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Donors Say Pledges
To Candido Filled
n -i a finished
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me Only uiiiuHiHtM r '"-o
eeived by Nino Mill6n, (Panama's Baby No. 1,000,000) it
was indicated today by informed sources.
A report from a Chitre correspondent yesterday de described
scribed described Candido Aizprua, who was bom on Sept. 4 last
year to become the republic's millionth inhabitant, as sick,
under.notfrisr.ed and in rags in a Chitre Hospital.
CANDID GLIMPSE Little Can Candido
dido Candido Aizprua, widely acclaimed
tfs Panama's millionth mhabi mhabi-.
. mhabi-. tant, is pictured during festivities
when his parents brought him
frSm Ocu last October Charges
that pledges made to the infant
were unfulfilled were refuted to today
day today by the donors. A Chitre cor correspondent
respondent correspondent has claimed the ba baby
by baby was ill and in rags at a hos hospital
pital hospital in the Interior.
CZ Governor Called
To States; Paraiso
Gov W. E. Potter left early
this morning for a brief official
business trip to, Washington He
expects to return to the
Isthmus by the end of the week.
The governor plans to cc-nfer-whtt
various officials in Washing Washington
ton Washington on the short-range Canal im improvement
provement improvement program and the Pro Proposed
posed Proposed widening of additional
:uto f ifinillard Cut.
hi absence, vol. Jonn
D McElheny will act as, governor
md perform the duties of presii
Aent of the Panama Canal Compa
ny which relate to operations on
the Isthmus. ,
Because of Potter's absence,
Ihe goverhof 's conference with ci civic
vic civic councils of the Latin Ameri American
can American communities, scheduled to be
held to night in Paraiso, will be
postponed until early September.
The exact date of the conference,
which is open to the public, will
be announced later.
vh niihlic conference with
counciUleaders of U.S commun communities
ities communities will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday night at the Coco Solo
Breakers Club as scheduled. This
meeting will be conducted by Mc McElheny.
Elheny. McElheny. This month's conference
at Coco Solo is open to the public.
Dives From Hotel
QUONOCHOTAUG, R.I.. Auk,
18 (UPD- A summer visitor from
Baltimore who dreamed he was
lldndivinn leaped frim a second
floor bedroom early today and
landed on a pile of rocks,
i F. M. Blantorf, suffered a frac fractured
tured fractured Tight arm, fractured Jaw
And a bruised chest.
Still asleep, he climbed to the
porch roof, apparently thinklntf
he was surfacing. His wife dis discovered
covered discovered him on the roof and
called for help.
Neiehbors broucm him down
xnd he was taken to Westerly
HfriKnitftl and later transferred
to Lawrence, Memorial Hospital.
New London,' Conn,
on your flight to
fay Balance later
A NO F P
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house to live in seem
which have not been
The report also quoted Mrs.
Dorinda Aizprua as saying that
the only firm which is living up
to its long-terra promises was a
local milk concern which had of
fered one year's supply of milk
Other firms which had mad
promises, including the local
Libby distributor, pointed out
today that they had fulfilled
their pledges to the letter and
had no idea what gifts Mrs. Aiz Aizprua
prua Aizprua was referring to.
In addit;on U the milk supplies
still being received by the pa pa-rpn
rpn pa-rpn of Candida all thp other gifts
which can now be used by the 11-month-old
child have alreacy
been delivered, the sources said.
Two assemblymen, Juan Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco ParJini and Pablo N. Espi Espi-nosa.
nosa. Espi-nosa. pledged two calves for the
Nino Millon shortly after the
news oi his birtn was announced,
but according to Mrs. Aizprua, on only
ly only on has been received, And the
house which' was being built at
ration Institute on 50 acres" f
land granted,-by the; government
is lacking flooring and tile roof roofing.
ing. roofing. But ell the other deliverable
gifts were turned over to Mr.
end Mrs. Aizprue at the Casa
del Periociista when they
brought the Nino Millon to Pa Panama
nama Panama City on Oct. 20 last year.
The gifts received included a
three-month supply of fruit juices,
a six-month supply of baby food,
vitamins for one year, soap, diap
ers, crib, mattress, clothes, stock
and a $275 bank account.
In fiddition, Nino Millon has
been oleriRea free dental care
(which is not yet needed) free
hospitalization, a nair of shoes
every three months when he
starts to school and free educa education
tion education from kindergarten to college
Zonians Play Roles
In Birfh Drama
On Madden Lake
Roger Adams of Ancon antici anticipated
pated anticipated a relaxine afternoon of
water-skiing on Madden Lake,
along with Mrs. Adams, their 18-month-old
son and Frank Ler Ler-chen
chen Ler-chen Jr., home on summer vaca vacation
tion vacation from Cornell University.
But out a couple of hundred
yard? frorr the boat landin" at
the dam .the Adams' speedboat
was hailed by a native cayuco
The Panamanian quarted was
rushing shoreward with a woman
on the point of giving birth, and
reonested aid from the Adams
Because of the woman's severe
pain, it was thought inadvisable
to transfer her to the outboard
and Adams towed the cayuco to
By the time the cayuco was
beached the birth eccurred. The
child, apparently premature, was
s''Uhorr Thu fa"ii'v declined an
offer of transportation to Gorgas
Hospital and was taken home in
the Adams car,
The inciden occurred Sunday.
Adams is superintendent of the
Motor Transportation Division of
the Panama Canal Company.
Panama Raps PC Commissary Sales
Of Dutch And Danish Milk Products
The Panama Foreign Office today denounced what It claim claimed
ed claimed to be continued violations of the 1955 Memorandum of
Understanding- by Canal Zone authorities and handed eat
photographs to substantiate the allegations.
In a communique Issued today Panama said Danish and
, Dutch milk products are being sold by Canal Zone commis commissaries
saries commissaries In violation of Point 8 of the memorandum.
The photographs were of the labeld of these milk pro products.'
ducts.' products.' The communique also quoted the article of the memoran memorandum
dum memorandum which states that the Canal Zone would acquire Ita
merchandise either from the C.8. or Panama, except when
N"lt to not feasible" to do so.
"Ll tic people
CRIPPLED BIRD This DC-6 airliner landed at Tocumen yesterday with a gaping hole where its
There was an explosion In the engine 2u minutes aiier ine wnami-oound Kcuatoriana Airliner left Tocumen. Shortly after the
explosion the engine's prop ran away, and the intense vibration tore the engine from its mountings. The plane returned to To Tocumen
cumen Tocumen and lft nilly safely with 82 passengers aboard.
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ALL THAT WAS LEFT" of the engine mount and housing after
thfi crlDDled airliner landed safely at Tocumen. The engine broke
away after its propeller ran away
Way Clear For Dicky Arias To Get
CPH's Nomination For Presidency
The way was clear today for
Panamanian Ambassador Ricardo
M. Arias' nominafion as the gov government's
ernment's government's presidential candidate
in 1960, following President Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.'s reshuffling
of his cabinet last night to exclude
two ministers who had bolted the
National Patriotic Coalition.
Carlos Sucre, who was ousted
from the Education. Ministry, de described
scribed described the new cabinet as con consisting
sisting consisting entirely of sympathixers
Ousted along with Sucre was
Government and Justice Minister
Jose D. Bazan, who like Sucre had
bolted the party to form their own
political organizations. Sucre had
been seeking the presidential nom nomination
ination nomination of the CPN, and Bazan a
Two other ministers, Heraclio
Barletta (Labor, Health and Social
Welfare) and Alberto Boyd (Agri
culture and Industries) also were
replaced, but the reason was not
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PANAMA, 1U.&VTCESDAY, AUGUST IS, 1959
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during the flight.
the same as in the case ef Sucre
Barletta and Boyd are virtually
assured of vice presidential nom nominations
inations nominations as running mates with
Aries, and would have hed to re resign
sign resign in October in order to be
eligible as candidates.
Newcomers to the cabinet are
former Secret Police Chief Hector
Valdes, now Minister of Govern Government
ment Government and Justice; Victor M. Urru Urru-tia,
tia, Urru-tia, Minister of Agriculture and
Commerce; Assemblyman Dioge Diogenes
nes Diogenes Pino, Minister of Labor. Health
and Social Welfare, and Ffderico
Velasquez, Minister of Education.
The holdovers are Foreign Min
ister Miguel J. Moreno Jr., Finance
Minister Fernando Eleta, Public
Works Minister Roberto Lopez Fs
brega, and Mario Cal, Minister of
The cabinet changes were also
expected to bring the replace replacement
ment replacement of the deputies of the minis ministries
tries ministries affected by the shakeup
and the heeds of certain depart departments
ments departments In e further move to light lighten
en lighten the ranks of supporters of
The cabinet shakeup is also ex
nected to affect changes In the mu
nicipal machinery in Colon, where
the mayor and several city offi
cials are supporters of Bazan, who
is now engaged in the enrollment
of his Republican Party.
Sucre is enrolling his organiza organization
tion organization under the banner of Progress Progressive
ive Progressive Party.
Meanwhile, former Panamanian
Ambassador to London Roberto
Arias is quoted as saying thet
It will be "either veto in May or
bullets In June."
The reference was to the presi presidential
dential presidential elections sat for next May,
country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln
Crippled DC-6's Passengers
Leave, New Engine Arrives
Eighty-two Miami bound passengers left Tocumen Airport
t noon today after being delayed here approximately 20 hours
when their DC-6 lost an engine over the San Bias IslanVs
yesterday as a result of a runaway prop.
A full maintenance crew arrived here from Miami today with
a spare engine for the damaged
way (APA) official stated. General
the plane should be repaired by
ried to Miami to be checked out
The accident occurred about 20
minutes after the plane, which ar arrived
rived arrived here at 2:30 p.m. from Gua
yaquil, Ecuador, had left Tocumen
As the No. 1 engine tore from
he heutfna hi the outboard pr
liort V A loft win thi p'ropoMoF
apparently gouged Into the
ine tank loeotea in tne win.
aptain Malcolm Driver, tnen
turned the plane, which had been
flying between 10,000 and 12,000 ft.,
around and headed back towards
In the meantime control tower
ffinii had been notified and
emergency equipment, including
ambulances and tire rucks nau
been alerted to standby for the
The airliner, snowing oasolme
from Its ruptured left wing tank,
lended at Tocumen about 20 min minutes
utes minutes later. Tho plane made a per perfect
fect perfect landing end no one was in in-lured.
Passengers praised the cool
handling and flying ability of Driv Driver
er Driver and his crew during the crisis.
Among those aboard were the
four top contestants in the recent
Isthmian Junior Golf Championship
who were on their way to Ports-
mouth, Vs., to take narl ae rJ""
tional Jaycee Colt lourney au,.
snd is contained in a tape record
ed interview with Arias by f anama
City editor Guillermo Vega, who
returned to Isthmus uunaay uu'
Rio de Janeiro.
Vega's bags which contained me
tape recording got "lost at i,ocu-
men but he was aoie to gei
er copy of the interview irom a
radio station in Rio.
On the recording, the former
"Revolution is coming. The dis
turbances of last May and April
ere due t the anxiety of the peo people
ple people for a total change ."
Further on In the interview.
Arias said: "the authority of the
Church has been subordinated to
the power of weapons, political
puwer and economic power.
"When a crisis arises the (Na (National
tional (National Guard) headquarters on A A-venue
venue A-venue A is sought out rather than
the temple of God Today the god godchild
child godchild of a militarist is what the
nephew of a bishop used to be
He added that the people should
be ready for "a revolution at the
Yesterday's oabinet shakeup
came shortly before the end of an
unexpected meeting of President
de la Guardia's cabinet. The meet meeting
ing meeting had been scheduled for today.
Once they were epproved, he
said, De la Guerdie mode e brief
speech In which he announced his
sympathies for tho presidential
candidacy of Ricardo Aries and
asked the ministers to resign so
that he" could reorganize the ceb ceb-Inet.
Inet. ceb-Inet. De la Guardia was said to have
emphasized that despite his per personal
sonal personal feelings he proposes to pre
tide over free, honest elections next
" s s s
No! 1 engine should have been.
plane, an Aerovias Panama Air
manager Charles Howell said
tomorrow wnen it will be ler
A definite explosion occurred
before the prop ran away, an
APA official stated today. The
vibration from the runaway
prop then tore the engine
from Its mounts,.
-There jwaSr :-i''Urer
ine plane stability was un un-'
' un-' affected though its speed was
somewhat reduced by the
missing engine, eii lines of officials
ficials officials said.
The DC-6 was an Ecuatoria-
na Airlines interchange with'
New York Swelters
Through Wont Ever
Cify Power Failure
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 (UPI)
The worst powei failure in New
York City nis ory paralyzed a
vast area of upper Manhattan
for up lo 13 hours yesterday .ui'l
early today, leaving half a mil million
lion million residnls sweltering during me
most intense heat have of the
The heaviest one-day use of
power in the city s history at
id i ii l v iui use uiaaniyr; w a.
failure which knocked out all
elerMricitv in a 50l-llock section
of the upper East and West Sides,
leaving tenants without cooling
devices, elevator service, lights,
radio and television.
By 3 a.m. today, power had
bedi restorer: to the West Side
area affected from 59th street to
jilii-i reel and from Central
Park West to the Hudson River.
Iron Curtain Films
MOSCOW, Aug. (UPI) Rus Russia
sia Russia won the top award at the
International Film Festi v a 1
yesterday and the other Com
munist counrles walked off
with nearly all the rest.
The Soviet film, "The Fate of
a Man," deserved the top prii-.e
in the opinion of Western ob observers.
servers. observers. But they were puzzled
by some of the other awards,
The United States was not
represented at the festival.
Communist China, North
Korea, Outer Mongolia, Poland
and Czechoslovakia all won
West Germany, India and
Pakistan and France among
non-Communist nations won
West Germany, India and
Pakistan and France among
non-Communist nations won
Canal Zone 10,
(lee story lash Pago)
Throughout the world H
more people buy J
than any other !2,l
On Face Of It'
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (UPI) A spokesman for
the Internal Revenue Service said today it is possible that
claims of US citizens living in government housing on the
Canal Zone for tax refunds on rental exemptions may be
accepted "on the face of it."
If not, he said, Internal Revenue will check further
and may require a ruling from some authority as to
whether or not the claimants actually are required to live
in the housing which is furnished.
Such authority might be the Canal Zone governor, or
might be some other official of the Panama Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, or the Defense Department, he said.
Only last Friday Balboa Heights, in response to pub public
lic public clamor on the Zone for a statement from Canal Zone
Gov. William E. Potter, said the Administration would
make no official policy statement regarding housing un-
... .vuv.j.vu iw u 9v uy me
Internal Revenue has accepted
a court decision under what has
Decume known as "the Bovkin
precedent" of last May that if
the taxpayer lives in company
quarters, and is reauired to live
there then thH vaihe r of the
fquarters Is llot ednsldered to be
As a result of that decision,
many taxpayers in. the Canal
Zone Bus Dispute
A spokesman for the Canal
Zone Bus Service Inc. said to today
day today representatives of the firm
had met once with Henrv L
Donovan, chairman of the Ca
nal Zone Transportation Com
mittee, in an attempt to settle
grievances arising from a re recent
cent recent checkers strike, but no de
cision had yet been reached In
At Balboa Heights, officials
said only the matter was "un
requested some weeks ago after
53 striking bus checkers and
maintenance workers returned
to work temporary winners in
the battle over higher wages
and working conditions.
The bus firm, headed bv Gur
sam Singh Gill, granted the em
ployes a 10 percent wage in
crease pending final recommen recommendations
dations recommendations by the Transportation
Before the. temporarv settle settlement
ment settlement Gill had announced aboli
tion of checkers jobs, claiming
the move was required to keen
the bus operation solvent.
Observers believe this move
was blocked by intervention nf
the Panama Foreign Office on
behalf of the striking bus work workers.
ers. workers. Two Natives Killed,
Two Europeans Hurt
In S. African Riots
DURBAN. South Africa-(UPI)-
Two natives weYe killed and two
Europeans seriously injured in
three nights of fighting, rioting
pillage and arson in native areas
around Pietermaritzburg, capital
of Natal province.
ine aeains oceurrea in a
running battle between 40 police
men in the native township of So
banu and hundreds of natives who
had stoned an ambulance, damag
ed stores and attempted to set fire
to a municipal bus.
Provincial police were reinforced
in other areas today because of
the growing "unrest" amon the
bantu tribes weary of white rule
More than 200 natives armed
with clubs and spears tried to
storm the jail at Harding early
Saturday but were turned back by
armed police. Twenty-nine women
internal revenue service.
Zone living in government
quoi.wrs nieie mv, n,ea tor
retroactive refund for tho
past rnree years.
The spokesman said today that
cnuoi.. prooaojj wilt .Be uiaae
;o cetermine whether tho Mai.
mum ine requirements.-
it could bo that wo will be
satisfied oy me clerm on me
face of it," he said.
"11 no., there will hauo in h
check made to establish whotho,.
that rental value is properly ex ex-emtable."
emtable." ex-emtable." Biu lie said the check wnuM nnt
necessarily be made with the
governor, almougn u is possible
that he would be the authority se se-letted
letted se-letted to make the ruling.
Meanwhile on the Canal Zone,
observes termed Friday's admin admin-istration
istration admin-istration statement an evasion
designed to keep Potter clear of
a possible dispute between local
taxpayers and a Federal govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment agency.
An estimated $1,000,000 in po potential
tential potential tex rebates hangs on a
favorabl. decision of the Re Revenue
venue Revenue Service end the admin admin-iirrarive
iirrarive admin-iirrarive support from the Pa Pa-name
name Pa-name Canal Company.
As matters now stand, the Fe Fe-deral
deral Fe-deral district judge, district at attorney,
torney, attorney, assistant district attorney
and U.S. marshal all, are required
).v law to reside within Canal
In addition, police hava claim claimed
ed claimed they too ere forbidden to live
outside the Zone. They say
there has been only one excep exception
tion exception to this policy in more than
The big question has been
whether the remainder of nearlv
4(100 Panama Canil Cn umrlrorc
who are free to live in Panama
if thev choose would be judeed
as falling within the framework
Of the "r,:ivku DI-ererlAnt
. Zone residents have said that,
in the absenip 0f a Company rul ruling
ing ruling and in event their retroactive
claims were refused by the re revenue
venue revenue service, they would carry
their claims tn tax court and
necessary, to U.S. Appeals Court
as did Boykin.
The paucity of Magistrate's Court
cases these days continues to at- i
test to the law abiding nature of J
Canal Zone communities. Most of i
tnose appearing recently have in involved
volved involved minor traffic offenses.
Esther N. Moxon, 55, a civilian
employe of the Army, was fined $J
for failure to observe a stop sign
on Fourth Street, Curundu.
Two Panamanian bus drivers
were found not guilty of the traffic
offenses with which they were
charges. Manuel Montalvo Vega,
53, had been charged with failure
to proceed with caution from a
stop sign, and Folipe Cordova, 40,
had been charged with making a
regular mis slop too tar from th
curb. Both were cleared of tbiVk'i
cbarge. -,v Mfo
Henry Thousand, 19, was placed : t
on six months probation for tres
passing at the Paraiso CommUaa CommUaa-ry.
ry. CommUaa-ry. The youth was using a Canal
Zone Identity card originally issued y
to his father, who hai lines oitd, 4 1 3
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U.S. WORDS AND DEEDS
The Santiago Conference of American foreign ministers that is
now taking place can have a greater effect on the entire world than
most of us believe. For the final results of this meeting-whether
we deny or ignore it will place in the minds of many nations just
what the American states stand for.
Many of us have too often heard lots of talk about the democra democratic
tic democratic principles and practices that America is alleged to possess, but
now is the time that we all shall see for ourselves if the American
states really practice what they preach.
Too often too many of we Americans North, Central and South
have forgotten that our entire system of government is founded
on the pedestal of freedom and equality of mankind. Too often we
have bypassed the principles of human rights and the respect due
to each other. In so doing we have been losing recognition as na nations
tions nations where democracy prevails.
The Soviet Union has taken advantage of every little error the
free world has committed so far, and has thus lured many unwary
nations into her clutches. I think that it is high time tha twe Amer Americans
icans Americans revise our constitutions with a microscopic lens, and put them
I have said it before and I will say it again: the OAS should be
an organization of decent-minded nations, not a refuge for beasts.
And any other organization, conference and what not that the Amer American
ican American states are participants should likewise be so.
In the Santiago conference a pledge of non-intervention in inter internal
nal internal affairs has been proposed. But, Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, El
Salvador, Honduras and Ecuador have insisted that there should be
no resolution on nonintervention unless there was a balancing one
on human rights and representative democracy. "Meanwhile the U.S.
is studying resolutions on economic underdevelopment.
When one sees just how inrohesive these American states are in
"this conference one wonders exactly what these states uphold
One group wants non-intervention only with a balancing resolu resolution
tion resolution on human rights. The third is studying economic underdevelop underdevelopment.
ment. underdevelopment. The idea of democracy to my mind seems to prevail only in
the second group's proposal. This is not so merely because I'm pro pro-Castro.
Castro. pro-Castro. My entire opinion is based on my belief that consideration
for democracy and human rights should always predominate in any
agreement reached upon by our American states.
It is a downright disgrace that right here in our lands that we
profess as free, dictators are having a ball while our other coun countries
tries countries simply overolok the fact in their belief that we have only Com Communism
munism Communism to fear.
These Spanish, Portuguese and French American states have too
long been cravenly clinging to the U.S. belief that we should allow
any other kind of dictatorship in our Americas except Russia's
solelv because Russia is the U.S.'s personal enemy.
Dictators are dictators it doesn't matter who they are. The
dictatorship that now prevails in some of our American states are
no better than Russia's. Murder is murder it doesn't matter if Tom,
Dick or Harry is doing the killing.
It didn't seem to bother the U.N. in' interfering in Korea some
years ago. But when Egypt was invaded bv the British. French and
Israel because of the Suez, the U.N. led by'the U.S. didn't lift a finger.
If principles are to be applied only when personal enemies are
involved and not applied when non personal enemies are involved,
then it is best we forget that there is such a thing as principles. It
is best we go back to the years before Christ even before that.
It is a shame that the U.S. had not joined with Cuba, Venezuela,
Bolivia, El Salvador, Honduras and Ecuador in proposing the San Santiago
tiago Santiago resolution on human rights, seeing as how the U.S. has always
professed its leadership in democracy.
It is also a slap in the face to Sen. George R. Smathers, (D-Fla.),
who not too long ago said that Panama is one of the "most demo democratic"
cratic" democratic" countries in Latin America; that Panama refrained from
the words "human rights" in the conference.
Cuba has been accused of being the cause of the Caribbean un unrest
rest unrest with their many so-called "invasions." All these so-called
"free" American states seem to be worried about is unrest and not
Cuba is the cause of the unrest that is true. But Cuba herself
isn't bringing the unrest to these other countries herself. The free free-minded
minded free-minded people in these countries, who have too long been kept un under
der under oppression, have taken courage from Cuba's revolution and have
now begun to fight for their own freedom. And if struggling for free freedom
dom freedom can be dismissed as "unrest," then we are all doomed to slav slavery.
ery. slavery. Cuba's charge that the U.S. which has financial and psycholo psychological
gical psychological control in the OAS and U.N., is against her (Cuba's) revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary government is not illogical.
It has taken many of us a long time to learn the fact that the
U.S. basically only has her own interests at heart. Her aid to other
countries has resulted in tremendous profit to her own oocket. Th
U.S.. dislikes the idea of any nation standing on its own feet and
telling the U.S. to go to hell as Cuba has done since the successful
revolution and the U.S. will do anything to break up that country
as she has done others.
Russia is a terrible foe to us, we all admit, but a hypocrite can
be just as terrible at times for we never know what he has in mind
until it is too late.
Many Latin Americans have discovered this by experience of
U.S. actions and attitudes, and this is the main cause of anti-U.S.
feelings among us.
Summarizing, I stress the idea that this is America, we are
Americans, and we should act like true Americans. Democracy
should always prevail no matter who is involved. Dictators should
be pressed by every means to return human rights to their people.
It is a good thing for us to sit in conference and discuss our
problems like sensible persons. But, the results of these conferences
is far more important than the fact that we profess ourselves as
sensible and democratic nations nations where God-given human
rights prevail Principles shnuld be exhibited by actions not on
If we cannot or will not accept these facts, then we are only
asking for trouble. Trouble that eventually will come. Let us now
east the specks from our eyes that we may see what is to be seen.
1 do not claim to be an expert but it seems to me that despite
the increased activity in boxing recently in Panama City and Colon
the fieht game is losing instead of gaining new fans.
Whose fault is it? I don't know, but it seems that some better
,i matchmaking could be exercised. Take for examole Sundav nipht's
Colon main event. Isthmian flyweight champion Pedrn (Manhattan
' BM) Ortiz fought bantamweight contender Hector Hicks.
t r Tt "lust be a pretty sad situation when a fighter has to go out
t Ms clan to keep in action. He should be at least able to meet a
-boxer In his own class in a non-title bout if he is the champion as
r,ls the case of Manhattan Kid. Hicks, who lost recently to Toto Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra after skyrocketing to local fame with several impassive victn
rial ovr name fighters, is a fighter in demaiH yrho con'-1 be match matches
es matches aga' at veral good local bantamweignts include champion
In last night's Colon bout, the contest was monotonous because
the emaller and lighter Manhattan could not stand un to Hicks and
ipent the greater part of the evening in a backpedalling exhibition.
It was the same storv in Panama where "never-was" Vicente
Worrell outsped youthful Eloy Henry and made the latter look bad
by going backwards at great speed throughout the major oart of the
contest. Yet many fans booed the just and fair decision in favor of
the earnest Henry who wps never given a chance to show his punch punching
ing punching ""T.
r-.oi's prr m "tdirnHkinc. there is room for belter officiating.
i-r.-rnt'' "hoiif!h (bp officials use the same system, their meth
r' r-nrln? seems to be miles apart. Seldom do any two local of-''-IM,
have reasnaHy close' score on a fight. Maybe there should
be (coring classes for the officials.
Fad Up Fight Fan
HIW IOF 1 r. i
By VICTOR RIESEL
MENGP, Buganda My guide
threw himself to his knets be before
fore before the King's minister. I got
off with a handshake. The King.
His Royal Highness, The Kanaka,
was off on one of his islands
hunting. But word came across
the crocodile-infested waters of
Lake Victoria that the Financo
Minister would receive me.
This is a serious matter. His
Royal Highness is a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional monarch and his subiects
hurl themselves to The ground
and wriggle towards him. And
all must kneel to all his minis ministers.
ters. ministers. The Kabaka is the only
King left this side of Emperor
Selassie. There are some lesser
monarchs nearby like the Mun Mun-kama
kama Mun-kama (Lord) and Mugabe of An An-kole.
kole. An-kole. But the Kabaka is the
tough one fighting the British,
though they let him run a Par
'lament here, with six ministers,
including my friend who has nis
eye on an income tax.
His Excellency, A. Kalule Sem
pa, Minister of Finance in tte
Kabaka's government, is going
to the U.S. He says he'd like to
borrow some $3,000.00 to s'urt
a Buganda bank for the Kabaka's
Since I was not, at the mo moment
ment moment in a position to help (my
own liquid assets having been
drained by every wood-carving
tribesman north of the Bengazi
River), I undiplomatically chang changed
ed changed th subject. I asked H i s
Excellency, the minister for 42
clans, what about the brutal boy boycott
cott boycott by his people of the In Indian
dian Indian merchants they derisively
call foreigners here.
I also made the point that the
so-called workers' boycott was
taking on an ugly anti American
mood. It was hitting American
I pointed out that a Coca Cola
delivery man was stopped by
eight men on the Kampala Road.
This is in the heart of the
metropolitan area. The goons
told him not to deliver coke
any more. It was on the ban
list. Th muscle men then beat
the tar out of the driver. They
forced him to shout "Uhuru"
I remarked that "Uhuru" was
a great slogan used by many
leading Africans who were
Minister said that probably the
friends of the U.S. The Finance
hoycot'ers had been bribed by
Pepsi-Cola neonle who were In Indian
dian Indian merchants and "being what
they are." Hiss Excellency said,
what could you dlo. I noted
there was no evidence of this.
He dinlomatically changed t h e
His Excellencv is a sophisticat sophisticated
ed sophisticated man. H said the boycott of
Indian merchants would cm
tinue. That is what worries mmv
here. Violence spreads over this
continent like burning petrol,
which is the favorite weapons of
the strong-arm forces tryin? to
turn Africa against the mode moderates
rates moderates on whom the U.S. mut
Also the boycott is confusire
the so-called "freedom picture.
The instigators allegedly met un under
der under something called "The Free Freedom
dom Freedom Tree" and th boycot' just
spread, said His Excellency Since
then the muscle work would make
a certain section of a cer certain
tain certain Detroit union seem liks a
dull day at the local Ping-pong
Flying boycott squads cut
down scores of valuable coffee
trees belonging to those who
deal with Asians. The other day
a house was burned down. At
Kikandwa, East Mengo, a lady
named Kasalini Kidza was warn warned
ed warned by the squads that her house
would be burned and her coffee
trees felled simply because she
had bought something in an
Another chap, Maulisio Serwad Serwad-da,
da, Serwad-da, a Muganda, had his home
burned out because he worked
for an Asian. He was warned
he'd be killed unless he quit.
There is Timothy Lubowa, an another
other another Muganda, who was threat threatened
ened threatened with a skull-cracking beat
ing if he did not stop telling
people to buy from 'foreigners.
They are even beating Africans
for working for "foreigners" as
houseboys. The squads have ac
tually taken pictures of fellow
Africans going into Indian shops
The strong-arm men have
drawn up lists of merchants who
are banned, and who can be
patronized. This has led to the
kind of shakedown which we
thought was strictly a home
I've been in the Indian shops.
There's a quiet terror in the
bleak emptiness of their stores
It recalls other racial boycotts
which so many of us thought
dead and buried with the Third
I report this for many reasons.
but mostly because we Amer
icans should know that not all
who shoul "Uhuru" freedom
want It for all within hearing
His Highness. The Kabaka, Is
Oxford trained. He knows the
meaning of freedom. It's h i a
right and the right of millions
all over this continent te rid
themselves of the British and
French and Belgians. But free
dom can't be tainted with ri
CONSPIRACY TRIAL BEGINS
AMMAN, Jordan (UPD Thir Thirteen
teen Thirteen former army officers and a
civilian went on trial t)d J
for plotting to overthrow King
Hussein and seize power in a mil
itarv coup last March during the
Jordanian monarch's world tour.
Ail 14 defendants present pleaded
not guilty except Brig. Adeeb El
Qasim, former commander of the
Water Skiing's Fun-.-lf You Know How
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
TOMOROW'S HEADLINES TO
DAY: "Mr." Marilyn who clam
ed once will be invited again..
Gov. Rockefeller asking his ex-sis-ter-inlaw,
Bob, to please keep out
of the headlines. .Former Mrs.
Vito Genovese hosting at the 81
Club, village spot that specializes
in "female impersonators"... Joyce
Mathews was married to Milton
Berle twice so maybe she'll ditto
with Billy Rose, suggest the Broad-
. mi A
way wise guys, inaia noi so
dumb either. Just think of the
tax saving for Billy.. .If my friend
Judge Schweitzer doesn t re release
lease release the county Grand Jury pre presentment
sentment presentment on the TV quiz f i x e I
soon, the Federal Grand Jury
will take over it says here. .
Hear anything about Steve Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller (the Guv's son) flying a
college classmate to Oslo to act
a best man when he marries
the ex-maid? HE's Jerry Riggs, of
Omaha, now a first year student
at Union Theological seminary.
I COULD GO ON AND ON.
Bob Mitchum's son, Jim, calling
Copa cutie Debbie Again again
(Now wait a minute let s r-aa
that line again.). .Joan Tabor,
the starlet, still helping mac
Krim forget Kim Novak. (She
didn't marry him betause her
name would have been Kim
Krim.). .There's a special seren-
ne of the upcoming "mi Mory
for the Milwaukee Braves. Rea
son: Larry Pennell, a featured
player, was a Braves star be before
fore before he went from base-stealing
to scene-stealing. .What brings
einmil owners to an early grave:
African Room, which loves celebs,
was so crowded they had to
turn Bill Holden away. .Gardner
McKay, of "The Best of Every
thing" switched from lorn coiiins
to Joan Collins. .Greatest so
prano find of the ye?' is Arme
nian Anita Darien, maKing ner
supper club singing debut at Max
Loew's Viennese Lantern, paired
with surjerb Monica Poyar. .
Thought: He travels fastest who
reneges on a loan.
I CAN'T UNDERSTAND: Why
they made a "heroine' out of
the late Billie Holiday when in
life she was about as low as they
come? She tried to kill (by run running
ning running them down) narcotics agents
who were doing their duty arrest
ing her. (Is she being held up as
model for the young genera
tion?). .Why Harry Truman is
handed so much adulation when
he's the man who fird Gen. Mac-
Arthur, held our troops bank in
Korea and forbid us to win the
war?. .Who do press agents
think they're foolinj hy nlacm"
Marlon Brando in their clubs? 1
TAKE YOUR RECORD HOME WHILE
STILL PAYING FOR YOUR CLUB!
PANAMA RADIO CORP.
Central Ave. Opposite La Merced-Church
Tels. 2-2566 2-3364
get around a bit and I've never
seen him anywhere or with any anyone.
one. anyone. (But maybe I don't hang out
at the same kind of places.)..
Why honest cafe and saloon keep
ers are continually harrassed for
technical violations while nothing
is done about the dozens of hoori hoori-awned
awned hoori-awned clip joints, queer hang hangouts
outs hangouts and call girls stables mush mushrooming
rooming mushrooming all over town?. .Why
mail addressed to "Grace Kelly"
in Monaco comes back unopened
with ''Addressee Unknown?" .
Why Carolyn Jones and Ziva
dann are wearing thoe !ow-cut
gowns in "Last Train from Gun-
hill?" (Might as well wear noth
ing.). .Why gals promise gws
who gift them with furs to love
IT'S THE DOG DAYS (So I'm
barking): Edwin S. Smith, a
former U. S. Government emplo
ye who took the Sth Amendment
in 1953, is now registered uider
the Foreigh Agents Registration
Act as a representative of the
Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslo
vakia, Red China and Yugosla Yugoslavia;
via; Yugoslavia; so what's this, about Tito
and Kruschie not bein? allies?
(Smith's address is 24 West 45th
St., N. Y.). .The Jersey kidnap
hoax cost FBI and police tons of
thousands in salaries, wire and
phone tolls, transportation, print printing
ing printing an other expenses. Who
pays for it? (The tax p a y e r s,
natch.). .This is news1 Greta
Garbo iave a big bow to new
Swedish star, May Britt of "Blue
Angel," at the Sherry-NetherlanJ..
As far as I'm concerned d
gal can giggle when she talks, if
she wiggles when she walks.
NO PAIN (But Plenty Fun):
Tony Soglio. Inger Steven's ex,
in the groove at Birdland with
Carolyn Groves, a Gene Tierney
double and a best bet for star stardom.
dom. stardom. .Actress Barbara Rush who
married Hollywood press agent
Warren Cowan just hired a pub publicist
licist publicist not named Cowan. .To .Today's
day's .Today's Aly Khan item? Piper Lau Laurie.
rie. Laurie. . Sorry lo see comic
Jack Durant leave the Latin
Oiiartor. He's wonderful. .Note
to the cops: If I get knocked
off now, you won't know if i's
hoods, Keds or Cubans (My anon anonymous
ymous anonymous fan mail threats from
the latter are qu'te flattering )...
Took the rest of the wond ?0
years to catch up with me hit
now a ,Tapane girl is "Miss U U-niverse.".
niverse.". U-niverse.". .Chicago also eoinf
Oriental crazy with Harrv Naka
mura of "Harry's Waikiki" fame
switching to a Japanese tea house
and Jimmy Wong of Chicaeo's
well known Nan Yan theatrical
hang-out putting an Oriental gar-
The Best Priced
records in town.
All kinds of music
12" HLFi records
den in the old Royal Frolics
on Wabash (of Texas Guenau
weight is down to 216. Only 16
more to go. Bob Straile helping
i0 spark-piug Rocky s comeback.
In upcoming "Train to Nice,"
Brigitte Bardot will play twins.
(All four of her?). .Anita (The
Face) Colby and Col. Setg? 0-
bolensky brightening up the dim
ly lit romantic Drake oom.
Advice to gals: For success, ac acquiesce.
quiesce. acquiesce. POT SHOTS FOM THE PO POTOMAC
TOMAC POTOMAC : House Un-American Ac Activities
tivities Activities Committee meets secret secretly
ly secretly in executive session in New
York next week to explore evi evidence
dence evidence of Communist activities in
Puerto Rico' directed from here
and tying in with the ntire Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean and Latin American area.
Big headlines on the way. Wash Washington
ington Washington wire reports Tom De Dewey
wey Dewey "nervous and upset" about
a forthcoming book by Jules A A-bels
bels A-bels who wrote "The Truman
Scandal." This one is entitled
"Out of the Jaws of Victory"
and is the first about the W48
election fiasco. Abels"demolisnes
the T)ewy-Rockerfeller influence
in the G.O.P Current hate
of he lef'ies and liberals i?
Ohio's Congressman Gordon
Schere (Bod Taft's campaingn
manager) whose intellegent bills
to curb the Supreme Courr, u u-nions,
nions, u-nions, eds and crocks, is driv driving
ing driving them mad.
CUBA, BUT NOT LIBRE: My
item of July 14 that one of these
days we'll wake up and learn
ussia has atom bomb bases in
Cuba confirmed for me by my
Cuban wire who say? a launch launching
ing launching pad is acutally being built
now, giving the Reds a base
nearer the U. S. than any we
have near the Soviet. And still
State Dept. striped panty-waists
secretly slip aid to madl mur murderous
derous murderous Castro, who thinks he's
big enough to take us over. (The
way we're going he may.)
Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the E E-r
r E-r Church In h Mlst'on Mlst'on-ry
ry Mlst'on-ry Diocese of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.) t
"For tha moth shall eat them
up like a garment, and the
worm shall eat tham like wool:
but my righttousnest shall be
for ever, and mv salvation from
aeneration to generation."
Hnve you ever forgotten to
store your woolen clothes during
tb q-iwr? n the fall vou
found them riddled with moths,
Jhp nrontic tells in 'hut there
are people like that. Their souls
prr 1 '- p'H.etn sarments, As
we attend the summer sales or
r' nnr fil' wardrnhe we should
also considerer the clothing of our
friWu -n we arn'rn? a faith
which will be moth-proof?
Second Isaiah is here attacking
two moth-eaten fallacies. The
f'rst is our trust in numbers. Be
cause "everyone" says a certain
ji. ,in n0 rnean it is
right. The prophet reminds us of
the importance ot, the minority.
God does not work through
ciW''. mit through convinced
, T'. cpfond ; our reliance uron
the material. Ideas are more im-
earth will wear out like a gar-
law and Justice
will stand fast.
i ,.i-n 0nt vour eloet
this fall,, ransack your mind Also
- -i get rid of its moth eaten
law. j :
Phil Landrum of Georgia, co-author
of the tough Landrum -Grif
fin labor bill, ii a strong and con consistent
sistent consistent battler against civil rights.
On this issue Landrum has nev never
er never let the South down. And he
would rise up in righteous wrath,
ai he did when he called his fel fel-lowt
lowt fel-lowt Democrat, Ray Madden of
Indiana, a "son of!" on a kind
red labor matter, if anyone ever
insinuated that he had betrayed
the South on civil right.
However, tucked away, in the
Landrum-Griffin labor bill is a
sleeper whkh has some Southern
congressmen worried. Others
would be worried if they had read
But the fact is that about one one-half
half one-half of the House will vote on tha
labor bill without having read it,
and two-thirds will vote without
having studied it carefully.
Those who have studied the bill,
however, have discovered that
Landrum has inserted under Sec Section
tion Section 101 a flat provision for the
integration of labor unions.
It provides in effect that Ne Negroes
groes Negroes may meet with white union
members. They shall be free to
assemble freely with other
members; and express any views
arguments, or opinions..."
That isn't all. Section 102 of the
bill which the Georgia congress
man is urging Southern colleagues
to support contains another sleep
er, ii is we rignt to bring an in
junction in Federal court to en
dorse the rights of a union mem
ber, whether white or, Negro.
oecuon iui states tnat anyone
whose rights are infringed on
"may bring action in the District
court of the United States."
This is exactly the same pro
vision which Southern congress
men, after a lot of hard work,
managed to knock out of the civil
rights bill now before Coneress.
Yet these same, congressmen are
being urged by Landrum to vote
a similar provision in the labor
mil into law.
DEAL ON HOUSING
Over the angry objections of a
few' liberals, Senate Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson and President Eisen.
hower have made a tacit deal to
push through a modified housing
bill that will reduce the price tag
on housing but retain the features
Ike didn't like.
Johnson passed the word tn Ala
bama's amiable. Sen. John Spark Spark-man,
man, Spark-man, the Housing chairman, to
soften the housing bill instead of
attempting to override Ike's veto.
in turn. Ike sent word to CaDi
tol Hill that he will accept a new
u : I,, ... .
iiuusmg uui wun a iew toKen mo
The bill will still contain Fed Federal
eral Federal grants for public housing,
slum clearance, urban planning,
ana aireci loans for old folks'
housing. These provisions are dis
tasteful to the President, but he
is willing to accept them in re
turn for budget savines.
Sen. Paul Douglas, Illinois
Democrat, put up a bitter battle
behind closed doors asainst cni-
tulating to the President. It wasn't
supposed to be published, but he
complained that the Senate has
been blunting the big issues until
legislation has become "homoge
"I believe in legislating in the
tradition of Norris and Li) Fol Fol-lette,"
lette," Fol-lette," Douglas declared, refer referring
ring referring to the late great liberal sen senators,
ators, senators, George Norris of Nebraska
and Kobert La Follette of Wis Wisconsin.
consin. Wisconsin. "The legislative process is a
process of education. You don't
use the legislative process to
piece together an ad hoc bill
Once the principles are establish
Trans isthmian Highway Tel. 3.1501
r DREW PEARSON
ed and the people in a democra
cy are educated, detail will fall
He urged Mi colleaiuel to fifht
for principle even at toe risk of
losing the first round.
CRUMBS FROM TABJ,!
"If we make a habit of eini-
tulating," he warned, "We will be
come dominated by the Execu Executive
tive Executive Branch."
He called upon the Housing sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee to vote in favor of ov
erriding the President's veto. H
charged that any compromise bill
wouian t be, only nau a loaf.
but just a few crumbs .from the
Douglas was supported by Sen.
Joe Clark, Pennsylvania Demo
crat, who urged senators at the
closed-door meeting: "I think we
ought to take this to the Senate
floor even though we may fail to
override, Decause i uunjc mere
are things that ought to be aired."
Sparkman agreed that the Pre President's
sident's President's veto message had been
inflammatory and "didn't tell
the whole truth." He agreed that
it might be possible to round up
enough votes in the Senate to
override the veto. But, he report reported,
ed, reported, "word from the house is that
the veto couldnt be overridden."
Indiana's fair minded Sen.
Homer Capehart, the senior Re Republican
publican Republican on the Housing Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, suggested: "Now that 11 the
politics has been milked out of
the bill, all we have to do" is to
make a few changes and send tse
Capehart had been fuming priv privately
ately privately over the fact that the White
House has been dealing with low lower
er lower ranking Sen. Prescott Bush,
Connecticut Republican, on hous housing
ing housing matters, because Capehart's
views on housing are too liberal
to suit the President.
In the showqown voting, a
Southern-Republican coalition a a-greed
greed a-greed to accept the 'President's
veto and offer him a modified
Sparkman, with Fulbright of
Arkansas, voted with Republicans
Capehart, Bush, and Beall of
Maryland against attempting to
override the veto.
Senators Clark, Williams of
New Jersey, andMuskie of Maine
supported Douglas. Fulbright and
Muskie weren't present at th'
closed door meeting, but voted b;
The Chinese are believed to
have been the first to have dii.
covered-pearls, perhaps about
,uu ij.u., probably in mussels
taken from shallow rivers. By
the sixth or seventh century
B.C. they had been riismvrl
along the coasts of India, Per-!
ana ceylon, the favorite!
homes of the pearl oyster.)
Among the oldest pearl oyster
beds in the world, those of
Ceylon are located in, the Gulf
of Manaar between the south southern
ern southern Up of India and the island.
C EncycloDeAJa Brita,naiea
f or the Dining
Table, the Coffee
break, the Home
Bar, the MANTLE.
At low, low Prices.
And Buying at
Meant you can
win a Diamond on
' .. .1'
Across The Chaw Manhattan Bank
Rockefeller Still Not Candidate
El Panama Hilton To Celebrate
But Might Battle With Dick Nixoo
A W ji
ALBANY. N.Y. Aug. (UPD
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller in indicated
dicated indicated he might battle Vice
President Richard M. Nixon for
the Republican presidential no nomination
mination nomination If he were sure he
could deal "effectively and con constructively"
structively" constructively" with the problems
facing the nation.
Rockefeller called a news
conference yesterday morning
ostensibly to discuss his plans
to flv to Norway for the mar
riage of his son, Steven, to the
Rockefeller family's former
maid, Anne Marie Rasmussen.
But the discussion quickly
turned to politics, and Rockefel
ler took to ocacsion to deny a
report that he had said he
would wait to make his deci decision
sion decision on seeking the presidency
until he saw the results of pub
lic opinions polls.
"I think public opinion polls
are a raiity or political nie,
Rockefeller said. "Conversely
the onlv factor in them is to
indicate public trends ana reac
tions. While the public is in interested
terested interested in the polls, they are
not determining factors in any
body s decision.
A reporter led up to a ques
tion about the presidency by
asking Rockefeller about his
reasons for running ror govern
or last year.
I wanted to be sure that I
felt I could deal effectively and
constructively with the pro problems
blems problems that faced tiie people of
thi s state," he said.
'AMIGOS' MAKE DONATION Members of Los Amigo del Pueblo Social Club present a donation at $25 to Salvation Army Sr.
Cap a Grant to aid the -running of the SA's soup kitchen. Making the presentation to Grant and his wife is Uriah Allen on
bfehali of the club which is planning to raise additional funds with an outing to Cermeno on Sept 6. Tickets are being sold by
SStht aubln knjimk City and on the Atlantic side by Mortimer Scantlebury, at 10th Street and Balboa Ave., and
Howard. Russell, 6th Street and Bolivar Ave. ,
Be Rapist Seeking Revenge
Victim Who Scared Him
C.ANOOA PARK, Calif., Auk.
lalUPJjr-fPatricia Faye Smith,
J; hounded,; for four years by
I woukhbe -rapist who.se face
sh.;icarred with a hot iron, a a-g
g a-g atavhas been receiving anony anonymous,
mous, anonymous, phone calls, police said
"There have beeji several calls
m4e to the Smith home in the
last' two weeksf said Detective
Bgt. J.i. Austin of the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Police Department's Res Res-efa
efa Res-efa station in the West San
Fernando Valley. "There's never
any -conversation .iust th
sound of someone breathing."
Austin said he and his part partner,
ner, partner, G; W. Murphy, assumed the
calls were made by the man in into,'
to,' into,' -whose face the attractive
red-haired housewife and mo mother
ther mother slammed a hot iron when
be broke into her home in
June-, 19S5, and tried tc attack
"His; last ; assault was Julv 29
when he slashed her, arms, chest
and thighs with a knife.
The iron left a three-incn
scar on the man's face, a scar
which apparently maddened the,
assailant to the point of being
obsessed with a desire for re revenge,
venge, revenge, detectives said.
lithe' first episode occurred
when Mrs. Smith and her hus husband,
band, husband, James, lived- in unland,
about 18 miles east of Canoga
Prk. Two days afterward she
found a note in her mail box
which read. "I'll set vou."
He struck again Nov. 25, 1955,
when he found the former mod model
el model at home watching TV- A nv
with a livid scar from his lett
eye to his mouth threw her to
' Police advised the family to
move. They did, but a short
time later the man walked up
to her and her husband in the
dark of a drive-in theater and
said, "Remember me? I'm not
forgetting you. I'll be back."
Two davs later they saw him
on their street. They moved to
their present home where they
felt secure for two years until
last Mav when their phone an
unlisted number began rins rinsing.
ing. rinsing. First it was iust sinister
laughter. Then it was threats.
May How Be Used
To Build Tires
He was asked if it would be
fair to say that he would seek
still higher office if he felt he
could deal with national pro problems
blems problems effectively and construc constructively
tively constructively during the next four or
"Well," Rockefeller replied, "I
certainly never would decide to
be a candidate for higher of office
fice office unless I was convinced that
those two factors were true
This decision, he said, would
have no bearing on the avail
ability of others as candidates
"...My decision are going to
be made, as they always have
been in the past, on a positive
basis in terms of the opportu opportunity
nity opportunity of service which 1 feel l
might be able to render under
certain circumstances," Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller said.
When asked about chonces
for a presidential victory for the
Republicans next year, Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller said that he waj advised
last year not to seek the
governorship because it would
be a Democratic year. He won
the election by a landslide, he
said, so the Democratic threat
was not a factor for him.
"Are you closer to a decision
regarding the presiden t i a 1
race?" Rockefeller was asked.
"No," he replied. "I'm still
not a candidate."
He said any presidential
hopeful had two hurdles to
face-nomination and election.
Asked when he would have
something definite so say obut
his political plans, he replied:
"I have no tieme table to
make a decision. If cirmustances
make it necessary, I can reconsider."
Hotel El Panama Hilton's tra traditional
ditional traditional Carnavalito. o r little
Carnival, will take place on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Aueust 22nd in the Pa Patio.
tio. Patio. This Carnavalito takes place
every year during the .American
college vacation period to ena enable
ble enable home-coming students to
eniov the same festivities as th
yearly Mardi-Gras. Queens, cos costumes,
tumes, costumes, merry-making, dancing
will be reenacted in the same
fun loving manner.
Lovely Queen Aida (Garavt
who reigned so successfully
this year during Carnival, will
again preside over the dance
which costumes are in order.
She will enter the patio wlt
her "court"' of princes and
princesses to lead the various
costumed groups in Panama's
folk dances, the "Tamborito"
Two orchestras will play for
dancing, and their repertoire
will be the popular Panamanian
Carnival melodies old and new
to delight one's ear and set one's
feet to dancing Come and en en-jov
jov en-jov Carnavalito at El Panama
To Defense Board;
GETTYSBURG, Pa., (UP1)
President Kii'st-iowcr has apT
proved the assignment of Lt. Gen.
Lemuel Mathewson to be "chair "chairman
man "chairman of the Intei-American De Defense
fense Defense Board, effective Sept. 15.
Mathewson will replace Lt.
r wm'1 Shephard, former
Marinp Corps commandant, who
asked to retire.
"I'm coming back to finish
the job," the voice said.
The man with the scar re returned
turned returned last July 29, surprised
Mrs. Smith and forced her at
knifepoint into her bathroom.
For 30 minutes they were alone.
He turned out the lights, ripped
off some of her clothing and
then began cutting her.
"Now you're going tp know
how it feels to be ugly," he
Jimmie's arrival scared him
away. Police found her in hys hysterical
terical hysterical condition although her
wounds were not serious.
"The house is under surveil surveillance,"
lance," surveillance," Austin said. "Ins addi addition,
tion, addition, we have been checking out
15 to 20 possible suspects who
have been suggested by citizens
and our own records."
i!; y.r: 'i i" I & A
Scientists To Sail
Info Antarctic Sea
On Research Trip
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 (UPD
ys scientists will trv to sail
soon into "the uncertain wa waters"
ters" waters" of the Antarctic Sea re region
gion region "never before explored"
during a new multimillion dol dollar
lar dollar study of the South Pole area.
The expedition will be part of
a research program that will
get underwav when the South
Pole summer starts in October.
Seventy scientists will work in
the Antarctic during the "sum "summer"
mer" "summer" from October, 1959, to
March, 1960. Thirty-five scien scientists
tists scientists will spend the followinp
The program, announced Fri Friday
day Friday night, consists of 29 diflvr diflvr-ent
ent diflvr-ent protects, including a study
of radioactive fallout at the
south pole, geology, map-making,
and an investigation of
plants and animals. The Na National
tional National Science foundation is put putting
ting putting ud $3,170,069.
ADR ON, Ohio As a result of
research findings by Firestone
Tire and Rubber Company scient
ists, polyester fibres such as da dacron
cron dacron and terylene soon could take
their place with cord materials
used today as a highly desirable
fabric for use in tire construc construction.
tion. construction. This was announced by Ray
mond C. Firestone, president, the
Firestone Tire and Rubber Com
The Firestone announcement
came at the completion of an im important
portant important nhnse of the research oro oro-gram
gram oro-gram which has occupied Fire Firestone
stone Firestone scientists since the advent of
synthetic fibres and after more
than a million test miles had been
logged on tires built with these
new man-made cords.
The painstaking research pro program
gram program centered on a wide range
of fibres, including the acrylics,
all of which except the polyesters
were eliminated in preliminary
'Our research findings prove
conclusively that Dacron and Te Terylene
rylene Terylene as tire cords, "are equal or
superior to any fabrics now used
in premium tires," Firestone said.
"We find that the new cords com compare
pare compare favorably in streneth with
any rord in iisp todav. Tires built
of these .cords give increased
mileage and an improved ride."
The next step in Firestone's de development
velopment development program will he fl
eatiip fleets in various parts of
the nation with Dacron anri lerv lerv-lene
lene lerv-lene tires and these results will
then be compared with earlier
findings for further evaluation of
the new cord material.
For James Kirlon
At SI. Paul's
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow at 4 o'clock in St.
Paul's Church for the late James
Kirton, who died yesterday morn morning
ing morning at Santo Tomas Hospital fol
lowing a lengthy illness. j
Burial will follow in Herrera j
Mr. Kirton, a Barbadian, came
to the Isthmus in 1909 and work worked
ed worked for the Panama Canal, the
Fuerza y Luz Co. and the Army's
Signal Section, from which he re retired
tired retired four years ago. He was a
resident of Rochet's Yard for
He is survived by his wife, Lo Lo-vinia,
vinia, Lo-vinia, and his children. Tedford,
Ralph. Leafton, Cecil (it. the U.S.)
and Mrs. Genette Stamp, in addi addition
tion addition to other relatives.
LISBON FALLS, Maine (UPD
When real esta e laxes when no in
Lisbon Falls, Maine, the towns townspeople
people townspeople look some quick and deri derisive
sive derisive action. They fired all five se selectmen.
lectmen. selectmen. Voters held a special
meeting Saturday and dismissed
all five from their $90 per year
PROPOSES RESOURCES BILL
WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair
man James E. Murray of the Sen
ate Interior Committee Sunday
proposed a new congressional-
While House parlnershio to carry
on a "continuous appraisal of the
nation's natural resources.
Patterning his proposal on the
Federal Emplovmen Act of 1946,
the Montana Democrat unveiled a
bMl in create two groups a coun
cil of resources and conservation
adv'sers or the Presiden' incl ;
joint congressional committee on
resources and ennservaton. An
annual report to Congress like
the ann'ial economic report
would be required.
MON. SAT. till 8 p.m.
All Work Guaranteed
Across from Coca-Cola
TRY 17 OFFICERS
AMMAN, Jordan (UPD S slate
ecupv ourt met for the ,h'',
time Sunday In the trial of 17
prrv offieTs anH one civilian
charged with plotting to seize
K'n" H"s!" "i nvorfhrnv 'he
government last March. Lt. Has Hassan
san Hassan JaHal)-'' nip of ti(
said two armored corps officers
planned the coup.
ANOTHER IIASHMARK COMING UP. Reenllsting for six
J more years In the Navy, boatswain's mate 3rd class Johney L.
Brlnkley (right) of the Balboa Harbor Defense Unit repeats the
oath of enlistment after, his offlcer-ln-charge, Lt. Frank Good Goodwin.
win. Goodwin. Brlnkley, a native of Evansville, Ind has been in the- Navy
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TUESDAY, ALGCST II. U5
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSfAK
I and Otlt
NEWS OF ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES, BIRTHS. PARTIES AND TRAVEL. SHOULD BE MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT WILL EE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 2-0740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.
S1LYLR DOLLAR SHOWER AT FORT AMADOR (LI B
HONOKS BR1DL-ELECT MISS MARY MARJORIE ELI
Miss Mary Marjorie Ely, ho ill wed Mr. Richard Lee
Rrf.ii.n7 of Denver, Colo., on the alternoon of August 28 at the
?ori l'-yio.! I napel. gul of honor at a Saturday morning
brunch at the Eor. Amador Uflicers Open Mess.
Mrs C iflon A. Howell was hostess at the event, assisted by
irs "chaet omhory, Mrs. frank Lerchen and Mrs. Lluabetn
Airs. Tl.omas Jeavons presided
",SlOCAinan am. Miss i'cS nn
'Jit,.. Hoiiii ie "'ll-'s'1'
meiil table was centered with a
. .i.i ,uns.
Mis', Marv 11 chen was
A silver basket filled with sil silver
ver silver (.oiaus was presen.ed io Miss
n-r-riin-i ihp pvent were mis.
Rodney B. Us, motner o. u.c
Rpdney b! Ely, mother of the
bride-elect. Mr. Henr u... -y
h-ri. Roy Slockham Mr. orri
"w'' Hiirhrork Mrs Pauillast evenint after vacalinnizing
Te?TS mS SSy SmnV Mr.fr -veral week, in the States.
Roland Jones, Mrs. Alwyn De-
MG?aSSau0,n Mrf'RussVliiStates for a fewre weeks.
Wise. Mrs. KrneM bilva.
Vle Flijahpth Washburn, Mrs.
Frank Lerchen, Mrs. Thomas
- Jeavons. Mrs. Richard Stncl Stncl-nok
nok Stncl-nok Mrs. Thornton Stepp, Mrs.
James Dillon. Mrs John Nn'an
... i 7nl,nr,. Mrc
fvelvn Gooer Mrs John Nas'at-' The baby's maternal j;rand j;rand-ka
ka j;rand-ka Miss Janet Stockman, Miss paren s ar Mr. and Mrs H-riv-m-Pp'-cv
nn Donovan. Miss Cr-!do Bonilla of Panama City. The
men Smith, Miss Marjorie Smith, I paternal grandfather is Mr. Ro Ro-M"s
M"s Ro-M"s Forest Wise M's- Mary I bert Conrad Kiswetter Sr.
Lerchen and Miss Gloria Ely, sis-
ter f the brxe elect.
Miss Lwin. Mr. Kam
Art Wtd In Anton
,MUs He'"" ,,v,,,r"1 o' rilon be
came uie orine 01 .mi. "mi.m
nf Colon in nuptial serv
ice Saturday afternoon ai sacrcu
jjpT' Chnne' i Servicemen tbelr families and
Attending the couple were the guests, as well as other interested
s'o, o the hi i.'- room Mrs. persons are invited lo parlici parlici-bert
bert parlici-bert Asyi, and his brother in-1 pate in the tournament games.
law. Mi Alexander K. L m Jr.
After the ceremonj a private
reception ior memuers of the fa-
sidence in San Francisco rie la
in v. i e .i ,m. w i ,.i e .veiui-
.ng their honeymoon in Losia ivi ivi-i
i ivi-i a.
US Embassy Official
Returns To Panama.
i ,,-.,. u K.iiman. first secrp-
- ofi(;er flf
- Kmbassy ,n Pa-
Mr. am! Mrs Hobert Kisweter
i Jr. of David announce the birth
r,r thoir first rhild a daughter.
born yesterday at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. She has been named i'atncii.
At Balbex USU JWB
Duplicate bridge wdl be played
this evening at 7:15 at the USO USO-.IHB
.IHB USO-.IHB Armed Forces Service Cen-
- ter in Balba
ALL EXPENSES PAID
Two nights in beautiful Barranquilla,
with hotel and meals included.
Choice of first class hotels
in KINGSTON, OCHO RIOS and
That Old Jamaica Magic all
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Super Connie flights with the
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No. 18-120 Tivoli Ave. at the corner of Calle Rochet
Telephones 2-2956 & 2-3883
Marian Congrats Dtttgatai
S'rt-, Htra Today
Ninety delegates to the annual
Mar;1 i V'or l onaress arrived
here from Bogota today via Avian Avian-ca
ca Avian-ca .(" i ini"-iH)i" slo'-nvpr
A sightseeing tour through Pa Pa-nmi,
nmi, Pa-nmi, md i Hp ("inii Zone
was planned for the visitors, who
depirted a' 2 ivm. for New York.
rl-vcn rup M
Rolltr Skating Party
Members of the tort Clayton Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship participated in a roller
skating par'y last week at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Rollerdrome. Sponsoring
tV" urnui vere '.t. and Mrs.
John P. Ettershank.
Included p 'h" skater- verp
Donna and Mark Des Voigne.
Mir' rv-.rs r?ohrr' -'ng'"' ""d
Mark Lytle, Don Egan, Buddy
loriui" Pa' ."d n.-'. r, W.
Tom Egan. Betsy and Kim Kapp.
and Linda Akins, Guyla Parker.
Laming, Suf Davis. Pat Mr Mr-Guire.
Guire. Mr-Guire. Mel;"dq r,aps. Anril li'mre.
Fran Gladden. Linda Englinton.
Vivki Stackler, Patty Carter
Dnu" Bp'-Bt-rr b-nv Tin Tin-my
my Tin-my Henderson. Bud Batcheldor
and Julv Reeder.
JWH Art CUi
The Art Class ... ...
T'" art rla; will mpe' 'his
evening at 7 p.m. at the Balboa
USO-JWB. This even n-' ras
will precede the uc"ally-sehed
nled Wedneda" meeting, which
has been cancelled.
Th C""l 7nn rchenlA"!'i1
.Sciety will have its monthlv
rrpr,'- thic- pvi "'o in
the library of the USO-JWB Arm-
n-nvn- Onr,,jrp ('.n'-"
All members and prospective
members are urpd to atlend.
.... Buccaneer trails
Blue Mountain breezes at low
off-season rates '.
Visit to the Zoo
1 Large tnakt
4 Younf horse
12 Go astray
7 Hifh explosive
IS Prayer ending to British
14 Sea eagle princess
15 Shade tree n Soaks flax
It Control n Fenced
18 School books 19 Ate
20 Burros 23 Pythias' friend
21 Accomplished 24 Chess piece
22 Revise 25 Toward the
24 Hurt sheltered side
28 Sea mammal i Wait on
27 Small (Scot) 27 Supply place
32 Of the mind
34 Metal worker
39 Religious book
49 Hungrj queue
53 Roman road
1 Malt beverage
2 Heraldic bend
Red-Led Rebels Wipe Out 13 Posts,
Inflict Casualties North Of Laos
TOKYO, (UPI ) The North
Vieiame-e Communists' clairaeu
yesterday that Red led rebels
in nortnern i.aos wiped out 13
government posti, forced loyal
troops to withdraw lrom nine
oherg and inflicted v "hundred!"
ot tasualtes on the detendini
A North Viet Nam News Agen Agency
cy Agency report, monitored in Tokyo,
claimed that vast areas" of
North Laos, including the whole
ol 1 he Mimiig Son District, were
captured from Laotian r 0 y I
U.S. Chief of Naval Operations
Ad m. Arleijjh A. Burke told news newsmen
men newsmen in Washington that tht Lao Laotian
tian Laotian crisis was "very serious."
Asked if the U.S. Navy might be
called into action in the southeast
Asian area, Burke laid: "It
m'lh It's possible.
Burke aid the Navy wai pre prepared
pared prepared to do "whatever is neces necessary"
sary" necessary" If it were called into luch
The Communist, reoort said the
fighting had ipread to Luang
Pnban? in Nir h central vans
and much farther inlasd from the
' aos-Viet Nam border than be
A disnatch from Vientiane. caO'
ltal of Laos, said anxiety wag In
rrr.ijir. 'here in the w'Vp of re reports
ports reports indicating a new flare-up in
th f'ghting with Red Pathet Lao
1 -otnn government officials
confirmed that fightisg was going
over 'he "'pk nrt between
royal and rebel forces in the
p"''"' nrnvincn ot rnongsaiy
and Samneua which border on
North vipt Nam.
FIGHT,wr- "' LED
Bm thr cnm'rin 'nr or the roy
al forces. Brig. Gen. Oun RatH-
t"''l no.ticTim "'pre ws onlv
sporadic fighting between "recon-
nilccnffi "roitfc" bolh ''dps.
I Rattikul saic also that his forces
..'rfrpH n'v a little more
than 100 casualties compared with
Rattikul said that rebel units
"r prncdnn frnn North V't
Nam into the northern part of the
rt 1-lraom o' T.J10S.
The units, he said were from
Prtwi. vnur hahr with
Meiana after every bath and
diaper change, rroieei nis
akin from the cause of Irrita Irritations
tions Irritations and odor. Mexana, with
absorbs, re refreshes,
freshes, refreshes, deo deodorizes
dorizes deodorizes and
clings to the
baby's skin. nm 1A
SATIN CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING
tnt 110 ironing
id In rht link
xlnswtr to Previous Puulo
48 Arrow poison
47 Food fish
1 pill P P MM MM1
& 1 l
B C '"J
r?--f P- 1 gar
LL-t mf u
fnor prf or
n r 51
5T W $
the Communist 316th division
oased at Dien Bieii i'hu, historic
oaitie site 01 lilt iiiuocmna war
near the Laos border, ajnd from
a military uuiig area auo uii
North Viet Nm territory.
ine conilicting miiiury reports
coincided with a buildup by both
siaes 01 charges and counter
charges in the Laotian crisis.
Red Chinese Revamp
Called One Ot Most
Radical Ever Tried
WASHINGTON, -(UPI) Red
China s commune system and de decentralization
centralization decentralization of industry were
describen touay as the "most rad radical
ical radical political, economic and social
reorganization ever attempted in
so snort a time by a large na nation."
tion." nation." The National Planning Assn.
said in a report that develop developments
ments developments in Commun'st China since
early last year have been "so re
volutionary and startling that it
is impossible at this tim to
evaluate them with any sense of
The 106-paee report, written by
A. ijoaiv odi iicli un a KocKeieiler
Foundation grant, said Red"- Chi
na's economic giowiii was "very
impressive" during its first five
year plan whicn ended in laoV.
The reports said Peking's
grow.h cKuns are extremely uu-
ficult to lustify But it said there
was iuiie uouot that the Commun
ists achieved a "sizable spurt" in
production since early 195a.
The report also said Communist
China has dc.h giving lofeign aid
to other natuons despite its own
economic problems. It said this
aid went 10 such Communist doc
members is North Korea, North
Vici .Nam, outer Mongolia, Hun Hungary
gary Hungary and Albania, and to such
non-Commun st countries as Cev Cev-lon,
lon, Cev-lon, Egypt, Cambodia and Nepal.
Short Cut Stork
Drops Baby Bundle
In Missouri Skies
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Mrs.
Huk ic.o. arriv.irf llp, e auer
giving birth to her fourth child on
a pissensei liner in digni, said
today that "this has been exciting
biii 1 don't plan lo 00 it again.''
Eight, pound, four once Suzanne
Ec or was .loi n ,tXH) teet above
the Missouri Panhandle.
Mrs. Ector. 27, a native of Jack
son, Miss., was on her way from
n )i)D c Argenta, b. k,., 10
visit her parents at Sylverens,
M :. 1- ivzafi having labor
pains just after the plane left
t' t 'VlK'i thev grew worse,
she went back to the stewardess'
rn iho stewardess
summoned two men to help and
' -Rby was born a few minutes
Two -er-old David Ector, trav traveling
eling traveling with his mother, went on to
.)" I si wliorc his grand
parents met him. The other two
ytnr ',' yp-r-old Don and
3-yrar-olti Miriam, are at home in
Canada with their father.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NIA Service
VAQ10 97 W
K10 A J7S
4 Q 10 1 7 S 4
No one vulnerable
grath West NrU Km.
14 1 14 Jss
3 4 Pass 4 4 Pass
6 4 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead 4 S
In a recent team of four, a
Noun-5uu.ii pair Did scientuically
but must ineffectively to land in
an unmakeaoie live club contract.
Their bidding is shown in the
box. North though, he was too
strong to raise hit partner imme immediately.
diately. immediately. Then when South rebit
his clubs North has tempted to
pass but finally decided to raise
to four whereupon South com completed
pleted completed the dip in the soup by go going
ing going on to five.
At the other table the bidding
may not have been scientific but
it certainly was effective. North
gave an immediate club raise
afier West's overcall and South
went to two no-trump in spite of
the single on.
As I have pointed out many
times you can't get to a no-trumo
game unless someone bids no no-trump
trump no-trump and South did have the
hearts nicely stopped.
Nor'h's rls to three nOrtrump
was perfectly normal and it. was
to to West to make the opening
tf he had nut his hnd on a
diamond South would have been
t bu Wet was r"lv 1o'dng Jt
13 cards. He opened the three of
South rattled off three spade
anH :x club tricks and that was
Q Tht bidding has ben.
SMtb Waal Nartfc
14 Pass 14 JV
14 4 V 44 Pass
You South, hold:
4S7S4 ( KQ1IS 4AK14
What do you do?
A Doable. Tow Ua to pw
trrnmp and see If East ea sal sal-rage
rage sal-rage anything froaa the wreck
East has opened tht bidding
with one spadt. You, South, hold:
411 VAKlOtiS 4K1 4t
What do you do?
Ky. Strikers Plead
Guilty To Violence
During Coal Strike
LEXINGTON. Ky., Aug. (UPI)
seven United Mine Workers
Union members pleaded xguilty
yesterday to charges they violat violated
ed violated a restraining order forbid-
ing violence against the L. and
N. Railroad in connection wnn
the eaatern Kentucky coal
The pleat were entered at a
U.S. District Court 'hearing
here. One UMW member in the
Pleading guilty in the case
group pleaded innocent,
eld strike were Andy Feltner,
growing out of the five-month-Paul
Herd and Eli Sumner, all
of Vicco, Ky.; Alberto Coots and
Andy Williams of Kodak, Ky;
and Green Farler and William
Perkins of Hazard. Ky.
Luther Francis of Hazard
The cases of four others were
continued. They are under 525. 525.-000
000 525.-000 bond pending trial at Plke Plke-vllle,
vllle, Plke-vllle, Ky., on charges of violat violating
ing violating the federal train wreck
statute. They arg Wld Page
Charlie Holland, Irvln Peanuis
Napier and John Stldham all of
Then L. and N. obtained the
lnjuction laat April on tht basis
of evidence that pickets had In
terfered with operation of the
the mines in -the strike area
railroad, which serves many of
and that in some cases train
men had been shot at.
On Japan Peaks
KOFU, Jipan, Aug. (UPI)
About 170 mountain-climbers
are awaiting rescue in Japan's
southern peaks ponce saia to today.
day. today. They were marooned in the
mountains by typhoons Ellen
It was feared may of the
climbers were out of food sup supplies.
plies. supplies. The Air Defense forces
were atked to airdrop food
supplies in the mountains be beginning
ginning beginning today.
JERUSALEM. Israeli Sector
(UPI) Ara.. pleasure is delaying
the takeover of two Israeli frig
atea ourchased by Ceylon, in
formed sources reported Sunday,
Th 1 040-tnt. tevionese m n f
.....ma uaroirrimi rarrvinej
more than too Crviones? navy
men, is report, to have been
held up at Aden tince Aug. 4.
It will cost at least $1,000,000
to guard Nikita Khrushchev
while he's in America. Security
experts estimate that he'll have a
minimum of M men protecting
him at all times. .The most in interesting
teresting interesting telephone calls back backstage
stage backstage at the Westbury Music Fair,
where "Oklahoma!" is the cur current
rent current attraction, have com from
Dick Cowell just divorced by
Gail Whitney ti Georgia Hayes,
who it featured in th cast. Stu Students
dents Students of Dick's temperament
don't believe he'd make those ex expensive
pensive expensive transatlantic calls if he
weren't rightfully attracted to the
Some of the employes of the
Chase Manhattan Bank think the
future Mrs. Steven Rockefeller
Anne Marie Rasmussen worked
among them during 1951. althouah
none of the official press releases
noted that phase of her career,
if it existed.
Those is the crew nf "The Vn.
gitive Kind" say it will be a mir
acle if Anna Mamani doesn't haul
off and sock Marlon Brando be before
fore before the film is canned. Anna and
Marlon appear to adore each
other, personally and profession professionally,
ally, professionally, but she's just getting hip to
the fact that when he was "help "helping"
ing" "helping" her with her English, he't
been teaching her naughty words
and confusing her with double double-talk.
talk. double-talk. Jack Carson's !. vo. ...,
n" been enlivened by the pulch-
wu'uuinu., presence of chorine Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Del Roy. .Insiders main main-tun
tun main-tun the Communists gent Klaus
Fuchs to Peioint rather than
Moscow becausx th t....,i.
don't quite trust him themselves.
me very ract mat the British re re-ieased
ieased re-ieased the famed spy and tent
mm back throueh th iron rir.
tain made some Ijip Russians feel
he might be a central inr. in
one of those fantastic F.noll.h
Vicki Tavlor. beautiful
of fi-?her Jake La Motta. h
found a new romance wifh rir...
mssnsie Boh Stronp Wriw
Quentin Reynolds and his Ginnie
are supposed to have arrived at
an amicable separation, but you'd
never have belirvri w ...
them dining together at the Four
When Jack Pearl starts rehear rehearsals
sals rehearsals next month for hvs role in
the Paddy Chayefsky play. "The
Tenth Man." he'll have every pro
in town rooting for him. The giant
reasons: he's a darling fellow,
and the part will mark his 49th
er in snow business. Urtcn'tt.
oarooi ano ner producer, Raoul
Levy, were supposed to. show up
Hennings Opens Drive To Get
Vote On Civil Rights Bill
WASHINGTON, -(UPI)- Sen.
Thonut 1. nennings jr. (D-mu.)
openeu a drive iouy to oypass
the southern dominated Senate
juuiciary commute anu loice a
Senate vo.e this year on civil
He ottered an eight-point civil
rigats oui s an iiieuuiiient u
legislation pending on the Senate
caieiiuai'. me maneuver was
aimed at getting tht bill printed.
Aiier uut nenuings cau oner it
as an amendment to any bill (hat
comes oeioie uie benaie.
Hennings said ha was reluctant
to stun uuai Senate proceuures.
But he said some members of tht
juuiciary comm.uee were deter
mined that no substantial bill
ever would be approved. He
charged that tht committee had
"baiaeu ano filled, marened and
counter-marched" for weeks.
ine committee has been nolding
intermittent sessions with no sign
Ot action torthcoming. Hennings
told, the Senat that, thanks o
"technical delaying tactics," the
committee s no nearer approval
of a bill than when his Constitu Constitu-tonal
tonal Constitu-tonal Rights suocommittee ap
proved a mild two-part measure
some weeks tn.
Hennings offered the broader
civi rign iegislat on as an
amendment to a pending bill
which wo" id make aoiustmen s in
the jurisdiction of federal courts.
ihs measure was saonsored by
Sen. John L. McClellan D-Ark.
na has been aDnrove' by the
Senate government operations
com -n' tie
Indications were that once the
Hennings amendment i
he might try to attach it to a.
"o..Se 'oorove'' bill coming be-;
fore the Senate since such a move!
mi!,m P, u parliamentary path 1
in the House
offered the civil
rights proposal, Hennings told
with Republican and
Wide Like Russia
LONDON Aug. Dressmaker
Charles Creed said today he
knew a Kremlin secret Mrs,
Nlklta 6. Khruschchev's measu measurements.
rements. measurements. The Dally Express newspaper
said Creed planned to make a
dress for the plump wife of the
premier and deliver lt to her
Creed refused to say wheie
nm nnLKiiiEn ine iitnuxurriiTriiis.
Asked to reveal them, he re
plied, well, let's Just say they
I are like Rusaia-wlds."
THE VOC OF
by Dorqihy Killgalltn
at the Film Festival in Russia
but Brigitte has Queen Eliza Elizabeth's
beth's Elizabeth's very good reason for can cancelling
celling cancelling tht jaunt.
Tht smart disc buyers art pur purchasing
chasing purchasing the Columbia album in
which the Mexican company of
"My Fair Lady" doea its ttuff.
Muy bueno. iCarol Channlng so
longer believes diamonds art a
girl's best friend. She and het
husband, Charles Lowe, are scout scouting
ing scouting the Las Vegas area for a
Maila Nurmi, who plays Vam Vampire,
pire, Vampire, writes her letters on ma macabre
cabre macabre stationery, which featurs
a picture of herself sitting atop a
coffin. She's a boo-tiful irl. .
Some of. Joyce Mathews' chums
stoutly maintain she wouldn t
have gone through with her plant
to divorce Billy Rose if he'd
met her at the airport when sje
returned from Europe. He didn't,
and that's supposed to Hava set
off the fuse that exploded tht
The prize for the most novel
show business name of the week
has to go to the singer who calls
herself Marion Haste. .Jimmie
Rodgers has fallen in love with
the slow pace. He'll buy a horsa
and buggy for his place in Ca California.
lifornia. California. The forthcoming flicker "On
the Beach," which deals rather
frighteningly with a world doom doomed
ed doomed to extinction by radioactive
dust resulting from an atomie
war. won't reach the screens of
Moscow and Warsaw until our
State Department hat viewed the
movie and tiven It the offlHal
okay. .Hll hath no fury like
that of a theatrical agene? which
has lost an actor after it's placed
him In a TV series. For instance,
the William Morris office is in a
swivet because Steve McQueen,
nervous when there was no cine cinema
ma cinema activity, moved to MCA and
immediately got a part in a Si Sinatra
natra Sinatra picture.
Teenage sinter Frankle Avi Inn
really isn't the greatest trumnn
olayer since Bix Biederbecke
but Buddy Rich and hit crew ,t
the kid think he was a geniotis
when he sat in with them at At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City.
Roger Smith, tht star of "7
Sunset Strin," was tagged at an
upcoming luminary by this de de-partment
partment de-partment when he played a small
role in "Operation Mad Ball".
Tom Chamales and Helen O'On O'On-nell
nell O'On-nell have reconciled as of the
latest report, but their marital"
nisiory is so nectic none of the;:
friends really believes In the hik.
leaders on tht tdmiat of the show showdown.
down. showdown. Those discussions might
well involve a possible compro compro-mist
mist compro-mist civil rights measure which
would command broad support.
Senate Republican leader Evtr Evtr-ett
ett Evtr-ett M Dirksen 111. already hat
said ht favors bypassing tht Ju Ju-daciary
daciary Ju-daciary Committee.
Democratic leader Lyndon B.
Johnson has .pleoged that th. Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate would have a chanct to vote
on a civil rights bill.
Fire Breaks Out
Galley, Venl System
NEW LONDON. Conn mpu
A fire brokt out in tht galley of
"he atomic submarine Triton April
7, tht Navy disclosed today.
The Navy sain the fire started
when a deep fat fryer was etnf
tested in the worldrs largest tub tub-marine.
marine. tub-marine. Three crew members, Lt.
George A Sawyer Jr., sontrmin
first class Geor-e W. McDaniel
and englneman first class Donald
R. Qu'ck -vere commended last
week for their speedy action la
ext'-'uishlng the blaze, lt was re revealed.
vealed. revealed. Th 'ire spread from the gal galley
ley galley into the ventilation Unci of
' crew'. me- aoem-dlnt to the
"vy report, wnicn did not say
'he submarine was during
' lir.-,VT "cioseo. yesieraay a
'uPtu"d w,,trp1? bo, th
J" m An atomic
marine, partly flooded a compart-
, . pi- -hi aim wat SUD-
mon hs sso. There were nn in
v. l.CfTAUUIIUIMIIU tuut
In Senator's Poll
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Sent.
John E. Kennedy and Stuart Sy Sy-m
m Sy-m .iKtu ...1 .--i.uitu. among
Ohio Democrats for their party's
(resident. ai nomination, accord accord-ng
ng accord-ng to a poll conducted by San.
biphen .... ouig tU-Ohlo).
Each received US first choice
votes .ui aymmglon received six
more second choict votes than
Young, who released the re-
su'i.s ,tcraav. sent question-
niirii in mii ipmnrriuc rouniT
, chairmen and secretaries at well
1 off et holaers throughout th
ITESDAT, AUGUST M, lMlX
rrm FAKAMA AMERICA AN lKJPgPENDEyrr DAILY KIWSPAPEi
NEXT TIME TAKE IT EASY
TAKE THE TRAIN
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Every Wednesday b Thursday
sl.25 BTr $.75
Sflt. Donald B. Huff
Takes Field Training
GRAFENWOHR. ( AHTNC) Ar-
mv Set. Donald B. Huff, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maenner B. Huff
of Balboa Heights, is participat participating
ing participating in a lengthy large-scale field
training exercise witn tne n Ar Armored
mored Armored Division in Grafenwohr,
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PAINTING DISCUSSED John De Noia (left), cultural attache of the U.S. Embassy, and Mrs.
De Nola talk with Panamanian artist Guillermo Trujillo about one of his paintings which are
being displayed at the National Museum.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The critical valuts of Clartnc "Beep" Salitr
ar bastd on an innato talent for painting. Hii works havt boon ex exhibited
hibited exhibited in Now Haven, Tucson, and Cincinnati, and in Latin Ameri.
ca, in Valparaiso and Santiago, Chile, and in Panama where he was
tent by the Department of State to help in the formation of a thea theatrical
trical theatrical group at the University of Panama.
By CLARENCE 'BEEB" SALZER
Young Panamanian artist, Gui Guillermo
llermo Guillermo Trujillo, is now exhibiting
a group of oil paintings at .the
National Museum. Their interest
for the public lies not only in the
fact that they are by a local art artist
ist artist nor because they are hand hand-gome
gome hand-gome and appealing paintings, but
also because they demonstrate an
artist's search for expression
through several periods of his
Trujillo, painting here in Pana Panama
ma Panama and in Spain, presents can canvases,
vases, canvases, richly textured, which have,
the warmth and friendlines of an
"old adobe wall. His textures are
.always subtle, willing to become
a part of the painting rather than
a. reason for the painting. And is
his more recent works, the tex textures
tures textures are allowed to act as inde inde-,
, inde-, pendent but quiet voices, creating
a kind of counterpoint to the other
, voices of form and color.
While the use of texture in these
paintings reveals Truiillo's skill
and growing sophistication in this
skill, h's use -of form and color
more clearly divides his work into
, discernable periods.
The least interesting period it
his earlier work for it is the
most imitative. But lik a nov novel,
el, novel, it is best to know what hap happens
pens happens In the beginning to that
the later, more exciting, chap chap-'
' chap-' tert can beund erttood.
'lueeB tiii.ti Yvuiua re in an
abstract style, darK sumoer areas
Dru&eu Oy uccd&iuudi xiaauen ux
brigut red or yellw. 'ine color
leiauuiisiupb ait; always taoiLiiu
anu some times exciting. The au au-isi
isi au-isi was leoin.y Hi:, iuui, uyiiig
his talent, and learning, in au au-jaact,
jaact, au-jaact, lorin, a vocaDiuary oi vis visual
ual visual expressions.
irujmos next period is related
in color to his abstract,, works,
bill lecogmzauie iiuis oegm u
appear. Still using dark colors
(especially a lavome oiue tone;,
he introduces squarec llaUeneu
human figures which are rather
siaue ana ini prisoned in t n e l r,
abstract format. Nevertheless
tney are able u, project a Siory
of human life and human exper experience.
ience. experience. Transposing these same figures
im,o tus latest ( penou, 'irujillo
piacea mem in a space tnat nas
air and atmosphere. He uses a
light yellow and brown palette
wii.c. nas warmth am. subtilty.
It is in these works that texture
achieves life ot. its own, acting
s color in one place and form in
another. The figures, freed irom
the abstract composition and from
heavy constrasting colors, comes
to lite. They ai once become
more a part of the picture and at
the same time, more real, more
moving, and more human. And
there is light in these later pic pictures
tures pictures so that the figures are mov moving
ing moving in light and air.
In the half-way-world between
reality and abstraction, move movement
ment movement can give wonder and sur surprise
prise surprise to a painting. The sense of
movement sets free an abstract abstracted
ed abstracted area and permits it to make
a miraculous transition between
a moment frozen by inanimate
LONDON (UPl)-The Commu Communist
nist Communist Chinese newspaper "Peoples
Daily" charged Sunday the cur current
rent current Santiago conference of foreign
ministers is bemg held to "pre "prepare
pare "prepare the ground for further inter intervention
vention intervention against Cuba."
pigment and a living event, creat created
ed created by the artist and felt by his
public. In his later paintings, Tru Tru-lillo
lillo Tru-lillo achieves this movement
through his subtile coloring. The
figures he paints can move freely
into the space that surrounds
them. This space is less fixed,
less formal than in his other
works and provides unexpected
The more subfile and control controlled
led controlled use of color, the masterful
disregard for formal composi composition,
tion, composition, point to the fact that Tru Trujillo
jillo Trujillo has learned his rules of
grammar, has control of his vo vocabulary
cabulary vocabulary and is beginning to
say something. Too often an
artist learnt techniques only to
repeat what has gone before
him. Trujillo has comething of
hit own to say.
Exactly what Trujillo is able to
convey in his latest paintings will,
happily, be highly personal to
each individual. He strikes an e e-motional
motional e-motional nerve through his handl handling
ing handling Oi enigmatic ngures wmcn
are together in the composition
dui suangeiy distant, so mat
there is a .comment by Trujillo
aoout the relationship of the m m-uiviaual
uiviaual m-uiviaual to ms worm and to his
fellow man. As so often is the
case in good art, many respons responses
es responses are possioie noia uiese paint paintings.
ings. paintings. It cuuld be said that man is
loiever separa.eu irom otners or
possibly exactly the reverse, that
men are neia together Dy unseen
Wnatever reactions these paint paintings
ings paintings excite, they are based on Pa
namanian experiences, mere are
the warm hazy tones of sun
througn humia air. Ana there are
the undertones of joy and humjr
breaking the surface of even the
most serious of these works. Tru
jillo's paintings certainly have
qualities ior international appre appreciation
ciation appreciation but here in Panama it is
easy "to recofenize the sources of
The National Museum of Pana
ma can be proud of this exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition Of a Panamanian artist and
should be encouraged by the
growth ot the artist. And the
people of Panama can be grate-
iui for this privilege of seing the
excellent paintings of Guillermo
'Old Reb' Holds
Weakly On To Life,
Refuses To Eat
HOUSTON, Tex. Aug. (UPI)
"Old Reb" Walker Green
Williams today held weakly to
the life has had for 116 years.
Mrs. Willie Mae Bowles, one
of Williams' 19 children, said
her father's condition was un unchanged."
changed." unchanged." "He's just getting weaker and
wpaker Mrs Bowler, said.
"The end could come anytime."
Mrs. Bowles, who has cared
for the last survivor of the Ci Civil
vil Civil War for the past three
vpars satH thp nlrl snlriipr still
refused to take nourishment.
She said she had to force-
feed him with an eyedropper
over the weekend.
"He's unconscious most of the
time," Mrs. Bowles said. "He
doesn't talk h'ardlv at all anv-
more. Just to sav 'water' every
oiten, she saia.
It has been a week since
Williams' physician said it was
only a matter oi days rjeiore
the end. "But he has fooled us
before," said Dr. Russell Wolfe
recalling Williams' recent vic
tory in a bout witn pneumonia
The training is designed to test
the rnmhat readiness of the 4th
Armored Division, a part c the
NATO shield of defense in Euro Europe.
pe. Europe. Huff, a gunner in Battery A of
the division's 14th Artillery in
Furth, entered the Army in July
1957, received Dasic training at
Fort Hood, Tex., and arrived in
Europe the following January.
The 22-year-old soldier is a 1955
graduate of Balboa High School
and attended Rensselaer Poly Polytechnic
technic Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N. Y.
Oi Panama Lauded
In Local Magazine
nutstandinsr professional wom
en in Panama have been spot spotlighted
lighted spotlighted In the latest edition of
PanamaThis Montn, wnicn was
distributed this week.
The magazine's cover depicts
Natasha Sucre, youne dancer
and budding scientist. Other
pictures and articles presented
by editor Hindi Diamond de.
scribe Dr. Maria Ester VUlalaz
of Santo Tomas Hospital: Mrs.
Clara Behringer, juvenile court
judge; Phyllis Fonev industrial
engineer; Melida Sepulveda.
newswoman; Mrs. Yolanda de
Dovo, beauty counsellor; Mrs.
Carmela Kraus, bank manager.
Rosita Palacio, architect-business
woman; Mrs. Rosario Sa Sa-rasqueta,
rasqueta, Sa-rasqueta, labor chief: Mrs. Ceci Cecilia
lia Cecilia Remon, congressman; Elsa
Valdes, welfare chief: Eugenia
Caridad Granda, airline hostess;
Mrs. Vilma Arias, public rela relations
tions relations chief; Jean Holmes, sports
woman; Elba Collazos, advertis advertising
ing advertising agency assistant; and Judy
Parada. secretary, public relations.
t?, """ ""i 'v ,'""""""'"''
FIRST IN EITHER DIRECTION SECOND
CLASS BETWEEN PANAMA & COLON CLASS
LV. PANAMA 9:55 A.M. COLON 9:45 A.M.
SERVING THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA SINCE 1J55.
ENDS U.S. TOUR Lucho Azcarraga, Panama's outstanding
organist, returned here last week after a successful tour of the
United States during which he Introduced Panamanian folk
music to thousands of Americans. The popular Lucho displays
above his latest LP album, "Bailando en Panama," which he
recorded during the Stateside visit. The album goes on sale this
week at all Panama record stores.
NOT WHATCHAMACALLIT. BUT DUBBIDOBBER-Air-
craft worker Sarge Signer displays a dubbidobber, part of tha
seat-ejection mechanism of North American's experimental
X-15 rocket plane. While working on the craft in Los Angeles,
Signer found that the 10-cent part didn't have a name. People
called it "whatchamacallit," Signer didn't like that and began
calling it a "dubbidobber." Why? "It just looked like a
dubbidodder," said Signer. Now the part is officially called that.
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Presided over by AIDA I another gay court
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lam Jone Preserves Another San Francisco Win
(Iliad an 325 Officii! at Rati)
Game Hint Of Thrills To Come
FCoryn (" )
toothpick Chewing Hurler
iling Uji Overtime Work
Editor! CONRADO SARGEANT
Hv TIM M0R1ARTY
NEW YORK, Aujj. 18 (UPI) Sad Sam Jones
Fpilinjr up plcntv of overtime work in the San Fran Franco
co Franco Giants' bid'for the National League pennant.
'anager Bill Kinney
toothpick cneu ins i isi"11""1"
"in last night at Cincinnati and
Sam came through with two
'ngs of hitlcss ball to preserve
-3 victorv over the Reds.
, was Jones' third inching ap
,rance in San Francisco's last
j games and enabled the Giants
,pen a three game lead over the
Mid-place Los Angeles Dodgers,
, split a twilight-night aouhle aouhle-8r
8r aouhle-8r at Milwaukee
Mies pitched seven innings at
fcago last Friday, took Saturday
land then relieved against the
Sunday. He was ha"k in the
;pen last night and got a hurry-
rail from Rigney alter me v..-
I broke a 3-3 tie with a two run
Jrt in the top of the eighth.
ffcTh robbar armad vataran
&m4 throonh tha last two in in-tgt
tgt in-tgt to lava Stu Millar's sevanth
itory of tha taason againit six
. t.. Millar had raliavaa ith-
5 Mik McCormick in tha fifth
ling whan tha Reds icorad all
iir run by bunching fiva of
lr lfl hits.
lie Giants, meanwhile, ham ham-ed
ed ham-ed loser Jim O'Toole and Jay
k for 14 hits, including four by
'ielder Jackie Brandt,
he Braves, opening an impor impor-:
: impor-: five-game net against Los An An-g
g An-g and San Francisco this week,
ed to an 8-1 victory over the
jgers In the first game of their
ibill but dropped the second
le 4-3, on a seventh inning hom hom-jy
jy hom-jy Don Zimmer.
lihl, who hasnot lost to the
Igers in Milwaukee since 1955,
wed only two hits over the
t six innings and wound up
l a seven-hitter. TIank Aaron,
Adcock and Eddie Mathews
lered to pace a 10-hit Milwau-
i the second game, the Braves
iped off to a 3-0 lead in the first
ng but the Dodgers milled even
i three runs in the fifth. Wally
)0 led off the seventh with a
it over the left field screen to
reliever Johnny Podres his
i victory of the season,
he Pittsburgh Pirates took over
repossession .of fourth place in
N.L. by edging the Chicago
is, 7-8. and the St. Louis Cardi-
outlasted the Philadelphia
Hies, 3-4. The Detroit Tfgers
3d the Cleveland Indians, 5-4,
the only scheduled American
Tha Piratas soottad tha Cubs
back to win with a aift run in
titavanth inning. Dick Groat
rd tha dacisiva markar whan
walkad and cimi all tha way
uend at convartad catchar Earl
ftrill Jr. fialdad a bad-bounca
iglo to laft by Robarto Claman-
J ...its Hie
FELIPE M0TTA e HIJO
Tel. 3-7008 Balboa Boulevard, Tanama
ta and tossad wild'y an tha
Stout relief pitching by Lmdy
McDaniel enabled the Cardinals to
fight off the Phillies, who made it
close with a four run rally in the
ninth inning. St. Louis registered
its decisive run in the sixth on
J W. Porter's double, an infield
out and Curt Flood's sacrifice fly.
Paul Fovtack of the Tigers,
knocked out of the box in Sunday's
washed out game against Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, came back to whip Ihe In Indians
dians Indians as he scattered eight hits
and struck out seven.
Fovtack got off to another shaky
start when the Indians blasted him
for three runs in the second inning.
But the Tigers scored three in the
sixth to open a 4 3 lead then push pushed
ed pushed across their winning run in the
seventh on singles by Charlie Max Maxwell
well Maxwell and Gail Harris and Lou Ber Ber-beret's
beret's Ber-beret's sacrifice fly.
Hooman Names Men
He's (ounlinn On
As 'Olmedo Beaters'
CHESTNUT HILL. Mass. (UPI)
Harry Hopman. r.on playing
captain of the Australian team
which oualified to meet the Unit
ed States in the Davis Cup chal
lenge round, thinks he has tnree
players canable of eating l.
ace Alex Olmedo.
Hopman nut the finger on Neale
Fraser. Rod Laver. ano (toy
Emerson as potential Olmecio Olmecio-beatefs
beatefs Olmecio-beatefs in the wake of the Aus Aus-sies'
sies' Aus-sies' 4 1 rout of India in the in in-terzon?
terzon? in-terzon? finals which concluded
'If we are in form, we can do
it,' said Hooman, looking forward
to the challenge round at Forest
Bills. N.Y., Aug. 28-30. Olmedo,
the Peruvian resident of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles who won two singles
matches and teamed in a doubles
triumph in the U.S. cup win over
Australia, onee again, in the key
man the Aussies mOlt beat:
Soulhpaw Fraser emerged as
kingpin of the latest Kangaroo
country triumph. He whipped both
members of the Indian" team,
Pamanathan Krishnan and Prem Prem-iit
iit Prem-iit Lall, in singles and joined
Emerson to score the key doubles
point. Laver added the fourth
point after the best-offive series
actually was settled by taking the
Krishanan, India's only scorer
he topped Laver, was no match
for the sharpserving Fraser. He
bowed in straight sets, 6-2, 6-3
6 4. in the fast time of an hour
and seven minutes.
C Aft R
115 469 SI
111 346 46
119 499 103
115 459 43
117 440 66
116 437 78
115 460 74
115 433 63
117 440 82
114 433 91
Cun'ham, St. L,
Boyer, St. L.
Cepeda, S. F.
White, St. L.
Mays, S. F.
Wood ling, Balti.
Maris, K. C.
Mantle. N. Y.
Tuttle, K. C.
Runs Batted In
Banks, Cubs 115
Robinson, Reds 102
Aaron, Braves 95
Bell. Reds 93
Mathews, Braves 80
Killebrew, Senators 91
Colavito. Indians 89
Jensen, Red Sox 86
Maxwell, Tigers 77
Malzone, Red Sox 76
Banks, Cubs 37
Mathews, Braves 34
Aaron, Braves 31
Robinson, Reds 27
Cepeda, Giants 23
Killebrew, Senators 36
Colavito, Indians 35
Allison, Senators 27
Lemon. Senators 26
Maxwell, Tigers 26
(Basad an 14 ar Mara Daemons)
W L Pet.
Face, Pirates 15 0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants ... 16 7 .696
Drvsdale, Dodgers ... 15 7 .682
Law, Pirates 13 7 .650
Mizell, Cards 12 7 .632
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn, White Sox
Lary, Tigers .
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" R O D A N
Power Alone Isn't Enough
To Be A Topnoteh Golfer
By: GEORGE BAYER
(Courtast of "Provisional
Golfar" August 15)
I hope no one thinks me unduly
immodest when I tell you I get a
lot of satisfaction out of being
known as the longest hitter in
But, I'd rather be known as a:
guy who hits the ball like Byron
When I first started on the PGA j
Tour, back in 1955, it was fun
winning a few driving contests
and maybe $100 to $200 for doing
My tee shots still average about
280 yards, even though I don't
consciously strive to maintain my
reputation as golf's "home run"
In the 1957 Eastern Open, I
won a driving contest with a 300 300-yard
yard 300-yard clout. Once I hit a spectator
standing near the green, 276 yards
from the tee.
I guess about the longest drive
I ever hit was in Sydney, Austra Australia.
lia. Australia. That one went about 500
yards, but of course the fairway
was like concrete, much of the
hole ran downhill and I had a
But I soon learned I couldn't
meet expenses just being a long
knocker and then finishing out of
the money by a couple of shots in
a 72-hole tournament.
So, I studied the fellows who
were winning the big ones.
First, I discovered the smart
ones used the right club with a
They didn't try to overpower
the ball. They were seldom guilty
Next, I found 1 was out of posi
lion because I was afraid of
duck hooking, which I used to do
Most of this trouble came be because
cause because I was trying to choke the
club to death, but I didn't know
I have large hands, and when
I started out, I used stock equip.
ment, because I didn't know any
Then my friends on the Mac-
Gregor Advisory Staff began
working on me and recommend
ed bigger grips.
Now I can hold on. I don't have
to squeeze the club and it's a big
Since then. I guess I have finish
ed in the money about 75 per cent
of the time.
The more I watched others, and
the more I played I learned I
had to develop the rhythm that
was best suited to me, consider
ing my build, my hands, my
God-given strength and all the
Today, I think I'm getting to a
point where I'm using the right
club for the right shot.
I never use a 9-iron for any
thing over 120 yards, but mostly
BALBOA 6:15 7:45
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Wed. "The Last Hurrah"
Wed. "Foxiest Girl In Paris"
Four" & "Little
with Lana Turner
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I'll use that club when I'm 100 to
110 yards from the hole.
I also discovered how to look
over a hole to determine how
much shaft to let out and almost
never try to fiy one unless I've
got acres of room, in case some something
thing something goes wrong and I'm off line.
Thank goodness 1 no longer am
afraid of duck-hooking.
Only in an exhibition, anymore,
do I try to hit a ball as hard as
I can, still keeping in mind I
must maintain the rhythm I feel
is best for me.
Luckily that was in my mind
when 1 was called to the lee in
the driving contest at the Masters,
and I was fortunate enough to hit
two real big ones, 301 and 321
vards In win first nri?e
That was, as I remarked ear earlier,,
lier,, earlier,, a great deal of satisfaction
to me, but I'd still like to be con consistently
sistently consistently among the top money
That's the stamp of a good golf golfer.
er. golfer. Giants Recall Days
Playing The Line
For Dallas Texans
WESTMINSTER, Md. (UPI)
The prospect of playing the New
York Giants in the Cotton Bowl at
Dallas Friday night brought a flood
of memories funny and other otherwise
wise otherwise lo Art Donovan and Gino
Marchetti of the Baltimore Colts.
Donovan, a 270-pound defensive
tackle, and Marchetti. a 240-oound
defensive end, will trot into the
Cotton Bowl this week as all league
stars for the National League
champions. It was a different
story back in 1952 when thev slav
ed in Texas for the Dallas, Texas,
an N.F.L. entrv that folded after
winning one of 12 games that year.
Looking back on that season to today,
day, today, both Donovan an Marchetti
singled out Coach Jim Phelan,
realizing the shortage of money,
called off practice so we could cash
our checks as quickly as possible."
"And how about that Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Dav in Akron?" Marchetti
asked with a grin. "The crown
was so small that Jimmy suggest suggested
ed suggested that usual introductions be droo drooped
ped drooped and the players go up into the
stands and meet the fans indivi individually."
dually." individually." "That," said Donovan, "was the
only game we won all year. We up upset
set upset th Chicago Bears."
"Remember our last game of
that 1952 season, Art?" Marchetti
asked. "The Detroit Lions were
leading us bv seven tourhdowns
when we finallv score our first late
in the game. Phelan enthusiastical enthusiastically
ly enthusiastically informed the bench, 'all right.
jgang, now we'll take 'em' Jimmy
was quite a guy.
COCO SOLO 7:00
Wed. "The Defiant Ones"
V John Wayne
"THE QUIET MAN"
Wed. Murder by Contract"
k Bill Williams
"SPACE MASTER XT'
Thurs. "The Abductors"
amp Bierd 7:00
'The Big Caper'
and "The Girl
in The Black
THE BLACK PATCH
with O. Montgomery
with James Cagney
FLIGHT TO LISBON
with Errol Flynn
By EARL WRIGHT
That "sudden death" classic the
Baltimore Colts and New York
Giants played last December ap apparently
parently apparently was just a hint of
thrills to come in the National
NFL teams played four exhibi exhibitions
tions exhibitions during the week end. Each
was won by four points or less
and each was decided in the tinal
Even in steaming August wealh
er, these tight warmups remind
ed pro lootball addicts of last
Dec. 28. That was the day Balti
mre tid New York with seven
seconds to go at Yank Sladium
aiid won the league title in over overtime,
time, overtime, 23-17, in what some ob observers
servers observers call the best football
game ever nlayed.
iu Saturday night's action, Walt
Kowdlczyk's 43-yard scoring dash
in t.'ie final minutes gave lin
Philade'phia Eagles a 21-17 vic victory
tory victory over New York; Zeke Brat Brat-lowski's
lowski's Brat-lowski's 37 yard pass to Rick Z
sers with 41 seconds to go en
abied the Chicago Bears to ed?
toe Green Bay Packers, 19-16,
and John Crow's 71-yard run in
the last four minutes gave th.-;
Chicago Cardinals a 21-19 triumph
.ver the Detroit Lions.
Just 10 seconds remained when
Sunday's only game was decide.
Eddie LeBaron, the league's
smallest quarterback at 165
Dounds, directed u drive that guve
the Washington Redskins a 24-20
lead with less than a minute to
go. Y.A. Tittle, the bald-headed
32-year old who runs the San
Francisco Forty-Niner offense,
then fired a 10-yarder to Clyde
Conner with 10 seconds remain
ing for a 27-24 triumph.
In the only other exhibitions
matching NFL teams this sum summer,
mer, summer, the Lions and Los Ange'es
Rams played a 20-20 tie while
the Pittsburgh Steelers snapoed
a 20-20 tie in the final minutes
to geat the Cleveland Browns,
Those first six exhibitions indi indicate
cate indicate the league's 1959 division
races will be as tight as new
The Albrook Flyers have made
it anybody's race in the PAF
o;isKC iali scramble, as they up upset
set upset the league-leading Clayton
Cavaliers last night 84-82 on the
Flyer court. It broke a nine-game
winning streak by the Cavaliers,
who were last beaten July 21 by
the same Flyer squad on the
same court 95-79. The victory
tightened the PAF race to the
point where only a game and a
half separated the first three
Flyers coach Lou Shealy tried
a new defense, in an attempt to
s'oo the iumn shot of Skip
Kroeger and his ball feeding to
Dick Kyllo under the basket, bv
switching his lineup around and
"utt'na the tall tn S eohensnn on
Kroeger and little Bill Agan to
As the score indicates, it work worked,
ed, worked, and accur'cv from the free
throw line on the Flyer part help helped
ed helped the fi"i! tiv. Kroger wis
held to his smallest total of the
ve-r. 19 markers, while Agan keDt
Kyllo's total to 14.
Tim different" wa definitely
on the line where the Flyers
nn-ip 2fi of 37 attemi's n offset
their of field goals. Bob Richard Richardson
son Richardson nbyed a fine aroe at for forward
ward forward to help his Clayton mates
alone ho hi' ? noin's were no'
enough. Lloyd Hopwood snapped
O'tt of sTtHn? rrhi''nrt'nn
slump, by hitting 22 points for the
The Amador Troopers won their
fe 'i ame nr t" scon, three
of these agabist the Army At At-"
" At-" fV-o--, fr It Vat 'he
Falcons at Amador 83-71. For For-wurr
wurr For-wurr eor'1 Volnd nl-vprl his
usual fine game for the Falcons,
come the better balanced Troop Troop-r
r Troop-r r'r-"'- 7-.it-e- nl'-n fcjd
21 points for the winners with his
sel shots from otit;de ind ti ns
underneath. Mancp' Boyd also
"'aved nn p' his earnes of
the year for the Falcons, who
f.r, itv, ,r 'hn season.
They have won twice. The Ama Ama-squad
squad Ama-squad has lost 13 and won
The Cavaliers, by virtue of their
R I O
QUEEN OF CORN
45 54 .547 3
3 54 .531 4
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
S-n Francisco at C ncinnati (N)
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)
Only games scheduled.
Los Angeles 000 000 1001 7 2
Milwaukee 310 300 Olx 8 10 0
Kouiax (6-3), Wippstein, Churn,
La bine and Roseboro.
Buhl U0-8J ana Crandall.
Los Angeles 000 030 1004 5 0
... i.v 1 1 1 u t w UIK) UUO 3 9 1
Williams, Craig, Podres (10-7).
Willey, Rush (5-4), McMahon
St. Louis 121 001 000-5 10 1
Pnila. nnn non oo a t 1
Mizell (12 7), McDaniel and Por
Semproch (3-9), Robinson ajid
Chicago 202 002 000 fl 9 2
n-TSDurgh 000 330 10x-7 6 1
nmman, Henry (7-6) and Nee-m-
Haddix. Witt Oon i.n j
&an rcoF 001 000 221-6 U i
u" 00O m 000-3 10 2
McCormick, Miller (7-8), and
Schmidt. Lanrfritn. Hean O'-
uwe u-), hook and Bailey.
Continental League Founders
To Talk With Major League
Officials About Expansion
By NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK (UPI) Founders
of ihe Continental League suit
down with commissioner Ford
FricK and other major league of officials
ficials officials today for exploratory dis discussions
cussions discussions o. the most revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary expansion program in base baseball
ball baseball history.
Bill Shea, the energetic New
Yorl' lawyer wha was appointed
by the mayor to bring a second
maior liiu cl"b to the b:g city,
heads the founders' group which
"'"so includes delegates from
Houston, Denver, Toronto and
Minneapolis St. Paul.
Frick stressed that little in the
way 01 jpec.i.c progress can be
expected to come from this first
ioi mal meeting jctween the back backers
ers backers of the proposed third league
and Lie seven-man major league
Shea, however, emphasized that
"time is of the scene" and that
his M'oup was 111 no mood to oe
sidetracked from its goal by ma major
jor major league leaders wno secretly
oppose expansion in any form.
Sura's coi'iimltec- has se 1961 as
the target date for operation of
the thiiM k.iiie.
"There sie basically four ma major
jor major poists on which we seek en en-0
0 en-0 h enment," s'.ra siid "these
involve players, territorial rights,
pe"s'oiM '"u. 'ia' sf'd'tional
cities would best fit into our
She was asked what he thought
loss Monday night, are only one
came ahead of the Flyers who
have moved into second place
! hi 0 1 no Kile noodp Ke?uiarj.
Clayton's record is 13-4 while Ao Ao-t.ronk
t.ronk Ao-t.ronk h.is non v itn-' 'ost five.
Kobbe is 11-5. Ann all-important
contest tiial ma'' deride the
league championship will be play played
ed played ton'srht a' Clapton when the
Regulars take on the Cavaliers.
Trftntiithmitin Highway -Tl. 3.1501
Today's Games j
New York at Detroit (N)
washinfton at C evolmrf V "M
Boston at Kans Ci y (X)
Baltimore it Chicago (N)
Yesterday s Results
Cleveland 030 001 0004 I f
Detroit 010 nst nov ; t i
Bell (13-10), Lecke and Nixoa.
Foytack (11-10) and Berberet.
Only games scheduled.
Clubs yy i
Lourdes 2 i
I 's Ases j) 3
Hornets yj 4
Pioneers ln 5
Hawks g 7
Wbir.oers 7 g
Calidonia 4 1(j
Front Souare 2 11
A soecial meeting will he MA
uu executive board of the Ci Ci-rbbeon
rbbeon Ci-rbbeon Dom no League at 7-w
tonight at the horn of the Hawks
Pn-ninn Club in Ri0 Abajo. All
club representatives are requested
to attend this mee ing.
CEDARTOWN, C,a. (UPI)
Doug Sandars, only amateur ever
to win the Canadian Open (1958),
is known for being lone and ae ae-curate
curate ae-curate off the tee. The 28-year-old
golfer says his driver and
No. 7 iron are his favorite clubi.
the third league group'i response
would be if the major leaguers of.
jereq l0 absorb tour of the fivt
Continental League franchises in in-to
to in-to the maior to iorm two 10-team
leagues. This prospect has been
topic of speculation.
"No such offer will be made."
5hea replied. "It can't be. Any
suggestion like that would only o
a discovery move by certain peo peo-pie
pie peo-pie who are opposed to the for for-nation
nation for-nation of a third league and who
actually do not want major leagu
expansion in any form.
"If the major league ownen
had wanted to-team leagues, they
could have done this a long tim
ago," Shea sa d.
CAN'T WASTE TIME
"We can't waste any mor
time, She a continued. "We've al
ready wasted two years. I know
our problems are very simple.
T'e- the major leagnr have in invited
vited invited us to meet with them and
I nresume they have rer ain gen general
eral general programs of advisory help to
us. V' re i.ine to the meeting
with the hope that they are think think-ine
ine think-ine in term of helping us in a
Frick assured that the Major
League Committee intends to do
all it can to help the third leaguo
organize, but he added, "I don't
ee hoiv anv specific orogram can
be made at the first meeting."
"Vtx goin to the meeting pre prepared
pared prepared to help in every way pos pos-ihle,"
ihle," pos-ihle," ri'k saM. "In fact, I'vo
been sitting up nights thinking up
e'rv r-onepiv'bl" miestini that
night be aimed at me so that I'll
have the answers ready.
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ready to' be fired, Maria Bueno was ready for the United States
Women's Doubles Championships at the Longwood Cricket Club,
Chestnut Hills, Mass., Aug. 16-23. The Wimbledon singles champion
wa taken ill during match in Eastern Grass Courts championship.
By Conrado Sargeant
Apprentice riders Mauricio Cha
mers ana juan ratDo uia. kui
and four meets, respectively, for
crossing, to become the only jock jockeys
eys jockeys suspended over the weekend.
Chalmers fouled Apacne ana Mar
Bravo with Tuti Fruti on the first
(urn in Saturday's second race.
Diaz was penalized for crowding
Tanarik and Quien Sera immedi
ately after the start with lotoia in
Saturday's sixth race.
Menttsco, which trailed in Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's first raet after winning
1 Impressively in his prtvious two
tarts, was suspended for tight
J eets because of hl poor per-
yfomanee. . ,
V v-r srblemente, which- f 1 n ished
Afme after winning Saturday s
seventh race, was suspenaea tor a
Bflduque and Plafon, wnicn nave
consistently trailed their fields ev ever
er ever sirfce thev began to race locally,
were -'suspended for their "poor
performances" in Sunday's first
Mrtnclw, Loberia and Second Cup
wmE3fch set down for 15 days
a fief "-Weeding from the nostrils.
Radical also got 15 days for hav hav-ini,Jia"itaJamed
ini,Jia"itaJamed hav-ini,Jia"itaJamed right knee..
TJoflr Linda got two meets after
refusing at the start of Sunday s
Julie was destroyed after she
.tumbled and fell m Saturday s
third race. Julie broke a foreleg in
Maiden Chilean threeyearold
nwu.n rirnnned flean alter a
workout at the President
Remon racetracks lmiein ov.
letting totaled $121,894 over the
-JX.. c.tnrdav $59,991 were
wagered' while on Sunday. $61,903
went through the pari-muluel ma-
Huitllng H.liodoro (fP,t0J
wstinea has incraastd his Itad
ovoV'Braullo Ba.ia In tho second
half yoarly iockty contest by
sovon wSnntrs, 44 to 39. On. of
A'...tw' virtarios is a doad naai.
Qustines, undoubtedly the most
fffective rider at present, chalked
no "nine victories over the week-
end. Baeaa managea io stuic
B.-.Mbtil Bemon race track
champion Quidico has been i sold
t a Venezuelan syndicate and will
soon be shipped to tne somn Amei
kn oil capital, according to t
usually .well-informed source.
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Oscar Saavedra and Ernesto In In-da,
da, In-da, co-owners of Quidico, lepurt lepurt-edly
edly lepurt-edly plan to replace Quidico with
another classy Chilean racer at the
local oval. They are expected to
send for Bien Recibido, a four-year-old
offspring of Bayardo-Bron-ceada
Bien Recibido recently won the
$4,000 Premio Internacional over a
mile and five-eighths in the excel excellent
lent excellent time of 2:42 1-5.
This week is "La Semana del Pa-
nal" (Diaper Week) in Panama.
As a result, the week's main event
will be the "Diaper Week Handi
cap" and has been scheduled for
Guilltrmo Milord, who journoy journoy-od
od journoy-od to Moxico City a fortnight a a-go
go a-go to try his luck, finally snap snap-pod
pod snap-pod out of his slump with thro
victorias last Sunday. Another
Panamanian ridor, Guilltrmo
Sanchtz, won two racos. Sanehti
is ono of tho top stars at the
Mtxican racatrack at prtstnt.
Panamanian jockey Manuel Yca-
za added another stakes triumph
to his long string last Saturday
when he gave Cain Hoy MaDie s
Bald Eagle a brilliant ride to score
by a neck over Grey Monarch of
the Windfields Farm in tne di,3w
Amerigo finished third, two
lengths behind the hard-driving
leaders while Plion wound up a
noor fourth in the field of seven.
The race wis run in terrific heat
(96 degrees in the shade). Baia
Eagle turned the mile and one
quarter in 2:03.
The topweighted Bald Eagie
(120) raid $4.80. $3.60 and $2.70.
Grey Monarch (111) returned $6.20
and $3.40. Second choice Amerigo
paid $2.60 to show.
NEW YORK (NF.V-The first
Powderpuff Derby, featuring wo-
mpn s'o'-k fir rir,vprs. vas to oe
held at the Polo Grounds.
tmiiNl f?om your a1"' al
? RIND quickly brlnst tn;
mmmti mm I
By J.J. HARRISON Jr.
Leading Panama bantamweight
contender Toto Ibarra has been
classified tenth among the world's
best ll-pounder by ;he National
Boxing Association of America,
the Colon Boxing Cam mission an announced
nounced announced today.
The report appeared in the
NBAs monthly bulltin which is
distributed among all of the orga organization'
nization' organization' affiliates, which include
the Colon Commission.
Credit for Ibarra's recognition
hai been given mainly to the ef efforts
forts efforts of Jefferson Joseph, vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Colon Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, who wrote a letter to NBA
ratings chairman Fred J. Saddy
June 29, suggesting that Ibarra be
Joseph used as his chief argu argument
ment argument the fact that Toto had de de-cisioned
cisioned de-cisioned world ranked 118-pounder
Manuel Armenteros the night be before
fore before in Panama.
Tho boxing official also men mentioned
tioned mentioned In his lotttr that Ibarra
hid boattn Panama H8-poundr
Hoctor Hicks, aftor Hicks
scored a unanimous vardict
ovor top world 112-pound aspir aspirant
ant aspirant Vonoiuolan Ramancita A A-rias.
rias. A-rias. Ibarra became a fop fontendn
for Edwin Slkes, bantamweight
crown after he defeated Hicks.
Joseph's letter stated in part:
"...Toto Ibarra, Panamanian box boxer,
er, boxer, who fights out o( the capital
city .. has been performing
"Last night Ibarra, 119 1-4. de
feated Manuel Armenteros, 118
1-2, at the Olympic Stadium in
Panama City. Armenteros, Cuba,
who fichts out of Mexico City is
presently rated seventh by the
"It is our desire that Armente
ros' loss to Ibarra be given some
consideration for the possible
world-wide rating of Ibarra by
your committee. .
Ibarra, a native of the Chirioui
province, retired from the ring
nearly 18 months ago after suf suffering
fering suffering a kayo at the hands of
Sykes in a title bout.
Since returning to the ring,
under the tetelage of Aubry (Co (Co-jo)
jo) (Co-jo) Woodruff eight months ago,
he has won three straight fights.
Top Tennis Stars
Will See Action
In Doubles Tourney
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass (UPI)
Wimbledon champions Neale
Fraser and Roy Emerson of Aus Australia
tralia Australia and the controversial Alex
Olmedo get into action today in
the first bie day of the 79'h
U.S. Wawn Tennis Assn. Nation'
Sunday's ooening round, at the
longwood Cricket Club while the
Aussies wound up their Davis Cuo
zonal finals by eliminating India,
was a bit tarnished for lack of
The leading women's doubles
teams were at Sewickley, Pa.,
competing in the Wightman Cup
competition: Ron Holmberg and
Bernard Tut Bartzen, ranked
third among the domestic play
ers: were at iewpori. k. i., ior
the Casino Invitation tourneyf
one top pairing had to default
when one player withdrew; and
of course the Australians and In
dians were busy with their Davis
In addition, Olmeda and 18-year
old Earl Buchholz, scheduled in
the leading match, had to post postpone
pone postpone the start of their bid for
the doubles crown when an in infected
fected infected wisdom tooth sidelined
Buchholz and Wimbledon sin singles
gles singles champion Olmedo the Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian from Los Angeles, meet
junior Davis Cuupers Don Kier-
dow and lyo Pimental, botn of
Los Angeles, in one of today's
The withdrawal was by Whitney
Peed of Alameda, Calif., who of offered
fered offered no explanation. It forced
his partner, Mike Green of
Miami, to leave the tornament,
Fraser and Emerson take on
Ned Nerley of Atlanta. Ga., and
Alan Roberts of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
in the first match of the day.
' hi i inn
NEW YORK (DPI) The next
Ume Early Wynn pitches a vic victory
tory victory ior ui ciunuo tuiile Sox
it will put him in a tie with Bob
Klier aim ailoem Eppa KiXey at
the 16th winningest pitcher
basabalt history wnile at
same time making him an
.t.ni 'no anoiuaie ior most
uable player honors.
If the White Sox win the Amer American
ican American League pennant, a they well
may the veteran hurlfr from Ala Alabama
bama Alabama has to be one of the prime
candidates or the award. I he
danger is that the votes may be
split amon" him nrt such team teammates
mates teammates as Nellie Fox and Luis
Apar.clo m let su-h Wasv
ington's Harmon Kdlebrew or
Clevelnnd't Rocky Colavito move
in and takt over.
nf the moment, the 210-
pound Wynn has won 16 games
p-vnst seven defeat" ior the
White Sox and, as further indica indications
tions indications of his effectiveness, in 12
vwo oamo he has 2one the dis
tance while post ng five shutouts.
Those 16 victories, however,
hav moved him this season past
such ranking all-time winners as
Carl Huhbell. Red Faber, Tert
Lyons, Amos Rusie and Ted
Weyhl'n". On more will match
the total of 266 victories posted
hv Feller and the fabled R'xev
Before the year is out, he could
catf! Burleigh Gr'rrr at 270.
After that, his targets wouia oe
Hon Ruff'""' "3 "nd Ton" Mul-
line at 282 with Lefty Grove's
pvpn ani wins within re'eh o
make Wynn the 13th 300-game
w'lnp'- of l' time.
Don't think he may not do It.
e:,her. Because Wynn is a man
who covets each victory with an
'varire which has produced for
him a reputation as a "mean"
pitcher. TW because he talks
a tough, brushback game.
"You've got to reeard the hit hitter
ter hitter as your enemy," he growls,
."Yny'H .got to brush him hck
and not "let him get a toehold.
You must make him realize you
MATTER OP BUSINESS
With Wynn it is, quite simply,
a mitter of business.
"Every time they beat me," he
explains, "it costs me $1,000 the
Archie Moore Sets
Sept. 1 Deadline
For 'Jelling' Pact
NEW YORK -(UPI) Light
heavyweigni cnampion Archie
Moore yesterday set a Sept. 1
deadl.ne lor "jelling" the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations with Ingemar Johansson
for a heavyweigni title tight.
"I don't mean that the match
ha in he closed bv then, ex-
nlined 43-vear old Archie at a
nrp ronference. "I mean that
the negotiations must be jilled so
that Ingemar is considering oniy
i Hpfpnse aeainst me."
flthprwisp. sa id the 175-pound
ruler, he would conclude Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood negotiations for appearing in
a movie "Huckleberry Finn," and
if he had time before the "shoot "shooting"
ing" "shooting" started, he would go to South
America for five or six bouts in
Brazil and Peru.
Archie, who knocked out Yvon
Burelle at Montreal last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in his eighth defense, was
presented with a three-star lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant general s U.S. Air Force
uniform Monday "for ring gener generalship"
alship" generalship" and to help recruiting.
Moore donned the handsome after-six
black mess uniform for be benefit
nefit benefit of photographers at the Com Commodore
modore Commodore Ho, el conference.
If Rocky Marciano returns to
the right and tries to recapture the
heavyweight crown, would Archie
like to fight him aeain?
'I certainly would, Moore re replied
plied replied quickly. "We'd draw a lot
if money but of course not as
much as a Johanson fisht."
In Rocky's last fight, before re retiring
tiring retiring undefeated, he knocked out
Archie in the ninth round of their
heavyweight title bout, Sept. 21,
"RneWv had some help that
night, when I knocked him down
earlv," sa'd Arcnie. ne mo neip
from a referee who didn't know
when he had reached the count nf
10. I'm not advising him whether
to come hack, or not. But if ne
does, w can make some big
MeColl's Best Year
CHICAGO (UPI) Bill Me Me-Coll,
Coll, Me-Coll, the doctor who plays offen-aive-end
for the Chicago Bears,
had his best pro football cam campaign
paign campaign in 1958 when he caught 35
nasses for 517 yards and eight
Rydor Cud Matches Sit
PALM DESERT. Calif. (UPD (UPD-Teams
Teams (UPD-Teams of Brit'sh and American
professional golfers will meet in
the 13th biennial Ryder Cup
Matches at the New Eldorado
Country Club here on Nov. 7-8,
next time I go in to talk contract,
mere s inu iiuiii .liuerence be
tween winning and losing."
Wynn, like w,nc, may be get getting
ting getting better with age but he isn t
;eiiinj more mellow. Nor has he
lost the fast ball which made
'im a cons ent I'O-iame winner
and a member of the Indians
"Big 'nn" alng w'th ob Fel Feller,
ler, Feller, Bob Lemon and Mike Gal Galea.
ea. Galea. But Wynn hai! a losing season
;n 1P.t7 the 'nrl'an traded
him to Chicago where, last sea sea-"'.
"'. sea-"'. i-- gain nn Ifts'm
side with a 14-16 mark. They
""'p ''5' bout 'd -rinV-e room fur
him on the road down the other
he roared back to show the Sox
The Pacific Cosmopolitan
Leagu? will open it's 1959-60 sea
son at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdav Sept.
9 at the Diablo Bowing Center.
The league will aeain have a
split season schedule and handi handicaps
caps handicaps based on las' year's averaep
will be used the first night with
the new howlers handicap based
on their first night's averace. An-
o'her inovation for the Lea cue 1
this year will be that total pinfall
will count for thp fourth point.
All team caDtains are urgpH tn
place their order for shirts eithpr
with Abernathy's Spbrtine GooHs
Store or give the shirt si7es tn
their representative. "Curly"
Bates. Pictures will he taken as
soon as all shirts are received anH
Sponsors of each of the teams will
be invited to have their pictures
taken with their teams.
Four of last years sponsors wil'
again sponsor teams with last
year's champion A. P. A. heading
the list. Tasco Batteries, Colonial
Insurance and Tahiti .lewlers
complete (he oldtimers list.
New sponsors include Aberna
thy's Sporting Goods Lan Chile
Airlines., Johnson Motors spon.
sored by George Novey Inc. pf
Lee's Steakhousc. The Lea sue
welcome" thp no,' snonsnrs and
thanks the returning sponsors.
Glen Lee. ponular manaeer of
Lee's Steakhouse. located op
posite the Sears-Roehii"k Store on
the Tran Isthmian Hichway has
announced that throughough't the
season four dinners wil' he given
free each week for members of
Each week one man and one
woman will win two steak din dinners.
ners. dinners. Basis of winninc th dinners
will change each week The firs
week the hirrh series scratch will
be the challenge for the hungry
The second week b'h scratch
game, third week Hi?h Series
with Handicap and the fourth
week high gamp with handicap.
The rotation will continue for the
28 week schedule. To say that his
will prove popular with the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Bowlers would be the under under-stement
stement under-stement of the year.
An announcement will be made
later as to when the Diablo Al Alleys
leys Alleys will be open for practice
Taxing the Champ
NEW YORK (UPI)-Joe Louis
held the heavyweight crown a rec record
ord record 11 years and eight months.
He defended it a record 25 times.
Yet hp wound up owing the gov government
ernment government more than $1,000,000 in
taxes, also a pugilistic record.
Your Community Network
John Partridge was recalling
'ie days when he was rubbing
nrses for Col. Edward Riley
The trainer was
nond. who was a
Cliff Ham Ham-big
big Ham-big fighting
"We had a fellow rubbing
Tlack Toney nicknamed Me
Tryin' Tony, an Italian wro didn't
lk English so good." Partridge,
'he well-known trainer, recol recol-I
I recol-I feted. "Hammond kept telline us
what good fighting cocks he had.
'I'm fighting a main. All you
Tuys .can get well.' he said. So
we all bet on Hammond's game gamecocks.
cocks. gamecocks. 'Every chicken Hammond nut
in the pit just cackled and flew
out. We went home broke.
"Me Tryin' Tony was also ruh ruh-hine
hine ruh-hine a gelding named Bradley's
Choice and turned him out in a
naddock with Black Toney. That's
a dangerous tHn? to do because
a stallion is likely to go for a
"elding if he gets the chance.
Black Toney chewed up Brad Bradley's
ley's Bradley's Choice, and when Colonel
Rrad'ey heard about it he was
" 'Tony, the Colonel said,
'there can be no exc'ise for this.
Draw your pay and get out.'
" 'Yousa right. Colonel,' Me
Tryin' Tony said "This-a notta
place for me. This-a firsl-a time
I been on a farm where they gnt gnt-ta
ta gnt-ta the running chickens and the
EFF. AUG 3, 1959
leave: PANAMA 11:50 AM
Arrive: SAN JOSE 12:20 M
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i yew Trove Agent, ori
CaNe I, 1
AVINNER RELAXES A smile on his face, light heavyweight
Archie Moore relaxes In his Montreal hotel room, reading news newspaper
paper newspaper accounts of his title fight victory over Yvon Durelle.
Moore knocked out Durelle In the third round of their televised
bout in the Montreal Forum.
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boa Balboa 3228.
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Best To Get Vees
In 11. Playoffs
NEW YORK. Aug. 18 (UPH If
the Richmond Vees make (he In International
ternational International League playoffs (his
year, a goorl deal of credil will g0
to the strong right arm of slender
Making his 52nd appearance this
season, mostly in relief, James, a
155-pounder, cooled an eighth in inning
ning inning Rochester rally last night to
Rive Richmond a 7-4 victory and a
tie for fourth place.
Zack Monroe, Richmond starter,
rc-jvprf a one-run cushion in the
first inning when Deron Johnson
rn-str-d his ISfh homer of the year
With a man aboard.
- Rochester tied the score with a
tally in the sixth, but Richmond
apparently had the game on ice
tvih a five-run rallv in the sev sev-fnth.
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eiphfh. however, and James put out
Ther? were no other eaniesl
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furnished room, semi-private
bath, neat door to Chinese Lega Legation
tion Legation in Bella Vista. Front 3-
FOR RENT: Duplex Apartments.
First Floor: Two bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room with bathroom.
Second Floor: Three bedrooms,
dressing room, bathroom, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, large porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, mlid'l room with bathrooms,
Avenida Nicanor A. de Obarrio
No. 9. Call telephone 3-7462.
FOR RENT: In La Cresta. mod modern
ern modern two bedroom apartment, liv living
ing living room diningroom, hot water,
maid's room, kitchen, laundress.
Apply La Cresta, No. 12, 48th.
Street. Tel. 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Whole top floor
in Ecuador Avenue No. 14, 3
bedroorms, two sitting rooms,
large diningroom, maid's room
and bath, terrace, garage, hot
water. For information apply
FOR RENT: Apartment, fur furnished,
nished, furnished, Army inspected No
children over. Phone 3-7258.
Via Porras 82.
SEWICKLEY. Pa. The United
States Wjghtman Cup tennis team
look a 21 lead over Britain's top
BROOKLINE, Mass. Australia
took a 21 lead over India in the
inler-zone Davis Cup tennis final.
CHICAGO Wiggle II, an Aus Australian
tralian Australian filly, won the $57,100 Ma
tron Slakes by three lengths aft after
er after Hound Table scored a neck vic victory
tory victory in the Clem McCarthy Han Handicap
dicap Handicap at Arlington Park.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
Bald Eagle won the $57,500 Sara Saratoga
toga Saratoga Handicap by a neck at Sara Saratoga.
toga. Saratoga. TORONTO, Marlcne Stewart
Mreit of Konthill, Ont., won her
sixlh Canadian Women's Open golf
title by defeating Mrs. Bruce Mc Mc-C.hie
C.hie Mc-C.hie of New York in the 36-hole
final, 7 and 6.
NORTHVILLE, Minch. Mike
Souchack of Grossinger, N.Y., shot
a 2-under-par 69 in the final round
and won the Motor City Open golf
tournament with a 72-hole total of
268, a record for the event.
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Phone 3-49114 3-4985
All Type of Auto Insurance
We rive all kinds of clothe,
drapes, rufs. coats, dresses,
Two Hour Pry Clranlnr
(19 minutes from town)
.' Via Espana No. 830.
FOR SALE: 195 1 Studebaker,
V-8, 4 door, radio, good condi condition,
tion, condition, must sell, Balboa 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford, two
door sedan, fordomatic. black and
white, 8 cyl. Thunderbird engine
radio, heater, white walls, duty
paid, low priced for quick sale.
Panama 2-0754, 3-0813 after
FOR SALE: 1958 GMC stake
body truck "Ton and one half.
Only 12,000 miles of use. Call
FOR SALE: Mercury truck 3
tons, van type, magnificent con condition,
dition, condition, suitable for transporting
ice. meat, groceries, can also be
used at a mobile workshop for
engineers and constructors. Call
FOR SALE: 1 949 White truck
capacity 4 tons equipped with
winch in front and all the con contraptions
traptions contraptions for a hoist in the back.
Magnificent for haulinq logs
steel cement etc. Call Guy 3 3-7217.
7217. 3-7217. FOR SALE: 1952 De Soto V-8,
semi-automatic transmission, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, low milage, good
tires, extra clean, price for
quick sale $750. Phone 6-256
anytime Saturday or Sunday, af after
ter after 3:30 P.M. on work days.
189 A Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 39 old, work
truck, 3 Speed Hi-Fi Phono Phonograph
graph Phonograph used. Refrigerator with
new unit $75 00 each after 5
P M Call 2-4241 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury,
good transportation, good tires,
see at Balboa 762-B, dial Bal
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiae, four
door, automatic, new tirer, ra radio,
dio, radio, good condition, best offer.
0853, Apt. 19, Balboa.
FOR SALE. 1953 Pontiae hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, radio, hydramatic. Olivetti
portable typewriter, Spanish key keyboard.
board. keyboard. Wall tape gas water
heater. Phone 3-7572.
FOR SALE: 1959 Opel station
wagon ww tires 6.000 miles
$1,700. Phone 36-644 Coco
FOR SALE: 1955 four door.
Dodge, perfect condition, all ex extras.
tras. extras. Leaving, must sell. Phone
Navy 3183 after 4.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
sedan V-8, power glide, radio,
heater ww tires. Very reasonable.
Phone Albrook 6282, after 4 p
FOR SALE: 1958 jeep, 10.000
miles 4 wheel drive $2,000 or
best offer, telephone 3-4287
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair. 2 doors, 2 tones, duty
paid. Call 2-2882, from 8 to 12.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford, four
door. Custom 300, sedan, Thun Thunderbird.
derbird. Thunderbird. radio. Tel. Gamboa 193
Slate Wightman Cup tennis team
regained the troohv from Britain
by winning the hest-of-seven
mafch series. 4 to 3.
BROOKLINE. Mass. Austra Australia
lia Australia defeated India. 4 tn 1, to reach
the Davis Cun tennis challenge
round for the lfith straight time and
will trv to regain the Ironhv f.-nm
I he U.S. Aug. 28-.m at Forest Hills,
NEWPORT. R.I. -Tonv Pickard
of Enclanrl won the singles title at
'he Newport. Tennis Tournament
hv defeating Ron Hnlmberg of
Rrooklyn, N.Y.. 5-7, 6-4 fi-1 0-6
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
CRKAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
MwtZAN Auir. 14 Ail. 22
"ULUA Aue;. 21 Aug. 29
CIBAO Auir. 28 Sept. 5
M()RAZAN Sept. 4 Sept. 12
UM'A Sept. 11 Sept. 19
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service Sails Arrives
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LIMON Aug. 25 Aug. 30
CO.WAYAGUA Sept. 1 Sept. 6
FRA BERLANGA Sept. 8 Sept. 13
ESPARTA Sept. 15 Sept. 20
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
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TEX1TA Every (15) Days
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SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return $400.00
FOR SALE: New, 40 inch. Hot
Point electric range, $240.00.
FOR SALE: A bamboo living
room "Rattan" at a cheap price.
FOR SALE: Freexer Frigidaire,
13 ft porcelain. Leaving lsth
mus. Phone 3-1 534 Panama.
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washing machine, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $75. house 2250. Carr St.
Balboa, phone Balboa 4449.
FOR SALE: Lullabye baby fur furniture,
niture, furniture, crib and posturepedic mat mattress
tress mattress w matching wardrobe, like
new. Call Balboa 3714.
FOR SALE: Bendis fully auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, sacrifice $50.00.
Apply Calle 21 -A, house 12 Apt.
25, telephone 2 0307.
FOR SALE: RCA Victor console
radio-phonograph, 3 speed, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet, very reasonable.
6351 B, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room set. Cheap, leaving Isthmus.
Call 1577 Ft. Kobbe.
Every day except Saturday and
Sunday; morning, afternnon and
evening c I a s I a t. Enrollment:
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Begin: August 31 End Nov.
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3018. 3-3018. WANTED
WANTED: Secretary bilingual
Spanish-English for modern one one-man
man one-man office. Phone 3-1060.
WANTED: Large cayuco. A,
Albright Gatun. Tel. 5-482.
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Ike Is Golfing
GETTYSBURG, Pa. (UPI)
President Eisenhower turned golf
The pupil: His 11 year old
grandson David, who was having
trouble with his iron shots.
Keep your head down and hit
behind the ball, the President ad advised.
vised. advised. David tried, but the ball
skittered off to the right.
"Take another one," said grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, "hit right behind it."
The boy tried again and dubbed
the shot. On the third try, he
chipped on to the green, close
enough to the pin to get down
in i wu puns.
The two set ouf at 6:40 a.ei.
EST to finish nine holes before
the usual muggy heat gripped the
Eisenhower's business friends
who were his house guests anl
had been rounding out a presiden
tial golf foursome, left Sunday
night. They were William E. Rob
inson, W. Alton Jones and Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Roberts.
So the President set off today
with David, who confessed last
week that he preferred baseball
FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by Hie
truckload. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: Plants (begonians),
from 75e. to $4.00, must sell
this week. Fifth Street, Vister Vister-mosa,
mosa, Vister-mosa, No. 8 iBebal Apt. 5, after
FOR SALE: 1951 Hudson cou coupe
pe coupe with runabout 14 ft. boat
trailer, Johnson 18 h p motor
gas tank $750 00. 5 piece, 6
strand bamboo living room suite,
like new, 1 1 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining room tat. 1-9x12
olive green Chinese rug from
Tropicana. 6 piece blond maho mahogany
gany mahogany bedroom set (Balboa 2676).
FOR SALE: Camera, Retina III
C, call Balboa 1723.
FOR SALE: Photo-copying ma machine
chine machine diffusion or silver transfer
process latest "APECO" modal.
FOR SALE: Adding and calcu calculate
late calculate machine, electric, very
good condition, models: Pacit,
Merchant, Allen. Call 2-1338.
FOR SALE: Fabulous Foodarama
refrigerator of $979.00 for
$674 00; like new. Warranty
still outstanding 4 years.
It is the Paramount household
refrigerator today. Has 2 doors;
one of which opens unto a large
vertical freexing compartment.
Come and see this unusual value
at Casa Admirable, next to the
WANTED: Bilingual graduate
from Paraiso High School, for of office
fice office work. Apply Thursday 8:30
a.m. with report cards which
must show goad qualifications.
Casa Admirable, next to Lottery
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY:-Table per perforator,
forator, perforator, Jig saw. Tel. 3-6973.
Card Parly Al JWB
To Benefit Blind
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Q. From time to time you've
mentioned convertible deben debentures.
tures. debentures. CquIJ you send me a list
of them, including A.T. and T?
I'd also annrAniat. i'nWm.i;..
now to use these debentures, in
" protect me purchasing
value of the investment.
A. I have no special list of con convertible
vertible convertible debentures. But any
brokerage firm could present se several.
veral. several. Hera fi.ro en n a Uii.M
firms with convertible debentures
on me market: Fnuiips Petroleum
AUegheny-Ludlum, El Paso Na Natural
tural Natural Gas, Wheeling Steel. Gar
ret, oiin Mathieson, American
macjiine and Foundry, Atlantic
Refinine. Rrfhlehnm t.,.;,.
Burlington, Burroughs, Douglas
A is.AKne'f a 1 ten. a a
nuviaui, uenerai reiepnone,
Lockheed, I.T. and T., Lowens-
Stein. MaiCV. Rariin Cnr-r. i
clair Oil. There are scores of
ouiers. American Telephone has
only one issue of convertibles
outstanding, the 4 l-4s of 1973.
There is no special rule of
how to use these debentures."
The anti-inflation hedge is built
in. Since each one is convertible
into common stock, the holder of
the debenture will continue to be benefit
nefit benefit from any rise in the com common
mon common stock.
He may even hold the bond
until it apDroaches natnritv with.
out ever converting into common.
me common siock rises to or
above the conversion level, the
bond's market price will always
icueci uiai gam.
A debenture well bought can be
a nuy iorever. But that does
not mean that every debenture,
"i y moment, is a Duy.
above the price at which the
uunus are convertible, the bond
moves step Dy step with the com
mon. That mesne in hicik
mon stock market the bonds are
nign too and just as vulnerable
me common to a market set setback.
back. setback. It all boils rinwn tn thic.
" ... mho. vuir
vertibles (either bonds or pre-
iciiBusj are an excellent invest investment
ment investment medium. But
to them -without first discussing
the individual imu with k.i...
who knows the
Q. A friend died and left his
widow: Getty Oil, Avco, Pacific
Pete, Atlas, Nickel Rim, Pante Pante-pec,
pec, Pante-pec, Bayview Oil, Benguet, Elder
Mines, Standard Uranium, New
Bristol Oil. These were all bought
on the advice of a broker who
bought and cnlrl fhflm of Writ I
- "'VHI at, JTILI.
Should the stocks be sold, or
A. First thing I'd do is say
goodbye to that broker forever.
How anyone could give such a
broker discretion over an account
is more than I can understand.
You don't say whether the wi widow
dow widow requires income from her se securities,
curities, securities, or not.
But taken as a whole, I'd say
this list is about as far from a
Widow's list as the
from the Vatican.
The few stocks of any substance
she has aren't suited tn her mir.
pose because even they are on
une speculative side and pay little
in the way of dividends.
If she must rely on this estate
for income, th entire list ought
io De cieanea out. But for heaven's
sake, go to a reputable broker
NEW YORK, Auk. 18 (UPI)
arancn KiCKey, 77-vear-old "fa "father"
ther" "father" of baseball's farm system,
todav was named nruiHsni
the Continental Leairue. base baseball's
ball's baseball's proposed third malor
league, at a salary of S50.000 per
William Shea, chairman of
me iounaers group of the Con
tinental Lencrue snnnunnorl D.
" -.uu.ivi, nil,-
keys appointment today and
men introduced me baseball
pioneer who has spent 57 years
in the game.
Rickey, puffing on a cigar
ano appearing naie and heartv
said "I am confident our league
will start operating in 1961. It
Is possible even to operate in
1960 but It is not probable."
Shea said that Rickev's con contract
tract contract had been purchased from
the Pittsburgh Pirates and that
the entire negotiation had the
approval Of Rnsehall fnn.i.
sloner Ford Prick.
Rickey, had been chairman of
the board with the Dir...
also held 658 aharve nf cut.
burgh tock, worth $200,000.
owner John Galbreath of the
Pirates was trlvem en nnlnn
purchase Rickey's, gtock by Sept.
Rlckev'a contra rr. vritv, u
" ,.. i bill.
Pirates still had ia mnntv,. t
- ... was ue.lfj kU
run at a salary of $50,000 a year.
-ne ;ain mat tne continental
ague merely picked up the
nused portion of that contract
j, In essence, Rickey has been
toned tn a M-mnntn nnf,t
ith the new third major league,
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 (UPI)
Stocks opened today on a cau cautiously
tiously cautiously irregular note in quiet
Small gains and losses predo predominated
minated predominated in the main list aa in
vestors once again moved warily
pending clarification of political
and economic uncertainties.
ACF Ind 55b
Advocate Asbestos 280b
Alleghany Corp VA
Aluminium Ltd 34Vs
Amer Cy ana mid 59
Amer Motors 4314
Amer Tel and Tel gov
Anaconda Copper 65V4
Arkansas Fuel 81Vb
AVCO Mfg 1334
Beth Steel 55
Bettinger Corp 14 b
Bicrofi Uranium 60b
British Pet g
Canadian Eagle I2y8b
Cerro de Pasco 43
Cities Service 551
Colgate Palmoliva 3914
Colorado Fuel 3ov8
Cons Electro Dynamics 37V
-Creole Pet 501,
Crown Cork and Seal 37b
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 34
Du Pont 270
El Paso Natural Gas 3434
Fairchild Engin. gb
Fargo Oil 5 i.16
Felmont Pet 6b
General Dynamic! 50Vs
General Motors 54
General Plywood 201
Gulf Oil "jo
Harsco Steel 42b
Howe Sound 2134
Imperial Oil am.
Montrose Chem 1314b
New Eng. Tel and Te! 194
Royal Dutch Shell
Signal Oil and fj's
Standard Oil NJ
Texas Gulf Prods
United Canso OH
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HOME ACHIEVEMENT Two young Russians examine
space rocket equipment, capsule with two dogs in it at the
U S S.R. economics achievements exhibition in Moscow. This
is the type of container the Russians used recently to launch
two dogs and a rabbit into outer space. Display was at the
Academy of Sciences Pavilion.
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Chile Pot Cools: Raul
To Take Cubans Home
SANTIAGO, Chile, Aug. 18 (UPI) Raul Castro will arrive here this afternoon to
escort the Cuban delegation back to Havana, well after the foreign ministers ended
thir meeting at noon on a note of solidarity against aggression and dictatorships.
Raul, commander of Cuba's armed forces, had been waiting in Lima, Peru, with
documentary evidence to prove that the Dominican Republic mounted an invasion of
Diplomats said Cuba was well satisfied and unwilling to antagonize anvone further
vith op again off.again tactics of first the Fidel and then the Raul Castro visits.
Cuban ambassador Carlos Lechuga apologized to the Chilean government for the
unauthorized landing here yesterday of a Cuban military plane. The plane was prompt.
,y detained and its 41 document-bearing passengers arrested. They left early today.
Then Cuban foreign minister
Saul Roa said that Raul's Cuhana
nrliner would not arrive here till
ate in the afternoon.
Observers said Raul apparently
lad planned to arrive in a blaze
publicity if necessary to stage a
vehement denunciation of the Dem Dem-nican
nican Dem-nican Republic,
The conference's denunciation
of dictatorships was taken by Cu Cuban
ban Cuban delegates to refer specifieal specifieal-i..
i.. specifieal-i.. t r.url!iclme Rafael Tru-
jillo f the Dominican Republic.
Otherwise Raul had hoped to
assert In person that Trujillo was
he Caribbean villain, and was
bringing In documents to prove it.
The Western Hemisphere foreign
tiinisters yesterday adopted a
Santiago declaration" condemn condemn-..g
..g condemn-..g dictatorships as "incompati-
e" with the American system of
The Santiago declaration, mtro mtro-l
l mtro-l iced by Brazil, empowers an in-rr-American
peace commission to
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
ours ending 8 a.m. today is
V-epared by the Meteorological
;nd Hydrographic Branch of the
'anama Canal company:
High 88 82
Low 75 75
Hbrh 95 97
Low 66 90
(max. mph) NW-19 NW-19
MAIN (Inches) .01 .39
' ATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 82 82
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 19
4:09 a.m 16.7 ft.
4:27 p.m 16.7 ft.
0:17 a.m -0.1 ft.
10:38 p.m -0.8 ft.
LAST DAY I .75 .40
2;00, 3:30. 5:20, 7:05, 9:00 p.m.
THE REMARKABLY FUNNY
STORY OF A REMARKABLE
An xtroordlnary study in
t-T. .u'NOr b. i. r. count ..... .
SPECIAL 8HORT SUBJECT IN COLOR
"PROFILE OF A MIRACLE"
SPOTLIGHTING THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE IN ISRAEL.
art on complaints of indirect ag aggression
gression aggression surh as the Cuban Domi Dominican
nican Dominican quanrel which triggered the
current Caribbean crisis.
It also directs the commission to
investigate the relationship be between
tween between restrictions on democracy
and human rights in the Western
Hemisphere and current areas cf
The commission is to report its
findings to the 11th Inter-American
Conference, scheduled for next
February in Ecuador.
Venezuela, a member of the
commission, is expected to try to
incorporate a denunciation of the
Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands Warned
Of Impending Arrival Of Hurricane
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Aug.
18 (UFi) ironical storm ixitn;
boilen up to neai Hurricane inten intensity
sity intensity today and a hurricane watch
was nrrfprpH f,r Puerto Rico.
some 350 miles away in the oath
of the sturm.
The weather bureau estimated
highes' winds at 65 miles an hour
near the center.
At in-'tn a m fnrpfastprs said
the storm was centered near la latitude
titude latitude 16.2 north and longitude 61.
6 west, or about 350 miles east east-southeast
southeast east-southeast of San Juan.
The storm picked up its for forward
ward forward speed to 17 miles an hour
and was churning in a west west-northwest
northwest west-northwest direction. The weather
bureau said it was expected to
continue moving in the same di direction.
rection. direction. Highes' winds of 65 miles per
hour raged near the center with i
g;i'e ioi'c winds pushing 125
miles to the north and 50 miles
to 'N' south.
"The storm is expected to in increase
crease increase in intensity and during
the next 12 hours," the advisory
said, and may reach hurricane
intensity of 74 later in the day.
"S'orm tides nnd waves will in increase
crease increase over the northern lee-w-r
islnnr's :i nrl 'he Vircin Is Islands
lands Islands today with tides twe to four
feet above normal." the weather
bureau said. "Winds of 50 to 65
miles per hour will be experienc experienced
ed experienced over the area from the Virg-
n Klnnrls In St. I una today and
may increase to hurricane force
if tronic-i rtorm Edith continues
Forecasters hois'ed whole sale
warnings lor the Lesser Antilles
w-iriun If USD
v m in
MeamK y I
Dominican Republic in its report
to the Ecuador meeting.
The Dominican Republic, al
though frequently denounced as a
dictatorship-, was among the na nations
tions nations voting in favor of the decla declaration.
ration. declaration. The resolution's key clause said
dictatorial regimes are "incompa "incompatible
tible "incompatible with the principles underlying
the Organization of American
States and endanger harmonious
coexistence in the hemisphere."
Venezuelan Foreign Minister
Luis Arcaya said the declaration
marks a new chapter in OAS his
i from the Virgin Islands to St. Lu-
cia. cut wnoie gaie warnings
were lowered lor m area souih
of St. Lucia, and the hurricane
wat. h was discontinued south of
The veather bureau advised
all interests in Puerto Rico, the
Virgin Isiands and the Lesser
Antilles as far south as Martini Martinique
que Martinique to "stand fy for further in information
formation information and be ready for
quick action in case tropical
storm Edith should develop hur hurricane
ricane hurricane intensity today."
Small craft Puerto Rico, the
Virs'n Ishrids i,eeward Islands
and northern Windward Islands
were advispt: tr. remain in nnrf
and larger vessels in the path of
ine siorm were advised to exer
For Drunk Driving
Preaches On Sin
HESLEDEN, England (UPI)
The Rev. William Bosley, 55,
a Church of Bngland minister
convicted last week of drunken
driving, preached a Sunday
sermon in which he cautioned
his parishioners: "He That is
Without Sin Among You, Let
Him Cast a Stone."
His parishoners responded by
standing behind their minister
whose case is being considered
by the church.
The clergyman, the father of
five, was fined and lost his li license
cense license for two years after being
convicted. After his trial he
saio. i nave always liked a
Sunday he apologilzed to the
congregation lor ms drinking
and said "we all say silly
silly things, at times." His ser sermon
mon sermon had a marked effect on
church council member Wini Winifred
fred Winifred Corner.
"I'm finished with beer he
said. "I want to put alcohol out
oi my mind, its coffee and tea
enly for me from now on."
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, Aug. 18 (UPI, A
second earthquake hit the Yel Yellowstone
lowstone Yellowstone Park area early today
and threatened to flood the
Madisen valley with a 40-foot
wall of water from a Hebgen
Madison County Sheriff Lloyd
Brook of Virginia City ordered
the entire Madison valley
evacuated. He said he feared
the second tremor had weaken
ed the dam.
Authorities ordered reservoirs
downstream along the Madison
and into the Mlssoouri river as
far as Great Falls. Mont.
lowered to make room for the
expected flow of water snould
Hebgen give way.
The immediate threat of the
safety of numan beings appear appeared
ed appeared greatest shortly before
dawn today at the town of En En-nis,
nis, En-nis, a community of about 600
about 50 miles downstream
When he heard of the sec second
ond second ear temblor, reported by
ham radio from here about
6:12 a.m. Brook ordered res residents
idents residents of Madison valley to
leave for their homes.
A crack occured in the
Hrbgen dam Just three hours
arter the temblor .jabbed sec sections
tions sections of Montana, Idaho, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Oregon, Utah and Ca Canada.
J ( '"tiff. f ' 'Jl 1
H : i 'I
ft H.'8' RUSH-Shown arriving at Cristobal the minesweeper USS Thrush,
the newsest addition to the Navy's ranks. in the Canal Zone. After a brief overhaul the 320
ton vessel will be based at Coco Solo. Commanded by Lt. jg) Edgar L Kilbora T the Thrush
A 6W f I5 "icerS, ad men- wiU be asslgned t0 toe 15th Naval DMrict for AaS
Pacific side "SCUe minesweeper USS Falcon will continue to operat on the
Negro Student Harassed
Outside Central High In
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
The first open harrassment of
Negro students attending inte integrated
grated integrated classes broke out at Cen Central
tral Central High School today.
A erouD of white students
jeered at Jefferson Thomas as he
walked out of the school and
stood waiting on a street corr.er
fr a car to pick him up and take
The three Neero pirls aflenriinit
Hall High School walked to and
from school undisturbed.
School officials roorted mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, that apparently the white
students are iartorina the armor.
tunity to use state law wHeh
would keep them from attend attending
ing attending classes with Negroes.
They said there was only one
request to invoke the "sleeper"
statute on Arkansas law bocks as
the school went into tnt second
week of token integration.
About 20 to 25 students clus clustered
tered clustered across the street at Central
as Thomas, 17, walked outside.
"What's the matter, blackie,
isn't your bus going to come," one
girl shouted. Another shouted
Mrs. Daisy Bates is the Negro
integration leader in Little Rock.
Police stood and directed traf traffic
fic traffic as the group jeered. They
watched closely, but made no
attempt to run the droup off.
Thomas ignored the cat-calls
Kf I r
vj jSk TREE"
Few Stories of the American Frontier hnve hnrl
at their core a character as vivid and compelling as
the bewildered, blinded girl, Elizabeth suddenJy
alone in a brute-raw land then suddenly sucked
into the lives of three men. Her terrors, her torments,
her triumph bring greatness to "THE HANGING
TREE" in colors, OPENING TOMORROW AT THE
and jeers until a girl, who identi identified
fied identified herself as Elizabeth Dolana.
and a blond boy with a duck duck-tailed
tailed duck-tailed haircut approached hir
trom opposite sides.
The girl shouted back at friends
across the street: "I don't like
it on this side. She returned o
the other side. The boy cupped his
hands so newsmen couldn't hear.
Thomas shot him a warning
glance, and the boy retreated.
A few minutes a ear arrived
for him, and he drove off. They
yelled and jeered as he left.
A group of white studnts who
attended a segregated private
high school last vear whilp the
public schools were closed warn
ed tney would cause tronhlp if
they had to attend any integrated
The newest integration spot in
Arkansas, at the D o 1 1 a r w a y
School near Pine Bluff 42 miles
south of Little Rock, received no
help yesterday from federal
Judge Axel J Beck.
Judge Beck refused to give the
school a delay in an injuclion
forcing the school to accept three
Negroes when it opens Sept. 8. He
said as long as the Negro stu students
dents students lived in the Dollarway area,
they should be admitted to the
Segregation leaders say they
have information that two of the
Negroes have decided against
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I any attempt at Integration, and
the third "might pull out too,
before school opens."
On another front Mrs. Dale Al Al-ford,
ford, Al-ford, wife of the U.S. representa
tive frm Little Rock sent a let letter
ter letter to Mayor Werner Knoop de demanding
manding demanding action on charges oi
brutalily brought against police
chief Gene Smith by segregation segregationists
ists segregationists who are angry at him for
using billy clubs and fire hoses
to break up a demonstration
Wednesday at Central Hign
Knoop said he might bring the
request up tonight with the city
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Zone team rallied seven times in the second inning and
wJ, from there t0 oust Greenville, Tenn., from the
VFW Teener baseball tournament 10-7.
The victory for the Canal Zonje was its first in the
double elimination tourney, while Greenville was eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated on the strength of its second straight loss.
The bflVS from Panama onl
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n 10 a Daa start today as Green
vile cashed in taree hits, a walk
and a sacrifice, for thrpp
in the ODenina fram
But tour walks, two errors, a
fielder's choice, and hits by
Woody French and John Bate Bate-man
man Bate-man netted seven runs for the
Zonians, who were never ttead ttead-ed.
ed. ttead-ed. Frank Reirhprf roli PlroH Pinal
Zone starting pitcher John Mark Mark-ham
ham Mark-ham in the first inning and pitch pitched
ed pitched steadily until he tired in the
seventh, when a Greenville rally
brought thi Tennessee team with within
in within three runs of a tie.
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steel order-steel VfbF lamCS P Mitchel1 today mke
lffiSellH in b0PeS0f Settling the 34-day-old walkout.
Present IL 5 Tn after a -niinute meeting with th
up aHLttaiernehn0tWeVer' Wa' hPCd hat the move miht
The Secretary, who had been serving as a one-man fact find,
ng board for the President, said he would present rtattotfi
to newsmen in a press conference tomorrow. wausncf
Steel workers President David J.
McDonald said yesterday that if
President Eisenhower wants to
held end the five-week-oid steel
strike he should arrange "summit"
negotiations between ton nninn jnrl
McDonald spoke as the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Executive Council accused
the steel industry of spearhead
ing an all out management war
on unions and promised "every
assistance" to the Steelworker.
McDonald also disclosed that the
strikklC union had rpfnspH rpnupKt?
from US militarv officials to deliv
er "missile steel" now stocked in
side struck mills.
The Steelworkers will continue to
refuse such requests, he said, in
accordance with its no-production
work policy during the walkout by
500.000 union members.
"Let them ask Hough for steel,"
said McDonald, referring to U.S.
Steel Corp. Board Chairman Roger
But he belittled the significance,
of the situation which he said in involved
volved involved merely a few truckloads
of steel for missile-making.
McDonald backed up his call for
a presidential-sponsored steel sum summit
mit summit conference bv announcing that
be would continue -to boveott con
tract talks in New York being con
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But Reiehert had
to fan the final batter, one of nil
Greenville out. hit the Panama
team nine-to-seven. Greeneville'i
errors in the loosely played game
led to tis do unfall.
Bateraan continued his fine
hitting with a single and double
and a walk while Woody French
also had two hits.
Panama's other hits were made
by Lewis French, Bob Smith, and
Joe Presiter. Panama will meet
Uniontown, Pa,, which captured'
its first two tournament gamei
in the third round of the tourna tournament
ment tournament tomorrow.
US Steel Strike
ducted under auspices of the Fed Fed-eral
eral Fed-eral Mediation Service.
Joseph Einnegan, chief of tho
Federal Mediation and Conciliation
Service, and his staff met again in
joint conference with steel and la labor
bor labor in New York yesterday, but
no progress was reported.
The union has had its "second,
team" in the sessions since Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald abandoned tho folk-, in
days ago, complaining that the 12-
company industry group headed by
n. onara cooper, bad no power
to make decisions.
McDonald has hinted that the
only industry man to talk to is
When asked about McDonald's
summit, "idea, Cooper reiterated"
that his bargaining team was the
authorized industry taegotiators.
McDonald admitted he had no
plans te see President Eisenhow Eisenhower,
er, Eisenhower, but would be happy to discuss
the steel deadlock with him.
As to what suggestions he might
make, the union rhiVf eui hm
would urge the President to "get
the responsible leaders nf h
steel industry in touch With roennn.
sible union leaders" for face-to-face
This is the way six previous-post-war
steel strikes wri settled