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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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CANADIAN WHISKY
AN INDEPENDENT HBA11Y NEWSPAPER
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"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe Abraham Lincoln

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PANAMA, R. P. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1959

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.Albrook ,Spp T5ves club, ,have Just pponsqred'. w

j -1 tebcmsi bi )shay)f enjoy ment andutgtsofl bft Heck and wfc dKctiA--
th nPirhrR Ar-t.hp'USAr' School for Latin America. .ii,m!,n in romoval of the No.

Iirf wpnt aboard 'nairblane and had all of their ues

se fire engine and1 6tf the -Carib Lounge for relaxation

h Cooper, teen-age. 'aeiper; xneima. Marsnan;. waituie
bhildren of the Canal Zone; and children? seated around

Ann Maledy, and Mike Maledy (MHce is not nancucap-
(Official USAP Photo)

ds For Chile To 'Rescue
Prove I nvasion Charges
fiipn Raul Castro and a band of Cuban revolutiona-

" the Cuban foreign minister and to present proof that
throw the Cuban eovernment.

Las reported to have j received death threats .from the

tine of the western hemispnere roreign nunisiers nere.

harges.
f attempting to invade Cuba by sea and by air and in-

the Dominican Republic today for staging an invasion oi
stro movement.

immittee to study reported i working committees for discussion

pns but only with the con- by the entire group

Panama Wins Top

Rating In Credit,
Collection Study

NEW YORK, Aug. 17-(UPlW-Panama
won top rating in both
cradits and eellactions, accord according
ing according to tha Foraign Cradit Intar Intar-cKanga
cKanga Intar-cKanga Burtau in its ttody of
commarcial cradit and eollation

condition in Latin Amfrican

markota. ;'

Panama wai followed elosaiy
by Nicaragua, British and Praneh
petsassiont, Surinam and Neth Netherlands
erlands Netherlands Antilles, the Dominican
Republic, Haiti and Mexico.
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PC Clarifies

Accidenal
Death jtlaim

noihna Heiehls today clarified

the compensation probably ap

plicable in tnef case oi a
employe ot the Terminals Division

latauy injure m ""f-"

wiifrert PKillios. S3., a native of

Barbados apd a dockworker in the

Canal Zone1 for aooui w yei,
was,' critifally injured Friday
evening aboard the freighter
Mwmacdawa when on and a
half ton steel hatch,' coyer swung
rtrtdTnct him :!.' f i

Phillips. v a steveflotefpremait

Of

DURING BETTER DAYS Panama's Nino Millon appears above
shortly after his birth on Sept. 4, 1958, when he was brought
in triumph to Panama City by his parents to receive gifts do donated
nated donated by government and private institutions. Today, little
Candido Aizpnia is older, but is said to be as sick, undernourish undernourished
ed undernourished and in rags as the contributions which had been promised
towards his upkeep are slow in coming.

f the nations involved

ay was to be the final work-

ssion of the foreign ministers

ence with the windup sched-

br tomorrow, one day late.

ther Venezuela's efforts to
Trujillo or whether Rauf

s appearance would delay

remain to be seen.

is stocky Arcaya consiaerea

Dominican Republic the

s of th current unrest in the
ibesn and said he would call

is colleagues to "stand and

unted in Hie issue of demo
versus dictatorship'
said he expected Peru, Cuba,

lvador and Bolivia to support

Tiohatic statement that the

phere cannot condemn op

on elsewhere in the world as

as some American regimes

;ard the basic democratic

pies.

Venezuelan resolution was

f at least eight prepared for

Others condemned aggression

and asked for economic improve

ments to end the poverty blamed

for much Caribbean unrest.

One of the main points of the

compromise resolution expected to
receive unanimous approval would
temporarily restore the mediating

powers of a peace commission

which were sharply curtailed by
the Organization of American

States in 1956.
The emphasis today was on
Raul Castro and the possible ef effects
fects effects he might have on the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. His avowed purpose after a
secret departure from Havana
was to escort foreign minister
Roa safely back to the Cuban
capital.
Raul, chief of Cuba's armed fore

es, was accompanied by a party

of 42 Cubans, most of them revo
lutionaries but some of them news

men.

1 ..rhwrrl hatch. AS the C0V6T

swime he was caught "between it
and the side of a streetcar carried
aboard as deck cargo.
Tha Injured man died an.
Voute to Coco Solo Hospital.
Canal Company officials said
'incidents occurring in the line
of duty are covered under the
Federal Employes Compensa Compensation
tion Compensation Act (1916, a mended ) under
which annutias are paid tha

widow and surviving minor
children at a rata based on the
worker's earning at tha time
f death,
In the case of. permanent em employes,
ployes, employes, the Compensation Act pro provides
vides provides payments uo to?5 per cent
to the widow and children. The

widow IS paid 4U percent, au
each minor child 15 percent up to

(i 'rvtal or 35 nerceni tor an onu onu-Aren
Aren onu-Aren Cnmbtensation to the widow

pa:H for as long as sne lives
r until h; remarries. Compen-

'sption to the-children is n;d un

til they reach the age ot 18.

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NASA Launches
Experimental
Nike Rocket
wallops ISE&ND. Va. Aug

ri rupi) r The civilian

space agency lauSJhed a Nike-

ASP expenmenia rocKev v
dawn today whlclfl, emitted a
100-mile sodium vapor trail
and a huge ylllow-orange
cloud visible tor mmdreds of
miles along the East Coast.
The National Aeronautics
and S p ace Administration
(NASA) said the two-stage
rocket was fired at 5:18 a.m.
as the first in a' series of tests
designed to study high altitude
wind currents. A similar rock rock-etet
etet rock-etet shot will be touched ff to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at twlight,v

Adm. Burke Says Reds Have Beaten
US With Ballistic Missile Submarines
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UPI) I Washington, was launched ii

-Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, chief-of I June, will be commissioned next,
naval operations, indicated Wdayyear.
that Russia has beaten the Wnitsd; The George Washington, built to
States in development of sub-1 launch the ifohris missile, will
marines capable of launching bal- be nuclear powered. Russia's
listic missiles. .,. I first missile launching sub-

' "I thinky-the Russians do have marines apparently, art not.
rnisaile.'iauncWng .submarines," i 'l,t 'C.'M
Bttrka A-6W- reporters. n.jaVU-. they probably re"

,nmw.iuj:awmy ' ; Duiiouyt stomie submarine how-

Meeting newsmen Just before v 01
attending a luncheon in his honor n,ave ad they are building nu nu-the
the nu-the chief American naval officer,!9 sub and "It very seldom
Burkp a's- said- that anything they say, outside

-The Navy "might" be called propaganda, mat is louna to be

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Famed Babe Sick
As Gift Pledges

Remain Unfulfilled

Candido Aizprua, Panama's Nino Millon, (Baby No.
1,000,000) was described today as sick, under-nourished
and in rags at theCecilio Castillero Hospital in Chitre.
According to Mrs. Dorinda Aizorua. the vouna mother

of the republic's millionth inhabitant, she still receives

the monthly supply of milk promised by the local NestlsS
company, but the rest of the long-term promises made by
private and government institutions remain unfulfilled.
The house promised by the Housing Institute on gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment land granted by the National Assembly still lacks
flooring and tiles; for the roof.
About the only other major promise which is being
fulfilled is the free medical care offered by the Social
D I ki A ' -3

jecuriry ooara, Mrs. Aizprua says. -ri

into the crisis in embattled Laos

The Navy may have to cut
its operating forces next year be because
cause because of a manpowwer and mo-
npV SOHPP7P

As for Russian submarines, j cret report.

B"rke was especifically asked
whether he meant submarinesthiti

can auncn wngen missiles, ot
which America now has several,
or s"bmarines that can launcn
missiles.
"I 'b'nk fhev probably have
both," Burke said.
The admiral shipd away from
saying what his opinion was based
on. tell'n" a rpnnrter "I1" was
hoping you wouldn't ask that"
The first TT.S. Mlli'Hc-missile

launching submarine, the George

One of the major reasons he
thought they had ballistic m;s m;s-siles
siles m;s-siles subs he said, "is a top se-

Candido was born at Ocu on Sept.
4 last year and brought to Panama
by his parents around the middle
of October. Here, his parents re received
ceived received a number of gifts which in included
cluded included clothing, toilet articlei and
money which was deposited with,
the Banco Nacional to be adminis administered
tered administered by a committee of prominent
Ocu resident)?,: headed by Qie may may-of.
of. may-of. . j
On? of the first 'things to happeti
was that an Ocu resident knocked
down the partially-built home, be being
ing being put up for Nino Mill6n by the
Housing Institute.
The Ocu man claimed that the
land was his.
Mrs. Iizprua.also said that de de-spile
spile de-spile many offers of cattle, so far
all they have received is one calf.
The Aizpruas are described as a

Injured Seaman
Leads CZ Police
On Merry Chase

A Polish seaman, recovering

from a leg injury at Gorgas Hos

pital, picked himself up and simply
wollrarl t mrdr iho uronlranr! nnrl

for a half hour or so led Canal
Zone police oh a br;ief but merry
chase.
He was finally run down in the

Corner entrance of the accounting

building m Ancon and returned

to hospital authorities.
According to reports, the sea

man, dissatisfied with someone

ministering to him, simply walk

ed out of the building with hospital

garb and on crutches. Within
minutes after- his absence was

dicovered fouf' patrol cars converg

ed on the area, and fifteen minutes
later police had persuaded him to

return to the hospital for the re remainder
mainder remainder of his convalesence.

Finds Latin America Headed For World Power

riav and brawn to a mana mana-otvscious,
otvscious, mana-otvscious, today-loving peo-

Scuth America will change,
tho change will release and
ss forces and potentials
may well lift this continent

rid prominence and power.
he I have discovered my

ignorance of South America.

prise has followed surprise

Iiami became Panama, Pa

Lima, Lima La Paz, La

Santiago. Santiago Buenos

, and Buenos Aires Sao Pau

Brazilia, the new capital

iful Rio, and the giant up

kide of Brazil are still to be

Lave found the people friend
ke hotels, plush, the cities vi

is and in the ma'n beautiful,
the whole continent stretch

and yawning itself into new

'fulness.

1 have talked with newspa newspa-nen
nen newspa-nen like Dr HarmoeMo Aria

anama. Dr. Gainza Paz ef

os Aires, and Dr. Julio Mes

of Sao Paulo, 1 have seen)

South America and North Ameri- concerned they might just as well I these people nave their own pride

ca in new ways. be. n doth tneir pasi ana tneir po-

These are men of vision, Intel

liaence. courage and great

faith. They work and write to
establish democratic processes
m government, new objectives
for Individuals and groups
through education, aeonomie
stability In industry and finance.
They do not close their eyes to
South America's problems, but
neither do they ignore South Ame America's
rica's America's possibilities.
When asked about Commun Communism's
ism's Communism's streneth throughout the La

tin republics they smile and then

look serious.

Communist strength I Increases,

through persons arid groups who

are Used for Soviet Russia s on
iectives.. t

Her, as in other parts of the
world! the do-Eooders and the po

litically-wise take advantage of
social conditions to push their

own Ideas and deslens.

Most are not Communists, but

as fat as Russia's schemes are

Russia has her eye on South

and Central America. She. more,
than North Americans, is inter-j
ested in this bulging area of the

earth.

The new world ean be irritated

bv and finally conquered by a

Central and South America who

intentionally or unintentionally

play Russia's game.

As this time of restless stretch stretching
ing stretching moves forward in these old

lands so rapidly becoming new
North America's safety may be

here.

Too often our interest here has
been selfish, and our friendship a
thinly coated case of tolerance

and smug superiority.

We have been adolsecent and

often stupid, in our handling of

relationships to the south.
The timi is lone Dast for re

form in North American attitude
and motives, Winning Europa and
losing Central and South America

will finally total

everything.

up to losing

tentials.

Wa arc toe prone to forget that America.

The blood of Incas arP in them,

along with the blood of Rome

Sp n am' Portu 'a'.

The British are here, the Ger

mans, he I'alJJns, ihe Jews the
Japanse, and they think of them

selves as New World people

I say this because these lands
ar not peopled with unshaved
fools and unwiihtd peons, peo people
ple people unschooled and childish.
Great minds 'are here in all
areas of life;nd I feel deeply
that the eentuty ahead will see
these people gaining In world
prestige and sower.

Befriended byl North America,

helped without offending paternal

ism. encouraged without crude

condescension, strengthened with without
out without stlmulatinc new wars, these

neoole may well nrove to be our
best and truest friends.
Our ignorance is our danger 'n
all parts of the world, and now nowhere
here nowhere is our ienorasc greater than

in. the area of Central and South

lit .K :

it uS

I i'.T JiM 7mtw-

poor farm family, who. like other.

find it difficult to give theiy chil children
dren children proper care. if

Taped Interview
Vith Roberto Arias r

Vanishes Al Airport
Panama newsman GuillerniJi
Vega complained today that a
tape recording of an interview
with former Ambassador Dr Dr-Roberto
Roberto Dr-Roberto Arias got ''lost" at To To-cumen
cumen To-cumen Airport along with Ve Vega's
ga's Vega's suitcases.
Vega, the editor of the after,
noon tabloid La Nacion. return.

edvyesterday from Rio de Ja-
nefro, where he said he record

ed an interview with Arias, who
left here last month as a po political
litical political exile.
Vega said the interview con contained
tained contained statements about local
politics and the events of last
April when there was an up uprising
rising uprising at Cerro Tute andd an
attempted invasion, which
Arias was accused of organizing.

TWO TEARS of patient waiting and considerable traveling final finally
ly finally paved off for Maj. Wendelle C. Stevens when he met his
adopted daughter Carol, for the first time in La Paz, Bolivia.
Stevens, a USAF officer, anil his wife. Ba-bar.;. r.jrmf.riv station

ed with the USAF Mission in La Paz, wanted to add a third

child to their famllv through adoption. The Stevens other chil children
dren children are, Cecilia, age 7, and Christine, age 12. Before the Stevens
could take stens to adopt a child, he was reassigned to Formosa.

Durlnar his two vear tour In Formosa, the adoption was ar

ranged through correspondence. Last week Stevens returned to
Rollvia via Panama, and assisted by Headquarters, Caribbean

Air Command and the Bolivian mission team, managed to bring
Vi-year-old Carol to Albrook. Here they take time out for
refreshments during their stopover. Stevens then left for home
with Carol They will join their family in Grand Prairie, Dallas,
Texas. Carol who speak Spanish, has never seen her, new
mother1 and two slater (Official USA Photo)

Slabbed Soldier's
Condition Serious
At Gorgas Hospital
U.S. Armv authorities saM tnAzv

that a Fort Kobbe soldier is still in
serious condition at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital with a stab wound in the chest

aner an alleged fight with another
soldier at the Rio Hato training,
center.
His alleged assailant, SP.4 Louis
Kthridge, Jr., 26, is confined in the
Fort Kobbe stockade pending com completion
pletion completion of investigation into the
incident and possible filing of
charges against him.
The alleged fight took place Sat Sat-urday
urday Sat-urday night on the Rjo Hato instal installation
lation installation and the injured man was
given emergency medical treat

ment at the nearby 1st Battle
Group aid station. But because of
his condition air evacuation was
requested and camp vehicles were
used to illuminate the airstrip with
headlights.
A 1st Battle Group Diane, niln.

ed by Capt. John R. Beler, picke

iiu me injured man Sunday night
and returned him to Albrook Ah?
Base, from where he was im immediately
mediately immediately transferred to Gorgae,

hnroute the victim was tended by
Dr. (Capt.) Harold R. ChaDDell anil

Pfc. John R. Basehart.

Identification of the hospitalize

soldier is being withheld pending

nuiiiK-Hiinn or next oi Kin.
TEENERSTOSE
HRESHEY, Pa., Aug. 17-(UPI
Gary Peters pitched and batted
Elgin, III., to an opening round
3-0 victory over the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone in the first game ef thg
Veterans of Foreign Wars Na National
tional National Teener Baseball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament here today.
For Panama, Bateman, Fred
Huddleston, and Woody French
all had two hits. Bateman had e)
perfect day, with a walk thrown

In. Fortune fanned seven, but
walks were his downfall, as kg
granted six free passes.
The linetcore:
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Elgin MO 110 av-4

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1piani hi lattan ftaaa raaawfe.
THE MAIL BOX
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ONDINE
Sir: . .
Him" (Mail Box, Aug. 12) suggests 1 form my own opinion of
Theater Guild, ihowi I had accepted hii suggestion in advice. 1 went
to "Ondine". 1 found it God awful.
AnU-Vwlty.

LOCKS
Sir
t -ArtAiniv hannv to see

week suggesting that you have a box on your front or back page
sth a tallv of the daily transits.
Some days I work from 16 to 18 hour a day putting one
of those auperships through the Canal, and after all this Pot Potter
ter Potter offers US$250 a year, and then has the nerve to tell us he
Sold get 18-year-old boys to do our job. The $250 -raise offer is
Se telling Mickey Mantle you'll give him a $25 bonus if he
hits 325 bangs 45 homers and drives in 125 runs.
At least a dally tally of transits in your paper would serve
M a constant reminder to the people of the Ctna Zone and to
Potter of the one purpose of the Canal, and of the vital role
JVplay each day to seeing that it achieves this PP

CRIOLLOS
.Sir

I fully agree with Andrei L. Lawson (Mail Box, Aug. 15) that Tan-

amanians of West Indian origin snomu "cc,,". ""J;,
aspiration in their dealings with the politicians who will oe plying
them with beer and sandwiches in exchange for their votes.
Vat positive action has been taken by either the Liberal Party
or the National Patriotic Coalition to allow this group of Panaman Panamanians
ians Panamanians a hand in running the affairs of the party?
Neither the Liberals or the CPN have ever attempted to distin distinguish
guish distinguish any so-called Criollo by making him a member of the national
Ktoratt The closest they have come in the CPN is an alternate
directorship for one or two of the President's favorites.
' In the 1956 elections, the CPN proceeded to nominate Alfredo
Cragwell for National Assemblyman, apparently only to give some
tort of token representation to the large segment of voters. But then
the manipulatcri of the election proceeded to eliminate him to make
WnTfoV the likes of the rabble-rousing brother of the vice presi presi-dent
dent presi-dent and the wife of a police commandant and others whose vote vote-tett'ng
tett'ng vote-tett'ng powers leave much to be deiired. ..-j
In the case of the Liberal Party, they made no pretense regard regarding
ing regarding their utter disadin for the Criollos by nominating a musician
who lacks even-the respect of his colleagues, as an alternate to the
Arwng the new parties springing up, the same thing seems to
be taking place, with the exception of the Third Nationalist Party
of Gilberao Arias and Aquilino Boyd and Carlos Sucre s Partido Pro Pro-treMtta
treMtta Pro-treMtta who list the names of David Constable and Cecilia Sterling
of rolon as national directors of their respective parties with a voice
1b tbe running of their party's affairs.
- In the face of this situation, which is not new, every effort should
be made to get' a definite' commitment from the directors of those
parties which will undoubtedly come begging or buying Criollo
-votes with vague nromises, beer, sandwiches and bus rides that
every attempt will be made to end the subtle discrimination against
this rrnun in government jobs and that better civil guarantees will
aAbovedalI. our votes should not be sold to the highest bidder, be be-eau:
eau: be-eau: as in the past they can always say "We don't owe you any anything;
thing; anything; didn't wa pay you for your votes?"
Criolla Vetar

NIAO
Sir

It was about ten or 11 months ago that little Candido Aizprua,
the yuong gentleman from the Herrera province who is popularly
known as the "Nino Mill6n," came to Panama City with his parents
for a week of festivities and the receiving of gifts and promises frm
the government, autonomous entitles, private companies and groups.
Among the great things that supposedly lay in store (or Candido,
the millionth citizen to be born in the Republic, was free medical
attention until he became 21.
The baby was even given a Social Security card, making him a
member of the Seguro Social organization and entitled to all the
benefits to be derived from that setup.
Today, according to reports in the Spanish press, poor Candido
is ill, undernourished and his scanty clothing threadbare, as he lies
in a public ward of a government hospital in the interior eity ef
Outre.
Most of the groups who pledged to see that the child grow up
enjoying the finer things in life have failed him miserably.
It is said that only one commercial firm, (Compafiia dt Alimen Alimen-tos
tos Alimen-tos Lacteos) sends Candido his monthly ration of powdered milk
regularly. The others, who probably got a lot of publicity out of the
baby's trip to Panama, have all forgotten him.
Even a house which the government donated to the family re remains
mains remains unfinished. Although Candido was to have received God knows
bow many head of cattle from his admirers, one solitary heifer
roams the Aizprua grazing lands.
It's a shame that people have such short memories. Candido's
family, friends and neighbors hope the government does something
about the child's plight before it's too late.
Candid

CANAL COMPARSA

lir:
Having oeen in auenaance ii
nrday night I feel It Is only fitting

outstanding success of the Canal Zone comparsa.
racing tough competition both social and financial some of the
Panamanian comparsa must have certainly cost someone a good
deal of money the Canal Zonians stole the show completely.
While most of the comparsa were performing the assembled
gentry were absorbed in consuming quantities of alcoholic beverag beverages,
es, beverages, eluding the "acompaftantes," or pinching the neavest srnorita.
But when the motley crew from Dogpatch came straggling in to
"The Battle of New Orleans." all eyes were front and center.
For a bunch of "gringos" the CZers did all right and more than
made up for last year's fiasco.
Horaca Hermeriheimer

DAILY MEDITATION

(PraMMtad by Nta DapartmaM
Af Christian laVfcatlan tha
lAtMASMl Church In tha Ml Ml-lanary
lanary Ml-lanary Dlaaaaaa tt tha Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zana.)
BACK AND FACI
Tha Lrd Cod hath aanad
. fae aar, And I was nat rahal rahal-llaws,
llaws, rahal-llaws, natfher tumad away my
keek.
I tava my hack ta Mm iiit iiit-ers.
ers. iiit-ers. I aat my aca like, m -ot."
On Sunday wa offer God our
ears and use our tongues in His
praise, but on Monday we are
liked to give our back and our
eeme times whan we must stand
un and. be counted for the unpo unpopular
pular unpopular tauie. A man who li obed obed-iieit
iieit obed-iieit te God must be obdurate

AMERICAN

SCORE
the letter in your Mail Box last
IN POLITICS
MILLON
me union uud i -arnavaiuo aiM
that something be said about the
against all that is contrary te
(Sod's will.
As I writs these lines and per perhaps
haps perhaps as you read them, many of
our Christian brethren will be
faring misunderstanding, opposi opposition,
tion, opposition, and worse as they try to ap
ply the principle of Christian
brotherhood which they have
heard with their esrs to their
everyday life.
Ther are two types of religion,
one charactPrized by the wish wishbone,
bone, wishbone, and l-f other by the back backbone.
bone. backbone. In loday's passage our pro
fihet is describing a backbone re
igion. The servant gave his back
to thp smiprs,-but he set his face
like flint Tha combination of pa patient
tient patient endurance and resolute con
viction is unbeatable. But it ti
possibl only to the man who has
faith in rW.

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR K1IIEL
NAIROBI Despite the noisy
bars, the hot jazz of the Equator
Club and the sneering at those
mobile dude ranche as silken la-
fans for tne suckers, oi.a a a
frightened city. When you're a a-lone
lone a-lone with those who know, they
confide that they believe the
Mau Mau will strike again under
a different terroristic tag but a
secret society by any other name
can be just as deadly.
They tell you the Mau Mau it
self has been smashed. But spe
cial government unrta still search
the Aberdare Mountains for 100
of the organization's toug best
killers. Only three weeks ago the
colony's trackers brought in io
of thp old Mau Mau leaders. "Sets
pair joined some 750 others still
in prison camps:
About 95 of them are irjspecial
detention for they are particularly
hardened. Some Jay the Gover
nor will hve to release them and
some day they will be the cadres
for a new secret society, tU,
ready believed launched.
There have always been secret
societies among the 1,500,00 Ki-
kuyus. Most of this vast tribe,
however, are loyal and that's why
the Mau Mau terrorists had
to kill 10,000 fellow Afrcang to
keep the rest in line.
There are many responsible set settlers
tlers settlers and government people
here who believe that the masi
slaughter was ordered by a se secret
cret secret Communist cell. These same
sources believe that a si m 1 1 a r
cell will reorganize the hard core
into tough new units and order
new terror the moment the So Soviets
viets Soviets think strategic for their
moves down East Africa.
No one outside of the intel intelligence
ligence intelligence services can prove this.
But I believe it. Tell you why.
Here is a part of the Mau Mau
story which has not yet been dis
closed :
Back in 1929 there was some something
thing something called the Kenya African U U-nion.
nion. U-nion. Mos of it ac'vi.ti were
secret. It had units stretching a a-cross
cross a-cross Kenya. It strong-a r m ed
many a peaceful Kikimi to raise
money for its raid officials Yet
after a wHle the African Union
obviou'ly had more money than
it coiil" snuepze from the agricul agricultural
tural agricultural Kikuyus.
Sometime at the beginning of
the big war. one o' the union's of
ficials, a 40-vear nId Kik u y u
called .Tomo Kenvatta Can alias),
took off for Moscow. There he
"studipr'." At war's "nd. when
manv Africans wer shipned back
to this continent by the Bussians,
Jomn KenaHa returned too. H
shared a shi cabin wit- a com comrade
rade comrade name Semakulu Mulumba,
who went jntn nearhv IT e a n d a.
Rio'e followed Unlnmha's arrval
in Uganda. cre'"lly planned riots
which nded when the British
er''d him.
Meanwhile. Kpnyatta ret"rnpd
to the Kenya African unit. The
he joined with Chee K'bict-ia,
the big chief of the Kenya Afri African
can African Tin'"'1. Shortlv sHtp' ht
therp MidHpn'y was oreanized
bnd of jtrnne-arm m?n inside the
Kenya African Union called the
"Forties." Frorn tb muscle out
fit cam thp Man Man.
In 1947 Kenvatta also bpan or
ganizin" a Kenva-wirfe labor or organisation.
ganisation. organisation. Ha onprated on Com
mun'st tactical lines. Soon this
labor bae was turnd into a.
tough cell-like network by Tomo
Kenvatta. now He Mau Mau
leader. It took him some thre
vers to hp readv to hit He dH
The killings started when re-
0""Sitl!" tf'knvi rhipft refnspd 'o
oermit thp'r tribes to be worn In
te th Mvi Mau structure.
At the height o' the terror, the
Mau Mans had 1(1.000 Wler. ar arsonists,
sonists, arsonists, knife artists and .1 s t
plain troons in the forests. This
was told to -"P hv Micn"p' B'un B'un-dpll,
dpll, B'un-dpll, one of Kenva's reat leaders
who fought the Man Mu.
There were "three Mau Mau
oaths. These have bepn described
in fine fiction and news stories.
But a special rpnort to a British
Parliampntarv investigation com commission
mission commission has never m a A p the
press. It describes the oaths as a
process which ran only be talked
of as brainwashing the typical
Communist technique.
A very clever man, a. man
knowing the psychology of his
people, their superstitions, their
fear of witchcraft, must have made'
the plan." the report said.
"The killing oath was the ans-
we. 't has been oosihle to
transform the human being In
to a new frame of mind unknown
and never met by me tthe report
in psychologist VR) before
After having taken 3 or more
oaths, the personality of the oath
taker changed. It is not Insant
ty. .but the nerson :s no4 sane
in the normal sense of the word..
Kenyatta was finally raueht ann
tried. His lawyers included
prominent pro-Soviet British bar
rister. After the trial, 'a witness
by the name of Maeharia pulled a
Harvey Matusow. The witness
called himself a liar and said he
had given false testimony. It
was this technique which Matu
sow used inthe States to cripple
much of our government's d r I t e
apainst the American Commun Communists.
ists. Communists. Kenyatta is 80 years old now
and exiled to a rocky isolated a
rea. But there are many here
who believe the same forces are
readying a new terrorist leader.
POLICE CURIOUS
VICENZA, Italy (UPD Police
said today that Just for the
sake of curiosity they were look looking
ing looking for the American car that
raced through Vicenra yesterday
spewing $50 worth of American
and Italian currency in the
streets.

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

CALIFORNIA HERE I COME:
Barry Sullivan and Gita Hall
(prettiest of the ex-Miss Swedens)
friendlier than ever since' they fil
ed for the divorce. ..But Simone
Signoret, fern me star of "Room
at the Top," tiffing in public with
husbapd Yves Montand. (Naugh (Naughty.
ty. (Naughty. Naughty) ... Kathy Nolan of
"The Real McCoys" will make it
the McCoy with singer Tony Ro Romano
mano Romano ... 20th-Fox begging Julie
Newmar to reprise her role in
the movie version of Marnage-
Go-Round."... Arthur Murray s de
finition of a beatnik: Someone on
the bottom looking down... Anne
Bancroft's ex husband. Martv
May. likes Polly Kaufm'an...Iirec4
tor Allen Reisner would like to di direct
rect direct Nancy Valentine. (On and off
stage.). ..In Hollywood (as every
where) the gals like guys with the
purse that refreshes.
Kipp Hamilton, the luscious red
head who refused to pose for pub
licity cheese-cake, broke down fin finally.
ally. finally. In "The Unforgiven," she
strips to her bloomers that is ..
One room of the new Four Sea Seasons
sons Seasons in the Seagram Bldg. was
sneak-previewed with cheers for
young (28-year-old) manager Stu
Levin. Stu learned it the hard way
when his folks owned the once
famous Gilmore's ... Singer Helen
O'Connell's family concerned a-
bout her marital problem with at attendance.
tendance. attendance. ..Marcia Humiston found
competition for John Ireland by
the name of Fred Winston at the
Little Club In Hollywood, so John
found Chris White at the Essex
House in Hollywood... On Broad
way women witnout principle
draw the most interest.
DOTLAND YARD (Three doti
dot it): Even Toots Shor doesn't
know about the outdoor surprise
party last week when they demol demolish
ish demolish his old place. Surprise! ...
"Best of Everything" star Mar Martha
tha Martha Hyer finding just that with
ROSS Hunter.. .Helen Downey, tne
lovely singing-actress, ud for the
lead in "Bush Pilo" TV series...
Las Vegas sheriff firing his ace
chief of detectives. Capt. Bill O' O'Reilly,
Reilly, O'Reilly, because Bill is marrying a
I notice that the courts seem
it n era clrlne down a little hard
er on the young criminals who
mask themselves as juvenile de
linquents while indulging in sucn
adult project as rape, murder,
arson, bomb-chucking, gang wars
and dope traffic.
Judge Hyman Barsnay just iam
. in.ur ran in on three nunks
rohberv and the
beating of one Thomas Driscoll I
nn k num front norm me ir o
became enraged because Driscoll
onlv had $13 on mm.
First-degree murder indict indictments
ments indictments have just been handed in
against a 15-year-old girl and a
17-year-old boy as iccomplices 'n
the gang vengeance killing of an another
other another youth, also 15. The blast
that blew the victim down W3s
supposedly "fired by a 14-year-old
boy, who still faces proceedings
in Children's Court. This is a
child?
Another three cool cats got
smackel with 15-to-20 year sen sentences
tences sentences for fatally beating a man
who had strayed into their
"turf." which the eanes call their
self-determined principalities.
Thpy finally decided, after se several
veral several stays, that (he hoyish high
spirits which caused something
named Charles Starkweather to
kill 11 people were worthy of being
discouraged by the electric chair,
a rather positive deterrent to fu future
ture future crime.

"It Isn't Cloudy That's Kennedy
Raising a Lot of Dust"

"well-to-do showgirl." The sheriff
said it's police policy everywhere
to fire officers who marry weal wealthy
thy wealthy women, which it isn t. Just
how hypocritical can they get in
Clark County (Las Vegas) which
is a haven for gangsters, hoods,
call gals, junkies and all the
world's riff-raff (as well as be being
ing being Red headquarters for the
Southwest). Bill O'Reilly, whom
I know since he was a sergeant
and bodyguard'ed me, fought them
all as much as they let him in
the desert paradise of crime, cor corruption
ruption corruption and communism, which is
probably the real reason why he's
Douncea.
DEPT. OF CLEARING THINGS
UP: In a recent column I refer referred
red referred to Candy Barr as "Candy
Jones." This was the result of a
faulty transcription of notes and
a slip of the typewriter. I am
sure my further identification of
the girl I had in mind made it
clear I was not writing about my
dear friend, lovely Candy Jones,
head of the Candy Jones School,
for whom I always have had the
utmost respect. This is to offer
her the humblest of apologies. I
earnestly hope I've caused her
no embarrassment.
MAKE WHAT YOU WANT OF
It dept.; how the British Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth countries love each
other: Now Jamaica has banned
the importation of goods from the
Union of South Africa. ..The p.a.'s
are linking Tony Steele (Anita
Eckberg's ex) and Patricia Me Medina,
dina, Medina, formerly wed to Richard
Greene, TV's Robin Hood. (Wall
Tony claims he's poor.) Gary
Cooper's daughter Maria Round-tahle-ing
with Gary Filosa. des described
cribed described as a "wealthy socialite."
In all of England and Wales there
are only 150 judges o' all grades
from Magistrate to High Court,
whereas New York City, with one
sixth the population, has 248 city
and state judges and about two
dozen federal judges and the ra ratio
tio ratio is the same or higher in the
rest of the country. The need here
is not for more judges but for
speedier justice, less technicali

Prison For Punks
By BOB RUARK

o
I have just read an entrancing!
book, called "The Cool World,"
in Which thP author attempts to
get inside the heads of the youth-
fill Harlem gangsters, but I still
don't understand what sends
them off on Iheir rumbles and pro-'
vides teen-gangs with their own I
prostitutes for communal use. I
I do not understand things like1
kicking old peonle to death or I
chucking a Molotov cocktail oft
a roof onto a group of people sit sitting
ting sitting on the stoop, but it seems to
hp done for kicks these days.
There are several suggestions
as to what causes our modern
youth to run riot, and commonest
is that of the hroken home, the
depressed area, and so on.
On man of snhpr mien. .Tudee
Warren Hill, who has put in 25
years in the Domestic Relations
Court of New v0rk. suggests that
parents ain't bpatin' the brats
oftpn enoueh.
I am with the judge on this
one. Smack m often enough,
early enough, and the chances
are that bv the tiirp they're big
enough to lick you they'll have a
lit tt" respect for parental law and
ordpr.
Hut oo nfpn 'hese ays more
some pimpled youth who Is W
enonet- ta whin Flovd Patterson is
called into court for some prank
involving T.son. mayhem or rob robbery,
bery, robbery, and is let off with a item
lecture and the lnjuetioni to go

ties, a ban on petty forrina and

a realization that courts are set
up to decide disputes, to protect
the public and to safeguard the
innocent. Judges are our paid
servants, not our masters. (There
will be no fee for this advice.)...
I know a stripper who loves to
G-string a man along. (Oops.)
I HAVEN'T SAID A THING (So
why get excited)?: Sir Gladwyn
Jebb's daughter Stella and Vic
Mature ain t acting mature in Pa Paris.
ris. Paris. ..Gary Crosby enjoyed god-fathering
brother Phil's daughter Dix Dixie
ie Dixie Lee. but added auicklv. "Mar.
riage isn't for me."... Overheard
at Erika's: "Why should I divorce
him? He doesn't deserve to be
hajry. "... Though the Viennese
Lantern is always crowded its
owner Max Loew is unhappy Ju Julia
lia Julia Darvas (of Darvas and Julia)
sailed to Europe.. .I've been writ
ing so much about Max Hess, the
colorful Allentown merchant au
thor-producer, that drama critic
Whitney Bolton (Conrad Hilton's
biographer) is going to do a J ik
on him. (Howza about cutting in
on the royalties?). ..NBC stunner
Susan Davidson and golf pro
Dave Marr listen to their jazz at
tddie Condon s. .Coat of Arms
boniface Bob Smith who doubled
as an actor in "New York Confi
dential" isn't confidential about
his feelings for his pretty press
agent, Patti McLaughlin. (Hes
the son of former NY State Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justice Pete Smith.)
...Atlantic City's newest, La Con
cha, has phones at each table in
the cocktail lounge so you can
call the pretties at other tables.
(This is an old gimmick in Ger Germany.)...
many.)... Germany.)... Tony Bennett's latest
"Smile" is a wow. ..Miami's Ron Ron-ey
ey Ron-ey Plaza went. Polvnesian crazy
with a huge Hawaiian show stag staged
ed staged and designed by Tma Duke
...Synonyms: Playboy Payboy.
CONFESSION OF A CHORUS
CUTIE: Two wrongs don't make
a right. (But It sure gets a lot of
mink.)
off and be good boy. I am sud
denly struck with an idea.
One time I commited a boyish
prank and was whipped off to the
police station, and another time
through accident I spent a night
in jail. I never forgot either nor
riDie experience, ana nave com
mitted no more boyish pranks
have spent no more nights in the
sneezer.
It seems to me that a fine dose
of preventive medicine would be
to sentence the young delinquent
to a wfk's stretch In an adult
jail. Let him simple prison food.
Let him see grim, gray faces, Let
him observe the deadly monoto monotony
ny monotony of jail. Let him march in for formation
mation formation and sleep behind bars.
For his own protection from the
degenerates that make up such s
heaw population of prisons, a
guard could be assigned to his
prepschooj class.
But the leering faces of the old
stir-hands would be there for him
to see, and the reek of prison an an-tiseotirf
tiseotirf an-tiseotirf there for him to smell.
At the end of his week's Indoc Indoctrination,
trination, Indoctrination, he could be released
and his "criminal" record strick
en from the books, huf only on
the ground that he not appear
bfor ne court again.
I think this might be a little
more effective thin a lecture.
Loss of freedom for at little ai
a week readi a mighty lecture

Ae Washington
TiIerry-Go-Rouud
- DRIW PEARSON

!

o
WASHINGTON In the welter
of debate over how tough the la
bor ana-racketeering bill should
be, there la probably just one
thing both sides agree on there
would be no debate if it had not
been for the Senate Rackets
Committee expose of the team teamsters.
sters. teamsters. In this connection, three nara-
daxial faeta have been largely
forgotten. They are:
I. Two congressmen now de demanding
manding demanding tough anti-labor legisla
tion earlier had conspired or ac acquiesced
quiesced acquiesced in hushing up a probe of
Teamster scandals. They are
Charlie Halleck of Indiana, the
GOP leader who's been demand demanding
ing demanding that Congress pass the tough
Landrum-Griddio bill, and Phi:
Landrum, Democrat of Georgia,
co-author of that bill.
2. Senator McClellan of Arkan
sas got blood in his eye and start
ed his do or-die probe of labor on only
ly only after Gov. Sid McMath of Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas ran against him with or organized
ganized organized labor support.
3. Many of the Teamster
scandals were aired by this co
lumn well before McClellan got
busy.
Thus, when McClellan's Rackets
Committee, with its bird-dog
counsel Bob Kennedy, re-aired
them, the scandals were not par
ticularly new.
But timins is lust as important
in politics as in love and war, and
the rehash of the Teamster
scandals has contributed more
than any other one factor to the
debate on a tough labor bill, now
demanded by most Republicans.
including the President himself.
PROBE KILLED
Most interesting fact dug up by
this column regarding labor
racketeering is that high-up Re
publicans conspired in 1954 to
suppress Its investigation.
At that time, a House commit
tee headed by Congressman
Clare Hofman of Michigan had
exposed sensational facts about
the operations of Jimmy Hoffa
and associates. The facts were
just as startling as anything de developed
veloped developed by -McClellan. In fact,
manv of the witnesses called by
McClellan five years later were
thp -ame identical witnesses csl-
led or named by the House com committee.
mittee. committee. But that investigation was mys mysteriously
teriously mysteriously called off. Hoffman pro pro-tested.
tested. pro-tested. He made a dozen speeches
on the House floor fuming over
the fact that his probe wis
squelched.
Congressman Landrum of
Georgia, however, was a member
of Hoiman's committee, and he
did not exert h'melf to have the
investigation continued.
He did not rise dp in righteous
wrath, as he hs recently to de'
mand a law curbing the practices
he failed expose. Had he done
so there might have been a labor
fnt;-racketeering bill long before
this.
Furthermore, it was Charlie
Halleck who pulled the strings
backstage to kill the 1954 probe of
labor racketeering.
How and why the Republicans
called it off was never investigat
ed by MeCleuan.'
Normally this would be the
first order of business by a De
mocratic chairman. However, the
Senior from Arkansas votes Re
publican on most crucial issues
an- he kept mum.
The fact was, however, that
Jimmy Hoff has been a lifelong
Republican: his cohorts are lar largely
gely largely Renublican. and he has been
dead against the Walter Reuther
wing o organi7ed labor, which
his both a good record for ho honesty
nesty honesty nd a vigorous record for
supporting Democrats.
It was partlv because of cor corruption
ruption corruption in the old AFL craft
unions that Reuther. Phil Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, and John L. Lewis broke
awiy to form the CIO.
Yet now the sins of Jimmy Hof
fa and the Teimsterg are being
visited on the heads of those who
fought them.
WARMED-OVER
HEADLINES
To illustrate how the Senate
Racket committee warmed over
old news to make the headlines
wh eh now Influence the labor de
bate, here is what was previously
pumisned By this column:
SQUELCHING THE PROBE
April IS, 1954-How Charlie Hi!
leek tnd Tostmiste- -General
Summer-field squelched the probe
of Jimmy Hofa and Teamster
M'ke Nicoletfi, rnd Dtvid J. Keat
ing,. named as juke box rackete racketeers,
ers, racketeers, were amonr those later cal
led before McClellan's committee.
BUSINESS FOR WIVIS-.lunP
7. 1956 How Mrs. Hoff and Mrs
Bert Brenm. wife of Hofa's
right hand ma., took over the

Candelabra, Qahdle Sticks,
Sterling, (Plate,
Gkafing (Dishes
Jewellers WSf'

Teat-Fleet Company, with an ex.

after Untt hA Affii
Mich., strike favorably to the
i againsi mi own lo local.
cal. local. With the investment of al almost
most almost no aniiil tkm t... i
,, 1 twu wivu
rolled up a small fortune, liie
oy me senate com
later'' "M'
June. 7. 195S On n.HIU. j-ii.'
uutatua QOUjvb
in insurance commissions paid
Hoffa 'a u!lfi .l
Dorfman's local, the Waste-Handlers
of Chicago, was yanked by
George Meany because of corrup-',on-
The McClellan committee
headlined this Sept, II, lisg, two
j can o later.
a.vGr.NECT,0N$ WITH JOHN.
NT Dlfj Cant tnr t.
Johnny Dio, convicted for throw throwing
ing throwing acid on Victor Riesel, has
"""Cfwono PI I Jim.
mV HOff lien knn. IIK.
- uvu nvui pui up
Teamster money to sponsor TV
and radio programs for the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans State Convention in Mi-
h?" -Mcvieuan committee
w...wcu vio i leamsier rata.
uons on Feb. 25, 1958.
WELPARi Ftiurtc u
a, 1957 More details on how
Rose and Allen Dorfman, with if
experience in the insurance bus business,
iness, business, got in excess -: of $1,000,000
in insurance commissions in four
joj. irom ieamsier welfare
funds.
DAVI RiCK'S SAI bct.tb
mmimtm
Annl 30 lata n
i UWW CCCJE
bought and sold real estate using
relatives as stooges in a manner
calculated to throw o income
tax agents. Beck was first indict-
ed .for iflPnma flv ir.U. r
5, 1957. one year later.
March 25,
1958 Hour Ttaolr mnA ....J .:.'
- - mu uacQUf.
ion ronnpptmn a ett .h1..'..
distributorship of Aaheuier-luieh
2KKWD ;ne iMonnwesr. This was
headlined by the McClellan Cem-
muiee inarcn zo, itot. -,
FOOLPROOF RECORD
DALLAS (UPI) rMrir t; E.
Foster, who has never had an
mo acciaeni, received in -impressive
certificate!' in the mail
from an insurance company wail wailing
ing wailing her for "perfect driving."
Mrs. Foster doesn't drive..
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who do not have six hours of cre credit
dit credit in these areas.
At Albrook there will be two
Saturday morning classes for 16
weeks: Principles of Business
Law (second half) and General

Education Chemistry. Business

Law is recommended for those

planning to join the real estate

class, while the chemistry course

will help a student obtain credit

in natural science, an FSU re requirement.
quirement. requirement. At Fort Gulick there will be
two eight-week courses. Ou Mon

day and Wednesdays the second
half of Principles of Economics

will be offered. On Tuesday even

ings and Saturday mornings the

first of a series of Spanish liter
ature courses will meet. The lat

ter will be open to students who

have some facility in Spanish.

For 16 weeks the second half of
Western Civilization will meet on

Tuesday evenings and the second
half of Written Communications
is scheduled for Thursday even evenings.
ings. evenings. Registration will take place
from 9 a.m. to noon .and 1 p.m.
to 4 p.m. on Sep1.. 8 at the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Education Center. There
will be a two-hour registration in
the rotunda of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights from
2 to 4 p.m. on Sept. 8 Students
may register Sept. 9 at the Fort
Kobbe Education Center between
9 a.m. and 11:30. Registration at
Fort Clayton will be in progress
Sept. 10 and 11 from 8 a.m. to
noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Atlan
tic side students may register at
the Fort Guliek Education Center
September 9 from 2 to 4:30 and
6 to 8 p.m.

Seven Persons Die
In North Carolina
Head On Collision

ELKIN. N. C. (UPI) A high

speed, head-on collision in a rural
road claimed the lives of seven

persons early today and two oth

ers lingered on the very critical

list.

Four members of one family
and two in another were included

among the victims.

It was the third multiple death

accident on southern highways

since Friday. Four women were

killed in Atlanta when their car

was demolished by a tractor trail trailer.
er. trailer. Four other women were killed

at Manning, S C., when a pickup

truck blew a tire and 'swerved into

their car.

A 1952 Oldsmobile. which the
state patrol said was traveling
probably 70 miles an hour and on
the wrong side of the road, ran
headlong into 1951 Ford seven

miles north of Elkin in the north

western part of the state about

1:15 a.m. yesterday.

"It looked like the cars had run

into a brick wall, said state pa
trolman F. L. Mackie.

The impact jerked the engines
out of their mountings and

slammed them into the back eas

of the two cars.

Bodies were hurled in such con confusion
fusion confusion around the wreck scene

that it was impossible even to de determine
termine determine who was ip which car.
The dead were identified as
Truinan Monroe Waggoner, 23;
Gary Waggoner, 12; Ransom D.
Waggoner, 33: Garland Waggoner,
23; Vaughn Coley Miller, 28; Ray Raymond
mond Raymond L. Miller.. 50, and Isaac
Phil Spicer Jr., 18.
Johnny Holcomb, 24, received a
fractured -left leg, fractured face,
internal injuries and multiple cuts.
Jerry Waggoner, 16, had critical
lead injuries and authorities said
"we don't expect him to make it."

Modern Design Chosen
For Churchill College

LONDON, Aug. 17 (BIS) A
modern design has won an archi architectural
tectural architectural competition for Churchill
College, Cambridge. It has been
approved by the trustees who met
recently under the chairmanship of

Sir Winston Churchill and inspect

ed the drawings.
The winning architects, Richard
Sheppard, Robson and Partners of

London, one of four firms chosen
for the final stage of the competi

tion- fromth. 20 who took part. in
the pMlimiriary stage, wift be the
architects of the scheme.. Work is

to start next year. The target fig

ure of cost is around $3 million.
The college, which will accom accommodate
modate accommodate 540 students, will be the
first entirely modern building of
its kind in Cambridge.
"We decided against inhuman

tall blocks," said Mr. Sheppard,

"Instead, we provided modern
buildings in two and three stories,
with small residential courts which
retain the human scale."
The 42-acre site for the college is
in a suburban residential area and
the buildings from the entrance
will be grouped in a wide V-shape
round an area 700 feet square.
There will be lawns, trees, gardens
and an ornamental canal will be at
the entrance.
Twenty residential courts will
form the! "peripheral wall" enclos enclosing
ing enclosing the large center court area
which will have hair;' library, com common
mon common rooms, and so on, all planned
as a free-standing group.
The residential accommodation
has the form of a series of smaller
courts, partly cloistered and sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by sets of rooms two or
three storeys high.

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movie and TV cam

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medical gear.

rrrry-Toor, -too steel
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around at 180 an.p.h.

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SHAKEDOWN CRUISE fOR SPACEMEN The Navy is using this biggest and fastest
human centrifuge in the world to test the effects of space travel on tomorrow's astronaut
When man returns from pai, ms tiny satellite will crash into the top of the atmosohere
wiUi the same crumpling torce as if he drove an auto into a brick wall at 50 moh The
centrifuge, located at the Aviation Medical Arc. :-n l .i .,r. oiv in JohnsviHe Pa will
reproduce this and other forces. It can rani U:e p.U.: .i-.iu m. .- :,r a '. : of 40 times the
force of gravity-40 G's for short. The ceuteifuge wa successfully used m the development
oi the X-15 rocket space plane.

Red China Steps Up
As Fighting Ebbs
Blasts At Laos
TOKYO (UPI) Red China and
North Viet Nam today stepped

up verbal attacks on Laos amid
reports that fighting by Commu Communist
nist Communist rebels had slackened in the

pro-Western Indochinese kingdom.
The Communist New China
news -a gen y said Communist

North Viet Nam formally accused
the Laotian air force of violating
North Viet Namese air space "on
more than 30 occasions."

Chinese Communist Foreign
Minister Chen Yi charged that

Laotian and American officials
were "aggravating the tension"

in Laos.
Reports from the remote inter interior
ior interior of the country which is bord

ered by Red China and Viet Nam
to the north and northeast said
fighting between Royal Laotian
troops and Communist rebels had
slowed down.

Some observers In Tokyo pre

dicted an easing of the crisis with
the coming exchange of visits be between
tween between President Eisenhower and

Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrush-chev.
chev. Khrush-chev.
But Pe!p!ng' foreign minister
made'it clear' in a statement Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night that Red China in

tended to keep the pressure on

the kingdom. He accused the Unit United
ed United States of trying to set up mil military
itary military bases in Laos.
"The United States Is brazenly

New Inflatable Dam Controls Floods,
Stores Water In Los Angeles River

Most dams are built to control
floods and store water, but the
Firestone Tire and Rubber Com Company
pany Company has manufactured and in installed
stalled installed in the Los Angeles River
an unusual structure designed to
be collapsed at the first indication
of flood danger.
This unique dam a giant nyion
bag coated with neoprene was
developed to serve dual require requirements
ments requirements of the Los Angeles Depart Department
ment Department of Water and Power in pro
viding the city with water and of
the U.S. Army Engineers in pro protecting
tecting protecting the city against floods.
For many years the department
had maintained a wooden dam al
this location to divert Los Angeles
river water into nearby busins,
where it seeped into the ground,
raising the water table. The water
was later recovered by pumping.
During winter months, when flood
danger is imminent, the dam had
to be removed to prevent the
river water backing up and over overflowing
flowing overflowing its banks. During this pe period,
riod, period, the flow could not be divert divert-edf
edf divert-edf resuliiig in the loss of valua valuable
ble valuable water which ,ran off into the
Pacific Ocean,
Th dim can b left In place

directing the (Premier Phoui)
Sananikone government of Laos to
extend the civil war of its own
making," he said.

''reafl C3e0as 2
An extraordinary study in
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the year around. It can b col collapsed
lapsed collapsed in 10 minutes should
flood danger arise. As soon as
a flood recedes, the giant bag,
which is 150 feet long and I feet

in diameter, can be inflated
again by pumping water into it.
It takes about 25 minutes and
50,00 gallones of water to inflate
it to its maximun height feet.
Firestone made the dam in 30 30-foot
foot 30-foot sections which were later
cemented together to form one
enormous piece. Loxile, and ad adhesive
hesive adhesive developed by the rubber
company to patch rubber life
rails, was used to cement the sec sections
tions sections together.
Constructed of two plies of ny nylon
lon nylon fabric coaled with a heavy
"skin" of neoprene, the dam is
bolted to the cement bottom and
retaining walls of the river. It is
similar in construction to the well well-known
known well-known Fabritank by Firestone,
nicknamed the "Whale."
Now that the practically of the
dam has been determined, it is
expected that other installations
will be made in the area. The
Department of Water and Power
estimates that some 3,000 acre acre-feet
feet acre-feet of water valued at $75,00
can be conserved annually.

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other respiratory emergency equipment and nurses are rushed to the state to
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and daughter of star Henry
Fonda, relaxes with a cone
in Palisades Park, N. J.

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TWO FOR THE SHOW Connie and Bonnie Steinle, blonde twins, provide a double delight as they perch on a decorated with Cuban flag,
diving board in Las Vegas, Nev. The twins, from San Antonio, Tex., are showgirls at a Las Vegas hotel.

NOT A SEAL OF APPROVAL Just settling down to a feast of herring at the zoo
in Cologne, Germany, an angry seal (right) noisily tells a sea elephant to scram.

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THE PANAMA AMZSICA5 A3? INDEPENDENT DAILY KEW8PAPEB
PACI PlYI

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Social and Oti

NCWS OF ENGAGEMENTS, MAIMIA6ES, W?T4, PARTIES A NO TRAVEL SHOULD BE MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WILL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA S-074O OR 2-OT4I BETWEEN 8.-00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.

MISS CHAVERS WEDS MB. HARRY SHOFF
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT CRISTO REY CHURCH
Miss Ana Ester Chsvers, daughter ( Mr. and Mrs. James M.
Chavers, Became the bride of Mr. Harry Shoff, son of Mrs. Yo Yo-landa
landa Yo-landa Sboff and the late Mr. Paul Shoff, in a late afternoon
ceremony Saturday at Crist Rey Church In Panama City. Rev.
Eloy Saarea officiated at the service.

The bride, who was escorted to
the altar by ner uncie, mcu.iu
Bilonick, was gowned in poie oe
soie with Chantilly lace. She was
attended by Miss Marunela Oca Oca-fia,
fia, Oca-fia, maid of honor, and Miss
Fit. Mini Endara. Miss Maria
Conzani, Miss Mary Suazo, Miss
Maiviii Lfiienadier. Miss Soma
Fabrega and Miss Greta Linares
bridesmaids.
Mr. Earl Schlegel served as
best man. Accompanying the
bridesmaids were Guido Marti Marti-nelli.
nelli. Marti-nelli. John Creighton, Ray Pena,
Gordie Ethrington, John Leopnch
and Guillermo Endara Jr.
After the church ceremony, i
reception was given at the Pana
ma finlf Club.
The newlyweds plan to make
their home in San Siego, Calif.,
after a honeymoon in Bermuda
Miss Sooandaros Weds
Mr. Philio H. Case
("vista Rev Church in Panama
City was the scene Saturday af
ternoon of the marriage of Miss
Lydia Helena Sogandares, daught daughter
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anastasio So Sogandares,
gandares, Sogandares, and Mr. Philip Humph
rey Case, son of Mr. and Mrs
Jack O'Nan of Albany. Ind.
After the ceremony, the parents
of the bride entertained at a re
ception at the Tivoli Guest House.
The newlvweds plan to establish
their home in the United States.
Mr. tnd Mrs. O'Brien
On Itthmian Visit
Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien of New
York City arrived on the Isthmus
over the weekend for a visit with
her aunt. Miss Genell Bliss, of
Cocoli, and other relatives.
Naval Officers Wives
Luncheon Tomorrow
The luncheon meeting of the Na Naval
val Naval Officers Wives Club will be
held tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
House. 1
The program will feature an
exhibit of Chinese antiques, fa fabrics
brics fabrics and dresses, with commen commentary
tary commentary by Mrs. Daisy Liem Chen,
THANK YOU, TOO
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (UPI) -Ward
Kvl ooened his farm mail
box andifoul thetpbtlte
had been stolen from his son s
truck, With, it was this note:
"Your spotlight didn't fit, so we
are returning it. Thank you for
your cooperation.'
t ..... infArpompnt. officers in
uavr nuw win' -
volved m the headlined disap disappearance
pearance disappearance of New Jersey's beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Jacqueline Gay Hart believe
the names ot tne enuie casi ui
characters in her mysterious ad adventure
venture adventure never have been reveal reveal-od.
od. reveal-od. Joe Levin talk of the trade
with his phenomenal success,
"Hercules," has been offered a
$250,000 advance for the distribu distribution
tion distribution rights to his British-made
thriller, "Jack the Ripper."
a fact cnrvpv nf 25 cities show
ed within the past few days
that Gov. Nelson Kocxeieiier s po
pularity has skyrocketed as the
result of recent news stories, and
his political intimates are count counting
ing counting on his running for President
in 1960 with a Catholic as vice
presidential .candidate. ; .Peggy
Lee's ex-husband, Dewey Martin,
is squiring airline stewardess
Joan Hutchinson. .Ed Wynn, the
great comedian, is hopping mad
at McCall's for labeling his son
Keenan's memoirs "A Fool for a
Father." The title of the book
from which the articles are ex excerpted
cerpted excerpted is "Ed Wynn's Son," and
that's the only title the elder
Wynn expected tosee of any se serialization
rialization serialization of the autobiography.
Ralph CohiTs untimely death
leaves the giant firm of Screen
Gems without a leader, and is apt
to create a new battle for con control
trol control of the stock in Columbia Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. .George Shearing's first
album with Peggy Lee, "Beauty
and the Beat," may become the
best-selling album of his career.
It's already reached the 100,000
mark in sales.
If you think you've heard every everything,
thing, everything, you haven't. The Village
Vanguard, for years a haven of
progressive jazz, has booked Turk
Murphy (Dixieland!) for 13
. .The censors who objected to
"Lady Chatterly's Lover" had
better brace themselves for the
upcoming Irving Wallace novel.
"The Sins of Philip Fleming."
Pretty graphic, it would appear
from advance reports.
Bandleader Tito Puente wants
ftknown that the lady who calls
herself Ida Puente "is not and
has never been" married to him,
and "has no legal right" to use
his name. He declares his attorney
Is now in process of getting an in injunction
junction injunction to ston her from calling
herself Mrs. Puente.
Baltimore's chic heiress, Mar Mar-gsret
gsret Mar-gsret "Peggy" Markoe, is serious-

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president of the Chinese Wo
men's League in Panama.
Slides collected by members
during overseas tours rill be
shown.
Mrs. Fran Canady, Navy 3595,
is in charge of reservations.
Legion Auxiliary
Entertains At Gorges
Members of the American Le
gion Auxiliary were hostesses last
week at a btrgo party ior pa patients
tients patients at Gorgas Hospital. The par party,
ty, party, held in the Red Cross lounge,
was conducted by Mrs. Barbara
Whitebeck, Mrs. Carolina Arrieta
and Sgt. Leigh Whitebeck.
Punch and chocolate cake were
served.

Senator Wants Civil Rights Bill
In Spite Of Khrushchev's US Visit

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.) sam
today Congress should pass a
civil rights bill even if it has to
remain in SPSSion while Soviet
nmin- 'Miifiia S. Khrushcnev is
"I'm not for Demg paniueu uj
Khrushchev's coming or any simi
lar reason because i wani a
ricxhts hill Uiat S meiu"6""
Javits said.
Some members ot c o n g i
want to adjourn Deiore
rhev arrives Sept. 15 to avoid the
question of inviting the Russian
leader to address the House and
Senate. Javits said (on a telecast
for New York state stations) that
was no way to do business.
Even without the pressure or
Khrushchev's impending visit, Ja Javits
vits Javits said, the civil rights bill prob probably
ably probably would be dumped on the
Senate "when the fever ot aa-
iournment is at its Mgnest" in an
effort to get quick action.
Javits also said he doubtea tne
Senate Judiciary Committee would
release to the full Senate tne
fxlteleton" civil rights bill it has
predicted
'"some other procedure"1 would be
used to get a bill to the senate
floor.
He said the Democratic leader
ship of the Senate had "a funda-

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

ly ill at Harkness Pavillion. .
Metro expects the Alfred Hitchcock-Gary
Grant flicker, "North
By Northwest," to be its biggest
grosser since "Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof," which has taken in $13, $13,-000,000.
000,000. $13,-000,000. .Dance teams put on
the unemployment lists by the de de-the
the de-the unemployment lists by the de de-tnise
tnise de-tnise of vaudeville-type night club
shows are bitterly bewailing the
current trend in entertainment.
They maintain that the cafes are
looking for nothing but "sick co comedians".
medians". comedians". .Jack Carter has been
offered a situation comely series
on TV. .The Bill Zeckenlorfs Jr.,
are knitting tiny garments for a
January arrival.
Feature editors might be in interested
terested interested in Lia Delia, the singer
who opens at the Chardas on Aug.
12. She's the heroine of a cinema cinemalike
like cinemalike adventure involving an es escape
cape escape from a German slave labor
camp with the help of a German
soldier who was caught and kill killed
ed killed just before she made it across
the border to freedom.
Alex Elliott, who wrote "Three
Hundred Years of American
Paintings" (which sold over 150
000 copies) has been commissiin-
ed to write the lead article in
Salvador Dali's new magazine
"Rhinoceros". .Londoners ap apparently
parently apparently have gone strip-tease
crazy there are peeling acts
going on day and night and they
dig the weird scene, too. A poou-
lar spot called Le Macabre, on
Meard St., featuresa "mortua "mortuary"
ry" "mortuary" where patrons sit on coffins
instead of chairs. .Virginia Mc Mc-Manus,
Manus, Mc-Manus, whose tangles with the
law made headlines in New York,
is residing quietly in East Orange.
N.J., surrounded by citizens of
unchallenged respectability.
The Paramount theatre manage
ment considered resuming a
stage show policy, but fainted
when thev heard rh. asking
prices of stars with drawing
oower. (The name entertainers
who consistently beef about mo movie
vie movie houses dropping "live" en entertainment
tertainment entertainment in favor of celluloid)
TV RYu; vnrf Flvinnr
Roosevelt to emerge as a video
aarnng esny next year when she
moderates a panel series
Jules Dassin, credited with "Ri-
fiffl" -nd "H Whn Mi.il ri
conferred in Paris with Lew Ker Ker-ner.
ner. Ker-ner. Their topic: casting and
other film plans for James lT.
Farrell'a "Studs Lonigan."

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Meetings
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The Medical Association of the
Isthmian Canal Zone will meet
tomorrow evening at 7 in the con
ference room on the third floor
of the Food Service Building.
A buffet will precede the jfcien
tific program, "Obstetrical Sur
vey of Gorgas Hospital", present
ed by Dr. Paul J. Caldwell.
JWB Spanish Class
The current Spanish class for
beginners meets this evening, at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Services Center in Balboa.
All registered students are re
minded that the class convenes at
7:30 p.m.
Art Class
There will be a meeting of the
art class at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in alboa
tonight, at 7 p.m.
mental responsibility" to get a
bill before the Senate.
The Judiciary Committee, which
got nowhere during a five-hour
session on the legislation Friday,
planned another meeting late to today.
day. today. But committee members back backing
ing backing the legislation were going
ahead with plans to bypass the
judiciary group by offering civil
rights legislation as a "rider"
amtndment to some other bill al already
ready already on the floor.
Sen. Thomas C. Hennings Jr.
(D-Mo.), chairman of the Judic Judiciary
iary Judiciary Constitutional Rights Sub Subcommittee,
committee, Subcommittee, said he would talk to
both Senate Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) and
GOP Leader Everett M. Dirksen
(111.) about the possibility of
reaching agreement on a bill to
be offered.
OIL, GAS DISCOVERED
MOSCOW (UPI)-The Commu Communist
nist Communist Party newspaper Pravda
said today that Soviet scien scientists
tists scientists had discovered the first oil
and gas deposits in Siberia.
" t 1 i t i i it. j.m

Solon Says Nixon's Chances
May Hinge On Mr. ICs Visit

WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
Stuyvesant Wainwright (R-N.Y.)
said today that Vice President
Richard M. Nixon's political fu future
ture future may hinge on the outcome
of Soviet Premier Nikita S.
Khrushchev's visit to the United
States.
Wainwright is supporting New
York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller
over Nixon for the 1960 Republi
can presidential nomination. He
is spearheading a drive to open
Rockefeller-for-president clubs in
the midwest.
Wainwright's statement during
a radio interview seemed to indi
cate that Rockefeller's backers,
if not Rockefeller himself, plan to
use the Khrushchev and other
Russian visits as an arguing point
against Nixon. Rockefeller did not
go to the Russian exhibit when it
was in New York and steered
clear of Soviet deputies Frol R.
Kozlov and Anastas I. Mikoyan
during their trips to the United
States.
He has been quoted as saying
sardonically recently in reference
to the Nixon-Russian visit that it
would be a fine thing for Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev to be able to pick the next
president of the United States.
In a separate radio-TV interview
yestrday, Nixon said the Eisenhower-Khrushchev
talks would
give the President an opportunity
to "perhaps explore the possibili possibilities"
ties" possibilities" of solving some cold war
problems. Such solutions, he said,
"might be developed at a later
point" where U. S. Allies were
represented.
But he cautioned that the ex
change of visits was no sign that
the Russian line has "softened or
shifted." He said Americans
Zonians To Attend
Legion Auxiliary
National Meeting
The American Leeion Auxiliary
of the Canal Zone will be re
presented at the 39th annual na
tional convention of the auxilia auxiliary
ry auxiliary next week by Mrs. Mary E.
Becker of Balboa and Mrs. Fay
M. Brown of Cristobal. The con convention
vention convention will be held in Minneapo Minneapolis,
lis, Minneapolis, Minn., next Wednesday
through Thursday.
Mrs. Becker is a national exe executive
cutive executive comimitteewoman from
the Auxiliary's Department of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and Mrs. Brown it presi president
dent president of the Auxiliary's Depart Department
ment Department of Panama.
In a report to th- delegates,
Mrs. Charles W. Gunn, retiring
national president, will given an
account of her official visits to
Europe, the Caribbean and Far
East. She was a guest of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Auxiliary several months
ago.

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Written for NEA Service
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impressed Dy it.
Now South jumps to four hearts
Should you pass and hope to set
this contract or take what looks
like a sure loss at five diamonds?
This particular West decided to
pass and open his singleton spade.
He had two defensive tricks him himself
self himself and hoped to be able to get
his partner in to give him a spade
ruff.
Everything worked out as he
planned. His ace of hearts won
trick two, a club lead put bis part
ner in and a spade ruff and the dia diamond
mond diamond ace set the hand.
West was pretty proud of his de
cision until someone pointed out to
him thatyjif he had sacrificed at
five diamonds .would not have
been a7 saenfie'e at all. With the
clubfinesse working and the dia
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North and East pass. What do
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"could make no greater mistake
than to assume that."
Wainwright said it would be
"presumptuous" for him to speak
for Rockefeller on the subject.
But he said he personally feels
the "success or failure of the
Khrushchev visit will be an issue
in the forthcoming campaign pri primarily
marily primarily because the vice president
was instrumental in starting the
Soviet leaders in coming to this
country."
Interviewed by Radio Press In International,
ternational, International, an independent Wash Washington
ington Washington news and feature service
for radio stations, Wainwright
said he did not feel there was
"any implication by Nixon's Invi Invitations
tations Invitations that we should deal softly
with the Soviets."
"Certainly at this stage of the
game," he said Rockefeller and
Nixon have "exactly the same
viewpoint on how to deal with the
Soviet leaders." ,
But he said Rockefeller's view viewpoint,
point, viewpoint, as he sees it, is that the
West "is so completely and dia diametrically
metrically diametrically opposed in terms of
objectives with the objectives of
the Soviet society that bull ses sessions,
sions, sessions, or whatever you want to
call them, are just not going to
prove anything."
RIVER ROMANCE SaUln
toward TV viewers this fall on
his "Riverboet" will be Derren
McGavin. Shown with him on
the deck of the 1840 -type
sternwbeeler is Madlyn Rhus.

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Take Trip Into Mountains

KRISTIANSAND. Norwav. Aue.
17 (UPI) -Steven Rockefeller
and his "Cinderella" fiancee re returned
turned returned here today after a 1200 1200-mile
mile 1200-mile flight through the wild, fiord fiord-slashed
slashed fiord-slashed mountains of western Nor
way.
Rockefeller. 23. went in near
by Sogne last night with his birde-to-be.
Anne Marie Ras.-nnxspn
her parents and her sister. They
leu &ogne tast week.
At his first news conference
since his return, Rockefeller said
today "we did not take this trip
to get away from the journalists.
"But I admit we did it to have
some peace and privacy. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, it was my only chance to
see western Norway, which I
was interested in."
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ports reports his mother will arrive in
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Norway early next week and that
his father, millionaire Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York
would arrive next Frmay, to at attend
tend attend his wedding. Young Rocke
feller will marry Miss Rasmussen
a weeK from today.
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way. Norway. On the trip with the Rasmussen
family, he said, he spent eight to
ten hour behind the wheel of his
rented car. But he said he en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed it ai.d looks forwsr l to a
similar trip with Anne Marie
after they get married.
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met wh'.in she was a housemaid
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at the JWB each Monday and
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Farbman, a New York attorney
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a ait 111 itm. Kianc tnt tha fn t
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mciu, were announced by Mayor
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hearted "wholehearted endorsement.'
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BELGRADE (UPI) Emperor
Haile Selassie of Ethiopia will
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Mark, Cop RBI Honors,
Cubs In First Division

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By NORMAN MILLER

NEW YORK, Aiur.
sCuhn ri hankintr on F.rnip
tit. ,i
Miic uivsi unique nil ec-piy
Jrasory.

f At the rate that he's been pound
-,3ng the ball, Ernie could wind up
thf If.L.'i biggest RBI producer in
Jl2 "years, break his own homer rec-
r for ihortstops, and become the
firjt jnan ever to win the league's
Most i. Valuable Player award two
itfaifht lessons.
I'llithis and help the Cubs finish
In the first division for the first
rfle. since 1946.
Ignoring a bruised back. Banks
flit a two-run first-inning homer
jtid'SLee Walls followed with a
Ihrirun fourth-inning blast that
live? the Cubs a 5-4 victory over
the 3gue-leading San Francisco
Pltflil yesterday. The triumph
prevented the Giants from widening
.their 2V4-game lead over the Los
!Atijelei Dodgers and gave the
Cube a 25-23 record against the
league's three leading pennant
contenders.
'Banks' blow, off lefty Johnny
Ahtonelli, was his 36th of the year
end raised his runs-batted-in pro production
duction production to 112. Project that over a
ilM-game schedule and the totals
re 47 homers and 150 RBI's. Wil Wil-lojTErnie
lojTErnie Wil-lojTErnie set the major league
lOmer-hitting record for shortstops
ast season with 47. A total of 150
j RBI's would be the highest in the
J league since Ducky Medwick drove
J H 154 for the Cardinals in 1937.
I

Thl Cubs shortstop's .312 bat bat-4mf
4mf bat-4mf average is juit one point Itn
..than tht mark with which ht won
;th MVP award last stason. Al Although
though Although Carl Hubbell, Stan Musial
Hand Roy Campanella have won
h award mora than one, no
,M ovor hat don it two ytart
running.
IWhile the Cubs were making the
ltjMtof Banks' hitting to move into
av-We for fourth place with the
Eittsburgh Pirates, the three top
contenders in the N.L. all missed
aa opportunity to gain ground.
'The St. Louis Cardinals stymied
tbv Dodgers' attempt to close In
en the Giants by beatina Los An An-felea.
felea. An-felea. 8-3; and the Milwaukee
Braves could gain only a -nlit of
trouble-header with the Pirates,
winning the nightcap. 5 2, behind
Wfften Spahn after dronping the
opener, 2-1. The Philadelphia Phils
$ijpf a twin bill from the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Reds, 8-5 and 6 0.
jlfethe American League, the Chi
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BALBOA 6:15 8:30
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Stephen Boyd
' "WOMAN OBSESSED"
. Tuesday "Cop Hater"

DIABLO HTS. Martlne Carol
7:00 "THE FOXIEST GIRL IN PARIS"
Tuesday "The Quiet Man"

MARSAftlTA ir Victor MacLaglen
7:00 "THE ABDUCTORS"
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17 (UPI) The Chicago!

Ranks in achieve nne of i
, x-r-ii i t
ictt Lo ill nauuuai jucagut
cago While Sox also lost a half half-game
game half-game of their lead by succumbing
to the Kansas City Athletics, 7-2.
The runnerup Cleveland Indians
were rained out after taking a 5-0
first-inning lead over the Detroit
Tigers. The New York Yankees di divided
vided divided a double-header with the
Boston Red Sox, losing the opener.
6-5, and then winning the second
game. 4 2. The Washington Sena Senators
tors Senators defeated the Baltimore Orio Orioles.
les. Orioles. 6-1.
Spahn, biddino for hit 10th 10 10-victory
victory 10-victory season, ran his racord to
14-11 with an alqht-hlt nlahtcap
victory over Pittiburflh. Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee came from behind after Bob
Skinner hit a two-run homer for
the Pirates.
Dick Stuart's 400-foot-plus homer
drove in the two runs for Pitts Pittsburgh's
burgh's Pittsburgh's openine game triumnh a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Juan Pizarro. Boh Friend
was credited with his fifth victo victory,
ry, victory, although he needed relief from
RQb Porterfield for the final out of
the game.
Rookie Gene Oliver d-"ove in
three St. Louis runs and Bill White
hit a homer to sink Roger Craig
and the Dodgers. Larry Jackson
scattered 10 hits to gain bis 10th
virtorv.
Gus Bell hit two firs! game hom homers
ers homers for Cincinnati, but the Phils ex exploded
ploded exploded for a six-run sixth-inning
rally to win the opening game for
Robin Roberts. Don Carrlwell's six six-hit
hit six-hit shutout pitching in the nightcap
completed the Phils' sweep.
In the A's victorv over the White
Sox, Preston Ward, Bob Cerv and
Russ Snyder hit homers to make make-Ned
Ned make-Ned Garver an easy nine-hit win winner.
ner. winner. Dick Donovan, making hit first
start since he pulled a shoulder
muscle July 21, wat driven ou'
in the third inning. The Mfhit
Sox lead Cleveland by
three
gemot.
Mickey Mantle's 24th homer sent
the Yankees off to a second-game
victory that snapped a five-game
losing streak. Ralph Terry was the
winner, with eighth-inning relief
from Bob Turley. Mantle also hit a
first-game homer, but a six-run
econri-inning outburst clinched the
Boston victory. Ike Delock's bril brilliant
liant brilliant seven-inning relief pitching
and Bobby Shantz' two-run throw throwing
ing throwing error sank the Yankees.
Three Baltimore errors gave the
Senators five unearned runs that
sent young Jerry Walker down to
defeat. Pete Ramos snapped a six-
game losing streak but needed helpj
from Tex Clevenger and Dick
Hyde.
Carrying the Ball
BALTIMORE. Md. (UPH
Lenny Moore, Baltimore Colt
halfback, averaged 7.3 vards each
time he carried the ball in 1958.
TODAY ENCANTO-35-20
Gregory Peck in
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Bob Hope in
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THEATERS TODAY
COCO SOLO 7:00
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jlngemar Floyd

i Gross Gate
$1318,795
) NEW YORK (UPU Gross
receipt for the gale tind subsidiary
rights to the Insemar Johansson-
SirSTCiffimS:
$1,318,795, according to figures an-
Inounced yesterday by the New
York State Athletic Commission.
However, the commistion an announcement
nouncement announcement was greeted imme
diately by a yell of proteit from
Irving B. Kahn, president of tht
Teleprompter Corporation which
handled the subsidiary rights
theater-TV, radio and movies,
"A coupie of those figures are
definitely inaccurate," declared
Kahn, "perhaps through a misun misunderstanding
derstanding misunderstanding on the part of the
commission."
Commission Chairman Melvin
L. Krultwitch issued the follow following
ing following statement:
"Financial report on the Patterson-Johansson
fight of June 26,
based on the after-contest report
from Rosensohn Enterprises, Inc.
These figures do not include ex expenses.
penses. expenses. "Sale of tickets: Gross $469, $469,-650.78.
650.78. $469,-650.78. Federal tax: $401198.72
State tax: 22,886.17. Net: 406, 406,-565.89.
565.89. 406,-565.89. The following gross figures are
from Teleprompter Corporation.
These figures are the amounts
left after theaters have taken
out their 50 per cent deductions.
"Television $358,082.00. Estimat
d receivable (still to come) in
this country: $65,000. Total esti estimated
mated estimated receipts in this country:
$423,082. Radio in U.S.: $106,750.
Film Rights in U.S.: $19,313.
"Estimated receivable from Eu Europe:
rope: Europe: $300,000.."
Krulewitch made no statement
in connection with the figures, and
he was unavailable for comment
Kahn declared the film rights
figure for the United States should
approximate $300,000 instead of
$19,313.
He added, "as far as the com
mission's estimate of $300,000
from Europe is concerned, Tele Tele-prom,pter
prom,pter Tele-prom,pter hasn't received any film
figures as yet from the various
distributors, and I don't see how
the commission could have them."
Kahn said. "I .'estimate that
Johansson will receive a total of
about 1225.000 from the fight. Pat
terson will get about double
that." "
1
SHORTS
Sweepttaket a Royal Idea
LONDON (UPI) Credit for ori originating
ginating originating the tweepstakes idea in
throlighbred horse racing is usual
ly given by historians to Queen
Anne of England ( 1702-1714) who
in th last year of her life or
ganized the sport in Great Brit
ain.
Who Invented Hurling?
DUBLIN (UPl)-Any loyal Irish
man will insist that the rugged
game of hurling was invented in
Ireland but the game actually is
believed to have been played by
Egyptians during the reign of
Rameses II.
Knock-Down, Drag-Out
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) The
longest bout in the history of box boxing
ing boxing is believed to have takn
place in New Orleans': a 110 110-round,
round, 110-round, seven-hour and 19-minute
match in which A. Brown and J.
Rurke fought to a draw on April
6, 1893.
One-Armed Player
CEDARTOWN. Ga. (UPI) -Ed
Barrett, a one-arme: nlayer
c: ught four forward passes and
intercepted three others for the
Cedartown, Ga. team against
Rome, Ga., Oct. 31, 1930.
Pol Wat th Criterion
NEW DELHI, India (UPI) -emperor
Akbar of India refused
to enlist a soldier in his royal Ar Army
my Army "unless he had proved him himself"
self" himself" by being a competent polo
player.
ASTHMA and
BRONCHITIS
RELIEVED
Aethmk and Bronchltli etucki rule
your aleep, unlermln your tirensih
in,! w.iken rour heart. Mendac
inrti to work throush your blood t
ovrrcome Mthnia. end bronchltU t t-t,
t, t-t, k. It h.lpe dUnolve etr.nfllnt mu mu-n.
n. mu-n. and promote "yb,,,'h "yb,,,'h-t,,K.
t,,K. "yb,,,'h-t,,K. M.noWi action U effective ve
In old and elubborn cmm. Get Men Men-dice,
dice, Men-dice, from any drufetoie today end
... how much better you eleep end
lralhe tonltht, end how much letter
you will feel tomorrow, Mendee
hchte dlecontforta of Aathma, wrom wrom-ehltle
ehltle wrom-ehltle ftne HJ Fever.
R I O
COMPULSION
RALLY ROUND THE
n,AG BOYS
PELEA JOHANSSON
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1 1

I

SANDINO'S FIRST CLASSIC WIN Stout hearted Lady Edna (2) streaks by Titlta (head
barely visslble to win the $2,000 added one mile Antonio Anguizola Classic for natives. It was
jockey Sandlno Hernandez' first classic victory although he Is one of the most consistent win winners
ners winners at the local oval. Esteban, the odds-on mutuels favorite, Is shown finishing third. (Bot (Bottom)
tom) (Bottom) Antonio Anguizola Jr. (In white suit, with bow tie) holds Lady Edna's bridle while
Jubilant brothers Eric Arturo (left) and Raul Dclvallr, owners of Lady Edna, also pose In the
winner' circle. Tofiin Anguizola was the track's guest of honor on the occasion of the classic
which honored the memory of his father.

Lady Edna
In Antonio

The "JD" Stable's stout-hearted
six-year-old brown mar La Lady
dy Lady Edna yesterday wat at her
best and cam up from la it
place to tcor a thrilling half half-length
length half-length victory in th featured
$2,000 added one ; mil Anfluize Anfluize-la
la Anfluize-la Clattic for natives at 1 tho
President Remon racetrack.
Sandino Hernandez hustled La Lady
dy Lady Edna along until she hit her
best stride then gradually closed
on the leaders to be already sec second
ond second when the four horses in the
classic straightened out for the
drive to the wire.
With one furlong to go, Titia
was wrested command from quit quitting
ting quitting Nirvana and Lady Edna and
Esteban were coming on like a
team. But Esteban could not
National League

TEAMS W L Pet. GB
San Francisco U 50 .569
Lot Angeles ... 44 53 .547 2Vi
Milwaukee ... 42 53 .539 3Vi
Pitttburgh ... 58 59 .496 8V1
Chicago 57 58 .494 8Vi
Cincinnati ... 54 42 .475 11
St. Louit ... 55 44 .442 12V
Philadelphia 49 48 .419 17 'A

Today's Games
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (T-N)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
Yesterday's Results
San Francisco 200 010 0104 9 0
Chicago 200 300 OOx 5 5 1
Antonelli (167), Miller, S. Jones
and Landrith, Schmidt.
Anderson (9-8), Elston and Nee Nee-man.
man. Nee-man. (FIRST GAME)
Milwaukee 000 000 0011 11 0
Pittsburgh 200 000 00x-2 9 0
Pizarro (4-2), Burdette and
Crandall.
Friend (5-15), Porterfield and
; Burgess.
(SECOND CAME)
Milwaukee 000 022 1005
Pittsburgh 002 000 0002
Spahn (16 11) and Looata.
Daniel (6-8), Porterfield,
and Foiles.
Face
Los Angeles 001 001 0103 10 0
St. Louis Oil 210 OOx 5 10 1
Craig (8-4), Labine, Churn and
Rnseborn.
Jackson (10 11) and Porter.
Smith.
(FIRST GAME 1
Cincinnati ton 001 1205 in 0
Philadelphia 000 106 Olx 8 12 2
Purkey (10 12), Lawrence,
Schmidt. Pens, Acker and Dntter Dntter-er.
er. Dntter-er. Bailey.
Roberts (11 12) and Thomas.
(SECOND CAME)
Cincinnati 000 000 000- 0 fi 1
Philadelphia 204 000 OOx fi fi 0
Hook (2-3). Brosnan, Acker,
Schmidt and Bailey.
Cardwell (7 7) and Thomas.

It J

j

"Villi.- : :-.tt"-'Wiv0r'V- . .'.'.'.W St.

Scores Upset Win
Anguizola Classic

match Lady Edna's rush and Ti Ti-tila,
tila, Ti-tila, which responded gamely,
finally lost out when her rider al allowed
lowed allowed her to bear down against
the slower inner rail.
Lady Edna turned the mile in
a creditable 1:44 and returned
$12.20 straight as the least backed
starter in the classic. There was
no place betting because Nirvana
and Esteban raced in an entry.

The secondary attraction wasiing home three winners as corn-

also copped by an dutsider. A 1 pi
na, which went otf tha outsider
in the four-horse field of first ser series
ies series racers, scored going away
and paid $10.20 to win.
Th moonshooteri had a great
day. Kensington paid $37.40 to
open the day and Teloreo fol followed
lowed followed up with $53.60 payoff in
American League
TEAMS W
Chicago .... 69
Cleveland ... 47
Baltimore ... 57
New York ... 58
Detroit 57
Kantat City . 55
Boston 54
Washington ... 48
L
45
49
58
59
60
62
63
69
Pet.
.605
.578
CB
.496 12Vj!
.496 12'2
.487 13'j
.470 15Vi
.462 14Vj
.410 22
Today's Games
Cleveland at Detroit
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 000 010 0 0-? 9 (
Kansas City 011 202 01 x 7 13 (
Donovan (7 6). McBride, Arias
Stalky, Moore, Lown and Lollar.
Garver (9-10) and House.
Washington 200 002 20' fi 0 0
Baltimore O00 000 0101 9 3
Ramos (11-14), Clevenger, Hyde
and Courtney.
Walker (8-7), Fisher and Gins
berg.
(FIRST CAME)
j Boston 600 000 000 f fi 0
New York 310 000 0105 9 1
Casale, Delock (11 6), Kielv and
White.
Maas (11-6), Shantz, Coates and
I Berra.
(SECOND GAME)
Boston 000 101 0002 8 0
New York 300 000 f)lx 4 9 0
Monbonquette (4-4) and While.
Terry (4-8), Turley and Howard.
Cleveland at Detroit
(Postponed, rain)
SLOW LBARNfR
SAN ANTONIO,
Tex. (UPI)
When Betty Jameson
her finest season on
pro golf circuit in 1955, she re remarked,
marked, remarked, "I'm finally beginning
to understand this game after
2.') years."
ONE-WAY STREET
Rrthlehem. Pa. 1 NEA) The
Lehigh football scoring record
was set in 1889. when the Engine-
ers topped Penn State. 106-0.

I -tt C if

th second race. Th first
double paid $1,359.60 the best di dividend
vidend dividend at th local oval in a
long time.
Other juicy win odds were Sil Silver
ver Silver Sun ($10.60), and Meta Fierro
($15.60).
Leading jockey Heliodoro Gus Gus-tines
tines Gus-tines increased his margin over
slumping Braulio Baeza by boot-
1 pared 0 only nne for Baeza. Gus-
tines won witn Uong, Lancaster
and Soberano. Hernandez and Ro
lando Cruz were runncrsup rider
with two wins.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Kensington $37.40,
2 Dona Flora $3.80
$9.80
SECOND RACE
1 Teloreo $53 so -'(j
2 Smart Catch $3.40
First Doub.e: $1,359.60
THIRD RACE
1 Tremal Naik $2.20
2 No Place BeHing
FOURTH RACE
1 Silver Sun $10.60, $5.20
2 El Peque-o $6.20
Quiniela: 30.40
FIFTH RACE
1 Ladv Edna $12.20
2 No Place Betting
SIXTH RACE
1 Serrcs Road $6. $3
2 Account Rendered $2.80
SEVENTH RACE
1 Meta Fierro $15.60, $6.20
2 Lo Moscoso $3.60
Second Double: $76.20
EIGHTH RACE
1 Soberano $5.6C, $3
2 Marcelita $3.60
Quiniela: $8.80
NINTH RACE
-Lancaster $4.20, $3.20
-Golazo $4.80
One-Two: $29.80
TENTH RACE
1 Alpina $10.20, $3.60
2 Double Four $3
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Gong $4.40, $2.80
2 Don Chilito $3.80
One-Two: $10.
First American USGA Winner
NORTHFIELD, N.J. (UPI)
Johnny McDcrmott was the first
mTvc-born American to win the
USGA Open Golf Championship.
He took the title in 1911 and suc successfully
cessfully successfully defended it in 1912.
Ex-Boxert Make Good
NEW YORK (UPi)-Actnr Vic
tor McLaglen and Lou Costello
the late comedian, were once nro-

romnleted fFvonal fighters. The lute Ii-k
th ladies' Johnso n.when heavyweight cham

pion outpointed McLaglen In i009-
Million-Dollar Gate
NEW YORK (UPI) The Jack
Dempsey-Georges Carpentier fight
!at Jersey City, N.J., on July 2,
1921, not only drew boxing's fir;t
million dollar gale ($1,789,238),
but It was the first world title
I fight to be radio broadcast.

r ....7f

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Pacific Playground
Basketball Tourney

In the opening playoff rounds to
select the representative teams on
the Pacific side which shall meet
the Atlri'ic teams for the Canal
Zone ch i npionship, the Ancon "E"
league eked out a two point win.
Next Wednesday morning they will
meet the Margarita "E" league
team at the Balboa Gymnasium
for the Canal Zone championship.
The second game saw the Dieblo
"D" league romp over Balbna 31
to 23. This win makes Diablo the
"D" league champion since the
Atlantic side has no representation
in this classification.
t
The box scores:
Ancon "E" 14
Player fg ft pf t
Moses .. ..0 0 0 0
Hay 5 1 0 11
Burtla 1 022
Yuzna 0 1 0 1
Beardall 0 0 0 0
Totals
6 2 2 14
Balboa "E" 12
Harned 3 0 2 6
Brogie 1 0 1 2
Doherty 1 0 0 2
Douglas 1 n 1 2
Perantie ; 0 0 0 0
Rrennan 0 0 0 0
Gangle 0 0 0 0
Totals
6 0 4 12
Diablo "D" 31
Player fg ft pf t
McCuIIough 3 2 3 R
Watson 5 2 2 12
Robertson 3 0 1 6
Robinson 2 1 0 5
WcGinnis 0 0 0 0
Blaney 0 0 2 0
Totals
13 5 8 31
Balboa "D" 23
Stabler, J 1
Stabler, L 3
Fitzgerald 2
Ebdon. R. 0
Gangle, T 3
Totals
9 5 9 23
Eliminatio nrounds were requir required
ed required in the ;C" and "B" leagues.
Ancon sWamped Gamboa in the
first round which then found them
playing Balboa in the second
round.
Here the Ancon boys played like
champions and humbled Balboa to
become the winners and gain right
to meeting Margarita Wednesday
mohiing for the championship.
Chuck Moses was the big gun in
the Ancon attack hitting for 13
noints in the first game and 18 in
the second.
The box scores:
Ancon "C" 39
Player
fg ft pf t
Moses 6 1 3 13
Lovelady 4 0 0 8
Salterio 4 0 0 8
Ostrea 2 0 0 4
Beardall 2014
Adams 10 0 2
Totals
19 1 4 39

If Ik H-

TETE-A-TETE Maria Bueno is deeply interested in'what
Alex Olmedo has to say as the South American stlckouU
chat between rounds. They are considered sur fire to add
the United States' singles to their Wimbledon championshipt
at Forest Hills, Sept. 4-13. Olmedo defends tha Davit Cup.

Faltering Philip!
Philip's lift is filled with bruises.
Repairs would leave his
home like new.
P,A, Classifieds, just the right clue!

Oambea "C" I

Dunn 0 0 0 I
Bell, P ...1111
Parsons o 1 0 1
Watkins 1 0 0 3
Catron l 0 0 I
Bell, M 0 0 10
Zorns 0 0 0 0
Watkins, D 0 0 o

Totals
3 2 11
Ancon "C" 32
Player fg ft pf (
Moses g 4 4 IS
Lovelady 08 1 0
Salterio 2 1 0 S
Ostrea 0 1 1 1
Beardall 0010
Adams 0 0 0 0
Coy 4 0 2 1
Totals
15 2 9 32
Balboa "C" 21
Wheeler 0 0
Dahlhoff 10
Monroe 0 0
Perantie 4 2
Lombano 3 3
0 0
2 2
0 0
0 10
3 9
Totals
8 5 S 21
The Balboa "B" league handled
the Diablo boys with ease in the
first round of the elimination.
Chase was the scoring ace with 19
ooints for the victors. The rhsm rhsm-nionshin
nionshin rhsm-nionshin was close throughout the
first half but Bulboa took a lead in
the 3rd period and was ncer
headed. From that noint on the
contest was quite ragged.
The box scores:
Balboa "B" 44
Player fgft'pft
Ashton 4 0 0 8
Fitzgerald ..2 0 2 4
Bowman 3 0 0 8
Chase 9 1 2 19
Hanson 3 1 2 7
Rager 10 12
Totals
22 2 T 48
Diablo "B" 20
Paterson 0 0 0 0
Eberen l 0 0 t
Panzer ..4 0 0 8
Albrittofl .... t.. ..SO 3 8
Carlson 0 01 0
Rudy 2 21 4
Totals
10 0 5 20
Balboa "B" 40
Player fg ft pt t
Ashton 3 2 1 8
Bowman 5 1 3 11
Chase 2 1 4 5
Hanson 1 3 1 5
Rager 5 1 1 11
Totals 16 8 10 40
Ancon "B" 12
Aseron, D 5 1 1 11
Aseron, F 1 0 4 2
Horton 5 2 2 12
Major 2 0 0 4
Berger 1 15S
De la Guardia 0 0 3 8
Totals 14 4 15 32



4 1 1

MONDAI, AUGUST IT, HSJ
tO FAKAMA AMERICA All WBEPEITODT DAILY NEWSPAPM
PAS I SIVIN
Beverly Baker Fleitz Darlene Hard Bring Back Wightman Cup To US

Once Bubbly Willie Mays Is

Changed man In San Francisco Loses Clincher

iTo Mrs. Fleitz

Chris Truman Hicks, Henry Win Banks Claims

At Colon Arena
And Panama Gym

MONKEY ON HIS BACK

kwAx 'A

WILLIE IS. TMAT
OUT FiiOM WkJp 1
. JOE WILLIAMS

By MURRAY OLD I RM AN

SAN FRANCISCO (NEA) -The
drewine room of the Giants

under the s and?- beh'nd first
base at Seals Stadium isn't very
u.
U s a place you'd find it hard
to be alone.
But Willie Maya manages.
The bubbly kid whose high high-pUched
pUched high-pUched squeals used to entertain
the Polo Grounds Giants, as he
ducked the swish of Sal Mag Mag-lie's
lie's Mag-lie's towels, sits sullenly in a
corner here, protected by big Sam
Jones a' the next loeVer.
San Francisco writers don't
bo her him unless they're forced
to in the interests of a story. He'll
duck any question that has a sus suspicion
picion suspicion of controversy.
Willie isn't happy, and it

doesn't take long to find that out.

You walk up with outstretched
hand he says suspiciously, "I
know you?"

Of course, it was preposterous.
Hpw could we have picked up an
Asian." flu bug When we hadn't
beenany farther from home base
thanBay Head, N.J., and that on
a vacation long since squander-
Even more ridiculous was the
further-medical insistence that we
had been running a temperature.
Had the man said we'd been walk walking
ing walking one, there'd have been no pro protest;
test; protest; But running: Many a blue
moon has come and gone since
we've been that physically am ambitious.
bitious. ambitious. Neverthless, there was to be no
trip to Montreal, and so, in the
loathsome company (the senti sentiment
ment sentiment was no doubt mutual) of an
arrogant fugitive from an alien
bacterium comoound, we follow
H lie Archie Moore-YvOn Durcl-

le rematch on the flicker-box

Wednesday night.

Not until TV announcer Jack

rr re-vealed the fieht had been

on the lips of every sports fan

in the world did we realize wnai
was really wrong with ours. All
along we thought it was just
another fever blister.
In deference to Montreal's large
French-speaking population the
ring announcements were done
bilingually, and the effect on un unsophisticated
sophisticated unsophisticated ears was that the
maitre d' at the Stork doing a
commercial for ham and eggs.
Presently Jack Sharkey, who in
the Interests of complete imoar imoar-tiabiritV
tiabiritV imoar-tiabiritV had been imported from
Rottim to referee, called the pla-

diarorj io the center of the ring

nrt explained tnai, owmp io i ic
delicate international situation,
nothing less than total annihila annihilation
tion annihilation would be countenanced.
Although almost completely de denuded
nuded denuded as to hair. Sharkey was still

readily recognized as the bloke
who had managed one of the
ring's most improbable accom accomplishments;
plishments; accomplishments; he had lost the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight championship to Primo
Camera, and that took an awful
lot of doing.

And when Old Archie found

himself in close with no punching

room, or maybe designedly for a

breath-catching respite, he sub

merged in a cross work of should shoulders,
ers, shoulders, elbows and wrists, his head
disapperaing turtle-like and his
belly sucked in so that the target
area was so shrunken only a
sharp-shooter could have detect detected
ed detected an opening and Durelle is no
sharpshooter.
In fact, as that and subsequent
action proved all too paint-fully,
the 29-year-old fisherman is not
much of anything, having virtual virtually
ly virtually no defense and depending al almost
most almost wholly on wide sweeping
punches. Not one of those, as far
as we could tell, landed cleanly,
though, as our obnoxious Asian
intruder reminded us, soiiie of
his misses were alarmingly pro prodigious.
digious. prodigious. When Old Archie abandoned
his turtle charade in the third and
steadily maintained the pressure,

Durelle was helpless. He went

down forcounts of 9, ,9, 7 and tin tin-ally
ally tin-ally the full 10. The second knock

down saw him bombed clear
through the ropes onto the ring

apron. A right hand lead dropped
him for the third after a grotes

que slow-motion, backward flight
into the ropes. By then he was
throughly spent, a Cub Scout

could have put over the finisher
If the Durelles are all the Mer

ry Methuselah- has to beat, he'll

hold the hght-heavuwcight cham

pionship forever. Well, for another
50 60 years anyhow.

We've known Willie since he
was a 19-year-old kid with the
Minneapol's club, eager and
obliging. This is a new Willie.
We asked the erstwhile Say Hey
Kid why.
"It don't matter that I say,"
said Willie. "It come out like
they want. They say I got swell
head. I'm same I always was.''
But the truth is, Willie has be become
come become pretty much of a "loner."
In deference to his star status,
the Giants let him room alone on
the road. He has meals sent to
his room and is rarely seen in
the company of o'her people. He
and his wife shun the bistros of
San Francisco.
"We don't go because if I have
a couple of bad games and they
see me in night club, they start

talking. In New Vork you can get

lost. Nobody notice you. When

Srp'embpr come, I go back to

New York.

Unless, of course, the Giants
set into the World Series ant
Mays is forced to stay on.
If the Giants make it, Willie's
contribution will have been the
same brand of excitin? center
fielding and slashing hitting that
has alwavs characterized his
play. At 28, his skills are un un-dimished
dimished un-dimished and regarded by many
as the best.
The only difference is that Wil Willie's
lie's Willie's cap, which used to fly off,
stavs put now.
The disenchantment of Willie
with San Francisco, and vice
versa, stems from the fact that
the fans were exnecting a miracle-maker
when he arrived and
eif on''' Willie Mays, slumo slumo-prone
prone slumo-prone like mortal man. Willie
wants tieonle to like him. He

didn't understand, and he became
impatient.

"I don't like," he said, "man
asking me what 1 bat in 1957.

They should know all about me

before they come talk to me. I m

a profesional ballplayer. I know
everything that happen on field

from the time the game start to

thctime it end.

ly IRV DRASNIN
SEWICKLEY, Pa. (UPI) -Am

bidextrous Beverly Baker Fleitz,
29-year-old mother of two children
brought her powerful game to its

peak yesterday to bring the Wight Wight-man
man Wight-man Tennis Cup back to America
with a decisive straight set 6-4,
6-4 triumph over Britain's Christ Christine
ine Christine Truman.

Earlier, Darlene Hard had pro propelled
pelled propelled the Americans to a 3-1 ad advantage
vantage advantage in the opening singles
match when she defeated Angela

Mortimer in a hard fought three

set victory 6-3, 6-8, 6-4. Their
match was delayed more than 90

minutes by rain.
Mrs. Fleitz's victory, her sec second
ond second of the competition, gave, the
U.S. team an insurmountable 41
lead in the international competi competition
tion competition and assured the Yankees las
ses the trophy which Britain had
won last year for the first timt
in nearly three decades.
The Long Beach, Calif., house
wife sent her powerful forehand
drives, which she hits with either
hand, skimming low over the net
to the far corners of the court in
a brilliant display of sheer power.
Miss Truman, one of the world's
outstanding singles players, per performed
formed performed admirably, but she could
not cope with the American's per

sistent play.
In a first set marked by seven
consecutive service breaks, Bever Beverly
ly Beverly forced her opponent out ol po position
sition position with a deep drive o the end
line and then out away a right right-handed
handed right-handed smash to lake the set.
Mrs. Fleiti broke Christines
service again in the 10th game of
the second set to nail down the
triumph.

Colon Boxing Moguls

To Fete Carlos Elela
A! Party Tonight
By HERBERT MOISI

Rnorlsman Carlos Elela will be

feted tonight at the Arranque Ca Cafe
fe Cafe on the Trans-Isthmian highway
by the Colon Professional Boxing
Commission for his promotional
services toward the betterment of
the boxing game on the Atlantic
side.

Eleta. who is prominent In most

other local sporting activities

will receive another honor at to
niwht' function. He will be pre

contort th runneruD trophy hisj

Rainbow City Mentolados Girls
basketball team earned in the re recently
cently recently concluded Colon women s
league.
Eleta will receive the prize
from team, representatives Jeff
Joseph and Josh Evering and the
quintet's publicity man Herb
Moise. '.

Second ranked bantamweight
contender Hector Hicks, 111, la it
night gained t split decision over
Manhattan Kid, 118, In a dull ten ten-rounder
rounder ten-rounder at the Colon Arena.
The lost was the first for Man Manhattan,
hattan, Manhattan, who kept running from
hit opponent moit of the way,
but managed to drop Hicka for a
mandatory tight-count In the
ninth.
At the National Gym in Pana Panama
ma Panama Eloy Henry, 123 14, extend extended
ed extended hit unbroken trlno of wim to
seven by earning a divided ver verdict
dict verdict over Vicente Worrell, 124 34,
in ten boring rounds.
Davey Moore Early
2-1 Favorite To
Beat Bassev Again

Sanford Tried
to Bean Him

CHICAGO (UPI, Cnicago
Cubs shortstop Ernie Banks
charged Sunday that San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants pitcher Jack Sanford
deliberately hit him Saturday
with a pitched ball.
"It's one thing to brush a bat batter
ter batter back," Banks said, "but it's
another matter when you delib deliberately
erately deliberately aim a bean-ball which
could ruin a player's career or
cripple him."
Sanford denied Banks' charges.
"The throw was accidental,"
Sanford said. "1 did not deliber deliberately
ately deliberately try to hit him. I'll discuss
it with him anytime he wants."
Banks had been hit in the back
with one of Sanford s pilches in
tne first inning of Saturday's
game between the Cubs and Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. Banks remained in the game

NEW YORK (UPH Davey at the time but later was iorced
Moore, the "Springfield (Ohio) J to leave with a bruised back,
Rifle," is favored at 2-1 to keen! which required lancing.

The excitment of a new fran fran-chisr
chisr fran-chisr hasn't touched him. Willie
misses the thrills of the old New
York-Brooklyn rivalry.
"Here," he shook his head,
"Giants-Dodgers is not the same.

When we went lo Brooklyn, it was
like going to a fight. I don't

mean the olayers throw first. But

now there's none of that 'I wan

na fight' spirit ."

Among other things, the kids

in San Francisco "don't even play

stickball they don't know how.-'
It's a slrange town, all right right-to
to right-to Willie Mays.

his world featherweight crown at

Los Angeles Wednesday night in
a return fight with ex-champion
Hogan Kid Bassev, which fea features
tures features this week's boxing.
Their scheduled 15-rounder will
be televised nationallv bv ABC.
Friday Night's TV (NBC) fight

brings together light heavyweight

con'ender Sonny Rav and un

ranked Von Clay for a 10-rounder
at the Philadelphia Arena. Betting
is at "even money." Ray, 23, is

from Chicago. Von Clay, 19, is a

I'nnacieipnian.

For Wednesday's fight at the him was done purposely."

Los Angeles Olympic Auditorium, The charge was all the

Moore is favored because 1 o
wrested the 126-nound crown from
Bassey of Nigeria, last March 1R,
on a 13th round technical knock knockout.
out. knockout. Bassey's brows were so
badly gashed that his handlers
asked the referee to st the bout
Promoter Cal Eaton expects at
least 10.000 spectators aftd a gate
of $95,000. Their first fight, in

the same auditorium, drew 7,400

and $65,000. Neither principal
fought since then.

"It was painful when I threw

the ball," Banks said. He returned

to the lineup yesterday, however,

and, in his first time at bai,
smashed a two run homer, giving
him 112 runs-batted-in lor Hi
games.
"My back didn't bother me
when I got the home run," he
said. It was his 36th of the sea season.
son. season. It was after yesterday's game
that Banks levelled his charge a
gainst Sanford. He said he "feels

sure Sandford s pitch which it

A MISS. AND A SLIP Unbeaten featherweight Eloy Henry
holds onto the lower strand of the ropes after throwlnt; a punch
that missed during the ten-rounder which he took by split de decision
cision decision from Vicente Worrel last night at the National Gym in a
dull affair. The victory was Henry's seventh as a pro.
(Photo McClean.

Profitable and Charitable
MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) In
its first seven years, PGA Nation National
al National Golf Day realized about $666, $666,-000
000 $666,-000 and turned it over to chari charities
ties charities and worthwhile golf projects.

more

startling in view of the fact that
Banks, usually extremely soft
spoken, rarely discusses either
his own exploits on the field or
the faults of others.
Banks said he planned no action
against Stanford but would like to
talk with him.

"He's too good a pitcher to do

that and he can control his pitches

a lot better than that," Banks

said.

Crowded Schedule
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (UPI)
Ponn Sta'e's foolhall team will
-'av tl three major service aca

demies Navy, Army and Air

Force within a four-week period
in the fall of 1962.

SOON-BELLA VISTA

Read Our Classifieds

- Archie Does Clipping.
Before the first round was hall
over, it waa plain Old Archie was
determined not to get clipped with
a sucker right again. In the first
fight he had been clipped early
and spent most of the round going
down and getting up. Presumably
that was what nad put the re rematch
match rematch on everybody's lips.

This time it was 01dArchie who

was doing tne cupping witn tne
right, throwing it off a swift jolt jolting
ing jolting Jab that rarely missed and
had -the Canadian's head snap snapping
ping snapping back is if it were a hinged
fop piece.

wow or A BOW
NEW YORK (UPI) Casey
Stengel holds the record for most

"Ms -by a player in his first Na-
tional League game. Stengel col col-lected
lected col-lected four hits when he broke in
: with the Brooklyn Dodgers on

, Sept. 17, 1912.

PAYS TRIBUTE OF SORT.
Gasping like a winded dowager
after a rousing jitterbug session,
Old Archie, reeking of gallantry,
magnanimity and llie old ton,
paid tribute of a sort to Charley
Goldman, who once trained Mar Mar-ciano
ciano Mar-ciano and who had endeavored to
make a journeyman fighter of the
self-taught Canadian in the
months.
"Charley did all a man human humanly
ly humanly could for the style that boy's
got."
Although Old Archie had kept
himself alive as a possible future
opponent for Ingemar Johansson,
he expressed a more immediate
desire to rescue the cinema from

its lustcrless, banal stale.

Columbus Sweeps
Twinbil! From IL
leading Buffalo

NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UPI)

f j iiiiiMiMiiiniiirTriir-f-r-n"

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUHL1C OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2110. August 16, 1959
The whole ticket has 51 pieces which comprises the two aeries "A" and "B"

First Prize 7648 $52,000.00
Second Prize 2704 $ 15,600.00
Third Prize 2 516 $ 7,800.00

I t s s s s
No. Prim No. Prlui So. PrliM No. PrliM No. Prif No. Pfli" No. Prizm No. Prlin No.
048 156.0(1 104S 156.00 204S 156.00 M4S 156.00 4048 136.011 5048 156.00 a48 1S6.M 7048 156.00 8048
0148 156.00 1148 156.00 2148 156.00 3148 158.00 4148 156.00 5148 156.00 6148 156.00 7148 156.00 8148
0248 156.00 1248 156.00 2248 156.00 3248 156.00 4248 156 00 5248 156.011 6248 156.00 7248 156.00 8248
0348 156.0(1 H48 156.00 2348 156.00 3348 156.00 4348 156.00 5348 156.00 6348 156.00 7348 156.00 8348
0448 156.00 M48 156.00 2448 156.00 3448 156.00 4448 156.00 5448 156.00 S448 156.00 7448 156.00 8448
0548 156.00 1548 156.00 2548 156.00 3548 156.00 4548 156.00 5548 156.00 6548 156.00 7548 136.00 8548
0648 2.600.00 1648 2,600.00 2648 2.600.00 3648 2,600.00 4648 2,600.00 5648 2,600.00 6648 2 600.00 7648 52.000.00 8648
0748 156.00 1748 156.00 2748 156.00 3748 156.00 4748 156.00 3748 156.00 6748 156.00 7748 156.00 8748
0848 156.00 11848 156.00 2848 156.00 3848 150.00 4848 156.00 5848 150.00 6848 156.00 7848 156.00 8848
0948 156.00 1 1948 156.00 2948 156.00 3948 15.0 4948 156.00 S948 1SS.00 6948 156.00 7948 156.00 8948

I
PrliM
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
2,600.00
156.00
1 56.00
156.00

No.
9048
9148
9248
9348
9448
9548
648
9748
9848
9948

I
Prlift
156.00
156.00
156 00
156.00
156.00
156.00
2,600 00
156.00
156 00
156.00

CARLOS ELETA
At present Eleta has two of the
republic's hottest fighters in his
stable. He is the manager of
featherweight champion Jesus
Santamaria, who has lost only
ono boir in a 20-fight career and

There may be a pennant race in.,mbeaten featherweight Eloy
the international neaisue jei, ujiienrv. -vinner of seven sira'ght
the Columbus Jels can continue : battles. Both boxers fight out of
their current drive. Colon.
l'he Je.s nipped the league lead- j a pet ambition of the Panama Panama-ina
ina Panama-ina Bullaiu .j.sons .11 b-itn ends nian pnr'smn i to bring tori tori-of
of tori-of a Sunday doublcheader, 3-2 and ranked world 12fi-pound contender
6-5, io move lo v.iiinn a game-and-i Hogan (Kidi Bassev to Panama
a-half of second place and seven- jor 4 match with Santamaria.
anu-a-hall games 0. ihe lop.
A single marker in the 11th in-1 r.leta wii! :ircompanicd '0
ningiwon he nigntcap lor Colum- Colon tonight by his associate Ar Ar-bus,
bus, Ar-bus, after Ron Blackburn had set 'turn (Chino) Hassan and sports sports-down
down sports-down the herd on seven hits in j writer-sportscaster Tom my Cu Cu-the
the Cu-the opener. The Jels have won; pas.
nine of their last 11 games, in-

eluding six one-run victories

The Miami Marlins swept Mon-

"Sam Goldwyn Jr. has offered Ireal, 11-2 jnd 4-1, ai Miami on a

me a part in Huckleberry finn,
the part of Jim. You know, the
slave, the faithful friend. I
think I'd like that very well in indeed."
deed." indeed." Drees, hand mike in hand, pat
ted Old Archie admiringly on the
back, said he was quite sure he
would do a wonderful job and
then returned us to the thinking
man's filter, and if that doesn't
cause our Asian invader to
scram in terror, nothing will.

SAWATSKI DUE BACK
PHILADELPHIA (Ui'l) The
Philadelphia Phillies announced
Thursday that catcher CaU Sa Sa-watski
watski Sa-watski will be available for actim
next Monday. Sawatski h.ul been
sidelined with fluid pn tHa knee.

pair of distance pitching jobs by
ex-major leaguers Harry Byrd

and Bunky Stuart. Two four-run
innings and a 14-hit attack car carried
ried carried the Marlins to an easy
triumph in the first game.
Sharp hurling marked the play
at Havana as the second-place
Sugar Kings divided with the To To-rono
rono To-rono Maple Leafs. Al Pehanik
fashioned a brilliant two-hitter
as the l.eais won the nightcap,
4 0, after Miguel Cuellar of the
Cubans pitched a three-hit 2-1
victory in the first game.
In ihe only Sinnle game, south southpaw
paw southpaw Bill Short chalked up his
I5lh vln of the t-car'1n with a noat
four-hitter as the Richmond Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians downed the Rochester
Red Wings, 4 1.

WOMEN
Dere gurls, tonite u is s'posed
to be in diablo bowling center
were dey is going to pik teems
to sea who nox down the most
est pins dur'n the next fu months.
Tyme is 7.30. dis evenin, so at
seben clock u tell youse soose,
I'se a going out for de nite. Keep
n suspens. youse usband, or boy
frend, and dey will like u better.
'Jetty Brown, the leeg sexrala sexrala-ry
ry sexrala-ry and vi rudy are reddy to lake
care of takin youse name and
discuss udder madders, so pleeze
ne be laU.

Approximations Derived From First Prize

7MB 520.00 7 84 1 520.00 7 643 520.00 I 7645 520.00 7647 j'o.OA I 7650 5$20.0fl 7652 s'o.OO 7654 520.00 765S '52'2Si
7649 J20.00 7642 520.00 7644 520.00 I 7646 520.00 7649 520.00 I 7651 520.00 7653 520.00 7655 520 00 7657 52QOO
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
tSSSSSI
0704 260.00 1704 260.00 3704 160.00 4704 J60.00 5704 260.00 6704 260 00 7704 260 00 8704 260.00 9704 260.00
2695 130.00 2697 130.00 2690 130.00 271 1.10.00 2703 130.00 2706 130.00 2708 130.00 2710 130.00 2712 130.00
2690 130.00 2698 130.00 2700 130.00 2702 130.00 2705 1.10.00 I 2707 130.00 2709 130.00 2711 130.00 2713 130.00
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
i t t t t
0516 156.00 1516 156.00 3516 156.00 4 .VI 6 156.00 5516 156.00 6516 156.00 7516 156.00 8516 156.00 9310 156.00
2507 104 00 2500 104.00 2511 104.00 251.1 104.00 2515 104.00 2518 104.00 25J0 104.00 2522 104.00 2524 104.00
2508 104.00 2510 104.00 2512 104.00 2514 104.00 2517 104.00 2519 104.00 I 2521 104.00 2523 104.00 2525 104.00

Prlie-wlnninr Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were eold at: The 1st. Colon, 2nd. Panama and 3rd. In Colon.
The Nine Hundred whole ticket ending; In 8 and not Included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars (52.00) each.
The whole ticket has fifty two pieces which comprises the two series "A" k "B"

Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama ALBERTO .ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.

WITNESSES: Cleveland Roberts Ced. 3-3-2628
Rudolph Samuels Ced. 3-16061

JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notarv Public, Panama

PABLO A. PINEL M.
Secretarv

KJflTP- Hi' winning tlckru with the last clphor and with th two Ian
HVJ I L. ciphers apply only to the First Prli.
Th First Prl7c and the 2nd and 3rd Prl7 i drawn separately Tha ap
prnxlmatinns are calrulated on th First, Second and Third prizes In cae
a ticket should carry th numbers of each prlf. tht holder la entitled to
claim payment for each

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, August 16, 1959
Drawing; Number 811

Fraction

First Prize 48
Second Prize .
Third Prize .... 16

Ticket

$11.00 $220.00

3.00
2.00

60.0(1
40.00

TTierles""U

Ihe offices of th

TleTindhiiTnMMUnTenuTiTfThTi

e National Rrneflrlrnl Lottery situated on Central Avenue

PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2111 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, AI'GUST 23, 1959
Divided In two series of it fractions each denominated "A" and "B"

FIRST PRIZf

1 First Prl; Series A and B of
1 Second Pme Serle A and B of
1 Third Prize Series A and B nf
II Approximations. Sariat A and B. of
Prtios Sort A and B. of
SO frit? ferles A and B. of

800 PrUas Sanaa A and B. af
SECOND PHIZ"
II Approximations. Serlaa A and B. of I
Fritea. Seriaa A and B. of
THian piuzt
II Approximations Series A and B. of I
0 Prizaa. Seriaa A and B. of

I2.ihK) on each aejiee
7 nfl no each sarlea
3 ann oo each aerlas
280 00 each aerlea
1,300 00 each sarlto
71 00 each aerlea
20 00 each series

SS 00 aarh seriaa
130 00 each series

152.000 00
13,000.00
7,ioeoo
V9.S0U
23.400 W
14 04fl on
40.100 00

I J 340 00
2.340 00

52 00 each series
7 00 each seriaa

1074 Prise.

Total

I l.tTaMW
1.404 M

tl7l.5.M

Price of a whole ticket $26.00
Price of a 52nd part 0.50

PRIZES ABE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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Foster's corraaes, a a a r Santa
Clara. Reasonable ratas. Phone
Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocu nude Cettaau
Santa Clara R alt P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 877 Crittobal 3-1673.
To rid your home of German
Roaches, you mrt eventually
resort to SUPER-PESTICIDE.
Why not rioht away GEO. f.
NOVEY, INC.
FOR RENT: Modern unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, 4 bedroom house en Loma
Alcgre. large kitchen, fenced
yard and hot water. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3228.
Houses- full of German Roaches
are not fit to live in. SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE
PESTICIDE SUPER-PESTICIDE 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 size yard. Phone 2 2-3145,
3145, 2-3145, Panama.
FOR RENT: Modern residence,
completely furnished, near super
market Riba-Smith, two bedroom,
big livingroom, porch, terrace,
balcony, garden, Tel. 3-5023 or
3-4567.
Rooms
No room ic big enough for Ger German
man German Roaches AND SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. Choose your own
poison. GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Formosans Stumble
To Bury Victims Of
By CHARLES LOWE
HENGCHUNG, Formosa (UPI)
This ancient walled city on the
southern tip of Formosa, looked
like a battlefield yesterday.
Twenty times Saturday nifiht
ind early Sunday the area was
shaken by an earthquake 'hat de destroyed
stroyed destroyed or damaged about 80 per
cent of the brick and stone houses
in this eily of 50,000 persons.
On this hot Sunday afternoon
the citizens of Hengchung burled
their 14 dead. Two more persons
were killed oulsidc the city.
Mournful funeral processions
wound through the rubble of
Hengchung one of Formosa's old old-esl
esl old-esl cities.
I stood amid I he wreckage and
wa ched the casket of a lfl-ycar-old
girl as i! was carried behind
a pathetic looking funeral band
whose musicians wore filthy pants
and sweaty T-shir's salvaged
from the rubble of their homes.
Ten recently graduated high
school girls, members of tne dead
girl's class, followed the coffin,
their heads bowed in weeping.
It was a sad footnote to the dis disaster
aster disaster lhal shook li e cih. Sunday,
the earthquake's rumblings con continued
tinued continued anc Ir.c Hengchung fruit
orchard at was beset by fear.
The scene was one of desolation.
Boofs of buildings lay collapsed
and Ihe huildincs themselves look looked
ed looked as though thc had exploded.
Hengchung which means "eter "eternal
nal "eternal spring'' had considered it it-sc'f
sc'f it-sc'f lucky only a few clays ago.
whet the cit escaped record
floods that devastated areas to the
north, 'caving 2,?00 persons dead
or missing.
Rut the city was in ruins and
city oficials told me resident,
frarful of s'.ill nvre '"'''nl
quakes, are living in r :ik "shift
tents rather than attempt to find
shelter behind the dangerously
broken and enimhlinq walls of
their homes.
I n.sked two boys wandering for
lorplv in tl e ruins where they
would sleep lomght.

Houses
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Commercial Guide

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j FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740

LIFE INSURANCE"
JIM RIDGE
General Agtnfl
Gibraltar l.ile Ins Co.,
for rales and Inffirmntlon
Tel Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
:00 a.m. lo 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:M
Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
To Animals
Hn 246, Balboa. ( 7
Phonr: Curunrlu Sill
The following animals at (he (nrn (nrn-xal
xal (nrn-xal Veterinary Hospital need good
horn en:
1 Male dog, black and white, na native
tive native terrier, 'Tippy'
1 Female rat. grey
1 Male cat, grey tiger, with effllar
and bell, from Fort Amador
t Female kitten, white and grey,
a mos. old
t Male kitten, white and hlark.
mm. old
1 Female grry rat and 2 nmall
Male hlark kittens for thenr rail
Balboa 2KM
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Apartments

Aaartaaentq free of German
Roaches rent fatter and longer.
Apartment owners please nota.
GEO. F NOVEY, INC.
FOR RENT: Large independent
furnished room, semi-private
bath, neit door to Chinese Lega Legation
tion Legation in Bella Vista. Prone 3-
1081.
FOR RENT: Duplet Apartments.
First Floor: Two bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room with bathroom.
Second Floor: Three bedrooms,
dressing room, bathroom, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, large porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room with bathrooms,
garage.
Avenida Nicanor A. de Obarrio
No. 9. Call telephone 3-7462.
FOR RENT: Large modern two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment. Potomac
Building, Cangrejo. Information
Calle 32. 4-34.
FOR RENT: In La Cresta, mod modern
ern modern two bedroom apartment, liv livingroom,
ingroom, livingroom, diningroom, hot water,
maid's room, kitchen, laundress.
Apply La Cresta, No. 12, 48th.
Street. Tel. 3-7206.
.iSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
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,
INC.
Through Rubble
Violent Quake
"In the street," one replied.
I flew the 200 miles from Tapiei
to the disaster site with U.S. Navy
Lt. Arthur M. Anderson a doctor,
and three Navy nurses and four
hospital corpsmen. The American
medical team went right to work
aiding local doctors in administer administering
ing administering first aid to the injured.
A few miles outside the citv I
i saw where the earth had broken
open in a crack six inches wide.
Th nearby villages of Manchow
and Kankow lookd as though a
wrecking crew with crane and
swinging steel hall had passed
through.
Mrs. Mary Blackburn
Funeral Services
Set For Wednesday
Funeral services for Mrs Marv
Blackburn, who died Salurdav af afternoon
ternoon afternoon al Comas Hosi'lal follow following
ing following a kmctl'v illness, will be held
WWincsdav 130 p.m at the Coro Coro-7.
7. Coro-7. a Chanel,
Mrs. Blackburn, who resided at
No. 29 (Magnolia Rui'dingi Ma Mariano
riano Mariano Aroscmem in Panama City,
was a native of Grenada but has
bren a resident of Ihe Isthmus
for the last 51 vears. She was 70
years old.
She was a memher of Ihe St.
Vincent de Paul's Church and the
Ladies Auxiliary No. "0!) Rene Rene-vpieni
vpieni Rene-vpieni Crenadian Society.
Mrs. Rlaekhurn is survived tw
eieh children aiv' many crand crand-,.'
,.' crand-,.' .i,i,t., mp1 t(,nt arc Andrew.
r.irj,.i i.-;,, ,., ,nr niivid on -he
' 'Hi mo'; ."id Fiic and Patrick 'il
the 1' S Daughters F.melda aod
Ri'a. Three sisters. Mrs. Nell,'
"older Mrs Cerirude Welch an
Mrs Beatrice lohns. Mrs. Johns
resides in Ihe Stales. Daughter; Daughter;-'0
'0 Daughter;-'0 law Mrs Rlanchn Rlaekhurn of
Rainbow Citv and Mrs. M u r i'-1
Rlaekhurn of the U.S.
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VILLAGE SHORT-CI RCUITf D
(OU MBUS, Ohio (UTI) A
court ruled lurlsy that one
electric current may not he forced
to i hri k up on the activities of
another electric current The vil
lace nl Minerva lost its fight to
force the Ohio Edison Co to sup supply
ply supply power for one clock in the
Minerva Municipal Lichl and
Power Co. plant. The village said
il wanted the outside power
fluctuation.

Automobiles

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: 1959 Chevrolet
Corvette, red, all accessories, two
tops, price $5000.00. Call Army
87-6198
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
miles, radio, 1500 dollar or best
offer, call Panama 4-0412
FOR SALE: 19J6 Ford, two
door sedan, fordomatic, black and
white, 8 cyl. Thunderbird engine
radio, heater, white walls, duty
paid, low priced for quick sale.
Panama 2 0754, 3-0813 after
5:30 p m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford, 4 doors
Fairlane 500, low milage, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, not duty paid,
best and prettiest model. Calle
100 Este No 4, San Francisco,
familia Higuero.
FOR SALE: 1958 GMC stake
body truck Ton and one half.
Only 12.000 miles of use. Call
Guy 3-7217.
FOR SALE: Mercury truck 3
tons, van type, magni'icent con condition,
dition, condition, suitable for transporting
ice, meat, groceries, can also be
used at a mobile worksfiop for
engineers and constructors. Call
Guy 3-7217.
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.
Magnificent for haulinq 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.
FOR SALE: 1952 De Soto V-8.
semi-automatic transmission, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, low milage, good
tires, extra clean, price for
quick sale $750. Phone 6-256
anytime Saturday or Sunday, af after
ter after 3:30 P.M. on work days.
189 A Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 39 olds work
truck, 3 Speed Hi-Fi Phono Phonograph
graph Phonograph used. Refrigerator with
new unit $75 00 each after 5
P.M. Call 2-4241 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury,
good transportation, good tires,
see at Balboa 762-B, dial Bal.
boa 4140.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiae, four
door, automatic, new tire, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer.
0853, Apt. 19. Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1 953 Pontiae hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, radio, hydramatie. Olivetti
portahle typewriter. Spanish key keyboard
board keyboard Wall tape gas water
heater. Phone 3-7572.
Car Rentals
Re a two-car family anytime!
Rent a new Hertxcar from Fiesta
Car Rentals Moderate rates
Include all expenses and insur insurance
ance insurance Tel 3-4568 Lobby El
Panama Hilton.
13-Year-0ld Boy
Hoosier To Win
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) Barney
Townsend, 1.1, Anderson, Ind.,
won the 22nd All American .Soap
Box Derby here yesterday.
Townsend, whose brother, Terry
lfi, won the race in 1957, streaked
down the 975 foot course al Derby
Downs in 27.8 seconds. He won a
$5,000 collepe scholarship a sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing trip In New York, the offi official
cial official world championship trophy
and a trip to the Rose Bowl game
at Pasad'na Calif New Year's
1960.
A crowd of more than 75,000
spectators, including Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M Nixon, was on
hand to watch Townsend capture
top honors. Nixon left shortly aft after
er after he flapged home the winner of
the first heal.
Townsend. third memher of his
family to win the Anderson cham championship,
pionship, championship, was sponsored In the
race hy Ihe Anderson Herald. He
survived stiff competition as the
field was cut from 170 to 57 en entrants,
trants, entrants, then to 19 and then to
only nine. He won hi- semifinal
heat to move into the title rare.
Ace Fogarty, 15. Sarasota, Fla..
won second place and a $4,000
scholarship. John Hesskamp. 14,
St Charles, Mo., won a tiooo
scholarship by placinc third
Bobby Weaver 12, Flkhart, Ind.
captured fourth place in a photo
finish with Mike Coslclio 15, Pas Pasadena,
adena, Pasadena, Calif Weaver received a
$2,000 scholarship while Costello
was awarded a $1,000 scholarship.
Clarence Barker r., 15, Akron,

Home Articles

FOR SALE: New. 40 inch. Hot
Point electric range, $240 00.
Call 3-0822.
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 lika their
company, what better article
could you have around your horn
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: A bamboo living
room "Rattan" at a cheap price.
Call 3-6627.
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Like new. At bargain prices.
Phone 3-1 853.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, bar,
dining room, set, Lattice for
Duplex. 1510-A Calabash St.
Gavilan Area, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Freeier Frigidaire,
13 ft., porcelain. Leaving lsth
nut. Phone 3-1534 Panama.
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washing machine, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $75, house 2250, Carr St.
Balboa, phone Balboa 4449.
FOR SALE: Lullaby baby fur fur-niture,
niture, fur-niture, crib and posturepedic mat mattress
tress mattress w matching wardrobe, lika
new, Call Balboa 3714.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to August 31. Classes
Begin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIAT10N, Peru
Avenue Mo. 66 (near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatrt). Tel. 3-7963, 3 3-3018.
3018. 3-3018. Teachers of modern piano play playing
ing playing will com to your horn.
Bennett, Tel. 3-3653.
WANTED
WANTED: Secretary bilingual
Spanish-English for modern em em-man
man em-man office. Phone 3-1060.
Customers who want to get ridf
of German Roaches. Others need
not read this ad. GEO. f. NOVEY,
INC..
Business
If you don't mind living with
German Roaches, that's your
business. But, if you just can't
stand the little bitchot, t misspel misspelled
led misspelled Spanish) that's SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE'S
PESTICIDE'S SUPER-PESTICIDE'S business. GEO. F.
NOVEY, INC.
LITTLE L.IX
Why do they coli creeping
inflation when you can't even
keep one jump oheod of it?
Becomes Sixth
Soap Box Derby
Ohio; Duane Lyons. 14, Magnolia,
Ark.; Chris Hallatt, San Fran
cisco, ajid Richard Garza, San
Antonio, Tex., completed the field
of finalists.
Entries for the race came from
39 stales and four foreign coun
tries. Prior to the kickoff of the
races, television performer Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Dean beat out Art Carney
and motion picture star Wendell
Corey in an oil can trophy race.
When Townsend's red, white and
blue racer flashed over the finish
line, it made the sixth time that
an Indiana enlranl has won the
Soap Box Derby. After Town Townsend's
send's Townsend's brother won in 1957, Jim
Milcy, Munci, Ind. came back the
following year lo win. Between
Anderson and Muncie there arc
six winners, three each for each
town.
The race was marred by only
one incident. In the opening heal,
a racer driven by Daniel Doupe,
Rochester, N. Y. veered from the
third lane and crashed into a rac racer
er racer driven by Brian Hancock, Mis
sion, City, British Columbia.
Neither boy was injured.
JUST NEVER LEARN
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Frank
Didonato, 43, and Christopher
Thompson. 22, were arrested
today nn c h a r g e s of opori'
ins a lollcry, and released in
bail. One and one half hours la'
cr they were arrested again, d
ing the same illegal business, sai
police, at the same old stand.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Ased natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by th
truclorf. Call 2-2641.
Miscellaneous other bugs alt die
along with German Roaches,
when you apply SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. GEO F. NOVEY,
INC.
FOR SALE: Plants (begonias),
must tell this weak. Fifth Street,
Vrstcrmota, No. I (Bba) Apt.
5.
FOR SALE: 18 x8' boat inboard
motor. 1951 Packard sedan
automatie transmission and radio.
1931 Ford. Console radio and
record player combination.
Breakfast tat; table and three
chain, metal, mahogany book bookcase
case bookcase with glatt door. Vaccum
cleaner. Bulbing 801 1 Margarita,
Cristobal 3-1986.
FOR SALE: Lawn mower; com combination
bination combination c a b i n a t workbench;
bamboo bar; other items. 2308-B
Las Cruces, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Girl't bycicl 22x
28. $15.00; two garden chairs,
$10 00; mahogany dask 32x54,
seven drawers $20.00; floures floures-cent
cent floures-cent lamp for desk $6.50; special
mahogany chair for telephone,
with 3 stoolt B.90.00 Phone
4-0294 after 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hudson cou coupe
pe coupe with runabout 14 ft. boat
trailer, Johnson 18 h p. motor
gat tank $750.00. 5 piece, 6
strand bamboo living room suite,
like new, 1 1 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining room set. 1-9x19
olive green Chinese rug from
Tropicana. 6 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany bedroom set Balboa 2676).
Like new.
Employment
Opportunities
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.
Boats & Motors
45 foot double planked ex-Navy
boat hull for sal. Asking price
$1000 or make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 2553:
FOR SALE: 28 ft sloop, Aux.
Engin. May be teen Balboa
Yacht Club Railway, Saturday and
Sunday, phone Balboa J 589.
FOR SALE: 15 ft. wood boat with
10 H.P. Johnson motor Good
condition, C. L. Pierce. Tel.
6-429.185 Apt. 1 Gamboa C.Z.
Special Offers
WANTED: Bilingual graduate
from Paraiso High School, for of office
fice office work. Apply Thursday 8:30
a.m. with report cards which
must show good qualifications.
Casa Admirable, next to Lottery
Building.
Heavily Armed
Killer, Jail Male
Roam Countryside
ROCK RAPIDS. Iowa (UPI)
An accused murderer and his
teen-age jail mate, vowing they
would not be taken alive, roamed
heavily-armed through the Iowa
countryside yesterday.
Police threw all available men
into the search for Jack Hoskins
31. and Larry Logan, 18, who,
along with Stanley Kix, 18, broke
out of the local jail Saturday night
by striking the sheriff on th?
head and stealing his police car.
Hoskins then led the trio to a
nearby airstrip in an attempt to
. i v ', .. i

he wanted no par of this be could very wel 1 be f or him
cause he wasn't sure Hoskins bcacause f hte.Hha.r nr fiS!
could fly. Kix walked away and Lma n w nil Z llfn?h?ofZ
a few hours later was Dick?d ud ,he standpnnt of filling the office
fn t noX Lw P P'"f President." Lawrence said,
in a nearby cornfield. Tn predictinij tnat any ot t h e
uTk. iij r n..A it I'lead'it: poten' al Democratic can-

wanw'to? sid "burH s
,;. .i ..
""'."I': "T,r ,un

Hoskins is awaiting trial for the;' V. q)

murder ol his wile, Carol, 22, who
was aiiui iu ut'din in me pasiur s
study of the Rock Rapids Congre Congregational
gational Congregational Church only a few mo moments
ments moments after their son, Paul, .hen
two months old, had
been bap-
tized.
..u u
Police
inaiKCi nosKins snoi:
U u I J UJ
..C...UM- ,c llrMU n a
iaKi-n me .nmai sicps .owarc 01-
v.,..c M.um.i.uK.,.
Lopan was in iail nn char. nf
breaking and entering.
Hoskins at one time was com
milled 0 the 'nsane ward of
Iowa's Anamosa reformatory aft after
er after being picked up for Carol's
killing at Laredo, Tex. Later,
however, it was ruled Hoskins
was sane enough to stand trial.
REDS DISCOVER NUCLEUS
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
overnment newspaper Izvestia
aid today that astronomers
at the giant Pulkovo Radio-Tele-icope
Station near Leningrad had
'iscovered a dense nucleus of hot
mified gases in the center of the
arth's galaxy.

Real Estate

FOR SALt: Lars 500 audi 1.000
fait, ia ha Nita-ra Hipadroaaa
UrtaalsatMr Krm th Ramaa
Jtacatrack. All lata with at rat
fronts, Mwaaja, water main and
alattricity. Cal W. McBartMtt.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Btautiful
rasidanct, 4 bad room, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, library, ratraa ratraa-tion
tion ratraa-tion room, largo kitchen, pantry,
maid'i room with aarvica, hot
wattr, torraca, fardan, garagt,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phono 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Idtal lot of land at
La Croat a Heights, Manual J.
Hurtado street. 1066 oquara
mctars. Moderate price. For in information
formation information phone 3-4868, Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. SERVICES
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
fives you faster, mora econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phono
2-1905 Crawford Agencies. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li 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 these ads for SUPER SUPER-PESTICIDE.
PESTICIDE. SUPER-PESTICIDE. We win give one
gallon of SUPER-PESTICIDE
free to anyone submitting mate material
rial material which we use under any
tingle classified heading in the
Spanish edition of any news,
paper. Price of one gallon, $3.55.
Address your brainstorm te:
OPERATION SCREWBALL,
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC., Apdo.
923, Panama, R.P.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment ea
emergency oi monthly- budget
basit. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Coloa 1777,
Miscellaneous
Are you Interested in telling a
metal deekf Wyeu are call 6 6-467
467 6-467 after 6 p.m.
Salon Bahie offer t ehowa
nightly: 9:30, 11:30 and 1:30.
Continuout music until 5:00 a.
m. Deliciout maalt and fin liq liq-ourt.
ourt. liq-ourt. SPETON SPETON SPETON
protection and control. Ask your
reliable drug store.

Pennsy Governor Regards
Stevenson As 'Ablest Man'

WASHINGTON (UPI) Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Gov. David Lawrence, a
Democratic Party power for
years, said yesterday Adlai E. Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson was "the ablest man we
have in either party" for the pres-
idency- j u.
But Lawrence, who will lead tne
key Pennsylvania delegation to
the Democratic national conven convention,
tion, convention, did not endorse Stevenson
for the 190 Democratic nomina nomination.
tion. nomination. He firmly refused to state
his choice.
In addition, he hedged his
praise of Stevenson by noting "a
fear among the political leaders"
that the 1952 and 1956 standard standard-bearer
bearer standard-bearer was a perennial "losing
horse." .
But Lawrence told a television
nanel (NBC Meet The Press)
that despite Stevenson's "greatest
obstacle" his two losses "by
" n,e 5, s" 1 "J
wav out of the running.
jate would beat either Vice
Prii -'en! Richard M. Nixon or
"lNew York Gov. Nelson A. ftocke
iflll'I t" rni ijciwiciiv-t nniu v
evenson "would have
,' ,
re- iinvnonv cipe oiner man t,i
senhower" in either 1952 or 1956.
He indicated he would e x p e t
Stevenson to run asain if the con-
( n ,innA u;
j Lawrene, said he expected the
Rem;b!ic-ns o nominate Nixon
for president
... u;i, .k..,i.. :i .11
I I'i'iiH lUC.T VC IM'L dll ?C
hjm ri ht now .Nr,hody has ever
bi?crr hl)jdun .han he j.
getting." Lawrence said.
I The veteran Democratic poliJ
r':: h ""H N:xon would
,ne nimination "because I
thinV we can be?? him easier than
some of the others."
nocVr"rr. N ic "would be
a popular candidate. .He has a
lot of vo'e-sje't'n" qualities that I
would be a little bit concerned
ahont."
Lawrence, a Catholic, said he
did rot ihiiV the Catholicism of
Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.)
ihe a nVe"H.'l csiHMV? for the
Democratic nomination, would
hurt him pol'ticslly in Pennsylva
nia.
But Lawrence aid he felt the
religion issue hurt him somewhat
In some of the rural areas last
ysar, when h won Pennsylvania's

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INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By SAM SHULSKY
King Featurei Syndicate,
235 f 45 St., New York
Q. We are about 40, with two
children, and have just begun to
invest, buying 20 A.T. and T. We
can save $75 a month. We would
like to buy some property and
build a retirement home, using it
as a summer place for the pre present.
sent. present. We thought it would be a
good idea to pay for this home
with the income from stocks.
What do you think of the plan?
A. At your age, it would seem
to me that you would want to con consider
sider consider any additional property as a
summer place with retirement
quarters secondary,
I'm afraid, however, that your
plan is pretty ambitious. If you
put $900 a year into securities,
your income would be about $40
to $45 for the year. And if you
buy good, long-term securities
(as you have for a starter) then
there is not much likelihood you
will take many capital gains until
you are ready to readjust your
portfolio at retirement. (A.T. and
T., in fact, you would probably
continue to hold right through re retirement.
tirement. retirement. )
It's difficult to see, then, how
you plan to stretch $75 a month
to cover both securities invest investment
ment investment and retirement home buy buying.
ing. buying. With two children, I can see the
attraction of the summer place.
But after you've obtained that I
would keep all your retirement
funds and dividends invested in
securities and crowing rather
than keep on paying it out now
for a retirement home you win
use a quarter century from now.
Put into real estate for future use,
the funds will cost you money money-additional
additional money-additional maintenance, taxes,
etc. Put into securities it will be
growing and earning money for
you.
Q. What stocks can I buy at
$5 a share? How many shares do
I have to buy at one time?
A. I don't know of any stocks
selling at $5 that I would recom recommend.
mend. recommend. And I'm not going to
look, either.
You don't by stocks at $5 a
share or $10 or any otherprice. If
tSOO in invest. VOU look
y v
i gtowth stock, or aa income
stocks, W a high satety, siock ana
then you buy it, acquiring as ma ma-nv
nv ma-nv oVtarAa ac vrtiir jsoo will cover.
You can buy any number of
shares you want, irom one xo a
million. In fact, wnen you sigu
i,n under the Stock Exchange's
monthly investment plan, you
may acquire only a fraction of a
share a month and that's O.K.,
too.
onvernnrshio bv ftnlv 75.000" votes
He said "bigotry ..began to
click in the last days ot tne staie
campaign.
Lawrence said other Citholic
candidates notably Gov. Mich
ael DiSalle in Ohio and Gov. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Brown in California piob-
blv had less trouble with ths is
sue because there were hot dis
putes over right-to-work laws in
those states.
Weather Bureau
Spots Suspicious
Blow In Caribbean
MIAMI, Aug. 17 (UPI) The
weather bureau said today a sus
picious weather diuturbance has
been located in the Atlantic about
800 miles southeast of Puerto Ri
co.
A hurricane hunter plane was
scheduled to fly into the area
later today.
"Indications are that there Is
an easterly wave associated with
an upper level trough estimated
tn he 100 to 150 miles to the east
of the Windward islands," the
weather bureau said in a special
bulletin.
An easterly wave Is sometimes
the forerunner of a hurricane.
"The wave aoDears to be inten
sifying slightly and moving west westward
ward westward about five to eight miles per
hour." the report ade'ed.
Forecasters said ni strong
wnds had been reported in the
area but that there was wides widespread
pread widespread rainfall. The lowest pres
sure reported was 129.83 Inches
at Barbados.
The weather bureau called on
all shins in the area to give re
ports on ihe squally area.
"The suspected ares is rjemg
closely watched for any further
developments, forecasters saia.
KNOCKOUT BULLETS
WARSAW fUPI Polish police
warned vesterdav they would
fight against "hooliganism." The
bullets make those hit un
conscious for two hours without
permanent Injury, police said.

Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

NEW YORK. Auff. 17 nipn
Slocks ODened generally firm in-
day in quiet trading.
ACf' lnl 56b
Advocate Asbestos 285b
Alleghany Corp wfo
Aluminium Ltd 34
Amer Cyanamid 60V
Amer Motors 43
Amer Tel and Tel 80H
Anaconda Copper 68
Arkansas Fuel tlHb
AVCO Mfg 14
Beth Steel 55V
Bettinger Corp 14Mb
Bicroft Uranium 65b
Blauknox 52b
British Pet I 3-16
Burroughs 32 V4
Canadian Eagla llb
Celanese 31
Cerro de Pasco 40V
Chicago Great West 43b
Chrysler 65
Cities Servics S5V
Coastal Caribe 1Vj
Colgate Palmolivi -' 40V 1
Colorado Fuel 30Va
Creole Pet 51b
Crown Cork and Seal 37
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 1
Du Pont 270V4
El Paso Natural Gas 32 1
Fairchild Engine 8
Fargo Oil 5 3-16
Gulf Oil 113Vib
Harsco Steel 41Vb
Howe Sound 21aib
Imperial Oil 41
Intl Pet 884b
Lockheed 28
Magellan Pet IHb
Montrose Chem 135a
New Eng. Tel and Tel 102
Northrop Air 30T4
Olin Mathieson 52
Pancoastal SVS
Phillips Pe. 477
Pure Oil 42V
RCA 63
Reynolds Metal 98Vi
Royal Dutch Shell 45
San Jacinto 9b
Servo Corp 26
Shell Transp 21V
Signal Oil and Gas 34V
Sinclair Oil 591,4
Soeony Mobile 46
Sperry Rand 24
Standard Oil NT 52V4
Studebaker-Packard uu
Superior Oil 1905
Texas Gulf Prodi 84V4
Textron 27
UBdefwooff. 15S4V
United Cans Of! 1
US, Rubber 63
US Steel tooT4
Westinghouss Elea ib
Wheeling Steel 61b
Red-Hot Cavaliers
Trounce Ft. Amador
105-47 Al Clayton
An amazing1 49 points dropped
through the hoop by top PAF scor scorer,
er, scorer, Skip Kroeger, paced his red red-hot
hot red-hot Clayton Cavalier teammates t
a staggering 105-47 win over Fort
Amador Friday night, ths Clay-
ion uymnasium.
- Kroeger's points, collected on 23
field goals and three rharifv mark
ers, boost his league-leading sea-

son xotai 10 432. The win enables
the Cavaliers to add a half -game
to their increasing lead in the PAF
race. Fort Kobbe and Albrook Air
Force Base are tied for second.
The Army Atlantic Faltjpns, cur currently
rently currently in the league cellar, edged
the Navy All-Stars 59-57 in another 4,
PAF cage tilt last night.
In the Clayton-Amador game,
Dick Kyllo handled the tall man
duties for the Cavaliers, splitting
the cords for 25 points, 12 of them
in the first quarter. Frank Zaniker
of the Amador Troopers was third
high scorer with 13.
The Clayton cagers pushed It all
the way, netting 28 pointers in the
first quarter to oppose Amador's
seven. The half-time score stood at ,,
52-15. By the end of the third pe period,
riod, period, the Troopers trailed by 6
points, the score 87-27. However,
Amador was able to cut two point!

from the lead before the final gua
made it 105-47.
On the Army Atlantic, falcotj
court, Friday night, it was a story
of rugged defensive playing that
spelled victory for the home team.
The underdog Falcons wove th
defense efficiently, and kept tha
All-Stars from their usual fierce
shooting attack. Ball-stealing by
George Ball and other Falcons'
supported the defense nicely.
Mancel Boyd for Army Atlannt
was top scorer with 21. George N
land collected 18 at the Falcoe
center spot, and second high was
Bernie Devers of the Navy squal
with 19. Melvin Wilt made IT
points.
The Falcons picked up 17 points
at the free-throw stripe. They wer.

given 24 attempts from 17 foul
charged to the All-Stars. Navy

made seven from 17 at the charitf
marker.
...AND A SMELLY JOB
MIAMI (UPI) As they saf
on television, it's a tough Job,
and sometimes a dirty job, but a
necessary job, being a Unite
States marshal. Deputy Marshal
Guy Hixon was ordered by
court today to destroy 19,901
pounds of rotten eggs, seized for
violation of interstate eommtre

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v York City. Archie is relaxing after his successful title de-
se against Canada's Yvon, Dureile.

lixon-Headed Committee Reports
'rices To Remain Fairly Stable

VASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UPI)
v cabinet-level committee head head-by
by head-by Vice President Richard M.
on was reported toilay to be
sonably optimistic that prices
remain steady in the months
ad.
his was stated by one of the
imittee members as the group
ed,a new renort 'hat played
n President Eisenhower's an an-f'ntinti
f'ntinti an-f'ntinti Hr'W' m fivor nr i call
"liter national spending.
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While shiRing away from the
heavy emphasis it placed on halt halting
ing halting infla inn !! a previous report,
the committee still listed "reason "reasonable
able "reasonable stab lity of thp dept. level"
as one of the nation's three main
economic goals.
However, this was listed as the
thin, goal, behind "economic
growth... a large and expanding
0 : pi" oi goot's and services" and
"maximum employment opportun opportunities.''
ities.'' opportunities.'' The cost of living jumped four four-tenllis
tenllis four-tenllis in one per cent m June,
the last month reported, to a re record
cord record high of 124.5 per cent of the
lr'17-4il nase period. This was the
sharpest r i s e in a relatively
stable 15 month nennd. Tlv
of living at the beginning of July
was six-tenths of one H'cient high higher
er higher than one year earlier.
The office nf 'ha commissioner
of Labor Statistics, has said that
the cost of liv nu main remain
fairly stable for the rest of this
year. II said lowaer food prices
may offssc increases in the costs
of other items.
Then cabinet committee's re-

SURF FROLIC American actor Steve Reeve bulges all over
the pkice as he hoists German actress Christine Kaufmann in
the sui t at Ostia, Italy. Reeves, whose muscles won him the
titles of "Mr. America," "Mr. World" and "Mr. Universe" in

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NAACP Promises It Will Fight Any Attempts
To Segregate Negroes In Integrated Schools
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 17 (UPI) The National Association for the Advance,
ment of Colored People promised today to fight any attempt to segregate Negro students
in integrated schools.
Wiley Branton, Arkansas attorney for the NAACP, said rf the Little Rock School
Board tries to conduct segregated classes under provisions of a 1958 state law, he would
take it into court.
John A. McLeod Jr., a white attorney, announced he has Invoked the law to keep
his 15.year.old daughter, Ann Lane, from studying in the same classes with Negroes.
The girl attends Hall High School, where three Negro girls are assigned.
The law simply provides that no student will be forced to attend classes vtth mem.
bers of another race.

"It's no different from a ruling
by the U.S. Supreme Court in
th rase of McLaufir vs. the Ok
lahoma Board of Regents," Bran-
inn said The cour! ruled wai a
Negro once admitted to an inte integrated
grated integrated school could not be segre-j
gated within the school."
School Board President Everett
Tucker Jr. said the boara wouia
abiite" by the 1958 law as long
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it is not deciarea mvauu.
He made the statement en a iei-;
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evisvon program ura
Nation shortly alter tne inaai-
nnnnnnred olans to fight any at
tempt to follow thP state law.
Tucker said he did not antici antici-n.t.
n.t. antici-n.t. that anv legal testing of
the law could cause problems in
tne oay-vo-aay operations ot the
integrated schools in the mean meantime.
time. meantime. Asked what would happen if
parents oi all tne whue cmldren
at the integrated sehools sought
action tor uieir chnu unuer me
same law. Tucker said he pre-
iiiim-d i ne scnoois would have to
have separate classrooms for the
-Negio youngsters.
Branton said McLaurin was ad ad-miiieu
miiieu ad-miiieu to me University of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma to study for a doctorate,
i hut was reauireo. to sit in a seg-
! grated section of a cafeteria and
.he library, ana in one instance
in an alcove off of a classroom.
"The Supreme Court ruled that
it is the individual's right not to
stand in line with & Negro or
study next to him if he so wants,
but for the state to impose a re restriction
striction restriction is unconstitutional,"
Bra" n said.
He said there could be n
court suit involved as long as
Dort. entitled "What Do We Real
iv Warn irom Our Rconemy." did-
not even use tha word inflation.
A committee member explained
that inflation was a vague terra
that is misunderstood by many
people who mistakenly associate
t with an unbalanced federal
budget.
Kisenhowfcr has warned repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly that a large federal deficit
would be inflationary. He has
seemed to place more emphasis
on the dangers of inflation than
on the need for stepped-up econo econo-mi"
mi" econo-mi" growth.
The new report said, that the
nation's production must increise
rapidly so the country can kem
up with demands of its mush mushrooming
rooming mushrooming population.
It said largp and expanding out output
put output of goods and services makes
possible "A hish and rising stand standard
ard standard of living; national security
anH adenuate roads, schools and
other public facilities; expanding
inh onnortun'tirs for ourselves
and our children and an increas increasing
ing increasing range of choices of cultural,
educational, recreational, religious
and social activities."
'
ihraq (0 0Ml IKO jeY tee ttUo

a Nagro was not dartied the
right to study in a particular
class because of race, or as
long as the school board did not
try to set up segregated class-

Integration, at Central and Hall
high schoels opened teday for
the seeond week. Negro students
are attending classes with whi'e
stuoents, and using the same ta-
cinnes m tne school. They report
uiey are "merely Deing ignored
There
incident
( DOUBLE LrFE Perched on a
1 lifeboat on the beach at At At-j
j At-j lantic City, N.J., is none other
j than Mary Joy of Philadelphia.
I Mary's a secretary by day sad
i a .band vocalist by night.
Lights For Malek
Airport: $5000
The possibility w.as advanced to today
day today that the government would
appropriate the sum of $5000 need needed
ed needed to equip the Enrique Malek Air Airport
port Airport at David with special lights
for night landings.
The estimate was reached fol following
lowing following a visit by a committee com commissioned
missioned commissioned by the Panama Civil
Aeronautics Department to study
the possibilities of making the Ma Malek
lek Malek airport available for round-the-clock
landings.
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since Little Rock police broke up
a demons'ration Wednesday .t
Central with fire hoses and billy
clubs.
Both sides of the integration

controversv. however, warn of
more trouble to come. McLeod
thinks his plan will avoid trouble
in the future.
He said even though Central
and Hall have been Integrated
uner federal court orders "the
individual freedom of each stu student
dent student to study in classes attend attended
ed attended only by members of his or
her own race has not been im impaired."
paired." impaired." The law McLeod is banking on
is one passed rnong a Package of
segregation bills in 1958. He said
thP reason he is announcing his
use of it is so other parents will
be aware of it and take advantage
of it If they wish.
J. H Cottroll a member of
the Little Rock School Board,
sa'd he had discussed the law
with other members of the board.
"' feel it is the duty of the
Little Rock School Board to fol follow
low follow all statutes pertaining to our
schools," Cottrell said.
First Com mere
Under 3-Way
CALVERTON, N. Y. (UPI)- A
three way investigation was
working today to seek the cause
for the nation's first commercial
Jet airplane crash, which killed
five American Airlines crewmen
Saturday.
The Civil Aeronautics Boaid,
joined by the Federal Aviation
Agency and American Airlines,
went to work sifting the remains
of the shaftered Boeing 707 jetlin jetliner
er jetliner in the potato fieW where it
crashed during a landing attempt.
The huge swept-wing, four en engine
gine engine craft nosedived into the field
and exploded on Long Island
shorty before 5 p.m. Saturday,
about 70 miles east of New York
City.
The plane was on a training
flight in and out of Peconic Air Airport,
port, Airport, operated by the Grumman
Aircraft Co.
An American Airlines official
said the plane was making its
second landing with the crew of
three trainees and two instructors
when it crashed. The first one
was made with the flaps up, simu simulating
lating simulating an emergency in which the
plane had to land at high speed,
"It is possible they were try
ing some other emergency when
they crashed," an airline spokes
man said, but we do not know.
He said that witnesses had re
ported the plane's landing gear
and flaps were down in normal
position, however.
David Thompson, CAB chief of
safety investigation for the New
York region, headed the team of
investigators who swarmed over
the area to try to find every shat
tered scrap f the airplane. The
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Food Left Standing In Sun
Sends Some 800 To Hospital

ELKHART, Ind. (UPI) A truck
with food for 3,000, left standing
in Aucust sun from dawn to noon,
was suggested yesterday to have
caused acute food poisoning
which broke up Miles Laborato
ries' company pienic and sent at
least 800 persons to hospitals.
Indiana Health Commissioner
Dr. Andrew Offutt said he felt
sure lack of refrigeration trig triggered
gered triggered staphloccocci bacteria, a
common cause of food poisoning,
but it would take until Tuesday
before an official analysis could
be completed.
None of the stricken, however,
appeared in critical condition.
James de Boni, who provided
most of the catered food, said it
was picked up from his Elkhart
headquarters by members of the
Miles picnic committee, who took
it, in non-refrigerated company
trucks, to the private preserve
Miles had rented at Angola, Ind.
"When we ship ourselves we al always
ways always use refrigerated trucks," De
Boni said. "This is a tragic situa
tion but I do not feel we are re
sponsible."
Miles officials meanwhile called
ial Jet Crash
Investigation
explosion ripped the plane into
numerous pieces, leaving only the
tail assembly intact.
"At the moment, we couldn't
even venture a guess as to the
cause of this accident," Thomp
son said. "As far as I know, there
were normal communications be between
tween between 'the aircraft and the Peco
nic Airport control tewer before
the crash.
"There was nothing in these
communications to indicate any anything
thing anything abnormal prior to the acci accident.
dent. accident. The plane is pretty well de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. There are no large pieces
that remained undamaged. We
are going to try to find out what
happened."
State Of New York
Revokes Rosensohn's
Promoter's License
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UPI)
Bill Kosensohn s license as
promoter and matchmaker were
suspended today by the New
York State Athletic Commission
because of the published state
ments he made concerning ir
regularities in the promotion
of the June Ingemar Johans
son-Floyd Patterson fight.
Gen. Melvin Krulevitch, chair
man of the Commission, issued
the following statement:
"In view of the published
statement made by William P.
Rosensohn, the Commission has
suspended the promoters li license
cense license of Rosensohn Enterprises
Inc., and the matchmaker's li license
cense license of William P. Rosensohn
"Any action on the revoca
tion of these licenses will await
completion of the investigations
now being conducted.
The published statement re referred
ferred referred to Rosensohn's signed
article in Sports Illustrated
Magazine two weeks ago Jn
which he said he was forced to
relinquish control of the pro
motion enterprise beardding his
name in order to save the
Johansson-Patterson match.
Rosensohn said he was forced
by Vicent J. Velella, a New
York attorney, and Cus D' D'-Amato,
Amato, D'-Amato, Patterson's manager, to
yield two-thirds of the stock in
Rosensohn Enterprises, Inc.
Velella now is president of
Rosensoh n Enterprises.
'Mistaken Proposal'
Label Put On Bill
Proposed By Ike
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UPI)
Sen. Paul H. Douglas r 0-111. )
says President Eisenhower's re request
quest request for a boost in government
interest rates' is a "mistaken
proposal" which could cost Amer Americans
icans Americans $3,500,000,000 a year.
Douglas, chairman of the Senate-House
Economic Committee,
said Jt was an "open secret"
that the Eisenhower administra administration
tion administration would like nterest rates on
government bonds by at least
one-half of one per cent if Con Congress
gress Congress lifts th present interest
celling ti 4 1-4 per nt. 1

Navy War Leader Bull Halsey
Dies In Sleep At Conn. Resort

FISHERS ISLAND, N.Y., Aug. 17 ( Tbe implacable fighter who had
(UPI) Fleet Adm. William F.I carried his attacks to the Japa Japa-(Bull)
(Bull) Japa-(Bull) Halsey 76, commander of nese, homeland by the end of th
the Third Fleet in the Pacific dur- war was pronounced dead nf

ing world War II and leader of
America's first offensive move
after Pearl Harbor, died yesterday
in his aleep.
a special conference to prepare a
company statement.
It only was minutes after Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's lunch ham sandwiches
barbecued chicken, potato salad,
baked beans and chocolate cake cake-when
when cake-when the first of the stricken fell
ill.
'Then, all of a sudden, just
like that everyone started throw throwing
ing throwing up," Mrs. Ann Randolph, a
Miles lab technician said. "YoU'd
be talkin? tr
look at you and suddenly louble
up in pain."
Ambulances, busses, trucks and
commanaeerea station waenns m
meaiaieiy Degan ferrying the ill
to Angola's two hospitals, Nation National
al National Guard armory and public
school.
Still others, trying to make it
home, became ill in their cars.
Radio stations told sick motorists
to turn on their headlights. Police
picked up scores and took them
t hospitals at Elkhart and La
Grande, Ind.
Mister Minstrel Man
Benny Fields Dies
Alter Heart Attack
NEW YORK, Aug. 17-(UPI)-Benny
Fields, 65, the "Mister Min Minstrel
strel Minstrel Man" whose soft shoe song
and dance acts carried him through
a 60-year entertainment career
died yesterday after a heart at attack.
tack. attack. His wife and former partner,
Blossom Seeley, was with him
when he died in their apartment at
a hotel here. They had just return returned
ed returned from a month-long appearance
at Las Vegas. i
"After 37 years its over," Miss
Seeley sobbed. "No more 'Melan 'Melancholy
choly 'Melancholy Baby.' I have nothing left."
"Melancholy Baby" and "Lulla "Lullaby
by "Lullaby of Broadway" had been Fields'
theme songs.
Born Benjamin Geisenfield !n
Milwaukee, Wis., Benny Fields
went on stage for the first time
when he was five years old. But he
didn't hit the top until 1921 when
Miss Seeley then a top-billing vau vaudeville
deville vaudeville blues singer saw him sing singing
ing singing in a trio. She "promoted" him
in show business; Fields said, and
they started a 32-year career as a
stage team.
They were married in 1922.
In the late 1930's Fields seemed
to be slipping from the spotlight.
But he made a successful come comeback
back comeback and in 1952 a movie biogra biography
phy biography of him and his wife entitled
"Somebody Loves Me" was pro produced.
duced. produced. TOMORROW
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THE HANGING TREE'

Open of the important films event of J959,
spotlights the iptrigumg new romantic combination
of Gary Cooper and Maria Schell in a drama-charged
frontier background. Filmed in Technicolor amid
the breathtaking mountain scenery of the North Northwest,
west, Northwest, "THE HANGING TREE", introduces Cooper
and Europe's Maria Schell as & potent new box-office
team. r

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His body was flown to New York
City from this small island off the
Connecticut coast where he was
vacationing, and was to be takea
to Washington today. Final funeral
arrangements, however, were de delayed
layed delayed pending arrival of his family
at the nation's capital.
Bert Frazer, manager of the
Fishers Island Country Club, said
Halsey spent his last day peaceful peacefully,
ly, peacefully, wading and basking in the sun.
Frazer found the admiral's body
after a waiter told him he was con con-cerned
cerned con-cerned because Halsey had not yet
ordered his breakfast an hour past
his usual time.
President Eisenhower, in a
statement released at Gettys
burg, Pa., said he had lost "a
personal friend" and all Amer-'
leans have lost one of their great
natural leaders."
"His great personal contribution
I? th,e. successful campaigns in the
Pacific and the exhibits of the
(.force's under his command are a
I t?"iIliant. Part of American military
'"t"' it-siuem sam
It was Bull Halsev who vowed
while the war was raging that he
would ride the emperor's white
horse through the street of Tokyo.
He did not keep that promise, but
he did push the war to the emper emperor's
or's emperor's doorstep, attacking Tokyo,
Honsu and Hokkaido and ranging
up and down the Japanese coast in
July and August, 1945.
Between July 10 and Aug. 15,
when the war ended, Halsey's forc forces
es forces destroyed or damaged 2,804
enemy planes and sank or damag damaged
ed damaged 148 warships and 1,598 enemy
merchant vessels.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 88 85
Low 75 77
HUMIDITY
High 95 96
Low 63 85
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-12 NW-17
RAIN (inches) 0 .25
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 82

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.71
Madden Dam 214.49
BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, AUG. 18
High
Time
3:21 a.m.
3:39 p.m..
Time
9:33 a.m.
9:56 p.m.
Ht.
16.2 ft.
16.5 ft.
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Ht.
0.4 ft.
0.6 ft,
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