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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Jt the people know the truth and the country is ae"' Abraham Lincoln

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ARMY AIMS TO PLEASE Sgt. Leo P. Champagne, right, U.S. Army Caribbean recruiting er
eeaiit, thought Sp.4 Charles Lozos, who 15 days ago was serving with 'the Army at Fort Greely,
Alaska would feel more at home talking over his reenllstment if it wer cold. So the amla amla-bit
bit amla-bit sergeant took Lozos to the Ice plant at Correal and a cool 28 degrees, Brrr j (US Army Photo)

Deep Freeze Gl
Thaws In Panama
Ever wonder what a steak felt
tike being taken from me ireei
t and tossed into a warm fry
imr siti? sn-4 Charles Lozos
Xormerly of Fort Greely, Alaska
Is begminng w get tne iae
Fifteen day.Aghe was 'shiv
ering in the.nigiHA com pi a a-la
la a-la sir a? todav- he -18 assigned"- to
the US Army 'Caribbean How

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rueemiihe has alwliy wH
td to serve -in the Panama area
but -during 15-years of service
the, Army ihaa sent, hlni to the
vnir -Rast: Euroae Hawaii and
Alaska instead, of the southern,
climates he desirea
Not one to be discouraged, he
departed Fort GreeJy last month
for Fort Sheridan, 111., for dis discharge;
charge; discharge; From theri after dis discharge
charge discharge he took commercial air
to Panama, where he was re
cruited by Bgt. lieo unampagne
. as last, using t llttld patience
and fortitude, Lozos is sfcaring
with us the warmth of the US
Army Caribbean command,
Dr.
Refused Membership
in hr tennis uud
"; . : .tkti.-
DUBLIN (UPD- ,The president
tl the United States Lawn Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Assn. refused to comment to to-iday
iday to-iday on reports -that the New
York West Side Tennis Club had
barred Dr. Ralph Bunche, U.N,
undersecretary,, from member
ship because, he is a Negro.
The official, Victor Denny, who
Is here to attend the International
Tennis Federation meeting, said
he? had Vi0) knowledge of the
rules or regulations of, the West
Side Tennis Club."
He said he had not heard of
the incident and said it was pos possible
sible possible that the club president Wil
fred Burglund might have been
misquoted.
Asked of a ruling barring
Negroes and Jews from member
ship might lead him to consider
withdrawing the national cham championship
pionship championship matches from the New
YorK cult), Denny said, "mat is
a subject could not comment
on that this time. I have been
out of New York for some time
and I don't know what the posi position
tion position is at, the moment."
Bunche disclosed Wednesday
that Burglund had told hint the
club's membership was by invi invitation
tation invitation only and that both Negroes
and Jews were barred.; He said
he had inquired, because, his 15-year-old
son Ralph Jr., had been
taking lessons trom the club's pro
and both the pro and several of
young Bundle's friends, 'who are
club members suggested he Join.
"I deliberately rrevealed this
experience only because I find it
to be rather shocking in New
York City and, think citizens of
the .city and country are entitled
to know abouti it," said Bunche,
who won the 1950 ;Nobel Peace
Prize for Ws part in arranging, a.
"But I keep the story In proper
perspective,"; ; hB said. "Neither
x nor i my son regard -it-as a
hardship or. a humiliation. Rather
,,. ,,dlcred,t to .the. club It-
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Cristobal Tie-Up

Costs Owners More Than $150,000

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Twa Italian passenger liners
which have been, idled at cm
tobal a month "inympathy with
a nationwide Italian maritime
strike have cost the Italian Line
more than $150,000, according
to- local mppmg autnormes.
The estimate or the nne s
flosses on the-Cristobal lie-as
revenues Yesuitine Irom in
enforced layover,
Operatinir on regular" ached
ules between Italy and southern
Chile, the Marco. Polo ana An
toniette Usodimare met at .the
Canal while traveling In oppo
site directions.
When the Italian maritime
unions ordered them hatted
here a total of 421 passengers
were aboard the two ships ana
another handful were on hand
to board the Chile-bound Marco
Polo
More Homes Sought
For Pels By SPCA
Revpral more animals haVe
peen made available to -the Ca
nar Zone Society for the Pre
vehtion of Cruelty to Animals
to seek homes into which these
pets may be adopted.
Among the new applicants for
homes is one hold-over from
the previous group, all others
having been adopted. This is a
tame and female gray striped
cat.
The newcomers include a six six-month
month six-month old short haired dog
with a somewhat fox -like ap
pearance.
A Dalmatian female, spayea
thoroughbred, but deaf as all
females of this breed are said
to be, is also available. Anyone
desiring this animal should con contact
tact contact Mr. Scribner at Panama
4-1158.
A female gray kitten, pretty
and tame, is offered by Mr. Fur
long. He may be reached by
telephoning Balboa 1840.
Information relative to-:- the
gray cat and the young dog
may be obtained by calling Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Powell at Balboa 1364. The
others should be contacted di directly.
rectly. directly. Applicants seeklne the
pets at the Corozal .Small Ani Animal
mal Animal Clinic are invited to see
them there. Calls should not be
made to the Clinic.

Schoqlgal Alphabet Champs

by FRANK ELEAZER
Washington. July 10 upiV-
Three congressmen met three
school girls in a spelling match
and, modestly admitted afterwards
that the school girls had lost.
This Is to file a minority report.
The girls were robbed.
The eighth-graders flew in from
California to take on the lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers after clobbering directors o
the Santa Rosa Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, The 1 directors reportedly
had made the mistake of com complaining
plaining complaining that kidi these days are
not learning to spell like they us-

d t? , Miller looked around for support
This- proved to be true, and Und came up with a couple of ob ob-thank
thank ob-thank goodness for that. 'Those vious experts, Reps, Jeffrey Co-

snell fira-ni
Td ease their, embarrassment,
they sic 'ed their victors oh Con

Of Italian Ship
s
Italian Lino agent her let
ported it took nearly ; three
weeks to arrange transfer pas passage
sage passage for all passengers, "the
last of whom departed about
ten days ago, ,,
' -.
No incidents have teeen're-
pqrted $inpe' the .shipt ,have
service and ships' maintalnance
fie ACTfUllCH
During the bitter strika, over
wage demands and working
conditions, more than 100 Ital Italian
ian Italian vessels have been halted at
world ports, and occassional
clashes between seamen and au authorities
thorities authorities have been reported
from Italy andii'ecently at.Mel at.Mel-bourne,
bourne, at.Mel-bourne, Australia.
World shipping authorities
estimate -the strike has already
cost Italian shipowners $300-400
millions.
The. Italian government,
heavy investor in most Italian
shipping lines, has so far re
fused to intervene in the dis
pute. ;
Experts' Vork May
Permit Resumption
01 Atlas Testing
" WASHINGTON. July 10 (UPD-
The Air f orce revealed today mat
fast-work of rocket experts prom
ises to make possible resumption,
next week of Atlas mtercontinen'
tal ballistic missile test firings.
This would advance by two
weeks the schedule predicted by
Defense Secretary Neil H. McEl-
roy. He announced June 28 mat
technical difficulties had forced a
temporary suspension of Atlas
tests at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
The Air Force plan is to con
duct the first of the new firinas
on Wednesday or Thursday.
If that launching is successful.
three more experimental Atlases
will be fired out over hte South
Atlantic at intervals of a week or
10 davs during tha remainder of
July and the first half of August.
An Air Force spokesman said
the purpose of scheduling four
launchings, each for the 5,500 5,500-mile
mile 5,500-mile distance, was to make cert certain
ain certain that technical difficultiea r
eliminated before the missiles are
put in the hands of troops.
gress. They figured no doubt that
with the kind of globbledygook
they4alk around here the lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers had forgotten all they ever
knew about English.
Rep. Clement Miller (D-CaUf.)
was their first choice as a legis legislative
lative legislative sacrifice to the girl spelling
champs.' The girls got their start
by winning a three-county bee
conducted by the Santa Rosa Press
Democrat in Miller's congreislon
al district, Miller couldn't very
well say no. Anyway,, yes Is one
word every congressman learns to
spell right away,
k inh V v..
jHechler (D-W.Va.), Ph.p and
former college processor who help.

Werfer TolLook Into RP's
Rejecthn Qf US Wage Note
WASHINGTON, Uly 1 UPI) Secretary of State Christian

Herter Yesterday Mld-iie Mill look into Panama's rejection of a
United States diplomatic note coneernlnr Canal Zone wajes.
' Herter noted that -yestMday at hl news conference that the

message vat "turned down1 because of the way it was delivered
and not 4or what It contained. He said he would see if ther ia

any; validity to Panama'! objections.

, The Panama n i
atfTblt
ign
Ministry yesterday returned the
note, unopened Because u ton
tldered It" "convenient; the
dignity of the republic" V
Brilisti Ship Hutl f
Running Aground
Oil Bank Of Carisl
The British freishtef Wattoawa.
dam aced when it erounded on the
Canal East- Bank, sailed today on
the Ion haul to Auckland New
Zealand, where it is expected to
undergo drydock 1 renairt Rafter
oucnargmg km cargo.
The 10.T27 ton ihip. Owned and
operated by the Shaw, Sapvill and
Albion 'Lin and making 'regular
runs between the United Kingdom
and' south -pacific porta, went a-erc-und
late -Wednesday- nighf af
ter leaving Miraflores Xocki on t
Bouthoound. transit, --'
Assisted to Pief 14 by"tht-Can-
al tur Gatun. ttio Wainawa.i was
found to have a damaged, feqge
xeLport propeller, '-and' t stoved
section plag taverWytl YXo
XKexpite.leakas rrsulttnft in iwo
feet of water every- few hours,; the
vessel reportedly behaved satlsfae-
toriljfon a trial run early today
ana ner owner as well as insur insurance
ance insurance underwriters cleared th thin
for the Ion Pacific passage.
She is expected to proceed un
der reduced speed on the Ifew
Zealand voyage.
Future repair costs of the dam
age have not been revealed.
Seasonal Rainfall
Still Below Normal
At lie Stations
Although that wet splashy
stuff looks suspiciously like
lot of rain to most people, there
hasn't been enough of it re
cently, according to official
Panama Canal weather records
These show in fact that rain
fall in the Canal Zone for the
past six months was well below
normal.
Since January 1 of this year,
the total rainfall reported from
the Canal Zone weather sta
tions ranged from 14.62 inches
at Balboa Docks to 30.69 inches
at Cristobal all under .the
normal amount for this period
Weather records also show that
the average accumulated rain
deficiency since the first of this
year now amounts to 7.75 inch
es.
The monthly report issued by
the Meteorological and Hydro
graphic Branch give the totals
for June as between 17.74 inches
of rain at Portobelo to 4.07 at
Balboa. The average of the 13
weather stations was 8.44 inch inches,
es, inches, or 2.68 below normal.
Runoff from the Gatun Lake
basin continued below normal
for the fifteenth consecutive
month. Last month the runoff
wag 38 percent below the nor normal
mal normal June amount and the sixth
owest since 1014.v

Tee Off In Fictitious Fray With Word-Wise

ed write speeches for Adlai Stev Stevenson.
enson. Stevenson. The girls arrived for the con contest
test contest unshaken and early. Mii.er
was there, too, but his two ex
pert! were nowhere to be seen.
Tney hurried in minutes late, and
the word was they had been stu
dying.
From the outcome, it would be
hard to say what.
The photographers got things
moving by asking the girls whure
they were from, and to spell it.
Mary McFarling, 14, said her
home i Ukiah. Carolyn Storts 14
said the comai from Gualala.
Valerie Turner, 13, gave her town
at mamma,
The congressmen saw r 1 e h t I
then. I euegs. that these Cirls
would be hard to beat.
The rulei were read, and the
trouble began. I

Panama recalled that the

long-standing problem of wages
,ot Panamanian woricers in the
Canal Zone had been taken to
President Eisenhower directly by
rresiaent uirnesM ae la Guardla
Jr. Consequently Panama could
not accept an unsigned memo memorandum
randum memorandum from the United States
in reply.
Questioned about the incident
at his first news conference
aince becoming Secretary of
State, Herte.r said It had hap happened
pened happened lest than 24 hours ago
and that he did not know all
the details.
Meanwhile in Panama, de
la Guardia's cabinet yesterday
announced its full support of
the Stand taken by the Pan Panama
ama Panama Foreien Office in refect
ing the note.
At the same time, the Perma
nent Legislative Committee of
me National Assembly. adopted
a resolution protesting the "dis "disrespectful
respectful "disrespectful manner in which the
VB State Department has at attempted
tempted attempted to answer" a personal
letter from the Panamanian
President,
f 'Theresolution alsn-.taurimrffip
fForelgh office's "firm, action in
Guard Of Honor
Will Give Salute
To Gen. Landon
A jolnf guard of honor ceremony
to be conducted at the unified
Caribbean Command headquarters
will render honors and salutes for
the rank of Lieutenant General to
Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon. de
parting Commander of Caribbean
Air Command, at Quarry Heights
xuesdya at 9 a.m.
Landon, serving as Commander
of the Air Force component of Ca
ribbean Command since 1956, will
receive the temporary rank of Lt
Gen. on Aug. 1 with his new as
signment as Deputy Chief of Staff
for Personnel at Headquarters,
United States Air Force.
The new attignment returns to
General Landon the three stars
which he were as Inspector Gen General
eral General of tho Air Force and which
he voluntarily relinquished to as as-1
1 as-1 sume his command in the Canal
Zone.
The cerpmony will include a
massing of the Colors and the par participation
ticipation participation of honor platoons of the
Army, Navy, Air Force and Ma
rines stationed in the Canal Zone.
Members of the official review reviewing
ing reviewing party, in addition to General
Landon, will be Lieutenant General
Ridgely Gaither, Commander in
Chief Caribbean; Major General
Charles L. Dasher, Commanding
General, U.S. Army Caribbean;
and Rear Admiral Lewis S. Parks,
Commandant Fifteen Naval Dis District.
trict. District. General Landon will leave the
command Wednesday morning for
his new assignment at the Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
Cohelan said on the panel shows
he watches the contestants get
time to confer. Anyway, he said
all decisions would be by majority
vote.
The photogs said please run
through some warmups while they
shot the pictures Somebody of offered
fered offered the word Butler, as in Paul.
Which Miller promptly spelled
"botch," in an obvious effort to
get the teenagers confused.
Then they got down to the con contest.
test. contest. Mary handled slavery, bachelor,
grotesque, and chandelier without
even trying. Valerie ran through
scarce, mm mil I pp lnvnhinfnrv
and tmhrniiWv rmi vn oni hrenv.
fast, disrrennnrv. ppnpsin and
laboratory, with no more- than
a si eh.
Miller got lafely through ro-

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MY, WHAT SHINY TEETH
YOU HAVE Examining the
dental work of the over eight-foot-long
shark he had Just
caught is Sgt. Edwin McMeans,
Signal Communications Serv Service
ice Service of "Quarry, Heights.' The
igrimacing sergeant caught the
Fort Amador ,' causeway near
one of the army signs along
the beach warning "No Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Or Wading, Shark In Infested
fested Infested Waters." (Photo by Pfc.
Bill Seymour, Engineer Re Reproduction
production Reproduction Unit).
Long Leaves Capital
For Trip To Farm
In Vinnlield, La.
BATON ROUGE, La., July 10
(UPI) Gov. Earl Long roared
away from the State capital last
night with sirens screaming and
headed for his farm home at Win Win-field,
field, Win-field, miles from the nearest psy psychiatrist.
chiatrist. psychiatrist. Long's move came as a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. He careened out the back
of his mansion in a new black:
Cadillac limousine, surrounded by
five cars, at least four of them
State Police cars. For the first
time since he got out of a hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, Long was making a trip with without
out without a psychiatrist at his elbow.
And for the firs time since hi
release from an insane asylum
June 26, Long ducked publicity
He threw .up his arms to hide
his face as the limousine sped a a-way.
way. a-way. The Governor left the mansion,
for the first time in 48 hours,
amid reports that his condition
was failing.
But informed sources said Long
would begin his vacation tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow by going to Shreveport, La.,
to take a plane to Fort Worth,
Tex.
From there, sources said, he
would go to Austin, Tex., to ask
Gov. Price Daniel, why he didn't
help him get out of the mental
ward of John Sealy hospital in
Galveston last month. 1
mance. He staggered on aggra aggravate;
vate; aggravate; but got it right on the sec second
ond second try, in clear violation of rule
5, which said once is enough. He
managed gullible and moccasin.
Cohelan handled bicycle and
crescent but was licked oh ma mayonnaise.
yonnaise. mayonnaise. He tried that one twice
without getting close.
Hechler eased through available,
geranium, abdomen, and fallaci fallacious.
ous. fallacious. On seismqgraph Carolyn rolled
her eyes to the sky, tried C for a
starter, and was ruled out under
rule 5.
Miller collapsed under tonsillec tonsillectomy.
tomy. tonsillectomy. Valerie went, down under
tercentenary. Mary drew fictitious
whicn she spelled like that.
She was the only one in the
oom who seemed shocked when
the judges laid

she was wrong,

ivrttuiij

Against Venezuela
Cuba Withdrawn

WASHINGTON.. Julv

Republic today suddenly withdrew its. chotdetfibat Cuba 1

uhu venezueia are piorrina
regime of strongman Rafael

,..'n,e council or the Organization of American Stater
(OAS) immediately began consideration of a compromisi
plan to call a meeting of the 21 American fofeitin

isters to study the general unrest irt the Caribbean. Only
a short time earlier the United States, Brazil, Chile and
Peru had joinedjprces to throw their support behind th
cpnipronjise, - ; : ,,
' Dominican ambassador Virgilio Ordonez said he
withdrew charges against Cuba and Venezuela to "facili
tare council efforts to find a peaceful solution for Ca.
ribbean tensions.
Venezuelan ambassador Marcos Falc6n Briceno said
the withdrawal; represented a "moral defeat" for the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic, m said the Dominican government had
been unable, to prove its charges in the eight days since
it had made them.

Falcon recalled' .that the Do
miniean -fiepublitf1 leveled Its
charges,. July i'2 irS 'the'torm of
j8prnraLjt.r"Jjftj,ar
htreat of 3000 men being train
ed in Cuba and supported by
Venezuelan-supplied aircraft.
"Eight days later, there was
no blood bath as predicted by
the Dominican envoy, nor did
the Dominican people hear
the hum of Vene i u e 1 a n
planes," he said. "This shows
the lack of seriousness of his
charges."
Cuban foreign minister Raul
Roa bitterly attacked the Do
minican government for what
he caued playing around" with
tne council by lodging unround
ed accusations.
Roa said the name of Trujillo
had become synonymous with
aggression and repression in the
western hemisphere.
He also reminded the coun council
cil council that two Dominican offi officials
cials officials resigned this week in
protest over "the indiscrimi indiscriminate
nate indiscriminate killing" after small in invasion
vasion invasion forces landed in the
Domi n 1 c a n Republic last
month.
Roa reiterated the Cuban
claim that the Trujillo govern government
ment government has violated the universal
human rights convention and
the principles of representative
government entailed in the OAS
charter.
Referring to the compromise
resolution of Brazil, Chile, the
United States and Peru, calling
for a foreign ministers confer conference
ence conference on the general Caribbean
situation, he said Cuba would
oppose it unless it is "radically
separated" from the Dominican
charges.
Chilean ambassador Walter
Muei!er said the four-nation
proposal "is a totally independ independent
ent independent proposal. It acknowledges
the Jact that there are tensions
but It does not prejudge the or origin
igin origin of these tensions."
"It is the hope of the Chilean
government," he went on, "that
the proposal will be accepted
and that the foreign ministers
meeting will be fruitful in re re-stuiing
stuiing re-stuiing peace in the area."
Mueller, who was making
his maiden speech before the
Congressmen
The official list, it was noted,
spelled it fictious.
So Hechler was proclaimed win
ner. The girls left mildly crest crestfallen.
fallen. crestfallen. And George Coffey, the
UP! West Coast reporter, raced
off to file the results to Ukiah,
Gualala and Petaluma. When
George was half way through
ruing nis copy. Kicnara naueu,
he UPI teletype operator, got the I
part about Mary losing out on fic
titious.
She spelled it right," Hallett
opined
I called the Library of Congress
for a ruling. The experts there
consulted their dictionaries, then
wisely between school
gins ana
ongressmn.
v.'hat they did say though was
' t Hallett was clearly the win-1

ner.

iiiai yea;

10 (UPI) ThDmt;
ro overthrow rhft. Dnm n
L. Trujillo. ;
organization, emphasised that
the Pan American alliance for
bmw peen'rnrq as a
Mcfal etm-oeratioa.
He voiced confident that
concepts to the eyes of world
by agreeing to a foreigttlalnls foreigttlalnls-ters
ters foreigttlalnls-ters meeting, f
'jb --f
Royal Ballet Gives
Nargol More Time
For World Travel
LONDON, July 10 (UPIKBrifr (UPIKBrifr-iah
iah (UPIKBrifr-iah prima ballerina Margot Fon Fon-teyn
teyn Fon-teyn if now listed on the rolli el
the royal ballet as a "guest" pel1
former, the Royal Opera Housf
announced today.
The announcement said thai
Miss Fonteyn's "artistic home will
remain with the Royal Ballet."
Miss Fonteyn is presently in Rh
de Janeiro with her husband. Dr.
T 1 . I ..
nuuerw Anas, wno new 10 tne t
Brazilian capital last month after j
leaving a refuge in the Brazilian 1
embassy in Panama. v
The Royal Opera announcement
said that "guest" meant limply
that Miss Fonteyn "appears" with
the company when she is avail
able.
"In recent years," the state
ment added, "Dame Margot hat
heen more and more in demand
for performances all over the
world a right and fitting tribute
to her supreme position. It is also
right that Dame Margot's time
should be completely at her owft
disposal and not subject to the de
mands and policy of the Royal
Ballet."
"This arrangement has 'been
made at the suggestion of the com'
nany and with the concurrence of
Dame Margot," the announcement
concluded. V
Miss Fonteyn is scheduled to ap appear
pear appear in London again with th
Royal Ballet in the August season.
Yesterday she and Dr. Arias de denied
nied denied reports that they would leave
Brazil In the next few days and
go to Cuba
Oi ortet Of Timber
Door.hcrs Caught
In Curundu Woods r
Mnre timber DOachcrs were.nab
K.H hu onrio vpcterrlav Within thft
rnmnriii .militarv reservation, in
:the act of making off with felled
mahogany trees
The quartet of
I.
auartet of Panamanian wood
filchers. Jose G. Reteria, 29: Fer
nando Mendoza, 19; Juan E. P
lacloa, 86; and Pastor Rival, : 42,
were technically charted with ma
licious and willful destruction of
government property v- j v i
All four men were sentenced to
five days' in jail, but the sentences
were suspended in favor of nne
year probations. .,:
The trees are in a wooded area
of the military reservation near

he Canal Zone boundary, : :

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNtD AMD .uLlHtO er THB PANAMA AMERICAN NNt, INC.
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.'Sir:

SCOUT SHACK

J! Tim i 1- ) f ., ; 1 TJrtv T. 1 C Unn h I rl l n (T V

i ATVncr? flag casual ouiveyui umi m us-i
I m.... .. n , i 1 T-l 1 ..,.. (nFIi

s,where was Be wticn tne scoui anacK on Amauur xvuau was u u-Jedfcut
Jedfcut u-Jedfcut recznuy?
Sphere has he been Monday evenings, when th& Scout meetings
f ai&teld there?
j S-What has he been looking at instead of noticing that grass is now
icdvlering the whole front of the area?
,"1Vhere was be when a representative of the American Legion

; visited one of our meetings lately?
! iscaase there is no rowdiness in the Scout Shack, it does not
mean that the place is abandoned.
! We are proud of the boys of Troop 3, sponsored by the American
JLegion, who have been taught to live right and to obey the Scout Law.
', Thsre is no reason to believe the Scout Shack is not being used.
jAfter the regular meetings some of the Scouts are happy to remain
. I for a eame of checkers, or for story -telling, or for planning another

. mire

f Troop 3 is a cathedral for the boys, and we are going to fight to
,'keep it that wsv for them, and to give them all the help they need.
U "Casual Survevovr's" mind is beamed towards good deeds,
J we would welcome his help too. It is true that the shack needs re re-Spairs.
Spairs. re-Spairs. Troop 2's American Legion sponsors have promised that these
'repairs shall be carried out.
L'McLure Hall is a good building, as "Casual Surveyor could find
fout for himself by a less casual survey. Were it not for a certain
i amount of vandalism thg building would be even better than it is
tnnWo nnlv hnnp that, the narents of the vandals have by now

; started trying to teach their children standards of conduct as high
;as tJtir Scouts learn under the Scout Law.
, ,Let "Casual Surveyor" ask any Scout of Troop 3, Balboa, what
the thinks of his MeLure Hall Scout Shack and of his Scoutmaster
iDatj Marsicam.'.
I ifiive us a little time we are human beings, not dynamos. And
'I am neither afraid nor ashamed tn si?n my name.
Daniel A. Marslcano,
Scoutmaster Troop 3, Balboa.

Labor News
And
Comments
By VICTOR RIESEL
There's a drive on to license la

bor leaders beiore they can prac practice.
tice. practice. Tnat's becLUse some men wno

call themselves labor leaders

practice mayhem: arson, dyna

miting and looting, not to men mention
tion mention acia nuriing.
Those behind the drive have
been analyzing the little known
Florida la Dor official licensing law.
No man can represent a union
without first registering in the
capital, requesting a license and
proving" his character is unweight unweighted
ed unweighted by the hand of the mob.

Technically this is called Lnap Lnap-ter
ter Lnap-ter 447, Labor Organizations. It re regulates
gulates regulates union activity. Why? The
law states:
"Because of the activities of la labor
bor labor unions affecting the econimic
conditions of the country and the
state, entering as they do into
practically every business and in industrial
dustrial industrial enterprise, it is the sense
of the legislature that such orga organizations
nizations organizations affect the public inter interest
est interest and are charged with a pub

lic use. .

So Florida says that no person

can be a union official who nas

been convicted of a felony or is

"not a person of good moral cha character."
racter." character." That should eliminate a
lot of characters right off.
To obtain a business age'nt's li license,
cense, license, the vanguard of the pro proletariat
letariat proletariat must apply to the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State. The application is
held for 30 days by the Secretary.

During this month any citizen

can file objections to the hcesing

of the union man.

At the end of the waiting periad

this state official presents the

request to a special board, made
up of himself, the Governor and
the Superintendent of Education.
They vote for or against.
However, this doesn't move the
labor official into permanent prac practice.
tice. practice. ,At any time, Florida's At Attorney
torney Attorney General, at the request o
anyone making substant i a t e d
charges can go into the Circuit
Court to have the union leader de-

licensed.

This action goes before a judge

without a jury.

Furthermore, the law says that
no one shall be pushed around around-coerced,
coerced, around-coerced, picketed or bullied if

tie brings charges against tne li

censee. This is worth putting on
the record:
"It shall be unlawful for any
person to interfere with or prevent
the right of franchise of jny mem
ber of a labor organization. The

right of franchise shall include the

right of. an. employe to nuke

all around the base of the tank. Lu.ut,.,..s, me. cnarges, give in-
- Inrm it An M innrl m An.. :

Whon a mnro toninr pmnlnvp fnnnri nut what had haDDened he v icsuiuuur coutern-

a v. a a ...v., v I J mrf tta ti r. nt n t u : rt

covered ud the error hv transferring some of the gasoline from Tank i" ? ",c ''" i ims cnapier,

Days of Our Years ; : 'Tr.:;r

GASOLINE OVERFLOW

Sir:

Mv blood is boiling over the fart that no official action has been

Saken concerning an incident at a Canal Zone oil plant. Just in case
the story as I hear it may be inaccurate in some details, I will omit
the names of the ship and the individuals involved, the times and the
jdate. But I can provide these details if asked. (
The incident, as I heard it described, went like this: A tanker was
discharging aviation gasoline into, let us call it, Tank X. (I can supply
the correct numbers of the tanks involved, too). Through what could
conceivably be looked upon as negligence on the part of the foreman
tm duty, the tank was filled more than two feet beyond danger point.
The breather valves on top of the tank, which ordinarily open
periodically to release the excess pressure;'"were also spewing the
svifltion eas down the sides of the tank on the ground.. The evidence

pf)his remains today in the form of green steins on the sides of the!

tank (100 octane aviation gasoline, wnen aneo, leaves a green siain;

jarra the dead grass all around the base of the tank

X to what I shall call Tanks Y and Z, thereby bringing the contents

pf Tank X down to the maximum safety level. According to my infor information,
mation, information, which of course is not infallible, no tojtrffieinis f either
ihe Panama Canal Company or the oil tompanres concerned were
informed of what had taken place.
I have been told that between the amount the tanker had on
board on arrival and the amount shown as discharged into the tanks
there was a shortage of some 600 barrels (25,200 gallons) of 100 oc octane
tane octane aviation gasoline unaccounted for. This presumably is the amount
that went over the sides of the tank.
Some months ago, to set an example, a Local Rater was fired
from the Balboa Commissary on the grounds that he had taken sev several
eral several oounris of ice, worth a few cents.
Though there was no suggestion of theft in the gasoline case, if
officialdom wants the examples it sets in cases involving a few cents
to be convincing, surely it can hardly overlook an incident involving
the loss, for whatever the reason, of more than $5000.
Disgusted.

I PINBALL MACHINES
ir:
i Having just returned from vacation I wandered in to my favorite
lub for a drink, a bit of small talk, and a few plays on the pinball
fnachine. To my surprise the pinball machine i'as not in its accustom accustomed
ed accustomed place. Checking other clubs in the Canal Zone I fmind the same
Situation. When I asked the reason, I was told that e Canal Zone
' police had decided that it was a flagrant violation of the Canal

- ivuiie- vuue
f asked when the Bingo games were going to be stopped. It ap appears
pears appears that even though the cards cost a dollar each and large sums
$f money and valuable prizes change hands six nights a week in
he Canal Zone, this does not perturb the law enfircers at all. Nor
re they unduly concerned at raffles for automobiles at a dollar a
ticket.
Now I wonder why the Canal Zone Code is so strictly applied in
One case and overlooked in others. Seems to me that the Code should
be rewritten, or that everyone should be made to conform.
Exasperated.

t
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Every Sunday

or the petitionine to his union re

garding anv grievance he rVinv

tave concernine hi memhwhih

nuuwu lavis Lonctfiiiing sucn griev grievance
ance grievance or violation of law to anv
public officials, and his right of
free petition, lawful assemblege
and free speech."
Evary union member na the

right to come up and look at the

nooks, records and accounts."

ine union, under the law, must

Keep tnese accurately.! The union
itself must also register4 anri'uallv
with the stale. It is also unlawful

lor any official to call a strike if

nis union is battling with another
in a jurisdictional dispute.
There can be no mass pickting
to block plant gates. There musr
be elections by secret ballot. Pen Penalty
alty Penalty for viilation of any section
of this law is six months in jail
and or a fine.
Fully interpreted and enfmrn,!

this Florida law

nions as though they were rail railroads.
roads. railroads. Everywhere, committees are
watching Congress to see if a Fe Federal
deral Federal anti-rackets bill is passed.
It may not be. For when AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO president George Meany re returns
turns returns from Europe, Labor's eight eight-man
man eight-man executive committee will
meet to plan a fight against the
Kennedy-Erwin bill.
If the bill is defeats a Hr,,

by the public will be launched in
the states. Those state laws will
be tougher. The public wants ac action
tion action this year.

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DAILY
MLDITATION

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church In the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Pane,
ma Canal Zone.)
THE AGRICULTURE
OF THE ALMIGHTY
"Does he who plows tor sow sowing
ing sowing plow continually? Does he
continually open and harrow
his ground? When he Ms lev leveled
eled leveled its surfec, does h, not
scatter dill, tow cummin, and
put wheat in rows and barley
in its proper place, and spelt
as the border?
RSV
The prophet is wrestling with
the age-old problem of numan
suffering. So often we do not un understand
derstand understand the reason. I s a i i h
tells us this is the way of growth.
The seed must be sown, the

gram prepared for food. In the

process God is the wise and
careful husbandman.
He knows our capacities. Ac Accordingly
cordingly Accordingly He does not trest all

alike. We differ like the different

prams. Each one needs its own
type of soild. Each must be
threashed in. its own way. We

look at the other man who seems
to be prospering while we bare barely
ly barely stuggle along. Who knows but
what h may be a winter wheat

Htk Service, Ine.

The Washington Merry-Go -Round
By DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON It's now possi

ble to give some evaluation of

the hectic, highly important vi visit
sit visit of Deputy Premier Frol

Kozlov to Washington.
Actually the State Department
had not expected too much a a-rhivement
rhivement a-rhivement from his trio. They

knew him as a technocrat who
had concentrated on building
Soviet industrial power, with lit

tle experience in loreign policy.
However. Ambassador M e n-

shikov had hinted during sever

al trips to the state uepari uepari-ment
ment uepari-ment that Kozlov was not a mere

laekev of Premier Nikita Khru-

shechev but had important in

dependent standing in tne Krem

lin. ";

Just hefnm Krlov'a arrival.

Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson
had cabled from Moscow that
Khrushchev was in a brutally
belligerent mood, that he was
convinced he had the Wst on
the run, and would of(er no
ji i

concessions regaruiug dwuii,.
. ThAVTLnaAn Htu- orflifa. sfHtttf Ina

TT erh yuvv
from the extremely 'frank inter

view Khrushchev- gave X-uov
York. '
Thompson warned ,tKet Khrush

chev's mood bordered) on the
reckless and it was s Important

to Keep mm from TnaKing
dangerous miscalculation.
SUDDEN TRIr

Following this warning, both

Eisenhower and Nixon were cau

tioned by Secretary of tate

Christian A. Herter to take

tou?h position in talking to

Kozlov.
Herter advised that the ad administration
ministration administration go out of its way
to be Dolite and "raeions in en entertaining
tertaining entertaining the Busslan visitor.

hut remain unvieldinu on v)lr
'ieies. This was reason why

Eisenhower decided on the nur

fit the moment to lv to vew

York to see the Soviet exhibit.

Th" other resnn TOas Vepnse

the 'Russians made it rlesr tht

if Khrushchev oth pmppfei' tn
reet vi.r)re!ide,,t Tlohsrd M.
Nix"" in Mosenw ""ijenhQwer
would be exoP"tH N erpet

KnloV in New Vnrk. The Trt-

n?e was ronvevH In rather

blunt ingii? a i" 'iii.wH oitlte

a hassle st the White House.

P'eirint KiiPihnwer in tV

Tsst has ref'ised ven tn go to
the WasHin'on Mrnort to pret
"ario" h"d f sf'te0 Irtcl'"'-

intr fh President of Ttalv and
T3rcj(jonf nf p.razfe or o

t" Union Station to ereet the

Ki" nd CWe" r' Civee.

So he pnirpMed shout gotn?
all tH urgv to New vnrk to (rt

a visitor from a leg frlendlv

country "wo was not even
hed of tte.

Though Ni-on honed rip nrn""

o. he remlnd nntrl. F'nallv

JTeHer vfod ti Vrfnnt to go.

This lst-"iiniite oecls'on so
took N"" vork nolice v "r.
arise that tnr was w"' confu confusion
sion confusion at the New York Coliseum.
TOUGH TALK
Lster, during confidential ta"r
in Waihin-'ton. E'senhowe'" did
some toph ta'Vin" o K07I0"
When the deputy nrem'er toH
the President 'hot 14 years af after
ter after the end of a war was time
to end n allied ofnntio" r!" r!"-senhower
senhower r!"-senhower snanoed bar: "That's
nonsehs and Premier Khr.nhchev
knows It." 1
The TVftldent hpn "redded
to recall the wsrHme 'acts a a-bo"t
bo"t a-bo"t Rer"!. Tn hr'af. ho aid:
"The r,ir In "Rerlin He He-cause
cause He-cause of theirr'"ht wartlm

ronourors Berlin, and

Khribe,-' (T "tr not for forget
get forget It. If Khrushchev wants to

which will come to harvest at an

earlier time?

We do not know, but God

knows. His is not a wholsale 0 0-peration,
peration, 0-peration, a mechanized produc production.
tion. production. He does not impose unnet unnet-essary
essary unnet-essary burdens upon us. Each
man la of value in His sight. God

is the good (armer Who knjws

the potentialities of His toil and

His seed.

trifla with the agreements divid

ing Berlin, the Russians might
find the Allies challenging Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's legal right to occupy large
sections of East Germany and
Czechoslovadia.

"After all, the American armies

captured these zones and turn turned
ed turned them over to Russia as part

of the deal to split up Berlin."

Later, Nixon continued the

tough policy advised by Herter.

Needling Kozlov about Russian se secrecy,
crecy, secrecy, he pointed out that the

deputy premier could go any

place in the ViA and had even
visited the atomic freighter Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah which has not, yet been
launched.

Kbzlov kept his good humor
despite this talk, and afterward
made an eloquent Press Club
plea v for abolition of suspicion
and- distrust between thes United
Statis, and :Rifsaia. He handled
Bimsetfwltlitflft skill ot a 'sea-

soned politician accustomed to
name-calling in the public arena.
MILITARY WORRY
While these conversations were
taking place, the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, worried over incr easing
clouds over Berlin, once again
considered reinforcing American
ground and air forces in West
Germany and Europe.
With only about 120,000 Amer American
ican American troops in the area 1 against
400;000' Russian troops $n East
Germany, they figured they had
better begin preparing for a
showdown.
In the past, Eisenhower has
bluntly rejected any such rein reinforcements.
forcements. reinforcements. He still does. He be believes
lieves believes it would create panic a a-mong
mong a-mong our European allies, espe especially
cially especially the British.
But his military advisers point
out that Khrushchev won't back
down at Berlin for a very sim simple
ple simple reason: Moscow now has, the
military strength. A.

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: Lti CoL Robert H. Johnston,
scheduled to arrive this morning
on the USN& Goethals, will take
oyer command of the 4th Gun
BitUlion, 1 517 Artillery, replacing
Lt Col WendeU P. Knowles.
Johnston comes to U.S. Army Ca'
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he was artillery advisor. Fifth U.
Advisory Group. Nation?

al Guard. Kaowlee is due to leave

the Isthmus by plane tomorrow
for a new duty station with the
101st Airborne Division, Fort
CampbeU, Ky..

The Artillerymen marked the

change of commeno wnn a re review
view review this afternoon oh the En-.
winr Quadrangle. Fort Clayton.

Batteries from ,both the Atlan

tic and Paemc siaes parucipaia
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Following the ceremony a re reception
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and departing commanding offic officers
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ton Clayton Officers' Club.
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Interest

On Long Term Bonds
Might Be Waived
WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Treasury's sale of short term
securities -at the highest Interest
rate In 88 years was expected
today to spur congressional ap approval
proval approval of a bill permitting Presi President
dent President Eisenhower to waive the
interest rate ceiling on long-term

bonds.

Th ttaum! Wavs and Means

rnmmitte handed Eisenhower a

major victory Wednesday by ap approving
proving approving the measure which would

permit tne rresiaeni 10 ignore
interest limit when he felt it was
in the national Interest.
The Treasury shortly afterward
announced it had sold a special
issue of 'one-year bills, a type of
security, at an average price
equivalent to an interest rate of
4.728 per cent. The government
has pot paid that much to borrow
money since September 1921 when
it gave 5 per cent Interest.
The high rate on the one-yea?
bills underscored Eisenhower's
contention that the government
has been forced to rely on short short-term
term short-term borrowing, which is con considered
sidered considered inflationary, because it
cannot attract buyers for its lon lon-term
term lon-term bonds with their 4.25 per
cent Interest ceiling.

Investorji have:tieenrp.a$slngpj

long-term government oonas m
order to take advantage of SO SO-year
year SO-year high on interest rites on
private debentures. The" House
bill would allow Eisenhower to
raise rates on long term bonds
k .ttr.ct tnvoxfnrx and switch

W .ill
covernment debt managements

from short to a long-term basis

NumberT
Has Dinner On Illinois Farm Visit

MORRIS. 111.' (UPI) Soviet

Russia's number two man cooed
at a blonde baby in an Illinois

farm yard yesterday' and present

ed her with a pin showing Rus

sia's flag on top of the "world.

Frol R. Kozlov. Soviet first

deputy premier and rated as sec second
ond second in power and prestige only to
Nikita Khrushchev,, was on a tour

of rich corn belt country i5 miles

southwest of Chicago.

Acting like an Illinois congress

man running hard for re-election,.
Kozlov strode buoyantly through

the waist-high corn stalks, com

plimented farmers on their
crops, and talked Russian baby
talk to the farm wives' children.

year-old granddaughter of farmer

John H. Hauscmld, appeared to
catch the fancy of the gray-haired
Russian. i
Kozlov dug into his pocket and
came up with a small metal pin,
The pin showed a globe- with the
Russian flag planted on top of it.
He handed the pin to Debra.
At the next farm, Kozlov posed
holding another farmer's daughter
2-year-old Alissa Robinson, over
his shoulder. Then he went inside
to join Allissa's grandfather at an
old-fashioned conntry dinner with
all the trimmings.
The deputy premier, who had
protested over the size of Ameri American
can American steaks at a luncheon in Ham Hammond,
mond, Hammond, Ind., Wednesday, dug into
generous servings of baked ham,
baked potatoes, parsleyed potatoes,
green beans, fresh corn and ice
cream.
Dining with Kozlov wai his hoot.

James W. -Holderman. Holder-

man's .wife, Ruth, and their chil children,
dren, children, Jim Jr., IS, Roberta and
Romona, 15-year-old twinds, Janet,
16, and Alissa's mother, Mrs. Wil

fred K. Robinson.

Kozlov's down-to-the-farm wel

come was in sharp contrast to
angry pickets who showed up
earlier when the Russian visited"
Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley.

About 100 demonstrators,

watched closely by 200 policemen,

booed Kozlov outside city hall and

waved signs reading "Will the Host
to the Queen Shake Hands with a

Killer?" and "Free Communist

Slaves."

Kozlov: whose constant smile is

rarely matched by the hard glint
in his eye, marched past the pic pickets
kets pickets without a sign that he had

seen them.
He was a different man once
he had reached Grundy County,
where Illinois Gov. William G.
Stratton owns a farm.
Kozlov listened attentively as
Holderman told him how he plants
his corn 20 inches apart Instead
of the usual 40 so that weeds don't
get a chance to grow in between.
Then the Russian pulled up a
corn stalky examined the roots,
and said, "it is a good crop of
corn."

Duchess Of Windsor
Has Scar Removed
In London Clinic
LONDON, July 10 (UPI- The
Duchess of Windsor underwent an
nrvrtinn for th removal nf a fa

cial scar "in a london clinic yes

terday, her secretary reported to today,
day, today, Michael McAllister said the
Duchess Is in "splendid" condi condition
tion condition today
He said the operation was de designed
signed designed to remove a scar "which
was the result of an accident on
board ship during the crossing
from New York in May."
The Duchess arrived here with
the Duka from France Tuesday.

BATTLE DOWNTOWN BLAZE
DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) Nine
companies of firemen battled a
$100,000 fire that swept through
seven downtown buildings during
rush-hour traffic yesterday and
threatened to ignite stores of gaso gasoline
line gasoline in a basement. The fire began
in a four-story salvage building,
one of three structures belonging
to the St. Vincent de Paul Society,
destroying them and damaging
four smaller buildings.

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COMPAMA PANAMESA DE FUERZA Y LUZ wishes to
announce that in conjunction with the COLLEGE OF ARCHI ARCHITECTS
TECTS ARCHITECTS AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS OF THE SOCIETY
OF ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS, tW PANAMANIAN
ASSOQATION OF ELECTRICIANS, the SECURITY OFFICE
OF ELECTRIC SERVICES, the MUNICIPAL OFFICE OF THE
INSPECTOR OF ELECTRIC SERVICES and the Company,
standairil specifications for electric and telephone installa installa-tions
tions installa-tions have been adopted. These specification are in accord accordance
ance accordance with Ihe latest methods and techniques which insure the
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greatest safety and the most efficient and satisfactory service
for electric and telephone installation.

These specifications have been approved by the Office

of the Municipal Inspector in Resolution No.

1959 and were published in the July 7, 1959

lion; of "La Estrella de Panama."

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The Company will conform to these specifications in the
, future and recommends that all interested parties contem contemplating
plating contemplating electric and telephone irisfcallations in buildings now,
' under! constraction and new buildings in the future comply

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was in the SHOW DEL PUEBLO
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the super Italian vedette
full of flavor the first
SHOW del PUEBLO
presented by MARLBORO
in the Olympic Stadium
last Sunday, JulyS.

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When the lights go up,

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There !! Id We r. Tlie stars
corns out. 6Tatfam decides which dress
ntf jewels-to rea forHmtverring.
Ve can wag that Uovado watch
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For a Movado edd Mlretosvery tnova tnova-tnent
tnent tnova-tnent under th HqM N flasftes
0 earning wi thousand f)res
But a Movado watch ia-nwen mors
than an ornament Its owner
always-knows the- exact ftme -a
necessity for every modem woman.
A Rtf. M7. ts K. Gold, faceted itppMra crystal
6 ef. 148, is K. Gold, lactttd aippMfv eryttal

MOVADO WATCHES ar sold and serviced by leading
Jewelers all over the world. In New York It's Tiffany's

and in Panama lt is CASA asiuuh.

C1NTRAL A MI RICA'S
LIADINO JIWIILERS

L Across Th Chase Manhattan Bank

COLON JEWELRY Co., 10th and Front Ave., Colon

tomorrow

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45 pes $36.50
Imported Dinner Earthenware
53 pes 29.50
Mahogany Double Bed 65.00
Passap Knitting: Machine ......125.00
Throw Cushions 4.95
Fiberglass Drapery S.95
Bamboo Blinds 3'
Balsa Wooden Draperies 1.50 so.
Drapery Fabrics 2 00 yd.
Upholstery Fabrics 3.50 yd.
Rattan Couch WMattress
& Bolster 187.50
Lamp Shades 2.50
Rattan Chaise Lounge 104.95
Italian Ceramic Flower Pots 2.95
Bamboo Wall Planter 2 Poles 2.95

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MRS. FARQUHARSON ENTERTAINS AT LUNCH
"IN HONOR OF DISTINGUISHED SCOUT LEADER
Mrs. Robert Farquharson entertained at luncheon yesterday in
Jionor of Lady Olave Baden-Powell, widow of the founder of the World
Scout movement.
I Guests included Miss Barbara Stiles of the International Scout
Bureau; Mrs. Clarita Wright, Mrs. Cristiria Higuero and Mrs. Am Am-paro
paro Am-paro chapman representing the Girl ScoiNs of Panama; and Mrs.
Donald Halmaii and Mrs. Geoffrey Lee, representing the British Aid
Society.

former Isthmian Wtdi
In OronvilU, N.C.
Of interest of the Canal Zone is
flie announcement of the marriage
Of Miss Arline Schmidt, daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Schmidi of
QreenviUe, to Mr. Leonard Winer Winer-man,
man, Winer-man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hich Hich-ard
ard Hich-ard A. Winerman of Bradley
Beach, N.J. The vows were ex exchanged
changed exchanged in early June at the
(freenvillf Moose Club.
The bridea the niece of Bob
Worsley and Mrs. Jack Clark of
the Zone. She was graduated Horn
Balboa High School, and held
several swimming records when
she left here to study at Duke
University.
The wedding and reception were
attended by Mr. a)id rs. Clarke

and their daughters Nancy and
Linda, and Nancy served as a
bridesmaid in the wedding party.
After a honeymoon in the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Islands, the newlyweds will
make their home at 125 North
Shoe Drive,' Miami Beach, Fla.
Balboa High Grads
To Enter Collage
Two graduates of Balboa High

School are among some tuu pros

pective students to be notified of

their acceptance at Mary Wash Washington
ington Washington College of the University
of Virginia.

They are Miss Carol Ann Dimpfl,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

Dimpfl of Curundu, and Misj U-

livia Jess Winstead, daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Winstead of
Ancon.

(10VERBL00M DEVILS FOOD CAKE

23 Cup Cloverbloom Butter
lYt Cups aujrar
3 Well beaten errs
3 Squares melted chocolate
1 cups sifted cake flour

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

Cream butter, add sugar gradually and blend. Add
eggs and chocolate. Add sifted dry ingredients and
; milk alternately. Turn into two 8 inch oiled cake pans
: and bake In .50 F. oven for 35 minutes or until
done. Frost with peppermint flavored Seven Minute
i Frosting, tinted pale pink.

i "th sccrst ei t v V i
that rich flavor" fO (ft

Spanish Club Dospodida
To Fete Mrs. Morales

The meeting -next Wednesday

evening of the Canal Zone Span Spanish
ish Spanish Conversation Club will bs a
despedida honoring the departing
co-president, Mrs. Berta Zelaya
Morales. The event will be held
at the Quarry Heights Officers

Cuib.

The club's regular program will

start at 6 p.m., and barDecued

chicken will be served buffet style

starting at 7.

Mrs. Morales and her husband.

El Salvador's ambassador to Pa

nama, will leave soon for his new

assignment in Nicaragua.

All friends of the couple and

members of the club are advised

to make early reservations by

calling Mrs. F. R. Sanborn, Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 3292, or Mrs. Louis Armas,
Balboa 4281.

CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
Ex-Navy Secretary
Reported Missing;
Reward Offered
BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI)-A re reward
ward reward of $10,000 was offered
yesterday by the wife of Edward

B. Germain, one-time assistant

Navy secretary who has been
missing for a month, for informa information
tion information fcading to his whereabouts.
Germain, 69, disappeared the
night of June 11 after meeting
with some banking friends in
Buffalo. He walked into a parking
lot to get his automobile, started

lor home, but never got thew.vi"r'1j
In offering the reward, MrvA"
flormoln ctinitl ntod It wnnW ho "vJl,

paid if the missing man were
found by July 31.
"RHurarH R fiprmnin .Tr whnsp

home is in Marathon, Fla., saidl

he has abandoned hope his fa

ther, former Dunlop Tir and.

Rubber Co.
alive.

president, .was still

JORDAN REQUESTS AID
Amman, Jordan )upi) Officials
said today tha' Jordan has ap ap-tVied
tVied ap-tVied to the United Nations for
$346,000 in technical aid in 1960.

MACARONI is so much more delicious when
prepared with MAGGI Tomato Sauce!
Mailt jlir llthes taste mi bttttr: me MACCI Tomalo Satire for
thai "final touch" to your favorite dialift of iniHunmi, tpoglidll,
brant, pifal or fish.
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MEYERS TO BE HONORED Rev. Arthur W. Meyer and his family will be honored at a potluck din
ner Sunday evening following the installation of Rev. Meyer as pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church
in Balboa. The service is scheduled for 5 p.m., and will be conducted by the interim pastor, Rev.
Herman Bartz, assisted by Frederick S. Illick, vicar of the Lutheran parish in Coco Solo. The public
is invited to attend. Pictured from left, seated, are Jeanne Meyer, Mrs. Meyer, Lois and Joanne. Stand--ing
with Rev. Meyer is his son Paul. .

200th Anniversary Of Handel's Death
To Be Observed With Concert At JWB

o

To comemorate the 200th anni-

versary of the death of George
Frederick Handel, a special con

cert will be given at the USO-

JWB Armed Forces service Cen Center
ter Center in Balboa on July 16 at 8
p.m.

The program will consist of Han

deo's Italian operatic arias, selec selections
tions selections frpm his English oratorios,
his 10th Organ Concerto and the
Sonata in D for violin and piano.

Participating in this concert

ate Dr. Zdenka E. Fishman, me

zzo-soprano; Dr. Isaac Icekson B.

lohnist; and Prof. Hans Jano-

pwikr, pianist.
Fischman is currently professor
ofmusic appreciation at the Pa:
ama University and sttidied at

the Conservatory of Music and

the Charles University, both in

Prague. On a volunaary basis she
is not directing a monthly class
in Music Appreciation at the
USO-JWB,

Icekson, a surgeon at the Hos

pital Nicolas Solano at Chorre-

ra, studied violin at the National

Conservatory of Music at the Uni

versity of Chile and is a member

of the National Symphony Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra of Panama. He was also well
known in Chile as director fo dif different
ferent different choral groups.
Janowitz has studied In Bohe Bohemia,
mia, Bohemia, Salzburg and Paris and was
a pupil of Liszt in Europe. A re resident
sident resident of Panama for many
years, he is professor of music
at the National Conservatory and
is on the faculty of the Albert
Einstein Institute also in Panama
City, Janowitz has played as so soloist
loist soloist with the Symphony Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra of Panama and the Orchestra
of the National Conservatory.
No tickets available, but ad admission
mission admission may be purchased at the
door. Charges will be $1 for ge general
neral general admission and 50 cents for
students. Servicemen and thp; thp;-dependents
dependents thp;-dependents : will admitted free of
charge.

CAT BEATS RAP
NEW YORK (UPI). Police re reported
ported reported today that David Hill, 29,
was "bitten on the right hand by
a stray cat who had crawled in
his window. Cat not held."

By OSWALD JACOIY
Written for NEa Service

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by Dorothy Killgallcn

Hugh Downs is a good exam example
ple example of what's happening in this
trJntAn f i nflrsnnalitv nnnunr?

era.1 His official title a the J.ck
Paar Show is 'announcer,! out
. t 1 M.A 11

wno u Minnauin or muson vi vi-tv.
tv. vi-tv. Iowa, would feel Hugh had

ihnen arienuatelv described by

o at AnaAiirai mil uN!acT r sUhuuA m- t - -.

rVunT mike "Someday I'M", be that (terin-.aloner H also per-

me A ten collar DiU wouui pneuai, u v, .u-

Silni MtrcSuced. greeted and i- several other leading wnouncers,

identified Vas I man who -says over aioo.uo a year, mi pan

they f aid it couian'i d eaone. v
JSILr ih.f n .nnnunclna. any- nd television stars, and ahead

(Dorethy Kileallem s :,.
cation. Ptoch-hlttlna for her te-
anMuncrs, Jack ttMtrtto.
Thev; said H couldn't be. done.

but Jackie Gleaion didut. ne
told me years go, when I, wti

an ooecure use

thing can happen

nvUuloInn .'tins mlfla the In-

WW .-
nouncer a celebrity in his own

right. Radio had iti giant a
th number two men-uon

Wilson, Harry VonZell,' Jfmmy

Wallington dui iv uns eu

ed the select circie "ewirawiuv.

Remember, if snmedav th

Paar show should disappear

uw ui auwavei, uie puuuc

will mark it up as a defeat for

' v v I'M uii em aiia tia

t ihinlr tVia irrpt Ifi all tied UP Unrol1' it 1 W t mtllUn

in perionawy. Television iuoic mora consumers who lay, "I

personal- a gives t"1"" f""-" now mm ana iiKe nun."
i- n Then: tf ther

like vou. they like your producetJ Many good thine 'come about

Jn' the meantime thef'tnnounc-because. th, stairs ta'ade use of

er becomes ..identified! wim m ,their 'inhOUMer'l ibmties1.1 Milton
star of the show-ai happened w Berle cbnstantl' cHs attention
me with Milton Berle, with Dave to his announcers, and maices

Garroway and with Jackie. them part of his show, Jackie

11.1 .,fl. h.a 1jtt YlOh.riO. Alt' ml nihil. tMm.

DmUV AUUI.1IH II MW i j 7 J J ttimw u VSUlCifl WCIC BlXa

nouncers not oiuy provjuB uuuoi ing. t,uiciaeniauy, i never ma a
for conversation, they give the commercial for the G 1 e a s o n
fat. anmnAtiA 4a "rwiun oST -in fiknur .TanViii'e fasiliner wa T

gag routines. The man with the Want you. Let the sponsor get

gpuusui uuuvit m uim uwu aima, )

itraieht man. oroo man or emer- Mv role with TJava fisrrnwav

gency stahd-in for the star. lis different, of course, but be is

one nignt on me uieason auuw, generous with skuaf and jconver jconver-a
a jconver-a eiant slice of scenery fell back- sations that add anNixtra diraen-

stage. Jackie, with eompletelgion to this businesi of beinc aa

Dear Friends:
As I am continuing; to make
improyements in my service
to you, I'll have to suspend
electrical services tomorrow,
Saturday, July 11th, at th
following areas:

HOUR: 2:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m.

Juan Diaz Highway, from Hipodromo Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon to Puente Vlejo
Urbanlw(cf6n Llano Bonito
Urbanlzaclrtn Campo Pifia

HOUR: 3:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m.
Translsthmian Highway, from Calle "U"
to Ave. Jose de Fabrega, and part of Ur Ur-banizacion
banizacion Ur-banizacion Perejil.
Your Electric Servant,
K-LISTO KILOVATIO

l S.t ait it la fth tesissia'ae' ss Ssrsisw J

The death of Richard Sutton- of
Houston in an auto accident was

a tremendous shock to everyone
who knew him.
At 27 he was one of our most
promising young players and also

one of the finest of the manv

young men I have met at the
bridge table or anywhere else.
Unlike many who sacrifice

soundness for brilliance Dick be

lieved m simple bidding and stea steady
dy steady play,
Here is, one of his typical hands
taken from the Men's Pairs which

he and Mervin Key won at the re recent
cent recent Houston' tournament.

The three no trump contract

was normal and practically every
pair got there, Dick and the care careful
ful careful players made their contracts.

The careless players managed to
get set.
It all depended on the diamond
suit. Dick was careful to lead the

seven- and then drop the mm- u.yi

ten on tne next two leads. Noth

ing sensational just good winning
play.
The careless players led the
deuce of diamonds. Once they led
that card their 10-9-7 blocked the
suit and they had no way to make

dummy's fifth diamond.

Q The bidding has been:
North cms Sooth Weil
2 ?
You, South, hold: i
AQ 108754 VS4J 411 J1
What do you do? i
A Pass, your partner fcai,
been iriven another chance to bid i
by East'i overeajl and you ea'

imww jur maul Micr on.
, TODAY'S QUESTION
Again your partner ha opened
with two diamonds and East has
jvercalled with two hearts. This
time you hold:
J ? 4QS785
What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow

'AH lih thrac minutes while I

find out what's happening back

there. .
Horrv Vnn Xall baa that kind

nt vnrca HlHv In ahtindanee. He

can write, do cotndy or deliver
commercials with equal facility;
But my nomination for the best

salesman of all on television isn i

usually mougni oi as an swiuwr,

hnsmnn'a hnlidav every time Pnqw under

like the cpmmerclsli? And while "fluTV-J- But deep down in-

jwuiuuf iw ma i one special
a. t U MHH ...1

have, a number-tw

most announcers of top caliber

are capawe aciors ana comic .""".""
foils, the public has an extra ?eu,e one. wher

measure of admiration when the
i i t .

man-aDoui-commerciiii eenn
display a flair for thesplng or in injecting
jecting injecting the clever line that gives

a Berle or a Gleason the basis

for a startled look or a mugging

AU the wiwei waur ot sue-

comedians' private monster:

verexposure, k i M t

QUEEN INVITES DE OAULLB
PARIS (UPI) President and
Mrs. Charles de Gaulle have ac accepted
cepted accepted "with great pleasure" an

invitation from Queen .Elizabeth

II to visit Britain next year, it
wa announced yesterday. Exact
date of the visit will be an announced
nounced announced later.

JAP

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of so many that he undoubtedly
couldn't be tempted to go to Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood on any' terms,

a

of his talented announcer, Dur Dur-wood
wood Dur-wood Kirby He'i bound? in and
out of comedy -routines,? and in

...v uiiu VII 'WMiUe Mll IOJ-
low "and now word from our
mnnnani aaiM .....

Frank aUupfeSf became an

the" Perry Como
Goodman Ace's

er.

I he does a commercial. I can't npung.

Hep pui iiiteo. n w,.

ifo ksy and re axed wenmque, u cma-

with none ot tne ume iensu r w m

that rums so many commercials. -v; j ; u- r"1"'1'.
The great advantage fellows in mited function as spokesman for
my business have over the stars e sponsor. He is ;Big Daddy"
is freedom from flops. Tlw itar to a I of us who enjoy being per-

format or material result in low All this would seem to indicate

rtni? and oblivion. -wnoevr -u.i'njiy nappy oeing

heard of a show going off the air W"mJ two man to some

because critics and public didn't f" "J'SSMt nmes in radio

longing.

I. too,

man.

se-

can

Retirina Colonel

Cited By Dasher
frtl rh.lAa. Tl T.1J.

tew tha-surroundi i top name ArW M$ton -VwuU, will

ber-two man, too. This is not 0,3 July 31 after 28 years' active
meant to say don't bt a star. be service.

an announcer. But IfciheMtle 'r F01tre8ithenlni.fdndly re re-of
of re-of Trendexee ''andt?-N I 1 1 (- n Jauons.OjetwetM tbv4JhKe'd States
.1 ..... L....1 .... on1 tKn 0M..A.1 T

mug i a cuy litue iixrii tcciv- scrciai aju 1.111 American
ed behind the lines for "the likes countires in which he has served,"
of us. We don't have to fear the Baldwin was cited in a letter of
comedians' private monster: Ci- annreaintion hv M a v a m

... : t ti u

Charles L. Dasher, commanding
general, Army Caribbean.

paiawittiiWiii te replaced by
Major Sonan C. Grady Jr.

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K.I.I. Sisterhood V ' v-
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The Sisterhood of Kol Shearlth
Israel will sponsor ita emi-anuuil
caka tale next Wednesday at the
Community Hall at Avenida Cu Cuba
ba Cuba and 84th Street.-, :
The sale will start at 10 a.m.,
and lunch will be served from
noon to 2 p.m. Cakes, pies and
lunch will be served from noon to
3 p.m, 1 Cakes? pies t and cookies
will be available, at well as nov novelty
elty novelty Items including aprons.
; The public ii invited to attend.
Theatre Oulld Announces r
Opening 0 f OoW
The-Theatre Guild will prejent
"Odlne" as its first play of the
season Monday evening at 8. ;v
Reservations are being taken by
Mrs. Mary Emlaw, Balboa 4205,
between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m,
Wives Club laiaar
Tonight A Otwllek
The bazaar sponsored by the
NCO Wives Club of Fort Gullck
will continue this evening from 7
to 10 in the Bamboo Room of the
NCO Club. L
Booths will feature handwork,
baked goods, kitchen items, plants
and a fish pond for, the kiddiet.
Panama City Artlt
Wtds In Chicago
Announcement has bene jriaoe
of the marriage of Miss Rosi E E-dythe
dythe E-dythe Katz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Abraham' Kati, of
Chicago, to Henryk Dzienoiarski,
Panama City artist.. ;

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The newly weos are expecwq io
travel here nQt week on the SS
Cristobal and will make their
home in Pananfl City, i t j;

Documentary Film
To Be On CFN-TY
Next Tuesday
A. 30-mlnute documentary film
thnwlns th tint graduation of tha

U.S. Air Force Academy will be

resented Dy,.w-iy on mes mes-ay
ay mes-ay at 3:30 p.m. as the feature
of ''You Aiked For It"
Another special program sched
uled for the coming week is "Om "Omnibus"
nibus" "Omnibus" at 8:30 p.m. Sunday,
wtiM-a 'tha Ahhflv Plavera of Dub

lin are to appe a rin a comedy

enuuea 'Trotessor nmr
A new series of Ed Sullivan
shows returns to the CFN Sched Sched-ia
ia Sched-ia thU wfk: At B o.m. Sundav.

viewers will see a Sullivan show

which has Gogi Grant, uonei
Hampton and Billy Dapiels among
Its stars. f..;
Social To Honor
Father Morales
At St, Luke's
The rector and vestry of St.
Paul's Church will sponsor a "so "social",
cial", "social", in honor of the Rev. Carl Carlton
ton Carlton O. and Mrs. Morales at the
Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon, on
July 20.
Parishioners are expected to at

tend. .

Fr. Morales has served at m.
Paul's for the past year and is
now assigned as priesMn-charge
of St. Alban's, Paraiso.
All services at St. Paul's on
Sunday will be as regularly sched
uled and will be conducted by
Archdeacon L. E. Shirley.
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DIATH TAKIt YARNIU
NEWPORT, R I. (UPj) Kear
Adiri. (Ret,). Harry E. Yaritnll
whit urafnaH (he nation in vain Of

the Japanese war. threat in XW,
died;, last night at ,the ita.al
hospital. He was 83. During 40
years of service, he saw action in

the spamsn-American war, mc
Philippine Insurrection, the China
nH IfvnpHitinn Hurl tiff thfl Rnx.

er Rebellion, the occupation of

vera iruz ana in twin wona
wars.

Fedsr Slab Taxmen
Ganging Up To Nab
Delinquent Cilizens
BUFFALO iV.iS' (CPI)-Fed-eral
and state tax; collectors at,
electronic machines are ganging
up f on tax : dodgers, an' Internal
Revenue commissioner said

yesterday. ' '--'

One tax enforcement technique
being developed for federal-state
use is exchange of coded mag magnetic
netic magnetic tapes, Commissioner Dana
Latham, said in a spe3ch before
the National Assn. of Tax Admin Administrators.
istrators. Administrators. The tapes, containing financial
Information about taxpayers, are
fed into machines which repro reproduce
duce reproduce the data in readable form.
Latham said his staff was push pushing
ing pushing studies; of electronic equip
ment ,"to take maximum advan advantages
tages advantages of their insatiable capacities
and fantastic speeds." The Inter Internal
nal Internal Revenuf Service already does
a great deal of electronic process processing
ing processing and checking of tax returns.

. To Improve exchange of infor information
mation information wlth state officials, Lat Latham
ham Latham said, plans are afoot to en enter
ter enter into formal cooperative en enforcement
forcement enforcement agreements with the
states, f
The IRS already has such
agreements with six states Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Kentucky,
Montana, Colorado and North Ca

rolina. It has informal arrange

ments with others for mutual help
in cracking down on Income and
excise tax evaders.

President's Wife

Answer to Previous Puxzle

ACROSS
I President's
wife, Elizabeth
Kortwright
IHer-i-was
a former
British army
. officer.
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14 Awaken
S Leaser
15 Reiterate ?
17 Note in '
' Guldo'f scale
W Doctrine
20 Prosecute
21 Gratified
25 Alter-dinnc
sweet
28 Spanish
sherry
32 Ranges
33 Thing found
34 Victoria or
Niagara, for
Instance
38 Sea duck
38 Blase
37 Automobile
parts
38 Toothed, like I
saw
41 Genus of

(4 Goddess of the

. dawn
45 Chief (India)
48 Armed fleet
81 Mad'
84Red.beIlied
terrapin
85 Expunged
58 Closed cart'
87 Elevates
1 Greater
quantity

2 European city
3 One of three
for'Columbf-
4 Decay
8 Chemical,
suffix
"Weirder
7 Agricultural
areas
' 8 Exist
(Spinning toy
10 Colon
11 Birthright
seller (Bib.)
12 Plexus
19 Perched
21 Sacred songs
22 Legal term
23 Expanse
24 Mock
23 Numskull
(dial.)

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31 Weights of
India
37 Backward
38 More facile
40 Erects
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appellation
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Hunger Strike Ends
In Georgia Prison;
Holdouts Isolated
RIEDSV1LLB, Ga, July 10 -rtTPn
A hunger strike at Reids-

vlti stntn Prison was broken ud

today when 225 holdouts who re

fused MeaKiast were nanacuii nanacuii-ed
ed nanacuii-ed and hauled away to other pri prison
son prison camps and placed in 30 days
Isolation on bread and water.
State correction' director Jack
M. Forrester said In Atlanta, "I
think this has cracked it we've
got the ring leaders,"
The men who refused breakfast
were immediately handcuffed and
hauled away In waiting prison
trucks supported by 18 highway

patrol cars.
The men were going to be placed
in isolation for 30 days, which in involves
volves involves a bread and water diet.
He hunger strike started yester yesterday
day yesterday at breakfast and some 1,000
inmates, mostly white, had Join

ed the hunger strike at supper

time last night. The prison ha'
2,696 inmates.
Forrester said veteran Warden
P. R. Balkcom this morning told

the men personally that those who
wanted to eat to proceed into the

dining areas. All but the 225 an
swered the warden's call.

J WB To Show
Sports Shorts

Tomorrow Niqht

Several sports films will be
shown at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa
tomorrow evening, at 7:30.
Made' available by the United

States Information Service, these
shorts present the fundaments of

basketball- swimming, and tenm
There will also be a short film
on skilns and another. "Sear Lion

Baseball Team", should prove a-

musmg'to adults and o' particu
lar interest to the kiddies.

FRANC! REJECTS -PROTIIT
PARIS (UPI) France today

rejected Ghana's demand that she

abandon her plan, to conduct nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons testl.nrjhe Sahara
Desert. Authorized sources renliea

that Sahara is French terriiory

and also questioned Ghana's right
to speak for the other African
states.

.EXPLORERS FOUND ALIVaW.
TOULON, France (UPI)-Fo.
lice said yesterday ; that three
young cave explorers who fsap.
Ipesred in a ea v r n "under
,the "Ripelle" hill vfour na i L

north of here have been found
alive. One of the group, Bernard
Milesi, 19, was injured and ia
serious condition, police said.

word For Coininq
"" 'c Kiev MtO
Igenuity paid off for Pfc. Paul
D. Fnoua of A Onmnany, 1st Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, 20tninWrv, as he
coined the motto, "Aloha's Rod
Runner" for which he received
a $5 award from his company
commander, Capt. George A. Gra Grayed
yed Grayed Jr.
The new motto, along with a
slosan of "AnvtinvB, Anyplace,
Anything" was the most imagina imaginative
tive imaginative in the company-wide compe competition.
tition. competition. A law painting of the motto,
which will hang over the orderly
room door, was don by Sn4 Mau Maurice
rice Maurice L. Nadoau. It :derMs a
"road rrnnr" with an Infantry
blue background.

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International Marlin-Sailfish
Tourney Produces Top Thrills

t The 130 people out fishing the
V first weekend of the month long
International Marlin and Sallfisn
Tournament gave the fish a live-J-
ly time, and from all the reports
tS the fish handed the sportsmen
plenty of thrills. Weather was fine
i and the fish were striking all e e-v
v e-v ver Panama Bay especially south
3 '"'east of San Jose Island, near
Cocos Point, and even around Ta Ta-t
t Ta-t : baguilla.

National Leajrue
TEAMS
San Francisco
Los Angles
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
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Today's Games
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
nkiim t Pfttshureh (N)
. San Francisco at Cincinnati (N) ;
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Yesterday's Results
(Twilight Game)
St Louis 000 000 000 0 7 1
phi 026 012 00X 11 17 1
Broglio (3-6), Blaylock, Jeffcoat
and H. Smith.
Conley (7-5) and Sawatski.
(Night Game)
St Louis 021 030 000- 12 0
phi 100 000 0102 7 2
Jackson 8-(7) and H. Smith.
; Roberts (7-8), Meyer, Phillips,
Simmons and Sawatski.

? (Night Game
K Chicago COO 000 102 03 11 2
tji pjtt. 000 000 300 14 a 0
Anderson, Elston Henry (5-4)
.and S. Taylor.
S, Law, Face (13-0) and Burgess,
Kravitz.
(Night Game)
is L. A. 003 000 000 000 1-4 13 2
j Mil. 120 000 000 000 0S 8 0
;' McDevitt, Craig (4-0) and Rose Rose-V
V Rose-V boro.
; Jay, Spahn (10-5) and Crandall

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it S.F.
tf. Cin.

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McCormick, S. Jones (11-8) and
Landrith.
Newcombe, Acker (1-2) and Dot Dot-yterer,
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with Van Vohnaon

Tf u haiiovod that Cant. Robert,

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the tournament.
Outstanding sailfish catch honors
go to Tano Chacon who landed
an 88 lb. sailfish from the out outboard
board outboard motorboat "El Mayor." The
same people were aboard this
boat last year when at the same
place (as of Pedro Gonzalez Is-
American League
ITEAMS
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44 35
43 38
41 39
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Cleveland
Chleaaa
Baltimore
Ntw York
n-troit
40 42
37 43
35 43
34 45
Washington
Kan, city
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Today's Games
New York at boston (N
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Washington (N)
Yesterday's Results
(Twilight Game)
! Detroit 000 000 oooo s i
Kansas City 010 000 4Ux a l
Lary (9-6), Smith and Wilson.
Herbert (6-7) and House.
(Night Game)
Detroit .00 000 0000 5 1
K.C. 100 003 OOx 4 5 1
Narleski (4-9) Burnside and Ber Ber-beret.
beret. Ber-beret. Kucks (3:4) and House.
(Twilight Game)
Bal. 020 031 1108 12 1
Wash. 000 000 0000 7 1
Pappas (9-4) and Triandos, Gins Gins-hpre.
hpre. Gins-hpre. Kemmerer (5-8), Griggs, Wood
eschick and Courtney.
(Night Game)
Bal. 000 014 0005
Wash. 000 000 0000 4
Walker (7-3) and Triandos.
Ramos (9-8), Clevenger, Hyd
and Naragon.
(Niaht Game)

New York 000 300 000 3 6 2 j July 16. Details will be announc announc-Boston
Boston announc-Boston 027 102 20x 14 14 1 ied later.

Turley (7-9), Coates, Bron.sta'l
and Howard. i
Sullivan (5-5) and White
(Night Gam)
Cleveland 020 000 100 S 5
Chicago 100 021 OOx 4 5
Score (9-6), Grant and Brown,
Pierce (9-10) and Battey.
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WOMEN

sailfish was
caught, by the boat's owner Ma-
While reports are not complete
on all the boats out fishing last
weekend, a rundown follows on
what is known so far. One fact
stands out that while there were
many marlin strikes, many of the
fish got away.
ugn W. Cassibry after a two
hour fight had a 400 lb. marlin
which the sharks got before he
could land. Fred L. Rouse of Mia
mi for nearly six hours, fought a
Kblack marlin judged to weigh 1,-
000 lbs. when the hoock straighten
ed out and the big fisth got a-
way. lie caiman, nowever, naa
2 marlin flags flying and they
caugnt 25 saimsh.
The Pescadora boated 9 Sailfish
and Barney Forgeson caught a
179 lb. baby marlin. The Seri
and Lay Ray, and Agewood had
several marlin strikes. On the Q
638 Colonel James Emmett had
a marlin strike, but reel trouble
developed and the fish got away.
He did, however land a 123 lb.
sailfish, on 30 lb. test line. The
boat landed 9 sailfish over the
weekend
Aboard the Nautilus Kan Thomp
son caught his first sailfish, and
Milt Wright fought a marlin for
two and a half hours when he lost
it.
The Flying Scott raised 11 sail.
Bill Adams had a 60 lb marlin
on the hook for 44 minutes then
lost him.
Walter E. Potter Jr. fishing on
the J 566 caught at 456 lb
marlin.
Aboard the Sea Fox, Frank
Turman got a 88 lb. sailfish
The outboards reported a won wonderful
derful wonderful trip with only 2 with motor motor-trouble
trouble motor-trouble on the way back. The
Seri and Soltura hovered near
them in case of trouble. Sleeping
aboard their boats at Pedro Gon
zalez Friday night a north wind
rocked their boats too much for
sleep, so that some went ashore
to sleep in the schoolhouse and
others passed the night telling
fish stories.
On Saturday night more out outboards
boards outboards joined them and the bay
was -a beautiful sight with the
lights of the small boats sparkling
while the Maruquel supplied ste stereophonic
reophonic stereophonic music which filled the
air.
The fleet of small. boats creat created
ed created a lot of excitement for the
150 inhabitants of the town. The
same outboards and more are so-
ine to make the trio aeain about
CLARIFICATION OF RULES
The Tournament Commit tee
would like to clarify that in this
tournament to be eligible for
spinning prizes the fis h e r m a n
must use spinning tackle with 15
lb. test line or less; leader should
not be over 18 inches, and may
be metallic or monofilament 1
or bait must be cast and re retrieved
trieved retrieved with the reel (no troll trolling).
ing). trolling). There will be no ties in the
tournament, but first fish caught
in a category will be the win winner.
ner. winner. All marlin caught should be
registered and entered in the
tournament, and all sail fish
weighed should be entered.
Any prizes not won will go for
marlin and sailfish catches.
LOCATION OF SCALES
Basides the Balboa Yacht Club,
there are scales at the Club de
Yaes y Pesca in Panama, at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Gonzalez Island, at Pinas
Bay, and on one of the At my
boats.
More than 150 people are al already
ready already competing for the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful 37 prizes offered in this
tournament, and many boats will
go out for the coming weekend
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Dodgers Nip Braves
4-3 In 13 Innings;
Face Cops 13th Game

By FRED DOWN
. NEW YORK, July 10 (UPI) Elroy Face is still flyin'

high and Willie Mays is flyin' low again.

These facts and thebrilliant 11
innine relief stint by Los Ange
les' Roger Craig and you have
the big reasons teams in the Na National
tional National League first division feel
like college kids in a teiepnon
booth.
San Francisco ii the new "Kp
dog" with a 47-35 record followed
by Los Angeles a nail game
"down," Milwaukee third one full
came behind and Pittsburgh
fourth only S 1-2 games from the
leader.
The latest shuffle occurred las'
cient wnen ma uiauu gpoueu
Fred Hutchinson's debut with a
3 2 victory over the Cincinnati
Keds and the Dodgers xnocKea
the Braves from first to third
place with a 4-3 win in 13 innings.
The Pirates, coming from behind
for the 27th time this season, edg edged
ed edged out the Chicago Cubs, 4-3, in
10 mnnngs.
The Chicago Whit Sox moved
to within a game of first place
in the American league wnen
they defeated the front-runnuig
Cleveland Indians, 4-3, and thJ
Boston Red Sox walloped the New
York Yankees, 14-3. to drop the
world champions back into lo&ttn
nlace v'.
Two teams swept doubleheaffers
in the A.L. Baltimore boating
Washington, 8-0 and 5-0, and Kan-(
sas my aeieaung ueiroii, o-u ana
4-0
Face, Pittsburgh's sensation sensational
al sensational relief ace, tied a 49-year old
club record when ha received
credit tor hit 13th straight
victory of the season. The 155 155-pound
pound 155-pound right handor, nar goat
of Tuesday's All-Star game, yield
d a score-tying single to Sam
Taylor in th Cubs' ninth but
became the winner when pinch pinch-hitter
hitter pinch-hitter Harry Bright tingled homo
the decisive run In the 10th.
Face's 13-game winning streak
is six short of the N.L. and major
league mark set by Rube Mar Mar-quard
quard Mar-quard in iai2 and his two-year
siring of 18 straight victories al also
so also is six shy of the mark set by
Carl Hubbell in 1936-37.
Mays, hero of the All-Star game
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on I or more decisions)
National League

W L Pet.
IS 1.000
9 S .750
12 4 .750
9 4 .692
8 4 .667
10 3 .769
7 3 700
7 3 .700
T 3 .700
9 4 .692
9 4 .692

Face, Pirates
Mizell, Cards
Antonelli, Giants
Newcombe, Reds
Podres, Dodgers
American League
McLish, Indians
Mossi, Tigers
Walker, Orioles
Shaw, White Sox
Wilhelm, Orioles
Pappas, Orioles
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Cartoon and News Events
Sat. "These Thousand Hills"

MARGARITA Mark Damon e Dorothy Johnson

7:00 "LIFE BEGINS AT 17"
Saturday "Tarawa Beachhead"

G A M B O A Jim Davis Mary Castle
7:00 "THE LAST STAGECOACH WEST"
Saturday "Thh Angry Age"

G A T, v N Elvis Presley o Carolyn Jones
7:00 "KING CREOLE"
Saturday "LJfe Begins At 17"

iPARAISO 7:001
Santa'

"Apache Chief"
and "Tales of
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"PARIS
HOLIDAY"

opened the ninth inning of a 2-2
tie game with a single and then
took oil like a guy on motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, sian Fraucisco's "golden

uoy promptly stole second on
relief pitcher Tom Acker of u;e
Keds ana then scored on Daryi
Spencer's infield hit. Willie Kir Kir-land
land Kir-land homered and Sam Jones pick
ed up his 11th win lor -the Giants
whii8 Frank Thomas homered and
Acker suliered his second defeat
for Cincinnati.
Waliy ikioon doubled and Rip
Repulski singled to give the Dod Dodgers
gers Dodgers the run that tagged Milwau Milwaukee's
kee's Milwaukee's Warren Spahn with his ninth
loss and dumped the Braves uno
third place. Roger Craig, taking
over in the thira inning alter Dan Danny
ny Danny McDevitt was rocked for three
runs and five hits, shut out the
Braves on three hits for the last
11 innings to win his lourai
straight game. Norm Larker hit
a three-run homer off Milwaukee
starter Joey Jay who gave way
to spann in tne eighth, it was
the fourth straight time this sea season
son season that Spahn has lost to the
Dodgers.
Jim Landis drove in three runs
with a two-run single and a sa
crifice fly and Bubba Phillips
homered for the White Sox who
beat the Indians for the ninth
time in 13 meetings. Billy Pierce
pitched a five-mtter to win his
ninth game while Herb Score suf suffered
fered suffered his sixth loss for Cleveland.
Bobby Avila knocked in four
runs with two homers and a
inglo and Ted Williams drove
In three with a homer and a
double to load a 14-hit Boston
attack that totaled 30 bases.
Frank Sullivan breezed behind
the Red Sox', offensive that
kayoed Bob Turley in 2 1-3 in innings
nings innings and tagged the 21 -game
winner of 1M, with Ms ninth
setback against seven victories.
Gene Conley pitched a seven seven-hitter
hitter seven-hitter for his third shoutout and
Gene Freese hit his third grand
slam of the season to lead the
Phillies' 17-hit attack in their first
game but the Cardinals earned
a split on the seven hit hurling
of Larry Jackson. Ken Boyer
hit his, 17th homer and Stan Mu Mu-sial
sial Mu-sial singled home a run in the
12-hit Cardinal offensive.
Mist Pappas pitched seven seven-hitter
hitter seven-hitter and Jerry Walker a four four-hitter
hitter four-hitter as the 20-year old right
handers gave the Orioles a sweep
of the Senators and undisputed
possession of, third place in the
American League. Billy Gardner
and Gus Triandos homered in the
first game. Bob. Boyd had three
hits and Brooks Lawrence stole
home in the- nightcap.
Kay Herbert and Johnny Kucks
each pitched a five-hitter for the
Athletics, who also were aided by
a homer in each game, by Bob
Cerv. Herbert struck ouf 10 and
walked two in winning his sixth
game and Kucks fanned two and
walked two in winning his third.
Sports Briefs
CUBA TENNIS CHAMPS
NEW YORK (UPIHCuba be became
came became the tennis champion of the
southern section of the American
zone Davis Cup play Wednesday
when Argentina defaulted. Cuba
will play' the winner of the North
American zone. Australia, Mexico
and Canada are the competitors.
KNICKS SIGN GREEN
NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York Knickerbockers have signed
Johnny Green, Michigan State
scoring and rebounding star, to a
1959-60 National Basketball Assn.
contract. Green was the Knicks'
top draft choice this year.
SERVICE SERIES SET
THEATERS TODAY
COCO SOLO 7:00
Alr-Condltioned
George Montgomery
Talna Elf?
" W A TJD 8 1"
Sat. "Apache Woman"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
o Joanne Woodward
o Yul Brynner
"The Sound and The Fury"
Sat. "Last Stagecoach West"
Crui 7:00l
Camp Blerd 7:00
THE OLD
MAN AND
THE SEA"

Major Leagues

To OpertVifwk
Apart In '60
By ID SAINSBURY
CHICAGO rUPI Malor le'imii
club workers voted yesterday
to open the 1960 season 6ne week
anftrt in hnth lan0iw fna- iho
lareest interval in nnanlntr Amtm
since the league were formed.
ine American League will cut
back from its earliest opening date
ever this vpar in Anvil 10 iocn
and the National League voted to
open on April iz, approximately the
same date as this year.
The American Taurus aim m.
proved the suspended game nC?,
vuiuug mio me book a provision
that all games halted before nine
been played by curfew, light fail failure
ure failure or time limit, will be com completed
pleted completed from the noint whr th.
game was stopped.
- ine American League ha had a
suspended game rule once pce-
viousiy, ior nan or. the 1953 season
opening will be separated by a
seven-qay span, noth leagues will
close on Oct. 2.
. "Because of travel riniMmint
w need 172-174 days to satisfac
torily piay 154 games," president
Warren Giles, nf K Ma t inn a 1
League, said. "Because of the
World Series both lea mini ahnnid
olose the same data and we can
jhffer our clubs the best schedule
loetween April 12 and Oct. 2."
President Joe Cronin of the
nmeiii.au league said mat while
the two leagues prefer to coordi
nate scneouies, "the National
League has a geographical prob problem
lem problem and we felt the 19th was"
conductive to better weather."
The American Taii in ff,.
was giving up after a one-year
trial at an arlior nnonlnir Am
while the National League was
uuiumg xo me poucy of earlier
openings adopted last year.
ine ciosmg date of the season
is the same as usual, approx approximately
imately approximately the last Sunday in Septem September
ber September or the first Sunday in October.
LEADING
Bitters
(Based en 200 official at bats)
National League
6
Aaron, Mil. 78
Gilliam, L.A. 75
White, St. L. 75
Logan, Mil. 66
Cepeda, S.F. 81
AB R
320 58
264 54
270 45
223 27
324 56
223 29
326 53
297 58
309 65
283 46
H Pet.
117 .366
91 .345
93 .344
74 .332
107 ,330
73 .327
106 .325
96 .323
96 .311
88 Ml
Cunn.. St. L. 72
Temple, Cin. 81
Robinson, Cin. 80
Mays, S.F. 79
Boyer, St. L. 77
American: League

Kuenn, Det. 75 299 51 106 .355
Kaline, Det. 69 269 44 90 .338
Runnels. Bos. 76 301 45 101 .336
Fox, Chicago 79 323 41 107 .331
Wood., Bal. 74 236 33 75 .318
Mantle, N.Y. 72 273 54 83 .304
Power, Cle. 77 310 64 94 .303
Skowron, N.Y. 71 274 37 81 .296
Lopez, N.Y. 77 296 45 87 .294
Minbso, Cle. 77 294 44 86 .293
Bridges, Det. 82 294 28 86 .293
Kubek, N.Y. 70 '266 36 78 .293

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Lemon, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
76
73
72
63
63
70
62
60
58
57
57
Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Boyer, Cards
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Lemon. Senators
Triandos, Orioles
25
23
22.
18
17
17
28
24
21
20
21
FIRE THREATENS VILLAGES
OPORTO. Portueal (UPI)-A
bush fire whipped along by high
winds thraetned several villages
on a 12-mile front as itspread
through a forest area in a state
reservation south of here.
PRESMNTF
Theatre
Panama's Art Honse
- No. 1 Peru Ave.
NOW PLAYING!
France's "Best Picture,
of 1958"
THE CHEATS
tt
(LES TRICIIEURS) S
In French with Spanish
Subtitles I
PROHIBITED FOR MINOR
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WON BUT LOST Paraiso bantamweight Herbert McDonald (right) -bounces
a right off the jaw" of Chorrillo's Isidro Herrera during their
three-rounder on an amateur boxing card last night at the National-.
Gym. Although McDonald appeared to win clearly,! the judgessgavo -the
fight to the Panama boy by a unanimous decision. The spectator!:,
voiced their disapproval with boos and catcalls
Carvajal Decisions Morocho
In Hot Amateur 3-Rounder

By J.J. HARRISON Jr.
A four-rounder in which Juan
Nieto, 130 1-2, took a unanimous
verdict from Rafael Jimenez, 134,
was billed as last night's main
bout at the National Gym but as
far as the spectator wera con concerned
cerned concerned the most important and in interesting
teresting interesting fight of the evening was
the return clash between Chorrillo'
Kid Morocho, 103 3-4, and Mara-,
Son's Pedro CarvajaL who uppea
the scales with all of 95 pounds
Carvalal, using a consistently
punishing left cross and an as assortment
sortment assortment of other punches with
both hands, took a unanimous
decision from his rival who had
beaten him several weeks ago
In their first meeting.
Although outweighed by eight
and three-quarter pounds, Peoro
led the attack most of the way,
weathered the storm of his heav heavier
ier heavier foe and insured his Win by
sending Morocho to the canvas
for an obligatory eight-count in
the third and last round.
The undersized gladiator gave
the enthusiastic crowd, wnicn m

eluded many Americans .plenty -dTiutod three-rounder.
thrills from start to finish' and, the ; fa. the curtain raiser Pedro Ca.

Gabriel Zarak
Putt Putts 7
Holes-In-One

' (pounds of sugar, the gift of the
x, u .... ,jf.(Azucarera Nacional, were raffled
After the fifth week in the, Putt anjong spectators., vS f
PuM lpaeue many changes hive, a,,,.. xj. ,. .nj

finally broken the tie that nas held 'Swift an(1 Co prodUcts were siv siv-them
them siv-them and the Colonial team in. n t all tho fihtir wh tnnu

first place for four straight weeks.
in m wee.
some outstanding scores-, vraonui
Zarak. who plays for the :ANiA
team, shot seven holes in. one in
a row. Anis teat neat me au-ume
Putt Putt record for consecutive
ones. : : ;
Gabriel can be very; proud of
this acomplishment because of the
fact that there are 147 Putt Putt
golf courses and each one is ex exactly
actly exactly alike and there ha probably
been over 80 million of Putt Putt
played and this the best ever done
in consecutive one.
The following gives a run down
of how the competition is runn.ng

w l r TS
Los Independientes 4 0 1 3057
Colonial 3 1 1 3059
Jantzen 3 1 1. 3042
Ansa 2 12 3114
Galaxie 2 12 3254
fBtesh 13 1 331G
Panama Insurance 1 4 0 3700
Cuentas Comerciales 0 5 0 4034
These are the leaders for holes
in one:
J. Paz Rodriguez S4
! J. A. Vallarino, 33
Raul Delyalle "' 32
Fred Humbert 31
Bill Cardoze 31
Carlos Badiola 3i
Ailgusto Lindo 30
Ricardo Li nee 29
G. De, la Ossa 29 1
Jorge Watson
A. Pa Rodriguez 29 n

BALBOA THEATER
::AiR-90NDlTitONEP;;:f f

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Added
CARTOON and
NEWS EVENTS 1
DON RICHARD III

HURRAY EGAN REM1CK 0'iVDiS : WHITf.'JIN ;

, 0AV1O WElS6ART RICHARD REISCIIER :J Xi.tyii.
'L ALFRED HAYTS fmmWS:

mi

little lad received a tremendous
ovation from the satisfied custom-
Maln-eventers Jimenez and Nie Nieto,
to, Nieto, who willed i round and'
."punched" wakly at each other
at times, could have taken a lev
son from the scrappy little guys 1
who more than, gave the fens s
their. money's worth.
. In ftwe-round. prelim Isidro"
Herrera, 116 3-4, (Chorrillo) took'
an unpopular decision from Herb Herbert
ert Herbert McDonald, 116 3-4, (Paraiso)
m a lively bout which brought loud
and long boos and catcalls wljea.
the verdict was announced.
McDonald anneared to win tho
first two rounds clearlv with ef
fective jab and hooks and al although
though although he slowed down in tho
third and final heat, most in at attendance
tendance attendance felt the Paraiso boy had
earned a clearest victory.
Subsititutes, Pablo Delgado, 121,
and Francisco Gonzales, 118, wh
fought in place of Clyde Thomas
of Paraiso and Ansel Avals at
Marafion, provided good action
Def0Pe Delgado
won by kayo in
- .s ia irf third fana f .nh.ri:
, ceres, 106 1-2, kayoed ubstitut
uiise Powell, 105, in ten econns
of the third heat of
a match get
for three.
Tho loser, who had taken a
boating In tho first two round r.,
sat on his stool when tho genj
sounded to start tho final round
and-was counted out.
! Three sport shirts, djonated by
Confecciones Corona, and ten
part n .the amateur progrnm
arawn up Dy tne unorruio Boxing
jclup. i,
Today ENCANTO
15c
At 9:00 p.m.
"Los Monarcas del Aire'
On the Screen:
A GREAT DOUBLE!
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WARNING!
I'ixjk a;.':; m &
f ATRICIA Vw STUART.

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- TBT rAXAMA AMIBICAS AN PfPIflXPLNT DAILY KIWSPAKB
FAGI SIVIM
JmBBDMnds Welter T itii Against Unbeaten

rWDAT, JTOT 1, 1959

- J?
DehtiyMoyeri

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ToRo0i:Rpcetrack Card

Race Iratlr.GrarJedr Entries

, Jockey

U.

Uddt

i -Soielar lmp.'ST Fas. .OO'v, Ptri Closet 1:05

1 Tierral B. Aguirre 116 emV st here
Vnrioso J. Gongora 115 -Reportedly ready
Kancel H- Gustines' 112 ; -Good recent race.s
Hpftdrina- G. Emo 102X-WM score soon
tTLuttaSo" J. UUoa 110 -Better this week
6Edimbur6 B. Raeza 1C8 -Ha otxl workouts

32
101
2-1
15-1
2-1
41

Pool Closet 1:30

Ind RACi QF THE ,1

A. Lorless 103x Nothing to indicate

4 rUi..4

L-MiaS P. H. Mora 115 -Good early speed

J-Daeon Jose RodriguezW -Ran wey m si
-.Matriculado A.' Credidic115 -Improved W last
S Cuauita R.'.Crui 105x Depend : on- start
Su-No Then H. Hidalgo403x--Weak effort last
T-r(Frij6Uto G. Vasquez 106 -Rates- good chance
(fcmpire Cross B. Baeza 115 -Seems best here

30-1
13-1
81
5-1
51
10-1
12
12

trd Race "C and D" Nat. 8 Fgs. Purse $425.00

v 8.' Baeza 108 wisjtincehiiawlicaps
V. Castillo 120 Has beaten better
H. Gustines 116 -Strong effort last
A. Gonzales 10i Distance to liking
S. Carvajal 110 Can score, here

Pool Closet 2:00

1 Domitila 'V
2 Mellizo
S Black Bee
4 Julie
5 Don Grau

EVEN
3-1
2-1

4th Race 1th Series Imp. 7 Fss.Purte $400.00

QUINIELA
1 Thunderstreak A. Lorless llOx -Nothing recently
rrt M fiuerrero 105 Hopeless case

J licenciado J. Samaniego 113 -Could get up here

4 Rutilante

5 Introduction
6 Lanero
7 Latino
8 Greco
Victoria R.
10 tuti Fruti
11 Cordial

Ith Race "B"
1 Daniel 1
tSatt Vicente
I Tingat
4 Chito
5 Y6sikito

s. Cruz llOx Rates ood chance

J. Waint JOlx -Nothing, to recommend
H. Gustines .113 Strong race last time
X. GoftgoraJLia -poesn't, seem, likely
H. Hidalgo 105 -Would pay off,
A. Credidid 115 Ran well in last
8. Baeza 113 Form indicates
G. Montero 119. Could make.it now

Nine fourth series imported

thnroushbredi will match strides

in the featured $600 seven fur-

lone SDrint tomorrow afternoon at

the President Remon racetracK.
Albigense and Bright Spur, sec second
ond second and third respectively be

hind Sputnik last,, sunaay, ww
probably go off the co-favoMes.
Vespucio, an impressive winner
his previous time out, and Nebns-

ca are sure 10 De neavuy oauru
in the mutuels also.
Npoful Plavbov. Horacio. Abo-

ldiiuo.' and Brote complete the

list of enures lor mis prospecuvc

thrUler.
Fractious Nebrisca will have tlie
services of leading jockey Brau Brau-lio
lio Brau-lio Baeza. Braulio's arch rival,

Heliodoro .Gustines, will guide
Vespucio. Strong-armed Jose U U-lloa
lloa U-lloa has the assignment on Albi

gense while Homero Hidalgo win
again try to lift Bright Spur out
of his losing slump.
Neeful. an outsider which

rates a bet, could get up here
under the handling of Hemani
Mora. Little Hernani is in the
midst of a successful comeback
after more than iive years inac inactivity.
tivity. inactivity. Antonio Jordan will be aboard

5.0 Playboy, no rider has been as as-41
41 as-41 ; signed to Hqracio, Virgilio Teja Teja-;
; Teja-; da will guide Abolengo and Ro-

ilando Cruz will handle the reins
Pool Cot 2:30 on Brote.
: The secondary attraction is a

, $500 seven furlong sprint for
.1ftV fifth series imported racers. Ka Ka-so.)
so.) Ka-so.) dir. Maniart, His Majesty, Col Col-f
f Col-f tro, Cervecero and Embassy are
scheduled to battle it out in what
5y shapes up on paper as a wide o-

t

v

9-Yeor-OW
Challenger
Is Unbeaten

v By HAL WOOD
PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI)-Amid
rumbling of "gangland justice,"
Don Jordan of Los Angeles puts
his world welterweight title on
the block today at sundown

against unbeaten and slightly un

HOOFBEATS
By Connulo Sat geant

PEDRO MIGUEL
Advance notice to all Isthrnain

j j trap shooters. Our regular

El Venenoso and Fille are the The lastest jockey battle was anj Embassy. Will he quit coirl

Gun Club iSutes

only newcomers scheduled to
make their debut at the President
Remon racetrack this weekend

Both are entered for tomorrow's

program.
Fille is an entry in the 6th race
for imported maiden three-year-olds.
This black coated Argentine Argentine-bred
bred Argentine-bred daughter of Snob-Fabiola is
owned and trained by Isaac

heralded Dennis Moyer, home (Maestro) Gustines

town hero. i El Venenoso, originally named
Jordan, who whipped V i r s 11 Cariffoso, is scheduled to stan in
Aklns of St. Louis twice to wip tomorrow's first race agains t a
and then retain the title, has aeeu good field of three-year-olds over

instauea as a iz-o iavorue. furlongs. He is a chestnut

The bout will be staged at

Portland Meadows, a horse-race

offspring of Romantic-Camorrera.

Alfredo Boyd owns the coit wnue

monthly registered trapshoot wP 1
be held next Sunday, July 12 at I
10 a.m., sharp. ;
Program will consist of 100
targets, as follows; 50 target from"T
16 yard rise and 50 targets ;
from ATA yardages.

reportedly a half hour duel be-at the first challenge as usr.al?
iween Heliodoro Gustines and wish I knew.

Fernando Alvarez Monday mor- Deauville's 12 2-5 25, 37, 50 lor ; This will be another of our po-

ning at tne ban trancisco Deacn. i the four furlongs was just as un I pu.ar merchandise shoots. Jiva

Some seven or eight persons wit- nressive. This horse really has hit

nessed the fight which it was peak form.
claimed ended in a draw as each oOo
rider scored two knockdowns. ... r,

UUHO UldVKSIIIILIl UUIB VTJII.a

His Majesty's repeated disap- a Gonzalez is back on the Isth-
pointing performanceV continue lo mus afte.r coue V.
,..1- it. Th!. no.t,m homeland. The former owner of

yucAic mo uaiiuivi o. a iuv

o"val in Limi 1 torewm. plying his trade

I several second rate racers is ex-

manythat he has become a mor

ning glory.
His Majesty usually turns in a

iuxubuu Aill-euu ouyu owns uie cuiv itiuic .. - t. j;,
track, and promoter Tomm Moy-!Doraingo emare does the train-lsl"hn "k""t- 2"
er, Denny's uncle, expfccts a Sate jn- mally when race day comes a-

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pen race.

Natives Fjt. Porta $450,00 Pool Closet 3:00

H. Sustins 108 Good Tecent "races
G. 'Vasquez 108 Better each time out
B. Baeza 108 Jockey may help
V. Castillo 116 Form indicates
H. Hidalgo 109x In fight to finish

J?".1 1 Nine other interesting races are
401 included on an attractive pr6-

New 3Wim Classes
At Balboa Pool
To Begin July 15

5-2
32
5-1
2-1
5-2

IHi Ra 7Hi Series Imp. Fjt. Porta $450.00 Pool Clotat 3:40
Itt RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Behader G. Milord 1J5 Confirmed plug
8 Parasol B. Baeza 115 Reportedly improved
3 6torongo F. Sanchez 109x Distance to liking
4 Recife 'H. Hidalgo lOlx Rates chance here
5 Serres Roatf IL'1 Gustines, 108'WiH fight it out
6 Emily Mary J. Villanue; 112x Chance despite rider

Trti Rac Ith Sariat Imp. Fot. Porta 400.0O Pool Clotat 4:05
- 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE.

25-1
9-5
3- 2
4- 1
2-1
5- 1

1 Rey Belot B. Auirre 115 Blazing early speed
2 indertrack F. Sanchez 103x Good recent races
3ramajuana J. UUoa 112 Could score again
4 Mi Cautiva G. Vasqiiez 115 Rates fair chance
5 Double Dee B. Baeza 112 Better this week
6 Loberia H. Hidalgo 109x Could score here
TSimimeno Jose Rodirg. It? --Returns from layoff
8 Lo Moscoso H. Gustines 115 Form indicates..

10-1
io-;
5- 1
6- 1
21
4- 1
5- 1
3-2

Ith Race "Special"

Imp. 5 Fgs. Porta $650.00
QUINIELA

Pool Clot a 4:40

of $80,000 to be paid by about

8,000 fans. Against tms, joraan
has been guaranteed $70,000.
Jordan and his manager, Don
Nesseth, have been the targets of
a lot of conversation about "gang

sters attempting to gain control

of the welterweight crown."
DETECTIVES KEP WATCH
As a result plain clothes detec
tives nave been around the Jor Jordan
dan Jordan camp quite often to watch
over things "just in case." Inves Investigator
tigator Investigator Jurrary Logan of the Port

land police, has Deen a regular
visitor. However, he also, is an
inspector ior the State Athletic

Commission.

Mover is a rrotege of Sid ria-

herty, the man who piloted Carl
(Bobo) Olson to the world mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight crown, and took Eddie

Machen (for a time) into a posi position,
tion, position, at the No. 1 challenger for

the heavyweight title.

In 20 fights, the kid, who is only
19 vears old. hat not known de

feat. And he doesn't anticipate

he'll get licked this time. But

he's not bragging about Ms

chances.
"I'm just happy to get a cratk
at the title," says Denny, "And
especially in my home town."
CROWD FOR DENNY

round. This week he has again

turned in the best workout vith

at the local oval in the near fu future.
ture. future. oOo
Expensive Argentine thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred Liberator, a top class per performer
former performer at the San Felipe race racetrack
track racetrack in Lima, Peru, is ready to

make his local debut next Tues-

1 Roina Negra 1 B Again 115 Form indicaets
2 Barracuda1 H. Gustines 11? Hard to "beat here
3 Ouien Sera H. Hidalgo 105x Nothing to indicate
4 Be'duque M. Chalmers 101X Has shown nothing
5 Old Smuggler. Vasouez 108 Improved n last
6 Juana de Area Jv UUoa; 113 --Big disappointment
7 Fille H. Pitty 109x Reportedly speedy
8 One For Me B. Baeza 112 --Could score here

9th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgt. Porta 100.00
ONE TWO

New classes wiU beein at the

Balboa Swimming Pool in junior

and senior life saving, water

safety aid and also an adult
man's swimming class. We've

had many requests to start a

men's swimming class so now is
your chance to take advantage of

our courses and learn to swim.

In order to register tor me

have completed Junior or sehiof

life saving and be at least ia

years of age. Water polo is still
going on. Following Is a list o
the times and days of the new

Water safet y aid Monday
through Thursday 8 9
Jr. and Sr. life saving Monday
through Thursday 4:30-6
Men's "swimmiig class Monday
and Thursday 6-7.
The junior and senior life sav saving
ing saving class and water safety aid
class will begin on Wednesday

jJuly 15 and the men's swimming
2-1 class will begin on Thursday Ju Ju-3
3 Ju-3 2 ly 16.
10-1 I

It Is probable that per cent
of the crowd will b rooting for
Denny. But this doesn't bother
Jordan. "Last time I fought Akins
was in SL Louis," he recalls.
"And I don't think I had a friend
in the whole place."
The bout Is scheduled for the
15-round distance and will be tele televised
vised televised nationally (NBC) with a re re-gioaal
gioaal re-gioaal black-out. xtA"'
Because Portland Is on stand standard
ard standard time, the fight will get under
way at 6 p.m. (local time) in
broad daylight. The weather fore forecast
cast forecast ii for clear and warm.

Both fighters are expected to

come into the ring Just under the

welterweight limit of 147 pounds

and both camps report their bat

tlers in top condition.

5)1 f

10-1
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13-1
52

Pool Closes 5:15

1 Brote
2Abolengo
S Nebrisca
4 Horacio
5 Vespucio
6 Play Boy,
7 Neeful,
8 Bright 'Spur
9 Albigense

R. Cruz 102x Trailed in last
V. Tejada 102x Not good enough
B. Baeza 115 Scratched last week
G. Vasauez 110 Aiming for payoff
H. Gustines 110 ould score again
A. Jordan 115x Not with this rider
H. Mora 108 ould be uDsetter
H. Hidalgo lOOx Lone overdue
J. Ulloa 118 -In fight to finish

50-1
50-1
3- 1
15-1
4- 1
j-1
5- 1
3-2
2-1

Rata 5th Sarlet Intpi 7 Fgsl Porta. $500.00 Pool Clotat 5:40

1 Kadir c. A. Credidio 112 Great effort In last
2 Maniart B. Baeza .110 Gets real test here
S His MljestyVYJi Flloa'lio Big' disappointment
4 Coltro hvH mn Hard to-beat here
5 Cervecefo 'Ml?. nrlnnon Not good enough
6 Embassy HJ'iGustines 105 Dangerous contender
11th Race 7 Serial lmp. ': Fi. ura $450.00 Pool Clotat.
- it J CtoE TWO
1 Kepsingtoft,J ;JS. JSanCheHmjx Early speed only
2 Joyero ; G. Ramos 87x Couid surprise
3 Terldy r J: Waftit l'Ox Rates outside chance
i-JuHft Verne Jose" Rddrig. 105 -Must go lower
5 Madame C." "A." Gonzales 104 Usually close up
6 Pangal C. Ruiz 115 Could get up here
7 Bathina .. V. Tejada. 96x Doesn't seem likely
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7 p!.,w!!t'. cuaale wini.J for a half mile Mi Deseo and Blancor. Libera-
Surumana arJ armar n.tU. He goes tomorrow against Ka- itor is owned by Ricardo A. Miro
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row's seventh race and has been
turning in creditable workouts.
His only handicap is jockey Jose
Rodriguez who has not been aMe

to reach the finish line first for
many months.

Esteban, a scheduled starter in

Sunday's third race, is considered
so superior to the field of Class

F natives he will oppose that he

has been excluded from the bet

ting. tsteDan nas Deen away

from the races for more than a

year with weakened underpin

nings.

Surumeno will race under the
colors of the Stud Blue and White
with Oscar Ghitis listed as his
trainer. Esteban is still the pro property
perty property of the Haras San Miguel
but Emilio Mejia Galvez now
trains him. Manuel Rivera did
the training when the chestnut
son of Keyhaven-Lituana was
breaking records.
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Dr. Bill's new owner-trainer is

Arturo Julian Dorade. .Call Cirl,

formerly owned by the Haras

aan Miguel, nas aiso cnangen

hands. She was bought by Manuel

Takata Paz while Fortunato Hidal

go does the training.

Oliver is another racer, that re

appears under new handling. He
is now the property of the Stud

Lucky Chief and Gabiel Cruz

does tne training.

Omen Sera has been returned

to the racetrack and will race

under the colors of the Haras Nn-

cionales in the future. Cesar (Lit

tle Caesar) Harris will- 4o- .the

training. rpfv-yi.

His Malesty. Idem and Aeribl

Trumpet will race with blinkeis

in the future. .Kensington, Qfo-

rongo, Cindertrack. MaracaiW

Zumar and Lancaster will all

sport the colors of the Stud Rev

del Bosque witn Jose Oscar Men

doza in charge of the training.
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between jockayt caused the Pa Panama
nama Panama Gambling Control Board
to paat a ruling to the affect
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ly automatically suspended If they engage In
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High gun getting its choice then-' :
down the line. ,Also a high ju junior
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shooters Who think they are good..
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PHILLIPS Oeid CoHi9
Houses
OR RENT: Furnished chalet In
48th and, Bella Vista, left hand
No 25- Two bedrooms, living living-room,
room, living-room, dinincj room, kitchen,
Service, $100.00. Garden. Tels.
3-1683 and 3-6Bo.
FOR RENT : Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished three bedrooms house, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, bar. air-conditioned,
yard, in Cangreio f
No. 10 For information call Tel.
J-4619.
... nrk.IT V m',Amnr in
PUR Ktri i
Crests"' Three bedrooms and
two baths. Maid s room with bath.
, j:.:..,i.m Garage. Lo-
,.,. 'near the French Embassy.
formation call 2-0893 or
For in
2-089).
on ttwT Unstairs chalet.
.i.. ..:..! near Panama

m't Hotel, two bedrooms, living din din-Sl
Sl din-Sl M-s Mn kitchen, garage, maid s

t u ...h. End Via EPa-

e F room, w J;
y ft. with house, next Radio M.ra-

i mar. $100 OO. iei.
U-"TOR RENT: Comfortable
4' rfp.rtment In residential area, air air-'1'
'1' air-'1' conditioned. Private porth tele teles''
s'' teles'' -j Whone, bathroom. Call Saul Men Men-des
des Men-des 3-3516

Commercial Sites

FOR R I N T: Office .pace,
1 Mercedes building, above Avenlde
I Balboa's Post Office, with terrace
, floors, acouetie ceiling. P"
bathroom, watchman, very rea rea-if
if rea-if ?" tenable tent. Tel. i-3054

: k ... icut. t.16.80 square

4 run rsi-" - -meters,
suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be
' tween Automobile Row and Fran Fran-glpani
glpani Fran-glpani Street, close to Auto Ser Ser-Jleio,
Jleio, Ser-Jleio, $235.00. Phone 2-0481
effice hours.
SERVICES
TILIVISION SIRVICI
.ports fn TV. radio. HI-FI artd
, ttanslsters.
We do more "Work, because we
de ft the best.
Pkana 2-1905.

H Crawford Agencies.
- jWrivoH Avenue No. 18-20.

Protect your home end proper property
ty property Hilmt Insect d e m e g e
Prompt scientific treatment
emergency er monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. re 10 P.M.
fUS Army Mission
Chief At Paraguay
Get Commendation
Col. St. Elmo P. Tyner, chief
f th. U. S. Army Mission to Pa
raguay, and members ol the mo
tion Staff have oeen rnmraeraim
by the U.S. Ambassador to Para-
uuiior f Plnocor fnr their
Iraitstandinc performance of duty,
,6
In a letter to Maj. Gen. Charles j
?L, Dasher, U.S. Army Caribben
; 1 Biimmanrtino opneral. Ploeseri

r vyuui'"."r, ----- -
Igive official recognition on be j GERMAN TO VISIT U.S.
lEalf of the U.S. Embassy as well
!a his personal congratualtiojis. i BONN, Germany (UPD Wes'
German Treasury Minister Her Her-,
, Her-, Dasher, in forwarding the Am Imann Lindrath was to leave here
,,bassador's comments, indicated I today for a two week visit to the
fthat the was gratified to note 1 United States. The trip was being
jfthat the officers and men of the' made at the invitation of the U.S
fmission were performing their du- State Department and will include
fties in such a manner, and add"d meetings with industrial and irade

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FOR INFORMATION CALL' 20740

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Gibraltar Life In. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panams 2-052
Monday thru Friday
liM) a.m. to 12:IW
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FOR RENT: In Cangreio, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished apartment,
two bedrooms, all around balcony,
maid's room with service, gar garage,
age, garage, with water. Alberto Navarre
Street, La Castellana building,
Tel. 2-2883 or 3-1318.

FOR RENT: Cangrejo. Fully
furnished modern, cool one
room apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR SALE: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, modern building, top
floor. El Cangrejo, hot water.
Phone 3-6589.
Do you need an apartment, all
conveniences, two bedrooms,
porch, living-diningroom, large
kitchen, American style, laun laundress
dress laundress room, maid's room, lux luxurious
urious luxurious bathroom with vanity and
closet, very modern? Call Tel. 3 3-1107
1107 3-1107 from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 0ie bedroom
apartment, new apartment. House
located on the Transisthmian
Highway. Modern, well ventila ventilated,
ted, ventilated, with private bathroom and
kitchen. Completely furnished
with new furniture, special desig desig-ed
ed desig-ed for the apartment. Reasonable
price. Call Panama 2-2766 from
8 to 12 and from 2 to 5:30 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples,
$80.00 dollars per month. Also
a one room apartment suitable
for bachelor or office with bath bathroom
room bathroom and large closet $50.00 per
month, apply janitor, at T1-132
4th July Ave. or phone Hopkins.
Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Information.
Tel. 3-4404. Porres, Family.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment.
1 bedrooms, air-conditioned, hot
water, top floor, El Cangrejo.
Phone 3-6589.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo: Fully
furnished, modern, cool, one
room apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartments. 51 St. No. 30. Call
4-1449 or 3-6480.
FOR RENT: In La Create, mod modern
ern modern two bedroom apartment,
livingroom, dinlngroom, kitchen,
laundress, maid's room with serv service,
ice, service, garage, available from August
1st. Apply La Cresta 48th. Street
No. 12, upstairs.
FOR RENT: Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious;
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, In Individual
dividual Individual wash tubs, garage. Di Direct
rect Direct line telephone installation, so
dificult to get now. Very cool.
Enquire beside Guatemalan Em Embassy
bassy Embassy en 51 Street.
PERSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Female
Pekingese dog, grown or puppy.
Anyone knowing where one may
be broght, please call Albrook
7105.
WANTED TO BUY: 1950 to
1953 Plymouth or Chevrolet.
Good condition. Fort Kobbe No.
146, Tel. 84-3224.
i WANTED TO BUY: -- English
dress suit with gray strippad
pants, site 40. Phone 3-7265.
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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new oars
AGENCY DEHLINUER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types jof Auto Insurance
COSMIC CONFERENCE OPENS
imsrnw itptia 2ftnation
conference on cosmic rays opened
nere yesierciay wnn gtaiemenis ny
Russian, American and Japanese
scientists. Dmitry Skobeltsyn. a
member of the Soviet Academy of
Sciences, called alvanceiri nts
from cosmic ray research "the
HerUiv influonep in the nmarinc
progress of nuclear physics over

FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair, hardtop, Merc-O-Ma-tie,
white, green top, white-walls,
duty paid. $975.00. Tel, 2-3654,
5281 Morrison, Diablo, after
4:30.

1954 Dodge "Royal". 2 door se sedan;
dan; sedan; V-8; automatic transmis transmission;
sion; transmission; two tone paint; new seat
covers; very good tires. Ask for
Scott, phone Panama 2-0600-
1956 Plymouth, 4 door sedan;
V-8 engine; standard transmis transmission;
sion; transmission; new tires; leather uphols upholstery.
tery. upholstery. Phone Panama 2-0600. Ask
for Scott.
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford Custom
300, four door, two tone paint.
V-8, low' miles, radio and de defroster.
froster. defroster. Balboa 1629.
FOR SALE: Jeep, 1958 model
J3. 9,000 miles. $2,500.00.
Partially financed. Tel. 3-4287.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4
door, new paint, seat covers, ra radio.
dio. radio. 2-4437.
FOR SALE: 1959 Pontiae, leav leaving
ing leaving Isthmus. Quintero. Tels. 3 3-6029
6029 3-6029 and 4-0489.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1953, 2
door sedan, excellent condition.
Phone Balboa 2778.
FOR SALE: 1949 Packard ex excellent
cellent excellent tires, radio, good trans transportation
portation transportation $175 00, G.E. automa automatic
tic automatic washer, less than year old,
like new, $175. 00, girls 26 inch
bicycle $12.00, grass rug 9x12,
$12.00, Wilson golf clubs, 4
woods, 8 irons $35 00, golf cart
$10 00. Phone, Fort Amador
5196.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Victoria,
Fordomatie, radio, tinted glass,
tires recently purchased, brand
new spare. Excellent condition.
Gamboa 6-460.
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodge Royal
4-door sedan. Good condition.
$975.00. Phone 5-320 Gatun
234-A.
Animals
FOR SALE: AKC Registered
Toy Bull Boston Terrier Puppies.
Call Navy 3986.
LOST: All-white, medlum-sixe
pet dog, curly hair on back. Fe Female.
male. Female. Gentle but seared. Lost
from new home on Braxil Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, Paltilla, across from Fuerxe
y Lux plant. $5 reward. Phone 3 3-1407.
1407. 3-1407. LOST: Mixed breed male pup puppy,
py, puppy, 8 lbs., white with two black
spots on head, one black ear, .one
dappled ear, spots on skin, umbi umbilical
lical umbilical hernia. Reward. Call Balboa
1584.
- MSB' I
Gulick Captain
On Adjutant
General's List
Selected by the Adjutant Ge General
neral General from this command for a
..i.r Armv nnnointment is
Capt. Francisco Mejia-Flores U.S.
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gu Gulick.
lick. Gulick.
He is the onlv officer from US US-ARCARIB
ARCARIB US-ARCARIB to appear on the Ad Adjutant
jutant Adjutant General'! list f o r
month of June.
Wilfred Harris,
Retired Railroad
Employe, Dies
wiifrprt Harris retired employe
nf Hio Panama Railroad, died at
v,;c Vinmp in Panama Citv this
y ninin ft
Surviving relatives are: his
wifr Mrs. Rebecca Harris: sons,
Bertie, Oscar, and Kenneth Harris-
daughters. Mrs. Uurline Sulli Sullivan.
van. Sullivan. Mrs. Mabel Allamby, and
several grandchildren. Funeral ar
rangements will be announced lat later.
er. later. MICE TAKF OVER
RRTSBANE, Australia (UPD
Mirn h.ivn invarlpH thp wtlPat holt
district of Mount Tyson in South
ern Queensland in sucn iramntrs
that even cats and dogs have
cive up the chase, it was report reported
ed reported vestrrday. Farm dogs sur surrendered
rendered surrendered in the face of superior
odds and ignore the invaders, and
cats lie on front doorsteps in
town while mice swarm nearny,
it was reported.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Of AMERICA
Canitl Zone
United Stales District Court for the
District of the Cannl Zone
D.Ik.. Wl.
In the matter of the Estnte of Bride
E ('helps, deceased. Probate No. 9S32.
Notice to creditors.
Notice is hereby given that all per persons
sons persons having claims against Bride E.
Phelps, deceased, are required to file
Ihem. with the necessary vouchers, In
the Office of the Clerk of the United
C7...I.. r,..,l.l rnl.- A m .nn fnn.l
Zone, or to exhibit them, with the nec nec-ejRsaiv
ejRsaiv nec-ejRsaiv voiiehers, to the undersigned
Administrator with the will annexed,
Itton, located at Number 17-56. thirteenth
avenue iiormeny uaue tsLLuiBiuet
Panama citv. on or before the 29th day
of April 190. or they will be for ever
barred. Said claims must h supported
by the affidavit of the claimant or
someone In his behalf, showing that
the amount is Justly due. that no pay payments
ments payments have been made thereon which
are not credited and that there are no
set-offs to the same to the knowledge
of the affiant.
Dated June 2ft, 1959
Malnert J. Peterson
Administrator, C.T.A.

.FOR SALE: Plants. House Ne.
9081, 8th Street, New Cristobal.
Phone 50, Colon.

FOR SALE
I Roustabout Crane, Model
MCR2, 5 Ton., 21". In very good
condition.
Call Tel. 2-2847.
See it at BALINERAS Y REPUES-
TOS. S. A.
Ave. Nacional 25.
FOR SALE: Freeier like new,
14 Vj cubic feet capacity. See ft
Limbergh Broce Fabrics Hielo,
Calidonia. Good for restaurant er
large family.
FOR SALE: Winchester model
52 sporter, 22 long rifle, with
with model 48F Lyman rear
sights, redfield ramp front sight
and unertl 6X scope with mounts mounts-All
All mounts-All new condition. $200.00 com complete.
plete. complete. Call Balboa 2942 during
office hours.
Bring this notice to
EDITORIAL CARIBE
21-42 "B" AVI. ''
and receive your
FREE GIFT
Special gift for Hebrew People
FOR SALE: Dental cabinet,
suitable, for hobbyists. Dr. Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, Balboa 3002.
FOR SALE: 2 month old 11.6
cubic foot G.E. refrigerator, liv living
ing living dining porch sets, beds, etc.
Telephone, Balboa 4495.
FOR SALE: Servel 8.5 foot gas
refrigerator. In operation until
July 1 1. As Is where is (Now
Gorgona) $125. Phone, Panama
3-1648, Twomey.
FOR SALE: 200 one quart
ACCU-POR cans with srew top
noxxle, brand new. Household
Exchange. National Ave. 41.
FOR SALE: B&W 5100 Am Amateur
ateur Amateur Radio transmitter, excel excellent
lent excellent condition with 4 new 6149
tubes. Runs 135 watts inut.
$225. Selling In order to buy
new rig. Phone KZ5FL. Balboa
1694.
Let us develop and enlarge your
Minox and Minolta films, best
results. Fotografia Charles, Ca Cade
de Cade 18 13A24. (Calls "j").
FOR SALE: Two brand new
never used traveling bags, one
bag reduced from $50.00 to
$35.00, ether bag reduced from
$38.00 to $25.00. House 2317 2317-A,
A, 2317-A, Las Cruces, Balboa, phone 2 2-2896.
2896. 2-2896. FOR SALE: Stereo Records.
Classical and Populars. Big as assortment.
sortment. assortment. AGENCIAS.DIAZ 17th
St. No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: RCA console radio
with 4 speed, Webcor record
player, may need very minpr re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Gamboa 6-460.
FOR SALE: Airconditloner Vj
h p. in serviceable condition. $40.
Phone Curundu 2225.
Reserve Officers
To Report For
Duty Tomorrow
Thirteen reserve officers, who
are assigned to the Balboa de
tachmejit, Balboa district, U. S,
Army Element National Postal
and Travelers Censorship Organi
zation, will report for a tour of
active duty tomorrow.
They are to go to the Joint Cen
sorship School at Fort Lee, Va.,
to attend the course in Joint Ar
my-Air Force National Censorship
opening on July 12.
The following officers are sched
uled to report: Lt. Cols. Carl J.
Browne and James E. Stearns;
Majors Gordon M. Fricks, Ernest
M. Karch, William L. Lewis,
Charles B. Myers, John F. Oster,
Williams C. Schmitt and Clarence
M. Wilson; Capts. Frank A. Bald
win and Alvin D. Henderson; 1st
Lt, William L. Crowford and 2nd
Lt. Albert S. Adams.

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Your
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PANAMA

FOR SALE: Llvingreom furnl- ;
ture, ch'niegroom set, bedroom
set, Cowes made. Few wee. Via
Espana No. 114 Apt. 5.

FOR SALE: Living and dining
room furniture, R.C.A. televi television,
sion, television, Servel refrigerator and May Maytag
tag Maytag washing machine. Fltone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1784.
FOR SALE: SALTERINI PORCH
SET, 150.00; SALTIRINI
CHAISE LONGE, 48.00; metal
filling cabinet, 35.00; mod modern
ern modern Irving room sets 135.00; Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood beds (new styles) 69.00;
modern vanity wlarge mirror
39.00; lovely dinette sett-formica
top 75 00 child's wardrobe
39.00; metal dressers 15.00;
mattresses 6.50; kerosene stoves
19.00; ARMY COTS 5.50; pil pillows
lows pillows 1.26. CREDIT TERMS.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE, Ave.
Nacional 41, Tel. 1-7348, I I-4911.
4911. I-4911. FOR SALE: Refrigerator, ColeV
epot, 9 u. ft. $30.00, all por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, extra motor included included-Phone
Phone included-Phone 2-4371, house 6365. Lot
Rios.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1 4( f Iberglassed
runabout, 1958, 35 h p. out outboard,
board, outboard, trailer accessories, $650.
0433, Ancon, Tel. Balboa 6316.
FOR SALE: Two cylinder Penta
gasoline marine engine, ten h p.
1000 r.p.m. Navy 3397.
Club, owner Nealy Ashby
For a quick sale yacht Messenger,
Diesel powered $4500, register registered
ed registered length, 45 ft. Balboa Yacht
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner H
ton, 110 volt, will swap for out outboard
board outboard motor, 3739, Navy.
FOR SALE: Solid flbreglass. 15
ft. 6" boat. Nearly new $300.
Telephone 2-2643. Luis Domin Domin-guex,
guex, Domin-guex, Calls 16 Este No. 6-04.
WANTED
WANTED) To. rant leni Hrm
4-bedroom home, wtfurniihtd,
modarn, residential district. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone I-7J97, 7 ..m. to 1 s0
p.m.
WANTED: Bilingual atari.
0raphar, writ box 1 1 SO Cl
ivint past xptrionet, oduaatlon
and photograph.
WANTED i Baby nuw-wftfc
rofaroiMOl. Call Tat. 1-0946, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. WANTED Maid for foMral
homework and ehlldeara, live In.
Referencoi. 0589-A. Bayano St.
Ancon.
Services
Wanted
Prominent International alrlin
hat opening for operation dark.
Salary minimum $175, must ba
bilingual and havt a minimum of
High School education or iti
equivalent. All applicant report
to the training room aecond floor
of Tocumen Airport, Saturday
July 1 1th at 9:30 a.m. No phone
call.
Local Adjutant
General Assigned
To Washington
rnl C. A. Beall Jr.. has re
ceived Department of the Army
orders reasigmng mm io me
Office of the Adjutant General,
Washington, D.C., with duty as
chief Sneical Services Division.
He has been adjutant general for
Headquarters U.S. Army ariD ariD-bean
bean ariD-bean since January 1957.
ODD CLAIM STUDIED
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UPD (UPD-City
City (UPD-City lawyers yesterday studied
whether the city should pay the
claim of fireman Angelo Ciamella
who said his hospital treatment
cost $8 when his finger was in injured
jured injured "in the line of duty" cut cutting
ting cutting an orange ped during lunch.
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meters. For Information call 2 2-1155,
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Quote Unquote
NEW YORK Nobel prize
winner Ralph Bundle, on the re refusal
fusal refusal by an all-white tennis club
in Forest Hills, N.Y., to admit
him and his son to membership
because they are Negroes:
"Neither I nor my son regard
it as a hardship or a humiliation.
Rather, it is a discredit to the
club itself."
HAMMOND, Ind. Russian
First Deputy Premier Frol Koz-
lov, on the dimensions of the
American sirloin steak:
"I know you are a hospitable
people, but I have one request.
Could you pleas reduce the size
of the beefsteaks? The helpings
are too big."
WASHINGTON President Ei
senhower. defending his increas
ingly frequent use of th veto or
threats of veto:
"What I am trying to do is to
get legislation passed that will
benefit the United States and
keep us solvent at the game
time."
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Willie D
Jeffries, 65, who had just wed
Mrs. France! Pilcher, 74:
"What's so unusual about get
ting married at 65? We can get
around Just as well ai anybody
elat,"
Green Thumb Thlah,
Palio Posture, New
Suburban Ailments
CHICAGO (UPI) Suburbanites
are coming down with "patio
posture," "green thumb thigh,"
and a whole medicine bag full of
other new ailments, chiroprac chiropractor
tor chiropractor says.
Dr. Paul B. Stoxen, Chicago
blamed the limps, aches and
pains on "modern machines and
the mass movement of people to
the suburbs."
. He told the annual meatlng of
the National Chiropractic Assn.
Wednesday that city dwellers, not
used to outdoor activity, dive into
do-it-yourself jobs with too much
enthusiasm when they move to
the suburbs.
Stoxen said "patio posture" it
an ailment that results from im improperly
properly improperly lifting and carrying
heavy objects such as flagstone
for patios.
'Green thumb thigh," he said,
is the misery the new gardener
gets when he eesds his lawn or
spades the garden.
Other ailments:
"Tractor back," a compression
of the spine produced by riding
power lawn mowers.
"Wheelbarrow back," caused by
too much pushing of heavily
loaded wheelbarrows.
"Recoil neck," an "ouch" kind
of neck caused by -hunting or
skeet-shooting when you're not in
shape.
"Diving board disc," tW ail ailment
ment ailment a middle-aged athlete gets
if he survives "wheel barrow
back" and "tractor back" while
building his own swimming pool.
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Q. I aim 38. single, with group
and life insurance plus a $10,000
retirement annuity I ifeoughir four
years ago. I pay $320 a year and
it should pay me $100 a month at
65. I've been thinking if cashing
in the annuity and buying stock.
A. Frankly, I can't see too much
point to contracting today for
jioo amonth income to begin in
1960. Who knows what $100 a
monSi will, buy then?
At age 28, you can't afford to
be that cozy. You're going to have
to put some money out at risk,
hoping that when you retire it
will be 37 years hence. As lar as
I can see, that mean buying
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cumrnuu tiwiu or gjowui torn
panies. x ..
Obviously, it also means buying
stocks of companies you feel have
a good chance of being around
in 1996. So you'd better do some
thinking about companies which
sire not only important today but
which indicate, by their manage
ment and research standing, that
they can cope with changing cus customer
tomer customer demands in whatever field
they may be operating.
Q. I bought the following
Rushmore Uranium, Texas Adams
Oil, Montana Chemical and Cam-
dale. Do they have any value?
A. I find only quotes of four
cents a share on the Montana and
15 cents on the Camdale.
I think you ought to atajr ji ji-way
way ji-way from that broker.
Q. My father, who ir W and
still employed, bought some A. T.
and T. four years ago, using all
his savings. Now he has sold out,
taking a large profit. They plan
to put all the money in the bank
to buy A. T. and T. again when
it drops. Do you think this was
the right thing t odo I? am mar married,
ried, married, with $6,000 in cash and sav savings
ings savings bonds. Would like to invest
in some growth stock.
A. It's hard to quarrel with
anyone who takes a big profit.
The only problem now is: when
do they reinvest A?nd that ean
be a worrisome one.
If your parents were retired
and needed income. I would urce
they start at ence to reinvest
their funds Into a list of securi
ties similar to the ana I am
sending you.
K, however, thev want fat euHi
the trend of the market with the
intention of putting all their funds
back into stocks on a certain day,
I must beg to be excused. I'm
not prepared to speculate with the
me savings of people m their 60s.
As for yourself. I ahroild thinir
with $6,000 in reserves vnn o.t.
rainiy coma begin buying growth
stocks on a regular basis quar quarterly,
terly, quarterly, simi-annually or whenever
you can generate a few hundred
dollars in investment funds.
Suicide Doubled
In Plastic Bag
Death Of Model
OTTAWA (TJPIi-The ea3 of
the mysterious plastic bag dea
of a 20-year-old model, the wife of
a former French resistance fight fighter,
er, fighter, was reopened by police yester yesterday
day yesterday after it was first ruled a sui suicide.
cide. suicide. An inquest was ordered in an
effort to learn what really hap happened
pened happened to Lorena Joan de Marey
the day before her husband said
he returned home from a business
trip. ;,
The parents of the: beautiful
blonde said they strongly doubt
she committed suicide.
Her husband of two 'years, Hu Hubert
bert Hubert die Marcy, iS an'" insurance
company manager,! tojif police! he
returned from a business trip 'to
Toronto on June 20 and' found; his
wife lyrng on the floor of the liv living
ing living room, a plastic bag pulled
over her head and knotted around
her throat.
He said he had to break into
the bouse at 1:45 a.m. The door
was locked and the lights and
radio on.
There were marks on Mrs. De
Marcy's arms and forehead and
her makeup was disarranged.
The plastic bag was later re
ported missing.
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Booking Tough
Game Schedule
The Panama Canal Zen Teen Teeners
ers Teeners are booking a rugged sched schedule
ule schedule of games here on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus to condition the team for the
V.F.W. National Teen-er Baseball
Tournament at Hershey, Pa.
Manager Bob Smith announce!
that a game has., been scheduled
with an all star team from the
Liga Provincial del Oeste de Cho Cho-rrera.
rrera. Cho-rrera. The game, will be played
at Chorrera at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
" The Chorrera team if composed
of young men 17 to 25 years old,
but Smith believes that the experi experience
ence experience gained by playing above
his own age group will be valu-
awe experience for the Teenera,
win or lose. Bettis and Huddles Huddles-ton
ton Huddles-ton will be the Teener battery.
On Sunday at Ft. Clayton, same
time 1 p.m. the Teeners will take
on an all star team from the Am American
erican American Legion Junior League.
Fans are assured of t spirited
ball game. Fortune will pitch thii
one for the Teeners, with Bob
Smith behind the plate.
starting Monday. July 18. and
continuing every afternoon
through Friday, the Teenera
will be playing in the Olympic
btamum m Fanama against an all
star team from the Llga Minor
de Club, -de Leones. Game time
if J-4- p.m.
This team is composed of boyi
from 16 to 19 years old and will
represent Panama in the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Juvenile Series in Cuba la
late August. Fourteen of the a
boys on the roster were the
Panama team that traveled to Saa
to Domingo last year in the same
series.
Lem Kirland, well known ball
player from the Canal Zone is an
alumnus of this team and also
was on the first V.F.W. team te
go to the States.
Roberto Miranda, with a l-fl rec record
ord record in the regular season, will
probably be the starting pitcher
for Panama m Monday's (am.
Manager; SmWhand eoaeh Chock
Beesler of the Teeners hare not
J yet -decided on the battery far tbv
There win b no tdmissioa
charge for any of these garnet
and fans from both side of the
border are urged to coma eut n4
support their favorites.
C.F.N. Radlo-TVj
Sports Schedule
A varied sports schedule high highlight
light highlight the Caribbean Forces Net Network
work Network program for the coming
week. The schedule includes:
.. Radio (Baseball)
rlatorday, July I Kansas ttr
wChicagfli,-a;30 p.m.
, Sunday, July; 12 Saa fraaela fraaela-co
co fraaela-co V; Milwaukee, 1:80 p.m.
, Monday, July ii No Gam.
luesaay, jwj 14 Milwaukee
icago, z pan.
vs New York, 12:30 p.m.
iursaay, July 16 Cleveland
vs New York, 1 p.m.
TV
Friday, July 10 Wrestling, M
p.m.
Saturday, July 11-Roller Der Derby,
by, Derby, 2 p.m. Bowling Derby, 4 p.m.
(repeat).
Sunday. July 12 Baseball. Kiev
land vs New York, S p.m.
. Wednesday, July 15 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fight, 10 p.m., Eddi
Macnen vs Ruben Vargas.
Thursday, July 16 Golf Show,
7 p.m., Sammy Snead vs Jackie
Burke (repeat of March 21). Fight
of the Week, 10 p.m.. Zora FoHer
vs Alex Miteff.
CFN To Broadcast
Moyer vs JoriJan 1
Championship Bout
The Caribben Forces Radf
Network will broadcast Hi Dm
Jordan-Dennis Noyer wlfer.
weight champion ship fight to tonight.
night. tonight. The broadcast from rinf rinf-side
side rinf-side will bogln at; :M p.m.

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Ike's Cries Ignored
By Senate Passes
Waterways Projects
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate disregarded President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's objections yesteroay
and passed a $1,256,836,300 public
works bill containing funds to
start more than 100 new flood
control and rivers and harbors
projects.
The 82-7 vote of approval fol followed
lowed followed a brief debate in which
critics sought unsuccessfully to
chop the measure back to the
level recommended by Eisenhower
who opposed any new public works
starts this year.
The action raised the possibility
of still another presidential veto
in the continuing tug-of-war be between
tween between Congress and the White
House over the price tags on fed federal
eral federal programs.
The measure now goes to a
joint conference committee to
thresh out differences with the
House which also approved starts
on a series of new projects. The
Senate, unlike the House, did not
compensate for the additions by
cutting back projects already un underway.
derway. underway. As resttlV -thr "sen are- bill
carried $80,159,300 more than the
ary."It also was $79,659,300 larger
than the version approved by
the House.

BOUNCE-LOCKS WHIILS
OLATHE, Kan. (UPI)-A yet-

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with 43 persons aboard without a
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lock the landine eear. Finally.

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in a dramatic story of a woman's hunger for love.
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3 00 CrN NEWS
3 IS Industry On Parade
3:30 Colorado Vacation Land
4:00 Mr. Wizard
4:30 Highway To Mexico
S:fl0 Buccaneers. Rpt.
S:3A PANORAMA
7:00 Parole, Rpt,

7:30 You Bet Your Ufa
8:00 Perry Como
l: Bob Cummlnji, Rpt.
:.10 Wrestling, Rpt,
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:13 Fri. Night Theatr:
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LOADING lipDeidrel insectivide to combat sand ty laryae Is put aboard an Army L-20 be before
fore before it takes off on a mission. Army and Canal Zone Government official! cooperated in "Oper "Operation
ation "Operation Sand Fly" wnich took place on the Pacific side this week. (U.S. Army Photo)

Army Fights Hex-Somefhings
1n Aerial Pellet Bombardment

Operation Sand Fly was car car-ryied
ryied car-ryied out on the Pacific side
this week, with several U.S. Ar Ar-iftXand
iftXand Ar-iftXand Canal Zone Govern Govern-merVt
merVt Govern-merVt agencies cooperating in an
o'hsfiwght against the larvae of
the .culicoidef! furens. A similar
operation was conducted in the
Atlantic area durir.g Ap' C-
The attack, was concentrated
an) Kwamry and marshy areas
10Bg the Panama Cantil in the
iciiity of Miraflores Locks,
where the USARCAR1B Engi Engineer
neer Engineer Section and the Aviation
Section of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, dumped deidrel
Insecticide daily.
Some 5000 pounds per day!
were dropped by an Army L-20;
Beaver aircraft, with the exact
amount depending on wind and
weather conditions. Generally
thtj operations began at low
tUttisnd went on until the in in-"tecUcide
"tecUcide in-"tecUcide was expended about
three hours.
The material comes in pellet
form, dissolves immediately up upon
on upon contact with water or other
liquids and then becomes active
oh the larvae. Since it is ex extremely
tremely extremely toxic, men who loaded
the plane wore respirators and
rubber gloves. Dropped from a
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 2
hours ending S a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorology ea!
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
t Hi&h ... 87 86
wvLow 76 79
HUMIDITY:
Hihf 95 94
Low 67 82
WrWD:
J""tmax. mph) NW-12 NE 21
RAIN inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 82 84
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
VGalun Lak 83.05
Madden Dam 214.35
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BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, JULY 11
High
Time Ht.
7M2 a.m 15.6 ft.
. 7:25 p.m 14.9 ft.
Low
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Gaylord, insect and '-jdent con control
trol control supervisor for the Engineer
Section, the insecticide does not
drift far from the point where
it is ejected.
Aviation Section personnel
piloting the plane on its mis mission
sion mission were Capt. Thomas R.
Smith, and 1st Lts. Ellis G.
Crumit nd Wallace H. Frank Franklin
lin Franklin Jr,
The tecnical name for the in insecticide
secticide insecticide is hexachoreopozyocta-hydro-dimethanonaphthaline
aiid if that doesn't lick the culi culi-eokles
eokles culi-eokles furens, nothing will.

New Indonesian
Cabinet To Strive
To Aid Countrymen
JAKARTA, Indonesia, July 10
(UP1) Indonesia's 18th govern government
ment government in 14 years was sworn into
office today and President Sukar Sukarno
no Sukarno said ils first job was to prov provide
ide provide adequate food and clothing
for the people.
Fifteen men, including Sukarno,
took the oath of office from the
chief justice of the supreme court.
Two more still are to be named
to tthe cabinet.
The action gave Sukarno near
dictatorial powers with which he
hopes to right the country's eco economy,
nomy, economy, smash internal dissension
and put the nation at peace with
;he world.
Balboa Lad Visits
Maaistrates Court
For Stealing Cards
An American youth was placed
on six months probation today aft after
er after being found guilty in Balboa
Magistrate's Court of stealing a
50-cent deck of playing cards.
Charles G. Bradshaw, 17, of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa took the playing cards from
the self-serve merchandise section
at the Balboa Clubhouse yesterday.
lie was charced with pettv lar larceny.
ceny. larceny. The youth has no previous
police record.
TRIAL DELAYED
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPH
The trial of a suburban housewife
charged with robbing two savings
and loan associations was post postponed
poned postponed Monday until Oct, 12 be
cause of injuries she received in
a, fire Sund;iv night. Mrs. Kathryn
j Anderson. 29, a mother of three,
jwss to have Cone on trial in fed-
eral court on a charge of taking
L$:?.!)74 from two savings and loan
nirins laM vear.
PRICES: 75c, 40c.
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Astronauts' Morale
Low; Reason-No
Planes, Flight Pay
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Space Committee began an
investigation yesterday into re reports
ports reports that the morale of the na nation's
tion's nation's seven spacemen is sagging

because they are threatened with
loss of flight pay.
The committee ordered a staff
investigator to go to Langley
Field, Va., where the seven as astronauts,
tronauts, astronauts, all seasoned jet pilots,
are training for Project Mercury,
which is designed to put one of
them into an orbit around the earth
The Washington Star reported
this week that the spacemen faced
a threatened cut in flight pay of
up to $1200 a month because they
have been unable to get in their
required flying time each month.
The newspaper also said there
had been delay in paying the men
their travel pay.
Six of the seven astronauts were
said to have complained that they
might lose their profciency for
the technical job of flying high
performance jets if they could
not get in their flying time.
The newspaper also said there
appeared to be a dispute over
which military service would, pay
for the gasoline used in the event
hp men were given planes to fly
to keep them, in practice.
The newspaper also said there
appeared to be a dispute over
which military service would pay
for the gasoline used in the event
the men were given planes to fly
to keep them in practice.
The National Aeronautics and
Space Administration (NASA),
civilian agency in charge of the
man-in-space project, has indicated
it hopes to get two F102 super supersonic
sonic supersonic jets to Langley soon for the
astronauts use.
Baffle Of Bull Run
May Be Refoughf
By Virginian Rules
RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia prepared to fight the North
today as Rebel and Yankee plans
for the Civil War centennial col collided
lided collided over the dusty battlefield of
Manassas.
The Virginia Civil War Com Commission
mission Commission vowed to go through with
its plan to reenact the famous
Battle of Bull Run with soldiers
from 22 states participating, de despite
spite despite the federal commission's
dismissal of the idea as imprac impractical.
tical. impractical. Historic Manassas also must be
the site of a grand review which
will kick off the centennial July
20, 1961, the Virginia commission
said in the teeth of the national
group's decision to move the she she-hang
hang she-hang to Washington.
The dispute erupted yesterday
when the Virginia unit protested
recent decisions by the National
Park Commission and National
Civil War Commission.
The two federal groups decided
getting soldiers from 22 states to
Manassas for rehearsals would be
difficult. Hence, they said, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia can recreate the fight Itself
with National Guard troops and
members of the North-South Skir Skirmish
mish Skirmish Assn.
And the review, originally
scheduled at Manassas, will he
in Washington, the Union groups
said, the day before the battle.
Virginia said no to both ideas.
Gov. J. Lindsay v Almond al already
ready already has invited the governors
of the other 21 states which fotipht
at Bull Run to send roops for
the reenactment, and those invi invitations
tations invitations stand.
The ofily woy some people
leorn trof tic mles is by occitierrt.

Atlanta Integration Plans
Ordered By Federal Judge

ATLANTA (UPI) A federal
judge ordered Atlanta's school
hnarri tndav 16 IDecify by
Dec. 1 how it intends to desegre
gate public schools in the ueorgia
capital to comply with a recent
court order.
Ooreia's governor, pledged to
nnhnlrl strict segregation in this
state, immediately called meet meet-inp
inp meet-inp of artvisers and lawvers to dis
cuss the Atlanta school case, spe specifically
cifically specifically vesterdav'i order by
Judge Frank Hooper.
The city scnool ooara, aerenaani
in a desegregation suit On which
the order was based, has said it
will obey the court's instructions.
State law. however, spells out
in one syllable words that any de desegregated
segregated desegregated school would immed
it)v lone state suDDort and
would be closed. along with the
school from wiucn tne cnna-en
came who brought about tht In Integration.
tegration. Integration. It appeared lnevnaoie xnai me
Atlanta rase was settine the stage
for an all-out battle in the I960
legislature and that the school
board plan would be the focus.
There has been mounting pres
sure here for local option legisla
tion that would give a city like
this the right to decide for itself
whether to accept some form of
mlecratinn rather than to 8llffer
its schools to be closed under the
present state laws.
ASKS COMPLiTI PLAN
District Judge Frank Hooper In-
siructed the school board to pre
sent a complete plan for a
"prompt and reasonable start"
toward the operation of a deseg
regated school system. He said it
could be submitted contingent
upon the enactment of laws neces
sary to put it into effect.
Gov. Ernest Vandiver immed
iately called a private, closed
door conference for Monday night
oi his top legislative leaders and
constitutional lawyers. They in included
cluded included a number of lieutenants
from his own and past adminis administrations
trations administrations who have steered the
state's present rock-ribbed tegre-
Fort Clayton Post
To Observe 49th
Anniversary July 18
Carnival season is in the aw a-
gain at Fort Clayton. On July 18 18-19,
19, 18-19, the post will celbrat ils 40th
anniversary with concessions,
dancing and a variety show.
Initiating the ceremony is a pa
rada at 10 o'clock Saturday Morn
ing honoring all retired Army per
sonnel who served in the area 40
years ago and are still on the
Isthmus. Historic material will be
displayed in the service club for
the two-day period.
Anyone in the Zone or Panama
who wishes to lend historical ma material
terial material to the club for the celebra celebration
tion celebration may call Mrs. Betty Haber Haber-Ktiek,
Ktiek, Haber-Ktiek, at Fort Clayton 4126.
The friviolities start at 2 p.m.
with games of skill, a merry-go-round
and portrait sketching. Un Until
til Until 5 o'clock, participants may de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate their skills in pie eat eating,
ing, eating, nail driving, wood sawing, wa water
ter water melon eating, etc. All of these
events will be held in the post
restaurant or in the grass area a a-cross
cross a-cross the street.
The post restaurant will also be
the scene of the birthday ball at
8:30 o'clock with Walter Wood at
the baton
The club will open at 9 a. m.
Sunday for coffee and booths will
resume operations from 2 to 5 p. p.-m.
m. p.-m. During these events, the Fort
Clayton Youth Council will hold
field contests for children.
Concluding the festivities- will
be a variety show, concert and
style show at Jarman Field Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at 7 o'clock.
Young Lawyer Shot
In Back While He
Pleads For Life
CHICAGO (UPI) Police sought
two men yesterday who fled in a
yellow convertible after a real
estate attorney was shot in the
back gangland style as he fled
begging for his life.
The shooting of Mario Melchi Melchi-orre,
orre, Melchi-orre, 35, was witnessed by a
woman in the West Side neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood Wednesday night. A spray of
shotgun pellets felled the y o u n g
attorney.
Melchiorre's brother, Rudy, 23,
told police the victim had "no
anm,iA8" nmi mlthnrilipft dis
counted robbery as a motive be
cause they found $273 in cash and
checks totaling more than $3,000
in Melchiorre's brief case in his
car.
Mrs. Helen Caruso, 41, told po police
lice police she saw a car with two men
overtake a second car in front of
her home as she sat on the front
porch.
She said she saw the two men
get out of the car approach the
other with a "shiny object," and
start to beat Melchiorre.
Melchiorre jumped from his car
and wrestled with the men, she
said, then ran down the street with
his assailants in pursuit.
"He .was yelling don't shoot me,
don't shoot me,' she said.
Then she heard a shotgun blast,
she said, and saw the men turn
and dash back to the convertible.

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gation laws into the books.
It was not considered likely
that any suggestion would be
made for a special session of the
legislature this year to consider
different racial laws. It was more
likely that the Monday session
would be for a full review of what
is now on the books in light of
the Atlanta decisions.
Hooper noted in yesterday's or
der that it was not to be con considered
sidered considered a final one, but that he
would "retain jurisdiction" in the
case for an indefinite period.
PULL HIARING PROMISED
Following submission of a com
pliance plan, he said he would
hold another full dress hearing at
which both the defense and the
plaintiffs 10 Negro parents of
school-age children would be al
lowed time for argument. After
that he will decide whether t h e
school board plan is acceptable
to the court.
Token Integration
Worse Than None,
Marshall Declares
NASHVILLE, Tenn (UPI)
Thurgood Marshall, chief counsel
for the NAACP, told the Race
Relations Institute here yester
day a lag in the demand for inte
gration was caused by the propa propaganda
ganda propaganda against the NAACP.
Marshall, a New York attorney,
also charged governmental pres pressures
sures pressures in Alabama, Arkansas, and
Louisiana were aprtly responsible.
In an address at the 16th an annual
nual annual institute at Fisk University
Marshall said he knew of no
place in the South where Negroes
do not want integration? "but
there is a difference in wanting
ii and openly demanding it and
filing a suit and taking a stand
on it."
"Token integration is worse
than no integration because it
lulls the Negroes into compla
cency and the good white people
into, thinking that there is inte integration,"
gration," integration," he said.
He said the NAACP had no
master plan of integration. :
"Once the case in the lawyer's
hand," he said, "we leave it up
to the plaintiffs and the lawyers
what is to be done."
Charlottesville
Plans To Separate
Girls From Boys
CHARLOTTES VILLE, Va. (UPI)
School Supl. Fenaall R. Ellis to today
day today proposed a program to put
boys and girls in separate class
rooms in Charlottesville schools
which will be integrated for the
first time next September.
Ellis said he will ask the City
School Board tonight for permi permi-sion
sion permi-sion to authorize the principals of
eight schools to break their
classrooms down by sex, if they
choose.
Eleven Negroes have been or ordered
dered ordered admitted in two schools.
Lane High and Venable elemen elementary,
tary, elementary, next fall. Ellis has applica applications
tions applications from 29 other Negro stu students
dents students who seek to enter white
schools.
Ellis's plan was obviously de designed
signed designed to minimize the possibility
of incidents.
Hurricane Cindy
Breaks In Gusts,
Drought-Ending Rain
CHARLESTON, S.C. (UPI) (UPI)-Hurricane
Hurricane (UPI)-Hurricane Cindy broke up Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in dying gusts and drought drought-ending
ending drought-ending rain squalls over the dry
tobacco lands of the eastern Caro:
linas.
Remnants of the tropical storm,
the year's first full hurricane de de-cniio
cniio de-cniio it. small size and short life.
brought upwards of three inches
of rain in tne coasiai counties.
The weather bureau said its ghost
would cross central Virginia Fri
day.
Behind it, Cindy left one death
and relatively minor damage. A
Georgetown, SC., attorney, Her Herman
man Herman II. Higgins, 41, was killed
Wednesday night when his car
skidded on a rain-slick road and
hit a fallen tree.
Little Cindy barely reached hur hurricane
ricane hurricane strength, with winds reach reaching
ing reaching minimum hurricane velocity
of 74 mill's per hour, while it was
still 60 miles offshore, late Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. By the time the center
moved inland in the Bull Bay Bay-McClellanvllle
McClellanvllle Bay-McClellanvllle area north of Char Charleston,
leston, Charleston, highest winds were only 60
m p hr in gusts.
Peak tides receded rapidly after
the storm struck, and only minor
flooding occurred.
Three inches or more of rain
fell in a belt stretching from
Columbia, S.C, eastward to the
coast across the. broad, tobacco-

growing Pee Dee country.

Rickover Balks At- Revealing :Nainest
To Congressional! Investigating Group!

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balked
gress ia Dublic the names of re
tij-ed military officers who tried to
pressure mm on government
contracts. He immediately was or-
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menu vcf .4 reiuseu 10 luenuiy ine
officers at an open hearing by

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House armed services subcommit
tee investigating possible conflicts
of interest in the award of mill
tary contracts. He said to do so
nwght damage people not acting
with any criminal intent.'
When Chairman F. Edward He-
bert (D-La.) insisted that R'ck R'ck-over
over R'ck-over reveal the names privately.1
the famous "father of the atomic
submarine" replied: "If you or-'
der me to do so, then I must."
Rickover, who often is at odds
with the military brass but en enjoys
joys enjoys good relations with Con Congress,
gress, Congress, said that despite th pres pressure
sure pressure put on him, "no officer, no
retired officer, no member of
The statement brouzht laughter
juum uiv viuwueu Hearing roum
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AEC Aid Sought
As Boxcar Burns
Wilh Uranium Load
LYNDON, Kan. (UPI)-A box
car containing 179 drums of
uranium concentrate was on fire
here today and authorities cleared
an area within 500 yards until
Atomic Energy Commission per personnel
sonnel personnel arrived.
A chemical fire truck from
Forbes Air Force Base at nearby
Topeka was on hand, but did not
go into action pending advice
from the AEC.
The consequences of the fire
were not immediately learned,
but one authority said there was
no danger of an explosion.
He said the chief danger was
if any of the uranium power
should seep out of the drums and
the box car onto the ground
where it would leave a radio
active contaminated spot.
There were no injuries.
There was no fire visible from
the boxcar which was on a siding
Some two miles from the town
of Lyndon. However, grey smoke
was pouring through seams at the
floor of the car.
The boxcar was bound for an
Atomic Energy Commission plant
at Weldon Springs, Mo. The car
developed a faulty journal box
Wednesday night and was drop dropped
ped dropped off at the siding for repairs.
A passing crew discovered the
smoke coming from the car early
today and authorities surmised
that a spark from the faulty
ionrnal might have started a
blaze.
Anti-Aircraft Fire
Due NextThursday
From Mindi Hill
Anti-aircraft guns in the vicini vicinity
ty vicinity of Mindi Hill will fire over the
Caribbean Sea next Thursday, us using
ing using high explosive shells during a
regular training exercise, accord
ing to Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribean.
Weapons activity will be car carried
ried carried on between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Persons likely to be oating or
flying in the area are warned that
the firing will extend a maximum
horizontal range of 16.6 miles
from 360 degrees (due north) to
270 degrees (due west) from Mia Miami
mi Miami Hill. The maximum altitude
will be 60,500 feet.
To.
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1 find out whether any etirt irffi-
cers now working for Dig defense
1 contractors brought undue ores
sure on former associates, still ia
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iernment business t theijriirms.fHh:

deputy meiense jeretflry;ThOmnnmviduals who might have come come-s
s come-s S. Gates Jr. sent the "subcom-1 to him on "ordinary .business" oi

miuee a letter reporting on the
JNavy's investigation of some 500
possible conflict of interest cases
involving retired naval officers
Gates said the inquiry to far
naa Turnea up only five "minor
Infractions" and four of these
men had ceased the questionable
activity. He said the fifth was in
the business of sell(n(f fir al alarms.
arms. alarms. ; '' i
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Balboa Church Camp
At Taboga To Close
After Auausl Grouo
The last opportu n i t y for
young people to camp at Tabo Tabo-ga
ga Tabo-ga Island will be offered by. the
Baiboa Union Church between
August 3 and 15, it was an an-r.ourced
r.ourced an-r.ourced today by Mrs. Wesley
Townsend, camp director for
Camp La Restinga.
La Restinga,4S beirg closed
this fall because of the con construction
struction construction of the new Taboga
hotel.
Separate camping periods are
being arranged. Young people
who have attended high school
will arrive August 3 and stay
tor a nve-day period. Those wno
have finished 7th and 8th
grades will camp from August..!?
tnrougn 10.
The Balboa Union Church has
invited young people from- other
churches to attend also. The
maximum number accommodate
ed during each period will be 60
campers.
Applications will be accepted
through July 20 at the Educa Education
tion Education Office of the Balboa Union
Church, or may be mailed to
Box 3664, Balboa. They should
be accompanied by a $5 regis registration
tration registration fee whic his applied a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the total cost of $25 for
the period. This will Include
chartered launch service from
Balboa to Taboga, insurance,
room and board.
A competent staff, including
a registered nursC, professional
dietitian, qualified Bible and
nature teachers, craft director,
anp: waterfront safety super superior,
ior, superior, has been engaged.
ine there lor both eamps
"Christian Campers In
uous,

wuihv wui give an opportunity dent of the Atlantic side, whero
for nature study hiking, crafts,she lived since 1940. She was an
swimming and other activities,, active member of the- Emblem

as well as Bible study under the
direction of the Rev. Henry
Gustafson, professor of New
Testament at North Park Theo Theological
logical Theological Seminary, Chicago, and
Miss Lois McCiure, director of
Christian education of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Union Church.
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Rick6ver wal caed because
ihad itold another "Hotlse subcom-
mitte.fr in March that he had been
subjected to pressure Jir the past1
but no jnore becauee' "the word!
got around that 1 am obtuse in thi
regard.;' t,;fY',i 1,
He said yesterday oe did
resterdaf he did not
XU& ILt-WlSE LU; DCMill. B TinEf&T IE
to seek support for oroiecta the
thought were worthwhile -.to na
tional defense.
Rickover recommended that Con.
gress consider a law- requirina?
military officeri to aubmit nxrin.
die reports on; any j conversation
they have with, outside persons a a-bout
bout a-bout government business. He said
this would make tha officer think
twice.
Little League
Girls 5, Boys 2
Blue booties were inlprepondet'
ranee in the nursery at Coco Sol
Hospital, with five boys, as aj
gainst two girls, born during thr
week which ended Wednesday!
July 1. ,
During this sm period thort
were 53 patients' admitted and 4
discharged,
Parents of the boya are Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Arthur, of Colon; Mr,
and-Mrs. Roy Green, of Rainbotf
City; Sp.5 and Mrs. Lewis Meyersi
of Gulick Heights; Mr.- and Mrs.
Herman Nelson, ypf Colon, and Mr,
imd Mrs. RMolpi Faller, of Co?
Ion. '- P. v
Daughters -were bora to Mr. and!
Mrs. Carlos Santamaria, of Colon:
mumtiimjm?mtni a
derson, of Colon. "J
Memorial Service
Tomorratflor
Mrs. Fabergerg
Memorial services for Mrs. Ve Vera
ra Vera Fagerbef g, who died Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night at Coco Solo Hospital

win be new tomorrow afternoon it
at 3 o'clock in the St. Margaret's Y fi
Episcopal Church in Margarita"- I I
The services will be conducted I f
the Rgv. .Allen M. SuhL 1
Members of the family have re4 ji

quested that no flowers be, sent
and that those who wish make a
contribution to th canal Zons
Cancer Fund.
Virginia, was a well known resi
cum ana woncea several ysars
with the Canal Zone Red Cross.
Her death occurred at the age
of 56 after a long, illness.
She is survived by her husband,
F,$c",iiw1i9as',4rnplb!iedis a mar marine
ine marine iiiachinist" in the Industrial Di Division
vision Division in Cristobal.
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