inside the
10-yard line, two with less than

Runs Batted Tn
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cola.yito, Indians 88
Killebrew, Senators 86
Jensen, Red Sox 83
Malzone, Red Sox 73
Maxwell, Tigers 73
Miiioso, Indians 73

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs 108
Robinson, Reds 93
Aaron, Braves 92
Bell, Reds 82
Mathews, Braves r 79

Home Runs
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians .
Allison, Senators .
Lemon, Senators .
Jensen, Red Sox

35
34
27
26
24

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Atlantic Coast's
Best Anglers Off

On Tuna Tourney J

GALILEE. R.I. (UPI) Some

500 of the Atlantic Coast's best
anglers and boat crews shove off
from this pint-sized fishing village
today in quest of the giant blue
fin tuna.
The event is the three-day, 17th
annual U. S. Atlantic Tuna Tour

nament which is being held at
Galilee for the seventh successive

year.

The 140-boat fleet, valued at
more than one million dollars, is

expected to use about 100,000
Dounds of bait. 30.000 gallons of

fuel and 30 tons of ke.

Last year's contest was called

off after two days because of bad

weather, but despite this, all pri prior
or prior records were broken. A total

of 211 tuna were boated in two
days 51 of which weighed more

than 100 pounds. So heavy was
the catch, that tournament offi officials
cials officials have upped the minimum

eligible contest weight per fish to
200. pounds.
The record fish for the tourna tournament
ment tournament was a 758-pounder taken in
1956 by Robert Aiken III of New
York, who was 21 at the time.
Aiken only had the fish around
long enough to get his, picture
taken. Tournament rules say the
catch must go to charity.

Traulman Predicts

Attendance Increase

To Continue All Year

Today's Games
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Only Games scheduled

Yesterday's Results

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Banks, Cubs
Mathews. Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants

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LEADING
PITCHERS

two minutes remaining, to defeat
the Cleveland Browns, 34-20.
The Steelers, undefeated in
their final seven games last sea season,
son, season, broke the game apart when
halfback Ray Mathews cut over
from right guard from the eight eight-yard
yard eight-yard line to put Pittsburgh in

front. 27-20. With six seconds to

eo. linebacker Vic Lasse inter

ceDted Kim Ninoski's pass and

ran to the one, where rookie half
back Jim Smith scored.
Jim Krutko. former West Vir

ginia star, went over from the
two in the first period to open the

scoring. Cleveland tied it at 7-7

on Jimmy Brown's 74-yard run

and went ahead, 10-7, on a 37 37-yard
yard 37-yard field goal by Lou Groza.
Bobby Layne culminated a 75

yard march with a touchdown
sneak from the one-yard line to
make it 14-10 at the half, but

Brown sent Cleveland ahead
again with a seven-yard plunge in
the third period. Tom Miner
found the range with a 23-yard
field goal to tie the game and put
Pittsburgh ahead 20-17 with one
from the 14 at the start of the
final period.
- Groza retaliated with a 21 -yard
boot which set the stage for Ma Mathews'
thews' Mathews' game winning score and
coach Buddy Parker's first vic victory
tory victory over Cleveland as a Steeler
coach.
The game was the first of five
exhibitions v to be played this
week. The Baltimore Colts meet

the College All-Stars tomorrow
night while three Saturday night

clashes find the New York Giants
playing the Philadelphia Eagles
at Hershey, Pa., the Detroit Lions
meeting the Chicago Cardinals at
Norman, Okla., and the Green
Bay Packers playing the Chicago
Bears at Milwaukee.

Drysdale (15-7), Craig, McDe

vitt. Fowler. Sherrv and Rosn-

boro.

Anderson (8-8), 'Henry and S.

Taylor.

(Night Game)

Pittsburgh 000 002 400 10

Philadelphia 100 001 0002 7

Haddix (9-9) and Burgess.

BOXES FAST FOUR

LOS ANGELES (UPI) Hogan

(Kid) Bassey of Nigeria boxed a
fast 4rounds yesterday in pre-

aration for the Aug. 19 title bout

with world featherweight ehampi
on Davey Moore.

GRAHAM WON'T PREDICT

EVANSTON, 111. (UPI) Col College
lege College All-Star coach Otto Graham
refused Tuesday to predict the
outcome of Friday night's clash
with the Baltimore Colts at Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's Soldier Field. Graham,

promising an interesting game
against the National Football
League champions, said he hoped

the result would be the same as
last year. The stars beat the De Detroit
troit Detroit Lions, 3519 last August.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) -President
George Trautman of the
minor, leagues toady predicted
the 1959 increase in attendance
will continue through the season.
Trautman, here for a two-day
meeting of the 16 major.league
farm directors and nine league
presidents, which ends today,
today to an increase of 495,67
in the minors as of July 31, the
first increase since 1947.

"This increase in attendance,"

he .said, "should prove to be

quite a shock to the prophets of
doom who have declared the mi

nor leagues to be dead or dy
ing."

The attendance survey figures

were announced at the opening

session Tussday of the meeting

here.
Calling the increase "one of the

most encouraging developments'
in the minors since he became
president in 1947, Trautman at attributed
tributed attributed the gain to hard work
and the intensive promotion on the
part of the clubs and leagues.
He said the minors showed a
total attendance of 7,681,149 as of
July 31, compared to 7,185,472 on
the same date in 1958.
The South Atlantic League, with
an overall gain of 205,075, led the
increase in the 12 leagues regis registering
tering registering gains.
Others gaining were the Ameri

can Assn., International League,
Eastern League, Carolina League,
Three-I League, Alabama-Florida
League, Appalachian League, Flo Flo-Tida
Tida Flo-Tida State League, Midwest
League, New York Pennsylvania
League and Sophomore League.
A substantial gain of 174,913

was registered Dy me American
Assn., "attributed in part to the
addition of two clubs, making it a
10-elub circuit.
The Southern Assn. declined
101,368, worst among eight leagues
showing drops. The others were
the Pacific Coest, Texas, North Northwest,
west, Northwest, California, Northern Pio Pioneer
neer Pioneer and gnebraska State Leagues.

Roberts (10-12), Phillips, Robin

son and Lonnett.

(Night Game)

Milwaukee
Cincinnati

202 010 0106 10
220 000 0004 11

Pizarro,
dall.
O'Toole,
Bailey.

Rush (5-3) and Cran

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Chicago

Cleveland

New York

Baltimore
Detroit

Kansas City

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Washington

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Today's Games
Chicago at Detroit
Cleveland at Kansas City
Washington at New York
Only games scheduled

Yesterday's ResuIU
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Detroit 000 400 20O--14 f
Latman, Staley (5-8), Lown and
Lollar.
Foytack, Burnside (0-2), Schulti.'
Sisler and Wilson, Berberet.
(Night Game)
Washington 000 000 030 S 4
New York 000 002 0002 6 1
Ramos, Clevenger (6-3), Hyde
and Naragon.
Ditmar, Duren (2-4) nd Berra.
(Night Game)
Boston 200 000 021 V
Baltimore 100 030 000 4" 8 1
monbouquette, Kiely, Delock (10 (10-6)
6) (10-6) and White.
Hoeft, Fischer, O'Dell, Wilhelm
(11-8) and Ginsberg.
(Night Gerne)"
Cleveland 130 021 011-3 15 1
Kansas City 100 012 0004 8 2
Bell (13-9) and Nixon.

Kucks (6-8), Dickson, Golemaa,
Sturdivant, Tomanek and House.

British Boxing Board Guts
Brian London's Suspension

FULMER BATS BAG

SAN -FRANCISCO (UPI) Gene
Fullmer of Jordan, Utah, got in

some hefty swings at the large
bag Tuesday in a training session
for his Aug. 28 middleweight title
bout wjth Carmen Basilio. Full Fullmer
mer Fullmer used a baseball bat for a
steady nine minutes to strength strengthen
en strengthen arm muscles.

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Drysdale, Dodgers .15

Law, Pirates . iz

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LONDON (UPI)-The stewards
of the British Boxing Board of
Control yesterday reduced the
suspension of Brian London, for former
mer former British and British Empire
heavyweight champion, from six
to three months.
The stewards had slapped1 the
six-month suspension and a 1,000
pounds sterling ($2,800) fine on
London for going to the United
States and fighting Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson for the world title in defiance
of their order. The board did not
believe London had earned a shot
at the world crown.
In the May 1 bout at Indianap

olis, Patterson knocked out Lon

don in the 11th round.
LONDON REQUESTS HEARING
At his own request, London ap

peared before the stewards

yesterday in a 22-minute session

For a further 25 minutes the
stewards discussed his case, then
called Brian back into the board

room.

Ten minutes later London came
out again, accompanied by Teddy

Waltham, board of control secre
tary. Waltham told newsmen:

"The board considered Brian

London's application for a review

of the period of suspension. Lon London
don London has jplogized to the board
for past events and he has given
an undertaking to comply in fu future
ture future with the rules and regula regulations
tions regulations of the board. After due con consideration,'
sideration,' consideration,' the stewards decided
to remit three months of the sus suspension
pension suspension which now will end Sep September
tember September tenth, providing the 1,000
pounds is paid by that time."
TELLS FUTURE PLANS
Expressing delight at the sus suspension
pension suspension cut, London said:

""It means tiat I've

Sot tO Dfl

the 1,000 pounds. I will certainly.

nave to do that, it does not real really
ly really affect me very much becauae becauae-tt
tt becauae-tt comes off the income tax. It
will give me a chance to have a,
fight, probably in November or
December." -,
The former champion said he
already is in training and would
like to have a crack at regaining
the British and empire titles, tak,
en from him last January by
Henry Cooper.

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day by defeating Billy Knight pt
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Archie Moore Ready To Meet Ingemar In Million Dollar Fight

THTXSDAT, AUGUST U, 19.

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S7M MATIRIIL MIXID
OP AIRROOK
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Turn Wen Lt
Tigers S2 24
Hits ind Mm. su
Lottri SlVi
JuMptes 41 W
Adllidt Five 33
KM1 Kt 32V4 43
Unlucky five 432 44
jjlttIRS 4 KATZ N JAMMIRS 0
Tn. Timers re running away
with the league nd bow enjoy i
tavM an1 half Mint lead. Spot-
;tift the Kati N Jammer 52 pins
a game, the striped Bengals tore
iato the Kati with full fury and
rippe them apart for 428 pins in
the scratch column.
Grace Moss was especially de deviating
viating deviating because of the two teams
4 she had the highest scratch series
and the highest handicap, a 573.
XJr.e had plenty of support from
her hubby Bert, with a 525 handi handicap
cap handicap and Al Ketree contributed the
out of the Jammers wun an.
ven 500, all handicap.
. ... i i! mu:
,NOt.a
Katz N
Not. a witn a 486 nanaicap. mis
point loss has shoved we
Jammers into me im
leafers 4 hits and mrs 3Vi
"O ... U Umt m-n nt An 1 h P & IV
proacnes on an even uasis wiw
neither squad giving each other
ny handicap. The Hits and Mrs.
grabbed the first game by 57
HAore pintail. One more pin for
either side in the second game
would have decided the winner,
hut the xtra pin did not show up
ind the teams settled for half a
Joint each,
la the exit tussle, the Hits and
Mrs. eOuld not miss for the hits
d t.Ai ha fh rtftint bv 109
Stumps of maple. By taking 3
eintt, the hus ana, Mrs. uea in in-afers
afers in-afers for the runnerup spot in
the league.
Bob Hansen, rolling in the an anchor
chor anchor ipot for the victors, walked
away with the league scoring
laurels, for the evening with a 546
scratch. For the losing Loafers,
Mike Mysykiewicz mixed up e
nough wood to get a 518 handicap.
ROLLING FIVI 1 KOOL KATS V
.
Rolling Five, mired in the cel cel-iJar
iJar cel-iJar weeks ago, have found the
tftagie touch and are rolling up
the ladder of standings, but un unfortunately
fortunately unfortunately time is running out.
the Rolling Five took on the Kool
Kats ld without too mvlch trou trouble
ble trouble took the first two games;
they wavered in the finale and
the Kats took it and averted a
white "wash job.
The- Fish family were the big
nes Tor the "Rolling Five; Bill
built himself a 532 handicap and
his Betty bagged 519 handicap.
The big guns for the Kool Kats
were silent and only Helen Min Min-.gin
.gin Min-.gin was on to her game. Helen
had th best scratch series for
both teams, both male and female
. aa m (nt.h and a 561 han
dicap. Her 117 in the finale was
iwftrumental in preventing a shut-
UiLfJtCKY FIVE J JUMPERS 1
I
jfoiir pins difference in the To To-t.
t. To-t. pjn Fall, gave the Unlucky
fje the margin of victory, 3 to 1.
TV Unlucky Five also won an an-o$r
o$r an-o$r point -'by a close margin
4enin the opeing round they
fools She game by ten. The Jump-.-
slithered into the win column
lfh niddle same and the Un-
( luckij took the finale.
It The scoring stanaoui lor me
lwinniBg Unlucky Five was Doris
irreda who toppeo Tier team in
4both Icratch and handicap figur figur-es.
es. figur-es. Her MO handicap series got
ber ilto the running for award
Tor High Series with Handicap.
ifor fie losing Jumpers, George
; Head and Jim Williams were the
-tops,3with George collecting 502
and Jim 525, both handicap.
WQMIN WOMEN WOMEN
Betiy Brown, secretary of the
Diable Business women's Bowling
leaguf, reports there are plenty
f openings in the coming 1959 1959-1960
1960 1959-1960 season.
Thii leacna it nnl restricted.
The fact that you are pot a top
notch eowier wouia noi Keep you
iff a team. The league is aiming
to have 40 or more ladies, com comprise
prise comprise eight teams and roll every
Monday night at the Diablo Lanes.
Regardlesf of whether you are
ihort or' tall, chubby or thin,
whether you throw a hook,
straight or back-up ball, or wheth whether
er whether you wear slacks skirt or shorts,
you are invited to come out Mon Monday
day Monday nlrht at the Diablo Bowline
(Centr and register. Time 7:30
p.m.
Remember, the only, qualifica qualification
tion qualification is that you want to bowl. Do
not be bashful, nor wait for a
special invitation. Just walk in
nd tell Betty, "I want to bowl,"
and that will be it.
The Diablo Women's Business
League is a "fun" league which
gives on a chance to get out
and enjoy herself once a week.
So tf you art looking for a chance
i t iiT nn vmir nwn rtlihln
Bowling Center is the place every
Monday avtning.
BALBOA MIN'I 1UMMBR
. ... LIAOUI
, Wk M Aui
Aher Jat week's bowling the
first S taams held the places, Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Travail, Balboa Beer and Ze Zenith
nith Zenith T.v: Blue Star moved up
into 4th:, Lincoln Life stayed in
, 5th. and Kant dropped to 6th.

Cafe Duran moved up to 7th.
and Good Year Tires stayed in
Ith. Pepsi ,Cola dropped to 9th.
and Martini Vermouth moved up
to 10th. Astra Products dropped
tolith.. and Hillhjan Cars, al although
though although winning 3 points remained
on the bottom.
Tonight at the regular bowling
meet there will be a count taken
of those who will attend the bowl bowling
ing bowling party, which will again be
held at the Policeman s lodge on
"Chiva-Chiva trail", Sat. night,
Aug 12. As before this will be a
stag party.
Cash awards and troohies will
be given out and new league of officers
ficers officers will be elected and plans
made for the coming winter
league, which opens the next thrs.
following the party.
Also tonight, listings of names
who want to bowl in the Winter
league will start. Bowlers who
bowled in summer league will
have first choice on team selec selections.
tions. selections. New bowlers who want to bowl
in the Winter league, which bowls
on thrs. nights, must come in on
the remaing 4 nights of the league
and place their names on the list listing
ing listing sheet on the board. Or have
some team bowler do it for them
along with present current aver average
age average or last one bowled.
Tm Standings: Wen Loit
Tivoli Traveles, 46 26
Balboa Beer, 43'i 28'
Zenith T.V. 41 31
Blue Star. 38 34
Lincoln Life, 38 34
Kent Cigarettes, 37 35
Cafe Duran. 37 35
Good Year Tires, 34 38
Pepsi Cola, 33 39
Martini Vermouth, 30 41H
Astra Products, 30 42
Hillman Cars, 25 47
1st. High Turn J Gamei,
Handicap
Hillman Cars, 3243
Martini Vermouth, J130
Pepsi Cola, 3122
1st. High Ttim Oame,
Kent Cigarettes, 1122
Tivoli Travels, 1078
Astra Products, 1078
1st. High Ind. ) Camas,
(Scratch) I
A. Hele, 627
McLane and Soyster, 621
Keeler and Zost, n
1st. High lnd. Same,
H. Zost, 245
Champsaur, 242
McLane, 241
TIVOLI TRAVELS, 4
PEPSI COLA, 0
The Travel boys took all 4
points by their low average bowl bowlers
ers bowlers rolling up in the 500's. King
ancnor tor nvon was high with1
569, Ski 532, Thibault 517 and Bu Bu-ton
ton Bu-ton 516. Bruce Hassler anchor for
Pepsi was high with 512.
BALBOA BEER, 3
LINCOLN LIFE, 1
This was a hard fough nd close
match all the way, The Ins. boys
out bowled the suds boys in
scratch, 2574 to 2507. The diff. was
in the Hdop. .1. Palm wat high
for Balboa with 591, Perez had
518 and Luttenberger 504. Kleisch Kleisch-mann
mann Kleisch-mann was high Jor Lincoln with
514, Keeler had 506.
ZENITH T.V., J
GOOD YEAR TIRES, 1
This waj a'fftirly close and a
good match. HOwever the tire
boys got stared to late and man managed
aged managed to take the last game. Dick
Soyster anchor for Zenith was
high for Good Year.
BLUE STAR. 2
HILLMAN CARS, 2
This match started out with the
dairy boys winning the first 2
games and looked like they were
going all the way but the cars
boys had other ideas.
They tuned up their engines and
took the last game and total pin
fall by ohly 4 points. M. Fernan
dez was high for Blue Star and
Thompson for Hillman with 562.
CAFE DURAN. 4
KENT CIGARETTES, 0
The coffee boys Eot hot and
Kent being down for the past few
weeks were no match for Duran.
Sutton was high for Duran with
526, Parker had 522. R. Alvarado
was high for Kent with 520.
MARTINI VERMOUTH, I
ASTRA PRODUCTS, 1
In this, match Martini took the
first game by 84 pins, but Astra
bounced buck winnine the 2nd, bv
81 pins. This made the match all
tied up but for 3 pins, going
into the last game. But this was
Martini's night, they got hot and
took the last game and total pin
fall going away. Chuck Ehremberg
was high for Martini with 546, Ed.
LOwande had 504. Ted Melanson
wai high for Astra with 527 and
McLane had 519.
SCORE TRACK WINS
SKOEVDE, Sweden (UPI) -Ray
Norton of San Jose State and
Jim Graham of Tulsa, Okla.,
scored victories for the U. S.
here Monday in an International
track meet. Norton won the 100 100-meter
meter 100-meter dash in 10.4 seconds and
Graham the pole vault by clear
in 13 feet, T 1-4 inches.

Says KO Win
Over Durelle
'A Mismatch'

MONTREAL, Aug. 13 (UPI)
Archie -Moore, who looks like
Shakespeare's Othello hut prefers
to paraphrase Aesop, declared his
third round knockout of Canadian
challenger Yvon Durelle last ftiht
was a mismatch.
"Aesop says never put a mule
in a race at Santa Anita," Archie
said as he inched his way through
his crammed dressing room.
Moore, who got off the deck
four times last December to acore
an .nth round kayo ver Durelle.
said, "I don't remember what
nunch it was" that put Durelle
down for the fourth and final
time at 2:52 of their nationally
televised bout.
"But it was a left t th heart
early In the third round" that
tptllad the beginning tf the
nd for Durelle, according to
Moor.
Durelle, who sobbed uncontrol uncontrol-ably
ably uncontrol-ably in his dressing room, lament lamented
ed lamented the fact that "I could never
get. that big right hand punch a
cross. And that's the punch I
needed."
Some observers felt that the
hot and humid 95 degree heat in
the forum ring would be tougher
on Moore than the younger Du Durelle,
relle, Durelle, but the champion denied
this.
"The last time (Dec. 10, 1958)
I was cold when Durelle got me
early but the heat this time help helped
ed helped me. I ws sweating before I
left my dressing room and I felt
good and loose.
As Archie answered the rapid
questions slowlv and patiently, his
manager. Jack Kearns, inched
his way up to the cliamnion and
whispered something in his ear.
Then Kearns revealed that ha
and Moort were ready U "im "im-mdiatly"
mdiatly" "im-mdiatly" acceit an Htr te
meet heavyweight champion In In-qemir
qemir In-qemir Johansson In million
dollar fight.
Kearns refused 1o identify any
of the "Canadian and American"
in'erests he savs have offered
Johansson a million dollars to
meet Moore. As far as Moore's
purse was concerned, Kearns said
"I'm sure we can work out Arch Archie's
ie's Archie's end without any trouble."
Today's Sport
Parade
By OSCAR PRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Amid Amid-summer
summer Amid-summer day's reflection on sports
in general:
Baseball, which "honored" the
late Snuffy SHrnweiss to help sell
Old Timer's Day at Yankee Sta
dium, might do better to help his
toiling widow and children.
Jet jockey Doc Blanchard, the
former Army grid great, could
have made any man's pro football
team.
Even considering the old Braves
and Dodgers he managed, Mickey
Mantle has to be Casey Sten
gel's greatest disappointment.
FISTIC "KEYSTONE KOPS"
The cloak and dagger business
currently screening the neavy
weight situation reminds me of
thos? old Keystone Kop come
sies.
I never heard of an Eskimo who
was good at water skiing.
Alex Olmedo's temper tantrums
give me a pain where his dad
should have given him one.
I have to take the Milwaukee
Braves over the Chicago White
Sox in the World Series.
Los Angeles or not, I still think
of them as the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Some eastern colleges should be
Dlavina aeainst those Pennsyl
vania and .Texas high school
teams.
How come the same guy who
knocks hunting as inhumane
brings home so many fish that he
has to throw most of 'em out?
JOHANSSON REAL CHAMP
Ingemar Johansson has the
punch, stamina, speed and skill to
blast his way up nmong tne au
time heavyweieht champions.
Dizzy Dean gets my vote as the
most colorful ball player of warn
all.
My seven year old son, Mike,
says Superman could whip Zorro
and "maybe even Mike sou
chak."
The guy who would get the least
oi my fistic business is Gene
(Big Daddy) Lipscomb of the Bal
timore Colts, six-feet-six and 288
pounds.
It's later than you think when
you can remember Davy O'Brien
pitching passes for TCU (which I
cant.
The late fight promoter Mike
Jacobs' widow, Josie, li an avid
' player and a good one,
too.
loo many, distracting outside in interests
terests interests ruin more modern base baseball
ball baseball players than all the night nightclubs
clubs nightclubs in town.
Billy Casoer, the U. S. open
golf champion, qualifiers handily
for the "nicest guys in sports"
club.
Five will get you 10 that Enos
(Country) Slaughter will still be
in the major leagues next year
at 44.

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ELKS AWARD TO ROBIN MORLAND Jack Lally, acting
Exalted Ruler of the Balboa Elks Clubs, awards first prize In
the Isthmian Junior Golf Tournament to Robin Morland tf Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Brooks. The presentation took place at the awards luncheon
held at the Panama Golf Club Saturday. Robin with the other
three winners, Leo Dehllnger (2nd place), Jeff Kline (3rd place 1
and Will Engelke (4th place) will fly via APA to Miami next
week on their way to play in the Junior Chamber of Commerce
International Junior Golf Championship at Portsmouth, Va.

by'
JOE WILLIAMS

The Yankees' dtstiny is no long-
tr in thair swn hands. No matter
hew well thty may fare frem hart
an In, the two Up slubs must cemt
back to them, gr they are nope nope-Ussly
Ussly nope-Ussly kaput. The Indians do shew
seme signs of staggering, tho
Whitt Sox none at all.
For what it's worth inspiration-
ally, the Yankees may be inter interested
ested interested in knowing that yesterday
eight years ago the Dodgers began
a monumental skid which was not
to end until they had frittered away
a seemingly impregnable lead of
13W games ,and ultimately the NL
championship.
This was in '51, the year of the
Little Miracle of Coogan's Bluff,
and the Giants, a dawdling con contender
tender contender for two thirds of the season,
suddenly became a .team that
would not be beaten. A winning
streak of 16 straight put them in
orbit from which, in due course,
Bobby Thomson exploded the home
run that was heard 'round the
world.
True, the Giants' run through
the stretch was nothing short of
phenomenal. True, too, they beat
the Dodgers when tne cnips were
down, 6 out of 7. Yet if the Dodgers
had played anywhere close to their
normal gait it wouldn't have been
a contest. For the Giants to have
any chance at all, the Dodgers had
to come back to them, and mis
they obligingly, egregiously did.
So on this historic dato the Yin
koas find thomsolvos in precisely
tho some situation. Thora was no
reason to suspoct that when tht
Dodgers dropped tht second game
of double header to the Braves
on Aug. 11 It was tho beginning of
the and.
The only surface difference was
that their comfortable lead had
been harmlessly slivered from 13W
games to 13. This was still the
Dodgers of Reese, Robinson, Sni
der. Hodges, Campanella, New
combe, Roe, Branca and Erskine,
top notchers, all more or less in
their prime. It was impossible to
foresee that such a team was
doomed, preposterous to give it
even passing thought.
Still, if this happened once it can
happen again, and, on the whole,
the '51 Dodgers, playing in a
made-to-order park, were more
formidable than the White Sox or
Indians of today. But when a front
runner goes into a tailspirv there
must be a contender sufficiently
equipped and resolute to turn it to
advantage, or the lapse leaves no
imprint.
COULD YANKS EXPLOIT ITT
If such an Improbable opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity were presented to the Yankees,
would they be able to exploit it as
did the Giants in '51? We'd have
to doubt it. The pitching, though
improving, is still '00 thin. The de defense
fense defense continues rfatic and only
Yogi Berra of the regulars has con consistently
sistently consistently displayed the Yankee
touch.
If the Yankees have a valid ex
cuse, it Is Injuries. Otherwise their
failure to live up to pre-seasen rat
Ing defies logical explanation
Moreover, there isn't tee much to
boat In the league. As Paul Rich
ards, the Orioles' master mind,
says: "If tht White Sax and the
Indians can make' e two-way race
of It with what they have; there Is
no reason why we can't win next
season. Certainly, we won't need
much more than we have now."
Both clubs are patch work jobs,
hut then every club in the league,
both leagues, in fact, features re rejects,
jects, rejects, tradees and folding veterans
at key positions. Of the two, Casey
Stengel prefers the White Sox
"They got good defense and don't

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beat themselves," points cut the
ok) guy, not without brooding en envy,
vy, envy, because that's the way the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees used to play it, with the big
bat simplifying matters.
HORSE AND BUGGY FORMULA
Win, lose or what have you, the
White Sox are the most unique club
in the league. They are a throw
back to the horse and buggy days
of the sport in that they eschew
power for slick glove work, fleet
feet and finesse.
This is the way the game was
played when you and I were young
Maggie. A base en balls, a stolon
base and a single with the runner
off winging. The White Sox are
Ust in home runs, first in one-run
victories, stolen bases, bunt sacri sacrifices,
fices, sacrifices, hit and run gambits.
"It's the kind of game that's best
suited to our park." explains man manager
ager manager Al Lopez. "The deep harriers
actually make the long ball hitter
a luxury. Besides, tight fielding,
sharp pitching and clutch hitting,
properly combined, will win in any
park."
Plainly, what was good enough,
for granrlpop is good enough for
Sefior Lopez ,. and it may very
well he good enough to bring the
White Sox their first nennant since
the World Series scandal 40 years
ago.
Miami Shuts Out
Toronto Twice By
3-0, 6-0 Scores
NEW YORK, Aug. 13-(UPD-Harry
Byrd and Bunk? Stewart Is Issued
sued Issued a total of nine hits last night
in leading Miami to a double vlc vlc-torv
torv vlc-torv over Toronto. 3 0 and fi-0.
Recovering from a pitching
slump, Byrd issued five hits in the
ooener while Stewart limited the
Maple Leafs to four in the nieht-
eoa. The twin triumnhs onahled
the Marlins to en into a fifth place
tie in the International League
with Montreal and Rochester.
Rochester, with homors by Gene
Green, Lee Tate snd Jim Frey,
nounded out a 6-1 riprmnn over the
Columbus Jes. Bob Keecan went
the distance for his 13th win of the
year.
Buffalo, making a runaway of
the I.L. race, deefated Richmond.
V2. Bobby Morsan's 21st homer of
the year gave the Bisons a 3 2 lean
in the elehth and thev added two
more in the ninth for the clincher.
Montreal and Havana were idled
by rain.
C7 Athletic Club
Football Notice
The Canal Zone Athletic Club
is preparing its roster for the
coming 1359 football season and
all eligible and interested players
are requested to contart the club
president, Bill De La Mater, as
soon is possible.
The (.first practice will be held
Aug. 85 it the Balboa flailroad
Station practice, field.
Tn rffder to be eligible a player
will not have, attained the age of
24 by .Sept 25. 1959 and must have
attended Canal Zone High
School or have been a full-time
student of the Canal Zone .Tunior
Cn'lege.
The' team will be roached bv
Bill TV I,, Matr-r. WMv Tmul
and Bill NirkishT. All eligible
and interested plovers please rnn
tact De Lb Mater at Balboa 2941
or Balboa 3528.

YoungFinneganTrainingHicks

For Manhattan Battle Sunday

Former Panama lightweight
champion Young Finaegan will be
the chief second in the corner of
second ranked bantamweight con contender
tender contender Hector Hicks when Hicks
faces unbeaten flyweight king
Manhattan Kid in a 118-pound
ten-rounder at the Colon Arena
Sunday night.
Finnegan, one of the greatest
tight Results
PITTSF1ELD, Mass. Paddy
DeMarco, 146, Brooklyn, N.Y.,
outpointed Tommy Uarrow, 140,
Ctaremoni, N.H. (10).
ST. HAUL, Minn. Joey Giar
dcllo, 160, Philadelphia, outpointed
Chico Vejar, 161, Stamford, Conn.
(10).
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Goineo
Brennen, 151 3-4, Blmini Baha Bahamas,
mas, Bahamas, stopped Paul Diaz, 154W,
Cuba. (3).
SAN JOSE, Calif. Jimmy Car
tor, 138 3-4, N. York, outpointed
Kiido Nunes, 137, Tiajuana, Mexi
co ( HI).
FRESNO, Calif. Eddie Ma
chen, 194 1-4, San Francisco out outpointed
pointed outpointed Garvin Sawyer, 195, Cm
cinnati. (10).
Sports Briefs
ATHLETICS WIN HONORS
KANSAD CITY Ms. (UPI) L
The Kansas Athletics will be hon honored
ored honored on Aug. 29 for their recent
H game winning streak, the long longest
est longest in the maior leasues thic sipj-
son. Each player will be presented
wiiti an engraved watch and the
club will receive a plaque.
RACE OFFICIAL DIES
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)
Wendell P. Cassidy, a presiding
steward and head of the Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Park racing department,
died Tuesday. Cassidy introduced
the performance analysis system
which is widely used by most of
America's major racetracks.
LITTLER WITHDRAWS
DETROIT (UPI) Gene Lit
tier of Singing Hills, Calif., one of
the biggest money winners on the
PGA circuit this year has with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from the Motor City Open
Golf tournament which begins
today. Littler explained that a
hay fever attack prevented him
from taking part in the tourney.
SOX LOSE APARICIO
DETROIT (UPI) Shortslnp
Luis Aparicio will be out of Chi
cago White Sox lineup for several
days because of a pulled muscle
in his left leg. Aparicio injured
his leg at Washington Sundav and
aggravated it further during in infield
field infield practice at Detroit Tuesday
night.

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training Hicks since the former!
champ returned to his Colon home'
after living for several years in 1
New York.

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links' new mentor has beta
putting the fighter through four
tn six rounds of sparring in the
afternoons with former 126-pound
monarch Kid Chocolate and pro-
mising young feaierweight Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Wilson. A lot of concentration
has been placed on roadwork.
Since decisioning world fly flyweight
weight flyweight aspirant Venezuelan Ra Ra-moncito
moncito Ra-moncito Anas in a Maearena Bull Bullring
ring Bullring hout early this year, Hicks
dropped a verdict to Toto Ibarra
and was kayned by Venezuelan
Nelson Estrada in a Maracaibo
I fight.

Hicks is gunning for a win Sun Sunday
day Sunday which would put him back in
a position to demand a title
match with 118 pound king Ed Edwin
win Edwin Sykes, whom he has never
met.
Two six rounders are or. tap on
the four-bout program. Stanley
Wilson, a stablemate of Hicks,
meets Arturo (Puntillita) Smith
at 128 pounds, in one. and Tito
Marshall tackles Valentin Brown
in the other.
Roberto del Cid meets Percy
Redman in the four round curtain
raiser.
General admission price is $1,
general ringside, $2; reserved
ringside, $:!; and children and
boxers, 50 cents.
ihese thi-pg way: 1. Cornbata
In the kldneye and bladder. 2 Helpe
kldneyi to clean out acids and poison poisonous
ous poisonous waetea from blood. 3. Soothes
and calme irritated Useuee. The first
dose of Cyetex toes to work effec effectively
tively effectively helping- your kidney and urt
ny ayetem clean out acid and lrri.
tatlnc terms. Once these food results
ax obtained you begin to feel muea
better. Get Cystsx today from yau
drugstore and see hotr much bettef
you will feel tomorrow. Cyetex Is the
effective medlelne for kidney M
blailder tronhle
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Resorts

Foster's eortises, n c a r Ssnrs
Clam Reatonable rates. Phone
Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocumid Cottages
Santa Clara R e P. Po p"
n.m i-1877 Cristobal 8-1673
Baldwin'i furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, kitchen, garage, etc.
Campo Alegre, Santuario Nacio Nacio-nal
nal Nacio-nal Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Beautiful residence,
three bedrooms, two bathrooms,
maid's room and bathroom, liv liv-Inoroom.
Inoroom. liv-Inoroom. dining room, kitchen,
terrace, porch, oarage, all fenced
and screened. Phone 2-3145
FOR RENT: Modern residence,
completely furnished, near super
market Riba-Smith, two bedroom,
big livingroom, porch, terrace,
balcony, garden, Tel. 3-5023 or
3-4567.
ittONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Wilfrid Noyce, poet, scholar,!
mountaineer, and writer of ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary talent, who himselt
tlimbed Mount Everest with Hil Hillary
lary Hillary explores the reasons for do doing
ing doing bold and dangerous things in
his book, "The Springs of Adven Adventure
ture Adventure which ; was placed in circul circulation
ation circulation this week at the Canal Zone
Library.
The author has called upon a
roster of the great fighters a
gainst nature to speak their
thoughts and feelings, and retells
their high moments of triumph.
. The complete list of new books
It the Librarv is as follows:
NON-FICTION: French Impres Impres--
- Impres-- sionists in the Louvre, Bazin; Star
.Wormwood, Bok; King of Pontus,
Puggan; Fundamental Football,
Holgate; Eastern Exposure, Kalb;
The Romance ol Stamp Loiieci-j
ing, Kehr; The Slim Gourmet's
Soup Book, Lederman; The Com Communist
munist Communist World and Ours, Lipp
mann; The Springs of Adventure,
' Noyce; Arlur Schnabel, Saerching Saerching-e"r;
e"r; Saerching-e"r; The Birth of Normal Babies.
'Etrean; Trotsky's Diary in Exile,
1935. Trotsky; and Don Quixote's
"Profession, Van Dorcn.
FICTION: The Madhouse in
"Washington Square, Alexander;
"Threescore and Ten, Allen; Love
and Money, Clad; The Pledge,
Durrenmatl; Dove Cottage, Hil Hil-liard;
liard; Hil-liard; If the Shoe Fits, Martin;
The Ruined City, Put man; Turn
Again Tiger, Selvon; The Velvet
'Knife, Shulman; Mind Out of
Time, Tonks; and Journey to the
Hangman, Upfielrl
ADDED TO THE VERTICLE
"FILE: Travel Routes Around the
World, Tyarks; and a Summary
of Engineering Research, 1957 1957-"1958,
"1958, 1957-"1958, Univ. of Illinois Experiment
Station.
- TRY HALTING KILLINGS
- MANILA (UPI) -A reinforced
battalion of infantrymen was de deployed
ployed deployed through the northern Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine province of Ilocos Sur
today in an efforl to halt a
wave of political killings anl ter terrorism
rorism terrorism in the area.

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Apartments

FOR RENT: Modern unlumiih unlumiih-ed.
ed. unlumiih-ed. 4 bedroom house en Loma
Altgre, large kitchen, fenced
yard and hot water. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3228.
FOR RENT: In La Creita, mod modern
ern modern two bedroom apartment, liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, diningroom, kot water,
maid's room, kitchen, laundress.
Apply La Cresta. No. 12, 48th.
Street. Tel. 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Modern Duplex,
two bedrooms, hot water. Campo
Alegre. Tel. 2-2341 and 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Alham Alham-bra
bra Alham-bra Apartments, 1 0th Street
8061. Telephone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, high in El Cangrejo.
Hot water, screened. Call 3-
7453.
FOR RENT: Very cool furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment inspected. Via Es Es-pana.
pana. Es-pana. house before Mini Max.
FOR RENT: Aproved furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, modern building,
convenient location. Automobile
Row No. 36, phone 3-6855
evenings 2-5046.
FOR RENT: Large modern two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment, Potomae
building, Cangrejo, information:
Calle 32, 4-34.
FOR RENTA Spacious and mod modern
ern modern apartment, one bedroom din dining
ing dining and living room, kitchen,
balcony, garage, etc $75 00. Via
Argentina, Tel. 3-4994.
Motorcycles
I tna tAir- toe ArVI motor
cycle, 500 e.c., twin spare parts.
Phone Panama 3-3493, Urraca
Aprs Bella Vista.
Treasury Officials
Told To Avoid
Race Indictments
WASHINGTON (UPI) Treas Treasury
ury Treasury officials have been Instructed
not to make any statements that
could be interpreted as "indict "indicting"
ing" "indicting" people because of race, reli religion
gion religion or national origin. Sen. Hugh
Scott (RPa.) said today.
Scott said he received such as assurances
surances assurances frbm Treasury Under Undersecretary
secretary Undersecretary Fred. C. Scribner in re reply
ply reply to a letter from himself and
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (R-N.Y.)
expessing concern over recent
events they said had "influenced
public opinion against Americans
of Italian origin."
Scribner said in a Jetter, re released
leased released by Scott's office! that "no
public statcmcnls bv emploves
and agents of the Treasury De
partment have enme to my atten attention
tion attention which could be interpreted as
blanket indictments of people be because
cause because of race, religion or national
origin."
But he said the senators' letter,
which also went to Attorney Gen
eral William P. Rogers had been
passed along to treasury super supervisory
visory supervisory personnel to make certain
that no such statements were
made.
Scott and Keating had referred
to arrests marie in connection
with the meeting of underworld
bigwigs in November 1957, at
Apalachin, N Y.
They asked the agencies for an
opinion on whether a nationwide
organization composed of crimi criminals
nals criminals of any one national origin
does exist. If not, they said, the
tact should be publicized.
Scribner said he aprcrd with
Ihe attorney general that there is
no nationwide ring consisting sole solely
ly solely of criminals of any particular
national origin Rut he added that
"some of our enforcement people
do feci that a vicious interstate
crime organization does exist."
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
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Used Car
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on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile Row
riinnn 3-4984 3-41)85
All Types of Auto Insurant e
W five all kinds of clothes,
drapes, rugs, coats, dresses,
suits.
Two Hour Dry Cleanine
TROPICAL CLEANER
10 minutes from town)
Via Espana No. 830.
Tel. 4-1277

Automobiles vj

FOR SALE: METROPOLITAN
"1500" (19591 5,000 miles
radio, heater, white wail tires.
DUTY PAID Price $1.750
call Gamboa 6200.
FOR SALE: Special price for
quick sale, 1956 Pontiac, two
door, fully equipped, price $1, $1,-195
195 $1,-195 00 or 1952 Mercury Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, 4 door $595.00. Call Fort
Clayton 3196.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
two door sedan, Power Glide, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, w.w. tires, telephone,
Albrook 6282, 7142 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac, four
door, automatic, new tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer
0853 Apart. 19, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Morris Minor
2 door sedan, good condition.
Duty paid, 538-B, Curundu
Heights. 83-2294.
FOR SALE: DeSoto, 1950.
Clean, excellent rubber, fine
running condition, radio. Tel.
Balboa 1776 or Balboa 3348.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac hard hardtop
top hardtop hydramatic. excellent condfi condfi-dition,
dition, condfi-dition, livingroom set, Guatema Guatemalan
lan Guatemalan porch set, new, cheap. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4495 afternoons.
FOR SALE: '56 Austin-Healy.
$1,750. Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: '56 Plymouth Bel Belvedere,
vedere, Belvedere, w w tires, radio, wonder wonderful
ful wonderful condition and cheap. Recons Reconstruction
truction Reconstruction Naclonal, Peru Ave. No.
7. Tel. 2 0406.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker,
V-8. 4 door, radio, qeod condi condition,
tion, condition, must sell. Balboa 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 1958 Opel 2-dr.
sedan, two-tone, w sw, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call Gamboa. 6 6-213,
213, 6-213, after duty hours, owner
leaving.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
Riviera, Dynaflow, radio, heater,
power brakes, $575 .00. Phone
Navy 2392.
FOR SALE: Dodge coupe 1954,
Royal V-8 two tone, power glide,
white s tires. $900.00. Duty
paid. Tel. 2-2608 morning 3 3-0730
0730 3-0730 evening.
BARGAIN! SAVE!
1959 FORD GALAXIE, 4 DOOR
HardTop, Thunderbird Top, Ra Radio,
dio, Radio, WS W tires. $2,695.00
Will take trade-in and
Finance
1957 Chevrolet Station Wagon,
4Door, 9 pass., Stand, trans.,
very good buy.
1957 Ford Ranch Wagon V-8.
1957 Dodge "Sierra" Station
Wagon 4 Door, V-8, power steer steering.
ing. steering. 1954 Ford, 9 pass Station Wag Wagon.
on. Wagon. Open all day Next to Coca
Cola Co. Tels: 2-2616, 2-4966.
Car Rentals
Weekending at Santa Clara? Rent
a Hertxcar from Fiesta. Tel. 3 3-4568,
4568, 3-4568, lobby El Panama Hilton.
Hoover Urges Banks
To Make Effort
To Thwart Robberies
WASHINGTON (UPI) FBI Di Director
rector Director J. Edgar Hoover, disturbed
by an "Winning increase" in
bank robberies and burglaries,
urged tbe nation's financial insti institutions
tutions institutions yesterday to make a spe special
cial special effort to thwart such crimes.
Hoover made the appeal in a
six page letter sent to all bank banking
ing banking institutions and savings and
loan associations subject to FBI
investigation
"In the past several months,"
he wrote, "there has been an
alarming increase in violations of
the federal hank robbery and in incidental
cidental incidental crime statute."
Hp repot'led 111! stall violations
in the 1!ri7 fiscal year, fi31 in
fiscal IflSR. and a record 764
bank break ins and other viola violations
tions violations in tbe 195!) fiscal year.
In view of this "upsurge,"
Hoover spelled oul certain preven preventive
tive preventive measures and recommended
various safetv devices. He also
lutlinea a numner oi steps m
which each banking house could
help the FBI and police in their
investigations.
He called for fcgular testing of
alarm, and safety devices and
careful observation of loiterers.
He also recommended that hanks
vary their opening, closing nd
lunch-hour routines
He urged officials to verify the
authority of strange workmen
seeking access to the premises.
He said banks should keep a min
imum amount of cash in the tel tellers'
lers' tellers' cages, and always lock
vaults and entrance ways upon
closing.
As security devices, the FBI
j chief sperificallv recommended
silent alarm systems connected to
'oral police or protect ton service,
bttllel proof glass at all tellers'
w'ndows, laulomal ie photography
systems and tear gas install.)
ions.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Household foods,
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.
FOR SALE: New. 40 inch. Hot
Point electric range, $240. 00.
Call 3-0822.
FOR SALE: Dinette set, red top
tacle and chairs. $30.00 Will
accept reasonable offer. Phone
3-5024.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every tfay except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, efternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to August 31. Classes
Begin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION. Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, 3 3-3018.
3018. 3-3018. Speech Lessons,
Phone 3-3608.
Jean Berest.
WANTED
WANTED: Fully furnished
house or large apartment couple
for three months, advise during
hours 9 to 1 1 a.m. Hotel Tropi Tropi-cana,
cana, Tropi-cana, room number 32.
WANTED: Used Upright pla plane.
ne. plane. Phone 87-4134.
WANTED: Vacation quarters,
approx Sept. 10, call Balboa 2 2-1789.
1789. 2-1789. WANTED: Secretary bilingual
Spanish-English for modern one one-man
man one-man office. Phone 3-1060.
Special Offers
WANTED: Girl, clerk steno steno-prapher,
prapher, steno-prapher, bilingual. Apply bet between
ween between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Panama
Ventas y Servicios, Esq. 'Ave. 12
y Calle 15 No. 12-40. Tel. 2 2-2422,
2422, 2-2422, Panama R P.
WANTED: 3 bilingual clerks,
$100 to $125. 2 bilingual ac accountants,
countants, accountants, $300 to $350. 4 sec secretaries
retaries secretaries with shorthand $100 te
$110.. 2 secretaries with sthort sthort-hand
hand sthort-hand $125 to $150. 3 secretaries
with shorthand $175 to $225.
SERVICIO Y COLOCACIONES.
Camera de Comercie building
No. 9.
USARCARIB Issues
Bid Invitations
On 70 Salvage Hems
Invitations to bid on 70 items
of salvage and scrap foreign ex excess
cess excess personal property have been
issued by the Property Disposal
Office, U.S. Army Caribbean.
All material it located at the
Corozal property disposal yard.
I Included are two storm boats,
kitchen equipment, pneumatic
tires, a platform trailer and
plumbing fixtures. Office and
household furniture, display cas cases,
es, cases, nylon parachutes, hand tools,
a heavy duty trailer and a light
maintenance utility truck are oth other
er other scrap items available.
Bids should be submitted seal sealed
ed sealed and in four copies. They will
be opened at 9 a.m., Aug. 31, in
the bid room of Building 706, Co
rozal. Arrangements to inspect
the property can be made by con contacting
tacting contacting the property disposal of officer
ficer officer at Corozal 85-4149.
SPEAKS TO KOREANS
SEOUL (UPI) President Sygn Sygn-man
man Sygn-man Rhee told Koreans today
that the Japanese "still regard us
as their slaves" and urged them
to fight against Japan's plans to
repatriate Koreans in that coun country
try country who wish to go to North Korea.

VISITlNd RABBIS Rabbi Nathan A. Penlman (center) of Temple Emanuel in New York City
and Rabbi Isaac Neuman (right) of K. 8. I. In Panama chat with Roy Ollckenhaus, a Con Con-flrmana
flrmana Con-flrmana of Temple Emanuel, while comparing notes on their recent trips to South America.
Rabbi Perlman will address the entire Jewish community at K.S.I, community hall tonight at 8.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by Hie
truckloadf. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: Maternity and baby
clothes store. Well situated in
Ave. Justo 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 SALE: Beautiful small liv living
ing living room set, almost new. Please
call Panama 3-4086.
FOR SALE: Adolesence custom
built Wilkins accordion, 120
base. Baby crib, with mattress.
Curundu 4231, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Four piece overstuf overstuffed
fed overstuffed set, very good condition.
Must sell. 2-4338, 460 Ancon
Blvd. Puppies $3.00 each, moth mother
er mother Fox Terrier.
FOR SALE: Large girl's bicycle,
metal dresser, email quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster table, 80 bass Italian ac accordion.
cordion. accordion. House 2264-B, Carr
Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1 each floor lamp
bamboo with bamboo shade, $15.
1 each floor lamp black palm
with mahogany shade, $15. 1
each double bed solid mahogany
with Simmons Beauty Rest mat mattress
tress mattress and coil springs, $150. Can
be seen at 2127-D Curundu.
Phone 83-6226 after 5:00 p.m.
P. O. Broome.
FOR SALE: Excellent stereo Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi set complete or by compo components.
nents. components. Two Scott amplifiers, two
A-R speakers. Also Scott pert pert-able
able pert-able phonograph. Also 200 Mon Monaural
aural Monaural classical record's, excellent
condition. Via Argentina No. 10,
Apartment 23, evenings from
5:30. Phone 3-5045.
FOR SALE: Cabinet for Hi-Fi,
mahogany, excellent workman workmanship
ship workmanship in very good condition. $49.
Casa Admirable next to Lottery
building.

Senate Upholds Ike's
Veto Of Housing Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen Senate
ate Senate handed its Democratic leaders
a major defeat yesterday by vot voting
ing voting to uphold President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's veto of the $1,375,000,000 hous housing
ing housing bill.
The President thus kept intact
his perfect score of never having
one of his vetoes toppled in the
nearly seven years he has occu occupied
pied occupied the White House.
The vote was 55 to 400 in favor
of overriding, but this was nine
short of the two-thirds majority
required by the Constitution to r
verse a presidential veto.
Republicans closed ra"nks behind
the President and picked up
enough support from the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic side to sustain the veto.
Only two GOP senators Jacob
K. lavits (N.Y.) and Hugh Scott
(Pa.) voted against Eisenhower's
action.
Ten Democrats, all but one of
them from the South, joined 30
Republicans in voting to uphold
the veto.
The lone northern Democrat was
Frank J. Lausche (D-Ohio).
Sustaining the veto paved the
way for the Senate Banking Com Committee
mittee Committee to resume work on a pared-
down compromise housing bill
drafted last week by its housing
subcommittee. It carries a price
tag of $1,050,000,000.
Immediately after yesterday's
vote, Banking Committee Chair Chairman
man Chairman A. Willis Robertson (D-Va.)
announced the group would meet
today and try to reach a final
vote by nightfall on the compro compromise.
mise. compromise. Eisenhower told his news con conference
ference conference shortly before the vote
that he wanted to see Congress

Real Estate

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meters, in the Nueve Hipodromo
Urbanlxatioe across the Remoe
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Cad W. McBarnett
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid's room with service, hot
water, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phone 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Fines in Volcan, 90
hectares pasture, 44 bush.
Houses fenced. Titled. Phone 4 4-0749.
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Prompt icientific treatment en
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basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
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Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Air con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, used 1 Vi or 2 ton, also
motor scooter. Must be in good
condition, Balboa 2-6358.
WANTED: CW. and phone
transmitter. 75 150 Watts.
80 M to 10 M. K25TN. Phone
5-336.
enact a revised housing bill that
he would consider "sound."
He said there were "a number
of quite objectionable features" to
the substitute bill worked out oy
the? housing subcommittee. He said
that while he did not demand that
the new bill "conform in every
detail" to his desires, he did not
intend to back away from the
principle of "sound economy" and
pay-as-you-go on the housing is issue.
sue. issue. He mentioned specifically that
he objected to the subcommittee's
inclusion of federal loans for col college
lege college classroom construction in the
housing bill. He said this was
"sort of an abrupt change of
policy" since the bill was meant
to be a housing measure.
He also objected to inclusion of
'special arrangements for the
housing of elderly people."
The Senate's action in sustain sustaining
ing sustaining Eisenhower's veto of the origi original
nal original bill was a slap at Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson.
Meeting Postponed
The meeting of Grand Orient
A.A.S.R.M., originally scheduled
for tomorrow evening at Paraiso
has been postponed until a later
dale, an officer of the organiza organization
tion organization announced today.
PHONE COST RAISED
ROME (UPI) Italy is raising
the cost of telephone calls 25 per
cent beginning Oct. 1. The price
of a "gettone" a small metal
slug used in telephones is going
up from 25 to 30 lire (4 to 5
cents).

INVESTORS
GUIDE
By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
235 E 45 St., New York
Q. I am a widow, 65. My broker
has been trading my account. He
made profits of several hundred
dollars total on odd lot amounts
of Middle South Utilities, Atlantic
Refining, Household Finance, R.
J. Reynolds and Philip Morris.
With these proceeds and profits he
made other trades, and now has
in my account American Invest Investment,
ment, Investment, Argo Oil, Columbus arlM
Southern Ohio, Gulf Mobile, Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Oil and United Merchants.
I told him I wanted income, but
he says he has made more by
trading. I feel Middle South,
Household, R. J. Reynolds and
Philip Morris could have been left
in my account.
A. You give no amounts, so it
is difficult to figure out whether
your profits have been better than
your dividend income would have
been. Most likely they are we
have had a rising market.
However, that does not solve
the problem. Trading involves
high risk. I don't see how a widow
of 65 can afford to take these
risks unless she has considerably
more resources than you set
forth.
I do not deny that your broker
has been skillful. I just question
the propriety of a 65-year-old wi widow
dow widow going in for parachute jump jumping.
ing. jumping. Q. In 1954 I bought some Bas Bas-son
son Bas-son at $2.75. Could you tell me
anything about it? I now hold
A.T. and T., and General Tele Telephone.
phone. Telephone. How could I find a market
price on the General Tel. con
vertible bonds? Seems to be a
difference of opinion on whether
to hold or sell.
A. The last price I find for a
company called Bassons Indus Industries
tries Industries is a penny a share.
The General Telephone convert-
ables are listed in the Bond
Quotations daily. I would be in inclined
clined inclined to hold them. The company
qualifies as an agressive growth
situation, so why give up your op
tion to convert into common stock
over tbe next 12 to 17 years?
With the stock market up
around the highest level in its his history,
tory, history, and with many an individual
stock being moved .widely by
nothing but wild rumor, I think it
would be timely to quote from
"The Prudent Man Rule" as es established
tablished established by Justice Samuel Put
nam nearly 120 years ago. The
decision bore on the conduct of a
trustee, but the phrases which can
apply to the individual investor
are just as sound today as they
were then:
". .exercise a sound discre discretion
tion discretion .observe how men of pru prudence,
dence, prudence, discretion and intelligence
manage their own affairs, not in
regard to speculation, but in re regard
gard regard to the permanent disposi disposition
tion disposition of their funds, considering the
probable income, as well as the
probable safety of the capital to
be invested."
Wall Street
CHATTER
NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UPI)-The
bull market is in its 18th year. More
surprising, it has not experienced
a major setback in all this time.
James F. Hughes, analysts for
Auchincloss, Parker and Redpath,
has come up with some statistics
on the market which help to ex explain
plain explain the dour look of the Wall
Street bears.
He notes the Dow-Jones Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Average has staged an unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented rise from the April 1942
low of 92 to an all-time high of
678.10, set on Aug. 3. This rise has
been achieved without a single ma major
jor major decline.
In the past 21 months alone, he
adds, the average has gone up
some 60 percent with only five mi minor
nor minor corrections, excluding the re recent
cent recent setback.
"If, must be emphasized that
these 21 months followed 15 years
of advancing stork nriees uninter uninterrupted
rupted uninterrupted by a major decline.
The Fitch survey says American
Brake Shoe is attractive for tbe
long pull. It notes that new prod products
ucts products are lending increased virility
to Curtiss Wright.
TRAFFIC SYSTEM BOAR ED
TORIN. Poland (UPI) Traffic
planners discovered they had done
their work better than they ex
pected last night. Four wild
boars scamperer! into town and
scattered pedestrians off the
streets. The boars finally ran back
into the woods after being scared
by traffic lights.
11
The things thot ore, wrong with
the younger generation ore the
things the older generation has
outgrown,-

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Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UPI)
Stocks ran into more gelling pres pressure
sure pressure at the opening today and in individual
dividual individual losses ran past a point
in some issues.
The selling was a eontinuatioa
of the late pressure which sent
the market lower in the last hour
of yesterday's dealings.
ACF Ind 3b
Advocate Asbestos 290b
Alleghany Corp 11
Aluminium Ltd 36
Amer Cyanamid 61 V
Amer Motors 43
Amer Tel and Tel 80
Anaconda Copper 634
Arkansas Fuel S1H
AVCO Mfg 14
Beth Steel 64
Bettinger Corp UVtb
Bicrqft Uranium 61b
Blauknox BlVi
British Pet 8
, Burroughs S2H
Canadian Eagle 12b
Celanese 31
Cerro de Pasco 39
Chicago Great West 43
Chrysler 64
Cities Service 55
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate Palmolive 40
Colorado Fuel 30
Cons Electro Dynamics 38
Creole Pet 50
Crown Cork and Seal 36b
Cuban Venezuelan Oil i
Du Pont 267
El Paso Natural Gas 32
Fairchild Engine 8Vi
Fargo Oil 5
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamics 50
General Electric T9b
General Motors 55
General Plywood 19H
Gulf Oil J13
Harsco Steel iVAb
Howe Sound 22
Imperial Oil 42
Intl Pet 37b
Lockheed 27
Magellan Pet 1
Mofitrose Chem 13b
New Eng. Tel and Tel 198
Northrop Air 80
Olin Mathieson 52
Pancoastal SVfeb
Phillips Pet 48
Pure Oil 42Vtb
Royal Dutch Shell 63
RCA 99
Reynolds Metal 44
San Jacinto 8b
Servo. Corp 25
Shell Transp 20
Signal Oil and Gas 34b
Sinclair Oil 59
Soconjt Mobil 45V
Sperry Rand 24
Standard Oil NJ 52
Studebaker-Packard 11
Superior Oil 1815
Texas Gulf Prodi 32
Textron 26
Underwood J594b
United Canso OH 1 7-16
US Rubber 62
US Steel ioo
Westinghouse Elec 89
Wheeling Steel fci
Long Cheered Wild
But Booed When Hi
Attacks Opponent j
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) gV,
Earl K. Long last night cal-J
on citizens ot New Orleans
to elect a Legislature "that yon't
siaD me in tne DacK.
a crowd ot 10,000 persona
jammed Canal Street and stopped
traffic to see the governor. They
applauded him repeatedly,
hooted wildly when he attack
New Orleans Mayor deLessefft
(Chep) Morrison, one of his otl
Dnnentg far ro.oUntinn ft
-. v bici. bivrii.
Long, who had promised to'
turn the adjournment nT hi in.
-idi se.vston oi me Legislature inta
an "asset instead of a Wkset
made few remarks about th mat
ter.
He asked the people to "eleet
senators and representatives that
win nack me up, that won't stab
me in the back."
"Be careful in who you vote for
senator or representative. You
have just seen a legislature re refuse
fuse refuse to act in the benefit o-th
people of this state."
Sen. E. F. Cole, speaking into
the microphone before Lorn? took
over, shouted that the 63-year-old
governor reminded him of "th
calmness of Jesus In the face of
tribulation."
But when Long attacked Morri Morrison
son Morrison the crowd booed him lnt Hi.
lence and then began chanting:
"We want Chep, we want
Chep."
"You (sic) so damm silly yoa
stink," Long bellowed at a heck heckler.
ler. heckler. "You go to Texas."
As boos and catcalls continued.
Long yelled:
"Either go take a bath or shut
up. You stink so bsd I cant
think. Go take abath, please. I
can smell you from here."
He accused Morrison of sending
"hoodlums" to heckle him.
"Go back to Mandeville," shout shout-ed
ed shout-ed a heckler. Mandeville Is th
location of the last mental hos
pital Long was in.
BEATNIKS OF DARTMOOR
rrwiNciuwiy, tngiana luril
Inmates of Dartmoor Priso
are beginning to look like beat beat-niks.
niks. beat-niks. They are growing beards t
protest a ruling by prison authori authorities
ties authorities that until the current drought
ends there will be no more show
crs and two men must use tht
same bath water.



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Chessman Gets New Death Senteiue

After 11 Years Of Court Appeals

LOS ANCKLKS, Aup. 13 (1'IM)

Carvl Chessman. 38-year mi

"redigh bandit", today was
back where he was 11 years
ago (acins a date of execution.
The convict-author who has
lived 11 years in San Quenlin's

death row yesterday was order-

ed sent to the prison's gas
chamber Oct. 23.
Superior Judge Herbert V.
Walker set the latest dale of ex execution
ecution execution after the state superme
court again reviewed his case
and reaffirmed the death 'penal 'penally.
ly. 'penally. A. L. Wirin, Southern Califor California
nia California attorney for the American
Civil Liberties union, unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully pleaded that Chessman be
brought here to hear personally

the setting of the execution date.
Judge Walker turned down the
request, pointing out that his
duly in the case was mere'y to
m'I the date of execution, not to
hear arguments or appeals from
Chessman.
The condenned man was con convicted
victed convicted and sentenced to death
in 1348 on 17 counts of kid kidnap,
nap, kidnap, rape and robbery crowing
out of preying on couples in
lovers' lanes. The "redlight ban ban-dil"
dil" ban-dil" tag came because he used a
red filter over his auto's snot snot-liht
liht snot-liht to pretend he was a police
officer.
Chessman never killed any ;if
his victims, but one of the teen teen-ag"
ag" teen-ag" girls he ravished went in

sane ana looiay remains in a
iiT-ntal hosoital.
The death penalty was passed
under thP sloe's "Little Lind Lindbergh''
bergh'' Lindbergh'' law which makes the use
of force during a robbery or
rape punishable by death.
He has hatter' the conviction
through the state courts to the

U c sunreme court.
Chessman wrote four books
while in death row. during which
time e saw more than 70 con con-v;cts
v;cts con-v;cts walk to Ihx'p death in Ihe
gas chamber. His royalties ex ex-ceedprl
ceedprl ex-ceedprl Sioo nofl. He said he hid
used up all the money to wage
tr legal battle.
Most polular of his books was
'he an'obioTnohv ""p!l J-'W,
Death Row." in which he des described
cribed described 'is rough and tumble
earlv life.
Virr iid would con'inue
Chessman's fight, taking hit

case back to the state luprera
court on grounds that Chesamaa
was denied duP proeris of tW
when Judge Walker turned dowB
his requiesl to be present for
setting of the execution 4at.

US Govt. Abandons
Search For Hew
rExolicr Jet Fuel
WASHINGTON (UPI) Th
government today wrote off itl
search for "exotic" new jst fuel

for future atomic bombers despite
an investment of more than 209
million dollars in the project.
The Air Force closed out its tit)
million dollar high energy fuel
program with an announcement
late Monday and th? Navy was
ready to announce thit it would
shut down the Callery chemical
plant a' Muskogee, Okla.
The Navy plant is a 3H million
dollar facility and. according t9
official sources, other Navy eipen eipen-ditures
ditures eipen-ditures on "zip" fuels ovr thi
years would put that service's in in-vps'ment
vps'ment in-vps'ment at more than 100 mill'on
dollars.
Cancelation of the fuel projects,
once expected to give more ranft
and bursts of speed to modern
airplanes, threw a question mirk
over future aircraf projects such
as the B70 Valkyrie bomber.
The cancelation was viewed as
one of the first of the "rugged
decisions" '-h'"h Opfpnsp Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Neil H. MrElroy said last
we"k confront the Defense Ds Ds-partment
partment Ds-partment in its effort to held
military spending at present
levels.
The exotic fuels, variously called
chemical, rp and high enertr
fuels, -re Viuid met't eomooufds
made from baron which add to tht
no"'pr o' vdrooarhon jet fuels
and, according to the theory, In Increase
crease Increase ran7r and soeed.

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of America todav announced that
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from anoller planet, wi'l give a
nub'ic lenctur- tomorrow. Thi
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bridesmaids and not a single guest more than
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No Surface Indications Of New Flareups
Negroes Back In Utile Rock Schools
After First Days Violent Outburst
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 13 (UPI) Three Negro girls returned to Hall High School today for their second day of 'integrated classes,
almost ignored by 700 white students.
There were no surface indications of new violence today at Central High School, where firemen and police broke up an unruly crowd
yesterday with high-pressure fire hoses and nightsticks. Police arrested 24 persons. They later were released on bond.
One Negro is scheduled to attend Central when it opens this afternoon.
Mrs. L. C. Bates, president of the Arkansas chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, said that if the
integration attempt can get through today, "we've got it licked."
There was no trouble yesterday at Hall, although a heavy police guard was prepared for it. Police still guarded a four-block perimeter

about Hall today, but there
There were these other develop developments:
ments: developments: The Little Rock committee for
Peaceful Operation of Free Public
Schools charged that m;iny of the
demonstrators who clashed with
police yesterday "were not citizens
of this school district.'
A source close to Gov. Orval
E. Faubus said he still could
clos the schools, as he did in
158 to preserve segregation,
through use of his executive pow powers
ers powers since the school board is no
longer using a Federal court-approved
integration plan.
Segregationist leaders, who
aid thev were furious about use of
police billies and fire hoses yester yesterday
day yesterday to break up a protest demon demonstration,
stration, demonstration, met secretly last night,
perhaps to decide on their moves
trtria'.
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INTEGRATION VIOLENCE Police take two women into custody after segregationists attempt attempted
ed attempted to break through police lines in Little Rock to protest, the opening of high schools in the city
on an integrated basis.

hsoes on demonstrators at Central
High yesterday.
Police whacked three men with
their clubs and arrested a total of
24 including four women and girls
and put them in jail.
All 24 got out on bond of J15.50
each and were ordered to appear
Aug. 19 for trial on charges rang ranging
ing ranging from assaulting an officer to
loitering.
Three of those arrested Herb
Blount, 16; James Tipton, 16, and
Raymond Mantees. 18 had nine
tear gas bombs in their automobile.
City police turned them over to
state police because they were ar arrested
rested arrested at the slate Capitol.
An estimated 11)00 oersons were
in the crowd at Central High
School. Perhaps 500 were in a
threatening knot that pressed a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst police lines. The others mill milled
ed milled about in the general area.
Three Negro girls Kffie Jones,
Elsie Robinson and Eslella Thomp Thompson
son Thompson integrated Hall High with-
Ex-Con Continues
To Contend He's
Not 'Mad Murderer'
1SI.IP. NY. -(UPI) A 27-year-old
ex-convict continued to
protest after more than 24 hours
of mieslionni" lodav that he is
innocent of the "mad murderer
killings which have terrorized
eastern Long Island for nearly
two weeks.
He also denied to reporleri that
he had committed Hie "Russian
roulelle" holdup to which police
.said he had confessed
Results of a lie detector test
given Francis Henry Bloeth at his
own insistence Tuesday n i g t
were not made public.
ma uwii di iuiiui in mr niuie'i
111 in f.iiir li,,i,i- l I .n ., V... V...-I-
mir lest in a r
i City laboratory was contradictory.
"Tlic machine said I was right,"
he saic at one poinl. "I didn't
do il."
Hut he later told newsmen:
"Don't put too much faith in that
machine."
II was announced Tuesday thai

ne was 3 prime suspect' m the I Members of the school board,
slaying ol three lone workers in 1 w, ordered Central and Hall inte
tale night eating places in eight 1 0.a1p,'Uiuter a pupil placement
days, but Siillolk Counlv residen: s j aw visjtet )j0, s(iouls while
apparenllv were not persuaded ,,,ssei wfre in progress vesterdav.
I ben- terror tilled nights had -K ve? rything is voing according
"nu , to plau." Ted l.amb, a member ot
earl' "p lleTjljl,;,'m,'n,S, CTd the board, said.
, nr..8" h T r3Vr T ; -The kids in the hall, are not
0li Z dU ieven talking about the early open-
STess,(r! '"line f the schools. They are saying
Hlm-th was booked for the .: I ch oilier, 'What ymulo this
fatal hole -up of a tavern near his; summel

"ome on July 22. The tavern
owner identified Bloeth as (hp
man he said held a gun against
his head, nulled the trigger four
times on an empty barrel and
then asked. "Do vou want to try
for five""
The ,
said hp (t
Joseph Principe,
and gave him Jdn
dirt
EFFICIENT THIKF CAUGHT
'PASAUKN
Calif. (TPI)
jJoseph Cr
l inamo, 26. may not
IIpH a nor for I
nave ruitin 1 1 led
Inn aci unl
nig fo oolice it was an
efficient
one Po ice sa id vesler
iijm in:. !,.V arrested hi in aMer
he wall,ei f depart mi'nl
store miii, i,mr ,irS (,P hadn'i
paid fin mid discovered he had
made mil "shopping list" o'
'other clniii,, he planned to steal

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MOB HELD BACK A segregationist demonstrator Is helped to
her feet by members of the crowl that tried to break through
police lines around the newly-integrated Central Hish School at
Little Rock, Ark. The two Negro students who integrated the
school arrived early and entered unharmed.

out a sign o ftraible. They went
home without being molested when
Hall High closed at noon.
Jefferson Thomas and Elizabeth
Eckfortl, who first attended Cen Central
tral Central in 1 957 jinder the protection of
paratroopers, integrated Central
again.
When Central closed at 3:30 p.m.,
(hey left Central largely ignored
bv their white schoolmates but fol-
.... u., r,, ...... rt,i .u..tn
"rii ".y n-J"ii i.s aim (iiiuiug
raphers.
"One of the children told me
thit there was nothing out of the
ordinary," Mrs. L. C. Betes, head
of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo People
ple People in Little Rock, said.
"They seem to be eager to get
hack after being out of school a
year. It is most routine in the
school rooms
I But for more than an hour yes-
, -l
is human, but vr,'
better think up a better excuse.

i u err

terday, It looked at if Central
might again become the bloody
battleground that provoked Pres President
ident President Eisenhower to send in 1000
troops of the 101 it Airborne Divi Division
sion Division to protect nine students.

While the three Negro girls were
integrating Hall High under heavy
police protection, militant segrega segregationists
tionists segregationists began to gather at the state
Capitol and call for Gov. Orval E.
Faubus.
They ran off three Negro report reporters
ers reporters and Faubus came out.
"I see no use for you today to
be beaten over the head and jail jailed,"
ed," jailed," he said.
"This should be used only as a
last resort. The sun is hot out
there where the police ire on duty.
This enforcement of an illegal du duty
ty duty will become burdensome.
"l.el us act so posterity will be
juslly proud. Let us continue and
never weaken."
The demonstrators marched off
with four US flags and a Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate flag-to Central, a mile away.
Police Chief Gene Smith ordered
his men away from Hall and met
the demonstrators lieadon at Cen Central.
tral. Central. He never let them get closer
than a block to Central. Lines of
police held them back.
A middle-aged man tried to
crash through the police line. A
policeman whacked him on the
head with a nightstick end he
went down bleeding. Two police
ROTC Uniforms
To Be Issued
At Balboa High
Uniforms will be issued at the
Reserve Officers' framing Corps
building in Balboa lor Kalhoa
II :;li School cadets from 8 to 12
a.m. Monday Aug. 17 to Friday
Au;;. '.'1. and from 8 am In :,
p.m. Monday Aug. 24 to Thursday
Aug. 27.

lifted him into a patrol wagon.
A chunky, Teenaeed boy who

tried to break through the line al
so got hit on the head with a night
stick.
Another man, whacked across
the ribs, broke into tears of pain.
Smith ordered the operator of a
sound truck that was blaring out
parody on "Dixie" to shut the
music off. The operator didn't and
Smith jerked loose the wires that
was carrying the sound to the
speakers.
The parody said:
"Arkansas, the land of cotton,
"Way down South, where Feder
al courts are pretty rotten,
Look away, mok away. Dixie
land."
The crowd milled about, yelling
and cursing, and, as one police
captain said, "looking for a lead
er." Smith ordered firemen to turn
on their hoses.
Most o the demonstrators fell
back as stinging streams of water
hit them. One old woman turned
her back to it and refused at first
(o budge.
"You're not going to make me
move," she said.
Two boys tried to hold up a US
flag under a stream of water. It
wavered and another boy ran up to
help them.
Six girls, with their sodden
dresses clinging to their bodies,
sobbed and screamed. Another girl
screamed over and over, "Commu
nists! Communists! Communists!"
After the first hosing, Smtih or ordered
dered ordered his men to arrest three
boys and a man for using the US
flag to stir the crowd up.
"All students who have identifi
cation clear through this line and
go to school," Smith said. J
Smith waited 30 rconds and none
moved.
"Hose 'em-down," Smith order
ed. The firemen turned the water
on the demonstrators again.
This time, all but five Teenagers
fell back half a block.
il
nouse oroup

To Hike Interest Rates

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Ways & Means Committee
responded to administration prod
ding yesterday and approved a
watered-down bill to grant Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's request for
authority to hike interest rates on
government bonds.
But there was considerable un
certainty whether the bill would
ever get through Congress.
The measure, which would elim eliminate
inate eliminate a provision the administra administration
tion administration objected to in an earlier ver versionwas
sionwas versionwas reportedly approved by
a 15-10 vote. All 10 Republicans
were said to have voted lor it but
only half of the 10 Democrats.
The widesplit in Democratic
ranks made il doubtful that the
controversial bill would clear Con Congress
gress Congress before adjournment. Some
committee Democrats even doubt doubted
ed doubted lhal il would get as far as the
House floor.
The committee action came as
President Eisenhower told a
Gettysburg, Pa., news conference
mat action on ine measure was
vital to "our prosperity and the
soundness of our money." He
wants the present interest rate
ceil;ngs repealed as an anti-inflation
step.
The bill's Democratic op opponents
ponents opponents say il would raise inter interest
est interest rates all along, the line and
make it difficult to get loans.
The bill would eliminate for
three years the 4u per cent in in-lerest
lerest in-lerest ceiling on government
bonds of more than five year ma maturity
turity maturity and the 3.20 per cent ceil ceiling
ing ceiling on interest on government
savings bonds.
A version approved by the com
initlee July 8 would h.ivc elun-
iinaicd me ceilings lor only two
years.
The proposal would simply
low the administration to ignore

the interest rate ceilings for threol The festival, which will be in
years, thus p i ng whatever in-j honor of North American Ex Ex-lerest
lerest Ex-lerest thP market required riurin" change Plan students, will .feature
thit period The President hadiSpanish and typical Panamanian
asked Congress for outrirht re-'dances

peal Of the statutory limits.
Shortly after the committee vot voted,
ed, voted, Treasury Secretary Robert H.
Anderson mv -ics-'ed gratification
and said he hoped action could
lie .omii(...'i -for,, adjournment.
Bep. Bun- Harrison (D-Va )
hi 1111,1 ,s..i ii,..
"Mill I'm In,',. 111,.
" n -S-
I.i I ion anc seek clearance from

the 'Jules ('onimiitee for llousejin on them. The rings sampl' -action.
Bui h,. said he was undertbore large engravings recording
no illusions aboul its prospects, the graduation date; Class o 1969.
I

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HAPPY ARCHIE Light-heavyweight champion Archie Moore and hisiwife Richie console de-"
feated challenger Yvon Durelle after their title fight in Montreal last night. The 42-year-old
Moore sent the Canadian fisherman to the canvas four times in the third round. Durelle stay stayed
ed stayed down on his fourth trip to the deck to give Moore his 128th knockout in 2:52 of the third.

lastro, brother Kaul Uirect rront-Lme Aaron:
Against Counter-Revolutionary Forces In Cuba"
HAVANA, Aur. 13 (UPI) Premier Fidel Castro is personally directing front line action a.

gainst forces teaming up a new rebellion from the Sierra de Escambray mountains of central
Cuba, reports from the area said today.
Castro and his brother Raul, commander of the armed forces, flew into Cienfuegos, capital
of Las Villas province, to try to squash the latest threat to the seven-month-old revolutionary

regime.
They left the capital gripped in an atmosphere of mounting
were clamoring for the firing squad for more than 4000 anti-Castro

uuk me uuuuuy since oaturuay.
The Castros were tight-lipped
when they landed at Cienfuegos.
The premier immediately took
off again in a helicopter, obviously
headed for the area around Trini Trinidad
dad Trinidad 40 miles down the coast where
the fighting was reported centered.
It could not be determined where
Raul went.
The army ordered public traf traffic
fic traffic off the Cienfuegos-Trinidad
highway, and at times communi communications
cations communications between Havana and
Cienfuegos were blacked out.
Government officials, who have
remained silent since the plot a-
gainst the Castro regime was dis discovered
covered discovered last Saturday, refused to
discuss the battle reports.
r
UKays di
adding that it faced "a rocky
road, at best."
The new bill is a compromise
drafted by Harrison and Rep.
Frank Ikard (D-Tex.) after the
administration objected to a pro provision
vision provision included in the earlier ver version.
sion. version. The Ikard Harrison compro compromise
mise compromise dropped that language in
iavor oi a proposal expressing
me sense of Congress that mone monetary
tary monetary and debt managementoffi managementoffi-cials
cials managementoffi-cials shall "take fully into ac account
count account the importance of promot
ing a continuity of employment
opportunities, achieving the maxi maximum
mum maximum sustainable rate of econom economic
ic economic growth, maintaining reasonable
stability in the purchasing power
of the dollar and assuring that
the cost of managing UiP public
debt is kept to the minimum con consistent
sistent consistent with these vital national
objectives."
RP Labor Croups
Seek Appointment
For Price Control
Panama labor circles were re reported
ported reported clamoring yesterday for the
appointment of a represenialive on
the Price Control Board.
The term of office of the labor
representative on the board ended
eight months ago and no new rep representative
resentative representative has been named bv the
government, union sources said.
Festival Tomorrow
Arrangements were being com
pleted today for a students fes festival
tival festival which will be held tomor
row at the Science and Arts Athe Athe-neum
neum Athe-neum in Pasadena, near the Dei
Carmen Church.
American music will be played
and door prizes will be raffled a a-mong
mong a-mong the guests.
PROFITS FAR OF
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. (UPI)
-- A shop-lifter who stole two
Wake ForeSt College rings may
have to wait a lone time to cash

y

Private sources who reported
the fighting did not have any infor information
mation information on the size, identity or lead
ership of the anti-Castro forces.
There was no confirmation of the
reports of fighting in Cuba's Cen Central
tral Central Province, but it was believed
several persons were killed and
wounded.
Reliable sources reported that
masterminds of the alleged con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy escaped arrest, and on only
ly only figureheads or financial back backers
ers backers of the plot fell into the gov government
ernment government net.
Although the plot against Castro
was broken up Saturday, many de details
tails details were still lacking, reliable
political sources said.
Even the "counter-revolutionarj
les slated tor top political ouice
were unable to give full details of
the anti-Castro plan, it was said.
This group included ex-senator
Arturo Hernandez Tellaheche, who
allegedly was to become president
'Kicking' Guard
Gels Donation
From Supporter
LONDON (UPI) A retired Lon London
don London businessman sent a $1.40 do donation
nation donation yesterday to guardsman
V. Footer, whose foot came into
contact with an American woman
tourist nine days ago while on
duty at Buckingham Palace.
"It is time, someone put his foot
down to stop this nonsensical ma marauding
rauding marauding and gawking in front of
the guardsmen," said F. E.
Crump in a letter to M. P. Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Lipton.
Crump told Lipton he was send sending
ing sending the $1.40 to Footer in case the
guardsmen had lost any pay as a
result of the alleged kicking inci incident.
dent. incident. Footer was confined to bar barracks
racks barracks for 10 days.
"I am still waiting for the war
office to reply to my protest
against the punishment imnosed
on him,""Lipton said.
Elizabeth Makes
Nkrumah Member
Of Privy Council
BALMORAL, Scotland (UPI) (UPI)-Prime
Prime (UPI)-Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah
of Ghana was made a member
of the Queen's Privy Council
yesterday at a meeting of the
council at Balmoral Castle.
Dr. Nkrumah had flown to Bal Balmoral,
moral, Balmoral, where ueen Elizabeth is
in summer residence for a two two-day
day two-day visit-- to discuss an jeventual
royal tour v of) Ghana, with the
Monarch anrf'Prince Philip.
A previously scheduled royal
visit to Ghana had to be can cancelled
celled cancelled because the ueen is ex expecting
pecting expecting her thfrd child early next
year.
Nkrnmah, who was one of the
first to be told the news that the
Queen was pregnant, "made af affirmation"
firmation" affirmation" yesterday instead of
taking the usual formal oath as
privy councillor.
The Privy Council, composed of
a number of eminent personali personalities,
ties, personalities, is sumrtioned to art "with
others. .upon the demise of the
crown" and to handle other af affairs
fairs affairs referred to it -by the Sovereign.

tension. Pro-Castro supporters
conspirators arrested through

if the plot succeeded; 'cattleman
Armando Cainas Millanea, slated
to become vice president; and busi businessman
nessman businessman Ramon Mester, who wag
to be designated premier.
The three were seized at a ne ne-cret
cret ne-cret meeting in Havana Saturday
by army commandarit Eloy Gutie Gutierrez
rrez Gutierrez Menoyo and Maj. William
Morgan, an American-born Castra
partisan.
Menoyo and Morgan worked
with the plotters to learn their
secrets and kept Castro informed
of deeVlopments. Menoyo return returned
ed returned to his command in western
Cuba after the suspected plotters
were arrested.
But Castro indicated that thers
were still problems to be solved. in
connection with the conspiracy
when he suddenly disclosed earlier
this week that he would not attend
the foreign ministers' conference
in Santiago, Chile, as originally
planned.
Castro also called off plans to feu
the people of Cuba by radio and
television Tuesday night about th
plot to overthrow his regime-'
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