The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02959

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Excise Tax Rates
Extended One Year

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-WASHINGTON, June 27 (UPI)--A HouseSenate con.
terence committee agreed yesterday on a bill extending
Wartime corporate and excise tax rates for another year
after Senate negotiators abandoned most of the amend.
ments added by the chamber.
The conferees threw out completely a Senate provision
that wouldhave repealed the special, tax break given stock.
holders five years ago. They also discarded an amend.
ment that, would have increased federal payments to the
states for public, assistance programs.
The House negotiators made token concessions on two
other Senate amendments--one that would have repealed
the 10 per cent tax on domestic passenger travel and an.
other that would have ended the 10 per cent communica.
tions tai on June 30, 1960.

Under the compromise bill, one
half of the 10 per cent tax on
long-distance train, plane and bus
tickets would: end June 30, 1960.
The remaining '5 per.. cent woula
stay on the, books.
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Under. thirevised version of' the.
commutdeationstax,: only :tie: 10
per centZletry ort telephorte
tells would be ended Jude 30, 1960.
The tax CM long-distance telephone,
telegraph land; other cotomunica cotomunica.
. cotomunica. tiona serVitttyoulc114S,tPtitinuttt'
fimselter.11terk-sost6,,gue,Pit.1
tee tberiveir Atheq titX4 tut l'e
: paining- in the bill will ge into
effect Congress reviews the corp.
orate-excise tax structure each
, 'year and it could change its mind
before the 1960 date rolls around.
The iSompromise bill added up

Achvi Heighiens
For Tetner Carnival
Opening On Tuesday
A. Tuesday, opening day of the
Teener Carnival, approaches, ac activity
tivity activity around Hangar 6 at Albrook
Field has been stepped up and re results
sults results of the efforta are becoming
noticeable.
At the same time, an interesting
competition apart from the carni carnival
val carnival continues in nip-and-tuck race
to win the job as equipment man manager
ager manager with the team. At last count counting,
ing, counting, Joe Arreguin was leading by a
nose with 198 booster tickets sold.
Close behind was John Carlson
with 194.
More than 50 activities are plan planned
ned planned for the earnival, and refresh refreshment
ment refreshment and entertainment will be
nor'inally priced. Contributions are
stih -eeded for the "white ele elephant
phant elephant and rummage booths, and
persons with donations are asked
to leave them at UN. Post 3822
near the corner of Gaillard High Highway
way Highway and PAD-Curundu Road.
Also needed are volunteer work work-
- work- ors to help operate the booths.
, Persons wishing to help are asked
to stop by Hangar 6 Monday night
at 7 p.m. for assignment to a set setacted
acted setacted activity.
Religious Faiths
Signal Beginning
Of Refugee Year

, WASHINGTON (UPI)---All three
of the nation's major religious
- faiths will conduct special serv services
ices services this week end to signal the
beginning of the world Refugee
Year July 1..
Synagogues will observe "Refu "Refugee
gee "Refugee Sabbath" toda y. The
Synagogue Council of America
bas asked all rabbis to explain
the "vast humanitarian problem
With which the refugee year is
concerned.
Pope John XXIII will make a
broadcast to the word tomorrow
, Catholics to support the
' refugee year. Special prayers also
, will be offered in all Catholic
churches.
Protestant observance be
1ed from the nation's capdtal with
Aimee's! services in Washington
Cathedral. The Very Rev. Francis
E.' Sayre Jr., who is dean of the
cathedral ond also chairman of
the U.S., National Committee for
Ilefugees, will conduct a new
litany of intercession for refugees.
The refugee year is sponsored
b the United Nations, ander a
resolution proposed by the United
States and Great Britain.

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to a victory for President Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. As finally approved, the
measure, would extend current
businesg and excise levies during
the, next, fiscal year just ae the
administration had requested.
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (1)-
Ark.) of the HGuse conferees and
Chairman Harry F. Byrd (D-Va )
of the Senate negotiators said
they expected final action in both
houses ,of Congress Monday.
, The bill must be ligned by the
Tiresident before ,,Tne'sidaviikinitt;
'MO. to pravaatAldraftla the
per tent taxTat,intV.porporate
income' and ht Itee,.excise- wee
on cigarettes, Itquor, -beer, wine
and new automobiles.
Letting the business and excise
rates drop back to peacetime
levels would cost the treasury two
billion dollars a year in reven
nes.
They were imposed during the
Korean War and have been re renewed
newed renewed since on a year-to-ye3r
basis.
House conferees went into nego negoagree
agree negoagree to no concessions that
would mean a net cut in federal
income in the new fiscal yell
They stood by their pledge de despite
spite despite the token change n the
travel tax.
The House previously approved
the extension bill just as the ad administration
ministration administration had requested. The
Senate peppered it with amend amendments
ments amendments before finally passing it
early yesterday after a grueling
15-hour session.
Small Random Snags
Blamed For Failure
Of Discoverer IV
VANDENBERG AFB, Calif.
(UPI) The Air ,Force today
blamed "small random" malfunc malfunctions
tions malfunctions for two successive failures
in the sDiscoverer satellite pro program
gram program which is aimed toward
manned moons and military re reconnaissance
connaissance reconnaissance satellites.
Discoverer IV burned up on re reentering
entering reentering the atmosphere several'
thousand miles south of here
within a few minutes after launch launching
ing launching Thursday. Discoverer met
the same fate June 3, carrying
four mice to flaming death.
'rhe Air Force claimed at least
90 per cent success with Discov Discoverers
erers Discoverers I and II, both of which
reached orbit.
Spokesmen blamed two "minor
malfunctions" for failure of Dis Discoverer
coverer Discoverer III to orbit and expressed
belief Thursday's failure also was
due to "small bugs remaining to
be ironed out of the system."
Harriman Notices
Economic Recovery
in Soviet Union
PARiS (UPI)---Former Gov.
Averell Harriman of New York
said on his arrival from Moscow
today that during his six week
tour of the Soviet Union he saw sawevidence
evidence sawevidence of "extraordinary recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction work and amazing eco economic
nomic economic expansion realized through
Intensive labor."
Harriman saidhe planned to
visit West Gertnany and Britain
beforn returning to the United
State's.
Before the former U.S. ambas
sador to Moscow left the Soviet
capital he said hp could report
nothing encouraging on the pros prospects
pects prospects of a settlement of the Ger German
man German uegetion.

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QUESTIONED BY NEWSMEN -.- ranamantan diplonuti Roberto, Arias is questioned by newsmen as he arrived at Lima yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, en route to Rio de Janeirn, where his wifti'Daine Margot Fonteyn IS expected to meet him today.
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ReFations
With Truiiiio
HAVANA, June 27---(UPI)Cuba
has broken off diplomatic relations
with the Dominican Republic,
charging that the Dominican gov government
ernment government is conducting a campaign
of "genocide" against its own peo people.
ple. people. Acting Foreign Minister Arman Armando
do Armando Hart yesterday handed a note
announcing the break to Msgr.
Luis Centoz, the Papal Nuncio and
Dean of the diplomatic corps, be because
cause because the Dominican government
has no diplomatic representative
here.

Dominican Charg d'Affaires Jo- Several thOusand employes of
se Vicioso left the country some the Panama Canal organization
time ago without designating any- will start the Independence Day
Holiday this year on Friday along
one to act for him in his absence.
with federal employes elsewhere.
The note was cleared by tele teleNormally,
Normally, teleNormally, government workers
phone with Foreign Minister Raul would have missed this year's In InRoa,
Roa, InRoa, who is In -Washington wind- dependence Day holiday since Ju Julog
log Julog up the affairs of his previous lv 4th falls on Saturday. However,
post as Cuban Ambassador to ,--,
reuerai government employes are
the Organization of American being excused from work Friday
States.
under an executive order issued
two weeks ago by President Ei EiRea
Rea EiRea himself announced the senhower.
break to the OAS.
Hart said Cuba bore repeated! A memorandum has been issued
Dominican insults, attacks- on Cu at Balboa Heights by Governor
ban diplomats in Ciudad Trujillo,Potter explaining the timekeeping
and refusals to extradite war procedures for the coming week weekcriminals"
criminals" weekcriminals" without breaking rela-end. Although employes will be
tions. excused from work on Friday, it
will not, be treated as a holiday
Now, however, he said, the Dom-Ifor leave and compensation purl-4--
.......---, 4,, ills,4,,11 1 poses.

Now, however, he said, the Dom Dominican
inican Dominican government is "brutally
machinegunning its own people"
n apparent reference to counter countermeasures
measures countermeasures taken against an at attempted
tempted attempted invasion earlier this
month.
"Cuba considers that this attack
on the (Dominican) people is a case
of genocide, and has proceeded to'
bieak relations," Hart said.
The decision to break relations
was reached at a meeting yester yesterday
day yesterday attended by Hart, Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Augusto Martinez Sanchez,
Labor Secretary Manuel Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez Garcia, presidential secretary
Luis Bitch and Raul Chiba&
Cubans Capture'
NicaraguaBound
invasion Ship
HAVANA (UPI)A new inva
sion attempt against the Nica Nicaraguan
raguan Nicaraguan goverainent of President
Luis A. Somoza was thwarted
yesterday when Cuban air and sur
face units seized a ship with 27
would be invaders off the coast
of Pinar del Rio province.
The ship, identified as the Nau Nautilus,
tilus, Nautilus, was sighted by Cubsn naval
planes which radioed its position
to surface craft. The latter inter intercepted
cepted intercepted and captured the ship.

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959

RIO DE JANEIRO, June 27
MPIIBallerina Dame Margot
Fonteyn and her political refugee
husband, Dr. Roberto Arias, will
hold a reunion here today.
Arias, former Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to London, had been ac accused
cused accused of leaeing an abortive plot
against the goVernment of Panama
it's True! tio
Work Friday For
Canal Employes

for leave and compensauon pur purposes.
poses. purposes. 1 eral Trade Commission ordered
44restone Tire and Rubber Co.
Employes who might have been loda31 to stop calling its sccomi sccomiexcused
excused sccomiexcused from work because of the!line tires "original equipment."
requirements of their jobs will be The commission, however, dis disgiven
given disgiven a liay off later in the fiscal missed a charge that Firestone's
year without loss of leave or pay. tire names were deceptive.
The governor's memorandum The "Super champ'on" tires
requested heads of bureaus and were designed as original equip equipindependent
independent equipindependent units to schedule ment when original Firestone ad
their operations so that as many vertising was run in 1!1;-,7, 11-te
employes as possible can get the commission said, but are not be bebenefit
benefit bebenefit of the Independence Day ing placed rn r-rs coming off the
holiday. assembly line now.

Grim Statistics Of Potentia Atom Attack
Place One-Third Of US Populace As Killed

WASHINGTON (UPI) It's a
typical mid October day the
kind that sets the imagination oi
little boys tingling with visions of
sweet-smelling cider, jack-o -lanterns
and witches.
The hour is 7 a.m. Traf Traffic
fic Traffic is just beginning to hum in
New York City. San Francisco is
still asleep.
Sudden enemy H bombs come
crashing down on 71 U.S. centers.
of populations and industry as-,
sumed to be "critical target"
areas.
The little boys' dreams IT
swept away in a holocaust of
flame and destruction leaving
these grim statistics in its wake:

in April. His dark-haired wife had she replied "I think to Brussels,
been jailed in Panama for a brief where we have a house, and to
period on charges of helping him. London. But my only plans for the
Arias denied on his arrival yes- moment are to rejoin my hus husterday
terday husterday that Dame Margot was im- band."
plicated in the recent unsuccessful
invasion of Panama by a small reb rebvayer
vayer rebvayer Ouesfions
el band. He also denied that he had 1
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plotted the Cuban expedition.
Arias said he had fled to the Bra- p
zilian embassy because he believed 3.1.1kLi; mq In
hithself in "imminent danger." He
also said it appeared the Panama- l
nian government "wanted to turn veal Of Reeves
the Embassy into a jail" by at first
withholding from him the right -zf HOLLYWOOD (UP1)--Atiorney
si fe conduct. Jerry Geisler said Friday he was
Arias said he believed the sittia- not satisfied with the suicide rvl
tion in Panama was now calm. ing of police and the coroner in
The invasion agitation "caused the death TV Superman
the government to pass a new elec election
tion election law allowing free elections," George Reeves because the case
had too many "angles."

had too many "angles."
tion law allowing free elections,"
he said. "This makes the political
outlook good." "You have to look for a motive
As she passed through Lisbon in this kind of a situaLon," sai(,
early today, the British ballerina Giesler, famed attorney for mo
said she expected to return with tion pictor7 stars. said he
him to Brussets and London. NV a S considering calling in privai.s
Questioned by reporters at the investigators to inquire into cir cirai"port
ai"port cirai"port M:ss Fonteyn declined to cumstances n the case.
make eny comments of a political However, Giesler said he was
nature. not overly optimistic that his in inAsked
Asked inAsked where she and her hus- Yestigation would shed any new
band woule go after meeting in Rio ligh! on the .death. "Of course,

Firestone Scolded
For Ad Phrasing
WASHINGTON (UPI)The Fed
79 per cent of Baltimore's 1,1
338,000 people are dead or fatally'
injured.
75 per cent of Boston's 2,875,-
000 populace is wiped out, a loss
of 2,136,000 lives.
Nevi York suffered the heav heaviest
iest heaviest numerical death toll 6,098,-
000. But percentagewise, the na nation's
tion's nation's largest city is lucky, if you
can call it that. That's only 47
per cent of the New York metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan area population.
The impartial calculating ma machines
chines machines of the Office of Civil De Defense
fense Defense Mobilization ticked off
these casualty estimates for
congressional atomic energy sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee as it concluded a week

HOLLYWOOD tUPliAttorney
Jerry Geis ler said Friday he was' lit I
not satisfied with the suicide rcl I ,ew Pets Anvone.
ing of police and the coroner iti
the death ol. TV S u p e r in a n j-n211 7one SPCA
Georoe Beeves because the casej t--''''"'7 :

cumstances n the case.
However, Giesler said he was
not overly optimistic that his in investigation
vestigation investigation would shed any new
light on the death. "Of course,
we'll try to the best of our abil ability,"
ity," ability," he said, "but so much
time has elapsed and there has
ben such a mixupso many un untied
tied untied ends."
The attorney said he would be
"delighted to talk with police of officials
ficials officials if it would be of any ben benefit."
efit." benefit." Declining to criticize the police,
he said officers "did what they
believed to be a thorough' job."
Reeves was found shot to death
believed to be a thorough job."
Reeves was found shot to death
in his home on June 16. Police
ruled the desth a suicide at that
time, and although the ease was
reopOned this week, Chief Wil William
liam William Parker said he saw no rea reason
son reason to change the finding.
long hearing on effects of a "lim "limited"
ited" "limited" H-bomb war.
flussi., supposedly hit 224 U.S.
targets with 263 bombs packing
the power of 1,446,000,000 tons of
TNT.
An Atomic Energy Commission
official, Dr. John N. Wolfe, said
earlier that such an attack would
sehr the countryside so severely
it might take 1,000 years or
some parts of the "landscape" to
recover.
The OCDNI presented total na national
tional national casulaty figures esterrhy
which showed that some 48.900,-
000 Americans would he killed in
such a warapproaching a third
of the population.

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SMOMM'S
V.O.

CANADIAN WHISKY
lAwyeted eat& ape,t."

ony
PoSSM119
Pilots Beef
Over Months
Of Overtime'

While the Panamci Canal chalked up another peak
transit performance yesterday and the record traffic jam
appeared broken, the question of just how the critical pi pilot
lot pilot shortage may have affected the jam remained an un unanswered
answered unanswered one today.
Many veteran pilots complained they have beeli
working 60 to 75 hours per week in recent weeks, and
that the overtime loads have been excessive, if not con continuous,
tinuous, continuous, for many months.
Authorized pilot strength of the Panam6 Canal is
110 qualified men, but the present rolls total only 95. Of
these about 16 are presently on leave.
The nature of yesterday's meeting between pilot
spokesmen and Pilots Association counsel William S. Ty Tyson
son Tyson and Gov. William E. Potter has not been made pub public.
lic. public. Tyson scrid only that the three hour meeting "cover "coverd
d "coverd pay scales and working conditions."
However, according to some sources a major conflict
between the Canal organization and the pilots may
break into the open before long.
,

Pilot spokesmen stiSli pointed out
'i'llWritttit5004JeKttOkrrionl'
Lw,
Intr.444114- Atalk-S4Ittir.-11t1""
United States.
According to Tyson, Potter k kgreed
greed kgreed to take the pilots' requests
under advisement and provide a
reply after next month's meeting
of the Panama Canal board of di directors.
rectors. directors. The controvresy over pilots'
overtime assignments has led to
a conflict in views. Pilot sources
say the excessive schodulos have
not been confined to tho record
paacetima traffic jam which bo bogan
gan bogan on June 13.
But at a press conference con concerning
cerning concerning the eile-up Potter revealed
nvertime figures for pilots since
last Jan. 1 and for the period June
1-13, For the year up to today Cris Crisohal
ohal Crisohal pilots averaged 4.65 and Bal Bal',0a
',0a Bal',0a nilots 6.25 overtime hours per
week.
For the June 1-13 period, the
,Offers Adoptions
Several animals, cats, dogs. and
Httr,ns heen made available
lo the Canal Zone Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
and are offered for adoption to re responsible
sponsible responsible families.
Two full grown cats, male and
f, male are up for adoption by two
service families who are leaving
the Itshmus and offer their gentle
Pets. The first is owned by Colonel
Tate at Fort Clayton, telephone
87-3103. Thi3 is a black, yellow and
white female. The second is of offered
fered offered by Maior Banks at Kohhe.
Ielephone 84-3244 who has a male
grey and white eat.
The society has two pets at the
corozal Small Animal Station. One
is a female brindle cat and the
second, a medium-size short hair haired
ed haired male dog. Several kittens are
also available. These two may be
inspected a' the clinic and if any anyone
one anyone desires to adopt them. a call
should be made to Mrs. Berta
Lewis at 273-5113. Mrs. Lewis
should also be contacted for the
kittens. Telephone calls should not
be made to the Corozal Clinic.
Honduran Troops
Battle Would-be
Nicaraauan Rebels
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras
tUPD--Honduran troops battled
about 50 would-be invaders of Nic Nicaragua
aragua Nicaragua near the border town of
El Chaparral Wednesday night, it
was reported today. Eight persons
were killed in a two-hour clash.
Reliable sources said seven in invaders
vaders invaders were killed, 15 wounded
and 28 captured in the border gun gunfight.
fight. gunfight. One soldier was. killed and
two were wounded.
The sources said the 28 pris prisoners
oners prisoners included "men of various
nationalities" but gave no details
except to say that none of them
was Honduran.

,

,
a
.
'

two weeks -preceding the, jainv
Selboa WVertlbitrAoteU
weekly.
Potter also pointed out these
overtime figures includes the paid
travel allowance of 2 hours 25 mi.
nutes for each transit a pilot
assigned.
During the jam pilots say they
have been working as many as 75
hours weekly. as much as 34 boon
overtime.
But to date there has been no
confirmation of any vessel melt.
sively delayed durIng the jam for
want of an available pilot.
Canal authorities confirmed, how
ever, that four or five ships were
held up longer than necessary for
lack of tugs.
Some sources have hinted pilote
are dissatisfied with the number
and power of the seven tugs oil
duty throughout the Canal. Tuga
are used mostly to steady supere
carriers on their passage through
Gaillard Cut. They are also used
for mooring.
Earlier this week Balboa
Haights announced that nine of
the 15 pilot vacancies haVo boon
filled. But tho now pilots must
go through a 21 months training
before taking a ship through tho
big ditch on their own, and an another
other another 10 years in service haforo
they can bo assignad to transit
a suporcarrior.
Canal statistics indicate daily
arrivals of super carriers has just
about doubled during the past four
years.
The Canal personnel office also
annOtineed 10 vacancies for two twoboat
boat twoboat master to lead the assignment
a3 Canal pilots. Whether these ere
in addition to the nine candidateit
already notified could not be learn.
ed today.
Meanwhile, Canal performance
was on a round-the-clock peak lev level
el level in an attempt to decisively end
the backlog by tomorrow.
Yesterday 40 ships transited and
only two were held over till today,.
Mechanical Failure
Downs Chopper
In Costa Rica
An II-19 helicopter of the 937 LP'S.
gineer Co. landed safely near Tar.
cotes, Costa Rica, after a failure
in the control system yesterday, U.
S. Army Caribbean said today.
Parts for the aircraft were 110WD
to Costa Rica this morning.
The helicopter pilot ,st. Lt. COIN
aid D. Dyer, had been en route
from San Jose to Ft. Kobbe, when
his craft developed the trouble.
Captains James C. Crawford and
Claude E. Hargott took off from
Ft. Kobbe about 8 a.m. today in 1111
L-23D light plane for San Jose
with the needed park, which were
lifted by helicopter from San JOIld
to Tarcoles.
The crippled helicopter was esti
petced to fly on to Kobbe toda?
after repairs.
The pilots are all assigned tco
te 937 Company which supports op
erations of the Inter-Americatt
Geodetic Survey throughout Latin
America.

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CASTRO AND INVASIONS
Sir:
Having read many recent exposes of the social and political
scene in me US in general and Washington, D.C., in particular.
1 think we Latin Americans are entitled to ask the US what
right it has to be forever urging us to set our own house in or

der in this respect or that. Do they expect us to run cleaner
governments than the Federal government of the United States?
My countryman "Reconsideration" (Mail Box, June 18) seems
to overlook that the US has honored Cuba's Fidel Castro bv
ruting him right up along with Russia's Nikita Khrushchev,
fcgypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser and the Dominican Republic's Ra Rafael
fael Rafael L. Trujlllo as being "too hot to handle," as thev sav in
baseball.
Castro is a courageous man. He has dared incur the com combined
bined combined wrath of the kinfolk of those of his countrymen to whom
he gave the Indian massacre treatment, and of the US govern government
ment government for telling how American blood would flow if there was
any US attempt to invade Cuba.
Such unpopularity as he has thus earned is manifesting lt lt-;i3lf
;i3lf lt-;i3lf in all sorts of criticism concerning his alleged part in cur current
rent current turbulence in the Caribbean. I would like to remind those
jwho are trying to knock Castro in this regard thatCuba. Argen Argentina
tina Argentina and Venezuela have all staged more or less recent revolu revolutions
tions revolutions without any outside help. Why then should it be supposed
that every Caribbean revolutionary attempt nowadays is Castro Castro-Inspired?
Inspired? Castro-Inspired? The individual Cubans who invaded Panama at Nombre de
plos are another matter. I frankly am hard put for an explana explanation
tion explanation of what the Panamanian people consider to be honorable
national pride and patriotism. Twice in 11 years they overthrew
a constitutionally-elected president whose record to this dav re remains
mains remains incomparable (they also changed a lot of other presidents
In the same period), then recently we find them sympathizing
with armed foreigners who have invaded our native soil. As a
lurther reminder to our peculiar patriots, the Cubans invaded
ilust about the same place as did the Spanish and English ln-

accrs Deiove mem.
i These same peculiar patriots have criticized the counter counter-measures
measures counter-measures taken by the National Guard and bv the government
of President Ernesto de la Guardta Jr. against the invasion at
the time. I would ask these critics what other course of action
they would have taken themselves, if they wished to show the
slightest symptoms of statesmanship and diplomacy?
Fewer than 100 well-armed invaders landed in a remote part
of Panama, and were swiftly cordoned off by the equally well well-armed
armed well-armed National Guard, which outnumbered the invaders over over-whelmingly.
whelmingly. over-whelmingly. True the invaders became friendly enough with the
'townsfolk of itombre de Dios, but what guarantee did the Na Na-V?nal
V?nal Na-V?nal Guard have that thees townsfolk might not be held and
c.e as hostages should a full-scale attack be mounted on the
invaders?
Just this month a group of native Nicaraguans Invaded their
own homeland in an effort to topple the Somoza regime. The
Nicaraguan armed forces, infinitely more powerful than Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's National Guard, followed the same tactics as the Nation National
al National Guard did at the Nombre de Dlos invasion.
Our peculiar patriotas have questioned the National Guard's
'courage upon that occasion. I have not heard them questjnine
Jthe courage of the Somoza boys and the Nicaragua! Amur on
the Darallel, more recent occasion. s
Ginger Know All.

Labor News
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Comments

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Sir:
i This is our hottest dav since my return 15 years ago. and
1 getting hotter. It passed the 100 mark yesterday, and njuLv go
higher today.
The sun hit the Tropic of Cancer and starts its six months'
hike south to Capricorn and so goes this old world from year
to year and mv poor old eyes not able to enioy it.
Can still smell, however, and both sides of the yard are lined
with flowers.
They're talking politics again, and they manage to get a a-long,
long, a-long, and it matters little which side wins. Ike has already ap appointed
pointed appointed a 46-year-old Democrat from Vernon, Texas, as (Secre (Secretary
tary (Secretary of the Treasury and that is about all that matters!'"
I was stopping at the same hotel in Tyler, Tex., when his
father had a contract to build a phone line from Troupe to
Denison. He moved on, and I have never seen any of them
since.
This is a dav I intend to stay in. Still eating the nice figs
my friend sent in. People are still good, and I don't know how
we-couyl make out without them. Thanks for the clippings from
tig- Hinkles. ". ,r v "i
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By VICTOR RIESEL
Some of Washing. on' most in in-.uL'mial
.uL'mial in-.uL'mial nepujlicans nave quietly

jeyun mptJiii& inio soape a cam campaign
paign campaign 10 ni'iiiiiidie lormer Secreia Secreia-ly
ly Secreia-ly ol Commerce Lewis L. Strauss
.or Vice i-resident in 1960.
Top strategist of the group is a
man wno nab airected several cru crucial
cial crucial drives lor the Republican Par Party.
ty. Party. He is in the GOP echelon clos

est to President Eisenhower.
He is a sophisticated political
analyst. He is well aware that
this would be the first serious at attempt
tempt attempt to place a man ol the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish laith on a national ticket.
Yet there is no irresponsible ad adventure
venture adventure in this drive. It is a de dedicated
dicated dedicated effort to couple Admiial
Strauss with Richard Nixon as
the Republican national ticket
next year. There is nothing spe speculative
culative speculative about this report. It is a
serious move by serious men.
There is documentary evidence
of this campaign. I have been told
in some detail of the letters which
were mailed in the past few days
to prominent policy mskers in inside
side inside the party. These were follow followed
ed followed by scores of telephone calls.
The reports indicate that Vice
President Nixon is aware of the
drive and has done nothing to dis discourage
courage discourage the burgeoning boom.
There are authentic reoorts that
President Eisenhower has been
told ,of the move by a group of
men indignant over the reiec'ion
of the Admiral by the U.S. Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. It is known by Mr Strauss'

supporters that Mr. Eisenhower is
personally eager for some nation national
al national move which would give his
good friend and aide some world

wide recognition with the impact
of a rocket thrust.

With the implied assurance that

neither the President nor the Vice

President as nominal leaders of

their party want the Strauss
boom to die aborning, its strate

gists now are essaying tt-eir poli

tical strength. Should their poll

snow them that such a campaign
will roll, they'll make it public
wi'h all the skill anH oublic re relations
lations relations talent for which he cam cam-naien'
naien' cam-naien' initiator ij far"ed in poli political
tical political circles. Neither he nor his
colleagues have actually eons"'ted
with Mr. Strauss on strategy. They
have told him what they're doing
on their own.
They believe this is thejnoment
most propitious to launch" such a
drive for such personality who
is a member of one of the minori minori-tv
tv minori-tv rel'ginus faiths in the land.
They belipve the time ha enme
when onlv a handful will fiThf
them on the basis of Mr. Strauss'
faith. Thev noint to tb certainty
that candidates of ann'her minori minority
ty minority faith will be on the national
ticket from now on.

In Republican ranVs the leading
con'ender of a non-Protestant aith
i Secretary of Labor Jame Mitch Mitchell.
ell. Mitchell. He Is. of course, a Catholic.
Mr. Straus' oromoters rneet
Mr. Mitchell, though ost of them
disagree with him politically, Tev
believe h's policies bve narallel narallel-labor
labor narallel-labor too frequen'lv. Sprretar"
Mitchell argues strenuously and
and well that he has hepn obioe obioe-tive
tive obioe-tive and that the labor reform law
he has chamnioned "-as drawn up
for the interest of all.
However, it is understood that
those who prepare to boom Mr.
S'rauss are not interested in bat battling
tling battling anyone. Thev are devoted to
the thought that the outgoing Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Commerce is one of the
nation's most hard-hitting organi

zers. They believe that he deserv deserves
es deserves the nomination on his talents
and that a man's faith no longer
should be an asset or a liability
or even a discussion piece In politics.

Therp is at least one powerful

labor force on Mr. Strauss' side

John L. Lewis and his miners.

Thus not all the backing Is from

political or industrial sources.

Whatever happens, thj boom

will push American politics one
"iant orogressive sten forward,
Mr. Strauss' sunnorters believe.
Most likely, it will have the indi indirect
rect indirect effect n' booming Jim Mitch Mitchell,
ell, Mitchell, who will take the nomination
if he can get it. Obviously Mr.
Strauss' chances are not goo.
But th discussion the drive will
stir will ease the wav for the no nomination
mination nomination of a non-Protestant
running mate for the presidential
candidate.
That Senate debate over Mr.
Strauss nonpar to have made
ore history than If seemed at
first.

"I'm Not Your Maker But I Sure Am Your Finisher!"

Glamorous Proposition
By BOB RUARK

I know I m prone to be ho-stile

to ham-style, but the most beau

tiful lady I know, a Miss Ava
Gardner, came calling to the
house not long ago, and she

wasn't as lovely as she used to be.
Either she didn't have on any lip

stick at all. or she had on one of
these new light shades that the

Italians have made so fashionable.
Now I offer this as a proposi proposition.
tion. proposition. Miss Gardner needs much
less help than most ladies to ap appear
pear appear beautiful, and since she and
Mama and I are old chums, may
be she didn't figure she had to be
glamorous and put on face when
she came calling In her slacks.
But I got a sneaky hunch it wasn't
that. I got a hunch she is wear wearing
ing wearing that fashionable shade of no nothing
thing nothing but white salve on the lios
that all 'hese Eurooean films stars
have inflicted on the public.

You kids know how I am when
I take a stand. Ruthless. Well, I
am ruthless against white lipstick,
pale-pink lipstick, orange lipstick,
lemon lipstick or any other kind
of lipstick that ain't red. By gol golly,
ly, golly, when I get caught coming
home with the -evidence on the
collar, I don't want to be hung for
no lamb. I like It red. and I like
lots of It, and If the handkerchief
neoole get rich off me, I just
plin don't mind.
The chief warden around here
had lunch with the too editor of
Harper's Bazaar in New York not
so long ago, after a long snatp in
Siberia, or some nlace. aid Ma Mama
ma Mama to Miss Mary P.: "What's the
matter, sweetie, have vou got
cold sores or something" And
th boss editor ald, "No. It's the
ehic new lipstick these F.nronean
film ouppns have turned inn Hh
stvle." Mama said she fpt ter terrible
rible terrible because she haH red l;"s, but
she also said she felt healthier.
A very orettv lrl I know from
t)enver. named Darlene Mimed un
in A'rica to go on safari with us
a whil back. Darlene is the fash fash-Ion
Ion fash-Ion editor of one of the napers I
work for. Shp had on of these
new lintick 1ohs. eTrent t-prs was
'evervhle. vou rould lighten un
th nink wi'h white, or something
My head man. a SwaM'i ren'' ren''-man
man ren''-man named Juma, asked me the

. o
same thing he always asks in the

I morning when we've been up too

late, and Juma, a Moslem teeto teetotaller,
taller, teetotaller, disapproves. He looked a.
Darlene and said:
"Wassamatter Memsaab, she
seeck?
I explained as best I could in
my faultless Swahili that the Mem Memsaab
saab Memsaab was not sick, but she was
just carrying out the dictates of
high style. Juma muttered some something
thing something about not caring that she
didn't have a ring in her nose, but
he did think that girls with.,, lips
ought to have red lips. Otherwise,
nobody would buy them because
the natural assumption was that
they were not well, and would be
unable to work. Having been ac accustomed
customed accustomed to Juma's logic for 10
years, I wormed out of it by say saying
ing saying the Memsaab was rich and .al .already
ready .already had a husband.
"HmpVtriima said, w6ffding
what manner of man would buy a
wife with white lips.
The point, I wish to make here
is that if Mama, who was born in
Tennessee, raised in Washington,
and who has lived a great many
years in various capitals of the
world, and Juma, who is half Con Congolese
golese Congolese Arab and half Kikuyu he
says both come to the same a'
greement abou' this liostick deal,
something must be wrong with the

lipstick.

Personally I would not buy Bn Bn-gitte
gitte Bn-gitte Bardot or this Juliette Gre Greco
co Greco on a bet. because their hair is
all rumpled and they pot whi(e

lips and sort of grn streaks a a-round
round a-round their, eyes. They look like

something that have been slung

out of a Second Avenue bar for
the sin of not being neat. I
wouldn't give 50 goats for either
one of them, let alone some blank blankets
ets blankets and a fat ram or so.

Perhaos these women who wear

this atrocious pule make-im" wi'h
the rag mop hairdos think it
makes them look voun", but it

doesn't. It lust makes them look

un-neat. rather dirty and very.

verv anemic. Thaf Greco dame,
look like something vou'd find in

a gynsy rave in the low-rental a-

rea of Annalucia.

I note that on liostick firm ho

rot 12 shades of lins'lrk to s-11 in

ULYljACUIMftThM

4

immM-WriWUllD

y DIIN MAKSON

a four-color, double slick slick-)aper
)aper slick-)aper advertisement, and none of
he shades are red. If I'm goiog
o get clobbered for accidentally
how else) getting, it on my col col-ar,
ar, col-ar, I want it to be red, not orange
.loat or toffee sherbet or coral
vanilla.

FACT

IHZill j

Manila, the chief city of the ;
Philippine Islands, was found founded
ed founded in 1571 bj the Spaniard,
Mlfutl Lopez de Lefazpl. The
amall early icttlement which
tarted a fort aoon became
center of oriental trade. Ex Except
cept Except for brief period (1702 (1702-64)
64) (1702-64) of British occupancy,- the
city wai In Spaniih hands from
Its founding to 1898 when the
Spanish surrendered the Phil Philippine!
ippine! Philippine! to the U.S. Manila was
the islands' capital until 1948
when a suburb, Quexon City,
was made the official capital.
Q Encyclopedia Brllannlca.

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Moab was like a vine whose
branches had spread across the

land. Then had come disaster.
The vine was severed at its

roots. The people were cast forth

as fugitives.

But man has been a wanderer

all his days upon the earth. Our

society because of its industrial!
zatinn is rapidly -reverting to no

madism. The moving van is now

the symbol of our American cul culture.
ture. culture. We are like the ancient
Moabites, cut off from our roots.
We echo their appeal for secur security
ity security and stability.
Alongside the physical migration
is a restlessness of heart. We
are D.P's In soirit. The old c c-thical
thical c-thical landmarks have gone and
tero is noth'ng left to guide us.
We have been forced out of the
comfortable Moab of the pre-wjr
dys. set adrift in the wastelands
of the spirit.
Yet there Is a goal If w? can

only open our eyes to see it. The
re'ueee Moabites looked to Jeru Jerusalem.
salem. Jerusalem. We have our Zion, too.

Hod is the cnter and focus of
life. His .throne is established in
steadfast love.

A lost of people are taing cred

it for the St.' Lawrence Seaway,

as it officially lint the Atlan

tic Ocean with the Great Lks.

But the man 'who probably de

serves the greatest credit will

not be present.
He will be' in semi-secluftion in

the Waldorf Tower in New -York

Herbert Hoover.

It was Hoover -who served with

such imagination and vigor as

Secretary of Commerce durinj!

the Coohdge administration that

be became President of the Unti

ed States. Those were the da)S
when the job of Secretary of
Commerce was not considered a

routine obligation to kowtow to

big business. Hoover built up the
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic
Commerce, pushed the idea of
connecting the .Atlantic seaboard

with the Great Lakes cities, and
even proposed repairing the erod eroding
ing eroding lip of Niagara Falls.

bater when he tried to out a-

cross the St. Lawerence Seaway

as President he failed as did
Franklin Roosevelt and Harry
Truman who followed him. They
all failed because of opposition
from the railroads and shipping
interest along the Atlantic sea-

Doara.

And t'hp man wIia tmvf t r

niiu IIVAl IU
ver deserves credit for the St.
Lawrence Seaway is George
Humphrey, recently retired Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Treasury who o,ice
bitterly opposed the seaway as
'a socialistic ditch," but who
became its ohsmni fn im 1am T?

, v"ftv" uuuci Ei
senhower. Reason for the switch:

numpnreyg j. Hanna Co.
had secured valuable ore con concessions
cessions concessions in Labrador and needed
tO OrPn fl WSltfir Vntita tKxminU

the Great Lakes. Having skim
med the cream of Minnesota's i
ron ore, Humphrey's National
Steel Company and other steel
introe4a lif, m H

.... t .,u v KCi uew ore &Up
plies from Labrador or else

starve.
So almost overnight big steel
went to bat for the St. Lawrence
Seaway. George Bender, who as
GOP Senator from Ohio played
ball with Humphreyfi complained,
as he switched hi. position from
OPPOSing to annrnvinfr Ik. c

way: "I wish George Humphrey

8ve us a uuue more ad advance
vance advance notice."
Note Some Senators who voted
to confirm Adm t

justifed their approval with the

i suiiiem mat tne ttamjeer Dei
partment post; was .not important

Aciuauy, nowever,1 the
Commerce Denartmenr hm

I unci-
ed great opportunity for stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the American system of free

Minnesota's busy,. bouncy Sen
Hubert Humrthrov Sh

the breakdown in, the Geneva
tflle KnllAim. n

reutrei uiai soviet rre
mier Khrushchev may ge the
preparation for a om,;

lng back on the track when Vice

icsiuem mixon comes to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow npt mnnlh

Humphrey tipped off the Cen-

Sought his aiviPA i

v wim I KW'I
J601' mn could expect,

. ","'.t -to- probably
give hmr tHe redcarpet treat
menu. Rerallino hi. .r

house visit in the Kremlin, Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey pointed out that the Soviet
dictator twice went out of his

wy 10 praise Nixon.
The senatnr

chev would mae dramatic con-

sessions w 'TVixon, paving the
vY,Jor Sunlit conference.
While Queen Elizabeth and
President Eisenhower are com commemorating
memorating commemorating the St. Lawrence
Seawav. a tecs hiahlirrktj u..i

li 7 "6"J'8"U UUl
equally dramatic future waterwav
is being offiriallv

40 years of battling in California.

, 1 a man-raaae river which
will run down the middle of the
state of California for a distance
almost eoiiail In mt

Chicago and New Orleans, of
from pans past Berlin well Into
Poland. It will be longer than a-

j ui me man-maae waterways
in the new St. Lawrence Sea

way.

Chiefly responsible for getting!

PPTOVal of the 2 hillinn CmKtnr.

nla waterway is Pat Brown, first
IU.AA..ll.

"cuimi sue gvrcrjuor co oe eieci
ed in California for in vr who

has finally succeeded in rsccseii

"k me w-year teua Detween well well-watered
watered well-watered northern California and
arid southern California.
For almost half a century
northern California, whicli lias
ample water -tumbling down from
the snowcapped Sierras and go go-ing
ing go-ing to waste in the sea, was bal

eu ai pians to cuven water to
southern California wh h.

sprinkling of lawns is frequently
prohibited in the summer. The
Federal government nnrior VTia

and Harold Ickes put across the

greai central vauey project in
California; but since then both
Governors Earl Warren and

Goodwin Knight hav hoon tar

ing to get northern and southern
Calfornia to reconcile their bit bitter
ter bitter stalemate without success.
A few days ago, however, Gov Gov-ernor
ernor Gov-ernor Brown ncraiMLterl th r.i.

ifornia Legislature to bury tha

uaicnei in caiuorma s water -wars
and pass a S2 billion siata tvatu

project. It will provide almost
twice the water delivered by tht
Central Valley project and gen generate
erate generate 50 per cent more power
than the Central Valey and the
Trinity River projects.
The new waterway will also
permit an increase of 5,200,000
in California's population.

WiChout any fanfare Governor
Brown put across tha Calfornia
waterway during his S first five

monuis in omce, iTK, v.f
TlrrreJmsffairlne tiia ow4 (,.

tile investigations of the 11 Sena Senators
tors Senators who voted against publisher
Henry Luce's wife, Clare Boothe,
as Ambassador to Brazil. Gen.
Curtis LeMay, the Air Force's
gruff vice chief tnU r,4r,i.i.

to their face the other day (hat

u'cj wimiu ue useless in case ot
war because thov wmiM

be ready in time. "Reserve offi-

teia are gooa only for answering
telephones,", he snorted. "Tha
whole shfKnt.inc

over in 30 days." . .The whit-tled-down
housing bill was the
work of Speaker Sam Raybtirn
and Senate Leader Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson who pulled the economy
strings inside the Senate-House
conference UTiilo k f;

. .,,....1. wic iiacn-
nower administration Is trying to
raise interest rates on GI homa
loans veterans can't get settle settlements
ments settlements on tfheir home purchases,
The franks are, deaying the con.
trafa .until 41,. '..

mic uivcrwt goes up

- f .... vpea Vtfll
Richard Rucker and F r a n e i
Cardinal Spell.man, meeting at
New York's I.afiliarriia AinM

the other day, swapped favors.

xuc varoinai agreea to arrange

n iuuience wim tne jrjpe for
the...Jftwish.. singer...this summer

m return for ttheifilt pressing of
his latest recording.

mm

itJSsf

Ja a

STICKY BUSINESS "Sea
Urchin" headdress gives wild
woman look to Paris model.
Design in silver raffia, a Mada-

gasgar palm fiber, is inspired1

j by the spiny marine animal, j

BULGARIANS VISIT POLES
WARSAW (UPI) Leaders of

jthe Bulgarian Communist Party
and government arrived here
Thursday for an official visit.

S( 'J
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STICKY Two-year-old Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Underwood pauses to con contemplate
template contemplate what's left of his apple
on a stick in Clearwater, Fla.
The small gourmet has Come to
grips with his treat in earnest,

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presents

LOS CHARROS ZAM0RA
THE SERENADING SENSATIONS
APPEARING NIGHTLY FROM 8:30 P.M.
Delicious food, finest wines and liquors
Bar open day aid night
Join the Lottery get tot ether every Sunday morning
Music nightly and from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday
Special lunches dally $1.00 Monday thru Saturday
SAFE PARKING V BLOCK FROM ZONE
Frank mccahhey,
General Manager.



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Services Sunday 10 30 Les 11 SO sAt
CRISTOBAL: American 141000 SAIL
Services SaDday 1030 SAL 1:00 am.
RIO ABAJO: Mouse No. 0024 15th St.
Sunday 430 0.as
.''..;, UNITARIAN'
The Unitarian .Soo- lety
Sunday Services 10:30 a.m.
, Bldg. 362
Illicou( Blvd. and Manley Place
, Ancon
Your Invitation to
Liberal Religion;
Baptist
COCOU SAFTIST CHURCH
411 &via Rosa
Drawsrptore Itt.1171341:r. CZ.
tdniand S. btallworth tutor
:45 a:m.1
:00 1114ILL
1:30 Pm.
;30 pm.
:00 p.m.
:00 p.M
20 p.m:
Sunday School
MRrnina Worship 11
Tranina Union
Svemna Worship 7;
' Prayer Meeting' & Bible
Study Each Wednesday 7:
Brotherhoodlst Monday
Inch Month A 7;
WM1)--eth Monday
Each Month '7,
Mtn BAPTIII CHURCH
, Balboa Heights. C.1
827 Andon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
' Phone Balboa 1727
William IL Realm. Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship 10
Baptist Training Union 8
litvangelistic Service 7
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7
WW1 Bible Study Thum
days
Men's Brotherhood (LW
r Monday in month) 7:
,
9:30 am.
0:45 a.m.
8:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
9:00 LIM
730 PAL
'0'IRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margorita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Cana) Zone
Rev. Wendel C. Parker. Pastor
flunda.,t School 0:45 a.m.
Mornina Worship 11:00 a.m.
Baptist training Union 6:30 pan
, Evening Worship, 7:45 Pat
Brotherhood. Tuesda.ys 7:0Q pan.
Prayer Serviciell: Wedniatda 1'7:00 Pm.
W 1st at 3rd Fridays
OA. & Sunbeams,
t Pridaya 3:30 p.m
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Salvation Army Army,
, Army, ,
tNaD.OsuoininAtionst gvantelistle
Ideotintsylii iy ri
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PANAMA crrY
Major A Mrs. W. Bishop
15 February Street. Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Ho 'blew Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
,3d30 Salvation Meeting
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PARAISO, C.Z.
Envoy & blra C. L. Moseley
Guiana Street
,
11:00 Boni:marl sedum
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
lath Street; Phone 38-743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Stmday School
1:30 Selvation Meeting
c0LoN THIRD sntErr
fir. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Salines Meeting
3:00 Sundays School
10 Salvation Meeting
RAINSOW CITY. C.21.
Envoy 1. GW
3:00 Sunday School
I:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
BALBOA
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Office 2-3236
S:30 a.m.Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all egos.
10:30 timer-Worship Service Church
'rime Story Hour for Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Church-Time
' Cradle Boil ond Nursery.
6:00 p.m.Post High Fellowship.
0:30 p.m.-3:00, p.m. Junior High
7:00 pano-Senirty High Fellowship
',MARGARITA
v Margarita Ave, and Bolivar Hwy.
, -Rev. Theodore L Franklin Faster
Phones: Office. 3.2842. ReL 3-14911
'Sunday Services:
9:45 sm. Church School. Bus serrice.
Classes: Nursery through adtdt.
11:00 cm. Morning Worehip.
; Miner" for infants and man
SSII p.m. !Intim Fellowship.
6:15 p.m. Youth fellowship. ..
A complete schedule of auxiller."'
;divines ,and official meetings Al an.
,nounced from week to week.
anoop
,4
GAMBOA '
!, Rev. Walker M. Alderton. Pastor k
Off.: 6470 Res.: 4.130
0:30,a.rn. thmday School.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and weer-day sell.
-MUNI all announced.
tbristian Sclentist
, Christian Science Churches
"mat Church of Christ, ScienHsil Anton
560 Anson Boulevard
Sunday Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday
School 2:30 am,
Wednesday MOO p.m.
Reading Boons 801 Balboa Road'Oneti
daily except Sundays and holidays more
2:30 to 11:30 LIM and 1:30 to 5:00 OM.
Saturday: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Evening Hours 1,00 to 8:00 p.m. except
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
' FIRST CHURCH Or CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Cristobal
All church services will be held in
the Ground Floor Roam of the Miasmic
Temple in Cristtal (next door to the
,Margarita frlorisd), Entrance is on Bal.
',boa AVentle through the Arcade.
Sunday 4iervice 11:00 am,
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Sleet SleetAim
Aim SleetAim COO o'clock.
0. ikinday School held at 9:30 SJII
Beading Room Hours Monday 2:00
'to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 2:00 telf lag
You are cordially, invited to attend
'the services, and to use the Itending4
fiesta.

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Chombes of tits -mac, faiths tke Caul Zone. aed the terminal skies
sows desk in writing by Wedoesday arms at the latest el airy changes
tot tbo tooting Saturday's cherub Pelts.
: Ministers.-cherch secretaries sad simulates ere asked hil intone OW
Paname!ind Republie Pamela. tend a wakome at all
times to men and women of the awned services. and le civilise 'sigh.;
bers.--triends -and strangers.
AS e public service. The Passim Americas lisle below. by denemi denemi,
, denemi, mations. notices et hours of wanly sad ether regular activities..
Lbtings arc Mated hens time te time. Deoomleatiom hiving only
sows two coogregations are listed under "Other Churches b Stirlidies
A special listing is included tor sertices at Anrey pests. Air force bases
and Havel stations. , -.

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mAsrs aumensanna
Sunday blames: 1:00. MOO. 1010 41110
13:00
Holy Day Mamoru SIM. S:00. 1113 som
and 5:00 pa
Confusions: Sauirday. 310 to 1:00
and 7:00 to MOO p.m Thursday. balms
rind friday; 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Miraculous Modal Swoon 1:00 p.m
on Mondays.
QUO) Jam claw after tho S10 mass
on Sunday.
High School Study Club 1:30 o.m. or
Wodnasday.
SACRED tiltaiSTAnsee
Sunday Masses. 525, 7:30 & 020 a.m.
Rol" Day ammo: 523 a.m anJ 5:00
p.m.
Confess's Satursy 320 so 6,20 and
7:15 ts 3:00 p.m. Thursday bears First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Saerad Heart Devoticest 120 pas en
tridays
Catechism Claim 3:15 to 4:45 pso. on
Thursday.
OUR LADT OF SATIMAConmilo
Sunday Mass at 8:00 am.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Contentions: COO to 1:48 p.m. on Sat.
urday.
Catechism 'Clam: Saturday 8:30 to 10
a.m.
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Sunday Masses at 1:00 and 3:111 a.m.
Holy Day Mass al 6:00 p.m.
Weekday blames: ..:00 a.m.
Confemionso Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Clam Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: INN p.m
on Friday.
Convert Instructions:, Thursday 1:00
p.m.
ST. VINCENTS--Panama City
Stmday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 am
Holy Day Masao): 8:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pat Thursdays before First
rriclay 1:30 .
Miraculous Modat Novena and Sta StaHops
Hops StaHops of the Cross: Friday '7:t0 p.m.
Catechism glass) Atter 8:30 mass or)
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Clam. 1:30 pan. Tuesday and
- -ST. THERESA'SVomit
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
HolY DaY bless: COO a.m. lit ft falls
on SaturdayS:30 a.m.)
Csitaddam Omar 320 110,11:00' p.m. on
Monday,
Confesaions: MOO to S:30 sm. Sunday.
ST. JOHN sArrun DS LA SALLI
Farque Le tem
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 11:30 a.m.
Week Days Maas: 8:30 Mon., Thum.
tri, and Sat. First Friday mass:1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Massest 6:00 ii.nL to 0:00
paitY trOitift)
Confessions: S:30 ta 41:60, and ISA to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 1:00
p.m.
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
ST. THENEStaLa Boca
Convert Clan: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am.
HOly Day' Mass'e'5:30 pitt'"
,''Conlesedonst,Saturderydr.30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday ,before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism Clam 3:15 p.m on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
friday.
Convert Clam: 6:30 pm on Thursday
, ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'SCol:Sit
Sunday Massei: 5:45, 8:00 ;:nd 9:15 am
Holy' Day. Massear '5:45 and 9:00
and 5:45 pdtt. , s
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday ias p.m.
Sunday Evening Services 7:00pm.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on moodar
and Thursdays.
Catechism Sunday 10:15 a.m. tol
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First FridayExposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to ottr Lady
of FatimaThe Holy Rosar3r-5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
7:00 p.m.
5M9ACHLOUS MFDALCrishibal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 3:00 and 10:30 a.m.
' Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 Om. After Rosary each eve-.
lifiraculous Medal Novena: 3:15 end
7:00 p.m, on Moaglay.
Catechism Clams After 1:00 Mass on
Sunday.
First Friday txposition an day during
Ithe School Year.
First Saturday: Man al 11:00 am.
HOLT ?ANIL, CHURCH In Margarita
Stmday Masses: 7:30. 9:30. 11:30 aas.
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 am.
Weekday Masses' 9 :00 a.m.
Saturday 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Miracillous Medal Novena 7:90 Pao
Boll Day Masses, 7:30 a.m. 5:15 p.m
Confession .,,5145 Ilm4 to 4:45
every Monday,
Parish Family Rosary end
, Benediction 7:00 pm.
every Wednesday.
,Discussion Inquiry Group 7 GO p.m,
every Friday.
lat. Friday Devotions 7:00 p.m.
1st Saturday Devollons 1:00 p.m.
ST. VINCENTS.....ilailibove Chi
Sunday Mama: 4:30 a.m. and COO
IIM
Holy Day Mamas' CIO am. and 1$10
0.111'
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and 1d10 to
11:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Clam: 10:45 cm. en &mac?.
Convert Claskievet7 Monday at 1:N
p.m.
Miraculous Madill Novena: IN Pm
on Tuesday.
Sacrou Saone 1:00 p.m. se
IrridaY.
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immActivern CONCEPTION...48Mo
sunday Maw II:15
. HolY 'DIY-Maas: 5:00 f
A VOntlitidOnt Ole to ;;00 p.m on Sat.
uroay.,
Catechism Claret 4:00 ore. on Monday.
0141 LADt or GOOD C0111415154
Ganiboa
Sunday Masses: ti:00 and S:10 a.m.
Holy Day Mamas COO SAL and 5:00
Confessions Saturday at 1$30 NIL end
cdter all evening devotions.
Baptisms by alMoildment
Miraetilous Medal Havant 1;00 p.m.
'Sacred,. pan Noma' a 1:00 pm on
Friday.
Sunday boon 1:110 p.m. en Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class tor Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Religious butruction tor adults (Con.
ducted in Spanish 1100 p.m In Mot.
Oat.
Convert Inetztactions by appopsimalL

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SUNDA TS
SUNDAYS
7:30 MM. Holy COMMIttliOn
II:15 a.m. Church School (Holy Cons
munion 3rd Simday).
CM CM. Santa ComintMion. Srd Sun.
dalimuela Dominica! CIS ass)
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy Communion let Sunday.
7:00 pm tvening Service.
WIDNIISDA
820 n.. Holy Communion.
740 ors tvenMa PraYer.
HOLZ DAYS
6:00 LA Holy Communion.
11:30 am Holy Communion.
DAILY
Sin alb. Morning Prayer.
13:00 Mimionary Prayers.
COCOLI
Church iss St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Commurdon T20
Family Prayer and
Church School 11:30
(Also Moly COMM11111011 Ind.
Morning Prayer & Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNLSDAYS
Holy Communion COO aas
COROZAL
Chapel et The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Mayes,
Priest in Charge
TRIDA TS
8:10 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(MC. first friday each Month).
GAMBOA
St Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser
SUNDAYS
mcm 7:00 a.m.
Church School 3:00 P.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRMAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Commtmion 9:00 DIM
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer 9:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 fmn.
SATURDAYS t ,
Earnily Eucharist 01 11:10 a.m.
011ie of Complino 9:00 p.m.
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
Th Rev. John Spear. Priret to Charge
Morning Prayer and Churcla
School 9:00 OM
MOD 10:30 a.m.
Confirmation Clam .4, 9:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist NA, part
Holy Baptism -'. Yt:010 tan
Lrvensong and Ads:it:Mr; t.- 7:30 pin
Srd MONDAYS
Woman's AuxWary 124) p.m.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Conmiunion 9:00 ofm.
PALO SECO
Chaim' of the Holy Comforter
Von. L. B. Shirley, Priest in Charp
THURSDAYS
8:30 a m. Holy Communimi.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espav and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. -- (Holy
Conununion first Sunday of
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Ccpmuniom
?ADAM
The Rev. Allan R. Wen
Priest hi Charge
The Bev. David A. Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYF
6:00 a.in. Choral Eucharist & Sermon
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 em Church School
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7;00 nm. Evensong and Addreeed
2vid and 4th WEDNESDAYS
7:30 D tn. Woman's Auxiliary and 'Al 'Altar
tar 'Altar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CM
St Paul's Church
The Vex Lemuel 8htriey. fleeter
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales. Asst.
SUNDAY:-
6:00 a.m. Holy 'Communion
9:011 azo Sung Eucharist & Sermon
10:45 aos Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 nom Holy Baptism
7.00 thin. Solemn Vespers
(heid Building 131)
TUESDAYS
8:30 a.m Holy Commindon
1:30 pm. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 atu Holy Coinniunien
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 rm. Holy Conmsunion
HOLY DAYS
6:00 am. Holy Communial.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon, R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Masten.
,
SUNDAY
COO cm. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong & Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 sm. Choral -Eucharist 1184 Sermos
10:30' a.m. Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Praa
WEDNESDAY
5:40 am. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:30 pm. Evening Prayer & Add l'em
ERIDAY
1:40 a.m. Meniing Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communimi
5:00 pin. Evening' Prayer
7:30 p.m. Office of Complion.
RIO ABAJO
Cbristephor's Morelli 4.
10th Stmt. Parque Lamm
Tits Bev Clarence W. Wyse
Priest in ammo
1114 Inv. Clarence A. CISSWel
Assistant
SUNDAYS
1:00 axis. Hott Communion.
T:30 am. Sung timherM and
10:30 am. Moraine Prayer antiZniiei
School.
11:00 noon Holy Baptism
6:30 pm. Evensong and flannall.
MONDAYS
T:30 pat 1st ised ted. Wernan's Auni.1
TUESDAYS
6:30 pm. itr: I Daughters el ibt,
1:10 Youth Etillowship.
WEDNESDAYS ; am
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NOTICES

f 14 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
instructions
THURSDA VS
COO psis Gitif Priendly Sorieil
SSO p.m. ist and Singletons.
SATURDAYS
' S20 Lin. Junior Confirmation Claim.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
445 Frangipani St. Ancon. C.Z C.Z?
? C.Z? Rev. Ebner 0 Ne-ison. Pastor
leat297 Balboa. CZ. Tel 2-2603
Sunday School 11145 a.m.
, Mership Servica ,,. 10:45 am
,,, Youth Service 6:45 p zn
Evangelistic Service 7 :30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. 7:30 p.m
t
r METHODIST
SultdaY1 '3 a.m. Panama Wesley.
, 10:30 a.m Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon...-
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
" 10 am. Para's Sunday School.
1:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
Service.
4
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct. 19th-11 a.m. Rev. Victor
1John Watson 13.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lova.
Monday. Oct. 20th-6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo Mitchell. 7 :30
plot., Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
-Tuesday. Oct. 21st-7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 p.m.Choir Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mount Hope. Canal Zone
(across from Mt Hope RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Pastor
Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
Phone 3-2470
-Sunday School 9:45 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm.
Prayer Service, Wed. 7:30 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P.. 23rei Street East
Bev N. Brown. Minister
Divine Worship 9:30 a.m.
S1:11 St:I. 3 SIOSSITH Alp LUIS
Urd 00:1 mogas 41puns
Rio Abajo.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Wirz Memoriat
806 Balboa Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 p.m.
- Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thuraday 4:00 p.m.
Telephona Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Bnutch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School; SundaY 2'.30
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 cm.
CUR,UNDU PROTESTANT :CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton IL Laidig, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of 834105
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Ravening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wet) 7:00 p.m.
A church nureey in provided.
aonommuno
OW CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
latb St. West No. I
Holy Sucharist: Sunday lc 1:36 arm
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdaw
6:30 am.
Sacramenl a Unction (Healing Ser.
vice) Eirst Sunday ed etch month a,
130 DI&
1:30 DAIL
,
160not Sao Cinema
Panama S. P.
ilit. flev. T. James, D. D. Wallop
officiating.
Morning devotion 6:00 cm
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a.m
Stmday School 3:00 psn.
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena. Co In
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Bible Lecture 7:30 p.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Class 7 :30 p.m.
&MAYS CENTER
64 First Street
Urbanizacin El Carmen. Panama City
intormai Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 111)0
- Colon. Sth St Front Streets
(tirs American Basaar)
Study Thursdays. LSO p.m
MIETNSI 10111101 CITURCII
Papa 'aim St.. Para's, CZ.
Rev Waldaba Stewart: Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young Palm Ws FIrcli2art
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week C
Fellowship.
Thursday: 3:00 Omit Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Woman's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. CHURCH OF CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave., Cristbal, 'CI.
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE or SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Cla'sses 10:00 cm.
Morning Worship and
Communion 11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Herald of Truth
HOK 8:45 9:15 am.
Mid-Week Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers 8:45 11:15
140K. Coln,
You will receive a warm welcome at
each of our marvices.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign Mhtsion Dept. Hdcitrs.t
Cleveland, Tennessee
CHURCH OF GODBalboa, c.g.
Memoria Bldg.
808 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamtoa 428
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m,
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Persist', C.Z.
No. 4 Penis Road
Information: Phone Penis 633
Stmday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abajo,
15th Street, Parqua Letevre
Sum lay Service 11:00 CM.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
lvangellatic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Chorri110.
No. 4-144. 27th Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:30 a.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD -,- Gatuncillo, Pint.
'rranaIsthmian Highway, Gatuncillo
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 a.m.
Evangalistie 7:00 p.m.
'
CHURCH OF GOD Santa Rita, Pint.
'rransIstbmian Highway, Santa Rita
Stmday School and
Morning Service 12 noon
Evangelistic 7:00 p.ih.
CHURCH OF GOD Catty, Panami
Trans Isthmian Highway. Cativi
Sunday School and
Morning Servico 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.
01101.11101 OP tIOD Colt ?snails&
eh Street neer Midendes Ave.
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:00
Xvartiellatin TAO p.m.

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COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1001. Diablo Heights, CZ.
Phones: Home Balboa 3237
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6 :00 p.m.
Friday: Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Lutheran
REDEEMER LIUTHERAN CDURCIll
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gussick, Pastor
P.O. Box 666. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Class 9 am.
Divine Service 10:15 am
Holy COMMUlliOn. first Sunday of the
month.
Atlantic Side
Coto Solo Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Mick. Vicar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of tht
month.
Jewish
Jewisn Welfare board Bid 792-X La
Boca :luau Balboa. C.Z Brbbi Nathan
Witkit. Director.
Sande 4. Frioay. 1:30 p.m Saturday
5:3( pm
(See ipso Listings ot Jewish service&
ear Posta. Bases and Stations).
-
Congregation Kol Shearith Israel. Ave Avenida
nida Avenida Cubs arid 36th Street. Bella Vista
Psnamt City Services 8:00 nru.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior ChurchSunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10:00
Church-time Nursery School 10 :00
Fellowship Hour 11 :00
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10 :30
Youth Fellowship 6 :30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 9 :30
Morning Worship 11 :00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month )
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) 9 :00
Morning Worship 10 :15
Youth, FellowshipSunday ;00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ........ 9 :30
Morning Worship 9 :30 & 10 :45
Youth Fellowship 6 :30
Adult Bible ClassMonday 7 :30
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday 6 :30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9 :DO
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily M,ass 4:15
Sunday Masses 8:30 & 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6 :30
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass 6 :15
Sunday Masses 8 :00, 9:15 & 11:45
Confessions Saturday 6 :00 & 7:30
Catechism ClassWednesday 4:00
MS, NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass 9:30
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6 :00
Saturday Mass 7 :00
Sunday Mass 8:30
Confessions Saturday 7 :00 :00
COROZAL
Sunday Mass 10 :30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 6 :00
Saturday Mass
SundaY, I 4,f0samlii,1,, 1., I
Sunday mats (Spanish)
NovenS AServiees Tuesdr,:,
Confessions Saturday .00
Jewish
Fort Kobbe Saturday
USO-JWB, BalboaFriday
Albrook Air Force Satuiday
USO-JWB, Balboa--Saturday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT GULICKe
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Coffee Cali
Church Nursery
2:00
7 :30
4 :00
5:30
; 0:30
10:45
10:30
10:30
Catholic
FORT tULICK
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses
Confessions Saturday
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
4:30
11:30
8:30 & 9:30
12:00 12:30
6:30 7:30
7 :15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churches
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7:30 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor F.R. Archbold Tel. 28-3-3890
Cabo Verde. Ave. J.F. de la Ossa No.
17.
Chorrillo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abajo llth St. No. 27
Gamboa and Frijoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panfitnit
Pastor Daniel Moncada Tel. 28-3-
6175.
PFintiMil. Calle Darien No. 3.
Pedregal & Nuevo Gtorare.
Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal English 16th & B011 Val
Ave.
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish 16th & BOliVar
Ave.
Central Office
0844 Gay' inn Road. Balboa Tel.
2-1859 & 2-3531.
Cristobal Knights
Of Columbus Plan
Mass, Breakfast
The Knights of Columbus, Cris.
tobal Council, will participate in a
corporate communion at the 7:30
am mass tomorrow at the Holy
Family Church, Margarita.
All COUJ1Cii members are invit invited
ed invited to bring their families, friends
and guests to the mass and to the
free breakfast afterwards at the
Council Hall.
Council members are, reminded
that there will be an Exemplifica Exemplification
tion Exemplification of the Second Degree Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the
Council Chambers.
Panama Baptists
To Hold Rally
The Panama Baptist Church lo
cated at 23rd Street Guachapall
will hold a rally on Monday. The
public is invited.
Proceeds from the program will
go towards construction of a new
church building.

Special services will mark the
observance of the, Feast of St.
Peter tomorrow evening at 7 o'-
clock and at 6 ,..0!clocli Monday
morning at St. Paul's Church in
Panama City.
Other services tomorrow will
be as regularly scheduled-Holy
Communion at 6 a.m.; Matins at
8:30 a.m.; choral Eucharist and
sermon at 9 a.m. and Morning
Prayer and Church School at 10:
45 a.m.
BAPTIST
Balboa Heights
At the Sunday services at the
First Baptist Church f Balboa
Heights the messages will be giv given
en given by Pastor Wiliam H. Beeby,
At the 8:20 and 0:40 morning
nervices music will be supplied by
Mrs. Dorothy Chapman and the
church choir singing Stainers' "Go
So Loved the World."The pas pastor's
tor's pastor's message will be entitled
"Wonderful Jesus" taken from
Hebrews 1:1-3.
The Sunday School is maintain maintaining
ing maintaining all departments and classes
through the summer season and
offering a class for every mem
ber of the family. Plans for San Santa
ta Santa Clara Bible Camp will be pre
sented to the Sunday School de departments.
partments. departments. At the 7:30 evening service Rev.
Beeby will be sneakine on the sub subject"
ject" subject" "Protestant Reaction to
Pone John's Invitation to an Ecu Ecumenical
menical Ecumenical Conference." The religi religious
ous religious press hns revealed many and
varied reactions to the Pones ap apnest
nest apnest for church unity. Some view
with apprehension, some with
hone, nnd nthers with nmazement
that all churches could come un under
der under one earthly head. The Bible is
not silent on the matter. hut does
sneak of such a nosgibilitv the
prophetic Scripture and protestant
reactions will be presented In thp
evening message. Special music
will be nrovided by Mrs. Mildre I
Hearne. Everyone is invited 'to all
of the services of the church.
ChPh Heal 111 Itureall
AnnlyertAry 050iPe
PlaPnwl July lith
Walter Woods, Panama's old
man of the blues" will appear
at the anniversary dance of the
Club Health. Bureau on Saturday,
July Ilth, at the Casino Vina del
Mar in San Francisco.
The dance, which will mark the
third anniversary of the health
group, also will feature the music
of Willie Moro and his orchestra.
Singer Johnny Blonde 11 will ap appeg
peg appeg r with the band.
Reservations for the affair may
be made with any club member.
Forecasfini
Makes Headlines,
And Correctly
NASHVILLE (DPI)iNashville's
Nashville's forecasting doctor has
hit the nail on the head again.
Dr. Spencer Thornton, who says
he makes predictions "for fun,"
correctly forecast word for word
the streamer headline in this
morning's Nashville Tennessean.
The headline read: "Steel Threat Threatens
ens Threatens to Close" and was used over
a United Press International Story
from New York by James L. Kill Killgallen.
gallen. Killgallen. The story concerned the steel
industrv'q 24 hour ultimatum to
steel workers about extending the
current wpge contract or being
laid off before the pacts run out.
The young doctor also correctly
predicted the general content of
the story.
The predi tions were made
Tuesday, written on a piece of pa paper
per paper witnessed and signed by two
persons, wrapped in aluminum
foil, sealed in an envelope and
put into a safe. They were opened
len today at civic club meeting.
Thornton recently gained fame
when he correctly predicted the
win-place-show finish in the Ken Kentuck
tuck Kentuck y Derby, several days before
the race.
Conference Snarks
Debate Over Live,
Killed Polio Virus
WASHINGTON (UPI) Is live
virus polio vaccine better than
the Salk killed virus vaccine now
being used in America?
That question hatc,been brought
int sharp focus at an internation international
al international conference which began here
Monday and which, winds up to today
day today with discussion of. possiblt
recommendations. The' five-dav
meeting', was'- ponsored by the
,World Health Organization, and
Nair', attended -,15, noted ,scientists
itonln 21V nationVIncluding Russia
and,etwo 'othero:1;ommunist coun countriCs
triCs countriCs of PrasternIPtrope
' f9The cOnferenet Aieard gbarPlY
tiinflicting,,wieWs'ot the five virus
vaccine which, like the Salk vac vaccine,
cine, vaccine, was developed by American
researchers...
On one hand there were enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic reports from scientists who
have used live virus vaccine in
field tests on more than 4,500,000
persons in Russia, Poland, Czech Czechoslovakia.
oslovakia. Czechoslovakia. Singapore, and Latin
America. They said they found it
entirely safe and highly effective.
The .S. Public Health Serv Service
ice Service has so far refused to license
live virus vaccine for general use
in this country., it says Many
more carefully controlled tests
are necessary to determine
whether wholesale administration
of live polio viruses is really safe.

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9 US :State Governors Visit VisitRed
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MOSCOW (UPI) Nine United
States governors visited the near nearby
by nearby village of Dubna today for
their first look at a Soviet atomic
research plant.
The governors, on a tour spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Sloan and Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller foundations, had a three-hour
give-and take session Thursday
with Soviet' Minister of Education
Eugene Afanasiev. They also at-1
tended the Bolshoi.Ballet.,
Apparently both sides learned
something in the education session
but neither convicted the other his
system was the better.
It wound up with a remark by
Gov. LeRoy Collins (D-Fla.) that
Americans respected the Soviet,
right to Aevelop whatever educa-1
tion system it wished for its peol
pie.
"But I must say'we differ bas basically
ically basically philosophically," he added.
,"Our primary concern is orovid
ing for the needs of the individual
while the concern of your schools
is providing for the needs of the
state."
Replied Afanasiev, "You prefer
YoUr systeth of education and we
, prefer ours."
Gov. William G Stratton (R-111.)
said he was "quite impressed with
Moscow. It has bustle to it, a
spacious feeling
Collins agreed but when told or oranges
anges oranges cost 30 cents spl'ece in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow he ouinped, "I'd love to bring
oranges in here id do business."
Gov, Cecil H. Underwood (11.
W.Va.) said he was "Pmazed at
the long range planning."
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Seven wonderful things sout Jesus have never been paralleled by
anyone else; He therefore Is exclusive ag a religious leader.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Rev. ELTON VICKERS
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)

You can depend on Christ-centered Bible teaching in our School.
Parents bring your children this Sunday, And join one of the
adult classes.

6:30BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30"THE TeROTESTANT REACTION TO POPE
JOHN'S INVITATION TO AN ECUMENICAL
CONFERENCE"
The Bible ifs not silent on the possibility of one united church. la 'f
the offer of Pope John a move in that direction? What are the'
Protestant reactions?

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9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR EVERY MEMBER OF
YOUR FAMILY
Give your children the advantage of the spiritual heir)
they need if they are to know how to live in this confus confusing
ing confusing world. Bring them to Sunday School and discover with
them how God can meet your need p,nd give you and them
eternal salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ.
I I:00"THE SAVED MAN"
How can I be delivered from myself, from this VIII world.
from the power of sin, from the clutches of Satan? The
answer is clearly given in God's Word. Attend this service
and learn with others about the wonderful deliverance
which has been made possible by God Himself.
6:00:JET CAPETS AND HIGH SCHOOL
(Grades and up)
1:0.9EVENING$ERVICE
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CK)D LOVES YOU, yes YOU. in this message yoU maY
learn something about the significance of this love and
what it can meawto you.
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"There is hardly a city in 'our
country with such wide streets de designed
signed designed to take care of traffic ta
the future." he said. "The cab
ness of the people is impressive
TI-ey seem happy with their
work."
CFN-TV Schedule
Three New Showi',4:
The Lawrence Welk Show, You
Asked for It and the Perry Como
Show will be among the programs
introduced by CFN-TV during the
coming week.
Lawrence Welk and his orches
tra will make their debut at 8 p.m.
Monday. You asked for lt, star starring
ring starring Zsa Zsa Gabor in the first
program, is scheduled for 3:30
p.m. Tuesdays beginning June 30,,
Perry Como's series will begin oft
Friday at 8 p.m.
Court Minerva
Has New Secretary
...
Henry H. Cunningham has been
appointed secretary of Court Mt-'
nerva, No. 9284, AM" to succeed
W. E. Mosley who &et! recently.
Cunningham a past Chief
Ranger, said mail from sister
lodges of the order m3y coot
to him at Box 5968, Estafeta
Chorrillo, Panama.
day Monday, June
Inventory.
rBAPTIST
CHURCH
AUST ACROSS FROM SAMOA R.L STATO4'
Elton e Vicker.. Atta't Pastor
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Mr.,..,ad Mrs. Joseph O. Tilley of Panama City announce
the engagement of their daughter, Helen Onis. to Mr. Edwin
John Martin of University Park, N.M.
The couple is planning a late August wedding in the
Canal Zone.
Miss Tilley was born in Panama City and was graduated
from Balboa High School in 1955. She is now a senior stu stu'
' stu' dent at New Mexico State University, majoring in element element-
- element- ary education. She is a member of Mu Beta, honorary senior
women's sorority, and Tau Beta Sigma, honorary women's
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band sororms ,s,
Mr. Martin is the son of MrS. Florence Martin of Uni Univerity
verity Univerity Park, and Mr. Richard Martin of Silver 14prinr, Md.
Re is also a senior at New Mexico State, majoring in mathe mathematics
matics mathematics and. psychology.
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ter Of mr. and Mrs. Aqui hilio Vene Venetia
tia Venetia became the bride of Carlos
Allred bl. Maio In a ceremony
yesterday afternoon at the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin of Carmen church in Panama
t,ity. The bnidegroom is the son
ef Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo St. Maio.
The reception was held at the
home of the bride's parents after
the ceremony. ,

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At Arnador Tonight
: At the Fort Amador Officers Club
Tahitian Luau
ednesday night at
kl Panama Hilton
, The general public is cordially
Invited to an informal Tahitian
evening. Wednesday. July lst at
1;30 p.m. In El Panama Hilton's
,Cabaiia Club.
, A Tahitian Buffet will be
served at a price of $2.50 per
person, and colored slides of
"Tahiti the Illand of Paul Gau Gauguin"
guin" Gauguin" will be shown and "Ta "Tahiti.
hiti. "Tahiti. Island Under Therwind'
film presented by courtesy of
the Pan American World Air Airways.
ways. Airways. Cristobal Mulioz will plaY
during this Tahitian night.
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will be featured from 8. p.m. to
midnight in the cocktail lounge.
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Small Dinner Party ,
Mrs. Cecilia Heurtematte enter entertained
tained entertained at her home last evening at
a dinner party for a small group
of friends.
143 Graduate
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The second annual class of offi officers
cers officers from various Army, A i r
Force and Marine posts through throughout
out throughout the United States was graduat graduated
ed graduated from the Junble Warfare Train Training
ing Training Center at Fort Sherman with
an outstanding 71 percent of the
class qualifyhig as jungle experts.
The class of 143 also included 10
officers of the Brazilian Army.
High man among the many ex expects
pects expects was lst Lt. William R. Wa Waterman
terman Waterman of the 3rd Training Regi Regiment,
ment, Regiment, Fort Dix. N.J. with 970
of a possible 1000 poin'ts. lst. Lt.
Kenneth W, Smith of the 1117th In Infantry.
fantry. Infantry. 82nd airborne division.
Fort Bragg, N.C. finished second
with a score of 958. lst. Lt. War Warren
ren Warren A. Hathaway, 32nd Infantry.
Fort Bragg, was third with 933
points.
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Informal Steak dinner service
Tempting, generous portion steaks selected
by the patron and grilled On the spot.'

Moderate prices.
Music by Cristobal Maim;

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Returns From Sttes
C. H. Terry Jr.,-manager of the
Canal Zone IBM ranch office, re returned
turned returned this week from a combiiied
business and pleasure trip totho
States. He add Mrs. Terry visi'41
in Washington, D.C., Atlanta, New
Jersey, New York and Florida.
Mrs. Terry anci her daughter
Kathy remained in Fort Lauder Lauderdale,
dale, Lauderdale, Flo.. to visit Mrs. Terry's
mother, Mrs. R. E. Maher. They
will return to Panama in early
July.
Surprise! Senate
Voles To Publish
Emninvei Dards
WASHINGTON (UPDThe Sen Senate
ate Senate yesterday voted to throw
open the hitherto-secret payroll'
of its employe' to public inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. The surprise move occurred
at the end of a 15-hour marathon
session that ran into the early
hours.
By voice vote, the Senate ap approved
proved approved a resolution proposed by
Chairman Thomas C. Henning&
Jr. tD-Mo$) of the Senate Rules
Committee. It expressed the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's willingness to make availa available
ble available to the public the names, ti tities
ties tities and salaries of each Senate
employe.
The committee approved the
resolution only on Wednesday. It
was brought up on' the floor for
action unexpectedly.
The House, which alreadv
makes its payroll information
available, does not have to act
on the Senate resolution.
Demands that the Senate follow
the House's example on its pay payroll
roll payroll data have stemmed from
widespread publicity iven -this
year by Scripps-Howard reporter
Vance Trimbl? to the long-standing
practice of congressman hir hiring
ing hiring relatives as aides.
This practice is legal. But crit
les charged that it can be abused
if payrolls are kept secret.
Senate salaries have been vir virtually
tually virtually a secretfor at least a dec decade.
ade. decade. although a few senators have
decided to make their own pa
lista public. One argument against
such disclosures has been that
they would, Ammo jealousy among
Senate employes.
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Ship Sinks In First
Great 1;kes Crash
Since Seaway Open
ALPENA, Alich. (UPI) A Li Liberian
berian Liberian freighter sank in 140 feet
of water in Lake Huron early to today
day today about 11 hours after it col collioke
lioke collioke with a Great Lakes grain
carrier during a dense fog.
The Coast Guard cutter Macki Mackin.
n. Mackin. w confirmed tpat its last trace
of the 432-foot Monrovia,,, came,
shortly after 1 a.m.
All 22 crewmen aboard the
6,674ton Liberian ship abandoned
the vessil shortly after it collided
with' the Canadian grain c,arrier
Royalton and were picked up by
another ship.
It was the first major ship col collision
lision collision on inland waters since the
St. Lawrence Seaway waa opened
in April to permit deep draft
ocean vessels to enter the Great
Lakes for the first time.
The Monrovia was bound for
Chicago with a cargo of steel
when it collided with the Royalton
ton ship.
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HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI)A thun thunderstorm
derstorm thunderstorm pounded an Air Force
plane on a 1,600-mile race with
death so violently last night.
it made Randa Wimberly, 3, air airsick
sick airsick and may have saved her
life.
The little girt did what came
naturally. She threw up. Out
popped a grapea large purple
onehat apparently had been
choking her for nearly two days.
Her parents thought the trouble
was recurrence of a chronic
throat condition.
The storm, spiked with hail,
sleet and lightning, totsed the four
engine turbo-pror transport about
violently. But after ature dis dislodged
lodged dislodged the grape, Rands started
breathing better for the first time
since Wednesday.
By the time the plane landed
at Houston, where doctors from
the Texas Ctildren's hospital
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Salvation Army Mai. Sundberg,
Family To Be Honored Sunday

Farewell services will be held
in Colon tomorrow for Major John
Sundberg and family of the Salva Salvation
tion Salvation Army Section in the Canal
Zone and Panama.
At the Colon 3rd Street Corps,
Capt. S. Taylor has prepared a
special program in honor of the
Sectional Officer Maj. and Mrs.
Sundberg. Another farewell will
be tendered tha couple at Colon's
Central Corps on liith Street at
7:30 p.m. under the direction of
Cant. Hedlev Grant, corps Officer.
The Sundbergs, who came to
the Isthmus from the Bahamas
two and- a half years aeo. hove
beem appointed to thp Territorial
weadquerters in Santiago. Chile.
They will mail for their few post
July 10.
TIN Swedish-born couple first
came to the Caribbeen area nine
years ago from New Jersey. They
served in the Philippines for nine
vears before. durine and after the
Jananese mutton.
Siteceedtop mpi. soorwops
snctional Meer Capt. Eskil Roos.
Re and fits family arrived here
last week from Chile.
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pretty chipper and walked by her herself
self herself from the plane. She was hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized for observation.
The girl's father, Maurice Wim Wimberly
berly Wimberly of Yuma, Ariz., asked the
Air Force to rush his daughter
here when the choking started
growing steadily worse.
The Air Force moved quickly.
It rounded up a crew or the
emergency flight from the swim swimming
ming swimming pool at the Marine Corps
Auxiliary air station in Yuma.
Within two hours the red tape had
been cleared and the plane was
in the sir.
The plane, piloted by Capt. Don Donald
ald Donald P. Wagner of Salem, Ore.,
was a C130 from Sewart Air Force
Base at Smyrna, Tenn. It h a d
been temporarily assigned to the
Yuma base. Mary Ann Duray of
Memphis, a Wave, was hitchhik hitchhiking
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The new Salvation Army leader
will be welcomed at a special
meeting at the Para Ito Salvation
Army Corps tomorrow at 11 cm.
Another welcome is slated for
him by th panama City Corps at
the Panama City Corps in Gua Guachapati
chapati Guachapati at 7:30 p.m.
Mai. Sundberg will conduct the
meeting at the Para's Corps
while Sectional Youth Officer Capt.
Shirley Cox will conduct the eve evening
ning evening service.
The new sectional officer and his
family also are natives of Sweden.
They have been stationed In Chile
and Bolivia for the last nine years
and have ,Iso served two yeers in
Iceland. They have three girls.
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bert Albert of Be voln will merry
Italian Princess Ruff de Cala Calabria
bria Calabria next Thurxday, wag oromot oromoted
ed oromoted Thursday from lieutenant to
captain in the Belgian navy. At
25, he iq tho Youngest captain in
the small navy.
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One of the best features of,
"Bridge Is a Partnership Game"
is the chapter called, "Roth-Stone
Isms."
Many of these "isms" apply to
any system and are plain com common
mon common sense.
One is that some hands require
one-sided action and that too much
science is for the birds.
Consider the South hand. You
open one spade and partner pass passes.
es. passes. Before you Can jump out the
window fourth hand reopens the
bidding with a double. What
should you do?
They recommend that vou iump
right to four sparloa end add my
hearty "amen." Maybe vou'won't
make four spades hut there are
so many possibilities for success
that you ouoht to try for ft. Even
if your partner has Rn absolute
mark. P club lead may give you
the hand.
Also. four snades will crowd tho
bidding and votir opponents won't
know what to do.
In filo actoal hand West doubled
and orsonod big xin,,IA'on Tr,
bias Stone wi-o hold tho smith
hard went lin with dummy's nueen
fir,i rct th. nf env.
orina with the kine. whereupon
Stone made an overtrick.
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for see&
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Answer Tomorrow
2 Army Officers
Get, Promotions
Promoted to lieutenant colonel
this month was Maj. Thomas J.
McDonald Jr. of the G-1 Section
at Headquarters, U.S. Army Car Caribbean.
ibbean. Caribbean. Also advanced was CWO
Harley 1. Tollefson of the Inter
American Geodetic Survey at
Fort Clayton, to W-4.
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cation. vacation. Hor guest columnist to.
day is comedian Bob Hops.)
I've' been on a showbiz-world
merry-go-round since 'the day I
discovered my two left,feet could
be trained to do an off-key soft
shoe. .1 doubt if there is a spot
on earth I haven't touched at
one time or another. .1 have
listened to the roar of hungry ti tigers
gers tigers in BUMS'S jungles and the
incessant chatter of African
monkeys argnine PS to which ba banana
nana banana tree belortved to whom.
I've frozen in Thule. bathed my
aching feet in the Nile anti have
picked my teeth with Chinese
choosticks. .I've flown through
SIPS. hurricanes. snow storms
Rnd the teet of adversity Rnd
have logged more Airtime than
The 'overage airlines Pilot.
And all of it has been flint
I've met neon!". Tram all walks
of life. .Tired, battle-worn rIrs,
oil able to laugh At a ollip.
nrettv rammos muting. q111
found time to lauqh while wink winking
ing winking at the Ater htilfhack. enA I
hay dronned 411" roo,re living
rooms tliqn R Fuller Brush man
the 1"et, of course, thanks to
television.
l'elevioaion and, the future may
yet oroduce a generation of time
einric roo,te-tiars ornmedians
whn will get a b'oger kink nut of
their ratiroc r the nnd nf thp
week. Ye' T'll still settlo for
faceol. still nt.r fnr thp bel belly
ly belly laughs in the Wormy,' and the
OW, obooner in the front row.
T hAve lamm"A mliss m A lc e r
them lanoh in Paris, how t, coo
a belly-eilnekle out of a 'British
neer, and how to rFOSP glotteral
grin in Germany. of can be
earthy "TTnnor Vol." Tom(
and sonhisticated in N'w York.
And brntlipr. that's ,n eAnca eAncatior
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Junta Femenina
Will Give L'7;yette 1
To July 41361)y
The 12th anniversary celebration
of the Junta Femenina de Benefi Beneficencia
cencia Beneficencia will commence July 4 with
the annual presentation of 8 corn cornolete
olete cornolete layette to the mother of the
first baby born that day in the
public wart! of tbs; Santo Tomas
hospital. t14,:orst7t '40;;;;qt.,4
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July 5, the members will attend
thanksgiving service at 9 a.m., et
thp Wesleyan Methodist Church.
The recently formed juvenile
branch of the Junta Femenina will
also attend this service. This new
unit Is comorised of high schonl
and university students and will
ooeratelmder the gnidadee of the
adult group.
All member,: are requested to
attAnd R special meeting Tuesday
at the usual place of business.
NO, IT'S NOT TOO LATE
For ambitious students
to, enroll in
Dorothy Chase's
Summer Courses at the
Knights of Columbus Hall.
Classes for all ages from pre preschool
school preschool tots on upBeginners
Intermediates Advanced
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bout people. .1 can tell you
why a joke that got a howl in
San Francisco laid a big egg in
St. Louis.
I've played to audiences that
couldn't understand English.
The first dm, I got bowie was
puzzled, until they told me that
language was no barrier.
"Hope!" they told me," Ilhese
people have confidence in 'you."
Name the medium and I've
been in it. .The easiest? Radio!
The most lucrative? Motion pie pietures!
tures! pietures! And the toughest? Tele Television!
vision! Television! Television is comparable to
vaudeville, but with diference.
.It's like a vaudeville troupe
playing the same town, and be before
fore before the same audiences, for 20
years. .Every line has to have
18-carat hots. It's a medium
where you open up strong and
close stronger. .liere's an au audience
dience audience you can't warm-up with
a thuckle. .They sit there in
those easy chairs with that "Al "Alright,
right, "Alright, Hope! Show me!" expres-
Mon.
But I love it. .The day laugh laughter
ter laughter isn't a shot in the arm to me,
then I know I'm ready to hang
up my typewriter and fire my
writers.
This traveling is tough on my
wife, Dolores, and our four
youngsters. .In fact, she throws
a gentle hint my way by mark marking
ing marking our towels: "Hers" and "Wel "Welcome
come "Welcome Traveler's! My oldest
son, Tony. still thinks I'm a pilot
with an airline.
I've lived out of suitcase's so
long that it has become habitual.
.Even at home I find myself
putting my tootlibursh back into
my bag after scrubbing my teeth.
Home! That's a wonderful
place. .I'm -trying to talk Dolo Dolores
res Dolores into building an airstrip be behind
hind behind our house. .But 'hese put
her foot down. Claims a seven sevenhole
hole sevenhole golf course is dangerous
she rubs it in by making the kids
wear football helmets whenever
thev're in the backyard.
Paris. Moscow. London, Shan Shanghal,
ghal, Shanghal, Nome those places are
names to me. And thev're not
suitcase stickers. .They're peo people,
ple, people, .Joe, the 'hotel clerk. An Andre,
dre, Andre, the cab driver. Tete, the
seal hunter. .That's the great greatst
st greatst kind of name-dropping there
is.
To me the world is one big
treadmill, and as long as people
think I'm funny enough to laugh
st, then I'll keep going!

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beating the Chl
for his 10th triu
last night.
Spahn, now a
winning pace f
the Braves cx
in 1953, helped
bitting the 22n(
career in the s
already holds ti
record for hom
pitcher.
With 256 vict(
his belt. Spahn
the all-time rec
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The Braves
hits in retaini!
load. Wes C
In throe runs t
Johnny Logan
throe hits, kno
Second-place
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Angeles won it
defeating Pittst
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race with a 11
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US Unive
Musiciam
Tennis Ex
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iv. a sarias o
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Zone.
Sports fluidal
Blatchford, ye!
with playgroul
tennis matche
Monday afterr
is desire to g
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schools on the
meet the com,
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Tomorrow 1
clock the good
pear at Camp
and will returr
for 2 o'cl
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3:00 p.m. at
day.
ODAY
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Milwaukee Southpaw Wins
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NEW YORK, June 27 (UPI) Fred Haney still
says he's going to quit after this season, and that's
his privilege, but 38-year-old Warren Spahn keeps
pitching as if he plans to go on forever.
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Shooting for a 20-victory season ,time this season to keep San
for the 10th time in his careef,FFranciscG in second place, two
the veteran Milwaukee southpaw percentage points haead of the
reaehed the halfway mark by Hiird-place Dodgers. MCormick
beating the Chicago Cubs, 114, huried a three-hitter for his s.xth
for his 10th triumph of the season 'victory. Jackie Brandt helped it
last night. 'along with a grand-slam homer
Spahn, now ahead of his game:and Willie Mays also homered.
winning pace for any year since 1
the Braves came to Milwaukee The Dodgers-Pirates game was
in 1953, helped his own cause by la battle of nome runs with
hitting the 22nd home run of his ,Charlie Neal's twb-run circuit in
career in the seventh inning. Ile the seventh furnishing Jnimny Po Poalready
already Poalready holds the National League dres the rn4rgin for hi's eighth
record for home runs hit by a victory Duke Snider and John
pitcher. Roseboro also homered for Los
With 256 victories already under ,,Angeles -while Harry Bright, Don
his belt. Spahn now is aiming for Hoak and Dick Stuart connected
th'e all-time record of 266 by Eppa Jot. Pittsburgh. Ronnie Kline was
the loser.
Rbcey, only other NI. left-hander
to exceed him in total wins. I
I Johnny Temple's 10th inning
The Braves pounded out 19 double led the Reds to their
, triumph over the Cardinals. Cin Cinhits
hits Cinhits in retaining their two-game
lead. Wes Convirsgton drove cinnati won the game despite a
In Vire runs with three hits and apir of homers by Stan Musial and
Johnny Logan, who also nad one apiece by Ken Boyer and Joe
three hits, knocked in two more. Cunningham. Luis Arroyo, last of
Second-place San Franci3c0 three Cincy pitchers, was the win windowned
downed windowned Philadelphia, 8-0; Los tier and rookie Tom Cheney the
loser.
Angeles won its fifth straight by
defeating Pittsburgh, 6-5, and Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati beat St. Louis, 7-6 in 10 Cleveland scored five runs in
irmings. the first inning against Boston and
Cleveland remained a, game in then made the game a runaway
front in the American League ,with homers by Woodie Held and
race with a 11-5 decision marked l' Dick Brown.
by a near fist-fight; Baltimore
moved into second place br sweeP Vic Power of the Indians,
ing a twi-night doub eheader hit by a pitch by Bill Mon Monfrom
from Monfrom Detroit, 12-7 and 4-1; New bbouquedtto in the third inning,
Y rk climbed into a third-place
ti with Chicago by topping the
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ite Sox, 8-4, and Washington cbaarge out to the mound with a
t. tle droppod,it when the Bos Boston
ton Boston pitcher retreafed 4nd Red
licked Kansas City, 8-4. Sox catcher Pete Daley and
Mike McCormick of the Giants shortsto D Buaddbinv pretvarkt
shut out the Phillies for the third 1 furthar Pfire" rk

US University Jazz
Musicians To Give
Tennis Exhibilions
"Los Universitarlos America.
nos," now on a goodwill tour
through Latin America and at
iresent here in Panama, will
ive a series of tennis exhibitions
nd jazz music in several local.
rate communities on the Canal
Zone.
Sports leader of the group, Joe
Blatchford, yesterday made plans
with playground directors for
tennis matches tomorrow arid
Monday afternoons. He stressed
1.1
is desire to give the finer points
f the game to youngsters attend.
q the various Latin American
schools on the Canal Zone and to
meet the communities' top play players
ers players in exhibition matches.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 ce.
clock the goodwill group will ap.
pear at Camp Bierd for tennis
and will return to the Pacific side
fpr 2 o'clock assignment at
$anta Cruz on iMonday and at
3:00 p.m. at Paraiso the same
day.
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Scott Brady in
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hit by a pitch by Bill Mon Monbouquetto
bouquetto Monbouquetto in the third inning,
charged out to the mound with a
bat. He dropped it when the Bos Boston
ton Boston pitcher retreaffid 4nd Red
Sox catcher Pete Daley and
shortstop Don Buddin prevented
further fireworks by tacklin
Power.
Power, who had two hits before
being ejected from the game, said
he was simply going out "to talk"
to Monbouquette. Anyway, Cal
McLish won bis eighth game,
going the distance despite a grand grandslam
slam grandslam homer by Jackie Jensen and
a homer by Dick Gernert with
the bases empty.
Bob Nieman was the big man
in Baltimore's opening game vic victoey
toey victoey over Detroit. He drove in five
runs with a homer, double and
two singles to help Billy O'Dell to
his fourth victory. Al Ka line, Gus
Zernial and Charlie Maxwell each
homered for Detroit.
Winner Jerry Walker and re reliever
liever reliever Billy Loes combined to li limit
mit limit the Tigers to six hits in the
nightcaps. Willie Tasby homered
for the Orioles as Frank Lary ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed his fourth loss.
Home runs 'b Hector Lopez
and Gil McDougald featured a
14-hit attack that powered the
Yanks to their fourth straight
victory over the White Sox. Lo Lopez
pez Lopez drove in hvo runs with a
fifth-inning homer and another
run with an infield out in the
sixth. Art, pitlinar peon his sixth
game and Pierc was
charged with his eighth loss.
Washington's "dime store mur murderers
derers murderers row" was responsible tor
its win over Kansas City. Faye
Throneberry homered in the se seventh
venth seventh and then in the eighth, Bob
Allison hit his 20th homer, Harm Harmon
on Harmon Killebrew his 25th and Jim
Lemon his 18th. Camilo Pascual
gained his sixth victory against
seven losses while Ned Garver
Isuffered his sixth loss against the
same number of victories.

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Chapters 7,8-9 PI 1"Ik PAP Kelantan state elections Wedn,

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LEADING
HITTERS
(Bawl on US official at bats)
National League
G AB
70 287
63 219
60 177
71 284
70 279
63 224
56 183
64 219
63 230
65 243
R H
M 112
38 78
21 50
50 94
47 92
45 74
35 60
26 71
42 74
39 78
Pct.
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3'11
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Aaron, Mil.
White, St.L.
Cunnin St. L.
Cepeda, S.F.
Temple, Cin.
Gulliam, L.A.
Stuart, Pitt.
Logan, Mil.
Moon, L.A.
Boyer, St. L.
American League
G AB' R H
Kuenn, Det. 63 251 41 90
Runnels, Bo. 65 257 42 90
Ka line, Det. 65 256 40 88
Fox, Chi. 68 278 36 89
Woo'ing, Bat. 64 203 27 65
Mantle, N.Y. 62 237 51 74
Williams, K.0 54 202 30 63
Power, Clev. 66 261 55 77
Lopez, NY. 65 250 40 .73
Tasby, Ball 66 266 43 77
Gernert, Bo. 63 197 30 57
P ct
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350
.344
.320
.320
.312
.312 1
.295
.292
.289
.289
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Demeter, Dodger
Boyer, Cards'
69
68
60
57
53
53
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
,Allison, Senators
54
53
51
51
49
Home Runs!'
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Boyer, Cards
Stuart, Pirates
22
21
20
16
16
16
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew; Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
25
2,2
20
18
8
18
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PITCRERS
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(Based on 7 or more decisions)
NATIONAL
LEAGUE
W L Pet
12 0 1.000
9 3 .750
10 4 .714
8 4 .667
8 4 .867
8 4 .667
Face, Pirates
Mizell, Cardinals
Antonelli, Giants
Newcombe, Reds
Law, Pirates
Podres, Dodgers
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Larsen, Yankees
Wilhelm, Orioles
McLish, Indians
Grant, Indians
Shaw, White Sox
Brown, Orioles
8 1 .857
9 2 .818
8 3 .727
5 2 .714
5 2 .714
5 2 .714
LAKE TO CAPTAIN SPARTANS
EAST LANSING, Mich. UPI)
Bob Lake of Kalamazoo, Mich.,
who holds the Big Ten outaoor
mile record of 4:08.5, will be cap captain
tain captain of Michigan State's track
team in 1960.
- TODAY
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fected affected in the controversy about the Republic of China's participa participation
tion participation in the Olympic Games in Rome, Aug. A-Sept 11 of next year.
On the basis of pressing Rafer Johnson in 4ast summer's National
Amateur Athletic Union decathlon, he cOuld be his,country's first
medal winner.

Maribor 57-54 Winner
in Colon Basketball Opener

w.,--
By HERBERT MOISE
Coming from behind a one-basket
(two-point) deticit at the end
of the first half Rogelio (Papy)
Aikman and his Colon Marlboro
basketball team thrilled a good goodsized
sized goodsized crowd at the Colon and thus
won the applauses of the fans and
also the opening game of the 1959
season of the Senior Basketball
League of Colon. .57 to 54 over
Cerveza Balboa.
The victery came on the crest
of a climaxing ball-robbing play
by Adman and a Bobby Taylor
field goal in the closing,. seconds
of the game.
,After Tato Valdes, the league's
honored guest, tossed out the tra traditional
ditional traditional first ball, in substitute of
Lt. Col. Alejandro Ramon who tra travelled
velled travelled to the US late this week,
Marlboro moved out to a fast lead
and held on for the first ten min minutes
utes minutes of play.
Cerveza B. movedinto conten
tion by not only tying the game
Ibut moving out to a slim margin
which they held at the end of
the first half. This see-saw battle
that began at the ten-minute
mark held the crowd in suspense
and it was not until the final
t whistle that the large crowd could.
relax.
Key figures in the Marlboro
victory were Carlos Hyacinth who
singed the cords for 16 points.
Helping Carlos were Noel with 12,
and Roberto Taylor 11. Fine ball
handling ,and hard playing by Ro Rogelio
gelio Rogelio Mkrnan and Othway Mar Marsiah
siah Marsiah respectively contributed to
the Marlboro cause.
In losing, Cerveza Balboa, had
Ernesto Davey scoring 10 points
and Ernesto Taylor hitting for 13.
The enthusiastic crowd stood on
its feet as the seconds ticked to towards
wards towards end and and only three
points separating the two clubs.
With just 40 seconds left to play
and Marlboro leading by two
points, Ernesto Taylor of Balboa
was at the free throw line for one
shot. He missed and ,when the
scramble for the ball resulted in
,Marlboro's putting the ball in
play, the Beermen tightened the
Aefense and managed to retrieve
Ithe ball from the Smokers.

I its feet as the seconds ticked to- I
yards end and and only three 1

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On a long pass to Ernesto Taylor
who was on the offensive side of
the court Aikman hustled over
and when Taylor unaware of the
Marlboro Pepperpot intention
headed for the basket, the siminu siminutive
tive siminutive Smoker snatched the ball, and
held on until the game's end for
a sensational and thrilling finish
to this 57 to 54 Marlboro victory.
The Senior lea,gue continues on
Monday with the game between
Pepsi Cola and Powell Garage. In
thos contest, several veterans will
make the 1959 debut along with
some youngsters mirho will", lee!
making the- big jump from 'the
minors. It will be interesting to
watch this mistxute of youth, ex experience
perience experience and age do battle on the
Colon Arena Floor.
Female Loop to Open Monday
Mntolados vs Cones
As added attraction for the
Monday night date, the league
has announced the opening of the
Female league. On this opener,
Mentolados from Rainbow City
will battle the Cuna Indians from
San Bias.
Both clubs, in their practice vs vssions,
sions, vssions, have shown promise act
should thereby put on a good snow
'on Monday. The Eleta-sponsored
team with the Griffith trio will be
the steam to beat in this three
tearti loop.
Game time in this opener will he
17:30.
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Ranking Cubans bantamweight
Manuel Armenteros said today he
has been "reedy" for tomorrow's
bout for over a week and that's
why he has done only seven rounds
of light sparring since he arrived
here from Mexico Tuesday.
The 29-year-old veteran of "over
168" battles makes his Isthmian de debut
but debut against top Panama 118-pound,
contender, youthful Toto lbarra, at
the 'Olympic Stadium in a 120-
potind ten-rounder.
Yesterday Armanteros disap disappointed
pointed disappointed a Maralin Gym crowd
b limiting his workout to calis calisthenics,
thenics, calisthenics, punching the light bag,
shadow boxing and skipping rope.
The spectetoes had expected to
see him go through a glove ses session.
sion. session. MANUEL ARMENTEROS
For today he scheduled a brisk
five-mile walk this morning and
loosening-up exercises in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The Cuban who has lived in the
land of the Aztecs Mr eight years,
drilled for the first time in Pana Panama
ma Panama Wednesday afternoon at Co Colon's
lon's Colon's Everardo Nullez Gym. But
that training session consisted
mostly of clowning and pulling
punches against flyweight champ
Manhattan Ki land amateur fly flyeiatrint
eiatrint flyeiatrint The battle-scarred Negro, w'ho
ha:, been fighting professionally for
13 years, repeated his "show" for
the benefit of Pacific siders Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night at the National Gym
during an amateur boxing pro program,
gram, program, when he played around for
three rounda..with bantamweight
'Antonio (Corazn ,de Toro) Gonza Gonzales.
les. Gonzales. Wing
TOTO !BARRA
Armenteros and his manager
Juan Pelaez claim that the fighter
is. sharp and .already down to the
required 120-pound hmit. The visi visitor,
tor, visitor, who has complained of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's excessive heat, said he fear feared
ed feared that too much Work would sap
his strength and stamina, hence his
thking it easy.,
The Cuban, rated sixth in the
World by Ring Magazine and sev seventh
enth seventh by the National ,Boxing Asso Associaiton
ciaiton Associaiton of America is accompanied
here by his wife the former Miss
Camila Calsente, an attractive
21-year-old MxiCan whom he mar married
ried married three years ago.
An old hand at globetrotting, Ar Armenteros
menteros Armenteros has fought in several ci cities
ties cities of the state of Texas, which
include San Antonio, Houston, and
Dallas; and also in Oklahoma.
The PhiliPpines, OltinaWa, Japan,
Thailand, India, China, and Saigon
are 'some of the other places where
he has seen action..
Meanwhile,, Marra the under underdog
dog underdog has been drilling hard under
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TEAMS ''161-'L', Pct. GB
Milwaukaa 41 29 .586
San Francisco 40 32 .556 2
Los Angeles 41 33 .554 2
Pittsburgh 38 35 .521 4Ys
Chicago 35 35 .500 6
Cincinnati 32 38 .457 9
St. Louis 31 38 .449 912
Philadalphia 25 43 .403 15
Todars Games
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Chicago at Milwaukee
Philadelphia at San Francis Cho
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles N)
Yesterday's ResultS
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Night Game) ;
Chicago 000 010 000-1 11 2
Milwaukee 300 30113x-11 19 1
Buzhardt 4-3), 'Morehead,
Drabowsky, Singleton and Nee Neeman.
man. Neeman. Spahn 10-8) awl Crandall.
Night Game)
St. Louis 000 000 150 0-6.13 0
Cincinnati 000 011 040 1-7 14 0'
Jackson, Blaylocbk, McDaniel,
Cheney 0-1) and -H. Smith.
Newcombe, Lawrence Arroyo
1-0) and Bailey.
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 000 100 130-5 9 2
L. Angeles 220 000 20x-6 9 0
Kline 6-5), Blackburn 3), Por Porterfield
terfield Porterfield 8) and Burgess.
Podres 8-4), Labine 8), Mc McDevitt
Devitt McDevitt 9) and Poseboro.
HRSnider 10th), Roseboro
4th), Hoak 7th), Neal 801),
Stuart llth).
Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 3 0
San Fco. 012 000 05x-8 19 1
Owens 4-6), Farrell 7) 'and
Thomas.
McCormick 647) and Landrith.
HRMays llth), Brandt 5thl.
Old Archie Says
Johansson 'Mqst
MONTREAL, June 27(UPI)--
World light heavyweight champion
Archie Moore said today he was
amazed at the punching prowess of
the new heavyweight champion of
the wed Ingemar,Johansson.
Moore, who defends his title a ainst
inst ainst Canadian fisherman Yvon
Durelle next month, was comment commenting
ing commenting Johansson's victory by a tech technical
nical technical knockout over Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson last night.
The lightheavyweight champ
however, was not so complimen complimentary
tary complimentary to referee Ruby Goldstein.
"I thought Goldstein was lousy,
he didn't seem to think of sending sendingJohanson
Johanson sendingJohanson to a neutral corner,'!
Moore said.
"Johansson is one of the most a amazing
mazing amazing punchers I ever saw," he
added.
Moore watched the fight in a lo local
cal local theater over closed circuit tel television.
evision. television. the guidance of Aubrey (Coiol
Woodruff, the veteran trainer
who has been handling Tot since
the fighter started his successful
comeback from retirement soy.
era! months ago.
Marra, who had been inactive
for a year, easily decisioned Clau Claudio
dio Claudio Martinez in his first comeback
try and later erfeated Hector Hick
to become main aspirant for cham champion
pion champion Edwin Sykes' crown.
General admission price for to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's card is $1.50; general
ringside, $3; and reserved ring ringside,
side, ringside, $4.
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TEAMS LeigneTEAMS W Pct. 'GB .1,
Cleveland 37 29 .561
Baltimoro 38 32 J43 ..44
Chicago 4 36 32 529 2 I
Now York 36 32 -529 '2 4
Detroit 35 35 :J00 4 ';
Washington 31' 38 .449. rolf
Boston 30 37 .448...71g:
Kansas City 29 '37 ',- .439 111
Tod v's Gamei
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Boston at Cleveland ,-,:
Baltimore at Detroit .
Washington at 'Canna City Nr
Yesterday's Results. ,,,
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," 211 080 000 '12 10 1;
Detroit -'-- 010 000 105-4 10 4;
O'Dell 4-6) Fisher and Traindos
Narleski Burnside,,,,SehultIC
and Wilson.
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Baltimore ;;,, 0'21 00(1,016,4 0' -0;
Detroit 100 000 000...4 .6- ,-
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Lary 8-4)- Smith and Berheret::
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Boston 004 000 010-5 11
Cleveland 522 020 00x-11 11 1'
Casale 6-5) Monbotiquette For,
nieles, Baumann and Daley,
White.
MeLisli 8-3) and Brown.
Night Game)
New York
ChNago
Ditmar 6-5),
Berra. A-,
Pierce 8-8),
Arias, Lollar.
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Swedish Celebration (
STOCKHOLM, June 27-'41.1PI),
Ingemar Johansson's knockour
punch today set Sweden off on one
of the biggest and noisiest celebra;
tions ever wftnessed
An estimated'3,1)00,000 SwedeS
who stayed up 'all night to hear
broadcast of the fight startetli
cheering and dancing in the streets
as the news of Ingo's victory over
Floyd Patterson came through.
Soon, practically every other
Swede was up, too, and joining in
the celebrations.
The sun was rising over Stock.
holm after a fine, warm.night as4
the big fight went underway in Nese'
York's Stadium.
Crowds were milling around porg'
table radios in Stockholm's lake.q
side parks and in the Liseberg'
Amusement Park in :Tohansson'sit
native Gothenburg.
Restaurants and bars, open all
night by special police permission;.'
were jampacked.
An excited reporter of Radio,
Luxemburg in a direct Swedish-T
language broadcast from Nely,.;
York shouted out the news of the-,
seven knockdowns and Ingo's vic.;
tery, a roar of approval rose from
the crowds.
Aquavit Sweden's white light.
ningwas poured down' hoar)
throats. There was dancing in the4
parks. People marched through.
the streets, shouting the news or,
Ingo's victory, and soon everybody
else was awake, laughing and eel' I
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The Panama Canal- launch "Run "Runner"
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International Marlin and Sailfish:
Tcurnament, it was announced announcedThursday
Thursday announcedThursday at Balboa Heights. Thei
Runner will make three trips Of!
four days each, carrying six em employes
ployes employes on each trip.
The ournament beginti July
and will continue through Aug. 2.
The kployes who will take
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board the Runner will be selectect
by their Bureau hedas from among,,
the applicants' on the basis of the,;
number of employes in each unit.,
The first Runner trip will :,bc
made July 10-13, the second from
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ISLAMIC PARTY WINS
KUALA LUMPUR, Male y'
(UPDThe Pan-Malayan Islamie.1,
Party won 28 of 30 seats in them,
Kelantan state elections Wednep
day, defeating the ruling,Alliance
Party which took the two remain!
ing seats. It as the second
ance defeat this week. The joartY.,1
won only 7 of 20 seats in ?muggy,
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CROWIIED'AIRLANES Unusual double exposure shot catches
Sfe. Glenn F. Gehringer and Sp4 Nicholas Chandler, both from Fort
Kolbe, C.Z., as they competed in the Panama Armed Forces Swim Swim-
- Swim- ming and Diving Championships held at Fort Gulick. The Fort Kob Kobbo
bo Kobbo team won the meet. (US Army Photo)

Jesters 4 Fives 0
The Jesters featuring the
Crawford and Burton clans, white whitewashed
washed whitewashed the Fives, who had a
rough night. Tor the Crawfords,
the boss of the family had a 555
hadcp, and hubby came thmugh
with 577. For the Burtons, the
story was the same, Missus net netted
ted netted 512 and Ray racked in 517.
both hdcp. For the Fives, Cockiin
conked 515 and Deising drove off
304 pins off the lanes, both handi handiOuints
Ouints handiOuints 4 Fours 0

With Tom Thomas setting the
pace with a 507 scratch series, the

Ladies Taking Off
Excess Weight At
Diehl Gymnasium

Unriel) the direction of Mrs.
Louise Barnes the ladies are tak taking
ing taking off pounds and pounds of
sittplUs femininity. Ladies, "work "workout
out "workout night" at the Diablo Gym Gymnaium
naium Gymnaium is eveery Tuesday night at
seven o'clock.
The progrsm consists of light
exercises, group games and indi individual
vidual individual games and contests. Some
simple tumbling and medic i n e
ball activities also serve the pur purCeof
Ceof purCeof reducing the Equator,
r Tropic of Cancer, the Tropic
of CaPricarn and other strategic
areas.
Whether you wish to retain or
regrin your girlish figure, the
Diablo Workout center will pres prescribe
cribe prescribe exercises and activities that
hit the spots. You may still
take' steps to curb personal inia iniaSion
Sion iniaSion by enrolling in Mrs. Barnes',
class in the old Diablo Barn.

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,Quints sunk the Fours for all
four points. The first two games
were close but in the farewell ses sesIsion
Ision sesIsion the Quints laughtered the
Fours by 104 sticks.
Besides Thomas, his little wo,
man Dee donated 521 hdcp series
to the winning cause, Jack Cru-.
mit crammed a 521,and..Ray
Hams' walloped out' a' 541, all
,hadcp. For tinov keglers,-
Bill Bond' broke 520 41417 Velg Sol
tino 'settled for an ven 500, both
hdcp.

FORT KOBBE MIXED ,Quints sunk the Fours for all
' ,LEAGUE ,, four points. The first two gamei
were close but in the farewell ses ses'
' ses' Teams W L sion the Quints laughtered the
11 'one" Boys 4 0 Fours by 104 sticks.
Jesters V' 4 0 Besides Thomas, his little wo woThe
The woThe t -4 0 man Dee donated 521 hdcp series
The Sevens 3 1 to the winning cause, Jack Cru CruHoly
Holy CruHoly Rollerh 3 1 mit crammed a 521 and,Ray Wit Wit,
, Wit, Shud Han14,vilivAa Jr B. Hams' walloped out' a' 541, all
Ichiban
1 3,, hadcp. ror thev losing, keglers,
) weve Holt," 0 4 Bill Bond' broke 520 4ittsPliag Bor.
A ,The, Pours 0 4 tino 'settled for an ven 500, both
The Fives 0 4 hdcp.
The Fort Kohhe Mixed League
Inaugurated another season this Holy Rollers 3 lchiban 1
week at the West Bank Bowling
,-, Palacio. Three teams namely, Although their high single was
"one" Boys Jesters sod the a 155 effort, the Holy Rollers took
Quints got eff vto ai fist start ,in the opener' b '26' plris from the
sweeping all four points. Scores Ichiban.
ranged from a low of 80 to a high The latter me, hack strong to
215. take the second game by 53 pins
to go ahead. However, the Holy
M "one" Boys 4 Rollers were not to be denied,
WeveHadit 0 when the Ichibans fell apart, and
the Rollers won again with their
The M "one" Boys, with the lowest team score of the night,
htlp of two gals raised havoc with and with it took the total pin
' the lumber and nailed the Weve marker.
Radits for all four winning chits. Ardis Grezaffi with her 524 was
The Hadits, rolled well but the tops for the winners. For the
M 'one" Boys just could do noth- losers, Jack Carter kicked in with
ing wrong, when all five members 540 and K. Tomlinson 500, all
Went over the 500 hdcp mark, hdcp.
and their leadoff man, Roy Perry
sported a 215 singleton and 515 Sevens 3 Shud Hay 1
, scratch.
Luther Miller and Tom Smith, Eighty seven pins spelled the
, smacked 510 hdcp sets, with the difference between the two teams,
' gals, Corky Boyle coming through with the sevens having the edge
in the opening round. In the next
,' With 501 and Bobby Miller 530,
both help. For the losers, Louise round the Shud Have anchor man
' Mathias was three sticks less th Sal Laquidara chipped in with a
213 game, and the Shud Hays had
ber favorites man Bob, 511 to
514 hdcp, and Cliff Parker posted it bY 46 Pins. HoweVer, the Se Sea
a Sea 506 scratch. yens rolling at a steady pace took

Eighty seven pins spelled the
difference between the two teams,
with the sevens having the edge
in the opening rotmd. In the next
round the Shud Have anchor man
Sal Laquidara chipped in with a
213 game, and the Shud Hays had
it by .46 pins. HoweVer, the Se Sevens
vens Sevens rolling at a steady pace took
the last round, plus total pins.
Star studded -Sevens featured
Zost and Sutton with 540 and 502
scratch series, with two other
members getting into the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive class via the hancidap
method, J. B. Burk 504, and S.
Sutton535. For th0 Shud Hays Sal
Laquidara and F Garcia grabbed
the honors with 515 and 517 sets,
both hdcp.

CAN. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule

oi. '''.61f..- (h.titriOih.hip. At Panamd Club Aug. gl''

3 Age Groups
To 'Participate

Jim Riley, president of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Goff Association, has announc announced
ed announced that the auociation will conduct
the Isthmian Junior Golf Cham Championship
pionship Championship on August 6, 7, and at
the Panama Golf Club.
-This tournament vrill be an an annual
nual annual event in an effort to encourage
junior golf in Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Any boys who will not have
raachad their lilth birthday on or
after Aug. 15, and whas parents
or thay art members of PGA
golf club will be eligible to' play.
Entry blanks will b supplied et
that clubs by July 1.
Three age groups will participate
in this medal play tournament:
boys up to and picluding 9 years
of age will play 9 holes; boys from
10 years of age up to and includ including
ing including 14 years of age will play 36
holes; juniors from 15 to 18 years
of age will play 54 holes. Anyone
114 years old who wishes to compete
in the older age group may do so,
although in that case he will be in ineilgible
eilgible ineilgible for prizes in his regular age
group.
Co-chairmen of the tournament
committee are twn well known goff
ers Charlie Mac Murray and Jim
dst 'Andes, both of wkom have
been active in stimulating junior
golf on the Isthmus. Working with
them are two former junior cham championa,
piona, championa, Billie Beeson and Jimmie
des Londe' Jr.
The Panama Women's Golf As Association
sociation Association wil' act as scorekeepers
for the August toutney, and the
PGA is counting on the cooperation
and interest of its membership in
this effort to stimulate junior golf.
Thar has riot been similar
golf tournament for luniers since
195S. Boys from all over the Islip
mus ar imputed to participatc
The Panama Golf Association
fasts the tournament for 'tinier.
will be a big stimnius t boys al.
ready playing golf, and will help
t attract mire to this sport.
The Isthmian Junior Golf Cham Chamolonship
olonship Chamolonship will be an annual event,
boys can polish up their game with
this in mind.
The four winners of the cham championship
pionship championship in the 15 to 18 year old
class will be eligible to play in the
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Tournament in Portsmouth, Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia late in August.

Sports' Briefs

YANKS SIGN PITCHER
STILLWATER, Okla. (UPI )
Righthander Roy Peterson, a star
on Oklahoma State University's
NCAA national championship base baseball
ball baseball team, has signeo a "very sa satisfactory"
tisfactory" satisfactory" bonus contract with the
New York Yankees. He will play
with Fargo-Moorhead, N.D., of the
Northern League.
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KELLNER DISABLED
ST. LOUIS alP1)The St. Louis
Cardinals have asked the National
League to place pitcher Aleit'Xell Aleit'Xellner
ner Aleit'Xellner on the disabled list. Kelbier
suffered a muscle tear in his left
elbow while pitching against the
Milwaukee Braies Tuesday night.

.
The Caribbean Forces Network
has scheduled the f o 1 1 o w i n g Japan saw their first profession
baseball game Thursday wher
snorts events Mr the comingweek. they attended a game betweer
The schedule Includes: the Tokyo Giants and the Hanshir
Radio Tigers. A crowd of 45,000 saw thf
Sunday, June 28 Chicago vs Giants win, 5-4.
Milwaukee; .1;30 p.m.
Monday, June 29 Kansas Ci-,
ty vs Detroit, 1:30 p.m. FAVORS RULE CHANGE
MONTICELLO, N. Y. UPD
Tuesda, June 30. St. Louis vs coach Adrolph Rupp of Kentuck3
Chicago, 2 p.m. said Friday he thinks pro bee
Wednesday, July 1 St. Louis ketball's 24-second offenseive poe
vs Chicago,-2 p.m. session rule, or a modification ol
Thursday, Jult 2 Boston vs it, should be introduced in the col.
washingion,4 1 pan. lege game. Rupp said the pay pay,..,d
,..,d pay,..,d TeIevision era seem to like it and the play.
Saturday', 'June, 27 JalopY era should' hawe final say.
Races; 2 p.m., Bowling Derby, 4
p.m., Snorts Time, 5 p.m., featur- ATHLETICS ASSIGN HURLER
mg the climax of. the Nttional KANSAS crry, mo. urn
Bssketball finals, Art Wa1113 fl- The Kanus City Athletics have
bulous finish in the Aursta assigned pitcher Tom Gorman to
Master's Golf Tournament, the Portland of the Pacific Coati
Braves vs the Pirates, the DAY- lotague to make room on their
tone Beach Speedway Race, and roster for rookie Howard Reed.
Notre Dame's spring f o o t b a I I Gorman had a 1-0 record and
drills. 7.08 earned run average, in 17
Sunday; TJune 28 Baseball, games this seeson.
3:30 p.m., Cleveland vs N e w
York, game of June 6) TO REPRESENT GIANTS
Wednesday, July, 1 Wednes- SAN FRANCISCO UPI) Da Daday
day Daday Night Fight, 10 p.m., Ralph ryl Spencer has been elected the
Dtipas of New Orleans vs Char- San Francisco Giants' player rep replie.
lie. replie. Scott of Philadelphia, from resentitive to the Baseball Play.
Chicago. era assn. Spencer, who succeeds
Thursday, July 2 All-Stir pitcher Johnny Antonelli, will
Golf, 7 p.m., Fight of the Week, begin his two-year term at the
10 p.m. All-Star game July 7.

BELL HOP SETS RECORD
NEW YORK (UPI) French Frenchbred
bred Frenchbred Bell Hop established a new
American turf record at Belmont
Park when he won the mile and
three-eighths' Bowling Green han handicap
dicap handicap 2:14 3-5.
PANAMA HONORS LOPEZ
PANAMA ary. Panama (UPI)
Third baseman Hector Lopez of
the New York Yankees will re receive
ceive receive a sports gold medal of merit
from his native Panama during
ceremonies of the July 4th double doubleheader
header doubleheader at Yankee Stadium.
GIANTS SIGN TACKLE
NEW YORK UPI) Jon Je Jelacic.
lacic. Jelacic. 230-pound former captain of
the University of Minnesota foot football
ball football team, has been signed by the
Jiew York Giants of the National
Football League. Jelacic, a tackle
who stands 6 feet, 3 inches, can
play on oftense or defense.
SEE FIRST BASEBALL GAME
TOKYO UPI) Emperor Hi Hirohito
rohito Hirohito and Empress Nagako of
Japan saw their first professional
baseball game Thursday when
they attended a game between
the Tokyo Giants and the Hanshin
'Tigers. A crowd of 45,000 saw the
Giants win, 5-4.
FAVORS RULE CHANGE
MONTICELLO, N. Y. UPI)
Coach Adrolph Rupp of Kentucky
said Friday he thinks pro bas basketball's
ketball's basketball's 24-second offenseive pos possession
session possession rule, or a modification of
it, should be introduced in the col college
lege college game. Rupp said the pay payers
ers payers seem to like it and the play players
ers players should' haire final say.

ATHLETICS ASSIGN HUELlit
1CANSAS crry, mo. urn
The Kansas City Athletics have
assigned pitcher Tom Gorman to
Portland of the Pacific Coati,
1,eague to make room on their
roster for rookie Howard Reed.
Gorman had a 1-0 record and
7.01 earned run average, in 11
games this sewn.

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Tuesday night the Wolverines
nosed out the Wildcats in a close
contest 44-40 to win their third
straight game. Half time found
the two teams tied at 19 all, out
a 3rd quarter surge by Pajak
and Louie French gave the Wolves
a 5 point edge which carried them
to victory. Pajak and French led
the Wolverines with 19 and 11
points respectively while Russ
Stromberg kept the Cats in the
contest with 8 baskets and 4 cha charity
rity charity tosses for 20 big points.
The second contest of the even evening
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Hawkeyes 40-38 in anotheK
tight ball game. The Hawks reco recoVered
Vered recoVered from a 10 point half time
deficit on the strength of a 14 pont
assault by Archie Carroll. Fred
Roe and Worden French led the

$2,000-PLUS DOUBLE
STANTON, Del. (UPI) A $2,-
020.80 daily double was recorded
at Delaware Park Wednesday by
Mr. Bruce $73.80 in the frst race
and Miss Cullen $38.00 in the sec second
ond second race. It marked the second
straight day the daily double had
Ono over the thousand dollar
mark.

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season by dumping the Wildcats
38-36 in a hard fought game. Wor Worden
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with 8 led the victors while Russ
Stromberg netted 19 points for the
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NEW YORK, June 27--(UPI)--
The Miami Marlins are showing
signs of regaining their early sea season
son season form.
The International League's first
place Buffalo Bisons were the vic victims
tims victims of Miami's new surge toward
the top last night as the Marlins
beat them twice, 8-4 and 7-6 in 11
innings.
Art Kay stopped Buffalo In the
opener on six hits. Mickey McDer McDermott
mott McDermott relieved in the third inning
of the nightcap and pitched shutout
ball the rest of the way to make it
a clean sweep.
Rochester moved to within a half
game of first place as Dick Rand
and Gene Green belted two-run
homers to heti) down Havana, 5-2.
Tom Lasorda went all the way
to pick up his sixth win of the sea season
son season as Montreal defeated Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, 6-1, and Toronto won its
fifth straight by downing Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, 3-0.

4

New Champ Johansson Eagei
To Give Patterson Rematch

NEW YORK, June 27(UPI)
Ingemar Johansson of Sweden, who
looked like Jack Dempsey and tie0
his knockdown record in winning
the world heavyweight champion championship,
ship, championship, is ,perfectly willing even
eager to try it again in Septem September
ber September if dethroned Floyd Patterson
thinks it was a fluke.
Johansson and his handlers made
that clear today even as they cele celebrated
brated celebrated his stunning third-round
technical knockout over Patterson
at Yankee Stadium last night in
which handsome "Ingo" tied a
Dempsey mark by scoring seven
knockdowns in one round.
Edwin Ahicivist, Johansson's
"advisor" from hometown Gots Gotsborg,
borg, Gotsborg, Sweden, said, "we want the
contracted return fight at Yankee
Stadium before 80,000 people in
September. They didn't come out
to see him at the drenched Sta Stadium
dium Stadium last night, but now they
will next time."
Burly Ingemar scapegoat of
the 1952 Olympics but now an in international
ternational international idol said, "Yes, they
have seen my right hand so has
Patterson."

Salvation Army Mai. John A.
Sundberg was the proudast Swedts
on the Isthmus today.
The amiable Salvation Army
officer went off to pay his calls
this morning wearing his dress
white uniform and his best smile.
"Watch that right hand," he
jested, raising his arm in a fight.
er's gesture to a friend. "Those
Swedes can hit."
"He sure can," came the re
ply.
The name Ingmar Johansson
was never mentionad. It wasn't
necessary.

, But Patterson actually didn't see
,hat rigitt list mai -Goteuorg
inunderoolt"early in the tniro
round when it expioded on Ins Olin
as part ot a tea-right, one-two
puncii, and dreppeu min to hie
canvas for the tirst of seven elec elecallying
allying elecallying trips.
h was the heavy, booming right
that Oropped him tive times, a lett
hook once und a lett-right-lett once.
Handsome, dimpled, brown-haired
Ingemar, at 26, became Swed Sweden's
en's Sweden's tirst world champin in any
division when referee Ruby Gold Goldstein
stein Goldstein refused to count over the
numbed Patterson the seventh
time, but waved his hands in sig signal
nal signal that the fight was ended, that
-Johansi.'arriatrAtlit letechnical
knockout.
The time was 2:03 of the third
round. It was unbeaten Ingemar's
22nd straight victory and 14th
knockout.
The fight. threatened with a sec second
ond second postponement by two hours of
rain at the Stadium last night,
turned the 5-1 underdog into the lst

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Patterson, with blood flowing
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his career of 37 fights and in
his fifth defense of the crown.
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NEW YORK, June 27(UPII European world h e a v y w eight Floyd a return shot at the title
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,f6;,'..re:2:';,1 ed that the association will conduct V.it.m....--;-,- -::. '"it
b his knockdown record in winning the title to Maxie Baer in 1934. stipulates definitely that Johans
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the world heavyweight champion- Patterson, with blood flowing son's entire purse froin last night
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pionsbip on August 6, 7, and 8 at ship, is ,perfectly willing even from his nos and his oval glaaad be held in escrow until he fulling.
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POP ,,Ii!iiII:Ii:I.!II:!I!!:4',: !::;:.!!!i:, 'This tournament will be an an- ,,,,--- '...,,..".,41. 4,it;.;7., ,),
40.0110.1 Af,s:itAlf ber if dethroned Floyd Patterson ond defeat and first knockout of Promoter Bill Rosensohn, whO
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,!!!!!!!!,..i!,.,., .!?!!!!!!!!!!!!I!I,I:':!I!::.:,.,:i::: AV:: ,...:',!,:- !!!!!!n', junior golf in Panama and the Ca- ;: .7.,,,,, .41,..f7- A ,, ,)i Johansson and his handlers made his fifth defense of the crown. last night's bard-bi,k v,-,t ,,-- TO TO'':::i::iiii::....',0:::,'
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ve 1,,,,:,:,:: ::.,. :,:::.,,-i- ,::7,,, reached their 18th birthday on or ,,, ..,;;;;t,..fe..,.,N; 0,0. ,,,;, ,....rtie,..1,,,,;,;:-., technical knockout over Patterson
::, .-.,,K:,,,!?,: ,; ,z,!!,.. --',!:Y after Aug. 15, and whese patents I -,'-e oli ,r t 17,i) ''''.:5)ollq.V. 'at Yankee Stadium last night in ...-.
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:Ni:,Kw::: 0,:, .,. ,',.i',,iiK;:, Aiii,.: : golf club will be eligible te. play. AA -' 4.'''.F.4k.4L'. ..,,, t ; k 17,11 .. Dempsey mark by scoring seven
' ''''I.kii,,kII!!Ilgi!I IIII:III:I.!!:!I:..:,4i::. Entry blanks will be supplied at knockdowns in one round, Four Roses
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Three age groups will participate "adviser" from hometown Gets Gets:,ii:i::,:ii4,x$i,!,ii,i,i',....,
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Itile in this medal. play tournament: a 0,,A,i-- -Lo ..or, ,,,, Ar -I) c
11, 1.14 it, .,,,,7,,,,,.1; Itet,., . ,::::.,,e,r4t,,,,e.,,,,1 ...,,,t'' 3 3,':',,, z,17.1 Ce borg, Sweden, said, "we want the ,) V I --1 f I
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''' of age will play 9 holes; boys from IV f f&ili '''''..:20, it.l.''WPtelZ.. ';;;:f .'- Stadium before 80,000 people in k I 11 r ( r r--
10 years of age up to and includ- 101 104 '$'''''l '14AP''. '" :404.!:" September. They didn't come out
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holes; Steholes; juniors from 15 to 18 years t'rerOgl.gorq t;:1, t(N,,P4' 1.;,''K4.' ',.-'11,- ..4.i0'' dium last night, but now they r---ilif.---
of age will play 54 holes. Anyone Vi- ,y,, 4;.::,4,,:y'r.4f44;04 , will nest time."
14 years old who wishes to compete ir41:g ...:.':'4$,:. '.,.ki'!4;:,,i,-,4'd7ii!1:. :44110. Burly Ingemar scapegoat of
in the older age group may do so, f '' ,t4' .4..';;IL'.,;:thlwe tii,,,r. i'itf, t the 1952 Olympics but now an in inalthough
although inalthough in that case he will be in- P.tT) :..A.,::! 4 '',11' ':', ''',.,i:'' '''" litv.:3 '-.----'"' ternational idol said, "Yes, they
eligible for prizes in his regular age osIlOgiola. ...V; :16.r, :" :' '';;,',.''' 1) have seen my right hand so has Kentucky Straight Bourbon
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committee are twn well known golf. A,,,, Salvation Army Mal. John A. ilk
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' L' ers Charlie MacMurray and Jim ff,,,::, kmealits, ,,,.....- .7 ;. ."'' Sundberg was the proudest Swede
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dst 'Andes, both of wkom have '' :03: oaPte, 4- ....: i.'7:..': ; On the isthmus today.
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golf on the Isthmus. Working with officer went off to pay his calls N-,,,,,zo4- 0,
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pions, Billie Beeson and Jimmie ----ow' 4 white uniform and his best smile. b);.., tL'zr3 -C.
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The Panama Women's Golf As- ."-- listed, raising his arm in a fight fightsociation
sociation fightsociation wil' act as scorekeepers . lir .,,,,,,,a er's gesture to a friend. "Those !,.11. 1t,
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owilit'AlittANEs Unusual double exposure shot catches -,-ze aviarpS Swedes can hit." :,..- I eA', if re;t
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. Glenn F. Gehringer and Sp4 Nicholas Chandler, both from Fort PGA is counting on the cooperation
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the, C.Z., as they competed in the Panama Armed Forces Swim- and interest of its membership in
020111it.01,0 The name Ingmar Johansson
1g and Diving Championships held at Fort Gulick. The Fort Kob- this effort to stimulate junior Noll.
,..,t-',,i PUCK NO Ateg, was never mentioned. it wasn't ji.-"f lt! i.:.4 ...,,,:Mini.i..'
team won the meet. (US Army Photo) There has net been similar
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golf tournament for luniers since necessary. -; ::'' ?.s,kA::',';:;'.
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AF--., mus are ex cted to artitipatit, 'steii,..7:;:t ,. I Pixel-Ger l'aw- '
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dir dun, rigid. list mai -tloteuorg
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- FORT KOBBE,MIXED Quints sunk the Fours for all i !!-..
. that aropped him live times, a lett is back
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The four winners of the chain- ... Amo Atow ''',.:.,,. ,.',::,,, :::., hook once und a lett-right-lett once. ..,
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class will be eligible to play in the PLAWIF.Q...6-6,i,, '''',,.',,-,,:g!',, ed Ingemar, at 26, became Swed-
Ine" Boys 4 0 Fours by 104 sticks. Junior Chamber of Commerce 2.4-51..dovk Olit Him ::, ,d1h, en's tirst world champin in any
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FOR RENT: Large furnished
rooms. Inquire Peru Ave. No.
34, after 5 p.m.
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FOR RENT:Large bright fur furnished
nished furnished room, independent en entrance,
trance, entrance, semi-private bath, Via Es EsParsa
Parsa EsParsa v Pereiil (Bella Vista). call
3-1081.
ICommercial Sites I
FOR RENT:Local commercial
al Just Arosemena Avenpe No.
37-11, information 2-2341.
FOR RENT:Offices in Villa Villailia
ilia Villailia Building For information
call Tel. 3 6700. Mr. lack
Mercer.
FOR RENT:Space suitable for
shop or storage, S25 00 per
month App lv janitor at T1-132,
4th of July Avenue or phone
Hopkins, Balboa 2966.

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FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, hot water, beautiful
and modern house. El Cangre Cangreio,
io, Cangreio, Tel. 3-6589.
FOR RENT: Completely and
nicely tarnished house and
apartment in Bella Vista. Phone
3-0553.
FOR RENT:All-screened, mod modern
ern modern and attractive hvo-bedroom
apartment, covering entire. up upPer
Per upPer floor of new and lovely two.
story building at Nuevo Campo
Alegre. Living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's room with bathroom,
space for laundering. cold and hot
water, garage. Added attraction
of over 80 square meters of ter terrace.
race. terrace. Good view of Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Telephone 3-7599.
FOR RENT:---Furnished or unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished apartment in Cangreio,
two bedroom, maid's room with
service, garage, hot water. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro Street. La Caste lia liana
na liana Building, Tel. 2-2883 or 3-
1318.
FOR RENT:Furnisbed apart apartment
ment apartment modern, clean building. Ar Army
my Army approved. Convenient loca location,
tion, location, Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, large porch, dining
living, maid's room, hot water.
Also furnished or unfurnished
one bedroom apartment in El
Cangreio. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart.
men, bedroom, livingroom, din diningroom,
ingroom, diningroom, kitchen, $85.00. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:--Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, dining-living
room, maid'a room, bathroom,
two balconies, Paitilla, 14th St.
Street. Ask for Mario. Phone Pa PailaMa
ilaMa PailaMa 4-1268 after 6 p.m. $95.
FOR RENT:Very modern ono
bedroom apartment, near El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hotel, $65.00. Call 3-
3421.
FOR RENT: Three. bedroom
apartittaeC 2 bath rosiyil, dinettk,
large kkchen, hone and baik
Porches, garage. "1-9 Street and
Via Argentina, El Cangrelo, Tel.
3-6170, 2-2379.
I WANTED
WANTIbi lengloinient4or
good housekeeped. Phone Giiun
415.
WANTED: Experienced cook
$40.00 to start. bring references referencesApply
Apply referencesApply Federico Boyd Ave. D4-22
opposite Nicaraguan Embasev.
WANTED: 2 saddle horses,
call 824255. 11-4. 83-6173,1
after 4 o-m.
General Cods Is
YMCA-USO Speaker
Brig. Gen. James W. Cott Its
will speak on the subject "Defend "Defending
ing "Defending Democracy" at the Balboa
YMCA-CSO Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
General Coutts will illustrate his
talk with a movie entitled "Pro "Provide
vide "Provide for the Common Defense".
The film describes what the
United States is doing in the lioe
of defense. particularly in the
rocket and missile program.
Succeeding programs in the
YMCA speech series will include
"'xtending.. Democracy" In, 'Par 'Parris
ris 'Parris Dawson. director of U.S.
Technical As,i,t,noe Mission to
Panama. and "Ph n Unitn-1 Na Nation,"
tion," Nation," hv t ,losch, UN re reoro,ontlthr
oro,ontlthr reoro,ontlthr to P,nama.
take nlace
in the Palhoa YMCA-USO auditor auditorium
ium auditorium they are free of charge.
Requiem Mass
A icon; en mass for the repose
If the sA of Eyre Alfonso Dues Dues)ory,
)ory, Dues)ory, who died June 29, 1958, will
held at Our Lady of Fatirna
.hurch in Chorrillo Monday moen moenng
ng moenng at 7 o'clock.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your,,NeW Or
Used Car
CIOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE C4).
LOW RATES UP TO 38 Mo.
on new eary
AOENCY DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
HOAX UNCOVE R E D
NEWCASTLE-ON-TY,E England
(UM The "blood-sueking VaM VaMpire"
pire" VaMpire" e.4caped from a carmval
side-show, sending a chill of ter terror
ror terror through the crowd and the
town streets. The sideshow owner
was fOITNI to announce a slight
deception: the "vampire" was
merely a flying fox, a strictly
vegetarian kind of bat.

Autom' biles
FOR SALE:-195 Edsel hard
top, 2 door sedan. 11,500 miles,
power steering, power brakes,
auto, transmission, radio, heater,
345 h.p., undercoated. Excellent
condition. 82550.00. Will con consider
sider consider trade. Curundu 83-7139.
FOR SALE:-1951 4 door Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. Dependable transportation.
Phone Balboa 1662 or House
5511-B Diablo.

FOR SALE:Cadillec 4 door se sedan.
dan. sedan. $150. A classic, well pre preserved.
served. preserved. phone Balboa 1662 or
house 5511-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
convertible Impala coupe, model
1767, color Harbor Blue top,
equipped with Turboglide, push
button radio, and w.w. tires,
available for delivery at Miami,
Florida, on or about luly 11,
1959. $2,776.00. Call Mrs.
Brown Panami 2-1759 from 2:00
to 5:30 p.m. or lack Kerr, Colon
800.
FOR SALE:--1956 Ford Sun liner
convertible, Thunderbird engine,
power steering, Fordomatit, ra radio,
dio, radio, duty paid, $1550. Navy
3519.
FOR SALE:!952 4 door Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, Cranbook sedan, 6 ply
tires, both body and engine in
fine condition, Tel. 6-511 or,
house No. 0267, Apt. C. Gam Gamboa,
boa, Gamboa, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
88, power steering, hydramatic
and radio $575. Balboa 6378 Or
6444. 7:30 3:30.
FOR SALE:-55 Chevrolet, hy hydramatic,
dramatic, hydramatic, radio. 2 tone (black
and white) 2-10 model. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Call Balboa 1835.
FOR SALE:-1957 Chevrolet 2-
door, 1510-A Calabash Street.
Gavilion Area, Balboa.
FOR SALE.--1957 Ford Fair lane
500 Special. Thuderbird motor,
heater and blower, magic bar, ra radio,
dio, radio, clock, power brakes and
steering, windshield washer, back backup
up backup ligh.4, other eytras. Qtrs.
334-it ,OrroolOsigne 3134.
,
FOR SALE:-1955 Chevrolet 4-
door sedart, 6 cvl. Tei. 2-1275.
6333-A, Los Rios.
FOR SALE:-1958 two tone,
two door Ford. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. reasonable priced. Phone 5-
565. Can be seen at house 255-A
Simon, Gatun.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-25 h.p. Eyintudie
S175.00, phone Balboa 1816,
anytime, house 0859-B, Balboa.
FOR .SAkE:Bludwortli44sonder .SAkE:Bludwortli44sonderwater
water .SAkE:Bludwortli44sonderwater moil treasure locator,
brand new. Tel. 3-1214.
FOR SALE:-8 h p. marine en engine,
gine, engine, Carlson, Balboa 3548.
$1 Million Drug
Ring Smashed
LAWTON, Okla. (UPI) Feder Federal
al Federal agents smashed a million dol dollar
lar dollar narcotics ring last night
atlegedly headed by a drug store
clerk.
Clone Site Mon. Clay, the clerk,
and another 'unidentified suspect
were arrested shortly after Clay
sold a federal undercover agent
1500 narcotics pills.
Clay was taken to Oklahoma
City for arraignment. The second
suspect may, boll a soldier. Author Authorities
ities Authorities said he had been turned
over to Ft. Sill officials for fur further
ther further investigation.
Bolivian Tin Heir
Gets Paris Divorce
PARIS (UPIIGeorge Ortiz Pa Patin,
tin, Patin, nephew of Bolivian tin heir
Anicnor Pa lino, won a divorce
Friday from his Cuban-born wife,
Dagmar Sanchez de Beancourt.
The Paris Appeal Court ruled
that Mrs. Patin, 21, had dis
1
played an "injurious attitude"
toward Patino, 29, by forcing him
to leave their Paris home after a
Iquarrel in March, 1955, and then
charging abandonment.
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
1 Police said today they're looking
for a garder. variety thiel. Ile
stole a potted fern and four philo philo1
1 philo1 dendron plants frotn a florist.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court for the
District ihe Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the Estate of Bride
E. Phelps, deceased. Probate No. 9532.
Notice to creditors.
Notice is hereby given that alt per persons
sons persons having claims agairiset Bride E.
Phelpa, deceased. are required to file
them, with the necessary vouchers, in
tile Office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court at Ancon, Canal
Zone. or to exhibit theitn, with the nec necensary
ensary necensary vouspiecs. to the undersigned
Administrator with the will annexed.
at the office of Attorney L. S. Carring Carrington,
ton, Carrington, located at Number 17-58, thirteenth
Avenue (formerly Calle Extudiantel
Panama city. on or before the 29th day
of April 1980, or they will be for ever
barred. Said claims most 1.e supported
by the affidavit of the claitriant or
someone in hi, behalf, showing that
the ainount justly due, that no pay payments
ments payments have been made thereon which
are not credited and that there are no
set-olfs to the sarn to the knowledge
of the Winn!
Dated June 28, 1959.
Mahler! J. refergon
Administrator. C.T.A.

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FOR SALE;--Hamilton clothe
dryer. Good condition, $60.00.
Phone Albrook 6219.
FOR SALE:Mahogany counter
with cashier's cage and chair llx
21 ft., very appropiate for office
Cr store, also 3 show cases and
3 piece living room set, Colon
Motors, 10th St. Colon.
LIBRERIA ER1TORIAL CARIBE
21-42 "El" Avenue. Tel. 2-5474
Beside Hotel International
BIBLES, CHRISTIAN LITERA LITERATURES.
TURES. LITERATURES. Evangelical Records.
FOR SALE:Zenith radio phono
console and records. Set of
"Cookhouse" for children. Maple
desi, clarinet, bamboo chaise
lounge, 2 Hutch cabinets, 2 yard
chairs and tables. Phone Balboa
1662 or bourn 5511-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Iron pipe 24 and
28'. Pontoons 48. East 25 Street.
Calidonia, Gonzilez-Espino S.A.
FOR SALE:Two exhaust fans,
60 cycle, 440 volts, 5 h.p. May
be seen at Ft. Clayton, Officers
Club Builcring T-38. New, have
never been used. Sealed bids wig
be opened at I p.m. FridaY 1 Oth
July.
FOR SALE:Magic Chef gat
stove, $75, RCA refrigerator,
both excellent condition, phone
3-7018,
AIR CONDITIONERS
DUTY FREE FROM OUR STOCIA
IN THE COLON FREE ZONE
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE.
FROM $179.50 UP.
ERA, S. A. Tel. 3-7895
P. O. Box 910 Panama
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi anti
transistors.
We do more Work. because we
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No.-18-20.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.N.
PERSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.2.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
The following persona are re..
quested to contact the CREDIT
DEPARTMENT of AUTOS EISEN EISENMAN.
MAN. EISENMAN. S.A. IMMEDIATELY:
SP4 ERNEST J. BRYAN
Co. "B" Ft. Kobbe, C.Z.
ROBERT L. FAIRBANKS
US Army Garrison-Ft. Clayton,
CZ.
LOST:Bilffold with Important
papers lost in the vicinity of Ca-,
Ile Manuel lcaza No. 7, Campo
Alegre. Billfold had a triangule
with an "S" in center. Whoever
returns it will be rewarded. Call
Panama 3-0683.
BANKER GETS UNION SCALE
CHICAGO (UPI) Mrs. Max
L. Baughman asked for a divorce
from her banker husband. She
said he makes $18,000 a year but
makes her pay him union rates
for paiting, waxing floors or
other odd jobs around the house.

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FOR SALLFrigiaaire 11 co.
ft top freezing compartment. a4
ton air-conditioner. Stove. AO la
exceilent condition. Phone a-.
2803, Panama.
FOR SALE:Electric range, 30
inch, Kenmore, overhauled, full fullwidth
width fullwidth oven, $1.00. Navy 3260.
FOR SALE:--Rugs in large sizes.
"Easy" gas clothes drier, Mangis
Ironer. Ali items in excellent
condition. Phone 3-6775.
FOR SALE:--DX-100 Transmit Transmitter;
ter; Transmitter; heatkit SSB adapter SB-10;
HRO-50 and SX-24 Receivers.
Tape Recorder. Call Panama 2-
2460.
-A
FOR SALLPanama Steal Com Company,
pany, Company, class A preforred with corn.
mon shares, 510.00. Phone 3-
2440, 3-5487.
FOR SALE:G.E. refrigerator.
$50. Small deep freeze. S50.
Good condition. Call 3-1773.
FOR SALE:---Frigidaire 11 cu.
ft., top freezing compartment. 34
ton air-conditioner. Stove. All in
excellent condition. Phone 3-
2308, Panama.
FOR SALE:Leave Isthmus, bed bedroom
room bedroom set, cost $30000, selling
for $150.00. 0 double bed with
Beauty Rest mattress, $7000,
plants and other articles. Tel. 83-
7219.
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Animals
FOR SALE:Boston Terrier pup.
pies, AKC registered. Call Navy
3986, between 9:00 a.m. and
.7:00 p.m.
OMmo
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clad Toni Hold, from Howard
Payne College in Brownwood,
Tex., walks through Paddington
Station in London, England.
She was one of 30 students who
presented a Texas version of
Shakespeare's "A Midsummer
Night's Dream." British critics
applauded the effort.
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Office open 8-5 weekdays.
1 Real Estate 1
FOR SALlt-14.ets 500 and 1.000
meters, in the thieve Himidrome
Akbanizatiew across the Romeo
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts. sewage, water main and
electricity. Can W. McDermott.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE:Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom,
room, library. recreation room.
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1,800
m. 9th. Street No. 28, San
Francisco.
Miscellaneous
Hints to Husbands! Possibly she
doesn't realize how much her
penonal appearance means to
you. Diplomatically suggest that
her hair, skin -and nails could
stand a spot of grooming. Ca Canon's
non's Canon's Beauty Shop, Coco Club.
house. Navy 3812.
Want to get rid of mildew and
mold? Try a bail of DI-GAS,
American SupplY, 13-06 "J"
Street.
IMotorcycles I
FOR SALE:Motorcycle Make
Blizzard 250cc. Tel. Ku lig. Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Lambretta motor
scooter, now. 8300. Call Curun.
du 4198.
Convenijon Women,
Manila Columnisl
Have Verbal Spat
MANILA (UPI) Delegates to
the Middle Asiatic Conference of
International Women's Clubs
closed their meeting here yester yesterday
day yesterday with the last work in the.r
private cold war against a news newspaper
paper newspaper columnist:.
The columnist, Alejandro Roces,
charging that women's clubs were
one of the major causes of ju juvenile
venile juvenile delinquency because mem members
bers members did not know "who their chil children
dren children run around with," had ad advised
vised advised the delegates from five mi mi.
. mi. bow rrt ,includiag.052 American
retutillome to their
families.
, "Utterly ridiculous," snapped
Mrs. Mildred Ahlgred, of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C., after hearing t h e
charge made by the Manila Times
columnist. "It's beneath com comment."
ment." comment." The delegates discussed juvenile
delinquency and other world prob.
lems at the Manila Hotel during
the past week and heard speeches
by Philippine President Carlos P.
garcia, Foreign Secretary File Fileberto
berto Fileberto Serrano and U.S. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Charles E. Bohlen.
NJ MAO Admits
Killing BAY Boy
After Bad Dreams
MANALAPAN, N. J. (UPI)
A 26-year-old mother admitted
today she falsified a kidnapping
story about her infant son after
she killed him to protect the child
from harm she had "seen" befall
him in her dreams.
State police investigating the
kidnaping report said Mrs. Phil lis
Silvergladt broke down and con confessed
fessed confessed she dropped her 6-weeksold
son. Barry Samuel, into a
brook from a plank bridge.
An autopsy disclosed the child
died of a "brain injury due to
concussion." There was no sign
of drowning, authorities said, and
the "child was dead when it wao
put in the water. It's head had
struck against a flat object,with
great force."
Mrs. Silvergladt wa's ordered to
New Jersey State Bospital at Mal Malboro
boro Malboro for mental observation. No
charges were filed against her
pending examinatiOn.
$25,00 Bail Fixed
'For Teenage Negroes
lOn Rape Charges
NEW YORK (UPI) Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate Milton Solomon today or ordered
dered ordered four teen aged Negroes,
accused of assaulting a 14-year.
old white girl, held for grand
jury action on first degree rape
charges.
Solomon refused defense re requests
quests requests to dismiss the charges aft after
er after the girl told him that she had
never willingly kissed one of the
defendants prior to the assault,
or promised him intimacies.
He continued the four Jacob
Bethea, 16, John Rich, 16, Hen Henry
ry Henry Stokes, 16, and Edward Ja Jacobs,
cobs, Jacobs, 17in S25,000 bail each.
Solomon set the high bail last
week after a detective told him
that Bethea had threatened re.
prisals against the girl if he got
free.
"Since I heard the evidence,
I'm inclined to make the bail
$50,000," said Solomon bef ore
continuing it at the lesser figure.
Solmon also denied defense re requests
quests requests to reduce the char g c,
which carries a maximum '20
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Q. am a woman of 60, plan
to retire in two years. Hold $4,-
000 in cash, $6,000 in mutual
funds, $5,000 in turnpike bonds,
$1,000 in U.S. Treasuries, $12,-
000 in a savings and loan, $16,-
000 in banks and $7,000 in Good Goodyear
year Goodyear Tire stock. Should I convert
to higher income securities, or
sit tight?
A. The question is not ono of
getting higher income, since you
have a comtorthable income now.
The main issue is squaring
your portfolio away for, retire retirement
ment retirement duty.
As it stands now, you have a about
bout about $48,000 in cash and bonds
and only $13 000 in mutual funds
and the slock of one excellent
company.
That doesn't sound like a bal balanced
anced balanced retirement program to me.
And rather than wait until the
eve of retnemcnt when you will
feel impeded to acquire dividend
paying stoel.s at whatever price
may then be in effect I would
suggest you start acquiring good
grade stocks now. (I am sending
you such a list.)
Q. I re-,ntly sold a. house and
left the $10,000 proceeils with the
lawyer who invested it in a five
per cent first mortgage. I now
feel I have done wrong. Should
I have bougnt stocks and got six
per ceni? I have $79000 in sav savings?
ings? savings? We are In our 308.
A. There's pothing wrong about
five per cent return on a first
mortgage; but there's nothing too
(selling about it either espe especially
cially especially for an investor in his 30s.
As you now stand you have
$10.000 invested at five per cent
and $7.000 at 311. That means vou
can look forward to about $725 a
year incomebut absolutely no
growth. And for a man in his
10s, the emphasis should be the
other way around growth first,
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and income second. The assur assurance
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back when the mortgage ie paid
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Wyoming Gulf Sulphur stocks
several years ago.,.Can you givs
me any information on it? Have
they, made any progress? What
are, prospects?
' A. All your questions may Ito
answered by quoting you the lat
est price I can find-112 cents a
share.
Q. have about 1112,000 in ear.
ings and have been advised to
invest about $100,000 of it in a
good closed end investment fund,
such as Madison, Lehman or Car.
riers and General. I am 70, know
very little about finance andam
hesitant to make the switch. My
problem is, can at any timo
call back my investment without
incurring a loss, jtest as wouM
withdraw the money from the
savings bank? Or will be invest.,
ment fluctuate?
A. Yqur Investment In the clon cloned
ed cloned end funds would flucture..
You could not get back the ex exact
act exact amount you put in Any time
you wanted it. Yon might get
more.
nese are three well-known In Investment
vestment Investment companies. They would
offer you more than hank inter.
est income plus, of course, a
chance for capital appreciation
and higher income in case of inflation.,11144,-
ps in the ease of
any security 6 your money la
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Of 20th Infantry's New

(Lest in a series on the fint
World War II action of the 20th
Infantry)
By June 26, 1944 the 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry had seized the northern half of
Lone Tree Hill adjoining Maffin i
Bay in Dutch New Guinea, with'
Iosses of 577 men killed, wounded!
and missing.
Most of the losses had i3een
sustained by the 2nd and 3rd
battalions of the regiment, which
bad been so reduced that they
were in no condition to continue
mopping up the Japanese hold
outs.
As a result. of the severe fight fighting,
ing, fighting, from June 20-25, most of the
renaining Japanese had withdrawn!
from the hill across the Woske
River about three miles to the
west. Only a few enemy troops,
remained east of the Woske and
had pulled back into rugged jun-1
gle country southwest of Mount'
Saskim
'Abe lst Battalion of the 20th i
eigitinued its effort to clear ene-!
my roops, who had automatic
weapons, from the defile to the'
south of Lone Tree Hill, while a
battalion each from the lst and'
63rd Infantries look over the mis-'
sion of the two remaining hatta hattalims
lims hattalims of the 20th.
A few Japanese machinegun
positions were still in action on
Ow southern part of Lone Tree,
but by June 30 all known Japa
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nese on the hill haci been eiim lick a
inated. my 1
That day, the lst Battalion ot Neil
the 20th pushed through the small Grado
valley to its front, flushed some a lam
remaining enemy soldiers, and and
completed the seizure of the hill. neer
The remainder of the 6th Infan- May
try Division, parent organization land t
for the 20th Infantry, continued to fantry
elN.11 out Japanese positions be- ing st
yond Lone Tree Hill. took ti
By July 9, the division had seiz- my.
ed the last enemy strong point in The
the Maffin Bay area on Hill 265 made
and had taken over the crest of airfieh
Mount Saskin and Hill 225. Army
'fhe Japanese had abandoned tions,
many strong, well-organized posi battle
lions on the trkiuntain and Hill 225 round
as a result of the US troops' de- Sfc.
termined attack. with
July 12 a task force of the 6th Comp
Division pushed across the Woske hers tl
River and reached nearly four and ing th
a half miles beyond before they way
struck the new enemy positions. Bay. I
Maffin Bay was now secure for nY of
loading-out of US units. sion ir
The 6th Division had new orders in 1941
to go aboard ships for an assault In c
on the Vogelkop Peninsula to seize Milne
an air base site. The 20th Infantry futons
was to remain at Maffin Bay as nart,
division reserve, to be sent to'the,load
Vogelkop on call.
Meanwhile, the 31st Infantry Di Division
vision Division began unloading at Maffin 37
Bay July 14, while the 6th Divisipn
started to leave July 27.
Landing with the 167th infan-n
try of the 31st Division was 1
then-Lt. Arnold M. Freedman, a
rifle platoon leader. Currently as
sign d ti the USARCARIB
School at Fort Gulick, now-Mal. MIL,
Freedman had a direct tie with World
C Company of the lst Battle route
Group, 20th Infantry, also now thund(
stationed at Gulick. night,
Omar(
The last time Freedman saw C
Company of the 20th, the unit was At 14
in positions near Lone Tree Hill Ameri
land he was preparing to take ov- hers 0
er the area. Flar
However, he received a change 1.e,,11 in
of orders and instead took over m a
the position of C Company, of the strom.
1st Infantry, a companon regiment Wit
of the 20th. saw o
During the active U.S. opera- hear6
tions in the Wakde-Arare-Sarmi
harm
area from May 17 to September,
at least 3870 Japanese troops was
12 m
were killed, not counting those
The
buried in caves on Lone Tree ,1
according to the official """
.from
US Army history.
30 mil
Freedman estimates from his ex- it
perience that about 5000 were kill- -''
tues 1
ed. He took part in a long recon reconnaissance
naissance reconnaissance of the Japanese post- disint(
One
tions west of the Woske River. He fied a
remembers particularly the heavy, rai, ai
drenehine rains in' the area. "In scienti
the Panama area, we don't havelhelped
rains like those." he says. bomb.
The 20th infantry, attached to u.. t
the 3Ist Division, remained at Iv)
Maffin Bay until Aug. 26, when believi
the regiment left for the Vogelk0P three
to loin the rest of the 6th Division. makin
' From May 17 through Sept. 1, a furt
US losses totalled 1915 killed, amoni
wounded and missing. Nearly a Tho
third of these losses had been suf- a Sui
Ifered hy the 20th infantry. The re- part
. giment conservatively estimated TWA,
1 that it had killed at least 1300 ene- nams
.my. engin
Another veteran of the Wakde. Rep
Arare-Sarmi area is Cnt. Paul thougl
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ft' es on a regular monthly schedule
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in the third round of their
(Story in sports section)
Anniversary
Guinea War
-t th- u s
lick as a mem or o
my Transportation Service. O'-
Neil was then a Technician Fifth
Grade as assistant operator in
a landing craft of the 532nd Boat
and Shore Company, 2nd Engi.
neer Special Brigade.
May 18, 1944 his craft. helped
land the lst Battalion, 163rd In Infantry
fantry Infantry on Wakde Island. assault assaulting
ing assaulting stubborn Japanese defense. It
took two days to wipe out the ene enemy.
my. enemy. The seizure of Wake Island
made it possible to construct an
airfield from which planes of the
Army Air Forces supported opera operations,
tions, operations, and was the prelude to the
battle to clear the mainland a
round Maffin Bay.
Sfc. Lorenzo L. Sexton, now
with the 534th military Police
Company. Fort Clayton, remem remembers
bers remembers the 6th Division meninclud menincluding
ing menincluding the 20th Infantry on their
way to combat around Maffin
Bay. Ile had belonged to I Comna Comnany
ny Comnany of the 1st Infantry, 6th Divi Division
sion Division in the states, leaving the unit
in 1940.
In elrly 1944.. Sexton was at
Milne Bay. New Guinea watching
trnons nasg bv. It was his oH cornnan-,
I of the list, preparing to
load.
Americans
In Crash Of TWA
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MILAN, Italy (UPI) A Trans TransWorld
World TransWorld Airlines Constellation en
route to Chicago burst apart in a.
thunderstorm and crashed Friday
night, killing all 68 persons
aboard.
At least 37 of the vietimas were
Americans, including six mem members
bers members of the crew.
Flaming parts of the huge plane
fell in a wooded area, at the height
of a thunder, lightning 'and hail
strom.
Witnesses In nearby towns
saw a flash of fire in the sky and
heard a crash. One, piece of the
tiianto fell near an occupied
frame house. Site of the crash
was Cascina Agnelli', a hamlet
12 miles from Milan's airport.
The plane, with 59 passengers
and a crew of 9, had taken off
from Milan's Malpensa Airport,
30 miles outside the north Italian
city, and was in the air five min mintues,
tues, mintues, fighting for altitude, when it
disintegrated flames.
One -of the victims was Identi Identified
fied Identified as Prof. Maria Sachetti-Fermi,
sister of the late atomic
scientist Dr. Enrico Fermi who
helped developed the first atom
bomb. She was en-route to the
U.S. to visit her brother's grave.
TWA officials in Rome at first
believed there might have be,,m
three extra TWA officials aboard,
making a total of 71 victims. But
a further check showed they were
among the 59 passengers.
The plane, 23 feet longer than
a Super G-Constellation, was
part of the "Jetstream" fleet of
TWA. "Jetstream" is a trade
name, and the planes use piston
engines, not hets.
Reports from villagers said they
thought, the plane had been struck
by lightning, although tbere hal
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Stateside Shows Will Visit CZ Posts
On Monthly Schedule Starting July

Top entertainment Stateside
entertainment is heading for
Canal Zone military posts and bas bases
es bases on a regular monthly schedule
starting next month, Lt. Col. B. W.
Butters, chief of Special Service,
US Army Caribbean, has announc announced.
ed. announced. In addition to shows booked here
by the professional entertainment
branch of the Department of De Defense,
fense, Defense, nine professional entertain entertainment
ment entertainment units will visit the Zone be between
tween between July this year and May
1960, Butters said.
First to arrive will be the Na National
tional National Foot light Parade, featuring
the Bob Stevens Quintet, "Diplo "Diplomat
mat "Diplomat of Humor" Ray Styles, danc dancer
er dancer Peggy Adams, and Jack Pyle,
magician and MC.
The show will make four appear appearances
ances appearances in Army theaters under the
auspices of USARCARIB Special
Service, and will also play en engagements
gagements engagements in NCO, officer, and
other clubs during the tour.
Foot light Parade will play four
Army theaters between July 6 and
9, with admission free.
The schedule follows: Fort Am Amador
ador Amador Theater at 6:30 p.m. July 6
and 8:30 the same evening at Jad Jadwin
win Jadwin Hall, Fort Clayton; Fort Gu Gulick
lick Gulick Theater, 7 p.m. July 8 and Ft.
Kobbe Theater, 8:15 p.m. July 9.
In addition to the theater per performances
formances performances sponsored by Special
Services, the show will appear at
several clubs in the Canal Zone.
Russian Diplomat
Granted Asylum
In US Embassy
RANGOOM Burma (UPI) --
A 27-year-old Soviet diplomat who,
said he had been forced to "spy
on my fellow Russians as well as
my Burmese friends" defected to
the West today and received asy asylum
lum asylum in the U. S. Embessy here,
U. S. Ambassador Walter P. Mc McConaughty
Conaughty McConaughty said.
Thp Russian diplomat, Alexan,
der Urevitch Kazancheev. will be
moved to another country within
a few days, the embassy told
Burmese Foreign Minister U Chan
Tun Aung.
Kazacheev, an officer of the
Soviet information service, de denounced
nounced denounced the "cruel and oppressive
tyranny of Communism" in a
hand-written statement delivered
to McConaughty.
Kazacheev was the second So Soviet
viet Soviet diplomat in Rangoon to de denounce
nounce denounce the Soviet regime in the
past two months.
, Soviet Embassy guardp kidnap kidnaped
ed kidnaped embassy attathe,
T. stryguine, from a Rangoon
hospital last April 28 and forced
,him to board a Chinese Commun Communist
ist Communist plane five days later after he
had denounced the Communist
system. Stryguine entered the hos hospital
pital hospital after a suicide attempt and
begged for political asylum.
"I love the Russian people,"
Kazacheev said in his statement.
! "But I hate the government of
the Soviet Union and its cruel po police
lice police and intelligence services
which oppress the Russian people."

Among 68 Victims

Airliner In Italy
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been no known instance of a com commercial
mercial commercial aircraft destroyed by
lightning bolts.
There have been at least six
cases where thunderstorm turbu turbulence
lence turbulence has destroyed planes.
The plane, TwA Flight 891, be began
gan began its trip in Athens and made
stops at Rome and Milan en
route to Paris and Chicago.
Witnesses said the plane reach reached
ed reached an altitude of about 2,000 feet
while rain end lightning filled the
sky. It was barely visible in
clouds when suddenly it disinte disintegrated.
grated. disintegrated. Parts of the aircraft rained
down in flames, first a wing, filen
other pieces.
A hall of lighter pieces fell for
several seconds after the heavy
body and the tail crashed.
The last known instance of a
plane disintegrating in a thunder thunderstrom
strom thunderstrom was on May 12 when a
Capital Airlines Viscount turbo,
prop plane exploded during a
storm and crashed near Baltimore
killing all 31 persons aboard.
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uled scheduled to play Army bases in the Canal Zone July 6-9.

Lawyer Says Gov. Earl Long
Very Sick, But Not Mentally

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s',CQVINGTON, La. (UPI)--Gov.
Earl 1C:' Lung dramatically won
his release from a mental hospi hospital
tal hospital yesterday, fired three stalk of officials
ficials officials and departed for an unde undetermined
termined undetermined destination from his
hotel room "governor's office."
"He is a very sick man,"
Long's lawyer told newsmen after
a circuit judge set the chief ex executive
ecutive executive free -on,..the recoritnAndS recoritnAndSlion
lion recoritnAndSlion of two men Long piebtqlie
place of hospital officials he
fired.
The governor also dismissed
Col. John Nick Brown, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of state police and put E.
P.i Roy, a Baton Rouge florist, in
nit: place.
Following his release, at the end
of a hearing that lasted no more
than five minutes, Long set up
temporary,headquarters on the
second. floor of a Covington Hotel
had the corridor barricaded with
a baby bed and ordered a big
plate of hot tamales for his
lunch. But he left the hotel in mid
afternoon.
''I have never been insane one
second in my life," Long said in
his first formal hotel room state statement.
ment. statement. The swift-moving drama that
unfolded in a high school gynona
sium-auditorium which had been
converted into a courtroom took
only a few minutes.
The hearing was to determine
if Long was being legally held as
a mental patient.
ALL ACTION DROPPED
But when the governor booted
out the two men in eharge the
mental hospital, where he had
spent the past eight days, and re replaced
placed replaced them with friends. the pre presiding
siding presiding judge dropped all action'
and opened freedom's doors to
the embattled executive.
While Long was being visited by
a Baptist preacher upstairs, the
lobby of the Southern Hotel rang
with revelery as his supnorters
hoisted cans of beer in salute to
the victory.
Joe Arthur Sims, Long's law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, said the governor would "run
the state" from his hotel room
for several days, telephoning or.,
ders to Lt. Gov. Lether Frazer and
otter officials at Baton Rouge,
the ca pita
Sims acknowledged that Long is
"very definitely a sick man" but
when asked if he also thought the
governor was "sick mentally" he
replied this way:
"He is the same Earl Long I
have known all these years."
The lawyer said Long plans no
reprisals.
Sims quoted the governor after
his release as saying "don't you
think anyone who had been
lerked around three jails (actual (actually
ly (actually they were hospitals) and had
been stuck with ypodermic need needles
les needles would be a sick man?"
When freedom came, a giant
roar went up from the crowd ttva I
was packed into the sweltering

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confines of the auditorium. T h e
embattled governor, who has in insisted
sisted insisted since he was first rushed
off to a Texas institution that he
is not a schizophrenic paranoic
with a persecution comple x,
leaped to his feet and waved his
hands over his head in triumph.
FORESEE TROUBLE
,;1iN'' vit.
Obretvers familiar with t h e
earthy and rambuctious politics
of Louisiana predicted there
would be "all hell to pay" in the
camp of Long's enemies now that
he is a free man and governor
in fact once again. "You Wait and
See," Long cracked at a reporter
who asked if he would be bent on
revenge.
The governor provided the tip tipoff
off tipoff on things to come even before
Judge Robert D. Jones got to his
case a hearing to determine
whether Long had been legally
confined.
Long summarily fired Jesse
Bankston, director of state hospi hospitals
tals hospitals who is the man Long blames
with having him committed, and
Dr. Charles Belcher, superintend superintendend
end superintendend of the Southeastern Louisiana
State mental) Hospital where
the governor had spent the past
elilit days.
In a fantastic drama that almost
Put the heyday and last day of
his assassinated brother Huey in
second place, Long came confi confidently
dently confidently to the arena of the make makeshift
shift makeshift courtroom in Covington
High's gymnasium auditorium.
TI-e governor, who has been in
three hospitals since he was put
in a Galveston institution in May.
presented an appearance that
shocked his close friends who had
not seen him in the interim. He
had lost 40 pounds in less than a
month.
But he had lost none of I-is vim,
as dispiayed by his quick action
against Bankston and Belcher.
'I have done my best: I have
done what the good T,ord told me
to," said Bankston who hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized Long on a commitment
signed by the governor's wife. She
since has fled the state. posRibly
to Mexico, and Long only Thurs Thursday
day Thursday filed separation papers
against the woman who has been
his mate through 27 turbulent
years of politics.
Shortly after Jones got to the
Long case, Atty. Gen. Jack Gre Gremillion
million Gremillion ioined in a motion made
by Long's lawyers that the com commitment
mitment commitment order which hospitalized
him be dropped. Jones announced
there war no case and in less
than five minutes it was all over.
SEARCH FOR SKELETON
.
BIRMINGHAM, England (UPI)
Police searched Thursday for
what they described as a missing
"male, 5-fect 3-inches tall." The
description applied to Jimmy, a
skeleton that disappeared from a
closet In Dudley Road hospital
the night nurses' dance was
held three weeks ago.

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NEW YORK, June 27 (UP1)---The presidents of.-12
major steel companies yesterday rejected a union proposal
for a summit conference on the contract deadlOck ,thaI
threatens the, industry with a, nationwide strike at mid.
night Tuesday.
In a telegram to United Steelworkers President Da4d
J. McDonald the company heads said such:a piOetfng viould
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"serve no useful purpose."
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However, th-e executives said the Industry's' four:ifian
bargaining team was ready to meet the union's negotiat
ing unit it any time.
The rejection of the top level meeting came a far
hours after Sen. John Kennedy (DMass.) had urged thp
steel leaders to accept the union's proposal.

McDonald called for a top level
meeting to be held yesterday
morning but refused to meet with
that group in the afternoon.
He said after the morning session
that the joint talks were hopelessly
deadlocked by the industry's refus refusal
al refusal to make an economic offer to
the union. The industry has stood
pat on its April 10 proposal that
the current three-year agreement
be extended for one year beyond
the July 1 exPiratitin date.
In their reply to McDonald, the
steel executives emphasized once
again that the members of the in industrys
dustrys industrys four-man team "are our
representatives" and said nothing
would be accomplished by chang changing
ing changing the bargaining procedure.
They also said the industry does
not want a strike and that it was
not trying to "force" one on the
union.
With the strike deadline only
three days away, major companies
indicated they would start banking
their huge blast furnaces tomorrow
morning in anticipation of a walk walkout.
out. walkout. Most. however, planned to
wait as king as possible iiihopea
of a last minute settlement.
At Birmingham, Ala., a wildcat
strike halted some operations of
U. S. Steel's Tennessee Coal and
Iron Division for the second day.
A TCI 'spokesman said 1,300
workers remained off the !ebb
In Federiti 'Media 'Mediation
tion 'Mediation Director Joseph F. Finnegan
skid federal mediators were stand standing
ing standing by to help resolve the dispute if
requested.
McDonald described a two-hour
meeting held yesterday morning
with management's negotiating
team, heailed by R.' Conrad Coop Coop.er,
.er, Coop.er, executive vice president -of U.S.
Steel Corp.. as a "farcical filibus filibuster."
ter." filibuster." The union chief sent telegrams
to the heads of the steel compan companies,
ies, companies, urging them to meet him to tonight
night tonight "for the nurpose of reaching
an agreement."
"The union wants to avoid -a
shutdown," the telegrams 'said.
"Although your representatives say
that the industry likewise wants to
avoid a shutdown, we have been
unable to conclude a settlement
with them. Time is running out."
Rat Bite Kills
New York Infant
NEW YORK (UPI) A threemonth-old
boy died Thursday of
multiple bites from a rat or rats
which invaded his carriage in his
mother's kitchen.
The City Health Department
said it was the first death ever
recorded as resulting from rat
bites although 262 bite cases
have been reported so far this
year.
The infant, Richard Fox, died of
shock resulting from the bites
less thqn an hour after his moth mother
er mother had been wakened' by his
screams.
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The telegram was addressed 40
R ger M. Blough, chairman of
board of U. S. Steel, and the hea s
of 11 other firms.
McDonald disclosed thit tbe In
ion Thursday had sent out str
instructions to all USW locals
volved in the threatened walk t.
These instructions referred to lie-,
havior of qtrikers on picket lintis
stand-by maintenance agreemedtt;
in the plants, and geneTal deport-.
ment of the men to assure an ec.,-
derly walkout there is a strikL
Cocker Spaniels :v
Keen Their Barks!
SYDNEY, Australia CUPI)--Tha
Royal Society for the Preven Prevention
tion Prevention of Cruelty to Animals inte intevened
vened intevened today to save 20 cocker
spaniels from losing their harta..w
R. Buchanan, owner of the dogs,A
had proposed the hark-removing
operations as "a last resort" -toquiet
his ,iieighbore,-,e0mplatAta;
aboutt4tgOE,tmad;thc epping frore
the spaniels., ,,,
The animal turgeon Buchanti.,
contacted refused t6 perform tit,
operations without ruling frOne
the RSPCA, and its officials ye
toed the surgery as Cruel and tm
ethleal.
'Weather Or Not
This weather report for tbe 4
hours ending 8 a. m. today to
prepared bv the Meteors leeks'
and Hydrographio Branch of the
Panami Canal Company;
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 90 84
Low 74 78
HUMIDITY:
High 97
Low 66 85
WIND:
(max. mph) N-16 NIV22
RAIN (inches) AO 41)
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 63 1
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gahm Lake 82.85
Madden Dam 117.48
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, JUNE 28
High
Time Hi;
9:38 a.m. 14.2 16
10:01 p.m 12.9 ilft
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3:57 p.m. 8.8 ft )
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