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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1959
FIVI CINTS.

Casfro Cops Press
Gang-Busting Hunt
In Heart Of Havana

HAVANA, July 3 (UPI) Premier Fidel Castro's secret
police pressed a gangbusting manhunt in the heart of Ha Havana
vana Havana today to wipe out a vast conspiracy to overthrow the
government.
Police last night reported they had arrested "many"
Cuban and seized "great quantities" of uniforms, arms
and ammunition in the capital. They said more arrests
were imminent.
Secret Police Chief Erundind Vilela said the gang was
responsible for a recent outbreak of sabotage and terror.
Ism in the greater Havana area and had planned assassina.
tions as the next stage of its operation.
The manhunt was spurred by a report that Maj. Pe.
cjro L. Diaz Lanz, branded a "traitor and deserter" by the
Castro regime, had escaped a police and armed forces

dragnet.
Land, sea 'and air patrols had
been scouring the island area
lor him. He was almost certain
to face a firing squad if caught.
Informed sources said Diaz
(Lanz, who resigned as ; chief of
the air force earlier this week,
had fled to a "south coast city
of Florida. Diaz Li nz, in his
letter oirMignatibn -charged he
was the victim Of retaliation
Outside Havana, Castro s
t evolutionary forces were
plagued by the growing size
of anti-government bands m
Pinar del Rio and Oriente, the
provinces at the two extremes
cf the island.
A major military operation,
involving up to 170O ti oops has
been launcned in Pinar del Rio s
Organ mountains in tne west.
Vilela said the Havana raids
yesterday confiscated pistols,
tommyguns and shotguns as
well as campaign equipment
like hammocks, blankets and
uniforms used by ousted dicta dictator
tor dictator Fulgencio Batista's troops.
He said both civilians and for former
mer former military men were involved.
Vilela said the leaders of the
conspiracy were ex-Senator Ro Rolando
lando Rolando Masferrer, presently In
exile in Miami, and former Ba Batista
tista Batista Gen. Eleuterio Pedraza.
Pedraza directed the ineffec ineffective
tive ineffective army offensive against Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's rebels, in the closing weeks
of the civil war last year.
The spokesman said there is
no serious risk that arms ex exported
ported exported to a third party might
be diverted to the Dominican
Republic.
The British government, he
eald, grants licenses for export
of arms soieiy tor tne use oi
the government which pur pur-ehases
ehases pur-ehases them. In any event, the
spokesman said, there is no
question of issuing licenses for
the sale oi arms to private con concerns
cerns concerns except small arms.
Beatnik Banter Bugs
Cops In Newport
During Jazz Fair
NEWPORT, R.I. (UPD-Pollce
had trouble understanding the re request
quest request of Robert Lawier. 21 and
William Vardoulis. 20. both of
Pittsburgh so they asked them to
write down what they were talk talking
ing talking about. Here's what they
wrote:
"Here It is pops, the way the
caper took shape. We left Pitt
t 7 in the pee-em. playing the
hitchhiking game 600 miles. About
n'ne hours later, we got our first
ride and scored heavy, 25 miles
worh.
"Two coolest of cats from
Michigan held the next session
and we fell in on some burg in
Connecticut. Five short hops,
courtesy of some New England
Jives, and we made the scene,
man.' We fell in to dig the hops hops-like
like hops-like it is going to be nothing but
sounds."
''olire, who deduced the .beard .bearded
ed .bearded pair were beatniks, assumed
the message described a 600-mile
hitch hiking trip from Pittsburgh
to Newport in order to attend the
Newport Jazz Festival. They also
reacned the coneiusionthat their
request for information about
"pads" referred to rooms where
(hey could spend the night.
Police advised the umbrella and
auitcaie carrying beatniks to re re-nuest
nuest re-nuest accommodations at the
Newport Community Center,
where It wag cool air cooled.

Fidel To Call
Out Peasants
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On July 26
HAVANA, July 3 (UPD Fidel
Castro announced last night he
would summon a half million
Cuban peasants to Hit ana July
26 "with their machetes" to
demonstrate popular support for
his l evolutionary government.
"Ire bearded prime minister
spoke on television shortly after
his tecret police announced dis discovery
covery discovery cf a vast anti-goverr..
conspiracy opera ting in the
heart of tne capital.
Castro's speech bristled with
challenges to the Dominican
Republic.
Ho denounced "international
interests." He flaved his air
rorce chief who resig
hed and
disappeared after ch
(rging
there were communists
in the
government.
Castro rapped the United
States by saying that hench henchmen
men henchmen of Fulgencio Batista in
exile in Florida "each day have
more Influence and official aid."
Castro's revolutionary force
which overthrew Batista's dic dictatorship
tatorship dictatorship was known as the 26th
of July Movement.
He said assembling the pea peasants
sants peasants in the capital on that day
would show the world the force
of his revolution, which he con considers
siders considers still in progress.

Young Marine Will Be First
To Die For Rape Qf Negro

BEAUFORT, S.C. (UPI) A
Judge who cited history for ex examples
amples examples of equal justice for whites
and Negroes in South Carolina
Thursday pronounced the first
death sentence ever received by
a white man for raping a Negro
in this state.
It was believed the first time
in the South and perhaps in the
nation that the death penalty has
been pronounced for rape com committed
mitted committed against a Negro by a
white man.
An appeal already has been
fiied by the defendant, a young
Parris Island, SC., Marine ana
the death sentence will be stayed
automatically pending appeals.
Judge J. Henry Johnson sen sentenced
tenced sentenced Fred J. Davis, 24 of At At-lanta
lanta At-lanta to be executed in the elec electric
tric electric chair at Columbia Friday.
Aug. 14, for raping a 47-year-old
Negro woman here. At the ses session,
sion, session, Johnson also pronounced the
death sentence on the same date
for Negro Israel Sharpe, 20, con convicted
victed convicted Tuesday of attempted rape
of a young white woman.
Johnson, a veteran of 40 years
on the bench, passed sentence on
the slim, crew-cut Davis, after
turning down a motion for a new
trial.- 'This followed a 70 minutes
of arguments by defense attorney
Ben Carter of Beaufort.
An all-white jury Monday night

Britain Won't
Send Arms
To Truiillo

LONDON, July 3 (UPD Brit Britain
ain Britain has applied a virtual em embargo
bargo embargo on arms exports to the
Dominican Republic in view of
the "state of tension" in the
Caribbean area, a foreign office
spokesman said today.
The spokesman said it is
known that the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic has applied for arms pur purchases.
chases. purchases. But, the spokesman
said, in view of the state of ten tension
sion tension in the Caribbean area any
applications for arms exports
there are "very carefully screen screened"
ed" screened" and no licenses have been
issued for arms exports to tbe
Dominican Republic "in the re recent
cent recent period."
The spokesman said that Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Ambassador Sergio Rojas
has visited the Foreign Office
several times recently and has
made charges of art alleged Do Dominican
minican Dominican plot to attack Cuba.
These charges were repeated
by him in a press conference
yesterday. They ware promptly
denied by the newly-appointed
Dominican Republics Ambassa
dor Hector Garcia Godoy.
The Foreign Office apokes-.
man said that although the
British government recognizes
the existence of a "state of
tension" in the Caribbean, it
has no knowledge of any such
plot as Rojas charged,
both Cuba andVVeneauela liav-
denied heatedly the Dominican
Republic's eharge ' that they
were responsible for two recent
invasions and are plotting, a
third.
Cuban Minister of State Raul
Roa branded the accusation "a
lie from end to end." He said
the "blondy dictatorship" of Do Dominican
minican Dominican strongman Rafael L
Trujillo was making the charges
to hide its own conspiracies a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Cuba and Venezuela.
Venezuelan Ambassador Mar Marcos
cos Marcos Falcon Bricefio termed the
Dominuican allegations abso absolutely
lutely absolutely false."
Dominican Ambassador Virgi Virgi-lio
lio Virgi-lio Diaz Ordonez told the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States
'OAS) yesterday that Cuba and
Venezuela were behind Inva Invasions
sions Invasions of his country June H in
June 20.
He said 3000 men training In
Cuba and Venezuela have in inquired
quired inquired 25 war planes in pre preparation
paration preparation for a new invasion.
Opium Is Illegal
BANGKOK, Thailand (UPI)
Opium smoking became illegal at
midnight yesterday under a de de-cree
cree de-cree issued by premier Sarit
Thanarat. Ninety-two opium dens
were closed down in greater
bangkok in line with the order.
Violators are liable to up to 20
years in prison.
convicted Davis and did not rec recommend
ommend recommend mercy making the death
penalty (mandatory under South
Carolina law. johnson delayed
formal sentencing until yesterday
to permit Carter to perfect his
arguments for a new trial.
The U.S. Justice Department in
Washington has said it believes
no white man has ever been ex
ecuted in this country for raping
a Negro.
Davis stood silently before the
judge for sentencing after John
son had overruled the new trial
motion. He shook his head in the
negative when Johnson asked him
if he had anything to say.
Carter made nine points in his
argument, the main point beins a
charge that Beaufort County Sher-
at Ed McTeer prompted witnes
ses during the trial.
McTeer, who with 3 yean In
office in South Carolina's senior
sheriff, was sworn and denied
under oath that he gave any such
signals to any witnesses in the
case.
During the trial McTeer testi testified
fied testified Davis admitted raping the
Negro woman and the sheriff Said
the defendant told him he was
subject to "uncontrollable" sex
urges and enjoyed using force
with women.
Davis denied 'admitting the at
tack and us'" the woman submit
ted voluntarily.

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WASHINGTON, July 8 (UPD Old Glorv will go aloft tomorrow bearinr 49 stars.
Flags with a new star for the new state of Alaska will be hoisted in ceremonies at the
Capitoi and at Baltimore'!: Ft. McHenry national monument, birthplace and shrine of the na national
tional national anthem. Both will be held a few seconds after midnight.
- One of the two flars to be raised simultaneously at the Capitol will be given to Alaska as a
symbol of its new status. The other will remain as a regular Capitoi flar until it wears out.
A$ Ft. McHenry, Interior Secretary Fred A. Seaton will raise the new flae as the marine
band plays "The Star Spangled Banner." The fort was cllsen for an official raising because
ttnder presidential proclamation the flax is flo wn there day and night "as a perpetual symbol
of our patriotism."
The Capitol and Ft. McHenry are two peaces where it is proper to fly the flae at night.
President Eisenhower Sends
Message To Citizens Abroad

On the occasion of the Fourth
of July, President Eisenhower
has sent greetings to approxi-
mately two and one ha" million
Americans abroad who are cele
brating the 183rd anniversary of
American independence.
In his message, President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower calls upon his fellow ci
tizens to "state the facts of free-
dom and trust in God," as Amer
icans have always done.
The complete text of the presl
dential message follows:
"My fellow Americans, 183
years ago a dramatic event took
place in our country tne pro
clamation of our independence
and the establishment of our na
tion.
"Today I speak to each of you
American citizens abroad first,
to convey the greetings of all of
us at home on this special occa
sion; and second, to acknowledge
a keen appreciation of your im important
portant important role as our representa
tives to the rest of the world.
"Approximately two and a half
million of your are outside the
United States today, all guests in
foreign lands. Whether you are
overseas in an official capacity,
serving at one of our diplomatic
missions or consular posts; or in
uniform, helping to secure the
common defense of freedom, or
studying or teaching at a foreign
school; or contributing knowledge
to help improve the health or
productivity of one ot tne worw s
newly developing lands; or work working
ing working as a correspondent of our
free press; or engaged; in com commerce:
merce: commerce: or travelling as a visitor
to enchance your understapding of
our neighbors on eartn you are,
in foreign eyes, guests of those
nations in which you resioe. i
trust that your hosts may ever
consider you welcome representa representatives
tives representatives of the United States and of
everything we cherish.
"On this national holiday, I
take this opportunity to talk to
you directly about what you re
present. First of all, the signi
ficance of July Fourth. This date
annually commemorates and re renews
news renews our dedication to the prin principles
ciples principles of freedom, of govern government
ment government elected by the people of e e-qual
qual e-qual opportunity for all. These
aire not static principles. Ljt us
look at the United States today,
to see what we have accomplish
ed, since 1776, In carrying out the

Silks

Diriffefc Rewarded

4. Z'4
i American experiment.
''In these 183 years we have
developed an industrialized socip-
ty while maintaining our person-
al freedoms. Despite the predi
tions of Karl Marx, our economy
has developed swiftly through un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented teamwork on .the
part of those who toil and those
who invest and manage. During
this development, the working
man has obtained an increasing
ly larger share of the fruits of
his. labors. We live Under the rule
of law, which jealously guards
our freedom and illegal re-
stramt. I xo not suggest that all
of these achievements exist con
stantly or uniformly throughout our
land. The goals for which Amer
ica strives are not always easy
of attainment
But we have "an abiding deter
mination to reach those goals
without sacrifice of principle, and
to further the cause of freedom
at homeland abroad. -We have
grown in the realization of inter
dependence among nations as
well as among individuals. We
helped establish and steadfastly
support the United Nations in
applying the concept of collec
tive security to preserve freedom
and integrity.
We fell it our duty to extend
help to those who need and de
sire it. In the forms of economic.
scientific, technological, and de defense
fense defense assistance, we try to help
inner peoples realize tneir
legiti
mme aspira uons.
"Our- major goal is the achieve achievement;
ment; achievement; of a lasting peace with jus
tice, n
Spirit Of 76
If John Hancock and the
boys had sought to' publish
their Declaration of Inde Independence
pendence Independence in The Panama
American, history would
have passed them by. Unlike
Hancock and Co. we don't
publish anything July 4, not
even the Mail Box. So to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, just as in 1776, no
Panama" American. Back
Sunday

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Off

"This. then, is what you repre
sent abroad. You can be proud
of the American experiment, dy dynamic,
namic, dynamic, vital, constructive, lupe lupe-ful.
ful. lupe-ful. I ask you to tell that story
But let the facts speak for them themselves.
selves. themselves. It is traditional with us
not to impose ideas on other peo peoples.
ples. peoples. And in those countries en engaged
gaged engaged in social experiments of
their own, let tiiem know that we
wish them well in their efforts
toward the peaceful echancement
of the individual. Give our en-
couragement to all nations to
solve tneir promems in tneir own
way, in accordance with their
own traditions as we do our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. If my message to you on
this Fourth of July could be put
into one sentence, it would be
this:
j "State the facts of freedom and
irusi in uoa, as we nave ever
done. Thus, we know that truth
will triumph.
"God bless you all."
Senate Committee
Reports Favorably
On Hospital Bill
A propose-d Senate bill to pro
vide health and hospital insur-
ance protection for federal em
j ployes and ineir iamine,s, Known,
as tne jo:ui5i,oii-i.Nruij-ii4ri um,
has been amended and favor
ablv reported by theSerate Post
Office and Civil service com committee.
mittee. committee. Notification. of the action was
received on the Isthmui in a
newsletter Issued by the Nation National
al National Federation of Fec'era! Em Employes.
ployes. Employes. Sen. Olin D. Johnston D D-S.C.),
S.C.), D-S.C.), chairman of the comlmit comlmit-tee,
tee, comlmit-tee, said that he had directed
the Insurance subcommittee to
make a special study of the
question of health insurance
coverage for persons already on
the retirement rolls.
The 8enate committee also
has amended a section of the
proposed bill which will increase
the number of representatives
of employe organizations on the
advisory council from one to
three, an actipn strongly recom-
menaea oy laB'-sm ea

Panama)

One Missing,
39 Due Later
At Cristobal

i1
Thirty-nine persons were rescued from a burniaf:
Colombian merchant ship which exploded and sa& iafi
last night in the Caribbean 200 milles off Panama.
One person was still listed as missing at press timr
from among the 40 crewmen and passengers which aban abandoned
doned abandoned the bJaziiQjv$teamship Rio Atrataas it wfln
route tolSari Andrei Island from Cartagena.
The German merchant ship Essen, first rescue ves
sel on the scene, and the Navy transport Henry Gibbins
picked up the survivors.
The Essen, a 6766-ton steamship, was en route to
Cristobal from Antwerp when it reported sighting a "big
ship on fire" at about 9:20 last light.

A U.S. Air Force four-engine
C-54 transport plane answered
the Essen's call for 'lights" to
aid in the rescue of .survivors
Flying to the scent; from Al Al-brook,
brook, Al-brook, the plane dropped para parachute
chute parachute flares over the darkened a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. The first survivors rescued Jy
the Essen included 15 persons
in a rubber life raft and eight
person? in -a lifeboat.'
Rotidam, the Ii-
tn's matter, later radioed that
oty ef his lifeboats had taken a.
man, woman and thrtt children
off th burning ship.
The Gibbins, which left Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal yesterday en route to San
Juan, helped pick up the remain remaining
ing remaining 11 survivors along with the
Essen.
A doclor was aboard the Gib Gibbons
bons Gibbons to treat any of the survivors
needing medical attention, the Na Navy
vy Navy said.
Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks,
the Navy's ranking officer in the
Canal Zone, was coordinating res rescue
cue rescue operations. His headquarters
said this morning that the Essen
was expected to arrive in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal tomorrow with the survivors.
The Essen was originally sched

$35 Million Blaze Sweeps
Secret Pentagon Basement

! WASHINGTON, July 3 (UPI)--iPentagon
officials investigating a
35-million-dollar fire blamed on
an electrical spark considered to
day what even a small bomb
might do to the nation's suppos supposedly
edly supposedly fire-proof military nerve-center.
Studies on how to prevent an another
other another similar fire in the Penta Pentagon,
gon, Pentagon, the world's largest office
building, were under way.
The blaze swept a super-secret
Pentagon basement hideaway yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. It buckled con concrete
crete concrete floors, burst water piepes,
and destroyed tightly guarded e e-lectronic
lectronic e-lectronic equipment.
Three hundred firemen battled
the fire, and 40 were felled by
the dense acrid smoke given oft
by the burning of 7,000 rolls of
taped Air Force data, some of it
stamped "secret."
Many, working in unaffected
sections of the massive five sid sided
ed sided concrete buildine. had been
unaware of the fire,
The blaze was confined to a
small section 20,000 square feet
of the Pentagon's total area, al
inougn smoKe pourea mrougn an
1 area equal to about four city
blocks.
Structural damage was esii
mated at from $200,000 to $5,010, $5,010,-000
000 $5,010,-000 depending on who was guess
ing. This was on top of fhe $30,-
000,000 loss of computers tapes
and equipment in the Air Force s
huge statistical center.
After the fire finally was con contained,
tained, contained, Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy dismissed the entire Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon working force of some 29, 29,-000
000 29,-000 military and civilian employes,
giving them an early start on a
three-day Fourth of July weekend!
There was no danger to most of
the employes "even at the height
of the blaze. Most were smiling
and chattine as they depar'ed.
They were let out early mainly
because broken pipes put drinking
and washroom facilities out of
commission.

uled to arrive at the Atlantic side
Vurt at 9 a.m. today on its wajr
t( Los Angeles and San Francis Francisco,
co, Francisco, its local agents said.
The ill-fated Rio Atrato went
to the bottom at 3:20 this morn morning
ing morning after burning for at least six
hours during the night, based
on reports from the Essen.

The cause f the fir wa not
According fe th 41.1 Navy
btadquartarl, the Colombian Na Na-Vy
Vy Na-Vy this morning had a ship- ef
Its flwt n route te the scene
to assist operations.
The Rio Atrato was apparently
an East Coast imit of the Colom Colombian
bian Colombian merchant fleet. It wag not
familiar to any local shipping a
gent and there was no record of
it having ever transited the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal.
0
The fliers on the Air Force C C-54,
54, C-54, who were routed out of bed
at about 2:30 a.m., included Capt.
Edward L. Pierson, pilot; Capt.
Joseph P. Leonelli, co-pilot; S S-Sgt.
Sgt. S-Sgt. Robert E. Bennett, radio a a-perator;
perator; a-perator; M-Sgt. Leonard B. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, crew engineer; and Airman
1-C Raymond L. Murphy, who
dropped the flare's. V '-
An electrical failure wag
lieved to have started the Mai.
There was no evidence of sabotage.
Counted in the damage to the
83 million dollar building, whtcfi
derives its name fro its five
sides, was the loss of secret Air
Force "tapes" in the under underground
ground underground offices where the fht
started.
Some of the 30 million dollars
worth of electrical data processing '-:
machines in the Air Force of fices
were believed to have suf- :
fered an electrical defect which v
ri0qered the blaze shortly before
11 a.m
More than 500 Air Force em-.
ployes were forced to flee thun-
dercrounH section involved which
houses th closely guarded Air
Force statistical' service. Hundreds
also were evacuated from a "con
course" shopping area on the floor
above.
A spokesman estimated It would
take a' least six months to re
store the statistical service area.
He said thp information contra i,"",
by the magnetic taoes brobt ,-
can he res'orpf'. however.
Whil" the 16-year-old. 3i-acr
Pentagon huildin" i hiiilMif, cfi cfi-orete.
orete. cfi-orete. and allegedly ftre-broof..ihe
fire and smoke snread through
fa'-e ceil'n-s and partitions-,
Thp buiWin" houses both mfH mfH-tary
tary mfH-tary anH civilian oer.onnl of the
Army, Navv and Air Force.',
well as th Department of Def-pe
itself. A M acre narking lot, with
soacp for 8 "oo rs almost turv
rounds the building. J ;
Fire fighting eouipment was
rushed from nearby Ft. Myer,
Va., Arlington and Falls Church
Va. and the District of Columbia,
jus' across the Potomac Rivera
One fireman said lack of elee.
trie lights made it almost lm.
nnssibl- o see anything ins'de the
basement corridors.
They used masks and oxygen
tanks as they poured million- ef
gallons W waier as? to blaia



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Labor News
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Comments

Sir:

'There appeared in the papers on July 1 an article purport purport-ink
ink purport-ink to to.ne iioni the American Federation ol Government Em Employes
ployes Employes U -.c enect that the o-called Holiday Bill would get.
through i Congress and be signed bv the President prior to
July L..-o making July 3 a legal hdliday. The person who gave
t"as misleading iniormation to the press acted irresponsibly.
it is true that on June 30. the House of Representatives
passed by an overwhelming vote H.R. 5732 which would grant
holiday benefits on the Friday before nolidays that occur on
Saturday. However, the bill must now go to the Senate, be re reported
ported reported by the Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee.
ald lie on the table for 48 hours after Deing reported before it
Can be called up lor consideration. Obviously, this cannot be
gone between June 30 and July 3.
; in my opinion, the bill will pass the Senate bv the end of
July and be sent to the President but very likely not before then.
Eten then, there is doubt as to what action the P ident will
take on the measure Although the President bv executive order
bjas made July 3rd a non-work day. the AFGE wV continue to
press lor enactment of the Holiday bill.
R. M. Lovelady.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Sir:
A person can't blame the pilots for slowing down the trans trans-IiS.'The
IiS.'The trans-IiS.'The Top says rush, rsh, rush. Then the pilot gets a letter
tor. some minor accident.
'You have to admire the way the pilots stick together. Thev
decide to slow down, put out the work, and 90 per cent of them
slow down.
If we had stuck together that way, then perhaps the ad administration
ministration administration wouldn't have been able to change our Job descrip description
tion description and downgrade us.
The copy of the new job description I saw doesn't say any anything
thing anything about ships or pilots only that a locomotive operator op operates
erates operates various switches and controllers. In my estimation that
means the, ship and pilot are secondary.

So come out in tne orjen ana give a gooa ciear signal, wsn

t

awav from the body, so vf; can see it and we will keep you off

(J ail even inuugn H uuesn I nueirai, mc auiiuuiauauuii.

Ginger's Dumb Cousin.

Tmme.K.mmMrwmmmir--'''J "jeHiyeW Hil''l'l'y "I" ym

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TAKIN' IT EASY "No more pencils, no more books . ."
the old rhyme goes. And for Fort Worth, Tex., grade schoolers
Cindy Nemitz, left, and Debbie Stout, jou might add a line
about shoes, too. The eight-years-olds were caught giving their
feet a summertime breather.

Vegetable Kingdom

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS
1 Vegetables
in a pod
S Woody plant
8 Mushroom
part
12 Grate
13 Rodents
14 Regret
15 Garden
vegetable
17 Ear (prefix)
IS Intermediate
It Linking up
11 Creek porch
23 Measures of
time (ab.)
24 Possessive
pronoun
27 Sea eagle
29 Female sheep
(Pi.)
32 Mean
34 Signify
3Sad (Fr.)
37 Eternity
(poet.)
38 Male children
3D Incarnation
of Vishnu
41 Mother horse
42 Driving
command
44 Sleeveless
garment
46 Resilient
49 Pixies
63 Equality
54 Most
uncertain
66 Poem
S7Nick
58 Trigonometry
function
59 Watch
60 Italian city
. 61 Again

DOWN
1 Baby buggy
2 Comfort
3 Vipers
4 Bridges
5 Musical
syllable
6 Type of sleeve
7 Needle case
8 Treatise
9 Kind of puzzle
10 Self (prefix)
11 Mexican
laborer
16 Memory
20 Feminize
appellation
22 Command
24 Strikes
25 Nested boxes

wMiikm
la ill is

26 Large ray
28 Dropsy
30 Volcano In
Sicily
31 Appear
33 Worms
35 Storehouses
40 Stress
43 Musical
exercise

45 Feminine
name
48 Heroic poetrjf
47 Burden
48 Chemical
suffixes
50 Leaf part
51 Underling
52 Meat dish
55 Consumed

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By VICTOR RIESEL
It the Federal Court's Monitors
have tneir way, the Teamsters re record
cord record breaking memoersnip soon

will be minus one auespayer
namely Jame Ridale nona. lloffa
wants to piay it tough. The Moni Monitors
tors Monitors will piay it lougn. Deep in meir
confidenual files are detailed plans
lor a make or Dreak move the
ouster of Jimmy Hotta not only
from the Teamsters presidency out
.rom the Teamsters Union itself.
If the Monitors can stick to their
time table, it will be a hotter sum summer
mer summer for Jimmy H. than he expect expected.
ed. expected. .The Monitors hope to aifve a
gainst him in a month or so. When
they attempt to prove that he is as
unfit to hold union membership as
he is to hold the union's presidency,
they will not charge him with any
violation of the law of the hnd.l

They'll charge him with violation,

while in local, regional and national

office, of the Teamsters constitution.

Those monitors, strange fellows,

just don't think it's cricket for a

union official to lend dues money

to a race track so the parimutuel

windows can cover the bets. Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hoffa and one of his buddies
in the Brotherhood did just that

some years back.

Seems that a Michigan trotting

track on opening day found itself
without the ready cash that whim whimsical
sical whimsical horse fans want when their
nag comes trotting in with a win.
The track owner knew that Hoffa's
buddy, Bert Brennan, owned a

string of horses which romoed
there. The track operator called
Brennan. Soon he was with Bren

nan and Hoffa. The boys got up

$50,000 of Teamsters' dues money
to tide over the harassed horse

man.
It was all legal. But the Monitors

are having the darndest time find finding
ing finding authorization in the union cons

titution for the use of Hues money
as temnorarv race track funds.

All this takes Jimmv Hoffa back

to the davs he ran hi Detroit Lo Local
cal Local 299. But since Hoffa is not be

ing charged with violating the stm

tutes of anything but his own Broth Brotherhood,
erhood, Brotherhood, he is not covered by the

statute of limitations. Thus the

Monitors plan to go back to the

time when Hoffa, as a local truck
union official, went into the truck

ing business. That seems like a
conflict of interest to the eyes and
ears of the Federal Court.

There was a truck leasing com

pany set up for Hoffa and his pal

by two attorneys for a large num number
ber number f)( trucking.companies and em employer
ployer employer associations. It's all legal.

Bupwhat would James Hotfa, pres

ideTftPof the Teamsters Union, say
if he discovered today that somej
local business agent owned a firm,

which leased the big vans to freight

carriers which, in turn, hired driv
ers who were members of the busi business
ness business agent's local? We know what

he'd say but we can't print it

These same company lawyer
also were tied in with Hoffa In

other businesses a brewery, a

freight terminal comoanv and a

loan and investment outfit.

There are many instances of Hof

fa's use of union funds for actf
vities as far removed from union

work as has a set of brass knuckles
at a Women's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Union Sunday sing.
Hoffa never stole that money. He
accounted for it. It was legal. But

was it ethical use of dues funds?

For example, the Monitors olan
to go into the case of the hiring
of a man named John Cye Cheasty.
a lawyer and investigator.
Hoffa was tried in Federal Court

on charges of "sing Cheastv to spy

on the MeClellan Committee and
attempting to bribe a Federal of official.
ficial. official. Hoffa, was acquitted, which
meant that Cheasty was legally
employed by Hoffa and the Team Teamsters.
sters. Teamsters. The Monitors won't charge Hoffa
with any violation of the law in

the retention of Cheasty. But they

olan to charge that the entire af

fair Hoffa's participation in it
and the cash payments to Cheasty

in a park after a secret rende7vons

and a silent ride through the Wash

ington dusk constitute conduct

they believe unbecoming the pres

ident of so large a brotherhood of

the proletariat.

The Monitors have a total of 123

charges they can hurl at Hoffa

They plan to seek nut the dean of

a law school or some other lega

expert of national stature to pro process
cess process the charges. Then they will
demand Hoffa's expulsion from the
Teamsters Union.

Oij March 8, 1791, Vermonters raised
a new flag with 15 stars and stripes
herald of the future growth of the
young United States.

The First Time Old Glory Was Changed

The official dedication of the
new 49-star flag this July 4th is
the final step iii Alaska's admis admission
sion admission to the Union.
Alaska's road has been a long
one, but few states had a stormi
er time or fought harder for rec recognition
ognition recognition than did the 14th state
Vermont.
This is the story of how the
flag was changed from its origin original
al original 13-star design for the f i r s t

time.

Vermont eould well be called

the orphan of the Revolution. At

the outbreak, the wild territory

north of Massachusetts ana De De-tween
tween De-tween New Hamoshire and New

York was commonly known as

the New Hampshire uranu. Jims
was becajise pf the numerous
land grants made" to seitUers by
the governor of New Hampshire
But New York had challenged
lhat ritrht and an order from King

George III and a later court

case held In favor of Mew York
The sturdy pioneers, threatend
with displacement, refused to ac accept
cept accept the decision.
MILITIA IS ORGANIZED
Under the leadership of the

fiery Ethan Allen, a militia was
formed, later to be known as the
Green Mountain Boys.
The people wre divided, into
two factions. In the East the au
thority of New York was recog recognized;
nized; recognized; in the West it was defied.
When the Revolution began in
1775, the people of the New
Hampshire Grants had little rea reason
son reason to join in it. But Lexington
and Concord erased, for the time
being, the old enmity with New
York.
On May lo, 1775, the Green
Mountain Boys captured the fort;
ress of Ticonderoga on Lake
Champlain.
This was the first victory by
Americans in the war. Ethen Al Allen's
len's Allen's blustering, "In the name of
the great Jehovah and the Con Continental
tinental Continental Congress," served asxa
much-needed rallying cry to tfie
disorganized colonies.
MOVING TOWARD
STATEHOOD
Vermont sent statehood feelers
to Congress. Finding little sym sympathy
pathy sympathy there, it took a cue from
Jefferson and in January, 1777,
issued a provlamation of inde independence.
pendence. independence. Vermont was bent on
freedom, with or without the rest
of the country.

The constitution later adoDted

by the new republic of Vermont

was the first to forbid slavery
and establish manhood suffrage.
After the war, Vermont's ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of disputed lands by
force and conditions of near civu
war were a headache to the new
nation.
Congress passed a resolution
disapproving Vermont's riotous
behavior. Some quarters proposeu
partitioning it between New York
arid New Hampshire.
George Washington cautioned a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst trying to coerce Vermont.
."The inhabitants, for the most
part, are a nardy race, comris comris-ed
ed comris-ed of that kind of people who are
best calculated lor soldiers."
,MQREJJMJJ,eRATE FELyNGj
But the old soldiers were de departing.
parting. departing. On February 13, 1789,
president Ezr? Stiles of Yale Col College
lege College wrote in his diary: "Ethan

Allen died this day and went to

hell."
I
Younger and more temperate
men came along. They had a lev lever
er lever now lo pry open the Union.

Kentucky, a slave state, was

clamoring for admission. The
North looked about for a politic

al counterbalance.

Washington and Alexander Ham

ilton championed Vermont, ver

mont finally made peace with
New York and that state's oppo

sition was withdrawn.
In Bennington on Jan. 6, 1791,
a convention made formal peti

tion for statehood. Washington
presented it to Congress, and on
Feh. 18 th first president signed

the act that made Vermont the

14th state.
NEW FLAjG GOES UP

On March 8 at a celebration in
Rutland the federal flag was

raised. It had 15 stars and stripes

Vermont waS already welcoming
the next state, Kentucky, which
was admitted the fallowing year.
The original flag had been a
dopted in 1777. Vermont's 15-star
and 15 stripe flag anticipated
the first official change that was
made by Congress in 1795 when
there were 15 states.

Later, when more states came

in, adding a stripe for each one

made the flag too cumbersome.

Cohgress then ordered that after

July 4, 1818, the flag would re

turn to its original 13 stripes.

and with each new state a new
star would be added to the fieid
on the July 4 following its admis admission
sion admission to the Union.
In Gntrit enuntrv Vermrtnl Iftfl

Lxears ago ea .trie way for all the

otner stars mat were to iouow.

A curiosity amnnr hlrda lh

kiwi survives from some long
distant past. It is about the
size of a domestic fowl and is
found only in the mountains
and foreaU of New Zealand.
It is rarely seen because it
seeks food only at nighjf. The
bird gets its popular nam from
its strange cry, ki-wi, kh-wil
It was not known to civili' civili'-tion
tion civili'-tion until 1850 when the
living one was classified.
Encyclopedia Brllaoolca

With most people, being a fool
Is a do-ir-yoursel f project, e mt

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J!f AGENCIA
INTERNACIONAL
jWde PUBLICACIONES, S. AaYSpj
Congratulates the t
United States :
A of America J
A on its I
i Jjk Independence Day r :)
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.dahyWasHINGTON

I iJVIERRY-UO-KOUND

h HIW PIAIfON

WASHINGTON Adm. John
"Dutca" Will, commander ", at
the Military Sea Transport Serv Service,
ice, Service, resigns this week to become
president of American E x f 1
Lines, a company which has haul
ed a considerable amont of gov ernment
reighc assigned to it by
the MSTS. : ; :':$r
His retirement to Jiead an im important
portant important steamship company high highlights
lights highlights the steady trek of admi admirals
rals admirals and general;, into big busi business
ness business where they have close liai liaison
son liaison with the military servics
they once commanded. Follow Following
ing Following exposes by S?n. Paul Doug Douglas
las Douglas (111.) and Congressman Alfred
Santangelo (N.Y.), both Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, Congressman Eddie Hebert
of Louisiana will begin an inves
tigation of this close link between
the big brass and big business.
Admiral Will, an efficient offi officer
cer officer has heen quite close to A A-merican
merican A-merican Export Lines in the past,
went to Nw York to attend the
dinner for John Geehan when he
retired asoresidenf has gone to
various social functions wi-th

Mrs. Josen'ne Bev. chairman of

the steamship company.
American Export Lines carries
bout 65 per cent of the U.S. gov government's
ernment's government's military freight to the
Middle East, all of it allocated
through Admiral Will's MSTS.
Wh?n Admiral Will wis asked
about this, he admitted that this
figure was probably correct, but
explained that this was because

American Export Lines was the

chief U.S. comoany serving the
Middle East He added that
MSTS freight aocition are rec

ommended bv thp American Flas

East Coast and Cul' Shipping O O-Dentinns
Dentinns O-Dentinns and MSTS merely ac accepts
cepts accepts its recommendations.
What Congressmen are interest

ed in is the fact that an Ameri American
can American admiral doing business, even
indirectly, with an important
shipping line, should now become

president of that line. Admiral
Will's position, they point, out, is

considerably different from that
of Adm. Roscoe Hillenkoetter who
is president of the American Ban

ner Line. It does no business With
MSTS.
Admiral Will will be drawing
a retired admiral's full pension
from the U.S. taxpayers and at
the same time will be paid hand handsomely
somely handsomely by the private shipping
line which Denefits from U.S. gov government
ernment government shiping, again paid for

by the taxpayers, v

EXI1 JUSTICE
FRANK FURTHER?
Felix Frankfurter, delightful, di

minutive Justice of the Supreme
Court, seems to have it all fig figured
ured figured nut ax to who his successor

...in v. ? Am&amgm&r-

Frankfurter oldest WenTo&f

the court, reached the retirement
agef seven yean ago but is still
chaffing tenaciously to the high highest
est highest bench in tht land, despite a
coronary attack which made him
inactive part of last winter." Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justices can now
retire at full pay at the age ol
78, and Frankfurter is now 77.
As a Halv ard law professor,
Frankfurter placed more young
lawyers in the New Deal than
any other man in the USA. More
recently Frankfurter is b e i n f
called the 'second chief justice
as a result of the long succession
of cases in which he has led tha
court maturity in 5-4 decisions.
Justice Frankfurter has accom accomplished
plished accomplished this by wooing other
members of the court, particu particularly
larly particularly Justice Tom Clark of Tex Texas,
as, Texas, a Truman aopointee, over to
his point of view.
p-
Now, according to Supremo
Court intimates, Justice Frankfur Frankfurter
ter Frankfurter will resign after Henry Friend Friendly,
ly, Friendly, general counsel for Pan Amer American
ican American Airways is confirmed and
f'rm'y ensconced on the U. S,
Court of Appeals in New York.
Members of the Wall Street le legal
gal legal fraternity wondered why
""rieplv accpnfed appointment to
the Court of Apeals in view of
his position in the hierarchy of
Pan AmoHcap Airways. With
vice president, due for retirement
soon nd Juan Trine ready to
step down as president in the
not too distant fuure. FrondlT
woulH he iri a nos'Hnn n take fl flyer
yer flyer r1irction of 'th world's most
experienced airline."
However, it is now learned that
he rec'verl assurances from Jus Justices
tices Justices Frankfurter that after a
hrie' cr(ro rtn 'hp Court of An Anneals
neals Anneals Fnendlv co"M nrobah'v ho
appointed to the Supreme Court.

'WKraiikfuvrher re'son th H.

senhower is makine all his Su Su-nr"me
nr"me Su-nr"me Court anno''nttTiiis 'rmi
,i"d?ls on the court of anneals.
Fi"-ti"-iior Ff'enHly i Tew'h,
and Frankfurter's esignaMofl
WO'iM fall frm.thft innoiritirianl nf
' JeM'ish iunW tfi renlaee him.
Thero'nre wifi nrooer backing,
the Pan Amr'c-i emmcol w)ii1(
succeed Justice Frankfurter in a a-bout
bout a-bout a year.

JUDGES 1IG B;LQW
CHICAGO fUPD-Carol Pfarr,
buhblegun blowing champion for
two vears running af rhe Rack of
the Yards Community Fair, wag
ruled 'nelifdble,: ermnt im,
vMitsGto't now 4 14. and that's too

!'d,vs)iM ,h f air organisation. Wut
baviMTwiS'onsoIatlon prizo

-she'll V'V Judge.

Wo congratulate the people of the U. S. A.
on the occailon of the 183rd anniversary
of their Independence

'lilliiUilil

Somas Parte dc la

lomunidad que bervimos



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TBt PANAMA AMXSICAN r All EfOCTIOTENT DAILY NZWSPAPCt
PACJI THM

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v

i THE ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL was pinned on the uni uniform
form uniform of Col. Thomas H. Barfield, USA, executive officer of J-3,
I the Plans and Operations Division of Caribbean Command, by
Brig. Gen. George F. Schlatter, USAF, Caribbean Command
assistant chief of staff, J-3. Awarded for exceptionally merit merit-(
( merit-( orious service, the medal was presented to Barfield at a cere cere-!
! cere-! mony In the office of the comander in chief at the unified
I eommand headquarters at Quarry Heights. (US Army Photo)

I IK

uftj tri tra After minor 'roles .'mi TV, Hollywood and

Broadway, Steve (Mr. Universe) Ragves stars in an Italian
movie as--you guessed it Hercules.

DAILY
MEDITATION

(Prttntd by ItM Dfrtmn
f Christian EdOn f th
Episcopal Church m tho Mi-,
ionary Dtoc
ma Canal Zona.)
WHAT OF TH' NIGHT
"Watchman, tall "i8ht'
For th. mornin9
Travalar, darknaaa taka, H fli9t.
Doubt and Wrtr. art wit wit-drawn."
drawn." wit-drawn." .
This i life's perenaial ques question.
tion. question. One writer in our chapter
gives the answer many of us are
? ..j 'Thi. twJieht 1

longed for has been 'turned tor

me into tremDung. -m
tho hot oriental

sitslooks forward to nightfall and

the cooKvening oretac.

dusk bringMear. 1 .
darkness may come the Iat
night attack and t)e fall of the ci city.
ty. city. ;

twflifihts

we long for in which desire turns
to dread. Youtij demanding free freedom,
dom, freedom, middle age bereft Of. goal

or ambition, oia age mm
loneliness and physical dUne.
TU. f,,t., ho Vltf OI tWlSt-

in back upon us. What we plan

and hope lor Dnjigs "

pointment ratner man juy.

jsui mere is
It is anticipated by our author,

"Morning come, a"" v"
night. Jf you will inquire, in inquire:
quire: inquire: come back again.' Th

great nymn wmcu
theme from our question gives

the final auswer.

(Prasantad by tha Dapartmarrt
of Christian Education of tha
Episcopal Church in tha Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocasa of ttia Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zona.)
DEPENDENCE DAY
'What do you maan. . you
who ara full of shouting, tumul tumultuous
tuous tumultuous city, axultant town?

-n. ho nast ceneration we

have twice had the experience

WI1K 11 laaion .
a .ftai. Wnr H War 1 and

again at the close 01 wwiu ni

mind the rejoicing in Jerusalem

after the witnarawai 01
rib. In the moment of triumph he

reminds the nation to reium 10
God. Instead they have, spent the
dav in feasting and drinking.
They have no thought for the
future. The reason is that they
had no concern for the past.
They "did not look to him who

did It, or have regara iui
who planned it long ago."

Today Is Independence Iy tut
tu. r'n.llant umimfii US it -IS

the diay when we, recognwe our

dependence on uoa. u is uuuuSi.
God's almighty power that Our li liberties
berties liberties were won and have ben
maintained.

"0 Eternal God, through whose
mighty power our fathers won
their "liberties of old; Grant, we
v0eoo.h thpp that we and all

the people of this land may hsjve
grace to maintain these liberties
in righteousness and Pfac:
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen."

r '" r- i "' tH iw, J 't

3 V

HOLLYWOOD: SUCCESS-AT HOME: REBUFF Indo-

nesia's President Sukarno scores a hit with Joan Crawford

alter ne toucnea aown at Hollywood on bis world tour. Things
at home weren't so Jolly. The Indonesian assembly again re-
jected Sukarno's bid for near-dictatorial powers which he says
he needs to rule the scattered island nation. The assembly haa ;
been warned of a possible army take-over subb as happened in i
Pakistan, Thattaadraod Rurma, . . J

i

Farewell Tribute
Sunday To Honor
SI. Alban's Priest
St Alban's farewell tribute to
the Rer. Allan R. Wentt, depart departing
ing departing Priest-in-charge will be held
on Sunday, at the Paraiso Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium at 3 pm.
Rev. Mainert J. Peterson, dean
of St. Luke's Cathedral will deli deliver
ver deliver the principal address.
Rev. Wentt, member of the E E-piscopal
piscopal E-piscopal clergy in this diocese for
the past three years will leave
Wednesday with his family for
the United States.
After being ordained by the
Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden, bish bishop
op bishop of the Panama Canal Zone dio diocese,
cese, diocese, Rev. Wentt served at St. Al Alban's
ban's Alban's with the now-retired Rev.
A. Osborne.
The parochial organizations at
St. Alban's invite the public to at attend
tend attend the Sunday service.

a shoe, this proposed new telephone design is called the Dfal-
7 . : tj (.,-K!tmiir iwaotM-m this

snromer in a ew w Jersey nomes aoa .w"
r , i 'k.nnU3..Tram9mitteP is at left. .J

.ptaseor mi--iBw .ir.- --

VFW To Present
Bike Race Trophies
The Department of the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars of the
Panama Canal Zone, along with
VFW Posts 3822 and 3835, will
present the first three trophies
to the first three winners of the
"Unitt-d Statse" bicycle classic
that will take piace tomorrow
in the Republic of Panama.
Bicycle riders lroni.the vari various
ous various provinces of the Republic
vill compete.
The laces will get nnderway
at 6 a.ni. with Felipe cazobon,
department of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars public relations
officer of the Panama Canal
Zone, scheduled to give the
start.
The starting point will be
from 26th and 27th streets in
Chorrillo, aidng "A" Avenue, to
Crepo, returning to the Panama
National Stadium within aprox-

imately 4 hours time, where it

will end.
The general public is cordial
ly lnivted.

Jlp.. PRESENTS

Clarmce Wja

varence

Aln 4 Orckedra

Your host Johnny "B" invites all his friends

to join him there over

n

PANAMA

EVERT FRIDAI ft SATURDAY
from 8:18 to 8:45 p.m.

COLON

Qlorious Day
of (July
We wish our clientele and friends in the Canal Zone
our sincere taluta and congratulations

"J" Street "Wo i 11 'and'rrtral Av. No. 52

I ' El Panama Hiltm:tulri
Th t"t"llli"n "Jungle Steak Pit" M.
FLORIANA ALBA
Tempting generous portion KlT'SmI-!
IvTSl 2 thowt at the Bell Vit iteckt
r MSStk :15 nd 11:15 Every night (except Mondays) 1 'Jj'T'Kfc.
ijeS!' CIrenc Martin's Orcheatra Musle by Cristobal Muftoi i jZjt-J
r n'$ aernoon "ne ea Hur'' jtirsNair!
Xd&t7' from noon to S p.m. s'v:::
Select music by Cristobal Mufioi
Only at the Panama Hilton Hotel
willyou find the fine elegance and the real
X'-ji1' Start the feast with tht famous i'vS
from I to 7 p.m. at the South Patio "5!&j!''jl
the CABASA CLUB swimming pool 'SS'rW
.'AlA'SwaiSr .jaMjfc. Music, gliety, dining; and liquors "ffi'!is.

I ng rid, Rosselini
Marriage Remains
In Legal Tangle

ROME, July 3 (UPI)-The new
legal tangle, over the marri'ge of
Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Ros Ros-sellini
sellini Ros-sellini today delayed a decision
on custody of their children at
least "until riextfifall.
Rome Judge Alberto Girgilio
set the next hearing on the custo custody
dy custody case for Oct. 14 to allow stu study
dy study of a court of appeal ruling

that the director and the star are
still man and wife.
The court of appeals yesterday
reversed a year-old annulment of
the Bergman Rossellini marnago
and said thtf'parties' mnst secure
a Swedish court ruling on a legal
point before there can be a re retrial.
trial. retrial. v

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patience during the interruption of electric
services on July 5th, which Is necessary to
make Improvements in my services to you in
th fnllnu-inr area

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Calle 14, 15 and 16, along Calle Domftvro
Diai, Federico Boyd and Avenida Melen Melen-dei
dei Melen-dei to their termination.

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stantly een-stantly working to improve your service. Se
that you are not rreatly inconvenienced, nec necessary
essary necessary interruptions will be held to a minimum.

Your electric servant,
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FRIDAY, JULYI,K5IX
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guests of the American Society.
;The event will be held at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club.

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USOJWB Coff.
Servicemen and their families
are invited to the Sunday morn morning
ing morning get-together at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa.
Coffee and rolls will be served
from 9:30 a.m. to noon.

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' 'W'''.V'W.,"l(, '.-TV
MISS PATRICIA MARIE LABON f-
Mr. and Mrs. Colin H. Lawson of Brazos Heights Announce
the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Marie, to Mr. Carl
A, Pinto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fabian V. Pinto of Colon.
!' Miss Lawson was gil.duated from Cristobal Hirh School
ad Is attending Franklin School of Science and Arts In Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. She is the granddaughter it Mr. and Mrs. Charles
F. Williams of Balboa.
Mr. Pinto, a graduate of Cristobal Huh School and the
ttalTerslty of Pennsylvania, is employed bv Merck, Sharp and
uhome in West Point, Pa.
No date has been sef for the weddins.

Social Events For
Fourth of July Include
U.S. Embassy Reception
The United States Embassy
reftdence m La Cresta will be
the scene of a reception com commemorating
memorating commemorating the anniversary of

Hip indprcrirlei fp of thp States
tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Invitations have been issued by
John Shillock. Jr., charge d'af d'affaires
faires d'affaires ad interim.
Also on the social calendar for

feel dean, fresh ALL DAY"

CON SUPMiAT-7

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feeling
AROUND
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which eliminates the cause of body odor

Meeting
Bonney Lodge
J. Henry Bonney Lodge 319, An Ancient
cient Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
Masons will have a meeting
Saturday svenuig at 7:30 at the
Paraiso Lodge Hall. All members
are urged to attend.
Panama Health Plan
Julv 4th Picnic
Tickets On Sale
Tickets for the annual Fourth
of Julv nienic of the United
enlth and Welfare Scheme of
Panama are row on sale at the
Sugar Bowl, Chorillo and Miss
r.l.ciin, rtnranl Ml IB Este Bis.

' flu i nho n j n t.h secretary.

B-sses will be leaving from
n7.t m. mtrtrt Chnrnllo be-

fcfween 7 ?0 t& 8 o'clock tomorrowi

mornine iot '"El coco" wnenr
innp"tions were made in the
beer saMen there to assure all
a wonderful and accomodating
tim.
All proceeds from this outing
will be use to assist this organi:
zation s welfair Works. Two new
ones recently created were the
hospitalization and medicinal
funds which are on trial basis
and is proving very costly due to
the .arge number of aged mem members
bers members in need oi those treatments.
Fun lovers will be treated to
a dav full of clean recreation.
Aluic for dancing will be sup supplied
plied supplied by the.. Bamboo Calypso
Band for iWeh6f
Other attfae'lOfir' will be sight sightseeing,
seeing, sightseeing, sun-bathing on the large
open and surrounding 1 awn s,
trips to the Chorrera water falls
and other gar.es. Busses will re return
turn return frnn "El Coco" at 5:30 p.m.
Round trip for adults $1.50
while the price for children is
$1.00. Buv your tickets today.
DECKER'tttOMdrtrJ
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Gen.
Carter B. Magruder yesterday
formally took over command of
the U.S. forces In Korea, the
United Nations command and the
U.S. 8th Army from Gen. George
H. Decker. Decker is returning
to Washington to take over as
U.S. Army vice chief of staff.

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UTILITIES INCLUDED? Technician Don Allen pours a cup'
of coffee in the world's smallest efficiency apartment. It's a
capsule built to simulate living conditions on man's first ex extended
tended extended space flight. Designed in Minneapolis, Minn., for the
Air Force School of Aviation Medicine, it will be occupied by
two astronauts for 30 days for mental and physical testing.

AVOID

Cfv nunrn niru

Don't lt your
baby suffer
from damp
diapersifte
every diaper
change, use

MEXANA

HP

FOR FIRST ATOMIC CARRIER Nuclear power for the
world s first atomic aircraft carrier will be generated within
the walls of this ring. It's the top section for one of eight
reactors which will be installed in the USS Enterprise In
the background is : the HdJor-Jt.SThft, two steel alloy forgings,
made by U. S. Steel In Kttsbufghfpa., weigh over 55 tons

CLOVERBLOOM SPICE CAKE

li Cup Clover bloom Butter
1 Cup sugar

I Well beaten ev ill

Z'i Cups sifted cake flour
2 4 Teaspoons baking powder
1 Teaspoon salt

1 Teaspoon cinnamon
V4'5feaspoon nutmeir

Teaspoon allspice

H Teaspoon cloves
A Cup milk

Cream butter, blend in sugar and add eggs. And flour,
Mr sifted .with ingredients, alternately with milk.
Bate' in' 8-irich squariTcake tins in 375 F. oven for
25.30 minutes. Frost with butter icing, maple flavor,
ed. Decorate cake with toasted coconut or chopped
pecans.

15 garden-fresh vegetables

in one superb soup!

All cooked with Campbell care
in hearty beef broth to give you more
nourishment... more delicious flavor.

VEGETABlf

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SOUTH
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North and South vulnerable
North East South West
Fasa Pass 14 2 V
24 3V 44 5V
5 4 Double Redbl. Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead f Q

East did not think much of his

two card raise and when North

bid five spades East decided to

double him and nope for the best.

West .liked the -doable. He was

pretty sure v that his king of
spades would be a trick and

South's redoubled did not dis

turb him. East saw no place to

go and decided to gamble on a
profit against a certain loss.

East won the first trick with

the ace of hearts and noted the
fall of South's kuig. West had bid

two on five hearts with a queen

mgn suit. Obviously he had a

really freakish hand to justify his

Dias even tnougn He was not vul vulnerable.
nerable. vulnerable. Could he be void of

cii'ns. He could be.

East returned a club. West

rutreci and shifted to his fourth
best diamond East's king forced
South's ace and South went into
a long huddle. Where was the

King ot spades East had doubled
but he would have been just as
likely to double without it as
with It. Also West was queen

lupn in me' Ted suits.
After all this cerebration South
decided to D'ay West for the Wina

He laid down his ace, dropped ii

dim maae me nand.

Pass
Pass
Past

Q The bidding has been:
Wth EMt K South Weat

Pass t,jj,y
3 Pass 4 4
5 A Pass 6
5 4 Pass ?

. You, South, hold:
442 VAK854 4J6 4754
What do you do?
A Bid aeven diamonds. Your
partner muit be Interested in
ffrand alum .nil n.

- ce I'll. 1, ClI u
heart luit and ihrM trumix tn

the jMk. look mjfhty good.

TODAY'S QUESTION
Again your partner has opened
two diamonds Thin Um

hold:

4J954 VA8 4QJ194 4QS
What do you. do?
Answer Monday

An American resident of Pana Panama
ma Panama for the past 28 years, Nat
Sharp, has jusn. had his first book
piibiished by ne Vantage Press
in New York City
Engage in ihe export business
here, -narp nns travelled exten extensively
sively extensively throughout the world and
the present result of his abosorD abosorD-ing
ing abosorD-ing introspectun is "Happy Land Landing
ing Landing in Europe."
This new book is not just an another
other another tr-ivel guide, but, rather, a
happily informative compilation
which tu'.ns t.ic spotlight on plac places,
es, places, people topics and events that
have a specia- appeal because of
the-i- grandeui, gaiety or glamour.
No casual observer, the author
sees Europt through most respon responsive
sive responsive sensen. evidences of a natur natural
al natural enthusiastic observation and in inquiring
quiring inquiring muid ot a -traveller rath rather
er rather than a mere voyager.
Sharp leisurtly takes his read readers
ers readers on his own personal magic
carpel lo visu payees and calne calne-drais.
drais. calne-drais. io dine in famous reslua reslua-ran'S.
ran'S. reslua-ran'S. to meet the charming and
courteous Vienesse, to become en en-rapurea
rapurea en-rapurea by me pageantry auu
feverish exciiemenl ot a full

light in Madrid and lo drink beer i

in Munich. Hu book not only
covers tht highlights of travel to
the Continent and the British
Isles, but offets sioe trips to de delightful
lightful delightful oases not well know to
the ordinary traveller. It opens
with an information packed chap chapter
ter chapter on hotels restaurants, nignt
clubs, shops, travel regulations
and manv othti travel tips need needed
ed needed lo olan a trip to Europe.
A graduate of Syracuse (N.Y.)
University Law School, Sharp is
well known in business and so social
cial social circles r Panama, New
York and in Puerto Rico, where
he jved prior to taking up resi residence
dence residence in the Republic.
The earnings from the sale of
"Hippy Landings In Europe"
have been assigned to the Damon
Runyon Memorial Fund for Can Cancer
cer Cancer Research t Sharp's person personal
al personal contribution to his worthy

K':yfii MI?f
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BATTLE GROUP PROMOTION New insignia of rank is pre presented
sented presented to CWO Sidney C. Craig as he Is promoted to the gradt
of CWO-3. Cpl. Ralph A. Jones Jr. pinned on the new ban
shortly before': he. relinquished command of the 1st Battl
Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe. Craig is battle group per personnel
sonnel personnel officer. (Army Photo) f

y tf&ts pi Tim i flTV.. t t.:
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& the scenery at Lake WinnipesaukefcJ
gjiiqA8;y:aILManchester high school senlor.TSj

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m i WK AWU "l3 ololtK-Scn. John F. Kennedy
(D-Mass.) stops to chat with his sister, Patricia, in the Loi
Angeles Press Club. She's married to actor Peter Lawford right

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JiUyirilikMist.'irk.tt.r: u.e MACCI Tao (
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, I : 'XMAA Watch the Lottery Drawing -AND your Ghico Raffle ficfe-
SENIOR' ACfroUNtANT PollcWo SalaW (riirht, standing) is congratulated by Carden S. """f"" IN LQjUUJI I INf
I Shekell, principal of the Panama office of Prioe Waterhouse & Co., after beinr notified that ha ""p I jfgm I sEj
had been promoted to the position of senior ac countant with the firm for which he hag work- JT V. sbJy
ed for two and a half yearvLookint on are Manuel Chonj Gomez, who was promoted tfl !?- 1 1 1 XT A H F V 1 J
'V visor and Panama University Prof. Braulio Vasques. who was the firm's guest at the luncheon. A IVllU"YtAK V J V
1 All-lime Peak -"""ST-n jXs 9
Jan. Jennison Nolan hoping he wUl be able to visit V Vl W r 7
Gnduates From University the-Isthmus during the summer WASHINGTON (UPI) Total Q Q w "" t f Xl VX
, Mrs. Thomas J. Nolan, who months. U. S. factory jobs may never ' 1 T 1 Jr 1 l W l f
was Miss Jane Jennison before ; again reach their pre-recession L I 1 JBT" 5" SiT'TVTr 1 "i DHTS(5rf V O r W
I hef marriage, was graduated dn AIJ ftj.l,- peak because ot technological im- TjQX j t' Vl" tcTT Lf50 11 XV W W V
! ti last-month with a bachelor of li-ycai'OIQ UINS provements during the past year JJ Ftl ZTT JS r- hi it wM Jl a O I
' arts degree in sociology from the or so, a Labor Department spokes- AjjT V- yYL-- FUJ 1 VC O O I
! x rSre0ner?aUMrmaand Mrs Lllf6 TOt FrOITI MOITl. "The wpSRobert ,M. Shaw, sf" TSfe C 7l3 5 51 I Wi r Oyi ft I
ohn E Jennison of Balboa, are said the current pickup in factory 1 "Sh fi y AJT rjf ft 1 Hi I X O X 1 f v I
Beat Her Senseless neSV I hJj crl JL
IsAmSnA I Ann flnonC trial output, which has been hit- HL v I w, 11 4 Sli Ol I r 1
liOminO LUUP UIC!IJ BENNINCTON, Vt. (UPD-Two ting new records in recent HXi V !5S h J7 ft V 7
Annual Tournament S moXVS T1' tunaurecovffry N'T lr ? ) 1
Annual luuiiiniiiciii led her in bab carriage e.whch V ff A 5 Tf tfrr I W I .. I
V t T Li to a field wh. they stripped and ?nt in mid-195 eoiffinues to be IVV U-v I A VX I
" At Paraiso Toniaht wt. wtCJ I 5sJ t
, duction is growing larger. '' S, A ' Hk. '
jl The Caribbean Domino League Donn:l cullir an, 3. was found Shaw liscusd tho situation in O IT SSST '""I
I wiU launch its annual tournament sci(5US and bleeding today report issued by the Labor De- Q ft 1 OV J t J
I this evening ai the Paraiso Gym- after tw0 girls 10 and years partment s Bu.-eau of Labor Sta- U fi" -S,
nasium with nine clubs from the ld reported they nad seen -a tistics. n,,,,, ILI , ML f muk """ f
Pacific Side parti-.ipatmg in a d 'd 4ei h He said "fairly large numbers I If 1 T
48-game schedule. D Roderick J Humphreys ?f ftorv workers laid off dur- ft O ....
3 The opening ceremony will start said thp rifild ,,ad been beaten or mg tee recession have been re- M ft
it t P.m witn an invocation by thrown against eW g.. Po called. ut he said many jobs Q ft i
E. L. FawceU, president of the jjce gaj,j jft jooe, ag if her head (x f ilfn neriflnl I! 0 PI 4t.
Latin American Civic Councils had been slammed a gainst tree. re unfliled- and Prn.aPs ft ft ftflafll ft ; i'lrTN PJIPfl h L
He will be foi'oweaV by a brief Miss Margat..iaiUte'.. at rt' 01 W h I Cft V W ft )
tatement by the league chair- t said th two older girls vrovfd tehnoSogy. a I 1 SU ft Z k
, man, A. Caesar, and guest speak- admitted after questioning they Although the Federal Reserve w I I w C Q aJ
' er will be Prof. A M. .Parch- had be?lm talking with Donna as Board todustrial Production In, II 0 f ft VZ-
ment, a graduate of Xavier Uni- she was sittlng on the stepS of a dex has been hittinp new all-time a- v
versity and a member of the ; Pa- Mair streef stor waitin? for her PeaM- iorv eJLploy.mc.nt O i-v-iHnra
! thls-year's first and second place Miss Ulle quoted the girls as years a?o at the same time. ft, i Li -is I
1 T, SS.'ag.'afir mSSHiSSS- ? .Trip fori- :"J Trip.4or 2 Trip for 2 i
The line-up" for the first Jiession found on the f i d e' w al k and NEW YORK (UPI) Burling- v 1
pits the California teanyagainst wheeled her to a field near their ton Industries inc., announced JSm! CIak!I ft Ia Uiusms Tnk Ia IimIa D III I
1 the Whippers, Hornets Hawks, homes that it has offered to purchase 10 Mldlm. llOllQa 10 ndYalla, IUD3 10 JalllalCd D.Vf .1.
i a Log Ases vs Melbourne, Front Later the girls appeared at the additional shares of Pacific Mills O
Square vs 'Lourdes. The Pioneers, home of Mrs. Alice Harwoodj and capital stock at $50 a share. It . ..
veteran -lub from the Zone and told her they had found a dead already owns approximately 91 rJTr 1 7TJ ft 2T7 TfT? JtI . J7 7TTf 77.
j considered as favorites to win girl lying beneath a tree. Mrs. per cent of Pacific mills out- ZJ.ZLSrXt mtLlmTJ W XJ yri:.mZJ .J 1,
! the championship, will be idle. Harwood calleu police. standing shares. mmiw .. J g?MK!!!! JlJS ot
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TBI rANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAUT KIWSPAPE
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1776 July 4th 1959
"Jbonq lllay 9t Wave"

iteaf u?iaip to United States
citizen in the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and the Canal Zone.

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Between 9th and 10th Bolivar Streets
Opposite the Colon Post Office

Symbols

Independence Day

Lie Deep Within US History

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Independence Day, which ori originated
ginated originated as an (American holiday
when the Declaration of Inde Independence
pendence Independence was adopted on July
4th, 1776, has been enriched o o-ver
ver o-ver the years by a number of
patriotic symbols. Independence
Day ceremonies, speeches, parade
decorations, even firework dis displays
plays displays are almost certain now to
contain references to these sym symbols,
bols, symbols, which reflect various he heroic
roic heroic and patriotic incidents in
American history.
As a means of uniting the colo colonists
nists colonists and inspiring them in their

struggle for independence, ine
Continental Congress resolved with
in a year after the adoption
of the Declaration of Indepen Independence
dence Independence to havt a national flag. On
June 14, 1777 it voted 'that the
flag of the 13 United States be
13 stripes, alternate red and
white; that the Union be 13
stars, white in a blue field, re representing
presenting representing a new constellation."
'We take the stars from heav heaven,"
en," heaven," said George Wa s h i n g t o n.
'the red from our mother coun coun-2try.
2try. coun-2try. separating it by white
ctrinps thus showing that we

have separated from her. and the
white stripes shall go down to
posterity representing liberty."
T.nter with the srowth of the

United States. thP flag was chang changed.
ed. changed. Now it has 50 ctars. one for
each state in the Union, while
the stripes represent the 13 ori original
ginal original states.
A replica of an American bald
eagle, a symbol of independence,
is often perched on the top of the
flag-pole holding the American
flag. The eagle, which may also

appear on othei patriotic deco decorations,
rations, decorations, is derived from the cen central
tral central design of the official seal of
the United States.
The decision to have such a
seal was also made on July 4th,
1776, though the final approval
for the design now in use did
not come until almost six years
later.
The display of the American
flag in Independence Day ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies is usually accompanied by
the singing of the National an anthem,
them, anthem, 'The Star-Spangled Ban Banner."
ner." Banner." This song was written by
Francis Scott Key, a young A A-merican
merican A-merican lawyer who was detain detained
ed detained on a British warship while the
British were trying to capture
Fort McHenry in 1814. At sun sunset,
set, sunset, across the water, he saw the
American flag flying over the

fort.
A furious battle raged during
the night, but in the first faint
light of dawn Key saw the Amer American
ican American flag still flying over the fort.
Inspired by the sight, he wrote
on the back of an old envelope
the words of "The Star-Spangled

Banner." Printed the next day
aj a handbill, the song soon won
nation-wide popularity, though
it was not until 1931 that Con Congress
gress Congress officially named it the na national
tional national anthem.
Meanwhile, a number of other
patriotic symbols now frequentlv
seen on Independence Day came
into popular use The female fi figure
gure figure of Columbia, derived from
the name of Christopher Colum Columbus
bus Columbus and representing the United
States, was stimulated by the pa patriotic
triotic patriotic song, 'Hail, Columbia."

The song was written in 1798
during a tenst period of Amer

ican uistoiy oy osep.i hupkiiion,
a son of one of the signers ot
ine Declaration ot Independence.
The symbol. of 'Uncle Sam" to

represent ine United Stales on

ginated during the War of 1812

irom tne initials "v. a. Arouiio.

1870, American cartoonists be began
gan began to uraw "Uncle Sam" as a
good-natured, smiling man with

wniie wnisKers, aressed in a

red, whne and blue suit, aim

wearing a tall hat.
One of the best known paint

ings in ttie United Slates is "ine

Spirit of '76. Drawn nrst as a

cartoon in 1875 by Arcnibald M
Willard, the courage and deter

minitaion reflected in the picture

quickly captured the popular i
magination.

The three figures in the picture

frequently are depicted by ta

bleaux in Independence Day

parades and on similar occa

sions.
Th Statue of Liberty, a ri

gantic statue on Liberty Island

in New York Harbor, which was
given to the United States by

the people of France, has also

become an American patriotic

symbol. The statue holds in its

right hand the torch of enlight enlightenment.
enment. enlightenment. In its left hand it has
a tablet on which are the words,
"July 4, 1776." Dedicated in
1886, the statue has since be become
come become a symbol of the United
States and its love of liberty.

Finjii$h.Prijqnerj
Nix Escape Chance
To Rescue Buddies
. i
KOYLIO, Finland (UPD-Fif
teen prisoners were trapped in
their cells and burned to death
by a fire which : gutted, a wooden
prison barracks last n i g h t.
Officials believed the fire was
set by a demented prisoner who
died in the blaze.
A 16th convct was missing but
it was not immediately known

whether he was trapped in the

building or took advantage of the
confusion to escape.

Twenty prisoners were treated
for burns and minor injuries but
all were reported in no danger.

Officials c-edited .a p r iso n

guard with averting an even

greater tragedy. There were some

60 prisoners it. We frame one one-story
story one-story structure, used to house
first offenders
Night guard Erkki Rantala
turned in the alarm and then ran
through th llaming corridors.

opening cell doors and helping

prisoners out.

When the heat began overpow

ering. Rmtala raced outside and
pulled a number of prisoners
through the windows.
Prisoners who fled the building

ignored escape cbances to nelp

save fellow Inmates.:

jpf 1776 1959

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ur sincere congratuiaiions to an our
SCmerican Clientele on their

independence Q)aij

CENTRAL AVE. tSg$3

IFE Head To Take
Coffee Production
Course In Costa Rica
Jesus M Cisneros, head of the
Special agricultural credit agency
of the Institute of Economic De Development
velopment Development (IFE) in La Pintada,
left Wednesday, for Costa Rica,
where he will attend the Fourth
Coffee Production Technology
Course which is being held at
the Inter American Institute of
Agricultural Science-ln Turrialba.
The course ends September 20.
Cisneros' training is being made

possible under a program jspon-

sbred ana prepared by the Inter International
national International Cooperation Administra Administration
tion Administration (Point Four) based on the

interest expressed by the Gene

ral Manager of IFE in securing
opportunity for the training
Mr. Cisnero in the over-all field
of coffee production technology,

including variety adapta b i 1 i t y.

nursery practices, fertili z ate i o n,
pruning, diseateTSnd pesf con

trol, harvesting and handling of

the crop.
The knowledge and ab i 1 i t i e s
which Cisnero will acquire w'll
enable him to do a much more ef effective
fective effective iob. By offering technical

assistance to th? coffee grower a
long with credit facilities, his ac

tion will improve materially and
tend to7- develop as a sort of su supervised
pervised supervised coffee loan program,

which is highly desirable.

' 4

U.S. BOUND Closing out a
two-year tour as the 15th Na-

wal District' Sopetations offi

cer, cdr. Albert F. Hotungs Hotungs-worth
worth Hotungs-worth (above) left this week
for San Francisco and duty
on the staff of the 12th Naval
District. He was accompanied
by his wife, Deborah, and son,
Stephen.

LAQUnnounces

1

Congratulates the
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

on Us

183rd ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE.

We Continue to do our part in providing modern
radiotelephone and radiotelegraph
tervice to all the world.

A change in the departure

timr for flights between Panama
and Mexico effective July 1, has
been announced by LACSA.
Manuel de J Grajales, general
manaeer of LACSA in Panama

said the new hour should be of
great i-orvemence to residents of
Panama and the Canal Zone.
The dsnartme time has been
changed from 8:30 to 7:30 a.m.
with the irtenl:on of providing an
earlier arrival time in Mexico.
This flight mskes stops at San
Jose, Co'ta Rica, and San Salva Salvador
dor Salvador before arnving in Mexico at
2:40 p.:n.
In addition, LACSA has added
a dalicot'S hot breakfast to the
many in-flight serviceme which
have always heen the company's
poli y.

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SMART SUE -Susan Bagby,

Jl-year-oia "Miss uau,
Journalism and English major
t Southern Methodist Unlver Unlver-l
l Unlver-l ity in the Texas elty. She's In
j Phi Beta Kappa, top scholastic
" honor oclet)'"

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DREAM YOUR FAT AWAY Mrs. Jane Raulson, a Houston, j
Tex., nurse, winks happily ias scale indicates she's lost 35 1
jjounds. Mrs. Raulson was among 29 nurses who reportedly 1
dropped 600 pounds in a mass hypnotic reducing experiment j
v hich began in January. Nurse Mrs. Carolyn Acord watches.

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t and no air has just been unveiled by Goodyear researchers,, 4
Made entirely of wire, and quite similar to- wire wheels in
' workshops, it is designed for use as a landing wheel for rocket
ships passing through the thermal barrier, such as the upcom
; ing Dynasoar. It will withstand temperatures in the 1,000-2,000

ucf lauge, in nigm ana aunng landings. "Here a worker
AnnlUc kflnt . .i, U H 1-1 i v. , t i ... . ,.

applies heat wijh .a blowtorch that wpltoelt.bbex r,

road-carrying haraetertstlci8lmthirto 'a 1
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The 'wdre-lise las tna,

Jieumatie tire. And Besides, it's blowout proof.

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TH1 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
PA61 HVUNL
Fourth Of July Dear To
Of Americans, Free Men
The Hearts
- t r
Everywhere i

FRIDAY. 'JULY 1959

4

The 'people of the United States
celebrate many holidays during
the course of the year, but the
one that is closest to their hearts
is their Independence Day, which
falls on July 4. For Independence
Day means mttch more than just
commemoration of the day when
their forefathers problaimed their,
freedom from foreign rule. ;
In this observance, Americans
recall their many blessings, their
right to live as free men, their
right to free speech, to peaceful
assemblage, their right to dis dissent,
sent, dissent, and the many other privi privileges
leges privileges enjoyed by people ,in fae
lands.
Americans take most of these
rights for granted, but on this oc
casion they like to recall them.
On this July, 4, as on every In Independence
dependence Independence Day, they will read
again and read to their children
these, memorable words from the
Declaration of Independence which
was adopted in 1776 and marked
the birth of the United States of
America : r-;
".that all men are created
equal,' that they are endowed by
their Creator with certain una unalienable,
lienable, unalienable, rights, that among these
are life, liberty and the pursuit
of happiness. That to secure,
these rights, government are in instituted
stituted instituted among men, deriving
their just powers from the con content
tent content of the governed.
That when any form of govern-

ment becomes destructive of
these ends, it is the right of the
people to alter or abolish it, and
to institute a new, government,
laying its foundation on such Tin Tin-eiples
eiples Tin-eiples and organizing its powers
in such form, as to them uall
seem most' likely to effect their
safety- aid happiness."
On, this day above all others,
the people of the United State
are proud of their heritage and
fell a kinship for all countries
which treasure the liberties they
hold dean
At the same time they feel
sympathy for the people of oiher
lands who have never known
these liberties or have been de deprived
prived deprived of them by dictators.
It was on July 4, 1776, that the
Continental Congress, composed
of delegates from each of the
13 North American colonies,
adopted the historic Declaration
of Independence at Independence

Hall In Philadelphia, Pennsylva Pennsylvania.
nia. Pennsylvania. The principal author of the
document was Thomas Jefferson,
who" later became third President
of the United States
With i the .adoption of ie Dec Declaration,
laration, Declaration, the ties binding the col colonies
onies colonies to Britain were severed As
John Quincy Adams, sixth Presi
dent of the new nation, said some
years later: "From the day of

the .Declaration the people of

North America were no longer
a fragment of a distant empire.
. .They were a nation, asserting
as of right. .its own existence.'
Throughout the United States
on the Fourth of July, the na nation's
tion's nation's flag flies from homes as
well as public buildings. The day
is also celebrated by parades,
pageants, conmemorative speech
es, displays of fireworks, family
outings, athletic contests and oth

er events in communities large

and small.

GLUM Harry Schweitzer is
glum after he received a sus suspended
pended suspended sentence for his finan financial
cial financial operations in New York
City. Schweitzer, 75, amassed
$21,000 to stocks by prudently
Investing his $71-a-month re relief
lief relief payments. He paid back
, the nearly $17,000 he received
I on relief since 1935.

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NEW FRANKIE Shaping: up
as the young generation's an

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Frankie Avalon, 18 -year -old
singer who's with Alan Iiadd'
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THE PANAMA AMERICAS -AM aNUEPDTOENT ,OJlX NEWSPAPER
t HCHT
anny MbDevitt Hurls
mas.
4
7 I I S

dodgers Now Only Half-Game
Behind Loop Leading Braves
I By MILTON RICHMAN
' NEW YORK, July 3 (UPI) Ultra-cautious
Wialt Alston simply refuses to talk pennant M J.lot

ofi his Los Angeles Dodgers are siarung iu u.mn

albng those lines all because oi msn uuauy

Dtvitt.

the mi-

lacked

, 1 mnn aifjht Of

be uoagers uavr

v.,. in oames ana iiuw

.hV behind the first first-ulM
ulM first-ulM Milwaukee Braves
I pitcher on the club has
X a greater contribution in
SJftui JTclimb than McDev.tt
whi has won five straight games
rnlnow bas a totl f eighi vm

..Innmoared to aUu-Josses.

anovitt was sent to

tT i.et vear because he

ooW. McDevif has all but wip-
top toeshold of the Nat.ana
Leicue lead last night when he
blamed the St. Louis Cardinals,
McDvitt gave up 10 hits but
walluperb in the clutch, giving
S E one walk and forcing the
Cads to hit into four double
PX'k-to-back triples by Junior

and Charlie neai

of loser uick

McDevitt witn me

Gilliam

third inning

au, - nodeers

"Jxrj insurance runs in

ffieVnthand toe in thee ighth

th seventh inning

lumped out of

battled umpir.

after the

in

when a fan

the stands and
Bill J'ckowski

arbiter had eecrea

mi mnumr bony n-

.1 Dl.uart on both

rJthed out onto' tht

fiSd other N.L. games Pilts Pilts-Wgh
Wgh Pilts-Wgh scored a 10-uining 4-3 tri tri-Snpn
Snpn tri-Snpn over Milwaukee; Chicago
..?. Con Francisco. 10-4, an

Cincinnati won the nightcap

.i ;Th twin-hill from

lw6'. -- ... , th.

8-4 alter me runs w

sides

playing

of a

Philadel

phia.

opener, 7-6.
Kansas City defeated Cleveland,
m t .nrt th White .Sox missed a

hlr.o tn move, into a tie for

first place in the American
League by dropping a 9-7 dici dici-eion
eion dici-eion to the Tigers. The Orioles
climbed back into the first divi division
sion division by defeating the Yankees, 3

and the senators nanueu mc

their fifth straignt loss,

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 200 official at bats)
National League

l.

Red Sox

c in in innines.

Bick Groat's 10tK inning singleJin

with the bases IWded ott loser,
Don McMahon paced5 the Pirates

thoir victory over tne craves

Milwaukee made Pittsburgh's job

aiir bv committing four erros,

turn of which came in the 10th.

vm Law went the distance for

Mm Pirates, allowing seven hits

anil winding up with his ninth vie
tnik acainst five deafeats.

frnie Banks, Dalt Long and
in Dark all hit homers for the
Cubs against the Giants, who al also
so also remained a half-game behind
th. Braves. Banks' homer, his
22nd of the season, came with
two men on base. Reliever Don
Elston held the Giants hitless o o-ver
ver o-ver the last 3 1-3 innings to pre preserve
serve preserve Glen Hobbie's ninth victo victory
ry victory Rookie Eddie Fisher was the
loser.
Jl grand-slam homer bv Gene
Freese and Dick Farrell's fine
relief pitching helped the Phils
to their opening game victory o-

run tnira inning aim caum.

came in to snuii out a lour-run
Cincinnati rany in the eightn.
Don caraweu, who strucK oui
12, was creuued wuh ms-seconu
victory.

Dig Don Newcombe registered
his eighth straignt triumph and
ninth or tne seo.o.i with a six six-hitter
hitter six-hitter in th nightcap. New New-combt
combt New-combt also contributed 'a hom homer
er homer as Ruben (romez suffered
his sixth Joss against only on
victory. Se
Four errors, iw'o of them by los loser
er loser Gary Bell, played a big part
in Kansas Qly s victory o v e r
Cleveland. Joe Oemaestri hit a
two-run homir tu put the A's a a-head
head a-head S-l in the lourtli. Bill Tuttle
then arove in another run with a
triple in the filtn and scored him him-seli
seli him-seli on Jim Baxes' error. Ray
Herbert gained his fifth victory.
Woodie Held homered for Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Charley Maxwell's grand-slam
homer off reliever Turk Lown
in the eighth inning gave the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers their margin of victory over
the second'Placehite Sox.
Maxwell's -181. -homer put De Detroit
troit Detroit ahea&j-fcHd the Tigers
needed that bulge when Al iiaiih
hit a homer with the bases full
for the White Sox in the ninth.
Neil Chrisley of Detroit also hom homered
ered homered with one, on. Don Mossi post posted
ed posted his sevefltn victory and Bob
Shaw was charged with his third
setback.
Rookie Jerry Walker of the
Orioles struck out 10 Yankees
and held them to six hits in
wnning his sixth game. The on on-ly
ly on-ly run he allowed was Hector
Lopez' 13th homer in the fifth
inning.
Bob Nieman hit his ninth hom homer
er homer with one on in the first inning
to give BalfinVrefc lead it never
lost. DoJWrlen, Vvtib had beat beaten
en beaten the Orioles 11 straight times
since Sepl. 5, 1955, suffered his
third loss against six wins even
though yielding onlv five hits.
The Senators rolled to their
fourth straight victory when Jim
Lemon's 19th homer with two on

tho 10th innino sunk thp. Red

Sox. Ldteft hit hjhtbftfi(3L
liever LeonKfely'rTe Tosef. B8dT

Allison hit his 21st homer for
Washington while Jackie Jensen
be'ted his 17th for Boston and
Marty Keough his fifth.

The victory went to reliever

Dick Hyde, who was returned to
the Senators by the Red Sox
two wee a6d.in a cancelled

a sore arm.

Aaron, Mil
White, St. L
Gilliam, LA
Cepeda, SF
C'ng'h'm. St. L
Logan, Mil
Temple. Cinci
Robinson. Cinci
Stuart, Pitts
Boyer, St. L
Burgess, Pitts

6 AB R H Pet.
74 302 55 114 .377
69 244 43 87 .357
68 241 51 84, .349
76 305 53 104 .341
66 203 27 68 .335
66 223 27 84 .'Ci
76 305 51 99 3!5
75 278 56 90 .l
61 202 37 64 .317
71 263 44 82 .312
62 215 23 67 .312

American League

Kuenn, Det
Runnels, Bos
Kaline, Det
Fox, Chi
Woodling, Bait
Mantle, NY
Bridges, Det
Skowron, NY
Power, Cleve
Minoso, Cleve

G AB R
69 275 48
71 279 44
67 262 44
74 301 41
69 220 29
67 256 52
76 271 26
65 254 32
72 285 58
72 271 41

H Pet.
96 353

.348
.344
.329
.318
.305

81 .299
75 29r
83 .292
79 .292

Runs Batted Tn
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
Demeter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Lemon, Senators
jSkowron. Yankees
'Jensen, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers

75
70
68
62
55
55
55

64
55
54
54
54

Home Runs

trade fitcause

CFN-TV Sports Show
With Name Golfers
t 1 n ii), Tomorrow

CFN-TV has scheduled a spe special
cial special snorts show for 3 p.m. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. July 4. The program will
feature the National Open Golf
Championships, played at the
Winged Fop). Gold riib, Mama Mama-roneck,
roneck, Mama-roneck, N. Y.'. June m."
Such big name golfers as Sam
Snead. Ben Hogan. B'l'v Casner.

Ter the Reds. Freese connected Doug Ford and ArnoM Palmer
off; loser Jim Brosnan in a five-are among those participating.

TODAY

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter. Dodgers
Boyer, Cards
Stuart, Pirates
Cepeda, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators .
Lemon. Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Maxwell, Tigers

2S
23
21
19
18
18
18

LEADING
t tiJCftE&SL

(Based on 8 or more decisions)

iuiWfiBnnmwwwiiMBr- inmimmMwwwif ... i

ERNEST1TO HONORS LOPEZ Starring Panamanian infielder Hector 'Eopez of the World Cham Champion
pion Champion New York Yankees will be honored tomorruw at Yankee Stadium during the doubleheader be between
tween between the Washington Senators and the Yanks. Lopez, through an Executive ruling, will be given
Panama's Sports Medal of Merit by local sportsman Carlos Eleta and Panamanian sportscaster
Tomas Alberto Cupas, who will serve as President Ernesto de la Guardia's emissaries. De la
Guardia was host to relatives of the ballplayer, sp ortswriters and others at the Presidency Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday when he formally turned over the medal to Eleta and Cupas. Shown in the picture (left to right)
are some of the persons who attended the Presidencia ceremony; Gerifge W. Westerman United
Nations delegate- Mrs. Ada Forbes,. Lopez' grandmother; Sylvester Forbes, the ballplayer s uncle;
the President and Mrs. Joyce Reid, Lopez' sister. Elefa and Cupa.r will also present a similar me medal
dal medal sent by the President, to Manuel Ycaza, Pana manian jockey who is a top riding star m the U.S.

lt V '-'

National League

TEAMS

Milwaukee

San Francisco

Lot Angeles
Pittsburgh
Chicago

St. Louis

Cincinnati
Philadelphia

W

42
43
;.,44
;4o
34
28

Pet. b

.S5
.557 V
.513 4
.507 4Vi
.467 m
-447 9
.378 14

Sfengel Adds Ted
To Al. All-Star

Williams
Reserves

Today's Games
Los Angeles at 1 St. Louis.
San Francisco at Chicago
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, (JM )
Yesterday's itcsuRs
San Francisco 000 OMOutf-i- 6' 2
Chicago 102.223 OOx-loU 0
Fisher (1-2), Muffett, G. Jones.
Sanford and Hegan, Landrith.
Hobble (9-6), Elston, snd. Tay-
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 001 000 020 03 7 4
Pittsburgh 030 000 000 14 7 0
Spahn, McMahon (2-1) and Cran-

aau.
Law (9-5) and Burgess, Foites
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 001 000 2104 tl 0
St. Louis 000 000 000-0 10 1
McMcDevitt (8-6) and Roseboro.
Ricketts (l-4)iBlaylock, Jeff-

coai ana h. ismirh.

Twiliaht Gam)

Cincinnati 000 ?00 040 8 2
Philadelphia 105 010 OOx 7 10 0

Brosnan (3-4). Arrovo. SrhmiHt

Acker, Pefia an'd'botterer, Bai-

Cardwell (2-5). SemDroeh H

Robinson, Farrell and Thomas

American Leaene

TEAMS

Cleveland

Chicago
Detroit
Baltimore
New York

Washington
Kansas City
Boston

W L 'Pet. Ci

40 32 ,556

40
40
3.
38
35
32
31

34
34-
34
24
39
40"
42

,541

,52
.520
J14
.47$
;444
.425

Todlays Games

t

4 'L'T-

hicago at Detroit

X.

Chicago

Cleveland at Kansas mtv'

Washington at New York (N)
Boston at Baltimore (K)

.Yesterday's Results
Boston 100 000 020 9 9
Washington r 001 000 020 9

SulUvan Kiely (2-2) and Daley.
Fischer, Clevenger, Stobss, Hyde
(1-1) and Courtney,' Porter.

NATIONAL
Face, Pirates
Mizell, Cards
Antonelli, Giants

Newcombe, Reds.,:

Podres, Dodgei

LEAGUE
W L
12 0
9 3
11 4
9 4

Pet.
1.000
.730
.733
.692
.667

By BOB SALMON
BOSTON (UPI) Manager Casey
Stengel, who plays strictly to win
and damn the sentiment, named
Ted Williams to the American
League All-Star team today while
announcing the reserves and pitch pitchers
ers pitchers for the 1959 classic at Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Tuesday.
"Who would you pick for a pmch
hitter if you looked down the
bench and tod 'Williams availa available?"
ble?" available?" Mendel asked with disarm disarming
ing disarming logic.
"I'll take the big bat," he an answered
swered answered for himself. "Whether for
the base hit, long fly or base on

balls. You couldn't find any Det Det-ter
ter Det-ter around the league."
The selections were announced

itie trough iei, Cspnin, presi-

4dm Vt AW AB!erieaeague.

The 40-year-old Williams, wno
drew only 10 voles from the league
players, managers and coaches,
has appeared in 14 previous All All-Star
Star All-Star games. He failed to make the
team only in 1939, as a rookie
with the Boston Red Sox, and in
1944, 1945, 1952, and 1953, when he

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Stengel named four righthand righthanders
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GolfShow Will Not
Appear Next Thursday
On C.F.N.-television

The "golf show" will not ap appear
pear appear on CFN Television Thursday
evening, July 9 due to difficul difficulties
ties difficulties in preparing an shipping film
from Los Angeles the network
announced. A number of other re regular
gular regular programs will be missing
temporarily from the schedule for
he week of July 5-11, but it is
expected that they will agalnP'
pear in weeks following. Ship Shipment
ment Shipment of regular program units to
CFN has been resumed.
Wrestling from Hollywood wil
replace the Wednesday Night
Fights on July 8 only and Lucky

i,arger ayu -- v

turday win nave
m on QPPmCntB

Temporal j t uii
,bon (or nomyer
dren' progr.mi it : P m
Monday through Friday.

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Cincinnati 013 001 201 n

Philadelphia 100 00f 200-4 8

A good many repeat films ap appear
pear appear in the scnedule for next
week. The were taken Irom the
vaults of Armed Forces radio
and Television Service to fill out
the week's unit when it was fund
that new films could not be pre prepared
pared prepared in time for shipment.
Substitutions lor regular pro programs
grams programs are as follows:
Sunday 9:00 Colonel March of
Scotland Yard Ed Sullivan; 9:30
Willy Ed Sullivan; 10:30 Voice of
Firestone Adventure Tomorrow;
(Repeat).
Monday 4:30 Kids Klub Buc Buccaneers
caneers Buccaneers (Repeat).
Tuesday 5:00 Robin Hood Mbvie:
Arizona Days (starts at 4:30);
7:00 Arthur Godfrey Buccaneers
7:00 Jimmy Rpdgers Dangerous
Assignment 8:30 Decoy Phil Sil Silvers
vers Silvers (repeat). j 't
Wednesday 4:30 Captain Kan Kangaroo
garoo Kangaroo Buccaneers (repeat); 5:00
Captain Kangaroo Hopalong Cas Cas-sidy;
sidy; Cas-sidy; 10:00 Wednesday Night
Fights Wrestling from Hollywood.
Thursday 7:00 Golf Show Buct
caneers (.repeat); 7 30 Golf Show
Dangerous Assignment (repeat).'
Friday 8:30 Ellery Queen Coun Country
try Country America (repeat); 4:30 Kidg
Klub Highway to Mexico; 5f00
Sky King .Buccaneej (repeat);
7:00 Steve Canyon ParoiB (re (repeat);
peat); (repeat); 9:00 Person to Person Bob
Cummings (repeat); 9:30 Person
to Person Wrestling (repeat; 10:00
Wrestling Wrestling (repeat)".
Saturdny 3:00 Juke- Box Jury
Harvest; 3:30 Juke Box Jwrv
Just for Fun '(reneat) 4:00 fowl fowling
ing fowling Derby Bowling Derby rfc."
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China SatilrV Art Ford Jaz'Pr4

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ny Funny Art Ford Jazz Party (repeat;
10:30 The Millionaire Hit Parade.
Several other progrmai also Ire
repeat films, due to necessity!
Sunday Sacred Heart, 8 p.m.?
Men of Annapolis, 7 p.m.; Mon Monday
day Monday Roy Rogers, 5 p.m.. club
; Checkerboard, 8 n.m.,- and At
i thur Murray. 10:80 p.m.) Tue
day Wl Silvers. 8:30 p.rn.; S
turdsr -4, Dentils Day. 7 p.m. and
-I'v Got Secret, 7:80 p.m.

C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
A radio broadcast of the All All-Star
Star All-Star Game highlights the Carib
bean Forces Network sports pro

grams for the coming week: The

complete schedule includes the
following.
. .RADIO
T?a'Mf,cMy",Jfnr4'v Cleveland vs
Detroit, li30 p.m.
Sunday; July 5 Cleveland vs
Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Monday," July 6 No game.
Tuesday, July 7 All-Star
Game with Red Barber and Phil

Rizzuto calling the plays, 11:45

P.m.
(Nd gimis '6h Wednesday and

ThWlfday)";5"'

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Friday, July 3 Wrestling, 10
p.m.
Saturday, July 4 Jalopy Races,
2 p.m. National Open Golf Cham Championship,
pionship, Championship, 2:55 p.m., featuring
match played at Winged Club
Mamaroneck, N. Y. Sports Time,
5 p.m., with billiard demonstration
by Clarence Anderson, Universi University
ty University of Kansas Relays, water polo,
baseball, horse racing and boxing
Sunday, July 5 Baseball, Dodg
ers vs Pirates (game of June 14)
3 p. pi.' :r' rt t ,t'
Wednesday, 'July 8 Wrestling
froin HoJlywqpjct..lO p.m., with
Frenchie Roy of Canada vs. Dr.
Lee Grable and Sockeye Jack
McDonald vs Rico Romero.

Diablo Tumblers
Vie For Prizes
On Surprise Day

The Tumbling Tumbleweeds of
the Diablo Tumbling Association

held Its third Surprise Day Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. The embryo gym gym-masts
masts gym-masts were tested on both indi individual
vidual individual "and ..group stunts.
The winners, Gail Albritton and

Francme Gale, piled up points
in the Georgia Chain Gang, the
Dead Man Head Stand and the
Steam Boat Rac!. In addition to
the tie for first place laurels.

there was also a deadlock for sec

orld place with Elaine Gale and

Mable Eberen wh6 were out

standing to there rendition of

the Wagon Wheels, the Barking

Dogs and the Hand Springs.
Francis Dienam. Patsy Albritton

and Jennie Blaney were awarded

prizes for their excellent perfor

maneMn the Egyptian Pyramid.

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Bell (6-8), Cicotte, G.a'rci a,
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Robinson? Phillips and Thomas.

PAF Basketball Season
Gets Underway Monday

With the defending champion
Albrook Flyers pitted against the
Kobbe Regulars at Albrook, and
the Navy five at home against the
Army Atlantic Falcons, the 1959
Panama Armed Forces Basketball

season gets underway this Mon

day night at
All games

p.m., ana are to be played on

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday of each week. As last
year, there are six teams entered
playing a 20-game schedule. Each
team is carrying a 12-man squad
including ich and manager.
AH teams will -see .action by
next Thursday .a rthe A m a d of

Troopers open at home against

Fort Clayton, and Fort Kobbe will
be at home against the Navy on

Tuesday. On Thursday, Fort

Clayton, and Fort Kobe will be
at home against the Navy on
Tuesday. On Thursday, Fort
Clayton will play the Flyers from

Albrook at home, and Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic will be on their home court

against Fort Amador,-, (u ...
At this writing tentative line lineups
ups lineups were not available but coach coaches
es coaches of the individual six temas
have their first fives in mind. All

five positions ar not definite but

at least three are filled on most
ClubS. J.luill ':
Among those itne Albrook; fly flyers
ers flyers have to defend the PAF title
they won last year with Emmett
Bryant averaging 40.1 points per
game, is Gerry Patrie, who lso
played a fine outfield for the
Flyers during the. ,,ba.sebaH season.
He wil' probablvV-be. aMOrward a a-long
long a-long with Lloyd Hopwood. Big
(6'4") Lonnie Stephenson will
carry the Flyer hopes at center.
Bryant, of cours, is not back
flashing that fabulous number 24
around the courts any more.

Hopwood and Patrie were,
chosen on last year's PAF All All-Starsecond
Starsecond All-Starsecond team and Stephenson
reoeived honorable mention. Pa.
trie played very well ip the Com Company
pany Company Level Tournament at Fort at
Fort. KVifiHo iAonltr (

Kroeger and Kick Kyllo plus a
little of Stan Christian to keep
the Cavaliers near the top for a
while, until Kyllo returns to the
States, at least. The Amador
Troopers have Dick Burba eh;
Ray Crawford and David Fritza
to keep hopes high for Fort A A-mador.
mador. A-mador. Crawford' is the lone All-Star
first team muber returning to
play this year. The jump shot ar
tists was chosen as one of the
outstanding players in the Com
pany Level Tournament at Fort
Kobe.
Army Atlantic has som fine
talent from the 549th MP's and
JWTC for their bid to piove up
this yeas .First lieutenant Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Ramirez, coach of the Fal Falcons
cons Falcons for the second year, saya"
that they wM have a better sea season
son season than last year. The Falcons
won six while losing 14 last year.
Lieutenant Ramirez has been
coaching' basketball -non fin ser-'
vice teams for five years, in both
Panama and Germany.-
The Navy five will be, composed
mostly of Atlantic sideis.Tb
Navy Atlantic squad in the Kobe
Tournament played very well and
many .players twill bje, drawn fronr
this, team to' form theT Navyf
squad. Fort Kobe will Je-"mold-ing
their team at thebeginninf
of the sason and will play bet'e.r
as the season progresses. The
team has no returnees from las
year.

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JiifV Swim Meef 4 Gamboa Pool Tomorrotf

TBI rANAMA AMEKICAX AM fNDCFENDENT DAILY NEWSPAFtB

EmbWfhOf

Pool Closet 1:05

. iil c.:..Al A ai furu 1400.00

,,t RACI OF THE DOUSLE.

1 Greco No Boy;
2 Thunderstreak, A. Lorless
8 Lanexo B. Baeza
4 Damajuaoa ,'. F. Alvarez
5 Ucenciado F. Hidalgo
Jaco M, Valenzuela
7 Tuti Frutl H. Gustinea
SRutUante: F. Justinlani
ft Cordial G. Montero
10 The Gipsy J. Phillips
11 Gran C. J. Samamego
12 (Teloreo M. 'Chalmers
1 fTntrnHiirtinn J. Waint

14 (Caropagnard C. Quiros.

no Could score "at pnce
't09y;4-Nothinf rently
112 "Jockey may help
112 Hard to beat here
120 Prefers more distance
HI Bad trajier' in classic
110 rWiD fight it, out
lOljc Could hang on here
HOT: Ran well in Ust
118 Returns from layoff
110 Doesn't seem likely
HOx Ran well i last
119 Nothina' to indicate

108x Hopeless case

10-1
8-1
8-1
5 2
8-1
10-1
3-1
5- 1
6- 1
41
15-1
25-1
25-1
25-1

2nd Rate 7th Series Imp. 1 f0 f0-2nd
2nd f0-2nd RACE OF
1-Pangaf A. 'feeyei if
2- HermeUna J. imo Itt.
8 Recife J. Phillips, 105
4 Serres Road J. Waint tl2x
5 Dona Flora R. Cruz 11 Ox
-Beat A. Alfaro m
7 Sonico M. Valenzuela. 115
8 Otorongo B. Baeza 112
9 Rhea Calls H. Hidalgo lOlx

Purse 1450.0 Poe! Closet 1:30
THI DOUBLE

Must go lower
In fight to finish
Good early speed
Rider handicaps
Usually close up
Bad legs hamper
Reportedly improved
Horse to beat here
Would surprise

15-1
5-2
10-1
5- 1
6- 1
4-1
2-1
15-1

3rd Race "E"
lFolletito
2 Linda Suiy
3 Tanara
4 El Pequefio
5 Tanganica

Natives 7 Pgt.Purte $375.00

F Sanchez :0f.x Nothing to indicate
H' Gustines 108 -Weak etfort in last
B Baeza 115 Form indicates
O. Madrid llOx Not good enough
J. Talavera i47 Enjoying rare form

Pool Coses 2:00

8-1
2-1
EVEN
25-1
8-5

4th Race h Series Imp. f" 4000

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Sunfair
2 Corvlglla
S Indian Call
4- -Donito
5 Cleron
8 Second B.
T Towns Wall
g Mettfierro
9 (Zumar
10 (Pepin- r

J. Phillips

R. Cruz
B. Aguirre
H. Hidalgo
A. Alfaro
H. Justiniani
S. Carvajal
J. Ulloa

B. Baeza
; J. Talavera,

11a RaH trailer recently 50-1

U5x Rates good chance here 3-1
118 -Could get up here 5-1
lOfcc -Quarter horse 30-1
118 Would pay juicy odds 10-1
107x Good early speed 8-1
115 Could score here 4-1
118 Reportedly improved 5-2

113 -MutueU favorite t
114, -Rates ,chancer,tOv 2-1

5th Race

1 Meltizo
2 Ciria
3 Tingat
4 Apache
5 Chito
8 Bosilongo

A-B" Natives 8 Fgs. Purse $500.00

F Sanchez 103x Must improve plenty
B Baeza 120 Could hang on here
R. Cruz HO Must go lower
H. Gustines 113 Seems sure thing
v f.atnin ma rmilri V. runneruo

jA Phlllipa419, -Distance handicaps

Pool Closes 3:00

15-1
3- 1
25-1
1-2
4- 1
10-1

eth R.. m Sor... imp. 4 Fgurt. iMgM Poo. C.o.4, 3:3$

1 Ionia s Pet
2 La Brisa
J Germanio
4 Vespucio
5 Artie P.
6 (Zapatqn

A Gonzales 1061 Quits badly in stretch
B. Baeza 110 Gets stiff test here
F. Justinia. l"3x Good recent races
H. Gustines 105 Seems best here
G. yasquez 110 Returns from layoff

15-1
3- 1
4- 1
3-2
5- 1

5-2

5-2

m Ra. th Series Imp. 4 F,, Pur.. gJO.00 Pool Cose. 4:05

1 Coltro
2 Kadir
$ Cervecero
4 Lobo
5 Embassy
8 Blancor
T Evening Star
i-(Hi Majesty
(Buealemito

H. Mora 110
G. Milord 110
F. Alvarez 105
G. Vasquez 106
B. Aguirre 110
B. Baeza 115
M. Valenz. 108
J. Ulloa 110
J. Phillips 108

Always dangerous 5-1
Will score soon 10-1
Distance to liking 3-1
..Could score here 4-1
Rater Sood chance 5-1

Mutuels favorite 3-2

Could surprise here 10-1
Last doesn't count 5-2

Rates chance too 5-2

fttfc Race 8th $rlos Imp. Fgt. Porte $400.0
QUINIELA

Pool Closet 4:40

1 Now Then J. Phillips 110
2 Dagon Jose Rodriguez 1W"
S Roiria 1 G. Milord lofr
4 Cindertrack F. Sanchez 105x
5 Double Dee B. Baeza 115
8 Mar Bravo A. Reyes R. 105
-Black Jet H. Pitty 109x
8 Chiusa B. Aguirre 108
8 El Aghella 'Cv Ruiz a 15
10 (Victoria R. J. Cadogan 108
11 (Matriculado J. Saman. 110
18 Empire C. A. Alfaro 118
-PtiJolito) G. Vasquez 10

Impressive" win last 4-1
Improved in ltt 15-1
Good arly speed 101-1
Could go all the way 15-1
Reportedly ready' 3-2
Would pay off here 25-1
Ran well in last 5-1
Longshot specialist1 10-1
Distance to liking 8-1
Doesn't seem likely 10-1
Rates outside chance 10-1
Depends on start 4-1

Usually clog up 4-1

th Race Imp. Open 10 M.
Purs $3000. Pool Clones 5.1$

US Independence Day Clattic
ONE TWO

1 Buen Mozo II
t Constantino
8 Mi Deseo
4 Bob
5 Vergnieux
El Tunchi

Gustines 124 Better this time
H. Mora 126 --Has strongest finish
B. Baeza XH Weights handicap
J. Ulloa 120 Form indicates
H. Hidalgo 103 Has good workouts
F. Alvarei 10E Doesn't seem likely

52
3-1
2-1
8-5
15-1
10-1

10th Race "Special" Imp. 4 Fgt.Purte $450.00 Pool Clotet 5:40

1 Ranchipur H. Hidalgo
2 Starvro H. Hidalgo

8 Arancel F. Alvarez
4 Azabache H. Gustinea
5 Lunatico- B. Baeza
8 Gai Lusar J. Phillips

lOlx Rail-bearing hampers
115 -Reportedly fractious

no ju-vastly Improved
lift 4-Form Indicates
112 -Could- score in debut
105 f.B$ttjthi ..week,.

11th Race 4th Serlot mp. 4
1 Aldar H. Hidalgo
2 Gouvernant J: Talavera
3 Carcaman - H, Gustinea
4 Nedrey Jose Rodriguez
5 Escardillo M. ValenzUe.
8-Skoll J. Ulloa
7 Farallon B. Baeza
8 (Mouche H. Mora
9 (Crewi Hill G. Montero

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

4

2. f u

pool Closes.

Fgt Purto 1450.00

105x -Gooi- early "ipe'ed 15-1
113xt.Returtt lrom layoff 15-1
108. S-Usually dlsapppfatl 4-1
110 i-Lacka early speed ,: 25-1
108 Could surprise sf.'; 10-1
113 -Har4 to beat her ,, l
113 MutueM favorite? ? EVEN
112x Rates good, chince M
118 -Rrtiiaea 4t 'start, 3-1

830 oL5n

Numerous

List; No Relays
Or Medley Races

The Gamboa Pool will ben the
aite of the annual Elk's Fourth
of July Swimming Meet.
Activities will get underway at
nine o'clock tomorrow morale
with the opening event being ihe
twenty five yard breast stroke
for girls ten and under. The final
race of the day will find the la ladies
dies ladies competing In the fifty ywd
free styte battle.
For 1 nerinri nt annrnvimalelv

two hours between thete twn

sprints children and adulti w.il

vie lor iropmeg and medals in
the back stroke, the butterfly,
breast and free-style racei.
Thlt year's moot- will be
"do It yowraolf affair bt that
Ifcore will bo no r v or mod.

ley events and each participant
mutt sink or. swim entirely in
accordance with hit or nor own
aquatic ability.
Meet director r.hrlf rnnnnr

has announced that entry tornn
have been nnnrinr in mot

headquarters in Gamboa and hag

maae pians to nandle a large
crowd of participants and apec apec-tators.
tators. apec-tators. The annual meet is ip.n ip.n-sored
sored ip.n-sored by the Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks, Lodge 1414
Balboa, C.Z.. as a part of its ex extensive
tensive extensive youth activities program

Racetrack Tips

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2 Otorongo
3 Tanara
4 Zumar (e)
5 Apache
4 Vesouelo
7 Double Ooo
Ml Dtoo
10 Lunatlce
11- Parallen

Tutl Frutl
Hormolina
Tanganlca
Corvlglla
Chito
La Brita
'riiolito (a)
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Asabache
Carcaman

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CAGE CHAMPIONSHIP HOPEFULS The Rainbow City Mentolados club of the Colon Girls Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball League are early favorites to cop the 1959 title despite its 35-29 loss in the season's opener to
Deportivo Iris. In the picture, loop president Luis (Sonny) Celis wishes team captain Pearl Griffith
luck prior to the beginning of the opening game. Looking on are team representative Josh Evering
(extreme left) and team publicity agent Herb Moisr (extreme nghu. The three-team league is com completed
pleted completed by a San Bias Indian quintst. Games are played every Monday and Thursday at the Colon Are Arena
na Arena beginning at 7:45 p.m.

Track's Best In Tomorrow's
$3000 July Fourth Classic

The President Remon Race Racetrack's
track's Racetrack's best routers, with the
exception of track champion Qui Qui-dico,
dico, Qui-dico, will match strides tomor
row afternoon ic the annual $3, $3,-000
000 $3,-000 U.S. Independence Day Clas-

J1C.

An even half dozen South A
merican thoroughbres will battle
it out for top honors in the one
mile and one quarter feature.
Bob, a ridiculously easy 18 18-length
length 18-length winner in the fast time of
1:39 for a mile in his last start,
shapes up as the propspective
mutuels favorite. He will have

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

the expert guidance of strong strong-armed
armed strong-armed Jose Ulloa.
Mi Deseo, alsn an easy winner
his previous time out, is expect
ed to be the second choice. How However,
ever, However, Mi Deseo's top impost of
128 pounds will not help his
chances any. He will however,
get the best possible ride from
leading jockey Braulio Baeza.
Constantino, which has been
burning up the track in his work workouts
outs workouts during the last two weeks.
i sure to be heavily backed also
and could go o- the second fa
vorite. Veteran Hernani Mora
will try for his first classic vie
tory uv his comeback aboard Con Constantino.
stantino. Constantino. Buen Mozo II, again flashing

the form he displayed when he
finished second to Quidico in the
$15,000 added President of the
Republic Classic two months ago,
could bp a hard nut to crack this
time. Heliodoro Gustines will do
the booting.
Vergniatix and El Tunchi arp
the outsiders in the race. They
will bp ridden by Ilomero Hidal Hidalgo
go Hidalgo and Fernando Alvarez, respec respectively.
tively. respectively. Vergniaux will tote a
feathery 103 pounds whilP Fl
Tunchi will carry 108. Because
of the handicap, both outsiriprs
are rated a better than fair
chance.
Ten othor prospective thrillers
arp included on an attractive pro program.
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A pair of imported three-year-old
colts, Stavro and Lunalico,
are the only newcomers schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to break into the local racing

picture this week. Both are en

tered for tomorrow' tenth raco

which ia exclusively for tmee-year-old
maidens.
Stavro, a brown coated Eng

lish-bred son of Nearco-Rmgtime,

is the property ,w W 5tuj Clnn
qui and is being trained by Sote

ro Rudas. This somewhat frac

tious youngster will be ridden by

Fortunato Hidalgo Jr.

Lunatico, a black offspring of
. 1 J tirL'i. T 1

,tenaara-wnue uariey, is owneu

by the Stud El Griego and tram

ed by Eric GittenJ. This Argen-

une-bred colt will be ridden by

leading lockey Braulio Baeza and

nas some fair workouts to his

credit.

0O0
Campagnard haa changed own ownership
ership ownership for the third contocutivo
week. Hit latatt ownor-tratrer
It Wilfrodo Campbell. Latt
wook ho raced under the colors
of Jamot Sltvera, who wat list list-od
od list-od at his owner and trainer.
The previous week ho had
sported the colors of Mrs. De Delia
lia Delia Acovodo.
Daniel Cinialio will race Sonico

under the colors of his Stud Cua-

tro Ases. .Ne.drey returns to the

races this weekened and will

sport the Stub Blue and White's

colors. Oscar Ghitis does the

training.

Porro is now owned bv Mn

Viola Redhead de Silvers. Hit

Majesty now Under the truidinf

hand of Jose Reyes Olguln, will
race in an entry with Buealemito

m aunaay s seventn race.

fustacio (Tachito) Garcia H

Parades has returned Marie

Chantal to the track mini cement

but will continue to train the dia-

ppolrttlng filly. .Albieense. for-

merly trained by Antonio Eskild-

sen, is under the training of own

er Antonio Torchia from this

week.

Chacotero and Meteor Ladv will

race without blinkers in the future.

Here are th rpnrHa nt (i

scheduled starters in tomorrow's
43,000 added United States Inde Independence
pendence Independence Day Classic:

cji luneni, nine starts, lour
wins, four nlacea. one mil nt thm

money and $2,580 in earnings.

mi ucko, tout Ktm, one wn,
two. places, once out of the mon

ey, ana u,9Z3 earned.
Buen Mozo Tt. three it aria nnr

win, once plact, once out of the
mnnv 1.1 1?1 aarnail

once lourtn, earned 2,e20.

Lonstantino, 21 starts, eleven
wins, twice place, three times
third. twi" frmHh mitA Kr.

times out of the money, earnings

Verffnlanr ill alarfi olvht mr.

ftories. -ll placw. five tlmea ihiw,
five tint fmirth in4 nlv mk

out of the money, earnlnga ti?i
015.

0O0
fvloiio lonodlt topped the
trainers at the local oval dur during
ing during the first semester of 1Sf
with It winners saddled. Luit
H, Magician) Pirrut la wat
irodifad with Jl (mclodmg a

doadhoat) and Joto Reyoa 01-
yin third with 24.,
Qliidlco was' the' 'Wlgeat 'money
winner with $27,802.50 the pro product
duct product of seven victories, one place
and one show in nine starts. Sie Sie-te
te Sie-te y Medio was the runnerup
with $14,475 gleaned from five
wins, six places, two thirds, and
one fourth in 1 4starts.
Unbeaten Janina, now retired,
won seven straight races to pick
up $4,270 and lead the natives.
Her full sister, Titita, is the run runnerup
nerup runnerup with $3,785 earned in ele eleven
ven eleven starts. Titita won six races,
was second four times and out of
the money once.
The Stud Maqui with $30,362 50
was the leading money -winning
stable. Mrs. Delia Acevedo was
the runnerup with$22,770.? a ?
Ace racetrack selector Julio
(Fulo) Carrasco and the Snanich-

language daily newspaper "El

rais nave been suspended from
the racetrack's selectors' contest
for six months, beginnings July 1,
according to a report fronTa re reliable
liable reliable source.
Carraaco easily won the trimes trimes-tral
tral trimes-tral contest for th Anril.T 11 n m Tte.

riod and wound up deadlocked

wun un astrena 1 uonaid Vincent
in the monthly contest for June.
Carrasco pocketed $25 for hit tri tri-mettral
mettral tri-mettral prize and $17.50 for the

mommy contest.
Later this week, La Here's
tiptter, who had finithod third
in a tie with Aprontot, lodoed
a protott on the groundt that
Carratco had not boon publish publishing
ing publishing hit tipt in El Pali. The
rolot ttate that a contoatant
mutt publish hit tolactlont in
the publication that ho ropro ropro-tontt
tontt ropro-tontt ot least 50 per cent of the
raco moott in each month.
After an invest! rtini If

found that Carrasco hadpublish-

once during tne entire month
June. Track tnnir P.hU

Thaver strict v HhprH in

ruies ano promptly disqualified
Carrasco.

When notiffed at hi Hi.nn.iiii

cation, Carrasco said that he had
already spent the money and
would be unable to return it

Hence, the six-month suspension
for both Carrasco and El Pais,

of
A.

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Olmedo Wins

Wimbledon
Tennis Crown

WIMBLIDON. England, July
J (UPI) Alox Olmodo of Pe Peru
ru Peru and Lot Angolot, a center of
tennis controvert on thee
continent!, today became the
first South American to win a
Wimbledon title when ho whip whipped
ped whipped Australian Rod Lever In
Ho men's singles final, 4-4, 4-3,

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dependence, Independence, and thus began for the great
nation a way of life on freedom.
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FOR RENT: Completely ur ur-iihed
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Minister in Ecuador Avenue No.
28. Livinanoom, diningroom,
kitchen, office, two bathroom,
maid's room with service, wash
fubi, garage, iniide patio, hot
water in all aervicei, direct tele telephone
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ommercial Sites
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bathroom, watchman, very rea reasonable
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ing outstanding softball plyr of 1958 by
Ideal sportswrittrs, may pick
up medal and scroll at the
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p.m. 'sr tomorrow between S
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Irate Sam Raybum Accused Ike
ftf Conning US Oif Seders'

"WASHINGTON (UPD-Speakr
Sam Rayburn, in a rare outburst
of nger today accused Pres President
ident President Eisenhower and Republican
leaders of trying to mislead ti.e
Artierican people by pinning a
"IxfWer" labej on the Domocrat Domocrat-i
i Domocrat-i :3trolled Congress.
S said the GOP spokesmen
"kept on talking about spending'
despite the fact that Congress has
been cutting the Administration's
Money requests. He said :l.e
newspapers continually publish
the GOP charge.
!The veteran Texas Democrat
Mas been grumbling privately lor
some time about what he regards
at false Republican accusations
o( Congressional budget busting.
(Rayburn said Congress thus t?r
his completed action on sevn
nfoney bills, cutting them
million dollars below the Pi in indent's
dent's indent's requests. He predicted that
Congress would wind up Inmn.ing
frJom 500-million to one billion in
senhower's proposals.
"1 think that shows we're no'
IS rerkless as tne people wno are
advising him on these matters,"
Rayburn said.
(Looking ahead, Rayburn said
tne big foreign aid money bill is
a likely candidate tor a maior
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FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-furnished
furnished fur-furnished apartment, 2 bedroom,
livingroom, diningroom, large
porch. Venetian blinds, garage,
linen, China glassware Exclusive
residential section Bella Vista.
Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: El Cangrejo. very
cool, comfortable furnished, two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage, big yard Only two apart apartments
ments apartments in building 3 01i
FOR RENT: Very modern two
bedroom apartment, best loca location.
tion. location. Call 2-2466 during office
hours.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo: Fully
furnished modern cool one room
apartment, hot water, balcony,
garage, etc Call 3-1789
FOR RENT : Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two bedrooms,
two batht, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, front and back
porches, maid's bath, garage and
hot water. Edificio La Aurora,
55th Street corner of Via Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, Apartment No. 3, El Can Cangrejo.
grejo. Cangrejo. Available for two months.
Call 3-6870 or 3-4899
FOR RENT: G.I approved,
furnished apartment, modern
building, screened, convenient
location. Automobile Row, No.
36, Tel. 3-6855, after 7, 2 2-5046.
5046. 2-5046.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment parlor, diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, porch, garage, til tiled,
ed, tiled, screened $55.00 Apply No.
112 Via Belisario Porras. near
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, two
bedroom, stove, ref riqerator, in independent.
dependent. independent. Bella Vista 43rd.
Street No. 64.
ervice
BaskelWlf Game
Tonight At Davis
An exhibition basketball gm
has been scheduled for the Fort
Davis Gymnasium fr toniqht
at 7 p.m. The Army Atlantic
team jrhitiPet a team made up J
ef Ecuadorian c'dets now "j
studying at the U. S. Army Ca
ribboan School.
cut. He said the President's re request
quest request for $3,900,000,000 could
"easily be cut by one billion
dollars to $1,500,000,000."
He declined to predict that such
a cut was in the offing,, however.
R a y4wm.trfrpttfat; nf -a On-j
gress' performance appdVlfl to
conflict with that of the Preci Preci-dent's
dent's Preci-dent's budget bureau.
The bureau earlier this week
supplied GOP Congressional lead leaders
ers leaders with statistics designed to
show that CongfeRibnal ffefion
and inaction could throw the
President's precariously - bal balanced
anced balanced budget about one billion
dollars into the red.
He said flatly that Congress
will not raise postal rates to the
level requested hv the President
The President asked Congress to
raise the charfee for mailing a
first class letter from four to five
cents.
But Rayburn said that Congress
"misht give some considerat.on"
to an increase of one-half cent a
gallon in gasoline taxes but would
not grant the full I'll cent boo:,'
recommended by the President.
He said that he personally
doubted there would be any in increase
crease increase whatever in, federal gas gasoline
oline gasoline taxes.
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RENAULT SELLS TRUCKS
NEW YORK HUM i Renault,
Inc., French auto manufacturer,
announced yesterday t( plans t(
sell a new line of llglit Oiicks
featuriiu: a :i? -horsepower I runt
engine starting early in l!Mi() The
payload of the new line will In
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Automobiles
FOR SALE : 55 Ford, two door,
excellent condition, call Navy
3554.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
Bel-Air, 4 door, sport sedan,
powerglide. radio, w.w. tires,
$1 350. House 1 5 1 2 A. Balboa.
Tel. 1389.
FOR SALE: 1948 Ford sedan,
good tires, runs tine, inspected
$175.00. Panama 3-7810.
FOR SALE: 1959 Pontiac, leav leaving
ing leaving Isthm-ts. Quintero. Tels. 3 3-6029
6029 3-6029 and 4-0489.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Country
sedan 1 Station Wagon) Fordor,
6 passenger, V-8, 265 h p. Ford Ford-omatic.
omatic. Ford-omatic. back-up lights, heater,
$2175 00. 1950 Willys jeep with
winch $750.00. Call Vic Melant
at 6-347.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon. 6 cylinder, standard, radio,
heater, etc 16000 miles, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE ; 1 949 Pontiac, 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. 5 cylinder, very good con condition
dition condition Phone 3-4855.
FOR SALE: 1958 Mercury
Montclair, twortone, blue, white
side wall tire, practically new,
approximately 17,000 mil es,
push button control, power steer steering,
ing, steering, power brakes, radio, heater,
one owner. Call 83-6105.
WANTED
WANTED: Maid for house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping and cooking, must be
neat and experienced. House
6260, Los Rios.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
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PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Special Offers
Old established Honq Konk
firm wishes to contact reliable
importers, wholesalers and stores
interested in importing Hong
Kong manufactured men's, wo women
men women s and children's wear. En Enquire
quire Enquire please, in English, to
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PO BOX 108. HONG KONG.
Salchmo Jelsl-ome
After Jam Session
In Rome Nightclub
ROME (UPI)45f (SaUihm);
Armstrong i' aret .near aeaiu
from pneumonia a week ago, left
Rome Inr New York aooara a jet jetliner
liner jetliner today, after a night club
jam session in the wee hours.
The 57 year old jazz trumpet
player ard sineer spent the last
few hour1- of his stay in Rome
demonstrating '.hat he had rallied
from Ins bout with pneumonia.
Sit'imo's pn'med display of
vitality was v in sharp et)nrast
tn the events irf June 25l" a
week ago vesterdav, when his
Italian 'I dnr- at the hill town
of Spoleto said he suffered two
"crises" broils nt on by the pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia and "cardiac disturbances"
Three days after they pro pronounced
nounced pronounced his condition 'grave,
the grinning musician got up and
drove ,lown to Home to recuper recuperate
ate recuperate anu see tin sights.
Satchmo last night dropped
in on U.S. Ambassador James
I). Zelieroach for cocktails, wound
up staying for hours, until nearly
midnight l
Then accompanied by "his wife,
1. untie and his physician, Dr.
Alexander Send'. Satchmo visited
Bricktop's, a popular bar on the
Via V uieU) run by an old friend.
He stayed unai nearly 3 a.m.
While" at Ihe night club Satchmo
delighted the customers by run running
ning running through two of his gravel gravel-throated
throated gravel-throated song specialties a nd
swapped stones with his wife,
Brirktop and a handful of beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Italhn gub who joined the
party.
"The man has a remarkable re recuperative
cuperative recuperative prvrr," Schiff said.
"I would like for him to take a
good, long res; bul he's a hard
man io keep nown."
"All those reports about him
having a heart attack and being
in a coma sontobodv else was
giving tliepi out. not us. It looked
like snni' body wanted some pub publicity
licity publicity up in Spoleto."
LEGAL NOTICE
I'MTKl) STATK.S OK AMKHU'A
Canal line
United St. ilos UisUlcl Court for the
DiMiui ol the Canal one
llallma Division
In II. e 111, liter of the EM.ate of Bride
K. Phelps, deceased. Probate No. 9532.
Noti-e to cieditor.s. A
Noln-e is hereby Riven that all per persons
sons persons hiivitiE claims again.1 Rrtde E.
FMielps. deceased, are required to file
them, v.ith Ihe necessary vouchers, in
the Office of Ihe clerk of the United
Slates Oislrlcl Court at Artcon. Canal
Zone, or to exhibit them, with Ihe nec nec-etifwoy
etifwoy nec-etifwoy vouchers, to the undersigned
Administrator wifc tile will annexed,
at the olfice ol Attblmejr'L. S. Carring Carring-ton,
ton, Carring-ton, lo.aleri at Numoer Vt-56. thirteenth
Avenue i formerly Calle fcstudianle I
I'. in. no. i city, on or tiefore the ?9Ui day
of Apul ld'tid. or they will be for ever
haired Said claims iniLst l'e supported
l.v the atfnt.ivil of Ihe claimant or
..niii.inc ill Ins behalf, showing lh.lt
the ;i 1 1 1 .11 1 1 1 is justly due. Hint no pay pay-iinuls
iinuls pay-iinuls have been made thereon which
aie nol credited and that there are no
-.i l-nlls lo Ihe same to-the knowledge
nt the alfilint
Piled June :'(!.
Mninerl J. Peterson
Administrator, C.T A.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Maternity and baby
clothes, store "Stork" owner un unable
able unable to attend it personally. Jus Jus-to
to Jus-to Arosemene Avenue in front of
Royal Crown. For information
apply on premises.
FOR SALE: Office safe 500
Lbs. Inside dimensions 20x16x12
inches. Masonic Temple Bldsj
Cristobal, C.Z. room It, or Tel.
36-633.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
33 i discount on all fishfsttj
tackles. This is not a sale, but
permanent reduction of price.
ABERNATHY, S.A.
Across side street from El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel.
FOR SALE: 9 passenger 1954
Ford, station wagon. 14 ft. alu aluminum
minum aluminum boat, 7 Vi horsepower
Evinrude motor. Kelly 3-0010 or
Las Cumbres 2065.
FOR SALE Winchester, model
12-16 Gauge, 16 Ft. Fiber glass
bottom boat with outboard motor
and trailer. Fishing rods and
reels. Polaroid Land Camera,
Model 95A with case and flash
attachment. Qtrs. 21 11 -A, 5th
St. Curundu, Tel. Curundu 5264.
FOR SALE:Plants. House No.
9081, 8th Street, New Cristobal.
Phone 50, Colon.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV, radio, Hi-Fi and
transistors.
We do more Work, becausa we
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
'Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.

Senate Trims $250 Million
FrbW 'lt Foreign 'Aid Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate voted to trim 250 million
dollars from its Foreign fiid Bill
yeslerdav by accepting a biparti bipartisan
san bipartisan compromise plan for financ financing
ing financing the Development Loan Fund.
The compromise, worked out by
Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B. Johnson (Tex.) and GOP
Leader Everett M. Dirksen (111 ),
would continue to finance the loan
fund through annual appropria
tions by Congress instead of by
treasury loans as proposed by
the bill's sponsors.
Acceptance of the compromise
by voice vote avoided a critical
Senate showdown on the issue of
running government programs
through Treasury borrowing. This
practice has been denounced by
critics as a backdoor approach
to the treasury tnat bypassed
Congress.
As the Senate continued work
on its $4,164,820,000 measure, it
rejected by standing vote a pro proposal
posal proposal by Sen. Mike Mansncjd
(1) Mont.) to end all outright aid
gifts in three more years.
Chairman J. William Fulbright
(D Ark.) of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee opposed the
Mansfield move on grounds the

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Refrigerator and
freezer, double doer 13.1 cubic
feet, good condition, $190.00.
Panama 3-5085, leaving Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. 13-5085).
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
table with six chairs buffet. Solid
mahogany. 243-C, Coca Sole 36t
760.
FOR SALE: 2 mahogany vanity
dressers with benches and mirrors.
1 old sewing machine, 1 night
stand, assorted lamps. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house roaster, Mirromatic pres pressure
sure pressure eoe4r. Sunbeam coffee
master, electric motor, 1 h p., 3
p h. 60 cycle 220-440-V, house
551, Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 12
cu. ft., with deep freese, auto automatic
matic automatic defrost; playpen with pad,
babee-tenda high chair. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE: Electric range, 30
inch, Kenmore, overhauled, full full-width
width full-width oven, $100. Navy 3260.
FOR SALE: Magic Chef gas
stove, baby basinette, exhaust
kitchen fan. 3-4855.
FOR SALE: Electric roaster,
electric sewing machine, Servel
refrigerator, coffee master, pres pressure
sure pressure cooker cabinet, motor 60
cycle, I h p., 1 ph., 220-240,
house 551, Ancon Boulevard.
FOR SALE: Upright vacuum
cleaner, largo wall mirror, dining
room set, sectional sofa, end
tables, washing machine.
Lessons
Learn, to drive in Panama City,
dual control car, $3.00 per hour.
Tel. J-0338.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 8" Bench Saw and
4" Joiner on table with 2 shaft
h.p., 60 ey. motor. One Vi
h.p. motor G.E. New, 22 cal.
Supermatic pistol. Pistol case
with spotting scope. Misc. J 2
gauge ammo. Calle Balboa 3444.
cold war undoubtedly would con continue
tinue continue for a long time.
He said this country must con continue
tinue continue its aid programs "or etse
just give up and retire to Fort
ress America.
The vote on the Development
Loan Fund, the keystone of the
economic aid programs, cam;?
after days of technical debate and
parliamentary maneuvering that
involved the whole broader issue
of government finances.
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, which drafted the bill,
proposed that the loan program
be.inanced for the nextfivf
years by borrowing up to? n
billion dollars a year from the
treasury.
Sen. Francis Case (R-S. D.)
originally planned to force a show showdown
down showdown vole on the issue of Trea Treasury
sury Treasury borrowing, which fainances
the gdvernmei.t's housing and a
variety of oth-r programs.
But Case abandoned his plan
when Johnson and Dirksen came
up with their compromise, wnich
would authorize congressional ap appropriations
propriations appropriations of up to 750 million
dollars for the fund in this fiscal
year and up to $1,250,000,000 next
year.
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electricity. CaH W. McBarnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining dining-room,
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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.
FOR SALE: On double lot in
Santa Clara, best location, next
to church: 2 bedroom chalet,,
livingroom, bath, kitchen, large
porch, garage, fully furnished
with 6 beds, G.E. refrigerator,
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for only $2,450.00 cash. Tele Telephone
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FOR RENT: Comfortable rooms
for responsible couple and stu students.
dents. students. Uruguay Street and 48th.
Tel. 3-6506.
f irsl Radar Unil
At Hurricane Center
Put Into Operation
MIAMI, July 3 (UPI) The
National Hurricane Center puts
the first of 31 long-range
weather search radar units into
operation here today.
The unit can spot hurricanes
more than 200 miles away, and
is delicate enough to pick up a
tornado's narrow funnel cloud.
The bureau said similar units
will be set up from New Eng England
land England to Texas along the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts,
and others will be installed to
cover "Tornado Alley" in the
central states.
Chief weather forecaster Gor Gordon
don Gordon Dunn said the equip equipment,
ment, equipment, built to bureau specifica specifications
tions specifications by Raytheon Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Co. "is the finest weather
radar yet developed.
"The radar alone should pro provide
vide provide at least six hours warning
of any hurricane," Dunn said,
'and in coo junction with other
detection afwk tracking devices
should 'irfprov'e the 24-hour
forecasting.
The Miami bureau will start
giving a "Radar Summary" to today,
day, today, 15 minutes before the tour.
The bureau said the summary
will be followed oy an interpre interpretation
tation interpretation of the radar scope in
term? of weather for the next
three or four hours.
Quote Unquote
ROME Dr. Alexander, Schiff,
physician to Louis Armstrong, dis discussing
cussing discussing the trumpet king's health:
."The man has a remarkable re recuperative
cuperative recuperative power. I would like him
to take a good, long rest, but he's
a hard man to keep down."
NEW YORK Federal Judge
Gregory F. Noonan, ordering is issuance
suance issuance of a bench warrant for the
arrest of former Teamsters boss
Dave Beck for failing to appear
in court to answer charges of il illegally
legally illegally accepting money from
trucking officials:
"He is not going to play footsie
with us. I think if he doesn't have
the sense to come in when noti notified,
fied, notified, he should be brought in by
an army."
COVINGTON, La Gov. Earl K.
Long, on his wife Blanche, against
whom he has filed a separation
suit:
'Miss Blanche is jealous of all
women who work for me. How
can an old man like me take care
of three or four women, let alone
one? I'm doing a bum job at
that."
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, speaking about marri marriage
age marriage on the occasion of his 43rd
wedding 'anniversary:
'A successful marriage, I think,
gets happier as the years go by."
Higgins Resigns
As Bosox Manager;
York Interim Pilot
BOSTO. July 3 (UPI)
Mike Higrlns, Boston Red Sox
manager, resigned today, it
was announced at the team's
headinarter here.
Rudy York, a Red Sox coach
and former first baseman with
the Boston American League
team, was named as Interim
manager..
The announce m e n t was
made by Red Sox public rela
tions director Jack Malaney.
He said he had received
word from Baltimore, where
the team is playing, that Hig Higgins
gins Higgins resigned. The announce announcement
ment announcement In Baltimore was made
br Red Sox general manager
Stanley (Bucky) Harris.

FMeyer 4 fg ft of tot
Roe -2 0 2 4,
Wilson 2 0 1- 4j
Perantie 3 0 0 6
Carroll 4 0 3 8
Morris Jr. 0 0 0 0
Price i 10 0 2
Aseron 2 0 2 4
Frauenheim 111
Totals :V 15 1 9 31

WILDCATS 30
Engelke
Metheney
Bowman
Stromberg
Hanson
Moses
Corngan
1 15
0 4
0 2
0 2
,1
Totals
34 4 3 30
WOLVERINES 37
Pajak
Ashton
Le Brun
Chase
Bergener
Smith
Rager
Totals
3 2 0 8
4 0 0 8
3 J.O 6
0 1 1
10 0 2
17 3 3 37
Dombrowsky
hcott
Hall
Rodriguez
De Vore
Barnes
Totals
15 1 1 31
Two closely contested and, rel relatively
atively relatively low-scoring contests made
up the basketball program Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. In the first game the
Hawkeyes registered their first
win of the season when Jimmy
Wilson caged .a.Jaasket with les,s
than a half minute to play.
Russ Stromberg netted 15 pdjgtffii
for the losing Cats.
In another slow scoring con contest,
test, contest, the Wolverines remained un undefeated
defeated undefeated by dumping the under undermanned
manned undermanned Badgers 37 to 31. The
scoring in this, game was well dis distributed
tributed distributed between all of te" plajN
ers. '
Stitch 'Bludgeons'
Sawyer; Now Looks
For Top Contenders
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)-Wel-terweieht
Rudell Stitch, a packing
house worker with a right hand
like a meat cleaver, was looking
for more and better fights today
after bludgeoning unranked Rudy
Sawyer to a halt in less than a
round.
Stitch, Trlnked No: 2 among 'the
welters fby the NBA and No. 9 in
The Ring ratings, needed just 2:1j
of the first round of Wednesday
night's nationally televised bout to
send Sawyer crashing to the floor
three times for a mandatory TKO.
"Now just get me some of those
boys with ratings," said Stitch,
who has been having a little trou trouble
ble trouble lately getting high-ranked con contenders
tenders contenders into a ring.
"Like Don' Jordan?" somebody
asked.
"Yeah," Rudell grinned, "he got
fust what I want the title. But
I'll take Sugar Hart or any of
those boys."
Siiwvpr mad thp mfataV .f
trying to crowfl Stitch; aaUnsg;
ropes midway in that firsi 'tound',-
and caught a short right hook
flush on the jaw. He slipped to
his knees, grasping Stitch around
the waist, and was waved to a
corner for an automatic ei&ht.
count.
aV he came bouncing off the
ropes, Stitch tagged him with a
left jab that sent him flying back
ward across the ring for a second
knockdown, and after Sawyer
again took the eight-count. Stitch
put on the clincher with a long
right hand to the side of the head

THAT LOVABLE LAUGH MAKER ANDY
GRIFFITH IS GOOFIN IN
"ONIONHEAD"
Tomorrow and Sunday at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre

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ANDV. GRIFFITH, the sensational star of ''No Time
For Sergeants," comes TOMORROW and Sunday at the
"DRIVE IN" Theatre, in Warner Bros. "ONIONHEAD," an another
other another laugh-packed story of the services, this the Coast
Guard. '-
Griffith combines htr accomplishments in both the
dramatic and somedy fields for the rots of Al Woods, the
college youth, turned Coast Guardsman.
Co-starring with him In this adaptation of WeldoJi
Hill's best-selling novel, are Felicia FARR, Walter MAT MAT-THAU,
THAU, MAT-THAU, Erin O'BRIEN and Joe MANTELL. Advt.

- TAe box scores
'" HAWKEfES 53

Player
Roe" '
Carroll
Morris
Perantie
Price
Frauenheim
Aseron
fsWjsHot
-1f 0 16

6 2 2 14
4 10 9
4 0 18
10 0 2
10 12
10 2 1
I
3 2 3 1
10 0 2
6 0 i 9
0 0 1 f
o o e o
10 0 2
4 0 11
11 2 8 24

BADGERS 24
cou
Dombrowsky
nan ;
Rodrigues
De Vore
Lombano
Barnes
Blevins
Totals :
WILDCATS 58'
Engelke
11
4
3
3
1
2
4
1 23
2 8
4 7
0- 6
0 2
0 4
2 I
Sstromberg
Stewart
Metheney
Bowmaa
Coran.
.Mdses""t
TtaIi, 28 2 3 58
stuvekines 30
Pajak
Rager;
Ashton
Chase
Le Brun
Smith
1 IS
0 10
1 1
3 4
0 0
0 2
c 0
Bergener
Totals
13 4 5 SO
The Wednesday evening games
were the of g
with the winners on hot shootmi
sprees, and the fcsers colder
than an Arctic winter
wt.hetJ0pene the Hawks, ably
led bv T?ru unA n ii
a 12 point half-time lead and
were never headed. This patten
was repeated, in the second nSS!
whenMe j;ngelk, hitSngfor
Pd5tsf led1his Wildcats to
vnauiy, nanding the Wolv Wolv-erines
erines Wolv-erines their first loss'of the sea-
Elks League BaskPthoii i t
Kalbtoa CnWiutfi starting at 7
P,m to inaugurate the fireworks
for the annual F.rth t
Festivities. VL "m
TEAM Lea9U' Standi"'
Wolverines
Badgers
W L
6 1
Wildcats i I
Hawkeyes j
1 ji
Ringer, Youngster
Tourneys Planned
For Rodman Course
V-Tw? lip(jfeSte5ourniments
ringer tournef and a young-ster's-tourney
will tee off at the'
Rodman course this wekend.
The ringer match will run for
seven weeks, ending Aug. 16
Players will try to register the
icai iiuie-ior-noie scores in no
more than 14 trips around Rod Rodman's
man's Rodman's 18-hole course.
Nine hole rounds must b
played back-to-back, although
not necessarily on the same day.
The full-handicap tourney will
have a $1 entrance fee. Prizes
will be awarded to the low net
and low gross shooters in men's
and ladies' divisions.
An 'eagle" also will arn
any golfer who drops one priie.
ine youngsters' tournev will
e1j4sWnir with a winner
$t&i$IBlW!WHp, yeing honored ia
two age groups.
Twelve-year-olds and younger
will play four 9-hoIe round.
Youngsters 13 to 16 years old will
go four 18-hole rounds.
The youth tourney is a warm warm-no
no warm-no for the August Panama Golf
Association Youth Tournament
to he held at the Panama Golf
Club.
Navy civilian Jimmy Anrl-'
charico is organizer of the
youngsters tournament. Rodman
course manaqer Frank Ellis is
organizing the ringer match.

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WASHINGTON, July 3 (UPI) Soviet' Fiwt Oeputy Premier Frol R. K'&lov headed
for California today after dashing hopes he would help crack the Big .Four deadlock over
Berlin. 4 At
His two days of private talks and public oratory disclosed that Russia's position on
Berlin and other critical East.West issues is tough as ever

Kozlov and his party stop ai Sacramento on the'next leg of a '1uray ffylhs" swing
around the nation. He is expected to conti nue his campaign! t eL-aceCxbexit,
tence" on Rusian terms. pt ;"
The 50.year.old official made it clear during his Washington v'ujif .tat Russia want
the West to buy peace by knuckling under to Soviet demands on Betlinrsahd other Issuet 1

Hp reiterated the Kremlin's de- mier Nikita S. Khrushchev, also "Km

mand that the allies pull out of saiq Russian leaders and the So So-West
West So-West Berlin and threatened anewiviet people "believe there are

a separate Russian peace creaiy
with Communist East Germany
if the allies refuse to come to
terms.
He told a press luncheon yes yesterday
terday yesterday that "force will be met
with force" if the situation in
Berlin erupts into hostilities.
Secretary of State Christian A.
Herter said last night that Koz
lov's trip to Washington did no nothing
thing nothing to ease cold war tensions o o-ver
ver o-ver Berlin.
The Soviet engineer, considered
a likely successor to Soviet Pre-

BRIEFING-Referring to his map for the location of the aggressor forces, a D Company squad leader gives his men a briefing before they move into position
ftach man receives specific instructions as to what his job will be, to Insure success of the mission. (Army rnow

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26 Hour Combat Test Passed ...

D Company, First Battle Group
Ends Five-Week Training Period

fpMMENCE Sp4 Harry A. Luka readies his 10 6mm recoiliess rifle for firing as the jeeo drive,
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aia warey. ine men participated in Army uomoany Training Tests witn omer memDers oi u
Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry. (Army Photo)

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civilian and military, of the Canal Zone, are invited
to attend the
Panamerican Festival
Sponsored by the Panama and Canal Zone Carnival Juntas
at the Union Club in Panama City tonight, Friday. The
Ambassadors of the Republic of the American Continent
will be present.
DANCE
with the Carnival Murga and the Union Club
orchestra. Presenting Her Majesty Manuelito
I, Queen of the first official Panamanian Car Carnival
nival Carnival of 1910 and Their Majesties Rene I, Carol
I, Vilma II, Anita I, Aida I.
Fantastic Door Prizes
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Five weeks of training at Rio
Hato for the men of D Company,
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
ended in a 26-hour Company Ar Army
my Army Training Test which included
a daylight defense, night with withdrawal,
drawal, withdrawal, night defense and an at attack.
tack. attack. The test was successfully pass passed,
ed, passed, according to Maj. Ralph E.
Carpenter, chief umpire, although
no official scores have been tabu tabulated.
lated. tabulated. Colonel Ralph A. Jone.s Jr.,
battle groups commanding officer
and Col. John R. Wright Jr., who
succeed Col. Jones, were on hand
for the exercise.
The reconnaissance and assault

gun platoons from Headquarters

and Headnuarters Company play

ed the role of the aggressor for

D Company, while a platoon of
tanks from D Company (Walker),
34th Armor and a squad from
the 518th Engineer Company
(Combat) aided the infantrymen
during the test.
Preparation for the test, such
as cleaning equipment, distribut distribut-in?
in? distribut-in? ammunition, briefings and co coordination
ordination coordination began some 12 hours
before the problem. At 7:30 ac actual
tual actual tactical phases of the test
got underway.
The signal' to begin was word
from tha chief umpire, Maj.
Carpenter, that Capt. Chester
W. Van Orman, company com commander,
mander, commander, and his men make rea ready
dy ready to defend their positions.

From that moment on until 26
hours later the company re remained
mained remained under strict t a c t i c I
procedures.
Coordination between tanks and

infantry was necessary during
the attack problem. Infantry sup

ported tanks by fire as they rum rumbled
bled rumbled up to rendezvous on the first
objective. After taking this, the
tanks and infantry moved toward

the second objective in a combin

ed effort. The entire operation
wnt off smoothly.
The umpires, Maj. Carpenter,
Capt. James J. Boyle and 1st Lts.

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Maury S. Cralle, Ross W. Winne,
William P. Pannell and William
P. Newton, said the troops show showed
ed showed great enthusiasm, knowledge,
and aggressiveness.

The highlight of the five-week

training was a night firing prob

lem utHtzing live ammunition
from early in the afternoon until

late at night.
As soon as the men were in
their jibSitltttt tHfe night Hsfe
of the firing began. At the signal,
a star cluster flare, the silence
was broken by the roar of 30 cali caliber
ber caliber machine guns, rifles, automa automa-tice
tice automa-tice rifles, high explosive mortar
rounds, flares, rocket launchers

and smoke granades. Soon the

entire area was lit up from the

glare of the various explosives.
Green, red and yellow smoke
grenades were illuminted by the
flares tht constantly lit the a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. Within a matter of minutes
the area was again pitch black
and no trace, except the linger lingering
ing lingering smell, of smoke, was left
to tell that a tremendous fusil fusillade
lade fusillade had just torn into the op opposing
posing opposing hillside.
During the firing several Aen
on the heavy weapons displaVed

great accuracy. Pvt. Orville Van
Wych, with the 106 millimeter
recoilless rifle, blasted the target

barrels to oblivion after firing on
ly a few of his 50 caliber spot

ting rounds. Another crack shot

with a heavy weapon was Sgt

Jerry Burke. Burke, with his 3-5

inch rocket launcher, scored di

rect hits on a 50-gallon drum
from a distance of about 300

yards.

Mortar Battery, 1st Battle
Group, put on a demonstration of
accuracy as they seemingly
'walked" their 4.2 inch mortar
rounds up a ravine, around a
small hill at the end of it and
then back again.
Feeding a company in the field
is one of the biggest problems for

the cooks and the mess officer.
D Company left the feeding
chores in the hands of Sfc. Rob Robert
ert Robert L. Bynum. who skillfully man managed
aged managed to feed the company hot
meals at all hours of the day and
night.

Col. Wright Takes
Kobbe Command
In Ceremony Today
The .bnfie spf command of the
ls4BeHtTawjpWh Infantry,
Fort Kobbe was formalized this
morning by a parade featuring the
entire 1st Battle Group, including
Company C which is at For Gu Gu-likc.
likc. Gu-likc. the Jungle Warfare Training

Center at Fort Sherman, and other
attached units at Fort Kobbe.

The change of command was
symbolized wJien Col. Ralph A.
Jones Jr. pmented his swagger
stick to 'Col. "JohnR. Wright Jr.
who will succeed him as command commanding
ing commanding officer of the 1st Battle Group
and also as commander ot the
post of Fort Kobbe.
The parade itself featured a
display of armor and other motor

ized weapons and a tiy over Dy
two' H-13 helicopter and one L-19

observation aircraft.

Wright Is the' 'former Chief of

Staff, U.S. Army Caribbean He
arrived in the Canal Zone in June
of 1957.

Jones has been in the Canal Zone

since June of 1956 and served as
program coordination officer, and

assistant chief of statt, G-3 lor
USARCARIB before taking over the
20th a year ago. He departs Sun Sunday
day Sunday for an assignment in the Pen Pentagon.
tagon. Pentagon. Following the parade, a recep reception
tion reception was hel at the Fort Kobbe
Officers' Club for Wright and
Tones. This evening the baUle
group officers will honor them at
a dinner-dance.

grounds on which to build re

lation of trust.

In answer to questions later;
however, Kozlov rofused to
budge from Russia's threat to
sign a separate peace treaty
with Communist East Germany,
"with ) the consequences this
entails," if the Big Four powrs
fail to reach agreement on Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin.
He went on to say that if the
Western powers refuse to recog recognize
nize recognize East .Germany's severeignty
and try to force their way in and
out of Red-encircled West Berlin,
then "force will be met with
force."

3 Gorgas Doctors
In Special School
Al Boston. Hospital

Dr. Maurice B. Winstead, Dr.
William T. Bailey, and Dr. Jose
A. Filos-Diaz of the Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital staff have switched their
roles, temporarily, from diagnos

ticians to students while attend

ing a post-graduate course in in internal
ternal internal medicine at Massachusetts
General Hospital at Boston. The

course they are taking, sponsor

ed by the Harvard Meaical

School, features a highly inten intensive
sive intensive review, together with dis discussions
cussions discussions of latest developpments
in the field of internal medicine.
Winstead, who is in the intern internal
al internal medical service at Gorgas
Hospital, first came to the Canal
Zone as an Army officer and then
returned here as aT civilian-. He

has been a member of the Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital staff since May 1955.
Bailey, also with the internal
medical service, has been a
member of the staff at Gorgas

since July 1951.
Filos-Diaz is a member of the
chest service and has been on
the Gorgas staff since 1956.
The six-week course they are
taking will be concluded on July

25, after which the three doctors

will return to resume their duties

at Gorgas.

lotsaid Cie Kremlin itfll 1

believes it would, be ,,tseful" te i
hold summit meeting between 1
Khrushchev, President Eisenhower i

and thy- Brasn and FrencH

chiefs of government regardless
of the outcome of the Geneva
conference1; which resumes July

13.
But he said in reply to a ques question
tion question that he did not as some offi officials
cials officials had hoped bring any new
proposal from Khrushchev to Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower for settlement of thi
Berlin issue.
"We submitted our proposals at
Geneva," Kozlov said?i referring
to Russia's offer to give the A1-.
lies 18 months tb liquidate theiri,
position in West Berlin. He insist insisted
ed insisted the Western powers had not
replied.
"Therefore.1 brought no other
"massages from the Soviet govern

ment on xnis question, ne said.

$4 Million Flynn
Has Wife Trouble
HOLLYWOOD (UN) Actor

irroj tiynn, wno last year esti

mated his wealth at about four
million dr liars, has 20 more days

to answer a separate maintenance
suit fild by his wife.
"Errol forced me to take thfa
action because he did not live up
to nis agreement to support our
daughter. Amelia and myself,"
said 29-year-oia Patrice Wymore
"I don't want' a divorce from'
Errol," she said. "I never have.
I hope we can work out our dif differences
ferences differences like adult people.'.' M
Miss Wymore the third of th
'9-year old acrnr's wives, married
Flynn in 1952. They separated 18
months ago.

Jap Pilgrimage
Oi Girl Goddess
Ends Wlih 18 Dead
tMPFl. Formosa (UPI)

Eighteen persons were killed and

23 injured today wnen a uua
returning them from a .pil

grimage to the Temple of the

"girl goddess" plunged into a ra
vinp

A flimrv wooden bridge col

lapsed under the crowded truck
near Nantou ir Central Formosa.
At lei.st three other persons
were rerrted to have died after
consuming ashes of incense
burned before the goddess Chang
Yo-Ko. i young girl who was
drowned in a stream five years
ago
The temple was built to pacify
the evil siiril which took t h e
young girl's lile.
More than IC.000 persons have
flocked to the mud shrine since
a renort circulated two weeks ago
that the goddess' spirit was living
in the temple

D Company returnes to garri garrison
son garrison at Fort Kobbe for several j RAYON PRICE RISES
weeks and then moves for Fort;
Sherman for the annual three-, new YORK (UPI) mistrial

week course at the Jungle War-, Rayon Corp has announced in

fare Training Center.

Mentally III Boy
Held In Sex-Slaving
Of Hungarian Boy

NEW YORK (UPI)-A physical physically
ly physically and mentally retarded 14-year-old
boy was arrested yesterday
night in the sex killing of a six-year-old
boy whose parents had
carried him to freedom from revolt-torn
Hungary three yetrs ago.
The body of little Zoltan Toth
was found Wednesday !n an emp empty
ty empty tenement building near his
home, his skull split by a blow
from an iron pipe, laler found in
the yard of the building. The med medical
ical medical examiner said he had been
sexually assaulted before he, was
slain.
A neighbor boy, Kenneth t)e
Voe, was booked on a charger of
juvenile delinouencv with a speci specification
fication specification of homicide. His clothes
were bloodstained when he was
picked tin by police. nnH he was
aid te have admitted the slay slaying.
ing. slaying. I

creases of three to four cents a
pound for rayon filament textile
yarns used in weaving rayon fab fabrics.
rics. fabrics. Celanese Corp. of America
has posted similar increases on
all its rayon filament yarns.

16-Year Old Bomb
Of London Blitz

LONDON (UPI) Dread memo memo-ried
ried memo-ried of the World War II Blitz
were stirred ear'y Thur'sday when
demolition experts exploded a
booby-trapped 500-pound German
bomb more than 16 years after it
was dropped.
Two hundred persons from 14
apartment houses, a pub and a

gas station in the Bandemeer

Road section of London were eva evacuated.
cuated. evacuated. The gas stations present

ed an additional hazard there
were more than 14,000 gallons of

gasoline in storage tanks there

An eight-man army crew was
rushed into the area yesterday
after sewage disposal workmen
uncovered the bomb in a 15-foot

excavation urtder a sidewalk.

They worked through the night
under the glare ( of floodlights to
render the bomb nearly-harmless.
"The fuse was booby-trapped."
Maj. Arthur Hartley, chief of the
crew, said. "Rigged so that any
attempt to remove if would set
the whole thing off. Most bombs
had fuses that can be removed
hut there is no safe way of taking
it off one of this kind.
"We pumped steam into it to
flush out the main body of 'he
explosives then set the double
fues off and finished the job.'
The result was a formidable ex explosion
plosion explosion that left R.G. Walton's
antinue shop, across the street, a
'angled shambles of fallen furni furniture,
ture, furniture, broken glass and books.

weatluf or Not

This weather report for ths 24

hours ending a. m. today to
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrotrraphlc Branch of tha

Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

High 92 15
Low 76 81
HUMIDITY:
High 97 92
Low 63 M
WIND:
(max, mph) NW-20 NE-17
RAfN (inches) 0 .(1
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 84 85

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 82.99
Madden Dam 216.36

BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, JULY 4
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Time Ht.
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2:43 p.m 14.4 ft

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