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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Ike Assured Of Macs Support

For Firm Hand With Mr. K
LONDON, Aug. 31 (UP) ) President Eisenhower today ended the second round of
top secret Allied Cold War talks assured of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan's support
for a "firm but flexible" hand in dealing with Russia's Nikita S. Khrushchev.
Macmillan's backing was coupled with a previous vote of confidence from West Ger German
man German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. It placed Eisenhower in a strong position for his
talks with Italian and French leaders when he goes to Paris Wednesday.
The President and Macmillan completed a weekend of intensive discussions and
beaded back to London today from the Prime Minister's Chequers estate.
Police were prepared to cope with another overwhelming popular demonstration for
Eisnhower on the drive through the heart of the capital to visit a World War II memorial
chapel for American dead at St. Paul's Cathedral.

K Tonigbt the President and Prime
" Minister were expected to disclose
K the world in an unprecedented
joint radio-television appearance
lome details of their weekend
talks.
It was expected their chat be before
fore before the eye end ear of the
world public would have the
greatest audience since .Queen
Elizabeth ll's coronatiin.
Before going on the air, Eisen
hower agreed to receive Spanish
foreign minister Fernando Maria
CastieUa. He was reliably report reported
ed reported bringing the President an in
yitation from Generalissimo Fran
eisco Franco to visit Spain.
Eisenhower and Macmillan held
I series of conferences Saturday
Mid yesterday with their foreign
ministers and a small group c
top advisers at Chequers.
They discussed the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming Eisenhower- Khru s h c h e v
meetings, the Communist drive
against the free world, means of
Strengthening Nato, disarma disarmament,
ment, disarmament, Western defense, nuclear
test ban negotiations, the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming United Nations General
Assembly meeting and the Red
Chinese threats against Lao and
India's northern frontier.
Virtually no details of the talk?
were"? disclosed by Eisenhower's
and Macmillan's press officers and

tbr was a near-revou iai nigjji

Jiave come here to cover the meet

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tag tag-Other
Other tag-Other reliable diplomatic sources
disclosed the two had reached
broad agreement on a "firm but

Senators Suggest That Khrushchev
Speak To Joint Session Of Congress
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (IPD Two Senators, bucking the
lentiment of many of their colleagues, suggest that Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita Khrushchev be invited to address a joint session of
the House and Senate.
The touchy issue mushroomed mto a ma.ior headache last
week when it began to appear possible thai Congress would not
be able to adjourn before Khrushchev arrives Sept. lo. The law lawmakers
makers lawmakers had hoped to avoid the question jby closing up shop be-
Cn!a loader o-pts here.

(Ore liic vv.
John 'J. Sparkman (B
m.mhnr nf the Senate
Sens.
Ala.)
Fnroi'en Relations Committee, and
Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.) said yes yesterday
terday yesterday Khrushchev should be in invited
vited invited to speak to the Senate and
House. -''
Sparkman said he could not re recall
call recall any visiting head of sta.e
who had not received such an in invitation.
vitation. invitation.
"If that is the tradition, if that
Is the rule, then by all means I
should think the visiting head of
any government should be so in in-viled,"
viled," in-viled," Sparkman said in a tele television
vision television intervieu (Face the Nation Nation-CBS).
CBS). Nation-CBS). Sparkman said the decision was
up to the Democratic leadership
of Congress.
House Democratic leader
John W. MeCormack (Mass.)
has strongly opposed asking
Khrushchev to speak to Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Senate Democratic lead leader
er leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.)
has said it was the administra administration's
tion's administration's responsibility to initiate
such an invitation.
Chairman J. William Fulbright
(D-Ark.) of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee is among the
congressmen who have said
Khrushchev should be asked to
speak to the lawmakers.
The
Judge's Bench
Samuel L. Northrup, 40-year-old
American on brief shore leave
forfeited $10 bail to Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today when he failed
to appear on an intoxication
charge. The seaman was arrested
In the Pier 18 area but released
after posting bail.
John E. Vogel. 40. American,
was fined $15 for driving 40 In a 30
mnh nne on La Bruia Road.
A afivear-old Argentinian. Julio
la Plaza, was fined $20 for reck reckless
less reckless driving after he ran his panel
truck off the road on Thatcher
lliehway.

Samuel E. Urrutia, Jr 17, "an
amanian. was assessed $t0 for op operating
erating operating his motor scooter in the
Canal tone without a C.Z. opera operator'!
tor'! operator'! license.
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CFN Radio To Air
Ike-Mac Address
At 7 This Evening
The joint address of President
Eisenhower and British Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan in
which the two western leaders
are expected to disc ose some
results of their weekend meet meetings
ings meetings will be carried over CFN
radio at 7 this evening it was an announced
nounced announced today.
flexible" line to be taken when the
President exchanges visits with
Khrushchev.
They were said to have agreed
that the President take a firm
stand on basic principles while in indicating
dicating indicating the West's readiness to
negotiate toward a Cold War settle settlement.
ment. settlement. In addition to a pissible Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting they were said to
have agreed that the West should
press for other conferences with
the Soviet Union on lower levels
on specific Issues such as disar disarmament
mament disarmament a nuclear test ban.
Thai, foulintf urue thot gs Inner sm

Uhoro ic loco lrphnnH nf vMont ar-
tion by the Soviets.
The sources said the two were in
close agreement on situations in
the Middle and Far East.
Javits said he could see no
'.i;irm in inviting Khrushchev to
ariress a joint session oi ion ion-trss
trss ion-trss Up said i' tnipht he valua
ble for members to see what the
Soviet boss looks and sound like.
Javits said he thought congress
men Would snub him but I tninK
hey wculd sl ow up."
The Stae Department an announced
nounced announced today that Khrushchey
will be accompanied on his vi visit
sit visit to the United States by his
wife, two daughters, one son
and a son-in-law.
Tho Tlpnartmrnt annnnnenmpnt
said Mrs. Nina Pctrovina Khrush
chev, the Premier's wife, had ac accented
cented accented the invitation of President
Eisenhower to accompany her
husband when he comes here
Sept. 15.
The department reported that
President Eisenhower was in informed
formed informed of the acceptancs in Lon London.
don. London. The announcement added that
Khrushchev's son-in-law. wlo is
the editor of the Soviet News
paper Izvestia, will also be ac
credited as a correspondent ior
covering the visit for his news
paper.
In his announcement, State De Department
partment Department spokesman Lincoln
White said:
"The Department of State has
learned with pleasure that in
response to the invita.ion of
the President, Mrs. Nina Pe Pe-trovna
trovna Pe-trovna Khrushchev will ac accompany
company accompany chairman Khrushchev
on his visit to the United States.

Church Tower Ghost Emerges From

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPI)
A Chinese student from Singa Singapore,
pore, Singapore, clad only in tattered shorts
and shoes, was found veter 'iy
cowering in a church tower attic
which had been his home for al almost
most almost four years.
The student, Cheng Guam Lim,
28, said he had not talked to a
single human being since the day
in November 1955, when he climb climbed
ed climbed into the tower of the Fir?
Metlnw;ist Church of Ann Arbor.
He had cho'-r,n tin life of a
nermii in the middle of bustiiv;
university cify rather than th-'
shame of f i'l-ire at the Univer University
sity University of Micl.igan and return to nis
family in Singapore, he said.

Eisenhower and Macmillan the'
took off last evening on a sur surprise
prise surprise sightseeing tour of the an ancient
cient ancient university town of Oxford.
They joined lines of other Sun Sunday
day Sunday motoriests on the main Ox Oxford
ford Oxford road, giving no one notice
of their plans and making no
advance security preparations.
This weekend's ''little summit"
talks were held naMlv in the nri.

ence of the Western leaders' for foreign
eign foreign ministers and top officials
and partly in completely private.
Eisenhower and Macmillan were
reported to have taken another
look at the West's latest disarm disarmament
ament disarmament Proposals in nrpnaratinn
for possible resumption of East-
west disarmament talks later this
year.
The sources said the President
and prime minister found thpm.
selves in close agreement on the
situation in ootn the Middle Eas'
and Far East, where the Com Communis
munis Communis have recently been ap
plying additional pressure.
British sources disclosed that
Macmillan indicated to Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower that Britain no lonser intpnric
to exert any pressure on the United
states to recognize Red China or
)?dmit it to the United Nations.
Britain will back the United
States in blocking China's admit,
tion.' at the forthcoming, B?raf
assemorr meering in septeiixf
ber, the sources said.
The two leaders also were said
to have agreed that the non-Communist
world must step up its ef efforts
forts efforts on the economic front to bat battle
tle battle the Soviet drive in under-developed
and neutral countries.
They also were reported to have
agreed to aim at freer trade poli policies
cies policies and greater economic cooper cooperation
ation cooperation with other countries.
Macmillan's and Eisenhower's
sightseeing tour gave them an
additional two hours of complete
privacy for their talks in their
closed Rolls Royce limousine.
Earlier yesterda, White House
press chief James C. Hagerty ap appeared
peared appeared to knock down a rash of
British press reports that Eisen-
iiower may ily to India.
The speculation developed fol following
lowing following announcement that Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower would met herp tnm nrrnu;
with Mne. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit,
sister of Indian Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru and Indiar
high commissioner to London.
Hagerty denied a report that
Eisenhower might go on to In India
dia India in the near future. He le
open, however, a possibility that
the President might go to India
following his trip to Russia.
Daylight Street
Murine, Thefts
Sill! Increasing
Police authorities indicated to today
day today that daylight rohberies and
thefts were on the upswing in Pa Panama
nama Panama City.
Dispatches report the theft of
S90 from an employe of the Na National
tional National Assembly who was attack attacked
ed attacked Saturday as he fame out of
the Chase Manhattan Bank after
cashing a check.
The same day a Central Avenue
businessman was robbed of his
watch and pen when a thief slug slugged
ged slugged him at the back of the neck.
Clothesline thefts and burglaries
were also reported from suburban
Betania over the weekend.
In Chorrera thieves broke into
the homes of Dr. Casco Diaz and
Jack Ryan and made off with some
$400.
Cheng sle,pt by cay on the floor
ot a cubby-hole high above the
ci.urch. By night, he prowled the
(i.urch grounds, living off scraps
of food and garbage found out out-sico
sico out-sico the rectory kitchen.
During winter, he walked ir
s'i'ts so is not to leave footprints
in tne snow. Cheng said. He wore
t,loves so as not to leave finger fingerprints.
prints. fingerprints. When he wasn't prowling,
lie skipped rope in the attic to
stay in shape or read books
fi'rhed from Ihe church pews.
The stubby slills, jump rope and
ivo pairs of gloves were Cheng's
only possessions outside of liis
clothing and a few blankets. They
were loumd wiW

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SPEED csrme to the Interior wday wfren this nippy Beechcraft today inaugurated a 32-minul.'
daily service between Panama and Chitre a dusty, bone-shaking five hour journey by chivn
Pilot Alohso Valderrama (left) and Panama's air safety chief Juan Mas talk over the new serv service
ice service just after Valderrama brought a full load of passengers into Paitilla Airport.

Papal Nuncio Shortens
Vacation; Heads For Haiti

VATICAN CITY, Aug. 31--(UP)
The Papal Nuncio to Haiti has
cut short his vacation and is re returning
turning returning to Port au Prince in an ef effort
fort effort to solve a serious state-church
crisis, Vatican sources said today.
They said the Nuncio, Msgr. Do Do-menico
menico Do-menico Enrici, was sailing from
Two Jailed For Day
Walking On Highway
Turn Panamanians todav were
sentenced to spend one day in jail
paeh fnr creatine a puolic nui
sance on Thatcher Highway early
Saturday evening.
Samnpl A Romero. 31. and Abel
Cantera, 27, said they had been
put off a chiva lor tignuni? ana
rrpatine a disturbance and were
trying to get back to town.
But a Canal Zone policeman ssid
he arrested them walking in the
middle of the highway, mocking
nassa ftp nf a half dozen motorists,
including the traffic patrolman.
Romero said he naa Deen ceie ceie-hrarini
hrarini ceie-hrarini o pood deal but neither
he nor Cantera had any explana
tion for obstructive course.
Hnmpro had been out of iail on
bond since Sunday afternoon. Both
were ordered by the tsaiDoa iviag iviag-istrate
istrate iviag-istrate to spend one more day in
jail.
Teenage Murderer
Of Paua Ouintero
Held In RP Jail
Confessed teenage slayer Silvano
Ward will be held in jail instead
of at the Minor's Court, it was re revealed
vealed revealed today.
Authorities consider the 17 year year-old
old year-old youMi. who killed Panamanian
maid Paul Caballero a week ago
yesterday when she discovered
him lurking in the backyard of a
Golf Heights home, is too danger dangerous
ous dangerous to be kept in the building pro
vided by the court for delinquent
minors.
Because of his age, Ward's case
will have to be handled by the
Children's Court presided over by
Mrs. Clara Gonzalez Behringer.
District Attorney Angel Vilelio
de Gracia's findings' in the case
and Ward's confession have been
sent to Mrs. Behr'nger for ?tudy
and disposition.
In addition to the murder. Ward
has confessed to commiting some
40 robberies in the Golf Height
area.
Police Lt. Harold Olsen said
Cncng "looked like a wild man"
whert a flashlight picked him ou
hiding in the tower rafters at 6
km
Despite his years of loneliness
ano privation, Olsen said, Cheng
talked like a rational and intel
ligent man and was in good healtl
The story of his isolation and
discovery sounded like an old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned ghost story with a mod
em, private detective story ending.
For months, the pastor of the
church had heard strange noises
at night.' So had members nr the
choir. Doors opened and closed
when they shouldn't. Things went

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Naples lonight aboard the Italian
liner Saturnia and was due in New
York Sept. 12 and in Port au
Prince Sept. 14.
The sources said Msgr. Enrici
conferred Thursday with Haitian
ambassador to the Holy See Anto Antonio
nio Antonio T. Kebreua.
The church-slate crisis erupted
Aug. 21 when Haitian authorities
ordered the arrest of Roman Cath Catholic
olic Catholic ArcJishjJBjl "anpois PoirieY
rwr-aigiW f.r'feing in politics.
' "Within hours ol" the order, the
Vatican warned forcefully that the
Archbishop's arrest would bring
automatic excommunication the
church's gravr.t spiritual punish punishmentfor
mentfor punishmentfor all authorities responsi responsible.
ble. responsible. Haitian authorities that same
day suspended the arrest order
"pending a Vatican commentary
regarding the respective rights of
the state and church."
Attempts to solve the crisis have
since been going on quietly Vati Vatican
can Vatican sources said the Holy See has
not yet been able to evaluat" fuels
fully because it has not received a
promised official report from tli"
Haitian government.
Union Leader Srs
(ut-WMttninn 'ob
Talks Continuing
Rogelio Guillen, president of Pa
nama's' Heavy Equipment Opera Opera-'or's
'or's Opera-'or's and Mechanics Union, said
oday he had ordsred union mem members
bers members to return to their Cut-widen
ing jobs with Merritt-Chapman
Scott Corp. while the group's "nc "nc-goatiations
goatiations "nc-goatiations continue" with the con contractor.
tractor. contractor. Guillen led 14 men in a walk-out
last Thursday when the contractor
rejected their demands for higher
vages and "improved working con
ditions."
AH of the $100-a-wcek equipment
operators attempted to return to
their jobs Saturday morning but
nine, including Guillen were de denied
nied denied re-employment by the com company.
pany. company. Meanwhile F. M. Esiclones, pro.
ict chief for Merritt-Chapman,
Saturday said thr walk-outs were
regarded as having quit their jobs
and the company alvesdy had be begun
gun begun replacing fchei 1 sirlones also
emphasized that a men work working
ing working on the job, whethe- US or non non-US
US non-US citizens have beer hired only
on an individual basis
No negotiations have been o- will
hp conducted with any group, he
added.

Rafters As Former Michigan U Student

Repeated searches failed to turn
up a trace of the ghosl of thr
First Methodist Church. The
church hired a firm of private
detectives to unravel the mystery,
hut they, too, were unsuccessful.
Saturday night, however, two of
the detectives saw the trap door
to the attic close. They climbed a
ladder to it, found it iocked shut,
and called in the city police.
Officers Richie Davis and Nor Norman
man Norman Olmstead, along with the
detectives, forced opened the trap
door early yesterday. They ros
sed a three-foot catwalk across
the rafters to a floored spare
The flickering flashlights picked
OK mm WMi

Bus Driver Loses
Street Tag Game
With Zone Police

A Canal Zone radio patrolman
j csicrday was forced to ,'csort to
a drawn pistol to halt .". Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian bus driver who ignored the
cop's first challenge.
Selvin Pottinger, 41 year old
Panamanian, was operating his
well-loaded bus in the Roosevelt
Ave. area when he was iirst chal challenged
lenged challenged by' the patrol car for a
routine driver's license check. But
Pottingei just continued on liis
merry way.
At this point the radio car took
off after the bus with siren and
flashing red signal light. Accord According
ing According to the cop's testimony, the bus
driver simply stepped on the ac accelerator
celerator accelerator a little harder.
Finally the cop pulled up to t he
loaded bus near the Balbna lire
slation and at gunpoint ordered the
bus halted.
Pottinger was found guilty this
morning, for at least the fil'iii time,
of oeprating his bus witho"! a Ca
nal Zone driver's license. The fine
was $10.
For reliefs driving when lie
fled the nol'ce rhallenn., Mag-
jiralp .ln''n E. Deminc ord -rf
i Pottinger In sp"nd 30 d: s in
jTrail's Wavside Shelter, all ex
I -inses paid.
Truck Sidevipes
Cor Near Arrai'an;
driver Loses Arm
An American resident of Pana Panama
ma Panama City was reported in imnnvd
condition today at Gorcas Hospital
following an auto accident Satur Saturday
day Saturday night in which he lost his left
arm.
.Joseph Canfield was returning
toward the Canal West Bank aboui
8:40 p.m. Saturday when he was
partially sideswiped by an out outbound
bound outbound truck on the National High Highway
way Highway near Nuevo Arrtrvfan.
Panama National Guard traffic
chief, Maj. Aristides Hassan, wa?
in the area at the time and ad administered
ministered administered emergency first aid as
well as arranging for emergency
admission of the wounded man to
Gorgas Hospital.
$100
Daniel Poveda, 46, Panamanian
was fined $100 today in Balboa
Magistrate's Court for drunken
driving in the Heights Road area
of the Canal Zone.
When it came time for Poveda
to surrendre his C.Z. driver';- li
cense a year's suspension is
customary in drunk dr'vin: con
victions it appeared thi defend
ant did not have such a doeument
For not havin git, he was fined an
additional $10.
' basket containing a few scraps
'i! food. But there was no hermit.
The officers sent their light
beams flashing around thf attic
and found Cheng squatting, mon
key-like, on one of the rafters.
Story Checks Out
His hair was matted his body
was filthy, and aside from his
shorts and shoes his only clothing
was a battered hat. But his eyes
were those of an intelligent being
who had followed the Orient "il
code Which says a man of honor
must never allow himself to 'lose
fare."
In 1951, Cheng had come to the
United States. Ironically, his spon
sor was Ut,jUv

nfo

We'll Try To Talk,
Not Fight Nehru
Tells Parliament
NEW DELHI, India, Aug. (UPl)-The Chinese Com Com-mumsts
mumsts Com-mumsts have made new invasions into the Siang and
Lohat division of India's North East Frontier Agency
region, unofficial reports here said today.
The reports aave no details of the nHeneA

siort by the Reds into India's

ri.me mmisrer jawanariai rsehru said that India would
try to solve its border problems with Communist China
by negotiation rather than war.
The unofficial reports said a few Indian frontier posts
close to the McMahon line have been lost. The McMahon
line is the vaguely defined border between India and its
northern neighbors.
There was no official confirmation of these, reports,
but the press trust of India, the Indian News Agency, car car-ried
ried car-ried a similar report. A foreign office spokesman' said
'We have no information" about the reports.
Meanwhile, more troops were being rushed to th
Nefa area to strengthen the border region.

The Indian newsoaDer Hindustan
Standard reported today Chinese
Communist troops have entered
the tiny Himalayan country of
Bhutan from Tibet.
There was no official coniivma coniivma-tioft'.)yJfhe
tioft'.)yJfhe coniivma-tioft'.)yJfhe liWi'M government but
other- reports said some resident
of Bhutan and neighboring Sikkim
State were fleeing in pank.
Chinese tommunist troops also
were reported to have clashed a a-gain
gain a-gain with Indian border guards in
the Northeast Frontier Agency.
The reports said several Indians
were killed and a number of in injured
jured injured were being airlifted to safety-
Again thert was no confirma confirmation
tion confirmation but persistent reports said
tht Chinst Communists bad
turnod Tibtt into an armod
camp.
Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Xehru alreaay has dispatched In Indian
dian Indian army reinforcements toward
Hi o Til-ioliin hnrrlrr with N'nrlhpm
Inaia on!both flanks of Sikkim and j
Bhutan.
Thcv were reported empowered
to
shoot if necessary io drive back
on,-i-natiin(i T'liinncp
who have
clashed with Indian border guards
on Indian soil this summer.
The situation was becoming so
serious that even the Indian Com
munists issued a statement ex ex-nrcssing
nrcssing ex-nrcssing concern over the "unfor
lunate- incidents" on the border.
"There cannot be two opinions that
1 1. ..-; .si int nnrtr nf nil'
i iii" i v 1 1 i'u i,i "'" -"v
country must be safeguarded," it
.aid.
The Dalai Lama, spiritual and
temporal ruler of Tibet who is
living in exile in India, issued a
statement yesterday appealing
for a United Nations "verdict"
on the Communist Chinese take takeover
over takeover of his homeland.
There were reports he would go
lo New York himself to present his
case to the general assembly
which opens Sept. 15.
The Hindustan Standard said,
"It's reliably learned that Chinese
troops have entered Bhutanese ter territory.
ritory. territory. Detailed reports are await awaited
ed awaited by the intelligence branch of
the government. Previous report
of massing Chinese troops well
equipped with modern arms have
been confirmed."
Several Indian border g-iards
were killed or injured when Chin Chinese
ese Chinese Communists troops again en entered
tered entered the Northeast Frontier Agen Agency
cy Agency Area of Assam State, it wa3 re reported
ported reported yesterday.
Reports reaching New Delhi
and Calcutta from tho wild and
nearly Inaccessible mountainous
pastor of the First Methodist
church.
The Singapore Chinaman studied
first at Albion College and then
transferred to the University of
Michigan. When Cheng began get getting
ting getting failing marks in 195S, he
decided to disappear.
Police said Cheng's story check
ed out. Records showed that a
University of Michigan student by
his name had been reported miss missing
ing missing in November, 1955. No one,
amarently. had laid eyes on him
since then until yesterday police
said.
Pending further investigation.
Cheng was held In Washtenaw
County Jail for immigration ot

border area. They came as
arta said border guards injured
in fighting with Red troops on
Thursday wtro being airlifted to
hospitals in mora civilizod areas.
The entire Northeast frontier
Agency NEFA area was' 'under
control of M&i&ttax.jmmi
Prime Muyster Jawaharlal Nehru
ordered to mov in to relievt" bor border
der border guards who were unable to
cope with Communist rhino.o r-.,.
es entering India from Tibet ver
me past two month!.
The Chinese were reported rush rushing
ing rushing more troops and munitions un under
der under cover of darkness to the Ne-la-Sikkim-Bhutan
border in Ti Tibet.
bet. Tibet. Tibet is now under martial
law.
In Mussourie, India, the exi'ed
Dalai Lama released a signed
statement in which he called on
the United Nations and "all the ci civilized
vilized civilized people of the world to lend
their fullest support to our cause
iui ireeoom.
The young god-king said that
since the Communist Chinese
suppression of the Tibetan revolt
last March, "tho sufferings of
my people are beyond descrip description."
tion." description." "In these circumstances I have,
no other alternative than to ap ap-peal
peal ap-peal to the United Nations for the
verdict of the peace-loving peopia
and conscientious nations of the.
world," the Dalai Lama said.
i -j.-., tu,uj m reiping W,T
said to be "in touch with aulhori'
,ies" about the Chinese inriir-sir.ni
l ie Indian envoy in Peiping wnj
jv. iiivLii. iMUiia
iuss me ooroers of India and
her protectorates, but he his so
far received "no satisfactory r
ply.
Despite tho strained relations
between the two government!,
however, foreign office spokes,
men said India will continue to
press for United Nations mem.
bershlp for Communist China, at
India still believes China do do-serves
serves do-serves such membership.
Meanwhile the Indina army
rushed more troops to the troubled
border areas, where it was report report-ed
ed report-ed Chinese troops were still in pos possession
session possession of two Indian outposts.
It was also reported from Kat Katmandu
mandu Katmandu that the Indian nrninntm.
ate of Nepal had rushed troops to
1 1 ft Jiuf.an Doraer.
Soldiers sent into the rugged a a-rea
rea a-rea have been instructed to shont
at the Communists if neetxtmirv
Nehru told parliament the meas measure
ure measure was taken because India must
stand up fnr its "territorial rights
and integrity."
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KNOW YOUR LOAF

BIT

W have seen a lot about these Know Your Brewery" tours,

Which how abou: extending the tour idea to the Blue Star milk plant,
n- inct.nce nri the Pan Ideal hakerv? There are many of us who

ire interested in seeing the conditions under which our milk
Ice cream and bread are. prepared. Not everyone drinks beer

everyone eats.

By ROBERT C. RUARK
1 presume tuat somebody wili
.".nd an excuse for this,smiling
reep. r.ut.j Bloe.h, lo'spen.i a

happy old age in a quiet sanc sanc-Loai
Loai sanc-Loai .. u .u re tie will unuouuted unuouuted-ly
ly unuouuted-ly be made a trusty, because the
an mus be nuis or no wouldn't
go around laughing about kill kill-jig
jig kill-jig pcopie he cioesn t really know
intimately.
I mean, you got to say that a
happy killer ii more than mild mildly
ly mildly ih,:m','. and so i suppoc on
shove him in the criminal ward
of I ho laughing academy, and
thereby grant him a heavenly so social
cial social se.-unty surrounded by flow flowers,
ers, flowers, trees, and fences Other
leople have saved money for
less luxury.

I Gotta Go Now and See How the Other Half Lives"

but

Tours.

COSTLY ECONOMIES

Sir:

Management has com up with another operating economy of
$75,000 a vear in closing the Diablo Retail Store. This looks attrac attractive
tive attractive with the elimination of the 25 employes at Diablo, plus rent,
maintenance and trucking
Let's look at the overall picture from the employe s standpoint.
Wt are the ones that have to ray all costs.
We heard this saving song sung when the Ancon Store was
closed. Monev was spent to "improve services" and we were herd
ed to Balht.a like a bunch of cattle. Now the same thing only on a
larger scale; $100,000 for 5000 square feet of floor space two more
hopping lanes to replace Diablo); $88,000 for air conditioning (prob (prob-ibly
ibly (prob-ibly with a gesture to economy by eliminating moisture control, as
In the Admin Building) and $20,000 for a new office and record room
In the Balboa Service Center to give "better after hours accommo accommodations"
dations" accommodations" (but with more duplication I.
The Clothing Annex Is to be torn down and moved to the top
floor across the street with an added passenger elevator and park parking
ing parking where the Annex now stands (no estimated cost given).
Yet in the long-range planning a three story building is conlem
plated on the Annex site to include the Balboa Service Center and
parking where the Center now stands (probably with a new swim swimming
ming swimming pool, stadium and parking for same, to have adequate park
ing for the new Center).
The moving of the Diablo Post Office will be an added cost and

another inconvenience.
Practically all of these "improved services to cut operating rx
penses" cost us double plus interest with the double entry system
in accounting.
Improvements (Capital Investments) are made mostly out of
profits. Then we pay for them again by depreciating them over a
period of years with interest.
The same, I believe, applies to the livability program in our
housing. SupDorting services must now recover all costs, but since
depreciation is a business bonus, why are employes charged this
bonus? I believe it is added cost even if an approved accounting
procedure. We have already paid for it once.
Now hack to the Diablo Slore. What other company could af afford
ford afford to close a profitable branch store to cut operating expenses by
forcing customers to their main store'' Competition would open a
store in the locality and furnish the services an accommodations
desired.
The suggestion at the Diablo Town Hall Meeting to start a Co r-p
hassjnerit. 5 company like the A & P and Pennys might be in interested
terested interested in backing us.
'ijjCfosing Diablo, 1 venture, will cost us all more monev with less
sendee and the loss of conveniently located shopping facilities. Can
iix-day operation of Balboa be accomplished with the 25 employes
now operating Diablo'' Possibly it can be accomplished without
them on a six and two thirds hours a day, or by using Service Cen Cen-tiejt1
tiejt1 Cen-tiejt1 (accommodations on Mondays.
Mr We can have any shopping hours we want, not to exceed 40 hours

-ereek. Then the additional cost to employes for gas, oil, car up up-keen,
keen, up-keen, shoes, inconvenience and time spent to shop in Balboa, plus
finding a place to park. (More business for Ihe Companv though).
This also applies to contemplated consolidations on the Atlantic
tide.
If management is realh' on the ball in holding down costs, why
the constant shifting of stock'' What did it cost td change the bread
wrappers0 Was there any thing wrong with the counters that were
torn out trit a coat of paint wouldn't fix?
Whoever notices the display windows installed in th" Houseware
Annex, except the Panamanian merchants' These window displays
and other sales boosting incentives probably are necessary where
there is competition, hut down here with the monopoly its added ex expenses
penses expenses takes up valuable floor snare. These selling aids are recom recommended
mended recommended in the trade paoers and manager seminars, hut i hat is
where plain old fashioned horse sense comes in. You don't get it
from lectures or books.
This $75,000 saving in oDerating costs does not add up in actual
savings any more than a lot of similar "ADplied Economic5'' th
Executive Planning Staff has recommended the last few years with
other consolidations, moves and elimination of services.
If all this money was not spent for "Improvements" (Capital In Investments)
vestments) Investments) the company would not he progressive, hut rising prices
might be held or even lowered. But if the staff doesn't come up
with something new in their evaluation of the different procedures
It couldn't justify its existence. Ed Doolan and John Hollen put sat satellites
ellites satellites in orbit long before the Russians did.
The Civic Councils are elected representation with no power, esi
pecially when no interest is shown in attending Town Hall Meetings,
where views can be expressed and presented to the powers that be
with the backing of numbers (If you are not against it vou are for
It).

i Organized labor's hands have heen tied by laws requested by
i the Canal Administration and sponsored by shipping lobbyists. The
i Interpretation as to the intent of these laws has to be enforced, eVen

If they practically amount to legal extortion tn eliminate shippers'
costs with addded costs to employes, treaty obligations included.
What ran we do to stop this constant devaluation of our controll controlled
ed controlled economy with the elimination of accommodations, services and
ever-deteriorating working hours and conditions in this accountants'
paradise? For years the only way PanCanal employes have been

t1 able to get all thev were entitled to was to hire a lawver and sue
for it.
J Here is my plan: T don't see how we ran miss:
Each employed Pan Canal Employe contribute $20 or more if
t needed to hire a lawyer of William S. Tyson's caliber to represent
J us. Others could also contribute as they would also benefit. Then
In court we would see whether supporting activities are not appur-
J tenances pertaining to the operation of the Canal. Bill 841 state;:
"Tolls shall be set as near as applicable to rover the cost of the

Deration of the Canal and the appurtenances pertaining therein."
We might even be able to sue and recover assessments made under
the present interpretation of the law. If we won. tolls revenue would
pay the interest, repatriation, depreciation, home leave, retirement
and other corporate costs now reflected in supporting services prices.
It would take a new law to stop the recovery of all costs for our
housing. This should not be difficult after the appurtenance verdict,
which I believe can only be in our favor Think it over.
The Civic Councils or the Central Labor Cnion could handle this
without organizing another Citizens Committee. Let's get started.
Gat i toff Ourbacks

My personal opinion, in which

and I have been aided and abetted

uy a man named J. Erig-r Ho Hoover
over Hoover for many a year, is that if
there is enm there should be
punishment, and killing people is
a crime.
Because you call yourself nuts
is not really an excise, mi fir
as the corpse can unders'.and it,
and sn ,ar as any. boir1 of psy psychiatrists
chiatrists psychiatrists is concerned, there has
heen no precise measurement of
just how insane a murderer has
been at the time he committed
his murders.

There has never been an exact
measurement of exactly how
sane is a psychiatrist at the
time he was pronouncing some someone
one someone insane in front of a jury.
1 take a stuff v view of neople

going around killing people. II

am against death mile s it 's
warranted, and it so seldom is.
even in a w-" And I think un unpeople
people unpeople who kill people, especially
rrMui'ousiv, should be killed
right back, nuts or non-nuts.
Hoover would share m" view
that understanding of a murder murderer's
er's murderer's motives is not goo'1 eno'irh
for the corpse when the sun
forever set' and the birds no
more sing. There is little sympa sympa-hv
hv sympa-hv for a ''-rrierer from the chap
in the casket.

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Merry-Go

Round

y DRIW PIAMON

Mad dOjjs are mere;lesslv
tinguished. I see no reason
Ihis should not app i
people if they are guilty of
crime of murder.

There can be extenuating cir
cumslances to a s.:im;,
house thief, sav. or the een'lo

ex
why
i
the

man you tmd m Ihe
with your fair lady
thP likes of this horrible
Bioeth, there is nothing
ed better than a rope
chair.

boidnr
but r

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the

NEW YORK
By LEE

CONFIDENTIAL
MORTIMER

up in

nvr

Offhand this would apnlv ar
well to the latest little gem of
penlulame. ;he six-foo' -s.x i n c h
child named William Bost who
stuck a fatal shiv into a linear linear-old
old linear-old girl because "she said some
bine that col me 'i, 1 and so
I had to stick her." He stuck

ii I ;uiiii, ,ui'l t ; 'in yl

never have a babv or walrh (he

mnonliohi's tracerv on tiie water

She's dead.

Now what do we rb w:(h thr
overgrown monster? Forgive Km"'
Parole him into :lir s'oilv

a scoutmaster? Lock him
in insane a.-vhim

He can be charged with

ler. 1 s.'i" V ,i ., ; ..
as senseless a mo:ivc for killing
'hn ijfi jo n -he featherei chn r
with the likes of the laic, a n o
largely unlaniented, Charles'; ir'
weather. W! erever Hell's located,
maybe the boys can sit on the
"ri'l and swap jokes about how
he victim screamed.

I can t exnlam the epidemic of
enseless killing which seems to
mve fattened since the war am
-obody else has explained it,
i'her.
The young of this age have
'ess to be mad at V an an y
voung I can recall in his.nry,
ut by God. they po around kiil kiil-ng
ng kiil-ng each other and, worse than
ach other, innocent ?'rane;ers.
The Mosaic law was good
nough for the Biblical people,
nd I am getting tn be strirtlv

an eye-for-eye, tooth for t o o t'h
at. myself.
Thou shalt not kil' is a good

imc, ami ii nou no, me ineg is

at somebody ought to kill vou
right back as swiftly as possible,
ind with a minimum of senti sentiment
ment sentiment or excuse
T 11.

ii mis sounds narsh, I riuote

'he Bibl and ,1 Edgar Hoover as
my principal teachers.

WHAT WOULD YOU READ (If
T wasn'i here ) Susan Oliver with
sal ICneo at Patsy D'Amores Vil Villa
la Villa Capri in Hollywood one night
and nitery owner Gene Norniun
the next. .Anna Maria Alberglit't Alberglit't-ti
ti Alberglit't-ti with Sandy Mosk in Los Ange Angeles'
les' Angeles' Kowloon Restaurant. At an ad adjoining
joining adjoining table Buddy Bregman (re (re-iiieniijer
iiieniijer (re-iiieniijer him, Anna?) and Peggy
King. There was no table hop hopping.
ping. hopping. .Las Vegas Dunes' cuius
Del Page is what's keeping co comedian
median comedian Jack Carson away from
the tables. .Add to previous in intelligence:
telligence: intelligence: Jimmy Boyd is not on only
ly only taking care of "Best of Every Everything"
thing" Everything" star June Blair while Lind-

sa v Crosbv is in Vegas. He's also

rentinc CrosBv's apartment. .Of

all femme singNTwho appeared

with Andv Williams on his TV

shows, the only one he can't lor lor-get
get lor-get is Julie London. (His song is
"It's a rainy day when London's
out-a town.")

Nidds who's murder on 'em. (Anr'
who co-operates 100 percent wit.
Lie Armed Services Police.)

DEPT. OF FULLER EXPLANA EXPLANATION:
TION: EXPLANATION: I thought 1 made il clear
i.i my item about wide-open New
York that the police aren't to
blame. Our Finest are the finest.
As bad as Gotham is, it's s ill
the c'.eancst big city on earth.
What runs, runs in spite of the
cops. No one, least of all me, ob ob-iec'S
iec'S ob-iec'S to a gay town. I'm a night

owl and make my living writing
about affairs of the nigh'.. Chief
snuawk is gangsters, ex-criminals

and known hoods, operating pick

up and queer dives all over town

with apoarent immunity trom on

high. Honest policemen, and the

huge majority are, are helpless

They do (heir duty when allowed

to. The poice aren t Lie courts or

he liquor commission. Their re

ports are loo otten sneived or iosi

bv other authorities, and the ma

nv times thev do kno'ck oil dives

usually remain unpublicized. The

hoods lust have too mirh pow

er. They're immune. They

operate despite the best ctfor s ol

such great policemen as Manhat

tan West's Asst. Chief Inspector

matter of
FACT

i

ilr:

SCHOOL ASSIGNMENTS

I cannot eem to find out why the school officials have shifted

t lb pupil assignments. Maybe the answer cn come through the
' Mailbox.
According to the announcements from the Panama Canal Com-
pany and the Army's bus schedule, children from the Fifteenth Na-
val District are to attend Diablo Heights. One kid on my street stilt
thinks he Is going to Ancon, as he did last year, and I guess hit
mother thinks so too.
S But to further confuse matters, the Amador children are slated
1 to attend La Boca Annex. Why?
Getting children to school is so easy here that the parents don't
; hv any concern about where they go. All that ia necessary u to
dress the kids and shoo them off to the bus stop. The kids ge on,
aid the driver has the responsibility of getting them to the right
school.
J If the Canal Company is going to make a major shift of slndnt
placement, as it apparently has don with the Navy children, I wish
they would publicize it a bit more.
Wenderlna Mother

One of Russia's most famous
musicians and composers, Ni Ni-kolay
kolay Ni-kolay Andreevich Rimski Rimski-Korsakov,
Korsakov, Rimski-Korsakov, -was self-educated
In music but he was never
atisfled that he knew enough.
He forced himself to keep
studying every point-of musi musical
cal musical technique. For 11 years,
following his retirement from
the Russian navy in 1873, he
was Inspector of naval bands.
During the same period he
composed 15 operas, two of
which were "The Snow Maid Maiden"
en" Maiden" and "Le Coq d'Or."
T Enryclnpadla FrUnnnlcA

I GET AROUND (I'm dizzy or,
a merry-go-round): "Suzie Wong;
France Nuyen learning bongo at
the African Koom. .Tiniest dance
floor in town at In Boboli but not
too tiny for Anna Magnani, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Williams and Anita Ellis.
(Not a dance trio?). .Billy
Daniels, the guy they can't keep
down, following his Copa come comeback
back comeback with a turn at Concord this
weekend. I'll introduce him if 1
can stand. Edmund Adler, who
killed time in a concentration

tamp teaching other concentrees

to pai

moplal

me

troubles enough as it is?).

Zeppo Marx and starlet Barbara

Blakely a Holly woods ville item.

"Gypsy's" Marie Wallace and Ron
Ascher, the shoe tycoon (and

what's a tveoon?) at the Bon

Vivant. .Boxer Art Aragon dat

ing ex-Mrs. Dean Martin. ... A

token ot sable can make you a
Gable.

he new French Brasserie. .Ad

vice to gals: Life's a wonderful
splash if your guy's loaded witi
cash.

I LOVE MY WORK: (Do you ):
Alax Lotw Hying to Monte Car.o
for the weekend to visit Julia Dar Dar-vas
vas Dar-vas (of Darvas and Julia and de deliver
liver deliver Uie first copy of the Kapp re recording
cording recording of "The Troubadors at the
Viennese Lantern". .How come
Doris Duke didn't call the police
when her purse was snatched?
(Can't be bothered with tmies?)

. .The United States Neutrality
Act outlaws 'the organization in

mis counuy in iiiuiuiiy eycui-

WASHINGTON, Sen. Jack Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, leading Democratic candi candidate
date candidate for President, held a secret
dinner with newspapermen the
Other day, at whicl. he told them
that prominent Catholics are op opposing
posing opposing his nomination, and named
them. He said their opposition
stems from two reasons:
1. They don't want the Catholic
issue raised in a political camp campaign.
aign. campaign. 2. They don't want the Catholic
Church connec ed with the De

mocratic Party.

Kennedy named the leading Ca

tholics opposing him as Gov. Pat

Brown of California; Gov. David

Lawrence, first Catholic ever

sleeted governor of Pennsylvania;

Gov. Mike DiSalle of Ohio; and

Gov. Stephen McNichols of Colora

do.

Note: Lawrence has confided to

several friends that he is fearful

that Catholicism is a political
handicap. He figures he lost 100,-

000 votes because of it in Pennsyl

vania.
LABOR COMPROMISE
The Senate and House conferees
now sweating over a labor bill
may not know it yet but a deal
appears to be in the making which
should have them a lot of head

aches.
Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota has been selling Sen. Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson, the Democratic lead leader,
er, leader, on the idea of splitting the la labor
bor labor bill ino two parts.
One would deal with racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering only, and would be passed im immediately.
mediately. immediately. The second would deal with
amendments to the Taft-Hartley
Act and would be passed when the
Congress reconvenes either in
October or January. Johnson is
ready to give his personal word to
the Republicans that this second
bill would come up as an early
order of business.
What most people don't realize,

even including many members of
Congress, who voted for the Lan-drum-Griffin
bill, is that the Sen Senate
ate Senate bill is much tougher against
labor racketeering. Six titles of
the Senate bill deal with labor
racketeering and only the seventh

title wuh amendments to the Taft-

Hartley act.

The Landrum-Griffin bill passed

by the House, on the other- hand,
is much easier on labor racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering though tougher on union orga organization.
nization. organization. It would make it virtual virtually
ly virtually impossible for unions to organ organize
ize organize in the South.
Some congressmen are just
waking up to the fact that Jimmy

Moita is chortling over the Lan-

ackets committee had uneartneo.

evidence of bribes paid to union
officials through labor consultant!
and (tat bribery by employers
was just as bad as bribery by la-

oor. He demanded that employers

make a record of sucn payments
as provided in the Senate bill.

Harden still refused to budge.
The North Carolina congress
man also wanted to exempt em employers
ployers employers from testifying if they had
discussed evidence with their law lawyers.
yers. lawyers. This brought vigorous object objections
ions objections from Sen. Wayne Morse of
Oregon.
NEW FIFTH AMENDMENT
"The law of privilege does not
extend to the client," he remon remonstrated.
strated. remonstrated. "It only extends to the at attorney.
torney. attorney. I want the congressman
from North Carolina to know that
he is writing a Fifth Amendment
into this bill to protect employers."
The Issue was finally referred to
uie staff for further study.
Barden also refused to com compromise
promise compromise on the Landrum-Griffin
requirement that any union mem member
ber member could copy a complete list of
union members. Morse described
this as union-busting.
"The list of union membership is
sacred." he argued. "There are

presidents of internationals yfY.o
are not able to get the membership
listsof locals under them. AH it's
necessary for an employer to do is
nay one union stooge to get the
list and he can then proceed to
break up the union. Or one member
can sell the list to an advertising
agency for a merchandising camn camn-aign.
aign. camn-aign. Those lists are extremely
valuable.
House' conferees went off in the
corner of the room to whisper over
Morse's arguments, then came
back to ask that tie matter be
referred to the staff for study.
Next day the conferees agreed to
strike out the word 'copy" but
permit union members to inspect
membership ists instead,

,KilrienIam4 U Trf-" CTeSn&Jv? drum-Griffin bill nda predicting
ah at"WraariGK,T and awantw .'with the U.S. It also forbids U.S. that it will be so hard rm weaVer
to learn. (Hey haven't 1 citizens from serving in forces "-L'1 I?"',. n-!;

I'M A SCHMO (But not from
Kokomo): Nejla Ates, famed Tur Turkish
kish Turkish bel y-dancer who's been mis missing
sing missing for a year, back after a
South American tour (with no
Texas boy friends, either). .Mar .Marlon
lon .Marlon Brando wasn't with any of
those girls at the Water Wheel Inn.
All he had was an appetite. (What
a pair Njela and he'd make. How
come t.iey haven't found each

other.'). .Kay Carney, new

news director of Cinci '

WSAI spent months in the Cuban

hills with CaMro '': l
tell the world Fidel was a Red.
But no one .istcneu. ( i...,.. .;
, ."Baby" Pignateri (and v!ia! v!ia!-ever
ever v!ia!-ever became of him?) is credited
by informers with a new love:
Jackie Lane, the English starlet
who prefers royally. .Marty Kim Kim-meH
meH Kim-meH (Gloria De Haven's ex) and
TV's Dotty Mack, a parlez-two at

planning attacks on friendly
states. Why isn't it being applied
against those Americans who
joined the Castro rebellion a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the then legal Cuban gov government?
ernment? government? . .Now it's Ltnore
Lemmon and "socialite" William
Duncan Coakley at Jim Downey's
. .Young Aga Khan got all dres dressed
sed dressed up in his ceremonial robes to

greet the 17 year-old stepdaughter

of English director Sir Carol Reed,

Tracy Pellessicr . Isn't a busy

wolf a go get-her?

unions to operate that they'll end

up joining the Teamsters.

The Humphrey-Johnson strategy

will be to get the labor racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering part of the bill passed im

mediately. There is little dis disagreement
agreement disagreement that there must be a
though antiracketeering bill.
George Meany, AFL-CIO presi president,
dent, president, is among those who are de

manding action.

DAILY
MEDITATION

Presented by the Department
of Christian Education ef the I I-pitcopal
pitcopal I-pitcopal Church in the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.)
St. John 10:11
HOW BIO A CHURCHf :f-
'And other ihoep I have,
which are not of this told: them
alto I mutt bring."
As you make plans for the new
church in your community, how
big will your building be? I am
concerned with its spiritual, not
its physical, size. Our author
hink o' the temple of God as a

house of prayer for all peoples.

However, the debate on changes Are we willing to be as comDre comDre-ir,
ir, comDre-ir, w t.ii ii.-iu.. i u hensivp as the ancient nrnnhet?

Flower Show

Answer to Previous Puzz!e

ACROSS
1 Oenus of
American
herbs
6 Fall flower
11 A florist
many varieties
of flowers
13 Shrub of the
caper family
14 Inset
15 Sell in
small lots
16 Manuscripts
(ab.)
17 Before
19 Arid
20 Venerates
24 Kach flower
species has
Its own
27 Passages in
the brain
31 Pertaining
to a tissue
32 Flowers may
be used to
decorate a
33 Feminine
appellation
34 Muse of
poetry
35 Laminated
rock
36 Renovats
37 Meditates
41 Worm
44 Decay
45 Dutch city
48 Keep
CI Click -beetle
54 Begins
55 Subdue
58 Pastries
57 Groups of
players
DOWN
1 Neat and
precis

2 Boy's name
3 Cease (Scot.)
4 Chemical
suffix
5 Dry (comb,
form)
6 Drink made
with malt
7 Group of
matched
pieces
8 Leaping
amphibian
8 Prince
10 Dsprnd
12 Let it stand

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25 Prison room
26 Pseudonym
of Charles
Lamb
28 Enthusiastic
ardor

13-Siouan Indian 29 Surf noise
18 Musical note 30 Wintry

20 Makes into
law
21 Thoroughfare
22 Whist term
23 Looks fixedly
24 Depots (ab.)

prccipitatibn

38 p'ootcd vases
.13 Accomplish
40 Entry in a
ledger
41 Formerly

42 Caterpillar
hair
43 Asterisk
45 Feminine
appellation
46 Opine
47 Makes
mistakes
49 Craft
50 Possessive
pronoun
52 Pillar
53 Peer Gynt's
mother

IT'S A GREAT WORLD (So why

neaken ): Billy Rose didn't look

like a torch bearer at El Moroc

co. (Never saw a guy so gay, es especially
pecially especially one who doesn't drink)
.-. .Leon Fromkeess, famed TV
producer who sold out to ITC, is
tired of living on tie profits and
doing nothing, so his trip to New
York next month will mark the
beginning of work. .State Dept.
may force the captive countries'
headquarters opposite the UN, to
take down the Anti-Khrushchev
signs during the visit. .Ghana's
Nkrumah asked Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth to give the young one a

G.ianian name. (Like Prince

Nkrumah?). .British papers

especially the Conservative ones,
on a hate-West-Germany binge
with such headlines as "What

have we to fear from Russia

. .Lovely Marianne O'Brien

Reynolds supping at the Harwyn
with saloon keeper Jim Ryan,

producer Edward Duryea Dowl

ing and her look-alike mother

and her stepfather Abe Attel
(I had to explain to the Cindi
rella-divorcee of the Reynolds

millions, that I had nothing to
do with what's about her in Bob
Harrison's "New York Confidential").

in ire lan-Hantey Act could go

on for weeks. That is why it is
proposed to postpone considera consideration
tion consideration until after a recess.
Note: Lyndon Johnson proposed
"yactly this same strategy to la la-or
or la-or leaders last winter, but the

building trades were opposed.

SECRET PARLEY
Meanwhile House and Senate
conferees on the labor bill havo
h-en battling behind closed door?.
However, this column can report
he highlights of what has happen happened.
ed. happened. During early discussions, the
Senate side of the conference yield,
ed 13 times, the House conferees
thre? tims.
Senator Kennedy, who co-author

ed the Senate bill, did a skill'ul
job of parrying anti-labor ar arguments,
guments, arguments, but adopted the strategy
of yielding on less important mat matters
ters matters in order to stand pat on
major points.
First concession made by the
senators was regarding the Senate
bill's provision that employers
must file reports on shady pay payments
ments payments to labor leaders or labor
consultants. Rep. Graham Barden
of North Carolina, chairman of the
House Labor Committee, refused

to budge on this

The Landrum-Griffin bill con

tains no ban on employers' pay

ments to 'abor consultants or
Vibes to labor members.

Kennedy argued that the

hensive as the ancient prophet?

Isaiah mentions the eunuchs,

victims of oriental despotism, wro

were without family and fruMids.
We think of the victims of our so society,
ciety, society, the alcoholics and the men mentally
tally mentally disturbed, the socially mal mal-Kijusted,
Kijusted, mal-Kijusted, the underprivileged. Is
the church inclusive enough to
shelter and helo them?
And then there are the forsign forsign-trs.
trs. forsign-trs. We can widen this category
to inc'ude those of a diffrent
race or color. What, is our interest
in the unchurched?
How ecumenicallv minded are
we ?Are we satisfied with the
cozy group we have now. or do
we seek to "gather yet others to
ltim"? How does th sir of our
church compare to that of Isaiah

or our Lord?

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IT'S ANOTHER DAY (And so
is tomorrow): Didn't take Sas-cha
Distel long to recover frn-.i
shock of losing Bardot. He was
cured by Francoise Arnoul. .
Bardot's brain-trust concerned.

Her new husband wan s her to

wear bigger towrls. .Looks ser

ious: Col. Serge Obolcvsky and
'ovely Anita Colby out again. (At

the swank Colony this time.).

Wasn't I the first (or was I?) to

note tiat the Princess Margaret-

Townsend romance was for the

birds? Also that her bov friend

always was (and is) Billy Wal

lace? And that Castro's gang
was Red?. .New York, which
has more Chinese restaurants
than any city in China, never had

more than a handful East of

Fifth until the Peking (at Mirror

Square) proved the carnage trade

also liked spareribs and eggrolls

Now Srd and 2nd Aves. look

like Mott St. .Tina Louise tikln

a o'Mlosophy course at UCLA?

With what's she's got, why be
rhilosoohkal?. .Speed note: A
man about town is a man about
60.

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Senate Democrat Proposes
Armed Forces Unification

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Clair Engle (D-Calif.) today pro proposed
posed proposed a sweeping unification plan
lor the armed forces that would
abolish the Army, Navy, Air
Force and Marines as presently
known.
The names of the four services
would be eliminated under Engle's
plan, one of the most comprehn comprehn-five
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Engle, a member of the Senate
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organized according to functions
and missions. He said there
should at least be a retaliatory
striking force, a limited war
force, a continental defense and
a lofe siic command.
Engle told the Senate the Com
munist challenge to the U. S.
System of government was posed
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amples" examples" of dictatorship.
He also said that U. S. suprem supremacy
acy supremacy in space was threatened by
a "lack of skill in bureaucracy,"
rather than by any lack of talent.
"How well we organize to do
the job will be he difference be between
tween between winning and losing the Col'
War ha snirl

Several Democrats, including
some fellow members of the

Armed Services Committee,
raisH F.nffle' soeech.

But Sen. Hugh Scott (R-Pa.)
asked why he did not advance
the reorganization plan earlier in instead
stead instead of waiting until the "dying
days' of the congressional session.
Engle said he did not hope for
Immediate action because "I
think it will take five years."
Engle offered two reorganization
proposals for immediate action.
He said the Pentagon's advanced
research projects agncy is a
"fifth wheel" and should be abol abolished.
ished. abolished. Engle also said the civilian and
military space programs should
be partially consolidated by creat creating
ing creating a'military applications divl
sion" in the National Aeronautics
and Space Administration.
To speed military unification

and end "the "bureaucratic quag quagmire,"
mire," quagmire," Engle proposed a three three-nhase
nhase three-nhase renreainzation studv by the

Senate Armed Services Commit

tee. He said he may formally pro propose
pose propose such an inquiry later.

Ike Invites Monty
To Private Dinner
In Spile 01 Feud

LONDON (UPI) President Ei-

conhnwpr ha invited Field Mar

shal Viscount Montgomery, who

has been teuaing in prim wun me
President over how World War II

should have been fought, to ain
nor tomnrrnw and MontEOm

ery has accepted, it was disclosed

today.
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I a noc's

Whtn asked whether he was go going,
ing, going, Montgomery snapped:
"Of course I am. What would

you expect?"

It wi: nhvinm hp was delieht-

oH lit Vine cairf rmhlidv he hf"

felt a "great sadness" over the

dispute with his tormer eomman
der in World War II.

Montgomery spent a cordial hoi
iday with the Eisenhowers at Get
tvchiirc in Mav. 1958. then he DUD

lichoH hie mpmnirs which were

critical of some campaigns during

the war.

Eisenhower got angry. Moni Moni-gomer
gomer Moni-gomer said he sent the President

a Christmas card, DUt awn i gei
one in return. Later he appeared
in a TV show in which he said

American leadership was slipping.
It was at that point that rela relations
tions relations between Eisenhower and

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MEETINGS
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Cristobal Council 1689 of the
Kmgh.s of Columbus will have a

special meeting tomorrow evening i Emblem Club

at 7:30 at the Council chambers Emblem Club 52 will have a re rein
in rein Margarita to discuss the final jgular monthly business meeting
phase of the charity raffle. Plans tomorrow evening at 7:30 a: the
will alio be made for the exem- its Home in Brazos Heights.
Mansfield Hopes Senate Will Have
Free Hand On Labor Reform Bills

WASHINGTON U'Pl) As Assistant
sistant Assistant Democratic Leader Mike
Mansfield v n i c d hope today
that the Senate will send its rep representatives
resentatives representatives back into the stale stalemated
mated stalemated labor reform negotiations
without tying their hands.
The Sen. heat's into a showdown
late today over rival resolu resolutions
tions resolutions by Republican Leader Ever Everett
ett Everett M. Dirksen (III.) and Sen.
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.), chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate conferees in
the negotiations with the House.
Dirksen wants the Senate to in
struct its representatives to ac accept
cept accept provisions of the "tough"
house-passed Landrum-Griffin bill
on the issues of secondary
boycotts, organizational picketing
and federal-state jurisdiction in
labor disputes.
Kennedy is seeking support for
his stand that the provisions must
be modified to provide clear-cut
protection for eertain legitimate
union activities. The resolutions
were introduced Triday after joint
talks with the House ran aground.
Mansfield told a reporter he
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GUN BATTALION INSPECTION CWO James R. Jefferson discusses operations of the meteorological section, 4th Gud Battal
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US Engineer Takes Wraps Off
Buck Rogers Type Project

i.nMnnM. (UPI) An A-

merican engineer took the wraps

Off a posSlDie anu practical
Buck Rogers type project for a
passenger space ship that would
t ke only 40 minutes on a flight
from LondoD to Los Angeles.
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Aeropnysicist uarreu v. ivu ivu-mick,
mick, ivu-mick, 44, manager of astronauti astronauti-for
for astronauti-for the Goodyear

Co. of Akron, Ohio, told a press
conference a 12,000 mile-an-hour

space ship was a commercial pos possibility
sibility possibility by 1975.
Romick said Goodyear's 10
years of work on American space
nmiootc Kae pnnvinred the com

pany that a rocket-powered space
liner capable of making such
flight was "possible and practical."

Hp nirlnrpd a three-stace space

liner which would take off like a

ballistic missile, reach a height ot
35 miles and a top speed of 12,000
miioc npr hnur and carry about

25 passengers in perfect safety a

distance of 5,500 miles in w min minutes.
utes. minutes. Romick, 'befd for this wefek's'm wefek's'm-ternational
ternational wefek's'm-ternational Space Flight Congress,
emphasized thatt'his space ship
was more than a scientific dream.
It was an "economic and com com-merical
merical com-merical possibility" mainly be because
cause because all three 6f its sections
would be recovered for use over
and over again, he said.
This is the way Romick fore foresaw
saw foresaw a oassenger flight to the edge
of space and across the world:

About 25 passengers would go to
the airport and ride an elevator

to -a huge', delta:wmged aircratv
perched on its tail.
The space ship would blast off
vertically aud turn into a steep
climb, reaching a maximum
height of about 35 miles some 400
miles from take-off point.
The first "booster" section
would push the vehicle to about
4,000 miles, then drop off. This
section would be anned and
could be landed for later use.
If the flight were from London
to, say, Los Angeles, the first
stage would land in northern Ire Ireland.
land. Ireland. The second stage, meanwhile,
would push the space vehicle to
about 10,000 miles per hour, then
drop off to land in Iceland.
The third stage would carry on
alone, its engines increasing its
speed to about 12,1)00 miles per
hour.
Each of the three stages would
be equipped with turbojet engines
which would enable it to fly on
its own-as a normal irplane.
The turbojets in the final stage
would take over fter it had
coasted across half the Atlantic
Ocean and most of the U. S. on'
a Los Angeles-bound flight.
Romick said it was difficult to
estimate the cost nf -ich aspace
ship, but he thought the first
models wpjH probably cost about
9 million dollars.
ship, but he thought the first few

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Typhoon Joan Sweeps Across
Island Of Formosa, Mainland

NEWS OF ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, PARTIES AND TRAVEL SHOULD BE MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WILL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 2-0740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 6:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.

ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE OF BRAZIL
TO BE CELEBRATED AT EMBASSY RECEPTION
Invitations have been issued by tht Ambassador of Brazil in
Panama, Jorge Lateur, for a recaption Saptamber 7 to celebrate the
118th anniversary of the independence of Brazil. The event will be
held at the Brazilian Embassy.

Vrth Announcement
Cap:, and Mrs Thomas B. Mc
Andrews of Gamboa announce the
iirth of their third son and sixth
thild Saturday at Gnrgas Hospi
tal.
He has been named Robert Je
remiah.

Club. The

6 p.m. at

Isthmian Toastmasters
Meet Tuesday Evening
Ed Michaelis will preside as
roast master o( th Evening at to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening's meeting of the

Isthmian Toastmasters

meeung is planned tor

the Tivoli Guest House

Louis Archuleta. Galord Ellis.
.Marvin Banton. Val Lynch and
Vincent Biava are hsied as speak
ers, Frank Mendez will be the
evahiator, and Ted Shaw will
s?rve as topic master.

Charity Card Croup,
Balboa Woman's Club
Members of the Chanty Card
Group of the Balboa Woman's
Club are reminded of a dessert
card party Thursday noon at the
Amador Officers Club.
Reservations should be made
by noon Wednesday with Mrs.
l .tu ren, e dler Panama '.) 4890;
Mrs. James Whitmore, Panama
3-4736; Mrs. Kenneth Rieland. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3 7013, or Mrs. Oliver Culp,
Balboa 238.

TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Ty Typhoon
phoon Typhoon Joan swept through the
Quemoy Islands off the Chinese
mainland yesterday, after taking
the lives of 11 persons on nation nationalist
alist nationalist Formosa.

Quemoy and Matsu offshore is islands
lands islands this afternoon.
The typhoon was the t ird dis disaster
aster disaster of nature to strike Formosa
this month. Floods and earth earthquakes
quakes earthquakes earlier killed 685 persons
and 37 persons still are missing
from the floods three weeks ago.
Police said Typhoon Joan de destroyed
stroyed destroyed 372 houses and seriously
damaged 697 others.
Hualien, an east coast port, and
Taipei reported the greatest prop property
erty property damage.
Rains which accompanied ihe
typroon were relatively light and

Luncheon Friday
At Colon School
Member, of the Colon t'nit of
ti e In'er-American Women's Club

re reminded of the luncheon

For additional inlormatiun con

crrning joining J oastmaster nlanned for Friday at the
'iibs. ln'cresied pe, snnv mav call Bravo School.
Cdr. S. E. Taylor. Navy 2434. Rcs-rvations should be
with Mrs. Luisa Ventura.

1754.

The Taipei Weather Bureau
said the typhoon hit the Quemoys
with all its might laie Sunday (2
a. m.) Military officials re refused
fused refused to disclose the number of
casualties and the amount of
damage in the islands, which are
Nationalist Chinese bastions near
the Communist mainland.

Bie Quemoy island is less than mo floods were reporter

five miles from the mainland and A U. S. spokesman

the major Nationalist outpost in
the Formosa straits.
In Taipei, police reported last
night 1 persons were killed
and 74 hurt during Typhoon
Joan's day-long progress across
Formosa. In some areas, the wind

Abel j reached a velocity of 100 mph.

Rice lands were damaged along

said no

casualties were reported among

the 10,000 Americans living in
Formosa, most of them in Taipei.
International air service to Tai Taipei
pei Taipei was resumed at 4:15 p. m.
today after a disruption of 36
hours.

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DOROTHY CHASE'S
Studio Dante
Kciuslration open.
Now located in the Kniehts of Columbus Hall, Balboa.
All classes will he resumed October 1.

Albrook Sodality Plans
Family Breakfast Sunday
Our Lady's Soda'ity of Albrook
Air Force Base will sponsor a
family breakfast Sundav after the
7:45 a.m. mass at the Albrook Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club. Plans are being
made for a guest speaker.

Formosa's east coast and in the j REFRIGERATOR VICTIM

in the For-

Pescadores Islands

mosa straits.
Police said the casualties were
low because of extensive precau precautionary
tionary precautionary measures taken before the
typhoon hit. About 140,000 persons
were evacuated from flimsy
houses and low lying areas in ad advance
vance advance of the winds.

The Taipei Weather Bureau said ing suit. Police
the typhoon was buffeting the 'as an apparent

NEW YORK (UPU Brooklyr
salesman Nat Flnkelbrand, re-1
turned home yesterday to find
food from the refrigerator stack
eri on a table. He opened the re-;
frigerator Jammed inside was'
the body of his 19-year-old daugh,
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End of Via Espana -In front of the New Racetrack

UEEN CONTESQTANT Miss
Martha Nell Webster, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Weosttr
of Cocoli, has been entered as a
candidate for the Miss Texas
Softball Queen title by the firm
which employs her, Hartwick-Et-ter
Company of Sherman The
contest is being sponsored by the
Texas Amateur Athletic Feder Federation,
ation, Federation, and the winner will be
crowned during the state's soft soft-(;!'
(;!' soft-(;!' 'r.u-.iament. Miss Webster is
a graduate of Balboa High
...... .i:;a the Car.al Zone Junior
College.

Last Spanish Class
Convenes Tonichl
At Balboa USO-JWB

The last meeting of the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Spanish conversational class
under lue direction of Miss Clau Clau-dette
dette Clau-dette Villafranca, will be held
this evening 7:30 at the Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa.
It is anticipated that a new
thre:'-montl s Spanish class, em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing articulation and pro pronunciation,
nunciation, pronunciation, will begin after Labor
Dnv. All interested persons may
telephone the USO-JWB at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1072, or call at the building,
to register. All servicemen, their
dependents, and the general pub public
lic public of both Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone are invited to participate.

St. Alban's Church
Bazaar To Be Held
3 Days This Week
St. Alban's Church of Paraiso
will have its annual bazaar Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday at
the Parish Hall.
Games for all ages, dancing
and refreshments will be featur featured,
ed, featured, and prizes will be awarded
for various activities.
The public is invited to attend.

TANK THIEF
MONROVIA, Calif. (UPI) -An
M74 National Guard tank was
moved out into the street when
the armory floors were being re resurfaced.
surfaced. resurfaced. Apparently someone
couldn't resist the temptation to
get in and rumble away. The tank
was recovered with a burned-out
engine.

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THE 'VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killen

Winston G u e s t Jr. 's constant
companion, described on the soc

lety pafics as "Pajr.cia Parsons

of Oyster Bay, L. I." iooks enougn
like Ann Ames of W. 52na S..,
New York, to be her twin a.
least. In fact, city desks miffnt
uncover a pifie ona yarn if they
checked on the rJsemblance.
Winston Is, of course, high socie society
ty society Ann, a statuesque stripper,
entertains the tired businessmen
wi h daring routines at a nitery
tailed the Pendulum . Close
friends wouldn't be too startled ll
Diana Barrymore and Tennessee

Williams got married, they're
that devoted.
Singer Jimmy Rodgers and his

bride, Colleen, are expecting their

first baby... Edith Fiat's intim

ates are worried ab6ut the sing

er's health. Part of her entourage

currently is a doctor who stands

in the wings during her perror-

mance to administer shots when
necessary.

Theatre Guild executive Teresa
Heiouru, who diea the other day,
bad been working enuiusias.icaiiy
on her memoirs, which would
nave been fasincating, just bsfort
she was stricken. A famed pub publishing
lishing publishing house had given her a bij
advance.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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Opening lead Q

Credit Frank Sinatra's mother
with getting New Jersey auto
sa.csman Cy Kaufman tne an
viajle assignment of escorting
curvavtout smger Diana Trask
until (he crooner reappears to
do it himseli. Mama Sinatra
sugges.ed Mr. Kaufman (an old

friend of her family) look up
Diana, he did, Diana reported
tne maeiing 10 i-ran, ana hia-jor-como
Hank Eanicola was
quickly dispatched to New York
to give the situation his expert
one over. When the Sanicola
okay was relayed to Frank, Mr.
Kaufman was given permission
to squire Diana around town town-even
even town-even empowered to rent a suit
at an East aid no.ei so i
could entertain proper y, at Si
natra's expense.
Probably it was bound to hap happen.
pen. happen. The Cattleman, scheduled to
open in New York on Sept. 8, wilJ
bill itself as an "adult Western
restaurant," featuring pretty girls
in dance hall costumes against a
oecor modeled alter a saloon of

the old West... May Britt and her
husband made headlines by an announcing
nouncing announcing their separation, but
uiey've oeen dating again.
That ulcer is giving Jim Garner
more trouble than his studio in indicated.
dicated. indicated. They quie:iy made some
fast switches in shooting sche
tiules, giving more work to Jack
Kelly to make Jim's load lighter
until he's feeling better.
The Notre Dame iootball pack package
age package is being offered to TV sta stations,
tions, stations, with the proviso that the
games may not be sponsored by
beer, wine, laxative or depiliatory
firms... Clark Gable is being gen generously
erously generously complimentary to a 9-year-old
Italian lad known only as
.Vlarietlo who plays a waif in the
film "Bay Of Naples." Clark des describes
cribes describes him as a brash version of
Jackie Coogan when he was the
rage of the nation as "The Kid."

One of the most effective way.-

a compete is to get into the bid

ding by means of the takeout
double.

The stronger the takeout double

the better the result should be but
sometimes a really light one
works out beautifully.

West's double of one heart was

of the light variety and when

Eist chose to convert it into a
penalty double by passing, West
did not like it a bit.
Neither did North and South
when the smoke of battle had
cleared.
West's queen of diamonds lost
to North's ace. East covered the
ten of clubs with the king. South
won with the ace and led the
nine spot back. West was not
fooled. He rose with the queen
and give his partner a club ruff.

Now East led the king of

snades. It held and he shifted to

the seven of diamonds. South

won with the king and exited
with a diamond which was won
be West's jack.
West's ace of spades and East's
queen took the next two tricks

and finally East led a small
trump. South might have played
a high trump, dropped West'?
iack and got out for down one
but he could not see all the
cards. He played the eight. West
made his jack and South was
down two tricks for a 500-point
loss.

Q The bidding has been
West North East South
1 4. Pass Pass 1 N.T.
Pass 2 N.T. Pass ?
You, South, hold:
4.KS2 A96 OK94 Q 8 5 4
What do you do?
A Pass or bid three no-trump
depending on just how seriously
your partner is likely to have
taken your one no-trump bid.
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same hand. West
has doubled your one rio-trump
and North and East have passed.
What do you do now?
Answer Monday

Mrs. L I a n d Hayward's
friends indicate the producer
will reward her with an lmpos
ing financial settlement for a a-greeing
greeing a-greeing to a divorce so ho can
marry Pamela Churchill. Mean,
while the charming daughter
in-law of England's Sir Winston
is 'captivating New Y o r kir s.
One bedazzled mate described
her as "the most feminine wo woman
man woman I've ever met in my life."
Five East German scientist!
were flown to Red China to bolst
er that nuclear research pro program...
gram... program... Corrinne Calvet's date at
the Diplomat was movie producer
Gaston Hakim. . Anna Magnani
caught a private screening of On
The Beach." tier reaction to Ava
Gardner: "Beautiful, beautiful."

The Yankees probably can stop
hoping for another DiMaggio to
pop up in their pin stripes. Young
Joe Jr. just landed a job in a rug
factory... Obviously there's more
than one way to make sugar from
those tropical islands. The asking
price for the screen rights to
James Michener's new novel,
"Hawaii," is $60,000 plus 10 pei

cent of the gross... One result ol
the U.S. exposition in Moscow
many 'R u s s i a n women havi
switched from babushkas to rea
hats.
Armando Mei, whose Fontam
Di Trevi brought authentic Ro Roman
man Roman food to New York gourmeti
is planning to open a new spot,
Roma di Notte, on the site of th
defunct' Casanova night club. It
will be a plush place featuring t
five-piece Italian orchestra ...
Jack Fields, son of Edward
Fields, who makes those far-out
carpets for so many celebrities,
will marry Carol Eisenberg next
June.
Do you suppose Gene Krupa
likes white automobiles? He just
gave his bride, Palti, a white,
Thunderbird, and bought two
white station wagons to complete
his private fleet. Ed "Kookie"
Byrnes, touring to drum up inter interest
est interest in "Yellowstone Kelly," is
proving quite a magnet. Deman3
for tickets for his personal ap appearance
pearance appearance is the greatest in the
history of the Springfield Stats

Fair, and he's shattering record!
made by blockbusters like Jack
Benny.

CLOVERBLOOM DEVILS FOOD CAKE

23 Cup Cloverhloom Butter
1V& Cups sugar
3 Well beaten etas
3 Squares melted chocolate
I Cups sifted cake flour

1 Teaspoon soda
H Teaspoon salt
Cup buttermilk
1 'Teaspoon vanilla

Cream butter, add sugar gradually and blend. Add
eggs and chocolate. Add sifted dry ingredients and
milk alternately. Turn into two 8 inch oiled cake pans
and bake in a 350 F. oven for 35 minutes or until
done. Frost with peppermint flavored Seven Minute
Frosting, tinted pale pink.



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ICC Examiner Asks
Fourth Class Mail
Rale Increases
WASHINGTON (UPI) An In-

examiner recommended t p d a v
that the post office be allowed to
raise ratei on fourth class mail,

including parcel post and ata ata-logues,
logues, ata-logues, an average 17.1 per cent.
Examiner Burton Fuller recom recommended
mended recommended approval of proposed in increases
creases increases ranging from 1 to 35 per
rent. The Post Office Department

estimated the increases would

bring in an additional 88 million

dollars a year. It said it lost jiuu, jiuu,-800,000
800,000 jiuu,-800,000 on fourth class service in

the year ended June 30, 1958.
Anv increase in all classes of

mail except fourth class must he

approved by Congress. The ICC
can authoriie hikes in fourth class
mail.
The Post Office Department re
quested the rate hikes Nov. 28.
1958. The ICC said exceptions to
Fuller's recommendations must be
filed before Sept. 28.
Under the department's plan,
the percentage of rate increase
would diminish in each postal
rone, other than local, as weight
of the parcels or mail increased
A few reductions for larger
weights and longer distances also
were proposed.
The proposed hikes were op
posed by business firms, including
Sears, Roebuck & Co. and Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery Ward. They protested that
th higher rates would force firms
to divert mail to other types of
transportation and lead to a sub

stantial loss In postal revenues.

Beginners Bridge
Class To Start
At Balboa JWB
A new bridge class for begin beginners
ners beginners is being contemplated at the
L'SO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Venter in Balboa.
If sufficient in'.?rest is indicat indicated,
ed, indicated, this' new tbree-mon:hs' class
will meet on Wednesday evenings
at 8 p.m. and again will He taught
'v 1'ic. iHic ard Iprr-j i Tort
Amador.
Sprro. a native New Yrrk?r and
an attorney in civilian life, was
a member of the University of
Michigan and Cornell University

.bridge teams. He is a member of
'h? Embassy and the Mayfair
Hndge Clubs of New York City
j ji'o has taught bridge for over
jlive years In July he complete!
i a bridge course at the USO-JWB.
i The class is free and all serv servicemen,
icemen, servicemen, their families, and toe
General Diihlic of both the Canal

Zone and Panama are invited to
participate
Interested persons should con
lact the USO-JWB, Balboa 1072
.egister for the new c'ass.

hitch hiker stayed in a etd and
when he wok up bi car, I960 in
cash, and everything but hit pa
jamas had been stolen.

TAKES NAME SERIOUSLY
OCALA, Fla. (UPI) Bill
Free, of St. Pier.e, Fla found
that a hitch hiker he picked up
took his name too seriously. Free
told police yesterday he and the

PRESTON LOVE, who brings his orchestra (above) to Army theaters in the Canal Zone this week, has participated In well over
300 recording sessions. During his career in the "big time" with Count Basie, Lucky Mlllinder and others, he has appeared on
eight different record labels. Preston has been featured on many All-Star sessions with other top artists in the dance Dand Held
Including Illinois Jacquet's All Stars, Johnny Otis and Wynonie Harris. U.S. Army Caribbean Special Services has arranged the
following schedule of free performances this week: Wednesday, Fort Kbbbe Theater at 8:15 p.m.; Thursday Fort Amador Thea Theater
ter Theater at 6:30 p.m and Fort Clayton Theater at 9 p.m., and next Tuesday Fort Gulick Theater at 9, p.m.

Congress Heads Into Homestrech
With Adjournment Date Uncertain

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Democratic controlled 86th Con Con-cress
cress Con-cress heads into the home stretch
this vieek, with its adjournment
date still obscured by domesuc
and international clouds
With vital "must" legislation
Still hanging fire,, congressional
leaders have abandoned hope ot
ending their first session by La Labor
bor Labor Day. Some still hope for an
adjournment by the week-end of
Sent. 12-14.
Rut many key leaders believe
that even this target date is to-
eptjjnistic, Some have predicted
pritelyj that Canpress will- bd
around until early October.
Still on the "must" agenda wert
bil's involving labor reform, gaso gasoline
line gasoline taxes, foreign aid funds, and
public works.
Senate consideration of a civil
rights bill was also considered
probable. Also threatcninc Con Congress
gress Congress was a possible veto by
President Eisenhower ot a "sec "second
ond "second chance" $1,050,000,000, hous housing
ing housing bill similar to the one he re rejected
jected rejected earlier.
Complicating therush toward
adinurnment wa.vihe forthcoming
visit of Soviet Premier Nikita S.
Khrushohev.
Sme lawmakers have nroposed
that Congress ouit before the
Khrushchev visit Sept. 15 to avoid
the politically explosive question
cf whether to invite h'm to ad address
dress address a joint session.

House Democratic leader John
W. McCormack (Mass.) has noti notified
fied notified the State Department he
would oppose any such invitation.
But chairman J. William Ful Ful-bright
bright Ful-bright (D-Ark.) of the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Committee and
other key senators think it would
be a good idea
Sen. Wayne Morse iD-Ore.), a
member of Fulbright's committee

said yesterday he thought it would
be "a good lesson" for Khru Khrushchev
shchev Khrushchev to see, Congress in opera operation.
tion. operation.
"We have a job to do." Morse
said m a television interview
(ABC College News Conference).
"I don't see that we have time
for a recess. "y
Morse is a member of th Senate-House
conference committee
which last wek deadlocked in its
effort to resolve the dirferencrs
between the tough House union re reform
form reform bill and the jolder version
approved by th- Senate.
The House will try on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to override the President's
veto of Hip $1 .06.784.549 public
works money bill.
Tl e Hous" Ways Means Com Committee
mittee Committee has annroved legislation to
raise the federal tax on gasoline
from three to four cents a gallon
temnora'rily to prevent th- road
hu'lding nrogram from coming to
a halt. The plan faced an uncer uncer-'ain
'ain uncer-'ain Senate fate, however.

Hawaiian Senator
Urges Going Slow

On Civil Rig!
mi

mode of life. I think this is in
emotional problem that will oe
cured by tima."

JAILED FOR SMOKING
LEEDS, England (UPD-Ray-mond
Sadd ngton, 24, as sen
fenced to three months in jail
today for smoking half a cig cig-arettt
arettt cig-arettt during working hours. Sad Sad-rtington
rtington Sad-rtington is a miner at the Water Waterloo
loo Waterloo coal mine near here. Smoking
in mines is forbidden because ol
tha danger of explosion.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Ser

Hiram L. Fong, the first U.
senator of Chinese ancestry,
yesterday that Congress should be
careful about "rushing" civil
rights legislation.
He said segregation was "an
emotional problem that will be
cured by time."

The new Republican Senator
from Hawaii's racial niching po:
expressed his views in a filmed
TV-interview with Sen. Kenneth
B. Keating (R-N. Y,).
Keating, n active proponent of
civil rights legislation, ascd
Fong how he felt about the issue,
which is expected to come to a
head in the Senate before adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. Fong said Hawaii has adherec'
to the pr nciple "that men should
be equal in the eyes of the law
and of society."
"However," he added, "1 do un understand
derstand understand that there has been a
way of living in the South tlia!
has not been along those lines for
a hng. long time. It is riiflirul'
lo legislate along such lines and
I think that we should be very
careful in rushing legislation
through.
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Franco Sends Ike Personal Message;
May Contain Invitation For Visit

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LONDON (UPI) Generalissimo
Francisco Franco has sent a per personal
sonal personal message to President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower which may extend an open
Invitation for the President to
visit Spain, authoritative sources
said today.
The message will be delivered
to the President personally by
Spanish Foreign Minister Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Maria Castiella at a meeting
with Eisenhower this afternoon,
the sources said.
Castiella and Eisenhower will
meet at the U. S. Embassy resi-

oeice, Winfield House, where
President Eisenhower is staying
in London. Their meeting was ar arranged
ranged arranged some time ago.
The text of the message has not
to far been disclosed.
Authoritative sources said, how however,
ever, however, it may include ninonp other
things an open invitation to the
President to visit Spain at his
convenience.
It was also believed to deal
wMi Spanish American relations
and the role of Spain in the al allied
lied allied defense front against Com Communism.
munism. Communism. Castiella has summoned the
Sotnish ambassadors from sever sever-a'
a' sever-a' European capitals to a top top-level
level top-level conference in London imme immediately
diately immediately after he meets with Brit British
ish British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd.
It was authoritatively learned
that the Spanish ambassadors
fiom Brussels. Paris and Bonn
have been instructed to come to
Imdon early next week. The
Spanish ambassador in Washing Washington
ton Washington is already here.
Thus far complete official se secrecy
crecy secrecy was being maintained on
topic of Castiella's flight to Lon London
don London to the chief U. S. executive.
Dinlomatic speculation suggest suggested
ed suggested that Spain was seeking an ex exchange
change exchange with the President on
broad policy issues at this crucial
moment in thn shaping of West Western
ern Western policy on t1 e eve "1" T" T"-ident'a
ident'a T"-ident'a meeting with Soviet Pre Premier
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NATO, to examine matters of
common interest with the United
States," he said.

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MONDAY, AUGUST t M5t
Chicago White Sox Take Doubleheacfer To Sweep "Crucial Series' From Indian
Rampaging Pirates Project
Selves Into N.L. Dogfight
Playground
Sports
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

PAGE EIGHT

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (UPI) Those Go-Go
Whit Sox can go ahead and print their World Series
tickets but they'd better leave a blank space for the
name of their opponents because it could easily be
the supposedly long-gone Pirates.

The inspired White Sox really
41d a lob on the Indians in all but
wrapping up their first American
League pennat since 1919.
Al Lopez' speedy crew took a
doubleheader from the Tribe yes
terday, 6-3 and 9-4, before 66,586
at Cleveland to sweep a 4 game
"showdown series" and lengthen
their lead to games longest
of the season.
The White Sox never had it so
good. If they win only 13 of their
remaining 25 games, the second
place Indians still would have to
win 19 of their last 24 to overtake
them.
J The Pirates aren't in such good
shape, of course, but they aren't
exactly complaining. They made
of their last 1(1 hv sweeo-
ine a twin-bill from the Phillies,!
2-1 and 7-6 in 10 innings, with little
Roy Face fashioning his 17th vie
tor of the season without a defeat
In the nightcap.
By talcing two from the Phils,
the Pirates climbed to within
four games of the first-place
Giant, who dropped a 7-6 deci decision
sion decision to the Dodgers. The Cubs
boat the Braves, 4-2, and the
Reds defeated the Cardinals,
tViP "also rans in tne
A.L., the Tigers took over third
place with a 4-0 victory over t he he-Athletics;
Athletics; he-Athletics; the Senators topped the
Yankees, 3-1, and the Red Snx
blanked the Orioles, 3 0.
The White Sox won their opener
from the Indians with a five run
sixth-inning rally that Early Wynn
launched with a home run. Wynn.
who. needed Gerry Staley's help
in the eighth, won his 17th of the
season and 255th of his career,
tying him with Bob Feller and
Eppa Rixey for total major league
victories.
Barry Latman won his eighth
game in the nightcap although he
gave way to Turk Lown in the
sixth. The White Sox jumped to an
early 5-0 lead off loser Gary Bell.
Highlight of a three-run White Sox
rally in the second inning was two
scoring on a long sacrifice lly by
Latman. John Romano stored
from third on the play and Al
Smith, never hesitating, ranie all
the way in from second as Rocky
Colavito threw to third. Smith also
hit a two-run homer in the sixth.
Before departing, Latman yield
ed Colavito's 39th tomer with two
nn anH Wnodie Held's 26th homer
with' the bases empty. Held alo
homered in the opener to give
loser Cal McLish a temporary
lead.
Face, who now has won 22
straight over two seasons, got
away a bit lucky in Pittsburgh's
second game win over Philadel
phia. Ed Bouchee homered oil
Faee in the top of the 10th to put
the Phils ahead, 6-5, but Dick
Stuart doubled home two runs ofi
Dick Farrell in the bottom of the
10th. Stuart also hit a pinch
homer, his 21st, in the ninth.
Bob Skinner's fourth hit of the
game, a two-out single in the
ninth, won the opener for the
Pirates. Lefty Harvey Haddix
gave up only six hits, including
Gene Freese's 17th homer, in
notching his 11th triumph. Hum Hum-berto
berto Hum-berto Robinson yielded seven
hits and was the loser.
An error by 3rd baseman Jackie
Brandt paved the way for two un unearned
earned unearned runs in the ninth that gave
the Dodgers their victory over the
Giants. Wally Moon followed with
a triple to tie the score at 6 6 and
after 3am Jones relieved loser
Mike Met'ormick, the Dodgers fil
ITODAY-ENCANTO-35-20
Elvis Presley in
"KING CREOLE"
Shirley Booth in
"THE MATCHMAKER"
SERVICE CENTER

BALBOA THEATRE 6:75 S:25
AIR CONDITIONED

The Mother of The Year.. I nFf? 4T Tt

Tuesday "First

COCO SOLO -jr Frank Sinatra
7:06 "SOME CAME Rl'NNING"
Alr-CondHioned Tuesday "Female Jungle"

; DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"COP HATER"
"Marahallow Moon"
IPARAISO 7:00
iSanta
ANNA
LIICA8TA

"THE PROI'D
REBEL"

led the Dlscs on I wo walks. Wil Willie
lie Willie McCuvev then left in the win win-nine
nine win-nine run wnen he 'imbled Norm Norm-La
La Norm-La rkfr s grounder Reiner Roger
Craig was citdiud with the victo victory
ry victory 'hit lifted the second-place
DodM-rs with.n two games of the
Giants. Willie Kirkland, Willie
Mavs and Gil Hodges all homered.

The Cubs won their game from
the iir;.es with t fw3-run rally in
the eigi'.th the expense of loser
Carlton Willey. Key blows in the
rally were Jim Marshall's double
which tied the score at 2-2 and
Irv Noren's two-run single. Ed
Mathews hit his 35th homer for J
Braves. Glen Hobbie was Credited
with his 13th victory.
Ex-Cardinal Eddie Kasko drove
in three runs to help Cincinnati
snap a 4 game St. Louis winning
streak. Jay Hook hurled a seven seven-hitter
hitter seven-hitter for his fourth win. Bob Gib Gibson
son Gibson was the loser.
Over in the American League,
Don Mossi of Detroit posted his
12th victory when he held Kansas
City to three hits and also belted
his first major league homer. Red
Wilson also hit a two-run homer
for the Tigers, who handed Bud
Daley his 10th loss against 15 wins,
wins.
Russ Kemmerer and Tex
Clevenger combined in a five-hit
pitching effort that led Washing Washington
ton Washington to victory over New York.
Kemmerer, who won his eighth
game, had a three-hit shutout un
til he had to leave with a pulled
back muscle in the sixth.
Clevenger gave up a ninth inning
homer to Hector Lopez. The Sen
a tor got two runs off Ralph
Terry in the first inning and Bob
Allison slammed his 29th homer in
the seventh.
Frank Sullivan pitched a four-
hitter and struck out nine in Bos Boston's
ton's Boston's win over Baltimore. Orioles
catcher Gus Tnaiidos, handling
knuckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm, com committed
mitted committed four passed palls. The first
2 helped the Red Sox to two runs
in the first inning and Gene
Stephens homered in the third.
WOMEN'S WORLD IN
BOWLING
Diahlo's Business Women's
League will have its final meeting
to complete the rosters of the var various
ious various teams that will bowl every
Monday night in the Diablo Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Center.
This final meeting will be held in
the Diablo Bowling Center, on Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 7:30 p.m.
There are still openings for any
member of the female sex who
has a desire to bowl. You do not
have to he a hot-shot pin splat splat-terer,
terer, splat-terer, just as long as the lady can
roll a hall on the lanes, she is
invited to sign up.
Another feminine circuit. Paci
fic Women's Bowling League, com commonly
monly commonly known as the "Coffee "Coffee-Donut"
Donut" "Coffee-Donut" League is all set to em embark
bark embark on its fourth season, this Fri Friday
day Friday morning at Clayton at 8 a.m.
Secretary Pris Reade reports
that the teams are all set, but the
league will gladly accent names of
prospective members who would
be willing to pinchhit for absente absentees.
es. absentees. Many women, who do not want
to tied down to a rigid schedule
every Friday morning, find it more
convenient to bowl occasionally as
a pinchhilter.
Any lady interested should con
tact Priscilla Reade, Navy 2530.
THEATERS TODAY
Man Into Space"
MARGARITA 7:00
"AROUND THE WORLD
IN 80JOAYS"
Tiies. "Man with A Mlllion"
Crui 7:00
h'amp Bierd 7:00
THE
FEARMAKERS

BALBOA PLAYGROUND
SUMMER BASKETBALL
The Summer Basketball Leagues
were comprised of the E, D, C,
B, and A leagues. The boys were
divided into leagues according to
their height, weight and age.
The E league, the small fries of
basketball boys, had the greatest
turn out of these groups. On the
other hand, their superiority .n
number is not actually a reflec reflection
tion reflection on ability. In this age group
it is more determination than abi ability.
lity. ability. Nevertheless, these boys en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed playing and learning the fun fundamentals
damentals fundamentals of basketball. The qua quality
lity quality of basketball improved as the
leagues progressed to each older
age group. r"
These five leagues held an hour
practice every day, Tuesday
through Thursday. On Fridays
these practices were followed up
with practice games between the
different school playgrounds,
which served the purpose of giving
threa-'beya a-chatice to try out
what they had learned.
The turn out for this instruction
was excellent. The boys worked
hard, paid attention, and in re return
turn return they learned how to handle
the ball, learned plays and work as
a team.
All boys played in these practice
games regardless of their ability.
Each was given an opportunity to
play in return for their interest and
hard work. All the leagues were
given a chance to demonstrate
what they had learned in an all
Isthmian Tournament held at
Balboa Gymnasium.
Everyone should know that
Mike Mikulich is responsible for
this special instruction, also Frank
Leves, his student aid, should be
given due credit. Both have work worked
ed worked hard with these boys to instill
fie fundamentals of basketball,
good sportsmanship and fairplay.
The experience of this instruction
will be remembered many times
by these boys in future years.

NAMED PRESIDENT Branch
Rickey, a baseball pioneer who
has spent 57 years in the game
and is the "father" of the farm
system, is shown at a press con conference
ference conference in New York after it was
announced he will be the presi president
dent president of the Continental League,
baseball's proposed tlhird Major
League.
DENOUNCES AFL-CIO ACTION
MOSCOW l I'D The Soviet
trade union newspaper Trud to today
day today denounced "American trade
union bosses" for opposing con contacts
tacts contacts with Soviet Premier N'ikita
S. Khrushchsv during his visit
next month. It said the executive
committee of the combined AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO bowed to pressure from Pres President
ident President George Meany of the labor
organization in making its deci decision.
sion. decision. Hi r i v r i n"1
vama mm IV
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& TODAY ?;S
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With John Derek

BAEZA'S TURN Yesterday it was Braulio Baeza's turn to be the top rider of the day. Here be is
shown pushing weak-hearted His Majesty oer the wire ahead of odds-on mutuels favorite Buen Mozo
II which was ridden by Heliodoro Gustines. The latter won four races while Baeza garnered only
two on Saturday. Yesterday Baeza brought home five while Gustines only managed to score once. His
Majesty turned the mile in a snappy 1:41.
Disqualification Mars Card;

El Tunchi

I v,

IBARRA HITS CANVAS Alberto (Toto) Ibarra, tenth ranked
bantamweight in the world by the NBA, goes down for the first
of two knockdowns in the first round of his Isthmian 118-pound
championship battle with titleholder Edwin Sykes. Referee Ser Ser-vio
vio Ser-vio Tulio Lay is about to begin the count while Sykes prepares
to move away, to' a neutral corner. Sykes dropped Ibarra again
in the eighth round and was meting out terrific punishmentjto
the game Chiriqui battler in the tenth when the uneven contest
was halted.

by
JOE WILLIAMS

If hard hitting, hoodlum hating,
DA Frank Hogan was unable to
slap an indictment on any ot the
characters involved in the malo
dorous heavyweight championship
promotion, surely none but the in incurably
curably incurably romatic can hope for
more substantial results from our
somnambulistic Boxing Commis
sion.
On the other hand, tf the Inter Internal
nal Internal Revenooers can be persuaded
there may be certain particulars
of the promotion which warrant
their attention, isn't it quite pos possible
sible possible this might-ultimately illumn-
ate some of the murkier and more
curious phases of the scandal?
As a starter, let them talk to this
Charlie Black, the anglicized
name by which he is known. Is he
the minor, peripheral character he
appears to be, judged by his sur
face position in the ring racket?
Or is he Cus D'Amato's liaison
with interests the counterfeit
crusader avoids for reasons best
known to himself?
Why is it that a promoter has to
agree to Black as a partner before
he can do business with D'Amato.'
Black had 50 percent of the Patterson-Cut
'N' Shoot thing, 33 per percent
cent percent of Patterson-Johansson and a
piece of practically every show in
which Patterson has appeared
since winning the title.
So what's wrong with D'Amato
having a business partner? Only
this: Patterson's manager has ne never
ver never admitted it. Also, there is
nothing forthright or above board
about the association. Apparently
the promoter must keep Black's
participation Off the record.
Example: When the Patteerson
Johansson deal was packaged, ac according
cording according to Hogan, Black's name
was omitted from the certificate of
incorporation because it would
"look bad" for such a close friend
of D'Amato's to be openly involv involved.
ed. involved. Wher does tWs money eventual

togaes TODAY!

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TERRITORY
with Rory Calhoun

VICTORIA
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THE LOST TRIBE
with J. Welssmuller
and
CANNIBAL ATTACK

Is Feature Winner

ly wind up? If Black keeps it all,
and is a business associate of Pat Patterson's
terson's Patterson's manager, in the accepted
sense of the term why all the
agency? Who's hiding what from
whom?
It seems to us the circumstances
here are peculiar enough to til'l til'l-late
late til'l-late the. curiosity of the Reveno Revenooers.
oers. Revenooers. If the miasma is permitted
to linger we fear the more evil
minded may begin to suspect that
Hoffa's heroes aren't the only ones
who engage in the stimulating and
enriching sport of kick back.
A BETTER WAY, MR.
VELELLA.
It has been established that Black
has considerably more than a nod nodding
ding nodding acquaintance with Fat Tony
Salerno. East Harlem's most
distinguished hood, and, on the
word of Bill Rosensohn, the boy
promoter, the actual financia
backer of the fight. In fact, Ro Ro-sensohn's
sensohn's Ro-sensohn's testimony repeatedly
puts Back in Salerno s company.
Was he there as D'Amato's liaison,
or in the independent capacity of
a business man protecting his mys
teriously acquired holdings in
rich promotion?
Aitnougn Vincent J. velella is
Salerno's mouthpiece, this gentle
man, on his return from Sweden
with Johansson's signature for the
rematch, vehemently denied tha'
nis cnarming client was in any
way connected with the first one.
He also announced he was promt
ly suing Rosensohn for $5 million
thereby expressing his contempt
for the theory turnips are blood bloodless.
less. bloodless. What's more, this modern Tex
Rickard (and please forgive me,
dear Lord for taking a great man's
name in vain) threatens to sue
Hogan for implving that he fronted
for Salerno. .Listen, Mr. Velella
a better way to put the DA in his
?lace would be to bring in Old
'atzo and make him talk. OK
RIO
35 0.20
THE JOURNEY
with Debora Kerr
PARTY GIRL
with Robert Taylor
.IS

3f 1 W4tfttW.V

One of the most brazen exhibi exhibitions
tions exhibitions of foul riding marred an oth otherwise
erwise otherwise formful and eventless pro program
gram program at the President Remon
racetrack yesterday afternoon.
Vespucio was disqualified and
placed fourth after finishing first
in the sixth race.
Vicente Ortega, who had the leg
up on Vespucio, tried to excuse his
foul riding by claiming that his
mount was fractious throughout
the race. Ortega was accused by
the jockeys of Abolengo, Tarasca
and High Day, which finished in
that order behind Vespucio.
Braulio Baeza rode Abolengo,
Heliodoro Gustines was up on Ta Tarasca
rasca Tarasca and Hernani Mora handled
the reins on High Day.
Alter a thorough investigation,
the stewards disqualified Vespucio
and suspended Ortega. Abolengo
became the winner while Tarasca
got the place purse. The victory
was one of five scored by Baeza
yesterday as he passed Gustines to
resume his role of leading rider at
the local oval.
One of Baeza's best rides came
in the sub-feature in which weak weak-hearted
hearted weak-hearted His Majesty virtually
"stole" the race in the 1st half-mile
while mutuels favorite Buen Mo
zo II (Gustines up) was untangling
n om a nrst turn jam in which
Buen Mozo was carried wide. This
was the $600 one mile main event
fourth series racers.
His Majesty led by six lengths
at one stage and had his lead cut
to three lengths by the fast-closing
Buen Mozo II in the final fur
long but held on long enough to
score by three-quarters of a length
in tne nara drive to the wire. His
Majesty turned the mile in 1:41
and paid $5.60.
El Tunchi raced to a relatively
easy one and one-half length tri
umph in the featured $1,000 seven
furlong sprint for first and second
series imported racrs. Double
Four was second and Alpinr third.
LI Tunchi turned the seven fur
longs in 1:25 4-5 and paid $4 even
to win.
Besides Abolengo and His Maj Majesty,
esty, Majesty, Baeza pushed home Singa Singa-luz,
luz, Singa-luz, Atrayente, and Marcelita.
One For Me, ridden by Mora,
was the day's only loneshot. He
paid $24.80 in the second race and
contributed the major share to the
first double ( Marcelifa-One For
Me) which returned $160.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Marcelita $7.60, $3.60
2 Jabalina $3.80
SECOND RACE
1 One For Me 24.80, $7
2 Juana de Arco $3.20
First Double: $160
THIRD RACE
1 Mechi (excluded from betting)
2 Sanodkan $3.20, $2.20
3 Dr. Bill $2.20
. FOURTH RACE
1 Don Smith 5.80, $3.40
2 Rabiblanco $4. 0
Quiniela: $17.40
FIFTH RACE
1 Atrayente $6.80, $2.80
2 Last Moment $2.80
SIXTH RACE
1 Abolengo $4, $2.60
2 Tarasca $3
SEVENTH RACE
1 El Tunchi $4, $2.60
2 Double Four $3.20
Second Double: $9.20
EIGHTH RACE
1 Singaluz $6, $4
2- a Pelirroia $18
Quiniela: $66.80
NINTH RACE
1 Parasol $5.80, $3.80
2 Mikel $3.60
One-Two: $20.40
TENTH RACE
1- Hls Majesty $5.60, $2.4
2 Buen Moio II $2.20
ELEVENTH RACE
lPretorlal 3.20, $2.60
2-FarallAn $2.80
One-Two: $5.60
A Pacific Little League Meet Meeting
ing Meeting will be held tonight at the
Administration Building, Balboe
Heights, at 7:30 p.m.

National league

TEAMS W L Pet. CB
San Francisco 73 57 .542
Los Angeles ... 71 5 .546 2
Milwaukee ... 70 M .538 3
Pittsburgh ... 70 62 .530 4
Cincinnati . 43 6 .481 10V4
Chicago 42 47 .481 10V
St. Louis ... 41 72 .459 13Vi
Philadelphia . 54 7 .404 20Vi

Today's Games
San Francisco at L. Angeles (N)
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 100 102 0206 11 1
St. Louis 220 000 0004 7 1
Hook (4-3) and Bailey.
Gibson (1,4), Duliba and Smith.
Milwaukee 001 001 0002 6 0
Chicago 000 000 15x-6 10 1
Willey (5-8), McMahon and Cran Cran-dall.
dall. Cran-dall. Hobbie (13-11), Henry and S.
Taylor.
(First Game)
Philadelphia 010 000 0001 6 1
Pittsburgh 100 000 0012 7 0
Robinson (1-3) and Thomas.
Haddix (11-9) and Burgess,
Foiles.
(Second Game)
Philadelphia 500 000 000 16 9 1
Pittsburgh 000 012 122 27 12 1
Semproch, Farrell (1-5) and
Thomas.
Daniels, Port erfield. Klino
Green, Gross, Face (17-0) and
Kravitz.
San Francisco 012 000 111 6 6 3
Los Angeles 000 211 1027 12 0
Antonelli. Miller. Worthi
McCormick (11-12). S
Landrith.
Sherry, Criag (7-4) and Pignata-
no.
Labor Day
To Include
The 1959 edition of the Atlantic
Side Invitational Swimming lleet
which will be held at Coco .Solo
Pool on Labor Day, Sept. 7 at 9
a.m.. will feature a forty-eight
event program.
The meet, which is sponsored by
Fritz Leffingwell
Wins International
Jaycee Tournament
PORTSMOUTH, Va. (UPI)
Tiny Fritz Leffingwell of Miami
Shores, Fla., continued his putting
mastery Saturday to card a 72 72-hole
hole 72-hole total of 290 and win the 14th
International Jaycees Golf Cham Championship.
pionship. Championship. Tjiffin(rwpll who wpiphc nnlv 115
pounds, shot a five-over-par 75 in
his final round at the Elizabeth
Manor Country Club course and
coasted to a two-stroke victory des despite
pite despite bogies on the last four holes.
Medalist Ronnie Gerringer of
next-door Newport News, Va., shot
74 for a 292 total and second place.
No medalist has won the tourney
in its 14-year history. Lynn Itur Itur-ri
ri Itur-ri of Ontario, Ore., fired a final final-round
round final-round 73 to gain third place with
294. right Garrett of Danville,
Va., shot 74 to tie for fourth with
Charles Layton of Waycross, Ga.,
at 295.
Georgians Jimmy Gabrielson of
Athens and Maury Finkelstein of
Savannah also took sixth and se
venth places with respective totals
of 297 and 298. Finkelstein finished
in a deadlock with Ronald Smith
of Manchester, Conn, who fired a,
77 on the final round to 78 for the
Georgian.
Leffingwell, a colorful figure In
a straw hat, prescription sun sunglasses
glasses sunglasses and a shirt-tail waving in
the breeze, said he knew Ihe
championship was his when he
canned a seven-loot putt for a
deuce on No. 12, his only birdie
of the day.
"I won the tournament right
there," he said.
Th Florida Stat Junior rhamn
" - r
only had one double-bogey in the
72 holes of play. He took the lead
in the opening round and held it
throughout.
Leffingwell bogeyed the last four
holes, hitting sand traps on three
of them and a swamp on the other,
but finished the tourney with a
five-foot putt an insurance stroke.
He was presented with a four four-foot
foot four-foot -tall trophy for the champion championship
ship championship and said he planned to quit
golf for a month.
"I figure I'm down to 110 pounds
after four days of hot weather' he
said.

American League
TEAMS W L Pet. GB
Chicago 80 4 .420
Cleveland ... 75 55 .577 5Va
Detroit 65 45 .500 15V4
New York .... 44 44 .492 14Vi
Baltimore ... 41 46 .480 18
Boston 41 49 .469 19V
Kansas City ... 59 70 .457 21
Washington .52 77 .403 28
Today's Games
New York at Baltimore (N)
Washington at Boston (N)
Only games scheduled.

Yesterday's Results
t
(First Game)
Chicago 000 005 ooi a c a
Cleveland 00(1 020 0103 8 0
Wynn (17-9), Staley md Lollar.
McLish (16-7), Locke, Harshman
and Fitzgerald.
(Second Game)
Chicago 032 020 0118 11 2
Cleveland 000 310 000 4 9 2
Latman (8-5), Lown and Roma Romano.
no. Romano. Bell (14-11), Grant, Garcia and
Fitzgerald.
New York
Washington
000 000 0011 5 ft
200 000 lOx Z 8 1
Terry (4-10) and Berra.
Kemmerer (8-14), Clevenger and
Courtney.
Baltimore
Boston
000 000 0000 4 1
201 000 OOx 3 5 0
Wilhelm (13-9), Fisher, Loes and
Triandos.
Sullivan (8-8) and White.
Detroit 000 000 1214 9 0
Kansas City 000 000 000 f. 3 0
Mossi (12-8) and Wilson.
Daley (15-10), Sturdrvant and
Smith.
Swim Meet
t-it';
48 Events
Attantie-siHp rivin itnnnnii. m...
- - ' tumiLi,!,, j ill cfl"
lion associations and Canal 7nn
organizations in mniwritinn ,;tu
the School's Division's Dept. of
Physical Education and Athletics,
will include events for all age
groups in each stvl of swimmino
Trophies will be awarded to each
nrst, second and third place event
winners.
Winners of the boys and girls 50
yd. freestyle events will be invited
to participate in a special novelty
handicap race at the conclusion of
the meet. Winners of first place
in this race will receive an appro appropriate
priate appropriate award.
Swimsters participating in the
meet will be limited to three
events in their own particular age
groups. The handicap race which
will be held at the conclusion of
the meet is not considered as an
event.
Swimmine Pool in arvio
be in the possession of participants
to gain admittance to the pool. En En-try
try En-try blanks and pool cards may be
applied for at Coco Solo, Gatun,
Gamboa and Balboa Pools. Entries
c ose at b p.m. Sept. 3, 1959. Entry
blanks mav alsn he hut i,.
Armed Forces swimming pools
through Special Service Officers.
u.s. citizens, having commissa commissa-ry
ry commissa-ry privileges, their dependents,
members of the Armed Fnreo.
their dependents, and tuition stu stu-dents
dents stu-dents who are enrolled in US
schools are eligible to enter this
meet. tio tee will be charged.
Events will be as follows:
FREESTYLE
7 yrs. and under 20 yds
8 yrs. old 20 yds. '
9 yrs. old 20 yds.
10 yrs. ol d 50 yds.
11 yrs. old 50 yds.
12 yrs. old 50 yds.
13. yrs. old 50 yds.
14 yrs. old 50 yds.
Men and women n -r,A
- v oiiu wyn t-m
50 yds.
BACKSTROKE
8 yrs. and under 25 yds
9 and 10 yrs. 50 yds.
11 an dl2 yrs. old 50 yda
13 and 14 yrs. old 100 yds.
Men and wnmsn hk
100 yds.
BREASTSTROKB
8 yrs. and under 25 ydi
9 and 10 yrs. old 50 yds.
11 and 12 yrs. old 50 yda.
13 and 14 yrs. old 100 yda.
Men and women CIS and avm-i
100 yds.
BUTTERFLY
8 yrs. old and under 25 yda.
9 and 10 yrs. old 50 yds.
11 and 12 yrs. old 80 yds.
13 and 14 yrs. old 100 yda.
Men and woman ( 18 and atverW

100 yds.



PAS I NINi

TBI FAJtAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1951
Olmedo Beats Layer To Even US-Aussie Davis Cup Play 2-2

Gene Littler Captures

$35,000 Miller Open

By FRED LINDECKE
UTTUAIIKFF Wis (UPI)

Gene Littler of Singing Hills,
Clil., won the ,$35,p00 Miller Open
golf tournament yesterday by
breaking a tie wuh PGA cham
pion Bob Rosburg with a birdie on
the 18th hole for a 72hole total of
265. ..

Littler, now the ursi pro iu
m.ntc nn the oroies-

live luuiiienit""' ',
ional tour since Dr. Cary Middle Middle-coff
coff Middle-coff in 1955, came from three
strdkes behind third round leader
Bo Wininger to win.

c a iu hpcamp a three-

way tie when Wininger, Odessa,
Tex, and Ted Kroll, Sarasota,
Fla., followed Littler's finish by
also birdieing the 18th for match matching
ing matching totals of 226. The 18th par
by Rosburg, Palo Alto, Calif.,
knotted him with the two
Wininger, who went into the
final round with a three stroke
iH nn 9 54-hnle total of 195,

failed to break par the last 18

holes and finisned wun n. iviuu a
finjfl round was 68.

A five-year veteran at cne

of 29, Littler drew even with
Rosburg on the par four 15th hole
with a birdie putt that fell in
from 10 feet out.
HAD FINAL ROUND 67
Rosburg, 32, and Littler
matched par holes on the 16th and
17th and came into the 18th with
71-hole totals of 262. Both men
were on the green on the 375-yard
18th in two strokes, and Littler
sent his first putt home on a
stroke of six feet, while Rosburg's

attempt from 19 feet out rimmeo
the cup.
Litter's final Whole total was
17 to go with rounds of 68, 66
and 64. Rosburg's final round was
66, added to previous rounds of
69 67 and 64.

Litter's 15-under-par total was
the lowest 72-hole total on the
PGA tour this year. It did not
break the reccrd at Tripoli
Country Club, however, wnere
Middlecoff, Hollywood, Fla., won
the Miller last year with a 264.
PALMER GETS 273
Art Wall Jr., Pocono Manor,

Pa., the leading professional

money winner this year, finished
third with a 269 and Ed Oliver,
Denver, Colo., and Bill Collins,
Crystal River, Fia., were tied for
fourth wit.i 270.
Ernie Vosslcr, Midland, Tex.,
pulled himself back into the
money with a final round of 63,
lying the course record.
Arnold Palmer, Ligonicr, Pa.,
1958 Master's champion, shot his
bast round of the tournament, a
65, to wind up with a 273, seven
under par. Palmer, fourth place
money on the tour, with more
than $27,000 in prizes, shot a 66
Saturday after opening rounds of
73 and 69.

Auto Racing Claims
Another Victim

MILWAUKEE (UPI)-Ed Fris Frisian,
ian, Frisian, 3. Fresno. Calif., was killed
Sunday when his car spun out,
crashed and burned on the 28th
lap of a 200-mile national cham championship
pionship championship big car rare at the Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin State Fair track in sub suburban
urban suburban West Allis.
Track officials believe Frisian's
car wjs struck by a car driven
by Ed .Icrnsnn. Cnyhosp Falls,
Ohio after El'sian's brakes an an-narentlv
narentlv an-narentlv locked and he went into
the spin.
Johnson's car was severely

.lam need but he suffered only mi

nor iniuries and remained at tr.e
track.

The accident occurred on the

south turn of the nne-mile paved
track. The car overturned in mid
Mr and struck the wall upside
down.
Spectators said they saw Elii Elii-ian's
ian's Elii-ian's rms waving as he tried to
free himself from the wreckage,
which caught fire immediately
i'ii'e ;'rparatus was rushed to th?
scene but some five minutes
elapsed before firemen wre abie
to extinguish the flames. By the
time the racing car was righted,
Elisian was dead.

Morales-Matthews
Battle To Feature
This Week's Boxing
NEW YORK (UPI) Rolando

( Chico) Morales lightweight
champion of Cuba, seeks his 17th

straight victory rnaty i n i
against contender Len Matthews
at Atlantic City, N. J in a 10 10-round
round 10-round TV-radio fight that features
this week's boxing.
Matthews of Pniladelphia, seventh-rated
contender, is favored
at 2-1 over unrated Morales be because
cause because of his speed and punch.
Morales is making his TV debut.
Matthews is fresh from wins over
lohnny Gonsalves and Candy Me Me-Farland.
Farland. Me-Farland. The bout will be tele televised
vised televised and broadcast by NBC.
Wednesday night's TV 10-round-er
(ABC) brings together middle middle-weights
weights middle-weights Gene (Ace) Armstrong
and Dick Tieer at Camden. N.J.
Armstrong, fast and smart, is re returning
turning returning to action after a six six-month
month six-month lav-off. Nevertheless he is
favored at 3-1 over Tiger.
Armstrong of Elizabeth. N. J.,
is ranked 10th among contenders.
Tirer nf Nigeria is unrated al

though ct-ampion of the British

Empire. Tiger had only two pre previous
vious previous American bouts both with
Rnrv ralhnun Tieer drew in the

first one and lost a close deeision

in thp KpronH.

The week's boxing schedule in

cludes:

MONDAY Montreal Robert

Clcroux vs Cecil Gray.

TUESDAY Sacramento, Calif.
Mike DeJohn vs Duke Sadebong.
Fresno, Calif. Walter Ingram vs
XMcho Escalante. San Jose, Cal.
Eddie Chavez vs Red Ton Dav Davis.
is. Davis. Las Vegas. Nev. Al Williams
vs Eddie Andrews. Pittsfield,
Mass. Arthur Persley vs Curley
Monroe. Albuouerque. N. M. Don
Fleeman vs Tommy Simms.
WEDNESDAY Camden, N. J.
Gene (Ac?) Armstrong vs Dick
Tiger (TV).
THURSDAY Portland. Ore

Denny Moyer vs Paddy DeMarco.

Stockton. Calif. Stan Davis vs
Rpn Casino T,os Aneeles Bobby

Scanlon vs Alfred Urbina. Boise,

Idaho Hurricane Jackson vs
George Logan.
FRIDAY Atlantic City, N. J.
Ln Matthews vs Chico Morales
(TV).
SATURDA Y Hollywood, Calif.
Vince Delgado vs Felix Cervantes.

Darkness Halts
Fraser-MacKay
Match Tied Up
By OSCAR FRALEY
FOREST HILLS, N Y. (UPI)

Darkness yesterday halted the de

ciding Davis cup singles matcn
between big Barry MacKay and
Australian Neale Fraser, all even
at one set each, after Alex 01
medo squared the count at 2 2
for the United States with a mar marathon
athon marathon five-set victory over Aussie
Rod Laver.
MacKay, Uncle Sam's last ditch
hope, battled the 22 year old Fra
ser to a comeback 6-8, 6 3, stand standoff
off standoff in the sultry shades of eve eveningpostponing
ningpostponing eveningpostponing the ultimate de
cision until today after Olme
do bested the red-haired Laver,
9-7, 4 6, 10-8, 12 10, in a gruelling
three hour and 25-minute struggle.
The 66 games comprised the long longest
est longest four-set match and third long longest
est longest bout ever in challenge round
history.
HOOVE RSAW MATCH

m

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STEWARDS sometimes have fi i
3ured in rainer pecul.ar rulings j
out the events of the day at old,
Latonia when the entry of Santa
lene and Terra Cotta ran top

.hem all.
The horses, carrying the silks
of the Chicago Stable, went to the
post in the feature event as shop
priced favori.es.

There was no central saddling j
point in those days and hursos I
could be readied for a race in

the stables, under the Latonia
trees or anywhere the trainer
wished just so long as they ail
reached the post on time. Finally

the field was assembled and
started.
The entry, running as predict- J
ed, came to the finish line in one- 1
two order. As the crowd waited,
no numbers werp posted. All eyes j
' ' ' ' ,(!' 1

was empty. The judges, who

. i f not
there. They had not even seen
the race, having dallied in the
clubhouse for three finders of
bourbon.

Former President Herbert
Hoover was among the 11,000 fans
jammed into .the horse shoe
shaped concrete stadium as Ol Olmedo
medo Olmedo put the U. S. back into the
running with his clutch victory
and sent MacKay, the 21 year
old from Dayton, Ohio, and his
No. 1 ranked Australian rival in into
to into a battle of booming serves for

the big silver mug emblematic of'
international amateur tennis su supremacy,
premacy, supremacy, MacKay and Fraser put on a
slashing battle of aces and dou
ble faults. The Midwestemer dou
blefatilted away his service in
the 13th game to lose the opening
set and Fraser returned the com
pliment in the second game of the
second set to send them into
rlav'c thrPP rmsinin0 ct all

even. The match will resume at

3 p.m.
Olmedo, hero of the United
States' victory last December in
which the Yanks recaptured the
silver ware, was strictly on the
spot yesterday. He had ltst his
opening singles match to Fraser
and also lost in Saturday's doubles.
Fighting furiously to re-cover
his vanished touch, Olmedo
caught a tartar in ttie game little
scrambler from Down Under. La Laver
ver Laver was bruising the corners with
brilliant placements and threw up
a stone wall defense.
KEPT HOP-IS ALIV1
But Olmedo, the Lend Lease
star from Peru, milled hi msp f

off the floor to keep Uncle Sam's
hopes alive. Playing sporadically,
Alex lost his service twice in the
first set, broke back twice and in

me in game fought off two set

points to finally halt service.
Aroused, he broke through in the
5th game and then held service
to take the lead.
Each broke twir ariv ,,

second set before Olmedo's serv

ice cracked again and a double
fault put him behind 0-40.
Thtat cost him the set and as
they fought througth the long third
set each broke through twice. Ol
medo finally scored the winner bv
breaking through in the 17t'h
game.
"The Chief," who -lost service
seven times in the first three sets
raised his delivery to old time

vVJaZ the f0urth set and
yielded only 13 points in the 11
times he served. He let Laver off

noon tnree timeg before scor scoring
ing scoring the set's only break in th
zi t game, and running it out for

aijuaiiiig vnciory.

Rules required that the race he
run over, which was done. For Fortunately
tunately Fortunately for all concerned, the en entry
try entry again ran down the opposition
as the crowd chuckled.
Modern fans, geared to photo
finishes, electronic timing and
such, probably would have torn
the stands to pieces and the
judges, too.

refreshing
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Large Bottle 60c.

CHICAGO (UPI) The United
States, spread-f agling the f.eld,
picked up six more Gold Medals
Saturday in the second day of
compe.ition in the th;rd Pan
American Games.
The U.S. winners Saturday were
Josh Culbreath of Norr.stown, Pa
in the men's 4W-metcr hurdless;
lsabelle Daniesl of Jakin, Ga., in
the women's CO-meter dash; Ray
.Nor. on of Oakland, lalil., in the
100-meter dash: Isaac Bergcr of
Hollywood, Calif., th? feather featherweight
weight featherweight lifting; Don Bragg o. renns
Grove, N.J.. in the pole vault and
Irvin Robcrson of Philadelphia in

the broad jump.
Those triumphs meant that the

, had won nin? ol the lirsi 11
f -eld Medals decided in the games.

Friday the U.S. won three.
Culbreath beat out Richard How Howard
ard Howard of Los Angeles in a -driving
finish in the 400 meter hurdles.
Culbreath. the defending Pan
American champion, and Howard
ran stride for stride down the home
; stretch with Culbreath winning by

less than a yard Cut. on Cushman
was live yards behind Howard.
It was the second Gold Medal the
U.s won in track and field in the
s?cond day of competition. An
Liv-r ear'ier, lsabelle Daniels, a
22 year-old from Jakin, Ga., won
the women's 60-meter dash but it
ws not until 60 minutes later that
1 ei vic.ory in a photo finish was
nnfirmed.
The jud'jes studied the photo

, finish while other events were
'going on hefore declaring Miss
I Daniels the winner over Barbara
J( nes of Nashville. Tcnn., and Car Car-l.,ita
l.,ita Car-l.,ita Gooden of Panama, who
I linished in a dead heat for second
place. All three were clocked in

the same time, :07.4, tying the fan
American record set in the trials
Friday night by Miss Gooden.
In thp Decathlon, after three of

the five events on Saturday's pro-
gram there are 10 events m
all which decide the title Dave
iF.dstrom, a student at the Univer University
sity University or Oregon, was leading with
a total of 2,434 points. He tied for

first place in all three events, the
100-meter dash, th? broad jump
and the shot put. Hector Thomas
of Venezuela was second with 2
27 points. The high jump and 400
meter dash still were on Satur Satur-I
I Satur-I dav's schedule.

Althea Gibson, making a com'.1

feated Marta Hernandez of Mexico
6- 4, 6-4 in the Women's singles
tournament of the games. Earlier
Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode had de defeated
feated defeated Mabel Bove of Argentina.
7- 5, 6-1.
In team sports, the U.S. de

feated Cuba 13-3 in Men's foil

rviii ird V) i uauu ill n ivui vum- .
back af.cr a year's retirement fencing, and Haiti 7-2 in soccer.

TONGUE LASHING Sally Moore bites her toner rpprehensively,
but the Bakersfield, Calif., 19-year-old is hTc'.d .somewhere wittj
a big game. Ranked number eip,ht nationally, she is the United
States women's clay court champion.

TAUNUS (Ford of Germany)

COSMOS, S. A. Tel 2-

Bisons Cop Twinbill

To Virtually Clinch

Inlernalional Flag
NEW YORK. Auff. 31 mtph

The Buffalo Bisons are really to
order the champagne for their pen-

naiu-ciincning ceieDration.

ine Bisons virtually wrapped up
he International Lea mm vpsfpr.

day when they flattened the Ro
Chester Red Wings, 11-1 and 8-2 in
a double header at Rochester. The

two wins left the Herd 7Mi games
ahead of second-place Columbus
with nine games left to play.
Buffalo used the long ballit.s
subdue the Wings. Joe Taylor
stroked 2 'homers and Bobby Mor

gan and rank Herrera hit one a a-piece
piece a-piece in the 1st tramp Hcrrpr.n

Jackie Phillips and nitrhpr Ken

penman nit lor the circuit in the
nightcap. Both Lehman and Dallas

dreen burled distance jobs for the

.Bisons.

hurled distance jobs for the Bisons

The Columbus lets took ovpr see

ond olace from Havana by topping

tne bugar Kings, 2-0 on a four hit
shutout by southpaw, Joe Gibbon
The Jets collected only five hits oil

tne com Dined hurling of Ted Wie
and Pedro Carrillo, and fifth in
nings to win.
The Otlumbus Jets took over see
tered three hits in nitrhin? thp To

ronto Maple Leafs to a 1-0 triumph

over Montreal in the second gam;
of a twin bill at Toronto, after. th
Royals had taken the first garni
4-3. Larry Raines first-inning homi
run was the margin of victory ir
the nightcap.
At Richmond, Jim Pisoni club
bd a 10th inning homer to givi
the Virginians a 2-1 victory ovei
h Miami Martini Startnr .Tin

Rrnn!nft and .Tohnnv .Iimpc whn

relieved him in the 10th. teamed tin

- hoM Mianr to just hv" hi's.
th James gaining credit for the
win.

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2112, August 30, 1959.
The whole ticket has it pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

2670
0343
0502

$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00

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0570 156.00 1570 156.00 2570 156.00 .1570 156.00 4570 156.0(1 5570
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OR70 156 00i 1S70 156.00 2X70 156.00 3S70 156.00 4170 1" I 5S70
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Approximations Derived From Rrst Prize

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2I S20.00 2664 820.00 2666 .120.00 I 2668 520.00 2671 520.00 I 2673 520.00 I 25,5 .,20 00 I 21.7 0 0"
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W mi B 033. 130 00 034 130.00 0342 I on I 05 jn. 1 Z
335 130.00 0.137 130.00 0330 130 00 0341 130.00 0.144 110 00 0316 l.in.l.O CM 1-1 r" r mm p"
Approximations Derived From Tlrd Prize
t 1 1 1
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Prire-wlnnin; Numhers of jesterday's Lottery Drawin were .'!(! at: The 1st Colon. 2nd Herrera a-i-l ?r in P.-ram a.
The Nine Hundred v liolp tickets ending; In 0 and not i.K uded in the above list win Fiftv T-vo I-Hars ( 52.01)) errh.
The whole ticket has fifty two pieces which comprises the two series "A" & T"
Signed hy: The Governor of the Prnvinre of Panama ALBERTO AI RMAN
Th Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GUARD1A JR.

JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notary Public, Panama

WITNESSES: Vicente Vhillui Jr. Ced. 8-S-2122
Luis Alherto Lopez Ced. 47-22265

PA Pl.O A. PINEL M.
Secretary

kjv-j-r Th winning llrkft-i with thf last cipher and with tht two Imi
INU I t: ciphers apply onlv to the First Prize.
The First Priye unci the 2nd nml 3rH Prbes ore draw.) separately The p
proximallons ore cnlrulaled on :he First. Second and Third prlres T r;ie
a ticket should carry II.? numbers of each prize, the holder Is entillrd to
'-lalm payment for each
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, August 30, 1959
Drawini Number 813
Traction Ticket
First Prize 70 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize . 43 .3.00 60.00
Third Prize ... 02 2.00 40.00

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TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
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PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOIT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charie our ad if
you have a commercial
contract.
Classified Par closes 11 :M
a.m. Mon. to FrL, 11 a.m.
Sat., 2 pJO. Sat for Son.
Office open 6-5 weekdays.
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IVTVRNAX DF PLB1 irACIONFS Nn a Lottery Plaza CASA Z ALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUROES PHARMACY 182 L. CarrasoBtUa FARM Af I A LOM LOMBARD
BARD LOMBARD U Sire2r MMRawJthol Jul, AvV J SI LEWIS SEBVICE-Av, Tlv.U N. 4 PARMACIA E8TADOS UNIDOS MS Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 114 Central Av HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J P de U Osm Ave. He. 41 FOTO DOMY Jule Aroseaena Ave. un 33 St. rAR rAR-MAC.A
MAC.A rAR-MAC.A VftttlttS2 M 53 FARM AO A U BATURRO-Perqu. Lefevr. ,1 Street .FARMACIA 'JAS'-VU Prr IU jrWOVtUADES ATHIS ATHIS-Besidr
Besidr ATHIS-Besidr Bella Vlsu Theatre and Branch at Minima Supet Market en VU tfepafta COLON OFFICE: !5th and Amador Guerrero Me, 142! TeL 431,

ffn f AS AM A AMEBIC AH AH OTOEFEXDENT DAILY VEWSFANS

Resorts

Foster! cottages, near Santa
CUra Reasonable ratei Phone
Balboa 1866
PHILLIPj Oceansioe Cottaqei
Santa Ciara R 4 f ?" P P-'Mma
'Mma P-'Mma J-1877 Cristobal 3-1673
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,
laundry, maid's room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, porch, terrace, garage ana
good siie yard Phone 3-6307,
Panamo
FOR RENT: Chalet Newly
constructed Three bedrooms,
studio, garage, large fenced yard,
hot water, Calle 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 living
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
porch, terrace, garage, hot wa water,
ter, water, TV antenna connection
Phone 2-3145, Panama
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
three bedrooms, livingroom, din dining
ing dining room, kitchen, terrace 8th
street No 3. Parque Lefevre
Phone 2-4840. after 6:00 p m.
phone 4-0091.
Services
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agencias. Tivo Tivo-II
II Tivo-II 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
Prcrect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage
Prompt scientific treatment cn
emergency or monthly budget
basis Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.

Houses

Commercial Guide

. ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
I Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740

Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
To Animals
Box Halhiia. I 1
Phone: Cummin ."iH'l
The riiHovv inK annimals Hi Ihr I
real Veterinary Hospital nroil ""
home:
1 Male cllu rat. large. M'1-
tinnall hanrisonir- and litnllf
1 Male hlaik killon
1 Male Mack and white kiltcil
1 !lalr Mark rlns. shnrl haired.
terrier type
K)R Till Kll I OWIM. ( M l I HK
ABOVK P1IONK NOIBI'.H:
1 female Dalmatian, -.payed, thui-
nugliln ed. deaf. II rs. "Id
1 Male -hascy rl"S. medium -le.
7 M-v nld
3 Kittens. 1 male. 2 female, black
and hite. 2 mo, nld
1 female rat. hlaik and white. 2
yrv old.
srproR'r nun spca.
VOl' SEF.O IT. IT NKHS Mil
(ilBKALTAR LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Jim Ridge
Harry Cornell
Davis Stevenson
Box K. Diablo, ( 7
Telephone Pan. 2-0552
"Rut why docs Junior
the car with the Mark
GUARDIA &
Icl. 3-7225 Ext.

Apartments

FOR RENT: Beautiful view,
modern f urnished 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: Apartment, con concrete
crete concrete house, living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, yard.
S50 00 monthly. "Urbanization
La Pradera", opposite La Garan
tia Furniture factory, Sabanas.
Phone 4-0630.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, close to. The
Panama HiltoiC telephone; ir ir-condition,
condition, ir-condition, hot water. PhonS 3 3-5023
5023 3-5023 or 3-0390
FOR RENT: Threa bedroom
apartment. Maid's room. Hot
water Garage. Paitilla. Phone 3 3-2279.
2279. 3-2279. I
$50 00 furnished apartment.
Northamerican neighbors. Fre Fre-auentl
auentl Fre-auentl transportation. Yard. Tel.
3-0471.
FOR RENT: Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, dining and liv living
ing living room, kitchen, balcony, gar garage,
age, garage, room for maid, etc. $75.
Via Argentina. Tel. 3 4994.
FOR RENT: Very cool and
comfortable one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, San Francisco. Phone 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. Rooms
Furnished room. Private entrance
bthronm at Bellavista 48th St.,
No 49-141, Call 2-3778 -$38.00.
Boats & 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.
O'fice hours.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES I P TO 36 Mo
on new cars
AUENCY DEIiLINOER
No. 43 Automobile Kow
Phone 3-4!)84 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
We Certify
RADIO and TV
SERVICE
We tertify quolity porh and lervice
. fair cha'qtM.
TROPELCO
rr pm
ijjUJi, juaraniy Seal.
TKOrKIA), S. A.
Tel. 3-7489
always have to take
IV air conditioner?"
CIA., S. A.
Panama City

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 54 Chevrolet con convertible,
vertible, convertible, beautiful shape, recently
overhauled, all accessories, pric priced
ed priced for quick sale. Call Coroial
2148, Panama 3 7435.
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
tires
1957 Volkswagen, tudor. WSW
tires.
1955 Dodge Royal Lancer. 4DR,
Full power packed. Excellent car.
1 956 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 ps ps-senger,
senger, ps-senger, country squire station
wagon, radio, heater, seat belts,
one owner, 21 inch RCA table
TV, wrought iron stand. Navy
Pacific 2436.
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.
FOR SALE: Mercury Hardtop
coupe 1955, loaded, duty paid,
eye it and try it at 5281 -A,
Morrison St. Diablo. 2-3654.
FOR SALE: 1959 Fiat, Black
w white walls Call 84 4287
or see at 657B Ft. Kobbe. Terms
may be arranged.
FOR SALE: Cadillac sedan '51,
$500. Hillman Minx convertible,
$250. Both good condition. Tel.
Gamboa 605.
CUSTOMERS WANTED NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
New mattresses 6.50. Springs
12.50. Metal Double Beds with
Spring 19.00. China Closett
15 00 New Cacas Cost 5.50.
Hollywood Beds wo mattress
15.00. Chrome Dinette Set (Only
One) 45 00. Brand New 5 pc.
Dinette Sets 89.00. Mahogany 5
pc. Dining Room Suites from
59.00. A Thousand Other Bar Bargains
gains Bargains in New b Used Articles
Cash or Credit We Deliver.
HX Household Exchange HX 41
Auto Row. Call 3-4911 or 3 3-7348
7348 3-7348 We Buy Your Old Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. Wanted
WANTED: Accountant, male,
age 24-30; experience in cost or
steamship accounting desirable.
Fluent English and Spanish.
Write P O. 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 Northamerican
ican Northamerican couple with two daughers.
Call 2-4437.
WANTED: Furnished house in
Golf Heights, at least three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, from September 28. Be Between
tween Between $250 and $300. Amer American
ican American family Prefer 4-month lease.
Call 3-4719 during office hours.
o m e s 1 1 c
WANTED: Cook, housekeeper,
must speak some English. Only
those with reference need apply.
Excellent salary. Call Panama 2 2-2835
2835 2-2835 between 10 a.m. and 12
noon and 4 to 6 p.m.

Which Type of Investor Are
You? or Should You Be?

1. Young investor: Techni Technician,
cian, Technician, supervisor, executive.
Seeking growth of capital.
Many years to go before
retirement rj

If you an either of these investor types
You can Invest Safely by Air-Mail in
Stocks and Bonds of U.S. Companies.
Inquiries solicited from serious investors. Mark and
return this advertisement by Air-Mail with name
and address. We are a REGISTERED. LICENSED,
BONDED, U.S.A. Security Dealer. We do not offer
or recommend unseasoned or speculative issues.
Griffin jWcCartljp
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
'8340 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 31, Florida

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Kenmort automatic
washing machine in A-1 condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 3-3595, can be seen
at house No. 28 7th Avenue,
San Francisco.
FOR SALE: One 9 foot West West-inghoute
inghoute West-inghoute refrigerator, new unit.
One 10 cu. foot, deep freie
Telephone, Balboa 2479.
CUSTOMERS WANTED NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
New mattresses 6.50. Springs
12 50. Metal Double Beds with
Spring 19.00. China Closets
15.00. New Cavas Cost 5 50.
Hollywood Beds wo mattress
15.00. Chrome Dinette Set I Only
One) 45.00. Brand New 5 pc.
Dinette Sets 89.00. Mahogany 5
pc. Dining Room Suites from
59 00. A Thousand Other Bar Bargains
gains Bargains in New & Used Articles
Cash or Credit We Deliver.
HX Household Exchange HX 41
Auto Row Call 3-4911 or 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. We Buy Your Old Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to Sept. 7. Classee
Begin: Sept. End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION, Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, J J-3018.
3018. J-3018. Learning Spanish is not easy, but
Mrs. Romero's Conversational
Method makes Spanish simple
and interesting. Twenty yean'
experience with ever 6,000 pu pupils.
pils. pupils. Individual attention to each
pupil. Lessons mornings, after afternoons
noons afternoons and evening. 4th of July
Ave. T1-352 No. 10. In frent
of Quarry Heights.
DUTARY ACADEMY OF AIT
drawing painting
Learn and train under prac practicing
ticing practicing professional. Registration
from August 26 through Sep September
tember September 24th. For additional in information
formation information pleas call Panama
3-1927.
matter of
FACT
i Though there are about 20
! species of the stork family,
! only one, the wood ibis, is
found in the U.S., usually
along or near the Gulf Coast.
The wood ibis is a member of
the stork family and not of the
ibis family. It is white and
about four feet long. It al always
ways always selects the tallest trees
for its nests which are poor poorly
ly poorly built platforms about 100
feet above ground. Two oa
three eggs are laid in the nest.
Kncyrloporlla Ttrltnnnlra
LEGAL NOTICE
United Stales District Court For ,t
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the mater of the estate of John
Arthur Hanson, Deceased. No. 547. Pro-
hate.
Notice of time vt for proving will and
hen ring application for letters
NOTICE is herei'y given that a peti petition
tion petition for the probate of the will of
John Arthur Hanson, deceased: and for
the issuance of letters of administra administration
tion administration with the will annexed to T. C.
Henler was filed In this Court on Au August
gust August 20, 1959. and that September 11,
1959 at 9 o'clock a.m.. in the Court Courtroom
room Courtroom of this Court at Ancon. Canal
Zone, has been set for the hearing of
said petition, when and where any per
son Interested may appear and contest
the same, and show caune, if any. why
said petition should not be granled.
Daled at Ancon, Canal Zone, this
August 25. 195?
Sara rle la Pena
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
BysMarlan D. Rouen
Deputy Clerk of Court
2. Middle aged or ap approaching
proaching approaching retirement.
Seeking increased comfort
and security beyond pen pension
sion pension return. q

Lessons

Miscellaneous

FOR SALIv Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by Hi
truckloadf. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: New Guatemalan
furniture for your porch, Stuffed
living room tat in new condition.
Hand made Italian win red rug.
Large tit 1954 Pontiac hardtop,
excellent condition. All below
normal prices. Must sell, leaving
Isthmus. Telephone Balboa 4495
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: A "Lester" piano,
m good condition. Moderate
price. Phone Panama 1-3436.
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. 3 3-1285.
1285. 3-1285. FOR SALE: 1951 Buick two
door. Good ffci boat, 25 h p
motor, trailer, 22 rifle. Balboa
4263, house 6444, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds,
very good conditions. Several
sixes. Phon 3-3152.
FOR SALE: BABY PIANO in
perfect conditions, for additional
information and price, please call
2-1790, Panama.
FOR SALE: Three riding horses,
saddles, bridles. Call 83-6173.
FOR SALE: Royal typewriter,
$20.00, typewriter table, $6.00;
foam mattress for double bed,
$30. 5428-A Diablo. 2-3240.
FOR SALE: Cabinet with
shelves, workbench, Vice, Heat Heaters;
ers; Heaters; bar; furniture; Miscellan Miscellaneous.
eous. Miscellaneous. 2308-B Lascruees, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Bike 24 inch boy's
American, $15. House 81 12-A.
Phone 3 1341.
CUSTOMERS WANTED NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
New mattresses 6.50. Springs
12.50. Metal Double Beds with
Spring 19.00. China Closets
15.00. New Cacas Cost 5.50.
Hollywood Beds wo mattress
15.00. Chrome Dinette Set (Only
One) 45.00. Brand New 5 pc.
Dinette Sets 89.00. Mahogany 5
pc. Dining Room Suites from
59.00. A Thousand Other Bar Bargains
gains Bargains in New & Used Artieuea
Cash or Credit We Deliver.
HX Household Exchange HX 41
Auto Row. Call 3-4911 or 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. W. Buy Your Old Fusr
niture.
AttOUND
By
Panama's political pot continu continued
ed continued to boil last week.
At the weekend, Assemblynman
Jose D. Bazan, former Minister
of Government and Justice, and
sugar king Eric Delvalle, started
seeking inscriptions for their Re Republican
publican Republican Party, while Dr. Gilber Gilber-to
to Gilber-to Arias took off Friday for a tour
of the Interior to further the cause
of his Third Nationalist Party.
Two popular Pacific side dam damsels
sels damsels Vicel Steel and Leonora
Alexis were the recipients of con congratulations
gratulations congratulations from their friends a
week ago yesterday on trte oc occasion
casion occasion of their birthdays.
Cleveland Warner and Kenneth
Henry both of Club Altamira are
also Virgoans who have birthdays
this month. Warner observed his
last Monday and Ken's is due to
morrow.
Mrs. L. E. McFarquajar, metho metho-dist
dist metho-dist Church officer and home eco
nomics teacher at the Paraiso
Junior High School, finally got her
diseharee from Gorsas Hospital
on Au2. 22. some three months
after being a patient there.
The president of the Interna International
tional International Girl Scouts of the Canal
Zone who was visited on her
sickbed by Lady Baden Powell
said (he is very grateful to all
those who took care of her ..at
the hospital and those who ad added
ded added cheer by visits, flowers and
numerous get-well cards.
Nine-year-old Carmen Cuthbert
quietly celebrated her birthday
last Tuesday. The daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carlos Cuthbert, sh
was widely congratulated by her
little friends.
Newsman Dave Constable
seen busy al tlu- If io Abajo Cor
regiduria iasl week working .'
the inscription of the Third Na
tionalist Party.
Birthday greetings went all the
way to California last Tuesday to
Mrs. Florencia Fulton S t o v a 1,
former member of the local Las
Amigas del Pueb'n Club. The
young Panamanian matron lives
with her husband in Marysville,
Cal.
Visiting Panama after some
30 years in the United States is
Erhelbert D. Anderson, a for former
mer former Colon resident.
Anderson, who is in the real
estate and insurance business in
New York, is here to visit his
mother, Mrs. Clifford Douglas of
Colon. Before coming back to the
Isthmus, he stopped off in Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica to visit relatives there and
plans lo be in Panama up until
the middle of this week.
Things are movini aheafl fnr

A ffllj L to A 1 p iv jy f, 1 jf
AttOUIVD TOWN I Tim1

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
snottrt, in the Nttavo Hipodromo
Urbanization across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with otree
fronts, sewage, water auia and
-electricity. CaN W. MeBarnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
Do you want to buy or sell a lot
in Las Cumbres? Sea Liche Cas Cas-trellon
trellon Cas-trellon at La Hacienda Restau Restaurant,
rant, Restaurant, from 4 p.m. on or by ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. I offer the last two
lots on the highway. Two small
farms, 12,000 meter on the
Tranaisthmian, 30 minutes from
the capital. One has a small
house, well, roe across the
property, end a variety of fruit
trees.
FOR SALE: Lot 1,000 square
meters at Valla Anton, well
situated. Ancon Ave. No. 1395
upstairs.
CUSTOMERS WANTED NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
New mattresses 6.50. Springs
12.50. Metal Double Beds with
Spring 19.00. China Closets
15 00. New Cacas Cost 5 50.
Hollywood Beds wo mattress
15.00. Chrome Dinette Set (Only
One) 45.00. Brand New 5 pc.
Dinette Sets 89.00. Mahogany 5
pc. Dining Room Suites from
59.00. A Thousand Other Bar Bargains
gains Bargains in New & Used Articles
Cash or Credit We Deliver.
HX Household Exchange HX 41
Auto Row. Call 3-4911 or 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. We Buy Your Old Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
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
Ave.
LIMA, QUITO, BOGOTA, are
three of the capitals you will
visit during the Excursion BLOK
AGENCIES offers you in October.
Make your reservation right away
at 3-3397.
TOWN
TOM
o
the Agencias Giscome-Byron Toy Toy-loy
loy Toy-loy combine for the big world
series special to the U.S. on Sept.
27.
The talk of the town seems to be
Ihe Altamira's seventh anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary dance at El Panama Hilton on
Sept. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. William Milne
Former Residents now state state-siders
siders state-siders were feted with a party
last Saturday night at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chilcott
of Colon.
The party was attended by
Messrs. George Harrison, Antonio
Chang, Majir M. Garcia, Vincent
Gabay, Volney Swaby, Misses Ru Ruby
by Ruby Jones Victoria Brown, Thelma
Waldron, Maxime Toledano, Annie
Milne, Dolores D'Oyen and Elena
Stewart as well as Mr. and Mrs.
Elvin Diaz, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Dyett, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jones and
several others.
Now residing m Brooklyn, N. Y.
the Milnes left here about 13 years
ago.
TV will soon come to Panama..,
Look up and soon you will be see
ing.
Mrs. Clarice Rice Holder, of
Carrasquilla, was hostess at a
turkey dinner last Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon in honor of Mrs. Olga
Lyle Roper and Mrs. Bernice
Bennett of Brooklyn, N. Y. A
small group of friends attended
the dinner.
Next Sunday, the Pacific Ever
green Garden Club will be co co-sponsors
sponsors co-sponsors of a concert at the Pa
raiso gym in aid of the Latin A
merican Scholarship fund.
The presentation will featun
Ihe 776th Air Force Band of Al
hrook Field anti the La Boca
Alumni Glee Club.
Thought for Today: "Let
Man speak ill ot the absent."
Nr.
ALPINE LINE PROPOSED
MUNICH, Germany (UP!)-T
possibility of constructing an 01

pipeline across the Alps from

Genoa, Italy, to Munich is being

investigated by officials of
group of West German and Hal
ian banks, it was disclosed Mon

day. Supporters of the plan hope

it will reduce the cost of oil pro
ducts for German consumers.
TO ASK FLOOD AID
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Na

tionalist China will ask the United
States for $38,300,000 to help re repair
pair repair damage from recent floods
Formosa, authoriative source?
said today. Total dama?
caused by the floods is estimated
at 94 million dollars, nearly hall
0 U to agriculture.

INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By SAM SHULSKY
King Featurts Syndicate,
235 E 4S St., New York
Q. A Turonto broker solicited
me on some stock about two years
ago-via the mails. Foolishly, I
bought 500 shares. The company
issued glowing reports on the pro
gress of the outfit regularly until
the first of this year
When the stock was bought, the
broker said it could be sold any
time, but when I wrote to sell it
November, 1958 he advised
that the company was not trading
at that time. I wrote two letters
to the company but received no
replies. When I wrote to the brok broker
er broker again, he said the company
would advise shareholders of a
new program just embarked on
So far, no further report.
A. This is an old, old story.
But your experience was so cha
racteristic of this type of film
flam operation and you tell it
so well that I let your letter run
on. Evidently, the warning cannot
be repeated too many times.
I don't know when the small in
vestors will learn that buying
stock via mail or telephone from
Canada is a sticker's game 100
per cent.
The mining company you men
tion does some prospecting, but
as far as I can tell, has found no
thing. Last fall it showed a cash
position of $6,000. Shares are out
standing about 1 1-4 million.
Typical of this sort of thing are
the glowing reports --until they
suddenly stop. Then, too, There
are the capital reorganizations,
the new programs.
Where you were the victim of
some outright lying was that busi
ness about not being able to sell
your stock because the "company
was not trading stock at that
time." Companies never trade
their stock. The truth of the mat
ter was that the broker was the
ony lone interested in the stock
and that interest didn t extend to
buying just selling.
As I said before It's n old
old story. I wonder when people
will "get the message.'
Q. I have just made my, first
purchase of stocks 100 shares
each of Allied Kid,, Great Western
Sugar, Texas Gulf Sulphur, Burl
ington. Can you give me some in
formation of these..
A. Io yon mean to tell m you
just bought about $9500 worth of
securities on one day, near the
markets high, and are only now
getting around to inquire about
the issues?
Q. Could you send me some In
formation about Cuba RR. prefer
red, selling at $9. Is it a good
buy? I am just beginning to in
vest.
A. I'd be interested to know
whv von have seized on Cuba RR.
preferred if you are a beginner
this sort of investing.
It's true, the stock has sold
much hieher in recent vears and
also much lower.
But consider these factors: The
last dividend was paid in 1932.
the last five years, the shares sho
a profit twice 79 cents in 1956
$3.08 in 1957. But in 1955 and '58
and for the first half of the cur
rent fiscal year it has shown los
ses running to more than $28
share.
A speculation perhaps: a first
time investment, no.
Talmadge Blames
Federal Aid For
Illegitimacy Rise
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen
Herman E. Talmadge (U ba.)
said yesterday that federal aid to
rienendent children has been a
maior factor in a snarp nauon
wide increase in the number of
illegitimate births.
He made public a eport by
the Library of Congess showing
that the percentage of dependent
children cases involving illegiti
macy had more than doubled be
tween 1951 and 1956.
The report said the aid to de
pendent children program had
shifted in empnasis trom one ae ae-siened
siened ae-siened chiefly to help widowed
mothers and their children
one in which family problems

ii

"to
are

the cause of broken homes, ae
sertion and illegitimacy.
Citing the report, Talmadge ap

,ealed to the Senate Finance
Committee to conduct a study of

ihe program to determine wheth
er policies should be changed

"to

eliminate anv sanction or encour

agement of illegitimacy through
c leral welfare assistanct."
He told committee members in
a letter that he was sure such

Undines could e made without

jeopardizing the nation's obliga
tion to help provide for unfortu
nate children.
Talmadge urged that the com
mittee give the problem its atten

tion as soon as possible after

Congress reconvenes next Janu
arv.
The rennrt was prepared

Talmadge by the Legislative ref- The camellia has officialy oust34
erence Service of the Library of the golden rod as Alabama'! state)
Congress. It said federal welfare flower. Gov. John Pattersc

payments in child ases caused today signed a bill maklne
hy illegitimacy totaled $95,182,000 the Switch. Camellia fancierg had
in 1956, the last year !fit which demanded it on the grounds thai
fifliire ware available. U euddAn aad mumm) kmm ieveJi

Today's Opening

STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 -(UPI)
Stocks opened mixed today in m
aerate tradmjj.
ACf Jnd
Advocate Asbestos
S5b
275b
12
3414
61
46
80
66
33b
13
57
17b
73b
55 b
7
31
12b
31V
99b
46V
68 4
64
1
40
31
39V
46
36
5-16
269
82
r
5
6
49b
82V
57
20b
llb
43b
23b
21
35b
27
1
13V4b
195
30
51
2
47b
40b
62
110
45
9b
27
34
43
23
51
12
1855b
34
26
25b
1
tt
106
92
S4
Alleghany Corp
Aluminum Ltd
Amer Cy ana mid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth steel
Bettinger Corn
Bicroft Uranium
Blauknox
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Cons Electro Dynamic
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Sea!
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont
El Paso Natural Gas
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Iatl Pe,t
Lockheed
Magellan Pet
Montrose Ghem
New Eng. Tel and Ti
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
Royal Dutch SheH
RCA
Reynolds Metal
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Signal Oil and Gm
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobil
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
Studebaker-P aek art!
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prodi
Textron
Underwood
United Can-so OH
US Rubber
US Steel
WestinghooM Cfoo
Wheeling Steel
H PERSONS MISSINO
MANILA (UPI) At least M
persons are missing in the sink'
in ing of two motorboats in heavy
seas ott tfie central Philippines
yesterday, reports r e a c h I n I
manila said, The Philippine
News Service said 10 survivors
were picked up by the interisland
In vessel Don Fonifacio.
a I
MELON-CHOLY Fork 1 I
hand, Southern Illinois Unl-1
versity senior Jeannie North
expectantly awaits the harveat
at the school's unofficial water'
melon patch. Vines appeared
mysteriously in a petunia patch
in front ot. the Student Union
this spring. Best guess is that
seeds were dropped among1 th
flowers during a melon feast
last summer. i
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cover atop front fender) Ford's Falcon and Chrysler'! Valiant
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PorA Murder Of 2 Teenagers In Manhattan
Latest Incident In Juvenile Crime Wave
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 ( U PI ) Police rounded up 15 youths last night and early to.
day for questioning in the slaying of two 16.year.old boys m the latest outbreak of teen,
age violence.
Chief of Detectives James B. Leggett said t least two of the youths would be
charged with murder and the other would be charged with unlawful assembly or held
as a material witnesses.
More than 100 persons had been quMtic red bfor police revealed that they had sin singled
gled singled out definite suspcts.
The most recent killings occurred m the notorious "Hell's Kitchen" section of Man.
hattan early yesterday. Two other youths were injured in the attack by a group of young
toughs
The attack brought the number of teenage slayings during the summer months to
at least 20 and another 38 wounded.

At least 10 teen-agers have been
charged
summer

with murder since ine unpioo unpioo-started
started unpioo-started Police said the Commissioner Ralph W. Whelan

juvenil" crimp wave was
gelling

Tt, situation' i exuloMW'." an'der to the streets, repotted that

official of the New York City Youth
Board said.
Scores of children have been ar
r.ctorl for nuestionini: in crimes
that have ranged trom wium"
cars in parking lots a n ri mug mug-Kings
Kings mug-Kings to strangling- stomping an
old man to death, stabbing peo people
ple people in the back and waging all all-out
out all-out street gang battles with weap weapons,
ons, weapons, including broken bottles, zip
guns and even sawed off shot
tons.
Some of the terroristic tactics
live been carried out by organ organised
ised organised street gangs who have bor borrowed
rowed borrowed the methods of adult gangs
meh as ti e Capnne mon. n
lotting" killers from other areas
it the city to do their vengeance
Vr them
At soon as the board and other
.cpneies fighting teen crime have ;
itamned out violence in one area.
tiQ enrnnp un in smotner.
.Police said the are? in which
fttrtriay's slayings occurred has
ieer peaceable until now. This
Ittack came in midtown Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan in park between 451 h and
th streets on the West Side.
There had been a number of mug mug-(jnss
(jnss mug-(jnss in the park recently but no
Sf6rts of juvenile violence.
A group of teen-agers described
is whites, Negroes and Puerto
Ricans, set upon ten white young young-It
It young-It ers who had paused in the park
to their way home from a movie
arlv Sundav.
The attackers stalked their
erev, circling 'hem as thev s,at
m a bench. Then they struck.
Tv boys were stabbed to death,
rhe other voungsters. including
two eirls, f V 1
. Police rushed into (he area to
leek the killers. Survivors of the
tttack said the slayers were
r
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hvdroeraphic Branch of the

Balboa Cristobal
FFMPKR ATTRE
Hih 82
Low "4
HIMIDITY:
HUh i
Low
WIND:
(max. mph NW-" N 15
RAIN (inches! 1.18 1.2(1
WATER TEMP :
tinner harbors) 81 8'!

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun La ke 83.73
Madden Dam 214.39
BALBOA TIDES
Tl'KSDAY. SEPT. 1
Hih
Tim
f:18 a.m.
1:33 p.m.
Ht
13.9 ft.
14.4 ft.
Low
Tim,
8:SS a.m.
'1:57 p.m.
Ht
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1.6 ft.
CENTRAL
55
LOVE-AFFAIR WITH
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.strangers

thai
the killings were
oi ine sew xoik routn rsoara, a
.leader in the ficht to restore or-
ou!
":,
-i.y
lien
violence was concentrated
i .eening slum areas in this
of nearly 9 million popula-
'Oi.r studies indicate that less
tiidii 1 per cent of the city's fami family
ly family population accounts for approx approximately
imately approximately 75 per cent of the city's
jvsvonile delinquency,' Whelan
s;. id. "These families are beset by
a host of .serious problems, includ including
ing including alcoholism, drug addiction,
mental illness, desertion and
null' crime
The vouth board has been work-
;i g with a total of more than 150
lighting teen gangs with a total
membership of about 7,500 young
sicrs v,vn noming to no dui roam
the streets. Some of the gangs are
.while, --ome Negro, some Puerto
Hi cm but most are mixed.
Only L.st week, the police re
pir'ed that youth crime in New
York hat increased 14 per cent
in the fi'st half of 1959 over the
fir.it six months of 1958.
No! orilv have the number of
Isthmians Learn
Mrs. Helen Gardner
Dies In Washington
Mm Helen Elizabeth Johnston
Gardner, former resident of the
Canal Zone and member of a well well-known
known well-known local family, died August 18
in Walter Reed Hospital in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D C. She was 38 years old.
News of her death and of the
funeral services, held Friday in
Arlington Cemetery, was received
during the weekend by friends
here.
Mrs. Gardner was the daughter
of Andrew .fohnstun, wh i retired
from the Canal oipani:,:on in
1948 and a sister "f n"
Johnston, who was assistant to the
director of the Community Serv Services
ices Services Bureau when he left the Islh
us in 1955. He is now living in
Clearwater, Kla.
Mrs. Gardner was born in Colon
iiosoital. attended the ( anal Zone
schools, and was a member of
(he Cathedral of St. Luke in neon.
She is survived In her husband.
laj. Herbert G. Gardner, of Clin Clinton.
ton. Clinton. Md.. who is stationed wit'i the
Air Force at Andrews Air Force
Base near Washington; three chil children,
dren, children, .lean, Herbert and Kent; and
two brothers, Douglas of Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, and Andrew G. Johnston of
Poinpton Lakes, N.J.
Steel Industry
In Spite Of
I CLEVELAND. Ohio (UPI)
I Despite the nearly seven week-old
strike, steel companies are con con-I
I con-I tinning to expand and to plan
inline expansions, Steel Magazine
said today.
The met ilworking weekly said
a new steel mill is being built at
Portage. Ind by National Steel
Corp.. while Republic Steel Corp.
has ordered a new plate mill for
the Cullsleel works at Gadsden,
j Ala
Meanwhile, Jones and Laughlin
alrcaih has awarded contracts
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K:57 9:00 P. M.
PRICKS: 75r. 40c.
A FRENCH FLAIR!
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Kerr Brazzi
Maurice
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in CinmScopo and METROCOLOR

arrests for teen-aged felonies in including
cluding including murder increased sharp sharply,
ly, sharply, police reported, but the ages
of the criminals are dropping. A
total of nearly 3.500 children from
7 to 16 were arrested in the first
half of this year for Monies in
New York. That was a 16 per
cent increase over the same pe period
riod period of 1958.
Youth boards have been spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring camps, dances and other
activities to divert young hood hoodlums
lums hoodlums from their paths of crimes.
But before one recent dance in
Qu'.'ens, police swooped down and
relieved the participants of an
arsenal, including switchblade
knives, blackjacks, daggers, dog
chains, iron pipe, meat cleavers

and one sword
World's Greatest
Imposler Given
Motion Picture Me
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -(UPI) -Ferdinand
W. Demara, who earn earned
ed earned the title of one of the world's
most successful modern day mi mi-posters,
posters, mi-posters, will play a doctor in his
first movi erole it was announced
at the weekend.
Demara, who successfully im impersonated
personated impersonated a surgeon in the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Navy, was signed by pro producer
ducer producer Charles B. Bloch for a part
in "The Hypnotic Eye," an Ali.ed
Artists motion picture.
Among the many impersonations
Demara achieved were those of a
deputy warden at the Huntsville,
Tex., Stale Penitential';; Dean of
the School of Philosophy at Gan Gannon
non Gannon College in Pennsylvania, and
lay brother in a Trappist Monas Monastery
tery Monastery in Canada.
Earth Cave-In
Buries 50 Men
At Portugal Mill
PAIO PIKES, Portugal, Aug. 31,
(UPI ) An earth cave-in at tin
construction site ol Por.ugal's
first big sleel mill buried 50 men
today.
First reports said at least 13 men
were killed. Se r. I others were
believed still buried under the
debris. A number of persons were
injured.
The men were excavating
ground for the installation of blast
furnaces al the new mill when the
cave-in took place.
The mill i-, being built on the
southern hank of the Tagus River,
opposite Lisbon.
Expanding
7 Week Strike
for two basi.' oxygen sleelmakin sleelmakin-furnaces
furnaces sleelmakin-furnaces at Clevei nd. a n d
Youngs. own Sheet and Tube an announced
nounced announced plans to spend twice as
much this year on capital pro projects
jects projects as it did the previous year.
The magazine said that other
companies also are modernizing j
although construction work has
has been interrupted at plants shin 1
down by the si like.
Since the dispute began, sleel
workers have lost nearly a hail
billion dollars in wages, Me in I
dustry nearly one and one hCc
billion dollars in sales and 272 j
million Hollars in other cosi. ;i
! eluding ov erhead anil salaries a
non-pnxliicl'on workers.
The strike already has cot flu flu-federal
federal flu-federal government nearly a
third of a billion dollars in taxe-
bringing Ihe mount of direr
losses to more than two and one
half billion dollars. However, 'his
figure does nol include losses n
other industries affected by the
strike.
Steel said thai although mor
companies are curtailing u
closing operations because of a
steel shortage, the large majorit.
of users have supplies lo last un
til mid -September.
Other users reportedly have
enough supplies to go into Octo
ber.
Steelmakers operated their fur
naces at 12 per cent of capacity
last week, showing an increase o1
seven-tenths of a point over the
previous week.
Production was about 34n.iK0 in
got tons, with Cincinnati, operal
ing at 62 per cent of capacity
showing the biggest gain, an in
crease of 2.5 points The largest
drop was recorded in the Wheel
ing district where production a
48 per cent represenlcd a ? 7
point dip.
Steel's scrap price coniposit
on No. 1 heavy meltim' sjrade r.
mained sledv al $38 .33 a gro
ton for the fourth straight week

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THESE 12 LB. LOBSTERS left the water and took to the air
them to his passenger list from Nargana, in the San Bias Is Is-today
today Is-today as pilot Miguel Pastor, seen still clutching them, added
lands, to Panama City's Paitilla Airport.

Russian Roulette Session
Sends Woman To Hospital

CHICAGO (UPI) A women
was questioned in Russian-roulette
fashion by her jealous husband
and was shot i;i the head when
the bizarre game backfired, pol
ice said today.
Police said the 34-year-old worn
an's Husband,. Steven Maggio, 3,
had suspected her of being un unfaithful.
faithful. unfaithful. Maggio took a .32 cali caliber
ber caliber pistol, police said, slipped one
bullet into the chamber and began
questioning her Saturday night.
Police said each time he asked
a question he would put the gun
to his wife's head and pull the
trigger. Maggio told police he
knew where the bullet was at all
limes.
Then, according to Maggio, he
'Fertility' Tree
Al VH!ac? e Church
ASHTON ON- CLUN, Knglan
(VIM) Local Church of Kagland
offivials last nighl banned this
Shropshire village's centuries -old
"fertility" riles because it had be become
come become "commercial and degrad degrading."
ing." degrading." For some 200 years, Shropshire
wives have plucked twigs from a
tree to take advantage of its -allegedly
legendary powers during
' ',. annual spring ceremony.
Princess Margaret asked about
tie "Haby Tree" wh:1" visiting
Shropshire last .luti". Sh" was in invited
vited invited to pluck off a twig but de declined.
clined. declined. The decision to call of the rites
was made a! a parC council
meeliiu' called by the Rev. Tuft Tuft-nell
nell Tuft-nell S.l). Harrelt.
Rev. Parrrtt said the "eremony
had "go! on' of ham1."
He viWl 'hat some women "seem
ed almost to believe tha' e en
they stool' in the s'hade of the tree
the-' would hnvp babies."
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put the gun down for a momcn,
and his wife grabbed it. She ap
parently changed the alignment
raised the weapon to her head
and pulled the trigger, Maggio
told police. The gun went off and
a bullet struck her in the head.
Doctors at Holy Cross Hospital
said the bullet did not pierce the
brain. They said Mrs. Maggio was
responding to treatment.

Atomic Clock May
Be Shot Info Space
To Check Theory
WASHINGTON (UPI) -A de defense
fense defense contractor has begun work
on an atomic clock so arciraic
;t will neither gain nor lose a sec second
ond second in a thousand years, it was
announced today.
,
ollicial
'Planes Aerospace
publication ol the aerospace In
dustries Association, said the clock
will be sent a I of t in a satellite to
check one phase' of Einsetein'.
theory ol relativity.
Emsteia believed that a clock
suspended in space would run fast faster
er faster than one on the ground. A hig
ly accurate timepiece is needed to
check this, because the expecte:
time difference is only one second
every 60 years.
The clock m the satellite will be
synchronized with an atomic do,
on the ground, and scientists will
match liicr ticks lo determine if
there really is a difference.
the project is being carried e
for the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration. The Publi Publication
cation Publication cid not identify the con contracting
tracting contracting linn.
George's Collapse
Causes Traffic Jam
In Piflsburch
PII1SBCRGH (UPI) Thoi
heal proua loo much yesterday
,or "George."
He collapsed at a busy intersec
lion and ins sprawling bulk soon
resulted m a Irallic jam bat had
police chafing at the bit.
For you see, George is one of
the city's last work horses the
kind found m front of a huckster's
wagon.
Late Saturday afternoon, George
was pulling his wagon and his
master, Joe Solomon, up Fifth
Avemi' ru ker plunk-down
went George.
lien 1 1 .. 1 1 ic began to back up,
police were summoned.
For a time, things looked bad
for George.
"He's not moving. He looks
dead," came a report from the
scene over the police radio circuit.
But George fooled '"in. He still
had plenty of kick left.
With the helping hands of his
master, several police offirers and
a few slanders by, George soon
was back on his hooves.
'"We got him up on all four;"
said one of the officers, "and he
went slowlv on his wav.
MOTOR BOATS SINK
.VIANllA il l'h Two Plii!,,:
pine molorboals sant in liivh sea
off central Lev le an, I ('
V", rdav slid lea-,
.-nils were missing, the
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New School Integration Plan
Set Up In Montgomery, Ala.

MONTGOMERY. Ala (UPI)-A
new school integration campaign
sprang up today un.. .' s.nm-.ui -ship
of the same organization
that engineered the famous Mont
gomery bus boycott.
The Montgomery Improvement
Association, headed by Dr. Mar Martin
tin Martin Lusher King, Jr., sent letters
ti school board members askin;;
them to make a "reasonable
start" toward desegration d
classroom;. There was no com com-mert
mert com-mert from board members.
The new development came as
integration spread in Virginia and
North Carolina and prepa-efi to
make its first entrance into a
f'ii.rida public school.
Seven points in North Carolina
and five in Virginia will have in in-tegration
tegration in-tegration by the time fall schoc)
opening is completed the second
wiek in September. A school in
a "changing" neighborhood in
Miami planned to admit Negroes
for the first time on an integral
ed basis. Most, if not all, of the
white children will have trans transferred
ferred transferred to other schools by opt opting
ing opting day. however.
Nashville, Tenn., prepared to
expand its stairstep integration
plan to the third grade and no
incidents were expected.
The situation was fairly tense
at High Point, N. C, where two
Negro sisters were accepted for
a previously all-white school but
police were on the alert for anv
trouble. The High Point School
Board appealed to the public for
"calmness and forbearance."
Montgomery schools are operat operated
ed operated under a state pupil placement
law that gives local districts full
control over assigning pupils,
without regard to race The U. S.
Supereme Court has upheld the
law "on its face" meaning that
it can still be attacked on consti constitutional
tutional constitutional grounds.
The letter from King's organi organization
zation organization merely asked the school
ooard to "announce your plans"
for integration. It stressed that
neither threat nor ultimatum was
intended by the petition.
"Negro parents and students
are making inquiries, the letter
said.
"We hope that this problem can
Negro In Bad
Shape Alter Duel
Over 3-Cenl Debt
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI)-Pclice
here reported a middleaged Nero
man in critical condition yester yesterday
day yesterday alier an old-fashioned gun
duel caused by a three-cent debt.
Officers said Berry Pruitt, 51,
of Memphis suflered severe chest
wuonds in a gun-fight after trvrng
lo collect a three-cent debt Friday
night.
During the dispute, thev said.
bjstamier Lester Ayers, 34, Negro
of M0m))ilis lold Pr ,,, lav off
lite other man.
That led to the shooting, officers
said.
Pruitt hustled home for his .22
rifle and Ayers got a pistol The
fvvo met behind an ice and coal
house to exchange several shots,
neither scoring a hit.
The shooting stopped temporar temporarily
ily temporarily but the argument continued in
a' cafe.
If reached a boiling point and
Pruitt and Ayers rushed oft to the
top of a railroad overpass to blaze
away at each other again. Four
shots later Pruitt sank to the
ground with chest wounds Titd Ay Ayers,
ers, Ayers, wounded in his left arm, grab grabbed
bed grabbed Pruitt's weapon. He smashed
it against a boxcar.
Both men were put in the prison
ward o fa Memphis hospital. Of Officers
ficers Officers said charges are pending
their recovery.
LOANS TUMBLE
WASHINGTON (UPI) Govern
ment loans to small firms fell
sharply in July from the record
high total of $31,588,000 in June
the Small Busin -ss Administration
reported yesterday. A total of
216 loans totaling $10,42 1 0M
vcre approved last month
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FLIP BEHAVIOR A girl who's apparently heels over head
in love with her work, pretty Joanne Franzen performs spec spectacularly
tacularly spectacularly during a parade in Minneapolis. Joanne turns & nifty
somersault, twirling herself in time right along with the baton.

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Le worked out through volunta ry
good will and that it will not 'be
necessary to carry it to court."
The notice said that court ac action
tion action would be used only as a last
rc.-ort but emphasized that "we
are obliged to start the process
of integration in the public
schools."
The letter noted that "fiv e
years have gone by since the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision and no dis dis-ceinable
ceinable dis-ceinable move has been made to toward
ward toward integration."
King was the guiding force be behind
hind behind a year-long boycott of city
buses by Montgomery Negroes.
Following a Supreme Court deci decision
sion decision outlawing segregated seating
in the Alabama capital the city
ceased the requirement and the
boycott came to an end. The
event catapulted King to world worldwide
wide worldwide fame.
Cristobal YMCA
Gels Replacement
For E. F. McClelland
HUGH WALBURN
Hugh Walburn will replace' E.
F. McClelland as executive secre secretary
tary secretary of ihe Cristobal Armed Serv Services
ices Services YMCA-USO according to a
statement released yesterday by
R I.' Everson, chairman of the
committee of Management.
Everson indicated that Walburn
comes to his new assignment with
a broad background of YMCA YMCA-USO
USO YMCA-USO experience. Walburn first
entered Army and Navy YMCA
work in 1924, serving as program,
business and membership secre secretary
tary secretary in ;he San Pedro branch. He
transferred to San Diego in 1928
where he was assigned as busi
ness secretary until 1939.
Walburn's first overseas assign assignment
ment assignment was in China in 1939 where
h? was appointed to the position
of business secretary. His duties
covered the business affairs of
five Army-Navy VMCA branches
in China. Wren hostilities with
Japan broke out in 1941, he was
imprisoned until his repatriation
on TVc. 1. 1943. i':J
Walburn was asked to serve as
business secretary at the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Navy YMCA upon his return
to the United States. At the close
:f IV' war he returned toShanshai
as district executive secretary of
Armed Services YMCA units in
China. The China work was closed
nut just prior to the great up upheaval
heaval upheaval in 1949.
In 1949. Walburn was offered
ti e nos'tion of executive director
of the USO-YMCA in Sumter. S.
C, w'here he served until June
1949. He was given a temporary
assignment at the Pensacola, Fla.
USO before accepting his present
post in Cristobal.
McCFUand has served on the
staff of the Cristobal unit since
1947. when he was aopointed to
the position of activities secreta secretary.
ry. secretary. He left Cris obal in 1954 to
serve ,t' ex"e.itivc dircior of the
Wilmington, N. C, USO Club. He
returned to Cristobal in 1956 as
its executive secretary. He has
accepted the pi :,ition of executive
director of the Rantoul. 111. USO
Club and will leave Cristobal with
his family at the end of the week
for his new assignment.

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