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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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ANSWERING THE CALL An appeal from the Santo Tomas Hospital Blood Bank to enlist com company
pany company employes as volunteer blood donors in cases of emergency was answered today by 41 of officers
ficers officers and employes of Elga, S.A. Some of the employes are shown here being typed by Victor
Charles, administrator of the blood bank, and a technician. The procedure was, accomplished
within an -hour. Elga was the first of four companies approached to cooperate, blood bank of officials
ficials officials said. If the program is successful, the bank's minimum requirement of 30 pints of blood
a day would be fulfilled, eliminating the necessity of compelling a charity patient to deposit
a pint of blood before undergoing surgery 4 Other firms who wish to enter the program are ad advised
vised advised to contact Charles at the Santo Tomas Blood Bank, Panama 3-1725, or telephone 3-1565
or 3-4560.

53Jqb Seekers
Sought, Mailed
Ratings Return
The Canal Zone civilian per personnel
sonnel personnel policy coordinating
board today issued the names
of 15 Pacific side and ii At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic id residents who have
Xaiirf.l l eive notices sent
to them b mail.
The notices were sent out by
tlv: board to intuim job appli applicants
cants applicants of ratings resulting aom
examinations taken by ine ap applicants.
plicants. applicants. The Pacific side applicants
were listed as:
Baldwin A. G. Anderson, Lu Luciano
ciano Luciano Atencio R.; Ruben John Johnson;
son; Johnson; Delroy C. Lewis; Manuel II.
Mo.Uca A.; Santiago Ordonez;
Victoriano Plmentel, Nicoias Ho Ho-bles;
bles; Ho-bles; Sebastian Eobles; Julio
Rodriguez; Valeno Rodriguez B.;
Pascual Samaniego; Alman H.
Stamp; Tomas Torres and Fa Fa-cundo
cundo Fa-cundo Vergara L.
On the Atlantic side, the ap applicants
plicants applicants are:
Walter J. Anderson; Carlos A
Arauio: James C. Bennit; Al-
phonso L. Burkett; Frederick
Cassidone; Jose T. Castillo;
Marcos Ceballos; Edward A.
Clark; Lester J. Clement; Jesus
M. Davis; Lenuarth L. Davis;
Sergio de la Espaua; Agustin
Delcid; Alcides del Rosano; Da Daniel
niel Daniel Dominguez; Andral R.
Douglas; Marciai Echeverria,
Irwin Edwards; Arquimedes Es Es-cartin;
cartin; Es-cartin; Jise E. Fitzgerald; San Santiago
tiago Santiago Garibaldi; Carlos Green;
.Rolando M Hewuj; Rudolph E.
Huggins; Porfirio Jimenez; Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Jimenez; Rupeu H. Ken Kentish;
tish; Kentish; Lawrence E Lazarus;
Francisco S. Melendez; Santiago
Melendez; Hiram M...re Sebas Sebastian
tian Sebastian Niles. Juan Facheco; Faul
I.. Robinson; Arnoldo Rodri Rodriguez;
guez; Rodriguez; Maximo Rodriguez,: Vc Vc-nancio
nancio Vc-nancio Valencia; and Vincent
A. Williams.
Pacific siders on the board's
list may receive their notices
by applying in person to the
Central Employment office in
Ancon or by mailing in a cor corrected
rected corrected address to the Employ Employment
ment Employment office.
Atlantic side applicants may
also mail in a corrected address
or apply in person a.t the Cris Cris-toba;
toba; Cris-toba; Central Employment of office.
fice. office. Fork-Lift Trucks
To Handle Cargo
Ordered By PC Co.
Two ten-ton fork-lift trucks have
been ordered for the Terminals
Division for handling container
cargo which is arriving in Canal
Zone ports with increasing fre frequency,
quency, frequency, according to the current
issue of the Panama Cnnal Re Review.
view. Review. The initial order of the two
large trucks will be followed by
others. One of the fork-lilts will
be assigned to Cristobal docks
and the other to Balboa.

Veteran Canal Ferryboat
Porras Nears Retiremfemt

The ferryboat Presidente Por Porras,
ras, Porras, which has ferried passen passengers,
gers, passengers, cars and sightseers across
and through the Canal for the
past 17 years, is slated for re retirement
tirement retirement at the end of this
tourist season.
The Panama Canal Review,
in its current issue, comment commented
ed commented that both of the other
Thatcher ferryboats, the Presi President
dent President Roosevelt and Presidente
Amador, are to continue in
service until the completion of
the bridge, although neither
will be available tor tourist
trips through Gaillard Cut.
The Porras needs new engines
and extensive repairs which
would cost upwards of $750,000
if the vessels is continued in
service much longer. Therefore,
it. was decided that the Ponas
should be retired at the end of
this fiscal year. No replacement
is planned.
After the retirement of the
Porras, sightseeing trips
through the Cut will be limit limited
ed limited to small parties when launch
and tug service is available.
The retirement of the ferry ferryboat
boat ferryboat will recall for most resi residents
dents residents stirring times of the
World War II period on l lie
Isthmus when transportation
across the Canal vvas a prob problem
lem problem of no small consequence.
The opening of the Third
Locks town of Cocoli and the
big expansion of Army and
Navy installations on the west
side of the Canal in the early
1940 s overcrowded all available
trans-Canal transportation fa facilities.
cilities. facilities. For a while a ferry serv service
ice service was operated across Mira Mira-f
f Mira-f lores Lake to supple m e n t
Thatcher Ferry.
The peak demand was reach reached
ed reached in the fiscal year 1941 when
990,000 cars and 5,590,000 pas passengers
sengers passengers crossed the Canal at
Thatchre Ferry and 422,000
other vehicles and 1,500,000 pas passengers
sengers passengers were transported across
Mirafolres Lake. Dunn,; the
past uv vears the volume of
Thatcher Ferry traffic has aver averaged
aged averaged abo"t 600,00'- cars a year
i was ( i.ring this period that
two large ferryboats in service
in New York harbor were;
bought. One of these, the Gov Governor
ernor Governor Moore, was lost at sea
while being towed to the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. The other, the Nassau,
PC Co. To Re-Open
Coco Solo Post
Office This Month
The Coco Solo post office, which
has been closed since November
30, 1957, will be reestablished this
month the Panama Canal !' view
has announced in its current is issue.
sue. issue. The opening dale will be an announced
nounced announced later.
The post officp will be located
in 1 he former Navy administra administration
tion administration building where die elementa elementary
ry elementary school was located temporari temporarily
ly temporarily last year. It will be a branch
of the Cristobal post office and
will offer full postal service ex except
cept except for postaj savings.

reached Cristobal safely in No November
vember November 1942 and went into
service in February 1943.
By that time, however, the
Miraflores Bridge had been
opened, and the demand for
ferry service was considerably
lightened although Thatcner
Ferry traffic continued high
during the war.
The Porras was built in Cam Camden,
den, Camden, N.J in 1927. Its car-carrying
capacity is approximately 25
percent greater tnan either the
Amador or Roosevelt, both of
which, were built by the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Division in 1931. The Por Porras
ras Porras can also carry 500 passen passengers
gers passengers in addition to a full load
of vehicles. It is a diesel-elec-tirc
ferryboat with an overall
length of 155 feet.

It was first used for a sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing trip through the Canal
on Labor Day 1950 when it
made an excursion trip from
Gatun to Pedro Miguel for sev several
eral several hundred Construction Era
employes under the sponsorship
of the local union of the CIO.
During recent years, with
the considerable decrease in
demand for Canal ferry serv service,
ice, service, it has been made avail available
able available for large tourist parties
for trips through Gaillard Cut.
During the past iiscal year
the Porras made 53 trips
through the Cut and carried
some 11,000 passengers. Many
of these were on a non-fee
basis for Panama and Canal
Zone schools.

Roberto Arias, All Others Charged
In Uprisings, Acquitted By RP Judge

Fifth Circuit Judge Abclardo
Herrera today acquitted exiled
Panamanian diplomat, Dr. Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Arias and several otners
allegedly involved in attempted
uprisings throughout the repub republic
lic republic earlier this year.
(At the same time in an ex-
elusive
intervlew with United
Press International in Rio de
Janeiro, Arias said the only way
the Panama government could
ensure free elections :i3x year
is by firing all the high offi officials
cials officials of the National Guard and
i enlacing them with neutral of officials.
ficials. officials. (Arias admitted he ha3 been
clfered a presidential candidacy
in the 1960 elections but he has
not vet decided to acceDt )
Herrera acquitted Arias and
others involved in an alleged
landing at Santa Clara on the
ground that the evidence was
insufficient.
The Judge also ruled in favor
of five Cubans who took part
In the landing at Nombre de
Dlos but were not pardoned a a-long
long a-long with the main body of Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Invaders who surrendered
on May l. Herrera used .- the
same provisions of the law in invoked
voked invoked by the Superior Tribunal
in pardoning the group which

Bridge Builders Buy Panama
Materials; Subcontracts Let
Several Panama firms will participate in the construction
contract for the Canal bridge substructure as suppliers of ma material
terial material and as subcontractors according to the Panama Canal Re Review.
view. Review. This information has been furnished Canal authorities by
Fruin-Colnon International, S.A., and LeBoeuf & Dougherty, Inc.,
prime contractors for the three-million dollar job.
The substructure contractors have announced that Panama Panama-manufactured
manufactured Panama-manufactured cement will be used and that subcontracts have
been placed locally for mixing concrete for the foundations and
processing concrete aggregate.
The Canal bridge project will take on the aspects of a major
construction job by the end of this year as contractors for the
substructure, and Bildon, Inc., contractor for the east approach,
speed up work to take advantage of favorable weather condi

tions during the dry season.
Two key men in the bridge work
arrived in the Canal Zone last
month.
They are Raymond A. Flint, a
Fruin-Colnon vice president and
secretary, and Richard H. Heb Heb-enstreit,
enstreit, Heb-enstreit, of Svedrup and Parcel,
Inc., the design contracting firm.
Flint cam to the Isthmus to
make local arrangement to
initiate tho substructure work.
Hebenstreit has been appointed
resident engineer for the design
contractor. He will work closely
with the Canal Company's resi resident
dent resident engineer, Elmer B. Stevens,
and will act in a liaison capacity
for Svedrup and Parcel with the
Canal Company and contracting
firms. He has been assigned on a
permanent basis until the bridge
is completed in 1962.
He will be joined by other per personnel
sonnel personnel from the design contrac
tor's organization, for inspection
KtHt Ot$r rfffeOiTSr?i3Mfi?".
i.thft':J2l1WpmttueWtr' hd
awarded next December."
The work on the east approach
is proceeding according to sched schedule.
ule. schedule. The contractor has concen concentrated
trated concentrated most of his activities on
this contract on the road work a a-long
long a-long Fourth of July Avenue and
at the street junctions from Pana Panama
ma Panama and the Canal Zone near the
Limit.
Other major work now under
way is the construction of the
rock fill across the tidal swamp
east of Amador Road.
Construction on the bridge sub substructure
structure substructure is scheduled to begin
this month. The first work to be
tackled will be the construction
of the six land piers through the
Balboa tank farm.
These piers will rest on 36-inch
caissons which will be sunk to
bedrock foundations, the deepest
of which will be. 60 feet below sea
level.
Arrangements have already
been made by Fruin-Colnon for
the Panama firm, Concreto, S.A.,
to establish a concrete mixing
plant near Dock 7 in Balboa to
furnish ready-mixed concrete for
the bridge piers.
It is estimated that 36,000 cubic
yards of concrete will be requir required
ed required for the bridge foundations.
The batching plant to be set up
by Concreto will have a capacity
of furnishing 60 cubic yards an
hour.
Concrete aggregate Is to be
processed and supplied by Fra Fra-moreo.
moreo. Fra-moreo. Inc., a Panama firm
which has do"e extensive cons construction
truction construction work In'the Canal Zone
under contract with the Canal
and other agencies.
did not surnder.
This RrrJOTlnclbded Panama
nlan Jose Picaris, whose release
nas been ordered. The Cubans
one of whom escaped from jail
some weens ago and is still at
large, were ordered deported.
Hrerera's ruling also favored
Ruben O. Miro, Andres Cantillo,
Jaime Padilla Beliz, Oscar Ucros
and all other charged with par participation
ticipation participation in uprisings at Cerro
Tute, Santa Clara and Nombre
de Dlos.
Toe Dancers
ATLANTA (UPI)-Is the Ameri
can public ready yet for oran"
peel cereal or a pas de deux on
i the football field?
Ready or not, here they come.
Louisiana State University, No
1 football team in the nation lasl
year, apparently feel it has
reached the apogee, theapex, the
zenith of pure football ami mux,
offer even more to keep up the
interest of its followers.

Therefore, there will.be no maj
orettes performing their time
honored routines at the halftlmc
of LSU football games this fall.
V

The aggregate will be taken
from the Canal's stockpiles of
Chagres River sandvand gravel at
Gamboa. Framorco wilt- set tin a
processing plant and the Railroad
will take the aggregate to the
batching plant at Dock 7.

Cement manufactured at the
Cemento Panama lant on the
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway will be
used for the bridge foundations.
Canal authorities had furnished
Cemento Panama with full infor information
mation information on the type of cement to
be required for the foundations
well in advance of the award of
the substructure contract and the
firm made special arrangements
to manufacture and supply ce cement
ment cement to meet specifications in
the quantities required.
Sine tho substructure contract
was awardod, negotiations for
the put-chat f local ctmrnt
hvj been Veompleted end tho
P'l&sMt- &wP.tt reouirut i .1.
- iUf xbtirm manufactured.
Tests were made during August
by the Water and Laboratories
Branch.
In addition to these, many oth other
er other supplies of a varying nature
are to be purchased locally and
some other smaller subcontracts
may be awarded.
National Theater
Books Paris Ballet
Starting Thursday
The 1959 Parisian ballet stars
(Ballet des Etoiles de Paris) will
be presented next Thursday night
at the National Theater by the
Ministry of Education and Espec Espec-Uculos
Uculos Espec-Uculos Lugara.
The troupe composed nf Irene
Sorik, Ivonne Meyer. Duska Stif Stif-nios,
nios, Stif-nios, Ariel Auclcrc. Ivan Dragad Dragad-it
it Dragad-it and Miloiad Miskovitch, is un under
der under the direction of the famous
ballet star Irene Liriova.
Prices will ranee from $2 to $5
for each performance and may be
obtained tt rough the Department
of Fine Arts (Panama 2 0258) or
at the box office on the day of
the first performance.
Thursday performance will be
the first of four by the Paris bal ballet
let ballet stars at the National Tkjealer.
Today's Transits
(scheduled)
Northbound 13
Southbound IS
TOTAL 28
(Clear Cut: 1)
To Tackle
Instead, thtre will be i balle'
corps of 1R graceful dancers.
This cannot help but have ?
softening effect (culturally speak
ing, of course) on the fierce fool
ball players who have reveled
the nickname of he "Chinese
Bandits" and similar warlike no
menelature.
As the players become accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to the subtleties of the
dance, it could open up a whole
new field of signal-calling to con confuse
fuse confuse the enemy. A sudden yell of
"pas de deux" from the quarter quarterback,
back, quarterback, for instance, could mean
two men will be waiting for a
pass.

Taximan Drove
GIs Wrong Way,
RP Court Finds
The case of three U.S. soldiers
originally accused of manhandling
a Panama City taxi driver and
driving away in his taxi was re referred
ferred referred to the Mayor today by the
Third Circuit Court for disposi disposition
tion disposition as case of unauthorized use of
a vehicle, instead of attempted
robbery.
The soldiers. Joseph E. Valk'
ueorge W. Hill and Howard w!
Tucker, were accused by taxi
driver Eduardo H. Tejada of beat,
irtg him and stealing his taxi on
the Trans Isthmian Highway near
Pueh'n Nuevo.
Attorney Jose M. Faunclcs. who
has been retained as counsel for
the soldiers, said they roughed up
Tejada and took his taxi when he
insisted on taking then, to a road road-rouse
rouse road-rouse instead nf to Fort Kobbe

wncre two of them are stationed.
Faundes said the men admitted
thiy had been drinking heavily and
had boarded Tejada's taxi at J.
Street, telling him to ake them to
Fort Kobbe. Instead. Tejada took
them out towards Pu'blo Nuevo.
When he insisted thev decided lo
jump him and take his taxi to
drive home.
The soldiers were going in the
opposite direction, apparently lost,
when they were picked up a few
minutes later by the National
Guard.
72 Officers, Men
Arrive For 2-Week
Training Exercise
Practical instruction in selected
subjects at the Jungle Warfare
Training Center will lay the ground
work lor Operation Black Palm, a
wo-week training exercise in the
Canal Zone for 72 officers and en
listed men from the 77th Special
Forces Group, Airborne, Fori
Bragg, N.C.
The group arrived by plane yes
terday evening and tomorrow will
start a JWTC training cycle spe specially
cially specially tailored to meet needs ol
the unit. Emphasis will be on air
and water infiltration, and jungle
survival and navigation.
Included in the course of stud.
will be other topics which regular
ly are stressed at JWTC, such as
obstacle crossing, reconniassancr
patroling, transition firing and
communications.
At the close of this two-wech
orientation, members of the air
borne party will take to the field
for Black Palm, an exercise em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing guerrilla operations.
Personnel from A Company, 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, are u
parPcipate and will play the roles
of partisan forces as well as Ag Aggressor.
gressor. Aggressor. During this exercise group
members will have a chance tn
put into use skills they acnuirr
during the JWTC cycle using rope
bridges to cross streams, making
rafts from ponchos and foliage
and handling native canoes.
Officer in charge of the Special
Forces unit is Lt. Col. Magnus 1.
Smith, who devised the exercise
and will direct it.
Margarita Store
Will Be Open
Next Tuesday
The Margarita Retail Store,
which is regularly open on Mon Mondays
days Mondays and closed on Tuesdays, will
be open next Tuesday it was an announced
nounced announced by the Supply Division.
The change in the opening day
was made in order to avoid in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience to ti e residents of
Margarita since Monday Labor
Day is a legal holiday in the
Canal Zone and the store will he
closed that day.
Because of the schedule change,
effective for next week only, the
Margarita store will not be open
at night next Wednesday.

50-Yard Line Technique At LSU

Some other ideas: "Entre
hat" let's huddle; "adagio"
ndge that tackier; "arabesque"
we gotta kick.
So much for that. Progress In
mother way is being made n
Florida.
Robert Rutledge. general man
ager of Florida Citrus Mutual, is
barking a research project to
make the orange peel a vital and
necessary part of this brjve, new
world. Already he is responsible
for such blessings as orange by byproducts
products byproducts in cigarette filters.
Rutledge may even be getting
ready to try citrus cereal again.

2 US-Flag Outfits
Heavily Attack

neon, Cristobal

Two American shipping companies, both with large
stakes in Panama-US trade routes, have launched an all all-out
out all-out attack against continued government operation of
the Panama Line for carrying passengers and cargo be be-tween
tween be-tween the Eastern United States and the Canal Zone
A 50-page report issued jointly by Grace Line and
United Fruit Company claims the government operated
Ancon and Cristobal are costing the two private firms
more than $5,000,000 in yearly revenue.
But the three principal arguments for abolishing the
government shipping line, says the report, are:
1. The Ancon and Cristobal are operated in direct
competition with private enterprise, contrary to Federal
mant me policy.
2. The two liners are operated at a loss to U S tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers estimated at more than $1 million yearly.
3 Contrary to statements by government and Canal
officials, the Panama Line engages primarily in commer commercial
cial commercial activity and only a small portion of its services is
devoted to needs of the Panama Canal Company and its

Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.)
has already blasted the report on
the floor of Congress as the pre preposterous
posterous preposterous proposal by two private
firms already heavily subsidised
by the federal government.
The Panama Canal Company op
crates the two cargo-liners Ancon
and Cristobal between New York.
Port ait-Prince (Haiti), and Cristo
bal. Three sailings are schedule!
monthly.
Tlood and Canal officials, in incite
cite incite ng Gov. William E. Potter,
hr i insisted the line is fcssential
to ?pty neet's of the Canal Zone
anu to provide convemeni nums nums-leave
leave nums-leave transportation for Canal
empl:yes.
But the Grace Line-United Fruit
report quo'cs published govern
mcnt records to indicate that onlv
',2 percent of freight arricd bv
the Panama Line is for Canal or
government use and only 113 per per-cent
cent per-cent of the passengers .'arn-d are
government or Canal workers
TV figures are based on a Gen
oral Accounting Office audit icpoi icpoi-for
for icpoi-for the period 1956-58.
In addition, say the private
dinners, their two lines regui.ir'v
onerale five times as iiiwr sail sailings
ings sailings between the Eastern l.nited
........ r,,i (vkiniial with the
. v :i I r ci in" '"
I ;,,-ded advantage that thev sail
from a h:lf dozen pons in huu.lv,,,
io New York.
Balboa Heights nubl'shrs no de detailed
tailed detailed reports on Panama Line op operations,
erations, operations, but in a recent congress congressional
ional congressional hearing Potter said the latest
deficit was about $111000
Grace and United Fruit claim
this figure does not include con concealed
cealed concealed maintenance, deprecia depreciation
tion depreciation and pier charges which
would brino the yearly loss to
more than $1 million.
The report also cites the Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Marine Act of 1936, which
provides that a merchant fleet he
"owned and oneratrd under the
US flag bv citizens of the United
Stales insofar as may be practica
ble.'
In attacking the report, Flood in
sis.ed that handing over tho Pan-
t nriula VnnHc
ama l.inr iiimu,,,, imitoh
"would not promote the secui ity of
the Panama Canal" and (ha: such
action could "seriouslv impair"
the government's ability 'u meet
its obligations in the Canal Zone.
Despite its wealth of facts and
figures, the report clearlv indi indicates
cates indicates that hard-headed business
policy is behind the move to put
The public refused to accept it on
the first try 20 years ago. He says
he is not dismayed by this.
And he has good reason for
faith. -t
Modern man credits the orange
with being a basic part of the
ambrosia which nourished tho old
Grecian deities atop Ml. Olympus.
And we know, too, that the Greek
god Zeus was the father of space
travel and science fiction.
They say when Zeus assumed
the guise of a sw;in and descend
ed from Ml. Olympus in the old
days, his first words to man
were: "Take me to your Lcda."

the Panama Lint permanently
out of business.
Grace Line and United Fruit
operate a total of 16 southbound
sailings monthly between Panama
and the Eastern United States.
Both firms admit a great deal
of this southbound cargo cipaci cipaci-ty
ty cipaci-ty i unused and claim it is so
because Canal Zone suppliers are
forced to ship via Panama Lines
if thev want CZ business and if

elr rar-ori are n th. ...tr.
I third or the US.
Grace and United Fruit cs'imalo
inrir loss of business due 'o thi.i
"qovernnienl monopoly" at more
than $; million yearlv. Pa.ssen"er
traflic i.s only slightly !es in ilii ilii-nute
nute ilii-nute than cargo business since
Ihe Panama Line last year carried
more than 9.000 passengers of
which about MOO were Canal or
government employes.
Both private shippers sav they
are cuiiipncd to give faster' more
ellicient, more frequent jnd cheap cheap-er
er cheap-er service than their government
operated competitor.
Paflfeears Named
For Hardy Riles
Al 51. Luke's Today
Funeral services are to be held
at 4 30 p.m. today at the Cathedral
of St. Luke in Ancon for J. Rufusi
Hardy, Chief of Press and Publi Publications
cations Publications for the Panama Canal
Company, who died suddenly
Wednesday night at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Members of the family have
asked that flowers be omitted.
rnenns wno wish may make con-
.rtributions either to the Heart Fund
j or the Cancer Society.

Mr. Hardy's brother, Wayland
Hardy, of Bradenton. Florida, ar arrived
rived arrived today lo attend the servic services.
es. services. Four sisters, Mrs. Irene Owen,
of Ft Vallev, Georgia; Mrs. Ruby
Wholcliel, of New York City; Mrs.
Edna Hasty and Mrs. Willie Ray,
of Sycamore, Georgia, are unable
to attend the local rites.
Pallbearers for the funeral serv services
ices services at St. Luke's Cathedral this
afternoon will be eight of Mr. Har Hardy's
dy's Hardy's associates in the public rela relations
tions relations and press field.
They will be William G. Arey,
.Ir and Allen Alexander, of the
Panama Canal Company; George
Fdman, of the United States Em Embassy;
bassy; Embassy; Salustiano Chacon, of the)
Panama Prcsidencia Dress office;
Lt. Col. Harry Kelleher, Caribbean
Command; Lt. Col. Thomas M. B.
Hicks I SARCAR1B; Captain Rich Richard
ard Richard .lay, Caribbean Air Force: nd
I.I. Anthony J. Dopar.o, Fifteenth
Naval District. 1
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Mr. Hardj, who was 56 yeart
old. had been with the Canal ot
gany.sation for over 21 year .';



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POLITICS FOR LOCAL RATERS

lls:

Sir: I
' Governor Potter's reported adwee to (.'anal Zone workers that
they may even join the Communist l'arty if they so desire is some- ;
thing that should be completely disregarded by Canal Zone work- :
exs who want to keep their jobs.
It was really surprising that the Governor of the Canal Zone, j
Tjf-ill people, would give his workers such advice and we must won-
der at his sincerity in the interest of Panamanians working in the
Zone. , ., ., i

Those who remember what happened lo Local lis or ine inueu
Public Workers and the members of that union along with their
teaders will understand what 1 mean. Was Potter here when they
were fired? Has he checked the records? Does he know that Com Communism
munism Communism is lighting a cold war against the democracies which may
break into a hot war any day?
Panamanians working in the Zone should refrain from signing
up in anv party which the Canal Zone officials frown at. There are
others ways of 'showing our sympathies when the proper time comes.
EX-UPW Member.

SAN ANTONIO Bl GLE

Sir:

well over 100 in many

Thursday ran hottest of the season

. presidio, in the Big Bnd, usually the hottest, was one of the
v Our register, right now, at 3 p.m. is 97 degrees and it will pro pro-Isablv
Isablv pro-Isablv go over 100. ... j u u
Was not feeling so well, and had to go to the doctor, and he said
nerves But I wonder if age hasn't something to do with it.
I am supposed to go well over the century mark and I feel it
The Hightowers on my grandmother's side and Scottish had
ilentv of people over 100. It was said they were too close fisted to

Mrs. Whitsett passed me up. and I haven't heard a word from I
Radio just reported 97 at noon and 99 degrees downtown. So I'm j
closing before I scorch. j

May do better next week. Kememoer, nijau nc-.
hPe- Pop Wright.
CLUBHOUSE COURTESY
Sir:
I suppose the definition of a gentleman is an individual when,
instil ed bv a member of the opposite sex, ignores the incident.
Under thai ruling 1 guess I am no gentleman.
Several months ago. having the morning off and 1 1 few n n-pledged
pledged n-pledged bucks, I went in search for some new records. The club club-nouse
nouse club-nouse at Balboa was my firat stop. It was almost my lt for I
have never ben so tempted to slap an insolent clerk as'I was on
thlSS0omeSo0fnthe records I was interested in had price tags that were
very faint. When I asked the female waiting on me to read the tags
'he asked me: "How do 1 know, I didn't write them, '(ant you
read them yourself?" This was spoken with as such sarcasm as a
real frigid female can muster.
WYII. rather than slap this smartie I took off for Panim. I
related the incident to the wife later, and she said: Oh 1 know
who vou mean. I got the same treatment when I asked her -where
the h'abv powder was. She 1old me it was Tight in front of my nose.
P h mv wife and I have treated those incidents humorously,
but n -elating them to friends we find others have been similaruy
trea r No Gentleman.

SQUARE DANCE

Sir:
. As an opener and an old square dancer from the West Indies
and Europe, 1 consider myself lucky to have been in attendance in
the Jamaican Society Aug. 22 when the Silver Star Social And
Dancing Club staged their ninth anniversary celebration
h,s tl.-i. in my humble opinion has been consistent in pre
"Tenting to the square dance public the best arranged card of dances
some of the best decorations; fine prizes and last but not bast the
best and tastiest food and refreshments with courteous 'mc
; ,ie Sihrr Slar Cluo be a shining example to other clubs lo copy
where team work and good taste, coupled with courteusness. fan
Mhieve in a diversion such as danced by dignitaries, royalties and
P":t!merr Edgard N.King, for ma king such an
outstanding club. The roster of officers without a shadow of a doubt
is without peer. Admrtr c,Mn Fun

KEY FOR FAWCETT
S'r 1 read with much pleasure that Ellis Fawcett. principal of the
Taraiso High School, was inducted by Gov. W E. Potter into the
Esteemed Order of Bearers of the Master Key of the Panama Can. L
During my manv years residence in Panama and the Canal
Zone it is the first time so far as 1 can remember, that such recog recog-nS
nS recog-nS has been granted to any of the children of the West Indians
who have contributed so faithfully and loyally to the construction of
the Canal which is the greatest engineering achievement of the
United States anywhere.
Without the West Indian brawn and brain and assiduitv in the
construction of the Panama Canal it would have taken twice or more
than the 1en years in which time it was built, and at leaf! double
the amount of money.
Now the verv few of us who are alive in Panama are suffering
great privations because of the high cost of living, and ire deprived
of all Cnnl Zone privileges whatsoever for medical treatment, and
even forhidden to buv a loaf of bread in the commissaries
We 'are still hopeful that fhe very small amount we are now re
eeiving as "disability relief" will be augmented reasonably until we
all are pasfed to rest in the Great Beyond.
Isaac a. Marknam

FARAISO SCENES

Sir:

Some Paraiso scenes:
The futility expressed on the faces of workers, patiently await
lug transportation to and from work;
Insufficient buses;
The crowded, badly scheduled buses of unprivileged shoppers;
Bargain hunting;
The taxing of store facilities by out of town shoppers;
Absence of inspectors;
Annoying presence of mob on sidewalk of Service Center,
Hindrance to legitimate passers by, and unprintable language,
The day-to-day presence of a short individual with darlc glasses,
and a female;
Attraction to tomato paste and laundry soap;
The speed of commercial and private vehicles through Hamil
ton Street, unmindful of school tots and playground;
The male visitors at one certain set of quarters;
The tumult, noise, profanity at another quarters;
One individual, a tiger let loose
The odor of bush smoking at evenings between gym and market
place.
The uncaring attitude of the tourist in the green sedan,
The welcome sight of educator Parchment once again;
Ditto the pleasant efficiency of Syl. ( allender;

The sngel that is the nurse at the First Aid Station, and ditto

By VICTOR RIESEL
UNITY HOUSE, Pa:-These arc
still some two cent Belgian Congo
,ranc s in my bush jacket and 1 11
blow i.'ic Wiio.e lot on a wager that
Waner Reuther and his ebullient
buddy, Jim Carey, will be guiding
Nikiia Khrushchev around tor haii
a day or so next month. The day
is expected to be topped with a
small banquet al which Reuther,
Khrush.,iev and Carey will be
seated together at the head table.
This isn t going to awaken any
gay emotion inside the tensely de dedicated
dicated dedicated national labor chief George
Meany. He and Reuther quietly quietly-told
told quietly-told each o;her off in a closed
foreign policy session of the
AFL ClO's high command the
ol.ier afternoon here in labor s own
mountain top holiday inn. Reuther
and Carey wanted the right to
make their own decisions on how
to greet the No. One Russian
tourist. They've won that right.
And the prediction is that some
time on the afternoon of Sept. 22
or 23, Reuther will leave the AFL AFL-(
( AFL-( TO convention in San Francisco
and meet the Khrushchev party.
The red-haired United Auto Work Workers
ers Workers Union president then is expect
ed to show the Soviet chief through
a UAW housing project including
a kitchen.
Reuther's argument was that he
could do what Vice President Nix Nixon
on Nixon did. That is out-talk the Rus Russian
sian Russian leader in the presence of 150
newsmen, not to mention the glo global
bal global television crews.
There was considerable heat be behind
hind behind the closed doors of the air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned conference room here
when Meany told Reuther he could
do as he wished but that tne AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO officially would have nothing
to do with a system which, even
within the past 24 hours, had

executed labor leaders. Reuther

was supported by Carey, who has
been saying here quite ODenly that
it would be "treason" to permit
President Eisenhower to be the on
W one to tell the American story
fo Khrushchev. And that's a mild
version of Carey's references to
the President.
During the off the-record session
Reuther and (arty maintained
that the real truth abou; America
could not come from the President
and official White House and State
Dept. hosts but from the labor
leaders themselves. Reuther's po position
sition position was that First Deputy Pre Premier
mier Premier A l- Mikoyan had come here
searching for the truth. Mikoyan's
version didn't quite sit well back
home. So the Kremlin sent its No.
Two man, Frol Koslov. This
wasn't enough. Truth seeker
Knrushchev then decided to seek
for himself; Reuther said this
would lead to peace. The argument
started.
The original public statement of
the AFL-CIO included a short pa
ragraph staling that peace and
good will would not be served by
Khruschchev's visit. Reuther
jected. The few sentences came
out. But Meany said, "You wait

and see.
Behind all this, a private debate,
was a series of telephoe calls
from the Stale Dept. seekine la

bor sentiment on the visit of the

Soviet leader. Apparently there
was another important feeler du during
ring during these talks. Someone in the
government wants to know how

the AFL-CIO would react to an in

vitation from the President for la
bor representation in the Eisen
hower delegation to Moscow.
This is a vital Question. Virtual

ly all labor leaders abroad nurr

gently when stroked by the soft di
plomatic hands of Soviet envoys

loughest opposition to alobal

Kremlin soft sell politics comes

irom tne hand of men ed hv

George Meany. President Esenhow-

er would they very much lik? to

round out his party with vo (but
at least one) promin?nt labor

chiefs.

Vice President Nixon tried this

when he asked Steelworkers' lead

er Dave McDonald to join him on
the Moscow trek. But official AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO policy, it appears, is opposed
to joining with Mr. Eisenhower
despite the respect for any White
House request.
However, it is believed that
Reuther and Carey would like to
be in that delegation. They feel
fhey can tell their version effecli
vely in Moscow. Meany will not
collaborate with those he privatelv

refers to as butchers of working
', people.
1 Fueling the anger between
i Reuther and Mear.v is s.ill another
feud of considerable -ig ilicance.
j Reuther believes it wrs his turn to
I be appointed by the State Dep.. tn
the U.S. delegation to the UN. Thi Thi-I
I Thi-I is a worid wide platform. It was

held first by Meany and then b
Railway Clerks president George
Harrison.
Each year a different labor
leader is appointed after unoffic unofficial
ial unofficial consultation with the AFL-CIO
chief. As former head of the CIO,
it appeared to be Reuther's turn
Someone inside labor vetoed him
The post now is scheduled to go l
another, passing over Reuther for
the third time.
So it is not surprising thai
Reuther will pass over offical la
bor policy and try to do a Dick
Nixon with Khrushchev.
Thus the Reuther-Meany feud
still runs deep. Only if you watch

j closely do you notice it. In the vast
dining room of this playground of
Dave Dubinsky's Ladies Garment
I Workers, you can see the symbol
1 ism. Reuther and Meany at at se se-1
1 se-1 parate tables only in-hes apart, of

len nacK to hack.

ACROSS
1 President's
wife,
Symmee
Harrison
5 husband
died after
one month
fn office
t She did not
leave her
home in
North
Ohio, for
Washington
12 Hoop
13 Biblical
prophet
14 Cry of
bacchanali
13 Sea eagle
16 Snooze
17 Cataract
18 Greater in
depth
20 Papal capes
22 Lever
23 Harden,
as cement
24 Protective
covering
27 Piloted
31 Hawaiian
wreath
32 Musical
character
33 Native metal
34 Compass point
33 River nymph
Zt Peer Gynt'i
mother
37 Harmony
39 Helped
41 Soak flax
42 Fastening
device
4 Shlpworm
44 Trying
experience
50 Iroquoiaa
Indian
31 Posses

53 Small Island
54 Illuminating
device
85 Slight bow
S6 Vipers
87 Malt drink!
38 Distresi lignal
St Promontory
DOWN
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the night
2 Nostril
1 Number
4 City in Syria
i Her husband
wii William

Previous

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11 Low haunts
19 Stray
21 Great Barrier

24 Fish sauce
25 City in
Nevada

Harrison 2 Demeanor

t Note in
Guido's scale
7 Fencing
thrust!
Delay
9 Wicked
10 Not any

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28 Highway
29 Gaelic
30 Act
32 Comics
35 Require
38 Crawls

39 Ventilate
40 American
aborigine
42 Bodies of
water
41 Tissue
44 Pertaining
to an age
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47 Essential
being,
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mountains
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Resident

UNBURDENS SELF
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind (UPI)
Mail carrier Frederick Boyles, 22,
hegan a one-year prison term to to-lay
lay to-lay Mr mail (heft. Bovles said

ne wilhheld mail with the inlen

'ion ni nenvenny u on days when
his loud was lighter. "But the
lighter days never came." he

said.

WASHINGTON How serious

Nelson Kotkeleller is about run running
ning running lor President is clear from
Hie fact that he's asked x-Gov.

lam Dewtv to be hi campaign

manager. Dewey w! highly sue
Cessna in getting ike iioimnuteu
and elecleu even though he never

did loo well for hiniset!.. .Mamie

Eisenhower layi that she 11 go to
Moscow with ik but only by boat.

She hates long overseas airplane

flights. .The Air force nas caugiu

Gov. Ernest Vandiver of Georgia

mooching a free joyrida in a Na-
linnal Guard Diane all over the

Canhbean after he finished at the

Governors' Conference. It plans to

bi him in the same way n aia

embattled Gov. Eart Long oLLojii-

oiana when he flev 90 Houston.

Texas, (somewhat against hi will)

to a mental institution.
What the Air Force doesn't know

is that Governor Vandiver is the

nephew ot potent Sen. Richard

Russell of Georgia who sits on Air
Force matters as chairman of the

Senate Armed Forces CommiUee.

Woncier if they'll really try to col collect?
lect? collect? THE GENERAL MOTORS
GRAND JURY Two junior Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen have been responsible
mr 2 i. ih most important probes

in Congress this year. Fran k

Kowalski of Connecticut sparked
the investigation of GIs used as
brass hat servants, which has al already
ready already brought drastic changes in
the Army. Alfred Santangelo of
New York inspired tha probe of
the munitions lobby. .Kowalski
recently made a broadcast, in
Polish, over the Voica of America.
Though his parents immigrated
from Poland, the Congressman's
English is far better than his
Polish and he had to spend about
four hours practicing for a 15-min-ute
broadcast. He did a good job
for Polish-American understanding.

The CAB is getting down to bus business
iness business in a probe of Pan American
Airways. .The Justice Depart Department
ment Department also means business in its
probe of General Motors for do dominating
minating dominating over 50 percent of the

nation's auto production. Not even

Postmaster General Summerfield

oiggest Chevrolet dealer in the

world, has been able to s'.op the
General Motors grand jury. .
Congressman Frank Thompson of
New Jersey, who got sprayed with
acid the other day, finds time to
be the capital's No. 1 advocate of
culture, though Congressman Har Harris
ris Harris McDowell of Delaware is runner-up.
They urge that future memorials
lo greit Americans be in the form
of living monuments, not rigid
-tone, and that Keith's famous
theatre opposite the Treasury be
made a Washington arts center.
Morris Cafritz, the big D.C. real
:or. has offered Keith's free to the
nation's capital, but timid D.C.
comm'ssioners say they haven't
got the money to use it.
INSIDE THE LABOR CONFER CONFERENCE
ENCE CONFERENCE The Democratic Senator
who's inclined to slide over to the
Republican side during the hoi
Landrum-Griffin bill discussions is
likable Jennings Randolph of West
Virginia. With four Democratic
Senators, balanced against three
Republicans Randolph's vote can
throw the conference one way or
Ihe other. . .Sen. Pat MrNamara
of Michigan was the only Senator
who opposed secrecy at the Sen
ate House labor talks.
It was agreed to keep Senate as
sistants in the room, but bar news newsmen.
men. newsmen. As the last newsman walked
out, McNamara wise-cracked: "1
want the last man who walked out
the door as my assistant. He's. with
the Detroit News. I want to use
him lor public relations advice."
There's a contractors' closed
shop gimmick tucked in Ihe Lan Lan-drum
drum Lan-drum Griffin bill which was sold
to Lanr'rum and Griffin by the
powerful Associated General Con Contractors.
tractors. Contractors. It will squceza out ail

non-member contractors. It pro provides
vides provides that in the building trades,
contractors may sign pre hire con contractors
tractors contractors with a labor union, but the
contractor must have a history of
collective bargaining. This means
he must belong to the local con contractors'
tractors' contractors' association, and also

means a closed shop for contract-!
ors written into law. . .Rep. j
Graham Barden of North Carolina
is so anti-labor that in the closed closed-door
door closed-door sessions he insisted that of officers
ficers officers and unions be required to
have surety bonds of 10 percent of
the union miney they handle. This
would mean that David Du Dubinsky's
binsky's Dubinsky's Garment Workers, with a
$200,000,000 fund, would hava to
get $20,000,0 surety.
Thii goes far beyond the surety
requirement of the Federal Deneslt
Insurance Corporation which guar guarantees
antees guarantees deposits in the nation's
banks. When Sen. Barry Gold-

water of Arizona a businessman,
heard about this, he drastically
scaled the Barden provision

down.

MAILBAG
REP. W. F. NORRELL OF AR ARKANSAS
KANSAS ARKANSAS I have your telegram
stating that you are not now in a
wheel chair and have not been
since your stroke. I am delighted
to make this fact clear and very
sorry that you have been ill. .
HERMAN JOHNSON, THE
JOHNSON COMPANY, DULUTH,
MINN. You are right that there
have been cases of secondary boy boycotts
cotts boycotts and organizational picketing,
but the fact remains that with the
exception of one narrow loophole,
they are banned under the Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley Act. Not only my column
but the New York Times has point pointed
ed pointed out that section 8 (B) (4) (A)
of the Taft-Hartley Act specifical specifically
ly specifically bans this type of picketing anJ
that President Eisenhower was no'
fair when in his telecast on labor
legislation he cited the secondary
picketing of retail furniture store;
because the furniture manufactur manufacturer
er manufacturer would not permit union organi
zation.
The President's own Justice Dc
partment, through the Taft-Hartley
Act, in most cases has the

power to stop this type of picketing.

WOMEN'S TOUCH PAYS OF
TIFTON, Ga. (UPI)-The wom woman's
an's woman's touch is paying off in en enforcing
forcing enforcing this town's parking met meter
er meter regulations. Since two women
wove hired last month to check
parking meters, rocHptg have in increased
creased increased 35 per cen..

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in 1847 and Belgium and
France In 1840. The first VS.
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picturing Benjamin Franklin
and a ten-cent black portray portraying
ing portraying George Washington.
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SIGNAL SERVICE AWARDS Civilian personnel of the U.S. Army Caribbean Signal Section were presented with Department
of the Army Suggestion Award Certificates by Col. Harold D. McCormick, command signal officer, in recognition of their adopt adopted
ed adopted beneficial ideas. From left are Walterio Lobban, Philip Scharosch, McCormick, Sheffield Wilds and Arthur McKay. In addi addition
tion addition to the certificate Lobban was awarded $20 in cash and Scharosch received a $15 award. (U.S. Army Photo)
Solons Call For Search Into Ways To Dispose Of Radioactive Wastes

WASHINGTON (UPI) A con congressional
gressional congressional subcommittee called
yesterday for a, continuing
asarch for "foolproof" ways to
dispose of radioactive wastes al although
though although it concluded that present
disposal methods have not had
harmful effects so far.
The radiation subcommittee of
thte Joint Atomic Energy Commit Committee
tee Committee said the problem may be ex expected
pected expected to increase because the
capacity of earth to dilute "hot"
atomic wastes is limited and must
be conserved.
The group's findings were con contained
tained contained in ts third "summary "summary-analysis"
analysis" "summary-analysis" of hearings on artificial artificially
ly artificially produced radioactivity. The
first report dealt with fallout from
nuclear tests and the second with
possible effects of a nuclear at attack.
tack. attack. The new report dealt with radio radioactive
active radioactive waste materials which are
left from atomic activities, includ including
ing including weapons production and power
generation. The subcommi 1 1 e e
concluded that:
Present disposal methods, in including
cluding including the dumping of "low-level"
wastes at sea, can "continue
to be a small percentage of the
total exposure to man from all
radiation sources." It noted that
the Atomic Energy Commission
has promised that sea disposal

hereafter will be In depths of
6,000 feet or more, unless scien scientific
tific scientific discoveries warrant a change
in policy.

"High-level" wastes, so far
chiefly from bomb production, are
now safely contained in under underground
ground underground tanks, but no plan for

MISSION SERGEANT HONORED A Certificate of Achievement
was presented to SJc. Emerson M. Nelson Jr., former motor
sergeant at Fort Bragg, N.C., now on duty with the U.S. Army
Mission to Ecuador. The award, signed by Ma. Gen. Robert F.
Sink, commanding general, Fort Bragg, was presented by CoL
William F. Damon, chief of the Mission, left. (U.S. Army Photo)

their permanent disposition has

been completed. The subcommu

tee said storage of these wastes

in abandoned salt mines is the

permanent method "most favored

at this time.

nisnosal costs DromLse to be

a small fraction of nuclear power

outlays and "need not reiara me
Hpvplnnmpnt of the nuclear-energy

industry with full protection of

the public health ana saieiy.
"According lo the best judg judgments
ments judgments of the scientific experts
who estified," the report said,
"raHioaptivp waste management

and disposal practices have not

resulted in any narmtui enecis on
the environment, the public or its
resources."

However, the report emphasized

the dangers f dumping more
than small quantities of radiation
in the sea. It said the AEC is
amending one disposal contract to
prevent dumping in less than

6,000 feet ot water, wnicn usually

would be 70 to 150 miles onshore

The AEC has received a report

suggesting that low-level wastes
could be safely dumped in 28
"in shore" areas, some of them
showing only 300 feet of depth,
but has not approved these locations.

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DAILY
MEDITATION

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education o4 the
Episcopal Church in th Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone).
RIDING HIGH
"And I wiH cause thoa te ride
upon the high places of the
earth.".
Riding high. We usually employ
the expression for a person who
tramples roughshod over the
rights of others. The prophet is
using it in the opposite sense. He is
describing the qualities necessary
for the men who rides with God.
, "If thou take away from the
midst of thee the voke, the putting

forth of the finger, and speaking

vanity. ,"
Yokes are out. No man can ride
the heights who climbs all the ex expense
pense expense of his fellows. God will not
allow us to exploit the other per person
son person for long without paying the pe penalty.
nalty. penalty. Finger pointing Is out. Scorn
end contempt for our neighbor
are usually a betrayal of our
own inadequacy. We cannot
build ourselves up by tearing
him down.
Speaking wickdness is out. How
easy it is for the idle chatter re referred
ferred referred to in v.13 to expand into
slander and malice which destroy
the speaker as well as the person
spoken against.
But the man who satisfies the
desires of the needy will find that
God is satisfying his desires. We
ride with God in the high places
as we take the second mile with
our neighbor.

Labor Peace Returns To Aviation, Rubber
But Strikes Harry Rails, Steel, Rockets

OCCUPATION HAZARD
MEMPHIS, Tnn. (UPI) Da Da-viy
viy Da-viy Benton, a government weath weatherman
erman weatherman stationed here, reported
tod?y that it rained every day
nf his 20-day vacation In the Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Tex., area.

NEW YORK, Sept. 3 (L'PI) -Labor
peate returned to the air airlines
lines airlines and rubber mdustnes today,
but strikes or the three of strikes
continued to rock the business
boat in rocketry, railroads, in insurance
surance insurance and steel.
A threatened flight engineers'
strike against Pan American World
Airways was postponed indefinite indefinitely
ly indefinitely last night when flight engineers
refused to teach classes training
"third pilots" in the cockpits.

Oil Tank Explosion
Sel By Lightning
Was Cosily Blast
LIMA Ohio, Sept. 4 (UPI) -Ohio
Oil Co. officials said today
that damage from an explosion of
a huge oil tank, touched off after
it was set afire by a lightning
bolt, would probably run to sev several
eral several hundred thousand dollars.
No one was injured yesterday
in the fire and earth-shaking blast
that sent flames fed by crude oil
hundreds of feet in the air. The
tank, which held 100 thousand bar barrels,
rels, barrels, was nearly full.
About 30 families in a six -block
area on the southern edge of the
city were forced to leave their
homes, but they returned after the
flames were brought under con control.
trol. control. The fire was set during a vio violent
lent violent thunderstorm that dumped
nearly three inches of rain in the
late afternoon.
Police ordered families to move
out of the immediate area while
firemen and company employes
erected barriers to keep the
flames from spreading after fire firemen
men firemen had run out of water.
Then about four end a half
hours later, the tank exploded
with a tremendous roar, sending
aloft flames and thick smoke.

A second major strike in the
rubber industry was averted when
the United Rubber Workers U
nion and Firestone Tire and Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Co. signed a contract calling
for 10-cent hourly wage increases
for 18,000 workers.
But little progress was reported
in other labor disputes around the
nation:
Negotiations were to resume
today in New York in the nation nationwide
wide nationwide steel strike after a five-day
breathing spell. No progress was
evident.
A strike by equipment opera operators
tors operators at Cape Canaveral, Fla., idled
800 construction workers engaged
in building missile facilities at the
major rocket testing site.
'TJie Air Force said the strike
now1 ui its third day, had affected
"work on ell construction projects
at Cape Canaveral," but added
that the walkout had not delayed
missile launching schedules.
The chairman of the Western
Carriers Conference Dommittee, a
railroad management group, eri-

uczed labor leader George E.
Leighty for threatening a strike by
850,000 non-operating rail worker.
Theodore Short said Leighty
seems "more interested im fore
than negotiation."
Insurance com Dan a. gent
pressed their demands for jraf
and job security improvements
with a sign-waving demonstration
at the Prudential Insurance Co.
of America headquarters in" New Newark,
ark, Newark, N.J.
Union leaders have warned &a
10,000 Prudential agents in 34
states may strike Sept. 8 unlesf
the company agrees to a new con contract
tract contract by Saturday.
Members of the United Steel,
workers Union walked out at eight
northeastern Ohio steel fabricaU
ing plants when negotiators failed
to reach agreement before con contracts
tracts contracts expired.
In Chicago, two meat Industry
unions and Armour and Co. meat meat-packers
packers meat-packers reached a last-minuto
agreement. Spokesmen said the
pact would probably head joft t
threatened industry-wide strike.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

TH1 PANAMA AMEBIC AN AN INDBPENDINT DAILY IfEWSFAFIE
134,
Social and Otlx
THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn
terivide
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Written for NEA Service
NEWS OF ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, PARTIES AND TRAVEL SHOULD BE MAIuED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WILL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 2-0740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.
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Engagement Of Miss Neal
To David Robles Announced

Millard. Jr.; General Gaither's
cousin, Miss Matilda P. McCom McCom-as;
as; McCom-as; and visiting friends, Dr. Rob Robert
ert Robert S. McCeney and Mrs. McCen-ey.

Haitian Amba$ador
Honortd At Dinner

The Charge d'Affaires of the
Chinese Embassy and Mrs. Peter

Kai mon Chen entertained at the

I Embassy last evening w;th a din

ner party honoring the Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador of Haiti and Mrs. Marcal An-
Itoine.

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MISS MARGUERITE HELEN NEAL
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Neal of Diablo Heights announce the en engagement
gagement engagement of their daughter, Marguerite Helen, to Mr. David de C.
Robles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Robles of Panomi City.
Miss Neal is presently employed by the U.S. Army Finance Of Office
fice Office at Coroial. Mr. Robles is a member of the law firm of De Cai
tro and Robles.

Mrs. Icaia Honored
At Dinner Party
Mrs. Graciela Vallarino lcaza,
wile of Panama's Ambassador in
Argentina, was guest of honor at
a dinner party given last evening
at the Union Club by Dr. Angela
Romera Vera, Argenlina's Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Panama.
The guest list included Chief of
the National Guard. Col. Bolivar
Vallarino, and Mrs. Vallarino;
Uruguavan Ambassador Dr. Felix
Pollen and Mrs. Polleri; Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan Ambassador Gen. Gabriel Bri Bri-ian
ian Bri-ian Ambassador Jose F. Mariate Mariate-gip
gip Mariate-gip and Mrs. Mariategui.
Brazilian Ambassador Dr. Jor Jor-j,e
j,e Jor-j,e Latour: Spanish Ambassador
Ricardo Muniz and Mrs. Muniz-
German Minister George
Aa Pnnnpnheim: Deputy

I 1 Mr Trvnv 4rlaS lt and

Mis Raul Garcia de Paredes,
Mr and Mrs Bey Mario Arose Arose-mena,
mena, Arose-mena, Counsellor of the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine Embassy Mario R. Zavalia
and Mrs. Zavalia.

Soroptimist Club
Luncheon Saturday
j The usual luncheon meeting of
members of the Soroptimist Club
'is planned lor 12:15 tomorrow af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at the Panama Hilton Ho-
.
' CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

JUST RIGHT for younntera on hot day are nUy drop cookie
and peanut butter float. Both live plenty of nourUhment.

General and Mrs. Gaither
Entertain At Residence
Lt. Gen. Ridgoly Gailhcr, Com
minder in Chief. Caribbean and
Mrs. Gailhcr were hosis Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evrning at a cocktail buffet
at tlip;r residence at Quarry
Heights.
GuetU from. Panama were Min
lster of Government and Justice
Hector Valdes and Mrs Valdes;
and --First Ctnniandant of the
Guardia Nac;onil. Col. Bolivar
Vallarino and Mrs. Vallarino.
Members oi the Diplomatic

Corps in Panama at the buffet
were Ambassador of Brazi, Dr.

Jorge Latour; Charge d'Aflaires

it China Peter Kai-mou Chen
:ind Mrs. Chen; and Minister oi
Japan Ken Nimomiya apd Mrs.
N.momiya and their daughter.
Toshi.
Guests from the, Canal Zone
were Gov. William E. Potter ano
Mrs. Potter;'' Lt. Xov. John D.
McElheny and Mr McElhen ;
Health Director, Col. Thomas G.
Faison and Mrs. Faison; and Di
rector of Gorgas Hospital, Col.
Chrk B. Meador and Mrs. Mead
or.

Rossellini Holds
Inqrid's 3 Kids
In Leqal Hassle

ROME. Sept. t I I'l'D- Rob"

Military guests included Coin
majider of the Caribbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, Maj. Gen. Leland S. Stran
ithan and Mrs.- Stranathafl, and
I rhif loff f'nl Miohnla'c Paui.

! i i n...-i. ,l..i

ei 1 1 i .viis. j uwi i, v.(Mii in tt im rt iii

of t he Fifteenth Naval District.

Tlnl Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks and

tollini is holding Ingriil l'.e"g plrs. Parks, and Chief of Staff
man's three children w ule he tri'-s! Capt. William S. Howell and Mrs.
to 'rsuade 'he I'i'.liau courts lo Howell; Carilibean Com m am
gr id him .hen permanent cus 'Chic' of Stalf. Brig. G?n. James
to'' it was reported today. !W. Coutts and Mrs, Coutts; C ir
. 'I'ne children sncnl the summer ibbcan Command Assistant Chief
at thct Italian diTctnr's seaside of Staff lor Operations. Brig. Gen

Villa under the terms nl a tempora Ceui ge 1. Schlatter and Mrs

Quote Unquote

PARIS Gen. Charles de (;aulle,
after meeting in secret talks with
President Eisenhower;
"Sometimes even close friends

find themselves for a moment

apart."

PARIS President Eisenhower,
after speaking of de Gaulle's
"stubborness" of which he had
considerable experience in North
Africa during World War II:
"As long as he is stubborn Ln
the spirit of principle and of right
and of peace, this is a powerful
nspiration lor us all."

Active youngsters seem to have
bottomless, appetites for cookies
and drinks during warm weather.
Botn of thee recipes will keep
them happy and healthy.
They provide excellent nourish nourishment,
ment, nourishment, being made with nutriti nutritious
ous nutritious super nonfat dry milk. One
quart of liquefied milk is used in
the peanut butter float. The nut nutty
ty nutty drop cookies have an extra
bonus of enrichments, because
of the milk in dry form in the
recipe.
The family size package of

this nonfat dry milk makes 12
quarts of nonfat milk for about
8 cents a quart and provides all
of milk's nutrients except fat.
Nufty Drop Cookies
Makes 40 to 50 2-inch
cookies)

Two cups sifted flour, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon baking powder, 14 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, 12 cup super nonfat
dry milk, 1-2 cup butter, 1 1-2
teaspoons vanilla extract, 1 cup
brown sugar (firmly packed) 1

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egg, 2 tablespoons water, 4U io
5u walnut halves.
Sift together flour, baking pow powder
der powder and salt; gently stir in super
nonfat dry milk. Cream butter
and vanilla in large mixer bowl;
gradually add brown sugar; beat
until nixture is light and fluffy.
Blend in egg and water. Beat in
flour mixture, in three additonns,
until well moistened. Drop bat batter
ter batter by heaping teaspoons onto
well-greased baking sheet. Place
walnut half on each cookie. Bake
in moderate oven (375 degrees
F.) 8 to 10 minutes or until
edges of cokies are brown.
Peanut Butter Float
(Makes 4 (l-ounce) servings)
One quart liquefied super non nonfat
fat nonfat dry milk, chilled; 12 cup
peanut butter, 1-4 cup honey, 1-2
teaspoon vanilla extract.
Blend all ingredients together
thoroughly with rotary beater.

Serve over ice cubes in large
glasses.

If East had simply passed his
partner's opening club bid it is
highly doubtful if North and South
would have reached the diamond
slam but East was in a bidding
mood.
South' two diamond overcall
was solid to say the least and aft after
er after West raised to two hearts North
gave a light sounding diamond
raise.
South was now certain that his

partner held a singleton heart and
even though he only had 14 high
card points and West had opened
the bidding a slam became very

probable.
South bid three hearts and North

signed off at three no-trump. Now-

South bid four ciuds, nis seconu
slam try. Again North signed off
with four diamonds. South bid four

snades. his third straight siam

try, and while North would not go
to the slam he did show some sign
of life by bidding five tlubs.

This was enough for Soutn. He

bid the diamond slam. West open opened
ed opened the king of hearts and I leave
it to you readers to see how Sovrt'.i

made the slam. He naa several
plays at his disposal and all would
work so it wasn't difficult.

t A1UllliYIM

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Robert Mitchum may be in for
some serious trouble from Uncle
Sam as a result of the pub brawl
in which he became involved in
Eire. The State Department
could pick up hig passport, citing
his previous brushes with the
law as reasons why his behavior
when he travels abroad must be
exemplary. .Martha Raye has
decided to pack in New York and
make her home in Florida. She's
also shopping for a night club
there, where she'd perform as
well as greet the guests. .
Ka.y Kendall's health has im improved
proved improved and her intimates are
betting she'll be involved in some
kind of theatrical action soon
after she returns to New York
with Rex. .German pianist Jut Jut-ta
ta Jut-ta Hepp, who created quite a
stir when she arrived on the jaza
scene a couple of years ago, is
now working in a local dress
shop.
The musical conductor of the
Central Park opera "Carmen
Jones" disappeared the other
night before overture time and
a replacement had to be called
in while the police searched for

him. .Nina Foch, offered an im important
portant important role in the Theatre

Guild's upcoming production,

"Jolly Progress," in which Fran-

chot Tone will star, ., turned it
down. "Good part," was her com comment,
ment, comment, "but not enough money."
Sacha Distel, who has fully re recovered
covered recovered from the shock of Bri Bri-girte
girte Bri-girte Birdot's marriage to an another
other another fellow (no groat feat, since
their 'romance' took place chief chiefly
ly chiefly for the benefit of tho news

magazine cameramen) it dating
Francoise Arnoul, also a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful French actress.

South

r custody am'ec'M'nt requir;nu
Possellini lo return Mien to their
Bioth: r a; the end of August.
Instead of I'elui'niirj them, Rns
ael ini has petitioned the courts In
vacate the temporary agreement
because of Miss Rerman's mar
tiasc to Swedish millionaire l.ai's
S. hmidt. which has been describ described
ed described as bigamous under Italian law.

Schlatter, and Deputy Chief o

Staff. Capt. James H. Ashley and
Mrs. Ashley, and t'.S. Armv Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Acting Chief of Staff, Col.
William E. Kckles and Mrs
K Mcs.
I lousesiuest of Gen. and Mrs.
Ga'ther, who also attended the
buffet, are Mrs. Gaither's sister.
Mrs. Millard I). Arnold and son.

WASHINGTON James R. Iloffa
President of the Teamsters Union,
discussing pending labor legisla
tion:
"There is little or no diference
between the killer l.andrum-Grif-fin
bill, which passed the House,
and the so-called compromise bill.
Should the compromise bill be
come, law, it would indeed be a
black day for labor."

AVOID
DIAPER RASH

Don't let your
baby suffer
from clamp
diapers. After
every diaper
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MEXANA

NOTICE
B.P.O. ELKS 1542
Annual Fish Fry
Cancelled
Reason: No fish available.
Tickets refunded on
request

VENICE. Calif. Attorney A'
Mathews, who is applying for an

entertainment permit for a Beat Beatnik
nik Beatnik center here, when asked about

the noise some residents had com
plained about:

"I asked the Beatniks to stop

the bongo playing, but they pro:

tested this and said beating bon

gos was a release for antagon

ism. I felt thev should be allowed

to do this, but I asked them to

beat Ihem in the basement in a

place I set aside for them."

ANGRY DEFAULTER

GASTON1A. N.C (UPI)-When

a finance companv repossessed

William Holding's car hecause of

defaulted payments. Holding filed

sui for $199 SO to recover pay

ments he had made. When he
found out that the company had
also taken a quilt in the car.

H-.'Id'ng filed an idditinnal $S(),000

indemnity suit.

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"w North Kut
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You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
A Pm- yT be chance for
a profit is to defend fhut one

cbt.oN m4. hope gamboa bai.boa Panama
5.M .m. F 5.S9 a.m. (U2 l.Itl. .H5 a.m.
7 MM) a.m. 7.04 t in. 7.50 a.m. S.22 a.m. a.m.
D sn a.m. .S4 a.m. 10 41 a.m. 11.11 a.m. 11.20 a.m.
ll.so a in. 11.54 a.m. 12.38 p.m. 1.09 p.m. 1.14 p.m.
.100 p.m. .104 p.m. 3.48 p.m. 4.19 p.m. 474 p.m.
5.00 p.m. 5.01 p.m. 5 48 p.m. .l p.m. .! p.m.
7.55 p.m. i 8 46 p.m. .25 p.m.
10.00 p.m. 10.03 p.m. F 10.46 p.m. 11.16 p.m. 11.20 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
K D0 a.m. k F fi.50 a.m. K 7 22 a.m. K 7.27 a.m.
8.00 a.m. 8.0.1 a.m. ft. 46 a.m. Dili a.m. (.2 a.m.
10.50 a.m. 10.53 a m 11.16 a.m. 12.06 p.m. 12.10 p.m.
12.50 p.m. 12.51 p.m. 1 16 p.m. I.tt p.m. 2.10 p.m.
5 00 p.m. 5 01 p m. 5 46 p.m 6 16 p.m. 1.20 p.m.
7.00 p.m. 7.01 p.m. 7.46 p.m. 8 16 p.m. 8.20 p.m.
10.00 p.m. 10.03 pit. F 10.46 p.m. 11.16 p.m. 11.20 p.m.
12.01 a.m. 12.04 a m. F 12.46 a.m. I 16 a.m. 1.20 a.m.

PANAMA TO COLON
Monday to Friday Inclusive

PANAMA

7.10 am
10.00 a.m.
12.01 p.m.
1.10 p.m.
5.10 p.m.
10.10 p.m.

BAI.BOA
5.00 a m.
7.14 am
10.05 a m
12.04 p m.
3.14 p.m.
5.14 p.m.
8.00 p.m.
10.14 p.m

(.AMROA
F 5.22 a.m.
7.43 a.m.
10 37 a.m.
12.33 p.m.
1.45 p.m
5.42 p.m.
V 8.40 p.m.
F 10.42 p.m.

MT. HOPE I

6.25 .m.
8.28 a.m.
11.25 a.m.
1 IS p.m.
411 p.m.
626 p.m.
9.30 p.m.
11.26 p.m.

COLON

1.33 a.m.

11.30 a.m

1.23 p.m

4.16 p.m.
(.30 p.m,
11.30 p.m

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays

ft 10 a.m.
1100 a.m.
1. 00 p m.
5.10 p.m.
7.10 p.m.
10.10 p.m.
1J.10 a.m

K V

5.55 a m. K

8.14 urn
11.04 m
1.04 p.m
5.14 p.m
7,14 p.m
10.14 p.m
12.14 am

6.17 a.m.

8.42 a.m.
11.32 a m.
1.12 p.m.
5.42 p.m.
7.42 p.m.
T. 10.42 p.m.
F 12.42 a.m.

7.10 a.m.
9.26 a.m.
12 16 p.m.
2.16 p.m.
6.26 p.m.
ft 26 p.m.
1126 pm
1 26 a m.

9.10 a.m
12.20 p.m
2.2 p.m

0.30 p.m
8.30 p.m
11.30 p.m
1.30 a m

Explanation of Symbols
K Saturday only axcapt Holidays
X Tormlnatoi Diablo
Y Originatot Diablo
F Stops ) Signal to racaivt'or dischargt Passongtrs
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SF.RVING THK ISTHMUS OF PANAMA SINCE 1855

TODAY'S QUESTIOK
West has ooened on smj

and East hat raised him to two
You, South, hold:
4 VAQ7t 4K J7f IS5 4

wnai ao you do?
Answer Tomorrow

poctod to bo rooaod from hor
incubator in Prosbyrarian Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in another month, .Ac .Actor
tor .Actor Claude Dauphin's wife la so so-rloutly
rloutly so-rloutly ill t nursing hem
near Paris.

Now that Prince Vittorio Mas Massimo
simo Massimo no longer belongs to Dawn
Addams, chanteuse Boni Dana ex expects
pects expects him to fly to New York to
take up where he left off with
her, which was somewhere a a-round
round a-round the betrothal staged. Bo Bo-ni's
ni's Bo-ni's currently appearing at the
Piccolo Club, 55th and Second
Ave.

Martha Hyer's real iweetheart
has managed very neatly to keep
his name out of the papers. He'
a West Coast banker, and the
chap really responsible for her
much-publicized collection of
masterpieces. .Lely Lodge, lovely
actress-daughter of our ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Spain, appeared at the
Polonaise the other evening with
Larry McQuade, a young lawyer.
She's bound to be seen on Broad Broadway
way Broadway this coming season; she'
weighing several offers.

U. S. performers who work in
the Dominican Republic well be
put on a black list by the anti anti-Trujillo
Trujillo anti-Trujillo "block." In other words,
if you play Ciudad Trujillo, they
won't book you in Cuba, Venezue Venezuela,
la, Venezuela, etc. . Desilu Productions,
one of the most flourishing of
all show business companies, is
on the verge of entering the ho hotel
tel hotel buiness now that there are
no TV frontiers to conquer. Desi
and Lucy are said to have their
eyes on the Diplomat Hotel in
Hollywood, Fla. . .Screa m i n'
Jay Hawkins, whose blossomint

career as a rock V roll singer

was halted by a jail sentence a
couple of years ago, is due to be
released from an Ohio prison
soon for good behavior.

Patrice Munsel's prematerely prematerely-born
born prematerely-born baby girl ha gained an another
other another throe pounds and is ex-

Political insiders feel that both
Nixon and Rockefeller are such
big names with the American
public that the Democrats will
have to nominate Adlai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson against either one of them
for the 1960 presidential race.
The other possibilities, except
Jack Kennedy, who is handicap handicapped
ped handicapped for other reasons just don't
have what TV sponsors call "i-
dentification." Republicans pri privately
vately privately believe a Stevenson-Kennedy
ticket would be the hardest
of all to beat. No one even pre

tends to take seriously Steven

son s protests that he isn't a
candidate; they've heard that
one so many times before, and
always uttered with such charm charming
ing charming convinction.

Obviously Jimmy Boyd can go
longer qualify as "child ting tinging
ing tinging star." He's romancing the
current Miss Iceland. .One of
thoso new magaiines wHH play playable
able playable rocrodings Incorporated In Into
to Into theer format teems dottinod
for much trouble, If net obliv oblivion.
ion. oblivion. Several writert who eontri eontri-butod
butod eontri-butod to the first edition still
haven't collected their fees, and
are talking to lawyers.

Gillis McGell, one of the town'
top mannequins, made an ap appearance
pearance appearance on the Dave Garroway
how the other day actually talk talked!
ed! talked! and as a result of her amus amusing
ing amusing glibness has been appointed
the next "Girt Of Th' Week."

Ordnance Employe
With Guri Battalion

As Capl. Mendez

rant Fred S. Mendez of Curun-

du whose two-week tour of duty as
a reserve officer is scheduled for

Sept. 14-28, started his miliary

career m worm war u ai uu
of 17 vears. He was so young that

it was necessary for his father to

pnnspnt to the enlistment Deiore

the Marines could accept him.

This Lorain, Ohio youngster was

island-hopping with the best oi

them in 1943. He went irom jawau

to Guam and the Marshall islands
with the 10th Gun Battalion. The

huttalion's weapon was the Long

Tnm hroueht uo after island land

' ir-

ings were made, arm was useu iui

support (luring mopping-up opi-i j

tions

Aftnr his discharge from the

Marines in 1946, Mendez. enrolled

in Bowling Green State University

Rowlins Green. Ohio, from which

he was graduated in 1950 with two
degrees. Seven years later he ac-
. , : ;u tu

CeDiea a Civil servu-e juu "iii

brought him to tne canal .one as

a mechanical engineer m the em
ploy of the Ordnance Section, U
nited States Army Caribbean.

He received his commission as
captain in the reserves in 1958 and

during his two weeks of active du

ty training he will handle range

support lor the 4tn uun Battalion s
semi-annual firing.

Mendez and his wife have three

children ranging in ages from one

and a half to five years.

Although he is a comparative

newcomer to Panama, Mendez ha

begun construction of his own
home in the Las Cumhres suburb

of Panama City.

Demos Rush Bill To Increase

Rates On US Savings Bonds

WASHINGTON (UPI) Demo Demo-rat
rat Demo-rat leaders rushed a bill to per

mit higher interest rales on gov government
ernment government savings bonds through
two committees yesterday and
headed it toward almost certain

House passage today.

Ihe measure, introduced onlv

Wednesday, would allow President

LisenhowiT to raise interest rates

on Series E and H savings bonds

now ncici by 40 million Americans.

It also would permit higher rates

on such bonds bought in the future.

The procedure under which the

bill will be considered will bar
amendments by rank and file

members. But it will give Re

publicans a last-gasp chance to
try to substitute the President's
broader proposal to hike interest
on long-term marketable bonds as

well.

The House Ways and Means
Committee first approver! the 'bill

by voice vo'e after voting 14-11
to reject the President's plan.

Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D-

Ark.) promptly went before the

House Rules Committee, which
controls Ihe flow of legislation to
the floor, and won permission to

bring up the bill today.

The Rules Committee, like the

Ways and Means group, refused
to substitute the Prsident's plan

tor the more limited prcnosal
worked out by Democratic lead leaders.
ers. leaders. But it agreed to give the full
House a chance to vote on the is issue.
sue. issue. This will como a; the end
of debate on the bill when GOP

leaders will be free to offer a mo motion
tion motion tn return the bill tn the Ways
and Means Committee with ins instructions
tructions instructions to substitute th? Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower plan.

The planned Republican move
was given almost no chance of
success, however.
By removing the present 3.28
percent interest ceiling on sav savings
ings savings bonds, the bill would permit
the President to carry out his an announced
nounced announced plan to raise the rate to
3 3-4 percent on all bonds bought
since May 31.
The administration also plans to
1 the interest rate on 42 billion

increase retroactively to last June
dollars worth of outstanding E
and H bonds. It wants to increase
the amount to one half of one per
cent over the rate previously set
on such bonds.

The unsuccessful effort to nush

the President's broader plan
through the Ways and Means
Committee was led by Rep. Burr
Harrison (D Va.). Eisenhower

wants to raise the present 4 1-4
percent ceiling on long term
bonds.
While unwilling to go along on
this, Mills told the rule's group
that Americans will continue to
cash in savings bonds faster than
they are buying them unless ths
interest rate is raised on Series
E and H bonds.

Labor Day Hop
At Agewood Bohio

A Labor Day hop will be held at
the Agewood "Bohio" on Monday
by the Club Nacional C.S.C.
Music for the dance will bp AI
Martin and his orchestra.

NO BRUSH OFS
vp u-vflPK (1'Pli Officials
of District Council 9 of thr Paint Painters,
ers, Painters, Dpcoratois and Paper Pap Papers
ers Papers Union warned the union's
8,500 memoers not to brush off
this year's Labor Day parade.
Those who do will be fined, the
union announced yesterday.

WHERE THERE'S SMOKE...
MOBILE, Ala. (UPI (Revenue
agents learned yesterday that
where .there's smoke there may
very well be moonshine. Seeing
smoke coming from under a car
hood, they investigated and found
several jugs of moonshine on top
of the engine block.

Australian Dog's
Curiositv ets
Him Into Troublt
SOUTHAMPTON, England

(UPI) Customs officials said

yes'errlay that unless someone
was willing to pay S125, Bingo, a
dog without a muntrv. would
spend the rest of his life on the
high seas.
Bingo used to be an Australian
bu: his natural canin" curiosity
got him into trouble. The trouble
will continue when tie Dutch ship
Johna Van Oldenbarnevfldt ar arrives
rives arrives here Sept. 30.
The black-and-white dog board boarded
ed boarded the Dutch ship when it was
docked in Sydney Harbor. After
sniffing around, the mongrel start started
ed started down the gangplank, but was
blocked by customs officials.

They had not seen Bingo go
aboard and were taking no

chances.

Carib Command Has
Two Tao Dancers

On 'Rolling Along'

Two tap dancers who represent

ed U.S. Army Caribbean in the
rehearsals of "Rolling Alone of

1959" premiered at Fort Belvoir,
Va., last week to begin eight

months of global funmaking.

They are Sp4 Ronald R. Cowan

and Pfc. Charles R. Son from An Antilles
tilles Antilles Command who were sent at
the command's entries in the

specialty group non-musical cate category
gory category after last May's Entertain Entertainment
ment Entertainment Contest. Local high point
winners were Sp5 Joel Daly, co comedian
median comedian and the "Beatniks", a bof
quintet.
The 23 performers of Rolling
Along" will exhibit their talent
before service audiences in Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, France, Italy, Alaska, Japan,
Korea, Okinawa, Hawaii and
other Pacific islands, Panama,
Puerto Rico, Canada and the six
continental Army commands.
This year the popular variety
show's unofficial theme pictures
the soldier coming to discover his
own talent and importance to the
service while performing his rou routine
tine routine military duties.
The performances in Panama is
scheduled from Jan. 27 to Feb. I,
mo.



FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 4, 1939

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
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Tinted Eye Make-Up Makes
Fashion Headlines For Fall
rsrrm assssg
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Oiabla Camera Club ;
T Visit Vanwutta
VxrU.fiui nwmhiiM Vnf the Dia-

VV T-
bio Camera uuo wm travel- 10
Caracas, Venezuela,, on a photo-
will return Monday evening.'
Th T.aW Dav holidiv week
end will give the local photo
crashers three day in Venezue-
4j wnere iney pian vo visu
of interest. This, long-planned ,L
i t fahulnus Caracas will round
out $he club's excursions to Cen Central
tral Central and South American areas of
ipeciaf photographic chirm.
Making the trip are Mn and
Mrs.. Delbert Charters Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Date, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas J. Dee, Mr, and Mrs, Eu Eugene
gene Eugene K. Derr, Mr. and Mrs. Les Lester
ter Lester Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.-John
Hannaman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Hertgen, Mr. and Mrs. James
Kinter, Mr. and Mrs; Leroy Mag Mag-nujon,
nujon, Mag-nujon, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Lee
Myers; Mr. ind Mars. Sturtevant
Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vock Vock-rodt.
rodt. Vock-rodt. .- .
Mr. and -Mrs. Preston Mmton,
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Homa; Coi.
and Mrs. Richard wV .Wallace;
Mrs. Margaret Brandl and daugh daughter
ter daughter Frances, Mrs. Mary Brenne Brenne-man
man Brenne-man and daughter Margaret, Mrs.
Eleanor Colbert, Mrs.. Anne Law Law-son,
son, Law-son, Mrs. Marie McNeffy and Mrs.
Lydia Myers; Miss Margaret
CHRIST CHURCH
' Colon
A clergyman from the diocese
of Liberia, the Rev. Seth C. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, president of Cuttington Col College,
lege, College, an institution of the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal Church, will be the special
preacher at the 7:30 p.m. Service
of Solemn Evensong at Christ
Church By-the-Sea on Sunday.
For his outstanding work in the
field of education, Fr. Edwards,
who decorated by the government
of liberia. He received bis theolo theological
gical theological training at the Union Theo Theological
logical Theological College in N.Y., and from
Harvard University he obtaine.d his
J1.H.A. degree.
He returned to the Isthmus a
few days ago to officiate at the
burial of his brother, the late
Hugh Edwards, who was interred
at Mount Hope Cemetery Tuesday
following the burial office at Christ
Church.
Also scheduled to preach, at the
Atlantic side church on Sunday is
the Rev. John Spear. He will be
celebrant at the 6 a.m. service ot
Holy Communion and celebrant

t.T ... i
choral Eucharist.
ST. LUKE'S
Areon
The Church School of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon will
begin its sessions Sunday, at the
9:15 Family Service. Registration
in,all classes will take place im immediately
mediately immediately after th service.
aaby sitters for infants, a.jiur.,
sefy lor'pre-schbol children

and paeacher.. at the 9 -aocwi. 6 ad from"fhe"!Bib"le include

km-fm

dergarten and grades from the
first to the 12th will be conducted.
For the adults, the Dean's Bible
class will, again be carried on in
the Cathedral proper.
The course of study which is
used by the entire school has been
recently developed' by the Depart Depart-mnt
mnt Depart-mnt of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church, and is called
"Jhe Seabury Series". It intro introduces
duces introduces the 'child, beginning with the
nursery school, to the God we
worship, and His revelation to us
through Jesus Christ. The exper experience
ience experience of Christian life in and
through Our Saviour is emphasized
throughout, using the Bible, the
prayer book; the hymnal, the his history
tory history df the church and the life of
prayer as the means of living. The
whole plan makes the short Sun Sunday
day Sunday Session the beginning of
Christian life rather than the end,
thus branching out into every
phase .of life with the peculiar
Christian point of view.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fawcett of
Diablo Heights are the superinten superintendent
dent superintendent and secretary. The nursery
and kindergarten are under the
supervision of Mrs. Charles Keen Keen-an,
an, Keen-an, Mrs. Virginia Aanstoos and
Mrs. Jack Tidwejl; grade : I with
Mrs. Robert Boyd, grade II with
Mr. and Mrs". Robert B. Elmore,
grade UI with Mrs. J.W.D. Col Collins,
lins, Collins, grade IV with jliss Eduthe
Watson,' grade V with Mrs. Mildred
Rowe, grade VI with Miss Judy
Blightif grda VII with Ens. 'arid
Mrs. Thomas M. Tatum, grade
VIII with Sp 4 E. Richard Roth Roth-mOnd,
mOnd, Roth-mOnd, grade X with Mr. and Mrs.
John Beesori and senior high with
Mrs. Virginia W. Peterson. The
Very Rev. Majnert J. Peterson will
conduct1 the Dean's Bible class for
adults. :
UNION CHURCH
Margarita i.
riov Knnrlav af h Mar
garita Union Church and Cooo So Solo
lo Solo Chapel will be -observed with a
peciai sermon entitled -anese
, Wands". ; '-
. At the Margarita servfce f the
sacra meut in fiuxy iumiiiuiuuii
will also be observed. Sunday will
mark the first day that the Rev.
Franklin will occupy the pulpit af after
ter after an. extensive vacation in the
NAY FIRES ROCKET
POINT ARGUELLO, Calif. (UPI)
' The Navy has blasted a two-stage
Nike-Asp rocket 150 miles Into
(pace during a aun flare to check
on solar explosions which cause ra
dio interference. The Navy an
nounced, today the 21-foot missile
was equipped with a transmitter
to lend information on the tun
flareback to earth.

Rrnnman. Miss Eleanor Boreis.

Miss Helen Edds, Miss Shirley
Haselden,- Mist ; -Mary Mcfcwen,
m ninria Sneara.-Miss Beatrice
Simonis, Miss Regina Thomason,
Miss Dorothy Hayward nd Wash Washington
ington Washington Williamson.
Panama Tatma$twi Club
Schedules '.'Charter trt" c
t,m p.nami Tnaot masters Club.
f which is ne wess on the Isthmus,
is planning.-its unaner. ,ruy
for Monday; at 7:30 p.m. in the
HotpIiPanama Hilton. Members
will attend with their wives.
, The- big event of the evening is
to be the presentation of the char charter
ter charter to. the Panama Toastmasters
Club by Vincent Biava, president
of the Isthmian Toastmasters
Club;, Ralph McClaih, president
of thenew club, will accept for
the Panama Toastmasters,
An. added feature will be a
debate on topic of current in interest
terest interest by Alfonso Herrera,- Arden
L. Bennett, John Pfeiffer and Del
Real. Their critics will be Isaac
Harrouche and Samuel Levy. ;
The Toastmaster of the Evening
ie nVt- M "Davis. Table tonics
will be under the guidance of
Michaels, rapcun. me geiiem
ouoiiiotnr i tn be Bert Pfeiffer.
Toastmasters from other clubs
are1 invited and urged to attend
with, their wives or friends.
states. Accompanied, by his family
the Rev. Franklin visited New
England where he formally held a
pastorate. ,The major portion of
his Stateside trip was spent in his
native, state, Minnesota.
During his absence Prof. Henry
A. Gustafson at North Park Theo Theological
logical Theological Seminary, Chicago, served
as interim pastor.
Assisting the Rev. Franklin in
the Ministry of Hospitality will be
Mrs. C.S. Harrold at the 9:15 Co Coco
co Coco Solo service and Capt. and
Mrs. Norman Hutchings at the
Margarita Union Churcn.
The calendar of activities include
for next week a meeting of the
Sunday School staff at 7:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, and a meeting of the
Board of Elders Wednesday night
at 7 p.m.
CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE
Man's God-given dominion over
disease and enslavement will be
stressed at Christian Science serv
ices this Sunday
nttuuina ui auuiLuai uuiiuumu
L-nnsi jesus neanng ot tne Vwo-
man having an issue of blood
twelve years" (Luke 8) and, Paul's
healing of Eutychus who "fell
down from the third loft, and was
taxen up dead" (Acts 20). The Les
son-Semen is entitled' Man." s
From "Science and Health with
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
.Bauer taay wilt be read this Das
sage; "The enslavement of man is
not legitimate. It will cease when
an enters into his heritage of.
treedom, his God-given dominion
over the material senses" (228:11
13).
The Golden Text is from Genes Genesis
is Genesis (1:26): "God said, Let us make
man in our image, after our like likeness:
ness: likeness: and let them have domin dominion
ion dominion over the fish of the sea, and
over the fowl of the air, and over
the cattle, and oyer all the earth,
and over every creeping thing that
creepeth upon the eartn."
TV Bill To Protect
Genuine Newscasts
Goes To President
WASHINGTON (UPIThe Senate
gave final congressional approval
today to a compromise bill
exempting "bona fide" news pro programs
grams programs from the law requiring ra radio
dio radio and TV stations to give equal
time to political candidates.
The legislation now goes tj
President Eisenhower to be
signed into law. The Senate acted
by voice vote without dissent aft after
er after a brief but sharp debate as
to whether the exemption should
apply to panel shows like "Meet
the Press," "Face the Nation"
and "College News Conference."
Sen. Clair Engle (D-Calif.) com complained
plained complained jthat newspapers had
given Democratic, political candi candi-date's
date's candi-date's poor shake. He called ra radio
dio radio and TV "the last refuge" for
Democratic campaigners and said
he did not want it destroyed.
Engle said he did not want
broadcasters and telecasters to be
free to "give us (the Democrats)
the business the way the news newspapers
papers newspapers of the nation have." Sen.
Spessard L Holland (D-Fla.) also
voiced concern on this point, say saying
ing saying a panel could ,be "loaded"
with hostile questioners.
Sen. John O, Pastore (D-R.I ),
chief spokesman' for the measure,
noted' that the legislation also ap applied
plied applied to radip-RV newscasts, news
interviews arid documentary pro programs.
grams. programs. In the latter case, the
candidate's appearance must be
incidental to the Overall show.
i Pastore also said the measure
laid down safeguards by requir.
ing that panel shows must be
regularly-scheduled to meet the
"bona fide" test -and must be
controlled by the station or net net-Work.1
Work.1 net-Work.1 ;' ".;:.. .. -v
Engle said he was not worried
about the popular network panel
programs because they were mon monitored
itored monitored -by a large national audi audience
ence audience which would be quick to re re-sent
sent re-sent bias. He said he was afraid
of the effect on local panel shows
because 'they can be rigged."
- Pastore said this would be
clearly outside th bill's Intent.

NEW YORK (UPlCThe eves

have it. in the' hew fall makeup
! Cosmetic -manufacturers saj
that the arrent will be on OU
orbsl wits the rest of the face
pale' except for a. touch' of clea:
red lipstick. None of the leading
makers is plugging any ne
"Inolt1' like the doe and Oriental
eye of recent season. Now, the:
talk in i terms ot color ana s
whole1, wardrobe of eyeshadow am
mascara. ?
"A few years ago, nothing more
than three or four c61ors was un
heard of said Rolf Warner, gen
eral manager of Lilly Dache beau
ty products. "For fall, we already
have 16 shades and will add three
or four more.
"i don't know why women all
nf a sudden are takine to color, un
less it's the influence of the
French and Italian women. I
can't be all due to promotion, be
cause some manufacturers hiv.1
been promoting eye makeup for
25 years." r
Manufacturers say the predom predominant
inant predominant colors are in the blue, green
and violet range. You can get
them in pale or deep tones, de depending
pending depending on your taste. And many
of the new shadows have an ir
ridescent or pearly finish.
"The standard black and brown
mascara are dying out," said Ed
ward h. Finn, sales manager i'r
Aziza. "A year ago. we were?
cnllincr muted colors! This fall.
they're obvious. I got an order in
the other day from a store in
Matoon, 111. No black or brown.
They wanted blue greens and
green.
"A woman should plan her eye
makeup the same way she plans
her wardrobe," said Finn. "If she
has hazel eyes, for instance .and
ic uiourino s hlne dress. For dav-
time, she might select 'blue night'
(a deep Diue) snaaow. ror e 'e 'e-nin?
nin? 'e-nin? she would tin her lashes
with 'blue royal.'
"But once she nas usea coior
she won't go back to black or
brown."
In lipsticks, most manufacturers
agree that the ghostly look of
MincA white anH vprv nala 'sh.idp.s
of summer are through. T h e
bright clear reas iBKe over in
most cosmetics lines. But there is
some disagreement on how the
women shooid oo tneir eyeDrows.
"A heavy brow," decreed He Helena
lena Helena Rubinstein.
"Thin b r o w," said Elizabeth
Arden, '-'and follow the normal
DISCUSS RELEASES
WARSAW (UPI) U. S. Ambas
sador Jacob Beam and Chinese
Communist Ambassador Wang
Pingnan again have discussed the
possible release of four Americans
still beinff held in" Red Chines?
prisons,, reliable sources said today

r pi
lillillllilll v

line This latter firm is promot promot-ng
ng promot-ng the look of the Norma Shearer
era, painting the lower lip a lut
heavier than nature made it, and
he upper lip in almost a eupid't
bow.-. ' - a

William Gibson, whose first
Broadway-produced play "Two for
the Seesaw" became a long-run
smash hit,, tells of his experiences
in the fantastic world of the com commercial
mercial commercial Broadway stage in "The
Sfe'saw Log," which has just been
placed in circulation at the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Library.
As an autobiography this is a
uniquely frank human document
about what happens to a play playwright
wright playwright when the indispensable
collaborators agents, angels, pro
ducers, directors, designers, cos cos-tumers,
tumers, cos-tumers, actors, actreses and aud audiencetake
iencetake audiencetake over.
'The complete list of new books
at the Library is as follows:
NON FICTION: Principles of
Physical Science, Bonner; The
Myth of Sisyphus, Camus; Land Landmarks
marks Landmarks of Tomorrow, Drucker;
Birth and Rebirth, Eliade; The
Seesaw Log, Gibson; The- Last
Continent, Liversidge; Kitchener,
Portrait of an Imperialist. Mag Magnus;
nus; Magnus; Scientific Russian, Perry;
and The Gifted Group at Midlife,
Terman.
FICTION: Dead of Summer,
Gill; The Politician, Longstreet;
Satan and Cardinal Campbell,
Hong Kong Kill, Peters; The Voy Voyeur,
eur, Voyeur, Robbe-Grillet; and A Man to
Match the Hour, Truss.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS: Little
Bear, Minarik; Swallows and A A-mazons,
mazons, A-mazons, Ransome; Ticktock and
Jim, Robertson; And Love Rep Replied,
lied, Replied, Stolz; Because of Madelin;
The Organdy Cupcakes; These
Happy Golden Years, Wilder; The
First Book of Codes and Ciphers,
Epstein; Augustus Caesar's World,
Foster; Blueprint for Teen-Age
Living, Menninger; How to Build
a; Coin Collection, Reinfeld;. Ma
jfr McLeod Bethune, 'Sterne; and'
Pun with -Ventriloquism, Van.
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COL. S. G. SPRING, engineer, US Army Caribbean, presents a
Letter of Appreciation to Fabriciano Racero, an engineer employe
retiring titer 20 years government service. Racero, who has been
employed by the Engineer Section for 18 years, is retiring as a
laborer with the Boyd-Roosevelt Highway Maintenance, Northern
division. He lives with his wife in Colon, where he first joined the
Department of Engineers in 1939. (U.S. Army Photo)

DOROTHY CHASE'S
STUDIO OF DANCE
Reigstration open.
Now located in th Knights of Columbus Hall, Balboa.
All classes will be resumed October 1.

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TI MANAMA AMERICAN AM fNCEPKNttEXT DA TIT NUttUm
ntlOAT, SIFTOIBER 4, 1559
Hassle On Public 'Works
Legislation Continuing

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EXCHANGE EMPLOYE AWARDED Humberto Middleton, an employe of the Fort Clayton
garage, Is presented with a suggestion award by Maj. Vernon Shafer, central" exchange officer.
A beneficial Idea which he proposed improved operations at the garage and Is expected to
bring svlngs Of $1800 yearly. Middleton, a resident of 525 A Bethanla. has 12 years of service
as a mechanic and shop foreman with the Caribbean Army and Air Force Exchange Service.
His co-workert thown at the right are Clifford Ward and Rafael Carratini. (U.S. Army Photo)

Solons Vote To
On Identical
WASHINGTON (UPH Sen.
Estes "Kefauver's anti monopoly
lubeommittee voted today to put
professional football, basketball
ind hockey on a more equal le legal
gal legal footing with baseball by ex exempting
empting exempting certain of their opera operations
tions operations from anti-trust laws.
The bill now goei to the Senate
Judiciary Committee. Kefauver
voiced hope for swift committee
approval so the Senate alio can
act before adjournment, expected
iron. Tie bill then would have to
be passed by the House and
iigned by the President to become
Jaw.
The Senate aubcommittee action
fame as officials representing a
number of television stations told
the House anti-trust subcommittee
that minor league baseball was
passing from the American scene
just aa vaudeville and the Chau Chau-taqua
taqua Chau-taqua did before it.
Kefauver laid there was an
"urgent" need for his bill, es es-pscially
pscially es-pscially aa it applies to profes profes-sinnal
sinnal profes-sinnal football.
"Without It, every act of the
National Football League is sus sus-pec
pec sus-pec under our anti-trust laws."
laid Kefauver, once a football
player at the University of Tennes Tennes-ier.
ier. Tennes-ier. He said baseball was excluded
from the iiibcommittee's bi'l be because
cause because its problem difen from
those of tre other thre sporta.
The sub-committee, he said, wants
to spend mor ti-rie on baseball
to bring about "- orderly trans transition"
ition" transition" from its present near com complete
plete complete anti-trust law exemption to
a limited exemption status sim similar
ilar similar to the other three snorts,
The subcommittee's bill was a
compromise between two bil!
considered in hearings earlier
fhi year which would have dealt
vi"i all ffur anorta and their
anti-monopoly status.
The House committee witnesses
denied that telecasts of major
league games were killing minor
league ball. Thev said such things
as home air conditioning and back backyard
yard backyard cnokouta pirn the quality of
lome minor league teams had
hurt the minors' attendance more
than TV.
For professional football, basket basketball
ball basketball and hock?y clubs the new
Senate bil' would legalize:
'Equalization of competitive
playing strengths presum presumably
ably presumably through the use of college
or amateur 'drafts" like those
now in u.
"Reservation, selection or as assignment
signment assignment of player contracts"
apparently Including contracts
with tie a player to the team
which originally slgna him.

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Put Pro Games
Legal Footing

Exclusive franchise rights
within a five-mile radius of the
field, court or rink, except in
cities of 2,000,000 or more popu population.
lation. population. Similar agreements which
would permit the sharing of rev revenues
enues revenues from telecasts of on eteam
in the viewing areB of another.
PROTECTIVE POSE
PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (UPD (UPD-Police
Police (UPD-Police were called out yesterdav
after a posse of teen-agers armed
with rifles took off after a moun mountain
tain mountain lion reported loose in the
area. The police sain thev didn t
care about the lion but were
going along to see that the teen teenagers
agers teenagers didn't harm each other
with their guns.

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GETTING PINNED The Navy's newest warrant officer in the
Canal Zone, WOl Lloyd C. Davis (center) of Rodman Naval Sta Station,
tion, Station, has his shoulder boards pinned on by his wife Bettye and
his commanding officer, Capt. Kenneth W. Hines. The former
chief gunner's mate was appointed i surface ordmince techni technician
cian technician with rank to date from qne J. He is ammunition officer
at Rodman.

matter of

FACT
Tho l: ihire is found in a
wide variety of coWi from all
shades of blue to colorless,
pink, yellow, green, orange orange-brown
brown orange-brown and purple. It is a mem member
ber member of the corundum family,
which also includes the ruby.
The chief difference between
the sapphire and the ruby is in
color. The red variety is the
ruby; all other shades are sap sapphires.
phires. sapphires. The sapphire was
known to early civilisation.

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THE BALLET OF 1959
'DES ETOILES DE PARIS"
Coming To ff
SEPTEMBER 10 11 12 and 13
Different Performance Each Night
Presented By
Panama' Ministry of Education Department of Fine Arti
and Espectaculoi Lugara and Company
The Ballet of 1959 hag received ttanding ovationt throughout Iti tour$
of Europe and the Americat.
Tickets on Sale at Fine Arts Department and Espectaculoi Lugara
For Information and reservations call Ths Dpt. of Fins Arts, Tal. 2.0258 (until 1i30 p.m.) or
Espectaculos Lujara & Co., 8.36 Central Ave., Tel. 2-0076 (2 to 6 p.m.)

WASHINGTON (UP!) A re rebellious
bellious rebellious House Appropriations
Commlttea refused yesterday to
accept an aconomy version Oi the
vatoed public works mojwy ill
only to hive the messur dumps dumps-back
back dumps-back in Us lap a few hours
later,
The committee, angarad by
President Elsenhower's rejection
of Hi original S1,2O6,74,S40 meas measure,
ure, measure, refused by a 19 19 tie vote
to send to the House floor a second-round
bill tailored to meet Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's economy demands.
Instead, it voted 23-19 to have
a special subsommtttee hammer
out a new version which either
would include some of the pro projects
jects projects opposed by the President or
eliminate certain projects in GOP
congressional districts.
A few hours later, however,
the subcommittee approved the
same 11,185,237,946 measure re rejected
jected rejected by the eommitlee earlier.
This means the full so-member
group must tackle the issue again
today.
Before approving the second second-round
round second-round bill, the subcommittee voted
7-5 to reject a proposal by Rep Rep-Michael
Michael Rep-Michael J. Kirwan (D-Ohio) to
cut the measure's total funds by
2Mj per cent and retain all of 67
projects opposed by the President.
Committee members said the
group's action in approving the
previously rejected economy bill
undpubtedly would lead to a drag drag-out
out drag-out fight. Even if the full com committee
mittee committee reverses itself and accepts
the new bill, they said, the fight
will spill over on the House
floor.
The full committee Is made up
of 30 Democrats and 20 Repub Republicans
licans Republicans but not all members voted
yesterday.
The subcommittee was headed
by Rep. Clarence Cannon (D-Mo.)
who also heads the full committee,
He placed the second-round bill
before the group after the House
Wednesday sustained Eisenhower's
veto by one vote in a hairbreath
finish.
Some Democratic committee
members insisted the second second-round
round second-round bill should include some of

Monitors Pressure Hoffa
To Oust Union Officials

MONITORS PRESSURE INSID
WASHINGTON (UPI) Team Teamster
ster Teamster President James R. Hoffa
came under new pressure today
from his union's court appointed
monitors to purgejjfree union
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Banker Who Broke
Calskiil Community
Returns From Prison
EI.LENVILLE, N.Y. Sep, 3
(UPI) Former banker William
(Uncle Bill) Rose, whose "Robin
Hood" tending policies once
plunged this Catikill Mountain
community into a financial crisis,
returned home from prison yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The only person waiting to wel welcome
come welcome him was hit 86-year-old mo mother.
ther. mother. She had been litting patien'. patien'.-ly
ly patien'.-ly in a rocker on the porch of the
big white house atop a knoll.
The portly Rose, S3, had been at
the forefront In civic affairs in this
village of 4,500. He had made a a-bout
bout a-bout $30,000 a year as president
of the Home National Bank which
his grandfather founded, Then he
was charged with misapplying $1 $1-195,000
195,000 $1-195,000 in fundi and the bank col collapsed.
lapsed. collapsed. Rose came home to take a job
is a salesman in the Rose and
Douglas Hardware Store, which
adjoins the bank.
Rose's bank once did 70 per cent
of the area's commercial business,
The bank collapsed and closed
shortly before Christmas in 1956.
bringing holiday buying to nearly
a standstill. The village had sup supported
ported supported him at first with mass
meetings, but the initial fervor
faded when the full extent of the
loss became apparent. The bank
was reorganized and opened four
days before Christmas.

the projects opposed by the Pres.

mem. umeri waniea to nil dick
at Eisenhower- by eliminating
some of the projects sou;ni by
the White House.
The voting' in the committee
was predominantly along par.y
lines although there apparently
were some twitches. Cannon, for
example, presumably voted for
hit own motion to lend the bill
to the floor.
Committee Democrat! were an angered
gered angered by the nearly tolid-Repub-Jean
vote which enabled the
President to keep unblemished his
record of never having a veto
overridden during 6Vfc years In of office
fice office Underscoring the Democratic
thirst for reprisal, one member
said privately that "if these Re Republicans
publicans Republicans want economy, we
should let them have it" by elim eliminating
inating eliminating projects in GOP congres
sional districts.
This was a reference to the fact
that the vetoed measure, tome
times known as a "pork barrel"
bill, contained funds for damt,
harbort, flood contro! end recla reclamation
mation reclamation projects which provide jobs
for constituent! back home.
Republicans credited nBrty loy loyalty
alty loyalty for the extraordinary disci discipline
pline discipline which enabled them to sus sustain
tain sustain the President's veto when all
advance signs pointed to an El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower setback. Only 11 Repub Republicans
licans Republicans sided with the Democrat!
in voting to override,

Seattle Widow Is Blown
To Bits By Crude Bomb

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SEATTLE (UPI)-"Pearl. don t
touch it! Don't! It might be a
bomb!"
That warning cry came an in instant
stant instant before Mrs. Pearl Kongsle,
a 62-year-old Seattle widow, was
blown to bits by a home-made
bomb on the front porch of her
home last night.
flcials on grounds they are cor corrupt.
rupt. corrupt. Formal recommendations by the
monitors called on Hoffa to sus-
petd the presidents of three
locals, They are Joey Glimco of
Local 777, Chicago, Harold Gross
of Local 320, Miami, and Anthony
Provenzano of Local 560, Hoboken
N. J.
In addition, the monitors want
Hoffa to permit independent
audits of the books of all three
locals and to appoint a trustee to
manage the affairs of Local 777.
The recommendations, issued
last night, may lead to a
showdown between Hoifa and the
"watchdog" monitor!. The three three-man
man three-man board wis set up In January
1958 by Federal Judge F. Dick Dickinson
inson Dickinson Letts as part of a com compromise
promise compromise settlement of a suit by
13 Teamsters who challenged Hot Hot-fa's
fa's Hot-fa's election as president of the
big truckdrlvers union,
Hoffa his ignored, with ap apparent
parent apparent impunity, other momtori'
cleanup recommendationa, Thoae
issued yesterday were the first
following a July Court of Appeals
deciaion clarifying the relation relationship
ship relationship between the monitor! and
the union.
If Hoffa flouts these latest de demand!,
mand!, demand!, the monitors mi aik
Letti to order him to obey,
Glimco was alleged to have
taken kickbacks from officer! of
Local 777, to hive extored "pro
tection" payments from mni
chants in Chicago's Fulton Mar Market,
ket, Market, and to have spent union fundi
for personal travel and legal ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Gross, the monitors laid, IC-,
cepted $98,000 in salary paymentl
from Neo Gravure Printing Co,t
of Weehawken, N. j. in exchange

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ARMY PROMOTION Col. Jonrt R. wnght jr commanding officer of tne 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, pins new insignia of rank on lit. Lt. Philip A. Colclough Jr., while
Mrs. Colclough looks on. Colclough ii a forward observer with Mortar Battery of the battle
group. . (U.g. Army Photo)

The blast knocked hub caos off
a parked car, shattered wipdowi
and light fixtures in the neighbor
hood and caused about $5,000
damags to the home.
Shreds of Mrs. Korigsle's dom doming
ing doming were found 150 feet from the
H.-ne, Strips of wood were ripped
from the home and its steps
cr"iblec.
"The whole thing exploded right
in her face,1' said Mn, AlbeKa
Ltowman, neighborhood friend
who stopoed in to pay a visit.
Mrs. Bowman and Mrs, Edith
Friedman were visiMne anot'er
'riend in the neighborhood and
decided tc stop by and say good
night lo Mrs, Kongsle.
"I not;c"d a bro'vn paner bag
on. the steis." said Mrs. Bowman,
"if was vide open. I wpo t lift
It up xnd pu' ifv h""d in I
noticed ome movement or vibra vibration,
tion, vibration, and p'so noticed a piece of
cord or string.
"I ItrocVed on the door and
Fearl answered. I asked her:
" 'Pearl, what is that sack on
the p.'rch'' There's a noise in it
and something going on in there.
It's awfully heavy, You better go
out and see what it la,'
As Mrs. Kongsle picked up the
bng, Mrs, Friedman shouted her
warnirg.
"When she picked it tin. it went
off in her faee" said Mrs. Bow
man. "Mrs. Fredman sartpd
screaming 'Pearl'i dead. Pearl's
dfd.'"
The fltine touchsdoff one of
the mos' Intensive police efforts
here in yean.
"We'v got loti of work to do,"
said a police spokesman. 'Thit
whole area out there will have to
b seirched and examined thor thoroughly."
oughly." thoroughly." Police could offer no motive for
the murder and said there were
no suspects.
"We don't even know what was
In the big," said the spokesman,
"but whatever it was, it was
potent."
for guarantees of no labor trou trouble
ble trouble pr harassment,
Provenrsno. the monitors said,
"demanded the payment of mon moneys
eys moneys from employeri who had con
tract! with the teamsters union
for a guarantee of labor peace."

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Panalgia Lino Sanfngo

Philip L. 8teers, Jr., Comp Comp-trouer
trouer Comp-trouer ot the Manama Canal
Company, and his wife and
three children are among the
v&ssengers on boaro the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Line'a Ciiatobal,
which 8CJted 8cpt, 1 Imvi Ne
York tor C'nstoooi, Man Canal:
iutie families returning from
vacaiton3 :n the- Unltei States
are included in tne near-capacity
total of 214 passengers.
The complete paenger list
ii as fi Hows;
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Ammi Ammi-rau
rau Ammi-rau and two children: Kenneth
L. Bailey; Mr. and Mrs. Cnaries
b. Belcen and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon. N. Bircher and
three children: Mr. and Mrs.
Howard W. Blaney; Mr. and
Mrs. wiumrn t. Bteamey ana
lwo children; Mr. and Mm.'. Paul
N. Eiannlett and daughter;
aw. and mm., James a. Brinman
and two chnoreiv. Mr. arid m
Clarence H. Brpwne and three
children; Mr, and Mrs. Henry
J. Clancy and two children ;
Miss Mary E, Coppenhaver;
James H, Coopenhavijr and Mr.
and Mrs. William T. Craig and
two children,
Mr. and Mra. Charles
Dougiat and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen A. treyer and two
cnildren; Mr. and Mrs. Evan u.
Evans. Jr.. and two children;
Air. and Mrs. Webster O. Farrell
and three children; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward P. Fllo and three
children; Edward J. Friedrich;
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Oram-
lich, Jr. and two children and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Greene
and three children.
Mr. and Mra. Elmer J. Hack
and daughter; Mra. Norma &
Hamilton and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert K. Hanna and roue chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Ruwiel Hell Hell-mund
mund Hell-mund and four hlioreu; jowph
HKKey -and two emmren- Mr
and Mrs. Roger M, How. '.and
daughter; Mr. and Mra. Arnold
8. Hudglns and son: Hilton F.
Hughes and two children: -Mr,
and Mrs. Ivan L. Jeuklnt and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Henry K.
Johnstone and two children
Mr. and Mrs C, W. Kllbey and
daughter; Mr, and Mrs. William
E. Kirkland and two children
and Mr. and Mrs, Thomas w
McGraw and son

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Mrs, Mary Ann Mack and
three cniiaren; Kennewi W.
MacKenzle; Mr. and Mrs.' Da vet
J. Madison and son; Mr, and
Mrs. William B. Mallory, and
uaugnier; mjsj uorneua Maim Maim-berg;
berg; Maim-berg; Mr. and Mra. Allen k.
Miher and daugnter; Mr. and
Airs, uonaia g. Miller and two
children; Mr. and Mrs, jonn T.
Petersen, and two children and
Mrs. Unne M. Pray.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Rath Rath-geber
geber Rath-geber and three children; Miss
Ann Janet Read; Mr. and Mrs.
Randall P. Redman and tiirea
children; Miss Barbara J. Rodt Rodt-baugh;
baugh; Rodt-baugh; Miss Carol A. Rodl.
baugh: Mr. and Mrs. Philln j.
Rogers and, five children; Mr.
ana Airs. Kenneth s. Roscoe and
four children; Mr. and Mrs.
George G. Scheibe and thre
chllaren; Mr. and Mrs. Max M.
fichoch and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Louis L, Beiden and two
children; Mr. and Mrt. James
O. Slice and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Snyder and
three children and Mr. and Mrs.
Philip L. Steers, Jr. ani threo
children.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Whit
ney and three children; Mr. and
Mrs, Ewald-A. Wiberg and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
T. Wilder and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles D. Wood and
two children; and Mrs Ruthel Ruthel-ma
ma Ruthel-ma T. Zemer and two children.
FLOODS KILL, 17
SEOUL (UPI) -Flood caused by
typhoon Joan killed 17 pertoni, in injured
jured injured Zl and left 7,000 homeless
in central Korea, official reporti
aid today,
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of his smort wisecrocki too lote
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. TEI PANAMA AMERICAN AH WBCTEfDDfT DAILY XVNtTM
PAtf IYVKM
Pittsburgh f ife $2 Million
Windfall Was Just Hoax Dream
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Planned By Army Units All Next Week

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JAMES H. SYER3, stock foreman of the Storage Branch. Signal
e upply Maintenance Division, Madden Wye, la presented a gift
by Myrtle Thompson, representing other fellow employes of the
division, Syers, who started with the government In 1639, re re-aides
aides re-aides at Chllibre, with his wife and three children. He has been
with the Supply Division since 1945. (UJS. Army Photo)

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On Broadway, Do Three For Movies

"It Is hlfihly unlikely that there

ll a director in town with a heavier

irh priii' than Jose Oiuntero s,c

(Cording to an article written "by
Arthur Gelb which appeared on the
front page of the August 30 edition

ef The New York Times.

"Mr." Quintero who is only 34

years olo, is set to stage no iewer
than six Jltys on Broadway this
season. They are (not necesiarily

In the order of their projected ap

peerarice): 'Laurette', the Stanley

Young adaptation of Marguerite

Courtney's book, to star June Hoi

liday; 'Motel', Thomas W. PMpps'
play, to star Slobhen McKenoa;
'Duel of Angels', the Christopher

Fry adaptation of the Jean Gr Gr-audoux
audoux Gr-audoux nlav. to star Vivien Leieht:

'Hughie', ihe recently publisned

one-act may by Eugene 0 New,

whie i will be done together with

another short O'Nell Play, pes

1 sibfy-'The Emperor tones'' 'The

Blue Coast', an adaptation by
Jerome Chodorov of the Pamela

Frankau novel 'A Wreath for the

Enemy'; and 'The House by the

Lake', an English mystery melo

drama by Hugh Mills.

"As if this were not enough,
Qui tro will stage when and
oi moving his auocessful revival
of 'Oar Town' from the Circle in

tiie Square to the Amato Theatre,
five blocki away, whhh is to be

the row home, come late October,

for lug off-Broadway productions.

Wl flt is more, he hat just signed

a contract with Twentietn-uentury

Fo:: tBt commits him to direct

thive movies during the next se

ven yc4rs, of whicn the first will
be a ra-make, next summer, of

'St-Je Door'.
"Mr. QuinUro has some -etty

NEWS

i-'awcett Honored
HT Get-Tojether
Kllis L. Fawcett, president of
'the Local Council, Vi.ernatlonal
Boy scouts of the Canai Zone, who
is slated to leave the Isthmus
shortly for the United States to
pursue advanced studies, wag hon honored
ored honored at a scoutert get-together
party held at the Rainbow City
scout shack on Saturday evening.
The party was given by officers
ami members of the local council
unucr the sponsorship of a com com-mUtee
mUtee com-mUtee comprising William Jump,
Raymond George, James A, Has Hassocks
socks Hassocks and Daniel T. Foster, coun council
cil council coordinator, scout executive,
scout commissioner and cub com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, respectively.
Presided by Jump, councilmen
present took turns In paying tri tribute
bute tribute to the honorce for his leader leadership
ship leadership of the organization In Its
progressive march over the years
followed by ihe presentation of a
''memento" by chairman Jump at
a token of appreciation from the
group, v -.. .,
In reply, the usually eloquent
Fawcett was so overcome by emo emotion,
tion, emotion, that he could hardly express
himself. He thanked his colleagues
iQi- tneir expressions of loyalty and
and goodwill. Hit final words were:
"It wit a real, pleasure to have
worked with you fellowi; 1 thai!
miss 'you very much".
The party concluded with all
' present forming a "human link"
(a Scout symbol of united friend friendship)
ship) friendship) and tang "Auld Lang Syne."
Special fuett at the party was
Mario A. Riot, G. provltiocial com commissioner
missioner commissioner of the Panama Scout As Association,
sociation, Association, for the Province' of Co Colon.
lon. Colon. s "'
A special meeting of the local
council will be held at the Parai
so Higrn School on Sunday at 1:30
p.m. At) this meeting councilmcr
will have the opportunity to bid r
voyage to Fawcett before he leavet
for the United States. A full at attendance
tendance attendance la anticipated,

specific plans for the 1960 61 ses session,
sion, session, too: a revival of O'Neill's
'Mourning Becomes Eiectra', an
adaptation by Marc Blitzstein of
Bertolt Brecht's 'Mother Cour-

au ana a new musical based on

toe fife of Bessie Smith, the cele-

or a iea wues singer.

"And, oh yes. a fellow named

Thornton Wilder has just complet

ed a group of seven one-act pisyt
ceiled 'The Seven Deadly sips',
which he wrote expressly for the
Circle in the Square, and which
Mr. Quintero will sir when ana
if 'Our Town' (by a fellow named
Thornton Wilder) shows signs of

wearing out its welcome.

"Paradoxically, Quintero is

doing nothing at the moment

UXMJ signjg contractors). For
one reason or another, none of bis
projects for this season s likely

to get under way much before Jan January.
uary. January. 'I am at liberty right now',
said Quintero the other day,
with a somewhat oemused lajiu.
Asked wiiy the bothers to I .. oh
to his oii-Broadwav tlicatro vien

he is in, tuch demand uptown,

umiero answered :
'-'Why doet a man hold on to
his family? I'd be lost witnout it.
After I staged 'Portrait of a La Lady'
dy' Lady' on Broadway in 1954 (a spect spectacular
acular spectacular floph I didn't have an of offer
fer offer to do anything else for a year.
Downtown. I know I always have
a place where I can work' ",
Hulk Of Bradley
In Lake Michigan
Won't Be Salvaged
CHARLEVOIX, Mich. Sept. 4 -(UPD
Owners of the freighter
Carl D. Bradlev. which sank in

violent storm Nov. 13 with a loss

of 33 lives, said today to attempt
will be made to salvage the ship.
An underwater television cam

era confirmed yesterday that o

sunken shin located off Gull Is

land in Lake Michigan Is the ill ill-fated
fated ill-fated Bradley.-

There was no trace of the b(rt b(rt-pi
pi b(rt-pi of IS men itill mUiinff in th

disaster, officials said.

L. r. Beiikema, president of the
Michigan Limestone Co., a sub sub-(iriiarv
(iriiarv sub-(iriiarv of IIS. Stool and nurnor

of the Bradley Company, said the

unaerwater television survey con confirmed
firmed confirmed earlier sonar find'hgs that
hte hull was in one plec.

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nie reportea two mmion oonsr

inhentsnce of a f.ttiourgn wo
man. who lays the will die of can

cer within a year, has turned out
to be a ho, who did it. wt not

cietr today. .4'--

Mrt, Jsso NiccireHl, 48, of the

cityi Mt, waiiungton district,
said her "Uncle John" Lennon had

died in Aberdeen, Scotland, list

week willing ner mi estate. Two

aunts, sisters of Mrs. Naccarel Naccarel-U't
U't Naccarel-U't mother, allegedly sent cabn cabn-gramt
gramt cabn-gramt from Aberdeen .informing
we "herireit'4 of her new-found
wealth.

But a check in Aberdeen nts

turned up only one person named
Lennon, a widow whose husband
died several veers ago. No deaths
were reported there recently
where the estates bad been be

queathed, to an American,

A -medical source, meanwhile.

Indicates that Mrt. Nsccarelll is
not 111 with cancer, but the source
would not elaborate,

Mrs. Nsccarelll. who claimed

the was Miss Pittsburgh In a 1932
beauty contest, also told newsmen
that John Lennon was a ship de de-tglner
tglner de-tglner and bad helped design the
Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth,

nut toe firm wnicb built the shioi.

John Brown, Ltd., taid no one
named Lennon ever was in itt em employ.

Discrepancies began creeping in

to Mrt, Naccarelll's story almost

U5AF Band, La Boca

Alumni Chorus Set
or Second Concert

After a smashing success on the

Atlantic side last Sunday despite

wei weamer, tne 776tn Air Force
Band and La Boca Alumni Chorus
will present a repeat concert at
the Paraiso gymnasium Sunday

afternoon, at 4 o clock.
Those persons attending this
concert are not only assured an
afternoon of enjoyment listening
to this classic program, but will
also be contributing towards the
offering of scholarships to deserv deserving
ing deserving boys and girls.
the concert it jointly sponsoi sponsoi-ed
ed sponsoi-ed by the Latin American Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship Committee and the Pat Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Garden Club, and proceeds
are destined for b e 1 p i n g the
scholarship fund.
The Pat Morgan Club wat or organized
ganized organized in 1952, and in addition to
its usual program of encouraging
and promoting flower culture,
gardening, and flower decoration,
the Club It known for itt keen in
terett in charitable and cultural
work in the community.
Miss Violet Witter Is now serv serving
ing serving as president. Other officers
are Mrs. Eva Fergus, vice presi president;
dent; president; Miss Inez McLean, record recording
ing recording secretary; Mrs. Inez McKen McKen-zie,
zie, McKen-zie, financial secretary; Mrs.
Evelyn Wason, treasurer; and
Mrs. Vera Noad, chaplain.
Tickets are being offered for
sale by all members of the Pat
Morgan Club, or may be obtained
from Miss Vi.olet Witter, tele telephone
phone telephone Panama 4-0851; Miss Inez
McLean, phone Panama 4-0775, or
Mrs. Doris Green of Paraiso,
phone Pedro Miguel 4-459.
Arrangements have been made
with the Canal Zone bus service
to hive, busses leave the Pacific
Clubhouse area for Paraiso every
10 minutes beginning at 2 p.m.
Sunday,

tt toon as a "tip" was telephoned.

to newt ouuu in int eiiy.
Two daughters by a previous
marriage, Noreen, 20, and Jesn,
20, ana Jean, 16, bad been report reported
ed reported to be on the stiff of Johns

Hopk.ns; Hospital in Biltlmora;
Noreen as a doctor and Jesn s

nurse. But it turned out the girli
are living in the Pittsburgh ares

with their tatnar, noy rrsncit
Neither is a doctor nor a nurse

Mrt. Nsccarelll tnd her present

husband, jeiice, t contractor, naa
planned to fly to Scotland today,
but their attorney sdvlsed them t t-gainit
gainit t-gainit the flight until he could con confer
fer confer with them. The Naccsrellls
were not available for comment.
Western Union disclosed that the
telegrams sent to Mrs. Nsccarelll
did not originate In Scotland. Al Although
though Although It was not Indicated where
Ihe point of origin was, U was be believed
lieved believed the wiret were dispatched
from Pittsburgh.

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NEW YORK, Gov, Nelson A.
Rnoknfallnr announcing that he

will call on FBI Director J. Ed Edgar
gar Edgar Hoover for help in fighting
New York City's wave of juvenile

violence:
"The recent tragic occurrence
of juvenile violence in the streets,
and the fear, anxiety and heart heartbreak
break heartbreak they have evoked are tragic
to all of us, and they call for ac-
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WASHINGTON Senate Repub

lican Trader Everett M. Dirksen

(111.) promising to go along with

an invitation for boviet rremier
Niklta S. Khrushchev to address
Congress if protocol calls for it:
"1 observe protocol, whatever it
is. I'm a conformist."

CHICAGO National Safety

Council President Howard Pyle,
giving the council's prediction of
the Labor Day week-end traffic
toll:

"On thu haili of oast exDeri-

ences and the anticipated increase

in travel this year, the com sta sta-Unties
Unties sta-Unties indicate that as many as

450 immediate traffic deaths could

occur over the Labor uay non-day."

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Negro

leader Samuel H. Moore, presi president
dent president of the Southern Negro Im Improvement
provement Improvement Assn. of Alabama, in
a telegram asking President El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower to poll' southern Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in forced integration.
"I assure you that both races In

the South are unalterably opposed

to the integration of races in pub public
lic public schools. Racial hate and radial

prejudice that was dead is now
reconstructed.

DISEASE TAKES 102 LIES
SEOUL (UPI) The govern government
ment government announced today that 102
persons have been killed by ence encephalitis
phalitis encephalitis in South Korea this sum summer.
mer. summer. A total of 412 have been
stricken by the diesease, common commonly
ly commonly known as "sleeping sickness."

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Anti-aircraft guns will be firing
rom Baitery MacKeniie over the
Caribbean bea during next week,

Headautrters of the u s, Army
Caribbean announced, High explo explosive
sive explosive shells will be utilized as Ar

my training tests conducted for

the 4tn Gun Battalion, sum Artil Artillery.
lery. Artillery. Weapons will be 'fired through throughout
out throughout the week, this Sundty Includ Included,
ed, Included, from 7 s.m, to 8 p.m. dally.
Persons likely to be Dotting or
flyina In the area are warned that
the firing will extend t maximum
horizontal range of 16.6 miles
from 860 degreet (due north) to
270 degreet (due west) from Bat
tery MacKenzle, The maximum
altitude will be 60,500 feet.
During the entire week there
will be firing on a 24-hour-a day
basis it the Rio Hato training
tret, where squad, platoon and
company training tests will be in
progress. Mortars and rifles will
be fired, with the maximum al altitude
titude altitude of 13,500 feet and a maxi maximum
mum maximum horizontal range of 8400
yards.
On the Atlantic tide, automatic
pistol, .45 caliber, firing is
sehedulitrl for th Vnrt 11 I i

small arms range on Wednesday.

nie range win do in use between
7 a.m. and 5 p,m. Maximum al altitude
titude altitude is 2000 feet and Ihe

tal range is 1650 yards.

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also is slated far uraniums arfiui.

ty Wednesday, between 7 a.m.

ana a p.m. f unction and test fir fir-inn
inn fir-inn of the 57mm and 7Smm

eoilless rifle will be carried out,

witn a maximum altitude of 500
feet and a horizontal ranaa of

6960 yards.
At the Fort Sherman Known
distance range next Thursday,
thpre will familiflriratinn fir.

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ber, Tiber, the Ganges and other foreign
waterways was poured info the
Hudson River yesterday in a' meet meeting
ing meeting of the rivers" ceremony. The
ceremony was part of New York's
celebration of the 350th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the founding of the Hudson
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titude will be 600 feet and the ho
hzonial range will be 200 yards.
On Friday, Sept. 11, the Pina
Field firing and Pina Light Artil Artillery
lery Artillery range will be used Irom 6 30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for rifle, pistol
and rocket launcher firing, Maxi Maximum
mum Maximum altitude is 12,500 feet and
the horizontal range is 3500 yards.
Additional weapons activity for
next week will include firing on a
24-bour-a-dty basis from 6 a.m.
Tuesdty through midnight Sstur Sstur-dty.
dty. Sstur-dty. Sept. 12 at the Empire known
distance range. M l rifles and
carbines will be utilized, with the
maximum altitude 1000 feet and
the horizontal range 3500 yards.

Gov, Long Resigning
In Tactical Move
Toward Hew Term

BATON, ROUGE, La. Sept. 4 -(UPD
Gov. Earl K. Long said
yesterday he will resign within two
weeks because of a threatened
move to block him from qualify qualifying
ing qualifying for reelection until he step'
down.
He also said he will have 8 can
diilate ready if the Democratic
Central Committee flatly retuses
to qualify him.
Long had promised vaguely to
resign "about Oct. 15 after my
name's on the baljot for the Dec. 5
Democratic primary."
But a member of the committee,
N. B. Carstarphen of Shreveport,
said he will introduce a resolution
at the meeting requiring Long to
resign before he may be qualified
as a candidate.
New Orleans Mr- DeLesseps
Morrison, reversing his stand, also
i-nnounced he would support Car Carstarphen,
starphen, Carstarphen, giving enough votes for
a majority,
"I think some of them members
of the committee are afraid I've
come glued to this mansion," Long
said, "I'll resign earlier if they
wont me too."
"Maybe they'll let me stay on as
a guest," he said. Lt. Gov. Lether
Frazar, who would become Lousia Lousia-ana's
ana's Lousia-ana's chief executive upon Long's
resignation, presumably would
take up reidence at the mansion.

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to Pace Frisco Win;
Cards Upset Dodgers
: By MILTON RICHMAND
i NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UPI) Those White Sox
scoots sent out to get the Vbook" on Willie McCovey
aCreyure to come back with an encyclopedia instead.

Only recently Dodger "sleuth"
A Campanis came back with a
bilging 15-page report on San
Francisco's spectacular 21-year-old
njokie, so you can imagine all the
paper work ahead for the White
5x, who expect to face McCovey
to thf. World Series.
jThav scouts assigned by the White
Sox will report back that National
Leslie pitchers tried everything
oij McCovey. Inside and tight, low
and away and even changing
speed.
Then,- In small print at the hoi
loin, there will probably be the
notation: "Nothing worked."
JThat was pretty much the story
yesterday when McCovey, hitting
lajfely in his 16th straight game
hammered his 10th homer in an
8-5 victory over the Cubs that en
abled the Giants to widen their
National League lead to 2W
ga,mes
; McCovey's homer came off
loser Dave Hillman in the fifth
Inning and It put the Giants a a-head
head a-head for good after the Cubs hrd
jumped to a 4-0 lead off starter
Johnny Antonelli.
While those White Sox' scouts
are at it, they'd better concentrate
on that other Willie too, meaning
Mays. He slammed his 25th hom homer,
er, homer, with one on in th sixth. Ed
Bressoud also homered for the Gi Giants
ants Giants as did Alvin Dark for the
Cubs.
Stu Miller took over for Anton Antonelli
elli Antonelli in the third inning and allowed
seven hits and one run the rest of
the way to gain his eighth victory
against seven defeats.
The Cardinals beat the Dodders,
5-3, in the only other N.L. gsme.
The Yankees trounced the Sena-1

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!NEW YORK ((UPD-The Ma
rines dug in an G u a d a 1 c a n a 1
waited tenseiy lor anotner auac.
They stared into the night, trying
to! bore a path of vision into the
darkness,
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Suddenly the silence was ripped
apart, not by bullets but by the
pdercing, taunting voice of the
enemy out there in front of them.
r'The hell with Babe Ruth."
3t happened. Silly? Not at all.
'It was," explained Joe Casca Casca-rella,
rella, Casca-rella, one-time pitcher for the A's
and -Red Sox and now chief fac fac-tojum
tojum fac-tojum of the Washington Interna International
tional International Race -at Laurel, "the great great-eft
eft great-eft insult they could think of
throwing at an American."
Cascarella knows what he's
talking about. Because back in
1984 he was on the major league
team which toured Japan, a club
vftAch Included such stalwarts as
L&u Gehrig, Jimmy Foxx, Char Charley
ley Charley Gehringer, Lefty Gomez and
Efiri Whitehill.
GIGANTIC RECEPTION
' But Ruth was the man they
wanted to see," Joe remembers,
"t've never seen anything like
the reception they gave him. It
a movie premiere, the Fourth
c July and a presidential cam campaign
paign campaign all rolled into one."
"fhere was, in the beginning, a
gTteat deal of bowing and scraping
to the American players general generally?
ly? generally? and to Ruth in particular.
But then came a day when the
visiting Yanks barely managed to
squeeze out a 1-0 verdict. The
Tn Pacific Cosmopolitan League
will open it's 1959 60 season
Wednesday Sept. 9 at the Diablo
Heights Bowling Center. The
League will again have a split
season schedule and for the first
time in the Leagues history total
pinfali will count for the fourth
point.
An -added incentive for the bow bowlers
lers bowlers is that Glen Lee, Manager of
Lee'a Steakbouse will give four
teak dinners away free each
night of bowling. Basis for win win-ping
ping win-ping will change each week and
tat opening night the scratch ae aeries
ries aeries will determine the winner, In
jtbs svent that a husband and wife
i high tiie same night they will
-toss coin to determine the win
ner snd the second high series
.will win two dinners.
Only two teams will have the
same lineups as last year. A. P. A.
last years Champions and Colonial-Insurance.
All other teams
hare added new members and
one team Johnson's Seahorse is
composed of howlers new to the

By

tors, 9-2, and the Orioles defeated
the Red Sox, 5-4, in the only Amer American
ican American League action.
Ken Boyer's 27th homer wit!'
two on in the third inning was the
key blow for the Cards in their
triumph over the Dodgersv It
marked the 22nd straight game
Bover has hit safely. Joe Cunning

ham homered in the first inning
and was hit by a Don Qrysdale
pitch in his next time up.
The incident almost precipitated
a fist fight between St. Louis man manager
ager manager Solly Hemus and Drysdale.
who had to be kept apart by the
umpires after players from both
teams came charging onto the
field. -:
Drysdale, who lasted onlv 1
1-3 innings, suffered his fifth
straipht loss and 11th of the sea
son. Rookie Bob Miller hurled a
seven-hitter for his third victory.
Art Ditmar of the Yankees
Ditched no-hit ball for 8 2-3 inninps
but was forced to settle for a four four-hit
hit four-hit victory over the Senators, Roy
Sievers broke up Ditmar S Ho-hi(
ter whe nhe hit his 18th homer
with two out in the seventh and
Clint Courtnev belted a piwh
homer in the eighth.
Boh Nieman clouted his 16th and
17th homers in pacing Baltimore
to victory tver-;;;Bostpi3. Skinnv
Brown was't!i'eriite. with his ninth
victory although he was knocked
out in the ninth when the Red Sox
scored two runs and had the tying
run on Dase wun two oui.
Billy Loes relieved Brown and
cot Pumpsie Green to ground out.
thereby recording his 14th "save"
of the season. Frank Baumann
was. the loser.
FRALEY
next day there was no bowing and
Ruth blew his stack.
"Listen you says." he roared
after calling a dressing room
meeting, "You've let them get the
idea that they're pretty good. So
today we're gonna cut 'em to rib ribbons."
bons." ribbons." By the third innins the Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, playing as if it wes the fi final
nal final game of the World Series, had
oiled up a 13-0 lead.
"I don't rememb?r the final
score," Cascarella grinned. "But
it was something astronomical.
And as we poured it on without
letup, each innins the Japanese
began to bow lower and lower."
RUTH IN GLORY
Ruth ate it up.
"That," he trumntfed, "is the
way they ougKa treat us."
Cascarella chuckles that he has
made a much better job out of
building the Washington Interna International
tional International into a turf classic than he
did of pitching.
Last year he set some sort of
a "first" by getting two Russian
horses flown here to race against
the best from Argentina, Vene Venezuela,
zuela, Venezuela, Ireland, Germany, Austral Australia
ia Australia and the United States.
"This year could be our best,"
says Joe of the Nov. 1 classic.
"The field will include horses
from New Zeland, Mexico, Japan,
Peru, Brazil and Germany and,
we hope, from Russia.
It ought to make the folks
stand up and cheer," Joe asserts.
"Just like the Babe did in Ja-
pan.
League. All Teams will have their
uniform shirts the first night of
bowling and all sponsors are in invited
vited invited to attend to have their pic pictures
tures pictures taken with their teams.
Rosters of the teams are as fol follows:
lows: follows: A.P.A.- Dick Soyster. Merle
Mitchussen, Frank Prusinowski,
Earl Best, Phylis Best.
Abernathy's- Bob Best, Lil Gunn,
Bill Rogers, Ted Schmidt and
Reggie Schmidt.
Tahiti- John Barbbourm Marge
Kunkel, Ed Kunkel. Thelma Cam Cam-by,
by, Cam-by, Dick Massie.
Lan Chile- George Folger, ted
Albritton, Myrt Albritton, Ray
Thompson, Marcela Thompson.
Lee s Steakhouse Ted Melanson,
N. Melanson Maol.anel, Priscilla
Lane, Bruce Ilassler.
Tasco Batteries- I'epe Dainian,
Ed Lowndc, Thelma Lownde, Ed
na Lang. Chan. Khremburg
Colonial Insurance- Bob Toland,
Betty Coleman, Jack Voss, Betty
Brown, Harry Klumpp.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based en 350 official at batt)
National League

G AB R H Pet
Aaron, Mil
Cun. St. L.
Pinson, Cin
130 530 101 190 .358
126 403 57 141 .350
133 557 114 184 .330
Robinson, Cin. 131 488
98 156 .320
Cepeda, S.F. 131 527
83 168 .319
Temple, Cin.
Boyer, St. L.
Mathews, Mil
White, St. L.
Mays, S.F.
Moon, L.A.
128 513
132 499
124 502
130 490
91 163 .318
74 158 .317
96 156 .311
72 151
130 501 104 151 .301
123 459 77 138 .301
American League
Kuenn, Dct.
Kaline, Det.
Runnels, Bos.
Woodling, Bal.
Fox, Chic.
Tuttle, K.C.
Minoso, Clev.
Power, Cleve.
118 473
115 438
128 489
122 384
134 542
119 441
128 487
127 515
101 369
127 471
86 168 .355
76 145 .331
82 156 .319
56 120 .313
75 168 .310
71 134 .304
80 146 .300
92 154 .299
Cerv, K.C.
.49 108
71 136
.293
.289
Lopez, N.Y.
Runs Batted In
National League

Banks, Cubs 124
Robinson, Reds 116
Aaron, Braves 105
Bell, Reds 101
Mathews, Braves 90

American League
Colavito, Indians
Killebrew, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers
Malzone, Red Sox
Lopez, Yankees
98
98
96
85
83
83
Home Runs
National League
Banks Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Boyer, Cards
38
37
36
33
27
American League
Colavito, Indians
Killebrew, Senators
Allison, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
Jensen, Red Sox
Held, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
39
39
29
28
26
26
26
26
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 16 or mora decicions)
National League

I W U Pet.
Face, Pirates 17 0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants 18 7 .720
Law, Pirates 15 8 .652
Newcombe, Reds 13 7 .650
Conley, Phils 12 7 .632
American League
W L Pet.
Shaw, White Sox 14 5 .737
McLish, Indians 16 7 .696
Ford, Yankees 14 7 .667
Maas, Yankees 12 6 .667
Lary, Tigers 17 9 .656
Wynn, White Sox 17 9 .654

Panamanian Trainers
Al Clinic On Best
Coaching Techniques
Panamanian physical education
professors Carlus Peter Belizaire
and Henry (Oscar) Jones are a a-mong
mong a-mong twenty-five athletic coaches
and recreational authorities from
many nations, including six La Latin
tin Latin American countries, who are
presently participating in a four four-month
month four-month clinic designed to acquainl
them with the best coaching tech techniques
niques techniques to aid them in preparing
their country's participants for
the 1960 Olympic competitions.
Sponsored jointly by the Inter International
national International Recreation Association,
the National Collegiate. Coaches
Association, the Amateur Athle Athletics
tics Athletics Union, the New York Univer University
sity University and the U.S. Department of
State Exsange Program, the
courses at the clinic include such
subjects as: training and condi
tioning, organization and adminis administration
tration administration of competitions, schedul scheduling,
ing, scheduling, nutrition, women's events, of officiating,
ficiating, officiating, selection of athletes for
particular events, treatment of in
juries, layout and design of run
ning tracks, and other sports a a-reas,
reas, a-reas, role of athletics in life, and
athletics as recreation,
Belizaire and Jones were select
ed for participation in this clinic
upon the recommendation of the
Information Service o the U.S.
Embassy in Panama.
Racetrack Tips
By CON R ADO
1-Riotoui Emily Mary
2- Loberia
3- Silver Girl
4- Rabiblanco
'5-Surumeno
6-Lait Dust..
Cordial
Soli to
Folletlte
f.
Tr.lpo
Victoria Regine
Tirasca
Nedrey
Hermelina
7-Guadalcanal
l-Plucky i
Puerto Madero
10- Plccollno
11- Hlghland Prince
Farallon
Charlclala

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308 8 i f tV. yt -9

PANAMA JUNIOR GOLFERS The junior golf champions of Panama are shown at Miaro?
during their trip to the US for the .Jaycee International Junior Golf Championships it Ports Portsmouth,
mouth, Portsmouth, Va. The local lads returned, to the Isthmus on Wednesday. Shown at the airport as
the Panamanian team arrived are (left to right) Morty Freedman, public relations director
of Panama A.rways APA); William Engelke, Jeff Kline, Robin Moriand, Leo Dehlinger and Al
Cornwell, public relations chairruaii of the Miami Jaycees. As winners of the Panama tourna tourna-ment,
ment, tourna-ment, the boys won round-trip tickets to the States awarded by APA

US Wins 20 Of 21 Swimming
Gold Medals In Big Sweep.

By ED SAINSBURY
CHICAGO, (UPI) United States
swimmers won every medal at
stake in Pan American events
yesterday to run their two day
total to 20 medals of a possible
21 against the best competition the
Western Hemisphere could offer.
Junior College
Football Schedule
Sept. 12 (Saturday) JC-AC Foot Football
ball Football Clinic Diablo 10 a.m.
Sept. 25 (Friday) Jamboree -Coco
Solo
Oct. 2 (Friday) CHS vs JC,
Balboa
Oct. 9 (Friday) JC vs BHS,
Balboa
Oct. 15 (Thursday) JC vs AC
Balboa
Oct. 23 (Fr8day) BHS vs JC
Balboa
Oct. 30 (Friday) JC vs CHS, Co
co Solo
Nov, 5 (Thursday) JC vs AC
Balboa
Nov. 13 (Friday) JC-AC Stars
vs BH-CH Stars, Coco Solo
Legend: JC Junior College;
AC Athletic Club: BHS Balboa
High; CHS Cristobal High.
Location of games last named
team is home team.
Time of games all games that
don't require trans-Isthmian trav
el uy a scnooi learn win get un underway
derway underway at seventhirty. AH others
win commence at seven o'clock
Jets Approaching
IL Playoffs Under
Full Head Of Steam
NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UPI)
The Columbus Jets, disappointed
over blowing the International
League pennant, are approaching
the playoffs under a full head of
steam.
The Jets remained two games
ahead of Havana in their battle
for second place by blanking the
Miami Marlins, 3-0, last night be behind
hind behind southpaw Joe Gibbon, who
allowed only three hits in posting
nis loin victory oi me season.
It was the Jets' seventh straight
victory and their ninth triumph
in their last 10 games.
Ted Wieand pitched Havana to
a 4-1 win over Richmond, miss missing
ing missing a shutout when he gave up a
home run to Frank Leja in the
eighth inning.
The Toronto Maple Leafs vir vir-tully
tully vir-tully ruined Rochester's bid for
a playoff berth by outlasting the
Red Wings, 6-5, in 15 innings
while the Montreal Royals col collected
lected collected 16 hits in trampling pennant-winning
Buffalo, 10-7.
THE
AND A
ALMOST

U. S. stars, in addition, set rec records
ords records in all but one of tiie five
swimming events so far. and their

sweep of four events gave the
U. S. eight out of 10 awarded sn
far Thursday and 54 out of 66
during the Pan American games.
One two three sweeps came
Thursday in the women's 200
Dick Tiger Mauls
Previously Unbeaten
Gene Armstrong
CAMDEN, N.J. (UPI) Dick
Tiger, a stolid strongboy who
holds the British Empire middle middleweight
weight middleweight title, set his sights on a
bout with Joey Giardello today
after shattering previously un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Gene (Ace) Armstrong's
17-bout winning streak in a stun stunning
ning stunning upset.
Jersey Jones, American repre representative
sentative representative of tie invader from
Amaigbo, Nigeria, said no sooner
was the fight over Wednesday
night when Ben Bentley, National
Boxing Enterprises matchmaker,
telephoned him: "Do nothing un until
til until you hear from me."
Jones said Bentley did not
name any snecific opponent for
the 30-year-old Tieer. who floored
the fifth-ranked (NBA) Armstrong
of Elizabeth. N.J., in the tlird
rouna ana went on to gain an
easy decision in the nationally nationally-televised
televised nationally-televised 10-rounder.
Jones added he would like his
battler to take on Giardello in
Chicago, probably around World
Series time, especially if the
White Sox win the pennant.
Tiger gained his first triumph
in three tries since invading
American rings on the card of
Referee Joey Harrison, sole offi official
cial official under New Jersey boxing
rules. Harrison saw it 6-4 in favor
of Tiger. United Press Interna International
tional International scored it 6-2-2 for the Ti Tiger.
ger. Tiger. Armstrong blamed ring rusti rusti-ness
ness rusti-ness and Tiger's five-pound edge
(162-157) for his defeat.
TO HELP STARS
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
(UPI) Ben Martin, who
coached the Air Force Academy
football team to an unbeaten sea season
son season in 1958, has agreed to he'p
direct the Southwest All-Stars in
the Dec. 26 Copper Bowl game at
;mpe, Ariz. Frank Rush of
Arizona Stale will share coaching
duties with Martin against the
National All-Stars.

WORLD IN THE NEWS

IT COSTS NOTHING

NOTHING TO
12:30 p.m.

meter freestyle, the women's
three meter springboard diving,
the men's 100 me er backstroke

and the
men's 400 meter free
style.
Crns Von Saltza, a 15-year-old
from Saratoga, Caiif., who has
a chance at five gold medals in
this meet, set the pace for the
day with 2:18.5, a Pan American
record, in the women's 200 meter
freestyle.
Other Gold Medals won by the
U. S. in afternoon events were by
Althea Gibson, New York, in
women's tennis single, by Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Puckel, Fort Benning, Ga., in
small bore rifle shooting, and by
the modern pentathlon and "small
bore rifle shooting teams.
The three seized by other na nations
tions nations went to Chile on Luis Aya Aya-la's
la's Aya-la's victory in men's tennis sin singles;
gles; singles; to Wenceslau Malta, a Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian army paratrooper in the
individual pentathlon, and to Mex Mexico's
ico's Mexico's cousin tejim of, "Gustavo and
Antonio Palafox with a 3-6, 9-7,
6-3, 6-2 victory over countrymen
Mario Llamas and Francisco Con Con-treras
treras Con-treras in the men's doubles tennis
championship.
In team sports, the U. S. was
beaten -by Costa Rica in soccer,
4 3.
Track-and field competition end
ed with U.S. athletes grabbing
live 7. the seven Gold Medals at
slake on the final day. And the
swimmers took all three cham
pionship at stake. Nancy Ramey,
Seattle, Wash., flashed to a world
record in the 100 meter women's
butterfly trial heats.
Trish Galvin, a petite brunette
from Santa Barbara, Calif, won
the indiv!ual dressage medal in in-equestrian
equestrian in-equestrian sports; two medal
came in shooting Aubrey E.
Smith, Columbus, Ga., winning the
individual center fire pistol title
with 569 points and leading the U.S.
to another victory in the team
event with 2,226 points; and two
U.S. yachtsmen were so far ahead
they have clinched Gold Medals
for the future.
BOXERS CHALLENGING
U.S. boxers also were challeng challenging
ing challenging for championshios, with
featherweight Charlie Brown, Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, light welterweight incent
Shomo, New York, light middle middleweight
weight middleweight Wilbert McClure, Toledo,
Ohio, and light heavyweight Amos
Johnson, Stockton, Cali.., advanc advancing
ing advancing to the finals.
U.S. Swimmers set records In
two of the three events decided
Wednesday t6 follow the pattern
of the track and field men and
women, who Won 26 of 32 gold
medals in the meet, set 22 rec records,
ords, records, and swept to 1-2-3 triumphs
for all the medals in 10 events.
The swimmers swept the three
meter springboard diving with Ga Gary
ry Gary Tobian, Glendale, Calif., Sam
Hall, Kettering, Ohio, and Bob
Webster, Santa Ana, Calif., finish finishing
ing finishing in order.

TO" DREAM, jtlH j& i

830 Kc.
1090 Kc.'
Panama'
Colon

National league

TEAMS'
San Francisco
Los Angeles
W
7S
73
70
70
5
2.
63
56
L
58
el
62
64
68
69
73
79
Pet. GB
.564 -.545
JVi
530 4Vi
.522 SVt
.489 10
.473 12
.463 13'j
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
Philadelphia
.417 20
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at -Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at San Francisco (N)
Only games, scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 013 000 0105 12 0
San Francisco 002 222 OOx 8 14 0
Anderson. Hillman rn.in n,.
ton, Henry, Buzhardt and Nee Nee-man,
man, Nee-man, S. Taylor.
Antonelli. Miller rs.71 aH 1 o,i
rith, Heean.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 5
Los Angeles

by
JOE WILLIAMS

GRAPEVINE SPECIAL: Little
Fred Haney has definitely had it
manager or the Milwaukee
Braves, msey Stengel on the
Third League: "It ought to make
iods lor old players, old man
agers, old umpires, even old gen general
eral general managers. "...Such as Branch
Rickey, 77, the president,, who
had run out of gas (how's that
again?") as the Pirates' GM?
Rice vs. LSU knock heads in tt-je
season s first nationally televis
ed college game. SeDt. 19. Satchel
Paige is scornful of Arcnu: Moore s
antiquity: "Compared to me, he's
still young enough to be fight
ing in the Golden Gloves." As a
political force it still remains to
be seen how much strength a
Norwegian cupid can swing in a
smoke-lilled U. S. room.
BEER BERRA AND The base
Dan appeasement charade was
not the only activity that engag
ed Louis Perini's time here last
week: The Braves owner stayed
over two days working on plans
for a new hockey league. The
brewing people who own the
Cards have expanding interests in
this area and Stan Musial as a
Yankee would make a Domilar
gooa win ambassador. Further,
Musiars deal with the sudsy ty
coons cans lor continued employ
ment after his playing days. Thus
tne circumstances lend plausi
bility, However tenuous, to the
rumored exchange for Yogi
isarra, a St. Louis home grown. If
Mengel should call it quits,
would Joe Gordon be far away?
The old second sacker is
lacking managerial esteem
high Yankee circles.
not
in
CAPITALISTIC BUMS: The
Reds have performed so poorly
in the NL race this season even
Khrushchev indicates no desire
to see them. Gene Hibbs, All-America
end in the 20's, is now
one of Hollywood's highest pric priced
ed priced make up men, with clients
such as Greer Garson, Virginia
Mayo, Ann Sothern. Roz
and Janet Gaynor. Nothing like
football for vigorous character
building, we always say. Reader
G. H. recalls when the Newark
Feds in the days of an earlier
third league chareed onlv m ni
for a bleacher eat, and adds cryp cryptically
tically cryptically "the games wer. umrih it
too." . While the agrarian-
minned Mr. K is about it. we
tlMoK .1 .
"c u iaiie ume out to see
wnai goes with the Yankee farms'
Ted Schroeder, pilot in World
War II, has quit pro tennis to
take on an administrative assign assign-nicn!.
nicn!. assign-nicn!. with Convsir aircrali in
San Diego . This in response
to a "whatever become of?",
MEN VS MORALE: The way
,lne bulls have. been unsPtting the
dope ... and the matadors .
this season (26 gorings to date),
you'll soon be asked to believe1
Frankie Carbo'a doing the match
making.. Paul DieUel, Scripps Scripps-Howard
Howard Scripps-Howard Coach of the Year, cre credits
dits credits Nazi Gen. Rommel with an
assist in his war book,
Rommel rated morale over ma
terialt 31. I liked the idea, gave
it a whirl and it worked out just
fine foj us at LSU last season."
... Fine as well as dandy, the Ba Bayou
you Bayou brutes won 10 'fdr a clean
sweep. By now most kidi have
lost all faith in -the enemy bomb
and are morosely resigned to the,
schpols opening next month in
ftiisual. First thing Rickey should
do is scuttle the name. rConti rConti-nental
nental rConti-nental League." Cons, the head headline
line headline writers next abridgement
could easily be Conmen. Political
pundits find it debatable whether
Ike is a different man or not
Boxing rcholars are unhampered
Dy any ucn inaicision in reap
praising tioya rattenon

American Leaie

TEAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
New York
Detroit
Baltimore
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

W,t Pet. Gr
12 50 .621
.. 76 $5- 580 5t

o7"64

504 1ST:

66 67
.496 UVk
63
62
59
53

67 485 It
72 .463 21.
71 .454 22
0 .398 29V$

Today's Games
Cleveland at Chicago Bf)'
Kansas City at Detroit
Boston at Washington fN)
Baltimore at New York (N)
Yesterday's Results
Boston 1
Batimore
Baumann'
000 101 002 4 7 1
002 000 12x 5 10 .9
(5-4), Chittum and
White.
Brown (9-7), Loes and Triandos.'
(Night Game)
Washington 000 000 1102 4 I
New York 023 000 04x-9 17 0
Kemmerer (8-15), Woodeschick,
Griggs and Naragon.
Ditmar (11-8) and Howard.
Only games scheduled.
LOSING SCORE: With eight
games still left between them, the
Indians and the White Sox can
win or lose the AL pennant on
their own, If the present ratio
(9-5) is maintained the odds would
favor Chicago. On the hopeful
side for Cleveland is down-the-stretch
help from injured' Billy
Martin, plus the' fact five of the
eight head-on games are at home.
In yiew of the Yankees' collapse,
Herb Score, anywhere near his
best, could have made it a breeze
for the Indians. His 9W 10L. 4.44
ERA is, of course a far cry fronr
that.
WHAT'S COOKING,: Don Lar Lar-sen
sen Lar-sen had got himself a bride and
Ole Case was predicting last
spring that home cooking would
make the guy a 20 game wiriner.i
Having won only six, he still,
would have to get 14 more with
the season almost gone. Unchi,
valrous question: Does the guy
need a new cook or a new arm?
Al Ciuci, long time Long Island
pro who has seen generations of
em, tabs Walter Hagen as golf's
all time best. AH right, all right,
so the first panty raid occured aU
Wisconsin. What we want to
know is which side won? Arriv.
mg m Sweden, Jack Dempsev
stated his mission there was to
"clean up boxing." We had no
idea Gene Tunnev
hard. Nothing could be more su-
peniuous as far as the Yankees
are concerned than the' weather
mnn'e a....l .. i i
o tsciauiiai fcumiun inaex rar
ing.
Sports Briefs
TO VISIT FLORIDA
FORT LAUDERDALE m. 1
(UPI) Heavyweight champion
Ingemar Johansson will flv m
Florida sometime after Sept. 15:
for a two-week visit. The Swedish
titleholder is due in California
early in October to start work, in
iiiuuuii picture. t
SIGNS, WITH WARRIORS
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -Guy
Rodgers, former Temple Univer University
sity University AU-American, has signed his
1959-60 contract with the Philadel-
phia Warriors of the National
Basketball Assn.
SHOE SCORES TRIPLE
NEW YORK (UPI) 1 Jockev
Willie Shoemaker made it seven
victories in two days when he
scored a triple at Belmont parlt
Wednesday. Shoemaker's tri.
umphs included both ends of an'
$88.70 daily double. ; :

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PA6I NINI
Jeffrey Leon Cops Annual Brazos Brook Junior Golf Tourney,

ntlDAT, 8CPTEMBEX 1151

Puerto Madero Choice To Win
Feature At Remon Racetrack

Uri. Delia Acevedo's primising
three-yer-old Argentine colt Puer
to Mlderft will so tomorrow after,
noon on odds-on mutuels favorite
to make it four consecutive vie vie-tones
tones vie-tones when he tackles a- good
field of 4th series impor-ed racers
in the $600 seven furlong main
event at the President Remon
racetrack.
Seven other fourth series tho thoroughbreds
roughbreds thoroughbreds will compete in the
sprint race. Hermelina. Nebrisca,
Ipnia's Pet, Horacio, Neeful, Lo Lo-bo
bo Lo-bo and Albigense are the hope
full.
As usual, Braulio Baeza will
have the, leg up on Puerto Made Madero.
ro. Madero. Arch-rival Heliodoro Gustines
will guide No. 1 contender Her Hermelina.
melina. Hermelina. Lobo, which will be rid ridden
den ridden by Miguel Valenzuela, and
Nebrisca (Amado Credidio) also
rate a good chance.
Horacio (Bias Aguirre), Ionia's

Pet (Juan Pablo Diaz) and Al Albigense
bigense Albigense (Daniel Madrid) will ix
tank outside
In the secondary attraction, Pic
colino should outlast Farallon in
the six furlong 1500 fifth series
sprint. Bacancito, recently an in-and-outer,
could surprise here.
Serres Road. Golazo and the Ar Artie
tie Artie Princess-Distante entry com complete
plete complete the field of seven entries.
Tarasca. Brote, Guadalcanal,
Mauricio, Melendez, Gouvernant.
Bongaros and Playboy will match
strides in another $500 six furlong
dash for fifth series imported
horses.
Eight other prospective thrillers
are included on this card which
launches a three-day holiday of
racing which will be climaxed by
with the running of the Labor
Day Handicap on Monday.

Race Track Graded Entries

P.t. Hani

Jeckiy S.

Comnat

1 Rac "Special" Imp. 5 F9. Purst $400.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Uddi
Pool Closts: 1:00

1 Riotous
2 Resolana
I Smart Catch
4 G. Rocket
Emily Mary
8 Calancha
T-Plfon
I Mar Bravo

C. Bovil 120 Returns from layoff 3 2
J. Reyes 112 Dangerous contender 5-2
R. Cruz 106 Could score here 5-2
, Alvarez 108 Improving slowly 25-1
Credidio 115 No. 1 contender 21
. Hidalgo 113 Depends on Start 4-1
. Montero 112 Rates good chance 4-1
A. Ycaza 110 Could be winner here 4-1

Len Matthews
3-1 Favorite
Over Morales

n. -i

tnd Race Wi $rii Imp. 7 Fgs. Purtt $400.00
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pael Closes 1:30

1 Loberia H. Gustines 115
I Mi Cautiva R. Vasquez 118
J Lanero R. Cruz 100
4 Miss Patience H. Mora 108
5 Cordial J. Reves nfl
8 Dona Linda M. Valenz. 112
7 La Fama C. Bovil 107

Jockey should decide
Always dangerous
Could surprise
Distance handicaps
Hard to beat here
Could make it here
Not good enough

3- 2
5-2
10-1
8-1
5-2
4- 1
4-1

3rd Rae "F" Natives 7 Fgs. Ptrsa $375.00 Pool Clows 2:00

1 Silver Girl
2 Marylin
J Don Smith
4 Chalia
Solito
8 Blanquita

H. Hidalgo 107 Form indicates 2-1
G. Vasquez 106 Improved in last 3-1
J. Reyes 112 Dangerous contender 5-2
J. P. Diaz 97x Could be upsetter 15-1
A. Alfaro 118 In tight to finish 2-1
A. Credidio 110 Serious effort here 3 1

h Rae "F" Nativts 7 Fgs. Purso $375.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closos 2:30

1 Don Manuel
2 Plchoto
i Tito Pereque
4 Folletito
$ Bugaba
8 Noticion
7 Rabiblanco
8 Silvana

A. Ycaza 112, -"-Distance to liking h
J. Waint 107 Early speed only.
J. P. Diaz 107X Quits badly in stretch
O. Miranda 113 Has strong finish
Jose Reyes 116 Better this week
A. Cred'itio 118 Could score here
B. Baeza 118 Should score easily
H. Hidalgo 113 Rates fair chance

5 1
30-1
4-1
3- 1
4- 1
5- 2
EVEN
5-1

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UPI (UPI-Len
Len (UPI-Len Matthews, Philadelphia light lightweight
weight lightweight contender, is favored at
31 to beat Roland (Chico) Mor Morales
ales Morales tonight in tleir TV
fight and snap the Cuban's win win-nine
nine win-nine string at 18 straight.

Their lfl-rounder in the ball ballroom
room ballroom of Convention Hall will be
televised and broadcast nationally
by NBC.
Matthews. ranked seventh
among contenders, is favored be-;
cause of his combined skill and j
punch. He registered 13 knockouts i
while winning 19 of his 22 fights. I

He was s'opped once, by top top-ranked
ranked top-ranked Carlos Ortiz this year.
MORALES IS OLDER
Morales, 135-pound champion of
Cuba, is only 19 just a year old older
er older than Matthews. Chico is mak making
ing making his TV debut. He is expected
to win fans with his whirlwind
style.
Morales hasn't been beaten
since May 25. 1957. when he
dropped a decision to Angel Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez in Havana. Just a fair
ouncher. he scored eight knock

outs while winning 28 of his 29

bouts. He never was stopped.
Like Matthews. Chico to?' two
of his bouts and had one draw.

This year Chicago clicked off

four straight wins, the hest of
which was over Tommy Tibbs.
MATTHEWS LESS FORTUNATE
Matthews was less fortunate.
He lost two of six starts this
vear. He dropped a decision to
Paul Armstead but came back
with a kayo over Billy LancisW.
Mvt Tonnv wn vtnnnpH bv

Ortiz. But he rallied to outpoint
Roger Harvey. Johnny Gonsales
and Candy McFarland.
Co-promolers Al Soifer of At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Citv and Herman Taylor of
i' i i

rnuaaeipnia expect a crown
about 2.500. There is no local TV

blackout.

UN

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(NEA Telephoto)
AUSTRALIANS WIN DAVIS CUP Barry McKay of the US
slips and watches Neal Fraser's deft lob fall safely for a point
In the decisive Davis Cup Finals at Forest Hills, N.Y., won by
the Australian 86, 36, 62, 64. The Fraser victory gave
the Australian team a 32 edge and the Davis Cup titlt.

sHh Rac th Strios Imp. 7 Fgs. Purso $450.00 Pool Closos 3:00

1 Chiusa
2 Traipo
S Platano
4 Kadir
5 Surumeno
8 Michaux
7 Germanio

J. P. Diaz 97x Not good enough
R. asquezll5 Will fight it out
V. Tejada 97x Could surprise
D. Madrid HOx Not with this rider
H. Gustines 108 Form indicates
M. Valenzuela 108 Depends on start
Jose Rodrig. 110 Could be upsetter

25-1
3 2
4- 1
10-1
EVEN
5- 2
5-2

fth Rr th Soriot Imp. 5 Fgt. Purso $450.00 Pool Closos 3:40
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Atlantic Side
Swim Meet To
Begin At 9 am

1 ictoria R B. Baea 110
2 Empire Cross A. Credidio 110
3 Teddv F. Alvarez 110
4 Rutilante J. Waint 105x
5 Double Dee H. Gustines 112
6 Last Dust ' illo in
7 Renata R. Cruz 113
8 Julio Verne J. Baeza Jr. 110

-Jockey should help
-Nothing to indicate
-Could get up here
-Distance to liking
-Better this week
-Form indicataes
-Notorious quitter
-Rates fair chance

5 2
6-1
4- 1
10-1
2-1
V2
25-1
5- 1

Trh Rico $th Sorios Imp. 4 Fgs. Purs $500.00 Pool Closos 4:05
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Guadalcanal B. Baeza 118 Will fight it out 3-2
2 Rrot" R. Cruz 113 Distance to liking 4-1
3 Mauricio H. Hidalgo 100 Usually disappoints 10-1
4 Tarasca H. Gustines 108 Always close up 5-2
Splayboy R. Vasauez 118 Distance handicaps 5-1
8 Bongaros H. Mora 116 Danger card 3-1
7Melende7. A. Crerlidio 115 Good recent races 3-1
8 Gouvernant G. Vasquez. 104 Early speed only 3-1

Ith Raco oth Sorlts Imp. 7 Fqs. Purso $450.00
QUINIELA

Pool Closos 4:40

1 Le Matelo!
2 Brown Betty
3 Nedrey
4 Recife
5 Plucky
8 Elko

H. Mora 103 Usually close up 3-1
J. Waint 112x Brief early sneed 50-1
A. Alfaro 105 Better this week 5-2
V. Tejada 97x Longshot sDecialist 5-1
B. Baeza 1L5 Long overdue 3-5
G. Montero 112 Early speed only 25-1

Because of the change in the
Panama Railroad passenger train
schedule, the second annual At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side invitational Swimming
Meet, scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.
Monday will start instead at 10
a.m. at the Coco Solo swimming
pool.
Participants coming from the
Pacific side may take the 8:15
a.m. train from Balboa Heights
Station to Mount Hope where bus
service will be available to the
Coco Solo pool.
At the conclusion of the meet,
those from the Pacific side will
be transported back to the Mount
Hope Station in time for the 12:55
p.m. train to Balboa.
Lunch can be obtained at the
Coco Solo snack bar which is Iocs'-'
rn th- pool premises.
The swimming meet, which is
a annual affair will include 48
ev?nts for children ranging in age
from under seven up to and in including
cluding including 15 years of age. More
than 100 entries had already sign signed
ed signed up by Thursday.

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sot geant

I Rusty' Field
Is Runnerup;

Tom Dr'han 3rd

Jeffrey Leon won the annual
Junior Golf Tournament at the
Brazos Brook Country Club with

a record-breaking net score of 130
I over 36 holes.
After the firs; 18 holes, he and
j "Rusty" Field were tied with net
; scores of 68, but in the second 18
holes of play he accomplished the
best score of his st"ort golfing

career when, aided bv two bird birdies,
ies, birdies, he turned in a gross score of
80 which with his handicap of 18
gsve him an amazing net score
of 62.

'Rusty" Field, who is also a

catchtr in th AtlnnMc

naqt L 1 1 o u i. finished in

cond place with 147. ollowd

Tom Drehan with 147.

Jim Hov"rson. Jr. spread-

eag'ed the field in the second
flight with a n?' score of 149 over
the 36 holes which gave him a
commandin1; lead of 17 strokes
over second-place Joe Ebdon.
Lslio Lton, who woighod in
at 70 pounds mid it i qroa day
for tho. family by takina third
place with t scoro of 1(8.
Tle winners were rewarded
wi;h merchandise from the Pro
Shop and every boy who entered
the tournament received one new
o( ball, whilst six additional golf
balls were given away as consola consolation
tion consolation prizes.

Several changes havi been re registered
gistered registered for tomorrow's program
at the President Remon race
track.
Mar Bravo has been included
in tomorrow's first race. He will
be ridden by Alejandro Ycaza
and will carry 110 pounds. His
post position is No. 8.
In the second race, Guillotina,
which will carry 100 pounds, has
no rider assigned.
Traipo, whivh is entered for to
morrow's fifth race, will race
with blinkers.
Sahri, scheduled to return to
action after a layoff of several
months, is now owned by the Stud
Buena Fe and trained by Luis
Farrugia.
oOo
Koyhavon is by far tho load loading
ing loading stallion on tho Isthmus. His
15 offspring havo won a total
of 53 raeos thus for this yoar.
Tnoy havo pilot! up earningj of
$21,330.
Runnerup Bracmour'l 14 fcftns
and daughters have won 32 rabes

and earned $13,987.50. Tamesis is

in third place. His get (eight off offspring)
spring) offspring) have won 20 races while
pulling down $11,647.50 in purses.
oOo
Quidico, winner of eight of his
ten starts this year, continues to
be the local track's leading mon money
ey money winner. He has earned $28. $28.-252.50.
252.50. $28.-252.50. Siete y Medio, now in
Puerto Rrco, is the runnerup with
$14,875 gleaned from five first
places, eight seconds, two thirds
ard one fourth in 16 starts.
Bob, recently shipped to the
U.S., is third with $5,987.50 earn earned
ed earned in seven starts. Bob won six
races and wa fourth once.
Kazan tops the natives with six
wins in as many starts. He pull pulled
ed pulled down $4,312.50. Janina, now re retired
tired retired after an unbeaten campaign,
picked up $4,270 this year after
winning her seven starts.
oOo
Three consecutive days of rac racing
ing racing at the President Remon race race-trick
trick race-trick this weekend will be climax climaxed
ed climaxed with the running of the Labor
Day Handicap on Mondav.
Members of the AFL-CIO will
be the puests of the track man management.
agement. management. oOo
Young turfman Ricardo A. Lin
ce E. has decided to take another
stab at horse racing after having
bad luck in his first attempt. Lin
ce's promising racers, Best and
Cheyenne, failed to live up to ear early
ly early promise.
Best, now owned by the veter
an Henry White, is still around

but Cheyenne hat passed on to

greener pastures. Cheyenne died
several days after trailing far be behind
hind behind in the National Guard Clas Classic
sic Classic on April 12.
R)iabla roports indicate that
Linco recently bought a good
Argentina horse, Venturon, that
it a winner of five races three
of them this year.
oOo
Manuel Ycaza easily won the
jockey contest at Saratoga Springs
by finishing witn 41 winners as
compared to 29 for runnerup Ed Eddie
die Eddie Arcaro. Ycaza is looking for forward
ward forward to the Sept. 14 inauguration
of probably the most modern and
best track in the United States
the Aqueduct.
oOo
Hugo de la Penha has bought
a promising two-year-old English
bred colt which will be shipped
to Panama soon. The colt's name
is Cunning.
- m oOo
Sunsque, a speedy British mare
hobbled by leg troubles, will soon
be retired for breeding purposes
at the Haras San Jose in Chiri Chiri-qui.
qui. Chiri-qui. oOo
Another brood farm that should
help to produce more and better
native throughbreds has been es established
tablished established in Aguadulce, Code by
Dr. Rafael Estcvez.
According 1o a report, Dr. Es Es-Tevez
Tevez Es-Tevez has Ebano, Galisto and
Pappa Flynn for stud duty and
the choice-bred mares Rose of
the World, Valley Star, Panza.
retta, La Generate and others.
OOo
Mi Deseo's workout last Sunday
rrorning is the best ever register registered
ed registered for nine furlongs in a prep and
his time for tne mile was also the
best ever made in a workout loc
ally.
Ricardo A. Miro's star, an ear
ly co-favorite along with track
champion Quidico to cop the $4,
000 added one mile and one-quarter
Diolomatic Corps Classic, step stepped
ped stepped the mile and one-eighth in
the following fractional times: 12
1-5, 24 3-5, 37, 4!) 4 5, 1:02 2-5, 1:14
1-5 1:26 2-5, 1:39, 1:52.

WINS POLE POSITION
DARLINGTON. S. C. (UPI) -Defending
champion Glen (Fire (Fireball)
ball) (Fireball) Roberts set a new track rec record
ord record Wednesday while winning the
pole position for the Labor Day
Southern 500-mil" stock car race.
Roberts averaged 123.734 mi'es
per hour.

Colts To Take On
Steelers Tonight
In Orange Bowl
MIAMI, Fla. (U-PI)-Th? Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Colts, National FootbaW
teague champions, make their
firs' appearance in Florida lo lo-ni"ht
ni"ht lo-ni"ht v' en thev meet th
''iU'-'burgh Steelers in the Orange
Houl.
The Colts, bonstin" ore-season
victories over Hie College A 11 -Stars.
New York Gian's and
Washington Redskins, will try to
extend their streak against a
learn that usually gives them
trouble.
Led by Ernie Stautnr on the
lini aiul .lack RntW in the sec

ondary, the Pittsburgh defense
shackled the Ba'timore attack
two years ago and won 19-13. It
was Pittsburgh's second triumnh
in as manv meetings With the
Colts. Coach Buddv Parker's
Steelers also edged the Col's in
an exhibition last summer, 13-10.
The rS'eelers have lost to the
Chicago Cardinals and Chicago
Bars since opening their 1959
nr-season pro"ram by defeating
th" Cleveland Browns.
Friday ni"ht's Pame will mark
t' e f'rst time the Colts have
nlayed the Steelers since Rnbby
i.avp" hame quarterback of 'he
Pii'sbnrgh rluh. However, t h e
Co'ts ran into 'ho talntp'' Texan
njpv time when h? diree'ed
the Lion attack.
fnarh Weeh Ewhank of the

! Co'ts olans to ge Rav Rro'n

and Andv N"lsen. two of his n" n"-enHve
enHve n"-enHve halfback stars, anther
stiff worko"' at quarterback be behind
hind behind John Unitas.
Brownnand Nelson are Balti Balti-riorp's
riorp's Balti-riorp's resrve sifnal callers
d'hee 1' e cluh frad George
Shaw, its r""ular No. 2 nuar'T nuar'T-Hack.
Hack. nuar'T-Hack. to the Gian's recently.
Brown and Nelson have shown
steadv improvement and prbah prbah-v
v prbah-v will ct 'heir rhanees to dir,cl
the No. 1 ba'Mield of Alan
Ameche, T nny Mot- and L. G.
Duprs against the Pittsburgh de defense.
fense. defense. Ray Berry. Baltimore's a 1 1 1-leagne
leagne 1-leagne offensiv end, sufferreo1
leg iniury in the game with the
all-stars and may not see action.
.Terrv Rieardson. the oroniisins
rookie from Wofford who caoglt
a pass from Unitas for the first
touchdown against Washington
last Friday night, probably will
nlay at Berry's left end position
most of the time.

th Rc 4th Sorios Imp. 7 Fgs. Purso $400.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closts 5:15

1 Albigense D. Madrid 103x
2 Lobo M. Valenzuela 110
3 Neeful Castillo 110
j. Puerto Madero B. Baeza 115
5 Horacio B. Aguirre '1?
ti-Ir.;,ias Pet J.P. Diaz 105x
7- Ncbrisea A. Credidio 108
8- Hermelina H. Gustines 112

Not in top form
Ran well in hst
Could make it now
Mutuels favorite
Strong finish in last
Early speed only
Poor recent efforts
Should be .runnerup

30-'
3- 1
4- 1
4-
5- 1
15-1
5-1

Itith Raco 5th Sorios Imp. 4 Fgs. Purso $500.00 Pool Closos 5:40

3-Piccolino H. Gustines 115
2 Farallon B. Baeza 113
3 Bancnclto F. Alvarez 113
4 Serres Road J. Waint 101
5r'-i Jnse V'-'r'-'vi 108

r "- -Ince n, Miranda 109x Could surprise

T Dlsfanto G. Vasquez 110 Good early speed

Gets stiffest here
Jockey may decide
Sharpeneed this time
Rider handiaps

Not witn this Jockey

EVEN
3-2
5-"
10-1
25-X
10-1
10-1

1th Raco 7th Sorios Imp. i Fgs. Purso $450.00
ONE TWO

Pool Closos 4:10

1 Black Jet A Ycaza 110
2 Jaco R. Cruz 106
3 Luciente B. Aguirre 108
4 Highland P H. Gustines 115
5 La Desire D. Barret H2x
8 Charieleia F. Alvarez 105
7-Mikel Castillo 115
8 Damajuana A. Credidio 108
9 Pastel Poose V. Tejada 97x
10--Sanctimonious J. Waint lOOx
1 Tricon A. Valdivia us

Rates chanct hero 4-T
Good recent races 5-2
Ran well in return 31
-Will fight it out 2-1
Brief early speed 15-1
Improved In last 31
Can take it all 4-1
Rates chance too 8-1
Must go much lower 25-1
Brief early speed 251
Will score loon 25-1

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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. FOR SALE: Rattan table with
four chairs, double couch, ward wardrobe,
robe, wardrobe, lamps, curtains, etc. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. No. 3, 52nd Street.
Tels. 4-1444, 3-0638.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Acrosonie
piano, States nude cordovan ma mahogany
hogany mahogany bedroom let, Bendlx
washer and dryer, tewing ma machine,
chine, machine, 34 ton Fedders air condi conditioner,
tioner, conditioner, Simmons Hide-a-bed, me metal
tal metal office desk, dinette set, floor
lamps and miscellaneous house household
hold household items. See at No. 40, Fif Fiftieth
tieth Fiftieth Street. Panama, Apartment
5. Telephone 3-6794.
FOR SALE: House furniture,
bamboo livingroom set, wicker
chairs, air conditioned unit, two
ton, used two months. Due to
trip. Alberto Navarro Street, La
Castellana Building, No. 48.
Apartment No. 3. Phone 3-6260.
FOR SALE: Feather weight
Singer sewing machine with at attachments,
tachments, attachments, case and button-hole
maker $75 00. Call Balboa 2 2-1819.
1819. 2-1819. FOR SALE Westinghouse refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, good condition, call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3411 Morrison, Diablo.
Reasonable price.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, dining room set, gat
ttove. Mrs. Andrew Louis, Calle
99, Casa 820 Entrance of La La-vanderia
vanderia La-vanderia Tropical.
FOR SALE: Baby crib with mat mattress
tress mattress Good condition. Rodman
3410.
FOR SALE: RCA Victor console
radio-phono, three apeed, maho mahogany
gany mahogany cabinet, very cheap. Phone
2-2490, Balboi 6351-B, Lot
Rios.
FOR SALE: Large Rattan chair,
innerspring, cushions;- $13.00,
footstool, $3.00; corner table,
$15 00. 5083-B, Diablo. Tel.
3372.
FOR SALE: G. E. wringer type
washer. Excellent condition. Tel.
Gatun 5-564.
FOR SALE: Two 4 poster twin
beds, dresser solid mahogany
$120.00. One box tpring andf
mattress, twin lite, $50.00. One
metal spring and mattress, $10.
C Z Tel. 2 6342.
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine, new unit, good' condi condition
tion condition $75.00. Ttst. 2-3118.
Wanted
WANTED FOR RENT: Resi Residence
dence Residence of three bedrooms, two
bathrooms, maid's room in El
Cangrejo, Campo Alegre or Golf
Heights. Tel. 2-1956 from 8:00
a m. to 12:00 noon. 1:30 to
4:30 p m.
WANTED TO BUY: One me medium
dium medium site crib. Call Balboa 2 2-2475
2475 2-2475 or 2-3345.
WANTED TO BUY: Used elec electric
tric electric calculator. Box 2005, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, phone C. Z. 2-3288.
WANTED: Johnson Viking
Ranger, radio transmiter, call 2 2-2460,
2460, 2-2460, Panamo.
LOST: August 4th Budgy
bird Iparakeet). Blue and gray
with chite cap. In Margarita.
Name it "Mitsi". Talks well.
Generous reward. Mary Mchl.
8057-C. Third, Margarita. Tel.
3-3240.
1
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Automobiles

FO SALE: 57 For V-8". 560,'
two door, hard lop, radio, tutone,
$1,300.00. Phono 3-2953.
FOR SALE: Cadillac tedan '51".
$500. Hillman Minx convertible,
$250. Both goodf condition. Tel.
Gamboa 605.
CUSTOMERS WANTED NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
New mattresses 6.50. Springs
12 .50. Metal Double Bedt with
Spring 19.00. China Closets
15 00. New Cacat Cott 5.50.
Hollywood Bedt wo mattress
15.00. Chrome Dinette Set (Only
One) 45 .00. Brand New 5 pc.
Dinette Sett 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. Wo Buy Your Old Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. FOR SALE: Ford, 9 passenger,
Country Sedan, 1954, V-8,
ttandard shift, perfect condition,
recently overhauled, good tires.
House 2426, telephone Balboa
2914.
FOR SALE: Good transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. 1948 Super Buick, 4-door
sedan. Single owner. Excellent
condition. Telephone 3-6794.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet, 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, sedan. Six cylinder. $1400.
Phone 3-1745, between 7 to
4 p.m. Phone 3-1411 after 6
p.m.
FOR SALE: Morris Minor con convertible,
vertible, convertible, duty paid, motor com completely
pletely completely overhauled $350 or best
offer, Pedro Miguel 4-429.
FOR SALE: Austin Healey,
Sprite 1958. Perfect condition,
only used eight months. Owner
leaving Isthmus. Call Balboa
2458.
FOR SALE: Tudor Austin A A-35
35 A-35 WS. Excellent condition.
Phone Cristobal 3291 or Balboa
3346.
FOR SALE: Austin-Healy Sprite
1958, 5,500 miles, duty paid.
Phone Panama 3-4931 from 8 to
3. Reason: Travelling.
FOR SALE: 1958 Buick, two two-tone
tone two-tone hardtop, 4-door white side side-walls,
walls, side-walls, extras, standard transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, new tires, less than 23,000
miles, excellent condition. Duty
not paid. Reasonable offer con considered.
sidered. considered. Tel. 3-6695.
FOR SALE: Four door, Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile
bile Oldsmo-bile 88, 1957 hydromatic, air
conditioning, radio, heater, pow power
er power steering, power brakes, tint tinted
ed tinted glass, black. Tel, Canal Zona
36 388.
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford Custom
300 sedan. Low mileage, new car
condition. Call Balboa 3028.
FOR SALE: 1952 Mercury 9
passenger, station wagon, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, good condi condition
tion condition $400.00. Balboa 2-6357.
FOR SALE: 1957 Lincoln Pre Pre-mier
mier Pre-mier Landau, 4 door, hardtop.
Fully loaded, factory air, real
cherry. Pink and white. $3,000.
Will consider 1959 Opel on
trade. Phone 86-3122, after 4
p.m.
Services
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agenciat. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.
U. S. TELEVISION
Meant 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.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against instct damage.
Prompt scientific treatment cn
emergency or monthly budge
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 ARIEL twnl
500tc.c, $225. Phone Brooks
Claxton, Panamo 3-3493.
FOR SALE: Vespa motor
scooter 150 c c. Good condition.
Call Balboa 3060.
FOR SALE: 1954 BSA 600 c c.
Excellent condition. (Misc.) Co Co-Icmbia
Icmbia Co-Icmbia Hi Fi new $150.00, 22
rifle Remington $25. 2-3708.
n(0

NEW Telephone Number for
AGENCIAS COSMOS, S.A.

ReasEstate

FOR SALE: Lots S06 U 'l.OOO
meters, in the Nuavo Hipedromo
Urbanization across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street street-frontt.
frontt. street-frontt. tewe, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBaraeH.
Tel. 4-0976.
CUSTOMERS WANTED NO
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
New mattresses 6.50. Springs
12.50. Metal Double Bedt with
Spring 19.00. China Closeti
15 00. New Cacat Cott 5.50.
Hollywood Bedt 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. Wa Buy Your Old Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. FOR SALE: 5000 M2 with deep
well and other improvements,
16 miles from Panama on Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Highway, 80c. per M2.
Telephone Balboa 3753.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 16 ft. Boat cabin
two bunks, $150.00. Phone 3 3-1411
1411 3-1411 after 6 p.m. 3-1745, I to
4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Fast runabout 13
l2 ft. 25 H.P. trailer and equip equipment
ment equipment $475. 00. That is less than
the price of a new motor. One
I'i H P. 60 cycle motor $75. $75.-00.
00. $75.-00. A 13 H P. 60 cycle $30. $30.-00.
00. $30.-00. Rock tumbler $40.00. 2 2-4263.
4263. 2-4263. Los Riot 6444.
Lessons
SPANISH CLASSES
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening classes. Enrollment:
August 17 to Sept. 7. Classes
Begin: Sept. End Nov.
27 PANAMANIAN NORTH
AMERICAN ASOCIATION, Peru
Avenue No. 66 (near Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre). Tel. 3-7963, i i-3018.
3018. i-3018. Miscellaneous
Memorable vacations, new thrills,
all this it offered to you by BLOK
AGENCIES in itt October excur excursion:
sion: excursion: VISITING SUOTH AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN COUNTRIES. Fly now, pay
later. Call 3-3397.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
BONNET BELLE Looking
mighty fetching in her sunbon sunbon-net
net sunbon-net Is Mary Ann Peterson, 19,
of Kansas City, Kan. It's part
of the outfit being worn by the
women there as the city cele celebrates
brates celebrates its centennial.
wo

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Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

ACF lnd 53
Advocate Asbestos. 280b
Alleghany Corp n
Aluminium Ltd 335a
Amer Cyanamid 584
Amer Motors 49
Amer Tel and Tel XD78Vi
Anaconda Copper 65
Arkansas Fuel 32b
AVCO Mfg 13
Beth Steel 567s
Bettinger Corp 17Vb
Bicroft Uranium 69b
Blauknox 53'Vs
British Pet T 9-16
Burroughs 30V
Canadian Eagle. llVab
Celanese 30
Cerro de Pasco 40b
Chicago Great Wett 43b
Chrusler 67
Cities Service 5JV4
Coastal Caribe 13A
Colgate Palmoliva 39
Colorado Fuel ZOVi
Cons Electro Dynamics 36
Creole Pet 46'
Crown Cork and Seal 34'
Cuban Venezuelan Oil V
Du Pont 261
El Paso Natural Gas 31
Fairchild Engine 7b
Fargo Oil 47a
Felmont Pet 6b
General Dynamics 48'4
General Electrl0 T8'b
General Motors 56 V4
General Plywood 20
Gulf Oil 108b
Harsco Steel 4m
Howe Sound 21
Imperial Oil 38
Intl Pet 33Mib
Lockheed 27
Magellan Pet IVib
Montrose Chem 127ab
New Eng. Tel and Tel 194V4
Northrop Air 2fl7ab
Olin Mathieson 49
Pancoaslal 2b
Phillips Pet 46
Pure Oil 40
Roval Dutch Shell 59
RCA 104V4
Reynolds Metal 44'A
San Jacinto 8b
Servo Corp B5Mib
Signal Oil and Gat 20
Sinclair Oil 56
Socony Mobil 42
Sperry Rand 22
Standard Oil NJ 51
Studebaker-Packard 12Mi
Superior Oil 1785
Texas Gulf Prod 33b
Textron J5b
Underwood, 24 Vi
United Can's Oil 15-I6b
US Rubber 60
US Steel 104
Westinghouse Eletj 9Vi
Wheeling Steel 64Vi
Week On FBI Lisi
Ends With Arrest
Of James F. Duffy
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) James
Francis Duffy, who once boasted
he would shoot it out with police
down to the last bullet, was ar arrested
rested arrested without a struggle just one
week after he was placed on the
FBI's "10 most wanted" list.
Duffy, 51, was seized in a North
Philadelphia rooming house less
than five hours after he arrived
here by bus from Newark, N. J.,
yesterday.
He was arrested on a federal
charge of unlawful flight to avoid
prosecution in connection with tj
$5,200 holdup of the Drexelbrook
Inn in suburban Drexel Hill in
March 1958.
He had $18.41 when taken into
custody.
Duffy, whose crime record be began
gan began at the age of 19, told the
nine FBI agents who converged
on the rooming house, "I knew
you would get me."
The FBI declined to give details
of the events leading to the ar arrest.
rest. arrest. The agents said thai Duffy once
boasted he would fire all the
hullpls in his revolver pvcpnt nne
ai anyone wno triea to arrest I
The last bullet he would save
. him
for
nimseit.

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Seeking growth of capital.
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Wall Street
CHATTER
NEW YORK (UPI) Both the
economy and the stock marjeet
are in an uptrend, says Group Se Securities
curities Securities Inc., a mutual fund.
It notes that the rise in nerA.
ing by industry for new planti
and equipment confirms and ha.
lief that a further substantial im
provement in economic activity
lies aneaa.
"While short r term corrections
must be expected," it adds, "our
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ket also is in an uncompleted up uptrend.
trend. uptrend. This is not to say that all
stocks should be bought. The mar market
ket market 'averages' obscure a wide dis disparity
parity disparity in the relationship of pric
to vaiue oi individual issues.
"Hence now. as alwavi care
ful selection and continuous su
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Amott, Baker and Co. says Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Bancroft and Sons Co. stock
appears attractive for intermediate-term
price appreciation.
Reynolds and Co. likes Cluett,
Peabody and Co. for growth-type
accounts. It says Chadbourn Goth
am at current, levpls annean tn
have a measure of speculative ap.
ptal; H. J. Heinz offers sound va va-lue
lue va-lue for investment-type accounti
and Oxford paper has speculative
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Buys Are
BIG!
1958 Oievrolel
4 door,
6 cylinder
$1,750
1957 Mercury
4-door
$1,950
1955 Pontiac
4-door
$ 900
1956 Opel
2 -door
$ 695
1955 Ford
station
wagon,
9 pass.
$1,000
C0LPAN
MOTORS
Tels. 2 0625 2-0628
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proaching approaching retirement.
Seeking increased comfort
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AWARDED AIR MEDAL 1st Lt. Ellis G. Crumit receives congratulations from Col. John R.
Wright Jr., commanding officer of the 1st Battle Group. 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, after be being
ing being awarded the Air Medal during a review in his honor. To the right is Maj. Ralph E. Car Carpenter,,
penter,, Carpenter,, battle group S-3. Crumit was cited for piloting a helicopter during the emergency eva evacuation
cuation evacuation of two injured soldiers The night flight was made over jungle terrain and the ocean,
without the aid of electronic navigation equipment. Crumit is assigned to the battle group
Aviation Section. (U.S. Army Photo i
Officer Gets Medal, Sergeant Receives
Ribbon During Recent Review At Kobbe

The successful evacuation of
two injured soldiers from the Rio
Hato training area last February
earned 1st Lt. Ellis G. Crumit.
Aviation Section, 1st Battle Group,
JOth Infantry, the Air Medal which
was presented at a review on Fort
Kobbe's Sykes' Field.
M-Sgt. Mac W. Dean of the bat
tie group's C Company at Fort
Gulick, was presented the Com Commendation
mendation Commendation Ribbon with metal
pendant as the same ceremony for
his outstanding service while sta stationed
tioned stationed with the first battalion,
basic training command, U.S.
Afttiy Training Center, Field Arti Artillery.
llery. Artillery. Fort Chaffee. Ark.
SThe awards were presented by
Col. John R. Wright Jr.. command commanding
ing commanding officer of the bottle group.
""Crumit, with Capt. Eldon 0.
Basham. formerly with the Avia Aviation
tion Aviation Section hut now assigned to
the Armor School at Fort Knox,
Ky.; flew the two soldiers to the
FWt Kobbe Dispensary for emer emergency
gency emergency treatment after their injury
daring the Banyan Tree Exercise.
The trip, made in an 11 19 hell
Tawboal Engineer
Allan Parker Dies
lifer Long Illness
' jAllan B. Parker, a chief tow
$oat engineer with the Canal or or-.ganteation
.ganteation or-.ganteation at the time of his re
tUroenl in October. I95f. died
'Wiis morning at Gorgas Hospital
-lifter a long illness. He was 66
, years old.
' .Mr. Parker was born in Port
-land, Maine, and was a Navy ve
teran of World War 1. For a num number
ber number of years he went lu sea as
an engineer on ships sailing out
of New York and later was em
ployed at the Boston Navy Yard.
He came to the Canal Zone in
1940 and was employed as a
uteam engineer with the Dredging
Ihylsiin. He was transferred l
the, ferry service in 1947.
After his retirement, Mr. Pal Palter
ter Palter made his home in the El Vol
Can area of ( hiriciiii Province.
; Funeral arrangement
announced later.
will be 1
lludge Flays
CHICAGO (UPI) A iederal
Judge blistered the .lust ice De
Iiartment yesterday a tin-Amor-Can
and not kosher" in its treat
Went of three ace Chicago detec detectives
tives detectives charged with beloniiing to a
huge narcotics ring
"Judge Joseph Sam Perry ac
Ctued Justice Department off i i-C'lis
C'lis i-C'lis of withholding indictments
f' the three policemen until 5
to.rtl, Wednesday "when you knew
we,,' court was closed
This, Perry said, was a dehb
trtie attempt to keep the deter
tivil from making bond so that
they. w e spend the night
iujail.
,tH v, mi American, not
luMilier, a violation ol the indiwd
TV- rights, and has the ear
ydis vi urMiviiiK imp neiencianis
. otUheir right to make bond," the
&ry, jgdge laid.

what
was termed, "bad flight condi
tions" over mountainous terrain
and the ocean. It was performed
at night without the aid of elec electronic
tronic electronic navigational equipment.
Crumit, who is from Charleston.
W, Va., began flying as a student
pilot at Camp Gary Air Force Ba Base.
se. Base. Tex. in March. 195"). He was
Margarita Resident
Mrs. Myra B. Brown
Died This Morning
Mrs. Myra B. Brown, wife of
David S. Brown of Margarita,
died this morning at Coco Solo
Hospital. She had been admitted
to the hospital Hast nighl.
She was born In Maine 48 years
ago. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Were
married July 14, 1940, in New
York. Mr. Brown, who is chief
foreman stevedore with the Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division, has been an em employe
ploye employe of the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company since March 11, 1941.
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed.
Khrushchev Pays
His Third Visit
To US Exhibit
MOSCOW il'Pl) Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier N'ikila Khrushchev paid his
third visit to the American exhi exhibition
bition exhibition today on the eve of the
lair's elosinc after its six-week
run.
Khrushchev, accompanied by
Deputy Premier Anastas Mi
koyan. first examined the Ameri American
can American satellite Discoverer VI on dis dis-plav
plav dis-plav in the i!'ld dom in okolniki
Park.
lie explained he had not been
able to see the model on Ins last
visit to the exhibition, made on
July 24 with Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. ion. His first visit was
made beiiiie the exhibition owned
1 ji mel l will) llle T.'.Mh Airborne
lnljiitry, K 'nil Airborne Division
Justice Dept.
i'eiry then showed unusual
courtesy to the three tormer stars
f the Chicago Police Depart
ment's Narcotics Bureau, detec detectives
tives detectives Sheldon H Teller, 39, Miles
.1. Coopcrman. 3o arm Kichard E.
I Austin. ."SR.
Instead of ordering them finger fingerprinted
printed fingerprinted and taken before the U.S.
marshal according to usual proce procedure.
dure. procedure. Perry said "gentlemen, you
mav go
Perry's blast was an unexpect unexpected
ed unexpected follow up to whal the Justice
Justice Dcpariiiienl heralded as
the suiasliinu ,, a Miulli million
doll.ii ,i;is ,p oast narcotics
I itlx
'I he detectives and ex Iederal
nan uiii s ajjeiu Edward K Gay
lies .1H were amone !M oprvonv
namc'i in
Hal I s.
two indictments, Spe
Prosecutor Max Gold
l&chem said the 21 were members

copter, took place during

In addition to his present job as

an Army aviator, he serves as sup supply
ply supply officer for the Aviation Sec Section.
tion. Section.
Dean's award came as the re result
sult result of his service during the pe period
riod period from March 1956 to June 1959
He was cite i for initiative, ad administrative
ministrative administrative ability and leadership
while serving in the positions of
non commissioned officer in
charge of a training area; opera operations
tions operations sergeant, tactics committee,
and sergeant major, first battalion
basic trainiii" commend.
The citation pointed out the de
gree of expir; and morale he de developed
veloped developed in (he men working with
him, his ability to train men in the
basic infantry tactics, and his ahi
lity to make sound decisions in the
absence of his superiors.
Laundry Equipment,
Crane Up For Bids
By Canal Company
Anyone in need of a Robot laun laundry
dry laundry machine, an extractor ma machine
chine machine or a school bus may bid on
these and a number of other it items
ems items of equipment and vehicles
now being offered for sale by the
Panama Canal Company. The
sealed bids will be opened at
10:30 a.m.. Sent. 18. in the office
of the superintendent of t lie Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch.
The invitation for bids, which
may be obtained from the office
of the superintendent, lists in de detail
tail detail the following items.
One extractor machine; two
Robot laundry machines; a cen centrifugal
trifugal centrifugal laundry extractor; one
dishwashing machine; six freezer
plates; tyo copper tanks; a steam
table; two hand book presses; a
20-ton Morgan crane; two canopy
express trucks; two school buss busses;
es; busses; and a five ton lumber dump
truck.
Prospective bidders may inspect
Hie extractor machine and the
Kobot laundry machines at the
Anvon Laundry The M organ
crane may be seen at Seel ion
"B" of the Balboa Morehouse and
all other Menu are at the Salvage
Section of the Balboa Storehouse,

Tor Un-American Action

of a gang which peddled heroin
and cocaine in Gary. Ind., De
troit, Cleveland, Miami, Is An
gfces and San Francisco.
Teller, Cooperman and Austin,
with 26 creditable mentions be
tween them for their work in the
Narcotics Bureau, were accused
of tipping off the gang on police
moves and even of peddling nar narcotics
cotics narcotics themselves.
Following their arrests, they
were suspended from the tone.
Police commissioner Tinionlhy J
O'Connor, faced by the first ma major
jor major scandal in his department
since lie took office in It.i), had
already instituteJ a lull scale
shakeup and sinter discipline in
the narcotics detail.
Teller satd "we're not guilty
and we'll be able to prove it."
Teller, the college educated son
of Chicago rabbi, told Perry

On Coddling Of Young NY Hoodlums
NEW YORK, Sept. 5 (UPI) A city magistrate, confronted by two sneering Teen,
agers at their arraignment for homicide, charged today that coddling of young hood,
lums was to blame ofr New York's wave of Teen terrorism.
Magistrate David Malbin included his fellow judges in his attack on city officials,
police and youth agencies for failing to stem the tide of juvenile violence that has
brought four deaths within a week.
Meanwhile, Mayor Robert F. Wagner met with aides to map plans for a drive against
lawlessness. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller also conferred with state officials on ways to
achieve better coordination among agencies in the crime fight.
The police department was drawing up a master list of more than 100 "fighting"
gangs, including girl "Auxilliares." The membership of the gangs was said to run into
the thousands.

Salvatore (Dracula) Agron. 16.
and Luis (Umbrella Man) Hernan Hernandez,
dez, Hernandez, 17, accused in the gang slay slaying
ing slaying of two boys in a Hell s Kitchen
playground, emerged surly and
defiant for the appearance in
court on homicide charges.
At police headquarters before
the arraignment, Agron, named as
the actual killer, was asked by a
newsman how he felt.
"I feel like killing you." he re replied.
plied. replied. "That's how I feel
Some of his bravado faded, how however,
ever, however, when he and Hernandez, .the
"Umbrella Man," were brought
before Malbin.
Ht btgan sweating in th air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned courtroom as Mal Malbin
bin Malbin called for "more drastic ac action
tion action against these punks."
Malbin charged that the "rights
of decent citizens" in New York
had been sacrificed to the cod coddling
dling coddling of hoodlums.
Turning to the two boys, Mal Malbin
bin Malbin asked which one had wielded
the knife.
"Agron." said Agron, lifting his
hand lazily with thumb pointed to toward
ward toward his chest.
Malbin ordered both held with without
out without bail for a hearing next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. He said that quick hearings
and trials would "wipe out the
hysteria that has seized all these
young hoodlums carrying weap weapons."
ons." weapons." Outside the courtroom, the mask
of amused arrogance worn by Ag Agron
ron Agron slipped slightly under ques questioning
tioning questioning by newsmen.
"It was all a mistake," he said.
"The same way you can make a
mistake. I didn't mean to kill any anybody.
body. anybody. I did it because they tried
to kill me one day."
He did not explain 'he alleged
attempt to kill him.
'Upwards of 500 angry residents
of the neighborhood where Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's double slaying occurred
massed outside the police precinct
station where Agron and Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez were booked.
As the youths were led out ol
the stationhouse to be transferred
to jail cells, the crowd surged for
ward.
Some persons screamed "mur "murderers''
derers'' "murderers'' and "killers." A cordon
of police succeeded, however, in
keeping the crowd at bay.
Earlier, inside the station station-house,
house, station-house, Agron, a slender, effeminate-looking
youth, was asked
by reporter why he killed the
two youths.
"Because I felt like it," he
snarled.
Meanwhile FBI director J. Ed Edgar
gar Edgar Hoover lashed out at Ameri Americans
cans Americans who stand idly by while hood hoodlums
lums hoodlums "prowl the streets" and turn
parts of the nation into a "no
man's land" of violence and ter terror.
ror. terror. Writing in the FBI Law Enforce Enforcement
ment Enforcement Bulletin, he urged private ci citizens
tizens citizens to do all they could to help
the "small patrol" of law officers
trying to cope with an army of
"depraved murders, robbers, sex
offenders and kidnappers."
Even as Hoover's articl was
published, his FBI agents arrested
two Washington, D C. men and
charged them with seizing two
young women at knife point on a
Washington street early Sunday,
taking them into a woods in near
by Maryland and assaulting them
repeatedly.
What the suspects apparently
did not know was that both of
the 23-year-old women were
clerical employes In Hoover's
FBI. They were driving home
after a dance when the men in invaded
vaded invaded their car it a traffic lift.
If convicted, the men-one a 30 30-year
year 30-year old bachelor and the other
married and the father of two
that he and other detectives were
held in custody for almost seven
hours without being informed oi
the charges against them. The
policemen appeared in court with
out lawyers, Teller said, because
thev knew nothing of the case ex
cepl what they had read in news
papers.
Goldehein denied any plot to
keep the policemen in jail, insis
ling "I tried to do something in
behalf of these persons.
"You did not," Perry interrupt
ed him. "You surely arranged to
have this thing fixed." When Gold Goldehein
ehein Goldehein denied it. Perry snapped
"then the Kedei'iil Bureau ol Nar
cotics did
The judge said the detectives
would have stayed in jul all night
if he had not agreed to receive
:i bondsman at his suburban home
Wednesday night.

face death under the Lindberg kid kidnap
nap kidnap law.
In his article, Hoover described
as "shocking" a Wednesday FBI
report showing that the number of
serious crimes increased by 9.3
percent last year.
He also noted that the report
showed the highest crime rate in
the nation's history.
Hoover reprimanded citizens
who have a "detached attitude
towards crime."
"This country's citizens," he
wrote, "must awaken to the fact
that the war on crime is not jus'
the battle of the law enforcement
officer.
"Every citizen has a stake
when hoodlums prowl the streets
brazenly committing atrocities
which appall even veteran police
officers. No one is immune from
the attacks of depraved murder murderers,
ers, murderers, robbers, sex offenders and
kidnapers."
The FBI director said he hns
been "renealedly shocked recently
by the alarming number of in instances
stances instances reported from throughout
the country in which locd law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officers have been mer mercilessly
cilessly mercilessly gunned down hy hood hoodlums."
lums." hoodlums." "An outraged and outspoken
public." he insisted, "can reverse
this trend of contempt for police
officers by demanding that these
murderers be made to suffer the
maximum penalty under the law.
Relentless nursuit must he follow followed
ed followed by swift, vigorous prosecution
and pitiless sentencing in the
courts."
The New York police deoart deoart-ment,
ment, deoart-ment, battling a wave of Teen Teenage
age Teenage murders and assaults, mov moved
ed moved today to crack down on fioht fioht-ing
ing fioht-ing street gangs and their mem members.
bers. members. A list of "move than 100 trancs"
with a total membership number
ing in the thousands was bein?
made with the exoneration of the
City Youth Board and other agen agencies
cies agencies concerned with juvenile
cr'me.
The City Youth Roard. the offi official
cial official agency for prevention and
control of juvenile delinquer-ry in
the city's 14 "trouble areas." s-iicl
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"The list will include all the
known anti-social or fighting gangs
in the trouble areas," the board
said. "The total list will probably
number more than 100 with mem membership
bership membership running in the thousands."
The board said there are also
between 500 and 600 "social
groups" gangs that do not have
a record for violence.
Many of the city's iiading pub public
lic public and private figures were re reported
ported reported to have thrown their sup support
port support behind a proposal by the
New York World-Telegram and
Sun to send delinquents to work
camps.
The newspaper prooosed recent recently
ly recently that youth gang leaders and
their followers be removed from
their territories and placed in
camps where the discipline would
be strict and the work hard. No
such camps now exist here.
At the same time down in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va., police lodny began a
roundup of a group of youths who
allegedly hurled a burning somtio.i
into the eyes of a toll collector at
a bridge, painfully injuring him.
Three youths were arrested to today
day today less than 12 hours after the
attack and Detective L. B. Adams
said he was searching for two oth others.
ers. others. Ray M. Folkes. 67, said a car
carrying four or five youths slow slowed
ed slowed down and paid the live-cent
bridge toll.
"As the car drove off one of
the kids in the back threw some something
thing something in my face," he said. I'll
hit me square in the eyes."
Doctors at the Medical College
of Virginia Hospital first identified
the solution as ammonia but said
today further tests had showed it
was a liquid underarm deodorant.
They said Folkes' right eye was
"fairly badly burned."
He will have to wear an rye
patch for several days, doctors
said, but it was doubtful (hat he
would lose his sight.
Folkes said the same car had
sped past without paying its toll
on previous occasions and he and
another attendant turned the li license
cense license number over to police.

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Some 3,400 or the 7,100 Canal
Zone children who trooped back to
school this week found that some something
thing something new has been added The
three "R's" have been joined by a
"PF," which stands for Physical
Fitness.
During the school year, which
opened September 1, Doys and
girls from the fifth grade through
the senior class in the high schools
will be participating in the big biggest,
gest, biggest, most intensive physical test testing
ing testing program ever staged, accord according
ing according to the Panama Csnal Review.
The Canal Zone program is
part of President Eisenhower's
National Youth Fitness Program
which is designed to answer a
much-asked question: Is Ameri American
can American youth growing soft?
By the end of 1960, the physical
fitness examinations, conducted
under t,he auspices of the Ameri American
can American Association fo rHealth. Physi Physical
cal Physical Education and Recreation, will
have been taken by 30 million
American school children, includ including
ing including those in the Canal Zone.
The program consists of several
items, such as sit-ups, pull-ups,
soft-hall throw and variations,
standing broad jump, and running.
During the first part of the school
year every boy and girl will be
tested individually and the results
will be compared with the States'
norms, established as the results
of National Youth Fitness Tests
administered during the nast three
years. Special efforts will be mnde
to overcome weaknesses revealed
in Canal Zone youth.
The Division of Schools estimates
that an average class of 40 stu students
dents students can be tested in approxi approximately
mately approximately three class periods. At the
end of the sdmol year a second
examination will be given to deter determine
mine determine the amount of improvement
mode during Ihe vear.
Before the opening of schools.
Physical Education personnel of
the Division of Schools received
special instructions on the testing
program.
"All-around physical condition conditioning
ing conditioning is our ideal," said G. C.
Lockridge, Supervisor of Physi Physical
cal Physical Education and Athletics In
the Division of School s.i
"The typicftl American sport is
a leg sport, and doesn't always de de-evlop
evlop de-evlop other parts of the body, like
the arms and shoulders. The. ob object
ject object of the tests is to find the weak
areas an dcorrect them."
There is another addition in the

Speedboat Racing
Set For Cristobal
Splashing and dashing is sched scheduled
uled scheduled Labor Dav at the Panama
Canal Yacht Club, Cristobal. Wa Water
ter Water skiers and speedboat racers
from the Panama Boating and
Fishing Club, and from other Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and Panama organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, are all set for an afternoon
of racing, starting 1 p.m
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schools this year, of a different'
sort. The program of special
chievement courses will be ea
panded in the U.S. School aygtenj
to include the tenth grade in Bal
boa High School.
Intensive courses in Plana Geo-
metry and English 10 will ba ef.
fered to pupils with special apti.
tudes in these fields. Last year,
advanced achievement section ,-were
were ,-were started in grades 11 and
12.
The advanced courses for supe"-,
rior students this year will be br
English 10, Plane Geometry, Eng English
lish English 11 and 12, United States His History,
tory, History, Chemistry, Physics, Inter Intermediate
mediate Intermediate Algebra, Solid Geometry,
and Trigonometry.
Local Officer Gels
(erfificafe For
Tropical Study
When a select test group of para paratroopers
troopers paratroopers jumped into Panama du during
ring during Exercise Banyan Tree last
February, they were accompanied
by a volunteer officer, an observ observer
er observer desiring to checlt the effect!
of the tropical climate on men
unaccustomed to it.
This officer. Capt. George A.
Grayeb, presently commanding A
Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, Fort Kobbe, received a
U.S. Army Caribbean Certificate:
of Achievement for the research ht
did on this topic.
From Oct. 6, 1958 9, 1959, Grayeb
served as instructor and assistant
operations officer with the Jungle
Warfare Training Center, Fort
Shermaln. In his off duty time he
conducted extensive research into
the physiological effects of heat on
men in tropical areas.
The successful results of Grayeb'g
participation in the para-drop",
made with a group from the 2nd
Battle Group, 50ist Airbone in infantry,
fantry, infantry, 82nd Airborne Division
provided the Naval Research La La-boratory,
boratory, La-boratory, Bethesda, Md., with in information
formation information for -their research stud stud-les
les stud-les on this subject.
Canal Co. To Open
Instructor Course
For Supervisors
A pilot program in instructor
training for supervisors in the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company-Government
organization will be started in the
near future by the Training Of Of-lice
lice Of-lice of the Personnef Bureau, it
was reported in the current issue
of the Panama Canal Review
The program is the result of
findings in a recent organization organization-wide
wide organization-wide survey of training needs.
Responsibility for employe train training
ing training rests ultimately on the super supervisors;
visors; supervisors; the survey showed that su supervisory
pervisory supervisory personnel realized this.
Cuaymi Couple Put
In Chiriqui Stocks
By Magistrate
A Guaymi Indian couple was
chained in stocks for four days
on orders of the magistrate of
a Chiriqui hamlet, it was re revealed
vealed revealed yesterday.
The case, which occurred sev several
eral several months ago, was brought
to light yesterday as a result of
charges by the magistrate, Lo Lorenzo
renzo Lorenzo Fuentes who was fired
by Gov. Federlco Sagel that
the mayor of San Lorenzo has
been occupying land on Indian
reservations.
The report identified ths In Indian
dian Indian couple as Juan Rodriguea
and his wife, Elena.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE :
High 86 83
Low 74 74
HUMIDITY:
High 93 t
Low 61 80
WIND:
(max. mph) W-ll SW-ll
RAIN (inches) T 1.21
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 tt
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.71
Madden Dam 113.81
BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY. SEPT. I
High
Time
S:0 a.m.
5:33 p.m.
17.1 ft. ft.-16.8
16.8 ft.-16.8 ft.
Low
Time

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