The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe" Abraham Lincoln
PANAMA, R. P. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959
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Mitsubishi Halves Bid Offer 9 Who Walked Out
Of US Firm On Canal Mules rtt t D-i.....

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Company Says No
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Nine Panamanian heavy equipment operators who
.participated in a work-stoppage and walkout at the Gail Gail-i
i Gail-i lard Cut-widening site Thursday today were denied re reemployment
employment reemployment by the contractor.

r. M. Esielones, Merritt-Chapman Scott Corp. pro j j-t
t j-t chief on the $7 million job, said all of the 20 men in-

i' iri annamntlv shut out as bid's on two iniDortant Panama Canal improve

ment contracts were opened yesterday at Balboa Heights.
Two Japanese firms, Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha, Ltd., and Mitsubishi Toyo Denki Seizo K. K.,
entered a bid for supplying new towing locomotives which more than halved that of any of

four US competitors. C-omsiocK inieramencaiiu, a. .1., ui ranaina nas appaicui. iuw imimhi ni
providing and installing a lighting system for Gaillard Cut and the Canal locks.

1 1TT1 v ROYS AND BIG BALLOONS are a natural combination. But gee. Dad, a tellow hardly
LI 1 ILK. BMiXS u iy "?Yy .,-j v, v,0 iri-lort Heather hallnnn.. is luckv

tTwidtft iwo-Wse Chuckle ml gbt possibly have been the Jirsl two-year-old
K-'S to iter wac? Aegrapher's mate Ralph Padron of ttew York hty U'the aaUor
2?Ifhcrmali HSnin f the ,1'strover escort USS Peterson, puned away -from the Rodman pier
ffS J. ound ?or Du'd n Ne zLlanf where It M join th Nav expedition Operation
B?n freeze to MMurdo Sound at the South Pole. The Peterson will serve as the weather and
MmmuSlons1ip "chuckle-to the son of Navy Yeoman and Mrs. Wilbert Mackley, who live
at Rodman. 1

Board Establishes Procedures For Appeals

By US Government Employes On Canal Zone

The procedures under which any employe of any United States government
Canal Zone may appeal an adverse decision by his employing agency as to his classification grade
nay level have now been established by the newly organized Canal Zone board of appeal.s
The employe must file his appeal, in writing, to the Board within 30 days after he receives
the adve7decision from his own agency. Those who have already received final adverse deci deci-ions
ions deci-ions through the internal appeals procedures of their agencies have until October 31 to file
appeals to J0f rdsatisf ied that reasons beyond the employe's control prevented his appealing
-uhin Vh nrpscribed time limit, it has the discretion to accept a delayed appeal. An appellant

' r j In lurcnn nr Ihrnnp'h n rpnrpsf nialivp.

to nnnear oeiore me dumiu, chic, ... v -- ---

has

When an appeal is filed, the ap appellant's
pellant's appellant's employing agency is re required
quired required to furnish the board with
material pertinent to the appeal

lna employ'! position. i

The decisions 01 the board are
lo be by "ma jority vote of its mem mem-bers1
bers1 mem-bers1 This is the gist of regulations
worked out during the past week
by the Canal Zone Board of Ap Appals
pals Appals during daily meetings at
BfJboa Heights. Details of the
procedures to be followed appear
in full below.

The Board of Appeals has, in
general, the same status for C
nal Zone employes as the United
States Civil Service Commission
kas as to salary and wage ap appeals
peals appeals in the United States.
The local board's jurisdiction Is
wider in that the Civil Service
Commission is limited to conside consideration
ration consideration of appeals from classified
and postal workers. It cannot
handle appeals from wage board
employes or from those working
for such organizations as the A A-tomic
tomic A-tomic Energy Commission or the
Tennessee Valley Authority.

The Canal Zone board, on the
Other hand, can deal With appeals
from any employe of any U.S. Go Government
vernment Government agency here.
Th procedures extablisihed by
the Canal Zone Board are:
(1) Definitions as used in
partment, employe or incumbent,
and position shall have the fame
meanings as defined in Section
201.1, 5 CFR. 1 a
Board means the Canal Zone
Board of Appeals. Classification

meant the general jod caiegoiy.
occupational series, designation,
rating, grade or pay level, or
class assigned, to a group of grad graded
ed graded or ungraded positions. It may
also meanthe title of a job when
no grade or pay -level symbol is
assigned, such as,for job grouu
lngs in the Special Category.
(2) Within 30 calendar dav
ftom the date of receipt of an
adverse decision from Lis" depart department
ment department as to the classification, gra:e
or pay level under Section 01 A
of the above cited regulations an
'inploye may appeal to the Ca al
Zone Board of Appeals.

Th board may in its deser

tion accept an appeal not Utu
within 30 days when it it satis
fied that reasons beyond th con
trol of the employ prevented
his appealing within th time li limit
mit limit prescribed and that h did
til as promptly as circums. fl flees
ees flees permitted.
In filing a late appeal an appel appellant
lant appellant shall state clearly and in ue ue-taii
taii ue-taii why he did not file within M0
uays from the date of the rect
ri the adverse decision appealed
f 10.11.

(3) Such appeal shall be ir
writing and may consist of a let letter
ter letter or memorandum addressed to

U:e Chairman, Canal Zone Boaui
of Appeals, c-o U. S. Civil Ser Service
vice Service Commission, Washington 25,
D. C.

Thp annpal shall slate (a) the

employe's name and mailing ad

dress (b) the name ot his aepart aepart-mpnt
mpnt aepart-mpnt (ri thp title, classification.

rrarip or oav level of his position,

'a) the organizational location 01
his position, (e) the date of the
adverse decision appealed from
and the dale when the employe

received it, (f) the reasons why
he disagrees with the decision of
his department, (g) the name and
address of his representative if

one is designated (tne tsoara win
deal with the appellant through
his representative if he desig designates
nates designates one), and (h) any other in information
formation information he considers pertinent
to his appeal.

no request for a personal appear
ance has been made.

(5) If an' appellant desires to
appear before the board personal personally
ly personally or through a representative he
shall make the request in writing
(usually when he files his appeal)
stating why he desires such an
appearance and indicating in ge

neral the nature of the informa
tion he proposes to present.

Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown,

Panama Canal Engineering and
Construction chiet, who presided
at the bid-opening, pointed out it
would be some weeks oefore the
complicated bidding schedules lor
parh mntract can be -properly

evaluated to determine the actual
award winner.
Comstock's apparent low Lid for
the two lighting systems as a sin sin-ol
ol sin-ol nrniect was $832.291.. The firm

was underbid, however, on oilers
for the Locks lighting system.

The two heavy equipment
manufacturing firms from Tokyo
entered bids approximately half
of any of th four American com companies.
panies. companies. Th lowst unit pric of of-frd
frd of-frd by th two firms undr
th various schedules was $54,000
per locomotiv as compared with

slightly ovr $130,000 tor m nexi
lowest ffr.
The four United States manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers entering bids were: Fair Fairbanks,
banks, Fairbanks, Morse and Co., of Chicago;
Plymouth Locomotive Company, of
Plymouth, Ohio; the St. Louis
(Missouri) Car Company; and In International
ternational International General Electric Co.,
of New York.

' Twenty-four Panama and unneo

states firms entered bids to ur-

nish and install the lignum ys-

items wmcH-xhe wRhWf

ber of bids t'ceivea ior 1 major

Canal project within rfceent years.
Th bidding was highly com com-ptitiv
ptitiv com-ptitiv with Panama companies
being lwr, gnrally, than

those Irem th Unitd Stts.
Bids were invited for the two
systems separately and as one
project. Also, the three schedules
contained many alternates.
Bids for the two systems as a
single project ranged from the bid
entered by Comstock up to slightly
over 1,500,000. Several bids were
over $1,000,000.
The Canal lighting project, which
ic cphprlnlpH in be completed with

in approximately one year, has

been designed to permit ununn

rupted 24-hour operation" of the
Canal Locks and to provide safa

and useful lighting tnrougnoui

r.aiiiarH Cut no that the large tu-

per-carrier type ships can be han
died after dark.

It is th outgrowth of an ex experimental
perimental experimental lighting system which
has been on a trial basis for the
past two years in Pedro Miguel
Locks and a section of Gaillard
Cut and part of an over-all plan
to increes th capacity of th

Canal

Jr .led L. R. Sommer; W. A. Rogers,

Lott of Panama, inc. and Drak;
Possessions, Inc.; E. M. Krtund;
Electric Service Company; and
Bildon, Inc., the latter en'mrm a
joint bid with Abnght El.unc
Construction Company, of Dallas,
Texas, which presently has other

lest locomotives, 17 additional lo

comotives, three J o c 0 m 0 live
cranes, and field tests of the ma
chines in the Canal Zone.
Bids received under this sched schedule
ule schedule wer as follows;
Fairbanks, Morse and Co. i'i.

920,056.43;

(6) Upon notice in writing from

th Board that an employe nas
appealed, his department shall

furnish to the Board:

(a) an official description t

the appellant's position,

(b) an organizational chart or
other data showing the exact lo location
cation location of the position,

(c) an evaluation statement giv

Uical firms entering bids includ-

Plymouth Locomotive. $3.4i.?79,

St. Louis Car Co. $4,120 7.i0:
International G.E., $3,777,291;
Mitsubishi, $1,470,290
These bid prices were indicative
of the range under other sched schedules.
ules. schedules. Under one schedule (lie Canal
has the option of buying tlie lest

units, cranes, and 35 locomotives.
Under the other, the nuying op option
tion option calls for 18, 24, or 30 I como como-tives,
tives, como-tives, in addition to the units un under
der under Schedule A.

In addition to the firm bids re
ceived, an offer was received
Irom a Swiss manufacturing linn
which was not announced at the

bid opening yesterday. Brown saui
the offer was not responsive to the
bid invitation and will not lie con
sidered unless no other bid is ac
cepted.
Delivery of th new locomo

tives is scheduled to begin in
December of next veer. The re-

iicimim own fjuving lo.winn

ft4i Canal Locks

1 II v incriai th

transit caoacitv of the Cnl.

primarily by the increese in the
return speed of the new machines.

The lockage time for a vessel
depends to an extent 011 both the j
towing speed and return spcM ol
the "mujes" and this factor is i I
tal at Gatun Locks which are a
mile and a half long.
Test units are to be deliveied to
Miraflores Locks where thev will

undergo field tests for a period of
I not more than three months.
I Delivery schedule of the ic 111.1 i n -1
ing units will be adjusted if nec necessary
essary necessary because of repairs or mod modifications
ifications modifications required as a result ol
j the tests.
The development of the new In In-Icomotives
Icomotives In-Icomotives design and specific;:
j lions follows extensive testing and

WASHINGTON -(UPI) lhe type of machine required for the

electrical contract work in the
Canal Zone.

All of the local bidders enter entered
ed entered offers of less than $1,000,000

for the two systems. j
The United States firms, oilier
than Abright Electric, to enter
bids were:
Reynolds Electric and Engineer
ing Co., Inc., of Albuquerque, N"v
Mexico; L. I. Waldman and Co.,
Inc., of Long Island City, N.Y.;
Clevealnd Electric Co., of Colum

bia, South Carolina; Menkels and
McCoy, Inc., of Philadelphia:

Heckler Electric Co., Inc., ot Long

Island City; R. E. Lee Electric

Co., Inc., of Arlington, Va.; Slanu

ard Electric Construction, Inc., ot

Chula Vista, Cal.; Fisk Electric
Co., of Houston, Texas; Gustav

Hirsch Organization, of Columbus
Ohio; Massachusetts Electric Con Construction
struction Construction Co., of Boston; Whitmore

Electric Co., of Miami, Fla.;

Kehne Electric Co., inc ol St.

n 1 D n ami Hnm

raui. minn., oini ". ""11 r-z.""zr'" A'

of Atlanta, Gk.; Nat G. Hi rrUoVtfvwih substantia

Overseas Corp., of Miami; ana
Gibson and Odom Electrie Co.,
Inc., 6f New Orleans, La.
The Canal Company will hv
the choice of several different

combinations in the locomotive
replacement program since no
find determination has been
made of th xet numbr of lo locomotives
comotives locomotives to be purchased.
Under schedule A, the bhse bid
provides for the purchase of four

voNed in tlie walkout nnnenrerl nt the inh pnrlv tiik morn-

r 1 1 - -- .fl .fling
ing .fling led by employe Rogelio Guillen, who is also president
of the Panama Heavy Equipment Operators and Mechan Mechanics
ics Mechanics Union.
Guillen, who sparked the flare-up Thursday after the
contractor rejected union demands for higher wages and
improved workina conditions, told Esielones all of the men

were willing to return to their jobs under the same terms
as existed before the dispute.
One of the returning men today headed straight for
the machine assianerl him formerly hut- n vnnprvicnr nr.

dered him to report to the Company offices.

McElroy Asked
To Clarify Ban
On Signed Articles

chairman of

ships

... suei'iiii: mn 111 iiHiiuimt: si

ment Information suDcomnmi 1 th Pan canal Locks.

iNen 11. ... t . ... ... ,,

1 1111s nas ueeu cuiuiKiai&cu hi in

DrosDective bidders and whilo lid

lllllL.
. rwono Speretarv

xje-w osiprdav to clarify the

ing the reasons for
appealed from,

the decsiofl

(4) The board in its discretion
may authorize an appellant to ap ap-near
near ap-near before the board personally

or through a representative (a)
if the appellant requests such an

appearance and (b) it tne uoaru
considers that such an appear appear-ence
ence appear-ence will aid the Board in reach

ing a proper decision.

If parson at appearance Is au
thorized, ath board will notify
th department concerned so
that it may also be represented.
In addition, the board may in invite
vite invite the appellant together with
his representative, If any, and a
representative of his department
to appar bfor it vn though

(d) citation of the standards
used in the evaluation (may br
combined with (c),

fel a eonv of the adverse de.i

sion rendered lo the appelllanl.

U) such other, information m
individual cases as the Boa'd
may request or the departmen.
may wish to supply.

(7) As provided by the regu.s regu.s-tion
tion regu.s-tion cited above the decisions of
it board shall be by majoritv
vote of the member. Decisions n
,;.ppeals will be issued in writii
to the department concerned and
a copy of the decision will be
transmittd to the appellant or
transmitted to the appellant or

(8) Whenever any department

renders sn adverse decision un un-ilr
ilr un-ilr Section 209.4 of the reula reula-t
t reula-t ons it shall notify the appelant

oi his right to appeal to in ca cant.
nt. cant. I Zone Board of Appeals.
fll Nnlhinp contained in these

procedures shall effect the appli

cability ot me veterans i reier

ence Act of 1944, as amended (5

U.S.C. 851-869),
(10) Until October 31, 1959, th
board will accept appeal.s from
adverse decisions rendered under
Section 209.4 of the regulations
without regard to the time limit
prescribed by these procedures.

Brovn To Discuss

Zoni Home Designs

Al Diablo Meeting

i t nni Rntwt. D. Brown. Jr.

director of ennlneeriru; ana

construction for the Panama

Canal Company, will enscus

design arid construction oi ca canal
nal canal Zone .housing next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at tne Diablo 'town meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The Civic Council of Diablo
and Los Rios, sponsoring the
monthly public meeting, urge
all Pacific side residents to at-

Brown Is expected to discuss
housing costs as well as the
special design and construction

problems jacea nere. ruiiuwmn
th informal talk1, he will ans

wer questions from the floor.

The meeting win De neiu m
the Diablo Service Center at
7:30.

Pentagon's ban on publication oi
byline articles by high ranking
officers. ...
Rep. John E. Moss (D-Caiif )
wrote McElroy that there appear appeared
ed appeared to be a conflict in Defense Dc
partment policies on the subject.
TW. was a literary flareup

last Friday when McElroy banned

publication now ol a noon d.v uen.

Thomas S. Power, commander 01
the Strategic Air Command

(SAC).

t i-actwisp to inauiries, the De

fense Department, issued a state

ment saying mat u w
"inappropriate" for a top militar;
UarW tn writ about a major de

fense command whil he was its

commander.

Power's book, entitled vew vew-for
for vew-for Survival," dealt with SAC s

role in the nlion's military pro

gram. Random House, wmcn nan
scheduled publication for next fall
had circulated blurbs saying ihe
book was certain to provoke argu

ments.
Moss asked McElroy to answer
three (mentions:

Does the prohibition a g a 1 n s :
signed articles apply to maga magazines,
zines, magazines, wire services and newspa newspapers?
pers? newspapers? To what levels of rank does
the prohibition apply? What is Ihe
statutory authority for the proni proni-bbition?
bbition? proni-bbition? Moss told McElroy he would ap
nreciate answers as soon as possi possi-ie
ie possi-ie on the apparent "conflict be between
tween between the ban and the depart department's
ment's department's announced public informa

tion policy."

ders were invited to submit mod-1

ification proposals, it is expected
that the basic desien developed by

the Canal's engineers and marine
officials will be the one accepted.
The replacement of the Canal's
towing equipment is one phase in

the short range improvement pro program
gram program designed to increase the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's transit facilities sufficient lo
meet the needs of shipping for the
remainedr of this century, except
for the size of vessels.

Two Signalmen
Jobs Available

Two position! for signalmen arrlJo HoSpital Bed

now open 'With the ranama uanai .
Company lt was announce-) Fri AyQQhg TOf MOn

The jobs csrry a salary rang
ins 4mm 11 cent to 11.06 per

hour, depending on the applicants'
qualifications.
Applicants must know interna international
tional international Mors code, be able to read
and write English fluently, have
a good radio-speaking voice, and
excellent vision. 1
Those Interested and Qitahfiei'
should apply at the Employment

OHice, Personnel uuuoing inum (

bet S66), A neon.

Camboa Minister

Given Emerqency

Oxygen At Corozal
Quick thinking by an off off-duty
duty off-duty CZ firefighter may have
saved the life of Mrs. Flora
May Voorhees 59, of Gamboa
who had sudden difficulty

breathing while riding on a bus

trom eamooa to Batooa ai

about 8 last night.
Fireman W. Hlnes. a nas.sen-

eer on the bus at the time,

suggested the driver pull into

Corozal Fire Station which tne
driver did.
Mrs. Voorhees was given
oxygen by Sgt. Marlon F. Green
of the Corozal Fire Station. A
doctor and ambulance were
ealled and Mrs. Voorhees was
transferred to Gorgas Hospital.
She ,1s reported to be feeling
"much better" and as 01 this
morning was not on the se seriously
riously seriously ill list.
Mrs. Voorhees is the minister

of the Church of God in Gam-boa.

Told that nine of the men Would j
not he rehired, (iuillcn is reported
to have challenged the action and
threatened court .action, on the
basis of Panamanian labor laws.
Presumably he was referring to
the Panama law requiring em employers
ployers employers under most conditions to
give severance pay to workers dis dismissed
missed dismissed from jobs.

But after the walkout Esielones
pointed out he regarded th men
as hiving quit and said he would
order "rescreening" of ll 20 be before
fore before eny would be put back to
work. In effect, he ordered his
j office to treat the men is rew
1 job applicants.
Guillen, who has been acting as
spokesmen for tlie croon, "ar a a-mnng
mnng a-mnng the nine denied re e 111 ploy ploy-;
; ploy-; menl.
The nnera tors' de 111 a lid for a

uniform $1.50 per hour wag.- for
I all heavy equipment men was
'flatly rejected by Mcrritl -Chapman.
Company spokesmen sari

the present wage scale is -llrcadv
over that used to bid the Cut-widening
job.
In addition, the groin) Thursday
charged the firm with allowing
unsafe workinc conditions :nl rt

turning injured men lo duly too
soon.
Esielones branded nolh I h e
charges nonsense.
He emphasized the only issue
involved was whether the con contractor
tractor contractor or a small group of skill skilled
ed skilled workers it to run the iob, and

the company has no intention of
having its authority challenged
or undermined.
About 250 men are employed on

the Cut-widenine. but none has

been hired under a eroun contract

All but a score are Panamaninas,

including most heavy equipment
operators whose weekly take-home
pay averages $100.
There has hepn nn inlemmlion

of work during the two day dis

pute, according to company

spokesmen.

Most of the nighl shift operators,
who reported but would not work

Thursday nighl out of sympathy
with the union walkout, reported

as usual last night.
Esielones said tod.iy he antici anticipated
pated anticipated no difficulty replacinq the
operators d n led re-employment,
despite reports there is

Scarcity of such men on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. A dozen new applicants ha,vve. al
ready been processed by the coin
pany. ;

Injured By Gun

A watchman at Playa Coronado,
who was injured yesterday when a
gun he was cleaning went off ac accidentally,
cidentally, accidentally, wax treated at Santo

Tonus Hospital, but sent home al

though a doctor ordered nospnai1
a tion.
Police said Aniceto Caicedo Jr.,
45, was sent home because no beds
wer available at the time.

Coast Guard Tug

Docks At Rodman
The Coast Guard harbor tug

Nauuatuck arrived at Balboa

this mornlne after a tria from

Acapulco. The UO-foot-long

craft Is berthed at Pier 3 South,
RnaHmon

The Naugatuck is headed for
Miami.

Driver Looks OH
For Moment, Runs
Into Gill's Bus

A Canal Zone motorist who let

his attention stray from the

road for a moment yesterday

ran into the rear of a bus Just

opposite the Balboa commissary
annex.

Ths motorist was Pfc. G 1

WnO LU1U JJU11L.C iic IUVIM
over at his wife after she com

plained of feeling faint and in
the brief moment slammed into
the rear of a Canal Zone Bus
Service vehicle.
Mrs. 6a vis was thrown a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the windshield whi' h
broke under the impact, and
she was treated later at Gorgas
Hospital for facial lacerations.

Official Suspended
For Letting Whites

.,1 1 fewu r m

EAST POINT, Ca. (UPI) A
city official of this Atlanta sub suburb
urb suburb has been suspended for allow allowing
ing allowing an American Red Cross swim swimming
ming swimming class composed of whita
hoys and girls to demonstrate
water safcly at a Ncro swim swimming
ming swimming pool, it was revealed today.
Fast Point Mjvnr .1 f; Slith

said he suspended East Point

Parks and Recreation Depart Department
ment Department Sunt. .lames R. travsnn

iteransp f'.ravsni. "harl net pypi.

cised the proper judgment in the

nest inieresi 01 r.ast foinl in al allowing
lowing allowing white females to partici participate
pate participate in a water safety demon demonstration
stration demonstration at Randall Street poe1."
The Randall street pool is the

.egro pool wnere tne white girls
and hovs of tile instruMinn rlate

gave their water safety lesson.

Several hundred Negro boys
and girls were present for the
(cmonstration. which was given
last Tuesday. Grayson was sus suspended
pended suspended Wednesday for 11. days or
the next city council meeting.
Grayson had no comment on his
suspension. The safety demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration was broken up when the fath father
er father of one of the white girls, whosa
ages ranged from 12 to 20, showed
up at the Negro pool and ordered
her home.
A volunteer Red Cross worke

was in cnaree ot he Droeram.

the mayor said. The whites and
Negroes were never in the Negro
pool at th,- same time, he report

ed.

Thp Red Cross Instruct ion rlat

used for the demonstration was
called upon at the last minuts

when a Ken ross talking boat
act was unavailable. Thp "talk "talking
ing "talking boat" act, which utilizes a
boat equipped with microphones
broadcasting safety rules, was
scheduled for the Negro pool
safety demonstration.

Today's Transits
(scheduled)
Northbound 20
Southbound 14
TOTAL 14
(Clear Cut: 1)

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SPLINTER POLITICS v
Sir:
The voting capacity of Panamanians of West Indian-origin is be being
ing being effectively weakened by the multiplicity of political parties that
has come on the scene, each catering for their support and each
succeeding -n extracting a splinter group out of the ti'rnbcr of voters.
Let there be no mistake about After the Panamanian voters
of West Indian origin have been divided up into small groups among
the several political parties that have come on the scene, we will be
too weak to elect proper representatives of our group to any posi position
tion position of authority to protect our civil rights after the presidential
election
Fmthermore, the vast majority of the parties that have come
on the scene have clearly shown their lack of proper estimation for
us bv not including intelligent and responsible individuals of our
group in their policy-forming body in their National Directorate. We
should stoiiMv refuse to support these parties.
The Tercer Partido Nacionalista and the Partido Republicano
have earn included a serious and responsible Panamanian of West
Indian origin in their National Directorate. Members of our group
should investigate the programs of these parties. They include un unqualified
qualified unqualified equality for all Panamanians without regard for race or
color and full participation of the Panamanian members of West
Indian origin on their policy forming council in all matters relating
to their -rosram.
The P?rtido Republicano starts registration Saturday. Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians of Wtsi Indian origin should pot he afraid to register in these
parties. arc not a communist front or communist organizations.
By inscrib'i" for the parties mentioned, they will be strengthening
the voire of their representatives on their policy-making boards.
Andrei L. L.wton

AGITATORS
Sir:

" I notice that Aquilino Boyd and Ernesto Castillero are agitating.
- I suggest they think back to the handiwork of the agitators who
Stirred the University students to "invade" the Canal Zone about 18
months aso. The aroused youngsters, seeking an outlet for their
excitement, got out of the agitators' control, found themselves into
e' shooting fight with the government, till many lay dead in the
streets The government of a fine, conservative President was
blamed for the deaths, while the agitators faded unhurt into the
background.
Then- are those who believe that the lessons of the recent past
teach that the proposed Boyd Castillero Nov. 3 march on the Canal
Zone will hive its most serious repercussions in Panama. If such
rfperciiss'-in unfortunately do occur, I expect to see Boyd and Cas Castillero
tillero Castillero fvlin safely into the background, while the Canal Zone con continues
tinues continues quietly about its business of making money for both govern governments.
ments. governments. Think It Over

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GENTRY OF

I read in The Panama American's widely read column "Hoof "Hoof-ts"
ts" "Hoof-ts" Tnesdav that Ssnriino Hernandei lot a 12-meet suspension

r crowding Last Moment, Carlos
econd race of the first double.

It is niv oninion that the racetrack s judges are unfair to ian-

no, Jose i'alavera, Amado Credidio. Fernando Alvarei and Ruben

tranche) Vasquez.
'ine reason is that these are

resident Kemon hace track who make lavonte riders, Brauiio
aeza and Helioaoro (Papito) Gusimes look like jokers wnen they

jRic calitu on lo win wiui any kinu ol horse, whether it be a mutuels
vorne or long snot, in the netting.
i.usiincs and Hasi, no uouDi are good riders; but the law of
averages knows thai no one is peil&ct nere on earth, 'that includes
Baea anu Uuslin-.'i,. However, tne Kemon 'track stewarus do not
feci mi. Wnen last have Baeza and Gustines been grounded lor a lew
meets?
looking back at Saturday's (Aug. 22) second race, Pops, with
Hernanue up, utat Lai Moment oy a hui-lengin wnue covering tne
fix turlong uiatanie in 1:12 4 o. Last Moment came uown pressing
the winner bui wasn i t ops' matcii. Then bandino was rewarded lor
his splenuid riding wii.n 1 meets off tne track.
Vvitu Uae.a oi Gustines rops may nave lost the race by a nose

or neck al tne wire.
Sandino, Laliche Vasquez and Credidio are the track's best finish finishers.
ers. finishers. H.i'v never stop lining lor your money until the race is over.
Compare i,aUiruay s second race witn Sunday's third race in
Whicli Lunatico (Baeza up) won by a nose over Altagracia (Hernan (Hernandei
dei (Hernandei up i. Uhy didn't Hernandez call lor any unfair riding? Still the
track s acc, riaeza, thought he might have lost the race and called for
a "reclamo" (toul) against Altagracia and Hernandez.
It is a pity lor tne fans when there i no Sandino, Caliche or
Credidio to ride for their money.
- Remember the race with San Vicente and King Size on Saturday,
June 20? Caliche Vasquez received a suspension for pulling King
Size and allowing San Vicente to win.
Saturday, June 27, Ali, Siete y Medio and Pan Tostado were
trained by one man. Then Ali was turned over to Manuel Rivera Ri Rivera
vera Rivera for training. Baeza rode Siete y Medio and Alejandro Perez
rode Ali. There were some fans who considered Baeza pulled Siete
y Medio and let Ali win. The stewards said nothing about that, but
thev suspended Caliche for San Vicente.
Baeza and Gustines are the lords of the track while Caliche. Cre Credidio,
didio, Credidio, Hernandez and Talavera are just "bat and ball" for the ste stewards
wards stewards because there is nobody to say anything for them.
Ouie.
CAPT. ARTHUR FERTIG
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Master Mariner (apt. Arthur Fertig, former Tanama Canal
?ilot, now commands a supper ore carrier. This confirms my opinion
hat he is professionally superior to many of his former colleagues
n the Canal, but such talent and knowledge is apt to create jealousy
hereabouts
" During Art's battle with the Canal administration 1 hoard some
gtrange reports of the hearing. Like the others, I kept mv mouth
shut at the time, and never let the Kingfish hear me use the word
"Fertig." Today I consider Fertig to have been right in describing
eertain elements within the Pilots Association as phony
Fertig should know that I would likp to publish mv name to this
letter, but I must work a few vears more with these individuals Since
the day a member of the Pilots Association telephoned the Person Personnel
nel Personnel Director to av that the union had not broueht an attorney down
from Washington for Fertig. and in effect was not backine his case,
the Canal Administration has had its feet on the pilots' necks, and
pay raises have been far between
Wh-il I find hard to take is that some of th biggest talkers with within
in within the Pilots Association couldn't hold a messhov's lob Mioard Fer Fer-tig's
tig's Fer-tig's ship, mush lcs ever hone tn command a supershin of their own.
; Somedav. after lcavinf the Cainl. I want to aoolopizc norsonaMv
to Fertip for beiui? on of the fcllow-lhe-lidp group. I wonder wi!h
tiome embarrassment what Ferti" must think each time approaches
the seabuoy. and sees a couple of us coming aboard.
Ho Sorry.
, RELAYED G.I.s
Sir:
TW ( a section In the tranr"rtation iervir motor pool
tfSApr-ARIB, Corol. known the VIP setion. but jn.'r H of being
jji nf'ji-A to serve th turnoe for clerical work. It has been ron ron-vfrted
vfrted ron-vfrted intn a recreation renter
t I have been o" evrl oreations tn nick un vehicles, and esch
ttlne I have een Cl's ittinf pi desk', feet urmn m lvjnp on deV.
rk!np "nn"icil telephone ca'ls, noise to the highest volume that
Tjia ean th'nV of.
. Jbrrp is a wooden ra.il in the centei- o he b"'ldine to enarate
rb rWir section. Hut insoite of the Civ ill force their way
beyond thl rail and rirrv on J have H"rrih'1.
" Can Col. Cecil Davidson. Trp-nor-MMon ""ire', do somethln"
ajjotit this outrageous rpr-kpt. H e those C's wek to do 'or st
last seven of the ei'b our ,ht th't th- it (I'ornH t'' rlitnri
tje peire? I thinV tm( thpp C,T are vrlr"'' their work
jMUt as anv other Federal emplove in the US ncAPtrV
Interested Cltlyen.

HANDIWORK

THE SADDIE
Bovil up, with Pops in Saturday's
the few professional riders at the

Ruarkous
Comments j

By ROBERT C. RUARK
I am always fascinated, as a
.un who lives much abroad, by a
..turn to this charming, nonlunc
..onal, ln-process-of-being rebuilt
beehive that is known as Sew
iorii. It is still tine city of great
iliche melting pot but now Jiey
seem to be melting the city in instead
stead instead of the people.
I walk along Madison or Fifth
and inspect the strolling genLe genLe-men,
men, genLe-men, and never in my life have
1 seen such wily-looking males in
any country, not even in London,
where the official city uniform is
a derby hat and a rolled umbrella.
Perhaps these maies who wear
hats do not inspect themselves in
the mirijor when they slap on ttie
skimmer, but if anybody tells me
that the kind of summer head
gear, nearly bnmless, which
perches on the knob like a bump
on a pickle enhances manly bea
ty I will go back to the 'oculist
and have another serious check
on my baby blues.
1 know of no hick town of the
last century which could produce
as many ailly-looking people, not
even when they wore knob-toed
shoes and imoked bulldog pipes.
The slim line has gone too far.
There is not enough room in the
pants for the man, if that is what
it is, and certainly no shoulders
can be so narrow as to make out
in one of these fashionable coats
with the no-lapels. And the pants
are also too short. That great ex expanse
panse expanse of sock offends me esthetic esthetic-ally.
ally. esthetic-ally. The town seems loaded with
juvenile delinquents and lurking
homosexuals who importune you
from doorways, and 1 wonder who
is following in whose footsteps,
Londan or New York?
I can't teU a Teddy boy from a
West Side Teenage gangster, and
as for the limpwriated set I would
feel rather more at home in Tra Trafalgar
falgar Trafalgar Square tihan here.
For everyday common rudeness
I never saw the like of today's
New York, even in the siloons
where they charged you the earth
for the right to sit down and be
insuled.
I have lived in Spain and Eng
land too long. I guess, because I
have grown unaccustomed to the
common insult and lack of serv
ice that you receive in joints
which charge you a year's pay tor
one finger of diluted whisky and
a little bad music.
I mean, it is possible to become
used to politeness from menials,
especially when you're spending
and when you hit a trap like this
Chez Vito and run into an arrog arrogant
ant arrogant pimply ex-bellhop who has
loused up your reservation (made
hours before) who informs you at
10 p.m. quote "Bud. if you want
to hang a rouad aW another tour,
maybe I can doBmetning Tor
you," the urge to throttle leads
you out into the street and into the
nearest joint where at least polit
eness is on the table d'hote.
Toots Shor's is torn down,
more's the pity, but there is still
Mr. Costello's bar and grill on
Third, and Saveno Turie'lo's hap
py home on Second, and. always
"21" and Mr. Will Reed's estab
lishment, where politness and ser
vice prevail.
There seems to be some basic
decency about na new jazz joint,
the Arpeggio, and my old home
tne Hotel t-iysee, ocrtorms in
its usual fine fashion of consider
ing the customer as ag-uest ins'ead
of an intruder.
But mainly I can't seem to find
a waiter who isn't rude, a cabbie
who isn't surly, and I have seen
nobody smile in the daytime.
r.ven tne lovely girls who come
off work at five p.m., the pretty
little secretaries, lood denressed.
They seem to have no boy friends,
and if they have som tihey can't
afford any place to go to hold
hands, and you wouldn't dare
neck in a park because some somebody
body somebody would mug you. Or worse.
I don't know. It costs a hundred
bucks a day just to walk around
this town, in this lousy weather,
and In the end you get nothing for
your money but a bad temper
wiich fits the temper of the town.
DAILY
MEDITATION
(Presented by tb Department
f Christian Education of the
Bpiseopal Church in th Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zono).
FRINGE CULTS
"And of whom halt thou boon
afraid or faarod, that thou halt
Hod?
Fringe cults, groups on the edges
of the faith or even the brink, were
as common in antiquity ai they
are today. The prophet is des
cribing the reversion to paganish
prevalent in his day, magic and
spiritualism, nature worship and
the lertility rile.s,
They seem remote from our
world, but it takes only a little in insight
sight insight to note the parallels. Our
modern paganism may take more
subtle forms. Cursory glance over
the paper-back display at the corn
er ttore will ahow this same eult
of sensuality which the proohet
(erries. Parents sacrifice their
children to the same gods of am
otion as did the ancients.
Modern is the old Molerh. We
.is beset by the iame gods of
materialism. We trust in our man man-made
made man-made idols even as the ancient
image makcri. We have sects
which dabble in bodily health and
mental peace, whose devotees
fjnd a temporary "new life for
(hell strength". These modern
cults are merely the old under
new names.
The ancient verdict stands:
"Wren you cry out. let your collec collection
tion collection of idoli deliver youl"

"It Sure

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

FOOD FOR THOUGHT (From
Far and Near): George Douglas
can't return to L.A. 10 see ltle
child he and the present Mrs. Den Dennis
nis Dennis Crosby adopted when they
were married. She'a got papers
for him. ..Producer Sam Marks in
town to do a film atory on the
late but unlamenled Larry Fay,
a Prohibition-time gangster. (I
wonder what became oi Larry's
widow, beautiful Evelyn Crowell,
of the Z i e g f e 1 d and N.T.G.
shows?) Last time 1 saw Evelyn
was before the War (Nc. 2) that
is, when she wa living in Europe
with Sandra Rambeau. Edmund
Purdom isn't too concerned about
the rift in his domestic lute. In
Rome, Anna Maria Spina keeps
his spiri s up... Another Eternal
City jwosome (for a few hurj
anyway) is John Barrymore Jr.
and actress Giogrgia Moll. (And
"That Kind of Woman" Is my
kind of woman. The part she
plays reminds me that some gals
like to buv old things, but others
like old things to buy them.
THE MORTIMER THE MER MER-RYLEE:
RYLEE: MER-RYLEE: Seems Martha Hver
didn't confine herself during her
recent N Y. p. a. tour for "The
Big Fisherman." Another she
hooked was Paul Shields, of Wall
St. ...Local boy makes good: 19-vear-old
George Hamilton (MGM's
hottest ind) will spend Labor
Day at Westhamo'on Bath and
Tennis Club. He was a desk clerk
there last Summer. His best gal
is Wendy Vanderbilt who was
euest there last Summer. His best
gal is Wendv Vanderbilt who was
Riiest there list Summer... Dr
Robert Alan Franklyn, the Holly
High Time
ACROSS
1 dial
4 Clock part
( Watch part
32 o'clock
13 Tumult
14 Century plant
15 False hair
IS Training
18 Race official
20 Intervening
21 Tropical
plantf
1 Developed
Alms
4 Worries
5 Military
assistant
Route
1 And so
forth (ab.)
C Detests
t Mr. Biba
and olhert
10 Mislay
11 Sand hill
17 Electrical unit
lAAircnrled
22 Enervate-
24 and tht 2J Make amends
J Network;
34 8nar
3S Engage
20 Destroyed
(anat.)
27 Article
30 Mexican
painter
31 Decree
34 Spheres
of action action-S5
S5 action-S5 Approached
3d Footlike part
37 Existed
38 Church
service
40 Ancient Asian
41 Put on
42 Donkeys
43 Praised
48 Klnfolk
91 Employ
52 Profit
53 Short act
94 Vgf,
Nevada
85 Table scraps
He Disorder
67 Diving bird
DOWN
1 Plants
2 Hour ii a
Mm
Read Our

LocAs Real, Doesn't

wood plastic surgeon who rebuil
many acreen beauts from midrifi
up, nas a book coming up entitle..
"Beauty Surgeon" which will be
distributed oy Dick i'aphnger,
whose cousin Bob is one of the
nation's top beauty connoisseurs...
Piano prodigy Philippa Schuyler
writes irom the Belg.an Congo
where "she's doing research" that
"Cupid's arrows struck" her. (Oh,
that kind of research.). ..Sal Mi Mi-neo
neo Mi-neo is still young enough to enjoy
an evening jazzing it up at the
Metropole jazzatonum with red redheaded
headed redheaded Nancy O'Malley. (She's a
Columbia U student.). ..A gold dig digger
ger digger is a gal who's got what
takes to take what you got.
DEPT. OF SCRAMBLED AU AUTHORSHIP:
THORSHIP: AUTHORSHIP: Charlie Siragusa, fab fabulous
ulous fabulous U.S. Narcotics Bureau su supervisor
pervisor supervisor who worked under cover
in Europe for a dozen years to
bust the Mafia, and I have been
sounded out on a collaboration for
a "Mafii Confidential" for movies
and TV. Siragusa provided most
of the raw material for Frederic
Sondern Jr.'s "Brotherhood of
Evil," except that which came
out of daily papers, committee
reoorts and the Lait Mortimer
"Confidentials" in which we were
accused of inventing the Mafia...
In appreciation Sondern dedicated
his book to Siragusaand he was
offered a job as technical advisor
on a screen treatment bv egg egghead
head egghead Ben Hecht, if and when.
NEXT STOP .CANARSIE (All
off): Hoaev Cirmichaei's nx
will be actress Joan Noble. ..Ethel
Merman's daughter, Etv,el S".
and Jacques Cointreau of the li liquor
quor liquor family at the Steak Joint...
Anwr to Previout PuizU

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spider 43 Burn
it Hurriei 44 Cut
29 Finishes 46 Cuckoo
1 1 Least cooked blackbirds
33 Pythias' friend 47 Brother of
38 Repeal
Jacob (Bib.)
40 Methods
41 Cleans
48 Writing Uble
50 Doctrine

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It:

Tony Steel is forgetting the torch
or Anita tKOer wmi tno.,ier
Swedish icebecg named Marta
Kippelberg... Sammy jJavis jr.'s
ex (Loray White) finging the
blues over her Canadian million millionaire
aire millionaire who switched to Savannah
Club's sepain songbird joanne
Norris... Confession ot a cauuous
cutie: He can have wrinkles i
he's got what crinkles... Dorothy
Janssen Szlapka, daughter oi the
founder of Janssen's, has the
famed eaterie booming since she
straightened out the intermural
familv battles.
I FEEL FINE (So what's wrong
with me?): N.Y.'s Chief Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate Murtagh (and by the way,
whatever became of him?) thinks
the British way of handling dope
.itinn rWi awav with crimi
nal angles. So he might be inter
ested to learn mat rw"
..rent, lust knocked off the
largest hasheesh shipment (ma (marijuana,
rijuana, (marijuana, reefers or weed to you)
in international history. An entire
shipload valued at minions, ...u
w "law abiding" Eng-
lishmen, who under the socialist
....i..- .t.t- "do not BO in for
it v there. (Not here.)
Svlvts Cisablancas sure forge s
fast. Her current dancing partner
is a young rrencnrn.au
Pascal Busson ... o, .uoveniu.
,ui ,.,n't (;raceJeuy ai
San Juan convention. It was 17-year-old
Ann Ellington, daughter
t T.nnAisee'i cniet exec, id;
the way, 15 of me Kuvc.m.
....V.H .wit to El Commandan
te race track during tne
.Fastest click in iew
ing history is Kestauram
niA' n'niir reasons i n
orm BIOS, aiaiiuiufc
TVii. is run by the same young ge
niuses J. Brody and J. Baum wno
ran a lunch counter chain in.o
,h Ha war an Room, the fabulous
Forum of the 12 Caesars, Leone s
and ssveral otner gourmet .u.
?i m,nnW I calla it.).. .Eddie
Co-don adds his descritnion of a
ffnld d eeer: A baDe wno ium.b.
big wneei wio a
uimn TO THE WISE (Thlt
.hnnid he sufficient): For the first
de. the InternaUon
al Police Chiefs' Convention will
be heldin New York, on Sept. 27.
It iacustomary in other jurisdic jurisdictions
tions jurisdictions upon such occasions, to
"lock up" the towncompletely.
It can be most embarrassing to
the host po"ce ii visiting c.neis
note the presence of vice dens or
are approached by naughty young
ladies. It will be quite a job to
shutter New York (which is now
more open with more dives, re-
joria, soliciting and procuring
than at any time. in my memory.)
1 AM NlCl7OMTIMI$ (But
senile neven: The foregoing pa paragraph
ragraph paragraph reminds me that the ef ef-fic.eni
fic.eni ef-fic.eni Armed Services Police De Detachment
tachment Detachment it constantly vigilant ov over
er over establishment ctterinr io
queers and prostitutes or where
service men may be el nped. r'rnm
time to time an "off limits" list
.s ..is led on Cue ton! let in board i
every military, naval and air
.Mice outiii in I lie Me;ropol tart
rea, of resorti which, after a
:-r!ri' beoii th-' Armed Serv Services
ices Services Disciplinary Board, have
en tos'iul "g' .l'.v" or rer:ou
violations...The last luch list that
1 saw .n a miil.ary pogi) was els'
ed .Tnlv 1, 1W9. Upon my own ir ir-vestiga'tion
vestiga'tion ir-vestiga'tion I found that many
plr.ee j en it are slill open lb.
,openly and braienly without har har-r'jient
r'jient har-r'jient bv New Yor' City jr
State, authoritiei though aervice
men are barred. Among them
notorious apoti in the Village,
Harlem and near Times So...'"!
local law can't do what the mill-,-irv,
whirh is not -lra'd of 'vrr
sure," can. And this is no beef i
.op-. The pre i:ies come fror
higher up. Way up.
ODE TO A FEMALE I EAT.
NIK: Comb your hair or ge. o.
of mine.

IVlERRY

- o
WASHINGTON A secret meet meet-i
i meet-i ot Nw-Uern and Western Dem Dem-.att
.att Dem-.att gathered in the office of
ngresiman Jack Shelley of San
.-ancisco recenlly to consider a
,;sible break with the Democra Democra-e
e Democra-e Par.y.
or some time there" has been
i. reasing talk of organizing a
piit of Northern c Democrats a a-ay
ay a-ay from Southern Democrats
jt nothing has come of it.
The argument is that Southern
Jemocrats break away from the
arty whenever they feel like it
a support the Republicans, then
jome back to get all the advant advantages
ages advantages of being members of the
party. They control most of the
chairmanships in Congress, get
most of the patronage, which they
could not enjoy witnout Northern
support.
Therefore Northern Democrats,
who have become increasingly
powerful in the last two elections,
have been muttering among them themselves
selves themselves that they should give the
South a taste of its own medicine.
If they bolted the Democratic
Party, in the same manner South Southerners
erners Southerners line up to vote with Charlie
Halleck and Eisenhower, every
Southern congressman would be
knocked out of his committee
chairmanship.
The secret meeting in Shelley's
office discussed this once again.
Immediate reason for the meeting
was resentment over the manner
in which the South had lined up
with the Republicans in passing
the Landrum-Griffin labor bill.
"VOTING FOR PEANUTS"
"Two can play at this game,"
said Congressman Roman Pucins-
ki, Chicago Democrat. "Why
shouldn't we Democrats of tn
North be the balance of power for
a change?
If the Southerners leave us
high and dry on liberal issues by
teaming up with Charlie Halleck
and the Republicans, why don t
we do the same thing on cotton,
peanuts, and tobacco?"
"I am tired of voting lor pea
nut price supports," said Con
gressman Jimmy Roosevelt of
Los Angeles, "and then have our
Southern friends turn around and
scuttle the housing bill."
Chet Holifield, another congress
man from Los Angeles, remark
ed that the only language the
Southern wing of the Party un
derstands is the danger of a
Northern coalition.
Holifield had gone to Speaker
Sam Rayburn at the beginning
of the Congressional session last
January to urge a new set of
rules to cut the power of Congress
man Howa'd .'Smith of Virginia,
all-powerful chairman Of the Rules
Committee, who is now able to
bottle up legislation almost Inde
finitely.
But Rayburn had promised to
take care of Smith. He told Hon
field not to move to change the
rules, but leave the matter to him.
He would handle "Judge" Smith.
However, Rayburn has not hand
led Smith. And Northern Demo
crats are now right back where
they started.
Whether they will go through
with their threat to bolt the con conservative
servative conservative wing of the Democratic
Party remains to be seen. But re
sentment this time is smoldering
deep and bitter.
HOUSING DEAL
The Republicans have a nea
trick up their sleeve which 'thev
figure may save Eisenhower from
vetoing the revised housing bill
That trick is a double-play be
tween GOP leader Charlie Hal
leek and his secret partner, Dem
ocratic congressman Howard
Smith from across the Potomac
in Virginia.
Halleck and Smith long have
been working together as if mem
hers of the same party. When fh-
White Hou.'e wn'ed to kill Ike's
own education hill two yem ago
Halleck signalled to Smith, i

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y DRIW PKARSkON

Democrat, and Smith moved to
kill the enact ng clause.
When the Republicans wanted
to aidetrack public housjig, glum
clearance, and TVA financjig and
community lacilitiei last year,
ihe swallow tailed ajresiauii -who
comes from Ge. j vVashing
ton's old home across the Polo Polo-mac
mac Polo-mac helped them do it: He mere merely
ly merely disappeared for five flays to
look after his cows. Meanwhile
ihe bills languished in hia Rules
Committee.
This time the rewritten housing
bUl, vetoed by Eisenhower in ita
original form, and still not ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable tofim, must go back to
Smith's Rtfles Committee. He can
let it gather dust or be can push
it. The reported deal is that h
will let h gather dust. Thus it
wouldn't be passed in time for
Eisenhower to slap it down with
another veto.
Note: This is what Charlie Hal-'
leek and Smith are reDorted to be
hatching. But a lot of builders
will be irate. For though the hous housing,
ing, housing, bill still is objectionable to Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower it contains mortgage
money absolutely essential to th
building industry.
JUDICIAL POLITICS
The political hand is sometime
quicker than the eye when -t
comes to confirmation of Federal
judges. Not oven other senators
always known what's behind a
senator's blockina of a inrlcre'i
confirmation.
Here, for instahce, is whit's en.
ing on behind the scenes regard regarding
ing regarding Henry Frienaly, top Pan A-
mencan Airways attorney, ap ap-pointed
pointed ap-pointed to the Circuit Court nf an.
peals for the Second Circuit, cov
ering mew York and Connecticut,
a very important judicial pos'.
For some months the sna
Judiciary Committee has satfirm-
iv on rnendly's confrmation.
Most senators are for him, but
one is not.
The man blocking him is Sen
Tom Dodd of Connecticut, wha
has been demanding that Judee
J. Joseph Smith of Hartford be
appointed to Dhe Circuit Court of
Appeals. Judge Smith is an excel excel-judge.
judge. excel-judge. He is also a Catholic.
Dodd has emerged as one of the
more vocal Catholic spokesmen m
the Senate. As a member of the
Senate Judiciary Committee, he
has been able to sidetrack Friend Friendly
ly Friendly s confirmation1 to the same Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court.
But the other day, Attorney
era Bill Hose,., ,tJ understands
politics, sent word informally to
Stnate Judi:iary Committee:
Tell Senator Dodd I'll be glad to
get Judge Joe Smith appointed to
the Court of Appeals."
There's another opening on the
court, and this means that Friend Friendly
ly Friendly should be confirmed fairly soon.
Note: One interesting lobbyist
for Friendly's confirmation has
been Bill McAvoy, efficient repre representative
sentative representative of Pan American Al Always.
ways. Always. Incidentally, Justice Felix
Frankfurter has indicated to
friends that he will resign after
Friendly has served on the Ap Appeals
peals Appeals Court and believes that his
friend Friendly will be appointed
in his place. This would carry out
the tradition of having at least
one Jewish judge on the Supremo
Court.
RED LEADER LEAVES CHINA
TOKYO (UPD President Ho
Chi Minh of North Viet Nam, a; a;-cused
cused a;-cused o" mstermind:ng the Toti Toti-munist
munist Toti-munist revolt in Laos, left Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing for home today ac a
"vacation" in Russia and Red
China, it w announced. T e
Communist New China News
Agenc" sa'd Premier Cbou En-'i
and other Chinese dignitaries stw
the Vietnamese Red leader off at
the airport.
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COUNTDOWN Jimmy Heywood Show director, Rd3 Bruce Neale and star, Sp4 Junior Hey Hey-wood
wood Hey-wood Shoupe discuss last minute arrangements prior to a Wednesday evening show. Standing
by is CFN television camerman, Pvt. Charles Kelley. (U.S. Army Photo).

Canal Zone TV Cowboy's
At Home On Any Range

Everv Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.,
viewers of CFN-TV have an oppor
tunity to watch and listen to a
Canal Zone cowboy Jimmy He
wood, singer of country and West Western
ern Western music.
Actually this young man is at
home on any kind of range. Dur During
ing During most of the week, Jimmy, or
to be more complete, Sp4 Junior
Heywood Shoupe, serves as a cook
at Headquarters Company, USAR USAR-CAR1B
CAR1B USAR-CAR1B School, Fort Gulick.
To keep everything on his tele television
vision television show at the jight heat.
Jimmy has three airmen first
class from the Albrook Air Force
Base Fire Department to assist
him. Hal Kelly and Ben Partin
sing and play the bass fiddle and
the lead guitar. Meanwhile, Tony
Morris provides, accompaniment on
the steel guitar.
The Jimmy Heywood Show's di director
rector director is from another of the arm armed
ed armed services Rd3 Bruce Neale of
the U.S. Navy, who occasionally
bass fiddles his way into the act.
Jimmy Heywood first served in
the Army from 1946 through 1950.
Then, in 1952, he began his mu musical
sical musical career with a number of ap appearances
pearances appearances on radio in his home
town of Marianna, Fla.
In 1955, Jimmy reenlisted in the
Army, but continued his musical
career. Going to New York City
in 1956, he made two films with
the Army program "Get Set, Go."
Towards the end of 1956 and in
early 1957, he toured with coun country
try country and Western music shows
featuring such celebrities as John Johnny
ny Johnny Cash, Johnny Horton, Ray
Price and George Jones. Oklaho Oklahoma,
ma, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana were among the states visited.
The high point in Heywood's
career came in 1956 two shows,
before audiences of 10,000, wirh
James Brown, star of the Rin-Tin-Tin
program.
In August 1957, Jimmy, after
having studied Spanish at the Ar Army
my Army Language School in Monterey,
Calif., was sent to the USARCAR USARCAR-1B
1B USARCAR-1B School as a food service ins instructor.
tructor. instructor. When this course was dis discontinued.
continued. discontinued. Jimmy moved into the
mess hall.
About six months ago, CFN-TV
Induced Jimmy to begin his reg regular
ular regular Wednesday evening shows.
In this year's USARCARIB en entertainment
tertainment entertainment contest, Jimmy and
two colleagues, Sp4 Jimmy Cate,
pictorial division, Signal Section,
Corozal, and Sp4 Junior Waldon,

recently discharged from the Ar Army,
my, Army, captured first place in the
group specialty class and went on
to win third place honors in the
All-Army recorded country and
western class, a contest in which
tapes were judged in Washington,
D C. Furthermore, in the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB competition, Jimmy's sing singing
ing singing and guitar playing took sec second
ond second place in the individual spe specialty
cialty specialty category.
Jimmy lives with his wife, Do Dorothy,
rothy, Dorothy, and sons Lynn, 6, and Lar Larry,
ry, Larry, 5, at Fort Gulick. Once in a
while, the boys -make singing ap appearances
pearances appearances on their father's pro program.
gram. program. Heywood and his cast perform
both instrumental and vocal num numbers
bers numbers in the country and Western
style. They consider "rock 'n roll"
part of this category. In addition,
on each show, they perform one
sacred number, as well as vari various
ous various hit parade selections. Besides
doing their regular television pro program,
gram, program, the Heywood troupe often
plays at EM and NCO clubs in
the Canal Zone.

BEA Helicopters
Slated For Use
In Crop Dusting
LONDON, Aug. 29 (BIS) Brit British
ish British European Airways, one of
Europe's largest airlines, is to
use passenger helicopters for crop
spraying this year.
These helicopters are three
times the size of those normally
used for spraying, and new spray spraying
ing spraying gear is being fitted which has
non-drip plastic nozzles and a
plastic boom and tank which re resist
sist resist corrosion. Length of the boom
has been increased from 23 to 30
feet, thus increasing swathe width
from 70 to 100 feet and, it is hop hoped,
ed, hoped, spraying rate from the 1958
figure of 68 acres to 100 acres a
flying hour.
Helicopters used by a Scottish
whaling firm to spot Antarctic
whales (craft normally laid up
during the English summer) are
also being used this summer for
spraying on farms in Britain.

Anti-Aircraft Guns On Mindi Hill
To Bomb Sea In Training Exercise

0
Anti.airrrrft ciins In the vicini

ty of Mindi Hill will fire over the
Caribbean Sea during the com coming
ing coming week, using high explosive
shells during a regular training
exercise, headquarters, of the U.
S. Army Caribbean announced.
Weapons activity will be carri carried
ed carried on from 9 a.m. until noon on
Thursday. day and Saturday,
September S 5.
Person . -Iv to be boating or
flying in the area are warned
that the firing will extend a max maximum
imum maximum horizontal range of 11.5
miles from 360 degrees (due
north) to 270 degrees (due west)
from Mindi Hill. The maximum
altitude will be .60,500 feet.
In addition, there will be firing
In other areas in the week of Aug.
30 Sept. 4.
On Monday, th Puia Field fir firing
ing firing range will be in use between
a m. and 4 p.m. for famihari
ration fifing with light and heav?
machine guns. The maximum no
rizontal range will be 3500 yards
nd th maximum altitude 12,500
feet
Also on th Atlantic tide, firing
Is scheduled for the Port Davis
small arms range on Wednesday,
Sept. 2, between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The automatic pistol, .45 eahber,
will be fired, with a maximum
ltitud of 2000 feet and a hori hori-tontal
tontal hori-tontal range of 1650 yards.
On Thursday and Friday, Sept.
3-4, there will be night training at
the Fort Sherman known distance
range. Activity will be in pro
orsn hotuiMui 7 nil and 9-50 n m

Blank cartridges and parachute

Dares will be tired, me max maximum
imum maximum altitude will be 400 feet and
tie horizontal range 300 yards.

Firing will be conducted on a

24-hour-a-day basis in the Rio

Hato training area throughout the

entire week. Mortars, recoilless

rifles and the .30 caliber rifle arc
the weapons to be used Max Maximum
imum Maximum altitude is 13,500 feet and
the horizontal range is 8400 yards.

Plans Oiiicer
To Attend Stall
College In Norfolk
Maj. William H. Fleshman,
plans officer at USARCARIB's
G-3 Section, has been selected by
the Department of the Army to
attend the Armed Forces Staff
College in Norfolk, Va. He will
leave for the school some time in
January 1960.
The college, an institution un under
der under the jurisdiction of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, is designed to
educate selected officers in joint
and combined operations. The
five-month course includes study
of the organization and planning
of such operations.
Fleshman come to the Canal
Zone in 957 as G-3's special
weapons officer. This assignment
followed attendance at the Spe Special
cial Special Weapons Course at Fort Lea Leavenworth.
venworth. Leavenworth. Before that( he had
been honor graduate of the Nike
Unit Commanders Course, Fort
Bliss, Texas, and then command commander
er commander of the 85th Missile Battalion, in
Detroit Mich.

Cub Scout Pack It
Parents to Meet
Cub Scout Pack 18 of Coco Solo
and France Field will hold a Par Parent
ent Parent Get-together Meeting at 7 p.m.
Thursday, at the Surf Room,
Breakers Club. All parents of
boys between ages 7 years 9
months and 11 years old living in
Coco Solo and France Field may
attend.

SCOUT NEWS INSIE
Boy Scout, Explorer
Round Tables Announced
Dates for next month's Boy
Scout and Explorer Roundtables
the information centers of Scout Scoutingwere
ingwere Scoutingwere announced today by
Scout Commissioner Robert F.
Boyd.
The Pacific Side Roundtable will
be held next Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. at the Panama Canal Train Training
ing Training Center building in Balboa.
The Atlantic Side Roundtable
will be held Sept. 14, at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Center starting at
7:30 p.m.
The Explorer Leader Round Round-table
table Round-table meeting will be held in the
Training Center Building in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa between 7:30 p.m. and 8:00
p.m. Wednesday in the Apprentice
Room. As soon as this Round Round-table
table Round-table is completed it will be fol followed
lowed followed by an Explorer Cabinet
Meeting.

APPROVES PAYMENTS
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower today signed
-into law a bill authorizing the pay payment
ment payment of $5,387.98 to the govern government
ment government of Iceland in full settlement
of claims arising from accidental
damages while U. S. troops were
stationed there.

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Home After Brushing Off Newsmen's Questions

NEW YORK (UPD-Soviet offi officials
cials officials dropped the Iron Curtain
around four voune hrnthprc frnm

Chicago yesterday and whisked

mem on oy piane tor Russia, a
land they have never seen.
Port Authority policemen broke
up an angry, shoving melee be between
tween between newsmen and Russians who
had formed A DTOt PPt i VP pfirHnn

around Richard Kozmin. 12, and
his brothers, George, 11, Paul, 10,
and Peter, 3.

Peter burst into tears and the

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causing him to cry.'
The boys' departure was a vic victory
tory victory for the R 11 SSI 3 n oni;Ornmr.nt

in two years of legal and diplo-

;iidut maneuvering lo reunite the

iwjys wun .-weir parents George
and Nadeida K07

ed to the Soviet Union two years

.ju irom i-nicago,
But Boris Kolodyozhn. first sec secretary
retary secretary of the Snvipt rmi..u kj

eo words of gratitude for Ameri American
can American justice in permitting the bovs
go to Russia.
"American initio.

.em for five years," he snapped
I, ley were taken from their par parents
ents parents Wp ara olorl t ji: ,l

back to their parents
When the boys first got to the
airport, nrwsmon i

to ask Richard if he planned to
communicate with his friends and
lo'ter parents in Chicago.

His eyes glowed and he said:
"Oh, and how I will! I will write
to them as often as I can
Asked how he felt about leaving
the United States, he said, "I
don't know." He paused when
asked what he thought he and his
brothers .would miss most and
then replied: "I guess a lo: of
things."
At this point, Jetjana Arbekova,
a teacher and interpreter, tried to
cut off the interview. But a re reporter
porter reporter persisted and asked Rich Richard
ard Richard what he was taking to his
parents. He said he had an elec electric
tric electric shaver for his father.
"They are bringing them themselves."
selves." themselves." the teacher cut in.
That's the best gift for a par parent."
ent." parent." Fourteen other Russians then
surrounded the boys and shoved
the newsmen back. During the
shoving, the Russians shouted.
"Leave them alone; they've
been harassed enough."
A spokesman for Sabena Air Airlines
lines Airlines said 9 of the 14 Russians
were from the recently-closed So Soviet
viet Soviet exhibition in New York, and
the others were students.
Th boys were not wearing the

Chicago White Sox caps they had
on when they arrived here

Wednesday from Chicago on the
first leg of their iourncv. They

spent the night at the Russian
estate in Glen Cove, Long Island.

i The boys left on a Sabena plane
for Brussels, where they will
board a TU104 Soviet jet for Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. Their parents wound up in a
displaced persons camp in Ger-
j many after World War II. Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, George and Paul were born
there. The boys were brought to
Chicago by their parents in 1951.
Later, the Kozmins were hospi hospitalized
talized hospitalized for mental treatment, and
the boys were placed in a chil children's
dren's children's home and a foster home.
After being discharged Irom the
hospital in 1957. the Kozmins de decided
cided decided to return to Russia.
! A judge refused lo let them
itakc the children until assurances
'were received that the boys

would be taken care of adequat

ly in Kussia. federal Judg ino
mas A. Kluczynski ruled in Chi
cago last week that such assur
ances has been received and or

dereri them reunited with their
parents.
The boys were typical Ameri American
can American youngsters, fond of baseball
and toys.
But, when they stepped into the
plane bound for Russia, they be
came Rostislav, Gyorgi, Pavelis
and Petya. And. according to the
Soviet news agency Tass, they
far1 a new ambition: to become
foviet fighter pilots.

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PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WiLL EE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 2-0740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.

Son Of Panama's President
Claims Miss Alfaro As Bride

MLiBaai n? in i in mi n mi I

MRS. JOAQUIN

Of social prominence in Panama last evening was the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Analida Alfaro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio
J. Alfaro, to Mr. Joaquin de la (iuardia, son of the President of
Panama and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
Msgr. Luis Piinzolo, Apostolic Nuncio of Panama, officiated
at the ceremony in Santuario National de! ( orazon de Maria.
Traditional nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Ana Mercedes
Barrios de Estripeaut, Panamanian soprano.
The bride, given in marriage by I

her father chose her sister, .Miss
Aida Alfaro. as her maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Irma Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales Jacome. Miss Berta de la
Guardia and Miss Maria Pia Con Con-7.inni.
7.inni. Con-7.inni. Thev were escorted by
V.odolfo Antonio Estripeaut, best
nan to the bridegroom, Hector
Yaldez 111, Roberto Maduro and
Alfredo Suescum.
After the marriage ceremony,
the wedding pany and guests were
entertained at a bridal reception
' at the home of the bride's parents
Trie newlyweds
are honey
mooning in Miami.
AFTER EVERY
DIAPER CHANGE
Cse Mexana and
see how happily
your baby plays
. .free from
prickly heat
and irritable
diaper rash.
MEXANA
Mrdlralrd Ponder

DOLORES KOSAiN
announces the opening of her
SCHOOL OF SPANISH DANCING
October 5, 1959
THE TEEN CLUB, BALBOA, C Z.

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In The BELLA

I This Kt ckrinl Last Appearances
1 Of Cuba ringing star
, OLGA RIVERO
IQ;I5 and 1 1 :15 p.m.
Accompanied by CLARENCE MARTIN'S
J Orchestra
I Tomorrow INiglit
CllKinAY PVFMIKir. RIIFFFT

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COMINCi ATTRACTION SEPT. 1st
The SORIANO TWIN'S

In the South Patio
NK1HTLY EXCEPT MONDAYS
JUNGLE STEAK PIT
Music by CRISTOBAL MUF10Z

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Dance Honoring nawan
At Balboa 'Y' Tonight
Hawaii, and its entrance as the
50th of the United Slates, will be
honored at a dance this evening
lrom 8 to 11 at the Balboa YMCA.
A Waikiki Beach setting will be
effected, and hula dancers will
w.iipr wwr "orchestra will I
play lor dancing
A highlight ol the evening win
be the awarding of a free call
home to a servicemen. Reiiesh Reiiesh-nients
nients Reiiesh-nients will be served.
Sunday Activities
At Cristobal 'Y'
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served to members of the armed
forces tomorrow morning at 8:3n
al the Cristobal YMCA's Java
Hour.
The Sunday evening Hospitality
Hour is planned for 7 p.m. Infor Informal
mal Informal dancing will follow 'refresh 'refreshments,
ments, 'refreshments, which will be served by
volunteer helpers. The activity
serves as a get-nequainled period
for recent arrivals in the area.
Birthday Party, Danes
At Cristobal YMCA
The August birthday party and
1 dance will be held this evening at
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the Cristobal YMCA. All members
'of the armed forces and Girls'
'Service Organization whose birth
'days occur in August are invited
to participate in the cake cutting
ceremony at 9:30 p.m.
Coco Solo Tetnager
Club Dane Tonight
The first birthday of the Coco
Solo Teenage Club will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated this evening with a dance
from 7 to midnight Door prize-
d lid b. 'i lil 3 Will Uf n n O I UHI
during the evening's festivities.
Concert To Raise
Funds Tomorrow
At Sojourner's
A balanced program has been
arranged for presentation tnmor-l
row evening at 3:30 in the So
journers' Hall under the auspices
of the Girls' Friendly Society.
Youth Fellowship and Acolytes
Guild of St. Paul's Church.
Those contributing include Eus Eustace
tace Eustace Brown, Leroy Doltin. Roy
Edwards, the Modern Arts Glee
Club and Prof. Hitherto Cajar
who have won reputations for
iliein.sclves in the concert held
The object of the program is to
raise tends lor me cnurcii iiiiouii
supporting the candidacy of Miss
Patricia Knight in the flower con
test currently underway in the pa parish.
rish. parish. Bernstein Lowers
Boom n Dissiden
Russian Critic
MOSCOW (ITI) The New
York Philharmonic's uninhibited
young conductor, Leonard Bern Bernstein,
stein, Bernstein, lowered the boom on a dis dissident
sident dissident Soviet critic last night.
Bernstein described as "an tin
forgivable lie and in the worst
possible taste" a review of the
philharmonic's concert here Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night by Soviet Culture, the
official newspaper of the ministry
of culture.
In the article, the critic, A.
Medevedev, attacked one of the
modem selections played by the
American orchestra as "scandal "scandalous"
ous" "scandalous" and called "Bernstein
ocky" for interrupting the con-
cert to explain modern music to
the Soviet audience.
Bernstein aid he was "very
upset" by he attack and had
lodged a complaint about the re review
view review with Tikhon Krenikov. the
bead of the Union of Soviet Com Composers.
posers. Composers. Phillip Accused
On Unconcern
About Fashions
LONDON ( LTD A men's fash
ion magazine today accused the
Duke of Windsor of wearing "out "outdated
dated "outdated clothes'' and lumped him
with Elvis Presley and Liberace
as one of I ho worst dressed men
of prominence in the world.
Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmil-hin
hin Macmil-hin also made the list in the
magazine, man about town.
It said the Duke, who has been
listed for years as one of their
lie st-dressed men, has fallen be behind
hind behind in fashions.
'He's turned his back on
style,'' the magazine said. "Like
.o many peopl? past middle age,
he seems to dress in an outdated
style which reminds him of the
heyday of bis life but which is no
longer at all in vogue."
Camera Club Sets
Lecture Series
The Reliance Camera Club will
present a series of lectures start starting
ing starting Sept. 8 at decides Hall In Pa Panama
nama Panama City featuring Prof. Manuel
Rodriguez, who has been in charge
of the AGFA developing and pro processing
cessing processing laboratory for 21 years.
The lectures will deal with all
phases of photography and ins ins-Iruclions
Iruclions ins-Iruclions on the use and operation
of all makes of cameras.
The club also intends to hold an
election shortly to fill the vacan vacancy
cy vacancy left by its vice president Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Brown who recently left for
the United States.
All camera bugs are invited to
attend the lectures.
Moscow Radios
Play 'Oklahoma'
MOSCOW (CPI)-Corn. which
N.kita S. Khrushchev keeps plug plugging,
ging, plugging, was as high as an le le-phan's
phan's le-phan's eye in Moscow today.
Tlussians went about humming
tines from the Rodgers and
Hammerstein musical hit 'Okla 'Oklahoma!"
homa!" 'Oklahoma!" Moscow radio played a
Russian language version of the
show's tunes last night, and
kept it true to the original
For 30 minutes, the radio blared
out the overture, 'The Surrey
A"th the Fringe on Top", and
"Oh What a Beautiful Morning,"
ns well as other gongs from the
hi' production.
It was the lafest in a series of
American musicals presented on
the Soviet radio without regard to
international copyrights
Previously, Russians were treat treated
ed treated to "Mv Fair Lady" and "Weit
Side Story."

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Two Floors
Skyscraper

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ATLANTA (L'PI) -Large parts
of the first two floors of a 22 22-story
story 22-story skyscraper under construe construe-t
t construe-t on on Atlanta's famed Peachtrae
Street collapsed todav. A fore foreman
man foreman was crushed to death in the
cave in and at leas; 15 workmen
were injured
The m'p. at one of the
city's!
busiest liowntown intersections,
was '-rowded with morning rush rush-hour
hour rush-hour traffic when the tons of con con-t
t con-t rcte "a steel rumbled down
th" downtown urea.
The 15 workmen, many of them
half buried in the rubble of steel
-
girders and both wet and hard-
were rushed to a
hospital. A hurried roll call
shewed that foreman W. L. Craw Craw-n.ro
n.ro Craw-n.ro was missing.
Crawford's body was found two
hours later in the basement of the
'ew Georgia Power Co. office
bunding. Workers with acetylene
torches were unable to free his
body. A giant crane and an auto automobile
mobile automobile wrecker truck, pulling at
opposite ends of the wreckage.
lifted it enough for his body to be
extricated,
Witnesses said a
-
section of the

482 New Polio Cases Make
Last Week Worst Ot Year

WASHINGTON (CPl)-The gov-
eminent reported today that last
week was th? worst of the year
for polio with 484 new cases, in including
cluding including 284 paralytic attacks.
At the same time. Surgeon Gen General
eral General Leroy E. Bumey said new
weapons to fight polio were with
in r?ach. He said production of
"live" vaccines may start in one
of two years if remaining prob problems
lems problems are vigorously attacked.
The new cases hit a 19.r9 peak
last week despite the lack of re
ports from Montana, Nevada and
Utah.
There now have been 3,434 polio
cases reported to the U.S. Public
Health Service in 1959 Of these,
2,121 were diagnosed as paralytic.
Last year at the same time,
there had been 1,902 cases, 928 of
them crippling.
Burney emphasized that techni technical
cal technical problems of "safety effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness and manufacturing proced
tires" had to be solved before one
or more of the three 'live" oral
vacrines now under study could
go into production.
Meantime, Burney said, t h e
Salk vaccine is "a potent weapon
whose value and effectiveness
have been proved." and everyone
under 40 should take a complete
series of Salk snots.
The Pacific Coast reported the
sharpest jump in new polio cases
last week. New England had
small increases, and other states
reported about the same or fewer
cases than in the previous week.
The health service also noted
that Canada continued to have
more paralytic polio cases 93 in
the week ending Aug. 8 as com compared
pared compared to 45 for the previous seven
riavs.
The report also said 2.769.G27
Salk vaccine shots were released
last week. Vaccine manufacturers
said they shipped 2,663,048 shots
Roving Bandits
Kill 19 Peasants
In Colombia
BOGOTA. Colombia (UPI1
Roving bandits killed 19 peasants
in rugged western Colombia
Wednesday, military officials said
today.
The new slaughter brought to 37
the number of persons slain in the
mountainous region with a week.
The bandits are heavily armed
and wearing military uniforms.
The government has sent troop re reinforcements
inforcements reinforcements into the area to try
to track them down.

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A-FREUD IT'S TRUE Little fellow at left might well be
Dr. Frankenstein admiring hli creation In this piece of Freudian
art on exhibition outside Rome, Italy. But to reveal all, the
statue, celled "Conscious end Subcontcloiu," depicU man and
the momter who ileepi within

Of Atlanta
Collapse

second floor collapsed onto the
I first floor. The weight caused the
jconcrete-slad first floor to plunge
in'o the basement,
Some workers "rode down" un un-I
I un-I hurt wi:h the cascading rubble.
! James Wilburn Pritchett. 21,
I Carnesville. Ga.. was hosoitalized
with cuts and abrasions.
"I was walking down the scaf scaffold
fold scaffold w'-en the first thing I knew it
came in on us," he said. 'I was
able to dig myself out and started
helping the others out when the
s?cond slah came down
James Cannon, a liquor store
employe working across the
street, said he was watchine th?
workmen just as the collapse
came.
"I couldn't tell hardly what
happened," he said. "It was a
loud crash I could not feel it jar jarring,
ring, jarring, but it sounded like a freight
train a long train crossing
over a trestle."
Robert Holder, Jr.. project man manager
ager manager for the contracting firm of
Henry C. Bsck and Co. said the
.-o'tspse came when forms that
were holding the hardenng con-
cret gave vay.
to U.S. communities and 108.000
doses overseas. They had 3.339.R79
shots in their inventories, but
most of tl fin already were spo
ken for.
New shots released last week in included
cluded included 105. 5?5 do?s of quadruple
vaccine, used on children younger
than four.
Burney's report on the "live"
vaccines said health service of f i
cials are keeping track of mount
ing information on the three types
of American-developed vaccines.
The vaccines differ from the
Salk type, which uses a 'killed"
virus, in that they may he taken
by mouth, ratter than injection.
They have been tested in sev
eral countries, with the vaccine
developed by Dr. Albert Sabin of
the University of Cincinnati re receiving
ceiving receiving some highly favorable nre
liminary reports. The Sabin vac
cine has beet, used exprimen'a'lv
in eastern Europe, Mexico and
Singapore.
Quote Unquote
NEW YORK Boris kolod kolod-yozhn,
yozhn, kolod-yozhn, first secretary of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Embassy, criticizing Ameri
can courts as he put the four
young Kozmin brothers aboard ,i
plane for Russia to rejoin their
parents:
"American justice detained
them for five years. They were
taken from their parents. We are
glad to deliver them back to their
parents."
NEW YORK The Rev. C.
Kilmer Myers, conducting in New
York's richest and most famous
church the funeral for a 15-year-old
Negro girl killed because oC
a gang fight Sunday night:
"If you cared about her, then
let this be your memorial to her.
Let there be no more sudden
death in the streets of the lower
East Side."
LONDON Novelist A. J. fro fro-nin,
nin, fro-nin, complaining that after a 21!
year fight the Soviet government
would not even pay him in r iviar
the royalties for three million
copies of his books sold in th'
USSR:
"Meanwhile, I receive-from m
Russian readers an enormous ef effusive
fusive effusive fan mail and drequests for
autographs and photographs. This
is undoubtedly the unkindest cut
of all."

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writttn for NEA Service
NORTH 1
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WEST EAST (D)
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SOUTH
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No one vulnerable
East South West North
4 V 4 N.T. Pass 8
Pass B A Pass 6 A
Opening lead 8
Robert Barnes of Great Falls,
Mont., writes: "Playing in a no-holds-barred
match the other eve evening
ning evening with Ed Alexander against
our wives. Mrs. Barnes in East
opened with four hearts.
"1 overcalieu iwm a Blackwood
four no-trump, Ed showed one ace
and, after 1 bid five spades, raised
me to the slam.
"Mrs. Alexander opened the
eight of diamonds and I made
seven although I could only make
six without the diamond lead
What do you think of the bidding
and the lead?"
The bidding was effective and
the six spade contract exemplary.
As for Mrs. Alexander's inad, 1
like it. She was defending againsl
six; not seven and needed two
tricks to beat the hand Obviously,
those tricks were not goin? to
come from the heart suit. Her on only
ly only hope was in diamonds. The h'ad
did cost her a most unimportant
trick but sometimes those attack attacking
ing attacking leads pay off big.
Q The bidding has been:
West North Eut South
1 A Pass Pass 7
You, South, hold:
K32 A96 K94 Q 8 5 4
What do you do?
A Bid one no-trump. Your
partner la marked With some
stuff and you should let into
competition this way.
TODAY'S QUESTION
"West passes and your partner
raises you to two no-trump.
What do you do now?
Anawer Tomorrow
Little League
Boys 6, Girls 4
The boys outnumbered the
girls six to four at Gorgaa Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital last week according to the re regular
gular regular hospital report issued Au'.
24. During the week 177 patients
were admitted and 181 discharg discharged.
ed. discharged. Boys were born during the week
to the following parents: S-Sgt.
and Mrs. G C. Head, of Albrook;
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Malcolm, Jr.,
of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. T. Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
F. Rodriguez, of Nuevo Empera Empera-dor;
dor; Empera-dor; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Weeds,
of Panama and Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Mullins, of Gamboa.
Girls were burn to Sp.5 and
Mrs. D. L. Hale; Sp.4 and Mrs.
R. A. Pettis, of Balboa; Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Jennings, of Panama
and Mr. and Mrs. C. Braithwaite,
of Panama.
One-Cent Gasoline
Tax Increase Seems
Almost A Certainly
WASHINGTON (UPI) A one
cent gasoline tax increase ap
peared almost certain today to
come up for House floor debate
next week.
House Democratic leaders ap appeared
peared appeared to have cleared one of the
last remaining obstacles to floor
consideration of he revenue
measure, designed to ease the
highway construction crisis.
Democrats on the House Public
Works Commit e e Thursday
backed down a m e w h a t from
their previous determined opposi
tion to a 22-month penny a gallon
tax hike.
Unsuccessful in attempts at get getting
ting getting the tax-writing Ways and
Means Cmir.ittee to compromise
on a 12-month, one-cent boost, the
Public Works Democrats agreed
on a split voice vote to try Tues
day to approve the bill for floor
action.
If this deal should come un
stuck House D?mocratic leaders
were prepared to have the Ways
and Means Committee bring it tr
the floor, even though this would
be contrary to normal House pro procedure
cedure procedure on highway financing bills.
If finally approved by Congress,
the Ways and Means Committee
plans would increase the present
three cents a gallon federal gaso gasoline
line gasoline tax to four cents.
Although President Eisenhower
originally wanted to hike the tax
to 4'i cents, he has called the
pending proposal a "step in the
right direction" which would keep
the superhighway program mov moving
ing moving ahead on a somewhat reduced
basis.
According to present plans, the
measure would come up on the
House floor Wednesday or Thurs-daf.

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Rock Hudson is the hero of Ma Madison
dison Madison Avenue'g newesi uestwnu
game. He'a ucen turning uown a.i
Kinus ot television outrs ome
allegedly aa hign aa $l00,t)00-but
saiu yea to Gooaie ace mere
$30,000 or a oriel appearance on
i, iievlon show...vhus one mem member
ber member oi Uie ttockeleiler lamiiy is
auKtug nappy rage une new un
Lupia anouier prominent Kocky,
, ..i.arop, is enounanng irnuu.
t..s wiui his current wife, the
former jeanette Earjs.
..uureen o hara is nappy be-cu-iso
sne ana ner lavorue oeau,
a wealthy cnap, nave uem reu reunited
nited reunited in opain...fhe managuueuL
Oi me Laun Quarter or. Broaaway
may take ovtr uie snuUereu ou,
Mhier s caie as pan ot us ban banquet
quet banquet operation, r, gotiaaons re
fcuing un witn Columbia Universi University,
ty, University, whicn owns the property ...
yuecn Juliana of Holianu is ex ex-pvcieu
pvcieu ex-pvcieu to aouicale n and when
ner eldest uaugnler, beatnx, mar marries.
ries. marries. '1 .us move would be a great
relief to ner court, wmch has ue ue-come
come ue-come considerably alarmed over
die queen's intense interest in the
supernatural.
Julie London and William B.
WuUams appear to be the town
most in-love duo so what's Her
story when she returns to Bobby
Troup, or does shvV...lhe Bntisn
diplomats top-level are jockey jockey-iii,
iii, jockey-iii, m: a meeting that wouid
make the biggest news ol hie de decade:
cade: decade: the Big 4 plus Khrushchev
and Red Cniua's oigwigs. it's top
secret with the English, but tliey
are trying to work it out fast.
Buddy Brcgman's favorite new
date is anothei singer, Peggy King
while his ex-fiancee, Anna Maria
Albcrghetti, has been seeing di director
rector director Claudio Guzman.. .The big biggest
gest biggest mystery in show busines is
the story of the off Broadway
show that's been running for sev several
eral several months although it's never
played to more than 20 people a
night. The cast was just given a
150 per cent raise in salary and
everyone is happy, if baffled.
Suzy Parker hurried back to her
apartment after her "mystery
guest" appearance on "What's
My Line?" because she was wait waiting
ing waiting for a long distance call from
her husband in Algeria. He's over
there as St war correspondent....
Tin Pan Alley hipsters are do doing
ing doing flip-flops over Ella Fitzger Fitzgerald's
ald's Fitzgerald's swinging new upbeat version
of "You Make Me Feel So Young."
They feel the tune is due for a
heavy revival because it's the do dominant
minant dominant theme in Clark Gable's
latest flicker, "But Not for Me."
...One of the country's best actors,
who is seemingly ideal lor a new
Broadway show, can't even get a
reading for it because the pro producer
ducer producer and director of the vehicle
loathe his brother, one of their re recent
cent recent employes.
The ultra-liberal Duke of Bed Bedford
ford Bedford is the main reason why post post-debutante
debutante post-debutante Henrietta Tiarks hasn't
married the duke's heir, the Mar
quis of Tavistock. The duke feels
543 Rebels Killed
In Indonesia's
Mopping-Up Drive
MERIDIAN, Miss. (UPI) Ne
gro rock 'n' roll singer Charles
(Chuck) Berry was in jail on a
disorderly conduct charge yester yesterday
day yesterday for allegedly trying to date a
20-year-old white girl.
Berry, 28. was arrested Thurs
day night at a high school fra
ternitv dance held in an "officers
club" at the Municipal A i nor'
lipre, where the lliSrd Air Nation National
al National Guard Tactical Reconnaissance
Snuad is stationed.
Air National Guard officials dp dp-rllncd
rllncd dp-rllncd comment on th" arrect.
County Attorney Paul Bushy
mid Berry, of St. Louis md New
York, was taken into custody o"
the complaint n? the girl, whom
he did not identify.
Hp said thnt bond would not h h-set
set h-set for the singer until an invest'-1
gation was completed.
Berry. whnie recording include
"Miybellene" and "Mempb'v
Tenness-ee," was singing at tV
dance. He wa said to he on ?
solo tour of the sootheait. T1
dince was sponsored by Theta
Kappi Omr?a hlsh school fr-'
nitv just before the opening of the
school year.
Mori'- G'emotan
Mof-iono! Congress
GUATEMALA CITY (UPI)-A
bomb exploded near the National
Congress last night wliili
the Chamber of Dep mc. was
quizzing Interior Minister Carlos
Salazar about the "frequent bomb
explosions" in this Guatemal Guatemalan
an Guatemalan capital.
The chamber had asked Salazar
Gatica why the police, which are
under his ministry, were uriable to
control terrorists who hnd set off
18 blasts In the city within a
month.
Salazar Gatica opened his mouth
to speak and the 19th explosion
shattered the night air.
After the alarm In the chambei
subsided, the interior minister
said he just did not have enough
policemen to prevent the terror
tsm.
He said the bombs were aimc
at causing fear rather than dam
age. There have been no casua'
ties, although soma damin ha
been caused.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY

Dorothy Killgalkn

his son it too young to decide on
unde, altnough "Kenny" had
gone so far as to order a troua-
seau from Baimain. N
Barrie Chase, Mat alluring ybung
dancer, has been seeing her fav favorite
orite favorite fellow again although not in
public places, because prefers
i0 pretend she's not really there
...When you see the revival of
"Samson and Delilah," keep your
eye peeled lor an ac or billed aa
Rusty Tamblyn. That was the
monicker of the current teenage
idol, Russ Tamblyn, when he start start-eu
eu start-eu 10 years ago.
Bob Crosby and Jams Paige
are feuding in Texas. ..Most ot Lie
night club comedians are drop dropping
ping dropping "beatnik" jokes from their
routines because (he relerLiices
uraw only a mild response irom
New York and West Coast 'cafes,
and lay an absolute bomb every everywhere
where everywhere else. ..German film star Na Na-ja
ja Na-ja Tiller is knitting tiny garments.
She's the leading lady of the soon
due "Uosemary," which s?t off a
scandal involving top German in industrialists
dustrialists industrialists and politicians but
racked up record-breaking grosses
in Germany.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's chums esv

Harry Karl (ex-husband of Marie
McDonald) can't forget the Hun-
sanan siren, and keeps in touch
with her by telephone or telegram
wuerever she happens to be
TllP rpllirn nf m;i r, .
throat troubles lorced him to miss
several recent bookings, and his
agents zere reaching for the
.......w,r ii.nruies, out ne seems
to have rallied and is wailing at
Birdland... A hnsh.h,,ch .m.
of armaments recently arrived in
Last Germany from Russia cos;
almost $15,000,000... After th first
run grosses on "The Al Capone
Mory are officially tallied, Mrs
Mao for,- ...ill
opuiic wm 5UP Ior 25 pgf
cent of the profits. Her lawyer is
with the Chicago attorney who
won a similar victory in the l?gal
fieht nvor Iho flu;., -i ,l ?
,- mining ui me joe
Louis biography.
Humphrey Suggest
Ike Ask Khrushchev
For More Exchanges
WASHTMHTOM ttdi
, imi; oen.
Hubert H Humphrey (D-Minn )
Sen.
day to seek a "oroofi unnA
ened "Person tn-nrrsnn"
change program with Russia wl en
Soviet Premier. Nikita S. Khrush
i-urv visits nere next month.
Humnhrfv morlo n
in submitfirg to the Senate For For-fi;'n
fi;'n For-fi;'n Relations Committee a report
un mu- i ui i em propram.
Eisenhower has discussed hig higher
her higher U.S. -Russian nh..... ...:.u
,, .1 '-".'inur) Willi
Wlite House visitors. He has con
sidpfod inviting as many as 10.000
Russian s.'udctks a year to this
country-. nvny that the Com-
rcrccn and iidoctrinat? all of
of ihm.
FBI Directn J. Edgar Hoover
has o dorsed the idea and fold "M
-nhower i. weuldn't aggravate
security pr.olpms hecause there
are -Iready so many Russian
f,"'"1'!" country now that
th FBI watches only the most
'ensilivp spots.
Hiwpver. the President got less
'mpnrl for Ms idea from other
rov,-rnmon loaders.
The it-nort submitted by Hum Hum-"irnv
"irnv Hum-"irnv cid abn, 9n ppr -rpnt
th projecs called for in the ex-
27. m have been at least start started.
ed. started. Thy ino'uri'd exchange of
nersons in the fields of aRricul aRricul-ture,
ture, aRricul-ture, education, medicine, sports
in"1 the ?rts.
J.h,, Vnit(,1 Mes an(J So So-vie
vie So-vie Union already are working on
a pronos?d two-year extension of
'he original twoyear agreement
Humphrey said rP hoped
Khn,shchev would "flash a rrr-n
lishf from the Soviet standpoint
HOI nn V fnr cirtr,nl.
n nn but for a ?reaf broadening
"f its provisions" during the So-
- i V M f W n VI All,
In Porhfnol
To in,n Mi crnnd t
T.IsnON (UPl)-.Mrs Fulgencio
ist.i arrived here todav .0
in'n her hosband. the former die
rr of Cuba in exile on the
f orlugue.se Island of Madsira
She v-as aecompnnipd on the
Hi"hl from her Miami, Fla
home by two of her sons, Rober Rober-o.
o. Rober-o. 1. and Carlos Manuel, 8 and
Rafista's son by a former' mar
r'(. Jorce 17.
Mrs. Batista wa,, mp. at the
urpnrt by Ful"encio Batista Jr.,
'no'hr sippson. and was driven
ti Batista's sni'e at the Ritz Ho Hotel
tel Hotel 'nr a r'r-i after a seven seven-month
month seven-month separation.
Batista f' the Dominican
Republic aTter Fidel Castro over
'brew the Cuh,n government last
fan. 1 and Mrs. Batista flew to
FWids.
The family soon will sail for
Madeira Island to tak up resi residence
dence residence there. The Portuguese gov
rrnment grantsd Batista asylum
"to ease tie situation in the
Caribbean."
WINE FAIR OPENS
BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (UPI)
UPI) -The fifth International
Vine Fair opened in Ljubljana
odav with 350 aamtilni frnm 1
:piintries in competition



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Church of Christ
utLflOA: 0851. Balboa Road
Servicea Sunday 10 Ml us UM
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CiiSTUJAi.. American Legion Hall.
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UNITARIAN
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Sunday Services 10:30 a.m,
Bldg. 362
&jicon Blvd. and Mamey Place,
Ancon
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Liberal Religion.
baptist
COCOU BAFllil CHURCH
311 ttruja Koad
Drawer 3b baiuua, C.Z.
Phone i-UOb
tidmund b. bUllworU) Pastor
Sunday School
Jmorrung worship
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Evenin W orsnip
Prayer Mealing i Bible
Ktuov Each V ednekday .
9,4i a.m
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Kacu Month 7.00-pm
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riRST bAPTlH'l CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawn "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
William H Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School 8 30 a m
Morning Worship 10 45 m
Baptist Training Union .... 8:30 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 o m
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 pm
WHS Bible Study Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday In month)
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lao o m
HRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 3th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. Parker. Pastor
Sun da. School 45 am
Mornint Worship 11:00 a.m
Baptist Training Union.
6:30 p.m
7:45 o.m
7:0(Vm
7:00 pm
Evemnp worship
Brotherrn.od, Tuesday
Prayer Service, Wednesdays
W M U 1st 3rd Friday
G.A. R A Sunbeam,
Prtdav
8:30 n.m
Salvation Army
iMon-Druiomlnational rvnngeliallt
Meetings;
ANAMA CITY
Major Mrs. W. Bishop
16 February Sheet, phone: 28 20054
11:00 Holmes Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO. C.Z
Envoy & Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holiness Mevting
COLON CENTRAL
Br. Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
14th Sireet, Phone 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAlNBtftV CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. dill
3:00 Sum.i.y School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Ci.urcnti
BALBOA
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Office 2-3236
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service Church
Time Story Hour for Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery
6:00 p.m. Post High Fellowship.
6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Junior High
Fellowship.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. 3-1488
Sunday Services:
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a m. Morning Worship
jVhrer fni infants and small chll
dren.
S:(M) p.m. Junior Fellowship.
6:15 pm Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary c
tlvlties and official meetings as an
nounced from week to ween.
GAMBOA
Rev. WaiKir M. Alder'nn, Pastor
Of : 6-470 Res 6-130
9:30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and weeic-day sctl sctl-vltips
vltips sctl-vltips as announced
Christian Scientist
Christian Science Churchee
first Church ot Christ, Scientist, Ancon
560 Ancon Boulevsrd
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday
cnooi s ail am
Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
Reading Room 808 Balboa Road Cpan
daily except Sundays and holidays irom
i;3u to 11:30 s m. sno 1:30 to 5:00 p m.
Saturday: 9:30 to 11 30 a.m.
Evening Hours 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. except
Wednesdays and Saturdays.

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST. Cristobal
All church services will be held In
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple in CristoLel (next door to the
Margarita Florist) Entrance Is on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meet Meet-In!
In! Meet-In! 8:00 o'clock.
S.mday School is held at 9:30 a.m.
Reading Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 6:00 to 7:15
p.m.
You are cordially Invited to attend
the, services and to use the Reading I
Room.

ISTHMIAN

Churches at Nit maay fafthe la the Canal Zona, and rhe terminal cMiai
nawi data in writing by Wednesday neen at the latest o any changes
for tha caminf Saturday church page.
Miniittra. church secretaries and chaplains ara aiked to inform tha
of Panama and Colon. Republic ol Panama, attend a welcome at all
timet to men and women of tha armed services, and to civilian neigh neighbor!,
bor!, neighbor!, friandi and stranger.
At a public emca. The Panama American lists below, by denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, notices ot hours ot worship and other regular activities.
Listings ara rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
ne or two congregatiens ara listed under "Other Churches Services
A special listing is included for services at Army posti. Air forte bates
nd Naval stations. N

Catholic
ST MARYS CHUHLH- Balboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 00. 10 00 anc
I 00 a. id
Holy Day Maaaee: iii. I:KL 11:45 em
nu S OU p m
Confession Saturday. 8:80 to :Ut
md 7:00 I 1.00 pm Thursday, before
first rrlday. 7:0u to 8:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:09 p.m
n Monaaya
Catechism claas alter the 8:00 map
n Sunday
High School Studv Club 4:S0 p.m o
Wednesday
SACRED HEART Ancon
Sunday Masses. 6:55. 7:80 & 9:30 a m
Holy Day masses: I:U e m and 1:01
i m
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to & 00 anc
i 15 t" B OO p m. Thursday before rirs
Friday 1:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 pa or
rrldavs
Catechism Claeai 1:16 U 4:41 pa or
rhumday.
OUR LADY U S AT IMA turunda
Sundav Mass nt 1:00 a.m
Holy Day Md at 830 p.m.
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 Dm on Sal
.ii day
Catecr.uro Close: Saturday 1:30 to it
a.m.
ST JOSPlf-Paralso
Sunday Vun.es a V .00 and 8:11 a.m
Holy D...'. Maw al 6:00 pm
Weekday Masses 00 a.m.
Confession Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 am
i 30 !o 7 .30.
Catechism Class Sunday 1:00 to 4:1M
o m
Miraculous Medal Novenai 1:00 p.m
n Friday
Convert Instruction Thursday J:ui
D m.
ST. VINCENTS Panama City
Sunday Masses 6:00 and 8:30 a
Holy
(It It
Day Masse 8 :30 and 5:00 D m
(It It fall on Saturday the Masses ar
uu and 8:30 a m i
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 am
00 to 8:00 p m Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
lions of the Cross: Friday 7:10 pm
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mas oi
Sunday
1'hursdav
Convert Clas. 6 JO p.m. Tuesday anc
ST. THF.KfcSA'S CoeoB
Sunday Mass 8.30 am.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 a.m lit It tall
in Saturday -8:30 am.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 6:00 pm m
Monday
Confession: 8:00 to 8:30 a m Sunday
T JOrLN BAPT1S1 Dt. I.A SAIXt
Parque l.elevre
Sunday Masse ft.3u and 8:30 a.m
Week Day Mass 6.30 Mori, Thurs
(ri and Sal First Friday mas 6.U0 a m
Holy Day Masse 6:00 a.m to 6:0i
p.m.
Confessions. 4:30 to 4:30 and 1:0V I.
i.uu p ri, on Saturday
Miraculous Medal iioven fr'rtday i (i
0 m
Catechism Class. 3.30 u m on hunda
S I IHhKtSt S La nc
Convert Class Monday 7:30 p.m
Sunday Mass. 1.00 s m
Holy Day Mass. 5.30 pm
Cunfesstons Saturday 6.30 to 1:30 pm
l'huisday before First Friday 6:30 p m
Catechism Class 3.15 p m on Sundcy
Sacred Heart Novena 7.00 pm oi
Friday
Convert Class 30 Dm on Thursday
ATLANTIC HlDfc
HI JOSKPH'Sl olon
Sunday Musses. 5 .45. 8 00 and 8 .15 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 6 45 and 8:00 em
l;J p.m
Confessions. Saturday 4 uo lo 6:00 am
.uu lo 8 :00 p m
Miraculous Medal Nover.a. Wednesday
l.i and 7 00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. trlUay 1.15 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pt
Convert Class 7.15 p.m on Monday
ind Thursdays
Catechism Class Sunuay 10:16 a m u
11:46 am 3.00 p.m lo 4:00 pm
first Friday Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 6:3d
4.m Saturday morning
first Saturday Devotion to our Lady
if Fetima-The Holy Rosary-5:00 am
Flrt Communion Instruction for chil
dren Monday and Thursday 6:00 tr
' 00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MESALr-Crlstdbal
Sunday Masse: 7:00, 8:00 and 10 30 s m
Holy Day Masse: 6:00 00 a m and
i.l5 p.m
Confessions. Saturday 4:00 lo 5:00 ana
. :00 lo 8:00 pm Artei Rosary each eve-
ling.
Miraculous Medal Novene: 3:16 ano
00 p m or. Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass on
Sunday
First Friday Exposition all day durlnr.
me ocnool year.
First Saturday: Mas at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
sunaay Masses: 7:30. 9:30. 11:3U a in
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 am
Weekday Masses 8:00 a.m.
Sa.urday 7:00 p.m. to .:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy ay Masses' 7:30 a m 5:15 p m
Confession ;, 45 p m to 4:45 p.m
every Monday
parlsh Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 p.m
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group 1:30 p.m.
every Friday
1st. Friday Devotions ... 7:00 pm
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 7:00 p m.
8T VINCbNTS Kalnbnw City
Sunday Masse?.:: 6:30 am. and 8:0(1
am.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 e.m. and 6:01
D m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 8:00 end 7 JO tc
S 00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m on Sundty
Convert Class every Monday et 7:0C
o m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 :00 o.ro
ir. Tuesday.
Saereu Heart Norena: 7:00 pm on
Friday
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -Galon
Xundav Mas 8:15 a m
Holy Day Mas: 3:00 p.m
Confession: 6:30 to 7:00 pm on Sat.
irday.
0techlm Cla 4:00 0 m on Monday
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Oamboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 end 8:30 am
Holy Day Manses: 6:00 a.m. and 5:0:
p m
Confeaalona Saturdav at 7:00 n m mi
after all evening devotion
napiiama rjy appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
un Tuesday
Sacred Heart Novena
1 :00 p.m or
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 pm on Sunday
Religious Instruction n.. far rhn
dren. 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
HellltOUS IlUtrtlctlnn tnr ariiiM iChn
ducted In Spanish): IKK) om on Vinn
y
Convert Instruction by appointment

CHURCH NOTICES

Episcopal
The Rt Re? R Hebet Uooden. I.T O
The Very Rev rviainert i Peterson.
STB Dean
ACI'f c.4
THE CATHEDRAL Of ST LUKI
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 ajn Holy Communion.
9:16 a.m Church School (Holy Cum
munlon 3rd Sundav 1
9:30 e m SanU Communion 3rd Sun
day
LMuela Uumintcai t.l in
11 00 am Morning Prayer and Set
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday
7:00 p.m Evening Service.
WMUNtSUAtS
j. 30 an. Holy Communion.
':OOpm tvenmt Prayer
rtOLV DAYS
o:0v axr. Hoiy Communion.
30 a in Holy Communion.
DAILY
.16 a m Morning Preyes
? 00 Mi. day Missionary Prayers
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Mr. David W Plumer, assistant
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Family Morning Prayer. Church School
(family Eucharist Second
Sunday) 9:15 am
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion First
Sunday I 11:00 a m
Evening Prayer ly Layreaders 7:30 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 9:30 a.m
Evensong, choir practice 7 :30 p.m
Chapel of St. Clare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Third Sunday
(Holy Communion as announced)
COBOZaL
Chapel ol The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayea,
Priest In Charge
r'RIDAYS
8:00 a m Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month)
OAMBOA
St. Simon's Chuiih
The Rev John Speai Priest In Chaig
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
UNliAYS
mon 1:00 1 m
Church School 3:00 pm
Episcopal Vounj Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensong end Sermon .... 7:00 p.m
HONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
.rid FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 9:00 sin
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
viiDNESDAYS Si THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7 .00 a m
Morning Prayer 8:00 e m
Evening Prayer 7:00 pm
1 UKDAYS
family Eucharist 8:30 am
9Uc. o pompltne t. 9:00 p.m
LA BOCA
SL Peter s thurck
Hie Rev. John Spear. Priest in Chars
Murning Prayer and Church
School 9:00 e.m
mon 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Clas.- ... 9 30 m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Hnly Baptism 12:00 nooi
Evensong and Address .... i :30 p m
.ird MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
iHURSUAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 a n
CALO StCO
Chapel ol the Holy Comtorter
Ven C B Shirley Prlesl In charge
. I1UKSDAYS
8.30 am llolv Communion
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazus blvd
The Rev. F.dyvin C. Webster
SUND YS
1 :30 a.m Holy Communion
9:30 a m Church Schoul Service
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer (II -i
Communion first Sunday c.
Die month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
r AK AISO
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales
Priesi in Charge
The Rev. Davio A Osborne.
Vicar Emeritus
sliNlia r f f-o
o f-o 00 ..i Choral Eucharist & Sernio
9:30 a.m Infant Baptism.
'1. Church School
;:00 u ni Youth Fellowship
'i 1 m fvei.ong and Address
ind and 4th WEDNESDAYS
t .30 p 10 Woman s Auxiliary and Ai
lsc Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St Paul' Chuich
the Vcn Lemuel B. Shiriey, Rector
iuNLA'':
6.00 e.m. Hoiy Comm.mlon
9 00 it rji Sung Eucharist di Sermon
0:46 aiii Mornln Prayer end Churcr
School
iOO i(i Holy Baptism
' 00 t,.m Solemn vesper
iheic It Building 131 j
1 UESUAYS
8:30 a 111 Holy communiori
7 :30 p m. Evening Prayer end Sermon
AEDNESDAYS
:0o i o. Hoiy Communion
:WJ u ii. Evening Preyer
iHUKhAYs AND FRIDAYS
8:30 ( m Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
8 00 a m Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-8EA
V Colon. R.P
(Obposlte Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J Pelcr Farmer. Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Hoi) Communion
7 :30 p.m. Solemn Evensong as Sermon
bmo a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 e.m. Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
5:4(1 e.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 e.m. Holy Communion
6:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer It Address
FRIDAY
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
( 00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY
3:40 e.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Office of Compline.
RIO ABAJO
SL Christopher's Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev Clerence W Hayea,
Priest tn Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragwalL
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 e.m Holy Communion.
7 30 a m Sung Eucharist and 8V rmon
10:30 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
o.au pm. Evensong ami sermon.

MONDAYS
7 JO p.m in and ard. Woman s Auxi
Uary.
TUESDAYS
6:30pm Junior Daughters ol the
King
1:30 p m Youth FeliowahlB.
VKDNESDAYS
8:00 em Holy Communion
' 00 om Evening Prayer and Rcllgiou'
Inatructlona.
THURSDAYS
6:00 pm Gills Friendly Society.
8:00 j.m 1st snd 3rd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS

9:30 em Junior Confirmation Clas
Other Churches
CHURCH OK THk NAZARENE
44s Frangipani St Ancon C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelson. Paslur
Box 297 Balboa. C.Z Tel 2 2602
ounaay school 9 .45 a m
Worship Service 10 45 a in
Youth Service 6:45 pm
t-vangeusuc service 7:30 pjn
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7:30 p.m
METHODIST
9 e.m Panama Wesley.
10:30 a m Sunday School.
Sunday
p.m
Sein
and sermon
Sunday 1 am Parsiso
10 a.m Paraiso Sunday School
7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct. 19th 9 e m Rev Victor
John Wstaon B.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A
Lovell.
Monday. Oct. 20th 6:30 pm Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, Oct 21st 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 p m Choir Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mt. Hope, Canal Zone
(across from Ml Hope R.R. Ststion)
Rev. James H. Jones, Pastor
Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
Phone 3-2470
Sunday School 9:45 a m
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:30 p.m
Prayer snd Praise Service 7:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P 23ra street East
Kev N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship 9:30 s m
.'Ml St l I eeirsew Aepung
ui o 00: t lootpg tepung
Rio Abajo. RP.
Sunday School 3:00 pm
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Thumdsys at J. 30 p.m ano
mi davr at 4.0C pm Win Memorial
i"ti Rsliv.r Road Balboa
Kingdom Hall Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4:00 p.m.
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs Thursdays.
days. Thursdays. 7:00 p.m.
Service Meeting Thursdsys. 8:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DA SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a m
Sunday School. Sunday 10 00 a m
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 om
Relief Society, Tuesdav 9 00 a.m.
MIA. Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Primary. Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
tulldlng 200. Schonlhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School, Sunday 9:30 a m
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 am
('I)RIJNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldlg. Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-6105
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
1 A class for every age)
Morning' Worship li no a m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m
Eevening Worshln 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise Wed ) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
OLI, tAI'HOl.ll CHL'KCH
t Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No
Holy Eucharist Sundav a' rM en
I'up'.rtnvs Wednesdays and Vhursdn
a m
rsmeni 01 Unction (Healing bei
Flrt Sundav ci each month a
..' o.m
Mount Hallbet Chrtstlar Choree
Panama R P
Hi Hey T tnt' U D Blshot
officiating
Morning devotion 6:00 im
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Sundav School 3:00 p m
CHRIST A DELPHI AN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena, Colon
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10.00 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Bible Lecture, 7:30 p.m
MONDAY
Adult Bible Class 7:30 p.m
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Jrbanliac)6n 1 Carmen. Panama Clti
Ir.lormai Talk and Discussion
Thursdays 8 00 pm
Colon, 8th & Ftont Street
(upstairs American Bataar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 1 JO o.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalsbs St., Paraiso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Steusrl, Psstor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service
3:00 p m. Sundey School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
F ellowshlp.
Thursday: 1:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
clety.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
& Bolivar Ave., Crlstdbal, C.Z.
13th
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Clsssee 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship and
Communion 11:00 a.m
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m
WEDNESDAY
Herald of Truth
"OK .. 8:45 9:15 a.m.
Mid-week Bible Study .. 7:30 p.m
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers 8 4S 9:18
HOK. Coldn. R.P.
You will receive a warm welcome at
eacn oi our services.
CHURCH Or GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdqtrs.:
Cleveland, Tennessee
CHURCH OF GOD Balhoa, C.Z.
Wlrz Memoria Bldg.
806 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamtos 428
Sundsy Service 11:00 e.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m
Evangellstle 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD Paraiso. C.Z.
No. i Paraiso Rosd
Information: Phone Parsiso 633
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 8 30 p.m.
Evangelistic ,. 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Rio Ahajo, Pma.
15th Street, Parque Lefevre
Sunday Service 1100 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH Or COO Chorrlllo, Pmt.
No. 4-144, 27th Street
Sunday School and
Mornint Service in -an a. m
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH Or GOD Gafunclllo. Pma.
Translsthmlan Highway, Gatuncillo
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH Or GOD Santa Rita, Pm4.
Translsthmlan Highway, Santa Rita
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11 noon
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.
CHURCR or GOD Callv. ranama
Translsthmlan Highway, Cstlva
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 e.m
Evangelistic T:00 p.m.

CHOL'RCH OP GOD Coldn. Panama
SuVechoor:ndM,Und" Ave-
Morning Service
in 00 a.m
7.00 p.m
evangelistic
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, c Z
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1008. Diablo Height:- C Z
Phones: Home Balboa 3237
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10 00 a m
Worship Service 11 00 a m
Youth Service 6 00 pm
Friday: Bible Study 7 00 pm
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road al Wight street
Rev. Arthur W. Meyer, Psstor
P.O. Box 666. Balboa. C Z
9.00 a.m. Sunday School and Bible
Class
10:15 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, first s.mria,
of the month
Atlantic Side
COCO SOLO CHAPEL
Mr. Hilbert W. Riemer, Vicar
10:15 a m Sunday School end Bible
Class
11 :00 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, last Sunday
of the month.
Jewish
jewlsn Welfare board Hid 92-X U
o.ica &oau Balboa. C.Z Rtbbl Nathar
1tk.l1, Director.
Service Friday, 1:30 p.m Saturoat
1 .31 Cm
iSee eso listings ot Jewish service
under Posts. Bases and Stat.onsi
Congregation Kol Sheanth israei Avi
nlda Cubs and 36th Street. Beila Vista
Pnams City Service 8 00 p m
Posits and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday School 9.00
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-time Nursery School.. 10 IK)
Fellowship Hour 11 DO
FORT KOBBE
Fellowship Hour
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses.. 8 00
Confessions Saturday
14:0.
. . 8 :00
9 15 & 1 1 4
6 00 7 :30
U.S. NAVAL STATION.
RODMAN
9:30
Sunday School
Morning Worship .
(Holy Communion First
.. 11:00
Sun-
day of Month I
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126)
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship Sunday
LBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School .
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship ..
Adult Bible Class Monday
Young People's Instruction-
Tuesday
9 Oil
10 15
7:0P
9:30
9.30
6 30
7 :30
6 30
16. h ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship . 9 :0C
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month )
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mas?
6 :r.
8 :0rl
Saturday Mars
Sunday Masses
8 :30 ti II :00
Novenn Servi.ies Thursday
7 :00
Confessions -Saturday .. 6:20 -FORT
KOBBE
Dally Mass .. ....
Sunday Masses 8:00, 9:15 &
Confessions Saturday 8:00 A
Catechism Class Wednesday
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundav Mass
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Mass
Confessions-Saturday. 6:00
7 :30
6:15
1 .4:.
7:3"
4.00
9:311
4tr.
7 00
a 30
7 30
C'OHOZAL
Sunday Mass
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
10-30
3 4:
7-n.
Sundav Masses 7:45 A 1' 1
Sundav Mass I Spanish I 7 n(1
Nnvrna Servers- Tuesday 4 1
Confessions Saturday. . 7:00 8 00
Jew Ish
Fort Kohbe
Saturdav 2 on
USO-JWB. Ralhoa -Friday 7:3"
Alhrook Air Force Saturday 4 00
USO-JWB. Balboa Saturday 5:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Prnteslant
FORT GUl.H'K
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship n
Coffee Call 1'
Church Nursery 10 Jti
Catholic
FORT GULICK
Dally Mass :
Saturday Mass .Ill
Sundav Masses .. 8:30, 9:30 & 5:00
Confessions -Saturday 12 00
6:30 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churches
as follows:
SATUKDAY:
Sabbath School :ju a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
ru rnurcnAV
Bible Study and Prayer Servicr
7:30 p.m
p.rtflr Ride Panam
Pastor r R. Archbold Tel. -3-3890
Csbo Verde, Ave. j r. oe vj.v
C-Unrrllln 25th. NO. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Absjo 11th St. No. 27
(.umbos and Trljoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
P.inr A A Grlrzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side f'""8
y Pastor uaniei monwni
Pansma. Calle Darlen No. S.
Pedregal & Nuevo Gverare.
Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Crlstobsl English 18th It Bolivar
Ave.
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel 3-2103
Cristobal Spsnish 16th 4 Bolivar
Ave.
Central Office
0844 Gavllsn Road, Balboa Tel
2-1889 It 2-3531.
THE CHURCHES Or GOD
General Offices Anderson, Indiana
Rev. Wm. Livingston Supervisor
The Church of God
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd I Rio Absln
Rev. W. J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School . 9 30 a m.
Morning Worship 10:30 am.
Sunday Night Service . 7:30 p m.
The Chuch of God
7038 Eighth Street
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Psstnr
Morning Worship 10 30 a m.
Sunday School 8:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:15 p.m.
The Church of God
New Providence
Mrs. M. lllnes. Pastor
Sunday School 10 00 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 pm
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
rirsl Church of God
Cor. Jamaica it Trlnldsd Sts.
Rainbow City, C.Z.
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
Rev. O. W. Grandlann, Asso. Pastor
Sunday School 9 :30 a m
Morning Worship 10 30 a m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30pm

House, Senate Still Fail

To Agree On
I WASHINGTON (LPI A nin?
d?y House-Senate effort to reach
lareement on a labor reform bill
I i-unapsej to(iy. neimi), ... n
icided to s?ek an early S"na

showdown on the three issues that lions Board will not accept them
produced the deadlock Senate Democrats had accepted
The negotiations, which a p 1 1 lie basic House position but in in-peared
peared in-peared on the brink of succrss I sisted on provisions they said
only two days ago, foundered on I were necessary to protect lagiti lagiti-thi
thi lagiti-thi three mos' explosive features I mate union activities
of the administration-backed bill

passed by the Hous?.
The 14-member House Senate
conference committee had been
aolp to compromise their nth'
major conflicts but bogged down
over the issues of organizational
picketing, secondary boycotts and
federal-s'.ate jurisdiction in labor
'iinutes.
Senate Republican leader Evr Evr-M.
M. Evr-M. Dirksen (111.) said he
would ask the Senate to instruct
its conferees to accept the House
provisions, which would provide
much tighter controls than the
original Senate bill.
S?n. Jobn F. Kennedy (D
Mass.), chairman of the Senate
negotiators, said he would counter
with a resolution calling for a
Mand-fast policy.
Dirksen said his resolution
would be brought up Monday,
with a vo'e likely on Tuesday.
The -onfere?s planned to meet
;ia;n Monday, hut Kennedy said
any progress would he virtually
impossible with thp GOP reolu
ion hanging over the heads of the
neco'iators.
If the Senate adopted tre Dirk Dirk-stn
stn Dirk-stn resolution, it would hind its
conferees to acrent the Hmtcp pro
visions and end further hVlfprinr;
mutt them Adoption of Kennp
rVs resolution wou'd mPan mnrp
nrmvtiations.
The first seven days of the con
fprncp committee's work resulted
.n aercmcnt on six sections of
'be hill. Rut nrogress abruptly
nr.ed when the law makers
humped into the three most con
rovcrsi.tl icsups. j
Ar approved hy the Housp, the 1
chanrrs would impose tntifl er
cnnlrols on picketing desiened to
'orce an employer to recognize a
'union and on boycotts carried on
against parties not directly in involved
volved involved in a labor dispute.
- CHURCHE5
ST. PAUL'S
,'ammi Lily
Communion Ufuce No. 2 will be
,..cu .oi' iae clioi'al Eucnai'ii,i a
or. I'atn s Ciiui'cii tumoiTow morn morn-.ng,
.ng, morn-.ng, wiiile tne tliuir will reiuiei
at ihe service ol evensong Uie au au-.iiciii
.iiciii au-.iiciii "A Migiuy roi'U'e!s Is Oui
dud" lor the ouertory.
Ven. L,emuel L. Shirley, redo
of I lie pai'i.sii, will be olficiant and
preacher at both services, .sc.
uled to ueg.n at y a.m. and 7 p.m.
respectively.
Ubsri'vaiKt of the MUi Sunday
after Trimly will begin wUli a
celebration at ti a.m., to be said
uy the priest. Listed in addilioi.
are Matins at 8:30 and morning
prayer at 10:45, opening the
Church Schooi session.
A special meeting will be he'
by the Woman's Auxiliary, Croup
No. 1, next Wednesday eveni"
at 7:3(1, and all members are in invited
vited invited to attend. Group No. 2
meet Thursday evening at 7:3(1.
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The jurisdictional provision
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15
Giants, White Sox Using Same Pennant Formula

PAG I SIX

Both Trample Contenders
If! They Climb Too High

By MILTON RICH MAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (I PI) The Giants and
White Sox have hit on a common pennant formula
in which they tease their competitors and tempt 'em
a bit, then trample 'em when they climb too close.

Thafi exactly hnw the two
league leaders handled matter?
la si night
With Willie Mays leading the
way, th Giants crushed the sec
ond-place Dodgers, 5 0. and widen
ed their National League lead to
thre games befort 66.068 fans at
Los Angeles
Sherm Lollar did the honors for
the White Sox lammir.? a three three-run
run three-run homer tha' beat thp second
place Indians. 7-3. mapped their
eight-game winning streak and
fattened Chicago's American
League margin to 2 1-2 games he
fore 70.398 a' Cleveland largest
crowd to witness r. regular major
league gam this year.
Mayi Had jingle, double and
tfiroo-run Homer, all of which
helped Sad Sam Jones to his
77tfi victory. Jones struck out
11 and gave up eight hits. Don
Drysdale, who complained re-
Fullmer Stops
Basilio In 14th
For 160 Title
By HAL WOOD
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 29 (1TI)
Gene Fullmer, the new world
middleweight champion, is ready
to fight "anybody'' for money or
marbles and he includes Sugar
Ray Robinson, but in that case
Fullmer wants all the marbles.
"I'll meet anybody where there
It a chance for a good gate,"
aid Fullmer after last night's
14th round knockout of Carmen
Basilio. "Even Robinson."
But if Robinson, who nnMs the
title in New York and Massachu Massachusetts,
setts, Massachusetts, ever expects to get a shot at
Gene's newly-won NBA crown, it
will be mostly for free
"I think I should get 48 pr cent
for the states I'm champion in
and Ray about two per cent for his
two states," said Fullmer.
When Gene first won the middle middleweight
weight middleweight crown from Robinson, he
got only 1212 per cent of the purse.
Then ,when Fullmer was cham
pion and gave Suar Ray a return
bout, he still didn't get the cham-
J1UU a usual onaic. i
II we ever meei aain,. u win
be different," said Fullmer.
Fullmer was a dazzlor last night
s he followed a hack tricking
plan that completely befuddled the
32-year-old Basilio.
The bout ended when Carmen's
handlers yelled to referee Jack
Downey: '"Stop the fight!"
The call came after 39 seconds
of the 14th round and just after
Fullmer had thrown a straight
right that landed with the ex explosive
plosive explosive power of TNT on Basi Basi-lio't
lio't Basi-lio't chin. Carmen's knees sag sagged
ged sagged and he wobbled. That's when
the call to end it came.
It was the first time n his long
and illustrious career that the Sy
racuse battler ever had been slop
ped. "I didn't want them to stop
it," said Basilio "I could have
gone on. I was just fakinE trying
to get him to come In."
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"THE KEY"
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IPARAISO 7:00J
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"RELUCTANT
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PEYTON
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TODAY
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- Also:
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With John Derek
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cently about being second guess guess-'
' guess-' ed, never got past the second
inning. He yielded all of San
Francisco's runs.
I Lollar was tie whole show for
the Whitt Sox in the firs! game
!of their showdown .ser.i's" with
Iht still hopeful Indian-. His 20th
home, of 'he sej-on with two men
in the seventh inning broke a
: o'. He h.t it olf reliever Jin
' Mink a! i (Irani, who took over
jlot stancr .lack llarshman in th-
lilih.
!'. ,t, Sii:. ,v tl'.e 'surprise" of the
l tc Sox stall this year, turned
in a seven hit effort to win his
I4lh game against omv four set
ha. kv
The Yankees hlanked the Sen Senators.
ators. Senators. 4 (i. the Tigers topped the
A's. tl '), m in innings and the Red
iSnx Inked the Orioles, 6 4. in 10
l innings.
In the National League, the
Pirates rolled over the Phillies,
'10; the Cardinals nipped the Reds
.'! 2, and the Braves heat the Cubs
9 3.
i
Art Ditiar checked a four four-game
game four-game Yankee losing streak by
firing a two-hitter against the
Senators for his 10th victory,
j Ditmar broke a scoreless tie
I when he hit a home run off Ca-
milo Pascual In the fifth inning
j and then singled home two more
runs in the sixth.
I Eddie Yost's 17th homer in the
1 1 0th inning off reliever Tom Stur Stur-jd'vant
jd'vant Stur-jd'vant gave Detroit its victory ov ov-,er
,er ov-,er Kansas City Lou Berheret hit
a two-run homer for the Tigers
1 earlier in the contest. Erank La La-;
; La-; i v posled his 17th win even though
he bowed out in favor of Tom
Morgan in the 10th.

Dick Gernerl's two-run homer
in the 10th off Rilly Loos settled
mailers between the Red Sox and
Orioles. Gernert also had tied the
score al 4 4 when his sacrifice fly
drove in Gary Geiger in the
eighth. Rookie Nelson Chittum hur hurled
led hurled the las; three innings for Bos Bos-ton
ton Bos-ton and was credited with his first
victory of the season.
Vern Law of the Pirates had
himself quite a night at the ex expense
pense expense of the Phillies The Pirale
right-hander pitched a five-hitter,
struck out seven and singld home
two runs en route to his 15th vic victory.
tory. victory. Roberto Clemente, Rocky Nel Nelson
son Nelson and Smoky Burgess all hom homered
ered homered for Pittsburgh. Burgess hit hitting
ting hitting his off Bob Rowman, normal normally
ly normally an outfielder, who tried his
hand at pitching for the first
t.me.
Joe Cunningham's two-out dou double
ble double in the ninth drove in the two
runs that paced the Cards to
their come-from-behind victory
over the Reds. Rookie Marshall
Bridges, who relieved starter
Ernie Broglio in the eighth pick picked
ed picked up his fifth victory.
Don Newcombe went the route
for Cincinnati and suffered his
seventh loss against 12 wins.
The Braves, still entertaining
notions that they can overtake the
Giants, crushed the Cubs with the
aid of homers by Hank Aaron. Joe
Aacock and Del Crandall. Lew
Runlette held the Cubs to eight
hits for his 18th victory against
1.. defeats. One of the hi I s he
yielded was a two-run homer by
rookie George All man. Boh An An-(ierson
(ierson An-(ierson was charged with his ninth
loss compared with 11 victories.
THEATERS TODAY
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"Bell, Book and Candle''
Sun. Same Came Running!
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"AROUND THE WORLD
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GATUN 7:0(1
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"ESCORT
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Cru 7:00
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CAPITOLIO
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Also -APACHE
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with Rory Calhoun

VICTORIA
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Vanishing Men
Chapters 7 St
SI'IN A DARK
WIT
DUEL ON THE
MISSISSIPPI

LEADING
PITCHERS

(lised on 325 official at bats)
National League
G AB
Aaron. Mil. 126 514
I'un., St Louis 121 389
R H Pet.
97 183 .356
55 135
112 179
80 164
90 159
70 153
93 151
69 145
52 101
91 148
347
331
320
319
319
319
308
307
306
Pinson. On
Cepeda, S V.
Temple. Cm.
Boer. St. L.
Robinson. On.
White. St. L.
Clemente. Pitt.
Mathews. Mil.
129 541
127 512
124 498
127 480
127 474
125 471
81 329
120 484
American League
Kuenn. Det.
Kaline, Det.
Wood Bal.
Runnels. Bos
Fox. Chicago
Power. Cle.
Tuttle. K C.
Mmoso. Cle.
Cerv. K C.
Lopez. NY.
113 451 80
110 421 73
117 371 56
122 467 76
128 521 71
123 500 92
119 441 71
124 472 77
98 356 48
122 454 66
159 353
138 .328
119 .321
149 .319
164 .315
152 .304
134 .304
141 .299
104 .292
130 .286
Runs Batted In
National League
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Bell. Reds
Aaron. Braves
Mathews. Braves
Cepeda, Giants
118
114
100
99
87
87
American League
Killebrew, Senators 95
Jensen, Red Sox 90
Malzone, Red Sox 82
Maxwell. Tigers 81
Home Runs
National League
Banks, Cubs
Mathews, Braveh
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
37
34
34
32
25
American League

Colavito, Indians 38
Killebrew, Senators 37
Allison, Senators 28
Maxwell, Tigers 27
Lemon, Senators 26

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 14 or more decisions)
National League
National League
Face, Pirates
W L Pet.
16 0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants
Law, Pirates
Newcombe, Reds
Conley, Phillies
Podres, Dodgers
18 7
15 7
12 7
12 7
12 7
.720
.682
.632
.632
.632
American League
Shaw, While Sox
McLish, Indians
14 4 .778
16 6 .727
13 6 .682
17 8 .680
12 6 .667
iPappas. Orioles
Lary, Tigers
Maas, Yankees
Former Canal Zone
Little Leaguer
Stars In Florida
Don Sebastian, who played for
Ihe Police team in the Pacific Lit
tle League, is now a big star in
Ihe Frostfroof Florida Li t t 1 e
League.
Sebaslian, whose family lefl the
Canal Zone before he completed
his Little League career, had a re
markable record for a team that
reached the playoffs in the Flori Florida
da Florida State tournament.
Sebastian, opened the season by
pitching a no-hit, no run game for
the Frostproof Lillle League team.
Before the season ended he had
another no hit gem. In fact dur during
ing during the season Don's offerings
were tapped for only six hits. Al Also
so Also he pounded the horsehide for a
.785 average and smacked nine
homeruns.
Important The place for the
meeting of the Pacific Little
League to be held Monday, Au August
gust August 31, at 7:30 p.m., has been
changed from the Civil Affairs
Building to the Administration
Building in Balboa Heights.
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Clayton Breaks Jinx To Cop
PAF Cage Championship

Buccaneer Names PAF
All-Star Cage Quintet

(NOTE: Each year the sports
staff of The Buccaneer, author authorized
ized authorized weeky publication of Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean,
names an All-Star basketball
team from among players par participating
ticipating participating in Panama Armed
Forces competition. Selections
for the season which began Ju July
ly July e are listed in the following
article.)
By Pfc. STEVE GUSS
Even though he may not have
scored the 802 total season points
that the great Emmett Bryant
dropped in for the Albrook Flyers
last season in helping the Air
Force five to the 1958 P.AF bas basketball
ketball basketball title, Fort Clayton's little
Skip Kroeger deserves this year's
outstanding plaver award on the
1959 PAF All-Star team for his
lefthand jump shot and brilliant
floor play.
The 5'11" guard and former AH
Conference player from Indiana
heads one of the best arrays of
service basketball stars seen on
the Isthmus in many a year. He
led the league in almost every de department
partment department with 245 field goals and
119 out of 154 tries from the free
throw line for a 609 total and a
season average of 30.5.
Along with Kroeger in the oth other
er other guard is Bill Agan, who receiv received
ed received the first team selection on the
fire performances he turned in for
the Albrook Air Force Base five
Considered the best shot in the
league by many, he was among
the leaders in scoring with a 17.5
average.
In the position of center for
the second consecutive year it
big Bernie Dever from the Na Navy
vy Navy All-Stars. Bernie won the
nod over Lloyd Hop wood of the
Albrook Flyers with hit scoring
and rebounding spree that spell spelled
ed spelled "upset" for two of the league
leaders towards the end of the
campaign.
The Stars became known as the
spoilers of the league, mainly
through the play of Devers. He is
e oBly reptating member on the
All-Star five.
. In one of the two forward slots
is Lon tephenson of Che Albrook
Flyers. Lon was very much res responsible
ponsible responsible for the late season snurt
of the Flyers and their final
league tie with the Clavton Cava
hers. Last year, an understudy to
Bryant; this year, into his own as
one of the league's best. The Fly Flyers
ers Flyers would have sorely missed the
rebounding strength and scoring
punch he provided the defending
champs.
A newcomer to PAF basketball
and in the second forward posi position
tion position is Dave Howard from the Ft.
Kobbe Regulars. Howard, a grad
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uate of Stetson University in Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, was all the Kebbe team need needed
ed needed to keep them together, and to together
gether together he kept them. Their third
place finish is mainly attributed
to the shooting of tlie tall forward,
whose jump shot from the corn corner
er corner rarely missed the basket.
The second team was almost
equal to the first in total strength
and ability. The two guard po positions
sitions positions went to Francis Masch Masch-ka
ka Masch-ka of the Navy All-Stars, one of
the best floor men in the league,
and the Amador Trooper shot shot-maker
maker shot-maker Joe Jacobs, who played
rn his second PAF season.
At center is Lloyd Hopwood from
Albrook, a stopper when they
needed him and one of the league's
best rebounders. At forward are
Ray Crawford of the Amador
Troopers, a first team choice in
his position last year, and a new
face from the Clayton Cavalier
bench in Bob Richardson.
Richardson, possessor of a fine
pair of hands and an uncanny uncanny-sense
sense uncanny-sense of where to pass when a
man is open, was hurt in the
opening game of the season but
came back to receive as much
credit for the Cavaliers' success
as anyone.
Honorable mention went to the
following players: Dick K ilo,
Clayton Cavaliers; Jerry I a trie,
Albrook Flyers; George Noland,
Army Atlantic Falcons; Melvin
Wilt, Navy All-Stars; Frank a a-niker,
niker, a-niker, Amador Troopers; Walt
Bel, Navy All Stars and Bob Fal
mer, Kobbe Regulars.
CaDt. Charles Williams nf Viu-t

Clayton was named All S'a'
coacn.
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RECALL THREE PLAYERS
CHICAGO (UPI) The Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox have recalled three
players from (heir Indianapolis
farm club in the American Assn
Slated to report about Sept. 10
are first baseman Ron Jackson
and outfielders Joe Hicks airl
John Callison.
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ANTHONY PERKINS
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MIDNIGHT SHOW!
JOAN CRAWFORD in
"A WOMAN'S FACE"

The cry was, "1 thought tney
could never do it," but tney did.
The Clayton Cavaliers fougnt off
a jinx that has been on every
team to play on the Albrook Flyer
oasketbail court in the last five
years, as they won the PAF bas basketball
ketball basketball crown last night on a 77 77-44
44 77-44 victory that had the overflow
crowd on its feet all evening.
The underdog Cavaliers took
the first game of the two out ot
three series contest Thursday
night on their own court, 83-7i
and last night did what some
said was impossible, defeat the
Flyers on their home grounds.
The flyers were de f e n d i n
champs in the six-team league
and pulled a big rabbit out of the
hat when they tied the Cavaliers
for first place after the regular
20-game schedule was complete.
The loss of Dick Kyllo before
the season's end was termed by by-many
many by-many as the downfall of a team
that at one point had won nine
straight games. Everyone said af after
ter after the league tie with the Flyers,
that Uiey didn't have a chance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the taller Flyers m the
playoff series. The hustling, ball ball-hawking
hawking ball-hawking Cavalier five proved ev everyone
eryone everyone wrong with the finest dis display
play display of basketball to be seen on
the Isthmus in many a year to
come.
Little 5'11" Skip Kroeger was
carried off the court by fans and
team-mates after putting 35
points through the nets tot the
second night in a row. Voted
the outstanding player in the
PAF league this year, the play play-maker
maker play-maker ended the season with
679 total points for a 30.9 shoot shooting
ing shooting average.
When big Bob Richardson foul fouled
ed fouled out of the very close contest
in the fourth period with 7:40 still
remaining on the clock, the spark
seemed to vacate the Cavalier
five for a spell. The big rebound rebound-er
er rebound-er was keeping them in the game
with his board work, a tall order
for anyone Irving to out-rebound
Lon Stephenson and Lloyd Hop Hop-wood
wood Hop-wood at one lime. Richardson
second team All-Star forward net

len w points before his departure
Hopwood tried vainly to keep
the Flyers in the game with his
splendid shooting that accounted
for 32 of the Flyer total, but ,,
wasn't enough as the Cavaliers
never let themselves get more
than live points behind at any one
time.
There were as many people out outside
side outside the gym looking in as there
were inside looking on, as the Ca Cavaliers
valiers Cavaliers took home the PAF crown
'or Ihe first lime in many years.
The Emmett Bryant spell is fin-illy
broken, with the Flyers giv giving
ing giving it all they had wilh what they
had. a fine talented ball club. You
cannot deny the well-coached Ca
valiers who played a smooth bril brilliant
liant brilliant season, and deserve all thev
gained.
The box score:
FORT CLAYTON
FG FT PF
T
6
16
17
1
2
35
77
Wesley, g
Hansard, f
Hichardson, c
Weiss, c
inn, g
Kroeger, g
Totals
3 0
6 4
8 1
0 1
1 0
16 3
34 9
ALBROOK AF8
s'lf, f 8 2 1 18
Stephenson, f 6 2 4 1
Hipwood, c 12 8 2 32
ARan, g 2 2 16
West, g 10 12
Donaway, g 10 3 2
Totals
30 14 12 71
Sugar Kings Take
Firm Grip On 2nd
Place In IL Race
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 LMM )
The Havana Sugar Kings took ;
firm grip on second place in Ihe
International League last niglu
when they blasteu the Columbus
Jets, 8-2, at Havana.
The Cubans pounded Columbus
pitching ior 12 hits, including
nomers by Jesse Conner and Kllio
Chacon, as they took a 1-12 game
lead over the third-place Jets.
1 aiis Arroyo, who relieved llava
n a started Emilio Cueche in the
fourth inning, hurled shutout ball
he rest oi the way to pick up ihe
win.
The Miami Marlins delivered a
severe jolt to the second place
;ipes ot the Richmond Virginians
by sweeping the Vces, 5-4 and 7 7-.1,
.1, 7-.1, in a twin-bell at Richmond. For Forrest
rest Forrest Smith stroked homers in
both games for the Marlins, while
Deron Johnson belted -two homer
in the first contest and one in the
second for the losers.
The pennant-bound Buffalo Bi
sons, although outhit, nine lo 4
lopped the Rochester Red Wings
4 2, at Rochester. Hank Mason re
lieved starter Warren Hacker in
the second frame and pitched the
rest of the way to gain the victo victory.
ry. victory. At Toronto, the Maple Leafs
clipped Montreal, 2-1, with win winner
ner winner Al Pehanick and loser Babe
liirror both hurling four-hiUers.
SPORTS BRIEFS SPORTS
OTTAWA, Out. (UPI) Car.
Smith, former University of Ten
nessee back, has reported lo the
Ottawa Rough Riders for a try
out. Smith was recently released
by the Detroit Lions of the Na
r tional Football Leagu.

National League
TEAMS W L Pet. GB
San Francisco 73 5 .564
Los Angeles 70 59 .543 3
Milwaukee 69 59 .539 Vi
Pittsburgh 67 62 .519 6
Cincinnati 42 67 .481 11
Chicago 61 66 .480 11
St. Louis 60 71 .458 14
Philadelphia 54 76 .415 19Vj
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Chicago
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
Only games scheduled
Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 213 102 0009 14 0
Chicago 000 002 1003 8 0
Burdette (18-13) and Crandall.
Anderson (11-9), Buzhardt, Don Donnelly,
nelly, Donnelly, Elston and Neeman.
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 000 0000 5 1
Pittsburgh 201 501 OOx 9 10 1
Keegan (0-2), Meyer, Bowman
and Lonnett, Sawatski.
Law (15-7) and Burgess.
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 000 080 0002 5 1
St. Louis 000 000 1023 8 0
Newcombe (12-7) and Bailey.
Brogho, Bridges (5-4 1 and
Smith
(Night Game)
San Francisco 5
Los Angeles 0
SCORES TRIPLE
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
Manuel Ycaza, Saratoga's lead leading
ing leading jockey, booted home three
winners Thursday to raise his to total
tal total to 37 for the meeting. Ycaza's
triumphs were aboard Before
Dark, Eastern Hobo and Hatsu.

Dunlop Championships
Swing Into High Gear

At Panama
By RED WILBER
The 1959 annual Dunlop Golf
Championships, sponsored by A-
gencias Doel of Panama City, will
swing into high gear at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club this weekend
when the first round of the annual
tourney gets into action.
Despi'e the absence of several
of the low handicap players, in including
cluding including Capt. Charlie Kade of Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, the 1958 champion, Gordie
Dallon, the 1957 champion, and
some who failed to enter the lists,
the tournament attracted a total
of 113 golfers, which lollowed the
annual trend since 1956, in which
oich succeeding year has attract attracted
ed attracted a greater number of aspirants
or qualification.
The 1959 tourney was swelled
somewhat bv onening up the la ladies'
dies' ladies' flight to all Isthmian PWGA
'jolfers. in which nearly 30 of the
Indies played for the sixteen slots
in the ladies bracket.
40 MATCHES ON TAP
Forty matches are scheduled for
i. lay Saturday and Sunday, 16 be-
ng in each of the two men's
flights, and 8 in (he ladies' flight.
The matches scheduled for the
championship flight are: (0 to 11
handicap):
May vs Nene Arias
Col. Skip Babb vs Jim Riley
"Negro" Arias vs Rob Sander
Tommy Jacks vs Luis Chandeck
Jaime rie la Guardia vs Col.
i lurr
Muller vs Vallarino. Jr.
I ul Arango vs Paul Moran
Col. Shead vs J. Kincaid
Glickenhaus vs Morrice
Dr. Massot vs Dick Dehlinger
Rev Valdes vs Ted Wilber
Murphy vs Des Londes. Sr.
Dr. Gerrans vs E. de la Guar
dia
Jim Hinkle vs Roberto Torres
J. P. Rodriguez vs Brack Hat
tier
Luis Martinz vs "Pico" Diaz
In (he second flight including
' andicaps of from 12 to 24, the
matches scheduled are:
L. Arango vs C. On'lac
Col Ruop vs Mercer
Baldwin vs G Cruz
J. R. Carers vs O. Arias
Jaen Guardia vs Kascher
If. Aleman vs Jarrell
Davis vs Chick Kline
Woodruff vs J. Anderson
II. Willis vs Mullin
Vandorgrift vs A. Carrizo
Abad vs Mark Monly
Rusky vs Geoff Lee
Mike Maduro vs ("handler
Randell vs Stan Fidanque
J. Boyd vs de la Ossa
Drum vs R. Tapia
With Alyc? French taking the
medalist award in the I a d i e s'
flight with a net of 71. 16 of the
ladies play each other in the first
round, wilh the eight matches be being:
ing: being: French vs Twomey
"al Deas- vs R. Hurr
Kay Purdy vs Mooty
Vallarino vs Bishop
Kelsey Garces vs Helen Raird
Jane Sullivan vs Helen Stempel
Phyll, Mansfield vs Pat Waring
Helen Sliker vs Lamnig
Ml matches in Ihe tournament
will be of 18 holes play, with play players
ers players using 3-4(hs of the difference
in handicaps to determine the
number of strokes in favor of a
nlaver if any.
GLICKENHAUS BOYD
TIE FOR MEDAL
In the championship flight, Bob

American League

TEAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
New York
Baltimore
Kansas City
Boston
Washington

W L Pet. GB
77 49 .ill
75 52 .51 UiJ
63 65 .491 15
63 65 .492 15
61 64 .488 15V
59 68 .455 18Vi '
S 69 .461 19
SI 76 .405 26V.

Today's Games
New York at Washing
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Chicago at Cleveland
Baltimore at Boston
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
New York 000 013 0004 10 1
Washiagiton 0O 000 0000 2 1'
Ditmar (10-8) and Berra.
Pascual (12-10), Clevengef"
Griggs and Naragon.

(Night Games) 1
Chicago 000 210 4007 12 V"
Cleveland 000 210 0003 7 1
Shaw (14-4) and Lellar.
Harshman, Grant (8-6), Locke v
and Firzgerald.

(Night Game)
Baltimore 000 000 400 04 U 1
Boston 101 000 110 2 12 1
Brown, O'Dell, Loes (4-6) and
Triandos.
Brewer, Fornieles, Chittum (1 (1-0)
0) (1-0) and White, Daley.

(Night Game)
Detroit 030 020 000 1611 0
Kansas City 130 000 010 05 12 0
Lary (17-8), Morgan and Ber-
beret.
Kucks, Sturdivant (1-6), Grim''-.,
and House.

ti
Club Today
Boyd and Roy Glickenhaus shot
net 68's to tie for the medalist
ward. It is understood under club-i

rules, however, that in order to
qualify for the award. the low low-medalist(s)
medalist(s) low-medalist(s) must play one match.
Body, who is soon to leave the- t
Isthmus on a lengthy trip to Eu- ;!
rope, withdrew from play because f
he would be unable to complete ,1
the tourney play. This leaves
Glickenhaus with the loot if he Y.
plvs his first scheduled "i?'ch ;J
with Frank Morrice. Jack Lally, Y,
the 1958 medalist, did not enter"
the 1959 tourney.
ARANGO WINS MEDAL IN 2ND,
Lalo Arango, young Panama .,
player, won the medalist awaid,.'
in the men's second flight with a
net score of 60, followed by Er,.'
nesto Jaen Guardia and the 1958,
medalist, Mike Maduro with 64. a a-QUALIFYING
QUALIFYING a-QUALIFYING SCORES
The list of qualifying scores in
the three flights are follows:

CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT ...
Glickenhaus 68
J. rie la Guardia. "0
Gerrans i
Negro Anns
Rev Valdes 72 I
Lul Aran.cn
J. P. Rodriguez 2
Col. Bahh "t
Dr. Massot 73
Muller 73
Jim Hinkle 73
Murphy 74
Ctnl. Shead 74 ;
MaYtinz 74""'"
I Martinz -74
Nene Arias 74
Morrice 74
C01. Hurr 75
E. de la Guardia 75
Bob S?nder 75 "."
Ted Wilber 75
Dick Deh'inger 75
L. Chandeck 76
Moran 76 "''
Hattlor 76
Jim Riley 76 ,''
Vallarino, Jr. 77
Torres '77
Jacks 78
Dcs Londes, Sr. 79
K'ncaid 79
Biaz 79
Mav 80
MEN'S SECOND FLIGHT !w
Arango 60
E. J. Guardia 64
Maduro 64
Abad 69
Davis 69 .,
J. Boyd 70
Rupp 71 w
Yandergrift 71 t
Aleman 71
Randell 72
Busty 72
Drum 72 t
Orillac 73
Mullin 73
Kascher 72
Chandler 73
Cruz 73
Mooty 74
Kline 74
Carrizo 74
Jarrell 75
Mercer 75
O. Arias 75
Geoff Lee 77
Anderson 77
Tapia 77
S. Fidanque 77
Willis 79
Baldin 78 'a
de la Ossa 78
Garces 79
Woodruff M
.A

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4



TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEK
Venezuela Upsets US Baseball Team In Pan-Am Opener

lATtJSDAT, ACGC8T M, US9

Idle Erdelatz Reported
Slated For Southern Cal

' ly MURRAY OLDERMAN
FOREST LAKE. Calif. (.EA)
Eddie Erdtlti is about 11 far
away irom football as an unem unemployed
ployed unemployed coach can jet.
The only way to reach him, is
to tike a tortuous route pver the
St. Helena Mountains north of
San Francisco and drop into this
wooded vacation gulch.
Here the former Navy drill drill-master
master drill-master contemplates nature, of
which there is much, and works
on tannin? his skin instead of
tweattnf his hide over Informa Information
tion Information variations.
Here he reached his decision
to it out the 1959 season.
"Maybe," he says, "in Decem December
ber December I might start thinking, about
' &1 has ErdeUt? already
ealed for Southern California.
Meinwhile he is not even eligi eligible
ble eligible for unemployment insurance,
since he turned down on bid
Job In Canada, another in the Na National
tional National Football Ifime. a rhance
to be a New York Giant aide and
an' opeal from a beleaguered

' 1

gentleman. "Th, heat's on you.
ff r rome around, all thev're o o-ItfK
ItfK o-ItfK to sav Is that I want your
f'
, Krdela' want to stav in CMi CMi-Mania.
Mania. CMi-Mania. Wien fall comes and the
- evening hnnen ov" thesp tiiM.

Eddit will bundle Agnes and his
olohe' into the Cdillc rnnpr.
tfble fivtn him by his Navy neigh neighbor"!
bor"! neighbor"! frwe" 'ireep'
spring and take over a rented
hxme in MjUhrie. south n' hi n.
tive San Francisco, there to watch
fWtball.
Even after he quit Navy In a
huf fniiov''nf a closed oor es es-lion
lion es-lion with Capt. SUde Cutter, then
tb athletV (Hrec'"r. EHHj. r'-.
d two hours a day on football
tv.nry until b' .Time 'ipmr'"iv
He's also spent hoiirs here show show-in?
in? show-in? Y. A T(Me.' 'he Porlv Vjn-r
quarterback, how he'd defend, the
professional.
His raction to the Navy fii-

oae, climaxing jmie vuu jon
in hi Hfe, is brief; eot fed un."
But he revel In the messages
be rot front the kifU who played
for him at Annapolis.

Eddie Erdelatz
I

doesn't remember. When Eddie
was an assistant coacli with mo
San Francisco Forty Niners, they
once laiu over al Bear .vlounlaui
Inn, on the threshold of West
1'0 Ml.
Eddie spotted the Army -coach
in i he loboy. severed himself from
some Forty Niners and walked
over.
"Colonel Blaik," he began, "I
ustu lo ? u Navy Eddie Erde Erdelatz,
latz, Erdelatz, and..."
"u,). i d JSlaik abruptly anc
turned away.
The hrs year Erdelatz became
Navy head coach, and they were
to meet Army. Blaik came across
the field for the greeting.
'Nice day, isn'v it?" he said
pilitely to Erdelatz, who grunted,
"Yip," and looked away.
They never did say much more
than that to euch other.

US Better
In Fencing
And Tennis
gy ED SAINSBURY

CHICAGO (UPI) The United
States baseball team, one of the
favorites, was upset in first-round
play yesterday by Venezuela, but
in tennis ind fencing U.S. teams
swept through without defeat 4s
tie third Pan American Games
slowly got under way.
Most of the first day excite excitement
ment excitement in the quadrennial carnival
designed to promote peace among
nations was preserved for after after-dark
dark after-dark events when four gold med medals
als medals were at stake in track and
field events and another in weight weight-lifting.
lifting. weight-lifting. During daylight hours, all four
men tennis players of the United
States Grant Golden, Chicago;
Michael Green, Los Angeles; My Myron
ron Myron Franks, Los Angeles; and
Jon Douglas, Santa Monica, Calif,
advanced inoo or through the
second round.
The U. S. foil fencing team
routed both Cuba and Uruguay
by 13-3 scores. Joseph Paletta Jr.,
New Roc.ielle, N. Y., won eight
matches without defeat.
Golden swept to a straight set
win over Jose Ravelo, Dominican
Republic, without loss of a game.
Green downed David Selley, Ber Bermuda,
muda, Bermuda, 61, 6 0, 6-1; Franks tripped

John Bassett, Canada, 61, ti-0
and 6 1; and Douglas defeated
Roberto Aubone, Argentina, 6-1,
6-3, 6 3.
Thus the form sheet ran true
on fencing and tennis, but the
U. S. baseball team had been
rated the choice of the nine
teams and then toppled quickly
to the Latin American rival, 11-6.
Bill Mansfield, the United States

rig'at-hander, lasted only four inn innings
ings innings against Venezuela before he
was relieved by Roger Rudeen,
who in turn gave up four runs
in the eighth inning alone. First
baseman Jose Flores drove in
four runs for the winners with
a bases-loaded single, a triple and
a 380-foot home run.

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GULICK KEGLERS The Jungle Experts team won the championship pf
Men's Open Handicap Bowling League. From Wt to right are Llbrado .Mancia

(jiese, Harvey b. GumcKson and Aitstalr D. Mun o, team captain, other team m

ion u. Mcuee, Kupert E. oaom and Paul S. O Nelll. (U.S

(Ford of Germany)
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t.A!- blU, MII K HMDS!

Erdelati throws an Interesting
light on his feud with Armv's
ted Blaik. It started over an in incident
cident incident that Blaik himself probably

Wherever ErrU'lal winds up

next in football, Eddie vows,

"The next move will be it. 1 m
46 years old." t
At that age ill Erdelatz' family
tree, Eddie's a mere pup. His
dad. Joe, here with, him in thp
mountains, is a vigorous 82 and
walks four mlle a day.
Last year, at 81. he put the
slug on a six-foot four-inch youn
husky who became rowdy in his
San Francisco bar and wouldn't
quiet down.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

v.. .rut Hnv Walter Pate has

robably seen more tennis thanj

tny otner man ve.
Mi, and still an energetically suc suc-.a.iiI
.a.iiI suc-.a.iiI Wall Street lawyer, he

leafed through his prodigious me memory
mory memory book, and then, answering

"V,sw rti.t vnu mention it. I

Mn't mall that any Davis Cud

team vr atarter1 lett nana

trt m tne aingies.

The Australians are prepared

to do just that against us, Degin Degin-ing
ing Degin-ing Friday at Forest Hills.wnich
fortunately, still stands as a part
ml eur precar dwindling
ports scene, despite noisy
campaign of harassment, i n d e e-twitiy
twitiy e-twitiy exploited, in turn, by poli
tieal opportunists.

Tht challenger's non playing

a.Dtain. Harry Hopman, is en

trusting the singles assignments

i Neale Fraser ana Koaney jua

Tr, both southpaws, with Fraser
and Ror Emerson teaming in the

doubles... the same pairing which

look a tough five-setter from our
boat in the Nationals Sunday al

Boston.

America's chances to repeat, as

every one must know, depend

mainly, if not wholly, on non-A

mertcan Alex Olmedo, a Peruvian
import, whose native equipment
was refined and burnished in the

thirty-love pits of Southern Cali
fornia.
.For vnUtt th 22-year-eld frac

tional Indian can win both of his

smflios matcnoi, as no did in

Forking tbo U.S. victory at Bris

bono lost year, wo kiss the Cup

foocwye, not uncommon. spect spectacle,
acle, spectacle, but ono which always moves

motional tonnis buffi to pathos.

However, chauvinism as well
as realism dictate the optimistic
Tiew. The Australians do not ap

pear to be as strong as they were

a year ago, while, if anything, the
Americans, with their non-American
atar, appear stronger.

Would the diminished prospects
be because tine, challengers are

hanking solely on lefthanders in
the singles? (And you are right.
It it high time we got back to

ur theme.) Actually, according
to Pate, the lefthander, all other

minis being equal, will streng
tfeen rather than weaken his
team.
DOItt'l HAT TRICK

Tht lefthander eo n f u i s you

wentany and mixes yot up man manually,"
ually," manually," says the Nestor of the nets

(pretty?). "For one thing, the

breed is fairly rare. For another,
the behavior of the ball is dif
ferent. Instead of the right to-left
twist which is tht result of a
rifMhanded stroke, the ball kicks
letf-to-rifht, and if you aren't able
to adjust to tht reversed motions,

and quickly, you're in for trou trouble."
ble." trouble." Frank Hunter, who parlayed
mathematics ("21") and distilled
barley into slabs of gold, fallowing
a long caroor in national and in

ternational tonnis, cocurs, adding:

"Another way to put it, is that it
tho lefthander doesn't really
strengthen his aid o, ho can
woaken your side. Superior skills,
as normally defined, don't ontar
into tho matter. In fact, ho can bo
an inferior player, yot if the con confusion
fusion confusion and adjustment Walter (Ed
note: Ho means tho Nestor of the
nets) mentions, prove a problem,
he'll boat a superior righthand righthander."
er." righthander." Hunter may or may not have
had Johnny Doeg; in mind. Doeg
was one of the first lefthanders
to win our National Singles. On
successive days, he turned back,
Mr. "21," Bill Teldcn and Frank
Shields, an accomplishment most

contemporary observers felt

might have been quite beyond the
prowess of a righthanded Doeg,
for all the young man's compe competence
tence competence and courage.
BROOKES WAS BEST
Both the Nestor and Hunter
agree Norman Brookes, also an
Australian, was the most gifted of
all lefthanders.. "A marvelous
shot maker and brilliant strateg strategist,"
ist," strategist," rhapsodized the Nestor. "The
advantages we've been discussing
simply made a superior game
even more so."
Hunter recalled somewhat pain painfully
fully painfully a Wimbledon experience .
"I guess Brookes at the time was
50 years old. I was a young fo.low
and if my game ever had a peak,
it was then. Yet tho old man
suckored me into error sed
me ragged and, in short, wrap wrapped
ped wrapped me up rather handily."
The Spirit of "21" also believed
this to be1 the first time a Davis
Cup team started two southpaws
in the singles... "I think it's hap happened
pened happened in the doubles, though.

Brookes and Gerald Patterson,
another lefty, took our doubles in

1919, and as that was the same
year Australia beat Great Britain,
I must assume these two also
handled the doubles in the Cup
matches."

RIDES FOUR WINNERS
CHICAGO (UPI)-Wilhe Shoe Shoemaker,
maker, Shoemaker, seeking to repeat his 1958
title as champion jockey, rode
four winners at Arlington Thurs

day. The Shoe, who has already
won the, honor three times and

shares another with Joe Culmone,
scored with Klingsor, Leap Year
Maid, Official Seal and First
Fair.

Swim Coaches
Clinic Held
At Gamboa Pool

Wednesday morning the Gam
boa pool was the scene of a well
presented coaches clinic held for
swimming instructors, pool man managers
agers managers and others interested in
the development of fine swimming
in the Canal Zone.
The clinic was presented by

Don Connor, director of the Gam-

boa gym and pool. He was
assisted by his younger brotnrr
Bob Connor. Bob is currently at attending
tending attending the University of Oloa-

joma where he is an outstanding

member of their swimming team.
He brought to the clinic some
fresh ideas and methods of swi swi-mlng
mlng swi-mlng strokes and instruction.
Following is an outline of thr
program presented:
A- Using many of the ouUrtand
ing swimmers form the Atlantic
and Pacific sided Don Connor de demonstrated
monstrated demonstrated v "thod uf
working out a group of you
sters prepai.. ,im meet
and for general improvement in
swimming technique.
B- A Discussion was held re regarding
garding regarding best conditioning and
training aids.
C- Fine points of the following
swimming strokes were demons demonstrated
trated demonstrated Butterfly with dolphin kick,
crawl stroke, breast stroke, back
stroke, individual medley,
D- Proper starts and turns for
the arious swimming Strokes
were demonstrated and explained.
,A coffee and doughnut break
was next on the program.
The clinic wound up with an
upen discussion of rules and re

gulations for swimming meets'

some confusing points were dis discussed
cussed discussed and cleared up.
Those attending the clinic from
both sides of the Isthmus felt
they had put in a profitable morn morning
ing morning and the hope was expressed
that similar meetings might be
held lh the future.

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iFUEL INJECTIOM-A couple
of squirts -from a king-size
syringe and this miniature
racing auto is fueled and ready
to go in Bonn, Germany.
Guenther Goedderz, adminis administering
tering administering the fuel, designed and
buiit the model. Not a toy, the
tiny "o "n hit 80 m.p.h.

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anuhdurers of Paper, Bags, hiding

axes and Containers

Announces it is now producing corrugated
sheets and boxes at its new plant in front
of the new racetrack.

Consult our experts in
packaging design
to increase your saes
with afrachve packages
which sell themselves

WE MANUFACTURE
Kraft paper bags, and bags
imprinted with store signature
Folding boxes
Wax laminated boxes
Corrugated in sheets
Corrugated boxes and containers

We invite you to visit our factory where
our experts in packaging design of industrial
containers will solve your sales problems.

Telephone 4-1445

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Automobiles

PHILLIP) Oceanside Cottages
Santa Cian R 4 P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1 877 Cnttobal 3-1673

Foster's cottages, near Santa
Clara Reasonable rates Phone
Balboa 1866
FOR RENT: Beautiful resi residence,
dence, residence, in Coco del Mar, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, two bathrooms, living living-room
room living-room diningroom. large kitchen,
hundry. maid's room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, porch, terrace, garage and
good siie yard Phone 3-6307,
Panamo
FOR RENT: Chalet Newly
constructed. Three bedrooms,
studio, garage, large fenced yard,
hot water, CaMe G, loma Ale Ale-gre
gre Ale-gre Phone Balboa 3228
FOR RENT: Residence of three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid s
room and bathroom separate, liv
Ing room, dining room, kitchen,
porch, terrace, garage, hot wa water.
ter. water. TV antenna connection
Phone 2-3145, Panamo
Rooms
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
room for a bachelor 1 entrance
14-49 Estudiante St, Apt. 3.
Employment
Opportunities
WANTED: One accountant
assistant, bilingual, three years
experience. $165 00. Two bilin bilingual
gual bilingual secretaries with shorthand
$130 00. Three bilingual olfice
clerks, $100 00 to $125 00 J
o lice clerks with knowledqi' in
sales correspondence, English and
Spanish from $200.00 to
$250 00. Servicios y Colocacio Colocacio-nes.
nes. Colocacio-nes. Camara de Comercio, Build Building
ing Building No. 9.

Houses

Commercial Guide
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
' Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch

FOR INFORMATION
Canal Zone Society I or
The Prevention Of Cruelty
To Animals
Bn -'li;. n.illnia. C. 7
I'hiinr ( iiriiiiilu Tl 13
Tlie tiiHimniB Hliniiii.iK at Mil-
. ", clrniKirv Hospital neril K'""
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INSURANCE COMPANY
Jim Riiige
Harry Co; ml II
Davis Stevenson
Box E Diablo. ('...
Telephone Pan. 2-0552
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"Nniv are ya convinced
station wagon?"
GUARDIA &
Tel. 3-7225 Exl. 8

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FOR RENTiApproved furnish furnished
ed furnished apartments, modern building,
convenient location Automobile
Row No 36, phone 3-6855
evenings 2-5046
FOR RENT: Apartment three
bedroom, living, dmingroom. gar gar-aqe.
aqe. gar-aqe. maid s room, hot water Be
Ha Vista, Colombia Street No
44-17. see owner Apartment P'
same building

FOR RENT: Beautiful view,
modern furnished apartment, two
bedrooms, den. in La Cresta, hot
water and garage $200 00. Call
3-1899
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, dining-living, kitchen
and bathroom. 48th St, Bella
Vista Furnished or unfurnished
Call Panama 2-4696.
FOR RENT: Duplex apartment.
Vallaiino place," Transistmian, 9
beautiful location, all conve conveniences
niences conveniences Reasonable price. Phone
4-1016. from 4 to 6. beter come
personally if interested
FOR RENT: Apartment, con concrete
crete concrete house, living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, yard,
$50 00 monthly. Urbanixacion
La Pradera ", opposite La Garan Garan-tia
tia Garan-tia Furniture factory, Sabanas.
Phone 4-0630
FOR RENT : Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, close to The
Panama Hilton, telephone air air-condition,
condition, air-condition, hot water. Phone 3 3-5023
5023 3-5023 or 3-0390.
'oats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1957 Super Cus Custom
tom Custom Tri-Pacer 330 T.T.. Im Immaculate,
maculate, Immaculate, full panel, Sunair ra radio
dio radio Hi-Fi Call Panama 2-4696.
Office hours.
FOR SALE: 18 ft cabin crusier
22 horsepower motor, completely
equipped, licensed 6 Can be
seen at Diablo Spinning Club.
This boat is for sale $695 00.
Phone Balboa 2-3782.
CALL 20740
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW KATES I P TO 3b Mo
on new cars
ACiENCY DEHLINtiER
No. 43 Automobile How
Phone 3-4081 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
We Certify
RADIO and TV
SERVICE
We certify qunlity pnrH and service
. . (o'f chorqps.
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ROPELCO
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Tel. 3-748!)
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CIA. S. A.
Panama Cily

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FOR SALE: 54 Chevrolet con convertible,
vertible, convertible, beautiful shape, recently
overhauled, all accessories, pric priced
ed priced tor quick sale. Call Corosal
2148. Panama 3 7435.

FOR SALE: 1957 Volkswagen,
good condition. 2500 LB. Trail Trailer
er Trailer Axle with electric brakes.
Porter Cable router and plainer.
Webber chairs. Cristobal Tel.
3-2418
FOR SALE: 1953 Vauxhall, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, new paint, duty
paid. $450, call Curundu 2274.
FOR SALE: 57 For V-8. 500,
two door, hard top, radio, tutone,
$1,300.00. Phone 3-2953.
AUTOS EISENMAN, S A. Offers
the best used cars in town.
1959 Pontiac Lauventa. 4DR,
stand trans. 6 cyl. radio, W S W
tires.
1958 Pontiac Strato--Chief. 4DR,
Hardtop, radio, W SW tires.
1956 Opel Olimpia. Tudor
1957 Volkswagen, tudor, W SW
fires
1957 Volkswagen, tudor, WSW
tires.
1955 Dodge Royal Lancer, 4DR,
Full power packed. Excellent car.
1956 Ford Country Sedan, 4DR,
9 pass.
See Percy Dale. Next to Coca
Cola Co. Open all day. Tels.
Panama 2-2616, 2 4966.
FOR SALE:-1952 Hillman se sedan,
dan, sedan, good tires. $225. 5607-C,
Diablo Phone 2 3194
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, country squire station
wagon, radio, heater, seat belts,
one owner, 21 inch RCA table
TV, wrought iron stand. Navy
Pacific 2436.
FOR SALE: English car, 4 cy.,
Sunbeam Talbot 1954, 4 door
sedan. Duty paid. Good condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone Balboa 2-4206, 0303
Cable Hts Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford, Custom
300, T-Bird, 4 door sedan, ra radio.
dio. radio. Telephone Gamboa 193 or
426.
FOR SALE: 1958 Rambler
station wagon, will accept trade.
Call Panama 3-4848 or 3 1247.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to Sept. 7. Classet
Begin: Sept. End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION, Peru
Avenue No. 66 I near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. 3-7963. 3 3-3018
3018 3-3018 Learning Spanish Is not easy, but
Mrs. Romero's Conversational
Method makes Spanish simple
and interesting. Twenty years
experience with over 6,000 pu pupils.
pils. pupils. Individual attention to each
pupil. Lessons mornings, after afternoons
noons afternoons and evening. 4th of July
Ave Tl -352 No. 10. In front
of Quarry Heights.
Wanted
WANTED: Accountant, mala,
age 24-30; experience in cost or
steamship accounting desirable.
Fluent English and Spanivh
Write P 6. Box 600, giving
qualifications.
WANTED: Wardrobe trunk.
Call Saturday and Monday, all
day, telephone 4-0839, Panama
WANTED: Two bedroom house
with yard, centrally located be between
tween between San Francisco and Canal
Zone School Near bus line.
Reasonable rent By Northamer Northamer-ican
ican Northamer-ican couple with two daughers.
Call 2-4437.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO-COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "KI'.Nl'TA" Sept. 2
S.S. "CUZCO" Sept. 12
TO I NITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR'' (20,225 Tons)
(Air-ronditionerl ) Sept. 6
TOUNlTED KINGDOM Dmcf
S.S. "FLAMENCO" Sept. R
S.S. "PIZARRO" Sept. 21
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD. HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "ALBANY" Sept. 15
S.S. "LOCH RYAN" Sept, 17
TO I KCONTINENT
S.S. "LO( COWAN" Sept. B
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" Sept. 10
mITsailings subject to change wTthout NOTIci
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal 3-1B545 Panama ,1-12578 Balboa 2-1905

FOR SALE: Household items,
leaving for States. Call 3-5301
from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m, and
also after 6:00 p.m.

FOR SALE: Custom made ma mahogany
hogany mahogany furniturt. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Telephone 3-0633, 4-1444.
No. 3. 52th Straet.
FOR SALE: 49" metal Venetian
blinds. $10.00 all. 81 12-A.
Margarita.
FOR SALE: Very Unusual four
piece studio couch, "What-Not"
arrangement, ivory, with maroon
cushions. $30. Balboa 2-3321.
FOR SALE: Kenmora washing
machine, fully automatic, perfect
condition, $100.00. Phona Ft.
Amador 5211.
FOR SALE: Kenmora automatic
gas dryer. Deluxe model, in per perfect
fect perfect condition, sun lamp and
temperature control. Call at Qts.
75-B, Albrook AFB, phona 3180.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Frig i i-daire,
daire, i-daire, 7 1 2 feet, new unit $50.
Call Balboa 2934.
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture
ture furniture at bargain prices. Owner
leaving Panama. Call 3-1853
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Used "Marion "Marion-kerosene
kerosene "Marion-kerosene stove, 3 burner, oven
compartment, as good as new, at
reduced price, easy terms. 12 St.
Parque Lefevre, house 20, not
far from Cragwell's.
FOR SALE: Set of Rattan porch
chairs with cushions ($25.00);
used, living room set including
bed couch ($65.00; 10 gallon
water heater, ($60.00). Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4977.
Miscellaneous
NURSERY SCOOL
Register now for September.
Children 2' 2 to 5 year, transpor transportation
tation transportation provided. Call Balboa
1214 or visit house 875 Morgan
Av.
SPETON SPETON SPETON
protection and control. Ask your
reliable drug store.
Rainbow City
Softball League
Meeting Monday
By HERBERT MOISH
The Rainbow City Open Classi Classification
fication Classification Softball Softball League,
has called a meeting for Monday,
August 31, at 5 p.m. in the Rain
bow City gymn to discuss mat matters
ters matters of vital interest to the opera operation
tion operation of this coming season's acti activities
vities activities and to formally close out
Ihp 1 fliSfl spason.
At this meeting for all the
members of the board, the cons constitution
titution constitution will be revised to meet
certain inconsistencies developed
during the past season. Also ex expected
pected expected to be discussed is the po po-sibililv
sibililv po-sibililv of the league's play being
transferred from the playground
adjacent to the Gym to the Mount
Hope Stadium. The Stadium wil
snnn hp turned over to the Rain
bow Cily Community and when
this is made official, it would av avail
ail avail the RBCOCSL a better playing
site.
Rpnnpsis have been ciurine In
air ariy asking for the transfer of
the playing site but since nothing
official has been released me
league will temporarily make
plans to cover both sites
As a matter of formality, all
committees appointed last year
will be called upon to make a fin
al rennrt In the Board. At this
meeting, the league commissioner
will officially close out the 1359
season and open the door to the
19fi0 campaign.
Four well balanced teams went
lo the wire, playing until the ve very
ry very last day to decide the final
standing. Irvin Morris' "Stevedore
Morris" team was crowned cham champion
pion champion for the third consecutive sea season.
son. season. Second place went to Juan Ca Ca-rrillo's
rrillo's Ca-rrillo's A.jinomoto team, third
place to ithran (Nobby) Stewart's
Pantra and Mickey Robinson's
Oig. Oasis finished in. the cellar.
.luan Carrillo was voted (he
"managerof-the-year" fur leading
his club into second place.

FOR SALE Aged natural ma.
nure at fiva-away prices by the
trucVload. Call 2-2641.

FOR SALE: New Guatemalan
furniture for your porch, Stuffed
living room sat in new condition.
Hand mad Italian win red rug.
Large six 1954 Pontiac hardtop,
excellent condition. All below
normal prices. Must sell, leaving
Isthmus. Telephone Balboa 4495
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: URGENT, General
Electric last model 4 tons, air
conditioner; deep freeier. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable prices. Phone 3-6631 or
3-0568.
FOR SALE: 35 m m. Cortaflex
camera, flash attachment, close close-up
up close-up lent, filters, carrying case.
Phon 5-507 hous 138-B, Ga Ga-lun.
lun. Ga-lun. FOR SALE: 21 inch Capehart
T.V. Columbia 500 Hi-Fi with
3 speakers. Call 08-385.
FOR SALE: 8 Place vowei
Highland mahogany dining room
aet with China closet and buffet,
one extra dining table, 4 pc.
maple livingroom et, Philippine
Rattan chain, vanity and stool,
Chest of drawers, beds and mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, other odds and ends, all
duty paid. Phone, Balboa 1739
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: A "Lester" piano,
in good condition. Moderate
price. Phone Panama 3-3436.
Magnecord Professional Tape
Recorder, in new condition. Ori Original
ginal Original and amplifier-speaker com combination.
bination. combination. Value over $750.00.
Will sell for best offer over
$350.00. Tropelco, S A. Tel. 1 1-1285.
1285. 1-1285. FOR SALE: 1951 Buick two
door. Good ski boat, 25 h p.,
motor, trailer, 22 rifle. Balboa
4263, house 6444, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds,
very good conditions. Several
siies. Phon 3-3152.
FOR SALE: Boy's English bi bicycle
cycle bicycle 26". House 875, Morgan
Av. Balboa 1214.
FOR SALE: BABY PIANO in
perfect conditions, for additional
information and price, pleas call
2-1790, Panama.
FOR SALE: Three riding horses,
saddles, bridles. Call 83-6173.
TONGI CROSSES PASS
SUSA, Italy (UPD Circus own
er Darix Tonei took three ele
phants, two llamas and a camel
across the Alps via the high Cla Cla-pier
pier Cla-pier Pass today.. Earlier this
month a Cambridge University
professor set out with an elephant
to do the same thing in an at attempt
tempt attempt to prove Hannibal took that
route with his armies centuries
ago. The professor failed because
the pass was blocked by a rock rock-fall,
fall, rock-fall, but Togni sent ahead some
circus strongmen to clear away
me onsiacies.

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E. F. McCLELLAND, executive secretary of the Cristobal YMCA
since 1956, was presented with a US Army Caribbean Certificate
of Achievement on the eve of his departure for a new assign-!
ment in the US. Col. Cecil Himes, Army Atlantic commander,
made the presentation in recognition of outstanding assistance
McClelland rendered servicemen stationed on the Atlantic side
of the Isthmus. Himesi commented that as a result of the pro programming
gramming programming arranged by McClelland and the facilities offered,
the YMCA became a "home away from home" for Army, Navy
and Air Force personnel on duty In Panama. McClelland's new
post will be at Rantoul, 111. (U.S. Army Photo)

smart

people are1

mani-aiJiiiito!!

But you don't need
know the Classified
American are tops

FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meter, in th Nucvo Hipodromo
Urbanization across th Remoa
Racetrack. AU lots with street
fronts, stwag, water main and
eUctricity. Call W. McBrnrt.
Tl. 4-0976.

FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
residence, 4 bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, library, recrea recreation
tion recreation room, large kitchen, pantry,
maid's room with service, hot
water, terrace, garden, garage,
land 1,800 m. 9th Street No. 28,
San Francisco, phone 2-2510.
FOR SALE: Ideal for retired
couple, small rock chalet all
conveniences, big terrace pur
water, lot of 1,400 M2, beautiful
jarden, fruit trees. 30 minutes
drive from Panama $10,500. Tel.
3-1033.
Services
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phon
2-1905 Crawford Agendas. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Means reliability, and lasting re repairs.
pairs. repairs. For better home service
call 3-7607 Panama from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
Animals
FOR SALE: 7 German police
pups, one month old. Price $35
each. Call Cristobal 1410.
mmmmmmmmiimmmmmm
HEALTH TRANCE Deanne,
Poison, IS, smiles from her 1
Wichita, Kan, hospital bed
: after 4 -hour open-heart sur surgery
gery surgery while under hypnotic
, anesthesia. Hers is the eighth
reported ease of open-heart
surgery carried out with aid of
a hypnotic technique, according
to attending physicians.
a cpllega degree to
Ads of The Panama
In selling power.

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Investor's Guide-
-By

By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
235 E 45 St., New York
A frequent question to this co column
lumn column concerns the problem of el elderly
derly elderly folk putting funds in chil children's
dren's children's names.
It seems to me that 90 per cent
of the time all the worry involv involved
ed involved is needless.
An elderly couple, (or widow or
widower) living on the income
from a small amount of invested
capital is entitled, it seems to me,
to follow a "me first" program.
Certainly there seems no point
to worrying about whethei this or
mat siock or Donci snouia De in
a son's or daughter's name. All
that can be settled in due time
a a properly drawn up will.
I am not rnneerned here with
parents buildine ud. let us sav. a
college found for a youngster.
That seems to me to be a worth-
wile project.
Nor am I trvine to cover the ease
here of people of ereat wealth
where inheritance taxes are a fac factor.
tor. factor. (And incidentally, in the case
of an elderly couple,, they, are not
mucn ot a factor until you get
above the $100,000 level.) Inherit Inheritance
ance Inheritance taxes are a hiphlv srwpiali7.
ed field and should be discussed
only with a tax expert.
I am writing here only of well-
meaning elderly folk of modest
means who have been hearing all
sorts of stories about inheritance
taxes and about the problems of
leaving money to children.
Unless the amount of money in involved
volved involved is substantial, forget about
trvine to solve vour ehilrlrpn'c nrn.
blems now. Keep your funds in the
torin most convenient and most
productive for your own needs.
Leave the rest to a properly drawn
will. But don't forget the will!
Q. I have accumulated 40 Wes
inghouse on an employe payroll
deduction plan. I will need funds
for my daughters' college tuition.
Would I be better off selling the
stock, or taking advantage of the
open end feature of my home
mortgage to raise money that
way? My pension program will in
clude social security plus about
$400 from several annuties.
A. With all your future tied to

INITIAL TICKET SOLD Sgt. James M. Thornton sells Ctol.
Cecil Himes, Atlantic Area commander, the first ticket for
dance to be held in the Skyroom, Crist6bal, on Sept. 6. Spon Sponsored
sored Sponsored by the Non Commissioned Officers Club of Fort Gullck,
the dance will feature the stylings of Preston Love and hi or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, well known musical group from, the U.S. now touring:
the Isthmus. (U.S. Army Photo)

Fraser, MacKay Score
Upset Davis Cup Wins
For U.S. -Aussie Split

FOREST HILLS, New York, Aug.
29 (UPi) Barry Mackay, the tall
airman from Dayton Ohio, renew
ed U.S. Davis Cup hopes when he
blasted Wimbledon finalist Rod
Laver from the court in straight
sets after his teammate Peruvian
Alex Olmedo had dropped the o o-pening
pening o-pening match of the afternoon to
Aussie Neale Fraser.
Mackay gave the U.S. a 1-1 split
in the opening day's matches of
the Challenge Round with Austra Australia
lia Australia by drubbing the left-handed
Laver 7-5, 6-4, 6-1.
In the opening match of the af
ternoon Olmedo, who last year
won the U.S. the Davis Cup al
most singlhahdedly, was com
pletely off form and lost in four
error-filled sets to Australia's No.
1 player, Neale Fraser, 8-6, 6-8,
6-4, 8-6.
Fraser. who like Laver is left left-handed,
handed, left-handed, was in top form at the
service line and lost His service
only twice in the match, both
limes in tie second set. He blast
ed 24 service aces, nine of them
in the first set.
However, Fraser and Olmedo

SAM SHULSKY

nxea aouar. i would m reiunant
to sell as solid a growth stock ai
Westinghouse.
I don't like borrowing on mort mortgages,
gages, mortgages, either, since that will ir
crease your monthly rental eosta)
just at the time you will be sup sup-porting
porting sup-porting girls in college.
I wonder whether you couldn't
arrange a moratorium on some of
your pension arrangements. I'm
not quite sure how this could b
done, but since some of them art
with the company perhaps it aaa
be done.
Wall St reef
CHATTER:
NEW YORK (UPI)-The ha,,
inai tucks ine craaie can r
rock the American economy, s i
Mrs. Edna F, McKiernan of FJ
Mutual Securities of Amtr
Inc.
She says women are Influent, q
the ecouomy in three ways:
As investors. The majorn l
of the nation's 12,500,000 har 1
As workers. "Employment a
women in the business and indu
trial 1nh.ii fnrnm im aaffm Tseajm
time highs,"
As bomemakers. "Women
have increasingly more to say a a-bcut
bcut a-bcut family finances."
Mrs. McKiernan says many
women show better investment
sense than some men. "They art
a war- of the importance of "hav "having
ing "having savings, insurance and, if
homemakers, a home-purchas
program before putting their ex extra
tra extra caslf to work in investment
programs."
She notes women outnumber
men as investors in mutual funds.
Sanborn Co., manufacturers of
medical and industrial recording
instruments, k ftne of the quality
issues in its group and seems at attractively
tractively attractively priced at about -17.3
time estimated 1959 earnings of
$1.30 a share, aayg Reynolds and
Co.
V
were both ragged from the base baseline
line baseline and at the net, and what was
expected to be the top match of
the afternoon turned into a two
hour, 19 minute battle of errors.
Olmedo, it turned out, muffed the
most, and Fraser's success at the
service line made the difference.
The crowd of 10,000. which sat
almost boredly in the sweltering
heat during the afternoon's first
match, rose to its feet time and
time again to cheer the six-foot
four Mackay'as he completely ov
erpowered the red-haird Laver.
Mackay played sparkline and
inspired tennis to win his first
match in Davis Cup competition.
He had dropped two during laa
year's challenge round at Bris
bane, one to Ashley Cooper and
one to Mai Anderson who haw
smce turned professional.
Added Importance has bail
placed on today's doubles,
in which it is expected Olmedft
ana 18-year-old Earl (Butch) B
i hollz will face Fraser and R
Emerson, as a resoli of St Lotiia
yesterday's upsets.



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THE WIXNAH AND NEW CHAMPION- Referee Angelo Dundee rabvs Gene Fullmer's right arm
after the ,S)t Lake city battler TKO's Carmen Basilio in the 14th round ut their title fiht at
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Massachusetts and Europe (Fiht story on page 6)
School Desegregation Moves Slowly Forward
In N. Carolina; Little Rock Women Throw Bomb
ATLANTA, Aug. 29 (I'PI) School desegregation in a fourth major North Carolina city, the
tear eas bombing of a Little Itock school board meeting and the opening of Atlanta schools on
tri"h sesrceated basis for perhaps the last time dotted the integration scene in the South.
High Point, N.C., yesterday became the fourth major North Carolina city to vote to admit a
few Negroes to previously all unite schools. The High Point city school hoard assigned two Ne Ne-fro
fro Ne-fro sister to an all-white junior senior high school.

Otlier .North Carolina scaooK al
ready integrated on a limited has
is include Creenslmr.i. Wir.tuii
Salem, and Charlolt These
ichools reopen next wci;.
In Little Hock, two .veil on .-cd
Tchite women threw i 'ear g; --bomb
bomb --bomb in a building we.ere tin I. it
tie Rock school board was holding
a meeting.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and HydroRiaphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TFMPERATl'RE:
High K Kit
Low 74 71
HCMIOITV:
High Ml ;
Low 7') 88
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(max. mpb) NW-'.'i W-IR
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W' ll H il 'P:
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LAKE ELEVATIONS:
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Leonard Willis, 15, the Negro
janitor, said the two women
opened the door and shoveled"
in the bombs.
Fumes rose to the second floor
of the hvosiory building just oft
Ihe downtown section, Wiiere the
hoard was bidding a routine meet-
lii ti.
The heavy gas forced board
members, spectators and a half
doen reporters out of the building,
roughing and with tears stream streaming
ing streaming Irom (heir eyes.
I Russel II. Matson, Jr. a mem member
ber member ol the board, said '"hen they
'smelled Ihe acrid odor Ihey first
thought an electric fan had caught
lire. The fumes got stranger, how however,
ever, however, and their eyes began smart smarting.
ing. smarting. Assistant police chief H. K.
Classrock said Ihe bombs were
similar to three found in an auto automobile
mobile automobile al a segregationist rail on
Ihe slate Capitol steps Aug. P Hie
day the two Little Hock high
'schools were integrated. I. idle
Hock policeman lunied the bombs
over to state police.
Later, police and firemen broke
up a demonstration In egrega egrega-tionists
tionists egrega-tionists a block from ( "iilral High
School
Seventeen children of Negro
Marine Corps personnel began
classes at two previously all all-white
white all-white elementary schools at
Havelock, N.C., yesterday with without
out without incident.
M marked the slurl of North
Carolina's third year of token in integration,
tegration, integration, which has been so far
it limit ma jor violence.
The 17 students entered Have Havelock
lock Havelock and Crabam A liardei: ele elementary
mentary elementary schools. lioili ar at attended
tended attended primarily by the children
of ix-rsonncl at the nearby Cherry
I'm nt Marine Corps Air Station.
" livery thing w as very iiic' and
orderly," said Selh Henderson,
principal of llavcloc.k.
The limited integration here
applies only to the children of
servicemen.
Henderson said that ''as far as 1
know." all of the Negroes attend attended
ed attended classes The majority of the
student body of Ihe two schools is
composed of children living in
gov eminent housing unils which

US, Russian Scientists Could Both
Send Man One-Way Trip Into Space

WASHINGTON ( I'PD Ameri American
can American scientists say Ihe United
Stales and Hussia both could put
a man into space right now. Get Get-tin:.'
tin:.' Get-tin:.' him hack alive is a problem
neither has solved.
P.oth countries have demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated thcv have the rocket pow
er ir'eded to launch an astronaut.
Kaeh is working hard on pro programs
grams programs to perfect man carrying
satellite-
However, holh nations insist
nothing will be attempted until
Ihi-y come up with adequate sys systems
tems systems lo return a spaceman to
earth There is no indication from
either that this had been done or
is shout lo he done
Rumors have circulated that
Russia in.iv conduit a man in in-space
space in-space experiment next m o n t h
when Soviet Premier Nikila S.
Khrushchev1 visits the ('nil e d
Slates.
One
raised
a I read v
inei ican st lent M has
he possihilii that Russia
may have lost an as( ro roan
an roan at l e inpl to oi hit and
a spaceman. The dead
laul hi
recover
astronaut
nui) now he cin ling Ihe
earth in a
leliiupiciit satellite, ac
cord inc. to this scientist.
i A sampling of opinion among

have been integrated for some six
years.
! There were "strong indications,"
I according to the Durham Morn Morning
ing Morning Herald that a seventh North
Carolina community would adopt
a limited integration program.
; The Durham city school board is
(scheduled to meet today to act on
request by 24 Negroes for reas reassignment
signment reassignment to white high schools.
The Herald said it has word that

some of the applications will be
approved.
In the only other instance of in integration
tegration integration in predominantly rursl
eastern North Carolina, the Wayne
County Board of Education voted
earlier this year to admit the chil children
dren children of Negro airmen at Seymour
'Johnson Air Force Base to a white
school near (loldsboro.
I Integration so far in the state
has been without major violence.
And it has come wilhoul court ac
tion although there have been nu numerous
merous numerous attempts to break ('own
racial barriers through Federal
court cases.
North Carolina's public school
integration began in 1957 with 11
Negro children assumed to 'vhile
schools at Charlotte, Winston-Sa-Salem
and (Ireensboro.
The number of Negroes attend attending
ing attending white schools has varied
since that time and between 30
and 40 are expected to attend
white schools this year.
One of the most signilicant court
actions in the integration contro controversy
versy controversy since the I'S. Supreme
Court decision of May 17, l!)."t.
resumes Monday in Norfolk. Ya.
"NAACP attorneys argued yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Negroes were reject rejected
ed rejected for assignment to Norfolk
white schools because of Mieir
race.
Federal .lodge Waller F. Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman was rpcc'cd to hear testimo testimony
ny testimony that Ihe Norfolk eitv school
board and the state pupil place placement
ment placement board turned down 2". Ne
grops seeking, admission to whiie
schools
Atlanta public schools opened
today for perhaps the heeinnir; ol
the end of segregated schools, in
the peach slate capital
The Atlanta school board is un
der a Federal judge's court order
to come un with a desegregation
plan by Dec 1.
-eientists of the National Aero
nautics 4 Space Administration
(NASA) produced replies that
could be summarized this wav:
There has been nothing in
published reports nr tellla'e radio'
sienals from the skies te indicate
that Russia is anv more ready
than wp are to put a man in or-
hit with hope of getting him sale
ly down.
i
Russian scientists are notj
stunt men. They have put up no
"talking satellites. as we havp.
Their U.S. counterparts would he
surprised if they al tempted a
mannPd satellite shot p'ematurely
just because their No 1 poliiirian
is making a trip.
Scientists here (link that if the
Russians try anything nexj month
for Khrushchev's benefit, it will
be something they were geared
lo do anywav. Thai could be an
attempt lo fire an nnni a n n e d
rocket into an orbil around the
moon.
Tins country plans siu h an al
tempt in early October when the
moon is in an espeiia'lv 'avnra
hie position. Hut the moon will
he in (airly good position next
month, too.

Ike Ends His Visit
With Elizabeth,
Flies to See Mac
LONDON, Aug. 29 (UPI President Eisenhower ended
i relaxing overnight visit with the Royal family in Scotland
today and headed for a weekend of serious talks with
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. He was expected to urge
another Big Four foreign ministers meeting before a Sum.
mit conference
Highly-qualified sources said Macmillan probably would
not object despite his known preference in the past for an
early Big Four talk at the top level. r
The President rose early at Balmoral Castle in Scot,
land to say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth and thank her for
her warm and gracious hospitality.
He posed with the Royal family for photographers for
10 minutes on the castle lawn and then set out by car with
Prince Philip, the Queen's husband, for Aberdeen airport.

A bitter cold east wind blew over
the Scottish Highlands and there
was a heavy overcast.
Only a dozen or so persons brav braved
ed braved the weather to watch him leave
Balmoral, but a large crowd wait waited
ed waited at Aberdeen.
There a Royal Air Force Com Comet
et Comet waited to take him to Lon London's
don's London's Benson air field from
where he was to motor to Che Chequers,
quers, Chequers, Macmillan's residence 40
miles from London.
The Queen came to the gates ol
Balmoral Castle with her sister,
Princess Margaret, to personally
greet the President yesterday.
Later, she acted as chauffeur
and drove him around her sum
mer vacation estate in a station
wagon. They stopped at nearby
Birkenhall for a call on Queen
Mother Elizabeth.
Although it was holiday for
the President, he sent a message
to West Berlin Mayor Willy
Brandt saying he hoped the cri crisis
sis crisis in the divided city would be
settled during talks "in coming
months."
The President said "we may
realistically hope" for a B-rlin
settlement based on "fortitude,
patience and imagination."
Details of the message were an announced
nounced announced in London yesterday aft
er Eisenhower rode to the airport
through cheering crowds and de departed
parted departed for the first visit to Scot Scotland
land Scotland by an American president.
Navy Strengthens
Shore Patrol
At Mayport Base
MAYPORT, Fla. (UPI) The
Navy strengthened its Shore Pa Patrol
trol Patrol forces yesteiday following the
beating of a 40-year old sailor
which authorities said created "ill
feelings" between Navy personnel
and civilians.
At the same time, Cmdr. 11. M.
Thompson, acting commanding o o-lieer
lieer o-lieer ol the local naval station
lifted an "off limits" order at
nearby Jacksonville Beach.
Thompson said he had met wilh
law enforcement officers of the
beach city, and .they had pledged
lull cooperation in taking steps
bring aoout better Navy civilian
relations.
The ollicer said sailors on li liberty
berty liberty were banned from going t(t
Ihe beach Thursday because of ill
feelings stemming from the ben:
mg of chief Boatswain's Mate
James Boyce Tate. The sailor was
attacked by a group of teenagers
Wednesday night and robbed o
Slid.
Tate suffered a concussion dur during
ing during the assault, but Thompson
said the sailor was recuperating
al the C.S. Naval Hospital at
.) acksonville.
CALLAS MAY MAKE MOVIE
' LONDON (I'Pd -- American
opera singer Maria Call a s has
"as good as concluded" a con contract
tract contract calling for $498,400 to star
in a (lerman made film, British
press reports said today. The
reports ouoted an official cf
Gloria Filmverleih of Munich.
Thcv s .e he would !ay ihe
leading role in the movie, "The
'inie Donna."
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Prince Philip, the Queen's hus husband,
band, husband, was at Aberdeen to greet the
President and stand with him dur during
ing during the traditional welcome by
guardsmen and bagpipers.
They drove together the 56 miles
to Balmoral along winding roads
and' through villages where crowds
turned out to cheer and shout.
Some played phonograph records
of bagpipes.
Others waved anything they
could get their hands on includ including
ing including golf clubs in one village. The
five-car motorcade was delayed
t times by crowds surging into
the roadway.

This was the one period of rest
allowed in the tight nine-day time timetable
table timetable that took the President to
Bonn on Wednesday and to Lon London
don London Thursday, and will still take
him to Paris to discuss his forlh forlh-coming
coming forlh-coming talks wilh Nik'li S.
Khrushchev.
The reception he received here
late Thursday was so large and
enthusiastic that some of London's
top police officials, wilh more than
20 years experience in Jeilm"
with crowds, said frank'v they had
never seen anvfhing like it.
Members of the Eisenhower
staff said the President had ex expected
pected expected a warm reception but the
actual dizzying spectacle was a
pleasant shocker.
Eisenhower himself was deeply
gratified.
He regarded the tremendous
turnout as much more than a sa salute
lute salute to an old soldier of World War
II.
He felt il was a thrilling dem demonstrationas
onstrationas demonstrationas was the one in Bonn
of Western resolve to be firm
and unafraid in a world of lensien
Scotland Yard and London po police
lice police officials estimated the thick
ribbons of humanity strung along
Eisenhower's l(i -mile motor tour
from London Airport to the U.S.
Embassy residence comprised be between
tween between 500,000 and one million per persons.
sons. persons. Secretary of State Christian A.
Ilertcr called the turnout and its
breezy atmosphere "reallv terri terrific."
fic." terrific." Macmillan, with a mischievous
glin' in his eyes but a tight grip
on is British reserve, com commented
mented commented .drily, "It was rathe rathe-good,
good, rathe-good, wasn't it?"
Britain's national newspapers
broke out their superlatives.
"He's the mostest!" exclaimed
the Daily Herald.
"It was Ike': rhl," said the
Daily Express.
"What' a welcome!" cried the
Daily Sketch.
"Mighty glad to see you!" pro proclaimed'
claimed' proclaimed' the Daily Mirror.
"Conqueror Ike," hailed the Dai Daily
ly Daily Mail.
"Sixteen miles of cheers lor the
President," said the News Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle.
At one point near Hanover Gate,
the entrance to Regent's Park,
there was a sign that must have
stretched for IS feet proclaiming:
"We Like Ike."
Stevenson Dryly
Criticises Nixon's
CHICAGO .UPI) Adlai E
Stevenson has oryly criticized Vice
President Richard M. Nixon's trp
mi Russia and his "public duelling"
with Soviet Premier Nikita S.
Khrushchev.
"1 think Nixon's visit to Russia
was a good thing especially for
Nixon," Stevenson said yesterday.
But I hope we have no more
of that kind of public duelling,"
the twice defeated Democratic
presidential candidate said.
"It serves neither the purpose of
diplomacy nor the purpose of com communication,"
munication," communication," Stevenson recalled that when he
"pointed out the alarming impli implications
cations implications of Russia's raoid economic
growth" several years ago, Nixon
had called him un American.
"Bui now he (Nixo.n) is saying
the same thing." Stevenson said.
"And I believe in adult education,
especially for Mr. Nixon."
Stevenson, reportedly favored by
some Democratic Parly leaders
for a third presidential nomina nomination,
tion, nomination, made Mie comments in
Chicago Daily News .nlerviev.'
upon his return from a two-month
European tout.

FIVE OF THE NINE" Canal employes who were retired from service during August are shown, with.'
Gov. W. E. Potter after being presented with their retirement certificates. The ceremony took it
place in the Governor's office at Balboa Heights. From left to right are Lt. Starford L ChvJrchM
ill, Fire Division; William Coffy, signalman, Navigation Division; Robert E. Rogers locomotive J
engineer. Railroad Division; John F. Shannon, lead foreman, Maintenance Division- and Albert:!
L. Taylor, chief towboat engineer, Navigation Division. Those who were unable tA h nn(

wfre Mrs Ruth C. Dwelle, stenographer, Corozal Hospital; Eric

, I X w I """'. mi--- maiiun r. riencu, iciepnone operator, Electrical Division
John B. Morton, machinist. Railroad Division. vision,

Nine Cana
Certificates
Seven men and two women were
retired irom uie Canal organiza organization
tion organization uu'nng the month of August
and were presented with retire retirement
ment retirement ccrtiticates signed by Gov.
W. E. Potter. Three of the men
had completed more than 32 years
of Canal service.
The names of those retiring,
their positions and the amount ol
Canal service they had accumu accumulated
lated accumulated follow:
Lt. Stariord L, Churchill, fire
lieutenant Eire Division; 33 years
and 29 days.
William Coffy, signalman, Navi Navigation
gation Navigation Division; 32 years, six
months and 17 days.
Mrs. Ruth C. Dwelle. steno stenographer,
grapher, stenographer, Corozal Hospital; 17
venrs, nine months and 21 days.
Eric A. Fagerberg, marine
machinist, Industrial Division; 18
years, nine months and nine daysT
Mrs. Marion F. French, tele telephone
phone telephone operator, Electrical Divi Division;
sion; Division; 18 years, two months, and
27 days.
John K. Morion, machinist, Rail Railroad
road Railroad Division; 3G years, 11 months
and 19 days.
Pvobert E. Rogers, locomotive
engineer, Railroad Division; 17
years, four months, and 23 days.
John F. Shannon, lead foreman,
Maintenance Division; 18 years,
four months, and 15 days.
Albert L. Taylor, chief towboat
engineer, 'Navigation Division; nine
years,, six months, and 22 days.
Churchill was born in Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, Mass. and was employed by
the Canal organization in 192(i as
a probationary fireman at 'Balboa.
He became a regular member o!
the Fire Division the following
year and in 1928 was transferred
to the Cristobal District where he
has been ever since.
On the Atlantic side he has been
stationed at Gatun and Margar -ta
and recently has been supervi supervisor
sor supervisor of the Cocc Solito Fire Sta Station.
tion. Station. He was promoted to Fire
Sergeant in 1941 and has held the
rank of Fire Lieutenant since
1956. He and Mrs. Churchill are
leaving the Isthmus early in Sep September
tember September and plan to travel before
deciding where they will live.
Coffy is a native of Portsmouth
Va., and served -nine years in the
U.S. Navy. He was employed by
the Canal in 1927 as a seaman in
the Marine Division in Balboa and
was made a signalman in the
same Division the following year.
He has been Stationed at the La
Pita signal station for a number
of years. He and Mrs. Coffy ex ex-nect
nect ex-nect lo make their future home
in Florida.
Mr. Dwell was born In Sa Salem,
lem, Salem, Mass. and was employed
by tha Canal at tha beginning
of World War II as a clerk in
the X-ray department at Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Hospital. She as later
transferred to Cororal Hospital
as a stenographer and has. been
there ever since. Mrs. Dwelle,
wilh her husband Roy Dwelle,
also a retired Canal employe,
plans to remain on the Isthmus.
Fagerberg, also a New England
er, was born in Middlcboro, Mass.
He served with the U.S. Navv
during the first World War and
was employed by the Canal in
1940 as a machinist in the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal shops. All of his service
since that time has been with the
Industrial Division in Cristobal
where he has been
marine
Kmachinist since 1957.
Fagerberg is leaving the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus on the Panama liner A neon
Aug. 29 and will travel in the
northern stales before going to
Florida, where he may remain
permanently.
Mrs. French is a native of Porl
Chester, N.Y. and came to the
Islhntus in 1917. She was employ employed
ed employed the same year as a telephone
operator in the Electricaj Division

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in Balboa and later worked in
Cristobal and Peo.ro Miguel.
She left the Canal service ;n
1921 and was reemployed in 1944
as a telephone operator in the
communications branch in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal where she remained up until
her retirement.
Mrs. French will accompany her
husoand, Merwin A. French, to
California where they plan to
make their home in Hawthorne.
French retired two months ago
from his position as Supervisory Supervisory-Marine
Marine Supervisory-Marine Traffic Controller in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Mirton was born in Cedar Ra Rapids,
pids, Rapids, Iowa, but came to the Can Canal
al Canal Zone with his family in 1919.
His lather, B. A. Morton, was em employed
ployed employed in the former Marine Di Division.
vision. Division. He held several vacation jobs
with the Ca"al and became an
apprentice in the Cristobal gar garage
age garage in 1925. After completing
his apprenticeship in 1928 he re remained
mained remained in the transportation
garage in Crisiobal. He was
transferred to the Mechanical
Division as a Machinist in 1940
and was made a locomotive
machinist in 1947. For the past
nine years he has worked in the
Panama Raiiroad Division rour)
house on both sides of the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. He and Mrs. Morton have left
for the United States and are un undecided
decided undecided where they will make
Iheir home.
Rogers was born in Prince, W.
Va., and served with the U.S. Na Navy
vy Navy i.n World War I. He was an em employe
ploye employe of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad for 25 years as a loco locomotive
motive locomotive engineer and fireman be before
fore before he came to the Canal Zone
in 1942 as a locomotive engineer
with the Panama Railroad sta stationed
tioned stationed in Balboa. He has held this
position ever since. He and Mrs.
Rogers plan to live in Miami
Florida.
Shannon is a native of Bonne
Terre, Mo., and served with the
U.S. Army during the first World
War. He came to the Isthmus in
1941 with the fylacDonald and G.
Tarlton Construction Company and
was employe shortly after by thx
canal as a construction foreman
it Pedro Miguel.
He worked on both sides of the
Isthmus with the former Munici
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and;
pal Division and during recent
years has been Lead Foreman oi
Public Works in the Maintenance"
Division. He and Mrs. Shannon -plan
to remain on the Isthmus foT,
the present.
Taylor was born in New York"
uty. He was employed by th
canal organization in 1945 as a
steam engineer in the Dredgin
Division and remained with that
unit until 1947. He was reemploy reemployed
ed reemployed in the same position in 1951 and
in 1953 was transferred to the Fer Fer-ry
ry Fer-ry Service. He has been a chief
towboat engineer since 1952
. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are leav leaving
ing leaving in September for New York
ind will probably make their fu future
ture future home in Florida.
ALL TOGETHER. NOW j
Pigtailed Italian Diane D'Este, t
26, disdains her, beauty. Sh!
couldn't care less if people)1
compare her with Erigitte Bar Bar-dot.
dot. Bar-dot. But she was proud when
French President Charles d
Gaulle thanked her by letter
for- a copy of her 64-page book,
"Peace and Prosperity." It's ft
crusade lor world harmony.
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