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I4Hi Y1AK t . ? f PANAMA, R. raffiAt. JULY Mt 1959 y. ,v, egMT1'
Pilots' Conditions Deplorable
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WASHINGTON, July 24 (UPI) The International Organization of Masters, Mates
and Pilots has protested to Canal Zone Gov, W. E, Potter, against "deplorable" work.
tog conditions of Canal jpilots.
In a telegram to Potter, the union complained of substandard wages and excessive
It said these conditions were not conducive to efficient operations and were en.
dangering the health of Canal pilots.
"We shall endeavor to legally correct this situation with all forces possible," the
fbe telegram was signed by
Capt. John M. Bishop, secretory-treasurer
of the Interna International
tional International Organization of Masters,
Mates and Pilots, and it read
The International Organiza Organization
tion Organization of Masters, Mates and Pi Pilots
lots Pilots strongly protests deplorable
conditions under which our pi pilots
lots pilots are required to work in
"Excessive overtime and
work In tropical climate at
substandard wages for work
performed not conducive to
efficient operation creating
health and welfare haiard to
United States citizens.
"We shall endeavor to lega-
Pier Panty Theif
Leads Dock Worker
To Judge's Bench
two Paflamanlstt men; employed
in the Canal Zone were convicted
day of attempted pettylceny.
in Balboa Magistrate's ; Court to to-and
and to-and given suspended jail sentenc sentences.
es. sentences. In addition,, one of 5vmen
was fined $2S;fo hr attempted
d t Pier IS, was 5
tempting to make off with four
packages of ladies panties, in all
m nir Valued at $24. -The cello
phane-sealed packages? were re re-moved
moved re-moved from a wooden packing
case consigned to Almacen Zig
Zag of Panama. Mosely vps fined
$15 and given a suspended five
day jail sentence. He was placed
en probation for one year.
Daniel D. Mitchell Anthony, 42,
who has worked 11 years for the
Army with an unblemished rec record,
ord, record, was apprehended while at attempting
tempting attempting to leave the Corozal
gate with a hatchet and oilstone
concealed under some newspaper.
Anthony's job with the quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster branch involves building
packing Cases for shipment to
military missions in Latin Ameri America
ca America and he regularly makes use of
a tool box which is government
property. Hetold the court he
only intended to borrow the tools
for-some work at home, but had
neglected to inform his supervisor
or the gate guard until the tools
were discovered in a spot check
of his car The two items are
Worth a .total or $4.08.
In view of administrative ac action
tion action usually followed such convic convictions,
tions, convictions, Anthony was given a sus suspended
pended suspended 10 day jail sentence.
At Paraiso High
Aston M. Parchment, a teacher
at the.Paraiso Elementary-Junior
High School, has been promoted
to the temporary position of Prin Principal,
cipal, Principal, Paraiso, High School, effec effective
tive effective Sept. 1, fa has been announc announced,
ed, announced, by S. E:Wv Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent of Schools. He "places El
lis L. Fawcett who has oeen
granted a year's leave of absence
& the United States.
pehmeat has taught
26 years in the Latin a
..kWn.n Snhnnls. He recently gra
duated with a bachelor's degree
Hh honors from Xavier Univer
sity in New Orleans.
i..hm.nt rpppived his eie
n.nlarv Pducation in the Canal
u tfiirried and resides witn
his ie In Panama City. His two
children are m me 7"'f
ti. im thn kiwi of the late John A
p.rchment. a former Canal Zone
" ttV.criK. Saskatchewan (UPI)
GnMoiUHmiv thkt Oueen Eliza
hPt.. ; Oreenaiit gubsided
todnv in the wake of an official
. usinant Presi Secretary Es
monrt hutlei said at a news con
ference tha reports the -Queen
wai exDectins her third child
were "absolute nonsense." He
sid ho hai. been authorised to
make thP denial by the Queen's
Union Tells Potter
Iy correct this situation with all
, Bishop, himself a Mississippi
River pilot, said that continued
peak traffic loads and a limit-'
ed pilot force in the Panama
Canal force pilots to' work a a-round
round a-round the clock.
He said steps taken by Potter
to increase the pilot force from
96 to 110 promise no Immediate
relief due to the 13-month
training period required for
Panama Canal pilots.
The only safe solution, he
claimed, is to pay the pilots
better and give them housing
facilities more conducive to
rest and relaxation.
Potter already has promised
better housing, Bishop said, but
added that Potter's program
means long-range rather than
Salary increase, amounting to
$250 a year for top pilots, has
been authorized and becomes
effective July 26. Bishop's or
ganization says the pay hike is
Washington representatives of
the Canal Zone pilots group
conferred today with .labor ad advisers,
visers, advisers, to !, the White House,
members of the Maritime Board
and the House Panama Canal
subcommittee .in efforts to get
CI Quarter lo Gel
Bids Being Sought
Patios and patio rofs
predominant items on the
of quarters improvements
eluded in the specifications is- i
sued this week by the Panama j
Canal Co.. under its livability!
Bids on the various improve
ments, most of them sugges
tions made by the quarters oc-;
cupa'nts, are now being solicit solicited
ed solicited by the Canal organizaiton
and are scheduled to be open opened
ed opened Aug. 10 at Balboa Heights.
The specifications cover work
to be done in quarters located
in the United States communi
ties of Los Rios, Diablo Heights,
Balboa, Balboa Heights, Ancon,
Gatun and Margarita.
The improvements include a
large number of patio paving
jobs and patio roofs, -in addi
tion to a number of new doors,
sidewalks and walls, or parti
tions designed to Separate the
patio area in duplex quarters
The contractor will be given
until June 30, 1960, to complete
all the work Included in the
The quarters improvements
included in the current specifi specifications
cations specifications are the result of re requests
quests requests made by employes under
the livability program developed
principally through the coop cooperation
eration cooperation of the Civic Councils.
The requests are studied by
the livability program commit committee
tee committee and all feasible improve improvements
ments improvements possible during this fis fiscal
cal fiscal year are accepted. This year
only those requests received
during the period of March 15
to .April 1 wete considered in
the preliminary -planning. Ac Action
tion Action on subsequent requests will
depend on the availability of
SS Cristobal Is
Fourteen excited boys, mem members
bers members of the VFW baseball team,
will be on board the Ancon of
the : Panama Line when that
ship sails tomorrow fromCris fromCris-tobal'for
tobal'for fromCris-tobal'for New York. A bus will
await them on the pier when
thev dock In New York next
Friday, and off they will go orJ
the first lap of a roaa tour
into condition to meet United
against all-star teams to get
Stat. ? taenae e baseball com
petition In the tourna ffl e h t
scheduled ; to be held In Her Her-shey,,P4.,Un
shey,,P4.,Un Her-shey,,P4.,Un mid-August.
The VFW teenage baseball
players from the Canal' Zone
will nlav their first US game In
Union. JO., against an all-star
teahi, from that area Saturday
night, August 1. On Sunday
there will be an afternoon game
in. Union, NJ., and then thc
Canal Zone team will travel
seven miles south to Rah way
Variety Of Job
By Canal Company
An opening tor a construction
management engineer (waterways)
in the Dredging Division is In Included
cluded Included in the 31 positions that
are now available with the Canal
oreaihzation. according to the
transfer-vacancy bulletin of the
Personnel Bureau. There are
eight vacancies to be filled in the
Health Bureau and tnere are nve
openings in the Industrial Divi Division.
sion. Division. In the Health Bureau there are
two opening: for animal care
takers (temporary, 1 year); for
a clerk-stenographer; dental hy hy-gienist;
gienist; hy-gienist; hospital attendant; medi medical
cal medical biology techincian (tempo (temporary,
rary, (temporary, 1 year); medical radiology
technician (diagnoiss); and an
The vacancies in the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Division are for amachinist
(maintenance); machinist (ma
rine); pipefitter; shipfitter: and
for a welder.
The Postal Division has three
spenings for window distribution
clerks, substitutes; and one
pehinjr fcn? a -tletenftripheR
In he Locks Division there ire
three openings, one foif, a guard
and two openings for lock opera operator
tor operator ( machinist).
Other vacancies are for a ta table
ble table splicer and for a telephone o o-Perator
Perator o-Perator (part-time) in the Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Division; for an engineer engineering
ing engineering draftsman (architectural) and
for a general, engineer (specifica (specifications)
tions) (specifications) in the Engineering Divi Division;
sion; Division; clerk-stenograoher (tempo (tempo-rarv,
rarv, (tempo-rarv, project duration) for the
Balboa bridge project; clerk-ste-nogranher
in the Administrative
Branch; engineman (temporary,
9 months) in the Maintenance Di Division;
vision; Division; sales assistant supervisor
in the Simply, Division: and twr
openings for machinists in the
DISTILLER DIES Richard
E. Bruhn, a well-known Pan Panama
ama Panama distiller, died this morn morning
ing morning en route from Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara to the Penonome Hospital,
apparently of a heart attack.
Mr. Bruhn, an American who
had been with National Dis Dis-tilleriS.A.
tilleriS.A. Dis-tilleriS.A. (Womack Ameri Ameri-carr
carr Ameri-carr whiskey Co.), ever since
he came to the Isthmus sev several
eral several years ago, is survived by
three sons, two of whom are
residents of the Isthmus.
Sea-Going Dugout As VFW
N.J., for a twilight game on
Monday, August 4 at about 6
pm. From Rahway they will
make the long trek to York,
Pa., where they will play three
twilight games on August 6, 6
The nxt stop for the team
will be Waynesboro, P,
where the boys will spend two
days, They arrive there Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, August 9. No gam could
be scheduled because of the
state Blue Laws prohibiting
any activity on a Sunday. On
Monday, August 10, the team
will play an all-star team
- front the Waynesboro area, at
The Canal Zone team will go
from Waynesboro j to Latrobe,
Pa.;, About 43 miles from Pitts Pitts-Burgh,
Burgh, Pitts-Burgh, and then ; eastward to
Blairsvllle for a day, ... Friday,
Aueust 14. wilt find them in
Huntingdon, Pa., for a twilight
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LT. JAMES A. DARDEN, helicopter pilot with the Air Rescue Coordination Center at Albrook examines
bits of wreckage retrieved from a beach on Cebaco Island yesterday afternoon. A flight was made
at Cebaco Island to check on a report from a resident of Punta Duarte that he had seen an airplane
falling during a rain storm on July 8. The wreckage is apparently the pilot's seat of a Beechcraft
Bonanza aircraft. Millionaire Argentine sportsman Juan Jose Blaquier and Argentine pilot Juan Carlos
MendiviUe disappeared eitfy 8 while flying their Bonanza from Managua to Tocumen. Eduardo Nelson,
Blaquier's brother-in-law who has been here organizing a search, said last night there i no doubt the
wreckage is from Blaquier's plane. Darden is examining the upper portion of the pilot's back seat which
contains two "jacks' which are used to plug in raqio equipment. The Navy minesweeper Falcon is
expected to begin divii operations off Cebaco tomorrow morning in an attempt to find and retrieve
other wreckage or bodies. Nelson ii aboard the Falcon. (Official USAF Photo).
Nixon. Khruihcllev Engage" n Debate
At United States Moscow Exhibition
MOSCOW, July 24 (UPI) Vice President Richard M. Nixon and. Soviet Premier Niklta i.
Khrushchev clashed in a rough
bition In Moscow. It covered subjects ranging rrom wasmng macmnes to rockets.
In a scene reminiscent ; of soap oox oratory in ew xpru s union square, tne two statesmen
engaged 1n mutual recrimination in the presence of hundreds of reporters and officials.
The debate was marked by accusations about the origins of Cold War and responsibility for
the tense international situation.
A short time earlier, in their first face-to-face meeting in
shchev had greeted each other
Details of the letter were
The debate started innocently
enough when Nixon and Khrush
chev stopped to look at a kitchen
of a model American home in a
preview tour of the exhibit which
Nixon was to open formally later
Khrushchev said, "You Ameri
cans expect tnat tne soviet peo people
ple people will be amazed. It is not so.
We have all these things in our
Nixon rplid, "We do not
claim to astonish th Soviot
pooplo. Wt hop to show our di diversity
versity diversity and our right to choott.
W do not with to havo deci decisions
sions decisions mad at tho top by gov government
ernment government officials who 1 that
all homot should bo built in tho
Nixon continued, "We can learn
much from you and you much
from us. What is needed in the
world more than anything else is
a free exchange of ideas. We must
trust the people and let them
make their own choice."
Khrushchev triad to chang
tho subject to washing machinei
but somehow or other tho dis discussion
cussion discussion was continued on tht
thorn of tnt Soviot-Amtriein
"I think that sometimes when
we point out differences there is
too much tendency to say mis is
right or wrong,' Nixon said
"There is no sense in saying that
our way is the only way. I think
we must talk, not so much in
terms of superior or inferior peo-
game. Arrangements are incom incomplete
plete incomplete for Saturday, August 15,!
but it is hoped that another
game in Huntingdon may be
The boys will reach their
goal, Hershey, Pa., 14 miles of
Harrlsburg, Pa., on Sunday,
August 16. At Hershey they will
be housed In the Hershey Coun Country
try Country Club, as guests at the Her Hershey
shey Hershey Estates.
Sunday will be a free day.
On Monday a double elimina elimination
tion elimination tournament will be play played,
ed, played, with- each team in the
tournament; having to be
eliminated twice. The tourna tournament
ment tournament will wind up with th
finals r on August 21.
Every other team participat participating
ing participating In the tournament, except
the Panama Canal Zjnc VFW
teenage team,, must leave Her Hershey
shey Hershey the tfay after loslhg Its
second game. The Canal Zone
and tumble informal debate today while touring tne v.t. exhi
warmly and Nixon delivered a
pie, but in terms of mutual res-
Pointing to the washing ma
chines, Nixon said, "Is it not far
better to be talking of washing
machines than machines of war
like rockets? This is the kind of
competition you want. I know,
you said so."
Tho Soviet premier, raising
hit vole said "Your gonrals
say that thoy ar so powerful
they can doitroy ut. W can al alto
to alto show you something so that
you will know tho Russian spir spirit."
it." spirit." Nixon, at that point, said, "If
you were in the United States
Senate you would be accused of
Khrushchev retorted, "If your
reporters check on the time, they
will see who has talked more."
Nixon said, "You are strong
and we are strong. In some ways
you are stronger, but in other
ways we might be stronger. We
are both strong, not only in mod modern
ern modern weapons but in wiil and spir spirit."
it." spirit." Apparently referring to Berlin,
Nixon said, "Neither of us should
use his strength to put the other
in a position of facing an ultima ultimatum.
tum. ultimatum. With modern weapons it
does not make any difference.
If war comes we both have had
Khruthchov acknowledged that
tho American pooplo want
peaco, but ho did not think that
torn of th gonoralt wantod it.
"If any of the powerful nations
Lads Sail For
team, however, will lemain In
Hershev until a day after the
tournament ends. On August 22
the local team wi'l leave by bus
tor WasMJngton, D.C., where the
boys will have about five hours
before boarding a National Air Airlines'
lines' Airlines' plane for Miami. They
will return to CanM Zone
from Miami, by plane, on or a a-bout
bout a-bout 7:30 am on August 23.
Normally there is a by re reception
ception reception planned to celebrate
thelrreturh to the Canal Zone,
but thlstyear, because of the
early arrival hour a reception
for the Canal Zofie VFW teen teenage
age teenage baseball team will be held
sometime after their return.
Throughout their stay in the
States and their ball-playing
tour Of New Jersey and Penn
sylvania the Canal Zone team
will b guesia of the VFW Post
in each ; aemirate town. The
VFW Post members, as hosts to
the Kremlin, Nixon and Khru
letter from President Eisenhower.
places another in a position of ul ultimatum
timatum ultimatum with a choice of accept
ing or fighting, you are playing'
with the most destructive force in
the world," Nixon said.
Khrushchev rejoined. "Who is
giving an ultimatum?"
Nixon suggested the question be
discussed at another time but
they still were unable to get off
Khrushchev accusod Nixon of
trying to frighten him. Ho said
it was Nixon who had brought
up tho subject.
"You are placing great emphas emphasis
is emphasis on ultimatums," said Khrush Khrushchev.
chev. Khrushchev. "If you want to frighten us,
it will not work. We will answer
your threats with threats."
Again Nixon said he did not
quite understand how the conver conversation
sation conversation had shifted so quickly to
such hard terms.
Khruthchov antwtrad, "You
itarttd it. You wanttd indirectly
to threaten m. But w hav
mans at our disposal which
can have vary bad consequenc consequences."
es." consequences." Nixon rotortod sharply: "Wt
To which Khrushehtv answor answor-od,
od, answor-od, raising hit fingtr, "Ours
ar bettor, if you want to com compote."
pote." compote." In spite of the sharp temper of
the exchanges, Khrushchev said
"We want peace and friendship
with America and all other na
the local team, are planning
sightseeing and educatlo n a 1
tours, swimming event.? and
teenage dances. In fact, the
problem is not of eeplne; the
boys occupied and entertained
but of keeping their hosts from
going overboard on the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment angle. Emphasis is
placed on the fact that while
the boys are given as much
freedom as they are able to
take, there are games to be
Dlayed. curfews to be met, and
schedules to be adhered to dur during
ing during the trip.
Travelling with the VFW
teenage baseball team from the
Canal Zone are Ollbt-rt Mar-
cum, VFW representative; Air
Force T8gt. Charles Beesler,
coach; and Robert O. Smith,
manager. Jose Arrequln, 14, ac accompanies
companies accompanies the team as equip equipment
ment equipment manager.
A proposed rnarCh into the Canal Zone to protest
yesterday $ firing of all checkers who had struck against
the Canal Zone Bus Service was called off today when the
organizers decided it would be "unwise."
J"0 k01 been scheduled to follow a tally
scheduled for 12:30 pm. It had been called by Ramon
Pereira, the manager of a crusading Panama City radio
station, in support of the men who had oeen fired.
Pereira, whose station nnrlA tk. v... :i
vo It here last February, said the station decided to calf
off the proposed march after consultations with former
foreign minister Aquilino Boyd and former deputy foreign
minister Ernesto Castillero, who had been invited to takj
. BoycTand Castillero n nnnranflu A.., J ... .1-3.
demonstration on the or
would run the risk of being
lice. The two former officials
Furthermore there was
InyJteaT ttneita saif-
lleamvbile, Gursam Singn CiH
operate f the Gill Tr.n
lion Co. providing public transpor.
tation within the .Cam Zone; to today
day today confirmed his firm's decision
to aDoiisn checkers on ranni
Zone bus routes.
The move was reportedly an announced
nounced announced at yesterday's meeting
between company representatives
and 53 striking checkers and
maintenance employes, following
the striking employes' hat rejec rejection
tion rejection of Singh's offer of a 10 per
cent wage increase.
Earlier the men had demanded
a 75 cents per hour minimum
wage as against pre-strike pay of
J3 cents to about 50 cents per hour
Singh said today th mev to
abolish checkers was net an act
of retribution against strikers,
but dictated for reasons of eco economy.
nomy. economy. Rtvised eptntisnil pro procedures
cedures procedures had bn under study
for torn time, h said.
Officials of the bus firm said
there has been a sharp drop in
revenue since the concession oper operation
ation operation began in 1955, and consid considerable
erable considerable increase in both wages
and maintenance costs, although
Canal Zone bus fares have re remained
mained remained fixed during the four-year
There was speculation in some
quarters that the demonstration
was abandoned out of deference
to Canal Zone legal regulations
governing processions of people or
motor vehicles or both.
Formerly regulation allowed un
to 200 persons or 50 cars or both
befort a Canal Zon parad per permit
mit permit was required. But a roront
xoeutiv ordor has sharply r r-ducd
ducd r-ducd th allowed totals. Pre Present
sent Present regulations allow on'y a
maximum of 15 cars or 60 peo people
ple people or both, without pelice per permission.
mission. permission. Canal Zone police authorities
denied any special preparations
had been made to cope wih ihe
Principal causes o' the dcrense
has been attributed to drastic re reductions
ductions reductions of military personnc sla
Honed in the Canal Zone Hit
Singh said there had also ht'i a
(IrOo in business along non-miiila-ry
Some observers believed the de decrease
crease decrease in numbers of bus paj.ien? paj.ien?-ers
ers paj.ien?-ers was partly due to rising waee
scales for non-U.S. citizens, and
the consequent increase in auto automobile
mobile automobile ownership by these Em Employes.
ployes. Employes. Balboa Heights, which has dis disclaimed
claimed disclaimed any official connection' in
the four-day wag? dispute, said
today there has been no request
to the Canal's Transportation Com Committee
mittee Committee for a hike in bus fares.
Present fares range from 5 cents
to 20 cents, depending upon the
number of zones through which
the passenger travels.
Singh's concession with the Can Canal
al Canal Zone, renegotiated shout three
months ao, ;rants his firm ex exclusive
clusive exclusive oneratlng rihts within
Canal Zoa and. military com communities
munities communities However, independent
Panama busses are allowed to
travel along the main highways
within the Zon and to approach
arreted by Canal Zone pol
also noted that the strikers
a visible tact f nrhf0SmV
-t, vT r -w
at apectfiedT points euMcf
Independent operates are forbi
den to enter either military or eiv.
ilian communities proper.
Restrictions against Indeptn.
dnt bus operators at well as
granting fueling .nd mainUli"
f.i C,M h" prmptd om
critics to brand th Singh, con.
est,on Canal 2ny'transpr
tation monopoly." ; w
Earlier in the week a Panama
iTtf ff'ce, sPesman had blast,
ed the Gill firm as "operating il.
legally" in the Canal Zone Thi
charge arises out of Panama's on on-jections
jections on-jections to Singh's fueling and
mamtainance privilegs at Curun-
. While bitterness appeared to be
increasing in the dispute Canal'
transportation officials held in
es 2fiSS,f"L1CanSt 5 scho01 b"
" 71! t the Pacific side motor
pool- in event there i a public
But Singh said today there has
been no crippling breakdown of
equipment and the company is r
peratmg regular schedules with
service8" number of buss in
However, at the company's C
rundu maintainanCe sheds only
two or three idle employes could
be found. .
There was still nn inn;.,. (... i
the strikers' next move.
Diablo Commy Head
Charged In Forgery
Of Refund Receipts
A veteran employe of the Pan,
ma Canal Co. commissary divi division
sion division waived a preliminary her
ing in Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday and was bound over for
trial at U. S District Court on
three separate counts ot forgery.
Erling B. Verner, 47-year-old
manager of the Diablo Heights
commissary, who has worked 18
years for the Canal Company, is
specifically charged with forging
refund receipts at the commissi
ry. The three receipts allegedly
forged involve total refunds of
$56.89 between June 29 and July
16. Signatures appearing on the
allegedly forged receipts are those
of "R. Taylor,-' "C. Johnson,1!
and "C. Edwards."
Commissary managers arc res responsible
ponsible responsible for authorizing cash re
funds as well accounting for re
turned merchandise. 4
Police authorities said continuing"
investigation has thus far reveal revealed
ed revealed no person other than Vernei
implicated in .the alleged fofge
The Canal Zone Code provide
a maximum penalty of 14 years
imprisonment on conviction fo
forgery. ,. -i;m:$Jtl,'
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' A lot cf unfavorable comment against New York Yankee
jHector L ez has been circulating in local quarters concernlna
the fact nat the Panamanian failed to ihow up at a dinner
given at a New-York restaurant in the ballplayer's honor by
sportsman Carlos' $,e& last July 4.
' Earlier that sarhe" day Lopez was presented Panama's Sports
3Medal of Honor which had been bestowed upon him by Presi President
dent President Ernesto tie la Guardia Jr. (through Eleta) in ceremonies
at Yankee Stadium.
Eleta gave a dinner party that night at the Rancho Grande
testaurant for Lopez and brilliant RP jockey Manuel Ycaza. who
attended the function.
i Sportswriter-sportscaster Tomas Alberto Cupas of El. Pals
published the facts of the "Lopez snub" In his column this week,
fcnd since the explanation has probably missed the attention of
"many persons, a re-publication of the Cupas story is in order.
' "Cupas, who was in New York at the time, said that Lopez
bhoned the restaurant on the night of July 4 and apologized to
Jtleta for not being able to attend.
The lnfielder explained that he did not know of the party
Until that same afternoon and did not have adequate clothlne
at the Stadium to be able to dress for the dinner Immediately
after the doubleheader was over.
Lopez declared that he lives in East Brooklyn, about a two two-Iiour
Iiour two-Iiour drive from the Rancho Grande Restaurant, and he would
pot had had time to rusfi home, dress and show up at the affair
lit the appointed hour.
Cupas gave the impression in his story that Eleta and all
the persons in the party were satisfied with Lopez' explanation.
(The columnist hoped that the unpleasant Impression concerning;
Lopez had been wiped out.
t Fact Finder.
I Aquilino Boyd wants to march into the Canal Zone Nov. 3.
If marching is the order of the day, I think we American resi residents
dents residents of the Zone should be eood-neighborly enough to recl recl-frrocate.
frrocate. recl-frrocate. We could all go Into Panama and park on the lawn of
Foyd's home. There we could while awav a pleasant morning
"lissing our historic right to a 50-50 split of the gross revenue
ct all the business enterprises in which Aqullino's family is In Involved.
volved. Involved. J We could also mention, peacefully among ourselves, that the
US brought prosperity, sanitation, road, communications and
many other blessings civilization to the disease-ridden provincial
pesthole that was Panama In 1903. There might even be some
among us who would express the opinion that It was President
Jeddy Roosevelt and the US Navy that gave Panama Its inde inde-iJEiidence
iJEiidence inde-iJEiidence Nov. 3, 1903 not any hard-riding patriots from la
...There is. too," every' Kope that we would be joined In our
BiCablt) dipcujsilon by Aquilino hlmsef. He has not found It
tkAj At ifk'Mui'totcfhlAilia tha frmlt ranks rtllHnw o tl it ronont
iherlandby Cuban foreign mercenaries), 'so he may well be
peacefully at home when and if his supporters march peacefully
Jnto the zone.
By ROBERT C. RUARK
P ALAMOS, Spain I don't know
where 1 11 live wnen 1 come oic
to New York in August. I'u xno
places to eai, of course, and I al always
ways always stay at the same hotel, but
where will I live?
I ask this question because Mr.
Bernard Snor has succumbed
to money and is allowing people
to tear down my home in order
to make way lor progress. 1 don t
care if the fat bum is a million-and-a-half
dollars richer from Mr.
William Zeckendorf. He got no
right to. let people pay him dough
to tear down my home.
It's going to be another year
before the new Toots Shor's is
open for business. Who knows what
can happen ta a year? Can I
wait a year to be insulted by the
proprietor? Can I wait a year
without allowing Ziggie and Dick
and Walter and Joe and Paul and
Sammy to run my New York life
lor me? wno will button me
up proper and beat m'e when I'm
A certain geographical dilemma,
such as 4,000 miles, prevented my
attending the weepy testimonial
given by the creepy bums who
love this creepy crum-bum, but 1
am certain I would have become
tearfully loaded with the rest of
his favorite creeps who threw him
the farewell party.
Toots said something when he
said that they weren't tearing
down his red brick building on
Fifty-First, "they are tearing
down me." They were also tear tearing
ing tearing down a good portion of my
generation in the arts and sports
and theater and writing dodges.
Nobody has ever successiully
described this vast hulk of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia side meat who has insult insult-ed
ed insult-ed his way into the hearts of so
many people, who has administ administered
ered administered so many sneaky kindnesses
and charities, and who has cut so
many big shots down to size.
Underneath the gross exterior
cringes, shamefully, a heart'tirat
is bigger than the man, and the
noise that comes out of the Great
Man's mouth is only a timid at attempt
tempt attempt to camouflage that Mr. Shor
is in love with all the world.
When it comes to cutting people
down to size, I, have seen some
notable examples. One wai with
L. B. Mayer, the movie rijogul,
who expressed displeasure at hav having
ing having to wait overlong for table.
"I hope the food will live up to
its reputation after all this waste
of my time," Mr. Mayer said a a-cerbically.
cerbically. a-cerbically. Toots looked down from his
"Don't worry, Bud," iesSTff
mildly. "I seen some ot your" pie pie-tures."
tures." pie-tures." '
There was a time, too, when
he and Jackie Gleason, one of
his favorite drinking companions,
made bets on a marathon drink drinking
ing drinking contest. Gleason eventually
collapsed in midstride, a couple
of bottles later, right in the cent center
er center of the door that leads from
the bar into the dining room.
Waiters rushed to pick up the
"Hold it, Toots said. "Leavf the
bum lay there as an example of
what happens to boys that get
mixed up with men." People stee steeped
ped steeped over the world's highesfcpaid
comedian for a considerable time
The most hilarious time that I
can remember was a. summer
when Toots and Boh Considine
and Jim Thrasher and Bill Gar Gar-gan
gan Gar-gan and I took over the Mary
.Margaret McBride radio program,
X opened with interest tne ujti-tv nve presentation 01
panorama (generally a digestible program), Wednesday evening
end-was nauseated by a portion or tne program cieaicaiea to
rthettelebratlon of the anniversary of Special Services.
' $ow don't get me wrong, I'm a serviceman who fully realizes
!the "necessity and utility of the Special Services program. How However,
ever, However, the script for the program was a farce. It was obviously
botriitig more than the verbalization of what some chicken col colonel,
onel, colonel, fitting In his big stuffed chair ori his big stuffed well,
frever mind that thinks is the proper line of guff to feed the
public In order to enable them to fully realize all the goody
things the Army has for GI Joe to do.
J I quote: "At the base service clubs staffed by professional
recreation directors the soldier can take part In a variety of
activities of his own choosing such as soldiers' shows or listen
to soldiers' music."
Well, la dee dah. One has to really hand It to whoever who
Jwrot that script. He had this soldiering business all figured' when Triple M was vacationing,
nut. That's exactlv what I do everv night. I hustle down to the God alone knows what thP listen-
service club and catch a soldiers' show or If there Is not one j ing public thought was going on,
(available I check out the latest LP by the US Army Band and! but we managed to turn the hair
'listen to soiaiers music wnne reminiscing aDoui tne miuew""K vmceui. me announcer.
Of Bastogne or the Charge up San Juan Hill. Never had a more unlikely pro-
" I -wouldn't ever think of wandering into some den of ini-'gram emerged from thr ..myriad
qulty in Panama City and quaff a draft beer or two while listen- P'ugs for margerine and ice-cream
Ing to Lucho Azcarraga on the Juke. Perish the thought! Nor powders,
would I be tempted to entice some honey in the moonlight to
tell her of her many charms. Not me, colonel I'm a "soldiers'- 0n the way hack from one pro-
hows-and-soldiers'-music" boy myself. Kn. somebody suggested lunch.
! Let's get off it. Give Special Services the credit they deserve, we headed automatically for
but don't ruin CFN-TV completely by insisting they promulgate Shor s.
Such ''drive No' T00'' sai('- I-1 s go to
E .; (j joe Twenty-Qnp. We'll give them
f ibums a little class, and they can
use it. We'll also stuff them for
he ch'ck." Which wr did, therp therp-hv
hv therp-hv seHing somo sortof record for
iNew York's snootiest restaurant.
Mr. Thrasher. newsman of ta talent,
lent, talent, once scratched a ooem on
the bar at RWs, whn Toots wa
away at White Sulphur, it said
"Th Joint Is quieter, without
NEA Sarria, Inc
The Washington Merry -Go -Round
By DREW PEARSON
WHO HELPS PANAMA?
! .X- work In the Zone. I am a Panamanian. If 1 had to do trie
tain work in Panama I would get paid one-quarter of my
. There' are a lot of. my countrymen who haven't awakened
Jo the fact that our so-called leaders have been directing blasts
at the Zone to detract attention from their own conduct.
1 They drive by in big cars while people In Colon starve. They
11 Ct C iltw JUVJllvo, Willie vui Jiuiifti J iiHiu.vii fjvj ill inga. ,t..lii i
jw tive disaster who helps the poor people? the Panama Big .. But b.r?at .Man Presence
BlViftttO Mn th. Amorlnon nonnlo nnpn thpir hpnrts and thplr I Mn?ere0 in MS absence, arid SO
T r,mmhr tho h'.,r flroo In Pnlnn anH Panama T rp- I nOW WSm futlir patrons of the
tnember how the US Army and Zone people helped us out. 1 -wP "-r w"""" Wl11
2 Now a man comes along named Aquilino Boyd. He -wants to ,)U''' ,l0,0's ..01'. gr"lin(Vs-.
Xe President. What are his qualifications? He was no great tnhf l107l wm .bf Hinted by
f hakes as a cabinet minister. Now he wants me to march into5.'. Joun, nolsv Kl,0't' 710
She home of our friends, raise a rumpus and insult them in
4heir home grounds.
Count me out. Panama has enough troubles without politl
plans making more trouble against the friends of Panama.
I will he hinsing around to give
ithe creepv bums in the new joint
' a little class.
WASHINGTON One inteiest
ing fact behind the steel sCri.
Is that when Eisenhower new up
to New York and held a well ad advertised
vertised advertised conference with Dave
McDonald, head of the United
Steelworkers, he did not talk a a-bout
bout a-bout steel. In fact, he did not e e-ven
ven e-ven permit the question of the
steel wage negotiations to come
up. McDonald tried to bring
them up, but was unsuccssful.
This was one reason why Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, in a, last effort to head
off the strike,: flew to Pittsburgh
to see Vice-president Richard M.
Nixon, known to lean toward the
view of Secretary of Labor
James Mitchell that more posi positive
tive positive steps could and should hav
been taken by the government
to head off a strike.
However, the policy sold Ike
by his close friends in the steel
Ihdtfstry was to keep hands off j
that this was the time to take ft
firm stand against spiralmg
wage increases, and that the
steelwokers, having recently
come through wage layoffs,
could ill afford a strike.
Furthermore the industry, hav having
ing having stockpiled approximately
three months steel supplies, w.is
in the ; reverse position of being
well Prepared for a strike.
There's a certain amount of
private concern among Ike's eco economic
nomic economic advisers that a long strike
might upset the current business
However, those who have the
ear of the President are his old
friends, George Humphrey, for former
mer former Secretary of the Treasury,
now head of National Steel; Jim
Black, vice president of Repub Republic
lic Republic Steel; and George Alien, Ike's
bridge partner, a director of Re Republic.
public. Republic. These are the advisors'
who are calling the steel siiots
as far as the White House is con concerned.
cerned. concerned. "SECRET" VOTING
Members of the House Labor
and Education Committee have
tried to conceal their vote3 on
the vitally important labor bin
by holding their sessions beiund
closed doors. However the secret
voting has already leadked out
to labor leaders.
When chairman Graham Bard.-n
(D-N.C.) heard what was going
on, he angrily stopped taking
roll-call votes. In order to iluw.v
off the labor leaders, he accept accepted
ed accepted a quick show of hands which
could not be counted so easily.
"Under what rule of Congress
are ynu refusing a roll call
vote?" protested freshman Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Roman Pucinski (D (D-111.).
111.). (D-111.). "Under the Barden rule," the
gentleman from North Carolina
When Pucinski continued to
challenge the rulings, Barden
grumpily accused him of leaking
the secret votes to union leaders.
The Illinois freshman leaped lo
"Dammit. Mr. Charman," ho
shouted, "I am sick and tired of
being treated like a North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina sharecropper!"
On the first eight votes, labor
E It's better that Gov. William E- Potter accept the $250 year year-Sy
Sy year-Sy his pilots have thrown back at him. The pilots' conscience
Uiust already throb dangerously when they cash their fat
Bhecks. Mine would too were I transported to and from work
y Local Raters whose wages were only four or five percent of
. Tm aiiifal iYM maciei-a aVilna iioinn tVi f., v. T ,A t a i, a
. aV til lUiB WII- IllOOLCI O VJ 1 9llkJO UOU1R tuc V. t lltkl 'vUUlU tHIWC
leir. own vessels through without help from the aiways-com-
. I'm also sure that ihe captain of uncle Sams nuclear sub
marine Sworailsn which was here the other cluv ciocMi t make
14,600 a year, but he isn't forever writing his Congressman for
tL pay raise Just because he thinks ties in an important slot.
W,-. Captains of nuclear submarines and Jet bombers are not a
lunch of cry babies, but their Job Is more difficult and Im Important
portant Important than that of any Panama Caanl pilot.
M y- Hot Tears
lobbyists classified each amend amendment
ment amendment pro or anti-labor, then
checked how each Congressman
voted. Here is the tabulation of
the secret voting:
Powell of New York, Bailey of
West Virginia, Perkins of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Holland ofN Pennsylvania,
Roosevelt of California, Zelenko
of New York and Pucinski of Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, all Democrats, vottd 100
percent for labor.
Casting all their votes afainst
labor were Hoffman of Michigan,
Wainwright of New York, Froiin Froiin-.ghuysen
.ghuysen Froiin-.ghuysen of New Jersey, Avres
of Ohio and Hie stand of Caufor-i
nia, all Republicans.
No Republican voted more than
once for labor. Those listed with
one pro-labor vote were Kearns
of Pennsylvania, Holt of Califor California,
nia, California, Griffin of Michigan, Lafore
fo Pennsylvania and Quie Of Minnesota.
t Of the -T)emoctats,' Barden. 1i li
the No. 1 anti-labor record, He
voted six times against labor,
twice for pro-labor amendments.
Congressmen Wier of Minnesota,
Teller of New York, Dent of
Pennsylvania and Daniels of
New Jersey had only one anti anti-labor
labor anti-labor vote, though Wier and Dan Daniels
iels Daniels Refrained from voting on
The unions listed as middle-of-the-roaders
of Alabama with a 2-3 record a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst labor; Green of Oreg.m,
3-3; Thompson of New Jersey, 4 4-3;
3; 4-3; Udall of Arizona, 3-4; Brade Brade-mas
mas Brade-mas of Indiana, 4-3, Giaimo of
Connecticut, 3-2; O'Hara of Mich Michigan,
igan, Michigan, 4 2 and Landrnm of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, 1-4.
NO TAXI TIPS
An ardent lady Republican re reported
ported reported at GOP national nead nead-quarters
quarters nead-quarters the other day how she
helped the cause by generously
tipping taxi drivers and. urging
them to "vote Republicah."
Mrs. Clare Williams, the .vica .vicarious
rious .vicarious assistant national chairman,
claimed she had a better and
"I give no tip, slam the car
door and say 'vote Democra
tic,' she confided.
BLARK BACKS LYNDON
Sen. Joe Clark, the Pennsylva
nia democrat nas corrected a
recent report in this column that
he, Clark, "maintains Lyndon
Johnson doesn t deserve to serve
as Democratic leader."
"I have differed with Lyndon
publicly and privately," says
uarK. "But despiie our disagree
ments, I still think Lyndon John
son is tne best Democrat to le
our party in the Senate."
Clark has also prepared an in
teresting diagram showing how
Johnson has failed to vote wl'h
the majority of Democrats on
certain key issues.
Particularly significant is the
fact that Johnson failed to vote
with the majority of Democrats
with the newly-elected 'enators
who went to Washington on th
huge Democratic landslide of last
, November and therefore prcsum
!ably represent the latest thigg
1 in puuuc opinion.
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Clark's chart ahnwi that en
the Kev amendment to urhan r.
newsl, Johnson voted "no," de despite,
spite, despite, the fact that 32 Democrats
voted yes a clear majority.
On the McCsrthy amendmt
knocking out the tax benefits mr
siock marxet operators, Jonnsun
votes "ves." but reversed him.
self and voted "no" against me
majority ot his own party when
House-Senate conferees opposed
Johnson Wli ahint when tfca
key question of unemployment
compensation came up on two
votes sponsored by McNamara of
Michigan and MacCarthy of Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, but voted against these
amendments when a joint Con Congressional
gressional Congressional committee apposed
Aeain. acrordins in riorir'a
chart, Johnson voted against the
majority, of -bis own party evea
mougn ne is me majority lewrt
Presented by Ha D'partmant
a Christian Idwcarien f the
falscepel Church in I the Mr.
sienry Diecese el th, raMr
ma Canal Zene.) :.i J.'
Iphe'tians 1:1 yr-vi
"Ta ma. .It (hit trace iiv
n, met I sheuld preach
the Gentiles the ansae rchaMt
riches ef Chrlat."
Comfort is one of the greatl
woras oi reugiom At tne same
time it is one of the most .mis .misunderstood.
understood. .misunderstood. It 1s not a syrupy
kind of Sentimental consolation.
The root, meaning signified "to
strengthen." The -comfort which
the DroDhet li nrnmiiih Th.
pie is God s encouragement to
iorgei ui ianures ot me pasL to
do better in the future
The Second Imiih ru.V-ln.
to I nation which has endured
humiliation and fiisgrace.' This
has come largely as the result of
their mm hnrtunininr Th v..
ohet does not close hi-eyes ,o
ure racis. aii man's achieve
ments, srand aa rhev m ...
as short-lived at the flowerf' ko(
inp lieiu. :
Over against man stands God
and His word of promise. Man's
TOKYO (UPI) The csbinjt
a Jaoanese 'inilitsry mission to
the United States to select a new
standard jet fighter, for this na-
wuii air ueiense- TOrce.
task g to maka known this word.
He is to build ilgbways and to
climb mountains "W. announced
the good news. The antidote far
disoursgement 'i is always a
greater demand! laid v upon us.
Comfort will -come as '- we .' wotk
to communicate -to' others.fr.
iswtmtls$ Aj i I:
Animals native to the Ha
waiian Islands are .me.' Mf I
one, a small bat, Is definitely j
known to be nauve. me n- j
dent Hawaiian! introduced i
dogs, hogs and perhaps rata l
and mice. Sheep, f oats, cattle,
horses and other animals were
brought in after the Island:
were discovered by Europeans.
There are hundreds of bird
species, some of which art
found only on the islands.
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OPENINO the iervice recognition program, which is now underway, ten-year length-of-service
of the Personnel Bureau. A record total of 6,361 from left to right, Paul M. Rurmestrand, execu-
nrflfl iiiaka HiA0Anfo1 rimr W IT Pftot f a Jrotinn Rponoh- on4 ITHwnrrf A FVa1 nn Ahrontnr
tive secretary; Harold I. Perantie,. chief, Adminisemployes will receive similar awards between be before
fore before July tJt in' a-series of programs planned in th eir various units.
Lady Olave was accompanied
by her traveling companion Miss
Barbara Stiles and Dr. Julieta
A. Burda, founder of Muchachas
Suias. Before leaving the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus she sent Mrs. McFarquhar
a floral bouquet; a corsage and
a parting letter "w cheer.
ii. Gov. and Mn. John D.:!Mc-
Elheny and their two ebiwren
are sailing on the Ancon of the
Panama Line on Saturday from
Cristobal for Port au Prince, ,f ;
On board the Ancon, bound for
w- VnrV will be W. M. Whit-
JlIUf PVV V. J :
ronai rnntDanv. ana son
daughter, who will be going on to
TKa naeneer list for New
1. .kih tntlll 113 alSO in
.inHai Mm members of the VFW
baseball team who are traveUing
with the VFW represen iiviys
Gilbert Marcum; tne vjw
baU manager, Robert 0. Smith;
Army St. Charles Beesler, coach;
and Jose Arrequin, 14; equipment
The complete ps"K
CRISTOBAL TO NIW YORK:
Jack Alexander; Jose Arrequin,
Tnkn Batsman: Charles Bath;
Charles Beesler; Boy Bettes, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Bieaauey du
d.nBhter: Miss Helen Bogner;
tRobert Brandon; Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Builder, Young vage; m.
Bay W. Canter; Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ar A. Chaawicn, ano mi. buj
Irs. Herbert W. L. Curtis and
Mr. and Mrs. EarLO. "Dailey;
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Dorn; mr.
and Mrs. Albert A. Doyle; Alex
ander E. Dugas; Miss neien b.
Dugas; Miss Agnes Farrell: Miss
Mil. 1 T-w..nnv. T allKATinA I J I A
UlUiei A UBUIl, UOU1V..VV -'
na-gan; Robert Fortune; Louis
French, and Worden French.
Mrs. Rose Gerardi; Josepn E.
Grady; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph r.
Green; Miss Frances uregoritscn;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Hasemann
and daughter; William R. Head Head-ington;
ington; Head-ington; Miss Josephine Hi m i c s;
Miss Mae Holmes; Fred Huddles-
ton; Maj. and Mrs. Robert L.
Hughes, Jr., ana aaugnier, ana
Miss Frances Kelly; Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Kelly; Miss Mary Kelly;
Mrs. Lillian Kohant Herbert Lar Lar-rabee;
rabee; Lar-rabee; Mr. and Mrs. William Le Le-Brun
Brun Le-Brun and five children; Miss
Edith Levine; Reuben Levey;
junior, jknlor ItMleiit
a Run iMBtim.
Restins Cm J!,
junior-AncLrfstMiior iessHiM l
Camp La Refetiag 'wMl ifun con con-.tjrrently
.tjrrently con-.tjrrently instead of consecutive-
Irtrs. Wesley TOwnsend, "who is
directing cnc ump un u mar
boa Union Church,
Stateside leavei affld er t t-cation
cation t-cation plans have taken so imany
families from ehe lethmua that
the personnel for two camp
staffs1 not TailaMv;Therefore,
both Junior high and awBiof high
young people will teaav: Ta"
boga Aug. 3 through 8.
However, the two gsoupi w
be separated to pume ae
group interests t U es.
nacn wm "f- :
classes,' disoussion groups, nd
swimming na rcico"f
tamper -wiu. kjt rr
Balboa by ehartered launch at
8:45 Monday morning, Aug. 3
and return to Balboa Saturday
in it. 8 m tune to
meet the I o'clock., train for At-
Some ddttkmal ctmBpr
.mi v..MYMVihAntpd:- in! both
Bill! W vy""" T i
age groups, provided oamp of-
Pacific side residents may eaU
jwra. 'luiriiKuu ----
of fte education office of the
galboa TJnion Church, Balboa
M. Atlantic side residents, may
call the Rev. Henry Gustafson,
Margarita 2842 or 1498. The deadS
: J 11,. vhavrwtAnt nit B fl Ttl Vi
line iur V
fees ha. been extende4 n n 1 1 1
Tuesday w p m.
ReWeepeetlon On VltM
Rw Larfv Olave
Tn iwktmcnant 10 v!stt tf Ladv
Olave paden r Powell, widow of
the ftjwider w.tne scouiinginwv scouiinginwv-it
it scouiinginwv-it and nresent Chief of
wiOit AM rjiiirlisTTi and Scout
Ing, to Panama and the Canal
Zone, July to .14, will long
be remembered by til units of
Ttwtn tmiHne orffanizations:
tie charm, grace, humility
and amiability tnat was aispiay aispiay-d
d aispiay-d y the distinguished Lady at
al e functions held fa bar
honor during" her week's visit,
fully justified and examplied the
principles and- Weals, on .which
me jaovememr -was iounaea.
At the colorful all-Is t h m 1 a n
Scout rally held in her honor at
the Olympic Stadium in Panama
City on July 9, in which every
Scoutinf unit including Mucha Muchachas
chas Muchachas Guias of Panama, Interna International
tional International Girl Scouts of the Canal
Zone, Girl Scouts of the Canal
Zone, Boy Scouts of Panama,
Canal Zona Boy Scouts and In
ternational Boy Scouts of the
Canal Zone, participated, Lady
Olave was just another human
being among the cosmopol i t a n
group which make up our Isth
mian community, at is signifi
cant to note that the occasion.
waa the -fewt 'Jafwoich all Scout
ing groups on the Isthmus pre
sented a united front publicly)..
Lady Olave $hjoyed the show
that wasput oh? for her enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and responded with a
warm and friendly apeech of ap
preciation following the presenta
tion of Panama s Order of Vas-
c Nunez de Balboa by Pana-
maVTtfist Lady Mrf. Mercedes
tt1feGuardia: V ..
The grand Old Lady was also
quite outspoken in her praise
and criticism of certain aspects
of the local Scouting setup and
exhorted leaders of the move movement
ment movement hereabouts not to deviate
from the Scouting ideal; but to
obey its foundamental laws, and
to practice and perpetuate its
principles of universal people-to
people friendship, continuously.
One of the most gracious acts
performed by Lady Olave two
days after her arrival on the
Isthmus was her visit to Mrs.
Luntta McFarquhar, President of
the International Girl Scouts
of the Canal Zone, who a pa
tient at the Gorgas Hospital. The
Chief Guide on arrival at the
bedside of the ailing Scouter
greeted Tier "affectionately with
a ..friendly hug and expressed
kind wishes for her epeedy re recovery.
covery. recovery. It was a happy moment for
the recipient who was considera considerably
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lAfOiuUAL. ciiAttKHliONfS SUNDAY TO MARK
ANNIVERSARY OF MILITARY CHAPLAINS' CORPS
1 Informal get-togethers and an open house are among
Activities scheduled for Zone Army installations in obserr obserr-fcnee
fcnee obserr-fcnee of the 184th anniversary of the Chaplains Corps.
Military and civilian personnel and their families are
Invited to attend a joint reception Sunday morning at the
teligious center, Building 126, Fort Clayton at 11:30 Spon Sponsors
sors Sponsors are Chaplain Edward A. Kozlowskl, Chaplain John P.
Ettershank and Rabbi Nathan Witkin.
Those attendin, Catholic services at Fort Amador will
Urk the occasion with a get-together in the chapel annex
ft 9-15 a.m., while a similar gathering is scheduled for Pro-
fSl! house will be held Wednesday in
the chapel annex from 9 a.m. until noon.
Cistobal Emblem Club
T Mirk Anniversary
M Luncheon Tomorrow
A highlight of the year's social
calendar of the Cristobal Emblem
CM will be a luncheon tomorrow
at the Brazos Elks Home mark marking
ing marking the silver anniversary of the
club's affiliation with the Supreme
Emblem Club. Active and charter
numbers will attend the luncheon
The founder of the Cristobal
Imblem Club is Mrs. Pauline
Holmelin, who now resides in St.
t-sburg, Fla. Now serving .is
dent is Mrs. Bernice Gner,
the district deputy is Mrs.
(Charter members still residing
OB the Isthmus are Mrs. Clara
May Chambers, Mrs. Dorothy
May, Mrs. Sarah May, Mrs. Min Minnie
nie Minnie Rudge and Mrs. Grace Gra Gra-vtt.
vtt. Gra-vtt. Honorary life members are
M?s. Holmelin, Mrs. Ann Pen Pen-nock,
nock, Pen-nock, Mrs. Agatha Wikran, Mrs.
Seven Zone NCO's
To Attend Meeting
Seven NCO's from U.S. Army
Caribbean are scheduled to leave
early next week to attend the As Association
sociation Association of the United States Ar Army
my Army annual meetine at the Sheraton-Park
Hotel. Washington, D.
C Aug. 3-5.
M-Sgt. Russell N. Hammes. B
Battery, 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Artillery, Fort Davis, will be
tJSAHCAHlB's representative at
tie session. In addition, six othpr
member of the gun battalion have
Been framed administrative ao ao-effiSnte
effiSnte ao-effiSnte participate in the ses
d1ttTlf "their own 'expense.
They are 8gt Major Joe Milan.
-Sgt. Robert E. Aydelott and'
Sgt. William A. Arnold, all of
Headquarters and Headquarters
lattery. Fort Clayton; 1st Sgt.
sfjrtin Hernandez and M-Sgt.
Thomas Perot, A Battery, Fort
Davis and M-Sgt Eugene L. Sav Savage.
age. Savage. C. Battery, VFort Clayton.
the fifth annual, AUSA meeting
will feature in impressive list of
sneakers and present many exhi exhibits
bits exhibits of new weapons and equipment.
Etta ConkerW Mrs. Elizabeth
Heath, Mn. Anna Post and Mrs.
At the present time the organi-
zaaion s cnaneris nrapea in Hon Honor
or Honor of the lafeli Mrs, VFera Fagen-
berg, who was tne tuaesr active
member of the club and a devot devoted
ed devoted worker in its behalf.
Projects of the Cristobal Em Emblem
blem Emblem Club include charity dona donations
tions donations to the Palo Seco Lener Colo
ny, Puerto Pilon Old People's
Home, Salvation Army ana Heann
drives, and the club also sponsors
a boy and girl each year to Boys'
and Girls' State.
Dr. Strumpf To Addftss
The next quarterly Meeting of
the Cans! Zone Society of Profes Professional
sional Professional Engineers will be held on
Monday At JWTC
Volunteers from the 4th Gun
Battalion, 517th Artillery and the
Marine Barracks at Rodman will
be included in the class which
starts Monday at the Jungle War Warfare
fare Warfare Training Center, Fort Sher Sherman.
man. Sherman. They are to take the courses
with mpmhora nf T) fnmnanv 1st
Battle Group. 20th Infantry, going
inrougn tne scnooi as a regular
part of their training.
Thi li ih. fifth timo that npr.
sonnel from military units on the
istnmus nave been accepted for
tne ruggea jwiu orientation.
Twenty-two of the volunteers are
assigned to the gun battalion and
three are from Rodman.
Don't let your
lflfaAm 5 Orcliedi
host Johnny "B" invites all his
him ther over jJ
EVERT FRIDAT k SATtRDAT
from 8:15 to 8:45 pStt.
Li fnmftlf It Lu mum I laaia.
B.00 uJ 10 M
July 29, at the Fort Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Open Mess. It will be a
Guest speaker of the evening
will be Dr. I. J. Strum pf of Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital. The subject of his
address will be "A Poctor Looks
A social hour will begin at 6:30
p.m. and will be followed, at 7:30
by a steak dinner.
Members planning to attend the
meeting should telephone Jack
Paterson, 24444; Joe Ebdon, 48 48-315;
315; 48-315; Jim Cullen, J-1720; or Dick
(Cor' n.red on Page S.
Hit And Run Driver
As Wanted Killer
MARION Ohio fUPlV-A tipsy
motorist, picked up by deputy
sheriffs on a hit-skip driving
charge, was identified early tonay
as a Pennsylvania man who shot
and Villed his divorced wife's
father only 14 hours earlier.
The wanted man. George Fat Fat-rick
rick Fat-rick Geiger 27, surrendered with
out a struggle to Hardin county
officers late Wednesday at a road roadblock
block roadblock set up after the auto Geiger
mi Hrivine rammed the rear
another car on U.S. 30 near here,
Turned over to the highway pa patrol.
trol. patrol. Geiger was booked for failure
.inn after am rnirfont Hrunken
w a,u) nil,-, vs. v.."
driving, using an expired license
plate and suspicion of parole vio
Officers had Geiger's record of
terms in the Allegheny County,
Pa. workhouse for burglary and
in Oklahoma -prison for robbery.,
Later, Geiger was identified as
the man who. according to Penn
sylvania state police, fled after
shooting Joseph Peters, 56, to
death at Jeannette, Pa., early
Geiger was not known to be
wanted for murder until arresting
officers were told by United Press
International. A UPI reporter,
checking with Ohio sutH6rities,
said the age, address and automo automobile
bile automobile license of the -tipsy driver
matched those of the wanted man.
Geiger, of Shawtown. Pa. was
accused of going to the family
home of his divorced wife, Judy,
18, in Jeannette. shortlv after mid midnight.
night. midnight. According to, police reporfl,.
he first bound hjs' mother-in-law,'
Mrs. Josephine Peters, with' a
leneth of clothesline.
Then, police said, when Ms for former
mer former wife entered with Christine
Crouse, 17. and Dennis Peters, 18,
he forced them to lie down while
he tied them up.
The victims said Geiger taunted
them with threats r to skilJ hi
father-ta-lsM Abouf 4:1& t.m.,j
Miss Crouse told Police, eiger
went to the second floor of the
home. Then she said she heard
TShe was born
15 Term in
16 Sell In small
17 Eat in gulps
18 Writing fluid
21 551 (Roman)
8 Sainte (ab.)
6 Eagle's nest
7 Showy flower
10 Stage plays
19 Numbers (ab.)
23 Goddess of the
31 Last month
32 Malt drink
36 Weep i'L
39 Hebrew tribe
41 Body of water
43 Royal Air
53 Cubic meters
55 Verb forms
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SPECIAL COURSE AT UNIVERSITY
A new intensive Spanish Course for English,
speaking people at University of Panama has been
scheduled from July 23 to September 9. This gives
an opportunity to all students already calling for en.
rolment. Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Beginners: 5:30; Intermediate: 6:30; Advane.
ed: 7:30 p.tp. Credits will be given for this course.
Registration at Secretary's Office (top building of
45th St. and Via Espafia Tel. 3-1285
Central Ave. Tel. 2-2051
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Answer to Previous Puzzle
28 Fish sauce
35 New Guinea
40 Of the nose
46 Brought up
48 Art (Latin)
49 Golf mound
52 King of Judah
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JEvery to niten i run ; across a
hand that can serve as a prob
lem. Here is one played at the
Cavendish Club in ; New York by
National Womens' Team cham champion
pion champion Bea Gale.
The game was rubber bridge
and East and West were very
good players. The problem is for
you to figure eut how Mrs. Gale
sitting South made five spades
doubled. You can look at all four
hands, the opening lead and the
Pore U hmv Bp a Aid it. War!
led the jace sof hearts: at trick two
and Bea, dropped betaking. This
play clearly risked a two trick
set in case ast neid the jack ot
hearts and West continued the
suit but it actually gave Bea her
West thought i a while and fi finally
nally finally decided that Bea's king of
l hearts had to be a singleton. West
just was not going to give dum dummy
my dummy four heart tricks by leading
away from his jack of hearts. He
led another club. Bea diseared
the losing diamond from dummy,
ruffed in her own hand, drew
trumps, finessed against W e s t 's
jack, of hearts and made her con
Q The bidding has been:
North Eat South West
2 4 Pass 3 4 pass
4 4 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
4Q8S VA1076 4Q53 4842
What do you do?
A Paw. Your partner his
opened with a two bid but is not
trying for a slam and yon should
Instead of bidding four spades i
your partner has rebid to four
diamonds. What do you do now?
. Anawer Tomorrow
Mount Puron Society
A meeting of the Mount Puron
Friendly Society will be held Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening at 7:30 at Court
Wallace Lodge Hall.
All members of the society are
urged to attend. Nomination and
election of officers will be con conducted,
ducted, conducted, and important business
will be transacted.
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T,.n niviu'i nawest interest It
Camilo Carrau, the young actor-
singer from tne uomuucsu n
,iKlin ha nflrtnpr.-nn a'
ciaaI itMoa nrnffTn m She a been
helping him with his lines etce
tera above ana oeyona ine u
of duty. .Brigitte Bardot has
been hit with a lawsuit that will
bring her to court in lafl August
unless sne interrupts ner noney-
mnnn inns onnntrh in naV bill
for the rental of a- motorboat the
and ex-fiance Sacha Dittel used
when thev were tounna Venice.
The bill collectors first 'pursued
Sar-ha hut- ha naTRitaded them
that Brigitte was responsible for
Many of the large Miami
Beach hotels are redesigning
their stages for the presentation
nf lsitimt nlavi next season
a bis new trend, and another se
rious mow to me penormers
who make their living as "ctfe
aia" (lonrsa nha1 tftnlr it Alt
the chin from the London critics,
who didn't like his TV shows. .
Dna nf fho hnttait nf 'all tha
the young singers, has ransomed
minseii irom nis erstwmie man managers
agers managers for the Imnressive sum of
Gary Cooper, vacationing in
Paris, is displaying considerable
modesty in his interviews with
the French press. He told the re
porters he doesn't want to retire.
but has no ambitidns to produce
films because that's a nerve-
wraokme game, and he avers.
"Anybody could be the new Ga Gary
ry Gary Cooper, but 1 hope he'll be a
better actor than me", . Barry
Beiafonte is negotiating to bring
his one-man show, "Tonight with
Beiafonte." to New York't fa famous
mous famous Palace stage.
Bob weitman is apt to wind
up in 'iStae of the important jobs
now vacant at CBS. .Alan Dale
expects to be the .tinging voice
behind Tonv .' Curtis when the
Russ Columbo story Is presented
on television in the Fall. . Rob
ert Q. Lewis lives the truly chic
life. While the peasan's watch
old flickers on their video
screens. Bib shows such current
clicks as "Anatomy of a Mur Murder"
der" Murder" to a handful of chums, at
his summer ''hom$ r on, Long,, Is
land. ... .
William Inge's new play.. "Loss
of Roses," was written with Ma-,
rilyn Monroe in mind, but she's
not available and the, playwright
is holding out for. his. current
steady date, Barbara B a x 1 e y.
He s encounjerinjj.ooposltipn from,
some of the'hi;s?volvei, w'A
like to interest. Shelley Winters
in the script. .Victor Mature, in
town to ballyhoo "The Big Cir Circus,"
cus," Circus," has been trotting around
the Central Park reservoir in
chino pants and sweatshirt al
most every 8:30 a.m.
England's two networks. BBC
and ITV, hassled over who. 'was
going to be racky' enough to get
Eddie Fisher to star on two TV
shows and BBC "won," under
the impression that Liz Taylor
would appear with him. Lix
would have no part of the deal,
but Eddie will still walk away
with a giant fee by British stan standards.
dards. standards. .Previewers who've seen
"Blue Angel" come away gab
bing about the scene in which
Curt Jurgens puts a pair ef opera-length
stockings on the lis lissome
some lissome legs of gilt-haired May
The heir to a washing machine
comeanv fortune hat hired a pri
vate eye to follow hia wife after
a particularly wild explosion.
They're all apt to wind up on the
front pages: the sleuth is a color
ful figure who was indicted in a
famous case a few years ago. .
Patrick Basniord, tne rejected
suitor of Sandra Paul (who mar married
ried married Robin Douglas-Home) made
a remarkably quick recovery.
He's betrothed to Baroness Nina
Van Schlebrugge, an 18-year-old
Isn't this a New York "first?"
At 6th Ave, .end 47th St., where
construction bia begun on a huge
diamond building, half the block
has been .darkened vby an over overhead
head overhead platfori which protecta"
Dassersby frofo falling objects.
To make the walk- mere pleasant.
the construction; firm has install install-ed
ed install-ed loudspeakertjwhieh beam clas classical
sical classical music in;Tiigh-fi fash'on at
the slightly inconvenienced pedes-
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Florida night'' life thould be
spirited next Winter. Sepy-. Do Do-bronyi,
bronyi, Do-bronyi, once the adored of 'Anita
Ekberg, .has acquired the Miami
franchite .-for the.; Black Sheep
Club, a network f private key
duba for chapt., -. .Another kind
of pancake novr meant a -Iot'vrol
syrup to .thr tupermkrkett: i)ue
tales in the big help yourself
stores totaled tome 150,000,000
since last July,- ;
! Adolph Green's trip to Paria
involved background for the mu musical
sical musical eomedy he and Betty Com
den will do next year.
The Chateau Madrid had a h
tive night with champagne flow,
ing In all directions when Carlot
Prio, ex-President of Cuba, and
member 3t junior? Jaekton, .tha
lovely showriri ;wh nt4 l mi,
atrthe Riviera? She hat a kid
ajsKsCjlutt atJtorgeous, about to
enter- show Mnnrlth tha
mwakw. of Juioi Jtckida. Jr.
The car yw; orive, the dwrea
you attend, where y6u went to
school, your choice of word, the
paintings on your wall, the poli political
tical political party you favor all loom
increasingly. at symbols of your
place in society, i.e., Status, and
label and fix you on a, certain
rung of the social ladder, if one
goes by the findings of Vance
Packard as set forth in hit latest
book, "The Status Seekers", which
was placed in circulation :his
week by the Canal Zone Library.
Intensive, .investigation and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds ot interview Mand, on-the-spot
checks in key treat through throughout
out throughout the country provide the back background
ground background for .this analysis of the
status and class structure ef
North American eociety.
The complete list of. new books
in the Canal Zone library is at
NON-F I C T I d N. Over the
Bridge, Church; How to Get Rich
Buying Stocks, Cebleigh; Tall
Girl's Handbook, Davenport: Thie
is Communist Hungary, Deianey;
African Economic Development.
Hance; Horizon; The Story of
the Christian Church, Hudson; Po Political
litical Political Change in Latin America,
Johnson; Hammond's Pictorial Li Library
brary Library of Petti Plantt and Ani Animals,
mals, Animals, Jordan; The Status Seekers,
Packard; Ounce, Dice, Trice, Rei
Claude Monet, Rouart; The Com Complete
plete Complete Book of Submarines, Rusi :
I Knew a Phoenix, Sarton; and
The Years with Ross, Thurber.
FICTION. Moment of Im Impact,
pact, Impact, Baily; Epitaph for an Ene Enemy,
my, Enemy, Barr; See No Evil, McDer McDer-mid;
mid; McDer-mid; Dora the Cypriot,' Paul;
The Lion and the Rose, Rees;
and Murder in New Guinea, Van Van-dercook
dercook Van-dercook ADDED TO THI PANAMA COL
LECTION. Annual Report of
Insurance Business Transacted in
the Canal Zone, 1958, Canal Zoa
Government; Annual Reports of
the Panama Canal Company and
the Canal Zone Government 1958,
Panama Canal Company; and
Aves Venezolanas, Pnelpt.
RIPLACIMINTS AND N1W
EDITIONS. -Crime and Punish Punishment,
ment, Punishment, Dostoeviky; Diary of a
Young Girl, Frank; The Rite of
Silas Lapham, Ho wells; and gmn gmn-rine
rine gmn-rine Game Fishes of the World,
La Monte. r
CHURCHILL TO CRUISI
NICE (UPI) Sir Win t ton
Churchill wtt expected to arrive
here from London today to Em Embark
bark Embark on a Mediterranean yacht
cruise as the guest of Greek ship shipping
ping shipping magnate Aristotle Onatsit.
American opera linger Maria Cat Cat-lat
lat Cat-lat alto wtt going on the erutje.
or coll $yi 3
Ito't.r? former i jscblef v exeeutiva,
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12-year-old wa of the late Olym
pie swimmer Walter Spence wai
credited today "with living po police
lice police th information, they needed
to capture two gunmen who stole
$6,072 from a' savings and loan
Young Harold Spence, of Levit Levit-town,
town, Levit-town, N.Y. -j vacationing here with
hiu aunt, was sitting in an auto automobile
mobile automobile Barked outride the Greater
Louivilie rFust Federal Savings
ana Loan Assn. "yesterday when
he taw a man dash out with a
paper sack in his hand.
"K89-389" he shouted to, his
aunt, Mn. Charles Bourne.
That's the number of the car
inai man got in.
The boy and hif aunt rushed in
to the loan association building
and gave the license number and
a desc-iptioc-of the car to Mrs.
Bertha -, Young,; a cashier, who
Police sigated the getaway car
at a roadblock five minutes later.
The men abandoned the car, and
after a short foot chase, officers
arrested, Alton' Pendry and Jo Joseph
seph Joseph E MetcaH, both 42 and of
i KNOT THEM'-The' safe -way
to dispose of plastic garment
(bags, Plastics Industry, Inc.,
I advises, ia to tie them in knots
land throw them in covered gar garbage
bage garbage cans. The industry is start starting
ing starting a campaign, p make sure
; the bags are handled safely.
Says He'll Continue
To Ease Contacts
01 Plane In Desert
WHEELUS' AIRBASE, Libya
(UFI)-V.S. Army and Air, Force
search teams reported. ;f ailu re
in rtmif intensive ef-
forts to solve tht mystery the
vanished crew of world War n
Americsn bomber that crashed in
the Libyan desert 18 years ago.
m,. T.thcratnr "homber was
n.mH in the desert earlier this
year with all its equipment m m-uct
uct m-uct Rn there was no trace -of
any of the, crew "members.
It wis believed the crewmen
had left the plane following the
crash and attempted to walk
the burnins desert sands
to the nearest oasis,- more than
150 msvr away.
Army and Air Force search
teams -led -by iMaj Gen. ILp.
Spicer, Ttf Colorado Springs, Colo.,
heave been searching the sandy
wastes for more than a montn
th. rpmain of the crewmen.
Th. AiinH trail of markers
formed by parachutes and other
gear, inaicaiuiK "e V.-',
men had made for the Mediter
But the trail petered out, 4nd
n Tni 17 the search was shifted
farther north. Apother parachute
marker was louna, oui men
trail faded out again.
A spSkcjman said the search searchers
ers searchers would continue working the
area un'il further", notice.
MOSCOW Soviet Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita Khrushchev, accusing ih e
United States of interferring in
Russia's 'internal affairs by organ organizing
izing organizing a captive nations week:.
"Such crude actions cannot be
characterized as anything short of
direct interference id our Internal
affairs. Even in the U. S. itself
the sound-minded are calling this
campaign one of the greatest
ewindles the American foreign
policy makers ever perpetrated.
NEW YORK United Steelwork Steelwork-ers
ers Steelwork-ers President, David Jv McDonald,
.h.. tin that th cost-of-living m-
,r. last monlh had .wrecked
the steel industry'satand on infla
"Th sigbt of the cost-of-living
inff and steel profits soaring
Anilodes beyond re
Hair the steel industry' phony
argument that wag t increases
wTcwTi!rriTnN AFL-CIO Presi-
nt Georee Meany, criticizing
the labor reform bill:
1 i A MMnntlAal A V
"As a mauer m hj ":" u
pediency, we have been told that
if we doh't accept this package,
worse damage will be done to the
labor movement. We cannot agree
to the doctrine that principle
should be sacrificed for expedi
w i cHTMGTON sSen Homer nl.
Capehart R-Ind.), charging that
President Elsenhower's v ftp
message on the- big housing bill
i deslcnea ,.! ...jnlsleadi t h
i fln nnnl: .-. iaiS:
rtthri wrote this (messageT
for the President of the 'United I
States and are putting 'him. in a M
Canadian Birl i
Death Rates Up'
OTTAWA (UPI) Canada's birth
and death rites' Increased during
the; first six mouths 4 'of 1958 but
th mr-ia?c raif Ml off. the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Statistics reported today.
igurts toi ,tht first i months
of the veai revealed that birth
registrations wross the 5 nation
were un 4, per cent from i year
ago, and deaths were runhing,e,8
per cent- aneaa visa levets.
However, marriages wert "down
3.2 percent. ; : "' v"t
Republican Leader Everett M.
Dirksen said today he intends
to continue contacting federal
agencies in behalf of his Illinois
constituents unless Congress out outlaws
laws outlaws the practice.
"And when they put that on the
statute .books, I've outlived my
usefulness period," JDirksen said.
He made the statement in a Sen Senate
ate Senate speech defending the honety
and "decency" of federal offi officials.
cials. officials. Difksen'S stand was applauded
by Senate Democratic Whip Mike
Mansfield (D-Mont.), Chairman
Warren Magnuson (D-Wash.) of
the Senate Commerce Committee
ana aen. Herman Talmadge (D
Dirksen said that when consti
tuents come to him for help on
matters before a federal aeeni'V
he will not say. "I'm eoine to
plead the Fifth Amendment and
He said the issue wax raised
Dy a pending bill to make it ille
gal for anyone to "eommuniit.-
with a member of a reeuijtnrv
agency with the aim of influenc
ing a case once. the. case had been
put down for a Rearing. ,lT
Dirksen said fte issue also was
poiniea up by a recent court of
claims decision that Adolf Wenrell
was not guilty of any conflict of
interest in the Dixon-Yates power
ine senator said the pending
anii-innuence Dill "means that if
any person cans up an agency of-
c jcar ana .oe lined ?10,000."
Health Cha rities
JiV YOKK (UPI) The
4..J... . """"--c
iuay a anve to trv tn.eiim.
male puDiic confusion caused by
an increasinv number of health
iuna raisins drives.
ine association said its board
of directors nH mnrnvd ...
olution authorizing an attempt to
organize an impartial committee
of phyrcians, scientists and com community
munity community leaders to study the prob problems
lems problems arising from the increasing
number of appeals by healt h
agencies and from various united
and community fund drives.,
Dr. Francis L. Chamberlain,
Bsaitiauou 'president said the
committee would study the prob
lem of muluple health appeals.
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Six of the country's most important pieces of
missile "hardware' are lined up for display at
Lowry AFB, Colo. Sketch at right identifies them:
(1) jet-powered Matador; (2) Mace, successor to
Matador; (3) jet-powered Snark, America's nly
' operational 5,000-mile-range guided missile; (4)
X-17 research rocket; (5) Bomarc, antiaircraft mis missile;
sile; missile; and. 6) Thor-Abl, spacie research (Version
of the Thor intrrmtdintfl rnngn finHistic missile.
r56 BHS Graduate
Wins Second Place
In Talent Contest
FORT HOOD, Tex. Robert C.
Connor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Connor; ofiGainboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone,, was' the "featured mem member
ber member of a two-man comedy team
to win second place in the annual
ROTC Summer Camp Talent con
test at Fort Hood this week.
A junior student at the Univer University
sity University of Oklahoma in Norman, Con Connor
nor Connor gave several impersonations
with the assistance of a fellow
cadet; He is majoring in educa educational
tional educational social studies.
First, second and third place
winners of the contest will appear
July 25 on "Fort Hood in Re Review,"
view," Review," a television program pro produced
duced produced by the Fort Hood Inform Information
ation Information Office for KCEN-TV in
Temple, Texas. This will be Con Connor's
nor's Connor's first television appearances.
A 1956 graduate of Balboa High
School, Connor was on the Ail Ail-American
American Ail-American swimming team in 1957.
At the University, he is a mem member
ber member of the "0" Club and was
a runner-up in the Big Eight
Championships in the 220. 440 and
1,500-meter dish in 1958 and 1959.
Sunday School Head
Runs Away With
SCOTTSBOBO, Ala. (UPI) -'
Authorities disclosed Thursday that
a 35-year-old junior high scnool
principal who is a 'Sunday school
, superintendent and a "pillar in
the community" nas run away
with a pretty 15-year-old blonde.
The man being sought is Roy
Nichols, married and the father
of a seven-year old son.
, 5 ' c,
Nichols and the shapely five-foot
six inch teen-ager, Patricia Black,
left notes in her father's mail box
on a rural route at Dutton, Ala.,
14 miles from here last week.
They have not been seen of heard
The disappearance wai disclosed
I by solicitor Robert Campbell who
I said he may ask the FBI is as assist
sist assist in tracing the couple.
Campbell said the girl wrote her
I father that she and Nichols would
be back in "four or five years"
and that she was "very much in
love" with Nichols, principal of the
junior high school where she was
Campbell said Nichols' note was
directed mostly to school officials
and extended his resignation as
principal, a job he held for two
years. He was also Sunday school
, superintendent at the Dutton
Methodist Church and considered
a "pillar of the community,"
The girl's father. Claude BUrk.
is a school bus driver ana the
two families were considered ood
Campbell said Nlrhnli
charged in a warrant sworn out
by Black with decoying away a
child and his case probably would
go before the next grand jury.
The : teen-ager's note said she
and Nichols had planned to run
; igr ome ume.
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen
ate e nded a two-voar imnaaa
todav and VnnfirmaH otnr Tm.
Stewart's promotion from colonel
10 ongaoier general in the Air
The action was assured last
week after Stewart's chief critic,
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (R,
Me.), joined in unanimous ap:
proval of his nomination by the
Senate Armed Services Committee.
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only after the Defensn Depart
ment sitd tnat Stewart would he
assigned to a puhlft relations johl
in event ot emergency instead of
tn the Strategic Air Command's
15h Air Force as chief of staff,
as originally planned.
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flannel at Fart Gulick
t Two' special events are on the
"agenda for ths Fort Gulick mili miliary
ary miliary community during the com coming
ing coming week, l "Carnival Extraordi Extraordinaire'
naire' Extraordinaire' nd a jaw festival.
IThe carnival, sponsored by the
Xalisted Men's Advisory Counci-,
till be held Saturday, fronrl to
il p.m. st the service club. All
types of games with prises for ths
pinners, entertainment, contests
tnd dancing will be in progress,
The Fort liuncK service wud
iezz festival, also sponsored by
(tie council, will take place July
30 and 30 from 7:30 to 10 p.m. IP
jte club. Musicians from Colon
and military personnel will be a a-ong
ong a-ong the entertainers.
. Alreadv signed up to particip participate
ate participate are Ivan Thorpe's bind, The
separable. Ivan Lashley's com com-Wo.
Wo. com-Wo. Bat Gordon and his group,
Teddy Spence's combo and The
Ifaturals from Fort Clayton. Mill
torv personnel and their guests, as
eil as guests of the entertainer,
We invited to sit In on both ses sessions.
sions. sessions. Fleet Reserve Auxiliary
T Sponsor Rummaat Sale
' The Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet
Reserve Association. Branch 77, of
Rodman will sponsor a rummage
sele tomorrow from 9 a.m. to
Boon at the St. Alban's Parish
Hall in Paraiso. The hall is 1W 1W-i
i 1W-i on Hamilton Street across from
the Psralso gymnasium.
Killed By Policeman
On Hew York Street
r NEW YORK (UPI)-An off-duty
tooliceman shot and killed a teen teen-aged
aged teen-aged boy Wednesday night shortly
fter the youth had wounded five
children and one man with a
M.ct from a sa wed-off shOtKUD.
"Patrolman Walter W, Downs
was forced to shoot when the
boy, 16-year-old Carloi Rosario,
leveled the shotgun at him, po police
lice police said.
' A 23-year-old man and five
boys, aged 7 to li, wart wjurea,
but none seriously.
Detectives said Rosario appar apparently
ently apparently was after the man, Tommy
Lee Allen, with whom he had had
mm nronm nt the nleht before. A
witness reported that Rosario
chased Allen about a diock oe oe-fore
fore oe-fore catching up with him at an
fntoraartinn in Tho Bmnx and
firing, spraying the children ss
Mil Allan wlth-nelletf.
I Police said Downs rushed into
the street from his first-floor
'apartment after hearing the re report
port report and children's screams half
Itiart tft md
trip, Mi fun
f partin .
Alt-reek Teen Club
H Skatlna. Party
A skating party at the Balboa
Rollerdroroe highlighted this
week's activities of the Albrook
The group included Nick Voigt.j
Phi) Culberson,-Shirley Rouse,
Cookie Asbury, Carol Drum, Mar Marty
ty Marty Alexander, Wslly Moreno, Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Hsll, Buddy Hamilton, Tavia
6ewill, Bob Coffman, Gene Brew Brewer,
er, Brewer, Jimmy Brewer, David Nord Nord-quist,
quist, Nord-quist, Carl Englert, Butch Mac
Connell, Bonnie Mooty, Beth My Myers,
ers, Myers, Debbie Powers, Deede
Holmes, Terry Enjtor, Jan Gerard,
Albert and Tommy Martin, Gail
Gibson, Chuck Mire, Fred Caiton,
David Brasweii. Georee Renne-
berg, Karen Anthon, John San San-hnm
hnm San-hnm Kithv Charoillaz. T e d d i e
Hobbie, Sidney Ringstead, Sharon
Smith, Bob Coffey, Jim Cole, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Wolf, Jim McMahon, Fred
Allgood, Ruben Castro, John Van
nimmi. Ford Moielv. Kittie Mac
Connell, Young Cage, Lucky Co-
sans and Margaret Ann Mimna.
M-Sgt. and Mrs. L. T. Myers
and M-Sgt. and Mrs. L. Coffman
served as chaperones.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Peck
Jr. of Needham Heights, Mass..
announce the birth of their son,
Theodore Abbott Peck III, on Ju July
ly July 20.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeV. Sill of
Card Party Tonlqht
At Scottish Rita Temple
Ralhoa Assembly One. Order of
Rainbow for Girls, will sponsor s
card party this evening at 7:30 at
the Scottish Rita Temple in Bal
Table prizes and a door prize
will be awarded, and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served. Tickets
may be purchased at the door.
At Cristobal Y'
Next Wednesday's Kitchen Par
ty at the Cristobal YMCA-USO will
be a spaghetti supper, prepared
and served by members of the
volunteer hostess group.
Informsl dancing and games
will follow the supper.
Java Hour Sunday
At Cristobal YMCA
Servicemen on the Atlantic Side
are reminded of the Java Hour
each Sunday morning at the ens
tobal "Y". Coffee and doughnuts
will be served by junior hostesses
from 8:30 a.m.
Also scheduled for Sunday is
the Hospitality Hour at 7 p.m.
Sandwiches and light .refreshment
win be served, me occasion win
enable. newcomerj to become ac
quainted with the activities at the
YMCA, the staff members and
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A REAL summer treat was this station wagon plenle beside the
historic Massachusetts grist mill to '014 fturbrjdge YUlajra,
w. fii4 nut 1059 streamlined
station wagon with six uger
youngsters and drove up to Old
Sturbrldge Village in MassaChu-.
setts lor me annual jwuner u
A metal picnic basket, packed
witn nunnp A nft rfrinki on too of
a plastic bag filled with ice, rode
along with us and the boys and
girls hao weir tavprne pop
route no stopping-at roadside
gtands. Flavors? orange, ging ging-erale,
erale, ging-erale, root beer, lemon-lime, black
raspberry and many others in he
12-ounce cans, Dig enougn io sa satisfy
tisfy satisfy all youthful thirsts. We chow
aoft drinks to prevent breakage
and need to return bottlei, and
because the cans cool quickly and
stay cool, ..
Whilp thp Mattatuck Fife and
Drum Band, founded in 1765 may-
eu nevoiuuonary iunra m
"Zipp Coon," "Old Dan Tucker"
and "The Road to Boston," and
the Lexington Minute Men, Tlw
Putnam Phalanx, ano tne Kcnusn
HnorHs in nnlnrfnl rffimntall nil-
raded about the Village a llvung
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patriots munched warm Mustw
Day Molasses Gingerbreab (re (recipe
cipe (recipe 150 years old) and drank
their favorite soft drinks.
Next day we lunched near the
old grist mill's huge water wheel
and ate graham bars baked in
Grant's General Store on the Vil Village
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WARSAW Nikita Khrushchev,
saying he decided against visiting
Sweden because of adverse criti criticism
cism criticism from Swedish newspapers:
"If they spit in my face, a
guest, why ihould I go."
OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE,
Neb, Defense Secretary Null
H. McElroy, expressing belief
that the Atlas intercontinental
ballistic missile will become op operational
erational operational in a short while:
"It should not take a very long
time if earlier weaknesses are
WASHINGTON Former Army
Sergeant Joseph C. Bagwell,
charging mat ne did more serv
ant duty for a general's wif than
for the general while assigned as
(IT I. T iM i. J
i ilium i cumnuuiea veiy lit
tle to the military effort."
TAOS. N.M. lAuiilana C.nv
Earl K. Long, to a doctor wnoss
wife recently died:
"Well, I lost mine a couple Of
weeks ago and I hope she doesn't
Rcpcrl Ohd 01 Mosl
NEW YORK tUPI) Three
major automobile producers re reported
ported reported today one r of their moit
prosperous penoos u nistory,
Chrysler Corp.. the nation's third
largest auto maker, American
Motors Corp. and Studebaker Studebaker-Packard
Packard Studebaker-Packard Corp. announced multimillion-dollar
Further evidence of booming
production in the auto business
was announced Wednesday when
the Ford Motor Co., the industry's
second ranking producer, reported
record earnings during the first
half of 195f.
Chrysler reported its six
months earnings ending Junr SO
totaled $58,000,000 or $6.65 a share.
This compared with a net lee i of
$25,200,000 a year ago. v
American Motors announced Its
earnings almost quadrupled to
$49,59,062 or $8.36 a share' in the
nine won ths ended June 80. Stude-baker-Packard
reported a iharp
gain to $12,073,281 or $1.87 a share,
against a net loss of $13,314,164 a
Ford reported earnings Wednes Wednes-day
day Wednes-day of $285,900,000 ai production
bounced back to near record
levels from recession-ridden 1958.
Earnings were equal to $5.22 a
General Motors Corp.. the in
dustry's top producer has yet to
report but Is expected to show re record
cord record or near-record operations wh
it .releases its first half results
The small cars of American
Motori and Studebaker-Packard
played a big part in the perfor performance
mance performance of these companies during
the first hslf, and the experts
look for small cars to play an
even bigger role when the: big
three auto makers introduce their
models later this year, These in include
clude include GM's Corvair, Ford's Fal Falcon
con Falcon and Chryler's Valiant.
To Chock Vealher
In Colorado Town
DENVER (UPD-Gov. Earl K.
Long of Louisiana planned a drive
to the mountain town Of Fraser,
Colo, today to see why "it gets
so damn cold up there, but said
he would return in time for
another afternoon at Centennial
Long won about $100 on four
He called off a visit to the
Tropics nightclub to see stripper
Tempest Storm early today. All
arrangements had been made but
;tne governor got tiqd UP n tele;
The governor, feeling better
than he has for six weejts, iDldl
newsmen he was Intrigued by
Fraser's weather, The town, about
60 miles west of Denver, consis
tently records the nation's lowest
Long would cross 11,314-foot
"Berthoud Pass to let to Fraser,
He blamed the 7,000-foot altitude
at Santa Fe, N. J. for a mi'
heart disturbance earlier this
pMig said he wanted to go
to Kunsas City, Mo., from hpre
to discuss the 1960 presidential
election w'th former President
Harry S. Truman.
"I'm foolish enough to think
IH be re-elected and have some something
thing something o do with the Louisiana
dele'on f the national conven convention,"
tion," convention," he said.
Chaplain s Corps
184th Anniversary Wednesday
bn July 29. 1775. the Chamolaln'
Corp first was officially recognis recognised
ed recognised as part of the Army organisa organisation
tion organisation by the Second Continental
Congress. The ecognitlon was im
pliedu by passage of a W. bUlja Chief of Army Chaplains, whose
which set earnings of the indi-duties were tn inr hui.- "inv..;.
vmuai cnampiaw at ezo per
Over the years.' on the battle
field as well as in garrison, mem
bers of the Army Champlaincy
have ministered to the sprltual
seeds of their fellow soldiers, "In
so doing," commented Army
Chief of Staff Gen, Jyman L. Lem Lem-nitzer.
nitzer. Lem-nitzer. "they have made vital
contribution to the effectiveness of
the Army both in peace and war."
Recent growth of the corps is
exemplified by changes which
have taken place in U.S. Ary Ca Ca-ribben.
ribben. Ca-ribben. Chaplain (col. Silas E.
Decker, command champlsln, re recalls
calls recalls that during hit firstour of
duty on the Isthmus in 1939, most
posts had no chapels. "Worship
was, conducted on Sundays in
gymnasiums, theaters and Ubar Ubar-fes,"
fes," Ubar-fes," he said."! held lerviceiln
the field five days a week for a
parish of 7,000 met)."
At that time there were only
125 chsmplsins W Protestan and
35 Catholic in the entire Army
With the onset of World War TI
and the Army's increase to Over
10 million men more chaplains
were needed. Upon-conclusion of
the war the corps suffered a cut
back but with the outbreak of hos
tillties in Korea in 1950. the corps
again increased in proportion to
the two million men under arms.
Bui Hospital Porler
MEMPHIS (UPI) Harold Lee
Aldridge, 18, fooled his wife of
six months, doctors, nurses and
patients while he posed as a hos hospital
pital hospital Intern.
But he couldn't fool an eagle eagle-eyed
eyed eagle-eyed Negro porter, Willie Chand Chandler.
ler. Chandler. Chandler thought it pecu pecu-ller
ller pecu-ller that Aldridge "wore his ear earphones
phones earphones while not using them.
Chandler called police.
Police arrested Aldridge
yesterday, his 18th birthday,
and charged him with larceny
for allegedly stealing "sev e r a 1
thousand dollars worth" of me medical
dical medical equipment and drugs dur during
ing during a fjvemonth "internship" at
three Memphis hospitals.
Aldridge wasn't an, .intern at all.
He never g pasyhe Hth, grade,
Included m the stolen objects
Hro narcotlffs. a taoe recorder.
medical textbooks and the stetho-
scoDes he never noticed real doc
tors hung loosley tound their
Aldridge said be never used any
of the equipment, but got it out
sometimes to look at it. "It im impressed
pressed impressed my. wife," he said. She
Aldridge had to quit school be before
fore before he finished the 11th grade,
because he had asthma, he said.
The youth said he hasn't worked
since he moved from Baton
Rouge, La. He said he and his
wife are living "comfortably" on
an inheritance from a grand grandfather.
father. grandfather. While Aldridge was posing as
n intern, ne often tawea witn
4atients about their ailments, but
never iuoq to unt incm, ii
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It was during thii year that
the. National Defense .. Act n
passed to improve the organlia-
wonai emciency or mo corps. It
provided, for the appointmeiit of
gauon i into the qualifications ,of
candidates ; lor appointment as
chaplains, and- general coordina coordination
tion coordination and supervision of the work
of chaplains. -. .-v. w ;
Working with. Champlain Deck Deck-er
er Deck-er is Chaplain Lt. Col. 'Gregory
B. Kennedy, deputy chief of cha cha-Pln;
Pln; cha-Pln; USARCABIB. Chaplain
(MaJ. ) Edward A. f Xozlowskl si
post chaplain at Fort Clayton with
Chaplain (1st Li) John P. Et-
tershank. Jr. as assistant post cha chaplain.
plain. chaplain. Assisting Chaplain MaJ.)
Caroll G. Chapbe at Fort Gulick
as post chaplain Is Chaplain
Capt.) John R. Dies Jr. Fort Kob.
Mfi Post chaplain if Chaplain
(Capt.) Lous J. Kanf. assisted
y Chaplain a$t,kU.) wifllatn U
CFN will present a tekvlse
salute to the w Chaplains' Corps
on Wednesday at 5; 45 pjn.
DE JANEIRO (UPI)
here were alerted tnria
to track down the thief who stole,
precinct capt Delegado E. Oliv-
eira s fslse teeth from a clans
2? W dk whfl he was taking
OY ITAIS FATHIR
NEW YORK (UPI)-A iMsr iMsr-ld
ld iMsr-ld .Joy stabbed his father to
death last night when he fmnvj
him chocking the boy'i mother.
Police said Raymond Wterzbicid
was playing in the street with Ms
younger sister and brother when
he heard screams from their a
Prtmnt and ran inside. Findttic
his father and mother etrugglin"
It In the back of 34-year-old fath-
Aged Missourian Tells Of Torture,
Murder Of Friends lit Country Cabin
DESOTO, Mo. (UPI) A man
who said he is 91 years old told
a story today of three strangers
who tortured and killed two aged
inenas, ana was willing to take a
ne detector, 41st. I
Jefferson Coun t y Prosecutor
William Milfelt arranged the tea'
on grounds there were "too many
discrepancies" in the story of
An autopsy wss scheduled to
day into the deaths of Julius
Friedmeyeu, 13, arid' Charles yen
Damme. 14. Whose 'bodies were
found in the charred ruins of
their long house yesterday.
Milde.lt ssid a mess kit knife
was' found oi the rums ana ts
thought tn.be the murder weapon.
The knife had been honed mor
sharp on the edges, but had a
blunt end. ;--.
The weapon fitted the descr p p-tlon
tlon p-tlon of the type needed .to make
the wound in Odum's stomach,
Milfelt laid. Odura, who- said he
ur ei had the flanlne wonnd
stitched up, but refused to enter
Vcgo riDSw PI:n
NEW YOXX (UPIV-A epokea epokea-man
man epokea-man tor Reynolds Metala Co. sad
today that, management still was
considering a union proposal for
a 15-eent hourly package increase.
The proposal by tha United
Steelworkers union waa rtiictrA
Wednesday by the two other big'
aluminum producers,' Aluminum
Co. of America and the Kaiutr
Aluminum and Chemical Corp,'
. unwa una neynoias negotlatore
met stsin-yesterday, but mt.
ing scheduled with Kaiser wti
cancelled. The union it scheduled
to meet with Alcoa later today.
The union meeting with Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds was recessed until late to today
day today after i brief session. A com company
pany company spokesman naid no decision
had been reached on the union
propoigi for a. wage Increase.
The unlon'i three-year contract
with the comnsnies xnira m
July $1. The negotiations affect
more than 30,000 employes earn earning
ing earning from $2.76 to $2.9i an hour.
Alcoa has proposed that the
current contract be extended for
opt year 'With no change in ba basic
sic basic wages, The company also has
demanded elimination of the pres present
ent present eoit-of-liyini escalator.
The Union nmnnaJ.
that the 15-cent hourly increase
ipply to each year of a one, two
or three-year contract.
A spokesman for Ravnoid. .m
yesterday negotiations concerned
plant conditions and non-
"We still have the union'i wage
orooosal undr inniii.i.in. C.
a union spokesman said that
Kaiser was willing to meet the
union late today, but would "meet
only on our conditions. We are net
going into a meeting just to lis.
The aluminum talks have gona
on for nearly three weeks. In the
past, the aluminum contracts usu.
ally have been patterned after the
agreements reached in the steel
Industry. The average pay of
striking steelworkers li 3.lo an
Alcoa -and Reynold! also are
bargaining witlr the Aluminum
Workers International Union and
the United Auto Workeri.
-Milfelt -said he had several
leads to investigate, but refuaed
to reveal what tbey were.
Odum., set off the inrestlestlocs
Into the possible, torture, kOllnn'
when he itaggered from toe
woods and contacted Milfelt short shortly
ly shortly after the bodies of Friedmeyer
and Van 3)ammo had been found.
A l5-yearold neighbor boy,
John White, turned In a fire
alarm after he .was awakend by
a .barking; dog and ;iaw the
Odum told Milfelt, 'that three
men, two of .them Negroes, broke
into the log structure owned by his
two friends shortly after they had
returned from Franklin, Mo.
where they went to collect some
Odum was quoted ai saying
that they visited a tavern near
Cedar Hill, Mo 25 miles west of
here. As they Were, leaving tne
tavern Odum said he noticed the
three men looking in their direc direction
tion direction as Friedmeyer talked about
now wealthy ;ne was,
Odum. said .one man stabbed
him jnjhe stomach and left him
on the kitchen floor, ana mi
friends were forced into another
room", where they were appsrent-
ly tortured. Odum said he fled
tne bungalow ano spent tne mgnt
in the woods.
Edward R. Murrow
Applies To Navy
NKW YORK (UPI1 Rsdlo-
TV unMrnnntator Edward R. Muf-
row, who began a year'i leave of
absence irom uo on iuy
today applied for a wavy eom eom-mission.
mission. eom-mission. . ..
Cmdr. Walter J. Ellis, pumie
Infnrmatinn nffipnr of he Sfd
Naval District, said, that Murrow,
80, filled out papers for tne post
ot puduc miormauon ayeciaiiiv,
which carries the rank of com
He said Murrow went person personally
ally personally to a recruHlnf station in
Manhattan to apply. The appllca-
iln will K InrwnrAmA to tha
Bureau of Personnel Washing--
ton for consideration.
Murrow could not be reacneaO
immediately for comment, but a
nnVamn In hla nffiea eonflrmed
that he had asked for a commis
fh mnltaiman aald that Mur-
row had never been In the Navy
or my other branou ot we armea
services, Murrow recently has bees
working on a number of teleyliioa
projects,, the spokesman Slid, and
had given v no Indication to his
staff that Jie wnt to Join thf
riavy.v;',i3. i n
" Murrow announced last February
that he was taking a lve. of
absence from CBS-Tie said then
that the wanted time off to. re-
fresh Mi trspective ny reaomg
and tnvelv broadr which, he. wee
unable to do bcause of hla, heavy
TV-radio schedule, s ,
- Murrow had beejj doing a weekly
TV series cilld "Person-to-Per-ion"
and a nightly radlon program
nf nwi and eommentarv.
A tailin ahow ha narrated that
dealt with prostitution and big
business stirrsa up a controversy
shortly before he took the leave
of absence. Murrow had bees
with CBS alnce I935.v 1 s
TEX f AN AMI AMEBXCAlf AX DiDETCfDENT DAILT KrWSPAft
f A6I SlVtH
: $t.-. PAUL'S r
Panama City .
: Th Altar Guild of St. Paul'i
- Church, osa of the oldest pare pare-;
; pare-; chitl ori aaUations, ha planned
fa religious and aocial observance
of Us Wit anniversary. v-V-"
Members f will commune in t a
body t the choral Eucharist on
Sunday morning. hleh begins
o'clock with the Ven. Lemuel B.
Shirley as-celebrant and prelCh-
"scheduled also in connection
with the observance 1 an annl annl-iersary
iersary annl-iersary tea. This will take pUace
et the Jamaican Society haU Sun Sun-,
, Sun-, lay, Aug- S, -from 4 to 6 p.m.
Several guests have been invto.
Tin, addition to the Alter ,GuUd,
members of the KnigWs eiSL
Paul will aUo jnake their eorpor.
te commumon at the Eucharist
lor the ninth Sunday after Trtni-
"other services will be held, on
that day as regularly : scheduled
starting with a service of holy,
communion to be saw ,at a.m.
The church school will meat at
- 10:43, "... y, r
' PARISH FIISTA
and a me'tin will be held In the, Representittves of U.S. Army
ehurch I P.m" next Wednesday to, Missions to various Latin Amerlc Amerlc-J...4uinrv
J...4uinrv Amerlc-J...4uinrv far this ma-' n -nuntrie beaan a series of
jo? event u meetings yesterday at the G-$ See
3 i .uJi.-.. t th committee Uin TISARCARIB. For Amador.
i. Aidnnl A. Bolt will I Th conferences, scheduled to
Vj" A w. atked that all m fhrmitfh J4ilv 31. are to dis
the parish organizations be re- eu military training assistance
presented. 'programs tor nscai year w
7 UNITARIAN CINTItJ ;.'
Mrs. Jane MeCauley will con
duct the' morning services, Sub Sub-Am
Am Sub-Am v .tavtfnr at .10:30 a.m. at
the Unttarain Center fa Ancon.
Irn Mr1lV Will DriMIU
knnk v review of Norman Cou
sins "In Hoi We Trust,' which
hivkuVhta iYm ruiiffioui eonvietioni
h nnnrltne fathers of the
United States of America. Coffee
will be served during tne aiscus-
lion period following tne ser-
' Wednesday evening, at T:B0 p.
m the Great Books Group, epon epon-..A
..A epon-..A hw th Unitarian Society.
will meet at the eenter. Topie for
discussion: ,R,ouseau's "Origin of
1,mi4 lTnritci nersonnel : and
their families are welcome at all
th-'Hold Mccling Here
i RIDS IMS R UUTHIRAN
Hilbert W. Rlemer, the new se seminarian
minarian seminarian assistant of; Radeemar
Lutheran CESrch. Balboa, wlU be
formally commissioned for service
to bis new duties at a fP?1
Lutheran worship service th 1 1 Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. in tne
Coco Solo 'Chapel. .
The Rev. Arthui W, Meyer, pas pas-.
. pas-. tor of Redeemer Lutheran Church,
will conduct the rite of commis commissioning,
sioning, commissioning, assisted by Frederick S.
Illilk,, seminarian assistant for
the past year. The choir of Re Re-deermer
deermer Re-deermer congregation also win
participate in the service.
Riemer is a student of Con Con-cordia
cordia Con-cordia Seminary In St. Louis,.
Missouri,, and will spend his year
In the Canal Zone as part of ms
leminary training. IlUck will leave
th. Zon. on Aug. to to
complete his formal training at
As seminarian assistant in tne
Redeemer .Lutheran parish. R em
er will devote most of his time
and efforts to the1 wligous work
on the Atlantic side of the i Ci Ci-sal'
sal' Ci-sal' Zone. He -was established re residence
sidence residence 1 In:-the ; bachelor's? quar quar-tes,
tes, quar-tes, 1303. Cristobal Ph. 3-2525).
Followinth service the mem members
bers members of the parish will meet
at Police Park, Marfarlta, for a
potluck supper and fellowship.
Tha million to Nicaragua is
represented by its chief, Cpl.
rkarla W Kivmnnd. Lt. Col.
viiai.vo ... ---J .......
Vrnmomiol & T'mTTI 11 lltOndtnf
k. miccion tn Oiiatemala. Re
presenting, the missions to Honau-
ras, Uiue ana acuiaor rc
nohprt A. Eckert. lt. yoi, tea
v rnth(tt nH i. Col. William
T.. Hunter. The missions to Co-
lnmkii pni md Haiti are re
nresented by Lt. Col. LowMl B.
.-i,.t 1 rni Aafs A. Pvnes
and XI. Col. Henry H. Relchner
vnnr nrnmntions were announc
ed. by,Haadquafters,vU.S. Army
Carlbbesn tms weeK.
i)iiiniiul In ranV Inplurf.
edrTo captain, 1st Lts. Virgin!
L. Bocxkiewier. Rodriguez Army
Hoanitil, Fort BrooK p. s.r ua ua-nald
nald ua-nald W; Coggins. 9S7th Engineer
Comnany (Avlstion)," ,'Torron.
Mexico: Ricnsrn brm., warm
F.nsrincer Compenv ,vauiH
Barrshcabrjrie,i8. Colombi, and
r.wn n namlrer. Army Tech
nical Service (Atlantic).
USAF Propulsion Chief Thinks
Time s Here) For Nuclear Plane
'Los Amlgos' Queen
To Bo Crowned
Al Dance Tomorrow
WASHINGTON UPI) MaJ.
Gen. Donald J. Kelrn,- Air Force
chief for' nuclear propulsion, told
CxmatM tAriav ha beliavCi the
time has come to begin the design
and construction of an atomic atomic-powered
powered atomic-powered u'ane.
Kep. ,: .j4 j v t b rnct iu-ud,
chairman, of a joint subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee holding a hearing. on the sub
ject, : protested the administra administrations'
tions' administrations' ''drift and indecision" on
Keirn,, the first witness, said
there has been no decision to go
ahead with the A-plane, but that
it is "my persons! conviction that
wa have reached tha point where
it is now appropriate to com commence
mence commence design and construction of
an experimental aircraft suitable
for flight testing;"
"Waiting f'for the full perfor perfor-mance
mance perfor-mance cores (nuclear engine) be
fore initiating, sucn a mgni ten
program,', he said; "needlessly
delays tha program, and in tha
lonf run Is a more costly pro
Price said his subcommittee on
atnmif! reiearch. which has held
M secret' hearings on the A-tflane
program during the past 13 years,
openea toaays session to tne puo puo-lie
lie puo-lie because of the repeated delays.
Advance material preparedby
the subcommittee indicated that
there might be an attempt to
place the blame for A-plane de delays
lays delays on President Eisenhower and
his Budget Bureau rather than on
the Pentagon and AEC
A "chronology of the 13 years
of effort listed several Pentagon
attempts to push toward construc construction.
tion. construction. In each case, lt said, tbeae
were cut back by tha Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau or the White House.
Behind the White House action.
hnwvrr wn a milltarv oninion
that the A-plane would not equal
the performance mooem jew
and therefore would not be mili militarily
tarily militarily advantageous.
The latest decision to go sneia
with construction, according to
the chronology, was reached in informally
formally informally last May. That was dur during
ing during a visit by top officials to
Evendaie, onto, wnere me princi principal
pal principal effort to build an A-plane en engine
gine engine is in progress.
"SOMI" SHILTIRS AIKID
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Mayor James W. Morgan said
tnriav that n i f a n n i save be
come such a problem In one city
park that ne nas received a re
quest for a parasol renting con
House Group Reluctantly Approves
Toned-Down Senate Labor Reform Bill
Nw Tifiaf f it-r And Sales
Manager For Panama
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A sharp sharply
ly sharply divided House Labor Commit Commit-to
to Commit-to Kannail mnntha h I t a r
wrangling .Yesterday by almost re
luctanuy, approving a tonia-aown
version of the Senate union re reform
form reform bill.
The votf 'wag 16-14, with 10
Democrats and six Republicans
voting for the measure. Opposed
were. 10 Democrats and four Re Republicans.
publicans. Republicans. The measure generally
was designed to assure democrat democratic
ic democratic Union procedures and elimi eliminate
nate eliminate corruption.
President Eisenhower only
Wednesday put labor reform on
his list of ''must" legislation for
i-Unn hafrtra Onffrato arilnrirni
It also is on the priority list laid
down by Democratic cBngresslon
Congress is bitterly split over
the best approach to the prob problem,
lem, problem, however, and one of the
sharpest battles of the seisloi Is
expected when the committee bill
reaches the House floor in about
On th other hand. AFL-CIO
President George' Meany lntm-1
oiateiy said Tnursciay me 'meas 'measure
ure 'measure was "unacceptable"1 and
wnulH An "pripvnno htrm in leoit.
imate unions." He reiterated his
demand for legislation to drive
racketeers from the labor move
Even intna namnorata urhn tint.
ed for the measure. were fir from
emnusea aoout it. cnatrman Gra-
1, i, .4
ham Barden (D-N.C), who usual-
lv annnanra eommittaa-aDDrnveri
legislation, refused to allow t h a
bill to bear his name.
It will be officially sponsored
by Rep. Carl M. Elliott (D-Ala.)
one of a small group of Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic moderate who, alone
amonr tha rnmmitte memhen.
seemed pleased with the result of
their labors, v .,
Within minutes after the com committee
mittee committee acted, two members who
voted for the measure, Reps.
Phil M. Landrum (D-Ga.) and
Robert P. Griffin (R-Mlch.) an
nounced they will offer a bipar bipartisan
tisan bipartisan substitute on the floor. They
win aisciose aetans rnoay.
The House committee made 105
chanerei in tha' Senate hill, which
passed 90-1 last April, It took out
many of tne nur provisions mat
turned the AFL-CIO against the
measure after it had endorsed the
original bill co sponsored by Sens.
John F. Kennedy (D-Msss.) and
Sam J. Ervln Jr. (D-N.C).
As finally approved, the House
pnmmittaa hill would r n 11 1 r
unions to make public Yeporti oh
tneir operations ana finances,
compel employers to report any
navmenti in union leaifora nr min-
dlemen, and set up a bill of rlgms
tor ranx ana tne union mem
The committee eliminated the
Senate approved criminal penal penalties
ties penalties far union leaders who violate
the rights of members.
GUI IN ANITA
Kin -'Anita Tannrln will ha
crowned queen of Los Amigos del
Pueblo Club at a coronation, show
and danca scneauiea for sstur sstur-day'
day' sstur-day' night at tha Casino Vina del
Mar In San Francisco de la Ca-
Serving as maids of honor for
Queen Anita will be Beryl Smith
itm n Ml mall and Dolorei Barrett
(Rio Aba jo) renners-up in the con-
lesi willtll waa wuu iuiob i-
MmU tnr tha ihnw and dance
will be playad by the Jeti mu-
sieai comoo ana uiarcnce mar martin's
tin's martin's Hotel El Panama Hilton or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra. Spokesmen for the club hsve
reported a heavy demand for
table reservations, indicating that
a laree crowd is planning to at
JWB Sunday Tour
T.imltad anaca was itill avail
able today for the last of this
month's series ot ubu-jwb pon pon-ilffhtaaalns
ilffhtaaalns pon-ilffhtaaalns toura for U. S.
servicemen and their fsmilles.
The tour Is scheduled for Sun Sun-dsy
dsy Sun-dsy at 2:30 p.m.
Reservations can oe maae oy
LIGHTNING KILLS CATTLI
AnvAMfiB! MILLS. Va. UPUW
A Ughtnlng bolt killed 19 Angus
cattle huddled beneatn a tree ou
a farm here. Farmer C. M- Fray,
who reported the incident to today,
day, today, said the cattle were worth
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larede Bldff. beside Refreaqueria
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Marlboro Wins First Xjmrfe i
Of Panama Basketball Series
Yictory Moves Cleveland
ithin Half-Game Of Lead
Editor: CONRADO 8ARCEANT
By FRED DOWN
il NEW YORK, July 24 (UPI) Minnie Miftoso
insists he can outtalk Frank Lane so don't laugh if
he says he can out-hit Frank MernweQ.
rT Merriwell? The Cuban
hero but Lane .S'
the first to concede. Minnie
writes his now stun anynow.
And, what the 35-year-old out outfielder's
fielder's outfielder's writing these dayS( is a
brilliant success story for Papa
Lane" and the Cleveland Indians.
Brought back to Cleveland to
put some life in the Indians
Minoso is swinging a loaded bat
in the Indian's amazing battle to
win the American League pen pen-nant.
nant. pen-nant. He's hitting .289, has knock knocked
ed knocked in 60 runs, connected for 15
fcomers and is delivering the key
blows when they're needed most.
Minoso came through with his
most important hit of the season
last night when his grand slam
homer capped a seven-run rally
thaTprodued a" 8-5 aevand
victory over the New York Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. The win nabld th Indians
to take th series, two
to one, moved them within a half
gem of rh idle Af-plaej
Chicago White Sox and dumped
the -Yankees back to the .500-
Mmoso's heroics present a tre-
' mendous victory for Lane who
experts' said "gambled the fran franchise"
chise" franchise" when he traded Early
' Wynn. and Al Smith to the White
So for Minnie, Dec. 4, 1957.
That's when Minoso whose sal salary;
ary; salary; iquabbles with Lane help keep
the phone company in the black
-during the winter-promised to
play "good enough to keep Pa Papa
pa Papa Lane quiet".
Harvey Keunn and Al Kaiine
ach had four hit's as the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers routed the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators, 11-2, and Roger Ma Maria
ria Maria nd Bob Cerv each had three
hit as the Kansas City Athletics
beat the Baltimore Orioles, 9-3,
Tht San Franeiseo Giants re retained
tained retained thair Vi-gam National
League laad with a 5-1 triumph
ttvar tna St. Louis Cardinals and
the Los Angeles Dge'S beat
th Chicago Cubs, 5-3, but the
stamping Mllwauk Braves suf
farad a 6-2 loss to the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Reds.
The Braves now trail San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco by 4V4 games and are only
one point ahead of the fourth fourth-place
place fourth-place Pittsburgh Pirates.
A crowd of 36,560 at Cleveland
law the Yankees take an early
4-0 lead but the Indians staged a
flash rally against Ralph Terry
and rookie Eli Grba. in the sixth.
Singles by Tito Francona and
George Strinkland, a double by
Rocky Colavito and a sacrifice
fly produced two runs and chased
TiMr rlrHo viarilprl a hii and turn
walkg,' forcing in Cleveland's third
run, ana men minoso unioaaea
with- his game-winning bias.
Rookie Jim Perry, who pitched
foday ENCANTO 25c.
At 9:00 p.m.
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the middle four Innings, won hii
m pacing a 15 V attack that
in p c Wllllnlnf to nig
ninth game for Detroit. Bob Alli Allison
son Allison hit his 26th homer for Wash
Ned Gaver pucnea a seven-nu-tr
fnr hi eiphih win behind the
16-hit Kansas City attack that
gave the Athletics their fourth
straight win and their eighth in
in camps Hsrrv Chiti and Dick
Williams homered for the Athle
tics and Billy Klauss connected
for the Orioles.
Jack Sanford wen his first
gam sine Juna 1 for tna
Giants who took advantage of
thr St. Louis arrors to score
four unaarnad runs. Victim of
tha sloppy fielding was Vinegar
Band Mizall, now 11-5 for tha
year. Orlando Capada, Jackie
Brandt and Bob Schmidt had
two hits each for San Francisco,
nil Hndees two-run homer was
the big blow for the Dodgers but
the big first-baseman later suffer suffered
ed suffered an injury to his right leg that
may sideline him a week. Don
Drysdale, ace of the Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles staff, relieved Larry Sherry
when the Cubs scored two runs
in the eighth and yielded only one
hit over the last l i -3 innings.
Willie Jones' eighth-inning grand
slam homer ended the Braves'
"winning streak" at one game and
brought Brooks Lawrence his fifth
win. Joey Jay, who had shut out
the Reds for seven innings, was
the victim of the blow and the
Reds added an insurance pair a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst McMahon in the ninth.
A tolovicoH reneat of the All-
Star Game highlights this week
in sports over the Caribbean
Forces Network. The schedule in-
Saturday, July 25 New York
vs Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 26 Pittsburgh
Monday, July 27 Baltimore
vs Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 28 No Game.
Wednesday, July 29 Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore vs Detroit. 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, July 30 New York
vs Chicago. 1:30 P m.
Friday, July 24 Wrestling,
Saturday, July 25 Jaiopy
Races, 2 p.m.. All-Star Baseball
Game' from Pittsburgh, 2:25 p.m
Sports Time, 5 p.m.
Sunday, July 26 Baseball, Lrf
Angeles vs Chicago. 2:45 p.m.,
(game played July 4)
Wednesday.- July 29 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fight, 10 p.m.
Thursday, Julv 30 All-Star
Golf. 7 p.m., Sammy Snead vs
George Bayer, (last all-star Golf
Show, played April 4). Ficht of
the Week, 10 p.m., Pory Calhoun
vs Dick Tiger, British Empire
AUTO. S. A.
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Aaron, Mil. 90
Cham, St. L. 86
White, St. L. 88
Robinson, Cin. 92
Logan, Mil. 78
Cimoli, St. L. 94
74 112 .303
40 47 .300
39 84 .299
61 97 .298
Runs Batted In
Jensen, Red Sox
(Based on 120 or more decisions)
W L Pet.
14 0 1 000
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn, White Sox
12 8 .800
9 3 .750
12 6 .667
10 5 .667
8 4 .667
For Colombia Open
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"golfer's tour" for sefvicemen.
their families, and guests, to Me-
dellin, Colombia, for the Col9m Col9m-bia
bia Col9m-bia Open Golf Tournament to be
held on Sept. 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Golfers desiring to participate
in the Open at the Club Rodeo
will be placed according to their
The Panama tour leaves here
on Aug. 31, returning Sept. 7.
Excursionist will be at the Nu Nu-tibarra
tibarra Nu-tibarra Hotel.
Additional datea concerning the
trip can be otained at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB in Balboa.
The price of the tour, arranged
through the cooperation of the
Fidanque Travel Service, includ including
ing including the Panama Medellin round
trip, transportation to and from
Medellin airport, seven nights and
eight days at the hotel, a city
tour and a trip to the Club Cam-
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STRAIGHT BIGHT Paraiso bantamweight Carlos Santana
sticks a right Into the ribs of Panama City's Rolando Ruiz
during the Jeature bout on the amateur boxing program
staged by the dhorrillo Boxing Club at the National Gym last
night. Undefeated Ruiz was awarded a unanimous verdict
after the four-rounder was over, to pick up his 11th consecu consecutive
tive consecutive win. In another Canal Zone-Panama fight Salvador Me Me-lendez
lendez Me-lendez of Panama TKO'ed Clyde Thomas of Paraiso In 30
seconds of the second heat of ft scheduled three-rounder.
More Boats Out
For Fishing Tourney
The fishing has been so good
from Taboguilla down to Pifias
Bay that every sports fisherman
who can spare the time is plan planning
ning planning to go out either this week weekend
end weekend or next to try his luck. The
July 31 weekend will wind up ihe
month long VII International
Marlin and Sailfish Tournament,
which is being sponsored by the
Club de Yates y Pesca, Panama
Marlin Club, and the Panama
Rod and Reel Club.
Frank Violette who has been
fishing aboard the Seri reported
that he was with schools of sail sail-fish
fish sail-fish all the past week. Ht stop stopped
ped stopped the boat and caught an 80
lb. Sailfish with a spinning rod
on a 15 lb. monofilament line,
with an 18 inch leader, 10 miles
South of Three Monks.
Leo and Ruth Krziza will go
out with Frank for ten days,
El Carib was out last weekend
and caught 13 sailfish. Comman Commander
der Commander F. R. Sanborn caught a 225
lb. black marlin. Also aboard
were Lt. Col. Woody Post, Lt.
Col. R. A. Herre, Lt. Comman Commander
der Commander James Athow, Major Ed Ma Ma-hon
hon Ma-hon and Max Hershey of the
States who is visiting his brother-in-law
Lt. Col. Herre,
The Southwlnd last weekend
did a little fishing on its way
back from Colombia. Aboard
were Gene McGrath, Bob Eisen Eisen-mann,
mann, Eisen-mann, Dave Eisenmann, Roy
Watson and Frank Aleman. Bob
Eisenmann landed a sailfish
weighing about 121 lbs.
World record holder Marta
Halphen is going out with light
tackle to try for a big sailfish, a a-board
board a-board the Soltura.
Colon Marlboro 5
Cops Atlantic Side
' Th Marlboro quintet of Mw
Colon District Basketball league
last night clinched tha 1959
championship with an 81-41 win
ever Cerveza Balboa at th Co Colon
lon Colon Arena.
Th victory was tha eighth
straight for th undfatd
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Rhonda FLEMING m
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L w i i fwt aniTian
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Plans To Attend
Sammy Blenman, a Panamanian
from Paraiso, has informed the
University of Wichita track coach
Fritz Snodgrass be will attend
WU next fall.
Blenman ran on the Paraiso
Latin American High S c h o o 1
track squad as a sprinter and re
Not being able to run much with
a stopwatch, Blenman could not
quote his best times, but he fin finished
ished finished first or second in the
school's track meets.
Aeronautical engineering has at attracted
tracted attracted the 5-9, 163-pound athlete
to WU. He graduated with a maj major
or major in mechanical drawing and a
B minus grade average. He was
editor of the school paper both his
junior and senior years and edit
ed the Paraiso annual. His career
aim is aeronautical engineering in
the United States Air Force.
Blenman lists his hobbies as
a weather observer.
Blenman is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Blenman,
Winners Of 49 PGA
lo Play In US PGA
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. UPIO UPIO-Winners
Winners UPIO-Winners from 49 of the 52 PGA
co-sponsored and approved tournaments-will
compete in the Na National
tional National PGA at the Minneapolis
Golf Club July 30 Aug. 2.
Pro golf's leading money win winner
ner winner this year, Art Wall Jr.,jhas
never won the PGA title but his
record this year gives him a good
cnance to break the drouth
Wall has won five tournaments
on the 1959 PGA tour, including
the Masters. His earnings total
$45,730. No other golfer has Won
that many tournaments or that
much money this year.
But Gene Littler has won ftf
current titles and is considcre
one of the hottest on the tour at
Those who have won three tour tournaments
naments tournaments include defending cham champion
pion champion Dow Finsterwald, Pete Coop Cooper,
er, Cooper, Arnold Palmer and Mike
Souchak is something of a senti sentimental
mental sentimental favorite in this area, an
area that has been good to him.
Souchak won the 1956 Keller Open
jt St Paul -tllct ftfirAca fViA
- juu av&wou lii 111,1
with a barrage of last round
birdies. He did not win .another
tournament until 1958 when he re returned
turned returned to the Keller ODen. "Since
then he. has won the Tournament-
ot champions and the Western
The PGA entry list also includes
the top 25 money winners of 1!)33,
the leading 25 money winners for
this year and the 10 members of
the American Ryder Cup team.
VEECK HOSTS STRIKERS
CHICAGO (UPI) Striking
stevedores will be admitted free
to tomorrow's game between Chi
cago and Baltimore, courtesy of
Bin veeck, wmte Sox president.
Plant identification or union dues
card will be their pass for the
25e, 'm 15e.
with Erlol Flynn
MURDER IS MT
y HERBERT MOISI
Marlboro ,1 1.000
Cerveii Balboa 0 1 000
Panama's Marlboro playing un under
der under their astute coach, Rodolfo
"Fifi" Tom drew first blood in
the Panama City District Basket Basketball
ball Basketball League as they overwhelm overwhelmed
ed overwhelmed Cerveza Balboa 64 to 54 in the
Panama National Gymnasium.
In the preliminary contest, a
good AACS team .from Balboa
handed Panama's Mueblena L
EuTopea a crowd-pleasing 61 to 5$
beating. Both clubs played good
exciting ball and ao thrilled the
good-sized crowd. These dubs will
continue their series on Saturday
as preliminary to the second Balboa-Marlboro
Marlboro started fast and open opened
ed opened a good ten-point lead over Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa and stayed ahead for
most of the way being tied once
and for only about twenty sec seconds.
onds. seconds. After the Red and White
Smokers opened the gap earl,
Cerveza Balboa recovered and
played steady ball matching the
winners basket for basket and get getting
ting getting as close as three points, 26
to 23 at the bell for the first half.
As the second half opened,
Marlboro again leveled off to wid widen
en widen the margin; to six points from
which vantage point they played
confortaWy until Ernesto Taylor
and Hokey McFarlane pulled the
score down to, 'even-, par just a a-round
round a-round the half-way mark in the
second half. Taylor of Cerveza
Balboa scored 19 points to be top
scorer in this losing cause.
For Marlboro Ramon R y e s
with 19, Agard with 12, Noel with
10 contributed immensely.-
This victory t places the Manbo
r team in the enviable position
of having the titles of the two b:g-
' .i.l'T "T
This same club in Colon needs
(and they should have gotten it
last night) just one win to clinch
the 1959 title and now in Panama'
by winning this first game they
also need only one game to win.
Both clubs are basically' the
same with a few additions on the
Colon roster to bolster the team
when the Panama City residents
of the team fail to make the trip
across the Isthmus. Even coach
Fifi Tom seldom makes the trip
across except for special games.
Jim Tatum Dies
CHAPEL HILL. N.C., July 24 -(UP!
Win, ftatum, Jiead football
coach tit tttit University of North
Carolina, died at 11:40 p.m. last
Tatum, stricken with a virus in infection
fection infection which also felled his wife,
Edna, had bewi sinking rapidly
since early today. He had first
taken a turn for the worse
Doctors at North Carolina Msm Msm-orial
orial Msm-orial Hospital here did not re release
lease release a definite diagnosis except
to say that it was an "overwhelm "overwhelming"
ing" "overwhelming" virus infection which had
"Affected many ot in viiai. or
gans of .his body."
f Here Is Tatum'a football coai
Y.ar W L T School
1942 5 2 2 North Carolina
1 North Carolina
0 North Carolina
0 North Carolina
1947 "Gator Bowl, .Oklahoma 34,
N.C. State 14
1948 .'Gator Bowl, Maryland 20,
1950 'Gator Bowl, Maryland 20,
1952 Sugar Bowl, Maryland 28,
1954 Orange Bowl, Maryland 0,
1955, Orange Bowl, MaryUnd 6
Totals: won 3, loss 2, tied 1
TOWN HONORS MATHEWS
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -(UPI)
Santa Barbara, home hometown
town hometown of Milwaukee slugger Eddie
Mathews, will honor-, the Braves
third baseman with the Senor
Don's Day award before the Dodgers-Braves
game. at the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Coliseum Aug. 9.
with Leo Oorcey
with Zachary Scott
San Francis v
W L Pet. B
54 .-41; :Jtl
14 44 41 M
47 4J JIT 4
4 45 J21 4tt
47 4KJM Vi
45 4t;47! 1
42 51 MVMsi
Philadelphia at Cincinnati 'my
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (Nf
Chicago at San Francisco (N)
St. Louis 000 000 001-41 I '3
S?,. Ff,ancisco 20 000 12X-4 11 0
Mizell (11-5), Stone, Bridges, Mc
Daniel and Smith.
Sanford (8-9) and Schmidi.
m 000 000 042 10 .0
miiwauKee wo 200 0002 8 1
i-urney, Lawrence (5-9) and
Jay S(-7), McMahon and Crand-
Only games scheduled.
The "humbled" Balkna n..n
Dogs, met the Diablo setters on
weir nome court with blood in
their eye. s vautx! m
With Balboa'i nlrV un ..
from Balboa Gym they blasted
me naiuiy aressea mack and white
team from Diablo and left them
hanging on to the tail of a 10-21
score, in the second game the
Black and Whiters slowly Cajne
out of their shock, but not to re recover
cover recover and ;were deft holding the
hast 1TaM 7
With persuasion the Bull Dogs
enticed the Diablo netters into an
extra game for practice. This
turned out to be the game of the
day. Diablo met Balboa point for
Point. . .;
To win there- must be a two
point lead, the battle was conti continued
nued continued twice so that this lead
might be gained.
You guessed It, Diablo was the
lucky "team and the foray was
ended 24-22. Too 1ad it was onlv
a practice game, say .those crazy
mixea up buil nogs, see you
next week in Diablo, black and
Al Rio Halo,
Firing in the Rio Hato area
and on the Atlantic side has been
scheduled during the coming week
by units of U.S.. Army Caribbean.
At Rio Hato. firine will confirm
throughout the week on a 24-hour-
a-day basis as troops from' the
ist Battle Groun. 20th Infantrv.
undergo training tests with rifles,
carbines, mortars, recoilless rifles
and rocket launchers. The maxim
urn altitude will be 5718 feet and
the horizontal range 7400 yards.
On Monday and Tuesday, rec record
ord record and familiarization firing will
be conducted with rifles and car
bines t the Sherman Known Di.
tance Range.1 Students of the US-
AnuAKiB scnooi win use the a
rea between the hours of 6 a m
and 4 p.m. Maximum altitude
will be 12.000 feet and,. the maxim.
urn horizontal range will be 3000
The Sherman known distance
ran?e also will be utilized Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, between 7 a.m. and 4 b.rrf.
for familiarization firing with the
M-l rifle. Maximum altitude is
12,500 feet and the horizontal
range 3,500 yards, i t
BALBOA THEATER. &d1!Ue
STARTS TOMORROW! 7, M H
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SUSAN KOHNER ROBERT ALDA
-JUAIIITA MOORE MAHALIAJACKSOir
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48 45 Jll
47 47 .500 7
44 5g .47
43 4 .447 19 s,
43 50.442 lOVi
40. 52 .435 13
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njjUjiun cieveiana (W)
Boston-at Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Chicago (N)
100 000 001 S 4 e
202 025 OOx-11 15 1
Woodeschick 0(2), Clevenger,
Kemmerer and Courtney.
Bunning (9-8) and Wilson. i
New York 310 000 0105 10 S
Cleveland 000 007 01x8 14 1
Terry, Grba (14), Ditmar, Bron
stad and Berra.
JSmith, Perry (5-2), Grant and
Baltimore 000 001 SOO-a T
Kansas Cit 122 012 01-9 16 1
Brown (6-6), Fisher, Njohnson 1
Garver (8-9) and CWtl.
sBbst0n at Chicago (Postponed,
Young CZ Swimmers
Getting Ready For
The big solash you hear out
Gamboa way is that young gang
of swimming stars working out
for the Junior Olympics short
course swim meet to be held Fri Friday
day Friday Aug. 7 st 9, ajn. at the
Gamboa swimming 'pool. 'f-
:The Junior Olympics Meet is
set up in the following age
groups for boys and girls:
10 and under midget Division
11 and 12 Junior Division
13 and 14 Intermediate Divi Division
sion Division 15 and 16 Senior Division
With such splendid competitors
as Charlene Graves, her young younger
er younger sister Conchita, and Helea
George from Gatun; Mike Rudge
of Margarita; Harry and Richey
Van Loon, Marty Holmes and
Sommerford brother of Balboa;
Grace Figueroa, Joyce u.-rr--.
and Jane Hearne of Gamboa ta
mention some of those aaiU' ..
work. We are looking forward tc
fine performances Aug. 7 ai
JOHN JAMES SPORTS
John James Wins
Third Straight Game
!n Relief For Vees
NEW YORK, July 24 UPI)( -John
James, who hasn't started a
game for Richmond this season,
is the man of the hour when the
Vee wrap up the tough ones. 1
James pitched three scoreless
Innings last night to -give Rich Richmond
mond Richmond a 5-4 decision over -Mont-treal.
It was the third straight re relief
lief relief victory for the 155-pound right righthander,
hander, righthander, bringing his record to 4-3.
Richmond had to battle all the
way to down the Royals. The
Vees 'scored three runs in the
sixth inning to tie the game and
won it, in the ninth.
Havana made it seven victories r
in eight games by edging the In-1
ternational league-leading Bisons,
2-1. Ted Wieand picked up his
second relief win in two nights
and his fifth in a row to raise his
mark to 11-8.
A seven-run first Inning was SH
Rochester needed to beat Miami,.
12-4 and moved into a third piace
tie with Montreal.
In the other game played, VTo VTo-ronto
ronto VTo-ronto and Columbus were halted v
by rain at the end of seven innings V
with the score tied, 4-4.
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4- Account!8. a- BSaeia U-MiHf,f
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ft likely-ft Mi Cautiva G. Vagquei 108 Could surprise
R. Cruz 1j7x
H. Macias HOx
A. Lories llux
8 Miss P.
IWSnrnmnnn.?' It. VlOUe 118'
14 (Dagon Jose Rodnguez 108
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B. Batza 110
J. Rodrifiuet 113
V. Ortega 113
C. Quiros UOx
' B.; Dario 108
S. Hernandez tl5
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M Race "f" Natives I Fgs.
1 Sandokan R. Vasquez 120
I Charlie G. B. Aguirre tiO
I Dan Tin J. Ulloa 115
4 Dr. Bill J. Talavera 106
4 Race "C and D" Nat 4 Fgs. Purse J425.00
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2 Linda Susy
4 Black Bee
5 Don Brigido
A. Lorless 1'Jix
H. Gustiries 110
J. Gongora 115
J. Talavera 110
R. Cruz ,10 7 x
E. Drio no
J. Samanlego lift.
B. Baza US.
SHi Race 7th Series. Imp. 4 Fgs.
3 Serres Road
7 El Agheila
H. Hidalgo lQ?x
J. Talavera 118.
R. Cruz 10.5x
H. Mora lOi
H. Gustines 114
B. Baeza 110
J. P. Diaz I03x
4th Race 7th Series Imp. 4 Fgt.
, a r, lit RAC.R ; ,QF(
1 Chiusa J. P. Diaz 103x
2 Alamito J. Saraaniego. 110
3 Chacotero A- Perez 115
'. 4 Victoria'. R..'. A. CredidiQ 113
5 The, Gipsy
J,,. Phillipe 10R
7 Now Then
H. Hidalgo 103x
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7th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2nd RACE OF
1 Manandoagua A. Gonzai. U'i
J. Ulloa m
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, a (Crews Hill
J. Phillips 105 Could go all the: way
H. Pitty 110 Returns from 'layoff
H. Gustines 113 J-Mutuils faVorHe
B. Baeza 112 Unknown quantity
V. Ortega 110 Solid bei her her-E.
E. her-E. Corcho 106x Depends on start
D. Madrid UOx Reportedly improved
Ith Raee lth Series Imp. S Fgsi
1 Gran Capitan J. Samaale lli
2 Thunderstreak E. Dario 100
8 Rutilante J. Walnt llux
4 Cordial A. Lorless 107x
5 Licenciado H. Gustines lot;
6 Lanero J. Jimenez 106
7 Cuquita J. P. Diaz 105x
Hi Raee 2nd Series Imp, 7 Fgs.
1 Alcfi az J. Ulloa 118
2 Diocese H. Mora 105
S-Tatin H. Hidalgo lObx
4 Gavilan A. Credidio 106
aDouble Four H. Gustines 112
8 Don Lucho B. Baeza 110
10th Race 3rd Series Impt. 7 fgs.
l-vergmeux v, Tejaa jrox
auepenaaoie y. vasquei iu
a urignt spur n. tuaaigo
4Bacancito J. raiavera AUf
5-xistuiiari n. wruz iuux
6 Yucatan B.,uaeza in cutanea hantocapi 5-2
7 (Al Justo S. Hernandez. 115 -Nothing in months 8-5
8 (El Tunchi H, Gustines 120 -Seem best here 8-5
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11m Race Wi Series Imp, 4 Fgt.' Purse $400.00 Pool Closes. .
"Special for Apprentice Jockeys"
1 Porro J. Walnt 107x
2 Eros G. Ramos 107x
S Cleron J. P. Dlat U2x
4 Smart Catch H. Hidalgo 10,r.x
k. crua iux
T Mar Bravo
A. Lorless 107x
V. Tejada 102x
O. Madrid 107x
AMfMT XL' WW
.IVllirVYA V it ji If
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Purse V 1:00
-Not agaiiisi uese
Good eany spied
Returns from layoff
J tA fitht to finish
Peel CRles 1:30
SeeiHs bei here
Returns from layoff
-UsuarT close uf
Good eari speed
- Unknown quantity
Purs 375.00 Pool Closes i:00
--Much the bes. 1-5
-t-Good early speed 4-1
Has strong finish 3-1
Showing improvement 10-1
Pool Closes 2:30
Woula pa ofi
Form ind cates
Returns fiom layoff
CouM be runnerup
CouM make place -here
Enjoying besl form
Excluued from betting
Purse 5450.00 Peel Closes 3:00
r N6t food enough 15-1
Could score "fre 3-1
Neds tstrcnge) rider 5-1
Usually close up 10-1
Should be ruiinerup 5-2
Seems besl liere EVEN
Would pav luicy odds 10-1
Purse $450.00- Pool Closes 3:0
,TH E DOUBLE
Enjoviiig best from
T-Nothing to indicate
i iQuits badly, in stretch
. Mot good enough
j r Can acwe Kin
i r illMt ,go -si ill- lower
-rDoean'l seem likely
!ould score again
Purse $450.00 Peel Closes 4.05
Hard to beat here
Poel eiat 4-46
pooi ciose i.w
Distance lu liking
Must go ower
Can make it her
No. 1 contei.oer
Last doesn t count 5-2
UUiuaiiy' 9fk'i vpi A 4-1
Could score at price 10-1
Purse 750.00 Pool Closes 5:15
-Dangerous this time
Could icoie again
-Enjoying best from
Apparently gone stale
Purse $450.00 Peel Closes 5:40
-wot against these 50-1
May so all tin way 5-2
was ,pevr better 3-1
yooa eaJy -oeed 25-1
-Longiijot specialist 10-1
Deipie green rider
Would pit off
In tn'.-ktt battle
Usual' v cose no
uoesn t seenr likely
-Coul.1 make it here
-Poor recent racef
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f rH m Use the FIRESTONE Factory Method to RETREAD your
itf A NEW TIRE ;!
W 'mM K AND
SAME TREAD DEPTH
Meets Cutie In
TV Bout Tonight
LOUISVnlE. 'lCy.'TJPn) Al
20-1 onzo Johnson, who gave tip trim--mi
ming hair for a ring career will
. T trv "to snio Willie PasUano s
comeback hopes when'they meet
in a neuonmy leicyioew
heiwweicht bout here tonight.
jonnson, a zt-year-mu pui.uuci
from Braddock, Pa., will h
shooting for hit 13th straight win
against Pastrano. of Miami, 'la
once ranked third in the division
but now ninth in the Ring mag
The former barber, who ranks
seventh in the NBA ratings, ran
his record to 1T-1 by beating
Nino valdes' last May 29 in Ma
ison Square Garden. larlier vic victims
tims victims included Billy Hunter and
Pastrano, who ha$ ben resting
up after a European tour in
which he won four and lost six
fights in England and Italy, has
the edge in experience over the
replacement for Argentine heavy,
weight Alex Miteff. A kidney in infection
fection infection prevented Miteff from
keeping the date with Pastrar.o.
When Pastrano last appeared Jn
the Fairgrounds ring here in Sep September
tember September 1957, he decisioned Johnny
Holman in Louisville's first na nationally
tionally nationally televised fight.
TraPthootinf at the Blb6a Gun
Club is still lik shooting phea pheasants
sants pheasants inside- 4 r Nebraska corn
field. The difference is that tae
traps cannot be made to shoot
birds straight up. Whoa maybe
that is a new idea in trap shoot shooting.
ing. shooting. A hole can be cut in the
roof so brids go straight up.
Anyway, there will be a trap trap-shoot
shoot trap-shoot at 10 a.m., July 2, 1959.
Where? Phone, 2-1470 H. Snack Snack-lett
lett Snack-lett at home Friday night or Sat Saturday;
urday; Saturday; or phone 2-3726 iFnday.
He will give you the latest on
where the trap shoot wil lbe h ild
and how to get there. He is also
managing the Pedro Miguel Gun
Club and says he has the cnoice
of either Club for trap and skeet
for the next two months while
Lee Carr is touring the G r c a t
Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaw.iy
Top Coaches Believe
Aussies To Dominate
TOKYO (UPI) Two ol the
world's top swimming coaches
believe the oowerful Australian
swimmers again will dominate
the mens events in tne isu
Olympic games in Rome.
This was the view of Willie
Cggey o Nwth CtroUnt state
College and Mitsuo Ota, coaches
of the United States and Japan.
ese teams, although four world
records in the books were shat-
tered in the three-day U.S.-Japan
dual meet ended Wednesday
In addition, 'Mike Troy of the
University of Indiana won the 200
meters butterfly in 2 minutes,
17.2 seconds, bettering the 2:19
standard set by the Interna dontl
Swimming Federation under the
new rules in 1857. tuit- xroy am a
better time of 2:16.4 in tht U.S.
outdoor championships two weeks
Tsuyoshi Yanftanaka of Japan
clipped seven-tenths second off
his recognized world record of
2.03 in the 200 meters freestyle;
Murray Rose of Australia won the
800 meters freestyle in 9:08.6, bet bettering
tering bettering the record in the books of
9:14.5 by John Konrads of Aus Australia
tralia Australia but Konrads did an 8.-59.6
clocking on Jan. 10 this year; an
American relay team set a new
world's record of 8:44.4 in tho 400
meters relay; and a Japanese
team established a new world's
record of 1:21.6 in the 800 meters
Significantly, the 200 meters
freestyle, 800 meters freestyle,
and 400 meters relay are no. in included
cluded included in the Olympic swimming
"The Australians will again
dominate the swimming in the
Olympic games next year," Casey
said. "After them will come
Japan, the United States and
probably Russia ffYiting for sec second
ond second honors."
SAME TREAD RUBBER
8AM E TREAD t DESIGN
Since the Dodgers came into the
National League uv 1880. they nave
nad tneir aazzung neroes guorc,
once worshiped wiui
which established Brooklyn' base-
bill as a sort' of religious rite,
From Adonis Terry, Willie Keel-'
er,-Jake Daubert,;. isap Bucaer
and Dazzy Vance to PfeeWee
Reese, Roy Cam pane 11a, G1
Sodges and Duke Snider Brooic Brooic-O
O Brooic-O .set up its dynasties, ox dia diamond
mond diamond kings whose superlatives it
regarded as matchless, But none
quite achieved the deep and sin sincere
cere sincere admiration it bestowed upoa
Zachary Davil Wheat whtf Joined
the .Dodgers in 1909.. and: remained-
through the 1926-Season.'
On Monday,: Wheat, aow.'tl, was
inducted into the Baseball Hail of
Fame at Cooperstown. H; bring$
into this .Pantheon of the diamond
a lifetime batting average oi .317
and a reputation on and off tne
field as a true sportsman una
one of the finest characters the
major leagues have seen.
To the final day of his 19 years
in maior company, he remained a
great hitter. Nobody could solve
immortal Marty's fadeaway with
the same success 4ack puirsiioa
it. And when Wheat finished up
in 1927. with the Athletics lie
turned in a .324 rating.
Amona the Draises sung by the
old-timeri" with whom I have talk talked
ed talked about Wheat, none approaco approaco-ed
ed approaco-ed the virtual benediction by Cas
ey Stengel who played alongside
Zack in the Brooklyn outfield
from 1912 thrbugh ,1917.
"It is sad that a great player
like Wheat had to wait so Ion
for election to the Hall, but it is
wonderful he still is around to en enjoy
joy enjoy the honor," said Stengel. 'As
a, great outtieiaer ano mtter, as
a teacher and. a friend, as a ve
teran who tried to help the
kids, Zack was matchless. If
know anything about batting, l of
my ground work from Wheat."
HAILED RELIEF, STAYED OUT
Anticipating Wheat's election to
the Hall, I invited 'his reminis reminiscences
cences reminiscences when he attended the 11157
All-Star game at St. Louis.
"I ioined the Dodgers late in
the 1909 season, after a big year
with Mobile," Zack recollected.
"I rode the trains for days and
finally arrived in' Jersey City,
where 1 got the ferry to New
Yorjt, A bartender in, nearby
saloon told me the Dodgers were
at the Polo. Grounds and steered
me over to the elevated.
, "I reported to Harry .Lumlcy,
former Brooklyn outfielder, who
was the manager, and he said he
planned to use me in the first
half of the double-header we were
about to play. -, . :
'Willy ClemenW, the 'left' 'field 'fielder,
er, 'fielder, said to me, 1 sure am glad
you showed up. I am tired and
will enjoy sitting on the bench of
a few innings.' Well, 1 don't think
he stayed glad. He never got hack
into the lineup."
The highlight of Wheat's career
was his participation in the rec record
ord record 1-1 tie, 26 innings, with (he
cuts possible Rives you 5
copies of a letter or other
items in 1 minute.
Copies are 100 accurate.
Reproduces all colors of
Ink and pencil. Several
models. Ask for a free
;i i it mi
BETTER RUBBER FROM START TO FINISH
TRANSlStHMIAN HIQHWAY TEL.
-Brave! bn May 1,
Leon Cadore of the Dodgers an.l j
Joe Oeschger of the home team 1
tougm j out in Boston.
I carried enough lumber to tiie1
plate that .afternoon to bouild me
a gnacx, bck recalled. ; was
up. nine-times and got tw of our
V Wit T
nine hita. The Braves mile 15
In threev consecutive 2smes we
v vm al mbij.
played 58 innings without a vic victory;
tory; victory; After the' tie on Saturday
we lostv a 13-lnning game to the
fniuiea in Brooklyn, and tht fol following
lowing following afternoon we blew anotner
in 19 innlngsrin Boston.
Zack could j offer no solution of
themystery at to why Uncle Rob
bie and, George Stallings coir.mil coir.mil-'ted
'ted coir.mil-'ted the colossal blunders of letting
Cadore and Oeschger' pitc ore
inning short of a triple-htadr
One morning afler the Dodgers
had moved into Ebbets Field wi'h
the McKeevers, Ed and Stephen,
holding a 50 percent interest in
the ball club and Charley Ebbet V
half share only recently transfer transferred
red transferred to his heirs, Ed cnild
Wheat into the club offices.
Zack, I am going to make you
the manager of this team and let
Robbie go," the younger Mcrev Mcrev-er
er Mcrev-er said. But, within a week, Ed
was dead. Zack never got that
or any other managerial ber'h.
That Wheat had been scheduled
to take his job somehow got the
Uncle Robbie and he developed a
tremendous dislike for the out outfielder.
fielder. outfielder. Back in; the Wheat heyday, it
was the jolly custom to throw
at the batter's head. Especially if
he were a great linedrive special specialist
ist specialist and, as Zack was in 1918, the
However, few pitchers threw at
Wheat. For one thing, he was no no-body's
body's no-body's enemy. For another. It
was dangerous to get him angry.
Other managers, took their cues
from Branch Rickey, who told his
St. Louis, pitchers, "Don't got
Zack mad. Just let him be."
It is interesting to note how
Wheat's batting average rose aft after
er after 1920, the year the maior
leagues barred all trick deliveries
and stopped the entry of new spit spit-ball
ball spit-ball pitchers.
Now-wcomea Zachary Davis
Wheat into the Hall of Fame, and
a finer personality never was wel welcomed
comed welcomed into it.
PRE-SEASON GAMES ON TV
NEW YORK (UPI) The Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Colts and New York Gi Giants
ants Giants will be seen twice in pre preseason
season preseason National Football League
games televised by the Columbia
Broadcasting System. The four
games will feature the Colts vs
the Giants, Aug 21: New York
and the Chicago Bears, Sept.
11; the Cleveland Browns and De Detroit
troit Detroit Lions, Sept. 13, and Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore against the Chicago Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, Sept. 20.
Double Four Favorite To Witi
Featured $750 Sprint Race
The Cococha Stable's former
sprint champion Double Four
aims to make it two in a iow
tomorrow afternoon in the 5730
seven furlong main event i the
President Remon racetrack, i ive
other second series rscers will
Double Four scored a relativc-
avuMuat vm s-i-u m
iy easy two and a half length vie-,
lory on ouy uvci
oendable and Xistuilan at the
six furlong distance. Althougn tot
ing 120 pounds, including veter
n iockev Hernani Mora, Double
Four sped the distance in the ex-
llent time of 1:12 which is as
fast as any horse has tumid
three-quarters of a mile local'y
HusMIng Heliodoro (Papito) Gu i
tines will do the booting aboard
President Ernesto de la Gua---dia's
grey ghost. Mora hts snif
ed to his favorite mount sin-e
beginning his successful come comeback
back comeback stretch burning Diocese.
Luis H. Farrugia has been set setting
ting setting much more out of the son of
Minnli-RiRhnnscnurt than thp fo-
coacha Stable was able to. Mora 1
has won only five races since
bi-ginnin.- his comeback a hunt
six weeks ago and three of them
have been sensational thriller on
Another dangerous contender in
this race should be Alcaraz which
has just been dropped from the
track's top class after several
failures. Strong-armed Jose Ullo
will guide Miss Nilka Lokee's co co-lorbearer.
lorbearer. co-lorbearer. Slumping Don Lucho, once one
of the track s most consistent
winners could surprise here. He
will have he advantage of lead leading
ing leading jockey Braulio Baezs'S com competent
petent competent handling.
Tatin, an impressive winner his
last time- out, and the ever dan dangerous
gerous dangerous fiavilan round out the list
of scheduled starters. II o m e r o
Hidalgo will guide Tatin wni'e
Amado Credidio has the let no
Nine other ; Interesting races
are included on art' attractive
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RADIATOR HOSE BRAKE. FLUID
3-1 50 1
J UCACj iUaUUCl I LAr UUW Ti-
siting ms pIrenu id Panama City
serving a ten-day suspension uiei
ed out at the Jamaica (NAM
racetrack last week, would not
De lD(e to ride here even ii
First, there is an agreement lie-1
tween the local racetrack and
New York Tracks. Consecue uly,
his U.S suspension would be up
held bv the President Kemon
Second, Manuel's contract to
Cain Hoy Stable, which is 0'.ned
by Harry F. Guggenheim, does
not permit him to ride without the
Monday is th deadline for
nomination in the one milt 57, 57,-000
000 57,-000 added Antonio Angunola
Clastic for nativts. Tht ract is
tchtdoltd for Aug. 14. Two-ytar-oldt
will carry 102 pounds,
thrtt-y tar-olds 114 and lour-ytar-oldt
and ovtr 124.
Six newcomers are scheduled to
break into the local pony picture
this weekend. Sanctimonious and
Plafon are slated to make their
debut tomorrow. Gong, Don thih thih-to,
to, thih-to, Pasiel Poose and Tricon are
listed to go on Sunday.
Sanctimonious, Pastel 1 o o s e,
Tricon and Brown Betty ar3 a
quartet of American-bred mares
and fillies owned by the Gran;a
La Herradura and trained by Car
los Guillermo MUller.
Brown aetty, which has been
scratched, will not appear on the
Glacial program for lo.norrow.
She was listed as No. 7 in n en entry
try entry with Sanctimonious iNo. Hi.
Tne latter now becomes No. 5
while the Luis H. Farrugu lrain-
ed entry of QnassisjQerveesro wi
Turlites are reminded not to re rely
ly rely exclusively on programs pub published
lished published on this page when making
their nets, since we do not intend
to make any changes on the ori original
ginal original program sent to us by the
Last week we received Lie Pre President
sident President Remon rAcetack's bulletin
dated July. 16 which "listed the fel fel-lowing
lowing fel-lowing scratches from the official
program: Loberia, Lady Edna,
Joyero, Rolna and Edijiburgo.
As a result we eliminated them
from the original program and
changed the numbers sccordiugly
in The Panama American.
The following day, to our vt vt-prise,
prise, vt-prise, all the horses that had
bttn reported scratched wrt
on the official program. Thty
naturally, had to be officially
reported scratched on the days
thty wtrt .seht Mtd to run.
Contusing, Isn't It?
Sanctimonious is a five-year-old
bay daughter of Roman Bo-r.-Pie
Pastel poose is a tour-year om
IN FOR YOUR
bay filly by Market Wise out of v
Jersey Miss. t--c
Tricon, a five-year-old chestnut (
mare by Triplicate-Connie Ci--is
the most impressive of Mullet! I
Plafon, a four-year-old chesinnH
colt Dy Umbala-Nubada, is owned
by Heraclio Barletta and trained
by Larry Tomlinson. This band
some Argentine bred racr has Jf
been bothered by weak underpin-1
nings ever sine his arrival ia
Panama along with Ensombrcl
Gong, an impressive three-year-J
old Argentine-bred black colt by
Moslem-Panfila, is owned by the
Stud Rancho Bravo and trained
by Gabriel P. Gaviria.
Don Chilito, originally named
Contrapaso,- is a three-year old,
chestnut son of Free Worid Koa Koa-tramano
tramano Koa-tramano He is the property .of.,
the Stud La Chorrera and is trp Hi Hied
ed Hied by Alcides Rodriguez.
Spttdy nativt ractr Sandokan
rtturns to action tomorrow af
ttrnoon against a fitld of Out
F nativts. Tht four-yaar-old
chtstnut son of Kayhavtn-Pola
Maid was seriously injured
whi t winning hit last start more
than a ytar ago against Sapris- -tl.
Eros has been sold to the Stud 'I
Hermanos Guanti. Juan Guanti it
his new trainer.. .The Stud Macyi 1
acquired Mikel and turned ''hinjE.
over to Luis Quifiones for tramm tramming.
ing. tramming. (iuillotina is another racer that"1
changed hands this week. Sim if"
now owned by Mrs Ruth V. H.n
ns and Cesar Harm is her
Miss Patience will race without
blinkers beginning this week whfil-t'J
Baudouin, Alamito, Al Justo"'arid!;,
Guillotina will be hooded lor theif
Xistullari has a new trainer,.
Herbert Palmer is now in chargt
of getting him ready.
Heliodoro Gustines will guid
Licenciado in tomorrow's euht.i
rare while Braulio Baeza will bt
aboard Rosenda for SundayJtf-jfAsJ;
10 El Tunchi (e)
Dan Tin' Tin'-Linda
Linda Tin'-Linda Susy-
. Brigh' Spur
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CFII-TV To Feature
New Dramatic Series
Starting Next Week
The top-flight dramatic series
will be added to the CFN-TV
shcedule next week.
Target" which will be shown
Mondays at T:30, ta a collection
of tales about men and women
who find themselves targets for
violence. Adolph Menjou, host and
narrator, will feature a different
Hollywood east each week, among
them such notables as Howard
Duff and Maria Riva.
"Royal Playhouse" win make
Its debut at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
A special show, scheduled for
9 p.m., Saturday. Is "America
Pauses for May, an hour-long
sweep around the United States
narrated by Burgess Meredith.
No fewer than 6 jazz bands join in
an extravagant salute to New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. Other highlights include a
song by Marian Anderson from,
atop a knoll in Yosemite Nation National
al National Park, dancing on a New Eng England
land England wharf by Carol Havey, and
a child's-eye tour of California's
Pacific Ocean Park.
Programs which will end dur during
ing during the week are "Colonel March
of Scotland Yard". "Willy", "This
is thp Life". "Telephone Time",
and "All Star Golf." 'Robin Hood"
will not be included in the CFN
film shipments for the next two
DOZINO TROOPER ROBBED
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UPI)
State police reported with some
embarrassment today the thefl
of $12 in coins from a vending
machine in the barracks of the
state highway patrol. The only
patrolman in the barracks slept
peacefully tnrnuEn tne robbery,
sometime Monday night.
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"Alina" building, two-bedroom
apartments, living-dining room,
air-condittened, hot water instal installation,
lation, installation, maid's room. Independent
wash tuba, elevator, penthouse
for parties, etc. On the ground
floor: two air-conditioned com commercial
mercial commercial sites. Inquire Marichal
Boyd, Office: Peru Ave. No. 57
Tels. 3-6710 and 3-7926.
FOR RENT: Apartments and
rooms, $40.00 and $25.00, Via
Eepana, in front La Gallera,
501 0-A. Tel. 4-0553.
FOR RENTi Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Alhambra
Apartment. 10th Street 8061.
Telephone) 1186, Colin.
FOR RENT; One bedroom
apartment, living, dining room
kitchen, balcony. 50th Street No.
15 (near El Baturro), $72.00.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, livingroom, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, hot water, own blinds,
maid's room, garage, etc. 49th.
Street. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENTh-rUnfurnished, cool,
modern, comfortable two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment'. 50 Street No.
115. Phone: 3-1210.
Rose's Wife Gets
South Of Border
EL PASO, Tex. (UPI) Silver
blonde Joyce Matthews and her
showman ex-husband Billy Rose
were on the "friendliest of terms,"
so she bought him a present in
Juarez, Mexico, just after obtain obtaining
ing obtaining a quickie divorce.
"I haven't a thing to say a-
bout our life together," the
blue-eyed, 39-year-old Miss Mat
thews said after Judge Ignacio
Martinez Auguayo granted her
the divowe and told her an at attorney
torney attorney could pick up the papers
It took the same amount of
time, about 30 minutes, to get the
divorce and to purchase the gift.
Rose did not contest the action
Wednesday, but he was repre
sented by lawyer Amado Jasso
Miss Matthews must complete
a 24-hour stay in Juarez to "es "establish
tablish "establish residence," but the period
was almost over today.
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO S Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
GERMAN ENVOYS MEET
BEIRUT (UPl)Wet German
ambassadors to the Middle East
gathered here today to discus
Communist East Germany's eco
nomic penetration of the Arib
world. The meeting was being
presided over by West Germun
foreign Office Secretary Herivrt
Dittman who rnme here from an
official visit to Iraq.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac two
doer, hardtop, (all 82-3117 e
FOR SALE. 1951 4-door black
Mercury. In good mechanical
condition. Five new tires, tail pipe,
muffler and battery. Leaving
Isthmus $350.00. Phono 2384.
FOR SALE: Plymouth sedan
1952 in good condition, 4 doors,
5 good tires, reasonable priced.
For information call Chinese Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. Tel. 3-3424 er 3-4577
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
FOR SALI: 1955 Pontiac, V-t
hydramatic transmission, 2 -door,
best cash offer, owner leaving;
soon, apply to Hugh Qrr, Gamboa
house 0259-C on the Ridge.
FOR SALI: Sport cars, 1955
Thunderbird, A-1 condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, overdrive, power
seats, etc. House 507 Parita
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford, tudor,
fordomatic, radio, heater, call 2 2-3444.
3444. 2-3444. FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson four
door sedan. Good tiros, a good
car tor transportation. Call 2
3320 or 0428 Frangipanl St.
Apt. C, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl., standar, radio,
heater, undercoat, seat covers,
etc. 1 5,000 miles, leaving for
States, $1550. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, Balboa 1253.
FOR SALI: 1958 Vauxhall sta station
tion station wagon, excellent condition
$1750. 2109 B. Curundu. Phono
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury
Monterey, tudor, hardtop, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Call Balboa 4337.
FOR SALE: Small car Austin 54
perfect condition. Call Sra. Ode Ode-ray,
ray, Ode-ray, 2-1272, from 8-12 noon.
FOR SALE: 1958 Cadillac
Coupe De Ville Pink and Black.
Fully Ex. Colon 1369.
FOR SALE: 1958 Mercury
Montelair, 4oof white tldewall
tires; two-ton blue, approxima approximately
tely approximately 17,000 miles, radio, heater,
power steering, power brakes,
push button control $2700. Call
FOR SALE: 1956 Thunder Thunder-bird,
bird, Thunder-bird, with removeabla hardtop,
continental spare tire, power
steering, Fordomatic, radio, wrw
tires, new paint, tires and brakes.
Call Sgt. Waller, Albrook 2166
or 5296 after five o'clock.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford. Good
condition, good tires, good paint
job, radio. Call 6-318.,
FOR SALE: 14 ft. speed Hull,
fiber glassed, 22 h.p. Mercury,
motor, liscensed for 4. New cham
trailer. Will sell separately or at
unit. Curundu 5227, telephone
after 5 B.m. .,. ,' a- :.. V",
45 foot double planked ex-Navy
boat hull for sale. Asking price
$1000 or make an offer. Com Commander
mander Commander Taylor, Navy 2553.
You Can Invest
in Slocks & Bonds
Inquiries solicited from serious investors.
Send coupon by Air Mail without obligation.
We do not offer or recommend unseasoned
or speculative securities.
S340 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami g, Florida PL 4-462S
Investment QUALITY it our first consideration
Please Send Information by Air Mail About
Investing in Sound U.S. Securities for
D Growth of Capital
a Liberal Income Now
Outright Purchases a
Installment Investment Plans a
FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by the
truekload. Call 2-2641. ; i
FOR SALE: Leaving for States.
Norge Freezer, WeetingheuM
frigidairo, Dodge '56, duty paid,
25,500 miles. Telephone i i-1813.
1813. i-1813. FOR SALE: Dinette tot. for formica,
mica, formica, wrought iron with 6 chain
$60.00; two chain, overstuffed
foam cushions, $35.00 each. 2
piece sofa foam, $75.00; chest
of drawon $10.00; 2 desks,
$10.00 each; baby height .chain
$5.00. Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: Air conditioner
h p. Emerson, 9 months old,
$125.00, Hi-Fi record player, 4
spaed, one year eld $50.00. Cad
FOR SALE: 8 rolls of rope. 1
inch, I'i, 19c. per pound,
2 twin beds with spring, $50.00;
1 radio for bus, $15.00; 1
double bed with spring, $50.00;
one set of Encyclopedia Book, 1 0
vehtme with dictionary, $70.00.
FOR SALE: 1 Ooodsell-Wil-liamson
Amplifier. 1 Goodsell Goodsell-Williamson
Williamson Goodsell-Williamson Pre-Amp (matched).
1 Fisher Tuner. Model FM 80.
1 Garrard Transcription Motor
Turntable. Model 301. 1 Gray
Viscus Arm. 1 G.E. Diamond Va Variable
riable Variable Reluctance Style. 1 Wil Wil-sox
sox Wil-sox Gay "Imperial Reeordio"
Tap Recorder. 1 Elecfro-Voie
Slimalr Dynamic Microphone,
Model 636. 1 Motorola HI Ft
Console Record Player. All brand
items. Navy 3723.
FOR SALE: Girls' 26" bicycle.
Tel. 2-4416, house 1534-A,
Calabash St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Otter coat medium
tixe, original cost $500.00, mutt
toll for $175.00. 43rd Street
Experts m TV. radio. HI-FI and
Wo do mora Work, bee use w
do ft the beat.
Tiveli Avenue No. 1 1-10.
and lasting repair.
Phone S-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. t 10 P.M.
Prefect your horn and proper property
ty property against inaeet da ma go.
Prompt scientific treatment on
v emergency or snonthh hudget
'basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Coloa 1777.
FOR RENTi Confortable room
for student. Uruguay Street and
48th Tel. 3-6506.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2nd.
Ave. San Francisco No. 64, eata
Maria, Tel. 3-7784.
Safely by Mail
of U.S. Companies
WITH THE U.S.A. SECURITIES A
BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA
BY THE FIDELITY ft CASUALTY
CO. OF NEW YORK
AIR MAIL CLIENTS IN CUBA.
PUERTO RICO, CANADA. WALY
OI SALI: Hotiaehele' foeeS,
leevias Hi lariimat. Hone 6441
U Riot, talaeaTel. 2-2672.
FOR SAllj Notthi Sueemeva
wira maerilM ia Moai deak
eeoinet, excellent cene'rriea.
$100.00 or nearoet offer. Kone
FOR SALE: Small refrrf orator,
household artfclo. H
FOR SALI: Overtteffee' tiring
room tot, now eofldltiee ane
oorch tot row Guatemalan fur furniture,
niture, furniture, cIims. lalbea 445,
mora in t.
FOR SALI: Fraajoair refrloera refrloera-for.
for. refrloera-for. Seed runninf condition, $50.
May be aeoir at 042S Frantioenl
St., Apart. C. Ancon.
FOR SALI 4 tumor ga trove
with even ana broiler, raetiealhr
row. Calle "H No. 1126, first
floor, Aat. I.
FOR SALI: Larf dlnlngroem
fable, 1 0 chair buffet wonderful
condition, mutt soil, $125.00;
parakeet and case. $20.00; tola
$35 00; S Rattan tablet tte tte-down
down tte-down typo, $25.00;' email and
tablet. $8.00. Phono lalbea 2
DRAWIR "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.X.
FHONI BALBOA 1709.
HILF WANT ID: Civil Ingl.
Rears and draftsmen with high highway
way highway experience. Write Box 4356.
WANTED: Correspondent, ap apply
ply apply Falkard Zona Libre, S.A.,
WANTIDi Ixporlenced office
olork with knowlodga of aeaeunt aeaeunt-mg,
mg, aeaeunt-mg, apply Park ere1, Zona Libra,
S.A., Tel. 1920;
Loam Spanish with Mr. Rome Rome-re's
re's Rome-re's prtctleal eonvereational 4th
of July Ave. Tl -352 apartment
10. phn 2-1021.
Locks Power Conversion Near Finish;
Conversion to 60-cycle current
of all frequency sensitive equip equipment
ment equipment and machinery on the
Panama Canal Locks neared
completion this week as the
Consolidated International Elec
tric Company got ready to wind
up work on the west lane at
Conversion at Oatun was
started May 25 on the east lane
and the work transferred June
29 to the west lane. The con
tractors, working slightly ahead
of schedule, are expected to
have all work, except for minor
details, completed by the end
of this week. The Oatun Locks
west lane will be opened te
traffic shortly thereafter.
The largest single lob In the
power conversion program, the
$2,000,000 locks conversion con contract
tract contract was awarded to the Con-
I Door Sedan
4 Door RM
4 Door Sedan
AND MANY OTHER
SM00T & PAREDES
FOR SALI Lot 500 a4 1.000
met era, fa Hm Naove Hipedroato
Urbanlaatio- ecree the Remea
Rac arrack. All tort frith erree
fro net, tewaf. water main and
electricity.- CaR W. Mclaraott.
FOR SALI: Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
largo kitchen, pantry, maid't
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garaga, land 1 .800
m. 9th. Street Ms. 21. San
FOR SALI: Large 2 bedroom
bout furnished in! Santa Clara
near beach with guest cabin, easy
paymentt. Called 1-4569 Pane-
FOR SALI r House at Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, ouiek tal. bast offer over
$3,000.00. Leaving the Isthmus,
lalbea, Tel. 2-2672.
FOR SALI: Property on 4th of
July, Ave, tower fleer k now
occupied by Swift V Co., eleven
other apartments are in the tame
main building No. T1-132. Throo
ar also 16 spaces and apartments
all rented1 in the roar of the main
building, also a large space of
land that can bo built on. The
rentalt will pay for the entire
property In about 1 5 yean at the
present rentalt. There it alto a
large apace of land that can be
built on. Owner it usually at his
office en torn property daily or
phone Hcpklnt. Balboa 2966.
WANTIDi Hotel Rootvh
want, te sublet kitehen. Apply
WANTID: Target pistol, 22 fa
gooel condition. Reasonable price,
writ box 99, Diablo Height.
WANTED: Radio trumftor and
apnar or cli
communication reeeljrer," oalj 2-
Sacrctary-itanograpfar or clerk clerk-typkt,
typkt, clerk-typkt, British, open for Imme Immediate)
diate) Immediate) engagement. Box $-134.
WANTED: A good eook and
housekeeper. Good salary, San
Francisco, CaR Novena. Caaa
No. 41 altot, Tel. I $111,
Business trip to tha intrlerf Rett
a dependable Hertacar from Fies Fiesta
ta Fiesta Car Rental. Tal. 3-456S.
Lobby II Panama Hilton.
Deadline At Gatun
solldated International Electric
Company in 1957.
Preliminary work on an ex experimental
perimental experimental basis was carried
out on the Pacific locks in 1958
and actual conversion work was
started early in 1959. Both sets
of Pacific locks were completed
In May of this year.
The only other work yet to
be aone vx connection" with
the lock conversion project
by Consolidated International
Electric, is tha conversion of
a locks caisson and some
overhaul equipment. The sec second
ond second locks caisson, converted
to 60-cycle current by W. A.
Rogers, is -now being tested at
Gatnn Locks. The two cais caissons
sons caissons are, in effect, large
floating locks gates which
are used to block the flow of
water when the look cham chambers
bers chambers -ar .emptied.
The locks conversion contract
included the conversion of all
frequency sensitive appliances,
machines, and equipment for
all three sets of locks and the
Miraflores Bridge. A total of
433 bid items were listed in the
The project wns a complex
task during which the con contractor
tractor contractor was required to sched schedule
ule schedule the work to avoid interfer interference
ence interference with normal operation of
tne locks to the extent possible
and to convert the lanes at
eaoh set of locks separately.
Other power eonver s i o n
project work still to be start started
ed started Includes conversion of a
geenrator at the Gatun Hy Hydroelectric
droelectric Hydroelectric Station, the con conversion
version conversion of the locks locomo locomotive
tive locomotive tracks after the new tow towing
ing towing locomotives are received,
and voltage correction on the
Conversion work now belna
completed is the installation of
remote control and relaying
system for the power system
which is being done under con
tract by the Abright Electric
Construction company. Termi
nation of this work la achedul
ed for October or November ef
ARAM tl$UMI RILATION$
AMMAN. Jordan (UPD-Arab
League Secretary General Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed 'Hassouna announced
today that diplomatic relations
will be resumed "soon" between
Jordsn and the United Aarab Re-
Sublic, and the bordera between
ordan and the United Arab Re-
?ublic,. and the borders between
he two countries will be reopened.
By SAM SHULSKY
O. We mre both nt sn have
been thinking of starting to invest
iur retirement, dui nave Deen ad advised
vised advised by a broker that this was
not the time 'to begin becsuse of
the exceptionally high m a r k et,
and that a break was riu at mv
time. We thought of starting by
n uicna lu hue Uiulftcl
hag been "due" for several ysars.
But it has always been restricted
to relatively small dips iollowed
Dy even ongger savances.
I don't know which way this
market is headed.
But I do know you are several
years late in starting an invest investment
ment investment program.
i flon't think you have to put
all your available cash into the
market todav. Rut T wnnlri nut
some in, fixing the purchase a-
mount si a level wnich you cin
hope to maintain at regular in intervals
tervals intervals up to retirement. I am
senamg you ust of some quality
O. MV mother was rnnenrtv
widowed. Having strone memnrirs
of 1929, she's wary about stocks,
but I finally persuaded her to
make a small investment a a-bout
bout a-bout $500. My first choice is Fire Firestone
stone Firestone preferred. Or would Paeifie
T. and T. or Hersheft bev bettijr.
Virtually all her funis are in
a. l don t see how you could
pick anything much safer than
Firestone nrefrrri t fn.st- 4aa
$4.50 annual dividend the compa
Albrook Moves Info Lead
In PAF Basketball Loop
Watch out for tnose high flyint
Albrook Flyers. That's the. cr
around the PAF basketball scene
at the moment as the Flyers
have moved into first place af after
ter after winning their sixth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive game last night, trampling
the Army Atlantic Falcons on
on the: litter's court 90-73; :;
Coupled with a 67-63 upsef Vic Victory
tory Victory by the Navy All-Stars over
the Kobbe Regulars, the Flyers
now boast a 6-2 league record.
The Regulars, affter winning
their first four in a row, nave
dropped two straight and are
5-2, one-half game behind.
The defending PAF champions
are now playing the same type
ball that Emimett Bryant and com
pany displayed last year in com compiling
piling compiling a 19-1 league mark.
Long Lon Stepehenson was the
Girls 16, Boys 13
Gilrs took the lead away from
the boys during 1. the week that
ended on July 20 at borgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. The score was 16 girls, as
opposed to 13 boys.
Daughters were born to L,t.
and Mrs. A. J. Gabrysh, of Al Albrook;
brook; Albrook; Fr. and Mrs. B.S. Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, of Paraiso; M-Sgt. and
Mrs. M. A. Fradel, of Albrook;
Mr. and Mrs. F. Barker, of Pa
nama; Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Bryan, of Panama; M-Sgt. and
Mrs. G. R. Olves, of Fort Clay
ton; Sfc and Mrs. R. W. Radke,
of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. J
F. Amburgey, of Balboa; Mr, and
Mrs. R. E. Budreau, of Los
Rios; Pfc and Mrs. H. W. Dunn,
of Panama: A-lc and Mrs. L,
Gonzalez, of Locona: S-Set. and
Mrs. c. c. OBnen, of Locona;
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Atkinson, of
Ancon; Sgt. and Mrs. R. A Bur
ton, of Cocoll; S-Sgt and Mrs.
G. J. Presbruch, of Locona; and
Sfc and Mrs. Z. G. Wise, of
Parents of sons are Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Henry, of Panama:
Lt. and Mrs. J. j, van Cott, of
Fort Amador; Mr. and Mrs. O.
Zephyrine, of' Colon; Capt and
Mrs. R. H. De Boisblanc, of
Albrook; Sic and Mrs. J. D.
Spence, of Quarry Heights; Mr
and Mrs. J. M. bomez. of Rous
seau; Mr. and Mrs. E. Ti A.
Sterrett, of Panama; S-Sgt. and
Mrs. c W. Campbell, of Locona;
M-Set. and Mrs. M. W. Kitch
ens, of Fort Calyton; Pfc and
Mrs. J Terry, of Panama; Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Collier, of Coco Cocoll;
ll; Cocoll; Sgt. and Mrs. D. L. Stock Stock-dale,
dale, Stock-dale, of Fort Kobbe; and Lt
Col. and Mrs. B, G. Taylor, Jr.,
of Fort Kobbe.
During this ssme period, a to total
tal total of 204 patients were admitted
to Gorgss Hospital and 164 v pa
tients were euscnargea.
"SICIttlON" JMLL. ADOPTED
MONTGOMERY Ala, UPKV UPKV-The
The UPKV-The Alabama senate today
adonted a bill which would per
mit schools to "secede" from the
state public school ystem if faced
with integration.; The measure
provides that any school threat
ened with a- racial crisis may
withdraw from the school system
and set up its own system to be
financed with local xunaa.
ny earned only $2,688 per share)
last year and only $715.20 in tha
first quarter this year.
However, as you yourself point
OUt it 1 a fiveri violH Inj ..n
not be increased. Both Pacific T
ana i. ana Hershey are top grade
If most of her funds are in E
bonds she'll have to switch out
of them if she needs current in income.
come. income. Q. About six years ago I got
into these companies. I really
know nothing about them and
haven't heard anything, either:
Consolidated Uranium, Lake Otter
Uranium, K3ng Oil and Cog Mi Mineral.
neral. Mineral. A. The most recent prices I
can find are less than a penny
share on the Consolidated Ura..
mum, about $0 a share on tha
u ng 1?ll,yInc" (assuming you
nave the Delaware company); and
about $1.25 tho Pno
rals. See no price on Lake Otter I
It seems to me from your let 1 1
ter that you have no more busi- l
ueas in mese StOCKs than I hi r
in the ballet.
Q. I have 15 shares of East Eastman
man Eastman Kodak. Do I keep the old
shares or shall I exchange them
for the new?
A.-When a stock is split (Kodak
was split two for one as of
March 9) you have no choice. Af After
ter After an interval the old stock
disappears and you have the Now.
You should have received addi'io addi'io-al
al addi'io-al certificates. There is no choict
ci 'lUt tte ld t
goes off the board.
oig man last night, garnering hit
highest point total of the year
11 14 &
the field goal route, as he eol-
u l.1! or 18 ltrle from tha
charity line. Jerry Patrie eonti eonti-nued.;hjs
nued.;hjs eonti-nued.;hjs superb play tt forward,
and scored 23 points. Lloyd Hop!
wood dropped in; 19 and Bill A A-gan
gan A-gan 10 as the tallest, best round-
d Ti c 'ca8ue ruuea on.
Russell Johnson was high for the
losers with 16 markers.
xne wavy All-Stars continued to
menace the other league mem-
s, as they dropped the Regu
, rvg niuj uieir
-r VT mucis MasCRK
played his best floor game of th
oyn iur me stars, nitting 9
points. Ail of the other foui
also with Melvin Wilt getting 12
severs nuiing 11.
wui continued to
master the backboards which
meant the difference against the
fast breaking Regulars. The high
rw?g & Bave Howard
Charlie William, were held to 13
Points .between the. Th lr.t.
ry moved the Navy five up to a
.. w .wiui me uayton
Cavahers,; tovfeams have 4-3
The CavaHers, with 30.6 point"
practically guaranteed from Skin
Kroeger, face the Kobbe Resu-
ra on tne cavalier court, Fri Friday
day Friday night. The Amador Troopers
winners of two one-point games!
are at home against the Navy
five. Both games are important
fiVtrl initio ... i .
H tfi.e,Ser JKobb w Ama Amador
dor Amador should win.
9 Tons Of Assorted
Mela! Up For Bids
By Canal Company
Clean. unrinnM. nntnaUA ml
per, brass small arms snd clean
fired rifle shells, aluminum in insets
sets insets and Conner fir AVtinaiiUh.
ers are among the 23 items on
wmcn Dias are Demg accepted
both at the office of the super-
mienaent, storenouse Branch, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, and at the office of the 1
Chief of the Procurement Divl-
T.. xr i. r J ii T
oiuu, new lun upeiauuns, piew
York Citv. The Realm) MH m
be in before 10:30 a.im, on Au-
Prosmectlve biddnrs hav m
view the orooertv on hI hoWaoa
the hours of 7 to 11 a.m. and
from 12 noon to 4 p.m. on
Mondays through Fridays, ex extent
tent extent bnlirls vr hv rnntnrtfn a tha
foreman. Salvase Section. Balboa
Morenouse. upon request, sam samples
ples samples will be furnished to prospec prospective
tive prospective bidders for testing purposes.
The Item a that win on in Hi
highest, bidders weigh a total of
vuu,9w pounas. included in the
items being offered j are No. I
heavv ennmer' No. 1 nnnr wim-
light copper; brass shell cases
wimoui f, primers; orsss smau
arms and rifle shells, clean fired;
vallnw hrata rn. mUhuuIiIm
or red brass; light brass; brass
pipe; old rolled brass; mixed
heavy Copper; aluminum, In in
gots r; crass ana oronze porings;
hraas and bronze uniVinlncm- hat.
tery plates; battery lugs; scrap 4
ieaa neavy son; ieaa strippa-
mgs; ieaa aross; manganese
bronze lollds; antimonial lead; ani
copper firs extanguishers.
TOD4T, JTLT li, 1959
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INUCTrNDFNT DAILY NFWSPAPP
THI ITORY OF MARTHA WAYNI
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Admiral And General Scared
Into Silence On Aid Waste
WASHINGTON, July 24 (UPI) An admiral and a ganaral wtra
afraid to tall Congras publicly about alleged waste in the military
aid program becaue of possible reprisals. Rep. Otto E. Passman
(D.-La.) said today.
Passman, chairman of the House appropriation! subcommittee on
foreign aid, said the officers told him privately that the Defense De Department
partment Department was "forcing" certain countries to accept more weapons and
aquipment than they could use.
1 But he said they feared "charges of insubordination might result
If they should testify pubiiciy
Passman's comments were con
Uined in previously-secret testi testimony
mony testimony made public today.
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industry's XP bony-Claim
Disproved, Union States
He did not identify the two
further except to say they held
the rank of major general and
rear admiral and are currently
serving in military aid missions
Passman said his subcommit subcommittee's
tee's subcommittee's investigations show "al "almost
most "almost unpardonable" practices in
the military aid program.
Most of the alleged irregulari irregularities
ties irregularities were uncovered by investiga investigators
tors investigators for t he General Accounting
office (GAO), which acts as a
congressional watchdog over gov government
ernment government spending.
In the testimony,, GAO witnesses
testified their inquiry had been
hampered by the refusal of the
Defense Department and the .in .international
ternational .international Cooperation Adminis Administration
tration Administration (JCA) to provide reports
and other information.
Comptroller General Joseph
Campbell called the refusal "one
of the most serious things that
could happen in government."
He said investigations showed
a "pattern of loose, lax admi administration
nistration administration runs through the en entire
tire entire complex" of America's for foreign
eign foreign aid program.
Campbell agreed with one con congressman
gressman congressman that 1CA has had too
much money to spend properly.
"If they had had a billion do'iars
less or a half billion dollars, less,"
he said. "They might have been
able to handle it better than they
The GAO investigators also re revealed
vealed revealed the contents of a report by
a Defense Department inspection
team last November.
It admitted that "millions of
dollars" worth of war supplies
had been wasted in South Korea.
NEW YORK (UPI) United
Steelworkers President David J.
McDonald said yesterday that
the climb in the cosi-of -Jiving jo
a record high last month had
wrecked the steel indiisrtrs stand
"The sight of the cost-of-living
rising and steel profits soaring
hand -in-hand, explodes beyond re repair
pair repair the steel industry's phony
argument that wage increases
cause inflatioB,";he said.
McDonald referred to figures
released in Washington Wedneg-
day by the Labor Department,
which showed the cost-of living
thad recorded its sliarpest in increase
crease increase in 15 rmonibs in June;
"Here is irrefutable evidence
that wages are in no way respon responsible
sible responsible for cost-of-living rises," said
McDonald. "The soaring profits
demonstrate that the steel indus industry
try industry can well afford the economic
improvements absolutely neces necessary
sary necessary for its employes to maintain
a decent American standard of
McDonald made the statement
shortly before leaving here by
plane for Pittsburgh.
The union chief will return
here in time for next Monday's
joint meeting that was arranged
bv Federal Mediator Joseph F.
Finnegan. It will be the first
joint session since the strike of
500,000 steelworkers in 24 states
began July 15.
The 12 steel companies had no
immediate answer to the state statement
ment statement issued by McDonald Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. They have insisted in con contract
tract contract negotiations that the union
forego wage increases as an anti anti-inflation
inflation anti-inflation step.
"The profits of the industry
ire so fantastic as its claim that
earned contract improvements
cause inflation," said McDonald.
.''Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.,
one of the 12 major firms em embarked
barked embarked on the phony crusade
against inflation, reports earnings
for the first six months of this
year seven time higher than the
returns, of a year ago. This is
only a beginning. Indications are
that profit returns for the indus industry
try industry may this year be double the
best previous vear in history."
The industry, he said, still per
sists in the "pious hypocrisy that
profits are not high wi6ugh, that
its workers can not hare in its
trenwndouaprojpertTy on the just
basis' of protrBCuvity which made
that prosperity possible.
"the steel industry says that
it is willing to raise wages if
'the workers, will generate pros prosperity
perity prosperity for the industry,"' said
M Donald. "The profit record
shows' that the workers of the in industry
dustry industry have more than met that
'requirement in advance."
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Venezuela's Parley Proposals Snap At tru
WASHINGTON, July 24 (UPI) (UPI)-Venezuela
Venezuela (UPI)-Venezuela proposed today that the
21 American foreign ministers con consider
sider consider ways of enforcing human
rights nd representative govern governments
ments governments in the western hemisphere
when they meet in Santiago next
The measure proposed was evi evidently
dently evidently aimed at the Dominican
Republic and other regimes Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela accuses of violating these
two principles of the OAS charter.
O'Brien On Leave;
Randolph M, Wlkinstad, as
slstant superintendent of the
Terminals Division, will act as
superintendent' during the ab absence
sence absence of Edward B. O'Brien Jr.,
it has been announced by the
Transportation and Terminals
O'Brien started annual leave
this week and will return to his
duties In August after a short
trip to the United States.
FROGMEN DRIVEN BACK
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) The'
defense ministry reported to today
day today that an undisclosed number
of Chinese Red frogmen landed
on nationalist held Quemoy off offshore
shore offshore island last night but were
driven off by Nationalist gunfire,
It was the first report this year
of operations by Communist frog frogmen
men frogmen against any of the offshore
today nnny7 TODAY
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BY REQUEST OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC!
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The Venezuelan amendment to
the conference's draft agenda
was submitted to the OAS council
by Ambassador Marcos Falcon
The council met to confirm Au August
gust August 12 as the opening date for
the foreign ministers meeting,
called primarily to prevent war
in the Caribbean.
Falcon notified the council that
his government's proposal has
been sent to the secretary-gener-
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al of the OAS, Dr. Jose A. Mora.
in accordance with the rules of
procedure governing the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming conference. Members, were
given until Monday to propose it items
ems items for the agenda.
The United States announced
that Secretary of .State Christian
Herter plans to attend.
U.S. delegate John Drier said
Herter would go to Santiago un unless
less unless some overriding consideration
such as an unexpected, important
development at the Geneva con conference
ference conference or a possible summit
Drier's statement "was designed
to assure the Latin American del.
egates that the United States is
giving top level attention to hem
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