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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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CANADIAN WHISKY
AN INDEPENDENT
DAILY NEWSPAPER
Let the people knote the truth and the country i$ safe' Abraham Lincoln
J4th YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1959
FIVI CINTS

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Quarry Heights Wont Give
Number Of CI 'Dog-Robbers

At th US Congres focused attention today on com.
plaints that officers are turning Gl's into "dog-robbers,"
Quary Heights officially refused to reveal how many Gl's
on the Isthmus are defending democracy via duty as of
ficers' personal or household servants. ;
Several Isthmian observers claim Knowledge of GIs
whose battle station appears to be back of the wheel of a
staff car outside the commissary.
Other observers claim to have been served drinks in
top officers' quarters by servicemen whose BAR efficiency
appeared to be linked only loosely with the Browning
automatic rifle.
In military slang, a "dog.robber" is an officer's, ser.
vant. The term originates from the soldier's feeling that
the assignment may carry a social status one rung" lower
than the officer's dog.

In Washington a House armed
services subcommittee which has
been exploring the use of military
manpower called on Asst. Defense
Secretary Charles C: Finucane to
testify today on the assignment of
enlisted men as servants.
Finucane was certain to face
thorough questioning from Rep.
Frank Kowalski (D-Conn.), a re retired
tired retired Army colonel who is Con Congress'
gress' Congress' most severe critic of the
alleged waste of manpower by the
armed forces.
Kowalski predicted in advance
of Finucane's testimony that the
Defense Department would take,
the lirte that the number of en enlisted
listed enlisted men assigned to servants'
chores has been exaggerated.
The congressman said anyPn
tagon statistics probably would
bt "liva an Iceberg," and would
fall to alva tho truo picture.
"I'm sure any figures we get
PC Awards
For Service
Due 6361
Gov. W. E. Potter will present
10-year length-of -service awards
to three officials of the Canal
organization Monday morning
In a ceremony to be held in
his office, opening a two weeks'
program during which a total
of 6361 employes will receive
similar awards and certificates.
This is the largest number, to
date, to participate In this rec recognition
ognition recognition of service program.
The three officials who are
to receive their 10-year serv service
ice service awards are P. M. Run Run-nestrand,
nestrand, Run-nestrand, executive secretary;
Edward A. Doolan, director of
the Personnel Bureau: and
Harold I. perantie, phief, Ad Administrative
ministrative Administrative Braneh.
The Supply and Community
Service Bureau leads all others,
with 1636 employes to receive
the 10-year awards. A number
of presentation ceremonies are
being planned, due to the un unusually
usually unusually large number of par participants.
ticipants. participants. The Marine Bureau, coming
a close second, also is planning
a series of presentation cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies for Its 1601 employes
scheduled to receive these a a-wards.
wards. a-wards.
Ten-year service awards will
be presented to 996 employes
of the Engineering and Con Construction
struction Construction Bureau; to 802 of
the Transportation and Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Bureau to 594 of the
Health Bureau; to 428 of the
Civil Affairs Bureau, and to
114 of the Office of the
Comptroller.
Ther ar 63 emoloves in the
Adminlsttative Branch who will
receive the 10-year awards; 61
in the New York office; 63 in
the Administrative Branch; 27
in the Personnel Bureau; 11 in
the Canal Zone Central Em-
ninvmpnt. ftffiee: 8 of the Exe
cutive Planning Staff; 5 of the
Ttmiii fiflr.uritv Office: 4 in
the Magistrate courts: 3, Safe
ty Branch; 3, office of the Gen General
eral General Counsel;- 3, office of the
' nnvpmnr-Presldent: and one
iw.h in the Washington office
and vths Canal Zone Civilian
personnel Policy .Coordinating
Board. : ''j, "' ;
Army Announces
Hunting Bans
For Two Areas
Because of training require
ments, hunting bans will be in
effect in two areas this month,
according to, Headquarters, U3AR
CARIB. v
The Jungle Warfare Training
Center area will be closed to hunt hunt-en
en hunt-en from July 21 through July 31,
while in the Rio Hato area there
will be no hunting during the pe period
riod period July 20-31.

you can multiply by two or three,
he told a reporter.

Kowalski, a West Pointer" "Who
spent 33 years in uniform told
the subcommittee when it launch launched
ed launched its study May 12 that it Wright
be possible to save as much, as
250 million dollars a year u man manpower
power manpower weren't squandered on task
such as walking dogs and baby babysitting
sitting babysitting for generals.
Kowalski at that time citad a
Dafansa Department report his
spring which showed that at least
20,000 enlisted men are assigned
as stewards, orderlies, mess mess-boys,
boys, mess-boys, chauffeurs nd the like.
He argued that young men
shouldn't be drafted into uniform
for that kind of work.

Canal Co. Asks Contract Bids For Big Project
To Construct ?3 New Schools, J5 Housing Units
Bids on the construction f three new schools Jn Diablo- and Los Rlos and 45 replacement
housing unite in the new La Boca townsiter, are now being solicited by the Panama Canal Com Company.
pany. Company. The bids are scheduled to be opened at Balboa Heights August 81.
This will be tire largest building program offered for contract by the Canal in several years.
Contractors will have the option of entering offers on all work under one lump sum or on four
different items covering the three schools and the quarters in La Boca.
According to the specifications, the work for the school plants will consist essehtailly of
constructing a one-story elementary school in Los Rios; a one-story elementary school in Diablo
Heights; and a two-story junior high, school. The junior high school specifications include con construction
struction construction of a two-story shop and musk buildings and remodeling the ground floor of the exist existing
ing existing gymnasium building in Diablo Heigf'is.

. All of the new school buildings
will be of masonry construction.
The two elementary schools will
be similar in general appearance
to the Paraiso elementary school
where the "fir.ger-type" plan of
single classroom depth mas first
used in the Cana) Zone.
The Lot Rios school will be
located In the playground area
nea Anton Street and will have
12 classrooms, a kindergarten,
an air-conditioned music room,
school clinic, and rooms for
teachers and administration per personnel.
sonnel. personnel. The Diablo elementary school
to be located on the site of
Special Engineering Division build buildings
ings buildings now being demolished, will
have the same genera design.
It will have eight classrooms.
The new lunior high school
buildings at Diablo will be two
two-story masonry structures lo located
cated located adjacent to the Existing e'
ementary school. The present
frame building will be extensive extensively
ly extensively remodeled for classroom work.
The larger of the two new build
ings will contain a library, study
halL, three laboratories, a home
economics room two classrooms,
two faculty rooms and a reme remedial
dial remedial reading room. The smaller
building will have music rooms
and junior high school shops. The
Diablo gymnasium also is to be
remodeled.
Sc-Wost f the 2? houses, con containing
taining containing 45 apartments to be
bunt at La Boca will be of ma masonry
sonry masonry construction. Seven will
pw m nw Wl iwv- in J,
two-bedroom masonry buildings
with two stories. Each of the
new quarters will have a patio
area connected to the living
room-dlnlng room section of the
house by sliding glass doors.
In addition to the seven new new-type
type new-type houses, the new quarters
buildings will include five single-

Head For Capitol Hill,

By FRANK ELKAZER I buckled on my fountain pen
;and galloped through the Capitol
WASHINGTON UPI)( Wild canyona to the office of Rep. Wall
Horse' Annie was here at last, andter Baring (D-Nev.) where Annie
word 'spread across the Capitol had agreed to have a few worda

range like winownippea nre
through sagebrush.
Was this the Wild Horse Annie
who- singlehandedly cowed the
cowhands, outdrew the gunsling gunsling-ers.
ers. gunsling-ers. and hoetied the Nevada Leg
islature in the interest of saving.

the vanishing. cayuse from the 1 thought for a minute I had
can? .fallen into the wrong company
It was "indeed.. It was Wild'Here was a slim little lady in

Horsa-iftnnie, the nemesis ot tne
dog food and glue factory moguls,
the terror of the burro bootlegger,
the heroine of the mustang's last
stand.

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training course for non-US. citizen employes of the Panama Canal Company .are shown .durms a class at the Training Center
in Balboa while eneaeed In drilling in the method for teaching a cashier howtO conclude a sale and make change. In the back back-wound
wound back-wound 1 are other members of toe class, all of them section hea da or supervisors of the Retail Stores Branch of the Supply and

I Community services Division,
family two-bedroom houses; five
single-family, three-bedroom nous-1
es; four three bedroom duplex ;
bjildings; three one-family three three-bedroom
bedroom three-bedroom struc;ures; and five
two-family houses with four bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. The apartments are the sec second
ond second group", of the 93 new U.S.
family apartments to be built in
the new La Boca townsite. The
five houses, containing seven a a-partments,
partments, a-partments, are now nearing com completion.
pletion. completion. They are being construct constructed
ed constructed by the Panama contracting
firm of Corporation de Ingenie Ingenie-ria,
ria, Ingenie-ria, S. A., which was awarded
the contract in January of this
year. These will replace those u u-nits
nits u-nits located in Balboa which
were removed to make way for
the east approach of the high-lev
el nridge across the Canal.
Although all of the quarters
now being built or concluded in
the current specifications for
quarters at La Boca are ma masonry
sonry masonry on-the-ground construc
Tickets Still
Available For
Guild's 'Ondine'
Last minute reservations for
the current Theater Guild pro
duction of Jean Giraudoux'?. ro
mantle fantasy "Ondine" may1
Km I 1 ... 7
uc mauc oy pnuuing Mary am am-lan
lan am-lan at Balboa 4205, between 10
am and 7 pm.
The play is being presented
at the Ancon Playhouse and
will close tomorrow nigrht.
Tickets are still available for
tonight and tomorrow night's
performances.
wim a posse of press men.
I wag feeling uneasv ahmit mv
citified suit and bow tie, and the
fact I wasn't packing a gun. But
Annie, it developed, wasn't hol-
sierea up tor tne rendeivous eith-
er.
(crisp linen sheath, kind f a blue-
green, l would say. She wore white
pumps with stiletto heels, and Iain
aside white gloves and white bag
to shake hands.

comorj n Woortiev in fntr
tion, consideration will be giv given
en given to the construction of a
number of off-the-ground type
houses, it was announced at
Balboa Heights.
These will be included in the
plans for the remaining 41 apart apartments
ments apartments still scheduled for con construction
struction construction in fiscal year 1961 in
the La Boca townsite.

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CHOSEN because they arc good drivers, a srrouo of 25 non-US citizen chauffeiirs are meeting at the Training Center, Balboa,
twice a week for a newly Inaugurated driver refresher training course. Part of the group taking this course are shown above dur during
ing during a lecture by George Case (standing), driver training instructor in the Canal Zone schools.

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Podner, Wild
My "hiya, pardner," died in my
throat. "How do you do, ma'am?"
I managed instead.
Rep. Baris introduced her as
Mrs. Velma B. Johnston, a secre secretary
tary secretary from Reno, Nev.
She admitted right away that
this was only htr real name. Wild
Horse Annie is how she is known
amongst me Daa men out in tne,
- il. 1 .
West.
And all those stories are true,
she conceded. She started riding
herd en the mustang muscle men
10 years ago, when they first took
to the air to run ragged the herds
of wild horses that once roamed
western ranges 2 million stfbncf.,
Tne cayuses were chased by
planes to exhaustion, (hen pursued

foreeround above, members of

Non-Citizen Supervisors, Drivers
Attend New PC-Sponsored Programs

of tf'temil (StXifei ui
Sumrtv Division selected
they know their jods, ana a group
of chauffeurs chosen because they
are good drivers, are attending
two new courses for non-U. S ci citizen
tizen citizen employes of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co. now underway at the train training
ing training center in Balboa.
Enrolled in the first formal job
instructor training course to be
taught here are 14 non-U. S. ci-
Citizen employes of the retail
stores branch, two of them wo women.
men. women. They were selected for the
course because (1) they knnw
their jobs; (2) the- pro
as official or unofficial leaders by
the people who work n-.r
1 id (31 hrv are future inslnic
tors of their fellow workers in
meir separate units.

7
Horse Annie's Chompin' At law Bit

in trucks until lassond. TVi- ":"!it's a foolhardy cowboy who goes

insisting on freedom .were se. to
dragging om truck ures, um, .o
finally collapsed or gave up the
ght. t
Velma and her husband Charles
who run a small ranch 26 miles
outside of Reno, reacted at once
ibr forswearing dog food made out
Mil mi t ?
or norses. men veima went into
action to save the dwindling hetds
of mustangs.
They've shrunk now, she said,
to 20,000 in all the range .slates
of the West. And they're still
being run down and hauled away
-'to th eslaughter house just suffi
ciently alive to save cooling cot
: Around Reno, Nev., however,

Want

the first formal job instructor

HfcfH4v rrivy-ffewi tmi?);
a.4&W.jri,
cted because ing for non-U.STcilizen chauffeurs

in the company government ser service,
vice, service, and 25 top-notch drivers
meet on Mondays and Thursdays
in the first group to participate
in this program. The program is
coordinated by Lloyd Murphy, as assistant
sistant assistant training officer. Classes ste
conducted by George Case, teach teacher
er teacher in the Canal Zone schools, who
is noted for his driver training
instruction there.
The driver training course,
which will last for six sessions,
had its inception about three
months ago following a fairly
serious accidents; The course
content is built around six films,
"The Defensive Driving" series
which is produced through the
I Motor Transportation Division of
the National Safety Council.
after the few thousand mustangs
that remain.
"I've cot 8 or 10 bia euvs I
call on when I need 'em," Velmt
said, smiling sweetly, by way of
explaining her persuasive powers.
There was the time not long ago
when a sheep rancher annnoun
ed he was moving his flock. To
round up strays, he said, he was
sending along an airplane. But Vel Velma
ma Velma heard he instructed the pilot,
"while you're at it, round up ev every
ery every damn horse in those hills."
Velma just passed the word. She
said it was relayed; with amend amendments,
ments, amendments, to the rancher as follows:
"It will be all your lives are

nidiiists

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Coco Solito Job
Wages Defended
By RP Contractor

Canal Zone police said today seven Col6n labor
unionists, are wanted for questioning in connection with
the alleged roughing up of a worker in Crisfobal yester yesterday.
day. yesterday.
The seven, involved in the Current labor has si e over

wages on a 98-building Coco Solito demolition job, were
provisionally released from Colon jail today on the orders
of Colon Mayor Jose M. Vives. It is understood they are 1
still liable to face charges in Colon.
No further labor violence was reported today.
Meanwhile a spokesman for the contracting firm the
unionists are battling defended the company's wage poli-

tics. ccoraing ro rne unionists, these involve payment of
less than $2.50 per day to laborers on the Coco Solito job.
The unionists contend the reason several workers
from unemployment-ridden Colon were not rehired was
because they held out for the $l-an-hour Federal minimum
wage 6n the job. Unionists claim another contractor on
the Coco Solito demolition project is already paying ths

f t'un-nuur, 1
The contractor's sookesman said rorlnv fk. rntn

the Colon men we.nnt j-skiraJI m .... ..Li.

JtytigMn Jnjobhad Jjeen
ther. Under ficL Navy
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coverable articles and equipment belong to the contract

or,
The seven men the Canal Zone
wants to questions regarding an
outbreak of violence which re re-porledly
porledly re-porledly straddled the Canal
Zone-Panama frontier at Colon's
12st. 12th. Street yesterday are
accused by Ricardo (Bocas) Han Han-sell
sell Han-sell of beating him with sticks,
stones and fists, tying him hand
and foot and around the waist,
and dragging him from the bus
stop on the Cristobal side of 12th
Street over to the Colon side of
the border, up to 13th Street and
Bolivar Avenue.
Hansell said the men stopped
beating him when detective Al Alberto
berto Alberto Santander came upon the
worth to try it." He didn't try it,
she said.
Despite her successes locally-
including passage of a Nevada
Uaw barring airborne pursuit of
the ponies on state-owned lands
Velma now has decided she's got
to have help, plenty of it and fast,
if the last few mustangs are to
live.
That's why she came to the ci city.
ty. city. A House judiciary subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee today was hearing her nlea
for a law to ban chasing mustangs
on federal lands from airp'anes,
trucks or cars. Even though she
left her gun back at the ranch,
I wouldn't be surprised if her
message got through,

stolen -hile hey"wert
demolition eonroef
muii tonirucr,

air re
scene and pulled his revolver,
causing the men to disperse. -The
seven unionists, en the
toner hand, charged Hansell
with hitting Anselmo Cordoba
on the head with a hammer
when they were tryting to per per-suade
suade per-suade him and other workers
not to show up for work on the
demolition of a number of Co Coco
co Coco Solito houses.
A spokesman for Matenales
Panamericanos, S.A., (Mapasa)
which has a contract with the TJ.
S. Navy for the Coco Solito demo demo-lition
lition demo-lition job, described yesterday's
violence in Colon as the work of
"professional agitators."
Ricardo Gaitan, the partner
of Francisco Achurra who la
in charge of the demolition job
for Mapasa, said there is 'ab 'absolutely
solutely 'absolutely no justification" for the
attitude of Colon labor unions
against Achurra.
He explained that Achurra con
tracts groups of 10 men or so to
demolish one of the buildings for
tne sum of S400, which is paid as
soon as each building is demo demolished.
lished. demolished. The same group is then rehir rehired,
ed, rehired, or another group hired, for
the next building.
Gaitan admitted that some Co
lon workers who had been work working
ing working on the demolition job had not
been rehired, when It was discov
ered that a number of thincs had!
been stolen, including a length
of cable worth some $2000.
Gaitan said he did net feel
that the matter involved any
question of the $l-an-hour Fed-
oral minimum wage, since the
demolition jobs were given to
sub-contractors for $400.
Colon labor unions which are
pressing the fight against Achu Achu-rra
rra Achu-rra said he has trucked in work workers
ers workers from Panama City and Arrai Arrai-jan
jan Arrai-jan to work for 35 cents an hour
and that the $l-an-hour minimum
should apply.
Gaitan admitted that seme
15 of a group of 45 workers en- :
gaged in the demolition protect
are from Panama City and A A-rraijan,
rraijan, A-rraijan, but he said they are.
not working for Mapasa bur
for the sub contractors to
whom the demolition contracts
are qranted.
Yesterday's arrests of union
members were the first .to bo
made since violence erupted t e
ver the demolition job last Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. :' ft r, i
In addition to the attack on
Hansell, the disgruntled workerg
are said to have attacked fore.
man working on the Coco Solit
iob and to have pulled out the
distributor wires on this truck.
The show windows of a furnl furnl-ture
ture furnl-ture store owned by relative
of Achurra were broken Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night during a demonstra.
tion outside the Colon City Halt.
The unions have denied any par participation
ticipation participation in these incidents.
The union members ware re
leased today include Gavino Zo
rilla, Juan Luian Blanco, Ansel,
mo Cordoba, Silvestrea Harding,
Hermogenes A. Vega, Jose Cielo
and Andres Galvan. president cat
Mixed Union of Colon. ,

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI PEADERS OWN COLUMN
? Th MsH Bo ii an open rerun tor raadars of Tha Panama Amarican
tartars ara rtceivtd gratefully and ara handled in a wholly confidential
aaaanat.
5 If rou conHbuta a letter don't be. impatient if K doesn't appear the
Itcit nay. Letters are published in the order received.
Pleas try to keep tn letter limited to one cage length.
. Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
$ This newspaper assumes rio responsibility for statements or opinions
fcapretsed in letters from rdrs.
1 THE MAIL BOX

UNEASY

Sir:
, rt'e, fortunate ones, are about to sae the fall of a dynasty which
has uoiaina.tG tne canal Zone and Panama scene for many moons.
3?he dynasty uf Ming and empires of Maximilian, Caesar, napoleon,
fiiUer and even Al capons, ail had their rise, heyday and fall. And
now the Empire of Potter and his predecessors is about to crumble.
The US employes of the Canal Zone are starting to wake up and
Question the existing economy under the present administration
whereby they pay nigh US taxes without any representation whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever and without any voice in Canal Zone administration and still
they must bear further burdens through high Commissary prices to
Stupport the overstaffed Administration Building and to subsidize Pa Pa-Jaiso
Jaiso Pa-Jaiso and Rainbow City communities, a steamship line and railroad,
i Various Canal Zone unions are pressing fqr a fair wage scale.
The host important employes of the Canal Zone, the pilots, are fed
UP with long overtime hours and less pay than their US counterparts.
Panamanians are fed up with Canal Zone competition and dis discriminations
criminations discriminations against their citizens.
c The Panama Government is fed up with false promises and
treaties which are not fully observed and are demanding action.
. j The primary purpose of the Canal Zone is to put ships through
fee Canal. This is the basic and should be the only job of the Panama
Canal Company. From recent news and observations, the Adminis Administration
tration Administration has evidently forgotten about their main job, and as a result
Canal traffic has been a mess. Big shipping companies are hollering
for scalps
; ( Even though the Administration Building is bulging at the seams
$dth planners and efficiency experts, and Governor Potter has a first
(Slass battery of public relations and press personnel, combined they
Ml Tiot bs able to ward off the mass assault on the Hill by Panama
and Canal Zone people, Canal Zone unions, Washington House Com Committees
mittees Committees and private enterorise. Some of the vanquished will go into
ivtirement and others will be diverted from the road to Chief of En Engineers
gineers Engineers is Washington or the TVA authority.
i The Oracle.

SELECTED TO
few-
The flas-wavine has subsided,

liasts to Old Glory have drifted away. But there still remains a touch
of bitterness among American residents in Panama about the snooty
reception at the United States Embassy, supposedly celebrating the
indensndence of the U.S.
, f Tn past years, this reception has been a big, big deal, and prob prob-ibly
ibly prob-ibly the only day of the year when Americans gather because they
?re Americans to celebrate a holiday which is peculiarly theirs.
But who cdebrated at the embassy reception this year? Only the

select few, whoever they are. It

parhaps a mosquito, to hear the remarks buzz when the guest list is
Ipeing made up. How do they decide who comes and who doesn't?
AVhat kind of democracy do they use in selecting just the right kind
f Americans to celebrate the independence of the nation?
It makes the United States Embassy look pretty sick when you
xead in the paper day after day that every other embassy in Panama
is havins a reception for "the British colony" or "the French col

ony." When Uncle Sam's envoy
-American. I guess, are welcome.

. : "i If the US ambassador can't

US citizens living in Panama just this one day of thff year, he
Shouldn't have a party at all. Let him walk across the street to the
Zone and celebrate in Panama's "Little America."
Peeved American.

I960 ELECTION
Sir:
' j Despite the many mistakes made by President Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr. since he took office on 06t. 1, 1955, the National
Patriotic Coalition is going to make a desperate bid to stay in
power after the 1960 elections.
This is probably one of the main reasons why Dickie Arias
fas persuaded to throw his hat in the ring. I can't see the
isjdom of this move, since the voters are sure to associate Er Er-nestito's
nestito's Er-nestito's failures with Dickie. As everyone knows, Ernestito, who
had been fruitlessly seeking the presidency for some ten years
before he finally got It, was Dickie's choice and the fact that Er Er-neatito's
neatito's Er-neatito's administration has probably seen more violence than
any other in the history of the republic is sure to be blamed on
both of them.
, Another thing that will be remembered by the voters is the
fact that at least 50 percent of the population is convinced that
the, 1956 elections were rigged in Ernestito's favor.
i ; In spite of all this, however, the Coalition still stands a
good chance of remaining in power, if the opposition remains
divided. The only chance the opposition has is to launch a
single opposition candidate. II this is done, although the elec election
tion election machinery will be more or less in the hands of the Ooali Ooali-tlofa,
tlofa, Ooali-tlofa, the vote in favor of the opposition will be so overwhelming.,
that the Coalition won t be able to do what they did to Goytia,
the Liberal Party's candidate, in 1956.
. Tiburclo

DAILY MEDITATION

(Presented by th Department
f Christian Education of the
. Eplcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone.)
' ROCKS AND RIVERS
"And a man shall be at an
witling plat from th wind,
'nd a covert from th tem tempos!;
pos!; tempos!; at rivers of wtr In a
clry place, at th shadow of a
Qft rock in a wary land."
Yesterday we looked at the
character of God. Today we look
at ourselves. These figures
which the prophet uses describe
the character of every Christian,
too often Christianity is regard-
?d as something soft and dull.
h prophet's figures of the rock

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throws a shindig, only the best
afford to open the embassy doors to
and the river gi e us a different
idea.
He is describing lift in terms
of a. journey through the desert.
Storms come which would sweep
the traveller off his feet. Winds
of despair blow from every quar quarter.
ter. quarter. The Christian is a rock which
stands firm. The brassy sun may
beat down, but the Christian lite
casts a shadow which shelters
those exposed to the merciless
glare.
Lifp can be squeezed dry of
meaning. The lilt and the zest
can go out of it. Many are burnt
out by the pace of modern living.
But the Christian has laid hold cf
the life abundant. He has access
to streams of water to give re refreshment.
freshment. refreshment. He is the river of life
in a barren land.
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The Washington Merry

WASHINGTON- Trouble in the
Caribbean is reaching the belling
point. It's partly induced by the
fast togogganing economy of Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, partly by the increasing con concentration
centration concentration of Cuban refugees in
the Dominican Repiblic.
In Cuba, hundreds of tenant
farmers are looking around for
new jobs, as a result of agrarian
reform. Landlords who must re relinquish
linquish relinquish their land have given no notice
tice notice to tenants, many of whom
are converging on the cities.
Farm production has dropped a
food is by no means plentilul.
Fidel Castro, in order to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate that the masses are behind
him, is talking about a huge
march of sugar workers and other
farm hands, most of them Negroes,
on Havana. He wants to organize a
march of 400,000 machete w.ivers
on the Capital as a tribute to him.
,iThis sends shivers down the
backs oln grocembutcheriaiid
bakers in Havana, "ftey know that
such an army would have to be
fed. If it isn't fed, it will go on
the rampage.
EX-EDITOR PROBES
Congressman Eddie Hebert of
Louisiana, now probing the "un "untouchables,"
touchables," "untouchables," used to be the hard
hitting news editor of the New
Orleans States.
He was one of the editors who
worked with this column in expos
ing the scandals of the old Huey
Long gang, and shortly after his
paper refused to print the column
which sent Gov. Dick Leche to jail,
Hebert got out of the newspaper
business and ran for Coneress.
The big defense corporations and
the retired generals and admirals
Hebert is now investigating ars
called untouchables" because in
the past no one has dared probe
heir all-embracing influence on
Capitol Hill, in the Defense De
partment, or in the White Housa.
Some of the corporation execu
tives Hebert is now probing at attend
tend attend those White House stag din dinners
ners dinners whose guest lists are now
kep secret. Some are also old bud buddies
dies buddies of President Eisenhower when
he served in the Army.
Some of the defense corporations
also own TV and radio sta'ions.
such as Westinghouse and Gener.il
Kiectric They can influence pub public
lic public opinion as well as the economy.
If Congressman Hehrrt diss di'p
enough and he probablv wl-he
will uncover an amazing network
of big business, big brass, and big
political influence.
TELEPHONE MONOPOLY
Top untouchable in the USA to today
day today happens to be one of th na nation's
tion's nation's too dividend producer A A-merican
merican A-merican Telephone and Telegraph.
It is also one of the ton recipi recipients
ents recipients of defense contrar's and one
of the ton corporations which have
shunted their employes in and out
of eovernement jobs with the ra ra-nidity
nidity ra-nidity of shuttlecock.
One reason for American Tel and
Tel's untouchable position Is the
mvth thit it's a "natural" rronn rronn-oolv.
oolv. rronn-oolv. The myth has been built t
that the onlv wav vou can compete
vith the Bell Telenhone network
s bv putting another competing
clephon in your home, and that
!,'s a waste of lime and morv
'o have two trlenhnne instruments
operated by two different phone
"omoanies in your office or in
your home.
This propaganda has been so
skillfully disseminated that few
oeonle realize how easy it is to
make a hook-up with the telephone
eomnany from anyplace in the
vorld or any part of the nation
wi'hout using two instruments.
For instance, every minut? of
every hour of the day. Bell Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, wholly owned subsidiary of
American Tel and Tel, makes a
ronnection with the British govern government
ment government telephone system for trans trans-at'antic
at'antic trans-at'antic calls.
II does the same thing with calls
'o Mexico, Rio de Janeiro, Hava Hava-'a,
'a, Hava-'a, Pntis, Rome and scores of oth oth-"r
"r oth-"r cities
Even the Soviet telephone sys sys-em,
em, sys-em, run by a Communist govern

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ment, Is connected easily and ef efficiently
ficiently efficiently with the Bell Telephone
System in the USA.
However, here is where the mo monopoly
nopoly monopoly comes in. The telephone
company will pick up a British
phone call, or a Russian call, or
one from Spain or Israel, and
make a connection through to Cho Cho-cago
cago Cho-cago or any other American city.
But if any American communi communications
cations communications firm which operates ra radio
dio radio or telephone abroad, attemots
to deliver a call in the USA, Ball
Telephone will not make the hook hookup
up hookup to Chicago or elsewhere. Bell
will handle any call from a foreign
company, but not for an Ameri American
can American company.
And the Federal Communications
Commission operates to protect
this mnnnnnlv Tho vrr (
years headed by George McCon McCon-flflhglieft
flflhglieft McCon-flflhglieft onetimef attbrney-fol fell
Telephone of Ohio, has time aft
er time ruled against any compe competition
tition competition for Bell Telephone.
. This is only part of the amaz amazing,
ing, amazing, intriratp ivitom h,. ,.,h-.. .u.
uj WHICH IHB
telephone mnnnnnlv nni ,i
. wv viuy tun-
rols telephone communications of
rno ITCA K.,4 i
.v uui piaces it men in
key posts in the U.S. Government.
UNDER THE DOME
Wisconsin's hnsllino Cn t;ii
Proxmire, the needle in Senate
leaner Lyndon Johnson side, keeps
his little figure by doing 55 push pushups
ups pushups each morning. He also walks
two miles to and from the street streetcar
car streetcar he rides to work. .Two fresh freshmen
men freshmen Senators would win ariv po popularity
pularity popularity poll tak
employes. They are Gene McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy of Minnesota and Frank Moss
of Utah, both disarming Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. .Mrs. Snessnrrt Hnllani
silvery haired wife of the Sena Sena-tor
tor Sena-tor from Florida, is constantly es escorting
corting escorting constituents and foreign vi
sitors through the Capitol building
taking them to lunch and pointing
out the sights. .Another wife who
has suddenly started entertaining
guests on Capitol Hill js Massa
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"Jackie." She used to stay awny
from the Capitol. Now her husband
is a presidential candidate.
YOUNG TURKS
Speaker Sam Rayburn doesn't
know it, but liberal Democrats, in
the House have been quietly stag staging
ing staging "rump" caucuses to chart re rebellion
bellion rebellion against "Mr. Sam."
Sortie of those attending insist
that there is no "open revolt" a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Rayburn and House Major Majority
ity Majority leader John McCormack. Oth Others
ers Others make no pretenses that ihey
are irked at the Texas-Massachus-setss
do-nothing axis.
Leaders of the revolt are Chat
Holifield of California, Frank
Thompson of New Jersey, George
McGovern of South Dakota, Lee
Metcalf of Montana. Henrv. ReusV
of Wisconsin, and Stewart ijdall of
Arizona.
They are preparing to battle to
force action on aid to education,
a water pullution bill, anti-racketeering,
an overrider of the Pre President's
sident's President's housing veto, aid for de'
pressed areas, and other Iiocral
causes.
The "turks" claim a solid mem membership
bership membership of about 100 liberal De Democrats
mocrats Democrats and are well organized,
They have even appointed their
own secret "whips" who are
cnargerj with seeing to it that all
liberals are on the floor for im important
portant important votes.
Strategy sessions freouentlv in-
elude "briefings" hv euivst snealt
ers on issues before Congress.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt recent recently
ly recently spoke on foreign military and
economic aid to a breakfast group
of 26 House liberals, including her
son, Kep. James Roosevelt of Ca California.
lifornia. California. Two other sneakers at recent
"Turk" meetings were economist
Leon KevserlinB and Kennpth (JaJ-
braith, prominent Harvard econo economist
mist economist and author of the book "The
Affluent Society."
Candle Sticks,
Plate,
(Dishes

Walter Winchell

THE COCKTAIL HOUR
Between the dark and the day
light. When most of us feel pret
ty sour. Comes a lull for a lively
libation. That is known as The
Cocktail Hour... It is then that the
orange-tree blossoms and lemons
appear by the score. Tne meid-
aire'i merry with music-and crack cracker
er cracker crumbs cover the floor ... The
bacardi flows like Niagara the
gin bottle gurglies its tune. The
grenadine red as a rosebud
rare as a day in June. The ice has
now frosted the shaker. The glass glasses
es glasses go clinkety clink. And when
that first cocktail goes in you
you know that you've guzzled a
drink... A feeling of joy sneaks up upon
on upon you. Your black flag of trouble
is furled. ..In other words, Baby,
you're Cockeyed. And everything's
right with the world!
-Wallace Cox
Celebs About Town Hollywood's
Ann Miller, a pure portrait as she
leaves a cab in front of Sardi's
displaying her garter-line... Joan
Bennett strolline alone F.anl sith
Street. The best looking 49 year
old Granny in town.. .Charles Buy Buyer
er Buyer legging along Park Avenue at
3 a.m. The star's eetuo: Beret.
sweater, slax and spats ... Edna
Ferber, the novelist, and Samuel
Goldwyn of H'wood, embracing
57th and 5th. Robert Preston, lead leading
ing leading man of "The Music Man,"
whose new country estate in
Westchester cost him $100,000 .
Hope Hamnton. lonkinp n Nieht.
Owlegant in her jewels at the Rain Rain-tree.
tree. Rain-tree. ..Mamaret Truman (Mn riif.
ton Daniel) waiting' for his train
every sunaown at one Port Wash Washington
ington Washington CLI.l dennn IT. art ha Tfitt
talking pussycat-talk to the ocelot
in the window of the pet shop near
57th and 6th, i
Sallies In Out- Alley: Fabnn,
the Rot-and Rnll nvernicrhr toon.
ager's delight, was Topic A at the
umuy a A.nocKer-Tame. The young youngster
ster youngster has been the target for a d.ii d.ii-ly
ly d.ii-ly barrage of critical insults. "1
guess." said one of tho crrnnn "K
proves that one hit record can
maKe you a success". "No," edit edit-ed
ed edit-ed a critic, "nnlv a Ktr" rwar
Levant's indisposition forced him
on ms l v stanza in H wood. A wit
pal of his was asked: "How's Os Oscar
car Oscar feeling?"... "He's not sick e
nough yet," was the reply, "to re
sume nis snow.
Big Citv Vignette: Sons tar
Jaye P. Morgan got a ticket for
illegal parking. Instead of mailing
it in (with fine) she drove all the
way downtown to pay it in person.
She circled tfie courthouse five
times, but couldn't find a nark in o
space. So she double parked out-
siae tne courthouse and wisely left
a .note on one wmasbiekl explain explaining
ing explaining her predicament ... whm h
came out she found another ticket
pius a memo from a cop with one
of those sentayumas. It read: "So
long as you're in th neishw.
hood, dearie."
Memos of a Miriniehter- PpsH
Bailey is being sued for $100,r,00
Dy a L,as vegas night club porter
Alleging she flunff a silver H-iinr
at him injuring an orb. ..The Stu Studio
dio Studio Bar (57th and 7th) was the
scene where a leading jazz pianist
was floored bv a 6 ft 7 ehan ho
had just hired as a Bodyguard.
Quierdos...Mrs. Tony Randall, wife
of the talented player, is at Flow Flower
er Flower Hosp. Broken wing. Tt's Jaenio
Gleason seeks an organist and a
Doy and girl singer Don't contact
this office contact Glea Glea-sons's
sons's Glea-sons's . Producer's Niphtmjrp-
Liz Taylor refuses to remove her
weeding ring while making pictur
es.... ine bod sterlings (Anne Jef Jeffreys)
freys) Jeffreys) expect their third child in
Nov . '. Ted Mack's "Amateur
Hour" gets the Gong in the Fall.
Can't buck the flood of amateurs
on the other networks.
Behind-the-Scenes: GooHsnn nnH
Todman, TV producers, lost a do
cision in N.Y. Supreme Court.
They stage TV's "The Price Is
Right." Sid Stone won a judgment.
He said he submitted the ide.i
(and the title) to the producers in
1953. ..Ruth Mitchell is the "Gyp "Gypsy"
sy" "Gypsy" production stage mgr After
curtain time she takes her cues
from bank exec Daniel Hughes ...
Producer David Merrick, who has
more hits on Broadway than any anybody,
body, anybody, is feuding with time mag.
He stopped their premiere night
ducats. .20th Century-FFox put up
a large chunk of the coin for the
Brodway-bound play. "A Mighty
Man Is He." It will star Nancy
Kelly. ..The popular safety slogan,
"Every child is a stop sign," came
from Mitch Leigh's brain. He used
it in one of his jingles on the air
two years ago It's not the star
so much as it is The Storv, ap apparently.
parently. apparently. Audrey Hepburn in
"Non's Story" is a smash. Her
"Green Mansions" is drooping.
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Humphrey Jells.NAACP He's
Their Man For President

NEW 6eK- (UPI) i
Hubert H. Humphrey 01
Min
...-. v hf i thrown into

the Democratic presidential ring,
told the 50th anniversary conven convention
tion convention of the National Assn.. for the
.Advancement of Colored People he
ii their man. ; ,
: Humphrey' speech today pro promised
mised promised a trong fight for a civil
rights ,bUL. He said he is .willing
to see the Senate stay in session
m sk..:..Ma it t nAiarv to

break southern filibuster against
. fnll-nral civil ntfltt Dill.
full-scale cmi npuwi.
If that does not do 1 1. Humpnrej
political campaigns, everymhere.-
He conceded that there is a

civil rights split in the Democra- y,. ..
W.rA.Quote unquote
:L. ..! M trnnff till: f V

way wiui u w j
Humorrey said a split is "morel
honorable' than the Republican l
practice of having "the same
peonle on both sides' of the civil

rinxs ience. in a nioimii "iers gauierea uummc :

vio PriHpnt THrharl M. Nixon
he said "what has that summer
goldier of civil rights from Whit Whit-tier,
tier, Whit-tier, Calif., whose voice sounded
"for civil rights in July of 1957,
been doine oh the civil rights front
these past two yearse"
He praised the Sum-erne Court
for its decision' against gesrega gesrega-tion
tion gesrega-tion but said President, Kisen Kisen-hower
hower Kisen-hower "and Congress, too.' should
be instruments of national educa education."
tion." education." The delegates were urged Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to extend the integration front
to housing.' .
Dr. Robert C. Weaver, vice
chairman of the association, said
the NAACP cannot fight for rac racial
ial racial integration in public schools and
acouiesce in uegregSte.1 suburbs."
Off the convention floor, per personality
sonality personality flare-up involving Negro
Rep. Adam Clayton Powell ,(D ,(D-N.Y)
N.Y) ,(D-N.Y) was resolved when NAACP
Executive Secretary Roy; Wilkins
invited Powell to address the con con-vention's
vention's con-vention's concluding session Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Polo Grounds.
Pnmsll aarliai- hart turned,. Hnwn
an invitation ; to speakr today
because according to ,a i spokes spokesman
man spokesman he had not been asked un-,

Sen. McClellan Calls Hoffa
Fountainhead Of Corruption'

WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair Chairman
man Chairman John L. McClellan of the
Senate KacKeis commiuce iuuj.y
called Teamster President James
R. Hoffa a "fountain-head of. .
corruption who win ucvei treu
" the i'Arkansas ljDemocrat said
Congress and the courts will have
to tackle the job because "not "notwithstanding
withstanding "notwithstanding Mr. Hoffa's previous
promises and assurances. he
has failed and still refuses to re remove,
move, remove, .known criminals and dis disreputable
reputable disreputable characters."
The Senator levelled his blister blistering
ing blistering attack in a delayed action
statement summing up a heated
round of hearings into teamster
affairs. The climax came Tues Tues-,
, Tues-, day when Hoffa, trading the com committee
mittee committee insult for insult, made
clear he would take his own
good time about cleaning up the
Teamsters.
"The testimony is crystal
clear," McClellan said, "that in
his unrelenting drive for power,
Mr. Hoffa has repeatedly shunt shunted
ed shunted aside the interest and wel welfare
fare welfare of rank-and-file union mem members
bers members while making deals with
major employers in the trucking
industry."

More Cops Moved Into Harlem
To Lessen Peril Of Race Riot

NEW YORK (UPI) Additional
police were moved into Harlem
and three other heavily Negro
Districts yesterday to lessen the
anger of a race" tlot. Police
Commissioner Stephen P. Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy charged that th danger had
been increased by inflammatory
statements' by politicians.
"The people who are doing most
of the talking are interested m
the political situation,!' Kennedy
told a news conference. His ref reference
erence reference was to current primary
campaigns" for party district lead-
esbip'".'?'X:i ki
"If there were no tensions be before?
fore? before? they flow" have been certain certainly
ly certainly started: by inflammatory state statement
ment statement by: such people."
Kennedy warned that "a race
fiot would cause more destruction
f community relations than an
'atom bomb, and the lingering ef effects
fects effects of such a riot would he
worse for the community than the
fallout of. an A-bomb."
Kennedy named no politicians,
fcut be apparently made refer-
ero leaders who met at City Hall
f uesday- after i a i threatening
.crowd incident at a Harlem pre precinct
cinct precinct station: ';q Mm-'
Manhattan ; Borough 1 President
Jlulan E.' Jack; one of those lead leaders,
ers, leaders, said- tension was rising dan dangerously
gerously dangerously In the district, not b b-cause
cause b-cause of police action, but be-,
cause of' housing and economic
problems. A
Others charged that police nave
beeu using "extra muscle' In the
crowded Negro section. ,
ttrm j ; I.. .Ill ....
, iiie.ie,; impious ore uiiin
and the police Mrs made the
. a- . j. I
. scapegoats, jw t n n a y saia.
"These conditions happen In oth-
.... th. aU a. 4 V. a w
ici pans v&.m'v vii mm ttcii, iuc
fare not common to -Harlem
t Ht agreed with Jack that the

Seiufm last Friday.' and then ony as

an afterthought.". He accepieq m
Jn hU cull for action, on inie
grated housing, Weam
An ahnnt hnuxinff Will
-- in j.mrminin now real
(the) ichool integration decisions
of we, "supreme vuwt wm
our lifetime."
He said local housing commit
tees are operating "in a more
favorable cumaie man o
.before
But ne cnargeo inai
tin were
discnminai
.Sw
-s in ..ctions were
r -J whltea movin
high rents in city areas.
MORRISVILLE, Pa. United
steelworkers President David J.
McDonald, addressing Steelwork
Steel Dairiess tui "vy j
"Were absolutely miwuuwu
on this strike and by the eternal
j. .... ,m uHn .When the
final chip are down I will come
back to you wiui uie iincsi iu
agreement the union has ever
had." j
HAVANAi-Capt. Herman Marks
American ex -convict who has just
kaon oiven i new assienrhent m
the Cuban army, on his former
post as chief executioner ior ri
del Castro:
"it was nnt a rjteasant lob. but
lone that had to be done,"
PETROS, Tenn. Acting State
Corrections Commissioner A. W.
Patterson, addressing 95 prisoners
whose two-day rebellion collapsed
suddenly under threat of a star
vation siege:
VYou all reau?e you naven i
won. in the long run."
BOSTON ROUGE, La. Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana Secretary of State Wade 0.
Martin Jr., on Gov., Earl K .Long:
"Th thinldne oeoole of Louisi
ana" are very embarrassed 5 con concerning
cerning concerning Gov. "Earl K. Long' ac ac-tions."
tions." ac-tions." The blunt-spoken senator said
Hoffa deals with employers re
lute his claim to steadfastness
and unwavering devotion to the
best interest and .welfare of the
membership he serves.
:'.He and this sracketeer-iauC W
some instances zanester-associ
ates continue- to do business at
the same old stand," he assert
ed..'
.McClellan' statement came as
the U. S. Court of Appeals refusr
j i .i i ; -i j i
eu aeiay or reconsmtr- a aeui'
sion giving a go head for a
sweeping cleanup of the Team
sters by a court-appointed board
of monitors.
The union wanted the order
stayed until it could appeai to
the Supreme Court. That would
have meant a months-long dIay
since the high court Is in recess
until October.
Teamster attorneys said they
now would appeal to Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice Eart Warren to issue such a
stay. Warren has jurisdiction o o-ver
ver o-ver appeals in this area. The
monitor have proposed about a
dozen reforms whkh could lead
to ouster of some of Hoffa's close
associates.
basic causP is housing, schools
and economic conditions. But he
said the West 123rd Street pre precinct,
cinct, precinct, at which Monday night's in incident
cident incident occurred, has a much high higher
er higher rate of violent crimes than
most in the city.
- Tha Inrirtent InvnlvnH IK. imaf
of a 21-year-olc whit Puerto Ri-
can woman on charges of drunk drunkenness
enness drunkenness and disorderly conduct,
more than 500 persons she -had
been V'beaten. The woman denied
through her lawyer Wednesday
that she had been mistreated or
ever claimed to be.
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ThA current, nonorhm.ni- rt
the Army list names one USl
rmy uariDDean crncer select
ed for annoinfcment. in the ro
Ular Armv H U "!nt HarnlH
R. Chappeil, VB Army Technical
Services, Pacific, flight surgeon
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iKOVL (UPI) -Key -telephone
circuits linking the Korean cities
of Seoul, Osan and Pusao with
Japan ; were disrupted yesterday
because someone, stole 20
feet of cable in Seoul, U.S. mil military
itary military authorities said Wednesday.
Authorities said the section of
cable stolen carried SO U.S. tele tele-phone
phone tele-phone circuits. They said another
130 feet of cable were damaged
when the cut ends of the lint were
dropped into water. v. -,s
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Metal Pendant has teen award
ed to three master sergeants
who recently departed from US
Army Caribbean.. They are Wil William
liam William Q. Rohde, Victor S. Baugh
and Carlo BlasettLk ,!
Rohde, now i on 1 duty with
Headquarters Company, US Ar.
my Garrison, Fort Hood, Tex.,
was assigned to the Mexico
Project, IAGS, as supply ser sergeant.
geant. sergeant. He was cited for "tact
ful handling of supply problems
Involving 'international ship
ment of equipment and sup sup-piles"
piles" sup-piles" which was a factor con
tributing to : successful opera operation
tion operation of the IAOS project.
Now assigned to the 18th Ar
tillery Group. (Air Defense),
South Park Military Reserya
tion, Broughton, Pa., Baugh was
detachment first sergeant and
enlisted assistant to the post
signal division, USARCARIB
Signal section. Among his otner
duties. Baugh personally train
ed the sentry dogs assigned to
the section and supervised per.
sonnel of the sentry dog pla
toon.
Biasettl, now separated from
the service, was a member oi
the US Army Mission to Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. He served as communica communications
tions communications advisor to the Colombian
army, which included organlz organlz-lne
lne organlz-lne courses of instruction and
initiating training programs
under which signal graauaies
were prepared to carry out their
duties in the communications
system.
Argentine Admiral
Denies Resignation
As Sec. Of Navy
bttenos AIRES. Argentina,
July 17 (UPI) Vice Adm. A A-dolfo
dolfo A-dolfo Estevez had a half hour
talk with President Arturo
Frondizi last night and then
denied "categorically' that he
had resigned as secretary of
the Navy.
The denial came in the face
of persistent reports by a num number
ber number rf Informed sources that
Estevez would be out within 48
hours.
Rebellious Naval officers have
been seeking his resignation or
dismissal on grounds he does
not renect tneir viewpoint ana
is too lenient towara ojncers
who supported ousted Dictator
.in an tv Peron.
Buenos Aires newspapers ap appeared
peared appeared with banner headlines
on the naval dissension and the
navy secretariat finally Issued
a communique deploring teports
of a crisis.; ;
Hie cbmniunlque .said the
Navy will keep '--.its discipline."
It criticized som ereports as un untruthful
truthful untruthful and asked the press
to cooperate for "a better solu solution
tion solution of the problems of the
Navy."
CUP OP TREASON
LONDON (UPI) Alina Cor Cor-rea
rea Cor-rea Ribeiro, 17, of Brazil, said
todays on completing two years
at a finishing school here that
she now likes tea much better
than coffee. But she's not sure
whether she'll brew any when she
gets home. Her father is one of
Brazil's leading coffee producers.
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1 FORT WORTH, Tex., July 17
Gov. Earl K. Long of Louisiana
outfitted with eight pairs of new
cowboy boots and a pair of sil silver
ver silver spurs,, hit the trail to west
Texas Wednesday in a $10,000
air-conditioned Cadillac.
Before he left Dr. M. O. Mil Miller
ler Miller of Nem Orleans pronounced
him "much improved" in pulse,
blood pressure, temperature, ap appearance
pearance appearance and appetite.
Long, 63, is suffering from a
nervous breakdown, heart trouble
and the after effects nf a small
stroke, or series of strokes. He is
in Texas "resting."
He told the Junior Chamber of
Commerce of Fort Worth in a
speech about his experiences in
"three crazy houses" and best bested
ed bested toward west Texas with his
entourage in the face of a gather gathering
ing gathering thunderstorm.
Paul Johnson, president of .the
junior chamber, gave him a pair
of silver-spurs to go with eight
pairs of boots he bought Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at a cowboy boot factory.
Long expects to visit a rodeo
at Snyder, Tex., and pass
through Big Spring and La mesa
oh his way to El Paso, on the
Mexican border. It is a sort of
sentimental journey for him, be because
cause because he used to sell baking pow powder
der powder at Big Spring and Lamesa'.
From El Paso, he expects to
visit Monterrey, Mexico, and is
mulling over, the advisability of
visiting theWsort of AcapulcO.
He thinks itmay be a little hot
for him at Acapulco.
Long made it plain that he is
angry at a Tyler Tex. newspaper
which invited him to return
home, retire from politics and
raise watermelons.
"That little old blabber editor
at Tyler. .he ain't going to run
me out of the state," Long said
at a news conference in his Fort
Worth Hotel Suite.
Later, he told the junior cham chamber
ber chamber of commerce: "If I didn't
have previous engagements and
other plans, I would stay in Tex Texas
as Texas and Fort Worth another week
just to show that Tylor buy I
could." :
Long explained why, en route
from Shreveport, La., to Fort
Worth last Saturday night, he had
put a pillow case over his head.

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"I never had so much trouble
in my life as I did from Shreve Shreveport
port Shreveport to. Texas," he said.
"There was Louisianan on that
plane and Texans and Oklaho Oklaho-mans
mans Oklaho-mans and barbarians. Like a
child, I made up my mind those
photographers weren't going to
take my picture."
On the subject of doctors, he
said at his press conference:
"I'd rather have three or four
doctors looking at me if there
wasn't a political campaign on
and those damned newspapers all
over me. There is safety in num numbers.
bers. numbers. "But then you get to the point
where you get so many they can't
agree. That's what has happened
to me. I was getting ready to
fire the whole bunch of them and
found out they had quit.
"What's that word for doctors
who treat crazy people."
"Psychiatrist," a reporter re replied.
plied. replied. "Yes, 'psychiatrist,' M Long
said.
"That 'psychiatrist' word covers
everything like an old maid's
dress.'?'.
Meanwhile the last doctor re remaining
maining remaining on Long's medical staff

Vincent Smikle
Elected Prexy
Of Club Altamira
Vincent Smikle was elected
president of Club Altamira for
six-month term at the club's
last general meeting.
Other officers elected to the
board were: George G. Thomas,
vice president business man manager;
ager; manager; Harold Philips, secretary;
Clemente Jones, treasurer, and
Cleveland Warner, assis t a n t
business manager.
Plans are being made by the
club In connection with its sev seventh
enth seventh anniversary observance,
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tor doctor M. O. Miller of New Orleans.
'If I had his money and my
brains, I could set the world on
fire," Long exclaimed. He re referred
ferred referred to Dr. Miller as a million millionaire.
aire. millionaire.
The doctor, in embarrassment,
said he wasn't. Long, who once
had six medical doctors and psy psychiatrists
chiatrists psychiatrists attending him, now
had only Dr. Miller.
"I find the governor much im improved,"
proved," improved," Dr. Miller said. "His
pulse and blood pressure and
temperature are in the normal
range. His color is good. He is
taking more nourishment. He is
looking better and stronger and
doesn't appear as sick as he was
the last time I saw him."
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Meetings
Trades Council
The regularly scheduled monthly
meeting of the Canal Zone Cen Central
tral Central LaDor Union-Metal T r a u e s
Cduncil, AFL-CIO, will be held
Sunday morning at 8:30 at the
Margarita Service Center.

MR. AND MRS. RICHARD DALRYMPLE
-MISS MARGARITA TORRES, RICHARD DALRYMPLE
TED IN NUPTIAL CEREMONY AT TORT GULICK CHAPEL
X Miss Margarita Torres of Chiriqui and Colon became the
bride of Mr. Richard A. Dalrymple in an afternoon ceremony
. performed Sunday by Rev. M. A. Fernandez in the chapel at
I- Fort Gulitk.
Traditional wedding marches were used, and during the
ceremony the "Ave Maria' was sung by Ivan Thorpe.

lando Pretelt, Mr. and Mrs. Ma

nuel Pretelt and Mr. and Mrs.

John Szima.

Alter the ceremony, a reception
was held at the Fort Gulick NCO
r.lnh A tnAst A'ns finink to the

newlyweds, and the tradi t i o n 1

cake was cut.

The bride was given in mar marriage
riage marriage by V. R. Sickesteel. She wore
a eovvn of white lace fashion fashioned
ed fashioned with long sleeves and a lull
1 skirt iinished in rounds of pleated
.tulle. Her lingertip veil of illusion
.was held in place by a crown of
'orange-flower, and she carried a
cascade bouquet of orchids and
j white roses.
3 Her sister, Miss Melida Atencio,
i served as maid of honol She
fwore a cocktail-length dress in
rose. The gowns of the brides bridesmaids
maids bridesmaids were similarly fashioned in
light blue They were Miss Hor Hor-Ttencia
Ttencia Hor-Ttencia Santamaria, Miss Maritza
-.Gregoire and Miss Amparo Santa Santa-xnaria.
xnaria. Santa-xnaria. John Warden was the bride bridegroom's
groom's bridegroom's best man. Accompanying
.the bridesmaids were Lawr;nce
Eeidy, John Lindgren and Ronald
"Barnes. Elisin M. Cervera and
Lina Vila were flower girls, and
Ciro Tejada Cervera carried the
traditional thirteen coins and the
wedding rings.
Stxmsor were Mr. and Mrs. V.
R Siclesteel, Mr. and Mrs. Ma Mario
rio Mario C. Cervera, Mr. and Mrs. Or-

Mrt. Post And Son
Visit In Start
Mm TunAV Tct nnA onn Tnffrov

are takingx.n extended vacation

in the States.
They traveled to Los Angeles by
steamship and met her sister,
Mrs. M. D. Harris. The crfntim'ed
to Salt Lake City, Utah, to visit
with two' other sisters, Mrs. W. F.
Thomas and Miss Therma Greeri.
The sifters plan to visit in Alt a,
Wyo., where their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George B. Green. Still
another sister, Mrs. Mac Sasaki,
of Detroit, Mich., will join the fa family
mily family group at Aspen Ranch at
Alta.
The reunion will mark the first
;ime in :numbe" of years that
the entire family has been to together.
gether. together. Sixteen grandchildren and

New Orleans School
Board Plans Attack
ToDelav Inleoration

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) The
New Orleans Sc ool Board, or ordered
dered ordered to submit a workable inte integration
gration integration plan by next March, today
planned a legal attack to delay
public school segregation in the
Souths largest city.
The order was similar to a fed federal
eral federal judge's order in Atlanta re recently
cently recently in which Atlanta school of officials
ficials officials were ordered to present a
plan of integration by Dec. 1.

U.S. District Judsje J. Skelly

Wrieht told the school board to

have an 'ntnTrat'on ilan ""over-

ine thP comnlete desegregation of

tbp i-M'tV"- -"'ool in this city by

Mnrsh 1. 1960.

But Moy J. T?ittner. vie pres pres-;ricit
;ricit pres-;ricit of the school board, said
have severs' leal steps

which we plan to take, all of wh'ch
c" hr rnade h" March 1
Wright snegested that the first

grar'e be in'esritd 'n the first

year, the second prade the second
vear. -nd o on. followilwufgt
Nashville, Tenn., grade-a-year in integration
tegration integration plan.
He said the "choice as to wheth

er New Orleans will become an another
other another Little Rock is not the school

bopH's -line" t that news
media, public and private leaders,
churchmen and the general public
mi'st "share the responsibility."
On Feb. 16, 1956. Judge Wright
ordered the school board to end
segregation "with all deliberate
speed." i ( (
"Oihera, iban -anneal thak .de .decision,
cision, .decision, the board has apparently
done no'hin" to comply with that
order," Wright said in his order
WMnesday.
Orleans Parish public schools
lix-l O"toher had enrollments of
46,933 Negro students and 40,768
white s'udents. White students
outnumber" the Negroes in grades
seven through twelve, but in the
first throush sixth. Negroes are in
the majority 32,410 to 25,096.
NOMINATES ENVOY
WAmNGTON (UPI) Walter
N. Walmsley, veteran fore'gn
service nffi-er, was nominated by

President "vsennower today as

f'p new U.S ambassador to Tu Tunisia,
nisia, Tunisia, succeeding o. Iwis Jones.

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take two directions in eveni'
fashions for fall. Demure ana
daring.
You'll see the demure look es es-pacially
pacially es-pacially in the shirtwaist tyoe of
dresses which depend on extrava extravagance
gance extravagance of the fabrics for their
glamour the metallic brocades,
satins and printed silks.
Designers also cover part of the
shoulder area with straps or small
sleeves, making the strapless
gown, when it does appear, look
novel.
Some of the cocktail and short

and long formal dresses with pro pro-tecting
tecting pro-tecting front bare the back to
show a wide U-shape or V-shaped
expanse of sking.
Ceil Champman, one of the de designers
signers designers hhowing fall collections
this week to visiting fashion re reporters,
porters, reporters, is a strong exponent of
front cleavage. She revived the
halter neckline with thy Writer
front slashed to the waist.
Some of these haltered for for-mals
mals for-mals ere satin sheaths with
bead-covered tops. Others are
beaded tops en flowing, chiffon
skirts. A whole group of Chap Chapman
man Chapman formats ar long, skinny
sheaths in white brocade top topped
ped topped with open, boxy ackets.
Here too, she used the halter
top.
Miss Chapman one of the men men-bers
bers men-bers of the New York Cout'Te

Group participating in the
showings, stressed fancy dress ofr

dress occasions. She trimmed
with beads, fur, rhinestones and
sequens. She added flounces and
fan-like panels.

Evening clothes from Nettie
Rosenstein and her design part

ner Lva Kosencrans were a little

more sedate. Dresses csme in tmo

skinny shapes. Some gowns are

short in front and sweep to the
floor in back.

Most of the evening and day

time fashions from Ben Reig are

for the h i g h e r income bracket.
White mink lines a white peau de

soie evening coat worn with a

short evening dress of the same
favric. Reig said it was "$1,259

complete.

A black worsted daytime suit

had a long, shaped jacket lined in

black mink. Cost around $650. An
unfitted coat in blonde herring herring-bone
bone herring-bone was lined with blonde mink
to retail for about $895.

B. H. Wragge, famous for its
casual clothes and its "separate
paets" wardrobes, used combina combinations
tions combinations of fabrics to vary the sep separates.
arates. separates. For instance, velvet jack jackets
ets jackets topped wool skirts. Wragge'i
newest skirt shape in the bell.

Miss Universe Gals
Celling Accustomed
To Ogling US Males

LONG BEACH, Calif., July 17

(UPI) Contestants in the
Miss Universe beauty pageant

spent today getting used to the
ogling of American men.
The 76 girls from 34 foreign

countries and most of the Unit United
ed United States, were slated for a day
of shopping, i?htseein$ and
getting acquainted with each

other and their guardians cho chosen
sen chosen from local women's clubs.
Three more entrants Miss
Turkey, Miss Belgium and Miss
Italy are expected to join
the competitors tonight. They
remained in New York yester yester-dav
dav yester-dav suffering from "exhaustion."

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Booth Wert North bat
1 Pass 3 4 Pass
4N.T. Pass 8 4 Past
8 NX Pass Pass
8 4 Pass Past Pass
Opening led4Q

The student won the opening
club in his own hand and lost no
time taking the trump finesse.
East won and returned the re remaining
maining remaining trump.
The student played around but
eventually had to go1 after tho
diamonds. He had two ways to
guess the queen and happened
to guess wrong so that East made
the -queen and set the hand.
"Would you have guessed the
diamond queen, Professor?" ask asked
ed asked the student.
"No!" replied the Professor "1
would have made the hand with without
out without any finesses at all."
The professor was right as al

ways. The, student should have

played the ace of spades at trick
two and continued by cashing the
king of clubs and the three high

nearis.

Then he would lead nnthai

trumo and sit bark. It would nnt

matter who held the kini of

trumps or queen of diamonds or
what was played next.

A diamond lead would solve

all diamond problems. Any other
lead would allow a ruff in one

hand and a diamond discard in
the other.

Q The bidding hsi been:
North Kurt South Wert
24 2 8v Pass
SV Pass 3 Pass
84 T
You South, hold:
4A4S V8S4S 4Q( KS7S
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APass er doable. The double
Is sure thing. The tmm tells
mr partner that yea an will will-inr
inr will-inr for him to re to seven dia diamonds
monds diamonds and io. certainly are.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South Wert
2 4 Pass 2 A Pas
3 A Pass 7
You, South, hold:
4AK788 VS4S JSS
What do you do?
Answer tomorrow I

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by Dorothy Killgallen

knn fnr an a

i.wi. diujuu.. aattlcment with

WUUlf virwvv
Alas Livingston ave been dash

ed, so sne u wae bbt
to eourt WM The Broadway bun

has inai me iaw v -"v

lln who cut put via me siecpms
-ill .nt ominla nt weekl SSO

was upset over an upcoming in

come tax Dame, a snow d com company
pany company he partnered with Lou
Walters was- under fire ... All
.. riatahnnlr i-nntiAuei to fea

ture new names. The laWst beau

ty is a German itarlev-juga An An-J.nn
J.nn An-J.nn whn wi briefly linked

with the Shah of Iran after., he

divorced Soraya. Kiga i European
chums reporHhat Ali has show-
a l.. tmnfW nttv nra.aanta- si

well as his gallant attentions

Important visitor? rrom Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary predict Cardinal V Miridszenty

vm msKe wwernaiionai nuuur
within the next 90 days. .Coutu .Couturier
rier .Couturier Don Loper's recent com com-m.n(.
m.n(. com-m.n(. An the clothes Princcsi

ll&UKf waa
Grace has been wearing wont

win hin any meoais in Monaco.
Vat ha'c tha rhin cenerallv cred

ited with turning Ginger Rogers
into a fashion plate...Kay Kendall
is spreading the word that she
feels fine, and nobody's to wor worry
ry worry about her not returning to the

screen, sne ii De dsck.

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1 Cup sugar
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Add milk alternately with dry Ingredient!, blending
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with hot fruit sauce.

When Eileen Barton didn't o o-pen
pen o-pen as scheduled at the Living
Room the excuse given was "her
plane from Cape Cod was over overdue."
due." overdue." So her premiere was post

poned three nights. Quiz ques

tion: How overaue can a piane

get? You coma imaxe h irora
Tokyo in that length of timer) ..
The owners of the Ches Paree In

Chicago are trying to buy Holly Hollywood's
wood's Hollywood's shuttered night club, Ci Ci-ro's.
ro's. Ci-ro's. Lovely auburn-haired singer Pat
Wilson is the latest addition to the
list of principals signed for the
upcoming Broadway musical,
"Fiorello." She scored heavily
last summer as Johnnie Ray's
leading lady in the Dallas ediMon
of "Guys: and Dolls"...Phil Stem Stem-berg,
berg, Stem-berg, the chap serving time for
absconding with a hunk of Elean Eleanor
or Eleanor Holm's jewelry, has a curva curvaceous
ceous curvaceous beauty waiting for him
a well-to-do belle usually describ described
ed described in the Columns as a "society
songstress". ,,.:
The Metropolitan Opera Compa Company
ny Company has asked Lew Christensoti,
director of the San Francisco
Ballet, to take over the running
of the Met's ballet and school
The District Attorney's sudden in interest
terest interest in the "mysterious" where whereabouts,
abouts, whereabouts, of Lowell Birrell h a hoot
to "members of the international
set.v As of a couple of weeks ago,
Birrell was cheerfully sipping
cocktails at all the best bars in
Paris, in full view of the Ameri American
can American tourists. He wasn't even wear wearing
ing wearing dark glasses or a false mous moustache,
tache, moustache,
Polly Bergen, in Madrid with
her husband, Freddie Fields, has
discovered a young Spanish sing singer,
er, singer, Manolo Riera. She and Fred Freddie
die Freddie intend to bring him into the
United States, they're s impress impressed
ed impressed with his Valentino appearance
and Crosby-type voice.. .Roi Rus

sell and the French press are
tiffing. Lei garcons of the gazet gazettes
tes gazettes misinterpreted some com comments
ments comments she made about their
champagne, ana indignation wis
rife. .. .;.;J..!,X.,
The Broadway bazaare adored
the Lions, who convened in New
York recently. They, bought sou souvenirs
venirs souvenirs of the big town like mad
...Fred Astaire has reason to be
gleeful over the gales of his au autobiography.
tobiography. autobiography. Boosted by his per personal
sonal personal appearances in the book
stores, the volume Is going into
its fourth printing. Cuba's deci deci-sion
sion deci-sion on whether to declare war
on the Dominican Republic Is be.
ing decided right now at a meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing in Havana. The Castro broth broth-ers
ers broth-ers are in favor of invadinj the
Doninican Republic, but thoy
m ay be voted down.

Madison Snuar CarHcn inr tha

run of the Russian Festival of

music and Dance, and the regul regular
ar regular Met claque has been engaged

io mass me scene uveueiv.
There'll b Pants 0nn analra-

up this summer, on orders irom
President Eisenhower : JTnfl V Ha.

zende, the handsome Brazilian so

ciety columnist, made quite a hit
with local belles during his three three-week
week three-week vacation in Naw Vnrlr' rm

exampe: his last date was Mar-

iene juietricn...isever let it be said
that Rita Hayworth's husband,
Jim Hill isn't cans hi nf litterins

quotes that are collectors' items.

ne averea; -The trouble is that
people do not understand Rita,
She's not a eav ffariahnnt Sha )

just a shy, retiring girl."

Singer Marion Marlnue'a h.

band, Larry Puck, is recuperat recuperating
ing recuperating after xurcerv at a Wact.h..

iter hospital .... Apparently the

augusn naven t neara of Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. They retitled the Paul
?wm,?..picture- ',The Young
Philadelphians" for British view viewing:
ing: viewing: it's called "Tha Citv .Tun fflo"

over there. Marlon Brando has
made the African Room scene to
hold, serious conferences with
Chief Bev and tho ntha

drummers ... Mickey Rooney is

Kiavciy worried snout the health
of his bride, Carolyn Mitchell.

Several Officers
Get Promotions
Several irbmotions were an announced
nounced announced by Headquarters, US
Army Caribbean this week.' .'
Those advanced In rank In Included;.
cluded;. Included;. To colonel Lt. Col. Cle Clement
ment Clement A. Farrell, Rodriguez Ar Army
my Army Hospital, Fort Brooke, P.R.;
to lieutenant colonel, MaJ. Wil William
liam William E. Waters, US Army Ele Element,.
ment,. Element,. Cpribbean Command; to
captain, 1st Lt. Gene T. Bragg,
937th Engineer Company (Avia (Aviation),
tion), (Aviation), on duty In Guatemala;
to first lieutenant, 2nd Lts. Von
W. Freeman, US Army Tech Technical
nical Technical Service (Pacific) and
Keith E. McCall Jr., Signal Me Meteorological
teorological Meteorological Team 2, Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. "1

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Colorado Sprinss, Colo,, served ss correspondents to service Hometown newspapers ot tne more than
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The schedul eat Christ
Church-by-the-Sea for Sunday
will include: 6 am Holy Com Communion;
munion; Communion; 8:30 am Morning Pray-
r onH orimintstration of Holy

Baptism; 9 am choral Eucharist

and sermon; 7:30 pm solemn
Evensong and sermon.
r-Piphrant and Drc-acher at

the 9 o'clock Eucharist will be

the Rev. John spear, uuier
services for the day will be con conducted
ducted conducted by the Rev. Henry A.
Blake, priest in charge, who
has also announced that Father
Spear will preach at the service
of Evensong on Wednesday eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Prl SpearServed to La; Boca
as priest-ln-charue' of the : for former
mer former St. peter' Church, and has
recently" been in the Province
of Bocas del Toro.
UNITARIAN CENTER
. Ancon
js.inHaw mnrn i n cr services,

starting at 10:30 am, in the
Unitarian Center, Ancon, will
bo conducted by C A. Batalden,

who will speaK on -inwrwiwi
Morrlfloe." ' 1

TmiTiPrtiatfiiv followini 1 the

services, during the coffee hou.r
.n Va a rnnnritflhlfl dis-

cusslon, moderated by Edmund

S. Shaw, on now ja wc
our Simdav Morning

Services?" Members and friends

are requested to come prepareu
to participate in the discussion.
Th fniinwtncr Tuesdav. start-

i- a fViA TTntturinn So-

111 nu w ,
ciety will "conduct a potluck

supper, followed oy a wcwueu
v, t,h Westminster

Choir of Handel's Messiah,

Leonard Bernstein conciucwns.

Prices of admission ior vnc

evening: married couples, six
....,lnra nf fflOfl BTlfl 75 CentS

flCiflUft
kaisinrs 75 rents eacn.

Those not aesinng vo
nnflurlr linnr WlftV attend

the concert, starting at 7:30
Em. for 75 cents admission, to
e paid at the door.

ine puuijc is uiiiKu vu
tend the services and the so

cial.
JWiTSclieduics

Sightseeing Tour
For Cls, Families
Annthftr camera sizhtseelng:

tour for servicemen and their

families will be leaving tne
USO-JWB Sunday at 2:30 pm,
These tours, guided by a lo local
cal local sightseeing expert, visit var various
ious various points of Interest 'In Pan Panama
ama Panama City and its environs.
Because space is limited It
is suggested that servicemen
Jnolrino tr Inln these tours

uo.. ...a "w j 1
either stop by the Armed Forces

Service Center ana register, or

do so by caiung nawon

Mrs. do Logo Entertains
At Mornina Coffoo

Members of the Asllo de la m-

tancia committee of tne lnter-A

merican Women's Club were gues

at a coffee Monday morning at

the home of Mrs. Ana de Logo.
Mrs. Margaret Johnston presided

ai me couee service.

Attending the event were Mrs

Marina Nolan. Mrs. Clare T.

Jones, Mrs. Lieia De Armas. Mrs

ecuia uiaasiein, mrs. a n i o n l a
Dunham, Mrs. Amelia Aouerinina.

Mrs. Ana Bilonick, Mrs. Cynthia
Lancina, Mrs. Lisa Humle. Mrs.

Linchia Barker, Mrs. Marge Whe-

ian, Mrs. rostin womble. Mrs

Melida Salvador, Mrs. Carolina M
rales, Mrs. Blades Fischer, Mrs.

Margarita de Vlllamll and Mrs,
Delia Patton.

Birth Announcement

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kilgallon

of Hyattsviiie. Md., have announe

ed the birth of thejr first child,

a son, born Tuesday in Hyatts

ville. He bas been named Timothy.
Mrs. Kilgallon is the former Miss
Joan Sprague, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Howard H. Sprague of

halboa High School and was ac active
tive active as a cheerleader and fashion

model on the Canal Zone.
Mr. Kilgallon formerly was as
signed to Fort Amador. His ua

rents are Mr and Mrs. Joseph

Kilgallon -w Brookune, Mass.

Col. Cassaday
New Assistant
Chief Of Staff

Col. George C. Cassadav has

become U3ARCARIB assistant

chief of staff, G-4, replacing
Col. Louis D. Fartisworth Jr.

Prior to his arrival In the Ca

na Zone, Cassaday had been
a student at the Industrial Col College,
lege, College, Armed Forces, In Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. Before 'that, he
was assigned to the Artillery
ard Missile School, Fort Sill,
Okla. Farnsworth has been as assigned
signed assigned as a professor of mili military
tary military science and tactics at the
University of Oregon.

U Mill -SV

She is doing everything a wo woman
man woman can do to keep herself
looking younger than her years.
She spends hours in a beauty
shop getting her hair tinted and
set in a soft, becoming style.
Ste shops tirelessly for clothes,
in an effort to find what is
Just right for her.
She goes regularly three times
a week to an exercise class to
keep her figure trim and grace graceful.
ful. graceful. But she hasn't a sound idea
or attitude or interest to match
the "young" look she works so
hard to keep.
She 'won't go fishing with her
husband because the sun is hard
on her complexion.
She has no real interests of
her own so gossip is her chief
topic of conversation. She spends
hours each week on the tele tele-Dhone
Dhone tele-Dhone gathering and passing a a-long
long a-long the latest tidbits.
She is afraid to try anything
new.
She sees the small group of
friends, week after week ajjd
year after year. She hasn't time
for or any interest in newcom newcomers.
ers. newcomers. Her mouth turns down, instead

St. Paul's Sponsors

Politick, Funny Hat

Parly Next Friday

A pot luck supper and funny
hat party will be sponsored at

the Jamaican Society hall next
Friday night by the Woman's

Auxiliary Group No. l of St.
Paul's Church.
Jit addition to raising funds
for the activities of thi; group,
the event is expected to pro provide
vide provide much entertainme.i! for

thc.c attending.
Tilt funny hat pha'ie should

bring Into focus some rare and
peculiar head gear, developine
into' a contest. Both men and

women may wear funny hats.
Admission tickets may be ob obtained
tained obtained from any. member of the
auxiliary, and members and
friends of the parish are invit invited
ed invited to attend.

Ill
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of up. There's so much that

annoys her. So many things see
disapproves of.
. t
So, though she doesn't know

it, her efforts to stay young ate

wasted because she only "looks"
young, she doesn't seem young.
While it is a good thing for
a woman to look as young as
she feels and acts and thinks,
it is a waste of tim and effort
for her try to Jook young if she
is going to act old.

SAFITY MIASUM PAILS

MEMPHIS, Tenn.' (UTTy-TlU
Edlemon, 34, was expected to bo
released from a hospital" today
after treatment for injuries suf suffered
fered suffered while he was avoiding the
hazards of the highway. Edlemon,'
a farmer, said he habitually
walks on railroad tracks- because
he fears he'll be hit by a car or
a truck if he walks along the
highway. He was hit by an eqgina
Sunday while resting on tha ;
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Phi Beta Kappans
Complain Of Being
Ridiculed In Ads

NEW YORK (UPD-Phi Beta
Kappa, honoi society for top-ranking
college students, complains
that iU biamy members are be being
ing being ridiculed in advertisements.
The current jssvie of "The Key
- Reporter; the sSciet'-! official
publics 'ion, said that one ad
showed a bespectacled student sit sitting
ting sitting In his underwear poring
over a book.
The ad proclaimed brand
shorts made me a Phi (Betta
Kappa
"The assumption that students
of Phi Beta Kappa caliber rarely

sharpen their wits with sleep

turned uu later in another ad
placed by the maker of a caffeine
pill the magazine said, this one
featured a 'Phi Beta' pack of 35
tablets."
The publication said it had suc successfully
cessfully successfully combatted most such
ads. including a "Phi Beta

Beautiful campus apparel label,
but addec that the society's files

get 'atler every day with

examples ot ludicrous references

to Ftu Beta Kappa.

SERGf ANTS MIIT

than 200 delegates representing

some 10,000 memDers oi we s
. ..i.iu nt natmlir Armv Ker-

feanta in the United States and
urope attended the opening tea
inn nf the Brouo'i third annual

convention here today.

It All Happens Happily On A Heaven of a...

Tomorrow and Sunday at the 'DRIVE-IN" Theatre

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A magnetic romantic team in the attractive and glam glamorous
orous glamorous persons of Carr Grant and luscious Sophia Loren
sparks Paramount's Technicolor comedy, "HOUSEBOAT,"
which is clue to arrive. Tomorrow and Sunday at the
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre, The, film, an original story by Mel
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cessful successful "Seven Little Foys," among other comedies, co-stars
Martha Hyer and Harry Guardino and features Eduardo
Ciannelli. Advt.

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; By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 17 (UPI) Hey waiter, Dus Dusty
ty Dusty Rhodes says he'all take another short order of
that World Series which he enjoyed so much back in
1954.

That series' slice merely whet whet-j
j whet-j "4 ted Dusty's appetite, so here he
. is again five years later putting
" in his bid with the Giants for a
. gecond helping.
' Remember those amazing pinch
' '' ihits he colected to lead the Gi Gi-I
I Gi-I ants to the National League pen pen-;
; pen-; nant in 1954? Well Rhodes is do-
ing business at the same old stand
in an effort to bring the Giants
L their first pennant since then this
f rst year.
i Dusty, who was recalled from
t the minors only a short time
har-V keDt the Giants on top last

night when he came through with

one ot Ms patented pmcn iuu ju
the ninth inning to beat the Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, 1-0, in the second game of
f a twi-night doubleheader.
' The Giants needed that victory,
to remain one game ahead of 'he
h t idle second-place Dodgers be-
' cause the Phillies had taken the
! ( opener, 6-4, behind Robin Rob-
, v rts.
' Rhodes connected for his
A gama-wtrming single of loser
1 Gani Conley after Jackia
' Brandt singled and took second
t when outfielder Richie Ashburn
" fumbled the ball.
; i Southpaw Johnny Antonelli pitch pitch-.
. pitch-. ed superbly in gaining his 14th
victory, giving up only three hits
while striking out nine.
'a In the opener, the Philis knock knock-',
', knock-', ,i ed out former teammate Jack
, i' Sanford with a two-run rally in
j the seventh that broke a 4-4 tie.
1 Wally Post singled home one of
' the runa and Dave Philley dou dou-!
! dou-! bled home the other one. Rob-

f erts gave .up 10 hits but went
the distance to even his record
at 8-8.
' The Cubs defeated the Braves
1 for the third straight time, 4-2,
' and the Reds downed the Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, 7-5. Los Angeles and Pitts
burgh were not scheduled.
The White Sox took over the
, American League lead by one
.'game. by splitting a doublehead doublehead-'
' doublehead-' er with the Red Sox while the
Yankees were taking a twin-bill
. from the Indians. Chicago beat
1 Boston in the opener, 4-3, and
' j Boston won the second game, 5 5--
- 5-- 4. The Yankees won their open open-er
er open-er from the Indians, 7-5, in 10 in in-''
'' in-'' nings and the nightcap, 4-0.
' Washington licked Detroit, 5-2,
' and Kansas City nipped Balti Balti-,
, Balti-, more, 4-3.
.. ( Dave Hillman of the Cubs,
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who had lost first straight
games to the Braves during
his career, bait them for the
first time with a nine-hit ef effort.
fort. effort. The Cubs collected all
their runs on five hits, includ including
ing including Ernie Banks' 25th homer,
off Lew Burdette before he left
in the seventh. It was Bur Bur-dette's
dette's Bur-dette's ninth loss against 12
wins.
Jerry Lynch drove in four
runs with a homer and three sin singles
gles singles to pace the Reds to their
victory over the Cardinals. Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard Schmidt, third of five Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati pitchers, gained the victory
while rookie Marshall Bridges
suffered his first loss following
three straight victories.

Vic Wertz' third hit of the
game, a single, scored Marty
Keoueh from second base with

the run that broke a 4-4 tie in ; Sunday, July 19 Baltimore
the seventh inning and gave the;vs Detroit, 3 p.m.
Red Sox their nightcap victory o-1 Wednesday, July 20 Wednesday
ver the White Sox. Mike For- Nignt Fjgnt 10 p m
nieles was the winner in relief Thursday, July 21 Golf Show
and Ray Moore the loser. p.m.Nfeaturing Sammy Seand
vs Stan Leonard. Fight of the
Sherm Lollar doubled home Week, 10 p.m. Nino Valdes vs
Jim Landis with the winning run Alonzo Johnson (bout fought May

in me seven inning ui mc uy-ii-
er. Winner Dick Donovan and re
liever Gerry Staley limited Bos Boston
ton Boston to four hits between them.
Tom Brewer suffered his sixth
defeat.
Mickey Mantle's 19th homer
with one on In the 10th inning
gave the Yankees their open opening
ing opening game victory over the In
dians after Yogi Berra tied the
score with his 11th homer in
the ninth. Both homers came
off loter Gar Bell. Reliever
Duke Maas posted nis sevemn
victory in 12 decisions.
Little Bobby Shantz. promoted
to a stajfting role from, the bull bullpen
pen bullpen because -Casey Stengel ha f
nobody else3, stooped the Tribe
on five hits in the nightcap to
give the Yanks their first double double-header
header double-header sweep since May 30. E E-nos
nos E-nos Slaughter and Hank Bauer
each homered as New York
climbedwifhjn -gantes- f
the top.Bdb (Riverbbat) Smith
was the loser.
The Senators handed the
slumping Tigers their fourth
straight defeat and 1th loss ni
their last ?J3 games. Bill Fischer
registered WsFeighth victory with
reli?f heln from Dick Hyde. Fave
Thorne Berry homered for the
Senators off losing pitcher Ry
Narleski.
Tom Sturdivant hurled four in innings
nings innings of hitless ball in relief of
Bud Daley as the Athletics top topped
ped topped the Orioles. Daley credited
with his ninth victory, had a
shutout until the sixth mhen Walt
Dropo hit a two-run homer and
Gus Triandos belted his 22nd
homer with the bases empty.
The A's scored single runs off
loser Jerry Walker in the first
and second innings and Dick Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, a former Oriole, blooped
a two-run single with the bases
loaded in the third. That blow
turned out to be the difference.
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The sports fan will find a full
program of events prog"med by
CFN for the coming week. The
schedule includes:
Radio
Saturday, July 18, Los Angeles
vs Philadelphia, 1 p.m. High Highlights
lights Highlights of the USSR-USA track
and field meet will be broadcast
at about 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 19, Los Angeles
vs Philadelphia, 12 noon. High Highlights
lights Highlights of the USSR-USA track

and field meet will be broadcast'
at about 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Monday, July 20, Hall of Fame
Game from Cooperstown, N. Y.
(Pittsburgh vs Kansas City), 1
p.m.
Tuesday, July 21, No game.
Wednesday, July 22, Boston vs
Chicago, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, July 23, Boston vs
Chicago, 1:30 p.m.
TV
Friday, July 17, Wrestling, 10
p.m.
Saturday, July 18, Jalopy Rac Races,
es, Races, 2 p.m. Bowling Derby, 4 p.m.
Sports Time, 5 p.m., featuring
Washington-New YOrk baseball
game, Bob Hope-Bing Crosby golf
match, Boston Marathon, Stanley
Cup hockey playoffs, sports car
racing and Penn Relays.
aj.
Bobby Farrell
Stands Out In
Diablo Archery
! Wednesday was a gold letteT
Idav as far as tho Arrhprs nt the
'Diablo Glen were concerned. On
this day only arrows that found
itheir way into the golden eve of
loro the Bull" ere oef any value.
You have all heard of the big
baseball star who either hits a
home run or strikes out; the foot football
ball football hot-shot who scores s touch touchdown
down touchdown or fumbles: the borer who
knocks out his opponent or is floor floored
ed floored himslef.
This was the case in this Diablo
archery competition. The archers
were champs or chumps; they.
s'Wred bull-eyes ot didn't scare' f:
t1t K : ?..
Bobby Farrel led the attack on
the optic orb of Toro by driving
six arrows info the golden cirele.
Watson Case D. Fisher and S. Mc
Ginnis second with two "eyes" a a-piece
piece a-piece Larry Robertson, Eddie De De-veau,
veau, De-veau, Frank DeVeau, Terry Case,
Wayne Folger, Gail Albritton, all
were in the "cvclops" category
with one "eye" apiece.
Wednesday night, July 22, the
Diablo gymnasium mill hold its
family night of fun which will in include
clude include an archery demonstration.
Tumbling, basketball, weight lifting

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Olmedo Clowns Way To Loss;

Booed Off River Forest

RIVEJJ FOREST, 111. (UPI (UPI-Alex
Alex (UPI-Alex Olmedo. th flashy Peruvian
who sparked the U. S. Davis Cup
team to victory and later won
uie wimoiedon singles crown, was
booed off the courts yesterday
when he clowned his way to de
feat in a quarterfinal match oi

GIRLS 0-YARO PRIZE WINNERS In the 50-yard dash for
girls, Grace Flgueroa placed first, Nancy Morency second and
Carolyn Canby during the recent Elks Swim Meet at the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa swimming pool. (Ernest Silva photo)

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Coach
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Of Future Pro
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
college campuses, a mecca ior
big-league scouts Dearing vhijsks
full of bonus money, coum De-
sional baseball talent 11 me ma major
jor major leaguers would just ease up
their mad scramble for talent.
That's the opinion of Glenn Kil-
linger, an old pro from away
back. Killinger, now athletic di-
uraot PhPctPr Stale
(baseball player in the New York
jYankee chain.
KUlinger, wnose smau tourgc
teams are the scourge of their
class, says the campuses will pro produce
duce produce superior pro prospects if
the collegians get better coach coaching
ing coaching and are left alone by to ma major
jor major leaguers to complete their
four-year ducations.
GROAT SECONDS MOTION
He got a sound second to his
motion from Dick Groat of the
Pittsburgh Pirates, an off-the
campus-to-the-majors ball player
Who recommended a longer col college
lege college schedule with the right to
play summer semi-pro ball it col
lege ball isn't cameo tnrougu me
open months.
"They're wondering whether
there'll be enough players for a
third major league," Killinger
noted. "I think college baseball
would be a good source and they
can be developed in college wifh
tine right thinking and the right
coaching.
"What's needed Is more profes professional
sional professional baseball coaching at the
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the National Clay Courts tennis

tournament.
Olmedo's actions, which result resulted
ed resulted in an upset victory for Abe
Segal of South Africa, 6-2, 6-1, 6 6-D
D 6-D threw the River Forest Tennis
Club into an uproar.
The moody Peruvian stomped
Says Colleges
Better Source
Player Talent
college level. I mean, coaching
u.. i i.u e 1
by players with professional ex-

penence As matters are now in Joh Mize Ewell
any number of small colleges. Biackweii, Enos Slaughter, Jolin Jolin-the
the Jolin-the coach is just someone off the c; vwm TVnnirc mnne

faculty, with no experience at
all. How can they
do it?"
"e
asked.
NO-TAMPERING RULE
In baseball, or in football, the
10-year man picks up a lot of
savvy. When he's in the pro
game for 20 years, "he's pretty
smart and know his way around,"
Killinger pointed out.
' A no-tampering rule by the ma
jor leagues would be a great

help, the ex-Yankee said.
"Let them pass a rule, which Jackie Jensen, who just helped
would permit a boy to complete the Red Sox sweep five straight
four years of college baseball from the Yankees, was another
with no signing them and it the Bronx Bombers didn't wait
would be a great help. College on.
ball the.i could be a great Vurce Thers was no place for Jensen
of major league material, i.eave when the Yankees traded him
them in school a little longer and away in 1952 because the outfiled
you'll get a better player," Kil-1 already was set with Mickey Man Man-linger
linger Man-linger said. (tie, Hank Bauer and Gene Wood Wood-Groat,
Groat, Wood-Groat, 'a listener, added he ling. So off Jensen went in a
thought the college ball player, deal the Yanks wish they never
particularly in the nortto, would 'made.
get a lot further with a longer
season. Some others the New Yorkers
"Letting the boys play semi- gave up in their pursuit of con con-pro
pro con-pro ball would help a lot andisecutive pennants were Gus Tri.

would De good experience for
them," Groat said.
"The colleges should keep their
scheduled going summer-long or
let the boys go into the semirro
type of ball. It would help a lot
getting them ready for profes professional
sional professional ball, he added.
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off the courts, dressed, and rush rushed
ed rushed to his hotel, refusing to speak
to anyone.
"Go away, go away, go away,
go away," he later told United
i"ress international photographer
John Quinn, who persuaded him
to open his door a crack.
Reached by telephone, the 23 23-year
year 23-year old tennis star remained
evasive.
Olmedo's actions stunned, offi officials
cials officials of the River ForesVtennis
club, where boos rung from the
stands for the first time in his history.
tory. history.
Dr. James K. Betty, tourna tournament
ment tournament committee chairman, issued
a statement condemning "Mr. Ol Olmedo's
medo's Olmedo's performance here." He
said he would file a formal pro protest
test protest to the U. S. Lawn Tennis
Association.
The tournament committee also
defaulted Olmedo and his partner,
Earl Bucholz of St. Louis, Mo.,
who were teamed in a doubles
match scheduled later.
Saturday Swim
Meets At Gatun
Beginning tomorrow and con continuing
tinuing continuing every other Saturday up
to Aug. 15, 1959, k there will be
swimming meets for anyone who
wants to compete, provided they
hava their swimming .pool I.D.
card. The meets will begin at 9
a.m..
These meets are run by the Di Division
vision Division of Schools Phys. Ed. De Department.
partment. Department. SENTENCE SUSPENDED
NEW YORK (UPI) A Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn bartender received a 10-day
suspended" sentence Wednesday
for interrupting Tuesday night's
game at the Yankee Stadium. He
ran on the field during a crucial
moment in the last inning of the
Yankees' game with the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians.

Yanks' Bird In Hand' System
Reason They Now Look Bushed

By JACK CUDDY
NF.W YORK (UPI) The once-
proud Yankees' always played foj
a bird in tne nana ana mai cuuiu
be the key reason they look a lit
tle bufhed today.
General Manager George Weiss
jkept concentrating on this year
with the feeling that next year
'would take care of itself. To :n-
I : nnnHnnfD Via
sure immeuiaic uciuiams, n.
mafU HpaU fnr L evDprienr.ed
tw0
Those moves generally turned
out fine for the present but they
nave results in a bleak future
for the struggling Yankees now.
Lew Burdette, right-handed ace
of Milwaukee's pitching staff,
was one of the players the Yank Yank-kees
kees Yank-kees dealt away. They gave up
Burdette and $50,000 for Sain
in 1951, and how they would love
to have Lew back today.
TRADE OFF JENSEN
andos, Woodie Held. Bob Cprv
and Vic Power, any one of whom
would be welcome back now with
open arms.
Triandos has developed into
Balbimore's leading home run
hitter and has been instrumental
in keeping (he Orioles in pen-
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National League
TEAMS
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
W L Pet. OB
50 38
50 40
4e 38
47 41
44 44
.568
.558 1
.548 2
.534 3
.500 t
41 48 .470 m
39 4 .443 H
32 53 .378 16ft
Today's Ganies
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at Chicago
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)
Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 010 000 0102 9 1
Chicago 200 200 OOx 4 6 0
Burdette (12-9); Trowbridge and
Lopata.
Hillman (5-7) and S. Taylor.
" (Night Game)
Cincinnati 102 021 0017 13 O
St. Louis 000 230 OOx 5 10 0
Brosnan, Pefia, Schmidt (2-2)
Acker, Nuxhall and Bailey.
Broglio. Bridges (3-1), McDanieL
Stone and H. Smith, Katt
J
(Twilight Game)
San Francisco 200 001 1004 10 2
Philadelphia 000 220 20x 6 10 0
McCormick, Miller, Sanford (7 9)
G. Jones and Landrith.
Roberts (8-8) and Lonnett.
fhlinM ftamet
v...v...
Can Frnnoiocn OOrt OHO 001 1 fi 1
Philadelphia 000 000 OOO-o .3 2,
Antonelli (14-4) and Lan'lri3i
Conley (7-6) and Lonnett.
Only games scheduled
nant contention. Held and Power
have "made" Cleveland's infield,
and Cerv became a slugging sen sensation
sation sensation in Kansas City after the
Yankees sent him there.
In the past, Weiss never was
afraid to make a deal because if
it didn't pnn out, he could al always
ways always dip into the Yankees' vast
farm system and bring up a cou couple
ple couple of promising young minor
league 3tars.
NEWCOMERS LITTLE HELP
That situation apparently no
longer exjsts because some of
the farm hands brought up this
season, like pitchers Jim Cpates
and Jim Bronstad, outfielder Jim
Pisoni and infielder Fritz Brick Brick-ell,
ell, Brick-ell, failed to contribute much to
the Yankees' cause.
Even worse, Weiss now finds
other American League clubs
aren't so eager to deal with him
as they were before. The rest of
the league, as a matter of fact,
isn't shedding any tears over the
Yankees plight. The other clubs
view the world champions' cur current
rent current troubles with a "now-you-know-how-we-used-to
feel" atti attitude.
tude. attitude. In, so far as future trades are
concerned, the battered Bronx
Bombers have reached the point,
where tlhey don't have too much
to offer. Naturally, every one
eyes Mickey Mantle, W h i t e y
Ford, Bill Skowron, Yogi Berra
and Tony Kubek when any trade
talk starts. But the Yankees
aren't about to give up one of
them.
So they'll have to struggle a a-long
long a-long with what they've got, and
for once, they can't even sit back
and say, "Wait until next year."

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American League

TEAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
Baltimore'
Now York
Washington
Detroit"'
Boston r
Kansas City

W L Pet. GBn
49 37 J70 1.
47 37 .58 1 -45
41 .517 4Vi
44 43 J08 5V4 '"'
42 44 .488 7
42 47 .47 3V f
39 47 .433 18 '
37 48 .435 HVi

Today's Games
. v ;
Chicago at New York (N)
Kansas City at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Boston (N)'
Detroit at BalUmore (N) -:
Yesterday's Results5
f First Camsl
Cleveland 000 300 020 0- 1
New York 001 030 flOl 27 14 1
McLish, Ferrarese, Bell .(8-9) and
Fitzgerald.
Ditmar, Duren, Maas (T-5) an3
Berra.

m (Second Game) ;
Cleveland 000 000 000-0 5 0
New York 020 001 10x-4 fi ,,

Smith (0-1). Grant. Garcia nrt
Brown.
Shantz (4-2) and. Berra.
(Second Game)
Cleveland 000 000 000-fl 5 9
ew-Yorl 020 001 I0x 4 8 0
Smith (0-1), Grant, Garcia and
Brown.
Shantz (4-2) and Berra.
(First Game
2nn 900 inn i a
Chicago
Boston AAA AOI AAA o t
Donovan (6-5), Staley and Lt liar.
White i'ormeles a n 4-
(Second Game
101 011 000-J4 i5 2
010 111 inve 11. .ix
Chicago
Boston
Latman. Moorp rs.fiv stai... t
and Romano. "
Daley1' Fonlele' tl-D.and White.
. (Night Game)
Kansas City 112 006 0004 M1
"'"'""'o uuu UU3 0003 4
0-
. vaiey sturdivant
a n d"
.nuuse
.Walker (7-4),, Loeg and Triando,'
v (Night Game tR5-5
Detroit oon nan nni n
Washington 120 200 00x-5 7 2
Narleski 14-10 Smith n.,..:j-
Schtiltz, Sisler and Berberet.
nscner (g-3), Hyde and Courtney
Sports Briefs
GIANTS SIGN LYNCH

NEW YORK (UPI) Halfback' J
Dick Lynch of Notre Dame ac ac-quired
quired ac-quired from the Washington Red- i
skins this year, has signed his
1959 contract with the New York
Giants. Lynch scored thp tonrhv.

down that broke Oklahoma's
game winning streak in 1957. r

AILMENtVsLOW AUSSIES t
MEXICO CITY, (UPI) An as assortment
sortment assortment of ailments has hit the
Australian tennis squad which is
slated to meet Mexico in a first
round American Zone series this
week end. Neale Fraser, the Aus-
sies' top Davis Cup player,'
missed practice Wednesday be-'
cause of an upset stomach. Roy"
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featured $1,000. seven furlong
sprint tomorrow afternoon.
Th Stud Maqui ace haabeen
topweighted at 126 poundr-but
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xrt Alca-xrt and Pan Tostado-Siete y Medio
entry. He will be ridden, as usual,
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'Siete y Medio, which has been
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pina Alpina also rates a better than out outside
side outside chance. Braulio Baeza will
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Hbmero Hidalgo will handle Pan
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iMaipo which is reportedly is
Igood runner. This filly, owned
' by the Haras Carinthia, will run
fin an er.ry against a field of
'promising three-year-olds at the
Ifive furlong distance.
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day, Tuesday, will tangle again tomorrow.
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LINBSCORE

0 2 .000

Juveniles
I VFW Teeners

200 011 15
000 001 01

Only four native throughbreds Panama American editor Bo 4 Games: Saturday 3:30
were nominated for the $2,000 Law.er. Geraid Si) vera does paBama National Stadium
added 'Clasico Premio Nacional tra-.-ins mnnt. M,r I Monday Night 7:30 p.m. National
(Native Purst Classic) which .will During the months of r P
be run on August 2 at the Presi-j ajtfJgrt .. -oOo-

m "l -T JTif,7im" In tne secono game oi tne tour
n Lin- ?vei the exceptionally im. "... ... m. Tii. ah

. .. EBII1B BCII u w Itiun;

; pressive cod.

uo i ta "
dent Remon jacetrack. The event

it eKcljsivelv for native-brea two

k year olas

m (erica the Juvenile All

!. tu. n..mH A.fA.iit

Kazan ITemal Naik, Mechi and bod na scored foui wins m .Leaeue took a commanding two

King isze wue the nominees. Ka- local aarts, mcluding ea',!game lead by defeating the WW
zan and Treiual Naik will race u vico!;y in Uu '"atw. 1enla" i Teener by a 5-1 score,
an entry. ' ?eluart $300C..ildlt- As in the first game of this

nnn ui juii v.BBii. "v w n. ...... h. Tnvemia A 11 star need.

i. iu h Farrueia conti- best hors" ""TrtM d only one inning, the firtt, to
Trawer Luis H. Farrugia conu t namuion Quidico which did .iah .Innrf

-nee tn have run Oi 080 1UCK.' 7 --

Giant-sized Argentme racer Hur- -o0c--
lingnan. owned by Di. Juan Nel- u.ttlno was above average
son of Lima, Peru, and trained by (air $itvnjay tnd Sunday at the
Fafjgia dieti Wednesday. i (oea .!, Turfitei wagered
It was the fifth or sixth through- 43 aji on i.turday and eame
hrsd unoer Farrugials care that h.,k tB oulh tttw throooh the

has died in the last eight months., mutlWl, wmoowi en Sunday for

total of J133,072 on the two days.

ODO

nfln

' Another highly ratad imported
throug'ibrad will make his dabut
this weakend. Bien, an Arjtn-
in.bia rhaStnut COIttd fiv-

for the win

The WW Teeneri en veil IMem

selves from another stutout when
in the sixth, Reichart came
through with his second sihSle

to score Priester from secono
Manager Alonso sent Rodriguez,
a etrnncr right hanrler In the

mound and he shutout the teen-

ers for tour ana a nau innings,
Rosa dei Aiaipo, ,a three-year- allowing only one nit Maranda,
old Chuean weo grey daughter of t gider took ove m the
A (- -. nn .11. Af 1 i-tnra ie a I art chPnl -r

y.d hir,., will go against I debugs week J g' in Te
Po.ibiemtnt, Kadlr, L.beralo d Jb Dtportedly classy fill rsveg "comoPete new
and Coltro in Sunday's tenth m b i,,,--, fifth race'" ntttaPlete new
rac. tor fifth series racers. J for tht3e-vear-olds. She is owned Ainffg u,,,.

J 5y-. w-e i.v

R'Pn i n son of Burudun out

Rafuiiia He is owned by former

Race Track Graded Entries

ox v., iu. ctnH Cd.iIo An and train-

ed Ly Agustm Soane
0O0

Maese will race under the col-

M. Herte
1st. Race

Jeekey St. ComMient

1- Barracuda
2- Metcor Lady
J-Fidel
4- Rosendi
5- Condotiero
6- Guillotina
T-Sipgaluz

Special' Imp. 5 Fgs. Purse $450.00

1st RACE Or THE DOUBLE

H. Gustines 112 Could score again
H. Hidalgo 104x Rates good chance
. R. Cruz 107x Returns from layoff
B. Aguirre 112 Good early speed
G. Vasquez 103 Has shown nothing
H. Mora 110 -Strong effort in last
B.s Baeza 115 CAn score here

Odds
Peel Closes 1:00

3- 2
4- 1
5- 1
10-1
25-1
2-1
5-2

The nltchine choice of Mane

er Smith for the VFW Teeners

was Worden French for his start

er, he worked six and one half

Mae3ewilirace under the coi-, d iteh d a

ors of Mrs. JSisa at Marimez in Mme. C. Bath relieved

hv r.nis Gnnzava uonza es. rru

French in the seventh, facer! six
1. 1.

men ior one run on no nin.
Costlv errors bv the VFW Teen

ers paved the way for foui of

against

St&rs

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2nd "Race 8th Series Imp. Fgs. Purse $400.00
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 1:30

1- Festival
2- Argosy Royal
8-Rey Belot
4- Sirver Heels
5- Surumeno
6- Mi Cautiva
7- Lo Moscoso
i-D&maiuana

B. Baeza 118 -Enjoyine top from 5-2
No Boy 115 Reportedly ready y 3-1
A. Credidio 108 Early speed only 10-1
S. Carvajal 110 -Nothing recently 50-1
H. Hidalgo 10VX Better this week 4-1
G. Vasquez 110 -Doesn't seem likely 8-1
H. Gustines 124 Seems best here 8-5
No Boy 103 -Would pay juicy odds 10-1

PiniH. in his new trainer

Fractious Calancha. owned by

Feiipe Feraomc Jr. ana traiuca, d
'ff ASfif!;AS. fC.Muled Km The JuvS

Siatier in auuuj mai voj armrUsa hall
The Stud Maracaibos Arancel has! plyI f'sTn1;r 5 ,siphart

WnerTms T F.rru.if was with two for three and L. Frencn
hoLurtrSne
ST ntinSs Wo S W
training .. The Stut' Muriel now Ma Icblm 1 with Jne for two and

farmer tnnnntcher SlirUme.!"'"?. "'". lYl

UVVlln It'l in"-! iu"'i"- -

WALLOP .Barry MacKay
nearly -jumped off the center
court after making the win winning
ning winning shot againsj -Neale Fraser
of Australia at Wimbledon.
Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

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2 t-FestivaJ
3 Sober a no
4 Domltlla
1 Ciria
6 Falange ()

7 His Maiesty
8 Puerto Madero (e)

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"B and C" Nat. 7 Fgs. Purs, $450.00 Pool Closes 2:30
QUINISLA

1- Tingat R. Cruz lllx Ran well last two
2- Dbmitila B, Baeza 108 Mutuels favorite
S-Mellizo H. Gustines 120 Seeks third straight
4- Black Bee 3. Vasquez 104 Improved in last
5- San Vicente J. Samamego 114 Could go all the way
8-Chito No Boy 116 Hard to beat here

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

H. Gustines 108 Form indicates
E. Ortega 100 -ould go all the way
J. Phillips 109 -nRates good chance
B. Baezall7 Cocld hang on here

3- 5
8-1
4- 1
6-5

4th Race "A" Natives 4 Furlongs Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:00

1- Jabalina
2- ftapa
3- Bosilongo
4- Ciria

5th Race

i 1-Alanita
2-Sin Botas

E S-Azabache

"Special" Imp. 5 Fgs. Purs $450.00 Pool Closes 3:40
1st RACK OF THE DOUBLE

no. Oscar Ghius is nis trainer.
Doha Linda and Fille will race
without blinkers beRinning hif
week.
Louer a. Lady Edna, Joyero
Roina and Edimburgo have been
ar-ratenfed and will not appear on

the oft.cial program. The four four-horse
horse four-horse f -ice originally listed on the
unofficial card as the third race
has been canceled.
0O0
Antonio Jordan, Guillerme Mi Milord
lord Milord and Virgilie Castillo each
get si meets for crossing dur during
ing during tne running of Sunday's
races.
Jordan was set down for cross crossing
ing crossing Fiion and Guafamaya with
Rabtblanco. Milord crowded Sin
Botas while riding Singaluz and
Castillo crowded Siete y Medio
and Pan Toslado in the home homestretch
stretch homestretch while piloting Constantino
to victory

All fans and bonstprx are. re.

minded that the third game of
thjs four game series will be

played Saturday morning at nine
thirty at the National Stadium.
The ntthlic la Pnrrliallv inviraH

and the sizeable crowd thit has

attended nave tounfl weii disci disciplined
plined disciplined teams in keen competition.

4- 1
s-
5- 1
2-"
EVEN
EVEN

B. Baeza 108 Early spped only
No Boy 105 Coudl surprise
H. Mora 108 Distance will help

T.t Moment B. Aeuirre 111 In fight to finish

5-(Rosa de Maipo J. Ulloa 112 Reportedly classy

S-F(a,lane H. Gustines 110 seems Dest nere

m Race Sth Serleslmp. 8 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pel Closes 4:10
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Zapaton H. Gustineg 105 Poor effort in last 5-1
2-Lobo R- Cruz 109x Long overdue 3-1
J-Sicabu A. Credidiol03 Better this time 2-1
4- His Majesty B. Baeza 115 Big disappointment 3-1
5- Traipo R- Vasquez 115 Ran well in debut 25-1
6- (Germanio C. QUiros lOOx Not off recent races EVEN
7(Melendez J. Ulloa 110 Depends on start EVEN

Pool Closes 4:40

" LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 225 official at bats)
National Leajrue
G AB R H Pit.

Aaron, Mil 84 345 61 126 365
White, St. L 82 300 48 101 .337
Gilliam, LA 79 283 56 95 .336
Robinson, Cinci 87 326 69 109 .334

Logan, Mil 72 244 30 81 .332
Cepeda, SF 87 350 60 115 .329
Cham, St. L 79 254 34 83 .327
Temple, Cinci 88 356 60 114 .320
Stuart, Pitts 72 243 42 76 .313

Cimoli, St. L 87 348 52 108 .310

7th. Race 7th Serlee Imp. S Fgs. Purse $450.00

r UUIIXIELH
1-Serres Road ., J. Waint 103x Improving steadily
2- Otorongo H. C' tynes 110 Distance to liking
3- Victoria Regina J. ( an 110 -Not good enough
4- Chacotero A. Cit, 'llo 104 Could surprise here
5- Behader . H. Hidlfgo lOOx Nothing In months
6- Brandal H. Mora 112 Fractious; can run
T-(Puerto Madero B. Baeza 112 Should score easily
S-CPlatano R. Cruz HOx Rates chance too

3-1
5-2
10-1
10-1
25-1
3-1

3-5
3-5

Sth Race tth Series Imp. I Fqs. Purse $450.00 Peel Cloes 5:15
ONE TWO

1- Carcaman H. Gustines 113
2- Highland Prince J. Phillips 108

From indicates
Early speed only
Jn fight to finish
rCould surprise here
Nothing recently
Rates good chance-r-JockeV
wilKhelp
Dangerous contender
Distance handicaps,
Doesn't seem slikely
i- Honelflsa g(u" :

Not ready yet

l-Maese J. Ulloa 115

4- Charicleia H. Hidalgo 104x
5- Aldar J. Cadogan 100
S Mikel No BoyllS

7-Skoll B. Baeza 109x
g-Madame Cucu R. Cruz 107$
i-Gouvernant R. Vasauez,llO
10- JIouche No Boy 1Q4
11- (Crews Hill E. Corcho 110x
lZ-fO'lver G. Rambf JOOx

tth; Race 1st. Series Imp. r Fojs. Purse $100.00 7 Peel Closes 5:40

12
5-1
5-1
2 1
2-1

2-1
30-1
3 1

25-1

30-1
4-1

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

20-1
20-1

The box score:

Juvenile Al Stars ab r h e rbl
Lynch, 2b 1110 0
Chacon, 2b' 2 0 0 0 0
Garrido ss 2 10 0 0
Fernandez, s 1110 1
Herrera, 3b 1 0 0 0 1
Clifford, 3b 1 0 1 0 0
Malcolm, If 2 0 10 1
Gonzalez, If 1 0 0 0 0
Tejada, lb 2 0 0 0 0
Sanchez, lb 110 0 0
Sinclair, rf 2 0 0 0 0
Majore, rf 2 0 0 0 0
Rios,.c 8 0 10 1
Alzamora, cf 1 0 0 0 0
Batista, cf 2 10 0 0
Rodriguez, p 1 0 0 0 0
Miranda, p 2 0 0 0 0
Totals 27 5 5 0 4

V.F.W. Teeners
French, L, 2b
Brandon, ss
Huddleston. e

Priester, lb-rf

Smith, cf
Reichart, If

Bettis. 3b

Bateman, lb

Cage, rf

Marcum, 3b

French, W. P
Bath, p

American League

Kuenn, Det

Fox, Chi

Haline, Det

Woodling, Bait
Runnels, Boston
Jensen Bos
Kubek, NY
Skowron, NY

Mantle, NY

Power, Cleve

82 324 55
86 355 48
75 291 47
79 25$ 37
83 321 49
86 315 65
76 290 40
73 281 39
79 299 56
84 340 68

113 .349
119 .335
96 .330
84 .328
105 .327

96 .305
87 .300
84 .299
89 .298
101 .297

Totals

20 1 3 3 1

SUMMARY

1- Quidlco J. Ulloa 126
2- Alpina H. Gustines 104
3- Alcaraz G. Vasquez 106
4- (Pan Tostado H. Hidalgo 96x
5- ( Siete y Medio B. Baeza 115

Track -champion
Lightweieht may help
Quit badly in last
Knocking at door
Would surprise

Utti Race SnY Series Imp." Fgil Puree $400.00 P0I Closes .
8NS ttt ,'

1-Rutilante No Boy 100 -Cl6g up recently 25-1
- .JThe Gipsy 3. Phillips lit .Aiming for right spot 4-1
j-Cordial B. Aguirre 108. Form indicates 3-1
4-E1 Fakir ; H. Hidalgo 105x -Could score here 8-1
g-Apaehe i A. Credidio 113 Distance handicaps 5-1
-!ntroduction 3. Waint lOOx Nothing to recommend 40-1
T-Xhunderitreak E. Dario 100 Poor recent races 15-1

tub Mutueis favorite
113 May so all the way 5-2

Carvaial 110 Aonarentlv off form 10-1

Chalmers 100x -Bad trailer In last 10-1
G. Ramos lOOx Could surprise 10-1

a.f .1rn.-iiHn ...'.ft. Montero

-Gran capitan J. samamego

10-FrJjoHto

11- ( Latino
12- G(reco

M,

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox

Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Lemon, Senators
Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
t Mathews, Braves
' Xrs Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox

Earned runs: VFW Teeners 1,
Juvenile All Stars 1. Left on
base: VFW Teeners 7, Juvenile
All Stars 6. Strike outs by Ro

driguez z, Miranda 3, French 2,
T il v .

xsaui u. Base on Dans: Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez 4. Miranda 5, French 3,
Bath 2. Winning pitcher; Rodri
guez. Losing pitcher: French Pa Pa-redes
redes Pa-redes struck out for Rodriguez In
the 5th Ilmnirea- rtorrio mH n

laciregul. Scorer: Brandon. Tim.

1:47.

85
8ft
76
67
66

79
71
68
61

27
23
24
24
18

31
28
23
22
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21

J Ai r i-r., leave Tocumen Airport
T 7 f ss Vy Saturday morning and
sZ4 I S S Ji return from San Jose

LEADING
PITCHERS
-1
(Based en 10 er mere decisions)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L
14 0
14 4
10 4
10 5
11 6

Face, Pirates
Antonelli, Giants
Mizell Cards
Law, Pirates
Drysdale, Dodgers

AMERICAN LEAGUE

McLish, Indiana

Shaw, White Sox
Fischer, Senators
wuheim, Orioles
Pappas, Orioles

11 3
8 3
8 3
10 4
10 4

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.717
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chalet-styled, on G-1 Street, El
Cangrejo, with hot water, laundry
conveniences, garage, etc. For
information: Tel. 3-6634.
FOR- RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment living room, din dining
ing dining room, hot water, curtains,
maid's room, garage, etc. $120.
49th street, "laabelita Building ".
Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Completely private
on Tranmsthmian highway, three
bedroom residence, two baths,
living and dining room, studio,
maid's and gardener's quarters,
garage for two cars. The house
is very Cool all day and night.
For more information call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2766, during office
hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Two bedroom, living room,
dining room, stove refrigerator,
independent. Bella Vista, 43rd.
Street No. 64.
New Austrian
Cabinet Sworn-in
VIENNA (UPl) Austria's new
coalition govecojBBn t headed by
conservativehatreellor Julius
Raab was sworn into office
today by President Adolf
Schaerf.
Raab's cabinet is a coalition of
the conservative People's Party
and the Socialists. Agreement to
form it was reached after nine
weeks of negotiations in the wake
of socialist general election gains.
The Socialist Paryt has five
ministers in the cabinet to four
for the People's party. The Social Socialists
ists Socialists took over the foreign ministry
from the People's party and ex ex-foreign
foreign ex-foreign minister Leopold Figl be became
came became speaker of the House.
Socialist conservative coalit coalitions
ions coalitions have governed Austria sinie
1945.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court for the
District of the Canal Zone
Balhoa Division
In the matter of the Estate of Bride
E. Phelps, deceased. Probate No. 9532.
Notice to creditors.
Notice is hereby given that all per persons
sons persons havlne. claims against Bride E.
Phelps, deceased, are required to file
them, v.'ith the necessary vouchers, in
the Office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court at Ancon, Canal
Zone, or to exhibit them, with the nec necessary
essary necessary veuehers, to the undersigned
Administrator with the wll! annexed,
at the office of Attorney h. S. Carring Carring-ton,
ton, Carring-ton, located at Number 17-56. thirteenth
Avenue formerl Calle Estudiante)
Panama City, on or before the 29th day
of April 1960. or they will t forever
barred. Said claims must t supported
by the affidavit of the claimant or
someone In his behalf, showing that
the amount is justly due, that no pay payments
ments payments have been made thereon which
are not credited and that there are no
set-offs to the same to the knowledge
of the affiant.
Dated June 26. I9S9.
Malnert J. Peterson
Administrator, C.T.A.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Pied Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo,
on new can
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
PLASTIC SURGEONS MEET
LONDON (UPI)-Eight-hundred
of the world's leading plastic
XUrCnoni rnnrliiHoH th. fir. I ..
- .,,, mat uaj
of a five-day congress last night
ai a reception in London g his historic
toric historic Guildhall Hlohlioht rtf the
opening session was a report oy
ut. jsamur, f.siie of Toronto, ( an-
ada. On the Slirreasfiil trnncnlanf
of a tooth bud from sister to
brother.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: MIAMI DELIVERY
on er about uly 1 1 brand new
Impale Convertible Color Harbor
Blue, 6 cylinder engine, equip equipped
ped equipped with Turboglidc, Push But Button
ton Button Radio, W. W. Tires, for $2, $2,-776.00.
776.00. $2,-776.00. Call Mrs. Brown, Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-1759 from 2:00 to 5:00
p.m. or Jack Kerr, Colon 800.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, station wagon, 15,000
miles. Balboa 2-1569.
FOR SALE: Dodge 49, 2-door,
good condition, 4 good tires.
$250.00. Call 3-3169, 3:30 to
10:00.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl., standard, radio,
heater, 16,000 miles, leaving for
States. Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac two
door, hardtop, call 82-3117 or
84-5216.
PERSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Lost Articles
REWARD: For return of lost
wallet containing important pa paper.
per. paper. Phone Mr. Demer Cristobal
3-1241 (office) or 3-1794 (res (residence)
idence) (residence)
LOST: Black and white dog,
small long hair female, reward.
Call 2-2476.
Ralph Smith
Paces Diablo
Body Builders
Ralph Smith was the big man
at this week's weight training
contest held in the muscle cham chamber
ber chamber pi the Diablo gymnasium,
The lifts for this week were
drawn from the hat by club sec
retary Mable Eberenz. They
were the squat, upright row rowing
ing rowing and sit-ups. This was the
first time this year that the lat
ter two exercises have been
drawn. Other lifts that could
have been drawn were the bench
press, the military press, the..
dead lift, the curl and parallel
bar dips.
Due, to, the nature of the lifts
selectedi' this' week,, the totals
are not as impressive as in
weeks past. However, although
less weight was worked with, the
exercises werP among the most
difficult in the iron-game.
Ralph sewed up the entire con
test with his fine work on the
sit-ups. This lift is done on in
clined board with a weight be
hind the head. The repetitions
are allowed in this exercise.
Smith used twenty-five pounds
and completed ten reps.
Gary Hutchinson took second
place in the meet but earned
first place in Upright Rowing lis
wun live repetitions wim su.y
pounds for a total of300 lbs.
Smith's tolal for thp entire
meet was 1125 nounds. Second
place Hutchinson handled 1025
oounds. Third nlace was taken
by Bob Meyers vi'h i mm
The next contest will take place
as part of the Diablo Gymna Gymnasium's
sium's Gymnasium's Night of Fun on the night
of Wednesday July 22 at seven o'-
ciock.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET

New Orleans Service Sails Arrivs
' Cristobal
YAQUE July 17 July 25
MORAZAN Julv 21 Julv 29
ULUA Auk. 1 Aug. 8
YAQUE Aug. 8 Aug. 15
MORAZAN Aug. 15 Aug. 22
"Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carro

New York Service Sails Arrives
"""" Cristobal
"COMAYAGUA Julv 81 July 27
JUNIOR Julv 24 Aur. 2
"SAN JOSE Aug. 4 Aug. 9
M ETA PAN Aug. 11 Aug. 16
PARISMINA Aug. 18 Aug. 23
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEXITA Every (15) Dayg
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Retcrn .$400.00

CRISTOBAL

Miscellaneous

FOR SAL!: Freeier, lea fcax,
cala, mast siicar, cash register,
cupboards. Phena 3-4551.
FOR SALE: Lounging chair
chaap. Call office hours, Pana
ma 3-7938.
Pamela (rormely of Cocoli) ha
returned from Now York and
would b at Clayton Beauty Shop
from July 21st. 1959. For ap appointments
pointments appointments call Clayton S1 18.
FOR SALE: Winchester modal
52 sporrer, calibro .22 loni rifla,
with model 48F Lyman pap
light, radfield ramp sight and
unartl 6X scop. All in new con condition.
dition. condition. $200. Call Balboa 2942
during office hours.
FOR SALE: Living roon) furni furniture,
ture, furniture, Silvertone television 24'
screen, Dumont 4 speed, 1 5 watt
amplifier, bargain price. Phono
Panama 3-0179, 21 Street Cen Central
tral Central No. 5-07. Apt. 5, Panama.
FOR SALE: Aged natural ma ma-nure
nure ma-nure at giva-away prices by th
truckloadf. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 200 shares Chlrlea Chlrlea-na
na Chlrlea-na d Leehe, (Chiriqul Milk
Corp.) Call Balboa 1285.
FOR SALE : Ralaxaeiier, like
new. $100.00. Panama 3-3120.
FOR SALE: 12 c. ft. Frlgi Frlgi-daire,
daire, Frlgi-daire, 2-door, cross top froaiar
SVl hp. "Seabee" outboard
Chila trike, large tlx, apply
301 -A, Coco Solo.
FOR SALE: Modern sofa, arm
chair with foot stool, two basket
chairs, $150.00, Electric heather
40 gal. $30.00. 43rd. street No.
19, 3-0468.
Buffalo Maintains
Two-Game Margin
In International
NEW YORK, July 17 -(UPI)
The Buffalo Bisons tease the op op-rjosition
rjosition op-rjosition and then stomp them in
to submission.
Knffaln iravp nn two TUnS 0
Montreal in the 11th inning last
of its own to edge the Royals.
7-6.
In Other games, Toronto nipped
Rochester, 5-4, Miami f h m t n
Richmond, 1-0, and Havana de defeated
feated defeated Columbus, 5-3. ..
The Bisons had to come from
X I .1 L.fn f-U att AAiilrl

Denina twice uciuic wt; m
ei" rA:aiinnaS;Along The Fairways

al League. Trailing S-0 Buffalo
scored twice In the seventh and
two more in the eighth. The Roy Royals
als Royals tUd the count In the ninth
only to lose in extra innings.
Tim Thnmnsnn'i ninth Inning
homer provided Toronto's winning
. U..(n T U A
margin over rwinrsin. j u n
Easter gave the Red Wings a one one-n,n
n,n one-n,n riichinn in thp ninth, but the
lead was erased as the Maple
Leafs picked up tneir fourin win
in five games.
A two-hitter by Herb Moford en enabled
abled enabled the runner-up Marlins to
keep pace with Buffalo A Miami
marker in the sixth inning gave
Moford his second win in three
decisions.
FINANCES CRAMPS CHILE
SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) Lack
of funds will limit Chilean partici participation
pation participation in the Pan American
Games in Chicago next month to
equestrian competition. The Chile Chilean
an Chilean Olympic Committee said sev several
eral several queries sent to the organizing
committee in Chicago about what
financial aid could be expected
went unanswered.

TELEPHONES:
2121 PANAMA.2-2904

, ..,., .u. m ,u. .u,y y. I T0flav

FOR SALI: 11.6 c. ft an an-aral
aral an-aral Electric refrigerator, 2 month
old, 59 modal. Brand new porch
sot Guatemalan. Living room eat.
Balboa 4495. Afternoons.
FOR SALE:; Wettinghouia
Laundromat and dryer. Excellent
condition, phone Navy 2294 0
Curundii 3190.
FOR SALE: Practically new Rat.
tan reclining chair with Ottoman
Foam Rubber Cushion. Call 25 25-3109
3109 25-3109 after 5.00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Norge washer and
dryer twins. $150.00. Phona Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 5131.
FOR SALE: Easy washer, $85;
Singer sawing machine, $70;
chest of drawers, $35; vanity
dresser, $40; night table, $5;
Trans-Oceanic radio, $55; RCA
21" console TV, $90; rose
bushe. S3-7219.
FOR SALE: 8 strand (actional
bamboo, nest table, corner and
coffee table, drop leaf table, agg agg-ashell
ashell agg-ashell all wool rug from Peru,
9x11 Vi. Curundu 5123.
FOR SALI: (HOUSEHOLD
GOODS) Leaving for States.
Appliaanc: Freexer, washer,
dryer, plane, gas r a-n g e, solid
mapla bedroom sat. Dodge 1956
Cornette Lancer, 25,000 miles,
duty paid. Phone 3-1813, behind
French Embassy, La Cresta.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Fibreglass boat, new
with outboard motor, 33 h.p. and
trailer. Call Arena Elmar, S.A.
Tel. 3-0706.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Room, $20.00,
$22.50 and room $30.00 per
month. Sabanas 2-1508, 3-0850.
FOR RENT: Furnished room In
family house with closet, inde independent
pendent independent service, hot water and
bed lining. Wanted responsible
person. Jose Gabriel Duque, Ave.
No. 32, La Cresta.
Car Rentals
Weekending at Santa Clara? Rent
a Hertxcar from Fiesta. Tel. 3
4568, lobby El Panama Hilton.
PWGA AT GAMBOA SATURDAY
By M. DALTON
The Panama Women's Golf As Association
sociation Association invites all lady golfers
to join up and test their golfing
prowess tomorrow on the hills of
the Gamboa Golf and Country
Club.
This, the regular month PWGA
Tournament, will be known as
the "Adios to Bobbie Hughes
Day" so Pearl Trim, the PWGA
president, has been beating the
drums to bring out all members
or tentative members of the as association.
sociation. association. So far she has rounded up the
following golfing gals those not
signed up at this time will be
cordially welcomed it they turn
up next Saturday morning at
Gamboa.
Starting times and lineup will
be:
8:05 Ethel Perantie,, Cleo
Bruns, Connie Bishop
8:10 Ruth Daniel, E. Steven Stevenson.
son. Stevenson. 8:15 Bobbie Hughes Bev Dil-
fer, Pearl Trim.
8:20 Ruth Tortoricci, Jean
Sullivan, Alyce French.
8:30 Helen Owens, Glnny
Senn, Nellie Humpheries.
8:35 Fran Twomey, E. Borgis.
8:45 Ann Lawson, Camalia
Thornsworth, E. Medinger.
Tourist Snack Bar
In Collosseum
Unsets Council
ROME (UPI) A group of
Rome Community Council mem members'
bers' members' insisted yesterday that a
snack bar recently installed in
the ancient colosseum be closed
down because it "profanes an
historic monument."
The council was bitterly split
over the issue of the snack bar
within the walls of the nearly
2,000-year-old stadium where
Christians were once thrown to
thp lions.
Critics fear that the precedent
of allowing a bar to operate in inside
side inside the Colosseum would open
the way for installation of res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, souvenir shops and sim similar
ilar similar enterprises.
Other council members, how however,
ever, however, think the bar should stay
as a convenience to tourists. They
say it is efficiently operated, un unobtrusive
obtrusive unobtrusive and in accordance with
health standards.
The council planned a secret
vote in the near future t0 decide
whether the bar stays or goes.
PRISON BILL SIGNED
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi-
rlaanf iriatnliHtraa ira.ato.wvl a m rinerl
a money bill alloting one million
dollars to begin construction of a
new federal prison for hardened
criminals near Marion, Hi. ine
mn provided $648,941,000 to oper-
to ihm .Qtnto nnl Tiietl" Tloftarr.
Iments and the federal eourti In
me current fiscal year.

FOR SAUi Let 500 ai 1.000
motara, m the Neere Hipodromo
Urbaalxetie- across the Rem
Racetrack. All let with etrec
front. Mwaga, watet aula an)
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
Tel. 4-0976.

FOR SALE: Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid'a
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, g"9 land 1,800
m. 9th. Street Ne. 28, San
Francisco.
FOR SALI: 33 hectare of farm
land 65 mile from Panama City
'1 mil river on sid. Las Guias,
Panama, $3,500 cash. Box 2835
Cristobal, C.Z., Louis Davis.
WANTED
WANTED: Housekeeper, Eng English
lish English speaking, child care, ome
cooking, feed salary. Paltilla, call
3-0099.
WANTED: Bilingual cretrle
with shorthand, salary depend
en ability. Wanted 2 secretaries
for temporary work. Serviclet y
Coloeacione. Camara d Comer
do, building No. 9.
Chase Manhattan's
Net Earnings Soar
To $2.24 Per Share
The Chase Manhattan Bank's
net operating earnings for the
first six months of 1959 rose to
$29,430,000, or $2.24 per share,
compared with $28,177,000 or $2. $2.-14
14 $2.-14 per share, for the like period
of 1958, based on the 13,167,000
shares of the bank's stock now
outstanding.
Sales of securities during the
six months ending June 30 result
ed in net losses of $l5,475,uw ar
er taxes in contrast to net prof profits
its profits of $20,938,000 during the first
six months of last year.
Deposits on June 30, were $7, $7,-134,234,000
134,234,000 $7,-134,234,000 compared with $7,438, $7,438,-170,000
170,000 $7,438,-170,000 a year earlier. Capital,
surplus and undivided profits to to-totaled
totaled to-totaled $644,066,000 at mid year
1959 against $619,645,000 at mid mid-vear
vear mid-vear 1958. Total assets amounted
to $8,053,251,000 and $8,402,417,-
000 the respective compar-
ntiviTriatesA
Leans (including mortgages) as
of June 30 totaled $3,988,363,000
compared witU $3,747,470,001) m
June 30, 1958.
U.S. government Obligations
held by the bank at end of June
amounted to $1,379,790,000 compar compared
ed compared with $1,881,410,000 on the
same date a year ago. State,
Municipal and other securities to totaled
taled totaled $484,371,000 compared with
$486,435,000.
While Ex-Convict
On Trial or Rape
01 ll-Yr.-Old Negro
nAT.F.TriW NC (UPI) The
case of a white ex convict
accused of raping h 11-year-old
Negro girl went to an all-white Jury
in Walcn County Superior Court
tod fly
Testimony in the trial of Ralph
Too RoHs 3fi. of Arex. N.C., was
completed yesterday and defense
attorneys concluded their swrim3 swrim3-ti
ti swrim3-ti Ana rWoro court recessed for
4-Via 1ot7
A summation by District Solici
tor Lester V. Chalmers Jr. ana
th. rhorup hv .Tudce Malcolm C.
Paul wprp scheduled before the
jury got the case today.
Betts. who was released, from
last vear after serving a
term for assault on a young white
girl, is accused of forcing Mary
Lois McDougal into his car, driv driving
ing driving to a wooded area and raping
her at gunpoint. He was captured
a short time after the girl re reported
ported reported the attack when officers
chased his car to a roadblock.
Will Yarborough, chief defense
attorney, argued to the jury
Wednesday that a man who would
molest a child "has a disease and
you don't send a man with a dis dis-pbp
pbp dis-pbp to the eas chamber."
Betts faces a death penalty if
he is convicted without a recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for mercy.
Yarborough also insisted that
the prosecution had not linked
Betts to the attack on the girl.
He attacked variances in prose prosecution
cution prosecution testimony describing the
chase.
In a surprise move after the
defense had rested Its case, the
state sent a young white girl to
the Ftand to testify that Betts had
lured her into his car the day of
the attack on the McDougal girl.
CHINA GETS SHIP
TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI) An,
American minesweeper has been
turned over to Nationalist China's
navy the U.S. military advisory
group announced. The announce'
ment said Chinese crew members
would sail the shin to Formosa in
October after completing
a three
month training period in the Unit
ed States.
SEES ADENAUER
BONN (UPI)-John J. McCloy.
former U.S. high commissioner in
Germany, conferred here today
with West German Chancellor Kon Kon-rad
rad Kon-rad Adenauer.

GUIDE I

By SAM SHULSKY
Q. We are in our 70s. with
social security, nearly 500 A. T.
ana i.. some Duauesne Light.
New .England Telephone, 50 Pan-
tepec, 810,000 in savings and
loans, $75,000 m savings banks.
We have been advised to put
$20,000 into N. Y. City 3s to
save on taxes, or to buy Trea Treasuries.
suries. Treasuries. A. The N. Y. City 3s ere an
excellent security, yielding dose
to four per cent if you figure
he yield to maturity, Trea Treasuries
suries Treasuries also would yield you as
much but the income, would be,
of course, taxable.
You don't say what vour tax
problem is. Your social security
is exempt. Your age gives vou
and your wife double exaniDtions.
plus more favorable medical de
ductions. If you still have a tax
problem, the N. Y. City 3s
would make a fair security for
you, although not too much
more to a current basis
than you are getting from the
savings accounts.
I don't think there is too
much reason for you to do any anything
thing anything unless the tax problem is
pressing or unless you need more
income. In the latter ease, I
would be tempted to go into
good grade stocks paying around
4 1-2 or into some convertible
debentures paying about the
same.
(What's that 50 shares of Pan-
tepec doing threr?)
Q. About two years ago, I
started an investment elub of
to members paying $10 a month.
We have about 25 shares each
of Am. Cyanamid, General Mo Mo-otrs
otrs Mo-otrs and General Public Utilities.
Considering Foremost Dairies and
Commonwealth Edison except
that two members believe we
should put it all into one stock,
Others favor diversification. What
do you think?
A. I certainly favor the diver
sification. An investment of $2,-
4uu in inree siocks seems eon-
centrated enough for a small
group.
Q. I have $30,000 in savings
l want to invest for retirement
income. But will stocks continue
-j
iu auvauue, or win mere ne a
price readjustment this year? I
tninic perhaps I ought to wait.
I am 65 and retired and need
more .jaepme for vthJimmediste
ruture. -t r
A. The train w leaving the
station and you're still wonder wondering
ing wondering whether you ought to buy a
ticket today or wait for a possi possible
ble possible cut in prices tomorrow.
All the time you have been
building up this cash and te
value of the dollar has been go going
ing going down) you should have been
acquiring securities on a regu regular
lar regular periodic basis. Now you are
faced with the problem of putt putting
ing putting $30,000 to work for you at
the highest prices for common
stocks in all history.
I don't know whether the
market is going to continue
climbing or go into a "price re readjustment."
adjustment." readjustment." .i?.
But it does seen to me that
you are going to have to begin
buying stock now regardless of
prices, Split up the sum you
want to invest and buy over a
period of two or three years,
at regular intervals.
Cricket News
SEYMOUR-SURREY
MATCH ABANDONED
Seymour Agency 64
Surrey 16 for 4
The Seymour Agency-S u r r e y
cricket match played in honor
and dedicated to former cricket
star Wilton "Doc" Ford at the
Mt. Hope ball park had to be a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned after a heavy shower
during the closing innnings of the
match made further play impos impossible.
sible. impossible. Calling, the coin correctly cap captain
tain captain Chester DeSousa of the Sur Surrey
rey Surrey club sent the visiting Sey Seymour
mour Seymour club to bat on a damp
wicket. The Insurancemen after
some difficulty were able to make
a final score of 64 runs with Ed Edgar
gar Edgar Roberts 26, Roy Best 11, El Elbert
bert Elbert Belgrave 10 and Kanute
Bathwaite 10 as the chief run run-getters.
getters. run-getters. Bowling for the S u r r e y i t e s,
"Chicken" Hewitt took 4 wic'jets
for 4 runs, Huntley Mignot 2 for
18, Chester DeSousa 3 for 30 and
Robert Waterman 1 for 12. The
Surrey club in its turn at the
wickets had compiled a total of
16 runs for the loss pf 4 wickets
when, the intervention of a heavy
downpour rendered the pitch un unplayable.
playable. unplayable. During the recess between in innings
nings innings the honoree Doc Ford was
the recipient of a beautiful gift
from the members and well wish wishers
ers wishers of the Seymour Agency club.
The presentation was made by
Marcus Grannum skipper of the
club amidst thunderous applause
from tne large orown mat attend
ed the match,
vt. roro expressed nis appre
Tciation for the fine gesture, made
by his former teammates and
stated that the entire day's acti
vities will always be remember
ed by him. Immediately follow
ing the match both clubs vwere
entertained in an atmosphere of
complete cordiality and comrade comradeship.
ship. comradeship.

i Opening

STOCK PRICES
NEW VOP1T JuItt TTtw
Stocks opened mixed today ia
fairlv Mjt.iuA 4-Ai;..
sv m aa.ui4r..
T-. j w.
j-nce cnanges in the main litb.
were limitori tA sm.u -t;
the most part with a few lar
62UV
Advocate Asbestos
Allegahany Com
Aluminium LtdA
Amer CyananWr
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celaoese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmoliv
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont
El Paso Natural Cat
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General 'plywood
Gulf. Oil
Harsco Steel
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
New Eng Tel and TJ
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
Royal Dutch SheM
San Jacinto
Servo Crop
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and flag
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobil
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
Sterling precision
Studebaker-Packard
Textron
Underwood"
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Oppose Medical Plan
WASTrrwrrriw ttbt
spokesman for two organization;
" p-iouuo luudj opposed mi
hill rn nrnvMa fi. -1

ior social security pensioners otr
grounds it would rtpnrlira Miom M

their freedom of choice. 1

Ethel Percy Andrus, represent- 'k
mg the Natfonal Retired Teachers
Assn. and the American Assn. of
Retired Persons, said, "The in-"
dividual citizen, with the prooer
advice, is rannhln nf tmriaotJna

his income and allocating his re-,
suurces 10 meei necessities Of
livine. Jnclndine navmnrlta
his own health care. X,
Shft tnln rrto TTnueo W.va mmA7

" "..,- Jiaja auit I
Means Committee, "To compel i

me eiaeny citizen to accent aB
additional nntlav nf rlnTlori In rtto
form of required benefits is .to'
deny him the American right or
free choice and the freedom of
independent action."
Mrs. Anririift fpatifierT .eufnet an
bill presented by Rep. Alme J.i
Forand (D-R.I.) which would, fit'
effect,' provide persons on social
security rolls with paid-up medl-v
cal and hospital insurance, thr
plan would be financed by higher
social security taxes on worker
and their4 'employers.
Mrs. ; Andrus suggested instead
a nationwide private medical and
hospital insurance plan for elderly
persons administered byan inde independent
pendent independent board of trustees. Partie-1
ipation would be voluntary. The
government would deduce from!
Initial aiaHrt1Wl4-t nAn.l... XL. m. L
m iums of persons ho signed up.,
President Walter P. Reuther of'
ed the Forand bill. He described,
it as "a wen considered, care;
fully thought out, practical pro1
posal."
Reuther said the plan was, the)
only practical way to movide ade
ouate medical eare for the-
"decided if not overwhelming"
mainritv of n 1 rl r mmiuii vIia
have no health insurance.

SPORTS BRIEFS SPORTS 1
YANKS TO HOST OLDTIMIRS
NEW VOBK fTTPn W.tt.

Hoyt, Allie Reynolds and Jackitv

Komnson nave accepted lrmta.
tiofts to appear at Yankee StadU i
unV Aug. 8 for the New York Yan-
kees' annual. Oldtimers Day ele

prauon.

SELL SURPLUS DIAMONDS
WASHINGTON (UPI) Th
House Armed Services Committee i
today approved government'
nlani in aoll thru mtlMnn jfall.r

f 1 ..... . . lilt..!.',, ..M. W J
worth of surplus diamonds and

otner minerau. -,

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-iFKIDAT, JULY 17, 1959

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NZWSPAPEB
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HOTTER THAN THE REAL THING James Sewart. center.

and "interpreter" Glenn Corbett, right, sweat out inspection of
credentials in Arizona's Superstition mountains during fllminf-j
of "The Mountain Road." Temperatures sizzle at 119 degree )
as the wartime tale of a Chinese road is filmed. Kenn th -j
scene who "fought" the real road say movie is even tougherj

AfOVtAS PANAMA AWAYS

PANAMA
KINGSTON
(Jamaica)

Today's JV Program

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Mr. Wiuird
KIDS KLUB
Sky Kln
PANORAMA
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7:M Pat Boon
S OO Prry Comn
:00 Person To Pnon
:30 Colonel Fluck
10:00 Wreslllni
11:00 CFN NEWS
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Isthmus during a four-day visit here, left behind them a life-saving souvenir to the needy of Panama. They added Santo Tom as
Hospital to the list of "ports" where they have contributed blood for the needy. The 39 men shown here took time from a busy

schedule of shipboard dutv, tours and parties to participate in the program sponsored Dy rearo mirupi ri-si w yi w
of Foreign Wars. They represent the frigates HMCS Sussexvllle. Ste. Therese, Stettler and Beacon Hill, which left this mornina
to continue on a training cruise.

Potter OK's Contract For Installation,
Design Of PC Traffic Control Computers

Fidel Castro Resigns As Rremierg
Brother Raul Calls For Serenityf
HAVANA, July 17 (UPI) Fidel Castro has resigned as Primer Minister of Cuba, his brother Raul Castro al3
today. (
Raul, who is chief of the Cuban armed forces, said Eidel would report to the people by radio on his reasons toV.
night.
In a brief statement broadcast over the rebel radio, Raul called on the nation to maintain serenity and wait for;

his brothers pronouncements.
Raul said the people should keep calm "and wait for the responsible and convincing words from Dr.
Castro."

Fidel

The rebel radio also called on

the working class to remain at
their jobs and said workers
should Hot resort to any strike
action which "only serve the
enemy interests in the nation."

News of Castro's impending
resignation swept like wildfire
across the city. The executive
board of the giant Cuban
Confederation of Labor met
in emergency session to draft
measure to prove their sup sup-pert
pert sup-pert for Castro.
The organized University Stu

dents Federa t i o n called on
members to De ready for simi similar
lar similar demonstrations.

Castro's decision to resign
was confirmed by the official
newspaper of Castro's "26th of

July Movement."

"Revolucion put out an ex extra
tra extra with a five and one-half
Inch headline: "Fidel Resigns."
The newspaper said it learn

ed that Castro "took in the last

few hours the decision to re
sign his job which he accept

ed some few months ago be

cause of the imperative na
tional need."

,. A contract for the design and
supervision of the installation of
S modern marine traffic control
system for the Panama Canal was

completed feasibility studies for
the Panam Canal Company. Its
report at that lime outlined several

ways in which traJlic nandiing

tened Thursdav with the New' could be improved, and recom

York firm of Uitms and hiii.
The approval of the contract by
Qpv. William E. Potter was the
second major step he has taken
this week toward increasing the
Canal's capacity. He announced
earlier this week that the Gaillard
Cut widening project will proceed
st an increased tempo. The new
tnarine traffic control system will
modernize ship dispatching anJ
scheduling, thus providing for fast faster
er faster ship transits.
Gibbs and Hill has previously

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mended a $2,000,000 program.

Tht nw iytm, to b fully
oprtiv 30 months frbm now,
will utilin digital computer to
schedule ships in the most effi efficient
cient efficient manner. It will provide for
the most efficient use of locks,
lock crews, and pilots time.
Schedules emanating from the
computer may be "printed our"
in the dispatcher's office, in the
Port Captains' offices and at
each locks; and may be altered
within seconds after introduc introduction
tion introduction into the machine of new ca
nal conditions, unexpected ship
arrivals or emergencies, at the
discretion of the dispatcher.
While in the Canal, all ship W

ations will be monitored by a
"hyperbolic ratio" svstem, similar

to the famous Decca aerial and

marine navigation system in use
in many parts of the worlds.

Also to be incorporated new pi

lot radio, working in V1IK frequen

tly tanal facilities. It will glv
hard pressed pilots better, and
continuous information at all
times during their transits, result resulting
ing resulting in fewer delays, less possibi possibility
lity possibility of accidents in Caillared Cut
and Gatun Lake, and an overall
increase in canal capacity.

A main advantage of the system

according to Champion, is that it

will permit a computer to do what
it does best schedule ships; and
that a dispatcher todo what he
can do best that is, exercise jusd-
menl-
Contrary to popular opinion a a-bout
bout a-bout electronic computers, they do
not eliminate the need for people.
Marine traffic controllers and pi pilots
lots pilots will work together as be before,
fore, before, but with improved, modern
instruments.

Search Underway
For Overdue Plane
01 Rich Argentine
At least three aircraft were out

cies, and automatically displayed 1 searching today lor a small pri pri-pilot
pilot pri-pilot advisory information giving Vate plane lost somewhere over

Panama City Woman

Has Purse Stolen

By Auto Hijacker
The Docketbook. of a Panama

City woman was wrested out of
her hand yesterday as she and

a companion were driving a
long Balboa Avenue.

The theft had all the ear

marks of a well-organized man

euver by thieves with automo
biles at their disposal.
While Mrs. E. A. B. Rimming

ton and Mrs. Ignacio Molino

were driving along the avenue
in the former's automobile, a
slow-moving car in front of
them came to a stop blocking
Mrs. Rimmington's car while

another automobile drove up a
lonaside from behind.

A man stepped out of the

second car, grabbed Mrs. Rim
mineton's purse out of the an

tomoblle and ran back to his

car which had another man at

the wheel and drove away be before
fore before the surprised women could
civ out. J

Mrs. Rimming t o received
several scratches on her hand
while attempting to hold on to
the purse, which contained her
licenses, other important pa

pers and some money.

data to every pilot, continuously

generally similar to that now re

ceived from the ball and cone sign

als. The entire pilot and advisory
unit will be in a single package,

smaller and lighter than the Port

able radio now carried aboard h1

each pilot.

All electronic equipment will be
fully transistorized, lightweight
and modern. Existing equipment,
such as the new micro-wave tele telephone
phone telephone system across the Isthmus,
will be fully utilized as part of
the new system.
Tht contract was signed by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Potter and Edward I,. Cham Champion.
pion. Champion. Vice President of Gibbs and
Hill.
Adoption of a modern schedul scheduling
ing scheduling and monitoring system,- with
its attendant improved communi communications
cations communications between ships and the
Marine Traffic Controller, will
permit "optimum" use of txist-

$100

Sergio Jurado, 35 year-old Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian cabdriver. was fined $100
and given a suspended 15-day
jail sentence in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today for drunken
driving in the Canal Zone.
lie was also placed on one

years probation, during which enough fuel for aboutfive

the jail sentence could be invok

ed for violation, and he was or ordered
dered ordered to surrender his Canal
Zone operator's license for a pe period
riod period of one year.

Onlral America

The plane, a single-engine Beech
Bonanza belonging to a socially
prominent Argentine millionaire is
unreported since taking off Iron
Managua, Nicaragua, July 8. A-

Lfboard were the plane's owner.

Juan Jose Blaquier, pilot i-uis

Mendiville and possibly a secon.i
crewman.
A request for search aid was
received from the Argentine Em Embassy
bassy Embassy here through diplomatic
channels and a U.S. Air Force
C-54 was dispatched from Albrook

Field before 8 this morning
Air Force authorities said the
fovir-engined plane will scan a
1300-mile search course, criss cross
ing over the coastal air route be between
tween between Managua and Tocumen.
Another military aircraft, a C-

47 bound for El Salvador, took
off this morning and wi,l search
the direct Atlantic air route the
Bananza might have flown.
In addition, a U.S. Air FMve
mission, helicopter from Managua
is engaged in an air search over
the surrounding are there.
Argentine Embassy officials here
said today an Argentine Air Force
plane was en route here to aid
in the search but Albrook Field

has not yet hadconfirmation of

such an arrival.
The missing Bonanza left Mana Managua
gua Managua at 10 a.m. July 8 and should
have arrived at Tocumen aoout
1 p.m. the same day. It carried

hours

Weather Or Not

This weather report for tns 14
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared bv the Meteorological

and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

A-Sub Swordfish
Takes (Z Brass
Diving In Bay

The brassy Confidentially, it

sinks
When? Today, aboard the nu nuclear
clear nuclear submarine Hwordfish.

Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, boss
of military forces in tne Carib

bean Command, lomeci
Navy for a brief tour of duty
aboard the Swordfish. Fellow
sa?lor for the occasion was veteran-submariner
Rear Admiral
Lewis S. Parks, Commandant ol
the Fifteenth Naval D'jtrict
The two high-ranking offi officers
cers officers trmned the cuest list of a

small group of military officers
who were aboard the Swordfish

when she pulled away nom
Rodman Naval Station early
this morning to continue to
Pearl Harbor for duty with the
Pacific Fleet.
Cdr. Shannon D. Cramer,
Jr., skipper of the sub, and
his highly-trained crew of 84
officers and men executed
the command to dive off the
Perlas Islands. After the sub submerged
merged submerged demonstration, the
Swordfish surfaced and the
visitors were transferred to
the waiting Navy minesweep minesweeper,
er, minesweeper, the USS Falcon, which re returned
turned returned them to Rodman late
this afternoon.
Ann the Swordfish. with a

full head of atomic-produced
steam, headed for Hawaii, con con-Mnriinir
Mnriinir con-Mnriinir a t.hree-dav visit to the

Isthmus which gave more than
5(in visitors a first-hand glimpse

of the latest developments in

military sea power.

"It is also known that the
reasons for this decision will 1
undoubtedly shake public o o-pinion
pinion o-pinion and will be announced
by Fidel himself today at a
press conference.
"It is understood that there
are serious and justified rea reasons
sons reasons for this decision by the
man who has outstanding fea features
tures features such as the conviction
and responsibility of his acts."
The bear d e d Castro, who
spearheaded the two years re revolution
volution revolution which overthrew Ful Ful-gencio
gencio Ful-gencio Batista on Jan. 1, at 33
was the youngest prime minis minister
ter minister in Cuba's history.

The newspaper also urged the
people to "keep calm... and

trust in the sense of respon

sibility and duty of the men

who direct the destiny of Cu Cuba.
ba. Cuba. Reporters assigned to the
Presidential Palace were sum summoned
moned summoned to a press conference.
However, there was a general
air of confusion and it was
not immediately ascertained
whether the conference would

be Hjeld by Castro or Presi President
dent President Manuel Urrutia.

Castro arrived at the palace

at 9.45 am. He was accompam

ed by justice minister Alfredo

Yabur and commerce minister

Raul Cepero Boniila.
The announcement was ex

pected to produce an immediate

mobilization of popular suppor
for CastrD's government's pol

icies which have been under at

tack from abroad and to some

extent from within the coun

try.

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TEMPERATURE:
High
Low

HUMIDITY:

High
Low

flying time

There was no immediate exp'.a
nation at to why eight days elaps

ed before the plane was reported

missing here

88
75
91
68

WIND:

(max. mph) NW 18

RAIN (Inches) 0

WATER TEMP:

(inner harbors) 81

82
76
96
92
NW-14
.22
82

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.13
Madden Dam 213.51

BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, JULY 18

High

Time
1:41 a.m.
2:00 p.m.

Ht.
15.0 ft.
16.1 ft.

Low
Time Ht.
7:54 am 1.7 ft.
8:30 p.m 0.3 ft.

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There was immediate spe speculation
culation speculation whether Castro
would become a minister of
state temporarily in order to
lead the Cuban delegation to
the meeting of the Organiza Organization
tion Organization of American States next
month in Chile, where Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean tension will be dlscused.
Informed sources did not at attribute
tribute attribute the resignation to any
internal crisis.
The dramatic gesture was ap apparently
parently apparently designed to strengthen
Castro's hand in, the current
tension in the Caribbean.
The OAS meets in Santiago,

Chile. A meeting date of Aug.
3 to Aue. 10 has been suggest

ed, but the Chilean government
will 'set the final date. The

meetinar was called after the

Domini can Republic charged

Cuba and Venezuela with ag

gression.
Earlier Castro's government
warned it will use its newly newly-decreed
decreed newly-decreed powers to execute per persons
sons persons convicted of crimes con considered
sidered considered "counter-revolutionary."

PVT. PETER DUCHIN (above), son of the famous musiclan 1
Eddy Duchin, has been assigned to the 79th Army Band at Fort
Clayton. His duties probably s will include piano appearances
with various service club "combos," as well as playing the glock.
ensplel a percussion instrument that might, be described as ..
.a portable xylophone yith the, marching band..-The 22-year,
old private, a 1958 graduate of Yale University; where he major-,
ed is music and French, was drafted into the Army last Novem--ber.
He spent the academic year 1956-1967. styding at L Ecold
Normale de Muslque, in Paris. Duchin has had professional pia piano
no piano engagements, both as a soloist and with jazz groups, at night
clubs in New York and Paris. Jazz and serious composition?
constitute his primary musical interests. Before coming to th
Canal Zone, Duchin appeared with the All-Army Show os Ef
Sullivan's television program. Peter's father, the subject of
recent Hollywood film, saw service during World War II as a,
lieutenant commander In charge of a U.S. Navy destroyer escort.

Ailing Iman Of Yemen Ransacks Rome
In Search Of His Favorite Concubine

2-Day Celebration
To Mark 40th Year
Of Fort Clayton
A two-dav celebration in obser observance
vance observance of Fort Clayton's 40th anni anniversary
versary anniversary will be held this weekend
with a parade, carnival, variety
show and a television "first'' a a-mong
mong a-mong activities planned.
A composite review on the Engin
eer Quadrangle at 10 a.m. tomor

row will inaugurate the festivities.

Kepresentatives trom an pom a a-nits
nits a-nits will be marching to the music
of the 79t.h Army Band. Maj. Gen.
Charles L. Dasher, U.S. Army Ca-

ribben commanding general, and
Col. John D. Coney, post com commander,
mander, commander, are scheduled to review
the troops.
Retired military personnel who
formerly served at Fort Clayton
are to be guests of honor at the
review and at a reception which
is to follow at the Service Olub.

The finale of the anrliversar, will
be a variety show on Jarman f ield
at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Top civilian
and military talent will appear
during the program, which is to
include a concert by the 79tn Ar Army
my Army Band. A chemical aerial i'is i'is-play
play i'is-play will provide a brilliant cli climax.
max. climax. The Caribbean Forces Network
will televise this hour-long specta spectacular,
cular, spectacular, using its mobile transmit-

ter for the first time.

the high-

Saud Bint was captured by ban

dits when she was growing up in
Syria and sold into slavery. Her
original owner sold her to King
Saud of Arabia,- who gave her to
the 67 year-Did Imam of Yemen
as a token of affection."

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ROME (UPI)- -The Imam of sidearas patrolled

Yemen was reported yesterday to, walled villa

be ransacking Rome in search of
his fa-'orile concubine, who was
be''eved to have taken refuge in a
consent tojescape his clutches.
The missing woman was Saud
Bint a concubine of storied beau beau-tv
tv beau-tv riiro.isi out the Middle East and

bpli. vpc to have been the bearded

nntentaie'? favorite of all his

maty eoi.cubines.

The Imam brought her to Rome
three montht ago when he came
here foi mechcal treatment. Saud
Bint was believed to have sneaked
away 'rom the Imam's female
contingent, consisting' of about 20
ass'jrtcl wives and concubines,
and fled to a Roman Catholic
convent.
The Yemen legation denied the
storv as a big lie."
The Arabian absolute monarch
took oif in a chartered plane
Tuesday Ins sizeable entourage in
tow, but when the plane was up
only an hour he suddenly or ordered
dered ordered the pdot to return.
A:cording to Rome' newspapers,

the Imam only noticed saud Bint's
disappearance after the takeoff,
and came back to get her back.
That wasn t the reason .the

Imam gave for returning, how however.
ever. however. He wired President Giovan Giovanni
ni Giovanni Gronchi he turned back be because
cause because a heart indisposition and
woaid leave later by boat for
Yemen.
The concubine's disappearance
sent reporters and photographers
scurrying to all of Rome's, con convents.
vents. convents. Accoroing to one news newspaper
paper newspaper they weren't far behind
or ahead ol a corps of private
detectives hired by the Iman, who
remained With his Wives and

other concubines in a heavily-'

guarded villa off the old Appian
Wav south of Rome
Big, fierce, looking Yemeni
guards armed with scimitars and

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