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PANAMA 1.W7S COLON 77
' PANAMA, R. P. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1959
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HfOW HE KILLED Confessed slayer Silvan Ward, 17, demon demon-ltteB
ltteB demon-ltteB how he turned and fatally sUbbdd Paula Caballero, 26,
irtien he: collared him the vicinity of the Golf Heights home
of Irving -Halman' Saturday night. The girl In the pieture was
token aipng by detectives'' to help reconstruct the crime for
Young Gas Station Attendant
hiFanama. Secret Police today credited a tip from
ngak'whpae conscience bothered him for the main
ai$ V(S5.th identity of .the murderer "o'Panarnaniah rrfaid
6eff igmfc jhom 5yin88man Irving Halman
- l&ecrt Hic chie4 Rogeiio Pinzon yesterday identified
the murderer as Silyano Ward, 17, who has confessed to
killing the maid when she caught him hiding in the vicinity
"."Halman home with intentions of breaking in'.
. Pinion said the first clue to the identity of the killer
came :iivfl Nelson Troesch, 20.year.old gas station attend,
artt, vhd went 1o Secret Police headquarters Monday morn,
inf j'and.trjld detectives Ward was the man they were look.
Motor Transportation Divi
sion school buses are being
made available again tun
school year for school children
in nrPBs where free noon
school bus services is not being
provided by the scnoois uivi-
it was announccQ wuajr
at B&lboa Heights.
Dorontt man nnrain Lnis rav
i BtbUW IUWJ I f
ha eta nnnn Er'nnnl BUS SerVlCC
for their children by purcnasing
fickels from the.pashler locat locator
or locator at. th Motor Transrjortation
Division Ancon Garage between
i m anri i in Dm. Monday
through Friday.. Those employes
having cnarge accounts mauj
mirfViai thus tickets bv call-
inr the cashier. Balboa 2-3300,
and the required number of
tickets will be mailed. The
price of the monthly ticket Is
Noon school bus service will
hp nrovided onlv in areas
where free morning and after
nocW service is presently esta
blished, and if sufficient re requests
quests requests are received to warrant
such service. Service will begin
Sept. 1. Student, will be de delivered
livered delivered to and -picked. up rron
the same bus stops as in morn morning
ing morning and the afternoon.
US Subs Transiting
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Troesch said his conscience kepi
bothering him ever sines Sunday
mrming wren he met Ward, who
told h;m of IV e slabbing at Golf
Hfighls the night before.
Sight, after leaving the scene of
thV Crime Saturday night, Ward
had gone '.to the San Francisco
hjim'c of another friend, Manuel
CabalWro, to whom he recounted
whsti had just happened.
CabalUro, who loaned Ward a
pair of plitri to dtstroy the
knifo tht killtr had usd, said
nothing until afttr ht was pick pick-act
act pick-act up hi dataetivas. As a rasult
ha is baing held as an accesso accessory
ry accessory e'ftar the fact.
On the basis of Troesch's tip,
Ward, who had been caught some
mnntks sen while attempting to
break into the same Halman home
was picked up for questioning.
Mfccd. a strapping youth with a
polifce record since the age of 12,
apparently at first denied that he
waVthe killer, hut finally broke
down and' decided to confess later
Ward said he went to the Hal Hal-mrt
mrt Hal-mrt ;iorrte around 7:15 Saturday
night with the intention of break breaking
ing breaking and stealing what he could
.He said he waited for a while
.cfi. n nf thp Panama Golf
Club which adjoins the Halman
home From there he could watch
trie movements of the people in
hdue, which he knew well, hav hav-t
t hav-t before.
He figured the Halman family
would". go out to the movies or
irmewhere. When he saw that
movements in the house had less lessened,
ened, lessened, he walked across the lawn
nd tried to break in through a
While. he was workino, on the
door, Paula Caballero opened
the door of the maid's qoartor
wrrh; sme we clothes In nor
He said he threw himself to the
ground and pressed close to the
building. She looked both sides as
ihe came out of the door but she
dW not see him.
After Paula hung out the clothes
-i ,.rvinff and went back
Into her quarters Ward went back
to work on mewr uui
tie success as it seemed to have
, aii thp inside.
Ward was still fruitless working
on the door, according io m uwu
.....mint nf pvents. when he heard
the maid's quarters open again
anr' lie turned ana ran iuwmu
clotheslines, and hid In the nearby
Paula again made for the clothe j-
lines, ,lo hang out some muu
clothes. However, she probably
tensed that something was amiss
and stopped what she was doing
lo kok arounu.
It was tlien, Ward said, that
s... ifo.itu r.,i.i ,i.i.i;.a in the
bushes and immediately made
a..ei ,i,m ar.u graoeu hiiii by
his shirt at the back of his neck.
,,c said he wresuci wil .ier.
with neither of them saying a
oi''i. ,:ui was ui'Hoie m 'Jieak
loose. He then rememoeied a
Kn n lie was t rrjiiix Ins belt
Ward confessed that he pulled
the .c'l .'e m h s rgh. hanu and
turned and stabbed her in the
"Ay mama mia," she gasped,
aceurJing lo Ward. Siie imme immediately
diately immediately released her grasp and
iurning, ran towards the house
crying for help.
THE. NEW TOWING LOCOMOTIVES to be used on the Panama Cknal Locks may look some something:
thing: something: like this. Capt. William C. Hughes, Jr., USN, Marine Director, left, and Lt. Col. Robert
D Brown Jr., JGnglneerlng and Construction Director, examin" a four-foot experimental model
of-the neny "mules" submitted by a manv'-ctu-ins firm for inspection by Canal officials.
W Mis; tigging Of Cut To Feature
tn Doubfe Header Bid Opening Tomorrow
Ward tnld Heteelivps hp th.?n
calmly walked towards the golf
course, shopped in te bon o h,. tv
the clubhouse and washed off the
knue at a water ountai.i, ana
went towards San Francisco to his
lriend Caballero's house.
He told Caballero what had
happened, borrowed a pair of
pliers from him to destroy tha
knife and said it was up to Ca Caballero
ballero Caballero whether ho wanted to
tell the police or not.
Ward then took a bus and came
into Panama City where he went
to a radio station and remained
thrrp iint'l ahniit in-3fl
Vfp thpn wpnt hiimo nnri tit a va
lue candle he had bought days
Deiore ana prayed lor lorgive
Tha killer taid ha could not
sleep that night, but next day
he felt better and then told his
friend Troesch about it.
Dptprtivps found most nf thp
iiippps nf thp miirrfpr wpannn jt
the spot where Ward said he had
Ward alftn ronfpsspH to apvprnl
burglaries in the suburban Golf
Heights and San Francisco area.
He said he always operated rlur rlur-in?
in? rlur-in? thp parlv hours hpransp nn
tine usuallv pxoecls a thief to be
about at that hour.
The young killer pave details
of the houses and things he had
stolen at various time, qiving
names and exact locations, but
he denied that he was in cahoots
with any one or that ho operat operated
ed operated with a gang. 1
Deleciives were Jubilant todiy
ivpr Itavinj? solved tile murder
which had set off speculation that
it might have been the work of
t unrequited lover.- and 'uf'
brought out the names of sevcr sevcr-I
I sevcr-I prominent individual who had
been friendly with the dead young
Some unofficial Isthmian observ-
p- fday l'nked tne rrcenr rasn m.
US Navy submarines transiting
tt' Cantl soi'thbound will) a US
admiral's disclosure yesterday that
mo subm-rnes believe-' to he
Communist are operating in Paci-
Adm. Herbert G Ho.pwood, coni-.-iaPr
n e'-ef o' tb" U.S. Pad Pad-h
h Pad-h the disclosure m
311 ne-'o st 'be Institute or Ae Aeronautical
ronautical Aeronautical Sciences' meeting on
- i.-tbnvjr' n-ar are. "e svel
the Pacific Fleet at present spends
rti-.!tt drat more than half"
its "Jimp in bmarine train
ing, and operations.
TV-, 'tt' 'i b resulted in the
creation of a staff job for a three-ri-r
--im'ral to be concerned nlp.
ly with anti submarine defense
pi srrec '1A '"d.
Local residents recalled that the
--.( P-pifir hnnrH nara''e
Navy submarines started with the
atomic pwered Swordfish. which
stopped at Rodman Naval Station
.Tulv 14 for i shiDover before con continuing
tinuing continuing to Pearl Harbor:
Since then, the lSS Barbero.
converted to a guided missile sub submarine,
marine, submarine, and the USS Growler, a
new and modern guided missile
jiiV. havp transitpri to join the
Pacific Fleet. On July 30, the Na Na-vv
vv Na-vv submarne. Medregal visiip-.
the Isthmus before entering the
Another sub, the USS Carp,
m-.c thp fanil transit northboiv
last week, then continued on its
innrnpv frnm Paeifie waters o
a nuhlie st.itemenl
F. M. Esielones, project chief here
for Merritt-Chapman, flatly de denied
nied denied the men's charge of "unsafe
wnrkine conditions" and. .said the
h. nlap,mnt rth Mnami canal'a veteran 45-year oid electric mmes, is unm .sin tn wairaa-u-lw
.r?iKi'IWKa-tik2 lr.aniMAlita1ri whieh-Hhort- -will -bo- -tbte--jMM tiu, open-
iL ava'tPm tor thi Pan ami Canal
Locks and alon GilUri ,Cit. Together both project will take in some of the most extensite
Cna1 tmprorement work since the Canal opened, and will cost several mi lion dollars.
- The new towlnr locomotives will be the latest thing in locomotive design and the result or
much research and development. They will be s new, in fact, that none of this particular type
has: ever been built before.
20 RP Workers
Demand More Pay,
An unexpected labor dispute flared up in the Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Cut today when 20 Panamanians employed as heavy
equipment operators walked off the Merritt-Chapman
Scott Corp. $7 million Cut-widening job.
The delegation, led by Rogeiio Guillen, president.' of
the Panama Heavy Equipment Operators and Mechanic!
Union, demanded higher wages and safer working conditions.
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ob contractor 14 of the day-shift operators left the job
According to reliable sources, Guillen has called for
a 24-hour work stooDaae bv all Hav nnrl ninht hif nnr.
rr --.g-.. v
ators belonging to the Union.
Another 20 Panamanian operators work on the night
shift, but reportedly only about half of the 40 men belong
ro rne rne ranama union wnicn sparked the tlare-up.
fhe replacement mules will
differ radically : in appearance
Ixfiva those- which have been in
luurotltin nn th trte.k walls
smce the Canal was opened.
Tney win nave a inngei
wheelbase and present a more
streamline d p j e a r a n Cie,
brought about largely by the
use of the douoie towing wincn
system and the need for good
visibility for and aft oy tne
They will be twice as power powerful
ful powerful 'as the. present towing
locomotive and a great deal
Pniipred hv 440-Vfilt 60-CVCle
alternating current, they will be
able to tow. at one, two, or mree
mph, and have return speeds of
six to nine moh as compared
with the tow speed of one or
two mph and return speei oi
flvemph of those now In use.
Because so many of the com components
ponents components are cOmplety new,
evaluation of the bids will be
based not only upon the price
offered for their construction
but also upon the designs
The successful' bidder may not
hp annarent -at the ODeninu of
bids, it has been pointed out
byLt. Col. -R.D; .Brown,
giriieering and Construction Di
It Is expected, he said,
Canal Co. Relieved Of Huge Tax Bill
As Ike Signs Emergency Fund Law
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27
(UPIi -- President- Eisenhower
signed into a law a bill re relieving
lieving relieving the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company of paying interest on the
emergency fund It has on de de-nnsit.
nnsit. de-nnsit. in t.hp U.S. Treasvirv.
The company has ilO.OOO.OOO
on deposit in the Treasury. Un Under
der Under present law it must pay -in
terest on the fund whether It
draws on the account or not.
Under the new law it will pay
interest only on the amount
drawn from the account, and
not on the balance.
At Balboa Heights, a spokes spokesman
man spokesman aairi the Sin millian emer
gency fund was established
many years before the Panama
Canal became a company while while-owned
owned while-owned by the US. Congress.
When the Canal became a
corporate Organization in 1951
the fund, which until that
time had actually been federal
government money, became in
effect loan fund on deposit for
use oi me ranama uanai uuui
ITntll tnrlBv'a h n n o u 11 ced
change the company could draw
on the fund at will, but since
it was regaraea as a ioan cre credit,
dit, credit, the Cartal company paid
interest on tne entire io mu
licn. Thet Interest averaged more
than a quarter a million dol dollars
lars dollars yearly. ;
The new plan means simply
that although the money is
still regarded as a loan fund,
the Canal Company ill pay
interest onlv on -thai oiriion
which is drawn for spending.
hundreds of drawings and
sketches showing exactly how
the contractor proposes to make
certain features fulfill the
operating requirements, will ac accompany
company accompany the bids and all must
be studied for feasibility and
app viateness for the towing
job to be done at the Locks.
Evaluation oi tne digs win di di-made
made di-made by Company personnel as assisted
sisted assisted by consultants here and
in the United States.
The lighting project, which
For Coco Solo
Lt. Col. Raloh E. Conant.l
whose appointment is superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of Coco Solo Hospital
was announced recently, will
arrive here Sunday aboard the
USNfi, Goethals to assume his
new post. He will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife.
Tha n p w superintendent
comes to the Isthmus from Fort
McPherson. Ga., where he was
chief of professional services
in the'Armv Hospital.
w ic a native of Pennsylva
nia and took his medical de de-or
or de-or at. the mlleee of Medicine
ofHRew York University. He
s e r v ed his internship at
Knockerbocker Hospital in New
He was in private practice
until the outbreak of World
War, II when he became an of officer.
ficer. officer. In the Army Medical
Corps. After he was separated
from the service at the end of
the war he returned to private
practice in Larchmont, N.Y.
He rejoined the Army me medical
dical medical service in 1951.
is also part of a short-ranee
improvement program to in in-ereasp
ereasp in-ereasp the caDacitv of the Ca
nal, is the outgrowth of an ex
perimental lighting system
which has been on trial basis
lor the past two years at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Locks and in a sec section
tion section of Gaillard Cut.
The system adopted is the
one recommended by a com committee
mittee committee of pilots who worked
with the engineers in the ex experiments.
periments. experiments. The numose of the project, is
to Drovlde adequate, modern
lighting for the Locks and Cut
t.n nermit, 24-hour operation.
The advertisement for bids
nn the two Droiects have arous
ed more interest among pros prospective
pective prospective bidders than any other
nrnier.t for manv vears. Scores
of representatives of engineer engineering
ing engineering and manufacturings firms
attended mk-biddiivT conlrr-
ences on the two projects.
Indicative of the miercsi dis displayed
played displayed is the fact thai one
manufacturing firm has al already
ready already submitted a four-foot
model of a towing locomotive
for examination by Canal engineers.
urninir ton war ax:-
, While come -operator of small
bulldoeeri. er getting 1.25; per
hour, most are being paid $1.50
hourly, and mracticallyaH are
working six 10-hour days and thus
(with overtime) being paid for a
70-hour work week, Esielones said.
Thus tha taka-hom pay of tho
man affacttd averages clesa to
$100 waakly, ha addad.
Esielones pointed out I he fin-hour
week was a condition of employ
ment for all workers on the Cut
widening job, since the job was
hid on the basis of a 20 hour ner
clay, six day week operation. Two
shifts work dailv.
Charcing "ill-treatment" and
nnor job safely for workers, a un union
ion union snokeman pointed to one man
"kept on the job" despite a broken
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PC Executive Sec.
On Temporary Duty
Paul M Runnestrand. execu
tive secretary of the Canal
Zone government, has been as assigned
signed assigned to temporary duty in
the Washington office during
the vacation of W.M. Whitman,
secretary of the Panama Cannl
Runnestrand will return to
the Canal Zone about mid mid-September.
September. mid-September. Forrest G Duns Duns-moor,
moor, Duns-moor, deputy executive secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Is acting in his absence.
But Esialonas said injurad
workars ara raturnad te duty on only
ly only with a doctor's clearanea and
tha spacific casa citad by tha un union
ion union that of Osman Grossatt
he brandad an outright fabrica fabrication.
tion. fabrication. (Irosselt, who was drawing disa disa-lililv
lililv disa-lililv payments for a full 40-hour
work week while off (lie job, re
MMoclnrl hp hp rpturnpfl In dll.v I'l
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ake advantage of lnereaserl earn earnings
ings earnings for overtime hours, accord
ing to iMcrnn-cnapman oiuci;,i.v
According to Esiclns, )he
eroim came to him this morning
demanding higher wages and wit n
"general complaints over work working
ing working conditions.
However, he said, the only spe specific
cific specific demand was that all equip equipment
ment equipment operators he paid the same
$1.50 wage figure.
He told the men fhe present
wage scale already was higher
than that used to figure the Cut-
widening project and that the lirm
was unable to increase tnis scaie.
Askad whathar tha man would
bt ragardad as dismissad from
their jobs, Esialonas said ha re regards
gards regards tha workars as having vol voluntarily
untarily voluntarily quit and will faal fraa to
replaca tham with qualified op operators
erators operators who apply for work.
Merritt-Chapman officials said
the onl yspecific complaint regis
OSMAN GROSSETT, Merritt--,
Chapman employe, points to the
onee-broken jaw he claims was
not properly mended, before the
company ordered him back to
work on the Cut -widening job.;
Company officials say Grossett
returned to work voluntarily be because
cause because he wanted the fat overtime
tererl this morninff nvt tiTtfli,
conditions involved equipment opt
rioM.i.., mm leave assigned sta
Hons to return their
According to the Company, tb.8
decision over necessary equipment
repairs is a decision belonging te
the job supervisor rather than the
maiviauai operator. s
Since tha Cut-widening job be began
gan began five months ago there have
been periodic chargts that Merritt-Chapman
is "driving" work workers
ers workers to gat maximum job output.
Officials of the firm have perio periodically
dically periodically confirmed that the jnbv,- 1
being run on a "tight schedat,"
hut have repeatedly denied lhat
any workers are being driven be be-vnod
vnod be-vnod their capacit'"-
A spokesman for the Union said
today they would "imoede" any
men attempting to fill the vacant
mhs, hut did not elaborate on just
how this would be done.
Army Profs Required To Add Ha-Ha Happy Note To Lectures
ATLANTA (UP1) -Why does
a second lieutenant roll with
laughter when told he's a misera
ble round tent pee in a square
hole? Because a first lieutenant
told him so in a merrily tiis tiis-chievous
chievous tiis-chievous manner. That's why.
The order has gone out to in instructors
structors instructors at the Army's infantry
school at. Ft. Benning, Ga.: Be
This non-classified military n n-fofmation
fofmation n-fofmation came to light this week
in the form of aeporl from the
public information division of Hie
infantry center at Ft. Kenning.
It was a six-page study of i tie
way, soklieri are made, at l'l.
It 1h document sneak for
"The tudants were getting .-cs
nodding. Others whispered to each
"The instructor saw he was not
getting through to the students. He
deftly reached under the podium,
drew out two huge cymbals and
slammed them together with the
enthusiasm of a high school mu musician.
sician. musician. Drowsiness vanished in an
instant. Students roared with
"This is a sample of humor that
infantry school instructors at Ft.
Benning inject into their
i laLps. ."
It must be quickly added that
the cvmhal hauainii bit is an ex
ceDtion to the general rule. The
Army points out specifically that
"no longer do soldiers hear an un
related joke before the instructor
aets down lo the aitfvieet. Now tne
less. A few sleepy beads were joke-story must tie in with tht
In one skit that has "proved a
favorite with advance and asso
date officers classes" a student
who has been let in on the secret
ahead of time doubtless with
m u h conspiratorial giggling
rises to ask: "What lights a tracer
"The instructor acts startled,"
the Army chuckles, "and out
comes a swami in full regalia in
eluding a turban and crystal bull.
The wami, an assistant instruc
tor mm a rionspnsk'H answer s
a puff of smoke emerges from be
hind the crystal ball.
The creaking old World War II
veterans of Henning's Harmony
Church area doubtless will recall
that the humor of those bygone
days was somewhat mora broad.
Chiefly it concerned points of in
teresi now oniy ui nistorica
value in nearby Phenix City,
out now. 'Today's joke-
are well rehearsed. An Army
handbook for instructors says dis discretion
cretion discretion must be used so as "no;
to attack race, creed or na
tionalily . (and) clean humor is
as American as the hot dog."
A board reviews the skits, and
prospective instructors must con convulse
vulse convulse the director with "10 prac
lice sessions including at least one
"Through it all," laughs tlie
Army, "the students learn what
not to do, which is a valuable help
in their training. It makes the stu students
dents students think."
He who laughs last will scrub
Today s Transits
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it H doesn't appear the
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et ey. Lrrtf n are published In the order received.
Please try te keep tne letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest eonrioence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statement! or opinion opinion-pressed
pressed opinion-pressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
. ..... I u... I... uninn nresirlrnt JorCe MpLlfideZ (Mall
ine leuer num una iinc u. ...... r ,
Box Aug 12) requesting a description of the bus checker I men mentioned
tioned mentioned (Mail Box, July 31) was the second such request 1 replied
(Mail Box Aug 7) to a similar request by "Unionist (Mail Box,
Aug 3) but ,o to clear the other checker, will give the descnp-
Checker of whom I wrote was at the Curundu kpoint on on-ly
ly on-ly on the first day after the checkers' strike was settled The ine ine-dent
dent ine-dent occurred at 9 am. The checker is a young, dark man wit.,
black shinv hair, and looked to me like an Indian.
I have not seen him since then. Maybe he is checking some somewhere
where somewhere else. Corioui
By VICTOR RIESEL
PARIS Where I've just come
from they tell you never to turn
Your back on the spot where
you'e just seen a gorilla. Just
I Keep lacing it. Back away slowly
lor it will kill you from behind.
I That seemed like good advice
here in the bou'evard jungles of
Soviet intrigue. -If you turn your
back on the Soviet operation on
!,he theory that tourist Nik it a
I Khrushchev now is a friend, you'll
never notic? that his agents are
.quietly accusing the United States
of preparing to bring back the Na Nazis
zis Nazis in Germany around a corps of
3,000 former Hitlerite army officers.
This attack on the U.S. is care carefully
fully carefully detailed in official Soviet do documents.
cuments. documents. The documen.s are the
blueprints for revolutionary ac action
tion action across the world by tens of
millions of workers in Communst
unions These are in the Soviet
WASHINGTON Sen Turn Hen Hen-nings
nings Hen-nings of Missouri, whose great great-giandfather
giandfather great-giandfather owDed more slaves
I than any other plantation owner
in Georgia and whose grandfath grandfather
er grandfather was an officer in the Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate Army, has been wag ng a
quiet, frustrating drive to put a a-'
' a-' cross a civil rights bill at this ses session
sion session of Congress. Up until this
! week he was extremely patient.
For over a month Hennings has
sent I move that
our hearings now."
When th?re was further objec objec-ion,
ion, objec-ion, the grandson of the pre-Civil
War slave-holder finally bypassed
his committee and introduced the
civil rights bill as an amendment
to a minor Senate bill from the
government operations committee.
Note Sen. Lyndon Johnson of
I am interested in exenanging siamps v.....
collector in the Ca-
TRESPASSING IN THE TIVOLI
rights bill. But Southerh senators
have stalled. They have been po polite,
lite, polite, good-humored, elfective, Sen.
Sam Ervin of North Carolina has
quoted at length from Aesop's
fables and recited Biblical quota quotations
tions quotations from Nicodemtis the Pha Pharisee
risee Pharisee who came to see Jesus in
the night to question him about
During one of the last closed closed-door
door closed-door committee sessions, when
Hennines moved to SDeed ud the
sabotage outfit known as the World civil rights bill, Ervin asked delay
been presiding over the Judiciary 'Texas has stated that a civil rights
subcommittee considering a civil .ur will be passed before congress
Z&t it true that nobody without an Identification Privilege Card may
tfwoass in a Panama Canal place of business? uM:
it true that a Panama Canal employe or other person holding
th a privilege card may not invite a non privileged person (such as
Olfwho lives and works in Panama) into any such place of business,
atich as a commissary, with him?
Is it true that privilege card holders may not permit people with
i such cards to walk into the commissary with them, select what
they want to buy, have the privilege card holder buy the goods and
tfitt-4ater pay the card holder for this contrabanded merchandise?
This is the equivalent of what is taking place in the Tivoli Hotel,
but there it is on a much larger scale. It is not a case of one or two
persons at a time trespassing, but of hundreds.
A Panama Canal employe, or other holder of a privilege card,
walks up to the catering manager and states that he wishes to make
arrangements for a partv for about ISO to 200 people. With the card card-feMnr
feMnr card-feMnr ic .m.lher nerson who is obviously a trespasser from Panama,
with no privileges. This is the person who makes all the decisions as
to the type of party, the food and the cost. It is obvious tnat he (or
ihe) is the one who is going to pick up the tab.
tomes the evening of the party and, lo and behold, in walk 150
or 200 of the best-dressed, non-privileged Panamanians you could ever
wish to see During the partv some oi mese guesis wm e sern wm.-v
perlng to the "privileged" Canal Zone employe. Cash passes under
1 the table, and soon the CZ employe is to be seen at the newsstand
using his privilege card to purchase a few armloads of cigarettes, lo lo-"LJions
"LJions lo-"LJions and so forth. He walks back to the party and distributed this
"contrabanded junk to the guests.
t- .After a while a few more non-privileged guests are to be seen
whispering to our Canal Zone employe. What are they asking of him
"rowT "Next wek 1 would like you to use your privilege card to make
'SlSiHrot dear little girl, who is getting engaged. Only this
time let's include a little gambling-card playing, for instance."
- -I read "Peep Water Sailor's" letter (Mail Box, Aug. 22), and be believe
lieve believe it should have been signed "Knee Deep Sea Scout."
Where does "Deep Water Sailor" get the idea that the Navy inci incident
dent incident under discussion should be kept secret from the American peo peo-'
' peo-' pie, so many of whom have relatives and friends serving in the same
I. Navy? Regardless of "Deep Water Sailor's" yearning for silence, he
'! can rest assured that this issue will be aired publicly, and as high as
', Washington if need he.
"Deep Water Sailor" would do well lo check his facts before mak mak-:
: mak-: ing accusations. Aug. 17 at 3 pm, the occasion on which "Deep Wa Water
ter Water Sailor" implies the man in question was repeating his alleged of of-'
' of-' f' 'sr. the man had permission to be off and was in the proper dress,
i And anyway, what's "Deep Water Sailor's" interest in trying to cause
f more trouble?
5 As for 15th Naval District directives. I'd like lo see the one which
I say, ballplayers may enter the Legion Club atfer hall games, if it is
1 after 4 pm. Did "Deep Water Sailor" ever see an afternoon game?
J ""Deep Water Sailor" professes to judge the ability of the man
" concerned. Did he ever work with him? And since when are one's
I part years in the service looked on as "bygones"? What else is a
' Nvy man judged by, if not his past record?
J If this man's record had heen adequately considered, he would
nof have hefn punished so severely.
Old "Knee Deep Sea Scout" must have had a day-to-day Navy
-eareer. Could that be why he says he never had a captain's mast or
a court martial (which 1 don't believe)
Ono Who Knows
federation of Trade Unions
In the papers before me there is
not the most remote hint of any
easing of smear attacks on the
U.S., Britain and France despite
Khrushchev's decision to chance
the crosstown traffic of New York
Chicago and points west. There
are reports here that Khrushchev
is even interested in facing the
AFL-CIO convention which will be
in session in San Francisco when
the Russian chief works his way
out to Fisherman's Wharf.
It is obvious from examination
of scores of reports of Soviet ac
tivity across the world that the
Russians have given orders to in
crease anti-U.S. activity on docks
and in factories everywhere during
his visit to the U.S.
Let me first back up the state statement
ment statement that even as Khrushchev is
shaking Gen. Eisenhower's hand
in apparent friendship, Soviet pro propagandists
pagandists propagandists are accusing the Pre President
sident President of the U.S. of leading a na nation
tion nation which backs Nazisrp. Here is
the actual quote from official pa papers
pers papers of Ihe World Federation of
"They (the U.S., West Germany,
and other Western powers) have
raised a new army of aggression
under the leadership of Nazi of
ficials and of more th.m 3,000 SS
(storm troop) officers; an army
which will be equipped with atom c
weapons by 1961. .Revenge-seeking
forces are making new terri
torial demands quite openly...
This stuff is being peddled hy
hundreds of fire-brealhing Com
munist orators in meetings and de de-moslralions
moslralions de-moslralions which never get a
line outside of the towns in which
they're held. But when you put the
list together, as some of us did
here, you find that brutal anti-U.S.
hatred is being sold dailv to work workers
ers workers in lands once oceunied by the
Hitler Afmiestrspeciayy in... Den.
mark, Norway and here in France.
There were, for example, some
200 such meetings in Norway in
Ihe past few months. And they
in order to read the record
"Will the senator from North
Carolina change his mind if he
reads the record"' asked the
senator from Missouri. "He's read
most of it anyway. He made most
of it with his own testimony. Will
rereading it change his position
even an inch?
"Is he like Joseph Smith, wait waiting
ing waiting to receive the word from the
Angel Monroni?" continued llen llennings,
nings, llennings, referring to the Mormon
angel who appeared before the
prophet Joseph Smith in a vision.
"I've learned Aesop's fables by
heart. I've heard the senator ex extol
tol extol the virtues of Nicodemus. I'm
quite sure he w;s a great man.
But he's been dead many years
and it's time to take up the pre-
(Preiented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
"Ho, every one that thirsf thirsf-eth,
eth, thirsf-eth, come ye te the waters, and
he that hath no money; come
ye, buy, and eat; yea, come,
buy wine and milk without mo money
ney money a"d without price."
TWO FOR PRESIDENT
Minnesota's Sen. Hubert Humph Humph-ley,
ley, Humph-ley, who spent eight hours with
Premier Khrushchev in the Krem Kremlin,
lin, Kremlin, telephoned Vice President
Richard M. Nixon after his return
from visiting with Khrushchev.
"Dick, 1 want you to know,"
reeted Humphrey, "that I am
o e of those who thirk your trip
vas good for America, good for
world peace, and," he added f'-iy
"good for you."
A hitherto unrevealed Incident
in the long, tragic illness of John
Foster Dulles has just been dis disclosed
closed disclosed by Gloria Swanson, tr
famed actress, who has starred In
more movies than she can re remember.
member. remember. When Dulles was stricken with
cancer. Miss Swanson telephoned
his sister, Eleanor Dulles, who is
the German expert in the State
"I'm only a movie actress but
I know krebioien has helped ma many
ny many cancer patients," she said, re referring
ferring referring to the treatment for can cancer
cer cancer pioneered by Dr. Stevan Du Du-rovic
rovic Du-rovic of Chicago and championed
by Dr. Andrew Ivy of the Univer University
sity University of Illinois Medical School.
"Your brother should take it,"
Miss Swanson urgsd.
"I agree with you," Miss Dulles
replied, "but my brother is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by too many people his
wife and all those doctors who
are frightened by the AMA."
Miss Swanson points out that
(he American Medical Association
has fought a long battle against
Krebiozen, though such famed phy
sicians as Dr. Ivy have champion championed
ed championed it as a treatment to alleviate,
though not a surefire cure for,
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that from space will com bene benefits
fits benefits to increase the Navy's mobili
ty and flexibility, for mobility is
the ageless story of navies. It is
th agelesi story of sea power...
"Throughout all history each
new instrument has added to the
totality of sea power, and we hope
that space technology also will."
Note The admiral neglected to
get his speech cleared at the De Defense
fense Defense Department, is now in hot
water for his partisan dreams of
Governor Earl Long of Louisia Louisiana,
na, Louisiana, Baton Rouge I have talked
to your nephew, Sen. Russell
Long, and am convinced he did
not deliberately conspire to have
you committed to further his own
political purposes. Russell had
been offered an honorary degree
of Doctor of Laws by Loyola Uni University,
versity, University, the same degree award awarded
ed awarded his father Huey. He flew down
to New Orleans to deliver the gra graduation
duation graduation address, so by mere coin coincidence
cidence coincidence happened to be in the
state at the time your commit commitment
ment commitment proceedings took place. Rus Russell
sell Russell tells me that he ha,.been and
still is concerned over your health
and feels that you should take an
extended rest. However, he in insists
sists insists he doesn't want to run for
governor of Louisiana I am con convinced
vinced convinced he much prefers being in
the US Senate where he is doing
a good job.
lama Canal Zone wife (only one salary in our family) who knows
IJand loves Panama, speaks Spanish, reads La Estrella, and is inter inter-tested
tested inter-tested in the economy of the country:
I cannot understand all the fuss and furore over powdered milk.
Why should I be forced to buy any Panamanian or US 'irand which
does not happen to appeal to me at twice the price of Danish or Dutch
m powdered milk which I personally find more palatable?
I understand that Panama cannot simply enough powdered milk
"5 for its own people, and this shortage wuold be even more acute were
9the product priced within the reach of the average working class fam fam-iily
iily fam-iily in Panama, let alone the Zone. If there is no such shortage, how
i come that throughout the Republic one sees sowdered milk supplied
by Unicef and Care'1
J, At various times there have been Mail Box letters, many of them
apparently wrilten by Panamanians, which have been less than full
jfof praise for the local powdered milk. On the other hand, there must
5b many people who prefer the local brands over all others. To force
J,any other brand upon Ihem would be as wrong, in my opinion, as is
the effort to force me to buy brands I don't care for.
" A reputation for sound sanitary practices cannot be built over over-5
5 over-5 night. Denmark and the Netherlands have had Ihe time to build and
.maintain such a reputation No matter how excellent may be the
- quality of their operation, the local plants have not had 'he time to
M match this reputation
ejh One last thing who supplied the cans of Danish and Dulch milk
which were photographed' Seems they must have been contrabanded.
F.J.K. WRITES AGAIN
Everyone who leaves Panama this week is very lucky because
"my first letter of this new series will appear next week. That letter
Jwill have what some of you are expecting Mv answer to the letter
that was written by a person who "substituted" for me.
That person said number 39 would hit first prize on Julv 19. As
you Know, nis numnri uiu run mi iri. nui mjjiir ne meam nis num num-Sbtr
Sbtr num-Sbtr would hil'next year, which seems to be quite probable accord accord-JJInf
JJInf accord-JJInf to my magn'ic calculator which I call "I.ncarithro."
4a, '.lis is how t-.e logarithm brain machine works: First, it will
Make in the three numbers that hit last Sunday Then, It will take in
"on bowl full of hot breakfast oatmeal Then, it will produce exact exactly
ly exactly what it has always produced so perfectly in the past resurrected
X You should have a dictionary handv next urok. You might need
L You will enjoy the Susan Hayward picture (ailed "Woman Ob Ob-iessed."'
iessed."' Ob-iessed."' It's about three people ho found il hard to readjust them them-elves
elves them-elves living under the same roof.
P. J. K.
Here, in Europe. Ihe anti-U.S.
rallies and underground propagan
da operations are directed by
specially trained Communist labor
organizers in schools which are
virtually unknown to the West.
One such unit has turn-d out
hundreds of operatives since 1953.
It is in Budapest, There are others
in Latin America and Asia.
In Asia, the anti-American pro pro-naganda
naganda pro-naganda pivots upon the cl arge
that we unleashed the Korean
War. The U.S. and President E'-
senhower are called ail th- usual
names. The action is directed by
the Communists inside the Jaoan Jaoan-;se
;se Jaoan-;se national federation of labor
ca'led Sohvo. They are now under
orders to launch somethin" ca'led
the Afro-Asian Trade Union Fed Fed-ration
ration Fed-ration (AATl'F). All o' f is is im im-ed
ed im-ed at smearing the U.S. and in inciting
citing inciting workers into destructive re
Th-re is a central group of Red
-. r (;nr ni,( f several
western cities mreJlv fern Paris,
sels, Romtv aafl in that inhc
Iween meropofMTiamed Warsaw.
Couriers link the men in those
areas with Prague, the Communist
Clobal headquarters. Ton orders,
of course, come from Moscow to
the Communist big five, the anti anti-Amercan
Amercan anti-Amercan global high rommand.
Agostino Novella, president of
the WFTU and head of the Ita'ian
General Confederation ol Labor.
Louis Saillant. secretary-general
o' the WFTU since i. began in
1945. Until 1948 he was one of the
toughest leaders of ihe French
Communist Confederation of Labor.
Benoit Franchon, WFTU vice
president, now boss and master
tactician of the French Confedera Confederation
tion Confederation of Labor into whose head headquarters
quarters headquarters I wandered the other day
jus; for fun.
Fernando Santi, leading mem member
ber member of the WFTU executive corn corn-general
general corn-general of the Italian Confedera-
general of the Italian onfedera-
tion of Labor in Rome.
Rurii Kirchner, WFTU executive
committee specialist for German
affairs. He is boss and secretary
of the so-called unions in East
This Communist world labor
command group conferred with
Marry Bridges and his braintrust braintrust-er,
er, braintrust-er, William Glazer, when they
were here on the continent last
vintei. What did the big five say
to those two fel'ow travelers? And
vice-versa, of course.
Everyone loves a bargain. We
can imagine the ancient .house .housewife
wife .housewife going over her shopping list.
Water, wine, milk and bread. She
has written them all down on a
convenient potsherd before going
forth to shop. Were there, even
thenl eatch-penny objects on dis
omy, baubles .and gimcracks, o
tempi her so that she might
spend he"r scanty silver "for that
which is not bread"H
Whatever the differences In the
ancient economy from our own
there is one trait we have in com
mon. Everyone loves a bargain.
But there is only one ba r g a i n
that stands up and that is the
one God has made with man. For
the word covenant really means a
God has made a free gift to us
of His Love. This is His barsa:"i
His covenant. And the irony is
that we wear ourselves out to buv
the cheap and the worthless, and
allthe time God is offerin is
mcrchand'se which will last for forever,
ever, forever, wh'ch we may acmiire,
"without money and without price.
Rear Adm. Jack Monroe, com
mande,- of the Pacific Missile
Range and outspoken advocate of
the Navy's role in space has come
ut with a new reason why sailors
should man future space ships.
"It U quite likely," he explain explained
ed explained in a recent speech, "they will
resemble destroyers in size and
weight more than they will air aircraft.
craft. aircraft. ..If one looks at the second
and third generation of space ve vehicles,
hicles, vehicles, one can envision an ex extremely
tremely extremely large space, ship that will
"One could Imagine a vehicle
that is probably the size of a des destroyer
troyer destroyer or larger and possessing
five or ten or more million
pounds of thrust."
Monroe described his vision of
rocket powered destroyers whiz whizzing
zing whizzing through space as a logical ex extension
tension extension of sea power.
"The sea power of this nation,"
he declared, "will be wedded to
usable space power ... We hope
The finest achievements
in artistic watchmaking
KkMIIVI A e I N T Of WOlll'l MNIIT
DENIES SUB REPORT
NEW DELHI, Ind;a (UP!) .-Indian
Indian .-Indian defense Minister V. K
Krishna Menon described as "in
correct yesterday reports thai Chi
nese submarines had been spotted
off the coast of the former com
munis! ruled slate o Keral i
"We made enquiries and the re
ports proved incorrect," the de
fense minister said.
Make your reservations now for yourself
or the entire family. Pay only
10 down and leave immediately on that
long planned for vocation.
Fly when you please Pay at your ease
while you enjoy AVIANCA'S world
famour luxury service.
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RECEIVE DEPARTMENT OF ARMY AWARDS Military personnel,- Panamanian and North
American citizens employed by the US Army Caribbean Quartermaster Section all contribute
beneficial ideas under the incentive awards program. Members of this representative group re received
ceived received recognition for suggesting methods of improving methods of operations. From left are
Sfc. Philip Rumore, non commissioned officer with the specialized services division; Emerson H.
Desai, a typist with the same division; Maj. F.J. chieffalo, division, chief who presented the
awards, and Mrs. Emma E. Brown, Quartermaster supervisory property and supply clexK., Rumore
ubmitted a work simplification study on Quar termaster troop issue of -perishable wilch re reduced
duced reduced paper-work and warehouse handling and brought savings of moE& thaltv jW3..ear. He
received a Departement of the Army Suggestion Certificate, Desai, who' makei ih!hbme at
4042 Fifth and Arosemena Street, Colon, was presented with a certificate and $fflTfrir devising
a better system of handling certain necessaary forms. Mrs. Brown also 'made a work
simplification study on perishable issues, and received a certificate for the improvement.
f (U.S. Army Photo).
,1 1 m
AFL-CIO Group Denies
pSnamo Lino Gblllngo
The Panama iiner Ancon, due
to arrive in Cristobal irom New
York today, has on board a
-fnii net nf 91 r nnsspneers. many
of whom are Canal Zone school
teachers returning, to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus after summer "vacations in
the JJiuted states ana aoruau.
trwiuriori nn the list are
Roeer W. Collinge, assistant
superintendent of the Division
OI BCnOOlS, anu
Lyons, dean of men at the Ca
l TOivilnr r.nllpffP
The complete passenger list
Mr, and Mr: Frank A. Ander Ander-anrt
anrt Ander-anrt snn' Miss Laura
BUU, ill., "-.
Atchley; Mr. and Mrs. Howell
W. Atwell and two children;
Miss Claude M. Ayeock; Mr. and
Mrs. Rowan a. cauey "u
daughter; Mrs. Ruth D. Benton;
Mr. and Mrs. L. Leroy Barfield
r A turn n HHrpn: Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour I. Barkowitz and three
children; Dr. ana Mrs. i. -ert
Berger and two children
xai- onH Rirhard W. Bock and
t.wn children: Mr. and Mrs.
. James H. Bowen and four chil chil-.
. chil-. dren; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B.
Bristol and three children; Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Card
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Shepard Clark and daughter;
, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Colclas Colclas-f
f Colclas-f sure and three children; Mr.
' Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Col Collinge;
linge; Collinge; Mrs. Elizabeth H. Davi Davison;
son; Davison; Mies Estelle H. Davison;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. DeGeer;
,. cnH Mrs HSU'OM C. DiDDre
XVI. 1 O." -
and two children; Miss Maymie
R. Edwards; ana Miss jane
Mr. and Mrs. Walete
Fischer; Mr. and Mrs. HanyMtfi
Ev,crio onH rianorhter: Dr. and
KAr tw1s v.. Fontaine and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Foster and daughter; Mr. ana
Mrs. John F. Frensley, Jr., and
Ralph R. Garrett; Mrs. Helen
Gerich and three children; Mr.
and Mrs. Francis W. Gurney and
three children; '-Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh D. Hale atU! two children;
Miss Elsie Halliwell; Miss Ber Ber-nardine
nardine Ber-nardine Hanna; Miss Dore P.
Hardy; Mr.' and Mrs. J. W.
Hare and four children; War Warren
ren Warren H. Hadlcr; Miss Dorothy
K. Henry; Mr. and Mrs. Jhon
F. Ham and two children; Mrs.
On DC Cherry Tree
WASHINGTON (UPI ) Squeaky Squeaky-voiced
voiced Squeaky-voiced comedian Arnold Stang,
out for a midnight sightseeing,
ride, demolished the auto of a
former assistant secretary of
state early today when he
smashed it into a lamp post and
one of the famous Japanese cher cherry
ry cherry trees.
Stang, starring here in the play
"Will Success Spoil Rock Hun Hunter."
ter." Hunter." was admitted to the Wash Washington
ington Washington Hospital Center with a
deep face cut, head injuries and
possible internal damage. He was
unconscious when taken to the
A spokesman for the Candelight
Playhouse, where Stang is appear appearing,
ing, appearing, said a plastic surgeon de described
scribed described the face cut as severe but
not serious. The spokesman said
the wispy, bespectacled comic
probably would not be able to go
on tonight for the opening of the
play's second week.
The surgeon's office reported
this morning that Stang was rest resting
ing resting comfortably and was out of
Marjoire Key, 28, a secretary
In the press section at the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese Embassy, suffered head injur injuries
ies injuries and cuts on her legs in the
sccident. The 1959 Lincoln Con Continental
tinental Continental belonged to her father,
David M. Key, former U.S. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Burma and one-time
assistant secretary of state.
A third passenger in thenar,
Feter F. Andrews, 28, a newspav
perman, was charged with dfunk
and disorderly conduct. H was
NOTED ACTRESS DIES
LOCARNO, Switzerland tUPI1( tUPI1(-Ma'rla
Ma'rla tUPI1(-Ma'rla Bazzi, an actress credited
with Introducing In' works of Pi Pirandello
randello Pirandello and D'Annunzio to t h e
American theater, died here in r
Olga Holmes and two children
Mr. and Mrs. Horace F. Jenner
and three children; and Mrs
Mrs. Jean A. Kerch; Miss
Dorothy C. Kern; Mr and Mrs.
John M. Klasosky and four
children; Billy. R. Koons; Mr.
and Mrs. Milton M. LaCroix
and two children; Miss Patricia
A. Lehman; Mrs. Genevieve F.
Long; Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Manakas
and son; Miss Hazel P. Mat
thews; Mrs. Ethel Miller; Miss
H, Eloise.Mpnrog;.Mis3 Dorothy
Moody; Mr. and Mrs. Paul W.
Morgan and two children; 'Miss
Lois Morgan; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Mullarky and two chil-
den; Mrs. Mary Lou Nelsoil and
two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry H. Nunley and two chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mn. Howard W
Osborn and two children; and
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J.
O'Sullivan and son.
Mrs. Vera Perry and son; Miss.
Genevieve M. Pielusko; Mrs.
Elizabeth G. Purvis and two
children; Mr. ana Mrs. Robert
J. Roy and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Weston Seaquist;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Spitzer
and two children; Mr. and Mrs
Howard B. Starkenber and two
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.
Tomford and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Tucker; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert W. White; Mr.
and Mrs. Donald R. Wilcox and
two 'children: Mr. and -Mrs.
Harry F. Willenbrock and daug
te&J&MJtA&toX., -George- Wil
and Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace E. Woodruff and three
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
head of the AFL-CIO's political
action department denied today
that his reports on congressmen s
voting records amounted to a
James L. McDevitt, head of the
AFL-CIO Committee on Political
Education (COPE), said anyone
making such statements was
guilty of "the most arrogant non nonsense."
sense." nonsense." He stated "categorically
and without qualification" that
COPE has no "purge list."
But he told Rep. John Dent (D (D-Pa.)
Pa.) (D-Pa.) in a letter printed in the
current edition of COPE's politi political
cal political memo that the organization
would continue to publish tabula tabulations
tions tabulations of how Senators and House
members vote on key issues.
Dent had written McDevitt to
ask about press reports that the
AFL-CIO political arm had pre prepared
pared prepared a "blacklist" on the basis
of a Senate vote on tax reform
McDevitt said the reoorts were
based on an article in a previous
issue of the COPE newsletter Re Retailing
tailing Retailing how Senators voted on pro proposals
posals proposals designed to closa tax loop
me COPE memo carrying Mc Mc-Devitt's
Devitt's Mc-Devitt's letter also contained the
SCOUT NEWS Inside
Canal Zone Scout Executive
To Attend Trainina Powow
Dan Daniels, Boy -Scout Ex Executive
ecutive Executive of the Canal Zone Boy
Scout Council, will join 3,000
other Boy Scout professional
leaders at their eleventh a
tional Training Conference at
Ann Arber, Micnigan, irom
Scout Executives meet for an
intensive period of training
under the. -leadership of their
national officials every four
vears. This year s training ,ses
sion which will feature an ad address
dress address by Associate Justice Tom
C. Clark of the United States
Supreme Court, will be held at
the University oi Michigan.
Brig. Gen. George F. Schlat
ter. Dresident of the Canal Zone
Bov Scout Council. "saM that
said that Capt. Robert F.. BOyd
will assume the duties of tne
local Scout Executive during
Daniels' ebsence. Boyd is a
Panama Canal pilot.
In addition to Clark, other
key speakers at the conference
will include Dr. Arthur a.
Schuck, Chief Scout exectuive
of the BSA; Ellsworth H.
Augustus, newly-elected pres president
ident president of the National BSA
Council; Orville Beal, vice pres president
ident president of the Prudential Life
Insurance Company; and Ray
R. Eppert, president of the
For Flying B-47
Under Big Mac1
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) Capt.
John S. Lappo, an aircraft com commander
mander commander of the Strategic Air Com Command,
mand, Command, has been grounded indef indefinitely
initely indefinitely for flying a six-jet B47
bomber beneath the Straits of
Mackinac Bridgs in Michigan,
The SAC reve2aled today that
Lappo, Muskegon, Mich., father
of four pleaded guilty in a court
martial to flying the big plane
April 24 Deneatn tne bridge con connecting
necting connecting Michigan's upper and low
er peninsulas. There is about 150
feet clearance between the bridge
and tne water,
Lt. Col. Bill G. Fendall, infor
mation officer at Lockbourne Air
Force Base, said a decision on
Lappo's penalty was reached last
complete House roll-call on initial
passage of the Landrum Gnlfin
Labor Reform Bill. The measure
was bitterly condemned by the
AFL-CIO as anti-labor.
In a preface to the oil call,
COPE said that 16 of bhe 181
House members endorsed by
COPE n last fall's election voteo
"againsfrlabor and for the bill"
in the key .229-201 vote.
It listed them as Howard Baker
(R-Tenn.), Lindley Beckworth (D (D-Tex.),
Tex.), (D-Tex.), Iris Blitch (DGa.l, Floyd
Breeding (D-Kan. ), Daniel Brew
ster (D-Md.), Larry Brock (D
Neb.), Clarence Cannon (D-,U;
Thomas Downing (D Va.), Flor
ence Dwyer (R-N.J.), George Fal Fal-long
long Fal-long (D-Md.), W.R. Hull (D Mo.),
John J arm an (D-Okla), Thomas
Johnson (D-Md.), Paul Jones (D (D-Mo.),
Mo.), (D-Mo.), Richard Lankford (D-Md.)
and Thomas Pelly (R Wash.).
"If 14 of the 16 had voted the
other way, the bill would have
been killed," COPE said.
LONDON (UPI) Peter Wilde Wilde-man,
man, Wilde-man, 20, thrust his arm down the
drainpipe of a washroom aboard
a train last night in an at attempt
tempt attempt to retrieve a dropped three threepenny
penny threepenny piece. It took a rescue
squad most of the night to free
Wildeman was on his way home
from London when he dropped
the coin down the drain. He ex extended
tended extended his arm into the drainpipe
and then found he eould not putt
There he stood held fast while
the train sped past his station
into another county and finally,
shortly after midnight, was
backed onto a deserted sidetrack
for the night.
It was 1:25 a.m. before a pass passing
ing passing watchman heard Wildeman's
calls for help. A rescue team
worked most of the night and dis dismantled
mantled dismantled part of the washroom be before
fore before he was freed.
He was taken to a hospital but
released in time to return home
The three penny pice was
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Two GOPers Want
Civil Rights Bill
WASHINGTON (UPI) Two
Senate Republicans Sens. Jacob
K. Javits (N.Y.) and Clifford P.
Case (N.J.) today asked the
Senate to act formally to with withdraw
draw withdraw civil rights legislation from
the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Javits told the Senate that "The
point of no return has been
reached" in the effort to pass a
good civil rights bill. With Case
he offered a formal motion to
discharge the Judicary Committee
from consideration of the subcommittee-approved
Javits told the Senate that "The
Communist propagandists can
have a field day" if Russian Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushcheve finds
the Senate chajnber deserted
whn he visits Washington and no
civil rights bill passed.
"The worldwide effect of such
situations as Little Rock and the
bombings of homes, schools,
churhes and synagogues is there thereby
by thereby enhanced," he said.
Case called the civil rights sit situation
uation situation "so critical that drastic
action is necessary." He said fail failure
ure failure to act 'would demonstrate
once again the helplessness of
the Senate at the hands of a d d-termined
termined d-termined few."
Both Javits and Case, m their
short Senate speeches, stressed
that Senate Democratic leaders
have said they want to consider
civil rights but have been power powerless
less powerless otorder the Judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee to report a bill. Javits said
the discharge petition has ample
precedent and is a "simple and
efficacious" way to help get a
bill bfore the Senate.
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'Second Try' Housing Bill
Rushed To House Floor
A M0DK1. LAYOUT displaying construction of the Colon Free Zone is pointed out to Brig.
Gala. James W. Coutts, Caribbean Command Chief or Staff, by M. Everardo Duque, general man-
ager of the Free Zone. Coutts was taken on a tour of the storage and re-export center for world
trfcjpe last week at the invitation of Duaue. Shown viewing the model display above, are left to
rist: Mrs. Coutts; Col. Carlton O. Shead, USA F, Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics at Carlb Carlb-beh
beh Carlb-beh Command; Mrs. Shead: Coutts, and Duque.
WASHINGTON (UPJ) The
House Kules Committee ester
day .rushed the $1,050,000,000 sec second
ond second try" housing bill to the House
floor for a showdown beginning
The Senate passed bill will be
brought up under a procedure
opening it to amendments. Re Republicans
publicans Republicans are certain to try to
alter it to mee President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's "serious objections" to
Rep. Leo Allen (R-Ill.j told
the Rules Committee he hoped the
President would veto the bill if it
reache him in its present form.
Th President indicated Tuesday
he jnay do just that.
However, chairman Brent
Spence (D-Ky.) of the House
Banking Committee, which ap approved
proved approved the bill 19-4 Tuesday, said
the new measure met many of
the objections cited bv the Presi President
dent President when he vetoed a bigger, $1, $1,-375.OOQ.0O0
375.OOQ.0O0 $1,-375.OOQ.0O0 housing bill las t
The bill contains one of the
President's three "must" de demands
mands demands for legislation at this ses session
sion session an increase in the Fed Federal
eral Federal Housing Administration's au authority
thority authority to insure home mortgages.
But Eisenhower wants the FHA
authority in separate legislaion
something Democratic leader say
hp will not get.
The President also demanded
Tuesday that Congress act on
bills to permit higher interest
i rates on government bonds and to
! raise gasoline taxes to help f f-'
' f-' nance the faltering interstate
i highway construction program.
I The House Way St Means Com Com-jmittee
jmittee Com-jmittee has shelved the President's j
(request for elimination of interest J
ceilings on long-term l'eder al
bonds. Some action may be taxcn
to wipe out the ceiling on savings
bond interest if Eisenhower will I
settle Jor that.
As for highways, the Ways a
, Means Committee has rejected a
j compromise 12-month gasoline iax
increase of a penny a gallon
which Speaker Sam Rayburn nad
worked out with Democrats on
the Public Works Committee.
Instead, the Ways & Means
, group voted to stand firm on its
own revenue raising package
which calls for a one cent hike for
22 months. Rayburn said Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, however, that he thought
something could be worked out.
He did not elaborate.
Eisenhower wanted to raise the
gas tax bv l'i cents to a total
of four cents a gallon. But he
called the ways and Means bill
step in the right direction and
probal'v would accept t.
Among the housing bill features
opposed by the Fresiuent is ? pro provision
vision provision for 37.000 new public hous housing
ing housing units. While this is a sharn
cut from the 190,000 in the vetoed
bill, Eisenhower wants no new
'41 "II 111 MMJtt.
m i-y. for-' :
BRIG. GEN. JAMES W. COUTTS, Caribbean Command chief of staff, examines a Spanish aa
sault weapon, a type of weapon similar to the "gatllng gun," at the Historical Museum of thi
Bolivian Officers' Military Academy at Colegio Militar on his recent visit to Bolivia. Shown
above on a tour of the museum are left to right: Col. Luis Saenz Centellas, commandant of
the Bolivian First Division Viacha; Gen. Gilberto Guzman Aguilera, commandant of the Boli Bolivian
vian Bolivian Military Schools; Coutts; Gen. Luis F. Rodriguez Bidegain, chief of the general staff of
Bolivian Armed Forces: Maj. William H. Fleshman, G-3 USARCARJB; Col. Robert 6- Palmer,
chief of the US Army Mission to Bolivia; and Maj. Miranda, faculty officer of the Colegio Mill
tar. While on the visit, Coutts and his party participated in discussions with the military mis mission
sion mission and State Department officials in Ecuador and Colombia, In addition to Bolivia, on mat matters
ters matters of "mutual interest concerning the unified Caribbean Command.
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Telephone A5 End of Via Espana In front of the New Racetrack
Four US-Reared Brothers
Fly To Parents In Russia
CHICAGO (UPD Four American-reared
brothers flew yester
day to a permanent reunion with
their parents in Russia, a land
they never have seen. At least
one of them was sorry to go.
One of the Kozrhin brothers, 10-
year-old Paul, clung to the vain
Governor Sure To Be
JACKSON, Miss. (UPD A tall,
courtly lawyer who has vowed to
close the public schools rather
than see them integrated will be
the next governor of Mississippi
Ross Barnett, 60, who preached
against "moderation" on racial
issues in his campaign and ex expressed
pressed expressed admiratiwi for Arkansas
Gov. Orval -.Faubus, overwhelmed
Lt. Gov. Carroll Gartin. 47. in the
state's runoff primary for the
Democratic gubernatorial nomina nomination
tion nomination today. He was never head headed
ed headed from the time the first pre precinct
cinct precinct reported.
The Democratic nomination vir virtually
tually virtually assures eLectiqn in Novem Novem-her,
her, Novem-her, since Republican opposition
in this one-party state is negligi negligible.
ble. negligible. With only 71 of the state's 1,828
precincts still uncounted Barnett
had piled up 212,093 votes to 178, 178,-597
597 178,-597 lor Gartin despite the fact
that Gartin was the choice of out outgoing
going outgoing Gov. J. P. Coleman, former
Gov. Hugh White and most of
the state's daily newspapers.
Burnett won d.es'ite severe
physical injury anfl a scandal
among his campaign staff. While
campaigning last s ring he
walked into a spinning airplane
propellor at Coldwater. Miss., and
was confined to a hospital for
several weeks. He wore a sling
on his arm throughout the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Shortly before the runoff pri primary
mary primary one of his campaign work workers
ers workers at Hattiesburg, Miss., was
charged with murder in the fatal
shooting of a highway patrolman.
The rampa:gn was a bitter one
even though both Barnett and
Cart'n -rp members or the segre segregationist
gationist segregationist Citizens Council and both
oMged a riil'tant segregation
policy if elected.
hope that he might return to
America if he wanted to. But he
and lis two older brothers are
Russian cKizens, born in a dis displaced
placed displaced persons camp immediately
after World War II. With their
departure they lost all ties to the
The 3 year old baby of the
group, Peter, was born in Chica Chicago
go Chicago and could seek to return to this
country after he is 21.
The three oldest boys Richard,
l9. George Jr. 11, md Pii'
clutched baseball mitts and balls
when trey arrived at Midway Air Airport
port Airport an hour before their plane
was scheduled to depart for New
The snorts gear was a gift from
the judge who had ruled this
country had no right to keep the
children separated from their par parents,
ents, parents, displaced persons who re returned
turned returned to Moscow after a brief
try at life in the United States.
Richard and George told news newsmen
men newsmen they were happy at the; pros prospect
pect prospect Of being with their parents
again. Each showed a youngster's
normal thrill of anticipation at the
thought of the long plane trip. But
Paul said he would rather stay
'I like it better I'm ued to
it." he said.
Peter clearly was disturbed by
the mob of reporters, photogra photographers
phers photographers and eamejm$fj; wioft -surrounded
the brothers" aBiT'memv
bers of the Russian Embassy
Three New Shows
Three new shows will be in included
cluded included on the CFN-TV schedule
beginning the week, ol Aug. 30
Jack 3cnny, returns with a 30
minu.e program of fun and mu
sic, Sunday evenings at 9 o'clock.
The Ed Sullivan Show, previous previously
ly previously viewed at 9 p.m., moves into
the 8 p.m. Sunday slot.
An addition to Monday night's
program is "Music Theater" with
Bill Hayes and Florence Hender Henderson
son Henderson as hosts. The first oi these te te-leplays
leplays te-leplays with music stars Jackie
Cooper in "A Place to Hide."
A new h.ur-long show, "Perry
Presents," is scheduled for 8 p.m.
Fridays. Hans Conreid acts as
hosi for the premiere performance,
and introduces as guests Theresa
Hrewer, Tony Bennett and the
from Washington who dint to
Chicago to chaperone the boys on
the first leg of their journey.
Peter blinked nervously from hi
perch in the arms of first the
welfare workers and then the
The other boys posed amiably
for photographers, and answered
ail questions shouted at them in
l he hubub.
But once on the plane, the boys'
smiles -vanished. Richard refused
to let a photographer take his
picture, and stared sober-faced
Judge Thomas A. Kluczynskl,
whose ruling sent the boys pack
ing off to a land of strange be beliefs
liefs beliefs and language, was on hand
to say goodby.
"I'm happy to close the book
on this situation. Knowing we did
the only thing possible," he said.
The boys had been placed in
Chicago foster homes and a
church home after their parents
were hospitalized for treatment of
a mental illness. The Kozming
elected to return to Russia when
thy were released as cured and
tried to take their children with
them two years ago.
A judge refused to relinquish
custody of the ch ildren until th
Russian government reported th
parents were mentally and finati
cially able to care for them. Now,
ifCluczynski has ruled, those al al-surances
surances al-surances have been made.
Solon Raps USN, USAF For
Mistake On Aircraft Fuel
Shot by Wife
BANGKOK, Thailand (UPD -?oi.cc
reported today that
Tin;! ri'l's agrk:'! iir -: er.
Sawat Mahapol, 46, was shot to
neal i 'luesday nigh! by his w ie
death last night by his wife
The couple had engaged in a
heated argument before the trag
ec.y, police s?i'i.
Prime Minister Sarit Thanarat
went to 'he scene of the shooting
Mahnpnl was senior fm-'' of
ficer before his appointment as
m;r,;,tw U agriculluxa last Feb
WASHINGTON (UPD A mem-'
ber on the House Space Committe
said yesterday it was "almost
inconceivable" that the Navy and
Air Force would spend 240-mil-lion
dollars on the development
o' a new aircraft fuel before dis discovering
covering discovering the program "was all
The congressman, Rep. Olin
Teague (D-Tex.). said grimly that
"somebody should answer for this
Teague made his comment as
the committee opened hearings on
Navy and Air Force decisions to
ibandon development so-called
"exotic" or borun-com pound fuels
for high-speed jet aircraft.
Two new plants to produce the
fuel were completed this month,
but they were closed beiore they
could be put into operation. The
Navv fae'V.v at Muskogee, Okla..
cost about 38 million dollars; the
Forcr plant a' Moel City
N.Y., cost about 53 million dol
"It is almost inconceiv-... to
me," Teague said, "that we'd go
this far, build two plants, pour
"'il'ions of dollars down th e
drain, before anybody found out
Iv nrogr-'n vs all vron"
Rear Adm. Robert E. Dixon,
NEW YORK (UPI) Invest Investment
ment Investment Manager George Washburn,
who was told yesterday the go government
vernment government arceptccl his bid of '. '.-000
000 '.-000 for a tiny, rocky island :n
1,on" Isla"1 1 Sn'T'' i' op'v
problem. He admitted he had no
-i-rtular reason for Niytn" -e
island and doesn't quite know
what to do with it.
chief of the Navy's Bureau of
Aeronautics, testified the program
was started in 1952 when the m:l m:l-itary
itary m:l-itary emphasis wai on aircraft,
not missiles. It was hoped the
new fuel would increase the rangt
of planes by 40 per cent.
He said the fuels research wa
cancelled after missiles took top
But Rep. Joseph E. Karth (D (D-Minn.)
Minn.) (D-Minn.) said the Navy spent, one
or two million dollars on the pro program
gram program this year after it already
knew lt was going to be can cancelled.
celled. cancelled. "I don't think the taxpayers will
stand .s'till for thia," lie com-,
Chairman Overton Brooks (D (D-La.)
La.) (D-La.) asked Dixon why the Navy
"took seven years to find out tha
fuels weren't of any use?" Dixon
reDlied that manv technical un unknowns
knowns unknowns were involved at the start
of the program in 1952.
I LITTLE L.IX
Highway Curves, Unlik those
of women, get more dangerous
Christ's triumph over material
laws of limitation established tha
supremacy of God's unchang unchang-able
able unchang-able law, will be the subject of
the lesson-sermon entitled "Christ
Jesus." Sunday at Christian Sci Science
ence Science churches in the Canal Zone.
Included will be the Bible refer reference
ence reference of Jesus' feedinr of uv
thousand men with five loaves
and two fishes. John (6).
Reference from "Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures"
by Mary Baker Eddy is as fol follows:
lows: follows: (273:21 26): "God nev?r or ordained
dained ordained a material law to annual
the spiritual law. If there era
such a material law, it would op oppose
pose oppose the supremacy of Supreme,
God, and impugn the wisdom of
the creator. Jesus walked on the
waves, fed the multitude, healed
the sick, and raised the dead in
direct opposition to ma t e r i a 1
The Golden Text is from John
(3:16): "God so loved the world
that he gave his only begottea
Son, that whosoever believeth ia
him should not perish, but hav
THCHSDAIAGVST 17, 1959
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service is the business of Mrs. Beryl Saunders in Bourne Bournemouth,
mouth, Bournemouth, England. .Carrying a supply of favorite feline foo
and drink on her motor sqpoter, Mrs. Saunders zips from nous
to house to feed pets left behind when their owners go o:
vacation. Her charge is three shillings, or 42 cents, a da v.
Oberammergau Males Forsake Barber
For Once-Every-Decade Passion Play
(UPI) This tiny village snug snuggled
gled snuggled in a mountain pass in the
Bavarian Alps is going longha'r
" The older men are growing
bushy beards and youths are let letting
ting letting their hair grow down to their
shoulders in this town of 2,300
population about 45 miles south
of Munich. :
All look forward to a "part in
Passion Play, "The Miracle of
Oberammergau," which has been
held every decade for the past 300
years excepting the war years.
The next play will be held in
.Actually Oberammergau bar barbers
bers barbers found themselves out of work
last February, which is the tra traditional
ditional traditional time to start letting
Everyone men, women, boys
and girls look forward to a role
In the play, which is a portrayal
of the life of Jesus Christ.
But they will not know if they
have beer! chosen until the begin beginning
ning beginning of, September, when the f f-lection
lection f-lection committee meets.
"No one knows yet who will get
the leading roles," said Johann
George Lang, who is director of
the Passioh Play Board.
Strict rules govern selection ol
Male members must have been
born in Oberammergau, h a v e
lived there, for 30 years, or have
been married to an Oberammer Oberammer-evi
evi Oberammer-evi woman for at least 10 years.
All must be Catholic.
W omen must be single and less
than 35 years old.
Some of the men have appear appeared
ed appeared in up to five plays, and at least
two are expected to hold down
the same roles next May as they
aia in iau.
One of these is Hans Schwaig Schwaig-hofer,
hofer, Schwaig-hofer, who portrayed Judas in
the last Passion Play. Another i-
Anton Preisinger, who portrayci
A third candidate for the same
role next year as in 1950 is Gi Gi-briele
briele Gi-briele Gropper, who previously
played Mary Magdelene. Miss
Gropper is still single and is 34
years old. She said she would like
to portray Mary again.
17 Negroes Slated
To Enter NC School
In Integration Move
HAVELOCK. N.C. (UPI) -,
Seventeen' Negro children will
enter previously all-white schoo's
here Friday in the largest inte inte-gr.
gr. inte-gr. 'ion move so far in North Car
The Negroes, all children f
Marine Corps personnel at tie
nearby Cherry Point Marine A t
Station, were admitled to t,h e
schools Monday night by the
Craven County Board of Educa Education.
tion. Education. School Supt. Robert L. Pugh ad admitted
mitted admitted Tuesday that the board
had taken the -action at a closed
meeting and said it had granted
the requests of all Negroes who
applied for transfers to the Have Have-lock
lock Have-lock Elementary School and the
Graham A. Barden Elementary
School. The children, ranging in
age from 6-12, had previously at attended
tended attended Negro schools at James
City, 20 miles from here.
The board acted on the recom-
rnendations of the principals of
the two schools and the district
tehool committee. Under a policy
adopted last month by the coun
ty board, only children of Negro
Marines living on 'he base were
eligible for transfer to the white
The transfers marked the Ian?
est of two token integration pro-
frsms in eastern North Carolina
he Wayne County board of edu
cation had previously agreed that
children of Negro sirmen at Sey
mour Johnson Air Force Base
could attend a white school near
Goldsboro. One Negro child at
tended the school in the closing
weeks of the 1958-59 school year
Limited integration has, been in
effect for three years in city
schools at Charlotte, Winston Winston-Salem
Salem Winston-Salem and Greensboro.
-v -".' r-v
While waiting ior the selection
committee to announce its deci decisions,
sions, decisions, the men of Oberammergau
go about their daily business in
surroundings reminiscent of Bib Biblical
lical Biblical scenes.
Schwaighofer, an instructor at
Oberammergau's famous wood wood-carving
carving wood-carving school, has been in the
Passion Play three times already.
Recently he and some of his
studeiu 'iave been carving a
huge k.s 'nto six-foot statue of
Christ on I'.ie ercr
Presinger in the owner of a
village hotel nd has one son and
four daughters. Now 46, he first
took part in the play In 1934
when he depicted Lazarus.
Another of the veterans of the
Passion Play is Georg Lang, 59,
who has had three speaking and
two walk-on parts.
An author once described "The
Miracle of Oberammergau" as "a
mixture of faith, piety, high prin
ciples, self-sacrifice and brilliant
The men of the village fee no
contradiction between that lofty
description and their own moun mountain
tain mountain lives even though, for ex example,
ample, example, nearly all of them hunt
for a hobby, a sport that Christ
mignt very well ave frowned up
Mercury Mine Worth
40 Million Dollars
MERCED, Calif. (UPI) An
Air Force .sergeant who inherited
a mercurv mine valupri at 40
million dollars said today he
wants to keep his $480 a month
job as tail gunner on a B52 jet
"But, now I've got enough to
buy groceries for a while," said
T. Sgt. Thomas L. Howlett, who
is presenuy siauonea at uastie
in r orce Base.
The 28 vear nld airman in
hcrited the mine from Mrs. Cora
Dinsmore of Livingston, Calif.,
the widow of a prospector. It is
believed to be the largest mer mercury
cury mercury mine in the world.
Howlett ioinprl the Ppntprnctal
Church here two years ago and
marriea iova Mayberry, 18, the
daughter of a Merced County tur turkey
key turkey grower. Mrs. Dinsmore was
a friend of the Mayberrys.
The airman and his bride be befriended
friended befriended the widow and listened to
her stories of prospecting trips
throughout the world. But her
favorite story was one about a
mercury mine in Alaska.
Early this soring, Mrs. Dins
more showed the young couple a
metal box containing a map to
the multi million dollar mine
Just five weeks 'before she died"
the widow said that they were to
Howlett went to Alaska re re-staked
staked re-staked the mine and obtained
an impressive geologist's report
LANDSLIDES TAKE TOLL
MATSUm .T:.o n-Ai i ....
slides caused by torrential rains
K'ued 3i least -12 persons durin
the week end in southwest Hon-
Four other persons were reported
THE WORLD IN THE NEWS
Elections Committee Seats
Alford Over Hays In House
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Elections subcommittee an an-n
n an-n o u n c e d today that its in investigation
vestigation investigation of the disputed 1958
Arkansas congressional election
showed segregationist Dale Alford
defeated Rep. Brooks Hays by
The subcommittee thus held in
effect that Alford was fully en entitled
titled entitled to the House seat he has
held since January. It will report
its findings to the full House Ad
ministration Committee, which n
turn will submit a recommenda
tion to the House.
Chairman Robert T. Ashmore
(D-S.C.) of the elections subcom
mittee said the final tally by his
investigators showed Alford with
30,247 votes and" Hays with 28,749.
This was 256 more votes than Al Alford
ford Alford received in the original
counting of ballots.
Asked whether the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee had not found in effect that
Alford was duly elected. Ashmore
said there could be no other con conclusion.
clusion. conclusion. Alford, a strong segregationist,
was a last minute write-in can candidate
didate candidate against Hays, who had
taken what Little Rock voters
generally considered a moderate
Carey Aims Blast
At Rep. Ayres As
Mouth Of Business
"WASHINGTON (UPI) AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Vice President James B.
Carey, who raised congressional
ire with a recent letter to law lawmakers,
makers, lawmakers, has written to another
congressman, accusing him of
being a "mouthpiece" for busi business.
ness. business. Carey, president of the Electri Electrical
cal Electrical Workers Union, set off a con congressional
gressional congressional uproar last week when
he wrote House members who
voted for the administration administration-backed
backed administration-backed labor reform bill tint u u-nion
nion u-nion members would try to defeat
them in the 1960 elections.
Carey wrote Rep. William H.
Ayres (R-Ohio) today charging
that the lawmaker's comment on
the first letter was a "smear."
He also accused Ayres of joining
"the campaign of union wreckers."
Carey objected to Ayres' state statement
ment statement that the original letter re represented
presented represented "threatening tactics"
which put the union official in the
same class as Teamsters Presi
dent James R. Hoffa.
Carey said Ayres' attempt to
link frm with Holfa was a "smear
. .another misrepresentation and
act of treachery of the type
used on so many ccasions by
vo" and others who sought to
justify their actions" in voting
for the labor eform bill over
BRITISH BANKER DIES
LONDON (UPI) Lord Tatto f
Cairncatto, a onetime office boy
who roc to become' a governor
of the bank of England, died at
iis rni'r'rv hnmp Si"id-v. He was
80. Lord Catto, born Thomas Si Si-vpwrigb1
vpwrigb1 Si-vpwrigb1 CMo. was the first gov governor
ernor governor of Britain's central bank
when it was nationalized in 1944
Twins Born To Airman's Wife
On Trans-Atlantic Airliner
GANDER, Nfld. (UPI)- What
may be the first twins ever born
aboard an airliner were delivered
by two medical missionary pas
spnpprs and a stewardess-nurse
to the 18 yearold wife of a U.S.
irman over the Atlantic yester
Tho hahips hoth cirls. were
born to Mrs. Judy Anne Stivers,
whA urae troirplinC alnnp id CITl
her husband's parents in Bethle
Her husband. Airman 2-C Wil
liam Stivers. 24. was at an air
base in Fairport, England, and
went out to celebrate his father
hood after declaring, "I'm all
There were a total of 74 pas
sengers, three of them infants,
aboard the Pan American World
irways DC6B when Bntish-born
rs. Stivers, in her eighth month
' pregnancy, cired for help.
Dr. Clarence Ing and his wife,
r. Isabel Inc. rushed to Mrs.
livers' assistance. They were
ided by stewardess Ellen Mad Mad-u
u Mad-u "q registered nurse, of
New York City.
Thirtv minutes before the Lon-
(?on-to-New York plane touched
down at Gander at 6:32 a.m.
e.d.t. for a scheduled refueling
clnn th twin wpre born. One
weighed 5 pounds and the other,
pounds, 5 ounces.
IT COSTS NOTHING TO DREAM
NOTHING TO FLY
stand on racial integration for
Alford's election was challenged
by Little Rock Publisher John
F. Wells, who charged that the
contest wa's marked by many ir irregularities
regularities irregularities including the use of
voting stickers by Alford support supporters.
ers. supporters. Alford was elected over the sub subcommittee's
committee's subcommittee's findings. He said he
had welcomed the investigation
and had no doubt as to the final
"I trust that everyone will now
realize that our best efforts are
honorable and our prime desire
is to continue to serve the best
interests of the majority of the
people of the fifth congressional
district," he said.
The elections subcommittee ex
amined some 4.000 disputed bal
lots for several weeks. Ashmore
said it voided 937 ballots. The in inquiry
quiry inquiry resulted in Hays losing 734
ballots originally counted for him
and Alford 492. This in
eluded switches as well as voided
The ballots were brought to the
capitol from Little Rock after a
preliminary on-thespot investiga investigation
tion investigation by subcommittee members.
It was understood the examination
of ballots included the services of
a handwriting expert to deter determine
mine determine their legality.
CHICAGO "Fidelito," 1-year
old son of Cuban Premier Fidel
Castro, telling what he thought of
his first major league baseball
game and his vacation trip
"I am having a fine time, but
I know people pay all attention
to me because my .father is a
JOHNSVTLLE, Pa. One of the
pvpn II S astronauts beine
trained for space flight, Leroy G.
Cooper of Carbondale, Colo., de describing
scribing describing his reactions to a simu simulated
lated simulated flight in a centrifuge:
"I felt a little dizzy, but not
PUGWASH, N.S. Sir Robert
Watson-Watt, one of the inventors
of radar, disclosing the existence
of a toxic substance so powerful
that eight ounces of it could kill
everyone in the world:
"This is only 4ne item in the
biochemists' chamber of horrors."
LUBBOCK, Tex. Hary Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Pope, one of the FBI's 10
most wanted men, after being
seized by federal agents who
moved so fast he didn't have a
chance to grab any of his three
"It was just a bad day all
PLEASURE CRAFT FOUND
HOLYHEAD, Wales (UPI)
Twenty-two vacationers, missing
;n a boat off thp Welsh coast in
rough seas and heavy rain, were
found safe and well yesterday. The
Holyhead lifeboat found the
nleasrre craft drifting five miles
outside the breakwater.
The mother and babies were
rushed to a hospital. Doctors said
Mrs. Stivers and the larger twin
would be able to leave in a few
days but the smaller one might
have to be kept here in an incu incubator
bator incubator until it gained weight.
'The mother and twins are re reported
ported reported doing fine," a Pan Ameri American
can American spokesman said.
The spokesman said that a
number of babies have been de
livered aboard airliners but that
this was believed to be the first
multiple birth in flight.
In London, an airline official
said that Mrs. Stivers had doc
tors' certificates stating she was
in fit condition to travel and that
a birth was not imminent.
"She didn't expect it," the offi
cial said. "We didn't either."
The plane was piloted by Ro Roland
land Roland A. (Ronnie) Bell, 45, of
Massapequa, N.Y., who radioed
ahead that a passenger was In la labor.
bor. labor. An ambulance was at the
runway when the plane landed.
Howard Stivers, the young
mother's father-in-law, had gone
to New York to meet her and ac accompany
company accompany her to Bethlehem. When
she is able to travel, she will go
there to await her husband, who
expects to be discharged from
the service soon.
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lighter than their tanned skin until winter's annual bleach.
Kay Fairres is on the left, Patricia Penn at right.
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Eight Negroes Seek
To Enter All-While
Galax, Ya.r School
GAL,AX, Va. (UPI School of
ficials disclosed today that -eight
Negroes had applied for enroll
ment at the all-white Galax High
Six of the requests came from
Negroes living in adjoining Gray
son County which sends its white
high school students in one dis district
trict district to Galax High.
Two applications were from one
family in Galax
Galax has no Negro high school
but sends its Negro high school
students to Wytheville, some 40
Grayson County School Supt.
Alonzo Monday and Galax Super
intendent Marvin Stuphin said the
applications were made shortly
after school ended last June.
Registration for the new school
term was being held todav in bo'h
Grayson County and Gaiax. Sut Sut-phin
phin Sut-phin said no Negro students had
shown up to register by noon.
He said he would have t
tell any who did that he had re received
ceived received no word from the state
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LUBBOCK, Tex. (UPIKDaDii
' badman Harry Raymond "Pope
until Tuesday one of the nation'!
M'ost wanted criminals, waa bek
! behind bars today vowing, toe
cape if given the slightest chance
"You can bet your last :3uxt
that if I get a chance, I'll t
away," Pope. 39, said aftecj-hf
j was captured Tuesday in a trillgf
by federal agents. ;.
I At the time of his arrest, Pope
was on the FBI's 10 most wanted
Pope said the FBI agenta.'tl
Texas ranner and Uubbock polief
took him completely by surprisf
when they surrounded his trailer.
One of the federal agents burst
in ihe door of the trailer whtt
police with revolvers and ihofr;.
Mins hacked h'm up. PoDe didnlj!
have a chance to use the tjifef'
guns stashed away in the trailer,?
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South bid three spades because
he thought his partner was play playing
ing playing a special convention in which
you raised your ptrtner"s jump
shift with one of the three top hon honors.
ors. honors. He bid si hearts because he
hart come to the party to bid.
Vest opened the three of spades
and South saw that he was in an
impossible contract unless he
c nulrl put over a neat swindle.
Anyway, he won East's ten with
the king, played a trump to dum dummy's
my's dummy's king, led the deuce of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and stuck in the nine.
West won with the king snd led
another sp&de. He was sure his
partner would ruff it. Instead,
South won with dummy's nine and
discarded a diamond. A trump to
the jack and another baek to
dummy's ace and South was ready
for the next step in bringing home
the sliehtly tainted bacon.
He discarded his last two dia diamonds
monds diamonds on the are anrt queen of
spades and led the jack of dia diamonds
monds diamonds from dummy.
East ducked but it did him no
good. South knew where that ace
of. diamonds was and. discarded a
low club. The jack of diamonds
held and now South was able to
sore a d his hand and chalk up his
richly undeserved slam.
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BENEFIT THANKS Charles Lewis, overseas director of tin
YMCA World Servlcs, expresses his thanks to Madge Locke for
the annual benefit performance staged by students of her danct
.school each year at the Cristobal YMCA. Hip visit here marked
the completion of a tour of YMCA units In the Caribbean and
Latin American areas. Proceeds from the shows have been con contributed
tributed contributed to YMCA work In all parts of the world.
THE VOICE OF
by Doroihy Killgallen
EDWIN GUNNER SCHULL
Luke in Ancon, Miss Suzan
William Everett Potter,, be-
is the son of the form-
la a candlelight ceremony last evening at the Cathedral of St.
n ... Ji.,ht nf thp r.mrmnr nf the Canal Zone and Mrs
fowjJiitf!! Mr Frfu-in Gunner Schull. of Jupiter, Fla. Mr. Schull
tr llteutenant fOTernor of the Canal Zone, Col. Herman W. Schull, and Mrs. Schull. Col. and
Mrs. Schull arriTed Monday night from Florida for the weddmif.
Th eight o'clock nuptial ceremony was performed by Rev. Mainert ,T. Peterson, dean of the
Cathedral of St. Luke. Luis Aicarraga played the traditional wedding marches.
The altar of the cathedral was) owed organdy lilies of the valley.
kani"d with whie tronical flow-! The lily-of-the-valley motif was re-
rf. and palms and tropical green
er ana otner wnue nowers were
used throughout Vie v-hurch
?.!l5S Potter was given in mar marriage
riage marriage bv her father. Her cathe-.-drsl-length
wedding dress was
Imported French organdy over ire
blue peau de soie. The portrait
neckline was outlined with appli-
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peated on the lower part oi me
skirt and on the panels whicn
made the chapel train.
Her shoulder length veil o,
French illusion was worn with i
tiny crown of pearls and she car carried
ried carried a shower bouquet of white or orchids
chids orchids and roses. Her "something
old" was a tiny rose-point lacr
handkerchief whic i her mother
had carried at her wedding.
Miss .lo Ann I'ottrr sTverl as
her sister's maid of tinner. The
bridesmaids were Micsr Kvelyn
K'nue of Maenn, Miss.; Miss Ma Mary
ry Mary Tucker, of San Anton o, Texas;
and Miss F.lizahet'i I.o-d. of West
Chester. Tenna Tl-ey ;ire school schoolmates
mates schoolmates of the bride at Mar.jnrie
Webs'er Cnllece in Washington.
The bridal attendants were
dressed alike in short gowns of
white organdy over peau de sole
in a deeper hlu" man tne tounria tounria-linn
linn tounria-linn of the bride's dress. Thp at
tendants' dresses wire ornament ornamented
ed ornamented with spoiiques of white roses
and their headdress were single
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announces the opening of her
SCHOOL OF SPANISH DAINCIM,
October 5, 1959
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23 Cup Cloverbloom Butter
m Cups sugar
3 Well beaten ests
S Squares melted chocolate
I Cupa sifted cake flour
1 Teaspoon nrb
J4 Teaspoon salt
i Cup buttermilk
1 Teaspoon vanilla
large organdy roses, matching the
applique on (heir dresses.
Each of the bridal attendants
carried a huge water lily, of the
sort tradi'ionally used for state oe oe-ensions
ensions oe-ensions at the Governor's House.
Tie maid of honor's flower r.had r.had-ed
ed r.had-ed from a pale pink to a deep Ver
million. The bridesmaids' flowers
were alike, shading from a faint
mauve into a deep violet.
Walter Schull, brother of the
bridegroom, served as the best
man. The ushers were George
Hi pp of Summit, N.J.- Irwin
Prooks of Philadelphia; and Te Te-tor
tor Te-tor Herr and Bruce Quinn of the
A reception at the Governor's
Hons? followed the ceremony al
inn caineorai. ine garden was
lig'Med with lanterns and a pair of
tall candelehra which stood on the
organdy-skirted table holding the
groom s cake.
Mrs. Potter wore a blue chiffon
sheath and Mrs. Schull was gown gown-shcath
shcath gown-shcath and Mrs. Schull was gown gowned
ed gowned in pink lace. Miss Peggy Ann
Donovan was in r large of the
guest book. Mrs. Harold 1). Le.
Mar of Omaha assisted at the re
The bridal couole will spend a
tpn day honeymoon in Nassau be before
fore before going oi ;o Charlottesville.
a.. where tre bridegroom wi
enfr the University of Virginia
j For her going away costume,
, the bride wore a suit of black silk
i and cotton with black patent ac ac-!
! ac-! cessories.
The wedding was of particular
ini crest not only because it join
en ine tirst family of the Canal
Zone with t.iat of a former ton
Canal Zone official but also be
iauac u was mr iirsi ume inat a
governor's daughter has been
married here during her father's
term of office.
The bride tame lo the oal
1 " ri uiree years ago
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mini mi idmer was appointed
goernor ot tne canal Zone. She
nan auenaerj tsrownell Hall Pre
paraiory s;nooi n Omaha nrl
a graduate of Balboa Hie-h
She has attended Goucher Colleje
dim marjont wenster Co eee
JvirL1 acnuu is a graduate of
norcnKifs h-reparstory School snd
uuKe university where he was
memoer of Phi Delta Theta
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Q The bidding has been:
East Sooth West North
14 1N.T. Pass 3N.T.
You, South, hold:
4KJS VA1MS KQSAKI!
What do you doT
A Bid three ae-tranp. Ton
only hare 11 points hot ytm ao
have two spade stopper and no
me likes to play two no.trtuop
' TODAY'S QUESTION
ThU time West has opened one
spade and" North and East have
passed. It is up to you, South.
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Faubus Would Call
Guard If Trouble
Arises Al Dollarway
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
Gov. Orval E. Faubus lncucaiea
tndav he would not hesitate to can
out state police or tne Aritansas
National Guard if trouble snoum
develop at the integrated opening
Sept. 8 of tne uouarway acaoois
near Pine Bluff.
He said, however, he had not
yet decided upon what action he
would take in case m a distur disturbance
bance disturbance at the state's newest inte integration
gration integration stormcenter.
"But don't misunderstand me,
I won't shrink from my respon responsibility,"
sibility," responsibility," he aaid.
By "responsibility," Faubus aaid
he meant use of State Police or
the National Guardsmen.
"By that, you mean that if
trouble should develop at Dollar
way, you would use the State Po Police
lice Police or the National Guard?" a
The governor nodded affirmatively.
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Paramount, possibly Impressed
by the successful crash campaign
on "Hercules," : Plans to revive
Cecil B. DeMiUe! ''Samson and
Delilah'" with ballyhoo costing
more than $l,QO0,OW-morB uiau
they spent on advertising ana po
motion when tne picture w
released. ..Insiders expect the m m-..tiotin
..tiotin m-..tiotin into the Patterson-
Johansson championship fight will
become far more eompiicaiea eompiicaiea-md
md eompiicaiea-md hoacr-than the news to-is
Aave indicated up to now aai
tew would be.iurprised if the re recently
cently recently arrested Frankie Carbo fig figured
ured figured prominently in the probe.
Then there's the piquant romance
angle: One of the key members
of the cast of characters has been
dating the daughter of a gentle gentleman
man gentleman who would have consider considerable
able considerable punitive power il any hanky hanky-panky
panky hanky-panky were proven.
Princess Margarei s muui"
have po doubt mat sne a swi
deeply in love with Peter Town-
send, but il sne .continues w ecy
him at much more than arm's
length she may get heavy compe
tition from Mane lvnuse jeimgue,
a brunette European model who
agrees with HRH that Peter is
adorable. (And she's where he
Mrs. Johnny Meyers, wife- of the
noted check-picker-upper, has end ended
ed ended their brief reconciliation and
will seek a quick divorce, probalv
lv in Mexico. They have a oaoy
Belgrade recently was advised by
the American Embassy to take it
out on his back, because if he left
it there, the Yugoslavs would
make him pay several times the
value of the car, and if he tried to
bring i in so much as a nut or a
.bolt the duty would be astrono
The opening of Joe Allen's new
bar at 73d St. and 3d Ave. was so
packed with celebrities and just
plain fans he had to borrow some
of the waiters from his former
doss, Danny Lavezio.. .Police Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Kennedy isn't the only
highly placed city official to re re-ceive
ceive re-ceive threats. District Attorney
hogan has been plagued by sim similarly
ilarly similarly annoying telephone calls
ard even more elaborate irrita irrita-'ions
'ions irrita-'ions from crack-pots he can't
ROUND AND ROUND
EASTBOURNE, England (UPI)
Robert Cook's car got stuck in
reverse and ruined his perfect
driving record. Cook had never
had an accident until the ear
went out of control, backwards
It hit another car, crossed a side
walk, went up a bank, crossed a
lawn, skidded back to the road
and finally stopped two feet in
front of a wall.
fST r'ICa Gmb
Faubus prevented integration of
Central High School in 1957 by
calling out the National Guard.
The Dollarway board has been
ordered to admit three Negro
students when schools open. Pine
BKul is 42 miles southeast of
Faubus is permanently enioined
from interfering with inteiration
at Central, but the Federal Court
order does not apply to his ac
tivity elsewhere in the state.
30 Persons Die
As Indian Bus
Falls Into River
BOM1AY, India (UPI) At
lean ao persons were reported to
aave orownid today when s
crowded bus plunged Into a rain-
ation canal 100
and was iwept
the rushing wa-
Rescue officials said only eight
bodies had been recovered ana ii
was feared the others had been
swept out to sea.
Gene Kelly's new heart Interest
is a theatrical Deauiy wno can
dance and sing and act, too...Ni too...Ni-ki'a
ki'a too...Ni-ki'a Khrushchev's advisors have
strongly suggested. .'that 'he invite
hs wife to accomppny him on his
visit to the 'United States, their
theory being that the little wom woman
an woman at his side will make him look
more peaceful. (And it'll give Ma Made
de Made me K. a chance to consult Lily
of France when she gets here,
which might make the whole trip
Chilling thought: At least six
record companies have waxed
dieir entire Christmas repertoire,
including over 50 choral albums
of earols and Yuletide standards
...The Museum of Modern Art's
recent homage to Marlene Die Dietrich
trich Dietrich wi'l be emulated by the 92d
St. YMHA when they inaugurate
a similar tribute to Louise Brooks,
s star of the sent screen. Miss
Brooks, now In Rochester doing
research for a book on famous
women In cinema history, will
come to Gotham for the festivities
Ava Gardner's close chums es es-timte
timte es-timte 11-e'll be worth almost $4, $4,-000,000
000,000 $4,-000,000 by the end of next year,
thanks to the combination of her
hox office value and her Ion?
exile from these shores, which
has prevented Uncle Sam from
taking his customary percentage
of br paycheck in taxes.
The sftrl with camerpman
Landau in Lindy"? tre other nUht
wasn't Judy Hoi-.flsy, it was Do Doris
ris Doris Itpton, who looks amazingly
like the actress The resemblance
Is so great that the scores of fans
who came up to the tah'e and got
a close-up view refused to believe
she wasn't Judy and insisted on
ge tin her autograph.
Rodgers snd Hammerstein are
seekinf a truly ooeratic vo:ce to
sing the role of the Mother Sup Sup-rior
rior Sup-rior In their musical based on the
stery of the Trapp Family. So far
they've talked to Rose Bampten,
Gerta Steukgold. Natalie Bodanya
and Lotte Lehmann ... The liquor
company using a real live llama
II a publicity gimmick ran into
an unexpected pleasure when they
troi'ed the tractable beast around
to Julius Monks' Downstairs Room.
Anna Maenanl happened to be t-
i-rivlng at the same time, and she
coindnt resist petting the creature
so now they bave rare shots on
Magnani, in slacks, making love
to a llama.
Dorothy Parker's review of Gar Gar-K.n
K.n Gar-K.n Katiin's novel "Blow Up -a
Stcrm" was' appropriately glow glowing,
ing, glowing, but oddly enough revealed to
any hipster that the reversed
Mrs. Parker has a long way to go
before she can qualify as truly
digging the jazz scene. She writes
up a storm, but obviously she
vouldn't know Thelonioui Monky
if he fell into her vestibule.
If Paramount is serious about
looking for a "new face" to play
the France Nuyen part in "Suzle
Wong" (and this department
doesn't think for a minute that it
is) tne Brass mignt consider an
Italian actress named Marilu' Sa Sa-nigiogi,
nigiogi, Sa-nigiogi, a former model currently
clicking big in Rome. Or the film
firm might contact William Y. H.
Wong, who runs a photo service
in Hongkong and has photograph photographed
ed photographed every pretty girl in that area.
Chinese Reds Admit
Failure To Meet
TOKYO (UPI) The Chinese
Communists yesterday admitted
that farmers and workers could
rot meet the' ambitious produc production
tion production goals set for 1959 and an announced
nounced announced drastic cutbacks In the
original targets for coal, steel,
grain and cotton.
The powerful central committee
the Chinese Communist Party
blamed "rightist" opposition,
r'.rought, flooas and the lack of
industrial know-how for the set
--ark in its grandiose economic
The announcement nf th ku.
backs was coupled with an sp.
peal to the population to meet the
new reduced targets. The Com Communist
munist Communist New China News Agency
broadcast a full renort nf th
J 1; .jacks.
Cotton and grain goals were, cut
by almost 50 per cent. The target
for steel was reduced by around
33 r-?r crni wlvle th POil for
coal was rolled back about 12 per
The bus, operated by the gov government
ernment government run state transport cor corporation
poration corporation esrisd 4 passengers re-li-ming
to the city after s holiday
If Gypsy Rose Lee's Rolls Royce
required new parti while she was
traveling in Yugoslavia (as itemed
in the news) it's s good b that
Gyp had to pay between 400 and
800 percent duty on them. A New
Yorker whose ear broke down la
A communique issued by
Temrai committee conceded
original production targets
were ioo ootimis.ic.
It said a re examination of this
year's plan for development of the
national economy found "that the
or final targets of this plsn we-e
somewhst too high and need to
Be appropriately readjusted."
Acq mint nei bees hit with
droughts and floods which seri
ously hampered Communist party
ooss iviao lse-rung s great leap
forward" economic progrsm.
ine communique also admitted
It had been plagued by the "aris "aris-!ng
!ng "aris-!ng of rightist opportunist (anti (anti-Communist)
Communist) (anti-Communist) ideas among some
cadres." It said this was the prin principal
cipal principal danger now confronting the
'chieven-nis of continued leap
forward this year."
WATER HITS HOMI
DETROIT (UPI)-Detroit Wa Water
ter Water Board Superintendent Gerald
Ramus called last night to re report
port report he had a flooded basement.
TIUYIDATt ACQUIT .17, US
TO BAHAMA AMOUCAX AH IKPUIKBPT DAILI KmiTlTTM
Social and Otft
te It Awarded
At hNMi Yht Club
prizes for the seventh interna-
titmal Merlin and Sailfith Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament will be awarded at a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party Friday evenini, Sep-
.:bei 11,. at the Club-de Yates
y Fesca in Panama city. Tne pa
ty is planned from six to nine.
All participants in t!ie tourna
ment an invited to attend with
their wives. Tickets are available
at the Balboa Yacht Club or at
the office of Mrs. Audrey Kline n
the Pa Vna Insurance Company
Building, ror further information
Mrs. Kline may be reached at Pa
Orchid Chapter Plans
Special Meeting. Dinner
A special meeting of Orchid
Oaapter One, Order of tha East Eastern
ern Eastern Star, will be held Friday eve eve-ning
ning eve-ning at T:S0 at the Scottish Site
Temple in Balboa. Officers of
Coral Chapter Three will be hon
ored guests and w exemplify
the initiatory service.
A covered dish dinner will be
served at 6:15 p.m. All members
of the Eastern Star are invited to
tht Naweomert5 Club was ached
tiled for this afternoon at we fen
Davis Golf Club. A discussion 01
lines, china and crystal waa pre pre-tented.'
Albreok Teen Clue
It Open. Temerrew
:TSe:Albrook Teen Cljb will be
open tomorrow afternoon at one
for regular activities, club offi official!
cial! official! have, announced.
Square Dance Group
Plans Theater Pregram
Members of the Albrook sum
mer recreation square dance class
are preparing a program, for next
Monday afternoon at 3 ."30 at the
Albrook Date tneater. A preview
01 tne event was presented Mo.
AF Wives Study Home Management
To Condense Chores, Stretch Leisure
For the first time it Albrook
Air Force Bate, a course of home
management principles hat bean
initiated for military wivet. The
iota behind. tne course is 10 help
the ladies spend less time doing
their chores allowing them more
free time with their Husbands and
Principles of good management
can be applied to any job. The
same logical approach that solves
hs knotty prooiems of manage management
ment management for the Air Force can also
be applied, with surprising re results,
sults, results, to the daily chores of house
work, the course indicated.
Recognising this fact, T-Sgt.
Jesse H. Milford Jr., Base Train
ing NCO responded to the plea of
everai siudents in Albrook
day, when the dancert appearei management class for a course
on CFN's Jimmie Heywooo sho
Has Port Davis Meeting
The regular monthly meeting d
j : budiige atory of tne dis-
apytaiance, in 1MB, of evan evangel
gel evangel Aimee (sempie Mcpherson
li i.o.a 111 aeuau in "xne van van-l&AU'ig
l&AU'ig van-l&AU'ig Evangelist," by Thomas
Latfci, one 01 uie 00kS re re-lea&eu
lea&eu re-lea&eu this wee lor circulation
by me canai 4one Liorary.
jVii. McVherson maae otveral
tripn to the isuimus; about M
yeais ago aiie conducted revival
calces in tfanama uity anu
stiii arew great crowds.
bne had disappeared on May
18, ta2o, when sue wem swim swimming
ming swimming oi f tne California coast.
berwceo were neld ior her at
h6i' wond-tamea A n g e i u s
'lempiB iii 1,0s nageies, and a
memorial luiiu wav couecteu.
live weeKs iauer Siie turned
up 111 a -ivitAitdu burner town
with a ctrcumscantiai' story 01
naving Been kionapeo ana lm
prisoned in a deseit s.ieicK. Her
tale was greeted with some
SKeptiCibm, and eveiuuaily was
questioned la a grand-jury in-
Other new books placed in
circulation this weak are:
Non-Fiction: Dibcoverurg Mu Mu-sic
sic Mu-sic with Young nliaren, Bai Bailey;
ley; Bailey; HOW TO Uot lilts ueat, liUu-
cation For Your Child, Fine;
hariy Havoc, Havoc; D-Day
Ulb oIaUI Ui Julie, iu-A., w
warUi; whau women wtuu lo
Know; a noted gynecology's
fenis of wu.uan c ut'duui,
Imeinian; Chuisse oookmg ior
American juiciitns, iee; tiea
Dper; a Quest ior Hiato y un un-ubi
ubi un-ubi me Sea, uiih.; Ana uur to
giv, ui., rdiiilti .odie uou uou-uUw.,
uUw., uou-uUw., an autobiography and
Wi. Paai-.iic., 'i..ie on-
reiULvInt Years, smith; Modern
Aiiman&nip, Van aictdy; rive
laeas tnat Cnange the Wona,
ward; The rung s war, lbii lbii-lM'i,
lM'i, lbii-lM'i, Wodgwooa; and Tne tiride
Schools Complete booK of en engagement
gagement engagement and Wedding Etiquet
Fiction: Making Pro gress
Bailey; The Body's Cage, De
Moti; Many Brave Heart, Dou Douglass;
glass; Douglass; ihai Distant Afternoon,
tuiier; The Straw Man, Giono;
Happy as Larry, Hinas, Cad Cad-wauager,
wauager, Cad-wauager, Lynes; Tne Achillas
Atiau, Matner; Tne turning
Air, Miraoeili; Murder Pre Pre-ciedidateu,
ciedidateu, Pre-ciedidateu, to well; Biacsbeard's
Bride, Price; The Agony of Love,
Roy; and The Kean Land; ana
Otner Stories, Schaefer.
To Attend Seminar
In Puerto Rico
Panama Is listed among coun countries
tries countries that have received invita invitations
tions invitations to participate in the Pan A A-mencan
mencan A-mencan Seminar on Pharmaceu Pharmaceutical
tical Pharmaceutical Education to be held in San
Jusn, Puerto Rico, Oci. 11 to ig.
The seminar it sponsored Joint Jointly
ly Jointly by the government of the com commonwealth
monwealth commonwealth of Puerto Rieo, the
College of Pharmacy and the U
Diversity of Puerto Rice, and the
Pan American Pharmaceutical
and Biochemical Federation.
. According "to the oriliminar1'
program that his been prepared,
various sessions of the seminar
will be devoted to the discussioa
of the following general themes:
Objectives of pharmaceutical e e-ducation;
ducation; e-ducation; prerequisites to profes professional
sional professional education; factors involved
in the development of teaching,
and the pharmacist and public
In the discussion of these
themes, the participants will
touch such phases as the role of
research 'n Improving th "uali
ty of teaching; hospital and indus industrial
trial industrial pharmacy as ares' of spe-i-lirstiori
in phsrmaeeutlval edu education,
cation, education, and the pharraacltt aa a
Class Tenlght At JWB-
ih mon"iiy..Vlijsic Appreciation
class will meet at the USO-JWB
Armed Purees Service Center i;
8 p.m. this evening. The theme
ior-ihis session w.li be "Musical
niese lecturei are given by Dr.
Zdenka Fischnwnn and are free
to au mus.r lover;, serviceme,
and their families are particular particulars'
s' particulars' welcome.
Winners at U?O.JWB
M-Sgt. and Mrs. J. Scott claim claimed
ed claimed first place in the weekly ciunli ciunli-cate
cate ciunli-cate bridge session Tuesday eve evening
ning evening at the Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa.
Plar-'ni serond were T. No!a
and H. Chalfy; third, Mr. and
Mrs. c. Zelonka: tA fourth, j
Henegan and B. Bfoch.
Long Hopes For
On His Birthday
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Gov.
larl K. Long, 84 years old yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's was 'ion n his bir''vU
presents would include "a little
The volatile governor, barreled
into New Orleans Tuesday nigt
claiming he would win his bid
for an. unprecedented fourth term
"in the first primary."
He dpnied earlier that he was in
the state's larget city for a meet meet-ins
ins meet-ins with a U.S. Internal Revenue
Service official to discuss his in income
come income tax Droblem. Long's re
turns have bern under investiga investigation
tion investigation for several years,
"I'm here to see a few friends
and maybe raise sTlittle campaign
money," lie snorted. "I may even
go to Bourbon Street."
The go- ernor said he will resign
as the state's chief executive by
Oct. lji but will put off filing for
re-election iwtil the ls't m'""'
Louisiana law prohibits a gover governor
nor governor from succeedinr himself.
Long brlleves if he resigns before
his term is compW he will be
eligible for Te-eleetion.
f instruction on the pr nciples 0
management for their wives.
Other Air Force command!
have been teaching clattei for
wives to scaua nt them with pt.v
allowances, work and travel eon
ditiona and to orient them with
Baton Rouge Doctor
BATON ROUGE. La. (UPI)
A berserk Baton Rouge doctor
suffering from "manic depressi-
veness shot and Killed mmseu
last night as sheriff's depu
ties hurled tear gas grenades into
Dr. David Pipes, about 50, thot
himself with the .30 caliber rifle
with which he held a dozen of
ficers at bay, for almost four
Pipes, onct prominent in both
medical and social circles, was
on a weeks leave from Jackson,
La., State Mental Hospital.
He had been committed several
times to the Jackson hospiatl and
at least once' to the Southeast
State Mental Hospital in Mande-
His wife, who fled from their
white frame home in robe and
slippers when he became "agi "agi-ta
ta "agi-ta e- yesterday afternoon, call
ed Dr. Chester A, Williams and
requested her husband be sent
back to Jackson.
Dr. Williams, the East Baton
Rouge coroner, tried to talk Pipes
.nto comine out of the house.
"We only want to help you,"
Williams said ever a pubhe ad address
dress address system.
"No. there's nothing you can do
to help me," Pipes screamed
An Episcopal minister 'the Rev.
Stratton Lawrence, also pleaded
in vain for the doctor to surrender.
Sheriff Bryan Clemmons, who
headed the fore trying to net to
the barricaded Pipes, said the
doctor apparently shot himself
just after the Rev. Lawrence
asked if he would "like to be
tht problems their husbands meet
on tneir jobs.
Milford muded that this eourse
woula do more than iutt five mi
run-of-the-mill antweri to milita
ry nutations. His idea wat te u
the wivet the techniques for te
cooipUthing housework mort ef
ficiently. Subjects would tbo in
clude pimnVnE and onani 1 1 n
household eperationi and ehild
The human relations part of
the management came must not
be overlooked, Mid thought,
People are different and these dif
ferencet should bt turned into at
sets instead of liabilities. He in
eluded a section in the eourse, on
mprovlng reading. Ustenint, writ
ing and talking habits. Bow to
Improve your memory and how
to ttop unnecessary worry wer
On July 21, the first rrantgt rrantgt-ment
ment rrantgt-ment eourse for Air Forct wives
began. The three-week ee u r 1 e
wit held two nightt each week
from 6:30 to 1:30 p.m. Milford ex expounded
pounded expounded management techniques
in the classroom while harassed
husbands baby-sat at nome.
Upon completion of the course,
wives found they actually cut
rours from tedious house work
and had more time to spend en en-ioying
ioying en-ioying the company of their chil children
dren children and husbands. Men liked the
'dea of coming homr to a cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully relaxed wife who was "a-
head of her work instead of the
other way around.
The ereekly Batei Clast cor
veaet at the USO-JWB in Balboa
this evening at 7 30 p.m. -mdei
the guidance of Arthur Mokray
Many ef the participants are plan
ning te paint bateas for Christmis
All tervietmtn, their families
and the general pubi c ot both P
nama and the Canal Zone art wel welcome
come welcome to begin their bttaa paim
ing any Thursday at tht Armed
Forcet Service Center. Thtre it no
ehargt for the lessons.
BARTON ON HUM BE R, Enr.
,d. tUPI)-The shiny, red, $1,1
fin fire engine just bought this
"rehire village burned itself up
today in a fire it started itself
me engine's extaust set fire to
wheat stubble on th? ground a?
t sped to a farm field fire.
NO FEATHIR BEDDING
HIRAGA, Japan (UPD-Wlen
Mayor Tetsusaburo Susuda goes
on an economy kick he rea'ly
mean if. He r'duce-i ni salary
from $110 to $69 a month and
tcc-k over withcut pay 'he '"'
assistant mayor, treasurer and
' property assessment commit-1
Starting September 1
VERA BOMFORD, (bwush ballerina)
STARTS NEW TERM SEPTEMBER 2nd,
(BALLET. MODERN JAZZ, TAP, CHARACTER etc.)
BALBOA Y.M.C.A. Mondays and Thursdays.
COLON Interamerican Woman's Club, Sth &
Melendez Wednesdays k Fridays
pegistrations: 5 6 on above days or Tel. Colon 1 USA.
COLON Ladies exercise classes Wednesdays &
Fridays at 9:30 a.m.
Held in Paris
PARIS (UPT) The arrest of
a 37-year-old Viennese woman for
sketching secret dress designs has
uncovered a battle to prevent
American dress houses from pi
rpHng Paris fashions.
The story was unfolded last
night by Dame' Corin, chief
spokesman for the Paris Fashion
Syndicate, after police announced
Mrs. Helene Kastner Srubar had
been arrested July 31, immediate
ly after the summer '.owings.
Ponce said she had been
sketching models from Paris ore
views and shipping them te New
York for six or seven years.
Gorin ssid the skullduggery has
been going on for at least 12
' "The latest Paris modelt were
on sale in American stores be
fore they were available to our
own clients," he complained.
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Colavito Bats Indians Within Game 0
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Ufipr: cbNRApO' SARCANT
; By MILTON RICH MAN
. NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (I' PI ) Cleveland is com
ing on like gangbusters and the guy chiefly respon
sible i fence-buster Rocky Colavito.
Tpe rip-roaring Indians, now on
ly A game out of first place, have
won eight in a row and they can
credit -their last two victories to
Colavito's personal account.
Rpcky, who slammed a pair of
homers to beat the Yankees Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday smashed his 38th home run
of Fhe' season last night to break
, 4U tie and defeat the fading
worJd champions, 5-4.
Cblavito came through with the
cliricher last night in the bottom
of the eighth inning off Ryne Du Du-ren'
ren' Du-ren' after the Yanks had tied the
score in the top of the frame on
Elston Howard's two-run double.
The league-leading White Sox
dropped, a 7-6 decision to the Red
So and with Colavito, a notorious
ly strong September hitter ripping
the-ball the way he is, they could
be In for trouble.
Right now, Colavito leads the
American League in homers and
i. oH with Washington's Harmon
v;i!Krw for most runs batted in.
Eath nas onvenun
J MEXICAN AFFAIR
Iiiouig F. Glud, Caribbean area
district representative of Little
League Baseball of WUliamsport.
received from headquarters in
WUliamsport, the official report
onfthe disqualification of the Mon Monterrey,
terrey, Monterrey, Mexico Cinderella team
which received world-wide publi publicitywhen
citywhen publicitywhen they captured the
World's title of Little League
An investigation on the sport,
disclosed that Monterry had
three leagues im operation. Study
of the Monterrey maps showed
that the maps submitted by the
Monfcewey League were not cor
rect, and a number of boys actual actually
ly actually -lived outside the boundaries
submitted to Headquarters.
In addition, the competing team
for the tournament arrived ten
days prior to the tournament lor
intensive practice. This devious
and disproportionate concentra concentration
tion concentration upon winning tourn a m e n t
play could not be condoned.
Back in March of this year,
the representatives trom Monter Monterrey
rey Monterrey had been warned !hat thfir
activities would be checked out
and must be scrupulously correct.
Upon recommendation of the
Mexican state director, tourna
ment priveleges were denied Mon Monterrey
terrey Monterrey for 1959 and they were put
on notice that they should set
their house in order before the
1960 season begins.
The Little League Baseball of officials
ficials officials were extremely regretful
that the fine little Mexican boys
were deprived of a chance to come
forward because of the cynical
and intentional violations of some
of their adult leaders.
Glud commented that this bold
action on the part of Little League
shows how important it is to
have 'responsible adults control
Little League activities. Rules
are madt to be carried out, and
no one, even the world ham ham-pions
pions ham-pions will be exempt, or permit permitted
ted permitted to violate the established
principles of the program.
Any parent who is anxious to
uphold the ideals of Little League
should volunteer for service in the
Pacific Little League which will
meet Monday night, August 31.
at 7:30 p.m., in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building, Balboa Heights.
FOR FIGHT BENEFIT BOUT
PHILADELPHIA UPI) Len
Matthews of Philadelphia will
meet Patilie Armstead of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles in a 10-round lightweight
about Sept. 28 for the benefit ol
th Deborah Santonum of Browns
Mills, N. J.
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T I V O L I
Prohibited for Minors
homer last night earned reliever
Jim Perrv his 10th victory. Mickey
Mantle and Howard each connect connected
ed connected lor New York
Baltimore reclaimed third place
with a 6 3 triumph over Kansas
City while Detroit moved into a tie
for fourth by defeating Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, 3 2.
In tha National League, Pitts Pitts-burgh
burgh Pitts-burgh topped San Francisco, 5-4,
in 10 innings; St. Louis baat Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, 5-2, and Chicago deft it it-ed
ed it-ed Cincinnati, 9-5. Lot Angeles
and Philadelphia were not sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. Two errors by the usually
smooth fielding White Sox contrib contributed
uted contributed toward their defeat at the
hands of the Red Sox. Al Smith
dropped Vic Wertz' fly ball during,
a lour run Boston rally in the sev-1
enth and the Red Sox added two
more unearned runs m the eighth
with the aid of Turk Lown's error.
Bill Monbouquette won his fifth
game although he needed help.
Early Wynn, pitching with only
two days rest, failed in his bid for
his 17th victory and suffered his
Home runs by Bob Nieman,
Brooks Robinson and Willie Tasby
carried thte Orioles to their victory
over the Athletics. Jerry Walker
registered his ninth victory-with a
helping hand from Milt Pappas in
the eighth. Bud Daley not only
lost his ninth game but was fined
$50 for hitting Nieman on the lett
elbow with a pitch in the fifth in inning.
ning. inning. Plate umpire Frank Umont
ruled that Daley threw intention
ally at Nieman, who was forced to
leave the game.
Jim Bunning, the American
League strikeout leader, fanned 11
Washington batters. J)ut still need
ed the aid of three Detroit reliev relievers
ers relievers to nail down his 13th triumph.
Bunning had a one-hitter until the
eighth when he wilted in the 90-de-
gree heat and gave up two runs
before being replaced by Pete
Burnside. Eddie Yost hit his 16th
homer off loser Russ Kemmerer in
the first inning and the Tigers
added two more runs in the sixth
on two singles, a pair of walks and
a double by Al Kaline.
The Giants' loss to the Pirates
was more a blow to their morale
than to their N. L. lead. Smce
the second-place Dodger were
idle, the Giants' lead was only
shaved to three games but what
really hurt Wt tha fftt'that'
Jack Sanford had Pittsburgh
beat 4-0 on two hits until the
Bob Skinner started things off
with a single and three more hits,
capped by Roberto Clemente's
double, finished Sanford. Skinner
also opened the 10th with a single
off loser Stu Miller and subse subsequently
quently subsequently scored the winning run on
a sacrifice and Bill Mazeroski's
single. Ronnie Kline, the fourth
Pirate pitcher, won his ninth
Larry Jackson pitched a seven-
hitter against the Braves anil
struck out seven in winning nis
11th for the Cardinals. The Cards
hopped on Carlton Willey for two
runs in the first inning ana scorea
what proved to be the deciding run
in the fifth on Joe Cunningham's
single and Ken Boyer's double.
Curt Flood stretched the Cardin Cardinals'
als' Cardinals' lead to 4-1 with a homer in the
Tnnv Tavlor collected four hits
and Irv Noren drove in three runi
with a pair of doubles to lea(J the
Cubs to their victory over the
Frank Robinson's 32nd homer
lengthened Cincinnati's lead to 5-2
in the third inning but Dave Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man took over for starter Glen
Hobhie in the fourth and hurled
two-hit ball over the last six in innings.
nings. innings. That earned him his sixth
victory. Brooks Lawrence suffered
his 11th loss.
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LEGEND OF THE
with John Wayne
MY GUN IS QUICK
with Bill Elliott
B A R O N I
with John Bentley
! Aaron, Milwau. 124 505 95 181 .358
i Cun ham, St. L. 119 379 52 130 .343
Cepeda, S. F
Boyer, St. L.
White, St. L.
Mays, S. F.
127 533 111 177 .332
122 491 90 158 .322
125 467 92 150 .321
124 499 79 159 .319
125 473 69 151 .319
123 462 68 142 .307
123 474 97 144 .304
114 392 50 119 304
Kuenn, Detroit 112 446 79 1 58
Kaline, Detroit 109 416 73 135
Woodling, Bal. 116 367 56 119
Runnels, Boston 120 481 75 145
Tuttle, K. C.
126 513 68 159
122 496 92 151 .304
119 441 71 134
123 468 77 139
97 351 47 102
121 451 65 129
Cerv, K. C.
Lopez, N. Y.
Runs Batted In
Banks, Cubs H
Robinson, Reds 114
Bell, Reds &
Aaron, Braves 9g
Cepeda, Giants 86
tfWbrew, Senators 93
Colavito, Indians 95
Jensen, Red Sox 90
Malzone, Red Sox 82
Maxwell, Tigers 81
Home Runs J
Banks, Cubs 37
Mathews, Braves 34
Aaron, Braves 33
Robinson, Reds 32
Cepeda, Giants 25
Colavito, Indians 38
Killebrew, Senators 37
Allison, Senators 28
Maxwell, Tigers 27
Lemon, Senators 26
(Based on 14 or More Decisions)
Shaw, White Sox . 13 4 .765
McLish, Indians .... 16 S .727
Pappas, Orioles .... 13 6 .684
Lary, Tigers 16 i .667
Maas, Yankees .... 12 6 .667
Beth Brown Cops
Foul Shot Trophy
By MRS. J. McCULLOUGH
Girls foul shooting at Balboa
gym was closed Friday, with Beth
Brown winning the coveted trophy
for this activity. This contest end ended
ed ended with a mighty close score be between
tween between Grace Whitney and Beth.
Grace pushed Beth till she was
only 10 points behind, but finally
had to erconcile herself to second
place, which is a red ribbon and
certificate. Beth received her tro trophy,
phy, trophy, plus a blue ribbon and certi certificate.
ficate. certificate. Pat Basham placed third, re
ceiving a gold ribbon and certifi
cate. Yellow ribbons and certifi certificates
cates certificates were given to Martha Blev-
ins, Jackie Lovelady, Agnes Pro
back, Carolyn Ca.mby, Susan Les
siack, Marilyn Camby, and Rose
Monzon. These girls received these
awards for the next seven best
At this time I would like to give
recognition to the girls who were
always faithful in coming to bas basketball
ketball basketball but not fortunate enough to
capture one of the special awards.
Caludia Doyle, Kathy Dolan, Hil Hilma
ma Hilma Cooke, Carol Brown, Maggie
Blevins, Bunny Mauser!, Carol
Thompson and Beverly Bowman.
I These girls received green rib ribbons
bons ribbons an dcertificates. I want to
thank Beth Heilman for help in
making this activity the success
that it was.
FLOR DE CANEI.A
with Ma. A. Pons
- Also: -MIERCOLES
Arturo de Cordova
354 flif Iff :r-m MfM''
310 'r?rA v ttm
SCHOOLS DIVISION SUMMER TENNIS CHAMPS Left to tight, are the 1959 summer tennis
champions of boys 14 and under, girls over 14, boys over 14 and girls under 14. They are
Tom Perantie of Balboa, jeannlne Hebert of Diablo, John Walnio of Margarita and Hilma
Cooke of Balbor.
Senate Launches Investigation
Of Promotion Of Pro Boxing
By Mrs. J. McCULLOUGH
Balboa gym finished volleyball
last week with Gamboa and Dia Diablo
blo Diablo coming in to play nine games,
three boys games, three girls
games and three mixed. Gamboa
travelled south via bus Aug. 19.
The Gamboa boys quickly put
the Balboa boys in their placy by
defeating them two quick games.
Tim Davs' Balboa boys did
have one tiny excuse for this
crushing defeat most of the boys
were in the States with the Amer American
ican American Legion baseball team.
Mrs. Mac's girls team from
Balboa came through with flying
colors by winning their first two
games. Balboa also did herself
proud by taking the next two
games of the nexed teams.
On Fridav, Balboa's main com
petitors invaded Balboa gym to
finish off the "Bull Dogs" in the
summer long race for supremacy
of the volleyball courts. The Bat Bat-boa
boa Bat-boa boys, without their main
standbys, I want to remind every everyone,
one, everyone, went down to the Diablo boys
I can hear coach Siu Brown and
the boys now," Excuses, excuses!"
The first game was a close one,
but the second game, Diablo
closed in and lowered the boom
on Tim's boys 15 to 8. However,
the Balboa girls "ved the bid
Alma Mater's face by swamping
Diablo fair sex, the Black and
Whiters, two games allowing Dia Diablo
blo Diablo none. There was only time for
one mixed game and Balboa won
that game 15 to 13.
After a quick survey of the
games played with Diablo this
summer we will have to give ere
dit to Mrs Barnes and Bruce
Spurlocks' hoys volleyball team
for taking the most gajnes a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Tim Days' boysH
The Balboa girls took first
place over Diablo girls and I am
sure that Diablo will agree that
the mixed games came out about
even. We really enjoyed It Diablo
Blue Ribbons and certificates
were given to the following Bal Balboa
boa Balboa girls and boys for the out outstanding
standing outstanding and faithful participation
in volleyball this summer: Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Stevens, Rose Monzon, Ca Carol
rol Carol Thompson, Bowman, Linda
Rager, Carol Brown, Maggie Ble Blevins
vins Blevins Marilyn Camby, Barbara
Dombrowsky, Lupe Lowe, Sherry
BALBOA 6:15 8:05
S t wondoi o ji
SvmMOfM. Texrf.weaeaar' A
Jt "Bomba The
Acker, Fritz Cooke, Archie Car
roll, Dale Dombrowsky, Robert
Schultz, Butch Rager and
By JOHN KERR
DOVER, Aug. 27 (UPI) Ar
gentine swimmer Alfredo Camare Camarero
ro Camarero won the International Cross Cross-Channel
Channel Cross-Channel Race today, making the
grueling 22-mile swim across the
choppy English channel in 11
hours, 45 minutes and 26 seconds.
The race was marred by a chao chaotic
tic chaotic start and fears for a time that
one of the swimmers had lost his
The missing swimmer, Primo
Ferreira of Portugal, turned up
safe and sound in a French Hotel.
He had turned around and swum
back to Calais, after his escort
boat lost track of him two hours
after the pre dawn start in the
race from Cap Gris Nez, France.
Sixteen of the 38 registered
swimmers failed even to get start started
ed started because of a foul-up in e.?rort
boat arrangements and the belief
the condition of the cnannel today
made their chances hopeless.
Camarero's victory in the cross cross-channel
channel cross-channel race, organized by promo promoter
ter promoter Billy Butlin, brings him the
top prize of $1,400. 1
Choppy seas, the mixup in es escort
cort escort arrangements, and the cold
of the early morning darkness
combined to make a mess of the
Rough waters capsized several
escort vessels. Others simply did
not turn up. Many swimmers
couldn't find their boa's and a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned the race. Some swim swimmers
mers swimmers took one look at the channel
and gave up.
Six of the 22 swimmers who did
get off the French beach gave up
soon after the start.
COCO SOLO 1:0
-k Spencer Tracy
Frt. "Frontier Rangers"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Double Feature Program!
SATAN'S SATELLITE" and
"Daniel Boone. Trailblazer"
Friday "Around The World
In 80 Davs"
Friday "Escort West"
"The FoxlestGlrl In Paris"
Frl. "Naked and The Dead"
kjamp Bferd 7:00
'The Curse of
WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair Chairman
man Chairman Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.)
veteran crime fighter, disclosed
yesterday his Senate Anti-Monopoly
Subcommittee had launched
an investigation of professional
boxing, especially the promoSion
He told the Senate he had
ordered the subcommittee staff
to start an investigation prelim preliminary
inary preliminary to the holding of public
hearings. He said the time had
come tor congress to look into
the promotion of professional
Kefauver, who headed the Sen
ate s 1951 crime investigation,
showed particular interest in the
strange shennamgans" surround
ing the promotion and manage
ment of the recent world heavy
weignt title fight between F.oyd
Patterson and Ingemar Johans
Anyone following press accounts
i mat anair, ne said, "must of
necessity nave wondered what
uappenea to Mr. William Rosen Rosen-sohn,
sohn, Rosen-sohn, the promoter of this fight."
"For a short while, it appeared
that a new promoter had arrived
ui me scene in boxing circles
but, if we are to .believe pub
usnea reports of what hinn..
1 Mr- R.osenS(hn. he was some
how eliminated from the scene
Rosensohn appeared before
ISJOII, V.tr n. 1 1 ...
..... 6iawU jury wnich IS
uyuig to aeiermine whether nnHpr.
world interests were behind pro pro-Jnotion
Jnotion pro-Jnotion of the Patterson-Johansson
wonung ., mh the gTtnA
juij is new xorK District At
torney Frank Hogan.
in uoteoerg, Sweden, Tuesday
Johansson agreed to a rematch
wim rauerson next year.
Kefauver took notice of pub
hshed reports that California Gov
tratj Brown had
said he may recommend abolition
of all prize fights in his state
u inigress aoes not force a clean
. He quoted the governor as say
ing thrft national laws were need
j n apparently
wn gangsters and
JZZlt, ""a Senate that
v r ,
f'T" cnampionship box
ing is of "tremendous magnitude'
what with negotiation of con
tracts, leasing of arenas, mar
Aci..,B ra iicKns and the sale of
uutiuu jweuure, radio and TV
SCHWEITZER IN EUROPE
PUHuiiAUA, France (UPI)
Dr Alhorl CO,.....:.
. It ..vrniici .iirivea on
Monday from his hospital in
equatorial Ainca to rest and com
fcie a pnuosopnical work" he
.The Nobel prize winnins mis
sionary, musician, humanitarian
and physician who will be 85 next
January, aia mat when he re
turned to his hosDital at T.mk
rene, French Gabon, he intended
to expand it to handle "190 hu human
man human beings we must help." All
, SATURDAY ONLY!
Academy Award Winner
DAVID NJVEN with
R.irf I AKir ACTCD
Chicago at Cincinnati (Ji)
Milwaukee at St. Louis
San Francisco at Phi. (2)
Only games scheduled.
San Feo. 001 012 000 04 10
Pittsburgh 000 000 004 1-5 9
Sanford. Miller f7-7l anrl i:n.
Daniels, Green. Face. Kline (9
13) and Burgess.
200 030 3109 17
401000 000 5 7
Hillman (6-9) and. Nee-
Hook. Pen?. Lawranp
Brosnan and Bailey.
100 000 0102 7
200 010 02x- 15
Rush, Jay and
(11-12) and Smith.
I 3 I. 17
fg ft pf tot
10 3 2
0 0 10
0 0 10
16 0 2
8 16 7
ANCON "C" 33
fg ft pf tot
Salteric 0 0 2 0
Lovelady 0 0 2 0
Coy 10 2 2
Moses 6 4. 4 16
Beardall 0 0 0 0
Mikulich 2 0 0 4
Ostrea 5 1 0 11
Adams 0 0 0 0
Totals 14 5 10 33
MARGARITA "C" It
g ft pf tot
Houser 3 11 7
Fields 3 0 3 6
Brooks, N. 4 3 1 11
Campbell 110 3
Sanders, P. 0 0 2 0
Wynne 10 2 2
McLeod 0 0 0 0
Higihby 0 0 0 0
Totals 12 t 9 29
MARGARITA "B" II
fg tt pf tot
Will, B 3 13 7
Cronan 5 2 2 12
Brayton, J. 0 0 10
Rankin 0 111
Walker 0 0 0 0
Howard Duff In
. Julie London In
"CRIME AGAINST JOE
SHOWING SUNDAY MONDAY!
The Mothir of Tht Years.;.
Today s Games
Boston t Chicago Chicago-Only
Only Chicago-Only game scheduled.
New York", no 000 020-4 7
Cleveland 110 000 2ix 5 9
Maas, Duren (2-6) and Berra.
Bell, Perry (10-5) and Fitzger
000 000 0202 4 t
100 002 00v?t i
Kemmerer '7-14), Clevenger anc
Burning (13-10), Burnside, Sis Sis-ler,
ler, Sis-ler, Morgan and Berberet.
Boston 000 010 4207 7 2
Chicago 000 200 1306 10 H
rMonbouquette (5-5), Chittum and
Wynn (16-9), Staley, Lown, Arias,
Baltimore 100 300 2006 11 i
Kansas City 000 020 0103 10 0
Walker (9-7), Pappa and Trian Trian-dos.
dos. Trian-dos. Daley (15-9), Dickson, Grim and
I I 21
BALiOA "E," M
9 ft' pf tot
2 ;1 1 C,
l o o if
2 2 1 6
0 ."0 2 0
10 0 2
0 0 2 0
8 4 7 20
; ft pf tot
6 0 3 U
ft 0 2 0'"
5 0 1 10
1 1 4 3 "'
4 12 9
4 0 2 8
0 0 3 0'
10 1 2
21 2 18 44
MARGARITA "A" 35
13 9 4 35
AN ACTION PICTURE!
YTonne DE CARLO in
. POPULAR NIGHT!
$1.10 pei; CARl
Gordon McRAE In
''On Moonlight Boy"j
IPCJI3 P i
"FAG I NINaP"""
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 195
TM PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSfAPEK
Jan Boys In J ay tee Tourny$
by : -
I ppHaaaBJiai j
i : ,
Ther is something;, about
voice of a lqng-r4S,udce teiepjwjij
operator that is mitantly seu-
identifying, a quality ot disciplin disciplined
ed disciplined urgency and persuasive com com-mano
mano com-mano wnich is a, once leiicnous
"San iTanc-sco calling." . .a
brisjdy efficient.uo-nonsense, wa:t-rlght-there
voice which discouragr
ea on the spot any idle specula speculation
tion speculation whether it belong to a blonde
brunette or redhead or was the
type who prefers Red Trader Vic'a
to Ernie's for cocktails.
"Here's your party, Mr. Basi Basilic"
lic" Basilic" For a moment it had escaped
our memory that we had asKed
the rugged little battler to give
us a ring after he had go.
Itraightened away in training for
Gene Fullmer ... a bout set for
Friday i which reactivates the
middleweight division and pro promises
mises promises tb bring the championship
Unp iritn shamer focus.'
what can I tell you?
he "asked, plainly puzzled by our
Af best, the questions a sports
writer outs to a Drize fighter be
fore a bout are seldom distinguish
ed fnr nrifinalitv or penetration
UnoreDared. caiight off guard
practically, banality is inevitable.
"You in good shape, Carmen?"
"The climate agree with you?
"Wha do they think of the
Giants out there?"
The Basilio slap found its
mark. After all. our subject was
boxing, not baseball. A social
error that somehow helped u to
map out of it. Suddenly we were
again our customary brilliant, re re-lourceful,
lourceful, re-lourceful, imaginative self.
"OK, wise guy, answer me 'v 'v-Who
Who 'v-Who is going to win the fight?''
v long, stunned silencp. The
eminent onion farmer and erst erstwhile
while erstwhile middleweight ch am nion
was now cornered, confused,
confounded,, utterly.! unable to
parry our swift,- bold, -audiciouif
thrust. Finally, the feeble, fumb fumbling,
ling, fumbling, response:
"I like to believe that, it Mr.
Fullmer dent win It,' I will."
BARS SUGAR FOREVER
This is, of course, pure- distor distortion,
tion, distortion, for Carmen Basilio, on any
matter .pertaining to his neprote-
ion, firmly scorns the frivolous.
After more than 100 rounds : of
sparring and countless miles on
the road, he'H down to l53Vfe and
It's his opinion condition is the
key,to the result.
Charles Wellborn, Jr., Vice Ad Admiral,
miral, Admiral, USN, Commandant, Armed
Forces Staff College, had this to
say, "I am always impressed
with- the ways in which Little
League prepares the youth of A A-merica
merica A-merica to take up its responsibi responsibilities
lities responsibilities in the world of tomorrow.
Little League is one of our as
surances for the- future of Amer
The Pacific Little. League needs
and encourages active participa
tion of parents in teaching their
own. sons lessons in fair play, dis discipline
cipline discipline and teamwork. Parents
neeq not be Casey Stengels, Paul
Richards, Al Lopezes, etc. to put
across Little League Baseball in
accordance with the standards as
OUtRIN SIGNS WITH KNICKS
SEW YORK (UPI) Former
Iowa Star Richie Guerin has
signed for his fourth professional
season witfi the New York Knick Knickerbockers
erbockers Knickerbockers of the National Basket Basket-baj
baj Basket-baj Assn.
" i ....
ALARM CLOCK CLUB
the i 'T taw Fullmer In both his
fights ;witb Kay Roainsor.
iwt much puncher, but he's tough,
s iron 2 :inci game. i, 1 siop ih.n,
I'll hav '.-j wear him down first.
That means a long fight, and
that's where condition will de decide."
..Indications are the fight will
draw from $130,000 to jli'5,000
Basilio had walked away from
oj.QOO, ofier ii.. ligii ,;oJtnon
Instead,' finding Robinson's de demands
mands demands anJ manners tolerable
he had angrily, abr.ly ended
Commenting on this, Basilio
said: "Firs;. I don', know -ov
valid the offer was. Remember,
.t was made' by the same peoplr
who apparently haven't yet paid
Johansson and Patterson. Any
way, I'll do pretty good for my my-sell
sell my-sell here. Meanwhile, I've left i;n.
binson where he has to fight no nobodies
bodies nobodies lor small change, i hope
he's burning plenty."
If Basilio couid be assured of
a fairer division of the receipts...
and granted he gets past Full Fullmer.
mer. Fullmer. .would be reconsider an another
other another match with Robinson?
"Not in a million years. Sq far
as I'm concerned, the guy has
ceased to exist and; if Archie
Moore sticks with me in ignoring
him, we'll soon have him peddling
LOSING SPORTS CARDS
Because of disclosed business
relations with the underworld's
Frankie Carbo, Basilio's two co co-managers
managers co-managers may be barred from
working in the fighter s corner in
California. ."If they bar them,
I won't like It,"' Basilio told us on
the "phone, buf I'll fight just the
There have been reports the
ring solons are pondering similar
action here. That was news to Ba.
silio. ."You know, I get the idea
certain people are trying to VII
sports altogether in New York.
coast 1fc'& biS'league teams
f fcwif Adi)oRaiftfon is still
screaming about -fhe'raw deal he
got. i Those people nave made
such a sorry mess of things there
I wonder if they aren't' grasping
for' whipping boys to alibi them themselves."
selves." themselves." Basilio has no positive plans
after Fullmer. ."I'd like to fight
In my: hometown, Syracuse, once
more'' before'1! retire. ..No, I'll nev
er try to make the welterweight i
ny more- as I told you in Miami.
I ve learned to like those rich,
thick steaks too well to ever starve
evaluated by Vice Admiral Well
Any parent who is interested in
the -Pacific Little Leagus should
come to the meeting at the Civil
Affairs Building. aUWO o'clock
Monday evening Aug. 31. In the
Little League program, the man managers,
agers, managers, coaches, umpires and other
officials, respect the boy as an in individual
dividual individual and understand his ca
pabilities, limitations and prob
lems oi growing up.
The Little League is not judg judged
ed judged by the nuriiber of pro ball
players .it produces, but is judg judged
ed judged by the number of fine, up
standing future citizens that are
developed in Little League.
In over ten years of its exis existence,
tence, existence, the Pacific Little League
has produced many leaders in
youth activities. Several gover governors,
nors, governors, of, Boy State and class of officers
ficers officers in local high schools are
former Pacific Little Leaguers.
PLAN 14-GAME TOUR
BOSTON (UPI) The Boston
Celtics and the Minneapolis
Lakers will visit all six New
England states during a 14-game
exniDiiion tour beginning Oct. 2
Shoots 79 For
Scores for the Panama team's
first three days of play in the Jay Jay-cee
cee Jay-cee International Junior Golf Tour Tournament
nament Tournament being held at the Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Manor Golf and Country Club
in Portsmouth, Virginia are ai fol follows:
lows: follows: Monday
and Tuesday's team
to and. to,
15 tad to i
tt and M:
i and 7 i
Relative position of the Panam
team is not yet known,, :'
Yesterday they played the first
18 holes of the 12 hole medal play
tournament and scores were as
The beys are playini during a
htat wave which hi brought
tamparatures ef S degrees and
high humidity. Their letteri ay,
"The heat Is tnrlbjel tanam;
was nev.r like fhfs!" Rebf"
Morland hat had a bad cold
since the day he left Panama
last Tuesday, ut the ethers are
in good health.
. One hundred and ninety-nine
lunior golfers are taking part in
the "Little Masters," coming from
all over the United States and for foreign
eign foreign countries., accustomed to
playing on radically different
courses. The 100 lowest scorers in
Monday and Tuesday's play are
the taking part in the medal play
ly OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) This was
on opening 'day of the major
league races 'lasti ApriV" and the
White SX'wfi-elfribfeecr'iupAin a
14-inning duel with the Detroit
Tigers when little Nellie Fox
bashed a home run to win it.
Fox, trotting around the bases,
grinned hugely as his teammates
pretended to faint and fall off the
bench in mock sv Because
that winning homer was his first
circuit blow in two years.
In Chicago's unexpected up upsurge
surge upsurge there are hosannahs tor
the superfine pitching of Early
Wynn and the brilliant glovework
of shortstop Luis Aparacio. But
there is a growing crescendo of
acclaim for Fox, the undersized
second baseman, as the man who
really makes them go.
MAY WIN AMERICAN MVP
Fox may, or may not, emerge
as the year's most valuable play
er in the American League. The
votes could well be so divided
among the White Sox wonder
that a player from some other
team could win. Even under such
circumstances, it is doubtful
whether little Nellie would a.'cep
ine veraici narsniy. ms wm
cern, as usual, is to win the flag
and then the World Series.
He'a that kind of a ball player.
That's the reason why, without
opening any closets to disclose
skeletons, a number of players
don't like him. They call him a
"Showboat" because of his
bounce, hustle and holler. The
true xeason is that Fox shows
ihemTfcp for what they are, lazy
players more Interested in boodle
than base hits.
Tyoical of his outlook was a
spring exhibition game in which
he was struck on the mouth by a
deflected grounder. Nellie stayed
in the game until a teammate dis disclosed
closed disclosed to the manager that the
ball had knocked out a tooth,
loosened several others and cut
"It's nothing," Fox mumbled.
"I'll stay in."
ftat night the manager sug
gested he see a dentist.
"I didn't miss the tooth When
I ate tonight," Nellie shrugged
"It'll be okay 'til O"
His determination has helped
set major league marks of 98 con
secutive games without striking
out and scoring in 19 consecutive
games as well as tying the major
league mark of seven years lead
ing the league In fewest number
"Thereg. no secret to it." he
savs. "All you have to do is keep
anving ana Keep learning."
Do your ftt itch badly tht thty
Burly you cruyT Dom th ikla
of your (rt mack nd peIT Th rl
cua of tlici foot troublH li a rm,
and the ailment Ik known by many
nam aiicll "Athlata'a root,
"Klngupora Itch," ata. To rM youraalf
of thuaa troublaa oU havo to kill lh
Itrmi that ''" thain. l'ha naw
treatment callad Nixadarm ovareomaa
tha Itching, killing tha carina an
oolhlnr your faat. Nixadarm ala
aoothaa Ttchlna In attihbnrn eaaaa of
aoama, cn an axuptlonaof th
akin. Oat Nixadarm from your nig
.1 II .-..
I I I 1
WINNERS IN SCHOOLS DIVISION SUMMER TABLE TLXXIS TO I K?,AMENT Left to rioht
Jack Pearson of Balboa, winner in the boys over 14 years old group; Edie Bishop of Diablo
champ of the girl 14 and under group; Bobby Griffon of Margarita, winner in group for bo- s
14 and under and Rose Monzon runner-up In group for girls 14 and over. Evelyn Hawthorne of
Margarita won first place In girls 14 and over but was not available for pictures.
LATIN AMERICA SCHOOL
Albreek Air Ferct Bast
By HENRY L. HERVEY
Cerveza Balboa 9'i 2'4
La Mascota 8 4
Volkswagen 7 5
Cia. America, S.A 6 6
Marlboro 514i 6'i
GulfpfWe ..9 V .5 ',7
Klefedrlo Jewelers '. . 4' ' 8 i
Cyrca S.A. Free Zone .3 9
CERVEZA BALBOA ), CIA AME AMERICA,
RICA, AMERICA, S.A. 1
This week, we find Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa still leading the league by vir
tue of their win over Cia. Amen
ca JUrst game was taken without
anv arguments by me" "CeYvece-
ros" with almost a 100 pins sur surplus.
plus. surplus. Sparked with the taste of
victory, they proceeaea to tane
the second game and this time by
no less than 125 pins.
By this time, the Hardware men
were just about fed up with the
beating they were taking and in
the third game they enjoyed a lit little
tle little taste of revenge themselves as
they thoroughly trounced tbeBeer
men for their lone point.
McComas again led the Beer
men, this time with a 452 series.
It was Sernas time to follow with
a 442. For Cia. America. Vargas
rolled a 414 and Roberts a 384.
LA MASCOTA J, GULFPRIDE 1
Here again the Haberdashers
managed to stay in second place
by taking 3 out of 4 points trom
ihe Wildcatters. The first game
found the Petroleros feeling pretty
moH Thev take it with the Custom
Tailors looking on about as bewil bewildered
dered bewildered as can be. However, in the
last frame they gave indications
that they were coming back trom
lunch and just managed to take
the second game by one pin. This,
you must admit, is very close.
With the tide changing in their
favor, the Custom Tailors clobber clobbered
ed clobbered tVe Wildcatters all over the
place to take the third point ann
total- pins. For La Mascota, Teat
and Shaeffer rolled an identical
388. For Gulfpride, Miranda led
th wav with a 377 and was follow
ed closely by Martinez with a 376
VOLKSWAGEN 1, MERCURIO
Th aituation here was a little
different. The teams didn't care
to give an inch. Therefore they had
a most excuing nigm. i
things rol! the Car-men got
roujh. They took the first from
the Jewelers, who had a man
missing. However, he was present
for the second and the Jewelers
proceeded to get rough right back
anrj to Volkswagen's surorise. they
took the game by just 10 pins.
Top drivers for Volkswagen were
Hansel with a 435 series and De La
Torre with a 423. The Jewelers
that sparkled were Bloomer with
a 447 series and Di Paulo with a
MARLBORO ), CYRCA S.A. 1
The Smokers were finally able
to ''brake" the Jinx, losing jinx
that la. at the exnense of Cyrcas'
Free Zoners. The Smokers had
just 2 points to their credit and It
was due to their Inability to get
going. Last week they got going
and in the first they rolled the
highest game rolled so far and
TORONTO (UPI) Outfielder
Bobby Wilson of the Toronto
Maples Leafs hag been fined by
Manager Dixie Walker for bench
Ing himself Sunday in the first
game of a doublehejdcf with the
Montreal Royals. Wilson said he
quit because he was sick to his
k ' i h
In the second, the Free Zoncrs
tried their best to take it hut were
short 11 pins in their unified ef-
torts, but in the third game they
accepted no argument. They came
through with a terrific game and
claimed it. For Marlboro, top
Smokers were Hervey with a 480
series and Gonzales with a 408.
For Cyrca, the Standprd bearer
continues to be Michael with a 463
and Spiros with a 454.
RECORD DAILY DOUBLE
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI)
Sunnybrook $162.20 and Hot Pur Pursuit
suit Pursuit $19.20 scored upset vicloricy
in the first two races at Randall
Park Monday to produce a $1, $1,-739.80
739.80 $1,-739.80 daily double the largest in
the history of the track. The old
1 v. WI U
of- $1,710.80 was set last
...in the famous Parker tradition
FRESNO, Calif! Carl (Bono)
Olson, 176, San Francisco, TKO'd
George Kartalian, 175, Syracuse
I 1-M" Janan. stonnert
1253, The Philippines
,i 'o Cezar.
East Providence, R.I. Tony
Anthony, 179'2, New York,
s'opped Bob Young, 17 1 a Prov -dence,
HOUSTON, Tex. Roy Harris
1 OS, Cut 'n Shoot, Tex., outpoint
ed Joe Bygraves, 204 Va, England.
EXTEND RACING PROGRAM
NEW YORK UPI) Harness
Racine Commissioner George P.
Monag'han has granted Monti'cello
Raceway permission to extend its
current meeting for six addition additional
al additional nights to Sept. 19. The com
missionrr also okeyed another
day-night program at Raceway
Like the artisans of old, Parker erafUmen work with
infinite care and artistry to create the world's most wanted
pen, the Parker "51". Such painstaking craftsmanship,
combined with the precision machinery and the stronger,
longer-lasting materials of today, produces the Parker "51" pen
. . respected the world over for highest proflciericy in writing!
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Baldwin's furnished apartments
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Smith, Gamboa 302
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be done at home Call 4-0696
Nuclear Test Ban
Until October 12
GENEVA (UPl)-The United
States Bntain and Hu.smh on
Wednesday recessed their nuclear
te-; ban roniprpmp until Oct '
to "ive President Eisenhower and
Scrt Premier Nikila S KnniMi
chev a chance to get the negotia negotiation,
tion, negotiation, rollirg again
- The exact period of the recess
vrflt announced alter vesierrlav s
127th session of the marathon
F.jst-Wcs! talks that began last
Oct. 31. Delegates of the three
powers had reached tentative
agreement for a ipccss last Thurs-
Eisenhower and Khrushchev
Wei circleil ill their V as im.Jo'l
meeting next mouth to try to
reach a brcak-throimh on the few
b :1 .siic s II lilu -Miiu e.ii
ly agreement of a treaty to bar
nuclear weapons tests.
The main stumbling block, at
present, is the Soviet plan for a
limited quote of on-the-spot in-fi-
(ins on I'.S Hnlish and So
Viet territory to check suspected
,- i) leg i "Clear niasis.
The West has promised to study
carefullv the inspection quot i
Idea, introduced by the Russians
las; April. Bin thus far the Unit
d States and Britain have de deed
ed deed red to accept or reject it de despite
spite despite Soviet charges of "stalling."
The chief difficulty is that the
Russians still refuse to study new
I'.S information of hard -to-detecl
underground' nuclear blasts which
th" West claims are of vital im importance
portance importance in fixing any possible
U.S. Delegate .lames .1. Wads Wads-v
v Wads-v i'lv1 'r t in s Sr M w-lia'-l
Wright scheduled home hound
f" Wednes'1:.) Sov1"' '"'vol
Delegate Semyon Tsarapk'n
p' 'led to fly to Moscow Tomor Tomorrow.
row. Tomorrow. FOR SALE
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Acis only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740
Canal Zone Society I or
The Prevention Of Cruelty
Bx 2 SB. Rallma. I 7
rhnne: ( uruiidu SI la
The folldw iiiK animals al III ( r r-zal
zal r-zal Veterinary Hospital nerd good
1 Male rinK. hlai k anil is hltr. na native
tive native terrier, "lipp:
1 Female eat. tn. sriv gentle
1 Male e1low at laigr. hemiliful
with collar ami hrll
I Male rat. rr tiger rollar and
bell from Fort Aniador
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TKOI'KLm, S. A.
FOR RENTjj Three bedroom
apartment. Maid's room. Hot j
water Garage. Paitilla Phone 3- j
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, livingroom, dining
room, kitchen, laundry room,
maid s room, hot water, garage.
Enquire 48 street No. 12. La
FOR RENT apartment, Army ins
pected Bachelor or two couples
ordered Via Porras No. 82, Tel. I
FOR RENT: Small apartment,
completely5' furnished, refrigera refrigerator.
tor. refrigerator. stovOtpjof water. 43rd. Street
FOR RENT: One bedroom, fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, $75 monthly,
National Avenue, call 2-2926,
from 9-12 noon, 3-5 p m.
FOR RENT: One bedroom, fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, $85 monthly,
National Avenue. Call 2-2926
from 9-12 noon, 3-5 p m.
FOR RENT: Modern three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with two prin principal
cipal principal bathrooms, large livingroom
and dining room (tor entertain entertaining)
ing) entertaining) master bedroom has wide
balcony around it, kitchen, laun laundry
dry laundry complete in, apartment for
hanging, washing, etc., etc.,
maid's room with bath, hot wa water,
ter, water, two fcedrooms arranged for
air-cohditioning. garage with doors
and locker room, etc. Apartment
newly painted, modern col colors
ors colors 3rd floor "Miami Build Building",
ing", Building", rent $150 00. Phone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3 0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Garage. Bella
Vista. $75.00. Tel. 3-1917.
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo, 2
bedroom apartment, completely
furnished, hot water, garage,
maid's quarters, very cool. Only
two apartments in building, big
garden $140 00. Tel. 3-1033.
FOR RENT: In "El Cangrejo"
PORTOFINO Building- mod modern
ern modern and attractive one-bedroom
apartment with hot water, laun laundry
dry laundry conveniences, garaqe, etc.
Information. Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Apriroved furnish furnished
ed furnished apartments, modern building,
convenient location. Automobile
Row No. 36. phone 3-6855
FOR RENT: Apartment three
bedroom, living, diningroom, gar garage,
age, garage, maid's room, hot water. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, Colombia Street No.
44-17, see owner Apartment 'P'
FOR RENT: Cheap and com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartment. For informa information
tion information Call Tel. 3-2261.
At Ohio Tonight
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 27 27-(U
(U 27-(U PI) Twenty -three of the Inter International
national International League's top players meet
the Pittsburgh Pirates here tonight
in an effort to prove that the
cream of the minor leagues can
compete wtih the majors on any
It will lie the first lime the an annual
nual annual game between the Interna International
tional International All-Stars and a major league
club has been played in the United
States. The three previous games,
all won by the mainr leasue learn
were played in Canada.
The All Stars will be managed by
Clay Bryant, manager of (he 1958
oennanl -winning .Montreal Royals
j Managers Cal Erincr of Columbus
land Preston Cmnez will coach.
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES IT TO 36 Mo
on new cars
Mi! MY DEHLINUER
N. 43 Automobile How
Phone 3-4084 3-4985
All Tviies of Auto Insurance
(iIUKAI.I AK LIFE
Box F. Diablo, C.Z.
Telephone Tan. 2-0552
WRITER PRIZE WINNER
RlilXII Wl, England (UTl) -Mrs.
A (' Mallowan won 18
first pnr ribbons, six seconds,
three 1 1 1 1 1 I and two cups al a
Harden show here today. Mrs
Mallowan is known to mystery
novel t:ins as Agatha Christie.
FOR SALI: Small 1947 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth coupt. Very good condi condition
tion condition $195 .00. Tel. Balboa 3284
after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 54 Chevrolet con convertible,
vertible, convertible, beautiful ihape. recently
overhauled, all accessories, pric priced
ed priced for quick sale. Call Corosal
2148, Panama 3-7435
FOR SALE: Engliih car. 4 ey..
Sunbeam Talbot 1954, 4 door
sedan. Duty paid. Good condi condition
tion condition Phon Balboa 2-4206, 0303
Cable Hts., Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1957 Volkswagen,
good condition. 2500 LB. Trail Trailer
er Trailer Axle with electric brakes.
Porter Cable router and plainer.
Webber chain. Cristobal Tel.
FOR SALE: 1953 Vauxhall, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, new paint, duty
paid $450, call Curundu 2274.
Shopping in Colon? Use a new
Hertxcar from Fiesta Car Rentalt
Lobby El Panama Hilton. Tel. 3 3-4568.
4568. 3-4568. Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 14 ft. outboard!
runabout. Fibreglass bottom com complete
plete complete with motor and trailer
$400.00. Margarita 8112 A.
To Tie Flyers
A final period hitting attack by
the Clayton Cavaliers Tuesday
night against the Army Atlantic
Ealcons at Reeder Gymnasium in
Fort Clayton moved them into a
first place PAF League tie with
the Albrook Flyers.
A three-game play-off, the first
beginning tonight at 7:30 in Reed
er Gymnasium, will decide the
season championship between the
Fivers, who led the race by a
half game until Tuesday night and
The second game for the play playoffs
offs playoffs will be tomorrow night in the
Albrook Air Force Gymnasium,
and if a third is needed, it will be
played at the Fort Kobbe Gym Gymnasium.
nasium. Gymnasium. Pared by tine league's leading
scorer, Skip Kroeger, netting 42
points, the Cavaliers led most of
tne game, Out hy small margins.
At the half they were ahead sev seven
en seven points, 44 37.
Late in the game the determin determined
ed determined Falcons tied the game 65 all.
But the Clayton cagers began an another
other another r a 1 1 v this linu h..nstinr the
totals to 85, holding Armv Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic to their 65 Before the final
gun, however, the Falcons were
aoie to hit and the game score
oecame 84 n.
Krocer's 42 noints
ed on 15 goals from the field and
lour ol the one pointers from the
charity line. He was cold from
the tree 'lirow marker, Ihougn,
missing eifiht of his rwimic chnic
Charies Ball was high for the
United Stales District Court For Tht
District of The Canil Zone
In the niatler of the adoption of sj.
ma Virginia del Carmen Sandi Delea Delea-rtn
rtn Delea-rtn a Minor vs. F.tiilh Sandi DelBaao
Defendant. No. 4S6. Civil Citation.
To Edith Sandi Delgadn
I "'e nrreny required lo appe;
neiorr me uniien stales District Cr
or tne uistr c of the Canal 7. o
hoa Division at Ihe rftlirlrnftm .K--
in Ancon. Canal Zone, on Ihe 2.1rd of
October. 19M (. q o'clock in the fore forenoon
noon forenoon of thai day, then and there to
how cause, if any you have, why Ken Ken-neth
neth Ken-neth Frederics and Annette Frederics
should not proceed with fh k-ari
of his petition for the adoption of the
WITNESS. Ihe HONORABLE Guthrie
F Crowe. Judee. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 18th dav of Aueust. 1959.
Sara de la Pena, Clerk
BysMarlan D, Bow en
To Edith Sandi Delgado
The foregoine citation is served up
on you by pi.'hlicalion pursuant to the
order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F
Crowe, Judge. United Stales District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
HuteH the 17th riav nf Aiidii.I 1CKQ artrt
entered and filed In this action in the
office of Ihe Clerk of the United States
District Court. Ralnoa Division on the
17th day ol August, i59
Sara de la Pena. Clerk
B.v aMarian D. Bon en
Are you Interested in making
Write qualifications and particular
to Box 317.3
FOR SALE: HounrteUf rtcmi,
J Utvirtf for Stjr.s Call 3-5301
frem 8:00 a.m. re 3:00 p.m. and
alto attar 6:00 a m.
FOR SALE: Custom mada ma ma-kfny
kfny ma-kfny turnirurt. Chinasa dininf
at. Vary raatenablc. Tclaphena
3-0633, 4-1444, Na. 3, 52th
FOR SALE: Diningroom act,
mahogany, lix chain, cupboard,
axcallant condition. Tal. 3-2483.
FOR SALE: Dinatta tat. rad top
tabla and chain. $25.00 Will
accapt raasonabla attar. Fhena
FOR SALE: 49'
klindi, $10 00
FOR SALE: Uiad "Marion"
karoiana atova, 3 burnar, ovan
compartment, i good a now, at
reduced price, easy termi. 12 St.
Farejue Letevra, home 20, not
far frem Craawell'a.
FOR SALE: Very Unuiual four
piece ttudio couch, "What-Not"
arrangement, ivory, with maroon
cuthioni. $30. Balboa 2-3321.
FOR SALE: One pair Hollywood
beds-twin (ixe. Telephone 3 3-5089
5089 3-5089 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Kenmere washing
machine, fully automatic, perfect
condition. $100.00. Phone Ft.
FOR SALE: Kenmere automatic
gas dryer. Deluxe model, In per perfect
fect perfect condition, sun lamp and
temperature control. Call at Qt.
75-B, Albrook AFB, phone 3180.
WANTED: Maid te live In,
must have references, Gamboa
WANTED: English speaking
maid, must live in. Telephone 3 3-5089
5089 3-5089 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 7 German police
pups, one month old. Frice $35
each. Call Cristobal 1410.
WANTED: On accountant
assistant, bilingual, thro years
experience. $165.00. Two bilin bilingual
gual bilingual secretaries with shorthsnd
$130.00. Three bilingual office
clerks, $100.00 to $125.00. 2
office clerks wjth knowledge in
Sales correspondence, English and
Spanish from $200.00 to
$250.00. Servicios y Colocacio Colocacio-nes.
nes. Colocacio-nes. Camara da Comercio, Build Building
ing Building No. 9.
Falcons, and second high scorer
for the evening, with 26 points.
A Teenage League game start starting
ing starting at 5:45 p.m. tomorrow night
on the Albrook Court be between
tween between the undefeated Fort Clay
ton Junior Cavaliers and an All-
Star team from the rest of the
league will precede the 7:30 game
The Junior Cavaliers have aire
dy scored one victory over the
All-Star team, edging chem 41 39
UNITED STATES Or AMERICA
United Stales District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Leonard Woofers. Plaintiff vs. Bar
bara D. Woofers. Defendant. Summons
No. 4SS3 Civil Docket 22 Action
e above-named defendant:
are herety required to appear
the complaint rued in the
nhove:tkj(stled action within ninety davs
after theVJtrst publication.
In case of your failure to o appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS th Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United Stairs District
Court for the District of th Canal
Zone, this August 18, 1958
Sara t la Pena, Clerk
BysMarlan D. Bowen
To Barbara D. Woofers
The foregoing summons la served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
orrter or tne nonoraDie uuuinr r.
Crow, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated August 17. 19.'!. and en entered
tered entered and filed in this action In the
office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the. uivision oi nai
boa. cm August 17. 195.
Sara de la Pena, lerk
vsMarlan D. Bowen
FOR SALE) Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away price by Hi
truck load. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: New Guatemalan
furniture for your porch. Stuffed
living room set in new condition.
Hand made Italian wine red rug.
Large siie 1954 Fentiac hardtop,
excellent condition. All below
normal price. Must sell, leaving
Isthmus. Telephone Balboa 4495
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Fiano Betsy Rosa
Spinet $225.00. Callc No. 68,
house No, I. El Cangrejo. Phone
FOR SALE. URGENT, General
Electric last model itent, air
conditioner; deep freeier. Rea Reasonable
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Phone 5-507 house 138 B, Ga-
FOR SALE: 21 inch Capehart
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SALE: Head Stone new assort assorted
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Highland mahogany dining room
set with China closet and buffet,
one extra dining table, 4 pc.
maple livingroom act, Philippine
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Chest of drawers, beds and mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, other odds and ends. aH
duty paid. Fhene, Balboa 1739
after 4 p.m.
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TIME LIFETIME BY MISTAKE WE HAVE
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Bickering Expected To End
As Pan-Am Games Start
By LIO H. PETERSEN
CHICAGO, Aug. 27-(UPI)-The
Third Panvmencan Games, beset
hv internal htrkerinc which is ex
pected to vanish once actual ath athletic
letic athletic competition begins, open to
Nearly 2,200 athletes irom 24
North and South American coun countries
tries countries will parade into Soldier Field
and all of the roirmlaints over lack
of training facilities, inadequate
diets, poor transportation and oth-
- is ...
er petty annoyances wiu oe iorgui iorgui-ten.
ten. iorgui-ten. They will march into the jam jammed
med jammed 100,000-seat stadium to hear
a welcoming address Dy President
Eisenhower's brother, a 24-gun sa
lute, and watch 5,000 doves of
peace, loosened into the heavens.
Dr. Milton Eisenhower will de deliver
liver deliver the major speech, bidding
the competing nations welcome
and wishing them the best of luck
in the athletic competition to be
There will be a gun salute to
each of the 24 competing nations
and the United States is expected
to win most of the athletic laurels
and then the Rev. Albert G.
Meyer, Roman Catholic Archbish Archbish-on
on Archbish-on of Chicaso. will deliver an in
vocation with U.S. athletes of past
Olympic ganrs forming an nonor
channel for tne parade of the com
petitors and their team omciais.
Arnantina. the 1st nation aloha-
betically, will move into tht arena
first with the U.S. with the larg largest
est largest squad 404 athletes bring bringing
ing bringing up the rear at th host na nation.
tion. nation. A 1.vpar-nlrl Ynlorpr SCOUt
nir-harrt BnrlripuPT nf fhicaGO. Will
provide an impressive moment. As
the last runner of tnousanrts oi
Rnv Scouts who have carried the
Pan American torch from the site
of the last games in 1955 in Mexi
rn ritv he will run into the sta
dium after Eisenhower's address
and a welcoming speech by Chica Chicago
go Chicago Mayor Richard Daley to ignite
the friendship flame witn an elec electronic
tronic electronic facility installed in hi3 ba-
Then the 5,000 doves of peace
will be. released from their pens,
as the captains of the competing
teams advance in front of the offi official
cial official box, bearing their national
flair aa a veteran U.S. romoetitor
administers the Pan American
Tha II S athlete will h Onrse
Worth, a 44-year-old member of
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the fencing team, the oldest mem member
ber member of the U.S. squad.
Originally John Kelly, Jr., a
rowing champion, was to read the
oath, but was side-tracked because
of seniority. Worth's oath will be:
In th nam of all competitors,
I swear that; we will take Dart in
these Pan American Games, re
specting and abiding by th rules
which govern thm, in th tru
spirit of sportsmanship, for th
glory of sport and th honor of
Once the oath is delivered, the
IT.'S. Marine band will be led by
guest ocmposer Agustin Lara
through a Pan American Games
hymn and then a chorus nf 1,000
voices, directed by Dr. wuuam r
Bergmann, will sing Handel s
"Hallelujah" while the atnieies
leave the field.
Later demonstrations will be
staged by more than 700 men in
calisthenics, by the U.S. Marine
Corps drill team, and by 500 teen teenagers
agers teenagers in a rythmic dance. Fire-
umrkx wii cone uoe tne presenta
tion and then all will be ready
for the athletic competition tomor
Because the earth's orbit
around the sun is not circular,
the earth's distance from the
sun changes at different times
of. the year. When the earth is
closest to the sun, in January,
the distance is about 91,500, 91,500,-000
000 91,500,-000 miles. This is called the
perihelion, from the Greek for
"near the sun." When the
earth Is-farthest" away, in July,
the distance is about 94,500,000
miles. This is known as the
aphelion from the Greek for
"way from the sun."
By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
235 K 45 St., Now York
Q. I bought H and B American,
Davega, Virginia Iron. What is
your opinion? The first sold 103
000 shares in one day and began
dropping the next; Davega hasn't
moved and Virginia Iron was
climbing very nicely until I
bought it. I closed out my bank
account to buy stocks because
bank do not offer ate. short term
profit opportunities atockt ao.
A. Do they?
It would seem from your letter
that you haven't much profit to
show for your venture.
You started off on the wrong
foot by closing out your bank a c
count "because banks do not of offer
fer offer the short term profit opportun opportunities
ities opportunities stocks do."
In the first place, I can't visual
lze any reason good enough for
closing out a bank accou:.
short of a. tragedy which leaves
you no choice.
Secondly, banks da show a "pro
fit" interest four times year.
In the third place you picked
three rather speculative s to eki
for your first Jurctat6, attracted
by heavy activity jii&jSat least one
case. This is sucker bait, for sure.
Finally you ask for stocks that
"pay high dividends and can be
sold anytime without forfeiting
profits." I'm afraid that sentence
doesn t show too much stock mar
I'd suggest you start all over
again. First put some money
back into that bank account. And
then start buying stocks which
suit your purpose and not selected
on a trading or quick profit basis
Q. I am 50 and intend to retire
in 10 to 15 years. In the last 10
years I have bought s an a 1J
amounts of stock and now hold
105 A.T. and T., 58 Royal Dutch
54 Marine Midland and 15 Ana
conda. 1. What do you think of
these? 2. Should I add to them?
3. Or should I buy other stocks?
A. I think you've got the mes
sage very well indeed.
1. I like what you have.
2. No, not necessarily.
3. I am sending you a list of
similar quality issues. Since you
are going to pay additional com
missions, anyway, wh not diver
sify bit more. In these amounts
you could hold a dozen issues
Q. Our home Is being condemn
ed for construction of a bridge
We are in our AOs with a hour tin
000 in a mutual fund, 15 Ford, 90
a.i. and i. Should we buy s
small home or intn a.n anart
ment and invest the proceeds in
A. That's a difficult decision for
anyone to make for you since
hom ownership is a higihly per
The arithmetic would co this
way: assume you get $15,000 for
the house and cottlH hnv another
for the same amount. The value
of that $15,000 in retirement secu
rities would be about $750 a vur
To that you must add your run
nins expenses. If vnn ran ct at
apartment for less than the total
me figures would favor renting
Other consideration whir
might favor renting would be
With an aDartment vou w o u 1 1
have more mobility. If you want
ed to retire in a different section
of the country you could move
more easily. Secondly, I think the
money in stocks would be mora
of a hedge against inflation than
the money in a single family
Police Check Known
In Coed's Murder
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Police
today checked known sex crim criminals
inals criminals and both men and women
friends of slain University of
Southern California coed Linda
Edna Martin for clues or her
Police admitted they were with without
out without any substantial leads in the
knife slaying of the 21-year-old
USC music student rom Rock-
ville Center, N.Y., who had a
fear ox dying young.
"We're not'dismissing the pdssf pdssf-b:!
b:! pdssf-b:! !y s woman was the killer,"
said Inspector Thomas Reddin.
".nc! we're not dismissing the
possibility that it was a sex fiend
s 'riend or a prowler, either."
Miss Martin, nude and bleeding
!o ripatti from three stb wounds,
was found Sunday night on stairs
learilnv to the apartment of her
bearded fiance, Glenn Robert Kin
zie. ?7-year-old USC graduate art
Kin-,e has "passed" a lie de
tector test and been cleared of
Miss Martin was previously
n'rr.fC. Her former husband
John Lewis Taylor, 24, said in
Chicago yesterday that Miss
Martin had : premonition she
,,rnlltt IIvm Wru 1nn
"T lust kidded her." he said
"Just sloughed it off. You know
how women are She was an art
ist, a musician. Most crettiv'
people go through periods of de de-oression
oression de-oression thev don't have a con constant
stant constant emotional pitch."
M!ss Mr'rtfn had her brief mar marriage
riage marriage to Taylor annulled earlier
this year on grounds that it had
never been consummated.
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Alleghany Corp ll7
Aluminium Ltd 34 '4
Amer Motors 45
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Anaconda Copper 65
Arkansas Fuel 32
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Bettinger Corp 16b
Bicroft Uranium 58o
British Pet T 13-18
Canadian Eagle HHb
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Cities Service 53
Coastal Caribe W
Colgate Palmoliv 38
Colorado Fuel Sl
Cons Electro Dynamics 3874
Creole Pet 47V
Cuban Cork and Seal 36b
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 5-16b
Du Pont 26834
El Paso Natural Gas 32
Fairchild Engine 8
Fargo Oil 5
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamics 47
General Electric, 81
General Motors' i5
General Plywood 19
Gulf Oil 112b
Harsco Steel 43
Howe Sound 23
Imperial Oil 404
Intl Pet S5b
Magellan Pet 1
Montrose Chem 13V4b
New Eng. Tel and Tel 3b
Northrop Air 30
Olin Mathieson 51Va
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Pure Oil 404b
Royal Dutch Shell 61
Reynolds Metal 45
San Jacinto 9b
Servo Corp 26b
Signal Oil and 61 $4
Sinclair Oil 53
Socony Mobil 44
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Standard Oil NJ
Superior Oil 1840
Texas Gulf Prodi 34
United Canso 09 1 j-i6b
US Rubber 61
US- Steel 104
Westinghouso Wea 88'
Sure To Be Chosen
59's Comeback Team
TEAMS W L Pet.
Buffalo ....... M 61 .567
Havana .......... T3 67 .521
Columbus ........ 73 68 .518
Richmond 73 60 .514
Montreal M .. .. 69 73 .486
Rochester 68 72 .486
Miami 66 74 .471
Toronto 62 80- (37
Buffalo 9, Montreal 1
Columbus 3, Richmond 3
Havana 10, Miami 6
Rochester 6, Toronto S (14 in innings)
nings) innings) NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (UPIV-
With 13 games remaining to be
played, the Buffalo Bisons are al almost
most almost a shoo-in for the Internation
al League's "comeback team of
the year" honors.
Snapping a three-game losing
streak with a 9-2 win over Mon
treal last night, the Herd stiyed
6'4 games, ahead of second place
Havana lit the race to make up for
their seventh place finish last
Ken Lehman was the skid-stop
per as he limited the Royals to
seven hits for his 10th victory of
Havana took sole nossession of
the runner-up position hy wallop-
inn Miami, 10-0, Raul Sanches
picked up his 11th win as the Cu
bans blasted four Martin pitcher
for 15 hits.
rnlnmhiiK droDoed Richmond In
tn fourth nlare bv scorine run in
the ninth inning to edge the Vees,
3-2. Julian Javier provided tho
winning margin with his fifth
homer of the season.
Rochester outlasted Toronto, 6-5,
in 14 innings to move within four
cames of the fourth and last play
TYPHOON KILLS 12
TOKYO (UPI) The New
China Newt Agency reported
Tuesday that 12 persons were
killed when typhoon Iris hit tht
Fukien Province coast of commu communist
nist communist China yesterday.
' The Communist agency saW
eight persons were injured, 226
fishing boats destroyed or dam damaged
aged damaged and approximately 95,000
acres of farmland flooded during
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BONN, Aug. 27 (UPI) President tisenfiower. before taking. ff fp London, reaffirmed- today that the United
States seeks an end to "the tragic division of Germany." He promised that until then th United States and Its allies
will protect the freedom and welfare of the. people of Berlin. He is due in Britain at $,'45 p.m.
Eisenhower's renewed pledge came in a joint commu nique 'with Chancellor Korira'd Adenauer that wound up the
President's 23-hour visit to the West German capital. The statement outlined the commpn policies of Washington and
The communique spoke
of both their countries
of the two countries."
The communique was issued all
er a press conference in which the
PireJIrJpnt made these ni a .i o r
-i-lie believes his planned
-I,. nf visits with Soviei
mier Nikila Khrushchev may help
break the Cold War ice jam
He deplored "bomb rattling
in world diplomacy.
He said it would be a "grave
mistake" to hold a Summit con
leiBPce unless the West is full)
confident that some real Press
can'be achieved, and he would no
attend a Summit meet.ni; that
to a pui"1-,,,'"
"LlHe hoped his present mission
to Europe will pave the way for
better relations with Russia.
The communique said Adenauer
and Eisenhower "reaffirmed their
resolve to continue their efforts to
achieve a just and peaceful solu solution
tion solution of the problem of the tragic
division of Germany, a solution
consistent with the desire of the
German people and assuring peace
end security in Europe
"In this context," it seid
"President Eisenhower referred
.anet 9in to m
by the United States Jnd its
.rtrt the freedom
welfare ef the people of Berlin."
Eisenhower smiled at Chancelle
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RAIN (lnche) T T
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Gatun Lake 83.50
Madden Dam Z14.47
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9 p.m. National Newsreel
Common Policy Statement
of the 'JCIfjse ties between the
the Atlantic Alliance .. willcoptinue to b ?nV; of .thrillae)trjEith' foreigh policies
iv uards as he strode rrorii the
building alongside Adenauer, and
-aid. in English: "Thane you, very,
much i' v
A huge crowd'was milling kk
streets leading from 'thehahepb.
lerv to the helicopter pad on a fool-,
The crowd waved hundreds of
paper flags, threw t flowers and
chanted, "Ike, Ike, ike"; in a
West Germans earner gave Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower another -Itamu'ftvihus oVa oVa-linn
linn oVa-linn as he headed for the first of a
series of talks wiJJi the major Eu European
ropean European allies that 'will set the
course of his meeting with Khrush Khrushchev.
chev. Khrushchev. Thousands of freshly-scrubbed
school children, free from class classes
es classes for the occasion, lined the
shady streets of Bad Godetberg
and Bonn to cheer the President
on an early morning drive in an
lie went through an American
housing community bound for oro-
tocol calls on Wpst Germany's nut.
going and incoming presidents
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RUSSIAN RESORT MOTEt-oWng not at all like its flashy American counterparts, im imposing
posing imposing structure is a Russian motel. It's located jn Zeienogorslf, a resort city near Leningrad.
FAR FROM THE WILD BLUE 1 YONDER Stacks of obsolete Tf.S. jets rest atop one another. They are piled up in a
itorage Mea on tbe DaviRMooDihim Air i'erca Baae ear Tucson, Aria. Planes will end their short lives in blast furnace.
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SPACt-SAVlNG "STRyBINC'-Foana: a way to aUml-
nate tbe problem of shipping bulky metal tubing. Seamless
tubing is called "Strubing." It's fed into a rolling mlll. far
l-ft, in Allwi Park, Mleh., and flatlened Into a ribbon, lt
enter. Vhcn it i inatelled, water is forced into it under
two coutitf,'. mf -tthtt lpt mutual cooperation
The President stood with hed
andVshoiiWers 4bove the top of the
limousine waviflig both hands,
tbe crowds andik'shingf 'ibe fi fi-mous
mous fi-mous EisenhOwe'r grhfc ; v
He got a particularly warm re reception
ception reception whin hi passed slowly
through th streets-of, Plitters Plitters-4orf,
4orf, Plitters-4orf, a suburban housing ft
built in 1951 by the US govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment for American officials and
their families. , ; ; .,
Nearly all' the- American
men, women and chiijen'' living in
the community we're' in the Streets
as he passed. '
"It was just like fair day back
home," commented one American'
Eisenhower told a precedent precedent-breaking
breaking precedent-breaking hews conference1 today
that his -exchange of visit .with
Khrushchev may help break the
Cold War ice jam.-
He added that both he and1 Aden Adenauer
auer Adenauer hoped "something, good" will
come out of-h'u meetings with the
Soviet leader. 1
Eisenhower addtiesnel a news
conferenee In the West German
foreign ;ntnistry here. It was the
airst timr'he'ever has held a, news
xOnfieririCe abroad as President Of
i Asked whether he believed his
'forthcoming m e e t i n g r with
Khrushchev would heb break the
kCdld War ice jam, Eisenhower said
he did -believe so.
At the same time be deplored
what he celled "bomb-rattling"
in world diplomacy and express express-ad
ad express-ad the hope that hit present his historic
toric historic peace mission to Europe
will pae the way to better rela rela-tios
tios rela-tios with Russia.
He said Adenauer shared his
hope that the forthcoming ex exchange
change exchange of visits with Khrushchev
niifht make some sort of progress
towards "melting a little of the
ice"' between 'East and West.
Eisenhower said he could not
believe any world leaders today
were- "stupid enough" to want a
'"T""le ' P J
great pressure, light center, restoring the original shape, far
right. Using this method, ductwork for a home's entire heat heating
ing heating system could b shipped in a box the size of an orange
crate rather than in trailer loads. It could be installed, then
"inflated." Material is made at Calumet and Hecla'i mill.
1 1 UITTLB-Ll
The things that come to him
who woits are the things dis discorded
corded discorded by the hustlers. w
New 15th Naval
On Duty Here
JOHN L. FLANNFRY
A specialist in pediatrics and
dependents' care has assumed du duties
ties duties as medical officer of the 15tii
Capt. John L. Flannery, a na
tive of Archbald, Pa., succeeds
Capt. Robert F. Legge, who has
been assigned to Gorgas Hospital.
The Navy's new medical olticer
is a veteran of 17 years' service,
including action in World War II.
A general practioner, he brings to
his new post more than 12 years
of experience in pediatrics and
Before coming to the Canal
Zone, he was chief of dependents'
aervice at tine U.S. Naval Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital at St. Albans w.
Flannery is married to the form former
er former Miss Frances C. Kelly of Wash
ington, D.C. They have six chil children
dren children four sons and two daugh daughters
ters daughters four of them over 21.
Paul, 15, and Dennis, 12, arc
here with them.
CHILD SLAYER TO DIB
SAlC.o:.', (in -t n: '.. : 1 1
Huyn Van Dinh, 40, customs
fcia'. In.s !-oe i sen c,
death by the Saigon criminal
roi.'H fo'' drowning Irs live chil children.
dren. children. Police aid the customs
ii:n drowned Irs children in h
basin at his Saigon villa during
"a stale of mental depression''
resulting from Ihe arrest of his
wife on embezzlement charges.
A strong record of the violent
earthquake whicii caused as.:al as.:al-ties
ties as.:al-ties and heavy damage on the
Mexican Isthmus ioiiuantcpfcc
yesterday appeared on the seis seismographs
mographs seismographs a Jalboa Heigh -.
The first tremors were record recorded
ed recorded at Balboa Heights i 3:29:33
a.m. and the secondary "wave at
The Canal Zoue records show showed
ed showed that the center of the earth earthquake
quake earthquake was 1300 miles northwest
of lialboa Heights.
in southeastern Mexico, where
the quake dealt the most severe
blow, authorities feared the death
toll aouIcI soar s rescue leains
carried on the grim search
through collapsed homes and build buildings.
ings. buildings. Ten were known dead, and
Unofficial reports filtering in
!iom isolated town and vilihcsl
estimated the quake had caused
more lhaii ti lata!:: cs. sexcr.il
thousand persons were homeless
Western Big 3 Expected To Join
USSR At New Disarmament Parley
! WASHINGTON (JJPI) The
1 big three western allies are ex ex-I
I ex-I peeled to jo n Htissia in auout
j days in unveiling an agreement
West disarmament talks on a
liardrock basis, it was lcarne:i
At the same time, diplomali,
officials said it was all but cer certain
tain certain ihal the I'l'.iled States stm'
Britain would no', .ulomatieaiiy
resume nuclear weapons tes's
when t'-eir curivnt sr'i imposed
suspension runs out Oct. 31.
They said the State Department,
which opposes resumption of the
tests, zppeared to have won on
over the Defense Department and
the Atomic- Fiury Commiss'on
which want to check out newly newly-developed
developed newly-developed nuclear weapons.
Officials said the announcemenl
of the new disarmament talks wis
exnec'.e.l to follow President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's return from his cur-
NEW YORK (UPD-Gang vio violence
lence violence that erupted on Manhattan'-,
lower East Side .Sunday claimed
its second li i e last night.
Jules Ttosirio, 14. stabbed in the
back during a rumble between the
nrei'imir.pnMy N'cji'o "Snorts "Snorts-men"
men" "Snorts-men" and the predominantly
''t'Ci'to Hican "Korsythe Street
Boys" died in Gouverneur Hospi Hospi-ta
ta Hospi-ta First victim was a 15-year-old
Xcto girl, Theresa Gee. who was
shot down shortly after the gang
":"h'. John Cruz, leader of th
Forsythe gang, confessed to that
killing, police said.
Hot Racial Issue
' MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) (UPI)-Dne
Dne (UPI)-Dne n. the hottest rie'al issues in
the 41-year history of the Ameri American
can American Legion is siated to go before
the organization's national Con Convention
vention Convention today.
The issue involves a clause in
:he -constitution e the 40 and 8
Society, the Legion's honor and
fun-m akin; ody, restricting
membership to white legionnaires.
Oli'irnh and Ala?ki hive sub
clause be re-
the "white on
ejected the pro pro-:t
:t pro-:t accented a
g that national
tions oppose the Hawaiian resolu resolution.
tion. resolution. NyCENTRALZ
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I QUINN 4,s
winii damage estimates ran into
the millions of dollars.
Ihe temblor hit early yesterday
rocking a seven state area stretch-
Try outs For Play
By Theater Guild
Tryouts will be held tonjght
and tomorrow at the Theatre
Guild for Its next production,
"Visit to a Small Planet," a
three-act comedy by Gore
There are several roles open,
both male and female, and
anyone interested in taking part
is urged to be at the Theatre
Guild tonight and tomorrow at
"Visit to a Small Planet,"
which will be directed by Adela
Bettis, Is scheduled for produc production
tion production early in October.
rent European trip but precede
the 'arrival here of Soviet Premier
Xiki'.a S. Khriijiichev.
The Western allies the United
S ates. Britain and Francehave
all but completed negotiations
with Russia for resumption ol the
negotiations. The previous around
r-1 talks blew up in failure in Lon London
don London two years ago.
Officials said Russia already
had agreed to a key part of the
new rocednre providing for a
disarmament commission made
up of c ght to 10 naons split up
evenly between East and West.
It was hoped this would lead to
hard-rock Negotiations in contrast
to Russia's previous insistence on
an unwieldy nnoceclure proving
for participation by all '82 mem members
bers members of the United Nations.
The Big Four will keep the U.N.
in the oicture, however, by re reporting
porting reporting back to that organization.
The machinery was worked out
in cooperation with U.S. Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold.
WHO DID YOU SAY? New
Yorker Helene Jackman leaves
no doubt as to where her polit political
ical political sympathies lie. She's going
all out for "Rocky in '60." New
York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller
is a good possibility as GOT
presidential candidate in 1960.
f f W
ing 600 miles from Puebla, fust
below Mexico City to -ProgiSMi
Port, in the far southeast.
Most of the destruction wig"
recorded in the gulf coast sectloil'
of the Tehuantepec Isthmus. T. ."
Jaltipan, a sulphur-mining td'VJf
of 3,000 population In Veracrug
state, reported seven known dead dead-and
and dead-and half its homes destroyed.
The port city of Coatzacoaliog"
also suffered considerable progiaf
ty damage as did MinatitfaHj''
where a large government oilTkV
finery is located. .
Colon Firm Enters
Low Bid On Canal
A low base bid of $4,010 wa:
offered by Wright Brothers oft
Colon on the rerooflng of .six
buildings in the Canal Zop,j
The bids wertf opened yesteri
day afternoon at Balbe$'
The only other bidder on thi!
project was the Federal Roof ik iking
ing iking and Painting Co. whlcS!
made 'a total proposal of $,
The work to be done uiuiew
the contract consists of reroofrl'
ing of the machine shop of thp
gatun hydroelectric station;- ill ill-section
section ill-section of the roof of the Marff
garlta service center, the Rain Rain-bow
bow Rain-bow City luchenette, bathhotlseij ;
and filter house; the Rodm Rodm-fire
fire Rodm-fire station; the 'gasottftS 'gasottftS-station
station 'gasottftS-station at the east end of EWek
IS in Balboa; and the fc&al'
storage building in La BocfrH
The work should be comrt,
pleted In approximately ftvp
months. .. w
Haiti Claims Two
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (UPI)
All four of the invaders cap
tured in western Haiti last week,
are Cuban, and two of them ar
soldiers on active duty with .tb?
Cuban army, the government
Presidential Secretary Clement
Bardot said captured documents
indicated the invasion was sup-'
ported by Premier Fidel Castro's
revolutionary regime, or af least
by some of .its ileading official;
r fCMbanJoffiiiariHlvana and
Port Au Prince admitted .last'
week that the invaders were Cu Cuban
ban Cuban but charged that they wj5re
"mercenaries" hired try Castas
The four prisoners were sufvi sufvi-vors
vors sufvi-vors of two clashes last week in
which 17 of the 30 odd invaders
were reported killed. They wert
presented to newsmen here st a
press conferenc Tusday.
Bardot said the prisoners in included
cluded included a corporal and a private
on active duty -with the Cuban
f. 'ces and a third man who serr
ved as a lieutenant with CasjH
in the Maestra Mountains Iat
The presidential secretary said
the lieutenant was recruited for
the invasion force by Cuban; !x
Maj. Henry (the Algerian) Fuw
tes. Haitian authorities rennri"d
Fuertes was in charge of arrange
ments for the attack althoifift,
Cuban Capt. Rengal Guerrero-ae
tually led the invaders
Bardot said government forces
captured a letter from the Cubafl
defense ministry gracing Guer-.-rero
a leave of absence for ,'hfc.
period of the invasion and a pas.s. pas.s.-signcd
signcd pas.s.-signcd by Argentine-horn Cuban Cuban-Maj.
Maj. Cuban-Maj. 'Ernesto (Che) Guevr,
authorizing him to visit Puerto.
Padre, staging area for the at attack.
tack. attack. The pass instructed Cuban milt milt-tarv
tarv milt-tarv authorities to assist Guerrero
fy, hia mission Bardot said.-'
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