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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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AN INDEPENDENT ,lSBfSAILY NEWSPAPER
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CANADIAN WHISKY
'Let ihe people know the truth and the country if ae" Abraham Lincoln
PANAMA, R. Pi FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1959
FIVI CENTS
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BUILDING GOING

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' HX SLIGHTLY INJURED Six workmetifVere slightly Injured today itfhert this iortIon t building to house t printing plant
bSckled lop no Apparent reason. Th building is located on the new aection ot jranglpanl Stree. None ot the workmen was

fcrtht toiilding at the time.
50 PC Co. Employes
Hired During July
.Fifty' new- employes joined the
Panama Canal organization dur during
ing during the month of July, according
to the monthly report issued by
the Personnel Bureau. Eight pi
theVnew employes, were hired in
the United States and 42 were
employed locally.
New employes from the United
States included three medical in interns
terns interns who will serve their intern intern-Ship
Ship intern-Ship at Gorgas Hospital and two
resident .physicians.
Others employed from the u u-Bited
Bited u-Bited States are Stephen Dukes
ore drill operator leader in the
Engineering and Construction Bu Bu-testo;
testo; Bu-testo; Hubert F. Smart, lock op operator
erator operator Locks Division; and &a &a-ward
ward &a-ward W.Hatchett Jr., high school
addition to 14 new appren appren-M
M appren-M the list of new employes
Si locally included substitute
teachers, clerk-typists a news news-writer,
writer, news-writer, pipefitter, two staff nurses,
plumber, general engineer, clerk clerk-EgrVphW,
EgrVphW, clerk-EgrVphW, supervisory eons eons-rruction
rruction eons-rruction representative, owing ?o
eomotive operator, Pfrnvls0ry
construction inspector, ana a
number of laborers.
Julian Hearne Made
lib Supervisor
Of Dredging Division
nromotion of Julian S. Hearne
.upervisory general e"g'nff
ru-TiivrtmpraDhic Section of 11V
Engineering Tisiontojupmiscr
of the ureaging .yv v,t"r
nounced this week by Altot
nri,u Mat nf the division.
t,. ..;n ...Mwrl James Fraser,
who was retired from the Canal
organization i June.
,a. hnrn in Yanllcy.
Alabama but has apent mostt
his life in the Canal Zone. He at attended
tended attended the Canal Zone schools
and the Georgia Institute of Tech-
""rlisirst Job with the Canal was
as a helper in the Mechanical Di Division
vision Division in 1926. He later held sev several
eral several temoorary positions in the
TirerlirinB Division and was em
ployed permanently in 1933 as a
Survey Recorder.
In 1 1940 he was assigned to du
tv a Assistant Supervisor in lhe
Field Operation section of the
PvwlPin" D'vlsion and- was em
ployed in this capacily until 1953
' t ie ira,r ranmerren 'o in
Kngineerin' Division as chief of
' i:; .TvcV.., ;" !. Since I95f
ho has been supervisory general
en ncar in le Hydrographic Section.

6 Construction:
In Unexplained
Six construction workers
center portion of the roof a
plant along the newer section
sed for unexplained reasons.

Reports from Santo Tomas Hospital, where the men

we're taken immediately after
seriously injured.
However, two linotype machines
and a type casting machine were
caught under the rubble of cement,
steel girders and galvanized roof-
A small rotary press on the side
of the building near where the roof
buckled was not damaged.
Soma ob$rvr$ wert of th
pinion that the rest of tha dam damaged
aged damaged taction of the roof might
come down in a few hour.
The building located near the
Olympic Stadium was being built
bv the Amado construction lirm ior
the proprietors of the morning ta
bloid El Dia, and a proposed new
midday tabloid.
Jnne of the in jured men was in
side the building in the immediate
area of the collapse at the time.
Workmen said five of them
were working on seeftold out out-tide
tide out-tide the building and another wet
on the roof at the far end of the
rnlUntad taction.
Thp latter came sliding down
with the slowly-buckling roof, but
managed td climb back up to me
undamaged section when it came
to a stop. He suffered only scratch scratches
es scratches and bruises, his co-workers
said. '
The six injured men, non of
urrtnm warn riptained at Santo To
mas Hospital are: Claudio Medina,

Decorators Green Light Fender Palh Makes

RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) Kurt
Neilson, the soft-spoken hero of
tfce pedestrian world, abandoned
abandoned h's fight for cross crosswalk
walk crosswalk justice today, but not with without
out without some warming signs of moril
victory.
The reokie policeman who
pulled a gun on Neilson wheji
Neilson walked across the hood
of his Car with the green light
was ordered to undergo "counsel "counsel-im,"
im," "counsel-im," a somewhat dubious dlstinc
'inn on his official record.
And the policr department is is-(meek
(meek is-(meek a "routine" order to keep
the whole hassle from ;ever hap happening
pening happening again.
Neilson, 36, an interior decora

UP COMES

Workers Hurt
Roof Collapse
were injured today when the
partially-constructed printing
of Frangipani Street collap.
the collapse, said none was
Jesus A. Lee, Tomas Rodriguez,
Ubaldino Perez, Joaquin Morales,
and Fabio Martinez.
More Paris Found
Of Argentinian's
Crashed Airplane
Local residents of the P 1 a y a
Duarte section along the Pacific
coast about 200 miles soutn
west of Panama City, where t
private plane crashed about July
8, have recovered a large sec
tion of the missing plane wreck
a Be.
The discovery was announced
by Juan Francisco Arias, of Pa Panama
nama Panama City, who has been acting
for the Argentine family of mil mil-linaire
linaire mil-linaire sportsman Juan Jose
Blaquier who with his pilot was
Dresumed killed in the crash.
The single-engine Beechcraft
Bonanza plane was enroute irom
Manaeua. Nicaragua to Tocu-
men Airport when it apparently
flew into a violent tropical storm
npar the crash site.
The recovered wreckage indur!
ed a section of the nose, with
the nosewheel retracted.
tor, said he wws lure he could I
have won an appeal from his $25
fine tn a higher court, but It
seemed economically unfeasible.
,"Ive got five bnyi to bring up
and I can't afford to take three
days off from work to appeal this
thing, even though 1 know I'm
right," Neilson said.
A spirited campaign to win
funds from other pedestrians to
avenge his outrage totalled only
$30.
NeilHon won the unofficial, figur figurative
ative figurative Zero's medal last week
when,1 after waiting for a green
light to cross a downtown street,
he found his way blocked by a
car which had pulled into the

DOWN

Donors List Sought
For Children's Bank
At Santo Tomas
Officials of the Children's sec
tion of the Santo Tomas Hospi
tal Blood Bank are attempting to
form a list of tvDed-emereencv
donors who would be willing to
donate critically neeced blood to
the bank.
There is an almost constant
shortage of blood ,at the bank and
man children brought to the hos
pital in shock have been unable
to receive even the most common
blood, "0" positive, a blood bank
omcial stated today.
The Blood Bank is therefore
undertaking a campaign to type
employes of various business
firms in Panama and enlist these
persons as emergency donors.
One reason blood donations
have been slow, a hospital
spokesman said, is the fact
that a good deal of superstition
surrounds blood; donation. In
order to combat this supersti superstition
tion superstition the blood bank is has dis distributed
tributed distributed 2,00 copies of a flyer
which explain 'the facts con concerning
cerning concerning bleed donation.
Thp pamphlet makes clear
blood donation is a harmless and
painless, operation which will
cause no ill effects to a healthy
donor.
Persons interested in having
their names placed on an emer emergency
gency emergency donor lis' should contact
Mrs. Lily Boyd t Panama 3-1565,
Mrs. Diana pascual at Panama
3-4560, or Mrs.; Carol Glirkenhaus.
For further information, inter interested
ested interested persons ,hmild call Victor
Charles at the-, Bloo: Bank, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1725. a
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t
crosswalk. Ar gently as possible,
Neilson climned the fender,
walked acmls, the hood, and
clambered dwn the other side.
There he cm face-to-fare with
the irate, guntwavlng driver, latr
Identified as iookie Patrolman H.
L. .Mullins, ff duty and out of
uniform, but he told the court,
in the cross-walk on official po police
lice police business
Neilson w,s fined for malicious
damage io, an'atitomobile.
He announced In outrage that
he'd appeal totthet Bum-eme Court
if necessary, Mnd the walking
world leaned to his defense.
Columnists extolled him from
coast to coast," and Editor James

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Moreno Confident Herter
W7 Hep in Wage Issue

SANTIAGO, Aug. 14 (UPI)
Miguel Moreno was confident today
of State, Christian A. Herter, will
the deadlock of Canal Zone wages.

The foreign ministers discussed the situation dunng a 45
minute meeting last night after the plenary session of the foreign
ministers conference.
It was reported that Moreno stressed Panama and United

States relations are progressively deteriorating as "discrimina "discrimination"
tion" "discrimination" against Panamanian workers in the Canal Zone continues.

It is understood Moreno de-i
livered a memorandum stating
15.000 workers are not receiv
ing lair wages under the 19b5
treaty.
Diplomatic sources saia Mo
reno is conlident Herter will
personally intercede beioie the
Army and other U.S. govern government
ment government departments concerned.
Meanwnile the seeming
blindness and deafness of the
American governments, es especially
pecially especially the United States,
was criticized today in an
editorial entitled "Blind and
Deaf," appearing in today's
issue of fci Panama America.
"And worst of all, according
to an indications, the deaf do
not want to hear and the buna
do not want to see", the edito
rial said.
The editorial was referring
to the American foreign min
isters conference now under
way at Santiago.
It pointed out that "Com
munism is advancing in Laun
America with giant strides,
but since the last world war
"practically nothing has been
done... to stop the sweeping ad ad-vanc
vanc ad-vanc ol communism,
ttn taken t;.il't)fcttaf "ifH
conferences with a lyric repe
tition of vague or inconclusive
formulas," the editorial said.
"And when it seems that
something concrete is going to
be suggested, then it is resolv resolved
ed resolved that the matter should be
disussed in a future conference
at which, in turn 'the bail is
passed' to the next and then.,
also to the next.
"It seems that our govern governments
ments governments the most powerful is
the biggest offender do not
want to learn the lesson they
have seen with their own
eyes.
"There is the lesson of China
It was lost to Communism be because
cause because they debated on whether
or not to put its economic aid
in hands of the then-strong
Nationalist Chinese govern
ment, or administer it in some
other manner. Then when they
were ready to render aid in
niuch ureater proportions, it
was too late.
"Then they have the lesson of
Egypt. They lost it to commu
nism or pseudo-communism
because they wavered over
whether they should present a
common front with the other al allied
lied allied powers.
"By the time they awoke from
their hesitation it was too late, and
even the relations between the
powerful allies was on the verge ol
being broken.
"Tndav. Pan-Arabia, which inci
dentally is the region which has
the greatest oil reserves in the
world, is practically lost possibly
to communis! influence
The editorial went on to point
out how the Marshall Flan savea
post-war Western Europe from
ihe nrivnnrp of communism with
"ready and effective aid."
However, it pointed out that in
the ease of Latin America, "for
ten years now communism hs
been advancing, first slow but
sure steps, but recently with full
speed, impudently and with de defiant
fiant defiant shouts which only escape
the deaf who do not want to
hear."
Cop See Red
Jackson Kilpatrick of the Rich
mond News Leader leaped io
editorial action wilht he establish establishment
ment establishment of "a fund for the redress
of occasional palpable miscar miscarriages
riages miscarriages of justice."
Nellson's plleht. wrote Kilpat Kilpatrick,
rick, Kilpatrick, touches "the very strings of
our heart."
'Sons and daughters of liberty,
lets us strike- a blow for anarchy,
sweet justice "and pure devilment."
wrote Kilpatrick. "free will of of-'erinp
'erinp of-'erinp should be addressed tn the
Peadle Bumble Fund, in care of
the editorial nace."
Beadle Bumble was a character
in Dickens' "Oliver Twist." who
once remarked, with some heat,
that "the law it a ass a idiot."

Pannmanian foreign minister
that the American Secretary
help find a solution to solve
"And what has the United States
done?" the editorial asked. "Prac-
tically nothing. At first, it ignored
the threat as if it did not exist.
"Then, as we pointed out, (it in indulged
dulged indulged in) the lyric repetition of
vague phrases and inconclusive for formulas,
mulas, formulas, and the "hall game' of Inter-American
conferences at which
the 'ball' is passed from one con conference
ference conference to another, perhaps until
the tragic day comes when there
will be no more conferences which
can discuss it."
"And with an unbelievable blind blindness
ness blindness and an astonishing deafness,
we witness the repetition of the
sajne superficial and futde exercise
in what is going on at trie Santia Santiago
go Santiago conference."
The editorial goes on to ask:
"What does the U.S. Secretary of
Slate intend to do there? Obtain a
'profession of faith' in the inter inter-American
American inter-American system? The naming of
a committee to continue studying
the problem? Already voices are
being raised to suggest that any
concrete formula shrink! be left for
a future conference at Quito nexi
year."
Accord inr to Jhe editorial.
Wvt,irctale.jt4rniula has
be advanced 'bribe Chilean
President ( Jorse Alessa n d ri )
who has made it clear that a
bolstering of the economy of
Latin America was indispen indispensable
sable indispensable for the preservation of
the democratic system.
The editorial concluded by
stating that "only immediate
and effective economic aid" can
stop the advance and efiective
economic- aid can stop the ad
vance Communism.
"And it is up to the United
States, being the most power
ful, to take the initiative and
assume the greater burdpn of
this costly remedya burden
which we will all pay for in one
way or. another; just as we will
pay, in some tragic and latai
manner, for the consequences ol
the victory or the collapse of
democracy or the so-caiien
Pan-American system."
' HE'S GOT Till
holds on to tin
MIAItK BV

yesterday before finally kindliiR him on the beach in tnmi u
the "home ot his grandfather, Dr. Adolfa Arias, near the Holi
var Institute. The 13-year-old lad is somewhat dwarfed in the
seven-fdot 500 lb. denizen of the deep.

Rebate?

CZers Awaiting

Official Definiti

Of

Housing Status

With an estimated $1,000,000 in potential tax re rebates
bates rebates at stake, Panama Canal employes today began
clamoring for a policy statement from Canal Zone Gov.
William E. PotterVtl the connection between Zone hous housing
ing housing and conditions for employment of US citizens on the
Canal Zone.
The rising demand for an official administration
statement follows increasing confusion over exactly who
among Canal Company employes may be eligible to de deduct
duct deduct rent payments from income for tax purposes.
Canal Company US-rate rent rolls run about $2 mil

lion yearly, or about $6 million for the three year retro retroactive
active retroactive claim period. At ah average of 16 percent income

tax, employes here stand to reap, in nice round numbers,
$1 million in refunds if the rent deductions are allowej.'
Acceptance of Canal Zone quarters has never been
set forth as a specific condition for employment here, but
after two Canal Company workers received refund's on
1958 tax this week, both based on deduction for rent
payments, hundreds of householders began preparing re-

rroacrive claims ror tne past
i Confusion PHutenft rinoiiSallv nn
whether a. "US' Atmeala' tfoiirt rul-
ung ;itcjepted,; hfJMhe-:f Internal
ne venue aenyice wouw appiy to
Panama Canal employes
The court ruled that a Veter Veterans
ans Veterans Administration doctor whose
job fequired' him to live on hospi hospital
tal hospital premises did not have to pay
income tax on rent deduced for
hospital quarters.
In the doctor's case his resid residence
ence residence on hospital premises was a
condition for accepting the job.
Although residence within the
Zone is not required for em employment
ployment employment with the Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, informed observers here
maintain that workers are in
virtually the same situation as
the doctor.
A handful of executives here
are required to live on the Zone,
and police spokesmen say that a
40-year old policy has required
all members of the force to live
within the Canal Zone jurisdic jurisdiction.
tion. jurisdiction. But even if clearly establish-
Tilt: TAIL -'AdoL'o' Alin.s '. :r li

? vS
$ w

lull of the shark he held onto for 30 iiuhim1

three tax, years.

A"
d fer these, 0 1ebhldirei Hi
Hue Idii It whatef tW re
malning 4000 US-cltizen employ.,
s of the Panama Canal Cm Cm-pany.
pany. Cm-pany. Internal Revenue Service Head,
quarters in Washington has saia
only that claims filed by Canal
Company employes will be jug.
ed on their individual merits, and
that the ruling in the doctor's
case may apply.
upumisis cue a 1954 decision I
District Court here hV .Turf,.
Guthrie F. -Crowe. invnlAino
personal damages suit against
the Canal Company or neglected
maintenance of an entrance stair-
way. The company's defense at attempted
tempted attempted to shift blame for the
neglect to the employe occupying
the Company's quarters
our in denying this defense
Crowe argued that "the picture
presented to the court there there-fore
fore there-fore is one of. assigned housing
to captive tenants..."
"Plaintiff's only choice lav in
resignation bv hpr h.,ch9n j
iiiZI h'!ndreds "f miles to the
".tu oiaies or removal to Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, a foreign country..." where
hLh rlStf m Ration permits,
high rent and inaccessability to
employment would confron' the
u.. citizen.
It cannot be said that the
tenants voluntarily elect to as assume
sume assume the risk incident to the
government houses in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone to which they ,r,
signed by the Housing Office a
matter completely in its juris jurisdiction."
diction." jurisdiction." Also cited as inHiront o,
Canal Zone "captive tenahnv" ;.
Potters forward
Working m the Canai Zone." a
booklet prepared for prospective
new employes of the Canal Com Company.
pany. Company. Outlining ihe missing lnj
Hon of the Panama Canal Cnm.
pany, the Potter-authored fnr,,rA
nmnts out that "since the cnjl
Zone is a geographical en'itv isol isolated
ated isolated from the continental Uni'.-d
States ... teamwork is He
upon the nrovision of thos? serv services
ices services and facilities for employs
and their families which are re recognized
cognized recognized attributes of normal
hrtme and community life."
Because neither Potter'? state
ment nor Crowe's decision touch
on the essential matter 'vhe'her
in fact workers are actually free
to live in other than -company
owned cuiarlers. residents ho a
Potter will elarifv the matter bv
issuing an official policv state statement.
ment. statement. Exhibition Kitchen
Not In US Momes,
Claims Rcf Drmer
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
newspaper Bed Star said today
American housewives have no kit kitchens
chens kitchens like the one on show at the
American exhibition in Moscow
"because they cost $250,000. 'V.. i
m' chiim w:i- iir.de- n ht ar
ticlH iii which the paper also re-'
nn 'V "tifiJet1 :irluinenn"
at tli' exhibition,' arise from the'
Amer.. m desire to give "an ei
tirrly wrong idea of the America
way of life." ;

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THE MAIL BOX

RUNNING A RAILROAD

Str

Somciime aj:o "Free Enterprise" wrote a letter to the Mail Box
in which he showed concern for the fate ofthe truckers in the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama.
As a trucker 1 thank him. As a business man, I say o him:
"Don't worry." As a Panamanian I agree with him 100 percent. Of
course, these answers require an explanation, so I will attempt to
do so.

trucking is a growing industry

the Republic of Panama,

thanks to men like "Free Enterprise" with backbones, and who know

what thev want when they want it. And thanks also to me incompe incompetence
tence incompetence and total lack of understanding of our way of life exhibited by
ome of those concerned with running the railroad.
A business concern that has absolutely nothing to offer eventually
collapses The railroad has no friendly contacts with clients.' It does
not give good freight service. The tariffs are higher than those of
Panamanian trucking firms. Every year the railroad goes further
in the rod, and therefore becomes more of a load to the Canal Zone
residents who indirectly subsidize it by paying higher prices in the
Commissaries to eliminate losses of the Panama Canal Co.
Panamarian merchants should stop to think the harm they are
inflictinp their own business by giving freight to the Panama railroad.
This is very simple if you figure it out. The less the railroad hauls,
the more money it loses. The more it loses, the higher go the prices
of the Commissary, and consequently the less will people in Pana Panama
ma Panama expose themselves to securing merchandise by contraband. In
stead, they will make their purchases in the store of that merchant
who denied the railroad his freight.
I would go to the extreme of saying that it is unpatriotic for a
Panamanian businessman to give the Tailroad his cargo for hauling.
There are few concerns which have provoked more embarrass embarrassment
ment embarrassment and caused more obstruction to the financial development of
Panama than the Panama Railroad Co. This organization has al always
ways always based its arguments on Article V of the Hay-Buneau Vanlla
treaty of 1903 in which Panama granted the US a monopoly for the
construction, maintenance and operation of any sort of Translsth Translsth-mian
mian Translsth-mian svstem of communication.
Under this treaty the Panama Railroad Sept. 20, 1911, got a proj project
ect project for building a railroad from the Chucunaque river to the town
of Juan Dia disapproved.
March 5 1912, the same attitude was adopted towards the Bal Bal-boif
boif Bal-boif and Pacific Estate Co., which proposed a railroad to the Darien.
. In 1910 the Panama Railroad froze a project for a railroad from
Panama City to David.
In 1911 the Panama Railroad protested loudly and effectively a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a similar project to the Colombian border.
't took 11 the influence of the US rmy during the emergency
of World War II for the railroad to relinquish its perpetual rights as
regulators o( transportation in the Republic of Panama, and for
them to allow the Transisthmian Highway to be built.
It was only due to the determination of President Porras that
In 1914 the National Railroad of Chiriqui wis started, and this with
eonstant objections and interferences from the Panama Railroad Co.
If you have been patient enough to come with me this far up to
where I have only stated personal opinions, and history; please bear
with me little more. I have something to say about the present
business methods of the Panama Railroad Company.
I have in my possession photostatic copies of a Bill of Lading
destined to Colon, and endorsed by the owner of the cargo to the
firm which I represent. This cargo was taken by the railroad to
Panama City. causing this particular merchant, whose, name I
don't" mention for obvious reasons, considerable additional expense
since oart of the cargo was to be delivered in Colon and had to be
broti?ht back.
I denounced this performance of the railroad in the press. But
In the next day's newspaper there aopeared a statement made by by-said
said by-said merchant to the effect that he didn't know that we were mak mak-inr
inr mak-inr preparations to take delivery of this cargo in Colon, and that he
had authorized the railroad by phone to transport the shipment to
Panama City. How naive can a person be not to realize what hap happened?
pened? happened? This gentleman hadn't only given me the documents and
endorsed them to us. He had also given us instructions to make de deliveries
liveries deliveries in Colon, before taking the cargo to Panama.
Aug. 3 the Rangitata arrived in Balboa with a shipment of but butter
ter butter for several Panamanian firms. There was a shioment of fiOO
cses for certain firms in Colon. Due to uncertainties as far as time
of unloading were concerned, I requested that an ice car be placed
in Pier 18, and that the butter he held there till Aug. 4. Not too much
time went by before a cerfain high official of the railroad called the
consignee t inform him that cars were not available o hold said
butter hecai.se they were urgently needed in Cristobal to receive
?n s'nre the cold storage cargo coming off the Cristobal. However,
the official slated: "If you want vis to bring the cargo to Colon we
can accommodate you and do so."
. What this official didn't stop to consider is that he was not deal dealing
ing dealing with Cholos, nor that 1 had overheard the chief checker say that
he only needed two ice cars to handle the cold storage that was to
coitoe off the Cristobal. He also did not stop 1o consider that these
two ice car were already placed in Pier 8 alongside the Cristobal,
their number; being No. 702S and No. 7014.
'. The much-needed car on which the butter) was finally loaded was
car No. 7037, delivered to the Cristobal Freight House at I a.m. Aug.
4. They did not starf unloading it till 9:30 a.m. and the unloading
was no! finished till 12:15 p.m.
On the same day at 3:30 p.m. (closing time for the freight
hrtuse). the much-needed car No. 7037 had not as yet been taken
alongside the Cristobal, and was still parked in the Crjstobal freight
house serving no purpose.
As you can well imagine, all the urgency for having that car in
Cristobal wa for the sole object of securing business which the rail railroad
road railroad could not have got otherwise, due to their exorbitant tariffs.
The final cost of transportation from Balboa to the consignee's
warehouse was $150.4.';. against $90 which we would have charged.
So "Free Enterprise" can see that when his competitor stoops
to tricks su(h as these, a serious transport concern really has noth nothing
ing nothing to worry about. The competition will eventually trick itself out
of business.
f
r Of course this doesn't worry the railroad officials, the top man,
fof instance, is a borrowed employe. Once his hitch here is over he
will leave and go hack to his employer in the States, with no fur further
ther further responsibility to the firm that hired him to help solve its prob problems.
lems. problems. He might however leave something else the Piggy Back Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian service which he recommends for the Panama Railroad.
An here I warn all Canal Zone residents. All of them have
some connections hack home with people In the transportation busi business.
ness. business. Let the Zonians consult these friends as to their opinion of a
Pir Back service for a SO-mile haul, and see what they have to say.
For if the project Is a mistake. Zonians will be paying for It when
they go to the commissary for the next few years.
,'" The purpose of this letter is not to start a feud In the press. Too
man" alibis ran he,made after errors are committed.
' My letter ii meant only as a warning to Panamanian merchants,
t Canal Zone residents, and to the directors of the Terminals Divi Division.
sion. Division.
i
! To finish this long letter. I wish ta declare that the photostatic
copies which I mention, and also the newspaper clippings, are In my
jwssession. I am willing to show them upon request.
i 1
f Also, thla time f have the complete backing of the consignee,
who authoriied me to use this information, and who now believes
le was atrongarmed into using the railroad
i If there is any personal or legal satisfaction or confirmation de de-sired
sired de-sired I am at anybody's order at the Stilson Rmlding in 7th St. be between
tween between Bolivar Ave. and Herrera Ave., Colon
Henry Tawnahand Lapaire

DREW PEARSON
on
The WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND

Safari

W ASHINGTON, With the -an
American foreign ministers meet meeting
ing meeting in Chile to pacify the turbu

lent Caribbean, this column has
obtained a copy of Central Intel Intelligence
ligence Intelligence Agency report showing Fi Fidel
del Fidel Cas.Vo's links with Communism.

The document lists some of

Castro s top advisers at Com

munists and cites nine trips by

uie5e aavisers to Moscow since
th? revolution on Jan. 1.
Their aim, according to the
CIA report is to make the situa situation
tion situation in Cuba so chaotic that the
United States will be forced to in intervene.
tervene. intervene. Then the United States
would be charged with an "Am "American
erican "American Hungary."
It is such intervention that tie
United States is trying to avoid
by getting the advice and support
of other Pan American govern governments
ments governments at the Foreign Ministers
Conference. 1
Salient portions of the reveal revealing
ing revealing CIA report follow:
"I has become increasingly ap apparent
parent apparent in the past several months
that Fidel Castro, if not a Com Communist
munist Communist himself, is certainly do dominated
minated dominated by them.
"For a few wepks rinrino nrl

immediately after his trip to the

unneo Mates, there was lope that
at last he would settle down, pay
more attention to his mnr m.

servativc advisers and stop flirt flirt-ingVith
ingVith flirt-ingVith the left wing.
"This hope was expressed by
Feline P.-uos. president of The
National Bank of Cuba, by Re Re-gino
gino Re-gino Bo'i. Mincer of Economics,
by several of the ministers and
people of imnortanrn uhn

companied Fidel Castro to the
United Stales.

"Thev felt this mainlv hip

they had been chosen to'make the

inp, annough they occupy high
Positions in the eovernmc'nt ksrl

barely even spoken with Castro.

men. wnn this trip, he sud suddenly
denly suddenly became attentive to them
and with their heln ws coached
through his visit to the United
States.

"On arrival back in Cuba, Ihese
men cave out that thv

PV. that Castrn hwl

tlieir advice, that now he would

mil asuie Ins more radical ad adviser
viser adviser that I a inni.M

Communisis and listen to them.

instead. Castro proved con con-clus'velv
clus'velv con-clus'velv that h i

cording to a well conceived, well

uireciea nian of operation. On re return
turn return to Cuba ha isnnrlij Ik.

who coachd him through his vi

sit to the United States.
"From thp (imp nt m.

o date. I p has refused repeated

ly ana even after written de demands
mands demands he has denied an audience
to Felip- p37os. the nreident of

ine rvanonai Banks. He had sim simply
ply simply used th.e. men a, frpnl$
while in the United Stafte. -r,1
AGRARIAN BILL
"At the same time, he had
some of hi more conservative
ministers drawing up a bill for
agrarian H'nrm. Particular!" de devoted
voted devoted to this was Son Marin,
Minister of Agriculture.
"Sori Marin conrplcted his bill,
showed it to all tre members of
the cabinet anri went to thp Sie Sierra
rra Sierra Maestra with Castro and all
he other minis'ers to proclaim
he agrarian re'"rm bill, which
he thought would be his, the one
he wrote.
"Once on ton of thp mountain,
Castro took out his. own agrarian
reform hill, o"p which no mem member
ber member of the cabinet had seen be before
fore before then.,ant reouired them all
to sign it. This i, the agrarian
reform bill which has now "one
'n'o force. It was 'ritten prima primarily
rily primarily by Ernest" TV Guevara
Vilma Esnin, wife of Raul Castro'
Raul Castro. An'onio Nunez Ji Jimenez,
menez, Jimenez, and Pino Santos.
"Of Erneslo Guevara a US in in-ellieenee
ellieenee in-ellieenee aeenc- stutes. 'If he
is not a eomrn"ni!f. h will do for
on until another comes alone.'
"Vilma Esnin js thf, sjster 0f
noted French t'ommunist and an an-narently
narently an-narently a Communist herself;
Antonio Nunez Jimenez, who
has been named to head the
Agrarian Reform Insti'ute, has
had his way pa'd bv the Com Communist
munist Communist Partv of Cuba to a vouth
festival in Prague in 1954. Pinos
Santos, the financial reporter for
'Revolution,' the 26 de Julio

newspaper, is really Carlos Santo

Stainless Steel

latware

morcuno
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Vega, a regular member of the
Communist Party.

TRIPS TO MOSCOW
"The best US Intelligence Agen

cy reports available suggest that

the recent trips back and forth to

Moscow by Cuban Communists

there have been nine such
trips since the end of the reyo-

lution have been to settle on po

licy.

"The Communists themselves

have been so amazed at their suc success
cess success in Cuba they have had to
find out what they should ask for

next. The 10 points which thev

demanded in their newspaper,

Hoy,' immediately after the end

of the revolution, have already

been granted.

"It appears that the decision

has been made to be as provo

cative as possible, to rum the eco economy
nomy economy as completely as possible,
to cispute the sugar supply pro program
gram program of the United States, and by
such violent, trouble making ac activities
tivities activities as the invasions of otjier
South American countries frm

Cuba?nd "confiscatiorr of Urlited

United States to intervene direct direct-United
United direct-United tates to intervene direct directly.
ly. directly. "This is their hope, their baste
plan of action. Should the US in intervene
tervene intervene directly, there has been
whipped up enough anti-US pro propaganda,
paganda, propaganda, that there will be force
o resist US intervention.
"The young men of Havana es:
pecially, the university studentsj
the junior executives, appear en enthralled
thralled enthralled with what they call ItaU
ian or Cuban communism. By this
they mean they still go to church,
they have their children baptiz baptized.
ed. baptized. Intellectually they oppose po police
lice police violence, but economically
they believe communism a better
system than capitalism.
"These young men would fight
vigorously against US interven intervention.
tion. intervention. It would flatter their sense
of a 'lost cause,' to die ill-equipped
opposing a Marine invasion.
In short, they are prepared to die
fighting US intervention, to die
screaming. 'Look, look, a sec second
ond second Hungary.'
"Ti e echo of this scream would
be Russia's reward, Commun Communism's
ism's Communism's victory. Hope of coaxing In India
dia India and the African world into(our
camp wou'd be dimmed.
"In short, the communist tactic
in Cuba today appears to be a
gambit to force US intervention
for world propaganda purposes."

RUSHING THE SEASON
LONDON (UPI) The London
Times, this 10th day of August,
carripi this d"ertisement:
"Father Christmas with own
costume wanted immediately."

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(Presented by the Department
at Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the MJs-
, sionary Djc-cat ef the Pane-
. ma Canal Zone,)
BUILDUP
"Your, builders outstrip your
tUtroyers."
RSV.
In our great cities there is a
continual race between the
wreckers and the builders. Old
mansions become progressively
dilapidated while new ones are
put alongside' them. The center of
our cities are half slum and half
palace.
It is a parable of the human
soul. The forces which pull us
down are deadlocked with those
which would recreate, and restore
us.' Sometimefp'it seems that our

energy is .being drained away
faster than it "can be replaced.
We are physically, mentally, spi spiritually
ritually spiritually exnaus..ed.. God seems to
have, moyed out" and forgotten us.
It is to. this d6wn-at-the-heels
feeling that the prophet speaks,
lie uses a curious mixture of fi figures:
gures: figures: the crying baby, the ab absent
sent absent lover, a wrecking crew, God
is the nursing mother, the devoted
friend, the master builder. No
matter how desolate and waste
the blighted areas of our life, God
can rebuild them. This is the
great thcrne which runs through
all these chapters.

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fTUDAT, AUGUST 14. 1959
Civ7 But -Silent Treatment
To Mr. K Urged by Senator
Operators Of Nursing Home in Indiana
Charged Vith Torturing Aged Patients

liui raAaua aiujuuui .aui LVUULnuuii uuli nanaiaxui - ;

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r-r" S'-V:''4, COURTEOUS

WASHINGTON p-
backed by two other senators,
urged Americsns today to be
"civil but silent" when Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev
tours the country next month.
'Let there be no cheers for the
Red dictator, no crowds assem assembled
bled assembled to greet "him, no flattery or
flowers." Dodd said in a speech
delivered to an almost empty Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. "Let our people bejavu but
silent."
Dodd's recommendations won
support from Sens. Clair Engle
fD-Calif.) and Robert C. Byr4
r u; v. Rnf Senate Demo

cratic leader Lyndon B Johnson
m that rtnnn was

taking up time that should be

devoted to otner senate """7;
Two GOP senators called lor

freer exchanges between ims
country and Russia.

Engle agreed with Dodd t h a t
Khrushchev should not be accord

ed the kind of warm welcome
given leaders of free nations.
imoririm should

"keep this, big buffoon at a fair

distance."
"Byrd, touching on the possibili
j it. .4 vumahViv miffht be in-

yited to address Congress, said he
would rather resign'fom the Sen Sen-th
th Sen-th Hnst of wasn-

aie aim v
ington off my shoes than lis en

to tniS man wno ueaia u.-r
ty, perfidy and murder,
whor. Tnhnson told Dodo ne

1 -t thp 20-30 min

utes the leadership understood he
would speak, the Connecticut sen senator
ator senator snapped back: "No business

is as important as the business.

Dodd called mirusncnev xne

"hangman of the Ukraine" and

"tha butcner 01 uuaapesi. ne
also said the visit was like "hav "having
ing "having Hitler m the White House."

Dodd called upon president t,i-

mknwtr anri other U.S. officials

to take up with, the Soviet leader

"the issue of ine captive na

Hon." demand "a clear-cut re

traction of

ultimatum;

the Geneva Foreign Ministers
Conference and take every oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity "to emphasize our firm re

solve never to ibandon tne peo people
ple people of West Berlin."

EVANSV1LLE, Ind.' (UPI)
rrimimi affidavit were being

prepared today against attendants

of an unlicensed nursing nome

who were accused by a grand
jury of torturing elderly patients
in punishment for their senile
transgressions.

The grand jury s iour-page re report
port report char gedr that patients were

i struck, lett unaer restraint in
-I chairs for as long as eight hours

Khrushchev's BerlM "t ?". d?eUi. T!?

withdraw any con- anuaepuc 'p

Bronze Aae Bodies

Found Near Naples

wiM naiv XlVi) Cave

explorers reported today they
had discovered the bones of some
15 human beings, believed" to be
of the Bronze Age who lived
about 4,000 years ago, in a deep
Italian grotto glittering with stal stalactites.
actites. stalactites. ,
Scientists who examined the
skeletons found a raw terra cotta
ornament which they said allowed
them to date the bones between
2,000 and 3,00Q B.C.
Some of the skeletons found
were those of children, giving
rise to belief that an entile fami family
ly family was trapped in the grotto by
a slide. Experts said they were
the first full human skeletons of
the Bronze Age ever found in
southern Italy.

Confederate Vet's

Life Ebbs Slowly

Al Houston Home

HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI) The

end drew nearer for Walter Wil Williams
liams Williams today as the 116-year old

Confederate veteran's heart beat

became weaker and his respira

tion slower.

The rnnHitinn of the last sur

vivor of the Civil War was de described
scribed described as unchanged. His daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Willie May Bowles, said

"he just keeps going down a

little every day."

She said it is difficult to tell
When he is conscious. He is being
fed a mixture of raw eggs, milk
and water, with an eyedropper,
but his- physician said he is taking
less food each day.
When Williams dies, the Stars
and Stripes he once fought against
will be lowered in his honor.
A resolution instructing Presi

dent Eisenhower to issue a pro

clamation ordering that the flag
be flown at half staff for Williams
has been passed by both houses
of Congress.

D, wiinuraw any cuu-- --- -7 .
offered the Russians atrwtty ?d m fT.?!".. dan

ger 01 Deing iraypcu ujr wi.
The jury said it had heard evi evidence
dence evidence that "toenails were pulled
from patients' feet as punishment
for their alleged misconduct."
"Many of the problems of im improper
proper improper care of patients could have
Mn eliminated." tile iurv'S re

port said, "if the family and

friends of patients had been in interested
terested interested and concerned enough.
Many of the patients had no visi visitors
tors visitors for months at a time."
It also blamed state and local
health departments and fire and

safety departments for an ap

palling lack of coordination in the
supervision of nursing homes and
laws a nd regulations governing
them."

Mrs. Viola Barnes, who oper

ates the Comfort Nursing Home
with her husband, Harold, flatly

denied the jury s charges.

1 m going to nrove mat r

port was false," Mrs. Barnes
said. "I can prove it was a lie

frvm hpoinninp tn onH

The grand jury returned no In-

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dictments but asked the prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor to take action. Prosecutor
C. H. Roberts Jr. said he is -doing
so. The jury said formal ac

tion would not be possible in some

cases because the allegedly

abused patients have since died.

The nursing home has been

without a license since July 1
when it failed to file application
for renewal within the required
time, the report said. A renewal

application was received by tne
state board of health on Aug. 6

but has not yet been processed,
the jury said.

The jury said the nome was

not adequately staffed wltn

trained personnel.

Quote Unquote

w a shin fiTnN Sen. Thomas

J. Dodd (D-Conn.), urging Ameri

cans to be courteous out not en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic when Soviet Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev visits the
United States next month:

"Let there be no cheers for tne
Perl rlirtatnr nn crowds assem

bled to greet him, no flattery or
flowers. Let our people be civil
but silent."

CARD SYSTEM SPREADS

DUESSELDORF, Germany

(UPI) The newly-introduced gas gasoline
oline gasoline credit card system
i.q snreadine fast in West Ger

many. The Dresdeher Bank of
TliiPKselrfnrf sairl tndav that

four more West German oil firms

had adopted the system, increas increasing
ing increasing the number of filling sta

tions hnnnrin? the cards to 27.

000. The system was introduced

on a national scale in West Ger
many on Aug. 1.

Two U5ARCARIB

Men To Sludy

At US Colleges

Turn mnrt mmbr of USAR

CARIB have been selected by the

Adjutant General, Department of
the Army, to attend civilian col

leges for two-year periods.
Sd.S William L. Brooks. U.S

Army Technical Service, Fort
Clavton. will study mechanical en

gineering at West Virginia Uni University.
versity. University. Private Daniel Berkowitz,
U.S. Army Training Center, Fort

Buchanan, Puerto Rico, will pur pursue
sue pursue a course in food technology

at the Iowa College of Agricui
Inrp anri Mechanical Arts.)

Specialist Brooks and Private
Rprknwitz r. the third and

fourth members of this command

chosen for the Army's new edu
cational program.

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MONTREAL Lieht heavy

weight boxing champion Archie
Mnnra cnpulrinp tn newsmen aft

er his third round knockout of

Canadian challenger Yvon du du-relle
relle du-relle :

"Aeson savs never put s mule

in a race at Santa Anita."

T TTTT.F ROCK. Ark. Negro

Wioh crhnnl student Jefferson

Thomas, describing his white

schoolmates at uentrai tugn
School on opening day:
itf n i a A v was particularly

friendly, but they weren't un

friendly, either."

TTTRBmRK. Mass. Mrs. Marie

pi,ni. Mafcan urtnnff narents not

to neglect polio shots after four
of her six children who had
not been inoculated came down

with non-parlytic polio:

"It was just carelessness on my

part. .I'm a very unhappy and

worried mother tonight.
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$13,720,000 during 1957 and 1958
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aqua and yellow $275.00 $175.00
"Americano" 3-pc. sectional living
room set, gold $275.00 $175.09
Reclining chair-bed $152.00 9 99 J

ECUADOR LIVING ROOM SET
Trtrn Modern Design

SPECIAL t$.50
Monthly. ..... 7.50

BEDROOM
Formerly NOW
"Americano" bedroom set. twin bed,
chest of drawers, dressing table
and stool $425 00 $249.50
"Americano" bedroom set. wardrobe and
dressing table, cream with green .. $399 50 $299.50
"185" carved bedroom set, chest
of drawers $425.00 $299.50
"3-D" bpriroom set. chest of drawers.
white with green $399 50 $299.50
Chair-bed $152.00 $ 99.50
"18(1" wardrobe with 2 mirrors $1!9.R0 $ 89.50
"190" single bed, mahogany 55 .0" $ 35.00
"180" bed, lacquer finish $ 55 .00 J 41.25
Dressing table and stool 75 0" S 56.25
Chest of drawers with mirror 4 5 np 48.75
Night table 19.50 $.14.95
Armless rocker, natural finish $ 19 50 $ 14.95
Upholstered easy-chair $ 19.50 $ 1150

CHILDREN'S ROOM
Formerly NOW
Mahogany cribs $ 65 00 $ 48.75
Mahogany Jr. bed $ 69.50 $ 52.15
"Tropical" cribs, screen enclosure .... $ 49.50 $ 25.00
Playpens 39.50 $ 29.05
Children' wardrobes $ 89.50 $ 67.15

SPECIAL (57.50
Monthly 5.00
OTHER BARGAINS

Qulckfrez freezer $299.50
Kerosene refrigerator $299.50
Phlo washer, Model 531 $199.50
Philco refrigerator, 7 cu. ft $350.00
New Yorker sewing machine. 5
drawers, Zig-Zag attachment $295.00
New Yorker electric portable sewing
machine $119.50
Chaise lounge, perfect for outdoors .... $ 25.95
Garden chaise lounge $ 38.90
Aluminum garden chairs $ 12.50

OFFICE FURNITURE

$14.5
$125.00
$ 75.09
$225.00
$150.00
$ 79.50
$ 17.50
$ 22.50
S 8.95

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AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER AT -BALBOA HEIGHTS
Miss Suian Potter, daughter of Canal Zone Gov. and Mrs.
William E. Potter, was honored Wednesday at a miscellaneous
howfr given by Mrs. Thomas Faison and Mrs. Lester A. Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson at the Ferguson residence in Balboa Heights.
Miss Potter's marriage to Mr. Gunner Schull is planned lor
Wednesday, August 26, at St. Luke s Cathedral in Ancon.

C. C. Leckrtdget
Ixpttt Guests Temerrew
.Mr. am. Mrs. C. O. Lockridge
und son Jim of Los Angeles and
Mr. nd Mrs. C. E. Lodkridg at
.n iienidrdini,. Calif., are ex expected
pected expected to irrive here tomorrow
for a two-weeks visit with Mr.
i and Mrs. G. C. Lockridge in An-

Isthmian T Claim
tomorrow

Oi social interest in the Canal
Zoi.e'! will be hie marriage u-',
morrow in Gary, Indiana, of:
luiis tlizaDeth tsyron Damasko.-,,
daughter of Mr. anr1 Mrs. George
William Damaskos of Gary, and
Mr John Neal Hatgi, son of Mr.
and 'Mrs. Neal J Hatgi of Colon.
The vows will be exchanged at
S. is. Constantino and Helen
Greek Orthodox Church in Garv.
M Hal E is a nvNvVr of tne
faculty of the bacteriology de department
partment department of .ho t'nivorsty ol
Maryland at Baltimore.
Showar To Honor
Mitt Sly Tomorrow
Mrs. Clifton A. Howol will w
hostess tomorrow at eleven at a
silver dollar shower ho n o r l n
Mis$ Man- Mariorie Ely. bride -lect
of Mr. Richard Lee Bron Bron-ins.
ins. Bron-ins. The event will ho held at
tbe Fort Amador Officers Open
Mess.
IAWC Cultural' Group
Plant Panama Tour
The Cultural Committee of the
Inter-American Women's Club
will take a tow of tho National
Museum, the University of Pa-

con.

nama and the l'residencia next c. 0. lxckridge it a brother,
jixsday. The group ill convene nd C. E. Lockridge an unci of
at 9:30 a.m. at the Tivoli G'Jfst q q Lockridge.
lllHiot (Continued on Page i)

.Members are invited to bring
guests. Reservations should oe
maoe in advance at toe club ji ji-fice
fice ji-fice in thf Tivoli.

Isthmnn Totstmasttn
To Me Ntxl Tuoday
Buck Taylor will be Toastmar-
ler in the A("ini2 when t h e

Isthmian Toastmasters Club
J meets next Tuesuay a. b u.m.
at the Tivoli Guest House.
The speakers' list includes
Mickey Kiplan, Val Lynch, Har-
'vov Meagher. Alfred O'Leary.
!Jim O'Rorke and Keith York.
Jim MrNamar. will serve as to to-picmaster.
picmaster. to-picmaster. The meeting will be a

preliminary run for the com coming
ing coming speech contest to be conduct conducted
ed conducted anions members of all local
Toastmasters clubs.
Further inlormation reearding
Toastmasters mav be obtained by
calling Cdr. S. E. Taylor, Navy
2434.

Meetings
Union, Council Matting
The regularly scheduled meet meeting
ing meeting of the Canal Zone Central
Labor Union-Metal Trade Coun Council,
cil, Council, AFL-C10, will be called to
order at 8:30 a m. Sunday in
the Indnitriil Training Buildint

!at Balboa Heights.

Orchid Chapttr, O.I.S.

Orchid Chapter, Order of the
Kastern Star, will have stated

meetine at 7:30 this evening at

the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Refreshments will be served

after the meo' nc.
Mtdical Association
The Medical Association of the
Isthmian final Zone will meet
in the conference room of the
Food Service Building, third
floor, Tuesday evening at 7.
A hufpt will prfede tho sci scientific
entific scientific program, which will be
nrpof.fipri b" Dr. Paul J. Caldwell
of Gorgas Hospital.

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Hew Arl Exhibit
Begins Tomorrow
Al Balboa JWB

A new art exhibit, featuring the
latest watercolors ol Paul W. Col-

bv. beein.1 tomorrow at the USO-

JWB gallery in cooperation with

the Canal Zone Art League.

Colby, former chief architect

of the Panama Canal Co., is now

residing in Panama City. He re

ceiv?d his early art training at

the University of Illinois, where
he studied architecture. Since
that time, he has maintained his

interest in art as a hobby and has

worked in all media, including

oils, pastels, pen drawings, etch etchings
ings etchings and watercolors.

Colby is a realist who strives

lo portray faithfnlly whatever ob

ject he paints, taking only such
liberties with natural color and

value as may add pleasing ac
counts to the composition.

included in the present exhibit

arr, scenes and landscapes paint

Annual Benefit
Fair To Be Held
Wednesday At JWB
The annual benefit variety fair
and card party sponsored by the
ladies of the Jewish congregations
in Panama will take place on
Wednesday, at 8 p.m. at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB in Balboa.
This is a yearly project organi organi-led
led organi-led bv Mrs. Nat Sharp and her

committee, and all proceeds are
to be allocated to the School for
the Blind of the Salvation Army
in Panama City, and the Light

house in Jerusalem.
Many gift items have been don donated
ated donated for this event, all of which
will be on sale during the eve evening.,:
ning.,: evening.,: The general public is invited to
attend the fair.
Tickets may be purchased at
the USO-JWB the evening of the
bbenefit. Door prizes will be
raffled.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY I
by Dorothy Killgallen

Venetia Stevenson visited CpL i Ma Tant"...A local syndicate ii
i pAs1 ? West Germany trying to arrange license per-

When today's hand was played in
an important team match one team
stopped at four no-trump and made
five while the other team arrived
at six clubs, down one.
The hand was the subject of con considerable
siderable considerable comment because six
clubs was obviously the poorest
slam contract. Six no-trump would
make with either the heart or club
finesse working and six hearts was
just about as good. On the other
hand any bad trump break would
ruin the club slam,
Finally, someone came up with
an unusual angle. No bidding sys system
tem system anyone could devise would get
North and South to six spades. Yet,
six spades was ironclad in spite of

both finesses being wrong.
Let West open anything he wish wished.
ed. wished. South would cash dummy's
king of diamonds, get back to his
own hand in any manner he might
choose, ruff his low diamond with
one of dummy's trumps, lose a
trick to East's king of hearts and
eventually discard his three losing
clubs ort dummy's heart suit.
16

Vlvia Preslev in West

,the other day and the word is that

she'i The One.. Lena Home, rei rei-ly
ly rei-ly angry because RCA Victor
went to court over ber complaint
about the "Porgy and Bess" al album
bum album she made with Harry Bela
fonte (Lena wanted it withdrawn
because she didn't consider jt up
to her standard of excellence),
has switched to Capitol Records.
Mrs. Darryl Zanuck, the form former
er former Justice Johnston, plans to re resume
sume resume her acting career. .Mem .Members
bers .Members of the movie colony are gab gabbing
bing gabbing about the chill between Ca Ca-ry
ry Ca-ry Grant and Bette Davis, but no nobody's
body's nobody's quite sure wliat caused' it
... Rome newspapers are hinting
strongly that thr? once blissful
marriage of Gina Lollobrigida
and Dr. Milko is tottering.. .Broad .Broad-wayites
wayites .Broad-wayites with sharp ears say the
Rodgers and Hammertein songs
for "Sound of Music" are the
best they've written in five years,
which puts them in the category
of superlative.
Peter Szabo, the former Hun
garian freedom fighter who re recently
cently recently made the front pages in a
love shooting, is being swamped
with offers to do his rock V roll
act in night clubs and on televi television.
sion. television. ..Singer Annie Ross tells pals
her romance with Lennie Bruce

is over...Micneie morgan wni
come to the United Slates from
France to see her young son,
Michael, who is with htr ex-husband,
Jill Marshall.
Frank Locsser has an interest interesting
ing interesting casting problem with his up upcoming
coming upcoming musical, "Greenwillow."
He needs a goose who can honk
in three-quarter time ... Morris
Levy, boss of the Roundtable and
other jazz projects, has a torrid
new romance Clarice Franch Franch-one,
one, Franch-one, of the cast of "La Plume De

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The USO-JWB 'art

gallery is

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i You, South, hold-
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What do you do? M 2
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U stuff to accept the invitation.
TODAY'S QUESTION
East has opened the bidding
hold. De ad6- You, South!
What do you do?
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mining it to open liquor stores in
subway arcades all over New
York.
Elliot Meyer, president of Na National
tional National Dynamics, will m.Ska m.Ska-Washington
Washington m.Ska-Washington headlines with a $25, $25,-000,000
000,000 $25,-000,000 anti-trust suit against a
big battery manufacturing firm...
The gendarmes are getting ready
to raid Broadway novelty snopl
that stock packets of nude phots
and pornographic comic books,
which, they seem just as willing
to sell to children as adults.
A kind of reverse Ssyonsra
trend is taking hold in Las Ve Vegas
gas Vegas since an all-Japanese revue
opened at one of the hotels. Chor Chorines
ines Chorines from all over the atrip, wh
usually go for American types
like the Crosby boys, are flipping
over the good-looking male singer
with the. Oriental troupe...River troupe...River-side
side troupe...River-side Records will offer a gigan gigantic
tic gigantic Bertrand Russell album pack package
age package for the Christmas market market-featuring
featuring market-featuring the late philospher sum summing
ming summing up his theories on a wide
variety of subjects. But don't
think you'll just have to give
penny for Mr. Russell's thoueht
the 7-disc edition will sell for
$50.
Piper Laurie's best friends will
bet you her favorite beau is Alan
Grant, a photographer ..Hugh O O-Brian
Brian O-Brian is startling customers on

nis personal appearances aro-in't
the country. Many fans have ben
shocked by his choice of stories
to tell small fry audiences. Peo

ple in Minneapolis were particul particularly
arly particularly offended.

FIRE FATAL RECORDED
CHICAGO (UPI) A 14-year-old
boy last night became the
95th victim of last December's
fire at Our Lady of the Angels
School. William Eddington, an
eighth-gradfc pupil, "had been the
la st, one still hospitalized as a re result
sult result of the blaze which flashed
through the grammar school
minutes before classes were to be
dismissed. The fire's dear toll
now stands at 92 children and 3
nuns.

&rf Whl SaiS...

A high school teacher casually
mentioned something about over over-privileged
privileged over-privileged teen-agers. When I ask asked
ed asked her what she mearit by the
term, she cited a few examples
from observing students at her
own public high school"

According to this teacher art
overprivilegcd teen-ager is one

who
Expects and gets not only
driver's license the year he

old enough to drivel but a car of
bis, own as, well. .J
" Charge! "an ofcliid ctonsage r'fb
his ,dad whenever the' teen-ager
takes a girls to a formal dance.
Expects a pat on the head
from mother and dad for mak making
ing making a mere passing grade.
Tells her mother she would ra

ther stay home from a dance
tfian wear the same party dress
twice with the same. Crowd and
gets her mother's "sympathy, and
a new dress.
Expects her mother to get the
car out and drive her distances
she could walk in five minutes be because
cause because she doesn't want to be seen
walking.

Alan Jay Lerner and Frit
Loewe, who have made a fortune
with "My Fair Lady" here and
abroad, are picking up extra
change from night clubs, hotels
and performers who use material
from "My Fair Lady" without
the renuired permission. They
just collected $500 from the Cafe
Saxony, plus costs and attorneys'
fees, because the night spot al allowed
lowed allowed oerformers to do "I Could
Have Danced All Night" and "On
the Street Where You Live.!'

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Volunteers her mother's services
as hostess, chauffeur, cookie
maker, or whatever, without first

checking to see If it is conve

nient for the mother or even con

sidering that it might be a job

she could do herself.
Has a mother who lets him

sleep until noon during summer
vacations because he stays out
late every night and "needs his
rest."
i "And," claims this teacher,
"these ovcrprivileged teen-agers
are far more numerous than you
might think. Often it takes two pa parents
rents parents working to keep them
from feeling underprivileged."
:
SIDEWALK DRIVE IN
DUNDAS, Ont. (UPI) Resi Residents
dents Residents of Ogtlvie St. complained
today about a new kind of
drhft-in theater. James Heffer Heffer-man
man Heffer-man and Mrs. Ed Sund told police
that motorists pull up to parking
meters located only 30 inches from
their houses, put in the right coins,
then sit and watch television
through their living room windows.
They want the parking meters removed.

Norma'n Hartnell, dressmaker
to Queen Elizabeth, has just re re-turned
turned re-turned from Spain 'ere he was
enormously impressed not onl?
by the couture but the elegant
bearing of the Spanish girls. His
admiring ouote: "Their walk is

a notable feature head held high,
and more fashionable."

n, Gilbert Becaud, currently being
divorced from his wife, is exceed exceeded
ed exceeded to marry Mireille CanellL, a
beautiful Paris mannequin, as
sdon as it's legally possible ..Disc
jockeys spin mostly rock V roll
records but aoparently if left to
their own choices they prefer"
singers like Jeri Southern. In just
one week,- 40 platter spinners
dropped irf at the Den in th
Diiane to catch her act.

One Form Of Lockiaw
Can Be Confroled 1
AM A Maoazinci' Jays

CHICAGO, (UPI) -An American
Medical Association publication
said today that lockjaw still
was prevalent In certain areas of

he nation but the use of a tran-

ouilizing drug seems Mo give ef effective
fective effective control from at least one

form of lockjaw snasm.
Dr. Meyer A. Perlstein. Chics Chics-co,
co, Chics-co, writing in C- e Journal of tha
American Medical Association,
said that Menrobamate, common
lv known as Miltown. appears tf
fective when eiven intramus.ru!?!--lv
in controlling tetanus, or lock,
iaw. spasms created by the volun
tary muscles.
At the same time, however,
Perlstein said, the drug seems (O
have no effect on spasms created
by the involuntary muscles.
"In spite of the widespread us
of. tetanus toxoid in Immunirifig
infants and Army personnel, the
disease is still prevalent in cer certain
tain certain areas of the United States.'1
Perlstein ssld. "The rllseas Is ex
tremely common in India. Africa,
'he West Indies 'and South Amer.
lea."

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Pressure On In Washington
For Resumption Of A-Tests

AMADOR SERGEANT COMMENDED Sfc. Harry

Certificate of Achievement from Lt. Col. Alfred E

Walter H. Saski looks on. Beckwith was honored

June 1 to Aug. 6 when, in addition to his norm
served as c lief clerk for the section's enlisted pe

the award mentioned that he assumed many add

displayed sound judgmept and professional com
tinued to attend off-duty classes to work towar

' M. Beckwith Jr., receives a VS. Army Caribbean

Bonniwctl, deputy adjutant general, as (TWO
for meritorious achievement during the period

al duties in the Adjutant General's Section, he
rsonnel actions branch. A citation accompanying

itlonal responsibilities and in executing them

petence. Despite the added duties, Beckwith con con-ds
ds con-ds a college degree. (US Army Pbii)

Accident Prevention Concerns Bobbies
More That Handing Out Traffic Tickets

Editor's Not.-,yVith traffic
iaftty becoming an increasingly
worriiom probtom to Uw n n-foretmnt
foretmnt n-foretmnt agneii around tho
world including Panama, tho
Now York Tlmo roeontiy pub pub-I
I pub-I i shed mo following article how
British police rate accident pre prevention
vention prevention at more important part
of their job than handing out
traffic tickets.
In polie circles tnrou h o u t
the United States, and espe especially
cially especially in the populated East,
there is much continuing
these days over the continuing
rise in the number of triffic
accidents and of deaths caused
by automobiles.
What is so disturbing to offi officials
cials officials in state capitals and state
police superin tendencies is the ap apparent
parent apparent failure of widely publiciz publicized
ed publicized "crack-down" campaigns a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst "Motorists to halt the up upward
ward upward trend of accidents.
It might be considered logical
, that if there Is merit in s t r let

enforcement, revocation of li licenses
censes licenses for a speeding offense,
widespread use of unmarked
cars and radar speed traps, men
these widespread p r a c 1 1 c es
should reduce tho number of
accidents and fatalities.
The bristling of enforcement of officials
ficials officials at the motorist seemingly
has not achieved the desired re results.
sults. results. This is ail the more interest interesting
ing interesting in the light of an intensi intensification
fication intensification of such crackdowns,
and the use of additional un unmarked
marked unmarked cars with which to play
cat-and-mouse with motorists.
The official statement of policy
from me London police depart department
ment department offers a surprisingly calm
and judicious view upon the police-motorist
relationship one
that is seldom seen on this side
Of the Atlantic Ocean either as
a high-level policy or in actual
practice at the beat and patrol
level.

Capital Airlines Hopes New Univac
Will Solve Reservations Confusion

WASHINGTON (UPD-Capital
Air Lins announced today it is
doingsomething for:
1. The husband who wanting to
meet hiswife arriving on a plane,
calls the irlipe to find out if the
flight Is iok tiraei told that it
is, and then arrives at the air airport
port airport to discover the plane is two
hours late.
2. The passenger who reserves
space on a flight and shows up
only to learn that the airline has
sold 51 seats on a 50-passenger
plane.
Capital's answer to these fre frequently
quently frequently -cited complaints is a
mammoth electronic reservations reservations-flight
flight reservations-flight information system de developed
veloped developed by Remington Rand. It
utilizes the famous electronic
brain- known as Univac.
Capital is" not the first airline
to utilizean electronic reservation
system, but savs it is the first 'o

Install one that serves all major

cities on its routes.
A giant Univac computer is in installed
stalled installed in Canital's Washington

headquarters. Every time a ticket

Allamira Issues
Invitations For
Anniversary Dance

Invitations were being issued on
both sides of the Isthmus since
Wednesday for the seventh anni anniversary
versary anniversary celebration of Club Alta Alta-nnra
nnra Alta-nnra at Hotel El Panama Hilton.
This will be the second time that
the club observes its anniversary
at the hotel.
Apart iroin the annual thanks thanksgiving
giving thanksgiving service and the dance, a
feature of the seventh anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary observance will be a "Pre "Pre-Halloween
Halloween "Pre-Halloween Gratification Dance" to
be held at the Casino Vina del
Mar on Oct. 3 in honor of the
hundreds of supporters who made
possible awarding of scholarships
to. needy and deserving students
nf Panama, Colon and the Canal
rone. Each person attending the
uc at the hotel will be given
given a special card for free
admission to the pre Halloween
dance.

Tickets 'are $1.50 for men and I

50 cents for women. The dance is
slated to begin ftt S p.m. and end
at 4 a.m.
Accompanying each invitation
are' delails of the spocial arrange arrangements
ments arrangements made by the cluh with the
management of the' hotel for the
en'ertainment of its guests.
Many businessmen .have signi signified
fied signified their intention to contribute
prizes for the anniversary dance.

is sold for one of the line's 750
daily flights, the transaction is

falshed to the computer and duly

recorded. Every time a pilot
sends his estimated time of ar

rival at the next destination, his

report is filed into thecomputer.
Information is fee" to the com

puter from 175 sedning and re

ceiving devices called "agent
sets. "On reservations, the sys system
tem system works this way:

A passenger in Chicago asks if
soace is available .on flight 16 to

wasnington Sept. 10. The reser reservations
vations reservations clerk projects a 35 mim mim-meter
meter mim-meter slide on his aeent set which

includes all flight to Washington.

ine clerk pushed, varous buttons

requesting the information. Over

l.aoo miles of wires the query is

nasnea to ine univac computer in

KvaMnnmon. ine answer comes

nack in about three seconds, In
the form of lights on the agent
set.

In effect. Univac is storing the

exact daily status of Capital's

o.yt,vw avaname seats. It does the
same thingwitb the status of each

mgnt as it moves from city to
city so that when a husband
phones to ask if Flight 15 will be

on time, he gets an up-to-da'e

answer in inree seconds.

Jt cests the airline about S50.

in ji. t

000

ine equipment from Remuigton-

,'ne rest lor the com

...u...uiioniines mat connect 12

quarters Washington head

WASHINGTON (UPI) Officials

said today pressure wai building
up within the government
for a resumption of nuclea weap

ons lesis uiuj iaii.

The administration is wrestling
wiih the problem now.
The government leaders who
think high altitude and small
weapons tests should be started
again are convinced that Russia
is planning to resume its atomic
tests also.
They hold this feeling despite a

statement this week by Soviet

Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev
that Russia will not begin a new
round of tests.
Last Oct. 31, the United States
and Britain suspended nuclear
tests for one year and called on

Russia to join them. The Russians

conducted some tests within a
few days but have done no detect detectable
able detectable testing since.

Administration officials anxious

to resume tests are urgint that

new experiments be started short

ly after the 12-month period is up

even if the Soviets don't start

testing weapons themselves.

This pressure comes from the
Atomic Energy Commission
(AEO.the Defense Department,
the Coast and Geodetic Survey
and some scientists who have
been working on weapons pro projects.
jects. projects. Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D-

N. M.), chairman of the joint

Committee on Atomic Energy, pre predicted
dicted predicted that tests would be re resumed
sumed resumed after the year is up.
The State Department is hold holding
ing holding out against the resumption
while the Geneva talks by the

three atomic powers on how to

policy a test ban are continuing.
The State Department has
pretty much been calling the shots
since last year when President

Eisenhower proposed the one-year

suspension. At that time, the AEC
and many Pentagon officials pri privately
vately privately opposed stopping tests.
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc Mc-Elroy
Elroy Mc-Elroy told a news conference last
week that the Pentagon was ready
to urge aresumption of tests un unless
less unless there was an unexpected
agreement at Geneva on a per permanent
manent permanent ban.

American police officials and

motorists, too, may be pleased
to note that the London: police

find their primary purpose is

to prevent accidents, and sec
ondly, to assist the free curcu
lation of traffic.

Not until third place do they

list what is so often given top
priority in this country, "Enforce "Enforcement
ment "Enforcement of the traffic law."
The official, statement follows:
"The Commissioner of Police
of the Metropolis has been con considering
sidering considering how best the Metro

politan Police can assist in the

'Be a Better Driver Campaign.'

He points out that the advent
of more cars on the roads

every year, the heavy congres

tion and resulting delays, all

'aggravate and try the temper

of the motorist: and that it is
not surprising that the standard

of driving is not as high as it

should be.
"And impatient and selfish at at-tltude
tltude at-tltude induced by these frustra frustrations
tions frustrations and delays not infrequently
tempts a driver to overstep
tno regulations which have been
framed for his protection and
for tht safety of others.

By doing so he brings himself

into conflict with police at a time
when he is in no mood to appre

ciate what the police ara trying

to do.

"If full co-operation is to exist

between the public and the po

lice, any factors tending to in:

flame a sense of hostility a
gainst the police must be remov
ed.
To this end the Commissioner
has issued orders to all police to
intensify their efforts to improve
road manners and raise the
standard of driving by giving,
wherever possible, friendly yet
firm advice to tne driver who is

seen to beinexperie need,
traughfless or inconsiderate.
"In addition he has reminded
motor patrols that the original
aims of that branch of the
force set up twenty-five years
ago were, and still are, to:
(1) Prevent accidents;
(2) Assist the free c i r e u 1 a a-tion
tion a-tion of traffic;
(3) Enforce the Traffic Law,
Law, in that order.
"They are also being in instructed
structed instructed to show themselves
consipicuously at all times and
by their very presence to con concentrate
centrate concentrate on the prevention of.
accidents and assist in the free
circulation of traffic.
"In reiterating the basic
principles under which motor
patrols should operate, the Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner emphasizes that po police
lice police will take stern measures
against drivers who negligently
or deliberately take liberties
and so place the lives of other
road users in jeopardy."

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CRANHAM, England, (UPI) -The
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trip to the war-torn North African

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was announced today De Gaul Gaulle's
le's Gaulle's office said he would begin
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TO FAMAMA AMtMCiN All OfDIPINDDT DAHT KIWIPAPH
MIDAT, AUGUST 14, 1181

f Social and Otli

erwiAe
Conlinutd

jtubber Plantation Teur
Planned Fr Nwemrs Club
Plans for a trip to the Cook
nihhpr nlnntition on in island

viduals should provide their own
lumh
Other buiint'is at the board

meeting concerned preparations

in GaJun Lak, were announced for the October lni t a 1 1 1 t'o n
t the August meeting of board-luncheon. .New members accepted
members of th Newcomers Club. are Mrs A. I Kelley of Fort
The meeting was held at the Oul:ck. Mr Walter Fedak of
home of Mr Earl Van Bukirk Coco Solo and Mrs. Erin Jones of
in Coco Solo. 'Ton ""I"
The tour will be made next Board members amending were
Thursday Member and suests Mrs. Roy IJndquis:. Mrs. Robert
will board a boat at the C.'un Wilcox. Mrs. George Hennin,
qn !, (!., ;,i -'ii -i. Mrs. Philip Judson. Mrs Ted
fortable attue, suca as pedal Brown. Mrs. W. R. Whitsell, Mrs.
S....hr. it siimrsk'. iflu.- V:m Bu.-ku. Mrs Donald Kloe,

fu Mr. Thm5. r.n, inrf Trc

Denn:i Boniface.

RR Wrecking Crew
Ends Explosion
Danner At Friedand

FRIESLAND, Wis. (UPI) A

railroad wrecking crew succeed

ed last night in opening the f-

iv valve of a derailed railroad

UNITARIAN
Ancon
This coming Sunday at the Uni Unitarian
tarian Unitarian Church in Ancon, Miss Mo
linda Marshall will conduct the

morning services Mdi ii. s ,ank car wnicn threatened to

a.m. Her topic win oe ,,,mv up the villige of Friesland
gy and Religion. 'with leaking propane gas.

A coliee hour wn. for 21 hours, the tank car had
wrvioes Baby-sittinB care will he a de the wreck
furnished throughout the mornin. uildingi sending a sttady

stream of the explosive gas

'. through this village of 450.

I The tank car was a potential

The anniversary of C h r 1 s t blockbuster bomb. Surrounded by
Church branch of the Woman's tanks containing a total of 300, 300,-Auxiliary
Auxiliary 300,-Auxiliary will be observed Sun-, 000 gallons of propane and gaso gaso-day
day gaso-day beginning with corporate i line, thP slightest spark could
rnmmunion at the 6 a.m. celebra- have touched off an explosion

CHRIST CHURCH
Colon

tion of the Eucharist.
The celebrant will be the Rev
John Spear, who will also be cele
brant and preacher at the 9 o'
clock choral Eucharist.

which could have levelled this vil

lage.

A Chicago and North Western

road crew of 12 men, operating
a heavv crane mounted on the

nthnr organizations will join tracks, became the heroes of

ii.ith thp women of the parish in Friesland

attending a special service at 3 J Failing to get the tank car back

n'rlock in the afternoon, the

preacher for the occasion will be
the Rev. Allen M. Stuhl, present
priest-in-charge of the Episcopal
churches at Rainbow City and
Margarita.
Solemn Evensong and sermon
at 7:30' p.m. will be the closing
service for the day, which will a-

ain be conducted by the Rev.

fr'.'

Spear.

onto the tracks, they tipped it

ginerlv onto its side.

For the first time since the e'e e'e-r.iil
r.iil e'e-r.iil merit at !) o'clock Wednesday
night, the safely valve of the car
was freed. Within moments, hoses
were attacked and the propane
was flowing safetv into the stor storage
age storage tanks of the Du-Al Co., which
had been scheduled to get the
shipment.

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Presentation of Second Door Priie by Arturo Illueca, Public Relations Manager of the National
Brewery, Panama, to Mr. Saul Jacobs, General Manager of the "UNIVERSAL" Pictures Inc.
Thli act took place after the JAZZ FESTIVAL, on Thursday, August 6th, 1959 at the JWB JWB-USO
USO JWB-USO Club, Balboa, Canal Zone which was spon sored by the National Electric Center, at 31, Na National
tional National Avenue, Panama. Advt.

Camera carrying Thor Ballistic Missile
Soars towards Antigua in Nose Cone Test
CAPE CANAVERAL, Aug. 14 (UPI) The Air Force launched another camera-carryinf Thor
ballistic missile today to obtain more filmed evidence of how the weapon's nose cons behaves dur-
The1 16 mm. movie camera peeked throurh a data capsule rigged to fall free of the nose
cone near the end of a 1500-mile hop. v .
Ships and planes waited at the target area, near Antigua island in the West Indies, to pluck
the capsule and its valuable cargo from the ocean.
In a wartime firing, a hydrogen warhead would carry the space used by the camera and the
capsule.

Ike Halls Golf Game
To Greet Youngsters
GETTYSBURG, ?, (UPI) -Vacationing
Prsiident .liMohowsr
interrupted his golf tm today
to give k pair of much younger
vacationers a big hello.
Eisenhower paused after playing
nine holes at the Gettysburg
Country Club to greet two St.
Louis youngsters, Forrest Dwyer,
S, and his brother, Keith, S.
Before teeing off on the 10th
hole, the President spotted the
boys who bad come to tht golf
course with their parents, Mr.
ind Mrs. John E. Dwyer, In the
hope of seeing him.
Eisenhower doffed his cap, bent
down to shake hands with esch
and greeted them with a hearty:
"Hello, young fellow." Mrs.
Dwyer snapped the picture.-
The President arrives at the
club shortly after I a.m. for a
foursome comprised of himself,
W. Alton Jones and William E.
Robinson, both business execu executives,
tives, executives, and Dick Slelchtef, golf
club pro.
The President played 1( holes
Wednesday afternoon with Robin Robinson
son Robinson Jones and retired Brig. Gen.
Arthur Nevins, a neighbor who
manages his farm.
Nicaraguan Army
Personnel Training
At Gorgas Hospifal
Six members of the Nicaraguan
Army are at present undergoing

on-the-job training at Gorges

Hospital. Their visit was srrang-

ir L -:nri w. Raymond
II, chief of the Military Assis-

The camera was

sent up in a Thor nose cone.
In previous camera nights on
May 12 and July 24, film show showing
ing showing separation of the cone from
the body of the Thor was recovered.

he third The' single engine of the stub

by, white Thor ignited ;t o:&
a.m. minutes after tne sun
climbed over the horizon, and
the missile began an unfalter unfaltering
ing unfaltering climb. A long, let-like va

por trial marked its path across

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the sky.
The war rocket could be
seen for several seconds after
its engine quit. This appar apparently
ently apparently was because the morn morning
ing morning sun struck the missile on
its underside, prolonging the

how for beach "birdwatch "birdwatchers."
ers." "birdwatchers." The key to the success of a

camera flight is a nose cone
stabilization system which pre prevents
vents prevents the cone from tumbling.
Details of this system consider considered
ed considered to be a vital step in mis missile
sile missile development, are secret.

A bis Discoverer moon, jam

med With the basic equipment

necessary to return to the first

u.s. astronaut;- saiejy irom an

18,000 mpti satellite, was suc

cessfully blasted Into orbit

from Vandenpurg, Air Force

Base, Calif.

Discoverer V, second stage of
a 54-ton. Thor-boosted rock rocket,
et, rocket, carried no life. But its
nose cone contained a 300 300-pound
pound 300-pound capsule which the Air
Force hoped to brine; back to
scientists in the world's first
successful recovery of an ob object
ject object from orbit.

Air Force men were jubilant

over placing of the 13-foot

long, 1700-pound moon into a

polar orbit following two re
cent failures.

The Disoverer satellites are

intended primarily to develop

equipment and technique for

returning objects and animals

tance Advisorv r.ronn in Nicara

gua, through the cooperation of
th hospital and the Canal Zone
government.

The viitnr oil tu.

Guardia Nacional Hospital In Ma Ma-nagua,
nagua, Ma-nagua, arrived at Gorgas July
20 for approximately 90 days of
specialized work. Their

is sponsored by the Military As-

ince rrogram.
CaDt. Silvio V. Miron. T I.

receiving trammir in th v.

ear, nose and throat clinic.'

inree female nurses, 2nd Lis.

uaurei tassis R., Vilma A. Cana Cana-les
les Cana-les H. and Lila M. VilL

are preparing for work as ope operating
rating operating room nurse, medical la laboratory
boratory laboratory nurse and X-ray tech technician
nician technician respectively.
Sgt, Antonio Palavifcine 's
working with special diets, while
Pvt. Trinidad Perez B. receives
training as a general ward worker.

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SSGT, DAL I M. HILL, (right) Air Force personnel technician
assigned to the unified Caribbean Command at Quarry Heights,
receives a Letter of Commendation from Col. David B. Stone,
assistsnt chief of staff for personnel and administration, for out
standing performance of doty aince November 18SC. The letter, in
which Hill was commended for his conscientious performance of
all tasks and keen understanding of the many complex problems
of a unified command, wsl presented at a brief office ceremony
in the Adjutant General's office. Hill is leaving soon for a new
assignment at Keesler AFB, Mississippi. His wife, and children,
Sheila, 7; Dale, S; Colleen, 4j and Christy, l, will accompany him
to his new base. : (US Army Photo)

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from orbit, with the ability to
reach orbit taken for granted.

step in tne experiment
recovery from a moon streak streaking
ing streaking around the world' every
90-odd minutes is scheduled
for later this afternoon off

Hawaii. If triggering and tint
ing mechanisms work right,
the capsule should be ejected
on its 17th pass around the
earth.
The 17th pafcg due 26 to 27
hours later after launch wa3
chosen so the satellite would be
in position to eject its package
into the 50 by 200-mile recovery
area 700 miles southwest of
Hawaii.
In announcing the satellite
achieved an orbit, the Air
Force said:
"Preliminary data obtained
during the launch and from
Alaskan tracking stations in indicates
dicates indicates the satellite is in a
north-south orbit with an
apogee (furtherest noint. from

earth) of approximately 450
statute miles and a perigee
(point of closest approach) of
about 138 statute miles.
"The satellite circles the earth
about every 94 minutes. Radio
signals from the satelllta are
loud and strong."

Qlrl Scouts at the International Bounduy, held in Colorado,

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of soups, meals, fish
and tomato juice.

There probably one tGW
Caimi in miul Amariian famlllPQ.

But at the July Scout Roundup

at Colorado springs, mere were
8,500 of them. And they al liked
chicken.
Fried chicken with "souper"
gravy was a favorite style.
Souper Gravy with Fried Chicken
(very smooth eating)
(makes about 3 cups gravy
Remove chicken from pan; pour
off and measure drippings. Pour
2 cans (10 1-2 ounces each)
cream of chicken soup into pan.
Stir well to loosen browned bits.
Blend in 1-2 cup of water and 4
to S tablespoons drippings. Heat,
stirring often.
CMck-N-Que Chicken
Wssh and dry 9 chicken halves.
Sprinkle each chicken half with
a half-teaspoon of monosodium
glutamate. Brush with corn oil.
Place op the grill, skin side up,
over medium not coals. Cook,
turning once .or twice it will
take 20 to 30 minutes to brown on
both sides. Have squarer of a a-luminum
luminum a-luminum foil ready and place
broiler half in center of each

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squaje, Add 2 tablespoons' Chfck-N-Que
Sauce to each; close foil
by bringing ends together up
over chicken and twisting. The
foil does not need to be closed
air tight.
Place chicken "pokes" on the
grill and let them continue cook cooking
ing cooking for about 30 n-iutes.
Chick-N-Qu Sauce
Combine 1-2 cup corn oil, 8-4
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Dasher To Make
Annual Staff Visit
Next Week
The annual staff vicir h

U.S. Army Caribbean command

os general to Nicaragua and
Guatemala is scheduled for next
week. Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dash Dash-er
er Dash-er and a group of staff of officers
ficers officers will inspect U.S. Army
Mission activities in the field
and observe installations and fa facilities
cilities facilities of the host governments.
The party is to leave Monday
by military aircraft for Mana Managua
gua Managua and fly to G I lemala City
on Wednesday. The group will
return to the Canal Zone on
Sunday, Aug. 23.
Making the trip with Dasher
n1. brn.ColD KKdward M Blight.
G l; Col. Robert H. Rhine, G-2-U.
Col. M. F. Moucha, executive

"lt"-cl Ul le u-3 section; Col.
George C. Cassaday, G-4; Col.
Homan A Leech, command sur-
in: CoL LaminS- '""nee
officer, and Capt. John A. Het Hettinger,
tinger, Hettinger, aid to Dasher.
US Army Reservists
To Fire Artillery
During Active Duly
DurUif the next week," troope
of U. S. Army Caribbean will psr psr-ticipate
ticipate psr-ticipate in weapons activity at
various ranges and training a a-reas,
reas, a-reas, T h r o u t h o u t the week there
will be firing,, on a 24-hour-a-

ajy nasis it Km Hatn. Elements

20th

Armv

rigles,

of the Is! Battle Group,

jnimr, Wiii d taking

mortars, carhinei rnrirot launch

ers, smoke and nana grenades
and simulated bombs. The max maximum
imum maximum alfitudp will be 13,500 feet
and the maximum horizontal
range 7400 yards.
Record fir'ni; with the .45 ca caliber
liber caliber automatic pistol is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled r the Fort Jlnvis Snnll Arms
Range on Sunday, Monday,
TiiP'f'ay and Wednesday between
7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Maximum al altitude
titude altitude is 2000 feet md the hori hori-sontal
sontal hori-sontal range is 1650 yards.
f'n Monday the Pin-i Field
firing range will be utllined be be-hvepii
hvepii be-hvepii a. iv. and 4 p.m. Fami Familiarization
liarization Familiarization fifing with machine
inns anr! rocke' launchers will
be underway, with a maximum
altitude of 16,500 feet and a ho horizontal
rizontal horizontal range of 4200 yards.



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Senafe Banking Committe
Approves few Housing Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI-' Tk.e
Senate Banking Committee
day approved a U000;!
"second try" housing bul that
was cheaper than the measure
vetoed by President Eisenhower
but still carried some provisions
beThrPbilie was rushed through the
committee after, the Senate re re-f
f re-f used by nine votts to
verrid Elsenhower's veto of the
original IUT5.000.000 housing
package.
The new bill would cost 525 525-jnillion
jnillion 525-jnillion dollara less than the ve-
r oi drafted last

week-by the Senate Housing sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee tBd the fuU committee
made only one major concess on
to ihe President in seding it to the

tt eliminated what the adminls
tra ion called "back door" ftnan

iinal appropriations instead' of
un-n....;nff ap thi SO mil

Treasury uwivwun vt ... c
' lion dollaf college cUssroom and
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laboratory wu if"".'.i.t
But the President is against ex
tending the Federal J" P'
i. ti.., toarhina f aclll

ties. At present only college hous housing
ing housing comes unde.- the federal pro

gram.

The measure also still carries

authorization for new puoiic nous nous-i
i nous-i ,.,uinh ir.iGnhnwr has called

unneeded. However, only 37,000

new federally subsumed unit
would be authorized by the bill,

Near-Starved Hermit
Found A! Roadside
By Michigan Police
PONTIAC, Mich. (UPI)--A man
who spent three months ia a wil wilderness
derness wilderness in the midst of civilisa civilisation,
tion, civilisation, ws recovering at a hosnital
today while authorities tried to
puizle out his long mental 'soliloquy."

Bernard J. Blechars, 32, of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, wai found by police at the
edge of heavily traveled Wood Woodward
ward Woodward Avenue in Bloomfield Hills.
He was in a state of collapse
from severe malnutrition.
He still wore the clothes he
wore when he disappeared May
S. They were filthy and hung from
his frame like a,scar row's. He
had weighed 175 pounds when he
dropped from sight. He weihed
80 pounds when found. His body
was caked with dirt so heavily
that ho nr1 cvHpnce

sect bites. The insects woman t
touch him.
His hair and s heavy growth
of heard were matted.
Blechars told police he had
gone into the woods to try to
"think things out." His wife had
divorced him, he was behind in
his aUmony niyments and he
thought the police were after him.
He built crude lean-to against
gome pinei in the woods. Civiliza Civilization
tion Civilization was less than half a mile
from his wilderness home In
whatever dlrtfon he wlVd. He
lived on berries and apples grow-
on wild tree in the woods.
drank water, from a stagnant
creek.
At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital,
doctors were amazed that Ble Blechars
chars Blechars suffered no other Illness
than malnutrition.

Mrs. Sue Clark, grandmother of

Blechars' former wife said ne
nnd spent 22 months on a small

Pacific Island with only two other

brines during World War n and
she thought it may have affected
him,

SBA SETS RECQRD
WASHINGTON (UPI) A rec record
ord record 5,582 loans totaling $267,042, $267,042,-000
000 $267,042,-000 were made to small business
firms by the government during
the fiscal year ended June 30, the
Small Business Administration an announced
nounced announced today.

German Coastal Ship
AARHUS, Denmark (UPI) -A
German coastal vessel collided to today
day today with a Soviet destroyer which
apparently was shadowing a large
scale NATO navy maneuver, al al-lief,
lief, al-lief, naval sources said.
The collisiion in dens fog off
The collision in dense fog off
was first reported in an enigmatic
SOS from the 259-ton German mo motor
tor motor vessel Christef 'which said it
had h t "a Soviet warship" 30
miles east of Kiel.
The Christel was holed but did
not sink. The Russian destroyer

was seen heading north with two
other warships, apparently un undamaged.
damaged. undamaged. It made no effort to aid

the Christel but two German tugs
quickly resched the stricken ves vessel.
sel. vessel. Allied naval sources here said

it was believed the Soviet warship

vas one of three Russian de destroyers
stroyers destroyers which "as usual" had
been showing "keen interest" in s

naval maneuver involving about

60 NATO warships. K'el is tne
West German port leading to the
Baltic.
A Danish Naval command

aookesman said it was known that
three Soviet destroyers were in
the area ,of the Baltic Sea where
the collision took dace.

Brit'sh Vice .Adm. Sir srthur
Pedder, commander in -chief of
Allied naval forces in Norfhern

Fnrnne. has established his head

quarters here to command the big
maneuver,
The armada of British, Danish,
Nnrwscian and West German war

ships has been maneuvering in the
western Baltic and the strategic
straits between the Baltic and the
North seas.

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'SUDS IN YOTJR EYE' Teenage thespians, sons and daughters of Army and Navy personnel at Fort Amador, are pictured In a
scene from the comedy "Suds in Your Eye," which will have its final performance at 8 this evening iji the Amador Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters Building 33. The production, directed by Mrs. Priscllla Reade, is the climaxing event of thp summer recreation program at
Amador. Pictured from left are Judy Schlatter, Marlt Gibbons, Sherl Ooeser (seated), Ruth Larsen, Terry Moore and Debbie Bathke.

compsred with up to 190,000 units

In the first measure.

It contained authorization for

650-million dollars worth of urban

renewal grants, with loo-miuion
dollars earmarked for cities of

less than 100,000 population. The
measure retained a "first-corns,

first-served" provision opposed by
Eisenhower, but would give the
housing administrator authority to

consider "urgency of need and

feasibility" on applications.

In addition, the committee kept

in thp bill a 50-million dollars di

rect loan program for construc construction
tion construction of housing for the elderly; a
$250,000,000 loan authorization for

college housing; and the so-called
"back door" type of financing for

the college housing and urban re

newal grsnt programs.

All these are soecifically op

posed, either in principle or in

size. by. thP President.

The committee eliminated $250,-

000 for city olannine scholarships

and fellowships which had been
carried in the 'ori"'n! bill; It also
cut new federal housing adminis administration
tration administration (FHA home improvement
and mortgage insurance authori authorization
zation authorization to one vear. exmrine Oct.
1, 1960. The original bill contained
a 'wo-ye,r extension.
The new authorizations would
10 WUion dolltrs. half of wWR
would be used to cover FHA
oledes g'ven sinre Us last au authorization
thorization authorization ran out. The two-year

authorization would have totaled

12-billion dollars.

ine rresif-n' nm news
conference at Gettysburg, Pa.,
Wednesday that he still oDnosed
the college classroom provision,
as well as the publlp hons'ne sec

tion. A spokesman said Thursday

Kisenhowr was "ouite nleased"
that the Senate upheld his veto of

me original bill.

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Space May be Place to Look
For 'Anti-Matter' Particles

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Fed

eral Space Agency is considering
a proposal to look in space for
some answers to the scientific
riddle of "anti-matter," it was

learned today.

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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN WDEKHDEHT DATIT NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, JM-
ane Strikes It
Inflians GM Pays Red Sox
Ojily $20,000 For Lefty
Who Wins First For Tribe
Editor; CONRAOO SARCEANI

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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 14 (UPD Frank Lane may
have struck it lucky again in obtaining Jack Harsh-

miti for a mere $20,000.
That' the amount the Cleveland
general manager paid the Red Sox
to acquire the 32-year-old left lefthander
hander lefthander who came through last
night in his first start to go the dis distance
tance distance in the Indians' 7-5 victory
ever the Kansas City Athletics.
The win enabled the second-place
Indiana to remain 2V4 lengths be behind
hind behind the Chicago White Sox who
clobbered the Detroit Tigers 9-0
for the 265th win of Early Wynn
major leagV career. And it put
First Putt Putt
Tourney Begins
Monday Night
The first anual Putt Putt
Tournament will Hart on Mon Monday
day Monday night at 7.30 o'clock at the
course on the El Panama Hilton
,;th m nartieipants.
the bulletin board at Putt Putt
listi the parings for the match
play ai well as the number of
eaoh match. A player must put
Ant next to his name before
7-30 p.m. on Monday night to in indicate
dicate indicate that he is present, as any anyone
one anyone not appearing on time is
uomatkaUy dut of the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. There is no charge for
play for the participants in the
tournament.
Matches will consist of 18-hole
play. Winners of the first match
will then play another 18 holes
for eliminations.
Finals will start at 8 p.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night and matches will
continue until there is one win winner.
ner. winner. Th ivViamninn of the first an
imal Putt Putt Tournament, willl
be 'sent, expense!, paia, w jac
.nl,-iiia Florida to comoete in
the rigional Putt Putt tournament
A,,,,t on Four winners will
then go to Fayettleville, North Co-
rolina to play in "ine imirna
ment of Champions.
There will be other prizes for
runners-up, including a transistor
radio from Halman, a trophy
from Lou Glud, prizes from Geo
F Novev and others.
The Putt Putt Tournament of
Champions is a fouriay affair,
headlined bv Miss America's ap
pearance, to preside over the
Putt Putt beanty contest. Ban
quet, balls, and outings are on
the program as well as the
three day competition between
Putt. Putt champions from all
over the United States. Guam,
Hawaii, and it Is hoped from Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Jim Des Londers. manager of
Putjt Putt in Panama, sees no
reason why the Panama cham champion
pion champion should not be one of the
tout winners of the Florida re re-gionals,
gionals, re-gionals, and therefore compete in
Fatetteville.
'1 have seen the U.S. national
champions play, and I can truth truthfully
fully truthfully say that I think some of
our- players here are superior,
due- to the fact that our playing
season here is all year round."
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them 9Mi games ahead of the third-

place New York Yankees who suf
fered a 5 2 loss to tne wasningion
Senators.
Lane was merely trying to
"catch lightning in a bottle" when
he obtained Harshman. The lean
left hander had a 2-9 record, had
not won a game since June 24 and
hadn't pitched a complete game all
season.
AI! fivt Kansas City runs off
Harshman rasultad from homors
by Bob Cerv, Zaka Balla and
Dick Williams but tho loan loft loft-handtr
handtr loft-handtr yiold.d a total of only
iavn hits and walked only on.
The Indians clinched the decision
with a four-run rally in tne eignin
featured bv doubles by Tito Fran Fran-cona,
cona, Fran-cona, Jim Baxes and Woodie Held.
Held also homered and drove in
four runs to lead the Indians' 11 11-hit
hit 11-hit attack.
The White Sox backed Wynn s
three-hit pitching with a 14 hit at attack
tack attack that included homers by Jim
Landis, Bubba Phillips. Earl Tor Tor-geson
geson Tor-geson and Sherman Lollar.
Landis cracked a three-run hom homer
er homer in the first inning before Don
Mossi retired a batter and Phillips
also homered in the first. The vic victory
tory victory raised Wynn's season record
to 16-7.
Harmon Killobrtw hit two dou doublet
blet doublet and a aingla, drovo In two
runs and teorod another at tho
Senators scored their tocono
straight victory over the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. Russ Kemmerer received credit
for his sixth win although he need needed
ed needed help from Turman Clevenger in
the eiehth. Bob Turley suffered
his 10th loss against ejght tri
umphs.
The Los Aneeles Dodgers took
over second place in the National
League by shading the St. Louis
Cardinals, 7-6, the Cincinnati Reds
downed the Milwaukee Braves, 9-8.
and the Chicago Cubs hammered
out a 20-9 victory over the San
Francisco Giants.
The Dodgers piled up an early
7-1 lead for Sandy KOUfaxbut Dan
ny McDevitt was rushed into the
game in the ninth when the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals rallied for five runs to fall
one short of a tie.
Duke Snider had a double and
Carl Furillo a two-run single for
the Dodgers while Ken Boyer.
Gene Oliver and George Crowe
homered for";the Cardinals, the lat latter
ter latter with th "basse filled in the
ninth.
Frank Robinson hit thefir$t
grand slam homer of hit career
and drovo in five runt and Vada
Pinton had throe hitt, including
a homotv to load the Redt' 12 12-hit
hit 12-hit aHaevthat dealt Bob Buhl hit
eighth defeat.
Brooks Lawrence, third Cincin
nati pitcher, retired Ed Mathews
with the bases filled to end Mil
waukee's three-run ninth inning
rally.
Rookie George Alt man drove in
five runs with two homers and a
single and Al Dark hit a grand
slam homer for the Cubs and Wil Willie
lie Willie Kirkland and Jackie Brandt
homered for the Giants in a three three-hour
hour three-hour and 50-minute game that set
a National League record for a
nine-inning contest.
Seven homers, four triples and
four doubles were hit as the teams
collected a total of 81 hits.
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FATAL DECISION New York Yankees manager Casey Stengel holds his hands over his head (left photo) pondering his move
after taking pitcher Art Ditmar (left) off the mound In the 8th inning of the' New York-Washington game Wednesday night.
The catcher is Yogi Berra. Two Washington players were on base when Stengel retired Ditmar and placed Ryne Duren on the
mound, but the move failed to prevent disaster for the Yankees. In the photo at right, Washington's Julio Becquer Is greeted
as he crosses the plate by Hal Naragon (left) and BiUy Consolo (right), the two players he drove in with his home run off
Duren. Washington won, 3-2. (UPI Radlophoto)

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 300 Official at Batt)
National League
G AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Mil. Ill 451 86 166 .368
Cun'ham, St. L. 107 333 44 113 .339
Pinson Cinci. 113 473 96 153 .323
Gilliam, L. A. 103 371 73 119 .321
Temple, Cinci. 113 452 79 144 .319
Cepeda, S. F. Ill 443 74 140 .316
Banks, Chicago 112 426 74 133 .312
Boyer, St. L. 113 423 64 131 .310
White, St. L. Ill 415 59 128 .308
Robinson, Cinci. Ill 413 79 127 .308
American League
Kuenn, Detroit 100 395 69 137 .347
Kaline, Detroit 97 373 66 122 .327
Woodling, Balti. 105 336 50 110 .327
Fox, Chicago 113 464 64 151 .325
Runnels, Boston 109 423 69 135 .319
Mifioso, Cleve. Ill 428 69 130 .304
Power, Cleve. 110 447 85 135 .302
Maris, K. C. 84 319 54 94 .295
Mantle, N. Y. 106 399 73 115 .288
Jensen, Boston 109 394 75 112 .284
Runs Batted In
American League
Colavito, Indians 88
Killebrew, Senators 88
Jensen, Red Sox 83
Malzone, Red Sox 73
Maxwell, Tigers 73
Mifioso, Indians 73
National League
Banks, Cubs 108
Robinsor- .eds 98
Aaron, Braves 92
Bell, Reds 83
Mathews, Braves 79
Home Runs!
American League
Killebrew, Senators 35
Colavito, Indians 34
Allison, Senators 27
Lemon, Senators 26
Jensen, Red Sox 24
National League
Banks, Cubs 34
MathewS, Braves 33
Aaron, Braves 30
Robinson, Reds 26
Cepead, Giants 23
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated on 1 4or More Decitiont)
American League
W L
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, 14 5
. 12 5
16 7
. 11 5
Pet.
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.737
.706
.696
.688
Shaw, White Sox
McLish, Indians
Pappas, Orioles
Wynn, White Sox
Maas, Yankees
National League
Face, Pirates ... 15 0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants . lfi 6 .727
Drysdale, Dodgers ... 15 7 .682
Law, Pirates ... 12 7 .632
Newcombe, Reds ... 10 6 .625
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Coco Solo, Balboa, Gatun
Clean Up First Places In
Canal Zone Archery Shoot

o
Canal Zone Archery Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament was held at Coco Solo on
Wednesday morning with sevei
gyms competing for the eigni
top trophies. Interrupted by rain
during two rounds of shooting
archers were able to score well.
Balboa and Margarita were
the only two gyms with full en entries,
tries, entries, and Coco Solo, Gamhoa,
Gatun, Diablo and Ancon enter entering
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Scott, Coco Solo and Dan Austin,
Gatun taking the top award.
In the Darien division, John San
ders from Gatun finished with
a neat 599 score which was 18
points off the old record and the
onlv archer to score close 10 a
record. Judy Palumbo, Coco Solo
scored a first in this rouoxi wiin
a good 435 score.
In the Inca rour.d, John Cooke,
Balboa and Paula Leftride Coco
Solo walked off with easy victo victories.
ries. victories. The round with the least
competition was the Junior Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia and American rounds with
only two girls shooting in the
Columbia, Joan Doherty, Balboa
won easily with a 358.
In tha Tnnini. Amoriran rnnn1
Balboa's George Camby had an!
essy time with Rudge and Docke-I
ry by scoring a good 445.
The teams shoots were won by
Balboa when the four top boy
archers scored a very high 525
score. The record is S79, so at
several times dnring this shoot
they were close enough to break
this, but several stray arrows
near the end hurt their chances.
Balboa Girls) Scored a 378 to
313 victory over Coco Solo
girls to end a successful tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. FINAL TOURNAMINT RESULTS
t
Junior American
George Camby 445, Balboa

the senior division of the Diablo

Mike Rudge -194, Margarita
Pat Dockery 140, Coco Solo
Junior Columbia
Joan Doherty, 358, Balboa
Pat Egger, 131, Margarita
Boyt Inca
John Cooke 595, Balboa
Rusty Fields, 508, Margarita
George Case, 458, Diablo
Girls Inca
Paulo Leftridge, 357, Coco Solo
Grace Whitney, 300, Balboa
Sandy Eckhoff, 268, Margarita
Boys Team Shoot
Balboa, 525 1
Margarita, 363
Gatun, 315
Boyt Darien
John Sanders, 599, Gatun
Jim Cronan, 561, Margarita
Roark Summerford, 544, Balboa
Girls Darien
Judy Palumbo, 435, Coco Solo
Charlene Alexander, 315, Galun
Christine Bath, 280, Margarita
Boyt San Blat
Dan Austin, 388, Gatun
Harry Whitney, 365, Balboa
Rocky Mason, 347, Margarita
Girlt San Blat
Dale Scott, 247, Coco Solo
Teresa Case, 216, Ancon
Marianne Fields, 208, Margarita
Girls Teem Shoot
Balboa, 378
Colo Solo, 313
Margarita, 212
SARATOGA RECORD SIT
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. -(UPI)
Middle Brother estab established
lished established a new Saratoga track rec record
ord record Wednesday when he raced
a mile and one-eighth course in
1:49 flat to win the $28,650, Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Baruch. Stakes. The time
bettered the old mark by four
fifths of aecond.

to Retain
Day Play

By IRV DRASNIN
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Darlene
Hard, a one-time waitress who
became an expert server on the
tennis courts, drew the No. 1 spot
Thursday on the American team
which- will seek to win back the
Wightman Cup from a youthful
t:x1-l i-I i n 1
Diiusii cum uma uon mis weeK
end.
The stubble-haired blonde "from
Montebello, Calif., was paired by
the draw against Christine Tru
man, top player of the overseas
invaders, in the second singles
match of Saturday's opening
round at1 the Edgeworth Club in
suburban sewlckley.
Play will open with the No.
players, Mrs. Beverly Baker
Fleitz of the U.S. and Angela
Mortimer of Britain, toeing the
nasennes in a singles match.
BRITISH HOPE TO RETAIN
.The third match of the opening
round of the two-day tourney will
pn miss Hard, a 23-year-old Po
mona College student, and Jane
Arth against Miss Truman and
Mrs. Shirley Bloomer Brasher in
doubles.
The British women will he out
to retain the silver trophy which
they won from the U.S. in a 4-3
upset at Wimbledon, England,
last year. The victory was Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's first in the series, initiated
in 1923, since 1930 and only its
fifth in the 30 matches played.
Janet Hopps, who co-captaihs
the U.S. team with Mrs. Margaret
Osborne Dupont, made the draw
Thursday in the traditional cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies in which the competitors'
names are placed on slips in the
two-foot cup and pulled for the
pairings.
MRS. WALTER CONFIDENT
For the final day's piay Sunday
Miss Hard and Miss Mortimer
were paired for the opening sing singles
les singles match and Mrs. Fleitz and
Miss Truman for the second. A
third singles match will bring to together
gether together Sally Moore, Long Beach,
Calif., and Ann Haydon, Britain's
20-year-old left-hander.
Miss Hopps will pair with Miss
Moore against Miss Haydon and
Miss Mortimer in the concluding
doubles match.
Participating in the draw with
Miss Hopps was Mrs. Bea Walter,
captain of the British team. As
she reached for the cup, Mrs
Walter beamed:
"I won't harm it, because we
will be taking if back home with
us."
BASEBALL'S FIRST FAMILY
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI) -Baseball's
leading family were
the Delahantys. Five brothers
Ed, Frank, Jim, Joe and Tom
all played in the major leagues.
Today ENCANTO 25c
At 9:00 p.rh.
"Los Monarcas Del Aire"
On the screen:
"Arrow jn the dust"
"SHADOW of TOMORROW
7:00Todhl 9.00
POPULAR NIGHT I
, $1.10 per CAR!
STEWART GRANGER
Grace KELLY in
"GREEN FIRE"
Saturday ii Sunday!
WEEKEND ATTRACTION!
TAB HUNTER
Gwen VERDON in
"riALJkl VAk.llCCC"

p In TECHNICOLOR t J

National League

TEAMS W L
San Francisco 5 4t
Lot Angelas 43 51
Pet.
S7S
.553
OB
2V4
3
9V
Milwaukee
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philadelphia
el 50 351
55 57 .491
55 58 .487 10
53 60 .469 12
53 63 .457 13Vi
47 65 .420 17Va
Today's Gaines
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
vwcinnau at Philadelphia (Twi-
Yesterday's Results
San Francisco 313 002 0009 12 0
v-mcago .222 402 62x-20 19 1
m, ora- G- Jones, Fisher (2-3)
Miller, Worthington, Byerly Me
Cormick and Schmidt, Lan Lan-dnth.
dnth. Lan-dnth. Ceccarelli, Buzhardt, Donnelly
vi inuwra na a. Taylor.
(Nlsht Game) 1
Milwaukee 000 031 0138 17
Cincinnati 004 410 OOx 9 12 2
cum t-8), Willey, Giggie, Pi
zarro, McMahon and Rio
Brosnan (8-5), Pena, NuxhaU
ana Bailey.
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 023 011 0007 8
St. Louis ooo ion nns s
Koufax (6-2), Craig, McDevitt
and Roseboro.
Miller (1-1), Briges, Duliba and
amiun.
Only games scheduled.
Colts 17-Poinf
Over College
CHICAGO (UPI) The know know-how
how know-how of veterans against rookie
enthusiasm made the National
Football League champion Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Colts a 17 point favorite
today to topple the 1959 Col College
lege College All Stars tonight in the 26th
pro-collegian game.
Coach Weeb Ewbank of the
Colts today named a tentative
starting lineup exactly the same
as the team; he sent onto the
field last' December to whip the
New York Giants for the league
crown in the only, sudden-death
overtime battle in league history.
Thus the Colts will open up with
a backfield of Johnny Unitas at
quarterback, L.G. Dupre and Len-
nie Moore at the halfbacks, and
Alan Ameche at fullback. Unitas
was the league's 5th best passer
last' season, but he was regarded
as the key mover in the Colts'
determined ofense.
Both Dupre and Miore rated
among the fastest halfbacks in
the circuit and Ameche was the
league's second best ground gain gainer.
er. gainer. In addition Ameche was rated
fast for u 217 pound full back.
Both Dupre and Moore weigh 180
pouncs.
The Colts also will have plenty
of bulk in the line with Ewbank
choosing Ray Berry, 190, the
league's best pass catcher last
season, at one end and Jim
Mutscheller, 215. at the other;
Parker. 270, and George Preas,
245, at tackles, Art Sprinney, 230,
and Alex Sandusky, 235, at cen-
ter.
The All Stars won't be outsized
too badly in the initial combat
since Otto -Graham chose linemen
nearly as burly to begin the
scrap. He planned to use Gene
Selawsky of Purdue. 248, and
Fran O'Brien, Michigan State,
235, at tackles. Mike Rabold, In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, 240, and John Wooten, Col Colorado,
orado, Colorado, 230. at guards, and Dan
Jsmes, Ohio State, 250, at center,
't eids he said he woulc" start
Buddy Dial, Rice, 180, and Dave
Sherer, Southern Methodist, 220.
Ghaham will have both passing
and power in his backfield since
he said he would start Lee Gross Gross-rup,
rup, Gross-rup, Utah, the nation's leadine
passer two years ago, at quarter-I'ic'k-,
and Nick Pietrosante. Notre
Dame's 22.1 pound power-runner,
at fullback.
At the halfback spots, he ex-ncr-'e''
to ftart Don Brown, Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, 195, and Dick Haley, 185.
Pittsburgh, both speedsters rie-

BALBOA THEATER
STARTS TOMORROW!

mi n
s V ; I
iVwwiwwy ''? I

American Leajtue

TEAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
New York
Baltimore
Detroit
Kansas City
Boston
Washington
W L Pet. GBT
43 43 .613
7 47 .588
57 56 JOS
So So .500,
55 60 .471;
53 61 .465 17
51 62 .451 18
46 68 .404 2314"
Today's Games
Chicago at Kansas City (N) ":
Cleveland at Detroit (N)
Boston at New York (N)
Washington at Baltimore (Nl"
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 400 110 0309 13 0
Detroit 000 000 0000 3 S
Wynn (16-7) and Lollar.
Mossi (11-6), Narleski, Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and Berberet.
Washington 202 010 0005 8 1
New York 010 000 1002 6' 1
Kemmerer (6-12), Clevenger and
Naragon, Korcheck.
Turley (8-10), Blaylock, Coates,
Terry and Berra, Howard.
(Night Game)
Cleveland 030 000 0407 1' 0
Kansas City 000 200 201 S 3 O:
Harshman (3-9) and Nixon. Nixon.-Tsitouris
Tsitouris Nixon.-Tsitouris (1-2), Grim, Sturdy
vant and Smith.
Only games scheduled.
COOKING AARON'S HOBBY
MILWAUKEE (UPI) Hank'
Aaron, slugging outfielder of the
Milwaukee Brave's, lists cooking
as his favorite hobby.
Favorite
Stars Toni

ght

eRtwirhavVthr
vantage of youth and perhaps bet better
ter better overall speed, but the Colta
will match them in depth, with, 52
on the squad compared to 49 coli
legiajis, and may be equal iB
speed in spots- that count. -"
Continental League
Information To Be
Given To Majors
NEW YORK (UPI) Pertinent
information concerning the organ organizing
izing organizing of franchises Will be turned
over to delegates of the newly-''
formed Continental League by a
major league committee during a,
meeting here next Tuesday.
The meeting will be the first! ofr
ficial one between the two groups.
Information such as financing -of
franchises, acquisition of ptly- A
er personnel and like matters will
be given oVe.. to the Continental
League delegation, it was an-
nounced by Baseball Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Ford Frick..
That was something of a turn-'1
about inasmuch as Frick said the
meeting would be "entirely ex exploratory"
ploratory" exploratory" when he first -an-'

nounced that it would be held.
Frick is a member of the mi'
Jor league committee which will
! meet with a founders grdm from

the third league. Others cm the
major league committee are the : t
two league presidents, Waww
Giles and Joe Cronin, and cluR
owners Lou Perini of Milwaukee(
Tom Yawkey of Boston, Bob Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter of Philadelphia and Arnold
Johnson of Kansas City. '" '
Bill Shea, chairman of the
founders' group for the third; 1
league,, said he expected Ed John Johnson
son Johnson of Denver, Craig Cullinan
Jr., of Houston, Jack Kent Cooke
of Toronto. Wheelock Wliitney. A
Minneapolis St. Paul, and Walter
Orr. representing Mrs. Dorothy J.
Killam of New York, to attend for
the Continental League.

CHAMPION AT 14
ATLANTA, Ga. (UPI) Bobby'
Jones was only 14 years old when
he won his first major golf cham-'
nionship. That was the Georgia'
State Amateur Tournament in
1916.
Air
Conditioned

ACADEMY" AWARD WINNER

SUSAN HAYWARD
"WOMAN
OBSESSED"
STEPHEN BOYD
BARBARA NICHOLS
2a
COtOff by DC UJXf
tmimtiii miii
SYDNEY B0EHM
HENRY HATHAWAY



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A.
FIUDAT, AUGUST 14. IM
TBI PANAMA AHEXICAN AN IXDEFENDEHT DAILY KEWSfAPEK
PAGI NINI
Milte i(Sreen&Cfolc Wdcuro In Dunlop Tournament Finals
r

- i if r f :vv
"5 fi CI

DIABLO. GUIS AND DOLLS Front row (left to right) Alex Eberenz, Don Rudy, Bob Meyer.
Skch Louise Barnes, John Patterson, Bob Panzer, and John Eberenz Back row deft to right)
bSiv Phillips Carol Zelnick, Helen Daniel, Betsy roster, Maggie Evans, Leslie HwWctt,
SSL Heberl and Jos Eberenz. This powerful Diablo group yesterday entered thenar
t arlta Volleyball Tournament as favorites. .

Race Track Graded Entries

Hon

M.

lit. Race

Jockey

Coimnaat

"Special" Imp. 7 Fgi.Purie $450.00
lit RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Odds
Pool doles' 1 :0S

1- Falange
2- Nairobi
8-Montesco
4- injaaluz
5- Salale
6- Last Moment

H. Gustines 110 Disappointed in last
S. Hernandez 105 -Poor recent races
B. Baeza 120 Form indicates
' C. Ruiz 110 Vastly improved
A. Alfaro 105 Could surprise
- C. Bovil 112 Has class; can score

3-1
25-1
EVEN
3-1
15-1
5-2

Jnd. Rac. Ith. Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse $400.00
2nd. RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Peel Cletti 1:30

1- f)aon
2- Double Dee
S-Licenciado
. 4-Alhajar
5- Black Jet
6- Corviglia
7- Cordial
8- Mar Bravo
9- Apfche
10- ( Silver Heels
11- CTuti Fruti

R Vasquez 116 Distance should help
J. Phillips 115 Distance handicaps'
J. Waint lOGx Could be upsetter
S. Hernandez 103 Nothing recently
A. Ycaza 113 Poor recent efiorts
J. P. Diaz 107x Prefers short- sprints
J. Reyes 115 Distance should help
V. Castillo 112 Showing improvement
B. Baeza 110 -Rates good chance
H. Gusines 115 Form indicates
M. Chalmers 102x -Not against these

4- 1
8-1
10-1
15-1
5- 1
25-1
4- 1
5- 1
3-1

2-1
2-1

Colon Volleyball
Loop Inaugurated

1959
the

The inauguration of the
A'lantic Side Government

trict Volleyball League was

recently in the c o u r t of

Christ Church Academy.
The inaugural game was play played
ed played between Los Atomicos and

San Bias, the former winning 15 15-8
8 15-8 and 15-8.
The Colon Bomberos Drum and
Bugle Corps enlivened the af affair.
fair. affair. Other teams participating are
Cfrculo 11. Capitan Blttn,
Los Novates and Galvez' All All-Stars.
Stars. All-Stars. Games are played An Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursdays and Sturdays at
4 p.m.

Sunday A.M.

The semi-final matches of toe
Dunlop Tournament at the Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Brook Country Club featur features
es features two upses in the first
flight when Mike Green entered
the finals at the expense of Don
Hause, the present club cham champion.
pion. champion. Clifford Maduro, a greatly im improved
proved improved golfer during the past
year, triumphed over E. Compton
to become- the other finalist.
: Other results were at Follows:
SECOND PLIGHT:

Whit-

F. Huldtqulst defeated P.
ney 3 and 1
L. Holberg defeated H
Raps 1 up at the 19th.
THIRD FLIGHT:

De

longThe Fairways

The monthly PWGA (Panama

Women's Golf .Association) tour-

ament will e hew at he Fort

Amador Golf Club, tomorrow. ;

ine lollowaii tee times will np

observed: ;

Off No. 1 Tee
0900 Stempel, Seger, Senn,
0907. Wallace Rithnn

French, :

0914 Perantie, Trim Sullivan
0921 Rlgney, Garces, Wright,
0928 .Dailey, Leeser, Borgis,
Off No. 10 Tee
0900 Daniel. Lawson. Minn

Miy;:

0907 Twomey. Farnswnrth

Medinger,

0914 Baird. Mansfield. W.

Riley,

0921 Sharpe, Own, Herre,

These golfers not having a tee

time or a match for the tourna

ment should come out anyway
and the necessary, arrangement's

to play will be made at the Club

nouse. See you all there and may

we all be prize winners.

L. Dedeaux lost to D. Brayton

4 and i

G. Downing lost to B. Nelson

3 and 2

3rd. Rate "E" Nativei.7 furlongi Purse $375.00 Pool Cloiei 2:00

1- Bugaba
2- Mechi
3- Blanquita
4- Za
5- Dr. .Bill
Sqjflo
7-Julie

Race "D"

1- Sandokan
2- Don Vito
S-Black Bee
4-Tangawca
U-(Don Gmu
8-(tanara

A. Lourlcss 102x Nothing recently j
Hj GMstioes U5 -Should score easily
M: 'Chalmers 99x Must go lower
J. Waint lOlx Not good enough.
R. 'Vasquez 113 Should be runnerup
J. P. Diaz 107x Nothing recently
A. Gonzales 108 Poor recent races

50-1
1- 2
50-1
100-1
2- 1
25-1
20-1

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

Native I. fotn8.POri0.0-

QUINIfLA)
R. Vasquez 116 -Gets stiff test here
S. Hernandez 108 Back in best form
.J. P. Diaz lOlx Distance to liking
R. Prestan lOlx Good early speed
M. Chalmers 96x Nothing recently
B. Baeza 114 Ran well in last
, ... ,.;,

,,Po6l,, Closes 130

3-5

2-1

10-1
50-1

5-2

52

Ith Race eW Series' Imp. i F9s.Pune I4S0.00 Pool Cloiet JiOO

1-Princesa Gitana J. Phillips 110 Should be' runnerup

Z-Cervecero
S-Surumeno
4-Elko
8-Tricon
8-P.iecolino

T. Alvarez 113 -Distance to liking

R, Cruz 10S Enjoying good form
B. Aguirre 106 ; -Good early speed
A. Valdlvia 115 Improved in last
H. Gustines 115 -Excluded from betting

EVEN

21

5-2
3-1

15-1

XXX

in.' "tMdil" I mo. 6 Fai. Purse. $450.00 Pool Cloiei 3:40

V lit. RACE OP THE DOUBLE

1-KoObie
I-Tanarlk
S-Qujen Sera
4- ToTola
5-iSn Judas
6- Lunatico

B. Baeza 110 Returns from layoff 5-2

H. Gustines 107 Vastly improved 3-2
E. Corcho 108 Hasn't shown 'much 5o-l
J. P. Diaz 97x Would surprise 25-1
F. Alvarf l 105 Early speed only 15-1
a" Vii m Form indicates 4-5

?,k. t.. ith Srle Imo. 7 Fgi. Purie $500.00 Pool Cloiei 4:05

2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

l-Posiblemente
2-Abolengo
s-Gamfton
4- (High Day
5- (BongRros
8-Melendei)
T-Kadir)

H. Gustines 115 Can score here 2-1

r. VAmt2 112 Ran well in last 4-1

fi. Aeulrre 115 Reportedly classy 10-1

F. Alvarez' 108 Form Indicates 8-2
S. Hernandez 115 Could score too 3-2
R Raexa 104 Better this week 2-1

T). Madrid 102x Will scoreesoon 2-1

fth-Race 2nd and 3rd Ser. Im. 9F. Purse $750.00
QUINIBLA

Pool Cloiei 4:40

1-Vergniaux
2V)earz
S-Tatin
A-rnltro
B-( Diocese
8-i-EI Tunchi
T-Bob

J. P. Diaz 97x Could surprise 25-1

0 Vasouez 115 Could be runnerup 4-1

V. Castillo 112 Enloying best form 5-2

H. Hidalgo 106 Gets real tes here' 4-1
H. Gustines 112 Mutuels favorite 3-5

;. Hernndez 113 Rates next best 3-5

B. Baeza 115 Excluded from betting XXXX

nVRaee 4th Series Imp. 7 Fg. Purse $400.00 Pool Cleiei SiU
ONE TWO Ceita Rfean Union Club Handlcep

1- Baeinclto
2- Maniart
l-Horicio
4- Grani(!ero
5- Distanti
6 PaUVf
7- Nebriici
8- Rinside

M

F. Alvarez 105 Improves In wet going
J. Talavera 105 Apparently gone sour
R. Cruz 100 Could surprise
;. Hernandez 106 Ran well In last
G. Vasquez 106 Not good enough
H. Gustines 113 Seems best here
B. Baeza 108 Should be runnerup
Valenzuela 108 Completely outclassed

1- Monteico
2- SMver Heels (e)
3- Mechl
4- Tanara (e)
5- Prlnceia Gitana
4-Robbie
7- Melendet (f)
8- EI Tunchi (e)
-Palave

10- Atrayente
11- Lobo

Lait Moment
Apache
Dr. Bill

Don Vita
Surumeno

Tanarik
High Day (e)
Diocete (e)
Nebrlica

Platane
. Mewrieio

FOURTH FLIGHT:

defeated R. Serin-

Ingram

T. Drohan

ge 5 and 4

L. Palumoo lost to u

7 and 5

FIFTH FLIGHT:

C. Swisher defeated W. Me-

fCrown 3 and 2

G. Reif defeated R. Hull 8 ana

7

The final matches will be play

ed this Sunday as follows:

FIRSTFLIOHT:
M. Green V. C. Maduro
SECOND FLIGHT:
F. Huldtquist v. L. Holmberg
; THIRD FLIGHT!
D. Brayton' v. B. Nelson... ...
FOURTH FLIGHT:
T. Drohan v. D. Ingram
FIFTH PLIGHT:
C. Swisher t. ft. Ball r

.Btr ,.J,. J.

Edward Friedrich Wins PAA

Trophy For Largest Marlin

5-1

10-5-

3- 1
15-1
4- 5
2-1
50-1

10th-Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fgs, Puree $450.00 Pest Cities 1:40
1- Slouche B. Aauirre 113 No Avilh thli rider 8-
2- Midimi Cueu Chalmers 107x Wbuld pay juicy odds 30-1
3- Mikel V. Ortega no -Doesn't saem likely 25-1
4- CJiirlcleia V. Cutlllo 110 -Improved In last 8-1
5- .lh'ino H. Gustines 105 Can score off Isst 2-1
f.- Deslree F, Mvarez J15 Droppei la-claa 4-1
f-4trayemi B. Saeza lis Form InJiettai ,-.,, 4-S
.HH?nd Prince J. Phillips 108 '-Good aarly apted r 8-1

titt); Race im ierles lm. I Fas. Purse $500.00
ONE TWO

f N tleiai

1 -Xluclnarfo
2-Mlurlclo
: Pat
. ivernantv

" bel

;; ; Betty
f.nea

J. Phillips 108 -Returris from layoff
G. Vasquez 108 Ran -well in-lasfe
A. Gonzales 100 Early tpeed onljr
R. Vasquez 113 Imprcpslv win last

a. ernantie jia orm- indatev

H. Hidajgo loe -Nothlntcceht m

" V..! 'tf

--i '.n ',,.(-ll.if'

.JWH: -ft

A. VaWivla ll8.w!Llnnowit.4uanUi.'
J. P. Dla 107x Uiually dole W" '' ;'r f

10-1
S-l

't.EVEN

101

50-1

S-l

The tournament committee 'f

the Seventh International Marlin
and Sailfish Tournament have re

leased t'v information on the win winners
ners winners of the tournament which end ended
ed ended Aug. 2.

The PAA troohv for the larceRt

marlin goes to Edward J. Fried Fried-rich
rich Fried-rich of the Atlantic aide who ca lght

an 824 lb. black oh "unlimited
tackle, giving him therefore also

the Fuerza y Luz prize for that
class.

Largest sailfish was 140 lbs.
caught by John D. Shields of Quar

ry Heights, for which he receives

the Panama Tourist Commission

cup.

Other marlin prizes were the

Carta Vieja award for the largest

In the 50 lb. tackle class to Ospma
Newball for hit 38 lb. catch. Sec Second
ond Second prize from Colpan Motors in

unlimited class was a 473 lb. black,
marlin caught by A. L. McDanlel'.

3rd Prize from Mercurio's goes to

Rov Dahlstrom of New Jersey for
a 457V4 lb. fish. M-Sgt. W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter Jr. for his 458 lb. fish receives
4th prize from Evinrude Motors of

Cardoze and Lindn.
Colonel R. E. Sliker of Albrook
wins a nrlze from Shaw's for 5th

nlae with a 420 lb. marlin. Major
J. L. Dworak for a, 390 lh, marlin
gets a trip for two via COPA to
David with a weekend at the Hotel
Nacional there, as 6th orize. Capt.
R. C. Boatrlght wins four dinners
at Lee'sv steakhouse for his S37 lb.
mrlin, a 7th prize.
In the 1 21b. sailfish class Bettv
Forgcson got a 1st nrlze from Fast Fast-llch
llch Fast-llch for her 120 lb. fish, Fred Rouse
of Miami wins Esso's second prize
for his 103 lb. csteh. In the 20 lb.
Class Fred Rouse gels a first with
his 119 lb. sail, winning the Insur Insurance,
ance, Insurance, Service award. Second prize

from Johnson Motors oi u. r j j-vev
vev j-vev is'wo.n bv Betty Forgeson for

a 108 lb. catch.

First prize in the 30 lb. class
from Servicios Electricos Is won by

tlanHnp R Robison for her 127 lb

sailfish, while the Seagram's V. O.
sward for 2nd orize In this class

goes to L. M. Hernandez for a 125

lb. catch.
Tn tho so lb. rlasa Lt. Command

er T. J. Emmett of Ouarry Heights

ant a 1 from wegtlnghoiisa wn

his 123 lh. sail. Frank C. Stockton
wins 2nd prize from Cafe DuflB

fn m ''. (mi,
John D. Shields wins the Amerl

can Ra -'ar prize for a 1st In the

80 lb. class ih Ms 140 in. sail

fish, while Col. R. E. Sliker came
to 2nd and Rets th Abemathy tro tro-phv
phv tro-phv for his 135 lb. catch.
The dolphin winners were the Ar Armour
mour Armour nrlze in the 12 lb., class to
FreH Rouse for his 1 5lb. fish. The
t'otei Intermclonsl prize In the 20
lb. class goes to Frank Vlolette for
his 30 lb. fish. Henrique Arangn
gets-the 30 lb. class prize from the
Ancon Sleakhous for his 28 lb. dol-

Costa Rica Union
Tops Tomorrow's

Club Caan
at
Race Card'

The $600 seven furlong Costa (
Rica Union Clul Handicap will be
the main event tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon a lhe President. Reraon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. Eight four series racers
will dispute the purse and silver
trophy.
'lhe trophy will be presented to
the owner of the winning through through-bred
bred through-bred by Ramon Aguilar Castro,
president of the Union Club of
Costa Rica. Aguilar Castro anc
other members of the board of di directors
rectors directors will be the guests of hon honor
or honor at the local track for the af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. The Hires Cerinthia'i vastly
improved four-year-old filly Pa Pa-lave
lave Pa-lave item i e "lure thing" to
win this race. She will be rid ridden
den ridden by ambitioui Heliodore (Pe (Pe-pito)
pito) (Pe-pito) Gustines, who -wrested the
-jockey leadership in the second
half itendinfli from Breulio Bae Baeza
za Baeza lilt 'week.
Baeza will have the leg up on

It

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Saifieant

danger- one mile and one-eighth gallop "for

second and third series imported
racers.
The hefty four-year-old Argen-

tir.e-bred chestnut son of Cyrus

Nebrisca.Palave's most

ous contender. Dlstante, Grand Grand-dero,
dero, Grand-dero, Ringside, Horacio, Maniart
and Bacancito are the others en entered
tered entered for the race. All, except

Ringside, rate a good chanc -,f,The Great-Bateria will be oddos-

scoring j i upset. ed !- Vergniaux, Alcaraz, Tatin,
Coltro and the Diocese-El Tunc
Manuel Valenzuela will guide entry .
Ringside, Gilberto Vasquez will j Bitia will do the booting enV
be aboard Dis.ante. As usual.1 Bob while leadina iockcv Cub

aanaino Hernandez win nanaie
Granadero's reins. Rolando Cruz
gets the assignment on Horacio.
Josp Tal.vera will attempt to
work a "near miracle" with Ma Maniart
niart Maniart and Fernando Alvarez will
try to get Bacancito back into
the winner's circle.

One of the main features of the
af ernonn will be the rivalry be between
tween between Gustines and Baeza. They
have thP best mounts and could
each chalk up four wins or more.
The Stud San' a Lucia's classy
Argentine colt Bob goes out in
quest of his sixth victory in seven
local starts tomorrow sfternoon
in the secondary attraction $750

tinei has the leg up on Diocese. Diocese.-The
The Diocese.-The latitr should be the second.

choice. Diocese's entrymate,
El Tunchi, will have usually re-
liable Hernandez aboard.
Coltro and Tatin, both impres-(
sive winners their previous time'
out, will be ridden by Homero Hiv
r'alsn nd Virgilio Castillo, res'-
pectively. Castillo recently piloted
Tatin to an impressive upset vic victory
tory victory over El Tunchi in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Nat:onal Institute Handicap.
Alcaraz. an outsider with a
goo I chance of scoring an unset,
and Vergniaux will have Gilbec-.
to Vasquez and Juan Pablo Diaat
in their saddles.

The Caballeriza Caronte's clas-i the camera. Both boys have had

sy nve-year-om Argentine Day an equal amount of mounts 114.
horse Mi Deseo was reportedly Gustines has finished second

phin, while Leo Kfzfza for his 24
lb. dolphin wins the SO- lb. class
prize from the Panama Tourist

Commission.

The 21 lb. Tuna caught by Wil

liam Eldredge wins a Panama

Tourist Commission prize. The 38
lb. wahoo wins the Motta award for

Roy Dahlstrom. Arturo Vial gets
the Panama Tourist Commission
prize for amberjack with his 56 lb,
catch.
Lester Forsgren won the 1st prize
from Icaza and Co. for tarpon with
his Wi lb. fish, while the Panama
Tourist Commission award for 2nd
in this class goes to J. F. Hatchett
for his 82 lb. tarpon.
The largest fish in other species
was a 2fit lh. Mako shark caught
by J. T. Nuckols, for which he wins
a trophy from the Panama Tourist
Commission.
Magnavox gives a prize for a
first in the spinning class to Frank
Vlolette for his 80 lb. sailfish, with
L. M, Hernandez getting 2nd prize
from th Panama Tourist Commis Commission
sion Commission for catching a 12 lb. corbina
using spinning method.
"In the outboard motor class L.
M. Hernandez earn first prize
from Coca Cola for his 125 lb. sail.

2nd prize a Kodak starflash outfit

goes to Tano Chacon Jlot his 68 lb.
sail. The Tourist Commission 3rd
prize award goes to Ernesto de la
Guardia III for his 85 lb. sailfish.
4th and 5th prizes of the tourist
commission go to Anthony Leggiere

for a 32 lb. snapper and to Ernesto

de la Gusrdia III, for a 21H lh.

amberjack.

The prizes will be given out at

the award's party on Aug. 28, de

tails of which will he announced in

a few days.

sold yesterday to turfman Ricai-

JJ tt 1ILU V XVjl Of ,UVV. Ulll
to the news source, Miro plunked

down $5,500 cash and will pay tne
remaining $1,500 in purses.

Last week it was erroneously

informed that sportsman Louis
Martinz had paid $6,000 cash for

the son of Buen Dia-Muy Buena.

oOo
Veteran Peruvian jockey Emi Emi-lio
lio Emi-lio Dario has retired. "El Pi Pi-be"
be" Pi-be" made the announcement
last Wednesday on hit "47th"
birthday, according to Humber Humber-to
to Humber-to Alzamora who is the secrete-

' ry of the Panama Jockey Ao-

cletion. Darlo has boon e race
rider ever since he wes H-yoars
oM.
' oOo
Only two newcomers are sched
uled to make their debut this

weekend. Garanon, a reportedly
classy, six-year-old black horse
by Saguaipe-Soleta, is entered for
tomorrow's seventh race and Ro Rosa
sa Rosa del Maipo, a grey coated
threeyear-old Chilean-bred filly,
U ntred for Sunday's nichtcaD.

jCJatafiontSKWd in Arf Blrtinat- is
owned by Beno Btesb- and train trained
ed trained by Ernesto Paris. Rosa del

Malpo is owned by the,,i,Haras

Cannthia and trained, by Agustin

Soane.
oOo
Donito and Ramo. which, reap

near in Sunday's second race fol

lowing brief- rest periods; both
have new owners and' s trainers.
Donito is now owned and trained
bv Mieuel A. Cedeflo. Ramo will

perform under the colors of the
Stud Gisela while Gaston Aguilar

gets him ready.

Once-promising native prospect

Sllverlo li scheduled to return
to eetion In Sunday'! third race
in new hands alto. This three-year-old
grey offspring- of Key
haven-Certa H Is now the prop property
erty property of the Stud Rey del Boique
and Jose Oicar Mendoza is hit
trainer.
Mrs. Hilda Arthur West is the
new owner of Tito Pereque. This
disappointing three-year-old native
colt is under the care of Julian
Joseph.
oOo
Rutllante and La Pelirroja will
race without blinkers in the fu future.
ture. future. oOo
Hellodoro (P a p 1 1 o) Gustines
leads Braullo Baezs 37 victories
to 36. One of Gustines' wins was
a deadheat when Meta Fierro and

Cleron could not be separated by

23 times (including the deadheat),
third 22 times, fourth nine times
and out of the money on 24 occa occasions.
sions. occasions. Bacza's mounts have wound
up second 26 times, third 18 (in (including
cluding (including a deatheat for show),
fourth 15 (including a deadheat)
and out of the money 20 times.
Papito also tops Braulio in the
money earned department. Gusti Gustines'
nes' Gustines' mounts have $18,987.50 while
Baeza's have pulled down $17, $17,-876.25.
876.25. $17,-876.25. According to these figures,
these riders are performing as
close as you make them.
ouo
Jose Reyet Olguin heads the
list of local trainers with 31 win winner!,
ner!, winner!, 23 placet, 21 shows, 24
fourth placers and 43 out of the
money in 171 starts. Agustin
Soane is the runnerup with 30

wins, 25 places, 23 shows, eight
fourths end 30 horses out of the
money.
Horses trained by Eulogio Be-

nedito, however, have earned the

most money. Benedito has sadd

led 8 winnersirt 78 tries and they

have pulled down purses to the

tune of $27,725 as compared to
$22,690 earned by horses trained
by Reyes Olguin and $18,165 taken
in by Soane trained racers.
oOo
Best workouts: Diocese (5 fur furlongs)
longs) furlongs) 12 4-5, 25 3-5, 37 4-5, 51,
1:03 4 5. ;;.
Horacio (4) 12 3-5, 24 1-5, 37 1-5,
50.

ATTENTION AUTOMOBILE OWNERS

, Your THOMPSON replacement

parts jobber it pledged to this
policy:
To supply car owners and repair repairmen
men repairmen only those parts that meet or
exceed original equipment standard'
r"r quality, safety and service.
DO NOT ACCEPT CHEAP,
INFERIOR SUBSTITUTES
' For your own safety and satlsfactli
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5

scores

Atrayente (2) 12 2-5, 25.
Maurcio (2) 13 25 3-5 and re repeated
peated repeated (1) 12 4-5.
Le Matelot (3) 12, 25, 37 3-5.
Don Chillto (4) 12 3-5, 25 2-5, 38,
51 3-5.
Coltro (4) 4-5, 25, 37 4-5, 51.
Talave (4) 12 3-5, 25, 38, 51 3-5.
Ionia's Pet' (4) 12 2-5, 24 4-5, 38,
51 3-5 (bareback).
Rosa del Malpo (2) 11 4 5, 24
2-5.
Salale (3) 13, 25 1-5, 37 3-5.
Robbie (4) 12 4-5, 24 4 5, 38,

51 3-5.
Tanarik (3) 12 3-5, 25 1-5, 37 4.-5.,
Plucky (3) 12 2-5, 24 4-5, 37 2 5
(bareback). i
Gong (2) 14, 27 1-5 and repealed

(2) 12 3-5, 24 3-5.
Ringside (2) 12 1-5, 25.
Bongaros (3) 12, 24 4-5, 37 3 5.
Bacancito (4) 12, 24 3-5, 37 3-5,
51.
Gouvernant (2) 12, 24 4-5 (bareback).

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FOR WOMEN ONLY

Remember gals, arand-m o m s,
mothers, sisters, daughter etc,

etc. vou are supposed to be at

the Diablo Bowling Center Mon
day night, Aug. 17. at T:3o p.m.

-There are no strings attanched
to this bowling" Invitation. Betty
Brown states in emphatic tones
that there Is plenty of room in
the Llue. Betty also asserted
they will welcome with open
arms, new bowlers. By new bowl bowlers,
ers, bowlers, Betty means those who
have never bowled before and
those who are new on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Remember,
Place Diablo Bowling ( enter
Time 7:30 p.m.
' Day -r Monday
Date Aug. 17
Leave your husband, stand-up
your boy friend, put the kids to
bad and coma out Monday night.

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be comforUble Mythne
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages
Slut Clan R. de P. Phone Pa-
nm.J-l877 Cristobal 3-1673.
To rid your home of German
Roaches, you mutr eventually
resort to SUPER-PESTICIDE.
Why not right away GEO. F.
NOVEY, INC.
Foster's cottages, near Santa
Clara. Reasonable rates. Phone
Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, kitchen, garage, etc
Campo Aleore, Santuario Naeio Naeio-nal
nal Naeio-nal Tel. 3-2795.
House full of German Roaches
are not fit to live in SUPER SUPER-PFSTICIDI
PFSTICIDI SUPER-PFSTICIDI makes them live liveable
able liveable GEO. F. NOVEY. INC.
Rooms
No room icj big enough for Ger German
man German Roaches AND SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. Choose your own
poison. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Office space,
Mercedes building, above Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Balboa'i Post Office, with
condition, good tirer. good paint
private bathroom, watchman,
very reasonable rent. Tel. 3-3054
College Gridders
To Begin Workouls
Al Diablo Field
Several Junior College boys
have expressed a desire to begin
working out for football. Coach
Brown has announced that the fa facilities
cilities facilities of the Diablo plant are
available to Junior College stu students
dents students who wish an early start to towards
wards towards getting into condition.
Thus far twenty local athletes
have made known their intentions
of attending the Junior College
this fall and narticioatine In foot
ball. It is against Schools Divi Division
sion Division regulations for a )coach to
hold pre-season workouts for his
squad so all activities at DiaWo
during the pre season sessions
iii ho nf a recreational nature
and will not be under the direc
tion of the Junior College coacn coacn-ing
ing coacn-ing staff. However, coach Brown
c as nlwavs. available for con
sultation and advice to all J.C.
students.
An interesting note concerning
this year's football regulations is
that all footballers will have the
option of wearing canvas foot football
ball football shoes or regulation leather
footwear.
CoaH Brown also points out
that at Junior College previous
experience is not necessary in
order to he considered for the
team. At J.C. every student who
wishes to play football is given
the opportunity to do so.
Negroes Move
Into Previously
All White Area
CHICAGO (Ul'I) Two Negro
families moved quietly into a pre previously
viously previously all white neighborhood
on Chicago's West Side today.
About fiO policemen and a hand handful
ful handful of neighbors stood outside the
three story apartment building
as movers 'arrird in the belong belongings
ings belongings of Joshua Margrave. 34, and
his family and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Green.
Only a week ago. a crowd of
4.000 persons massed three blocks
deep around the home when they
larned it had hern bought by a
Negro.
There was no hint of trouble

Houses

Commercial Guide"!

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Tel. Panama 2-0552
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Modem unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, 4 bedroom house est' Loma
Alegre, large kitchen, fenced
yard and hot water. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3228.
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, 10th Street
8061 Telephone 1386, Colon.
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, Potomac
building. Cangrejo, information:
Calle 32, 4-34.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
gedrooms, living-dining room etc.
creened $65. 00. Belkario Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras No 56, Key No. 1. Informa Information
tion Information 2 2316 and 3-0234.
Apartment free of German
Roaches rent faster and longer.
Apartment owners please note.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedroom, B.70 00, 2nd Avenue,
San Francisco, "Caa Maria", Tel.
3-7784.
FOR RENT: Apartments and,
rooms. Via Agustin Aranao, $50,
$40 and $25. Tel. 4 0553..
FOR RENT: Large independent
furnished room, seml-privata
bath, next door to Chinese Lega Legation
tion Legation in Bella Vista. Prone 3 3-1081.
1081. 3-1081.
FOR RENT: Comfortable apart apartment,
ment, apartment, private entrance, porch,
telephone, air conditioning and
refrigerator. Phone 3.3516.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 Ariel motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, 500 c.c, twin spare parts.
Phone Panama 3-3493, Urraca
Aprs., Bella Vista.
PERSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 12ll. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Personally, SUPER-PESTICIDE la
not cheap, Cheap insecticides are
for sissy bugs. To get rid of
German Roaches, you have to
pay the price. GEO. F. NOVEY,
INC.
Mr. Antonio Saad of Colon is
requested to contact the credit
Department of F. Icaxa y Cia.
S A.
Margaret Truman
In Summer Stock
ANDOVER, N.J. (UPI) Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Trumar, was enthusiastic to today
day today over her first summer stock
tour in f i vP years even though
the part involves no real singing.
The vivacious, 34 year old
daughter of former President Tru Truman
man Truman is appearing here in "The
Happy Time," a comedy about a
French-Canadian family.
She plays the part of "Mama,"
a role that enables her to use
her famous soprano only in a
brief song. "But I like lots of dif different
ferent different roles,- both musical and
! dramatic," Miss Truman said.
Miss Truman became a mother
for the second time May 19. Her
sons, Clifton Daniel Jr., 2, and
William, 2' months, will stay
home in New York during her
four-week tour in the play.
today.
"The peopl,. in this area seem
to he adjusting to the situation,"
Lt. William Cosfeldt said.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo
on new ears
AGENCY DEHLINUER
No. 4.1 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
WASER $120 MILLION
ALBANY. N Y. (UPI) The
54-day Belmont Park summer
race meet iiik drew 1 .298.91 :t fans
who wagered a total of $120,148, $120,148,-691.
691. $120,148,-691. New York stale's pan muturl
revenue share was $12, 504, 029. 7.
The Ta Department received an another
other another $10.6C4.52 from the five-day
harness meeting at Goshen.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1950 Porttiat. four
door, automatic, new tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer
0853 Apart. 19, Balboa.
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 tonol tonol-dition,
dition, tonol-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, wwfires, radio, wonder wonderful
ful wonderful condition and cheap. Recons Reconstructed
tructed Reconstructed Nacional, Peru Ave. No.
7. Tel. 2 0406.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker,
V-8. 4 door, radio, good condi condition,
tion, condition, must sell, Balboa 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 1958 Opel 2-dr.
sedan, two-tone, wsw, 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.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Corvette, red. all accessories, two
toos, price $5000 00. Call Army
87-6198.
We could not think up a corny
connection between automobiles
and German Roaches, at a plug
for SUPER-PESTICIDE under
this heading. A free gallon, and
their name in print, for the one
who can. GEO F. NOVEY, INC..
FOR SALE: 1958 Opel Rekord,
two tone, white over blue. 8600
mileu, radio, 1500 dollar or bast
offer, call Panama 4-0412..
FOR SALE: 1956. Ford, two
door sedan, fordomatic, black and
white, 8 cyl. Thunderbird engine
radio, heater, white walls, duty
paid, low priced for quick sale.
Panama 2-0754, 3-0813 after
5:30 p.m.
Business
If you don't mind living with
German Roaches, that's your
business. But, if you just can't
Stand the little bitches, ( misspel misspelled
led misspelled Spanish) that's SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE'S
PESTICIDE'S SUPER-PESTICIDE'S businesi. GEO. F.
NOVEY, INC.
Castillos Club
To Hold Dance
Tomorrow Night
The Castillos sporting and so social
cial social club will hold its anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary dance at the Casino Vina eel
Mar tomorrow night beginning at
9 o'clock.
The Mighty (King) Sparrow, vi visiting
siting visiting Trinidad calypso singer,
will be a guest artist. Willie Moro
and his orchestra will supply mu music.
sic. music. .
TUESDAY BOUT SET
BOSTON (UPI) Promoter
Sam Silverman announced Wed
nesday that Ted Wright of Detroit
has been matched with Willie
Stevenson of Boston for a 10
round bout at Pittsfield, Mass.,
Tuesday night. Wright was unde undefeated
feated undefeated in 20 fights during a re
cent European tour.

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Household foods,
leaving Isthmus, telling every everything.
thing. everything. Car alio, 112-B, Gamboa.
Tel. 6-131.
FOR SALE: New, 40 inch. Hot
Point electric range, $240.00.
Call 3-0822.
FOR SALE: Dinette set. red top
table and chairs, $30.00. Will
accept reasonable offer. Phone
3-5024.
FANTASTIC BARGAINS CON CONTINUE
TINUE CONTINUE A FEW MORE DAYS:
Double Beds complete 19.50;
mattresses 5.00; Wardrobes 17.
50; metal dressers 12.50; Brand
new Kerosene stoves 15.00; Din Dining
ing Dining room table and 4 chain
45.00; Folding beds wmattrest
26.95; Living room sets 98.00;
Beautiful metal dinette sets
69.50; Single beds 29.50; Army
cots 5.50; used feather pillows
0.40 CASH OR CREDIT
TERMS. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE National Ave. Tel.
3-4911, 3-73 1
FOR SALE: TV. set 21 Inch
G.E. with swiveilbase $100.00.
Phone 2-3674 6 p.m. to S p.m.
German Roaches don't eat much.
But, if you just don't like their
company, what better article
could you have around your home
than a gallon of SUPER-PESTICIDE
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, $75.
washing machine automatic Ben Ben-dix,
dix, Ben-dix, $90; Westinghoun $185;
sewing machine $15; motor,
scooter Vespa, $55; chiffonier
$5; pumpjsek for pumping wa water
ter water $60. Phone Balbea 4474.
FOR SALE: Household goods,
television, 713 B El Prade, Bal Balbea,
bea, Balbea, Tel. 2-2873.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, aftarnnon 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. 1-7963, I I-3018.
3018. I-3018. Speech Lessons, Jean Beret?.
Phone 3-3608.
Piano teacher will come to yeur
home mornings, eall 1-3653,
Panami.
WANTED
WANTED: Pally furnished
house or large apartment ceuple
for three months, edvise during
hours 9 to 1 1 a.m. Hotel Tropi Tropi-cana,
cana, Tropi-cana, room number 32.
WANTED: Used Upright pia piano.
no. piano. Phone 87-4134.
WANTED: Vacation quartan,
approx Sept. 10, call Balboa 2-
1789.
WANTED: Secretary bilingual
Spanish-English for modern one one-man
man one-man office. Phone 3-1060.
Customers who want to gat rid
of German Roaches. Others need
not read this ad. GEO. F. NOVEY,
INC..
Requiem Mass
A requiem mass will be held
for the repose of the soul of
Mrs. Leanice Year wood at Hie
San Juan Bautista church In
Parqu Lefevre Sunday morning
at 6:30.

Miscellaneou

FOR SALIWAged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by the
truekloaef. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE Maternity and baby
clothes sten. Well situated in
Ave. Juste Arotemena 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: 1 each floor lamp
bamboo with bambee shaded $15.
1 each fleer 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 aeon at 2127-D Curundu.
Phone 13-6226 after 5:00 p.m.
P, 0. Broome.
FOR SALE: Excellent stereo Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi tot complete er by compo components.
nents. components. Two leott amplifier, rwe
A-R speakers. Alto Scott port portable
able portable phonognph. Also 200 Mon Monaural
aural Monaural classical recoreh, excellent
condition. Vie Argentina No. 10,
Apartment 23, evenings from
5:30. Phone 3-5045.
Miscellaneous ether bugs alse die
along with German Roaches,
when you apply SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. GEO F. NOVEY,
INC.
FOR SALE: 18'xS' boat inboard
motor. 1951 Packard sedan
automatic transmission and radio.
1931 Ford. Console ndie and
record player Combination.
Breakfast set; table and three
chairs, metal, mahogany book bookcase
case bookcase with glass doors. Vaccum
cleaner. Buldlng 8011 Margarita,
Cristobal 3-1986.
FOR SALE: Lawn mower; com combination
bination combination e a b I n e t workbench;
bamboo bar; ether items. 2108-1
Las Cruccs, Balboa.
Employment
Opportunities
No matter how many people you
employ, until you employ SUPER SUPER-PESTICIPE
PESTICIPE SUPER-PESTICIPE you 'will have German
Reaches. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Boats & Motors
45 foot double planked ex-Navy
boat hull for ssla. Asking price
$1000 or make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 25 Jlv
Assist School
Commandant
On 16-Day Trip
Lt. Col. Philip M. Judson, as assistant
sistant assistant commandant of the U.S.
Army Caribbean School, Fort
Gulick, has left on a 16-day
trip to Santiago, Chile and
Lima, Peru.
The primary purpose of his vi visit
sit visit is to insure closer liaison be between
tween between the U.S. Army Mission to
the country and the USARCARIB
School. He will also further de determine
termine determine the effectiveness of the
school in filling the country's
needs and possible changes in the
subject matter presented to bet
ter meet the requirements for
scnooi trained personnel.

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Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lets 500 and 1.000
meters, a the Nueve Hipodreme
Urbaaliarie across the ftemoa
Racetrack. AH lets with at re at
treats, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningreom, 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,
Sen Francisco, phone 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Fines in Velcsn. 90
hectares pasture, 44 bush.
Houses fenced. Titled. Phone 4-
0749.
FOR SALE: House at "argue
Lefevre, two floors, 8 rooms.
Produce $96.00 rent House 7 7-84
84 7-84 N Street, San Miguel "La "La-vanderia
vanderia "La-vanderia Perls". 1:00 to 2:30
p.m.
SERVICES
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our nw sarvica plan
irvf yoy faster, mors econo economical
mical economical and better 'service. Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agencies. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Means reliability, and lasting re repairs.
pairs. repairs. For better kerne service
call 1-7607 Panama frem 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday te 6 p.m.
Protect yeur home and prepar-
ty against Insect d a a
Prompt scientific treatment en
i emergency or monthly budget
- basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama J-7977 er Colon 1777.
You can 4o yourself, the public
and us a great service if you can
dream up something at screwy in
Spanish as theqe ads for SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. We will give one
gallon of SUPER-PESTICIDE
free to anyone submitting mate material
rial material which we use under any
lingl elmtitied heading in the
Spanish edition of any news,
paper. Price of one gallon, $3.55.
Address yeur brainstorm tei
OPERATION SCREWBALL,
GEO. f. NOVEY, INC., Apdo.
923, Psnama, R.P.
WANTED TO lUY: Air con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, used 1 Vi er 2 ten, also
meter 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.
Special Offers
WANTED: 1 bilingual clerks,
$100 to $125. ,2 bilingual ac accountants,
countants, accountants, $300 to $350. 4 sec secretaries
retaries secretaries with shorthand $100 to
$110.. 2 secretaries with short shorthand
hand shorthand $125 to $150. 3 secretaries
with shorthand $175 to $225.
SERVICIO Y COLOCACIONES.
Camera de Cemereie building
Ne. 9.

WITH THE U.S.A. SECURITIES
EXCHANGE COMMISSION

BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA
SECURITIES COMMISSION

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INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
235 E 45 St., Now York
Q. My wife and I are in our
sixties. A few months ago on a
tip I bought 1,000 Avco at 11 5-8
This represented all my savings.
Should i sell, hold on?
A. If you re asking me to guess
the future market course of Avco,
I'll have to ask to be excused. I
don't know, and I don't to guess
If you re askine me for a
"book" opinion on the situation I
would have to say that all your
savings should not be invested in
the stock market; should not be
invested in any one stock and
that, finally, Avco is a speculat
lve situation which should not do
mutate the portfolio of a man
near retirement.
Now, since you have almost a
$3,000j profit, I'm going to let you
take it from tthere.
Q. About 11 years ago we
bought some shares in a mining
company. That was the last we
heard about it until a few months
ago we heard from another com company
pany company which has taken over the
first firm. The new owners think
something will come of it. We
are being asked to buy stock.
What is your opinion?
A. My opinion, very bluntly, is
"nothing doing,
In the first place, I can find no
record of either company the
one you 'bought 11 years ago or
the one which is now trying to
get more money out of you.
In the second place, practical
ly all shares today are "non "nonassessable,"
assessable," "nonassessable," which means your
total risk is limited to the amount
you put in originally. You cannot
he asked to contribute more mo
ney to protect your original in
vestment.
And finally, I just don't like the
door of thP whole deal
Q. I enclose a cliping of your
column which listed three $5,000
portfolios, each providing a divi
dend check a month. I didn't have
the money then; now they would
cost me $20,000. Would you sug.
gest a similar portfolio today?
A. The three "iiortfolios. I think
are just as sound today as they
were then except, of course, that
high prices have reduced their
yields. You would have to be sa satisfied
tisfied satisfied with a four or five per
cent income now.
With these reservations, I
think the first group A.T. and
T,, Boston Edison and American
Tobacco can still do a job for
you.
The second portfolio, to be pur purchased
chased purchased a bit later, could sill be
Campbell Soup, American Can
and Sinclair Oil.
Later we can take another
look.
Space your buying. Just be because
cause because you Waited so long is no
reason why you. should jump in
with $20,000 now.
Alonzo Johnson Goes
Alter 14th Straight
Against Alex Mileff
NEW YORK (UPI) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight contender Alonzo Johnson
of Braddock, Pa., seeks his 14th
straight victory tonight m a
TV fight with Alex Miteff of Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina at Madison Square Gar Garden.
den. Garden. Because of his speed and skill,
Johnson is a slight favorite at 6-5
to beat the harder-hitting boxer
puncher from Buenos Aires, who
wiil have a weight-advantage of
about 17 pounds.
Each is 24 and ambitious. Their
10-rounder will be televised and
broadcast nationally by NBC at
10 p.m. e.d.t.
Johnson, 1956 Eastern Golden
Gloves light heavyweight cham champion,
pion, champion, lost but one of 18 bouts
since he turned professional in
January, 1957. He dropped a de decision
cision decision to Cortez Stewart in his
fifth start. Since then he clicked
off 13 straight wins five this
year. But he has only five knock knockouts.
outs. knockouts. Alonzo's 1959 victories were on
decisions over Charley Forest,
Jimmy Slade, Billy Hunter, Nino
Vsldes and Willie Pastrano on
July 24. He is rated seventh
among contenders b tne inba
and eighth by the Ring Magazine.
Miteff, heavyweight champion
of the Pan American Amateur
Games, turned professional in
June, 1956. He is unranked 'now
among the top 10 because of three
defeats in his 22 bouts two on
first-round knockouts by Mike De De-John
John De-John and Willie Besmanoff. He
also had one draw. A good punch puncher,
er, puncher, he scored 10 kyoes.
This year, the former Buenos
Aires butcher boy, lost one of
his three bouts. He dropped a de decision
cision decision to' second ranked Zora Fol Fol-lev
lev Fol-lev but came back to faltten. ex-
con tender Harold Carter jn two
heats and to win a decision over
Wayne Bethea at the Garden, on
May 22.
Alex was slated to fight Pas Pastrano
trano Pastrano at Louisville. July 24, but
had to withdraw because of an
upset stomach. Johnson substitut substituted
ed substituted for him and outpointed danc danc-intf
intf danc-intf Willie.
For their last bonts, Miteff
weighed 204 Mi pounds;' Johnson,
187. V

Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

NEW YORK Aim 14 rTTPT
Stocks opened mixed in moderate
trading .oday.
Brokers are looking for period
of irregularity over the next few
weeks pending clarification of po political
litical political and ecnnnmio nrnhlam
However, they look for individual
stocks to respond to corporate
developments.
ALt lnd 55Vi
Advocate Asbestos 190b
Alleghany Corp n
Aluminium Ltd. 35
Amer Cyanamid ei
Amer Motors 43
Amer Tel and tel 80
Anaconda Copper 64
Arkansas Fuel Slb
AVCO Mfg 13T4
Beth Steel 54
Bettinger Corp i4vb
Bicroft Uranium 62b
Blauknox 51
British Pet 8 1-16
Burroughs 3294
Canadian Eagle llb
Celanese 207k
Cerro de Pasco 39b
Chicago Great West 43b
Chrysler 65
Cities Service S5Vib
Coastal Carlbe is
Colgate Palmolive 39
Colorado Fuel 30
Cons Electro Dynamics 37
Creole Pet 51
Crown Cork and Seal 86V4b
Cuban Venezuelan Oil b
Du Pont 267
El Paso Natural Gas 328
Fairchild Engine g?4
Fargo Oil 5
Felmont Pet e'i
General Dynamics S0V4
General Electric 80
General Motors 55
General Plywood 19V4
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel 41b
Howe Sound 21b
Imperial Oil 42
Ml Pet 38v4b
Lockheed 27
Magellan Pet iy40
Montrose Chem 13b
New Eng. Tel and Tel 197V4
iMortnrop Air
Olin Mathiesoo
Pancoastal
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
Royal Dutch Shell
RCA
Reynolds Metai
San Jacinto ...
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Oa
Sinclair OH
Socony Mobilf
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prodi
Textron
Underwood
United Canso Oil
US Rubber
US Steel
Westinghouse Elec
Wheeling Steel
30
50
3
47
62
99
44
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11
4910
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C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
Live broadcasts of major took
ball and boxing events highlight
the CFN sports schedule for the
coming week. Programmed sporti
include the following:
RADIO
Friday, August 14 All .Star
football game, College All-Stan
vs. Baltimore Colts, 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, August 15 Baseball,
Milwaukee vs. Pittsburgh, 12:30
p.m.
Sunday, August 16 Baseball,
Cleveland vs. Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Monday, August 17 and Tue Tue-day,
day, Tue-day, August 18 No games.
Wednesday. Aucust 19 Fpath.
erwe ght title boxing match, Day
erweight title boxing Match, Dav-
io De announced.
Thursday, August 20 Baseball,
New York vs. Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
TV
Friday, August 14 Wrestling,
10 p.m.
Saturday, August 15 Jalopy
Races, 2 p.m. Bowling Derby, 4
p.m. Sports Time, 5 p.m.
Sunday, August 16 Baseball,
New York vs. Detrpit, 3:15"p.m.
Wednesday, August 19 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fight, Irish Bobby Scan
Ion vs. Mario Vecchiato, 10 p.m.
Thursday, August 20 Fight of
the Week, Ralph Tiger Jones vs.
Victor Salazar, 10 p.m.
Panama Enters
27 Athletes In
Pan-Am Games
CHICAGO, Aug. 14 (UPI) -Panama
has entered 27 athlete
In seven sports for the eomine;
Pan-American Games, it was
announced today.
The Panamanian athlete were
te participate in women' track
and field, men' and women's
fencing, weight lift lrfl, wrestling,
men's swimming and boxing.
Panama officials said if el
the athletes, would b men.
$2,500.20 DAILY DOUBLI
i ATLANTIC CITY; N.J. (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A $2,500.20 daily double, second
largest- ever recorded at Atlantis
City, was turned In Wednesday
by Fond Lover ($152.60) in the
. first race and Star O Lee ($70.20)
in the second.

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HAVANA, Aug. 14 (UPI)
transport from th Dominican
Central Cuba, the government
'Government sources said

"double aeeitt" in order to trick the invaders into sending

Trimdad airport.
-Premier Fidel Castro was in tlx area to direct the smashing of the "invasion" from
thB pominican Republic, the government announcement said.
jt said the captured transport was piloted by former Cuban army Lt. Col. Antonio

SotO.
xAihn flew ousted dictator

The government announcement placed blame tor fhe
Oh the shoulders of Dominican strongman Rafael Trujillo.

In.. pitched gun battle minutes
after the plane landed, two Castro
soldjejs and two men from the
plsnewere killed. Six more of the
ten ;aboard the transport were in injured."
jured." injured." Ttjjjldad, in Las Villas province,
was the center of a counter revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary movement against which
Castro has personally led a mop-up
operation, according to Hie an announcement.
nouncement. announcement.
' Cattre wit reported to be in
Cianfuegos. The announcement
said he would return to Havana
tonight to tell a nationwide tel television
evision television audience of the "irva "irva-ion"
ion" "irva-ion" atttmpt launched against
Cuba from tht Dominican Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. "The capture of this IYujillo air airplane
plane airplane brings to a close this chap chapter
ter chapter of an international conspiracy
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Js
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hvdrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
vJ Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
Hirh 4 :
Low 72 75
HUMIDITY:
Hiirh
Low 71 4
mm.
4 (max. mph) S-9 NW S
RAIN (inches) T .03
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 82
, LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.74
Madden Dam 214.20
BALBOA TIDES
SATl'RDAR, AUG. 15
High
Time
11:216 a.m.
12:2 p.m.
Time
8:34 a.m.
7:14 p.m.
Ht.
13.8 ft.
14.7 ft.
Low
HI.
2.7 ft.
1.7 ft.
E N T R A L
TynA Y-12:50, 2:32, 4:36,
Z 5:40, 8:54 p.m.
ADVENTURE-ROMANCE
IN A LAND
UNKNOWN TO MAN
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AUDREY
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ANTHONY
PERKINS
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MANSIONS
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Hit Amaion
co-Starring
LEE J.COBB
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The Cuban Army
Republic to smash

last night captured

a five. day
announced today.
that Maj. William Morgan,

Fulzwicio Batista into Dominican exile last Jan. l.

and of the counter-revolutionary
interests in which the jackal Truji Trujillo
llo Trujillo had an active part." the an announcement
nouncement announcement said. "This will be
demonstrated by our prime minis minister
ter minister tonight before the television
cameras."
Govtmmtnt tourcei said Cai Cai-tro
tro Cai-tro wai present at Trinidad air airport
port airport when the plane was captured
late last night, but did not per personally
sonally personally tafce part in the clash be between
tween between his forces and the invad invaders.
ers. invaders. Announcement of thp capture of
the transport ended five days of
government silence on 'he Fighting
in the mountains of Central Cuba.
Government sources said Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, 31, of Toledo, Ohio, joined
with Cuban army Maj. Eloy Gu Gu-tierrei
tierrei Gu-tierrei Menoyo in cloak-and-dagger
operation that successful successfully
ly successfully lured would-be invasion lead leaders
ers leaders and munitions into Cuba.
Morgan was said to have been
contacted by plotters from the
Dominican Republic and. to con convince
vince convince them he was with them, he
agreed to be military chief of the
planned anti-Castro fight.
He was said to have gone to the
Dominican Republic to brief the
invaders on the Lai Villas area and
to have returned to. Cuba with the
first group of rebels an estimated
50 men carrying 50-calibre and 30-
cahbre machineguns.
The sources said Morgan told
his contacts in the Dominican Re
public the invasion forces had been
joined by ex-Batista soldiers and
even some Castro men.
To make it impossible for the
would-be invaders to 6 check the
false information, the goverpment
sources said, Army forces cut all
transportatio nand telephone rom rom-municaitons
municaitons rom-municaitons between Las Villas
and the rest of Cuba.
Morgan and Gutierrei were said
to have kept in constant radio
toufh with contacts in the Domin Dominican
ican Dominican Republic, feedina them false
information to the effect the in invaders
vaders invaders were meetino with great
success. Then, earlv Tuesday,
thev advised their contacts that
further advances deoended on
shipment of additional weapons.
An airnlane was said to have
landed at Trinidad airnorl Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday niht. where "invasion1' lead leaders
ers leaders talked with Morffan and Gutie Gutierrez.
rrez. Gutierrez. The Castro agents asked for arms
and '"militarv experts" from the
Truiillo Foreign T.eeion to handle
haookas. mnrt ir and other wean wean-ons.
ons. wean-ons. it was said. Th" nlane renort renort-edlv
edlv renort-edlv returned to the Dominican Re
public.
lUnrean nromised the airnnrt
would be clear last nisht and Uie
trm was set. the sources said.
The men landed last ni?hl in the
C 4C. got out of the nlahe -nd were
surrounded bv Castro soldiers.
The gun battle broV'e out when
the ten men attempted to ene.
The Castro government teid the
plotters captured last night open openly
ly openly admitted they had been train trained
ed trained In the Hominican Republic, lt
said the Trujillo government or ordered
dered ordered them to invade Cuban sod.
Castro and a nnnitier of his
Ion lieutenants were directlr
involved In ranturin? the
nlane mid breaking n a not
atainst the r overnment. the
announcement said.
Widow Urges
Snlk Shots our
Affected
I'XBRIDCF.. Mass. VV) A
voime mother. who saw four of
her chi'dren hit by nolio after she
nelerted to have them inoculated
ha ured oilier pren:- to lie le
careless.
"I'm a verv unhaupv and
worried mother Mrs. Marie Marie-Plante
Plante Marie-Plante Miieau '-'7 told reporter.
"It was iusl rnrelesnes on my
part."
Four of her ix vouivslers
were thi: community's first po'io
cases. All are hospitalised in satis satis-faclorv
faclorv satis-faclorv condition, Thr children
were amone a handful who did
not receive ihe shots in mass in inoculation
oculation inoculation clinics here
Mrs Afaieau. whose husband
was killed in an automohile acci accident
dent accident last Anril. said she was sn
busy after the fatal crash that "1
just didn't pel to it I inocula inoculations)"
tions)" inoculations)"
LONi
KANGf RITTI9 FltMD
HOt.I.YWfjOIT (1'Pl) The
Lone Kail)(er' expressed some fear
lodav thai Ihe nexl tfeneration'
cowboys may all he girls He
hopes not, but, he said, they're
leaving Un to one in a contest
to find the child who can veil Ihe
loudest: "Hi Yo Silver!"

Trujillo

an
aims. laden
attempt in
- old invasion
who
s American.born, played
the arms
and munitions to
invasion" attempt squarely
One of the invaders was
identified in the announce announcement
ment announcement as Luis Pozo Jimenez, a
Spanish mercenary of the Tru Trujillo
jillo Trujillo foreign legion.
The announcement said Cu Cuban
ban Cuban government Lt. Eliope Pe Perez
rez Perez and a civilian, Frank Hi Hidalgo
dalgo Hidalgo Cato, also were killed and
that six government men were
injured in the exchange of fire
with the invader..
Cuban authorities said the
Dominican plane was carrying
large quantities of arms and
amunitions. They also said
the government had captured
several other such shipments of
arms during recent days in de defeating
feating defeating the invasion force.
Castro marked his 33rd birth
day yesterday in command ot
troops fighting to end a coun
ter-revolutionary threat to his
seven-month-old regime in the
mountains of central Cutaa.
In Havana, demands mount
ed for the return of firing
squad justice for anti-Castro
suspects and former followers
of deposed dictator Fulgencio
Batista.
More than 4000 persons have
been arrested since a vail; anti anti-Castro
Castro anti-Castro conspiracy was broken
up last sturday.
The prime minister and bis
brother Raul, commander of
the armed forces, flew to Cin-
fuegos, east of Havana, Wed
nesday following reports of
fighting in the Sietra de Es
cambray.
The mountain chain in Lai
Villas Province is the sec second
ond second in size oMly te the- Sier Sierra
ra Sierra Maestra which sheltered
Castro's rebel forces during
their lont fifht against Ba Batista.
tista. Batista. The anti-government force
was centered around Trinidad.
Communications with the
area were cut off and traffic on
the Cieiifuego.s-Tiinidad High
way halted on orders Irum
army officials.
The absence of official news
from the Las Villas area in increased
creased increased tension in the capital.
Signs suddenly appeared on
buses, trucks and buildings de
manding the return of "firing
squads for justice.
Others said "hang the trai
tors" and "deatn to conspira
cy plotters."
Hundreds of followers of Ba
tista were executed by firing
squads as ''war criminals" in
the early days of the revolution
Informed sources said the
counter-revolutionary force in
Las Villas could be composed
of Batista followers or ad advance
vance advance units of an invasion
force from the Dominican
Republic which was called
back after leaders of the anti anti-Castro
Castro anti-Castro conspiracy were cap captured
tured captured Saturday.
It has been an open secret
in Cuba that several hundred
followers of Batista hayt been
hiding in the hills after flee
lug from towns and villages in
tear .of being brought before
war crimes tribunal.
Little League
Boys 11 Girls 9
Twin boys were born to Mr
and Mrs. R. J. Saarinen, of
Balboa, a highlight in the week
that ended August It) when 20
births were recorded at Uorgas
Hospital. Kleven i the 20 were
boys
Mrs. H. NeeWy e' Balbok; Pic
Mrs. J .11. Nreley o'i Balbua; Vlt.
aatt Mrs. rt. J. Ku.sseil of Ar Ar-laijan;
laijan; Ar-laijan; Mr. and Mrs. L. (J. Ko Ko-ger
ger Ko-ger of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
D. Barrios of Ciauiboa; Mi. and
Mrs. K. J. Saarinen of Balboa;
Mr. and Mrs. V. Bennett, Jr. of
Balboa; Lt. and Mr: C. CI
Needley Of. Rodman; Mr. and
Mrs. A. Tuttle; Jr. of Gamboa;
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Henry of
Panama; and Mr. and Mrs. L.
J, Snavely of Diablo.
Girls were born to: Lt. and
Mrs. R. D. Comer of Farfan;
M'. and Mrs. B. C. Rivisie of
Panama; A 2c and Mrs. L
Ward of Panama; Mr. and Mrs
H. H Clarke of Panama; Sfc
, and Mr. Robert Scott of Foil
Clayton; .Mr. and Mrs. R V.
DKKrr ui roiiKi'ia. mi. aim mi
II. t'. Blight of Kodmau; A 2c
and Mrs. C. D. Cbe of Panama;
ami JSp5 and Mrs. C. I1'. t.'liH) t.'liH)-irian
irian t.'liH)-irian of Fort Kobbe.
Puiiiifi: the perlofl covered by
the report, 182 patients were
admitted, and 164 were discarded.

!P rekls aggressor in

farftry, moved into the Hold al
Rio Hato this week and success successfully
fully successfully repelled "Aggressor forces" j
theoretically bent on wiling the;
Panama Cnal. .This largo-scale'
training exercise was designed to
test battle group mobility, coor coordinated
dinated coordinated attack both by separate
coinpaniei and :the unit as a
whole and to check, staff action.
For purposes of jtlie exercise, ag aggressor
gressor aggressor troops were presumed; to
nave landed at fhiquita and Ture Ture-ga
ga Ture-ga a nd then moved inland,-capturing
the Rio Hato airstrip for future
operations against the Canal.
Early yesterday, morning, the
battle group in full attack utiliz utilizing
ing utilizing three, rifle companies, mor mor-tar
tar mor-tar battery and the air section section-secured
secured section-secured its final objective. This ac action
tion action readied the area to receive
troop reinforcements from the U S.
According to the maneuver plan
the 1st Battle Gruop, 61st Infantry,
was the unit theoretically designat designated
ed designated for this supporting role.
Col. John R. Wright Jr., battle
group commanding officer, ex
pressed satisfac'-on with the speed
and timing the -oup displayed in
making the move to Rio Hato.
He commented, "I was greatly
pleased with the performance of
our units in their assigned mis missions.
sions. missions. Also, we wore very im impressed
pressed impressed with the enthusiasm
shown by members of the group
in seizing their objectives."
Wright said the exercise demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated that the battle group could
be moved swiftly to an area of ag aggression.
gression. aggression. Italso pointed out' some
phases where further unit training
would be required.
Realism was the keynote of the
exercise. In addition to action by
aggressor troops, attacks, with withdrawals,
drawals, withdrawals, patrol actions and air ac activity
tivity activity were carried out.
Tuesday afternoon tht tattle
group was harassed by an aggres
sor patrol action but the patrols
were driven off with heavy losses.
The attack order came that
evening. Early Wednesday the
Infantrymen hit the aggressor
forces and caught them off-guard
while they were having morning ;
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AERIAL SUPPORT 1st. Lt. Ellis G. Crumlt, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, 20tli Infantry, readies his H-19 helicopter for takeoff to transport staff officers to
key areas of the battlefield or evacuate simulated casualties. The copters worked from early
dawn until dusk a observation and evacuation aircraft during the 20th Infantry training

exercise.

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itio HATO BRlEINli -Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, US. Army Caribbean coimnandlng gener-
ah; Is briefed by Lt. Col. Harry C. Barnes on ihe tiiellcal situation oil hl arrival at the Rio Hato
airfield, pol. John V. Schmeizer, command G-3, left,, accompanied Dasher as he toured the Rio
Hatb area where elements of the 1st Battle Group, 20th -Infantry engaged in a large-scale
training; exercise during the week. '"" -- Dhoto

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CHOW IN THE FIELD Men of
'week at Rio'Hato. The exercise,
.readiness.
When the first objective was se secured
cured secured the group's air section, un under
der under command of Capl. John R. Bc Bc-ler,
ler, Bc-ler, dropped propV-!anda leaflets
over the aggressor area.

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'the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, dine on O rations during tactical training stage during-tb ;
carried out under simulated battlefield conditions, tested battle grouD mobility .and combat v

Determined effort by aggressor
caused "heavy casualties" to be
sustained by the battle group on
the second day. During the attack
C Company was presumed to have
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mock attack on cahac

lost 14 men while A Company ca casualties
sualties casualties were estimated at a pla
toon and a half of men. A platoon
of tanks theoretically was destroy destroyed
ed destroyed in a mine field,
Just before jump-off time yester
day morning the battle group was
hit by "howling attacks" from Ag
gressor but succeeded in fending
them off to move out on time.
Attacking in a combined lino
the USARCARIB soldiers soon
overran tho aggressor and held
the airstrip for reinforcements
supposedly on route from the u s s-.
. s-. The group, was relieved at about
10 a.m. yesterday and began mov moving
ing moving back to Clmal Zone posts by
land, sea and air.
Directing the 33-man aggressor
force, made up of personnel from
D Company, 34th Armor, was Ma.
Grover G. Smith, battle group S-2
officer.
Getting personnel of the 1st Bat
tle Group, 20th Infantry, and their
equipment from Fort Kobbe to Rio
Hato for the exercise and back
involved cooperation not only a-
mong U.S. Army Caribbean units
and sections, but the Tactical Air
Commantl as well. The soldiers,
plus tons of gear and supplies,
moved to the training area by air,
sea and land.
The Tactical Air Command unit
which provided aerial support for
tho battle group's exercise was.
from tho 464th Troop Carrier
Wing, from Pope Air Force Base,
Fort Bragg, NX. Throe C-123's,
under the command of Major
Harold P. Paslav, USAF, landed
at Howard Air Force Base Sun Sunday
day Sunday and Monday to participate in
activities.
Twenty-three airmen and 15 offi
cers made up the party, including
crews, ground -maintenance per
sonnel, loading teams and combat
teams. One of their first missions
was setting uwa Combat Airlift
Support Unit (CALSU) at Howard,
which was responsible for prepar
ine manifests, dispatching, brief
ings and other elements ot aamin
istrative support.
Each C-123 made three flights to
, n. J 11
Kio Hato on mesaay ana anoiner
round trip on Wednesday and yes
terday. They not only ferried per
sonnel but a variety of equipment
as well, rangine'from heavy vehl
cIps to Bailcv Bridge components.
Maj. Paslay's group is scheduled

HE MUST NEVER LIVE TO TELt;

i4?JIIi a tmmfe

RICHARD JODD BETSY

ittna : ri

(U.S. Army PhdJB)

-.- ft
to leave the Isthmus tomcflTow,'"
Several other planes from the 464th s
are due to arrive Sunday and next:
week will make nine flights a day
as Datue group personnel are given,
training in loading and other phasi
es of lift procedure,
The U.S. Army 'CaribbMiir
Transportation Section supplied
landing craft, under the com
m and of Captain Robert 0. Dun Dun-fee.
fee. Dun-fee. Four, LCM's, with one battle battle-group
group battle-group company; weapons carrier
and oops aboard, left Rodman
Naval Station Monday and'
turned from. Rio Hato the "same
day. On Tuesday three LCM's
transported tanks from D Com.
pany, 34th Armor to the exercise exercise-site.
site. exercise-site. At the same time a J-boat made.
the trip to Rio Hato and stood off offshore
shore offshore throughout the day, ready to
participate should a sea. rescue be
necessary as the c-123's maae meir
approaches to the landing "strip.
The LCM's came back to Pier 20,
Balboa Wednesday and yesterday.
bringing personnel and equipment.
The transponauon section; ana
the USARCARIB G-3 section coor
dinated with the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery, in securing- addw
tional trucks re(uired for the gi
gantic move. Seven 2Vi-toa irucM
with drivers for the exercise," pe
riod, with Sp.-4 Lonnie Bradshaw
Jr. in charge, were provided by th
gun battalion. ,,
Bulk of the land transportation,
however, came from the battle
group itself. Every combat vehi vehicle
cle vehicle assigned, to unit participat participating
ing participating In the exerelso r took
road.
Convoys started rolling 'froftr Ft.
Kobbe long before dawn on JBies JBies-day.
day. JBies-day. Eleven separate grouffiteft
at 20-minute intervals with om
nine to 11 vehicles in eachgtpup.
The motorized equipment ft?1 ft?1-ed
ed ft?1-ed at Rio Hato, where some Vehi Vehicles
cles Vehicles were utijized in the e setwise,
and was expected to have retimed
the last of the troops to Kobjpby
sunset yesterday.
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