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PANAMA, R. t. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959
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Victorious Castro Attacks
Herter, Chile Meet, Trujillo
HAVANA, Aug. 15 (UPI) A victorious Fidel Castro
conducted a slashing verbal attack against U.S. secretary
of state Christian A. Herter, the Western-hemisphere for foreign
eign foreign ministers' meeting and the Dominican Republic in a
telethon that carried into the early hours this morning.
The bearded prime minister, fresh from conquering an
airborne invasion attempt in central Cuba, boasted that he
would have trapped the Dominican Republic's whole "For.
ign Legion" if reports of his rrmneuvers had not leaked out.
A captive who appeared on the program said the Domi.
nican Republic had planned to send 5000 men to invade
Castro began the nationwide tel television
evision television program last night with
background on the battle which
captured an invading C-46 plane
Thursday night at Trinidad, Cuba
He soon turned to the broader
question of Cuba's relations with
other states and the efforts of the
foreign ministers' conference in
Santiago, Chile, to solve Caribbean
He charged the conference was
part of a Dominican plat against
Cuba and therefore "withou mean meaning."
ing." meaning." "Look at Herter's speech at the
foreign ministers' conference,"
"H speaks of xp.ditions such
as th advtntur that involved 30
Cubans, while in the Americas
the need is to speak ef hunger.
"He makes no mention of the
horror that the tyranny of (Dom (Dominican
inican (Dominican strong man Rl Truji Truji-Ho)
Ho) Truji-Ho) signifies.
Castro said both Truiillo and Ni Ni-caraguan
caraguan Ni-caraguan President Luis Somoza
were' the "oroducts of interven intervention"
tion" intervention" themselves.
Castro spoke for three hours and
five minutes, prodded occasionally
bv n panel of newsmen.
'Then he sat back while the news-men
interviewed some of the eight
cantiired 'at Truudai last
-One of the captives, Luis Poio
Jr. son of the mayor of Havana
under former dictator FulgeneJo
Batista, Mid the invasion olan
was hatched and directed by Tru Tru-Nillo.
Nillo. Tru-Nillo. He said he doubted Batista
had anything to do with it.
Pozo said the overall plan called
for the eventual landing of 5000
men on Cuban territory. He said
this was not an impossible task be
cause Trujillo had 25,000 men un under
der under arms.
A "Spanish mercenary" who
landed with the plane said there
were 120 Spaniards serving in the
Dominican "foreign legion." as
well as Yugoslavs, Czechs, Cubans.
Arabs, Italians, Russians and per per-haDs
haDs per-haDs others.
. (In Ciudad Trujillo, the Domini
can government denied that any
attack on Cuba had originated on
Castro charged that "counter "counterrevolutionaries"
revolutionaries" "counterrevolutionaries" in Cuba had re received
ceived received one shipment of arms
from the United States and three
i from the Dominican Republic.
"I ask if planes that departed
from Miami can do this without
the complicity of United States au
: thorities," he said.
Castro's forces have been re
ported fighting rebel groups in Las
Villas province, in central Cuba,
all this week as well as conduct conduct-'
' conduct-' ing a roundup of an estimated 4000
persons suspected of being involved
In the conspiracy.
Past himself Cave credit to
American-born William Morgan,
31, a former U.S. Army paratroop paratrooper
er paratrooper of Toledo, Ohio, for acting as his
undercover agent and enticing the
plotters to land in Cuba.
Four men, two plotters and two
government soldiers were killed in
the gunfight at the Trinidad air airfield
field airfield in Las Villas Province in east eastern
ern eastern Cuba. Several others were
wounded and eight of the 10 men
aboard the plane were captured.
One of them was identified as Lt
Col. Antonio Soto, the pilot who
flew Batista to exile in the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic last Jan. 1. He was
Morgan and Eloyo Gutierrez Me Me-novo,
novo, Me-novo, both majors in the Castro ar army,
my, army, enticed the plotters to Trini
riad where Castro and a well-armed
force were waiting for them.
Castro decided to take a hand,
sources said, and leaped aboard
the C-M transport himself. The
.men aboard immediately recog recognized
nized recognized Mm and a firefight broke
ut. Castro presumably fired his
wn weapon in the brief ex exchange.
change. exchange. Pilot Soto tried to takeoff, but
was wounded in the exchange and
the plane did not leave the ground.
Yesterday several hundred wom women
en women parade around the presidential
palace in Havana demanding the
death penalty for the alleged coun
ter-revolutionaries who have been
It appeared that the arrests of
the more than 4000 suspects during
the last week and the rekure of
"military experts" arriving from
Dominican soil had ended a threat
to the Castro regime.
Government sources in Cienfue Cienfue-foa,
foa, Cienfue-foa, main city of Lai Villas Prov
ince, gave this account ot wnat
Morgan and Gutierrez, were con
tacted by anti-Castro Cubans plot
ting invasion. They agreed to worfc
against Castro but meanwhile kept
him fully informed.
Morgan was named military
chief of the planned uprising. He
went to the Dominican Republic to
discuss details with anti-Castro Cu Cubans
bans Cubans and to brief Dominican-trained
counter-revolutionaries on the
terrain of Las Villas.
He returned to Las Villas with
a boatload of 50 men and 70 ma ma-,
, ma-, chine guns.
The Castro forces were alerted
before hand and when the boat
landed, all aboard except Mor Morgan
gan Morgan were seized.
Thursday night, with Castro
troops dug in around the Trinidad
Airport, the C4fi twin-engine trans transport
port transport from the Dominican Republic
It landed at a signal from Mor Morgan.
gan. Morgan. Their men started to unload the
plane. But the pilot sensed some something
thing something wrong.
Castro .waiting quietly in the
darkness, leaped aboard. The gun gun-fight
fight gun-fight broke out and the invaders
Meanwhile in- Santiago. Chile.
the Ajsesican stafesffWeim-rrriwis-''
it,is piesseu jnew wiw yuan iwfvrt
easing tension" in, the pibbean
despite growing feeling that there
never ci$ be peace and friendshin
between Castro's Cuba and Truji Truji-llo's
llo's Truji-llo's Dominican Republic.
The delegates held a quiet ses session
sion session yesterday in contrast to the
meeting Thursday night which was
hastilv adjourned after the Cuban
and Dominican foreign ministers
exchanged bitter insults.
A burly Dominican bodyguard
was overheard m u r m u r i ng
threats against Cuban officials.
New security precautions were
taken following Cuban foreign min minister
ister minister Raul Roa's charges that there
were plots against his life.
Guards lined the stairs leading
down from the 15th floor roof gar
rlcn of the Carrera Hotel where the
delegates were meeting.
Many visitors to the meeting
were forced to get off the elevator
at the 14th floor and walk up the
The conference formed three
working groups to discuss 24 reso resolutions
lutions resolutions involving non-intervention,
human rights and economic prob problems.
lems. problems. Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico and
Peru were named to the commit committee
tee committee to thrash out principles of non nonintervention
intervention nonintervention by one country a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst another in the Americas.
The United States, Venezuela,
Salvador and Uruguay were as assigned
signed assigned to the economic committee
and Argentina, Panama, Bolivia
and Honduras took up human
The key issue remained the
Cuban minister Roa reported on
the Fidel Castro government's an announcement
nouncement announcement that a Dominican-based
plot has been smashed.
Observers said there seemed to
be no common ground for bringing
together Cuba and the Dominican
Republic for a settlement of their
dispute in which each country has
accused the other of plotting war
RP Judge Claims
Guard Chief Failed
To Hand Over Men
Fifth Circuit Judge AbelsrdoHe-j
rrera yesterday accused National
Guard commandant Col Bolivar
Vallarino of failing to heed two
requests to bring in a National
Guardsman accused of battery.
The judge ttrfeed Vallarino to
comply with thA request immedi immediately
ately immediately or face court action for con contempt.
tempt. contempt. The accusation is the result of
the filing of a formal charge
against Nicanor Fernandez, a
guardsman assigned to Cermcno,
for allegedly assaulting f'pledonia
Fernandez who owns a bar at
Cermeno is said to havp used his
policeman's staff to beat Aguilar
and break his arm during a dis discussion
cussion discussion over money.
The judge, said Fernandez was
still on duty at Cermeno despite
the court's order for his arrest.
THE WORLD JASMINE, 15,000 deadweight tons, drawing' 31 feet as she lay moored in Las Minas Bay, discharging 4000 measure measurement
ment measurement tons of cargo from Philadelphia for the refinery project of Refineria Panama, S.A. The arrival of this vessel marked an Im Important
portant Important milestone in the maritime history of Panama. It was the first large, modern, deepdraft, ocean vessel ever to enter and
dicharge cargo at a Panamanian
PC Pay Policy
At Chile Meet
SANTIAGO, Chile, Aug. X5
(UPI wl'anamanian. Foreign Miri
ly of foreign mirtistersrof the- va
rious American "hationij.
Speaking before :.a plenary ses session,
sion, session, Morenc declared, "Igual sa sa-lario
lario sa-lario por igual trabajo," referring
to differences between salaries
paid Pauamanian Canal workers
and American employes working
in the Canal Zone.
Moreno said "inequitable" treat treatment
ment treatment to Panamanians was the
main reason for the clash of in
terests between Panama and tne
Moreno also denounced a re recent
cent recent Panama invasion attempt
saying the government which is
"an expression of popular Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian opinion" was a victim of
aggression trom witnoui.
Moreno warned it American
foreign ministers cannot settle
troubled--Caribbean waters, "We
may have to take ditlernces 'o
the United Nations."
The Panamnian Foreign minis minister
ter minister lauded non-intervention policy
but said American peace demands
respect for human rights in each
nation's own house.
"International tranquility is de
pendent upon democratic govern
ment, respect lor justice ana eco economic
nomic economic progress."
Moreno endorsed several propo proposals
sals proposals for large scale development
programs in Latin America.
Olympic Torch Torch-trs
trs Torch-trs Federal Crime
McALESTER, Okla. (UPI)
The battery powered Olympic
friendship torch was snitched
from a Boy Scout honor guan! it
city hall last night, and
police said today it's a federal
The torch, on a Boy Scout
hand-to-hand trip from Mexico
City, site ol last year's Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Games, to Chicago, site
of this year's, was recovered-
somewhat battered but still burn burning
ing burning bright less than two hours
after its abduction.
Charles Turnho. 18, was arrest arrested
ed arrested on suspicion of snatching ii,
and two other youths, who re
turned the torch and implicated
Turnho. were held as material
Police Chief Elmer Durant told
Turmbo he'd have to talk to fed federal
eral federal officers about the prank be because
cause because the torch is federal proper
ty Tho international light of
friendship belongs to the Atom it it-Energy
Energy it-Energy Commission, it was said.
The torch arrived here
last night, after completing the
first third of its journey from
scout council to scout council
across Oklahoma, and was placed
on display with an honor guard
in the lobby of city hall.
The angry scouts reported that
a vouth ran Into the building
nushed Ihem aside, snatched the
torch and ran out again before
they knew what was up.
istfitMifiuel J. iVIorenojienounc-Ufi-nn-iet supervision and
BTlliP United StaWTaMma Of- IM1 skT- V
PC Geb Fast 1960 Start"
StesSia Hits New High;
First Large Cargo Vessel Enters Port
Under Panama Control At Las Minas Bay
History was made early one
morning recently -when the
first large modern deep-water
cao vessel enUfred a port
completely under Panama gov-
f,t.;v elfihtef! i.tart.kVcd bv D
K.-T.udwia 'siiatlonftl Bwik
Carriers who iin8tUcting the
Panama Refinery, entered Las
Minas Bay, the refinery site.
Las Minas Bay is located ap approximately
proximately approximately six miles southeast
of the Cristobal breakwater, it
is a natural harbor protected by
reefs which act as a breakwater
provlnding better protection
for vessels than is afforded to
ships in Limou Bay of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal.
Entrance to vessels has
been facilitated by marking a
channel with buoys and navi navigational
gational navigational ranges from the sea
into the bay, and the only
navigational hazard is a
sunken vessel, soon to be
demolished, which narrows
the entrance channel to 480
feet for a short distance in
the approach to the inner
This momentous occasion
went completely unnnoticed?by
the multitude, and few still
real'ze the magnitude of the
future possibilities of this event
on the economy cf Panama.
The signing by President de
la Guardia of a contract with
18 New Apprentices
Hired By Pan Canal
Under 1959 Program
Eighteen apprentices have
been hired by the Panama Canal
Company under the 1959 aP
prenticeship program which be began
gan began last month. The names of
(he new apprentices were in included
cluded included on the list of new em employes
ployes employes issued by the Personnel
Five of the new appre n t i c e s
now stunying sKiueo crans un under
der under the Canal apprenticeship
program are Panamanian ci't ci't-zens.
zens. ci't-zens. The annrenticeshins were of
fored In the mechinical and eloi
trical crafts with openings of
fered nn both sides of the 1st .1
mus. Written examinations for
Ih group nf qualified candidate-
of United States and Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian fitizenuhip were eld in
The names of the apprentices
selected under this yar's uro urogram
gram urogram and crafts which thy ."re
Richard C Bailey shimvr'"h:
.Tames .1. Boughner, John A. Mc Mc-Natt,
Natt, Mc-Natt, Francisco Perez A and
James Morris, electricians. .Times
P. Bradley. Powerhouse opera operator:
tor: operator: Richardo Chen, r.,mbinat'on
welder: Julian W. Crouch. Jr.,
and Richard N. Ph'llips machin machinist;
ist; machinist; Robert S. Mill, cable ic ic-er;
er; ic-er; George R. May centr;,! of office
fice office repairman:, Harold M.
Meyer and Joseph "icero nlumb nlumb-er;
er; nlumb-er; III S. Sanders II, electro electro-nics
nics electro-nics mechanic: John R Smi'h
boilermaker; Herminio K. Wong,
pipefitter; Raul Swalm. "itiinfit
ter; and Norman Pedersn, sheet
D. K. Ludwig's Kefincria Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, S.A., for the construc construction
tion construction of a refiner on the
Atlatnic side ofihe i'sthmus
nvade Pahama)T dream, lor
their owfh .controlled
PflA6ll ft rHtv.--' -r
Bv ttr-! -Stage twist of fate the
31 feet, was
Zone Police Nab,
fry, Jail Burglar
Suspect Post Haste
Canal Zone police may have set
some sort of record yesterday when j
an arrested suspect was bound n n-ver
ver n-ver to U.S. District Court tor trie I
in less than three hours from the
time he allegedly committed the.
Miguel Angel Romero, 22-year
old Panamanian, waived a preli
minary hearing in Balboa Magis
trate's Court and was bound over
for trial at District Court on a
charge of burglary. His bail was
fixed at $500.
Romero was arrested at 11 a m.
yesterday by a radio patrolman
who spotted him in the immediate
vicinity of Lucille Bryan's Ancon
quarters. In the arrested man's
possession was personal proprety
alleged to have been stolen from
the Bryan home.
Shortly after 1 p.m. Romero was
brought before Magistrate John E.
Deming, but waived his prelimina
ry hearing. Since burglary is a
felony, punishable by 1 to 14 yea's
in the penitentiary, Romero must
be tried in District Court.
By 1:30 the suspect was bedded
down in Trails Tropical Inn, where
he will remain for temporary safe safekeeping.
keeping. safekeeping. Negro School Run
By Racist Cull
rvp-rnAiT ,t'pm riiv nn
slate authorities today investi
natcri the operation
Neero school run by a
preaches hatred for all whites.
The school calls itself the "Uni "Uni-versilv
versilv "Uni-versilv of Islam" though it sup supposedly
posedly supposedly teaches 1? elementary
and secondarv grades with five
teachers for 102 students.
Th,. Stale Department of Public
Instruction in Lansing could
turn up no record hn! the school
was approved, nor that the teach teachers
ers teachers were qualified.
Tt is operated by a cult that
calls itself Muhammad's Temple
of Islam No. 1, which professes
to have headquarter"; in Chicago.
It purports to be a Mohammedan
relieious cult followins the teach teachings
ings teachings of the Koran. However, ortho
dox groups of Moslems claim the
cult has no connection with them.
Citv health, fire and school of
ficials saic' the classrooms at the
"temple" were run dcrwn and un unfit
fit unfit and unsafe for holding classes.
Thev said the room where classes
were held was poorly iigniea ana
(Photo by Scott, Colon i
piloted into the new port by
one of the -refinery's staff who
many years ago was a pilot on
the Panama Canal. The vessei
Was Successfully anchored?' ana
moored -jrifhtafy theid-of "fug
:&oate,;atp6int in the chan
nel msxant approximately 1-
of a mile from the refinery site
of Payardi Peninsula.
Before long Refineria Pan Panama
ama Panama personnel and dodging
equipment will have dredged
Las Minas Bay to 50 feet and
built for Panama ai the re re-finerys
finerys re-finerys expense a dock capable
of berthing modern cargo ves vessels.
sels. vessels. On completion. Las M ir s
Bay will be the deepest dral,-
dredged harbor in the world
and Ludwig's large super supertankers
tankers supertankers can enter without dif difficulty,
ficulty, difficulty, discharge and load
oil cargoes. There will h e
areas nearby the dock where
warehouses can be construct- 1
ed and the road now connect connecting
ing connecting the refinery with the
north of Cativa, will he ex extended
tended extended to the dock area.
This port will make it pos possible
sible possible for Panama industry and
merchants to land and ship
their merchandise at much
:owr costs. Speculation is Mali
that this port will assit the
Colon Free Zone in coniba I ii : K
high handling and stcverlnnng
costs of the Canal Zone ports.
Of Balboa, Cristobal Jr. ROTC Units
Maj. Thomas E. Bruskotter, a
veteran of World War II and
the Korean action, and a para parachutists
chutists parachutists with airborne divisions
until his present assignment, is
the new commandant of the
Junior ROTC organizations in
Balboa and Cristobal High
Schools this year. Bruskotter was
stationed in the Pacific Thea Theatre
tre Theatre three times ajid in Greece
once, but this is his first as assignment
signment assignment to the Canal Zone.
He was born in Ottawa, Ohio,
'anrt nnenoen scnoo incit- i"
jat Austin Peay State Co il le g e,
lll d t.uiv,i.l.iir.o..... v
MUIpH in thp Ohio National
Guard and, after a tour ot ac-i
1 ve riu v. attended 1 n 1 a n 1 1 y
CCS where he received a com commission
mission commission as second lieutenant.
From 1941 to 1945 he served m
the Pacific Theatre with the
81st Infantn Division. He was
Military Mission Training Of Officer
ficer Officer in Greece from 1918 to
1949 and then was assigned as
Reserve T'nil instructor in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago 111. Bruskotter saw action
in Korea v;th the 40th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Division and since 19.r3 had
been assigned to airborne activi activities.
He holds thr Rnmre Star with
two Oak I,eaf Clusters, the Army
Commendation ledal. Greek War
Cross. Combat Infantry Radge
with Star am.
father of three
In the tOTC
llie Senior Para-
narried and the
headq u a r e r s
who title is
professor of Military Science and
Tactics, are two assistants,
The number of ocean-going transits, the amount of
cargo carried, and the tolls collected d uring the first
month of the Fiscal Year 1960 continued on a high level,
according to official figures released at Balboa Heights
Transits for July totaled 906 ocean-going ships of
which 19 were US-Government owned. The total was only'
seven less, than the number of ships making the canal
transit during the record breaking month of May 1959.
Also during July, there were 64 ships under 300 tons
using the Canal and six others listed as free transit or
Cargo carrier on commercial ships of all types using
the Canal during July was 4,838,691 long tons, a de decrease
crease decrease of only 25,000 long tons from the record establish establish-ed
ed establish-ed in May In addition there were 96,962 long tons of
cargo carried on Government-owned ships.
Although the number of transits and the amount of
cargo was slightly below the record set in May, tolls reach reached
ed reached a new high of $4,312,224, of which $90,238 was tolls
J-.i. II C f I V 1
creairs on u.j. uuvernmenr
The, 4th;,SRrmiverRary of the
opening of the-- Paniana Canal
to 'commercial' traffic one of
the great events of the 20th
eentury history occurs to today:
day: today: Since Aug. 15, 1914, nearly
300,000 ships of all categories
have made the trip through
the. waterway between the
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Ofi these over 218,00 have been
ocian-going commercial ves ves-selp.
selp. ves-selp. The Canal's 45th anniversary
is being observed by no spe special
cial special cermeonies and it is only
hanoenstance thai the date
falls on a non-work day for
most employes 01' the Canal
organization. The waterway
is operating as usuiii and the
hudreds whose jobs pertain to
Hs operation are working as
Despite the tremendous flow
of traffic throut;n the Canal,
it has only been within recent
months that the waterway has
been pinched for size or capa capacity.
city. capacity. The steady rise of tiatlic
through the Canal since the
close ol World War II nas
brought the traffic level well
above all but the rosiest fore
M Sgt. James E. Kollars, ROTC
Sergeant Major; and Sfc. Richard
R. Golden. Supply Sergeant.
The latter began duty with the
ROTC last April.
Capt. Acy L. Swaney is assis assistant
tant assistant prolesMii of Mihtar. Scien Science
ce Science and Tactics. His assistants,
who will serve as instructors,
are Sfc. Richard W. Chambers
and Sfc Wilford D. Goff at
Balboa High School; M Sgl. Ha
rold M. Grain and Set. Thomas
F. Mctcalf at Cristobal High
School, Sgt. Metcalf also joined
the ROTC staff last April.
' -HA TO1
During the1 fiscal year ended i'1
ih June, all former reffinrda nn
ments were broken.-
All daily and monthly statis statistics
tics statistics have had to be revised up upwards
wards upwards many times in the past
The far I that it required 45
years before the Canal ca capacity
pacity capacity was approached by
traffic volume attests the
sagacity of its planners and
builders of over 50 years ago.
The original plans for the
Panama Canal had called for
locks only 100 i'eet wide and a
200-foot width for Culebra
It was not until 1908, some
50 years ago last year, that the
existing measurements of 110 110-foot
foot 110-foot width for the Locks and
300 feet for Gaillard Cut were
At that time the wider locks
were not considered essential
for future commercial traffic
and the changes was made at
the insistence of the Navy.
Canal Co. Division
To Do Corgas Job;
M. D!J. n
iNo diqs Keceivea
The work of installing a ven ven-tillation
tillation ven-tillation system for the steriliz sterilizer
er sterilizer room in the operating suite at
Gnrgas Hospital will be done by
the Panama Canal Maintenance
Division, it was announced at
Balbon Heights yesterday.
Bids were solicited on the pro project
ject project last month but none was re received
ceived received at the formal openin
August 12 in the Administratioo
The specifications for the pro project
ject project provide that the ex i 1 1 i n g
fans in the windows of the auto autoclave
clave autoclave and sterilizing rooms b
removed and air filters be ins ins-tailed
tailed ins-tailed in the window openings.
The framing is to be altered
and new framing constructed
for the proper installation of the
The project is to be completed
within approximately 60 days af
ter work is started.
Now Dig This
Frank McGahey, who does the
spadework at El Rancho Garden,
today reported confusion in ar archaeological
chaeological archaeological circles. Seems that
the experts who long have due thl ".
area for pre-Colombian artifactt
are turning out tonight to dig con
temporary Colombian Pacho Gi-
lan instead, at the historic tradinf
post 0 f Kl Rancho. Artifacts involv-
ed include a passel of pre-Gerry ;
Mulligan saxophones and Emilia
Valencia, reports McGahey, "brail "brail-dishing
dishing "brail-dishing his fly whisk and adjusting
his elephant hunter s hat. He
confident that the organizers of
the opposition digging operation at
the Quarry Heights gate are on
the wrong track. There wa assur-
ance in his voice as he declared
that McGahey's Merecumbe would
rival the Rosetta Stone and thrt
Etruscan urns in the annaW d
whatever it is he was talking about.
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, With reference to two separate political meetings of Panaman Panamanians
ians Panamanians ol West Indian origin with top-echelon national politicians,
which I attended within ihs last three weeks: 1 am surprised at the
lack ot purposeiulness exhibited by the colored people. Alter both
meetings, the politicians we were invited to meet must have lett with
the impressio ulnal ,e are a politically immature people whose wants
are few and insignilicant.
' At the lirsl meeting there was nothing to eat and drink. The
crowd was smaller, and although evidently purposeless, was more
At the second meeting there was plenty to eat and drink, the
crowd was much larger, was equally purposeless, and less serious.
At the first meeting the crowd was timid lo ask tor commitment
Of better all-around civil guarantees in return for our votes. A part
of the crowd even exhibited impatience when mention was made of
the intention to ask for a promise of equal opportunity, without re reservation,
servation, reservation, for Panamanians of West Indian origin in return for our
At the second meeting, as if they were not interested, although
it was explained in both Spanish and English that the meeting was
Informal, and that it was intended to afford them an opportunity to
v discuss the civil problems and disadvantages affecting us nationally,
the people interrupted every effort that was made to secure assur assurance
ance assurance that in appreciation for our votes, efforts would be made by
those who we favor with our votes to correct existing inequities and
discriminatory practices against Panamanians of West Indian origin
by certain public institutions.
At this meeting an opportunity to bargain was crowded out by
a barrage of untimely questions and debates and too much attention
was given bv most of the crowd to eating and drinking.
. For the good of all, we plead for a more intelligent, courageous,
and responsible behavior on such occasions.
We must sivp intelligent attention to the slated purpose of future
Occasions of the kind if we are to achieve worthwhile result.
Both meetings have been unproductive of specific result because
of our failure to show coherence in objective asniratmn
Andrei L. Lawson.
There's a story going around that the pressers in the Ancon
laundrv are managing to carry on a sizeable business on their own
account, at 20 cents for pressing a pair of pants and 40 cents for
Regardless of the truth or otherwise of the story, the owners of
small laundries in Panama believe that the difficult times they are
going through are due in part to such illegal competition.
I have been told that at Santa Cruz, the emergency housing area
for the victims of the San Miguel fire, not one of the 1500 residents
patronizes Panama laundries.
According to. the stories I hear, from Chnrrillo to Carsasquilla
there are individuals going from house to house carrying small
packages which, if opened, would reveal about a dozen pairs of pants
n their way to the Ancon Laundry. A refinement, so it is said, is
to sling a raincoat over the shoulders to hide the pants that are be being
ing being carried.
I even hear thai at least one pickup point for the laundry work
has been established, with the agent who watches the stuff getting
I'm in no position to check out the accuracy of these slories thai
are circulating, but they have become so persistent that the proper
authorities may be wise to see whether there is any foundalion for
The past week's running account of the Zonians and their terri
ble tax problems provides much food for thoughtful chewing.
It has provided a floodlighted look into these high-minded souls
who. at terrible sacrifices of priceless blessings normally conferred
by life in the t'SA. have dedicated their lives to the Panama Canal.
Such nobility moves me to tears. All is not lost, the world may
yet be redeemed from Lucifer while such selflessness still roams
the earth in man's image.
But alas, now comes news that Uncle Sam's pocket wherein re
posed securely the public till has a tiny hole, and what do we find?
Noble fellows rushing to mend the tear and breech the public danger?
However sadly, no. Rather a mad frenzied scramble of each lo
get his hot palm into the till while the getting's good. And not even
an orderly queue. Everybody at once. So the tear keeps getting a
little bigger and a little bigger still.
Cruelly disillusioned 1 retire to my shop where, in pursuit of no nobility
bility nobility to the end. 1 silently give thanks for small favors and ply my
trade on moneylender.
Posterity will recall 1 did my best. 1 tried In push into the head
of the line as a Balboa Heights paperclip inspector, but was recog recognized
nized recognized and nearly lynched for the deception.
The subject of Panama Canal traffic and transits has rome to
the fore on many occasions this year. Your newspaper nas in fact
used material on this subject for your main story on more than one
In view of the fact that the entire population of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and the entire Panamanian working force in the Canal
Zone are there for one purpose only to put ships through the big
ditch I think it would be interesting and worthwhile if your paDer
published a daily tally of the number of ships to transit the Canal.
You' might put this on a box on either the front or back nage in
somewhat the same manner as you handle the weather and possibly
break the day's total transits into Northbound, Southbound, Ocean
Going Vessels and Total Vessels.
If any other of your readers think this would he worthwhile T
wish they would wrile In and say so. I for one think it would be an
interesting daily feature.
Anparently the trend of the Administration Is lo deprive the peo
pie of benefits that have accrued throughout the years through pro progressive
gressive progressive rieveloomenl. As an example, the closing of facilities.
It is difficult to understand the attitude of some officials Per
bans the promotional svstem of longevity of service rather than a
bility is the cause for this retrogressive action Obviously the mind
advances along with environment.
Now this jocose drama is ehoul to be performed bv other Thes
plans. A miasmic wind is blowing whirh will prove to he nauseating
to sportsman. The standards of the AAU will he relegated to the
In future events, the local talent will dictate the rules, thereh'
sowing the seeds of confusion, discontent and favoritism. In brief
please re-read paragraph two.
Any potential greats among future conteslanU are now assure1
of anonimity. The silence of the tomb will be the applause and ac
claim received for their efforts to maintain the spirit of true sports
PANAMA AMIMICAN PRUa, INC.
r H A It
S i 70
By VICTOR RIESEL
ZANZIBAR : There was a long
blade in tne sash of the filthy
"skirt" of t.ie Dare cnested capi capi-ain
ain capi-ain of the dnow. There was as
much ugliness on the laces ot his
six man ,rew as there was dirt
on his shallow kee.ed sailing
smuggling cralt and as mucn
hatnu lor Americans. The Arab
had us on a lonely dock. We had
come to see wnat smuggling trail
were like. We saw. We were jeer
ed at and insulted.
Our driver, Mr. K. S. Mkumbi,
gut us out and we headed lor
Zanzibar town. From tnat ugly
caplain of the dhow on that In Indian
dian Indian Ocean dock lo Harry Bridges
on the San Francisco walerironl
may be a long and somewhat in
direct line, but hold on and I'll
trace it for you.
Active on these -'aterfronts half halfway
way halfway across th world, in Dar Es,
Salaam and Zanzibar and Mom Mombasa,
basa, Mombasa, is the apparatus of the Mos
cow-directed World Federazaiion
of Trade Unions. It has infiltrat infiltrated
ed infiltrated something called the Interna
tional Confederation of Arab U U-nions
nions U-nions and our intelligence peo people
ple people in Washington can prove that
the WFTU has very detailed plans
for capturing East African labor.
This would put Moscow's Com Communist
munist Communist Party Central Committee
in a position to cut us off from
this part of the world or force
our cargo ships to travel thou thousands
sands thousands of costly miles farther lo
reach vital bases, oil fields, and
So strategic, for example, is
the Sultan's Zanzibar, that the
British plan never to give up
Britain's colonial policies call
for independence of practically
all its holdings except Gibraltar,
Gambia, Aden and Zanzibar.
This, of course, the Soviet
roreign omce knows as well as; NAMES DON'T MAKE NEWS:
our State Dept. So the Hus.-ian Krrol Flynn, the rich man's re re-strategy
strategy re-strategy is aimed a; toppling, De and Rick Allord, a Maria
uiesepoims irom wunin. inc,
Kremlin knows what lew busy A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans know and thai is that
at the base of most African na national
tional national movements are new labor
federations. This is true over in
Dar Ks Salaam, capital of Tan
There the Tanganyikan Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor is the power base
of Julius Nyercre's Tangayika A A-frican
frican A-frican National Union (TANU )
which will rule that country next
year. Up in Nairobi, capilal of
Kenya, the base of power for 28-year-old
Tom Mhoya I who has a
touch of Harry Belafonle in him)
is the Kenya Federation of Lab Labor.
or. Labor. Mboya will some day be the
(African Prime Mil liter ol an
independent Kenya, Today these
ijien are anti Communist and
powerful friends of the United
Men like these two sland be between
tween between the Russians and the turn turning
ing turning of the African continent into
Therefore it is natural for the
Soviets to altempl to inlillrale or
to destroy the labor unions of our
friends who soon will govern
And the headquarters of the
Kremlin's drive for labor power
of Africa s 100,000.00(1 African
workers is Khartoum, in the Su
From that sub Sahara city, Sov
ici agems wno are specialists in
the customs of each region an
dispatched to communities such
as Zanzibar. Here they keep
close tabs on the burgeoning Zan
zibar Federation of Labor and
work, with the underworld such as
the dhow captain I mentioned for
exactly the same purnosc thev
work with the underworld in the
U.S. to infiltrate unions by buy
ing muscle for terror.
II was on Mav 3rd -,fi thai ihr
Sudanese Communist Parlv was
launched with much of its pow pow-re
re pow-re base in the Sudan Workers
Trade Union Federation. Leader
of the Soviet operalion's was
Shafi Ahmad ash-Shaykh. who
took his orders direct from the
Soviet's world labor chiefs run
nine the WFTU. He was so trust
ed by Moscow thai he was made
"account executive" in charge of
African labor for fie Kremlin.
Moscow made him a vice presi president
dent president of the anti-United States
World Federation of Trade U U-nions.
nions. U-nions. Last December 3rd the
Sudanese government jailed him.
On April 6th Moscow named a
new African labor chief Ibrahim
Zacharia,. also of the Sudan. He
was made a Secretary of the
WFTU, working under ils chair
man, Agostino Novella. Moscow's
global labor chief charged with
destroying the prestige of the
U S. amongst all workers of the
Novella's own headquarters, the
powerful Communist Italian Fed
eralion of Labor, is in Rome. It
was comrade Novella who drove
oul lo Ciampini Airport there to
erfel Harry Bridges last winter.
Jt was Novella who saw that
Harry Bridges was comfortable
in Rome. It was Novella who
look Harry Bridges to the Com Communist
munist Communist labor headquarters for a
lonr. long briefing. He wanted
Hai-eY Bridges lo bp informed.
I thought you might like to be
briefed, too, about a corner of
the world so few people peer into.
REDS INTERCET SAMPANS
HONG KONG (UPI) A Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese gunboat today
fired on four sampans loaded with
"hinese Teeing to the Portuguese
sland of Macao and raptured
hree of them, it was reported to to-lay.
lay. to-lay. One boat with eight Chinese
board made it safely to Macao
arbor, just off the Chinese main main-ind.
ind. main-ind. The other three were towed
'lack to Lappa, the Communist
commune on the river opposite
McDonain ex al. nost caused a ri-
ot at Fire Island horsing around
with five young bikini-clad love-
les. A cop had to quiet everyone
down. ..Frank Sinatra told a mag
scribe that his voice isn t what it
used to be. (Br;ging again). .
My Times Square spy reports
that when Mike Wallace's 1 e g-
man was filming a man-in-the-
strcet interview on Dick Nixon,
he couldn't iind anyone who dis disliked
liked disliked Nixon, so after pleading for
a Nixon-hater a guy who looked
nd acted like a stooge popped
popped out of the crowd and said
"I don t like him. My spy re reports
ports reports that the two engaged in low
conversation after the show. My
spy followed the man-in-the seei
around the corner to an office
building where several "libera!"'
and egghead outfits have t h i t
headquarters. (But don't draw a a-ny
ny a-ny inferences from this. Theio
are other businesses there too).
. .They hadn'i laid Biilie Holliday
away before the battle began o o-ver
ver o-ver the posthumous royalties.
Jimmy Monroe, a doorman at
the Monsignore. has lawyers look looking
ing looking in it to protect "his rights.
Gals stubborn as mules seldom
wind up with jools.
BUT DAMES DO MAKE
NEWS: Apparently playgal Lenore
Lemmon's life slory (from Jakie
Webb, the Vanderbilt' "heir" to
Tarzanl will be written. Other Otherwise
wise Otherwise why was she huddling with
writers Gen? Towne and Collie
Small at Lawlon Carver's?. .
Sandra Dee, of the flicks, and
Timmy Everett are June in July i Cutler, the lovelight vou see in
(but it's August now ) . Garbo her eyes is only flasnint creen creen-hits
hits creen-hits 54 on Sept. 18. (She says.), back. .How time flies depl: One
Today's Dauv Doubles: Actress
Elaine Sirilch and Jack Price. .
Disc jock William B. Williams
and Do.tie Mack. .Comic Marty
A'len and .lean Weiner. .Lo', meo Salta's chef. .Vmenn del del-Fisl
Fisl del-Fisl er, "My Fair Lady's" .fair :1a Chiesa. the sensational singer
lady and Jim Kane, the male! who nreems at the Latin Quarter
model, weren't exactly hiding a- tonirh isn't letting her recenl
way at the Bon Vivant, down on
36th St. Doris Dowling (the fith
or 7th ex-Mrs. Artie Shaw) and
Chris Isherwood caught up t )
each other. .Tip to Tessies: Make
5 Car accessory
15 Irish rascals
5 Pedal digit
S German city
10 English river
17 Negative word 20 Goods cast
18 Mamaie god overboard
37 Eye part
37 TV groups
42 Social Insect
68 Brazilian coin
67 Arrow poison
88 Those In favor
89 Small child
The Other Side of the Mattress
sure he has the capital before
you take an interest.
THIS IS MY TOWN (But don't
blame me for what happens):
Among the sights stiown Anna
Magnani by Sidney Pcitier and
Paddy Chayevsky were an "inter "interracial"
racial" "interracial" pick-up joint on 3rd St.
and a queer pad on Second Ave
. .East-siders would starve if it
weren't for a tiny town in North Northern
ern Northern Italy named Borgomanero.
Gene Cavallero, of the swank Col Colony
ony Colony Restaurant (now beautifully
refurbished) and chi chi El Mo Morocco's
rocco's Morocco's John Percna were school schoolmates
mates schoolmates there. Another product ;s
Armando, of the fine eaterie ol
the same name, who is Perona's
cousin. (But I bet you can't get
a meal in Borgomanero.). .Sing
er Dinah Washington, s e v e r e o
from her fifth (musician E, d d i e
Charftblee) fells friends her sixth
will be Harlem cabbie Horatto
Maillard. .Sammy Kaye's para
keet grounded since he hit tne
wall in Sammy's new Park Ave
luxury apartment. .Sign in a
bar: Maybe your wife doesn't un understand
derstand understand you but our bouncer
DEPT. OF SO-WHAT: Audrey
Meadows and Walter Trouiman
at Erika's hideaway. (Erika
wants a couple of Oriental cock cocktail
tail cocktail gals). .Thos" Swiss tax
laws are so nice: Yul Brynner
tarrying there near Bill Holdc
Curt Jurgens. Rex Harrison, Mel
Ferrer and Audrey Hepburn.
(Pretty soon there won't be any anyone
one anyone here.). .Who says Gotham's
dead in Summer'' Newest class class-erie
erie class-erie is tie ArDCggio in E. 52nd.
According to b?nd leader Ben
Copacabana show is Rosemarie.
of tonight s headliners in the new
(Formerly "Baby Rosemar'e ").
.Romeo Salta's chef is still Ro
Kniel-i with fhn 1 a w het Hniirn
Her roh"nr?als wer" the r",nl
thing. She's go ng to be a smash.
. .A mink fur gotten cannot be
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SMOGVILLE ON THE PACl
iFIC: (Hollywood that is): Jill St.
John's alibi for no marrying
Lance Reventlow: Her career!.
. .Zeppo Marx and Mary Mc Mc-Clure.
Clure. Mc-Clure. .Eddie Foy III consoled
by Pat Doland, Arthur Murray
TV dancer, since breaking with
My Fair Lady s Cathy Conk Conk-lin.
lin. Conk-lin. .Beity Hutton must be build
ing up to something. Descriued
writer Stanley Roberts as "one
of the most interesting men I'Vv
ever met." (What'sa matter mit
me, Betty?). .It's no imitation
of life for "Imitation of Lit.'s"
Susan Kohner and Troy Dona
nue. .Alan Ladd's 16-year-old A
lana, and Christ Seitz, grandson
of director George Seitz, are en
joying puppy love. Wonder :?
Zsa Zsa knows (or cares) that h'?r
"finace" Hal Hayes is going stea
Idy with Jeanne Tesloff
Holly wood starlet fthe
. ,.To a
mantic setting is one with a dia diamond
mond diamond in it.
BASEMEN NEXT STOP (Every (Everyone
one (Everyone off): What happened to the
long time friendship between Har Harry
ry Harry Belafonte and Farley Gran Granger?
ger? Granger? According to intimates,
they ain't pals no more. Did pro
'essional jealousy break up the
Damon-Pythias bit?. . Hottest
new comic in the country is Cor Cor-bett
bett Cor-bett Monica who got his first
plug here. .Judi Meredith-Iv in
Townsend Smith idyll no more.
He's been dating Countess Row
anie Jeanne (and what country is
she a countess of?) in Hollv
wood. .John Johnson publisher
of "Ebony" and "Jet," the ni
lion's top sepia magazines, ac accompanied
companied accompanied Dick Nixon to Russia
and assured him of the suppor i,f
the Negro press. .The press a a-gent
gent a-gent says here that Richard Bur
ton forbade his kid sister to ot
him in "Look Back in Anger ''
Too rough for the young. .Eddie
Condon promised Faith Dane, hu
gle-blowing stripper in "Gypsy,"
that she could sit in with th
boys in his jazz joint and toot her
(Presented by th. Depart ment j
of Christian Education of the i
Episcopal Church in tha Mis Mis-sionary
sionary Mis-sionary Diocese of tha Panama
"Can tha pray bo taken from 1
tha migh'y, er the captives of a
tyrant ba rascuod? j
Isaiah's question is one we are
asking all the time. How can we
get free of the mess we have
made of our lives'' Everyone of;
us is held prisoner by circum-!
anios which : -rni beyond his j
control. It may be a job which
i; i 'lead end, a physical disabi disability
lity disability or a bad habit we cannot j
brrnk. social responsibilities we I
cannot avoid. No matter, w are
There is something locked up in
the 'le.irt "f a man thai craves
freedom. This Is Second Isaiah's
concern, 'he release of Israel
from its dispersion among the na na-'!nns.
'!nns. na-'!nns. Even mora be is concerned
that It be delivered from its des despair
pair despair and defeatism. For the cap captivity
tivity captivity of the heart and the mind
is 'he worst form of slavery. It
Is to this that th. Bible speaks.
Second Isaiah dares to answer
our question afirmstively. Cod
can rieHvei a mm from any ty tyranny
ranny tyranny that holds him captive.
Surelv, thus says the frd:
Even the captives of the m;ghty
hall be bken. xnd the orev of
the tyrant be rescued. It Is as we
serve Him that we are free. This
will come out In the following
fact apropos the President's ofi-the-record
dinner for a few chosen
newsmen is that Sen. Thruston
Morton of Kentucky, the GOP
national chairman, had a similar
dinner with newsmen and got
bawled out for it by the White
Another interesting fact is that
Ike is staging a repeat soon,
with the following chosen
few among the guests: John 0' 0'-B
B 0'-B r i e n, Philadelphia Inquirer;
William Stringer, Christian
Roscoe Drummond, columnist;
William Stringer, Christian
Science Monitor; Bob Roth, Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia Bulletin- and Arthur
Krock. New York Times.
At the first dinner, the chosen
few repaired immediately after afterward
ward afterward to the Statler Hotel, where
they rented a room and prepared
a comprehensive memo on every everything
thing everything Ike said. Then they decided
what could and should be printed.
A coin wa flipped to see whether
the story would be released to
a.m. or p.m. papers. The p.m.'s
This was how Eisenhower leak leaked
ed leaked at this private dinner for news newsmen.
men. newsmen. Here is how Morton leaked at
his private dinner for which the
White House bawled him out:
Ike never really took command
of the Republican party.
"The first surrender was at
Morningside Heights," said Mor Morton,
ton, Morton, referring to Eisenhower's
adoption of the Taft program in
the fall of 1952. "After that there
were a lot of other surrdners.". .
The budget estimates for 1961
are shoking the GOP national
chairman told dinner guests. The
budget figure, he said, will be
"pretty close" to $82 billion, and
he's terribly worried over the
prospect of the GOP going into
the 1960 election with an unbalanc unbalanced
ed unbalanced budget. .
Morton is afraid Ike is going to
get "veto happy" and slap Con Congress
gress Congress with so many vetoes that
he'll give the impression of a
"negative administration." (This
is what the Senate liberals have
been telling Lyndon Johnson
namely that Eisenhower can use
his veto too often.). .Ike refers
to the veto as his "veto pistol,"
according to Morion.
Vice President Richard M.
Nixon is pretty sure to get the
GOP nomination in 1960, Morton
said. Nixon has about 80 percent
of the GOP pros behind him.
They are the boys who make up
the national convention and
they're plugging for Nixon.
Rpckeleller doesn't have much
chance to overtake him unless
Nixon makes, a very poor show showing
ing showing in the polls or in the prima primaries.
ries. primaries. .Morton further observed
that Nelson Rockefeller won't go
kfor the nomination unless he is
convinced Nixon can't win.
(Rockefeller's friends don't
agree.) Rockefeller won't quit the I
Governorship of New York to
accept a Vice Presidential nomi nomination
nation nomination in any event. .When Nel Nelson
son Nelson Rockefeller came to Washing Washington
ton Washington to speak at the GOP Capitol
Hill Club he had a private talk
with Morton, at which Morton as assured
sured assured him he would get the same
breaks as Nixon even though not
a candidate. He'll be informed of
all key decisions before they are
announced. . Morton claimed
Rockefeller's speech before the
Capitol Hill Republican Club was
not supposed to be a campaign
kickoff. "Rockefeller was embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed by the thing," said Mor Morton,
ton, Morton, "but once the buildup started
he couldn't back out."
The one Republican leader who
gets on Ike's nerves is Coneress-
I man nioL- Cimnenn rf Dann,,,!,,.
nia. "When he's in the room,"
confided the GOP chariman,
"you can feel the chill." . .
Simpson is a Pennsyl-ania high
tariff conservative who has i
fought Ike on reciprocal trade
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Slate
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loam with guarantees on first mortgage:
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual t&fety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
ion Central Ave. at
earner of "I" Street
3. A. De KOUX,
Prom 1:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from t:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
- Go -Round
and is also chairman of the Re Republican
publican Republican Committee tor Re-Elect-mg
This makes Ike unhappy. He
would be glad to see Simpson re relieved
lieved relieved of the job. However, fol following
lowing following the fight to oust ex -speaker
Joe Martin from the Republic Republican
an Republican leadership of the House, other
Republican leaders urged caution
on another purge. It would split
the party wide open.
Morton 'himself also seemed
quite down on Dick Simpson,
claimed only 10 percent of the
money Simpson raised went to
support congressional candidates
in 1958. The rest was spent on
Simpson's top-heavy staff.
Ike is entirely happy with the
other GOP leaders, says Mor Morton,
ton, Morton, in fact, much happier than
with Joe Martin of Massachusetts
and Sen. Bill Knowland of Cali California.
fornia. California. The President now enjoys
his Tuesday meetings with GOP
leaders, likes to work with Char Charley
ley Charley Halleck of Indiana, .who re replaced
placed replaced Martin, and Sen. Everett
Dirksen of Illinois who replaced
Once a decision is reached Ike
finds both will support it. This, he
found, was not true of Knowland.
The Republicans can't win with
old men. Morton confided thay
GOP candidates in 1960 must be
young, forceful, photogenic.
In 1958 the average Democrat
picked to run against incumbent
Republicans was about 42 years
old. The average Republicans
picked to oust Democrats, were
over 60. "We have to get it
through our heads," said Morton,
"that you can't elect old party
hacks just because they have ren rendered
dered rendered long and faithful service
to the party.". .
As a step in this direction, Mor Morton
ton Morton is bringing Ray Bliss, GOP
state chairman in Ohio, to Wash Washington
ington Washington as a paid director of orga organization.
nization. organization. In Ohio, Bliss has been
selling business firms on the idea
of getting junior executives to
work for the Republican Party.
Most business executives live in
wealthy suburban areas which the
Republicans carry quite easily.
Each executive, therefore, is
being asked to "adopt" a ward on
the other side of the tracks.
So confided the Republican Na National
tional National Chairman at a frank mo moment
ment moment during a recent dinner.
DENIES RED AIDE
PARIS (UPI) The government
denied today that West Ger Germany
many Germany had provided money and
scientists to help the French de de-velop
velop de-velop an atomic bomb. A spokes spokesman
man spokesman for Minister Jacques Sou Sou-steels,
steels, Sou-steels, who is responsibile for
French atomic development, said
the reports in the British press
contained "not a word of truth."
What became of Hangtown,
Bedbug, Pizen Switch and oth other
er other colorful mining towns of the
Old West? Many of those set settlements
tlements settlements turned into ghost
towns when the mines ran out.
But others, such as the ones
above, changed their names:
Hangtown became Placerville,
Calif. Bedbug was renamed
lone, Calif. And respectable
Yerington, Nev., was once
known as Pizen Switch.
O Encyclopedia Brltannlea
Front St. at corner
of 7th 8t.
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PL-VQUE FOR POLIO VICTIM A 28-year-old New York man wanted the 549th MP Company of Fort Gulick represented in his
collection of police insignia, a hobby he has enjoyed since beinn confined by polio to a wheelchair since "35 Members ol
the company chipped in to purchase the plaque they display here. From left are Pvt. Raughty N Bullard Cpl. Vernon E. Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Pfc Sidney P. Nowlnsky, Sfc. Charles E. Perry, Pvt. John S. Gutka, Pvt. Charles h Sullivan, 1st. Sgt. Anthony R Barsl, Pvt.
Theodore F. Sirotko, Pfc. Robert Weeden, SP4 Ronald E. Barnes, Pfc. Lawrence P. Reidy, Cpl. Dennis Asbury and 6p4 Nathan
Guilick MP's Donate Plaque
To Polio Victim's Collection
A collection of 2752 police in in-lignia
lignia in-lignia and badges m a d e y
Joseph McDermott Jr. ol Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica N.Y., now includes a
plaque from the 549thp Military
Po'ice Company of Fort r Gulick.
A polio victim confined to a
wheelchair since 1935, McDer McDer-mot
mot McDer-mot has been enbrossed in this
hobby for 12 years. Recently he
w sv i
extended an invitation to the
549th to add its representation
to his special Military Police
dentification section, now total totalling
ling totalling over 80 pieces.
Hew GOP Enthusiasm
By Hawaii Elections
Cited By Morton
WASHINGTON (UP1) GOP
National Chairman Thruston B.
Morton yesterday cited several rt.
cent developments which he said
had "triggered a real resurgence
of Republican enthusiasm" around
He told a meeting of wives of
Republican members of Congress
and administration officials that
tho Hawaiian election. President
Eisenhower's current policies and
Vice-President Nixon's Soviet Po
lish trip have "brought credit to
"Traveling around the country,
he said. "1 have found a great
improvement at the grassroots
level. "I'm netting larger crowds
than we have ever had at this
time of the year."
Morton told reporters ie
thought the labor bill endorsed bv
the House Thursday nrovideri a I
"good issue for Republicans." He
said thp President took his case m
the country effectively and that
this was the reason "so many
Democrats 'joined us" on the la labor
bor labor showdown.
House Committee Hands Ike Partial
Victory In Gas Tax Increase Plan
WASHINGTON (UPIV- The
House Ways & Means committee
handed President Eisenhower a
partial victory yesterday by ap approving
proving approving a temporary increase in
gasoline taxes to replenish the
badlv depleted Highway Trust
By a vote of 169, the commit committee
tee committee endorsed a highway financing
The 549th has no unit crest, plan, sponsored by Rep John W.
but members sent the next best
thing for the 28-year-old New
York man's collection. They dug
into their pockets and bought a
McDermott, and honorary mem member
ber member of 17 police organizations,
said his Jilitary Police section
includes various crests, badges
and brassards. He wrote that the
most; tinsual items 'are' 51 MP
unit crests, but added that he is
proud of all the military em emblems
blems emblems as he has a great admi admiration
ration admiration for the Military P o 1 i e
Since 1947 his collection has
grown to represent 1277 police
departments of 52 countries and
Byrnes (R-Wis.). It called for a
like in the federal gasoline tax
from 3 to 4 cents a gnllon for a
22-month period beginning Sept.
Through aparliamentary quirk,
the boost m'ust he endorsed by
the House Public Works Commit Committee
tee Committee before it can be sent to the
House floor for action. .President
Eisenhower hasi put highway fi financing
nancing financing legislation high on his list
of "must" legislation for this ses session
sion session of Congress.
The President has warned that
the highway construction program
would grind to a halt unless Con Congress
gress Congress look action to beef up the
trust fund which finances road
building on a "pay as you go
basis." He has called repeatedly
for a five-year, l'-cent-a-gallon
gasoline tax hike.
The committe voted the one one-cent
cent one-cent a gallon boost despite the
fact it had previously rejected
other tax proposals that would
raise gas prices.
i It coupled its approval of a
WASHINGTON (UPI) Robert hike, however, with a stipulation
Murnhv a veteran of 39 vears in hat after thp temporary tax in-
M1SS CLAIRE RUTH WHITE tne oreign service, took the oath crease expires, t h e Highway
(abovei daughter of Mr. and.tonav as underset veiai'v ol state 'Trust Fund would be beefed up
Mrs. Tracy P. White of Gatun, for political affairs. Tor the next three years with
has been presented with a $500 some of the excise taxes that
Scholarshio Certificate by B.: Undersecretary of State C. now go into the General Revenue
P. O. Elks' Lodge No. 1542. This Dough:, Dillon, tblri Murphy after ,7und of ', Treasury,
award is made Dossible through the ceremony his appointment The diverled funds would in in-the
the in-the Elks National Foundation! was "overdue recognition" for the rlude half of the receipts from
Fund which presents $100,0001 foreien service. the 10 per cent excise on aulomo-
ln annual scholarships. John1 biles and 62.5 per cent of the
M. Sanders has forwarded the: Murphy. (54, said he hoped the revenues from the 8 'per cent levy
certificate to Miss White who is! department had arrived "at a tra- m auto parts and accessories.
vacationing with her family in dition that we mav fnllnw in the The double-barreled committee
Tirginio and will enter Hollins future" giving career officials Man would force some slowdown
nllePR In the fail. ton deoarlment Dosts. in construction of the coniem-
Gives Murphy New
plated 41,000-mile interstate high
way network. But the cutback
would not be as sharp as might
be necessary under some other
It was estimated that the tem
porary tax hike would provide
the trust fund with an extra 380 380-million
million 380-million dollars in the present 1960
fiscal year and an extra 580-mil-lion
dollars in the fiscal year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1.
After that, the diversion of
funds would boost trust fund re receipts
ceipts receipts to 800-million dollars the
first year, 815-million dollars the
second year, and 830-million dol dollars
lars dollars the third year.
The committee's plan would
permit the feder,Lgovej;nment to
make an allotment of $1,800,000, $1,800,000,-000
000 $1,800,000,-000 to the states for road-building
in the 1961 fiscal year and 2-bil-lion
dollars in the following year.
Mcmie in Denver
To Visit Mother
DENVER (UPI) Mrs. Mamie
Eisenhower, wife of the Presi President,
dent, President, arrived in Denver this
morning for a visit with her
ailing 81-year-old mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Eisenhower's trip to Den Denver
ver Denver by train was not announced
until after her arrival.
Mrs. Doud, who celebrated her
81st birthday in May, has been
in poor health recently and is
confined to her home. She nor normally
mally normally sees only close friends.
Mrs. Eisenhower last visited her
during the birthday celebration.
Mrs. Eisenhower's secretary,
Mary Jane McCaffrey, said that
she had no definite plans on tne
length of her Denver stay. She
denied the visit was prompted by
any worsening in the condition
of Mrs. Doud.
'Dead' Man Found
Placed Under Arrest
IRVING, Tex. (UPI) L. E
Pettis' "widow" and four sad saddened
dened saddened children attenUed a three three-minister
minister three-minister memorial service in his
But today Pettis very much
alive was under arrest. H was
almost like Huck Finn and Tom
Sawyer returning irom a watery
Pettis denied, however, that he
had staged a phony "boating ac ac-cid'ent"
cid'ent" ac-cid'ent" in June at Dublin, Ga.,
on the Oconee River. He said he
just wanted to 'get away from
He was arrested Thursday at
the home of his parents and
brother here. He told Detective
Paul Barger he still loves his
wife and children back home in
Asheboro, N.C., but he had to
leave them because of his "men "mental
tal "mental and physical capacity." Bar Barger
ger Barger said Pettis meant his nerves
had gone bad.
Pettis was arrested on a tele telegraphic
graphic telegraphic warrant sworn out in
Laurens County, Ga., by Sheriff
Carlus Gay. The chargers aban abandonment
donment abandonment of Mrs. Pettis and the
Irving Police Chief Charles Wi
rasnik said Georgia officers are
"pretty shaken up about all this."
One of the biggest search oper operations
ations operations ever conducted near Dub
lin was staged after he isap isap-Deared
Deared isap-Deared in June. Scores of officers
an dvolunteers scanned the river
hoping to find Pettis' body. Even
helicopters joined in the search.
Pettis said he parked nis cir
and boat trailer on the bank of
the river shortly before he left
home for Texas. His motorboat
was later discovered abandoned
on the water June 4. He had been
missing ever since.
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TRANSPORTATION AWARD Col. Cecil H. Davidson, U.S. Army Caribbean transportation officer, congratulates Oeorge R Moke,
civilian employe of the Transportation Corps, for submitting a work simplification study. Moke was awarded a Department of the
Army Certificate for his adopted Idea. His proposal speeded up operations In the terminal operations division and created sav savings
ings savings both in manhours and paper amounting to more, than $800 a year. The reama of paper stacked in the center depict about
10 percent of the material aavlngs which will result from Moke's study. (U. Aj;my Photo)
Ordered To Drop
JAKARTA. Indonesia JUPD -The
army yesterday ordered Indo Indonesia's
nesia's Indonesia's Communist Party (PIK1)
to cancel plans to open its sixth
congress Aug. 22.
An army spokesman refused
comment on the reason for the
ban. "The military authorities are
very busy now he said. "We
want to concentrate all our atten attention
tion attention on the coming Independence
Day celebrations first."
The armv granted the Commu Communists
nists Communists permission to hold their nft nft-Dostponert
Dostponert nft-Dostponert Congress after Presi President
dent President Sukarno announced that the
military ban on political activities
wiuld be partly relaxed this
Jakarta's garrison commander
and war administrator said the
Communists were told Thursday
the permission had been with
drawn and to put ot tne congress
Former Child Aclor
Faces New Charges
By Los Anoeles Cops
T,OS ANGELES (UPI1- Scotty
Beckett, trouble plagued former
child star of "Our t.ang movies
and other films, was arrested
earlv todav on suspicion of pos possessing
sessing possessing narcotics.
Beckett. 29. now a car sales
man, had four benzedrine tablets
in his eont nocket. acrordinc to
arresting officer C. D. Kilgo
Boc'celt's rompanion. Brian Van
Winkle, 20. was arrested on the
saw- fharee when officers found
wha' looked like hypodermic
npci Tiarks ir his arm.
Kilgo said Beckett was driving
erratically dnwp the street. The
officer said he stopped the csr
to re if thp driver had been
Bn:h men wpre hooked on the
felony charge. Thev both insisted
thev weir innoren
Beckett was arrested Feb. 11,
107 ftn tucnir'Win nf ( a If I fl ft Han.
gerous drugs across the U.S. U.S.-Mexico
Mexico U.S.-Mexico border, and Hit Sept 20
he was rushed to a hospital in
a coma which doctors said appar apparently
ently apparently Wm fTiisp(l In narcotics or
He was lined $2.ri0 and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced fo 30 days In county jail
May 20 for drunk driving and
driving with a revoked license.
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IATTRDAY, AUGUST 15, 1951
AMBASSADOR AND MRS. ADOLFO ARIAS
FETED AT COCKTAIL PARTY LAST EVENING
' A social event of last evening in Panama City wti cocktail
party glvtn by Mr. and Mrs. William iayd it thalr residence.
Invitations wtra issued ta a group ef friends for tha party, which
hanorad Panama's Ambassador to tha Holy tat, Adolfo Arias E.,
and Mrs. Arias.
Mr. and Mrs. Benthall
To Entertain Tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs Lyman J. Bent Bent-hall
hall Bent-hall have issueo an open invita
tion to their friends to attend an i
"at home" party tomorrow after-
fcrtri.,. rnnm nf the Marearita
Sunday Cuffe Time
At Balboa USO-JWB
All servicemen, their
and guests are invited to stop by
the Balboa USO-JWB Service Cen
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During the Fabuloui
Sunday Evening Buffet
BELLA VISTA ROOM
Minimum Charge $4.00
(only until after show)
j the Panama Golf Club at 12:30 to today
day today for a luncheon party honor honor-ter
ter honor-ter tomorrow morning between ing Mrs. Olga Hazera, who is
9:30 and noon for cake and cof-isoon to leave for the United
fee. I States.
The weeklv event provides jn I
opportunity for friends to meet
and liMen to the lottery returns,
read current newspapers and
make plans for JWB activities 1
during the coming week.
, Dance This Ivenlng
' At Navy Men's Club
Al Martin's trie play for dane dane-families;
families; dane-families; in!, this evening from 8 p.m. to
House Passes Tough Labor
Bill By Whopping Margin
WASHINGTON (UPl) -The
House, with Republicans and
southern Democrats firmly :n
command, yesterday passed by a
whopping 178 vo e margin the
tough labor reform bill endorsed
by president Elsenhower to crack
down on union abuses and rack racketeering.
eteering. racketeering. Simultaneously, a drive was
launched in the Senate to have
that chamber puts its stamp of
approval jn 1 he House-approved
bill without change and send it to
the White Hmisv. for the Presi President's
dent's President's signature.
The final House vote was 303
to 125, despite furious overnight
eiforts by labor lobbyists to keep
the margin of victory as slim as j
posioie in nupes tne dim wouiaiwiu De assigned ine lougn joo ui
be watered down bv House-Senate' resolving differences in the two
I The 178 vote spread was in
sharp contrast to the 229 201 vole
by which the House Thursday
SM00T & PAREDES
I 00 J 10 M tm.Lf.
I midnight at the Fifteenth Naval
I District Enlisted Men's Club.
Mrs. Hattra Fatad
At Luncheon Today
'he Society of Wives of Engi Engineers
neers Engineers and Architects gathered t
' Members of the- Atlantic Side
Red Cross Grav Ladles are1 re reminded
minded reminded of a meeting Monday
morning at 9:30 in thP Red Cross
Rooms of Coco Solo Hospital.
climaxed three days of bitter de debate
bate debate by approving the tough con-servative-supporini
by Reps. Phil M. Landrum (D-Ga.)
am; Hubert P. Uritin (RMich j.
A switch-over in sentiment by
61 Democrats accounted for most
of the wider vote spread.
The House action represented a
victory for the President, who
laid his personal prestige on the
line in endorsing the measure.
It was galling defeat for the AFL AFL-ClO
ClO AFL-ClO and the House Democratic
leadership, which favored milder
The bill now goes back to the
Senate, which passed a milder
labor reform bill by a 90-1 vote
in April. A joint Senate-House
conference committee probably
J However. Sen. Karl E. Mumlt
'(R-S. D.), a member of the Senate
j Rackets Committee, said the
House VotP hari provided "the
momentum and the incentive" for
the senate on Monday to accept
the House bill as it stands with
out send'na it to conference.
Both the Housp and Senate bill
were designed to end racketeering
jnd enforce Democratic proced procedures
ures procedures in labor unions. But the
House bill would Impose far
tougher curbs than the Senate bill
on so-called "blackmail" picket picketing
ing picketing and secondary boycolts.
The A Ft -CIO had to keep the
margin of House passage of the
hil1 as narrow as noseible n
order to strengthen the hand of
memhers nl the conference com committee
mittee committee who favor a weaker bill.
Rut 'hp 3dmin:siri;on hill
Rained suppor! overnight. Voting
for it werp even somo members
Who once denounced it as anti anti-lfibor.
lfibor. anti-lfibor. Ficed with the nrosnect of
this bill or none at all. these mem
bprs went Mon" with 'He high highflying
flying highflying conservaove coaliiion that
nriginalh' back it.
NEW YORK (CI'O A bank
holdup man added a new twist
odv to He note h handed teller
Putrlcla urrnv demanding $3,000.
"Smile," the note aid after
demanding monev and threatening
'o blow 'he bank up.
Miss Murrav smiled weakly and
nn'ed 0ve- $2..r00.
The bandil rahbed the money
and fed the ''hemical Corn Ex Exchange
change Exchange branch at 1704 Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. CASINO BUILDING BANNED
MUNICH. Germany (UPI)
The .onstruclinn of new rambling
casinos was banned today;
bv the Bavarian slate Govern
i ment. Casinos now in operation
: were told thev would have to shut
their doors In 1965.
Girl Scouts Demonstrate
Camp Recipes At Roundup
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AT INTERNATIONAL Roundup, Girl Scouts pick up ingredi ingredient
ent ingredient at eotnmlssarjr to pfeparo their own favorite reclpea.
Eight thousand, five hundred
Girl Scouts from many parts of
the world held their International
Roundup In Colorado Springs.
We were impressed at the way
food wag distributed to so many
Campers. A tremendous m a i n
Warehouse off on one edge of the
Camp held all nonperis h a b 1 e
But the key points for each of
were the commissary tents, to
which the planned foods were de delivered
livered delivered an hour or so befor each
So many ehealthy, competent
looking young girls between 14
and 17 made the future look
good for Amrelcan homes. They
marched off with eggs, bread,
canned soup, pudding mixes, cook
ies, jam, etc, prepared to cook
a good meal with their fellow
We asked some of them for
their favorite camp reclpei.
(Serves from 4 f i)
Two cups flour, 2 teaspoons bak baking
ing baking powder, pinch of salt, 2
tablespoons shortening, 1-2 cup
water or milk.
Mix the Ingredients. Roll out
until thin. Cut the dough Into 1 1-inch
inch 1-inch squares. Fry in deep fat un until
til until golden brown.
Steel Talks Limp
Along With Little
Hope Of Settlement
NEW YORK. All)?. 15 (UPI) -Peace
talks in the national steol
strike limned along today with
no signs of union or management
changing their stand-firm posi positions.
tions. positions. The prospects of an peace seem seemed
ed seemed almost as remote as when the
MialWniit slarlrf' a month ago.
Chief government mediator Jo Joseph
seph Joseph F. Finnegan who had been
in Washington on budgetary mat matters
ters matters was back at the braining
table when the joint session was
resumed thi morning. He was
flanked bv three assistants.
R. Conrad Coover. executive
vice president of the U.S. Steel
Corn bended .dnstrv's four m.n
team.' Cooper had been absent
David ,T McDonald, president
of the ITile'1 Steelworkers. still
was absent. His place as head I of
the union mam was flHed by How Howard
ard Howard Hague, vice president of the
McDonald has neen v.
ste"' een'crs a" w.ee"'
striker morale. He Is not e xpec
) eH to return 'n the N"" Y "V
otiatlons before next Tuesday
Some Amlsh Scouts from York,
Pa., demonstrated their apple
fritters, singing hymns as they
One and one-half cups sifted
flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder,
1-4 teaspoons salt, 2 taDlespoons
sugar, 1 egg, 2-3 cup milk, 1
large tart apple.
Fry In deep fat 360 to 370 de degrees
grees degrees F. until brown.
Clings To Crown
ILFPCOMBE, England (UPI)
Mrs. Ethel Vickery, a 50-year-old
grandmother, insisted today
she had won a bathing beauty
contest fair and square and said
she would fight for her right to
appear in a victory parade.
"I'll be there," she said of to today's
day's today's carnival procession. "If any anyone
one anyone throws fruit at me I')l show
them I'm young enough to fling
Mrs. Vickery. a baker's wife
who has four grandchildren, was
elected Be'le of Ilfracnmbe over
opponents 30 years younger. Of Officials
ficials Officials said her friends s'uffed
the ball of box and banned her
from the parade
"It was a shabby trick," Mrs.
The contest committee declared
her election "null and void" but
said she could keep the $28 first
prize money. If she parades, they
warned, there rave been threats
to nelt her with rotten fruit.
Mrs. Vickery. who could easily
nass for 40. has been entering the
bathing beauty contest for four
years without placing. Today she
denied (he committee's charges
the election was ringed anrt said
"I won the comn"tiUon fairly
tl ev can't get rid of me."
"It's taken me vears to achieve
this honor of be'nc the Bellp of
Ilfraeombe and I'm not backing
out now that I'vp won," ih said.
Uply rumors spread that a
number of local residents bought
hundreds of tickets at 14 cents
aniecp and then swung the
e'ection for Mrs Vickery.
"Yes. we did it. bv Jove," one
ticket buyer srimitt"d "We did It
because we think Mrs Vickery Is
a jolly good sport for entering the
Made !n Staff
Of Carlb Command
Several USARCARIB itafi
chances are scheduled t h i a
month. Col. Dan S. McMilliJi,
chief of the U.S. Army Mission
lo Ecuador, will leave about
Aug. 22 for an assignment at the
U.S. Army Training Center
Armor, Fort Knox, Ky. His re-
1 placement, Col. William F. Du Du-inon,
inon, Du-inon, lett Headquarters, 4ih
U.S. Army, Fort Sam Houston,
Tex., to pursue a course In Spa Spanish
nish Spanish at (he Army Lan f u a g e
School, Monterey, t'alil., and will
arrive In Ecuador later In Au Au-mi
mi Au-mi si
Major William E. Brockmelr,
h ef of the analysis and surveys
1 i'lanch of Ihc Comptroller's Sec Section,
tion, Section, left Wednesday for assign assignment
ment assignment with the Sliidenl Detach Detachment,
ment, Detachment, Quartermaster School. Fort
Leu, a. Heplannj his la Capt.
Robert W. Nelson, formarlyj
witn tne zna name Group, 39th
Infantry. Tort Lewi, With. Cap Captain
tain Captain Nelson came to the Canal
Zone July 10.
The veterinary lab officer nf
Ihe U.S. Army Mission to Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Major Thomas 0. Murnane
Jr., will leave Aug. 27 to 20
to Headquarters. Military Sub Subsistence
sistence Subsistence Supply Agency, Chicago,
"I with du v station it tne
Military Subsistence Testing La Laboratory
boratory Laboratory n Chicago, His re replacement
placement replacement will be ("apt. George
I''. Fischer, wh arrived in tne
Canal Zone July 21, after be being
ing being stationed at the U.S. Army
Hospital, Camp Wolters, Tex.
Three New Officers Assigned
To Caribbean Command Staff
Lt. Cel. HkRMAN IYRD
The recent assignment of three
new ofiicers a soldier, a sail sailor
or sailor and an airman to the
staff of the unified Caribbean
Command in which the J staff
divisions are composed or Army,
Navy ,,ik1 Air Force personnel,
was announced by the joint
hvUitiuarlers al Quarry Heights
!.'.. Col. Robert M. Piper, U.S.
Army, hats been assigned as a
plans officer !ji the J-3, Plans
and Operations Division. He ar ar-rvrd
rvrd ar-rvrd in the Cand Zone recent recently
ly recently from Carlisle Barracks, Pa.,
where he .eompleted the course
of the Army War College. He is
acromMn'.'i! bv his wife. Evelyn
and children, Robert, 13; Marv,
10, Sus'e, 8, and Nancy, 5.
A veteran of 18 years' milita military
ry military service, he Is rated a master
parachutist anc has completed
over 00 airborne jurrfs. He
graduated from the Parachute
School in 142 and th Air
Ground School tn 1947. More re re-reitlv
reitlv re-reitlv he cnmoleted studies at the
Ihfantry School and the Com Command
mand Command and leneral Staff College.
Lt. Cdr. Roland H. Almonrode.
U.S. Nvy U assinned as n ana analyst
lyst analyst in the J-2, Intelligence
division of Caribbean Command.
He arrived in the Canal Zone
recent!" accomnanieri by his
wife, Macon, and children, Debra,
8; Patrick, 4; anc Cindy, 6;
months old. He Is a recent gra gra-Huate
Huate gra-Huate nf the Naval Intelligence
School in Washington, D. C.
A native of Livingston, Tenn.,
Commander Almonrode, is a ve veteran
teran veteran of more than 16 venn'
military service. He has complet-
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his three no-trump contract and it
was unfortunate that the line of
play be adopted gave East a
chance to make a most unusual
defensive play and beat him.
South won the first trick with his
king of hearts and played the ace
and queen of clubs. East held off
so South continued with the jack
and knocked out East's king.
Meanwhile, West had let two
spades and a heart go. East did a
little thinking. How could be beat
the hand? Obviously South held
the spade ace. Maybe H was a sin singleton
gleton singleton ace, In that case East saw
a way to sink South.
He simolv led his alx of spades
South was In the lead and had to
cish his clubs or never make them
He cashed them all right and
that gave him eight tricks but that
was all he could make. Thos club
leads squeezed dummy hopelessly
He ran out of discards and had to
uneuard one suit at that time.
Actually, he threw away the
hearts, lt was barely possible that
West had started with seven hearts
nnd that East would hold both the
ace and king of diamonds. Of
course that was not the case.
Q The bidding haa been:
Beat loath Weal ortb
You, South, hold:
A78l VI KQ10I 4AKT4
What do you do?
ATaae. A minor ault m.
call en a fouree,rd suit it Juat
alllr and double will almott
eurelr produo a heart rtapoue
(ma your paxtaer.
West bids two spade.i, your
'partner bidi three hearts and
East bid three apadei. What do
you do now?
ed the Naval Fleet Sonar School
in San Diego and has served s
l mine counterneasur;i officer
in the Mine Warfare Evaluation
Delachmen:. ui Key-Vi. Fla.
He has also been in various aa aa-algume&tD
algume&tD aa-algume&tD on the wei-.-coas of
the United States as t sonar sonar-man
man sonar-man at,..l. at vtu. haa served as
an Operation Officer on the
destroye- Perk'ns, nd executive
ana commanding officer on
board the mlneiweeeper, Direct.
Lt, Col. Herman E. Byrd, U.S.
Air Force, Is also assigned as a
plana officer in the Plana and
Operations Division of Caribbean
Command. He was formerly
Chlet of the Supporting Services
Section of the directorate of
Manpowet and Orraniiatlon rt
Headquarters USAF In Washing
LCdr. ROLAND ALMONRODE
An announcement of Brigitte
Bardot's impending motherhood
should be made officially within
a week or so. She's been keeping
the happy secret because of film
commitment complications. ,.
Scandihavla"ertalnly rate ras
cupid's headquatters these days.
While Norway is breathless fl flyer
yer flyer the betrothal of Anne Ma Marie
rie Marie Rasmussen and Steven
Rockefeller. Sweden excitedly -waits
for Princes Desiree's par
ents to break the news that sne
will marry Crown Prince Kons Kons-tantln
tantln Kons-tantln of Greece.
Richard D. Aurebach the Chica
go FBI agent wno oroKe Jac Jacqueline
queline Jacqueline Gay Hart's fake story
of her "kidnaping," Is slated to
be transferred from the winny
City to San Francisco. Insiders
think his successor will be Ju
lius M. Lopez, chief agent of the
FBI staff in- Memphis. Auerbach,
who has spent almost two yearr,
In Chicago, failed (as so many n n-ther
ther n-ther brilliant sleuths have doncxi
to find a way of legally knorking
off the politically powerful Ac
cordi gang. The top G-men hope
Lopez will be tre one to do it
Dlno de Laurentiis wants Har Har-rv
rv Har-rv Guarriinn to co-star with Van
Heflin in the upcoming film bW bW-graphv
graphv bW-graphv of Simon Bolivar, tentati tentatively
vely tentatively titled "Under Ten Flags."
Friends of actress Jean Ar Arthuronce
thuronce Arthuronce one of the brigh'st of
the cinema cemeHlennes, and a
leading lady for Cary Grant
are apaHer heeaui. she's ap
parently abandoned net only htr
career but her concern for her
appearance. They don't know
whether It's frustration, bora,
dem, or supreme cententment,
b" she's forsaken her elnema
dimness for a flaure the ax ax-flma
flma ax-flma welqhtt 160 peunr or
pounds ar mere... Mrs. William
dike Wrl"h Jr. Watt a- Mown
to cafe society at Cary Latimer,
leadlna rftbutante of a i ba batons
tons batons bark It expecting her
Joseph Schenck's Illness Is more
"Hous then reports Indicate. .
Example f the ups and downs
nf show buslnea: Tlmmv Ev.
rult, who was bailed by the crl crl-t'es
t'es crl-t'es for Ms touching performance
in "The Dnrk at the Top nf the
Stairs" a couple of easnns ano,
Is now fear-bin dinrlng at the
Ti"1 Tnylnr rhnnl
Frank Costelln, alllne with a
rirculitory disorder, has been
transferred from Atlanta penltn penltn-'Inrv
'Inrv penltn-'Inrv to th federal prison linsn'tal
In Missouri. He's due for a
nnrnle plea in the near fidure..
Sid Caesar crealpd a small com commotion
motion commotion al Llndy's the other mid-
n'ftbt when -e appeared as host
to a oarty nf as the emii"
east of th TV program he taned
for next November The llm,
'rim Sid attributed his new a'1 a'1-houette
houette a'1-houette to a diet of shrimp and
eaV, hut ifill fU rucked enoueh
to pick up a tab for llft .The
Jspaneie government, vseeklng
to recover iom of Ui property
seized during tha war, haa in in-gaged
gaged in-gaged Dean Ar-heaon-at a stra stratospheric
tospheric stratospheric fee to handli tht Job.
lallerlna Jacqueline Icett and
retarding executive 0 a r d a n
Cray became Mr. and Mrs. .
The theatre Is experiencing an
unexpected shortage In chorus
girls and boyt. Many of th
roadway mutlcali holding ehn.
rut callt are finding ther
simply aren't anough applicants
rJ.lljmIHHHIII 11 l I III 1 mi
I I I,
Lt. Cel. ROIIRT PIPIR
ton. He Is accompanied In tha
Canal Zone by his wife, Juanita,
and children, Herman, 13; Pa Pamela,
mela, Pamela, 10; Lanny, 4, and Andrew,
A native of Jacksboro, Tenn.
he I,? a veteran of nearly 18
years' military service and a se senior
nior senior pllm with tlB air combat
m'sslons flown. He has complet completed
ed completed the Mr Force Gunnery and
Squadron Officer Schools and
the Armv Advanced Infantry
School at Fort Benning, Ga. He
has served various assignments
I at Air Force bases throughout the
United States as gunnery and
f'ying instructor and more re recently
cently recently as a manpower and pro programming
gramming programming officer with Headquar Headquarters,
ters, Headquarters, Cont'nental Air Com Command,
mand, Command, Air Defense Command
and Department of the Ai r
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Kill gall en
to fill their requirements T
shows, traveling Industrial en entertainments
tertainments entertainments and Summer stock
companies are using up an enor enormous
mous enormous percentage of the availa available
ble available talent.
The quite serious illn"s of
famed California lawyer vry
Geisler means his associa e, ,o ,o-bert
bert ,o-bert Need Jr., will handle tre
Eleanor Powell-Glenn Ford dl dl-vorce
vorce dl-vorce case, including the tempo temporary
rary temporary alimony hassle. It comes
up in Santa Monica anv day
now. .Jamln, that artic'hoke-a-florlng
French trotter who won
the Roosevelt International
adores charripagne as well as
choice foods, and celebrated with
a glass of the best vintage when
hs jockey, Jean Rlaitd, took
him into tre Embers the other e e-venintt
venintt e-venintt The horse behaved as
beautifullv ss f hp were in his
stable. It was rathe' a rough
veek for night club habl t u e e a
however; the sight of a nag at
the Embers caused many a
customer to turn pa'e, and across
town at the Left Bank, equally
justified regulars went green
wren a real live tlttim hoofer! it
up 10 me oar. (The llama, how however,
ever, however, was definitely on th wag-on-couldn't
even be talked in in-to
to in-to a glass of water.)
Nehemlah Peraoff j( tt to
Play tha rola of Harry Golden in
Merman Shumlin's oroduclon
of "Onlv In America". .Lib,
race is kteoing the lawyer
busy. His libel suit aoalnit a
London columnist was fodder for
the front pages In June; now
he t suing the producer and ly.
rlcltt of a British revue titled
For Amusement Only."
The Roundtab'e has signed an another
other another Dixieland combo Sharkev
Bsnano's- and this is consider considered
ed considered a coup because the legendary
New Orleans trumoeter hasn't
budget out of his hometown for
over 30 vears. The bio persuader
was (you guessed It) money .
Peggy Lee's rhums think she's se se-budged
budged se-budged out of his 'hometown fjr
rlous about Bill LishmBV
In Beauty Contest;
Victory Parade Out
1LFR ACOMBE. England (UP!)
-Mrs, Ethel Vlekery, the 50-year,
old grandmother voted first prtad
In a bathing beauty contest. Bowed
to local onposltlen last nigh!
and stayed out of the victory
Mrs. Vickery (3B.-28-38) was el.
i iiMvea to keen her S2S prlte money
hut the contest committee laid
the election wat rigged by her
friends and laid he could not
have the honor nf being Belle af
Tha committee alto warned that
angered villagers might 'pelt htr
with rotten fruit if tha donned her
black bathing ault and rode la
Mm. Vickery tald tint the wag
young enough to throw lt baefc,
but rtltntid and witched the
other beauties from a hotel bal balcony.
cony. balcony. "1 thought better of lt," tht
said. "But I aim consider tha
c a r n 1 via 1 committee's decision
moat unair and 1 think they havt
made fooli of themselves."
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1ISI
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NKWSPAPEV
Church of Christ
BJtLdOA. 08SL Balbo a4
Srvic Sunday 10 to t-m 111
CJUSTOUAL. American Latum Hail.
Sarvicas Sunday ItliOW A U:Si
RiO ABAJ07 "oum I. MM Ut
a inoav. 4lM Jt
Tne Unitarian Society
Sunday Services 10:30 a.m.
Ancon Blvd. and Maiaey Place,
Your Invitation to
COCOU BAPTlaT CHURCH
311 BlUja iwta
DraWT 348 BaiOO.
Edmund B. SUllwortb
Sunday School ........
Grayer Meeting Bible
Stuuy Basil Wednesday,.
11, Ml .lll
FIRST ktAPTIBl CHLHCtl
Balboa lUtghu, o a
625 Ancon Boulevard
Drewet "B" Bilbo Helfhtf
Phone Balho 1717
William H Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School 1:30 a.m
Mornih Worship 10:46 km
Baptist Training Union .... 1:30 p.m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 7:00 Dm
W M S Bible "-tuBy ffture-
Men' Brotherhood lltrl
Monday In month) 11 B-a
SIKST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Hone
Rev. Wendell C Parker Pastor
tiuiida. Sciiuol 4b a.m
Mornint Worship 11:00 a.m
Baptist mutiny Union 8:30 o.m
Evenln Worship 7:43 o.m
Brotherhood, Tuesday 7:00 o-m
prayer Service. Wednesday 7:00 pm
W M U in 3rd Friday
O A HA Sunbeam
eyidnv S:30 n.m
Major Mr. W. Biihop
15 February Street. Phone: 98 10064
11:00 Hollnaa Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy & Mrs. C. U Moaeley
11:00 HOllntat MHtlng
Sr. Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 38-743
11:00 Hollneu Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STRKtT
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
invoy J. GUI
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Office 2-3236
8:30 a.m. Church School Fret pun
service. Classea for all ages,
10:30 a.m.-Worship Service Church
Time Story Hour tor Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Churoh-Tim
Cradle Roll and Nursery
6:00 p.m. Post Hish fellowship.
8:30 p.m 8:00 p.m. Junior Hlgfl
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office, 3-1341. Mas 8-1498
9:45 a m. Church School. Bu service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
,M,r tn fo Infant and email chl)
3:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship,
a t-, nm Vmith Fellowship.
A complete schedule ot auxiliary c
ttvitles and OIIKUI meetings aa an'
tiounced from wee to week.
Rev. Waiaet M. Alderlm, Palter
Oil : 6-470 Raa.l (ISO
8 30 a m Sunday School.
10 40 a m. Morning Wonhlp.
Official meeting and ween-day sti
vltir as announced.
Christian Sclear Churth
First Church ol Christ, Scientist, Ante
580 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday Service 11 00 e m Sunday
Behool 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday 8:00 P R),
Reading Room 808 Bilbo Road Open
daily except Sunday ana holiday trom
t:il) to U:80 ,m, ana 1:30 ta 8:N p.m.
Saturday: 0:80 to 11:80 a.m.
Evening Hour 8:60 to 1:00 p.m. Mteept
Wednesdays ana Saturday.
All church aervleet Will be (Mid in
Be dround Floor Room of ih Maaonle
temple in CrlatOMl (n Soot to the
Margarita Florist), Entrant g on Btl-
i Avenue uu-ouin in Are.
service 11 :W a.m.
Ytdneaday Evehlhg testimonial Met-
IP I 1:00 o'clock.
Sunday School la nil at 8:80 a.m.
v Reading Room Hour Monday 1:00
80 4:60 p.m. Wednesday 3:60 to fill
cordially Invited ta
ana t uas tug
Chunk el Hi ataa tatta ia th CmI Zone, the teiKlaal le
twt al ia wrttlni ay Wasl it (hp late l lay ihtna
tr tht tamlaa. Saturtlav's chares pap
Minister, eharch secretarial and chapltlai IN 884 ft taU the
at Panama tad Cale Republic at Panama, tataad a km at tfl
time re maa and mtmtn at thi arm) tvtt, tad ta alvllUa aakjh
Port, .riae and trrtng,
Ai a pupil fk Pr,ma Amrla Hat klw. a dnml
aatlaat, natKai of hevr at worship and athet tesulat attivlNe.
LiMlaaa art ratatad ttm tim rim Oaaamlnatlaa havlaa. inly
eaa r rw nratian ar Hand u-ti "Olkti Charahe 4 lrvi
A tal alHdtd tot itrvicH at Army Bast, Alt faraa kit
ana Naval etaHeaa,
ST. aUaV'B CMUHCH-fcalboa
Sunday Ma: 1M 8:00. 10 00 alio
Hop Day Maaaeai -M. iN. IUI a -a
nd 6:00 PJh
CaAfaaaioM katurdar. SlM IP 1:1
end 7:00 f 3:00 p.m Thumriay. botnrf
rirat Priday 7.00 to g.00 p.m
MtrouiBia awu Novana: iw
CatechUD el Utar tbe tiOP e
Mlati School itud Club tM w
BACMtO tthAT ABo
Sunday Mawaai I'M, 1M A 0:10 am
Holy Day nuMee' S:U am anj l:OT
Contessiona, Mtiiraky aiw to nuu ano
, ,15 t" 8:00 p m Ttauraday Mfnr Plr'
Wday l:O0 p,mw
Sacred Heart Dvlai 7iO0 pj r
catecmaai tiaaai ana w e:a pm or
tt LAOt 0 PATIMA-Cttrufld
Sunday Mia at liOO a nv
Holy Day MM tt i:30 p ro,
CftnieanlflM' 0:00 t tttt PA eat Sat
ctMHiMP Claw i atturday IM u u
ST. JOSEPH Par
unday Matwae at 7io0 and 1:11 a.m
Holy Day Mam at 1:00 p m
Weekday Mawtcit H)0 a.m
ConftMren' Saturday 3 tie U 4:30 an
30 tn t:30
Catechism Clas Sunday tlOO to
Miracuiout Medal Noyenai t.'SO citi
CAnvert Inatmctlonai Thund I't
ST. VlNCkNrS-Panama City
Sunday Maanes, 3:00 and 3:30 a.m
Holy Day Ma: 3:30 and 3:06 p.m
111 It tall on taturdtv the Me an
i 00 and tilo a m I
Confessions: Saturday 9:00 to 3:00 ant
i.OO lo 8:00 p.m Thuradav before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Mireculous Medal Novena and si
una of tht Crow: Friday 7:10 p.m
Catechlam CM' After :so ma ot
Convert Clas M p.m. TUeoflay tno
ST. rHtKESAS CeoU
Sunday Mass: 1:80 a m.
Holy Day Ma 3:00 a.m lit It
n Saturday -8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Clm 3:30 to 3:00 p at
Confewilon: w u s:au a.m sunaay
ai JOHM MAPTIS1 Dk liA PALLI
Sunday Masses 6:30 and 8:30 a m
Wak Uav Man 6 30 Mon Tbura
in and Sat First Friday maw .ou a.m
Hnlv Dav Ma O0 .m to :ui
Conlenslom. 8:30 lo 4:10 and I ton u
s.UO pm on Saturday
Miraculous meoai novana en oaf un
Ctchiam Class. J.3U p.m on sunaa.t
S'l IHtKtSta L Hoc
Convert Class Monday 7:30 p.m
aunday Mass. ( 00 a m
Holy Dy Mas 6.30 p.m
Confession Saturday (:3o to :3o p.m
1'hursday before FlMt Friday 3:30 pm.
Catechism Cl. 3:16 p m on Sunday
Sacred Heart Noven 7:00 p.m or
Convert Class. e:ou o.m w ihuikuct
ST JOSKPH'S ColOn
Sunday Masse. 4S, 8 0U and 11:15 a.m
Holy Dy Mt 8:45 and 8:00 a.m
nd 6.46 p.m
Confin. Saturday 4:(w to :Ou ant
,:00 to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medli Noven weanesaa
,l 16 and 7:00 p.m
bacred Heart Noven. Iriday :15 p m
Sunday tvenln Services 1 :00 p m
Convert Class 1 18 p.m or Monday
Cateohism Class Sunday m.ia a m i
11:4 am 3:00 p.m to 4:00 pm
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless
ad Saoramenl all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning
First Saturday Devotions to our ma
f Fatlma -The Holy Rosary -5 :00 a m
First Communion Instructions tor chil
dren Monday and Thursdays 6:00 u
I 00 p.m
Sunday Masses: 7:00 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Dy Masses 6:00 0 00 a.m and
Confession, Saturday m to a:w ana
:00 10 8:00 pm AJtn Knsary eacn eve
MlraCUlOU Medal Novena 3:18 am,
.00 p.m. on Monday.
CatlChlsm Clss After 8:00 Mas on
First Friday Exposition all day durinc
he scnooi Year.
First Saturday I Mas at 8:00 am
HOLY KAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Malta i 7 JO, :3U. il o a u.
First Saturday Masai 6:00 a.m
Weekday Mas. , 8:00 a. m.
Saturday 7 :00 O.m to 8 00 p.m
Miraculou Medal Movent 7:00 p.m
Holy way Mas' 7130 a m 5:15 p.m
Confession a:4 p.m to 4:45 p.m
"arish Family Rosary and
Senedlotlon 7 :oo p.m
blseuMlon Inquiry Oroup 7:30 p.m
lt. Friday Devotions ... 7:00 pm
1st. Aaliinlsy Devnllnnt .. 7 00 pm
St VlNCalNTS Rainbow
Masaasji 3:80 am
Holy Osy MSSMSI 8:00 a m and 6:00
c'etitMslonsi 4:00 to 8:00 and liM to
8:00 p.m, Saturday.
Catechism Classi 10:43 a m on Sunday
Convart CIS every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Mdl Novn: 10 o.m
aaru Heart timmt 1:0o p.m. on
Htuiday Mas' 8:18 a.m
Holy Osy Mast, 3:00 p.m
Coniasalftiwt lt0 ta fiSS pm. on Bat.
0lnl(m 01' 4r0fl e m on Monday
OUB LADY OP OOOD COUNSEL
I diOO .m.
CsAfkaSlans Bsiurday at i00 PjV and
im au evening oevonuna
Baptltm by appointment,
Mnvanai tlflB a fn
BjcrtS Heart Nvni t:0u p.m or
Sundsy School: 8:10 pm on Sunday
Religion Instruction Class for Chli
iirn, 4:00 p.m on Thursday,
Heliaioua Instruction for sdult (Con
ducted in Spanish 1 1 7o0 pjn an Man
Convert tnstruetlon by appelntmetit
. w ... r
The at a a Hebai CiMdta. S.T 0
rh Vary 3Uv. Mainarl t Ptraa.
THI CATHKDRAL Of St. LUKS
7:30 a Holy CommiinlOfi.
t:lk jn Churth Behool (Holy Com
nunion 3rd Sunday i
0:30 a.m Santa Communion 3rd Sun
btiuria DumintiKi .... PiU u
II tOO a.m Morning Prayer and Set
mon. rioiy communion it ausaay
7:00 o.m Evening (arviM.
' 00 pm
jt .it a m.
' 00 Ml
flav Mlpwlnnary Prayer
Church ot St. Andrew
Tht Rev, Wfllltm W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer, aasistant
Holy Communion .... .. 7:30 a.m
Family Morning Prayer, Church School
(Family Eucharist Second
Sunday I 9:15 a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion First
Sunday) 11:00 a.m
livening Prayer ly Layreaders 7 :30 pfli
Holy Communion 8:30 a.m.
Evensong, choir practice 7 :30 p.m
Chapel of 3. Clare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon ....
(Holy Communion ai announced)
Chapel ot The loud Shepherd
the Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Prlaal In Charge
f RID AYS
8:00 i.m Mornmi prayer.
(H.C first Friday eaeb Month)
St, Simon's Chutch
John Speaf Prlsl ifl Charge
Eucharist and Ser
til N DAYS
mon 1:00 a.m
Church School tiW m
Episcopal Young Churchman 6:00 pro
Evensong and Srmoft .... 7:00 pm
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 8:00 s m
Evening Prayer if P-m
Woman's Auxiliary tnd and
Holy Communion 7:00 a m
Morning Prayr J :00 o.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 o.m
Ofilce a Compllri..
"'H LA BOCA'.
St, Petef CBsWcb
The Rev. John Sprat. Priest- in Charg
Morning Prayer and ChurcB
School :U0 .m
mon 1(1:30 .m
Confirmation Claw 8:30 tm
Choral Eucharist and Sr-
HOI) Baptism 18:00 inoon
EvensonE and Address 7:80 pm
Woman Auxiliary i:bu p.m
I'riUKBDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion :uu s o.
Chapei ot the Holy Comforter
Vefl L. B Shirley Priest In Chsrge
8 30 1 tn Holy Cnmmunion
Church ot St Margaret
Espav and Brazos Blvd
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
1:30 a m Holy Communion
8:30 a.m Church School Service
11:00 s.m Morning Prsyer (Holy
Communion first Sundsy 01
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Carlton O. Morale
Priest In Charge
The Rev, David A Osborne.
1 IS". 1 m
Choral Eucharist A Sermo
EWiSbiig and Addram
Jnd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
. .30 0 in Woman Auxiliary and Ai
la Ciijllrl Meftlng
St Paul's Chuich
.1 L N L A v'
Lemuel B hiriey, Rrcioi
Holy Comm. ml on
1 0:46 a .11
i:00 iik 1
' 00 ti.m
Sung Euchsntt at Sermon
Morntn Prsvt and Churcr
BUIIdink 131 1
8:30 t.ru Holy commultleti
70 p.m. Evening Pray nd Sermon
8:0t ,ft. Hoiy Communion
1:00 .n,, Evtning Pryr
t'HURS.,AYk AND FRIDAYS
5:30 n. Holv Communion
Oo m Holv Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Kev. J Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Iltakr, Assistant
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
8:30 s.m Morning Prsyer
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
Evening Prtyer A
3 :40 S.m,
8:40 t.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 p.m. Evening Prtyer
3:60 a.m. Ch!ldrn't Eucharist
8:40 a.m. MurniflS Pray
8:00 t.m. Holy ConununlOB
8:00 p.m. Evnlng Prayer
Office of Complin.
BL Cbxtatopher'S CBBNh
Oth Btrewt. Paru LoevT
Bev cikfMte W Ray as,
print in Cbart
8:00 a m
Sung Euehirlst and SXrmni
Morning Prayar tnd Churrl
8:10 pjn. Evensong and Sermon.
im pa us ana sra. woman's Auxi
a 40 pa fuaior mutniar at, tat
I 'SO a m VauUi rall...hl&
8:00 tm Holy Communion
I m a m tvaning Prayat and Rtllgtoui
1:00 P nv Ou is Friendly Soeitty.
ia junior confirm tl on CUM
CHURCH OF tHk N AX AMINE
4 r ranglparu St. Atwon CX
av. Elmer O Mslso, Pastot
Boa 887 Balboa. C.Z. It t mt
fvangellstlc Servir ,.
raysr Ssrviss Wed.
10:43 t m
Sunday 1 I a m Panama Wesley
" 10:30 m Sundsy School.
7:16 pm Ivsngtlicil Srvlc
' and utmnn
Sunday 1 a.m. Paralso
tA a m OttrMlM OiinriAM anhrwl
" Servl P m P,r" tvfljllctl
Sunday. Oct, 18th 8 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Waton S.D. 7 p.m. sir. A. A.
Mondtv. uet. 10th 1:80 o.m. Prna
ration Claas Mr. Oto. MltcheU. f:0
p.m. Praytr meeting Mr, Pearl ford.
lucsosy, ucv aist 7:ao pjn. uirn
Lesgu. Mrs. K. King.
iriasy nsu p.m.t-Tioir rrscuce,
CHURCH OF THE NA2ARKNE
Mt. Hope, Canal Zone
(scroll from Ml. Hop R.R. Ststlon)
Rev. Jamei H. Jones, Pastor
Box 6018 Msrgarita, C.E.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:45 a m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm.
Prayer and Praise Service 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIS1 CHURCH
Panama H p MUra itreei East
Mev fe ft BroWB. Minister
Divine Worship ...... :30 a.m
iMI L aawrew Aepuns
ui d 00-1 footios puns
Meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m ana
ifunday si 4 0t om win Mtmeriii
ins AaiUt Road Balboa
Kingdom Hall Diablo Heights C.Z.
Wstchtower Study Sundays, 4:00 p.m
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs Thursdays.
days. Thursdays. 7:00 p.m.
Service Meeting Thursday!, 8:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chaoel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:10 t m.
Sunday scnooi Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Sooiety, Tuesday 8:00 s.m.
MIA, Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Primary, Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephon Salbos 4187
itulldlns 100, Bchoolhouse Road. Gstun
Sunday School, Sundsy 8:30 a.m
Sasramant Meeting: Sunday 11:00 a m
CURUNDU PROTEST A NT CHURCH
"A Warm. Hearted Cfaiirch"
Milton K Leldlg, Minister
shun fia as.tna fit S5.S105
i Sunday .School .,......,,, :M ,m
V I A laa fnr avarv seal
Morning Worship u hki a.m
Youth Fellowship 8:00 p.m
Esvenlng Worship 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Prals (Wd .) Tioo p.m
A church bursty tn provtdM.
OLi, CAIHOLK CHLHCH
SI Raphael fh Archangel
11th St Wast No )
oiv siuoharist Sunday t wo
Wednesday and Thnrsdsv
01 unction IHMlthg
Sunday c. each month
Panama R. P
Ki mn T ism D D etUUlop
Morning devotion 3:00 t m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 t.m
Sundav School 3:00 p.m
CHRISTADKLPHIAN' BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J Arosemena, Colon
Memorial Servle 10:60 t m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture 7:30 p.m.
Adult Bible Class . 7:30 p.m.
64 First Street
Urbanl7.acl6n El Carmen FanamS Clt'v
Informal Talks and Discussions
rtiursdav II 8:00 OA
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs American Btaatr)
Stud Cfswt Thurdv 7:10 o.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
EspAlaba St, Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldahs H Stewart, Pastor
Sundsy: 11:00 m Worship Servlc
3:00 p.m Sundsy School.
1:16 p.m Cospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 1:00 Choi. Rehearssl.
Frldsy: 7:30 Women's Mlsslonsry So
CHURCH OP CHRIST
13th A Bollvsr Ave., Cristobal. C.Z.
n urik. tt...-Aiu,
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Bible Clssaes 10:60 s.m.
Morning Worship and
Herald of Truth
HOK .. 8:48
Mid-Week Bible Study
Questions tnd Answers
HOK. Col6n, R.P.
You will receive s wsrm welcome at
each of our isrvlcei.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdqtrs. :
riit'Rni of non Rainoa, r.z.
Wlrf Mrmorla Bldg.
Information: Phone Gamtoa 431
Sunday Servlc .. 11:00 am
Youth Servlc 8 .10 pm
Evangelistic 7 30 p m.
CHURCH OF GOD Paralao,
NO. 4 Paralso Road
Information: Phone Persian 633
Sundsy Service 11;00 s.m
Youth Servlc 6:30 p.nt
Evsngellstlc .. 7 '30 p.m
CHURCH OF OOD Rio Absjo, Pm.
ISth Street. Psrqu Lfvr
Sundsy Servlc 11 00 m
Sundty School ,. ,. 3 06 p.m
Evangelistic . 7 16 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD Chorrllln, Prn.
NO. 4-144, 17th Street
Sundty School tnd
Morning Service lo:0 t.m.
S7vngutle 7:80 p.m.
CmraCH OP OOD OttuncIllA, Pm.
Trtntiithmltn Highway, Oatuncllla
Sunday School and
Morning Servle 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic .. .... 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH Of OOD Stnt Rltt, Pml.
Tranitithmlan Highway, ianta Rita
Sunday School tnd
Morning Service 18 noon
Kvsngeustle 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Cstlva, Psnsma
Trnsllhmltn Highway, Cativ
Sundsy School and
Morning Servlc 11:00 a m
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m
CHOUBCH OF OOD Colon, Pints
am Direct near atcienae Ave.
Sunday School and
Morntn Service 10:00 a m
, v Diablo, Heights, C.Z.
Bv. Csrl V. Thompson, Minliter
Box tool, Ditblo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Horn Balbo 3137
Church Balbo 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Worship Servlc 11:00 s.m.
Youth Servlc 6:00 p.m.
Frldsy: Bible Study 7.00 p.m.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Arthur W. Meyer, Psitor
P.O. Box 883, Balboa, C.Z.
1:00 a.m. Sunday School and Blblt
10:13 a.m. Worship Bervlc
Holy Communion, first Sundsy
of th month,
COCO SOLO CHAPEL
Mr. Hilbert W. Rlemtr, Vicar
14:18 a m. Sundsy School and Blblt
11:00 t m. Worship Servlc
Holy Communion, last Sunday
ot th month.
J SWISH SIIWI ""i'S
duct Rotd Bilbo, C,i Rabbi Nathan
w i mm uirtcipr.
Servls Friday, iibo p.m Saturday
1 :3( p.m
Ida Mtfca. liallnaa at Jewish tarviaa,
jnrr ou Bass and Station i.
conaiaaatios Kol Shttritn ursti Ave
oid Cubs nd 3(th Street, Bell Vlrtt
Ctnamt City Service 8:uo n m
Posts and Bases
Junior Church Sundsy School 9:01.
Morning Worship .. 10:(K)
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
Fellowship Hour 11 Ot
Fellowship Hour 11:0'.
Daily Mass 8:00
Sunday Masses.. 8:00 9:16 it 11:45
Confession Saturday.. 8:00 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School .. 9 31
Morning Worship 11:0(
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... B ui
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 7:0C
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School :3i
Morning Worship 9:30
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible Class Monday .. 7:30
Young People's Instruction
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion First Sun Sundsy
dsy Sundsy Ot Month)
Sunday Masses 8:30 &
Novenn Servioes Thufsday
Confessions Saturday .. 8:20
Dally Mass .... . .
Sunday Masses 8:00. 8:15 &
Confessions Sstttrdsy 8:00 A
Catechism Cla Wednesday
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
1 1 .00
Confessions Saturday. 6:00
Sunday Mas .. ;."
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sundsy Msssei 7:45
Sundsy Mass (Spanish I
Novena Services Tuesday
Confessions Saturday ... 7 :00
rK v nhh. Haitit-riav 2:00
itsn-.lWft Balboa-Friday .... 7:30
AlKrnnlr Air FnrrP SaturdaV 4:00
HSIO-.IWB. Balboa Saturday 5:30
Sunday School 9;3JJ
Morning Worship J
Coffe Call ..... "J"
Church Nursery x 1":'"
Roturriav MhSR 11. .10
c.nrt.v Mik ... 8 30. 9:30 & 5:00
Confessions Saturday 1200
Tuesday . 7:16
Wkly Service in all churches
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study and Prayer
Pator r.R. Archbold Tel. M-3-3SW)
CALM Verflti. AV. J.- Q wawai nu.
'-i ;tt 9itVi Nn. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd
and 4th' Bts.
Rio Abalo lllh St. No. 17
Oamboi and Frljole
Pstor W. H. Waller Tel, 6-580
Pastor A, A. Orlzzl Tel. 6-103
Spanish Churches PsclflC Sid Psnams
Pastor Daniel Moncsds Tl. 18-8-6173,
Panama, Calls Darlen No. 3.
Pedregel A Nuevo Gunrsre.
Pastor O. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Cilslobsl English IBIh A Bollvsr
Colon 3rd St,
Pallor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish 16th A Bolivar
0844 Gavllmi Roiul. Balboa Tel.
2-1858 A 2-3531.
THE CHURCHES OF GOD
Genersl Office Anderson. Indlsna
Rev. Wm. Livingston Supervisor
' The Church of God
lth St (Monte Oscuro Rd ) Rio Abel"
Rev. W.' J. Johnson Piltor
Sunday Schooi 8:30 am
Morning Worship. 10:S0.m
Sundsy Night service 7 30p.m.
The Chueh ot God
ICat Eighth Street
Mrs. L. C. Donsldson. Psstot
Morning Worship 10:10 s.m.
Sunday School 3:80 s.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:15p.m.
The Church of Ood
Mrs. M. Mines. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 .m.
uhday Night Service ... 7 10 p.m.
Morning Wonhlp 11:00 s.m
f irst C hurch of Gud
Cor. Jamaica A Trinldnd Stl.
Kalnbhw City. C.;!,
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
Rv. G. W. Granrtiaon, ABSO. Pssltsr
Sutirlsv School 8 30 a m
Moming Worship 10:90 am
Sunday Night Servlc 7:30 p.m.
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POINT FOUR- LANDING W. Alan Laflln, new Point Tour director for PanamA, and Mrs. Laf Laf-Un
Un Laf-Un are picture on their arrival at Tocumen Airport. Welcoming the couple Is Harris P. Daw Dawson,
son, Dawson, assistant director of Point Four.
Godfrey Says Slay
In Hawaii Is Best
Tonic In The World
HONOLULU (UPI) Arthur
Godfrey, suntanned and strum strumming
ming strumming .:kui"ii m tonay ih
his stay in Hawaii had been the
"best tonic in the world."
"I feel very well," he said.
Tapping his chest, he continued:
"You know these things make you
realize that you're not here- for forever.
ever. forever. Life on this planet is not as
permanent as it seems.
"And you find most of the
things you thought valuable are
The TV-radio entertainer re referred
ferred referred to his operation for lung
canct?r last spring.
Stretched out on the lanai of
the Kona Inn, Godfrey said that
his future Plans depended upon
the reception accorded his new
TV show next month. He said all
thp Hawaiian shots had been com completed.
pleted. completed. "I hulo In lnnvp ho coiH "hill
we have Some work to do at the
farm in VlrRinla before thp s'iiw
will Le ready for filming at the
Godfrey said he wanted to fhow
his audience that the true Hawaii Hawaiian
an Hawaiian hula was the "most gracious
dance" in the world.
"I also Want to bring some of
the new Hawaiian songs to the
mainland," he said. "I h av e
learned two lovely songs in Ha-1
waiian. one about p beautiful dri
living in a grass shack, called
Lei Aloha, and the other called!
Puuwal, depicts a man who has a
home on river hank.
"They're bea- tiful, they're won-j
derful song. I love them, and I
think everybody who hears them
will love them, too."
Godfrey expected to reach San
Francisco sometime late todj
He will spend a day visiting his
son, Dick. Then he will fly to
his Virginia farm.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Mrs. L.
C. Bates, president of the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas National Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People, as
ing President Eisenhower for pro protection
tection protection after her house guard was
arrested for carrying a concaled
"Despite repeated bombing, at attacks
tacks attacks by gunfire and rocks and
other assaults on our home ...
both local and federal authorities
have declined to provide the
minimum physical protection we
ISLIP. N.Y. Francis Bloytti,
i7, quoted by police after cm cm-a..slng
a..slng cm-a..slng to the murders of three
h.ne workers In Long Island eat
"If I had had more bullets 1
would have shot more people."
FRIESLAND, Wis. Rallioad
official Vim Hussey, describing
(he delicate operation of righting
an overturned propane gas car to
prevent an explosion:
'We had to work fast. We
ouldn't waste any time No on
even talked when thrv diilfi'l
ATLANTA Mrs. Opie Uben Uben-berry,
berry, Uben-berry, 28, explaining win she
Rave severe' of her eight chil children
dren children to relatives and allegedly
planned lo give the others away
"I didn't know what to do. Even
If 1 got all my children back, I
still couldn't take care of them.
After all, I don't have any mon
In Net is Old
WHITSTABLE, England (UPI)
fisherman Victor Davis report-
frl be mas, tfurad today
night that he was at work in thr
Oore Channel when "something
rather heavy" caught i i his nets.
After ht ling up his nets, DaviR
look one look and nu ck .' Humped
his big catch a German mains
tic mine from World War II.
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ARMY GENERALS MEET MaJ. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, left,
commanding general, U.S. Army Caribbean, meets with Brig.
Gen. John H. McQee, Antilles commander, in his Fort Brooke
office, for discussions before touring Army Installations and
facilities in Puerto Rico. Dasher spent the week visiting Fort
Brooke, Fort Buchanan, Henry Barracks and the Salinas Train Training
ing Training Area's National Guard Camp. (U.S. Army Photo
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MAJ. GUILLERMO RODRIGUEZ LIEVANO of Bogota, Colombia,
was honored by the U.S. Army Ceribbean School as he complet completed
ed completed a year's service as gue&t instructor with the command and
staff section. Col. Cecil Hlmes, school commandant, presented
Rodriguez with an Instructor's diploma before he returned to
Colombia. Each year at least one Latin American military stu student
dent student Is recommended by the school staff to serve on the faculty
in a guest capacity. (U.S. Army Photo)
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THB PANAMA AMEKICAU AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KZW8PAPEB
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1951
Chisox Win To Increase American League Lead
(Bed en 300 official at bats)
PAG I SIX
Cautions Bill Veeck Says,
'Please, No Pennant Talk'
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UPI) Cautious Bill Veeck
says, "Please, no pennant talk," but what else is there
to talk about in the face of the White Sox' fantastic .774
pace since the first All-Star Game?
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Veeck s afraid that any talk
about World Series' tickets might
jinx the White Sox. The way they
have been winning since mid-July
however, it's going to take a lot
more than tak to stop 'em.
Al Lopez' crew has won 24 of
its lasl 31 games in a break breakneck
neck breakneck dash toward the club's first
pennant since 1919. Of added sig significance
nificance significance is tht fact the White
Sox have broken out in a rare
display of powei lately.
No one is calling them "Hitless
Wonders" any more. Instead,
they're becoming fhore and more
thought of as the new American
Sherm Lollar set the pace
when he rocketed a pair of two two-run
run two-run homers in a 5-1 victory ov over
er over the Athletics last night that
increased Chicago's league lead
to 3 1-2 games.
Lollar's 16th homer in the sev seventh
enth seventh inning broke a scoreless!
pitching duel between Bob Shawl
and Jonnny kucks ano nis nm
homer in the eighth highlighted a
three-run rally. Shaw gave up on only
ly only five hits in bringing his record
Detroit crushed Cleveland, il l;
Boston beat New York, 11-6, and
Washington deteated Baltimore.
7-3, in other Ai games.
All three National League con
tenders lost. Chicago licked
League-leading San irancisco, 7-5,
St. Louis bea. second-ptace Los
Angeles, 2-1 in 11 innings, and
Pittsburgh defeated third place
Milwaukee, 2-1. Cincinnati swept
a twi-night doubleheader from
Philadelpnia, 15-13 and 5-4.
Frank Lary of the Tigers notch notched
ed notched his 15th victory with a seven seven-hitter
hitter seven-hitter over the Indians. Tito Fran Fran-cona's
cona's Fran-cona's 13th homer in the ninth in inning
ning inning spoiled Lary's shutout, but
Harvey Kuenn gave the Detroit
right-hander all the runs he need needed
ed needed with a two-run homer off Cal
McLish in the first inning. Ed Eddie
die Eddie Yost went five-for-five to pacei
Detroit's 14-hit offensive.
The Red Sox won their game
from the Yankees with a nine nine-run
run nine-run rally in the eighth inning.
Pineh-hitter Vic Werti' grand grand-ttam
ttam grand-ttam homer off loser Ryne Du Duron
ron Duron tied tied the score at 6-6
and Gary Geiger's homer in the
tame frame broke the deadlock
s the Red Sox sent 14 men to
the plate. Reliever Prank Bau Bau-mann
mann Bau-mann was credited with' the vic victory.
tory. victory. The Senators won their third
Straight game with the aid of two
Oriole errors that set the stage
for four unearned runs. An er error
ror error by Brooks Robinson set up
the tie-breaking run in the eighth
and Gene Woodling's muff of a
routine fly pave.i the way f o r
three more runs in the nifith.
Harmon Killebrew hit his 36th
homer. Submarine bailer Dick
Hyde was the winner and south southpaw
paw southpaw Billy O'Dell the loser.
Ernie Banks, Walt Moryn and
' Dale Long each belted two-run
homers against the Giants as the
Cubs scored their fourth straight
victory. Banks homer was
DAI DAA TUrATFD 2:00 4:lo
unmvn i i ii-m
COCO SOLO 7:00
"AROUND THE WORLD
IN 80 DAYS"
Also Showing Sunday!
'Ride a Crooked
Run. "Murder by
"MAN OF THE
TO D A
7 IV OH
with Lana Turner
VOICE IN THK
with Richard Egan
35th of the campaign and brought
his runs batted-iri total to 110 in
113 games. Willey McCovey hom homered
ered homered lor ;he Giants.
Glenn Hobble, who struck out
10 oelore departing for a pinch
"hitter in the seventh, gained his
12th victory. Sam Jones suffered
his llth loss.
Alex Grammas' pinch single
with the bases loaded in the llth
ended a five-gamp Cardinal los losing
ing losing streak and beat the Dodgers.
Duke Snider's 18th homer in the
sixth inning gave Dodger starter
Don Drysdale a 1-0 lead, but Joe
Cunningham tied the score with
homer in the ninth. Lindy McDan McDan-iel
iel McDan-iel gained his 12th win and Clem
Labine was tagged with his 10th
Vern Law of tht Pirates re registered
gistered registered his 13th victory with
five-hit effort against the Braves
Singles by Bob Skinner, Bob Cle Cle-mente,
mente, Cle-mente, Smoky Burgess and Don
Hoik gave the Pirates both
their runs off Joey' Jay in the
The Phillies scored eight runs
in the second inning of their open opener
er opener with the Reds to take an 8-0
lpad, but Cincinnati kept pecking
away and won the game with a
ive-run rally in the ninth. Vada
Pinson and Frank Ribinson each
had five hits in Cincy's 23-hit at attack,
tack, attack, Brooks Lawrence was the
In the nightcap, the Reds broke
a 4-4 tie when Gus Bell singled
Johnny Temple home from third
base in (he eighth. Willard
Schmidt was the winning pitcher.
MANUEL ICAZA Sports Must
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
(UPI) Manuel Ycaia, pressing
Eddie Arcaro for jockey honors
at Saratoga, booted home three
winners Thursday. Ycaia scored
with Naik ($4.50) in the first
race, Jimson Weed ($4.90) in the
third and Merry Hill ($1.40) in the
New York Rejects
To Promote Rovinn
NEW YORK (t'PI)-The New
York State Athletic Commission
has rejected Vincent J. Velella's
application for a license to nro nro-mote
mote nro-mote boxing in the state. Com Commission
mission Commission Chairman Melvin L. Kru Kru-lewitch
lewitch Kru-lewitch announced Friday.
Vplella, attorney and Harlem
politician, was accused recently
hv Promoter B'll Rosensohn of
forcing him to give up control of
Rosensohn Enter n r i s e s. Inc..
which promoted the Ingemar Jo Johansson
hansson Johansson Flovd Patterson heavy-
weight title fight.
ACADEMY AWARD WINNER
kit UreeiaT h
COLOR by DC LUXE
b Mto ei am mum
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"IMITATION OF LIFE"
Sun. "The Naked & The Dead'
"The Revenge of
Camp Blerd 7:00
Y-Tga e attcses-TQ DAY
with E. Rambal
DKRECHO A l.A
with Yolanda Varela
M I S 8 I L E
C AB R H Pet.
' Aaron, Mil. 112 465 87 167 .367
Cun., St. L. 108 337 45 115 .341
Pinson, Cin. 115 483 101 159 .329
Temple, Cin. 115 459 83 147 .320
Gil.. L. A. 104 376 73 119 .316
Cepeda, S.F. 112 447 74 141 .315
Hoo., Cin. 113 423 82 133 314
Banks, Chi. 113 430 75 134 .312
Boyer, St. L. 114 428 64 133 .311
White, St.L. U2 420 60 130 .310
Mantle, N Y.
101 400 71 140 .350
98 377 67 123 .326
114 468 65 152 .325
106 340 50 110 .323
110 425 70 135 .318
112 432 69 131 .303
111 451 85 136 .302
85 322 54 94 .292
107 401 75 115 .287
110 399 77 114 .286
Runs Batted In
, Jensen, Red Sox
Malzine, Red Sox
Jensn, Red Sox
(Based on 14 or more decisions)
W L Pl..
is o m
16 6 .727
15 7 .682
13 7 .650
10 6 .625
12 3 .800
12 5 .706
14 6 .700
16 7 .696
11 5 .688
Wynn, White Sox
To Play All-Stars
The Clayton Junior Cavaliers,
teenage basketball league cham champions,
pions, champions, will meet a league A 1 i i-Star
Star i-Star team in the first of a two-out-of-three
series Mont'ay eve evening
ning evening at the A 1 b r o o k Gym Gymnasium.
nasium. Gymnasium. Although the Junior Cavaliers
have not as yet completed their
league schedule, they have
clinched the league championship
with a perfect 130 record.
The game, which will precede
the scheduled Albrook Flyer
Clayton Cavalier contest that be begins
gins begins at 7:30, is to start prompt promptly
ly promptly at 6 p.m.
Coaches for the AH Stars, se selected
lected selected by the league coaches, are
Sergeant Dick Shaffer of the
Albrook Junior Flyers, and
Charles Cordova, Amador Junior
Following is the first team
All-Star squad selected lo oppose
the Junior Cavaliers. Clayton
players listed will be replaced by
alternate for the game: Guards,
Joseph Lastinger, Curunclu and
Don Egan, Clayton; center, John
Hunter, Clayton; forwards, Bill
Fields, Clayton and Robert Wil Wil-mouth.
mouth. Wil-mouth. Navy.
EVANSTON, 111. (UPI) -Johnny
Revolta, who plays in a
few choice tournaments these
riavs, generally is regarded as one
of the outstanding teachers ot
the game. Many outstanding
men and women gofers often
seek his advice when their game
R I O
With Ix)uis Prima
and Keely Smith
- Also: -Another
UPSET VICTORY Heavyweight Alonzo Johnson (left) ducks under a hard right thrown by Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine Ale Miteff who scored a unanimous decision over the Braddock, Pa., slugger In their
10-round mh.in event In Madison Square Garden last night.
NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UPI)
Alex Miteff of Argentina, fol following
lowing following his voctory last night o o-ver
ver o-ver heavyweight challenger Al Al-lonso
lonso Al-lonso Johnson, declared today
that he is convinced that "fat
gives strength and energy."
ThP sensational Buenos Aires
boxer weighed 208 lbs. (the
most he over weighed) which he
used to put an end to the straing
of 12 wins which had Deen
accumulated by the U.S. boxer,
with a unanimous ten-round de decision
cision decision in Madison Square Garden.
Johnson weighed 185-1-2 libs.
Although he looked somewhat
flabby, especially around t h e
stomach, Alex declared mat ne
will be at the same weight for
his next fight in M a d i s on
Square Garden on Qet. 16, a3
.aajnst Fddie Machen or wuue
Promotor Harry Markson said,
"We want Alex to come back
on Oct. 16. He marie a very good
impression last night."
"I am taking vitamins for
my blood and gaining weight
to gain strength and energy,"
said the A g e n 1 1 n e boxer.
"Last night I felt so strong at
70,000 See Baltimore
Pro Grid Champs Lick
College All-Stars 29-0
By ED SAINSBURY
CHICAGO, Aug. 15-UPI)-A
capacity crowd of 70,000 fans jam
med Soldier Field last night for the
26th All Star Football Game, pit pitting
ting pitting the National League Champion
Baltimore Colts against the pick of
last year's college players.
Baltimore, beaten only three
times last year in its 12 game NFL
schedule, was a 17-point favorite
to win. The pros have won 15 pre previous
vious previous games, the All Stars eight
and two were tied.
The night was hot and humid,
hut the weather forecaster's earlier
threat of possible showers seemed
The notable individual guest was
Vice President Richard M. Nixon,
who came in to attract the atten attention
tion attention of the crowd, while the All
Star players were being introduced
individually. Nixon was seated on
the 50 vard line in the first row
along with other dignitaries
Baltimore Coach WeDO r-wna,
started the same eleven wnicn or
gan the championship game a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst the New York Giants last
December while Otto uranam,
coach of the All Stars for the sec
ond straight game, relied on mid
west players for his starting oi
fensive lineup, picking four Big Ten
linemen plus Fullback Nick Pietro Pietro-sante
sante Pietro-sante of Notre Dame.
All Stirs Po-
Rnddv Dial. Rice LE
Gene' Selawsky, Purdue
Mike Rabold, Indiana
Dan James, Ohio State
John Wooten, Colorado
Francis O'Brien Mich. Slate
Dave Sherer, Southern Meth
Lee Grosscuo. Utah
Don Brown, Houston mi
Dick Haley, Pittsburgh RH
Nick Pietrosante, Notre Dame FB
Ray Berry, T'F.
Jim Parker LT
Art Spinney. LG
I Madison Nutter, C
Alex Miteff Punches
To Upset Over Johnson
the end that I could have gone
The victory was Miteff's 20th
in 23 bouts. He had lost three
ILLead To 8 Games
NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UPI) -At
the rate the Buhalo Bisons are
traveling, only a prolonged slump
could possibly prevent last sea season's
son's season's seventh place finishers from
copping the International League
flag this vear.
Buffalo, leading the circhiit oy
eight games, was extended to 11
innings last night before beating
the Columbus Jets, 4-2. A two-run
homer by Louis-'-Vassie in the llth
spelled the difference.
Rochester also went 11 frames
to whip Richmond, 5-3. The Vees
tied the game at 3-3 with a run :n
the ninth, but the Red Wings
surged back for the clincher.
Montreal and Havana gained a
pair of 3-2 victories, the Royals
edging Miami and the Sugar
Kings squeaking past Toronto.
Alex Sandusky, RG
George Presa RT
Jim Mutscheller RE
John Unitas, QB
L. G. Dupre, LH
Lennie Moore, RH
Alan Ameche, FB
Baltimore struck first blood for
eight points in 89 seconds in the
closing four minutes of the first
period. The Colts got two points on
a safety when James' pass from
center to Sherer, back to pun,
wnet over his head and rolled out
of the End Zone.
Taseff returned the All Stars'
free kick 42 yards to the All Star
38 and Unitas passed to .Mutschel .Mutscheller
ler .Mutscheller for 33 yards. On the second
play Unitas passed to Bprry for
three yards and a touchdown.
Myrha's nlacekick conversion
was wide. The All Stars Newman
completed an 11 vard pass to
Sherer to the Stars 34. hut two
plays lost 17 and the Stars had to
Baltimore struck for Ihrce more
touchdowns in the second period,
two of them after breaks. One
came on a 29-yard pass from Uni Unitas
tas Unitas to Mutscheller after Addison
recovered a pun) fumbled by Billy
Stacy on the All Stars' 23.
Davis got the other "gift"' score,
intercepting the first pass thrown
by Buddy Humphrey and returning
36 vards for a score.
The Colts paraded 81 yards in
13 plays for the next score, Unitas
passing to Dupre for 13 yards for
the tally. Rechichar converted lift
er each touchdown.
Neither team scored in the final
half hut the Colts threw hark one
All Star threat. Baltimore's Rechi Rechichar
char Rechichar missed a 4G-vnr1 field goal
attempt and then the Stars got a
break when Coronado recovered
fumbled punt by Simpson on the
A pass interference penally mov moved
ed moved the S'ars to the 8 and a Ptacek Ptacek-Dowlrr.
Dowlrr. Ptacek-Dowlrr. pass carried to three. But
T.wff lnlercente-1 Ptncek'n next
pass in the end one nd the Colts
advanced to the 45 ns the game
ended All Star 0, Baltimore Colts
fights within the last year, two
of them on first round knock knockouts.
outs. knockouts. Because of this, the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine entered the ring a 5-6 un underdog.
derdog. underdog. Johnson, who was seeking his
18th pro victory in 19 tries,
suffered his second decision de
feat instead. M i t e f f's 22-1-2
pound weight aovantage was too
much for the game Braddock Pa.
slugger to overcome.
For Two-Year Pact
BALTIMORE CUPI) Paul
Richards revealed today that he
rejectee': five-year contract in
favor of a new two-year pact to
manage the Baltimore Orioles be because
cause because "I don't want the owners
saddled with me for more than
two years if something happens
to make them change their
Richards, who signed Thursday
for an estimated $45,000 a year,
plus a. percentage of the Orioles'
home gate over 900,000 added, "it
is also possible I might not want
to stay in baseball after 1961."
He insisted, however, that he
has "no desire to go elsewhere."
"1 have one of the best jobs n
the majors," he said. "Why
should I want to change? I get
along well with Lee (MacPhail)
and he is a fine baseball man.
I've said it before and I'll re repeat
peat repeat it now: I hope to remain in
Baltimore until I'm through as a
The Orioles, one of the big sur sur-orises
orises sur-orises of the season, are current currently
ly currently in fourth place and have been
in the first division for the last
3Vi months. The team never has
finished higher than fifth since it
inherited the old St. Louis
Browns' franchise In 1954.
Beflina A Ri! Old
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) Na National
tional National League all-time great Stan
Musiai sat it out on the St. Louis
Cardinals bench yesterday. They
told him he was getting a bit old.
Cardinal general manager Bing
Devine said tusial was in per perfect
fect perfect agreement with the arrange arrangement
ment arrangement to sit out most of the sea season's
son's season's remainder "so we can play
a lot of our younger men."
For h's part. Musiai said he
was "very anxious" to play in
lDGO. Devine said Musiai could
play with the Cardinals so long
as lv wants.
"Stan is not being benched,"
Devine told a hastily-called press
conference just before tonight's
Cardinal Los Angeles Dodger
game. "He's fully in agreement
with what we're doing. It's just
that for the rest of the season
we'll be playing lots of young
Musiai. 39, 6 time National
League baiting champion, second
on1'.' to Me! Ott in number of all all-time
time all-time home runs, runs scored ant
nt"r, batted-in and to Honus Wac-
ner in hits, all time leader in
doubles and total bases, only is
hitting .261 this season. His life lifetime
time lifetime batting average entering the
season was .340 far and above
the highesi of any active Na National
tional National Leaguer.
"I'm eager to play so long as
I can be of help to the team,"
CHICAGO (UPI) Barry Lat--i.-.ii.
risht hmdei! pitcher for
the Chicago White Sox, originally
planned 'o become a furniture
TEAMS W L Pet. CB
San Francisco iS 49 .570
Los Angeles 63 52 .548 Vi
Milwaukee el 51 .545 3
Chicago 5 57 .496 8Vi
Pittsburgh 56 58 .491 9
Cincinnati 55 60 .478 lO'i
St. Louis 54 63 .462 12Vi
Philadelphia 47 67 .412 18
San Francisco at Chicago
Los Angeles at St. Louis
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
San Francisco 002 010 1015 12 C
Chicago 010 002 40x 7 8 I
S. Jones (15-11), Byerly, G
Jones and Landri'h, Schmidt.
Hobbie (12-9) Henry and S. Tay
Milwaukee 000 100 0001 5 2
Pittsburgh 200 000 OOx 2 7 0
Jay (4-10), McMahon and Cran
Law (13-7) and Burgess.
Cincinnati 003 310 305-15 23 5
Philadelphia 083 000 002-13 16 0
Newcombe, Acker, Pefia, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence (7-10), Brosnan and Bailey.
Conley, Phillips, Farrell (1-5),
Robinson, Gomez and Lonnelt,
Cincinnati 400 000 0105
Philadelphia 101 200 0004
Schmidt (3-2). Newcombe
Owens (8-10) and Thomas.
Los Angeles 000 001 000 001 9 1
St. Louis 000 000 091 012 12 0
Drysdale, Labine (8-9). McDevitt
and Roseboro, Pignatano.
Gibson, Stone, McDaniel (12-11)
1WHY VOSSLER TURNED PRO
I FT., WORTH, i Tex. (UPI) -1.
Ernie Vossler deserted a thriv thriving
ing thriving plumbing and heating busi business
ness business in 1954 to become a pro professional
fessional professional golfer. A string of !4
straight amateur victories con convinced
vinced convinced him it was time to turn
7 1:00 P. M.
MC7 I ,jms: i
V ' WL 3 the
il' i m whelming
TEAMS W L Pet. GB
Chicago 69 43 .H
Cleveland 67 48 .583 3'V
New York 57 57 .50013
Baltimore 54 57 .496 131
Detroit 56 60 .483 15
Kansas City 53 62 .461 17Vi
Boston 52 62 .456 18
Washington 41 68 .409 23'A
Chicago at Kansas City (N)
Cleveland at Detroit
Boston at New York
Washington at Baltimore (N
Washington 000 200 1137 6 1
Baltimore 200 001 0003 6 2
Fischer, Woodeschick Hyde (2-3)
Brown, Portocarrero, Loes O''
Dell (6-10) and Ginsberg.
Boston 010 010 090-11 14 2
New York 204 000 0OQ 6 10 0
Brewer, Chittum, Baumann (4-1)
Fornieles and White.
Ford, Duren (2-5), S h a n t z,
Coates and Berra.
II' Ll f
Cleveland 000 000 0011 7 t
Detroit 214 000 04x-ll 14 1
McLish (14-6), Locke, Smith"'
Lary (5-7) and Berberet. .".
Chicago 000 000 2305 9 0
Kansas City 000 000 0101 5 5
Shaw (12-3) and Lollar.
Kucks (6-9), Dickson, Grim
and Chiti, House..
BUSY AT THE
NEW YORK (UPI) Bill:
Dickey caught 100 or more games games-for
for games-for the New York Yankees for 13",
TODAY ENCANTO 35
Gregory Peck In
Bob Hope In
"ALIAS JESSE JAMES"
m Mm hcm ;
lot'vt Bohi bw Hurt";
KARL MALDEN In
'PHANTOM OF RUE MORGUE"
fHl PANAMA AMERICAN AN IM) IT INDENT DAILY NEWSfAPEB
AG I SIVIN
IATURDAY, AUGUST IS. K
CZ. Teeners Tie
Darkness Halts Hicks Slim Favorite To Whip
TV I V$ "i HI 12 -I
i ,,c 0v,ri pnsmb nf the internationally prominent Saprissa soccer team of San Jose.
VISITING SAPRISSA SOCCER JEAM-The playm P aMma 01ymplc stadium (tonight and to:
Costa Rica are shown above. The Saprissa eln. wh ch wm Rodrlguez C ty MonKe, Francisco Rojas. Giovanni
morrow), won 16 of 19 games on its '"vacano. Miguel Cortes, Wicho Vasquez,.Piche Garcia. Cados Jroz Rodol Rodol-Rodriguez,
Rodriguez, Rodol-Rodriguez, Felipe Induini, Catato Cordero. O"jj.ero and Hernan Carboni. Tonight the Saprissa team tackles Viceroy,
fo Aguilar Gonzalo Garcia Ml.uel Fallas Arnoido ARuero and Hern EspaAola, the first place team in the Panama
champion soccer team of the province of Co on m n w wey g
cfrst Rprips soccer League at piesem. aom Kdinca a.c
Result of Wednesday's game:
CZ W Teener 320 U3 :
Latrobe All Staii U02 OCj j
.T jitsLoie Fntiaj Uanie
C Z V i W Teener oil 000 m
Huntingdon All Stars 100 006 10
; .ie Colon Arena.
I licks who was the leading as
niran: for 118 pound king Edwin
Sykes' crown unti Hector drop drop-icd
icd drop-icd a decision to Toto Ibarra ov-
The CZ VFW Teeners plavint!1'1" tnreP months ago and Man Man-their
their Man-their last scheduled game before ''lattan. a winner of eight straight
Manhattan In Colon Tomorrow
Second ranked bantamweight a ho was champ at the time, aging fight, if Manhattan is reafly to in
contender Hecor Hicks was a Baby Quiros. was serving a pn vade the heavier bracket perma-
slight favorite today to hand un- son term. nently.
beaten flywweight ci.ampion Man- The Kid's l.andlcrs. who haw General admission is $1, gener-
attan Kid his first licking when run out of contenders in ttis 112 al ringside, $2; reserved ringsida
ne pair mets tomorrow night at pound class for their young tigc. S3 and children and boxers, 50
will De atile to necinc aner ini i cents.
By MARK BRANDON
Albrpok Flyers Down
Amador For 11th Win
Of Basketball Season
moving on to Hershey for the Na
tional Tournament batted a
strong Huntingdon All Star Teen
er team to a 2-2 deadlock.
In the eighth inning manager.
Smith juggled his, line up in .in
effort to break the dealock. For
tune pinch hit for Smith and
grounded out for out No. 2. Young
Cage was sent in to run for Priest Priest-er
er Priest-er at first but was thrown out on
an attempted steal at second to
end the game which was c a 1 e 1 1
at tha period by mutual consent
on account of darkness.
Roy Bettis and Dick Ness form
ed the battery for the CZ. Teen Teeners.
ers. Teeners. Bateman held first Huddles Huddles-ton
ton Huddles-ton second Brandon short W.
French third Reichart left Held
battles, have agreed 0n a
weigj-t limit of 118 pounds for the
Although the onimising Kid is
expected to give the tough
Hicks a good lialtle the concen concensus
sus concensus in most fight quitters ap appears
pears appears to be that Hicks will use
to advantage, the experienc" he
has acquired in taking on tough
Hicks' most important victory
to date is a unanimous decision
over Venezuelan Ramnnoito Arias.
Hicks beat Ramoncito one of the
main contenders for world 112 112-pound
pound 112-pound monarch Argentina Pas Pas-cual
cual Pas-cual Perez' title, at the Macare Macare-na
na Macare-na bullring earlv tlis year
Manhattan gained his title hv
.. Amador Forward Ray Crawford (16) wins con
of S ?2Wundom Albrook's Bob Self in the third period
f their meetinK Thursday at Albrook. Looking on is Albroookite
?er?yelpahand Wrs" Joe 3;
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK lUI'l) Maybe
It could be a rough season on
tn.e. -"T: .".Kin line between
""h Vnd "rty football and the
rough and ur V Unjlas
CO IS i S11"-"' ,u;u imP In
Baltimore's storybook victory to
take the league tale completed
the "hii sell which pro .ooioa
has been making over the past
low vivifi Hut il also sol inc
Colts' ud as the 1959 season's num
ber one target and the team
could have hurt itself even worse
than by being overconfident in
selling reserve qua r t e r b a c k
Shaw, "the number one man be before
fore before his injury permitted Unitas
to take over, was shipped to the
Ci i a ii s and it could "make'' the
team which always has a rock rock-ribbed
ribbed rock-ribbed defense but putters offensively.
ByV3C JERRY WALSH
The Albrook "Flyers" copped
their 11th win of the season by
downing the Ft. Amador "Troop "Troopers"
ers" "Troopers" 88-79 at the Albrook Gym
Thursday night. Big Lon Stephen Stephenson
son Stephenson led the Albrook attack with 29
The "Fivers" played good ball
in the opening period, outscoring
the "Troopers 21-19 wun Bin
Agan and Jerry Patrie notching
6 and 5 points, respectively. Joe
Jacobs led the "Troopers" with 6.
The "ding-dong" affair conti continued
nued continued up to half-time with the
"Troopers" pulling ahead by a
43-42 score behind the hustle and
shooting of Ray Crawford. Bill A A-gan
gan A-gan kept the "Flyers" in the con contest
test contest with 10 markers, white Lon
Stephenson md yeoman work on
In a third period fulLof action,
the Amador quintet managed to
stay out front by a 62-59 count.
Tom Donaway, speedy Albrook
guard played a bang-up game on
defense for the "Hy-boys.
With Albrook's big men Lloyd
i lloDwood and Jerry Patrie out
on fouls, Stephenson and iuo for forward
ward forward Bob Self took up the slack
for the Albrookites. The final pe period
riod period of play was featured by a
knotted count on several occa
The "Flyers" pulled away in
the final minutes when guard Joe
Jacobs of the "Troopers," annoy annoyed
ed annoyed by the oficials' calls, walked
off the floor with over a minute
left in the contest. Ft. Amador
coach Dave Strong was apparent apparently
ly apparently ecjdally perturbed as he failed
to send in a substitute, leaving
)he "Troopers" short-handed in
the final minute.
Lon Stephenson, hustling all the
way, made 13 of 18 "gratis toss tosses"
es" tosses" successful, giving the "Fly "Flyers"
ers" "Flyers" the edge.
The "Fivers" were weak at the
"charily line" the first half, but
managed to drop in the free ones
when they counted the most in
the final quarter. The game was
featured by rugged, but extreme
ly clean play throughout the
The Albrook "Jr. Flyers' made
it a twin-killing for the home
cause by unceremoniously dump
ing the Ft. Amador "Teeners by
a 50-22 score, in which every Fly Flyer
er Flyer member broke into the scor scoring
ing scoring column, but one.
Center James Hagey, display displaying
ing displaying the hustle which won him an
All-Star team berth, dumped in
10 points for the Albrookites to
lead all scorers, though playing
in only half the contest. Brown
led Amador with 9 markers.
In a special halftime presenta
tion, Mark "Snuffy" Fiel and Paul
"Tom" Dooley, both I year old
lads, gave the crowd a very good
boxing exhibition, ending in a
well-received draw decision.
The youngsters are members of
Hank Barrow's youth activity box boxing
ing boxing class, which will present a 15
bout card at the Albrook Gym on
Wednesday evening, Aug. 26 at
The box score:
smun center rncsier ngni un ,iPfeatlnr, VPtPrao victor snril1a
and Young Cage ran for Pnester ji-s-. ,r..,. t., ,,.,
while Fortune batted for Smith declared vacant because the man
in an attempt to break the tied
Navy To Widen
PAF Cage Lead
G Agan 24
G Donaway 9
C Hopwood S
F Stephenson 29
F Patrio 15
F Self 6
F Kern 2
Ft! Amador "Trooptrs""
F Crawford 22
F ZAniker 10
C Fritze 2
G Jacobs 18
G Burbach 7
G Vogkt 13
G Martin 5
Half Score: Amador 43, Al Albrook
brook Albrook 42
Officials: Hilzinger and McAr-thur.
The regular schedule for thel
CZVFW Teeners called for an o o-pen
pen o-pen date today. However accord-'
ing to Smith a game has been
scheduled at Mechanicsburg Penn.j
for this afternoon. For this gamej
the starting lineup for the open-1
ing game at Hershey Monday
will be used sparingly to rest the
boys as much as possible after a
long and tough series of tourney ;
tune up gurnet i
The CZ Taeners will arrive in
Hershey Sunday August 16th fin- The league-leading Fort Clayton
al schedules for the Teener World, Cavaliers, paced by PAF score i
Series have not been made at this leader Skip Kroegcr, increased
time. Arrangements will be com- their lead Thursday night by slop-
pleted on arrival at the Tourney: ping the Navy All-Stars 75-48 at
Town Hershey, Penna.
At Diablo Aug. 20
Yet. oven with sure i ROMAS CLASSES AS SLEEPERS
t". el "? "The he game of
'& "udden death" champion champion-"tear
"tear champion-"tear ,naVXtern Divi Divi-,ioBn
,ioBn Divi-,ioBn the Colts are gomfi to f
,11 they can handle, and maybe
more, from no less than three
dubs! Looking more f a threat
.umn are the bos An-
's Ram Chicago Bears aru
'ne'roit lions with only the
San Francisco Forty-Nmers and
Green Bay Packers as probable
ADDED TASK FOR COLTS
Baltimore'a task is complicated
r t pair of "tcr-division games
guiniit the resurging Cleveland
Bcowns and the unpredictable
Over in the Easlcrn Division, it
hpe up 11 a gang fight all the
wav among Cleveland, the New
York Giants and Pittsburgh Sleel Sleel-ers.
ers. Sleel-ers. Washington will provide
apme uncomfortable moments,
oven if it doesn't make a title
Jjid, while the Chicago Cardinals
are improved and the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Eagles also shape up better.
Thp Rams arc a
against the Colls in the Western
Division if, at last, they can win
on the road. Their chances are
brighter with the pick up of 01 01-lie
lie 01-lie M;ilsuii and defensive end
Gene Brito. Then, too, the Bears
are rugged and it Harlan Hill
and their other cripples arc well,
look out. Detroit also hns recov recovered
ered recovered from last year's injuries and
with Notre Datner Nick Pietro Pietro-sante
sante Pietro-sante in the backficld poses more
of an offensive threat.
The experts pick Cleveland in
the East, mostly because of Paul
Brown's reputation. Any team
with Jim Brown would be tough
but the Browns wmild like a
quarterback such as Otto Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, as who wouldn't? Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, unbeaten in its last seven
games last season, may shake
'em all up by having Bobby
Layne for a full season.
Baltimore, as the defending
champion, will require a lot rf
beating. But the feeling here is
thai the Rams can heal then
home before losing to the
Browns in the playoff.
The clay birds flew just as high
at Pedro Miguel Gun Club, Sunday
Aug. 9, as if Lee Carr were there
pushing the button. Nine shooters
turned out for the Phil Miller 75
bird shoot. Then after a lively dis
cussion on the pros and cons of
handicapping, shooting got down to
the serious business of who would
go home with trophies.
Bill Cunningham started off the
shoot with a straight 25 ftom 16
yards. This moved him back to 25
yards in the hndicap string but did
not effect his shooting sufficiently
to keen him from winning the high
overall with a 68 x 75. Pete Ban-
then picked up the 16 yard prize
with a 24 x 25.
Doc Lineback couldn't seem to
hit the birds from 16 yards hut
came un with a 20 x 25 in the sec second
ond second string handicap to take that
trophy, which left Shacklett the
third string handicap trophy bv de default,
fault, default, even though he wasn't in
Other scores are below:
14 lit 2nd T
ydi Hdcp Hdep
JEANNINE HE BERT Racent
winner ot tne hcnoois uivision
Tennis Tournament, will wear
the black and white of Diablo in
this year's Summer Session
B. Cunningham 25 21 22 68
H. Shacklett 22 19 19 K0
Dawson 22 19 18 59
Pete Barr 24 19 16 59
Doc l ineback 17 ?n 21 58
Luke Snavely 21 18 18 57
Fred Yeager 18
Bill Scott 24 -
McNall 15 10
The firsi mee ing of the bowling
year for the Diablo Business Wo Women's
men's Women's League will be held at 7.J0
p.m. upstairs in the Diablo Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse on August 17.
All women who like to bowl
or who would like to bowl are ur urged
ged urged to attend. The league will
bowl at 7:30 p.m. on Monday
nights at the Diablo alleys and
will start on Sept. 7.
This is a handicap league! You
don't have to be an excellent
bowler, or even a good bowler, to
join. All you have to do is want
to bowl! The meeting on Monday
will be for the purpose of making
up teams and discussing rules.
So come on out and sign up if 1 i-ct a Wh'te Sox hH to reolav
you're interested. tie game as an arclighter instead
If you rannot attend the meet-! -n -"-""inn content in Chira?'
ing but d) want to bowl, please j Aug. 24. Rules slate that a team
call either Vi Rut v qt 2-2740 ori' -'T int -h?" o pl" under tlr
Betty Brown at 2-1590, I lights on getaway night.
Watch this column for notices of
shoots" coming un. Balboa Gun Club
plans a 100 registered bird shoot on
Sundav, Aug. 23, with the next reg registered
istered registered shoot coming up at Pedro
Miguel on Sept. 13.
YANKS NIX NIGHTER
NF.W YORK 'llPD The New
York Yankees have voted to re
The Diablo Gymnasium will be
host to the tennis players of the
Canal Zone Schools Summer' ses session.
sion. session. The tournament will get un underway
derway underway at 8:30 a.m. on the Diablo
Course and will bring together net net-ters
ters net-ters from Coco Solo, Margarita,
Ancon, Balboa and Diablo.
Competition will be in groups es
tablished with regard to age and
gender. Boys aged fourteen and
under, girls fourteen and under,
boys over fourteen and girls over
fourteen will compete within their
Participants must be school chil
dren or have graduated with the
class of June 1959.
In the grnun of boys 14 and un
der the following will represent
Ted Albritton (Diablo)
Paterson (Diahlol. Tom Peranlie
(Balboa) nnd Bill Strong or
Charles McClelland (Coco Solo).
The following will take part 'n
the competition for bovs over 14:
Don Rudv (Diablo). Doug Major
fAnrnn) Rockv Plevins (Balboa)
and either Garv Irving or John
Wainio (Margarita 1.
Competing for the crown lor Sins
14 and under will be: Hilma Cook
(Balboa). Liz Hinna (Margarita).
Jndv Pahimhn foco Solo i (.ail
A'britton (DinMo Carolvn Davis
(Balboa), or Hjlufa Cook (Balboa).
In the "jrf Senior Division in involving
volving involving fltrls over fourteen will be:
.Teaninef Hebert 'Diablo). Nilda
RiefV6hIv 'Margarita ) and Mary
F.sslingef (Balboa I
AH matdhes will be m the basis
of the winner of the best of threp
sets. The best of three "ames will
constiutte a set.
Pictured below: Miss .leanine
Hebert, recent winner of School'
Division Tennis Tournament, who
will wear the Black and White of
Diablo in this year'" Summer Se.
Kroeger added 30 points, 12 field field-goals
goals field-goals and six for six at the chari-j
ty stripe, to his season total,
bringing it to 443.
The All-Stars dropped only 20
field goals, and were equally cool
from the free-throw marker, hit hitting
ting hitting eight fom 20 attempts. They
were outstanding, however, in com
mitting only eight personal fouls
allowing the Clayton squad a slim
10 tries at the single pointers. But
the Cavaliers cut the cords with
nine, of them.
Forward Dick KyTlo was sec second
ond second high for Clayton with 17
points. Bob Richardson tallied 11
as the other Cavalier forward.
Navy's Melvin Wilt another for forward
ward forward in Thursday night's cage
session dropped in 14 points and
dene Thompkins All-Star guard
At the half the score was 39-2-Clayton
having netted 17 the first
quarter and 22 the second The'
Navy team made 11 in each of
the two periods.
After the second half began it
was still the Cavaliers' ball game
and when the whistle ended the
I third quarter the score board
Navy now has won eight and
lost seven games. The win gives
Clayton a 12-3 record.
the Amrook flyers who de defeated
feated defeated the Amador Troopers at Al Albrook
brook Albrook Thursday night 86-79 mme
m'o a second-place tie with Hie
Kobbc Regulars. The Kobi.c live
were idle from league play f rs
With TKO Victory
By RON HAMM
COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI) -Bald
ing Pete Rademacher, the for-!
mer Olympic boxing champ who
tried to crack the professional
ranks from the top, began a new
drive for the crown Thursday
night with a technical knockout
over Tommy Thompson of Wash
John! inu,n- D (:-
Rademacher an n o u n c e d be
would begin training next week
to meet Denny Benard ot Ottawa
Sept. 17 in Greenville, S C. In his
only other professional lights lie
was stopped by then-heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson and
later by Zora Follcy.
Rademacher, at 200 pounds, had
tilings all his way against the
former Marine Corps champion
Thursday night. He knockei
Thompson down for a six count
in the fourth round, and Thomp Thompson
son Thompson was unable to answer the hell
at the start of the sixth.
Dr. Max Anderson, ringside
physician, stopped the lighl alior
examining Thompson who h.nl a
sprained right arm and cuts in
der both eyes Thompson hint his
right arm in the second round and
could not use it elfectively alter
Thompson, an air conditioi.ing
repairman who entered the ring
at 195 pounds, staggered the 30
year-old Rademacher only once
He caught him with a right hand
lo the midsection in the lifth,
and Rademacher admitted later
it "shook me up."
CONVERTED TO GAOLF
r.Rn5;i'r,F.Ft Y. (UPI) I
Golf pro Mike Souchak converted "I felt relaxed and loo.-e.
"6 limes in 88 aMemp as in1 felt good," Rademacher .'Mid lal
tra-point specialist while play-,cr. "This fight was just wnat I
nz foothill for Kuke Universitv. wanted
. Vie Secret ii in tAe Bl&uJvtp
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Te rid your home of German
Roaches, you muit eventually
re.ort to SUPER-PESTICIDE.
Why not right away GEO F.
Foster's cottages near Santa
Clara Reasonable rates Phone
Balboa 1 866
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Modern unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, 4 bedroom house en Loma
Altgre. large kitchen, fenced
yaio and hot water. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3228.
fOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, kitchen, garage, etc.
Campo Alegre, Santuario Natio National,
nal, National, lei 4-2795.
Houses full of German Roaches
are not fit to live in. SUPER SUPER-PtSTICIDE
PtSTICIDE SUPER-PtSTICIDE makes them live liveable.
able. liveable. GEO F NOVEY, INC.
FOR RENT: Beautiful residence,
three bedrooms, two bathrooms,
livingroom. diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room and bathroom, gar garage,
age, garage, porch, terrace, hot water.
TV connection, all fenced, screen screened,
ed, screened, good sire yard Phone 2 2-3145,
3145, 2-3145, Panama
No room ie big enough for Ger German
man German Roaches AND SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. Choose your own
poison. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Laver To Give
India Cup Split
BROOKL1NK, Mass., Aug. 15.
(UP1) Veteran Ramanathan ;
Krishnan of India gave his coun- j
try a surprise split yesterday an
the opening day ol the Davis Cup
inter-zone finals when he blasted
Wimbledon runner up Rod Laver
of Australia 6-1. 6 4, 810, 6-4.
Following Krishnan's upset Aus Aussie
sie Aussie Neale Fraser overcame early
match difficulties to lake 18-year-old
rookie Prrinjit Lall in straight
sets 10-8. 6-4, 6-1. This evened the
team scores al 11 and put real J
importance on today's doubles al
Longwood Cricket Club
Lall, playing in his first impor important
tant important international tournament was
summoned from London where he
was var.itioning to replace In-;
dia's veteran Naresh Kumar, call-;
ed home bv his father's illness.
For the better pari of an hour,
the tall, handsome. Lall swapped
booming services with the loft -;
handed Fraser i' a battle of c:m-
nonball deliveries. Finally, Lall's
resistance weakened and FraserV
experience wor out. I
However. Krishnan's opening
victory over La', cr shook consid
erably the pre match confidence
of Harry lloi'mnVs charges from I
down under. Krishnan gave a ten tennis
nis tennis lesson In Hi, 'M year-old new
pride of Australia, whom only
this week llopmar said might be!
the best of all thr great tennis'
players to come out of Australia, j
Through thi first two se.s
Krishnan's servicr wis so pffec pffec-tive
tive pffec-tive Laver made only a tot 1 1 if
six point in lb,, nine ; Hie1
Indian deliverer! and never once
WRS he able to get more than a
single poinl a game.
In today's doubles. Australia
W'U send its Wimhlrdon chain
pions Fraser and Roy F.meison a-;
pains' ihp two-man Indian teams
of Krishnan and Lall.
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Gibraltar I. iff In, .,
for ralrs mid ln'ormntton
Tel. Panamii 2-0.r52
Monday thru Frida v
S On ft.m In 17 Oft
2 0 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: O:00 a.m. to 12:00
Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
lVx 24ft, Rnlhnn. ( 7.
Phone: Ciiriinriu Ttill
Thr following inlmnU At thf ( f.rn f.rn-tal
tal f.rn-tal Veterinary Hospital need food
1 Male do, black and while, na native
tive native terrier, "Tippy"
1 Female rat. grey
1 Male rat. grey Hger, wtlh collar
and hell, from Fort Amador
1 Female kitten, white and grey,
ft mon. old
1 Male kitten, white and hlark. ft
1 Female grey rat and 7 ma1l
Male hlark kittrn, for thee rail
Ralhna 2'il 1
RtippoRT voi r sp a vor NU D
IT. IT NUDS YOU
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Alham Alham-bra
bra Alham-bra Apartments. 10th Street
8061. Telephone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Aproved furnirh furnirh-ed
ed furnirh-ed 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 Beliario Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras No 56. Key No. 1. Informa Informa-tion
tion Informa-tion 2 2316 and 3-0234.
Apartments 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, Casa Maria", Tel.
FOR RENT: Apartments; and
rooms. Via Agustin Arango, $50,
$40 and $25. Tel. 4 0553.
FOR RENT: Large independent
furnished room, semi-private
bath, next door to Chinese Lega Legation
tion Legation in Bella Vista. Prone 3 3-1081.
FOR RENT: Comfortable apart apartment,
ment, apartment, private entrance, porch,
telephone, air conditioning and
refrigerator. Phone 3.3516.
FOR RENT: Whole top floor
in Ecuador Avenue No. 14, 3
bedroorms, two sitting rooms,
large diningroom, maid's room
and bath, terrace, garage, hot
water. For information apply
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment, clean, $60 00, call
3-2737 back of SAS.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL, CI.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Personally, SUPER-PESTICIDE is
not cheap. Cheap insecticides are
for sissy bugs. To get rid of
German Roaches, you have to
pay the price. GEO. F. NOVEY,
Mrs. Borgnine Loses
Battle Of Divorce;
Decree Ruled Valid
SANTA MONICA. Calif.. Aug. IS
UPD Actor Ernest "Marty"
Borgnine and actress Kaly Jura
do were free today to marry any-;
time after Uop.'rino's divorce
from his wife. Rhoda. Xi. be-j
comes final Ana 31.
The hefty actor and his Mexi-,
can fiancee indicated they plan-1
ned to marry about Sept. IS.
Mrs. Borgnine lost her court!
fight yesterday to have her div-j
orce decree -rt aside Superior j
.ludge FdwanI ft. Brand ruled j
lliat Mrs Hni 'inne. who claimed;
she was forced to obtain the div-1
orce had no kaal grounds to
challenge its validity.
The inlerlocp'orv decree was
gran'ed Aug. ltlSS
Mrs. Rorgnme's atlornev ap-
peat'ed yeslerday to support heri
claim that she was lur"l into oh
taining the choree and was told;
bv Biii-"ninc I'i'i he would no' j
see their daughter. Nancy. 8. Vt
she d;,t TK.t C. "I
She cl.iinic! that Miss .luradn
- ,lc the lire 'kim of j
their marriage In a reply filed
earlier, tl'e M war-old acl'ir who
won an Acadcinv Award for his
nortraval of 'he siv butcher in
"Marly." claimed his wife was
"ihc onlv unman" responsible for
their marriage difficulties.
He also denied i, is wife "ever
received an disfiguring marks'
from me." i
Hnanre Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW K ATI-is I F TO 36 Mo
on tifw cars
No. 43 Automobile How
Phone .1-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
W Hve all kinds of clothes,
drapes, rues, coats, dresses,
Two Hour Drv Clcanlni
(10 niin u trs from (own)
Via I nana No. 830.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac. tour
door, automatic, new tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer
0853 Apart. 19, Balboa.
FOR SALE: DeSoto, 1950.
Clean, excellent rubber, tint
running condition, radio Tel.
Balboa 1776 or Balboa 3348.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac hard hardtop
top hardtop hydramatic, excellent condfi condfi-difion,
difion, condfi-difion, livingroom set, Guatema Guatemalan
lan Guatemalan porch set, new, cheap Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4495 afternoons.
FOR SALE: '56 Austin-Healy.
$1,750. Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: '56 Plymouth Bel Belvedere,
vedere, Belvedere, w w tires, radio, wonder wonderful
ful wonderful condition and cheap Recons Recons-tructora
tructora Recons-tructora 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, w s w, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call Gamboa, 6 6-213,
213, 6-213, after duty hours, owner
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
Riviera, Dynaflow, radio, heater,
power brakes, $575.00. Phone
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
tops, price $5000.00. Call Army
We could not think up a corny
connection between automobiles
and German Roaches, as a plus;
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
mileq, radio, 1500 dollar or best
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 auick sale.
Panama 2-0754, 3-0813 after
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford, 4 doon
Fairlane 500, low milage, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, not duty paid,
best and prettiest model. Calle
100 Este No. 4, Jan Francisco, J
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury,
good transportation, good tires,
see at Balboa 762-B. dial Bat.
FOR SALE: 1 950 Ford, good
rondition, mutt see to apprecia.
ate. Gamboa 256.
FOR SALE:- 1958 GMC stake
body truck Ton and one half.
Only 12.000 miles of use Call
FOR SALE: Mercury truck 3
tons, van type, magnificent con condition,
dition, condition, suitable for transporting
ice, meat, groceries, can also be
used at a mobile workshop for
engineers and constructors. Call
FOR SALE: 1949 White truck
capacity 4 tons equipped with
winch in front and all the con contraptions
traptions contraptions for a hoist in the back.
Maonificent for haulina logs
steel cement etc Call Guy 3 3-7217.
7217. 3-7217. FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, Country
Squire, 9 passenger, station wag wagon,
on, wagon, automatic transmission. ra
dio, heater. 4 seat belts, floor
fastened one owner, Navy Paci Pacific
fic Pacific 2436
Hourehuntlng? Follow up all your
leads with a new rental car from
Fiesta I Herts Licensee I Tel.
3.4568. Lobby El Panama Hilton
Are you interested in selling a
metal desk? If you are call 6 6-467
467 6-467 after 6 p m.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCOKPORATM) BV ROYAI, CHARTER 1840)
FAST FRKKillT AND PASSENGPR SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALAMANCA" Autr. 21
S.S. "POTOSI" Aug. X
TO UNITED KINGI)7)M VIA CARTAGENA, LA GDAIRA
KINGSTON HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons)
T() UNITED KINGDoIvTdIRECT
M.V. "SALINAS" Anj. lfi
M. V. "SALAVERR Y" Aug. 23
ROVAL MAIL LINES LTD. HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "I.OCH GARTH" Aug. 29
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" Sept. 6
S.S. "AKKRUMDYR" Aug. 29
S.S. "LOCH GOWAN" Sept. 5
M.L SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CI! ANGE WITHOUT NOTICI
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905
FOR SALE: New.,40 inch, Hot
Point electric range, $240.00.
FOR SALE: Dinette set, red top
table and chain, $30.00. Will
accept reasonable offer. Phone
FANTASTIC BARGAINS CON CONTINUE
TINUE CONTINUE A FEW MORE DAYS:
Double Beds complete 19 50;
mattresses 5.00; Wardrobe 17.
50; metal dressers 12.50; Brand
new Kerosene stoves 25.00; Din Dining
ing Dining room table and 4 chain
45.00; Folding beds w mattress
26.95; Living room sets 98 00;
Beautiful metal dinette sett
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.
FOR SALE: T V. set 21 inch
G E with swivel base $100.00.
Phone 2-3674 6 p.m. to 8 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: Household goods,
television, 713 B El Prado, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Tel. 2-2873.
FOR SALE: 1957 Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house dryer, like new. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4216.
FOR SALE: Quatermaster dou double
ble double bed complete with tpring,
mattress, nite tables, cheap, An An-con
con An-con 2-4367.
FOR SALE: A bamboo living
room "Rattan" at a cheap price.
FOR SALE: Household1 furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Like new. At bargain prices.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, bar,
dining room, set, Lattice for
Duplex. 1510-A Calabash St.
Gavilan Area, Balboa.
Every dfay except Saturday ani
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to August 31. Classei
Begin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN. ASSOCIATION, Peru
Avenue No-. 66 H near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. 1-7963, 3 3-3018.
3018. 3-3018. Speech Lessons, J a n Berest.
WANTED: Used Upright pia piano
no piano Phone 87-4134.
WANTED: Vacation quarters,
approx Sept. 10, call Balboa 2-
WANTED: Secretary bilingual
Spanish-English for modern one one-man
man one-man office. Phone 3-1060.
Customers who want to get rid
of German Roaches. Others need
not read this ad. GEO. F. NOVEY,
If you don't mind living with
German Roaches, that's your
business. But, if you just can't
ttand the little bitchos, I misspel misspelled
led misspelled Spanish) that's SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE'S
PESTICIDE'S SUPER-PESTICIDE'S butiness. GEO. F.
LOVES CONQUER MALE Y
WHITLEY, England (UPD
Sailor .lack Maley, whose first
love is the sea, said today hir
second love might have caused
him troifhle, but his third love
made him forget it. Maley in
eourl when two men were tried
for beating him up said his
second love is flowers. His third
love, he said, is beer. "I cannot
remember the fight at all," he
sf ,P-- "I had been to a flower
show and had about 18 pinls
FOR SAL!: Aaea- natural ma ma-nure
nure ma-nure at give-away prices by the
rrucfcloatf. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: Maternity and baby
clothes store. Well situated in
Ave. Justo Aroscmena Na. 30 30-03
03 30-03 in front of Royal Crown Cola.
For reference phone Panama 3 3-6740:
6740: 3-6740: FOR SALE:! each floor lamp
bamboo with bamboo shade, $15.
I each floor lamp black palm
with mahogany ihade, $15. 1
each double bed solid mahogany
with Simmons Beauty Rest mal maltreat
treat maltreat and coil springs, $150. Can
be seen at 2127-D Curundu.
Phone 83-6226 after 5:00 p.m.
P. O. Broome.
Miscellaneous other bugs also die
along with German Roaches,
when you apply SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. GEO F. NOVEY,
FOR SALE: 18',8' boat inboard
motor. 1951 Packard sedan
automatic transmission and radio.
1931 Ford. Console radio and
record player combination.
Breakfast sat; table and three
chairs, metal, mahogany book bookcase
case bookcase with glass doon. Vaccum
cleaner. Bidding 801! Margarita,
FOR SALE: Lawn mower; com combination
bination combination e a b i n e tworkbench;
bamboo bar; other items. 2308-B
Las Cruces, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Cabinet for Hi-Fi,
mahogany, excellent workman workmanship
ship workmanship in very good condition. $49.
Casa Admirable next to Lottery
FOR SALE: Boy's bycicle 22x
28, $15.00; two garden chairs,
$10.00; mahogany desk 32x54,
seven drawers $20.00; flourat flourat-ccnt
ccnt flourat-ccnt lamp for desk $6.50; special
mahogany chair for telephone,
$10.00. Iron bar and formica
with 3 stools $90.00.
FOR SALE: Piano in good con condition
dition condition $150.00. Tel. 3-0917.
No matter how many people you
employ, until you employ SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE
PESTICIDE SUPER-PESTICIDE you will have German
Roaches. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Boqts & Motors
45 foof double planked ex-Navy
boat hull tor talc. Asking price
$1000 or make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 2553.
FOR SALE: 28 ft sloop, Aux.
Engine. May be seen Balboa
Yacht Club Railway, Saturday and
Sunday, phone Balboa 1589.
Nixon Urges Americans To Show Same
Dedication To Principles As Mr. K
WASHINGTON (UPI) Vic Vic-Presirlent
Presirlent Vic-Presirlent Richard M. Nixon said
today the question oJ wheuiu
the United States ca live wim
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev depends on "whether we
show the same dedication to our
principles as he shows to his.
Nixon back from Russia and
Poland, said the prospects for
peace are Rood," be ause the
people of the world including
those in Russia "do not want
But he stressed that peace pros prospects
pects prospects would be endangered if
anyone considered ttut Khrush-
Soviel Spulnik III
Slill In Orbil
Alter 16th Month
WASHINGTON, (L'PI) The So Soviet
viet Soviet Union's 1'2 ton Sputnik III,
o "nnifo fabulous" satellite, begins
its 16th month in orbit today j
a span of life far longer than ex expected.
pected. expected. I
When Sputnik III was launched1
Mav i!i 19.SS. American scientists;
estimated that it would burn out
sometime in February or early I
March of this year. They later
refiscd this to Aug. 15, 1959.
Although Sputnik Ill's end is
definitely approaching, it will not!
come today. American seen
tists now estimate that the satel satellite
lite satellite I he third and to date he las
Soviet arificial moon will burn
out around Dec. 3.
ccording to a space scientist
here, the satellite and its 2,925
pounds ol scientific instruments
have produced "quite fabulous'1
It has added to the store of
knowledge about radiation zones
and mfcromcteors in nearby space
and about variations in the earth's
magnetic field. II has proved the
durability and effectiveness of sol solar
ar solar energy batteries to produce
power for instruenls and radio
But its most notable achieve achievement,
ment, achievement, according to the scientist,
has been to verify xistenc,. of
electrojeU current system in
Ihe upper atmosphere which had
been predicted but not completely
moved until Sputnik III observed
and reported them.
Sputnik III is by far the most
FOR SALE: Lets 500 and 1.000
maters, in the Nuevo Hi pod re mo
Urbanisation across Hie Remoe
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main end
electricity. Cell W. McBamett.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid's room with service, hot
water, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1.800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phone 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Finca in Volcan, 90
hectares pasture, 44 bush.
Houses fenced. Titled. Phone 4 4-0749.
0749. 4-0749. SERVICES
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agendas. Tivo Tivo-K
K Tivo-K Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Meant reliability, and lasting re repairs.
pairs. repairs. For better home service
call 3-7607 Panama from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
You can do yourself, the public
and us a great service if you can
dream up something a 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 whicfi we use under any
single classified heading in the
Spanish edition of any news,
paper. Price of one gallon, $3.55.
Address your brainstorm to:
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC., Apdo.
923, Panama, R.P,
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Air con conditioner,
ditioner, conditioner, used 1 Vi or 2 ton, also
motor scooter. Must be in good
condition, Balboa 2-6358.
WANTED: CW. and phone
transmitter. 75 150 Watts.
80 M to 10 M. K25TJN. Phone
WANTED: iT&lijigual clerks,
$100 to $125.' 2 bilingual ac accountants,
countants, accountants, $300 te $350. 4 sec secretaries
retaries secretaries with shorthand $100 te
$110.. 2 secretaries with short shorthand
hand shorthand $125 to $150. 3 secretaries
with shorthand $175 to $225.
SERVICIO Y COLOCACIONES,
Camera de Comercio building
chev's forthcoming U.S. visit pro
vided reason to reduce American
The vice president gave his
views in a televised interview
with Sen. Kenneth B. Keating
(R-N.Y.) carried over New York
Kealing's program was one of
ten the vice-president has recent recently
ly recently recorded with various mem members
bers members of Congress. In others, Nixon
said he thought exchanges like
the Khrushchev visit are "the
hope of the future." He has also
expressed the belief that on a
major decision the Soviet leader
would not act "impetuously."
Nixon said the cause of peace
can be advanced by Khrushchev's
September U.S. visit. He said
President Eisenhower would have
a d ance "set him straight" on
America's real intentions and de de-sir
sir de-sir for peace, while emDlasizina
that the United States is not
"afraid to stand for our rights."
Nixon added: "I think Mr.
Khrushchev appreciates this kind
of approach, and it's one that the
President will, I'm sure, convey
to him with great effectiveness."
"Where there is mutual respect
between him (Khrushchiv) and
the "aders of the West, I think
this provides the test opportunity
to settle our differences at the
conference table and lo avoid a
conflict coming by mi calcula calculation,"
tion," calculation," he said.
Nixon declined again to disclose
the content of his private talks
with Khrushchev in Russia. He
said the premier has "rnsimained
his end of the bargain and I in intend
tend intend to maintain mine as long as
complicated of the three earth s,.
ellites put in orbit so far by Ru
sia. It also has lived far lon.'
Its instrument payload is som
three times heav;cr than the co cobbled
bbled cobbled instrument payloads of
satellites put in orbit by the L'n
Sputnik's batteries, both ehen
cal and solar, are still functin
ing and its transmitter is s t
As of Wednesday, the sateK
had circled the earth 6.342 timi
and had traveled roughly 172,500
By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
235 E 45 St., New York
Two widows, both in California,
write interesting letters wich sort
of complement each other.
One, 43, living alone in a small
apartment, feels she would enjoy
a small house where she could
garden and raise pets. But she's
been advised it is a mistake for
a woman alone to buy a house.
The other, 53, enjoys a four-year-old
home valued at $27,500.
She dreads the thought of living
in rent, but feels she is not
making any financial headway
the way things are going now.
Home ownership is an extreme extremely
ly extremely important thing with some peo people
ple people and should not be trifled with.
Nor do I intend to try.
I can just point out a lew fi financial
nancial financial facts anl let it go at
The homeowner who is not
making "any headway" is, of
course, paying a lot for her rent.
If she owns that $27,500 house
"down to the ground," it means
she has an investment which, put
into securities, could bring her
more than $100 a month. To that
she must add taxes, heat, water,
insurance, reparis. The total is
the cost of her rent, and must
be compared with the cost of
renting an apartment.
Beyond that I will not venture
to go, except to suggest per perhaps
haps perhaps that it might be possible
to live in a smaller house which
would not require so large an in investment,
vestment, investment, leaving some funds
available for income producing
As for the younger widow:
She does not give her rental, but
I must assume that it is not
likely she can own a home for
what a small apartment costs.
I will comment only on one
sentence of her letter: "I feel that
in buying a house, the value
would increase with the years."
Tain't necessarily so.
Q. I will retire in four years.
I hold Am. Telephone, Kenne Kenne-colt,
colt, Kenne-colt, National Lead, U.S. Rubber,
Armco, St. Regis Paper, Texas
Tickets On Sale
For Panama Concert
By Wagner Chorale
Tickets for the concert to be
offered by the Roger Wagner
Chorale at the National Theater
on Aug. 22, have been put on
sale at the Departmnt of Fine
Arts and Publications of the Mi Ministry
nistry Ministry of Education, and at the
Panamanian-North American As Association's
sociation's Association's Cultural Center on
Avenida Peru. All seats are $1,
and will be sold on a first-come,
The concert at the National
Theater will bP the second of offered
fered offered by the chorale on the
Isthmus, because its local debut
is scheduled for the night be before,
fore, before, at the Abel Bravo School
The concerts to bP offered by
the Roger Wagner Chorales in
Panama are part of its first
Latin American tour, which will
take the group to 14 countries in
The tour is under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the Pesident Eisenhower's
special program for cultural pre presentations,
sentations, presentations, administered by the
! American National Theatre and
I i 1 Ik TT-T A
Leaves 120 Known
Dead. 159 Missing
TOKYO (UPI) Typhoon
Georga sliced northward through
the Sa of Japan today aftr j
leaving hundreds dead, mussing
missing and injured on the main
Japanese island of Honshu.
Official police reporis from 18
Honshu prefectures listed 120
dead, 1959 missing and 712 injurert
The unoficial death count stood
.( itn hnwovpr and was ex-
n..A in ricp with recemt of
casualty reports from isolated
Weathermen feared the storm,
moving at a 35-mile-an-hour speed
hrough the Japan sea and pack packing
ing packing 60-mile-an-hour winds at the
renter, might veer eastward and
lit Japan's north coast.
More than 60.000 persons were
ip't homeless by the typhoon, the
econd lo lash Japan within a
veek. The storm skirted t h e
okvo area but. the Kanto Plain,
i which Tokyo is situated, faced
( threat of floods from the ris ris-ng
ng ris-ng Tone River.
The hardest hit areas were the
.-.manashi Prefecture, west of
'cvo, and thP Nagano Prefec
ne, west northwest of the capi-
The storm caused the greatest
mage t. rail transportation in
-,e nation's history, officials said.
Iv sections of 82 breaks on 20
the nation's major rail lines
! been repaired. A number of
jor rail lines between Tokyo
nd northern Honshu still were
Eastern and General Gai in ad addition
dition addition to E bonds and savings. I
am still buying a $100 bond t
month. Pension plan will bt
A. Your stocks are excellent
and show good judgement.
I'm a little puzzled, though, by
your continuing to buy E bonds,
which provide rather modest ap appreciation
preciation appreciation in the first few years
and only 3-4 per cent if kept al almost
most almost nine years, when you in in-tend
tend in-tend to retire in four years.
I assume that when you do re retire
tire retire you will want all your mo money
ney money working for you and earning
as much as it can within the li limits
mits limits of reasonable safety. If that
is so, I would either continue to
buy stocks at a steady rate, or
put the money into savings if
you feel you need more dollar
Q. We are live women te our
late 40s. We save $50 a week
to buy stock. How do we go about
A. The best way would be to
set up an account with a broker brokerage
age brokerage house and buy stock at the
rate of $200 a month.
The National Association of In Investment
vestment Investment Clubs in the First Na National
tional National Bank Building in Detroit,
would have a lot of helpful sug suggestions.
gestions. suggestions. I am sending you a list ol
growth stocks which, ft seems tr
me, are the type of security you
Christian Science Churches of
the Canal Zone will set forth
the spiritual relationship of God
and man in a lesson-sermon en entitled
titled entitled "Soul" at their services, to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Opening selections to b read
from the Bible Present these)
verses from Psalms (63:l,2)i
'O God, thou art my Ood; early
will I seek thee: my soul
thirsteth for thee, my flesh
longeth for thee In a dry ni
as I have seen theg in theasa
Front "Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures" by
Mary Baker Eddy, this citation
will be read (120:4): "Soul, or
Spirit, is God, unchangeable and
eternal; and man coexists with
and reflects Soul, Go4 for man
is God's image."
The Golden Text is also from
Psalms (9:9): "Exalt the Lord
our God, and worship at his
holy hill; for the Lord our God
Classes started at St. Paul's
Church recently for the sacra sacrament
ment sacrament of Confirmation continue
to increase in membership. Ins Instructions
tructions Instructions are given separately to
adults each Wednesday evening
at 7:30 and to children 10 o' o'clock
clock o'clock on Saturday mornings.
Services scheduled for tomorrow
will begin with Holy Commu Communion
nion Communion at 6 a.m. Another celebra celebration
tion celebration at 9 will be choral .with
sermon by the rector, Archdea Archdeacon
con Archdeacon Lemuel B. Shirley. Matins
are listed for 8:30, also at
10:45 in Spanish before the
Church School session. Kvpnsnntr
As a feature of the choral
Eucharist, which will be attend-
ed bv thp Wnmon'e A i i i
Club in thanksgiving, members of
me iiiuui renowsnip and St.
Vincent's Guild of Acolytes will
make their monthly corporate
During the coming week, the
Girls Friendly Society will meet
5:30 p.m. Tuesday; Fleur de
Lis Society, Knights of St. Paul
and Church School teachers 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, and the Woman's
Auxiliary Group 2 Thursday eve evening
ning evening 7:30.
Parishioners aro imi!oj i
tend a motion picture in Bishop
Morris hall of the Cathedral of
SI. Luke 7 p.m Friday, both of
wim ii ie oasea on tne teach teachings
ings teachings of the church.
In Russian Opens
Monday at YMCA
While the beginners Russlaa
language class is well under way
at the Balboa YMCA, a new
class in intermediate Ru s i a n
will begin on Monday. The group
will meet twice a week, Mondayg
and Thursdays at 5 p.m.
Those who attended the ear earlier
lier earlier beginners class at the "Y"
or who have had some instrue instrue-tion
tion instrue-tion elsewhere are invited to en enroll.
roll. enroll. Further informagion msy be
obtained at the "Y" desk or by
calling Balboa 2839 or 2759.
BOMBAY (UPI) The Americn
oil tanker National Peace ran
aground today off Chetlet, 250
miles from Cochin Harbor. An In Indian
dian Indian navy destroyer was speeding
to the side of the 10,645-ton tank tanker.
er. tanker. No casualties were reported,
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Cape Canaveral Has
Busiest Firing Day
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla Aug. 15 (UP! A glittering space balloon apparently
burned up in the fringe of Earth's atmosphere and failed to orbit last night. The balloon
was hurled aloft as the climax to the busiest day of rocket.misile.satellite activity since
the United States entered the Space Age.
Before the balloon shot up in a spctacularly beautiful launching of its Juno II rocket,
the missile test center here was the scene of furious activity.
Across the continent, a British Royal Air Force crew successfully fired a Thor inter
mediate range missile. Southwest of Hawaii a fleet of U.S. ships and planes hunted a
300 pound Discoverer V satellite capsule ejected in space.
There were four firings here two successful, one a partial success, and one an
explosive failure. At one time there were five countdowns in progress here for the
Titan Thor. Polaris, Junio U and a static test of another rocket.
At dawn the Air Force hrod a
Thor earning a iH-milhmeter
camera in a da'a capsule .i:m"d
It an impact area l..r i"il"S
downrarge. The camera uas rig rigged
ged rigged to record nose cone behavior.
Shorlh after Noon a Titan Su Super
per Super Missile." biggest of the day's
space-age weapons, blew up in a
ihower of flame two seconds alter
blast off and crumpled in a heap
of fiery wreckage and rocket lucl.
No one was injured.
Damaged By Floods j
TAIPEI. Formosa, Ann. l.'i ;
(VP I) An earthquake rocked the
Islam' of Formosa in thP wake of,
recent hcaw rains and floods to to-dav.
dav. to-dav. Preliminary reports said 10
persons were killed and more
than 80 houses destroyed at Hens-,
fhung near the island's southern-,
ttlnst tip. 1
The temblor, which registered h
n the Richter scale of earth earthquake
quake earthquake magnitude, rocked the
whnlp island for 40 minutes.
The epicenter and other infor information
mation information was not available as seu seu-mnlosical
mnlosical seu-mnlosical instruments in the
hardest hit area of Hengchung
were reported broken by the
There was no immediate report
rtf damage or (alh from other
areas of Formosa, which has
been hit with a series of weather
tragedies in recent weeks
The Boston College seismograph
observatory at Weston, Mass.
ifave the first report of the "ve "very
ry "very strong" quake.
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While the Titan wreckage was
si, II .mouldering, a JH-lool Pola Polaris
ris Polaris c'esigned to be tired from
an under ground launching lube,
lis engines ignited perfectly when
the Totalis was about fo feet j j-bo
bo j-bo the ground, and it streaked
oil on a 7011-mile shot.
At dusk, th Juno II with its
10-pound, 12-foot ballon soared
aloft in what one veteran rocket-watcher
called "The most
beautiful thing I've ever seen."
Three hours later the National
Spacv Agency in Washington said
the balloon apparently burned
up in the atmosphere after in inflating.
flating. inflating. The J uno II roared into a patch
of clear, moonlit sky that showed
between rainclouds. The combina combination
tion combination of its rocket flame, clouds
and rain left a vapor trail des described
cribed described by observers as something
resembling a "flower blow
wreath." II was visible for three
minutes belore lading as a pin pinpoint
point pinpoint of light among the stars.
The Juno II was to have put
its balloon into an orbit cover
ing most ot the earth s land
mass including part of Russia
so that tracking stations at 45
spots on the Earth's surface
could study the density of the
Earth's air envelope. Such
knowledge would be vital for
the planning of mass space
platforms and parachute like'
devices for human space voy voyages
ages voyages returning from other pla planets.
nets. planets. But the Xationa! Aeronautics
and Space Administration said
that although the first stage of
the rocket worked all right, the
control system erred in the next
stage and pointed the rocket clus cluster
ter cluster down and to the left. The Bal Balloon
loon Balloon inflated and was seen by the
tracking station at Ft. Monmouth.
V.. I. but soon burned up.
The sweeping saga of
Sherwood Forest blazes
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during (he 5:00 o'clock
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BALLOON SITLLLITK A
Juno II nii.s.-iie blasts off from
its Cape Canaveral lunching pad
carrying a lli-ioou Miveiy u;u u;u-loon
loon u;u-loon satellite. The balloon .satel
lite, which was hurled alolt as
the climax ot I lie busiest day
of rocket-missilc-satellite acti activity
vity activity since the United States en entered
tered entered the Space Age, apparently
failed to orbit and but nod up in
the outer fringes of the Earth's
In Mexico City
MEXICO CITY. Mex. Aug, U
(I'PD At least six persons were
injured and many marooned
by floods during a violent elec electrical
trical electrical storm last night.
Two feet of water filled many
streets aired y strewn with
fallen trees and showed power
The injured were victims of
collapsing abode 'ialK. under undermined
mined undermined by the water. In several
sections, families were marooned
in their homes.
O AUTO SCOOTEK
O SPUN SUGAR
2 Chicago Hoods Gunned
Within' 90 Minute Period
CHICAGO (L'PI) Two hoodlums
were gunned to death within 90
minutes on Chicago s Wesi Side
today and police said at lea-'
one of the execuiions was proba probably
bly probably a crime syndicate "rubout."
Two masked men poured five
shots into the head and shoulders
of John Miraglia 42. as he sat in
a bar at 3:45 a.m. charting
with an off-duty waitress.
Ninety minutes earlier and only
three miles away, Edward ko ko-chanski,
chanski, ko-chanski, 41, had been killed whh
live shots in the head. A neighbor
found his body, stripped ot its
shoes and pants, lying in a pool
of blood in an alley.
The witness said he heard shots
and saw a car containing two men
speed from the alley. Police, try- j
ing to discover whether there was I
a link between the slayings, said
the murder bullets in both cases
appeared to come from a ,38-cali-ber
gun.! Ballistics tests wev
ordered to determine whether
the death weapons were th
Detective Frank Kaske said the
murder of Miraglia, a veteran
strongarm man and burglar with
crime syndicate connections,
"looks like another rubout, a re revenge
venge revenge killing."
Authorities recalled that Mira Miraglia
glia Miraglia was a close associate of
murdered mobster Paul (Needle
Nose) Labriola. lie and the
stangled racketeer, James Wein
berg, were found on March 15,
1954. in the trunk of an abandon abandoned
ed abandoned car.
t was believed at the time that
the syndicate bosses had ordered
the execution of Labriola and
Weinberg because they were be becoming
coming becoming too ambitious in their
shakedowns of Chicago tavern
Kochanski's killing bore some of
the earmarks of a robbery. He
New Yacht Reaches
Monte Carlo For
MONTE CARLO (UPI)-Piince
Rainier 111 and Princess Grace
can relax now. Their new white
500-ton yacht has arrived safely
and it's a beauty.
The Rainiers have been yacht yacht-less
less yacht-less since the prince sold their
350-ton Deo Juvente II several
months ago and arrival of the
Deo Juvente lit filled a serious
lack in this tiny land of yacht yacht-owning
owning yacht-owning millionaires.
The new yacht is 135 feet long
and has an 800 horsepower auxili auxiliary
ary auxiliary diesel engine. It is a three three-master
master three-master which has sailed under
(he name of "Costa Del Sol."
Rainier purchased it from a
shipping company of Seville,
Spain, which had used it in the
Mediterranean orange trade.
vnecial ocea nographie labora laboratory
tory laboratory has been set up inside the
From his great grandfather,
1'rinc,. Albert I. Rainier has in inherited
herited inherited a taste for the scientific
study of the ocean deaths. He
plans an expedition in the yacht
with renowned French oceano oceano-grapher
grapher oceano-grapher Yves Cousteau.
Bill Proposed j
To Fytend Deadline
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Paul Douglas (D-lll.) and three
other senators yesterday pro pro-nosed
nosed pro-nosed a bill to extend the dead deadline
line deadline for Navy, Marine and Coast
Guard officers 'o receive "tomb "tombstone"
stone" "tombstone" promotions.
Th 1) II would advance the
deadline from Nov. 1 to next July
''. Pouehs s a i I recent legislation
to da awav with such promotions
woa'd v-or-' ; lvirdshio on some
oficers unless the deadline was
'h.-'ivr President F.'.-cnhowor
had asked for such legislation.
T'ie V-iv" ; n is is'cr wrvices
now allow promotions of one
"I'.e'e on rr'ireinert !' nr;cers
decorated for bravery in comhat
Since t! e hicher grade does not
ncrease the salary or other ben"
'i's 'iv the gmernmeni 'he
promotion is said to he meaning
less except for tombstone pur
KSPASA ACROSS OK
had been slugged on the head as
well as shot and his pockets had
been emptied. However, the mul multiple
tiple multiple shots in the head and the
speeding getaway car also had the
trade mark of a professional gang
Although both men lived in the
underworld, Miraglia had made
the bigger mark. Accused of a
dance hall killing when he was 19,
he had beaten the rap. Although
he wa picked up by police 25
times in his career he went to jail
only once for 18 months in the
Terre Haute, Ind.. Federal Prison
for interstate shipment of stolen
Kochanski's only record was
for a 1957 arrest in suburban Cic Cicero
ero Cicero on charges of trying to kill
his girl friend and himself. His
activities just before his death
were unknown, although he lived
next door to a saloon where dep deputies
uties deputies staged a big gambling raid
Miraglia apparently didn't have
a care in the world at the mo moment
ment moment before his death. He was
sitting unconcernedly in the
Orange Lantern Tavern, where he
was listed as manager, and chat chatting
ting chatting to a new acquaintance, Pa
trieia Fields, 33. a waitress.
Miss Fields said Miraglia was
standing next to her when two
men entered. They both wore
oeaked cans and had blue hand
kerchief masks across the lower
parts of their faces.
"I was so startled I didn't
know what was happening when
one of them started firing che
One of the bullets, fired six feet
away, smashed into the uphol upholstery
stery upholstery of the bar stool upon wh'ch
the waitress was sitting. As Mi Miraglia
raglia Miraglia fell to the floor the 10
other bar patrons drifted from the
saloon. Miss Fields was the only
customer left when police ar arrived.
rived. arrived. The tavern porter. Edward Sa Sa-dowski,
dowski, Sa-dowski, 45. glanced from an up upstairs
stairs upstairs window and saw the gun
men running down the street and
around a corner.
'Let's get the hell out of here,"
Sadowski heard one of the killers
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REHEARSAL SCENE, from the Thornton Wilder comedy which will be staged Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday flights in the law auditorium of Panama University. Frank A. McMullan, .'
of the Yale University Drama School, is in charge of the production. Reading (1. to r.) are:
Ascelas Tejada, Dionisio Ortega, Raul Brottella, Ricardo J. Chavez, Delia Rodriguez, Edgar Am Am-glio
glio Am-glio and Evelia Arrocha.
RP University Workshop Opens Three-Day Run Monday
Of Matchmaker' Directed By Yale Drama School Prof
An informal drama workshop
at Panama University will reach
fulfillment Monday night with the
opening of a three-day run of
Thornton Wilder's comedy, "The
Matchmaker which will be per performed
formed performed in Spanish at the Univer University
sity University law auditorium.
Played by a well-rehearsed stud student
ent student cast, the three performances
are open to the general public
without charge. Tickets may be
procured from any of the Univer University
sity University Dean's offices or from the
public relations office located in
the idministration building.
"The Matchmaker" is under
the general direct'On of Frank A.
McMullan of the Yale Drama
School, who for the last 10 weeks
has been conducting the work-shon-study
program as visiting
professor of drama at Panama
McMullan's visit here has been
made possible by the Internation International
al International Exchange Service of the U.S.
State Department, after a speci specific
fic specific invitation, extended him by
No jiovice to Spanish language
play production. McMullan last
year completed a highly success successful
ful successful assignment in Chile. While
there, he staged separate produc productions
tions productions for Teatro de Ensayo of Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic University (Chile) and for
For the first group he staged
the Latin American premiere of
Thomas Wolfe's "Look Homeward.
Angel" (El Angel que nos Mi Mi-ra)
ra) Mi-ra) and for the latter theater he
produced a much admired Span
ish version ,of Shakespeare's
"Tming of the Shrew" which had
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorolosical
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High 8(i 83
Low 75 7fi
Low 72 88
(max. mph) NW-13 NW Hi
RAIN (inches) 0 .I'.l
(inner harbors) 82 82
Gatun Lake 83.7.1
Madden Dam 211.25
SUNDAY, ACG. 16
1:32 a.m ll.fi ft.
1:54 p.m 15.4 ft.
7:42 a.m 2.1 It.
8:16 p.m 0!) ft.
O PARKING FACILITIES
O SPUTNIK (Round up)
TAKING A BREATHER during rehearsal of the forthcoming'
Panama University production of "The Matchmaker" are, 1. to
r., Ascelas Tejada, Ercilia Arrocha and Henrietta Jonas. Thi
play is being given in Spanish. .
a five months run on the Santiago
McMullan has been on the
Yale Drama School faculty for
some 20 years, where his princi principal
pal principal concern is 'caching directing
and directing his own produc productions.
tions. productions. During his stay here, he has
given lectures and short courses
in the manifold aspects of produc production
tion production and stage direction. He has
been assisted by Clarence Sal Sal-zar
zar Sal-zar of the Yale graduate school,
who is in charge of set and see-
For Williams Baby
Katherine Williams, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Charles J Williams of Balboa,
died yesterday at Gorgas Hos
Funeral services will he hVl
at 9 Monday morning at the
Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon.
and interment will be at Cot, Cot,-zal
zal Cot,-zal emelery.
If you con't brighten the cor corner
ner corner where you ore, moybe it would
help if you just got out.
nic design for the forthcominf
"The Matchmaker'' is an hilari hilarious
ous hilarious comedy about a well-to-do
penny-pinching merchant widower
and a good natured busybody
widow who persuades him he
ought to have a wife. From that
point anything can happen, and
Despite limited resources and
a severely restricted stage area
at the law auditorium, Salzertfias
designed an imaginative set and
costumes which preserve the jri jri-ginaj
ginaj jri-ginaj quality.
Although conceived primarily'as
a university project, the general
public is cordially invited to St-,
tend the production.
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S'-c girls and two boys wttt
lorn at Coco Solo Hospital dur during
ing during the wetk that ended Ap:g.
12. T. 1,
Parents of the girls were:
Mr. and Mrs. Luis Valdes,U
Colon; Mr. and Mrs. Rodrjfffd
Huggians, of Colon; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Thomas, of ColQn;
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Payne.-of
Colon; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester
Patterson, nf Pntnir anrf ilr
and Mrs. George button, ;!
Boy babies were born to:
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Drakes,
of Rainbow City; and CT-3
and Mrs. Donald Stevenson, o
Fifty patients were admitted
to the hospital during the weeK
covered by the report, and 53
patients were discharged.
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Fun For The Entire Family