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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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BRluAL KISS Steven Rockefeller, heir te one of the largest fortunes In the United States, kisses
his bride, th former Mine Marie Rasmussen, outside the small church in Sogne, Norway, where
they were married tl afternoon. Members of the bridal party, including the bri.l groom's fath father,
er, father, New York Gov. Nexson Rockefeller at right, look on, (UPl Radiofoto)

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aims Bride

SOGNE, Norway, Aug. 22 (UPI) Stev en Rockefeller, heir to one of America's great
fortunes, and Artne Marie Rasmussen, a Norwegian beauty who .once worked as a maid
In his family's New Vork home, were married today. The ceremony took place in a white
wooden country church under rainy skies, which local tradition says means good luck
for the newly weds.
It started raining an hour and a half before the ceremony started at 4 p.m. The
rain halted just as the bride and her father drove up in front of the church and the sun
shone through, the clouds. But a drizzle started again about 15 minutes after the wedding
began. It was still sprinkling lightly as Steven and Anne Marie were pronounced man
and wife.

P' ':: -ill
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Ssses

Hereon

Lightning Hits
Navy Buildirig

At Coco

Bids re nov

i By the time the 23-year-old Stev Steven
en Steven slipped a plain platinum wed wedding
ding wedding band on Anne Marie's finger
and made her his wife in a sol solemn
emn solemn Lutheran ceremony, the
crowd ,-Mtside was thoroughly
soataed.-

AmW '.Marie was paie ana smn smn-tn
tn smn-tn 1 whan iha arrived it the
church. She entered at the set
hour and the wedding began pre-

1 citly H time.
! As ;Kft!'eiitered, eager photogra photographer
pher photographer staged a small battle with
Ipoliceman Aif Pettersen, a war wartime
time wartime Norwegian commando.

When the bride entered me
i church on the arm of her father,
1 the crowd cheered and shouted
"Ale Mia" (Hello, Mia).
And when she came out with
her husband after the ceremonf,
the crowd cheered wildly.
Steven, the six-foot former
Princeton honor student, arrived
at the church with the other wed wedding
ding wedding guests well before the 4 p.m.
arrival of the bride.
In accordance with tradition he
was accompanied by his mother
who wore a printed cotton pique
street length dress in mauve ami
white with a large mauve colored
ha,Then came Governor Bockef oi oiler
ler oiler and his other children, Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, 27, and his wife, Barbara,
Nee Olsen who has relatives in
this area; Mrs. Anne Rockefeller
Piorsnn nf Evanston 111., and the

M.venr-nld twins. Michael and

Mary Rockefeller.
At Anne Marie entered to or organ
gan organ music (the wedding match
' from Lohengrin) on the arm of
' her father, Kristian Rasmussen,
' a retired grocer and part-time
lobster exporter, the congrega-

' tion stood.
Bhe wore a floor length gown of
'White brocade satin woven into a
email flowered patern with a Rhort
veil attached to a headband on her
honeyblonde hair.
The gown had a round neck, long
fitted sleeves and an open pleated
skirt.
She carried a pompadour bag of
matching material and a bouquet
of white carnations and yellow
roses.
The wedding, dress was made
by an old seamstress, a neigh neighbor
bor neighbor of the Rasmussens five miles
down a country road from the
church.
From within the altar ringthe
Rev. Gautestad summoned Anne
Marie and her maid of honor and

Steven and his best man to stand
before him.
Steven's best man was Jerry
Rigg of Omaha, Neb a crewcut
redhead, a theological student at
Oxford and former P r i nceton
roommate of Steven's.

There is no "obey" in the Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian Lutheran service nor is
there a wedding ring. Steven
had given Anne Marie a dia diamond
mond diamond engagement ring and Pas Pastor
tor Pastor Gautestad arranged for him
to give her a platinum wedding
ring during the ceremony.
After a hymn, "Love lrom God,"

sung by the congregation, the min minister
ister minister opened the service with a
sermon which took note that "mil-

ions of young people all over the
vnrld -ire with you who st?nd be

fore the altar at Sogne Parish
church."

"It is a fact." he said, "that

your mutual love has been blessed

with a spontaneous enttiusiasm

from all over the world because it

gives expression to all that thought
which impresses everybody First
and foremost, your example shows

that, real love breaks down all tne

social and conventional harpers

among us.

"And in our time, when the
majority seems to be pleasure pleasure-seeking
seeking pleasure-seeking and most youths have
film stars of doubtful moral
qualities as their ideas, the world
press has paid tribute to an or

dinary girl, a girl who has taken
pride in being industrious, relia reliable
ble reliable and faithful."
Then, speaking in Norwegian to

Anne Marie, and in English to

aieven, ne said:

"I ask you, Steven Rockefeller,
before the countenance nf r.nrl anri

in the presence of this congrega congregation,
tion, congregation, will you take Anne Marie

Rasmussen, standing at your side,
as y6ur) wedded wife?"
"Yes," Steven replied.
Will you live with her after
God's Holy ordinance, love and
honor her and cleave to her in
good times and "in bad times until
death do you part?"
"Yes."
Anne Marie answered "Ja" to
similar questions.
Rigg handed the ring to Steven
who placed it on the third finger
of Anne Marie's left and.
"Now give each other your
hand," the pastor went on, plac placing
ing placing his hand ever their olned
hands.

"You have promised each other

that you will live together in ma matrimony,
trimony, matrimony, and have confessed it
before God and man and given

your hand on it, and I now pro

claim that you are man and wife

in the name of the Father, the

Son and the Holy Ghost. Amen."

The pastor placed his hands on

the heads of the newlyweds be

fore him, then read scriptural

passages ending with the Lorn s

Prayer.

A 100-foot-long abapdoned build building
ing building collapsed at Coco Solo list
night after one end of the cof cof-rogated
rogated cof-rogated metal structure was gtntci
by lightning. );
According to police repoWi,
lightning apparently struck Hie
building a few minutes before mid midnight.
night. midnight. The 100-foot south wall, bar.
dering on Randolph Road, collap collapsed
sed collapsed outward but only, a few bits -of
debris fell beyond the fence. -4
The building, which measures J00
feet long. 50 left wide and 50 $A
high, is built of corrogated u
panels over a steel framework-resides
the soutjS wall, the roof .col .collapsed,
lapsed, .collapsed, j
An immediate check with autho authorities
rities authorities by Canal Zone police: re revealed
vealed revealed all electrical cricuiti lead leading
ing leading from the building have been
shut down tor some time.
Police have barricaded a .serv .service
ice .service road leading to the building
pending action hy Navy authori authorities.
ties. authorities. PC Co Asks Bids
For Improvements

In Homes, Offices

Koinff lolir.ited bv

aMff thv. Isthmus.

Th. timrt includes the exterior

and interior painting of a number
of Canal Zone quarters; installa installation
tion installation of floor in several sections of
the Administration Building at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights; and repairs to the
wharf at Gatun.
The paint work takes m the
painting of houses in Ancon, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Los Rios, Gamboa, Pedro
Miguel.i Rainbow City, Mindi,
Camp Bierd and Mt. Hope. The
bids are to be opened September
9 at Balboa Heights.
Tile work consists of the installa installation
tion installation of vinyl tile flooring in severa.1
sections of the basement and the

third floor of the Balboa Heignts
Administration Buildings. Bids are
to be opened August 24.
Repairs to the wharf at Gafun
will consist of replacing the exist existing
ing existing wood decking and curbs of tne
wharf with new pres.sure-treatod

timber. Bids are to. be openea
September 2.

Military Construction

In Caribbean Area

Approved By Senate
WASHINGTON. Aug. 22 (UPD-

The Senate" yesterday approved a

bill providing 7,075,O00 lor var various
ious various Army, Navy and Air Force!
construction project in the Carib-j

bean area.
Apropriations included $4,297, $4,297,-noo
noo $4,297,-noo to be spent in Puerto Rico.

$1,286,000 in the Panama canal

Zone, $760,000 in CuDa. jm.uihi
in Antigua, and $295,000 in Ber Bermuda.
muda. Bermuda. The figures were the lam as
those approved by the House earl earlier
ier earlier this month except for Puerto
Rico, where the Senate apprnv.nl
$150,000 more than had been ap approved
proved approved by the House.
Today's Senate approval did not
complete congressional action on
the construction bill. It still mus:
lie considered bya'Housp Senair
conference committee to iron out

differences in th two versions of

the bill.

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w-Oftthe U.S. Nav submaMTie Cii-piies "moored at Rodman
Nava-l-iixaiion, where it docked ye&teaday fr a two-day stay be before
fore before transiting the Panami Canal. Bounif for Norfolk, Va. the
sleek undersea craft is swapping over from the Pacific Fleet to
live awhile with its gtlled friends in Atlantic waters. It is sched
uled to leave Monday morning.

Junior College Enrollment Open
To Students Over Normal JC Age

Big Developments

Expected After

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MUNb KONG, Agu. 22 (UPI)-Commumst China'i
top leaders have emeraed from two months of sderrt rin.

ferences. Important announcements concerning,. hTnays

ecgnomic policies are expected to tollow.
Head of State Liu Shao-chi, Premier Chou En-lai and
three other prominent Communists showed up at a din din-ner
ner din-ner yesterday in Peiping for visiting North Vietnamese
President Ho Chi Minh.
It was the first time since June 25 that any of the top
brass (except for foreign minister Chen Yi) had been
reported in the official Communist press as having stepped
into public view.

Mao Tse-tung was not at the
dinner, but it was assumed that
he is taking a vacation at his
summer retreat -at Lushan in
Kiangsi province, prior to the
enomous celebrations due on
Oct. 1, the 10th anniversary of
the Peiping regime's coming to
power.
There seems little doubt that
the Communist Party's Polit Politburo,
buro, Politburo, the most, powerful group
important, .meetliis flut fluting
ing fluting the past two months.
The top leaders were absent
from sevfcjal normally import important
ant important functions last month a
good indication thjy were out
of town.
The chief topic likely was
the economic plight of China,

Individuals eligible to enroll in
the Canal ZonP Junior Collcce who
are beyond the normal junior col
lege age may enroll as pir ''nir

day students, taking whatever

courses they riesire, Dcm flower
C. Hackett announced. They may
also, enroll as fulltime students
Students who are within the
normal junim college ase rane
may also enroll as parttime day
studen's, although the great ma

jority of such students enroll on
a fulltime basis.
Generally, anywhere from
about 15 te 30 students beye-iH
the normal college age have
been enr!W, some on a full full-time
time full-time bait, but mostly at part part-time
time part-time ttudents. Most ef t''m
have been in their 20' and 30's
but their ages have ranged up upward
ward upward to 74. Many of them have
been tortie who were enrolled
in various, ether course aueh
at languages, mathemalics,

science, English, and hlitery.
Most of the parllime students
are, of course, not interesed in at attempting
tempting attempting to complete ;he require
ments for graduation. They are
interested in particular courts
for definite reasons, generally of
a cultural, avocntionai, rr vn-a-tional
nature. But some do go on
o graduate,
Thus, in most If the recent
CZJC graduating classes there
have been students who were in
heir late 20''. unit 39's who
completed most of the require require-mervls
mervls require-mervls as par'tii.ie, Extension
Division, or Summer Se t s i o n

have

Peiping Radio
Charges US Plane
With Tresspass

siui'ents. Some grd'ifs

even been in their 40's.
One student was graduated

only a short lime before she wasj LONDON, Aug. 22 (UPI) Peip Peip-retired
retired Peip-retired from the Canal service at j ing Radio charged today that an
the age of 62. Two years later American Navy patrol plane vio vio-she
she vio-she was sradualccl from l,ouisia- j Ulcu Chinese Communist Air
na State University, and she later space this morning,
inok pi-'duale work in the Umver-j The broadcast said thP alleged
sity of North Carolina. violation took place over Yunghs-

ing island in the Hsisha group.

students i They are part of the South Chinese

province jf Kwa.ngtung.

Some parttime day

also enroll ui Extension Division

evening cuiirscs. Such courses
will begin on October 1, with the
rc c ntinos heina taken on Sen Sen-tember
tember Sen-tember 22. A schedule of the
courses '(, be offered wil1 be pub-1
lished early in the month.

A Chinese foreign ministry
spo' e.sinan was said o have
made the alleged incident the ba ba-s
s ba-s s for the "S.xty-second warning
regarding provocation by U. S.
miliiary aircraft.

Investment' Pays Off For Students

Two vacationing college slu
dents, back in the Canal Zone for
the summer, are making a 40
hour work week investment in
their future and it is already yield yielding
ing yielding big returns.
They are Miss Margaret Acker
and Joseph Gallqway, both of Bal Bal-noa,
noa, Bal-noa, who are working full time on
a voluntarily basis during the
month nf August at the Corozal
Hospital recreation center.
The jobs they have at the hos hos-oital
oital hos-oital were taken as part of an ef ef-rnrt
rnrt ef-rnrt to gain practical experience
in the fields they hope to enter and
make heir career after their gra graduation
duation graduation from college.
Young Galloway is a junior at
the Citadel in Charleston, S C.
where he is majoring in psycholo psychology.
gy. psychology. Miss Acker is a senior at
Northern Michigan College and
expects to leach handicapped chil children
dren children after her graduation.

made worse this year by
devastating floods and
droughts.
Already production targets
have been readjusted and
lower level officials criticized
for mismanagement.
The Politburo Is believed to
have been drafting a more de detailed
tailed detailed plan for running tht
people's comrrfuae whicfoi t
date, have ifcljtea jshorb ot th
Successes Mfse-tung .r
One thing ems certain the
Communes will not be scrapped.
The New China News Agency
Agency already has tipped the
Politburo's hand on that score
by publishing last week a sum summation
mation summation of the status of Com
munes today. Ths announced;
conclusion: the Commur.e-3 art
doing a good job.
However forced this claim
'may be, it lends, evidence to a
fairly certain conclusion that
Mao is determined to cram.
Communes down China's
throat, come what may. Ay
suggestion that he has been
overruled by his lieutenants
looks weak at this stage.
By Oct. 1, however, a better
idea of what PeipuiR has in th
wind may reach the outside
world.
One thing seems certain
the Communists will have tc
say something, and soon.

Disbelieving Congressmen Sweat Out Show Of Pseudo-Redskin Rainmakers

By FRANK ELEAZER
WASHINGTON, Aug. UPD
The Senators and their help helpers
ers helpers can't say they weren't
warned. Sen. Gale McGee D D-Wyo.)
Wyo.) D-Wyo.) got up op the floor and
toid 'em right out, "bring your
umbrellas tomorrow."
He' said the Ki-Ann Indian
dancers had been performing
their rain dance, with live
snakes, every-couple of months
for years and they prac practically
tically practically never failed. They do
tlielr work so well, lie said,
that they often drown out. their
dhow.
Well, it's too bad the way
senators get cynical about mat matters
ters matters like this. Ot maybe they
figured the Weather Bureau

knows more about .what the
weather will do than a bunch
of high school boys from
Cheyenne. Wyo,
Sen. Mike Mansfield (D (D-Mont.)
Mont.) (D-Mont.) showed up on the Se Senate's
nate's Senate's front steps unprepared
and unconcerned. So did Sen.
Alexander Wiley (R-Wls.).
Sen. Theodore Francis Green
(D-R.L), who Is 91 and pre presumably
sumably presumably a little more fore fore-sighted
sighted fore-sighted than the younRer mem members,
bers, members, ame equipped with
neither ralncoa:, hat nor um umbrella,
brella, umbrella, but stuck to the shelter
of the marble front porch Just
to be on the safe side.
Even McGee proved to be a
man of small faith, although
he did wear his drip-dry suit.
In fact, I was th only one In

the crowd who showed ud with
an umbrella. And before that
rain dance was over everybody
wag sure envious.
Man, the sun at high noon
in capltol plaza was enough to
bake your pralns.
The Kl-Anns aren't really
Indians, but when they got
through getting undressed and
painted in the senators' private

locker room you had to loqk

mighty close to tell.

This transformation takes1

time, I guess because at 12:20
p.m. the first feathered hend hend-dre$s
dre$s hend-dre$s had not shown Itself on
the horizon. Rumors spread
through paleface crowd that
somebody had headed 'em off
at the traffic light.
MCGee'i administrative as

sistant, Joe Davis, suggested the
kids probably were delayed
waiting for one of the auto automatic
matic automatic elevators in the new Se Senate
nate Senate Office Building. These are
supposed to think for themsel themselves
ves themselves but the senators say they
mostly Just daydream.
A cheer went up as the braves
finally streamed single file out
of what's left of the Woods on
the Capitol Mall. They picked,

their stealthy way between the
?s piles of rubble from Die de

molished east rront. and the big
red gash left by the new Se Senate
nate Senate subwav.

McGee. squlntiwr optimlst-

Ucally at a cloud no bigger than

a mant hand, stepped Deiore
the three painted tepees and
announced that we could blame

Both students are taking an ac ac-iive
iive ac-iive paruu tne .Hospital recreations
program with Joe tutoring and

i.eacning sports to several teen age
boys and younger men and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret conduct. ng classes in arts
and crafts, dancing and music.
Both students, along with the
student assistant at the hospital,
often come in contact with the
staff and are allowed to accompa
ny them on the hospital rounds.
The two student volunteers agree
that the experience they aif gei gei-ting
ting gei-ting at Corozal will bp invaluable

to their future work and that they

have already gained a great deal

lrom their efforts.
Mr?. Lea Lane. recreational
therapist at the hospital also is en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic over the work done by
the volunteers and hopes that
others interested in this 'work will
offer J.heir services to the United
Fund-supported recreation program.

the delay on the bull snakes.

All put one of them died en

route with the boys by bus. Too

hot and dry, apparently, stand stand-ins
ins stand-ins had to be borrowed from

the Washington zoo.

With this preface out of the

way, the boys popped the
snakes into their mouths and
put on an Indian rain dance
so genuine and authentic it is
said they have been sought out
by the ilopls to tench it.
By the time they were done

that one little cloud, no bigger
than a man's hand, luid clean
disappeared, and us the crowd

scurried to get out of the sun

the announcer said It would

rain In 24 hours.

I listened closely though and

I don't believe he said where

Governor Returns
After Testifying

At Pilots Hearing
Gov. William E. Potter return returned
ed returned to th ('anil Z'jne ves.tr.'l'.j
after a four-day trip to Washington

on oflivii.. Lus-ncss.

In Washington the governor at attended
tended attended on the short-range from to

increase the Canal capacity and

the possible acceleration of this
program. 1IP was also called on 'o
teMif, before thr l'auam;. Canal
subcommittee of the House Mer Mer-('
(' Mer-(' 'ill' Marine and KisJieries Com

mittee on the pilot situation. The

hearings, at which tho governor
and representative of the pilots ap appeared,
peared, appeared, wore closed.
During the governor's absenre,
Lt. Gov. John D. McElheny was
acting governor.

Bids On Two Canal
Projects To Be
Opened August 28
At least 100 representativess of
manufacturing and supply firm!
from Panama, the United States,
and Europe are expected to attend
the opening of bides on two Pant
ma Canal Improvement projeci
costing several million dollars

scheduled for Aug. 28 at Balbo
Heights.
The bids will be o'pened by Lt
Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr., En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction diree diree-tor.
tor. diree-tor. at 1 p.m. in the cafeteria locat located
ed located in the basement of the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights.
The two projects on which bids
are to be opened are for the re re-proposed
proposed re-proposed lighting systems for the
Looks towing locomotives and the
placement of the Panama Canal
Panama Canal locks and along
Gaillard Cut.
Pre bidding conferences were
held on both projects recently, af after
ter after which the bid opening date!
were both advanced to Aug. 28.
At the conference on the new
loromotives. Brown told manufact

uring industries representatives
that the machines hid been
specially designed with the view
of getting locomotives to fit"
sperial requirements. It is pos possible,
sible, possible, he said, that the bid offering

the lowest umi price might not
be accepted because of the va various
rious various factors involved,
In explaining the lighting pro project,
ject, project, Brown said that the purpos'
of the work Is to provide ade
quale, safe, modern lighting tot
the Panama Canal Locks; o per

mit uninterrupted 24-hour Oiora
tion; and to provide modern f
and useful lighting throughout Gatf
lard Cut. yv
The lighting is part of the pro.,
gram to increase the capacity t
the PanamaCanal .V, 'f

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Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL

NAVY DISCIPLINE'

Sir.

read

Disabled Sailor's" letter concerning, in Ins opinion

.;. m. in insure to a .Saw en isled man. rirsi, my quaauica-

Uobs lor answering the letter are as tollows: Ov?r 20 yours coo coo-tinuiwis
tinuiwis coo-tinuiwis active naval service; no record ot Captain's Mast; never a
rnupi. martial: served at sea (deep walL'l'J on all types of Navy

'men-o'-war" (ships to "Disgusted bailor";.
Just wiiat qualifications does Disgusted Sailor" have that give
him the right to question the actions ot theOfficerj in.Chargs at the
' Harhor Deicnse Ini', Balboa, in doing out-jastice'jn accordance With
the Lnhorm Code of Military Justice Whaf is -Disgusted Sailor's"
Navy legal background, to suggest that an injustice has been done
the man oi whom he writes?
Disgusted Sailor" has the audacity to sit down and write the
Mail Box concerning something that is not an issue to be bandied
. .1 1.- -..11.. Aninlnn In Vl I C nninl

aDoui in me papers, juai in uiuei iu muy yu-jnv ... .... i
'of view. In mV view, he was mightv careless of the truth. Let me
dissect l,;s Mail Kox letter a paragraph at a time, just to see wh:-re
"this alleged injustice has been done.
In his first paragraph he stales the enlisted man whose side he
takes has done much lor his unit m making things look neat and
pleasant, and has won great praise and respect from his previous
'Commanding officers, and all other officers and men he has served
wilh That's fine, but neither '-Disgusted Sailor" .nor the individual
.fie" defends are serving with these bygone officers and men now. The
" past will take care of itself
As for the Dresent. I doubt the rating "Disgusted Sailor" accords

DAILY
MEDITATION

NATO, Kenya They've been
fig.iting here with bows and ar arrows
rows arrows and spears. Now all Is quiet.
Around me are the Masai tribes tribes-nun
nun tribes-nun I e been sharing their flies
by the hundreds. I've been at
their round huts made of hard hardened
ened hardened tow dung, which tuey also
use as a poultice for wounds. I've
handled their iron spears.
I've tried to tell them about
America. They never heard of it.
Tne old men, carrying tne fly
chasefs as a sign of influence,
won't believe there is such a
place.
They asked about my eyes I
told them. They rattled their
spears. They called me a warrior.
They said proudly they are war warriors,
riors, warriors, too, and the men in their
manyatta (family grouni led all
the rest with 16 lion kil.s. How
many have I killed? 1 retreated
from that one my fa;e as red as
tie ocher dye made their hair
and their skin.
i
At high noon it was 130 degrees in
the sun. There were no mad dogs
about, but back in Nairobi there
were angry Englishmen and hit hitter
ter hitter Kenyans. They believe that
the U.S. in general and American

Jack in the Box

Wk J'

lllU-UU-liUUIiLf

r 1 1IICI
L.Wi-l N-X':i

trORKW PKARSON

WASHINGTON TlieitPo.rUtiill compijiJes to continue pro proof
of proof congressman Cart VAna9nrnijJctipn.rr

the cotton and peanut" larmer

of MillidgeviUe. GtU"tlei
sternly on the hearings in .r the
fiouse Armed Services Committee
which he has dominated for a
quar.er of a century.
Though the artist had strug struggled
gled struggled to portray h'm in his most
pleasant pose, Vinson almost
femet :o oowi s he looked
down on the cross-examination
ret'reH Ai"-- and N'aw of officers
ficers officers and defense contractors
charted with being part of the
munitions lobby. V
The hear'n-r room over which
Vinson's portrait silently '-presided
was steeped in the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of America's military
m'?ht. At one side s'ood a wal walnut
nut walnut screen carved from the
c. ri,rr.i ,nd oor si1"' of th
USS Illinois. On the rear wall
' ? 't? f rr'"' Gr"-t
White Fleet sent arounfl the
""'d by Teddy Roosevelt in
1908.
Ti tbp roorn a''1' ArtH the

.:As result both companies

xre continuing to make the two
spmewnat duplicrLng missiles.
. 'In other words, thanks to
their lobbying campaign and tie
big defense contractors and tht
Pentagon, the American taxoaver

U continuing to pay for two du-
nnra:lri0 mii1

BLUEPRINTS TO JAPAN
Just how closely th's part partnership.'
nership.' partnership.' operates was illustrated
by another Incident involving
Douglas Aircrati wnen i deve developed
loped developed the DC-4 before Pearl
pHrbor w th funas largely sup supplied
plied supplied by the Air Corps; then
rned around and sold the
blueprints to the Japanese for
M 20.
When this column reported
this tact in 1939, Donald Dou
Rlas, Sr., issued a ringing denial.
Never under any circumstances,
he jaid, would he sell blueprinti

io .lapan.

in v,. ..... i

windlass of the Ba 1 1 1 e s h I p ne7e documents Turnip

lied.

. frMS ?)

NEA Serrice, Inc.

. this character's populantv. His connuct io mose neneam mm .s '"" labor leaders in particular are un-

thing to win any popularity contest nn. as io n s h ...K me ... fairlv interfering in their affairs
;best in his field of work, that s "Disgusted Sailors own opinion, an) (hpjr Thpy had gug
and no one is obliged to shaie it nested this drive out towards the
' .I'd rather omit analysis of the second and third paiagi aphs of Nf,on(g Magadi Uke ,nd

'L'lsgusten sauors leuei. ds i uum ..i .. 1tlls area aij wlthin 60 to 80 miles

riot for public airing.
Paragraph 5, however, is a peachy one. In the first place, since
when does the American Legion provide a hobby shop for working
on cars'1 Is that why so many (".Is and others show up there after
work0 As for "Diseu'sted Sailor's" relerenee to a sandwich and soup,

! that's reallv something. According to Disgusted Sailor," the char- :
. acter under discussion is at Tier Hi checking boats, gels hungry, and'
stops at the Legion.
If hp was all that hungry, why did he pass the Balboa ( lubhouse.
the YMCA, the Navy Kxchanv.e ;uid above all the mess hall at 15th
Naval District? It is my suspicion he war. sucking on the sort of soup
that would have given the Ollitvr of the Day every right to recom recommend
mend recommend a change of diet to bread and water, in the brig.
In his paragraphs 6, 7 and 8 "Disgusted Sailor" argues that be-,
! ciiise the Armv lets it men go into the NCO. Clubs, nd, the Legion
! in fatigues, the Navy should do the same thing. If "Disgusted Sailor"
' likes th? Army so well, why doesn't he get out and join it? He writes
Of having seen Naval officers in the Legion Club with dungaree-clad
sailors after a softball game at Russell Field. Just how bright can
"Disgusted S'aiJor" be, not to be able to distinguished between play playing
ing playing sol, hall after 4 pm and to be sitting in the vicinity of a bar dur-
ing working hours? He sure isn't s bright as the man he is trying
to defend, who realized he had b?en caught red handed, and.plead-
IjRiLiUiiMy accordingly.
But thiS man was not bright enough to see the handwriting on
."trig wall, for -nrfless than a nwnth there he was batk 'irt the 'ssrms
tplatse, in the sume Clothes, doing the same thing, orUy this time at
' 10 am. Again he" was checking boats at Pier lti, and again he got
sudctnlv look hungry. Horsefeathers.
Paragraph 9 and 10: "Disgusted Sailor" notes that this second
incident occurred at 10 am, ana that by 1 pm the individual had been
busted, restricted to the conlines of the Harbor Defense Unit for two
weeks, had his orders for school in Philly cancelled, and was not
permitted to take the test for E-6. The individual gels caught twice
in it month doing the sams thing, then tries to blame someone else
Ifor-his troubles. Once you can understand, but not a second time.
'Now let's take the remaining paragraph 11, 12 and 13. "Disgust "Disgusted
ed "Disgusted Sailor" says this "victim of injustice" appealed In scase right up
to the Admiral, but with no success. 1 ask, what officer in his right
mind would want to change the decision?
What, officer could be expected to believe that a man who has
been in the Navy 14 years doss not know by now that the Navy will
not condone a man going into a public place in dungaecs. Never
, has. and never will. Dungarees arc for -wjH-kand are not a liberty
' uniform.
If the "victim" did not know this I wduld'-'say he has not learned
much about unilorm regulations in 14 years. Both he and "Disgusted
Sailor" should try reading them sometime, plus current instructions
from Com 15 about uniforms. They will be surprised what they learn.
Instead of trying to pass the buck to other people, "Disgusted

from the metropolitan city of Nai

robi. They had suggested I s'.ay
with the tribal Africans for a
while.
The nearest were tht Masai
warriors who have rejected civi civilization's
lization's civilization's virtues just down the
road on this strange conlinent.
And the highest British and Ken Kenyan
yan Kenyan officials said I would dis discover
cover discover why they don't believe con concepts
cepts concepts of Western democracy can
fit onto this continen'.
I was startled to hear the AFL-

("IO leadership discussed by the'0C(;asl0n'

Kenyan eouivalent of th" Prr;i.! ' r

dent of the U.S. and by lesser min-j
isterial officers. They wanted to
know why the AFL CIO was
pouring tens of thousands of dol dollars
lars dollars into the Kenya labor move movement
ment movement made up totally of Afric Africans.
ans. Africans. Tiey asked that the British and
Kenyan "point of View be present presented
ed presented to America; since the other
jite was being pictured In our
press and on the airwaves back
home. The "settlers", some of
them go back 100 years asked
me to tell the American labor
chiefs to stop throwing money in into
to into the Kenya Federation of La Labor,
bor, Labor, led by Tom Mboya (of "Meet
the Press" fame), because that
organization is the backbone of

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

Harbor after

tOll"vl-J off
ican War.

1- J i r t t "-v uvvuillCIllO LUX 11 e n

its

the

explosion

Spanish-Amer-

n- in ,v baeksround

Vinson's portrait was nain'ed

INS Pi,,-'., Ha(ti.v,:n
Vinson had championed, but
wh:"h lone apn had been junkd
:n favor of airplanes and mis mis-ile.
ile. mis-ile. In the committee's witness

of those

j inic 'ATTfln rt nrr rvl m ant kmi

o iui ine

manufacturer

of Douglas Aircraft

PENTAGON PARTNERSHIP

DEPT. OF DOMESTIC BLISS
NEW V :.RK CONFIDENTIAL
(Noel Coward style): Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Fisher (nee Taylor-Hilton-Wilding-Todd)
and Mr. and
the present Mrs. Michael Wild Wilding
ing Wilding went out on London town.
The cabaref band played "It's
Been So Long" in honor of the

LADIES; GENTLEMEN A"N D

OTHERS: Mickey (The Louse)

DAMES MAKE NEWS: If
Rhonda Fleming doesn t stop I'll
stop, 'loday's item is script writ writer
er writer Sy Barlle.t. .Blonde 'Gyp 'Gypsy"
sy" 'Gypsy" eyeful Jo Towers telling
Sieve Cochrane's fortune at Joe
Marsh's Spindletop. .Biggest po political
litical political deals in town made at
tiaivey (The Fireman) Rosen's
El Borracho where Oems talk
to GOFWand vice. versa, ... .Fern
GimbeT and Cy Howard decided

it was a big mistake ..Tony Per-

Cohen's lecture tour will be kins and Jill Corey dashed from

launched in Chicago. Subject:

"Crime don't pay." Out of the
$22,500 damages received by Los
Angeles Police Capt. Hamilton
afk-r Mickey slandered him on
the Mike Wallace, show,Ham
sent his son Bob to studfA at the
Sorbonne in Paris. They' call it
"The Mickey Cohen Scholarship."
. .As soon as Christine Carere
completed her sexy role in "A
Private's Affair" she jetted back
to France from Ed Wynne's Har Har-wyn
wyn Har-wyn where husband Philippe Ni Ni-caud
caud Ni-caud is making a picture with
Bardot. (I don't blame her.). .

Though TV's Perry Mason (Ray-

the Afriean politic; movements : mond Burr) claims ha's too bioy
which want to drive out the! to think of marriage (like his fic-

wCiitcs.
I said I'd report the white set

tlers point ol view, as an ob- tor a
jective balance to the others. j 26-37.

They protested against the Afri Africans'
cans' Africans' cry for "undiluted demo democracy."
cracy." democracy." The British and Kenyan
government people decried the
Africans' "oneman, "one-vote"

slogan. The settlers said go out offered his old boss Billy Ward
of the big citiesanywhere: $250 a week to be his accompa-

within a hundred mile area and inist. .Radio's Klavan and Finch

know whal'll make a gal's eyes
twinkle: mink'll.

tional counterpart) the gal he'll
ask is singer Evelyn Russell. .
Police of Evanston, 111., looking

gal who measures in at 40 40-They've
They've 40-They've got a uniform that

size to fill, after a lady cop
quits. .When singer Jackie Wil Wilson
son Wilson was a member of tie Domi Dominoes
noes Dominoes he drew $125 a week. Now,

a top favorite of the r'n'r set he

to a guy with the loot.

there
Fred

hop' for a Jane
Karger reconcil?.

Wyman-

.Hope

Sailor" should leave his friend to take his medicine and keep his big

mouth shut ior a change. He got nimscir imo j,rput)ic, ann wnn no you're back in areas civilization

help. And n ne rioesn i quit goonng on during -worKing nours nes nas hardly touched

going to have more trouble.
Why doesn't "Disgusted Sailor" ask his friend where he w as 2 30
pm Aug. 17. Yep, same place again, third time in six weeks and just
three weeks after he had been busted for being there during work working
ing working hours.
i Deep Water Sailor.
. .-.
OUTBOARD TRANSOM
Sir: ... -'

1 sure nop tnr good gi.vcinoi awaraa wa naruiE puoi a nice fniirht a mn ir V,5tiU ho

bonus for steering the huge 22 ft. outboard mntorboat through these j Kipsigis. 1 went into lion coun'rv

treacherous Canal waters, i m sure u taws a steady hand tor sucn a u near Magandi. There the doctor smasheroo at the Latin Quarter
trrmi.nrlr.ne r.tnnntihi ill anrl m Ilirs ill Pjlljl 7.nn rotlHun c U'l .1 T. j . ... .. s III rl Sliei UO ai ine Laiin yuantr

. -- v. .u i a muoern nosDila readme n.t.... m:-u n..,..

reported that; of a French chanteuse: "'A black

1 think Gov. Totter should interview the 18-year-old second male

of this spectacular 22 footer, and if he finds the lad to be equal or'(.aws

k.m4..mr in thn r t a n f n.lrlc lira hi m nracir nn nf lh flnl rm . ii.b

uytnui iu .i.c m"" f v,i ": j m. c .n.iri 1 1 ... aun., 1 1 1 c governinrni people tout mo:u,, 1,1.

I then read reports of the fight fighting
ing fighting over cattle between the Kam Kam-ba
ba Kam-ba and the Mbere trfbes at Ka Ka-rangiri
rangiri Ka-rangiri Ferry in the Nyeri area area-just
just area-just 80 miles up. J drove to ano'her
site where the fltasai. East Afri Africa's
ca's Africa's toughest fighters, used
bows and arrows for 111" seeond

lime in trie past month. Thev

IF THIS IS WHAT YOU WANT
(it's what you get): Jack Lem Lem-mon
mon Lem-mon and Felicia Farr o( the Hol Hol-lywoods
lywoods Hol-lywoods can't make up their
minds: Friendship or marriage.
. .Anita Ekberg digs those dark dark-haired
haired dark-haired Lalians. Just skipped from
Walter Chiari to young Italian
screen actor Franco Silva. .
No to more Rhonda Fleming i i-tems?
tems? i-tems? (See above): The "Big
Circus" lovely is having a circus
with Walter Troutman of Hous

ton rancher Boyd Williams, de depending
pending depending on which publicity ex expert
pert expert you read. .Emil Coleman's
baton will again feature Caron's
plush "La Fete ds Roses" Bovs'
Club of N.Y. shindig at the Pla Plaza
za Plaza Oct. 15. ."Flower Drum's
Shawnee Smith and textile exec
Golden Fiddle. .Barbara Hunt,
Cur; Chambre hide-away at the

STRICTLY NOT PERSONAL former Latin Quarter lovely and
(Not confidential elthpri: 1, 1 ice-skate star, turns classical

Billy Reed's Little Club to Ards
ley's Water Wheel Inn on scoot

ers. (Happy kids.). . Patricia
Owens, the 20.h-Fox star," got the
bug and is rehearsing a comedy
singing act, a take-dff on a beau

ty cotftest winiwr.. Advleo toinoUpB that" Whitney Bolton Hil

young gals: Never give the boot! ton's biografer) is doing a ditto

LOVE ME NO MORTIMER:
Pr.nce Djordjadze, a Sylvia Ash Ashley
ley Ashley ex (which makes him sort
ol honorary s.ep-father to Doug Doug-Fairbanks
Fairbanks Doug-Fairbanks Jr.,) forgetting the
complications with Carol Conway,
top Hartford model, at Louise's
new celeb hangout in E. 58th St.
. .Roberta Sherwood held over
for tenth week at Vegas Dunes
and still thankful to our WW for
discovering her. .Is Archie
Moore also going into the bowl bowling
ing bowling alLy business? ..H a' was
Britain's Dave King of TV tp tp-olauding
olauding tp-olauding Anita Darien at Max
Loew's Viennese Lantern. (She
had guest-starred on his show.).
.i.JMow what. did I start? After

on Max Hess, Allentown merchant-producer
- author, Jerry
Wald called toay he's interest interested
ed interested in doing a picture from the
book. .Sandra Church complain complained
ed complained to the producers of "Gypsy"
about the guys who were peek peeking
ing peeking when she made her quick
strip changes in the wings. .
Doesn't a eal n"ed a lot of expe experience
rience experience to kiss like a beginner?

chantootsie when she heads the
new show at Eberrftrdt's House
of Vienna. .Come to think of it:

someone H-incr r n m 1 r- r Phil

Ford and Mimi Hines back to They're showing everything from
B'way. I love 'em. .Andrews cn,P ,0 nv?ts at th Russky exhi-
Sisters plan a pilot on a non-sing- n'f-
ing series called 'The Collec-

tors when they finish tl eir

PRO AND CONFIDENTIAL:
Washington won't oflrm it but
Jock Whitney's resignation as
Ambassador to Britain is on
Ike's desk. Wants to take an ac active
tive active part in the upcoming prexy
campaign as publisher of his pa paper,
per, paper, but Federal law forhids di diplomats
plomats diplomats to engage in politics at
home. .Deo, of Strange Play Playmates:
mates: Playmates: Senator Jack Kennedy
sneaking for Democrat Jack
Burns for Governor of Hawaii.
Burns also carries the enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic endorsemen- of Jimmy Hoffa
fsuDposed'v a d'rty wcrd lo the
freres Kennedy) and Horry
Bridges' Red controlled ILWU.

CONFESION T)F A CANDID
CUTIE: Gals who get sparkling
nresents usually have shady
pasts.

It has been charged that
""'' r.-rtpr.rwn between
the big rvle the Pentagon, and
man Eddie Hebert of Louisiana.
.hn T.-.--.VJ i,,..r,t out evi evidence
dence evidence conf'rminc this. ...
''" '! Jfrttv-Mie
relations nficers our adver adver-'is'r.r
'is'r.r adver-'is'r.r prnr""'rn ever" veer"
ohtIss enfessed without bat bat-"n
"n bat-"n eve.
"Tt' nar of our rmrtner'in
"'if- tho Armer? fore's. Our
t,abif is fo nbm!t t the rr,1'1
'orees inwIKWhat we- riro riro-vie
vie riro-vie in adyerlWmg and e 1

When von colder that nrar-

Meallv n hi? rjo'ense contracts

are now on a neffn'iateH ha sis

when vou eonsider tht DourO
rates seventh on the list ot hi"

eon-o0torc with two-thirrlc 0f
Hl'ion dollar wort- nf r1o'ern,!e
order h yesr alone. rhi:iis
an tnlerestin" concession.
It's eiciall intrstinq In
view f tr. rharoe mad ky
Col. John Nickerson, for which.

in part, n.t wa court-martial-pl:
"It ihnuM bo notl that
ho tWtr11 lr"gtrv arrl par particularly
ticularly particularly rho Doualas Aircraft
Comnanv oonlv 0Plyu th
vloomnt rf anv-mnsilo by a
pn-rnmr anev,
"H;h officials of the Douglas
Comrnv have stated." eonMnn eonMnn-d
d eonMnn-d Nickerson. "that Doimlas is
'he Dossibilities of cH;n" off
""e operation at Huntsvillc.
Al
Nkerson referred to the
of the .Timiter missile at ,Huns ,Huns-vilie.
vilie. ,Huns-vilie. wh'ch beat' privately-ma-

j, I'-isnucs in 1 a u n CO
I m" an Amer-'can satellite.

Doi'das. however, war not
r-uestioneri about the Nickerson
char"s, thou"h he was otiectinn otiectinn-ed
ed otiectinn-ed about the aHvertisin"-lobbv.
in" camnaign he sta"ed t0

rein continue 1 the NiVe-Hceples
tie. wh;ch the Air Fore i

wanted drooned in favor of its
Bomare. made by Doug'as's big
rival Boeine.
Both missiles are designed to

shoot down enemy planes with-1
in a rlitivelv shorf ranee- and i
sdvertisin campaigns and rn-

Iitical pressure were used by

Here is a letter written hv th

Taoe-ese Au," H. 139 iust af after
ter after Douglas finally decided that

0fi w n tne obtaining of n expert

incuse, uic news nao io De Cll-
creo'tv leaker1
"Major V. E. Bertrandias
"Dooclas A'rcraf Company
"Santa Monica, Calif.
-"Dear Mr. Ber't-and'-is:
"Looking over the Saturday e-
Hition of the New York Times,
I rnuld not hpln Vint writs

"lanes this 'etter

most excellent way of

Hisclosi"" the sale. Those in tno

know' will not object to the
transaction as they are limited

to those in hour trade, while

liymen nossibly don't know what
the ship is anyway when
mentioned singly by your de designation
signation designation in the paper. .
"Tt was an evcelient wav of
handling the difficult matter in
i ri'i','te situation, an I ",!h
to share the feeling of relief,

" v0.i p,.or Pa0- onP Hone
had similar luck with your
cal papers
Sincerely yours,
S. Akabane"

rU
lo-

Douglas could never Ji a v
derd sell the DC-4 blnerrrints
without authority from the Air
Cen.
Donald Douglas, Jr., was mar mar-red
red mar-red tt the dauehter of Gn.
Hap Arnold, chief of the Air
orns, an the usual retired of officer,
ficer, officer, in this case Bertrandias,
h--'leH (hp Janqnese deal.
That's how close the partner---'n.
bettve-n' Hfc "PeHt.'sW an

matter of
FACT

The Polish name for Poland,
"Polska," means "country of
the plains." Most of Poland, if

a broad lowland, sloping to the
.northwest. The Carpathian
and Sudetes Mountains, to the
Isouth, provide the chief eleva elevation.
tion. elevation. Northern Poland hai
many lakes and marshes and

mucn oi uic sou is aaiiujr vi
stony and is not a good- area'
for agriculture.
O Encyclopedia Britanntca

lower their flags to half mast while this boat is being carefully and; frorn hjs records

rlilirjAn! v clorrrr thrnnrh law nnpc c trnrmv ua nrv il. : j:.-.... .... mnuivu...

" " t.V !"e inasai arum in mow to ne ..(; .r. aa u -j.

treated for wounds from lion s Lniric Ar-tin--.

. ,i. ....... .ni tviiiiw' a i n in c u

nlayboy MacoCo who torched so

Pilots Association.

Then perhaps the youngster could wsed Oul the dissatisfied pilots
who don't make enough to buy groceries arid pay their rent on a
measly $14,ono a year, and replace them with 16-year-old lads from
the state of Mississippi
They say tnr Mississippi River is full of mirdcat and swordfish,
IO most of the voungstcrs of this fine state should qualify for a
pilot's license, with an additional cautionary briefing from Poller
about drinking on the job. After all, 16-year-old lads aren't allowed
to drink on the job any more.
Help.
I.ADILS ROOM
Sir:

Now that school is about to open and the spoils season will he
rolling raunr). again so lhat we will be going tn Mt. Hope Stadium, j
could something be done lo improve the conditions in the lades'
room there? Each year at the beginning of the sports season we find
the same, condition exists there. How about doors instead of tl torn ;
st jr,rtt, tfWtU tinnMlnn .,,.r ll.n v 1 C I.. 14

Jliccrs Jl v'Mr nimii ,ii nniiAUif .Mri me C11IJ dint: r OU1CJJ It
won't take too much to right things there.
Interested.

BLOOD BANK
Sir:
According to Blood Bank records, Mrs. P. L. Vescln. was a donor
April 14. It is regrettable therefore that her letter (Mail Box, Aug. 20)
Should appear at a time when a special campaign is being launched
to educate the people to be constantly aware of the need for their
donating blood regularly, rather than waiting for emergencies.
A physician, solely at the disposal of the Blood Rank, is in at attendance
tendance attendance at Santo TOmas from 7 am to 1:30 pm daily in order to
ipeed up the physical exammalion required before' a donor's blood
may be accepted.' A donor may now complete the phvsical examin examination,
ation, examination, blood typing' and withdrawal of blood within an hour.
I hope Mrs. Vescio is not discouraged, hut comes and gives us

another try,

H.D.N

d find these flings. Thev said

that's vO'iy they believe Africa is
not ready for Western tyoe de democracy.
mocracy. democracy. They said 'hat's why
they do not permit even the hand handful
ful handful of learned Africans to launch
a national political parly, and res
trict them to regional activity.
Nor do they permit t'hem toehold
outdoor meetings or use loud loudspeakers
speakers loudspeakers on the streets.
Government people said that
Ihev feared that the eloquent
African leaders would make rash
promises to th" millions of illiter illiterate
ate illiterate people about 80 per cent of
the 7,000,000 Africans here. Offic Officials
ials Officials asserted that is why they tape-

record all political talks and!
restrict African leaders to small
for the most part, though t'hey to N POMP, BUT PLENTY OP
allow the Kenya Federation ofl CIRCUMSTANCES: Whitehall
Labor (hiehlv nobtical) to run frightened that the lllne nf

for his ex-Wife Kay Wil

liams (now Mrs.- Clark Gable)

promises to re;urn to New York
for the opening of Hs pal John
Perona's new El Morocco if
and when. Macoco claims he
started Perona on the road to
fame when he introduced Luis
Firpo (the Wild Bull of the pam pampas)
pas) pampas) to the original Perona bis bistro
tro bistro near Madison Sq. Garden. .
Axioms of Gotham's Gilded Al Alley:
ley: Alley: Smart girls go from dimes
to diamonds. Most dames re respond
spond respond faster to "money" than
"honey.". .A guy who pinches
pennies s well as girls is a v.-Mf
in cheap's clothing.

Circus Life

Answer to Previoua Puixle

rallies in the Mskadara Hall hold

ing over 5,000. I attended one of
these myself. There 1 learned that
the African labor people have $35, $35,-000
000 $35,-000 from the AFL-CIO for a new

building here

Qu?en Elizaheth Is more rrous
than published. It's a reenrrenee
of the ailment that laid her low
last year. The medicos want h h-tn
tn h-tn quit for a few years or may
be even for good. .If this ran

This sort of financial support pens, a Regent musl h anpoi-M

bolsters the Africans against the ed for youne Prince Char'es. Un

CRISTOBAL STANDARD TIM K.

Sir:

Why don't they fix the clock on the Administration Building in
Cristobal? This is one of the first places lhat a lounsl res when he
comes ashore, and it is a poor introduction to Ihe Isthmus I must say.
1 bet that if it was in Balboa it would have been fixed long ago
Just Asking.

rest of the people here, the gov

ernment says. And it bolsters a
group of African leaders who,
though brilliant, do not speak for
the millions of people out in the
veldt and jungle. No one speaks
for them. They're just not inter
esled. They have their cattle and
they've been hit by inflation be because
cause because the cost of wives and living
has gone up.
To sum it up, the selllers and
government point of view Is why
don'l American labor leaders stay
out of their affairs.

rier the laws of surrrvsion. the

Regent should be Princess Mar
Caret. . Ph'lin. shrewd and am
hitious, is taking advAntafe of
Margaret's alleged "fliehtiness"
lo put himself in Ihe runni"? lie
is haeired.bv he rich and pow
erful Moun'balten-Battenburg in
lernational family alliance w i i h
ils ties tn every European rnval
and ex roval house, financiers
and politicians on both sides of
the curtain, English socialists and
many international bankers who

I play with them.

ACROSS
1 Circus funny
man
6 Lion
11 artists
13 Rounded
14 Muse of
astronomy

15 Lariats
i 16 There is a

ot work
connected
with a circus
17 ltallnn coin
II) Qualified
20 Bilt
22 Knock
23 Drink made
with malt
24 Legal point
26 Birds' homei
2R Mineral spring
30 Animal park

J I Light brown
j 32 Sea eagle
t 33 Sideshow
1 35 Lamprey
; 37 Make a
mistake
38 Race eoun
circuit'
40 French eoiri
42 Hawaiian
pepper
43 Heroic
45 Suffix
47 Used by a
circus high
diver
50 Squatter
82 Patterns of
perfection
S3 Penetrates
64 Gull -like
birds
85 Succinct

DOWN
1 Great -omentum
2 Dormouse
3 Speaker
4 Triumph
5 Brad
6 Golf mound
7 Brazilian
macaw
8 Aluminum,
gold, silver
9 Kussian
storehouse'
10 Pause
12 Den
13 "Man on the
flying
18 Operated

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21 Irritate 41 Employers
23 Makes amends 42 Dismounted

25 Bridge
27 Painful
29 Horna
33 Barterer
34 Tree fluid
36 Linger
37 Elude
39 fir

44 American cci
46 Gaelic
48 Diminutive
of Daniel
49 Measures
of cloth
51 Female
saint (ab.)

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of 48 weeks

Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different aizes.

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MSGT. JOSEPH A. RICHARDSON, left, new arrival to the U.S. Array Caribbean, takes over as Re Recruiting
cruiting Recruiting Non-Commissioned Officer of the command, from Sgt. Leo P. Champagne, right, is re returning
turning returning to the U.S. for discharge. In the center is Col. B. E. Babcock, USARCAR1B adjutant gen general
eral general presented a Certificate of Achievement to Champagne who has performed the duties of reenlist reenlist-men't
men't reenlist-men't sergeant of USARCARIB since March 1957. The certificate lauded the sergeant for exemplary
achievement while carrying out the Canal Zone recruiting program which he implemented; conduct conducting
ing conducting an orientation program for non-military groups of the CZ! and contributing to the Canal Zone
High School Counselling Program. Sgt. and Mrs. Champagne and their three children left by MATS
Tuesday for Fort Jackson. S. C. where he will be discharged. Richardson, who came here from
Fort Gordon Ga.. and his familv.of two children live at Fort Kobbe. (US Army Photo)

in a -y when almost every
corner oi the eann nas jeeu
explored by expeditions as large
as armies, ana reeorued in boo.,
as elaborate and ponderous -is
Me equipment ..'.ai .naoe ihese
glorious conquests possible, the

Denver Woman Sees
Mouse, Screams

And Swallows It
1 DENVER (UPI) A Denver wo wo-i
i wo-i man who swalloed a live mouse
last Friday said today she never
i would have gone to the hospital if
! she had known it woula have

caused so much "commotion."
Mrs. Florence Hill said she has
been deluged with telephone calls
and s'acks of mail irom all ovr
the country, most of it wanting
to know if the story were actually
true.
"If I were a young person, 't
might be different," she said in indignantly
dignantly indignantly "but a woman B7 ears
old isn't going to be telling lies

like Jii5

Young Rockefeller Has Last Fling
At Stag Party For Brothers, Buddies

SOGNE, Norway (UPI Steven! He said the congregation had
Rockefeller gathered his brothers; raided to gie the couple a black
and college buddies about him j leather bound bible, inscribed "to
last night for his last fling as a Steven and Anne Mane Rocke
bachelor. i feller from the congregation ol
His marriage to honey blonde Sogne," just after tt.ie ceremony.
Anne Marie Rasmussen, who once
washed pots and pans in his fam-i

ny s kitchen m New York, was
less than 48 hours off.
Rockefeller, 23, son of million millionaire
aire millionaire New York Gov. Nelson A.
Rockefeller, rented a private hotel
dining room for a bachelor party
smorgaasbord.
And Anne Marie, the 21 year

i old local girl who became the

fins

AU i 1 1

""cm u ,eiiow oreaKs his et
gogement, the girl con eithi'l1
toke if to heort or to court. am

'I would have been a little' ""inderella of Sogne," was asked

more i'ralegic it 1 ;iad wanted io ome wiui two women wei

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COSMOS, S. A. Tel. 2-4680

glory oi a preposterous .juj

ture related Dy trie iewoy n ,. hli(if hav. eauiDDed to eive hpr some tins

been given

The "publicity" started the day
after her pet dog, Boo.v .vat; .vat;-ened
ened .vat;-ened her from her sleep with his
Srocling. She looked .: sew
a two 'inch mouse jumping around
near her bed.
She said it was standing on top
of her clock, .-siv opened her
mouth to scream and the mouse

way

JWTC Sergeant Has Served In Four Armies;
Was Brigadier General In Kashmir Rifles

When M-Sgt. Russell K. Haight,
newlv assigned instructor at the
Jungle Warfare Training Center,
cnin nf heina j four service man :

he doesn' mean the Army, Navy,
Air Force and Mafines. Sgi. Haight
is a battle ve'eran of the Canadnn
Army British Army, the Kashmir
a ,' nnA l ct hut rot least, the

rti mi v a nu
U.S. Army.
A holder of two Purole Hearts,
the Bronze Star Medal for valor
and for meritorious se-vire. in
Combat Infantryman's Badge tori
WorM War II and the Korean w.ir
he also has received decorations
from other countries. The 'n-i
elude the British Military Medal
te D;eppe Medal, te S'ar r,f
Kashmir and four Brittish wound
His military- life started in 1939.
At the ase of 17. Haieht heard the
drums of war and, having been a
devo'ee of Rudvard Kipl'ng s
wor'-s, he enlisted in the F;rst
F;"ld Royl Cannrlian Horse Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery to go to England with that
When the Germans overran
tfranca-And the ..British. Army was
being evacuated at the port of
Dunkirk. Haight. with the Ky
Canadian Horse Artillery, was en entering
tering entering the French port of Calais.
Seeing that the position was hope hopeless
less hopeless the British decided 'o eva evacuate
cuate evacuate all of their troops in France.
Haight's stay in France, there therefore,
fore, therefore, was a brief one two days.
During-th. British reorg" mo motion
tion motion Haight was assigned to a bomb
disposal squadron, but disliked
this work and volunteered for a
British unit known as Commando
Force Four. He served with them
from 1941 until 1943. participating
in raids on Spitzbergen, Sark, Lof Lof-ten
ten Lof-ten Islands. Dieppe and BruneVSl.
near Le Havre.
In February 1943. he was given
chance to transfer from the Bri British
tish British Armv to the U.S. Army. He
took advantage of this opportunity
and was assigned to the 29th Ran
ger Company, then a part of the
oath Tnfantrv Division.

In November 1943, he returned to

the states for aviation cadet tram
ins The cadet program, how

ever, was in the process of being
discontinued and Haight was trans transferred
ferred transferred to an infantry replacement
training center at Camp Maxie,

Texas, where hP was assigned as
in instructor.
Haight was discharged from the
Army in 1945 and took a post with

public of Kashmir, was commis commissioned
sioned commissioned in Lhe Kashmir Rifles and
became a company commander.
His success as a combat com commander
mander commander caused the government to
eleva.te him to the rank of a
briga'dicr. His brigade of 2000
Moslems was the Azad Kashmir
Dragoon Brigade.
His pay in the general's rank
was set at 3000 rupees a month -the
equivalent of about $800 U.S.
In order to protect lvs American

citizenship, Haight retired from the

Kashmir Army and returned to the
U.. He had net drawn a penny of
his salary during the time he serv
ed with the brigade, and upon leav leaving
ing leaving gave the entire sum to the
Azad Kashmi relief fund.
When he returned to the U.S.
Haight immediately enlisted in the
U.S. Army at Fort Dix as a ser sergeant
geant sergeant and was assigned to a post
in Germany wit an MP investiga investigation
tion investigation unit. A' three-year tour in
Germany followed.
Then came a short stay in the
U.S. and i. was off to Korea with
the 19th Infantry Regiment, where

"A Short Walk comes as a :asi

gleeful, cry of defiance.
Eric Newby and his friend
Hugh Carless are two English
men who combine ;ue most bla blatant
tant blatant physical and mental unpre unpre-paredness,
paredness, unpre-paredness, with outrageous nervy,
ever to be encount e r e d in
v'tuld-be explorers.

Tn,l. llino ovnri.i.;i .H. "'P in and WHggled

V 7TV u aT iir,vn her throat.
retold light-heartedly in h3 npxt dv ( np n- hr. fnpnds
book which was placed in citcuj ded tQ to Dpnver
lation this week in the ., tana) j pnrr ...0Slt:,:
Zone Library. Mrs Hl said' she s;aved at the
,.. ni,w hiiho-oi'.sJ for 12 hour:. Doctor- ad-

miueu llltrj wcic ninaru ai net
I'orv but sai 1 they h.v- ro reason
to doubt it. They kept her hospi hospitalized
talized hospitalized but when she r: f'Ted no
ill effects they sent her home.
The next day she said her tele

phone started ringing.
"Most of the call' were from
people telling me I was a liar,"
she slid.
"I finally quit answering my
telephone. Then the mail began
coming in. I got letters and cards
from everywhere.
"I find the entire affair hideous
and a the same time comical.
the widow said, "but I never want
to seP another mouse again as
long as I live."

library's shelves this week re:

NON-FICTION: Space Fright,
Adams; Other Schools and Ours,
King; Du Barry. Ijomis; A
Rockefeller Family P or trail,
Manchester: A Short Walk. Ne Ne-by;
by; Ne-by; A Passion for Books, Powell;
Be Your Own Decora or. Rinp;
Pasternak, Ruge; What's Wrong
With U.S. Foreign Policy, Sulz Sulzberger;
berger; Sulzberger; Sunset Edeas for Cabins
and Bearh Houses, Sunset; and
Beyond the Reefs, Travis.
FICTION: St. Petersburg, Bei Bei-ly;
ly; Bei-ly; The Big Dive, Cro:sen; A A-cres
cres A-cres of Alternoon, Del; Did
She Fall or Was She Pushed?,
Disney; The Hours Betore Dawn,
Fremlin; A Foreign Affair, Gra Graham;
ham; Graham; The Seventh Dav, Kirst;
Days and Moments Quickly Fly Fly-ins.
ins. Fly-ins. Madoc; The GMton Case,
Millar; Measure My Love, Sand Sandburg;
burg; Sandburg; and This Fiery Night, Vat-sek.

POLICE DEN YSUB-MUGLERS
LUINO. Italy (UPI) Italian
customs police Wednesday offi officially
cially officially denied a report that smug smugglers
glers smugglers were crossing 35-mile Lake
Maggiore from Switzerland in a
ubmarine.

Ike's Report To Congress Says Slash
In Foreign Military Aid Dangerours'

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UPI)
President Eisenhower told Con Congress
gress Congress today that it has cut rao rao-nv
nv rao-nv fnr the ,f o i e i n n military

aid proaramto a "eangerously

SERGEANT AND BUDDY M
Sgt. Russell K. Haight, newly as assigned
signed assigned as an instructor at the
Jungle Warfare Training Center,
already has made friends with
Snowball, a resident of the cen center's
ter's center's zoo. Haight's career as a
soldier has included wearing the
uniforms of four different armies.

Faubus Gels Formal
Petition To Slop
School Integration
LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (UPI) -Patrons
of the Dollarway school
district formally petitioned Gov.
Orval E. Faubus todav to prevent
Integration of their white school
by three Negro' students.
A petition bearing 1,202 signa signatures,
tures, signatures, said to represent 90 per
cent of the white residents of the
latest racial hot spot, was de delivered
livered delivered to the governor by L. D.
Poynter, 'president of the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas Citizens Council.
Faubus would not say what
action if any he would take to
prevent "federal court ordered in integration
tegration integration of the sdhool, on the
utskirti of Pine Bluff.
Th governor said he. would
Rve the request "the most care care-i
i care-i consideration.
"I don't plan anything at the
moment," Faubus told Poynter.
It will take me a few days :
ii.form myself as I want to oe i i
formed before I have any con conferences
ferences conferences or anything to say."
Federal Judge Axel J. Been of
Elk Point, S. D. ordered t h e
school integrated and then re refused
fused refused to delay his order t the
request of Dollarway school
board attorneys,
board attorneys.
The school boarrj then appealed
his order to "the V. S. Fifrhth Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis.
Faubus is undfr a federal In Injunction
junction Injunction not to Interfere with in integration
tegration integration In Little Rock, but the
rder 4mi sot apply elsewhere in
the i4tt.

the Denver Police Force, where he
served as an officer until 1947.
Early that year a U.S. firm
hired him to survey a highway in
Afghanistan. While there ly ac accepted
cepted accepted an offer from the new re-

sergeant.

His next assignment, with the
30th Topographical Battalion in
California, was followed by another
tour in Germany, this time with
the 86th infantry Regiment of the
lQXh Division.
-f"rom 'here, Haight went to La

Salle Military Academy as a small
arms ins'ructor, a logical assign assignment
ment assignment since he had 10 years' exper experience
ience experience as coach ird firing member
of Army rifle and pistol teams.
Haight's tour of duty with the
Jungle Warfare Training Center

Degin when he completed studies
at the Army Language School.
With him at For' Sherman are
his wife, Doris, and their two
daughters and a son.
Haight's combat experiences
have given him material for sev several
eral several magazine articles. One, "The
Rridges at Kotli." which appeared
in a 1958 issue of Army Magazine,
is a case historv.of guerrilla action
with marked the fighting in Kash Kashmir.
mir. Kashmir. Army Magazine also has pub published
lished published several of his writings n
marksmanship, induing one
which appears in the July 1959
tssue.

IJSAF Launches
Jet From Inside
Atomic Shelter

Wasp May Have Had

A-Bombs Aboard
When Fire Broke Out

QUONSET POINT, R.I. (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The USS Wasp's arsenal may
have included nuclear bombs
when a fire broke out on a hangar
deck, killing two men and in
juring 21 others, it was reported
today.
. The 32-500-ton aircraft carrier's
submarine hunter squadron has
carried anti submarine nuclear
devices in the past. The Navy,
however, said only that it would
have "no comment" on the re report.
port. report. Unofficial estimates of damage
done by the fierce fire which
broke out aboard the ship Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday 250 miles east of Norfolk, Va.
was over five million dollars. In
addition to the damage done to
the vessel, four helicopters were
destroyed and three others badly
damaged.
A Navy board of inquiry began
an Investigation of the fire Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday shortly after the carrier
arrived here from the Atlantic
training ground whee it had been
on maneuves.
The Wasp probably wili leave
here for. the home base, Boston,
Friday, according to Adm. Robert
H. Stroh, who uieg. the vessel as
hli flagship.

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

! Air Force announced today that

it nas successfully launched an
F100 jet fighter plane from inside
a steel and concrete shelter de designed
signed designed to withstand atomic
bombs.

It said the test, conducted Wed

nesday near Alamogordo, N.M.

proved that such shelters close to
enemy lines would protect its
planes against "sneak" attack
and permit their launching in an
immediate counter-attack.
An announcement by the Air
Research and Development Com Command
mand Command said the F100, with North
American jet pilot Al Blackburn
at the controls, was blasted into
the air from the cave-like ateel
and concrete shelter built on the
sun-baked desert.
The jet plane, with 130,000
pounds of added thrust from a
rocket booster, roared to 275 miles
an hour within four seconds and
moments later passed the speed
of sound at 762 miles an hour.
Exhaust gases from the plane
and rocket were piped out of the
45 by 65 foot "hard site" shelter
through a 10-foot steel pipe at the
rear of the structure.

In submitting a special report

on foreign military assistance,
Eisenhower advised the House
and Senate he may demand ex extra
tra extra funds to make up for the
amount Congress cut from the
program this year.
The report itself prepared by
the President's special committee
on foreign military assistance

warnea mai uie ounci itov-o
have not abandoned their goal
of eventual world domination.
The committee was headed by
financier and former NATO am ambassador
bassador ambassador William H. Draper.
It advocated annual appropria appropriations
tions appropriations of $200,000,000 a year for
military assistance. Congress this
year authorized $1,400,000,000.
Under present trends, the
committee said, the free world
faces a "major deterioration of
military strength" which might
made necessary basic overhaul overhauling
ing overhauling of American strategy and
alliance systems.
In his letter, transmitting the
report, Eisenhower Said "1 call
your special attention to the
comments of the commute con concerning
cerning concerning the dangerously low le level
vel level of appropriations authorized
for the military assistance pro program
gram program for fiscal 1960."
"I agree with their analysis
and as indicated in my letter to
you of April 29," the President
said, "This fall I shall review
the effect on the program of the
final congressional enactment

I men irnuintf that

1UI liaim iuu. xvivT'ft ......
review, 1 will make appropriate
recommendations to the Con Congress."
gress." Congress." The Draper committee was set

up nine months ago to make an
independent analysis of foreign
military aid.
The report emphasiied that
Russia is spending money for
military purposes en level
"comparable" to America's.

While Communist threats of

military conflict have somewhat
abated, the committee said there
has been "no modration of their
goal of eventual world'domination
and no cessation of acts of. aggres aggression."
sion." aggression." There is no alternative to a
strong, global defense system,
the committee said.

WARREN VISITS BERLIN
BERLIN (UPI) Chief Justice
Earl Warren of the United Slates
e erijiv made a one-no t 'm
mobile tour of Communist East
Herlin. Warren was accompanied
by his wife and a U. S. State
Department official. The Warrens
recently visited Russia.

US Cos! Of Living
In July Reaches
All Time High Point
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The sovernment reported yesterday

that the cost of living rose frac

tionally in July to reach an all all-time
time all-time hieh.

The increase amounted to three three-tenths
tenths three-tenths of one per cent.
Higher prices were reported by

the Labor Department in nearly
all areas of the consumer spend

ing. The increase, plus a decline

in spendable earninas. reduced

consumer buying power by ap
broximatelv 1.5 per cent.

However, more than one million
workers with contracts tied to the
cost of living will receive autom automatic
atic automatic waee increases. Generally

these will amount to about two

cents an hour.
The department said the In Increase
crease Increase actually was less than the

usual seasonal Jump recorded bet between
ween between June and July. A spokesman

predicted the report for August
nrobably will show a decline.
Biggest factor in the Increase

is July was an 18.5 per rent ad advance
vance advance In egg Dries. This was

twice the sual rise for this time

of year.

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on living in high society among

the monied classes Mrs. Mary
Rockefeller, Steve's mother, and
Mrs. Bartara Rockefeller, wife of
Steven's eldest brother Rodman,
The bachelor party was the
only all-American social affair
preceding the Saturday Wedding
in the wooden Lunde Lutheran
Church.
Among the guests were Steve's
brothers Rodman, 27, and Mi Michael,
chael, Michael, 21. Also present to help
Steven sing his swan song to sin single
gle single life were four Princeton Uni University
versity University buddies who arrived here
Wednesday to serve as ushers at
the wedding. Rodman and Mi
chael will be ushers too.
Steve continued to be silent
about his choice for best man man-but
but man-but it was almost certain he
uU; ipc'- his father, Nelson, due
here tonight.
Ti.c i i ( groom's sisters, Mary
2!, and Mrs. Robert I. Pierson of
Chicago, were also due at nearby
Kristiansand Aimort tonight. The

governor and his two daugh daughters
ters daughters are the only presently miss
ing members of the wedding
party. i
This afternoon Anne Marie qnd
Steven put on sloppy sweathers
and old clothes and took tie
younger members of the wedding
party for a motorboat spin along
the cliff-lined shore.
Meanwhile their elders, Mrs.
Rockefeller and the Kristian Rax Rax-mussens,
mussens, Rax-mussens, vainly sought to make
the wedding plain, simple and
typically Norwegian. These el
forts weren't matched bv the res

idents of Sogne, who have grown
giddy as a bridesmaid because
of all the excitement.
Town fathers ordered tt.ie area
around the 91-year-old church
closed during the ceremony Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Sogne's lone policeman
asked for and got assistance of
most of nearby Kristiansand's 40
man force to handle an expected
5,000 sightseers.
The devout congregation of
Lunde meekly accepted the "by
invitation only" attendance list
for the wedding. Closed weddings
are as rare as multi-millionaires
in unsophisticated Sogne.
Everything seemed to be click clicking
ing clicking right along so far as the wed wedding
ding wedding was concerned. Anne
Marie's dressmaker let it be
known the wedding dress would
be ready on time, and Steven had
his last fitting Thursday in the
"borrowed" cutaway he will wear
for the ceremony.
The Rev. Olaf Gautestad said
he was not sure whether Steven
would be allowed to depart from
the Norwegian custom of no wed
ding rings and slip a gold .band
on Anne Marie's finger during the
ceremony.

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NEPAL'S QUEEW-Seldom-photographed
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Devi is considered Nepal's most
beautiful woman. The wife of
King Mahendra is shown in
Katmandu, the capital city.

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FAREWELL PARTY THIS EVENING IN CRISTOBAL
TO HONOR MR. AND MRS. LOUIS T. SCMUBESG
Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Sehuberg who are soon to leata the
Isthmus to make their retirement home in Florida, will be honor honored
ed honored this mninf at a farwell party sponsored hy Lt. Garvyn H.
Moumblow Memorial Post 387$ of the Vetermna of Foreign Wars
t the post home in Cristobal.
Mr, Sehuberg is a past senior department commander of the
V.F.W. on the Canal Zone.
Cocktails will be served from 6:30 to 7:39, and a buffet
from 7 30 to 1:30 p.m. The dance is planned for 8:30 to 11:00
m All V.F.W. member and friends of the honored (ouple are
invited to attend. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

Wouaegyeiti At
Sol Firbman Horn
Houseguests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Farbman in Campo
Allegre include Mr. Farbman's
mother. Mrs. Pauline Karbman.

f Miami Fla.. Mr. William G

L'SO this evening at 8. Members
of the tiirls'Service Organization
will serve as dance to attend.

who are soon to Uv to make
iheu- home in Rantoul, 111,
Each family is asked to bring a
covered dsn.

Sunday Java Hevr
At Cristobal YMCA
it will o? iofet and doughnut
time Sundav morning at 130 at the
Cr.siobal YMCA-U50

The event was established at the
"V" many years ago when the

Java Hour became the gathering

hour lor servicemen planning to

attend morning church services.

Sunday Potluck Sujpar
For McClelland Family

Families ot the Margarita Union

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Vanning and Mr. Oren Manning oli'-nurtn win jjaiuer in mr cnmin

a potluck supper honoring Mr. and

Mrs E. F. McClelland and family

Gastonia.

Hospitality Hour,

Sunday Evening Dance
A hospitality hour and dance will KA Janp RnrnPr
be the Sunday evening acliv'l ml3' JUIIC UUI UCI
the Cristobal YMCA tomorrow Vpr. FlinPrnl Sft"
Light refreshments will be served UlCb, r UIICIUI JCl
byhos,ess" For Tomorrow At 4
Legion Dance Cancelled ,
-The back-to-school dance origin Mrs Jane Anne Barber a res,
llv scheduled for this evening at nt of Chil.bre. died Thursday

the Fori Amador American igion : "- --

Club has been cancelled. Legion of
ficials have announced.
Refunds on tickets already sold
will be made Monday evening at
the flub.

Bachelor's Ball
Toniaht At Cristobal
A Bachelor's Ball featuring the
Jance rhythms of the "C" Notes
Drill be held at the Cristobal YMCA-

tiuard Against HL
win CJi
MEXAIIA IP

The vhole family will enjoy
the feeling of freshness which
MEXANA powdr Rives, foe
prickly heat, rasli, eoema

diaper raih
and skin Ir Irritations
ritations Irritations .
nothing can
surpass .
Mexana.

A former Gamboa resident. Mrs

Barber is survived by her sons
Egbert, Altimont, Harry, Rennio.
Ira; one daughter, Mrs. Beatrice
Jones of Paraiso, 18 grandchildren
and 14 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services have been
scheduled for tomorrow afternoon
at 4 p.m. in Weslyan Methodist
Church here. Burial will follow in
the Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.

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Friendly Gunman
Gives Uq Pistol
Leaves With $25

NEW YORK (UP!) Janrs
Reeves, the night attendant at an
all n ght garage, was busy work
ing under an auto early yester yesterday
day yesterday when he felt a sudden sharp
pain in his ribs.
Hp twisted and looked up
right into the muzzle of a shiny
p siol.
The gunman ordered Reeves
nut from under the car and forced
him to open the cash register.
After removina the $35 from the
(ill the bandit said:
"You know. I could shoot you"
"Please don't," Reeves pleaded.
"You're bigger than me, you
could take this gun away from
me."
"I'jn not going to try," Reeves
assured him.
"Here, take it. I've got another
gun." the gunman said and hand handed
ed handed Reeves the pistol. R e v e s
handed it back.
The bandit then introduced him himself,
self, himself, put the pistol back in his
pocket and gave Reeves $10.
Jus then iwo policemen on Da Da-tioj
tioj Da-tioj entered the garage. The ban bandit
dit bandit sirot'e toward them, then
turned to Reeves and asked: "is
(he "as s 1 1 right?"
"Yes, the gas is okay," Reeves
relied.
The cops left. The bandit foi foi-'nved
'nved foi-'nved them, waved goodbye o
Reeves from the doorway and
:l 'saopearpd.
Reeves then telephoned the po

ur he was still out $25.

"He told me his name too,"
Reeves' s lid, "but 1 forgot it."

RECEIVES BRONZE STAR Col. Cecil H. Davidson, com commanding
manding commanding officer of the U.S. Army Caribbean Transportation
Corps, presents the'Bronze Star Medal with the V device to Sp.4
Charles A. Quirley of the Corozal transportation motor pool The
decoration was presented for exemplary conduct and ground
combat against an armed enemy while serving as a private with
the 34th Infantry Regiment during the New Guinea campaign in
World War II. Quirley came to the command in January, this
year; and was assigned to the Corozal motor pool where he
works as night dispatcher. (U.S. Army Photo)

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Tuc ioi-on oap.i.Ni utiurch will
be holding Revival Meetings
each night beginning August
23nd through August 30th at
7:30 p.m.
Rev. James Nelson of the
Goodyear Baptist Church in
Picayune Mis.v, will be brinei'ns
th Messages of God.

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Stale Records Plot
By Husband To Kill
(rinrled Snouse

Russians react lo
ciouiei uispiayeu

Tots Togs In Soviet Shops
Drab, Bulky, Says American

NEW YORK (UPI) If Amer-'or aomber. Babies clothes were

ican mothers were to go shop- , l,...

ping in l.ij ..u-w sacks."

tind no fancy togs for toddlera aoe were tandalt for -all

jul "pu.io ili..J. i age no patent pumps or white

inais me report irom Aiirea: r or own ox.oi...

How did the
ihe chilaren's

in the American fashion show?

"People were stunneo, hypno hypnotized,"
tized," hypnotized," Flug said. "They wanted
to Know U American cuiuieii
owned more than one dress and
if our cnndren realiy urcsscu tiiat
way, or just a chosen few.
"Khrusacnev tnougiu t.ie Amer American
ican American children in the fashion show
looked Uio thin, but Kosluv sa d
the twins models could pass as
Russians, they were so cuts."
Before Flug left Moscow, he
tried to give the children's
clothes to Russians because he
did not want to lug them home.
"That was the hardest job of
all," he said, "They coulon't fi figure
gure figure out why I wanted to leave
the clothes. They houaht it
musF bo a bribo. V Finally at
the airport, an ImteVpreter un understood
derstood understood my problom and pro promised
mised promised to give them away for
me."

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PRE-RETIREMENT CEREMONY MSgt.
from Col. John R. Wright Jr., center, commanding
retirement ceremonies in the colonel's ofiice. At
tant. Deadwyler, who leave today for retirement
of appreciation from Maj. Gefl. Charles L. Dasher,
service career extended for over 20 years. He and

Henry L. Deadwyler, right, receives congratulation!
officer, 1st Battle Group, 20tb Infantry, during pro
left is Maj. Robert D. Danforth, battle group adju
at Fort Jackson, S.C., was presented with a letter
U.S. Army Caribbean commanding general. Hil
Mrs. Deadwyler plan to retire to Fayetteville N.C.

QrTO

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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"Record Session"
THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY

LOS ANGEI.KS (UPIi How
noes a husband talk when le's
trying to hire another man, to xill
his wife?
The state claimed in court yes

terday it had recorded in secret
such a conversation.

'It. .$5,000 to kill a cnppiea

housewife isn't worth that much,
believe you me, Mike," said a re recorded
corded recorded voice. 'I've been tempted
to do it myself at times, but then
the finger would always point to

me, who else?

'I eo in there and just stuff a

pillow up against her mouth and

in three minutes sue s a goner.
But as soon as this would happen,

they'd check on me.'

The sate cr.argea tne man
rnakinc these statemnts was Kris

Albert, 46, wealthy Beverly Hills,

Calif., motel owner accused of

trying to solicit the murder oi nis
estranged wife, Pearl, 46-year-old
victim of multiple sclerosis. S-?
has suffered from the ailment for
12 years.
Deputy District Attorney James
Ford said the recording was made
at a meeting between Albert and
Michael Angulo, 43, Agoura, Calif.,
farm worker, last March.
Ford told the Superior Court ju jury
ry jury nf 10 women and 2 men that
the recording was made by a
small wire recorder secreted un under
der under Angulo's armpit. Angulo had
gone to police earlier saying Al Albert
bert Albert was attempting to hire him to
commit muder.

i- lug, a ciuiuren s cioiuing man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer who represented the

children's weal inuusio i"t

American exhibition in Moscow

this summei. r lug is jcaiu..i.

of a firm Little Crafi which

makes cio.hes lor boys jnu gins

from the infant to toddler stage.

While in Moscow, ne v.siicu a

children's garment factory, Gun's

Department Store, ana a chil

dren's shop.

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"The children are poorly dres dressed
sed dressed by our standards or Euro European
pean European standards. Their cielhes
compare to ours of 1910, 1919,"
Flug said in an Interview after
his return.
"I've been all over the world,
including China and Japan, but
I've never seen a country so
backward in fashion is, Russia.
Ch nese goods displayed In Mos Moscow
cow Moscow stores were far superior lo
the Russian goods. And 1 was told
the Russians have made great
strides in the past few years."
Flug, who has an 18-year-old

daughter ard i 12-year-old son,
found stores jammed, but there
was no shortage o merchandise.
Workmanship was, poor "Just
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a tew laorics pui logeiner. i
fabrics were wrong for children,
Flug said such as wool for ?n
infant. Cotton goods wera infe infe-ror
ror infe-ror and poorlv finished. There
was little variation in styles,
Bovs wore long, bulky, shanelpss
pants, and girls wore plain, taste tasteless
less tasteless dresses. Colors were garish

BULL INVADES STANDS

BAZA, Spain (UPI) A young
hiH rambU'd ivrr the 'n-jer
into the stands during a bull fight
lact night T'1 an tr -.-!
100 fans were injured slightly In
he -!f!i!,'"' ron'":'',', T" hull
knocked down a number of spec-
ti'rr on-t n'hr vr in
the flight to get out of his way.
ti, nnm"i 'rapped and
killed by civil guards.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Doroihy Killgallen

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THOSE WHO
WISH TO PLAN AHEAD,
DOROTHY CHASE
Expert Teacher of BALLET and all related forms of
Danre, will hold Registrations for the 1959-1960 term on
August 25, 26, 17 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, Beginntrs, In Intermediates
termediates Intermediates and Advanced.
A Professional Polish awaits the ambitloua
advanced student.

Murder Charges Hay
Be Filed Following
Swim Pool Shooting

WINTER PARK, Fla. (UPI)

Murder charges may be filed next

week against building contractor
villiam Vike.. who admulrd lie
shot a beautiful widow to death
after she went on an evening
swim with another man.
Sheriff Dave Starr said Vikts
made a written itatamant admit admitting
ting admitting ha ahot Mri. Valraa 0. Hoover
any Thursday. Starr quoted
Vikea ai aaying ht did not know
why he ahot tha woman and did
not remember actually pulling the
trigger.
Starr aaid any charges against

Vikes would be Hied alter an in
quest next Wednesday.
Vikes i3'd in his statement that
he and the shapely widow, wear wearing
ing wearing a strapless awim suit when
she was shot, bad planned to get
married soon. But he denied shoot shoot-in
in shoot-in her in a fit of jealousy after
lie saw her with a Navy man
Wednesday night.
But a daughter or thP slain
woman denied ner mother planned
lo marry Vikes. The girl said her
mother was annoyed at Vikea' at
tentions and was trying to dis discourage
courage discourage him.

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IVIRY SUNDAY

BAPTIST
CHURCH

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END YOUR SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
8:20 10:40 MORN INCH WORSHIP
"SOUL INSANITY"
The Bible charge nianv p(Mipl wllh insanity thai is spiritual
insanity Like an insane person, Ihey think their Best Friend is
their worst enemy.
CHILDREN a CHArr.l, in Rev. E. VlCKEfTs
:3ft SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all agea)
Veeatien-ttme la almost ever f yev are ene whe te.k a vci vci-0n
0n vci-0n (ram . It a timt t fat back tnts bualnata wtth th Vsri.
We're r4y te rvt ye with a lit elate lunday Seheel.
:0 BAfTIST TRAINING UNION
D yeu feel Incapable of xprln yourself tn spiritual truth
hefnr th public? Here It th plae for that training.
7:10 "LYING AGAINST THE HOLY SPIRIT"
Thr la a tll aln to Lt avoided, and only on way to avoid It.
BELIEVERS BAPTISM

Here is another hand from my
indefatigable correspondent Milton
Unger of New York.
h As usual we find Milton in there
bidding his cards to the hilt and a
little further but with reasonably
good results.
The play of the hand at six dia diamonds
monds diamonds doubled was short and
sweet. West took his ace and king
of clubs and South took thr re

of the tricks. Down one with 150

honors; a mighty cheap save a

gainst the sure five spade con contract.
tract. contract. Milton points out that West could
have bought the hand If he had
opened with five spades and 1 a a-gree
gree a-gree but also have no criticism
for West's opening two bid and
nothing but admiration for Mil Milton's
ton's Milton's gallant action against it.
However, I do feel that West
might well have bid a trifle differ differently
ently differently after Milton's three spade
bid and South' four diamonds. It
should have been apparent to West
bv that time that he was playing
alone and he should merely have
bid four spades; not five,
Milton would have bid five dia diamonds
monds diamonds and East would have dou doubled.
bled. doubled. Then, when West went to five
spades I wonder if Milton would
have taken the six diamond save
or rather trusted in his high cards

o beat the hand.
14

Q The bidding has been:
East South Weet North
1 Double Pass a A
Pass ?
You, South, hold:
4 VAJ e)AQT4 S Q(t
What do you do?
A Paaa. You don't like eluba
but year double wu a minimum
and 7 ni have no proper bid at
your dipoae.L
TODAY'S QUESTION
.est bids two spades and your
partner bids three cluba. East
passes. What do you do now?
Ana war Tomorrow

Rita Hayworth'a court battles
with Ali Khan are far from o o-ver,
ver, o-ver, despite the recent newspa
per atones claiming they'd set settled
tled settled all differences. Rita, cannot
give up Yasmln's share of the
late Aga Khan'a estatethe lit little
tle little princess i entitled to it un under
der under Moslem law as well as the
laws of the United States, which
have ruled that no parent may
waive the rights of a minor. Al Also,
so, Also, there's a judgement, against
Ali of a sum close,, to I3Q.O00
for legal fees; the newi atories
reported Rita "waived" that
too but the money is owed to
her lawyers, not to her.
Dodi Lynn, most beautiful of
the Latin (Juarter showgirls, is

being screen-tested by Para
mount, .Reporters who covered
tme most interesting New Aewev
story 'of the aummer might dig
up a front page atory if they
checked on whether or not a lo local
cal local cop was suspended recently
and if so, for what reason. .
When Diana Barrymore finished
her engagement in "A Streetcar
Named Desire" in Kennebunk Kennebunk-port,
port, Kennebunk-port, Me., she ilew straight to
Havana where Tennessee Wil Williams
liams Williams was waiting. Diana refers
to their relationship as "an I-

dylnc friendship."
Gwen Verdon, sufferinej from
an injured ankle, mined a
couple of performances of "Red "Redhead,"
head," "Redhead," in which aho's so scin scintillating,
tillating, scintillating, .Billy Rose's island
off the Connecticut coast is re referred
ferred referred to by noarby natives as
"Roseland", .It's boon appar apparent
ent apparent for quite while that San Sandra
dra Sandra Church's favorite beau was
composer Julio Styne, but she
just got around to sending back
the ring given to her by the
chap who was her sweetie dur during
ing during the rehearsals of "Gypsy"
a local press agent.
Ida Puente has a peppery re

ply to banaieaaer Tito Puente's

Dlaint that she was never mar

riea to mm and therefore has
no rignt to embarrass nim by

using his name. She claims s it
was his toirfmoniaw wne ior aev aev-enyears,
enyears, aev-enyears, anu bore him a child,
whose paternity ne assertedly aa-

mitted in court, bhc intended to

petition tne courts ior legal per

mission to use Puente as her

nrolessional name ior the sake

ot her six ycar-ow son, sne says

Dockej out there if they're not
careful.). .Candid quote from
Bette Davis: "It's pretty foolish
to become dependent on fan
mail when you know She sort of
people who write, most of it.".
The night club comedians hava
a new theme for gag material;
they do their own versions of
tht Nixon-Khrushchev "kitchen"
debate.
The big laugh at tho recent
sneak preview o "But Nor Per
Ma" came at tie very begin beginning
ning beginning when tho flicker utilised
a classic gag for tho action be behind
hind behind the title credits. As th
cast is listed, Clark Gable,
playing a dynamic Broadway
producer, is soon riding in hla

limousine. Tho telephone rings,
ho picks it up, and a few sec second
ond second later another bell it
heard; have to get; oft now,"
saya Clark, "my other phono la
ringing."
Glenn Ford has become inter interested
ested interested in Zen Buddhism, and
friends hope its emphasis on
tranquility will help nim work
out his tangled personal prob problems.
lems. problems. .Ex-Mayor Bill O'Dwyer
arrives next week from Mexico
to add sparkle to New York'i
summer festival. .The item a
linking Rhonda Fleming with
Harry Karl prove enly that
she's pretty, a girl, and a movia
star. .Four unwed young ladlea
in Havana are boasting about
the distinguished oaternity of
their expected babies.

The post ofiice is marvelouslyi
alert m spotting a ieuer maia
a traction ot an ounce over overweight
weight overweight (not to mention censor censoring
ing censoring spicy booKs) but ooesn'l. no notice
tice notice anything odd about an en envelope
velope envelope bearing a Nazi stamp. A
youtn in Day ion, v., btuw mui.
uuguzine a lutter addressed to
ils liclitious hero, Alfred K. Neu Neu-man,
man, Neu-man, and although the only
stamp on it was a Deulsches
rctdi model bearing linicr s pic picture,
ture, picture, and the back ot tne enve envelope
lope envelope bore a return address tor
Auolpli Hitler, it went through
the mails without a hitch.

The Las Vegas spois are about
lo install baccarat for the gam
bling fans. (They'll have Lady
,
Variety Program Set

For Jamaican Hall
Sunday Afternoon
A variety program will bt pre presented
sented presented at the Jamaican Society hal
Sunday aflernoon Aug. 30, under
the joint auspices of the Yming
People's Fellowship. Girls' Friend Friendly
ly Friendly Society and Acolytes Guifd of
SU Paul' Church, starting S:30?.
Musical and literary i:em by se several
veral several capable contributor! com comprise
prise comprise the program being sponsored
in aid of the candidacy of Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Knight, who the groups are
supporting aa daisy in a flower
contest of tho church.
Tickets are available from mem

after a four-day visit at the Brit-! hers of the three parish organize

ish naval base here. tiona. '

Inter-Island

Ship Capsizes
MANILA, (UPI) -An inter
island ship with mora than 100
rson aboard riptlred and sank
off tha northern coast of Palawan
Itland in tha western Philipnines
Thursday, reports reaching hare

today.
The reports aaid only seven per person
son person h've been rescued, so far
from tha ill fated 241-ton vessel
Pilar II, and more than 9S were
missing and feared drowned.
The Philippine Navy rushed the
patrol vessel "Bohol" to Ihe area
to !!' i Ihe fipt.'nK bo.it lonio
Ihe 12th seek more survivors.
Am SOS rr?sn T"p!vprt In
Manila said the fishing bo it
enynam Hfu win i trouble off
the fa ate wi Luion Coajt.
SUB VOYAGI "CLASSIFIID"
pnr.T','vn Engia"'' i:Ph -The
nuclear nowered I'.K. sub submarine)
marine) submarine) Skipjack left for a "rlasal-

(!'- (t e s t I n : t on l-nt r ht

The sale of the Riviera Hotel
in Las Vegas has been delayed
until the Nevada tax commission
surveys the deal. .Lenore Lem Lem-mon's
mon's Lem-mon's gayety at the Raintrea
the other night Indicated she'a
recovering from the shock that
followed the suicide of her fian fiance,
ce, fiance, George "Superman" Reeves.,.
Would-be managers are swoop swoop-in
in swoop-in gdown on Pepe Lara now that
he's become suoh a hit as tha
star of the Chateau Madrid show.
. .Bv autumn there'll be 27 vo vo-ca
ca vo-ca land instrumental albums of
the "Gypsy" score.
Nat King Cole has turned ta talent
lent talent scout and mentor for a 26-year-old
singer, Frank D'Rhone,
who also plays a jazz guitar. He
'hails from Providence, R. I., but
N,at dis.rvered him in Chica Chica-go
go Chica-go and was so impressed he's giv giving
ing giving the newcomer all kinds of ad advice
vice advice and help with everything
from his wardrobe to a new act.
. .Sterling Hayden has found
more than the tourist postera
promise in Tahiti he's got a
girl, Betsy Pickering, a former
New York model who has set settled
tled settled on the island paradise.

Jazz Musician
Held For Failure
To Sign as Addict
NEW YORK (UPI) -Jazz mus.
cian Gerry Mulligan was ar arraigned
raigned arraigned in federal court yesterday
on a chatgc failing to register a

a lormer narcotics addict when
he reentered this country June II
after a European concert tour.

Mulligan. 32, a composer and
tenor saxaphone player, was re released
leased released in his own recowitWi
pending a heiring on Sept. 22.
Mulligan is ch.4uled to begin
making a movie Monday in Hol Hollywood,
lywood, Hollywood, if convicted on fhe reila reila-tration
tration reila-tration charge, he could be aen aen-tenced
tenced aen-tenced to maximirm of three
years in prison and fined $1,000.

SUB LAUNCHING SIFT. 17
CRrtTON, Conn. UPI() The
second American nuclear subma submarine
rine submarine equipped to fire Polaris bal ballistic
listic ballistic missiles will b launched
Sept. 22, lt was announced today.
The 5,400-ton Patrick Henry in
due to become operational next
year, the Electric Boat Dlvlaion
of General Dynamics Corp. aaid.
The nation's first atomic Polarit
sub, the George Washington, alse
ia scheduled for -completion in
I960.



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Tne unitarian society
Sunday Services 10:30
Bldg. 362
incon Blvdi nd Mamey Plwe,
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Your Invitation to
liberal Ralfcion.
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111 Brule Road
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Sunday School
Morning Worship
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Evening Worship
Prayer Meeting "'
Study Each Wednesday...
Brotnrnood-l5l Monday
Each MonUl
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7:30 pm
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riKST HAPT1S1 CHUHCH
Balboa Halfhta. C I
(27 An eon Boulavard
Orawar aalboa Heih1
bona talboa 17(7
Wtlllm H Bacby. Futar
undy Ichool t:SJ a m
Morning Wonhip 10:45. a.m
Baptist Training Union .... 1:30 pm
IvangeUntie Strvtca 7:J0 p m
Prayer Meeting. Wedneeday. 7:00 p m
VMS Bible Study Thure-
day a
Men Brottierhood (La
Monday In month) o m
K1MT BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C Parker. Paitot
flunda achool ;4 am
Mornina V or.hip U 00 a.m
Baptist rralnlniT Union f 0 pjn
Kveninc Worship .. 7: p m
Brotherhood, Tuesdayt 7:00 oj
Prayer Services. Wednaedays 7:00 pm
WM.U Jst A ird rrldayt
O.A. A.. Sunbeama,
mday 8:30 Bm
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iNoD-Oenomlnatlonal Evangelistic
Meetings)
PANAMA CITV
Major Mrs. W. BlsKop
15 Vebruary Street. Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
fepvoy Mn. C U Motaley
Guiana Street
11:00 Hollnasa Meeting
COLON CINTRAL
It Captain A Mn. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone l Itt
11:00 Holiness Meeting
8:00 Sundsy School
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
SOLON THIRD STRUT
r. Captain S. Taylor
11 :00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
AINBOW CITY, C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill
J;00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
BALBOA
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Otfiea X-IMI
9.30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service Church
Time Story Hour (or Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Chureh-Tims
Cradle Roll and Nursery.
:00 p.m. Post High Fellowship.
:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. Junior High
fellowship.
1:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave, and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodora t. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Otfiea. S-IM1 Res. 3-14H
Sunday Services:
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 e.m. Morning Worship.
Nimer foi Infanta and email ehll
dren.
5:00 p.m. Junior. Fellowship.
:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary c
tlvltles and official meetings aa an announced
nounced announced from week to wee.
QAMBOA
Rev. Want M. Aldsrton, Pastoe
Off : 1-470 Rea-i (-130
9:30 a m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and wee-4ay sett
vitiM as announced.
Christian Scientist
Clutotlu adeaee Ck arch eg
Pint ebnrch ef Ckitet, BcJentlat, Aaeaa
MA Aaeon Boulevard
Sunday Servleaa 11:00 am. Sunday
School 9:30 a.m.
Wednesdsy 8:00 a m.
Reeding Room SOS Balboa, Road Open
daily except Sundays and holiday mm
4:30 to 11:30 am, and 1:80 te 8:00 p.m
Saturday: 9:80 to 11:30 a m.
Evening Houra 4:00 to 8:0( p.m. except
Wednesdays and Saturdaya,
FIBST CHURCH OP CHBIST
SCIENTIST, Cristobal
AH church services will be held In
the Ground Floor Room of the Maaonle
Temple In Cristobal (next door te the
Margarita Florist). Entrance I on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m,
Wednesdsy Evening Testimonial Meet Meet-In
In Meet-In I 8:00 o'clock.
Stmdey School la held at 9:30 a.m.
Reading Room Hours Monday 3:00
(a 4:00 pm. Wednesday ICOO te 7:11
T?u are ees-dlaltv krvited te attend
the servicer and 10 use the Reeding,
Room.

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ST. HABIT'S CHUKCH-ftalboa
Sunday Maaaee; 140. 1:00, 10:00 anc
11:00 a-i.
Hoty Day Maasaai IM (KM, 11 it ap
nd 5:00 pan
Canfeesioru; Saturday. 3:30 to :Vv
tai 7:00 v 1:00 p.ra Thursday, before
first Prtday: 7 W to COO pm
Miraculous MedaJ Novetia; IM PJO
in Mondays.
Catechism eiaasi aftar the 10 enaas
n Sunday
High School Study Club (do pa a
Wednesday
SACRED HEABT Aneaa
Sunday Masses: 10 A I SO a m
Holy Day masses Ml a.m an J :0
a.m
Coniesslonai Saturday 3:30 to :00 ano
i.l5 tn S:00 p.m. Thursday before Ti"
Friday f:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Davetiona: 1:00 DA or
Fridays
Catechism Class i S:U te 4:tt pa on
fhursday.
OUR LADT OP FATIMA Cuninda
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: 4:00 to (:4ft pm on Sat
urday
Catechism Claasi Saturday 1:10, te ll
am.
ST. JOSEPH Paralse
Sunday Masses at 1:00 and 1:11 a.m
Holy Day Mas at 4 00 p.m.
Weekday Masaea: :00 a m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 ant.
30 to 7:30.
Csihlm Claaat Sunday 1:00 te 4:M
o m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 7 :0U p.m
in Friday.
Convert Instruetlonat Thursday 1:(H
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ST. VINCENTS Panama City
Sunday Meases: 4 :00 and 1:30 a m
Holy Day Masaaa: 1:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses arc
t oo and 1:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 3:00 ano
COO to 8:00 p.m Thursdays before First
Friday 1:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
Hons of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After t:30 mass or
Sunday
rhursday
Convert Class. (JO p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S Coeelt
Sunday Mass: (JO am.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 a.m (It It tail
nn Saturday -8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 4:00 pm on
Monday.
Confessions: 4:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunday
ST, JOHN BAPTIST Dfc LA BALLS
Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses. .30' and 8:30 a.m.
Week Uaya Mass: :30 Mod, Thurs
Frt. and Sat, First Friday mass: :00 a.m
Holy Day Masses- 4:00 am to t:0l
p.m.
Confessional 3:30 to 4:30 end '7:00 It
s:uo pjn. on Saturday.
Mlraeulous Medal Novena I Friday :(H
p.m.
Catechism Class; S:30 p.m. on Sunday
all. rHEKESEaV 1 Hoc
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
Confession; Saturday :30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 4:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: 3:15 p m on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 1:00 pm. on
''convert Oasai 4:30 pm en Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Col6a
' Sunday Msssasi 5:45, 4:00 and :1S a.m
Holy Day Maasas: t:4t and 1:00 am
and 1 :45 P-ra.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to COO and
J:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculeua Medal Novenai Wednesday
:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart novena: anusy
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pm.
Convert Class! 7:15 p.m on Mondays
and Thursday
Catechism Class: sunaay iv.ia
11:45 am. 3:00 pm. to 4:00 pm.
First Frldsy Exposition of Most Bless Bless-ri
ri Bless-ri Sacrament all dav Heoosltion at C30
am. Saturday morning.
First Saturday uevotions to our iay
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 4:00 to
l ;w pm.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 1:00 snd 10:30 am.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. s:oo am, and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions i Saturday :w to :w ano
i:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eva-
tina.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:13 and
i :00 D.m. on Mnndav.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass on
Sundsv.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the school xeer.
First Saturday: Mass at 1:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:30, u:iu in.
First Ssturday Mass:
6:00 am
Weekday Masses:
Saturday .. 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masaes- 7:30 s.m.
Confession ... i:45 p.m to
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
' Benediction
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Friday.
1st Friday Devotions ...
1st. Ssturday Devotions .
8:00 am
8:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
5:15 p.m
4:45 p.m
1:00 p.m
7:30 p.m
7:00 p.m
7:00 p m
BT. VINCENTS Ita in bow City
Sunday Maaseiui 4:30 a.m. and 8:00
a.m.
Holy Day Maasaai 4:00 am and COO
a IB,
Confessions: 4:00 to 1 :00 and 1d0 te
8:00 am. Saturday.
Cateehlsm Class 1 10:48 am. en Sunday
Cerrvert Clese every Monday at 1 :00
nm.
Miraculous MadaJ Havana 1 taw am
B Tuesday.
Saereu Heart Hayanai I100 am. an
Friday.
IMMACULATB CONCEPTKN -Oaraa
titindav Masm 8:14 a.m
Holy Day Maef: iM pm.
Confessions; 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. en Set,
urday.
Catechism Close 4 -Of) e m en Mnndav
OUB LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
-Oaaibea
Sunday Maasaai 7.-M and 4:30 a.m.
Holy Day Maasaai 8:00 a.m. and COt
p.m
Confeaetons Saturday at 7 KM) pm and
uve an evening oevouuna.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7.-00 pm
an Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novenai 7:00 p.m or
Friday,
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. en Sunday
Religious Inatruetlon Clsss for Chi)
r.'.i" : Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adulta (Con
ducted ta Bpanlshli f m p.m aa Men
day. .'
Convert Instructions by appointment.

Episcopal

Tha at Rev A Hebet lieeeea. S T D
The Very Rev. Main en i Petersen,
ST B. Dean
4MIUK
THR CATHEDRAL Of ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 ajn Holy Communion.
;1 am Church School (Holy Com
munion Jrd Sunday i
0:30 am. Santa Communion. 3rd tun
day
Cfcuels Uomintcai S:1f u
11NM s.m Morning Prayer and Bar
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:00 p.m. Evening Service.
WEDNESDAYS
j .30 a w. Holy Communion.
' :fJ o r Ivenlna Prayer.
MOtY DAYS
4:00 am Holy Communion,
I'M m Holy Communion.
DAILY
am. Momlng Prayej.
:00 Mi. da) Misaionary Prayer
cocou
Church of St. Andrew
Tha Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Prigst in Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer. assistant
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7 :30 a.m
Family Morning Prayer, Church School
(f amily fcucnanjt second
Sunday) .. S:1S a.m
Morning Prayer end Sermon
Holy Communion First
Sunday I 11 :t0 a.m.
Evening Prayer tyLayreaders 7:30 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 9 30 a.m.
Evenaong, choir practice .. 7:30 p.m.
Chapel of St. Clare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Third Sunda.v
(Holy Communion as announced)
COBOEAL
Chapel of The Uood Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest In Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 e m Morning Prayer.
IH.C first Friday ascb Month)
QAMBOA
SI Simon's Chinch
rhe Rev John Spesr Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and 8ar
SUNDAYS
mon 7 :00 a.m
Church School 3:00 p m
Bpiscopsl Young Churchman 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 1:00 am
Evenins Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion
7:00 a m
Morning frayer ..
Evening Prayer ...
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist ".'
Office of Compline
1:00 a m
7:00 p es
i I
C30m
9.00 pm
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Prleat In Chargs
Mornina Prayer and Churcn
School 9:00 am
mon 10:au am
Confirmation Clasn 8:30 s m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 1:30 p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Women's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holv Communion 9:00 a n.
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van, L. B. Shirley. Priest la Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
. Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 s.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday ol
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAVr
il:00 a.in. Choral Eucharist aermor
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 mi) Church School
5:00 p.m Youth Fellowship
7 00 m. Evensong end Address.
2nd afld 4th WEDNESDAYS
i JO Bin Woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
Bt Paul's Church
rhe Vcn. Lemuel B. Shirley, Sector
BUNDAl.
8:00 am. Holy Communion
9 00 a.m Sung Eucharist e Sermon
10:45 s m Morning Prayer and Ghurcr,
School
i3:00 nuct Holy Baptism
7 00 r..m Solemn vespera
Iheio lr Building 131)
TUESDAYS
8:30 a m Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
4 :00 t m Holy Communlc
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
ThURtuiA Yb AND FRIDAYS
8:30 1 ro Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
4 00 s.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SFA
Colon, R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J Peter Firmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. bolemn Evennong Si Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 e.m. Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY d THURSDAY
8:40 e m. Morning Prayer
8:00 am. Holy Commurucst
8:00 pm. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
8:40 sm. Morning Prsyer
8:00 s.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prsyer A Addreea
FRIDAY
8:40 s.m. Morning Prsyer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prsyer
9:00 s.m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY
8:40 a.m, Morning Prayer
6:00 a sa. Holy Commtinloa
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Office of Compline.
BIO ABAJO
BL Christopher's Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Bev Clarence W Hayes.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragweB.
Assistant
SUNDAYS
8:00 am. Holy Communion.
7:30 am Bung Eucharist and Btrason.
10:30 am. Morning Prayer and Church
11:00 noon Srykaptlm.
8:30 pm Evenaong and Barman,

MONDAYS
1 M am 1st end 3rd, Beaun's Ami.
, liary.
TUESDAYS
(J am Punier Daughters el tne
. Aing- ,v
1:30 pm. Vouth Fellow skip.
WEDNESDAYS
1:00 a aa Holy Communion
I OU am Evening Prayer and Raliglouo
Instnictlana.
1'HUASDAYS
1:00 a at Girls Friendly Society.
4 00 p.m 1st and 3rd. glraletana,
aATURPAYS
I JO am Junior Confirmation Class

Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE JtAZABENB
44o rrangipani St. Aucuu. CJ
Rev. Elmer O Nelaea. Paster
Boa 397 Balboa. C.Z. tm 3 8(0
Sundsy School 8:45 am
UatbKim AAptfiM IA 11 a
Youth Service 4:44 pm
Evangelistic Service
nee 7:10 pm
Wed. ... IM pm
rreyer service.
METHODIST
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Waaley.
" 10:30 am Sunday School.
7:13 p.m, Evangeuaal Service
ana sermon,
Sunday 1 a.m. Paraiso
" 10 a.m. Paraiso SUndsy School
" 1:13 pm. Paraiao Evangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 19th 9 a.m. Rev. Victor
Jonn Watson B.D. 1 pm. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday. Oct. 20th 4:30 D.m. Prepa
ration Class. Mr. Ceo. Mitchell. 1:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, uct zist 730 pm, Oiria
League. Mrs. A. King.
rriday rsu p.m. inoir rracuce.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mt. Hope, Canal Zona
(across from Mt. Hope R.R. Station)
Rev. James H. Jonas, Pastor
Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
Phone 3-2470
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:45 a m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer and Praise Service 1:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BATTISl CHURCH
Panama K.P.. 33rd Street Eaat
stev k. M Brewa. Minister
Divine Worship ,. :30 a.m
JMl 5;l l eamspi epun
ui 00: 1 pung
Rio Abajo, BJ.
Sunday School
8:00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 pm ana
unav si :w pm wirs memorial
infi Balbvs Road. Balboa
a.
Kingdom Hall Diablo Heights, CI
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4:00 c m
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs
days, t:u p.m.
Service Meeting Thursdays. 8:00 p.m.
CHURCH OP JK8US CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chspel on 8a I boa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 4:30 a.m
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday C00 p.m
Relief Society, Tueaday 9:00 am.
MIA, Wednesday 7:30 pm.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Scbooihouse Road, Gatun
Sunday school. Sunday :3V e.m
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton H. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res 83,7118 Of. 83-lf)8
Sunday SMiool ,u f 9:K am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship .,, 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m
Prsyer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey ta provided.
OLD CATHOLIt CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West Na I
Holy Eucharist: Sunday a', I'M am
ruesdaya, Wadnesdava and Vhursdav,
, 30 am.
Sacrament 01 Unction (Haailng star
vice) First Sunday tl each month a
:I0 pm
Meaal HaUbet. Carkrttaa CbareB
Panama A, P.
Rt He T ernes D. D Blabap
officiaUng
Morning devotion 4:00 a.m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Sundav School 3:00 p.m.
CHRIST ADELPH1AN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena, ColAn
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture 7:30 p.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Claas 1:30 pm.
BAHAI'B CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanization El Carmen, Panama City
ir.tormai Talk and Discussion
Thursdays 8:00 pm
Colon, 8th A Front Street
(BBstalrs American Baaaar)
Study Classsa Thursdays, 7 JO pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paraiao, C.E.
Rev Waidaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7J0 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday 1 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. CHURCH OP'CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave.. Cristobal, C.Z.
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Classes .,
Morning Worship and
Communion
Evening Worship ...
WEDNESDAY
10:00 a.m.
11:6ft a m
7:30 p.m
Herald of Truth
HOK 8:48 9:I5a.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study ... 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
questions and Answers 8:48 9:18
HOK, Col6n, R.P.
You will receive a warm welcome at
each of our services.
-CHURCH OP GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdqtrs.!
Cleveland, Tennessee
CHURCH OF GOD Balboa, C.Z.
Wlrz Memnrla Bldg.
808 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamfcoa 428
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 4 30 p.m
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m
CHURCH UP GOD Psrslso. C.Z.
No. 4 Paraiso Rosd
Information: Phone Paraiso (33
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Yauth Sarvlee 4 JO p.m
SVangellstle 7 30 p.m
CHURCH OP QOD ate Abajo, PaU.
15th Street, Parque Lefevre
Suidsy Service 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Evangelistic 7 30 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Chorrllle, Pma.
No. 4-144, nth Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:30 am
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP C.on Oslunclllo. PnU.
Translsthmlan Highway, (Jstunclllo
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 e.m.
EvangeflsUo i 00 p m.
CHURCH OP GOD Santa Rita, Pm.
Translsthmlan Highway, Santa Rita
' Sunday fcrhool and
Morning Service 13 noon
Evangeflirtle 1:00 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Catlvl, Penami
Trsnststhmlah Highway, Cstiva
Sunday School and
Morning Bervtee 11 :00 a.m
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m

CHOUECH OP COD Calaa, Puumt
(th Street near Jaeitndes Ave.
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10 00 a m
BvangeiUtia 1:00 prr,
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, C I,
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1008, Diablo Heights. C Z.
Phones: Home Balboa 3231
Church Balboa 4171
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
. Worahip Service 11:00 a m.
Youth Service 4 Ml p.m
Friday 1 Bible Study 7 00 p.m

Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
-Balboa Road at Wight Street
Bev. Arthur V. Meyer, Paster
P.O. Box (44, Balboa, C I.
1:00 a m. Sunday School and Biblt
Class
10:18 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, first Sunday
of tha menth.
Allaatlc Side
COCO SOLO CHAPEL
Mr. Hilbert W. Rlemer, Vicar
10:11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible
Class
11 :00 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, last Sunday
of the menth.
Jewish
Jew ten Welfare award Mia iu-a 1
auca Aoau Balboa. C E. Rabbi Nathet
wttklii Uirsctor.
ServlCo- Friaav. I JO a.m aaturaav
:3( pm
(Sea aa Ustlnaa 01 Jewish larvm.
jn?er Poet. Bases and Stationai.
Conareganea K.01 Shearith Israel. Avt
nioa Cubs and 34th Street Bella Vlsts
Pi nam City Service 8:00 pm
Posts and Bases
PAC1HC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday School 9
on
Morning Worship .. I0:ou
10
10
11
Lhurch-tlme Nursery School... 10 Oil
Fellowship Hour ........ 11.DU
FORT KOBBE
Fellowrhip Hour li;00
Dslly Msss 8:00
Sundsy Masses.. 8:00 (:l & 11:45
Confession Saturday. . 8:00 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundsy School .. .. (:3n
Morning Worship 11:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
rORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth Fellowship Sundsy .... 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 9:3t)
Youth Fellowship A ;ao
Adult Bible Class Mondsy .. 7:30
Young Peoples Instruction
Tuesdsy ,. 8:30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship .. 9
I Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass
:l!t
Ssturday Mass
Sunday Masses 8:30 it
Novenn Servioes Thursday .
Confessions Saturday .. 6:20 -FORT
KOBBE
Daily Maaa ....
Sunday Mse 1:00. 9;15 4
Confessions Saturday 4:00 Ji
Catechism Class Wednesday
8:00
11:00
7:00
7:30
4:15
11:43
t:.io
4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass
..9:30
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass
Saturday Mass
Sundsy Mass
Confessions Saturday. ., 6:00
COROZAL
Sunday Mass
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dslly Mass
Saturday Mass
Sundsy Mssses 7:45 A
Sundsy Mass iSpsnlah)
Novena Services Tuesdsy
Confessions Saturdsy. 7:00
4 n
7:00
8:30
7:30
10:30
3:45
7:00
IMS
7:00
4:1ft
00
Jewish
Fort Knbbe Saturday 2:00
USO-JWB, Balboa-Friday .... 7:30
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB, Balboa Saturday .. 5:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 1 1 00
Coffee Call 10 40
Church Nursery 10:30
Catholic
FORT CUL1CK
Daily Mais 4 10
Saturday Mass 11:30
Sundsy Masses . 8:30, 9:30 ii ft 00
Confessions Saturday 1J00
6:30 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesdsy 7:18
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services In aU churches
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbsth School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prsyer Service
7 40 p.m
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor P R. Archbold Tel. 18-3-3890
Cseo Verde. Ave. J F. de Is Oasa No
17.
Chorrlllo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 27
Gamboa and Frijoles
Paator W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A Grille Tel. 4-102
Spanish t'hurrhes Psrific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncaila Tel. 28-3-6175.
Panama, Calle Darlen No. 8.
Pedregal a Niievn (Tieiare.
Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A Jeffries Tel. 8-2103
CrlMobsl EiisliMi ISIli It Bollvsr
Ave.
Colon 3rd St.
Psslor Msniifl f'alderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish 16th gi Bolivar
Ave.
Central Olfke
0(44 Gavilsn Road. Balboa Tel.
3-1359 2-3531
THE CHURCHES OF GOD
General Offtees .Anderses, Indiana
Rev. Wis. Livingston Rupervteor
The Church of Goi
16th St iMnnte Oseurn Rd I Rio Absln
Rev. W. J. Johnson Patter
Sunday School (:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:80 am.
Sunday Night Service ... 7:30p.m.
The Chuch ef Ged
7038 Eighth Street
Mrs I,, c. Donaldson, Pastes Pastes-Morning
Morning Pastes-Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
'Sunday School 9 SO a.m
Sunday NIkM Service 7:15 p.m
The Church of God
New Providence
Mrs. M. lllnes, Paster
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Flrsi Church ( God
Cor. Jamaica Trinidad St.
Rainbow City, C.Z.
- Rev. Wat. Lrrlngsten, Pastor
lev. W. Oreadleon, Asee. Pester
Sunday School 9:80 a.m
Morning Worship 16:90 sm
Sunday Night Service .... 7:80p.m.

IURUIE5

UNION CHURCH
Mararlt4
THI McClg'-'-tNC. TO II
HONOR ID
At a Pot Lutl 1 v I u 8 h.l p
Supper Sunday at 3:30 p.m., the
.Uoij. r. 1.. L'.,ion v. .11.
will honor Its chairman, E. F.
-MtCleiUnd ...J i.mi.y vi.u re
leaving Aug. 29 to lakt up the r
iiinv reside. in' ,11 Hanoui, "!.
where McClelland will servt is
!he extfi i.vg secretary of Ih
USO-YMCA.
"Untteisiund nj; T H H O U Li nl
LOVE will be the theme of
itev ilei t'y ti'jai.. nan 'g i'onclud-1
in meitagp at interim pastor of
Sunday morning worship ger-;
vices will be held at the usual i
liour.-v : 3:'.,'i .n-. ,11 v'(ica Solo
and 11 a.m. in Mgrgarit.
ine ..iiinwiiiD Sunday. Re.'. J
W. Umkemann, of the American
B:!!f hocictj-, w I enndue' :nc
services. Paslor Theodore Frank-
n w I1 return the first week in
September.
On Tuesday rvenine at 7 : 3(1
p.m. K. W. Shirley will present
an illustrated Ipciurp nn "Ja
pan" at the mon'hly meeting of
he Women's Auxiliary- Mrs F
luabeth Livingston will conduct
me evening devo'ions.
ST. PAUL'S
Panama City
Classes started at St. Paul's
Church recently for the sacrament
of Holy Confirmation continue to
ncrease in membership, lnsiruc-
tions are Riven separately to adults
each Wednesday evening at 7:M
and to children 10 o'clock on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday mornings.
Services scheduled for tomorrow
will begin with Holy Communion
at 6 a.m. Another celebration at
9 will be choral with sermon bv
the recotr. Archdeacon Lemuel P.
Shirley. Matins are listed for 8: 8:-30,
30, 8:-30, also at 10: 45 in Spanish before
the Church School session, and
evensong at 7 p.m.
As a feature of the choral Ku Ku-charlst,
charlst, Ku-charlst, which will be attended by
the Women's Activity Club in
thanksgiving, members of the
Knights of St. Paul will make
their monthly corporate commu communion.
nion. communion. During the coming week, holy
communion will be celebrated fi
s.m. Monday, commemorating the
feast of St. Bartholomew, the
Apostle, also the same hour
Wednesday and 8:30 a.m. Friday.
The Girls' Friendly Society will
meet 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary No. 1 on Werines Werines-dayy
dayy Werines-dayy evening at 7:30.
Parishioners are invited to at attend
tend attend g motion picture,, in Bishop
MorMmi fefnhVOacViwirgl-of St.
Luke 7 p.m. Tuesday and another
nieture ln St. Paul's (Jnurcn 7 p.m
Friday, both of which are hasei
on the teachings of the church.
BAPTIST
Cocoli
The Rev. James W. Nelson Is
visitine the Canal Zone at h pres present
ent present for the purpose of prearhinp a
revival at the Cocoli Pantisi
Church tomorrow and ending Aug.
30- ,
The Rev. Nelson is a resident or
Picayune, Miss., where he is Pas Pastor
tor Pastor of the Goodyear Bantist
Church. Hi( wife. Mrs. Anna Dorid
Nelson, originally of Boa?. Ala.,
and their six children remained m
the States.
During his evangelistic services
at the Cocoli Baptist Church he
will preach on several different
subject. Some of the subieets
are: "Taking A Journey, r.v r.v-erybody's
erybody's r.v-erybody's Saviour." "Heaven, Our
Home" nd "An Interview With
Men of Old." The public Is Invited
and urged to attend all of these
services. The times for the Sunday
morning services will e 11 a.m.
and evening services will begin at
7:30 each night.
Ixplerer Cabinet Seeks
Srta Par Rendezvous
Officers of th. newly formed
Explorer cabinet, trying to se se-lcf.
lcf. se-lcf. a site for next month s I'-x-plorer
rendevous, are giving two
ii-s top priority in their think thinking.
ing. thinking.
o consideraUon is now be being
ing being given to a trip to either the
-e ,!.-. s ls!i-:'f.s tr ;' up
the Chagres River.
Tl Kxolorer ntwir!. i re-en.
creation of the Canal Zone Boy
Sro:'l ; 0 iit-iI. .-! recent
meeting eliminated several sug suggestions
gestions suggestions as n "here "" ,"f"; ,"f";-dervous
dervous ,"f";-dervous should be held on Sept.
19 ?nd 2:0.
Attendiril the meeting were
Hirum Sesrcy. sdvfsrr if Pmt "T;
Ted Bembenek, ehsirmsn of the
Cshinet; .rnhn Searrv. vice chs-r-mgi);
secretary John Turner,
John Eberenz, scout exrc -i t i v e
Dan Daniels, and Budd Haber Haber-BtlrVr.
BtlrVr. Haber-BtlrVr. chairman of 'he council's
gctivitles committee with which
the cabinet works.
FRANCO SPIARS WHALE
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain (UPI)
4 30- on -hile "W.)'-'1'! b" 'f n
'eralissimo Francisco Franco was
i i
(the Spanish Warship Nervion. Tile
M"hale ivas the: cond -nivl'i bv
Frarifo this month In fishing ex ex-Mitinna
Mitinna ex-Mitinna aboard his varht. A'r.
'The Nervion uauslly accompanies
the Azor on Its fishing missions.

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1

A NiW ARRIVAL in the Canal Zone, Sp.5 Donald F. Lawrence, ..
has been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for outstanding;
service during his previous tour of duty. Lawrence, now chief
cjerk at the U.S.. Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick, received
the certificate from Col. Cecil, Himeg, Atlantic Area commanded
and ConisYtandant Of the school. He earned the award while sery
ins as chief clerk and operations sergeant of the 82nd Airborn
Division Jump School, Fort Bragg, N.C., where he was a mem
ber of the 3rd U.S. Army Augmentation Unil (Airborne) (Field) (Field)-A
A (Field)-A veteran of the Korean Conflict. Lawrence holds the Senior
Paraahutist Badge, signifying more than 30 jumps. (U.S. Army
Photo) V

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LEAVES GOVERNMENT SEfcVICI Col. John C Nickerson
Jr., US Army Caribbean Ordnance officer, offers best wishes-to
James D; Luddy as he retires after more than 35 years of Fed!
eral employment. Enlisting in the US Army Air Corps in 1934,'
Luddy was assigned to the 1st Depot Squadron, then on duty at
France Field, as crew chief and observer in the flight and test
group. Honorably discharged in August 1939, Luddy then enter entered
ed entered government service as a civilian with the Panama Air Depot,
France Field, where he held the post of senior aircraft and en engine
gine engine inspector until February 1944. He transferred to the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Section, where jie has remained as chief of the shipping
sectfofi stoirags biJanrh. Luddy, his wife and two fjsughters, will '.
make their home in Orlando, Fla. (US Army Photo)

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NXWSPAPEk
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American League Leaders
Winning On Singles Alone
By' MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UPI) r- The White Sox
are working on their first pennant in 40 years and,
brother, they're doing it the hard way almost
entirely with singles.

Whan it nmAc 1ft hitline home
TT Uril 11 v uui' o "
th White Sox are low men.
on-the American League totem
pole, but when it comes down to
winning games on singles, they can
give lessons to everyone.
That's their particular specialty
and thev demonstrated it for the
umpteenth time this season when
they defeated the Senators, 5 4. last
night to preserve their 2V4 game
lead over the second-place In
dians.
The White Sox collected nine
hit in their win over Washington.
Eieht of those hits were singles
Th nnlv extra base blow wa
a I
double by'Bubba Phillips.
Pineh-hitter John Romano's
tingle with the bases loaded in
the sixth inning put the White
Sox ahead, 4-3, and singles by
Jim Uandis and Phillips sand sandwiched
wiched sandwiched around an infield out
produced what proved to be the
winning run in the seventh.
Gerry Staley, who worked only
one inning in relief of starter Dirk
Tlnnman Dirked UD his 7th vic
tory. Chuck Stobbs was the loser.
The Indians blanked the Orioles,
5-0; the Tigers beat (he Red Sox,
2-0, and the Yankees defeated the
Athletics, 9-7, in other AL games.
The Giants increased their Na National
tional National League lead to 22 games
with a twi night sweep over the
Phillies, 6-0 and 10-6; the Dodgers
edged the Pirates. 6-5; the Reds
topped the Cardinals, 2 1, and rain
washed out the Braves-Cubs' game
with Chicago leading 1-0 in the
third inning.
Southpaw Jack Harshman, a
Baltimore discard, held his former
Orioles teammates to three hits in
nitrhine Cleveland to victory. The
Indians, who had not beaten Skinny
Brown in more than a year, scored
four runs off him in the first in
ning to ciincn tne outcome. Jim
Baxes' double with the bases ari
ed sparked the rail.
Paul Foytack's four-hit pitching
and Al Kaline's two-run homer led
Detroit to .victory over Boston.
Foytack struck out eight batters in
Winning his 12th game and Kaline
took care of all the scoring when
he hit his 22nd home run. with
Harvy Kuenn fejbase in the third,
inninf. Victim jfcf Valine's homer
was Bill Monbouqttette, who suffer suffered
ed suffered his fifth loss.
Hector Lopez rapped out four
hits against his ex-Kansas City
teammates in helping the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to their victory. One of Lo Lopez'
pez' Lopez' hits was his 18th homer
with one man aboard. Duke
Maas, another KC grad, pitched
the first five innings and was
credited with his 12th win.
Bob Turley hurled effectively in
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Rvne Duren had to
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Mans to pop up with tne
bases loaded for the final out oi
the game. Rip Coleman was the
loser.
Left handers Johnny Antonelli
and Mike McCormick pitched the
Giants to .their doubleheader
sweep over the Phillies. Antonelli;
scored his 17th victory and fourth
shutout with an eight-hitter to beat
Hobin Roberts in the opener. The
(iiant soutnpaw aiso conuiuuieu a
homer.
McCormick gained his 11th
trmmoh in the nightcap although
i. rtr, J hn.l on1
ne Will in IMC WUgirt; iiri
needed relief from Stu Miller in the
s-venth. The Giants broke the
game open with a seven-run rally
in the fourth, highlighted by Wil Willie
lie Willie Mc('ovey's two-run triple. Ray
Semproch was the loser.
The Dodgers has to come from
behind with a four-run rally in the
seventh to beat the Pirates. Pinch
singles by Gil Hodges and Duke
Snider formed the nucleus of the
rally that gave Los Angeles a 5-3
lead. The winners added their fi final
nal final run in the ninth when pinch
hitter Carl Furillo grounded out
with the bases loaded. Johnny Po Po-drcs
drcs Po-drcs posted his 11th win and Ron
nie Kline siinereo. nis isui iua..
Bonus baby Jay Hook stopped tn?
Cardinals on nve nus m psui's
his third triumph for the Reds. The
only run he allowed was a first in
ning homer by Joe Cunningham.
Ro'h of Cincinnati's runs came in
the fifth on four singles off Larry
Jackson.
3-Way Picnic Day
Al Gamboa Gym
Next Tuesday
Diablo, Balboa and Ancon
children will get together next
Tuesday morning for a three-way
"Picnic Day" at the Gamboa
gvm.
There will be all sorts of games
and athletic activity: tug o'war,
softball, running races, water
polo, competitive swim mine;,
archery, volleyball, etc., and
other contests.
Parents can go to get ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the persons who
have been handling their kids
during the summer vacation re recreation
creation recreation prgoram. The parents
may even get challenged to a
game of something.
There will be busses for the
trip to and from the Gamboa
Gym.
TOMORROW
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Hec Lopez Clouts
Four Hits To Join
Top Ten In A.l

KANSAS CITY, Aug. -(UPI)
Panama's Hector Lopez bang bang-ad
ad bang-ad out four hits in fivt tripi to
the plate i nthe Yankees 9-4 win
over the A' last night.
The pride of aPnama, who is
presently hitting .288 for the
World Champions also had two
rbi's. His stickwork last night
moved him back among the top
ten hitters in the American
I eague.
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based en 325 Official at Bats)
National League
G AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Milwau. 118 483 94 180 .373
Cun'ham, St. L. 115 363 48 124
Pinson, Cinci. 123 519 108 174
342
335
319
Temple, Cinci.
Cepeda, S. F.
Boyer, St. L.
Robinson, Cin.
White, St. L.
118 473 85 151
120 481 77 153
121 456 68 144
121 452 86 143
119 448 65 139
318
316
316
310
306
Banks, Chicago 120 454 78 139
Mays, S. F.
119 456 94 138 .303
American League
I Kuenn
Detroit
107 425 75 149 .351
112 358 54 116 .324
104 398 72 130 .327
Woodling
Kaiine j
Balti.
Detroit
Fox,
Chicago
120 49- 68 157 .320
Runnels, Boston 117 448 75 142 .317
Mihoso, Cleve. 118 452 75 137 .303
Power, Cleve.
117 476 88 142 .298
Tuttle, K. C.
114 422 66 125
115 430 63 124
92 330 46 95
296
288
288
Lopez, N. Y.
Cerv, K. C.
Runs Batted Tn
National League
Banks, Cubs 115
Robinson, Reds 106
Aaron, Braves 97
Bell, Reds 97
Mathews, Braves 83
Cepeda, Giants 83
American League
Killebrew, Senators 94
Colavito, Indians 90
Jensen, :nea aox
Maxwell, Tigers 79
Malzone, Red Sox 7T
Home Runs
National League
Banks, Cubs
Mathews, Braves .
Aaron, Braves
Robinson Reds
.... 37
.... 34
.... 33
.... 28
Cepeda, Giants 25
American League
Killebrew, Senators 37
Colavito, Indians 35
Allison, Senators 28
Maxwell, Tigers 27
Lemon, Senators 26
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 14 or More Decisions)
W L Pet
Face, Pirates 15 0 1.000
Antonelli. Giants 17 7 .708
Antonelli, Giants
.708
.682
Drysdale, Dodgers
Law, Pirates .
Newcombe, Reds
15 7
14 7
11 6
.667
.647
National League
Shaw, White Sox 12 4
Pappas, Orioles .... 13 5
McLish, Indians .... 15 6
Wynn, White Sox .... 16 7
Ford, Yankees 13 6
San Lorenzo Trip
Set For Labor Day
By Bethel Mission
.750
.722
.714
.696
.684
A picnic to San Lorenzo, which
was previously postponed, has now
been set for Monday, Sept. 7 by
the Bethel Mission Church in Pa
raiso.
Fort San Lorenzo, locaM on the
Atlantic side snd is now one of the
Isthmian centers of attractions for
tourists.
Friends of the church who had
nlanned to visit the historic old
fort and other's who would like to
make the trip are asked to secure
their ticket early from any mem member
ber member of the church.
The nutine is a benefit planned
hv the Church Council in aid of
the church's building program.
Buses are, scheduled to leave the
Bethel Mission Church at 7:30 s.m.
and from the Shaler Road at T
TODAY ENCANTO-35
Richard Wldmark In
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Jim Davis in
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Navy Stops Clayton; Al brook
Ties Up PAF Basketball Race

If the PAF basketball race ends
in a tie on Tuesday, between the
Clayton Cavaliers and Albrook
Flyers, you can blame the whole
thing on the Navy All-Stars. Beaten
by every club in the league in including
cluding including the league cellar dwelling
Atlantic Falcons, the Stars have al also
so also managed to whip every- team,
and always when U countea.
It counted very much last night
on their home court, at least 'for
the Clayton Cavaliers, but the
"spoilers" did it again, 71-66. All
this was going o while the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Flyers were fighting a last
ditcti rally by the Amador Troop Troopers
ers Troopers down to an 84 83 victory in the
last S3 seconds, on a jump shot by
Lloyd Hopwood.
Only one week ago on the Clay Clayton
ton Clayton court, the Stars were beaten by
the Cavaliers 75-48, but when
they're playing at home, look out.
No one knows the boards at the
Rodman gym better than Bernie
Devers, Mel,vin Wilt, and Walt Bell
not even the league leading Caval Cavaliers,
iers, Cavaliers, with big Boh Richardson un

Qualifying For Panama Club's
Dunlop Tourney Ends Sunday

By TED WILBER
The qualifications for the se seventh
venth seventh annual Dunlop Golf Tourney
will finish up Sunday evening at
the JPanama Golf Club, the Tour Tournament
nament Tournament Committee reminded all
players yesterday.
The Dunlop Tourney, one of the
oldest and also one of the most
popular annual club tournaments
at the Panama Golf Club, this year
opens up a new tournament for
the ladies. The women's flight in
the 1959 Dunlop is open to all
Isthmian tomen golfers, in which
prizes will be presented to the
medalist, the winner and runner runner-up.
up. runner-up. In two men's flights, the cham championship
pionship championship flight will consist of the
32 low qualifying males in theO-
11 handicap group, and the sec
ond flightwill consist of the 1
low qualifiers in the 12-24 handi
cap group.
The prizes in the tournament will
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The second major league All
Star Game, played in Los Ange
les, can be viewed over the Carib
bean Forces Television Network
this week. In addition the game
of the day will be broadcast from
New York over the radio waves
The complete sports schedule in
cludes:
RADIO (BASEBALL)
Sunday, August 23 New York
vs Chicago, 1:30 p.m.
Monday, August 24 No Game.
Tuesday, August 25 No Game
Wednesday, August 26 Wash Washington
ington Washington vs Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 27 Boston
vs Chicago, 1:30 p.m.
TV
Sunday, August 23 Baseball,
3:45 p.m.. Chicago vs Cincinnati.
Wednesday, August 26 Wed
nesday Night Fight, Rudell Stitch
vs Rudy Sawyer, 10 p.m.
Thursday, August 27 Fight of
the Week, Johnny Gonsalves vs
Len Matthews, 10 p.m.

BALBOA
STARTS SEPTEMBER 5th!

' jrr y.i
TODAY
T I VOL I
15c. tOc.
NO NAME ON
THE BULLET
with Audle Murphy
Also: -MONEY,
WOMEN
AND GUN
with Jock' Mahoney

der the boards, and Skip Kroege
and his 30.1 scoring average in the
back-court. k
Until last night's upset defeat,
th"Cvaliers were headed for the
league title, with the Flyers the on only:
ly: only: ones with a mathematical

chance of over taking tnem. tar
the Flyers to win the crown,, it
meant two Clayton defeats and
two Flyers wins. The first hatf of
that was taken care of Last night
by the Stars who have really lived
up to their name this year after
winning only two games in PAF
, play last year.
Albrook almost blew their chance
for their second consecutive title
at Amador. The Troopers were
down 22-8 after the first, period
and 'Were on the short end of a
42:39 score at half time. It was a
usual games for the Troopers who
ha dwon only four during the year
the heigh of the Flyers was too
much for them, and the shooting
of forward, Ray Crawford was
still off.
consist of a prize for the medalist
in each flight, the winner, and the
runner up. Several additional
prizes are being offered by Agen
da Doel, the sponsor of the tour
nament. These will be special
prizes to be selected by the spon spon-sorpersonally.
sorpersonally. spon-sorpersonally. and willbefor cer certain
tain certain accomplishments on the
course during the tournament.
In the 1958 tournament, 107 golf golfers
ers golfers endeavored to qualify for the
96 spots in the three flights. Since
that tournament, over 50 new mem
bers have been added to the rolls
of the male members at the Pa-
Sports Briefs
HOOVER TO MAKE AWARD
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UPI)..
Former President Herbert Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover has accepted art invitation to
present the Davis. Cup to the, na nation
tion nation winning the challenge round
at Forest Hills stadium on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Aug. 30. Australia meets de defending
fending defending champion United States
in the challenge round this year.
VENDETTA WINS RACE
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. Y.-(UPI)
(UPI) Y.-(UPI) Vendetta caught up to
the leaders after clearing the fi fi-al
al fi-al obstacle at Saratoga Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and went on in the straight straightaway
away straightaway to win the $13,975 Promise
Hurdles Stakes in track record
time. The 3-year-old gelding nego negotiated
tiated negotiated the mile and five-eights in
3:05 flat, beating the old mark of
3:06 3-5 set last year by Cham Cham-bourg.
bourg. Cham-bourg. LYLES TO WAND L
LEXINGTON. Va. (UPI)
Joseph Francis Lyles, former St.
Louis University athlete and a
member of the Billiken basket basketball
ball basketball team which won the National
Invitation Tournament in New
York in 1948, has been named
baseball coach at Washington and
Lee University. Lyles played mi
nor league baseball in the old St.
Louis Browns' organization from
1949 to 1953.

Ka.'VVW'Wr -if

raGAtfEGs TODAY

CAPITOLIO
35c. ... 20c.
Spanish Program!
CAFE COLON
Pedro Armend&rlz
- Also:
YO,
EL AVENTURERO
with Tony Aguilar

VICTORIA
i5o. ..:
El Valle de Los
Desaparecidoa
Chapters 4 8
UNTAMED CHAIN
DAKOTA MEN

Only guard Jo Jacobs was his
usual self, at least until the second
half when the Troopers looked like
the league leaders. Jacobs dropped
in 12 point during tine third period,
and crawford 11 in the final 10
minutes erf play as they scored 54
points in the second half. Only
Hopwood's last second jumps shot
saved a possible chance at the
title for them.
The Cavaliers and Flyers both
have identical 14 5 marks, now
with the Cavaliers the best bet to
come out on top. They have the
Atlantic Falcons to play in their
last game while the Flyers must
f ce the Navy All-Stars on Monday
night. The game will be at Albrook
where the Flyers are best, but
make no bets on the outcome, not
wiUi tht Stars playing.
If the Flyers win and the Caval Cavaliers
iers Cavaliers defeat the Falcons, the league
will end in a tie forcing a playoff
game between the two. If the Stars

win over the Flyers, it will be all
Clayton by themselves.
nama Club, and it is exjected that
the number of players attempting
to qualify will exceed the 1958 num number,
ber, number, especially in the ladies'.
Capt. Charlie Kade of Albrook,
who took over the field to win the
1958 Dunlop Tourney, is expected
to be on hand for the 1959 play.
Kade, with a handicap of 8, took
over Ashton 3 and 1, Jeff Kline 3
and 1 and Bill Hinkle 3 and 1.
With a 6-stroke advantage, he de defeated
feated defeated Herb Mitten, for Panama
Open and Amateur Champion, 5
and 4, then proceeded to trtoince
Gordie Dalton, the 1957 Dunlop
champion, by the same 5 and 4
score over 36 holes.
This year Kade hasa much low lower
er lower handicap and the low handicap-
pers. wilHEot pegivuig himmuch
in the strok'' department, which
will make his job of retaining the
Dunlop Championship a bit more
difficult.
Earle Fidanque, who ran through
a field consisting of R'chardson at
and 1, young Leo Dehlinger by
score of 3 and 1. medalist Mike
tAtaduro i tip sifter 27 holes, and
finally, young J. J. Vallanno, Jr.
in a 36-hole final round match by
the score of 1 up. is also expected
to be on hand for the 1959 tourney.
The cut-off high score in the
championship flight was 76 in the
1958 tournament, and 80 in the sec sec-ong
ong sec-ong flight. With the low scoring re recently
cently recently posted, it is expected that
the qualifying score in the cham championship
pionship championship flight might be lowered to
a net of 74, and about 78-78 in the
second flight.
All players wishing to qualify
must post their qualifying scores
not later than 6 p.m. Sunday even evening,
ing, evening, at which time the drawings for
the play will be made.
For the information of all play players,
ers, players, the following are the rules for
the torunament: (All playing rules
will be those of the (ISGA).
1. ualifying rounds will be of 18
holes duration, medal play.
2. All other matches will be pf
18 holes duration, except the final
round matches in the three flights,
which will be of 36 holes duration,
all at match play.
3. No matches may be postponed
during the tournament except with
the exoress approval of the Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Tournament Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. (Note: For those male and
female golfers attending the tour tourney
ney tourney at Medellin:, You may qualify
for the tournament, and play first
round matches. Since your return
will not be until the Monday fol following
lowing following completion of the second
round matches, you have permis permission
sion permission to defer the play of the sec second
ond second round matches until the Thurs Thursday
day Thursday following your return)
4. Any player unable to play a
match by the required time shall
be default by the opponent. In the
event both players are unable to
play their match by the required
time, a double default shall be en entered
tered entered (See exception under (3)
above) i ..
5. All match play will be with
3-4ths of the difference in handi
caps.
6. In the event of a tie after 18
holes of play (or 36 holes in the
final round) the "sudden death"
method of determining the winner
shall apply only rf the handicaps of
both players are the. same. If the
difference in handicaps of the
players is even; 9 more holes shall
be played; if the difference in
handicaps is an odd number, 18
additional holes shall be played.
7. One round shall be played
each-week, and shall be completed
by the evening of the following
Sunday (see exception under (3)
above).
RIO
SSc.
20c
LOTTERY NIGHT!
THE
OUNFIGHTER
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FIRE

Editor: CONRADO 5ARCEAN7

National League
TEAM&
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Milwaukee .
Pittsburgh .
Chicago .
Cincinnati
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
W
. 70
41
4
41
Si
s
57
52
L
52
55
54
41
41
44
48
72
Pet.
574
.553
.533
.500
GB
Mr io
.480 llVi
.454 14
.41 1
Today's Games
San Francisco at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Chicago' at Milwaukee (2)
Yesterday's Results
(NIGHT GAME)
St. Louis 100 000 0001 J
Cincinnati 000 020 OOx 2
Jackson (10-12), Bridges
Smith.
Hook (3-3) and Bailey.
and
(NIGHT GAME)
Chicago at Milwaukee
(Postponed, rain)
(TWILIGHT GAME)
San Francisco 100 003 1016 9
Philadelphia 000 000 0000 8
Antonelli (17-7) and Landnth.
Roberts (11-13) Meyer and
Thomas.
(NIGHT GAME)
San Francisco 020 710 00010 12 2
Philadelphia 000111201 6 6 2
McCormick (11-10),- Miller and
Schmidt.
Semproch (3-10), 'Robinson, Mey Meyer,
er, Meyer, Phillips and Thomas.
(NIGHT GAME)
Los Angeles 000 010 4016 13 1
Pittsburgh 011 001 0025 11 2
Podres (11-7), Williams, Churn,
Kouax and Roseboro. i
Kline (8-12), Green, Face and
Burgess.

New American Football Loop
Expects Two More Members:
To Join Over This Weekend

o
DALLA.f, Tea. (UPI -The!
American 'Football League, for formed
med formed with only six clubs a week
ago, holds its organization meet meeting
ing meeting here this week end amid pre
dlcOons Jhat two more members
would be added to the fledgling
professional circuit by Sept. 15.
Harry Wismer, -nationally-known
sportscaster and organizer of the
New York franchise in the new
league, made the pcecliction as he
announced the names of two of
the major stockholders in his New
York club.
"A delegation from Miami, Fla.,
has reservations to be here for
Saturday's meeting," Wismer said
"and interests in Buffaio, N. Y.,
and Seattle, Wash, also are push pushing
ing pushing for admittance. I think you
can safely say we'll add two more
teams by Sept. 15."
Directors of the new league,
who hope to compete on a heated
but honorable basis with the long long-established
established long-established National Football
League, have a heavy agenda map mapped
ped mapped out bring the two-day meeting
here.
PROMISE NO RAIDS
Lamar Hunt, the wealthy son of
multi-millionaire Dallas oilman
H. L. Hunt and the motivating
force behind formation of the new
leaeue. reiterated his previous
statements that the new circuit
was "in no way interested in raid
ine the NFL for players 1 or
coaches."
I
SERVICE CENTER
BALBOA
coumi nctuncs
JAMES WAKT-fcl

JACK. LEMMOH'ERHIE KOVACS

Sunday ''Some
COCO SOLO 7:00
Air-Conditioned
"ShowdownAt Boothill"
Sun. "Woman Obsessed"
Margarita ?:0C
IGATUN
The Revenge of
Frankenstein

IMITATION OF
LIFE
Sunday!
j "The Key"

Sun. "Naked and
The Dead"
PARAISO 7:001
Santa
"Revolt in The
Big House" and
'Panther Island'
"THE

American League

TEAMS
Chicago .
Cleveland
New York
Baltimore
W
71
70
41
59
L
47
51
40
40
42
45
45
72
Pet.
.402
579 IVk
.504 llVi..
.494 I,
.492 13 -.443
UV
.443 14W
.405 23V
Detroit 40
Kansas City ... 54
Boston 54
Washington . 49
Today's Games
Washington at Chicago
New York at Kansas City
Boston at Detroit
Baltimore at Cleveland
Yesterday's Results
(NIGHT GAME)
Baltimore 000 000 0000 3
Cleveland 401 000 OOx 5 10
0
Brown (8-7), Fisher and Trian-,
dos, Ginsberg.
Harshman (4-9) and.Fitigerald.l
(NIGHT GAME)
000 000 000 0 4 fl
002 000 OOx 2 6 9,
Boston
Detroit
Monbouquette (4-5), Chittum and
White.
Foytack (2-10) and Berberet. ';
(NIGHT GAME)
Washington 000 102 010 4 10 "01
Chicago 202 002 lOx 5 9 1
Stobbs (1-7),
an dCourtney.
Clevenger, Hyde
Donovan, Staley (7-3)
Battey.
Ldwn and
(NIGHT GAME)
New York 202 103 0019 14 t
Kansas City 030 110 1017 12 1
Maas (12-6), Turley, Duren and
Howard, Berra.
Herbert, Dickson, Coleman (2-
10), Grim,' Sturdivant and Houser
: Hunt said that thel? directors
hoped to come up yijfr a con constitution
stitution constitution and by-laws," consider
suggestions for a commissioner,
establishment of league headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, plans for recruiting of olayers
and "complete discussions" of

the radio and television angles
involved.
"We intend to build our league
with young players and will hava
and annual draft meeting for sel selection
ection selection of graduating college stars,
just as does the National Leag-'e,"
Hunt said. "We may draw up oUf.
entire draft program this week
end and set a date for draft mee-
tag."
"BOSS" NOT DISCLOSED
Hunt revealed definite forma formation
tion formation of the league last week fo.
Chicago with Dallas, Houston,
New York, Los Angeles, Denv'fo.
and Minneapolis-St. Paul as the
six charter cities.
Neither Hunt nor Wismer would'
discuss names in connection with,
the selection of a "boss" or com
missioner for the league, but bofjh
indicated a "strong man witb.
proven administrative ability" waj
wanted.
Hotel lobby rumor had it th'tj
one of the possibilities was Nick'
Kerbawy, former vice president
and general manager of the De Detroit
troit Detroit Lions of the NFL and who
now is an executive with the De Detroit
troit Detroit Pistons of the National,
Basketball Assn.

THEATERS TODAY
AIR-CONDITIONED
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NOVAK.
Came Running"
DIABLO HTS.
"THE KEY"
1:00
Sun. "The Defiant Ones" .1
Urn
1:W
IGAMBOA 8:1.1
"Escort West'
Sun. "Around
The World In
80 Days;!
Crut 7:00
Kamp Blerd 7:00
Macabre" and
'Disc Jockey"
KEY"

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J
ATCTtDAY, AUGUST 21, 195-
TO PANAMA AMXXICAJ AM tHDETENDEPT DAILY KEW8PAPEB
PAG I tVitUT
LegionTeam Eliminates Parketsburg 6-2?
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Pahahia k American

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JOE WILLIAMS

THE SHORfl-OF.IX: fOrf,MjQvJ!flWa MlA. couia be

other had. mjrh"-ttii' ti Ctt;jrWit-."' yrssw
character lj1 simply trying to
brini vaudeville. No uues- DIPPED IN RED INK: The
tioo about it. the Baird puppets Yankees, with all their shortcom-

re marvelous, but what :Canjings, are still capable of the im-

tbey do that people can't? uniy
difference between" Archie Moore,
and Father Time is that' the
merry Methuselah doesn't carry
a 'k;ythe'. There is least this to
be' said for the 26-year-old
mower wno wm aiuuuu
kH... o niirri nut i nice.
mother who swam around Man

hot day lor it. Mr. Nixon toid a them. Which reminds ,us that
Chicago 'group hi secret ambi-! Randall: Island Stadium financ
tie is to be a sports expert 1 d by city and federal monies,
he'd rather be wrong than Pres-i and accessible only to blood blood-Ident
Ident blood-Ident C4 it' an -effective way i hounds, Indian scouts and J.
to solve the maid problem all) Edgar Hoover's most able sleuths,
right but only a Rocke f e 1 1 e r is the most notorious white e e-could
could e-could manage it. The main thing; lephant this curious breed of pa pa-the
the pa-the Crosby kids, as actors, seem cuyutrraata ever s.pawueu. Only
to have against their pop is once or twice in its ouarter cen cen-his
his cen-his talent I turv existence has the modest
capacity of 22,00ft been realized.
ROCKY AND ROCKS: The co-I Mostly. 500 baid. is a s triki ng
lumn's Swedisclose exclusi v e 1 y turnout.
Ingemar Johansson was going to ,'.,,..,
demand a new promotional delay ANATOMY OF LARCENY: Be Be-or"
or" Be-or" else now advises the cham- cause of admitted business rela rela-Dion
Dion rela-Dion won't return until after La-! lions with underworld Frankie
bor Day if true where does Carbo Carmen Basilio s coman coman-that
that coman-that leave the Sept 22 rematcV l agers, Joe Netro and John De-
i .i- :-. n...w urvtH .Inhn facp imminpnl rielicens-

Kocay inarciauu iu i""" -v-

his missus, Barbara, and guess
who is the most enthu s i a s 1 1 c
sponsor of this threatened come comeback?
back? comeback? The wife, herself, arher
reports had her dead set against
it, -apparently, the old Brockton
blockbuster took a serious finan financial
cial financial bath in Florida last.ya
Why else would an otherwise
. j normal, intelligent guy consider
climbing back in the ring, after
five years of cherished in d o 1-inee?

1 NATIVE SON REPORTS: An-
'"other current visitor to our town
Sis Oscar Vitt, who wet-nursed
the Cleveland cry babies in '40.
Vitt foresees the Giants and
I White Sox battling it out in the
World Series, come season's end.
. -."Something happened to the
Braves when they lost R e d
Sdhoendients. I live in 'Frisco, so
I gotta be lot the Giants. Any Anyway,
way, Anyway, as a baseball man, I'd
have to think they've got
enough to win." . .Before tak taking,
ing, taking, over Cleveland, yttt man managed
aged managed the $7' Newark -Bears who
won the pennant by 25 games or
so, and were quite generally ac ac-.i.i.
.i.i. ac-.i.i. tK host minor team of
all timesrnWQtM wereaH
round lOOay uiey ttouiu tunic
, mightv close to winning the
pennant in either the American
r tne .national league
- 0
IALIOA MIN'S SUMMER
LIACUI
Week Aug. 13
By CURLY
Jowiing party will again this
year be at the Policemen's Lodge
ihC ChlvaChiva trail, Saturday
night, Sept. 12. This as usual will
be stag and awards will be given
ut at the party. They will be the
tame as last winter league. All
bowlers who intend to come to
the party, please put your names
n the board under this listing.
We are now listing bowlers on
he board who went to bowl in the
coming winter league which will
tart Thrs. night, Sept. 17th. at
T:30. Balboa Bowling Center. This
will be as before, a 12 five man
team league all Sponsored.
The league is open to all bowl
r rejardlesi of average. New
bowlers list your names or have
tome friend now bowling in tne
Men's league do It for you with
your current or last Ave.
Team Standings:
Won. Lost
TiVoli Travels, 50 26
Balboa Beer, 44V4 3Wi
Zenith, T.V., 42 34
Blue Star, 41 35
1 Ktfnt Cigarettes, 40 36
Cafe Duran, 39 37
Lincoln Life, 38 38
God Year Tires, 38 38
Pipsi Cola, 35 41
Attra Products, 31 45
Martini Vermouth, 30Vi 45V4
H01m tCara, ; ; 28 48
. V CV ':'.).
v 1st. High Tm, 1 Garnet
. Hillman Cart," ', 3143
Martini Vermouth, 3130
fepsi Cola, 3122
"" 1st. High Team Came,
Ktjtt CigarUa, 1122
mi Travels, 1078
Producti, 1078
lit. High Ind. 1 garnet
I (Scratch)
Al. Hele,
JtcLane and Soyster,
f. Kleler and H. Zost,
627
621
617.
1st. High Ind. Game
Jl. Zott 245
eiampsaur, 242
cLane, 241
S '!L
1st. Ind. High Averages
(" King, 57 games, 10060 pins, 176
kfeLane, 17 games, 10038 pins, 176
k Sovxter. 57 (imti. toons nin 1
1. r '
PTrker, 18 game, 3153 pins, 175
Prutinowski, 54 fames, 9359 pins,
J7S..

"WET 1"7-'' "V f

nncihlp Thiv mjfl" vn teams
like the Senators and the Red
x look boqu. mere's -u..
thing peculiar, about the people
who plan a New, York franchise
for a second pro'football league;
jrfn'l incistiilff that new
....... ---
$12 million Stadium be built tor
--. ------ ---
ing ii hub aiaic, ju u,e jiiiuwm
evidence, however, Ca r b o i sm
can't he said to have degraded
ran't h said tn have rirsraded
Basilio as a ring performer or
as a man, for a more honorable
and admirable cuy has never
graced any sport. This w o d Id
seem- to suggest that theUarce
nous waltz is not mathematical mathematically
ly mathematically unlike .he tang It akes two-
IT'S NO CONTEST- O' o Gro
ham should have quit when he
was ahead, the old quarterback's
second attempt to beat the pros
with. .tihp....mos1( x-olle." A1' ifrs
wfs 'dismal,, and most tviewers
turned it off after the f irrt
half. Yel a new contract extend extend-inn
inn extend-inn t1P name 10 years hits iust
been signed. The pros always fi figure
gure figure to win. They have the vi vital
tal vital cohesion (hat is h;,' hert""
of unit plav, and e'ndles practice.
They' can practically win on
passes alone. There is seldom any
disparity in manpower, size and
numbers. A true competitive ba balance
lance balance is essential to continuing
interest.
THE ANSWER IS SIMPLE: The
All Stars must work together an an-4hr
4hr an-4hr tafaywefts, jrffBi)lyi-n
additional month, "ohlf -conipas-sion
by the Colts and field of officials
ficials officials held last week's score to
29-0.
Tivoli Travels, 4
Martini Vermouth, 0
The tMvelbflys caHLnot lose for
winning and again its their low
average bowlers hitting well over
the 500 mark that keeps them up.
Martini Vermouth rolled good with
a 2346 scratch series.
King was high for Tivoli with 597,
Ski had ,577,, Thibault 545, and Bur Burton
ton Burton 521. Sayjers was Vlgh lor Mar Martini
tini Martini with 524.
Blue Star, 3
Balboa Beer 1,
This was a good close match all
the way. The suds boys rolling
2339 scratch and the dairv boys
2333. Balboa had 165 handicap and
Blue Star 168.
Balboa managed to take the last
game, 1001 with Hdcp. Blue Star
980.
Balboa had total series with Hdcp.
2834, Blue Star 2837. How close can
you come.
r
Hillman Cars, 3
Zenith T.V., 1
The last place car boys got all
gas ed up and took the 3rd. place
Zenith team for 3 points. How abo
that? Hillman lost the first game
987 to 999, but this was their night
and went on. to take the last 3
points.
Ray Thompson, anchor for Hill Hillman,
man, Hillman, was high with 535. Al. Hele
was high for Zenith with 530,
Soyster had S05.
Kent Cigarettes, 3
- ", Astra, 1
-V.''' A ',
Kent after losing all 4 points last
week jumped back into the win
column and took Astra for 3. Kent
.lost the first game 911. to 949, but
got hot and came baHr strong going
away.
Alvafado was high for Kent with
580. McLane high for. Astra with
533 and Ted McLanson had 511.
r Cafe Duran, 2
Peaal Cole, 2
This was a ,good t e e s a w
match, all the way. The coffee boyi
took.the 1st game, Pepsi the 2ndi
and total ,pin fall. Parker was high
for Duratf with 565. Metzger high
for Ptpsi'with 499,
i GoedYeer, 4
Lincoln Life, 0
Although rbTUhg'bne Mind, the
tire boyt jumped on the Ins. lads
for all 4 Onlnts TTiia uit rn nl
their begt series' for a long time.
2359 scratch.
L. Heur'eux was high for Good
Year with 585, J. Burgeon had 537
and Curly 500. H. Zost, anchor for
Lincoln, was high with 507.

Don Rogers,
Joe Garcia
Slug Homers

COLLEGE PARK, Md., Aug. 22
Kjfi) Manama, oenind the uve uve-.i.t
.i.t uve-.i.t pitching oi Kaymond Amato,
jeieated Parkersburg, W. Va., S-2
. jay iiu ei.iiiuu.tt. u xroni uie
inira Regional Tournament of A A-aier.caii
aier.caii A-aier.caii region un.ur aseuan.
Manama, trailing 2-1 in the tilth
-Viiiiig, ued it on a nomer with
.vo out by Don Kogers. Arcnie
Carroll then walked and went to
.i.ra on 4 oy voe Uai'Cia
who took second ba a bad throw,
jitnuii rtheu ui en singleu 10 ui'ive
in Carroll and Garcia to make the
aCOle t-.
Parkersburg failed to score af-
.L'r tne ui'si Jul rnama auoed
two more runs in the seventh on
a home iu.i oy Oarc a w.in Car Carroll
roll Carroll aboard.
Manama will meet Washington
today to see who plays Greenoelt,
!.id., tomorrow lor the champiom-
In the first game yesterday
Dennis Moort hi. a triple in the
10th inning to give Greenbelt a
v.iiory over asllinioii in the
double elimination tournament.
Moore came all way aiounu on
the insidc-the-park. blow but the
umpire ruled tie final 'score was
2-1 instead of 3-1 and that the ball
would have to leave the park be
fore the extra run could count in
the final totals.
Line score of the Panami-Park-Tsburg
game:
Panama 100 030 200
parkersburg 200 000 000 2
Amato and Garcia.
Peyton Dudley and Dave
rick.
WP-Amato; LP-Dudley.
6 5
5 2
Ted-
Ycaza Rides
Favorite In
Tra vers To
day
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
(UPI) Brookmeade Stable's
Sword Dancer, which twice has
stepped out of his own division to
beat, older horses, headed i small
field of fiVe erifere'dleiterday fdf
today's $75,000 added Travers
Stakes.
The little son of Sunglow. sec second,
ond, second, in the Kentucky Derby and
the Preakness but winner of the
Belmont Stakes, looms as a solid
favorite in the ,90th running df the
mile and one quarter classic.
The winner of the Metropolitan
and Monmouth handicaps will be
ridden by Manny Ycaia in a race
to be televised nationally by CBS
from 4:30 to 5 p.m. e.d.t.
Lined up against Sword Dinct'T
will be King Ranch's Resaca, a
filly; Mrs. E. Barry Ryan's Mid Middle
dle Middle Brother, Howard B. Keek's
Baghdad, and Cockfield Stable's
Nimmer.
If all five starts, the Travers
will be worth a total of $80.75,5
with a net purse of 551,637 for the.
winner. Victory for Sword Dnrt"
would enhance his claim' on ids
three-year-old championship.
Under the allowance condition1.'
of the race, Sword Dancer will
carry 126 pounds as does Bagdad.
Bagdad earned his high birder
through victory in the $100, oon
added Hollywood Derby. The ro!'
was second in the Peter Pan
handicap and in the Belmon'
Stakes and runner-up in the re recent
cent recent Bernard Baruch stakes won
by Middle Brother.
Willie Harmatz rides Bag lad
while Bobby Ussery handles Mid Middle
dle Middle Brother. Eddie Arcaro ri.les
Resaca and Larry Adams riJ.ii
Nimmer.
Connie Bishop
PWGA Winner
For August
By H. STEMPIL
Connie Bishop, one of the char charter
ter charter members of PWGA and one
of the better golfers, turned in a
low net of 66 to win and deserve
first prize. Her score of 80 also
won low gross honors.
Only 29 ladies participated in
this tournament which was held
at Fort Amador Golf Club. Out
of the 29 participants there were
three new members, each of
whom walked away wWh a prize.
Jean Sullivan, Club Representa Representative,
tive, Representative, had chosen some beautiful
prizes.
Other wjnner were?'
Net Store
Helen Baird. (a. .new member) 71
Kelsey Garees (a new mem.)
72
72
72
73
73
74
Mrs. Nmomiya
Sandy Lang
Ginny Senn
Kay Herre (a new member
Eve Wright
Alyce French
Pearl Trim
Jean Sullivan
Helen Thompson
Ethel Perantie
Phyllis Mansfield
Next month's tournament
74
74
74
75
75
75
will
Let's
be held at Brazos Brooks,
have a record turnout.

3ANT. WAIT When their equipment failed to arrive on time members of the United States
jasketball team in the Pan-American Games in Chicago worked out in street clothes at the
nearby Glenview Naval Air Station. The four going through the motions of shooting are,
left to right, Bob Jeangerard and Burdette Halderson of Colorado, St. Louis Un'iveriity's Dick
Boushka and Kentucky's Billy Evans. The Pan-American Games run from Aug 27 to Sept 7

Flynn Hoopsters Sweep Honors
In CZ Government Cage League

TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
W I
2 0
1 1
1 1
0 2
Flynn
Gayer
Riley
DeLaMster
Led by their ace center, 6' 6"
"Griyo" Reyes, Abdiel Flynn's
rampaging Vagbonds copped the
annual 1959 Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government Basketball League Tourna
ment by throughly trouncing Dick
Gayer's Exec's in the champion championship
ship championship game by a 94-76 score.
The Flynn hoopsters, with their
tournament championship, made
a flean sweep of the league's
laurels as fchey now possess both
the tegular season's crown-and
also' the t tournament chahlpidn chahlpidn-ship.
ship. chahlpidn-ship. The Flynn quintet had their
hardest victory on their first night
of plav as Bill De La Mater's ve
terans gave them a run for their
money, but bowed in the end Dy
a close 68-62 score, In this victo
ry, it was the fine rebounding a
Ni If 6 m n gsof Ktyeir and Rsry
wesbitt fltiat proved me nnai tac
tor in assuring the Vagabonds of
their win. Reyes with 23 points
and Nesbitt with. 18 for the eve
ning's play, led their mates in
the scoring column.
- The stubborn De h Mater
hoopsters were led in the scoring
by their forward, Bert Joyce
with 19 points, followed by Wal
ter Trout and Larry Horine with
10 points each. Dick Gayer s kx
ecs went into the championship
gamt on Tuesday night by de defeating
feating defeating Gary Riley's Gents by a
71-65 score. The Gayermen were
led in their victory by Roy Cut
breth with 21 points and the
tournament's top scorer, Doug
Pajak, with 18 points.
Riley's Gents pulled the tourna tournaments
ments tournaments biggest and only upset by
dumping De La Mater's Veteran
hoopsters in the consolation game
for third place by a 71-56 score.
The Rileymen were led by their
two sharpshooung guards Johnny Johnny-Morris
Morris Johnny-Morris and Bob Best, each with
19 points apiece. The upset De
La Mater five were led in the
scoring column by -Ed "9." Dens-
more with 17 points and Bert
Joyce with 16 points for the eve evening's
ning's evening's play.
In the championship encounter
on Tuesday night, Flynn's Vaga Vagabonds
bonds Vagabonds opened up their fast-break
offense utilized with an effective
zone defense, to pull away from
a 40-36 half-time lead to go on to
win going away by a 94-76 score
AHEAD OF THE CAME
1 Whatever his talent, Davcy
I Underhill Is certainly a majo.
, le-e halrack. The sc...
vear-old sports four pnuuctivi
helmeu k-iting his turn a:
bat riurinc a Midcet LeaeiK
, game at San Auhvlmo, Calif.

T4 m- Cl

f u J.
I n r
laucart nc tu r- -amc

over the hapless Gayer Exe,-s
The Vagabond's sharpshooting
Suard, Oscar Kouraney, led his
mates in this championship con contest
test contest with a big 27 points, followed
by center Griyo Reyes with 20
markers and "Moss" Nesbitt with
19 points.
The losing Execs were led by
the tournament's top scorer, BUS
varsity hoop star, Doug Pajak,
with a tournamlnt's single game
higu of 31 points. Pajak was lol
lowed by mates, Bill Young with
25 points and Roy Culhrelh 14
markers. It was a highly satisfy
ing victory for the fighting Flynn
hoopsters as they came on to win
live straight games to cop both
the season's crown and the tour
nament ehambionshio. The tour tournament's
nament's tournament's top five individual scor scorers
ers scorers were:

Points
49
43
41
37
35
Pajak, Doug (G
Reyes, G. (F)
Kouraney, O. ( F)
Nesbitt, Ray (F)
Joyce, Bert (D)
Culbretih, Roy, (Gi, .a -35
' TheV CmdfZmi niovtAiment
League would like to express its
greatest thanks and appreciation
to lony oiler, the tournament's
official scorer, E. W. Hatchett,
Jr. the tournament score keeper,
Edgar "Bobo" McArthur and
Charles McArthur, referees, all
who made the succeess of the
tournament possible.
Bill Short Gains
16th Victory As
Vees Top Marlins
NEW YORK. Aug. 22 (UPl) -Bill
Short has two goals in the
International league this season season-to
to season-to nitch the Richmond Vees inlo
a playoff berth and become a 20 20-gamp
gamp 20-gamp winner
The stocky southpaw won his
16th game or 'hp vear last ni"tii
by stopping Miami on six hits.
3-1, ThV victory cave the "o"Tl
place Vees a Iwo and one-half
frame margin over thP trailing
Marlins.
Deron Johnson's 19th home run
of the Season with a man aboard
in the eighth innme broke a 1-1
tie and gave Richmond its third
straight win.
Columbus broke a second place
deadlock with Havana bv whin whin-ping
ping whin-ping the Sugar Kings, 6-0, on Al
Jackson's seven hitter, his 12th
win of the year.
In other Hames, league-leading
Buffalo downed Rochester, 5 1,
and .Montreal blanked Toronto.
4-0. 9

This 1959 tournament brings to
a close one of the most success successful
ful successful season? for the CZ. Govern Government
ment Government f.nnn With th rtfirfiiinatinn

teams evenly matched from thel havc Posled a 5'000 forfeit w"h
outset and the individual players
shooting at a consistently accur- r j , ,
a.espace throughout the whole jadm!mOn AttCIS
With the conclusion of a hiehlvlManu PhlMrfln At

successful season, only one phrase'1 'UHy UIIIIUIUII r

is necessary lo express the feel feelings
ings feelings of those who played. .."wail
until nfxt year!" The league's
Mi-League Honorary Team will
he announced next week to bring
the '59 season to a complete, fin"
al, and satisfying close.
Tne following are the box scores
of the two games the Flynn Va Vagabonds
gabonds Vagabonds played in which they
copped the 1959 Tournament
Championship:
MONDAY NIGHT -(42)
DE LA MATER'S VETS
F9 Ft Pf Tp
Trout W
3
pHorInc, L.
"i
4
9
2
3
0
1
27
uensmore, E
Joyce, A.
Murphy, J
Rosenblatt
liigby, L
De La Mater
12 62
FLYNN'S VAGABONDS (44)

Kouraney, O. 6 2
Nesbitt, R. 5 g
Reyes, G. 10 3
Joyce, W. 2 0
Napoleon, E. 1 0
Kouraney, E. 1 1
Kouraney, G. 0 0
McArthur, G. 1 0
24 14

12
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
(Toetdey Night)
GAYER'S EXEC'S (74)
Fg Ft Pf Tp
Culbreth
Meador
R.
1
12
2
12
0
10
0
0
2
7
0
5
0
0
' I).
Brown, C.
mm;, W.
Kraser, J.
Roe, F.
3 2,'i
3 0
1 0

U 24 22 74
FLYNN VAGABONDS (94)
Nesbitt, R. 8 3 3 19
Joyce, W. 2 2 2 6
Reyes, G. 8 4 4 20
Kouraney, O. 9 9 3 27
McArthur, G. 5 10 13
Kouraney, E. 2 0 5 4
Caratini, C. 1 1 S 3
Kouraney, G. 0 0 5 0
Napoleon, E. 10 4 2
37 20 J1 4

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fodah

By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPl) Tough,
angry little Carmen Basilio, id id-ting
ting id-ting ready to meet Gene Fullmer
lor the vacated NBA middle
weight crown, turned his DacK
squarely loday on any future
meeling with iugar Ray Robin
son.
"is there a iuy named Robin
son?" h" snorea. "U so. he
doesn't exist .n my luture.
ijasilio seet.Ks every time IK
thinKs of Uie ruanround" winch
Robinson gave him as ne await
tu a caance to recapture the ti title
tle title which Robinson lost ana the.i
revvon iroiii both him and Full
mer and for which uiey'li tansU'
at San Francisco on Aug. 28.
"Robinson doesn't think of any anybody
body anybody but himsell," Basilio grated
over the phone irom San Fran
Cisco, "lie uocsn'i treai anyboav
ni;e. So why should I be nice to
nim? 5o he ho.ds the title in a
couple of states.
HE CAN KEEP
"REMNANTS"
"Well, let him have those rem
nan.s," Basilio growled. "But
he'll not get any. hep from me."
Both Robinson and Fullmer
Balboa Gymnasium
By HAZEL McCULLOUGH
The Balboa gymnasium intro intro-(luced.
(luced. intro-(luced. badmintfn .in tiMjr summer
program M -199.' It 'maintained a
good average attendance until the
various tournaments started, and
of course this drew attention away
from the courts.
The courts were particularly
well attended by the 10 to 12 year
old age group. I don't. believe any
outstanding stars biirsUforth, from
this sbmmer session but the chil children
dren children who participated did
learn to play according to the
rules and they developed a genu genuine
ine genuine interest in the game.
A few of the children showed
signs of developing into later court
stars if they wish to put forth thr
I effort. PM Basham won the very
Hnice trophy oresented by the Bal
Igiboa gymnasium. Pat won 22 sets,
r, which put her way out in front
It Alin Aliman nan rrnrnnw
on the Isthmus I'm afraid Pat
would have had an out and nut
0, struggle for the trophy. Marilyn
VCambV and Susan Lessiack were
4jin there all summer pitching or I
! should say battling Pit for first
place.
On the weekly matches
Marilyn
Camby,' Allan Altman. Michelle
Canavaggio and Pat Basham were
the winners with Pat faking the
nrlXe for five weeks to forge a
nean ana win me ui.v.
Fifteen different children won
sets during the summer and a to total
tal total of thirty-one participated.

1 1 1. 1 if 1 "i m n

SOON-BELLA VISTA

FRALEY

o
the NBA, which stripped Robin
.on of his title for failure to Mgn
Inr a title defense, to insure that that-the
the that-the winner will meet the numbef
one challenger within 90 days,
Spidrr W'ehli holds that spot at
' the moment
'; 7 7
Meanwnlr. lia.silm rues the fa-
i vorite to beat Fullmer althoufil),
liic aggresive Con- at 28 is four

years younger than the one-'iuil
New York state onon larmer.4-rr"
"This r.robahly will he one oi -my
toughest hnuts," Carmen fig;
tires. "I'lillmcr is rough, toug&V
and aggressive He's always eyna
ing, and he makes you work.",
i'
BASILIO CONFIDENT
Basilio is confident of victory
as well as a big payday even
without the lure of fie Robinson
name. Basilio and Art Arabia
drew th? record California 1tf"
ol $236,000, topping such events'
as Robinson vs. Bobo Olson and'
even Rocky Marciano-Dnn lock lock-ell.
ell. lock-ell. This one figures to draw even
better t.ian that one.
"Robinson had a lot of height
on me," says Basilio, who won
the tille from Sugar Kay and lost
it back in l.Vround fights. "Fnfl "Fnfl-mer
mer "Fnfl-mer is closer to my height. wh: h
on the surface makes it rn-i'T
for me. HiK he's a swinger t"o,
just like I am. so anything can
happen when romcboo'y gifts'
tagged on the eiin. It sh'ouWT)
real tough." '-
Basilio expects a "hearl-rrt
war" with "both of us bomoing
from the bell." Actually it shares
up as exactly tat kind of a ooi.t
for iK'ith.r man cares much or
the niceties oi boxing, dispensing
with the fancy work in the inter-
ests of busting the opcosition en.'f.'
the kisser until something gives. P
"Each of us naturally wants
real bad to get the title back."
Carmen said. "Robinson wants to
hang onto what he has left, but
the winner between us is going
to be in the driver'- seat."

DOSSES

1

Joe H. Palmer, the racial
wri'er 'ol v unry of an c"u.
year-old maie'en from Wyoming
whirh i(-"ne(. 'ii a 1 0 Ion si h e e-tory
tory e-tory at Keenenland, paying $135.
The performance, while not
exaril- ;n 'he ratc u-y oi be
oneonsislent, gave the stewards
p-".-. 'pi- '" sloe- i
never been raced. The stewards i
h''lr 1 MV l() l)p c nn.l
Asked if his horse was sound.

,he hc-iimns? ownpr rpnliprl in ih

affirmative and described his i.
lo"s r' iron, easy breathing and
even disposition. j
'v'-m- '-n-n vni no' racer"
him before this?" asked one of
tb- -rvV' :
"To tell the truth," replied iht
ow""' "we. ouldn't catch him
until he was seven." K
& 1

3 GSgs

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with 22 h.p. motor, a wonderful
family boat for only $695, can
be seen at Diablo Swimming Club.
Name of boat "enny Lou". If
interested phone Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Boat, 14 ft., fiber
glassed, 22 h p. Mercury motor,
completely equipped. Liscertsed
for 4, inspected. $500.00, phone
83-5227 Curundu Hts.
FOR SALE: 28' Sloop with Aux
Engine. Hull No. 283 Balboa
Yacht Club, $1400, phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1589.
FOR SALE: 16 ft. fiber glas glassed
sed glassed boat, trailer, 50 h p. Evin Evin-rude,
rude, Evin-rude, new condition, throughout,
demonstration Madden Lake,
Sunday, phone 2 2902.
Employment
Opportunities
WANTED: Panamanian with
thorough knowledge of English
and experience in business cor correspondence,
respondence, correspondence, references neces necessary,
sary, necessary, applications in writing .to
be addressed to P.O. Box No.
134 under "D.G."
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Governmeiit Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINUER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
GIBRALTAR LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Jim Ridge
Harry Cornell
Davis Stevenson
Box E Diablo, C.Z.
Telephone Pam 2-0552
W dye all kinds of clothes,
drapes, rufs, coats, dresses,
suits.
Two Hour Dry Cleaning
TROPICAL CLEANER
(10 minutes from town)
Via Fspana No. 830.
Tel. 4-1277

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac, four
door, automatic, new tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer.
0853, Apt. 19, Balboa.
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
four door sedan, standard shift,
excellent condition $1575 00,
must sell, leaving for States,
124-B, Gamboa, call 6-170.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door $1600.00, boat 18' two
bunks $175.00. Cristobal 3 Mil
or 3-1745.
FOR SALE: 1959 Austin A-40
Farina body. 4500 miles. New
condition. Phone Curundu 2274.
FOR SALE: 1953 Vauxhall new
paint, two neW tires, excellent
condition, $450.00. Phone Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2274.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Mi Minor,
nor, Minor, best offer. Call Navy 3689.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker,
"Regal" Coupe, new tires, radio,
clean, price: $600.00. Tel. 6 6-266,
266, 6-266, anytime. House 123-A,
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Victoria,
hardtop, radio, good condition.
Phone George Downing, Cristobal
3-3291.
FOR SALE: Available Septem September
ber September 12th in Los Angeles, Dodge
sedan with rebuilt motor, radio,
heater, etc. Call Balboa 3.763.
FOR SALE:-r-1958 Opel, w.i.w..
two tone, owner leaving Tuesday.
Call Mr. Mohl, Gamboa 213.
FOR SALE: Three "jeep" pick pickups,
ups, pickups, call 2 3101 Panama, 10 to
1 2 noon only.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8,
tudor. 147 Via Porras, Panama
3-4325, duty paid.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day 'except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, ifternoon and
evening,"; ( rEn'rbllltitfiti''
August 17 to Sept. "TV. Classes Classes-Begin:
Begin: Classes-Begin: Sept. End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION, Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vie Vie-ta
ta Vie-ta Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, 3 3-3018.
3018. 3-3018. Learning Spanish is not easy, but
Mrs. Romero's Conversational
Method makes Spanish simple
and interesting. Twenty years'
experience with over 6,000 pu pupils.
pils. pupils. Individual attention to each
pupil. Lessons mornings, after afternoons
noons afternoons and evenings, 4th of uly
Ave T1-352 No. 10. In front
of Quarry Heights.
CZECH OFFICER DEFECTS ;
VIENNA (UPI) A Czech
army lieutenant has defected to
Austria, police disclosed today.
The police report, which did not
identify the Czech office, said he
crossed the border into Austria
last week end carrying a machine
gun and wearing part of his uni uniform.
form. uniform. HERO SEEKS DIVORCE
LOS ANGELKS (UPI) World
War II Congressional Medal of
Honor winner Gregory (Pappy)
Boyington, 56, Wednesday filed
for divorce against his wife of 13
years. The former Marine Corps
pilot chargwl that his 40-vear-old
wife, Frances, caused him
"grievous mental suffering."

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET

New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
. """""" Cristobal
MOR.AZAN Aur. 14
ULUA Aug. 21 Auk. 29
-CIBAO Aug. 28 Sept. 5
MORAZAN Sept. 4 Sept. 12
UM'A Sept. 11 Sept. 19
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service Sails Arrives
' Cristobal
PARISMINA Aug. 17 Auj. 23
LIMON Aug. 25 Aug. 30
COMAYAGUA Sept. 1 Sept.
FRA BERLANGA Sept. S Sept. 13
ESPARTA Sept. 15 Sept. 20
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEXITA Every (15) Day
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
i and Seattle
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR, BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return ..$400.00

CRISTOBAL

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Living room, dining
room, bed room, television 21"
all like new. Phone 3-0877.
FOR SALE: Silvertone T V.
wrth outside antena $95.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2602.
FOR SALE: Aluminum patio
furniture, glider, 4 chairs, table.
Phone 3-4921.
FOR SALE: Singer portable
featherweight sewing machine
with attachment! and buttonhole
maker. House 2233-B, Curundu.
Phone 83-5122
FOR SALE: Carport cabinet
workbench; bar; desk; chain;
beds; tables; miscellaneous.
2308-B Las Cruees, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Rattan living room
furniture, chairs and tables, cir circular
cular circular chairs with solid. Rattan to
floor, all in excellent condition.
Phone 2-2824, house 5452-B,
Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: Household items,
leaving for States Call 3-5301
from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and
also after 6:00 p.m.
Motorcycles
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 t t Penrhar
Srambler, repent complete over overhaul,
haul, overhaul, good tire, lights. Panama
3-6102.
FOR SALE: Triumph 650 ce.
Twin (Full Race); BSA 650 ce.
Twin C4 Race); AjS 500 cc.
Competition Single. Indian 440
twin. Large Inventory New. Used
parts for Indian, all English mo motorcycles.
torcycles. motorcycles. $700 cash, Balboa 2 2-3712.
3712. 2-3712. Wanted
HELP WANTED: Experienced?
cook, cleaner, references neces necessary,
sary, necessary, 68th Street, El Cangrejo,
Motta's Building. Apartment 4-A.
WANTED: Maid to iron, clean
and care for children. Spanish
epeaking preferred. Written re references
ferences references required. Must live in.
Come to 802 Via Espana Sunday
morning between 8 and 12.
WANTED: Maidservant with
references. Cook, iron and clean
for family of four. Sleep in, one
day off weekly. $10.00 per
week. Mcllvalne, housa 248-D,
Coco Solo.
Miscellaneous
Salon Bahia offers S shows
nightly: 9:30, 11:30 and 1:30.
Continuous music until 5:00 a.
m. Delicious meals and fine liq liq-ours.
ours. liq-ours. American G.I. interested in con contacting
tacting contacting private voice instructor
(singing), write P.O. Box 776
Fort Kobbe, Canal Zone.
SPETON SPETON SPETON
protection and control. Ask your
reliable drug store.
All replacement parts for the
kerosine stova "TURM" are
available in Furniture Stores,
hardware stores and the Joyeria
Ettadio (Avenida (Central, Cali Cali-donia).
donia). Cali-donia). Wanted Position
General housekeeper and cook.
Call Rainboy City 3-1793.

TELEPHONES:
2121 PANAMA.2-2904

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by the
truck load. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: Limited quantity of
Agrarian Bonds.. Apply Thomas
Agencies. Tel. 3-1069.
FOR SALE: Wooden Venetian
blinds, used 80"x51", Balboa 2 2-1530,
1530, 2-1530, during office hours.
FOR SALE: Airplane Piped ev ever
er ever cruiser 115 h.p. Lycoming 71
hr. Smoh licenced to July 22,
1960. Price $2000.00. Call
Colon 413.
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, Johnson 18 h.p. motor
gas tank $650.00, 5 piece, 6
strand bamboo living room suite,
like new, 1 1 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining room set. Mahogany
bar with three mahogany stools,
and aquarium. 6 piece blond ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom set. (Balboa
26761. Like new.
FOR SALE: Plants. Housa
2483-A Pyle St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Piano, one of
America's finest. Cost $1295.00
Oct. 1957. Sell $950.00, perfect
condition. Lewyt vacuum like
new, $30.00. Lionel Train
Board 4x8 and train. Boys 24"
bike $9 .00, 24" fan $25.00.
Phone Albrook 4194.
FOR SALE: One ton air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, modern dining room set,
twin beds and vanity etc., three
quarter bed and vanity, desk etc.,
book case, RCA radio and record
player, crystal and dinner eet,
many ether household items.
Owner leaving Isthmus. Phono
Panama 3-1853.
FOR SALE: New Guatemalan
furniture tor your porch, Stuffed
living room set in new condition.
Hand made Italian wine red rug.
Large sixc 1954 Pontiac hardtop,
excellent condition. All below
normal prices. Must sell, leaving
Isthmus. Telephone Balboa 4495
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: AGFA Isolette I
Camera with Bilora flash attach attachment
ment attachment and carying case, new con condition
dition condition $30.00, Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, new unit, perfect run running
ning running condition $30.00. C. O. 2.1
Kiode beat fit extinguish J
$8.00. New pair boat hold downs'
$4.00, Balboa 4134 after 4:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: Icecream freezer
$7.00; lamps $5.00; tables,
$5.00; refrigerator, excellent,
$65.00; pump-ack, $60.00;
Pipe Threader, $15.00. Phone
Balboa 4474. House 2256 Carr
Street.
FOR SALE: Rolleiflex 2.8E,
built-in light meter, F2:8 Planar
lens, latest model, with 35 m.m.
Rolleiken adapter, ultra blitx
electronic flash unit with sealed
lifetime cadmium batteries. All
items brand new, never used, a
real buy for someone at $200.00.
Clayton 4239, Quarters 31 O A.
Private Plane
Runs Wild at
La Guardia Field
NEW YORK' (UPI) A private
plane ran wild on the ground at
La Guardia Airport today onjur
ing the pilot and damaging two
other private planes parked
nearby.
Authorities said the pilot, H.L.
Shaw, 34, Summit, N.J., was turn turning
ing turning the prop nf the two seat
Cessna 140 when the engine
caught and raced out of control.
Shaw was knocked down when
he tried to jump into the cockoit.
The plane careened into the other
two aircraft before coming lo a
halt. Shaw suffered head cuts.

OFFICES FOR RENT
Seven offices of approximately 44 sq. m. tach which
can be intercommunicated according to the space
required. Please apply to The First National City
Bank of New York, Avenida 7a. Central 10.11.
Tel. 2.0695.

The Pacilic Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "KENUTA" .Sept. 3
S.S. "CUZCO" Sept. 17
TO I NITKD KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA Gl'AIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons)
(Air-conditioned) Sept. 8
to United kingdom direct
M. V. "SALAVERRY" Aur
S.S. "FLAMENCO" Sept. 6
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH GARTH" Aur. 2
S.S- "LOCH RYAN" Sept. 7
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. "LOCH GOWAN" Sept. 5
S.S' "DIEMERDYK" Sept. 10
MX SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT N(7tTc
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 e Balboa 2-1905

Real Estate

FOR $ALI: Lets 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbaalxetier acrocs the kentoe)
Racetrack. AH Iota with etree
frontt, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid's room with service, 4ot
water, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phono 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Ideal lot of land at
La Creita Heights, Manual J.
Hurtado street. 1066 square
meters. Moderate price. For in information
formation information phono 3-4868, Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Services
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phono
2-1905 Crawford Agendas. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Means reliability, and lasting re repairs.
pairs. repairs. For better home service
call 3-7607 Panama from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
MOTOROLA. T.V. and radio
repair shop all kinds of elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment and spare
parts. Call 3-3191 or try us
and at Avenida Nacional No. 38.
(Automobile Read).
Judge Being Sought
On Fraud Charges
Submits To Arrest
JEFFERSON, Ga (UPI)-Judge
Maylon Cnnkscales, under a iu
ri-iv-nlH fraud and battery indict
ment by his own grand jury, sub
mitted to arrest today on a war
rant issued by a fellow judge in
Atlanta.
Sheriff John B. Brooks had
doubted his own authority and
rfroinrH frnm making an ar
rest and Clinkscales himself had
. :j
order me case iransreneu io an another
other another judge when the benefaction
arncn in Atlanta.
Judge Virlyn B. Moort of the
Fulton County Superior -Lourt tui
H the indictment on its face war
rented issue of orders for the
sheriff to arrest Clinkscales and
a co-defendent, attorney Marvin
Pierce.
Snl -Gen Alfred O. Ouillian of
the Piedmont Judicial Circuit, who
had Clinkscales and the Winder
attorney haled before Judge
Moore, drove DacK io jenerson
and filed the bench warrants with
the court clerk.
Sheriff Brooks DromDtly arrest
ed Pierce, and accepted $i,uuu
bond as set by Judge Moore, and
several hours later went through
the same Drocedure by ore ar
rangement withe Clinkscales.
The indictment charged uinK-cr-olec
anH Pierce with ronsnirinff
to defraud Jackson County and
charged Clinkscales, in addition,
with illegally instigating a lawsuit
last year.
Pierce has denied the charge in
effect by calling it "politically in inspired"
spired" inspired" and Clinkscales has de declined
clined declined public comment, saying it
would be improper for a judge to
issue any statement in the case
The charges arose from a year yearlong
long yearlong controversy in which Clink Clinkscales
scales Clinkscales feuded with successive
erand juries. One grand jury last
February reformed itself into a
citizens committee that launched
disbarment proceedings.

1 -y :.-,

Wall Street
CHATTER
NEW YORK (UPI) There's
still plenty of life left in the old
bull market, says Stanley Heller
and Co.
However, it adds, there is "plen "plenty"
ty" "plenty" in the news to cause bom
stock market traders and in
vestors to pause. But while no nobody
body nobody knows how far the corree
tion will go, and caution is. ad advised,
vised, advised, "we see no reason no alter
our long-term view of the market
upward.
Beech Life Savers Inc. is at attractive
tractive attractive as a good income pro pro-ducer.with
ducer.with pro-ducer.with the possibility of some
long term market appreciaum.
says Reynolds and Co.
Bache and Co. thinks the cur
rent price level of utility stocks is
high and vulnerable, particularly
in the event of any general market
decline. However, it says the long long-term
term long-term outlook for the industry is
bright and very well-balanced com common
mon common stock portfolio should include
some utility holdings.
It recommends three stocks in
this group, which are reasonably
valued and relatively attractive at
present levels: Cleveland Elect Elect-trie
trie Elect-trie Illuminating, Idaho Power
and West Penn Electric.
Thomas and Mc Kinnon recom recommends
mends recommends Oklahoma Natural Gas for
both conservative income seeking
investors and for forward-looking,
capital growth seeking portfolios.

Murder Charge Filed f. After
D.C. Widow'z Disappearance

SIERRAVILLE, Calif. (UPI) -Authorities
filed a murder com complaint
plaint complaint yesterday against Larry
Lord Motherwell, central charac character
ter character in the mysterious disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of a Washington, D.C, wid widow
ow widow 30 years his senior.
The bones of Mrs. Pearl Put Putney,
ney, Putney, 72, were found Sunday along
a logging road miles from
sight Aug. 15, 1958, after leaving
a Marysville, Calif., motel with
Motherwell, 42.
An all-points bulletin was is issued
sued issued yesterday for Motherwell's
arrest. His third wife in Washing
ton refused to discuss his where
abouts but authorities here hinted
theyj knew where he sould ba k
cated.
"It's not the eariest case ki the
world to Drove," said Sierra Coun
ty District Attorney Gordon I.
Smith, who filed the complaint,
"but we think we've got enough to
go after him."
The FBI and Washington, D.C
police were prepared to help out
in the search as soon as they re
ceived formal requests from Cali
fornia officials.
"He could be anywhere,M said
onP Washington investigator. "Es
pecially if he's been reading the
papers the last few days.'' He
said Motherwell never had set
tied anywhere."
Northwestern US
Still Shaking
From Record Quake
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont,
(UPI) Mountains in the Yellow Yellowstone
stone Yellowstone area still trembled yesterday
the fourth dav after Monday
night's disastrous earthquakes.
Helicopters and airplanes con continued
tinued continued their search for vacation
ers who might be stranded. But
the main nrnhlem hart Rwitehpd
from getting people out lo pre
venting the curious from coming
in.
Ten cars were guided to safety
yesterday after being stranded in
the Cliff Lake area, where a land
slide killed two of the 10 persons
known dead. U. S. Forest Serv Service
ice Service bulldozers cleared an exit
road.
An emergency radio communica communications
tions communications system was set up to warn
residents of any new danger such
is weakening of the landslide-
formed dam that formed a lake
, i ' n :
in iviayiMoii niver canyon.
A dozen shocks strong enough
' be felt shook the area early
yesterday. Some 400 afterchocks of
arying intensity have been re recorded
corded recorded since Monday night.
"Peonle wake, up. turn over and
ao back to sleep," said Robert
iceman. Red Cross disaster -re-
'ef chairman at West Yellow-
"ne.
There had been some fear that
nfinp might be a problem a
residents. left homes in the Mad-
on Canyon slide, area. However
sheriff's deputies set up road
MncVs to keep out unauthorized
persons.
Mai. Gen. H. S. Mitchell, state
National Guard adjutant general,
sirl here harl -ren n0 rail, for
National Guardsmen to be sent
to the disaster area.
DOUGLAS BATTLES TAXES
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Actor
Kirk Douglas and his wife have
filed an appeal against an Inter
nal Revenue service claim that
they owe $148,519.99 in back taxes,
it was revealed today. The gov government
ernment government charged that they made
excess deductions of their 1955 in income
come income tax return.

Quote Unquote
NEW YORK, (tPD-Cbief fed federal
eral federal Mediator Joseph F. Finae Finae-gan,
gan, Finae-gan, reporong on the steel strike:
"Nothing that occurred today has
changed my mind that ther.ls io
be an easy or an early settlement
of the strike."
UNITY HOUSE, Pa. AFL- CIO
President George Meany, scorn scorning
ing scorning reports that the government
wanted the AFL-CIO to invite So So-viet;,
viet;, So-viet;, Premier Khrushchev o its
convention next month: "Tha
White House and the State De Department
partment Department do not control Amer Amer-icin
icin Amer-icin labor and I hope they neeva
will. This is one of the different!
between Russia and us."
WASHTNGTQN.-Financier Wil.
liam H. Draper, warning AmerU
cans that they must prepare for
severe sacrifices to meet tha
Communist challenge:
"We are in a situation that is
not far from the situation wa
were in, in wartime."
DENVER Mrs. Florence Hill
who swallowed a live mouse by
accident reporting that she was
fed up with all the publicity:
"I find the enjtire affair hideout
and at the same time comical,
but I never' want' to see another
mouse as long as I live."
A report that Motherwell had
been seen as recently as six
police said.
Mrs. Putney's bones were iden identified
tified identified from deptal charts. Crimi Criminologist
nologist Criminologist Roger Greene said ia
Sacramento he was continuing
tests to determine the cause of
death.
The condition of the bones made
such determination difficult. How However
ever However Sierra County Sheriff Dewey
Johnson said that circumstances
of the case warranted the arrest
ot Motherwell.
f rtf VlA filial 1 AM MM HtM m HH..C...J
a. vi, a. TTCU UIILC WcSB V(U"BlIUlieU
but cleared in the death of hit
mentally retarded infant daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Heather Robin. He buried her
himself in a pet cemetery near
Frederick, Fla., gaying the eoffin
contained a "beloved dog.",-.
When authorities' investigatinf
the disappearance of Heather
Robin dug up the coffin they
found thechild'g remains. Mother Motherwell
well Motherwell insisted she had choked ta
death.
He became acquainted with
Mrs. Puthey about 10 years aeo
1.9 t .Tuna ho
w Wi uiuuier aiea ana
left her about' $50,000. Motherwell
ic.crvcu aa dm menasmp.
she we"' way with Mother Mother-well.
well. Mother-well. Police learned they made a
transcontinental trin f,
-. "lien signing
motel registers as Dr. and Mrs.
aiL T v. 1,11 na Mrs.
Albert Putney."
ivininprue n mi- j
Motherwell wst questioned after
relatives reported Mrs. Putney
missing. He told police in Las
Vegas on Jan. 18 that he drove
Mrs. Plltnav t w
V 1 C I.I I III A I IV Dtlftthk.
1.1 !a,ld Mrs- fvtoey had gives
him S.7no h. ... jJLt

.. t- unvine a new
station wagon,hhad $1,600 in cash.
?"l-was P0S1J,8 ?8 "Art Rivers;

u vuncsponaeni.
MichiganMinbterY
Son Stabs Bride
Am Ua. II

vii iigi iiuncymoon
.HH STATE PARK.

, , ,x mcumi it-si Well
being arranged today for the U-
JCi-Uiu son oi a Michigan minis minister
ter minister who stabbed a brile honey,
moonme at thl. . f
shrine ""1""am i4ncoia
Police 'said I Glen Sampson, ion
e fv' P1 Ssmpson of S
v.umeBiionai uwrch of Hart
mien., snowed no remnr .....
the attack nn Mrc d..."

, -- muue Drain
ard, 25, of Hamden, Conn.
"He acts like he hasn't' sot a
"Heryi.n"t e W?rld'" said..
He isn t the least concerned."
Police said tha Kn -tt J

explanation for the attack.
j Altraey John GrosboH
seid Glen would nnHwn.
... uwmu F&J
chiatnc examination at Godfrey,
HI., to determine if he should be
charged with assault with a dead
ly weapon, urosboll said delin-
auencv charcee Hc1eV Mvfalii 4-am
to be filed against him.
irien stole into kri-ki...

- veiuiMVUSj(j-
Thursday morning and grabbed t

..b. uiaiunu irum Denina. He
clamped one hand over her mouth
to stifle her screame anH mith tk.
other drove a six-inch steak knife
into ner cnest.
Mrs. RralnarH hlaarllno nr.fn..
ely, slumped to the floor as, tha
Doy ran irom tne bathhouse. Sha
lllrl ha urn "frltrffllnfv'i - k

made his escape.
A passsrbyneard the woma&'t
screams andfound her lying on
the floor. She was taken to a near.
by ddoctor who said the wound 4
was not serious, although tha i
knife came within a half-Inch' af
her heart ,:



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SATTRDAT, AUGUST 22, 1959
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US Immigration Service Urges

Deportation Of Perez Jimenez !n M his

White Voters !Secret American Admirer SehdPeq

SwampNegroes Rare Orchids On Her 29th Birthday

WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 ( UPI ) The Immigration and
Naturalization service has urged that former Venezuelan
strongman Marco S. Perez Jimenez be deported from his
plush Miami Beach home as an illegal alien.
Roberta Vielhaber, attorney for the service, told the
board of immigration appeals yesterday that Perez Jime.
nez never should have been granted a visitor's visa in 1958
when he fled to this country.
Even if Perez Jimenez had been eligible for such a non.
immigrant visa, Vielhaber 'added, he has over stayed it.
The tour-man board, headed'

SjnJrrth.! Venetian, DOf IWWK KdJ

;aid it would be

snneu! Irom a -lrpoi ..uh

Ike For Inflation

Scare Tactics

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Anr T'inurane s;

oKnnt two weeks belori a ru

;nR was handed down.
Prnv Jimenez. hU wile and,
.Jl -lanui.tpr, spent Uu

1,1 V ... ,.,. vnvi.- ritv and re- v,rv HOUSE. 1'a

w, J v'e-irdav FUn la H The AFL-CIO today accused the

ric-' md' to answer que uuns ui .;js,.hower adnuniMration ol try-riP'-
'-'iien m New Yoik. jing to "brainwash" the nation
" :nt(i believing that calamHous in-
Tvlranlmie the Slate Di pint- fation is just around the corner.
'. pvnre sed hop' that me This lslls camouflage todis todis-2r
2r todis-2r "vturo f ousted Cuban dn- ,ulsr its efforts to return to
tor F di'-nclo Bati-ta ffoni.,M,lt..,,s i hat brought economic
thP Dominican Repubhe to a disaster to America in 1929, the
TPfuer in the Pmlue.uese island i t-: x-t-n t ive Council of the Federa Federa-would
would Federa-would r,uiel. things down in the nn said.
Caribbean. "These ..vhipped up anti-infla-

uon campaigns have noi oniy
seared American out of years of
normal economic growth," the
council ascrted. "but they have

brought on repeated recessions in-

... n, i, ,i t hiding the recent one from whicn

STOCKTON. Cant. ul I we have not yet recovered.

Pilots Buys Helmet,

Finds it Handy

Allan Hleuell bought a crash Me c
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dous work as a crop duster

Thursday. Hlewell's head whs

The council charged that an-
I ministration spokesmen use "half
I I rut lis anil olten no truth at all"
to achieve their aims.
; It said !hei is a considerable

Jewells ntau . . .

rammed through the dasnDoa'u o Iu, p(i(momv and islen, un.

bis plane when me l'al a I employment despite the business

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power i"' """", .., frnmision

The pilot

crash without injuries

rtiese views were disclosed in

statements released today after

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n on t ip best investment 1 ; ..... .

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his scarred helmet.

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hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
HiKh 8H 84
Low 14 '4
HUMIDITY:
HiRh 5
Low 61 "3
WLNl):
(max. mph) SK 7 NE 14
RAIN (inches) (I 2$
AVATIR TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 84

union-run

resort in the Pocono Mountains.

They also took a crack at the
Federal Reserve Board on
grounds that it has pushed up in interest
terest interest rates in "blunderbuss" at attempts
tempts attempts to curb inflation.
George MEANY, AFL-CIO pres president,
ident, president, said prices have been fairly
stable in the pasl decade.
"This inflation thing is just be being
ing being overemphasizes," Meany said.
The real problem is Ihe failure of
the country to grow andprovide
jobs for an expanding population,
he said.
The council, governing body of
the AFL CIO between conven conventions,
tions, conventions, said labor has run inlo in inflation
flation inflation warnings every time it ad advocates
vocates advocates more schools, higher
wages or increased welfare
benefits.

FAMILY GATHERING Former Venezuelan dictator Marcos Perez

Jimenez eathers his familv around him at their hotel suite in

New York where he visited them. The ex-strongman's lawyers

are attempting to have his visit to the United States extended

Controversial English Sculptor,
Sir Jacob Epstein, Dead At 78

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) A
recoiu vii te vote' -..eieateu a bid
by five Negro candidates seeking

iivj i r i h "i t v it'. 1 1 v i

A,.,.'a mH.v ThP 'S3 me Amer.can

IlCcS, itUUS iwvmj.

five negro candidates ran po r
seconds in Thursday's election.
Final returns from tne 143 city
precinii- snored a uta! vote of
129,417 which was a record turn turnout
out turnout and reprcter.ted 68 per cent
of the 187,541 registered voters,
57.1U9 of whom are Negroes.
The big turnout came in the
spiriteii public works commission

er race, where Negro Kussell B.
Sugarimm Jr.. 30-year-old Harvard
graduate, ran the best race of the
fi .'e;:o candidates. Sugarmon

ran second in the six man race,

defeated by William W. Harris,
59,043 to 35,248 votes. The four
other while candidates polled 35,-

126 votes.

Sugarmann said he had no plans

for contesting the -election. He
said it was "pretty convincing
proof of a big Negro vote. .but

a bigger white vote.
Incomplete returns indicated
that Ihe vote in this cilv wide
election of half a million in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants will "reach some 113,000.
about one third Negro votes.
The election had been heralded
as "one to watch" because Neg Negroes
roes Negroes had conducted an intensive
campaign to get out the vote.
Negro leaders hr,d contended that
Negroes had a chance to win the

nublic works contest inn possibly
the juvenile court judge race be because
cause because of a poss'ble split of votes
among strong white candidates.
The Rev Ren I.. Hooks, a Neg Negro
ro Negro was second in a field of five
for thp juvenile court iit'iue cm cm-test,
test, cm-test, won bv incumbent Judge
Mrs. Elir-Mh McCain.
Negro Eliehue Stanback was
second in a field of three candi candidates
dates candidates for tax assessor, and two
Negro ministers, the Rev. Roy
Love and the Rev. Henry C. Bun Bun-ton
ton Bun-ton finished second in a field of
four candidates in each race for
the Board of Education. Negroes
had said if they won they would
call for immediate integration of
public schools.

BALMORAL, Scotland (UPI)
iriU n's spinster iVinc e s Mir Mir-garet
garet Mir-garet observed her 29th birthday
yesterday. Her most intriguing
tribut was a corsage of the raresi
of oi'chic's from, a secret Amer
ican adrriirer.
The corsage arrived at Balmor

al Castle just two weeks after the1

sen Margare

two dozen red roses. The Royal

iamily s spending a holiday at
Balmoral.
Florist Charles Stbtt .of nearby
Aberdeen refused to say who sent
the corsage of very expensive or orchids
chids orchids of the cattleyea species,
mixed with stephenotis.
"It is a really beautiful gift and
a most happy thought on the part
of this American" Stott said.
Margaret' began her 29th year
yesterday without a hint she has
a likely suitor. The cosest anyone
comes to being a steady boy boyfriend
friend boyfriend is playboy Bill Wallace, but
palace spokesman always go to
great pains to relegate him to the
rank of "friend."
Margaret renounced her last,
nnd apparently "true" love Peter
Townsend, in October, 1955. She

said her position ruled out mar-, Stott said the American admir.

nage to a divorced man. er of the lovely gpinster rincesi

h:.d placed a standing order with
him to Jceep her florally well
aware of hit kterest in hrir.
it was a -beautiful day for

mrinaay at BalmoraJ. The high'

Batista In Lisbon;
Government Guest
Won't Talk Politics

The unidentified American s
corsage was whisked through the
tr.ctly gu'jii.cd casdv gates Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Police waved the little green
florist's van through without
question.
Two weeks ago. when the roses
arrived, the van as stopped

several times and held up belore
they could be delivered.

US's Paddlewheeling
Satellite May Slay
Up Only Two Years
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI) -The
Explorer VI, America's Pad-

dlewheel satellite, may remain in

orbit only two years instead of
thp 40 to 50 years originally es estimated,
timated, estimated, according to Smithsonian
Aslrophy s i c a 1 Observatory ex experts.
perts. experts. Dr. Yoshihide Kozai, astronom astronomer
er astronomer at the observatory, said last
night that the sun and moon
are draining away the life of the
sitellite which soars close lo the
bright objects of the heavens.
What is considered one of the
Paddlewheel's g r e a t est accom accomplishments,
plishments, accomplishments, will be its downfall,
according to Dr. Kozai.
The satellite's apogee or farth-

LISBON, Portugal (UPI)- For-j?st distance from the earth ;s

LAKE ELEVATIONS:

Gatun Lake
Madden Dam

83.45
215.15

BALBOA TIDES

SUNDAY, AUG.

HiRh

Time
6:54 a.m.
7:12 p.m.
Time
12:35 a.m.
12:59 p.m.

Low

23

HI.
15.9 ft.
14.9 ft.

Ht.
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1.1 ft.

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INSPECTOR

JFAN GABIN

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Jet Seaplane Plans
Scrapped By Navy;
N.C. Base To Close

WASHINGTON'. Aug. 22 (UPI)
The Navy has scuttled its once once-heralded
heralded once-heralded SeamaMiT lugli speed

jet seaplane program because, of
economics and technical difiicult difiicult-ics.
ics. difiicult-ics. The service had spent $400,000,
000 and received nine planes.
Besides Ihe nine planes, Ihe Na Navy
vy Navy had a partially completed a
seaplane base at Harvey Point,
N. C, La show for its money and
had begun eonversion ol an LSD
(Landing ship dock) to a sea
plane tender. The Harvey Point
facility will be closed and work on
the LSD will slop.
The seamasler had been under

development for seven years. It

onc held high promise an a
bombing. reconnaissance and
mine laying plane that could
operate independently or in con conjunction
junction conjunction with submarines. The na navy
vy navy once proclaimed il as a new
concept in warfare.
The navv had planned to sprfnd
$472,000,000 on the program. The

nroiecl was cancelled veslenlav.
Th(. navy considered il had saved
$72,000,000 bv cancelling now.

said the money would go to "hiti

priority naval weapons pro programs."
grams." programs." The first experimental seamast seamast-ers
ers seamast-ers crashed in 1:155 and I95ti ami
extensive modifie itions were made.
The Navy now has received six
test models and three production
models. It said it was studying
what to do with Ihem.
The cancellation ended a series
of cutbacks in Ihe Sem aster program.

LONDON (UPI) Sir Jacob Ep Epstein,
stein, Epstein, a mouerii day Michael Michael-angelo
angelo Michael-angelo whose works of sculpture
were equally hailed as master masterpieces
pieces masterpieces and denounced as night nightmares,
mares, nightmares, died last Wednesday at
his London home, it was disclosed
today The New York born artist
was 78.
Death was reported to have
been caused by a coronary throm thrombosis.
bosis. thrombosis. Word ol his death had been
withheld until friends and rela relatives
tives relatives could con ict his wiie and
one-time model who was travel traveling.
ing. traveling. -:
His last work remained nearly
finished in his studio home. It

isa massive five-figure piece de- Mfelong home.

But Fpslein, who railed against
"schemers, snobs, parasites,
camp lollowers, social climbers
who infest the world of art," died
with the mantle of respectability.
He was knighted by Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth in 1954.
. His granite pieces still cause
argument. Only this month, Selby
Abbey in Yorkshire was denied
permission to install his six ton
"Ecce Homo" (Behond the Man),
a- work done in 1933.
A stocky, vigorous man, Ep

stein was born on New York's
lower East Side to,,a moderately

well-to-do family, but he migraa-d
to Paris to study and then set

tled in England, making it his

mer Cuban dictator Fulgencio Ba

tista said today he planned to es establish
tablish establish permanent res;dence on
the Portuguese island of Madeiri.
Batis a held a "non pol'tical"
chat with newsmen following a
brief sightseeing tour of Lisbon.
He looked bronze and fit.
Batista was whisked away by
police on his arrival Thursday by
nlane from the Dominican Repub

lic. The press was barred.
This mtirning. Batista visited
St. George's Castle and other his historic,
toric, historic, po.nls. OjK.his return, he
met wltri 'ewlnieahihis suite in
the Hotel Ritz.
As the press trooped in, 'floren 'floren-cio
cio 'floren-cio Guerra. Batista's aide, urged:

"No political queries, please, gen-

llemen. W are here as guests of

the Portuguese government.

Batista said he was looking for forward
ward forward to his stay in Madeira "par "particularly
ticularly "particularly if the climate here in
Lisbon is anything to go by.'
He said his departure for Ma Madeira
deira Madeira was still indefinite but he
would probably leave by ship
"within the next few days."

25.000 miles, greater than any
other man-made earth satellite.

But the satellite travels so far
away that it is affected by the
moon's gravitational field and to

a certain extent by the sun's at
traction.

This also affects the 150- mile

pengree closest point to the

earth and will tend to draw it
,'own into the earth's atmosphere
and eventual fiery death in the
heavy air.

land country was covered with a
rich carpet of blue heather. T
Royal family held a : picnic ,in:
the afternoon and a small dinner'
inst night in honor of Margar-I
et.
But no matter how close she' -was
to her f anjily, the British;
people looked upon Margaret as'
a lonely -girl, whose position wav
bound to scare away prospective"
husbands.
Among the obvious obstacles to
relaxed courtship was the unwrit-
ten, rule that the princess must'
be called "ma'am" unless sht
specifically decrees otherwise

And on top. 6f the rules. Margaret
is a busy woman who must help
her sister, Queen Elizabeth,, with;
duties of state. ;
Dozens of escorts have comei
and gone. Dozens more will bt
available to sit in the Royal boxll
at concerts and the ballet, and
go with Margaret to cheer thai thai-royal
royal thai-royal horses at Ascot and Epsom.;
But when all these social events events-are
are events-are over, Margaret is Jeft withmit'
any really close male friend fc
The four million 'circulation'
newspaper Daily Mirror" ; jester-,
day spoke for many Briton whea-
it condensed the story ofi her
birthday celebration into two',
words.
Headlined across, its front pag!
over a huge picture of A the prin-'
cess: "29: alone."

picting a man and woman flee
ing with a child and a dog while
a bearded devil pursues them.
Epsein's greatest works gen generally
erally generally were considered to be
"Adam." completed in 1939.
"Genesis," done in 1931 and
"Jacob and Ihe Angel" in 1942.
He also did two highly controver

sial statues of Christ, Many of his

pieces were religious in nature.

Almost every onP of his works,

some of them weighing tons,

evoked controversy. One. "Rima

was tarred and feathered after its

unveiling in London's Hvde Park

Epstein smashed a wine bottle

over the head of one detractor of

the statue.

He was known as "the greatest

Jewish artist," a title he detested
because he felt that art was be be-yonf
yonf be-yonf race and creed.
Epstein remained at work in
his home at fashionable Hyde
Park gale until this week. Neigu Neigu-bors
bors Neigu-bors could hear the chipping of
stone in his studio.
He was married twice. His first
,.wi. Margaret Gilmour Dunlop.
died inl947. In 1955, he married
Kathleen Carman, who as "Do

lores" had been his model for 30

years.
His best-known work of her was
the statute called "The Girl with
Gardenias."

Hungarian Probes
Way Over Minefield
With Kniftinn Needle
VIENNA (UPI) A 17-year-old

Hungarian performed the ticklish
feat of probing his way across a
border minefield with a knitting
needle to escape into Austria, po
lice said yesterday.
The boy's name was not
revealed to protect his relatives
sti'l in Communist Hungary but
police said they believed the story
of his escape Wednesday nisht.
Before leaving he was told by

friends Hungarian police had
planted land mines in the border

"no man's land" which explode
and maim and kill when stepped
on with the full weight of t h e
hodv

The boy decided to take along JCwri5hbsJitjp'e'4dans; one li-

Screaminq Bride
Abducted; Wedding

Finally Comes Off
GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI)

The screaming bride was abduct

ed in front of the church, a brides bridesmaid
maid bridesmaid fainted and the minister,
tossing off his gown, made a fu futile
tile futile attempt at pursuit.
But the drama, apparently the
result of a family feud over reli religion,
gion, religion, ended 90 a luippy n0,e yes yes-lerriav
lerriav yes-lerriav foitf Itosmari i Grav. 22.

::d James Waddell, 31, if not for
te bride's angry father.
It began at 5 p.m. Thursday
f...tside the Priesthill Church hre.
The Protestant minister, the Rev.
J. McCormack Campbell, Was

. ... waiting to start the ceremony.
Sixteen vacant positions in the Suddenl a c 1ed up
Canal Zone Health Bureau are . ,

listed in the Panama Canal trans-iRnmrv H tn th. ... na

16 Jobs Listed
As Vacant In PC
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. Y win, ,.on act by
Willi pulley m oll, B a (
jockey.

a knitting needle to probe h 1 s

tenuous way across the minefield,
because it would be sharp and
slender for sticking in the ground
and easy to conceal.
First he crawled under the
barbed wire entanglement on the
Hungarian side, without drawing
the attention of guards in the
watch-towers.
Then he began the long, danger dangerous
ous dangerous crawl across the minefield,
meticulously pricking the soil in
front of him, every moment fear fearful
ful fearful the slim knitting needle would

strike a metal object.

Barbed wire and minefields
were cleared away from the bor

der during the November 195H,
revolution in Hungary and thou
sands of refugees streamed
across into Austria.
But the new tough Communis
regime that came in after the
crushing of the revolt brought
back the mines and wire and
made border escapes more dan
gerous than ever.
An estimated 10 re'ugees a
monlh now are able to escape

from Hungary to Austria.

fer-vacancy bulletin dated Aug. 19

which shows a total of 36 positions
to be filled.
Six of the positions open in the
Health Bureau are for staff nurses.
The other openings are for a den-

iaj fvygienisk, two exterminators

WHETTED CURIOSITY One Soviet woman reaches over
the railing to open a book Included in the American homes
display at Ihe U.S. fair in Moscow. Russian hunger for in information
formation information about America has made the exhibit a huge success.

Final Performance
01 Warner Chorale
In Panama Tonight

The Roger Wagner Chorale
will perform at the National

Theater this evenina at 8:30.
Music critics In Cub.i dubbed

the group performance In Cuba
earlier this week a "resounding
triumph."
The choral group performed
last night at the Abel Bravo
College In Colon.

The appearances of the out outstanding
standing outstanding choral group In the
Republic have been arranged by
the Department of Fine Arts
and Publications or the Ministry
of Education in cooperation
with the Han.tmanlun-Norlll
American Association. The
group Is traveling under the
auspices of President Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's Specl.il Ihternationl
Program for Cultural Presenta Presentations,
tions, Presentations, administered in Panama
by the United States Informa Information
tion Information Service.

brarian; a medical biology tech technician;
nician; technician; a medical radiology tech
nicidn; one medical technologis-,
and an optometrist.
The Industrial Division has pi)
s'ttions open for a boilermaker;
two machinists; a pipefitter; a
infitter; and a typist
There is an opening for a
marine inspection assistant in the
Navigation Division. Three rhor
vacancies in that Divis'on are for
a general foreman, and for two
s'pnalrften.
In the Engineering and Construc Constructs
ts Constructs Bureau there are three nos.i
t ins onen: for a general engineer

a cartographic compilation aide aide-and
and aide-and a safety inspector.
The Locks Division has tw

f ) tnings, one for a lock operator,
electrician, and the other for a
towing locomotive operator.
There are two openings, too, 'n
ti e office of the Comptroller, on on-for
for on-for a rlerk'stenographer and th'
other for an accounting clerk In
the Klectrical Division there is a

Position open for a cable splicer,
and the Administrative Branch
has a vacrtncy for a passenger
traffic clerk.

The Contract and inspection Di Division
vision Division has but one vacancy, for a
construction inspector.

off

Waddell, who is Protestant,

charged Rosemary's father, John

Gray, engineered the abduction
and was in the car at the time.
Rosemary belongs to the Roman
Catholic Church.
"I threw off my gown and ran
to the front door; but the brid'!
and car had disappTOTet," said

the clergyman.
"It was a pretty grim scene,"
said witness Jean Storrie, 19.
Waddell, an accountant, finally
received word that Rosemary and
her parents were at the local po police
lice police station and he joined them
there. It was agreed to have a
private wedding ceremony at the
home of the best man, Magnes
Grant. Members of the wedding
party, some still wearing wilted
carnations, showed up before mid midnight.
night. midnight. After the ceremony they
toasted the newlyweds.

Democrats Doubtful
Of Civil Riahts
Chances In House

WASHINGTON (UPI)-, Influen..

tial northern Democrats conceded;

privately today they have just just-about
about just-about given up hope of getting
new civil rights legislation
through the House this year.
They said it appeared they
would have to settle for only ail
extension of the Civil Rights Com Commission,
mission, Commission, due to expire Sept. 9:
THE AFL-CIO. meanwhile, ac accused
cused accused northern Republicans and
southern Democrats in the House House-of
of House-of making a "package deal" de designed
signed designed to push through a tough
labor reform bill and kill civil
rights proposals.
The charge was made by the
AFL CIO Executive Council an

the basis of published reports

mat House Democratic leaders
have dropped plans for passage

of a civil rights bill at this ses

sion.

The House jolted labor last'

week by approving a reform mea

sure denounced by the AFL-GiO
as "vicious,'', -Ninety-five Derno Derno-crats'ifrim
crats'ifrim Derno-crats'ifrim sentlrn 'and5 border
states joined 134 Republicans in
voting for it.
"We are convinced that the
vote against labor last week wa
part of a legislative package deal
between the southern DemocraxS
.md northern Republicans and...
a swap of votes was pledged'
the council said in a statement.
The influential northern Demo-

cats felt that prospects still wern
better than 50-50 that Democratic
leader Lyndon B. Johnsoyt,Tejc.)
"ould steer a moderate. civil
rights bill through the Senile W
fore Congress adjourns.

But they believed the Hous
would not get a chance before
next year to act on rights legislation.

Birminohom Tot
Charged With
Robbinq Shop

BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (UPI) -Juvenile
officer D. B. McC'eSky
charged an eight-year-old girl here
with burglary and grand larceny
yesterday,
lie said he was chagrine to
learn that her two, four and six-veir-old
brothers h e 1 p e .' her
break into a sandwich shop and
s'eal $10 in money. cooHes, wein wein-ers
ers wein-ers and chewing tobacco.

BABY DROWNS IN WASHER
DUARTK. Calif. (UPI) An
18 month ld girl drowned
Wednesday after falling head first
into an Idle Washington machine
while her moiher was haneing out
the wash. Little Flsft Marie Rar

ney was found in Ihe machine
among soaking clothes by her

mother, Mrs. Patricia Barney,
26.

House Will Probe
Missile Ads And
Partying Brass
WASHINGTON (UPI) House
invi-iipatprs planned today to ask

Air Force officials what they think

nhour !h "lush entertainment of
military officers by big .defense
,'ontrac'ors.
,.Jt .also seemed likely that
.-p: rr!':n; ouestions would be
posed concerning the advertising
i f 'ir Force nuided missiles by
such companies as Boeing in be be-Vif
Vif be-Vif er the Bomnrc.
Witnesses scheduled to appear

be'vv s Housemed Services
Investigating subcommittee in in-cl'iHr,
cl'iHr, in-cl'iHr, Ac.-tcifot jr Force Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Philip B Taylor and Mai.
Gen. Reginald C. Harmon, Air
Force judge advocate general.
Chnirmaji F. Edward Hebert
rn-T.a.l was 'expected Id i sk Tay

lor if fh" dr Force approves of

its officers gome on gay weekend

excus-ons the BabHrnv at the

exDense of the MartinFCo.1

O'i'c -il ; Pie a. reran urm
testified last' week that they threw

!. .ch vr.uties at an exclusive

counlrv c'ThH on, tine of.th resort

The 'Army admitted tn the auOV

it ureed Western Electric4 Cbrtt.

Ii nlnv 'tft- t'" Nite Hercules

missile more in newspaper adver
tising. However, the Army insis insisted
ted insisted the rv in reason was to in

form the public, not to Influence

defensa appropriations

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