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MHi YEAR ,.,,'v J"- -;-T -V-'- It- "-'' ' PANAMA, P SATURDAY,: JULY 18, 1959 : MJ
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FidelSmeeze Play H I Fewer Arrivals;
OiisfeCubah President M I
HAVANA; July 18 UPI) --Fidel Castro forcd th resignation of President Wanuel
Urrutia lastnight by accusing him. o near treason and triumphantly annpunced "early
today he was withdrawing ihis own resignation as; premier.
Urrutia and his family departed from the presidential palace early this morning,
making way for the arrival later today-of his successor. PresidentDesignate Osvaldo
H is presumed Urrutia went to the home of his brother.ln.law. He departed short,
ly after 1.a.m in two ears with his wife, two sons and a baby daughter,, plus servants
Urrutia Wat given an armed guard for his awn protection n
Th 'abtntwofi-frj)ortffl!l a cabinet merhber who
texts of the iceyolonary'governrVienfs decrees to replace
The rapid-fir 5 development- cli climaxed
maxed climaxed dy of almost unbeara-
bit tension in this Cubaa capital
and catapulted Ca'stro- even high higher
er higher as the undisputed ;leader of
Aii angry pro Castro crowd
that had milling arotjfld e pa palace
lace palace broke into cheers; The
threat of violence and e tension
melted away. : .
Urrotfa'i euster eembinad
with a drastie eabinef ahakeup
, l.t!ionv apparwtiy temevH
th t tae eweiBiwi-in
9vfrnwtn Casfw'i re-
lutionary land referitt projrem
. and death penalty deciw for
a Wlda range ef "eonter-reve-k
lutimary' eeJioM. V j
Castro, attacked Urrutia .i
- four-hour tt&r Kmdnrrhim
of wanting to "make I .T
' i attacked Communism .in theJ
Bafere e Hleeatt started,
' Urrutia intlsted he had net end
weuld nM resljn. Afrr Caatre
has ipeken .far three hoori, V V-rrutla
rrutla V-rrutla announced he had ult.
. Castro told his -tetevision au-lit.-..
tt..t ha wid the President
hsTnot : "gotten along for the last
two months. , TT
', He laed Particularly at Urru-
, 's condemnation of Communism
and ComTaunists earlier this
He said Utrutia had blocked
the progress of the revolutiona revolutionary
ry revolutionary government, by refusing to.
sign or delaying gnm8 of
number of laws and decrees.
Castro expressed indignation at
testimony given to the U.S. Sen Senate
ate Senate Internal security subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee in Washington by MaJ. Pedro
L. Diai Lani who quit as chief
of the Cuban air. force and fled
Cuba after charging there were
Communists in the government.
Dial Lena testified he be believes
lieves believes Castre and hl -brother
Raul and ether government ef ef-ietal'were
ietal'were ef-ietal'were Communists.
"It 1 evident that we re be be-8
8 be-8 !ng accused of Communism with without
out without reason er Justification,? said
Castro, r, i,
Castro said a palace function functionary
ary functionary had told him that Urrutia
ka'd complained on threP differ different
ent different occasions that Castro" was
mistreating Mm and that "per "perhaps
haps "perhaps this was due to Communist
pressure en me." ;
"It h auspicious that In the (
midst H the calumnies of Dial
; Livi he made public 'delara 'delara-,
, 'delara-, Went against Communist slml-
Ur t that ef DlaS titn," said
Ha said he forced Urrutia
fesisnation by resigning himself
yesterday because he did not
went te be accused of, being
"just another latin American
eaudillo wh6 installs snd re removes
moves removes residents backed by the
While still : speaking he got
the news that Urrutia had re re-'
' re-' Signed end at seven minutes
! alter midnight he announced he
wi withdrawing his own res
; IgNeHen. w -'. -J -i-
7 Nations Meet
To Form Free
Latin Trade Zone
: LIMA, Peru (UPI-Delegates
J from seen nations met Tiere
r yesterday to begin a two,day dis
cussion o piana to create a iree iree-tratle
tratle iree-tratle sone in. southern Latin
America. '"" .'!f ".; vV;:'.
The nations taking 'part in the
meeting were Argentina, Bolivia,
Brazil, Chile, Paraguayn,' Peru
and Uruguay., Tha U.N. Ecenrfm Ecenrfm-ie
ie Ecenrfm-ie Commission for Latin America!
also was represented.,. :,'
U.S. Ambassador John H. Cab Cabot,
ot, Cabot, passing thtough Lima oh his
wav froni Co'ombia to his new
post, in Brazil, said the. United
states was "very sympathetic to-
jwaid any effort, to develop free
jtrade in Latin America," :
"the best of this situation is
that the revolution has emerged
stronger than ever," he said.
Then he put his notes in his
briefcase and while he stood be before
fore before ; jthe. cameras. thstudio ao
Castro obviously was aware
of what th final outcome
would be when he announced
his resignation yestereny
The heads of the Cuban Con Confederation
federation Confederation of Labor and the Uni
versity Students i Federation start-
Batista's Bid For
" WASHINGTON4, July 18 -(UPt)
The State Department is com
sidering the application of ousted
Cuban president Fulgencio Batista1
for a visa to enter the United
States from his refuge in. the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic.
A police spokesman in Ciudad
Trujillo, the Dominican capital,
said law officers stopped Batista
when he tried to fly to the United
States without a visa Thursday.
The spokesman said the form former
er former dictator's departure was bar barred,
red, barred, because his flightV'would be
an unfriendly, act to': great na nation
tion nation having cordial and close rela relations
tions relations with our country."
Dominican sources said Batista
would not be permitted to leave
for the United States until A-
Of 'Grey Market'
ROME (UPD-The Italian gov government
ernment government promised ,today it
would ., .nvtstieate an all ege d
"grey market" in children being
IlOWn '0lM unjieu siicg iui
adoption by Italian-Americans
fid SEES VmaTi
nrnmi iftPr Rnme newsoaDersi
A spokesman for the foreign of
fT, ,hT ;:rTH th. i,ut in
SHr;;:r:. : T im
GiusebDiha Gentile: 7.
Wednesday to hoard a New York-
bound airlinei at Ciampino Air Airport.
port. Airport. Her parents said they were
desperately poor and had ce ce-ceived
ceived ce-ceived a sum from potential fos foster
ter foster parents in the United States
who .would give Giuseppina "a
Airport souices said the Nea Neapolitan
politan Neapolitan couple had twice before
brought the child to. the airport
and each time she had persuaded
them not to put her aboard a;
United States-bound plane.
"Last" $uftday" another' mother
from .Naples at the last minute
tearfully refused to allow her two
children to fly. to New Yetk with
three others for adoption.
The Ymn was reported to
have jrjeeived $320 on the legal
"grey market' to allow tne cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren to go to America for adop-
The Uher three children left for
New York with an American law
yer who said, he represented the
''Order at Italian Sons and Daugh:
ters in America." He: said all the
documrnu'" and formalities for
adoption had been complied with.
.Italian officials, did not object to
his, taking the children with him,
Dut a storm of public opinion nas
been aroused ever the so-called
"Grey Market" in babies,
had been drafting laws and
him as president
Presidentail Palace where Urni
Havana lived through four
tens hour between I p.m. and
midnight. It ws clear the pee
pie "would hav, taken; things In
to their own hands had' Urru Urrutia
tia Urrutia not 4uit.
At 12:30 education' minister Ar Armando
mando Armando Hart emerged on the bal balcony
cony balcony of the Presidential Palace
and made the announcement the
crowd had been waiting to hear,
He pleaded with the, crowd to re remain
main remain calm and iaeti. trypta
harm Urrutia." ' C
Visa To Enter US
mericaU' tifficiala agreetl t let
mm emer tne country, Batasta
flew to th Dominican Reoiihlic
Jan. 1 when 'Fidel Castro's rebels
overthrow his regine.
Reports have been, circulating
for several davit that n.t-i..
might try to slip into this coun
try to, join members of his fami family
ly family at their Daytona Beach, Fla.,
home. Batista lived in exile there
for several years before seizing
power in Cuba in 152.
A State Department spokesman
said late yesterday that Batista
filed his visa application from the
The spokesman said the appli application
cation application is under consideration. He
Fim,cu uui mat aamission Of a a-lieni
lieni a-lieni to the United States is sub subject
ject subject td the Immigration and Na-
Pr6visions of the act are broad
enough to exclude almost any one
if it is found that admission would
not b in the best interest of the
United, States. 1 ;
Ancon Couple Pays
Fine For Noisy
An American eouole snnonr.
lng ih Balboa Magistrate's Court
pieaaea guilty to a charge of
disturbing the peace and were
fined $25 for the offense. How-
LTor X LrSSS
iV01. ,. ?nt Xear s Probation,
:un conaiuon mat-neither., re-
appears ateourt on a aimllar
Davld Iunn- 36, and his
WUB n1 wno live in An-
con, were creating the:; disturb disturbance
ance disturbance last Sunday afternoon
when" a neighbor notified Bal-
The couple appeared in court
Monday but requested a con continuance
tinuance continuance In order to obtain le legal
gal legal counsel. Pleading etitltv at
i Thursday'! hearing, the were
represented oy woodiow de
Castro, Panama attorney.
Has Not Arrived Yet, Foreign Office Reports
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President Eisenhower's latest letter to President de la Guardia delivered yesterday to
the Panama Foreirn Office, ha advised the Panama I'restdeni that an aide-memoire on
the i CZ equal wage situation would follow through the usual diplomatic channels. Panama
and the US are at variance en the interpretation of the eingle wage provisions In the 19M
treaty between the two countries. : '-'j, ;.; .-
However, the aide-memoire waa apparently undelivered up to noon today. Foreirn Min Minister
ister Minister Mig-uel J. Moreno was not. available, but a high official of the ministry said that to the ...
best of bis knowledge the document had Hot, been delivered.
The official said he had no wit of. knowing whether It wad the same unsigned aide
memoire which was rejected, by Panama when It was understood to bo intended as a reply
te a personal letter from de la Guardia te Eisenhower. :i
Eisenhower's letter said "the results ef m study made by competent experts of my rov rov-ernment
ernment rov-ernment on points get forth In the memorandum" which accompanied a March 7 leter from
de la Guardia are contained in the aide-memoire.
The letter I went on to- stater v-.-',
' t'May I take this opportunity to reiterate the hope voiced In my letter of July 25. 1958,
that the adoption of these new practices on employment and wares will make an Important
contribution to the mutual resbect and friendship that exist between our rovernments and
people. I firmly believe that any dlfefreneea exlstlnr in connection with the Implementation
of the new system ean be resolved throuch patient discussions and negotiations between your
government and the United States officials charged with the responsibility of administering it."
CUBAN PREMIER fldel Castro (seated) confers with his Jtfother Raul, head nf Cuba's arm armed
ed armed forces, before ridel's broadcast last night explaining his' sudden resignation Castro with withdrew
drew withdrew his resignation during the same program when he' learned President Manuel Urrutia,
whom he had strongly -criticized, hadi quit office.
Former Cuban Air Force Chief Calls Shots
In Milvauke$, Before Fidel Makes Them
, MILWAUKEE. Jnlr-IT (UPrf-
Fidet Castro's resignation as Cifh
"i trick" last night by tne 'or.
mer commander at the Cuban
revolutionary air force.
K Pedro Lull Dial Law was
Vommander of the Cuban air
J Wee until he resigned and
U,td Castro a Communist
June 29 and was in tdrn brand branded
ed branded a "traitor" by the Cuban
"Fidel," eaid Diar, "is making
a maneuver. He is trying to ap appear
pear appear like a victim. He is trying
to maket the people.. .make Presi President
dent President Manuel Urrutia leave his
(Diaz' predictions were porn
out within hours after h, spoke
when Castro forced Urrutia'
resignation and then withdrew
his own resignation as pre-
The 32-year-old flyer said Cas-
Stowaways Jailed ;
After Illicit Trip
from Puerto Rico
Two atowaways were Jailed
a't Balboa Thursday while? the,
ship's agent attempts to estab establish
lish establish their identity in San Jtfan,
Ramon Lopez, 35. and Pedro
Torres, 42, both claiming to be
of Puerto Rlcan birth,, managed
to hide aboard the Popes- fcnd
Talbot shipping company's voy
ager Deiore me ireignter sail sailed
ed sailed from San Juan.
The pair was discovered one
day out and on arrival here
yesterday afternoon were turn turned
ed turned over to authorities Both said
they were working longshore
man and were attempting to
get to the US west coast.
But neither has any identity
papers and authorities have re requested
quested requested identification through
the shipping firm's San Juan
Panama Agencies is the local
agent for Pope and Talbot.
-w i in in r ir TiMiiri i Mmiiiiifiiiiiinr"'
tro Jiad t. make the moye to
enell 'av lot ef rumors and a bad i
since be quit the. air force;
. Diet, who talked t news.
men In a suburban North
Shore 'home,- likened Castro's
resigantion to the maneuver
the premier employed to
thwart elections shortly fter
th evolution achieved its
goals ln; January.
"In Camaguey province," said
Diaz, "Fidel made a speech to
about 2000 persons; something
was said about elections then
a voice said 'no elections' and
it happened that way, just a few
Castro men and soon everybody,
in a matter of seconds, was say-
All Quiet In Colon
Alter Cops Thwart
The Colon labor front was
reportedly quiet today in the
wake of an alleged attempt to
lynch "a strikebreaker" Thurs Thursday
day Thursday by a group of disgruntled
Colon union members.
Seven men were arrested in
connection with the attempting
lynching. When released today,
they denied that they Intended
to do bodily harm to Rlcardo
Hansell, who was roped and
dragged from a bus stop at
12th Street, Colon
Thv said thev onlv intended
to tie Hansell to some public!
place and display nlm to the
public as p strikebreaker.
The liansell incident was the
aftermath of conflict be between
tween between a number of Colon labor
unionists snd a contractor en en-eaeed
eaeed en-eaeed in demolishine h portion
of 98 bouses at Coco 3o':ti.
The men accused of assaulting
Hansell were released yesterday
morning on order of Colon Ma Mayor
yor Mayor Jose M. Vlves, but are etlll
subject to stand trial.
; 4no elections. H jC.astro)
tm fflSlwr- -"Mr force chief
claimed that this was the same
tactic Castro was Bow mploying,
inai nis roiiowers would stir up
the' people and that Castro would
stay in power.
Diaz arrived in Milwaukee
Tuesday but the fact was kent
scret until yesterday. He is stay
ing ai tne nome of radio news
commentator Bob S i e g r i s t in
Ruling Goes Against
In Security Firing
S. Court of Appeals ruled
day that the Sperry Gyroscope
Co. improperly fired a machinist
in 1954 on security grounds.
The court acted In accordance
with a recent Supreme Court de
cision striking down the Defense
Department's Industrial Security
Program on grounds it was not
authorized by either Congress or
The worker was Novera Her Herbert
bert Herbert Spector of Merrick, "Long
Island, N.Y. at the time of his
firing, the company said that
Spector was without a security
Despite the appeals court's rul ruling,
ing, ruling, it was uncertain just what
the next legal step would be in
Spector's five year-old fignt
against his firing.
At the time of his dismissal.
Spertor was chiftf shop steward of
tre Irternationil Union of Electr' Electr'-cal.
cal. Electr'-cal. Radio and Machine Workers
(AFL-CfO) ?t Soerry's plant at
Great Neck, N.Y.
' . . ......
Spector said in his suit that he
was fired without a sufficient
statement of the charges against
him. He also complained he did
not have the .opportunity to con confront
front confront or cross-examine witnesses
or to challenge the undisclosed in in-forma'ion
forma'ion in-forma'ion against him.
He said he also was denied ac access'
cess' access' to conflden'ial information.
Federal District Judge Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Holtroff dismissed Spector's
suit in 1957. His decision was re reversed
versed reversed by the appeals court in a
one sentence unsigned opinion
which merely cited the Supreme
Parciso CD Meet
Set July 20
A meeting of the Paraiso Civil
Defense Volunteer Corps will be
held on July 20 at the School at
7:30 p.m. There will be a contest
between two sec' ions of the town town-site.
site. town-site. All members of the Civil D"
fense Volunteer Corps are urged
to attend the meetings and tne
general public is invited.
Only 7 Vessels
Alrhnillh Pnnnm rl
, UIIUIIIU wunut
today, officials at Ralknn
traffic jam could be overfed.
Early reports had estimated 44 ships arriving for
transif todav. AAAeA fA fki. ...... u L...J l. ..
other ocean-going vessels
wm. ..,c arrival rig u re was revised downward today to
a maximum of 40 ships, of which four or five may not -reach
Canal waters till tonight or tomorrow morning.
If the mflyimniM nra1 f a J I- 1 .1 Jt
i .. ; (iyiisH uiiitqis reocn rne v.anai.
by this afternooffrdnly seven are expected W be held oVerl
tor transit until tomorrow.
During the last few days the
heaviest traffic has been arriv
ing at Balboa. All of toniaht'a
holdovers are expected to be
Shipping agents queried to today
day today had no complaint of ex excessive
cessive excessive delay in transit sched schedules.
ules. schedules. Last month's two-week jam,
unprecedented in Canal peace peacetime
time peacetime history, had as many as
28 ocean going ships held over
daily, with delays up to SO
hours, ; j ;
sources believed f or six days
' of continued heavy arrivals
could start the jam all over
The traffic situation could be
touch and go for a few days
since existing operating condi conditions
tions conditions at Gatun Locks, where one
lane is shut down for. comple completion
tion completion of power conversion, cur cur-tall
tall cur-tall Canal capacity.
Arrivals have conti n e d
heavy during July and an ex extra
tra extra locks crew Is being used
at Gatun while the west lane
remains out of service. This
makes a total of six crews,
the maximum number which
can be employed there.
Full operation of Gatun Locks
is expected after the final pow power
er power converaion work has been
completed next weekend.
Canal officials said except for
caisson testing at Miraflores
Locks in October, no major
overhaul work could close traf traffic
fic traffic lanes at Gatun for nearly
two more years.
Meanwhile the anticipated
weekend traffic caused offi officials
cials officials to cancel off-duty time
for pilots for the second time
in less than a month. The
cancellation was thus far in
effect only for today, to pro provide
vide provide additional duty pilots of
the situation warrants it.
The move forced the Canal
Pilots' Association to cancel a
meeting scheduled for this, af
ternoon to discuss a recently
announced $250 annual salary
increase for qualnled pilots.
Capt. Harold T. Longmoie,
president of the Pilots' Associa
tlon here, termed the salary in increase
crease increase "a slap In the face and
direct insult to every pilot.
canal pilots have been In a
wrangle with Canal authorities
nearly two years over salary
levels and working conditions.
Although their specific de demands
mands demands have never been made
public, Informed sources be believe
lieve believe these demands are most mostly
ly mostly centered about super-ship
transits, the number of which
has increased sharply during
the past two years.
Pilots also want their ranks
brought to full author! zed
strength 110 qualified men
as rapidly as possible. Present
pilot force Is 95 men.
Last month's jam here was
probably a leading factor caus
ing the Panama Canaj Coropa
ny board, meeting July 11 in
the States, to gtva Potter the
go-ahead, on a qrasn program
for continued widening In Gall Gall-lard
lard Gall-lard Cut,'
The crash program, an announced
nounced announced on Potter's return last
Tuesday, will begin core drilling
as a preliminary step to widen widening
ing widening of Empire Reach to 500 feet.
Paraiso and Cucaracha
Reaches are already being wid widening
ening widening at the West Bank under
a $7.3 million contract with
Merritt-Chapman Scott Corp.,
of New York.
Additional widening at Em
pire Reach was not part of the
Canal short range improvement
canal short range improvement
Srogram, scheduled for compje-1
on by the end of 1962. ""N
I : : i t I A
vuiineH connnuea ro Doom
"M"1" wuhio ngysi oven an'
held over last night
PC Marine Bureau
New Lock Fenders
A new system of ..taking ships
through the Panama Canal locks
was being tried out this week by'
the Marine Bureau a Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Locks.
-Tlje tests Ifamlving tha ju1
rubber-fenders pn bVeastsn..
ter Wall 'Pedro Miguel Locks,
are being carried out to- deter
mine the feasibility of handling
all types of ships in the locks us using
ing using only the center wall locomo locomotives
tives locomotives in conjunction with the
ship's power a,nd steering mme mme-chanism.
chanism. mme-chanism. -j
If nSe tosfe prevo successftuYt
tho nw system it expected J.
rodueo considerably tho numberl
of tewing locomotives nMded
on locks. .1
The tests are being made with
complete cooperation of the pi pi-complete
complete pi-complete cooperation of the pi.
lots and Locks Division person personnel.
nel. personnel. The pilots have been asked
to submit theirs comments- sad
suggestions to the Marine Diwe
tor for review and establishment
of techniques. i
The first tests this week involv involved
ed involved the use of only the bow- sod
stern locomotives on the center
wall at Pedro Miguel. The con.
ventional number of locomotives
are being attached. Those en the
side wall are not being usedj
however, exeept at the discretion
of the pilot. y
Measure To Amend
CZ Code Entered
Bv Ren. Bonner
A bill to amend the Canal
Zone code with respect to proper
ty exempt from execution ; has
been introduced, into the House of
Representatives by Rep. Herbert
C. Bonner, chairman of the House
Merchant Marine and Fisheries,
Com mittee, according to inform a a-tion
tion a-tion received at Baiboa Heights
from Washington. D. C.
The measure, which is sponsor
ed by the Canal organization will
exempt automatically from gar garnishment
nishment garnishment one-half of the earnings
of the debtor regardless of his
place of residence.
In addition, the bill will provide
that a debtor may be entitled to
exemptions of all his earnings ia
certain cases where such earn
ing are needed to support his fa family.
mily. family. The question of hardship cause!
by the occasional 100 percent gar garnishment
nishment garnishment of employes paycheck
because of- Indebtedness has b&a
discussed at Latin American' Com Community
munity Community conferences held with,
zone Gov, w. E. Potter.
Red Cross Appeals
For Magazines, f
An appeal for clothing and ma magazines
gazines magazines was made today by. the
Canal Zone chapter of the Kef
Articles of clothing 'of all sizes'
for men, women and children ares
urgently needed, it was said.
Donations may be delivered dli
rectly to the chapter office ,; at
Building 0610 B, Gaillard Highway,
Ancon, or Red Cross personnel
win can tor me doming ana. ma
gaalnes 'of donors telephone Bay
- boa 368
will call for the. clothing ami. ma-
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fiettert ire receive' arateruUv and ere handled in wholly confidential
Lit coatrtbute a letter don't he Impatient H It doean't appear the
at day. Letten are published in the order received.
ti Ua try to keep tne letten limited te on pate lenith.
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expressed in letten from readers.
S ihe Canal Zone merit system and the single wage question
fcombined are a time bomb in the 1955 US-Panama treaty, and
It nor aefused will burst out as the Rio Hato issue did In 1947.
The people are getting impatient.
9 In my opinion, if there is no agreement on the treaty it
Should be scrapped. What's the use of a treaty nobody under understands?
stands? understands? As far is I am concerned. Panama is not asking for
fklms but for what she is entitled to. If the US chooses to act
as it its affairs are run by a bunch of bigots it would be better
Hot to have a treaty with them anyway. "Scrap the treaty!"
pould be a good slogan for 1960 Presidential aspirants. In the
Streets and parks of Panama feelings regarding the treaty are
Cuv North American neighbors are so fond of practicing dis discrimination
crimination discrimination at home that they are trying to force it on us,
Wnat do they mean by "geographic areas of recruitment"? What
gage of the treaty is this written on?
, What is specifically written into the treaty is that there be
Jqual opportunities on the Canal Zone for Americans and Pan Pan-manians.
manians. Pan-manians. If there Is all this interest in "area of recruitment"
Why not downgrade the Americans who are hired locally?
The cutoff line between local-rate and US-rate jobs, as it
it present stands, gives .preference to some employes and denies
Opportunity to others in a manner which is discriminatory, un unethical,
ethical, unethical, and dishonest. This is because those who are denied the
Opportunities they had been promised are almost exclusively
During the US Congressional hearings on the 1955 treaty H
Was said that It would cost $14,000,000 annually to give all local local-pate
pate local-pate employes a raise In saalry. So the boys down here went to
work to save the US government this money. The Armed Forces
ire cuttine down their pay rates daily, despite the grandfather
llause which was supposed to protect hundre ds of Panamanian
from this reduction.
I would like to inform the US that no matter whether Pan Panama
ama Panama won her sovereignty with the help of the US or without
It, she Is now a sovereign state
Dle. we don't need arms with
'treatment. Jeremiah described
Weapons, and Panama's toneue
Our tolerance Is waning, and our
Do the neoDle of Panama
I lae that thev would Dlant It "on
;)ie Canal Zami as appear to -be twftfflflBftiLf Aq4teft
Boyd'. contemfwftted jNov, j'peacefulittasBaiir Ca&g,
Boyd would, become better thought of if he used his in influence
fluence influence instead 'to try to raise the standards of living of his
countrymen in Panama, instead of instigating dubious demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations which only create more confusion. Or does he belong
to that Panamanian clique which believes in keeping the poor
poorer and the rich (of which group he may be a charter mem member)
ber) member) richer?
U The current problem on the Atlantic side warrants,. Boyd,',
attention, if liptls genuinely interesteE16fljtBi
his countrymen?" I gather from what' X reaCTand hear that a
contractor agreed to pay a group of Panamanian workers the
princely sum of $2.50 per day to demolish some buildings in Co Coco
co Coco Sollto. Seems he found plenty of people In hard-luck Colon
to work at that price, too.
But then, if what these workers tell me is correct, he h
a change of heart and imported other Panamanian workers
from the Interior at even less than the $2.50 he had promised
(he Colon men.
' When the Colon group came to understand they were to be
replaced by even cheaper labor, trouble started. Police were
called out from both the Canal Zone and Panama, and for one
joeason and another seem to have wound up protecting the em employes
ployes employes and property of the cheap-labor contractor.
ft Why does not Boyd find out why his contractor country country-ian
ian country-ian Is not paying Boyd's working-class countrymen the $l-an-Sour
Federal minimum wage on this Coco Solito job? Would
this not be a more practical move than going round planting
i Where is the line to be drawn in this wage issue? Panama Panamanians,
nians, Panamanians, from their President on down, are crying for equal pay
tot equal work on US Government payroll, but do we hear the
lame demands when a Panamanian businessman is meeting the
payroll, as is the case at Coco Solito?
This is an excellent moment for Boyd to set a good example
liy showing the world at large that Panama's leaders are inter interested
ested interested in replacing their country's starvation wages by living
Wages for all employed Panamanians.
' There can be a certain amount of danger in demolishing
Old wooden buildings of the Coco Solito type. Do Panama's cur current
rent current leaders, so vociferous regarding the iniquities of the Canal
Zone pay systems, regard 30 cents an hour as a fair wage for
Panamanians who could get hurt or even killed on the' job?
Or are these leaders chary of creating a situation In which
Tthey might have to pay reasonable wages to the employes of
the many Industries and enterprises they themselves have come
Panama will not be prosperous till the prosperity Is shared
tight' through the people, Instead of by a tight-knit group of
erasplng businessmen whose social conscience is to me invisible.
; If 'the people of the whole country were given fair access
to it' vast resources and agricultural potential Panama could
become a rich nation, instead of the alms-seeking, cry-on-my-houlders
territory it is today.
7 Also an Observer
! (Presented by th Dopart Dopart-rnnt
rnnt Dopart-rnnt of Christian fducatin of
h Episcopal Church in th
I Missionary Diocese of tn Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Zone.)
St. John 14:27
EASE OR PEACE
''My peace I give unto you
l$ the word glveth, give
'I1 Ease or peace. At first gUnco
tl) two words seem to mean
. the same thing. Yet they arc
' worlds apart, as Isaiah makes
flear. We should not condemn
tjhe women of Jerusalem for
Wr OP'OUrency for like tiem
w are living in a world which
Hi O'ow up in our fares any
moiiien:. and wt, too, are "com-plataot."
with all the rights of a free peo-
which to retaliate against mis
the tongue as the mightiest of
is as mighty as anyone else's.
tongue is ready.
have, so little rseoect for
lawns or wherever possible" in
But this is equally true of the
personal lives of so many peo people.
ple. people. Read the newspapers and
see in the suicides, tne divorce.?
and the cirmes the tragic, lesson.
Ease does not lead to peace,
life has a hollow brittleness which
that ancient Sartre, the authur
of EcclesUstes,' describes so apt aptly,
ly, aptly, "vanity of vanities."
Peace is a full word In com comparison
parison comparison with the emptiness of
mere ease. It comes ultimately
from God Who stands ready to
pour out His spirit upon all who
will receive it. So often we call
something peace which has not
been blessed by His spirit. But
man must paly his part
bringing it. Peace, Isaiah says,
11 compounded of justice and
righteousness. It is the work of
men who care enough, bear
By VICTOR RIESEL
Few fight as hare) for what
they believe as dots'.Bairy
Go dwater, jet pilot, explorer,
merchant, writer, senator and
on of labor's avrst critics.
I asked the Arizona Senator to
explain in detail hit sentiments
and to pull no punch!. The
last bit of advice wet unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. Here it the Republican
Leader's reply written especial especially
ly especially for this column:
SENATOR BARRY GOLDWATcR
WASHINGTON: For twb-and a a-half
half a-half years the Senate Rackets
Committee, under the., guidance
of Senator John L. McClellan.
has been disclosing abuses with
in the field of labor-management
relations. With numbing regulari
ty detail after sordid detail has
been paraded before the Ampri-
can public. The committee has
issued one interim report and is
on the verge of producing anoth
With this background many
bills have been introduced in
both houses of Congress directed
ostensibly at the basic troubles
in this field. Hearines have hesn
held at great lenetli. The Senate
itself labored long, hard, and at
times bitterly, to frame a hill
which its members anesthetically
believe will accomplish the re reforms
forms reforms needed.
The astounding fact of the my myriad
riad myriad hearings, testimony, debate,
reports and bills is that in not
one instance has the source of
the trouble been touched, The
Congress and its members, as
well as the Secretary of Labor,
have failed to strike at the di
sease itself and have applied
themselves only to -the symptoms.
The result is that if the pres present
ent present legislation which passed the
Senate becomes the law of the
Isnd, the abuses diligently spot spotlighted
lighted spotlighted by the rackets commit committee
tee committee will merrily continue and
Congress will be charged with
having legislated a bill which is
a sham at best.
The disease I speak of is pow power
er power and nothing else. Power of the
nature that allows Hoffa to
threaten the entire nation and to
issue this threat with impunity
and the ability to carry it through
without the law being able to
touch him, and, in fact, protect protecting
ing protecting him.
Power that allows Al Hayes to
uphold the dismissal of three of
his members becaue they dared
to speak out against a position
of the union, exercising a right
which the Constitution recognizes
;V pnerent Dut which the ur.ton
.Pnwoi that Hn..,. ur.'u ni.
ther to carry-ffle bWfl tWffit
at Aomer, defymy the bWFgy
u, ana me puoiic nd even
exerting that power in another
state to prevent for t.hre voir
the extradition of a coon who
beat up a non-striker.
Power that allows George Mea Mea-ny
ny Mea-ny to openly tell the Cnnpros nf
the United States just exactly
what he will permit, to .be' wntten
into labor "reform1" law and ex extending
tending extending his dictates into the cor corridors
ridors corridors and rooms of the Canitol
where his lawyers wrote amend amendments
ments amendments to the labor bill.
Power that allows COPE (AFL-
CIO Committee On Political K-
tiucation V.R.) to cross stale
lines to engage in politics in pirt
with compulsory dues money tak
en from Republicans and Demo
crats alike in violation of the spir
it of both the Taft-Hartley and
the Corrupt Practices Acts.
Power that flaunt the laws 01 1
the land and scorns the rights
and prerogatives of the people.
fower mat is denied, and cro-
perly so, the other segments of
,TJ,"!iy' .b" ,.rh cu1 ? "se,.And that is a mirae'e you can
labor leaders with the knowledge
they are protected by law and
that their strength in Congress
insures the continuance of those
Power then is the root of all
this trouble in the union 1 -.ove-ment
and this power is usfered
by Congress, by the National La Labor
bor Labor Relations Board through ma
ny of its decisions, and by the
Supreme Court which has upheld
these decisions. New la' are
not the real need. The real need
i. renpnl nf thnce nnrlinnj nf tWp
law Which hav created and
tained this power.
In addition to denyine the uses.
of secondary boycott and black blackmail
mail blackmail picketing, which the Kenne-dy-Erwin
Bill does not do, com compulsion
pulsion compulsion should be withdrawn
from the National Labor Rela Relations
tions Relations Act in order to create in
Mhis country a truly coluntary In-
Dor movement, section 8 (a) (3)
of the National Labor Relations
Act permits an employer and a
union to enter into a contract re requiring
quiring requiring all employes covered by
the contract to join the union
within 30 days as a condition of
retaining their jobs
it u tn rhi. ..finn r.i .u.t
I feel that real trouble lies It re-lctuallv existed caused genuine
quires a man to join a union re--011" "ie-;eans 0' sub-
gardless of his desires. He may tnce and standing.
disagree with th philosophy, of
the the union leader or he may less of their activities there would
not want portions of hia, dues always be a membership to sup sup-money
money sup-money to be parceled out for po- ply the checked-off money for
htical purposes. But nevertheless, their caprices and that this mom mom-he
he mom-he must join the union. This is bership could, never "Vote with
as much against American tradl- their feet" or walk-out on thm.
uons and American rights as any,
act can be.
in all our society, only in the
labor movement do we find com
iiiemiMMsnip sacuonet the working peoole. it has Dean
by law. Among all the nations of this same timidity that has ,1 ,1-Ihe
Ihe ,1-Ihe world, the United States is flowed continued use of seconds
me only one ; which establishes ry boycotts and blackmail pick pick-conditions
conditions pick-conditions under which it is com- eting by those who would abuse
pulsory for a worker to join a u- the labor movement.
nl"n- If the abuses disclosed by the
In my opinion, it is this man- McClellan Committee are to be
Catory membership that has pro-
vioed corrupt union leaders theUgainst our people curbed, then
opportunity to engage in activi- the source the power must
its uuiaiae me normal realm of
collective bargaining, affording
them the certainty that regard-
Fhell Never Believe Me If This One Gets Away-
Walter Winchell InNewYork
NOTES OF A NEWSPAPERMAN
The Soviet's Exposition at New
York Coliseum has attracted much
newspaper space. The exhibit is
supposed to offer examples of Com
munis- science, technology and cul culture.
ture. culture. The truth .s that the Soviet's
culture is represented in the field
of brainwashing And its technolo technology
gy technology is distinguished by the produc production
tion production of an iron curtain.
Among the Kremlin's exhibits
are space exploration vehicles. But
it doesn't show they were creaiea
with slave labor. The Russian home
exhibition is a model 4-room apart apartment.
ment. apartment. But it doesn't mention that
Communist conquests have made
thousands homeless. There is mo model
del model of Moscow State University.
But 'it doesn't reveal that students
learn tho lies of Communism and
t.t.frht tn hat 'i nsro mrm rnn )
nal?. There is a huge statue ot a
Soviet steel Worker, but it doesn't
show his chains And. as final
ironic touch, atheistic Russia is
displaying pictures of T Russian
It tho TTSStt rillv wants In VTOr
rjufce" a trfleixhibitlSaB(CiniunH'
ism, it should display vmap snow snowing
ing snowing the1 15 nations the Reds have
enslaved. It should offer a picture
of the farms where 3 million Rus Russian
sian Russian peasants were allowed to
starve to death during the 5-Year
Plan. It should exhibit the Krem Kremlin's
lin's Kremlin's 52 broken international
nledges. It should display the Red
form of justicp by showing a mo mo-dl
dl mo-dl concentration camp And one
of th nrize exhibits should be
Khrushchev's own words including
his warning to Americans "we will
I Th Soviet exposition has over
'ten thousands displays but no Com
imunist exhibit can show riviliza-
see on every street in th United
States a free human being.
The book ahout Senator Joe Mc-!
Carthv is r;viewed in the current
Saturday Review. It includes the
following important statements:
"Thfre is in this bok not one
word about the Canadian atomic
sny rine of 1946. the hetraval of
Klaus Fuchs in Great Britain, the
still unexnlairted mvstery of A'tT
Kiss, or the impact of the fact
that in the postwar years a thou-
anH one minor Communists
and ex-Commun'sts were nuf out
of the woodwork. No doubt tnen.
as now. the internal threat of Com
munism was trivial beside the
terrifying external threat. Still, it
was news: it was a shock, to
learn in those years that respect respected
ed respected citizens had once h-een Commu Communists.
nists. Communists. It was rnorp of a shock to
learn that there had been real
not imagined. Communis' moving
in the atomic aH o'her fields.
"All this th Truman Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, in the oo'itical settin" of
the time, dismissed as red herring.
Most of the anti-Communist fuss
was no do"bt witch-hntfn.'. But
brushing off such dark facts as
It has been the timidity of Cun
I cresses and administrations which
has denitd injunctive relief to
ithe public, to management and to
stoDDed and further arroeant vets
be attacked, not the symptoms of
this power which the Kennedy-Er-win
Bill so timidly slaps.
Some mags and editorialists con
tinue hammering away at the idea
that FDR played sucker for the
Reds. They would have you re
presentsand sold out to the Reds
They never mention that FDR
warned the nation: "The Soviet
Union, as everyone knows who has
the courage to face facts, is a dic dictatorship
tatorship dictatorship as absolute as any dic dictate
tate dictate vhip in the world"."
b DR said that on Feb. 11th, 1940.
True mag's portrait of a noted
attorney includes this: "He has
won $147,300 so far for persons
whose health was damaged by the
defective polio vaccine manufact manufactured
ured manufactured by Cutter Laboratories back
in 1955", .Back in 1955 when we
warned about the daneer of the
polio vaccine the price for tell
ing the truth was abuse. Those
yarning were confirmed in the
courts. Tragically, the story also
involved the deaths of children.
ings were confirmed. in the Courts
Tragica'ly, the story also invotv invotv-ed
ed invotv-ed the deaths of children.
Ironically now that the nolio
vaccine is safe and effective thou
sands are neglecting to take ad
vantage of -it.
"Kent Cooper and the Associat
ed Press (Random House) is an
other haopv addition to newspap newspaperman
erman newspaperman stuff. .Mr. Cooper, the
AP boss for many years, notes
that the general public knows lit little
tle little about wire services. A woman
at a dinner party once asked what
he did. He responded: "Did you
ever hear of the Associated
"Oh. yes, certainly!" she repli
ed. "Mv husband takes it. He
takes all the newspapers."
The bigest news Is the oldest
story. Over two thousands years
ago the Greeks originated a science
known as astronomy. During that
nerod a Grecian author named Lu Lu-cian
cian Lu-cian authoWd a science fiction
yarn high'ighted by an interplanet-;
ary romance. The guided missile
is stale news to Jules Verne fans.
Th Imaginative One described
uch a weapon in one of his novels.
Moreover, the idea of utiliring rock
et weapons was the subiect for
numrous essays penned by 15th
4 Study group
14 Century plant 10 Repetition
15 "I.'s a n pjano partl
toTeilaLie" 17 Body of land
16 Stupidity 19 Notions
la Those who 23 Otherwise
tnjoy Lulling 24 Br
21 Psych parts 25 Cry of
34 Sets fra
42 Rich lu.-
round -J :
t Singitrg vole
S Operatic solo
26 Heroic feat
Century military experts.
Kockets to the moon would come
as no surprise to Leonardo da
Vinci. He not only conceived the
idea of rockets but suggested the
atomic theory of matter. Leonar Leonardo,
do, Leonardo, the world's greatest genius,
also wrote this grim prophecy;
"There shall come forth from be
neath the ground that which by
its terrific report shall stun all
who are neaqMt and cause men
to drop dead" at its breath, and
it shall devastate cities and
castles. It shall seem to men that
they see new destruction in the
sky, and flames descending there therefrom;
from; therefrom; the rays of the sun will
kindle fire on the earth, whereby
that which is beneath the sky will
be set alight. Men will take plea
sure in seeing their own works
worn out and destroyed."
rty our city.
stern methods in dealing with ju juvenile
venile juvenile deluna tics are generally ig ignored.
nored. ignored. It has reached a point where
the streets ar unsafe, young killers
are handcuffed. Of course, there
is no finer ideal than mercy. The
loftiest ideals,. however, can be
pervetteeffkacy aids socie society's
ty's society's enemies and endangers the de decentthen
centthen decentthen mercy is not mercy. It
is sheer studpidty. .This report reporter,
er, reporter, in conimon with most ciMrens,
has been shocked and outraged by
the wanton, unspeakble crimes by
JDs. Nevertheless, this is not
written as a demand, for revenge.
It is a pei fopjtyrtfce stern jus justice.
tice. justice. It is a 'plea fto protect the
law-abiding. For without such jus justice
tice justice your family will be unsafe.
Fam a mysterious and pow powerful
erful powerful element. It freouently moves
with relentless force to shane lives
'n the image of joy or despair.
Most often caprice is a vital fac factor.
tor. factor. .The latest case In point is
the story of Flovd Patterson. One
day he was a cha'pnibn, the next
he was hammered and ridiculed
fttJ the press, In away he's .been
taking a toUSher beating outside
the rine." 1 .As the classic verse
poes: "The heroes we're extoll extolling.
ing. extolling. .A fickle public drops.- .
Folks chase a ball that's rolling.
. .And kick it when it stops."
Answer to Prvioua Puzil
29 Writing table
47 War god
48 Falls behind
fFm Wm sMi
nrr rnnr rrrr
ti r -;'r-r-
a rt" gir-"fj"
r 11 I 1: p t I
WASHINGTON Secretary t
Stat Christiaa H i 1 r tat
J down onea afaln with foreign
Imiaister Andrei Gromyko. at -Ge-
I neva under anything out lavora-
I ble : auspices.'-Here -are ttei ia ia-1
1 ia-1 structions and dipkm atic coriwr-
sations'; which Inake it o:"-i:
1. Euenhower "has toldJiemr
to permit w prolonged eonv.ersa-.
tions'or at 'they-:- would say in
the Senate filibusters.-; If no a a-greement
greement a-greement Js. in sight within.' -two
1 weekt,i Herter nas been insiruci insiruci-feded
feded insiruci-feded to coma borne. ; ;
- .opt ni-ffi v vr.j-y.-i
2. Gromvko hir already serv
led notice to the sama. end.., Ifel
I has tent word that he wants the
foreign ministers meeung. to rbe
short and sweet, sr he tan ,'cet
tSack to Moscow by July 22 to
iweicome vice-Kresiuem jucuaru
M. Nixon. That ,; leaves only w
lAmnm in ..Itnllslll '
Eisenhower teceived a con
Ifldential report from CIA direc
tor Allen DuUes, Just before iler-
Iter left, that the united stifles
and Russia coula be closer" to
war than-at any time since the
I Bolshevik revolution. This Warning
was based on the belief that Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita Khrushchev is in a
reckless mood and has decided
the allies can be bluffed out of
Eisenhower, listening to the
Dulles report, could not believe
Khrushchev would be foolish e-
nough to risk a showdown that
could plunge the World into war.
Perhaps that s why Eisenhower
has resisted .advice by the Joint'
nieis 01 aian ana Mercer 10 iskb
military precautions in advance.
Herter wants the Strategic 'Air
Command put on a nfght-and-
day alert, .and; perhaps the Na
tional Guard called out.
These are some of the unhap
py off-stage events as the for
eign ministers are meeting a
gain in Geneva.
Sometimes it takes a to.ieh
prod from Congress to make the
brass hats In the Pentagon wake
up. The investigation inspired by
Congressman Alfred Santangelo of
New York and conducted by
Congressman Edward Hebert of
Louisiana regarding the munitions
lobby has brought out some sur
':i ..' w.7
Most surprising is that deputy
secretary of defense Thomas
Gates just hadn't been much con
cerned about the tremendous
number, of retired admirals and
generals hired by the big defense
contractors, un me wnoie n ae-
fended the syatems
s Gates is Ah investment aahlterWorka&They remembered the r.
itom Philadelphia truWe
the; University of Pennsylvania
and the Boy Scouts of America.
ana one 01 the more erudite offi officials
cials officials of the Defense Department.
He was in the Defense Depart Depart-mnt
mnt Depart-mnt when one of the most his historic
toric historic courts-martial In recent A-
merican history took place at
Cuban Major Says
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C1UDAD TRUJILLO. D.R.
(UPli-Cuban MaJ. Delio Gomez
Ochoa. a captured leader of last
month's invasion of the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic, said yesterday the
plane used in the abortive attack
was purcnased byj Venezuelan
with "(Venezuelan president)
nomuio iietancourt s money.
Gomez denied a statement by
Maj. Peril 0 L. Diaz Lanz, refugee
ex-chiei of Cuba's air force, say saying
ing saying il was he' Gomez) who
bought tht plane. He added, how however,
ever, however, chat Diaz' charges, that
many leadeis of Cuba's revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary regime are Communists
ven true. 1
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INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We makf fpaniwlfh Euararitees. orv first mortgagea
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
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SATURDAYS 1 from S:0S aja. to W.;00 noes
iy HID IA1S0N
BuBUville.! Ala, that of Col. Jons.
Nkkerson, who charged that the
ieienae department was mdoled
wa loDoyista.- a-. ;-,-.
t'Hieh-rankiniT Jiffirera hf : ih
Air-Force. incTudme cenerat offi
cers," testified Nickerson unier
'uf uuuuug. aooui ro-
Urement and a job as head of
mrssUe research with Lockheed
or. some other firm.;
"Sales officers of aircraft
panieiT ia Washington are prima-
my 40DUASI8,'": continued Nicaer Nicaer-son,,
son,, Nicaer-son,, atill. under oath. '.'Eighty-live
percent of .the aircraft sales are
with the government These firms
put pressure on Secrtary Wilson
through to, Joiat Chiefs of Staff
through Congresi and. through
direct contacts by fepreaentativea
pt.,Jhe .aircraft industry will all,
levela. W the : Pentagon."
Nickersoh' even chirtrerl thar
privaU firm "could put across an
inferior weapon with the Air
Force and the Air Force Svouid
accept that inferior weanon ha.
cause 'of influence.
One day after Nkkerson start started
ed started enumerating these charges he
wis abruptly Jaken, off tte wit.
hess stand. The court i martial
Despite Gates' unconcern, He-
belt blah tn Vnnfift.ii. a-h.M
Nickerson left off.
As- the steel necFnt.ietnra enu
red for -a final showdown.. fm-r-M
very high up in the -administra-tion
were lined up secretly on op opposite
posite opposite vsides. President Eisenhow Eisenhow-er
er Eisenhow-er ,wafpa the side of the s'ee!
indusixoij,-; ;f )h 4 g h he
couldn't eay -0 and won't, vat
leaning toward the lworkeri.
This-was Be-Inside" reason why
Dave memn&4itMZ4k the U U-nite(teelworeriio1s7iis
nite(teelworeriio1s7iis U-nite(teelworeriio1s7iis dra dra-matBgti;;iithburgKao
matBgti;;iithburgKao dra-matBgti;;iithburgKao try
to gefwontt push ihe 'negotia 'negotiations
tions 'negotiations off deadlock:
Nixon would have liked to do
so. However, he faced powerful
opposition very close to fee him,
self in the periotf of formef Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the,-, Treasury George
Humphrey, flow president of Na National
tional National Steel, and Jim Black, vice vice-president
president vice-president of Republic Steel. They
did not want Ike to budge one
inch in favor of labor,, believing
that the the round of wage in increases
creases increases must be broken and that
Thia is why Ike kepfc-hands off
the negotiations, also whv th in.
dustry offered almost no conces-
ions 10 iaDor.
7wo.montns ago, sentiment in inside
side inside the steelworkera wn vr
imucfc against a strike. Too ma-
men naa Deen too long out Of
ofW Rut n6J; unftrj seoti-
raeni. naa Konnmen nentnii tha u.
mon leaaers. xnere ar
murtviiiji- m .4
This is beeaua miniMmini i
its last offer proposed taking e-
way eigm oasic ngnta in tht
present contract. This made la labor
bor labor see red.
The U.S. Magazine
at kiosks and bookshops
BATClbATnXT U WW-
TBI FAJfAMA AMZKICAN AW INDEPENDENT DA1LI MKWKK-
' . W1: ,-
. foes of a watered down xivu
rights bill aaid yesterday they will
insist oo a lengthy discussion be before
fore before the Senate Judiciary Commit Commit-lee1
lee1 Commit-lee1 vote on the esur.;c .l
But they disclaimed-any plana
for a filibuster f within he com
mittee to'Jeep the measure nrom
Anmintf tn i test. ":,'.v-
The two-part biflireached the
judiciary committee, aner Clear Clearing
ing Clearing the Constitutional Rights sub-
committee weflnesaaj ;! ny
' narrow 4tth;Z
Sen. Saw J, Emn Jr. fD-N.Cv),
strategist for"' the southerners 'In
tiie subcommittee, told newsmen
that Va reasonable amount of ed ed--
- ed-- ucational debate" will be required
in the parent committee.
Sen. John L, McClellan D-Ark.
another subcommittee member,
agreed that "a little time"; wiU
be needed for the iudiciafy com committee
mittee committee to act' He 'said Vcommittee
quorum would be required every
ttme an, a mendment, was consider consider-e.
e. consider-e. 'iX'XX,
ReDeited failures to obtain a
quorum delayed, action oij 'the bill
lor weess in me supyomnmiec.
Sen. Jacob K.-Javits (RL.Y.J.
a trop6nent".o( new "eiviirights
legislation, said the subcommittee
bill represented a challenge to
the leadership of Senate -Demo,
eratic Leader. Lyndon B. Johnson,
"Can he get a bill out of the
"HOUND OF THE
Judielary W commUteC" Javits
asked. "I hope ne can."
The committee is headed by
Sen. James 0, Eastland (D-Miss.)T
who opposes any new action on
eivilvriKhta.'v. - ; 1
.-.Extend the life of the Federal
Civil, Rights Commission for, an-
nHiav ur until J 31 1 0KI
.wRequire-i. oounty, registrars to
preserve and produce, on request
of the attorney -general voting re
cords from presidential ana con congressional
gressional congressional elections This, would
guarantee- government. agents ac
oesS to the records in invest!
eating-denial' of voting rights.
in the judiciary 'ommittee pre prevented
vented prevented final action on a civil
rights bill, The Senate finally de debated
bated debated and passed a bill by touting
a: House-approved measure t di
rectly to the Senate floor. r
It seVmed'likely 'tfiit the south
era strategists would survey the
progress o(. the new JSenate' bill
in the committee and then take
a close look at a more sweeping
bill which the House is "expected
to approve later this month. It
would De to tne anvantage 01 me
opponents to' begin action with
the bill which they view as less
The House bill- currently in
dudes "the "TiUe III" provision
which would let the attorney gen general
eral general seek court orders on behalf
of individuals who were denied
The House bill also contains pro provisions
visions provisions advocated by President Ei
senhower,, -including broad
thority to aid school districts
devising integration plans.
Prnhjem Of Rlqe
LONDON (UPI) Dr. Mor'on
Bersoffi an American' plastic surg surgeon,
eon, surgeon, barsolved the problem of a
man's bulging stomach, he said
"We just shave away most of
the! fat, and you would be usr usr-priied
priied usr-priied at the difference In a man
afterward," he said.
" "It is murprisins 1t6w few men
come to mr fdr this operation in
America," he said. "They lust pre
fer to tighten their belts.
Berson. of New York City,
known as one of the worlds lead
ing cosmetic sureeons, said $300
is a "small fee" for his operation
"It depends on your Income how
much we charge." i
Those who have a. trip to Eu Europe
rope Europe included in their vacation
plans, as well as the ones who
can only dream of wandering lei leisurely
surely leisurely through that continent's
enchanted spots, will be interest interested
ed interested in the highly informative
"Happy Landings in Europe", bv
Nathan Sharp, which has been
placed in circulation this week
by the Canal Zone Library.
This book is the first published
work of the author who. with his.
mife, has lived in Panama for,th.
past 28 years.
, He is engaged in
business, which has
on extensive travels in Europe,
and the book covers the dozens
of things one wants to know when
planning a European trip.
The author's earnings, from the
sale of this book will be donate!
to the Damon Runyon Memorial
Fund for Cancer Research.
The complete list of new books
and their authors follows:
Janine is French, Alexander;
Your Gifted Chiled; a guide for
parents. Brumbaugh: Effective
Library Exhibits; how to prepare
and promote good displays, cop-
Ian; Two Together, a handbook
for your marriage, Dodds; Great
Companions, critical memoirs of
some famous friends, Eastman;
Darwin's Century, evolution and
the men who discovered it, Eise Eise-ley;
ley; Eise-ley; The Impact of Air Power,
national .security and world poli
tics, Emme; When Your Child'
is HI, Karelit; Hannibal; One
Man Against Rome, Lamb; Ba
sic Physics, Meetnam; me ar
East; a modern history, Peffer;
Picture Cook Book. Time. Inc;
The Navy From Civilian to Sai Sailor,
lor, Sailor, Robertson; My Father and I,
as told to Leo Lama, sctiua-
kraut; Happy Landings in Eu
rope, Sharp; Forbidden unuu unuu-bood,
bood, unuu-bood, Slenczynska;
Rape of the 'Fair5 Country, Com
dell; My Brother's Killer, Crea Crea-sey;
sey; Crea-sey; Providence Island, Hawkes;
The Kingdom Under the Sea,
ueffelec; Champagne for One;
Nero Wolfe mystery. Stout;
The Bitter Passion, Wadleigh;
The Great Prince Died. Wolfe.
Booklet Containing Articles on
DESMOINES, Iowa (UPI) A
Nebraska preacher who is
charged with deserting his wife
and son is the same man who
married a young divorcee and
now. has disappeared, police said
today. Everybody wants him but
his first wife.
H was found briefly, then
dropped out of sight again, along
with a' white Cadillac.
Mrs. John Reger, his first wife,
said she doesn't want him back
and l'I'll do everything I can to
make it just as rough as I can
on him he deserves it."
Her husband, then : the Rev.
John Reger, 31, pastor of the
Community Church at Stella,
Neb., disappeared at Omaha,
Neb., last Sept 3. j
. -That was the lwt anything was
Heard from him till last Mon-j
day : night. Then, at AdeJTlojra,
three members of the Rev. Ke-
eer's conereeation saw mm drink
ing beer in a tavern. They hailed
him: but he didn't hail back.
He insisted he wasn't a Nebras Nebraska
ka Nebraska preacher and, at the sheriff's
office, submitted to finger print printing,
ing, printing, although it wasn't clear what
this proved because tne ev.
Reger had never been finger
printed and there wasn't any
thine to compare the prints with,
The man said he was James
Rogiers, 28, from Des Moines,
boss of a magazine-selling crew.
Rogiers returned to Des Moines
and to his new bride, Sally Ann,
25, mother of a seven-year-old
daughter. But on Tuesday morn
ing.. Sally Ann said:
"We kissed goodbye at the door
of his officie as usual. He said
he would meet me for lunch at
the office. I came back at noon,
but his associates said he had
left earlier in the morning."
Sally Ann hasn't seen him
since, but she has confidence,
since, but she has confidence.
"I don't know how things will
work out now, but I know there's
a reason for what he s done,"
she said. "He will explain when
he comes back.'
"I love htm very much," said
Mrs. Rogiers, who married the
missing man three weeks ago
after a two-month courtship.
Fla reu psMay Pose
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI),
Scientists studying ; solar flares
which disrupted world radio com
munications revealed today they
have discovered deadly sun snot
.rays which could kill space tra
Dr. John R. Winkler. University
of Minnesota physicist, said the
low energy .cosmic rays packed
500 million volts and posed a
"serious oroblem" to long-range
Winkler and his fellow scientists
based their findings on a dozen
nights of instrument-carrying bal balloons
loons balloons as high as 120,000 feet
more than 24 miles above theJ
"We made soma estimates of
the dosage and you would possi
bly get a lethal dose in a few
days if the intensity stayed up the
way we, measured it, Winkler
Scientists had known that sun
spots actually tremendous explo explosions
sions explosions of the sun's fiery gases
sent out tnt lethal cosmic rays.
"But it wasn't known that it
occurred so often become of the
Barrier, Space .Travel
fact that this kind of outburst is-
only detected at high altitudes,"
Scientists from Minnesota and
other universities have been en engaged
gaged engaged in intensive study of solar
flares which have bombarded the
carta's atmosphere with sub
atomic particles during th past
The Latest bombardment, one of
the heaviest in many years, was
subsiding yesterday after knocK
ing out communications over a
vast area of the world.
The solr flares stirred up a
violent magnetic storm in the
northeast United States which
had. magnetometers "'jumping all
over tne place Wednesday nignt
at juassacnusetts weston college.
The disturbing effects were ex
pected to last for several days.
Worldwide radio communica
tions ere out of kilter for 24
hours. Dut were returning to nor normal
mal normal Wednesday. A spokesman at
the high altitude laboratory at
Bonlcei, Colo., said a severe
magnetic storm had tapered off
Wednesday night; ending the usu
al patten, M hours' disturb
Winkier s findings on the lethal
spa"e layr were obtained by bal balloons
loons balloons ent up to measure th ef effects
fects effects of an earlier solar flare on
Winkier said future space scien scientists
tists scientists might be able .to escape the
rays on a trip, to the moon b:
launching dunns1 a iime when i
was "fairly certain" there would
be no solar outbursts., y a
But on longer trip, Winkler
said, it "would not bo possible to
shield against flies cosmic rays.
The closer you are to the ttuv &
worse it would be." 4
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JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UPI) -The
Jersey City police depart department
ment department has been ordered to investi investigate
gate investigate charges of police brutality
which led to a six-hour demon demonstration
stration demonstration by 400, Negroes yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The Negroes paraded outside
the Colored Independent Civic
Assn. carrying signs which said.
"Jersey City gangsters and hood hoodlums
lums hoodlums are in and on your police
department," and "Stop police
brutality in Jersey City."
After the demonstration. Public
Safety Director William V. Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin ordered Deputy Police
Chief Austin Conely to investigate
charges by three Negroes that
they were beatn by police Sunday
while the protest march was on,
McLaughlin met with Raymond
Ytrnurti Tvnaeld Ant tit tn IaaoI
NAACP, and a committee of five
that he and the ministers had
made a formal complaint about
the alleged incident.
Brown said McLaughlin refused
to suspend the three patrolmen
named in the incident, but later
McLaughlin announced that the
patrolmen would have to defend
" Two of the alleged victims. Let
ter Lewis. 40. and William Me Me-daged.
daged. Me-daged. The third, Joseph Lewis,
Near, 3, were present at the I
demonstration, bruised and ban ban-35,
35, ban-35, was in the Jersey City Medi Medical
cal Medical Center for treatment of a pos possible
sible possible skull fracture.
Brown said Lester Lewis, a por porter,
ter, porter, tried to enter the men's room
at the rear of a gas station,
found it locked and returned to
the front of the station.
He said Lewis was stopped by
Patrolman Edward Sherry, and
at the station, Sherry called him
Then, Brown said, Sherry
whipped out a blackjack and be-'
gan to beat LeAvis.
At that point, according to the
NAACP official, McNear drove up
in Lewis' car, and another plain
clothes patrolman, Ralph Shep-,
row, strucK MCNear.
The two were taken to the med medical
ical medical center for treatment. Joseph
hospital to see his brother. Brown
said he was attacked by Sherry,
Sheprow. and Patrolman Georee
the year's most exciting French Star
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USW OITS "SUPPORT"
BRUSSELS (UPI) The Inter International
national International Confederation of Free
Trade Unions today expressed
"full moral sunnort" for hH1rinr
EVERY NIGHT except MonHayi)
"JUNGLE STEAK PIT"
informal Steak Dinner
You select your own steak., .watched it being grilled
to perfection over sizzling coals. .enjoy the full
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MONDAY, JULY 20th
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0 English bone
O Gold chains and
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""'i I MR. AND MKf. OOOCH INTSRTAIN LAIT IVININO
DINNIR HONORING MR. AND MRS. SHOLTON
7w Mr and Mr. B. C. Sholton were guests of honor t a dinner party
h hosted by Mr. and Mm. A. N. Gooch Jr. last evening at the Panama
ue'members of the Gulf Petroleum staff and their wives,
' V were F. C. W. Paton, E. A. Wagner, G. Navarrete Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Hattrick, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dawion, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ale man, Mr.
I and IMn J. J. Berindoague, Mr. and Mn. C. Denii, J. H. L. Cecil
i . and D. F. Harris.
I Servicemen lnvlrd
-fr Ceffte Tomerrow
Sunday morning's regular Ser-
Vlcemen's Get-together" will be
held t the USO-JWB A r m e d
Forces Service Center from 9:0
-a.m. to noon.
, Servicemen and their families
' are invited to drop in at any time
4 'during the! morning.
Gulick ChaHl ul,d
ITS BKS GUi.d of
1 Fort Gulick will sponsor a church church-wide
wide church-wide potluck supper tomorrow
from 5 to 7 p.m. at Building 215,
Se' old Protestant Chapel fcutid-
I toe at Fort Gulick.
-All Protestant families are in-
vited to "KvKt
bring a covered dih suitable for
a potluck supper and silverware
5 ior themselves. Servicemen are in in-t
t in-t vited to join the church group for
I the- supper and the program
which' will feature Sgt. W. P. Gar-
rert of the Canal Zone Police De Department
partment Department showing slides of Mi
work in the Gatun Lake island!.
St. Luke's Croup
Plant SpageHi Supper
Th. Servicemen'? loueg or. t
spigettl supper tomorrow afternoo
at five at Bishop Morris Hall.
The program to follow the sup sup-per
per sup-per will be presented by Rev.
Mainert J. Peterson.
David Niven, Wife
Not Yet Planned
HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-David Ni Ni-ven
ven Ni-ven Academy Award winner, and.
his second wife revealed yester yesterday
day yesterday they have separated after 11
yean of marriage but do not pln
an immediate divorce.
'We have been living apart for
several weeks," said a joint state statement
ment statement issued by the couple. "We
are trying to work out our prob problems
lems problems as quietly and personally as
"There is np divorce contem contemplated
plated contemplated at this time."
Niven, 49, who received a gold golden
en golden Oscar last April for his role
in the film "Separate Tables,"
married his wife, Hjordis, 'Si. a
Swedish model, in 1948, two years
after his first wife was killed in
have a an accident.
The second general assembly of
tne cooperative oe treauo sin
Antonio d Padua. R. L., it
acheduled tor 7:30 p.m. July 27
at the French Society Hall.
The agenda will include reports
from committees oa acti v 1 1 1 e i
during the past year, momlnation
and election of officers for the
new social year and a declara declaration
tion declaration if dividends.
Members are urged to make
plans to attend.
Caddy Faces 16
Years For Robbing
HOT SPRINGS, Va. (UPI) A
golf caddy face- 16 years in pris
on yesterday for beaing and rob
bing greenskeeper Hansel (Hank)
Karnes, brother-in-law of profes professional
sional professional golfer Sam Snead.
Gordon Baker, 29, tola circuit
Judge Earl L. Abbott that be at
tacked Karnes because he "need'
ed some quick money to pay
Karnes, who works at the Cas
cades Course here, said Baker
beat him with a stock and robbed
him of about,' $120 last June S.
He was cutting grass st the 6th
green of the course when the at'
Ninety stitches were required to
close cuts on Karnes' face, head
Karnes is a brother of Snead's
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beans, roasted to perfection, carefully "home-brewed": so convenient,
Deeply satisfying, delightful roaster-fresh coffee
The Rev. Kowiand Cox, field
secretary of tne overseas depart
meat oi the Episcopal Churcii,
wm De guest preacher at the ca
thedral of tit. Luk In Ancon to'
1'atner and Mrs. Cox ar visit
lng the Isthmus fir a few days
so as to become acquainted wnn
the work of the Episcopal Church
in this area and th personnel
In tne afternoon at S o'clock.
the Servicemen's College Group
will have a ipasbetu supper In
Bishop Morris Hall, followed by
a program conducted by Uu Ve
ry Rev. Mainert J. Peterson,
who will give lecture in words
and music on "Music, a Pathway
Evening Prayer will be said in
the Cathedral at 7. with the Dean
preaching on "Why worship."
followed, by discussion and coffee
in the deanery.
The Monday movie night pro
gram will feature the technico
lor picture "Slaves of Babylon"
starring Richard Conte. This pro-
NEW CHIEF OP STAFF-Col.
Walter A. Downing Jr., com commanding
manding commanding officer of the An Antilles
tilles Antilles Command, U9 Army
Caribbean, since last Feb. 11,
haa received orders assigning
him to Fort Amador, at. chief
of staff, USAACARIB under
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
general. Downing succeeds
Colonel John R. Wright Jr.
In his new post. He will be
succeeded as Antilles com commander
mander commander by Brig. Gen. John
H. McGee, who is expected to
arrive In San Juan July 28
from Fort Lewis, Wash. Prior
to his assignment to the An Antilles'
tilles' Antilles' Command in Puerto Ri Rico,
co, Rico, Downing was a member
of the Weapons System Eva Evaluation
luation Evaluation Group in tne Office
of the Assistant secretary of
Defense, Washington, D,C.
grim Is open to the public and
win oegio ai j o ciock.
The chairman of the Gamboa
Union Ciiurch,' J. D. Tate, has
called that body to convene lor
its monthly meeting on Monday,
at 7:90 p.m. in the parlors or tne
Tate has expressed the hope
that there will be a full attend attendance
ance attendance of officers and board mem members
bers members since matters of Importance
require attention. The meeting Is
oepn. to ail members of the
A meeting of the Youth Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Council of tile Union Church Churches
es Churches was held last Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at Gamboa. James Harned,
president of th General Council
fof the Union Church of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, attended as guests.
He presented an outlln of the
relationship of the Youth Council
to the main organization of the
constituent churches. The body
voted to set up a constitution and
rules of procedure.
A committee is busytfth plans
for the next Zone-wide rally to
be announced for early Septem
ber. Young people from the va
rlous groups were reminded al
so to register for the Union
Church Camp to be held at Ta
bogs in early August. This camp
is conducted by the Balboa
Church but has been opened
young people from seventh grsde
through college age ui any of the
The Sunday School at Gamboa
will assemble at the usual hour
of 9:30 a.m. tomorrow under the
direction of Mrs. P. M. Bell. In
Morning worship at 10:40 thi
minister's them will be, "Open
if OSWALD JACOBY .1
Written er NIA Service
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K 10 4 1
WEST EAST (D)
A J 10t 6 54 AQ87S
V None V 6 3
North and South vulnerable
Emi Sooth Wert North
Pass IV 3 4N.T.
6 4 Double Pass V
Pass Pus 6 4 Double
Pass 7 V Pass Pass
Double Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead 7
ft Clayton's Significant' History ; -Recalle'On
Eve 6f!40th Birthday1
Fort ciaylon. celebrating Us
birtnday tomorrow,-li the -birth
place oi the v Latin. American
henuol and -oi jungle .training In
Canal Zone mllltai'v com m an d.
All three, post, school anq jungle
training, are- signu'cant
pan played by th U.S.. Army in
the dai'ense o. the .Panama Ca
nal in peace and-war. w ft;
ITitrt rlavtnn nffiMalltf lienlffnat.
ed in War Department, sener
oroers dated July is, i5, is
nsnied in honor ot Col. Bertram
C. Clayton." a member of the Pa
nama tana ratification Board.
He wai kUltd in World War I.
Fort Ciayton, was headquarters
for the Psnam Mobile Force andJ tion to the Canal Zone when suit
Hugh Cox Dies;
Hugh Cox, fraternal worker ir.
the community of Chorrlllo, died
suddenly Wednesday at his resi residence
dence residence on West 26th street.
He was born in th. Island of
Barbados, B.W.I., 73 years ago.
A retired employe of the Arm
Forces on the Canal Zone, up to
the time of death hc was the esc esc-retarv
retarv esc-retarv of the Bible Truth
Church's Independent Benevolent
Funeral services will be held
at the Bible Truth Church of God,
Chorrillo at 4 o'clock today, fol followed
lowed followed by burial at the Herrera
BOLZANO, Italy (UPI) An
Italian alpine soldier was electro electrocuted
cuted electrocuted 'and three- others injured
seriously yesterday while they
were raising a metal flag pole.
An investigation was launched to
find out if the pole attracted s
bolt of lightning or touched a high
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Perhaps you no longer believe your child childhood'!
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where your mature religious thinking is en encouraged.
couraged. encouraged. You want your children taught an
understanding and acceptance of life as good,
a religious education they will not have to un unlearn
learn unlearn as they grow older, without guilt and
fear. You also want them to have friendships
and group life with others whose religious ideas
they can share. You would like it for yourself.
We suggest the Unitarian Church.
Christian in spirit and origin, the Unitarian
Churches accept the methods of modern science
as the best approach to truth in religion lirct
as doctors find it the best approach to truth in
medicine. We respect the Bible as the literature
of an ancient people, not accurate in all re respects,
spects, respects, but helpful for the spiritual life, as
much other literature also is. With Jesus as
an example of what man can achieve in the
personal life, the Unitarian religion stimulates
Independence of Judgment and provides a fel fellowship
lowship fellowship for continuing spiritual growth.
Trusting that human intelligence is our best
Instrument for understanding and living the
good life, we find in the voluntary association
of the church a program for mutual assistance
toward a progressively better and happier life
for each and all.
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....Sermon topic: "INTERFAITH MARRIAGE"....
West's three scade bid is not
recommended as a general diet
tor oridge players but things had
been going badly for him all day
ana ne was not going to give up
rne ruDDer without a struggle.
North was not going to be shut
out and his- four no trump
(Blackwood) was on the overbid
side. Eut got right into the act
J L.U f ... T m ... i.
aim uiu nve spaaes ana soum s
double was an all purpose bid.
It was supposed to show the three
It was supposed to show the throe
aces he would have shown if left
to mmseu and if North wanted
to pass that would be all right
North went to six hearts snd
when it got back to West he kept
the flag flying with a bid of tlx
spades. He could not make it
but he did not care. No one was
going to make a vulnerable slam
North doubled but when it got
to South he could not stand pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. He had a very big hJnd
and decided that his partner had
to have the fourth ace. Soith
wtnt to seven hearts and the
East-West gambling had paid off.
In fact, East doubled the slam
so thev picked up 200 points.
Needless to say South's grand
slama bid was very bad. when
North doubled the six spades he
told his partner that they cauld
not make seven. South should
have believed him.
Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
2 Pass 2 4 Pass
3 4 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
4AK76S VSt, 6t 4165
What do you do?
A Bid three ipdfi. You have
a food nve-oard suit and don't
want to get VMt three no-trump
oa your own momentum.
Your partner does bid three
no-trump. What do you do now?
CHIP OF BLOCK
TAT.T.AWASSW!1 7N TTDT
It was a case of like father like
daughter yesterday when Mary
Call Collins. 16, was elected go governor
vernor governor of, Florida (jHrls state.
tier latner is uoy, jueroy umins.
rv t iT i in
i i' i1 1' i it 1 1
There I noth-
Inr finer than
Jot, MEXANA Med
1 IrfklH Pntfrf 1A
Medicated Pow Powder
der Powder your baby
will be free
from diaper ranh.
MEXANA Med Medicated
icated Medicated Powder in
Security Command in World War
II. Training, both a in jungle
fighting and. of Latin American;
armies, was a part of the mu
sion of the Mobile Force. v 4 V V-Mai.
Mai. V-Mai. Gen. David L, Stone.' com'
vmandlag gentwal.d the- Pana.
ma Canai Department, initiated
and it.muiaied action leading to
the ejtablishnunt of the Latin
American School, -i
Oose ving in 1939 that hlr 6p 6p-nosttes
nosttes 6p-nosttes in command of Latin A'
mericaj armies were critical of
the United States and its armed
forces, he induced the State De
partmeat to authonre-- exchange
of visits with the Latin American
offldaU, During the first inter
change it became apparent to
both tides that field training
under the suorsorsh o of U.S. Ar
my personnel would benefit the
Latin irmles. in a short time
groups oi officrs arrived in the
Canal Zone to train with U.S.
field units at-Fort Clayton and
at Clayton's satellite stations.
The next group : included el
llstbd'. personnel who underweij
similar training. The procedure
was. iucceiafu from the outset
Courses were broadened and el
tended until there were a vt
rlety o; schools and classes. Thea
.later were coordinated and bs
cam the LfaARCARIB s ch o o
no at Fort Gulick.
Junalti. training, ;:too .war. j
spontaneous wartime development
Gen; Douglas MacArthur. com
mjndlng in the South Pacifie
nesdeb- jungle-hardened troop!
As -a (tart lh Army tried tj
provide troplcai training in Fid
rid, out .transferrer the opera
ablt sttes were leased to thi
Arniy by Panama.-, ?
The most important Jungil
training camp of the war pa
riod was Camp Pina on the At
lantic iide. A less complex train
ing area, also sponfored by th!
Panama Mobile Force and Se
curity Command was a Cam)
Pacora, a few miles, beyond To
The 158th Combat Team, cent
from Fort Clavton distinguish
ed iUaU In the New Guinei
coropaign It was the only uni)
te iteave the Canal Zone intact
After the arrival of 'the 188th
MacArthur requested that tourt
and txained iungle fighters bl
sent lo him as individual re
placemehta who could he assign'
ed lo his, ope'.s Hons) units.
Thouiattdi b young; Americans
were- processed in. Pamana Mo
Wis1 force trafhln-Mn tprepara
tidn tot -participation in thi
island.hbpping Pacific campaign.
CZ Civil Engineers To Hear
PCs Engineering Director
The sneaker for the July meet
lng of the Panama section, A-
merican. Society or civu mngmo-
ers, will b Lt. col.. Robert. D.
Brown, Jr., engineering taiemo--tering
system soon to be install
ed for hydrological monitoring
of the Panama Canal's watershed.
In his two years as engineer
ing and construction di r e c t o r.
Brown has already sup e r v i s e d
some of .the largest, engineering
projects since rrconitouotie-n "tt
canal. He came to the canal
Zone from the U.S. Corps of En
gineers in Omaha, where4v- serv
ed as Assistant to the District
Engineer. He is a West Point
man, class of '41 and later re received
ceived received a masters degree at Tex Texas
as Texas A.- and M.-,'..'i .. s
The telerteferlnf ystem whlcn
Brown is to describe will utilize
the most up-to-date methods of
instrumentation and high frequen
cy radio transmission.
Hyaroiogical information, trans transmitted
mitted transmitted automatically to central of offices
fices offices in Balboa Heights-, 'will
make possible the control of Ga Gatun
tun Gatun and Madden; dam's for op optimum
timum optimum use' ."of the'-'precl'o'ui wa
ter supply wmch makes possime
the operation of the Canal.
The water supply, has become
i f r
' t r
BETHLEHEM, Pa. Steel Un
ion President David J. McDonald,
addressing strikers while touring
picket lines here:
"The concessions tne industry
has demanded wojfld rape the un
ion contract. Ttfey want to de
stroy all you've worked so hard
HOLLYWOOD Actor David
Mltr Aft immalinff 4 riot Via 0114 tltl
ilirVlli i T ,nilll(, UIOV IIV uiau au
wife nave separated, but do not
plan an immediate divorce:
"We are trying to work out our
problems as quietly and personal personally
ly personally as possible
mnfrmn. Ca. State Prisons
Director Jack Forrester, after his
threats had quelled a "sit down"
strike by 111 convicts at a prison
"We didn't make any conces concessions.
sions. concessions. We're going to run these
orisons if we nave to pack them
In iso'atiofi like college boys in
WASHINGTON Vice Chair
man Karl TC. Mundt (R-S.D.) of
the Senate Rackets Committee, on
the "'iatlon of nohtrlmiMon made
by UAW members toward elec election
tion election campaigns of the auto union's
LT. COL. R. D. BROWN
a critical factor in Canal capa capacity,
city, capacity, and the hydrological tele telemetering
metering telemetering system by r which it n.
tn Hp controlled wM be vital to
the continued handling" of world
shipping through the Panama
Due to the very general in interest
terest interest of this topic, which ex
tends far beyond the field of
civil engineering, many engineer engineering
ing engineering DeoDle outside of the local sec
tion of the Ameripari Society of
Civil Engineers are being invited.
Brown's talk, will be followed
by a social hour with refresh
ments. Dress will be sport 'shirts.
"HOUND OF THE
oprivo roflrodhoci In
optimistic . and happy
Leave: PANAMA 7:30 a. m.
Arrive: SAN JOSE 8:15 a.m.
Arrive. SAN SALVADOR 10:35 i.m.
Arrive: MEXICO 2:40 p.m.
Pressure controlled, air conditioned
Only 2 stats abreast for your
e Panoramlo windows
Osllolous breakfast and exquisite hot
meals served In flight
Bl.tlngual stewardessss give you
LUXURY SERVICE AT TOURIST FARfeS
Ta n j.. i V '-V'
SUPER CONVAIR 340
Consult your Travel Agent
or oall our offloes 3.7011
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LINEAS AEREAS COSTARRICENSES, SfA. AVE. J. AROSEMENA No. 31-40 (Across from Olympic Swimming Ppol) t .;
: TS3t PANAMA AMZllCAJf JX IKSKPEICDCT DAILY KnriPAPf
SATURDAY, JULY IS. 1MI
Church of Christ
;. Balboa i oml wibee ot
raisronALI unerieea. UaB JUU.;
ISesce Sunday ft"5S1,
' BIOAAAJOl -oue He,,
"TT 4.aA '.-"i, i v, V
.at inv ..
The Unitarian Society'
Sunday Services 10:30
Aneon BlveV and Mmey ftaoe,
. . . Aneon
j Your Invitation to
. Liberal Religion. ; "'
I cocou aAFiiet cMvaca
111 Brule Road
Drawer 3e4 Balboa, CX.
r WW Phone B4T08 .-
Edmund a. StallwottB turn
5 und School j.MM ;
toSSa womnip ........ uiw
1 Kth Monday
; i Itch Heota iii).4iM.. iiw.r
Balboa Kelghte. C.
I eg Amwloulewd
Phone eUiboe iin
William a BMby. r-rtW
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Moriiina Worship KM i.m
Baptist Training Union .... J:S0 p.m
IvanteUrtl rvka JaO p.m
,M,t Jtbit ud ..'thuM
Man tfrafiwrhowJ it- ,,,
Monday In Month) ......... 0 M'
1EST ftAJtlST CHURCH
' ttargartu Avanua at 5th Straat
Margarita. Canal Son
av. WaadaU C rarkax, raitM,
Buttdan aonooi ,...........
Morntna Vkorabla v......... U.-M a
Epw-b """-"i j."-" fw, s'i; j
vcnina Worship e 2 Bm.
irotharhood. Tuaadayt ..i... 1.00 OA
rayaf oarvicti, wtanwaaya i iw u
?14.U, tal Ird Friday
iJL.. A. A.. aunbeama.
) i iHoo-iViioaiinitlonal augUtfla
PANAMA Cm ., L
15 rabruary ItraaU Phonal M-200S4
11:00 Hollnaa Meatlng
3:0O Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy Mrt. C. U Moaalay
Culana Straet ,. .
11:00 HollnaM Mtatlnl '.
COUJN, CENTRAL ;
Sr. Captain Mr. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 3I-7U
11:00 Hoilhaw Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
. 7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S, Taylot
11:00 Hollnat Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. OH1
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Ottlce a-aaM
:3o aln. Church School Pre but
aervie. Claiaw, for all ga.
10:30 t.to.-WerhJp Servlc -Church
Time Story Hour- tor Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Churoh-Tlme
vraaie nou.ena nuneir,
6:S0 p.m.-4i00 p.m., Junior High
7 :w p jn. ejenjor nigna wwwinip.
Margariu Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Bay. Theodore t. Pranklln Patter
Pheneai Oftlc l-SStl Ret, a-149
, tU a.m. Church School. Sue itrvlse,
Giatieai nurtery inrougn eauih
lliofl a n. Mamlna Worahln. i
Sun er tot Infanta and email chil
dren. ; .. .... .1
iiUO p.m. Junior Fellowship.
. . ... pIUkla
9HB p,m IDUU leilUWIUlip
A eoniptexe cneauiv or nuv; w
tlvltles and official meatlngl at an
nounces irora vm 10 ww .3, .t.
Rev. Walker M. Aldei-.on, PaltU
Oft : 4-470 Raa.i IM
1:30 a.m. Sunday School,
10:40 a.m. Morning wortnip.
Offieial moetinga and weea-uy 4ttt
ItlM A .liniiliHMl.
rkHiiliM hHMhaa 1
rutt Church of Christ, lioiantiiti AaiM
f ,. sou nncon wiuiavara
Sunday Sarvteae 11:0 a m. Suntaf
: Bcnooi l av a.m.
: Reading Room tol Balboa Real Open
fall aaaeot Sundavt and holidays ma
. l:iu u ti:iv a.m. ana i:u w s:uv po.
, Saturday I l:M ts 11 in i.m..
Evening Mourl 1:00 to liOO p.m. Mtept
. weonesoaya ant) wruraayei -i'.
flRST CHUB CM OP CMRlSt
. SCIENTIST. Cristobal
- AD thureh service will be held In
the Oround Plnor Rnom of the Masonic
rm;v in cristoti nt door to the
Vargtti Plorlsti Rnlranct la nn Ral
bo Avfnuo through the Arrad.
, atunrtay .Htrvie itioo a m,
' rYedjttda Evening Taallmnnltl Meet,
b.i 1:00 o'clofk, t, ,,
X 'iry school It held at i .m.
to 4 00 p.m. W1rrl :00 to f:ll
B ni "" .' r ,,
Vou tre tocdlally., invile ta aHam
the sarvlcet and, to ut the Reaaiiy
iU V ' : v
CharthH rks mpv fattbi la the CsmI Zana, ana) tU rarmlMi tAlae
awg etah to vritiafl by Wadnatday mm at tbt Jttaat any changes
H fhd tomtue lafurday'i hrb peg. f f l" :
. MinlsttTt, hnrch aawatariea) aad baplia art allied ta Inraras Ik
r Panama 4 Col. Repyfclie Panama, aatand a walrtmt a sU
timaa H me, and wamaa t4 tka ahnatt aarvUw. and t elvlllaa alh
art, friaada aa atrangara. v'
Alt publl tarvlt. Tba Panama America liett below, by danoml danoml-aatlMs,
aatlMs, danoml-aatlMs, lct 4 kauri al worship and atbat rgyla aatlvltle- &
Lktlna are rtttd fmm Hm r Hma. OaaamlaatwM kavlng
M ar tw tanrtlni era lilted di "Otkat Ckurakat 4V Itnricat.
A iBMlal liaflae todludad fat aarvitaa at Army pattg. Alt fort baiM
and Naval aratiaM. o '
ST. MAJirS CMUIU.HB.lbaa
Sunday alaaaati fo. liO. MM and
H:O0 a.BX v- -I
Holy Day Uaasati Itt IM. Ul J
and S:00 p-m "-
Cnlasfni: lacurda. 1J0 ta IM
and I.O0 w 10 pm Thumday. before
rim Frtaayi two w i uo pm.
Miraculous Uedal Novana: 10 pja
Cstechlsm alaa' aftar tba 140
an Sunday. .
High school stucy hub aw poo. or
arcn iiat llnsa
Sunday Maasaei :H. t0 ) J".
I til a.aa, and liOO
Confemlonai aabudap 340 la liOO ana
7 lit K a:w a.m. nuraaay onor rim
Friday 7:00 p.l
eacrao. tiaart vovcsaemw
Catechism Claml 3: la to 4:U pm. on
Tauraday. ,. .(,,.,.
OtB LADY OP PATIMA-Carand
Sunday Mat at 3:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam at 3:30 p.m.
Contamlonai liOO to 3:41 ta en Sat
Catoenism ciami aaturoay I jo to id
Sunday Mane at I lOO and t:U a.m.
Holy Day Maes at 1:0 p.m.
Weekday Massaa: . 10 a Jn.
Confession!' Sarurda I'M to 4:10 and
tun t Tito.
utaentsm ciaaei aunoay iw to axw
Miraculous at sou novana i im p.m
Convert IriatruotloAai Thursday f lOO
ST. nCCNTS Psnamt City
unday Mamas I 3:00 and 3:30 a.m.
loly Day Massac: 3:30 and 6:00 cm.
It It falls on Saturday the Mamm art
;oo ano asio a.m.!
Confession: Saturday 1:00 to 3:00 and
7 KM to 3:00 am. Thursdays before First
maty 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novana and Sta
tton of the Cross: Friday 7:f0 D.m.
. Catechism Clam: After 1:30 mam an
Convert Clam: t JD p.m. Tuesday and
' 8t. THERMA'S CoeoB
Sunday Mass: 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: :O0 aJn. (It tt falls
n Sshirdsy S.-SO'Hi.m. y"i:.-
.catechism Class i o ta aivo p m. on
Monoty. . .
coniasaionii a too ta a:io a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLE
Sunday Mames: I do and 1:30 a m.
Weak Lvs Mass: :3Q Man.. Thur.
FV1. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 a m
rtoiy say Mama.. -.' : ajn. to aw
IB. : !( .-'.. .', .( "f
riifaiAna( t'M t nn and liuA ta
1 100 pm on Saturday.
Mlraouteus Medal Novana: Friday 1 ton
vataeniam uisss. a:av p.m on aunaay
ST, rHlCRESra La Boca
Convert Clam: Monday 7 JO p.m,
Sunday ,Metii IM ,,'
Holy Day Mi 3aa p.m, m
ConfMulAiu: Saturdav i:30 ta 7fl0 D.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
cttMtriism cisss: s:in D.m on aunoay.
Sacred Haart Nnvana- 7:00 pm n
convan ciami :iu pjn. on anursnay
' ATLANTIC BIDS
Sunday Matte i 3 :4, 1 :00 and :1B t -i
Holy Dav Maasaai 3:43 and 3:00 am
nil liift n.m...
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 3:00 and
TlOO to b:oo p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
gi and 7ioo p.m.
Baoroa Heart Novenai rriuay tub pm
Sundsv Kvanln Bervioaa 7:00 a.m.
Convert Class: 1H3 p.m. on Monday
and Thursday 1
Catechism Clami Sunday lOill a.m. to
u:a a.m. a:oo pm. to t:uu p.m.
First Frldsv Exposition of Most Bless
d Sacrament all day Reposition at 3:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
rirat aaturoay uevouons to our May
si ranma-rrne how nosary t:oo a.m
First Communion Instructions for ehll.
dren Mondays and Thursday 3:00 to
MIRACtlLOUa MRDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses : 7:00. 3:00 and 10:30 am,
Holy Day Masftest ilflO. :00 a.m. and
Confession i Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
TiOO ta 1:00 a m. After Rosary each eve evening.
Mlracuiout Modal Novenai 3:13 and
I tOO p.m, on Monday.
.Catechism Class i Aft 1:00 Mas on
First Friday BxposlUon all day during
ut acnooi xear
- First Saturday l Maw at 3:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHtRCH la
Sunday Malta: 7 JO, 3:30.
First Saturday Massi
. Saturday 7:00 pm. M
Mlracuiout Medal Noven
Holy &ay Masse 7:30 a.m.
Confession , i:4S p.m. to
Parish Family Rosary and
, Weulon Inquiry Or0Up
1st, frldty Bevotloni ,,,
1st Saturday Davotlon ,.
li:!0 a tu.
7 JO p.m
ST. VINCENTB-Bslnbaw Clt
Sunday Massaui giM a.m. and 30
Help Day MaatMi SiOO u and SKW
am, . i
. ConfaMlonii 4:00 ta 3t00 add t30 to
itw p.m. aaruraay.
CalsflhlsmCiasai iOitl a.m, an Sundsy
CanvaH Oltavry Monday at f iM
au AW MevgmUiOt pm an
FWday, t u ;i
"Sunday Maw Sill am
. 0?I? .5ML Miaail.oam,
nj 6:30 ta TiOO p.m. m Rati
Gtanitm Clam 4 hip a.m an Monda:
OUR LADt OF OOOO COUNSJX
, ....', :'.':;Jteaapaa ur
SUnda v 'Mamaai 7 .nn and :JA am.
holy Day Mar, giftt am. and 3i
tin i. I.
Confasalon Saturday at 7IO0 p.m. and
after all evening devotlune, . .,
nspiisms oy sppninimstn.
: MiMciilnii Medal Nnvanal IM pm
RM-red HMrt Novana i
sunns School, a
p m. on Sunday,
' Rellllous Instruction
. uiass Tot
irwn ; p,m on inursdsy, ... i
HtllgimM Instruction (ni srtlilts "iCon
i tei in Bnnh' " '
jiy. .'.' . .)
.TSunvert instruotloiM by appointment.
The Bt Bay. a. HtOet Goodea. aTO.
The Vary Rev. Marnsrt J, nterao,
' MM.. Daaa
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
7 JO am Holy Communion.
0:11 am Church School (Holy. Com-
munlon 3rd BundayK
dO am. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. ....
Bacuele Oominlesi ........ ,r :i am.
11 AO am Mornma Pravar and Ser
mon, Holy Communion let Sunday,
7100 pm cvenin aarvie.
JO a A. Holy Communion.
I KM am Evenln Prayer.
d!00 am holy Communion.
JO a m Holy Communion.
j:lk am. Morning Pray.
tOO Mil' -day Missionary Prayers,
Church 'of St. Andrew
Th Bv. William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer, assistant
Wolv Communion 7:30 a m,
famllv Mornina Pravar. Church School
(Family sucnariat etcona
Sunday) W il8 km.
Morning Prayer and sermon
Holv Communion First
Sunriavl 11:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer Layfeaderi 7 :30 p m
Holy Communlou 3:80 am.
avvensong, cnoir practice ... i ;ou p.m.
Chapel of St. Clare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
(Holy Communion at announced)
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayte,
Priest la Charge
t:ou a.m, Morning Prayer.
(H.C. tint Friday each Month!.
St. Slmon'l Chutch
The Rev John Spoar, Priest In Chtrgt
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Churcn scnooi ........... vy."
Episcopsl Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m
3:00 p m
Evensong and Sermon 7:o P-m.
Morning prayer anq noiy
Communion 8:00 am
Evening Prayer 7
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
7 :00 a.m.
family Eucharist .......
ilfict oz wompi(ne .......
St. Peter's ChurcS
The Rev. John Spur. Priest In Charge
Morning rrayar ana vnurcn
School i 3:00 1 am.
mon : ; ........... 10:30 am.
Confirmation Clan :S0 am
Choral Eucharist and Bar-
Holy Bsptlsm 11 K noon
Evansona and Address .... 7 JO p.m
3rd MONDAYS "':' .-' ;
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 'au pun
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ... :w
Chapel of th Holy Comforter
Vn. L. B. Shirley. Priest In Charge
1:30 am. Holy Communion.
Church ef SI. Margaret
Etpavd and Bratoi Blvd. -The
Rav. Edwin C. Webltei
7:30 am. Hoiy communion.
0:30 a.m. Church School Service.
iliOO am. Morning Prayr. (Holy
Communion firnt Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOuY DAYS ,;
1:00 am. HOiy uommumon.
The Rev Allan R, Wentt,
Priest In Charge
Th Rev. David A Osborne,
a:00 s.in. Choral Idchlrltl A SeWnoti
0:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 nm Church School
1:00 pm, Youth Fellowship
7 00 in, tvensbn nd Adde.
tnd and 4tb WEDNESDAYS ;
7.30 pin Womin Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Oulld Mectlns.
t Paul' Church
fh Vcn Lemuel B Shirley, Reetnt
The Rev. Carlton O. Moral, Asst..
6:00 am, Holy Communion
S'OU am Sung Eucharist n Sermon '.
10:43 ni Momina Prayer and Church
13:00 oocr Holy Baptism
7-00 ti.m Bolamn vespara
(heid It Building 1311
3:3o a m Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and S em oft
6:0b tai Hoiy Communion
t ioo u.n. Evenln Prayer
THURhllAYb AND FRlbAYB
3:90 m Holv Communion
a -00 am. Holy Communion,
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THR-SCA
(Oppotlte Hotel Washington)
The Rev. 1. Ptt Frmr, Rector
Th Rev." Henry A. Blake, Asslatant f
1:00 am. Holv Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
J:av a.m. morning rrayer
:06 am. Choral Eucharist tnd Sermon
10 130 a.m. Church School
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
3:40 i.m. Morning Prayer
i:00 i,m. Holy Communion
too p.m. Bvntng Prayer
- ",-J- WEDNESDAY -:-
1:40 a.m. Mornina Praver
0:04 a.m. Holy Communion
7:8ft p.m. vnlni Prayer A Addre
1:40 i,m. Momina Priyef
iioo p.m. Evenln j Prayer
liOO .m. Children'! Eucharlrt
3:40 am. Momina Prayer
1:00 tin. Holy Communion
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7 130 p,m, Office of Compline.
. BlO ABAJO
: St Christopher's ChurcS
" loth Street. Parque Ufevre
' The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Mal In rh.ru
i rrhe Rev
Kmn a,uiin.ii.i aiiu w rmuii.
ornln prayer and Church
11:110 nooh Holy Baptism.
4 JO pm. Evensong end Sermon.
1-M pm. lit and are. oma- Aim Aim-Uan.
Uan. Aim-Uan. TUESDAYS
a JO o m Junior Daughter of me
730 lit Vou lb FaUowshln.
WEDNESDAYS .- f. I
1:00 a.m Hoiy communion.
T tie e-m, Jvening Prayer and Religious
a:oo pea. cu-ir mtndiy sooiety,
3.00 pm 1st and 3rd. Blnaletona.
(dO a m. Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OP THE NA2ARENB
441 rrangipanl St Aneon, CX
Rev. Elmer O Nelson. Paatot
Boa 837 Balboa. CX. Tal 3-3M3
Sunday School :4 am.
Worship Service 10.44 am
Youth Servlc 1:4b pm
fvengallstie Same 7:30 pm
rayar Service, Wad. ... T JO pm
Sunday: t ia Panama Wesley.
10-30 a.m. Knnriav firnool.
" 7:13 pm. EvangaUeal Senrlee
7 a.m. Paralto
10 am. Paralto Sunday School.
i.m. Paralao EvangaUeal
Sunday. Oct lBth 0 a.m. Rev. Victor
John -wataon B.u. T pm. lax. a. a.
Mondav. Oct. 20th 8:30 Dm. PrDa-
ration Claat. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meatlng Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct. 21st 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. h.me.
Friday 7 JO p.m.-Cholr Practice.
" CHURCH OF "THE NAEARENI
Mount Hop. Canal Zona
(cross from Mt. Hop RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Pattot
Boa 8010 Margarita, CM.
Sunday School 0:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Servlc 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service. Wad. .... 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama 8J., 13rd Straet Can
I... a at Hrauri.. Minister
Divine Worahlo J0 a.m.
S:il S:f. I eossejl Aepung
WO 001 1 rWs punS
Rio Abajo, RJP.
BuBday School f.u ........
3:00 p m
MtetinRs Thursday. at 7:30 p.m. and
Bundays at 4:00 pm. win memorial
306 Bslbue Road, Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
untpei on aiooa nom
PrIeithood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 em.
BMrf.u ftAhnnl Niindav 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 pm.
neitei society; nesuy
MIAi Wednesday 7i3qpm,
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balbo 4327, t
Building 100, Schooihouse Road. Gatun
Sunday sonooi unasy
Ssorsment Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am
CUiUNVI) PROTESTAN1', CWUrjcil
"A Warn Hearted Ctaureh"
Milton K. Leldlg. Mlnltter
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School ........... B:30 .m
Morning Warship I'
Youth Fellowthlp 6:00 p.m
Eevening Woryhrp .y-.. T';00 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7i00 pm
A cnurcn nurse y ui jvTi.
' "' OLD CATHOllltl CHIliaCII-'np'.
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St Weal No J M
Holy Eucharist! Sunday 1 130 am
Tuesdays. Wednesday and Thursday
6 JO ajn. r.
Sacrament of Unctloo (Healing Set.
vice) First Sunday ei each month a
7 JO om :
Monnt HaUbet. CkristtlB CbOMb
i St Rev T jsmes. D, B Bllftot)
Morning, devotion .......... 600 am
Fellowship Worship WlOO ajn
Bundav School 3:00 p.m
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Aroiemena, Colon
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
: Bible Lecture ............ 7:30 p.m.
It irf.,1. nihi. class ........ 7 JO. D.m,
M First Street M
UrbanlzaclAn El Carmen. Panamd City,
informal Talks and Discussions
Colon, 8th Front Streete
. I L..U.M S.U.I1
Study Classes Thursday. 7 JO pm.
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Prlo, C.a.
Rev Waldab H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:is p.m. Gospel Bervloe,
Monday : 7:30 Youna People' Society
Wednesday i 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday! 3:00 Choi. Rthetrttl.
' Friday i 7 JO Women1 Missionary So Society.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
13th Si Bolivar Av. Cristobal, C.Z.
Rsv O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Bible Classes 10:00 a.m,
Morning Wonhlp and
y.wanlne Wnrsnln .
rYB.DiNll.OU A I
Her d of Truth
HOK 8:48 9:15 a.m
Mid-Week Bible Study ... 7:30 p.m
mt j iracn a V
Questions and Answer liU 3:15
hok, coion, .f,
You will receive a warm welcome at
each ef our services.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign Miction Dipt. Hdqtrl.:
CHURCH OF OOD Bslhoa, C.K.
Wlrz Memorla Bldg.
806 Balboa Rd.
Tnfnrmstlon: Phone Gambol 438
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m,
Youth Service 6:30 p.m,
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Pirllia, C.Z.
No. 4 Parana Rosd
Information: Phona Paralao 633
Sunday Service ..,..... 11:00 a.m.
A Youth Service w ... 6 :30 p.m.
Xvingtllstlo ....... ...... 7 :30 pm.
CHURCH OF OOD Rio Abajo, Pm.
1.1th Street, Parqu Lefevr
unday Service 11:00 a m,
unday Soheol 8:00 p.m.
vangllstlc 7:30 p.m.
. CHURCH OF OOD Chorrlllo, tmd,
No. 4-144, rth Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:80 i.m,
Evangelistic ...,...." 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD Oatunclllo,' Pffl4.
Trsnslsthmlan Highway. Oatunallla
Bunday School and -v
Morning Service 11:00 a.m.
. Evansiitie J...'....i..... 7i00 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOn -1 santa Rita. Pwi
Translsthmlin Highway, Santa Rita
fttmday Ochool and
Morning Service i, II noon
IvaninUe m... 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OP COD Cillv4, fanatnt
Tranilsthmian Highway, Catlv
Sunday School and
Mornlni- Servlc j. ......... 11 :00 a.m.
Xvingcllttl ...... i 7 lOO p.m.
CHOURCH OF GOD CelAn, ranaml
6th Street near Meltnde Ave.
Sunday School and .,'
Morning Service 10:00 a.m
Evangellttle ................ TKM p.m
r COMMTJlOTT CHAPEL
-. Diablo Height, C.Z.
Bev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1008, Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Phones: Home Balboa 8237
i Church Balboa : 4171
Sunday School ........ ,,..-, 10:00 am.
Worship Service ... .!.... 11:00 em.
Youth Bervlce 6:00 p.m.
Friday: Bible Study 70 p.m.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balbo Road al Wight Btreot
Bav. Robert (. Gutslck, Paatot
P.O. Box 666. Balboa,
Bunday School. Bible Class S am.
Divine Service 10:13 am
Holy Communion, first Sunday of th
Coco Solo Chapel
Mr. Frederick S, llllck. Vic at
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, fast Bunday ef tha
Jowim Welfare Board Bid. 7SI-X La
Boca Road Balboa. CX Babbl Nathan
Serviao Friday, t JO djb, Batutda.
(See aiaa lilting et Jewish services
unoar reata, biases ana auuonai.
Conjregaaon Rol Shearltb lsrssl Ave-
tuaa tun ana eui atreev aeua viata.
Panama City Service 3:00 pm
Posts and Bases
, PACIHC SIDE
. ; Protestant
Junior Church Sunday School 8:00
Morning Worship 10:00
Church-time Nurttry School,.. 10:00
Fellowship Hour 11:00
Sunday School g:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth Fellowship i 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 9:30
(Holy Communion Flrit Sun Sunday
day Sunday ef Month)
Sunday., School (Bldg. 136) ... 1:00
Mornlni Worship 10:13
Youth Fellowship Sundiy .... 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Sunday School ...j...... 9:80
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible Class Monday ... 7:30
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday .... 6:30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Dally Msl 4:18
Sunday Masses 8:30 & 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6:30
Dally Mas 6:16
Sunday Manet 8:00, 9:15 & 11:45
Confession Saturday 6:00 ca 7:30
Catechism Clssa-Wednesday ., 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass ..9:30
Dally Mist 6:00
Saturday Mist 7:00
Sunday Mass .. 8:30
confession aaturoay 7iw e:ou
Sunday Miss 10:30
ALARfSoK AIR rORCB BARB
Dally Miss 4:00
Sunday Mass (Spanlth) .',.. 7:00
Novena Service! Tuesday .. 7:00
Confetilooa Saturdiy ...... 7:00
Fort Kobbe Saturday ......
USO-JWB. Bllboa-Frlday ....
Albrook Air Force Saturday
USO-JWB. Bilboi Saturday ..
ATLANTIC SIDE 4
Morning Wonhlp ,,
, Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses 8:30 &
Confession Saturday 12:00 -6:30
Weekly Services in all churchct
a follows i
Sabbath School 9:80 am.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m,
Youth' Meeting 4:30 pm.
WEDNESDAY I ,..
?lbl Study and Prayer ServlM
180 D'ml ....
Prtor F R. Archbold Tel. t8-3-30
cabo verai, avi. a uasa
ChorrlUO lotn. no. it.
o,,.hU Nuavo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th 8ts.
Rio Abajo lltn si. no. xt
Gamboa snd Frljola
Pastor W. H. Wslitr Tel. 6-5J0
raster n. r. w
Spinlth Churchet Pclfl Sid Pn;mi
Piltor Danll Moncd Tel. 28-3-
Panam. CU Dirien wo. a.
Pedregal a Nuevo Oterare.
Paator O. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-3103
Cristobal Enilllh 16th & Bollvir
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 8-3103
Criitnhal Snanlsh 16th A Bollvir
044 Oavllan Road. Balboa Tel.
1-1859 4 1-3531.
THE CHURCHES OP OOD
General Offices Anderson, Indiana
Kev. Wm. Livingston Supervisor
The Church of God
16th Bt. (Monte oscuro Rd.) Rjo Abajo
Rev. W. J. Johnson Partor
Sunday-School ?.... 9:S0a.m,
Morning Wonhlp 10:30 am.
Sunday Night Btrvlo ..... 7:30p.m.
The Chtich of God
7033 Eighth Street
Mri. L, C. Donaldson, Paitee
Morning Wonhlp 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School ..... !:?J'M-
lundiy Wight Strvlca 7:18 p.m.
The Church ef Ood
' New-Providence ...vj.tv
Mrt. M. Hlnet, Pastor
Sunday School 'SSf i'
Sunday Night Service .... tiWem.
Morning Worihlp ...... . 1 :00 4.m.
- Tint Church ef Oed ;
' Cor. Jsmilci Trlnldsd
, Rslnbow City, C.t.
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
Rev. O. W. Gnndlton, Asio. Paslea?
St.eidy School e:8oa.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 am.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30p.m.
ACID THROW1R JAILID
MUNICH ( UPI ) Walter Meniel
S3, was Sentenced to three yean
In Jail yesterday for inowing
acid at ''Descent in HeU,'1 s val valuable
uable valuable painting by Peter Paul
Ruhon. Hi wa alio Ordered 10
pay W80.PQ0 for arcstoration oUfcfj
Young Fugitive- Kills
Self After Admit ling
love Pad Slaying
wrt7.7vwftnn fTTPl- A
young fugitive who told of killing
27-year-oia motner two cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren in a love pact shot and
killed -hlmielf last night at the
climax of a two hour asiault
on his hideout by more than 50
Robert L. Kilmer, 27, a Frei-
rail mill wnrlror tnnk hit
own life ia police wearing bullet-
proof veata ana armeu wiin inoi-
gung arm tear gaa Domoa iwrmea
hie anartmant while a crowd Of
about 1,000 persons watched.
He had been aought lince last
Thuriday when the nearly nude
body of attractive Mrs. Mary Ann
Prestridge, also of Fresno, was
found stuffed in a car trunk in
Don Decker, 28, a boyhood
friend of Kilmer and occupant
with hla mother of the apartment
where Kilmer waa hiding, tipped
police where to find the fugitive.
Decker laid Kilmer came to hi
Aanimanl nair th Samtial Cnlfl-
wyn Studlog laat Friday. He said
he waa unaware of Kilmer's in involvement
volvement involvement In the slaying until
several nights ago When tne fugi fugitive
tive fugitive took a newepaper from under
the seat In hli car and ihowed
him a story about the murder.
He admitted shooting Mri.
Prestridfe two timea in the head,
Kilmer told Decker he met Mri.
Prestridye the night of July 3 In
a "lovers lane" in Fresno wher?
she told him she "wanted to die"
if she couldn't be with him.
naoker cairl ha BlkPrl Kilmer
why he killed her and the fugi fugitive
tive fugitive answered, "I'd do anything
she told me to do."
01 Marines Rest
On Whitney Climb
DEATH VALLEY, CUf July
18 (UPI) The 201 marines
marching from 252 feet below
lea level to the 14,496-foot peak
of Mt. Whitney rested today.
The hikers, after trudging
through scorching heat above
100 degrees, hays, covered 4?,
miles in their ll-ffay; 179-mlle
course. Thev started the fatigu fatiguing
ing fatiguing march Monday night, sleep sleeping
ing sleeping during the days, tnd arriv arrived
ed arrived at Paramint Springs last
They will resume their march
"HOUND Of THE
full of llfo
Happiness and vitality during
liaby' early dsya are founded
upon a sound milk diet, huh
absence of baby's natural diet,
breast milk, Lactogen li a moat
Lactogen is an all cow's mill;
formula plus vitamins A and
D and iron.
Defense Department Actu: 2d
Of Trying ToCoverup On 6A0
WASHLNCTON (TJPI) chair-
man F dward Herbert (D-La.)
accused the Deferse Department
today of trying to undermine
an inquiry Into military practices
by Ml Home Arrned Services In Investigating
vestigating Investigating Subcommittee.
"The only conclusion l ean draw
is that they don t want us to find
out where the bodies are buried.
Hebert said. 'If there ii nothing
wrong, why cover up?
He said the department had
laaued a directive denying: the
general accounting offiea access to
cenain report ana recorai. rne
agency known as the GAO. acta
as a congressional "watchdog"
over government spending. It is
cooperating in the subcommittee's
Heben levelled big cover-up
cnarge as tne suocommittee met
behind closed doors to drive
deeper into one" Navy contract In
wnicn the government was over
charged tuis.ooo. -i ;,,
Emerging later' fronY the gecret
session. Hebert said the iub-com-!
mittee had disousaed details of the
caie with OAO and Navy officials. I
ALL ASSORTMENTS it SPECIAL FOR SKIN DIVERS.
. -., I -() :T I u4 I mid
For ths Blessings
, of Freedom
it ana Antitllt fn asSMf
iVISI f ".Wlllllliaei
in the light of thy lovt...
May our wortnip oi picas picas-Ing
Ing picas-Ing in thy tight.
END YOL'R SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
M II4 Mllfl'HEAVEN'S JtWEtRY"
Two morning worship services to cult your need. From ail Old
. Testament text we find that Ood it today fashioning sinful men
who by Hie redeeming grace will one day praise Him in Glory.
10)40 CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Rev. ELTON V1CKERB
:20 SUNDAY SCHOOL .(Classes for all ages)
Persistence in Bible study pay rich dividends; but to enjoy reg regular
ular regular Bible study it must be interesting, challenging, vital, and
Chriat centered You'll find it that Way in our school.
6 !30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Church training Is a MUST if we are going to work effectively fat
. the Lord's plsn for evangelism.
7:30 "God'g Remedy For A Sinful World"
God holds, the Christian responsible for many of th ills of tha
Mission Minded Gospel Preaching; 4 Parking
Areas, Evangelical Nurseries Provided
ONLY CHRIST GIVES TRUE FREEDOM
S: SO SUNDAY SCHOOL-Start now in New CJaisei wlttL.
New Courses bided on the SAMS OLD BffllJrW'WRIT-
ISHH THAT. YS MIQHT BELIVS THAT JESUS IS THS-
SON OF OOD AND THAT BELIEVING YE MIGHT HAVE
LIFE (Eternal) THROUGH HIS NAME" John SO-31.
11:00 MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE "Let us draw near
... with a, trve:0aalrtIN FULL ASSURANCE Or FAITH.
Having bur hearts sprinkled from an evil eonsolenee, and
our bodiei washed with pure water FOR HE IS FAITH FAITHFUL
FUL FAITHFUL THAT PROMISED (JESUS)." Hebrew 10:33,33. Ser Sermon:
mon: Sermon: "Slaves of security or Workers together with Ood."
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL (Grades 4 and Up)
. inspirational Interesting instructional Scriptural
7100 rENWfr GOSPEL HOOt For tha Saved and ft
the Unsaved Sermon "DO ANGELS SING?";'
Ret, 6:9 V.AiujjWey sung a nsw sons; saylna. X ?
TKOtr hajst nvckwxD us to ood by thI blood;
SERVICES DESIGNED NOT FOR OBSERVATION
. BUT FOR PARTICIPATION
IV ANGELICAL NON-DENOMlNATlONAL U MISSION j
ZFL MINDED FRIENDLY .,J
However, ha aaid the niturg
the tetumony ,wss gucBuasiiiB
could not elaborate at this time.
The investifcttorg have been try trying
ing trying to determine whether retired
higb-raukinf military officers, bow
emp'oyed in defense Industries,
have beet, able to influence, de defense
fense defense contracts It also kasr lofln
looking into alleged waste and is is-efficiency
efficiency is-efficiency ia military procurement.
The Navy esse. wag re parted ta
tha Houae investlgatorg ay GAQ
official! Wednesday. But they re4
fused 'x identify the Arm puSlicly
because tne case has been referred
to the Justice Department for oi-
gioie cnminai pToaacuuoo.
"DULLIS AIRPORT" NAM ID
WASHINGTON' (UP) -a Prtst Prtst-dent
dent Prtst-dent Eisenhower has -..named
Washington's new international
airport after the later Secretary
of State John, Foster Dulleg,The
new 9,400-acre airport, bow. Under
construction near ChantillysVa.
is expected to be in service aome
time in 1061. It will be known, al
"Dulles International Airport"
Y CIA. LTDA.
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Crucified Risen Coming Again
Uaten ta "Manna la Tba Morning"
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SATURDAY, JULY IS, llSt
ilairly Wvnn Shuts
.v ---i-. a v'-(-- n v. j-
fir ;i v
Jer Ralph Terry Also
: lolds Chisox To 2 Hits
NEW YORK. July 18
inn th "hitless wonders"
Rot couldn't care less just
them in time for the World Series.
And tt way they're going now
- V inAk. like they might get that
call even though they don't hit
i bard enough to put a dent in a
I tub of butter.
i Held hitless until the ninth w w-i
i w-i nine by 23-year-old Ralph Terry
J uct nieht. the White Sox put
I together, iwo hits a walk and a
i.i fAi- the onlv runs of the
I game iff o victory uvn
J New York Yankees;
I nnnvii Jim McAnany broke
terry's 'vhltless spell when lie sm-
4 filed througn me uu. vu u v
,the ninth. Then, after a L elder's
r choke, a sacrifice and an inten inten-4
4 inten-4 tional walk filled the bases, Jim
J Landia .singled past first base
. for two runs.
Uu, Veteran Early Wynn, who
"' his 12th victory, matcn-
no-hitttr for five
, inning before tht Y n k t e
. pitcher beat out an infield hit.
Norm Siebern's ninth-innins '"
' 8 was the only other hit
" The victory kept the White Sox
one .game in front of the second-
' place Indians, who out-lasted the
Bed Sox, 8-7. Baltimore defeated
I Detroit, 3-2 and Kansas City
- whipped Washington, 7-4 :n
Other American League games.
. San Francisco stretched iis Na-
II tional League lead to two games
with a 4-1 victory over Pitts Pitts-j
j Pitts-j burgh while Philadelphia beat
f second-place Los Angeles, 3-2. St.
" Louis topped Milwaukee, 4 3, and
Chicago blanked Cincinnati, 4-0.
" Rocky Colavito hit his 29ih
homer in Cleveland's victory o o-vet
vet o-vet Boston. The Indians built
themselves an 8-1 lead and then
''grimly held on as reliever Gary
Bell struck out pinch hitter Bob Bob-by
by Bob-by Avila for the final out atfer
: the Red Sox had rallied for three
tuns in the ninth following a pre
vious three-run rally in the sev
enth. Rookie Larry Locke was
the winner and Ike Delock the
Kocky bridges' two-run error
'with the bases full led the O O-i
i O-i rioles to their victory and the
slumping Tigers to their fifth
consecutive defeat. Brooks Robin-
"HOUND OF THE
V lit a f
J Blundartnji, wondarinfl
f' la mama-and-papa to thraa marvaloua,
V JXt mlachlef-maklng kids till lovely
' Li I climbs aboard hli houseboat
. ft iv y x '-c' i ii
- ' 1 v--'-' 1 TODAY I MIDNIGHT SHOW! I
' I- fTZ-ZZ-J AT Ray MII.LAND Rhonda FLEMING In I """ I
" i.-f; UMJP.M. r JAMAICA
(UPI) Everyone calls
and theirst-place White
so long as someone calls
son opened the second inning
wiui s iiuiirci iiiiu vvru uiwc iuub
scored in the same frame on
Don Mossi allowed only three
hits but suffered his fourth loss
against seven wins, Skinny
Brown posted his sixth victory
with Milt Pappas aid in the
eighth. Frank Boiling homered
for Detroit." '
Dick Williams and Harry Chiti
each drove in two run-in a four four-run
run four-run seventh inning rally tnai car carried
ried carried the A-s to their victory over
Washington. Roy Sievers hit his
12th homer for the Senators, who
suffered their first setback in
four games. Ned Garver won his
seventh game in 16 decisions
while Russ Kemmerer was tag
ged with his 10th loss acaVist
Sad Sam Jones limited the
Pirates to seven hits and
struck out seven in gaining his
13th victory for the Giants.
San Francisco scored Its" first
two runs off loser Ronnie Kline
and its last two off relief ace
Elroy Pace. Eddie Bressoud
paced ttie Giants' 10-hit attack
with a double and two tingles.
Harry Anderson's seventh ir.nin
homer broke a 2-2 tie and ena
bled the Phillies to hand Roeer
Craif of the Dodgers his first de defeat
feat defeat of the season. Craig gave
up only four hits and fanned ix
wnue los Angeles collected 10
hits off winner Jim Owena ;i!The
victory was Owen's fifth comnar-
ed with eight losses.
ThP Cardinals rallied for two
runs in the eiehth off Warren
Spahn to deal the Braves th.ir
fourth straight loss. Ken Bover's
single, a double bv Joe Cunnin.
ham and another single by rook rookie
ie rookie Gene Oliver made un St.
Louis' witming rally and result
ed in Spahn'g 10th defeat aeaint
11 wins. Reliever Lindv McDan-
lei gained his eighth victory a-
gaintj 10 defeats.
oouwipaw Art ceccare i oitrhprt
the Cubs to their fourth straight
victory wmie shutting out the
Reds on six hits. The Cubs reach reached
ed reached Bob jJ?urkey. iJor seven-hits
and scored the only run of the
game in the fifth on two singles,
a walk and an infield out. The
victory moved the Cubs above
the .500 mark and within two
games of the fourth place Pi Pirates.
rates. Pirates. LEADING
(Based en 10 or mere decision)
Face, Pirates 14 0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants 14 1 .7v8
Mizell, Cards 10 4 .714
Law, Pirates 10 5 .714
Drysdale, Dodgers 11 6 .647
W L Pet.
McLish, Indians 11 3 .186
Shaw, White Sox 8 3 .727
Fischer, Senators 8 3 .727
Wilhelm, Orioles 10 4 .714
.Pappas, Orioles 10 4 x .714
I TODAY tl
(Based mi JSO official at bats)
O AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Mil -White,
85 350 61 128 .366
83 304 48 103 .839
80 287 57 96 .334
88 327 69 109 .333
73 248 30 82 .331
88 355 61 117 .330
80 256 35 84 .328
89 361 60 115 .519
88 374 72 117 .313
88 362 68 112 309
Cham, St. L
Kuenn, Det 83 328 55 114 .348
87 358 48 119 .332
75 291 47 96 .330
84 326 50 106 .3?5
80 260 36 84 .323
87 320 67 98 .306
76 290 40 87 .300
85 345 69 103 .299
73 281 39 84 .299
80 302 56 89 .295
Runs Batted Tn
Jensen, Red Sox
Jensen, Red Sox
Lawn Tennis Assn.
RIVER FOREST, 111. (UPI)-
Th U.S. Lawn Tennis Assn. to
day considered disciplinary action
aeainst Alex Olmedo who was
kicked out of the National Clay
Courts tournament for not trying,
The 23-vear-old sparkplug of the
U.S. Davis -Cup team and holder
of the Wimbledon singles crown
went down in listless defeat
aeainst South African Aba Segal,
6-2, 6-1, 6-0, Thursday and left the
court amid loud boos from a ois
appointed, crowa ai uie mver rui
est Tennis Club,
Segal said Olmedo told him he
"threw the match."
"I came 'here to play tennis. I
don't like to win that way," Segal
Olmedo's burst of temperament
threw the tournament into a up uproar.
roar. uproar. The Peruvian walked off the
court and hurried from the dress dressing
ing dressing room to his hotel room, re refusing
fusing refusing to speak, to anyone.
Olmedo later said through Per Perry
ry Perry Jones, captain of the Davis
Cup team, that he was "sorry
about the whole thing."
Olmedo, Jones said, would "talk
to everybody later" to explain his
George Barnes, first vice-president
of the USLTA, said that a
protest had been received from
the tournament committee.
"It will likely consider discipli disciplinary
nary disciplinary action," he said. "What It
will be, I don't know.
In hatln . and tau tn I I Sw
By HIR1IRT MOISI
Marlboro of the Colon Basket Basketball
ball Basketball continued its march to the
1959 pennant with a convincing
73 to 59 victory over a reinforc reinforced
ed reinforced Powell team which dropped
its sixth straight game.
In the other games, Deportivo
Iris easily won Its fourth game
consecutively by outscoring the
Cuna Indians 38 to 16 and Cerve Cerveza
za Cerveza Balboa kept in second place
dj Dcaung a iuuuwiu icpi w
Two "big games" are. an tap
for- Monday. In the women' Di Division,
vision, Division, first place and undefeat
ed Dep. Iris will meet tne Ram Ram-bow
bow Ram-bow City Laasies of Mentola
dos and in the men's league,
Marlboro will meet Pepsi Cola.
This men's game has long been
awaited by the Colon ians and
should attract a good crowd.
Pepsi Cola is comprised ef vet veterans
erans veterans of several season aback
and their backers are claiming
On Bonus Stars
By NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK UPI)(-The Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies and St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals have done the most free freehanded
handed freehanded spending in this season's
record $3-to-S4-W ilH an major
league bonus giveaway to untried
youngsters, a United Press Inter International
national International survey ahowed today
CWD that currently is last in tne
National League, have sheued out
bonuses totaling nearly 550,000
with the Cardinals not far behind,
according ta the best baseball
"Every young kid Just autta
school is a bonus baby these
days," is the wail of the scouts
engaged in the sky's-the-limit bid bidding
ding bidding for young major league pros prospect.
pect. prospect. The youngsters who receive the
biggest haul this year was Ray
Culp Jr., a 17-year-old right-handed,
pitcher from Austin, Tex. The
Phils had to go to $100,000 to out outbid
bid outbid 14 other major clubs whom
young Culp impressed. He cur currently
rently currently i pitching for Johnson City
(Tenn.) in the Clase D Appalach
General Manager Bob Quinn of
the Phils also handed out an esti estimated
mated estimated $70,000 of owner Bob Car Carpenter's
penter's Carpenter's money to Don Dessey, an
18-year-old pitcher from Corcoran,
Calif.; approximately $50.00!) to
Larry Daniels, a 19-year-old short shortstop
stop shortstop from Birmingham, Ala.; and
$40,000 each to Al Neigher, 20,
pitcher, from Wilmington, Del.,
and Lew Debole, 21, pitcher, from
National League clubs generally
have been outbidding their Amer-
ican League nvais oy a wme
marcin. Next to the Phils and
Cards in the bonus-spending, derby
come the Cincinnati Reds and Los
Angeles Dodgers. The Baltimore
Orioles and New York Yankees
appear to be the AL's biggest
The Reds made the second-highest
payoff to a member of the
1959 schoolboy graduating class
when they gave an estimated $90, $90,-000
000 $90,-000 to Jim Maloney, a 18-year-old
pitcher from Fresno, Calif,
TODAY ENCANTO -35-20
Tony Curtis in
"SOME LIKE IT HOT
Gene Barry in
"Hong Kant Confldentil"
MANHUNT IN THE
with Robin Hughes
with Randolph Scott
Cops 6 th Straight
that they are Hie only team with
an outiida thance of stopping
IRIS It CUNA U
Juan Carrillo la leading Depor
tivo Iris to a sensational march
to this 1959 season's title. aa they
are undefeated at this moment
in four outings. In the last en encounter
counter encounter they outplayed and out outlasted
lasted outlasted the Indian team 38 to 16
in a contest which featured the
battle for the leaiue's lead in
Two teammates, Melvina Mow Mow-att
att Mow-att and Marva Knight, were tied
before game time and battled for
the 32 minute all in friendly
competition. Knight took the tem temporary
porary temporary lead scoring 14 points to
Mowatt's 10. These topped the
Iris scorers while Herre with six
was tops far Cuna.
CERVEZA BALBOA M
PEPSI COLA 73
Cerveia Balboa with Peter Han Hansen
sen Hansen Bernard scoring 23 points
emerged winners in one of the
Hardest fought contest of the 'Co
lon District Basketball League.
The aging Pepsi Cola team un
folded another oldtimer in Ens-
The Oatwn -eel will be dee dee-4
4 dee-4 Menday, July 27,fr clean cleaning
ing cleaning in preparation for the meet.
Atlantic side contestants will
report to the Gatun pool on time
so that the first race can begin
promptly at 9 a.m.
Everyone that will be swim swimming
ming swimming must present their swim swimming
ming swimming I D. card to get into the
Four places for each event will
be picked at Gatun to compete in
the Finals at Gamboa Pool on
Aug. 7, 1959.
Events for Junior
10 and under)
25 yd. Free style
. 25 yd. Brea stroke
25 yd. Butterfly
25 yd. Back stroke
(11 and 12)
50 yd. Free style
50 yd. Breastroke
a50 yd. Butterfly
50 yd. Back stroke
100 yd. Free style
(13 and 14)
100 yd. Free style
100 yd. Butterfly
100 yd. Back stroke
50 yd. Free style
100 yd. Breast stroke
200 yd. Free style
(15 and H)
100 yd. Free sTyle
100 yd. Back strike
200 yd. Breast stroke
200 yd. Free stvlei
100 yd. Butterflv
90 yd. Free style
To Live Up To Name
The Fort Kobbe Regulars are
living up to their name by win
ning regularly as they completed
the first round of PAF basketbnH
play by downing the Amador
Troopers 93-82 at Fort Amador
Thursday bight. Their record is
five straight wins.
The Regulars did not display the
form that has brought them over
100 points in their last two games,
but were sparked hy the shoot shooting
ing shooting and ball hawking of star for forward
ward forward Dave Howard, who rose to
every occasion while stripping the
nets for 27 .points.
Amador's Troopers were able
to slow the usual fast breaking
Kobbe quintet in the first and third
quarters and only the shooting of
guard Dan Daniels enabled the
Regulars to hold a slim 17 16 lead
St the end of the first quarter.
Swapping basket for basket
throughout most of the second pe period,
riod, period, the game remained close un until
til until the Regulars caught fire with
two minutes remaining in the half
to pull to a commanding 43-29
lead at the buzzer. A'
Amador got an attack moving
2 Spanish Pictures!
Aladino y la Lampara
Ataud del Vamprra
with Abel Salazar
The tiger woman
' i. r 1
tace (Jack) Smith, the popular
National Guard lieutenant.
Pepsi. Cola led 3not of the
way leading at half lime by six
points 31 to 25. Balboa looked
helpless until .the final three
minutes when McFarlane, Davie
and Hansel pulled off some fan
cy shooting to Dring tneir tans to
life and take the game's lead.
rom this point, it was just a
"matter of time" aa the old, tired
blue and red Pepsi Cola were ea
sy victims. to the much younger
shooters or ine winners.
MARLBORO 71 POWELL 19
Led by the heavy shooting of
Arturo Agard (25 points), Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro pulled away to a quick 10-1
lead then coasted to an easy 73
to 59 victory. Once again, the
Marlboro team utilized, its blis blistering
tering blistering speed and sharp shooting
to win their sixth consecutive
Powell Garage, reinforced with
three servicemen, looked better
than in previous games but still
proved inadequate to the task of
being the first to beat Marlboro
Helping Agard on the offense
13, Hyacinth with 12 and andr.v
de with 11. For the losers, Quino Quino-nes
nes Quino-nes with 17 was the top man.
Putt Putt Loop
Panamefia de S.
W L T
Monday night will be the final
competition in the Putt Putt
League. Everybody in the league
has showed good sportsmanship
and loyalty to their teams. Thus,
thepla y has been very keen. Alt
er Monday's competition the trifc-
phies will be awarded t-.otha win
ning teams and to the individuals
who have won the trophy for
Best individual with most "hole-iri-one,"
and best woman player
in the league.
The teams Los Independientes
and Jantzen have played almost
stroke for stroke throughout the
league play, and they thoulg top
the league with Los Independien Independientes
tes Independientes holding a little margin but
these two teams will be playing
each other this coming Monday,
so the results should be interest interesting.
ing. interesting. This writer gives a little edge
to Lod Independientes but most
people say Jantzen will win.
In the competition for the best
woman player Dora Burgos has
run away from the rest of the
field. Therefore, it is fair to say
that she is about the only posi positive
tive positive winner for one of the Mon Monday
day Monday night trophies.
In the race for other individual
trophies, Jorge Paz Rodriguez
may win both of them. Jorge and
Dora both played for Ansa, and
at this time it is only fair to say
that Ansa is the most improved
team in the league. Without their
slow start, they might have won
All competition should b good
on Monday night, so all of you
are invited to come to Putt Putt
and watch the play.
midway through the third period
behind the shooting of Ray Craw Crawford
ford Crawford and Joe Jacobs and with on only
ly only two minutes to go pulled to
witin three points before the
Regulars rallied again to go a a-head
head a-head by a score of 06-57 at the
end of the .quarter.
Crawford was high for the night
with 29 points and got a lot of
assistance from Joe Jacobs' 19
markers and Dick Burbach's 11.
Kobbe.'s third quarter lead was
all they needed as the final stan stanza
za stanza proved to be the best of the
game. Both teams scored over 25
points. Howard's scoring efforts
were backed by Dan Davis,
Charles Williams and Carl Laux,
all of whom hit doublet figures,
witn ii, is ana n points respee-
GIRLS OF THE
with Mara Corday
with Rory Calhoun
fditor: CONRAOO SARCEANT
aa s l i l i
L Pet. GB
Les Angels a
.S41 J J-421
421 J-421 4
Los Angeles at' Philadelphia
San Francisco at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at Chicago'
MUwaukea at St. Louis (N)
000 000 0000 6 0
000 010 OOx 1 T 0
Purkey (8-10) and Dotterer.
Cecearelli (2-0) and S. Taylor.
Los Angeles 100 010 00 J 10 1
Philadelphia 010 001 10x-3 4 1
Craif (4-1). -Towler and Roue.
Owens (5-8) and Lonnett.
San Francisco 100 .000 1204 10 0
Pittsburgh 010 000 0001-7 J
S. Jones (13-9) and Landnth.
Kline (7-8), Face and Kravlti,
Milwaukee 012 000 0001 10 1
St. Louis 101 000 02x 4 T 2
Spahn (11-10), McMahon and
Jackson, McDaniel T$-iO) and
, se 4i
Coco Solo Swim Program
Te Begin Monday Morning
The School's Playground Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Program, at Coco .. Solo
swimming pool, will get under underway
way underway on Monday, July. 20 at 9
a.m. with a full scheduled 'of
swimming classes and special
The pool, which was closed for
painting, reopened this week. As
part of the program, a "Family
Night Spalsh Party" will begin
at 7 p.m. and wfll, feature special
fun events and games for the en
The swimming courses which
are being offered at Coco Solo
Pool are part of the Division of
Schools new water safety pro
gram which is being initiated
this summer. For each course
successfully completed' red, white,
and blue emblems will be award awarded.
ed. awarded. Completion will also qualify
the individual for the Red Cross
Water Safety Emblems.
Enrollment for all classes mav
still be made at the pool office.
Pool hours are from S a.m. to 5
p.m. daily, with the excentlon of
Mondays and Wednesdays, when
me pooi remains open for night
swimming until 9 p.m.
The "Weeklv .Swim
which will be held on Saturday
mornings win oe open to Marga Margarita
rita Margarita swimsters, as well as Coco
A freestyle event will be held
COCO SOLO 1:00
a Richard Eyer
Sun." "These Thousand Hills'
B A L B O A
Added: TATTERSON ts. JOHANNSON Fight Pleture!
, f Als(t ShowiriB. SUNDAY and. MONDAY.
"ME AND THE
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Santa Crus 7:00
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Today'g Games r,i f f
Chicago at New York
Kansas City, at Washingtoa
, Cleveland at Boston
'Detroit at Baltimore (T-NJ
Yeaterday'a Results 1
, (Night Game) J
Detroit 001 000 010-1 J
Baltimore 030 000 OOx 3
Mossi (T-4), Morgan and Ber.
Browne (6-5), Pappas and Tfiaa.
Chicago 000 000 001-1
New York 000 000 0000
i Wynn (12-6) and Lollar.
Terry (3-T) and Berra.
Kansas City 012 000 4007 10 0
Washington 101 011 0004 10 3
, Carver (T-l) Grim and Chiti.
1 Kemmerer (5-10) .CTevenger and
Cleveland 221 003 0008 14 0
Boston 010 000 3037 10 S i
Locke (l-l), Perry and Fitge. .U
pelock (6-5), Harshman W a
Kiely, Fornieles and White.
for those in the I and under age
group, while youngsters t in age
groups through 16 and 'Under will
compete In breast-stroke, b a c k- j t:
stroke, butterfly, and crawl -r
stroke races. Each contestant, .L
will receive a candy bar for hie
or her efforts, as well as appro--.
pnaie awaras tor t & o s e who ?
place in events. T
Presentation nt luiimmihK wl
,D. cards will ;be; reauired fnrct
admission to the pool and for
class attendance. AoDlicatinn mav -
be made for swimmins cards
when registration for classes is -Jr
made. A complete list of.clan-.iVi
es and events ara ha follows!
Class, days and time?
Kindergarten M.W. I a.m.
. Beginner M-W, 9 a.m. '!
Advanced Beginner M-W
Intermediate M-W, 11 a.m.
Swimmer M-W, 10 a.m.
W.S.A. M-T-W, 8 a.m.
Adults T-Th, 9:30 a.m.
Advanced M-W, 10 a.m. V
, Jr. Life Saving M-W, 11 a.m.
Sf. Life Saving M-W, 11 a.m.
Competitive Swimmina M-W.
F, 1 p.m. ;
Water Polo T-Th, 10 a.m..
-Games and Relays TJth 1
Weekly Swim Meets Sit.
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
a George Montgomery
" W A T V S I
, "The Spanish Gardener"
' 2.00 4:10 -6:20- 8X0
-Air-conditioned '- 7
'LAST STAGE STAGECOACH
COACH STAGECOACH WEST
Sun. "Me and
Icamp ttterd 7:00
and "The Tall
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mm MEET WINNERS The- fifty-yard back stroke of the Elks
Fourth of Julv; Swim-Meet was won by Garfh Feney and to his left
Ml Stewart J Brown making the
phy. Brown J director of youth
winner was Jim wiison.
, v i Wildcat
1 Hawkeyes 47
3 0 21
1 -vv 'It
t. i.t Vt-Mav nicht'a onener the
I Wildcats clawed the Badgers 44 to
37 in a overtime ball game. At
tfce oncluion of game time the
score was 37 all, the Cats scoring
7 point i the overtime while
holding theia opponents scoreless.
The losi4of Stromberg on fouls
,Ant the overtime seriously nan
( capped the Badgers. He led tun
1 m with 22 points while Engelke
,d Stewart hit for 13 and 12 for
the Cti.' Thlsj contest gav the
Cats "undisputed possession of sec
The nightcap contest saw' the
Hawkeyes break into -the win col col-iftnn
iftnn col-iftnn once again by humbling the
Wolverines il to 44. Roe with 21
and Carroll with 12 led the Hawks
while Paiak scored 18 noints for
On oOenlntf 'night' of the second
half of the Elks League shimmer
basketball schedule one fdund'
tint nlare th MwMn 1h nl-
urines and Wildcats, the Badgers
in third and the Hawkeyes in the
After winning their- first 1 fi v
eamea the Wolverines have been
paving their iroubles. Comprising
Elks Basketball League
-i iip pSskY 22
presentation of the first place tro
activities for the ElKs. becona piace
the youngest group of players in
tne league, mey nave ueuu wj
aA hv veteran DnnP Paiak and
wiH be strengthened for the wind
up of the iea.son., On the other
Vising rlotnite reneated efforts tO
! strengthen the Hawkeyes by per-
th doldrums and insist on main maintaining
taining maintaining a firm hold on the cellar.
l r 4- 1
V 1 1
- i f i
m wW 'jl'? I
am 1.116 VVllUUULSi luab U1C11 luailtc
o to stay in first place Tuesday nite
, I when they dropped a ragged game
,.to the Hawkeyes 52-31. Lpss of
f Engelke ana Stewart by way of
Si the foul route late in the game
J I hurt the Cats, who threw away a
i 6 point lead with less than 2 mi'i-
J utes left in the game.
I Scott, R."
spower iaoen uaaeer aumtet
dumping the lethargic Hawkeyes
andsBcott bffset the- point poruric-
;v t- u t"rrou: oi ine
Haitks to keep .them. in the ceT,ar.
In the second game of the even evening
ing evening the Wildcats tooved into a first
glace tie .fey overwhelming the
8.! splurge by Engelke.
"HOUND OF THE
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By OSCAR FRAL1Y
PHILADELPHIA (UP1) The
U.S.A. and the U.S.S.R.
accustomed to matemng nuciear
wapon-get back down to a
comparison of taveman mnsclei!
today when they open a two two-day
day two-day dual track met;in the capir
tahstic confines of ivy festooned
Franklin Fild. 1
Uncle Sam's nephews wert ia ia-vored
vored ia-vored to down the Soviet stars in
a 22-event program for men. But
th Russian women were expected
to save face for the hammer and
sickle by winning the 10-evnt
.Sour notes developed when this
meet first was held at Moscow
last year. The' American m n
won, 126-109, while i the Russian
women came out on top, 66-44. So
the Russians combined the totajs
to boast an overall triumph.
Such a double play has b e n
precluded this time with an
totals and aU was sweetness and
sunshine. The vlpittag f1
athletes have been wined, dined
j t.i.... in thnta twn treat
American institutions ball games
The only strained pote came
...v u.. nuactani iitken tBit the
program be altered to help their
broad jumper, 21-year old stu stu-ji
ji stu-ji Tnr Ter.nvanesvan. who
,iii chnnt for i double by a 1 s 0
competing to the decathlon. The
".f -a me nut "n6" in Yankee
language but, after
discussion, the 'Amenciii officials
decided to be gooa nosis tu-
cede figuring it wouldn't make
any difference, anyhow.
12 WINS HOPED
The Americans were Counting
on 12 first places Iff the- 'men's
events, where the scoring will 1
On a 5-3-Z-l DBSIS Wlin mcu icam
limited to two men in eacn event.
Today individual events ?n
hammer, shot. 0 0 1 e
uranlt hroad iumo, 100-mater
dash, 100-meter hurdles, 400 me-
relav 10.000 mfr
men. Tjje, women'wiU jibrnWe"!!!
te nign jump, javeim, u.v"?
100-meter dash and 400-meter rU-
Tmnnwi Hi Ttlftn will CO at
nnn Ann meter 800 me
ters. 1.500-meters, 3,000 meter
steeplechase, 5,000 meters, 1,600 1,600-meter
meter 1,600-meter relay, hlghumc,,; discus,
k. .(an en4 4nmn ann lAveHn.
tMn.f. in fHA
. 1 1AA maUl A Q Vl
13 1 ... i -i.. M.4V iA
n' The meet opens wiih ceremo
is 9 as nm. fe.d.t.) Satur
Jlica a. r--
. j... ..AlVi marm rlnlldv weather
i) predicted On Sunday the, first
34 event is listed foT v3 pm (,a.t.1,
'Suiidav's events will be televised
i over NBC, with a local blaclcout.
are working hard thu summer to
i lie Daiuua o "- f
i t. a MARniniia nr Tim, miiihii.-
iwiA tVis same, nf Daaketball.
lug euu Mie
From ten until eleven Monday
through Friday mornipgs, one can
fin1 fifteen tn twentv CiTlS tar-
ticioatinB in daily foul ahppting
contests ano oasKetoa4
Every Monday neW .teams are
.hnun tn nnmnete tot1' weekly
prizes in basketball. Weekly prlcfis
are also given tor tne most puims
accumulated in ,the' daily, foul
-hnntino Knntecti Kven if the
girls do not win a weekly prize
r i l i : .it iV. m!1 n n
in IOUI snouilllg lu un bum pic
stacking up points for the trophy
which will De awarded at the close
of the playground summer pro
gram sponsored Dy me Division
In basketball, the first week the
Kool Kats dropped three gams to
the Hot dogs. The second week
prize was captured by the Bull
dogs but only alter a rougn piay
off game because of a tie. This
velra CAmnetitinn il keen, tl
to date the Balboa Bulldog hate
two wins to tne uaiDoa tigers
The first week, Grace wnitney
was winner of the hoop in the
foul shooting contest with a score
of 86. Beth Brown captured the
second week prize, a movie ticket,
with 53 points Yesterday Kathy
Dolan has racked up the lead for
this week with 42 points.
These girls would like to ctwil-
lenge girls of any Canal Zone
schools summer program to a
ffame nf haalrethalt. AnV slrU in
terested will please contact Mr.
Mcumougn at tne.Baiooa uyin-
Ant 1ealintV' KaJmlntnn nlfrtrai. 4r
the young fry, age group ten- to
r A. T ar 1 ... Ml
xourieen is maniyn i,amny. : ane
has won six matches, while, losing
none, ia maica, oeing iwo -wins
out of three games.) .
AUSSI El SELECT PLAYERS
f MEXICO CITY (UPI) Aus Australia
tralia Australia has named Neale Fraser
and- Rod Laver for singles
matches against Mexico in: this
week-end's Davis Cup series. Fra Fraser
ser Fraser will meet Antonio Palafox on
Saturday while Laver playi
against Mario Llamas.
Dan Daniel j
Gagged by the American
League ana warned that Wssh Wssh-tngtoa
tngtoa Wssh-tngtoa never will be permitted to
leave that circuit, Calvin Grif Griffith
fith Griffith still looks to the. day when
h mill move hi franchise to
Lot Angeles. Areund the country
there is an impression the refurn refurnished
ished refurnished and high-powered Senator!
are snowing tremendous improve improvement
ment improvement at the gate, that Griffith's
problems have been solved by
f ast-clickijig turnstiles and a re resurgence
surgence resurgence of that fan interest
which in 1946 set the capital's at attendance
tendance attendance record of 27,000 above
A talk with Griffith, as the sec second
ond second half of the season began, re reveals
veals reveals the Washington club is not
enjoying the reported bonanra,
. . T ..111 1 a Ilk (ka
inai u is sun oesei wun ure muj
old financial problems. Calvin ap-
ftarenllv ran ee no rav of hODe.
"Someuiing wm nave w cracn
soon tn the AL's reiationsmp 10
California," Griffith said.
"Everythwere I go people con-
0ratu1a4 me on the alleeed Cer-
tainlv nf hitlinc 800.000 in attend
ance this season. Well, the books
for the first half ot tne season
show only 70.000 admission above
mn. flfturaa fnr th nr.All-Str
period an i5S. i.asp year our ai-
annanve fnr tn wanmtrun nea
tnn iv nn hetter than 475.288.''
That the Washington club show
ed a small profit trom 1958 trac
e to 1300.000 in television reve
nui. rThat was cut fii hilf by re
duced xnonsorshio for 1959. In
short, the Senators still are in fi financial
nancial financial straits. Small wonder
Griffith is interested in reports
from Los Angeles that Walter
Francis O'Malley would welcome
an AL" tenant in Chavez Ri-
'MOST COLORFUL CLUB'
STILL NOT BIG DRAW
"What do our Washington fans
mt9" flriffith mnoeri "Franlr-
want?" Rriffith mused. "Frank
l,r I Ar.n'1 lrnntn Parllini h alt,
aatioji wui improve" :m tms -wi
ono nan. 1
'We hava the most colorful
cluh in the leasue. Harmon Kille
brew. Bob Allison, Roy Sievers
and Jim Lemon give us power
we never had before.
'In the first half we led the
league in homers with some-
i;irA inn Hut rioHnHv .is
LliaiVCL AUUl VMV --MvJ
wnen i asitea uiujiui u. b uou
gon. through with his plan to
ask for league concessions, he
replied, "Nothing has developed
mi T --1 1 rf. 1 U 4 1, hnil
along those lines, n tne otoer
clubs want a precedent, they
hava nnlv tn InnV tin what the
league did for Don Barnes, when
n,was owner or uie urvwus. nc
was a man of means. Yet the oth other
er other owners lent him money, gave
him players gratis and cut the
"You Asked For It"
PANAMA'S MOST POPULAR REQUEST SHOW
THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY
per capita payments visiting
teams ieceivea in si. uomi.
Griffith has: bad chances to
casn in on tour home run
stars. Bill Veeck alone offered
toen aaa in a Weal whirh wnulri
have sent Sievers to Chicago. Ca
sey Stengel taixeo aoout axau.uuu
anrl turn nlnvera far. Alliunn ear
ly in May. Frank Lane was will
ing to outbid tne xanxees u uie
rookie outfielder could : be had.
r.riffith wants to hold on to his
Grade A nlayers and keep faith
WIU1 mi Ia1B. DUl uicy wui uarc
L.L 1-1. - ..I Iku. ...,11 U ...
toDerk ud if ha is. not to renew i
his California interest, which
came so close to moving him to
Sah Francisco before the Nation National
al National Leacue sot the 1umt on its
K. C. CLUB NOT
If thlnca still are not too sood
in 'Washincrtnn. thev liardlv aD-
perfT to be much bettek in Kan Kansas
sas Kansas Citv. However. reDdrts of 'Ar
nold Johnson's interest in Los
Aneeles are not yet backed up
by facts. Now -are the Athletics
entertaining uiai repurieu yen iur
Dallas-Fort Worth-or even re.
motely concerned with Xhe third
Only recently the K. c. ciud
wit asked tn send a representa
tive to. city hall to sign a new
five-year lease on us siaamm.
down'to confer with Hhe mayor
and other city omciais, explain explained
ed explained his meeting with them to me
in this way:
"I was quoted as saying some something
thing something about Dallas-Fort Worth,
.and the thrd j gye Well i J
made no threats, covert or oth otherwise.
erwise. otherwise. "We pay 5 percent of our take
as rental. The Cleveland and Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore clubs pay 7 percent. But
our rental comes to a lot more
than theirs heraiiae we olean the
park, maintain it, pay full price
"We have taken only a 'two-
vear lease because the city will
have to hnild a tunnel in our
park and put in other improve
ments before we win renew.
"As for giving any thought to
t he third lea cue. what could we
Uopjfte rget- oven vtber!,' c b,
BARROW JOINS HAMILTON
FENELON FALLS, Ont. (UPI)
John Barrow, former Univer University
sity University of Florida tackle, has signed
a 1959 contract with the Hamilton
Tiger Cats, a Canadian profes professional
sional professional football team.. Barrow had
been ; epartedf heading -for the
Detroit Lions Of the National
Football League before coming to
ON ..' '' 1 i
BOWLING WINNERS Members of the top-rank ing bowling aggregation of Fort Clayton met at
the most alleys to receive team and individual trophies garnered in the recent post championship
tournament. Lieutenant Colonel Joseph P. Michl-Deputy Post Commander did the awarding. From
left to right members of the team are: Specialist Four Abraham Rand, Spec alist Four William
Wood, Private First Class Russel
First Class Ted Keeler, Specialist
Fort Clayton Medics.
I TV '
RED ATHLETES Soviet athletes pose a problem for vendor Andy Anderson (right) as he strug strug-eles
eles strug-eles for a wav to tell them the Drlce of a soft drink. The athletes, wno came here to sv a base
ball game, ajft, (Jfit,,tQ.xlght); .Anatoly JflkaJJov. Gftilna iDolya and
.,?,;, ...-., 1 r ntrf vio 'it
KOBBE MIXED LEAGUE
KOBBE KEGLING KORNER
Taams W L
Quints 13 3
Jesters 10Vi 5Vt
Doggoners 10 6
Sevens 10 6
Tankers 7 9
Shud Havs 9'4
Fours 6 10
Holy Rollers 7 10
Ichiban 6 10
We've Had It 5 11
Leading averages (Men. Hero
Zost 165, Bob Sutton 165, Bob Ma Ma-thias
thias Ma-thias and Sal Laquadara 164.
(Ladies) Martha Crawford
143, Dee Thomas 139, Bobby Mil Miller
ler Miller 138.
QUINTS 1 TANKERS3
n, onint. fnnnn that all onnd
thino. nmo tn an end when thev'
were stopped after picking up 12Pt the We've Had It in the c
consecutive points. The Quints' ,ar by one game.
stumbhng block wa the Wwart Genja, Jm Hagg,
Tankers who took the first two, gUr keler J
jmlltT'mI Lt:" 526 handicap and close "y as
ers ran out of ammo and the ,.., m. Dr, Tnmi!... ...i.u
Quints averted a complete
by taking the last game.
Cliff Parker of the Tankers
packed a 506 scratch wallop, and
Jerry Diesing donated a 546 han
dicap to the swashbuckiiing land
ers cause, rom rnomas ana
Roy Williams maqe the head headlines
lines headlines for the Quints with 532 and
JESTERS Vi SHUD HAV Vi
The bugaboo of all league sec secretaries,
retaries, secretaries, popped in the second
game between the Jesters and
Shud Hav, when. the game ended
in a tie. Despite checking and
double checking by all the would would-be
be would-be auditors, the. ecore still re
mained 8624t0 $62.; This tie pre prevented
vented prevented the Jester 'from sweep sweeping
ing sweeping the series, but by. winning 3"
points the jesters have taken o o-ver
ver o-ver second place by that frac fraction.
tion. fraction. Ray Burton, rolling well had
the highest scratch series of the
night, a 526 and his 374 handicap
received plenty of support from
Jim Crawford's 516 handicap.
Martha Crawford had pelnty to
crow about with her 547 handi handicap,
cap, handicap, and Ann Burton although
playing second fiddle to her hus husband
band husband still had a good 545 handi
cap set. The Stud Havs, had Con Con-ley
ley Con-ley Cain and his 560 handicap
and Sal Laquadara's 522 handi handicap.
cap. handicap. HOLY ROLLERS 2
?The Doggoners were on their
Way to a most successful evening
in grabbing the first two games,
one by six sticks, but doggone it
the Holv Rollers started a roll-
Lickfeld, Corporal Daniel Bolin,
Five Joseph Fougere and Colonel Michl. The team represented the;
tu Army rDno
ing, and smasned enougn pins in
the finale to walk away with an
even split for the session.
Everend Lou Karry and Nancy
Johnson both had 500 handicap
series for the Holy Rollers. Fath Father
er Father Kary 518 and Nancy 503. For
the Doggoners, it was an all-wom-em's
performance, Corky Boyle
had 511 and Louise Parker 553,
In a battle of second division
teams, the Ichibans tore into the
We've Had its. The I c h i e s
scratched through the openei by
a 94 pin win. The We've Had it
kept pecking away and came out
on top by 22 pieces of lubm?r,
and repeated the process in the
finale, but the difference was a
two slim stick margin. This
meant another even split
507. For the cellar dwellers. La-
dy Loui Mathias had 505 hand,
cap Roy Perry 507, both handi
SEVENS 3 FOURS P-
The serene Sevens took the
forceful Fours for three mat of
four. points. In the curtaitwra!er
the. Fours' star bowler, Herb
Zost had the only "200," 2"!
game, but this did not savi his
team frojn getting spanked ,by 88
pins,liwhCn the Sevens posted a
920 game". However, the Sevens
dropped down to a 790 total, and
the Fours won by 45 stick' The
Sevens recovered quickly and
took the last game by 26 ; sticks,
and with it went the TPcredit
marker. ' ,f
The two opposing anchor1 men
put on a private duel, and Seven's
Bob Sutton came out. on top with
a 511 scratch against Herb Zost's
506 scratch. In ,the handicap
bracket, Sutton had l the Burke
family helping him. witli "J"
having 500 and "B" 530. For the
Fours Joe, Sort ino kicked in with
Kanal Kegling Kutupr: WmQng
the youngsters in the Canal Zone
bowling is getting to be ir.osr po popular.
pular. popular. All bow ing lanes report
that the future, hQelera are
crowding the boarda, 4n ;,Balboa
alone Dick Spvster antf'Lbu ciud
had classes bf 63', in one session
and 75 in another. Phil Vessio
and Dorsey Tyndall, are' doing
a landslide business with the Jun
iors in istn ivavai Distrtr. lanes,
Mary Sigfried, of Fort Gullck al
so has nlenty of ybungon'5s tak
ing up the art of bowling.
This enthusiasm on part of the
' $ '' -H 1
f I -1
i I v I
''v'l "' " ''
Major John Rooney, Sergeant
Yeugeni Sojolov. :'
youngsters is paying off in the
evenings, because more and more
families are having bowling out outings,
ings, outings, with pop and mom trying
their skill against their off
springs. Bowling fraternity, Is
losing one of its member, when
popular Mike Nunea of Albfook
leaves next Tuesday for Dover
Many leagues are popping up
here and there but are having
difficulties in getting ABC sanc sanction
tion sanction because of the absence of.
City Association Secretary. W
Far Fan league out of Kobbe.
will celebrate the distribution of
dirt catchers (awards) Saturday,
at me iioDDe nco Club Far Fan
is the latest league to be reorga reorganized
nized reorganized Under the auspices of
WIBC and ABC.
Crying need in local bowling
bowling establishments are light
weight balls for the kids. Balboi
Mixed league continues every
Wednesday evening with the Fun
sessions, but the attendance is
Top Diablo Tumblers ;
Gail Albritton and Mabl Ebe-
renz led the Tumblers of the
bio Gymnasium in last week's
prise day by earning line and
eight points respectively.
Gail executed the uree stunts
she choose perfectly, fach contest
ant was permitted to cnose inre
stunts and was awarded tnr"e
points for a perfect performanc
with one counter b-'ing deducted
for each error, yabje miscueo
once in stacking uf her eight bul
of the possible nite points.
In third place ms Patsy Albrifr
ton who accumulated seven points!
Francie Dignarn lso collected se seven
ven seven points but lot out in the plaj
off with Patsv. tfies are bnk?n
in the Diablo Tumbling Troupe bj
the athletes concerned tossinj
a c6in and caiing' it. The run
bier who calls correctly has thl
choice of whih stunt they will
both do, j
Thia nlavnff was QUltp unUSU!
in that France won the tos pBf
selected the iidian head stand! on only
ly only to be defeted by Patsy whl
scored a pertct three to her con
petitor's two I
The "Run who do Stunts" nrt
now busily employed iii the pep
fection of 1 several acts whicl
will be a nirt of the Diablo Gym
nasium's FimiW Night of iful
that will tke lace on weonea
day, July. 2,
sevep o clock
riance will ala
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Office open t-S weekdays."
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sifieds. Classifieds. Chare your ad if
yo hava a eommereial
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FARMACU LUX 144 Caml At. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J ft. ae la Oesa Ave. Me. 41 FOTO DOM Y Juste Awwwe Ave. end 31 St FAJU
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Mil Bella Tlsta Theatre MS Branca at tltnbiiez Snpai Market ea Via belli COLON OFFICE: 15th and Am. dm Cuttm No. 1421 Tel. 4M.
r' CoHmu. near aame
n. L... B.Ik. 2110 ha-
'tween 9 a.m. and neen, weekeavs.
PHILLIPS OeeemMe Certagaa
feats data R. da P. Msaae e-
1.1177 Glsteeel J-1S7I.
FOR HINT: Retidenca in "La
Cresta". Maee re ereer for an
embassy er legatien. Three bee-
raemi and rwe bathes. Msid's
k room end bath. Living-dining
room, carafe. Near the French
Embassy, Call 2-0893, 1-0894
FOR RENT: Newly eenstruet eenstruet-d
d eenstruet-d chalet In Lama Alegre. Calla
"C" Ne. 92, 4 bedroom, 2
Batiea, unfurnished. Far informa information
tion information call Mr. MeCabe 1-2247 er
FOR RENT: Chalet, first afreet
Na. 16, Paraue Lefevra, next te
Self eeurte, two bedream, maid's
auarters, hat water, larfe patio.
Call 3-4630. caretaker has keys.
residence, furnished, $250 per
month, including servants, for
August and September only. Call
3-6648 office hours
FOR RENT: 116.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Raw and Fran Fran-gipani
gipani Fran-gipani Street, close te Auto Ser Ser-vicia.
vicia. Ser-vicia. $235.00. Phone 2-0481
Experts its TV. radio. HI-FI and
We do mora Work, because we
do- ft the beat.
, Phone 2-1905.
,. -Crawford Agencies.
Tivali Avenue No. 1 8-20.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 1-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. te 10 P.M.
"IngO Will. Defend
Title On His 27th
Birthday Sept. 22
ARVIDSJAUR, Sweden (UPI)
Iniemar Johansson willb- de
fending his world heavyweight ti
tle on his 27th birthday if his re re-.
. re-. tern fight with Floyd Patterson is
staged at New York, Sept. 22.
Promoter Bill Rosensohn has
announced Sept. 22 as the pro pro-cosed
cosed pro-cosed date of the match.
"That's a finP date with me,"
. said the champion, appearing in
, An- exhibition here. "And I should
. u. l .;
, give mysen a present m a vie
Unbeaten Ingemar of Gotebirg
Sweden, said he's keeping him
elf in excellent condition for Pat
. terson, from whom h won the
. tiOe on a third-round knockout at
,. JTew York, June 26.
, ,. "I've trained all the time dur dur-.
. dur-. roe mv exhibition tour," he ex-
, plained. "I'm in fine shape but I
may have to use an American
. .sparring partner here before
.leave for America, six weeics
Before the bout."
,,, and Rosensohn arp srhed srhed-.
. srhed-. rl-'" 'or conference at fiote-
borg on .T"'v 24 to discuss details
of the fight.
tin to 2209 So,. Ft. of modern
office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espe.fi a on 46th block
ds only cost $0.85 "per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740
Gibraltar I Ins, Co.,
tor rates an Information
TeL Paaana X-SSM
Monday Uhi rridav
f:M a.sn.te U:M
l:Sf a.m. to l:M
Saturdav: :( kja. te I
E vary Sunday
FOR RtW: I bedream apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, maid's room,
hot water, satciui Baraga for 2
ears, air-eenditien installation,
etc., new building. Eusebie A.
Morales-Avenue, house "Olga".
Apply re apartment No. 2. Tel.
FOR RENT: Two (2) big apart apartments
ments apartments la Front Street. Conve Convenience
nience Convenience for big firms, has all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. Actually, oc occupied
cupied occupied by the VaneiueUnCon VaneiueUnCon-sulate.
sulate. VaneiueUnCon-sulate. Available en the and of
this month. Information'; phone
FOR RENT: Gl approved fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, modern, clean
building convenient location.
Automobile Row No. 36, call 3 3-6855
6855 3-6855 after 7 2-5046.
FOR RENT: In Cangrejo, fur furnished
nished furnished er unfurnished apartments,
two bedrooms, livingroom, din din-Ingreom,
Ingreom, din-Ingreom, balcony around, maid's
room, garage and hot water. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarre Street, La Ceste Ceste-llana
llana Ceste-llana Building. Tels. 2 2883 or
FOR RENT: Can.ree: Fully
furnished modem, cool, one
room apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENTi New and Writ Writable
able Writable on-bedroom apartmente,
chalet-styled, en G-1 Street, El
Cangrejo, with hot water, laundry
conveniences, garage, etc. For
information: Tel. 3-6634.
FOR ItENT: 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. "Itabelita Building".
FOR RENT: Completely private
en Tranristhmian 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. daring office
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,
ment, one targe room, balcony,
kitchen, bathroom and closet.
Apply lanitar T1-1I2, 4th July
Ave. er phone Hapklns, Balboa
IW'lNTiw4ii; tlt' 'evi 'evidential
dential 'evidential section of II Cangrejo,
two bedroom apartment with
porch, dining, livingroom, large
kitchen, laundry, maid's room,
garage, all screened, play-ground.
FOR RENT: Modern two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, front terrace,
maid's room and bathroom, gar garage,
age, garage, near El Panama Hotel, $100.
FOR RENT: In the luxurious
and modern, recently constructed
"Alina" building, two-bedroom
apartments, living-dining room,
air-conditioned, hot water Instal Installation,
lation, Installation, maid's room, independent
wash tubs, elevator, penthouse
for parties, etc. On the ground
floor: two air-conditioned com commercial
mercial commercial sites. Inquire Marlchal
Boyd, Office: Peru Ave. No. 57.
Tels. 3-6710 and 3-7926.
FOR RENT: Apartment exclu exclusive
sive exclusive place, comfortable, beautiful,
all conveniences. Can be seen
evenings from 4 to 6. Vallarino
Place, ,7 1 Carr Transistmica No.
BROADCASTS IN ITALIAN
NEW YORK (UPI) Mrs. Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Roosevelt made what she said
was her first public talk in Italian
yesterday a local radio inter interview
view interview opposing Tammany leader
Carmine De Sapio. Mrs. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt said she had learned the
language in school in England as
a girl. Arnold Hartley, vice presi president
dent president of the Italian-language sta station
tion station WOV, said her delivery was
"grammatically perfect Italian
but, like Mrs. Roosevelt's French,
delivered in unmistakable Ameri American
can American accents.'
Finance Tour New Or
It ted Car
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES OT TO S8 Mo,
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
SHOI CHANGES ADVISBD
LONDON (UPI) American
shoe magnate Max Jarman, who
controls 62 leading shoe compan companies,
ies, companies, said todav everv man
should own at least 2 pairs of
shoes. "What better support for
my views could you get than the
oociors who advised President
Eisenhower that three changes of
shoes a day would benefit his ir ir-culation?"
culation?" ir-culation?" Jarman asked.
FOR SALE MIAMI DELIVERY
on er about ury 11, brand new
Impala Convertible. Color Harbor
Blue, 6 cylinder engine, equip equipped
ped equipped with Turboglide, Push But Button
ton Button Radio, W. W. Tires, for $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: 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
FOR SALE: Ford V-8, 1948
model, good running condition,
can give time payments, $190.
Can be seen at Tl 132, 4th uly
Ave. er phone Hopkins, Balboa
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiae 2
door sedan, standard shift, 6 cyl.
w. w. tubeless tires, radio, very
good condition, $500. Call Navy
3082 or 2607-A Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiae, two
door, hydromatic, radio, $195.
Call 2-3444, duty paid.
FOR SALE: 1 955 Ford, two
door auto, trans., radio, heater,
will trade for 4 door later model
car with auto trans. Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiae 6,
sedan. Can be seen quarter
54?-A, Curundu Heights, call
83-3209 up to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 4-door black
Mercury. In good mechanical
condition. Five new tires, tail pipe,
muffler : and bartery.J Leaving
Isthmus $350.00. Phone 2384.
FOR SALE: 1958 Rambler, sta station
tion station wagon, 6 cyl. 4-door 7537
miles. Tel. 3-1809.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiae Star Star-chief
chief Star-chief Catalina coupe, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, etc. $1150.00. 5965-D, Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, phone, -i3962.
FOR SALE: Dodge Royal 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan reduced price $890.
Phone 5-320 Garun 234-A.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
cylinder 4-door sedan, like new.
16,000 miles, esiehamner. UflttSf
81 S, Margarita WTWrT6n, Cnrte Cnrte-bal
bal Cnrte-bal 3-2346 er 3-2430..
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 hais female, reward.
Remains Of Prehistoric Men
Dug Up In Chicago Surburb
said today they had discovered
the remains of some prehisto prehistoric
ric prehistoric residents of what is now
a booming suburban area. The
bones may be up to 8,000 years
old, they said.
The bones were unearthed re recently
cently recently by workmen digging in a
gravel pit along the Des Plaines
River in Lake County, northwest
So far, archeologists have found
three complete skeletons includ including
ing including those of two children a n d
remnants of three others.
Elaine Bluhm, secretary treas
urer of the Illinois Archeologicai
Society, estimated the' age of the
bones "at about 1,000 b.c. or oH
er" and said they came from a
"fairly early" culture 'which we
call Red Ochre."
But James R. Getz, president
of Lake County Historical Society,
said he beleved the remains dat dated
ed dated back to 6,000 b.c.
Both Getz and Miss Bluhm
called the finding one of the mosc
important discoveries of ancien'
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "FLAMENCO" July 16
S.8. "PIZARRO" Aug. 8
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" .Aug. 14
TO rNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRaT
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
8.S. REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons)
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "8ARMIENTO" July 82
S.S. "COTOPAX1" July 23
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD. HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DIEMBRDYK" July tl
M.V, "PARIMA" ,' Aug. 9
h y 10 'i
S.S,, "LOCH AVON" Julv 20
S.S. "DALERDYK" July 28
MX SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Cristobal 8-16545 Panama 3-12571 a Balboa 2-1905
FOR SALE: Freeier, ice box,
scale, meat tiicer, cash register,
cupboards. Phone 3-4551.
FOR SALE: Lounging chair
cheap. Call office hours, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-7938.
Pamela (tormely. of Cocoli) has
returned from New York and
would be at Clayton Beauty Shop
from July 21st, 1959. For ap appointments
pointments appointments call Clayton 8118.
FOR SALE: Winchester model
52 sporter, calibre .22 long rifle,
with model 48F Lyman peep
sight, redfield ramp sight and
unertl 6X scope. All in new con condition.
dition. condition. $200. Call Balboa 2942
during office hours.
FOR SALE: Living room furnf furnf-ture,
ture, furnf-ture, Silvertone television 24''
screen, Dumont 4 speed, 15 watt
amplifier, bargain price. Phona
Panama 3-0179, 21 Street Cen Central
tral Central No. 5-07, Apt, 5, Panama.
FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prlcea by the
truckload. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: 200 shares Chlrlea Chlrlea-na
na Chlrlea-na de Leche, (Chiriqui Milk
Corp.) Call Balboa 1285.
FOR SALE: Relaxaclxor, like
new, $100.00. Panama 3-3120.
FOR SALE: 12 en. ft. Frlgi Frlgi-daire,
daire, Frlgi-daire, 2-door, cross top freexer
5Vl hp. "Seabee" outboard
Chila trike, large size, apply
301 -A, Coco Solo.
FOR SALE: Modem sofa, arm
chair with foot stool, two basket
chairs, $150.00, Electrie heather
40 gal. $30.00. 43rd. street No.
FOR SALE: BfirW Amateur ra radio
dio radio transmitter 135 watts Input.
Just ehanged 4 6146 tubes
KZ5FL, phona Balboa 1694.
FOR SALE: Air conditioners,
2 1 h.p. Westinghouse 220v,
$190.00 each, one U h.p. Emer Emerson
son Emerson 110 volt, $150.00, all 9
months old. Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: 1 ping pong table,
I new oscillating fan, 16 inches,
call after 3:00 on Saturday all
day an Sunday, phono Balboa
Special some reduced te $7.50)
on, "Back to .School'' and other
Bxrymenrhs e'rrtii Sept. "YOU
CAN BE SURE" when your work
is done In Genell's long establish
ad Cocoli Beauty Shop. Experienc Experienced
ed Experienced Stateside operators. Navy
Boats & Motors
FOR RENT: 16 foot fiberglas fiberglas-sed
sed fiberglas-sed Lapstraka, 50 h.p. Evlnrude,
trailer, equipment, new condition,
5965-D, near Diablo Boat Ramp.
human culture ever made in the
So far, the archeologists' dig digging
ging digging has failed to turn up any
relics other than two shell orna ornaments
ments ornaments about six inches long and
two small copper beads. Miss
Bluhm said the ornaments ana
beads are associated with the
Red Ochre culture.
The culture was identified. Miss
Bluhm said, by the position of the
bodies, which were in p flexed
position, lying on the side with
the knees drawn up to the chest.
Members of the ancient civil civilization
ization civilization covered bodies with Red
Ochre a thick reddish com compound
pound compound giving the culture its
name, she said.
"Tliere has been only one other
case of this type of burial report reported
ed reported in this vicinity," she said.
"That was in a gravel pit north
of Libertyville (also in Lake
County). But the evidence was so
completely disturbed that all we
managed to get were a few small
FOR SALEi Westinghouse
Laundromat and dryer. Excellent
condition, phone Navy 2294 Of
FOR SALE) Practically new Rat Rat-tan
tan Rat-tan reclining chair with Ottoman
Foam Rubber Cushiona. Call 25 25-3109
3109 25-3109 after 5 00 p.m.
FOR SALE.- Norge washer and
dryer twins. $150.00. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 5131.
FOR SALE: Easy washer, $85;
Singer sewing machine, $70;
chest af drawers, $35; vanity
dresser, $40; night table, $5;
Trans-Oceanic radio, $55; RCA
21" console TV, $190; rota
FOR SALE: 8 strand sectional
bamboo, nest table, corner and
coffee table, drop loaf table, egg egg-ashell
ashell egg-ashell all wool rug from Peru,
9x1 PA. Curundu 5123.
FOR SALE: (HOUSEHOLD
GOODS) Leaving for States.
Applieances: Freexer, washer,
dryer, piano, gas range, solid
maple bedroom act. Dodge 1956
Cornette Lancer, 25,000 miles,
duty paid. Phone 3-1813, behind
French Embassy, La Create.
FOR SALE: New four piece liv living
ing living room aet in upholstery, paid
$450 00, selling $200.00, 2
4338, 460 Ancon Boulevard.
FOR SALE: Table, fornica top,
60" with 6 matching chairs,
$65.00, two chairs and matching,
2 piece sectional eofa-foam
cushions $175. 1 metal desk
students $15.00. Call 2-3444,
FOR SALE: Modern dressing
table with mirror and bench.
$20.00. Panama 3-6901.
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, AvO.
No. 32, La Cresta.
Househunting? Follow up all your
leads with a new rental ear from
Fiesta (Haiti Licensee) Tel.
3-4568. Lobby El Panama Hilton.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 1709.
To Be Held At
Coco Solo Pool
A "Fishini? 'Tournament" will be
rrf the featured events for the
Familv Nieht Solash Party which
will take place at the Coco Solo
swimming pool on Monday, Juiy
20, at 7 p.rn v
Lave Dait ror.Ntne eveni wm ue
nnniipH hv the mBna gement. An
evenine of fun and frolic is being
planned for all those wno attena.
The evening's program it a com combined
bined combined effort on part of the
Schools Divisions Department of
Physical Education Athletics and
the Coco Solo civic council s swim
"Watch out for crazy fishermen"
will be the by-word for all those
who attend the festivities. All fish
ermen wishing to enter the con contest
test contest (perhaps as a warm-up for
the "International Martin haiuisn
Tourney"), may do so by report reporting
ing reporting to the pool with tackle suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to land the youngsters who
have voluntered to act as bait.
The first to beach their catch, and
the last swimster to be landed will
be declared the victors and a-
Father and son, and mothers
and daughter contests will be held.
There will also be a nightgown
race for men and fun races and
games for the young in heart from
six to sixty. Adults are invited to
attend in swimming or beach ap
parel to join in the fun or to
cheer their family or friends.
An invitation is extended to all
U.S. citizens entitled to Canal
Zone privileges. Children unac
companied by their parents mu&t
present their blue swimming pool
I.D. cards in order to attend.
"HOUND OF THE
FOR SAL I: Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, m the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbanlsetiee across the Remoa
Racetrack, AH lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
FOR SAL!: Beautiful residence.
4. bedroom, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1,800
m. 9th. Street No. 28. San
FOR SAL!: S3 hectares of farm
land 65 miles from Panami City
1 mile river on side. Las Guias,
Panamd, S3.500 cash. Box 2835
Cristobal, C.Z., Louis Davis.
FOR RENT: Small farm one
acre. House living-dinigroom, two
baths. Transisthmian Highway,
Mile 8. $75.00. Inquire Dora
Benedotti. Phone 2-1078, Pana Panamd.
md. Panamd. FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished Spanish designed concrete
home and guest house on bluff
overlooking Santa Clara Beach.
Landscaped property extends to
shore line. Beautiful ocean view,
complete water system, fruit and
shade trees, small golf course.
Income property, ideal for retire retirement
ment retirement or Investment. Inspection
Invited. Owner joining California
family. Genell Bliss. Navy 3812.
WANTED: Housekeeper, Eng Eng-Ifih
Ifih Eng-Ifih epeaking, child care, some
cooking, good salary. Paitilla, call
WANTED : Bilingual secretaries
with shorthand, salary depends
on ability. Wanted 2 secretaries
for temporary work. Servicios y
Colocaciones. Cimara de Comer Comer-cio,
cio, Comer-cio, building No. 9.
WANTED: Three or four bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet preferably in Bella
Vista, Exposition, Campo Alegre
or Cangrejo. Call 3-3197 or 3 3-0420.
0420. 3-0420. Albrook Defeats
Ft. Kobbe 71-70
In PAF Basketball
" Th ;Jflferook Flyers turned the
tahlpo ort the Fnrt Vnhho P ovu
lars laat niffht (FriHavl at th
Kobbe Gym by eking out a scant
vi 10 u victory over me previous
ly unaeteatea Keguiars.
These came, twn tpami met In
Ifhe season's opener at Albrook
witn Kobbe gaining the upper
nana over last year s defending
champions 72 to 71 with the Re Regulars
gulars Regulars strageing a great second
half rally after being down 35
points at half time. Last night it
was the Flyers all the way after
the first five minuts of play.
The best the Regulars could do
was a 56 to 58 tie earlv in tho
fourth quarter and hopes that
iave jpowara would sink a last
chance foul shot as he was fouled
While makincr a last cecnnH larr nn
to pull to Regulars to within" one
Howard had made the same type
shot af the end nf tho firct
but the all important try which
wouia nave sent the game into
overtime rimmed the basket and
then fell off.
The Flyers were obviously do dominated
minated dominated under the backboards as
Lloyd Hopwood and "Long" Lon Lon-nie
nie Lon-nie Stevenson continually rolled
around the shorter Kobbe defen defensive
sive defensive men for good shorts and with
the help of Jerry Patrie controled
After the Albrookites had stop stopped
ped stopped the Regulars' fast brak and
bottled up high scoring Dav Ho Howard,
ward, Howard, Kobbe inserted John Phil
lis midway through the third
quarter and with his help around
the key it looked as if they might
pull the game out but the out outcome
come outcome of the game was decided at
the foul line as Jerry Patrie
sank four straight from tha rha.
rity line in the last two minutes
oi piay. AiorooK cashed in on of
19 of 29 foul shots while Kobbe
hit on only 16 of 38 tries, i
Rill Acnn rnitnrinH nut fko moll
balanced Albrook offense and
Played a tremendous floor game
as he and the three big men all
hit for double figures.
Stevenson was high point man
for the niffht with 19. nnintc fnl.
lowed by Patrie with 16, Hop-
wood's 15 and Agan 12. Dave Ho Ho-war,
war, Ho-war, who carried a 26 point aver,
nee Intn the pame was hiah tnr
the Kobbe five with 12 tallies.
Carl baux and Wally Ryan each
scored 10 points.
THE WORITCTHE NEWS
IT COSTS NOTHING TO DREAM
NEW YORK (UPI) Never sell
on strike news.
That's an old adage in Wall
Street which investors would do
well to keep in mind at this time.
In addition to the steel strike, the
economy is faced the prospects of
walkouts in-'alumnum, coppe r,
canning, t -shipping and railroads
later thigear,, ...V,
Elmer M; ?Sharikland,'tbrlOTnist
forvForbes Magazine, says owner
ship oi stocK in the European
common market' countries is not
very widespread, although efforts
are being m a d e to stimulate
broader ownership of stock.
He says most companies in
Europe are "notorious" for the
''pitiful lack of information con continued
tinued continued in their annual reports,
particularly relating to sales and
Shankland, who recently toured
Europe, also cites a sharp in increase
crease increase in the popularity of mutual
funds abroad, especially in Eng England,
land, England, West Germany, Holland and
Switzerland. In West Germany, he
adds, mutual funds "have provid provided
ed provided one of the 'most spectacular in investment
vestment investment media."
Bache and Co. says Square D
is attractive for short-term .trad .trading
ing .trading accounts. It recommendshold recommendsholding
ing recommendsholding Western Union and J East Eastman
man Eastman Kodak, two issues which
have given an "o ut t an d i n e
NEW YORK, July 18 -(UPI)'
Hank Masnn and Warren TTapter
hurled a couple of neat five-hitters
last mgni to leao tne tsurtaio tsis-
son to a dodnlpiffpfldpf vltnrtf n.
ver the Rochester Red Wings,
and move the Heard to a solid
2 1-2-game advantage in the In International
ternational International League pennant chase.
Hacker helped in the eighth by
Tom Hurd set back the Wings,
5-2, in the nightcap, after Mason
had Dinned a 4-1 defeat nn them in
the seven-inning opener. -Homed'
accounted lor an Buffalo runs m
the first game, Harry Hanebrink
ana rancno rierrera clubbing
Dases-empty circuits and Bob
Morgan hitting a two-run job.
The faltering ReH Winos Incorc
of 10 of their last 13 games,
nave laiien to the .500 mark, and
are only a half-game out of the
In other Friday action, Toronto
and Richmond moved closer to
the first division hv winninu a
couple of "sudden death" thrill
ers, ana Havana vacated the cel cellar
lar cellar with a 5-4 win over Miami.
The Maple Leafs shaded the Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Royals, 5-4, in 10-innlng'
Vireinians niished arrntc o i-nn
in the ninth inning to clip the.
ummuus jets, 6-i, at Richmond.
At Havana, Emilio C u e c h e
hurled his seventh win of the sea
son for the Cuhans thnoh r..,,
Arroyo relieved him in the math
to snun out a fluami raHy.
Mother Tells How
She Killed Crazed
Kidnaper In Fight
CUMMING, Ga. (UPI) "I
pulled the trigger and it fired,'
the sobbing woman said, "I knew
it was him or me."
With those tearful words, a
young Forsyth County mother
described how she killed a kid kidnaper
naper kidnaper who threatened to murder
her husband and child Thursday.
Mrs. Evelyn Staon, 20, of
Alpharetta, grappled with her
pistol-waving captor and shot him
in th e chest with his own .22
caliber pistol, police said.
The assailant was Robert
Staton, 28, a former mental
patient and a cousin of the vic victim's
tim's victim's husband.
Sheriff Loy Barnett said Staton,
who was pronounced insane- In
connection with a 1958 arihed rob robbery
bery robbery charge, forced his may Into
the home of his cousin, J. W.
(Bud) Staton, 30, Wednesday
night and ordered the couple to
go with him and their baby in a
Barnett said that before the kid-
NOTHING TO FLY
Church Custodian U
Kills Woman Vhos
Son He Had Dearer.
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TAMPA. Fla fTTPT v..m
losing a 4-vear-old hnv h h
reared since infancy, led an eldJ
iy cnurcn custodian tn ennr a
I kill the boy'g mother last nj
ana then take his own Ufa
third Dersons ASras wounried :
his shooting spres).
Joe Christy. 59 mctnrii on
Christ thfl Kinf V
Church, wnedvMr. Patricia Sol
mz, o, a iegai secretary, w
uau uvea, as. we vnristy Home
the past three years, and hii
PrMce Capt. Horace Lockg isj
Christy, despondent at the Prd
pect of losing 4-year-old- Jo a
somiitz, went to the hom of i
torney Howard Killian, whd
Mrs. Somlitz had been Ktatne n
me past tnree weeks.
He ripmnnrlP1 tn cos mrr OUJ
litz. Killian, Mrs. Somlitz emplo
er. refused to admit rhrlt fnl K
tne nome, nut Chnstv brush!
him aside and shouted, "I'm com
As he stepped through the do!
he pulled out a pistol and starti
Two of the bullets struck Mrl
Somlitz in the head, killing
InstantM. Another hit Killian
the right elbow and a four!
thudded Into the kitchen, nei
where Mrs. Killian was standin
She was not hurt. Then, Chris
turned the gun on himself.
Killian was taken to hogpllJ
and was reported in good eons
Mrs. Christy told eoBev fhi
her husband had been drive
"distraction" after MM' Somll
took the boy the had reara
since infancy and moved o
three weeks ocrn
Mrs. Christy said her husbaii
leit nome werinesriav ntPnt
barlr "hiio wav nr onntfiM 1
Little Joey slept through t M
chnnlnff tn tk. fillip- V.a 'A
naper left, he; shot hp hlg oousln
honje with, hit nin-shot pistol.
-When he reachad an IgoJata
SpotThBi tied up J. W. StaM
and then drove about 100 yi
The young mother told uoflM
her captor forced her to leave 1
child in the truck and threaten"!
he would kill her husband and Ml
She said she struggled wlti
Pl.i i.3, 1. 1
o'aiun unm me gun went : oj
Then Mrs. Staton, flagged
motoris tand got help.
Her husband had already fit,
himsel and was searching for'
wire ana cnua.
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House Labor Committee Nixei
Attempt To Soften Labor Bill
But Rep. Frsnk Thompsdn Jr.
(D-N.J.) said 'Wt commStee'i
version was preferible to' e
"slap dash" provision approved by
WASHINGTON (UPI)- The
House Labor CdmmRte" today
beat down an attempt e1ff strip
from the Senate-approved union
reform bill provisions to impose. the Senate.
lighter curbs on organizational! Among other things, the corn corn-picketing
picketing corn-picketing and so called "hot mittee eliminated the criminal
cargo" contracts. penalty provision for violations of
By a 17-10 vote, the committee the "rights" section,
rejected a move by Rep. Ludwig Republican committee members
Teller (D N.Y.)-to eliminate from decided at a secret meetine with
Lib &ftftatraeasufihtw pro- White House aide) Ptdward A'fMe-
posed changes in the basic Taft- Cabe not to make their major ef-
Hartley Labor Law, Ttey are con- fort to strengthen the bill until
tained in a section that Is the after it reaches the House floor,
most con'roversial part of the
t.m. n. v.t. ru. tm. 7.
, 16 by NU Wt.tof, ln. I O
"If it weren't for these pedestrians I could better my
pri round the court by half an hour!" f
Besides the curbs on organiza organizational
tional organizational picketing and "hot careo"
contracts, demanded by .emDlnv-is,-4hft.,.se(;lkuaJ,s.o
some- labor- endorsed I'sweet-
enpr" in the basic alw.
Teller's move was supported bv
10 Democrats. VoMn? auainst it
were seven Demorrats and all 10
"Hot careo" contracts, usually
soueht bv the Teamstrs. contain
clauses exempting union members
from Hahdlih anrrdbWpfoduced
in itruck plants.
The committee hoDed to com
plete ac'ion on the labor reform
bill by th meek end. It sched sched-n'rd
n'rd sched-n'rd overtime sessions in an ef effort
fort effort to meet its deadline.
Democrats supporting Teller's
move argued in stormv closed closed-door
door closed-door session that the bill should
be confined to corrctin" abuses
and corruption within labor un unions
ions unions and should not'include
changes in-th basic rtw-en vern vern-in?
in? vern-in? labor-manaecmeht relations.
Meanwhile one com mi'tee mem member,
ber, member, who asked not to hp ideiii ideiii-fi"d,
fi"d, ideiii-fi"d, told newsmen fhst the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO dictated th ,hT'0 the co'i co'i-mitt?e
mitt?e co'i-mitt?e made WeHnogdy in th
?enate annrbve"'l "Kill, of ri"hts"
for rank-and-file uri!dn iriPmbp'-s.
If was learned th AT.-rin
offiria's discussed th" "rights"
section of the Senate bin wi'h
some comiitf?? rnerribipr Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. But members who were
"resent denied thaf''th labor of
f;eials tried toput pressure in
them 'o rrfike th ehnnes
The committee's version :of the
"xiwhts" "orovision wis "nounced
as too weak b fhnirmaN Wan
A. Brf'n "1.Nir,V!1 Fn.
Carroll D. Kearns fJR,-Pa.), the
group's ranking Republican.
Of Salish Tribe
NANAIMO, British Columbis
(UPI) Queen Elizabeth today be became
came became an Indian princess.
The chief, braves and squaws
of the Salish tribe inducted the
Queen into their band in a noisv,
bell-ringing ritual to Nanaitae
Exhibition Park' joon after ifiza ifiza-beth
beth ifiza-beth and her Busband, Pnnce
Philip, arrived on Vancouver Is Island.
land. Island. Indians in feathered headdress headdresses
es headdresses and buckskin robes traveled to
Nanaimo from most parts of the
islatrd in automobiles,, trucks and
jeeps for the ceremftny. Some
were waiting in Jong war canoes
off the dock as the Queen went
The Salish presented their,fiew
princess with a small, elaborate elaborately
ly elaborately carved totem poI and th'r'in th'r'in-siernia
siernia th'r'in-siernia of her membership in the
tribe. Braves with Da'nted faces
and with small bells tied aroynd
their ankles danced around her.
SOLDIER SHAVES RECORD
LONDON (UPl)-Rritish Arrtir
T,t. Barry Lynch yesterday raced
from Paris to London in 57 min
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ord in th 11-day Bleriot Jubilee
race soonsored Dy tne LMUWn
Di'v Mail. I-vncb. using a mow mow-evele,
evele, mow-evele, a hel'copter and at let
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FORMATION of a bl-llngual psychiatric association on tne Isthmus was discussed this week by a group of psychiatrists and allied professlonasl from Pan Panama
ama Panama and the Canal Zone during an informal meeting at Corozal Hospital. The purpose of "the projected association will be the strengthening of tle'3 among
all professionals working toward the advancement of psychiatry on the Isthmus.. Dr. Juhen Kennedy, of the Canal Zone, and Dr. Hernan Higuero of Pan Panama
ama Panama cre .selected by the group to formulate more definite plans for the organization of the society. In the group, shown above, were the following:
From Panama- Dr Mariano Gorriz, Dr. Camilo Justiniani, Dr. Hernan Higuero, Dr. Alonso Higuero, Dr. Ludwig Strauss, Dr. Giovanni Cantazalli, Dr. Do Do-reicio
reicio Do-reicio Brace Dr Rafael Canton, Dr. Jaime Arroyo, Mrs. Enelda Young, and Prof. Vitezslav Fischmann. From the Canal Zone: Dr. Arthur L. Hessin, Dr.
'Weldon C White Dr Julien C. Kennedy, Dr. Leon J. Malock, Dr. George B. Hudock, Dr. Mary Mofrow, Mrs. Jane Canton, and Philip Olsen.
NEW YORK (UPi)-Billie Holi Holiday,
day, Holiday, 44, a shriveled shadow of
th lady who sang th9 blues, died
on a hospital bed yesterday.
;,Mbre than two decades of drug
Addiction, alcoholism and onc onc-fflgttt'
fflgttt' onc-fflgttt' stands took their toll at 3:20
a.m. in a sixth floor room in Me Metropolitan
tropolitan Metropolitan Hospital.
Acclaimed by many as the
greatest jazz singer of all time;
the singer known as "Lady Day
entered the hospital 46 days ago
with kidney disease and a fater fater-in
in fater-in heart.
,,She fought death as stubbornly
at the friends who had begged
and pleaded with her to enter a
hospital before it was too late.
They finally got her to thP hospi hospital
tal hospital after she collapsed at her
home. Placed under an oxygen
tent, she rallied lor a few clays
but then began losing ground.
J3er husband, Louis McKay,
hade sat at her bedside the last
two nights as her condition be became
came became steadily worse. He left the
room a fern minutes before she
died. Her physician said Billie
succumbed to lung congestion
and heart ailments.
She apparently had not been
able to shake the narcotics habit
while dying. A nurse making
A jrputine check last month no-
-TODAY! 75c. 40c.
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Blues Singer Billie Holiday
fOr Life; Death Blamed On
1 1 1
II I 7 L"ll 1 """' II m('nt s Plley Planning staff if he
MMMdlhruEillJnUMi The girl who worrfs to ottroct j
II M II rnen should learn how to ploy golf.
M 1 II; tennis ond rktrri I
ticed white powder on Billie's
nose. Police iouna an envelope
containing heroin in her room and
Billie admitted that she had
"sniffed" it occasionally.
In her autobiography, "Lady
Sings the Blues," she had writ written:
ten: written: "TherP isn't a soul on this
earth who can say for sure that
their fight with dope is over uni.il
If she had lived, Billie would
once again hav had to face ar arraignment
raignment arraignment on a narcotics charge.
She began using narcotics as a
teen-ager while singing in Harlem
night clubs for money that pa
trons threw on the dance floor.
Billip was born in Baltimore on
April 7, 1915. Her father was a
jazz musician and her mother
took in washing. Billie later de
scribed her home as "just anoth another
er another one-night stand."
Bohlen May Be Offered
State Department Post
WASHINGTON (UPI) High
administration officials said today
Soviet affairs expert Charles E.
Bohlen probably will be offered
a high Slate Department post
soon with President Eisenhower's
full approval despite recent indi indications
cations indications to the contrary.
They said the President be believes
lieves believes Bohlen would be'' a very
valuable aide to Secretary of
State Christian A. Herter at this
critical stage in Soviet-American
Bohlen now is ambassador to
Eisenhower has not been in influenced
fluenced influenced against him by the op opposition
position opposition of Republican Senatirs
Styles Bridges of New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire and Everett Dirksen of Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, these unimpeachable
The Senate Republicans' com complaint
plaint complaint is that Bohlen was too
closely identified with previous
Democratic administrations as an
adviser at Yalta and Teheran.
Bohlen has defended these long long-disputed
disputed long-disputed agreements with Russia
and contended the only trouble
was that Russia failed to live up
Administration officials said the
president s remarks on somen a
his Wednesday news conference
were misinterpreted as meaning
that, there was i,o idea of bring bringing
ing bringing Bohlen into the State Depart Department
ment Department in a highly responsible post.
Actually, these sources, said,
the administration still hopes to
persuade Bohlen to take a $19. $19.-250
250 $19.-250 spot on the State Dena'-l
She was only 15 when she got
her first job singing in a Harlem
night club for $18 a week after
she had applied for a job as a
Billie she borrowed the name
from movie star Billie Dove
drifted from club to club, deliver delivering
ing delivering songs in the earthy style she
had picked up from listening to
the records of blues singer Bessie
Smith and Louis Armstrong. Her
talent was quickly recognized by
She cut her first record with
Benny Goodman and went on to
make nationwide tours with the
Count Basie and Artie Shaw
Her trademarks while crooning
sad, soft songs were a white gown
and a white gardenia in her hair.
can be persuaded to postpone his
A major portion of this staff's
work involves relations with the
Administration officials said a
final decision on birnging Bohlen
in to the State Department would
be made is soon as Herter re returns
turns returns from the Geneva foreign
The President said Wednesday
that he had a "completely nega negative"
tive" negative" report from Herter in Boh Boh-len's
len's Boh-len's prospects. But high sources
said today he meant only that the
secretary told him no progress
was being made, on the matter at
Actor Stewart Vows
To Make Good Use
Of General's Star
Ariz. (UPI)-Movieifre(Wed by obserVers with com
actor James Stewart said today
"I'm going to do my best to be
useful as a general officer" in the
Air Force Reserve.
Stewart said he was "very
proud of the star" which the Sen Senate
ate Senate Armed Services Committee
voted to approve for him Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Stewart, 51, is a colonel in the
Air Force Reserve. His promo promotion
tion promotion previously was blocked by
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (Ft
Me. also 1 reserve colonel.
feel very stronglv that the
U.S. Air Force Reserve program
is more important now than ever
before," Stewart said here, where
he is on movie location.
"My responsibility is clear. And
I'm going to do my best to be
useful as a general officer in the
The defense department said
Thursday that Stewart, who whs
a World War II bomber pilot,
would be assigned to publip rela relations
tions relations in the event of a national
The promotion is still to be ap-
I proved by the full Senate ad by
US Jet To Try Better Time
Of Koslov's TU114 To Moscow
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A giant
jet airliner accompanying Vice
President Richard M. Nixon to
Russia next week is expected to
try to better the New York-to-Moscow
flight time of Soviet First
Deputy Premier Frol R. Kozlov.
A Soviet TU114 jet prop last
Monday returned Kozlov to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow non- stopin 9 hours and 4
Nixon's place is not likely to be
aiming for any records.
That effort', it was learned to today,
day, today, will be left to a Boeing 707
intercontinental jet which will
carry Nixon's press group non nonstop
stop nonstop from New York City's Idle Idle-wild
wild Idle-wild Airport to Moscow.
The vice president mm sen is
to leave Baltimore's Friendship
Airport in a different type of
Boeing airliner a military ver version
sion version of the standard 707 now
making daily trans-Atlantic com commercial
mercial commercial flights. Nixon's plane is
expected to make a refueling stop
at Keflavik, Iceland.
Both the press plane, which will
have at least 56 passengers plus
crew, and the vice president's
craft probably will depart next
Nixon is going to Russia to
open the American exhibit in
Moscow and tour the Soviet Un Union.
ion. Union. Nixon announced Tuesday
night that Vice Adm. Hyman G.
Rickover, "father" of U. S. nu nuclear
clear nuclear submarine development,
would accompany him on the
The vice president explained
that he expected to have a
ehancp in Russia to inspect So Soviet
viet Soviet atomic developments in both
commercial power and ship pro propulsion.
pulsion. propulsion. The unorthodox admiral may
have won the trip by his verbal
prowess during several pointed
exchanges with Kozlov last week
at the Shiippingport, Pa., atomic
power statiin. Rickover told' the
Soviet official, through ani nter nter-preter:
preter: nter-preter: "It's all right to tal"
about peace. Now you go home
nd do something about it."
Ta n a n n a 1 v PinVntror wac
ing iff with the honors in the bat battle
tle battle ef words with Kozlov.
"HOUND OF THE
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AT VIA ESPANA
The rice president's official
party, besides Rickover, includes
U. S. Information Agency director
George V. Allen, Foy D. Kohler,
deputy assistant secretary ot
state for European affairs, -and
15 members of the President's
advisory committee on the Mos Moscow
cow Moscow exhibit. Dr. Mdlton Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, brother of the President,
is one of the committee mem members.
bers. members. Kozliv indicated at Shipping Shipping-port
port Shipping-port that Nixon would have a
chance to see a new atomic
powered Soviet icebreaker during
the tour. He even remarked that
Rickover should come along.
Young Folks Attending Taboga Camp
to Have Religion Study, Recreation
"Christian Campers in God's
World" is the theme chosen by
the Balboa Union Church for
both sessions of Camp La Restin Restin-ga
ga Restin-ga early in August on Taboga
Experience m group 1 i v 1 n g,
discussions, campfire vespers, and
training in worship will be pro provided
vided provided in addition to swimming,
crafts, hiking and other recrea recreation.
tion. recreation. Campers are asked to bring
notebooks, pencils, a copy of-the
Revised Standard Version of the
Bible, and any musical instru instruments
ments instruments they may have. A copy of
"My Camp Book" will be furn
ished each camper by the
Extra towels and a blanket are
optional. All other linen and bed
ding will be furnished by the
camp. The fee of $25 includes
transportation from Balboa, in
surance, snacks and all mate
rials used in craft projects.
There will be no additional
Mrs. Wesley Townsend, director
of Camp La Restinga, announces
that among those who have ac accepted
cepted accepted invitations to served on
the camp staff are Mrs. John
Carlson, Mrs. George Darnall,
Mrs. Henry Gustafson, Mrs. El El-don
don El-don Phelan, Rev. Henry GusLaf GusLaf-St)n,
St)n, GusLaf-St)n, and John Knick.
Junior counselors are Miriam
Conover, Kay Flowers, Virginia
Mauldin. Wil Limkemann and
James Phelan. Mrs. Robert E.
McCoy is dietitian and Miss Lois
mcviuie, airecior oi unnstian e-
ducation of the Balboa Union
Church, is program director.
Although the camp is sponsor
ed by the Balboa Union Church,
all young people of the Canal
Zone are invited to attend. Ap Applications
plications Applications accompanied by a $5
registration fee, must be in the
CHICAGO MAN WARNED
IAJINDUIN lUl'l A Udfffl m
Old Bailey's Court ruieu yester yesterday
day yesterday thfi' Walter J. Ugorski of
(8433 Exchange Ave.) Chicago
must pay a court penalty of
pounds ($112) if he ever returns
to Britain. Ugorski failed to ap appear
pear appear in court to press his charge
against bartender Joseph Kelly,
accused of stealing Ugoski's
passport and other belongings.
Kelly was found not guilty as no
evidence was offered against
FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY K!'9.
ACROSS OK AMIGO
Home Of Hdtra Associate BuVnea
By Arsonist In ,Uetmi tTSii b u r b
BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (UPI)
The home of a Detroit Teamster j
Union official and close friend of
Teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa, was
destroyed last night by fire
which police said was set by ar arsonists.
sonists. arsonists. Three empty five-gallon gasoline
cans and a fourth partly empty
can were found in the two-story
brick veneer hilltop house in
Bloomfield Township. The home
was completely destroyed. Only
the shell, the basement and the
garage remained. Damage mas
estimated between $30,000 and
The home was occupied by
Charles O'Brien, 28, business
agent for Detroit Teamster Union
Local 29 Hoffa's home union.
O'Brien, his wife, Mary Ann, and
two children, Charles, 5V and Jo Josephine,
sephine, Josephine, 2, were away. O'Brien
was reported in Wyoming on bus business.
iness. business. Mrs. O'Brien and the chil children
dren children were in Kansas City.
It was the second arson case in
less than a year in Michigan in in-volvi.g
volvi.g in-volvi.g Teamsters Union officials,
last August, Frank Kierdorf, bus
iness agent for a Teamster local in
Flint, was fatally burned when he
bungled an arson job at a Dry Dry-cleaning
cleaning Dry-cleaning establishment in Flint.
Jack Thompson, another Teamster
official, was convicted of being his
accomplice in the arson and is
now serving time at Southern
Michigan Prison in Jackson.
1A test, 'night's arson case,
the house was owned by O'Brien's
mother, Mrs. Sylvia Paris, a one onetime
time onetime official of a grocery
clerk's union, and divorced wife
of the late John D. Paris, secre secretary
tary secretary treasurer of the Laundry
sSfr'.R4$?ftai!tPen staying at
the home Mlfe her son's family
was away but had been attending
a township meeting when the fire
O'Brien Received Threats
She told police her son had re received
ceived received a number of threats after
he had tried to organize police
and department Of public works
employes in Dearborn.
Mrs. Paris also said that a man
Balboa Union Church education
office by 4 p.m. Monday, July 20.
They may be delivered in per
son to building 775 San Pablo.
Balboa or mailed to Box 3664,
Balboa, The balance of $20 is due
one weeK before departure lor
Sfeel Strike Hikes
Unemployed In Fields
Related To Industry
PITTSBURGH, July 18 -(UPI)
The strike against the na nation's
tion's nation's basic. steel industry cut
deeper into employment in re related
lated related fields today.
With no further peace talks
scheduled until Monday at the
earliest, United Eteelworkers
President David J. McDonald
and his top lieutenants carried
their fight for a better con
tract to the picket lines.
In addition to the fralf-mll-lion
USW members who struck
at mills from coast-to-coast at
one minute after mid night
Tuesday, it was estimated that
more than 25,000 railroaders,
truckdrivers, miners and sea seamen
men seamen were Idle because of the
steel stii&e. More layoffs in
those lines .were expected to
raise the total of 75,000 in an another
other another week or two.
The possibility of a second
metals industry strike grew
when the USW presented vir virtual
tual virtual carbon copies of its major
steel demands to the nation's
three major aluminum produc producers,
ers, producers, ALCOA, Reynolds and Kai Kaiser.
ser. Kaiser. About 31,500 workers in
the three companies come un under
der under contracts that run out July
forced to re
0 Margaret has been
main indoors at Clarence House
with a sore throat, a Buckingham
Palace spokesman said today.
She had been scheduled to go
with Queen Mother Elizabeth to
the palace for an audience with
the new Cambodian ambassador
to London, 'but the audience was
driving an urimarkd truck drove
to the home lasrTuesday jJiq, told
her he was looking for an adores
on another road. 'She' said he told
her he was a telephone company
repairman. She saM. she did n$
think anything of : it fit -the tim,
Dut nad let him in the house wnue'
he consulted his raa. K
State police, 1 said the fire was
started by spewme e a s o 1 i o e
through the downstairs living
room and in the upstairs living
mums, aim aeiuiiK lire ro n. v,
The entire inside of the house1.
Boys 10, Girls 10
Although the girls and, boys
split evenly, ten to ten, in the
number of births at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital during the week which end ended
ed ended July 13, the. girls' team had
a slight advantage over the boys.
The girls included twine, born
July 9 tov Mr. and Mrs. C, I.
Griffith, of Panama.
Parents of the other girl ba
bies are; Lt. and Mrs. J C.
Buchanan, of Farfan; A-lc and
Mrs. P. Fourmer, of Locona;
A-2c and Mrs. J. C. Brown, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
James Forbes, of Panama City;
CWO and Mrs. A. A. Palaisa. of
Albrook; M-Sgt. and Mrs. H. G.
PinKston, of Ft. Amador; Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Reid, of Panama
City; and Lt. and Mrs. A. J, Ga-
brysn, of Albrook.
Parents of the boy babies are:
Sp-5 and Mrs. T. J. Ferrell, of
FortKobbe; ,;Pfcu and Mrs. H. K.
Lobajjgh,. of Arraijan; Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Worrell, of Paraiso:
T-Sgt. and Mrs. M. Trevino, of
Locona; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. O-
rozco, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Sener, of Curundu;
Dr. and Mrs. J. P; Herberg, of
Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hen Henry,
ry, Henry, of BanamauW and iMrsAt
J. Van Cott,, of Ft. Amador; -and
Mr. and Mrs. O. Zephyrine, of
Juno Missile Flop
Could Shut Door
On Further Tests
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla July
18 (UPI) The failure of the Ju Juno
no Juno II satellite rocket that was
blown up a split -second after
launching Thursday ? ould- mean
abandonment of a complex group
of space experiements, it was
The rocket, which was design designed
ed designed to put a 94.5-pound paylo&d
into orbit, was destroyed by the
range safety officer when it tilt tilted
ed tilted off course, endangering near nearby
by nearby areas. The mishap, was blam blamed
ed blamed on a small but vital part of
the control system.
Experiments the satellite would
have carried out may have to
be called off for lack of another
booster rocket. T. Keith Glen Glen-nan,
nan, Glen-nan, head of the National Aero Aeronautics
nautics Aeronautics and Space Administration
(NASA), told the Senate appro appropriations
priations appropriations committee this week hi
agency does "not have a single
backup vehicle for any of our ex
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roof was burned away.
It Another mystery of the 'case, ae ae-ebndiucw
ebndiucw ae-ebndiucw stat jpolice .Deteetiy i
fergeant'Orjimel ; (XFarrelL; i
that an doors andSwindows the
house were' found 'locked by -firemen
when they iarnyed. They;
broke the lock. n the .front door a
to get inside, ? w 4 v- jt M
Bert Brennan, president f I
Teamster Local 3? and top aide' :
of Hoffa in Detroit, said he could V
tfhink.flf, no reason why O'Brieai'f,
home would be a. target of arson-;
ists. 'i -' i
Af Ahrnn Dac Iffonffi;
Julius J. Hentscnel. is. who had
lived on the Zone for the past '26;
year?,, apparently, oieo m ms Sleep m
last nignt at bis home in.Ancon.
The death was discovered when?
his wife was unable to arouse;
him this morning. H was Bot;
known to have been ill.
Mr. Hentschel was a native Si
New York state and was employ.
ed by the Contract and Inspection
Division of the .Panama Canaf,
Pi ITs aim hail ow1rut
' v n.au HPU nui&CU Willi Ull,
Electrical Division and Power tgm
Besides his wife, he is survived
by two sons, Robert and Wendell,
Heijtschel, who are enroute hers
from the States, and a sister, Mr
Helen Dooley, in Long Island.JCJ j
funeral arrangements wuf
announced later. J
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Madden Dam 813.30
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