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THE RAPIDLY-RISING tourist hotel nears5 completion on Taboga Island, about 10 miles from
Balboa. Tbt new. hotel' U expected: to stimulate tourist traffic to the popular resort tele,
which can be' reached by passengef lallnch from' Balboa. The Panama Tourist Commission I4
also expected to Institute a Taboga passenger launch service from Panami Bay
Has Canucks : -SpeqHing
The -Canadian. Ungate HMCS
New Glasgow was-,.f ,t
through the"! at top-speed
today, hurrying to Balboa with
two of its Crewman" stricken with
'The Glasgow orlgfnaDy was due
here Monday: from Manzamllo,,
Mexicor with 'lour -other Canadian
" frigates, -woo' will ;mak& four,
day : visit to the Isthmus. The e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency rush, was expected to
bring the' Glasgow to the Rodman
, Naval Station. pier late this att att-'
' att-' "eraoon? i R;M i ; Af'X
At Fifteenth'Naval District Headl
- "mPt thr Glaseow- and
transfer 4heting' sailors directly
to Gorga .Hospital by Navy am-
bulance. v ' ;
?When the Glasgow Is joined by
Rs.four sister-ships, frigates ,of
the Canadisn .Navy's Escort Squa
dron 4, more than, 850 Canadian
sailors will converge on Panama.
Ltd by Cap. H. A. orNr,"
th frigates include his flgasnip
HMCS SosMxvall., HMCS Stet-,
tier, HMCS Beoi Hill HMCS
St. Therese and the New Glas Glasgow.
gow. Glasgow. The ships are modornii modornii-d
d modornii-d World War II. frigates of Ca Ca-m.Am',
m.Am', Ca-m.Am', mntt l submarine -fleet.
They are .en training cruise,
-...IJI-ai ''..m.nhiH and hivi' A
gation training for 220 naval ca cadets,
dets, cadets, who are on. a status slmi-.
lar to the Annapolis "midship "midshipmen
men "midshipmen of the U.S. NVy,
The Prestonian class frigates
have complements of 140 officers
anden?,ieach. They are 310 feet
long 36vfeet wide and displace
2,360 tons fully-loaded.
A sixth -Canadian vessel, the
iestroyer-escort. HMCS Terra No No-va,
va, No-va, also' is : expected to arrive
Monday. En route to New London,
Conn., from San Diego, the ship
will traasit the canal Tuesday,
with the cadets aboard as guests.
A round of tours, receptions
and other entertainment is plan plan-v
v plan-v ned for the visiting sailors..
Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks,
commandant of the Fifteenth iMa
vil District mill host Pertar,
and the commanding officer of
the. flve ships at a luncheon
Monday. The cadets will bo ho holered
lered holered Wednesday at tea dance
sponsored by the Naval Officers
Wives Club at the Fort Amador
Dances will fb held .. for ,me
ships enlisted, men Tuesday .and
Wednesday -evenings t .Rodman
Naval Station.': : 'i
The Canadian,, sailors also will
visit in Panama, tour Miraflores
Locks and take a motor trip a a-'
' a-' cross the Isthmus.
Aimed To Halt
! HAVANA (UPD-Premier Fidel
Castro's revolutionary regime
Said today- Hs-iew decree speci
fvine the -death penalty for "cotitt
terrevolutionary activlties'Ms' nec
essary becaus. r of plots "'lnsidi
end outwide"; the country,
. The statement, in the preamble
nf the deeree.. was the first offi
cial admission of the existence of
anti-Castro- plots on a scaw suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to Justify drastic,, action by
tn governmenti i v ;
hinrUx W "lesders of the de
feated' tyranny" supporters of
ousted, M-President Fulgencio Ba
i The tsxt of the preamble wa
released Friday. The cabinet has
already spnroved. the: 19 articlf
'-decree, anthominft ih- oeaih p?r,
altv fur h lde r nge of "crime'
a Ant the 'ntegrity and stability
o' the "nt'on." Ontv President
Manuel UrruMa'i signature ir now
needed to make it Jaw, if
JOBS; 6miA SHUT
Twentyj'seven positions are
now available with the Canal
organization, according to the
transfer vacancy "rulietin of
the. Personnel Bureau. Nine of
the Denin2s..are.in the Health
J3ureairrntl- there -are five va
cancies m.tne locks Division.
'Openings in the Health Bu Bureau
reau Bureau are for a clerk, dictating
machine Operator; clerk steno steno-trranher:
trranher: steno-trranher: T clerk tvoist: dental
hygienistf, r; medical radiological
tecnnician aiagnosis; --nuise -nesthetist;
optometrist; clean cleaner;
er; cleaner; '-and for a laborer thospltal)
who is required to have a knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of English.
In the ocks DlVision there
arfl f urn finpnlnCK for: loflk ;ODer-
atoitt machinist' "iwt.- openings
for lock- operator- Wectrician;
f-flntf Tropening-lor--a-lecli pp-
erator iron worker-welder;
Three vacancies exist' In the
Industrial Division. Tbey are
for a marine machinist; pipe pipe-litter;
litter; pipe-litter; and.shipiitteri
Other openings are for an
automotive machinist in the
Motor Traisportation Division;
olerkfStenograpehr and clerk clerk-typist
typist clerk-typist in the Administrative
Branch; machinist in the Rail
road Division; .motion picture
operator in the supply vi vision;
teleohorie operator (part-time)
in the Electrical Division; con construction
struction construction inspector (general) in
the Contract and inspecuuu
Division; supervisory construc construction
tion construction Inspector for the Balboa
Bridge Project; and, there are
two openings in the Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Division, one for a pump pumping
ing pumping plant operator, and tne
other a temporary position for
Red Deputy Kozlov
Tour 01 Sleel Mill
PITTSBURGH (UPD Soviet.
First Deputy Premier .Frol R.
Kolov toured a giant steel mill
here today shook hands like a
busy politician and proposed to
one Russian-speaking millhand
"we should indulge, in a little
At the start of a two-day "mills,
marinis and molecules" visit to
tM.atnl ranita!. Russia's No. 2
Communist needled officials at
United States Steel Corporation's
Homestead works about "poor
f Kozlow also commented that the
equipment at the Homestead mill
"is not the moBt modern, nut me
metallurgy is very good and there therefore
fore therefore our visit here was very
Asking technical ; questions
through a Russian Interpreter, Ko Kolov
lov Kolov spent about 90 minutes inside
the mill in sweltering 100 degree
temperature, but he never slowed
"He shook hands' with just about
everyone he cama in "contact with,
one worker, said,
However, at one stop at least
three workers walked away -when
he extended hi hand."
Kozlov asked about Ingots, about
workers' salaries and about trans
porta Hon to and from, work..
As Koslov wa about to leave
tha-miil, a slightly built man ap approached
proached approached and called "hello" to
him in Russian : Kozlov retraced
Ihia-stepitt'.' walked over to the
man, jonn bitioku, Uf. n nwrw
ville, Pa.i and replied in Russian
"we should .indulge in a tittle
rtrink.' --, "''-t?",;:':';:-,''f
Smoko, who was born In Home Homestead,
stead, Homestead, concurred, but that was
far as the proposed toast went.
jVZet thepeople know the truth mnd the country it we" Abraham Lincoln
There werfc 174 new employe,
Including 106 student assistants,
wno joined tne canal organiza
tion during the month of June,
according to the regular mmth-
jy leport issued by the Person Personnel
nel Personnel Bureau.
Seventeen of the new em employes
ployes employes were hired in the Unit United
ed United States, Twelve of these
rwfre interns coming; ; to tiui
Canal Zone to take their in internship
ternship internship at Gorjas Hospital
Two were medical residenUr
Other tw employes from the
united States, their jobiv- and
places of birth are: Dennis A.
Gilbert,' 'JhipfiUer, Industrial
DivlsioniPanama; Jim J, Piercl,
Electrical Division, Jst, (
and Chrles hf. Stanley,,
operator, locks pinsiorv xaze-
weu county va.- s
H- r IV,. I'1 'ts
In addition to the student as assistants,
sistants, assistants, those hired locally are:
William J. Baldwin: Lester ; H.J
Barrows, Charles R- Klumpp
and Rudy M. Wiela'nd, towing
locomotife operators: Charles
W. Hummer, construction In
spector: Jean M. BrandL Dhyg.
ical therapist; Betty J. Bullard
and James W. Crawford, Sales
Assistant Supervisor; Thomas
W. Carter, marine traffic con controller;
troller; controller; Richard' E'. Dillman,
Gordon H. Legae, and Shirley
M. Nichols, medical biology tech-
nicians: Marie C. lTlizpatrlcK,
staff nurse; Antonio Flores,
truck driver; Wilma. Hauser,
Leona R. McDanlel, Elaine E,
Heyd, clerk-typists: Edith M
Jones, Aston M. Parchment, and
Cecil jl Williams, teacners; Je Jesus
sus Jesus M. Martinez, baker; Carin
B. Medeiros, service center su
pervisor; Ethel A. Sampson,
counter attendant; and Dora M.
Torres, laundry worker
There were also ten packagers
employed by the supply Dm
sion, six laborers by the : Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance and Supply Divisions
and three substitute teachers.
Kicks Up Fuss
In Delenfion Room
A convicted criminal sen
tenced yesterday to serve 12
years in prison naa to De ior
elbly subdued after kicking up
a row in the Us District Court
building detention room
Luis A. Lombardo (alias Luis
H. Mosquera), who lias spent
the. vast six mtnths under ob
sem tlon at the Oorozal Mental
Hospital, was actually sentenced
yesterday to a total of 25 years
in ths Gamboa Penitentiary, but
two sentences totaling 19 years
After sentencing yesterday
.Lombardo was returned to the
court building's detention room
to await removal to prison. He
began banging his hsad against
the wall and finally attracted
attention by smashing tut lur lur-niture.
Lombardo was charged on
three separate counts, two of
them involving burglary and the
third petty larceny after prior
conviction on a penitentiary or
Tense. . .,
Judae Guthrie T. Crowe sen.
tenced him to 10 years each on
the burglary counts, three years
on the larceny cnarg ana an
additional two year for return return-ing
ing return-ing to the Canal Zone after de-
.xiitatlon, : i : .l
Lpmbardo's most recent acti activity
vity activity was a .scries of burglaries
ommitted after his release
rom the penitentiary last No
vember., He was captied last
anuary In the Gavilan area of
Balboa. ;;'ik,, i
lpgKDmT. r,THBPAIlY NEWSPAPER
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LADT BADEN-POWELL places the first shovel of sod planting the Guayaean shade tree at the
dedication of Camp Qhagres. (Left to right). Witnessing the ceremonies are Mifs Barbara Styles
of the International Scout Bourea, Robert Thompson the Camp Chagres Director, and Dean
Maynard' Peterson of the Cathedral of St. Luke. Hidden, immediately behind Thompson is Bud
Haverstick of the Canal Zona Boy Scout Council.
To Attend Church
At Saint Luke s
The widow of the founder of the
Scouting movement throughout
the world, who is now making
a tour of the countires of South
and Central America, will be pre
sent at the 11 .in. Service of
Morning Prayer at the Cathedral
of St. Luke in Ancon tomorrow.
All scouts and scouters are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend the ser service
vice service and meet Lady Baden-Powell
after the service at th "cathe "cathe-dral
dral "cathe-dral Coffee Minute".
The flags of both the Uni'ed
States, Great Britain and the
Church will be in procession,
and the national anthems sung dur
ing the service. Dean Peterson
will nreach on the subject "Feed
ing Our Children Bread." The.
Choir Guild will sing the Offer
tory Anthem "Have We Not AH
One Father" by Bode
At the earlier services during
the morning, there will be a cele celebration
bration celebration of Holy Communion at
7:30, the Family Service at 9:15
a.m.- followed by a showing of
the Motion Picture "The God of
Creation" in Bishop Morris Hall.
SANTA MONICA. Calif. (UPI)
Artrpw Dtborah Kerr was
awarded an uncontested divorce
regterdav from her husband of 13
yeavs, British actor Anthony
The 37-vear-old Scotland born
actress charged Bartley with cru-
mUv .avinir ha rBll.pH her "H
great deal of suffering, mentally
. "There was a total lack of con
sider tion of my life or my
thoughts.' said Miss Kerr.
"Them would lie davs at a time
when he would not speak to me."
The couple's two children, Mel-
ame ll ana Franceses, b, live
with Bartlev in England. A prop
erty settlement was signed by the
couo.e hut it contents Were not
IBartVv f i le d "enticement
charge tin' June 1958. accusing
film writer Perer Viertel of steal stealing
ing stealing ; Miss Kerr'l affections. Vler Vler-f
f Vler-f el later was, sued for divorce by
1 i i. i
nil wu. r.
Lady Baden-Powell Dedicates New
Boy Scout Camp On Atlantic Side
Lady Olave Baden-POwell Hoday
formally dedicated the new site
of Camp Chagres of the Canal
Zone Boy Scouts of America, a a-mid
mid a-mid organized cheering, the giv giving
ing giving of solemn honors, and the
planting of a living memorial to
As Lady Baden-Powell's entour entourage
age entourage passed the totem pole en entrance
trance entrance to Camp Chagres, more
than 100 scouts formed a pass passageway
ageway passageway on either side of the road
leading to the dedication site.
linked With Shah
To Marry Another
LONDON, July 11 (UPI) A
beautiful brunette, whose name
Was linked romantically with the
Shah of Iran, announced her en engagement
gagement engagement to another man today
because love is more important
than position, the London Daily
The newspaper said that Lilly
Mythra Fallah, 19-year-old daugh daughter
ter daughter of oilman Reza Fallah, re revealed
vealed revealed her plans to marry 23-year-old
Christopher Coe because
". .J would rather be married
to someone I love than anybody
else, no matter what his position."
Lilly met the Shah at a recep reception
tion reception after he divorced the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful green-eyed former Queen Zo Zo-r
r Zo-r ay a, last year because she was
unable to bear him n hair.
"But then I met Christopher,"
she told Jhe newspaper..
"Six months ago we' started go going
ing going out regularly together. Three
months ago he proposed and I
She said that she had delayed
announcing the engagement until
her parents met her fiance. They
arrived in London five -days ago,
looked Christopher over and, ap apparently
parently apparently he passed scrutiny, it
When her car slowly passed each
boy delivered the scout salute ho honoring
noring honoring the widow of the founder
of the Boy Scout movement, Lord
Since the death of her husband
in 1941, Lady Baden-Powell has
continued his work with other
scouting organizations throughout
the world which he had started
near the turn of the century in
Britain. He was, subsequently
knighted for his work in 1908.
Gathered for the dedication ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies were six boys in their
full uniforms representing the
Tenderfoot, Second, First Class,
Star Scout, Life Scout, and Eagle
Scout orders Acting as spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the entire assembly of
Boy Scouts, the Eagle Scout pre presented
sented presented Lady Baden-Powell a Staff
Scout neckerchief, making her an
honorary member of the staff of
the Canal Zone Boy Scouts' Camp
Chagres. This was followed by a
gift corsage of wood roses.
A large, frame certificate of
esteem and appreciation was then
presented to Lady Baden-Powell
by the Eagle Scout in "apprecia "appreciation
tion "appreciation for her interest in scouting
and for her efforts and participa participation
tion participation in the dedication of our
camp site, Camp Chagres."
Using a silver shpvel. Lady Baden-Powell
planted a Guyacan
shade tree commemorating the
dedication of the camp. The sho shovel
vel shovel was the silver museum piece
belonging to the Panama Canal
Museum at Balboa.
In addition to 'he scouts at
Camp Chagres, and the friends of
scouting present at the ceremo ceremonies,
nies, ceremonies, other dignitaries included
Dean Maynard Peterson, Dean of
the Cathedra of St. Luke Brig.
Gen. George F. Schlatter, USAF.
President of Boy Scout Council
801 Bob Johnson, Bud Haverstick
Lt. Col. A. A. Tisone, Robert
Thompson, Wes Townsend, and
Dan Daniels. Miss Barbara Styles
of the International Scout Bureau
accompanied I.ady Baden-Powell
to the camp site.
, Raymond George of the Inter Inter-nstional
nstional Inter-nstional Scout Association wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the ceremonies along with
Gilbert Moneau, Director f the
Boy Scouts of Panama.
Throughout the world R V
more people buy : :
Seagrams YO. ifcjH"?'
than any other
Takes Mo Great
WASHINGTON, July 11 (UPI) Secretary of Srart"
Christiail A. Herter left for the second round of the Big'
Four Foreign Minister! conference at Geneva today witlr
no great expectations for success." 4 ;
He pledged that: the West will "negotiate in gootf
faith" when the talks resume on Monday. j "S?
Herter, travelling in one of the government's plush"
new military versions of the Boeing 707 jet transport,
plans to spend a few hours, in Ottawa this afternoon b-
fore continuing on to Geneva. He is due in the Swiss city'
tomorrow morning. 4
The Secretary said in a statement at the airport
that the Western powers are resolved Jto continue as fhe.
did in the initial six weeks of the conference "ttf nego.
tiate in goodjaith." x ;
But he added that they were equally determined tt?
maintain their obliaatrons to the mora rhnn fwmlUin
free people of West Berlin'.
"Before I left for the first
series of discussions in Geneva."
he. said, Vl said. Lhad noreat
f Then he added: t. tl
That remains my view as we
approach' the recondUries at
Herter was canjlng with
him a new Western proposal
on Berlin. It offers, no major
concessions to Russia but
keeps Ihc way open for fur further
ther further bargaining.
The plan was r.ported to
spell out the final sttp3 the So Soviet
viet Soviet must take if it expects a
heads-of-state Summit confer conference
ence conference later this year.
Meanwhile Soviet foreign
minister Andrei Gromyko re returned
turned returned to Geneva today with a
proposal that would ensure a
long postponement of the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin crisis If the West agrees to
a Summit conference;
The Russian was the first of
the big-power foreign ministers
to return .to the Swiss city.
If advance Soviet indications
are to be believed, there was a
chance that the West might de decide
cide decide this second half of the
conference had made enough
progress to "justify" a Summit
Authoritative sources disclos disclosed
ed disclosed yesterday that the West will
offer Russia a Summit confer conference
ence conference late this summer or early
in the autumn in exchange lor
a tacit pledge that a crisis over
Berlin would be "put on ice" for
up to two years.
It has been learned that
Gromyko told British foreign
secretary Sewyn Lloyd pri privately
vately privately that the Soviets woula
not take any unilateral action
on Berlin even if agreement
on German reunification has
not been reached at the end
of an 18-month period.
Gromyko is the one who has
been mentioning an 18-month
Miami Police Plan
Action In Event
Of Cuban Rioting
MIAMI .July 11 (UPI)-Miami
law enforcement officers plan to
arrest first and ask questions lat later
er later in case new riots break out
here among Cuban nationals.
Top federal, state, county and
municipal officials came to this
conclusion at a meeting yesterday
called by Miami Mayor Robert
A midnight riot at the home of
former Cuban Senator Rolando
Masferrer resulted last week m
the arrest of Cuban Consul Aloo Aloo-zo
zo Aloo-zo Hidalgo, triggering lood diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic protests.
Officials feared new outbreaks
may occur July 26, the so-called
"sacred day" in the cause of Cub Cuban
an Cuban Premier Fidel Castro.
But if the question comesup,
the mayor, Metro Safety Director
Tom Kelly and Miami Police Chief
Headley agreed on a policy to ar arrest
rest arrest rioters first and worry later
about diplomatic immunity.
Consuls ordinarily are not im immune
mune immune from arrest when their of offense
fense offense Involves a '.'breach of the
.period, during which Welst ani
Ea'permAns' would gew. to
g'&thert ln:; xornmittee ta. dW-
-' H "ha emphasized this 18i
month period i not an "uiti
matum," and the Russians have
informed some of the Western
partners recently that further
negotiations would follow at th
end of the period if no progresa
had been made. .. ,4,
hub wuuia man mat tna
West would not have to expect
Russia to sign a unilateral
m. 1- 1 j .....
peace treaty with East Germa.
ny at the end of the period, arid
would remove the "threat" that
has hung for so long over their
Western officials do not ex expect
pect expect an East-West agreement
on the Berlin and German is';
sues wifl result at Geneva.?
The talks are not expected to to-last
last to-last mort than three weeks.
There were indications of dis
agreement between the United
Stales anj Great Britain over
what constitutes enough prog'
ress to justify a Summit con
ference, but the Allies were re
ported in firm agreement that
they maintain their right to
free access to West Berlin.
US officials said the new pro
posal contains nothing basical4
ly different from the Western
plan presented to Russia during
the first six-week session ..in
However, one of the details
of the Western proposal that is
open to negotiation is the pro
portion of East and west oer
man representatives on an'f'AU
German" committee that would
try to work out German reunir
ficatlon during a period of any
interim agreement with Russia.
The Soviets have Insisted
on equal representation, The
West, up to now, hat stock
with a plan calling for 15
West Germans and 10 East
Germans. This conform!
roughly with the population
But Herter has said the ntmi
bers are not of too great im importance
portance importance because the West has
agreed to a sysiem ui wuum
permit a veto by either sido to
any provision that the commis commission
sion commission might work out. "y ; ;-This
This ;-This has led to the conclu-t
sion the West Is ready to- agree
to near-parity on tne represen representation
tation representation issue. :!
Dies At Newpbrt:rj
NEWFORT. R. V. July U (UPI)
Henry p. Fletcher, 86, former
chairman of tho Republican Na National
tional National Committee and U. S. dip
lomat, died yesterday at bit sum summer
mer summer home hero. v-vv
Fletcher had served as under undersecretary'
secretary' undersecretary' of state and as Ambas
sador to Belgium, Italy, Chile and
Mexico. .w',v,v jTMsH
He was GOP national cbalrmanf
in the Spanish American wat
with Theodore, Roosevelt's "Rough
Riders," .... I'v;';i;i
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THE MAIL BOX
BOUGH HOUSE RACETRACK
Sf: 'Admirer of the Stewards" (Ma.l Box July 8). like his ; hero
jockey Hehodoro Gustines. is being bull-headed and unfair both to
himself and the stewards of the President Kemon raceLack when
Ss suggests that they are being unjust by slapping
pension on the hct-headed Gusiines tor deliberately fouling another
SS'so blinded by his hero-worship that he can't seem
tn realize that Gustines, while a good rider, has shown himself to be
'iust Dlain icnorant of the facts of life. .,
3 Any casual onlooker will gather that much if he renews what
-led to Gustines' suspension. Daring the running of the Fourth of
T,nv Classic Gustines was crowded by Fernando Alvarez on. ths far
tl n and a?ain m the homestretch. Gustines; angrily used his whip
1 Vvarez as thev came up the stretch, and after dismounting he
had to be restrained from jumping all over Alvarez in plain sight
f Sse'excused for thisbecapse he Probably act act-ied
ied act-ied o? the Jour of the moment and was more than Justified in bemg
fseSe individual wpave shU wrath to the
1111)11 fill riiu
,-.- f nnH ucrsirnn imii me unci
itling of a accounts with
. final sp
In an attemp'
toepr even, hp aewv ,v,wm'--,-p- -;...--t .
-4.i tu vrv npxt race 'bus carni'i-niiuKi... "O 4 j
52 Lsionrchth'iudges r&'iS
his foolishness cost him $40 because ci?:y5h" rSte
sions of foul meets or less may be corverf?4infiine,at.,tie
f ?rK!' that recent when GustW'waalled'beWe the
K hnVwm a knspeX
clearly dipla-d that he the brainier fh two?
I think "Admirer is jusi jjmui
. .... d. T.,l 71 utraisVit as to the
I must set "uampesino uuhh uu,
! ""ST t?ftr5SCVWthgmitT stomachs, unemployed or
'"to low Sine lob have S to live the best and cheapest way they
? I Th! I unHcensed merchants, or contrabandists, can't get a job.
Star-ndlttier. who are complainnlosTablut thj
' eontrSg created the situation th,t has brought e contraband n
about. They thought that the 17 000 persons on the U.S. gw"
payroll in the Canal Zone would all remain on that payroll alter tne
paYiu.. ..; f iua mmmissarips and the cunaii-
mercnams iorcea .i.e l-
ment of other services
to rendering themselves.
, "Camnesino" talks about some
idoes he think his dauenter
and takes her to a military post
; MUI am su ffif 'Campesino-'
Int f he is Io keen on fteiaw being
"he not investigate how various brothels continue to opeiaie ..
! in country where prostitution is illegal? Why does he not inye igat
he case of the girl friend of a certain high government official? She
was unable to get her car licensed because she had not paid i.er taxes
wd couTdVot get a pa, y salvo. Since the beginning of the year she
has been driving round wilh dealers' Olates instead
But to revert to the contention of "Campes.no" and the others
that the Canal Zone is not doinp enough for Panama, what more does
:"Campesino" want the Canal Zone to do? They gave Panama tne
iireSomty for its own -bage colle.Phas n
!:been able to handle the job as well as the CZ flW. Panama got m
Hotel Washington once, and had to hand it nacK.
All "CamDesino's'' woes about contrabanding would evaporate
if the Panama merchants who join so strongly in his chorus would
. v,i ot roaennahle nnces.
' sell wares oi reasuuauic
t wonder whether "Campesino"
Mhe is defending have commissary
send their children out to use CZ
'One cannot but wonder what has
Division on both sides of the Uthmus. Just.Jast weeK reaa wm.
riH. nrl nleasure of how well ated some retired employes of the
.- nrA Tranennr I'nn
' The Engineers, by contrast, have just retired three employes
: who have a total of around 100 years service. One in particular had
nearly 40 years. After all these years Of service were these men
' tvo Treasure of nartine from their workmates like the Trans
portation employe with about 17 years, or the Quartermaster em em-trfove
trfove em-trfove with 27 years? Not the slightest consideration was given any
nt" trip m on deoarture.
t think it is hieh timp some of
In human behavior and understanding. The retiring men were not
asking for a gift or a beer party. They just wanted to wish their
fellow employes a sincere adios. ;
I hope the banners of the Quartermaster and the Transportation
Lift ., WIHWMI
ANN WILLIAMSON, secretary of the Administration and Programs
Office, Ordnance Set lion receives a Department of the Army Perform Performance
ance Performance Award Certificate from Col. John C. Nickerson, Ordnance chief
Of U.S. Army CarinLean. In addition to being cited for her superior
performance, Mrs. Williamson was also commended for her courtesy
Jn- dealing with persons of all grades whether within the Ordnance
organization or ouUlv'e agencies. She is a Business Administration
gradual from East ''arolina Teachers College, Greenville, North
i Carolina, and prosentlv resides
! S Williamson, at Fort hi,be, where he is assigned to the Army Avla Avla-j
j Avla-j tioa Detachment. (U.S. Army Photo).
BO 13 OO
var. Bat .hit. Tt the
nuuu -r r--, : ,.
- t wot nt nrmmd
of the on, the ;
Into these well-conducted dubs
io f, u.
really checked his own home j
r o nrnntrahand goods, that
meticulously observed, why doe
knows that these same merchants
goods! in their;0wn nomes
become of the US Army Engineer
the supervisors be given courses
with her husband. 1st. Lt. Wiley T.
By ROBERT C. RUARK
Grandpa wa always muttering
about things nut being like they
useo. to oe. aw I put it down at
a sign oi senility.
Well, Mac, you can put me
down as a sign of senility right
now, oecduse things ain't luce
they ue.' to bt wisn they were.
Tnis tiiought occurred to me
as 1 i ousted me sixtn-ima uer-
man tourist out of my back yard
this morning, explaining that my
modest roau was not, an auto autobahn
bahn autobahn out merely the access .to
my humble cottage on Spain's
Costa Brava. u have the Kraut-
rousiiig privileges. Mama takes
care ol the dogged English who
persist ir sayuig that tney have
reservations a. this particular Ho
tel. The fault is actually mine.
I once rei erred to the joint as a
"hovel" which it is and the
printer rang in a t" on me.)
When nove into tnese cnarm-
mg parts some seven summers
a-past, there weren t but aDout
the thret hotels in a 20 mile
strip, let alone bars, filling sta
tions, mglt 'Clubs, miniature gou
courses. Daved roads, and tne
other horrors ol summer civiliza
Now the paved roads are
crowded with Rolls-Royces, Ci Ci-troens,
troens, Ci-troens, Mercedes Benzes. Cadil Cadillacs,
lacs, Cadillacs, Ausiin-Healys and other de delicious
licious delicious confections, and you can
hear tne shrieks, of the fleeing
pedestrians from Aigua Blava to
Tossa de Mai. (You can also
hear the shrieks of the odd
Swiss speed merchant as he takes
one partculai curve too fast.)
1 have started wearing a neck
tie when I go into one of the vil
lages at iiight, and, altnougn it is
difficult, I force my way into
I have taken up shaving, be because
cause because vo'j never know who you
will meet at the Gavina in S'Aga-
ro, mayoe even someDoay mat
you owe mouey to. I wouian t
want anybody to think l was on
T Hielib-A HrAnnincr nnmPfl hut
when I am not mavinc chess witharrymore have, their respective
Artie Sh'jw and Evelyn Keyej up
one aide of the street, then I am
falling in for tea with Madeline
Carroll up the other sme ana in
one week we had two baronesses,
my in-laws, and Paul Gallico
just pop in for a touch of ginger ginger-beer.
beer. ginger-beer. My in-laws, have made two
trips in three yeafs to Spa i n
now, and you usen't be able to
pry them out of Chevy Chase.
Maryland as tar as Baltimore.
The globe has shortened so
much lately it appalls. Me, 1 us used
ed used to think I had a corner on
Nairobi. Kenya, .-together, x w It h
fTommv Shevlin and "Ernest Hem-j
ingway. but now I can meet more
people or a street corner in 'Nai 'Nairobi
robi 'Nairobi than I know in New York.
Taking a saiari, these days, is
about as uniaue as having had
mumps as a child,
Aiso 1 fancj? .1 was one of the,
few YanVs wr.t reguarlv red to
visit Australia. Maybe I still own
that dist:nction because now all
the Australians come to Spain to
visit me in the summertime.
I teli you, it gives a fellow a
turn to hear my charmin' Car Carmen
men Carmen ask somebody ,if they want
stvke arid ai? for breakfast.
Things are getting so crowded
around the world that twice I
have been actused of not bein?
me, a delightiui state with which
I was wi.ling to comp'v
One chao in. Hong Kong said
that I couldn't be me. beca"se it
was well knon that tH fellow
who wrote that Mau Mau book
was a rttired ;ajor from the In Indian
dian Indian Army wo raised tea in Li Li-muru,
muru, Li-muru, Kenya. "Sir, you are ob obviously
viously obviously dn imoostor," he said,
and stalked away.
The other' cliao stared at me
fixedly for a while in the Hotel
Aus'ralia in Sydney, and then
shook his head. "I bet your par pardon,"
don," pardon," he said "For a moment I
thought vou were a Woke named
Ruaik. but you couldn't be. for
he lives in Nairobi,."
I came out of a fishing village.
Southport. N. C, and thought
when i bought a house in Pala Pala-mos,
mos, Pala-mos, Spain, alio a fishing villag.
that I had come home to vege vegetate.
tate. vegetate. Don't you believe it. The al almost
most almost completely unknown Costa
Brava has had so much oublici oublici-ty
ty oublici-ty in the 'ast few years that we
are about as chic as anything in
Southein Eurone. and chic er
than most. Aiso, I think we're
richer, too, because every timf
I turn mv bac' for 10, minutes, a
new hotel spnr.gs up.
You'll pardoii me. A big Bent Bent-ley
ley Bent-ley Just drove into the back yard
and a gentlemen with a demand demanding
ing demanding look has alighted.
I must go and tell him that
this is not a hotel, Just a hov hovel,
el, hovel, a poor thing but mine own a-
""" ill! ' 1 "" ""."''.
Walter Winchell In
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Tennessee Williams and Diana
t convinced "it ii more than
friendship.' which is one heluva
skewp, if troo ...Sal Mineo's new
favorite is Marianne Cotton, 19,
a dazzler in the soon-due film,
"Big Circus". .Picasso, only 78,
has lost his head over Vera Nepi,
an Italian stunner from Milan.
. .Mag and newspaper publishers
are amazed at the revelations a a-bout
bout a-bout Life mag's loss in news newsstand
stand newsstand sales in a current newslet newsletter.
ter. newsletter. It reports that in a decade
single copy sales dropped 71 per percent.
cent. percent. From ,224,249 (in 1948) to
636,386 (in 589). .Printing heir
CurtiiwSwifl and.Llz SchelL'are
together aaivHis- gue8ta at' his
come her 4tlf groom. She never
returned the $15,000'rihg be gave
her when they parted a year ago.
. .The Nicky Hiltons are imag imaging,
ing, imaging, again. Happy news following
the loss Of the one they expected.
. .Maestrff Mart: Previa" and 'Ws
estranged wife (singer Betty Ben
nett) may reconcile. .Linda
Cristian, who attracts million
aires, has rich French land own owner
er owner Maurice Landiere in a daze.
Avs Gardner may follow Libe
race into the libel court. She
charges a London paper with
publishing an unauthorized first
person story penned by a Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood scribe. .Weirdie of the
Week: Page 41 of the July Play
boy has a cartoon series depict
ing the ego deflation of Super
man. .u iook $4U,uuo irom an
artist supply millionaire to get a
chorine to forget Mann Act charg charges.
es. charges. .One of the town's big real
estate characters has the Income
Tax people gleefn'lv r a r r
headlines over his heavy arrears.
. .Merv Griffin goes under sur surgery
gery surgery this week.. .Toots Shor isn't
sure whether or not he will open
on 52nd Street or any place He
made a speech to his staff the
other day in which he suggested
that tJhey find new lobs after Jun
mn "because I do not know at
for leading engine manufacturers
GUILLERMO SAMUDIO CIA. LTDA.
for the opening of their
new store at
AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 24-50
Soviet Exhibit Atlas
when I will open a-
Martha Raye's salary in Judy
Holliday's role ("Bells Are Rirg-
ing') on tour will be $5,000 per
week, plus a percentage. .The
entire cast doesn't cost that
much. .Songwriter Johnny
Burke ("Imagination," "Pennies
From Heaven," etc.) and his
wife Pat Stanley will make the
parting oermanent, friends fear.
He Is getting his new song inspir
ation from "Tad' Tadlock, a
dancer on the Arthur Murray
show. .Donn Arden and the Lat
in Quarter have parted. .They
are still looking for a girl snow
producer. How about Monte Pro-
sfr?&-: .Cata., Williams' El.AtVt
rbeco hand-holder was wealthy
Ernest Horvath, producer of com commercial
mercial commercial films. .Arlyne Frank
inherits the leading lady role in
"The Music Man" on the 29th.
She will commute 4 hours daily
because she adores her husband,
a Yale perfessa ... Billie Holli Holliday's
day's Holliday's cussin' has every Metropo
litan Hosp. nurse blushin.' Weil,
"My Fair Lady" may be a
Broadway champion but the
Yonkers trotter with that name
isn't. Goes off at 25 to 1 every
race and always finishes last or
nearly. .Former RKO actor Mi Michael
chael Michael St. Angel opens Movie Movie-towns
towns Movie-towns newest restaurant, Demoni-
co, next month. His partners are
Bob Da ton and Earl sneio, panu
tveoon. .Bentley Ryan, the law
yer, is hotelman Conrad Hilton's
Number One rival for Alena Mur Murray.
ray. Murray. .Many of the smart Wail
Streeters are pulling in the reins
md selling off inflated issues.
They fear price dives in July and
Aug. .At "Gypsy tne o ner
perf when a stripper got her u u-sual
sual u-sual lauah ioshina the Vatican a
Driest down front got up and
walked out. .Jimmy Hoffa hs
decided not to appear on Person-
to-Person. Live TV leaves him o-
pen to queries mat cannot ai-
ways be answered, etc. .Rain
ier commissioned a sculptor to
do Princess Grace. The eyes will
be green sapphires.
Unileu Artists is dangling tall
money in front of Keely Smith.
She may win the "Maria" (oppo (opposite
site (opposite Brando) in the movie ser-
sion of "West Side Story". .Kim
Novak and Aly Khan (before he
flew to Europe) didn't care who
was looking at El'Toro. . .Bill
Holmes has entered the Debbif
Reynolds' Sweepstakes. . .Cing
irosoy carries a million dollar
life insurance policy for his suns.
. .Bunny Kusseil. wfoo shelved
stripping a year ago, is back on
the 52nd Street scene Son ff star
tyty&.mKMM 85 lbs. .Bon-
me uoie, wno co-autna Tiir
Game,", the play, has a new
Beaumeo. He is Fred Chandler,
who now keeps a goat on his
rane Avenue terrace. The a 1-
night baa-baahins is drivina the
wank neighbors daffy.
Don't invite ballerinas R e n e e
Jeanmaire and Ludmilla Tcherina
to the same shooting gallery.
Parees new big feud. .Libera-
ce's best kept secret is a London
eyeful. .Ohas. Chaplin, jr. thao thao-piiy
piiy thao-piiy married) says he's become
accus'omed to seeing his name
in print with starlets and such,
but that he never met Eartha
Kitt. Columns on both coasts
were swindled a?ain. .The big
buzz around the Brill Bldg.
where song people gather: "Who
gave that music publisher those
two shiners'?. .The Richard
Mareks (he's an editor for Mc Mc-C'alls)
C'alls) Mc-C'alls) are imaeing. . .Conduc .Conductor
tor .Conductor Wilfrid Pelletier was listen listening
ing listening to a Parisian friend moan a-
bout New York weather. "Don't
vou have Spring in Paris?" the
maestro inquired. ."Oui," was
the reply. ."And Winter, Sum Summer
mer Summer and Fall?' ,asked Pelletier.
. ."Oui," said the unhapoy man,
"but not all in one day!'
"Superman" George Reeves,
who took his life last week, was
a victim of despondency fits, sc sc-cordinp
cordinp sc-cordinp to chums here. Once
'vheo he was far down in the
dumps, a barfly teased: "Now.
let's see Superman get out of
that!". .Ray McKinley, one of
fie mi'dest guvs in the band biz.
is the latest victim of severe ul ulcers
cers ulcers ...What's with Rita Grable
xid Jerry Vale? Is it off again
of on again. .Italian compos composer
er composer D. Modugno's "Chlao Bambi Bambino"
no" Bambino" is his 20'h attemr. njin:i
oornogranhy will fail. Too many
oeoole fin high and low maces)
distributing the smut. .They
hope to nail the orinters. .Bruce
Zeckendorf. IS year old son of
he bldg tveoon, was shopptn?
'or a betrothal sparkler last week
Ti Fadri thinV he's to0 voun".
er. .Harlan Sone. IT (grand (grand-on
on (grand-on rt he lntr OiPf .TusHc) aPfl
deb Elizabeth .Tonnln. told Cvn.
no chums they'll wed this month;
WASHINGTON'S It.ouYf Vir-
prise no one in the know regard
ing Louisiana politics' iMcrouies
ot emoaitieo Aiov, -ari. U)ng
weren't deliberately rtleasing turn
from hospital care In order to
hasten his exit from political life
or even ... irom i tua. terrestrial
ceo altogether."" "UiXA
The real fact u. tne governor
ia quite a sick man. Continue4
activity can only cause a senous,
prolonged breakdowa: or even
his death. -.mj t 'JZ" ".a v
The doctors who hare examin
ed the, governor know this. So do
his closest friends.-
He was examined many times
while in the Jtospital.-l'he exami
nations suowea mat tone had suf
fered a series of small- stroxes,
Umeis he Is required ; to vko
complete and: prolonged rest -this
could result' in rapid : deteriora
Ua of all m&iWiWMiax
instead of this- rest, tne gover
nor is holding press conferences
at tne rat ot two and sometimes
three a day: jnao 40 telephone
calls from his bed in onr eve
ning, some of them from air Oxy
gen tent, and is planning cam
paign speeches and,, extensiv
trips. ... v
In private' 'tattit, with bTs osy
chiatirsts, Hn governor ''" has
made remarks about his close
associates, which., if true, could
send them to jail.
In a state ..where Long's broth brother,
er, brother, Huey the' Klngflsh, died of an
assassin's bullet, anything can
happen; and it would surprise
no one u Earl Long's release was
not a calculated plan to get him
out oi me way.
It hasn't flared into headlines
yet, but the Democratic revolt
against elderly Speaker Sam
Rayburn in the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives is very much like the
revolt against elderly Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer in Germany. ..
Both indicate that the older a
man gets the more autocratic he
gets. Both are putting blemish
es on the great careers of two
much revered elder statemen.
Young Turk Democrats in Com
gress want to keep their rebel
uon secret, but it s building up
steam in regard to education, a
labor bill, and particularly an in
crease of interest rates on gov
ernment bonds. This was wnat
suddenly caused j .the; Way and
Means Committee to stop the so so-called
called so-called interest rate "com prom
ise" dead in its tracks.
Some Young Turk privately
leu mat the venerable Mr. Sam
was becoming too much behold
en to his fellow Texan, Secreta
ry of theftetsury Bob" Ariflef.
son. who has offered to raise
$200,000 to help operate the Ray-
ourn library at fionham, Tex.
LEADER OF REVOLT
At any rate the revolt reached
a climax at a secret meeting, of
Democratic "' meiribers of the
Ways and Means Commit', e,
charged with recommending for
or against increased interest
rates on government bonds. Lead'
er of the revolt is a French-Can
adian from Rhode Island. Aime
"This isn't a compromise," he
sai'd, referring to the plan to let
President Eisenhower decide
whether to increase interest
rates on government bonds. "It's
the same as the original plufl,
with a change in the wording, to
give the Eisenhower administra administration
tion administration unlimited power to increase
"This plan would create more
inflation and add to the national
debt," continued the French-Canadian
from Rhode Island. "The
Democratic party would be hurt
if we lend our support to it. We
will have a black eye in the 1960
"What do you mean by a black
eye?" asked a colleague.
"I mean the kind of a black
eye Floyd Patterson got the oth
" td ,MMtj'"otK. 'trt."..A...iV fitful i,.wlvl .' '-rr,.- ii'.- v 'AW-v
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i-'H-'-'yMf. J ifffTOtj" n-.j-clii v j- -tvv ),t, : ;, i
jpr es &nit;
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(..'.- .in" f'.-iH ... mmn ,".'i.i:isJii,A".)(K.Mf
The Blonde Bombshell on the Organ
at the Musical BarXNighlly
THE CHARROS ZAMORA
SPECIAL BUFFET DINNER EVERY SUNDAY
: 6 IO P.M. i
CONTINUOUS SH0WS FR0M 9 P.M. SATURDAY
Delicious Ftod, inot lnt and Liquor
Bar Open Day and"; Night f
Join trit' Lbttary Togothor: Every Sunday
Muilo Nightly and from,1 1:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
. X-'ti 5,'. Mn'
Special Lunch Monday thru Saturday $1.00
SAFE PARKING i BLOCK FROM ZONE,,
' General Managers
er night from Ingemar Johann
Chairman Wilbur Mills th Ar
kansas Democrat who sides with
Rayburn and Anderson tnr
increase : in government bond in-,
wrest zaiea, wsagreeav'::
said. .. "'but I can't afrn. it k
them. TWi compromise measur
ir a-aaff and: latlafactory solu-"
uon. It leaves It up to ma Presi-
pent ana tne Treasury to revis
uiterest rates upward on,' long long-term
term long-term bonds, only in. the event of
a "crisis thtt is, if tht bond,
can t otherwise be marketed."
; .,UNLIMITEP POWERS
Congressman James Frazier of
Tennessee, anothef.; members :o
the opposition, bloc,; poke1; up. 5
-We xant afford to give the
Jfresident and teeratar m tk
- vuiupieie ana aroi aroi-trary
trary aroi-trary ppwert contained, in this
so-called compromise hill." ha
, "Crom' time foir A n d r w
J ICKSOn. th nmrutia Ha n.a-
iff beenJ high interest
rates andt for, adequate control
vu lub uaniunff' iruiuetrv ti...
bill would' give r almost unlimited
powers tr- raise bond i Interest
rtes higher and higher.
wouia eventually jnean in increased
creased increased interest rate on ..
automobiles, washing macWnes-I
credit," argued Frazier. For
the interest rates on private cred credit
it credit invariably follow the trenrf of
.tSm-h WJ10 tvPPsed Rayburn
and Mills in theprr.r
25 EftBocrtt,.wert Lee Metcal!
of Montana,, Tom O'Brien of B B-hnois,
hnois, B-hnois, Frank Karsten of Missou Missou-n
n Missou-n and Thad Machrowicz of Mich
Finally Rayburn and Mllla a.
cided it would be wiser to post-
jwiio any snowaown on me dynamite-laden
issue for at least a
However, tha revolt i.n'i iib..
ly to quiet down. Even if the in in-terest
terest in-terest rate increase arete hv tha
House it's not. likelv in n... th.
Senate this summer,
(Presented by the Department
i of Christian Education ,f th
lriieotl Church In th. Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Olecese f th pan,
ma Canal Zone.)
DRUNK BUT, NOT WITH WINE
"They are drurricn, but
with wine; they stagger,
not witn strona drink."
mere are many tnings whieh
can' intoxicate a man b e s i d
strong drink. Isaiah condemn
the people's over-concern with the
round of sacrificed. Here we
are confronted with a subtle dan danger.
ger. danger. A man can become intoxi intoxicated
cated intoxicated with the wrong kind of re-
ed in a select circle of righteous righteousness
ness righteousness that he loses any sense of
reality. This is surely one of the
symptoms of drunkenness. It i
easy to become a spiritual alco alcoholic.
holic. alcoholic. It is also possible to become
an intellectual one. Much learn learning
ing learning can make us drank. These
are the ones who csnnot read the
book of life, They have sealed it
with so much red tape they can
We can add to the prophet's
list. It is possible to be drunk
with a sense of one's own impor importance,
tance, importance, as well as one's piety, and
with a desire for power. For th
essence of drunkenness is to lose
one's sense of balance, the abil ability
ity ability to see distinctly and to speak
. i1s',riM Hmimtl.eihi,.toUy,
TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPEB
SATURDAY, JW, Hi J95
Demos Veteran Senator lambastes
Butler For Criticizing Party Heads
GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL Several members of A Company, 1st pattle Group, 20th Infantry,
received the Good Conduct Medal from their, company commander, Capt. George A. Grayeb Jr.
Awarded tra medal for exemplary, .conduct are, left to right, sp-4 Willard I. Swiggert, Sgt. Al Alberto
berto Alberto C mimas-and Sp-4 Edgarl'Malone.- At the far right Is Grayeb-(US Army Photo)
Six AevV Officers Assigned
To Caribbean Command Staff
The assignment o'f six new of- dent with the Paaama Canal Com-
ficers to the Caribbean, Command,
including a Deputy Chief of .otalf,
was announced today by the uni unified
fied unified command headquarters at
Capt. Jerrte H. Ashley, Jr.,
USN, has been assigned as Depu Deputy
ty Deputy chief of staff, Caribbean Com Command.
mand. Command. He was formerly jcom jcom-mader
mader jcom-mader of the U.S. Navy's Taiwin
Base Command in Taipei, Formo Formosa.
A 1934 graduate of the U.S. Naval
Acedemy, he is a qualified sub submarine
marine submarine commander with six sub submarine
marine submarine w,ar patrols to his credit.
Now on his third4ourf duty- in
the Canal Zoneifte -was- formerly
aiso executive and navigator on
submarines at the Coco Solo Sub Sub-torpedo
torpedo Sub-torpedo and gunnery officer and
marine Base from 1938 to 1942.
He was also a training officer at
Rodman Submarine Base -rom
to 1947 and "I then rsr(d f as assistant
sistant assistant .toSthe? nfarinel feupeiaaMi-
Danv until 1949.'
Col. Clark LymyJr., USA, has
been assigned as the Executive
Oficer of the Car;bljean Com Command
mand Command J-3,' 'Plans and Operations
Division. He arrived i,n the Canal
Zone recently from' Havana, Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, where he was' Chief of the
UTS; 'Army 'Mission to Cuba.
A veteran of 25 years' military
service. Col Lynn, is a 1934 gra graduate
duate graduate of the U.5'. Military Acade Academy
my Academy at WeVt Point and'also a gra graduate
duate graduate of the Command and Ge Ge-naral
naral Ge-naral Staff College, Fort Leaven Leavenworth,
worth, Leavenworth, Kansas.
He has served other overseas
tours in; the"China,:TBo'riSi and In India
dia India Thfeater of 'operations as a
Chinese army advisor from 1.944
to 1947 and in Turkey with the
military assistance group from 1951
Capt. George D. M. Cunha,
USN, is assigned as the Chief of
iPlans in-the OfficrW the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Cqmntand -Assistant Chief
WASfflNdTON (UPI) Sen.
Theodore F. Green (D-R.L), a
Democratic national committee
man and party patriarch, bluntly
told National Chairman Paul M.
Butler today to stop using his
office as a "gun-pit from wntcn
to fire on other party -leaders.
The 81-year-old Senator, a for former
mer former vice chairman of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National Committee, wrote
Butler that bii recent attack .on
the. party's congressional leaders
was unprecedented in the history
of American politics.
"I hope in all sincerity both in
your own interest and that of our
fellow Democrats that the chair
manship of the .Democratic Na
tional Committee will cease to be
a gun-pit from which to train fire
upon Democratic national candi candidates."
dates." candidates." Green said.
,: Butler's office said he was not
immediately available for comment.
There have been demands for
Butler's resignation from several
Southern Democrats, long opposed
to his civil rights stand, including
Chairman Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.)
of the Senate Finance Committee.
Shortly after Green made pub-
lio his letter, Butler was criticized
on the Senate floor by Democratic
Sens. Spessard Holland (Fla.) and
Stephen M. Young (Ohio) for his
attack on Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson and
Speaker Sam Rayburn. x
Butler touched off the family
fight on a Sunday TV program.
He said Democratic congressional
leaders might cost th party the
1960 presidential and congression
al elections with their "conserva
tive" itand on legislation.
Urging the leaders to get be
bind "progressive" bills, be said
quite a few Democrats around
the country were dissatisfied with
the record -of the Democratic
controlled Congress of far. John
son and Rayburn have since -de
fended their strategy.
Green also spoke out on behalf
of the legislative record and said
more bills weje yet to come. But
now, he said, Democrats in both
the House and Senate are con
fronted with a dilemma.
"Ti'ey are finding themselves
attacked not from without by Re
publicans but from within by i
fellow Democrat and one stand
ing high in the party organiza
tion, he said.
2 Reminding that his party ser
vice goes- back many decades,
Green said he had known Demo
cratic Senators who defected to
the GOP and governors who cam
paigned against their party candidates.
"But this Is the first time in
history, so far as I know," he
wrote, "that a national commit
tee chairman opened fire on Sen Senators
ators Senators of his own party; on the
committee chairmen of his party
in the Congress; and so in fact
upon all Democratic members of
both Houses of Congress."
Experiment In Ohio To Test Effect
Of Radioactive talfei ftp Craps
WOOSTER; Ohio (UPI) Work Workers
ers Workers here have started building a
concrete foot-high border around
an acre of farmland which is
destined to grow, perhaps the
world's dejsstpp.,; --s-:!T
Next spring, agronomists will
s?cd the land with -corn, hay,
soybeans and possibly wheat,
then spray it with a potent solu solution
tion solution of water and strontium 85, a
Then the fiejd ..will receive the
normal amounts pf fertUizers .and
attention any farmer i.n the north northern
ern northern Ohio region would give his
The purpose, is,. to( determine thej
eflect of radioactive lanouv on,
crops. The experiment could con continue
tinue continue for half a century,
Ohio State University, which op operates
erates operates an agricultural s t a t i o n
here, is conducting the research
under an S35.00Q Atomic Energy
Strontium 85. a material some
what less dangerous but similir
in behavior to strontium 90, the
deaHly by-product of a puclear
explosion, will be. used, the first
year to cut the risk of contamina-,
tion as farmnandVwith.ph.p. de de-groeq
groeq de-groeq tnd the croos,
Strontium 8$ "dies dut" Jn
about two years, according to
James L. Mortensen, associate
professor of agronomy at OSU
and one of the scientists conduct conducting
ing conducting the experiment. ,N
Plans '6airfor"trbnttuih 90 it it-sett
sett it-sett to "be spfa'y'ed'in solution on
the 20 plots, each about l-20th of
an acre and each sealed by a
concrete wall, the following year.
The istrontium 90, which will be
shipped from the AEC installa
tion at Oak Ridge, Tenn., will
sHJl retain, .hajf .its radioactivity
25 years after it enters' the soil.
Geiger counters and other de devices
vices devices will be used to measure the
amount of radioactivity absorped
by the grains., as, they grow in the
fields. Mortehsen said!'
The,cncrete, '.walls' -surrounding
the Plots will collect tne ram wa water
ter water which runs off the land. It,
too, will be analyzed.
In I960, the strontium 90 will
be spr?yie,4 on natural virgin
wooded areas, near here and in
other parts .of Ohio to measure
its .effects on growing trees.
The experiment is the only
one. in the country to be conduct
ed n farmlands under natural
conditions,, Mortensen, said. Ex Experimenters
perimenters Experimenters have conducted sim-
il?'V research in greenhouses, he
said. ,. .
of Staff, J-3. He arrived in the
Canal Zone this week after com
pletion of the Naval War College,
Newport. Rhode island.
A veteran of nearly 22 years
military service, he is a Naval
Aviator who flew 25 combat mis
sions in the battles of Iwo Jima,
Okinawa, the Luzon Invasion and
in the first carrier raid on. Tokyo,
He completed two years of slu
dies at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology infl932 and also com
pleted the U.S. Navy Genral
Line- School in 1947.
Lt. Col. Harry P. Kelhher,
USAF, has been assigned as the
Caribbean Command Public Infor Information
mation Information Officer. He was formerly
the Information. Services Officer
with the 819th Air Division and
Chief of Intelligence with the
341st Bomb Wing at Dyess AFB,
Previously he served with the
Strategic Air Command at Tra Travis
vis Travis AFB, California,, -and held in intelligence
telligence intelligence assignments in Korea
and Europe. He is a lormer new
York news writer and contribu
tor on aeronautics to the i-ncyio-
Cdr. James t. biaes, usn, is
assigned as a Plans Officer in
the Flans and- operations- ihvW
sion ui varifweau vuminauu. rir
or to his nw assignment he waf
Commanding Officer of the USS
Oak Hill, a Landing snip dock
engaged in operations in San Die Diego
go Diego and the Western Pacific.
A veteran of 24 years' military
service, he is a 1939 graduate of
the Armed Forces Staff College
and the U.a. submarine school. He
is a qualified suDmarme com
mander with five submarine war
patrols to his credit.
Lt. Col. James D. Meriot, USA,
is assigned as Headquarters Com
mandant on the Post of Quarry
Heights. He arrived at the com
mand recently from Havana, Cu
ba, where he was assigned as
armor advisor with the U.S. Ar Army
my Army Mission to Cuba.
A veteran of 12 years military
service, he is a graduate of Clem-
son, South Carolina. He has also
completed the Army Lan g u a g e
School, Monterey, California and
the Associate Advanced Course of
the Armor School at Fort Knox,
Confessed Slayer Of 5-yr-old Say Say-He
He Say-He Confused Little Girl With Wife
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RECEIVINd1 a Department of thArfmy "Cehl'ffca,te"o! Vccomplish Vccomplish-menl
menl Vccomplish-menl from Col. John D. Coney. Fort Clayton post commander Is Mrs.
Betty Haberstick,t ifervlct club director. This certificati was awarded
to Mrs.-Haberstick for-a, superior performance In Enlisted Men's Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Council operations and .Integrating the military and civilian
coordination program. (U.S. Army Photo). .'
Martyrdom Of Bab
Baha'is all over the world
gathered at noon yesterday for
prayers, readings from the Baha'i
writings, and meditation in com
memoration of the martyrdom of
the Bab, who was the Persian
prophet of modern days.
He was taartyred in the public
market place of Tabriz Persian
in the year of 1850.
The Baha'is- in the different com
munities or the Isthmus comme commemorated
morated commemorated this Holy Day in va various
rious various programs, The Canal Zone
community of Baha'is, with a
group of friends, met at the Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Hotel in the garden room and
after a short explanation of the
meaning of the commemoration be
ing held, and readings from the
Baha'i writings and prayers they
enjoyed a luncheon and Inter Interchange
change Interchange of thoughts and friendship.
K'"i 'n Musical
NEW YORK (UPI)-Margaret
Truman, daughter of f r m e r
President Harry Truman, said
yesterday she is considering an
offer to play the part of a nun
in a Broadway musical by Rich Richard
ard Richard Rodger and Oscar Hammer Hammer-stein
stein Hammer-stein II and starring1 Mary Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. ;v.
"I think it would be very ex exciting,"
citing," exciting," MisjvTruman said; ; "But
lot of things enter into this. I
do have a family." n
Miss Truman, : wife of news newspaperman
paperman newspaperman Clifton Daniel recently
gave birth to the couple's second
She said she had not yet read
the script of the musical and
would not sppeaf In It J'unless my
The show, '.'The sound ot Mu Music,"
sic," Music," will be presented by Miss
Marin's husband, Richard Hal'l Hal'l-day.
day. Hal'l-day. Miss Truman's part would
ilnglng-actlng rol i
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) The
confessed slayer of a 5-year-old
girl was quoted today as saying
he confused the child with his
wife, whom he had sent from
home after telling her "I know
I'm going to kill somebody."
Robert K. Ervin, 21, arrested
Wednesday as he stepped off a
train from Los Angeles, Is ac accused
cused accused of the rape slaying of Do Dolores
lores Dolores Stafford, a neighbor child
whose nude, slashed body was
found in Ervin s aiuc lvivuuay.
"Yes, I killed her," Ervin tola
police. "The little girl acme over
to my house. I was lying on the
couch. She thought I was asleep
but I wasn't.
"I thought she was my wife.
Police said Ervin's story was
His wife. Kathy, 18, told offi officers
cers officers her husband had split per personality
sonality personality and that "he said that
ever since he was a little boy t
person inside him- urged him t
She aaid she had gone home to
her Darents in Kingman, ariz.,
last Saturday after Ervin tried to
choke her and then told her:
"You better get away, namy.
I lcnow I'm oing to kill some-
Mrs. Ervin, who is expecting a
child, turned over to police a let letter
ter letter she received from her hus husband
band husband from Los Angeles, where he
fled after the slaying. It said in
"Kathy, Kathy, I love you. I'll
never know why I did this. I
know I'll be put away for a long
time, and I'd like to see you be before
fore before then."
Police said Ervin denied raping
the child, a neighbor who fre frequently
quently frequently visited his wife and who
apparently went to the Ervin
home without knowing Mrs. Er Ervin
vin Ervin was away. Doctors said there
was no question, however, that
she had been sexually molested.
Dolores was one of four chil children
dren children of St. Elmo Stafford, an ex executive
ecutive executive of the Las Vegas Review
Journal, and Mrs. Stafford. The
family came here from Fort
Smith, Ark., six months ago. A
first degree murder charge would
be filed against Ervin today or
Resentent against the 5-foot,
3-inch youth was high in the com
munity. Detective Lt. B. J. Hand-
Ion said he doubted that any mob
violence could be attempted, but
sad gn extra jailer had been put
on duty and "we'll stop any trou trouble
ble trouble if it comes, right quick."
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SIX MORE TO GO lleenlisting for six more years in the Navy, SK3 Robert F. Ronayne (center)
and PN2 Kent K. Klarner (right) are administered the oath by Capt. Kenneth W. Hines, Rodman Na Naval
val Naval Station commanding officer. Ronayne, from West Springfield, Mass., has been in the Navy. Navy.-three
three Navy.-three years. Klarner, of Chicago, is a veteran of four years' service.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.-The
Defense Department, on the pres
ent status of the Jupiter missile:
"Jupiter has attained an unus unusual
ual unusual degree of reliability and ac accuracy
curacy accuracy and i ready for opera
WASHINGTON Former Re Republican
publican Republican Sen. George Bender of
Ohio, now anti-corruption clean-up
man for the Teamsters Union, de describing
scribing describing the union's headquarters
in the capital:
"It reminds me of a church of office.
fice. office. There is no gambling, no
liquor drinking of any kind going
on there. It is run very efficiently."
WASHINGTON Rear Adm.
Hyman G. Rickover, after reveal
ing that some retired military of officers
ficers officers had tried to pressure him
on government contracts:
"No officer, no retired officer,
no member of Congress has ever
had any influence on me."
WASHINGTON Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, attacking Presideht Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's threat to recall Congress
in special session:
"On Tuesday we have a veto of
a (housing) bill on the grounds
that it would authorize excessive
spending. On Wednesday, we are
told that we nvight be called back
in special session if we don't
PROF. REGINALD R. ISAACS,
chairman of the department of
regional planning at Harvard Uni University,
versity, University, spoke at the Ateneo de
Ciencias y Artes last night before
engineers, architects, members
of Panama's Housing Institute and
other persons interested in city
planning. Isaacs main suujecc
was "The Need For. Planning."
and touched on city planning and
local participation, community fa facilities
cilities facilities and the control of urban
growth, and related topics.
RED RELEASE PRISONERS
TOKYO (UPI) Communist
China has released 12 Nationalist
Chinese officers captured on the
Fukien front, the New China
News Agency reported today. The
agency said the 12 were released
Monday in accordance with Red
China's "policy of leniency to towards
wards towards prisoners." It did not say
when the Nationalists were captured.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Slate
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit bdxet, for jewelry and
documents, In 4 different sizes.
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the presence of his mother and his little brothers. Rogelio
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The sensational Italian songstress
2 showa 9:15 and 11:15 p.m.
CLARENCE MARTIN'S Orchestra
"JUNGLE STEAK PIT"
Tempting generous portion steaks
nightly except Monday
music by Cristobal Munoz
"Steaks" for t per person.
F-pJJiry "Minute steaa" Sgtofl
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CORPS OF EOMBIROS IN COLON ISSUI
INVITATIONS POR ANNIVIRSAR ( RiC.PTION
Julio A. SUi, Commandant of the Corpi of Bomberoi (Fire De Department)
partment) Department) of Colon hn issued inviUtions for a reception marking the
sixty-second anniversary of the founding of the corps Sunday, June 19.
The event will be held from 7 to 9 p.m., and informal attire or
uniform will be the appropriate dress.
" Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Mon Mon-tanye
tanye Mon-tanye of Barranquilla. Colombia,
formerly of the Canal Zone, an announce
nounce announce the birth of their third
daughter and fourth child Thurs-
day in Barranquilla.
Mrs. Montayne will be rememb remembered
ered remembered as Miss Ruth Myers, former
Burse at Gorgas Hospital,
v The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Myers
f Jackson, Mich. Mrs. Dorothy
W. Montaye of Gatun is the pat paternal
ernal paternal grandmother.
New Lutheran Pastor
To Be Honored Sunday
Rev. Arthur W. Meyer, Mrs.
Mayer and their three children
will be introduced to members
and friends of the Redeemer Lu Lutheran
theran Lutheran Church in Balboa at a pot
luck supper Sunday afternoon.
The supper will ollow a service
at 5 p.m.. when Rev. Meyer mill
be installed as the new pastor of
the church by Rev. Herman Bartz
interim pastor, and Frederick S.
Illick, vicar of the Lutheran par parish
ish parish in Coco Solo.
The public is invited to attend
both the service and the supper.
Rosary Altar gtoefoty
Ha Bake Sale Sunday
Members of the Rosary Altar
Society of Ho'" Family Church In
Margarita will sponsor a bake
sale before and after each mas
tomorrow morning at the church.
Unitarian Society Plans
Family rvlce. Lineh
The Unitarian Society wil pre pre-seit
seit pre-seit his July f a m 1 1 y Sunday
church service and luncheon to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at the Unitarian
Center. BnUdine 362, in Ancon:
Mr. W. E. Scofield will conduct
the serivce at 10:30 a.m., hav having
ing having as his topic "The Unitarian
hTthe Canal Zone". Luncheon will
be served during the discussion
period to follow the service.
ahy-sitMng service will be provided.
! Meals taste
Uti it on rice! Sea how
delicious it it with hi
food, spaghetti, meat,
Zgt, salads every everything.
thing. everything. Add Maggi Ketchup to
all your meals and
everybody will be delighted.
Pms 3-0740 2-074 Urn. J 10 mft
The host committee will be
headed by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Shaw of Curundu, and includes
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bentz of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Crawford of Curundu, Mr.
and Mrs. John Pfeiffer to Pana Panama
ma Panama City, Mrs. Annette Reedy of
Balboa and Miss Melinda Mar Marshall
shall Marshall of Los Rios.
Clayton NCO Wives
Install Now Officers
New officers ui the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton NCO Wives Club were install installed
ed installed during the regular monthly
business meeting this week in the
ballroom of the club. Mrs. Wil William
liam William E. Hull is the newpresid-
Cia. Fuerza y Luz
To Three Employes
The Fuerza y Luz Co. announ announ-ed
ed announ-ed the pormouou ot tnree tele telephone
phone telephone department employes July
i. it. L. uleichman was promote a
from telephone engineer to. sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent ot operations and
maintenance; E. cniai tfau was
promoted irom assistant telephone
plant engineer to te.ep.ioue engin engineer
eer engineer and Erasmo A. Vallarino was
pormoted from splicer loreman to
supervisor of telephone outside
plant construction and mainte maintenance.
nance. maintenance. "'-
Gleichman is a native of James Jamestown,
town, Jamestown, N. Y., and graduated from
the Univeriity of Michigan in
1950 with a degree in mechanical
engineering and has been asso associated
ciated associated with Fuerzas y Luz since
September 1950 in various engin engineering
eering engineering capacities. Gleichman's
new position covers the direction
and administration of engineering
construction and maintenance of
outside telephone plant and sub subscriber
scriber subscriber installations.
Enrique Chial Yau a native of
Panama City attended the Pan
American Institute and was gra graduated
duated graduated from Balboa Higjjf School
in 1950. He hold's bachelor and
master degrees in mechanical
engineering from Rensselaer Po Polytechnic
lytechnic Polytechnic Institute at Troy, N. Y.
and also has the distinction of
having been appointed an instruc instructor
tor instructor of the Institute upon ob obtaining
taining obtaining his master's degree. Re Returning
turning Returning to Panama he was "engag "engaged
ed "engaged in refrigeration and air con
ditioning engineering before join-
in? Fuerza y Luz in September
1957. His new assignment makes
him responsible for engineering
and construction of outside tele telephone
phone telephone plant,
Erasmo Ai Vallarino Is a na native
tive native of Panama City and attend attended
ed attended Instituto Nacional. In 1948 V V-llarino
llarino V-llarino joined Fuerzas y Luz and
was one of the first employes of
the company to successful com complete
plete complete an Intensive four-month tele telephone
phone telephone cable splicing school. Va Va-llarino's
llarino's Va-llarino's new responsibilities cov cover
er cover the construction and mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of outside telephone over overhead
head overhead and underground csble and
The whole family will enjoy
the feeling of freshness which
MEXANA powder elves. For
prickly heat, rasii. erzema,
rltations . V
If-1 iv--. I
Ouard Against ilOJI
.-. He jit. ,v,Xr
ent; Mrs. Donald M. Zies, vice
president; Mrs. Robert E. Ayde Ayde-lott,
lott, Ayde-lott, treasurer; and Mrs. George
W, Flynt, secretary.
New chairmen who were elected
include Mrs. 0. L. Chambers, pub
licity; Mrs. R. H. Kinsey, and
Mrs. P. Golden, program; Mrs.
T. H. Wilcox and Mrs. D. W.
Sout, hospitality; Mrs. J. E.
Scot', Mrs. G. U. Hall, Mrs. D.
H. Cameron and Mrs. D. H. E E-gan,
gan, E-gan, membership.
Mrs. Luther Wyrick, outgoing
program, chairman, announced
that the monthly meeting to wel welcome
come welcome newcomers will be a tour
of Flamingo Island next Wednes
day morning. The July social meet
feature a display and dis
cussion on imported fabrics by
irs. C. Attia of Colon.
Mes. L. Wrazen and Mrs. M. H.
Bryant were welcomed as new
members, and Mrs. J. J. Crow'1
and Mrs. R. W. Washington were
in'roduced as guests. Farewe'
gifts were presented to Mrs.
George E. Silvas and Mrs. L. Mu.
lenax, and wood roses corsage
were given to the outgoing o'fio
ers o the club. Mrs. C. P. Snee
was the winner of the raffle rpize.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. C. L. Boggs. Mrs William
B. Freeze, Mrs. D. H. Cameron
and Mrs. A. L. Chambers.
With attention focused recently
on tne inadequacies ot some A A-merican
merican A-merican representatives abroad,
Beatrice Russell has come up
with a revealing book "Living in
State," the adventures of a For Foreign
eign Foreign Service wife, written with
spirit and wit, which was placed
in circulation ths week at the
Canal Zone Library.
She shows Foreign Service life
as something more than a life of
ease with hordes of servants to
peel one's grapes.
The book is filled with vivid des descriptions,
criptions, descriptions, thoughtful comments,
and sharp observations.
The complete list of new books
now availabel at the library fol fol-lowes:
lowes: fol-lowes: NON-FICTION. A Room In
Moscow, Belfrage; How to Get
into College, Bowles; Rivers, Man
and Myths; From Fish Speari
to Water Mills, Brlttain; The Gun
Collector's Handbook of Values,
Chapel; New Horizons in Latin
Latin America, Consldine; Mathe Mathematics
matics Mathematics in Fun and In Earnest.
Court; 95 Poems Cummings; Bit Bitter
ter Bitter Lemons, Durrell; The Last
Nine Days of the Bismarck, For Forester;
ester; Forester; The Exploding Methopolii.
Fortune; Emotional Problems of
Adolescents. Gallagher; From Ape
to Angel; an informal history of
social anthropology, Hays; All A A-bout
bout A-bout Portugal, Long; More lo
Anger. Mmnes; A Choice of Mur Murders
ders Murders Mystery Writers of Amer America.
ica. America. Inc.: Album of Sports and
Games, New Yorker; Getting A A-long
long A-long in Portuguese. Pel: Living
in State, Russell: Anne Frank, a
portrait In courage, Schnabel.
FICTION -Things Fall Apart,
Achebf: As Bad as I Am, Ardj
The Watsons; Jane Austen's frag fragment
ment fragment continued and completed by
John Coates Austen; Cells
Garth, Bristow; Hate for Sale,
Cn borlanH: Watch on the Bridge,
Garth; Mrs Panopoulis, God God-den;
den; God-den; Oman's Ride, Hoyle; Week
end in Baghdad, Wadham.
(xMystery or suspense)
RAPISLAYfR TO Oil'
SAN DIEGO, Calif (UPI) -Harvey
M. Glafman of Los An An-eles.
eles. An-eles. confessed rape-slayer of
threr women, has been sen'enced
to die in the gas chamber Sept,
M. Superior Judge John A. Hew-
iicker vesterdav set the execution
date for the 31 year-old amateur
photographer. Glatman met his
victims by advertising for pho
tograpl y models. He then stran strangled
gled strangled hem with a cord and left
their bodies in lonely deserted
Terrific Bargains On Office Supplies! Don 'I
This is the new store of Guillermo Samudio Cla., Ltda., located at Are. Nacional No. 24-50, one of
Panama's most assorted automotive parts distributors. The firm was founded in 1947 at 11th
Street West No. 78 by Messrs. Guillermo Samudio and Rodolfo Samuda, owners, and by the in indispensable
dispensable indispensable help of Mr. Antonio Escobar. Three years later, Guillermo Samudio Cia., Ltda., mov moved
ed moved to 17th Street West No. 74. The present location of this firm Is a further step in their ex expansion
pansion expansion program. Ave. Nacional commonly known as "Automobile Row" -is fast becoming the
center in sales for cars, trucks and automotive parts. In the picture: Antonio Escobar, Ruperto
Chue, Guillermo Samudio, Martin B. Glasgall and Rodolfo Samuda. Adyt.
Death Toll Hits 53
HADERSLEV, Denmark, July 11
(Vfl) The death toll in the ex explosion
plosion explosion and sinking of a over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded sightseeing boat rose to
53 today, police feared frogmen
would bring up even more bodies
from the bottom of the artificial
lake on which the tragedy occurr occurred.
ed. occurred. At least 30 of the dead had
been Identified and it was esta established
blished established six were foreigners.
Police said "it was believed"
there were 45 or "perhaps more"
survivors of the sinking Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. At least 35 persons were in injured.
jured. injured. The sightseeing boat Dam Ende
was raked by flames following an
explosion below decks. Men, wo women
men women and children fell into
screaming panic and the crew
Here To Wind Up
Series AI YMCA
f-mii. -R Honrh. United Nations
representative in Panama, will be
thA speaker for the final program
in the current "Adventuring in
Democracy" series at th Balboa
YMCA next Tuesday, at 7:30
p.m. A film, entitled -we tne
Pennt" will aln he ahown.
The nrosram is designed to ora
sent the- utracture ndj-pupposeB
of The United Nations and its
specialized agencies, with parti particular
cular particular rfer0no to th work of
the United Nations In the field of
technical assistance. There will be
a discussion of the general pur purposes
poses purposes of World Health Oreanl Oreanl-atinn
atinn Oreanl-atinn nrt : th Food 'and Agricul
tural Organization. Objectives,
and evdence of accompnsn accompnsn-ments
ments accompnsn-ments will also be given.
BRANCH STORE on TIVOU
. CvV" eC4
was unable to get to life pre preservers
servers preservers stored under seats.
Nearly every citizen in this
town was touched by the tragedy.
Bakery owner H. H. Jensen and
his wife, for instance, lost their
two little daughters, Mrs. Jen Jensen's
sen's Jensen's parents, her brother and
sister-in-law and their 12 year
It was believed no Americans
were aboard the gaily painted
pleasure craft but several Ger German.
man. German. Swedish and Belgian tour
ists were aboard with their chil children.
dren. children. Some were hit by the explosion
anri flamina easnline: others were
burned when the gaily striped
canvas awnings covering, the
decks burst into flames and col collapsed
lapsed collapsed on them.
The boat blew up weanesaay
afternoon while cruising on the ar
tlflcial lake formed by Haderslev
dam in South Jutland near the
German border, Crew members
said the blast was caused by gas gasoline
oline gasoline from a leaking fuel line drip dripping
ping dripping onto the hot engine.
Authorities said the boat was
sliehtlv overcrowded. They said
its caDaticv was 85 but that it
l td at leas 90 persons aboard.
Cant. Hans Riistofte. the boat's
owner, tried to. head it to shore
but it sank less then 15 yards
from shallow water,
"I know a littl about engines
tand heard how it m's-fire4 a cou--Bi-ftf
tinfiMs hut I did notiectQaltv
think nnvthinf qeflOHS WSS gotnc
to happen. Then suddenly a yellow
spitfire netted out trom tne e.ijzin
and Hans Riistofte '. . sounded
the alarm. 1
"The pnnic cannot be described,
"Riistofte tried in vain to reach
tha lifdhclt which wer tnrn1 In
benches and boxes, The passen-
Bers got in nis way an i"e tirp.
Several of them Jumped into the
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wt.ter and I did the same thing
"A screaming woman with a
baby was swimming beside me in
the water. I grabed the child and
calmed the mother, and a row row-boat
boat row-boat came toward us and we were
picked up together with a few oth others.
ers. others. "Aboard the burning boat the
panic was still spreading, it was
awful io hear the screams for
help while we were rowed away.''
Persons living nearby sped to
the scene in rowboats to pick up
what survivors they could. One of
these was Carl Engel who told
how he had to make the awful
choice of whom to pick up.
"I kept a distance of a few me meters
ters meters from the dam end and picked
up a man who was swimming
with a small child in his arms.
he said. "They were all more or
"I refused to pick up anybody
who was able to swim and was
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEa Service
NORTH (D) 14
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North Eaat South West
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4 Double 4 Pass
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Opening lead 3
Colonel Robert Scott, USA (Ret.)
of San Angelo Is an old campaign
er is every sense of the word.
In the recent Lubbock tourna tournament
ment tournament he saw through a series of
camouflage bids by North and
made the only lead to beat s slam
If you take a look at the hands
you will see that only a club open opening
ing opening will beat the heart slam, with
any other lead South has time to
knock out the ace of trumps and
set up the spade suit for four club
When North lumped to the slam
Bob could hardly believe his em.
He held the ace of trumps an l
two kings and his partner had
doubled North's four diamond bid.
Where were all the bids coming
Obviously North had S freakisn
hand. In that ease he was surely
prepared for the diamond opening
that asi had invited by his dou double
ble double of four diamonds. Maybe he
wasn't quite so ready for the suit
that South had raised.
Bob got his hand on the three of
clubs. East's queen forced South'i
ace and the slam went down.
Q The bidding has beep:
'orth East south We
2 2 9 1
You, South, hold:
S4 VKJtll !t 4QI7IC
What do you doT
A Doubla. if It stays la jrsu
vlli make nlet pnm.
Your partner docs not stand
.'or your double and bids three
What do you do now?
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SOUVEHIR MAIL BETWEEN THE AMERICAS
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sands of. first flight and .airmail
souvenir covers namg ui tne
holds of the jet airliner Inaugurat
ing ran American world Airways
Jet service between the American
on juiy ZQ andiZL,. :-'
The jet Clippers, linking Buenos
Aires, Argentina; Asuncion, Para
guay, and Caracas, Venezuela,
with New York, will speed over
the 5,444-mile route in less than
12 hours Hying time, v
The first flight covers will be
flown between New York and A-
suncion and are offered to col col-lectois
lectois col-lectois as the first direct air mail
service between the two cities.
The souvenir coven, between
New York and Buenos Aires, and
New York and 'Caracas commem
orate the first U.S. jet service be
tween the Americas.
Both the first flight and souven souvenir
ir souvenir covers (envelopes) will be ac accorded
corded accorded special cachet and black black-stamping
stamping black-stamping treatment by postal au authorities.
New York1" to 'Asuncion, "Btfends
Aires and Caracas should forward
covers, to arrive before July 18,
to the Postmaster. New York, or
to the Clerk in Charge, Air -Mall
Field, International Airport, Ja Jamaica,
maica, Jamaica, New York.
Postage,, atU( rate 6f .W cents
a half 'ounce should be affixed to
each cover snd each cover should
be endorsed to show whether it
is to be dispatched to Asuncion,
Buenos Aires or Caracas.
All covers should be self ad
dressed air mail envelopes with
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tlon concella-tlon and cachet, and the address
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Sukarno Ignores Communists
In Forming New Government
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UP1-
President Sukarno yesterday
former a new government i-i
which the Communists wer. ig ignored
nored ignored and Army Chief of Staff
Lt. Gen. Abdul Harls Nasution
emerged as a "strong man.'?
The new government, which
Sukarno formed to implement his
concept of "guided democracy"
for Indonesia; was described by
Western observers as rightwlng
Nasution wai named as defese
minister in a nine-man "inner
cabinet". As Army chief of itaff,
he will lit In on a seven-man
"outer cabinet" in which he may
effectively control four other
members, the chiefs of staff of
the army, navy and air force and
the police commandant.
Thus Nasution will be a mem member
ber member of both cabinets and Control
all the nation's armed services.
The streamlined "inner cabi cabinet"
net" cabinet" replaces the unwleldly 27 27-mman
mman 27-mman bureaucracy of outgoing
Prime Minister DJuanda, Sukarno
dissolved Indonesia's Western'
style government last Stmdsv on
grounds it dldn'work for Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia and reinstated the old con constitution
stitution constitution of 1948.
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Collectors desiring covers from
Buenos Aires, Caracas and Asun Asuncion
cion Asuncion to New York should forward
envelopes to the Philatelic Depart Department,
ment, Department, Pan American World Air Airways,
ways, Airways, P. O. Box 817, Miami 48,
The. covers with 25 cents (US)
to cover postage and handling
must be received by Pan Ameri American
can American in Miami on or before July 15,
and each cover should be endors endorsed
ed endorsed to show whether, it is to be
mailed from Asuncion, Buenos Ai Aires
res Aires or Caracas.
All covers for mailing from A A-suncion,
suncion, A-suncion, Buenos Aires or Caracas
should not exceed one-third of an
ounce. The 25 cents (US) may be
sent in cash, postal money order
ot International reply coupon, av available
ailable available at post offices in most
The sender's complete address
should be on the cover that is en enclosed
closed enclosed in the envelope sent to Pan
Pan Ara's sweptwing Boeing 7U7
airlinOT! will "Caffy" 110 ; passeng passengers
ers passengers 40 first class and 70 tourist
A refueling stop will be made at
Paramaribo, Surinam, ori south southbound
bound southbound flights until completion of
a longer runway at Caracas make
this operation : stop unnecessary.
Schedules for' weekly service
call for departures from New
York each Monday at 9 a.m., Ca Caracas
racas Caracas at 1:45 p.m., Paramaribo at
5:30 p.m., Asuncion at 9:50 p.m.
and arrival at Buenos Aires at
midnight, local times.
Northbound ffl.gb.ts leave Buenos
Aires at 8 a.m. each Tuesday, A A-suncion
suncion A-suncion at 9:30 a.m., Caracas at
3:30 p.m., and arrive in New York
at 8:40 p.m., local times. (Advt.)
The move gave Sukarno near
dictatorial powers. The new cabi-
net formed Thursday to carry out
Sukarno's "guided democracy"
does away with parliamentary
rule and abolishes political party
Nasution's military associates
in the inner cabinet, to' be sworn
in Friday, will be Col, Suprojogi,
minister of production and former
minister of economic stabilization
Ipik Oandamana, a third mem member
ber member of the Inner cabinet, is a civil
servant but is considered a close
associate of Nasution. He is the
new minister of domestic and au autonomous
tonomous autonomous regions affairs.
Sukarno cooly ignored the loud loudly
ly loudly proclaimed support of his plans
for "guided democracy" from
Communists and Communist sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers and dd inot give them
Sukarno will serve as president
and prime minister in the new
government,: Indonesia's 18th in
its 14-year history. He said the
first- goal or the government
would be to "provide clothing and
food for the people within the
shortest possible time
The struggle against economic
imperialism and political imper
ialism,'' Sukarno said.
. BV this he meant Indonesia will
continue its fight to force Holland
to cede "West Irian" (Nether (Netherlands
lands (Netherlands New ulneal to the United
States of Indonesia. Holland has
retained sovereignty over Nether Nether-lands
lands Nether-lands New Guinea even though it
relinquished its-East indies pos possessions
sessions possessions that have since become
LURI RID AGINTl
BONN. Germany (UPI) The
West German government last
night offered to waive ; prose
cution East German espionage.,
agents who defect to the west
interior Minister uernara Bcnros
der,' speaking on a national tele television
vision television network, promised "we ill
do what we Can to make use of
the 'possibility of not prosecuting
la suck casta.?
til 'y. ;rai PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NTWSPAPBt
SATURDAY, JTJIT 11. 1151
Church of Christ
RALBOAi 0851, Balboa Road
ScvicM bund laaw-e-m llUO 9-m.
CUmfTiiitAL. American begum Malt
service sundw w w uiShiI:
SUu ABAJU! ttoue Me.- SOS M
ojnaay 440 P-n -, "- s
Tntr ynitarian ooivy
Sunday Services 10:30 a.m.
Ancon Blvd. and Mamay Place,
fYour Invitation to
COCOU BAPTIST CHURCH :
811 Bruja Road t
Drawer 364V dalboa. Ci
i Phone 2-1706
Edmund V SUilwqrUl Pastor
Sunday School ............ :45 ajn.
Mormn -Worship- ".Mlt'
Traning ;Union n-
Evwung Worship .. TdO PJn.
Prayer Meeting t Biblt ...
Study Each Wednesday.... J:00 fn.
Each Month V. 7!00p.aJ
Each Month 70 .m
rntST BAPTISI CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Orawei "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School ....... ...... 9:80 a.m.
Morning worsnip io: a.m
Bsptlst Training Onion .... M p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
W M S Bible Study Thura Thura-days
Men Brotherhood (Last
Monday in moot)
r (KST 8APT1BT CHURCH
Margurlu Avenue at 5tb Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Bev. Wendell C Parker. Pastor
Baptist rrainlni Union
Prayer Service. Wednesdays
WM.U 1st & 3rd Friday
G.A.. R A.. A Sunbeams,
U m am
. 7:00 pm.
tNui' -.)'. tminntional Kvangellstl
Major & Mrs. W. Bishop
M February Street. Phone: 21-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting .. .i
Envoy & Hn. C. L. Moseley
11:00 Holiness Meeting
Sr. Captain & Mrs., H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 38-743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School '
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STRUT
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting :,
rainbow cftv. ; i
Envoy J. GUI
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Office 2-3236
, 9:30 a.m. Church School Free bill
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m.-' Worship Service oChurah
Time Story Hour for Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery .-,
6:00 D.m.-Poai Hlsh fellowshlD,
6:30 p.m. I KM p.m. Junior High
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy,
Rev. Theodore E. Frank lie Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842 Res 1-1491
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service.
; Classes: Nursery through adult 4
! 11:00 a.m. Mornln Worshin, '
1 Hun er tot infanta and small ehll-
I 5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
' 6:15 p m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule at suxllisry
tlvltles and official meetings u in in-nounred
nounred in-nounred from week to We.
Rev. Walker M. Mitf.tn, Pastor
Oft.: 6-470 Re.: 6-1 30
9:30 a.m Sunday School.
' 10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and wees-day ictl
vitlM as announced.
Christian Science Churches
First Church of Christ. Sciatitlsi,
mo aiwa Boulevard
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday
School 9:30 a m, f V.
Wedneeday g:W p.a.
Reading Room 608 Balboa Road Open
dally except Sundays and holidays crook
f 'iO to 11:30 am. and 1:30 to 1:00 p.m.
oaiurany: :sa 10 11:30 e m
Evening Hours 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. except
neanenaaye, ana aaruraaye.
FIRST CHVRCR OF CHRIST
All ehureh aervlftaa will hiM tn
the Ground Floor Room of the Masonie
Temple In CrlstAbal (next door to the
Margarita rioriati, Entrance Is on Bel
boa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sundnv Service ti'fla m.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial Meet
Irll 8:00 o'ciocki
l.mnv Brhnoi la Held at I.M am.
Aeadlna Room Hour Monrt.v II do
tn 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 6:00 to f ill
p.m..-.-.. ci:v'i,.':,;'1..; .v- .!.. . ,.
You ar cordially Invited td attend
(he ei vjcss and to us the Rading
' 'Church ef the meav fallbi ia the Caaal Zona, ana tha termhul tfttet
awl dash in wrttiae, at Wednesday aeon at tha latett at any changea.
for tha comma.. Saturday church pf e.
"" Minister, church iertriea and chaplaiai ara aakad ta inform the
of .Panama aad Colon Republic et Panama, eatead a welcome at all.
timet to man and women at the armed tarvkai. and ft civiliaa aeih'
bora, trtend and Nenera. -y
V.'JU a public service, f ha Panama American Data belaw, by daneml daneml-laliou,
laliou, daneml-laliou, aotlcea at houn at worship and athai reaular activrtiea..'
Uatingt ara eafated treat time ta Nana. Denomination having only,
ana ar twa conjraiatieni are lilted under "Other Churches S Services."
A special hatiae to ladadad fet service at Army Bests, Air force baiet
and NyI station!.
. ST. MARrS CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Masse; 7:00. tM. 10 00 and
12:00 a.u -Holy
Dair Mssaaai tM. tM, UM aja
nai fi -An am ;
Confessions Saturday. 330 to 6:00
and 7:00 f 8:00 p.m Thursday before
First FrMsv : It l t.n
Miraculous 'Medal Kovenai 10 P-m
Catechism laa after 3tb IK mass
High School Study Que tM p or
Wedneadsy '.fj -. h -..
SACRED HEART Aneesi
Sunday Masses: :55, 130 930 ajn.
Holy Oat masses; i! am anJ 6:00
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 4:00 and
7:l tn 1:00 p.m. Tburaday before First
Friday I ao p m
Sacred Heart Devotional fx) s on
Catechism CUssi S:U to 4:tt da on
OUR LADT OF FATIMA Curondn
Sunday Mas at 1:00 a m.
Holy Day Mas at 8:30 p.m
Confessions: 6:00 to 6:45 PJn c Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Catechism Class: Saturday 630 to 10
Sunday Masses at 740 and 6:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m
Weekday Masses! .'00 a.m.
Confessions:, Saturdsy 130 to 430 and
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class- Sunday tM to 4:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
convert uunrueuonei tourraay 1 ;w
ST. VINCENT'S ranam City
' Sunday Massee: 60 and 8 SO a.m.
Holy Da Masse : 1:30 and 8:00 p.m.
(It It falls on Saturday. tn Masses art
6:00 and 830 i.m )
Confessions:. Saturday 8:00 to 8:00 ana
f:00 to 8:00 pm Thursdays before Firs)
Friday 7:30 p.m ',
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Sta-Uon
Uon Sta-Uon of the Cross 1 Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 830 mas or
Convert Clss. 630. p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S COee 11
Sunday Mass; 8:30 a m.
Holy Pay Mass' 6:0p ftJh. (It It falls
oh Saturdsy -830 a.m.)
Catechism Class 1 2:30 to 8:00 p.m. or
Confessions: 1:00 teTS30 i.m Sunday.
T. JOHN BAPTIST OK I.A SAlXfe
i.iBundayvMasnes: aml-iiatl a.m
Week Days Mass 6:30 iMon Tburs
Frl. and Sat, First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m
Holy Dsv Masses' 6:00 aJM. to 6:00
Canteeslon: 9:30 to 430 and 7SJ0 to
8:00.p4n.. on Saturday
Miraculous wieaai novena 1 rinar w
Vatecnism ass. a:ov p.m. on stuiuay
01 fHERESE-S L' toe
Convert OUtsail Monday 930 p.m.
Sunday Mass; t:W ajn.
Holy Day Mas; 130 P.ra
rvmf aalnna: Saturday 6:30 to 7:80 D.m
Thursday before first Friday 6:80 pm..
uatecniam mass-, s.m p.m on ouhuj.
Urnm-i Heart Novena' 7:00 pm on
Friday s'-i -:'
convert eiass 1 ev,, R-njr
IT JOSEPH'S Colon
a.Mirf- tunas. M. H.OU and 9:16 a.m
Holy Dai Meanest 1:45 apd 8:00 a m
Confeioni SaRirdal liOe .te 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena 1 Wednesday
Silt and 7:00 p.m
, Sacred Heart Novena. rriuay cia p.m
. Rnnrfa r,vnlne Services ,1 :00 p.m.
f Oonvert, Clas 7J;9.m pn. Mondays
catechism Cisss; suiiuay i:i ajn. u
tl:45 r.m. 1:00 p.m to 4:00 p m.
First Frlda -.Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition et 830
ajn, Saturday morning.
. First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatima-The Holy Rosary I :O0 a.m.
rirst communion instructions tor cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren Monday and Thursdays 6:00 to
MIRACULOUS' MEDAL OistObsl
Sunday Masseai 7:00, 8:00 and 1030 a.m.
Holy Day Masses' a:w ,w a.m. and
6:11 n.m v
I'oniessions: aaiuraay i.w 10 ;vu ana
7:00 to 8:00 p m. 'After Rossry eh eve-
1 Miraculous Medal Novena 1 8:11 and
ZiOO pm. or, Monday.
Catechism Class t After 8:00 Mas on
ritft Friday Exposition ail day during
01 acnooi rear.
First Ssturdsy: Mass at 840 am.
HOLI FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
sunaiy Masses: 730, 930, ii:8v au
First Ssturdsy Mass: 6:00 ajn.
weekday Masses; ....... 8:00 a.m.
. Saturday ., 7:00 pjn, to 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal woven. 7:00 o.m
Holy Cy Masses- 7 30 s.m 1:19 p.m
vomession ,, : p.m. to :a pjn
Parish Fsmlly Rosary and
Benediction TKW pjn
Discussion Inquiry Oreup 730 p.m.
"very iriaay. ,- f
l(t Frldsy Devotions 7:00 p.m
1st Saturday DevotlorM ,. 734 p.m.
ST. VINCaMTaWStalnhaa Cite
Sunday Masseu: 630 em and 8 :0o
Holy Day Masaaai 6M jn and g:oo
Cmfioni 4:00 ia tM and 100 to
SUM t,m Saturday,''--'' !';fi
vaieeoism ties; ig:i a m, en sundry
Convert Clasa- every Monday at tAi
Mincuiou Medal nevanai trN a.m
Oh Tuesday. 1
"Secret, Hrt N?nai 70 pm en
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -Oerdn
minoav msss-- e:i e m
. Holy Dy Mas: I AO .m
Confesstonsi :K to 7.-00 pm. as Rat.
Ceteehlsm Cms' H o.m art Monday
,'' .OUR LAD! OP GOOD COUNSEL
' Sunday Masse: 70 nd 130 a.m.
- Holy Day Masses) 6:00 a.m and I KM
ConfMons Saturday at 130 pm and
after all evening devotions
' Baptisms by appointment.
MlrsSulMis Med I Nnvenat tlOO pjn
an tiitsdly .1- .1 .'
.Sscred Heart Novenai D0 p.m or
Frldsy.-. i- ... -. ,
r Sunday School 1 :0- m on Sunday
-Religious Instruction. Clsss for Chil
ureni i (hi p.m nn inursday
Rellelous Insu-uetlan liw.aitulia iPm
ducted tn Spanish)! 7:00 pm on Mon
Convert InstrueUona by 'appointment.
The Rt Rev R. Hebe Oeodea. S T D,
Jh Very Rev. Maiaert ratenoa.
JUtllfl t. V
THE CATHEDRAL Of ST. LUKE
730 a m Holy Communion.
9:15 ajn Church School (Holy Com Communion
munion Communion 3rd Sunday).
930 ajn Santa Communion. 3rd Sun
Eacuela Uominka ........ 9:11 am
11 00 am Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:00 pjn Evening Service.
it 30 an, Holy Communion.
7 00 pra Eventha Prayer.'.
, HOL DAYS
50 air. Hoiy Communion.
830 a m Holy Communion.
a: am. Morning Prayas
U:00 Ml.-day Missionary Prayer.
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer, assistant
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m.
Family Morning Prayer, Church' School
(Family Eucharist Second
Sunday) :U a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion First
Sunday) .. 1I:D0 a.m.
Evening Prayer by Layreaders 1 :30 p.m.
Holy Communion 9:30 a.m.
Evensong, choir practice ... 7 :30 p.m.
Chapel of St. Clare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
(Holy Communion as .'announced)
Chapel of the Uood Shepherd ,,
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest in Charge
6:uw a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
St Simon Chuivh
The Rev John Spear Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and 8er-
7 :00 a rt
8:00 p ro
7 AO p m
Church School ...........
. Episcopal Younj Churchmen
r Evensong ind Sermon
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 9:00 I.m
Evening' Prayer ........... 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS 4j THURSDAYS
noiy vommuiijoii .,,, ...
Morning Prayer ...a......
Evening Prayar ...........
SATURDAYS i "
family Eucharist .........
Office of Compline ........
LA BOCA .. ..-t
t ..-t Peter'i Chnreh
The RV. John Spear. Prise! in Chart
Morning Prayer and cnuran
School 1....,.. 1:00 ajn
mon ...... ........... W30 am
Confirmation Class ..,,vr 630 am
Choral Eucharist end c Bar.
Holy Baptism If :00 noon
Evensong and Address 730 pm
Woman's Auxiliary .....1. 730 pm
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 ajn
Chipel of the' Holy Comforter -Van
U n. Shirley. Priest la Chart
8:30 am Holy Communion.
Church of St. Margaret
Eapav and Brims Blvd.
Th Rev. Edwin C. Webster
7:30 .m. Holy Communion.
9:20 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev Allan R. Wentt
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Oaborna,
:00 s.111. Choral Cuehiriat Sermot
9:30 ajn Infant Baptism.
3.00 tm Church School
!:00 o.m Youth Fellowship
7 (3 1 m Evensong and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
130 om Woman's Auxiliary and Ai
la; Guild Meeting.
St Paul's Chuieb
the Vrti lesini B smrisf. Rector
Th Rev. Carltea O Morales, At
6:W i.m. Holy Commiinlor)
9 '00 H.m Sun Eucharist A Barman
10:45 s ,11 Morning Praver and Churer
13:00 wet Holy Baptlon
7 -00 i.m Solemn Vespera
(heio I' Btllldlnp 191)
. 1:30 Lit Hoi Loriununiatl
730 p.m. tvtrilng Prayer and BermM
?:0f 1 ai Holy Communion
:0 p.m Evening Praver
THURtVlAVk AND FRIDAYS
1:30 m Holy Communion
a -of) em Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SCA
1 Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J Peter Firmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Aitant
6:00 a.m. Holt Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 ajn. Choral EuchsrMt and Sermon
1030 a. m Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY V THURSDAY
8:40 i.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 i rrt. Holy Communion
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
8:40 s.m, Morning Prayer
6:00 i.m. Holy Communion
7:80 p.m. Evening Prayer e. Address
1:40 .m. Morning Pnyer
1:00 n.m.. Evenln Praver
9:00 a.m. Children' Eucharist
9:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 I.m. Holy .Communion
9:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p-m, Office of Compline.
St Christopher's Chorea
; totn Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev Clarence W Hayca,
' Priest tn Charge v .1.
' The Re. Clarence A CragweB, -J
?:00 am. Holy Communion.
:30 a m Sung Eucharist and Sv rnion
1039 a.m Morning Prayer and. Church
Itfld noon Holy Baptism. V '1.
030 pm. Evensong and SermcA
MONDAYS v A.
730 P4B jswnd trd, Woaun"! Atud
630 pm junta Daughter of the
T30 pjn. Youth Fellowship.
8:00 a m Hoi Communion
T DO a m. Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p m Girls Friendly Society.
8:00 o.m. 1st end lrd. fihulatsnai
930 ajn. Junior Confirmation CI sea.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENR
448 Frangipani St. Ancou CZ
Rev. Elmer O Nelson. Pastor
Box 297 Balboa, CJL Tei 2-2602
Sunday School 9:45 am
Worship Service ...... ... 10:45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Sonne t3pjn
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 130 p.m
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Wesley.
10:30 Mjm sunasv atcnooi.
" 7:18 p.m Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
id a.m. raraiso aunaay ocnooi
7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
Sunday, Oct. 19th 9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson BJ). 1 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday, Oct. 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, Oct 21st 730 pjn. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 730 pjn.-Cholr Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENR
Mount Hope. Canal Zone
(across from Mt Hope RR Ststlon)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Paster
Boa S019 Margarita, CJE.
Sunday School ,. ......... 9:4S a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service....... 730 p.m.
Prsyer Service, Wed 7:30 pan.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUBCB
Panama ma Street East
Rev M Brovra. Minister
Divine Worship ......... 30 a.m.
!iit : i am Aepung
uid 00: S f toouas puns
Rio Abajo, Bt.
Sunday School .
Meeting Tburaday at 130 p.m. arid
Sundays at 4:00 pm Win Memorial
806 BslUie Road Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboe Road
Priesthood Meeting; Sunday 630 aj.
Sunday School! Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sundly 6:00 p.m.
elief Society: Tuesdiy 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday T 30 pm.
Primary; Thursday 4KW pjn.
Telephone Bslboe 4227
Building too, Bcnoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 930 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday II i00 a m.
CURUNDI) PROTESTANT 'tjrtllRCII
"A WRtm Hosrtad Ohoreta"
Mlltoa K Uldlg, MJate'f,.
Phone Re 83-7118 Of. 83-6109
Sunday School 930 a JR
(A class for every: age)
Morning Worship ,11 IJO a.m.
Youth Feliowshlp ,t 0:00 p.m.
Eevening Worshin ;i...... jaw p.m.
.Prayer anit- Praise 1 (Wed) tm,pM.
A cnurcn aiuney in prarii).
OLD CATHOUt CHUKCtl
tt Raphael The Archangel
lh at Wast Nn 1
Sfitla kihaHet Bunds m lilt a.M.
Tuesday. Wednesday and Miurtdav
IBM .m. ..
S.te.MMI M UffUtlnH Ill Ill
vice) First Sunday ca each month ar
' Montil HaUbet ChrtotlaB Charefc ,'
fanama R. P
warn. D, D Bishop
Momlng devotion 0:00 a,m
Fellowship Worship U:00 a.m
Sundav School 8:00 p.m.
CHRIST ADELPHf AN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemlna, Colon
Memorial Service ,. 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School '1:00 pjn.
Ribl. I-tur....;,...... 7.0p.m.
Adult Bible Claat 7:30 p.m,
u Vlrat airast
Urbanlzaeion El Carmen, Paiumd City
informal xaist ano uisctio"
Thursdays j u vj!5. pm
Colon, 9th A Front Street
(upstair Amrlcs Bssaar)
Study Class....,. Thursday. as a"
BETHEL MISSION CHftCM
Espslsbs St, Pario, C.2..
Rev Waldaba H Strt PssieT
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worshlp Senriio.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:18 p.m. Oopi Servle.
Monday! 730 Young People' ocjty
Wednesday) 730 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: :ou unon neneariai.
Friday: 730 Woman1. Missionary Re-
CHURCH OF CHRIST
13th A Bolivar Ave, Cristobal, C.Z.
Ray O. Wright Evangelld
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Bibl Clsss es 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship and
Communion 11 :00 a.m.
Evening Worship ., 7:30 p.m.
Herald of Truth
HOK '. 9:41 9:15 a.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study ... 730 p.m.
Questions and Answer 8:48 9:19
HOK. Colon. R.P.
You will receive a wrm welcome at
each of our larvice.
CHURCH OP GOD
Foreign Mission Dept Hdqtrs. :
CHURCH OP GOD Bslbos, C.K.
Win Meroorli Bldg.
806 Balboi Rd.
Information; Phone Gambos 428
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m
Evangelistic 7:90 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Psralso, C.Z.
No. 4 Psralso Rosd
Information: Phone Psrslso 639
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth, Service 6:30 p.m.
EvanfiHttle 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Rle Abaje, rati.
llth street parque Lefevre
Sundsy Service ,, 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 pjn.
Evsngsllsti ,,...'u ...... 7:80p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Cherrtlio, Pm.
No. 4-144 27th Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:30 a.m.
Evangelistic 7:80 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD OahmeUla, Pma.
Trsnsistnrnian Htgnwiy, oatuncuio
Sunday School and
Morning Servle .......... 11:00 am.
Evngnstle 7:00 pm.
CHURCH OP OOD Santa Rita, Pma,
xranauuunian mgnway, anu jute
Sunday School and
Morning Service 12 neon
Evangelistic 7:00 pjn.
CHURCH OF OOD Catlva. rename
Translsthmlan Hlghwsy, Catlva
Sunday School and,
Morning Service 4 11. OO am.
Evangnti .: 7:00 p.m.
CHOtlRCH Or GOB C1IV fanami
ein eireet near stinoe Ave.
Sundsy School and
Morning Service ,., 10:00 a.m
Evangeflstle f :00 pjn.
7 ; COMMUNTTT CHAPEL
f I Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1008, Diablo Heights. C.Z.
, Phones: Home Balboa 3237
- Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a.ra.
Worship Service 110 ajn.
Youth Service 6:00 p.m.
Friday: Bible Study 7:00 pjn.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gussick, Pastor
P.O. Box 666. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible Class 9 a.m.
Divine Service 10:11 ajn
Holy Communion, first Sunday of th
Coco Solo Chepel
Mr. Frederick 8. Illicit. Vicar
Divine Service U ajn.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of th
Jewln Welfare Hoard Bid TM.X 1
Boca aoau Balboa. C.Z. Rsbbi Nathan
Servle Frlda. 1 40 n n. a.
J:3( o m
(See eifo hstinos at Jewish unt
under Posu. Base and Stations).
Congreaauon Kol Shaaritn n.i
oloa pib and 36th Street Bella Vista.
"iww wny service; s:uu pjn.
Posls and Bases
Junior Church Sunday School 9:00
Church-time Nursery School
Sunday School 9 .An
Morning Worship joijo
jomn Fellowship a. 30
U.8. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
ounaay acnooi 9 30
Morning Worship 11 '00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sun-dsy
dsy Sun-dsy of Month 1
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9:00
Morning Worship jo iB
Youth rellnwshln Gim... ,.m
ALBROOK AIR fSrcE BASE
ounaay ocnooi (.30
Youth Fllowhlp g.go
Mmi bidi Clsss Mondsy ... 730
Young Peopl' Instruction
15J ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worshin .. g:oo
(Holy Communion Firt Sun-
day of Month)
Dsily Mass 4-1$
Sunday Mas 8:80 A 11:30
Cn'lons Saturday 6:30
Dally Mas (;u
Sundly Massss 8:00, 9:18 dt 11:45
Conf anion Saturday 6:00 A 7:30
Catechism Clsss Wednesdsy 4:00
U.B. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Ssturdsy. Msss ,,
Confession Saturday 7:00
Sunday Mass. ,. r. .;.., .1030
ALBROOK AIR "FORCE BASE
Daily Mas 6:00
Saturday Mas 7:0(1
Sundsy Masses ....... 7:46 4 12:00
sunasy msss (Spanish) 7:00
Noven Service Tuesday .. 7:00
Confissions Saturdiy 7:00
Fort Kobbe Sattrrdsy 2:0n
USO-JWp, Balboa-Friday .... 7:30
Albrook Air Fore Ssturdsy 4:00
USO-JWB, Bslbos-Ssturdsy .. 1:30
Sunday Sohool 9:30
Morning Worship 10:4r,
Coffee Call 10:30
Church Nursery ,,. 10:20
Daily M 4:30
Saturdsy Msss 11:80
Sundsy Masses 8:30 A 9:30
Confessions Ssturdsy 12:00 12:30
Weakly Service in lt churches
Sabbath School 9:20 a.m,
?tvln Service 11:00 a.m.
outh's Meetln 4:30 o.m.
?ibl Study and Prayer Strvle
Padfl Sid Panama
Pastor F.R. Archbold Ttl. 28-3-3890
Cabo Verde. Av. J.F. d la Ossa No.
ChorrillO 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St between 3rd
ind 4th 8t.
Rio Absjo llth St. No. 27
Gambos and Frljole
Pastor W, H. WaUer TeL 6-580
Pastor A. A, Orlxzl Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Pinimi
Pastor. Dsniel IRoncada Tel. 28-3
Panama, Call Dsrlen No. 8.
Pedregaj as Nuevo Oterare.
Pastor O. A. Jeffrie Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal English 16th A Bolivar
Colon 3rd St,
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish 16th A Bolivar
0844 Oavllan Ro.d, Balboa Tel.
2-1859 A 2-3631.
THE CHURCHES OF GOD
General Offices Anderson, Indlsns
Rev. Wm. Livingston Supervisor
The Church of Gad
16th Jt. (Monte Oscuro Rd.) Rio Absjo
rtev. w. j. jonnsen rsstor
Sundsy School 9:30 I.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 s.m.
Sundsy Night Service 7:80 p.m.
The Churh ef God
' 7038 Eighth Street
Mrs. L. C. DenaldMn, raster
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sundsy Night Service ... 7:15p.m.
The Church ef God
Mr. M. Hlnee, pastor
Sundsy School 10:00 I.m.
Sundsy Night Servle .... 7 :80 p.m.
Momma wortnip 11:00 a.m.
First Church ef God
Cor, Jsmiie dt Trinidad St.
Rainbow City C.Z.
Rev. Wm. Uvingston, Pastor
Rev. O. W. Orandln, As, paster
Sitidsy School ............ 9:30 s.m.
Morning Worshin ., 10:30 a.m.
Stnday Night Service .... 7:30p.m.
PARK HERMIT COMMITTED
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Den.
nig FirrelL hermit of Grifllth
J'ark, was committed to SepulVe SepulVe-a
a SepulVe-a Veterini. Administration Hos
pital today after ho was found
mentally ill at a sanity hearing.
Farrell, S3, had lived In the i,2no i,2no-aero
aero i,2no-aero city-owned park for six
yoars befort voluntarily leaving lt
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V ,f ,p V"Tt 7' ,' ', 'V C f I
1,1' v ,A,- 'V&"r..vtm0W
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MSgt. (E-) ALLAN R. KLINE, outgoing post sergeant major at Fort Amador, receives s Com Com-mendation
mendation Com-mendation Ribbon from Lt. Col. James A. Moore, post commander at a brief ceremony held at Post
Headquarters last week. Looking on is Mrs. -Kli Helen. Kline first came to U.S. Army Carib"
bean in December 1955, and was assigned td Forti Amador where he took over as first sergeant of the)
U.S. Army Garrison, later in May 1958, to be boos'ed to post sergeant major. He was the first erj erj-listed
listed erj-listed man from Fort Amador to make the-nowly-jjrested S4 and E-9 grades. Kline was prominency
known in golfer's circles through the Carfai'2oanntil the Republic of Panama. He was a perennial s
contender in Army and civic tournaments as well as an annual contender in the Panama Open. He
and his family left the command Tuesday via commercial sit for a new assignment as post sereeant
major at Fort Gordon, Georgia. j. Xx'J h (US Army Photo)
Celebration of the Lord's Supper
will occur ai the nour ot womup
in the Gamboa Union Church to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, ina 8ervice opens at
10; 40 a.m.
The minister of the church, the
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, will be
in charge of the service. He and
Mrs. Alderton have just returned
from a journey in the States.
While in New York the minlater
of the church consulted with of officials
ficials officials of the National Council of
Churches of Christ in the United
States of America. He was parti parti-cuarly
cuarly parti-cuarly chargec by the local coun coun-cial
cial coun-cial to see the Rev. Raymond
Gray who recently succeeded Re Reverend
verend Reverend Kobblns W. Barstow as
secretary ot that division of Over Overseas
seas Overseas Union Churches.
Greetings from the Rev Gray to
his former pansnoners in tram tram-boa
boa tram-boa will be extended tomorrow
mnrninff in the service. The mi
nister will later give a summary
of visits to various seminaries ana
church headquarters made while in
e, ,,)., chnnl will .nnvoneat
the usual hour of 9:30 a.m. under
direction of Mrs. P. M. Beu. xne
minister will continue as teacher
of the senior high clajs.
MEMORIAL AND FOUNDER'S
DAY AT PAN. BAPT. CH.
Memorial and Founder's Day
will be observed In the Panama
Baptist Church, Guachapali, Sun
Sunday school at :30 a.m.,
Mornine Worship at 11 a.m., Chil
dren's Day program at 3 p.m.
At 7 p.m. the memorial sermon
and eulogy for tne late iiev. Hen
ry Allen Boyd of Nashville, Tenn,
the late Rev. rl. H. xnoroourne
and the late Deacon Georg Ed
wards of this church will be de
livered by the pastor and super
The spiritual power of Christ
Jesus' teachings and example will
be emphasized Sunday at Chris Christian
tian Christian Science services in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone, In the lesson-sermon
One of the key statements of
Jesus to be read from the Bible
is from John (6:63).
Correlative citations from "Sci
ence and Health with Key to the
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy
will include (25:26-31).
The Golden Text la from I Co-
rinthlans (13 : 14 ).
are you s
Do you believe tbat religious
truth cannot be contrary to
truth from any other source?
Do you believe man is capa capable
ble capable of self-Improvement and
is not condemned by the doe doe-trine
trine doe-trine of "original sin"?
Do you believe that striving
to live wholesome life is
mors important than accept accepting
ing accepting religious creeds?
Do you believe in the1 practi practical
cal practical application of brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood In all social relations?
Then you ara
Why not visit the Unitarians
this Sunday morning at 10:30?
A warm welcome awaits yon
at Building 362, Ancon Boule Boulevard
vard Boulevard at Mamejf Place (near
"The Unitarian in tho
. Canal Zona'?
Neglect not the issem-
if 8"ber Make Sun
ft I day a day of spiritual
END YOUR SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
8:20 and 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
Records" can be "blessed or
has been recorded? What doe God's accurst record say about
you? Every day YOU are Writing your record.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL 10:40 Rev. K. VICKERS
0:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
More and more Christian Education depends of the Church: you
need the. Bible training which can be aalned In reeulsr attecid-
school with your children.
0:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 SUMMER CHOIR CONCERT
The church choir, soloists, and combinations will provide a variety
Mrs MILDRED HEARNR
Areas Evangelical Nurseries Provided .-
f Attentlance has been good though many Zonlans are On
t;f y,ca..iD Conieajjur. friendly S. 8. with your entire fam family.
ily. family. We -are large 'thiough to serve you yet small enough to
know you. In each class the Bible Is taught using the best
materials and methods.
11:00 WORSHIP SERVICE
Sermon .'Unity" (Or being one with Christ) John 17 It
Eph. 4. A gospel message with an emphasis on the Deeper
Christian Life, for the hungry heart desirous of golne on
with God. Outside Of Christ there Is no Salvation. "Look
unto me and be ye Saved." 'Without faith lt Is impossible
to please Him; for he that cometh to God must believe
that He island that He Is a rewarder of them that diligent- 3
ly seek Him." Hebrews 11:6.
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL Z
(Grades 4 and Up) ,
7:00 EVENING GOSPEL HOUR 'j
'When the Fullness of Time was come Giilfttians 4:4.'
Music, Song and Praise service. The Word of God Is the
one and only means of truly refreshing the weary heart
God's Word ha stood the test of time and will stand
throughout Eternity. Where will you spend Enmity? You
can Know now Come and Hear. "God is not twilling thafcv
'any should perish' "Believe In the Lord Jesus Christ and "S
thou shalt be saved." Acts 16-31. "&
Mission Minded Ample Parking Nursery Attendant
Friendly The Deeper Walk 1
POST ACROSS PROM SA1SOA 8e TA
William H. Seeby, pmter
EHon F Vlckers. Ami Pastor
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Listen to "Manna In The Morning"
Dally 8:00 a.m. HOXO
a cursed thing depending on whaC
so mother and dad tCs see yoiUln
Gogpel Preaching 4 Parking
things are found in'obedience
to God, conforming your life tfcHls Holy
Wfll, 'regular attendance at His Church.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWWAPE
.'J SATURDAY, JULY 11 IK9
Now Lets BigJiBat a-..MiVICSlflfi
Loquacious Slugger Finally
Living Up To Early Promise
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 11 (DPI) They told talkative
Dick Stuart to put his muscles where his mouth was
and by George if he ain't to the great delight of Pitts
burgh s suddenly-awaKenea
Stuart talked a blue streak when
he first came up with the Pirates
two years ago. He talked about the
66 homers he hit at Lincoln, Neb.,
about how maybe Babe Ruths
record was in jeopardy and about
the possibility of his earning more
than $100,000 in a single season
He talked so much, in fact, thai
gome claimed ne naa
ciliated with a phonograpn wcuk
Anyway, everyone said lei s
him do it up here
Lim UU it UM n1-'
And now Big Stu is starting' to
-i. H smacked nis mil
homer with two on In the 11th in inning
ning inning last night to climax a four four-run
run four-run rally that gave the Pirates a
7-6 triumph over the Cubs and
their fifth straight victory
Stuart collected three of Pitts Pittsburgh's
burgh's Pittsburgh's 10 hits and 25,360 fans at
Forbes Field paid hjm a tremend tremendous
ous tremendous ovation as he circled the bas bases
es bases in the bottom of the 11th to
wipe out a three-run rally in the
top of the frame by the Cubs. He
hit his homer off loser Don Els Els-ton
ton Els-ton and the blow gave Bennie Dan Dan-els
els Dan-els his fifth victory of the season.
San Francisco incrtated its
National Loagu. load to a full
gam with an 8- win ovtr On On-einnatl
einnatl On-einnatl In 11 inning, St. Louis
Flyers to Cellar
The Fort Clayton Cavaliers,
matching height for height, but
with far more effective shooung
ability to their" advantage, drop dropped
ped dropped the defending PAF basketball
champions, the Albrook Flyers, in into
to into the league cellor with an easy
87-71 victory at Fort Clayton
It wai the second straight loss
for the Flyers whq finished last
season with a win streak of nine.
It was the Cavalier's second con consecutive
secutive consecutive victory, and put them in
a temporary tie with the present
league leading Kobbe ReguUrs,
who also have two victories, one
a 71-71 win over the Flyers.
The Flyers, with good height at
all positions and with a good solid
bench, have been unable to play a
full, 40 minutes this season with
the style that tabbed them as PAF
As in the Kobbe encounter
whree they led 40-25 at half time
anH thpn Inst, it was the same
story again last night when they
snone only in spuris. ine uavai uavai-iers,
iers, uavai-iers, the smoothest looking team
in the league thus far, were aga'n
working like title threats.
Little Skip Kroeger, who netted
32 points against the Amador
Troopers the other night, kept it
iiti last nitfhf Hrrmnintf in 93 tal-
lies against the Flyers. Temmate
uicK.ft.yuo was me learn s top man
with 24 points. Bill Agan continnpd
his hot shooting for the Flyers hit hitting
ting hitting 12 field goals and one for two
on the free throw line for
points, high man for the night.
uoin learns win see action to
night with the Cavaliers pitted a-
gainst the Regulars on the Kob-
De court ana ine f lyers are at
home against the Army Atlantic
COCO SOLO 7:00
BALBOA THEATER 2:30, 4 30,6 30, 8 30
Also Showing; SUNDAY and MONDAY
MARGARITA 7:00 GAMBOA 8:15
Kerwln Mathews Anthonv Perkins
'TARAWA BEACHHEAD" 'THIS ANGRY AGE''
Inn. "Sound Tht Fury" Sunday "Timbuktu"
O A T tJ N i( Mark Damon Dorothy Johnson
T!00 "LIFE BEGINS AT 17"
1 Sunday "Bonjour Trlstesse"
PARAISO 7:00 Santa Crui 7:00 Camp Bierd 7:00
kn4f'ThUTaII "ME AN THE "FRANCIS IN
Texan" COLONEL" THE NAVY"
moved into a fifth-plae tit by
beating Philadelphia, 9-7, and
rain washed out the Los Ange Ange-Ut.
Ut. Ange-Ut. Milwaukee oimi with the
Dodgers ahead, 1-0, in the third
Cleveland stretched its lead in
the American League to two
eames bv defeating Chicago, 8-4,
Washington edged Baltimore, 7-6,
i" V "J
cosioi ,r' 'I ,'.in
Detroit snapped a six game losing
slrpak with a 5-2 decision over
Sam Jones of the Giants picked
up his 12th victory and second in
as many game during a mree mree-innine
innine mree-innine relief pf'irt against the
Reds. Felipe Ainu started San
Francisco's 11th inning rally wrtn
a doublp and Willie Mays ended
it with his 15th homer. Earlier.
Orlando Cepeda his 18th and
Jackie Brandt his seventh ; Ed
Poiisv hif fwn hnmprs fnr Cincin
nati 'his seventh and eighth, and
Frank Robinson ciouten nis mn.
The Cardinals won their game
trnm the Phillies with an eight-
run rally in the sixth inning dur during
ing during which 14 men went to the
nlate. St. Louis knocked out three
pitchers with a nine-hit barrage
that included home runs ny uene
Oliver and Hal Smith on succes
sive pitches off reliever Dick Far Far-rell.
rell. Far-rell. Jim Owens, now 4-8. was the
loser and Wilmer Mizell, 10-3,
iho winn"r .Inp KrtDne had a hom
er and three singles for the Phils.
Tito Francona and Rocky Co Colavito
lavito Colavito each drove in three runs
in Cleveland's victory over Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Francona had four hits to
pace a 17-hit attack that enabled
the Indians to beat Early Wvnn
for the first time since dealing
him to the White Sox in De December,
cember, December, 1957. Wynn had beaten
Cleveland seven straight times
since then. Cal McLish gained
his 11th victory against three de defeats
feats defeats 'with Gary Bell's id in
Washington's slugging Senators
hit four homers but lefthander
Chuck Stobhs still had to be call called
ed called in from the bullpen to put down
a four-run eiehth-inning rally be-
nig D10WWn.u-.slcveis Jutm
homer with two on. Harmon Kil Kil-lphrpw
lphrpw Kil-lphrpw alsn hit his 29th. Bob Al
lison his 22nd and Ken Aspromon Aspromon-te
te Aspromon-te his second. Loser Jack Fisher
yielded all four homers to suffer
his second loss. Cami'o Pascual
won his ninth game although he
was knocked out in the eighth.
a r-nllancp hv thp Yankee de
fense in the fourth inning helped
the Kea hox score tive runs in
their victory over Whitev Ford.
The Yanks committed three er
rors in that frame with Ford and
Bobby Richardson each messing
up double play balls. Ted Wil
liams helped himselt to tnree oi
Boston's 12 hits. Tom Brewer
was credited with his seventh vic victory
tory victory although he needed help from
Mike Fornieles. Ford was tagged
with his sixth loss against eight
ictories. Hank Bauer homered
for the Yanks.
Jim Bunning of the Tigers struck
out eight men and gave up seven
hits in beating the Athletics for Lis
eighth victory of the season. How-
rH Rppd started fnr (hp A's and
gave up two runs in the first five
innings beore he had to leave in
favor of Bob Grim brcausp of a
blister on his pitching hand. Grim
thp lospr when Detroit broke
2-2 tie in the sixth on Ted Lpd-
in's fwn-rnn homer .Tprrv I.nmne
homered for Kansas City.
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"Last Stagecoach West"
Sun. "Me and The Colonel"
1 "!. 4
El Panama Hilton Hotels
Cabana Club Swim Meet
TnHav at 2:30 o.m. there will be
a swimming competition at the
Cabana Club of El Panama Hil Hil-tnn
tnn Hil-tnn Thprp will he nine races and
the last race will be a relay.
Here are the names ot compe competitors
titors competitors and the races in which they
urn cr-tlpHlllpfi in swim;
Class A ...100 Meters Free Style
Herman Henriquez, Ricky Eisen Eisen-mann,
mann, Eisen-mann, Keith Glickenhaus, Peter
Berger, Martin Harrington, J. J.
ijoiiorinn tti pptpr Denton. David
Zapp, Douglas Major, Allan Alt Alt-man,
man, Alt-man, Elias Mizrachi.
Class A.. .75 Meters Free Style for
Kathv Kascher. Yvonne Ruiz
Vega, Gladys Ruiz Vega, Marion
Clare. Vivian Nahmad, Mely Pla Pla-ia,
ia, Pla-ia, Nancy Wenborne.
Class B... 50 Meters Free Style
Scott Glickenhaus, Jimmy Toma Toma-nelli,
nelli, Toma-nelli, Emiro Leonardi, Stephen
Diamond, Celso Carbonell, Gill
(Based on 200 official at batsV,
White, St. L.
Cunn., St. L.
Cimoli, St. L.
Runs Batted Tn
Jensen, Red Sox
Home Runs ;
(Based on 8 or more decisions)
W L Pet.
13 0 1.000
Shaw, White Sox
rODAY ENCANTO 35 20
Mickey Rooney In
"THE LAST MILE"
Montgomery Cllft In
Jl V THEATRIC
ile l i
Panama's Art House
No. 1 Peru Ave.
France's "Best Picture
In French with Spanish
PROHIBITED FOR MINOR
Basket bailers Oumc Clavt
Gill Lonteen, Kevin Harrington,
Exhibition of 100 Meters free style
by five-year-old champion.
Roberto (Bobby) Denaut
Class B...50Meters Free Style for
Nancy Kascher, Yvonne Bassan,
Lindt Homsany, Raquel Btesh,
Fortuna Homsany, Linda Amar.
Class C... 25 Meters Free Style
Simon Dabah, Paul Williams,
Mel Steiner, Carlos Carbonell, Jo Jose
se Jose Dabah, Ralph Mizrachi, Jaime
Mizrachi, Jorge Zelenka, Geoffrey
Class C...2S Meters Free Style er
Ralph Reber Jr., Felipe Ruiz
Veea. Garv Glattstein. Jav Cnes-
well, Joseph Wright, Patrick Har
Class C... 25 Meters Freestyle for
.Yvonne Tomanelli, Irene Diez,
Wendy Rennert, Marsha Glasgall,
Meredith Zeimetz, Jane Glattstein,
Class D... 10 Meters Free Style
Richard Steiner, Richard Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Rodney Zelanka Rodney
Miro, Jackie Sweeney, John Mala Mala-fatopoulos,
fatopoulos, Mala-fatopoulos, Frank Scinto, Mark
Ostrander, Pancho Zeimetz, Jorge
Cardoze, Roberto Cardoze.
Class D... 10 Meters Free style for
Nancy Cogswell, Suzie Kascher,
Jasmin Raymondo, Judith Ross,
Karen Knode, Coleen Wright, Cn Cn-quita
quita Cn-quita Zeimetz, Denise Cardoze.
Relay' Race for boyst
Scott Glickenahaus vs Jimmy
Tomanelli; Gill Lonteen vs Emiro
Leonardi: Paul Williams vs Jore-e
Zelanka; Richard Eisenmann vs
Ahead For Him
PORTLAND, Ore., July 11
(UP!) Bright' things were
head today for the winner and
still world welterweight cham champion
pion champion Don Jordan.
The 25-year-old title holder, who
was on the hamburger -circuit a
year ago, is in line for some rich
purses after giving 19-year old
Denny Moyer a lesson in 15 rounds
and spoiling at least this part of
Manager Don Nesseth said that
the next match for the champ
would be against Art (Golden Boy)
Aragon in Los Angeles and that
should draw a big house." And
Teleprompter has offered us $200,-
000 to meet Sugar Ray Robinson,"
Jordan indicated he was anxious
to meet any men where he could
make good money. "Beating Moy
er put me in a good position,"
said the champion. I'll take on
anybody in my class and maybe
some other classes, too."
For whipping the Portland he hero,
ro, hero, Jordan collected $70,000 in
It was an easy victory. Jordan
lert the ring without a scar on him
after taking a unanimous decision.
Judge Andy Crabtree had it 147 147-144;
144; 147-144; referee Eddie Volk, 147-143.
Judge Gruman had it closer, 144 144-143
143 144-143 but United Press International
had it 148-142. a
NEW YORK, July 11 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The Miami Marlins turned to ex extra
tra extra innings again last night to pull
a game out of the fire.
Miami scored a run in the 11th
frame to beat Havana, 4-3, for the
Marlin's seventh extra-inning vic victory
tory victory without a defeat this season.
Bunky Stewart went all the way
to earn his second win. He had
dropped six in a row.
Homers by Mike Goliat and
with a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo
Tom Lasorda provided Montreal
Bisons. The Royals scored their
winning run in the ninth inning.
Toronto kept Rochester from
with Jennifer Jones
THE 7th VOYAGE
with K. Matthews
The old adage that nobody beats
you on your own stomping grounds
no matter how good they are, be became'
came' became' very true last night at the
Fort Kobbe Gym where the Reg Regulars,
ulars, Regulars, the surprise team of the
PAF Basketball League, dumped
the tough Clayton Cavaliers 110 110-74.
74. 110-74. It was the first PAF encounter
in which one team had gone over
the 100 point total. 1
The Cavaliers, so far the smooth
est running team in the league,
and a isorstbhr new .title, threat did
not look nearly as good as they
had in their two opening game
They were beaten by a fast
break that would put some east
coast colleges to shame, -and the
all-around shooting of.'a club that
made 44 field, goals and 22 of 30
from the free throw line.
The only bright spot for the
Clayton five was the shooting of
Skip Kroeger who raised his league
leading point total to 86 in three
games with 31 points, high for the
The shooting wizards. Dave
Homard and Charlie Williams, con continued
tinued continued to lead their team with 25
and 22 points respectively. Two
other Regulars also hit in double
figures for the 110 totaL
The Kobbe five now boasting a
3-0 league mark, ted from the be beginning
ginning beginning with half of their points
coming on layups from the fast
break. They also hit a high total
of their shots fronv Jhe outside.
So far they are foe best shoot shooting
ing shooting club fromVi outside in the
league. The Cavaliers, unable to
work the ball inside, looked slop sloppy
py sloppy and could never solve 'the Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, mystery, that now looks like
the title threat,, after starting the
season with a unknown team.
Bury Fori Amador
Cagers 78 To 55
The'"Fqrf; Clayton Cavaliers aft
but buried the For tAmaaor iroop iroop-ers
ers iroop-ers Tuesday night by the score of
78-55. Skip Kroeger, a one man
show with a basketball, as was
evident in the company level
tournament at Fort Kobbe last
mrsni h nut nn atinther one for the
fans at Amador as he poured" 32
points through the hoop to leaa
his team to their first victory in
the PAF basketball league.
The Cavaliers, with a definite
height advantage over the Troop-
1 1 J tkoH. sv A svlna it
ers, neiu uicm w w yvm so m
the first half and beat off a ral rally
ly rally in the third period to take
the game with ease. By keeping
center blocked, the Ray Crawford Crawford-Dick
Dick Crawford-Dick Rurbach duo was froced to
shoot from the outside and fad faded
ed faded to hit consistently.
The lack of an experienced cen center
ter center also did not help the Trooper
cause, not to mention the miss missed
ed missed 30-point-per-game average of
the absent Bobby Christopher.
Crawford, an All-Star forward
last year, managed to drop his
lefthand jump shot through the
hoop enough times to garner 22
points and Burback collected 15
in the losing cause.
Kroeger, voted one of the most
outstanding players in the Kobbe
tourney last month, kept up his
pace as he netted 13 field goals
and six out of nine from the
free throw line. Another star of
that tournament and the team's
best rebounder, Dick Kyllo, tart tart-de
de tart-de slow but ended up with 10
points for the night.
A new face, Bob Richardson,
scored from the side on a soft
jump shot six times. With the
fast break working effect i v e 1 y
and good rebounding, the Cava Cavaliers
liers Cavaliers easily tripped the Troopers,
picked to be one of the top teams
in the league .this year.
LOGAN DUE BACK
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) -Milwaukee
manager Fred Hanev
said yesterday he expected short
stop Johnny Logan back in the
lineup within a week. Logan was
spiked on the right ankle during
a game with the Chicago Cubs on
gaining on the league leading
Bisons by whipping the Red Wings
91. A four-run Maple Leaf rally
in the fifth inning highlighted To Toronto's
ronto's Toronto's 17-hit attack.
A pair of five-run innings, the
second and eighth gave Richmond
a 15-9 decision over Columbus. The
Yankee farmhands clobbered cix
jet hurlers for 18 hits.
BESOS DE ARENA
Over Muri 1 7d Tormrrow Ni
TAn-ranlrAd Pi.han thantamuroiffht
A vy HUUWU V.MMM WMUb-..-' n W..M.
Manuel Armenterns caut tnriav he
is going all-out for a win over Pa
nama leamerwtignt KoDerto wu-
riuo in tomorrow night s ten
rounder at tue National Gym.
The visitor declared that a vic
tory would somewhat atone for
his loss to leal bantammeight
contender Toto Ibarra and place
Armenteros ma position to seek
a return pout witft xoto.
1 JK I
The 29-year old Armenteros is
ranked amoni! the world's ten
leading fighters in his division in
the Cerent Trttionat Boxing as
sociation and king Magazine rat
Since defeating the Cuban,, it
has been unofficially reported
that Ibarra will be recognized as
tenth in the world in the Ring's
Muri! 10. wlo fought for
first ti.ne in Panama a month a
ea following a successful boxing
tour oi Central America, dropped
a disputed deasion to 1 i gh t
weight : contender Jorge yumtero
that caused a near-riot when the
verdict was announced.
Two ludges voted for Quinte
ro while the referee saw Muri-i
llo on top at tl e end of a sensa sensational
tional sensational battle in which Murillo
dropped the winner for a knock knockdown
down knockdown !n the seventh round.
The manner in which Murillo,
a light featherweight, handled
hjmsei! againit Quintero. who is
a natural 135 pounder, has given
many observers the opinion that
he wili be victorious over his
Armenteros weighed only H8V4
when he fought Ibarra, although
the weight lim t was 120, pounds.
Tomorrow's weight limit is 122
In the six-round-semifinal un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Eloy Henry meets slam slam-bang
bang slam-bang slugger Antonio (Corazon
de Toro) Gonzales at a weight
limit 0' 122 pounds. It should be
interesting to see how fearless
Gonzahs fares against his prom
ising boxer-puncher rival.
G?ne-al admission is 1.23,
general ringside $2.S0 and reserv
ed ringside J.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre
tary of Navy William B. Franke
has assured, Colorado Sen. Gordon
AHott that the Naval Academy
will meet the Air Force, Academy
in football every third year in
Colorado. Alternate games will foe
played at an East Coast site near
Annapolis, Ma., and at a "neutral
LOTTERY NIGHT I
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THE CHARGE AT
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San Francisco at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at Milwaukee
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GIRtS BASKETBALt" TEye-Catching Silva Alba tio 5 of th6 Cuna Indians Female Basketball shoots
for the basket in the Colon Arena as Joyce Gayle (facing camera and arm extended), Fat Greaves
(facing camera) Lvonne Drew and Patsy Griffitth (back to camera) try to defend for Mentola Mentola-dos.
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contest won by Mentolados 38 to 19. (Photo Waisom)
Elks Basketball League
Providing expected fireworks on i
the we of Fourth tit July the
Wolverines outlasted ; the Hawlc
eyes ion the HtrengthoJi23 ntfintt
with S basket? H a losing effort:
Th second game was a slow
one, seemed like the boys .Were
saving themselves for the next
day celebration, Scott o ftheCats,
looked the part of s big rnah
when" he dumped in
For the losers, Stromberf
team; with 18 points. 1 -' 7
' Cooling rain, stimulated the
W Llboys to more vigorous and bet bet-R
R bet-R 3 ter basketball Tuesdav nicht. In
uimm opener the Badgerr ekeff '6ut
5 4 a one point win over the Wolver-
2 7-ines on the' strength of a;, last
second basket by Rocky Blevina.
Strombere led Jiis team with. 17
points while the ; scoring by the
Wolves; was well distributed. ;
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Kbtv WildatMg fiaik9yes
went to the Cats by' the same
one point margin. Poor judge judgement
ment judgement on the part -of the Hawks
cost them win for they had a
5 point spread with a minute and
a half to so. Bowmah -dumoed in
The loss further sunk the; Hawks
into the leacue .cellar.
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EDITOR'S NOT! : This U th
flrt f thra dltpafchv wi th
lift f 4nfmar Johansson and
what his rlso to woHd him him-plonship
plonship him-plonship moans to boxing today.
' By HARRY GRAYSON
t.lNEW YORK, (NEAj- "This is'
the i story of an amazing young
man who quickly restored to the
heavyweight championship of the
world the prestige and, dignity to
which u is so ricniy tnuuea.
Jngemar Johansson' may not
prove to bt as great fighter
as some of his illustrious prede predecessors.
cessors. predecessors. But tha 26-year-old Swede
with the."toonder and lightning
in his right fist has the quiet ele elegance
gance elegance ofJames J. Corbett, the
animal magnetism of jack Demp-
sey, the studious determination of
Gene Tunney and the simple sin sincerity
cerity sincerity of Joe Louis.
- For some strange reason. Rocky
Marciano never really caught on
with the public, to Johansson is
the first heavyweight chSmpfdn
people have followed on the streets
Knocking out Floyd Patterson
with the savagery of Dempwey,
he-gave prize fighting its biggest
boost, especially internationally,
since the Manassa Man Mauler
established the million-dollar gate.-
And at a time when it most need
ed a shot in the arm.
Johansson never again will
walk unnoticed anywhere in the
world, wmie iie holds, the highest
honor the ring affords no One will
pUt the question, "Who is the
wsavy weight championr' Never
again will it be. asked. "Who is
Ingemar Johnasson?" This man
hit risen from national disgrace
ia his native Sweden to worldwide
acclaim, stamping his marc in indelibly
delibly indelibly into ring history.
Johansson is by far the most
casual- of all heavyweight cham champions.
pions. champions. Evens after, firing hte shot
heard round the world he insisted
that to him boxing was a by
product-After a brief vacation in
Florida, he was flying back to
Goteborg. There was much to be
done in connection with his heavy
contracting Dusiness and fishing
What manner of man Is it who
grows .from a frightened, cower
ing youth who was deprived of
au Honors in the Olympic Games
to the self-assured, methodical,
murderous fighting machine which
jonnasson is a man who Dors
with catient -understanding the
derision of the countrymen after
ne was tnrown.out of the rjng for
-not xrying against Big Ed Sand Sanders
ers Sanders of the United States in: the
1952 Olympics in Helsinki, fhero
jwas 1 Bp room in hinr for- Tancor
ai me scorn .01 ms proua peopie.
He was. too filled with auiet de
termination to wipe the stain from
Thf box scores:
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14 O 2
4 0 0 8
1 f0 0! 2
10 0 2
23 2 2 48
lec&ndg lefV ila, Carroll led
me lusers wun i uoinis whim-
scoring among the Cats was well
StromMri ' 8 1 2 17
Tjin.r.n. i 1 r h 1 in
teVoref !t-'r M'fl, 1 8
LoAband'Tr.'-.? ff. 0 0
Barnes- -r i
Hawkoyss 4 '
3 0 ,4' 6
2 0,-1 ,"4
1 0 a
Engeike' ,1?4 12 9
Scott -.-K y. i.'J Wt 3 2
steward: w'Uj 5 i
8 ,8 tO 13
ifq 14 6 4 36
WILMINGTON. Del. J(Jeati
Souped up super-service borrowed
from super markets hat been in introduced
troduced introduced to soeed the tale of mu mu-tuel
tuel mu-tuel tickets at -Delaware .Parle.
Certain cashier aisles in supper
markets are- labelled "Express
linej-LimIt Six Items." This ex expedites
pedites expedites the movement.
rt.i v. i in...
itaware ram naa insuiuiea (i-
milar express lines limit three
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The leaeue!ler?lnrf-' WK!virno
losl a -close; onw in th 4iN(rn'
to the Wildcats.' In the flrst half
the Wolves'- had one- noint lends
at the Quarter mark "but tie
Cats were on top 30 23 athe .3
Paiak 'had laTniarkeri1 fo the
lospr while tlie iCat' scoring was
raher Wei spread out. The,Vild-
cats have now won heif last
four game and are tn Oosftion io
threaten for, the : league leader-
jn: the setond -contrast the re-
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-: double, 'tickets,, at some of its ,tnei hapless HAwkeyesi S4-44 on
, Window. :fhm (franoth nf 90 Viicr nnlnla t.
' There it no. reason, for,. anyons Russ Stromberg. The end of the
: being shut out. and those desir-.third quarter showed the Badg Badg-!
! Badg-! ing to purchase t comparativsly eri leading 39-38 but Stromberg
few pickets need tiot be i delayed took command: with-,' a 10 wlnl
: oeiiinu uuycri m many comDina- sniurc in ine rnnrrn nnartr ,ur.
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Hie real story of Joahnsson. son
,ot, a City; of Goteborg maintenance
Jraan,:Begina wheji 'Edwin Ahlt'
tui, prompter ana puDiisner, Iirsi
saw him as a 14-year-old at
Lorensberg's Circus in Gotebbm
"I first heard of Ingemar when
ne was 13, recalls ddie Ahlqvist,
wno developed tne new champion,
"but waited a year before look
ing at him. It had always been
my -ambition to develop a heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion, but I had been
sorely disappointed with four
hopefuls, and had given it 'up as
a had job.
'But" this night they had Inge
mar, weighing 180 pounds at 14
but carrying ft with the awkward
ness of a growing boy, in with a
husky 195-pounder from the ship shipyards.
yards. shipyards. The big fellow started aft after
er after the kid with the smooth mus muscles
cles muscles as though he would eat him.
but Ingemar dropped that right
on his chin' and the referee count counted
ed counted him out. When the big guy
came to, ne asRed wno in the hell
threw in the towel. Like Machen
and Patterson, he didn't known
what bit him.
"Ingemar was born with tiat
short right hand."
NEXT: Ingemar Johnation
didn't dream he would bo champion.
scoring the entire -Hawk team, rivs hers by plana early .today
Freddie Hutchinson Replaces
Mayo Smith As Red Manager
"hasn't jelled," replaced Mayo Hutchinson n Seattle ,.nh
The "open secret" that Smith w" 'mi,lir with most National
was out and Hutchinson in was Pyers.
Officially confirmed Wednesday -r wolliJ tilt ln ... .f
tne switch. a good club, but it hasn't gotten
The thange had been widely l1 Pching and hitting together,
predicted for days and became a In ,hort- 11 han,t Jelled."
virtual certainty when the mild-,,' Hutchinson said he "hated" to
mannered Smith, whn had Wn leave the Seattle club in mid-nea.
the Reds' pilot only since last totl hlrt 'd the Cincinnati offer
Sept. 29, failed to show upt th'e "w, break I couldn't pans w."
meetings of Wg leagu; officials I, "Pnce..; you've been in the big
nai accompanied Tuesday's All-Heaves, ne
Star. game. ,. J)v '.
."There's nothing to sayi1' cftm-
mented Smith when he got the.
oaa ,n?ws in nearoy ort,,Tnom-
ball is." '"k!..,, :
Hutchinson, who formerly man managed
aged managed the Detroit Tlseri and: tha
St. Louis Cardinals, left his 'post
as mxnager ot the last-nlace Se
attle Rainier of ths Pacific Coast
'a?'i take over, tM seventh-
place Reds. He wisdue to ar-
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leagues.-" Tie said, "it's a lure and
a challenge you always want to
Hutchinson, now. 40, was a star
pitcher with the Detroit Tigers in
his heyday and became known as
an astute handler of pitchers as
sklppir of Detroit from mid-1952
to end of 1954 (highest finish fifth
place) and as pitot of the Cards
from 1958 until replaced by Solly
Hemus lait Sept. 17 (highest 'in 'in-is
is 'in-is h second lace).
Pitching Is one of' the reasons
for ths Reds' current low estate.
NEW YORK (UPI)-Baseball's
brightest brains seemed id agree
today with less than the expected
flumoer of dissenters that a third
maior leaeue is inevitable but is
farther away than the current
1,961 target date, T r;
There are, according to those
most interested, two major hur hurdles
dles hurdles which must be surmounted.
One is obtaining the talent to
staff another major' league and
the second is the ouilding 01 suit suitable
able suitable stadiums.
It is generally agreed that for a
period ot several years the new
"najor league" simply will be a
trioU A league masquerading as
a fit companion for the American
and National Leagues.
'Baseball men attending the ma major
jor major league All-Star game made it
clear that. they aren't greeting the
third loop with ,the sneering dis disdain
dain disdain which Jed to the pro football
war a few years back between
the established National League
and the upstart All-America con conference.
ference. conference. The NFL arrogantly told
the AAC to "go get a football."
It was war to the hilt which cost
everybody money before the finil
TIME FOR EXPANSION
Major leaguer agree uut it is
time ur ediut.o... uity wuui
preier to auu two cluos 10 uuui
leagues anu yet ujalu u'om uus,
too, oecause 01 the senirai uverau
lossening in the liuauty ot uitr
inere can be no question but
what tne new teams are nouig to
be interior, eveu 11 ine cuiient
leagues reduce the numoer 01
players on tneir rosters anu on
Lneu- reserve ums. nieie are
plenty ot Dail players out there
aren ( piemy Oi. wg xeagaeis-
You oon't have to go ny lar-
ther ihau suca places s vv aonmg-
ton, Philadelpma or Kansas ctt,j
10 name a w mojui icsue
teams, to prove the point. 11 tne
piayers were avakati3, uiese
teanis woula be stronger, call
tnem "pincu penny uju Ouier
miserly adjectives, bui even tne
most avaricious owners know uiat
they can make more money oy
fieming a winner.
The New York Yankees made
the proud ooast in the spring that
they had young piayers they were
sending to tne minors who could
make any other big league learn.
This is a sad commentary on tne
talents of some other clubs. And
yet now that the Yankees are in
trouble and flirting with the sec second
ond second division they haven't brought
up any of these phenoms to hypo
BIG MAJOR-MINOR GAP
The answer is obvious. There's
a great gap between the major
leagues as we know them and the
top minor leagues.
Ask, any old timer to name his
all-time All-Star team and you'll
sea the names of such early he heroes
roes heroes as Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner
and Wee Willie Keeler, who reach
back to the gas light era. Now
the kids of today are admittedly
bigger, stronger and faster. You
can provoke an argument which
would shame your mother-in-law
by hinting that these immortals
were incomparable simply be because
cause because they were the best of a
But you can bet that the super
itars of the new major league, If
and when it. comes Into being, will
stand out simply because of that
They will be the best of a me mediocre
diocre mediocre lot. Just as there now are
stars in the International League,
tHa:hree-EyeeLagUe or the Ep-
worth League, so too any level
the water hits will find something 1
floating on top. But the way the
current major leagues have ths
top 400 players competing in the
majors and the next best 640
players under iron-bound contract
in the minors where in the world
is the third league go;ng to get
400 "major leaguers" to put it in1
MACDONALD ft MUIR LTD Dlttllltn Ltlth Scotland
Chicago (NEA) William
Hal Bishop and Steve Brooks
walked off with training ;ind
riding honors, respectively, at
the 30-day Balmoral meeting at
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fficejren f-l weekdays,
J it.. 5
fostM cottage, between Santa
Clara and R'o Hare. New low
rate. Phone Balboa 116.
PHILLIPS Oeaaniiee Cettaflet
Santa Clare t. de P. Pliene
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Genell Bin' private Guet Houie
on Santa Clara Beach Modem
conveniences... New tun deck
Playground with barbecue, bad badminton,
minton, badminton, ping-pong, archery, etc.
Accommodate! Navy 3812.
OR RENT: Furnished chalet i
48th end, Bella Viita, left hand
No. 25 Two bedroomi, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, kitchen,
eervlce $100.00. Garden. Teij.
3-1683 and 3-6887.
FOR RENT: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished three bedroom house, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, kitchen, bar. ";f op optioned,
tioned, optioned, yard, in Cangrejo f St
No 10 For Information tall Tel.
FOR RENT: Upstafrs chalet.
J recently painted, near Panama
Hotel, two bedroomi, living-dining
room, kitchen, garage, maid't
room, wash tuba. End Via Eipa Eipa-fia
fia Eipa-fia with house, next Radio Mira Mira-m.r.
m.r. Mira-m.r. $100.00. Tel. 3-6351.
FOR RENT: Comfortable
apartment in residential area, air air-conditioned.
conditioned. air-conditioned. Private porch, tele telephone,
phone, telephone, bathroom. Call Saul Men-
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom reaidence with servants.
Golf Heights, months of August
and September, $250 per month.
Call 3-6648 office hours.
FOR RENT: Office space.
Mercedes building, above Avenida
Balboa's Post Office, with terrace
floors, acoustic ceiling, private
bathroom, watchman, very rea reasonable
sonable reasonable rent. Tel. 3-3054.
FOR RENT: 316.80 squaro
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Fran-gipanl
gipanl Fran-gipanl Street, close to Auto Ser Ser-vicio,
vicio, Ser-vicio, $235.00. Phone 2-0481
FOR RENT: Spacious site, suit suitable
able suitable for office, 30 meters from
the "Cemento Building" and
near Hotel El Panama. Phone 2 2-4516.
4516. 2-4516. SERVICES
Experts in TV, radio, Hi-Fi and
W do more Work, because we
do it the best.
Tivoll Avenue No. 1 8-20.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
DRAWER "A' DIABLO
' BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL, C.I.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Coco Solo Pool
The Coco Solo swimming pool,
which has been closed for paint painting
ing painting since May 28 mill reopen Mon Monday
day Monday morning.
Pool hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily, except Monday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday when it is open from 9 a.m.
to 9 p.m.
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I ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
I FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740 f
Gibraltar Llfr Inn. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tfl Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
1:00 a.m. to 18:00
2:Ot p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: t:0 a.m. to 12:0
u The OAS
i 12:30 p.m.
;:'-!. Every Sunday
FOR RENT: In Cangrejo, fur-
nished or unfurnished apartment,
two bedrooms, all around balcony,
maid's room with service, gar garage,
age, garage, with water. Alberto Navarro
Street, La Castellana building,
Tel. 2-2883 or 3-1318.
FQR SALE: One bedroom
apartment, new apartment. House
located on the TransisHimian
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: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Information,
Tel. 3-4404. Porres. Family.
FOR RENT: Modern apartments
3 bedroems, air-conditioned, hot
water, top floor, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT- Cangrejo: Fully
furnished, modern, cool, one
room apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Call 3-1789.
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 on 51 Street.
FOR RENT: In the luxurious,
modern "Alina" building recent recently
ly recently constructed on Manuel Espi Espi-nosa
nosa Espi-nosa B Avenue, beside the new
"Cemento Panama'' building
which houses the Chase Manhat Manhattan
tan Manhattan Bank branch: two-bedroom
apartments, living-dining room,
porch and installation andf acces accessories
sories accessories for air-conditioning In the
bedrooms and hot water, etc.
Each apartment has maid's room
and Independent wash rooms,
elevator service, janitor and gar garage;
age; garage; also a penthouse with bar
and hall for parties for the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive use of tenants. On the
ground floor are two commercial
sites with their respective store storehouses.
houses. storehouses. Applications will be ac accepted
cepted accepted starting from today and
apartments will be turned over to
tenants uly 15. Inquire: Mari Mari-chal
chal Mari-chal Boyd. Office Peru Avenue
No. 57. Tels. 3-6710 and 3 3-7926.
7926. 3-7926. FOR RENT: Beautiful large two
bedroom apartment, Campo Ale Ale-gre,
gre, Ale-gre, all conveniences, hot water,
near Hotel Panama. Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Apartment In the
best residential sector with all
conveniences, two bedroom,
porch, very large living and din dining
ing dining room, modern bathroom, kit kitten,
ten, kitten, maid's room. Phone 3 3-1107.
1107. 3-1107. FOR RENT: In the best resi resi-dentil
dentil resi-dentil section of Cangrejo, mod modern
ern modern and very spacious apartment,
2 bedrooms, tivingroom, dining
room, kitchen, two bathrooms,
maid's room, garage, hot and
cold water. $120.00 monthly.
FOR RENT: Comfortable apart apartment
ment apartment in residential area, private
entraee, porch, air-conditioning,
bathroom, refriqerator and tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Call Mr. Saul Mendex,
FOR RENT: Modern apartment.
2 bedrooms, living room, dining
room, hot water, curtains, maid's
room, garage, etc., 49th Street.
"Isabelita Building". Phone 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. FOR RENT: Modern, cool, two
bedroom apartment on upper
floor, Calls 50 No. 115. phone
RIOT' INJURE 15
TET, AVIV. Israel (UPI) Au Authorises
thorises Authorises reported that 13 police police-ment
ment police-ment and tmo civilians were in injured
jured injured yesterday in riots which
swept the Warii llalih quarter of
Haifa. An official announcement
said the disturbance was touched
off after residents of the quar quarter
ter quarter staged a protes: march de denouncing
nouncing denouncing police methods in break breaking
ing breaking up a cafe brawl Wednesday
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Trpes of Auto Insurance
HOW ABOUT THATT
CHICAGO (UPIK-ted Restke
and Philip E. Ryari paced the
maternity waiting room together
at Mercy Hospital. Restke got the
news first, turned" to Ryn, and
said: "Twins! How do you like
that?" Ryan dazedly received his
news a few minutes later. 'Tri 'Triplets!"
plets!" 'Triplets!" he told Restke. "How do
you like that?"
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. A
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 coven, 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: 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
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Victoria,
Fordomatie, radio, tinted glass,
tires recently purchased, brand
new spare. Excellent condition.
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodge Royal
4-door sedan. Good condition.
$975.00. Phone 5-320 Gafun
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford station
wagon, Cruise-Au-Matic Trans.
8000 miles. $2200. Tel. Balboa
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plaaa 4-door sedan. 6 Cyld.
standard shift. Cristobal 3-1480.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Minor
four door, excellent condition,
2104-C, Curundu, C.Z. Phone
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl standard, radio,
heater, 16,000 miles. Balboa
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevr. Kings Kings-wood
wood Kings-wood station wagon, 9 passenger,
standard shift, Balboa 1473.
FOR SALE: AKC Registered
Toy Bull Boston Tprfier Puppies.
Call Navy 3986.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: 1950 to
1953 Plymouth or Chevrolet.
Good condition. Fort Kobbe No.
146, Tel. 84-3224
WANTED TO BUY: English
dress suit wirh gray strippad
pants, size 40. Phona 3-7265.
FOR SALE: B.S.A. 58-A-10
Super Rocket. Excellent condi condition
tion condition Phone 3-3202 or 8405 Es Es-pave
pave Es-pave Ave. Margarita.
Group To Discuss
Differing TVA Bills
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A House
Senate conference committee will
try to iron out differences in
Houe and Senate bills allowing
the TV A limited authority to issue
bonis to finance future expan expansion.
sion. expansion. The Sena t e late Thursday
passed ov voi't vote a modified
version ot a House approved diii.
The Senate measure would au authorize
thorize authorize issuance of up to 750 mil million
lion million dollars u bords and would
give the secretary of the treasury
conn-ol over only their timing
and maximum interest rate.
But the Senate also wrote into
the legation a new restriction
whi.h would let the Tennessee
Valby Authority expand by only
five m ifs i.w boundaries of the
area wiiich mty buy power from
The Senate defeated a series of
Sen. John l.. Stennis (D-Miss.1
said i.ie alternative to the bill
was a "paralvzing power short shortage
age shortage in the whoie TVA area'
which would halt that region's
Sen. P.arry Goldwater (r-Ariz.)
labeled TVA a "socialist enter enterprise"
prise" enterprise" while first offering and
then withdrawing an amendment
to create a commission to con consider
sider consider sile of the agency.
The Senate adopted a minor
amendment adc.ing the communi communities
ties communities ol Montir-tfllo and Hickman,
Ky.. to the list ol places excluded
from tho expansion limitations of
A raqulam mass will be held
tomorrow morning at 6:30 In
tho San Migutl Church for the
repos of the soul of the late Ce Cecil
cil Cecil Atkinson, who died a year
Bring this notice to
21-41 "B" AVE.
and racelVe your
Special gift for Hebrew People
FOR SALE: Dental cabinet,
suitable, for hobbyists. Or. Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, Balboa 3002.
FOR SALE. Servel 8 5 foot (a
refrigerator. In operation until
July II. A Is where is (New
Gorgona) $125. Phone, Panama
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 6146
tubes. Runs 135 watts inut.
$225. Selling in order to buy
new rig. Phone KZ5FL. Balboa
Let ut develop and enlarge your
Minox and Minolta films, best
results. Forografia Charles, Cl Cl-lla
lla Cl-lla 18 13A24, (Call. "J").
FOR SALE: Two brand new
never used traveling bags, one
bag reduced from $50.00 to
$35.00, other bag reduced from
$38.00 to $25.00. Xouse 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 37th
St. No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: RCA console radio
with 4 speed, Webcor record
player, may need very miner re repair.
pair. repair. Gamboa 6-460.
FOR SALE: Airconditiener V4
h p. in serviceable condition. $40.
Phone Curundu 2225.
FOR SALE: 1 firl's 24" Huffy
bicycle and 1 boy's 24" Huffy
bicycle, $20.00 each. Excellent
condition, phona Kobbe 6120 or
sea quarters 3 16-A, Fort Kebbe.
WANTED: To rent long terns
4-bedroom house, unfurnished,
modern, residential district. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7397, 7 a.m. to 1:30
WANTED: Bilingual atene.
grapher, write box 1180 Colon,
giving past experience, education
WANTED: Baby nurse with
references. Call Tel. 3-0946, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. WANTED: An experienced wo woman
man woman for cooking and deeping
with- housework, references re required,
quired, required, small family, excellent
salary, No. 38, Call 50. Fried Friedman.
man. Friedman. Lost Articles
LOST: All-whit, medlum-slxe
pet dog, curly hair on back. Fe Female.
male. Female. Gentle but scared. Lost
from new home on Braxil Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, Paitllla, across from Fuerx
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 en skin, umbi umbilical
lical umbilical hernia. Reward. Call Balboa
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service
ULUA July 1 July
YAQUE July 14 July
MORAZAN July 21 July
ULUA July 28 August
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CK1STOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEXITA ETery (15) Days
Weekly sailings ot twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $27.1.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .$400.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA.2-2904
FOR SALEt Uvlngreom furni furniture,
ture, furniture, diningroom set, bedreem
set, Cowe made. Few use. Via
Ispafia Ne. 114 ApfxS.
FOR SALE: Living and dining
room furniture, RC A. televi television,
sion, television, Servel refrigerator and May
tag washing machine. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1784.
FOR SALE : Refrigerator, w
condition, 2-dfoor, frost-free, ,G.
E., 12 cu. ft., light green, used
8 months, $295.00, call Balboa
FOR SALE: 3 Venetian blinds
and two valances, $40.00; 1
under quarters metal clothe fine
frame, $10.00; 4 tables model
radios, $10.00 each; 1 electric
office clock (new), $15.00; 1
78 i.p.m. record player and cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, $15 00; 1 3 tube phone
amplifier kit, $7.50; 1 5 inch
radio speaker, $2.00. Telephone
FOR SALE: 1 mahogany con contour
tour contour chair, $2.50; 1 chaise lounge
reed), $15. 00; 3 unfinished ma ma-each,
each, ma-each, $2.00; 1 Westingheuse all 1
hogany tables 21'2x33V5 In.
porcelain Martha Washington re refrigerator,'
frigerator,' refrigerator,' $90.00; 1 Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator (painted) With
freexer top, $150.00; 5 alum.
Venetian blinds 72 in, wide (will
fit) type 333 house bedroom,
each, $10.00; 4 alum. Venetian
blinds 7'10"x4'3" (fit) Breexe Breexe-way
way Breexe-way type house, each $15.00; 2
large bamboo shades, each,
$2.00; 1 large tool chest on met metal
al metal stand with assort, of carpenter
tools, etc. (Make an offer). 1
box welding equipment. (Make
an offer.) 1 18 inch Spirit level.
I Make an offer). Inquire Melt Melt-vaine
vaine Melt-vaine or Wipple, telephone: Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2798.
FOR SALE: Beauty Shop chair
with drain beard new, never
used. Phone 4-0553.
FOR SALE: 4 speed RCA ortho ortho-phonic
phonic ortho-phonic high fidelity record play player.
er. player. 571 -E, Curundu Ht. Phone:
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 8 cu.
ft., in excellent condition, 759-C
Barneby St. Balboa, 2-4413.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglass
runabout, 1958, 35 ft. p. out
board, trailer accessoriet, $650,
0433, Ancon, Tel. Balboa 6316.
FOR SALE: Two cylinder Penta
gasoline marine engine, ten h.p.
1000 r.p.m. Navy 3397.
For a quick sale yacht Messenger,
Diesel powered $4500, register
ed length,. 45 ft. Balboa Yacht
Club, owner Nealy Ashby.
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner
ton, 1 1 0 volt, will swap for out outboard
board outboard motor, 3739, Navy.
FOR SALE: Solid fibreglas. 15
ft. 6" boat. Nearly new $300.
Telephone 2-2643. Luis Domin Domin-guex,
guex, Domin-guex, Calle 16 Este Ne. 6-04.
FOR SALE: Boat trailer $60.
4 gun pistol ease $10. 12 power
potting scope No.. 10, eell Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3444.
Prominent international airline
has opening for operation clerk.
Salary minimum $175', must be
bilingual and have a minimum ef
a High School education -or ft
equivalent. All applicants report
to the training room second floor
of Tocumen Airport, Saturday
july 1 Ith at 9:30 a.m. Ne phone
FOR SALIr Ut. 500 and 1.000
teter, hi the Nueve Hipodrerae s.
Urfaaalxetiee- acre the Rome'
Racetrack, AN Jota With street
fronts, tewege, water aula and
electricity. Cat W. MclamehV
FOR SALIi Beautiful residence.
4 bedreem. livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry,- maid'
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1,800
m. 9th.' Street Ne, 28, Saa
NY Teenzgers Held
Of Earl Mack Killer
NEW YORF (UPI) A 15-year-
old eiri and a 17-year -' old boy
were indicted on first degree mur
der charges today. They were
accasedi of awing a 14-year-oia
boy charged with killing another
youth in a gang revenge slaying
The.gtrl, Carmen Martinez, was
charged with carrying the gang-
owned gun with which the younger
boy allegedly killed Raul Banucm,
17. in revenge for the fatal shoot
ing of ran Mack, 15, a Negro,
on June 5.
The bov indicted with her. Philip
Alvarei, allegedly accompanied
the boy and the girl. The young younger
er younger boy is being held for juvenile
Police said the vounff neonle
appareatly were not satisfied that
police and caught the actual kill killers
ers killers of Mack. Four youths, wh6
were unoer arrest at the time
Bamichi was slain, were indicted
for first degree murder earlier
this week in that killing.
In another youth gang murder
case, tnree ocys were sentenced
on first degree manslaughter con convictions
victions convictions for the beating May 30,
1958, ot Julie Ramos, 24. a Cu Cuban.
ban. Cuban. The gang attack was said
to have oceunva because Ramos,
a newcomer to New York, was
sitting Ji a section of an East
Harlem park which the Italian
American- gang members had de
clared ufMimits to Spanish-speqk-
Hc:ring On Laws
For Migrant Workers
WASHINGTON (UPI) Labor
Secretary Janus P. Mitchell pre
pared today 'to order hearings on
His prouosals to raise wages and
improve living standards of mi'
grant farm workers.
The Irbor Lepartment was ex
pected to move quickly now that
Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers has
uphe'd M'tcheJ s right J bar un uncooperative
cooperative uncooperative farmemployers from
using US. Employment Service
offices to recruit out-of-state farm farmhands.
hands. farmhands. Rogers ruled Thursday in Mitch
ell's favor in an intra-administra-
tion battle that pitted him against
Secretary of Agn culture" Jbzra
Many congressmen from the
South and Southwest, where most
migrants are -employed, protested
that Mitchell s proposals were un
constitutional. Leading farm or
ganizations Sfco battled against
What Mitchell wants to do is is
sue new regulations providing:
Housinp for migrant workers
must meet specifications of state
Wages must match prevailing
rates for simt'ar workers.
Employers must provide the
same transportation arrangements
possible including expense paid
roundtnps from the migrant's
.1 : i ul.
nome area, uim prevail in on
, The regulations would affect
250,000 to 300,000 workers who
move In tn r e e main migrant
"streams" up the East Coast, the
Mississippi Valley and the West
Coast to help harvest the nation's
Strike Next Week
WASHINGTON (UPI) A divi
sion of the Transport Workers
Union (TWU) says it wil strike
against Pan American World Air Airways
ways Airways on or after July 18 unless
the airline grants some 1,200
stewariesses premium pay for
Pan American meantime, said
that Federal Mediator C. Robert
Roadley will meet representatives
of both sides Monday in New
York in a "las' ditch5' effort to
solve the .)di?pute.
The stewardesses, members of
TW(l' Ate. Transport Division,
have asaed for a lg per cent pay
hike fo.' let fLghts. The company
offered a 5 per cent increase.
The company maintained that it
accepted recommendations by a
Presidential fact finding board
and that other segments of the
union also had accepted the re re-commendntion.
commendntion. re-commendntion. It included the 5
per cent boost for stewardesses.
An airline spokesman said he
did not know of any company
decision on whether to keep flying
if there Is a strike But he said
if mechanics members of the
same vnion respected picket
lines, that probably would force
an eventual :nutaown.
By SAM SHUUSKY'.
Q. I am 70. We receive about
$600 a year from about $17,000
current value in varying amounts
of Acme Steel, A.T. and T.. Bor
den, General Motors, Greyhound,-
internationar Paper, National Bis Biscuit,
cuit, Biscuit, Norfolk- and Western, Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair Oil, Union Tank Car and
Westinghouse Air Brake. Could I
improve this income by switching
to preferreda?- ',(
a. rm sure? you: "couid. r;
You have a bine ribbon list of
stocks. Some of thein are, further
more, in the growth classification,
wmcn means tney pay oak rawer
PreferredsS today are in- thei
"dog house"- that means you'
can get fairly generous yields
from them if you .are satisfied to
take a -fixed incomer that is, give
up any,: hedge Against inflation.
Some of "these preferred issues
would yield close to five per cent
Racine Gas. Tidewater Oil. San
ta Fe, Union Pacific.
If you want to sten down In
quality you t an get convertible
preferreds which would yield al
most as much and still provide
an inflation hedge. Then. too.
there are some straight, bonds
yielding around five or even a bit
l a suggest you discuss some of
these switches with your broker.
You evidently have been receiv
ing conservative guidance-Jn your
mvcsuflg, ana i wouict enamiy
continue with it.
Q. I am a widow of 58 with
a son about to emten nl1ep-0 T
have abbuti20,00d wd$Jf of stock,
including substantial amounts of
Boeing and PuPont, f aave'$30,T
ooo in cash which I cannot in invest
vest invest because I must draw on it
to augment earnings. What would
you suggest? I have beep urged
to sell the DuPont for something
providing a higher yield.
A. With $50,000 in funds vou
could count on about $2,500 a year
income. If that isn't enough, I'm
afraid you will have to draw on
principal. However. I don't think
that'c-any reasdn; to keep $30,000
in cash.) 1
I think the Suggestion in pH Tta.
Pont (and Boeing, too) is sound
in your case. If you need income
so much that you must draw on
capital I'm afraid vou can't at.
ford the luxury of growth stocks.
i m sending! vnu list nt ,Mn
aiviaena payers. You might dis
, 1 r '.'-.vr
cuss tnese with vour hf-nto iri.
dently you have had excellent ad
In a recent column. Oliver md.
vertible preferred was listed
J?.0"! investments in
mr 1.? vestments in
was redeemed last March
Son Of Rio Abajo
In New York Church
The Rev. Charles R. Tarter firm
of Charles ,C. Carter of Rttf XW
jo, and a member of St: Christo Christopher's
pher's Christopher's Church, was ordained to
the sacred priesthood of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church in New York today.
rr. carter 'to return Pana Panama
ma Panama on Monday, and a special
service of welcome and a reeen-
tion will be held in his honor on
Wednesday, at St. Christopher's
Church, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
, Fr. Carter will be the preacher
and all the' clergy of the Episcop Episcopal
al Episcopal Church who are serving on the
lstnmus nave Been invited to participate.
General Purposo: Engraved Stem
Dial hdioatlng A Recording
Pressure and Vacuum Gauges
Psych omete rsv'Hy d
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NEW YORK,,' July 10 (UK) -W
an Immutable law of physics that
everything t that goes up must
cojn down This also is a law
that Investors' would do well t
keepio mind; with respect to tho
A rising -stock market "suet as
that -now- being experienced often
attracts the uninitiated who aomer
how have the idea me market
wiU just keep rising, making them
rich, .,. 'i i
While brokers are confident Ihv
summer rally will Mntinn vw
spell, theyi-ar eautioning inves-'
tors to- stop, look and listen before
sMng tneir money into any stock.
In the market's recent xin-e
new all-tane highs, not all groups
have enjoyed -buying Ther, has
been an irregular -tiSttern even in
some of the strongest groups.
The-motto of-all this fa: ym
don't have to be afraid of tho
siock market; Just respect j
TheTAlexander Hamilton IrnrM.
m suggests that with prices on
uca nign,piateau, tt might bo
wise to tako profits Jn speeulativo
issues, ,;retatf high grade ttocks
in th pdrtfofio,- and placo, eee eee-third
third eee-third of funds in food short tarns
bonds or in eash.
Continental Oil, Roya! Dutch,
Standard ptt (New Jersey) and
Texaco are attractive both for in income
come income and eventual appreciation,
says Stanley Heller and Co,
Shoofs, Kills Dad
During Her 'Game'
LTllCLTON, Minn. (UPT)
smriey voeiiers, 14, confessed
today she talked her father into
letting her ti him to a chair-as
"a game" and then killed him
with three rifle bullets.
Shirley had, t.ojd her fath
Thursday night k was all a
game" to see how quickly ho
could free himself. She blindfold blindfolded
ed blindfolded him to make the "game" a
little harder, she said.
Acutally, Sh i r 1 e y aaid a
signed statement, she had planned
to kill her' father because he was
"mean", to her and her two little
Her fattier, Julius Yoellers, 44V
was struggling to untangle him
self from the ropes when his
utiukuvvi nuw unit TT'avaa, wm eajMsr-
caliber; rifle.t authorities said.
Mortally wounded, he freed
himself, staggered to bis ear, and
managed to drive to a neighbor'!
The neighbor, Mrs. Jobs Poo-
pen, said Voellers gasped, ''Quick,
get the men., One of the kids juii
Mrs. Poppen's husband and his
brother got Voellers into their
car. They drove him to a hospi hospital
tal hospital at Little Falls, Minn., where
he died at 4 a.m. yesterday.
Sheriff'! deputies found Shirley
hidin, in aTeld. They also took
her' sisters, aged 10 and 11, into
protective custody. A brother, 17,
was not at home.
Later. Shirley sat gloomily in
her cell while an autopsy and in
quest were under way.
County attorney Attel Felix said
Because of her age, I don't-
think we're going to do anything
nntu she s had an tne psycniamo
examinations we can give her,"
There were neighborhood ru rumors
mors rumors that Shirley's friendship
with a 16-year-old farm boy who
lived nearby might have had
something to do with her resent
ment against her father. Authori-'
ties said they could find noproof
of the teen-ag romance, how however.
romete rsv H y er omotert
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Covering the Soft Spots
Okrsite True Life Adventures
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Demo Boss Johnson Scoffs At Threat
By Ike Of Special Congress Recall
WASHINGTON, (UPI) -Senate
Democratic Lesder Lyndon' B.
Johnson yesterday dismissed Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's threat to recall
Congress in special session as a
"trial balloon." He said it would
cause little excitement.
The Texan was one of a num number
ber number of top Democrats' who pooh pooh-poohed
poohed pooh-poohed the idea. Housd Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Leader John W. McCor McCor-mack
mack McCor-mack (Mass.) said he thought the
President was Ln a "playful
mood" when he raised the possi possibility
bility possibility because of Senate cuts in
foreign aid. o
Some Republicans also rejected
thft idea although Senate GOP
leader Everett M. Dirksen (111.)
had said that a special session af after
ter after Armistice Day might not be a
Johnson, a potential 1960 Dem Democratic,
ocratic, Democratic, presidential candidate who
has( been( showwg" snv 'increased
willinsness to cross swords with
the White House, called Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's statement an example of
the administration's "confusing"
un Tuesday,-' ne sand, "we
have a veo of a (housing), bill on
Ttw gundrtlwr'Tt', wmilir'author-
'e excessive spendtn?. On
Wednesday, we are told that we
mieht be called back in sopiM
session if we don't spend enough."
Tn March, Johnson continued,
"the President tells us that the
who'e( .e,curltv of th? nation de defends
fends defends UDori $4.5rt0.'OOb'.o66 -worth of
'bsrkdfvir ipendin?'' for the Inter International
national International Monptarv Fund and the
World Bfnk. In Jniv we are told
that the future o' the nfcion rests
non stoon'np a little b't of back backdoor
door backdoor sopnding to out roofs over
th psds o' our famil'es."
,Tohnon told tk Senate the
Democrats h;v "heome some somewhat
what somewhat philosophical." But he said
it would be "helpful" if "some "some-body
body "some-body would just lay down a few
ground rules for this course."
President Eisenhower raised the
special session threat at his news
conference Wednesday. A few
hours later the Senate passed an
aid bill slashed 10 per cent below
the $3,909,400,000 sought by Eisen.
hower. The Senate now must work
out a compromise with the House
which passed an even more dras drastically
tically drastically trimmed bill.
Senate GOP Policy Chairman
Styles Bridges (N.H.) also, put
little stock in the idea of a (spe (special
cial (special session. He said Congress
should finish its work by mid mid-August
August mid-August but might run into Septem September
ber September because of "politics being
played and pressure groups operating."
FRENCH FILM CITED
RKRT.TN riTPnFranrB'. "T.
Cousins" last night won 'he
international Berlin Film Festi Festival's
val's Festival's "Golden Bear", highest
award for the year's best feature
film. Among the other winner
was American actress Shirley
MacLaine who received "Silver
Bear" for her performance in
"Ask Anv Girl." Fronrh tm-
Jean Gabin was selected as best
actor for his nnrt In "ArMiims.
le Chlochard" and also received
a "Sinver Bear."
NEW "GREAT WALL"
LONDON fUPIl Mnsrnw 1?a-
dio reported today, that Soviet
scipntistc had disrnvorprl "aroal
wall of central Asia" similar to
the Great Wall of China. The
broadcast, heard here, said it had
been established that thm will
was "built over 2,000 years ago
ana existed. .on the territory of
nrpsent-Hav TTTtolrlstan Tajiki
stan and Turkmenia."
AfOWAS PANAMA AftWAY$
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3 :30 Just For Fun. Rpt.
4:00 Bowling Derby, Rpt.
4:30 Communist Weapon of Allure
i :0fl Dress Blues
7:00 Dennla Day, Rpt.
7:30 I've Got A Secret, Rpt.
8:00 Dinah Shore
9:00 Art Ford Jan Party
10:30 Hit Parade
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:15 Town Hall Party
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Reo Daniel J Flood (D.Pa) has been thinking about the Caribbean again, and
nep. uaniei w. nuuu v d.m,H Fo owinff is the
usual the result has reached the pnnten xne wui...-.-
Record's complete transcript of the Canal-conscious uongre....
'Brax:Ve&'SmairRdf6id H I
t v ft I :' l . -- -. j I
stii irHAMPION-Don Jordan ducks away from a hard right
?rn,i throwr i by 19-year-old challenger Danny Moyer during
?ESS hflttle for the welterweight championship of the world
SfJSit in Portland Oregon" Moyer, undefeated in 20 previ previ-wfiflBhto
wfiflBhto previ-wfiflBhto Rave I the champion a run for his money while los los-S
S los-S a unanimous decision Neither man was able to score a
knMkdX in the 15-round melee, and one judge scored the
K as dose as 144-143, Jordan. (See story of fight, page 6).
'Cindy' Dumps Heavy Rains On Coast
Of New England But Is Losing Punch
BOSTON, July U (UPD- Tro Tropical
pical Tropical storm Cindy dumped heavy
Wins on coastal New England to to-dav
dav to-dav but seemed to have lost her
The storm passed over nuntuck nuntuck-tt'.Wth
tt'.Wth nuntuck-tt'.Wth winds of only 40 to 42
ftph: and these promptly slacked
if to 20 to 35 mph. miles an
hour, according to the Nantucket
Thfl forecaster here said it ap appeared
peared appeared the New England was "out
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the MeteorolORiea!
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal company:
' (max. mph) NW-16
(Inner harbors) 82
& BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, JULY 12
-:S3 a Jit 15.4 ft.
IjBtll p.m 14.5 ft.
Hoever, five New Englanders
died in traffic accidents on rain
slicked highways in a downpour
that preceded the center of the
At Npw Bedford, slightly west
of the northeastward path of the
storm, the syin started peeking
thrtogn the clouds a few minutes
after the storm passea iNaniucKei
across the narrow strip of ocean.
Sky also began to lighten in Bos-Record-breaking
heat broiled the
Pacific Coast yesterday while Cin Cindy
dy Cindy belted the East Coast with tor tornadoes,
nadoes, tornadoes, floods and heavy rains.
In the Midlands, strong winds
cwpnt fhrraich Darts of the Mid-
wpsI unlpashine sudden dust
storms at St. Louis, and torna tornadoes
does tornadoes were forecast for Iowa.
The mercury climbed to 92 de de-arpps
arpps de-arpps at San Francisco and 103 4
was recorded at Los Angeles
rpfnrd ma rks for a July 10. It
was 113 at El Centro, 111 at Ther
mal, and 109 at Blythe.
The heat sucked most of the
moisture out of the air. leaving
San Francisco and t-os Annies
vulnerable to eye-stinging smog.
It was the second day if swel sweltering
tering sweltering weather in California and
there was little hope of relief.
Forecasters said it prooaoiy
would be hot again Saturday, with
on'v a chance of cooling rains.
Twin maior fires roared out ot
control near the movie Capital
of Hollywood. One, in heavily heavily-poDulated
poDulated heavily-poDulated Laurel Canyon only two
miles from Hollywood, swept to towards
wards towards eKpensive homes. The other
burned out of Benedict Canyon to toward
ward toward Mulholland Drive.
Earlier, four other brush fires
burned out 2,000 acres near Pasa Pasadena
dena Pasadena and other smaller areas.
In the east, the remnants of
'tropical storm Cindy ooured heivy
rains on North Carolina and New
.tprspv nd showers extended
through New England and as far
west as Tennessee.
Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.)
Mr ;npaker. the mounting crises
in the Caribbean area has attract
ed world attention, especially
mong the nations of the Western
Hemisphere. There all responsible
governments view them as mat matters
ters matters of the gravest concern to
their peace and safety.
Though the present acute situa situation
tion situation has been building up over a
period of years, no effective ac action
tion action has yet been taken toward
As described by me in an ad address
dress address to this House on June 30,
iq.w the orinciDal Latin-Americ
an policies of the United States
are clear and simple.
Thw arc imd at mintin
ing th security of th Contintnt Contintnt-I
I Contintnt-I United States and the defense
of the Western Hemisphere.
They include the doctrine of non nonintervention
intervention nonintervention and the no-transfer
TTnrierlvine all are our Isthmian
Canal policies and Monroe Doc Doctrine.
trine. Doctrine. It is pertinent to state that
the 1947 Rio Pact, setting up the
inter-American security system, is
an extention of the Monroe Doc Doctrine
trine Doctrine to include participation of all
American' states in their common
The time has long since passed,
Mr. Speaker, when the Congress
should have acted and served no
tice on the world of our inten intention
tion intention with respect to the Isthmian
and other questions of hemisphe
But for vrious reasons, which
need not be recite, it has not
done to and the Rod tide has
continued to rise.
Moreover, the President of the
United States has recently express expressed
ed expressed his concern at the current
developments immediately to tnei
south of us.. .. ...
He has suggested that the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States take
., : : rt fanmnnc sin
tne initiative m easing
the Caribbean and made clear
that i.h United States will not
intervene alone in the explosive
What is this situation that has
now become so threatening to
peace and safety, life and proper property?
ty? property? The evidence Is overwhelming
that it is largely of Communist
origin and design, and led and
directed bv militant Communists.
As such, it is an extension of
an alien imperialism into the stra strategic
tegic strategic center of the Americas. Jt
constitutes the gravest challenge
to the Monroe Doctrine since
threats of European occupation of
Latin American States early in
this century forced upon Presid President
ent President Theodore Roosevelt an en enlargement
largement enlargement of that doctrine to in
clude what is known as the Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Corollary.
To make clear exactly what the
Monroe- Doctrine is, I shall quote
its cpntral onint from the message
of President. Monroe to the Con
gress of December 2, 1823:
"We owe it therefore to candor,
and to thp amicable relations
existing between the United States
and those powers.' to declare that
we should consider any attempt
on their part to extend their sys
tem to any portion of this Hemi
sphere, as dangerous to our peace
What were those powers? The
alliance, whifh was known to have
designs on the Americas.
And what were those systems?
It is indeed interesting to note,
Mr. Speaker, that this alliance
was the pet offspring of the Em Emperor
peror Emperor of Russia.
Is history, in important res-
pects, now repeating itself? A A-ny
ny A-ny realistic examination of e e-vents
vents e-vents since 1956 would indicate
that it is. I submit, therefore,
that what we are currently wit witnessing
nessing witnessing in; the Caribbean are
real dangers to the peace and
safety of the Americas.
Many have asked whether these
I on wore mil he adeauately met?
To them 1 reply that if the United
States in 1823, when it was weak,
could undertake its momentous
Mnnrne Doctrine virtually alone,
why is there so much hesitation,'
in assum leadersnin luuaj,
when the United States and other
nations of this hemisphere are
strong and have identical inter interests?
ests? interests? As I have repeatedly endeavor endeavored
ed endeavored to state, prime objective f
the internationally organized
Communist movement is wres wrestling
tling wrestling control of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal from the United States.
Because few know bur historic
Canal policy, the attention of the
Congress is invited to an import
ant Canal Zone Government me
morandum that was included in
my address to the House on June
23, 1959. I now quote its conclu
sions that summarize some im important
portant important points in our Canal poli poli-cies:
cies: poli-cies: "23. The United States hat
exclusive right to the exercise
of sovereign rights, pow'r, nd
authority in the Canal ione.
The Republic of Panama hat no
right to the exercise of sovereign
rights, power and authority in
the Canal Zone, and no right to
the perquisites or privileges of
a sovereign In the Canal Zone.
Any titufireve"'flnty which
the Hepublie of Panama may
possess in the Canal Zon is
wholly barren and dormant
(reversionary in character) t
least so long at the Convention
of 1903 remains In effect. The
United Stte tee no useM
biirpoj, -td be served In debet debet-ing
ing debet-ing the question of sovereign sovereignty,
ty, sovereignty, as tuch, over the Canal
.Zone, a mjfter fully resolved
by article III of the 1903 con convention.
vention. convention. The United Statet it
not disposed to alter its basie
rights In the Canal Zone at de de-bribed
bribed de-bribed in article 111 of th
That. Mr. Speaker, Is one of the
ablest statements of. Canal policy
with resoect to the Canal Zone
sovereignty question ever written
but it is on v an historical sum
mary tfreDared bv a subordinate
e'ement of our Government. An
authoritative like announcement
bv the Congress is long overdue.
What the final outcome of cur current
rent current Caribben developments will
be I do not venture to predict.
Rut I do sav that there Is much
that the United States can, and
As a start, two simple steps
should be taken without delav.
In line with long established
practice prior to World War IT.
the United States, by Executive
order alone, can reactivate the
Special Service Squadron to be
based in the Panama Canal Zone
and operated directly under the
Chief of Naval Operations inde
pendently of other forces.
a. roPrtmiYiMded in my address
to the House on June 30, 1959,
this squadron wouia serve iui u u-lomatic
lomatic u-lomatic missions and for conti
nuous "showing oi me nag.
A second step is prompt pass pass-i
i pass-i iho c.oneress of House
-L,nnnt Resolution 33 reaffirm
ing our historic Isthmian Canal
Though only a start, these two
actions together, would, as pre previously
viously previously stated, Mr.' Speaker serve
wrnines to worldwide disrup
tive elements now focussing pn
tha r.arihheam and go far in deter-
.further, efforts to subvert
Moreover, they would supply .a
foundation for any aaamonai e-
misDhenc security measmes
that may be needed ?n the future
Andrew M. Maloney
Visited Here Twice
Dies In Bayfield;
Andrew M. Maloney of Bayfield
im. in .nridpnt.lv on June 29
m. hnmn Mr. Malonev, who
.., in 117a the father of Mrs.
David Markun of Balboa Heights.
Mr and Mrs. Maioney uau vi
sited the Isthmus on two occa occasions,
sions, occasions, and he had enjoyed Pana
ma's fishing ana nunung,
rrvio MnrVun family had left
Bayfield only two days before, af after
ter after a two-week visit,, and were
en route to Mexieo City, where
MrlMin i taking tne foreign pei-
vice Institute's spamsn course. e
and the children conunueu m
xicof while Mrs. Markun, return
ed to Wisconsin.
-vCuMrlvitia .in addition 10 ivir
MafAiw nr; three sons, James
of Chisbolm, minn.i John of
RrninwH Minn .: William, of
Cranford, In. J.; ano two oaugi
ters, Elenore (Mrs. James leatn leatn-erstone)
erstone) leatn-erstone) of Alexandria, Va.. and
Mrs. Mark""- .Ail were present
tor final services.
Will Admit Nearo
Students In Fall
MEMPHIS (UPIV-Jack Smith,
president of Memphis State Uni University,
versity, University, testified today in federal
court that the State Board of Ed Education
ucation Education had instructed him to ad admit
mit admit Negroes this fall. ,,
Federal Judge wanon Buyu(
hearing Negro effort? to enroll.
aSKeu smiin li me uuaiu
told him to admit ths fall all
comers, including members of tne
Smith answered that the 'state
board has so instructed me."
Smith testified that in 1958 he
had recommended that Negroes
not be a d m i 1 1 e d because he
feared violence, but would not do
so "at the present time."
State Sol. "Gen Allison B. Hum Humphries
phries Humphries said that as legal advisor
to the state boad, he knew of
"no further resolution to preclude
Negroes from Memphis State in
the absence of evidence of further
WASHINGTON' (Utl) -, Aditf.
Arthur W. Radford testified yester yesterday
day yesterday the actual influence of, retired
.TnVin De Noia. Cullural,' Atrlr. awar i f've.rv smalL but
taahe of the Embassy1 of the j -wouldn't say it doesn't "exist."
United' States of America, was Radford, former chairman of the
euest (speaker at inc reguid chiefs of staff, appeared be-
mpnt.inor nf the Pi'ent.t ASSOCia-1 nvina Armoil Soroicet Kiih-
tion of the La Salle College held comrhittee investigating possible
at that school Thursday eve- infiuence peddling by sime of the
rung. -July 9. 769 former highanking military
At tne conclusion ui mt men now working for. deiense coa
ness tession during which RJau- trartors. .'
ro Pardo. was elected treasurer ThB -otirel admiral belittled the
of- the association, ue woia ide these officers have any
jmroaucec oy pi cou. w great say in ootainme (lejejnse. cou-
. In his talk, the sublfect of "Influence as .influence is very
;,V:J ",,70 V 1i.Hft!,..rsKi n f or ua- small but I wouldn't- say tt doesn't
aemraduaies in the United exist," he said, retired-officer
States,- be Noia pointed Out has much Jessnfluence than ym
that there were during the past might think. When Jhey re retired,
ooQrv,io ar S7.S74 foreign thev're reallv out of the picture."
visitors attending msw-uuuns vi in ms iw jk "C1,IT" w,
higher learning in the United armed services; he said,- I can t
States, 12,111 of which Were recall a single instance where any any-from
from any-from Latin America. Of this lat- body came in and tried to in inter
ter inter oinn,ir,t: were from, Pan- fluence me."
nf whinh "in were eirls. .. 1 In contrast. Vice Adm. Hyman
This round ligure oi auuuoiu- mcnuver, uie uaunHii-ucij'iiig
000 students he saw pvf "rawer oc ine vj.wwear ouu-
Panama fifth .among-, ww" jnaraie promise inursaay u
Ameripan pountries. Demg sut-ieiVA tne suncommiuee pnvaieiy a
r-0cc0 rinniv bv Guba, Mexico.1iist of retired ifficers who, he
Venezuela ana eiaiew. xH ciaimeu, u reu uu nmciiue iuui uu.
should be noted that the per government ibusiness.-,
centaee of Panamanian ,gin Radford suggested that retired
studying in the United stages I military officers employed by ae
He explained ."that uch' law!
woli eliminate any possible in
fluence based on personal, friend'
ships -or acquaintances because
considerable turnover in Pentagon
personnel takes place within a tw;
year span., v-
Radlord.. who-- currenuy t
sewing as an unpaid 'consultant'
to JDefense Secretary Neil H. Mon
Elroy, receives 412,000-a-year r!
tirement pay.. He, told the subcom.
mittee he also gets another 112,000'
for serving on the boardof the
Philco Corp.;on the 100 top
is the highest in cumi"i tense -coniracwrs oe oaueu ny
with the number of girl 6tu-haw fr0m any "direct selling" to
nther counwies ithe armed services tor a uenoa
It was brought out ta "1C of i?vo years, aner tney leave ac-
demand for schoiarsmps is iut-n tive duty.
greater than the numoer
must have a high acaaemic iirAr VAVAC I HA
standing, a pleasing personally, viiivvi i w bnw
MtV. rsss ai iosi ui m$ uwn
enowledge of English, if he f .n j-..u
hopes to denve e s IHir Rfl lPn KdID
benefits from studying in the
BIENHOA, Vietnanv (UPI)
The scholarships offered by guvivors of the Commumst raid
the' government of the ynjt- on an American Army Billet here
universities- and adminisiere tlieij. fellow officers saved their
by the; United States BiWir &t the cost ot his own.
mation Service (UMS): are fl aS Mai Daje
part of the Educational .xt fiuis of lmperlal Beach) Calif.,
change Program, aimed at 0Jie of tw0 Ame,ricans killed in the
brineinz about a better under- attaek.
standing between the united Th storv tne terror-filled
states anfl Panama. Appiica-
mrttviiinto whan Communist raiders
tions for these scholarships ipened firfe dH aild bombed their
are distributed by the Cultural fiillet ia tnis city near sajgon was
Affairs omcer uuruiu,
month of September each
AEC Plans Blasts
WASHINGTOH (Xj?IJ Th
Atomic. Energy, Commission an-;
nounced plans today u sett oil
conventional explosions in a Louis'
lana salt mine to test wnetnep
Russia eould muffle underground
atomic shots' and thereby cheat
on a nuclear test' ban. '.
The AEC experiment could hav
an important bearing' on the Ge Geneva
neva Geneva Big Three negotiations for a
halt to nuclear tests.
A U. S. scientific study warned;;
last month that Russia might muf-
fie the tell-tale seismic waves set,
off by underground: nuclear shots
to cheat on any teste ban agree-.
; Secretary of ptate Christian A.
Herter.said Thursday he shared;
this fear But f be vindicated ths ;
United States still is willing to
take the chance if a reliable in in-spection
spection in-spection and control agreement
can be worked out for tests wit,
in and above-the. atmosphere, i
1 The -AEG-said it is negotiating;
ith the Carey Salt Co. for us
of' its mine near Winnfield, La.
for the experiments, to be con
ducted late this summer, it saia
planned to. set off about 10 deto detonations
nations detonations ranging up to five tons of
j.iie purpose, ii. aiu, im ro icse
the theory outlined in a U. 8
scientific report on June iz mat
"seismic decoupling," or muffling-
j.. .i : ..u ...I. tu. ti.-T""
"The number of scholarships
varies, but it is certain- that
they "are few," "continued De
Noia.' "The quota for Panama
is four or live. neveruie:a,
during- the past two years, due
to the exceptionally high cali caliber
ber caliber of students in Panama we
k wn siieressful in placing
twice the number allocated to
it was nntritert out, however.
tv.t cr-hniarshibs for under-
graduates were primarily to to-Lv,X0rt
Lv,X0rt to-Lv,X0rt fnr nersons Who have
never.'heen in the United Stages,
.and that the applications ot
students attending spoofs in
the United States are not ar
CeDee'bNoia terminated with the
haDBV note that although the
acffirshV oii through his
ofiice were only for one year, a
SU" who .maintaiaa a high
academic siauumu "H(
wavei of an underground AucW)
blast to one-tenth their proV
IT HAPPENED AT GUNPOINT
DALLAS. Tex. (UPI) A double double-feature
feature double-feature billed on the marouee of
a local movie house reads: "It
Happened to Jane. At -Gunpoint."
100, 2;45, 4:40, 6:50, 9:05 p.m.
"'" ffci. 11. '"".u""
unnunrn iivi iwuu u mxtm ri WW NDiU IHIisnwiiK: Wuhd
DNEY"BOEHIv1 Dected by Henry Hathaway
Play Behind Spray
Trucks Is Dangerous
Keep children away from
This warnin has been issued by
(hp ranal Zone Health Bureau
fniinwine rerjorts that a large
number of children nave Deen
playing in the wake of the fogging
machines which pass through Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone communities each night
in an effort to combat mosquitoes
and other insects.
The fogging machines are sent
out to kil insects not to provide
a playground for children, the
Children who play in the fog
issued by the machines are being
exposed 'to a strong insecticide,
an excessive amount of which can
have a toxic effect, health autho authorities
rities authorities ttflV.
Bv playing at the rear of the
spray trucks, children are also
exposing themselves to traffic haz
ards, it was pointed out.
rwrainri of motor vehicles,
which lire obscured by the dense
fog. are unable to see, and those
hiMrpn who mav be playing In
the street my be hit by moving
Herentlv the Health Bureau an
nounced that the number of trips
hoine made bv the fogging ma
chines had been stepped up in
nrHer to romhat the invasion "f
salt marsh mosquitoes. The an
nounrement added that lh ma
chines were using one of the
newer oreano onosonorous in
sertirides railed Malathiorf In
dosage is heavy as safety Would
the i y . w
is often extended. He
itself, and not from hW of nee.
Air Crash Deaths
One In 200 Million
CHICAGO (UPI)-The Nftionf.1
Safety Council saia vuu,
air crashes in w uauo,
than om. death per 200 million
passenger miles i
'Ihe stawsuts wci w
the council S?
to 26 U.S. ainuics (
ords that incraaea no i.o
dents during. 1958.
The council saw me xoo
ennwer death rate was-.43 fatali
ties per 100 million passenger
miles for domestic opei"o.
This was the seventh consecutive
year the rate was below the 1.0
mark, me lowest ra-ie
was .09 m 1954.
The council said four domestic
airlines fatal accidents during the
year cost 134 lives, including 114
passengers, 15 crew members and
5 persons not in aircraiu
The top award of honor,, for
75,000 aircraft hours; went to Al Al-leghenv,
leghenv, Al-leghenv, American, Bonanza, Con Continental,
tinental, Continental, Delta, Eastern,
Hawaiian, Lake Central, Mohawk,
Pacific Northern, Pan American American-Grace,
Grace, American-Grace, Trans Worlds sfnd Trans Trans-Texas
Texas Trans-Texas Airlines.
told Friday bv Capt. Edward Tur
ner of Columbia, S. C, and Capt.
Victor Gorlinsky of Red Bank,
The surprise raid came while six
U. S. Army men were at a show showing
ing showing in the Billet living" room Of
a movie called "The Tattered
Dress." Gorlinsky said he turned
on the light to change reels and
"then the commotion started." i
"First there was gunfire. Then
a few seconds later the blast of
a bomb. They 'We're, realjy shoot shooting."
ing." shooting." The Americans hit the floor.
caught in a crossfire directed
through three windows. M. Sgt.
Chester Oynand,of Copperas Cove.
Tex., Lay mortally wounded, and
Capt, Howard Boston of Web Webster
ster Webster City, Iowa, was seriously
As soon as he hit the deck Buis
crawled across the room and
forced open the door, his fellow
officers said.. This startled one
of the terrorists, who was getting
ready to throw a bomb into the
The bomb went off in the door doorway,
way, doorway, killing both Buis and the
"It cost Buis his life but it
saved the others," Gorlinsky said
Beside the two Americans wno
lost their lives and a third who
was injured, two Vietnamese were
killed ,and an eight-year-old
native boyvas seriously injured
Shows: 12:50, 3:48;
4:38, 6:49, ft p.m.;
CANAL EXPLORERS Disembarking from the MSTS transport
Henry Glbbins, two American explorer Scouts walk down the
gangway at Cristobal to begin a three-day visit to Panama and
the Canal Zone, The youths were among 77 scouts and scout
leaders from the greater metropolitan Neir York area who
toured Oatun and Mlraf lores Locks, visited Camp Chagres
and went sightseeing In Panama City before leaving Sunday
Time mov be o arebftiealer, but
. Wt a mdNH poor bexwlfcun. j,
Russia Claims Two
For Bombing Planes
NEW YORK fUPD Russia has
claimed two new world records
for non-stop flight of bombing air aircraft,
craft, aircraft, Maj. Alexander P. De Se Se-versky,
versky, Se-versky, American airplane design designer
er designer and author, said today.
A Moscow broadcast intercepted
and recorded by the major said:
"Two Soviet military planes of
mass production have completed
long distance non stop (flights)
wit rout refueling in record time.
"The first b'1 a n e flew 10,600
miles in 21 hours, 2 minutes, and
had enough fuel for another hour
the second plane fl ew 125 miles
more in 21 hours, 15 minutes.
"After the trip the planes suu
nA v a. ...... i ... ,,.'. i: i ..
1H M1UI.C, p. ., ii x ;. :
The Soviet 6lhm Of 10,725 mues
compares with the previous world
record hold by Brig. Gen. Wil William
liam William tfnhniikl rtJSi Air Force, for
a .flight non-stop from' lonyo ro
Washington of 6.800 miles, in
KC 135 strata-tanker.
The claimed Russian recora lor
the 10,600 mile flight .was at 505
miles per hour;
"ThA rtart that Interests me par
tieularlv In the broadcast. I inter
cepted ) the phrase "mass re reduction'
duction' reduction' -De Seversky said ''Th s
is contrary to feeling m tnis
country that the Russians'-have
abandoned airplanes for missiles.
"Tt would seem from-thls claim,
if it In to hp believed, that the
Soviets are striving for dual capa capability
bility capability in strategic bombing and
1 missile production."
Shows: 1:27, 3:14,
3:01, 6:48, 8:47 pm
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