The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Cpmfftissary Forgeries Get

Manager 3 Years Suspended

American Erling B. Verner, 47, former manner of tho Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Commissary pleaded guilty to three -separate charges of for forgery
gery forgery today at US District Court, Ancon, and received a three year
suspended sentence to Gaaboa Penltentary.
He wag also placed on five years probation by the court.
Verner, veteran of more than 18 years service, with tho Pan Pan-ami
ami Pan-ami Canal Company, was specifically charged with forging three
commissary refund receipts between June 29 and July 16.
The three receipts involved I District Attorney Roland' Haz-
h TfiinH of 156.89 and lard in making his recommenda-

the names forged were those of
"R. Taylor," C. Johnson" and
"C. Edwards.
Almough Vernor wet charged
only with tho three forgeries,
the district attorney's report to
the court sld investigation had
revealed a total of 54 refund re re-Mipts
Mipts re-Mipts had boon forged by the
Diablo manager between June
15, -1957-and July U, 1959, in in-vtvlng
vtvlng in-vtvlng a total of $90.U.
Penro Judges
News
Should Be Aired
Tom Panama iudces and an in-
dmtrialist asrreed vesterday that
erjmM should' be given full cover-
Ht. w uib pm.
Juvonile Judge aara -fionjalez
Benrmger saio mi tuipwui wm
the theory that the publication of
erime news .constitutea -a giorm giorm-cation
cation giorm-cation of .crime."
Mi's Gonzalez said that some
rfirritinn should be used in these
nnhlications. but she totally, disv
agreed that they should be up-
pressed.
Judge. Apelardo- Hewera, of the
frifth -Circuit Courts said that the
publication f crime news help to

. avoid the violation or tnc taws wun,

f fmnt h Herrera ana Mrs-.
fcebringer wer 1m echoe "by
Jorge Income, presioeni, w iu
Panama Society of Industrialists,
and Attorney General Hermogenes
de Ja jRosa.
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that minors were responsible tr
I5 per cent of the Jobberies com-1
mmea.m rmm. ; ,.(,
VWt like National fcr U a r U 1
Chief Col. Bolivar Vallarino, how-
ever, mames most oi wu1:
itiH nMtv thefts on me no
that the population has mcreasea
while the number of units m their
organization has., remained tne
same'over a perioo oi
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personnel pi m ium zj?
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ArmV S NeW KOOOr
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Developers Claim
WASHINGTON (UP1) The
Irmv hat develooed an1 "ultra
sensitive raaar wmcn cn i"i
"he sUghtest..,movement" beh nd
enemy lines ana even ohuujuimi
btHii walkins: man and a
woman.
A i soldier crawling on the
ground two miles away can not
onlv be "seen" but "heard,"-the
Army said today.
Wstnlaininc how a radar opera-
w Mn riutlneuiih a woman from
a man on the radar scope, an
Army spokesman saw a woman
walks differently from t man and
produces a different wave on the
radar.
"TV. 1tt develoDment will
pfdvWe the Army with the only
round-to-grouhd radar which can
Siiteet movini targets at such
Idas; rsnge and which can operate
ta fog or darkness,'' tne announce
ment said.
whii tho aversee distance for
spotting a-soldier in typical battle
terrain has been: two miles, the
Armv M that in one test under
' Ideal conditions a walking soldier
was seen 13 mues away.
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Panama's Deficit
Predicted To Hit
" Informed sources predicted yes-1
trdav that Panama's fiscal defi
cit it the end o this year will not
be less than $8,000,000, since 'the
government's income for this year
viwill only De.aoout i3z,uuv,uuu.
1 This yeaf's budget had been ex-
jtimated at ?6i,ou,wo. ,
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"I- At a result of the obvious defi
4 cit, efforts will be made4 to cut
. .- hext year's budget to 157,000,000,

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tion of sentence, pointed out that
conviction would result in Vern-

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nal Company employment, and loss
of ultimate federal retirement be benefits.
nefits. benefits. Verner, who has an unblemish
ed past record, was represented
in court by Vi. J. Sheridan, Jr,
No defense was presented in his
behalf.
Grey haired and impeccably
groomed, the defendant stood
erect and impassive before the
bar as sentence was pronounced.
Under the Canal Zone code,
forgery can bo punished by
maximum sentence of 14
years in the penitentary.
After ordering restriction of the
stolen money, Judge Guthrie B
frnwe fnllnumri th Hi strict attnr.
Uey's recommendation, sentencing
verner to one year in me pem-
Ueatary on each forgery count.
Execution of sentence, howtv
r, was suspended and Varn-
or placed on five years proba
tion.
Crowe said the required Canal
7nne tnnnfhlv
robation report
would wtliv,
in event Vern
er leaves both the ; Canal Zone
and Panama,
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Fin
Sara Ortega de Cid,, 45-year-
old Panamanian woman for'
merly employed as a maid In
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in, aiotook ome, was convict-
ed of petty larceny in Balboa
Magistrate's Court toda' and
innea. sou,
TV., theft. if fin In iirrenv
from his Albrook quarters was
reported by SSgt. Scott J.
ir.n r.i itai the
money was frst missed. Upon
qUMtionlng by police the maid
sal(J hftd found the money
on the floor of the home. She
voluntarily led police -to her
own? nome' ana reiumea tne
I um
Originally charged with a
felonv. the housemaid .could
have been sentenoad to the
I ii i-i 4 1 Av.ha
But yesterday the prosecuting
attorney's office asked a dls-
missal of the felbny charge in
favor of the lesser nettv iar.
cen yonense, ana sne was teen
nically charged with the theft
of $49 "-
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Member Of Cuban Invasion Force

Makes Escape From Tocumen Jail

The National Guard revealed to today
day today that a Cuban under arrest for
artiiMHnn in the attempted in
vasion of Panama last April es
caped Tuesday mght worn ine ine-tional
tional ine-tional Guard jailhouse at Tocu
men.
He was identified as Gilberto Be Be-tiianrmirt
tiianrmirt Be-tiianrmirt Chacon. 26. No, details
on how he escaped were given.
He was one et tne w -bans
who ware "P
Nombr, de Dlos while saap saap-ln,
ln, saap-ln, the effieef the town's
Police Judge. This- trio e"d
three others were not P"0"
by Panama along with the eth ethers
ers ethers who surrendered uncondi unconditionally
tionally unconditionally on May 1? Nombre de
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torney Dario Sandoval handed
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which permitted the pardoning of
the 89 Cubans wno surremimcu.
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Meanwhile, the Panama govern
ment yesterday turned down
Cuban request for the extradition
of Ramon Calvifio, a former of official
ficial official of the Cuban military intel intelligence
ligence intelligence corps under deposed dic dictator
tator dictator Fulgencio Batista.
Calvipo is charges by tho gov government
ernment government of Premier Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro of causing the death of sev seven
en seven students.
In rejecting the extradition re
quest, the Panama government
said the charge against caivino
was political and ordered police
surveillance ever the Cuban exile
to end.
Gunmen In Havana
hnnf If Oilf
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With PoficeWards
HAVANA. July 30 (UPD
Troops guarding city nau snot
it out with uniaentiiiea,. gun gunmen
men gunmen in a passing' car last night.
No one is known to have been
iniured in the gun battle.
The nonce radio broadcast a
description of the gunmen's car,
but early today there was no
indication that it naa oeen
located.
The attack on city hall was
the latest reported incident of
"counter-revolutionary activity"
aimed at Premier Fidel Castro's
rebel reeime. Scores of persons
have been arrested in various
narts of Cuba ln recent wekes
on charges oi plotting against
the government. :
An unspecified number of
persons were arrested Tuesday
night m Matanzai on cnarges
of sabotaging the city's electric
supply by throwing a weighed
cable over a power line and
short circuiting it.
Cuktoms agents checking
longshoreman's it searched the
US freightre Sixaola yesterday
for anti-Castro propaganda, but
iflvnd qmy a number ot copies
of a Venezuelan pamphlet on
tropical diseases.
US Navy Syb
Transits Canal
1 The US Navy submarine llt
dregal transited the Canal to
day and tied up at Rodman
Station for a brief vi3it. The
submarine, which came here
from Norfolk., Va.. will leave
early tomorrow, afternoon to
continue to Pearl Harbor to
loin the Pacific Fleet.
The Medregal, which displaces
1570 tons, is commanded by Lt
Cdr. O. E. Woods. The crew in
clude 78 officer! and men.

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'Queen EIizabelhr
Again After Repairs
NEW YORK, July 80 (UPD
Emergency crews early today
completed repairs to the Queen
Elizabeth's collision damage so
the Cunard liner could sail
again ion her interrupted voy voyage
age voyage to Europe.
The Elizabeth, dented in a
brush with the United States
lines freighter American Hunter
off the harbor entrance yester
day, was scheduled to sail again
at 6 am, but fog, which caused
the collision, closed in on the
harbor a few hours before that
time and the line said the sail
Ling might again be delayed.
The American Hunter, in
bound from Europe with six
passengers, had its bow stove
in bv its brush wUh the liner
eight times its sire. It anchor anchored
ed anchored in the bay for tnc night
and planned to dock at 6 am.
No one' aboard either vessel
was injured.
The Elizabeth had sloped on
encountering the fog, had re reversed
versed reversed engines wun lt spotted
the American Hunter on radar,
and was dead ln the water at
the moment of impact, thr.
Cunard line said. It said the
frsighter. was moving very slow
ly.
"For horns were blasting ln
all directions," said Lt. Gen.
James Van Fleet, one of the
1959 Dassengers who had sailed
only 90 minutes before on the
Queen Elizabeth.

US Negro Jazz Musician Threatens He'll
Quit Red-Run Vienna World Youth Festival

VIENNA (UPI) A young
American Negro jazz musician
who threatened to resign as a del delegate
egate delegate to the Communist-run
World Youth Festival war beaten
up last night by festival
guards, it was disclosed today.
Wime null, 27, oi wew naven,
Conn., was attacked when he tried
to Dhotocraph guards roughing up
another delegate outside festival
headquarters the anti-Communist
international news bureau said.
The bureau charged that six
guards converged on Ruff,
knocked bis camera out of his
hands, and then attacked him
,Ruff. "fed up" with the way the
festival was being run, had pre
pared a letter of resignation,

Powder Keg'
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Pilots Okay
2-Off; 1-On
PC Schedule
A newly proposed duty sched
ule assuring Panama Canal pilots
two days off weekly was approv
ed last night at a meeting of tlv
Canal Zone Pilots' Association.
The new plan calls for pilots
to work two consecutive days and
be off the third. Use of the new
schedule was delayed a week while
pilots discussed it among them
selves ana with Panama canal
Company officials.
Tho statement by the pilots'
association however, noted the
pilots' continued basis objection
to work overloads such as those
experienced during tho recent
Canal traffic (am. It said:
'We still strenuously object to
repeat transists because of the
excessively long hours involved
without adequate rest between
transits.
"However, wa do appreciate
the opportunity for definitely es established
tablished established days off on which wa
will not be subject to call to
duty and for the first time In
over six weeks we will be able
to plan some personal activities
on at least two evenings a week.
"The conference on Wednesday
with Capt. Hughes, Marine Direc Director,
tor, Director, and Edward Doolan, Person Personnel
nel Personnel Director, resulted in the adop adoption
tion adoption of the proposal being left to
the discretion of the pilots. At the
meeting Wednesday night, this
proposal was approved by the pi-
a temporary measure only due to
the excessively long hours and
strain involved in the repeat tran transits."
sits." transits." Despite the approval for the
plan, Capt. Harold T. Longmore,
pilots' association head, said it
"will not solve the basic problem
of too few pilots for two many
ships."
The new duty schedule for pi pilots
lots pilots followed yesterday's diclosure
of correspondence between Ca
nal Zone Gov. William E. Potter
and Sen. Warren G. Magnuson
regarding the recent Canal bot bottleneck
tleneck bottleneck and pilots' complaints a a-bout
bout a-bout overworking.
Mediators, Steel
Industry Spokesmen
Resume Strike Talks
NEW YORK, July 30 (UPD
Federal mediators resumed talks
with representa t i v e s of the
strike-bound steel industry to today.
day. today. They unexpectedly cancel cancelled
led cancelled them yesterday for secret
meetincs on "other1 asDects" of
the strike which has shut down
85 percent of the nation's steel
capacity for 18 days.
Federal mediation director
Joseph F. Finnegan was not
present at a meeting with
striking United Steelworkers ot
America (USW) leaders here
vesterday. A late ofternoon ses
sion with industry suoicestvien
and a scheduled press confer conference
ence conference were canre.led.
The President declined yes yesterday
terday yesterday to comment on the
strike situation or the recently
renoited record Drofits of the
stee! companies, but he said
Mitchell ''la keeping in touch
with everything he can, assem assembling
bling assembling every fact, as a matter
of fact he is analyzing all of
the historical events of past
strikes and giving to me that
kind Of information." Tne pres president
ident president said Mitchell "sees me
every day."
"I can't stand any more of
this," he told the anti-Red agency.
Ruff came to Vienna from Mos
cow where ne ana anmner jazz
musician had made a big hit wit
the Russians in major concert
halls and at impromptu street
concerts.
Festival guards have been try try-insr
insr try-insr to keeD newsmen from cover
ing the convention. Ferdinand
Wimmer of United Press Interna
tional was thrown out of the
erounds Tuesday after climbing a
fence In an attempt to get to U.S.
delegation headquarters.
Life photographer Robert Lack
enbach's press pass was revoked
by the Communists who charged
he had "attacked one ot tneir

Congress Worries
Despite Potter's
Own Reassurances
WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) Despite telegrams
sent y Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter, stating the traffic
jam in the Panama Canal and "inequitable work hours
for Canal personnel are due to end this week, three com committees
mittees committees 6f Congress have indicated continued interest in
the two situations.
An official of one ef the committees described the
situation as a "potential powder-keg'
Sen. Warren G. Maanuson. chairman of the Mer

chant Marine subcommittee

r-oreign Commerce committee, and Rep. Leonor Sullivan,
chairman of the House subcommittee on the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, proposed last week that retired Canal pilots be re recalled
called recalled to active service until the 15 new recruits recently
hired by Potter can complete their six to eighteen-month
training period.

No action has been taken to date on this proposal.
Both members of Congress believe such action is
necessary to provide an adequate pilot force to handle
the increasingly heavy traffic loads and to, provide im immediate
mediate immediate relief for presently overloaded pilots.
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Mrs. Sullivan said today that
ship traffic,, in thaCanal, .which
iocreasH lharply duriflg tHeSuex
crisis, has remained at peak loads
ever since.
She said an adaquat number
of properly trained pllot must
be assured af all time to handle
It, and that working and. living
conditions for this force should
b such as to enable them to
perform at maximum efficiency.
An executive order is needed to
permit former pilots, compelled to
retire at the age of 62, to be re reemployed
employed reemployed on a temporary basis.
Magnuson said he had talked
with Secretary of the Army Wilber
Brucker about the possibility of
such action.
He was informed that authority
to issue the necessary order had
been delegated to Assistant Sec Sec-retarv
retarv Sec-retarv of the Army George Rod
erick, who has been in Europe for
the past few weeks.
Roderick is chairman of the
board of the Panama Canal Com
pany.
Magnusson said he would con con-far
far con-far with Roderick when the lat latter
ter latter returns to Washington to
morrow. The Senator indicated
he would ipress for an explana explanation
tion explanation of why Panama Canal pilots
are not receiving the 25 percent
tropical pay differential.
In a letter to Potter last week,
Mrs. Sullivan also urged immed immediate
iate immediate improvement of housing for
Three Shanties
In Pueblo Nuevo
Burned To Ground
Three shanties in the Pueblo
Nuevo area of the Folks River
shanivtown in Colon burned to
the ground early this morning
during a fire that threatened tc
wipe out the whole area.
Firemen said the fire probably
started from a wood fire lit dur during
ing during the night to drive away mos mosquitoes.
quitoes. mosquitoes. The said the shanties in
which John Jamison. Jorge Ardi Ardi-nes
nes Ardi-nes and Vicente White lived, burn
nd to the around in ten minutes.
They are being held pending an
Investigation by the Colon safety
office.
special guards. Never DuMont,
representing a West German TV
network, said he was Deaten up
by Red guards.
Other American oeiegates coin
plained that Communist organiz organizers
ers organizers of the festival had refused tc
let them display pictures showing
how Negroes live in the United
States.
Pick Bell, spokesman1 for a
froup from New Orleans, said the
eds would let them show only a
few abstract paintings from the
collection of paintings and photo
Eraphs the group had brought
w'th it. Numerous photographs of
Negro life and other items were
excluded on the plea of "lack of
space. eu sai.

of the Senate Interstate and

pilots without delay, thus enabling
them. to cet. edad wter --.?'
vSen. Olin D, Johnson, wtiii hmkA
the Senate Post Office,, and .Civil
service committee, said the prob-
lem of numbers, overtime and pay
of Panama Canal oiloU was rflri
to his attention within the past
few days, and that his committee -is
studying the situation in hopes
imamg long-term solution.
USAF Moves Planes
In France, Germany
To England Bases
SOUTH RULSLIP, England,
July 30 (UPI) US Air Force
units will move into England
from Germany as well as from
France in the transfer of the.
NATO fighter-bomber force out
of P'rance, it was revealed to
day.
US Third Air Forpf head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. here said one wing
headquarters and four squadron
of Air Force planes will be
transferred from Germany to
bases in England.
The Air Force announcement
gave no reason for the shift of
major Air Force units out "of
Germany.
But it was presumed the Air
Force units were being shifted
to make room for tne 200 NATO
fighter-bombers being evacuat
ed from France, in a dispute
with Presi dent Charles dt
Gaulle over control cf, nuclear
weapons.
Six of the nine fighter-bomber
squadrons involved in this move
were scheduled to be shifted to
German air bases. The other
three were to have come here.

Injury Acquired
In Cycle Crash v
Kills Panamanian
A motorcycle accident which oo
cur red on the West Bank Mon Monday
day Monday claimed the life of a 38-year-old
Panamanian.
Miguel Mez died yesterday in
Gorgas Hospita as a result of ;
multiple head injuries suffered
when he was thrown from hit y
cycle on Borinquen Highway erar
lier this week. According to po police.
lice. police. Meza lost control of the
cycle while rounding a cucve.
He was employed by Merritt Merritt-Champman
Champman Merritt-Champman Scott on the cut-widening
project near Contractor's
Hill.

Mayor Complains
Office Files
Are Disordered
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Panama City Mayor Hellodorej
Patino complained today that
the fiWs of his office are sn
complete disorder. -i l,
The mayor said he had request.
ed authority from the Municipal
Council to contract ; file tiers;
to put the office'i papers In or1
der. S

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Sir:
Stormy a); over the country, so you had better stay in. Damage
reported heavy on coast at the mouth of the Brazo River.
1 hear that a lot of folks from this part of the country are on a
cruise in Venezuela and wondering if Panama can match Venezuela
in oil. I first noticed gas in the Canal opposite the steps at Culebra
and latsr found plenty of indications it was there.
I hear my friend Ruth Whitsett is in the gang trying to spend the
pension she gets. I thought the fclks didn't want to take a trip in
this heat, but heard of a trip to the mountains last night.
That cool air and a jug of that apple cider wouldn't go too bad.
First my doctor says take it easy There are a lot of people I
wquld like to see and they can find me right here.
Air conditioners still lead in sales and the factories are working
round the clock. Can't meet demands.
Sec if I can find more "gab" for next week.
Pop Wright.

LESSONS FOR LABOR
Sir:
,;' W have had a couple of contrasting labor stories. On the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side there wax troubls over an employer's cheap labor policies.
On the Pacific Side the checkers and mechanics of the Canal Zone
Bus Service struck for higher wages. What happened?
1 Ths unorganized Atlantic Side strikers lost their jobs:
2 The unionized Pacific Side workers got what thev wanted.
There is a message here for employes of steamshiD. cable and
oil. companies on th? Zone. When suh employes are claiming that
tie $l-an-liour Federal Wage on the Zone is supposed to be a min minimum,
imum, minimum, not a maximum, thev should remember that Locals 900 and
90? are always ready to accept new members.
Shipping Office Veteran.

WHO SHOULD INVESTIGATE WHAT?

Sir:

Your invitation to GIs fo "shed some light on' the GI servant
problem on the Zone" is something of an insult to Panama's national
dignity. We Latins have always bsen so resentful of any Gringo in interference
terference interference in u domestic affairs that it ill beseems us to interfere
in the way they run their Armed Forces. After all the US Armed
Forces art here to protect the Canal, and to give us protection too
should we need it.
If some O.nal Zone publication invited enlisted men of Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's National Guard to report on how their officers use them, for foreign
eign foreign minister Miguel J. Moreno Jr., would most certainly lodge a
diplomatic protest, and former foreign minister Aquilino Boyd would
equally certainly let fly an undiplomatic protest.
If you bel'cve investigations to be useful, why not investigate
the sloppy and arrogant civil service of our republic? Why not in investigate
vestigate investigate the "botellas" of some of our bic politicians? Whv not in investigate
vestigate investigate what querida of whom is being kept on the government
payroll? t
In my years of association with members of the US Armed
Forces I have fovnd them as a group to be decent, courteous peonle.
They are probably th? best ambassadors the US has. At least Tey
associate with the common people, and see and understand their
problems. Also, they are the first to come to the aid of Panama's
nesd yin time of fire or other disaster.
How many Panamanian lives have been saved by mercy flights
from Albrook?
II How many times has the Navy rescued Panamanians in trouble
a sea?
How many times has the Army contributed fopd, clothing and
sjjeJt?r to Panamanian disaster victims?
How many. Panamanians know that an Army unit supports an
orphanage for Panamanian children? The soldiers voluntarily con contribute
tribute contribute money to help the unfortunate little ones.
Why your paper Is so anti-Army, anti-Armed Forces and anti anti-American
American anti-American I don't know. Were it Hot for the Americans, The Panama
American would haveNno market.
How quick we Panamanians are to accept Americans' gifts and
their money, and how quickly we then turn and bite at these real
frjpnds. Let's clean our own house first, before we invstigate others.
Pro-Gringo.

FROZEN FISH STORY

Sir.

Why isn't fresh fish sold on the Zone? It seems ridiculous to
me that the delicious Panama fish is available only In the club clubhouses,
houses, clubhouses, already cooked.
If it's too murh of a problem to have fresh seafood every
day, couldn't the Balboa commy at least have them on Fridays?
I get pretty sick of opening another can of tuna, or buying
frozen fillets shipped from the States.
Panama businessmen who are forever 'complaining that
Americans don't buy anything locally don't seem to realize that
we are squeamish about little things like food poisoning. And
even though the fish and local meats are as good or better than
gome of the junk sold in the States, we still want it stamped,
sterilized and neatly packaged In cellophane.
Don't tell me how to get to the market to buy my own. I
tried that once. The smell lifted my breakfast to my Adam's
apple, and when I gazed into the beady eyes of the snappers,
my appetite for fish had disappeared.
hl admit that I'm. lazy, or just plain chicken-hearted about
the. preliminaries of cleaning anything. But I'd be willing to
pay the price for a nice fat corbina, minus head, tall, guts and
tallies.
The people who produce coffee, plaintain chips, sugar and
bread have figured out that Americans will pay for good quality
products. The commissaries both PanCanal and military, do a
pretty good job of getting what their customers want. Can't
. they offer us some of the good local fish too?
Mackerel Snapper

ARMY RIFFING

Bin

Your recent news story regarding the numerous reductions
In force among Army civilian personnel would have been more
comDlete had it told where all this rifflng is taking place. I am

curious, since the normal ratio

85 .percent laborers, two percent typists, and the rest Grade 3
employes, with perhaps one solitary Grade 8 or 1) who planned
' to retire this year anyway.
ft,v How about a breakdown, of how many Grades 9 through 11
ire being rifted in Ft. Amador headquarters. The Comptroller's
f Office, for instance.
? This would be a good news story, especially in the light of
the recent publication of a photograph of a young lady recelv-
lng an outstanding rating tor doing the work of three other
"'"people besides her own. Since she was surrounded in the photo
A,-by-the brains of the management and work simplification pro-
gram, one wonders why It was necessary to wait for a reduction
in force to permit this efficient young lady to exercise her
5?juadruple-threat capabilities
Or could it be tnat previous to the rifflng, In the heart of
the management branch, there were four desks carrying a com com-Sf.bined
Sf.bined com-Sf.bined workload which could always have been handled by just
one employe? This while the Comptroller was sending droves oi.
Grades 9 through 11 out to harass the working people In other
offices.
Has the Inspector General considered that the Comptroller
v could initiate a work simplification program under which the
ratio is brought down from the prevailing four to a mere three
people assigned to doing one person's work?
Amador

ABSENT
Blr:

"A Mentolados Fan" (Mail Box, July 28) made a good point.
I know that Colon provincial Gov. Jose Maria Gonzalez Is
a busy nan who likes to take pictures and this opportunity to
donate a trophy to a winning team would have given him the
chance to get into the ac and get his photo In the papers. His
reason for not appearing at the Mentolados vs. Deportivo Iris
game July 20 is unknown to me but I can bet that it does not
justify his absence.
Jose Maria Gonzalez Is a showman and will make this pre presentation
sentation presentation a big affair, so the Mentolados team from Rainbow
City should prepare for It, because Colon's governor is too big
to make a promise and refuse to comply with it. Or maybe Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez forgot his "compromiso" because he was dealing with
"mall people."

of those riffed Is usually about

GOVERNOR

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
Always in svtry organization
iptnning th natisn trior is a
second in command. In th AFL
CIO it is big, hail-follow Wall Wall-mot
mot Wall-mot William Schnittlor, national
socrotary-troasuror, send t
Goorgs Moany. I asked BUI
Schnitilor to discuss wht was
uppermost in his mind thoso
days so turbulent for labor.
Hor is his reply, written spe specially
cially specially for this column:
WILLIAM F. SCHNITZLER
WASHINGTON This s t o p r y
hasn't leaked out yet, but Ameri American
can American labor unions are helping to
collect a cool $150 million a year
from their members for non-union
purposes.
Where is this money going?
It's going to the Uni'ed Givers
Fund, to the American Red
Cross and to the 2,100 federated
health and welfare campaigns in
the nation.
For a change of pace from the
usual headlines about corruption
and skulduggery I want to de devote
vote devote th;s column to a different
kind of story the story of the
good work unions are doing to
improve our communities and the
nation as a whole.
Every intelligent person will
concede that unions perform a
useful and constructive function
in our economic life by helping to
increase wages and improve
working conaitions.
But few people realize the re remarkable
markable remarkable job unions are doing
all over the country to make life
better for everyone a job that
involves not only donations of
money but long hours of free
work -to build better communi communities.
ties. communities. In Baltimore, AFL-CIO m e m m-bers
bers m-bers contributed $50,000 worth of
labor to construct a new Boys'
Club. In Phoenix- Ariz., the u u-nions
nions u-nions bore the brunt of the $350, $350,-000
000 $350,-000 cost of building three new
Boys' Clubs. The latest tally
shows that 49 Cub packs, 115
Scout troops and 52 Explorer u u-nits
nits u-nits in cities from coast to coast
are sponsored by trade union
groups.
Going from youth to age, in
Lansing, Mich., the local unions,
under the leadership of the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Community Services Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, undertook a novel experi experiment
ment experiment in sponsoring, financing and
operating a "Drop-in Center" for
the old folks. It has proved a re resounding
sounding resounding success in its first lour
years and now the committee is
organizing similar recreational fa facilities
cilities facilities for lonely old people in
other communities.
.In Dayton, '0., the Red Cross
awarded certificates to two local
unions for "outstanding services"
and the use of union halls as di disaster
saster disaster shelters for victims of
floods early this year. In like
fashion, during the St. Louis tor tornado,
nado, tornado, the Bricklayers Union hall
was used as disaster headquar headquarters
ters headquarters for homeless families.
In Sharon, Pa., 500 building
trades craftsmen worked without
pay in their snare time for 15
months to build a magnificent
crippled children's center.
To overcome the teacher short short-ase,
ase, short-ase, unions in Kansas go' to?et!i
er and financed scholarships for
42 student teachers at Kansas
State Teachers College.
in fact, the AFL-CIO and its
affiliates are currently investing
more than half a million dollar1
a year for scholarships that will
broaden educational opportunities
for American youth.
These are only a few examples
of labor'! widespread community
services.
Our program has been praised
by U.S.. Secretary of Health,
Education and Welfare Flemming
for "contributing immeasurablv
to the growth and increasing ef effectiveness
fectiveness effectiveness of health and wel welfare
fare welfare services throughout our cotin cotin-try."
try." cotin-try." By the American Red Cross
which in its annual report said,
"For two straight years the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO has made a signal contribu contribution
tion contribution to Red Cross disaster serv services."
ices." services."
By the Boys' Clubs of Ameri America
ca America which put the AFL-CIO at
the head of Its list of organiza
t'ons helping to strengthen Boys
Club programs.
By the National Association of
Social Workers for "integrating
social services as basic features
of trade union activity."
Such kudos is all very fine and
deeply appreciated, but it is not
what we are looking for. We
have set out to organize and in integrate
tegrate integrate the generous spirit of A-
merican workers to build better
communities and a happier A
mer'ca. With the help of other
public spirited groups V the com
munity level we are confident
doing the kind of job which will
benefit all the American people.
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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

MAKE WHAT YOU WANT OF
IT DEPT.: Why is it that some
Harlem (and other) so called
"leaders" who are so quick to
cry about "police brutality" soft soft-peddle
peddle soft-peddle talk about the organiza organizations
tions organizations known as "Muslims" and
"Black Nationalists" who gather
nightly at 125th and Seventh to
spew racial hatred and incite
riots. They are the real cause of
trouble in the area (FBI and po police
lice police undercover squadi have the
dossiers.). .1 heard one ol the
agitators (over a loud-speaker)
assert: "While others talked 1
fought for the colored man in
Morocco. I fought with the Mau
Maus in Kenya. Now the time
has come for guns here." Sever
al uniformed policemen standing
byvvere helpless to intervencj,
One out of every-1 ten persons4 in
the U.S. (regardless of ractj has
been, arrested for a crime seri serious
ous serious enobgh to be fingerprinted.
One out of five has been involv involved
ed involved as a defendant, suspect or
questioned in a crime. This huge
"minority" of millions of poten potential
tial potential "cop-haters" is the reason
why so many irresponsible poli
ticians jump on the police bru brutality"
tality" brutality" bandwagon for votes. U U-sually
sually U-sually they're of the left wing or
"liberal" label. In Britain, espe especially,
cially, especially, the Socialists are the of
ficial cry-babies for hoods and
murderers. (Don t ever forget the
Soviet started as an underground
criminal conspiracy of men hunt
ed for murder, mayhem and rob
bery.)
RAIMA Thaalar I
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Spice in the Stew

BETWEEN ME AND MY
READER (Wherever you aru:
Jim Franciscus in Hollywood (for
a flick) and Dorothy Provine sip sipping
ping sipping tiger milk together at a Sun Sunset
set Sunset Blvd. health addict hangout.
. .In Washington they call Hoffa
a smooth-faced Castro. In Hava Havana
na Havana they call Castro a bearded
Hoffa. .Watch for an announce announcement
ment announcement after the three-hour confer conference
ence conference at Fraunces Tavern be between
tween between Joe DiMaggio and Louis
(take-over) Wolfson. .Sir Carpi,
Reed hired a private eye to bo bodyguard
dyguard bodyguard "Our Man in Havana
cutie Jo Morrow, now in London.
Seems she learned something in
Cuba, and has been tailed' by
tough guys to England. .Dirk
Bogarde, who plays the title role
in the Franz Liszt film, says he
knows how the great Viennese
e'omposars wrote their ni q s r
"Waiting to be served in restau restaurants."
rants." restaurants." ....
I'M JUST A SCHMO BEAU
FROM CHICA-GO: Jackie Robin Robinson
son Robinson wants to convert the famed
Harlem Opera House into a bowl bowling
ing bowling alley and dance hall. .Pro .Producer
ducer .Producer Bob Joseph (son of former
Controller Larry Joseph) and
Betsy Blair, ex of Gene Kelly,
"discovered" each other. Mis
I next is "Heartbreak House." (An
iomen?). .Jimmy Hoffa (and
how d he get in here again?)
hired a Negro public relations
expert from Cleveland to take
the odor off the charges that he
wouldn't allow Negro truck driv drivers
ers drivers in Detroit. .Newest celeb
hangout in Louise in E. 58th St.
Featuring
JACK BROOKS
Comedian and
Pantomime Artist
MARILYN GUMIN
Singing Star
GROVER RUWE
Ventriloquist
and
THE s
JOE GUMIN QUINTET
ALSO On The Screen
JOHN WAYNE
Maureen O'HARA
- In
"THE QUIET MAN"
Show Time:
1:30 5:10 8:50 p.m.

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NEA Strrict, Uc

One of Romeo Salta's former
chefs, too. .According to Al
Cooper an "angel" is a guy vho
puts money in a show so he can
take girls out of a ahdw. .
ME AND MY DARN .MEMO .MEMORIES:
RIES: .MEMORIES: The wife of lamister Low Lowell.
ell. Lowell. Birrell, mentioned yesterday,
reported by others as named
Florence. She is Mary Vee John Johnson
son Johnson of West Virginia, who hit the
Stem in the 30s as a chorus girl
at the late N. T. G.'s Midnight
Sun (in the Winter Garden Thea Theatre
tre Theatre Building). .She acquired the
name Florence through a quirk
of fate when the "Florence" of
a dance team known as "Flor "Florence
ence "Florence ancV Alvarez", walked out on
hi f)artnenfdP:TOarriage on the
eve of IheeWf "'scheduled sail sailing
ing sailing for a European engagement.
. .Alvarez, without a partner
and seeing ruin staring him in
the face, wandered into the Mid Midnight
night Midnight Sun to drown it all.
Through his tears he noted ihat
Mary Vee was exactly the same
size as Florence and thus could
fit into spot, without asking if
she could dance. He found out
she couldn't when he began re rehearsing
hearsing rehearsing on the ship but before
they arrived abroad she knew all
the routines. They were a great
hit that opening night in Paris.
The next day was Sept. 3 1939.
War was declared. And so Ihe
European tour never did come
off.
I'm .a reactionary and
of it): How about a reaction 1o
the days: Befoi La Guanlia,
Marcantonio and Eleanor Roose Roosevelt?.
velt?. Roosevelt?. .When laws were enforc enforced
ed enforced against all regardless of race
or voting bloc?. .When there
wasn't perpetual cold warlare?
And no peace-time conscription?.
. .When Americans were proud
to be Americans?. .When kill killers
ers killers were killers, not "misunder "misunderstood"
stood" "misunderstood" juvenile delinquents?. .
When we spoke softly, but car carried
ried carried a big stick?. .When we
fought for Americans held cap captive
tive captive by foreigners?. .Before we
supported the, rest of the world
and handed the means of our de destruction
struction destruction to our enemies?.. .
When there was no income tax
and the government lived within
its budget?. .When office hold holders
ers holders were servants of the public
and not its rulers?. .When the
world was light and gay?. ,. .
When sociology was an unknown
word and socialism a dirty
word?. .When judges sem cri criminals
minals criminals to jail instead of blaming
their crimes on society?. .Wnen
Marx was the name of a come comedian
dian comedian instead of god?. When
men acted like men (and women
like women)?
HOT WEATHER NOTE
Gait think guyi are cool and
nice
Who gift them with mink and
ice.

m

IMerry
By lit
' : V-.-: r:'T: -TO
WASHINGTON, When Presi President.
dent. President. Eisenhower Ht into what he
called the "Munition! Lobby" the
Atkan ilu tin rvKiH1ir Hid n't rfir
alize that he wai bitttnj rather
close to borne. ;
For one of the moat powerful
munitions lobbiei in Washington
is the AVCO Manufacturing
Company, of which hi! goifing-bridge-farming
partner, George
Allen, is a director.
In .addition, AVCO is close to
Secretary Ezra Taft Benson and
employs a battery of key gener generals
als generals and admirals, some of waom
are now being investigated by
Congressman Hebert's Armed
Services Subcommittee.
They include:
Gen. Clarence S. Irvine, for former
mer former deputy chief of staff ef the
Air Force in charge of materiel.
In this job General Irvine was
top dog for all Air Force pro procurement,
curement, procurement, production and mainten
ace in the field. Since the Air
Force plans for about 10 years
aneaa, Irvine is in the position to
.ili i , r ..
SM. whi-e
now working for AVCO.
Maf. Gen.' Herbert M. Jonet,
the adjutant general of the Army
who stepped from this key post
into AVCO.
Brig. Gen. Munro MacCloskey,
of the Air Force.
Adm. Edward L. Woordyard,
U.S Navy.
One way or the other, thiousjh
. "iu
Corporation was able to rol up
L 0 a.iM JH? .?
however, business has been look
ing up.
According to Moody's Induitn.1
Manual, AVCO's backlong of de
fense orders in December 1958
totaled $99,000,000.
Three months later, however,
the backlog Of defensn nrriera
had zoomed up to $300,000,000
Since the total defense orden for
the preceding year 1958 were on only
ly only $102,000,000 something really
gave a lift to AVOCO' buiiness.
Irvine, formerly in- charge of
Air Force Materiel and Procure Procurement,
ment, Procurement, joined the company this
spring.
IKE'S GUEST
AVCO is a far-flung company
which manufactures everything
from farm muchinertf tn iviatinn
engines to electronics to hydrau
lic maaers ana cnemicat spread spreaders.
ers. spreaders. It has factories in Coldwatcr,
O., Ft. Dodge" la., Williamsport,
Pa., Cincinnati, Richmond, Ind..
Evandale. O.. Everett. Mass.. and
Chicago.
Its rhairmart llVietnr V.mma.
nuel whft-W-MerJ'guest at
rresidenc;Tfcnmtter : Itar par parties.
ties. parties. L
Significantly, irr the rush of
contracts, which has helped swell
AVCO's profits, there has been
some very sloppy negotiating on
the Dart nf the Air Fnrca X
result, AVCO has been forced to
maxe reiunds.
On March 19, 1959, AVCO re refunded
funded refunded $1,113,510 to the Air
Force as a result of an error in
the costs of, a $15,000,000 Air
Force contract for B-52 pans. It
was explained that the error re resulted
sulted resulted from the fact that the Air
Force accepted more than $1,000, $1,000,-000
000 $1,000,-000 of recorded costs which the
contractors included in error.
Real fart i. thnt the ftennml
Accounting Office caught the er error,
ror, error, not. AVCO, nor the Air Force.
Without prodding from the ac accounting
counting accounting arm of Congress, the
error might never have been dis discovered.
covered. discovered. Another significant fact: AVCO
owns a potent line-up of TV and
radio stations, including WLW
and WLW-TV in Cinrinnnti wr w.
C in Columbus, WLW-D in Day Day-ton,
ton, Day-ton, WLW-A in Atlanta, arid
WLW-I, which is in dispute in In Indianapolis.
dianapolis. Indianapolis. Network TV being what it is
today, it's doubtful that any TV
nptwnrlr tiriul.!
w. tvvuiu vaiiv news uro urograms
grams urograms critical of AVCO in re
gard euner to Ms defense con
tracts or its brass hat lobbying.
That kind of critical news
doesn't get on TV unless official officially
ly officially announced by a Congressional
committee or tne White
lr......
which won't happen in the care
of AVCO
NO COMPETITIVE BIOS
It should le noted that practic
ally all Pentagon contracts let
to AVCO and other major con
tractors are on a cost-plus, neg negotiated
otiated negotiated basis.
During the war, competitive
bids were given up because of

Panamerican Investment Co., Inc.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS
Notice is hereby given that the 14th Annual Meeting
of the Stockholders of Panamerican Investment Company.
Inc., a corporation of the Republic of Panama, will be
held oq the 10th day of September, 1959 at 10 o'clock In
the forenoon' at the office of the Corporation,' Avenlda do
Estado, No. 7106, Sao Paulo, Brazil for the purpose of:
1 Confirminr the election of the officers of the corpora corporation
tion corporation for the past year.
I. Examination of the Corporation's balance sheet for
the past year and, if found to be In order, apnrorai
"rof.
S. To receive and consider a report of the sets of the
Directors, officers and management of the Corporation
during the past year and, If found to be In, Aider, to
approve each acts.
4. Election of Directors for the following fiscal year of
the Corporation..
5. To consider and act upon such other business as may
Sroperly be brought before the meeting,
a ted: July 13, 1959.
WOODS W. 8TATON
Secretary and Treasurer.
Should yon not be present at the meetlnr kindly send
your proxy, as early as possible. i

MUYWASHINGTON

GoRound
W AMON
the necessity for ipeed. The war
has been over 14 years, but neg negotiated
otiated negotiated contract! are still th ea easy
sy easy and riutomarv mnrit. nf nir.
ation in the Pentagon.
imt u why ex-military offic officers
ers officers Can b sn heinflll fnr nrhar
you have the No. 1 general one
in charge of procurement on you
...... 1 1 ,i
yajivn, me comracis omcerl
who once ierved under him lilt lilt-en.
en. lilt-en. Here is how some of the con contracts
tracts contracts have rolled in to AVCO ia
the past year:
April 21, W AVCO got $,.
000,000 contract to ita Lycomjni
Division for helicopter gat fur.
bine engines, delivery to itart
Jan. l, 1959.
June 2 Lycoming got Air
Force propjet contract, $8,000,000
for T-53-L-3 engines; plus $10, $10,-000,000
000,000 $10,-000,000 order for helicopter ver version
sion version of T-53-L-1.
June 30 Armv and Air Force
awarded four contracts to AVCO'i
Crosley Division, worth $8,500,000
for fire control systems, iparei
for B52 bombers, and Navy con-
i iui invy missue engineer-
ing ,nd miIle part for rock,t
iracis i or wavy missile engineer-
motor.
July 14 Crosier eot U.nnn..
000 in military orders. invnltHn
ground radar projects and Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps radar unitg.
juiy u Air Material Com Command
mand Command gave Croslev il.fi20.nor. r
control systems (guns).
jvy zi Air Force announc announced
ed announced that a eroun of five mkim.
were selected for work on
Minuteman ICBMs. AVCn
! do the nose cone. Cost not
AuQ. 1 T.venmlnv ant twl
for more than 500 of its new 500-
hp a ircraft engines Cost Z an
uuuncea
Sept. 30 Air Fnrc amvm 1
088,000 contract for reciproeatinf
aircraft engines, installation!, and
spare parts H-13H nH n.nn
craft.
March 11, l$9New contract!
annouriced: $41,749,000 civilian and
defense rnntript tnr rw.i j
Nashville Divisont Tht u.u.j
ed $24,458,000 to Crosley for
Kxuumi raaar system; $12,484,000
for Oonvnir civil w .i.ii..
Nashville Division; $2,152,000 iti'
uuiier ana nipper for Air Force
Falcon air-to-air missile; $2,675, $2,675,-000
000 $2,675,-000 from Armv Siiml r ..
communications equipment, engin
eenng changes on rjrniurt nrf
miscellaneous.
MEDITATION
(Presented by the Department
ef Christian Education of the I I-piacopal
piacopal I-piacopal Church in the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.)
St. John 1:7
DOUBLE STANDARD
THI
"He that it without sin among
you, let him first cast a stone
t her".
Most of us live by a doubl
standard. We judge the other per person
son person by a stricter rule than we
apply to ourselves. We are quick
to condermn in others what we
are quite willing to excuse in our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. The prophet in describing the
servant also employs a double
standard, but it is just the re reverse
verse reverse of ours. He sees the ser servant
vant servant quietly, unobtrusively preach
ing God's word. He is gentle and
considerate. The servant will not
snap in two the broken reed. He
will not snuff the smoking wick.
At the same time he will not
allow his own light to burn low
nor will he bend or break under
pressure. With himself, he ia
strict,, and sets a high standard.
The servant's inner resolution ii
the secret of his compassion to toward
ward toward others. It is the strong man
who can afford to be sympatha sympatha-tic
tic sympatha-tic toward the weak. So it waa
with Jesus. So often we cover no
n.., Inconiirirv nir
insecurity by a hard
blustering rigor toward others.
uur aimiy ourmne
V n . i j .... .".it "
all the hriehter if we evtificfiiinh
the light of our neighbor.
70 PERSONS DROWN
TOKYO (UPI)-At least 70 per persons
sons persons were reported today to
have drowned in Japan last week.
Police said an e'stimated 500,000
oersons flocked to beaches near
Tokyo.

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GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI) Two
women who face trial on charges
of keeping 147 more cats, then the
legal umit of three pleaded today
for 'sympathetic understanding
from their annoyed neighbors.
"What will hapen to our
family," asked Aunt Hardison.
"We do not breed our cats, but
merely provide a home for the
homeless." ; ..
But in court Monday when the
women were arraigned, Richard L.
Yrnon, who lives two houes away.
"a know this is America and the
women have certain liberties, but
hi mn hpvond reason.

Everyone has a right to a hobby

but this denes convention.

Mid he attends Glendale CoUege

and finds studying nam going.
"It'!! difficult to concentrate on
studies on a hof night as my bed bedroom
room bedroom fa 18 feet from the cat com compound,"
pound," compound," he said. "And tf the cats
fight, they always wart until 1:30
am"
Both women pleaded innocent to
charges of operating a kennel with without
out without a license and asked for a jury
trial Aug. 20.
ROLANDO APPOINTED

LIMA. Peru (UPI) Jose

Rubio" Rolando, a career man in

the education ministry, has been

appointed education minister in

place of Jorge Succar, who re

signed because of poor jiealtn.

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JOINS UP Balboa youth Robert W. Rennie repeats the oath of
enlistment on joining the Navy Tuesday at the 15th Naval District
Headquarters. Rennie, being sworn in by Lt. Albert M. Hayes,
tomorrow for Great Lakes, HI., where he will undergo his boot
training.

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D.C. Female Cabbie

Darned SK Says She

Will Wear Shorts
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A pretty
m .;...i ah driver with the

odd name of SK Dunn insisted to today
day today she has a right to wear

shorts while taxiing w
with a young man, law or no law.
Dark-haired Miss Dunn was
given a $10 ticket for driving in a
taxi in shorts in violation of a
Public Utility Commission regula regulation
tion regulation against the brief attire for
cabbies, male or female.
Hackers complain about tne
rule every time Washington has
ua h-oiitinnol hot. mueey

weather. But Miss Dunn is the
At anvfhine about it

Uioi vire w o

She hired two lawyers. ,iney
said they would ask municipal

court to void the ticKet on

grounds that Miss Dunn was on
duty when she was given the tick ticket
et ticket last Friday.
Miss Dunn said she was taking
her housekeeper home anden
was poing on to the movies with a
friend. ...
As for that name, Miss Dunn
said she legally changed her
name to SK because her original
name, which the initials stand for,
was so bad she won't disclose It.
HONEY MOON DETOURED
LONDON (UPI) Mr. and Mrs.
John Rock were forced to stay
home on thei honeymoon today
because their car, 1u62e'
money, passports and wedding
presents were stolen.

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YEENAGERS HAVE FORMAL DANCE PARTY

AT ALBROOK AFB OFFICERS CLUB

The Albrook Officers Club was the scene of a formal
dance party hosted by members of the Albrook Teen Club.
Young people from Fort Clayton and Fort Kobbe we guests.
Chaperones for the party were Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
George F. Schlatter, Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. D. Coffey and Capt.
and Mrs. John Smith.

Phil in Smiih Family

Arrives for Visit

Mr and Mrs. r-nmp mnn.uu
.;.. .,,,ohtorc k'iltv Sue and Li

sa arrived bv plane this morning
from EJ Paso. Texas, to visit for
two months with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph A. Janko of Dia-

rr-i I n nmain Ml IT. A

fcthmttf until early October, when
ttiev will move to Miami. Mr.
Smirh plans to enter the law
school of ths University of Miami.

tional and recreational center for
children.
After the opening ceremony,
young members of the Qiinese

Chines Fair Opens

' Tomorrow Afternoon
Mrs. Mercedes de la Guardia,
wtr-ei T Hr nf Panama wi'! cut

. (tie svmbolic ribbon to inaugur inaugurate
ate inaugurate the fair. 'Ore Weekend in
i rhirts at 5 a.m. tomorrow at

the .Chinese Club in Panama Ci

ty. Panama Presiden: hrnesio
de ft Guardia Jr. also is expect-

I d To attend.

The three-day fair is lie pro-
4nni f riiinncn W n in p n'!

jeague in Panama to raise funds

for the construction of an educa-

Meetinqs

JWtt Bates Class

The weekly heatea class under

I, the direction of Ar'hur Mokray
willfcbe held at 7:30 this evening
It .the USO JWB Service Center

in Balboa.

Aay interested person may ioin

tte 4lass at no charge

John 6. Hinds
Dies In Hospital

John Burgess Hinds, retired em
ploye of the Panama Canal Build Building
ing Building Division, died at the Radio Radiological
logical Radiological Hospital yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon after a long illness.
A former resident "of La Boca,
he was 70 years old, and came
TO THE Isthmus from his native
Barbados during construction
Days
Mr. Hinds is survived by three
brothers. James and Laurence,
who are residents of Panama, and
Hezekiah, who is in the United
States, in addition, to three ne nephews
phews nephews and twc nieces.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.

Hok-Shan Club will perform the
traditional lion dance in celebra celebration
tion celebration of the occasion.
The exhibits will feature an antiques,
tiques, antiques, arts, paintings and em embroidered
broidered embroidered articles. Three door
prizes, one to be awarded each
night, are a washing machine, hi hi-fi
fi hi-fi set, sewing machine and air
conditioner.
The fair will be open from 6
p.m. Saturday and at 3 p.m.
Sunday afternoon. Tickets will be
available at the door.

Pakistan Pouch v

Answer to Previous Puzzle

OVERWHELMED BY MELONS
GREENSBORO, N. C. (UPI) (UPI)-Judge
Judge (UPI)-Judge L. Richardsbn Preyer
found Henry Murphy, 19, a Negro,
guilty of stealing watermelons
fn"jv. and then suspended sen sentence.
tence. sentence. "Watermelons are general generally
ly generally regarded as such an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming temptation that the
boys are usually, .shown mercy,"
Preyer said.,

HOTEL PANAMONTE
B o q u e t e

Announces it will close, starting August 1,
2 for the rainy season. The reopening date
Z will be announced later.
S

THE MANAGEMENT.

(Continued on Pag 4,)
Crosby Boys Wow
Vegas Club Crowd
Al Show's Debul

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) The
four sons of Bing Crosby broke
into show business' bietimp with

the successful debut of their act

in bag Vegas last night, but
their famous crooner father
wasn't on hand to inin in the m.

plause.

The boys Gary, 25; twins Den Dennis
nis Dennis and Phillip, 24, and Lindsay,
20 broueht down the house at the
Sahara Hotel with their song and
dance routines and fast chatter.
An enthusiastic crowd of first first-nighters
nighters first-nighters continually interrupted
the act with wild applause and
at the end of the hour-show gave
the brothers an ovation that
brought them back for a 30-min-uU
encore.
"We haven't receivsd so much
applause since we told dot we

were leaving home," cracked

Gry.
There was an indication that

'eelings st'rred up last May when
Bine publicly called himself a

"failure" as a father had left

some coolness between him and
the boys.
None of the Crosby side of the
family was seen in the audience,
although Gary said he specifical specifically
ly specifically asked the hotel to send an
opening night invitation to Bing.
Asked if he expected his dad to

catch their five-week stand, Gary
said:

"I -haven't heard from him."
Phillio said, however, he had
received a telegram from Bing
addressed to all of them.
"Take 'em by storm," it read,
"as I hope you will. Catching
lotta fish in this Dart of the coun country.
try. country. See you soon. Dad."

ACROSS
1 Pakistan is
one of the
largest
countries of
the
6 The Pakistani
is its
monetary unit
11 Papal capes
13 Actor,
Andy
14 Maiden
15 Click-beetle
18 European
Theater
Operations
(ab.)

17 Possess
19 Three times
(comb, form)
20 Negative
prefix
21 It once
part of India
22 Era
23 Raver
26 Tranquil
28 Goddess of
the dawn
29 Related
30 Social insect
SI Art (Latin)
32 Circular plate
34 Slight breeze
87 Brythonio
sea god
38 Sheep's bleat
39 Gypsy
husband
41 Doctrine
42 Circle part
43 Uncle Tom's
friend
44 Steps over
fences (pi.)
47 Assistant
80 Feminine
appellation

51 Standards of
perfection
52 Garden spots
53 Intelligence
DOWN
1 Wednesday is
named for
him
2 Speaker

S Indian
heroine

4 Lines (ab.)
8 Scottish river
6 Unit of
reluctance
7 Pulpy fruit
8 Songless birds
9 Vieor

10 Weird
12 Least speedy
13 Low haunts

IS A BrUK uan s i g f

18 Armed
conflict
24 Tidy
25 Musical
quality
26 Ireland,
27 Handle
29 Capital of

Pakistan
32 Paused
33 Stoat
34 Obstacle

35 Surgical taw
36 Mean shelters
37 Kind of
thread
38 Foundation
40 Master"
(corruption)
45 Mr. Chaney
46 Bitter vetch
48 Editors (ab.)
49 Southern
general

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States plans to launch a
"paddlewheel" satellite early next
month to test the feasility of
using the sun's energy to operate
radio equipment in space probes,
it was learned yesterday.
Reliable sources said the
launthing would be attempted
Aug. 7 at Cape Canaveral,, Fla.,
by the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration (NASA).
Besides testing the sun's rays,
the satellite will also try out a
new kind of radio ''command
system." Intead of storing data
on magnetic tape, as has been
done in several other satellites,
the paddlewheel will use memory
units built around tiny transis transistors
tors transistors similar to the memory units
of some electronic computers.
If the shot is successful, they
said, NASA also plans to:
Launch a 375-pound payload
toward the moon in early October
in hopes of outtinff lt In lunar or

bit.

Fire a ripen nsr ahnt in No

vember into an area where, had
it been fired last, month, wnnlrf

have put the rocket near the

pianet venus. However, the rock rocket
et rocket cannot come near the planet
in November and was expected
to wind up in orbit around the
sun.
The paddlewheel satellite gets

EASY WAY TO KILL
ROACHES AND ANTS
Scientists recommend that yon con control
trol control roaches and ants the modern
way with Johnston's NO-ROACH.
Brushed Just where yon want It, the
colorless costing kUl these pests.
It's effective tor months, sanitary,
and easy to use. S ox. 8e.; pint
11 .89. Get NO-ROACH at Bella Vista
Commissary, A your favorite food
store. Dlst. by It Blzkayna.

its name from the fact that it
carries solar vanes giving" it
somewhat the appearance of a
paddlewheel. U.S. scientists al already
ready already at Britain's Jodress Bank
radio station to help track the
satellites.
Other major tracking stations
will be at Cape Canaveral, Ha

waii, and Singapore. Assisting

win be stations at Goldstone in
California and Millstone Hill in
New Hampshire.
The satellite will be fired Into
the flatest orbit yet 1 attempted,
ranging from 20,000 miles at its
farthest point from earth to less
than 150 miles at its closest.
The elongated orbit will enable
the satellite to make repeated
samplings of the so-called Van Al Allen
len Allen radiation belts around the
earth and provide new data on
their intensity and extent.
.The payload will weigh about

140 pounds. The solar vanes are

designed to catch the rays of the

sun and transform them into, a

current of electricity that will re

charge- the satelitte's batteries.

Russian Language
Meetina At YMCA
All those interested iii learninci

the Russian language are invited

to attend a meeting at the Balboa I

ymla tomorrow at 7.
New courses in both beginners!
and intermediate Russian are.

planned for early August and the'
instructor Nicolas Plotnikoff will'
be present at the meeting to dis-l
CUSS Dians for the new rlasspc'

with prospective students.

ine bezinners classes are plan
ned for Tuesday and Friday eve

ning.

There are two sides to success successful
ful successful slam bidding. Bidding your
good ones and staying out of the
ones that won't make.
North and South really de deserve
serve deserve credit, for stopping on a
dime with today's hand.
In spite of only 12 high card
points South had a mighty good
hand and while East's leap to
four diamonds crowded him he
was able to bid four spades.
This four-spade bid gave North
a real problem. His hand was a
maximum for a raise to two
chibs and his king-queens in the
black suits looked mighty good to

him. Give South three aces and

he wanted to be in a slam but

maybe South would only hold

two of those nice cards. Any

way, North decided he ought to
try a Blackwood four no-trump.

with two aces and a void South

considered a jump to six but re

membered that. North had merely
bid two clubs at his first turn.
So all South did' was to make the

simple five-heart response.
This settled North's slam am

bitions. He went to five spades.
South thought a long while but
finally came to the right decision

and passed.

O The bidding! has been:

East South West North
13 4 Double Pass 4 4
Pass ?
You, South, tuMi
42 VAQ87 4)A65 4K954
i What do you do?
A This is a touirh one. I
atlrhtly favor a, peas but would
not critic lie cola; to five dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. It all depends on how
you feel at the time.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of responding four
diamonds your partner has bid
four spades after your double.
.Now, what do you do?
Answer Tomorrow

WATER CASE ON ICE
GANESVIIXF. r.a mpn t

P. Reynolds, former Dresident of
Best Ice Co.. wax found miiltv

today of stealing 300 million

gallons of city water through an
illegal tap on a city operated

spnnKier system in his plant.

Dr. Gaspar Omphroy, Jr.
Specialist in Internal Medicine
and Cardiology,
announces the change of Ideation of his
clinic to the San Fernando Hospital.
Hours: 3 7 p.m.
Tels. 3-0041 3-0042

AMERICAN CANDIDATE

JERUSALEM, Israeli sector
(UPI) An American rabbi is a
leading candidate for the post of
chief rabbi of Israel, religious
sources reported today. RabDi
Joseph B. Soloveichik, of Brook Brook-line,
line, Brook-line, Mass., and Chaplain Shlomo
Goren of the Israeli armed forces
were said to be the chief contend contenders
ers contenders for the position left' vacant
by the death of chief Rabbi Isaac
Halevi 'Herzog last week.

Deborah Kerr's divorce, from

t s.,11.0 met her ciose w

limy j , j
half a million dollars in cash and
property plus custody of her two

ikiir4sA tstn mil ill l v ll l s.u aswi-

ter Viertel in line for some kind
of award as the most-devastating

man of the year. .Manene

tnh'c rioal i tn become a cosme

tic firm's highest-paid ballyhooer

is history-making. .rum mv

is getting a lot ot ayenuou u
maithv Meviran Fernando Parra

but her chums think she prefers

Richard Quine. ..Marion orauuu

nri .Tnanne Woodward, doing

sports car scene for "The Fugi Fugitive
tive Fugitive Kind" on location upstate,
were heckled by. an automobile

full of girl teenagers who insult
a thm in such terrible lan

guage that Joanne described the

experience as i,iSuw.u".e-
Duke Ellington's promising off

spring, Mercer, is off to Europe
to record on-the-spot jazz sessions
in tho hist there. It'll be in

teresting to see what he finds.
Well-traveled jazz buffs know
that there isn't much really good
modern music over there, and
what there is, usually is just a
good copy of the style and ar arrangementsof
rangementsof arrangementsof some famous U.S.
group... Gardner McKay, the re recent
cent recent life cover boy. certainly is

beautiful, but the quotes attnbut
ed to him are rather dispiri'ine.
It's obvious Aldous Huxley isn't
writing his material.

Apparently Yul Brynner doesn't

want his young son to oe expos exposed
ed exposed to the breezy and sometimes
chilling experience of traveling by

sports car. During ine fans mm mm-ine
ine mm-ine of his latest picture the ac

tor seed about in his Mercedes

while the boy followed close be

hind in a chauffeured Rolls

Rovce. .A TV network hired

director to go to Washington and

give lessons in acting and tele television
vision television techniaue to one of the ma

ny presidential Hopefuls. The
would-be chief executive was

treated to exactly two sessions

in how to emote for the came

ras before the video expert be

came tied up in another project

er met her, juit thinks "MijanouH
is a melodic name.

In case you haven't been drop dropping
ping dropping into the night spots lately,
the current pet topic of the floor
show comedians is Gov. Long of
Louisiana Some of them even
burlesque his much-publicized ta ta-tifs
tifs ta-tifs by putting pillowcases over
their heads and popping false
teeth out of their mouths in tha
middle of a speech. .The Eng

lish press slaughtered Orion

Welles for his performance in

his just-finished flicker. '. .Nata .Natalie
lie .Natalie Trundy's date at Romeo- Sal Sal-ta's
ta's Sal-ta's was Charles Hirahon, whom
she plans to marry in the FalL

He's already bought the rtaf.

Somerset Maucham mav enma

to the U.S. for medical attention.

Boris Vian. the controversial

French author of "J'Irai Craeh.

er Sur Vos Tombes" ("I'll Spit
on Your Graves"), dropped dead
during a screening of the f!!

version of his book. Just a short

time before, he hsd denoune.

ed the movie in violent lanwar

over the radio.

Record shops- are preparing for

a massive disc war. All the ma

jor companies are burning me

midnight electric bulbs mapping

out campaigns to slash the pne

e on single discs, i

The Concord Hotel reports that.

despite 30 policemen, 2,000 crash

ers managed to climb over fenc fences
es fences to mingle with, the legitimate

guests when Sammy Davis Jr.
made his most recent appear appearance
ance appearance there. .The Murray Kauf Kaufmans,
mans, Kaufmans, who've been separated,

will get a divorce, and friends
expect he'll take a former Copa
chorine as his fourth bride.

Isn't lt awful? Those two

sweet k'ds. Mickey Cohen and

Candy Barr, have been quarrel-

in? ... Gt that ""ote from Rob

ert Mitchum: "The worst thing

for an actor is to set rich. It has

ru'tied far more actors than
drink." (Sure wrecked Cary

Grant's career!)... George Shear-

inc has written a lazz tribute to

Brigitte Bardot's sister. He's nev-

Lowell Birrell. the fugitive ft

nancier, evaded the many pro process
cess process servers looking for him just
a few months ago by a very
simple ruse. He entered the TI S

via Puerto Rico, oassine the im.

migration authorities there and

attracting no attention Thp hi..

sle between Gene ("Baf Master Master-son")
son") Master-son") Barrv and th imwf,,.

of his TV show isn't over by any

ine laiesx row concerns
some $30,000 which the produc producers
ers producers say Barry is obliged bo pay
to reimburse those who were put
out of work for a day by his re recent
cent recent "strike."
Betty Com den and Adelnh
Green are building one of the
biggest box office advances in
tte history of the Westport Play Playhouse,
house, Playhouse, They open there in their a a-musing
musing a-musing revue "A Party" on Aug.
27. .Andre Previn and singer
Dory Langdon are about to name
the wedding day.

Virginia Island
Getting Ready
For Ponv Penning
ASSATEAGU& ISLAND, Va.
(UPI) A herd of wild ponies
which lives alone on this narrow
island falls victim to the wiles of
m?n today in an annual two-day
itioo called the "nonv nan.

ning." -iwfW

volunteer firemen from Chineo Chineo-teague,
teague, Chineo-teague, Va., row acros a 209 209-yard
yard 209-yard intent to the marshes here
and her the ponies back.
Spvpral thousand tmmrtiirm

expected to see the ponlei driven

tnroufih the streets of Chinco Chinco-teague
teague Chinco-teague to a corral for an uneasy
night preceding.-a Dublie auction

Thursday.
The auction, which suports the
fire department for another year,
usually brings about $100 for male
colts and $200 for mare colts.

Breeders and pet fanciers turn

out to pick their favorites.
The remaining ponies then will

be- driven back to Assatague for

anotner year ot peace.

BALBOA Theater j
Big Stage Show! I
SUNDAY, AUG. 2 j
Show Time: 1:55 7:35

Featuring
JACK BROOKS
Comedian and
Pantomime Artist

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MARILYN GUMIN
Singing Star
GROVER RUWE
Ventriloquist
and
THE
JOE GUMIN QUINTET
ALSO On The Screen
JOHN WAYNE
Maureen O'HARA
- in
"THE QUIET MAN"

Admission: .50 1.00

Show Time:
1:30 5:10 8:50 p.m.

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COL. JOHN D. CONEY, post commander, Fort Clayton, does the honors by cutting the cake in com commemoration
memoration commemoration of the 184th anniversary of the U.S. Army Chaplains' Corps, at a formal gathering of
the Fort Clayton chaplains in the Religious Center last Sunday. The Chaplains' Corps was officially
recognized as a part of the Army on July 29, 1775. Pictured here, from left to right are: Chap Chaplains
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Ha Neck Predicts House

Will Revamp Labor Bill

WASHINGTON (UPIV-Hou

Republic an lcadev Charles A. Ha.
lmlr (TrwM nradicted todl

day that the House would dras

ocally overnaui iu laoot um
mittee'a union reform bill, mak
ing it acceptable to President Ei
enhower.

u Uaiuu? the fnrecast after dds

cussing the issue with Eisenhowei
at the President's weekly Whiu
House conference with GOP con

gressional leaders. baDor aecre
tarv James P. Mitchell also took

part in the talk.

RillivV deacribad the watered-

rinwn labor committee bul as

"woefully inadequate, sadly defi deficient
cient deficient He voiced confidence the

House would accept a stronger

substitute proposea Dy iteps. rnu
M. Landrum (D-Ga.) and Robert

P. Griffin R-Mich.).
"I predict at this tome that we
will have the votes to do it," Hal Hal-iMr
iMr Hal-iMr aaiH H described the substi

tute as a "fair and moderate"

measure that would punisn no
one for legitimate labor activity.
h mid neither the President

nor Mitchell has had time to

study the substitute. But ne ex expressed
pressed expressed the belief that both would

be "pretty well sausnea wiia
Eisenhower has placed effective
labor reform legislation high on
this list of "must" bills.

Ths SaiuU alraadv has Dassed

nmswhst xtronffer bill with the

same aim of eliminating racket

eering and enforcing Democratic

procedures in unions.
Th A FT -CIO oDDoses both the

House and Senate measures. But

it has centered its cmef fire on
the Senate version because of Its
hill of ri?hts" orovdsion for

rank-and-file union members.

Chairman John L. McClellan
j-Ark.) of the Senate Rackets
ommittee today a a s a i 1 e
FL-CIO President George Meany
ind Teamster Chief James R.
I off a for pinning an "anti-union"
label on the proposed legislation.

He told a National Press Club
lunch both the House and Senate

versioni were designed to protec
rather than, punish union mem
hers while making "hard the wnv

for crooks and traitors who seek
to use union office for their own

enrichment."

Labor reform legislation is one
of the many issues that Congress

must face before it can adjourn

Halleck said Congress could quit

by Aug. 15 if it wanted to. Bu

Senate GOP leader Everett M

Dirksen (111.) said he had no hope

of adjourning that early.

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NEW YORK William A. Shea, i

announcing plans for a third base-1

uall major league to be known as
:he Continental League:

"We anticipate the cooperation I

jf organized baseball. But we are

all in this to stay and we are
going to back out no matter what i
happens."

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LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. Vice
dm. Hyman G. Rickover, father

of America's atomic submarine,

ielling newsmen that the reactor
or the Soviet ice-breaker "Lenin"
was good, but no more advanced
than U.S. reactors:
"The design is adequate for their
purposes. You cant say th.i'
one reactor is superior to another."

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. Gov.
Earl Long of Louisiana discussing
psychiatrists:
"If you heard one of them talk,
you'd think he brought up the sun
that morning.'

Augvtt Roundtablas
Dates for the August roundta roundta-bles
bles roundta-bles were announced today by Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Scout Commissioner Ro Robert
bert Robert Boyd.
' The Pacific side roundtable will

be held Wednesday at the Pana

ma Canal Company's training cen center
ter center In Balboa starting at 7:30
p.m.
The Atlantic side roundtable
Will be held Monday, Aug. 10, at
the Margarita Service Center, al also
so also starting at 7;30 p.m.

MENOMONIE, Wis. Burlesque
queen Candy Mc Williams, after
her husband had been fined $250
for taking an axe to an uveren uveren-ihusiastic
ihusiastic uveren-ihusiastic patron who jumped on
stage and started ripping her
clothes off:
"They always yell and holler
trying to get me to take my
things off, but this is the first
time I've beer, attacked."
BEWARE OF SNAKES
GRAFENWOEHR, Germany Germany-(UPD
(UPD Germany-(UPD The surgeons office of
the U.S. Army 4th Armored Di Division,
vision, Division, stationed along the Iron
Curtain, warned soldiers to beware
of an unexpected enemy poison poisonous
ous poisonous snakes. The snakes, a viper
type called kreuzotter, have bit bitten
ten bitten several soldiers on maneu maneuvers
vers maneuvers here.

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VISITING SONGSTRESS Marilyn
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Gumin, recoraing long nyusi, u
in th -tit f the National StX)t-

Ught RWue, which will be playing

at military msiaiiauous arouuu mc
Isthmus during the coming wek.
The first performance will be at

Fort RODDe i neaier ai a p.m. xues-

day. Jack btooks is master 01
ceremonies for the troupe, which
is appearing here under auspices

Of U.S. Army lBriDDean opeciai
Services.

Thunderstorm Helps

Prisoners Escape

Newport Cily Jail

NEWPORT. Kr. (UPD Seven

nriannvf timing their bar-sawing

with a noisy tnunaerstorm, urone

out OI me .Newport chj jau wuf

yesterday.

TVi k Mel YY Q UTAH

bar in a lecond-floor cell block,
then cut through two more at a
window and lowered themselves

to the ground in a courtyard on a

rope made of bedding.
Thnv war McnHftpH a i Howard

Donald Glenn, 29, Birmingham,

Aia.; uempnui jjewis. i,
Kv JnDh James Dianardo. 24.

Newark. N.J.: Elbert Kenneth

Wellman, 30, Logan, w.va.; L.aw
i-onnm Davmonl Aliiml. 26. COV

incrtnn Kt Carl TTarvev Webb.

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Newport, ana Harry juee Aing,
r! f it

Cincinnati.

Four prisoners who dad not es es-rarip
rarip es-rarip i id the aeven had Dlanned

the break oyer a period oi weeks

and had been sawing through the
bars for the nast three days, cov

ering the marks with black shoe
polish. The four said the men

threatened their lives and had

censored all their mail for days

to prevent a leak of their plans.

The prisoners apparently had
been waiting for the right mo moment
ment moment to make their break. A

dance was to have been held in

courtyard below the window they
escaped from but a storm form'
postponement. The noise served

to drown out their sawing of eel
bars and they escaped unseen.

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: 3fr. and Mrs. Raul Paredes en entertained
tertained entertained at a cocktail party at
the Union Club last evening in
honor of Panama's Ambassador
to the Holy See, Adolfo Arias and
Sirs. Aria, who are vacationing
on the Isthmus.
Girl Of Month Dane
Jkt Cristobal Saturday
The member of the Girls Serv Service
ice Service Organisation who served the
most volunteer hours during July
i CLIMBERS KILLED
BOLZANO, Italy (UP1) Six
persons were killed in mountain mountain-climbine
climbine mountain-climbine accidents north of this

ity during the week end, police

faiu touay. me utrau uitiuucu
an Italian woman, three Italian
tnen and two Dutchmen.

will be honored at a Girl of the
Month dance Saturday evening at
the Cristobal YMCA.
The Ivan Lashley combo will
play for dancing from 8 to 11
p.m.

irked Ike Speaks
Sharply To Newsman
At Press Conference

BREAK FOR H
HEIDELBERG Germany (UP1)
--Gen. Clyde D. Eddleman, U.S.
Army commander in Europe, an announced
nounced announced today that the size of
(troop units participating in future
holiday parades and ceremonies
would be reduced to the "abso
Jute minimum to give the sol soldiers
diers soldiers a break. Eddleman said
(that he wanted the soldiers to en en-jjoy
jjoy en-jjoy holidays too.

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' WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower showed his an anger
ger anger yesterday and told a reporter
to sit down after the newsman

asked him about the administra administration's
tion's administration's policies on release of infor

mation.
The president's ire was direct

ed at Clark K. Moiiennoif, co:

respondent for the Des Moines

Register and Tribune.
Mollenhoff told the President to

day that the House acted to shut

off funds to the International Co Cooperation
operation Cooperation Administration nnlc-

certain reports on the foreign aid
program were made available to

tb" public.
The reporter asked if the Pre-:
ident felt this was a nersona cri criticism
ticism criticism and innnired if the admin
istration would chance what he
called its "secrecy policies."
The President reddened and
knit his brows. He renlied that
Mollenhoff besan his ouestion bv
stating a premise that was not
true. When thp rptiorter bfsan to
rise and explain the auestion, the
President bluntly told him to
plpase sit down.
The President went on to say
that no administration had gone
farther than his In making public
information that should not be
keot confidential in the interest of
nptional security.
He referred to the House action
inirpMlv as n invc;rn of the
executive's resnonsibility and
probably unconstitutional.

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BALBOA Theater
Big Stage Shovel I

SUNDAY, AUG. 2 I

Show Time- S-SX

(mm I
ii j
Admission: .50 7.00

Featuring
JACK BROOKS
Comedian and
Pantomime Artist
MARILYN GUMIN
Singing Star
GROVER RUWE
Ventriloquist
and
THE
JOE GUMIN QUINTET
ALSO On The Screen
JOHN WAYNE
4 Maureen O'HARA
- in
"THE QUIfT MAN"

Show Time:
1:30 5:10 8:50 p.m.

STUDY TOUR Members of the "Latin America with Mary Hirschfield" tour hold a brief interview with Manuel J Jacome
Avianca's traffic and sales manager, before taking off for Bogota aboard the airline's "El J'anameno' flight The eroun of U.s'
students and teachers Is scheduled to visit several South American countries on the "study abroad olan"

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WORKIN' ON THE RAILROAD The quest for summer jobs hasn't driven Gall Hallas, 16,
lett, and Wanda Chism, 16, to such oily work on a locomotive in Detroit, Mich. They grabbed

v,.o., o, vi a jjiuKiawi puv un ipr nign Bonooi leaaers Dy ine Hailroad Com Com-munity
munity Com-munity Committee of Greater Detroit. The committee demonstrated modern railroad methods.

ARMY LODGE AF & AM
Special Communication -rr Saturday, August 1, 1959
Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa, Canal Zone
Memorial gervices will be conducted for our departed
BROTHER
JOHN ARTHUR HANSON

Lodge Opens 0900
DONALD E. WILSON
Secy

Memorial Services 1000
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Master

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Gulf Coast mood in his latest

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Dy tne canal Zone Library.
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EASY-GOING PINCH
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI) -Fortune
teller Jack Richard
Moss, 58, mis-read his crystal
ball today. "You're an easy
going type," he told a customer.
The customer then identified him himself
self himself as detective Bill Madison,
and arrested Moss for violation of
an anti-fortune telling law.

NBtl&Jk

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

House Judiciary Committee today
approved two administration civil

rights proposals, but rejected a
itird.

By a 18 to 12 vote the com

mittee defeated President Eisen

hower's recommendation to set up

commission to eliminate

discrimination in work on govern

ment contracts.

However, it approved, without

record votes, his recommenda

tions to require state officials to
permit federal inspection of their
election records and to extend
the life of Ihe Civil Rights Com Commission
mission Commission for two more years.
Th? committee, drafting' a civil
rights bill incloses sessions, now
has finished action on five of the
measure's eight points.
The sudcessful move to strike
out the proposed commission on
government contracts reportedly
was made by Rep. John H. Ray
(R-N.Y.).

Alabama Rape Trial
Opens For Accused
Negro Altacker

MONTGOMERY. Ala. (UPI)-A

Negro truck driver eoes on trial
for his life today for allegedly
racing a white nurse.

Drewey Aaron, 23, faces a pos possible
sible possible death sentence for the al

leged June 27 attack on the 31
vear-old woman. Under Alabama

law, names of race victims can cannot
not cannot be published. The victim is a
registered nurse, and a member

of a socially-prominent family.

Aaron, who reportedly jiened a

statement admitting the assault.

was required by state law to en enter
ter enter a plea of innocent because
rape is a capital crime in Alabama.

He was identified as the assail

ant by the victim durine a irranri

jury hearing two weeks ago.
Sheriffs deputies said A

signed the statement shortly after
his arrest on the day of the attack,

ana admitted the rape in details
Aaron, the deDuties said tnM

how he hid in a bedroom closet

while the Woman wai in her varA

She was attacked when she
opened the closet door. The wom wom-sn's
sn's wom-sn's year-old baby lay crying
nearby during the attack, depu

ties said.

His at'ornsvs. Solomon K Sev

'Jr. of Monte'omerv and J t.

Chesnutt Jr. of Selma. asked that
the indictment be dismissed be because
cause because it was based on a confes confession
sion confession "extorted and illegally ob obtained
tained obtained under circumstances of ex extreme
treme extreme duress and hv nA tkrnnoh

force and Violence." JXJ

Under the President's jilan, the
permanent commission t would
have taken over similar work
now done by a committee headed
by Vice President Richard M.
Nixon.
Some committee members con contended
tended contended that the work of eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating discrimination on government
contracts could be accomplished
better by the Nixon committee,
which is presidentially-appointed.
The committee made several
changes in the administration's
proposal to require state officials
to preserve election records and
permit the attorney general to
inspect them.
It agreed that the records
should be retained for two years,
instead of three as the adminis administration
tration administration recommended. It added
an amendment prohibitine the at attorney
torney attorney general from disclosing
contents of the records, except to

other government agencies, con-

sressional committees and grand

juries or unless ordered by a
court to disclose them

The committee made no change

in the administration pronosal to
continue the Civil Rights Commis Commission
sion Commission until September 1961.

A coalit'nn nf Republicans and
southern Democrats yesterday

scuttled the strongest and most
controversial part of the pending

committee pju. mis would have
let the attorney general bring
injunction suits to protect civil
rights of individuals.
Earlier-the committee aporoved
i provision making it a federal
crime to forcibly obstruct court
orders in school desegregation
cases.
Still pending are administration
oroposals to give, financial aid to
help states develop school deseg desegregation
regation desegregation programs, provide school schooling
ing schooling for children of military
personnel when local schools are
closed, and make it a federal
crime to cross state lines to
avoid prosecution for bombing
schools and churches.

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With the exception of the
Battle of Valcour Island on
Lake Champlain, almost all
other naval engagements of
.the Revolution were hetuwen

i tingle vessels. Among the

snips fighting for the Colonists
were many privateers, ships,
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instead of by the government!
The Colonists' ships sailed j
everywhere, dodging the hugei
British fleets', capturing overl
600 enemy merchant vessels, j
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ALCOHOL TAKES TOLL
WARSAW, Poland (UPI) P6 P6-lice
lice P6-lice reported, today that six
chemical plant workers died and
37 others were hospitalized after
they drank .methyl alcohol stolen
from their factory in B r t e g
Dolny. Police feared other work workers
ers workers at the Rokita chemical fac factory
tory factory were involved in the binge.

House Group OK's
Floating Bonds
For Highway Funds
WASHINfiTON fTTPn Tfea

House Ways and Means Commit Committee
tee Committee oday abprbved a plan to float
a billion dollars worth of bonds to
meet the federal highway financ financing
ing financing crisis; -c- .-

The proposaLwouH be linked

with a stretch-out in construction

of the 4 000-mlle interstate super superhighway
highway superhighway network. This stretch-out

would be felt by the states begin

ning with the apportionment or
federal money for the year start

ing JUIV 11960.
The Eisenhower administration
is opposed to the issuance of
bonds as a solution to the fi financing
nancing financing muddle. It has urged in instead
stead instead that Congress hike the fed fed-eral
eral fed-eral gasoline tax from three cents
a eallon to 4Vfe cents. The com committee
mittee committee Stet rejected the tax In Increase
crease Increase approach.
It was reported to have voted
15 to 10 at today's closed door ses session
sion session to approve the bond plan,
which was advanced by Rep.
Frank Ikard (D-Tex.).
The pronosal would authorize
issuance of up to one billion doll dollars
ars dollars worth, of revenue bonds
against the assets of the highway
trust fund. The bonds would be re repaid
paid repaid within five years.
To beef up the trust fund so
that tho

fifth of th receipts from the
existing 10 per cent excise tax
on new automobiles would he
shifted from the general fund to
fce hihw?" fund w f0Ur years,

vegmnuig July 1, I960.
This diversion scheme, also
criticized hv th emint...t:

".i auiiiimfluauun,
would brin in an estimated 250
million dollars a year for a total
of a billion dollars in four years.

iuvusai contemplates a
Stretch-Ant In tha nncfvHifi,M men-

grarn, now scheduled to be com completed
pleted completed hy 1972, to four years after
that date.

OVERZEALOUS ELECTRORS
CHESTERFIELD, England
(UPI) Union leaders ordered a
new election at Parkhouse Col Col-J'ery
J'ery Col-J'ery fter a somewhat over-en-
thUSiaStlC VOt fnr nninn nMinarm

The number of ballots cast ex

ceeoea me number of eligible vot voters
ers voters by 162 votes.

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SUBMARINERS MEET A World War II aubmartae skipper
and the captain of ons of today's submarines' exchanged sea
stories when Rear Adm, Lewis 8. Parks (left), the Navy's senior
officer m the Canal Zone, was visited by Lt. Cdr. Robert H.
Blount, commanding; officer of the guided missile submarine
USS Barbero which transited the Panama Canal this week.
The Barbero captain presented Parks a plaque depicting thj
Regulus guided missile which the submarine turn.



THURSDAY, JULY SO, 1151

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The Air
Line Pilot Ain. Urged Congress
today to prohibit liquor tales ai
consumption on domestic flights
so that crews won't have to spend
time "playing nursemaid to in inebriated
ebriated inebriated passengers."
Clarence N. Sayen, president of
the association representing pilofs
of 52 airlines, said the advent of
commercial jet flights has mag magnified
nified magnified the problems of "handling
large numbers of people of di diverse
verse diverse personalities in a confined
apace."
He also criticized as "not ade adequate"
quate" adequate" a proposed regulation by
the Federal Aviation Agency
which would bag. drinking in flight
except for drinks served by the
airline. The regulation also would
prohibit airlines from serving any
passenger who is, or apears to
be, intoxicated.
Among the drawbacks, Sayen
declared, "aprehension of pas passenger
senger passenger violators may result in
altercations and disturbances haz hazardous
ardous hazardous to air safety."
He said "there is little doubt
that the unregulated consumption
of alcoholic beverages by passen passengers
gers passengers in aircraft constitutes a com compromise
promise compromise with safety."
"An aprehensive passenger re relieved
lieved relieved of his inhibitions by alco alcohol
hol alcohol and panic stricken through
lome in-flight emergency may at attempt
tempt attempt to enter the cockpit and in interfere
terfere interfere with the operation of the
frcraft," he declared.
"No, pilot contemplates with
pleasure forced evacuation or
ditching of an aircraft' with a load
of passengers who may be even
lightly under the influence of alcohol."

DIIS OF WOUND
PARIS (UPI) Police an announced
nounced announced todav that. Mrs.
Jacques Quofez, 27, sister-in-law
of novelist Franpoise Sagan, died
last night fit gunshot wound.
It was understood a letter was
found beside her.

The reason some wemert lie is
that they consider it their duty to to-tpeak
tpeak to-tpeak well of their husbands.

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Gun Battalion, ,517th Artillery, congratulates 1st Lt. James D. Har Har-rover
rover Har-rover of C Battery and presents a certificate of promqtion to captain
in the U.S. Army Reserve. Harrover, a gun platoon leader of C Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, was first commissioned in June 1953, while a member of the
ROTC at Virginia Polytechnic Institute at Blacksburg, Va. The lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant and Mrs. Harrover and young daughter, Marilee, live at Fort
Clayton.
(US Army Photo)

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Al Texas Hospital

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI)

Two infanU are dead and four re remained
mained remained m critical condition today
from nnison sodium nitrite mis

takenly put in the babies' formu

las at the nursery oi nooen a.
Green Hospital.

HoiDiUl administrator William

Foster blamed a shortage of pro

fessional workera for th tragic
error, in which the poison tablets
aparently were aubstituted for
vitamin C UbleU which tiny

r)nlv resemble.

Th ooison was mixed into in-

fnt formulas on Friday. Two

baby boys, sons of Mrs. Aliada
HiviH and Mrs. Concha Ramoa,

died Saturday. Funeral services

were held for tbem-yesteraay

The four other babies were
saved when nurses noticed they
were turning blue and quickly
summoned doctora to pump their

stomachs.

The aurvi&aj infanta were said
to be still la critical condition

"but progressing satiafactorily."
Thev are twin eirls born to Mrs

.Trait. Rioias. a son born to Mrs.

Fred Campbell, and a daughter

of Mrs. Raul Martinei.

Foster said he had been unable
to determine who had made the

fatal substitution of poison tor tne
called-for vitamin. He said he had
questioned workers in both the
hospital pharmacy and the nurs nursing
ing nursing department and "someone la
lying."
"I don't know who, but discov discovery
ery discovery of the persons responsible
won't solve the problem," Foster
said.

"We Jwt have too many depart departments
ments departments and too few professional
workers." t
Foster said the hospital has at
ent only one registered pharma,
cist to dispense $180,900 worth of
drugs a year. He said that two
years ago the hospital had two
pharmacists to handle only J10.000

worth 01 meoicauon annuauy.
Duplicate Bridae
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H. Cole and T. Reed claimed
first place in the weekly USO
JWB duplicate bridge session Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at the A r m d
Forces Service Center to Balboa.
Placing second were P. Hodgson
and Rene Wolf; third, A. Zold Zold-heyi
heyi Zold-heyi and E. Wolf; and fourth,
Carlos Zelenka and A. Williams.

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WASHINGTON Rep. Silvio
Conte (R-Mass.), on the House of
Representatives rejection of Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's request for 500
million dollars for the develop development
ment development loan fund:
"I think it is bo exaggeration
to say that it (the request) got
Just about the same attention as
a skunk at a picnic."

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. Gov.
Earl K. Long of Louisiana, on
school desegregation:
"If you leave it to the Negro
children, they'd rather be with
their kind."
KRISTI ANS AND Norway-Steven
Rockefeller, son of New, York
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, on his
romance with Anne Marie Ras Ras-mussen,
mussen, Ras-mussen, a former maid in the
Rockefeller's New York apart apartment:
ment: apartment: "I like Anne Marie for what
she is."

FALLS CHURCH, Va. Mrs.

United Artists Announce Election
Of Louis Lober As Vice President

f 3 i

Arthur B. Krim,

President

Asyukiko Tamashiro, a Japanese- United Artists Corporation, an an-American
American an-American from Hawaii, on being nounced the election of Louis
told she cannot teach in a public! Lober as a vice-president of the

school here because of her race

"This will really be a shock for
the folks back home."

Lober, formerly General Man Manager
ager Manager of the Foreign Department,
has been elevated to the newly
created post of Vice-President in
charge of Foreign Operations.
In announcing the executive pro

motion, urim stated, "lt is

satisfaction

STICKY HIGHWAY
HATFIELD, England (UPI) A
tanker overturned and spilled 1, 1,-900
900 1,-900 gallons of sticky tar on a lone

stretch of one of Enelanria m1nr with a crrbnt riaal nt

highways Saturday, turning it in-1 and pride that I am able to note
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were used to remove the mess. I nited Artists during our last theatre arts major.

eight years of expansion. His elec election
tion election reflects the same spirit of
growth internally that the compa company
ny company has been able to achieve in
the entertainment industry."
Lober entered the film industry
in 1929 when be joined MGM. The
following year he was appointed
Manager for the Near East with
headquarters in Egypt, where he

remained until the outbreak of

World War II.
During the war, Lober served
with the Office of War Information
and became Chief of the Overseas
Motion Picture Bureau, connected
with U.S. Army Psychological War
fare. At the end of the War,
he re-joined MGM as Regional Di Director
rector Director for Europe and the Middle
East. In 1948, Lober joined War Warner
ner Warner Bross as assistant to Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President in Paris.
Lober joined the new manage management
ment management of United Artists in 1951 as
Continental Manager in Paris. He
was named General Manager of
the Foreign Department, with
headquarters in New York, in
January 1953.
Lober, who was born in England
and educated in the United

States, makes his home in New
York City, with his wife Eva, a
graduate of Hunter College. His
daughter, Vivian, recently receiv received
ed received a master's degree in anthopo anthopo-logy
logy anthopo-logy at Chichgo University. His
son Lionel, serving as a 1st Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant in the U. S. Marines, gra graduated
duated graduated Brandeis University as a

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THURSDAY, JTJlT IMW-."?

PAO! EIGHT
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Pitches Dodgers Into First Place Hn J
Trautman Bans Chattanooga
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Righthander Kalsomines
Pirates 2-0 On 6 Hits
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1 T 1 i

Craig

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 30 (UPI) It was a tough
fight, Ma, but the Dodgers finally made it tthe top
of the heap with the aid of Roger (Skinn) Craig,
who has put them in line for the fattest World Series

payoff ever.
Craig i sore-armed case no
one would've given a plugged
nickel for 3 months ago, pitch pitched
ed pitched the Dodgers Into first place
for the first time since May 12 by
beating the Pirates, 2-0, last
night-
The victory had the Dodgers
rubbing their hands on a number
of counts.
Primarily, of course, it brought
them visions of a world series
which could mean as much per perhaps
haps perhaps "as $15,000 per man.
Then, too, it meant that the six-foot-four,
189-pound Craig could
be counted on as a key man in
the stretch run even though the
Dodgers had to send him back to
the minors earlier this year be because
cause because his arm was so sore he
could hardly comb his hair.
Craig, whose combined won-lost
total with Los Angeles and St.
Paul was 7-18 last year, struck
out leven Pittsburgh batters and
allowed only six hits in fashion fashioning
ing fashioning his sixth victory last night a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst only two losses.
IMrtll the eighth inning, Craig
and' Vern Law both pitched
scoreless ball. Then the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers scored both their runs on
twe! singles, a walk and Don
Zi miner's double. That rally
dealt the Pirates their ninth
straight loss and knocked the
Giants out of first place.
The Phillies defeated the Giants,
8-1; the Braves topped the Cubs,
8-5, and the Reds routed the Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, 9-2 in their National
League games.
Kansas City's suddenly awaken awakened
ed awakened Athletics made it 10 in a row
with a 5-4 victory over Washing Washington
ton Washington In the American League;
Boston beat Cleveland, 4-1; Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore downed Detroit, 5-1, and
Chicago and New York played to
a 4-4 tie in game called after six
Innings because of rain.
Home runs by Ed Bouchee and
Gene Freese of the Phils proved
the downfall of the Giants. South Southpaw
paw Southpaw Johnny Antonelli yielded both
homers in the fourth Inning, Bou-
chee's coming with the bases
Freese'g with Wally Post on base.
Don Cardwell held San Francis Francisco
co Francisco to six hits, one of which was
a h()mer by Orlando Cepeda.
Hank Aaron led Milwaukee to
within a game of first place when
he slammed a pair of homers a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Cubs. Aaron drove in
three runs with his 25th and ,26th
homers and helped Lew Burdette
to his 14th victory.
Don McMahon took over for
Burdette In the seventh and
hurled three hitless frames. Be Before
fore Before departing, Burdetts yielded
peir of homers to Ernie
Benks, his 28th and 29th and one
to Simmy Taylor, his seventh.
Devs Killman was th loser.
Cincinnati came up with six
runs in the eighth to clinch its
victory over St. Louis. The Reds'
eighth-inning rally was composed
of five hits and three walks. Joe
Nuxhall snapped a personal losing
treak of six games while hurling
a six-hitter for his fourth tri triumph.
umph. triumph. Larry Jackson suffered his
eighth against nine wins.
The Athletics tightened their
hold on fourth place and handed
the Senators their 1th straight
setback, thus dumping them into
the A.L. cellar. Dick Williams hit
a two-run homer off loser Bill
Fischer and Roger Maris doubled
home two more runs in a three three-run
run three-run third inning rally. Reekie
John Tsitouris, the winner, held
Washington scoreless until he
weakened in the eighth. Bob Grim
finished and had to throttle a
ninth inning rally during
which
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the Senators scored their last two

runs.
Rookie Al Schroll out-pitched
Cal McLish in the Red Sox tri
umph over the Indians. Schroll
reeled off a six-hitter and didn't
walk a man in gaining his first
triumph. Sammy White collected
four of Boston's nine hits and
drove in the winners' first two
runs. The loss was only McLish's
fourth compared with 13 victo
ries.
The Orioles converted two
rrors by Tiger shortstop Coot
Veal into thres early runs and
youngsters Jerry Walker and
Milt Pappis did the rest with
a combined six-hit victory.
Walker went the first 6 2-3 in
nings and was credited with his
eighth victory in 13 decisions. He
had a two-hit shutout until the
seventh when a single by Lou Ber-
beret and a pinch double by roo rookie
kie rookie Steve Demeter produced the
only Detroit run.
Yogi Berra s 13th home run of
the season with one on in the
sixth earned the Yankees their
rain-abbreviated stalemate with
the White Sox. The tie game,
coupled with Boston's victory ov over
er over Cleveland, increased the White
Sox' lead to a full game over the
second-place Indians.
Bob Shaw worked the full six
innings for Chicago and gave up
only five hits. Whitey ford start
ed for the Yanks, gave up two
runs and then gave way to Duke
Maas in the second inning. The
White Sox went ahead. 4-2, in the
fifth on Jim McAnany's single, a
sacrifice, Luis Aparicio's triple
and Nellie Fox' infield out.
Sports Briefs
USSERY WINS THREE
NEW YORK (UPI)-Bobby Us
sery, the nation's leading rider
rrtif ViiTYi a ttiraa arinnari nnrr.
finished in the money with three,
outer mounts Monday at Jamaica.
He featured his spree with a win winning
ning winning ride aboard Start Counting
in the feature race.
TACKLE MCCORMACK HURT
Hiram, Ohio (UPI) Mike Mc Mc-Cormack,
Cormack, Mc-Cormack, veteran tackle and cap captain
tain captain of the Cleveland Browns, suf suffered
fered suffered a knee injury Monday dur during
ing during a workout. He was -sidelined
for five games last season with
a similar injury.
HARTACK STRETCHES LEAD
OCEANPORT, N. J. (UPI) -Jockey
Willie Hartack increased
his Monmouth Park riding lead to
52 Tuesday when he booted home
four winners. Hartack's victories
were aboard Wes Proud, Good
Broom, Steve W. and Wing Again.
CASEY SELECTS HOWARD
BOSTON (UPI) Elston Howard
of the New York Yankees has
been chosen by American League
All-star manager Casey Stengel
to replace injured teammate Bill
Skowron for the Aug. 3 game in
Los Angeles.
CLAY-RAY BOUT SET
NEW YORK (UPI)-Von Clay
of Philadelphia, unbeaten light
heavyweight, will meet Sonny
Ray of Chicago in a 10-round nationally-televised
fight in Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Aug. 21. Ray Is ranked
fourth in his division by the Na-
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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 250 official at bats)
National League
P. and C. G AB
Aaron, Mil. 97 395
Cun., St. L. 92 295
White, St. L. 95 351
Rob., Cin. 99 366
Temple, Cin. 100 405
Cepeda, S.F. 99 397
Gilliam, L.A. 92 332
Logan, Mil. 85 287
Banks, Chi. 99 380
Pinson, Cin. 99 420
Neal, L.A. 100 407
R H
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39 100
54 118
75 120
70 133
67 127
63 105
37 90
64 118
81 130
74 124
Pet.
.362
.339
.336
.328
.328
.320
.316
.314
.311
.310
.305
American League
Kuenn, Det. 93
Wood., Bal. 93
Maris, K.C. 69
Fox, Chicago 98
Kaline. Det. 84
367
297
266
403
324
369
403
290
282
345
64 126
43 102
48 91
52 136
59 106
61 117
79 122
40 87
39 84
64 102
.343
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.342
.337
.327
.317
Runnels Bos,
Power, Cle.
Kubek, N.Y.
Skow., N.Y.
Mantle, N.Y
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.300
.298
.296
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Bell, Reds N
Cepeda, Giants
97
89
82
71
71
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Maxwell, Tigers
Lemon, Senators
81
75
73
68
64
Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
29
27
24
24
21
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Lemon, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Maxwell, Tigers
Jensen, Red Sox
33
30
26
23
22
22
22
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated on 12 or more decisions
National League
Face, Pirates
Antonelli, Giants
Drysdale, Dodgers
Newcombe Reds
Mizell, Cards

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11 6 .647
13 4 .765
9 3 .750
9 4 .692
11 5 .688
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Shaw, White Sox
Mossi, Tigers
Pappas, Orioles
Wynn, White Sox
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1 Batsmen Stage
Big Uprising With
51 Runs, 84 Hits
NEW YORK. July 29 (UPI)
This season has been a pitcher's
year so far in the International
League, but the hurlers finally
got-their lumps last night when
a parade of 23 pitchers in four
games gave up 84 nits ana ax
runs.
At Buffalo, the front running
Bisons punched across eight runs
in trie first inning, then withstood
late Columbus rally to outlast
the Jets. 12-8. Ken Lehman, the
first of four Buffalo moundsmen,
received credit for his eighth vic victory
tory victory of the campaign. Both teams
banged out a total of 30 hits in
the wild battle, but Jackie Phil Phillips
lips Phillips of the Bisons was the only
man who connected ior a nomer.
The Richmond Vees, with Frank
Leja and Bobby Deakin slugging
homers, topped the Rocnester ea
Wings, 10-6, at Rochester for their
fourth straight win. Ben Flowers
pitched from the fourth inning on
in relief of starter Bob Wiesler
to gain the victory.
The Miami Marlins pushed a a-cross
cross a-cross a single run in the .1th in inning
ning inning at Toronto to win an extra extra-inning
inning extra-inning tussle from the Maple
Leafs, 6-5. Herb Moford, the
third Miami pitcher, picked up
the win in relief.
In the only pitcher's battle of
the night, the Havana Sugar
Kings tripped the Montreal Roy Royals,
als, Royals, 3-1, at Montreal, with win winner
ner winner Walt Craddock and loser Re Rene
ne Rene Valdes both going the dis distance.
tance. distance. Tony Gonzalez' two run
circuit in the eighth inning was
the margin of victory for the Cu Cubans.
bans. Cubans. Gambling Payoffs
Said Commonolace
in Southern Assn.
SHREVEPORT, La. (UPI) -The
suspension of two Chatta
nooea Lookout players for "fail
ure to report attempted bribery
may be just one scratch on the
surface of gambling activity in involving
volving involving Southern Assn. players,
Atlanta Journal sports writer Bob
Christian said today.
In a coovriehted article. Chris
tian said "a source masked in
deepest secrecy" admitted to him
that one or two players from each
of "several, if not all." Southern
Assn. clubs have allegedly cooper
ated with gamblers by "fouling
off" pitches deliberately.
Christian said he checked with
other sources and although none
were as outspoken, it was the gen general
eral general feeling that "it looks like
something funny has been going
on for long time."
However, it was emphasized
that at no time did the "agree "agreement"
ment" "agreement" between player and gam gambler
bler gambler call for any action that would
directly affect the outcome of a
ball came, the sports writer said.
He explained that nlavers were

explained that players were
ensated for nothing more thanlx S
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S.O.S. Gets Jamin
Artichokes Before

US Debut Saturday
WESTBURY, N. Y. (UPI)-Ja-mifl,
the French harness racing
champion with the exotic feeding
habits, will get the artichokes he
requires for his American debut
Saturday night.
In response to an appeal by
Roosevelt Raceway officials, the
village of Castroville, Calif, is
shiping 180 pounds of artichokes
by a United Airlines plane so that
Jamin will enjoy the proper diet
in preparation for the Aug. 1 In Inaugural
augural Inaugural International trot. Jamin
is one of the favorites in the rich
race.
Roosevelt Raceway representa
tives will be on hand at Idlewild
Airport when the plane is due to
arrive at 8:30 a.m. e.d.t. today.
They will immediately load the
artichokes aboard a helicopter
bound for the race track where
Jamin is stabled.
Track officials said that no
sooner had they made the an
nouncement that they were having
trouble obtaining artichokes for
Jamin's feed bin when they were
flooded with offers of help.
A man for the New York bor
ough of the Bronx offered some
artichokes which he raised in his
back yard, And a lady from Con Connecticut
necticut Connecticut also offered some which
she grows in her greenhouse.
When Roosevelt s appeal lor
help appeared in the Montery
Peninsula Herald, 15 miles from
Castroville, Eugene Boggiatto of
the Ranch and Packing Co. hired
school children to collect the sea season's
son's season's first crop of artichokes for
shipment to New York.
GIANTS OBTAIN BYERLY
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -El-
dred (Bud) Byerly, 28-vear-old re relief
lief relief pitcher who formerly ap appeared
peared appeared in the majors with the
Cards, Reds and Senators, was
obtained by the San Francisco
Giants Sunday from Minneapolis
of the American Assn., in ex exchange
change exchange for pitcher Billy Muffett
and cash.
fouling off pitches for the benefit
of gamblers 'Who placed bets with
bookies in the stands. It could not
be established if the practice has
been prevalent or if any alleged
participants are now playing on
Southern Association clubs.
Odds on foul balls established
by bookies fluctuate, but one
price quoted as three-to-one on
the first three pitches and three-to-two
on any pitch
However, no connection was es established
tablished established between the case involv involving
ing involving Lookout players Jesse Levan
and Waldo Gonzales and the foul
hall bidding.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 30

(UPI) Minor League President
George M. Trautman today ban
ned first baseman Jesse Levan
of the Chattanooga club in the
Southern Association from base
ball for life for his role as a con contact
tact contact man for a gambler who
tried to fix some Chattanooga
games.
Shortstop Waldo Gonzalez of
Chattanooga was suspended until
July 3, 1960.
Trautman said no proof was
found during hearings en the
affair that any games were ac actually
tually actually fixed. But he said it was
apparent 'that several players
are guilty of not having report
ed attempts to induce them te
throw games."
"It is shocking to this office
that several players did not re report
port report promptly the fact that this
gambler was actively engaged in
a program to fix games," Traut Trautman
man Trautman said. He did not identify the
gambler.
During hearings in Nashville on
July 3, Trautman said pitcher
James Heise of Chattanooga testi testified
fied testified that Levan approached him
twice,, once before the season and
once during it, to ask if he want wanted
ed wanted to 'make a 'little money" by
"delivering easy-to-hit pitches" to
the players of the opposing team.
Trautman said Heise testified
he refused.
Another Chattanooga pltchtr,
Thomas MeAvoy, testified that
Levan also approached him with
the offer in Mobile. MeAvoy
said ha thought Levan was tak
ing and did not report the Inci Incident.
dent. Incident. Sam Meeks, Mobile's first-base
coach, testified that Levan offer offered
ed offered him a deal in Mobile.
He said Levan suggested Meeks
watch Gonzalez, playing shortstop
for Chattanooga, before each
pitch. Meeks said Levan told him
Gonzalez would stand erect if he
catcher signaled for a fast ball
or would crouch if he called for
a curve.
Meeks then was to tip off the
Mobile batsman as to what pitch
to expect.
Meeks said he rejected the
bribe. He said no amount of mon money
ey money was mentioned.
All members and prospective
members of the Diablo Bowling
Leagues are ureed to attend the
first meetings of their leagues to
organize for tne 1959-1960 season.
There are vacancies in all leagues
ana prospective members are in
vited to attend.
Meeting nights are as follows:
Diablo Major League-August 4th,
7:30 p.m. Cosmopolitan League-
August 5th, 7:30 p.m. Classic
League-August 7th, 7:30 p.m.
All meetings are to be held in
the Diablo Heights Service Center
If you were a member of the
Major or Classic League last year
and are unable to bowl this year
contact Bud Balcer, secretary of
the Major and Classic League at
telephone 2-2421.
Bowlers wanting information a
bout the Pacific Cosmop o 1 i t a n
League contact Betty Co 1 e m a n
League secretary, at tele phone
2-1468 or League President, Dick
Soyster at telephone 2-3115.
Bell Announces
New Football Loop
In The Offing
WASHINGTON (UPI) Foot
ball Commissioner Berl Bell said
today that a new professional foot football
ball football league will be announced
shortly with at least six teams
spanning the nation from coast to
coast.
Bell told the Senate antl trust
and monopoly subcommittee that
the new league will not be an ad adjunct
junct adjunct of the present 12-member
National Football League but a
rival outfit. He said the present
league supports it wholeheartedly.
Bell said he did not know what
six teams would orieinallv form
the league. But he speculated that
they would be Houston. Denver.
Minneapolis and "probably" New
York, Dallas, and Los Angeles.
He said other cities that have
shown interest are Louisville. Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Miami, Seattle and San Fran
cisco. Bell said he thought the
loop probably would start with
six teams and then expand to
eight or more.
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Philadelphia at San Francisco
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N)
St Louis at Cincinnati (N)
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 000 300 000 x s n
San Francisco 000 100 0001 6 0
Cardwell (5-6) and Lonnett.
Antonelli (14-6) and Schmidt.
Landrith,
(Night Came)
Chicago 000 103 1005 8 I
Milwaukee 201 120 20x 8 11 0
Hillman (5-8). Drabowskv. Sin-
gleton and S. Taylor.
Burdette (14-10). McMahon nd
Crandall.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 200 000 0002 1 2
Cincinnati 021 000 06x 9 10 0
Jackson (8-9). McDaniel. Urban
and Porter.
Nuxhall (4-8) and Bailey.
(Night Came)
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000
Los Angeles 000 000 02x 2
Law (11-7) and Burgess.
Craig (6-2) and Pignatano.

Trans-American Conference'

Is Tentative Name Of New

Major Pro Football League

By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK (UPI) A former
professional football star who is
involved in creatinj a new ma
jor pro football league disclosed
today that the loop, tentatively
named the "Trans-America Con Conference,"
ference," Conference," hopes to begin operation
next year with 12 teams.
Travis Tidwell, former New
York Giant passing ace, said the
aiew league would be "just as rep
resentative as the National Foot
ball League, with teams from
coast to coast and Miami to New
York."
Existence of plans for a new
pro football league was revealed
Tuesday by Bert Bell, commis
sioner of the NFL, in testimony
in Washington, D.C., before a' Sen Senate
ate Senate subcommittee which is con conducting
ducting conducting hearings on anti-trust bills
relating to pro sorts. Bell said
the NFL would "welcome" the
new loop.
Bell said the league probably
would start with teams from
Houston, Denver, Minneapolis,
iNew York, Dallas, and Los An
geles, and said other possible
members are Louisville, Boston
Miami, Seattle, San Francisco and
Buffalo.
Tidwell, who is vacationing
here, stressed that he could "not
speak for the league or as repre representative
sentative representative of the league."
"But I can tell you we are mak making
ing making dfinite plans to play in 1960,"
he said. v
Tidwell, 34-year-old Birming
ham, Ala., estate counselor who
starred at quarterback for Au
burn, said that theleague as first
discussed hat been called the
"Mid-America Professional Foot
ball League."
"But it has mushroomed beyond
that now and is truly national in
scope, he said.
Tidwell said the league would
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COCO SOLO 7:00
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Fri. "Ride a Crooked Trail"

viARGARITA John Wayne Maureen OUara
7:00 '"WINGS OF EAGLES'
Friday "The Spanish Gardener"

GATUN Lloyd Bridges Joan Taylor

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New York at Chicago

Baltimore at Detroit
Washington at Kansas City (Jjjg;
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Cleveland 001 000 0001 8 1 1'
Schroll (1-1) and White.
McLish (13-4), Cicotte and Fitv
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Baltimore 210 001 1005 7
Detroit 000 000 1001 61
Walker (8-5), Pappas and Trl Trl-andos.
andos. Trl-andos. Foytack (9-9), Burnside and HeK "',
beret.
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New York 020 0024 5 0
Chicago 020 0204 8 0,

Ford, Maas and Berra.
Shaw and Bomano.
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Kansas City 203 000 OOx 5 lfS'
Fischer (8-6), Stobbs, Clevenger :
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Tsitouris (1-0), Grim and Cbltl...
have a "minimum" ef 10 teams'

and "nrohnhlv" 12 rifvMoa UnH)

two divisions. ': ,f

Tidwell declined to identifv inv

of the cities being considered "be-" .1'

cause everybody has to be con con-sidered"
sidered" con-sidered" or any of the persons In-.
volved in the promotion. But he-
said that "sonic of the same peo-"
pie" who are behind the new Con-
tinental major baseball league are"."
backing the new pro football
league.
"Our plans have been delated!?

because of the baseball league,
ne saw, "on me tneory of firtt,
things first."
Junior Olympics
Trial Swim Meets
Tomorrow morning at
a.m.
young swimmers on both sides of''

the Isthmus will take to the water ;
to attempt to qualify for the. ..
Junior Olympics Short Course,
Swim Meet. It is schedueled for .'
Friday, Aug. 7, at 9 a.m. at the
Gamboa swimming pool. .
Judging from the fine showing,
in the workouts being held daily, -r
thre are a lot of determined girli,
and boys who intend to be among
those present at the Aug. 7 meet.
All those planning to attempt to
qualify are reminded that you
must present your green identifi identification
cation identification pool card for admittance to i..
the trials.
Atlantic aiders will report M
the Gatun pool and Pacific aiders
to the Gamboa pool. r
Please remember you do not
need your AAU card for the trials,
bub' a current AAU card Is re-
quired for the finals, Aug. 1. ..
For further information about
the trials or the finals call Gamboa- -pool,
Tel. 6-425 or Gatun pool, Tel.,
5-133.

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Deportivo Iris
Mentolados
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NO TROUBLE Danny Boy takes his nifty rider. Pat Moss.

,ovef a jump in fine style in" the Royal International Horse
Show in London. The eyent is the Manifesto Stakes.

Anti-Trust Laws Exemption
For Pro Sporty Asked By
Senator Kenneth Keating

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Kenneth B. Keatins (R-N.Y.) said
t6uay that if Congress does no.
act quickly to clearly exempt big
priiessional team sports from ihe
anti-trust laws, "we court disaster
for thfe pasttimes so many Ameri Americans
cans Americans love so well."
Keatinj told the Senate anti antitrust
trust antitrust and monopoly subcommittee
that "it is vital that the action we
take in the best interests of

he sports themselves, the players
involved, and- ttost particularly
the millions "of sports fans of

America."

W urced anoroval of his bill to

mnt Drofessional. baseball, foot

ball. Tiasketball and hockey from

the anti-trust laws except in their

business aspects.

US Enters Largest
Pari-Am Games
Squad Of Athletes

CHICAGO (UPD-The largest
squad ever to represent the Unit

ed States in international compeu
inn re nffioiallv entered yester

day for the third Pan American

games, ug. ZY-aepi.

Four hundred and eight top U.S.
amateurs in track, basketball,
boxing, wrestling and other sports
Willi be eligible to compete.
Kenneth L. (Tug) Wilson, president-
of the United States Olympic
Association, delivered the official
team entry blanks to Michael J.
McDermott, chairman of the
games' Chicago organizing com-
The U.S. squad includes a full
delegation of entries in each of the
27 sports categories 20 for men,
even for women on the Pan
American Games program.
The squad is far and away the
Bation'i largest in history. Three
years ago, in the Olympic Games
at Melbourne, Australia, a previ previous
ous previous Tiigh of 326 was entered.
The U.S. squad will include 325
men and 83 women.
Anlnflux of mail from other na nations
tions nations of North, Central and South
Amrir and the Caribbear

brought to 12 Tuesday the total of
countries officially on the entry
list. All entries put in the mail
Tuesday will qualify under the
elosiftg deadline and it may be an

other 10 daya oetore we run uai
of fimoetine nations is known.

The U.S. squad is headed by the
tracl and field' men's team which
whipped Russia in the recent dual
mI t Philadelohia. Even this

unit? will be stronger, officials
aid,' aince by agreement only two
entries per side were permitted in
the Philadelphia meet.
At'oldiers Field 'here; the Unit
ed Statea will send Its three top
mett'lnto every track and field
contest.

Keating criticized parts of a

rival bill by Chairman Este's Ke-

lauver (D-xenn.). This would pu(

baseball under the anti-trust laws

along with the other three sports,

but give them all special exemp

tions in their non-business aspects

such as player contracts, etc. Ke-

fauver's measur also would limit

to 80 the number of players any

team could control.- ...

'The New "York senator was the

first witness as the subcommittee
opened public hearings on the
. ,. hi- i j n

two: mils oniy o..e nay auer an announcement
nouncement announcement of the founding of a

third major baseball league.

Keating said Kefauver's bill

"goes too far in the direction of

setting the federal government

111 10 me uusruess ui icguiaims uui

professional team sports."

He also said the proposed limit

on the number of players con

trolled by one team "could wreck
baseball's minor leagues, which

wovide the lifeblood for the big

leagues. It would do this simply

:bv cutting off i their source of

funds "because most minor league

clubs depend on parent major

loops teams for support."

Kefauver said in his opening

statement that he was "not wed

ded to the figure of 80". But
said he felt some limit "would

give substantial relief M minor

leagues whach how suiter De

cause some major clubs control

as many as 450 players.

Prosneets for action on sports

legislation this year were slim.

The House, which osssen an
equivalent of th" Keating bill last

ear. has not even schedulec

hearings.

The league-leading Deportivo
Iris will face their most serious
rivals Mentolados of Rainbow Ci City,
ty, City, in what is termed a crucial
game tonight for the fourth time.
The situation is such that an
Iris win will put the Ud on the
1959 campaign, while a Mentola Mentolados
dos Mentolados victory will face the league to
schedule a one-game sudden-death
playoff on Monday.
In three previous meetings, the
league leaders have won two, but
th rnnrensus is that Mentolados

will win tonight and go on to win

ine crampiunamp. m

meetinp. the glr's piayea an over

time, five-period contest wnicn

Mentolados won 35 to n. Iris' two

victories were 35 to 29 and 36 to
32.

CLINTON PARRIS HONORED
Mentolados coach. Clinton Parris

who is ill in the Coco Solo Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, will be the recepient of the
dedication from his team of to tonight's
night's tonight's game. The girls told this
writer that ttey know nothing
mnid nl sit "Buck" more that his

hearing that they win tonight's
"big game." This they claim will
be added reason for them to ex

tend tonieht.

As preliminaries, there will be

two minor league eamea. Mente-

ados will meet Thompson ana

San Jose will fae cavaliers.
Both games will carry the win

ners into the finals oi tne ooion

minor league.

Following the ins-Mentoiaaos

same, (jerveza Baiooa s n o u i a
face Pepsi Cola. Interest will be
ppntered on Leonel' ("Buddy")

Kine, sensational f i r e b a 1 1 i n e
rookie who has chance to win the
honor of "most points scored."

Currently he is only eight points
behind Arturo Agard who ramm rammed
ed rammed 31 points against King his

Pepsi Cola teammates on Mon
dav oast. In this contest, Marlbo

ro ended their nine-game schedule

without a loss.

Ikle To Attend
Am Comes
0enjnci Fete
tfASHIMMW (UPI) Presi Preside
de Preside 1 Ciseanower accepted an in invitation
vitation invitation today to attend the

opening ceremonies for the Pan-

American fames at uueago Aug.
27. 2
White House press secretary

Vient would make a one-aay trip
o Uttand the ceremonies at Sol Sol-AlieiH
AlieiH Sol-AlieiH Field In Chicago but would

nocisea any of the competition tn

we' track and field vents,

ehts.

Betsy Rawls Now
Within $1,000 Of
Record Earnings

CHICAGO (UPI)-Betsy Rawls,
a college educated pro golfer,
climbed within $1,000 of record

winnings for a lady pro today
when her 1959 earnings soared to
$19,654 with victory in the rich richest
est richest tourney of the year.
Miss Bawls, 31, who graduated

from the University oi texas De De-fore
fore De-fore she took up golf for a living
added $6,500 to her earlier win.

nings Monday when she came
home in front in the $20,000
Mount Prospect women's open

tournament, the biggest single

payoff of the tour. It was her sey
enth tournev win this year.

She wound up with a 291 card
five strokes under Bar. with a ft

nal round of 72. two under par,

to stand off the challenge of

Mickey Wright, Fay Crocker and
Beverly Hanson and take the
award. Her total earnings now
compare to the ladies record
earnings for one year of $20,235

by Marlene Hagge in mats.
Miss Rawls, who on the second
round set a course record with a

69, was tied with Miss Hanson for
first place after 54 holes. But
Miss Hanson soared to a 77 on
her last round and wound up fifth
with a 296 for $920. Miss Hanson

was leading after nine holes,
though, before feor game col

lapsed.
MissWricnt. second lead

money 'Winner ? and trailing Mist

Rawli by barely $7W oetore
tournev beiani waa only i

stroke behind when the last round
began. She, too, had her momenta
in front, leading by two strokes

while all three were on their i
nine. In fact she came, to the 1

hole needing only a par to tie
But she shoved her approach lntc

a trap, approached short and then
fell to second place when her 15
foot putt hit the cup and rolled

over.

Agard came into the contest 15

Doimts behind King. His mates

helped him by playing the game

around him, giving "'him eyerypos eyerypos-sible
sible eyerypos-sible chance to make points. On
the other hand King was closely

guarded alternately, by Bobby

Taylor and Jose Julio Noel, and

was held to a mere eignt points,
King will have "his chance to

night, if Cerveza Baiooa pjays io

night. This second place club
failed to show up last Monday

and dropped one by forfeit to

Powells Garage, rne league nas
dec'ared that if Balboa fails to be
on hand at game time they will

automatically lose second place,

First game tonight will begin

at 6:15 p.m. in the Colon Arena.

LATIN AMERICA SCHOOL
LEAGUE

Two years ago today, the fur- gate and a minimum of $125,000

lorn and forshaken Giants, stum

bling toward sixth place and a

Polo Grounds deficit attendance

of 653,923, more than 150,000 be

low their financial break even
point for the year, faced the
stark necessity of moving or dig digging
ging digging up fresh money.
Now we find the erstwhile or orphans
phans orphans of the Harlem storm hap happily
pily happily relocated in San Francisco,
where they glory in first place,

are certain to oeat ineir m'z.-

625 attendance of last season,
and reldy to take possession of

their new stadium at Candlestick
Point, costing $11,000,000 and
seating 45,000. The shift appears
to have worked.

While all this is cooking at the

Golden Gate, Wall Street sources

come forward with the fantastic
statement that a unit of stock,

one share of preferred and one

of common, in the National Ex Exhibition
hibition Exhibition Co., which operates the
Giants, now is quoted at an in

credible $840. Two years ago the

price was $170, with small ac

tion.

Authority for the $840 quotation

is the Wall Street brokerage firm
of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner

and Smith, through its "Investor's
Reader."

As there are 1,730 units of Na

tional Exhibition stock the re reported
ported reported quotation would appear to
establish the stock value of the
Giants at $9,870,000. No other
club in the major leagues ap approaches
proaches approaches this in paper worth.

What makes the $840 figure all

the more fantastic is the fact

that the Giants do not own I
ball park, and that the book val

ue represents only the players, a
franchise, a lease on the new sta stadium
dium stadium in San Francisco, and such
ephemera as prospects and good
will.

STONEHAM BLOSSOMS OUT

If the reported stock value of

the Giants is close to $10,000,000,

Horace Stoneham, who has a 51

percent family control, with 17

of it said to be his personal pro

oerty, has blossomed forth as a

bona fide, genuine multimillion

aire.

National Exhibition Co. stock

is held very closely, and only sel

dom do sjnall blocks appear on

me marnei. it tne issue were
traded in on Wall Street, with in

vestors finding public financial

statements available, that $840

quotation would be knocked inti

the Pacific.

For one thing, the Giants still

are rather heavily tied up in

Harlem. They must continue t

pay rent on the Polo Grounds

and the parking lot next door un

til April 30, 1962.

In San Francisco that ball club

has a long-term lease on the al

most completed stadium, with
payment of 5 percent of the net

This is one of the softest deals ir,

the major leagues, even if the i
city of San Francisco will MJpj

the parking revenue.

It is noted that for 77 National i

League games and any oth r

baseball contests, such as tn-

World Series, the Giants are ask
ed to pay less than the 49ers pro professional
fessional professional football team has to
shell, out for 10 games in San
Francisco's Kezar Stadium.

However, fine, as the Giants'

deal may be, it still does not jus

tify an $840 quotation on a unit
of stock. Even if Horace could
guarantee a Yankee pace, with
nine, pennants in the next 10
years.

BASEBALL STOCK
PRESTIGE FACTOR
There is in baseball stock own

ership, a prestige factw. This us used
ed used to figure in the Giants' situa situation
tion situation at the Polo Grounds. Fath Fathers
ers Fathers liked to buy a few shares as
birthday presents for their sons.

The prestige angle undoubtedly

is involved in the Baltimore O O-rioles'
rioles' O-rioles' large list of stock holders.

Major league authorities are

not fond of big stock companies

as club owners. But commission commissioner
er commissioner Ford Frick is resigned to such
spreads of baseball holdings and

will not raise the issue if the pro protected
tected protected third league or expansion
clubs appeal to to the fads for

stock support.

Most of our big league teams

are owned by very small groups.

Dan Topping and Del Webb have
100 percent of the Yankees. But

'hey own neither the Stadium nor
the real estate.

Tom Yawkey has the Red Sox

almost free and clear, except for

the small interest which was left

by Eddie Collins to his family.
He invested $100,000 in the club
when Tom took over.

Phil Wriglsy of the Cubs, the

Perinis in Milwaukee, John W.

Galbreath in Pittsburgh, the O'-Malley-Mulvey
combination in Los

Angeles, the Veeck-Greenberg-Co-miskey
tangle of the White Sox,
the Griffith in Washington, Bob

Carpenter in Philadelphia, Gussie

Busch in St. Louis, and Powel

Crosley Jr. in Cincinnati, all
present cases of closely held con

trol.

These tight ownership, especial

ly if the stockholders are not

forced to live off baseball prof

its, are oesi tor tne game.

Rainbow City
Forms Amateur

Boxing Group
By HERBERT MOISE
Last Monday in the Rainbow

City Gymnasium, a few civic mind minded
ed minded gentlemen formed the "Rain "Rainbow
bow "Rainbow City Amateur Boxing As

sociation.

They announced that Cleveland
Meikle had been elected president,
Byron M. Wilson vice-president,
Astor Lewis sec-treajurer,
Harold Scott matchmaker and

Sugar Hart coordinator.
Definite plans have not been
made toward presenting a pro program
gram program yet because several matters
of vital, importance are being
worked on. Among these things

are the seeking of insurance pro protection
tection protection for the boxers, affiliation
to the AAU of America, the for formation
mation formation of boxing stables and the

adoption of the rules, regulations
and by-laws which will govern the

activities of this commission.

An invitation is being issued to
all interested in ths project to con contact
tact contact any member of the com commission.
mission. commission. This group will meet next
Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Rainbow
City Gymnasium.
Tentative plans call for bouts
to be presented either in the gym
or in the Mount Hope Stadium.
All applications for referees,
judges, seconds and trainers
should be forwarded to Harold
Scott, matchmaker of the RABA.
Scott can be found in the gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium and may be contacted by
calling Cristobal 1887.

FOOT ITCH
5(UJE3BEED

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Pete Rodemacher
Announces Return

To Pro Boxing

COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPD-Petr

Rademacher, former Olympic

neavyweignt champion who ear
lier this month announced his re

turn to professional boxing, w'll

iignt tommy Thompson of Wash

ington, u.c, here Aug. 13.

Thompson is a seven-year ring
veteran with a 19-11 record
through 1958. He has hadL 11
knockouts. His most important
match was against Willie Pastra Pastra-no
no Pastra-no here when he was knocked out

in the fourth round.
Rademacher will be seeking his
first pro victory in three at

tempts. Floyd Patterson spoiled
his debut in 1957 with a six six-round
round six-round knockout and Zora Folley
beat him In Los Angeles one

year ago.

Standings
Standings
FINAL W L
1. .American Supply 50 36Va
2. .Gulfpride 49V4 37Vi
3. Marlboro 45 39
4. Mercurio Jewelers 45 39
5. Cervesa Balboa 43 41
6. La Mascot 39Vi 44U
7. Volkswagen 36V4 47W
8. Craford Agencies 30 54
By HENRY L. HERVEY
AMERICAN SUPPLY
BECOMES 59 CHAMPION
The last few days, Wednesday
and .Saturday, to be exact, were
among the roughest tha. the Sup Suppliers
pliers Suppliers have had to contend with
in a long time First, they lost 4
points to the Mercurio Jewelers
who were trying to tie Gulfpride
for second place; but Gulfpride,
bent on richer stakes, took La La-Mascota
Mascota La-Mascota to the cleaners for all
4, points and that improbable si situation
tuation situation that I mentioned last
week became a reality.

Wednesday night after the last

ball was rolled. American Supply

and Gulfpride were tied for first

place. Spiros and Opie were try trying
ing trying to decide who should claim
the honor of having bowled the

second highest series.
In view of this, we all made a
date for the following Saturday
and at 1 p.m. we had in the Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook alleys 12 thouroughly shook
up bowlers ready to do iheir best.

AMERICAN SUPPLY 2
GULFPRIDE 1
By general agreement, it was
decided that the winner would be

the team that could win 2 out oi j

3 games. And the pins began to

fall. In the first gante, the Sup Suppliers
pliers Suppliers outclassed the Oilmen by
45 pins. In the second game the
Wildcatters unleashed all their
fury and were able to win the
game by 22 pins.
Up to this point the scores are
so close that the guys began to
really shake. That las- game was
a dilly, toe to toe all the way,
at no time did either team even
begin to give up. Result, the
game was. decided in the very
last play of both anchor, men, and

as luck, or skill if you wish
would have it, American Supply
won it by on? solitary pin, one
mind you and no more. How
close Can you get and not win?

Now that the championship 1
sue has been decided, we wouli
Like to express our sincere thanks
and gratitude to all our sponsora
for making this league possible.
May they consider cont i n u i B g
their relationship with our league.
By the way, please remembefi,
that our bowling banquet will be
held at the Albrook Air Forct
Base N C. O. Club, on July 31;
at 6:30 p.m. -Please come, we
sure would like to have you comt
over and enjoy yourselves.
To the league members: Don't
forget to be there and remember,'
our next league will begin roll rolling
ing rolling on August 5, same place, lanit
time.

BOSOX JUGGLE ROSTER
CLEVELAND (UPD-The Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox shipped utility iB iB-fielder
fielder iB-fielder Herb Plews to Minneapolis
of the Ampri"an Assn. ami re released
leased released pitcher Murray Wall today
to make room for wo newcom newcom-ers.
ers. newcom-ers. In an attempt to strengthen
their lineup, the Red Sox havt
called up pitcher Earl Wilson and
shortstop Jim Mahoney from Minneapolis.

CBS To Televise
Regular Season
Pro Grid Games
NEW YORK (UPD-The Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Broadcasting System an announced
nounced announced yesterday that, for the
fourth straight year, it will tele televise
vise televise the regular season games of
the 12 National Football League
clubs.
William C. MacPhail, director
of sports for C.B.S. news, said
the network's 66-game program of
pro football telecasts will open
with the New York Giants Los
Angeles Rams night game at Los
Angeles Sept. 26.
C.B.S. will televise 62 Sunday
afternoon games, two Saturday
afternoon contests and the tradi traditional
tional traditional Detroit Lions Green Bay
Packers Thanksgiving Day game
in addition to the Giants Rams
night lash.
As in the past, no games will
be televised in the city where a
game is scheduled.
As many as six N.FL. games
will be televised simultaneously
on regional networks throughout
the United States. On four Sun Sundays,
days, Sundays, all of the six scheduled con contests
tests contests will be regionally televised.
The two Saturday afternoon
telecasts will feature the cham champion
pion champion Baltimore Colts playing the
Forty-Niners at San Francisco n n-Dec.
Dec. n-Dec. 5 and th- Rams at Los
Angeles Dec. 12.

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ti furnisri-ti thrca badrooms heuta, dininfl dininfl-room,
room, dininfl-room, kirchan, bar, air-tonii-tiened,
yard. In Can-raja "F" St.
No 10. For information call Tel.
3-4619.
FOR RENT: Modorn unfurniih unfurniih-d,
d, unfurniih-d, 4 bedroom kouia in Lorn
Aloara. larta kitehon, fenced
yard and hot water. Phone I-
2247 or 4-0196.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, spacious porch, Mile 9, Laa
Cumbrei, reasonable rent. Call
5-1 133.
FOR SALE: In beautiful Carre
Aiul. modern chalet completely
furnished, livinf, wparate dinina,
porch, hall, two bedroom, bath,
pantry, kitchen, runnina hot ane?
cold water, electricity, tile floon,
aarden, fruit treei. Lot 10,000
quart meter.. $11,000. Tel. 3 3-1033.
1033. 3-1033. FOR SALE: Larae 2 bedroom
houie furnithed in Santa Clare
near beach with auett cabin, eaiy
paymanH. Called 1-4569 Pana-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet
in Golf Heiahti (excluiive res res-Idential
Idential res-Idential aeetion) For further par
ticular telephone Panama i-6Q7f.
FOR RENT: Recently comtruct-
ed buildina, 4 apartment, two
with 2 bedroom, two with 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, mald'i room and hot wa water.
ter. water. Street No. 38, Bella Vista.
near Urraca park. Phone 1-0975
3-3104.
Wanted Position
WANTED: Documentation clerk
1 to work for American firm. Wriro
to: P. O. Box 536, Colon.
Secretary-stenoarapher or clerk clerk-typist,
typist, clerk-typist, British, open for imme immediate
diate immediate enaaaement. Bex S-134.
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SUMMIT HILLS
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Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club will be host to all Isthmian
folfers Saturday afternoon, at 1
p.m. for its regular monthl ymix ymix-d
d ymix-d scotch foursom golf tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Entry Fee will be $1 per
person.
All National Distillers Best Ball
matches will be given th "right-of-way."
Golf merchandise nd six cases
of Heiniken Beer will be given
away as prizes to the lucky golf golfers
ers golfers immediately after the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of play. Play will he selec selective
tive selective drives on all holes with one one-half
half one-half handicap allowance.
Music for dancing will begin
at 8 p.m.
HOUSE'S DUTY LIMITED
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) -Catcher
Frank House of the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics will be limited
to pinenhitting roles for the next
three days. House suffered a hair hairline
line hairline fracture of the middle finger
of his left hand during Monday's
action with the Washington Sena Senators.
tors. Senators. f7

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Apartments

FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment comfortably furnished, San
Francisco. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Brand new build buildina,
ina, buildina, El Canarejo, one and two
bedroom apartments, hot water.
Cucalon and Cia. "Realtor".
Phona 3-3330.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment,
apply in Perejil Are house No.
7, or phone Tel. 3-4812.
FOR RENT: Magnificent view
in La Cresta. two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, den, big porch, hot water,
aaraae, call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished apartment Via Porraa
No. 82, phone 3-7258.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable one bedroom apartment
suitable for couple or small fa family
mily family in Call Darien. For infor information
mation information pleas call 2-1455 dur dur-Ino
Ino dur-Ino office hours or 3-1 988. after
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, livlna-dinina room,
kitchen, balcony. 50 Street No.
15, (near El Baturro). $73.00.
Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Modern. 1 bedroom
apartment living room, dining
room, hot water, curtains, maid's
room, garage, etc'. 49 Street.
Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Comfortable apart apartment
ment apartment in residential area. Private
entrance, porch, bathroom, tele telephone,
phone, telephone, refrigerator and air con conditioning,
ditioning, conditioning, call Saul Mndi
3-3516. 3-0550.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom Duplex, hot water. Campe
Alegrc, Tel. 2-2341 and 3-3379.
FOR RENT: IN LA CRESTA.
Modern two bedroom apartment,
Hvingroom, diningroom, kitchen,
maid's quarters with separate
bath, laundry room and hot wa water.
ter. water. For information call Mr. A A-rosamena,
rosamena, A-rosamena, phone 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Apartment exclu exclusive
sive exclusive place, comfortable, beautiful,
aH conveniences. Can be seen
evenings from 4 to 6. Vallarino
Place, 71 Carr Transistmica No.
9. phone 4-1016.
FOR RENT: In the modern
"ALINA" skyscraper of Panama,
two bedroom apartments, living living-diningreom,
diningreom, living-diningreom, air conditioner, hot
water installation, maid's room,
Independent wash tubs, elevator,
garage, pent-hous for parties,
etc. Price $135.00 to $160.00.
Ground floor: Two commercial
aires with air conditioner, $195
and $225 respectively. APPLY:
"Marichal Boyd" office: Peru
Ave. No. 57. Phones: 1-6710
and 3-7926.
FOR RENT; Gl approved, fur furnished
nished furnished apartment modern, clean
building, convenient location.
Automobile Row No. 36. Call 3 3-6855
6855 3-6855 after 72-5046.
FOR RENT) In Ave. Nacional
one bedroom apartment, com completely
pletely completely furnished, $75.00. Tel. 3 3-1033.
1033. 3-1033. WAJDA SCORES TRIPLI
PAWTUCKET, R. I.(UPI ) -Henry
Wajda scored a triple at
Narragansett Park Tuesday with
Our Carol, Count Drama and Sun Sunny
ny Sunny R. in the feature race.
THURSTON GOES TO CITADEL
CHARLESTON, S. C. (UPI)
Don Thurston, a Shelbyville, Ind.
basketball standout, has signed an
aid in Grant to attend The Cita
del. Thurston, who averaged 20
points per game during his sen senior
ior senior high school year, was termed
a "top college prospect" by Cita Citadel
del Citadel Coach Norm Sloan.
FOR RENT
Up to 2200 Sq. Ft. of modem
office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Building
Lane private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman service Air
Conditioning optional via
Espana on 46th block
ELGA. S.A.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
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AGENCY DEHLINGER
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Phone 3-4984 8-4985
VQ Types of Ante Insurance
W dye all kinds of clothes,
drapes, rugs, coats, dresses,
suits.
Two Hour Dry Cleaning
TROPICAL CLEANER
(10 minutes from town)
Via Espafia No. 830.
Tel. 4-1277

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1956 English Nash
Metropolitan convertible. Whit
with black top. New matching
upholstery, tires, etc. Must so
to appreciate, Balboa 2676.
FOR SALE: PLYMOUTH BEL BELVEDERE,
VEDERE, BELVEDERE, 1957, 4-door. air-conditioned;
power brakes and steer steering;
ing; steering; automatic seat; undercoat undercoat-ad;
ad; undercoat-ad; radio 19,000 actual miles,
one owner 4 new W. W.
tires, two extras EXCELLENT
CONDITION, new muffler, brake
linings 8 cylinder automatic
transmission, etc. $1825 or best
cash offer. CALL Panama 3-6153
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Panama
3-01 17 at other hours
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Thun Thun-derbird.
derbird. Thun-derbird. A-1 condition. Balboa
2-4280.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford perfect
condition. Information 4-0964,
cash.
FOR SALE: 56 Austin-Healy.
14,000 miles, radio, heater, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, turn signals, mirrors, wire
wheels, new tires and batteries.
$1850.00. Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: New Pontiac, 6 cy cylinder,
linder, cylinder, automatic transmission,
1600 miles, must sell immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Tel. Balboa 2-2672.
FOR SALE: 1953 two door
Studebaker Champion, four new
tires' and battery, cheap transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Tel. 84-3105 after 4 p.
m. and 07-521 from 7 a.m. to
3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford tudor
fordomatic, radio, w.w., 2-tone
mechanically excellent, $795.00
cash Call 2-3444.
FOR SALE: '51 Studebaker,
new battery, clutch, good tires,
very dependable $250.00. In Inquire
quire Inquire 0599-A, Bayano St. Ancon
or phone Balboa 2-2744.
FOR SALE: 1954 Fori conver convertible,
tible, convertible, white," Fordomatic, radio,
etc. See to appreciate, $850.00
cash 5330-A, Diablo. Tel. 2 2-3367.
3367. 2-3367. Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: 1950
1952 Chevrolet, Plymouth, good
condition, reasonable price. Phono
84-3224 Kobbe. House 146-A.
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
WANTED TO BUY: Used 20"
or 24" girl's bicycle, baby play
peri, and stroller. All in good
condition. Panama 3-1368.
BALBOA MEN'S SUMMER
LEAGUE
Wk of July 23
From here on out all teams will
be battling to move up for more
prize money. Last week many
teams changed places, ine league
going to handicap this summer
has proved a big success and no
doubt will use it in the coming
Winter League.
The teams on the bottom have
been set back most of the season
by having to bowl to many blinds.
Those blinds will kill you.
League Standings:
Tivoli Travels,
Balboa Beer,
Blue. Star,
Zenith T.V.,
Kent Cigarettes,
Lincoln Life,
Cafe Duran,
Good Year Tires,
Pepsi Cola,
Martini Vermouth,
Astra Products,
Hillman Cars,
1st. High Team 3 6a
Hilman Cars,
Martini Vermouth
Pepsi Cola
Won Lost
40 24
38Mi 35Vi
36 38
35
35
34
32
31
30
29
29
30
32
33
34
26 37 Vt
25 39
22 42
mt. (Hdcp.)
3143
3130
3122
1st. High Team Gam
Kent Cigarettes 1122
Tivoli Travels 1078
Cafe Duran 1077
1st. High Ind. 3 Games. (Scratch)
McLane and Soyster 621
Al. Hele 627
Keeler and Zost 617
1st. High Ind. Games
H. Zost,
Champsaur,
McLane,
245
242
237
TIVOLI TRAVELS 3
LINCOLN LIFE 1
Tivoli out bowled the Ing. boys,
al though spotting them a big
handicap. However Lincoln man man-agee
agee man-agee to salvage the last game.
King bowling anchor for Tivoli,
was the big gun with 515, ost
anchor for .Lincoln was high, 516.
PEPSI COLA 2Vi
BALBOA BEER IVi
With the handicap only 6 points
in favor of Pepsi Cola, this was a
hard fought match all the way
down the line. Balboa jumped off
to a fst start by taking the, 1st.
game" by a good margin. The the
cola boys poured on plenty of
Pepsi, tied the 2nd. and Won the
last game and pin fall.
Bruce Hassler, ancho rtor Pep Pepsi,
si, Pepsi, was high with 516. Mel Leed Leed-ner
ner Leed-ner has 500 even. J. Palm of
Panama was high for the suds

Home Articles

OR SALE: Frigidaire automa automatic
tic automatic washer. Excellent working;
condition. $100.00. Call Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Tel. 3-7856.
FOR SALE: Household goods,
leaving the Isthmus. House 6443
Los Rios, Balboa Tel. 2-2672.
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas stove
with oven and broiler, practically
new, $75 00. Call "H" No
1126, first floor. Apt. 3.
FOR SALE: American kitchen
dishwater. Perfect condition. Best
offer. 86-2217.
FOR SALE: 3 piece bathroom
set. Light blue. Tel. 2-4989.
FOR SALE: Set of Rattan porch
chairs with cushions, ($25.00);
used living room set including
bed couch, ($65.00); 10 gallon
water heater. ($60.00). Call
Panama 3-4977.
FOR SALE: Twin lixe Simmons
coil springs, wlegs Samson it
wardrobe and make up case, all
like new. Call Balboa 2-1775
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, used 6 months, $75.
Dinette set, red formica top,
American made, as new, $50.
Phone 3-5341, 8-12 after 6
o'clock.
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washer, $90.00, Westinghouse
dryer, $20.00, Zenith 24" con console
sole console T.V. $100.00. A It) rook
4226.
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Experts in TV. radio, Hi-Fi and
transistors.
We do more Work, becaus wo
do it tha best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repair.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your horn and proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment tva
emergency or monthly badge
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1 777.
boys with 534, Tony Luttenberger
anchor for Balboa had 510.
BLUE STAR 3
MARTINI VERMOUTH 1
Again in this match, Martini
jumped out in front in the first
game with a good lead. The the
dairy boys got hot, taking the
next two and pin fall.
Lou Hack, anchor for Blue Star,
was high with 545. Demena
was high for Martini with 527 and
h. Lowande had 517.
ZENITH T.V.
KENT CIGARETTES 1
enih had no trouble takink
the first two games, but the ciga cigarette
rette cigarette boys came to life and took
the last game. Kent was handicap handicap-ed
ed handicap-ed with bowling one blind.
Al Hele got hot owling the
highest 3 game series of the sea season
son season by putting- together 213-191-223,
627. Dick Soyster also with
Zenith, bowling anchor had 546.
DeLuca was high for Kent.
CAFE DURAN 3
GOOD YEAR TIRES 1
This match was also krd
'ought although the coffee boys
took three points. Duran rolled
2319 scratch, Good Year 2310. But
the 18 pins differance in handi handicap
cap handicap was in favor of Cafe Duran.
Parker was high for Duran. Lou
Heureux was high for the tiro
boys and Curly had 814, Lou's se series
ries series was 519.
ASTRA PRODUCTS 8
HILLMAN CARS 1
Astra came out o? a long slump
and jumped on the hard luck car
boys for 3 points. After losing
the first game, Hillman got their
spark plugs hot and took the
2nd. game by 68 pins. But this
did not last for long, the car boy?
run out of gas and lost the last
two points.
McLane was high for Astra
bowling anchor had 544. Ted. Al Al-britton,
britton, Al-britton, a newcomer, had 519. Ray
Thompson was high for Hilmaa
with 531.
RETURN STOLEN GOODS
OLDHAM. England (UPI)
Mrs. Joyce Willerton reported
today that her television set
hair drver pressure cooker., elec
tric toaster, vacuum cleaner and
luggag- siiar'enly re appaared in
her backyard yesterday, neatly
stacked against a wall. The items
had ben stolen last month

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away price by th
truckleadf. Call 2-2641.
Automobile and household goods
for sal. H-790-X Tavemilla St.
Balboa. Phone 2-1521.
FOR SALE: Lullaby year old
crib with mattress, $25.00 and
Lullaby chifforeb. $25 00.
Phone 3-2247 or 4-0196.
FOR SALE: Portabl. ROYAL
typewriter, $25. House 5426,
Diablo Heights. Phon 2-2674.
ADVERTISEMENT
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pervision supervision of college graduate, C.
P. A., with long years of profes professional
sional professional axperience. Special arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for commercial and indus industrial
trial industrial establishments and Indivi Individual
dual Individual businessmen that may not
require th permanent employ employment
ment employment of boekkppert at thir
offices. Servielos d Contabilidad,
S A. 6-25, East 34th Street P.O.
Box 4160. Telephone 3-6835.
FOR SALE: Long playing re records
cords records with 50 discount. Clas Classical,
sical, Classical, popular, axi. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, 37th Street No. 6-A. Only
3 days.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Baldwin
piano. Almost new. Mahogany
dining room set. Automatic Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more washing machine, maho mahogany
gany mahogany desk. Telephone 5177, Ft.
Kobbe.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
Car Rentals
Visiting firemen on your hands?
Put a new Hertzcar at their dis disposal.
posal. disposal. Call Fiesta Car Rental.
Tel. 3-4568 Lobby El Panami
Hilton.
Mass. Tuna Boat
Runs 'Aground'
On Whale's Back
GLOUCESTER. Mass. (UPI)
A tuna boat captain told today
how he ran "aground" 18 miles
at sea on the back of a huge
whale.
Capt. Ellis Hodgkins of Ipswich,
skipper of the 38-foot, 16-ton
cruiser Julyntha VI, admitted he
and his fishing party were "plen "plenty
ty "plenty scared" when the seagoing
mammal lifted the craft four feet
in the air Tuesday in Massachu
setts Bay.
The skipper said h e jad just
started the run for home when a
whale surfaced about 20 feet
ahead of the ship.
"T wxx rnnninff wide orjen at
ahnut 14 lrnnt and eut the en
gines to avoid running up on it,"
he said, "when a second wnaie
traveling directly toward us on
tho nnrt hpam ramp UTJ rieht
under us while we still had head
way.
"T fplt Inst like runnlne
aground except we went a darn
cioht h 1 e h p r and keot moving
right ahead. I'd say it lifted us a
good four feet, Dut sounaea
quick enough to drop us back in
the water on an even keel."
Angler Ate
Evidence
MIAMI BEACH, Via. (NEA) (NEA)-Stanley
Stanley (NEA)-Stanley Sjostrom landed a four four-pound,
pound, four-pound, 15-ounce trout while plug
casting.
Sjostrom, a Miami fireman, en entered
tered entered the prize in the Miami
Beach Summer fishing Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament and was awarded a lead
and a record in the division. But
when members of the rules and
ATttr rrmTn
to verify the catch, there was no
fish. Too eager, the fireman had
cleaned, cooked and devoured the
evidence. For his effort he re
ceived only tne leaa ana a eeru eeru-ficate.
ficate. eeru-ficate. a ujppV later. Siostrom tele
phoned the tournament office re
questing that someone oe sem 10
his home immediately.
tm timo h rsnsht a five-
pound trout while plug casting
and he wanted tne record rawer
than the meal.
HONOR HALLEK
WASHINGTON fUPI) The
FnirfiplH Iowa. Chamber of Com
merce honored House Republican
Leader uiarles A. HauecK Mon Monday
day Monday for his fight in Congress to
"hold the line against inflation.
The chamber presented Halleck
with a plaque in a ceremony at
the capitol.
The biggest trouble with fhe
beat generation Hi that nobody
did.

Real Estate

FOR SALItUti $00 ami 1.000
Mtara, ia His Neeve Hipodreme
Urbaalsatie acre tee Rem)
Racetrack. AH tat with street
fronts. sewage, water Missa4
electricity CsN W. McBareott.
T.I. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence.
4 badfroom, Hvingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
larg kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, tor tor-re,
re, tor-re, garden, farai. land 1 ,800
m. 9th. Street No. 28, San
Francisco.
FOR SALE: House at Santa
Clara, quick sal, best offer over
$3,000.00. 4,500 square meters,
4 lots. Leavine th Isthmus. Bal Bal-boa,
boa, Bal-boa, Tl. 2-2672.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: 318.80 square
meters, suitabl for a warehouse
workshop, garag, S Strt, be be-twn
twn be-twn Automobile Row and Fran Fran-gipani
gipani Fran-gipani Street, close to Auto Ser Ser-viclo,
viclo, Ser-viclo, $235.00. Phono 2-0481
office hours.
WANTED
WANTED: Bilingual cashier
with typing experience. Call. Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 21 18.
WANTED: Efficient maid, for
American family, call Gamboa
759.
WANTED: Position for excel excellent
lent excellent maid. Bn with m for yaar.
Honest, reliable, excellent laun laundress.
dress. laundress. For detail or interview
telephone Balboa 3612..
WANTED: Experienced sales
girl. Must have English and
Spanish knowledge. Interview
personally P. Jhangimal 18-68,
Tivoli Avenuj.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Cushman motor
scooter, $75.00. Phone 3-2218.
FOR SALE: Leaving for States,
mu- sell, 1952, B.S.A. 250,
Single $200.00 or Triumph 650
twin $300.00, both excellent.
Panama 3-0098.
FOR SALE: New V hone mo motor,
tor, motor, Single phase, 60 cyele, $15.
lalbo. 1245, 4246.
For
Any Budget
This is YOUR
CHANCE
TO
BECOME
A
BUICK
OWNER
BUICK
1952
4 Door Sedan
$375.00
BUICK
1954
4 Door Sedan
$775.00
BUICK
1955
4 Door Riviera
$985.00
BUICK
1955
4 Door Sedan
$1050.00
BUICK
1956
4 Door Riviera
$1285.00
BUICK
1956
Centurv Coupe
$1250.00
BUICK
1957
2 Door Sedan
$1875.00
AND MANY
OTHER BARGAINS
SMOOT & PAREDE5
Automobll Row
Panama City

INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
, iy SAM SHULSKY
Q. I am 61, considering retire retirement
ment retirement by 65. I have a $10,000 po policy
licy policy with a cash surrender value
of $5,000 or $6,000. If I take that
out in an annuity for myself and
wife, it will amount ot about $30
a month. Of course, this will de deplete
plete deplete the capital. Could I in
vest this money, get very neary
as much and retain the capital?
And where?
A., I start with the assumption
that this policy is not your only
insurance protection.
On a strict money basis, I wou 1
vote for the investment over the
annuity.
If you take $30 a month annui
ty, tnat would amount to $360 a
year and, of course, leave no es
tate.
If you put $5,000 into five per
cent stocks, you could draw $2"0
a year without touching the prin
cipal. And if it amounted to
000, it would be $300 a year. (If
you wanted to tie your income
down to a fixed dollar amount
by buying straight preferreds or
bonds you could come even
closer to the annuity income. The
annuity income is fixed, too.)
While I realize that a stock
market investment is always vul
nerable, from the point of view of
market value. I also realize that a
fixed income is always subject
to deterioration via inflation.
You will have social security
and a company pension to fail
back on for fixed income. I don't
see then, why you should also fix
the income from your investment
for the rest of your life.
The $5,000 to $6,000 in securities
may go up in value over the next
20 years, or it may go down. But
both value and income are likely
to keep step with the cost of Iiv
ing. And that's semothing.
Q. My sister, a widow, holds
Bramff, Allegheny, and Industrial
Enterprises. I urged her to sell
and buy a mutual fund. Do you a
gree?
A. I agree that these are not
widow's stocks. They are all spe
culative and Allegheny doesn't
pay a dividend. I assume she
needs income.
The answer could be a mutual
fund, in a lump sum purchase, or
a few high grade corporate is issues,
sues, issues, ?
Q. I am 72, retired, with i
small pension. I bought the follow
ing in 1955 and 1956 Dover,
Bosch, Bell, Minerals and Cheml
cals, Centrzl, St. Regis, Southern
Pacific, TWA. United Air Lines.
wniripooi and woodward iron,
Have $13,000 margin. Since I don t
trade, I feel I am not getting
enough dividends to pay for the
margin. Should I sell the slow
movers?
A. I see no point to the margin.
either.
But since you are retired
should think you would sell out
the more speculative issues and
hold the safe dividend payers ra
ther than "fast movers." In other
words, you ought to direct your
thinking to the best quality di7i
dend payers rather than assume
the risk of trying for fast capital
gain.
Army Units To
Next Week At Rio
Elements of U.S. Army Carib
bean will engage in practice fir
ing on both sides of the isthmus
and at Rio Hato during the com
ing week.
At Pin Hatn. firms' will be on
a 9i.hniir.a.rlv hmia hetween Sa
turday and August 8, when troops
will undergo Army training tests
with rifl rafhinei mortars and
rocket launchers. Smoke and hand
grenades, smoke pots and a si simulated
mulated simulated bomb also will be deton deton-rH
rH deton-rH Tha maximum altitude will
be 13,500 feet and the maximum
horizontal range 7,400 yards.
At Tmnire Known Distance
Range and Empire Bivouac Area
familiarization tirine with the ca-
ribne and M-l rifle will be con
ducted between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
August 3-7. The maximum al altitude
titude altitude is 2,000 feet and the hori
zontal range 4,000 yards.
keenrd firinff with the .45 ca
liber automatic nistol in slated
for the Fort Davis Small Arms
Range August 3-8. The range will
be in use all day, with a maxi
mum altitude of z.ooo teet ana a
horizontal range of .650 yards.
Silky Has
Sympathy
v ...
INGLEWOOD. Cillf. (NEAV

Silky Sullivan'i two victories this
season were scored In Hollywood
Park purses named for injured

athletes.
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. The Rev Camntvnella Purse hon

ored the now crippled baseball
catcher. The Ralph Neves Purse

honored the now recovering jock
ey.
Apparently Silky Sullivan,

addition to coming from far be behind
hind behind and all his other talents, is

sympathetic as well.

Today s Opening
STOCK PRICES

NEW YORK. Julv 30 fllPH
Strength in steels and chemicala
lifted industrial stocks into new
record high ground at a moderate
ly active opening today.
ACr Ind
Advocate Asbestos
Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanaroid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Coper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bieroft Uranium
Blauknox
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Cons Electro Dynamics
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont
El Paso Natural Gas
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Lockheed
Magellan Pef'
Montrose Chem
New Eng. Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Paneoatstal
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Gas
Sinclair Oil
Socony, Mobile
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prods
Textron
Underwood
United Oanso Oil
US Rubber
US Steel
Westinghouse Elee
Wheeling Steel
54
275b
12
36
64
47
79
64
Slb
14
57
12b
61b
55
7
35
10b
34
39
45b
,66
58
1
42
30
44
51
39b
7-16
269
33
8
5
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51
81
57
20
117
42b
23
42
36
29
1
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194
34b
57
3
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44
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115
45
9b
29b
20
87
61
45
26
55
12
1865
37
28
26
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66
105
94
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IXPORT VALUES UP
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The val value
ue value of June exnorta tAtalarl 1 109

000,000 a bit higher tfian in Junrj.
1958, the Commerce Department
reported woay. it was the first
time since November, 1957, that
the nations export total for one
month topped the level of Hie pre previous
vious previous year.
Have Practice Firing
Hato, Arms Ranges
Firing of the .30 caliber auto automatic
matic automatic rifle Is scheduled for, Aug August
ust August 4 at the Fort Sherman Known
Distance Range, which will be i
use between 6 a.m. and 4 p.flsV
Maximum altitude is 12,500 feel
and the horizontal range is 3,500
yards.
The Pina Light Artillery Range
will be utilized between 1 p.m.
and midnight, August 5. and 6
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. the following
day. Artillery action will be in
progress. The maximum altitude
Is 12,500 .feet and the horizontal
range 6,000 yards.
At Pina Field Firing Range.
machine gun and rifle firing will
we underway from 7 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. on August s ana from. e:30
a.m. Agusut 6 to 11:30 a.m. Aug
ust 7. Maximum altitude is 12,
500 feet and the horizontal range
is 8,50 Oyards.
Also scheduled for the Atlantic
side is record and familiarization
firing with the carbine at the Fort
Sherman Known Distance Range,
August 1 and 3. Weapons activi activity
ty activity will be underway from 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m., with the maximum al
titude .2,500 feet and the horizont horizontal
al horizontal range 3,500 yards.
UNINVITID GUEST

BIRCH GROVE, England (UPI)

Fire was an uninvited guest

today when Prime Minister
Harold Maemillan held open
house for the public. Macmillantf
..H UTUll. 4 a1iu Mhf h

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brush fire whicFurned within &
few yards of the Macmillan coun

try home.

OARDNIR 1XFILLED
TEHRAN, Iran (UPI) The

Iranian government Wednesday,

ordered British newspaper repo'
er Lew Gardner expeuea
the country on grounds that
in

entered a prohibited tone wlthoul

permission. Gardner, of the Lon
don Sunday Express, had been He
tained since last Friday. :

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ON THE TOWN Louisiana Governor Earl K. Long is shown
with Mrs. Ann Billings (right) and her 16-year-old daughter
Sherry in front of a Hot Springs, Ark., cafeteria where he
took them to dinner. Later in the evening, the governor avoid-ed.-newsmen
and he and Mrs. Billings, a Memphis, Tenn., di divorcee,
vorcee, divorcee, went driving alone.
Long Goes Home Daring
Enemies To Impeach Him

MONROE, La. (UP1) Gov.
Earl K. Long came back to Lou Louisiana
isiana Louisiana today, daring his enemies
to impeach him.
Long wound up a turbulent 17 17-day
day 17-day vacation with a hot mineral
bath in Hot Springs this morning
and then flew back to his home
itate in a private plane to start
lining up support for his planned
special session of the Legislature.
Long was greeted by a handful
of the curious and about 15 news newsmen.
men. newsmen. A few friends, including
Racing Commissioner J. M. Men Men-efee
efee Men-efee and former Gov. Jimmy Noe,
saw him off the plane.
'We sure have a lot of big
ihots out here," Long rasped.
"Maybe we can raise some mon-
y
Asked about threatened im impeachment
peachment impeachment proceedings, Long
aid:
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 84 82
Low 74 75
HUMIDITY:
High 96 95
Low 74 83
WIND:
(max. mph) SE 8 NW-10
RAIN (inches) 0 .01
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 81
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.58
Madden Dam 213.28
BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, JULY 31
High
Time
12:26 a.m.
12:42 pjn.
Tim
6:23 a.m.
7:03 p.m.
Ht.
11.9 ft.
12.9 ft.
Low
Ht.
4.6 ft.
3.8 ft.
TODAY! 75c. 40c
i:s, 3:Z5, 5:15, 7:05, 9:00 p.m.
A DAZZLING SPECTACLE!
The fight for liberty of thou thousands
sands thousands under the boot of the
onquerlng Romans!
Giana Maria Canale
George Marshal
Etrore Manni in
v.r.
THE REVOLT
OF THE
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"I wish they'd try. I'll write one
(impeachment charge) up for
them it they want me to. It ought
to be a good showdown.
"You know they tried to im impeach
peach impeach my brother Huey and tried
to accuse him of everything but
the right thing.'' Long didn't say
what the "right thing" might
have been.
Legislators from the Monroe
area had been summoned here to
discuss the special session Long
wants to call for Aug. 10. The
governor has lined up a number
of such meetings over the state
through next week.
By special permission, Long got
in a hot mineral bail) at 6 a.m. in

Hot Springs, an hour before the
balhs usually open. He said he
thought it best to forget a blonde
divorcee he met there.
Long's lady friend is Mrs. Ann
Billings, 38, of Memphis.
He met her Monday morning
when he emerged from a miner mineral
al mineral bath in a plaid robe and un underwear.
derwear. underwear. He promptly got ac acquainted
quainted acquainted and look her to dinner
Monday night, and parked in the
moonlight with her in his $10,000
Cadillac.
Mrs. Billings, vacationing in Hot
Springs wilh her son, 11, a daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, 16, and an aunt, left for
home Tuesday. She parried a
question about whether she will
accept Long's invitation to visit
him In Paton Rouge.
'He inviles everybody, doesn't
he?" she said. "Our acquaint acquaintanceship
anceship acquaintanceship has been very casual."
Hawaiian Refused
Va. School Post
On Racial Grounds
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (UPI)
A Japanese American from Ha
waii said today she has been
told she cannot teach in a public
school here because of her race.
Mrs. Asyukiko Tamashiro, a
Hawaiian with a maslers degree
from Wheaton College in Wheaton,
111., and two years teaching ex experience
perience experience in New York state, was
forced to take a job with a priv private
ate private school.
The school board of this north northern
ern northern Virginia town just across the
Potomac Kiver from Washington
discussed her application almost
entirely on her racial background,
then rejected her.
Mrs. Tamashiro disclosed last
night that Falls Church
School Supt. Irbin Schmitt, who
personally wanted to hire her,
called her into his office and told
her of the school board action.
"I was called into the superin superintendents
tendents superintendents office and told very very
quickly what the basis of my re rejection
jection rejection was," she said. "I was
quite shocked."
The school board, which usual usually
ly usually makes appointments on a
unanimous or near unanimous ba basis,
sis, basis, decided If reject her when
only three of the seven members
said they favored her application.
Mrs. Tamashiro 35. and her
husband. Bam, photo editor on the
Northern Virginia Sun in neigh neighboring
boring neighboring Arlington, said they
planned no legal action against
the school board.
"This will really be a shock for
the folks back home," she said.
72 Of Drivers
Can't See Over
Steering Wheel
BOSTON (UPI) Eighty-two
per oent of the nation's drivers
can't even sep over (he steering
wheel, the Automobile Iegal
Assn. reported today.
- 'George L. Dunn, of the ALA'i
lafety department, said survey
showed these motorists have the
steering wheel directly to the
line of their vision or they must
look under it to see through the
windshield.
This factor, Dunn said, "could
well be one of Hie major contrib
uting factors in the annual high highway
way highway daughter of iom 40,000 motorists."

Russians Hear Nixon
Hint At Khrushchev
Visit To America

Reds' Concrete
Creates Problem
At US Exhibition
MOSCOW, July 30 (UPI)-Rus-
sian workers toiled through the
night to cover up the American
Exhibition's disintegrating con concrete
crete concrete floor with a two-inch layer
of asphalt and end the sea ol
dust that has engulfed the pro
ducts on display.
Dust from the taviet-laia con concrete
crete concrete flooring settled over all the
exhibits, giving the show the ap
pearance of a dusty attic, with
some of the 50,000 daily visitors
scraling "U.S.S.R." with their fin
gers.
Howard Mtssmort, assistant
exhibition director, asked that
the asphalt flooring be started
in the golden dome center build building
ing building at rapidly as possible and
then in the fan-shaped glass pa pa-villion
villion pa-villion 80,000 square feet at
what he estimated was 27 cents
per square foot.
The dust was so bad the Inter International
national International Business Machines, own
ers of the delicate Kamac ma
chine in the dome building, were
understood to be considering re
moving their popular "Rama c
electronic brain for fear it would
receive permanent damage.
This is the machine that an
swers thousands ol quesiions in
Russian at the push of a button-
and one which the Soviets said
not onlv gave wrong figures on
U.S. unemployment but made wise
cracks about it. It was under dust
covers today.
The Soviet press hit criticiz criticized
ed criticized most aspects of the exhibition
as either misleading or pro propaganda
paganda propaganda exaggeration. Today
Moscow Radio reported that
Russian television tets are at
good as the American ones en
exhibit and better looking.
"By its appearance our TV set
appears to be better than the sim
ilar American sets," a commen commentator
tator commentator said. "We consider that TV
sets have a good finish, for peo people
ple people buy sets for a long time for
at least several years and TV
sets must not spoil the apear apear-ance
ance apear-ance of their room but should be
an object of decoration.
The TV commentary also said
Russian visitors complain that
"one cannot find anything here
except plenty of advertising of the
American way of life." It quoted
one Russian visitor as saying the
standard of living section "can
only arouse skepticism."
CFN-TV Slates
Mediterranean
Travel Film
The CFN-TV present anon of
'Kaleidescope" at 6:30 p.m. Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, will feature "Our Man in the
Mediterranean," trip to the
lands surrounding the famous sea.
Dave Brinkley narrates the pro production,
duction, production, which begins in the mid middle
dle middle of the Egyptian wasteland and
traces the pulsations of civiliza civilization
tion civilization that began, in ancient Baby Babylonia.
lonia. Babylonia. Cairo, Beirut, Athens and Rome
are the next stops. By jet liner,
Brinkley flies to Monaco and the
French Riviera. The Casbah in
Algeria and a visit to the Mor Mor-ish
ish Mor-ish city of Cordoba, Spain, wind
up the episode.
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SHOWS: 3:15 4:59
Ralph
RICHARpSON

SVERDLOVSK, July 30

ard M. Nixon hinted to Russians audiences today about o
possible visit to America of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush

chev.

Nixon told an audience of Siberians that the talks
during his current Russian visit will be "one of the first

steps toward understanding and friendship by increasing
contact among leaders and people of our two countries.
Nixon put in this plug for more personal visitors of
heads of state in a luncheon speech at a copper mine
near this "Pittsburgh of Siberia."
The Vice-President was in a jovial mood after his
most successful day of the Russian tour.

People around Nixon are

ly that a visit to the US by Khrushchev would serve a use useful
ful useful purpose. ,'
The Vice-President has not committed himself on
whether he feels such an invitation should be extended,
but had indicated in the past he leans in favor of such
a visit.

In Washington foreign affairs
experts in Congress were split to today
day today on the advisability of inviting
Khrushchev to the United States.
President Eisenhower it known
to be in no hurry to invite
Khrushchev, but hat not ruled
out the possibility at tome fu future
ture future date after careful prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Talk of a possible invitation a a-rose
rose a-rose following reports that Nixon,
may recommend Khrushchev be
invited to see first hand the A A-merican
merican A-merican way of life.
Members of the Senate For.
eign Relations committee were
divided on the issue. Sen. Karl
E. Mundt (R-S.D.) said there
was "nothing to gain" from
Khrushchev visit "with the pre-'
sent status of things."
But Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D (D-Wash.)
Wash.) (D-Wash.) said he didn't see "how
such a visit could hurt us. Their
top leaders are bound to get bet better
ter better ideas of our strength, which
could prevent conflict."
Sen Hubert H. Humphrey (D (D-Minn.),
Minn.), (D-Minn.), who visited Moscow and
conferred with Khrushchev for
eight hours last December, said
he favored such a visit but said
it should be kept informal.
Rep. William H. Meyer (D-Vt.),
a member of the House For Foreign
eign Foreign Affairs committee, said he
could tee the usefulness of a Eisenhower-Khrushchev
conference
if rt were held In Washington
but the Soviet premier might
encounter hostility and unfriend unfriendliness
liness unfriendliness on tour around the
country.
Nixon and his wife and their
party today went into the indus industrial
trial industrial heartland of Russia to visit
a steel tubing mill and a copper
mine and were welcomed by the
biggest crowds so far, an estim estimated
ated estimated 30,000 persons.
The heckling that marked hit
visit to plants in Novosibirsk
and a machine tool plant here
yesterday wat absent today.
In a speech here Nixon said:
'As you know, we have cities in
the U.S. that are called closed ci cities,
ties, cities, and you have some cities in
the Soviet Union that are also call called
ed called closed cities.
"For example, this Is one of the
closed cities. I'm sure 1 speak for
all of you, and for all my own
people, when I say that all cities
here and in the United States
should be open so that we can get
to know each other, and build the
deeper friendship whieti a 1 1
want."
The United Statet closed much
ef that country to Rutsian eltl eltl-aent
aent eltl-aent when the Soviet did not lift
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(UPI) Vice-President Rich

understood to feel strong
its travel ban at the end of
World War II.
Some of the areas closed off
are most of New England, part
of the Gulf Coast and the coast of
California.
There is a ban o i travel 25 miles
outside Washington and New York.
Every July 29th
Is Rainy Day
In Penna. Town
WAYNESBURG, Pa. (UPI) -Waynesburg
residents didn't have
long to wait yesterday for the ful fulfillment
fillment fulfillment of their almost dead cer certain
tain certain prediction for rain on July
29.
Just one hour and 55 minutes
after the stroke of midnight on
the town hall clock, a light, show showery
ery showery drizzle fell on the crowd of
residents who gathered to witness
the rainfall that history practical practically
ly practically assured would come.
To scoffers, it was pointed out
that written records show that it
nas rained here on July 29 in 73
out of the last 82 years. Now it
stands one better.
The record dates back to a blis blistering
tering blistering hot day in 1877 when a
farmer dropped into the late Bill
Allison's drug store. Allison ob observed,
served, observed, "We could sure use some
rain."
"Yon know," the farmer re replied,
plied, replied, "it's durn funny, but it will
rain today always does on July
29." J
Two hours later rain fell. Alli Allison
son Allison Jotted down the incident in his
day book and' since his death
others have carried on the duty.
Reb Robes Bought
With Counterfeit
Condecorate Bill
DES MOINES (UPI) A Des
Moines department tore adver advertised
tised advertised that it woud sell some flan flannel
nel flannel "Rebel" robes for Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate money, but the bill paid for
the robes turned out to be not
only Confederate but counterfeit.
Younker Bros., Iowa's largest
store, got a response to Its ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement when Steven Sharp
12, son of Mr. and Mrs Robert J.
Sharp appeared with what
seemed to be a $20 Confederate
bill.
But afler Steven left, suoervis.
Or Ed Confnp fnnnit (hot v.- v:n
... wimv me uin
was counterfeit.
News of the store's "sale"
spread around the country and
Conine got a letter from Mobile,
Ala.
Joe L. Hermann, a Mobile in insurance
surance insurance man, enclosed a genuine
$20 Confederate bill to "keep Ste Steven
ven Steven in the clear."
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THE LIVING END Thh truck be rely missed wlndinr up oa a real dead end to VUlefnocbej
oat the rrench Riviera. After colliding with a ear, the truck seemed about to plunge ever the
CLUL The Kw yeUinlny wall acved the day tor the driver who Wa frightened but Mohurt ':

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rJodeml Wes W so much
Stow you hove o go outside to
hove, any privet i
Court Upholds Rule
Communist Required
To Register Names
WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI)
The US Court of Appeals
ruled today that the US Com Communist
munist Communist Party Is under foreign
domination and must register
its membership with the gov
ernment, open Its books for in
spection and label its propa
ganda.
The 2 1o 1 decision upheld
the findings of the subversive
activities contro' board and
marked another ctep in a legal
battle which- has teen going on
for nearly nine years!
The ruling undoubtedly will
be appealed to the Supreme
Court by the Communist Party.
Chief Judge E. Barrett Pret-
tyman was joined in today's
opinion by Circuit Judge John
A. Danaher. Circuit Judee David
L. Bazelon dissented. He urged
sending the case back to the
subver s ivv e v activities control
board for a fourth round of
hearings.
Prettyman declared that the
US party, has never repudiated
its .foreign ties and except in
one instance. "Has never dif differed
fered differed from the program and
policy of the Communist party
aboard."
The law creating the subver
sive activities control board was
passed by Congress in 1950.
Since then, the government has
engaged in prolonged legal
maneuvers in an effort to force
the party to register its mem
bership and comply with other
provisions of the law.
Teacher Indicted
For Sex Survey
Nay Defend Himself
LOS ANGELES (UPI) A 38-year-old
high school teacher
facing loss of his teacher's certif certificate
icate certificate because he conducted a
"little Kinsey" survey on sex
among his mixed teen-age stu students,
dents, students, was expected to get a
chance today to defend himself.
Cecil M. Cook was described
Tuesday in the second day of
state standards hearings as hav having
ing having a "quirk" and "one track
mind" on matters of sex.
His attorney said he expected
to call between 25 to 30 witnesses,
mostly students, to testify for
Cook.
Cook has been suspended from
his teaching duties at Van Nuys
High School since last February
when some of his 15 to 17-year-old
physiology students complained
about the survey which included
intimate sex questions. He is
charged with "unprofessional con conduct
duct conduct involving moral turpitude."
Calvin Gray, supervisor of spe special
cial special services for the Los Angeles
Board of Education, said he in investigated
vestigated investigated Cook's background
after complaints were voiced
about the Science and math
teacher.
Gray said he talked with Hiram
A, Hendrickson, superintendent "of
schools at Snowflake, Ariz., where
Cook formerly taught. Hendrick Hendrickson
son Hendrickson told him he believed Cook
had a "quirk" and "one track
mind" about sex and that it was
his opinion Cook did not belong
in a classroom.

St. Lukes, Albrook Chapel Sponsor
Summer Camps At Santa Clara Beach:

The Cathedral .- of 8tTJ uke
and Albrook Air Force '" Base

Chapel are worktag"i1eth&fTb parents and

this summer to provw.e chiidreoj
and adults with a series of
church summer camps ; ti tbe
Episcopal Conference Center,-t
Santa Clara beach. Three or
these camps are for ehildren
the Midgets from Sunday to
August 9, the Juniors from
August 8 to 16 and the Teen Teenagers
agers Teenagers from August 16 to 23
The last week will be taken up
with Church School teacher
training sessions in preparation
for the opening of the Sunday
Schools in September.
The type of program to be
'Polaris' Missile
May Be Operational
Three Years Early
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
chief of the Navy's $2,600,000,000
Polaris missile program assured
Congress today that the submar
rine-launched rocket will join the
fleet in 1960 three years ahead of
the original target date.
Rear Adm. William F. Raborn
told a House Space Committee
hearing that the solid-fuel Polaris
has "met or exceeded every ob objective
jective objective as scheduled for the de
velopment program."
The committee held its second
dav of hearinas on a serie of
test "failures" at Cape Canaver Canaveral,
al, Canaveral, Fla. Chairman Overton Brooks
(D-La.) emphasized that the com
mittee sought only- to get the
facts and had "No intention of
criticizing" the armed forces.
Raborn told the committee that
he expects to face more oroblems
with the nolfris "but I know we
can handle them."
Analysis of data collected c
far. he said, gives "every reason
to predict success" in setting the
missile aboard submarines in op
erational status by the end of
1960.
Of 33 test vehicles launched so
far, 24 were fully successful, sev seven
en seven were partial successes and
only two were failures, .
The most recent flight test on
July 15 might have apeared to
be a failure to the casual observ observer,
er, observer, he said, but in reality was
"stimulatingly successful."
A primary purpose of the test
was to check the missile "brain".
Though 'he missile
"went into unexpected acroba acrobatics,"
tics," acrobatics," he said, its "brain per performed
formed performed beautifully under most
vigorous conditions."
The Polaris is designed for
launching from submarines below
the surface. The first Polaris sob sob-marine
marine sob-marine is scheduled to join the
Navy, with 16 missiles aboard, at
the end of 1960. Nine such sub submarines
marines submarines presently are on. order.
History Society
To Hear Discussion
On Island Monkeys
Dr. C. Ray Carpenter, -who
addressed the Infant Panama
Canal Natural History Society
at one of its early meetings in
1932, will be guest speaker at
a special meeting of the society
at the Balboa USO JWB to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 8 pm.
Carpenter, a member of -the
division of academic research
and services of Penn State Uni University,
versity, University, will speak on "The Pri Primates
mates Primates of Barro Colorado Is Island."
land." Island."
Carpenter, who made study
of howler monkeys on the is island
land island during his 1932 trip to the
Isthmus, Is again on the island
with seven of his colleagues
making a further study of these
primates by the use of photo photographs
graphs photographs and sound recordings.
The research team is also mak making;
ing; making; a census of the howler
population of Barro Colorado.

offered at the church, summer
camp will be advantageous-bo ttt

children. .wiStf.
and' SDirltuaf-
a firm moral
oasis, anq, n neaitny aeslr -to
enjoy the recreational lacltisyC
of Santa Clara, the, camp pr-
vides a trainlng ground for JnoaE
ral leadership that can nofc-b
overlooked.
The program being set up bjr
the joint cooperation of Chap.
Jain Frederick E. Zigan, Chatw-
lain Robert O. Nelson and Rev
Mainert J. Peterson inclntfei
daily worship, a study period on
religion, a workshop peridrK
swimming, Softball, volley ban
horse back riding and everjJbjf
programs which will feature re
i-gious motion pictures, taleiitf
shows, square dances and Sot
teenagers, soqial dancing.
The theme for the first weejc
camp will be "Christ, OuJ OuJ-Friend
Friend OuJ-Friend and Savious."
Chaplain Nelson will be trW
superintendent ot the camp,Ias.l
listed by his wile, Mr. Bakke-f
Sgt. Campbell, Sgt.-Myers, Mrl. Mrl.-Petetson,
Petetson, Mrl.-Petetson, Mrs. Lanclna, Mrtf
Boyd and Mrs. Covins.
A special safety faature irjfMir
swimming periods will beh
"buddy system," which wIOft
able the children to watch over over-each
each over-each other, as well as Ufifiil
supervised by the counsellors A
special insurance policy cSHit
the campers in case of sickness
or accident,' and the Air Rescue
Service is close at hand in fiisi:
of emergencies, mZtl.
-The second week of ctftjril,
will be supervised by ChajMeriit
Zlgan, and the third by feWK
Peterson. Registrations fwtilC
camps may be made by cflJUt
either Chaplain Zlgan aWAi
brook 3220 or Dean Peter83"4ftT
Balboa 2655. The cost of th th-camps
camps th-camps is $15 per week, witli:
special concessions for families
with several children. For adult
uunng me last weeit Ol AUgaSR
the charge will be 20.
Hoffa Accuses
Kennedy Of
Twisting Truth
WASHINGTON (UPIV Tetm
ster Boss James R. Hoffa ehareed
today that Robert F. Knnedy
cniei counsel or tfle senate Rack
ets Committed has "deliberstely
distorted the truth . in a mad
desire to advertise his brother'!
candidacy for, president."
The chief ;eo unit l's brother,
Sen. John F. Kennedy' of Massa
chusetts, is among the front-runners
for the Democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination in I960.
Hon appeared on NBC-TVl
"Today" vretrim to answer
charges by counsel Kennedy that
his union is run by "racketeers
and gangsters who have misused
their position for personal fain.-"
"Mr. Kennedy is very careless
with the truth," Hoffa said in re reply.
ply. reply. "In a mad desire to adver advertise
tise advertise his brother's candidacy, (he)
has deliberately distorted' thfl
truth." ..
Hoffa said the record will hw
that only 107 of about 3.000 Team
ster officials- bave been accused
of any wrongdoing, and all but 14
of these have been cleared. The
remainder, he said, are under -investigation
and "will be dlt
with."
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through the experience,;
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