The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Classification:
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System ID:
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GREAT CRACKS show on the hill above a lakeside cottage near Hegben Dam following offl
f th heaviest earthquakes :in US history; yesterday. Some 19 persons ara feared, dead, ;'
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Rescue Workers Dig For Victims
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AfterOne Of US's Worst Quakes

WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont., Aug. 19 (UPI) Rescue workers dug through mam.
moth slides near Yellowstone National Park today for more possible victims of one of the
most powerful earthquakes ever recorded in the United States.
Latest reports listed from 17 to t persons dead and approximately 60 injured.
Parties of marines, Forest Seryice persqnriel and sheriff's deputies searchedthrough
debris in Madison River valley seven miles below damaged Hebgen Dam, where the side
of an 8000-foot high mountain collapsed with a terrifying roar.
'W6 feel we will find more bodies in this area," said Stuart W. Wall, Forest Ser Service
vice Service information officer. "They may have been washed down from the camp grounds
below the dam."

Mayor Charles Bower of Ennis,
Mont., estimated that 30 to 75 per-1
softs might have been killed by the
violent series of temblors which
began shortly before' midnight
Monday and continued all day yes
terday.
The first shock jarred the entire
Pacific Northwest. Seismographs
at the University of California in
Berkeley registered its intensity as
7.8 onVhe Richter scale.
Dr. Charlts Richttr of the Ca California.
lifornia. California. Institute of Technology
said the quake was the "largest
so far as we know in the 48 states
In the present century outside
Nevada and California."
For tense hours some 200 persorts
were trapped in the seven-mile
stretch of canyon between the huge
UndsUde and Hebgen Darn.
A wall of water like a tidal wave
Russian Charge Laos
Neutrality Violated
By US Called Absurd
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19
American ol'iicials today
td as "absurd" a Soviet
(UPI)
Un.ted
r rnarce uiu
States has violated the neuiramy
o my Laos in southeast Asia by
letting up military bases there.
,irv sain Russn must be well
aware that the united states n-sj
nn bases in baos ana no oigan..-
v. military missions m u.e
trv ...
American mil iary uei ..
tans thev declared.
i,nnclc ill
a limited numDer ot recnmcians
tprhing tht Laotians how to use
some surplus World War II equip equipment
ment equipment given their, by Washing;nn.
There is no military advisory
grouo for training purposes such
is the United States maintains in
si)'in coun-nes with which it has
military alliances.
'gon Sananikone, special Laot Laotian
ian Laotian envoy to the United Nations,
Wii-- scheduled to arrive in New
York today to discuss with United
ISV'IP-- officials Laos' request for
a U.N investigation of border
tisnlinj! plaguinfi the rountrr. Di Diplomatic
plomatic Diplomatic sources said U.N. Secre Secre-ti"
ti" Secre-ti" '"er!,i' Dag vHmmarsklnld I
probably would give
favorable
consideration to the request.

swept across the dam's top with

the initial shock. Cracks opened in
the earth and rock section of the
dam, causing fears that it would
collapse.
Air Force and Forestry Service
helicopters shuttled out the most
seriously injured and ''Smoke
Jumper" parachutists leaped to
aid those on the ground.
Of the first 20 injured persons
landed at Bozeman, 10 v were in
critical condition.
Hugh Potter, Montana Civil De Defense
fense Defense chief, said everyone was be believed
lieved believed to be on safe ground by
nightfall. Most of them were taken
to Ennis or West Yellawstone.
The quake knocked the top off an
8000-foot mountain and sent it cas
cading into the valley below with
a roar "like the end of the world
The deadly jolt, almost as strong
as that of the San Francisco earth earthquake
quake earthquake of 1906, was followed by a
series of aftershocks that caused
fears of new slides.
More than 150 campers were re
Cuban Air Force
Tocumen Stop
Without Incident
A Cuban air force plane which
landed at Santiago, Chile; without
permission Monday, took off from
Tocumen airport for Havana at
5:46 today after a two-hour refuel refueling
ing refueling stop.
The plane's passengers were met
um uii.li arrival oy mauunai uutuu
, 1. -: : i i i r i
officers, but no attempt was made
(0 board the pIane
, During the two.hour stopover
here, the Cubans, among whom
. K-Vprfll n.w.mn hrPakfaaleri
.- .. ...w..
at the airport and chatted wih the
Panama newsmen who also met
the plane.
Bare Backs In
LONDON (UPI) A London
newspaper, aghast because a
Briton took off his shirt at a
Cricket match, complained in a
front-page editorial yesterda
(hat British reserve is going to
pot.
It isn't only the lack of decor decorum
um decorum at cricket matches, lamenlec'
the Daily Mail. Men -are even
whistling at orettv girls and the
"alien importation" of necking is
I gaining ground.

LeLthe people

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ported marooned in the Madison
River Valley where the main slide
of earth and rocks cascaded across
the only road out.
Helicopters and airplanes were
mobilized from throughout the
West for rescue attempts.
Some roads to Yellowstone Na National
tional National Park were closed but other
entrances were open and visitors
could still enter. Many of the 8000
persons already there were depart
ing hurriedly.
Navy 'Deep Freeze'
Plans To Penetrate
South Pole Wafers
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (UPI)
ine avy niappeu plans .oday
to land giant four-engine planes
on the nozen waste at me aoutn
Pole and throw up five prefabric
ated buildings lucre as pan of
"Operation Deep Freeze 60."
ine Navy also planned to try
to send two ice breakers into the
loiuidding Bellingshausen and
Amundsen sea areas whose ice
ooiiiiu waters never have been pe penetrated
netrated penetrated by a ship.
As still another part of the
mammoth South People expe expedition,
dition, expedition, the service will erect near nearly
ly nearly at a score of building and
tiirep 250,000 gailon fuel storage
tanks at McMurdo Sound in An
tarctica.
In all, the Navy will employ 3, 3,-0(H)
0(H) 3,-0(H) men, 37 planes and 8 ships :n
"Operation Deep Freeze 60," the
fifth annmil scientific expedition!
to the South Pole continent. Panes
wtidnne .il h ships will leave
for New Zealand late this month.
The actual --operation will begin
aboiii Oct. 1 s the South Pole
summer approaches.

Bleachers Just Not Cricket

The ruckus was touched off by
ex sailor Kelts Collins when he
removed bis ahirt in 76-degree
weather in ttte granstand of the
Lord's Cricket Ground. What's
more, the 30-year-old Collins was
wearing shorts.
A group of rebels who took off
their shirts at Lords' last week
had surrendered quickly after ol ol-ficials
ficials ol-ficials told them "it simply isn't
done." But Collins refused to put
his shirt on.

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PANAMA, R. P. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1959

Jobs Vacant:
Secreta Chief
Energy Boss,
No one will be named at preient
to the positions of chief of th Se
cret Police and the chairman of
the National Commission for Elec
trical Energy, These jobs fe$ va vacant
cant vacant Monday when President de la
Guardia reshuffled his cabinet,
Government sources said Rogelio
Pinzon, deputy chief of the Secret
Police, will temporarily occupy tne
post formerly hefli by Hector (Hey)
Valdes, who Monday was named
Minister of Government and' Jus
tice,
Rafael A. Moscote. vice chair
man of the Electrical Commission,
will serve in the capacity of Vic Victor
tor Victor C. Urrutia, who is now Minis Minister
ter Minister of Agriculture, Commerce and
Industries.
M e a n while, President oe ia
Guardia and his full cabinet made
an inspection trip today t Lis Mi Mi-nas
nas Mi-nas Bay, where Panama's first
deep water port ii being f obstruct obstructed.
ed. obstructed. AF6E Is Seeking
Insurance Coverage
For Local Raters
A nmnnUPA Federal emuiuyeo
insurance bill has been report reported
ed reported out of the House Civil Serv Service
ice Service and Post Office Committee
v unanimous vote. It Was
learned today through local
suokesmen for tha American
Federation of Gavenrment Em
ployes (AFQ-B).
ru-iirinalW 1 II it O d tt C t d AS
Senate Bill 2168. the proposed
legislation would- set up a
uniform and broftd coverage
plan fo all JPedeMl, employes,
Uicludin air.lhQS' tW5 .the
iftn,ma Cftnwr ,one.
At present mor than 90 per percent
cent percent of Panama Canal Co
mnrver are covered undftr i
voluntary company-government
insurance plan unaerwrinen u
Mutual of Omaha. The insur insurance
ance insurance bill would amplify and in increase
crease increase benefit compared to pre
sent coverage.
a innkexmart also said the
kvav. has soonsored an amend
ment to the proposed bill ex extending
tending extending the coverage to non non-tts
tts non-tts citizens, to nrovide neces
sary insurance for Panamanian
employes or tne canai.
Panama Police llab
Man Identified
As Purse Snalcher
Detectives yesterday arrested
Gilberto Lorenzo (Paps) Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham on suspicion of being the
man who snatched a pocketbook
miv fmm Mrs. Emily Parcho-
mick, an American, yesterday
morning on Automobile Row.
Eyewitnesses said the purse
was grabbed by Cunningham just
as Mrs. Parchomick was about to
enter an automobile criven by
her husband. One of eyewitnesses
identified Cunningham who is un unemployed
employed unemployed and has a poJce record,
having served time in Coiba for
robbery.
Mrs. Parfhomick told police she
had $26 in cash in the purse, in
addition to $700 in traveler's
checks and $200 in U.S. govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment bonds.
Doc Diagnosed
Two-Way Stretch
Delayed Airliner
ATLANTA (UPI) Delta
Lines Flight 743 was en route
from Chicago to Atlanta.
The stewardess came to the
pilot's cab'n anr announced that
a passenger was sick with strong
I symptoms of an appendicit's at
tack, ine pilot sent an lmmeaiaie
radio request to Atlanta and a
doctor met the flight at the air-
port
After a 23-minuU delay because
of the emergency, the flieht took
off again for Miami and the phy physician
sician physician filed his renort.
The medical diagnosis: The
woman's girdle was loo tight.
"The man is obviously a cad
and a bounder," said a walruj
mustachetl inetleman in lie
stands nearby, his face purpling
with anger above his old-school
tie.
"Absolute rubbish in this en enlightened
lightened enlightened age," replied Collini.
"This is the first aood summer
we've had in an age. Why can't
I enjoy the sun an" the rrieket
They the fully dressed remind me
of old English iheep dog.

country is safe Abraham Lincoln

Papa Millon Wants To Know
Where Is Candidas House
The father of little Candido Aizprua, Panama's Nino Millon,
is not too worried over his son's illness.
What he is eally anxious about is the house and the 50-acre
plot of land which the National Assembly assigned to him last
eyar.
Pablo Aizprua told a Chitre correspondent that his son isn't
sick enough to cause him too much worry but he would like to
get the title to the land they government granted to him. Aix-

prua said he did not now what
Candido was reported over the
weekend as "sick, under-nourished
and in rags" in the Chitre Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital owing to unfulfilled promises.
Howtvar, his fathar said, tha
only rail unfulfilled promises
ware tha land and tha complt complt-tion
tion complt-tion of tha heui which is baing
built for him arid hit family.
Aizprua's wife, Florentina, had
complained Saturday that pledges
of gifts to the Nino Millon had not
been fulfilled.
However, donors pointed out
that they had given all they had
promised 10 comxiDuie lowarus me
well-being of Panama's millionth
inhabitant.
. i J : l . i L.
Slabbed Soldier
Still Seriously
III In Hospital
Pfc. John A.- Dreyer, Jr., re remained
mained remained in serious condition it
Gorgas Hospital today as a result
of a knife wound allegedly suiler suiler-ed
ed suiler-ed during a fight with another
soldier at Ril-Hato last Saturday
night.,
' Dreyer evacuated from the
training area Sunday mght by an
Army plane.
Military authorities quoted Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital officials as saying
the wounded soldier was "still on
the seriously ill list, mil is in iair
condition."
The alleged assailant, SP-4,
Louis Etheridge, Jr., 26, is being
held at the Ft. Clayton stockade
pending completion of an official
investigation and possible filing of
formal charges.
Dreyer is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Dreyer, Sr., of Vine-
land, N.J.
'Edith' Dishes
Into Squally Wave
Over Caribbean
MIAMI, Aug. 19 (UPI) Tro-
picai aUi in Ulili u.as.yUCU LU-
day into a wave oi squalls, and
weatnermen wroe .t oti us a
threat to the Caribbean Islands.
At i a.m., t,Ului Was cen liu
near Ciudao Trujillo in the Do
minican iepuoit. ii cameu top
winds of about ii mpn.
The San Juai. weather bureau
predicted the disturoance, which
carried 65 mph winds yesterday,
would subsiae lurther curing tne
day. il sam no moie auvisor.fa
would be issued unless the storm
intensities.
All warnings were lowered for
the isijjiu.s ui iiispaiiioia, i ueno
Rico and the Virgin Islands.
"isiana and reconnaissance air aircraft
craft aircraft reports during the night in indicate
dicate indicate tiial tropicar storm rJciiln
has degenerated into a squally
area on an easterly wave, saiu
the bureau. Forecasters added it
no longer had the circular move movement
ment movement of a true tropical storm.
The higher guests ot 36 mpn
were in the heavier squalls.
The dlslui hun.c was. moving 'o
the west or west-nortnwesi at an
accelerated speed of about ?3
Mph.
ELEVEN SLIGHTLY INJURED
3ethanla bus was hit by a truck
tlonal University.

Ill

was holding up the transfer.
Ike, Macmillan
To Make Joint
Radio-TV Talk
GETTYSBURG!!, Pa., Aug. 19
(UPI) President Eisenhower
and Prime Minis. er Harold Mac Macmillan
millan Macmillan will make a joint radij radij-telcvision
telcvision radij-telcvision talk trom London Aug.
31, it was announced today.
James C. Hagerty presidential
press secretary, announced the
plan here simultaneous with the
announcement at London.
He said the two free world
leaders would talk informally for
15 to 20 minutes in a broadcast
from the prime minister's re residence
sidence residence at No. 10 Downing street.
Hagerty said no specific time
had been set for the broadcast,
but' that 1. would precede the din dinner
ner dinner Macmillan will' hold for Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower that night.
He said an attempt was being
madeand he expected it to be
successful to ajjow r..U-S. news news-ree,l
ree,l news-ree,l to, film the talks for use on
WlWrilientn". ; V
' Asked' if Ihere would be a live
radio broadcast in the United
Stattes, Hagerty said it would
be up to the U.S. networks to make
arrangements with the British
Broadcasting Corp.
tornadoes, Rain,
Power Failures.
Heat Wave Hit US
CHICAGO, Aug. 19 (UPI) --Residents
Residents --Residents in widely scattered
sections of the country totaled up
the damage yesterday from roof roof-busting
busting roof-busting downpours, two tornadoes
and a massive power failure
caused by a heat wave.
A small tornado struck the town
of Plymouth, Ind., Monday nicht
and lifted the roof off a canning
factory. The owner, Charles Weid Weid-ner
ner Weid-ner jr., estimated damage at
$25,000.
The twister swooped down on
the factory,, swirled around for
about five minutes, lifted and
bounced into a vacant lot two
miles away. It was later seen 150
feet off the ground near New
Paris, Ind., some 35 miles away.
Another twister swept tbroufh
the farming community of Well Well-ton,
ton, Well-ton, Ariz., and demolished eiRht
homes and damaged a dizen
others.
Robert Carr, a resident, said
Hip storm began as a light shower.
"Then everything grew deathly
quiet and the sky turned grey. I
saw a big black cloud that was
tearing up everything in its path."
he said. Several persons suffered
minor injuries from flying debris
Waters were receeriing in all
but one area of southern Illinois,
where a heavy downpoui dumped
up to 10 inches in some places
Monday.
The Big Muddy River at Mur-
nhysboro, III., was out o
its hanks
in some sections. The St l,ouis
River District predicted a crest of
between 25 and 27 fee' Friday.

Eleven persons were Injured, none of them seriously, when this
yesterday on the trans-Isthmian Highway opposite the Na-1
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Union Requests
Informal Ruling
From Tax Service

The American Federation of Government Employes
(AFGE) Washington headquarters has instructed its lead

cuunsei ro sruay rne recent Boykin case ruling to deter determine
mine determine its applicability to Panama Canal Company work workers,
ers, workers, it was learned today.
The move was disclosed today by Rufus Lovelady,
president of Local 14 of the AFGE, who made public tht
substance of correspondence between his group here and
national president James A. Campbell in Washington.
Campbell's reply to Loveladv's first letter said that

(in addition to examinig the so

he had also asked the federation s counsel to press for an
"informql ruling" from the Internal Revenue Service.
Lovelady said a second letter to Campbell, dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched this week, urged the Revenue Service be asked to're to're-quest
quest to're-quest a clear-cut statement from Canal Zone Gov. Wil William
liam William E. Potter on whether in fact US-rate Canal workers
are required to occupy company quarters within the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.

n reply to the second letter has
been received yetLovelady said
. AmlnufrafK)n official! hr,
have already) Werfined to maka
any police statement os the mat matter
ter matter unlets requested to do so by
the Internal Revenue Service.
The possibility of substantial tax
rebates based on a deduction for
rent payments on "captive hous
ing" was opened last May when
the Revenue Service accepted an
US, Great Britain
Considering Recess
At Geneva A-Talks
GENEVA, Aug. 19 (UPI) -The
United States and Britain are
considering tne puss oilnv oi
temporarily recessing the drawn-
out nuclear weapons test ban con
lerences and pusning the nego
tiators up to the heads of ban
level, Western sources revealed
today.
If agreed upon, the recess pro probably
bably probably would last until alter So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's
visit to ihc United States nexU
month, the sources said. i

President Eisenhower and the;.had englne troub,e troub,e-Russian
Russian troub,e-Russian leader, who have ex-! One, an Ecuatoriana DC -6 in in-chanped
chanped in-chanped a long orrespun.ii ,i tcrchange with Aerouas Panama
on the now ten-month-old test ban, Airways (APA) lost an engins
negotiations were sure In discuss LVer the San Bias Islands MonUt
them again in Washington, the arirnnnn when it haH a runawaT"

sources s it!.
Ambassador James J. Wads Wads-worih,
worih, Wads-worih, U S deb sate to the ma
rathon talks said the American de delegation
legation delegation here had informed Wash Washington
ington Washington of the possibility of a re recess.
cess. recess. Soviet delegate Semyon Tsarap Tsarap-kin
kin Tsarap-kin who iriirip Wly opposed Ihc
last mongh-long recess in May,'
sa;r' Russia 'avorec finishing the
work here without interruptions.
He admitted, however. Dial he
had heard of (he recess talks, al al-ihoi'"h
ihoi'"h al-ihoi'"h nol officially from the
Western delegations.

FIVI CINTS

Race

- called "Boykin Precedent,"
appeals court njling in the case ot
veterans Ad ministration, doctor
whose job required thai he-ccupy
quarters on ilie nosfutai ground.
In the Boykin case the court
ruled that if the employer's hous housing
ing housing was furnished for the em employer's
ployer's employer's convenience and was a
condition of employment, then the
value of rent was not taxable at
income.
Canal Company workers in tha
Zone contend their situation if
practically identical. But some
confusion has arisen since, at"
least technically, Canal employ
es are free to own property and
reside in Panama.
The Canal Zone police force hai
claimed that, unlike other work work-ers
ers work-ers here, they are actually forbid forbidden
den forbidden to live outside the Zone. 5
Week's Been Bad
For Interchange
Flights To
1!
It has been a bad week for air-'
1'ne interchanges on the Panama
US run. Two planes which left To Tocumen
cumen Tocumen for the United States,
each of them interchange flights,
propeller in its No. 1 engine fol following
lowing following an explosion of undetermin-'
ed origin.
The extreme vibrations from
the runaway prop tore the engina
from its mountings. The plane
rrturned safely to Tocumen wi'h
82 passengers aboard
Yesterday history nearly re repeated
peated repeated itself when a National Air
lines DC -6 B interchange with P P-nagra
nagra P-nagra developed oil trouble in its
No 2 engine while over North 'Ca 'Carolina.
rolina. 'Carolina. The engine was cut off and
the propeller featl ereri
The plane, on the last lee of itt
flight to New York from Buenoa
Aires via TocUmen and Miami,
carried 12 passengers and a crew
of five.
It landed safely al Idlewild ln
tcrnational Airport on three en
gines.
Guided-Missile
Submarine Docks
At Rodman Base
The U.S. Navv guided nussfl
submarine Growler, commanded
hy Lt. Cdr. C. Priest Jr. transit transited
ed transited the Canal this morning snd ticJ
up at Rodman Naval Station for
a brief stopover Th Growler
enroiile from Key West. Fla: "u
The submarine is scheduled,
depar Hodman Fridav to con.
tinne n 'Var' llnrbr"' whert it
will will join Pacific Fleet force.
The 2.77 ton submarines hat
tomplemrnt of 80 ofiicers and
run. :j

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By ROBERT C. RUARK
I .suppose ti e Navy knows what
s uoin. out 1 sure hale to hear
about this plan to retirt the war warrant
rant warrant officers, who have been run running
ning running the .Navy for 184 years.
Tni'v say the warrant who is
more than a petty officer, less
than an officer has outlived his
usefulness and now has become
an anomaly since the introduc introduction
tion introduction of two new enlisted grades,
E -8 and E-9.
All 1 know is that this retired

; sea go'r wouldn t have the re re-ispeci
ispeci re-ispeci lor .etters and numbers
: that I had for the salty old war warrants
rants warrants and chief warrants when
they wey; trying to teach me
w to oe an ensign without
being sick on the wrong side of
he ship.

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.-. I appreciate me iaci uiai mr om... dssuiance udoui mm tnat was
Clubhouse is being remodeled to provide Digger and better ""vice. ,un. hampered bv all the spit-and-So
J don't complain about having to squeeze through a tight path, protocol incumbent on a commis
fending off the comic book crowd to buy a tube of toothpaste. sionerl officer.
My gripe is having to wait in a line five to ten customers long He didn't dance with the skip skip-to
to skip-to pay for my purchase and "blow the jernt.'" The temporary sec ;per's daughter, but when the bot bot-tton
tton bot-tton is arranged with two cash registers, but apparently only one om became unstuck or somebo somebo-Sffk
Sffk somebo-Sffk It might take ten minutes just to plunk down the pennies for riy left a sardine can in the No.

i iive-inci. gun, you ainn t noiier

Since I nave shopped here, mere ;ior the admiral. You yelled for

THE MAIL BOX

TEMPORARY INCONVENIENCE

Sir

cifrk. It might

a magazine.

SfThis is not a

new situation.

"lA II O io iiwi iv"
baV always been two cash registers, but hardly ever more than one

ChWkas Cunder the impression that the place was a self service
a,a in hnv in a hurrv. It's self service all right. If you

can't'find something yourself, it's even harder to

ind a clerk to find

The gal who gels

Old (.uns or Old Boats and he
would pat you on the head and
say: There, there, sonny, don't
get your running rigging in an
uproar Papa will kiss it and make
it well.

And calmly, boautifully. unhur

itJfor you

Jt'l', I '.te i.r LI .her ioi; okav. but so often the kiddies riedly. Papa would stick the bo.

tpend a long time deciding just which candy bar to buy that all cus
tomers in the rear are chomping at the bit
It's faster to buv, pay for and eat a full-course dinner in the ca cafeteria
feteria cafeteria than to fight the battle of cash register congestion at the
eh'Thffy 8h ave alf the facilities for efficiency, but they're not em-

Hurrlae! Shopper

uim oacK on or take the sala salamander
mander salamander out of he soup or what whatever
ever whatever was necessary The ship
would conlinue and the war
would be won. Recausr to get to
be a warrant officer, you had to
go through a lot of paces.
Like being a boot, a seaman
second. And then a ssaman first.
And then firs', second and third
class petty officers.
After you made chief you might
make warrant, if you were such
a chief that the admiral asked
you about how to plot a course
or rig a colMsion mat.
And to make chief warrant ...
well. The first i-utenani runs the
ship and the chief warrants ran
the first lieutenants. Who ran the
exec. Who ran 'he skinper. Who
ran the flag admiral, if you had
one handy,
1 was an unfMged gunnery of officer
ficer officer and tie kindness those old
salt-horse survivors showed me
was unbelievable. Some I met
later in th" war seamed brown
men of midd'e with sun cars
and almost the smell of tarrv Dip-

tails on them when Ihev hail

to such ridicul

ous ranks as lieut. jg) Some
had been chiefs before the cur cur-r?n'
r?n' cur-r?n' crop of jfi's were born.
They always 'ooked vaguely un uneasy
easy uneasy at being .temporarlv com com-misSionea
misSionea com-misSionea and they shuffled their
f?et and looked overdressed with
their shouMer-hoards.

. .. ai a 1 I hcv h i -I I- Jlfi: t i

am th. nilntt that I have had the pleasure to Know seem iu mi. r uuiuun social

haDDV with the overtime pav, although not too happy about th? long 'me that nearly all mustang, of of-some
some of-some weeks. They agree that a big paycheck is nice to have exprrirnw sense of be-
ach month. . . !r.4I ;, 1, Jl1 nd no

As one pilot stated: "I am not nere tp worn ior a uuuiiic im ... ... ,n,uKv.

I can make a little extra overtime now i am giau w im.c mn','iXX .V """u,v

rrom what 1 hear it is only a small group oi unnappy pnyis w.u '"vv ann so i

is always complaining, so whv doesn't the Personnel uivision ncip ,0 cuueni mea m
Those so calls" labor leaders find new employment and let the re-u t,ng back- th. World War II

,i.p f thP n.lnu earn their salarv without constantly being ironli"'"' I'euicnant commanders

page news and running the risk ol 18 year-old boys getting the jobs.
Check the newspaper accounts-H s always the same rou.i ol
pilots, while the other 70 or 80 are well contented with a fat overtime
check each two weeks.
Pilot s Friend.

CHOCOS UNDER TRAINING

Smjr a n .itinn had nirtiiie nf Governor Pott?r with two

Ch&Q Indians. Although the Indians where reported as friends of a
viili gentleman from Canada, it looks like a different situation
It'has been published that two Canal pilots will testify, before a
Congressional hearing. My guess is that those two Indians bave been
hired to replace those two departing pilots. i
Last month the Canal's plan was to employ San Bias Indians be because
cause because of their many years of sea experience on the rough gold coast,
but the plan was thwarted by the Indians' relusal to use any water
tMnsponaimn other than native cayticos om to the ships, llie Ca
nal Administration would not tolerate the loss of revenue on launches
for pilots charged to shipping.
Pilots have requested special housing and the Choco Indians have
real special houses built atop of stilts. Remember, that housing will
hff"3oc free
II the two departing pilots Avould play it cool they would contact
the Cacique in Darien Province and arrange to take those two visit visit-in
in visit-in Indian tn the hearinc and whenever some wise Congressman

P .1 tt : .JlAftUlns1i'ncancWfr.

asks any question, k?ep on tne onensive aim in .a t)ocn War-r,iised

in Darien-tvpe speech.
After the backlog of shipping has been cleared, the locks back
on two-sided operation, plenty of pilots working, and ten new pilots
on the Isthmus plus the Choco Guides, going to any hearing looks
like a tyg smokescreen to cover up a fif,. KW :

tT
Sr:

MANGOES AT TOCUMEN

and commanders who rhn tn

I make it a career,
I "O'ficer glut" they call it and
I they want to lose their civilian
I" 'red help to nrrvent stagnation
I in promotion of voonger men.
There seem to be 8000 command commanders
ers commanders and LI. cvnmqndcrs and on
, ly room at the ton for non rant.

Don't Let Them Throw You, Niki!

( -letters! I set S
V LOTS AWD LOTS OF )
N LETTERS-- i

NEA Service, Int.

NEW

YORK

LEE

By

CONFIDENTIAL

MORTIMER

vi

e Washington

Merry-Go-Round
y DREW PEARSON

1 Crf,

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UNDERWORLD

CONFIDENTIAL!

I don't want to get historical
with you, but this is as good a
place as any to go into tie back background
ground background of the racketeer who is
taking over America and the
world.
Gangs go far back into our na native
tive native history. We all are familiar
with the hoodlumism of roving

robbers after the Civil War, of i found in their sly brains and

the New York Hudson Dusters, cruel muscles without realizing
and similar Outfits of plunderers the potentialities of power in a
and street fighters in all our ci- free country They became the
ties. But these were not racket-1 gas-house hoodlums' and in time
eers. roved in packs, which gave them

mass power, ins politicians saw

came here, lived like animals In
poverty and inferiority, mostly in
squalid Slums. Intcr-raciail hostil hostility
ity hostility was and is intense in crowd crowded
ed crowded tenement and shanty sectors,
And out of the oppressed, which
gave us some of our finest and
most useful citizens, came also
bullies and crooks, ward-heelers
and sluggers. For entire genera generations
tions generations stronger and bolder new newcomers
comers newcomers used forces they had

The origin of the word "rack "racket"
et" "racket" goes back to early Tamma Tammany
ny Tammany days, when each petty leader
threw for himself an annual ben benefit,
efit, benefit, in a local hall. The din and
the drunkenness and tbe loud
brass band mingled into the. com common
mon common appellation of these affairs
as "rackets." This bi syllable
then became the word to express
physical and political pressure
whereby unearned money was
gotten.
The racket hall might have had
a capacity 0f 1,000. But many
times that number of tickets
were sold to saloonkeepers, push pushcart
cart pushcart peddlers, tradesmen, public
job-rolders, as pure graft, under
threats of annoyance or arrest
or revocation of licenses and toil toiler
er toiler privileges, or with fists and

clubs swung by the toughs sent
out to collect.

what that meant
ing elections.

toward throw-

HE'S THE PAPA: The father
of big racketeering was the same
Big JJim Colosimo whose story
runss like a thread of crimson "and
black through the tale of Chica

go Colosimo, i swarthy dock dock-walloper,,
walloper,, dock-walloper,, got in a little trouble
in Palermo and fled in steerage
to Baltimore. He got a job on the
li and 0 Railroad, laying ties,
and was sent to Chicago. He lik liked
ed liked it there. He became a ditch ditch-digger,
digger, ditch-digger, settled in the First Ward.
He was husky, handsome, cun cunning,
ning, cunning, literate, temperate, and am ambitious.
bitious. ambitious. Whatever his ultimate aims, his
immediate rise to comparative af af-fluuence
fluuence af-fluuence came with his mar marriage
riage marriage to Victoria Morosco, the
proprietor and madam of four
wooden brothels on "Bed Bug
Row."

DAILY
MEDITATION

rbM.m,nian nff.ni 3 Irlnm ha a 1JI"1L' record Ol h 1 fh 11 3 11(1 P(l COI1

1. A Biiaiwoi'i"" ...... v.. i ii T 'nine

duet towards the less-wealthy citizens ol tne country, ano ina ncu-
m'en airport customs officers are no exception. ne Navv A lot of th
VRecentlv I returned from a trip to Jamaica. 1 had just two East srayhcads aren t anv o'rier th.io
Indian mangoes in mv briefcase. The customs officer took them away, me Most of ten. nt vanked our
Annthor woman had a little bundle of scallions, and p?rhaps a of 'heir nanpv eiviii-n homes tr

little thyme. These, too, were taken away from her : "o bck for a second stint

i hi-t vjra n hrr npnnlr comma n oi tne same sou oi w..mi -.. nvni.

treatment at Tocumen. Do these customs officials think travellers in intend
tend intend to sell these items in such insignificant quantities? Whenever
onrtravels one likes to bring home something, especially if it some something
thing something not easily obtained at home.
Furthsr, a person cringing in a foreign mango and planting the
ieed here is benefiting the agricultural life of Jhe country.
I Lastlv, I would suggest that if there is a law Inat these items
ire1 not permitted to enter the country, then the customs officials
thould be provided with a garbage can into which they can throw
the prohibited articles as the owner watches. This would eliminate
anv'susoicions that the officials are taking our things home for their

pwa use.

E.B.A.

far:

BUMPING AND DOWNGRADING

when

Between World War )l and Ko

rea you marie such a hotch of
heir prrsona'l liv es t 1 a t all
'hev've got now is Navy and ea
relit to s'ay in it unfit full retire retirement
ment retirement arrives 2000 captains or no
,000 captains
These rhap nere "oori enough
tn run your Mormansl- route anH
skiriDT your ICT's anH I,CI and
iceasionally rFs and cer'ainlv
those nlvwnod tornedo hoa's with
th" straw bottoms
Thev're ood nwi"rt tn hani
around with theii nrido intart ev

en 'f 'hev Hnn'l 1 :ip rnoo"h An-

i .m lrmH at the Mtuation down there in the Central civilian inOM w dinner a nrner.

Personnel Office at Corozal. Apparently about 115 employes are Voti kiserl n mi" -hen we
kn,,r tn h fir.n nr Hnwnpraded. i'v"r" riretty Navy, tnve u now

a. l unrierctanri it it has hepn dpcided to downarade a croup ofi'i Hecemher ns nu

1...I n.t.r. in Cronc'c a and s Have the nlannei's considered what I ind double file nn vou

demoralisation and dislocation this will bring in the two technical
services?
,1 suspect discrimination in the manner in which certain jobs
auddenly became "sensitive," and therefore unavailable to Local
Raters.
w All this downgrading will start a chain reaction via an unfair sys
tn of bumping. Th?re is resentment among Panamanians who are
belilg pushed around for no good reason other than to remove as
may of tljwn as possible Irom Grades 4 and 5. More than 50 percent
ofthe Local Raters in the Engineers, Ordnance, Quartermaster,
Siitflal and Transportation will be downgraded as they begin to
1. L I I .-

Hieaip racu uuivi.

did in Mv

for off-

knockint? the warrant officers

You lost somo ouality thre
N'avv 'hat you won't iret by with
'etters and numhers 'ike a bunch
of civil service clerks.

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the E E-p.scopa
p.scopa E-p.scopa muic.i in ,,ie i.uis.o.i i.uis.o.i-ary
ary i.uis.o.i-ary Dioceia of the Panama Ca-
nai ione.;
THE CREATOR COMFORTS
"Who art thou, that thou
shouldest be afraid of a man
e Mud oi ge.-
test th. Lord the Maker?"
Modern man has discovered a

other terrorism. Thus the wordnew worlJ and m tne Protss h"

covred the entire institution as

THE GANG'S ALL HERE:

Some of these "rackets" were

highly profitable; and the n?xt

echelon of politicians stuck out

their mitts and demanded a cut- i
in, on pain of -unning rival rack- j
els or killing the revenue by giv giv-in
in giv-in gorntection to those who were

kicking in to avo'ri beatings or

THE LAND OF OPPORTUNI OPPORTUNITY:
TY: OPPORTUNITY: Colosimo opened a gaudy
cabaret-cafe on Wabash Avenue
near 22nd Street, where eventual eventually
ly eventually he was assassinated. For 30
years after ,his death the sign
still read Colosimo's. There he
held court and did business and
there he swaggered and was 9
good host. And there he brought
Johnny Torrio And there Torrio
brought a hoodlum, on the hide hideout
out hideout from Brooklyn, whose name
was given as Al Brown, but who
became Alfonse Capone. But the
miracle came to Colosimo with
the passing of ihe lWi Amernd Amernd-m?nt
m?nt Amernd-m?nt and the Volstead Act.

I i01o'J .L -'0. li.l Lie.

COMING OF AGE IN CHICA CHICAGO:
GO: CHICAGO: At that time the "Black
Hand" was merely a shakedown
outfit, confined to the localities
in which it operated. But Colosi Colosimo
mo Colosimo saw in It a future and a way
of life. Thereafter 14 city chiefs
of ti e Black Hand had their
heads blown of with sawed off

shotguns by their own rivals.
Then Big Jim moved in and it
was the second men, with ideas
of displacing him who got it and
with machine-guns not Big JIM.
The "Unione Sieiliano," with its
crews of killers working for Colo-

WASHINGTON Another of
Washington hush-hush dinners re recently
cently recently charted toe strategy ol
Gov; Nelson Rockefeller to capture
the Presidency in 1960.
This dinner was held, not in
the 'White House, but the George George-t
t George-t o w n home of Congressman
Perking Bass of New Hampshire,
and was attended by Rockefel Rockefeller's
ler's Rockefeller's chief political lieutenant,
New York State Gop chairman
Judson Morhouse. At this pri private,
vate, private, political, hair-oown session,
Morhouse made it clear that
Rockefeller would be a. candidate
for president.
Ex-Speaker Joe Martin, not
Bass, was supposed to be tne
biggest fish at the affair. Joe
has not been an ardent admirer
of Vice President Richard M.
Nixon since Nixon joined with

Congressman Charlie Halleck to

oust Martin as House GOP" Lead Leader.
er. Leader. At the last minute, 'Martin had
to cancel out, but made it clear
he will use his considerable in influence
fluence influence inside the Repuh 1 i c a n
Party to help Rockefeller.
Only House members were in invited
vited invited to the private political
powwow, among them Chester
Merrow of New Ha m p s h i r e,
John Saylor of Pennsyl v a n i a
John Lindsay and Stuyv e s a n t
Wainwright of New York.
Morhouse started off by declar

ing that he was confident

Rockefeller would run for pres

ident, that his intentions would

be made clear later this fall,

and that his name would not be

withdrawn from the key New

Hampshire primary.
Morhouse added that Rockefel
ler might not campaign personal

ly in New Hampshire, but that

his campaign would be well-fi

nanced. Congressman Bass and

Rockefeller incidentally, got to

know each other working on

Dartmouth affairs. Both are a
lumni and Rockefeller is a trus

tee. Bass' father is a former

Governor of New Hampshire.

Congressman Merrow of New
Hampshire cited private polls
taken in New Hampshire which

showed Rockefeller leading Nix
on by as much as five to one
Besides New Hampshire, Mor
house said Rockefeller would en
ter other primaries at least 0

regon and Wisconsin. He might

even challenge Nixon in his

home state of California.
NIXON DISSECTED

The group agreed that Nixon

had scored a political bulisey; on
his Russian trip, but question questioned
ed questioned how long it would take for the
favorable impression to wear off.
They recalled, that he had
come back from- being stoned in
Veneiuela a national hero. Six
weeks later, he was slipping a a-gain
gain a-gain in the popularity polls.
The group expressed conviction
that Nixon, whatever his present
strength, could never win a na national
tional national election. They discussed his
political drawbacks and even dis discussed
cussed discussed how easy it was for cor cor-toonists
toonists cor-toonists to caricature him. His
heavy jowls, ski-jump nose and

dark beard make him a natural

for lampooning cartoonists.

Several warned, however, that

Rockefeller should not make the

mistake of underestimating Nix

on. He is an abler politician than

the late Sen. Robert Taft, they

agreed, and would not make the
mistakes Taft made.

Bass pointed out. for example.

that Taft was approached by a

little old woman after be had a a-dressed
dressed a-dressed a rally during the 1952
New Hampshire primary. The
beaming old lady presented him
with a jar of maple syrup. Ins Instead
tead Instead of acceplinc it with warmth.

Taft coldly asked her ot mail

it to his Washington office.
Nixon has more p o 1 f t i cal
sense, Bass said, than to pull a
boner like that
The group acknowle d g a d it
would be difficult to start the
Rockefeller bandwagon now, be because
cause because Republict n leaders would
hesitate to oppose Nixon while he
is only one heart-beat away from
the presidency.
They agreed frankly that if Ik
should die and Nixon should roova

into the White House, It would be

impossible to stop his nomination
in 1960.
Republican politicians, having
this in mind, don't want to risk
antagonizing Nixon ao early. But
as convention time approaches,
more and more leaders should be
willing to hop aboard the Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller bandwagon.
IKE PULLS THI RUG
The President pulled the rug
slightly out from under Nixon
when he issued the all-important
announcement of the Khrushchev-Eisenhower
reciprocal visits.
Though Ike made it appear that
he' was primarily responsible
for issuing the invitation, acutally
this was the case. It was Nix Nixon.
on. Nixon. While it's true that the Invita Invitation
tion Invitation had been dangled before the
Kremlin earlier and had been dis discussed
cussed discussed between Eisenhower and
Herter as early as last My, ac actually
tually actually the President remained re reluctant
luctant reluctant right up until the very
last minute even while Nixon
Wfas in Moscow.
Nixon had talked to him be before
fore before he left Washington about
issuing theinvitation, at which
time Ike was dead opposed. Ha
kept repeating the arguments
that the late Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles used to offer
against a Khrushchev visit.
He almost acted as If he con considered
sidered considered a Khrushchev invitation
disloyal to Dulles' memory.
After Nixon got to Moscow he
cabled Eisenhower urging the
invitation. It was Nixon's advice
that Khrushchev would only cor correct
rect correct his misconceptions about A A-merica
merica A-merica after he had a firsthand
look at the USA that finally
changed Ike's mind.
Nixon reported that Khrushchev

had come to believe his own
propaganda so strongly that he
disregarded what anyone else
told him about America.
After receiving this cable (fol (following
lowing (following Nixon's private conversa conversation
tion conversation with Khrushchev, White
House aides went into a huddle
with the President. Ike still
seemed to be swayed by the ad advice
vice advice of his late Secretary of
State. But he finally agreed to
the exchange of visits.
Nixon was touring Siberia at
the time. After he returned t
Moscow he was notified that
invitation would be offered.

it f'ooded into every avenue and
lane whereby oppression on the

one hand and favors on the oth other,
er, other, backed hv political drag, the
brass knuckles, and the gun.

could invade all shady business

es and many hon?st and orderly
enlerprises.
AS wf AID IN CHICAGO

solid earth is turned into a whirl- s.lm0- stopped an court revolu-
iig a o in i c niacistioi.i. mel101, ......
heavens above are stretched out ,In, those Pr"hs,ric days most

i.iuj Sp.uc .o un.,n..g.iu.iie. t, im- tre Sanrs were run ny insn insn-iances.
iances. insn-iances. Man has pushed God outmen- ,houSn ,here w"e Jcwishl
o. U...U an.. ,,c goes m iear Pol,sh' Bonpmlan. anrl Hungaran
I of his fellows and the lethal pow- nu,flts as we" as nat.,v" 01 lhe
crs uiey .iavt unleas.iet. lesse James and Dilhnger type.
' ,For a time they all worked to-
I Second Isaiah reminds us that, "ether or fou!nl against each oth-
I r:..,. er at thev did m F.lirone fnr a

CONF I DENTIAL: Racket., rlngi u. T. ,"L 1 h.nY've,rl defvinY kinrs.

lit wqyo vtnin. in ai j my ma

is an Amcriran mannexiation: us

origin is foreign as is everything '1' t V'n ""'S
AToin Tt ,. ,i, embodied the new science of hat
American, t was always re-1 d mus,hav(! s.pmpH

siricted in th? old coun.nes nut disturbin lne ,,ws lhpn lh(, nandinT soul, he 'aid the ground

was never entirely ressen. i ,., v i work then for the take-over of

rrnin times netore tne tioiy no- N .. .. T ....
man F.mnire to this day. It is no cvhe,",.P! t.h' Who P'C;

ZZr:rrZClTX ' lV? delivered Israel from Egypt.! dulo years after his death

. j j tie win nring tne prophet s gener
Italy cxtnrt'on 'hr.ved, enforced alon from Bab
hy the stiletlo. There Is an entin i J

literature around the bandits ol

Then Colosimo got the gunhand

over h's own people in Chicago

and being a penetrating and ex-

:he entire underworld, which was
carried out according to his

THE ONLY TIRE WITH
FIRESTONE RUBBER "X"
Transisthmian Highway Tel. 3.1501

!'W- j I .1 "I.-. I ...... t. I

lnlR quwiiki auing in H KrN a laicr oi mi- i.iuii mi r'u.n
jtfwork" provisions of the Remon-Eisenhower tteaty II shows that Ihe
'iffiajorni Wage Scale and the Canal Zone Merit System has no prac prac-application.
application. prac-application. The retention register Is incomplete, and is full of
inaccurate data. Local Raters with high retention points are being
replaced by ones with far fewer points.
Meanwhile, the favorites are nof found on the downgrading lists.
Unless you know who and where they are, thy cannot be reached
for bumping.
It is interesting that seven months after these jobs were eval evaluated,
uated, evaluated, the Army finds it necessary to downgrade them on some
flimsy excuse. The Command would do well to look into the situa situation.
tion. situation. lattice.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

DauBhter had a trip mapped out in the Johnson City area with

!two neighbors as guests. They packed the car with most anything
needed except what made Milwaukee famous
. Found plenty to see, even a few places wiih refreshments. At
y-Jofinson City we found everything complete, served right ntl the ice
f Kby a nice-looking uniformed girl. Wt had a supply of iced t?a that
i rwun't too bad

J W, ....But I was glad to Ktart moving home. Too hot the last few nigjits
' . i I U .... V 1 -J U nAlti.. ...... f . n Ul

10 SieCJ. Aliuinri niwiiii mm wr rimmum i.r- nr-iunx "iiir mini"! mint
weather.
Mrs. Whitsell passed through for home Saturday and only gave
ttt the old excuse. Sh was in a hurry to get back home
Pop Wright.

The Mohammedan religion is
lansed on the Koran, the nam.
given by Mohammed to the
revelations which he claimed
Allah or God made to him
through the anjel Gabriel.
Mohammedans believe that the
original text of the book is in
heaven and that Gabriel dic dictated
tated dictated the sacred words from it.
The revelations were begun
while Mohammed was at
Mecca In 810 A.D. They were
completer! at the time of his
deth, In 632, at Medina.
O Encyclopedia Britannic

Britain, including Robin Hood
who were racketeers. Hisinc force
for profit and making deals with
punitive authorities.

Similar practices were and ar"
known in Yucoslavia. Turley
Greece. Snain. Portugal, Malta
Corsica, in certain paris o
Krance. in the wilds as well m
'he cities of Russia in Poland
the Baltic States and on H at en
lire continent, except that there
was practically none in the Scan
riinavia regions, which grew bar
harian connuerc.rs and rapists,
hut not racketerrs unless you cal'
the Vikings that.

But it was his own people the

Italians and Sicilians who were
the first victims of the shake shakedown
down shakedown and continue to he victim-

Similarv n.oc'ern science his

merely widened the stage upon lze(1 by the Mafia that in the
vv-li thP (.ram;, nf our rci minds of the thoughtless brings
tion is enacted. When we recall al' I'alians into disrepute, where where-h
h where-h (io has crcatcn evervlh n? s the ri'al villains are only an

we should lose our fear of any infinitesimal minority of them

lellow creature.

House on Record
As Opposing UN
Red China Bid
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House has put itself on record or
th,fifteenth time as orwosin" f e

acting in league and concert
with criminals of all other races
and nationalities

Danqhter Burned
Bv Dad Because
e Waved At Boy

SPRINGFIELD, III. (UPI) Ed

Ih t'niterl Nations

The vote Monday

HOW IT BEGAN: The early
history of the Nail movement,
when Hitler and his first few fol

lowers were busted hums is re- I sided 3R-2.

plete with racketecrjny in its ev
ery element while tie anarchists
nihilists, mensheviks, bolsheviks
and wobblies of various descrip description
tion description who were the forerunners of
the Communis: revolution, were
criminal racketeers and still are
The po'nt of all this is that,
while our early native slock de de-veloped
veloped de-veloped rustlers and robbers, des
peradoes, murderers, and claim
jumpers, racketeering In its pres present
ent present manifestation has been the
unwitting contribution of later ar
rivals.

admission of Communist China tosrfi Pfeiler Jr., 42, was rrrested

lop

The two dissenting votes were
cast by Reps W lliam Meyer (D (D-Vt.)
Vt.) (D-Vt.) and Thomas L. Ashley D
Ohio). Meyer, a member of tne
House Foreign Relations Commi'
'it, told the House the rejo'ution
was "unnecessary and undesir-ible."

THE SAD, IAD STORY These

However, House Democratic
Leader John W. McCormack
(Mass.) argued that the resolu resolution
tion resolution was timely particularly
prior to 0 e visit of (Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Niil i Khrushchev to the
United States."

inn cnargen wnn aggravated as assault
sault assault yesterday- when his daughter
accused him of burning her with
an iron for waving at a hoy.
The dauehc-tr, Clara, 18, went to
the sheriff's, office and made the
accusations; according tn authori authorities.
ties. authorities. She toldlhem she fled from
her home last night and stayed
most of the night at the house of
a girl friend.
The girl told officers her father
hit her in the stomach with the hot
Iron and threatened to "go after
the boy."
Pfeiler, first held In county jail
In $2,000 bond, later was released
In $500 bond. He was slated to ap
near before a justice of the peac
Thursday

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PAI THRU

ENGINEER EMPLOYES RETIRES Benjamin D. CUke, civilian employe of the U.S. Army Caribbean Engineer Section, retired recently after more than 29
years of service wit hthe U.S. government. Clarke first was employed bv the Panama Canal Company in 1920 and was on the Job intermittenly with that
organization until 1932, when he entered government service with the Panama Air Depot at France Field. He has been affiliated with the Engineer Section
for nine years and at the time of his retirement was employed as a maintenan ce man. Lt. Col. Donald F. Rogers, assistant engineer for USARCARIB, present presented
ed presented Clarke with letters of appreciation from the commanding general, Maj. Charles L. Dasher, and Col. S. G. Spring, command engineer, at ceremonies mark marking
ing marking his retirement. Also representing the military was Maj. Paul Bransa, chief of the utilities branch. Mrs. Clarke and young Frederick and David Clark are
shown with a group of Clrake's co-workers. The retiring employe plans to make him home In New Orleans, La. (US. Army Photo).

House Committee Nixes Ike's
Bid For Interest Rate Hike

o
WASHINGTON (UPI)- The
House Ways & Means Committee
today rejected by an almost
jstraight party-line vote President
Eisenhower's "must" request for
higher interest rates on govern government
ment government bonds.
The action was a major defeat
for the President, who only last
week had assigned a priority lab label
el label to the proposed legislation. He
aad Treasury Secretary Robert
B. Anderson had insisted i t s
nactment wag vital to help them
manage the public debt more
loundly.
By a 14-11 vote, the committee
tabled the President's request,
ending weeks of deliberation dur during
ing during which it had twice previously
approved the proposal in a com compromise
promise compromise form on a tentative
basis.
Eisenhower had asked that Con Congress
gress Congress remove the presest 4V per
eent ceiling on interest the gov government
ernment government may pay on large-scale,
negotiable bonds so that the
ihnnHs unnlrl attract more buvers.
Investors have been passing up
these bonds in favor of more lu lucrative
crative lucrative securities.
He also asked that Congress
eliminate the present inter s t
ceiling on Series E and H savings
bonds.
Today's vote foreclosed any
possibility that Congress would
act this year to clear the way
for higher interest on the nego negotiable
tiable negotiable bonds. However, there was
st'il a chance the committee
might approve higher rates on
the E and H honds if the ad administration
ministration administration should decide to push
for that limited objective.
From the outset, the adminis administration's
tration's administration's major emphasis was on
the large-scale, negotiable bonds,
Because of the existing ceiling on
them, the treasury has been
forced to resort to sale of short short-term
term short-term notes and bills and other
securities of less than five years
duration to meet it financing
neds.
There is no Interest lid on these
short-term securities, but the ad administration
ministration administration contended this meth method
od method of financing was inflationary.
The administration's proposals
were shelved in a motion by Rep.
Frank Ikard fD-Tex.). Fourteen
Democrats acked Ikard's mo
is

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tion. Ten Republicans and Rep
Burr Harrison (D-Va.) opposed it.
Before the committee session,
Ikard approached Republican
committee members about the
possibility of approving only the
relatively non-controversial pro
posal regarding savings bonds.
But GOP memoers rejected this
piecemeal approach and Ikard
moved to table the whole pack
age.
The administration's request for
higher interest on bonds bad en'
countered sharp opposition from
liberal Democrats from the out
set.
Many of them contended that
monetary restraints imposed by
the federal reserve board to fight
inflation had made the cost of
borrowing money unnecessarily
high for both the Treasury and
private individuals.
To appease these Democrats,
the committee weeks ago coupled
with its initial tentative approval
of the bond-interest legislation an
amendment expressing Congress'
belief that there should be some
revision in the federal reserve
board s monetary policies.
The amendment specified that
when the board felt it desirable to
increase the supply of money, it
should to so to some extent
through thB purchase of govern
ment bonds.
Mrs. Cleo Campbell
Dies In Jamaica;
Husband, Sons Here
Word reaching here yesterday
reported the death of Mrs. Cleo Cleopatra
patra Cleopatra Campbell, a former Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian resident, Monday morning
in Kingston, Jamaica.
Burial is scheduled to take
place on the arrival of her son,
Bruce, who left here today for
Kingston.
The wife of Panama City sec second
ond second hand dealer John H. Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, she is also survived by two
more sons, John and Woodrow.
residents of Panama City; and
her daughters: Vinton, in the
United States, and Mrs. Sybil Co Cooper,
oper, Cooper, of Jamaica.

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One Fatally Slabbed
In Miami Melee
Among 200 Cubans
MIAMI, Aug. 19 (UPI) Police
waded into a mob of about 200
persons to break up a wild free-for-all
among a group of Cubans
here last night in which one per
son was stabbed to death.
Nine other cubans were arrest
ed from tht group of 30 or more
that witnessed the knifing.
The fracas broke out in front uf
a small open-front lunch stand
near the post office, only a few
blocks from busy Flagler Street
Some of the youths were armed
with tire-iron knives, police said.
The fight rapidly spread to a
parking lit adjacent to the post
office where it continued until pol
ice managed to restore order sev
eral minutes later.
First reports were that the dis
oute stemmed from an argument
between anti-Castro and anti-Batista
factions living here.' But de detectives
tectives detectives said later the outburst
apparently had no connection
with politics.
Officers said the fight started
over insults about some of the
youths' shaved heads.
The stabbing victims was ident
ified as a young Cuban-American,
Jose Gavilla,, who lived in Mia
mi. He died en route to a hospi
tal.
Medical Research
Speeded-Up By US
CHICAGO (UPI)- The federal
government has taken a "significant"-
lead in a speed-up of medi medical
cal medical research, Arthur S. Flem Flem-ming
ming Flem-ming said yesterday.
The secretary of health, educa education
tion education and welfare said about half
of the 573 million dollars spent on
medical research during fiscal
1959 was contributed by the fed
eral government.
Flemming said the speedup ap approached
proached approached a crash program, but
warned that "you just can't go
out and buy a breakthrough."
"The limiting factors in what
we term a crash program are
manpower and facilities," Flem Flemming
ming Flemming told newsmen before he
dedicated his department's new
regional headquarters here.
Flemming said there would be
"sufficient funds available" to be begin
gin begin any approved projects in can cancer
cer cancer research during 1960.
The National Cancer Institute
will have about 100 million dollars
at its disposal during 1960, he
said, compared with 75 to 78 mil million
lion million dollars available during 1959.
SWIMMERS SING BLUES
WATERLOO, O W A (UPI)
Clear, blue water Is what every everyone
one everyone wants for swimming; but
there was too much of a good
thing here yesterday. Water in
one of the town's pools turned
purple. Authorities believed a
prankster tossed dye Into the
water.
VIGOUR RESTORED,
GLANDS MADE YOUNG
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suffer from nerve, brain or phynlcij
weakneai, you will And ha.ppineei and
health In a new American Laboratory
method which reetore youthful vigour
and vitality. It la a dimple home treat treatment
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.American Laboratory and la very eaay
to take. It aota directly on your
Klanda, nervea and vital organa, and
worka ao well you can aea and feel
new bodily power and vlfcour In a
hort time. Because of Ita natural ac action
tion action on (lands and nerves your brain
power and memory often Improve
notably.
This new (land and v1(our restorer
sailed Vl-Taba has been tented and
proved In the United States and la
now available at all drugstores here.
Oet Vl-Tabs tablets from your drux drux-(Ist
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the bl( Improvement Take the full
bottle, which lasts sight days. It will
make you full of vigour, energy and
vitality, and you wtjl feel year
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Meany Says Congress Likely
To OK Labor Killing Bills

UNITY HOUSE, Pa. (UPI) -AFL-CIO
President George Meany
gloomily conceded1 today that
Congress was likely to approve
"killer" labor legislation because
"anti labor forces are riding
high."
Meany spoke out after the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO executive council made a fi final
nal final appeal to the Senate-House
conferees to reject what it calls
union busting provisions in two
pending reform bills.
The AFL-CIO has condemned
both a Senate-passed measure and
a House-approved Landrum-Grif-fin
bill, but has made clear it re regards
gards regards the House version as the
less detrimental.
"We hope that the less detri detrimental
mental detrimental provisions in the bills will
be adopted but we're not optimis optimistic.
tic. optimistic. "We're quite definitely in a
bad fix."
He said passage of the "killer"
bill similar to Landrum Griffin
would weaken decent unions and
lowers wages of both unionized
and unorganized workers in the
guise of combatting corruption.
Organized labor's prediction that
it would lose the fight over labor
reform was formalized at Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's council session at this union-owned
Pocono Mountain Re Resort.
sort. Resort. I think we'll survive," Meany
added "Wp have dib u
v ftuiiv. )aai LIIC
day when you can destroy the
trane union movement."
The council blamed leading bus business
iness business organizations for inspiring
restrictive legislation. It said:
"Under a smokescreen of talk
about corruption, the NAM (Na-
tlonal Assnriatinn nf M..,,(..l..
i,iauuiai.iu'
ers) and its allies are seeking to
tip the Taft-Hartley scales still
mum in iavor ot employers and

against workers. They want to

weaken unions in collective bar-
gamine."
Meany denied that the AFL-CIO
would change its political outlook
because of the 229-201 House vote
in favor of the Landrum-Griffin
measure. Asked about possibili
ties of a labor third party, he re
plied, "I don't think we have
reached that point."
Rome AFL-CIO officials were
convinced that speaker Sam Ray-
burn (D-Tex.) either did not throw
his full influence against the
House-passed measure or is los
ing his power over southern Dem
ocrats. Of 95 Democratic votes
for the bill, 92 came from south
ern or border state congressmen
The AFL-CIO Mgh eommand
aimed its criticism at new curbs
on picketing, boycotts and a so
called "bill of rights'' for rank
and-file members in the House
measure.
It said the boycott restrictions
may be unconstitutional and oth other
er other provisions would make it near nearly
ly nearly impossible to organize non nonunion
union nonunion workers.
"I'm quite sure the NAM and
the Chamber of Commerce are
the authors of this bill," Meany
told newsmen. He said the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO did not expect the conference
committee to improve the legis legislation,
lation, legislation, partly because the com committee
mittee committee has a "blackjack" poised
over it. Republican senators have
threatened to discharge the com committee
mittee committee and seek Senate approval
of the House bill if no committee
report is ready in seven days.
In a move to reduce internal
friction, the council decided to
name a special subcommittee to
review methods now used to set settle
tle settle inter-union feuds.

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Bitter Feeling Prevails
Over LA Demo Convention

LOS ANGELES (UPI) Los
Angeles,- bowing to the will of
Democratic National Chairman
Paul Butler, is assured the party's
national convention next July.
Cost:
An estimated $450,000 ($100, ($100,-000
000 ($100,-000 more than the original $350 $350-000
000 $350-000 bid).
Surrender of program rev revenues
enues revenues amounting to about $150,-
000.
Acceptance of 1,500 convention!
5.000
And possible lasting bitter
feelings within party ranks.
Los Angeles' retention of the
convention was announced early
today after an emergency meet
ing between Butler and civic and
party leaders.
The announcement came only
eight hours before Butler's ulti ultimatum
matum ultimatum to throw open bids to
other cities for the convention if
his terms were not met.
Local civic and party leaders
formed a new host connmittee suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding the one led by oilman
Edwin Pauley who bowed out of
the affair, declining a post in the
new group. He remained at his
Honolulu estate, not bothering to
attend Monday's meeting.
Dan A. Kimball, former Navy
Secretary and now president of
Aerojet-General Corp., will run the
new committee as its executive
chairman. Mayor Norris Poulson
and County Supervisor Frank G.
Bonelli will serve as the new
committee's co-chairmen, the
saime posts they held in the orig original
inal original committee.
Mark Boyar, developer and
Southern California finance head
of the Democratic National Com-
Wedding Reception
Turns Into Melee.
10 Go To Hospital
NAPLES. Italy. (UPI)- Maria
and Gennaro Julio went on their
honeymoon today, leaving 10
members of the wedding in band
ages and 13 others under arrest.
For a wedding, it was a won wonderful
derful wonderful fight in the Capo Posillipo
district. The melee occurred in
the reception room of a restau restaurant
rant restaurant when the groom's mother,
Assunta, insisted she had the
right to be photographed with the
couple cutting the wedding cake.
The best man said it was his
right. The guests chose sides and
the fight began.
Fists swung. Glasses, bottles,
plates, salami, dishes of spaghet spaghetti,
ti, spaghetti, ice cream, chairs, tables and
drunks of the wedding cake flew
around tne room.
The bride fainted. The bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom fled.
, When police arrived to make
wholesale arrests, 10 of the guests
had to be taken to a hospital for
treatment of cuts and bruises.
The newlyweds were absolved
of blame and permitted to leave
on their honeymoon.
NOTICE TO
AIRCRAFT PILOTS
The New Gorgona atrtrlp
has been closed on my or orders
ders orders for safety reasons.
JOHN A. RIDGE Jr., owner

mittee, will be head of the new
finance committee, taking the post
previously held by Pauley.
Boyar told Butler he expected
to raise a total of $450,000 to
bring the convention here.
He said he hoped to raise the
money which includes, as did the
original bid, $100,000 pledged joint jointly
ly jointly by the city and county through

unconditional pledges not predicat
ed on the sale of convention tic-
keU.
hoped-for 5,000 tickets to the high
est bidder in order to raise the
cash. He had fought against giv giving
ing giving up prpgram revenues and
other "fringe benefits" such as
paying certain construction costs
at the convention as well as for
the large bloc of tickets.
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Dirksen Doubts
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Wind Up Aug. 29
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Scut
Republican leader Everett M.
Dirksen (111.) said yesterdaj kit
best guess was that Congrjea will
adjourn the Labor Day week emd
of Sept. 5
Dirksen said he doubted- that
Congress could windup .by Anf
29, as some have predicted
Democratic leader B. Johnson
Tex. would make no prediction.
But he said the Senate ought to
start preparing for late meeting!
and possibly Saturday sessions a
the days ahead.
DIES
TOKYO (UPI) Chanram
Chi, 93, deputy to the Chineso
Communist National People'i
Congress and director of the Hall
nf Ciilurp and HV-rv of Shane Shane-hai,
hai, Shane-hai, died yesterrfiy in Shan?"
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PAGI FOUR

til PANAMA AMERICAN A 1NDEFENDENT DAILY KEWSFAPEB
WEDNESDAY, At'GtST II, 1ISI

Social and Otlt

ieriui5e

134,

anama

NrWS Or ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, PARTIES AND TRAVEL SHOULD BE MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WILL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 2-0740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.

TRADITIONAL GOLD FISH PRESENTED
VO DEPARTING MEMBERS OF IAWC COLON UNIT
Three members of Ihe Colon I'nlt of the Inter-American
W omen s Club were presented the traditional (old fish s Ire Ire-well
well Ire-well tills. The fifts were extended by Mrs. Hi poll to rernande.
who presided, to Mrs. Gunther Hirschfield, a past president:
Mrs Jack Kerr, who was elected president and formerly served
as hospitality chairman; and Mrs. Fred Vifll. assistant treasur treasurer
er treasurer for the past two years.
i

New committees appointed fur
the cominj club year are Mar
)m ,t ... '! l,pn i'nl''

IJ- 00, publicity, leoaonnua Jrn

a:. iMPiif i.;"' r.nn "'"
cedes Stone, cultural program,
,io,i.'" liPinm. m .i .i'! pa.
Rose Evans and Bianca Leone.
U, ..- -'H I. 'Ulh
Himes membership; Anita t'.on-
raif.. i ""r; '' k;;,
dosnky, Renee Pinto, Audrey Al Aloe
oe Aloe rs and .flif '.'""'' '",
pitalitv Julia Emiliano, Maria
Nino, Herminia Ricas and Raqu?l
(.,''" ',visor ivri
A letter of appreciation was
rP,l ,roii- VK'cn irihale'
Itudrnt who received the clubs
five-ear ,cholarship and Has
IU Trusted from Panam;.
University with a bachelor of law
Atj rff1
Plani. were .wdc for the mem

ng, hooked rug making, batea
liinting. Italian cooking and
iridge. .nterested club members
are advised to watch for further i
nlormation

Mrs K H Almonrode and pre presented
sented presented to them corsages made of

..o)(l I'll-
Members and their guests j
rli'iv i hi umber- costumes,
for the informed affair. Mm. T.
Kmmp ,miU',' ained by danc-.
ins Hawaiian style.
The door prize, silver bowl, don-!
aled by Casa Fastlich. was won,
it' .lr. ,1 ('mills.
It was announced that officers!
i ho 'oxl mx months are pre-1
sident. Mrs. Carleton G. Shead;
- cr nresidrnt. Mrs. K. A. Trirkeyl
secretary. Mrs. L. Corjo; treas-i
1 1 re i Mrs l( I). Hand ; hospi all- j
ty, Mrs. W. C. Jones; and hostess;
( lainiun Mrs C l.'nn Jr. as
si st rd by Mrs. J. D. Heriot.
I IoVps.m' (tip cniicc were

Mrs W. E. Waters. Mrs. F. J
Gibbons and Mrs K. M. Browder

Dr., Mrs. Ray.na
Rtturn T lithmus
Dr. and Mrs. Luis C. l.r in i,f
Panama City have returned from
an extensive tr through Mexico
and the United States.
While in Ihe Mates. Dr. Reyna
attended the seminar of the
World Contact Lens Congress 'n
Chicago.

k.t-cliin Pi- i

i.. i., irniitn dp la Guar r,;,ink,i wu...n'. n..u

Hlg .W I 'J' 13 www,.."-, a wvu
dis Jr.. wif. of the President Hai Popular 'Opn Housa'

M Tanama I he open horse sponsored riyl
the Cristobal Woman's Club at
Quarry Heights Club t lie new club huildin? in x' r?a-
H 'Slinwrck'" "off rita was well attendee! despite 'n-1
The Quarry Heights Women's rplmcnt weaker. ThP -ffa r vasl

Hub A"ei" coffee wj held directed by Mrs. B. F. Dowler

i .f U Hnirru I i. i

in me lounge "ir
jl-'-Mt Officer's Club last week.
The newlv-installed president.
Mrs. Carleton G. Shead. welcom--i
.k rw "'inhT' Vrt J. t'
Ashley Jr., Mrs. R. M. Piper and

Toastmnttri Nam
fnt' R-ranttiv
Bob Engelke nd Jim O'Rorke
nrrp sele ',, represent the
Isthmian To'"masters Club in
th .iDcomin' neech contest r'nr r'nr-ing
ing r'nr-ing last evening's meeting of the
club. The cootes, a joint affair
of the four local branches of
Tiiaslmqt'T- 'nteriTtinnnl. will
be held Thursday, September 17,
a' the Tivoli finest House.
The next meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Club will bp he1'' Tnesdiy.
September 1, at the Tivoli. Fur-i1-
in'ormatinr, rogaHino Toast Toast-masters
masters Toast-masters may be obtained ba cal calling
ling calling Cdr. S E Tfivlor, Navy 2434.

:enpral chairman, and !'

workers.

w'-irds

him

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W. Grady, Margaret Stanley,
F'lith Cot'on VI ariorie Orr )' O
Engelke, J. Manning. Betty Dun Dun-car,
car, Dun-car, B M Gilt-rrv. r- Sibe.
Lottie Tinnin, Gary Irving, Glen-
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Elsie Millspauch. Elvira Bleak-

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Neeley. Beverly Ebdon,
Uni ItnLort Arnold. Mil

died Neelev, Bill Crump. Joan
hi. 'prison l"d?" "ll, Miss
Marsh, Helen Rushing, Rose
wpbster. Tarol MoopeUn' frn
Orvis, Robin Smith, Dorothy Van-lit-"
nn'i Mrs. Mannins.
Club officials have announced
that "pw ar's qnd crafts classes
re being formed In buck weav-

rONTIN-UID ON tk.r. nvi)
Meetina?
S.Uy ClreU
The Fifth Study Circle of
Rp'vpr; Crprti ("oo-srative will
meet this evening at 8 it the Se-
nth Street meeting place in Co Colon.
lon. Colon.

VHIionatre Club
The Millionaires Social and
S'ior in? Hi'b vvill meet Friday
evening at 7:30 at the residence
of Huey Howard.

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Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Rep. Graham
A. Barden (D-N. C), speaking of
eil'oris by a Senate-House commit committee
tee committee to reach a compromise
beiween a tough House labor re reform
form reform bill and a milder Senate
measure:
"We'll get along all right. Con Conferees
ferees Conferees always have worked out
something."

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SANTIAGO, Chile Venezuelan
I'oreign Minister Luis Arcaya, de describing
scribing describing the significance to the
Organization ot American States
of the "Santiago Declaration"
condemning dictatorships:
"We ar no longer merely a
forum lor ek-gan, uiscussion. We
caji now respond to the real as aspirations
pirations aspirations of our peoples."

LONDON Mrs. Nelson A.
Rockefeller, telling how she and
ner husbanc leel about the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming marriage of their ion
Steven and Anne Marie Kasmus Kasmus-sen,
sen, Kasmus-sen, who once worked as a maid
in the Kockeieller home:
"We could not be more pleased.
My future daughter-in-law is a
wonderful girl. I think the young
couple will be wondenully happy.''

HESLEDEN. England The
Rev. William Bosley, 55, convicted
last week ot -unken driving,
preaching a sermon in which he
apologized to his congregation.
"He that is without sin among
you, let him cast a stone."

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IT RINGS PINI
HONG KONG (UPI) Pvt.
Peter Jensen 'of the 5th field re regiment
giment regiment was fined $25 today be because
cause because he won a bet. Jensen,

izz,, net a mend hp could swim
I frnm nno uina rtt th Clai 1Tai

fry Concourse' to another. He
made the swim. Later, however,
he was convicted of "alighting
from a ferry other than through
a proper exit."

Paraguay Pitch

Answer to Previous Punle

f?ji

ACROSS
1 Important
product of
Paraguay
I Tbi ia one of
inland
countriee of
South
America
I It if one of
the world'
watered
countries
12 Lohengrin's
bride
II Legal point
14 It has an
ot 157,000
aquare miles
15 Rotter
It Abstract being

niente
IS Poem

It fragrant wood

21 Drunkard
32 Damsel
24 Girl's name
26 Xuropeaa
finch
2 Maata
29 Collection of
i flyings
10 Goddeat of
the dawn
21 Faucet
12 Cleopatra's
snake
33 Plant parts
35 Cubic meter
31 Diadem
39 Dropsy
41 Make a
mistake
42 Requires
48 Through
47 Philippine
aborigine
49 Attempt

60 Persian fairy
51 Fillip
52 Individual
53 Wise ont
54 Domestic slave
55 Masculine
nickname

it Followers
DOWN
1 Beneath
2 Ignores
3 Hebrew
aacetic
4 Obese
5 Woody plant
( Travel
7 Lariuan
mountain
I Legal
profession
t Expunger

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10 Surgical
threads
11 Sample
19 Chinese
20 Sharp retort
23 .Southern
constellation
25 Grated
27 Snoozes
28 Bodies of
water
33 Bewitchers

S4 Scottish plaid
38 Reiterate
17 Become
manifest
38 Pester
40 Zodiac sign
43 Famous
British school
44 Sea eagle
45 Colored
48 Mimic
50 Greek letter

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READY FQR PLANTING Testing uranium ore with a geiger
counter, secretary Helen MeCord plays rock gardener at the
American Society for Metals, Cleveland, Ohio. The uranium is
one of hundreds of specimens forming a novel "mineral gar gar-V
V gar-V at the society's new offices.

WEAR A COSTUME SATURDAY
. to

"CARNAVALITO"
Presided over by AIDA 1 another gay court
Elf W
9:00 p.m.
Additional priie 2 Orchestras
for Best Comparsa Admiaion $1.50 p.p.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

NOKTH 21
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WE8T EAST
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SOUTH (D)
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North and South vulnerable
Sooth Wait North Eaat
2 N.T. Pass 4 V Pas
4 Pass Pas Pass
Opening lead 4 4

"7"
, THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn

The Jacoby transfer bid and the
Texas transfer are the same in re response
sponse response to an opening two no-tfump.
In other words responses at the
three" level are normal and four
level responses are transfer bids.
Hence, North's four heart bid de demanded
manded demanded that South go to four
spades.
With South as declarer West
was end played from the opening
lead. He opened the four of clubs.
Dummyplayed the nine, East the
jack and South won with the ace.
The ace and another spade put
West in again. He cashed his re

maining high trump and shifted to
the deuce of hearts.
South took three heart tricks dis

carding a diamond from dummy,
ruffed the last heart and led dum dummy's
my's dummy's last diamond. He played his
ten spot and West was in the lead
again.
He had three tricks but that was
as far as he could go. A diamond
lead would be ruffed and set un
South's king for a club discart
from dummy and a club lead would
give dummy's ten a trick.
tl

. J The bidding has been:
Eaat South Wert North
14. ?
' You, South, hold:
; 4,3 2 VAK 10985 4K7S 8 3
! What do you do?
; A Bid two heart. Thl mlht
i be your hand and the way to find

oat Is to bid.
TODAY'S QUESTION
West passes, your partner bids
two no-trump and East passes.
What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow

Errbl Flynn still can be count- j

f i ui mike Quae a

Rem tino Simpson, Lady

f.'.ii.oro rltvett, may make re-

Cu od 10 alike quae V
wherever he ppers. He nd manrk hoatfllnM Mam wmt
hs iec..-eJ .. eetie eau-- a; re.e wtnt9er as hoc -i-evi.

lot of commotion in an East: r'JV. r
s..e hotel's w.uimin Fl the, tarewf.l to Holly wol a. a.-other
other a.-other night when some oT
the oUier i usiomsra mi... 1-: of ""J? mr l"
advised comments on the Jl'f V" " m Ln"
n:. .a f.rroi' y, d,n w,th hU
flowered furiously. .Marlon .n ...
Brando s sister jocelyn, who ha: ,Irony ,occu" lvh
graced me Broadway, stage, is ? !- -butD.f,spe"tUy lhow
quite ill. Get ready for t business Billy Mttch.U, the new
novel new Gotham night club. J"""1 dt,I?iCOv'7' v
f "! Lf cai e l tae Kxotfque. and Itt this eolumn but
the entire interior-walls, ceiling "V .u, dv?Btat
u. l loo.- -v.!l be paved w i t h be"u h. t n thrtatntd
patent leather. The waitresses w'. uS?Ai y thr iBfi
.Ii ,e A-aroed ,o aiatch. nd (bndleders throuihout thi
coitn i-y w.io say thy'ro. named
Local gazettes might be fag-.Bdly Mitchell. So the beleafuf.
cinated by the reasons why aed BJUy os 'hanged h:s monik monik-tornic
tornic monik-tornic Ne,v Jefiev pre.s agent, jer to Bill Mitchum.
Max Roge, was handed the re-j
munerat.ve 'ecu mts of ine Rt-! Nina Shipman, who played the
publics of Korea and Nicara-; ;ough chorine in "Say One
Sua, both hacked liy I S. doJ-; For, Me," plans to marry writer
lars. .The James Roosevelts Cillrnar. when he sells his
have oo-ecl baby boy and! novel. .Marguerite Piazza is
named him Hall, after Mrs. 1 'I i'.akii' ix her Menj Menj-F.D.R.'
F.D.R.' Menj-F.D.R.' f i-lte iiro'iier .Ma-! phis-New York flight. On a

mie Van Doren has found plne'. e.-j-'net raught fire

soon reas(,.: 'o ii.hsii'h ner di divorce
vorce divorce from Ray Anthony. He's
An'oniu M i.ola. a scenic de designer,
signer, designer, and they have wedding
plans.

just out of Washington and the
Philadelphia, where they set
do-vn for h: hoiir delav.
Johnny Mathis is being talked
- 'i,n t 'rtine- ritla

Doctoii Are amaiod at tho Cheryl Crawford's upcoming
excellent shape Secretary of i "'"' ay entrv, "The Long
S'a Christian Horter is in. Drive". .

despite his arduous schedule.

"eh some'imas reemret an
11-hour work day. He's gained
few "oimds since akini on
the assignment, and seems to
H brivinn on it. .Musical

comedy performer Tommy Dix

Havo ajuot from Brfifi,
actress Clynis Johns: "I Mt
fuiciri't ...n a mt'
man over J5 who's unmarried.
I always wonder why. After
all, there has to ho a reason

Scollsboro Boy
Kills Wife, Sell
During Argument
NEW YORK (UPI)-A 42-year-old
Negro merchant seaman who
killed his wife and himself Sunday
was identified yesterday as one of
the nine Scottsboro boys who es escaped
caped escaped the electric chair in a nationally-publicized
rape case in the

1930's.
The sensational ScottsDoro, Ala.,
case grew out ;f the charge by
two white women that they had
been gang-raped while riding a
freight train. Nine youths were
convicted and sentenced to death,
but the Supreme Cour' reversed
the sentences twice. The case
dragged on for six years.
The body of the merchant sea-

i man was identified by his brotner

as Arthur Leroy Wright, the
youngest of the Scottsboro boys,
police said. Thev said Wright had

! shot his wife Kathleen, 36, and

then turned the gun on himself
after an argument in which he ac accused
cused accused her of being unfaithful.
His brother. James Wright, said
he would tell their mother in Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and arrange for her to be
here for the funeral.
Wright was 14 when the Scotts Scottsboro
boro Scottsboro case began in March, 1931.
Charges were eventually dropped
against him and four ethers, but
the other four were sentenced to
prison.

"i rr wita are ending it mavfco r fceceuie ho'
all. .Ricky Nelson seems to ; got a secret passion or there
hv flipped over an Oriental ; Hdteut mother living with
showgirl. him."
Jackie Gleason's pretty daugh-j War' to M-an mosouitoes
(he. Co of Arms bv Jackthi summer? Eat a banana, tt
Chernok, who's a nice combina-i vnak" more arrrave t
tio" nf vn"n" -nrf oooJ 'm'tin". the little creatures. .The X,v
. .The cast of "Sweet Bird ofl"' C""-'- a-f. 'rvfng to work.
Yo'itt-" i "abb ne about its nwn;out a familiar problem: Xavier
private romance pretty Madelyn nK- --. 'rnep''! ton mn-h
c Hvn0H (who nlays S v d n e y money. .Jjlly's, the 52nd St,
Blackmer's mistress in the dra-1"" ""i noplar Wih hov folk"
m -n ittr!lo'i"e 'dor. may have an East Side branch

urigitte Hardot and her new
p"?ni-"'. toqwes Cha r r i e r,
plan to form their own inde inde-""ndep
""ndep inde-""ndep flicker f'rr" so expect
fireworks between BB and her
'"n"-'1"" mentor. Raoul T,evv.
It could be a contest similiar to
th" one Marilvn Monroe had
with photographer Milton
C-rppne. .K-"amnle of the '"'re
of shew business: David Mer-rtf'-
pnHioriinff for a role in
"Take Me Along"1 that will mean
op'" two min",',s onstage
had to screen 285 eager actors.
"ornld IJovH nlana. to reissue
his silent screen hits in the fall,
a H Charlie Chaplin. He'll de definitely
finitely definitely add a musical back background,
ground, background, but he's undecided a a-bout
bout a-bout putting in dialogue. .Pos .Possibly
sibly .Possibly nertinent note on the war
between the sexes: It costs the
a new Air Force volunteer, but
'hreacs for his WAF counter

part come to $275.48.

m

soon, ine management is in
landlords in a more lush sector.
Senate Grants
More Time For
Claiminq Refunds
WASHINGTON, (UPl)-The Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate yesterday passed a bill ta
gran more i me lor claiming in in-come
come in-come tax refunds where the re refunds
funds refunds result from renegotiatidn cf
government contracts.
The usual limitation for claim'
ing them is three years. If a re renegotiation
negotiation renegotiation included an order o
eliminate past profits, the mea measure
sure measure orovices that a claim could
be filed anytime within a year
air the order is issued.
The bill now goes back to the
Housp for approval of minor
amendments.

CLOSE SHAVE
NEW YORK (UP!) Police
rushed to the post office last
n'ljht lo investigate a ticking
package and coutiously opened it.
irsVi was battery-powered
electric razor.

CL0VERBL00M SPICE CAKE

4 Cup Cloverbloom Butter
1 Cup sugar
t Well beaten eg;
Z't Cups sifted cake flour
ZM Teaspoons baking powder
1 Teaspoon salt

1 Teaspoon cianamen
Vs Teaspoon nntmer
Va Teaspoon allspice
"4 Teaspoon clove
H Cup milk

Cream butter, blend in sugar and add ggt. Add flour,
sifted with dry ingredients, alternately with milk.,
Bake in 2 8. inch square cake tins in 37S F, oven for
25.30 minutes. Frost with butter icing, maple flavor,
ed. Decorate cake with toasted coconut or chopped
pecans.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST-M, 1SS9
TKX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NXWSFAPEB
PA6I PtVI
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LEAVING C J!. Wesley E. Zora (right), chief of the civilian
utilization branch, civilian personnel, 5700th Air Base Group,
discusses utilization problems with Edmund S. Shaw, civilian
personnel officer. Zora has been in Civil Service in the Canal
Zone for 28 years. He will leave the Isthmus Aug. 27 for a new
position at headquarters, Tactical Air Command, Langley ATB,
Va. He will be accompanied by hia wife Mary and children,
Danny, eight: Fredric, seven; and Heidi, four. The children
have never left the Isthmus.

Panama
Three officials of the Panama
Canal Company-Government are
on 'the board the Panama Line's
Cristobal which sailed Friday from
New York and is due to dock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in Cristobal.
They are John D. Hollen, chief of
the Executive Planning Staff, accompanied-
by Mrs. Hollen and
their son; Warrert H.- Smith, chief
of the Safety Branch,, with Mrs.
Smith and their daughter; and R.
O. Theriault, assistant director of
the Supply and Community-Service
Bureau, and Mrs. Theriault.
A total of 210 passengers will dis disembark
embark disembark at Cristobal, many of
them families with young children,
returning from vacations in the
States just before school reopens.
The complete passenger list is as
follows :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Allen
and daughter; Mr. and' Mrs. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence E. Ames and four children;
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Badonsky and
two children; Mrs. Joan Bailey
and three cWWren; Mr. aBd Mrs,
J. D. Barnes and two children; Mr.
and Mrs: Ronalds M tirome ard
daughter; Mrs. Anha'L. Beckley.
Mr. and Mrs.. Carlton S- Bell and
three children; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert W. Blades and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur L. Blystone and two
children; M. and Mrs. Kenneth R.
A. Booth and two children;. Mr.
and Mrs. Ronal dM. Brome and
son; Mrs. Carl J. Browne and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L.
Boonviri and three children; Mr.
and Mrs. Michael J. P.urza and
three children; and Mrs. Frank N.
Bowers and daughter.
Mrs. Ellen P. Castles and daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Miss Katherine I Clark; Mr.
arid Mrs. Albert B. Collins and two
children; Miss Donna C. Dolven;
Albert C. Dowell; and Miss Marcia
Jane Dubbs.
3Vjr. and Mrs. Wilbur B. Fall and
two children; Miss Ethel Ferguson;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur French and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Willard F
French and son; Mrs.. Adeline G.
Ford; Mr. and Mrs. Mario Galin
di; Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gar Garcia
cia Garcia and two children; Mrs. There Theresa
sa Theresa E. Geyer and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. John G. Haky and three
children; Mr. Milton J. Halley .and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Leonard
ard Leonard S. Hart and two children- and
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Holleh and
son.
Mercury Soars
In 'Hot Town'
KENT FURNACE, Conn (UPI)
This town was almost as hot as
iljs name yesterday when the tem temperature
perature temperature rose to 99.
;The mercury- also topped the
90-degree mark in Satan's Kirl' Kirl'-rtom'at
rtom'at Kirl'-rtom'at New Hartford and Devil's
Hopyard at East Haddam.
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MEMORIAL TO J. K D. Youthful Viennem culptor Carlo
Wimmer works on a bust of John Foster Dulles, the lute U.S.
secretary ctete. Dulles' family commissioned the work.

liiiBiiii
;xr:JS:;-
alllngo
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Ilund
and three children; Mrs. Agnes P.
Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Jones and three children: Mr. and
Mrs, Judson P. Jones; Mr. and
Mrs., Richard E. Kresge and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Walter G.
Laurie and son; Mr. and Mrs. Syd Sydney
ney Sydney T. Linda and two children; and
Mr. and. Mrs. William J. Luby.
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin and
five children; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mills and six children; Mr. and
Mrs. DeWitt E. Myers and three
nhiiHrpn- Miss Kathrvn Nehring;
Mr. and' Mrs. Fred A. Newhard
and son; Mrs, M. P. Picard Ami
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Pappert; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard L. Pennington and two
children; and Dr. and Mrs. How Howard
ard Howard C. Pritham and four children.
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Red Redmond
mond Redmond and three children; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward S. Reynolds and two
children; and Miss Grace J. Rid Rider;
er; Rider; '
Walter T. Schapow; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert C. Schroeter and two
nhildrpn: Mr. and Mrs. Roy A.
Sharp and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Warren H., Smith ana aaugn aaugn-ter;
ter; aaugn-ter; Miss Janice D. Spencer; Mr
and Mrs. George O.'Tarflinger and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Tatman and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Rapul Theriault; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter M. Trasavage and
daughter; Fred E. Wells: Mrs.
Pauline A. Wftt and three children;
and Miss Cecelia Wensing.
Comedienne To She
Sixth Hwbbv, Says
Ex-No. i Manner
NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UPI) -Cnmedianne
Marthi Rave will
shortly seek a divorce from her
-'-th hi'"hind. fornT "'estpnrt.
Conn,, policeman Bob O'Shea, her
manager, Nick Condos, said to to-cay.
cay. to-cay. Condos, who was Miss Raye's
fo'ii'tii 'hi'shnnd "i'l she lelohon lelohon-ed
ed lelohon-ed him last night from Miami
Kf-uh ?nd ronorted 'hat she and
O'Shea had separated.
"She is decolv distressed, "Con "Condos
dos "Condos said, "because she wanted
this marriage to last. I oin't tell
you what happened. All I know is
tat it's o"er and she is contem contemplating
plating contemplating a divorce."
Miss Raye O'Shea met sev several
eral several years ago when he was on
'be nol'ce force in Weslport. She
hired him as a bodyguard at her
home there
After O'Shea's wife divorced
him. he marred the comedienne
in Teaneck, N. J., last november.
Mrs. O'Shea later sued Miss Raye
for $50,000 for alienation of affec affections
tions affections and received a $20,00 out-of-court
settlement.
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Lino s

Holed Jazz Pianist
To Be Among Judges
Al Contest Tonight
Panama-born New York pianist

Luis Russell, who ia vacationing
on ihe lUhn.iii. will be one oil
three judges tonight of a singing i
contest between two groups ot the
Wesley Guild it Geddes Hall
here.
' The program, which will begin
at 7:30 p.m., includes a scrap scrap-book
book scrap-book exhibition during which
prizes w II be awarded for the
best presentation.
Ktissell, who wis born in Bocas
del Toro, at one time toured the
U.S. -nd Canad. with a band he
formed with Louis (Satchmo)
Armstrong. Afte 'he band broke
up. he was Armstrong's accom accompanist
panist accompanist for manv years.
As guest artist on tonight's pro program,
gram, program, Russell will play a few se
lections from the classics, at
which he is also i master.
Other judges will be Oscar Den-
P'sOn, A. Dnttin anc Mrs. a.
Skeete of Colon.
Dues
mm
(IIURCUE&
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CunHav service at Christian
Churches in the Panama Canal
Zone will bring out how the unoe. unoe.-standing
standing unoe.-standing of God as divine Mind
brings health and harmony.
John's account of the healing
by Chris' Jesus of the impotent
man at the pool of Bethesda (Ch.
5) is presented in the Bible read readings.
ings. readings. The lesson-sermon is entitl entitled
ed entitled "Mind."
From "Science and Health with
Kev to the Scriptures" by Miry
Baker Eddy will be read the fel fel-lowing
lowing fel-lowing (339:2528): "The basis of
all. health, sinlessness, and im
mortality is the great fact that
God is the only Mind; and this
Mind must be not merely believ believed,
ed, believed, but it must be understood."
Thp Golden Text is from Psal.ms
(147:5): "Great is our Lord, and
of grext power: his understanding
is infinite."
Nimitz War Saqa
To Be Televised
By CFN Saturday
"The Admiral NimiU Story"
will be shown over CFN-TV Sa Saturday
turday Saturday at 5:45 p.m.
Reports from critics states that
the film, one of "The Big Pic Picture"
ture" Picture" series, captures the times,
the battles and the spirit of the
man hin-cptf Admiral Nimitz's
brilliant World War II victories
included 'hosP at Midway, the Co Coral
ral Coral Sea, Okinawa and the Philip Philippines.
pines. Philippines. Funeral Services"
For Prince Jordan
Tomorrow At 1 p.m.
Funeral services for the late
Prince G. Jordan, who died at his
home in Juiji Diaz last Saturday,
will be held tomorrow at 1 p.m.
in the Coroza Chapel. Burial will
follow in the Corozal Cemetery.
Mr. Jordan was 65 years old
and a native of Barbados. He is
survived by his widow, lona; his
sons, Carl, Albert and Leon (a
U.S. resident); his brother, Nath Nathan
an Nathan Douglas, and several grand grandchildren
children grandchildren and other relatives.
Costa Rican Croup
Plans Festivities
For Friday Night
Final arrangements have been
made for a "Nite of Fun" Ftiday
at the French Society Hall. The
event is being sponsored by the
Costa Rican Philanthropical
Group and will start at 9 p.m.
Several prizes will be awarded
during the even.ng's festivities.
Night Of Fun
The Mystic Rose Social and
Welfare Group will hold a night
of fun Saturday night at 7:30 at
N. 7-65 'I" Street. Panama City.
All friends are invited.
FAILURE FOILS SALE
NEW YORK (UPI) Televi Television
sion Television salesman Jack Gilbert had
just wrapped up a sale today
when the electricity wem on in
this city's worst power failure in
history. The customer then decid decided
ed decided not to buy the set.
TODAY ENCANTO -35-20
Gregory Peck In
"PORKCHOP HILL"
Bob Hope in
"ALIAS JESSE JAMES"
rpRTvE-IN i
I 7.00 Today! 9.00
I
POPULAR NIGHT I
$1.10 per CAR!
GORDON MacRAE
Kathryn GRAYSON in
"DESERT SONG"
Ift TECHNICOLOR!
I
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I
Tomorrow!

I ONE DAY RELEASE!
JACK HAWKINS I
Gia SCALA in
IThe Two Headed Spyjj

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HONORED ON RETIREMENT Six civilian employes of the TJ.S. Army Caribbean Engineer Sec Section
tion Section were commended aa they retired from US government service. From left, in the rear row,
are Col. S. G. Spring, USAJtCARIB engineer, who officiated at the retirement ceremonies; Gre Gre-gorlo
gorlo Gre-gorlo Benitez, John Hag-borg and Jos6 de la Cruz Bellldo. Seated are Luis Borja, Anderson
Olstead and John Clarice. Benitez for many years has been employed by the building's main
tenance section, Office of the Post Engineer at Corozal. Hagborg, who has over 18 years of
Federal service, has been with the Engineer Section for more than 13 years. Retiring as a gal galley
ley galley equipment mechanic, he expects to make his home In California. Bellido, a painter and la laborer,
borer, laborer, entered Federal employ In April 1940 and except for two short breaks in service has been
working for the Army since that time. A worker with the roads and grounds unit, Borja is re retiring
tiring retiring after 17 years of service, all of which has been with the engineers. He plans to live in
Santa Marta, Colombia. Olstead, who has 39 years of government service, was a maintenance
man with the post engineer, Atlantic Area. He la a resident of Col6n. Another Colon resident,
Clarke was on maintenance duty with the post engineer, Atlantic Area. He worked for the
U.S. government for a total of 26 years, 17 of which were with the Engineer Section.
(U.S. Army Photo)
53 Firemen Taken To Hospital
After Kansas City Gas Blaze

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (UPI) -A
huge itorage tank exploded yes yesterday
terday yesterday and spewed a wall of flam flaming
ing flaming gasoline over firemen at a
combination service-bulk station,
killing one and injuring mors than
60.
Vireil Sams. 28. a Kansas City.
Mo., fireman, died of severe burns
at St. Margaret s Hospital about
five hours after the explosion.
Five other firemen from the
Missouri department remained in
critical condition.
A total of 53 from both Kansas
City, Mo.f an Kansas City Kan.,
were taken for- ffositals and w re remained
mained remained for treatment after the
others were released.
There was no official estimate
of the number injured.
More than a dozen other fire firemen
men firemen were overcome by heat and
smoke before the explosion and
several firemen, police and spec
tators received minor burns in
helping the injured out of the wall
of fire.
Director Edgar Grass of the
Kajisas City, Mo., department suf suffered
fered suffered a cut over he eye and
burns on the face.
Grass was about 30 feet behind
a line of some 50 firemen pouring
streams of water and foam on
the lake of flame when the last
tank exploded and hurled the ti tidal
dal tidal wave of flaming fluid.
The firemen were knocked to
the ground in a mass of twisted,
flaming forms, five staggered 'o
their leet, their clothing ablaze,
and ran screaming. They were
tackled and rolled on the eround
by spectators, police and ambu ambulance
lance ambulance drivers to extinguish the
flames.
Another fireman, momentarily
crazed, raced to a group of spec

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tators and shouted, "corns on,
help me get those crisp guys ou'
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The blast hurled the hugs metal
tank into the street about. 60 feet
from where it stood. Three other
1,800-gallon tanks were crumpled
by explosions.
Seconds before the blast, Grass
had given an order for the fire firemen
men firemen to reatreat from the flames.

Daughter Says Dad
Hit Her With Iron
For Waving To Boy
SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI) Ed
ward Pfeiler Jr., 42, was arrested
and charged with aggravated as as-I
I as-I sault yesterday when his daugh daughter
ter daughter accused him of burning her
with an iron for waving at a boy.
The daughter, Clara, 18, went
to the sheriff's office and made
the accusations, according to au authorities.
thorities. authorities. She told them she fled
from her home and staved most
of th enight at the house of a girl
friend.
I The girl told officers her father
hit her in the s'omach with the
hot iron and threatened to "go
j after the boy".
j Pfeiler, first held in county jail
I in $2,000 bond, later was released
in $500 bond. He was slated to
appear before a justice of the
peace tomorrow.

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He said he heard a loud hissing
noise and "figured it was about
to blow."
Scores of ambulances had been
dispatched to the scene before the
series of explosions. The injured
were removed quickly by the shut shuttling
tling shuttling ambulances.
The fire started when a trans transport
port transport tanker truck was being load

ed at the service station. The
driver, James Mitchum, 33, Shaw Shawnee,
nee, Shawnee, Kan., was burned on both
arms and taken to Kansas Medi Medical
cal Medical Center. Two others in the sta station
tion station at th,e time, escaped injury
and gave the-alarm.
Fire Chief Francis Daugherty
of Kansas City, Kan., and Grass
saio t hey did not know how t tie
fire started, bu' understood that
the attendants were not able 'o
shut off a two-inch valve spewing
gasoline before they were fore
out of the building.
This stream of gasoline fed the
fire, at first confined to the rec rectangular
tangular rectangular white brick building and
to a sea of flaming gasoline that
covered the driveway of the serv service
ice service station and at times ran into
the street.
For an hour and a half fire firemen,
men, firemen, with 10 streams, beat the
flames back to their source at the
blazing tank truck, only to have
another wave of burning liquid
roll out.
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Social and

Bick-To-Scho6l Dinca
Saturday At Lagion Club J
odi iv j. ;iuji d .Dte for both
young and not-so-young will be
ponorvJ Saturday ee;i.ng by
American Legion Post One and
i; A'i..ur The j.jr'.y will
start at 8 p.m. at the American
Lc, on Ciu1) a. fort Amaicr.
The Esquires from Albrook will
pro; i !e musn 'r dancini. atul i : :-freshments
freshments :-freshments will be available at
reducei prices. Ticke s may oej
purchased at the door.
Doctors Wivai Club
Plans Coffee Meeting
The Doctors Wives Club have a
coifee meeting next l'iies-lay
morning at 9:30 at the Quarry Quarry-Heights
Heights Quarry-Heights Officers Club.
Isthmian Entertain
Noted Doctor
Of .vK-:ai .nterest on the Canal'
Zone will be the party given by
Mrs. Charles 0 Pollock' .in.' tier
daughter, Miss Bernice Pollock,
their house guests, Dr. and Mrs. i
!r ing S. Cooper of New York City.

' (i'T (':.. a. 23. and Michael
Miss Pollock formerly serve 1 astVizzoni, 11, both of KenilwortM,
a nurse at Gorgas Hospital. I and Sandy Notte, 15, of Nutley. 1
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Panama is Crossroads 'for Cargo Clippers
Linking Latin America and United States

Panama, aerial crossroads of
the Americas, becomes an Im Important
portant Important center for scheduled
all-cargo service when Pan Am American
erican American World Airways inaugu inaugurates
rates inaugurates September 3 between Latin
America and the United States.
The big Clippers, each capa capable
ble capable of carrying 17,500 pounds,
will make overnight stops at
Panama twice weekly on flights
between Caracas, Venezuela and
Los Angeles.
Panama is the only country
served on flights in both direc directions.
tions. directions. Flights from Los Angeles
which also serve Houston, Texas,
and Guatemala City arrive In
Panama on Sundays and depart
on Mondays. Flights from Cara Caracas
cas Caracas arrive In Panama on Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays and depart the next dav.
stopping at San Salvador. El
Salvador, en route to Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. The serv, assures that ship
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PARAISO 7:00
Santa
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"The
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Among the dinner guests was Dr.
Robinson Harley, also a forjnej
lumber of iht Gorgas staff.'
Dr. Cooper, noted neuro-iurg-
gt-on who nas been acclaimed for
his discoveries in Parkinson'i di di-easc.
easc. di-easc. i- lecturing at the AtlanUc,
City Hospital under the "Visitine
Chiefs'' program.
Soroptimiat Club
Has Tea Maatirx)
The regular tea meeting ; foir
memoers ol .-oroptimist Club''
was scheduled f today. Membert''
cnnvener" on the Ratio of the Pjl-
nama Hilton Hotel.
UNDERTOW DROWNS WADERS
KKAN'SBL'RG N..J. (UPI) A 1
23 year-old man and two boyi"
'nm 1 ..'Merday when hey''
were caught by an undeTtrtW'
-vhilc -vading in Raritan Bay.,
' "i f ? rls wh. were with '"H
three victims struggled safely t' ;
!i- hrins caught in 'h
undertow. The dead were Sal-
ments will travel on a space
reservation basis and eliminates
the possibility of delays such as
those caused by lost documents
in transfer from one airline to
another, and those arising from't
import-export problems.
The service provides for the'"
convenient shipment of heavy J
equipment often too large for
the holds of passenger aircraft ;
but easily loaded into the all-t
cargo freighters, and for the'-J
transportation of household
goods and personal effects of'
government workers moving be-
tween Panama and the States?'
Transiting Panama on the aJJiJ
cargo airliners win oe sucn pro products
ducts products as automobiles, tractors,
machinery parts, plastic ma-)
rials, chemicals, electronic '4r
qulpment, newsreel films, elec electrical
trical electrical equipment, powdered pof
fee, animals, and other pri4
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"THE DEFIANT ONES"
Also Showing Thursday!
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"MURDER byCONTRACT"
Thursday "Funny Face"
GAMBOA 7:00
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Friday!
"The Naked and The Dead"
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ICamp Bierd 7:00
Unholy
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The Fantastic
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m PANAMA AMEKICAA AX INDEPKIfDENT DAILY lTOfSFAM
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST. M, H5J
JUST FOR YOU

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Food buys like these flavorful
Elberta freestones are our special
way of serving you.
Crown sweet and tender in the
State of California and rushed to
Panama.They're real beauties the
size of a baseball and larger!

(lome in and see for
yourself the in any
other wonderful nays
Me can serve you...

Aisle after aisle of the most
exciting foods from all over the world Europe,
States, Far East.
A special delicatessen counter
filled with cold cuts and cheeses you can
have sliced right before your eyes.
Expert European butchers at your
beck and call, giving you choice cuts of
meats the way you want them.
Store hours for convenient,
comfortable shopping 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
daily, 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday,
7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sundays,

AND OTHER FRUIT SPECIALTIES
President & Kelsey Plums Legrand Nectarines
GRAPES MELONS
Italian Muscats Persians end Casabas
Ribiers Honeydews
Thompson Seedless Cantaloupes

We Give
Chico de Oro
Stamps

m d ca o ca a is
Panama's Most Complete Supermarket
Via Espana, just three blocks from El Panama Hilton

I

Double
Stamps
on
Weekends

TlWni I MlkirUEAkl lrs' '-e'anc' Stranathan, wife of Maj. Gen. Stranathan, commander of the Caribbean
MVULI LUNlntUri Air Command, was honored with a luncheon (in the Tivoli Guest House last week. Mrs.

Powel, hostess, (left)" is talking with Mrs. Stranathan (center) and Miss Ceci Heurtematte. Other guests were Mrs.
William E. Potter, Mrs. Ridgely Gaither, Mrs. Lewis S. Parks, Mrs. James W. Coutts, Mrs, Charles L. Dasher.
Mrs. George F. Schlatter, Mrs. John D. McElheny, Mrs. Edward T. Imparato, Mrs. Arthur P. Hurr, Mrs. Phil B.
Cage, Mrs. Charles P. Alexander, Mrs. Roberto E. Jarrell and Mrs. Joseph C. Stancock. (USAF Photo)

UlblArr blUb Room 0f the Tivoli Guest House to honr Mrs. H arold D. McCormick, wife of the pewly assign,
d USARCARIB signal officer. Over a pest luncheon cup of coffee Mrs. McCormick (wearing corsage) gets some tips

on life in the Canal Zone. (Army Photo)

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lICITIMr rtCCirlAIC An outst?-,u,i"8 social event in Panama City was a p.rty given at the Costa Ricnn
VISITING UiNUALj Embassy in Panama in honor of that country's foreign minister. Alfredo Vargas, who

was visiting on the Isthmus. Members of Protocol, tho Embassy and Consulate of Costa Rica were among; those at
tending.

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carnival" festivities last weekend.

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"tlliri Mfn WICC Newy-elected officers cf the Fort Gulick NCO Wives Club were installed during a din.
ClUULlx NLU WIYfcO ner meeting in the NCO Club. Filling the posts for the coming term art, from left
Vlrs. Betty Merrill, seci hi. u y; Mi u. Flo Henning, vice president; Mrs. Nancy Williams, 'president; and Mrs. Connlft
Morris, treasurer. Standing are board members Mrs. Alivi a Mills, Mrs. Terry Trask! Mrs. Frances Berger and Mrs,
Iva Balcazar. (Army Phote)



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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST It, 1S9
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AliT CVUIDIT "n8 frmal opening of the art exhibit by Panamanian artist Cuillermo Trujillo at the National
ARl tAnlbll Museum of Panama was attended by other outstanding artists and members of the Museum
8ociey. Pictured here congratulating Trujillo are Ciro Oduber, Mrs. Marianne Burkenroad and Miguel Aguila. The
xhibit is open to the public daily except for Mindays, during museum hours.

WELCOMING
LUNCHEON
Mrs. Harold D. MoCormick,
wife of the newly arrived
U.S. Army Caribbean signal
officer, signs the guest book
at the Tivoli Guest House.
She was honored at a lunch,
eon given by the Signal Wives
Club. With her is Mrs. Rich,
ard W. Dowell.
(Army Photo)

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j..mi.iv Lupt I. queen of Carnavalito festivities last weekend at the Union Club, receives the

UUttri tKUW NtU crown ditignating her royalty. The mid-year "little carnival" is annually an outstand-

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II, M5t
Don Newcombe Once More Tames Hated Giant

PAGE II6HT

Davey Moore 8-to-5

To Beat Hogan Bassey Tonigh

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18 (UPI) (UPI)-World's
World's (UPI)-World's featherweight champion
Davey Moore will risk his title to tonight
night tonight against the man he won it
from, hardhitting Hogan (Kid)
Bassey, the pride of Nigeria and
the British Empire.
Meere won the title an March
II at Wrifllty Fild in the 13th
round of a scheduled 15-roonder
whon Butty wai unable to con continue
tinue continue because tho blood which
wai flowing from cuts ovor both
mad K impossible for him to

Rickey Accepts Challenge;
Will Be President Of New
Continental Baseball Loop

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) Branch
Rickey, founder of the farm sys system
tem system and sponsor of the Negro in
organized baseball, took on an another
other another great challenge yesterday at
tine age of 77 when he accepted a
lob as president of the Continental
League.
In order to assume the $50,000-a-year
presidency of the proposed
third major league, Rickey will
resign as chairman of the board
of the Pittsburgh Pirates and sell
his stock in the club.
Basball figures agreed that
Rickey was chosen because of his
extensive experience and tremend
oim prestige, and also because of
his forceful personality, which
could be an asset in dealing with
m.inr lumw leaders who are not
yet completely "sold" on the third
league idea.
RICKIY APPEARS HEARTY
The energetic, bushy browed
Rickey, who has devoted 57 years
of his life to baseball, appeared
hale and hearty at a press con conference
ference conference summoned by Bill Shea,
chairman of the Continental Lea League
gue League founders group, prior to a
meeting with major league lead leaders.
ers. leaders. "I am confident our league will
start operating in 1961," rickey
asserted as he puffed on an ever ever-present
present ever-present cigar. "It is possible even
to operate in I960, but it is not
probable."
Shea said the negotiations by
which Rickey's contract was pur purchased
chased purchased from the Pirate? had the
apDroval of commissioner Ford
Frick.
"Mr. Rickey's help and his
guidance hav helped bring us to
the station where we are today,"
Shea said. "We pray the good
Lord will spare him so that he
my see a world series between
the Continental League and the
existing major leagues."
HAS BEEN INACTIVE
Rickey has been largely inac inactive
tive inactive in the Pittsburgh organization

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Promoter George Parnassus pre
dieted that the gross receipts at
the gate will be $50,000, which
would represent a crowd of 7,500,
with tickets at $7 general admis admission
sion admission and $25 ringside.
Each boxer will receive 30 per
cent of the net receipts and 30 per
cent of the television and radio
rioMt uhirh would make each

share $40,000.
Odds-makers have made Moore
an 8-to-5 favorite.
Moor has novtr boon knocked
out and hat a string of 14 coniec-
during the past two years since
he suffered a mild heart attack
after returning home from a con congressional
gressional congressional hearing in Washington.
In his characteristic blustery
manner, however, Rickey assured
everyone that his health would in
no way deter him from carrying
out the duties of his new job.
"My doctor says he thinks I'll
live just as long active as inac inactive,"
tive," inactive," Rickey commented. "Judas
priest! I'd rather die 10 minutes
sooner than be doing nothing all
the time.
Baseball's elder statesman, long
an advocate of baseball expan expansion,
sion, expansion, said he thought "we'll have
the support of both major leagues
and I'll not be surprised if we
get a great deal of help from
them." ,.
OFFERS CALBREATH STOCK
Rickey ha given John Gal Gal-breath,
breath, Gal-breath, president of the Pirates,
an option until Sept. 15 to buy his
958 Snares of stock in the club.
The sale price' is $200,000, the
amount Rickey paid for the stock
in October of 1950 when he joined
the Pirates organization from the
Brooklyn Dodgers.
Rickey's $50,000-a-year contract
at Pittsburgh still had 16 months
to run. Shea explained that the
Continental League simply had
assumed the a unused jxjrtWSi of
that contract.. In essence Rickey
thus signed a 16-month agreement
to serve as head of the third
league.
"Mr. Rickev didn't want the
job," Shea disclosed. "We had to
plead with him. The position re required
quired required a man of great dignity,
great ability and a man with a
pioneer background. We were not
able to convince Mr. Rickey Jo
take the job' until only yesterday?'
Although Rickey jokingly re
marked that his office would be
"in my coat pocket," Shea said
tfhe third league headquarters
would be in New York. Tempo
rarily, Shea's office at 41 egst
42nd Street serves the purpose.

Favorite

utive Victoria. Hit record it H
wim, five defeats and a draw.
Bassey, 27, has 55 victories in his
professional career, 11 defeats and
one draw. He has been stopped
three itmes, two of them due to
cuts over his eyes.
Both boxers are confident ol
making the 126-lb. weight limit
easily.
Playground
i
Sports
By: NEPTUNE
A urnnn nf kir c frnm Anrnn in-
vaded Taboga Island Sat Aug. 15
(Vi rr r iiihot a rl u v nf fnn euri mm.
KJ 1 1 ill J niiai u j a j vi j,un
ing, boating, hiking and last but
not leasi, eating. we naa a mar marvelous
velous marvelous day and the weatherman
realy gave us a perfect day of
sunshine with not a cloud in the
sky. He eouldn t have asked for a
nicer day.
Fvpn thD shark tnnk a Hav off
on seeing us invade their perfect
lsianc. the tide worked out just
right so that the boys and girls
looked likp iurrmincr hpans onina
off the Restinga porch into that
cool, clear, good for swimming
water.
The accomodations nffprprt nc
as a group at Restinga and down
in town the Chines Hotel and res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, served the hest fond that
can be baught anywhere and
Plenty ot it. Also person working
on tho launch wprp mnci acnm.
dating, we want to take this
means ot thanking them for a
wonderful day.
Now for the last hut tho hot
program planned for this summer
will be a hi? nirnip ot r:ore,K
--o i u. uniuuud
August 25. Anyone who has visit visited
ed visited OUr PVm muaninrr An.nn
or Gamboa gym. thi summer is
riivueo. to neip end our summer
with a bang up fun day.
We plan a tutr nf war u,ith
con versing Gamboa, then for the
mmiesi ooys ana girls runnin"
races, softball game for the big big-Ser
Ser big-Ser bovs and eirk inn if ih m,.
then volleyball game for the guys'
and dolls, then swim meet in a
compettive way, and meet any.
thing else nnp miohi tv,;i, r
.. - ""h" mum m LO
do to keep us busy and having
fun that day.
Now thpre will h u
to drink, weiner. and to top that
off ice-cream. Plans or for the
kiddies who attend to have fun
Ancon and Gamboa went in to-
Ito'hn. 1 l
c ,lr -mi uianneri inis doubling
up picnic combination field c!av
Fathers and mih. ; .. :
, ..mti ii yvu want
to meet enmo nf k
ii : yziavii res-
ro"sihl for your children's f..r
Tnl 0 0ii vh m it. n
at Gamboa, maybe you might 'be
challonseri to some- spor', versin
your children, that would be mori
flin Inin itAii
V 4 suess.
Heln nnr m'nnl
. r j. i"-'"- i." ue a success
oy sendine you children or child
along. Thoso kiddies rjing fr.,m
Ancon will momi a
v ."mi run gvm
by 9 Aug. 25 and we will board
Gym amboGa
We're hn:nn
. r tin persuade
a photographer to come alone
' : nav and set
Sntnp nir'nroc n! .;
. ... v.l inr i nrerenr act
ivities going on that day. WeTl
"liarnlecr him nil I.e p'n p jf
he"ll come alonp. Even keep him
frnm op n ...i .. r
' wnen the tug of
war is going on. K
This rf.iv .a.
nur summer
program come to an end. August
vie for first Place in basketball
Solo Margarita, Gatun. Gamboa,
. ,l 'l" I -onr'
tries in most nil th i
"hi'ch inp''n "A" n.. ,,r'
D and 'E".
ShnnM I n n i
a : ""r KPen competi competi-ion
ion competi-ion in that field. We've had fun,
In s sumnv :- :,s- P n j(!
come to and end in away another'
we re s,id ,chn- siaris soon and
we ll make new aquaintenances
in:' renpv.' nl'l friendships ve
realize while we are in school we
:" lavrin !,r !,,ppip,, ,:av, ofj
our life but to hear us yap about'
Jets' Al Jackson
Prime Factor In
Making Team Hot
"NEW YORK, Aug. 19-(TIPI)
Southpaw AI Jackson is a prime
factor in making the Columbus Jets
Ihe hottest team in the Interna
lional League.
Jackson won his third game In
nine days last night with a sue
cessful relief chore that gave the
Jets a 4-3, 10 inning victory over
Miami. It was the 10th win for Co
lumbus in the last 12 games.
Montreal exploded for 18 hits and
rallies of six and seven runs to
trounce Rochester, 14-4, and move
Into sixth place over the Red
Wings.
The league-leading Buffalo Bi Bisons
sons Bisons snapped a three-game losing
streak as Dallas Green shutout To
ronlo. 6-0, on seven hits Jack Phil
lips hit a grand slam home run to
luce the Buffalo attack.
Richmond and Hav:ina split a
(Inuhlrheader, the V'ees taking the
opener, 3-Z. and ine Migar Kings
returning for a 6 3 nightcap victn

iry.

Big Righthander Scatters
Eight Hits For Shutout;

odgers Edge Braves 7-6

By TIM MORIARTY

YORK, Aug.
now wear an irancisco
uniforms, the Giants are

Giants to big Don Newcombe.

And because of this hatred for
Bill Rigney's crew, which goes
back to his glory days in Brook
lyn, the big Cincinnati right-hand
er indirectly is helping his oia
Dodger teammates in their bid to
catch the Giants in the current Na National
tional National League pennant chase.
Newcombe, backed up by a 15 15-hit
hit 15-hit Cincinnati attack, turned in a
7-0 shutout victory over San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Tuesday night while the
Dodgers pulled to within two
games of the pace-setters by out outlasting
lasting outlasting the Milwaukee Braves, 7-6,
in a 13-inning, 4Mi hour marathon.
Big Newk now has a 51 season
mark ana a zz-ia career reiuiu -gainst
the Giants. In his latest ef effort,
fort, effort, Don scattered eight hits, fan fanned
ned fanned four and didn't walk a man.
He was in serious trouble only in
the first inning.. But with two men
on and one out,' Newcombe retired
Orlando Cepeda on a oul fly and
fanned Willie Kirkland.
Gus Bell and Whitey Lockman,
filling In for injured second bate bate-man
man bate-man Johnny Temple, paced the
Reds' attack. Bell ran his hitting
streak to 14 games with a single,
double and homer and drove In
three rum, while Lockman col collected
lected collected four hits against hit old
Giant teammates.
The Dodgers scored their winning
run against the Braves on a triple
by Wally Moon and Rip Repulski's
single off ace Warren Spahn, the
seventh Milwaukee pitcher. Spahn,
who entered the game in the 11th
inning, now has an 0-5 record a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Lo Angeles thi season.
Hank Aaron hit his 32nd and
33rd homers of the campaign, his
second of the game tying the score
at 6-6 in the bottom of the 11th.
Following that blow by Aaron, Lar Larry
ry Larry Sherry relieved Dodger starter
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 32S Official at Bats)
National League
C AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Milwau. 116 475 94 177 .373
Cun'ham, St. L. 112 350 47 122 .349
Pinson, Cinci. 120 505 105 467 .331
Temple, Cinci. 115 459 83 147 .320
Cepeda, S. F. 116 464 74 146 .315
Banks Chicago 116 437 78 137 .314
Boyer' St. L. 118 444 66 139 .313
Robinson, Cinci. 118 443 83 138 .312
White, St. L. 116 437 63 136 .311
Mays, S. F. 115 437 81 134 .307
American League
Kuenn, Detroit 104 411 73 145 .353
Fox Chicago 117 480 67 156 .325
Kali'ne, Detroit 101 388 67 156 .325
Woodling Balti. 109 348 ai ,i
Runnels, Boston 114 438 74 140 .320
Minoso, Cleve. 115 443 72 133 .300
Power, Cleve
114 464 JJB gi
111 415 79 119 .287
111 411 64 118 .287
88 329 54 94 .28G
Mantle. N. Y.
jTuttle, K. C.
Mans, K. u.
Runs Batted Tn
National League
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds ..
Aaron, Braves ...
Bell, Reds
Mathews, Braves
115
104
97
96
80
American League
Killebrew. Senators 92
Colavito, Indiana 89
Jensen, Red Sox 87
Maxwell, Tigers 77
Malzone. Red Sox 7
Home Runs
National League
Banks, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
V
34
33
27
23
American Tieajfu
Killebrew, Senatori 36
Colavito, Indians 35
Allison, Senators 27
Lemon, Senators 26
Maxwell, Tigers 26
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated on 14 or Mere 'Derisions)
National League
W
Face. Pirates ... IS
L Pet.
0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants ... IB
Drysdale, Oodgers . IS
Law, Pirates ... 13
Newcombe, Reds .11
American League
Shaw, White Sox ... 1?
Pappas, Orioles 13
MrLish, Indians ... 14
Wynn, White Sox . lfi
Lary, Tigers 15

7 .696
7 .682

19 (UPI) Although they

across tne iront 01 ineir
still the blankety-blank
Don Drysdale and hung on to gain
his fourth victory against two de defeats.
feats. defeats. In the only other N. L. action, the
Philadelphia Phillies, downed the
St. Louis Cardinals, 2-1, on a run run-scoring
scoring run-scoring single by Richie Ashburn
in the seventh inning. It was Ash Ash-burn's
burn's Ash-burn's first RBI since July 30. Bon
us pitcher Bob Miller twirled a
six-hitter in defeat while the Cards
collected 10 hits off Jim Owens.
The Chicago White Sox opened a
4 Mi game lead over Cleveland in
the American League race Dy edg
ing the Baltimore -Orioles, 6-4,
while the Washington Senators
handed the Indians their fourth
straight defeat, 11-4. The New York
Yankees turned back the Detroit
Tigers, 5-3, and the Boston Red
Sox nipped the Kansas City Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 5-4.
A two-run double by Nellie Fox
in the eighth inning carried the
White Sox to their comeback vic victory
tory victory over the Orioles. Baltimore
chased Early Wynn in opening a
4-2 lead in the fifth inning but Ger Gerry
ry Gerry Staley took over in the seventh
and pitched one-hit shutout ball in
posting his sixth victory against
three setbacks.
The Senators staged a six-run
rally In the sixth inning, featur featuring
ing featuring homers by Roy Sievert and
Lennie 'Green, in downing the
skidding Indians. Rust Kemmer Kemmer-er
er Kemmer-er (7-12) went the route for the
Nats, allowing nine hits, while
Washington bombed three Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland pitchers for 17 safeties.
Home runs by Yogi Berra and
Hector Lopez enabled the Yankees
to get an early 5-0 jump on their
longtime nemesis, Don Mossi, who
absorbed his seventh defeats a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst 11 victories. The Tigers ru ruined
ined ruined Art Ditmar's shutout bid with
a pair of runs in the eighth inning
but Whitey Ford came on to pre preserve
serve preserve the victory.
Frank Malzone scampered home
on a sacrifice fly by pinch-hitter
Gene Stephens in the ninth inning
to give the Red Sox their narrow
victory at Kansas City. The A's
had tied the score with a four-run
ralljf off Tom Brewer in the sixth
franie. Mike Fornieles then took
chai'ge and pitched three scoreless
innings.
Albrooh Victory
May Cost Team
Star Forward
By S-Sgt. DICK SHAFFER
Coach Lew Shealy's "here a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, gone again" Albrook "Fly "Flyers"
ers" "Flyers" tnrew Uiemselves into the
thick of the 1'AF Cage Loop flag
chase, Monday evening by de defeating
feating defeating the league leading Ft.
Clayton "Cavaliers" 84-82 before
a turnaway crowd at the Albrook
Gym.
The victory was anything but
swrei for the Aihrookltes as they
lost the services of star forward
Gerald Patrir, it, the third stan-
i za. Patrie fell hard on his left leg
sustaining an injured left knee.
He was taken to Goreas Hosni-

tal. and will Drohahlv bp Inst tn'nnints and Berl Joyce's 10 noinls

the "Flyers" for the rest of the Tne la?1 P'ace finishers were led
season. hv their week's big scorer Ja--k
Even Referee Lew Hilzinger got Perantie with 19 points, Bob
into the injur" ao in the action 1 "Dribble" Best w'lli 18 markers
packed contest. He earned a stiff and Johnny Morris's 15 points,
lefi leg r the final period, and 'n ,hp tinn' season's (earn sta sta-had
had sta-had to call time to rest it before! tisti:s. Dick Gy"s Execs prov prov-co"'ir,in"n?.
co"'ir,in"n?. prov-co"'ir,in"n?. The orf;r nls raushi i "d to he the league's highr; scor-

the brunt of all criticism (as
" -'"'I 'n the game, hut worked
a fine contest.
"he fa-, -ho filled the Gym
for the game, witnessed an ex-
1 fitter x Vf,! "M'V fl(1M;p c
the league-champion Junior Ft.
final 5 seconds of play over a
from the PAF Teen-age league.
7 i - ""V "Stars"
railed at the half 27-19.
The bov score:

Albrook "Flyers"
Aean 15
G Donawav j
' 7"
F Stephenson 14
F P-"-ip r
F SeK
(4
Ft. Clayton "Cavaliers"
r 1
G Somers 2
F Hansard is
"lardsnn ?
F Hill t
IIJ

Half-time
Score- AJbrook 38
Officials: Hibinser unc Chance.

7 .650
6 .647 I" ' 1 1 ""'"l

In CZ Government Cage Lodti

FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Team
Fiynn
Gayer
De La Mater
Riley
W L Pet.
12 9 .571
11 10 .523
11 10 .523
8 13 .381
( om ng on a 'iff a run away
locomotive, Abdiel Flynn's Vaga-
ho". s i. ,.?( hr e v?. n
the last week of play in the Can Can-M
M Can-M G'j.ernment Bac!:etball
League to cop .the league's sea sea-sen
sen sea-sen ,''",:-, .-.sMp by one '.:me
Last week's league leaders, Bill
Dp '.'i "ta'pr's Veterans faded to
a one win. two toss record for the
w; 'Vs ': v o c'ro.i ir'o sec second
ond second place tie with Dick Gayer's
v ,'. i : vn 'ost one
for the final week's play.
The Exec's Hoy Culbi-f i -owed
71 points through the it in
the f r : 1 week of play to i er
the 400-point level and capture
Dip leas'.ip's '959 individual scor scoring
ing scoring crown with 431 points in 19
games that he participated in.
In one of the closest season's
rate for !hP chanoionship in Gov Government
ernment Government League history, Flynn's
hnops'crs combiner! a wel'-roimd-
ed offense coupled with the
lea erne's hest defense to con ihe
league's championship on its fin final
al final f'ay of plav is they dimmed
Dick Gayer's Exec's by a
score.
oo on
In this all-important victory ov over
er over the Execs, the Vagabonds led
by Griyo Reyes' 35 points, scored
nine'y-nine big points, the high highest
est highest amount for a single game by
one team this season, to record
12 wins and 9 losses to cop the
league's championship.
Other high scorers in this game
for the victors was Edgar Koura Koura-ney
ney Koura-ney with 19 points and Oscar
Kouranev with 17 points. The los
ing Gayermen were led In th
scoring column by Rov Culbreth's
24 markers and by Murphy
Green's, Doue Pajak's and Bill
Young's 18 points each.
Flvnn's five also defeated Bill
De La Mater's Veterans in one of
the week's most crucial games by
a close 79-77 score as Oscar
Kouraney scored 27 points for
the victors. He waa. closely sup sup-norted
norted sup-norted by teammate's Ray Nes Nes-bitt
bitt Nes-bitt with 22 points and Bill Joyce's
16 markers.
The losing Vets were led in this
crucial losing game by Walter
Trout's 25 points, George Toch Toch-erman's
erman's Toch-erman's 16 markers and Bert
Joyce's 12 points.
Dick Gayer's Execs came on
atrong in the final week of play
by defeating the game Gary Ri Riley
ley Riley Gents by a 62-20 score as
Gayermen's Roy Culbreth led his
mates is the scoring column with
22 markers followed by Doug Pa Pajak's
jak's Pajak's 17 points and Murphy
Green's 1.". po;nts.
The losing Rileymen were led
hv ;heir week's hot scorer. Jack
Perantie, with 25 points and Dan Danny
ny Danny Winklosky's 16 points. "Ab "Abbey's
bey's "Abbey's Friends (?)" copped their
third victory m the week bv ed edging
ging edging Riley's Gent's in two thrill thrill-in?
in? thrill-in? over-time neriods by a very
close 75-73 score.
The new Champs were led In
their winning cause by Edgar
Kouranev's 25 ooin's. 0,carKour 0,carKour-aney's
aney's 0,carKour-aney's 16 markers and "Moss"
Nesbitt's 15 ooints. The fighting
and game Rileymen were led by
Danny Winkloskv's 21 noints and
Jack Perantie's 17 markers.
dyer's Execs assurer' them themselves
selves themselves of a second place tie by
defea'ine a verv game Riley
quintet 75-67. in the league's last
game of thP 1959 season.
Again little Ed "9.9 sec" Dens Dens-more
more Dens-more led his mates with 20 points
followed by Walter Trout's 13
markers, George Tocherman's 11
i ;t-t ...iti. 1 in
"K juillici Willi 1,111 pill MIS SL'U'
pH in thP spasnn ,nH 7n.nnin
a 70-ooint
per game team average. Riley's
Cpn' were second in team offen offensive
sive offensive statistics as the Rileymen
hoops and a 65.3-points per game
The league champs, Flynn's Va-"-.bonrtr,
v.rrP third in t nt team
r(t An e A ft (ViAir baaia 1 i A K nninin

- -: s Pi nnV averse. He La lows, plus Doug Bergere were the
Mater's Vet hoopsters proved tol1' ''",''t',' ilytn"e- ;,,
ho (V lnwe senrin- m-inte' in The "Stars," performing with
tho 1 im ;-(. ..j!ni''- one nrac'id- session under

1,302 points and
mionf .ivorage for each game
they played.
The hes defensive team hon
ors eoes to r iynn s vagabonds as
thev held their opponents to 1 365
noints in 21 games.
De La Mater's hoonsters pulled
a basketball rarity by finishing
second in the team standing, play playing
ing playing winning ball, but having their
opponents score more against
them than they scored against
their opponents. De La Mater's
Vets won the season's "Team
Sportsmanship Award" by com committing
mitting committing the least number of fouls
by one team for the season'? nlay
was 389. The Vets commit! v' 128
less-fouls than this'league high.
In the final individual scoring
statistics, the league's top scorer
Roy Culbreth led in both field
ponls, Ray Neshitt with 146. Jack
Perantie with 133, Donnv Alexan
der with 132, and Bert Joyce with
10T ffoM ortalO'
The leSgue's top free throw
shooters Were Culbreth with a
phenomenal total of 101 points
from the free-throw line, George

Tocherman with 68, Ray Nesbitt

with 65, Walter Trout with 58, Don
Alexander with 57 and Danny
Winklosky with 47 fiom the foul
had the best average per game
wth 24.7 points per game, follow followed
ed followed by Culbreth's 22.6 average per
game.

FINAL TOP SCORERS
NAME
Culbreth, Roy (G)
Nesbitt, Ray (F)
Alexander, Dpn (R)
G PH.
19 431
-21
13
19
20
18
357
321
292
287
286
perantie, Jack (R)
Winklosky, Dan (R)
Tocherman, Geo '(D)

v. i 1 11

Editor: JONRADp SARCEANT

if r in mm u m mm m .aw m m sr 'mm u

National League
.
I CAMS W L
Pet. GB
San Francisco 47 51
Los Angeles M 54
Milwaukee 63 55
Pittsburgh 59 59
Chicago 57 59
Cincinnati 57 63
St. Louis 56 65
Philadelphia 50 69
.568
.550 2
,534 4
.500 S
.491 9
.475 11
.463 12'2
.420 17Vi
Today's Games
Chicago at Philadelphia T-Nl
'a:St. Louis at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Milwaukee (N)
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 001
Phila. 010 000
0001 10
lOx 2 6
Miller (1-2) and Porter, H,
Smith.
Owens (9-10), and Thomas.
(Night Game)
S.F. 000 000 0000 8 2
Cincin. 204 100 OOx 7 15 r
Fisher (2-4), Worthington, Byer Byer-ly
ly Byer-ly and Landrith.
Newcombe (11-6) and Bailey.
(Night Game 13 inning)
L.A. 200 120 000 010 17 12 2
Mil. 010 002 011 010 06 7 2
Drysdale, Sherry (4-2) and Rose
boro.
Jay, Pizarro, Trowbridge, Gig Gig-gie,
gie, Gig-gie, McMahon, Rush, Spahn (16 (16-12)
12) (16-12) and Crandall, Lopata.
Only games scheduled.
RULES MAKERS
NEW YORK (NEA) The
Jockey Club will hold its round
table conferehce at Saratoga
Springs on Aug. 16. These meet meetings
ings meetings produce recommendations
leading to the revision of racing
rules.

Ft. Clayton Teeners
Top All-Stars 41-39

S. Sgt. DICK SHAFFER
The league champions Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton "Cavaliers," put down a last
period uprising by the Panama
Armed Forces Teen-Age All-Star
team Monday evening in the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Gym to prevail by a 41-39
score.
' Kari learn in me league, icyc
I .u M.lArmr
sented by their top performers
throughout the season, set san io
o ve tne cavaliers mure ""
Ihf'V
could handle after the inter-
rhe "Jr. Cavaliers.' were led
by the scoring of Tom and Don
K",vi. two hion-scorin brokers
who handle themselves well at
ihe'- GiinH oosi'ions. 'rlice tel-
their belts, gave more than a
n io'I "ccount of themselves. Par Particularly
ticularly Particularly impressive for the 'Stars'
v.Tt Alhrnnk forward Mike Ins-
' ram and Na.vy f orward W'.l"10",111
-'ione ir IV recomlin- ce-
partment. Paul Underwood of Kob Kob-ho
ho Kob-ho 'i1P "S'ar" scoring with
markers.
TV,,,,- Bprrrrc runs1 tO' down is
the hero of the affair, as the
Clayton Forward dumped homp

BETTER RUBBER
From
START TO FINISH
Transisthmian Highway Tl. J.1501

Trout, Walter (D) li tt$
Joyce, Bert (D) 21 265
Gayer, Dick (G) 18 247
Kounney, Oacar (F) 19 26
SECOND FLIGHT 5

Pajak, Doug (G)
Joyce, Bill (F) 4
Kouraney, Edgar (F)
Best, Bob (R)
Densmore, Ed (D)
Green, Murphy (G)
Morris, John (R)
Young, Bill (6)
Carratini, C. (F)
18 244
21 111
18 1?5
16 l!
10
W
Cunningham, T. (G)
American League
TEAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
New York
Baltimore
Detroit
Kansas City
Boston
Washington
W L Pet. GB
70 45 .609
7 51 .568 4Vi
59 59 .500 12'
57 59 .491 13'
58 61 .487 14
55 63 .466 16'
55 63 .466 16Vi
9 .415 22'
Today's Games -T
"i ""iron ax)
Washington at Cleveland (N) -Boston
at Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Chicago
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
ii i
WHKmnp inn Ana
Cleveland 000 300 0014 9- J
Kemimerer (7-12) end Courtney.
Naragon. 1
Perry (8-5), Gancia, Cicotte and
Fitzgerald.
(Night Game)
Baltimore 002 110 0004 8 J
inicago 200 010 12x 6 9 0
Portocarrero, Hoeft, Fisher
(0-4), and Tnandos.
Wynn, McBride. Stalev f.s.
and Lollar.
(Night Game) V"
New York 023 000 000 5 10 1
Detroit onn nnn n
Ditmar (8-8). Ford anri Tiorr.
Mossi (11-7), Sisler, Narleski,'
Morgan and Berberet.
(Night Game)
Boston 220 000 0015 9 1
K.C. 000 004 0004 7 2
Brewer, Fornieles (3-2), Kiely
and White.
aucks, unm, Herbert (10-9).'
kjvui uivaiiL nun finiisn
VARIED TROUBLE
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Michigan State has played 103'
different opponents since th-
start of football there in 1896.
thp minniniY fiAlA ..u i
n...,..,6 utiuci wiiu oniy
seconds remaining.
. The "Cavaliers" led at the haifc
time by a 27-19 count, and seem seemed
ed seemed destined to score an easy win.
The "AU.Ctot-e" n..L.. i ,,,
-- .... o.o iwugiii oacK 11K9-
tnamps, and even led the "Jr4
Cavaliers" at ntm nnint TV,- -K
test was a resounding succes-
crowd gave it the atmosphere it it-richly
richly it-richly deserved.
Clayton's Tom Egan led all
scorers with 16 markers.
The box score:
Ft. Clayton "Jr. Cavaliers"
i u. hgan
O T. 'Egan
F Per-ere
C Hunter
G Batcheldor
10 M
i6 ;
8
PAF "Teener" All-Stars
C Hagev I Albrook)
F Wilmouth (Navy)
F UnnVrwood fKobbe)
G Cordova (Amador
r. Ti,pKoP fKohhe)
F Baggett (Cumndu)
n iCnrnndiO
G Brown (Amador)
G Marcola (Albrook)

P'



PA9I NInVT.

WTDNISDAY, AfGUST II, M5
TU PAX AMI AMERICAN AM DfDIPElfDEJT DAILY KEWSPAPEX
New Sports Anti-Trust Bill Could Scare Off 3rd Major Loop

?
-

Ve t f I

Baseball Not (Margarita Boys, Girls,

Included In
Kefauver Plan

DRY RUN No mow doesn't mean no skiing for Leslie
Wood. He makes downhill run complete with slaloms, fast
turns and stops on wheeled skis even though the temperature
is 85 degrees on Bromley Mountain, hard by Manchester, VU

WASHINGTON (UP1) Sen.
Kenneth B. Keating (R-N.Y.) said

louay i iid "e- ports jnti-
trust fill introduced by Sen.
Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) could
ts f Ae4.un .u-iemi toint.

scare off a third baseball major
league. i
Keating, author of another bill
to fxemi non business aspects of i
major team sports from the anti anti-irust
irust anti-irust laws, toid the Sena.e that
Congress should do nothing lo dis discourage
courage discourage formation of a third ma-
jo1- c.i.iii'. il a'l Keui'ver's;
bill, introduced Monday, could do I

jus; mat.

The New York senator tsid he
favored he Kefauver measure as
far as it goes in exempting pro professional
fessional professional football, basketball and
hockey from the anti-trust laws.
But be said he would seek lo
amend it to include baseball.

1 Introduction of he new bill Dy
cnnncnrc tt fun riull Snat

I i snorts billsnd'rated that a strong

attempt may be made to obtain
isaae her Cineress adjourns.
Keating, said, however, that there
'vp"ld b oD-H)ition unless K-se-ball
is included.

Mixed Teams Sweep
Volleyball Tournament

7p

ES

1700 MATERIEL OF ALBROOK

Ttams
Tifiirs
Loafers
Hus and Mrs
Kouing r ive
Unlucky Five
Kool KaU
Jumpers
Kaa N Jammers

Won Lost
i3 a
47 Vi 32Vi
44 So
3b 44
3b 44
35 44',2
35 '4 44 V a
32 48

KOOL KATS 1 TIGERS 1
For the second week in a ruw
Heien Mingm took cnarge of tne
ivoo. Kais attack with a good
lu scratch and 555 handicaps.
,iui sucn display on pan ol Airs
jirfigin, ine rest of the Kooi Kais
oiu i:ot extena themselves, ba.
Li ivacs sail iook wree irom uie
Uiat place Tigers, who have not
been on the snort end oi me
store tor many a weeKs.
me Aats toon tne opiner by 14,
buk tne Tigers claweu back and
won the second by seven, and tne
Kais captured the last one by 46.
For the Tigers only Al Ketree
coyld hit 500, ana ne haa W.
Despite tht iaci that the Tipers
dropped three Uiey nave first
place clinched.

LOAFERS J JUMPERS 1
The Loalers spotting the Jump Jumpers
ers Jumpers 61 pms lounu the uanoicap loo j
big of a burden, because they
Uen snort by lour pins iu the cur-,
u.n raiser. However after that

intial game, the Loafers took
i.ie remaining unee amiougu ine
last game was close, Loalers win-
Anke .Myszkiewicz continued his
topnotch pin splattering perform performances
ances performances witn a jM) b;raich, i.arry
Lines lined out 543 hdcp and Mel
, .-,n hA.-n Onlv .ilimDef

4U., .. or.i trar ih hurdle was

John Woods with 514 series, hand-1

icap.
UNLUCKY FIVE 4 HITS
AND MRS. 0
The Unlucky Five, had what it
takes to win, namely a healthy
handicap of 61 s..cks. These 61
proved more than equalizers, be because
cause because the Uniuckies lifted the lid
lifter by 25, the second by 38 and
ths las one by two.
Lou Diosado was the hero Tor
the Uniucky t'ive wii.i Jio .unm .unmet?.
et?. .unmet?. Jerry Reid was the one of
the-Hits and Mrs. thatimade the
charm circle with a 513 handicap.
ROLLING FIVE 3
KATZ N JAMMERS 1
in..- lmlna the initial same,

"HCf a
fee Rolling Five got a rolling and
went on totake three out ot four.
This three point loss, buried the
Karz N Jammers a little deeper
in (be cellar.
Chuck Ingram and Bill Fish
spearheaded the winning attack
with 518 and 515 hdcp sets. Mary
Corner was the best of the Jam Jammers,
mers, Jammers, with a 551 hdcp, and her
189 game tided t great deal in
the'Katz N Jammer winning the
one point.
.LATIN AMERICA SCHOOL
LEAGUE
ON ITS WAY AGAIN
Sy HENRY L. HERVEY
After t short break, our league
tj ohm -wtia rolling and any
e',3't nigh you will find 40
tathuiiaitic "aficionados" doing
i the 'st secure an early
toad in this league.
.'To our old sponsors, Volkswag-

Won Lest
6Vi IV
5 3
5 3
4 4
4 4
3 5
2Vi SVi

en, La Mascota, Gulf p r i d e,
Leiveza Btioj ..lanb-n. and
Mercurio Jewelers, we offer our
sincere inanks lor heir conademe
in the league and their renew renewed
ed renewed jUd or We also want lo
welcome our 2 new sponsors
Cij. .Miie in fc.A. a., cyrca S.
A. to the league and may this
venture prove advantageous to
all concerned.

Ttam Standings
Cerveza Balboa
Cia. America
La Mascota
Volkswaeen
Gulfpride
Mercurio Jewlers
Marlboro

CERVEZA BLAROA 3
MERCURIO 0
The Beers&ejj. lwe decided not
to take any chances in this
league to. wan tn out as much
distance between them and the
foc of i't Ipi"dp ?s :t is no' no'-sible,
sible, no'-sible, and to prove it they took
?H 4 no:rts frm the Jewelers.
The standard bearers for the
Poi-mo! wei" ''rirn..'"- with a
479 series and Garcia with a 432.
Ft th- .!"'"''- Djiii'o "-oiled
a 447 and Bloomer a 433.
r f i.'eoirt 7
CYRCA FREE ZONE 1
Tb" s:ii?1iop vas nrp'tv good
for the free zoners and they man-
but from there on Cia. America
ther 3 nolnts. For Cyrca, Spiros
led with a 485 series and Mi Michael
chael Michael followed with a 410. For
484 series and Ferreira helped
with a 420.

LA MASCOTA 2,
vi KeWAGEN 2

As usual, mere had to De a
split ana timo was be between
tween between the Custom Tailors and the
"rmen, compcti ion v: s keen
from the star and it ended the
snme ws'. For 'he ri-tim Tii Tii-lors
lors Tii-lors Davfla and Huerta had
the be-' Trie- ;i 'S I 401,
respectively. For the Car Men,
Mpti"-' '-id a 453 anii Larraza Larraza-bal
bal Larraza-bal a 376.
GULFPRIDE 3, MARLBORO 1
The Wildcatters began like
v lurals a, rishi. il vhs not until
the last game that the Smokers
were able 'u rnnttiii hem. By
that time the Oilmen had a good
nin pdvantai'e "sure 'hem 'o 'o-tal
tal 'o-tal pins. The wildest cats were
Mirand- 43?. a -id Wald-
ron, with 397. The Smokers best
sorp; wen- 'urT-t ;p '-v Hervey
(464) and Trevino (427).
" ROLLING PIN LEAGUE
Ths R ol lino PH fowling
Laaau will ootn a nw ttnon

FrWav morn;ni t 'O
Women bowlers, both txper-
beginning, art invlt-
d to join.
' V'lri t:o'' co"rfnip e
league may bt obtained by te-Itphonin-
Mr. -- Bey It
Navy 3744, or Mr. Rymond
Tomllmon, Kebbe 3205.

In offerin" the new bill, Ke Kefauver
fauver Kefauver said Supreme Court deci decision
sion decision have ; ven baseball in anti antitrust
trust antitrust immunity not accorded to

Iho other snor' ;. '' a'd the new
measure was designed to "correct
the "equity which has been cre created."
ated." created." Among other things, the bill
would specifically permit football,
h-Vetbal1 and hockev to make
rules and regulations governing
team strength, and the selection,
reservation and assignment of
plvPr f0n rarts
The measure would seem to
oe?r awtv nv lpool cloud over
draft procedures and the contract
rlauso -h r1" V en ver tip"4 'n
the team which originally signs
ihem.

The Canal Zone Volleyball Tour Tournament
nament Tournament was neld at ..largarita
Gymnasium, Aug. 13, starting at
U t.m.
Teams were entered from Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Gamboa. Ancon. Diablo.- Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun and Margarita Gymnasiums.
Organization, learn work, inter interest
est interest in the game, plus a lot of ex excellent
cellent excellent piayine pavp Margiriia
a clean sweep oi the Tournament, j
Thev won he hovs, girls and mix-!
ed championships. ;
Plav onened with Gamboa boys
meeting Balboa on court one and
4ncon 'qainst D:ahl on coi'rt
two. Balboa and Piabio, the win winners.
ners. winners. Margarita then played Gatun
n' won. Margarita. Diablo andi
Balboa then drew to see who)
wo"'H "e the hve, Ralboa '"on. j
Margarita then played Diablo j
bovs in "o fa.c and "'pll Dlaved,
games, Margarita winning 5-8,
15-s. M-rnarta then went on to
play Balboa boys, winning the fin-j
al games 15-5. 15-0 to gain the.
Boys volleyball championship. j
On the other court thp Hirlc

games were In progress. Marga Marga-r
r Marga-r GirU ?aint Balboa. Mara Mara-rita
rita Mara-rita won In a 2 out of 3 game
Diablo girls then played Gam Gam-".
". Gam-". With wreaMv irnnrnvpd
Gamboa team the victor. Gamboa

cTW

Schools Division
To Sponsor Two
Swimming Meets
The Schools Division will spon sponsor
sor sponsor two weekly swimming meets
to be held at Balboa Swimming
Pool. The first to be held Friday,
Aug. 21 and the second Friday,
Aug. 28.
The meets will begin promptly
at 8 a.m. and are open to all young
people from 6 to 16 years of a!e.
Swimmers must be U.S. citizens
having commissary privileges,
dependents of the Armed Forces
or .who are students of the U.S.
Schools of Ihe Canal Zone. All
swimmers must have their green
swimming pool mrten' ideation
cards to participate in these
meets.
The age group that the contest contestant
ant contestant will swim in will be determ determined
ined determined by the age he or she will be
on Sept. 7. The point system will
be used to determine the winners
in each age group and ribbons
will be awarded to the contestant
inparh a0o ffrnnn who his ac

cumulated the most points in the
Iwrt mppts

Each swimmer may enter four

events in his or her age group.
All swimmers will be liven a

randy bar at the end of each of

the meets.

Following is a list of the events

I for the two weekly mee.s:

, Boys and nir'f 7 and 8 years
old) 20 meter freestyle, back,
breast and butierfly.

Boys and girls (9 and 10 years
old) 40 meter freestyle, back,
breast and butterfly., 80 meter in individual
dividual individual medley.
Boy and girls (11 and 12 years
old)40 meter freestyle, back

breast and butterfly., 160 meter

individual medley.
Boys and girls (13 and 14
years old) 40 meter freestyle
80 meter freestyle, breast, back
and buttenly., 160 meter inuiviu inuiviu-ual
ual inuiviu-ual medley.
. Boys and Girls (15 and 16 years
old) 40 meter freestyle, 80 meter
freestyle, back, breast and butter
fiy., 320 meter individual med medley.
ley. medley. Entry forms are not necessary
for these two meets but do remem remember
ber remember to bring your green swim swimming
ming swimming pool identification card.
Come on out and join the fun
We'll see you at the pool.

Even Kentucky Derby tradition
cannot survive before the whim

of a pretty actress and her liking

tor a new dnnic.

A guest of honor at the Derbv

years back, the actress was In

vited to dine with the head of

Churchill Downs in his private

clubhouse at the track.

In accordance with honored

custom, a huge mint Julep

enougn for the entire party gen generously
erously generously laced with the best bour

bon Kentucky could provide, was

prepared in a loving cup and
passed to the actress. The giwt
wis. of course, expected to fol

low practice by taking t drink

and passing the cup along to

others.

The actress took t tin and ex-

claimed about the exauisite

taste. She took another, deeper

sin, then beamed to the colonel

who was1 the host:

"This one I will keep. You will

please make another for my husband."

ELECTED TO RACE POST
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.

(UPI) Wathen R. Knebelkamp,

president of Churchill Downs,

Inc., has been elected ro the

joard of directors of tht Thor Thoroughbred
oughbred Thoroughbred Racing Assn.

then met Margarita for the Girl's
Championship. The Margarita
gir'v won lo-12, 1j-4.
After a ten minute break the
mixe matcnes star'ed
Margarita met Gamboa and
Bairn i met Diablo. Balbo w.i!
as did Margarita. The captains
then tl Dped for the bye, Marga Margarita
rita Margarita won.
Balboi 'nixed team then met
Gatun with Gatun winning 1512,
15-7.
The final games of the day
werp 'hen nlayerf with Margari a
meeting Gatun. To make a per-.
feet d-v for Mrg"rita 'hp team!
came thru to win 15-8, 15-5.
Cprt'fc,tp werp -w!'r',rt to
the Gymnasiums winning the first
inrl sppon'1 nlac"- "-ifi ribbons'
for the individual players.
Balboa boys team were award awarded
ed awarded the red ribbons for second j
place with their Gym getting thei
certificate. Gamboa Gym receiv-

ec the cerlifica e for second place.

lor the girls, with ribbons going
to the individual players Gatun
received the second place certi certificate
ficate certificate and ribbons for the m'xed.
The happy and proud cham cham-n;nns
n;nns cham-n;nns arp: cantain Dewey Whit Whit-taker,
taker, Whit-taker, John Cronan, Jim' Will,

Bill Will. John Wainio. Garv Irv Irving,
ing, Irving, Melvyn Field, and Walter
K'fk;n
The girls are: captain Ginny
Favorite, Mollv Eneelke Shirlev
Bonneau, Ada Wynne, Hilda Rief Rief-Vob'
Vob' Rief-Vob' E"plyn Hawthorne. Judy
Hallett, Mary Jane Husted, Bev Bev-pri"
pri" Bev-pri" Prnwnlee. L''. Hnnv Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Egger ana Cathy Lewis.

GUN CLUB
NOTES

CRISTOBAL
Cristobal Gun Club Skeet shots
displayed the optimism inherent
in their special calling on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday last, finding virtue even
in threats of high water as lower lowering
ing lowering skies provided a simulation of
"tracers" and their hot shot -strings
created a path of steam

to or about their targets indicat indicating
ing indicating proper corrections in lead
and elevation.
Art Sutton profited most by the
inclement weather, and led all
with a sizzling 24, but W. W. Row Rowland
land Rowland stayed steady on his usual
23, the same score being marked
off by Joe Kueter, for whom noth nothing
ing nothing can be described as usual ex except
cept except a straight when he feels
like concentrating.
Walter Johnston eased down to
22, and J. D. Shields to 21. Others
shooting, "Nobby" Keller, Cliff
Hayward, "Doc" Norris, Jim Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell and Col. Wright needed
more assistance than wet weather
to produce reportable scores.
Johnston, shot-gun range mast master,
er, master, announce da competition on
September 6 for Trap shooters:
the National Brewery 16 yd., 50 50-bird
bird 50-bird Trophy Shoot.

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Resorts

Baldwin's furnished1 apertmenrs
it Santa Clan Beach Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302

Foster's cortseei, mil Santa
Clara Reasonable rates. Phone
Balboa 1S66.

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Santa Ctara I -e
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Houses

Apartments

Automobiles

FOR RNT: Modern unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. 4 bedroom house an Lams
Alare. laree kitchen, fenced
yard and hot water. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3228.

FOR RINT: Beautiful resi resi-dance.
dance. resi-dance. three bedrooms, two bath bath-roomi.
roomi. bath-roomi. livingroom, dininareom.
kitchen, maid'i room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, porch, terrace, garage, hot
water all fenced screened, good
tiie yard. Phone 2-3M5. Panama

FOR RENT: Large independent
furnished ream, sami-privata
bath, next doer to Chinese Lega Legation
tion Legation in Bella Vitta. Prone 3-
108).
FOR RENT: Duplex Apartmenta.
First Floor: Two bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid'i room with bathroom.
Second Floor: Three bedrooms,
dressing room, bathroom, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, large poreh, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room with bathrooms,
garage.
Avenida Nicanor A. da Obarrio
No 9. Call telephone 1-7462.
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

FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, kitchen, garage, etc.
Campo Aleore, Santuario Nacio Nacio-,l
,l Nacio-,l Tel 3-2795.

FOR RENT: Large modern two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment. Potomac
Building. Cangrejo. Information
Callc 32. 4-34.

Rooms

FOR SALE: Large independent
furnished room semi-private,
bath, next door to Chinese Lega Legation
tion Legation in Bella Vista, phone 3-
1081.

FOR RENT: Modern, spacious
and comfortable apartment, two
bedrooms, bathroom, living room,
dining room, kitchen, balcony,
terrace, hot water, garage, laun laundry
dry laundry room, clothes line, maid's
room and service independent.
Eusebio A. Morales street, 'Olga
Apartments". For information
enquire apartment No. 2.

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with ice box. stove,
hot water and phone. Tel. 3-4710.

Mom Retreives Kids
Alter Judge Rules
She's Nol To Blame
a
Atlanta (uri) a young
Brother whu saul she gaw away
Sr eight children to save them
om hunger began gathering her
faniilv together io(!ay.
Officials dropped neglect and
Xpandonment c u r g e s against
Mrs. Carl Daniel Quisenberry, 28,
yesterday and freed her from jail
Officials said there was no case
against the woman who was mar-ried--at
15. She began today col col-lecunj
lecunj col-lecunj her family. Mosi mem members
bers members are now with relatives here.
i)ne official. Mdse George, as

sistant solicitor of Fulton Criminal
Court, said Mrs. Quisenberry
was" a sood mother. She was ar-

resied last week and charged

with farming her children out to

friends, relatives ana acquaintan
fes.
But she said she did so be

cause she had no money and their
father had left them weeks ago.
The eight children's age range
runs from a seven-week-old girl

to a 10-year-old boy.
.Mrs. Quisenberry s husband
who returned here Saturday said
he was ready tc go to court now
and settle thj problem. He had
quit his $100-a-week truck driving
b and left for Toledo, Ohio. Of Officials
ficials Officials said it was up to the juven juvenile
ile juvenile court to judge what to do with
the children.
..Mrs. Quisenberry began giving
tie children away weeks ago when
cm was unable to find money to
jffd them Local welfare agenci"s
ere hampered by a technicality
and could not provide her suffi sufficient
cient sufficient funds except for one three three-day
day three-day payment.

Lessons

FOR SALE: 1956 Ford, two
door aedan, 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: 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: 1950 Msrcury.
good transportation, good tires,
see at Balboa 762-B. dial Bal.
boa 4140.

FOR SALE: 1950 Pontile, four
door, automatic, new tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer.
0853. Apt 19. Balboa

FOR SALE: 1953 Pontlac hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, radio, hydramatic. Olivetti
portable typewriter. Spanish key keyboard.
board. keyboard. Wall tape gas water
heater. Phone 3-7572

FOR SALE: 1959 Opel station
wagon w w tires 6.000 miles
$1,700 Phone 36-644 Coco
Solo

FOR SALE: 1955 'our door,
Dodge, perfect condition. aM ex extras
tras extras Leaving, must sell. Phona
Navy 3183 after 4

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Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening c I a s e s. Enrollment:
August 17 to August 31. Classes
Begin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION, Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vi Vi-ta
ta Vi-ta Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, 3 3-301.
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FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
sedan V-8. power glide, radio,
(inter ww tire Very reasonable.
Phone Albrook 6282, after 4 p.
m. 7142.

FOR SALE: 1958 jeep, 10.000
miles 4 wheel drive $2,000 ar
best offer, telephone 3-4287

Car Rentals

fcULL GORE 10
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ijiH'i- sni 10 h-illfigh'ers to hos-
? Vials in Madrid. Valencia, Alge-ir-
ip'' Rillvi,) 'sterdav T,ie
0w gorings brought to 25 the
la the past three weeks.

Vellella Warns
Ingo-Floyd Return
GMhifted
NEW YOlOf (UPD Attorney
Vincent J. Velella warned today
that the return Ingemar Johansson
Floyd Patterson title fight must
be shifted from New York to an another
other another state unless the suspension
against Rosensohn Enterprises,
Inc., is lifted soon.
Velella, Harlem po'iticSJ and
new president of Rosensohn En-

ternrises announced:

"I am requesting an immediate
public hearing by the state athle athletic
tic athletic commission with a view to lift lifting
ing lifting the suspension of the pro;
moter's license of the corporation."
Monday the commission sus
pended the Rosensohn Corp.'s pro
moter't license and suspended B'
Rosensohn's license as v matcn matcn-maker.
maker. matcn-maker. Rosensohn, former pren
dent, claimed in a recent maga magazine
zine magazine article he was forced to re relinquish
linquish relinquish control of his outfit to
save the June 26 Johansson-Paf
terson match.
In the article. Rosensohn charg charged
ed charged he was forced to give up two
thirds of his sto'ili by Velella and

Cus D'Amato, Patterson's man manager.
ager. manager. Because of his statements
in the article. Rosensohn and th?
corporation bearing his name
were suspended, pending further
investigation. A commission
spokesman said Rosensohn vio violated
lated violated several commission rules in
his promotion The violations were
not identified.
When the commission completes
its investigation it will hold a
hearing tn determine whether the
suspensions shall be lifted or
whther the licenses hall be re revoked
voked revoked permanently.
Velella wants the hearing held
"immediately.

Visiting firemen on your hands?
Put a new Hertxcar at their dis disposal.
posal. disposal. Call Fiesta Car Rentals.
Tel. 3-4568 Lobby El Panama
Hilton.

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Shrugs Off Charge

Of Museum Theft

ROME (UPD fix-King Firouk

of Egypt toda shrugged off

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: New, 40 inch. Hot
Point electric range, $240. 00.
Call 3-0822.

FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washing machine, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $75. house 2250. Carr St.
Balboa, phone Balboa 4449.

FOR SALE: Lullabye baby fur furniture,
niture, furniture, crib and posturepedic mat mattress
tress mattress wmatching wardrobe, like
new. Call Balboa 3714.

FOR SALE: RCA Victor console
radio-phonograph, 3 speed, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet, very reasonable.
6351 B. Los Rios.

FOR SALE: Mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room tat. Cheap, leaving Isthmus.
Call 5177 Ft. Kobbe.

FOR SALE: Living room, dining
room, bad room, television 21"
all like new. Phone 3-0877.

FOR SALE: 12 5 eu. ft porce porcelain,
lain, porcelain, 2 years old, 112-B, Camboa
phona 6-131.

FOR SALE: Automatic washer,
Bendix, some extra parts, $50.
Balboa 3476, house 8090, Diablo.

FOR SALE: Washing machine,
iron living room set, girl bicycle
No. 26. telephone 3-6600.

FOR SALE: 8 cubic foot Wast Wast-i
i Wast-i n g h o u sa refrigerator, 10-kV
freezer top, newly refinished,
new motor; man's bicycle; baby
crib; playpen; crystal stemware
service for eight; Vespa mater
scooter 150 c.c, In excellent
condition, 0906, Amador Road,

phone Balboa 3060.

WANTED

WANTED: Large cayuco.
Albright Gatun. Tel. 5-482.

the theft of the scepter
Pharaoh Tutankhamen.

of the

Commercial Guide"!
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740 J

"Let the papers write what they
want." Farouk told the press
through one of the Italian police policemen
men policemen ; ii a r fl i n his apirt-ment.
"This is not a subject of discus discussion
sion discussion for kings, but for lawyers."

Sports Briefs

IN THEE SETS MARK
ATLANTIC CITY N. J. (UPI)
Brookfield Farm's In Thee set
a new American turf record when
he raced five and one-hall furlongs
in 10:03 2-5 to win the feature
race Monday. The mark was a
fifth of a second better than the
old standard.
HEMUS FINED $100
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Solly He He-mus.
mus. He-mus. St. Louis Cardinal manager,

has been fined $100 for "conduct

and remarks" to umpire Man

Landes during the first inning of

Sunday's game with the Los
Angeles Dodgers. It also marked

the seventh time Hemus had been

ejected from a game this season.

iBASILIO TRAINS FOR MATCH

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Car

man Rasilio made his first train-

ine aonearance Monday for his

NBA middleweight title bout with

Gene Fullmer on Aug 28. The
former welter and middleweight
champion seemed in excellent con condition
dition condition as he went through an hour

of bag punching, rope skipping i

and calisthenics.

CAUGHT WITH PANTS DOWN
CHICAGO (UPI) Some 100
mothers faced a major crisis
today because of a thief. The
thief made off with a truck con

taining 6,000 diapers, most of

them clean ones. Emergency ship

ments reached th 100 waiting

homes about 2'i hours late, ac

cording to Edward Weinberg,

owner of the service.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by Hi
truckloadf. Call 2-2641,

FOR SALE: Plants (begeniansl,
from 75c. to $4 00, must sell
this week. Fifth Street, Vister Vister-mosa,
mosa, Vister-mosa, No. t (Baba) Apt. 5.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hudson cou coupe
pe coupe with runabout 14 ft. boat
trailer, lohnson IS hp. motor
gas tank $750.00. 5 piece, 6
strand bamboo living roam suite,
like new, 1 1 pieca bland maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining room eat. 1-9x12
olive groan Chinese rug from
Tropicana. 6 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany bedroom tat (Balboa 2676).
Like new.

FOR SALE: C,
C. call Balboa

mora, Retina III
1723.

FOR SALE: Limited quantity ef
Agrarian Bonds.. Apply Thomas
Agencies. Tel. 3-1069.

FOR SALE: Wooden Venetian
blinds, used 80"x51", Balboa 2 2-1530,
1530, 2-1530, during office hours.

FOR SALE: Of our fast going
stock still available, wonderful
buy, first quality teenage Bermu Bermudas
das Bermudas shorts, pedalpushers "El Ro Rodeo"
deo" Rodeo" 46th street going out of
business children's plastic hang hangers,
ers, hangers, 15c.

FOR SALE: Airplane Piped ssi ssi-er
er ssi-er cruiser 115 h p. Lycoming 71
hr. Smoh licenced to July 22,
1960. Price $2000.00. Call
Colon 411.

Special Offers

WANTED: Bilingual graduate
from Paraisa High School, 'for of office
fice office work. Apply Thursday 8:30
a.m. with report cards which
must shew good qualifications.
Case Admirable, next to Lottery
Building.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Ute 500 u4 1.000
meters, is the Nueva HipMroeao
Urbaalxetiep aarasa the Rente
Racetrack. All lata with at re at
fronts, sewag. watar main and
electricity Cad W. McBaraett.
Tel. 4-097J.

FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid'i roam with aervice, hot
watar, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phone 2-2510.

FOR SALE: Ideal let ef land at
La Cresta Heights, Manuel J.
Hurtade street. 1066 aqua re
meters. Moderate price. For in information
formation information pbone 3-4868, Panama.

SERVICES

TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives yeu faster, more econo economical
mical economical and batter service. Phona
2-1905 Crawford Agencies. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.

U. S. TELEVISION
Means reliability, and lasting re repairs.
pairs. repairs. For better home service
call 3-7607 Panama from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday ta 6 p.m.

Protect your home end proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 oi Colon 1777.

Miscellaneous

HINT SERIES RESUMPTION
MORGANTOWN, W. V. (UPI)
West Virginia University and
Kentucky, who haven't competed
against each other since a not not-marked
marked not-marked game in 1947, are re re-ported
ported re-ported set for a reneawl of foot
ball relations. Plans call for Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky to play at Morgantown m
1963 and the Mountaineers travel travelling
ling travelling to Lexington for the 1964 contest.

Rosensohn Ready To Meet
Willi iNY D.A. Hogan Again

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co
(or rstea end informntlon
Tel. Panama 2-SS2
Monday thru Friday
1:0 a.m. tn 1 2 00
2:M p.m. tn 5:06
Saturday: f:M a.m. to 12:0

Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
To Animals
Box 24, Balboa. C T..
Phone: Curundu Sin
The following animals at th Corn Corn-Ml
Ml Corn-Ml Veterfnary Hospital nd food
horn en:
1 Male doe, blark and white, na-
tlvr terrier, "Tippy"
I Female cat, grey
1 Male rat, eTy r, with collar
and hell, from Fort Amador
1 Frmale kitten, white and grry,
f mm. aid
I Male kitten, white and hlark,
mot. old
I Frmalr arrrr eat and 2 small
Male hlark kittens for th rail
Balboa 2RI4
support yoim pca. you need
IT. IT NEF.D. you.

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New O'
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo
on new etn
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phono 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Anto Insurance

Getting Up Night)
If vnii r.u(fr from flatting Up
Nlghm, llai kRi'hr, I.rg Palna, Loss of
Vl(fnur. Nrrvoumeaa or wknr, vou
should help vour 1'rontalfl (Hand Im Im-mrtlinulv
mrtlinulv Im-mrtlinulv with Roama. Thin nirdli ln
mk T"ii ferl vonngrr. atnmr'r, and
M tr lr without InUrruntlon.
Oei n.oona lioro your chrmlst today.

LONDON (UPI ) Bill Rosen Rosensohn,
sohn, Rosensohn, still hopelul of promoting
a return heavyweight title fight
i.eiwct n i lamp. on .iiRemar Jo Johansson
hansson Johansson and Floyd Patterson, ar arrived
rived arrived hcre'lrom Cannes yestcr yestcr-d
d yestcr-d y and said he was ready to meet
again with New York District At Attorney
torney Attorney Frank Hogan.
Kosensohh whose promoter's li license
cense license was suspended Monday by
the New York S ate Athletic Com Commission,
mission, Commission, plans to leave for New
York Wednesday after conferring
with business associates here.
The rlistrii ; attorney has been

investigating certain aspects of
the June 'itle fight between Pat Patterson
terson Patterson and Johansson. Rosensohn

conferred with the PA. Iast

month before leaving for a vaca vacation
tion vacation in Cannes.
DIFERENCI BRINGS
RESIGNATION
That fight was promoted by
Rosensohn Enterprises Inc. 'n
wlvch Rosensohn held one-third in
terest. Rosensohu resigned from
the comrtany bearinc his name
when differences developed be between
tween between him and his partners.
"I've already answered a num num-brr.
brr. num-brr. of questions for the district
attorney," he said, "but 1 think
HARMON HAS HOT U
FISHERS ISLAND, N Y. (UPI)
Former II. S. Open champion
Claude Harmon of Mamaroneck,
N. Y., turned in the hes: com competitive
petitive competitive round of his career Mon Monday
day Monday when he shot a fi3 to win the
pro-amateur Rolf tournament at
the Fishers Island Country Club.

he wants to know exactly why I
resigned. At this stage I can only
say that my conscience is per perfectly
fectly perfectly clear."
Rosensohn indicated that there
still was a possibility that he
would be able to stage a return
bout between Patterson and Jo Johansson.
hansson. Johansson. HAS CALIFORNIA
COMPANY
"I already have another com company
pany company in California, that I may be

able to reconstitute lo coniorm
with the New York state laws,"
ht explained. This was in reter reter-ence.
ence. reter-ence. to a New York statute which
pronibits the promotion ol boxing
matches by individuals.

"Bui 1 want to get this other
business straightened out first,"
he added.
Before leaving Cannes, Rosen

sohn said that the suspension of

his promoting and matchmaking

licenses dic'n t really ai.eel mm

"Th licenses involved in the

suspension uelong to the corpora

tion from which I resigned two
weeks ago. 11. .New York state it's

the corporation which holds the

licenses, not the individual, he
said. "So this really doegn't af

fect me in anv way.

Jack Dempsey New

Promoter Of Return
Ingo-Floyd Bailie
NEW YORK (UPI) Jack
Dempsey yesterday became pro promotional
motional promotional director for the return
Ingemar Johansson-Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson heavyweight title fight, which
he hopes to stage "somewhere"
on Sept. 22.
Working on an undisclosed saU
ary from Rosensohn Enterprises,
Inc., the former heavyweight
champion said, "I'm ready to fly
to Sweden, or anywhere else to
make certain that the bout goes
through."
Announcement of the 64-year-old
Manassa Mauler's new post
was made at a press conference
in Dempsey's Broadway restau restaurant.
rant. restaurant. Two other former heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champions Jack Sharkey
and Maxie Baer were present.
"Ta Help Boxing"
Dempsey explained, "Ive taken

this job to help boxing and to

help the fight, which should draw

a gate of at least $1,000,000 wher
ever held."

He said he had accepted the
position after "careful thought
and investigation." and despite
the confusion and the three offi

cial inquiries now being made
into the Rosensohn corporation's
promotion of the first Johansson Johansson-Patterson
Patterson Johansson-Patterson in June and its activi activities
ties activities since then.
Vincent J. Velella, new presi president
dent president of the reorganized Rosensohn
Enterprises, said Dempsey had
been asked to become promotion promotional
al promotional director and advisor "because
of the worldwide respect he com commands
mands commands in boxing and because of
his previous experience as a pro promoter."
moter." promoter." Dempsey took over the promo promotion
tion promotion of th "big" heavyweight con con-tenders'
tenders' con-tenders' fight between Jack Shar Sharkey
key Sharkey and Young Stribling at Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach in 1929 after promoter
Tex Rickard's sudden death.
Received Promise from Kahn
Jack also promoted the Max
Baer Paulino Uzcudun fight at
Reno, Nev.-, in 1931, and the Max
Baer-Max Schmeling bout at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium in 193.
One of the reasons Dempsey
consented to join Rosensohn En Enterprise
terprise Enterprise was the promise by Ir Irving
ving Irving B. Kahn, president of Tele Tele-prompter
prompter Tele-prompter Corporation and new
chairman of the Rosensohn board,
to "personally pay Johansson up
to $300,000 if necessary to satisfy

nis just dues from the June fight."

A close friend said Dempsey will

make his fight to Goteborg. Swe

den, on Friday for his first con

ference with champion Johansson.

Are yeu interested' in selling a
metal desk? If you are call 6 6-467
467 6-467 after 6 p.m.

Salon Bahia affers I shows
nightly: 9:30, 11:30 and! 1:30.
Continuous music until 5:00 a.
m. Delicious meals and fine liej-eurs.

Boats 6 Motors

45 foot double nlanked ax-Navy
beat hull for sala. Asking price
$1000 ar make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 2553.

FOR SALE: Fast runabout boat
13 'a, Evinruda 25,' trailer, skis,
wrought iron furniture. Houaa
6444, Las Rios.

INVESTOR'S
GUIDE

By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
235 I 45 St., New York
Q. I am a salesman with in income
come income between $12,000 and $15,00
a yer. Have $3,000 in savings
and $1,600 in checking account.
Wojin liKe lo plan for retirement.
An accelerated mutual fund pro program
gram program has been suggested. A
couple oi years ago I bought
ana I'm still stuck with 200 Pan Pan-coastal
coastal Pan-coastal at 12 1-4 and 500 Aimera
at three.

FOR SALE: 18 ft. cabin crusier
with 22 h.p. motor, a wonderful
family boat for only $695, can
be aeen at Diablo Swimming Club.
Name of boat "fenny Leu". If
interested phena Balboa 2-3782.

FIGHTERS IN "FINE SHAPsf"
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Un Unbeaten
beaten Unbeaten Von Clav of Philadelphia
and fourth-ranked light heavy

weight Sonny Ray of Chicago
were pronounced in "fine shape"
by Dr. Alfred Ayella Monday for
the nationally televised boul Fri Friday
day Friday night.

Alonq The Fairways

Steel Leaflet Says
Only Ike's Decree
Will Break Impasse

NEW, YORK (UPI)-Iron Age
said today the only way out

of the steel strike impasse ap ap-nears
nears ap-nears to be the invoking by the

President of the 80-day "cooling

off" provision of the Taft-Hartley

Act;

The metalworking weekly added

that such a recourse is likely ce

spite the bitter opposition by man
agement, labor and the govern
ment to the use of the strike is
junction.

But unless present attitudes in

the 36-day-old walkout change,

Iron Age said, such a respite

would be followed by another

shutdown.

At the. same time the nublica

tion said signs of a coming pinch

m steel supplies are increasing.

By mid-September, It predicted,

shortage!! will begin to hurt.

Nevertheless, Iron Age said that
from the steel user's viewpoint

'this was the best-planned steel
trfke in history." Steel inventor

ies, in many cases, the magazine
added, are in good shape for an another.
other. another. 60 days.

But a few small steel users are

already in serious difficulty, it
said.

Spot shortages have developed

for several products, premium
prices have returned to the mar

ket and the Jd steel broker"
has reappeared indicating grow growing
ing growing supply trouble, the magazine

stated.
In addition, it noted that foreign
steel prices, normally $30 to $40
below domestic mill prices, are
now equal to, or above, the U.S.
mill price.

Scott Seeks Stamp
To Honor Textile

SUMMIT LADIES

"Butch" Garrett has movd in

to the lead in the current ringer KJL, -J..-i,.,
tournament at the Summit Hills IVIC'Cninery inaUSTTV

has lowered her medal score to! WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen

a 4 over war 74. 'Hugh Seott (R-Pa asked the

This ringer tournament is open
to all Summit female golfers and
will continued through Sunday
September 20.
Trailing the leader is Alyce
French with 88. In third-place is
Fave Day at 98, with Wilma Riley
and Velta Sharp tied for fourth

place at 1 05.

A look tiii oh's score -ardilSflO,

shows that Summit's par 3 Nos.
9 and 18 have been lough for Iter
to par. She also needs parts on
the Nos. 13 and 15, both also being
par i t.

Post Office Department today to
issue a special stamp honoring

the textile machinery industry.
Scott, m a letter to Postmaster
General Arthur E. Summerfield,
called xt'ention to the approach approaching
ing approaching America.!! textile machinery
exhibition 'fternnt'onal tn he hM
In Atlantic City, N.J., Msy 73-27.

A. I think mutual funds were
made to order for you.
In the tirst place and here
I'm jumping to conclusions I
thinjt you need a regular savings
or investing program.
In the second place, (and here
I assume nothing) when left to
your own devices you do the
"durndest fool" things possible.
Ordinarily, I feel that an invest investing
ing investing program spread over the long longest
est longest possible time is likely to give
you the lowest tverage cost. But
because of your age and temper temperament,
ament, temperament, I would vote for speeding
up the buying process.
Q. We are about 50 with $20,000
in savings and a business' which
is worth about $25,000 but means
7. days a week work for both of us.
All told we should have close t
SSO.OOO if we sell. We'd like to
invest for $200 a month income.
Should we make a lump sum in investment
vestment investment in a mutual fund? We
know nothing about investments
but lean toward conservatism.
A. You should be able to realize
$2,400 a year on $50,000 capital.
There is no reason why mutual
funds shouldn't be the answer
tor you. I would question the
lump sum purchase, however, in
view of the fact that if you sell
this business you may well want
to buy into something else. And
for that you may want capital.
I'd vote for starting a mutual
fund on a regular monthly basis
now. When and if you get your
business plans settled you can al always
ways always make additional purchases
of the fund. Incidentally, you

mention one of the leadine mutual

fund organizations, but neglect to

say which one of its several funds

you are considering. Some aim at

growin, some ac satety, some at
generous income. Be sure you get

me one you want.
Q. We are in our early JOs,
have $40 a month to invest. Al

ready own some E bonds, savings
account, Bankers Trust stock and
shares of Stanrock Uranium.
What should we do with this last?

I am interested in soma low-

priced good stocks.

A. Wait, I'm counting 1,2,3,

4,3,6,7,8,8, ancl 10.

In ths first place, I think you
owe Bankers Trust an apology for
puting its name in the same let

ter wnn &tanrocK uranium.

In the second place, what the
blajikety-blank do you think there
is to do with stock of a uranium

company in receivership? What
do you think you'll have left after

you pay selling commissions?

Flease define for me a "low-

pricec good stock.
Schoendiensl Back
In Lineup But May
Nol Play This Year
By FRED LINDICKI

MILvvAUk&fc; (UJfl) second
baseman Red Schoendienst is
bacK in a Milwaukee Uraves uni

form and taking batting practice
with the cIud, but he admits he

is aiming for the lineup next

spring" instead ot this tall.
The Redhead took his first work

out with the club Monday night

since he was sidelined with tuber

culosis last fall.

Schoendienst laid his doctor is

opposed to his playing this year

but has assured him he "can do
everything" next spring that "I've

ever done before.

"Yes. nexi year," the star sec

ond baseman said, although he
admitted he didn't know if he
might pop up in the lineup as

the season closes out late in

September.

"Well, it could be," he said

when asked if. say Sept. 27, clos

ing day, he might pinch hit. Al Although
though Although this would require the
Braves to take h.m otf-specisl
disabled status, Schoendienst said
he expected to tag along with the
club the rest of the year, possibly
leaving him able to step in before
the season ends.
Manager V red Haney said he
has no idea when Schoendienst

w 11 re;iirn to the raster. "It's

ud to the doctor. When the doc

. . i

or says tie s ready, tnen ne n

come back." Asked about the pos possibility
sibility possibility of Schoendienst seeing

cinch hitting duty. Haney replied,

we n wait until tnat comes up.
Schoendienst took a few swings
and shagged some fly balls in his

first workout in county stadium.
Heavy running is still but. "My
Jnn',r H.nn MA 4a n.,nt

Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

NEW YORK, Aug. 19 (UPI) -Stocks
met renewed selling -aitht
opening ioday. c-
, The decline was a continuatioa
bf yesterday's sharp sell off,
which was accomplished by aa
,ncreasen volume.

ACF Ind
Advocate Asbestos
Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel anu Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel

AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bicroft Uranium
Blauknox
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler

Cities Service
Coastal Cariba
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
'Cons Electro Dynamics
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan OU
Du Pont
El Paso Natural Gas
Fairchild Engine

fargo on
Felmont Pet

General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Lockheed
Magellan Pet
Montrose Chem
New Eng. Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
Royal Dutch Shell
RCA
Reynold Metal
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Gas
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobil
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prodi
Textron
Underwood
United Canso Oil
US Rubber
US Steel
Westingthouse Elea
Weeling Steel

55V
275b
11
33V
58H
42
80V
64.
31
13V
54H
14Vb
6lb
52 V
m
31V
12b
3074
52'
43 b
62V
54
l'a
38 Mi

29
37Va

50V4
36
4b
264
32V
8Vab
S 1-16
6Vi
491i
79
19Mib
111b
41
2M
40
,36b
27

13V4
30
50
'3
46
40Vib
62
92
43
mb
2m
20
341
58
45
23
sm
11V
1850
34'4
26
25V4
fI
61
99
89
S9Vi

Leader Of Southern
Block In Senate
Hints Af Filibuster

He said the exhibition, the first

International textile machinery ex exhibition
hibition exhibition held in the United States,
offered splendif' opportunity"
for issuance such a stamp.

doctors don't want me to over

t're myself." he explained
"Right now he (Dr. William' A.
Werner) has given me permiss'o
lo do i little running. But I won't

he in shape for any kind of play

this season.

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
leader of the southern bloc In the

Senate has hinted that he will

filibuster against an eight part
civil rights bill if it ever reaches
the Senate floor.
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.)
said he would welcome the chanc
"to speak at some length on why
the South believes that the Su
preme Gourt's (integration) de decision
cision decision on the schools was an ef effort
fort effort by that body to amend the
constitution."
Another southerner, Sen. Her Herman
man Herman Talmadge (D Ga.) also
hinted at a filibuster. He said he
would fight the eight point pro proposal
posal proposal of Sen. Thomas C. Henningt
Jr. (D-Mo.) "with every resource
at my command."

Husseu saia Hennings mil was
"so unreasonable" that he did not
think any parliamentary maneu maneuver
ver maneuver to cut off debate would
succeed.
The southern leader said that if
Hennings' "lethal dose" "'Was
pushed, "you may be sure that
we will be here when Mr. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev arrives in September."
Some congressional leaders hope.

to adjourn Detore soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev arrives Sept.

15 in order to avoid inviting him
to speak to the Senate and House.

Russell and Talmadge spoke

out late Monday after Henningt
opened a drive to bypass th

southern-dominated senate judici judiciary
ary judiciary committee and guide his bill
directly to the senate floor.

Hennings offered his proposal

as an amendment to an unrelated
ne.nriinff Kill Thle Mr a u aiwtmA t

gfiuug ine civu ngius measuiw
printed. Hennings then could of-

for it am on manitmint tn one

bill that came before the Senate.

Indications were that once th

rights proposals are printed, Hen

nings migni rxy io auacn mem
to some House-approved bill com

ing before the Senate.
Russell charged that Hennings'
'egislation contained "every fore
)ill proposed against the people
-kf tflA Snnth rllirinff tha nut atf.

ral veara.'' Talmadff aprend

Talmadge said most ot the bill's
revisions "are unconstitutional
nd would subvert all phases ot
state and local government to fed
era! dictation.



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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Aug. 19 (UPI) The government today enlisted the aid of
thousands of peasants armed with machetes to hunt down 30 bearded men who invad.
ed southwestern Haiti.
Pierre St. Ange, a pro-government National Assemblyman from Jeremie, in south,
western Haiti, admitted the invasion force had evaded government troops so far.
"I have distributed thousands of machetes to my people and sent them after the
invaders." St. Ange said.
The Dominican Republic, which shares the Caribbean island df Hispianola with Haiti,
offered to help.

1 announced in Ciudad Tru
jilln that Dominican President
Hector B Trujillo informed Haitian
President Francois Duvalicr he
would extend his "full cooper;,
on" in Healing with the invasion
There was no immediate indu a
tion Haiti would accept Dominican
lid.
' The invaders captured the town
of Les Sirois last Friday and
held it for a short timereleas timereleas-lnfl
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School in Colon. The second, which
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come, first-come, first-served basis.
The Chorale will also feature two
of America's most talented young
pianists. Melvin Setcher and Nor Norman
man Norman Horowitz.
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strategic value but so wild that
tracking is extremely difficult.
Haiti complained of the invasion
at the Organization of American
States foreign ministers conference
in Chile Monday.
The invasion is expected to pro provide
vide provide the first test of the new pow
ers of the OAS Peace Committee.
Reds' Panchen Lama
Accused Of Plotting
Uprising In Tibet
CALCUTTA, India (UPI)-The
Chinese Communists have arrest arrester:
er: arrester: the Panchen Lama of Tibet for
turning on ihem and plotting to
lead an armed uprising as the ex exiled
iled exiled Dalai Lam did, reports
reaching the Indian border said
today.
The reports filtering down Him Himalayan
alayan Himalayan mule trails to the Indian
frontier towns of Kalimpong and
Arjeeling' said the young Pan Panchen,
chen, Panchen, Red-wistalled ruler of the
country, was being held nder
house arrest at Potala Palace in
Lhasa while his lather was de declared
clared declared a rebel against the state.
A 'wave ol arrests was report reported
ed reported and Chinese troops were said
to have massed in Lhasa, where
Tibetans under the Dalai Lama,
the supreme spiritual and em em-poral
poral em-poral ruler, rebelled last March
17 and battled the Keds in tne
streets.
Aerni-dinp tn the rerjorts. Chi
nese soldiers were invading Ti-
bcian Buddhist monasteries anu
seizing arms and ammunition.
Dispatches today said Kham Kham-pa
pa Kham-pa tribesmen, who never have ac accepted
cepted accepted Red rule had staged new
attacks on Red positions.
The Panchen Lama, originally
second to the Dala Lama in the
theocratic Tibetan government,
accepted Red rule and was for formally
mally formally named leader of the Tibet Tibetan
an Tibetan people by the Chinese after the
Dalai Lama tied last March and
went into exile at Mussoorie, In-
The
Dalai Luma indicted the
lor burning monasteries,
and looting and trying to
he ancient Tibetan cul cul-Since
Since cul-Since then, independent
Reds,
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soerces have accused the Reds of
killing tens of thousands of Ti Ti-l,ei:m
l,ei:m Ti-l,ei:m s;nce the rviping regime
seized Tibet in 1951 as an "au "autonomous"
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NEGRO JEERED Jefferson Thomas ftands alone waiting transportation to his home after fin finishing
ishing finishing a morning session at Little Rock's Central High School. White students jeered Thomas
while he stood on the corner. It was the first open harassment of Negro students who have in integrated
tegrated integrated two Little Rock high schools.
Segregationists Threaten Retaliation
At Polls Against Little Rock Directors
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.,. Aug:. 19 (UPI) Segregationists threatened retaliation at the polls
today because the Little Rock city directors refused to call a meeting to investigate their
charges or "police brutality" in breaking up an anti-integration demonstration near Central
High School Aug. 12.
The city manager and board of directors issued a statement yesterday in which it said there
was "no basis" for the charges of Jfplice brutality." It requested that the U.S. Justice Depart Department
ment Department "make a complete investigatfeli of these serious charges."
But segregation leaders branded the board's decision as "ridiculous beyond measure" and
charged FBI agents dressed as Little Rock policemen helped quell the demonstration. The
demonstrators were dispersed by policemen with nightsticks and firemen with hoses. Officers
arrested 24 persons.

"We are certainly looking to toward
ward toward the next election and plan to
elect-some segregationists to both
the school board and the city man manager
ager manager board," said Rev. Wesley
Pruden, a leading segregationist.
Mtanwhilt Gov. Orval Faubui
was undar prcssiira to ust "all of
tha forces at your command" to
opposa a Faderal court order for
desegregation of a school district
42 miles south of Little Rock.
A petition was being circulated
in the Dollarway School Dislrict.
situated outside of Pine Bluff, ask asking
ing asking Faubus for "relief from the il illegal
legal illegal Federal court orders and in injunctions"
junctions" injunctions" ordering the desegrega desegregation
tion desegregation Sepl. 8.
A spokesman for the group be behind
hind behind the petition said it would be
presented to the governor next
week.
Federal Judge Axel J. Beck of
Elk Point, S.D., Monday rejected
a motion that the integration of
three Ne.Ki'o students be postponed.
Beck had ruled Aug. 4 that the
students. Ernestine Dove, 16,
James Warfield, 14, and Corliss
Smith. 12, be admitted to the
school.
Lee Parham, president of the
Dollarway School Board, said the
boar would appeal Beck's decision
"immediately" to the U.S. Eighth
Circuit Court of Appeals in St
Louis.
At Little Rock, where two high
schools are in their second week
of token integration, there was a
brief flurry Monday when white
students openly jeered a Negro
boy who has integrated Central
High School. It was the first
such demonstration.
Three Negro girls who have In Integrated
tegrated Integrated Hall High School were un undisturbed.
disturbed. undisturbed. The Dollarway petition to Faubus
said: "We, the undersigned ask
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haven, H.emer-haven, Germany, K..s no sympathy from watci -spoul imk slone
brethren. He was one of i : litu,.. S(.aK rescued from the North
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that you use all of the forces at
your command to put down this in insurrection."
surrection." insurrection." Faubus used National Guard
troops to prevent 'integration of
Central High in 1957. He is under
Federal injunction prohibiting him
from interfering with integration
in Little Rock. I
The harassment of Jefferson
Thomas, 17, at Central was the
first incident since police broke up
an i anti-integration demonstration
with billy clubs and fire hoses.
About 25 whit students who
stood on the corner as Thomas
walked out of Central jeered and
shouted cat-calls at him as he
waited for a ride home.
Meanwhile Georgia's attorney
general Eugene Cook warned in
Atlanta that if the NAACP insists
on employing its present practices
to integrale public schools, "No
one can safely assume that the is issue
sue issue will be resolved without vio violence
lence violence and frustrating results" to
both races.
"It would be dishonest to assume
otherwise," Cook told the annual
meeting of the Georgia Peace Of Officers
ficers Officers Association.
He also said that in his opinion,
the "legal showdown time-table in
the Atlanta case goes beyond the
school year 1059-60."
Atlanta has been directed by
the Federal courts to submit a
plan by Dec. 1 for ending school
segregation.
However, Cook did not elaborate
on the so-called time-table. He said
the ultimate question facing Geor Georgia
gia Georgia is whelher the children will be
educated on an integrated basis.
But he added he is pertain of one
thing: "If the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
T'eople, aided and abetted by those
who have embraced their objec objectives,
tives, objectives, continued to employ the forc-
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es of our Federal government in
their efforts. to inflict upon an un unwilling
willing unwilling people their unholy revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary doctrine of intimate social
association in our public schools,
no one can safely assume that the
issue will be resolved without vio violence
lence violence and frustrating results to
both the white and Negro races."
Cook maintained that Georgia
Negro children are receiving 62
percent of the 52 cents out of every
tax dollar spent on education and
that more than 75 million dollars
alone was spent in 1954 for Negro
schools under the School Building
Authority.
He disclosed the Federal Bu
reau, of Investigation, for the
past three years, have had un under
der under surveillance a group known
as the "Moslems."
He said the group, totaling 250, 250,-000,
000, 250,-000, is dedicated to' overthrowing
"white supremacy in the United
States by 1970."
Cook said the Moslem organiza organization
tion organization maintains its headquarter
here and relies on the exploitation
of race riots to "obtain their in insane
sane insane and barbarous objectives."
Cook attacked the Atlanta Con Constitution's
stitution's Constitution's Pulitzer prize-winning
editor, Ralph McGill, as the
NAACP's "star Southern disciple."
He pointed out that the state has
not been made a party to the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta school case.
However, he added, "You may
be assured that neither the gover governor
nor governor nor 1 have' or will for cne mo moment
ment moment brush it aside as being a
matter of local concern only
"I long since since decided
that while the public education of
our children is of primary im importance,
portance, importance, of no less importance
today is the basic racial problem
involved in all school segregation
cases," he said.
Cook asserted, "You and I know
that our children will be educated,
either by means of public or pri private
vate private institutions, or both, and that
they wijl be educated either on a
racially-separated or integrated
basis, or both."
Columbus believed that h
could sail west to India because
of maps made by the Egyptian
scholar, Ptolemy. These map
had been made centuries before
Columbus' time, but they
helped him discover the New
World. Ptolemy was probably
born in the Grecian-Egyptian
city of Ptolemala Hermll, and
he died at about the age of 78.
He was at the height of his
fame between 127 and 151 A.D.
His observatory was on top of n
temple near Alexandria.
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settlement of the 35-day-old steel

ii win De ue closest an administration official has eom tow
becominr involved in the ctrik hut Mitt.ii ku... izllzSi.

'not intended as intervention." "f,
President Eisenhower yesterdav ordered Mitchell to make nubC
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in cw lorn, cmei ieaerai mediator Joseph F. Finneran said
the outlook for settling the strike was "distinctly gloom." TtTS

Finnegan scheduled a meet meeting
ing meeting today with United Steel Steel-workers
workers Steel-workers president David J. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, who walked out on the
talks 12 days, ago because of
lack of progress, and later
meeting with chief industry
negotiator R. Conrad Cooper.
Other negotiators meanwhile
were to hold another formal
meeting today.
Mitchell said the voluminous
fact collected by him as a one-
man Presidential fact-finder
would not contain any sug
gestion on whether the indus industry
try industry could grant a wage increase
without raising steel prices.
Mitchell also said he hoped
the statistics on wages, prices,
productivity and profits
would "clarify some of the
facts that have been released
by both parties."
The companies and the United
Steelworkers Union have taken
turns issuing conflicting re
ports on issues behind the
strike.
Sen. Jacob K. Javlts (R-N.
Y.), a member of the Senate
Banking Committee, told the
Senate the facts to be released
by Mitchell will show that there
is room ior "give on both
sides in the dispute.
Javits congratulated the Pre
sident and Mitchell for decid
ing to make the facts public.
Mother's Choice
To School Prince
Charles At Eton
LONDON fUPD-Oueen Eli-
abeth has won a family argument
and young Prince Charles will be
sent to Eton after finishing gram
mar scnooi, ajiewspaper report reported
ed reported yesterday.
The Daily Mail said the 10-year-
old prince, now a student at
Cheam School, wanted to attend
Charterhouse, another" old-school
tie institution. His father, t h e
Duke of Edinbure. wanted him tni
go to his old school, Gordonstoun
But the Queen held
out for!
FJon and that's where
Charhsi
will go in 1961, provided he can
pas stiff entrance examinations,
the Daily Mail said.
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The huge pile of factas collecfc
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them.
The administration has 2J:ei
fused to intervene in the sTal
led negotiations until the stjjkeE
poses a threat ol a nationa?
emergency.
At a news conference tet?.
me rresiueni rejected
any idea that he try to efld
the walkout before SowetS
Premier Nikita, Khrushcber"
arrives here Sept. 15. I Z
Mitchell said., jafter his tsjlt
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made no recommendation ,fo
Federal action based on tht
statistics.
Steel Union. President Divicf?
J. McDonald has urged thr
President to appoint a fictj
finding commission, to lnvesti
gate the strike and also sumX
mon top union and industry
leaders to a White House sunv
mit conference.
Eisenhower a cool to thiiE
proposal.
Funeral Services 4
For Adm. Halsey 2
Slated Thursday
WASHINGTON (UPI) FleeC
Adm. William F. (Bull) Halsey
will be buried with full militarj,
honors Thursday at Arlington Na National
tional National Cemetery, final res tin
place for the nation's fallen he.
oes.
Halsey, if), died In Mi sleep Sun
day during a yacitiott on Fishers
Island off the Connecticut short.
The Navy said the body of th
famed World War TT fl mm.
mander would be flown from Fish,
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Md.. Naval Air Station WoHne..
dav.
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nesrlav until nnnn TKnrstau uHth
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