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AN INDEPENDENT USL DAILY NEWSPAPER
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"Let ffce people know the truth and the country is safe1 Abraham Lincoln
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Panama; r. t, Thursday, august 20, 1959
At Gripe Hearing
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UPI) Representatives of
the Canal Zone Pilot's Association and Coy. William Potter
pf the Canal Zone met today to discuss pilots' grievances
with the House Panama Canal subcommittee.
The pilots were represented by William S. Tyson, legal
counsel for the 96 Canal pilots, and Harold T. Longmore,
president of Local 30 of the Canal Zone Pilots Association.
At Rio Hato
Kills RP Boys
Marciano Sanchez, 12, has died
from injuries and Diogenes S.
Echavarria, 17, is in serious con condition
dition condition at Penonome Hospital fol following
lowing following accidental explosion of an
81 mm mortar shell in the Rio Ha Hato
to Hato training area yesterday, US At At-my
my At-my Caribbean confirmed today.
Apparently tht two young resi resi-dtnts
dtnts resi-dtnts of tht noarby village of
Los Polios had found and tam tampered
pered tampered with a white phosphorous
shell which exploded, causing
burns to'the youngsters.
As soon as Sanchez was found
lving injured in the regular Rio
Hato target area yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, he was evacuated to thq Pe Penonome
nonome Penonome hospital by an Army med medical
ical medical vehicle. He died later in the
Echavarria had been removed
from the area earlier by a party
of local residents Army doctors
Maj. Ralph C. Singer and Capt
Harold R. ChappelVwere flown to
technical Assistance o the hospital
staff thr intreatmenrotfeha intreatmenrotfeha-varrWpWpnorul!
varrWpWpnorul! intreatmenrotfeha-varrWpWpnorul! burns.. -,
They flew4 in a De Havilland Otter-
'piloted by U: Wallace H.
FrSnkliu Jr. ,. f ,,
1st Lt. Gary L. Ellis of A C om ompany.
pany. ompany. 1st Battle Group. 20lh In Infantry
fantry Infantry encountered a group or lo local
cal local residents searching yesterday
afternoon -and helped them find
Sanchez in a stream bed. He ap apparently
parently apparently had walked about 150
vards from the scene of the explo explosion,
sion, explosion, which was almost in the mid middle
dle middle of the target area.
Wlis at once sent for a medical
leer, from A Comnanv and San San-rher.
rher. San-rher. was rushed to thp Penonome
Tht accident scene indicated
that tht men had been attempt attempting
ing attempting to dig up the shell, appar apparently
ently apparently buried, with a machete.
O'her mettl fragments were Pil Pil-H)
H) Pil-H) nearby, indicating that the
pair ahd been collecting njttal.
live firing into the ranpe area
took place last week, after English
and Spanish notices had been ts ts-suedl,
suedl, ts-suedl, the press, the Army said
. : i.i.a ti..inrt fv,ic wppv ai-
ana noijces m nuns ""
so had. been issued.
Fiflnl notices are sent out an an-iiwiliW.ech
iiwiliW.ech an-iiwiliW.ech scheduled firing at
-Rio Hairs well as on ranges in
the Canal Zone.
Large signs on tht reservation
warn In Spanish and In Eng isn
against the dagger from live
Troops at Rio Hato are required
to search for and report unexpir unexpired
ed unexpired ammunition which has been
fired into the impact area, so that
it can be destroyed, the Army
Subcommittee chairman Leonrir
K. Sullivan aaid the pilots testi
fied this morning, and Potter will
take the stand this afternoon to
present his side.
She said she expects the closed-
door meetings to be completed
So far. she said, thp pilots' Prin-
cinal grievances seem to be the
question of long hours and a dis dispute
pute dispute over preferred housing.
She said she is hopeful that
talking it out with Potter in tht
committet meeting might do
much to ease the situation.
As nf nnw Mrs Sullivan said.
she does not expect the committee
to take any further action.
But she said it is possible some
recommended course of action
might come up during the after
THF MOST DISPPEARING ACT IN TOWN continues dally along Fourth of July Avenue, where the job of widening of the thor thoroughfare
oughfare thoroughfare into the largest "hill" in the route between J Street and the Limits. Taking advantage of the unusual dry spell this
week Bildon Inc earthmoving crews have been working about 12 hours dally to cut the outside section down to street level. The
earth moving here has been so effective since Monday, progress can almost be measured with the eye from hour to hour.
Health Bureau Reports Lone Polio Case,
Total Of 68,375 Vaccinations Since 1955
A record enrollment of 7100 stu-
i V a J L. T T C
of poliomyelitis in the iJanai mnt in siiwh v .yc, -inn 1 "iaents 18 expected wnen uie u.o.
75 poliomyelitis vaccinations administered trpta thr iftcepttott ofjthe ccn'gChoolt in t4iQaBal ,?on9 reopen
layAsVto j,n pntwC u "KW1K!
thf. United States, however, re not auite S theeut. Fai-alytiiflipHo struck 245 F.PniIm.nt.
Oniv od rase of Doliomvclitis in the Canal Zone In alnMst two years, and a rrand total of
.-' . .. .... f,yhM 4H irtront Inn of ttlii aMmi
nal Zone HeaJffi BureVu
(mm .h. ite'ited State however. re hot uiUW'ceii..rtta8rifif1Uo struck 245
persons there last week the highest seven-day total since September 1956. the Public Health
ServicWreported Friday. The report for all types of polio In the week endm Auf. S brought to
2,4gZftie total cases reported tnis year, witi i.nou
)U0' to this increase ri 'pa 'pa-ralytfc
ralytfc 'pa-ralytfc polio in,;' the United
States, plus thetfact that va vacationing
cationing vacationing Canal Zone residents
ajid cliildren will be returning
In the next lew weeks, the
Health Bureau has stressed the
importance of adequate : pro protection
tection protection through injections of
Salk vaccine. While persons ex exposed
posed exposed to polio may not develop
it themselves, there is ft pos
sibility that they may bfc- car carriers,
riers, carriers, the Bureau said.
Coicident with the return of
Canal Zone residents is the
polio season, from September
through December when, Vn the
past, the incidence of polio was
highest. The last polio case re reported
ported reported in the Canal Zone? was
in October 1958. in contrast, in
the fiscal year 1957, there were
12 polio cases in the Canal
Zone, and 11 in Panama.
AnvAnp piiaihio tn receive
medical care in the Canal Zone
may receive the injections, the
announcement said. The vac vaccine
cine vaccine has been provided free of
charge by the Canal Zone chap chapter
ter chapter of the National Foundation
for Infantile Paralysis, and the
present three-dose schedule of
Salk vaccine provide ample
protection for the time being.
Fourth injections are advised
prior to travel to the United
States. Individuals who com completed
pleted completed the series of three in injections
jections injections more than one year
ago may obtain a fourth in injection,
jection, injection, if desired. However,
the Health Bureau stresses
the need for all persons to
obtain the initial series as
promptly as possible.
Poliomyelitis vaccine was ad administered
ministered administered in "he Canal Zone
for the first time in May and
June 1955, to children between
r.hp sees of 5 and 0 departing
for the United States. These
were all essentially first injec injections
tions injections and, although a rush job.
a total of 1,153 were given.
As vaccine became more
readily available, the age
group eligible for vaccination
was expanded until at present
all persons eligible for Canal
Zone medical care may obtain
this motection free of charge,
regardless of age. The Canal
Foundation for Infantile Para Para-Zone
Zone Para-Zone chapter of the National
ivsi underwrote the adult im
munization program beginning
in May 1957, and for all age
groups in March 190.
To emphasize thM, the im importance
portance importance of preventive mea-
CZ Schools Open Sept
With Record Enrollments
sures throuwh Salk lniectlons
cannot be undestimated. the
Helath Bureau quotes from the
pollmyelitis surveillance report
fen- the first weeks of august,
which shows a major outbreak
of infantile paralysis under underway
way underway in the United States, with
the victims ranging in age
from non-immunized Infants
to a man 53 yearajpf age.
For Labor Day Fun
At PC Yacht Club
The Panama Canal Yacht Club
is planning a gala water earniviu
for Labor Day, a Yacht Club of-
Uciai announced today.
Water skiing, jnotor boating and
hydroplane races will highlight the
Free gasoline and oil for the day
u;ill ho nrnuiltad ttirnnph the Cour
tesy of the Yacht Club. Smool and
Hunnicut, and the Socony Vacuum ;
Those interested in taking part
in lie water carn;val shoul'1 con contact
tact contact Richard Phillips at Cristobal1
1673 or the Yacht Club manager.
SrtM lrrfanuarv 1959,
Enrollments iii the junior high
schools are expected to increase
9.6 over the past School year.
An estimated 7.5 increase is an anticipated
ticipated anticipated in the senior high schools.
The estimated enrollment includes
pupils from kindergarten through
junior college nui noes noi mount mount-the
the mount-the extension division.
The expected enrollments are:
Elementary Schools, 3692;
Junior High Schools, 1060: Sen Senior
ior Senior High Schools. 1567; Canal Zone
Junior College, 150.
These figures show a slight de
crease in kindergarten nnouii
grade but an increase in tne
iunior and senior high schools and
During tht pisf ftw months
etnsidtrabl maintenance work
hat been done In tht afhoolj to
ready them for optnlnq day. In Interior
terior Interior and exterior painting of a
number of buildings hs been
completed. Repalrr to furniture,
stati tnd desks have bttn made.
The activities building which
will provide auditorium, music,
and dramatic facilities for Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Side Secondary Schools will
be ready for ust In the near fu future.
ture. future. On the Atlantic Side, work
at the new Cristobal High School
t Cteo Solo Is progresses rap rapidly
idly rapidly at It work on tht athlttic
fitld and flood lights for tht
VThe Canal Zone Junior College
'Ril'be,SSt!l'2tth yea,Bn Sept. Sept.-lrThe
lrThe Sept.-lrThe registration hours will be
from 8:30 until 11:45 a.m. and
from 12:45 until 3:30 p.m. Classes
will begin the next day.
New teachers who werr recruit recruited
ed recruited locally or transferred from
substitute teaching positions, and
their assignments, are:
Mrs. Lieia De Armas Balboa
High School Spanish.
Mrs. Dahnelle Freeman Bal
boa Junior High School English.
Mrs. Louise Hurtado Balboa
Junior High School science and
Mrs. Erin Jones Cristobal
High School libarrian
Mrs. Peggy Ryan Balboa High
Mrs. Ainslie Tatum Balhoa
Junior High School Spanish.
Mrs. Harriet Young Cristobal
High School English and dra dramatics.
matics. dramatics. Mrs. Ruth De Bruine grade 1
Mrs. Mary Ellwood gradp 2 3.
Mrs. Mary Gurney grade 2,
Mrs. Barbara' Hitchman grade
Miss Carol Newhard grade 1.
Mrs. Joyce Sherman grade 3-
4, Balboa Annex.
Panama'; inrnme frnm Cnnnl 7tno nnAmtinnt 4-U
. VMIIMI HVHV U I IUII J III I 1 1
current year is expected to exceed by several millions the
.A...L!:.'. i.: i i i r iapa i i-
icyuunL s Munonai ouager ror according to Ui ue ue-porrment
porrment ue-porrment or Commerce figures.
Commerce Department estimate of Panama's income
from the Canal Zone in payrolls, contracts, and the sale
of food and other supplies in Fiscal 1958 is $63,000,000.
wirn Dig contracts either let or pending on Canal im improvement
provement improvement projects and the Balboa Bridge, it is believed
i-L-i. l: .. -ii i i.j ll- -ri
uiui i in nyure win oe exceegea rnis year. I nese ngures
do not include the $1,930,000 Canal annuity paid Pana Panama
ma Panama by the US Government.
Panama's national budget for 1959 is $61,113,500.
A Commerce- Department study of Panama's basic
: I i-i: i. i j . i a r.
ecunumy, isiuea in Yrasmngron roaay, srarea: ranama s
income rrom rransacnons wirn rne Lanai Zone has
traditionally covered well over half the nation's expendi expenditures
tures expenditures on imports of goods and services from the rest of tht
Tka rennrt eii4 tknf nn n nar rnnitn nnnHMl
ivwi i m uiui vn w wupnu iiuiiwiiui iinumv
basis Panama ranked seventh among Latin American na nations
tions nations after yenezuelaArgentina,, Chili
and Colombia in 1956 the latest year for which full fig figures
ures figures are available.
"Panama has not been subject to
balance-oi-payments crises such as
uiose suutteu oy many nations in
recent years," u.e L-uinmerce Ue Ue-pauineui
pauineui Ue-pauineui staieu, accoruing lo a
ufl report nom vasmngiun.
"Escape itoiu sucn uiuiculties
nas oecu due principally lo tnree
lactors: '"ine iaige anu steady in in-now
now in-now ot dollars nom the Canal
"2. Panama's geographic posi
tion, wniui giVC!, uit touiuiy a
good income aom iranai. traoe;
i. 'ine close tie beiween the
BaiDoa anu iim unileu Mates dol
lar, wnica causes Uuciadons in in in-cernationai
cernationai in-cernationai recepis to be retelected
mnr in ti.e euuntrv's national in
come and expenditure ihan in trade
uelicils our surpluses.
The Commerce Department stu study
dy study ot the basic emphasized the im importance
portance importance ot Panama's economic
relations with the Canai Zone and
projected improvements in the re republic's
public's republic's air, Highway and railway
lt said Tocumen airport has be become
come become the hub for air traffic of
North and South America, serving
16 international carriers with a
daily average ot 40 10 45 flights.
Air passengers arriving average
14,500 persons monthly 01 those
about 6625 continue on the same
Kobbe Soldier Held
On Charoe Of Rape
An American somier. o-ay.
Everton C. T,ewis, 25, is being
held today on $100 bail at Balboa
jail awaiting preliminary hearing
i "hr of statutory rate
kgainst a 14-year-old American
tewis, stationed at Ft. Kobbe.
was stilt on duty early last even evening
ing evening when his wife, left their, two
small children in the care of 14-year-old
The offense allegedly occurred
shortly after Lewis returned to
his home, and was reported td
military authorities by the girl's
father later in the evening. Lewi
i arrested by canai zone poi poi-authorities
authorities poi-authorities early this morn-
His prellminay hearing is .: set
ir next Monday, when Balboa
Magistrate's Court must deter
mine whether or not the evidence
warrants that the soldier be bound
over to U.S. District Court for
trial on the felony charge.
Conviction on a chargr of statu statutory
tory statutory rape carries a m nimum pen penalty
alty penalty of one vear in jail and a
maximum penalty of JO years in
7 f iU&
uum mm ihwMM wiMKMliiilifinnriM "ir"-r wmmr-
AF Vefr Teenager Set World Record For Outboard Motors
and for the moit part itaya
ntar shora. On leg$ of the trip
which war ovar 25b milti thty
haadad for opei saa.
"rnr lu h Qies Drnbieii,.-. they
An ex-Air Force liulenant with! Trische, an ex-pilot who occasion occasion-285
285 occasion-285 combat missions over The ally flies the company p ane io
liump, and ,r Ab-year-oio htgn keep his hand in, said. I d have
school boy arrived at the Panama' broupht-one ot my Own chddren on
Canai Vacm uun in y "j-- .::,!.,,, Tne i faced were
teiuay mium rj," o. l have five girls.-' : ga.-.- It tool, atom 2, m,..r.- (.
new worlo s recor.. o. t.ie imiget Only trouDie is i nave nve
voyage by an outboard motor-pow-; The h.breglas, cruiser, wnich I0""1 ?CZ ":l-c
ereu civ i.. Trische says has penormeu ter-: thr0 -h '0mciais at ever port no
Andrew Trisohe -and his youthful rilail-. )S equipped wrl two ; ho "rr a" h ., -f
coiiipamou Ko.ef Cumnnngs had. gpecial 10-gallon gas tanks and ,, fact that their previous stop
loeeed iust over 3,700 miles when,rries aY toiat o' 245 gallons with f" TTZ rL,
. ....l .. . mt!. 1 .-.U 111.. V IlttVC WTCll II' l"
.I....- doiiieu laeii' iiuregia laiuniiuu engine lanKS- inis is enuugu tr
cruiser, me wagnona n, yesieiuav( Uei to n;- 'n diiouarus in -i
'ine pievo-:- 'W-aot- -. ir hours. The average mileage per
outboard oowered cra;t was gen- i,inu or the triu was abou- 280
eiM'iy accep:ei,i .- 1 i' ss- miles. : 'a-u pa;
tablished on a-trans-Atlantic cro- The racor! braker tool ihair ir.'h-. oe-
.. . ., m . ,i: !,L
j,n :. tima coming aown rna can v-oaii wrestling wun
Trische and Cummmgs plan to
i on from jwi. a' .- :-, .rtg
before the re-fueling operation was
The pair plans to push on to-
-L ,1.. n ri n iV,ou nnm.
morrow siioiuy i". i
Diet their Canal transit. Tolls for be ana ma s
A significant feature of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's agricultural development s
the 'rapid growth of cattle, hof
and poultry raising. The republic
attained an export surplus of beef
cattle for tne urst time in 1955.
RP Customs Officials
Seeking To Eliminate
Panama customs authorities arc
studying a new measure aimed
at limitine the contraband of
d-jty-free liquor sold to Canal
Zone residents and organizations,
it was revealed today. j
The measure contemplates the
establishment of a central control
department through which all liq-
;h,i sales to the Canal Zone would
be made. It would eliminate the
current system where by any
package liquor stores can sell
liquor to Canal Zone residents
who present an order signed by
the head of the department by
which he is employed.
Yesterday, Finance Minister
Fernando Eleta denied a publish published
ed published report that Panama planned ta
suspend the sal of duty-free liq-
our to Canal Zone residents be because
cause because of the amount of taxes
which has to be 'eturned to deal
ers by the government as a re result
sult result of these sales. This was said
to amount to more than $1,000,000.
The reDort denied bv Eleta in
dicated that the suspension would
reply to the repeat
customs officials and the cabin cruiser will total $5.04
r.unn C iii'. r. la'. 'A'"f. S '!-
Ian in love with Latin America,
.) ,- : ..- wnu'J b !ila
late for school in the fall. "Still
! : -eit, fii A in naography
anyway, ha said.
; :ri'-!- ';rchorag in the
irv two monins nmP ney navr ou-
l osi ng gasolinr- .n.i.- tlK .(. m"the cruiSer to Chicago 'to be
gallon drums in which they pur-)u, nt : ,.3,,,re FXnibt -n the
'vm !. pose-- -i -nnnal rhicsnn Intprnational Boat
ed violations of the 1955 treaty by
the United States.
the bulky drums
Show in October.
RECORD BREAKERS Robert Cummlngs (left) and Andrew
Trische rest on the cabin of their 22 ft. cabin cruiser shortly
after, their arrival at the Panama Canal Yacht Club in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal yesterday morning. The pair claims to have established a
new world record for the longest trip by an outboard-powered
craft while traveling approximately 3700 miles between their
MVPori '" Vjck.-b'ii Mississippi and Cristobal From nere
I jtllH-J JWl f rr"
tnly plan to go, North to Anchorage, Alaska,
the Canal tomorrow
ni). ii rp 'he c: i i.
fly i. tr t' m'.'
Kiev estimala they will
triivailfi' ti' of U.O'J 't'l
will attabliah: a distance record
of ovi uGBr hifi hool.l dit dit-cauraga
cauraga dit-cauraga all comers.
r. a" V .- :!jnt.el
in .Tune when tl- 22 f. cruiser,
nn" ,-" '
Johnson tutboards, left Vicks Vicks-bur,
bur, Vicks-bur, Mis, t
The plirpose of the trip, besides
the idvent.uref urge to smash a
world record, i to test the en en-dneance
dneance en-dneance nd jpapahilit'es of he
cruiser built by the Magnolia Boit
.., rtnrin?.Co.. n1' 'lckhurj.
Trische, Is an assistant sales man-
is the son of the firm's sales manager.
Canai Zone American Legion Team
Eliminated From Regionals, 20-3
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UPD The Washington Gaslight
Post team cashed In on eight errors and 12 hits to trounce
the Panama Canal Zone team, 20 to 3, today in the regional
American Legion Junior League Baseball Tournament.
Washington hurler Bob McCarthy won easilv as he gave
p only four hits and struck out 17.
The Canal Zone was represented by the Westinghouse
team which won the Isthmian American Legion Junior base baseball
ball baseball championship.
Washington . .
The Canal Zone Teener team was also eliminated yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Henhey, Pa. In the FVW National Teener Tourna Tournament,
Aqainst Men in
Cerro Tute Revolt
Veraguas Dist. Atty. Carlos To To-var
var To-var yesterday ordered the lifting of
an arrest order against rich; Pa Panamanians
namanians Panamanians who werp charged
wi'h complicity in the armed up uprising
rising uprising at Cerro Tute 'as' April.
The eight include Samuel Gu Gutierrez,
tierrez, Gutierrez, Luis E. Chandcik F.sper,
Alvaro Menendez Franci Kdilber Kdilber-to
to Kdilber-to Villar. Jainv Padilla n-'"li7, Po Po-lidoro
lidoro Po-lidoro Pinzon, Elise. Alvarez and
Ruben i neta. who are cvded in
Cuba, Costa Rica and Chile.
Tovar lifted the order under the
provisions of the penal code which
mpowers judiriii authorities in
croc charges under certain condi
Motor Poo! Employe
Forfeits $70Q Bail
In Dislricf Court
Albino V. Roldan, 37-year-old
Panamanian, forfeited $700 bail
yesterday when he failed to appear
t U.S. uistnei court, Ancou, on
a morals cnange.
J idge Guthrie F. Crowe ordered
the bail forfeited when Roldan
faiioH tn annear for arraiement
with his attorney Woodrow de Cas.
tro. A warrant was issued ior koi
dan's arrest, but was, temporarily Kf
withheld when the case was con. A;
tinned to this morning. .V,:-;
Whon thp Hpfpndant failed to aa
pear today, de Castro requested
continuance to next Tuesday,:
which was granted by the court. '.
Serving of the arrest warrant vat
again postponed. w
Roldan, employed at the Pan
ama government motor pool, la
charged under the Canal ZonejtrU
minal code with committing;
"lowd and lascivious" act against
a six year-old child. s? ? V
Conviction on the charge car
ries a maximum penalty ot.JJ ;!
years in the penitent a ry. ..- :.:
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 195t
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THI; IS YOU FORUM THI HADEHS OWN COLUMN
Tka Mill Itn n an span lorum ot rttitn e Tha Panama American
Uttsrt ars received iratefully and ar handled in a whally cenrioWia'
It ray cenrribute a letter den I e impatient if it doain't appaai the
eat say Letter, are pub!ished in the order received.
Please tr ts keep tne lettert limited to one paae length.
Identity ef lettei wntera ii held in ttrietett confidence
Thu newspaper mumti no responsibility rer tatTtent i eeiniom
expressed in lettert Ircm readers.
THE MAIL BOX
Cm watching Tennessee Krnie Ford and enjoying my TV im immeasurably
measurably immeasurably when what happ?n. not once, not twice, but three
times tah, tab, tan. tah.
You have all heard these cuiny breaks: Can you guess this
man? He was a compone boy who walked 10 miles barefoot through
20 inches ol snow to finish through the Third Grade, yet he was an
Armv man and later the President of the United States."
Yes, iir, this man was blah blah, and if you want to know of
another blah blah just wait till the program becomes interesting and
anothsr blah blah will interrupt it.
I'm not a civilian dissenter. I'm a cornpone airman, and ,1 m
blah blah tired of all these breaks in my TV enjoyment.
My wife doesn't normally crab about things, but these breaks
during the shows have upset even her calm emotions.
I don't want to join the Army. Even if I did, these TV recruiting
gimmicks would scare me the other way. On the, other hand, with all
these awards the Armv givs away amid popping flashbulbs, such
as sharpshooter's badges for officers, maybe next job will be with
the good old publicty-minded Army anyway.
In this tropic land
Folks take pen in hand
And then they decry
I'lices, low and hign,
Parties, political and social,
Businessman and yokel,
Army, Marines, Navy,
Civilians are their gravy.
DJs or JDs,
flowers, fruits, trees,
Animals, insects, birds,
Announcers' choice of words.
TV, radio, PX,
MPs, politicians get the hex.
Chiva rides, pilots' pay,
Neighbors' fights, kids at play.
Jtiots, taxes, raids,
COs, POs, maids.
Art, music, drama,
Sports, shorts, even Grandma.
Weather, hot and cold,
Issues, new and old.
Kverything'a wrong, nothing's right.
Even this poem will not delight.
We keep hearing things are bien
How about a letter or praise now and then?
Averse To Criticism.
GIFTS FOR KIDS
The Volunteers Committee of the Hospital del Nino would like
onc8,again to use the medium of your paper to thank the people who
contributed strollers, "books." dolls, crayons, tricycles and many other
things after our recent request for toys to amuse the sick children.
.Some of the contributors were anonymous, and to those espe especially,
cially, especially, since we can say it no other way, a most grateful, written
Some kind people who had nothing in the way of old toys to give
th? children actually went out and sought new crayons, lovely color coloring
ing coloring book and other small toys. Another gave us a beautiful and ex expensive
pensive expensive toy requiring batteries, and thoughtfully provided extra
new batteries, just in case. We also received some fine 45 rpm rec records,
ords, records, a complete jungle gym, Spanish comic books, wooly animals,
and several intriguing pull toys, all in the best of shape.
A Panamanian bookstore has given our committee some chil children's
dren's children's books, and the organization named CARE has provided the
achoolage children with 25 individual packages of reading material
and wriiing equipment. A prominent Panamanian woman who is
associated with a local department store gave the younger children
two boxes of tovs and rattles to play with in bed.
The recreational n?e.ds of the children were great, and there is
nothing that was given us which was not received with so much en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. Also, all of the contributions are getting the best of care
from the nurses, th? children and from the Volunteers Committee.
If, in the future, any person is able to donate toys to the Hospital,
the same telephone numbers for pick-ups apply: Panama 30353. and
3-1565. For deliveries, we will use the same address: House No. 7,
Avenida Federico Royd in Bella Vista.
Once again, our fervent thanks
Volunteer Committee of the Hospital del Nino.
"You Won't Need All That Luggage, Nikita"
WAITING AND WAITING AND WAITING
I saw recently in vour paper an article to the effect that officials
of the children's section of Santo Tomas Hospital are trying to form
a Jist of blood donors.
A fine idea, but they claim the reason for the constant shortage
of blood in the bank is due to superstition. Not entirely, says I. Ra Rather
ther Rather the shortage is more likely due to lack of system at the blood
I don't intend to criticize these kind people, but recently I read
news story that had to do with the need for type A negative blood
required for a woman who was to undergo a serious operation.
I have that tpe and have donated before, so I arranged to go 1o
Santo Tomas the very next day. 1 don't recall any mention of the.
necessity for an appointment and since it was an emergency I hur hurried
ried hurried to the hospital.
Unfortunately, 1 have a limited knowledge of Spanish, but when
I showed my donor's card to a young student nurse she conducted
me to the blood hank. Alter some confusion, due to the language
difficulties (for which 1 blame no one), I filled out the necessary
papers and gave a sample of my blood. Then I went to the waiting
room and waited, and waited, and waited.
Finally a doctor appeared, and much to my surprise I was given
a thorough physical examination ano filled out a questionnaire .ibotit
my health. Eventually the doctor OK'd me and after another wait
for my turn I, gave the blood; a quick and simple operation. Then I
waited for my donor's card.
In all it must have taken thr?e or four hours for what should
have normally been a fairly speedy process. Incidentally, the wom woman's
an's woman's husband came to thank me profusely so I feel it was worth worthwhile.
while. worthwhile. The point of the whole thing is that the hospital needs to sel up
a better system. Certain days or hours should he set aside when a
doctor can be available for the physicals that's where the bottle bottleneck
neck bottleneck seamed to be (he morning. I was there.
I've no doubt there is a shortage of personnel and the doctor is
question was busy making rounds in the wards Still emergency
donations should be accepted at once. I don't say this because I ex expect
pect expect preferential treatment, but because I feel sorry for the 15 or 20
other who waited patiently to make donations along with me.
I know nothing about how, or even if. The Red Cross arranges
for wholesale donations as thev do in the States, but that would be
one solution to the shortage. If a f?w folks could be persuaded to
donate surely others would follow when they saw how harmless it
Well, as I say, I can only speak from my own experience, but 1
ean't help feeling some organization would etpedite matters at the
Santo Tomas Blood Bank.
Mrs. P. L. Vesclo.
My hobby is collecting coins of different countries. I am Interest
(id in contacting readers in your area who share the some hobby, and
who would agree to exchange coins of Panama for coins of Israrel
and other countries.
t Y. Karin,
12 Barak St.,
Tel Aviv, Israel.
By VICTOR RIE&EL
NAIROBI, Kenya Virtually e e-verywhere
verywhere e-verywhere On this continent
j s Kussia ai.d China com
bineo. the search for subver subversion
sion subversion leads one 10 chilling secret
so.. .Hits still taking run blood
oaths deep in bush country,
i..0 in Mountain forests or
oown in tropical jungles. All of
them hate lue wmies aud plan
to destroy those Aincan leaders
viio preach moderation.
Mau Mau may be deader than
the families they h a c x e d to
puces with long razoredged pan pan-gas
gas pan-gas or shot down wan ao-it-
ourself guns made of stolen pip piping.
ing. piping. Bui there is a new secret
society carefully working out
1 ts the K.K.T the Kiama
Kia Thayu. Strangely enougu it's
called twe Society of Peace. Intel Intelligence
ligence Intelligence officers here note that the
use of the word pact m
terrorist language is oddiy paral
lei to Communist Aesopian lan language.
guage. language. Tnese officers reveal that no
one knew the origin ol the Mau
Mau name. Some t h o u n t it
sprang from Mao, the icat.er of
the Communist Chinese. Some
said it might have evoked sup supply
ply supply from some Briton s offhand
crack t.iat the old kilters walKed
as softly as cats and people bt bt-gan
gan bt-gan calling them "meows. some
said it was merely alliterative
letters strung together.
But now for ths first timo
there is a propaganda nole in
ths terrorism that has lilts to
do with internal Kenyan mat mat-tors.
tors. mat-tors. Ths K.K.T. is operating in
ths Embu arsa exactly as I he
Mau Mau and anothsr outfit
callod K.K.M. did, Ths nsw K.
T. hat just be-i discovered
It's para prisma I is is ths sams
as ths stomach-curdling Mau
So are tne killing oaths.
Because of this grunness oa
the oiner edges of civuuatio...
Ui government insists on main main-taming
taming main-taming its Mau Mau Emergency
Laws over a consideraDie part of
the key colony in wnitfn Bri Britain
tain Britain is about to begin building
a ?10, 000,000 military uase noos noosed
ed noosed right into our own defenses.
And Uiese Emergency Laws sun
keep strict control over Hie Ken Kenya
ya Kenya Eederations of Labor led by
the 28-year-old 'lom Mooya,
the one African backed solidly
by the AFL-C10. Oddly enougit
these laws could also keep u u-nions
nions u-nions clean if properly handled
by government officials.
Tne statutes were passed in
1955 to keep unions in line after
the Mau Mau had been beaten
in the fields.
During the Maif Mau emereert
cy the government refused to
permit, union shop stewards to
collect dues in the plants on the
docks, in tiie hotels ano at other
concentrations of warkers. Then
the security police pitned up al almost
most almost two score labor leaders and
put them in detention camps
as Mau Mau sympathizers. Some
of these are still held among
the hundreds accused of being
hard core Mau Mau terrorists
The first union dragnet was
hauled in by the government is
1953. By 1955 the African unions
were reeling. Then the govern government
ment government put its Register of Trade
Unions act in final shape. I'.ns
meant that as soon as a union
starts collecting dues it must it it-gisttr
gisttr it-gisttr with the government.
The registrar then examines
the union constitution. He has
tne right to insist that there
are democratic bylaws and that
the officers are literate in Swa Swa-hili
hili Swa-hili and English so t.iey can
carry on routine business and
keep full accounting ol lunds in
regular Westernized books.
Ths Rsglitrar ttisn loski
vsr ths fled ts sss if anothsr
union alrsady sxitts in ths a a-rsa
rsa a-rsa being sought by ths nsw
outfit. Ths rsglitrar can rule
that thsrs alrsady is an sxitt.
ing union csvsring ths jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction and can refute ths nsw
applicant ths right to organixa.
Tiie registrar, appointed by
the Governor, can call, lor the
books, minutes and all data and
lues after he has permitted the
union to register and organize.
He can dissolve a union if it
goes crooked or if it terrorizes
firms or employes. He can de-re
gister a group if it is a, paper
outfit or it it doesn t operate on
the statement of principles it
laid out in its application tor go
government approval, xnus a
group cannot say it wants to re register
gister register as a truck union and then
organize white collar workers
The registrar can also dissolve
a union for violation of the
spirit of the law. This means
Uai he can de-certify a union for
being politically activie because
the law says that a union can
dedicate itself only to employer
worker relations. Thus if a u
nion criticizes a piece of legisla
tion or a decision of the autho
rities it can be dissolved.
Defiance by the union's lead
ers can bring jail and fines.
There are provisions for full se
crel balloting on strike action,
The authorities say that thev
don't dare permit a union to be
captured by a secret terrorist
outfit in Uie future. Tom Mboya
retorts that this is a union-bust-
in law. And tthat if his labor
'op nd his own influ
ence are broken there will be
fe iorce to stand be
..ecu law and order on one side
and violence against the white
settlers and the governmtnt on
And out In thr Embu wilds, the
Kiama Kia Thayu enrolls blooo
brothers in the "S o c i 1 1 y of
-e I P7tf SI I AS
The Washington Merry -Q6- Round
By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON A tightly or--who profit from the money
ganized group of 17 Walllaiai.....
iieei money manipulators wno
can and do tell the U.S. Treasu Treasury
ry Treasury how it can lloat its bonds
has just been unearthed by
The Senate-House Economic always adopieu.
Committee, wanting to avoid
hiking interest rates on govern-
men Donus, stumoien imo ur.s
aolidly entrenched money trust.
They suspect that the finan-l
cial tycoons were the chief
ronsn-ntors behind the drive!
to remove the 4 1-4 percent
ciling clamped on in'erest
rates in 1918, and fix the sky
as the limit.
This will automatically boost,
the cost of consumer borrowing
on automobiles, homes, and ap-nlianres.
Tho Congressional fiscal
sleuths discovered that virtual
)v" iM tradipfl "overnroent se
curities Is handled by 17 deal
ers which have d'rect tele
t h o n e lines to each other
Thev us- (hese lines not toi
transact business but to coordi
nrfc This result 'if unr
form quotation's ann might be
eials as a violation of tne iner
The Federal Reserve Board
anu lieasuij oepdi'.menu no;
doubt would deny that Wall1
oueeiCis ha i.it. uueresl rates.
Yet their recommendations are
'The only trouble with this
invest gauou," cJiiiiiien ed Il Illinois
linois Illinois Sen. Paul Douglas, the E E-conomic
conomic E-conomic Comm.ttee cna.rman,
"is that the stakes are too big.
The public doesn'i seem to un understand
derstand understand scandrls involving more
Words which Vice President
Njxon would like to forget:
"'fue lea( ers of the jvremlin
know that their armies are not
reliable" Nixon said Chic igo
April 30, 1957. "They realize
that unrest and dssensiorr are
barely hidden in their colleges
and universiues. They are s s-ware
ware s-ware of grumbling and doubts
in thP ra iks of; the Communist
The largest dealer, Discount
Corporal. oil, is owned by five
b p banks whicn deal in govern
ment securities. They are
.n.ers Trt Cemi-al Corn;
Exchange, First National City
org- '-i 'i ni Trust, and
New York Trust.
Two o he b-nks, Chase Man
hattan and Manufacturers
Trust, have directors on Dis
"And they know that these
pressures are mounting until
some dav .here w.l oca a rieji-l
jsive revolt at the very center i
ot the to-nmumst e tu rp Wnen1
'that day comes, the entire rot-1
len sr will collapse of'
its own weight.
Soea1' n ; n Moscow Aug. 1,
1959, Nixon said:
"'I w.irejsc irsthand the
thriving productivity of the
factor complCN ihr Urals. 1
..... r nrAntlti imnr....J U.. tL f
.. ,'vficient modern equipment of
the government securities mark- factori h magnificent
!,'' "loimt'' 'o a fan-i,.n,c ., .. ,,
tastic $200 billion business earn
ve"r. V'tt'oni co'tntin" Ihp va-l
bilious interest, the annual pro
fit on buying and selling gov
ernment bonds runs over $680,
The interest rates are not set
h"' 'nimwitivp bidd nT. but by
government decree based upon,
the advice of the same tycoons
When You Buy It!
here A in the USA
Available at your
loallets in iinra 1 ?ki Novb-
sibirsk, by the competent com com-oe1
oe1 com-oe1 five orvc pro-ress that is
evident on every side.
"But most of all 1 was im impressed
pressed impressed by your people: After
jii uie givaU-.M ..s.,e. o a coun country
try country is not its forests, its lacto lactones,
nes, lactones, or i s larms, out Us peo people
ple people 1 particularly noticed
i rst their capaciiv ior hard
work. Their vitality, their in intense
tense intense uesire to inprovc their
lot. to get ahead is evident e-
It will be interesting to see
which statement, in the long
run, Nixon will most want to!
Significant backstane forces'
are influencing the congressional
nveslil luci o vti p- i
Dale Alford of Little Rock. They
nave no"iinr in rn with the
merits of the case.
Off cially he House Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee on Elections is examin examin-P"
P" examin-P" the wr to-in Hots to see
whether they are legal.
UnofiiciaUy the c'i r nfluence
is that of Cong. Wilbur Mills
of Av ansf c it. .er il. personable
Chairman of the House Ways
id ?ie-ns Commi1 ee. who as aspires
pires aspires to be Speaker of the House
0. "rr V if ...
The other influence is a ne ne-sa'
sa' ne-sa' n-me'v 'hat Arkan
sas will lose two congressmen in
1 beca o" the oopulation
shift to California and other
NVst"'" '.U's. This means th.it
two Arkmsas congressmen have
" '' eatert nr else bow
OHt. Mills doesn't want to be one
j nf t n.
One of the two will probably
k f-. v V-rp'l ci.- on!.-
ill and confined to a w he e 1
n r -i p''"r 'i' -c y er
Mills hopes, will be Dale Alford
write-in candidate of Little
M'-rri remain? in Conores
he would be easy to heat in
COP DELIVERS OWN CHILD
LOS ANGELES (UPI) A 36
ve'r-o'd "o'i "nr- wn has
livered three babies for mother?
i.-hv v ".. ',.. -l
time chalked up his fourth deliv delivery
ery delivery -.csteruay. This time i
was hie own rhilrl. Migtin Bur'
Fernald performed the t a I k
when Vs v iiti '3. (rav
birth to a daughter as he raced
toward a hospital in their car.
primary so Mills has worked his
persuasive influence on Speake'
iu itayuuin to let Alford a a-lose.
lose. a-lose. li. on the other hand. Brook
Hays were still in Congre s s
uutie Uock he vould be an ex extremely
tremely extremely tough opponent. So the
pnwenul chairman o. thP House
Ways and Means com m i 1 1 e e,
Mm; ol Ai'Kunsas, s not at all
averse to having his Southern
ii-.ena.s on the Elections Commit Commit-cunH'date
cunH'date Commit-cunH'date Alford remrn in Con Congress
gress Congress while moderate Cong.
Brooks Hays remains outside.
The Pan American Coffee Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, with Brazil as its bia bia-gest
gest bia-gest backer, hires the man who
launched the recent bitter politi political
cal political attack on one ot Ike s
staunches! senators, Clifford
Case of New Jersey. .lames P
Selvage, public relations man
for the Pan American Coffee
Bureau, has started a campaign
'n (e? Cas. rcordine to
Qharles Taft, the Selvage group
ams to n baak to le time
before Louis XIV.". . .Gov. Pat
Rrown of California Vt hair
down at a secret meeting of Ca Ca-'
' Ca-' 'ornia ronnlf.? ripn fre 0.
ther day regarding his can
- rro-,,'nt "I'm ot
seeking any of this," he said.
- n' job "-J rl"n''
know that I'm qualified. But
- ;c n .ijfrii
got a hip job to do in Califor California
nia California m'' "-'nk l'v "ot r.t( n
a good start. If I keep on
- future will take care
of itself ". .
c-- -..,.,. r0i,i,vqip n
zona, a reserve General in the
Air Forre Reserve Association's
propaganda boosting Nixon
mentator Doug Edwards bowed
senhower at a recent off-fhe-re-that
Edwards' colleagues winced.
(Prsssntsd by ths Dspartmsnt
of Christian Education of ths
Episcopal Church in ths Mis
sionary Diocsss of ths Panama
GETTING UP IN
"Awaks, awaks put on thy
strength, O Ziori; put on thy
There is nothing more prosaic
then getting up 'in Che morning,
dressing, and going on from
there. We take il all for grant granted,
ed, granted, failing to appreciate what is
involved in beginning a new
It may well be, however, that
Second Isaiah was thinking in
these terms as he ad d r e s s e s
Zion. Formerly the nation had
been wak, lonely and oppressed.
Now a new day is coming. He
urges her to arouse up from her
fitful slumber, to shake off the
dust of the ground and put on
her most beautiful ga r m e n t s.
Zion is to wake to a new day.
The prophet becomes lyrical as
he paints the glorious future in
This is the wonderful thing. Ev Every
ery Every man can do the same. We
do not need lo follow the old
routine. We can break with the
ias(. Each morning brings with
t the opportunity for a new de de-ision,
ision, de-ision, a fresh choice. A new
'trengtlh can be ours if we ask
God for It. As we put on clean
clothes, we can put on a new
man as well. We can "wake up
ind start right."
Nsw svsry morning Is ths love
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NEWS OF ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, PANTIES AND TRAVEL SHOULD BE MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WILL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 07.40 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.
RLf n WAU.NKR IHORALK 1)1
FOfc i ORMANCtS ON BOTH SIDtS OF ISTHMIS
i The Roger Wagner Chorale, now on its first Latin American
tour, was scheduled to aiive at Totumen Airport this, afternoon,
ind travel dirertlv to the Hotel Washington in Colon.
. Thev will be presented tomorrow evening at the Abel Bravo
School in Colon. The second and final performance on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus will be at the national Theater in Panama City.
At Gaimer Oudrttrs
.liniu .Mrtiini mil Charles
SanJ' hae arrived liom Baltimore
Gaither, C.Miimander-in-Chief, Car Car-rbncan.
rbncan. Car-rbncan. .uii wi- i.aithcr al their
Quarry Heights residence.
Society u Hold
Members u. l tie Canal .one
chapter of the Society for Person-,
net Mini ni-t llllii will nava uhl
ner meeting Thursday, August 27.'
m i he main .ounge ol the Alnronk
Guest speaker for thr evening;
will be Asa McCain, executive vice
prescient ol the Inter-Agency Ad-;
Yiory Group in the office of the
xecutive vice president ol the In
ter-Agency Advisory Group in the
office of the exeuctive secretary oi
the U.S. Civil Service Commission
in Washington, D C. He will discuss
the CanaJ Zone Board of Appeals,
of which he is chairman.
Members are invited to bring
guests, tickets may oe obtained
by calling Olio Helmenchs, Balboa
or ii Lie.
Jiereshmenls will b served at
1:(1 p.m., witn dianer at 'r.'M.
Potluck Supper To Hongr
McClelland r'amily I
Families of the Margarita Union
Chlirch have planned a potluck
aupper for Sunday evening honor honoring;'
ing;' honoring;' Mt. ana Mi a. K. t idt-iieel-laad
and family, who are soon to
leafle tne Istnmus. Mr. McClelland,!
wi has served as executive se secretary
cretary secretary of the Cristobal YMCA.j
but been assigned as executive se-
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PROTEIN: BIOLAC supplies sufficient
protein for babv s erowth
FAT: The fat content of BIOLAC has
been redurrd ?o that babv receives
onlv what he needs, and ran dlest
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BUM c m modified cows milk of
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K HKRF. THIS AFTERNOON
crcury of lhe ISO- YMCA at
, is scheduled for 5:;'.0
p.m. Sunday in the church parlors.!
..hc.i .ainii i asken hi .iring i
Gulick Chapel Guild
.l tne reguur monthly meeting
of the r'ort Gulick Protestant,
i naepi duilc roues tor juniorj
choir members were cut out and
oi- mImim'i, i mcmoers lor home
spwing. Guests attending werej
n- Donald rvloc. .Vlr.s. James
Thornton, Mrs. Simon Woegens
and Airs. Charles Oanheri.
.Mrs. Gerald McCurdy and Mrs.
K. .cwby servea as hostesses.
A farewell gift from the Guild
was presenteu to Mrs. Raymond
.Members attending the meeting
were Mrs. L. Erickson, Mrs. C.
Uiaphc, .vlrs. (. .wcCuniy, Mrs.
K. Newby, Mrs. L. Green, Mrs.
.1. lleoge.s Airs. D. Bonitace, Mrs.
M. Nolte, Mrs. A. Brown, Mrs. P.
Judsoji, Mrs. A. Kelley, .Mrs. L.
Lwson, Mrs. j. Roane and Mrs.
At Curundu Heights
Mr. and" Mrs. Francis J. Meyers
of Curundu Heights have as their
house guest lor six weeks Mrs.'
Meyers' sister, Miss Marie More
land, of Philadelphia.
Gulick NCO Wivts
Install Now Offictrs
The semi-annual installation of
officers of the Fort Gulick NCO
Wives Club was held in the ba II II-roomof
roomof II-roomof thp NCO club. M-Sgt. E.
J. Berger served as master of ce-
The Cocoli Baptist Church will
be holding Revival Meetings
eash night beginning August
23nd through August 30th at
Rev. James Nelson of the
Goodyear Baptist Church In
Picayune Miss., will be bringing
the Messages of God.
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Ntw YrV, N Y U.U..
ln( aa tha
Jremonies for the dinner-dance af-
Mrs. Kathryn Killip, outgoing
pi-: oeni. was presented a g.it 01
appreciation after she extended the
j el to the incoming president,
Mrs. Nancy Williams. Other new
officers are Mrs. Flo Henning vice
presii.eni; Mrs. Betty Merrill,
secretary, Mrs. Connie Norris,
treasurer; Mrs. Fran Berger, Mrs.
Terry Task, Mrs. Alvina Mills
and Mrs. Eva Blacazar, board of
Old and new officers received
corsages of blue hydrangeas and
tiuesU f honor included Col.
and Mrs. Cecil Himes, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Carlo Rctanees. Mr. and
Mrs. Carroll Chaphe.
The bsuroom was decorated in
a "Stardust" theme. Table center center-nieces
nieces center-nieces of nine hydrangeas were
flanked with silver and white
laners S1; Kaf Stegmin man manager
ager manager of the club, was presented a
scro'l i'' noro"i'tion for Ms helD
to the. Wives Club during the past
year hy Mrs. Killip.
Attending the dinner-dance were
S-Sgt. an.l Mrs. Tevnnld G. Hirn,
Sfc. and ,Mrs. Harold M. Craig,
S"t. WuHe-- Chr'-'i'nson Sfc. "id
Mrs. A. W. Flight. Mrs. Flo
t'onnin" ('hie1' "H 'rs. Steve
Kish, Chief and Mrs. John Paris,
M-5"' and 'rc C. "-d2es Ci, 5
and Mrs. R. Ledue, Sfc. and Mrs.
Rnv iniuiui Sgl Mrc. Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Killip. Sfc. and Mrs. Richard
lWill- sfp and Mr. Chafes Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Mrs. Dotty Badger,' Sp. 5 and
Mrs. ''enr?e '"nrriwe1' S-Sff. and
Mrs. Robert Braun. Sfc. and Mrs.
n. st.b'-in'- CdI. 'nd Mm. ".l ".l-dridgp
dridgp ".l-dridgp Henry. S-Sgt. and Mrj.
lose"'- P ''es7ar "' M". r"lt"on
Merrill. Sfc. and Mrs. R. Norris,
Sf. 'nd Mrs.- r. Behunin, Sfc.'
and Mrs. Carlos Santos.
Sgt. nd Mrs. Karl Stegman. Sp.
5 and Mrs. W. Moon, Sgt. and Mr.
David Beeklev. Sp. 4 and Mrs. R.
Corbitt, Sfc. and Mrs. Fred De De-Maio
Maio De-Maio Sn. 4 and Mrs. L. Ryeback,
Sgt. and Mrs. Alberto Braun, Mrs.
Sue iel, So 5 and Mrs. Guy Trask,
S-Sgt. and Mrs. W. Weir, Mr. and
Mrs. T.aurenee Bray M-Set. and
Mrs. E. J. Berger, Sfc. and Mr.
O. Pridgen. Sfc. and Mrs. Charles
Williams, Sgt. and Mrs. Leon
(Continued n Pag ,4,)
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18 Norse god
23 the table
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SB Abuse vocally
42 Corded fabric
53 Here (Fr.)
54 Nose dives
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59 Work unit
4 Greek areas
7 Beef, for
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CONGRATULATED ON RETIREMENT. X- AJtfiuf Batson, mail
clerk with the administrative and programs office of the U.S.
Army Caribbean Ordnance Section, receives congratulations from
Col. C. Nickerson Jr., chief of the .section, as he retires from
government employ after 27 years of service. Nickerson presented
Batson with a letter of appreciation from Maj. Gen. Charles L.
Dasher, USARCARIB dbmmandlng general, during the ceremony.
Batson is due to leave Aug. 26 for New York City, where his
wife and family make their home and where he will be employ employed
ed employed by the Radio Corporation of America. He first was employed
with Ordnance in 1932, was affiliated with the 15th Naval Dis District
trict District and the USARCARIB Engineer Section, then returned to
Ordnance employ in 1949. (U.S. Army Photo).
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30 Solar disk
43 Flower part
43 Tribal groups
46 FJyinf device
48 Chest rattle
50 Iranian coin
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By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service
WEST EAST (D)
AK74 4k A Q 10 9
A Q 6 5 3 410 72
a63 K J 92
A 10 8 5
A Q 10 8
North and South vulnerable
East South Weil North
14 1N.T. Double Pass
Opening lead 5
The only excuse for South's vul vulnerable
nerable vulnerable no-trump overcall is thai
the game was duplicate. He only
risked a bottom score and he sus suspected
pected suspected that East was bidding a
fancy club against him.
Poor North had to stand lor
Wests double. He had no place to
go except home. The double dum dummy
my dummy defense of a spade opening
and a low diamond return would
have held South to two tricks but
West made a normal lead of the
five of diamonds.
South took his jack and played
ace and one heart. East won with
the queen and returned a diamond
whereupon, West ran off four dia diamond
mond diamond tricks.
East had to make two discards
and many players would have
been tempted to signal spade
strength by discarding tne ten but
East realized that his fourth spade
was a probable trick so he con
vcyed the same message by sim simply
ply simply discarding the deuce and then
the nine of clubs.
It was no problem for West to
lead the four of spades which East
won with the ace. He led a spade
back which West won with the
king. West then cashed his king
of hearts and gave his partner two
more spade tricks for an 1100 point
Q The bidding has been:
East South West North
1 4k 2 V Pass 2 N.T.
You, South, hold:
3 2 VAK 10 9 85 K76 83
What do you do?
A Bid three no-trump. Your
hand should be worth six or
seven tricks to your partner and
he must have had a reason for
his two no-trump bid.
Again East has opened one
spade. This time you hold:
42 VAJ65 A Q 7 4 S Q 5 2
What do you do now?
Police Break Up Mob
01 Negroes On Way
To Fight White Ganq
BOSTON (UPD Club swinging
pol'Cp w 'h drawn "hps broke up
a mob of Negro youths bent on
a sho"'do' n "rumble" with a
gang of while teen-agers.
Authorities reported 27 persons
were hauled away in paddy wag wagons
ons wagons last nislit and nlarcd un under
der under arrest hy the more than 50
policemen who sped to the Rox Rox-bury
bury Rox-bury section.
The 100-man Negro mob. police
said, v's -eekini out the white
gang. They were armed with
ehiKs. 'hin-- fence nickels, hot hot-ties
ties hot-ties and' knives, accordingto po police.
lice. police. Eight men standing outride the I
p .1 ', ("I.,), American C'tizc-ncj
were charged by the mob and!
fTs. locking the door be behind
hind behind them. N
Tl.n '01 hurled rocks 'hro'i-h
the wirfr'ows ind pounded on the
A dozen automobiles narked out
f-'1 '.p '.r nr-J .,
clubs and aboul $1,000 damage
V'1- 'ne ,-"r.i-. r,,,':. fu.:nrt
squads could break up the riot.
FASY WAY TO KILL
POACHES AND ANTS
Sclcnti recommend that you con control
trol control roaches nnH anU tht modrrn
nay with John tori's NO-ROACH.
Briiheri Jint where you want It, tlie
color I pus coating kills these pest.
It's effective for months, sanitary,
anrl eny to use. R or. S9r.; pint
1.fi9. Get NO-ROACH at Bella Vlsla
Commissary, A your favorite food
tore. Jnt. hy La Blzkayna.
Vour body oleana out axecaa aclrta
and polacnoua WMtaa In your blood
through million! of tiny (tolled tubaa
or flltara In th kldnaya. Whan aerma
Invarto thea dallcatf tubaa nd Irrl Irrl-tata
tata Irrl-tata tha bladdar, maklnir you auftar
from the diacomtorta raauitlm from
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tlrad, narvoua and dapraaaad. Try
Cyatax and fat tffactlv ralief from
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kldnaya and bladder and aoothea Irrl Irrl-talad
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PpKS'j THF VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
Jacques Bergerae and Dorothy
Malone are celebrating the same
happy news as yueeu Er.zi!eih
and Prince Philip.. .London's thei-
1 -I L..r
irical set expects ,umui.u n-;-dom
to make Adrienne Corri his
br.ee as soim as it's legally pos possible.
sible. possible. Adrienne's the gorgeous
reunead nameri in Mrs. I'uruom s
lawsuit... The Indonesian govern govern-meii
meii govern-meii is in lor some cr.iuaua'
sing moments when an expose of
gra.i- -invoivin? mill on's u. 1 1-lars
lars 1-lars hits the headlines ... Golly,
win is anyone worrying about
the Geneva conference flop or
Khrushchev's descent on the U.S.
or the Berlin crisis when the on onlv
lv onlv 'hina wortii losing leep over
is the battle between Penny Sin Singleton
gleton Singleton and .'oey Adams for. the
presidency of AGVA?
rh,w :-.m! v id vet iackels Dick
Roman wears in his night club
sins'ns appearances are designed
by Liberace's tailor and allegedly
co-- S750 cich whic'- s.mid li ; j
a license to steal. ..Sloan Wilson,
author of "The Man in the Grey
Flannel Suit," has reached page
ski of h s latest novel. He attacks
the typewriter at two every morn morning
ing morning and keeps at ii until six.
Indention ilial many a Broad Broad-wayite
wayite Broad-wayite has given up hope for the
Ya"vfi': Thoe wh never miss
a World Series already have
n ,lc (id .!-'- ,-. enpvat'ons at
Chicago hotels ... Newest on the
.,1,.,., i()n- ti0 -. nti rebul
forces (rebel rebels, they're cur-
i" "(.(! 1 nlan n kidnap Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro and use him to de de-m
m de-m 1 ihp s-ipronde'- of his armv.
Johnny Mathis did so well 'in
I,a-' ,,,;i'i hp treaind himself to
a shiny new red foreign sports
Four Army Oificers
Four officers formerly assigned
(0 U.S. Army Caribbean have
been awarded the commendation
ribbon with metal pendant for
meritorious service daring their
tours of duty in this command.
They are Maj. John J. Leary,
Mdj. WiUiam D. Daily, Maj. Bruce
11. Black and CWO Thomas G.
Leary, now assigned to the stud student
ent student detachment, Headquarters
Fifth U.S. Army. Chicago, IH.,
served with the U.S. Army Mis Mission
sion Mission to Colombia from August
1956 until June this year. As hos hospital
pital hospital administrative advisor to the
Republic of Colombia Armed
Forces, he was cited for assiting
in the design, layout and cons construction
truction construction of a new 726-bed military
An officer on duty with Inter
American Geodetic Survey head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, Fort Clayton, Daily now
is with the U.S. Army Garrison,
Lordstown Military Reservation,
Warren, Ohio. While in USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB from October 1957 until
March 1959, he was associated
with Project Vanguard. As liaison
officer fie directed, coordinated
and advised the staff elements
associated with Ihe project, which
was responsible lor operating the
five vanguard stations in this part
of the hemisphere.
Black, another IAGS officer,
was assigned to the IAGS project
in Guatemala from June 1956 un until
til until June of this year. A citation
accompanying the award men mentions
tions mentions his skill and initiative dis displayed
played displayed while in charge of an 'ir 'ir-ganization
ganization 'ir-ganization executing the Joint
Cartographic Program in Guate.
mala. Black currently is on duty
at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Brooks is to receive, thr second
bronze oak leaf cluster, for serv
ices to the IAGS project at Had!
during the period June 1956-June
1959. where he acted as adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant and supply of
ficer. His present 'assignment is
with Headquarters,' IT. S. Army
Continental Army Conjmand.
Hi- Pet Proiect
Is Strippino Down
PARIS (UPD Raymond
Loewy's pet vacation croiect is
removing "all the spinach and
schmalz" from his new American
car. the American industrial de designer
signer designer disclosed Wednesday.
"It is just an urce I have to
show what an American car can
be 1'ke when it is designed along
sensible lines," he said.
"I've taken off 250 pounds of
chromium." Loewy reported hap happily.
pily. happily. "I've cut off the fins. .
shortening' the body a bit."
Loewy said his project was
turning out so well thnt he plan planned
ned planned to out the stripped down car
on display at 'he annual auto
show opening here in October.
Loewy's industrial nrojects
have included everything from
trains and ocean liner?, to lip lipsticks.
sticks. lipsticks. Now he is working on a
design for an atomic ocean liner.
BOSSIE BUMS RIDI
Truck driver William HH1
picked up an unexpected hitch hitch-h'ker
h'ker hitch-h'ker yesterday He was driving
along a lane, calm as you please,
wh"- co' ilir.mod over hd?
and landed smack on the hood
p" i't 'p'r' Tr hpy-dHrll" r"i-
dle cow rode along calmly for
a he'' '',f-f(pf ihe'1 "''d rf f
and trolled away, none the
worse for the trip.
car.'.The Steve Forresti are knit knitting
ting knitting tiny garmenti. He'i Djtat
.v ,.,.iv.,- iij.ittr, illhougii not at
all hit look-alike. ..The new nark
ut caste in ine iew York tnea tnea-trical
trical tnea-trical world is whether or not
you ye ieaa Moss Hart's biogra biography.
phy. biography. "Act One." Those who art
ready "in" tfilia Kazan, tor
example) saw it in manuscript
loini. o.ner lavored chums latcn latcn-ed
ed latcn-ed onto advance copies. If iyou
.uve 0 waii unt.i me first edi edition
tion edition hits the bookshops, don't try
lor a gooc table al Sardi'i.
Remember those cute children
n the original stage version of
"South Pacific?" One of tha
lllODne s was Hirhin It... 1
, " uujim a nci
11 you don't think time has flown,
eaten ine film "Blue Angel," in
which she appears as a quitt
grown-up lady 01 loose morals.
Garv Vnn lis F... 1 .ii.
... U"i"iTOlllttl 1111
may hit big on records with hti
ns ve Looked tor
You and "Early Next Mornin',"
which he wrote. He's from Cleve Cleve-land,
land, Cleve-land, and his dad is a prominent
ike box operator... Hal Wallis is
tne most relaxed producer in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood s nee he anr.' Jerry Lewi:
ended their professional associa.
tior 1. Hal made no secret of the
fact that he didn't feel strong e e-noiuli
noiuli e-noiuli to cone with Jerry's off off-camera
camera off-camera performances.. .The presi
has noted that Cary Grant in intends
tends intends to mimic Tony Curtis in
his next flicker-and 'he reason
is obvious: Tony did a Cary
Hot. But the question is, how do
voir burlesoiie Tonv Curtis'' His
style isn't distinctive enough to
Anna Magnani is being fright fright-fullv
fullv fright-fullv biB about behavinr rharm-
hKi.i?, MUree" St'pleton, who
inherited a enuple of stag roles
originally written by Tennesse,
Thi ,r7Vwl,h Ma2nni in
Th Itih".?. ctre"- trring in
The Fug.r.ve Kind." wnile Mic,
Stapieton merely pl,ys sman
r keen, nsttjp- herself on the
th. y .kin others wwWn on
fhe set. -Dop' vou th'nk rm h,.
ing nice to Maureen Stapieton'"
Ihy no"." l COU"e is yM' but
Capucine, the model who w-11
be seer, m William Goetx's pie"
ure oThh FraM lhlt Stfy?
sure to become a star th
Peris think. They XiiSl
she s head-over-heels in love with
St h! M theu ,Ut P
neart. He seems to have Reads of
interests ... Naked-facts: Playboy
magazine pays the playgirl of tha
oro o3? fohr pS
oroviso that she won't take off
her clothes for any other public"
Z fhr S'x monfhs n'1 he oh",
ographer get, $2,500. Sometime,
ho t.ient scout who found then
?mVe7 is rew"dd
niNNSr'. Mont-Mrs. Irene Ben Ben-nett,
nett, Ben-nett, of Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, 11
kpse"oflnae e"utT-u -B0 tul'
lapse of a mountain top that
he;ech!rdrenn:USDana nd tnree 01
.'Suuueniy we all heard that teT-
ve. ?nUmb,in2- 1 "W m huband
veiling rie l0iu me to grao
ree.- 1 saw him grab a tree, but
l never saw nim gain."
LITTLE ROCKTIrk. Joe Mr Mr-Coy
Coy Mr-Coy i5,year.old whit, student
-. Central High School, contra contradicting
dicting contradicting a report that there had
been a tignt oelween whites and
Negro student, Jefferson
"There has been absolutely no
ir.T'e dt u '' S,,nie shoul n-mes
at him as he walks down the hall,
nut I have never seen anyone hit
mm or molest him in any way."
SANTIAGO, Chile Secretary
of .Male Christian A. Herier
speaking1 at the clos of tht
vmer.tan lore.an ministers con conference
ference conference that agreed on a declara declaration
tion declaration londemniiig dictatorships-
"The Declaration of Santiago
ano iv.c.r.aiiyiiig documents are
among the outstanding papers in
' j" rr.niin jran co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. The United States will
... yuii in u rtnjiung' mem into
Pfeiffer, 32 promising to stand by
his wife as she is tried on chargei
0 p. t 12 w'lh her married lover
to kill him:
"V c had nine wonderful vesrs
together. I am not going to throw
that away for one bad one."
In US For Study,
NEW YORK (UPD-More than
700 European high ichwl studenta
arrived yesterday aboard the
liner Waterman to spend 11
months attending schools in this
country and living with American
The teen-agers were brought
here by the American Field Serv Service.
ice. Service. Since the program began in
1947, the AFS has arranged for
6,701 students from 46 countries te
visit the United States
The AFS also sends U.S. stu students
dents students to Europe. This year and
next, 690 American students will
attend schools in European countries.
THURSDAY, AUGUST IB, 1959
TO PANAMA AMERICAS AS INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWSPAPE
PAG I Pivt
US, British Delegations Consider
Recess Of Marathon Nuclear Talks
You don't have to be a
RECEPTION GUESTS Francisco Solares shows who1 they do i t back in Guatemala during a reception welcoming 30 Latin
American students to 'the Inter American Geodetic Survey Cartographic School at Fort Clayton. Representing nine countries, the
students are being given training in photogrammetry, supplemental map control and cartographic drafting. (U.S. Army Fhoto).
GENEVA, (UPI) -The Amer- heard of the recess talks but had
ican and British delegations yes-'not been officially approached by
terday were reported considering ( the West thus far. Tsarapkin,
a recesi in their marathon nuele-j who opposed the last month-long
ar weapons test ban talks with recess in May, said the Soviet
the Russians and dumping the Union 'was in' favor o finishing
deadlock into the laps of the heads ; the work here" without further
of government. ; interruptions.
House Committee OK's Bill To Help
Businessmen Compete With Red Trade
WASHINGTON, Aug. (UPD
The tax-writing House Ways &
Means Committee today ap approved
proved approved a tax-relief bill design designed
ed designed to help American business businessmen
men businessmen combat Russn' trade of offensive
fensive offensive throughout the world.
The bill would permit VS.
firms to defer payment of in income
come income taxes on foreign earnings
until the funds were sent bacK
to this country. It was aimed
at encouraging the firms to ic ic-invest
invest ic-invest their foreign earnings in
To qualify for the benefit,
the firms would be required to
conduct their overseas business
throueh a "foreign business
comoration," which would
The Treasury endorse! th
USN Wasp Limps Into Port
With Two Dead, 21 Injured
QUONSET POINT, R.I. (UPI)
The fire-scarred aircraft earner
Wasp lifnped into port yesterday
with two crewmen dead. 21 in injured,
jured, injured, and tales of heroism fol following
lowing following a blazing explosion at sea.
The 27,000-ton flagship of task
forc Bravo reported the acci accident
dent accident Tuesday night, a few hours
after it happened Yesterday she
tied up to a dock at this naval a r
itation and" newsmen came
Rear Adm. Robert J. Stroh,
task force commander, said qui-if
and heroic action by the crew
averted a "major catastrophe
aft?r 4he engine of a helicopter
in No. 1 bay "ran away" and
blew up. A smoky fire spread al al-n,est
n,est al-n,est instantly, and gutted the bav.
Damage was expected to run W
inillions of dollars. The vessel
cost 100 million dollars, including
The Navy identified the dead as
It. (jg) Jim Frank Hagan of
Marianna, Fla. and airman ap apprentice"
prentice" apprentice" Donald Howard Trask of
Keene, N.H. The Navy said Ha Hagan
gan Hagan was near the helicopter when
it exploded, while Trask was
"asphyxiated" in the No 1 eleva elevator
tor elevator shaft while fighting the fire
None' of the 21 Injured was re reported
ported reported in serious condition. By
the time the vessel docked, all
but two had ben released from
Cmdr. Harvey Dunning of
Jonesport, Maine, assistant air
officer, was one of the first men
in the fire area and ordered
"foam fog laid down. Fire crews
dragged .hoses into the compart compartment
ment compartment despite the smoke. It was
pretty bad in there and the men
handled themselves well."
Lt. Cmdr. B. Donald Mischeff
of Providence, R.I., said he and
five or six others were in a stor storage
age storage cage just above the fire scene
and jumped 12 feet to the deck
"landing right in the middle of
"We crawled out of the smoke
and flame area," he said. "There
wasn't ven,ime for doubt or to
be afraid. While we were crawl crawling
ing crawling I could hear ,some screams
in the fire area but I still don't
know who it was."
HAVE TICKETS? WILL WED
CHRISTCHURCH. New Zealand
(UPI) An apparently determined
sports fan advertised in a local
newspaper that he would like to
meet a widow "with an eye to
matrimony" provided she has
tickets to the forthcoming Britain Britain-New
New Britain-New Zealand rugby match. "Kind "Kindly
ly "Kindly send photographs of tickets,"
the ad concludes.
METAL DRESSERS 15.00; CHINA CLOSETS 18.00;
COMPLETE BEDS 19 50; MATTRESSES 6.50; MAHO MAHOGANY
GANY MAHOGANY WARDROBES 22.00; SPRINGS 12.50; KERO KEROSENE
SENE KEROSENE STOVES 29.00; NITE TABLES 6.50; PIL PILLOWS
LOWS PILLOWS 1.25; MODERN LIVING ROOM SETS 89.00:
MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SETS 45.00; WROUGHT
IRON DINETTE SETS 69.50; ARMY COTS 5.50.
EASY PAYMENTS WE BUY USED FURNITURE
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idea of tax deferral, but insist insisted
ed insisted that the special benefit be
limited to earnings in under underdeveloped
developed underdeveloped areas, such as the
Middle East, Asia and Africa.
The committee rejected these
proposed geographical limita limitations.
tions. limitations. It took the position that
underdeveloped areas in which
there is relatively little invest investment
ment investment now wou.d receive some
capital from tax-uefened earn earnings
ings earnings left over in such industria industrialized
lized industrialized areas as Europe and Ca Canada.
nada. Canada. Although it exceeded the re recommendations
commendations recommendations of the Treasury
the terms of the bill fell far
short of the program proposed
originally by its sponsor, Rep.
Haie Boggs (D-Ia.i, with the
backing oi business groups.
The committee rejected a
provision which wouu have
reduced the 52 percent tax on
corporation earnings to 33 per
cent on all foreign earnings.
The 14-point ditierential al already
ready already applies to earnings in
the Western Hemisphere.
The committee also agreed to
restrict the use of the proposed
tax deferral benefits to earn earnings
ings earnings derived through a business
The original bill would have
granted the tax relief to firme
which were simply in the ex export
port export business. This prompted
the Treasury to complain that
the over-all revenue loss would
range from 300-million dollars
to 500-million dollars.
No estimate wais Imiiiediately
available for the anticipated
revenue loss from the revamp revamped
ed revamped bill.
Congressional staff tax ex experts
perts experts had challenged the Trea Trea-surf's
surf's Trea-surf's original estimate, con contending
tending contending that only 150-million
dollars to 225-million dollars
would be lost from the original
tax deferral provision. Sponsors
hoped to win House approval of
the measure before Congress
adjourns. However, it appeared
the bill would have to lay over
until next vear to obtain Se
To Women's Shades
LONDON (UPI) A British
eye surgeon said today that
many women wore dark glasses
to make them look younger.
Dr. i. ivenh Lyle, writing in
the magazine the practitioner,
sa.d thai sun glasses covered
signs of aging such as wrinkles
ajounu the eyed, crooping of the
eyelids and sinking of the eye eyeballs.
balls. eyeballs. Lyle cited these other reasons
for wearing dark glasses when
the sun was not bright:
Many women wear corrective
lenses in dark glass so people
won't think they need glasses.
Others wear them merely as
a form of exhibitionism.
Some people can "restfully
close their eyes without appear appearing
ing appearing to be rude when listening to
Ike To Unveil
Design Of New
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower will formally
proclaim Hawaii a state and un unveil
veil unveil the design for the new 50 50-star
star 50-star flag at 3 p.m. tomorrow.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said the Presi President
dent President would interrupt his Gettys Gettysburg,
burg, Gettysburg, Pa., vacation to return for
the proclamation ceremonies at
ths White House.
He said dignitaries invited to
the ceremony v-ould inHuHe Ha Hawaii's
waii's Hawaii's newly elected U. S. sen senators
ators senators ?nd its House member. They
can take their seats in Congress
as soon as the proclamation is
Western sources said tV at if a
recess were agreed upon, it
would probablv las' un'il Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev
winds un h:s 'h to the United
States next month.
President Eisenhower, the sour
ces said, is .almost ('prtain to
bring up the negotiations for a
nuclear test ban 'reaty during
his talks with Khrushchev. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and KlTushchev have ex exchanged
changed exchanged a s?ries of notes and
other correspondence during the
now-10-month long talks here.
Ambassador James J. Wads Wads-worth,
worth, Wads-worth, chief U.S. delegate to the
three-power nuclear conference,
told newsmen that his delegation
already had informed Washing- J
on of the possibi'itv of a teni- I
porary break in tie discussions.
Sources said the Americans and
British had talked of a recess in
their joint meetings but thus far
had not discussed the question
with the Soviet delegation,
Soviet chief delegate Semvon
Tsarapkin admitted that he had
Howevir. Western obsen-er;
believed Tsarapkin would go
along with the West on a rece,.
which wou'd give K! rushchev and
Eisenhower the opportunitv (if
.cracking the deadlock in personal
Only a few. hut v-rv vital, is issues
sues issues sti'I divide the East a nil
West at the conference table her.'
Prime stumbl'nc block i tn?
Sov et nrpposal for a limi cd
quota of pp-si'e insn"c(iun- n tli
territories of t'1" 'hree r, iclear
powers to check nn suspected bo bootleg
otleg bootleg tests.
RED FUNNY TALK
! LONDON (l l'li The favorite
joke making the rounds in Russia
goes like this Soviet Embassy At
tache M. Seminov told the London
News Chronicle: "!n America
there are two classes of neople.
optimists and pessimists The onti onti-j
j onti-j mists insist on their clildren
learning Russian The pessimists
'are having them taught Chinese."
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PANAMA DiSPLAYMAN WAGES
REVOLUTION IN WINDOWS
-o il illst
Specifically, Mr. Cone&sa's tools consist of the
following: One pair of scissors, one hammer,
one sharp knife, one ruler. His materials are:
Glue, wire, pins, old cardboard boxes, colored
cardboard sheets and scatter flakes. x
Although he admits to getting ideas from a
number of sources, most of them are purely
from his own imagination. Mr. Eisenmann re reveals,
veals, reveals, "It is amazing to see that after he has
his basic idea for a display, he floesn't ever
prepare a sketch, but does it all from memory.
' 'The procedure is as simple an drawing the im image
age image on the cardboard boxes piece by piece, cut cutting
ting cutting them out with his knife giving, them to together,
gether, together, painting the finished prop and setting it
in the window".
Mr. Conessa has also practiced display in Bar Barcelona,
celona, Barcelona, Spain, and Caracas, Venezuela.
Three photographs of his recent displays arc
, shown here.
I' At top left, the bar was made of two card card-v.,
v., card-v., board boxes; the round effect on the bar was
t-' made of cardboard tube in which linoleum was
' Wrapped. The light post is a similar tube, the
Tamp being made of a shoe box. Stools are also
from cardboard boxes and support wire figures
topped by the featured hats.
"Display at top right contains a car made from
the same boxes, and again the street light was
formerly a shoe box. The woman at lower left
is of cardboard with her hair of silk threatl and
dress of velvet. The simulated cracked window
At right center is a dramatic presentation of
"The Original Panasilla", a typically Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian short shirt made by the firm, in this dis display
play display the telescope and stars are made of the
old faithful boxes. The figure on the floor look looking
ing looking through the telescope is only a pair of pants
j i i j i i 1 1 r
auu u. npuri i-irai siuueu wiin paprr: inf leri.
hands and head are spirals of wire.
For eight years Angel Conessa Pal Pal-lares
lares Pal-lares has heen at war againsl the
Cluttered windows of his relailing :
compatriots. . Cardhoard boxes
have been major weapon.
,f In an' Arch of the North American continent
' where political revolutionaries are more frequent,
Angel Conessa Pallares, a display manger for
Bazar Americano, a chain of four men's wear
stores in Panama, has been waging a revolution
all his own.
i Armed wh only a few simple tools, material
anj cardboard boxes hot to omit credit to an
active and resourceful imagination Mr, Cones Conessa
sa Conessa has convinced his employer and customers
that the normal cluttered windows of most of
his compatriots are not on the winning side.
According to I. Robert Eisenmann Jr., General
Manager of the Chain, Mr. Conessa convinced
us eight years ago that it is worth it to pay for
a good window display and, although we have
been thrilled with his work, we have never both bothered
ered bothered supplying him with other display ma materials,
terials, materials, Consequently, for eight years he has been
working from "scratch." He hints that maybe
budget limitations will improve in the future.
The above appears in this month's issue of "Display
World", leading merchandising publication. Full credit
for this international triumph goes to our Display
Manager Conessa, assisted by Roberto Eisemann jr.
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TKl PANAMA AMERICAN IN tXDIFKfDWT DAILY KZWSPAFH
THURSDAY, AUGUST Zfl, 1951
Sociaf and Oth
Season's Final Jamboree
Per Pacific aiders
The final danct jamboree of the
season ior intermedine suuen's
of Harnett and Dunn was attend attended
ed attended by 66 youngsters.
Three classes were represented
in the keen competition. Joan M;i
tanga, John Reynolds, Martha
Soinnev and Kcnnv Moura e l n
-their class, and Kathy Hoyle and
"Billy Boujhner received medals
for third place.
Dale and Russell Reevev Janc Janc-inp
inp Janc-inp with Mary Jean Brady and
Diane Cobb, lied or second place
In their class, and Barbara Hicks
and Boh Emmd' were trnphv win winners
ners winners in their "roup with Diane
l?n(3lr. takini -icemd.
Father and daughter waltz con contest
test contest winners were Martha Jane
Snirney anrl H F Spinney Ma'v
Hicks partnered with Lt. Col. C.
W. Reeves. Moiher anrt snn j;,,er j;,,er-bug
bug j;,,er-bug contest winners were Mrs.
Francis Wyman with her son Ron
ny and Mrs. J. Sears with son
. jj.a Soysier and Danny Ale
man entertained the audience with
a uifiicuJi aaiK ? routine oei uns
as master $i ceremonies was Jim Jim-mv
mv Jim-mv Dunn.''uuu'!i-s mr me evening
were Mr. .nd Mrs. J. Harried and
mi-, j. N ihoi.v
The last jamboree of the dance
.,,"in will .)i i v lanm Side ore ore-teens
teens ore-teens and teenagers at the Cris-id-iai
Y.VK'A sep ember 1
s.c Vinirl .) i ven I'll t Three f
the American Legion Auxiliary
,p ha. ,i i-egn' iin'hl' Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7 a,t the home of
v in 'lun
Guest speaker will be Miss
Kd th Schneider, librarian at Foit
Standard Oil Of Indiana
Charged With Price Fix
.... OlsTKICl' UtHUTV
iiiuiuo u. ACuiidu lioove oi
naa uti'u apjjonucu a a uisu'jtl
deputy tor iho Canal Zone by Wu Wu-liam
liam Wu-liam i. Hawkins grand exalte'!
ruler of the order. He was instal installed
led installed into office last week by Harold
J. Zierten of Balboa Lodge iNo.
WASHINGTON lUPl) The
government yesterday charged
Standard Oil Co of Indiana with
illegally fixing tie re. ail price of
gasoline through agreements with
dealers of its leased service sta stations.
tions. stations. The federal Trade Commission
said Standard of Indiana con controlled
trolled controlled the price of gasoline at
the pumps through its "suggested
competitive retail price plan"
covering sales to both' its dealers
and the public.
Under a plan put inlo effect in
December, 1955 the complaint
said, the company d certain
dealers haye been able fo fix and
maintain gasoline prices in mar marketing
keting marketing areas. r
The commission said Standard
of Indiana was guiltv of "unfair
methods of competition forbidden
SAT. -- SUN. MON.
bv the FTC act." U said the prac practices
tices practices if cited tended to create a
monopoly and to restrain or elimi eliminate
nate eliminate competition
According to the FTC. Stand Standard
ard Standard has over 10.000 dealers to
whom it has leased or sub-leased
gas stations in its primary mar marketing
keting marketing area covering 15 midwest
and mountain states
"Many of these operators are
independent businessmen or would
be such in tie absence of the
power and control exercised over
them by Standard M Indiana,"
the commission charged.
The FTC also accused standard
of dominating its dealers by pro provisions
visions provisions in their leases and supply
contracts and hv constan inspec inspection
tion inspection and surveillance of their bus business
iness business operations.
'It uses this domination to
coerce the indenendent dealers to
abide by policies it nnv suggest
or put into effect, inclndinc 'he
sii"c?sted retail price plan." the
According to the coniola'nt
Standard of Indiana is th" na nation's
tion's nation's ninth larpest corporation
and second largest crude ni re refiner
finer refiner turning nut over rPn.OOO bar barrens
rens barrens of gasoline a day
The companv was given 3(1 davs
in which to file an answer to the
BEN-GURION TO REST
JFRlKai Pl MiPIl Premier
David Ben-Ouron's doctors said
todiy thev hivi ord"-"J him 'o
rest for at least a week even
(I'n""'' a "her' "-1 .--. i-prl 'he 74-
year-old Israeli leader was in
hoc' "opt'on "" '"f for :in
With New Version
Of Housing Bill
WASHINGTON (L'PD House
Democratic leaders expressed
g 'ikt i s '' ac t i o n to i iv
with the $1,050,000,000 housing bill
a irove m"i i'p as a sub substitute
stitute substitute for a more costly one ve ve-toc
toc ve-toc nv rrcsrient Kiseniinwcr.
House leaders ndicaled t t
substiiu c measure, approved 71 71-24
24 71-24 by the Senate Tuesday, would
be pissed substant 'ally as drawn
up by the Senate. The measure is
not expected to reach the House
floor, however, until next week at
The Senate approved the bill
dviiie Republican warnings th it
it too contained "invitations" to a
The substitute retained most of
(hp provisions the President 'end
objectionable in the original $1, $1,-375
375 $1,-375 pii (inn hi" Mit reduced t h e
amounts for each.
I in'du.V 37.000 new i"blic
housing units. 650-million dollars
in urban renewal grants, 50-mil-iinn
HnM-M-s for cnllcc classroom
and laboratory construction, a 50 50-n''ti;on
n''ti;on 50-n''ti;on HnMar '';re"' f"Wl lon
program for housing for the el-
do-' i --:n;on dollars for
FOR I HE CONVENIliNCB OF THOSE WHO
WISH TO PLAN AHEAD,
Expert Teacher of BALLET and all related forms of
Dance, will hold Registrations for the 1959-1960 term on
August 25, 26, 27 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Knights of Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Hall in Balboa. (Term begins October 1st). Courses
will include Pre-School Tots thru Teenagers, Beginners, In Intermediates
termediates Intermediates and Advanced.
A Profess -onal Polish awaits the ambitious
Some AFL-CI0 Leaders
Plan Meet With Mr. K
UNITY HOUSE, Pa. (UPI)
S o Hi e .-ii'L.-iiU ieanCis to today
day today planned to meet with Soviet
filmier Mkiu w. Knrusnc icv
next month even if the labor
leueraiiou withholds its blessings
on such talks.
Ton iedeiiition officials pre prepared
pared prepared a draft resolution which
would, iii et.ecl neclare .AFI--CIO
neutrality toward the impend impending
ing impending American visit by the Russian
. This would leave the door open
for private talks favored by
I'nMed Au.o Workers oresident
Walter Reuther and other labor
lieyed to be in the minority, con con-icnLi
icnLi con-icnLi J 1-oor leauers shouh speak
"straight from the shoulder" to
be jo'iet ruler on the American
workers' belief in human free free-uom.
uom. free-uom. Jimes B. Carey, President of
the International Union of Elec Elec-irual
irual Elec-irual workers (ICE), said be
has talked with Soviet ambassa ambassa-oor
oor ambassa-oor Mikhail Mensnikov about tne
possibility of such a meeting.
Carey said if it is arranged it
would probably be held in San
rrancisco during 'he AFL-CIO
convention opening Sept. 17.
K''rv:hchev hss 'ndicated he
'' "i who hey wan to set would like to visit the west coast
Khrushchev straight on American '; our.ng his stay in the United
workers' opposition to Com- States.
Despite the split on interna-
tin"-' -natter the FI.-CIO exe-
On the domestic front, Meany
en" ias;ed thi' the AFL CIO's
major job in politics was to con-
cutive council closed ranks in de-i -'? "our own people" o' the
ciding to get more active in need for, and value of, politic il
rilli( "ext veer to rv and activi
elect more of labor's "friends'
George Meanv. f"deralio" nresi-
Stys No Political Tits
He ,- erted that to AFI.-CIO
is not tied to any political party
dent, said that policy makers of, "iiH h 'M'i no brieve the
tv, F" -rTO Comw'tipM o" Pn 1958 Democratic landslide was a
litical Education (Cope) viewed i vi' 'r- for f"-"-ci-"d lihor.
ffent spV-t'-c on lqho- io"ii-
tion as a challenge to work hard
er in I960.
Another AFL-CIO leader, di director
rector director Al Whitehouse. of the in industrial
dustrial industrial unions department, said
n3cr-.no (,t n toush lahor law
The debate over how to behave would inspire greater union efforts
tnwr'' VHr(Shchev iv crr;-"l in ' 'S.
on behind the scenes here at this' "There are going to be a lot
"ocono Moiintyi" recort 'hireir' P"-" fqf" !n ron"r""1'- 'fter
th council is holding its summer the next election," Whitehouse
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tha' t-tl-ino In tt-- So- boss
nredi"'"d "A 'ot nt these guys
ar not coining back."
The political plans of labor
would be practically useless be-wer discussed in a two and one
ncp i' wn"''1 "t change his ""-'in ln"-:dp ? "smoke
Communist outlook. filled" room at this union-owned
Reuther and his followers, be- resort.
Bones Identified As Remains
Of Wealthy Washington Widow
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NO MISTAKF That little "o"
I in "United States of America"
1 on the tail side of the new
i pertny doesn't make it a col col-lector
lector col-lector s item. Rumor has it that
the coins -will be recalled by
the government and become
' very valuable because the "0"
is the only one of 41 letters
not capitalized. Actually, mint
1 artist Frank Gasparo of Phil Phil-'
' Phil-' adelphia used the small letter
, to break up the uniformity.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) -A
skeleton and skull, found 300
yards apart on a remote logging
roaa, have been idem. tied tne
remains of wealthy Washington,
D.C. .wiauw who disappeared a
year ago on an auto trip with
young ex (onvict.
She was Mrs. Pearl Putney, 72,
who was last seen leaving a
Marysville, Calif., motel with
trouole-plagued Larry Lord Mo'.i Mo'.i-erwell,
erwell, Mo'.i-erwell, 42, once suspected, but
cleared, 01 killing his mongoloid
daughter. Mrs. Putney was car carrying
rying carrying $50,000 in securities and
Marysville is 90 miles from the
heavily-wooded Sierra area where
Mrs. Alma Freeman, searching
for pine cones, stumbled over the
I hones Sunday. The remains were
identified Tuesday by dental
charges supplied by Washington
Sena County Dist. Ally. Gor Gordon
don Gordon L. Smith said he would not
file any charges until he found
out if Mrs. Putney, widow of a
Statf Denarlmer official and col college
lege college professor, met with foul play.
The Statr Bureau of Criminal
Identification and Investigation
is try.no ,0 determine tne cause
In was h ington, Motherwell's
wife refused to discuss the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts o ner moon laced lias lias-band.
band. lias-band. But it was learned that
poi ce know where the iir.ee-married
construction engineer is.
"1 am sure my husoanu did not
do anything to Mrs. Putney," Mrs
Mo.herweu lolt; reporters. 1
Washington police said Californ
ia authont es had not asked them
to pick up Motherwell.
Inree leather bound diaries,
found in a Maryland warehouse
earlier this vear, detailed Mrs.
Putney's growing attachment '0
Motherwell, police saic. I he ct
pie once had adjoining apart
Police conducted a nationwide
search for the pair last fall when
Mrs. Putney's worried relatives
could not locate her. Motherwe.
was arrested Jan, 18 in Las Vegas
for failin" to register s an ex
convict. He had $1,600 in cash, a
new slat on '" icon, -nd a new
name: "Art Rivers, foreign correspondent."
OatVare different in quality and the
bett oats are Quaker oats. They're best
in nourishment. And you can't buy
purer, safer oats. Quaker oats are best
for babinn, growing children, and adults,
too. No other whole grain cereal gwee
you more low-cost nourishment than
Quaker oats. Don't settle for less than
the best. When you buy oats, look for
the name Quaker and the picture of
the Quaker man on the tin. Get the
best oats Quaker oats today!
for a lilting lift...
VCl lO I THE QUAKER MAN Jpj
Fashion's singing th praises of nw Sweet
Music, and so will you! New high-rounded
cups ar embroidered above, ipoifee-gtitched
below, to bring out curves you never knew
you had! And for breathe-easy freedom
with a custom-like fit, the whole band i$
made of tlattic! See what Sweet Music
can do for you! A, B, C cups.
On al at your favorite shop.
Aik for a Maidtnfom fiVrfla, too.
THE ENOLA CAY. 14 YEARS LATER An Air Force sergeant washes down the most
famous B-29 in history, the Enola Gay. It is resting on wooden blocks at the end of an un unused
used unused airstrip at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. Capt. Paul W. Tibbets Jr.
piloted the Enola Gay over Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 0, 1945, with the first atomic bomb.
The plane was 10 miles away when the bomb exploded, killing 78,150, injuring 37,425, witn
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YOU ARE SEEING DOUBLE This is the way is looks when you pass a "double-bottom."
two trailers hitched to a single tractor. In use in Western slates for some time, the double
units are being trjed out on the New York Thruway, the first time they have been allowed on
any of the East's toll roads. Specially equipped tractors hauling two trailers double payloads
and cut expenses. Thruway authorities report feir difficulties with the huge units and only
scattered complaints from motorists.
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DO THEY TELL TIME? A watch that registers mileage on maps is shown at left. Made
to scale for standard maps, it produces figures in miles and kilometers. It's rolled along the
route on the map and figures are recorded on the face. Timepiece, right, measures pulso beat.
It has a dial calibrated for 20 pulsations. The, doctor starts the timer, stops it when it reaches
20 and then can quickly determine rate and force of patient's pulse. Incidentally, both Swiss Swiss-made
made Swiss-made watches, shown in New York, also tell the time of day.
THURSDAY. AtGCST tB. 1959
" TBS PAMAMA AMERICAN -. AN DCDETESDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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YOU'RE FIRST University Hospital in Los Angeles hit the jackpot when the seven Grun Grun-drum
drum Grun-drum children all appeared at the same time to have their tonsils out. Left to right are James,
12; Patricia, 10; Ann Marie, 8; Joseph, 7; Jonathan, 5, and Daolt. 2. Nurse Helen Phillip
beckons them into aurgery.
Chicago Judge Rules 4 Boys Reared In States
Must Be Returned To Parents In Soviet Union
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CHICAGO, Aug. (UPI) A
judge ruled yesterday that lour
little brothers "must be restor restored
ed restored to their parents in Russia,
a land the boys have never seen
and whose language they do not
SPJudge Thomas E. Kluczynski's
ruling made it almost inevitable
that the four Kozmln brothers,
who look, act and think like
typical American boys, would
grow to manhood behind the
Kiuczynskl set Oct. 1 as dead deadline
line deadline for delivering the children
to their father and mother,
George and Nadejda Kozmln,
who came to this country as
displaced persons and then
choose to return to their home home-lane:.
lane:. home-lane:. c ruling ended a two-year
d i p lomatic tug-of-war f or
custody of Richard 12, George,
rr. t -n.
' kjL rminriicc
Regular services will be con-
dULLka at bt. un.s o,,,rs epis episcopal
copal episcopal Church, Parque Lefevrc,
Sunday, ine ursi service win ue
a celebration of the holy Com Communion
munion Communion ai b a.m. lOlloweu by me
Kiirharist and sermon at
Morning prayer and Church
Scit.!. .-las&pi w II be conducted
begginning at 10:30 a.m. and Holy
B 'sms will be administered it
noon. At 6:30 p.m. there will be
Evosson? and sermon.
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
prmsi-i' -civr .; will be the oific oific-lant
lant oific-lant and preacher at all services.
11, Paul, 10, and Peter, 3. The
boys have lived in a church
home for children and in
foster homes since their pa parents
rents parents left Chicaso for Mos Moscow
cow Moscow in June, 1957.
"Richard," George Paul have
expressed a feeling of wanting
to belong to souao.ie '' iviu iviu-czynski
czynski iviu-czynski said. "They know they
have natural parents.
indicated a natural dcae io
see the parents and exhibited a
feeling for them. Paul feels
families should be together.
"The court canno', interfere
with the natural rights of
the parents, nor the natural
instincts of the children, and
separate parents from children
and brothers from brothers
without just cauoC."
The three oiaer boys had
been put in foster homes when
their patents became mentally
ill and were committed to
state hospital for treatment.
Peter was made a ward of the
and George court because his parents were
aeveniy ;nree passessers,"
among them a number of Canal I
.e jojj 4m, ,,r iClUun.i .ol
school! or colleges in the States,
rt'iit oe oil uoar.. aic riiiooiii ui
ine Panama Una Saturday for the
,.. ironi criMn.u. ,o .S'ew
i ii .'mbasviciut' o: ipa.n 'o
Haiti, Jorge Spotiorno, and Mrs.
s loUonio 4ie int oni;. passengers
who will laave the Cristobal at
The advance list of passengers
is as olluw-'
Charles A. Behnnjer; Mr. and
Mrs. .1 iiie .Un.t iu iwii chiu, chiu,-ren;
ren; chiu,-ren; Miss Susar. Canters; Mr. and
jaciv Cohtn: Airs. S e i y
Fears; Charles C. Fears, Jr.;
Ms Kl it ,k n iv ("ears: '.iii'ir '.iii'ir-ice
ice '.iii'ir-ice B. Fidanque; Dr. Luis G. Fo Fo-rero:
rero: Fo-rero: Chrie. h raiu-c.-ran; and
?on; Miss Gertrude A. Freedman Freedman-I.'
I.' Freedman-I.' .:! ir. Rober' T. Frevh
and daugther; and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Johji W. Hail;
Walter M HHiimun: Mr. and Mrs.
John J. Herring, Miss Marion E.
i 'our: Mr rvn'hia M. Joiips:
Miss Rondi Juergens; Mr. and
' r- '"Irr.o' Kai' M ss Putricia
E. Kelly; Mr. and Mrs. Karl
K1'' John Inch: i s Ines Le Levy;
vy; Levy; Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lu Lu-h":
h": Lu-h": Miss .lenice Lee .UIoiip;
Miss Teodora Martinei; and John
B. Mortoi, Jr.
Miss Anita E. Paganelli; Mr.
anu Mrs. Emanuel t apperi; Mrs.
Mary M. Pohren, and daughter.
David M. Keere: Mr. ann Mrs.
James C. Reid; Elvis H. Robert
son; David Rosenblatt; Miss Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Rucker; Mr. and Mrs. John
W. R."an. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
L. Seelev and two children: Miss
Cecile snniru. Miss filorin Jan?! SOGNE, Norway (UPI) Kris-
Sigl; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley H.jtian Rasmussen who never had
Snarling nH throe rhilrtrpn : Stan-1 anv trouble keeoine un with the
wood O. Specht; Miss Dolores iHansens, found' his bankroll badly vows. But the Rockefeller and
Suisman; Mr. and Mrs. Richard (strained today by trying to keep Rasmussen families have agreed
Swearingen and son; Miss Flora up with his daughter's prospective on a plan to thwart uninvited
Varnn: gnd Mr: and Mrs. Leonard
FIDDLING AROUND Pat Steck of Floral Park, N.Y., finds
the sun root of her small French sedan useful for tall passengers
uch as her bass fiddle. She's heading for a looal jam session.
Rasmussen Has Difficulty
Keeping Up With Rockefeller
sion to the Lutheran church where
21-year-old Anne Marie and 23-year-old
Steve will make their
Show Planned For
A k;ddies's fashion show spons sponsored
ored sponsored by the Episcopal Church-
w o ni en p (.hnslopVr s
Church for Friday, Sept. 4 at 7
p.''. rromises to be a complete
)n addition 'o the show, such
well known artists as the follow following
ing following be beard: Miss V'rtorla
Campbell, Ernest Sandiford,
Ft'slae." nrown. soloists; Miss
Joyce Wilson, pianist; and two
d:''1ciria teams: Joyce and F.dd'e;
and Sharpe and Burnett will be
so"-i. a valuable door prize will
also be given away.
I f I :
Xt "a' s
singer Frankle Avalon sips a
refreshing milk shake during a
break in Manhattan. Curly
haired Frankie is palpitating
young hearts across the country.
HOBO KING-QUEEN CROWNED
BR1TT, Iowa (UPI) "Scoop
Shovel Scotty" and "Boxcar
Betty" were crovned king and
aueen at the annual hobo conven-tionTuesday.
dependent on the state for re
When the embittered father
turned against the United
States two years ago, a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago court refused to let him
take his boys with him to
Russia. At the time, the judge
said he had no assurance that
the boys would be well cared
Kluczynski said the Soviet
government reports the Kozmin
parents now are mentally
physically and financially able
to take care of their children,
and that the Russian govern
ment gu'arftfttees-thelt finan
cial needs will oe met
With his rulini, Kluzcynski
released the transcript of a
recent interview with the three
"If you had a choice of be being
ing being wherever you liked and with
wnomever you liked, where and
with whom would you choose?"
they were asked.
"California with my mother
and father," said Paul and
"Around here with my mother
and father," Richard sajd.
"Would you like to be sent
back to Russia to be with your
mother and father?"
"Yes," Richard said.
"Yes, but I think they will
send me io boarcUng school and
then I would only see them two
times a week," George said. "I
want to see them more. Then,
maybe they will not oe able to
take care of us and we would
be sent to foster home. I
would rather be in a foster
home in America."
"The fact that Americans
.might .believe .the boys,
have a better life here, with
greater opportunities and
freedom, "does not appeal to
the law," the judge said.
The Russian government con considered
sidered considered Kluczynski's opinion so
important that it sent a repre representative
sentative representative of tire Soviet embas embassy
sy embassy in Washington, first sec
retary Boras Kelodyazhny, to
Kelodyazhny thanked t h c
iudte for his "human act."
Girls 11 Boys 3
There are no admission cards.
All guesls have been invilrd per personally.
sonally. personally. Controllers at the door
will know everyone of the 180 in invited
vited invited guests and relatives by
Seeing doubly isn't unusual in
the nursery at Gorgaj Hospital
wnere, in the past live weeks,
thrte sets of twins joined the
Bootie set, with twin girls in the
twin daughters were born to
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Aleman of
ranfma Aug 16, making the total
11 girls and 3 boys in the hospi hospital
tal hospital report for the week ending
Parents of girls are: Sfc and
Mrs. M.F. Pestana, Jr., of Fort
Kobbe; CV,'0-2 and Mrs. C. B.
Forbes, of Fort Kabbi; Mr. and
Mrs. K. T. Nehring of Gamboa;
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Pincus of Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Daniel
nt I'-'-aiso: Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
J. O'Donnell of Los Rios; Mr. and
Mr .'. R Nellis of Balboa: Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Aleman of Pana Pana-na:
na: Pana-na: Mr. and Mrs. J. Moses of
Panama; and Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Ki" ,wet er. Jr.
Boys were born to: Lt. and Mrs.
J. K. Porter, of Fort Amador;
A-lc and Mrs. W. N. Anderson of
'ac-i; anr' M-S' "d Mrs. E.
L. Keene of Fort Kobbe.
During the week covered by
the report. 175 patients were ad
":Hpr (0 r.orgas Hospital, and
199 were discharged.
in-'aws, the Rockefellers.
The retired smalltime store
keeper is footing the entire bi1'
for the marriage Saturday of lis
beautiful daughter Anne Marie !o
Steven Rockefeller, and friends
and neighbors fear his determina
tion to make the affair "foerste sight. No one else will get in
masses (tirsi class) may tax nis
resources I This has caused a bit of grum-
Ibling in this easy-going country
The church fees and the chain- where churches are rarely closed
Dagne reception and dinner to fol- unless they are filled to capacity,
low, with the meal served on jxhe. church holds 700 persons and
porclain generally reserved for:wmie respecting the couple's
royalty, probably wilt run over 13(5 fnr a quiet ceremony,
10 000 kroner (about $1,400).
townsfolk feel it is a pity 10 many
? '"I. l M f X
she can and hang the expenses.
By coincidence, considering Gov Governor
ernor Governor Rocke'eller's presumed po po-litical
litical po-litical ambitions, the "Klubben"
is known locally as "the whits
L Tourists were offering up to
fa .-.-., mi 1 n nntaarl nrlmit.
YPF To Soonsor
The Young People's Fellowship
w ii sn-i-or a musical program
Scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.,
r..,-,,, j,, nrsented at
St. Christopher's Episcopal
f'-rnl! r?rr,,. Jfevr".
The committee in charge has
n"o' ne"' tht following artL
ists and groups will be numbered
pmon" 'ho' eoitrthitin" to the
program. Miss Joyce Wilson, so so-"""n:
"""n: so-"""n: Vernon Cc a"'' Pohndo
Poison, tenors; Errold -Sharne,
-ri'nne: tvrr Atkinson Jr.,
pianist; and Mrs. Honeywell, elo--..'in"Ut;
'nnd V St. Chris Chris-topher's
topher's Chris-topher's Junior Chor.
Tickets are ax'n'bhle from
members of the Y.P.F.
'This probably is less than a ; seaIS should go unused.
oay's income tor uov. rveison
Rockefeller, father of the bride
groom, but lt is a big bite into
canita! for a man whose entire
earnings now are in the seasons!
fxoorts of lobster.
But Mrs. Bjoerg Faerseth-Node
The family argument that these
are just two young people, in love
is not taken seriously. Norwegians
consider the wedding of the
blonde buxom beauty and the
multi-millionaire's son as the
Ipiid, who runs tne restaurant, ine most exciting marriage since
Klubben," where the reception King Olav's nuptials 30 years ago
wilv.be held, t as heen told to, pro-L
iu k.i n-t.. anl iifinAC
V1UC 111 ucai IIIUD nu nuivo
The New Gorgona airtrlp
has been closed on my or orders
ders orders for safety reasons.
JOHN A. RIDGE Jr.. owner
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR I
(ha 810 Ironing
aid in the Unit box.
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THIRTY MILLIONS IN JUNK Burned computing equipment, valued at 80 million dollars,
Is strewn across the Kenilworth dump in Washington, D.C. The complex electronic brains,
which did classified work for the Air Juice, were destroyed when faulty electric circuits
started a fir in a top-scret underground area of the Pentagon. The streamers are the rolls
ol paper on which the machines used to jot their secret thoughts.
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THURSDAY AUGUST 10, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NTWSPAPE
PAG I flCHT
Braves, Indians Win To Gain On League Leadrf
Top Contenders In Both
Loops Now Floundering
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 20 (UPI) Someone please
nlav "Show Me The Way To Go Home" because the
top contenders in both leagues never will make it at
(Bated on 325 Official at Bats)
G AB R H Pet.
117 478 94 178 .372
113 355 47 122 .344
121 510 107 170 .333
116 464 84 149 .321
117 468 76 148 .317
119 448 67 141 .315
119 446 85 140 .314
118 446 78 138 .30S
St. Louis 107 441 63 136 .308
S. F. 116 441 91 l.!4 .304
Cun'ham, St. L.
Cepeda, S. F.
Boyer, St. L.
the staggers, get a
load of, this:
League leader, ha, lost five of iu
last seven games.
rwr in the American
u ,.o.sPttinc White
dPPed tnreeof.heir.as .our
m.. e r O nu-mair
- nrt iust as
LrAngeles a; wo; only Jour o
K 11 and Cleveland has lnt
W of its last live
That bring us
down to the
n r. irnn Ml t' II I
gelves, They ve lost x of
Sf GiaMs 5 "Sht to climb
Mth nd 25th homers. Del
rt.nd.ll put Milwaukee ahead
Crandali P" .homer m
to itay w.th his lstn .n rf
th. Wh off loser Jack San
" j iM Adcock added his in
' thJigMh. Burdett. now has
.Uf.tim. record .ga.n.t the
Th?Re'ds beat the Dodgers,
thrdinals scored a t .nn ngh8e
6 victory over the Pirate
C0vT2 but losHhe regularly
on July 12 but ioM d th
scheduled contest 4-2 and
Phillies topped thj CJ twin-bill,
the opeenr of a ; 7.7 tie that
E,? ilaltedause of the
"Tthe .American 8o
Orioles whipped ine """,,..
V the Indians snapped a 1
V ctreak bv defeating
rienSe Yankees ifi ifi-nally
nally ifi-nally beat their nemesis, Frank
ingeles Jerry Lynch's pinch sin single
gle single with the bases full was he key
SSw.nd Johnny Tempi. if 1 n n-Red
Red n-Red with three men on during ne
imr sine Jim Brosnan was the
rnniAnd Sandy Kouf ax the os os-er.
er. os-er. Chuck Esseg.an J1ls r5
homer as a Dodger and Frank
. Uii Kic 9R h
Koninson .... iho t,.,v
12th suspended game
" uv was resumed
with one on and one out
ularly scheduled contest and
earned Vern Law his 14th vic victory.
tory. victory. Law gave up seven hits,
inc luding Ken Boyer's 24th hom homer.
er. homer. Rookie Bob Gibson was the
One Conley posted his 12th vic victory
tory victory for the Phillies when he fired
a three hitter and struck out nine
Culi hatters in the opener. The
Cubs apparently were on their
way to a 7-6 win in Ihe nightcap
when Farl Averill homered in the
to pof the 12th hut Harry Hane Hane-hrink's
hrink's Hane-hrink's pinch triple tied the score
isn the bottom of the frame just
before the game was halted by
Southpaw Billy O'Dell of the
Orioles held the White Sox to five
hiis during the eight innings he
pitched and Jerry Walker preserv preserv-ed
ed preserv-ed the victory with a hitless ninth
inning. The Orioles scored all their
runs during the first three innings
off Bob Shaw, who suffered his
fourth loss against 12 victories.
ODell, who won his seventh, yield yielded
ed yielded a homer to Sherm Lollar in
Cal McLish of the Indians was
credited with his 15th victory
although he needed Larry
Locke's help after Bob Allison
hit his 28th homer for the Sena Senators
tors Senators in the eighth and Harmon
Killebrew smacked his 37th with
one on. Woody Held and Jim
Baxes homered for the Indians,
who scored the winning run on
Vic Power"s triple and three
The Yankees spotted Lary n 5-0
lead and went on to beat the Tiger
right-hander with four-run rallies
.. r I. 1 r:U inninffc
in tne lounn an.. .". ..-i.
Southpaw Whitey Ford, the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' fourth pitcher, held the Ti
gers to two hits from the founn
inning on to gain his 13th triumph.
Lary had beaten the Yankees
seven straight limes pieviuua. v
including five times this season.
Marv Throneherry and Hector 1.0
pez ohmered for New York and
Gail Harris for Detroit.
Bud Daley pitched a four hitter
and drove in the tie-breakinc run
in Kansas City's win over Boston.
It was Dale'ys 15th victorv against
seven losses. Frank Sullivan, the
loser, pitched hitless hall until the
sixth. Dick Corner) and Jackie
Jensen homered for the Red Sox.
Kuenn, Detroit 105 416 73 146
Woodling. Balti. 110 350 51 lit
Kaline, Detroit 102 390 68
Fox. Chicago 118 484 67 15fi
Runnels, Boston 115 442 V4 140
Minoso, Cleve. 116 447 73 133
Tuttle, K. C.
Mantle, N. Y.
Maris. K. C.
115 469 86 139
112 413 65 119
112 420 81 120
89 329 55 94
Dave Moore Stops Kid Bassey
Again To Retain 126-lb. Title
Runs Batted Tn
Banks, Cubs 115
Robinson, Reds 106
Aaron, Braves 9?
Bell, Reds 96
Cepeda, Giants Si
Ma.thews, Braves 81
LOS ANGELES, Aug 20 (UPI)
Davey Moore, the Springfield,
Ohio, rifle, is the winner and still
world featherweight champion
today but he should give a nod ot
thanks to British tradition for the
ease with which he accomplished
his second victory over Hogan
Moore was well ahead on points,
no doubt, last night when lie was
credited with an 11th round knock
out of Bassey, the chocolate col
ored pride of the British Empire
But the 25-year-old titleholder
and the crowd at Olympic Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium had to be surprised when
Bassey failed to answer the bell
for the 11th.
The 27-year-old African himself
decided to call a halt because of
handicaps he incurred namely a
closed right eye and a right hand
which he said he was unable to
use from the fifth round on be
cause of an injury.
Bassey's manager. puhkeeper
George Biddies, hinting his tiger
may retire, explained it this way,
in the pattern of British sports
Killebrew, Senators 94
Colavito, Indians 89
Jensen. Red Sox 88
Maxwell, Tigers 77
Malzone, Red Sox 76
Home Runs f
gentleman like this (pointing to
Bassey in the dressing room)
should have to go on in boxing if
he is going to get serious injuries
all the time. He has had too many
injuries in too many fights."
Referee Frankie Van took this
viewpoint in answer to a question:
"No, I certainly would not have
stopped the fight. It was a world
Moore, who won the title last
March '18 in the same arena un under
der under similaY circumstances was
unbothered by the talk about
Bassey's ability or inability to
continue. In the March fight
Moore scored a 13th round kayo
when Bassey was bleeding from
cuts above both eyes..
Under California law, there is
seldom such a thing as a technical
knockout. Therefore both Moore
victories go down in the record
book as straight kayos.
Moore praised Bassey as a
"game and good fighter" and
I turned his, sights to future oppo-
At Gym Tonight
A six-fight amateur card is
scheduled for this evening at the
National Gym with Carlos Santana
and Marco Antonio in the main
Cepeda, Giants 25
Boyer, Cards 23
Killebrew, Senators 37
Colavito, Indians 35
Allison, Senators 28
Lemon, Senators 26
Maxwell Tigers 26
"'The Red Birds went ahead, 6-5,
on two key pinch hits and Roy
Face stood to lose his first game
after 15 straight victories until the
Pirates tied the score in the bot bottom
tom bottom of the ninth. Then, in the Wh
four straight singles off Boh .Jot
terfield brought St. Louis its vie
Smoky Burgess' sixth inning
single broke 2 2 tie m the reg-
(Based am Mor Mere Decisions
"I personally don t teel a line nents.
- wm f
Errol Flynn in
-ROOTS OF HEAVEN
Ginger Rogers In
"OH MEN, OH WOMEN"
SAT. -- SUN. -- MON.
GIANT TRACK DOUBLE
CHARLEST TOWN, W. Va. -(UPI
) A $2,603.4(1 daily double,
second largest in the United States
tnis vear, was recorded Tuesday
at Charles Town by Rush For
Gold ($104.00) and Ramapur ($31. ($31.-80).
80). ($31.-80). The year's top double, $5, $5,-302.20,
302.20, $5,-302.20, was returned ai Phoenix,
Ariz., Feb. 13.
CBS TELECASTS OLYMPICS
NEW YORK (UPI) The I960
winter Olympic Games will be
televised .exclusively h the Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Broadcasting System.
There will be a minimum of 10
hours of broadcasts from Squaw
Valley, Calif., site 0! the 10-day
Face, Pirates 15
Antonelli, Giants . 16
Drysdale, Dodgers ... 15
Law, Pirates 14
Newcombe, Reds ... 11
BRENNAN TO AIR SPORTS
CHICAGO (UPI) Terry Bres Bres-nan,
nan, Bres-nan, former Notre Dame football
coach, will assist Jack Brickhouse
in announcing WGN's college loot-
ball series each Saturday this fall
USSERY SCORES THREE
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N Y.
(UPI) Bobby Ussery booted
home three winners at Saratoga
Tuesday, including Mommy near
in the feature. Ussery also senr-d
with Persian Spy and The
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn, White Sox
PUTT PUTT TOURNEY WINNER Jose Antonio Vallarino (left)
receives the winner's trophy from Putt Putt Course manager
Jim DesLonries Jr. after his victory. in ,ine receni iquuiey aV ..me
El Panama Hilton.
Jose Antonio Vallarino
Cops Putt Putt Tourney
Editor; (CONRAOO SARCEANT
? :' : .:i'.4-;4
American Leasoe,, t
W L Pit;
.40 10 'I
Toda s (James
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh.
i estei day's Results
odi. co. ulO 000 0012 (
Mil. 000 110 21x 5
nui-uetie (17-12) and Crandali
. e, i ork
.505 II 2
Today s (James
Washington at Cleveland
Boston at Kansas City
1 iniore .a Chicago
New York at Detroit J
Yesterday s Results
10 000 0014 8
000 200 07x 9 13
The program, made up entirely
of three round bouts, is sponsored
by the Chornllo Amateur Boxing
The first fight will get underway
at 8:30 p.m.
IVu.JA (.6-4 J
Kuxnaii, Pena, Brosnan
Lawrence and Bailey.
1 i' uell (7-10)
Snaw (12-4). Moore T.nu;n
Bride, Staley anc' Lollar, Romano.
201 000 0003 6.1
000 000 0101 5 Q
Walker and Trian-
ii'oij,, idoine anu
St. Louis 111) luo 003 28 14
Pittsburgh 200 002 011 0- 12 ',
iucvtu, BlayiutK, onugei, Ur
oan, jencoat, McDamel (13-11) and
w.vli, 11. amiui, holier.
Witt, Gross, Face, Green, Por-
lemeiu naaaix ana Kravuz
St. Louis 101 000 0002 7 1
i'ui.oui-j;h 0UI Uli: iu 4 7
Gibson (1-2), Bridges and Porter
Law (14-7) ana burgess.
Chicago 001 000 0001 3 (
Pnna. 000.003 lOx 4 6 (
Hobbie (12-7), Donnelly and S
Conley (12-f) and Sawatsky.
Wash 100 000 030-4 8 t)
Cleveland 112 100 00x-5 10 fi'
Fischer (8-9), Pascual Griggs;
W. 'descnick, Clevenger and Court
McLish (15-6), Locks and
New York 000 440 00210 14 I
Dero- 302 000 0W5 7 1
Grba, Turley, Lar'sen, Ford (13 (13-6)
6) (13-6) and Howarn.
Lary (15-8), Morgan, Sisler, Nar Nar-leski
leski Nar-leski and Berberet.
Chic j go
Called at end of 12th inning.
001 001 0013
000 002 22x k
MUJivan 7-8). K e v. Chittum.
Schrr.il and White.
Daley (15-7) and House.
WARESIDE, England (UPI) -Spinster
Hannal. Ede celebrated
her 101st birthday today and ad advised
vised advised those whc. want tn imitRie
her: "Don't drink, don't smoke,
and don't get married."
SERVICE CENTER THEATERS TODAY
BALBOA 5:I5 8:35
Frl. "Frontier Raiv;ers"
COCO SOLO 7 00
'THE' DEFIANT ONES"
Fri. 'Satan's Satellites" and i
"Daniel Boone, Trailhlazer"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Friday "Escort West"
ir Bin Crosby
"GOING MY WAY"
Fri. "Apftche Territory"
FrL "Space Master XT
"The Curse or
Santa Crur. 7:001
"The Fust and
The Furious" &
The Blark Glove'
It'amp Blerd 7:00
Tucson" & "Mur
ller Is My Beat'
Balboa can claim the distinction
of being the only US rated Canal
Zone gymnasium to have a girls
basketball team, because of this no
All Star team was picked to play
teams from other gymansiums.
Every week two teams were
chosen to play against aeaclh other.
Altogether six of these contestd
were held with a prize being given
every week to each member of the
A foul shooting contest was held
each day. Every week the girl
having the most points would win
a prize. With these scores in mind,
the girl having the most accumul
ated points would win the foul
shooting contest at the end of the
Beth Brown passed Grace Whit
ney in this contest and maintained
first place for three weeks. These
two girls stayed well ahead of the
group tib best part of the summer
in hopes of copping the trophy.
A perfect score prize was given
to any girl who made the sk- bas baskets
kets baskets that she was required to shoot.
These scores were made Carol
Thompson, Jackie Lovelady, Susan
Lessiack and Rose Monzon. Beth
The girls basketball was introd
ed mainly as an'experiment and it
turned into one of our most po popular
pular popular activities. Most of these girls
knew little or nothing about basket
ball because at first the majority
were elementary girls.
When (the news spread about the
basketball then it became a mix
lure of the 12 year olds to 18 year
olds. While they are far from ex experts
perts experts at least they have a better
knowledge of the game and they
had a lot of fun. The top attend attendance
ance attendance was 40 but the average atten
ance was usually 20 to 24.
I would like to suggest that gym
form a girls basketball league just
in Ihe 12 16 ape group as a regular
summer recreation activity and
compete for a Canal Zone championship.
A large and enthusiastic crowd
Tuesdav night watched tJhe finals
of the first annual Putt Putt Tour Tournament
nament Tournament in which Jose Antonio Va Vallarino
llarino Vallarino became Panama's putt
champion in the final 36-hole play playoff
off playoff against Luis Mastelari. Vnlla-
heat Mastelari a ana e. ne
was awarded the winner s
donated by Lou uiuo.
Runnerup Matelari won a tran
To Compete In
Arrangements are being made
for local golfers to compete in
the Colombian Open Golf Tour Tournament
nament Tournament from Sept. 3-6.
The Open, a handicap affair,
will be held at the beautiful Club
Rodeo in Medellin, and should
prove to be a tremendous thrill
for all Isthmian golfers making
Fidanque Travel Service is
conducting this golfers' tour
which Includes, 'n addition to the
Colombian Open, one week of
golfing, sightseeing and enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. The plane will leave Panama
at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 31, and
arrive at Medellin at 11:30 a.m.
and stay at the Hotel Nutiharfi
until Sept. 7.
There are still spaces available
for those Interested in making
the trip. In order to complete ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the necessary
entrance, you should call Fidan Fidanque
que Fidanque Travel Service, Panama 2 2-1661,
1661, 2-1661, as soon as possible.
sitor radio from Halman. Julio
Amado won a trophy donated by
Sandleslon for coming in third
while Miss Donta Burgos, who was
fourth, won a spotlight lantern
from George F. Novey Co.
Vallarino's big prize is Wie op opportunity
portunity opportunity to play in the Regional
Putt Putt Tournament in Florida,
with all expenses paid. On Satur Saturday
day Saturday he will leave via PAA, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Jim Des Londes, man manager
ager manager of Putt Putt, who believes
that Vallarino has a good chance
of being one of the four winners
of the Regionals.
"Tofio plays a wonderful game,"
said Des Londes. "His scores will
give the Florida players some real
competition. Despite the animated
large crowd Tuesday night, he
p'ayed with coolness and preci
n Vallarino is a winner in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Florida, he will then play
in the Putt Putt National Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at Fayetteville, North Caroli Carolina,
na, Carolina, which is called the "Tourna "Tournament
ment "Tournament of Champions."
Among the activities of the four four-day
day four-day event are a beauty pageant
and contest presided over by Miss
America and Miss Putt Putt plus
a banquet followed by the Queen's
Ball. Vallarino will participate in
an auto parade of the Putt Putt
Champions of America.
Trophies aYid more than 20
cash prizes ranging from $2,000 to
$100 will be awarded to the win
ners of the tournament.
The group of almost 500 people
present at the local finals cheered
Vallarino and expressed the hope
that "Tofio" would represent his
country well inthe tourney.
complete list of fights fol-
Loly Owen vs. Isidrio Hcrrera.
Kid Tabaco vs. Roberto Nelson.
Josd Rivas vs. Hector Murillo.
Aurelio Belgrado vs. Carlos Vas-
Carlos Santana vs. Marco
First II Home Run
Wiw For Richmond
I CLOCKED AT 130 M.P.H.
! INDIA NSPOLIS. Ind. (UPI)
Wayne Weiler and Jim Packard
were cln. ke. l more than 130 130-miles
miles 130-miles an hour Tuesday to pass the
final phase ol their drivers tests
for qualification in the Indianapo Indianapolis
lis Indianapolis 500-mile race.
'NEW YORK,. Aug. 20 (UPI)
Fritzie Brickell may have taken his
time reporting to Richmond from
the New York Yankees, but he
made his presence felt once he ar arrived.
rived. arrived. The little infielder's first home
run since rejoining the Internation International
al International League club was worth waiting
for as it came with the bases load
ed in the fifth inning to give the
Vees a 7-3 win over Havana.
In other action Wednesday night,
Toronto tripped Buffalo, 6-1, Mon Montreal
treal Montreal edged Rochester, 9-8 and Co Co-lumbsu
lumbsu Co-lumbsu nipped Miami, 5-4.
Homers by Ron Henry, Jim King
and Archie Wilson accounted for
all the Maple Leaf run as the
league tailenders handed the first
place Bruins their fourth loss in
Montreal came up with a pair of
four-run innings to beat the Red
Wings. Rochester made it close
when Luke Easter slammed a
three-Tun hpmer in the ninth in inning.
ning. inning. Columbus went into a second second-place
place second-place tie with Havana by vritue of
its close win over the Marlins. The
Jets and Sugar Kings are six and
a half games behind Buffalo.
Bernie Devers Drops
41 Points To Lead
Navy To Easy Win
with Bernie Devers making
more than half of the All-Star'
local points, Navy beat the Ft
Kobbe Regulars Tuesday night at
the Rodman gym by a 73-53 count.
BoUi teams got off to a good
start and the game was tied 16-16
at the end of the first period.
In the second quarter, with
Devers finding the range, Navy
pulled ahead to stay and led ai
the half, 40 to 30. By this time,
the Navy team was moving the
ball well and had good teamwork
in addition to efficientlv mntrnl.
ling the rebounds.
Devers again paced Navy in the
3rd quarter with 12 points. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, the Regulars were having
trouble finding the bucket hit hitting
ting hitting only 9 points in the third
The Regulars weren It any luck luckier
ier luckier in the last period, as they
scored only 12 points. Meanwhile,
Devers continued h i s excellent
shooting and Navy added 21 points
to ineir lead.
All told, Bernie hit for 41 points
his high of the season. Howard
was high man for Ft. Kobbe with
15 points. This now leaves Navy
with a 9-8 won and lost record
and Ft.- Kobbe now stands on an
CZ Athletic Club
To Practice Tuesday;
The Canal Zone Athletic! Club fo
ball team will hold their first
practice of the 1959 'football season
and all eligible and interested play players
ers players are requtsted to be preseitt
at the Balboa Railroad Statir-ft
practice field at 4:30 p.m., Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Aug. 25.
In order to be eligible a player
will not have attained the age of
24 by Sept. 25, 1959, and must have
attended a Canal Zone High School
or have een a full-time students ol
the Canal Zone Junior College.
The team will be coached by BH1
De La Mater, Wally Trout, Bill
Nkkisher, George Tockertrr.n
Jim Murphy and Ed des ore. All
eligible and interested players
please contact Canal Zone Athletic
Club President, Bill De La Mater,
at Balboa 2941 or Balboa 3548' ai
soon as possible.
Practices will be held weekly at
the Balboa Railroad Station field
on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wed Wednesdays
nesdays Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6;30 p.m.
BRAZILIANS OPEN HOUSING
CHICAGO (UPI) A delega delegation
tion delegation of mor:- M) Lr.. T:,ns
officially opened the housing cen cen-ier
ier cen-ier Tues.l i ,ir' some 2,200 ith ith-letes
letes ith-letes entered in the Pan American
30c. TODAY 9:00
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POPULAR NIGHT I
$1.10 per CAR!
Clayton MOORE in
"THE LONE RANGErj
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CZ Teeners From VFW To urney
Endicott. NY Team Eliminates
jc?- ;'M, 1
SDLTH AMERICAN WAY Maria Bueno of Brazil
Alex Olmedo tour the club grounds wherever they
rave South America a sweep in me wimuicuuu
Davis Cup star also Is the Australian champion.
manager, along with
MdLlit.. illUil Willi UlCCroila
Their competitive fires bank
nni' mni sianu
ea aim smiis """"", u ,,,,-jlSr ctrirknn hnrrihlv
SPPK LO Uiviuufe UU.l
raivers ailU l'iCil
their dh it'agut
mv rhpiks as managers.
. i thin lc nn
seem io ieei m
man their due. howevar
qThis has been particularly
in the Una of uuty. Mnal laoe
out: Old Teddy Boy cackling
Rally Nips CZ
HERSHEY, Pa., Aug. 1-(UPI)
Endicott, N., came up with a
two run last inning rally to down
the Panama Canal Zone 4-3 and
eliminated them from the National
VFW Teener Baseball Tournament
The winners took advantage of
the wildness of relief pitcher Bob
Fortune to tie up the game and
Mike Malvaneko's single then
drove home the winning run.
Until the final inning Canal Zone
pitcher Roy Bettis, using a varie variety
ty variety of slow curves, had the game
well under control. But after Bet
tis fanned the first batter' in the
seventh, he permitted a single
and then walked the next man. At
this point Fortune relieved him
and threw wild on two consecutive
pitches. His third pitch resulted in
the winning single.
The Zoners took an early lead,
scoring once in the second and a a-galn
galn a-galn in the third with Bettis' dou double
ble double the only hit in either frame.
But Endicott tied it up in the last
half of the fourth oh two hits and
an error by Bettis. The Canal Zone
forged ahead again in the fifth on
Bettis' single, a passed ball and
Frank Reichert's single to right
field. The score stayed that way
until the Endicott rally in the final
Bettis had two of the four Canal
7nnA Kii urhilA Tlaintiort ant Rnh
, 'II 'JIIC IIII.H "lint v mi.
hospitals N p.rnererf the others. Bettis
struck out four while walking on only
ly only two. His mound onponent, Dick
Pueh, fanned six and issued three
CLASSIC LIAGUE young bowlers who have come up strike bowlers in the Aimed
usl in local bulling circles, he oins iu3 aooj Um m xina
The only Classic League on the has a working, mixing ball and first ball, and it Bruce can keep
lai.i.nui m'U ao.. ..mil..,.., a j(OOu jpi.it III a 11, out a iul, iWJV irOIll ClieilV OlCK.Ilg (If W.ll
down the maple pins off the Dia-jwill depend on whether Ronnie fit into the Classic league style of
j.o uauci. u)..u ..s ii .ui .j sid.cu iau daopi nimstLi (o me ngois m bowling.
iur tne etonu inurscay in Sep- tough competition of the Classic Bob Toland, et aside his bowl
lember. uus is me piemiun League, i. Kunme rolls ais nam- ing tools our.ng uir summer
kegung loop in mese pans, ana ri siyie ana ooes not press ne monins, Decause ne leu that ne 0
o...j ...i- t'-ui ui iop -.i will do well. was gon .a siaie uom 100 mucn
Dowiero ueiiurm m me uucuu. me o.ner roome is jri uuiung. u uoo ieis oil 10 a good KfW CiKK MIPH Thp hpan- In thp first nlaro wilrln.c. oJn.
Stall allU leiio II lilt' lOrill Ol IWO nrnimVfl u,Vin tho Hlantt' nnl Vl lonicUlo lb.
have. jaci Sanford plunked the Cubs' i Basehall has had only nne fa-
Ernie Banks in the back has tr,e tality because
baseball masterminds seeking a
Pre" solution aeain lodav but there's
Picking a winner
eason ime, is likt
1 Sunday s winning lottery
oer. aII teams look eoon
frue ol me o.k. mtiers.
are able to present a
. -r - n Jn thpn lellOWS
popular heroes, their gate
to the club's fiscal vitality and
wnether out 01 gratitude or fear
cf the customers' wrath, own own-ri
ri own-ri usuallv xcceae.
Where eoes Ted WilUams, in
wit'i tne neo io
with the Yankees, go
rw tr hind lit
from here n.eie
his background to imply that
r"!..-v.i- nf handling the
re 15 tayMic --
mAnifold respons'P'uw w
But what would be
tf I.mr't ro a PI lOIl
Ur-the-hiU atar requested, the
opnorunTty. .and 'here
ipeculation to thia effect? The
Bd Sox are oftener m the
&d division than the first
with Williams, even in nis pre pre-aent
aent pre-aent withered state, their prin prin-cioil.
cioil. prin-cioil. not only, marketable
Would Yawkev insist that Wil Williams
liams Williams first take a refresher
...,irse in the minors. as did
1.1,-. ni.nnprt when Babe' Kut.i,
HiiHC I'MKC ,
A alsn run O1
0 0 e r
MUSCLE MEN MANAGERS
How have the game's big hit hitters
ters hitters iaieu as manager s''
First of the moderns was Nap
La.ioie. 111 s x ( years his best
with Cleveland was a near-miss,
sc;om place, ly Cobb's tops
With Detroit in six was also a
runner-up. In eight ms jpeak-i
er's Indians had one win, two
seconds. Fourth third ano sev seventh
enth seventh was George Sisler's re re-core
core re-core as boss ot the St. Louis
Hans Wagner was dead last in
his one year with the Pirates.
In eigh years, embracing four
clubs, Rogers Hornsby had
only one wmrcr, ,he Cards. Bill
Teethe CILV last .4( hit
ter, was the most successful,
with three pennants and a
world Series triumph n 10
years as the Giants' leader, (n
seven terms, 'bird was Mel
Ott's peak at the Polo Grounds.
The Ribp wsp't the onlv
big hitter who didn't get a shot
at managing. Jimmy Fox was
another. Two others -weren t
interested Harp- HeiJnnann turn turned
ed turned to broadcasting instead.
Hank Greenber ; to the bus'npss
Oil 010 03
000 200 24
...c .cms n-.-ec si.giuij uver uranam ol uayton, ana ne is not
SKX), which means ,180 or better ..rw .u .ocai ujwi.ng soc.ety, oe oe-man.
man. oe-man. jui unis a.ii toe .ne; cause he has rolled in the Majors
line, two dubs are repeaters, Car-' una ridiuua .uen s Leagues. He
a vrj.. .Hi") ana cjinour in- has all the equipment to compete
surance Agency, with new names .n ...e loop,
u, .otuii .Ap(j.iuin.i.'s iui The other three are old timers.
Lucky Mrike making their bow Teu .iciauson nas one ol tne
hi i.. icUt. tinest light hit strike balls in ao an numbers until 11:15 an Sun-
The league will roll on Thurj- hiese pjiis anu h Ted has a day- If the writer picks winners
cay mait.... ui ir.uiji, as it lus weakness it is the ten pin, and! in bowling as he does in the lot lot-in
in lot-in former years, and only few ime nig asse leu posseses is get- tery the following prediction is
ueWiuuiL'is iiavt oeen uie io ting his teammate to relax and wy off:
Of the 20 kn.u k Hie Drains out of opposition. v inner- l.ucky Strike
nolaovers Ed Kunkel, who made the All Second- Elga
Isinmian learn las. year, is ar l'h rc Seymom Agency
good consistent bowler who does Fourth Carta Vieja.
..M come up w.lh the real low
games, and his dependability is a
i) g asset 'o any club, .loe Kursoon
is another one of those bowlers,1
who need topnotch company toi
break into the league
uuwicrs, aixiten are
from last season, and only four
rooKie will make tneir uebui.
ELGA: Bud Baker, the number
one ouwier in uese poi'is uas sign signed
ed signed up Don Rudy, Father Karry,
ied oain.tdl am, Anay risionicu.
In sizing up this squad, it should bring out his best.
SEYMOUR AGENCY: This i, MMetKAam
the "if team of the leagu. and III III IOS 1 1 68 111
ana a 101 ciepenas on several
nd virtually everyming cionice. Man Musial can have
.. i Ja1 f not I iL t i jut-
skpr. or rattier nemmiuni, .o. ,P ar(1c port torn tor ihp M.sk
he be made manager i i
For different reasons, the
n.h' manaseral recommeuu--
tions were as unpromising
Wi'liams' would appear i
and when Ruppert offered
,is, the Babe was outraged.
vts npXt seas"', found him wnn
the Boston Braves as part-outfieldp--
part-time as as-rstant
rstant as-rstant manager and part-time
nre-enL ludicrous, sit situation
uation situation from which he retired,
lor good, afte- only 28 games.
he, too, has other am-
IF IT DID HAPPEN
" WiUiams' affection for sports sports-.ri:rr
.ri:rr sports-.ri:rr has alwavs been .some .some-Thing
Thing .some-Thing less than idyllic. Nor has
hp ever a temp ed to conceal
is scorn for verbally critical
.. .-mrc nH on occasions ne s
been known to impa r t i a 1 1 y
i-av stincs and nress box a a-like
like a-like with angry jaliva. . .We
toV vmi lo te Fen Sox
-dnsmit .' manaeer Williams
-ihudderinelv endures a pregame
Session with the press.
wf;iiim' nnn't trv to tell me
tow to run my ball club, you
; tperle': I just asked a sim sim-'le
'le sim-'le question. L,
, WilMms: Simple is right, You
haven't brains enough to ask
tp"- npr k'"d.
Rprtr: But this is import import-ap
ap import-ap r "n n edition t "ia'e.
Williams: Now ain't that too
ho yiia yon wan' me ro do
break down and weep?
"iwir: All the other man managers
agers managers we had around, here
, Williams: Things are different
now. If you smelly hums think
I'm "o'nz '' butter Y.O"
you are crazy, as if I
. kp-'wii that til along.
pcrr: Well, if you won't
f'' mp who's "oing to pitch, I'll
Just have lo guess.
' "-' That 'a what
1 you been doing all your misera misera-'I
'I misera-'I p tsi lime you
; juess anything right that'll be
' And, io, on and on and on. .
. William has continuing respon responsibilities,
sibilities, responsibilities, indluding alimony, and
', t h o e who profes to know
; ay he'a not top-heavy with
, 4 m- rptnw from a
"sports equipment investment are
', -irt sre being
' made to peddle his life story V
Hfit'vwond and this could mean
a big touch... a much b-tter one
if it could show him as a
Stealing a phrase from Sgt.
Dick Shaffer of Albrook AFB, the
"on again, off again" Navy All-
Stars may have turned out the
light on the Kobbe Regulars as
far as the PAF basketball title is
concerned, as'Bernie Devers and
his mates soundly defeated the
Kobbe five last night 73-53 on the
Devers put on his best basket
ball show of the season for the
home fans, getting 41 points in
the very one-sided affair. His 16
field goals tied the season's high
mark by Clayton's Skip Kroeger
for most goals in a single game.
Kroeger has the season's high to total
tal total of 49, however.
The Stars, Who have the mater materials
ials materials for the best rounded club in
the league, have been to win the
games they needed, but have put
the skids to every team ir. the
league just when they were head headed
ed headed for the top.
The regulars were on their way
up in the once very tight race,
but now find themselves two full
games behind the league-leading
Cavaliers with only two games re remaining.
maining. remaining. The Flyers are only one
slim half-game back of the Cava Cavaliers
liers Cavaliers after a 96-64 win over the
Army Atlantic Falcons last night
on the Atlantic side.
Lon Stephenson, Ron'ny Self and
Lloyd Hopwood carried the load
with 26, 21, and 21 markers res
pectively. The rebounding of
I Stephenson and Hopwood wer.c
too much for the smaller Falrnns
hadn't1 and 16 points by George Noland
was not enough, as they dropped
their 16th decision, of .the year
With only two victories. It was the
Flyers' 13tH win against five de
Dance At Diablo
Tonight at 7 in the Diablo Gym Gymnasium,
nasium, Gymnasium, awards will be presented
to summer athletes who were out outstanding
standing outstanding in the various activities
that made up the Diablo Summer
ThirW-five-aWardmWill b given.
These will be awarded in the fol following
lowing following categories and number:
Girls Volleyball 3
Boys Volleyball 3
Boys Tennis .1
Girls Tennis 22
B League Basketball 2
D League Basketball 6
Boys Archery 4
Girls Arehery 1
Weiebt Training 3
First "lace winners in each ac activity
tivity activity will be awarded blue ribbons
and certificates:' second place a a-wards
wards a-wards will consist of certificates
and red ribbons: third olaeers will
receive rertificates and white rib ribbons.
bons. ribbons. All members of champion champion-hin
hin champion-hin teams will be awarded certi certificates
ficates certificates and blue ribbons.
In addition to thes" awards an
Outstanding Boys Trophy, Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding Girls Trophy and runner runner-up
up runner-up tronhies for boys and girls will
Immediately followine the pres presentation
entation presentation of swards a "Sork Hon"
will get underway featuring the
music of disc-iockev Bruce SDur SDur-lock.
lock. SDur-lock. The staff of the Diablo Gym
extends a cordial invitation to all
narents to come out and see their
little ones, medium ones ?nd big
ones receive their awards. Re Refreshment
freshment Refreshment will be served.
improve its 918 entrance average.
There is no reason to suspect
that ttud win siow uown; riaicr
just keeps rolling at a high pace
year m ana yeur out. .In Ruay,
Elga has the All-Events Champion
ot the City Association, last year
Don had an erratic season, first
'in experimenting witn a finger
tip delivery, and he also spread
hig bowl ny activities over various
lanes and leagues. This year he
win coonccnii'aie nls pih toppling
exclusively at Diablo.
r'atner Lou Karry, Chaplain
from Fort Kobbe, has been having
a rongn time oowling in Koobe,
and during the summer has been
wsy below his par. However, Dia Diablo
blo Diablo boards have a magical cure
for ailing bowlers and Father Kar Karry
ry Karry snouiu recover the same touch
he had upon his arrival on the
led Schmidt, of marlin fishing
fame, has the knack of rolling his
best wnen he competes in last
company. So this year, Ted has
passed up other leagues, and
like his teammate Rudy, will ce ce-vote
vote ce-vote all ut his bowling lime to
the Classic team,
Andy Fistonich has all the po potential
tential potential of being among the
league leading bowlers. He has
a wicked working strike ban and
H lie Miaiueus up nis spaie paint , j; u iu. i ,,
the Electricians will have a bowl-!leaDd'nf "1 ,n 'Je?uel
er that will improve his average.
-.eieciing next ony onf reai way (0 en(j ,ean
ings for all time
That's to abolish baseball.
Because as long as you have a
jackrabbit hall which is manufac manufactured
tured manufactured to ride prodigious distances,
the pitcher of necessity must
"loosen up" the hitter who is tak taking
ing taking a toehold in the hatter's box
No pitcher intends to crinple a
rival, or put his career in jeopar jeopardy,
dy, jeopardy, but the 'brush back" pit r h
is about the only counter weapon
the pitcher has left.
There is. of
f a player beina
struck by a pitched ball. How However,
ever, However, a number of careers have
been ended or ruined, the most
notable beinn Joe Mcdwick and
Mickey Cod rane The net result,
and the only one possiWe, was in introduction
troduction introduction of a plastic helmet
which the hitters now wear when
they go lo hat.
SPECIALIZE IN GETTING
When a batter is struck, usual usuallv
lv usuallv it is an accident on hoth sides.
Yet there have hren a number of
nlaVers who tn nivp ho nitnharB
course, a fine line their Hue srwwiaii7PH in hom
i j. i : L iu ; . ' 1
i"i unilll rHIHIIl linwcril llf CTrilflr ae Q
a lot depends on
"ifs" for example if Rollie Gleich
man's shoulder is okay, if Herb
Zost can recapture his stateside
form, and if Bob Tohnrt can stage
a comeback to his 19S7 performance.
The big man, will be Mac Lane,
who wps judged as the numheri
two kegler of 1958-59, ranking justj
below Bud Balcer. and if Msc
takes the bad breaks on the hits'
i n stride his average will 'mnrovej
i by eight to ten pins, and in he
( lassie lean'e such an I'tinro' "-ment
ment "-ment is abig stride, and is he
"n ni'ke it hi w''l he nreccin.
Mr. Balcer for the league leading
Herb Zost was heralded as one
of the best bowers thit evr
came down to the Canal Zone with
'he Armv However, Hern hs
been having too many bad nights
at Kobbe anH Ralhon during the
off season. Everyone who has
seen Zost bowl, realizes that his
fine form and delivery should pay
off oh the "Dhblo Lanes.
Rollie Gleichman, If his arm
mrl shoulder are healed, will
knock off some high games, and
tolt'e will he aaui one of the
A changt in tha foatwtar rt rt-quirtmtnti
quirtmtnti rt-quirtmtnti for Canal Zona Foot Football
ball Football playtri hit rocontly eomt
to light. Rubber canvas toppod
football shoos will bo tho official
shot for all players until Oct. H.
Aftor this data playors will bt
ptrmitttd to use oithtr tho can canvas
vas canvas shoos or loathor topped
SAT. -- SUN. -- MON,
Bruce Hassler. one of the best I
"bean hall" and the "brush
hack." It is onlv as wide as tie
pitcher's control and with the
winning run in scorinc position
both become more narrow.
Banks rharced that Sanford hit
him deliberately on the mer1
crounds that Sanford's control 's
too ?ood to make such a mistake
Sanford. of course, denied the a'
legation. On the wei"ht of very
flimsy evidence you have to s-''-tl?
for Sanford's denial.
1 UMPS nnw-T READ
Banks is not noted as a mind
reader. Neither are the umpire?
wro, beine in iust as good a posi position
tion position as Banks if there was any
hint of intentional mayhem would
have been called upon to ejct
means ot setting on
base. Hughie Jennings was hit 49
times in one season Krankie Cro Cro-setti
setti Cro-setti was another such expert in
drawing a free rrie In first base.
Peewee Reese also ws adeW in
iust being missed or just being
T'mpires realize thp difference
between the "brush Lack" pi'ch
and the deliberate bean ball,
which is a real rarity.
It brings back a story about the
pitcher who was accused by a
rival Htter of throwing a
"You'd throw at your own
grandmother." the hitter stormed.
"I certainly wouldn't." tho
nitcher retorted. "But. of course.
I might brush her hack a little
Even the nice guys who finish
first have to protect themselves
in the clinches.
SOON BELLA VISTA
Tour skin has million of pern
whr (rm hid, causlnc Itch, pain,
pctllnr, acne, blaekhMdi, ringworm,
to. Ordinary rmdli only clr mo momentary
mentary momentary relief became they don't kill
tho rerma that ere the real caune of
eo many akin (rouble. Nlxoderm
kill theae term and make your kli
moother, clearer, softer and mor
attractive. Auk for Nlxoderm at your
iru-lore tda.v, and ret rid of the
real eauae of youi skin trouble.
All but one of the great Whirla Whirla-way's
way's Whirla-way's rare were rut from the
A slow getawav an accele accele-ted
ted accele-ted pick-nn and a whirlwind
f'nish made Mr.vLon0tail one of
the more antly namrd American
In the 1941 Belmont Stakes. Al Alfred
fred Alfred Rohertson on Rohert Morr
asil .Tames aboard Yankee
Chance and Carroll Rierman as
trid Itabo figur"d that if the
earlv nace was slow enough they
'Ould have enough left the ou'
finish Whirlaway in the final
drive. Therefore the first ouartr
was logged in :25 ?-5 and frM
half in :49 4-5, which wou'd be
respectahl? for beetles but far
from swift for good horses.
Eddie Arcaro. piloting Whir-
lawav. eotto analvzine the pa?.
decided that things weren't just
the way they would be. So trie
knowing spectators in the big
crowd were amazed when Whirla
way ho to the top as the band
turned into the hackstretch. Ne
ver be'ore had the Kentucky Der Derby
by Derby and Preaknesg winner taken
the had so early,
Just as Arcaro moved out in
front he was seen to turn his head
and shout something to the three
conspirators. Askant ihout it sf
ter the race, he explained:
LUCKY STRIKI: Any team
that has Jose (Pepe) Damian, the
best bowler in th Republic of
Panama, must be taken into ac account.
count. account. Although, Pepe is an easy
going fellow, ne can arouse his
team to get the strikes in crucial
moments of matches.
A Pepe Damian team is always
up near ihu top, jid although Bud
Balcer is odds-on favorite to take
tne iiign average title, Pepe will
be pushing Balcer all the time.
n Luck Soysier and Phil Vescio.
Lucky Strike will have two over
powering ype of bowlers.
Phil will add to the "working
bench" of the club, and this snouiu
be good for talking the opposition
out oi at least one or two marks
a game. If Soyster gets off to a
good start, the other, teams better
watchout. Dick is as touch as
they come in the clutch when the
double or triple jtrike is needed.
Jorge iolo, or the Banco Na
cional of Panama, should blend
well with this team, and Pepe nas
for his fifth man, his brother
Tony, who has discarded his old
ball, and reports that his new
sphere ns a working ball.
CARTA VliJA: An old name
but it has two rookies, Ronnie
King and An Graham, Ronnie
King of the Navy is one of those
New Concept in Writing
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School Table Tennis
At Diablo Gym
Every U. S. Schools Gymna Gymnasium
sium Gymnasium on tihe Isthmus will be re represented
presented represented in this year's Table
Tennis Tournament that will take
place in the Diablo Gymnasium
Competition will begin at 8:30
a.m. when the boys 14 and under
vie for the championship of their
division. This group includes Ro Robert
bert Robert Griffith of Margarita, Alec
Ramirez of Coco; Solo, Doug As As-ceron
ceron As-ceron of Ancon, 'Mike Burton of
Balboa, Don McCollough and John
Sanders of Gatun.
In the over 14 group for boys,
Margarita will be represented by
Ed Donohue, Gatun by Jim Mc Mc-Gloin
Gloin Mc-Gloin or Jules Damimi, Gamboa
by Milt Parsons, Ancon by either
Griffith or Warland, Balboa by
Jack Pearson, and Diablo by Don
In the ladies division for those
14 an dunder the Atlantic side
will bt represented by Margaret
O'Brien, Judy Palumbo, and Pat
Dailey of Margarita, Coco Solo,
and Gatun, respectively, while
the Pacific side will call on Gam-
boa's Grace Figueros, Balboa's!
Rose Monzon, and Diablo's Torrid
tot, Edie Bishop.
The big girls, those over 14, will
consist of Evelyn Hawthorne of
Margarita, Janice M a 1 o n e of
Gamboa and Diablo's queen of the
courts, Jeannine Hebert.
Contestants will be paired and
competition will be orocede on
the basis of, the winner of the
best of three games until the
champs have been established.
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Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
FOR RENT: Modern unlurniiri unlurniiri-ed,
ed, unlurniiri-ed, 4 bedroom house en Loma
Alcgre, large kitchen, fenced
yard and hot water. Phone Bil Bilbos
bos Bilbos 3228
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, kitchen, garsge. etc.
Camps Alegre. Santuario Nacio Nacio-nal.
nal. Nacio-nal. Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: To responiibl
party, partly furnished chalet
with swimming pool. Minimum 6
months period. Located Mile 14
Transistmian Hiohwaiy or call 3 3-4832,
4832, 3-4832, Panama, 5:00 p.m. week
WANTED: Large cayuco A.
Albright Gatun. Tel. 5-482.
HELP WANTED: Experienced
cook, cleaner, references neces necessary,
sary, necessary, 68th Street, El Cangrejo,
Motta's Building. Apartment 4 A.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ariel motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, 500 c c twin spare parts.
Phone Panama 3-3493, Urraea
Aprs Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: 350 cc Panther
Srambler, recent complete over overhaul,
haul, overhaul, good tires, lights. Panama
3-6102 after 6:00 p.m.
United Stales District Court Kor The
District of The Canal Zone
In Hie matter of the adoption of St
rut viiKima ofi laimeii aanai ueiRA ueiRA-rtn.
rtn. ueiRA-rtn. a tMinor v'5 R1:1h 3ancH Deleano.
Defendant. No 4Rfifi. Civil Citation.
To Edith Sandi Delsado
You are hereby required to appeal"
hefnie the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal .one. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom thereof.
In Ancon. Canal 7,one. on the 23rd of
October. IttiSo. at 9 o'clock In the fore fore-ronn
ronn fore-ronn of that day. then and there to
show cause, if any vou have, why Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Frederics and Annette Frederics
ehould not proceed with the hearinp
eif his petition for the adoption of the
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Cuthrlr
F Crowe. Judee. United States District
Court for the nistricl of the Canal
Zone, this 1Rth dav of Au"ti1. 1"WS.
s Sara de la Pefia. Clerk
Rv AMarian D. Bowrn
To Edith Sandi tlclcado
The foreRolnr rit:ttion is served up upon
on upon vou hv pr.hlicatinn nursuant to the
order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F
Crowe. Judee. United States District
Court for the Ditiicl of the Canal Zone
dated the 17th 'lav of August. 1959. and
entered and fi'ed in this action in the
office of the Clerk of the United Sta'es
District ; Court Balboa Division on the
lTth'day of AuciM, IMS.
Sara He la Pefia. Clerk
. RvsMarlan D. Bowen
COSMOS, S. A.
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads enly cost $0.85 per eol. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740
Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
Box 24S. Bulbon, C. 7..
Phone: Curundu 51 1 3
Xke. follow Int animal at Ihe Corn Corn-tat
tat Corn-tat Veterinary Hospital need lood
1 Male Hor, hlnik and white, na native
tive native terrier, "Tippy"
I Female eat. ere
1 Male ret, iriey tiger, with eollar
and hell, from tort Amador
I Male corker xpanirr
1 Male kitten, white and black,
1 Female (rev rat and 2 small
Male black kitten for thene call
SUPPORT YOUR SPCA. YOU NKED
IT. it NKKDS YOU.
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RADIO and TV
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FOR RENT: Large independent
furnished room, semi-privjte
bath, next door to Chinese Legs Legs-tion
tion Legs-tion in Bella Visra Prone 3-
FOR RENT: Duplex Apartments.
Firit Floor: Two bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room with bathroom.
Second Floor: Three bedrooms,
dressing room, bathroom, hving hving-dming
dming hving-dming room, large porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room with bathrooms,
Avenida Nicanor A. de Obarrio
No. 9. Call telephone 3-7462.
FOR RENT: Large modern two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment, Potomac
Building. Cangrejo. Information
Calle 32. 4-34.
FOR RENT: 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 3-4780.
4780. 3-4780. FOR RENT: Whole top floor
in Ecuador Avenue No. 14, 3
bedroorms. two sitting rooms,
large diningroom, maid's room
and bath, terrace, garage, hot
water. For information apply
FOR RENT apartment. Army ins inspected
pected inspected Bachelor or two couples
prefered Via Porras No. 82. Tel.
FOR RENT: Apartment three
bedroom, living, diningroom, gar garage,
age, garage, maid's room, hot water. Bel Bella
la Bella Vista, Colombia Street No. 44 44-17,
17, 44-17, see owner Apartment "P"
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
room, terrace, garden, maid's
garage, hot water. Ground floor.
48th Street No. 31. Til. 3-0444
from 7 to 9 a.m.
FOR RENT: In residential lone,
modern urbanization, Cangreio,
comfortable apartment, large liv living
ing living and dining room, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, kitchen, two services,
maid's room separate, garage, hot
water and cold water. $12 00
per month. Tel. 2-4516.
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to August 31. Classes
Beqin: August 31 End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION. Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, 3 3-3018.
3018. 3-3018. Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Fast runabout boat
13' 2. Evinrude 25, trailer, skis,
wrought iron furniture. House
6444, Los Rios.
(Ford of Germany)
- Tel. 2-4680
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Box E Diablo, ( .7,.
Telephone Pan. 2-0552
We dve all kinds of clothes,
drapes, rues, coats, dresses,
Two Hour Irv Cleanlnt
' (10 minutes from town)
Via Kspana No. 30.
FOR SALE: 1956 Fard, two
door sedan, fordomatic, black and
white, 8 cyl. Thunderbird engine
radio, heater, white walls, duty
paid, low priced tor quick sale.
Panama 2-0754, 3-0813 after
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac. four
door, automatic, new tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer.
0853. Apt. 19, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-1953 Pontiac 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 ww tires 6.000 miles
$1,700. Phone 36-644 Coco
FOR SALE: 1955 four door.
Dodge, "perfect condition, all ex extras
tras extras Leaving, must sell. Phone
Navy 3183 after 4.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
sedan V-8, power glide, radio,
heater ww tires. Very reasonable.
Phone Albrook 6282, after 4 p.
FOR SALE: 1958 jeep. 10.000
miles 4 wheel drive $2,000 or
best offer, telephone 3-4287
FOR SALE: 1949 convertible.
Good condition. Price $250.00,
Curundu 706-A. Tel. 83-3291.
FOR SALE: Mercury Montclair
55, two doors, in perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, duty paid. Tel. 2-2882, of office
fice office hours.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 6
lour door sedan, standard shift,
excellent condition $1575.00,
must sell, leaving for States,
124-B, Gamboa, call 6-170.
WANTED: Bilingual graduate
from Paraiso High School, for of office
fice office work. Apply Thursday 8:30
a.m. with report cards which
must show good qualifications.
Casa Admirable, next to Lottery
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.I.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United Stales District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Leonard Worriers. Plaintiff vs. Bar Barbara
bara Barbara D. Wooters. Defendant Summons
Case No. 4863 Civil Docket 22 Action
To life above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a a-cainst
cainst a-cainst you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judsr. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Augi.sl IS. 1959.
Sara de l Pefia, Clerk
R AMarian D. Rowen
To Barbara I) Wooters
The foregolne summons is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. JudRe, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated August 17. 1959. and en entered
tered entered and filed in this action in the
office of the Clerk of said United Slates
District Cni.rt for the Division of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on August 17. 1959
Sara de la Pefia, Clerk
RysMarlan D. Bowen
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service Sails Arriv
!'N Auk. 14 Ail?. 52
ULUA Aus. 21 Auk. 29
TIKAO Auk. 28 Sept. 5
MORAZAN Sept. 4 Sept. 12
UI.UA Sept. 11 Sept. 19
Also HandlinK Refrigerated and Chilled Oaro
New York Service
'PA !:" UNA Aug. 17 Auk.
L1MON Auk. 25 Auk.
-CO.Y1AYAGUA Sept. 1 Sent.
FRA BERLANGA Sept. Sept.
"ESPARTA Sept. 15 Sept.
Also Handlint Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEX1TA Every (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Us Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return
To San Francisco andor
FOR SALE: New, 40 inch. Hot
Paint electric range, $240 00.
FOR SALE: RCA Victor console
radio-phonograph, 3 speed, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet, very reasonable.
6351 B, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Living room, dining
room, bed room, television 21"
all like new. Phone 3-0877.
FOR SALE: Washing machine,
iron living room set, girl bicycle
Ne. 26, telephone 3 6600.
FOR SALE: Silvertone T V.
with outside antena $95.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2602.
FOR SALE: Boiler in perfect
condition, 30 hp, reasonable
price, American Laundry Cleaner.
Tel. 2-0398. 2-0388.
FOR SALE: Aluminum patio
furniture, glider, 4 chairs, table.
At Diablo Tomorrow
The 1959 Schools Division Sum Sum-more
more Sum-more Session Tennis Tournament
will be held tomorrow, Thursday
Anonst 20 on the Diablo Courts.
The first serve will occur at 8:30
a.m. sharp. All matches will con consist
sist consist rvf thr best of three sets with
the winning of four games consti
tuting a set. The pairing in me
various groups are:
BOYS 14 AND UNDER
Ted Albritton (Diablo)
Bill Strong (Coco Solo)
John Paterson (Diablo)
Tom Perantie (Balboa)
The winners of theje two
matches will play for the cham championship.
pionship. championship. Charles McClelland of
Coco Solo and John Carlson, Don
McCollough and George Case all
of Diablo were eliminated from
this group in pre tournament
BOYS OVER 14
Don Rudy (Diablo)
Doug Major (Ancon)
Rocky Blevens (Balboa)
John Wainio (Margarita)
The winners of these two
matches will play off for the
championship. Gary Irving of
Margarita and Ron Nessler of
Diablo lost out in pre-tournament
GIRLS 14 AND UNDER
Hilma Cooke (Balboa)
Liz Hanna (Margarita)
Judy Palumbo (Coco Solo)
Gail Albritton (Diablo)
The winners of tihese two
matches will compete for the
championship. Carolyn Davis of
Balboa and Paula Leftridgc of Co Coco
co Coco Solo lost out in pre-tournament
GIRLS OVER 14
Heanine Hebert (Diablo)
Hilda Riefkohl (Margarita)
Thr winner of the Heberl Es Es-slinger
slinger Es-slinger match will meet Riefkohl
for the crown in this division.
The Diablo Tennis pro of the
Seattle and Return
FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by the
truckle Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: Plants (aeaonians),
from 75c. fa $4.00, must tall
this week. Fifth Street, Vister Vister-mosa.
mosa. Vister-mosa. No. t (Baba) Apt. 5,
FOR SALE: Limited quantity of
Agrarian Bond.. Apply Thomas
Agencies. Tel. 3-1069.
FOR SALE: Wooden Venetian
blind, used 80"x51", Balboa 2 2-1530,
1530, 2-1530, during offiee hours.
FOR SALE: Airplane Piped av aver
er aver cruiser 115 h p. Lycoming 71
hr Smoh licenced to July 22,
1960. Price $2000.00. Call
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Mi Minor,
nor, Minor, boat offer. Baby crib with
mattress. Call Navy 3689.
FOR SALE: Baldwin piano. Like
new, reasonable rice. Tel. Fort
FOR SALE: Merchant calcula calculator,
tor, calculator, new condition, vary cheap.
Call Balboa 4274.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hudson cou coupe
pe coupe with runabout 14 ft. boat
trailer, ohnsen IS hp. motor
gat tank $650.00, S piece, 6
strand bamboo living room suite,
like new, 1 1 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining room sat. Mahogany
bar with three mahogany stools,
and aquarium. 6 piece blond ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom set. ( Balboa
2676 y. Like new.
Salon Bahia offers I shows
nightly: 9:30, 11:30 and 1:30.
Continuous music until 5:00 a.
m. Delicious meal and tin liq liq-ourt.
ourt. liq-ourt. Dempsey May
NEW YORK (UP1) Jack
Dempsey may fly to Sweden to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to clairfy the Ingemar Johansson-Floyd
Patterson return return-fight
fight return-fight muddle.
Dempsey, brand new promo promotional
tional promotional director of the hoped-for
Sept. 22 bout, said today, "I'll be
ready to go tomorrow to Sweden
or anywhere else if Ingemar
wants to sit down and straighten
When the 64-year-old "Manassa
Mauler" flies to Europe, he will
be accompanied by Vincent J.
Velella and Irving B. Kahn,
president and board-chairman, re respectively,
spectively, respectively, of the reorganized Ro Ro-sensohn
sensohn Ro-sensohn Enterprises. Inc.
Big-fisted Jack former heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion, was named pro promotional
motional promotional director and advisor of
the Rosensohn organization Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at a press conference in
Dempsey's Broadway restaurant.
"I took this job without a sal
ary, but on a tWO-a-week expense
account, millionane Jack ex
plained, "in order to heln the
fight and boxing in general The
sport needs this match It's too
good to be kicked around nv
longer. It should draw a million
dollar gate, wherever held."
weight-trainine room has estab established
lished established the follosing as favorite's
in their respective groups.
Boys 14 and under Tom Per Perantie
antie Perantie (Balboa)
Boys over 14 Rocky Blevens
.Girls 14 and under Gail Al
Girls under 14 Jeannine Heb Hebert
ert Hebert (Diablo)
Yes, this is the time of the model year when
you can take advantage. All we have left for
1959 for immediate delivery.
ONE EDSEL RANGER
Hardtop Coupe, 6 cyl. Standard Shift.
ONE EDSEL RANGER
Fordor Hardtop- 6 cyl. Standard Shift.
ONE EDSEL VILLAGER
9 Pass. Station Wagon, Fordor, 6 cyl. Standard Shift.
See them at
Frangipani Street (in front of tM National Stadium)
Tels. 2.4680 or 2.4586
FOR SALE: Lees 500 and 1.000
meters, n the Natrv Hipadranso
Urbanise tea ecraee the Renaea
Racetrack, All lots wttb etreet
trsMits, ttrwage, water main ana
electricity. Call W. McBansott.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid's room with aervice, hot
water, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phone 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Ideal lot of land at
La Crest a Heights, Manual J.
Hurtado street. 1066 aqua re
meters. Moderate price. For in information
formation information pbene 3-4861, Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. SERVICES
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
givea you faster, mora econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phong
2-1905 Crawford Agendas. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Meant reliability, and lasting re repairs.
pairs. repairs. For better1 home service
call 3-7607 Panama from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
Protect your homo and proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment e
emergency ot monthly budge
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 at Colon 1777.
MOTOROLA, T.V. and radia
repair shop all kinds of elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment and p a r a
parts. Call 3-3191 er try us
and at Avenida Nacional Ne. 38.
Fly To Sweden
Some reporters were very sur
prised that Dempsey should aliy
himself with Rosensohn Enter Enterprises
prises Enterprises because of the outfit's un unsavory
savory unsavory publicity since the Juna
26 fight in which Johansson of
Sweden took the crown from Pat
terson on a third-round knockout.
Right now Rosensohn Enter Enterprises
prises Enterprises is the hub of three official
investigations, and a major target
of magazine articles by Johans Johansson
son Johansson and ex-promoter Bill Rosen Rosensohn,
sohn, Rosensohn, who formed the corporation.
Dempsey explained. "Naturally
1 was a bit hesitant about joining
the outfit when I was asked to
help. But I had my attorneys attorneys-one
one attorneys-one of the best firms in New
York examine the situation thor thoroughly,
oughly, thoroughly, and they recommended
the reorganized setup as complete completely
ly completely sound financially and legally-"
Friends say that Jack's real
reason for jumping into the mess
is his long-time crusade against
monopoly in boxing and his de desire
sire desire to see champions fighting for
It may require a big 'selling"
job by Dempsey to keep Johans Johansson
son Johansson 'allied with Rosensohn Enter Enterprises,
prises, Enterprises, despite its reorganization.
A signed article by Johansson in
the latest issue of- Life Magazine
said there probably would be no
September defense against Pat Patterson
terson Patterson because, "I can't fight Pat Patterson
terson Patterson and the fight mob, too."
BEEFS UP HIS IRISH
NEWARK, N.J. (UPI) James
M. O'Brien apparently thought he
had insufficient credentials as an
Irishmen. He legally changed his
middle name today from Morti Mortimer
mer Mortimer to Patrick.
NEW YORK. Aug. 2o-4UPn-
Stocks turned strong today led by
the steels and rails.
Renewed hopes for settlement
of the steel strike helped to touch
oil the demand for these two
groups. The buying picked up aft after
er after chief federal mediator Joseph
Finnegan met jointly with the top
negotiators for the industry and
By SAM SHULSKY
Kirtg Features Syndicate,
235 I 45 St., New York
Q. I am a single woman, 55,
with about $5,000 in the bank at
3 14 per cent. I know nothing a-
bout stocks, and have never owned
any. But friends say I should put
at least two-thirds of it into some
securities to improve my return
for retirement days. I will have a
small pension and social security.
A. Basically, your friends are
right. As you are headed now, you
will go into retirement with X dol dollars
lars dollars a year coming from social
security and pensions plus interest
from whatever savings you may
build up by then.
Thus your total Income will be
fixed which would be fine if you
could be sure that the buying pow
er of the dollar will be fixed, too,
during the period of your retire retirement.
ment. retirement. And that, we have learned,
is not likely.
The old days, when one could
speak comfortably of a pension of
$2,000 or $3,000 or $4,000 a year
are gone forever, I'm afraid just
as surely as are the days when
womenfolk could rely on a "good"
dress or "party" dress to carry
her through several seasons. To Today
day Today at least half our national
spending budget is dictated by the
Kremlin and our fashions by -Paris.
That means we are and 'will
continue to be subject to change
without our consent. You suit
yourself about fashions, but I feel
quite definitely that one of the
best ways to keep yourself in step
with changing dollar values is
through ownership 6f equities.
Now, whether you put one-half
or two-thirds of yuor money (or
much Jess) into stocks is imma
terial. But you should hetrin ac
quiring securities on some basis
consistent with your ability to set
aside investable funds.
I don't think two-thirds of vnur
$5,000 should be put into stocks
Decause mat would leave you with
two small an emergency fund.
Perhaps $1,000 to $1,500 rmilrl he
But what is more important Is
that you now set up and try to fol follow
low follow a program of regular stock
O. We are two sistpr; in nnr ftfic
living on small pension and in
come trom 1,200 Sears we inher inherited.
ited. inherited. Our broker want it tn oii
1,000 Sears, says we have too
mucn stock in one company, and
invest the proceeds in Am. Can.
Lorillard, Brooklyn Union Gas.
A. I agree completely. In the
first place, more than $50,000 is
too much In one stock, even In so
fine a company as Sears, for peo people
ple people in your situation.
Secondly you need income and
the stocks your broker suggests
Would do better for you, in addi addition
tion addition to giving you much needed
B I GG EST Dorothy Provine is
Sd5 feeWour. but camera
trickery xurn --
Sotantes. to ''Secret Bride
Action eomedy. The 22-ye.rW
blonde is also a Phi Beta Kap Kappa.
pa. Kappa. Dubious? Write the Univer Univer-I
I Univer-I tlty of Washington to Seattle,
1 ' I ; ull"T,7"t,
Today s Opening
Amer Tel and Tel
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Cons Electro Dynamics
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
El Paso Natural Gas
New Eng. Tel and Tel
Roval Dutch Shell
Signal Oil and Gas
Standard Oil NJ
Unjtpd Oanso Oil
NEW YORK, Aug. 20 (UPI) -Recent
stock market develop developments
ments developments are no reason to run for
the panic button, according to
Standard As Poor's says "we
would not be led by the recent
reaction to disturb existing
holdings in well-situated stocks,
but would move slowly In mak making
ing making any new commitments un until
til until the market, trives rlpursr
signs of having regained Its
Prentice-Hall says rising
earnings and dividends will
give the weary bull market a
shot in the arm before the end
of 1959. It says' many institu institutional
tional institutional investers, like mutual
funds ,are active buyers who
cushion sharp declines.
Trenden says there is no
evidence of a broad general
top. It notes the stock market
Is making and adjustment to
equate share prices to winter
Spear Ac Staff says present
market action represents a
moderate correction rather
than a topping out. While some
further decline appears to be in
order before confidence is
restored and a new ,base is
established. It looks for an "in "invigorating"
vigorating" "invigorating" rebound after the
steel strike is settled.
Investors Research Co. be believes
lieves believes the market has entered
a "plateau" phase during which
stock prices wijl remain at a
relatively high level with wide widely
ly widely divergent trends among In Individual
dividual Individual industries.
SAT. S,UN. MON.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. 1959
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AF Tries Again Recovery
Of Satellite's Capsule
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif
other attempt today to bring
The latest attempt to return a 300. pound capsule from a satellite whirling several
hundred miles above earth was set for around 3:25 p.m. today.
Success would prove out trvg basic technique developed to bring life-carrying satel.
lites back to earth.
The 1700.pound satellite carried no life, but success in today's hoped-for recovery
probably would mark the scheduling soon of sending a monkey aloft in a recoverable
Following yesterday's succes-lu!
orbiting of the second Discoverer
satellite in less than a week. Mai
Gen. 0. .1. Ritland, commander
the Air Force ballistic missil" di
vision, and Herschel J Brown,
vice president of Lockheed missiie
end space division, declared m a
"Through tht information and
txperienct gind in the Discov Discov-tftr
tftr Discov-tftr series, tht advanced re research
search research projects agency, the Air
Force and Lockheed rapidly are
preparing the way for launching
of the first man in sDace."
Philip To Greet
Ike At Aberdeen
Palace announced yesterday that
. Prince Philip would go to Aber Aberdeen
deen Aberdeen Scotland, to gree. President
Picnnhnmr when he lands there
tn visil Oucr
Aug. 28 on his w
r-ii.i,oii !ji Ri innra I aslic.
The announcement that the I
Onsen's husband would be at
Aberdeen's Dyce Airport to meet
Eisenhower and would drive with
the president to Balmoral. 50
At the entrance to the Balmoral
Castle grounds Eisenhower will
Inspect a guard of honor of the
1-st battalion of the Royal High Highland
land Highland Fusiliers.
The President will stay over overnight
night overnight at Balmoral as the guest
of the Queen and will leave the
next morning for Abenlenn from
where he will fly to London on his
western European tour.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
und Hydroeraphie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Hieh 8K M
Low "1 "8
Low 6!) Rl
(max. nip hi NN-15 NE 13
BAIN (inches) T .11
WAT Kit TK.MP:
(inner harbors) 82 Rl
FRIDAY. Al (i. 21
11:39 a m
1:30 3:5f 6:'J
NOTE: You should see
this picture from the
''Profile of A Miracle"
Special Issue about the
technical advancement in
Aug. 20 (UPI)-
an instrument. fil led package
Recovery area for Discoverer
Ts package was a 200 by 50-mile
section in the Pacific Ocean south
of the Hawaiian Islands
The satellite yesterday marks
tiie latest attempt to learn the
technique of returning instru instruments,
ments, instruments, animals and eventually
men from a speeding artificial
The launching started a fantas fantastic
tic fantastic game of catch in which the Air
Force will attempt to recover a
300 pound capsule from the Dis Discoverer.
coverer. Discoverer. The Air Force said the Discov Discoverer
erer Discoverer VI was circling the earth ev every
ery every 93.3 minutes in a north-south
The closest approach of the sat satellite
ellite satellite to the earth is 138 miles,
while at its furthest point. Discov Discoverer
erer Discoverer VI swings out 537 miles from
Tracking stalions in Alaska pick picked
ed picked up the signal at 4.53 pm. yes yesterday
terday yesterday as it completed its first rir-
cuit of the earth, the Air horce
Radio signals were described as
"loud and clear."
The satellite is triggered to
spew out a 300-pound capsule on
a return trip to eartli this after afternoon
noon afternoon if everything works proper properly.
ly. properly. The capsule had the same basic
equinment designed to bring back
the first U.S. manned moon.
A monkey is scheduled to be
blasted into space on a roundtrip,
satellite ride soon if yesterday's
shot proves enough bugs have been
worked out of the system.
Two previous recovery attempts
have failed And two of the 1 foot.
1700-pound moons didn't make it
There was no recoverv effort on
Discoverer L which did enter or orbit
bit orbit briefly.
If all goes well the egg-shaped
capsule will be automatically
popped loose from its "mother"
satellite 200 to 500 miles above
the earth late this afternoon, 26
to 27 hours after launching.
As it parachutes down over the
ocean recovery area off Hawaii,
hie Air Force C 119 cargo planes
will attempt to catch "the world's
longest fly hall'.' wilb trapeze-like
harnesses trailed behind them.
If the planes miss, .bins carrv carrv-ing
ing carrv-ing heliconters and frogmen will
trv to find it in the sea.
The Air Force expressed hit'h
hopes in the latest effort because
i of a measure of success obtained
'with Discoverer V last week.
I For the first time on thai shot
j scientists were able to eel the 27
I by :i inch capsule to eiect from
the satellite at just the right point
I over the earth.
Take Up Sadistic
New Money Game
LONDON (LlMi London's
beatnik population which inhabits
the city' expresso liars has taken
up a sadistic game to get spending
Several teenagers who turnec
tin with scars on their triads sawl
the game involved seeing who can
stand tin liable. I end of a ciga cigarette
rette cigarette the I on si
The competitors put money into
a not -ind Mien place a one pound
mite on the back of beatnik's
Someone else runs the burning
end of a cigarette alon;: a silver
strin woven 'i 'n lln mile in pre prevent
vent prevent forgery The pound note does
not burn bu the rompeiilnr's
hand gets scorched. His turn em's
when he can no longer stand the
Then another challenger takes
over. The winner is the one who
stands lln pain the longer
"Hurt? It hurts like mad." re reported
ported reported ope Hi year old mi l Hut
il's worth it when you're broke.''
New Law Keeping
LONDON (HIM) British jus justice
tice justice Wednesday was crediied with
accomplishing what even the
bombs and V 2 rockels ol World
War II couldn't do keep prosti
lutes liim openly soliciting in the
A spokesman al police head
quarters for the central
area said not one arrest was
ported under the new si reel
lenses act which provides for-im
prisonment for habitual prosti
The area covers Ihe fashionable
Mayfair and mil i inns Sohn ihs
t ricts, usually teeming with street
walkers after dark.
Tha Air Force makes an.
The Thor-powered rocket,
spouting a tail of flame, streak streaked
ed streaked into the clear blue sky, out outlined
lined outlined by a few white powder puff
clouds, as a shock wave from
the blast struck the observer
The Discoverer climbed nearly
straight up. belching flame and
appearing as an upside down ro ro-man
man ro-man candle.
The shot was delayed briefly fur
weather conditions, but only a
slight breeze and the lew clouds
were noticeable when the launch launching
ing launching took place.
The capsule travels 300 miles
a minute and will miss the 200 200-mile
mile 200-mile long recovery area unless
popped from the satellite at tht
right instant, the Air Force said.
The Discoverer II package was
e.iected too soon and was lost in
the north polar region.
The Air Force blamed failure to
recover the Discoverer V package
on one of three possibilities: the
capsule's retro rocket may have
failed to fire following ejection, it s
parachute may not have opened,
or its radio signal failed.
Doris Mr DAnald
Mrs. Doris B. MacDonald, chief
dietitian at i,oigas iluspiial and
a long lime resident of the Canal
Zone, died .suddenly at C-orgas
Hospital at 8:17 a.m. today. She
was 56 years old.
Airs. McDonald, who apparently
had ueen in gooc health, reported,
lor work as usual at Gorgas this
morning, llei death occurred short shortly
ly shortly after.
She was born it Stevensville,
Mont, and was employed in 1929 as
a (lieiilian ,;i i,oi ..' i ,.. cjl lor
a break in her service between
19:il and l!t;;n, she iielo the same
position at Gorgas ever since. She
was made chici dietitian in 19,") I.
Surviving her are a son. Charles
Mai Donald, ol Woods, ock. N Y
and a daughter, Mrs. Gail Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, who married to an ollic ollic-er
er ollic-er in the I'.S. Army stationed in
Funeral an angemenls will be'
Herter Pledges US
'Will Do Its Part'
On Santiago Pads
WASHINGTON. Aug. 20 (LP1)
Secretary of Slale Christian A.
Herter pledged odav Ihal the Ig Ignited
nited Ignited States would "play its full
part" to cjit mil the decision of
the Inter-American foreign minist ministers
ers ministers comeivnc .n Santiavo, Chile.
Herter described the talks of the
foreign minisici- n' the VI meri meri-can
can meri-can slates as "encouragingly suc successful."
cessful." successful." The conlerence ended
llerler made ihe remarks when
he returned Irom ihe conference
by "ir lore, je1 nl ie a1 1:11 a m.
The Santiago meeting, called to
consider tensions m the Caribbean
set up a peace commission to help
avoid future conflicts. It also ex expressed
pressed expressed support for democratic in in-slimlioiis
slimlioiis in-slimlioiis c o n d e in n e d dictator dictatorships,
ships, dictatorships, and agreed thai the Oi'gani Oi'gani-ilion
ilion Oi'gani-ilion of Americ'-n S'ates (OAS)
should have more power to deal
with foreign inter,entin"s-.
He said ht had emphasized at
the t:ilks this i-nuntrv's "Ardent de de-dicalion
dicalion de-dicalion to democracy." He said hp
also made eleir Ihe U.S. bel'ef
"that democracy within a country
stems best lrmi 'he neople them themselves
selves themselves and cannot bP imposed from
North frerr q
FARNTIAM, Que. (UFl)
loa, i polenti.iii.v (rippling
cal disease alien to North Amen
1 1 a, has hit ai leal live persons
.here and doctors feared today
hat the outbreak would spread.
Doctors were al a loss to ex-
j plain the rare outbreak n; ;he
disease, which, to their knowledge
had never previously been re reported
ported reported in Canada.
i line docloi said there are in-
dications of more rases "not yet
Dr. Luc Fortiu, who diagnosed
the eases, said first symplnms of
Ihe disease are much like grippe.
I lie second slaj.e re-iil:s in ;i gen general
eral general weakness followed by
.swelling ol lie les .ill. I lee'
Inserts were suspected of having
brought in the disease.
OKOWLtR AT THfc LOCKS The Navy guided missile submarine Growler, pictured here pas pas-Ing
Ing pas-Ing through Miraflores Locks, pulled away from the Rodman Naval Station pier a day early
this morning, with its crew of 80 officers and men anticipating a grand scale family reunion.
The Growler, which transited the Canal yesterday after a voyage from Key Wfest, Fla origin originally
ally originally was scheduled to stay here until Friday. A request to depart a day early was granted to
enable the submarine to reach Pearl Harbor before the scheduled arrival of the crew's fami families.
lies. families. The Growler is due to join Pacific Fleet forces.
For 20 Canal
The Canal Zone United Fund's
19;9 campaign-keyed to a goal ol
$127,000 lor 20 community wellare,
service, health and recreation
agencies-will begin Sept. 28. It
was announced yesterday by Brig.
Gen. James vV. Coutts, executive
Approval ot the starting date, the
4127.000 goal, and the agencies to
oe inchmed tiiis year was accom-t
plished at a meeting of the
of trustees held Tuesday.
There was one new addition
to the United Fund the Tuber Tuberculosis
culosis Tuberculosis Association, but the USO
ot list year hs been changed.
Last year, tht USO included the
Jewisn Welfare Board, and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Cristobal YMCAs. This
year tbe two YMCA's are in the
fund at separate participants and
the USO remains as a particip participants
ants participants with only one unit on the
Isthmus, namely the JWB in Bal-
bThe ''0 agencies approved for the "f (;.rl1. ;'"'';'"V "duet renuest
,959 campaign are: American Red t he budSe and a Oca tions com com-C,,ss.
C,,ss. com-C,,ss. American Social slL E Dec er s
n" ? sst UomBS th.t the budg-
Cancer Committee, Corozal Hospi- jusnhed and were suf-
(al Occn.v inn and Recreation, 'j"' 'nnt.neaion of the
Fund, Girl Scouts, International' "c? work for a full year The
vov ,...fs international fiirhf"m; ;' r;:"
International Social Serv-i
Dr. Matheney Will
Represent CZ Vets
At AMA Meet
Dr. Robert 'G. Matheney,
Chief of the Division ol Vete Veterinary
rinary Veterinary Medicine, is the Canal
Zone representative of the Pan Pan-ameiican
ameiican Pan-ameiican Congress, of Veteri Veterinary
nary Veterinary Medicine which will meet
jointly with the 1959 medical
convention of the American
Veterinary Medical Association
it. Kansas City, Mo., next week.
Matheney will leav? Saturday
The opening "sessions of the
convention are scheduled lor
On his return trip, Matheney
will stop in Atlant'i, Ga., to
consult with veterinary and
public health personnel at the
Communicable Disease Center
ol the Public Health Service.
The bat rabies' uurvey, and bat
control measures in the Canal
Zone, are among the subjects
Matheney plans to discus?
He will return to the
Zone Sept. 6.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower has signed into
law a $:!9,228.239,0O0 dfeus. mon money
ey money bill half the nation's budget
revising some military pro programs
grams programs and providing 35 million
dollars to slart a second atomic-
nnurl,rot nirprft pnt'Hpr
The bill, by far the largest ap-i
propriation of the year, ives the
President almost nil the funds he
requested to run ihe armed serv services
ices services in the current fiscal year
that started July 1. It will finance
a fighting force of 2,545,000 men.
But Congress drastically revised
some of the administration's orig original
inal original plans for tht? military. It put
more, emphasis on developing
long-range missiles and defenses
ugainst enemy submarines and in-
rrontinental rockets. Eisenhower
signed the measure late Tuesday.
To Campaign For $127,000
Zone Community Groups
ice, American Branch, Inc., Na-campaign. Starting' nect week, a
honal Recreation Association, Phy- series of TV presentations of the
sically Handicapped 1'ersons, Com- various agencies will be made un un-mittee
mittee un-mittee for Aid to Salvation Army, der the direction of Lt. Col. Tom
Summer KecPeation Board, Latin M. B. Hicks.
American Communities, Summer United Fund volunteer workers
Kecication Board, U.S. Commun- representing all' branches of the
ities, Tuberculosis Association, U-l civilian and miiitarv activities in
nileu Seamen s Serv.ce, United
Service Organizations, Inc., YMCA
Balboa, YMCA, Cristobal.
Preparation for the 1959 camDaun
has been underway for some
time by the lour major funds com committees
mittees committees under the direction of Gov.
Poller and Paul M. Hunnestrand,
United Fund executive director.
The admissions commi'tce, head headed
ed headed by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
with ll'c i!c Walker M Aid. -.on
as alternate, reviewed each agen agency's
cy's agency's application lor admiss'on o
the fund and selected those 20
meeting the qualifications for par par-tic'vlion
tic'vlion par-tic'vlion n the 19."') campaign.
T'tllK X7QB fnl t,,l;H,l Vt, o raiiia.n
Planning for the conduct of
the campaign, including the
sc iedulincj the events, solicita solicitation
tion solicitation and collection of contribu contributions
tions contributions and keymen training is
under the camiaicin committee,
headed by Philip L. SteeVs, Jr.,
aid deputy chairman Col. T. J.
The promolion and publicity com committee,
mittee, committee, headed by Ralph K. Skin Skin-ner.w'th
ner.w'th Skin-ner.w'th Lt. Cn. I'-rn- P Kelliher
as deputy, has ordered the neces
eanw)sn materia Is and suo suo-plies
plies suo-plies in preparation for the open open-in"
in" open-in" of the rlr v 'omnrcnensirp
fs'i ueuig neveiopea tor
...mono" ,m.i mit.iieitv through they found four-vear-old Noah Jr
newspapers, radio, television, and, snoring blissfully into a telephone
nhlic d.snhv aimed .t -ning mi-, receiver he had knocked off the
blic knowledge and support of theihook while napping
CanalKrank Thompson (D-N.J.), a key
figure in Ihe House fight over
I labor reform leeislation. said
yesterday he was squirted with
an acid like fluid from a passing
truck while on his way to work
Rep. Franl; helf (D Kv.)
promptly inliii,iiced a bill pro providing
viding providing a $10.00(1 line am on years
in jail for anyon- who "assaulls"
or "inlimidnies" a congressman
'or any other person in anv man manner
ner manner whatsoever."
Cl eir charged that "hoodlums"
were responsible for ihe "dastard "dastardly
ly "dastardly and eowardlv" .iiionL-
Thompson. He also noted !ht
wiut-n oiri noi meet with the ap approval
proval approval of certain groups."
Thompson, who was not serious
ly injured in the incident Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning, was criticized bv
the Teamsters Union and AFL
CIO lobbyists for his role as an
architect of ihe Democratic Democratic-sponsored
sponsored Democratic-sponsored "moderate" labor re
Tie measure was 'imposed by
labor as too restrictive Bui it
also was opposed by business
groups as not strict enough.
he C ;na! Zone are beina oran
lzed into a fund-raising staff
which will reduce overall adminis administrative
trative administrative and capaign expenses to
the lowest possible minimum.
Houx Has Lowest
Bid on Ccble Wall
Alan M. Houx made a low low-bid
bid low-bid of $3,152.40 on a Panama
Canal project which .specific .specific-repairs
repairs .specific-repairs to the fable wall of the
pier 8 shed in Cristobal. Bids
were opened Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Balboa Heights.
Other contrac'o'-, making of offers
fers offers on the work were Wright
Brothers, of Colon and the Dil Dillon
lon Dillon Construction Company, of
The work will consist of the
removal of a section of the
concrete wall in the gable end
of the pier shed; the straight straightening
ening straightening of the existing steel
freming and installation of new
steel frames: and the closing
of the gable end of the build build-inrr
inrr build-inrr with corrugated aluminum
The work .should be com completed
pleted completed within approximately
POLICE NAB "BREATHER"
DETRQIT (UPl)-PoIice rushed
i to the home of
when a telephone operator report reported
ed reported she heard heavy, painful-
MHiiuniiK Dreaming coming ovr
the line. When they got there
Who Backs Labor Reform
Liquid Thrown At Him
Thompson, himself, shrugged
off the acid incident as the w-.rk
of a crank." He doubled that it
had any connection with his work
on labor legislation and said he
believed "too much has been
made of this."
His office raised Ihe possibility
il inigl t have stemmed from a
Thompson said that he had re received
ceived received several threatening tele telephone
phone telephone calls in receni weeks. But
he dismissed 'hem as coming
from cranks and said he did not
believe the acid attack was "even
remotely" connected with the
"Only one drop or so hit me."
he said, leaving-"'one tiny littje
speack" of a burn f his le'f utrk,
near the shoulder.
He said it could have happened
The incident occurred as
Thompson was driving to the
caoitol. A small truck pulled
aside him at a traffic light and
sr truck passeneer leaned out of
the window and squirted Thflmp Thflmp-son
son Thflmp-son wilh fluid from a syringe.
Thompson threu his arm up to
nrotert Lis face. 'He noted later
that the fluid had burned a hole in
To Set Up New Horrie-ln-Exil
LISBON, Aug. SO (LTD Former Cuban dictator Fulkenoi 1
Batista arrived here today by chartered plane from the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic for a new home-ln-exile. He was promptly whisk whisked
ed whisked a way by police.
He ipft Ciudad Trujillo last night and his plane landed hra
at 2:48 p.m. After a trans-Atlantic flight that put an additional
3,000 mil.es between him and Cuban Premier Fidel Castro, who
overthrew his regime last Jan. 1.
No one was allowed within hailing distance of Batista's plan
when it landed at the far end ctf the airport. Newsmen, photog photographers
raphers photographers and television men were held off by police.
.Batista was escorted into a
waiting limousine which moved
off a i once with four other cars
in procession. He was believe
headed for Ihe new Hotel Ritz.
Before he left Ciudad Trujillo
informed sources said Batista
planned to go on to the Madeca
Islands, where he will live as a
political exile with the permission
of the Portuguese government.
Batista took off in a chartered
plane with 16 other Cubans, in including
cluding including two women.
They all fled to the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Reoublic from Havana Jan.
1 on step ahead of the victor victor-ous
ous victor-ous revolutronary forces which
engulfed Cuba under Castro.
Low Bids Totaling
On Paint Contracts
Low bids totaling $34,745 were
received from three local paint
contractors on maintenance paint painting
ing painting of a large number of Canal
Zone buildings included in the Pa Panama
nama Panama Cinai lirsl quarter paint
work. Bids on the project were
opened Wednesday aiternoon at
The worK was divided into six
schedules with Pacific Contractors
making low bids on three; Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Paint on two and Anthony
n'ggiere on one Bids also were
offered bv Guardia and Company
and Servicio brouwer. Similar reports also have been!
The Pacific Contractors made received from the border towns of
low offers totaling $17,040 on three Almora and Gariiwal in Uttar l
schedules convering paint work on Pradesh state, the home of Primt.
both sides of the lsthmhs. The Minister Jawaharlai Xehru. ...
building included in this part of! However Nehru said today fn
the project were the tool room, rig-1 Parliament V'-etv was no truth-to
ger shop ana storehouse in the Bal-.r p r t i Red Chinese troop
boa Industrial Area: li e 'b ;iro-i crdfc'; jhe .rvje,- ih Uttar Pra Pra-electric
electric Pra-electric Station Powerhouse at esh and occupied several areata
Madden Dam; an Electi'i. Di Recent u.ati. issued by t h
vision office ih Balboa; the Mt.ippipsg government show t h ev
Hope Ice Cream Plant -n.. Dry : it ritorv- :0 t,e C.imese and fe, fe,-Storage
Storage fe,-Storage Warehouse: the Margarita; PWts from the area said natives
Relai! Store anr Scrv:i- ( en 'f
the Mt. Hope Stadium; the sm-
! nvii!" pool chi! r '.' ni and bath.-;
I house at Coco Solo.
u, i i; .',, :. interior
painting o' nine houses located in(
the pain.ing of the Ml. Hope Print-
: ; : -'r'c
cSiCnn Pr,,i,flrtmiicp ot Hatun wprp I
,.. by the 'Ir.ipical .Paint Com-! WASHINGTON (UPI) 'The.
pany. j Board of Immigration appeals
irve n' or. the interior yesterday scheduled oral argu-
painting of 18 hi, uses located in ments tomorrow onan appeal by
former Venezuelan dictator Mar Mar-The
The Mar-The contractors will be given eos Perez Jimenez that he be al-
fi i.) to 90 day lo complete me
To Send Radio
Imoulse to Venus
"MANCHESTER, England (UPI)
Scientists at Jodrell Bank hope to
send a radio impulse 50 million
miles across space to Venus next
month, it was announced today.
They plan to use radar to fol follow
low follow the planet through part of its
Next month Venus will be closer
to Earth than it will be again
until January 3961.
Prof. ,A. C. B. Lovell and his
team hope to learn more accur accurately:
ately: accurately: How far Venus is from earth.
How long it takes to spin on its
Something about its cloud cloud-shrouded
shrouded cloud-shrouded atmosphere.
his shirt and left red marks on
his arm. There also were marks
on the side of his car.
Police Capt. Carl D. Schamp,
assigned to the capitol, took
scrapings of the residue on the
car for testing. The FBI said that
at the request of local police it
was running a laboratory check
of Thompson's shirt.
Rep. Clare Hoffman tR-Mich.),
who frequently delivers attacks on
labor hoodlums. asked Chelf why
he was getting excited just be because
cause because a member of congress had
Chelf retorted that his bill
would irhpose the penalties on
"whoever forfibly assaults a
member-of Congress, a member member-elect
elect member-elect of Congress or any other
person in any manner whatso whatsoever.
ever. whatsoever. Including use of 'any acid
or chemical or opposes impedes,
intimidates or interferes with
such person." v
Thompson later talked the mat matter
ter matter over with police.
A spokesman for, his office said
one of the npssibilities mentioned
was that Thompson might have
cut In front f -the truck and an antagonized
tagonized antagonized the driver earlier in a
minor traffic mixup.
sfory on page 8
(Batista's wife and six children J
were reported still at their komt
in Daytona Beach, Fla. It was not J
known whether they would follow
him to Portugal.) .
No reason Was given for the
sudden departure and it was kapt t
secret until after the plane wai.'
off the ground. I
Batista had been trying to et
into the United States and there
had been various reports that T
would take up residence in Eii-
On Border State
In Northern India
NEW DELHI (UPI) The J
Chinese Communists have begun 1
encroaching upon the northern -I
Indian state of Ladhak which!
borders Tibet and Communist'
China, reports from the area stud f
Ladhak, a Himalayan mountain S
area which contains such famous'
peaks as K-2 is sometimes called.
The reports said the encroach.'
ments have been increasing, in
frequency and volume and that'
Indians, oarticiilarly traders, Jtfet
being subjected to various kinds-!
of harassment and restrictions by ,'
the Communists. i
i ieared '! -. ("i'n'sp clan to iwennv
; part of the territory.
MS Aopeals Board
To Consider Bid
Bv Perez Jimenez
lowed to remain in the United
The immigration and naturalize.
tion service last May ordered the
exiled dictator's deportation
Prez Jimenez, now living in
plush Miami Beach,' F.a., home
has appealed the order.
Board officials said they expeet
Perez Jimenez' attorneys, David
Walters of Miami and Edward J.
Anderson of New York, to appear
at the public hearing at 2 p.m.
Perez Jimenez is not : expectad,
lo appear. Officials saidlie is now
in New York City but is expected
to return to Miami Beach Satur Satur-day.
day. Satur-day. TODAv CENTRAL
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