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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JUNE i3, 1951
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Demos Hit Wilson;
WASHINGTON, Jiin 23 (UP) Senate Democrats,
With a Republican1 assist, jumped on Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson today for labelling as 'phony? their
' efforts to increase Air Force funds and for his "mislead "mislead-ing'!
ing'! "mislead-ing'! statements about U. S. Air supremacy,;
They hurled .such epithets as "unwarranted slur,"
'contemptuous" and .v.'footJn-mo'utn,?, at" Wilson and
charged some of his statement! about U. S. air strength
were contrary to "sworn" testimony of Air Force leaders.
Sen. Stuart Symington (D.-Mo.),
former Air Force secretary-end
head of a subcommittee investi investigating
gating investigating air power, declared that
Wilson's "usefulness at a cabinet
officer has v come to an end.
Sen. Stylet Bridget NH), chair chair-man
man chair-man of the Senate GOP Policy
committee, assailed Wilson I
"phony" remark at an "unwar "unwarranted
ranted "unwarranted slur" on n senators favor favoring
ing favoring an increase int Aff Force
funds.-Bridges said he heard the
remark "with amaiement ana
'Site'. Republic ;''.liafer' jVU jVU-liam
liam jVU-liam i Ti. Knowland said ijk ".
restrained terms that "I doM
gree with WUson't point of view.
He's entitled to his vew Jjrt .Con .Confess
fess .Confess is a coordinate branch of
Soverameot and will ejeretoe. Its
independent judgment in making
the final decision.
Beth Democrats anJ f-.
cans aera that th. tn.a,
. d.b.tin, th. 3$ billion d. j
r military appropriation, w
veto WS9r Air Farce
Z,n thl adminittration a.k.d
' m thoush Wilm said H a
...Wina aw Incraata of "'
. i Knwln. are
, ,u.. Marine
went jasi v.v'ii v.
US Must Ccnlinus r
To Condiicl A-lfiri
OKYO, June 23J(UP)-The
' vl S continue to eggg
' p esldent Elsgnhower and pem-
Arilat Stevenson ald W ie8
ffStl STuclear weapons aocla-
tions in W 92tr-. letter
. president : -S
the heads of the V Brltain-
nstefnm's repljwas made to
-the Anti-Nuclear Weapon Asso Asso-.
. Asso-. ffitaf if Hiroshima, which for for-warded
warded for-warded eimllar appeal to E-
D Theeh'ef 'execntle told the
' Narataki council the VS. will
eontinne to. carry out nuclear,
experiments because they are
lor the defense of the free
SteTenson wrote "e Hro Hro-ohlma
ohlma Hro-ohlma association that the
bomb test should be abolished,
but said the U.S. must contin contin-1
1 contin-1 ue to iiold nuclea tesU W
1 seep lk -
President Eisenhower, In : n f
letter to the Nagasaki counci',
said the president was prewar? 1
' to carry outlolnt surveys to de de-'
' de-' termine damages incurred by.
" Japanese marine circles by U P.
restricuon oi we atomic icsiuij
area. :' :V" '',. ?" ; .r
' He added the U.8. was pre pre-pared
pared pre-pared to negotiate with Japan
for the exchange of mforaitllon
on radioactivity and its effec; on
marine life. ;
- Teeth And Money:
Repaid In Cases
WASHINGTON, Jun'a (UP) -A
1954 defector from Rusia c'im
the Soviet Union- maintains "high
standards of Justice." :i
The unidentified Russian said in
an interview releaser, by the State
ucnartment mat anyone mista
in-h arreted is later freed and
paid for his trouble. He cited the
cast of aa old Communist arrestel
... durin .the wirges of the 1930's and
freed in 1912. .;' ; .,.
For the -cars he?soent in prism
. he wist prid the ,!re 'a'a he
t woi'ld h'e e-oiert in h!s o'd po--tirni
t g!vcn a enm'ete
.. 'set of fi'e. tre to ren'te ho-
knocked o-i b" the. secret police,"
the Russian said.' ; 1
particular person of putting en a
"In my shop language he ex.
plained, the "phony"- expression
was meant to label the effort to
increase the Air" Force budget
"unnecessary" and unable to
stand "analysis." ;
rIf Td thought more about it,"
Wilson said, "I probably would
not hava used the word. But it's
all right." i- y xf-. s
In making the remark yester yesterday
day yesterday VYilsdn made plain he refer
red to both Democratic and GOP
budget-increase proposals. Wilson
said today he also, is considering
the possibility of a new eut in
military manpower next year. He
apparently killed Air Force hopes
of a manpower increase which
was urged on Congress by ,AF
officials as r viiai.
Symington, whose- subcommittee
has been investigating U. S. ver versus
sus versus Russian airpower, said Wil Wilson
son Wilson had "attacked members of
his own "organization" and "ridi "ridiculed"
culed" "ridiculed" Gen. Curtis E. Lemsy,
chief of. the Strategic Air Com Command.
mand. Command. .(
t- .... ,i l Iv. r ., feomo-
r wi uprir to, tn Saviat
(ii6n. Symington read from La
may's twarn Hstimony that tha
two planet ware "comparable"
by Air Farco estimate!,
Yilson also- claimed IT. S." long-
range bombing forces were super
ior to Russia s because tne mv.
ieta had no tanker planes to re
fuel their Bisons; on long hops.. v
Symington said Lemay's testimony-showed
that the Soviet Bear
bomber has greater range than
the B52 and would make an ideal
"Why.doesn't the Secretary of
Defense tell the American people
also that the Bear has an admit
ted longer range than the Russian
Bison or the V. S. bszj Sym Symington
ington Symington ; asked. -r j-.-,.
itonat DpmocMtic Leader Lvn-
R Inkninn iiiil Wilson was
"somewhat contemptuous!' of Con
gress' onugauon to use lis oesi
judgment for the nation's good.
H aaid the lawmakers had listen
ed to the testimony of "distin
guished military leaders; ana is
not going to take Wilson's "off-the-cuff
Posfchsniehf Of -ll-Bcsab
Hnwni.m.tL TJI.. June 2J
(UP Erratic winds and rain rainstorms
storms rainstorms have apparently been
forcint; postponement of what
observeri believe will be "the
most interesting' test r of ; the
currrtt H-bomb series at ; the
TalfiA nrnvlnor vrounds.
t The Honolulu Advertiser said
today It learned that winds m
the Blkini-Enlwetole area bad
been blowing from ine -wrong
direction" since the arrival of
Atomic Energy Chief Lewlg L.
Strauss and central Intelligence
Boss- Allen Dulles.,
The newspaper sent a aeries
of questions to Strauss and
Dulles through Joint Atomic
Task Force Seven, but Task
Force Commander Rear Adm. B
Hall Hanlon replied: "Chairman
Strauss will not be able to con consider
sider consider your questions until after
his return to Washington. t j
The i questions dealt with se security
curity security leaks which ; occurred
since the May; 21 U-bomb explo explosion.
sion. explosion. .j; k.
Although the Advertiser did
not get answers to its questions
it said It learned that weather
conditions "make it highly Im
probable"- that Strauss and
Dulles will witness any new H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tests. .! 'v
-The Advertiser said wlnls
1 ovh at the surface and at high
er elevations have been from the
erst and northeast during the
wk, s' les have been overcast
with Intermittent light, rains
nd there was no immediate
-'en rf a change In weather con conditions.
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GOODBT KISS -- Den. Nathan F. Twining kisses his wife fare farewell
well farewell before leaving Washington on a flight to Moscow. The
Air Force Chief of Staff, and six other general, officers will
witness a Soviet air show on Sunday. w ,,.
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RAF Comet Jet Carries
British Brass To Moscow
LO.ww., iu- (LF) A Co
met 11 jet airliner streaked out of
London into gray skies for Moscow
today carrying top-level British air
officials to the Soviet air show.
Air Minister Nigel Birch and
eight top RAF officers were pas passengers
sengers passengers on the non-stop flight. They
will be among high Western ob
server! at the show, which be inns
tomorrow at Tushino near Moscow, k
The s eek let of the RAF Tran
sport Command is flying an indi
rect 1564-mile roiita through the
ucaaaia puu naiaawr eaaa ,viiuvie,
The air distance direct is Just un
der 100 miles. w
The Comet's estimated flying
time of three andi threejuarter
hours is 15 minutes over the time
taken by the, Russian jet liner Tu Tu-104
104 Tu-104 when it brought Russian securi security
ty security chief Ivan Serov to London -in
March to prepare for the visit, of
Soviet leaders Nikoiai Duiganui
and- Nikita Kbruschev. ; ; ,v
The Soviet plane set a record
when it carried Serov i back
Moscow, but it made the trip direct
May ibY8 Irni
NEW YORK, June 28 (UP)
vestigators yesterday looked
the possibility that an engine ex-
plossion or back-fire may have ig
nited gasoline being dumped from
a enppied Venezuelan Airlines
plane just before, it crashed in
flames into the Atlantic Ocean, Kill Killing
ing Killing all 74 persons aboard. -y
Capt. Jesus Indrisgo, member of
a Venexuelan uiyjttigating team
seeking tne cause oi tne disss1
said a Coast Guard pilot saw
inboard engine on the right side
the plane in flames just after the
Venezuelan pilot radioed ha was
"A turbine in the No. S engine
may have exploded or the engine
may have backfired, with the en engine
gine engine failure taking place almost
simultaneously with the jettisoning
of the fuel," Indriago said.
The Lines Aeropostal Venezola Venezola-na
na Venezola-na (LAV) Super Constellation was
on a non-stop flight toCaraeat
when it developed engine trouble
early Wednesday and turned back.
It was within 10 minutes Dying
time of New York's IdlewUd Airport
whn fuel, being dumped as a safe
ty precaution to lighten the load
for landing, caught fire and the
nlane nosedived into the sea. v
It as the worst disaster In
- history among scheduled air
lilies. A total of (4 passengers
and a crew of II were aboard.
The Venezuela government,
with the cooperation of the UJ5.
Civil Aeronautic Board, It mvo-
tigating the ditatter.
The CAB wat reported negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating with the Navy for divers to
help in the salvage work at the
crash scene some 35 miles esst of
Asbury srk, N.J. Dragging opera operations
tions operations by the Coast Guard so far
have failed to recover more than
scattered remnants af th nlane
Parts of eight bodies have been them," he said. "I shall not butt ing station today. Radio Moscow
recovered but remain unidentified; in unless I am sure something goodireported he was "cheered and pelt pelt-in
in pelt-in Bellevue Hospital in New York, will come out." ed with flowers."
mst-imposed air corridors, i
1. Gen. Nathan F. Twining,; U.S.
Air Force chief of staff, will inspect
some of Russia's top-secret mili
tary installations never seen be before
fore before by non-Communist foreigners
during his seven-day visit to the
Soviet Union, it was revealed to
The general's tentative schedule
calls for visits to highly classified
Russian airfields in the Moscow
area, inspection of the Zhukovsky
Air Engineering Academy, Russia's
top engineering school, and a visit
to an atomic power plant near Mos.
The U.S. embassy in Moscow
Twining's agenda includes sight
seeing trips and theater entertain
men t this weekend, and a soccer
game at Dynamo Stadium and
more theater trips next week.
Twining will tee the ballet "Swan
toM ake" at the Bolshot Theater
Wednesday night, the embassy
Soviet Defense Minister Marshal
Georgi K. Zhukov will give a re reception
ception reception for Twining: following the
air show Sunday evening.
informed sources also said the
general's program includes a trip
to Leningrad, where he will be the
guest of the commanding officer
of the Leningrad military area. A
similar trip was planned to Stalin
grad. '' f''-!'-l"--'.. '-
The Air Force chief of staff
and his aides are expected to trav
el in a Russian military plane placj
ed at their disoosal bv Soviet-a in
force chief Marshal P. S. Zhigafjw
Ida Has I!d !d:a V
Of Leaving Brilish ;
KirJIy. Ilshru S:y$
J ,. .. . Vi. si i
LONDON, June 23 (UPIndiVs
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
said today that he looks forward uy
.1. an i i i n k. 1
th forthcoming British Common! i T r" i,V r.
weslth Conference .-'as a elMring5jnS" Jfe
house-of differing views among na- ?re1Il,,B.,""rl
Hv added that India has no idea
of leaving the Brush family of na
tions despite the fact that many of
its members disagree with his gov-
ernment over general policy.-
"If I am not an obstacle to the
others,' I think there is no harm in
staying." Nehru told newsmen
The Indian leader arrived here
yesterday for the conference start
ing next Wednesday. En route
from New Delhi, he stopped brief briefly
ly briefly at Damscus: Athens and Rome.
When asked if he intended to air
India's dispute with Pakistan over
Kashmir and its argument with
Portugal over Got, Nehru replied:
"It is nobody's concern"
' He added that neither would he
raise the Cyprus issue at the con
"I am not a mediator! but if my
' views can heln. I'll ha tflarf In five
WASHINGTON. June 23 (UP
President Eisenhower turned brief
ly to politics today for the first
time since he entered the hospital
more man two weeks ago,
Ha called in his chief or staff.
Sherman Adams, to get a full re
port on plans developed here yes.
terday for the Republican Nation
al convention in ban jrancisco
Aug. 20. t
Mr. Eisenhower was well aware
that the convention arrangements
committee based all its decisions
on the firm assumption that he
will again be the GOP presidential
nominee. -, ' v .
But White House aides said they
didn't expect the President to make
any immediate new announcement
of his second term intentions, they
said, in fact, that today's talk
with Adams marks the first time
he has even discussed politics since
ue became ill June s.
Y Meanwhile, th president Wit
reported In "high" spirits and
well retted this morning at he
began the third week of hit ttea
dy recovery frem a ma er In Intestinal
testinal Intestinal operation which took
lac lust tw waoks age today.
An 8:10 a.m. medical bulletin
said: -v-,;v '' ,"
"The President had a good night's
rest. He slept comfortable and al
most continuously for eignt oours.
His temperature is 99, puis 78.
is i. tuS pre
-, "Last evening the president f am
ed to the. living room of his suite
mil viitd with hit brother and
Mrs Eisenhower, and had. dinner
with them. He was out oi .oea ior
an hour and a half the longest
single time he has been out of bed
since the operation.'
ui, Mndition continues to pro
gress very satisfactorily, m
. !Ji. (LI. m.hiIhi ,L..
gooa apirii u "".
Yoiilti Rally Staled
Fcr Tcclghl A! 7
At Sanla Ana Plaza
Members of a arouo called Ju-
vnnhirf Tndenendienta' (Indepen
dent Youth) planned a rally for
tonight at Santa Ana plaza with
rescue or aie as meir nuKu.
, The rally is scheduled to get
underway at 7 p.m. ;
Whether police will allow the
rally to be tield under special
police vigilance or not at all will
depend on a court ruling on an
order issued by acting Mayor
Pantaleon Henrlquez B e r nal
banning the use of Santa Ana
Plaza for public meetings, i
The court ruling, me rssuiv oi
a renuest submitted by attorney
Gulllermo PianetU, was expect
ed to be in the acting mayor's
hands by this afternoon. a r
The ban on the use of Santa
Ana Plaza for rallies was the
outgrowth of the disturbances
rwhich followed a student rally
held at the Plaza a week ago
yesterday, when the show win
dows of several central Avenue
store, were broken and looted MJy&,
Ho More Uniforms
Is Pentagon Rule
' QUANTICO, Va June 23
(LP) Defense Secretary
the Washington area to wear
civilian clothes while on' duty
after July 1.
- Wilson told newsmen a( his
annual defense conference
her tbat he does not think
that "at the seat of govern government
ment government It h a good thing to have'
so many, people putting on a
Before World War II offi officers
cers officers ast'rned to desk jobs in
Washington wore civ i 1 1 a n
clothes. Since World War II an
officer has been permitted to
wear "eivvtea" only during
their off-duty bours. S
LONDON. June 23 (UP) Mar
shal Tito of Yugoslavia, Bearing
the end of an official tour of Rus Russia
sia Russia and the Ukraine, visited the
Kiev experimental livestock breed-
Flare as Arabs
And Foes Riot
ALGIERS. Algeria, 'June 23
(UP) Arab rebels attacked four
times in the heart of Algiers to today.
day. today. About a thousand European
youths mobbed the Arab market
place in retaliation.
Tnree persons were allien ana
nine injured in the Incidents.
Rebel gunmen shot and kiuea
Moslem dry goods merchant, andltodoy Russia may have "significant" numbers of
wmmHH lv nfhiira : r; .,... ... ...
a European bar manager ana
wounded six others.
Police, called out In hundreds
to break up tne later European
riot killed a 22-year-old Moslem
who1' had wounded a civilian
clothed French sergeant In the
Today's disorders -reinforced
fears that warfare in the Alger
ian countryside, now quieting
down with the French military
build-up will be replaced by
Moslem terror and European
counter-terror In the cities. ...
The .European riot, started
after burial services for Mar.
eel CarbagnatL 20, who was
shot off hii motor scooter, yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Hordes ef youths wav wav-Ing
Ing wav-Ing revolver, and ahoutinr
"death ta the Arabs" marched
on the market place at the
edfe of the Catbah.
entrances to the Ca.ibah to. keep
the riot from spreading. -A
City police and steel-helmetei
national riot police dispersed the
rioters after aa hour's turmoil in
which, one Arab wag killed and
tnree persons Injured.
Police started a "rake-iin" on
eratton through the native quar
ter w una the gunmen who had
imea one European ana one
Moslem in the earlier rebel at
On Selling Up
CAIRO. June 23 (UP I EaVn
tian men and women voted to-
aay on wnether to end the rf r r-olution
olution r-olution which threw out King
Farouk 'and set up a constftn-
uonai repuDiic with premier pa
mal Abdel Nasser as President.
-The polls opened at t a m for
nine nours. Taouiating war ex
pected to take two days : aftei
the polls closed. j
The ballots were slmp'eJ re requiring
quiring requiring merely a "yes" or J"no'
vote. Observers said an over.
wneiming ''yes" vote was a fore
gone conclusion. t
' It was the first election In the
history of this ancient land of
me pnaraong in Which ; women
were permitted to vote. All men
over tne age of 18 were rcdulred
to vote:. ,.i
It was th. first electlnn fiM
by tha ruling revolution Icom!
mand council since the army
and women were eligible to. cast
Nasser, who headed the revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary council, was the only
candidate for president. He was
nominated by his council. The
term win be lor lx years.
Sir John Harding
NfcISIA, June 23 (UP) -Cyprus
Governor Sir John Hardin imv
back here today after 20 dava nt
consuiiauons with BriUsh officials
m ixnaon on a new plan for the
uianas iuiure. -r 1
British security forces cordoned
off the airport to prevent any ex
tremist attacks on the field mar-
snai. ..':-v .. .-.-.,
Harding had no comment to
make on reports he was carry In f
a new British plan for Cyprus self self-government.
government. self-government. However, a C y p r u s
government statement was exoect
ed later today.
security measures for bis arrival
were stringent. ':.-."::': 1
The Greek -Cypriot underground
has threatened to assassinate
Harding and once planted a time
bomb under the mattress of bit bed
in the Governor's mansion outside
Nicosia. It was found before it ex exploded
ploded exploded but Harding slept the night
QUANTICO, Vo., June
tinenrol ballistic missiles in four years and thct A
is lagging in developing a defense against then.
y The Navy said at the same time that ths I
"soon" will have missile-launching submarines thct
devastate our important cities even our inland c
V, These grim warnings come ot; the annuel t
conference here with appeals by the Army and Air i
for "substantially" greater defense spending ii f.
" The inter-service feud which has been re;" j ii
Pentagon also got attention when Adm. Arthur V. T
ford, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, ackno A ;
that "we still have a long way to go" before sc! ir j
Radford Joined other military
men in warning tnat soviet
peace talk does not reduce the
Red military menace.
The Communists, h n'l
Brucker asserted that the Coin
munlats "are forced to expand
and must eventually resort, to
military power if they are to
complete their world conquest."
But meanwhile Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Charles E. Wilson said
he "a considering a eut In jnlli-
tary manpower next year.
could be reaucea ana sun keep
lis present iv aivuioos.
Air force nopes oi geiuns; an
increase In Its author ized
strenarth of filS.OOfl men. Lt. Oen.
Immett O'Donnell jr., chief of
Air Force personnel, urged con congress
gress congress recently to increase Air
Force manpower. He said this
was vital.:. ,"
But Wilson tald he thought
the air arm could operate its 137
wings with only 975,000 men..
Wilson, presiding;. over his an
nual conference of top military
leaders at the Ouantlco Marine
base, told a news conference
"We are faking a look at the
whole business" of military
manpower and weapons.
He said decisions must be
reached by next fall when the
administration starts preparing
the budget for the 1958 fiscal
year which starts July 1. 1957.
Discussing operation of tne
Defense Department within
money limitations. Wilson said
a new manpower cut is "one al
ternative" he and the Joint
Chiefs of Staff are welrhing.
He said be would "rather not
speculate'' on bow big the cut
migpt be." -w C-V v --
There wag no Indication the
proposed reduction has any.
connection with- Russia's .; fa.
Postponement of the Panama
meeting of American chiefs ,of
state acheduled to get underway
here Monday, has been unani unanimously
mously unanimously agreed upon by the Pres.
ldents of the American repub republics,
lics, republics, it was announced today by
Minister of Foreign Relations
Alberto Boyd. ..v
No new date has been set for
the meeting, which was called
oft owing to the sudden illness
of President Elsenhower June 8
Dodge Resigns r
From Ike Fpld
WASHINGTON. June 23 fUPU.1
President Eisenhower yesterday
accepted with the "greatest reluc
tance" the resignation of Detroit
banker Joteph M. Dodge at hit spe
cial assistant tor foreign economic
Dodge, former director of the
budget, told Mr. Eisenhower he
must quit because of "certain per personal
sonal personal respontiblitiea which will re-1
quire an increasing amount of at
tention." He asked that his resig
aatioa take effect in mid-July.
23 (UP) -The Air Tcr: ?
trim Its armed f.v,
9"9 men ty f si f
r' i on I S
ciil wrmii, h.n. i
its puppet states. ... V
WlUnn mmtA 4 t ..
the Army can take a manpov r
ll ??? -tatalB Iti pre,
them 6imoa trmlir1 :
'?" tan ther divisions.
if. peopie" to i
oi &b- enrice now 4
JlOJiOO men. about 64.500 I
Wilson did not indicate wbr
, i wiic i expana j
137 wings by July 1957 :
) . BUDCommittee 2
w,M H,. ii "'"vw -must
jgiven the highest priority."
Red Cfilni Fcroivcl
Japanese Of Cria-n::
Commilied In Vcr:
Torvn t,,.. 'rt m.
nals today and put them abr
train on th. jfot Jeg rt t,
journey home.' C
Kaoio peipinf said most of -062
Jaoanen. fTn i
- JK4MVU Wli
pardoned soon. v
n.: release followed the s -tencing
of 17 Japanese "war c
hup.- io pruwn after being I
by tht i Communist Chinese t
more than 10 years. Officials ;
. .," WIT the m, eriou -fenders.
Thev inrA.mA k...
er lieutenant generals and two m -or
Radio Peiplng aaid most of t
prisoners went whn th t
'yesterday they were to be rele
eo. .- 'V
Many of them ttodd nn
press repentance for their crim
mo Droaacast said. Amont th
was Kyoko v Nakamima. aa
panese army nurse from Hikl
o, wno saia sne was "conscien.
ttricken for havlne nerxmniiv i
ed a Chinese by injecting pla.
oacuius in io am.
The China Red Cross gave i
released prisoners new clothes a
pocket money ior their retu;
the broadcast said. A later
nouncement aaid they arrived
train in Tientsin titriav mH u
board a Japanese repatriation s
New Speed. Limit ;
At Pardiso Hill
A tpi limit of 25 miles
hour hat baan tat for tho tactic
of Paralto Hill whoro a daap if
prottion m tho pavinfl hat b
caused by elides on tha hill.
Signs datlgnating tho ara at -25-mila
tpoad tone have b.
poatad at either and ef tho a
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By VICTOR RIESEL
THE MAIL BOX
The vituperative meanderlngs of Mr. Calhoun are becoming
obnoxious In that he now displays the bad taste to make far farcical
cical farcical reference to-the recent Illness of our President Of course
Mr. Calhoun will aver that he refers only to those in and about
the Whit House staff, but clear thinking can only beget the
obvious conclusion and that Mr. Calhoun is bitterly opposed to
anything amacklna; of the Republican Party, even that portion
of Remihlioan President known as tho lower intestine.
Jir. Calhoun is, of course, entitled to his own opinions and
eaa freely voice them In the United States way of life, at
any rate. One wonders, liowever, what Mr. Calhoun is doing
penning thess Journalistic gems so far south of Washington:
Where is he bound, what does he seek?
; Certainly Mr. Calhoun cannot be attempting to Influence
the (treat non-voting element of the Canal Zone.
I It seems odd, also, that he would distribute his political
wisdom for the benefit of the voting US public In this remote
spot of the continent It therefore appears plausible that Mr.
Calhoun is airing a personal bunion against the Republican
Party. And is using the free space cf The Panama American
for a sort of Freudian release.
i In the recent Panamanian rational elections there was a
dlflnite need for such- political hot-air as dispensed by our
perennial wintibag. Or doesn't Mr. Calhoun vote in these parts?
f not and If he retains a baiiot choice in tne van, ne h wasii-
n valuable time here in the land of mafiana. Messrs. Kefauv-
fcr and Stevenson would welcome with outstretched arms the i as vital in espionage i knowledge
Two American financial wizards
linked by the Senate with Com
munist spy rings, have infiltrated
Wall Street and today are working
for big investment Iirms.
It is believed that their assign
ment is to spot vital production
firms and direct Soviet efforts to
buy them up and tie them into
the Russians espionage ana sa
botage network in the U.S. '
Government officials in and eut
of the cloak and dagger busi
ness believe such plants have been
purchased through camouflaged in
vestors using some oi ine sia.-
800,000,000 which has poured into
the U.S. from abroad.
About $200,000,000 of these
funds are from Swiss banks which
are impenetrable. .. These banks
don't have to show their records
to anyone not anyone, anywhertv
They are used not only by the
Russians and their underground
but by the underworld and tax
dodgers as well. v
So heavy is tne now to ana iron
the U.S. to these Swiss banks,
that -a soecial band of couriers
exists to carry cash regularly to
and from Switzerland and cere
A special two-man subcommittee
of the Senate Internal Security
Committee believes that some of
these, (unds have been used to
give Soviet agents entry, into sev several
eral several strategic companies which
havs been 4aken over "under cir
cumstances which are not readily
understood." So, they're investigating.-
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What must be understood is that
any key knowledge of what A-
merican industry is producing is
vieiriftr nf sunh a. vitrlolii nen. If. on the other hand, he exer
cises his franchise here In the republic it would seem logical
that he direct his endeavours toward that end. Or Is such
jaklty-yak not quite acceptable hereabouts? : :
Only Mr. Calhoun can furnish the answers to the above.
Tut myself I can only chalk up another big gooseegg under the
Crede Calhoun page of the ledger. The only question remain remaining
ing remaining for me Is whether or not Mr. Calhoun is really guilty of
.tad taste or lust plain empty space twlxt the audio-organs.
If he had been around at that time, our friend Crede would
."probably have quipped that a Tchaikovsky Overture would have
been most appropriate for these terrible Republicans, while
Sooth was shooting Lincoln. Ho hum!
i ; Colonel Blimp
of even the most secret defense
plant production know how. Give
an even half brained intelligence
headquarters such industrial know knowledge
ledge knowledge and it will know where we
are deploying our forces', where e
are putting our heaviest concen concentrations,
trations, concentrations, here wc are prepared
to meet assault, where our bottle
necks are and what unions to in
filtrate so that slowdowns ana sa sabotage,
botage, sabotage, can be ordered to hurt us.
This two-man Senate probing
Ls q u a d is especially Interested,
therefore, in tne mysterious pur
chase by unknown and untrace
CHRISTENING AND BAPTISM
I Mr. Harvey did a masterful job of pointing out the error of
"'Dictionary- Believer" regarding christening and baptism. I
must point out however, that Mr. Hirvey errs in stating that
; baptism is not for the remission of siiu. i
. In the first sermon ever preached by a Christian preacher,
;Peter tells his hearers, "Repent and te baptized every one of,
you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and
yfhsha1! r-!ve rift of the Holy Ghost." (Acts 2:38V I dt
-iiok kncnV i.iy v.. i t the EngUsn langu. selhat cotjlA be used;
;to state te lutpoJ cf baptism more clearly.- M
Mr. Kami- is evidently confusing the baptism of Jesus by
'John with the baptism of Christians today. Jesus tells us that
he was baptized "to fulfill all righteousness" (Matt. 3:15), but
;the righteousness referred to Is that of the Mosaic law. Jesus
did not receive Christian baptism. Indeed He could not receive
lit, because the Christian Church was not then in existence.
Long after his baptism, Jesus told Peter "Upon this rock I will
:build my church,1 so even at that time the coming of the
-church was still In the future. (
: Actually the Christian church came Into being on the day
of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit deicended on the Apostles
;in the upper room In Jerusalem. At that time Peter set forth
the requirement and purpose of baptism- for Christians, in the
Isermon already quoted. ..........
- Christian baptism is not symbolic of the baptism of Christ,
I but rather is symbolic of His burial and resurrection. Paul
makes this clear in the sixth chapter of Romans, saying In part
;"Know ye not that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus
Christ were baptized Into his death? Therefore we are burled
.with Mm In baptism; that like as Christ was raised up from
the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should
walk Jn newness of life." Thus Christ's sinless baptism in no
way affects either the factual or symbolic purpose of Christian
- Mr. Harvey's other points regarding baptism are well taken.
I hope he will accept the criticism of this point in the spirit
of fellowship with which it is offered.
V. ... A Fundamentalist
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24 hours of hectic Indecision im-Uisage of tim. ,v th. u.L.
meoiaieiy after Eisenhower's ill- the White House fiff ..:
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If Ike Runs, No Cannil
By BOB RUARK
It would appear to a fresh ob observer,
server, observer, who has spent more time
with cannibals than with other
politicians lately, that there ls less
opportunity lor valid argument in
this year's election than at any
time in my memory. v
This, of course, is based oh the
,ki. i,,nioi nnmr ihrnari nf premise that the President.' de.
a fairly large mid west firm 1 8Pe his recent operation, doesnt
wh ch turns out heavy industrial ,cunge ua mma, aoout runmng
. .. . . .... 1Kb n .. : .. .
taummtnt. Best aescripiion oi wis
firmj locality I could get is "in
tbe feneral area of Chicago.
The investigators also have their
private eyes fixed on a Portuguese
ItlUAbllllu.lvuaiKV- nuv iimo mvvu v
tive here. All this is more pencil
KEEP TAPED RECORDINGS, BUT.
.'J??. Fan connects wildly in his complaint about how
CTN Is botching up the recording and transmission of Stateside
" broadcasts. However, he strikes out dismally in his recommen recommen-,
, recommen-, datlon that the ball games be aired "live."
; It's just a matter of reaching the most listeners for every
j fan who can hear a "live" program, loo will be around for the
. taped one. The trouble is with the ,knuckle-heads who do not
monitor what they put on the air, the result being the two
..halves of entirely different games aired as one, which occurred
'i ; tUns personnel have an unfortunate sense of tlm tlm-.
. tlm-. ing. For example, this past Sunday (June 17), immediately at
I the close of the "live" broadcast Dodgers Braves game, no
,u.ty ,as !,ven f0,r to run-dJwn of the many other
- SS5SJS?liSl"?y cf2np,ete1 or ln on. instead, the local
nnSBCr broke in with a program of popular music.
. .P? on the sb-caUed "Baseball Round-up" that same
5i!ShJ"L,iS'i0ut l!th final 8COres of two or three games,
I PJ hf .KTtK.!e2lr 3 of M 4119 double-header activities
t m the majors that dayr-
'. 83 7 ay: Let a have our taDe recordings but have
; somebody wise up the announces to the facts of life.
. . SJ ;
The Knothole Gang
Vut rthe dull plodding through
mures may turn up a grimmer
plot than the theft of the atomic
bomb trigger, as one of tne ex-
perts, ho testified before the com committee
mittee committee the other day, said:"
"Inter-war experience has dear
ly demonstrated that; unfettered
freedom to move private capital
across national : boundaries could
involve' major disturbances and
damage to international and Inter Internal
nal Internal financial stability and it was
recognized that relatively few count
ries could safely or wisely tolerate
the luxury of such freedom in the
This came from Dr. Arthur
Bloomfield pointed out that it was
technically possible for hidden in
vestors abroad to buy up our
factories, but said he had no per personal
sonal personal knowledge of any such coups.
But there are Senators who have.
Neither they, nor I, will name the
two Sovieteers who work high on
Wall Street today.! can't even
give their initials here, j
One has been linked by govern government
ment government Investigators to the notorious
Victor Perlo spy fhf.
The other, according to congress congressional
ional congressional records, set up the structure
of Communist penetration of the
government by men identified as
Communist underground agents.
This man conceded : he knew
Ike Eisenhower has 'committed
several unforgivable political sins,
such as exposing himself -to the
sawbones and the naked eve of
the public. This would be- unlike
the record of Franklin D. Roose Roose-vent,
vent, Roose-vent, who must have known he
was di'ing "when he went for the
extra term'A -
A big sin, committed by T the
President was the cessation of the
Korean ? War, all-time highs i in
solid prosperity and employment,
and at least a polite speaking ac
quaintance with the Russians.
There must be more TV sets and
multi colored cars around now
than anybody ever saw before.
more deep freezes and handy
dandy aids to Mama.
compared to the Truman Ad
ministration, that flower of Demo
cratic perpetuation, the few pec-
carittlos of Dee's reign have been
as pebbles to mountains.
On the Question of the Supreme
Court's destruction of segregation,
sounds like anything worth taking
hi tot maraeipiace.
Oh, I suppose Ike plays golf.
tisnes and paints. Mamie's aot
a au. tu va nuw uut wiu manage pangs ana Keeps ner mouth out
to put a Democrat in office. More of national affairs, and there's a
likely put them out, if anything. I new grandchild every so often. We
Ike has played it straieht. and seem to bt doln nb with
always .with dignity, and from (armed forces, guided missiles, by by-what
what by-what a stranger reads Into ac-'drogen bombs, and other bnc-a-
counts, with nothing much in the
way of petty promotions that bob
up to embarrass ail hands later.
We scarcely can hold the Re
publicans responsible for the
shooting In' Greece and Cyprus
and North Africa, although it
wouldn't surprise me to hear it
crop up from Averell Harriman
or .Senator Herbert Lehman or
somebody, any day jiov. The fle-J .About all the Democrats buy?
pnarsi-ooys wercn t. even o!.. i ,y
implicated, in, the frogman story,
nor did they assist Burgess and
McLean to go. over the hill to the
Russians. : -...m;. j
There is no question of the mill
Nobody has laid siege to Wash
ington, stolen the Brooklyn Dod
gers, or replaced ordinary bibles
with test-tube types, in the last
tour years.; There is 'money in the
bank and cattle on the range, and
a passel of prosperity. spread all
and vigorous front that he can
and must tub again.
Hardly was he out from under
the anesthetic than the word was
passed down to the nartv faithful
Unofficially there were serious
misgivings, out officially this was
the party line. The president him himself
self himself didn't have a word to
say..about it. nor did his wife and
The official line wit arfimtxi
despite the fact that General fi.
senhower himself- hat Wn ntt
frank about his health and his
own worry over, it He Is about
tne only man who has been frank.
Here is the record of what Ei
senhower has said, both in public
and in private:
1. At a stag dinner in the winter
m ism ne torn Chairman Lea Hall,
Attorney General Brownell, and
other close adivsers that the Re Republican
publican Republican party-should not depend
on one man, that they should start
to build up new men to take his
place. And he named some who
should be groomed, r ?
Despite this, both Chairman Han
and Vice President. Nixon left the
dinner to make emphatic state
ments mat ike was sure to run.
2. In May, 1955, Eisenhower told
Sen, George Bender of. Ohio that
if he ran again he would be the
only President to reich the age of
70 Ih the White House. And he
spoke all too propetically
about tho erosion on the health of
any President. To make sure his
views were known publicly he
asked Jim Hagerty to see to it
that this view was expressed to
the presa..i;.":v:,.;v.' '?'' '-
tne indispensable man. Simultan Simultaneously
eously Simultaneously he got back his old con.
. IKI WAS RIGHT
The President, however was
right when he talked about the
erosion on the health of any man
who occupies the presidency, as
his latest ; illness' bow. demon demonstrates.
strates. demonstrates. He was ri?ht Un h
he warned that "it is a very criti critical
cal critical thing to chanee covernmmt
in this country at a time, that is
unexpeciea." roe drop in the
stock market tha metin f Pn
American presidents left high and
dry in Panami, the abortive visit
of Chancellor Adenauer, tbe prob problem
lem problem f what to do about Premier
Nehru all illustrate .how the
complicated machinery t Ameri American
can American government is upset, when as
American President is benched.
So the big question is: Will Tkt
now follow his own advice? Will
he carry out his own statement
oi March 7, which read: V
solutely up to the performance of
the duties of the President, the
second that I didn't. I would n
longer be' there in the job, or I
wouldn't be available in, the job.
"i am taiuing about my gener-
job, as I see it, and that means
carrying a burden of hard work
right on through the year and
through the months.
"Now any time that t be-
lieve that has failed to the point of
- A iawti,j W IfVtXVtlU U1G JVU WiUir
3. In September. 1955. as lie- riv h.. ht tK-.
puDiicaa aiaie icaaera uicica bi American people instantly."
ienver, uieir uces B'C7 Jon
tne rresment torn tnera, m onei,
I never did understand what that
was ail' about, because h stems
to be the only comoetant vice
president we hive ever had, not
eiceotins inch ctar.tviiMUra
Ury angle being very strong when: Harry Truman and Henry Wal-
uiu i-uuoin ueavea un nai in tne iace. atauncn democrats all.
that they could not pin their fu future
ture future on one man, they must be
gin developing other candidates.
This was hist three weeks prior
to Eisenhower's tragic heart at
4. When he came back from
that heart attack: Eisenhower told
newsmen at Key West, Fla., that
it would be wrong lor him to run
again unless he had a good chance
of serving out a second term, be
cause Ht is a very critical thing
to change-' governments in this
comtry at, n time when it's un unexpected."
expected." unexpected." -V--" ',' -r
S. At his first White House press
conference- after the heart attack
he warned: "It would be idle to
pretend, that my "health cin be
n t-nii ..k,. ; ri v.- .-j prcirna mat mj imiui tin c
direction of Stevenson,: because
here we done had. us a general for
the past four years, and he hasn't
had hardly anybody shot at dawn,
or stayed drunk like Grant
I've been hearing a lot of am
munition from outfits like the
It seems to me that, as thins
stand now, we ought to create a
separate Presidency.! Let's have
two. Well concede Ike is in; and
let the other kids fight it out for
tn otner. men we find them a
new country-to be President ef.
ADA, but none of what i hear where all win be happy and gay
WaHihchell In NetvYom
. PHYSICIST TO DENMARK
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r ROCHESTER. N.Y." "(UP)
Dr. Harry W. Fulbright. associate
i professor of physics at the Uni
versity oi Kocnester ana winner oi
a Guggenheim Foundauon Fellow,
ship, plans to leave in August for
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experiments at the Institute, for 'J?.?
Theoretical Physics in Copenhag Copenhagen.
en. Copenhagen. An authority on cyclotron con
struction, he expects to visit other
laboratories in Europe during his
THE I ROADWAY LINE
When Prince Rainier and Hia
Grace fly they take separate
planes. Part of the Royal rules so
mat (ir anytning happens) Mon Monaco
aco Monaco will have a ruler. .Grace's
mother tells intimates she will
not make another film. Intimates
remind: "She's won The Academy
Award and she's had all the glory
that goes with being a movie star
including an anectionate press.
Going back to Hollywood would
anu-cumax" . .The col-
yum a Sunday night air report
:that Martin a Lewis would def
initely divide after the Copa book-
manv members of the Perlo es
pionage ring and of the original
Uirnlil Wars AU nf th fnmmiin.
1st Partv inaide the government. n anti-climax
including those who were operat operating
ing operating in the labir field. This Ware
cell was the one which gave Alger
Hiss to American History.
But these two Red Wall Slreet-
crs are just a couple out of scores
of others who are penetrating U.S.
Industry through a series of spec special
ial special survey, inventory and Industrial
economic agencies 'which gather
more vital statistics about the U.S.
in one year than we get Soviet
promises of gooa oenavior in Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. "!
And for an this the Soviets can
spend freely. It costs nothing but
gold. And they've lots of that
counter revolutionary stuff."
ing July 24th) was confirmed with
in hours. We also revealed "Jerry
will produce films .and teevee
shows, etc. Dean has a erave orob-
lem with Chicaeo mobster"
Charlie Moseoni's nimble criticism newcomer Billy Fields got him
of alleged teevee comics: "They booked on tonight's Arthur Mur-
.Satchmo resumea at
promised their mothers they'd
be comical" . .Cordy King, oft oft-itemed
itemed oft-itemed fiancee of Sammy Davis,
jr., aecioeo to resume with her
Big Secret. The editor of two Ne Negro
gro Negro mags.
u i!v m m i
Michael Kidd, the terpsicorker,
who will also produce and direct
the musical version of "Li'l Ab Ab-ner,"
ner," Ab-ner," was once a Daily Mirror
copy boy. .Movie theaters along
ine nig Appie are sutiering terri terrible.
ble. terrible. The Gene Goodmans (hay Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, once of the Girl shows) have
a Boyl His uncle is Benny Good Goodman.
man. Goodman. .Nothing Lasts Forever.
"The Power Of Positive Thinkina"
just dropped oa the best-seller list
alter more than S years. .Desi
and Lucy are studvina Broadwav
play scripts. Not to appear in,
but to invest some of their cor
poration mint. '.Mama Vigio (she
owned one of the most successful
cafes in G'wich Village) is the
Chiaventone's hatchick. She's 6S
V .Producer Robert Joseph haa
a different angle when inviting
dates to his apartment. To see his
baby allieator. ."My Fair Lady!
had to theater-parties booked be
fore it opened. Good for about 24
Robert Weede (male star of
"Most Happy Fella"), whose sing-1
ing role is hefty, has been out of
the cast It limes so far. Ezio
Pima bad to "rest! often, when!
"Fanny" sot too- much for him.
too. v .Among the rash people who
rejected My Fair Lady": Gower
Champion, who spurned the chor choreography
eography choreography assignment. .Kim Stan
ley, estranged from Curt Conway,
finds actor Alf Ryder most attrae
tive '. .Guy Lombardo staffer
Ronnie Neufeld becomes Mrs. Rich
ard Avedon (of Republic Aviation)
in Aug. .Bernie Lang, whose wife
Mexicanceiied it recently, duets
with Latin Quarter eyeful Skye
Blue -. .Michael Rennie, who
rushed "Dietrich (in Vegas and
H'wood). is pitching for beauteous
Ziva Shapir of Israel . Strippers
Honey Akien ana ivy vine nearly
ripped on each other a frocks at
S i. n. in a wild swinging wing-
omg at ana Ave. ana 4snn.
' Colyumist Francisco Farrell's
ex-wife, Nina, will soon wed Fred
Black, Washington public relations
exec, i .ueorgetta Windsor (H
Cushing's ex-wife) and rich Daniel
bainte are sailing in Paree
one-line mention here recently for
Basin Street tonight. Jan Brews
ter, producer of the new "Fash
ions R h y t n m" (Due at.. the
versatile s, was t b e t n e
who landed the first bra commer commercial
cial commercial on teevee a few years ago
. .Gmny Simms has a new love.
Flew from Girltown because her
Braiillionaire admirer pouted that
Our Town would be a Bore without
her.'. Jane Russell fee to star
in "Mamie Stover" was $200,000
. .Elaine Aikea (who get lucky
in Hollywood recently) once ran
an elevator in the Empire State
- Broadway bookies altered the
odds on the Pittsburgh Pirates.
ine team ta zoo-to-I snot to w
the pennant) is now S-to-1 . .Joey
Carter clicked large at the Vil
lage Vanguard. Won him a return
booking at the Blue Antel starting
una saonatn. .Mour Sutton
the Rodgers k Hammerstein musi-
gals) weds Maine socialite Thom Thomas
as Thomas Hunter Tuesday. .Steve Allen
has S books in the shops. "Bop
rabies," "14 ror Tonight" and
"The Funny Men" . Javnt Mans
field's initial commercial project
wm do a line or mother-and-daugn-ter
dresses bearing her name. .
If you hear Scott Brady is romanc romancing
ing romancing a Marin Sgt. dont let your
eyebrows flip. Her name is Louella
Irby. .The DeMarco Sisters con contributed
tributed contributed their salaries to the black blackjack
jack blackjack tables at the Nacional in
Havana. ."Simon and Laura," the
movie due at the Little Carnegie
July 2nd, is a satire on television television-radio
radio television-radio Mr. and Mrs. Teams.
Why don't they sigh Joaa Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, whose Broadway shows in include
clude include "Oklahoma," 'Marinka,"
"Are, You. With It?" and "High
Button Shoes"? Joan is not only
a looker but tweet-tweeta coed
enough to appear with the Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. Symphony ', .From Shei-I
lah's col'm: "Diek Egan has nev nev-er
er nev-er married, has no children.". (I
don't bleevit!) '. .Chuck Barnett's
word-wedding for Elvis Presley;
.-(, .biucrace slip-
ping? A' Chicago station renewed
nis TV program for S vear ha.
ginning Feb, '57. starlet Lois
March bought, the first 100 shares
oi buua rums when it went on
me American stock Exchange last
.nuuan aniens quiery:
"Hard work never killed
but why take a chance oa being
the first victim?" (Hoomee?) .
Jerome Weidman. wha an writ
L.. . T --!"
s a new oorn coming up. inem:
marriage petween a Gentilt and
Rubriosa and Ava eaused a mm.
pus at Carroll's boitt (in Paree)
when their photo was taken. .Bill
Corum was errand boy for Juris
John Pappas of Suffolk Downs,
wno sent tbe Kunyon Fund the
iraci s annual check far as mm
The Bruno Pacliara luat multcd
He's the rich Mexican whn num.
we uippodromo racetrack below
tne border. She was Margo Dirolo,
now in Paria. Linda Christiaa was
his EI Morocco date. .Connie
avans (Mrs. Martin Torringtea)
had a bov at Riveraid nM
Bob Garrity (dU-jockey at Bird-
ana weas nanem model Bonnie
urns at St. Monica s June 28th
Auoie Murpnys reeent surgery
mending slowly. ComnlieaUonx
om an auergy to myein drugs
. .Roberta Sherwood makin hr
Copa debut- made owner J. Ped Ped-ell
ell Ped-ell a Most Happy Fella.-Roberta's
capacity business is already S5, S5,-000
000 S5,-000 ahead.
a.L CENTRO, Cali (TJP)
a annmg cam during warm
weather makes them irow fat ac
cording to experiments at the Im
perial valley field station of the
University of California. They re-
veaiea mat Hereford steer during
hot weather showed better weight
response to tannine than ta anv
other method of increasing their
state m which the doctors be
lieved' it to be In mid-September
. .my future life must be 'care
fully regulated to avoid excessive
fatigue." 1 ,'.
" That Is the unequivocal record
of Ike's apparently definite de
cision at' mat nme not to run
However. he reckoned without
the.) leaders of his party some
of the shrewdest leaders the par
ty has had in many years.
Chairman Hall, the top master
mind, went to Gettysburg, came
out to announce that he was eon
fident Ike would run again. Sen
ator Knowland of California, who
called on the President the same
day, came out with just the oppo
site opinion. :
' What Hall did at Gettysburg was
to start a holding operation. He
asked -the President not to say
no," at least for the time being.
on the ground that he needed to
keep Congress guessing for the
sake of hia legislative program.
A Jame-duek President Hall ar argued,
gued, argued, has no influence with Con.
Vtn. . ... .-.
ike bought Hairs holding-opera
tion strategy. It was the smartest
WASHINGTON PIPELINE k
Gen. Lucius Clay, head of Con.
tinental Can, and one of Ike's clos closest
est closest friends, phoned the Whit
House immediately after Ike was
taken sick and suggested future
GOP strategy. Ike's .digestive dif difficulty,
ficulty, difficulty, General Clay advised,. had
been considered by the President
when he made up his mind to run
again, Therefore, the operation
won't change his mind t Some
White: House friends, were franlc
in stating that all. ike needs to
do is have his nme on the oil
lot. Whether sick or well, ,h can
win The President, who knows
his own mind and. Inclinations bet
ter than anyone else, was quoted
by Merriman Smith Of t united
Press wt wmter as re.muiving to
friends IS he walked' through the
White House: ""I had to say ye
because they told me they didn't
have time to build up : another
candidate." The 'item was
killed by Lyle Wilson, htad of the
Washington UP bureau, though
Merriman, dean of White House
correspondents, swore the state
ment was correct. Some weeks,
later after theV'kilT.had aroused
considerable comment among ed editors,
itors, editors, Hagerty arranged for tho
President to make a diplomatic
explanation that if he had ever
said this, he didn't really mean
it t When the President waa
taken sick, he had a Cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting scheduled for that morning. It
was not canceled at first but post postponed
poned postponed to 2 p.m. No one at
the White House at that time had
any idea how. sick he really was.
PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR.1
MILWAUKEE -(UPP- Charles
E. Wampler drove to Green Bay
and parked hia car in a lot be
hind the Wisconsin Telephone Co.
building. Lster he found a note on
hia car saying, "This is a private
parking lot plaase do not use
it again or your car will be towed
away at your expense." Wampler
is president ef the Wisconsin TeU
ephone Co. w-
. .. "".1 Answe'r torVvioua 1iulT
? This and That Rgg iuixfjmpn
. 1 Arabian
II Female rut
IS Pertaining to
14 Browns bread
20 Malt drink '.
21 Mai child
22 East (Fr.)
21 City in The
SI Su eagle
S3 Bitter vetch
- S Delaware
I Wu present
7 Creek (Scot)
SWinglike part SO Venerated
S Subdue 32 Napoleonic
10 Sketcher marshal
IS Begone! SS Hebrew ."
IS Hardens, as month -
cement S( Rounded
lSFUheggs 37 Heavy
24 Pronoun -39 Cleopatra's
35 "Emerald Isle" snalie
27 Ages 41 Oar
. ,42 Concurs -.
- 92 Conclusion
S3 Compau poip
SS Narrow Inlet'
is called thi
35 Atlantic (ab.)
40 Division el
41 Roof flnial
19 Doctors (ab.)
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SATURDAY, JCXE 23, 1358
T1TW FAX AM 4 AMERICA AN TXLITZSVTXT CALI NTfTSPAm
y y yy
, tech cf Christ :
W. W. hmw, EvanfdW
. Telephone l-Moa
SJAlEOAl Otei. Balboa Boad.
ma Sunder 140 em am
Ct alOBALt American Laglaa HaB,
- i-roc Sunday 10:08 em 114 ia
tiO AAAJOl Hon Aia. AvAi lath St.
Stmdar 43 O-m
to Bbend -.
CocdU Anl8T CHTJBCH
"jll Bruja Roa
Drawer SoaS Balboa,
v tad f. PaaanwtU; raslat
. raaae tUU
.. bhxj 1 t:4S am
UoraiiK Worahh 11 ail.
Training union T r-
Kvaaina Worahip Mnu oJB'
Xacb Wadnasday J pm
Hooday aach month 1M am
T.n.ck WihU SehOOl
; fUtS BAJTIST CHUKOT
. Balboa Heighti, C. Z.
' U? Aneoo Boularard
,I)rVr "B" Balboa HaifMa
Pboaa Balboa 1727
millaa) H. Baaay, faatar
Nomina woraam ......
BaoUat Trainina Onloa (M am
lapual Trainina Dnloa
Kvan(Uatlc Samea 140 am.
' rrayet ataeuna wadnaa
alaya ,..M.,......a -I9V
WJUB. Blhla amd tta
daya AM am
1I Bretharhood (LaM -iiooday
la month) ........ 'at Dm
rntw BArnsT chubcb
' atargarita Avanua at 8th Strait
,. r-r, Margarita. Canal Zona
Bar. fret ft Bath, rattet
anmAa Brhool 1:4$ am
Morning Worship U:M am
BiapUat Training Union (:M pm
Bwaning Worahip 1M pm
Brotherhood, Tueraaye io am
frayer Services, Wadnatdaya IU pm.
W.M.U. 1st 3rd Fridays
a. A.. It A. At Sunbeams. '
frldays ..' pm
fi tttiia flaaoai'inflr-isl TTsng-'if'"
r maatum) ., ,M t ,.
' tn pacific tntt
; PANAMA GJTY f : '
Carrfain St Mrs. B. Grant 1 V
II rebruary btraet. tr.M
11:00 Hollnasa Meeting.
J 3:00 feuiday School.
1M Salvation Heating.
LA BOCa C X.
lAaataaaat ramy CaMafccTJ
VulMing No. low, rnona;
li:o utitmaas Meeting,
i 1:00 Sunday School.
' I JO Salvation Meeting,
iavay 4 Mia, C. U Heeeley
Cuiaoa Saeet .., -11:00
, J-M Sunday School.
, 1J0 SalraUoa Meeting.'
' VMB ATLANTIC tDB
BesUor t aet. anu Mrs. C Ma
gem street. Fhone: 31-743, -.
llflO H.ilinees Meeting.
3 :00 Sunday School
T:M Serration Meeting,
COLON 1H1RL, STBEh.1
SCaptaln Syslin Taylor
11:00 Uoliness Meeting.
. 1 01 Sunday School.
7 JO SaivaUon Meeting,
AINBOW CITT. CAt 1
Bavey J. Gta
Bt Kltrs and Jamaica Street
11:00 Ho'iness Meeting. ,.
3:00 Fvjiday School.
. 7:30 Stlvatlon Meeting.
Where all Pteteetaati
anuty hi aaaaarials, Hberty n
aasaaiisw aaa Miamy b an
THK ATI.aNTtr mmw
CATUN ... .'
t:4S Church School S
11:00 Warship Service.
- P-m- Sr. Youth ronowshlp.
llA:S'GJtSTA,i'Touu, ,tUr i
:30 Bible ScboaL
M Totrta raOearanhv
BALBOA 1 ; i
The ltt. Oscar af. Ohwa, Pattaa
. Jalboa Bd. at San PabteSt
ttom I-l8ft Church Offlea t-SV
nnmilM IMaMralUsl A
UM Worship Service The Expanded
aw nuium Kmeraartaa
. Prinurv and ImW iwt.
:. Cfaurch-Uine Nurcrv tut chSdraD
!J5 i-Hlgh Pellerahla. j
2ft-Hirh Fellowship. .
t Senior-High FaUewahla, T .-"
Or. Walker 11 am uii'
Offlea Phone M70-lUaidenca Pbont
, Chwa School
.' M- am Moraine Werahh) Sarriaa.
' tBb MliTHOOMT CHUBCb-
I II th St. Panama ate
, bwj am Morning FTayei and
: pm aunoay School
' ii .',,"n, Pravea ana Sermon
tajMirt M11HOD1S1 CHIJBCB
Ita Street and Melendat Avanua. 4
. Colon. BP
av. Sajmika! WmtA uuw
r -aternlna Service ana SoU
;. S p.m. Sunday School :S
J.?. Bvanmg Serrlca. ',
(Holy Communion 1st Sundayet
Monday, 1M pm Prayer Meedag.
CBKNtZKM MkTHilDUil VHUBCB
Relnbow Oty. CT
Be. Samuel Waldea, Mlmatai i'
1 Sunua, nervire a m anu .t am
undav Schnel ft an age at :3 M
"Tee tavttatioii Ta WarahlB.
afeaaa I am. Praroi Vaeting.
Chercbee rk Mar IiMi at the Cm 2ea, 4 rfce taraiiBaJ
Crtie af iiiii aaa1 Cat, ttpefcSe at aeBa,esraa' aelctas
af. all rmsae t mm Bad wtmm the wi tenrice. ad re aivileaA
mtMl aNMt fJtftttyOMSa
paabr aaevtca, Hm The
a'aaemiaeHaB i aatkas af haw at versaip aed ether lafalat erfivitie.
Ugtiaga ar fatarW haai Hats ta lima. Daaaaaiaarieat bevtaf
earr aaa ar twa aaagrtgetittt an awt eaam wOtbt Caere Aa4
Service." A tptcial titta) ) atria sad tar tar-mat af Ami paete,
-Ah bate aaa Naval atotmaa,
-. AtMeSerera, cbarcft secretariat aaa1 caaplerM ere askee to Mam
. Aa bw ak ia wririaf ay Waaaataa aaaa at the lataat at eay
chaaeea tat Hm caniag Setae' caarca aaaa,
CaUstaTlAft aUKNCA UtUKUUS
ftnt Church at Christ SaenUek Aaeer
MO Ajmoo Boulevard.
Sundav 1140; Wednsaoav 84 am
Sunder School I JO e.sa
ftnt chare at Uuist, aueaUal. CMMaaa'
Utb Street Bolivestilgha
A. .. OmimI a-aa m
Sunday 11 :00 am Wednesday (4( pm
mm u.DV rTllinrM Batbaa
Sunday Manas: 1:00. IM. 10:00 and
Holy Day Masaas! Ift IrtO. list am
J K.Um .ntai
aUlU tf W Bfas aa, mav aw AT ataA
Confessions: Saturday. 3 a 1JW
and 7 00 to M p.m. Thursday. More
First Friday two we:w pJ pJ-Miraculous
Miraculous pJ-Miraculous Medal Koveria: J0 pm
Catechism Clean aner we
Hieh bcnooi a may ui
weanasaay. v i ...
' ', BACBEO HBABT Aaeaa
u.aua ls. 7 JO A t:30 am
HolyOay maasaat fSS am anJ I '00
PConfeaslonsi Saturday 1 30 to e0 and
T:l to S:00 P.m. inursaaj nawra
Sacred Heart DevoUonei tM pm an
Catechism uaau sua w e
Thursday. j "-," ' ;
OUB LADT OP FAT1MAV Caraada
KundavMam at 1:00 am
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Coniesuona: tM to 1:41 pm on Sat-
lUKBUBs viassi smawy
ST. JOSEPH Parana
Sunday Massaa at 70 and 101 am
HolyDay Maes at 0:00 pm ..
Weekday Masses: u.tO am 1 J
Confassiomu Saturday I JO to 4 JO and
J0 to 7 JO. . L
Catechism cuasi auaaay ae w aw
Mlraculoua Medal Noeanat ,t 0 am
convert irmrucoonsi ianw
ST TWCENTS-Paaaaw CHy -Sunday
Ma ares: :0 and SJO am
Holvbav Maasaa: 1.30 and 1:00 pm
lt It tsllt on Saturday the Massat art
t:00 and :30 a.m.)
crnifaarinna! Saturda M to IM and
11M to t:00 pm Xhuraaaya oeiore tun
Mrfa. v 'in n an
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tions of the Croat: Friday 7:10 p.av
Catechism Class: JUier sjv mam
Convert Oaatt J0 pm Tuesday and
Thursday. i-r-,-, ,'!;.,,'
ST. THEBFSA'S CeceB ?
Kimilav ifasa;, 8:20 a.m.
Htv Dav Mas: 4:00 am (It it talU
Catechism Class: au.w aw pm. u
Monday. ' 1
Coniecrionti a:ro to aao am -t,
AI.'jOCNPAri.3Trf S LA'SALLB
Vuhday Masses: JO and OJt ara.
.WaakTDava Mass: CJ0 Mon- Thuni,
Fri. and Sat First Friday mast: 10 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: tJ w
'ciwfessioraTi I JO to 4 JO and f M to
8:00 pm on i-turaay.
Miraculous oieuaj noveuai fi
caiacnism wiaae: f-"1-
Convert Cuuai Monday t JO pm
- ST. TH13lKSrS La Beta ;;f
Sunday Mass: 7.-00 am
fav Mm: f JO n.m.
rfaalns: Saturday f :30 to t JO pm
Thursday before First Friday : p.m..
Catechism ciaat: a:u pm """"
Sacred Heart Noranal 740 pm an
trlday. ... -Z"-
Coaven cismi pm
- ATLANTIC SIDB
Sunday Masses: t.45, (MandOnSam
Holy Day Masses: 1:43 and 1:00 am
mini K'lS n m
Confessions: Mmroay aaw w iw ans
IM to 0:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal-rJevenal Wednesday
(:1S and 7:00 pm '
Bacred wean novena: anoay i .i poa
Riindav Kvanme Services 7:00 D.m.
Convert Class: 70S pm an Moods ys
and Thursdays. .
Catechism Class: eunoay i:ia am so
11 -4S a.m. 1:00 b.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First FridaT Exposition at Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at I JO
am Saturday momma.
First Saturdav Devotions to our Lady
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 00 a.m.
First Communion fnstnietlons for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays IM to
70 pm ;: -.t.j, ,!
MTBACCLOtJS MEDAL Crlitohal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 1:00 and 10 JO a.m.
Holy Day Masses: f .-00. K am and
Confessions: Saturday 4M to 140 and
7KM to 3 00 p.m. Alter notary aecn eve-
runt. .. ... -, -.
Miraculous Medal Kovenai t:ll and
IM p.m. on Monday.
cateciuara. cusai Anar. in bubs, an
Xxposltlon aO day during
the School Year.
First Saturday! Mass at SM am, ;
HOLT FAMILY CHITBOI-Mariarha
6unday Masses: 7 KM and 0J0 am
Holy Day Masses: tM am and WS
Confessions: 4 DO to (40 and IM to
140 pm Saturday.
Miraculous Medal novena I isa a nv
uiurcn tusior eroup every Tiittoay
at 7 JO pm
Teen-Aace cruD: tjo am ae weanet-
Catechism Ciss: 440 pm Tmn-sdsy.
First Friday Devotions: 740 p m.
Inoutrv-Di scussion Oreua everv FH-
day 7 JO pm -
VINCENTS Rstabaw CHy
jo am and 140
Masses: (4 am and 040
Confessions: 440 to 140 and 140 to
:oo pm Saturday.
catechism Class: 10:41 a m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at ,140
Mlraculoua- Madal Rovenar 740 pjn
on i-uesasy. .
Sacred Heart Novena t 70 a.m. m
Friday. ... ... , -, ;,; ...
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Gatda
Sundey Mam: g:lS am
Holy Day Mass: S40 a.m. V i .-
Conitsaions: gJS to 140 aaa. an tat.
Catechism Clam: 440 pm an Monday.
OtTB LADY OP OOOO COUNSEL i
Sunday Masses: In iwi a.a
Holy Day Maaseat tM am and 840
Confessions Saturday at 14 pn and
wwi u wwiuua owouont-v i, f
Dapiianis oy appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena.- 1B aia
Sacred Heart Novena: 148 pm en
Friday. ..- .- ,-'
Sundav School: 8:3a am an 9U.rui
Religious Instruction Clam for Chfl
dren: 4 00 p.m on Thursday i
RHisious Instruction for rfuli. ir
ducted to Spanish): IM p.m on Vor
Convert IrxtrucUone by appointment
"team America Bah fetr. by
The Bt Bev. B. Heaar Gaadta, S.T.D,
Tha Tary Be. M. Kicaard MacDeaaU
ANCUn. C J!
, TfUt CATHEDRAL OF ST. LVKB
- SUNDAYS -7:30
are Holy Communion.
SJO ia Santa Communion Utb Sua.
' day). i ..
0:1S Jt. Church School. .
0:43 rn. Iscuela Dominical.
1140 a ak Morning Prayer and Sermon.
. r.oiy communion, trim eun-
140 pm. Avening Prtyet and Sermon
1:30 l u, Holy Communion, 1 :?
140 pm Evening Prayer.. -, t
. 3 HOLY DAYS,
040 aaa .Holy Communion. . i- -'
t ia aaa Holy Communion.
8:11 am Mornini Pravet.
U40 Mi. -daj Missionat) .Orsyert.
Third Street New Cristobal
The Bev. MilUB A. Caakana. Pataa
Holy Communloa ......... 1 Jo am
Church, School ........... Ida am
and Sermon .............. 1140 am
(First Sunday. Holy Coram union!
Vesper Service and, i
Youth Fellowshia .:..v. .' a-na
WEDNESDAYS : :;
Holy Communloa 8:30 am
Chair Beheartal .......... 1 JO pm
A House of Prayer for. afl aeopto.
r COCOU. i 'v 'A"
Cbateh at SI Aaarew ' i
Tha Bar. wuilaat W. Baldwia. Priest
a caarsa ..
Family Prayer and Church School.
Morning Prayer and sermon U am
IN C tint Sundav In Month),
Evening Prayer. 7 JO pm
Weekday Pnver :UU em,
. Chapel af the Coed Shepaara i-"
la.' Bar. Clarence ft. flayaa
SJO aJB Bvery Friday, Monuog Pray
'(EX. Itt ftlnay.V S'.''
I dAMBOA "' ( I"-
St Slmea'a Chatcb
Tha Rev. John Spear. Priest ia Charge
Mornin Prayer. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays 10 JO ajt
mon, 2nd and 4th Siindayt 10:30 am
Sunday School ........... 3:00 pm
Youth Fellowship ......... 8:00 pm
Evening Prayer .... ....... 140 njn
Girls' Friendly Society ... (40 pm
Evenine Prayer and Sermon 140 am
Holy Communion 140 aja
Woman's Auxiliary, And and
4th. Thursdays. ...,...v..,. 10 am
' LA BOCA -"I J
St Ptter'i Chareh
The Re. John Spear, Priest to Charge.
nm r'lartt Unci rw,dn 1:fa am.
i ,u, i and t. -ica echooi
10:10 a.m. i
Childrea'a Eucharist Srd Sundaya 10
Holy Btptten 8:00 pm. )'i
1 Eventong and Sermon 740 pm
MONDAiS THRU SATURDAYS
Holy Communion i:w am
Evening Prayer ... 7:0 n-m.
except Saturday. Complin 1J0 a.
1st TUESDAYS A Srd MONDAYS
Woman Auxiliary T30 pm
of St Margaret :
Cornet el Esnave Av4 Bratol Blvd.
Th tu. Miltea A. Coeksaav Pattoa
8:80 am. Church School
0:30 am Moming Prayer and del mon
(1st Sundays, Holy communion)
4 JO am Confirmation Instruction!
. ratu akxti
Chanel af The Holy Camferte
Tin L. B. Shirley, Priest ta Charge
Every Tuesday 8:30 am Holy com.
- r ABA ISO
- St Alben't Charcb
Ttk Be. David A. Osbara.
Priest ta Chart
840 am Choral EucnarW m tannun
1240 nouu Infant Baptism ,. . : ..
840 im. Church School.
(held ta Building 1311
(40 am Youth Fellowship
140 tiL Evenson and Addraat
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
7 JO pin. Woman's Auxiliary ana Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting. ..,
' St Panl't Chnrrb
Tha Pen. Lemael B. Shirley. Rartar
The Re FHs B. A (well. Deacon
SUNDAY ..: ....
(40 am Holy Communion
040 am Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 am Morning Prayer and Church
School '. ?
1240 noer Holy Btptlsra 1
740 tun Solemn Vaanara
TUESDAYS .. ,.
8:30 a.m Holy Communloa
WEDNESDAYS '. .41,',
S40 am. Holy Communion ,
y:oo ml Eventni Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS C
8:30.r m. Hot Communloa A
(40 am Holy Comraimlon,
. : OBlSt .. CHITRCbT BT.TRE-SEA
. tOrJDOtlte Hotel Washlrtttaat
Tna Va. Mtlnert J. Ptersea. I
... The Be Henry A. Blake
' Amerlate Rector
aja Holy Cormnurdaa.
040 a-ai. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am Church School g tad on.
. t WEDNESDAYS
aim am Hot Communion.
7:30 p-ra Evening Prayer and Sernna
gj a at Adun coniirmsnoa t lata
(40 om Pravr Guild.
84 am Children' Eucharist f
140 am Junior Confirmation Class
I JO am Complin and Meditation.
(40 am Holy Cornmimlon.' .
. CherU of St Mary, the VTrrto
' Th Re. John A.
Priest ta Charge
Sung Eucharist .......... J. 10 a.ta
,Chur School .j......... 0 43 am
Evem-ei and Seiiuua .... 1JS a.m
Holy Communion. ........ is am
- Bt Geerte's Chareh .; ."
- Tha Be. Jena A. Spalding,
Print In Charee
11 AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv temmunion f JP aaa
And ANP 4th SUNDAYS :
and Senrni ............ tut ajn
Church School, each Sun.. 10 J am
41 Canstepaer' Charrh
SI Pareae tefewi'
; TV Be C Is rear W Suyea.
. Priest to Charge
Hnt 3mmiw ... j f J sai
Sunday School ........... IS JO ajn
' ion WeBwaoa e.ai
Baotbem 8 to am MB 4th Sim
Iveniiit Preveri BiMe Saatv .a
end 3rd Sundays
Woman uilir ana A tth "ainiCTV'
BvjKn, and Satmaa
' 10 JB
; .Othsi Cbrches
CBl'BCa OP THE NAZASENB
' i, Ancon. C Z.
Mmltter: Bev. Ehaer ft' Ntbaa
Boa 4 Ancon. CA, Balboa J608
Sunday School I:3 am
Mornmg Worship ......... 10:30 a m
Youth Service ............ 8:43 pja
Evenine Service 1:3 pjn
NJ-mX Service .140 pjn
Prayer Meeting, Wed. I JO pjn
i NATIONAL BAPTIST CRVRCM
Panama BP ,33rd Street East
' Be, S. N, Bream, Miaittar
Divine Worship ........... f JO a.m
Sunday School ............ IM a.m
Sunday Mattel .....I 1:4i UAi
aiv. nOut aimaas
:40 am r
' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetlnas Thursdavt at 1J a.m. and
sundavt at 4:00 Dm. airs Memorial
808 BaiUa Boad. Balboa,
CHCBCN OP JE9VS CHRIST :'
OP LA1TUUDA1 SAINTS (Meraaaat
Sunday m retinas In the JWB-USO. La
soca Keao. Balboa, ramary ana man.
hood 8 JO a.m. Meeting; Sunday School
(08 ami Sacrament Meeting, 10 JO am
' AtlaBtk Bramfe f.'
Building 300. Schoolhousa Boad. 1
. Ganm. Canal Zone. .
Telephone. Gettia 364 or Cristobal tttl
Sunday Bcnooi low am sunaay oac-
rement Meeting 0:30 pm Prieshood
Meeting (JO pm Wednesday Urinary
(JOpm Wednesday Kaliaf society meet meeting
ing meeting as announced.
. wsvsuw rviaaun -w
i CHURCB r..
' Bev. Paul Hollowsy, Patter
Office, Curuitdu (108
Home, CurundU Ill( j
Sunday School f:4S
i Morning Worahip 11 a.m.
xoutn Meeung p.m.
Evening Worship ....,.... 1 pm
y old CAnfouc cburcb
Bt, Baphaal the Areaaagaf
'- Uth St Watt Na 1 "'
Hoty Cuchartst: Sunday at J0 a.m
Tuesdave, Wadnasdaya and Ihnrtdavt
Saoamtnr at UnctroB iHtaung aaa
vlcei First Sunday at aach monta a
i JO am -v :
tOaaat tutlbet. CatrHaa Chares
-- Panaaia, B. P
Bl Bay X. a O, B aUatap
Morning aevotlo a oaa ajb
reUewablp Worelua at ...... U:M am
iunday School at ... I f0 m
ornna Sarnca at ........... I J am
' BAHAl CBNTEB i V
BAHAI'S CENTEB i ; V!
sa riral. KtraaC ..' i.
Urbanizaelda El Carmen. PanamA City
ibiormai Talfct and Diacuauona
Thursdays........... la ta
Celea, Ita m rreai BDes
(aastain Ameriesa oassar)
curates aoursoava. w
. BETHEL MISSION CHURCB
' Espalaba SU Ptraiso, CJl. I
Be Waldaha a Stewart, Pasta
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School. j ,, ,.
1:18 pm Gospel Sendee.
Monday: 1 JO Young People's Society
Wednesday: I JO Mid-week Christiar
Thursday: (40 Choir Beheartal.
Friday: 1 JO .Women' Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. ,.
f THE CHURCH OP OOB .,
.133 Eighth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. Graadltaa, Patter
unday S"hoI :30 a.ta
vn.x V w; a. 1 -1) am
. t '-e Iv P-m
v FlSVSr CHURCH OP GOD h
I Car. Jamaica aad Trinidad Stg,
' Rain hew City, Caaal Xeaa
a. G. W. Graaaieea. Palter
Moming Worship .......... 0:00 am
Sundav School 10:30 a.m
Night Service 10 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs. Maada Hiaes, Psttei
Snnila School ......... 1040 a
Moming Worship 1140 am
Night Service ,.
. THE CHCBCH OF GOD
.. Panama CHy .;
Car. "NO. and Marian Arosemeaa SM.
Be. Wra. J. Jehaeea, Faster
cmiiiT si-hnoi ojo am
Moming Worship 10J am
Niabt Service .......v....... 70 am
THE CHURCH OP COD Bit Attoto
, Meat Oarara Bdv I(th St
Be. Wat A Jehaeea, Paste ;
Sunday Scheo .......... .m. 0:30 am
WarshlH 10:30 am
Night Sorvic 10 P-B-
, Diablo Helghlt, CX
- i .,
,l i :
Special Engineer! Bids, Diablo Helghtt)
sunaay ociioui ...........
Worship -Service 1 a.m.
Youth Service ...'...wW: 140 p.m.
Evangellstle Service 7:30 p.m.
. Wed, Bibl Study Prayer 1J0 pm
" CHURCH OP GOD (PrnteceetaD
s Re. B. E. Walton. Overseer j
Phone 0-423, Boa 253, Gamboa
Churches at Paraiso, CZ. (Rev. and
u u.h ri whvtai. colon, sr.
Re. Fernando Lorence). Rio Aba?
I Re, and Mrs. Charles Havnes), ana
Cativ (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Oroavat).
- M ft a, at as II
sunaay ana wesmua j
Sunday, scbom ..
Cmn-ch-ThTie Nursery School..
Sunday actwol (suumng no.
uj.j.j.. V initnf rr.ra lit ar
tna and Bibl CUas .......... J
FORT KOBBE "rT'"?l
Sundsy Bcnooi tajuuaing nm
UmlM Wanhin . 10:45
Cvanlne Bibla Study .......... SJO
ALBROOK ALB FORCE BASE .
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)., 030
Moraine WorshlB .....0-JS 10:45
Youth FeUowship (JO
n NAViT. STATION.
Sunday Scnool .i :au
Morning Worship .............. U40
Holy Communion First Sunday
t!li KT) M KADOfi ARTCRS CHAPEL
Holy communion tlpucopai)... i.b
Morning Worship -.. t:00
Holy Cormrmnion Pint Sunday
oiMonthl- . -.
Dairy Mam .................... (40
Sunday Masses .8:J At' 0:00
Cenfestrana. Saturday ...8:30 1:30
Sunday .SJO A 040
1 ....:.. ......
Saturday Mase S40
Sunday Maatt ....... ..78 8 00
Sotnish ....... c...... SUM
COROZAL i A v ... ,.; ;
Daily Mas ...... .w..... ... m-W
No. 711) .-. lit) A 80
Confewiuna, Saturday 4Bulldiag '
Posts end Bases
Fcrn::r$ l!::r Two,
lily liwwlr lleaeaef.,,
ELD0RA, Iowa. June 23 (UP)
Secretary of Agricultur Ezra Tift
Bensoa and Sen. Estes Kofauvcr
traded verbal blows on tna some
platform today,1 each claiming that
his party has th beat -policy for
Kefauver. -a Democratic presi
dential hopeful, charged that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower hag indicated he
has bo intention of carrying out to
the full a new farm policy,
He blasted Republicans for
reluctant manner in which the
new 1956 farm act is being ad administered"
ministered" administered" and said the admin
istration plans to provide less than
half th aid to. farmers than was
intended by Congress
Benson attacked "gloomy fore
casts of the Democrats and warn
ed against sacrificing farmers "on
the political auction block.".
. They (poke at the Iowa Corn-!
belt Farm family t ieia way nere.
. Benton said farm prks nava
Increased about 9 par cent this
year imoar tha COP flexible price
support system, mcruoinf reav
eriat in the market price of hogs
and beef cattle. ; .. ;:. j';v,.V
The secretary said ad minis tra
Uoa farm policy has beea meas measured
ured measured on the basis of what is good
fop the farmers and the'nation-
"Dot on the political applause met.
Kefauver aakl he "simpiy can i
halieve" that Mr. Eisenhower or
Benson know what is happening to
farmers "or possess the imsgina-
tion to solve the problems.
' H titid farmers will not get a
t th aid nrevided by Congress
"if sthe1 delaying. Dunguns -wu-
cies oi the aaminunruw
BUB. :y-i -x ; -i. ... ,. :v j
' tt.tfi.1sr services will be held
Sunday at St. PauI's Church ia ob,
servance of the NaUvity of St.l
Ma Baptist and will begin with
a celebration oi noiy vommumuu
at a.m. ,.;.,'
At the I s,m: service of Holy
Eucharist the members the
vnioMs nf St. Paul will make
their monthly corporate commu
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally msm r-jj:
Saturday Matt 40
Sunday Masts ....1:43 U
OS. NAVAL STATION. Bodrata
Dairy Mast ...................
Saturday ....... v
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
.. : AIIANTIC SIDB
. AUdweek FeUowship, Thursday..
rrT r.mtrr 11
Sundty School ................. 0:45
Morning Worship 1140
Youth FeUowship, Sunday .....
OS. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Sunday School 00
Daily Maa t JO
Morning Worship ...i 1140
Holy Communion First Sunday -of
Confessions. Saturday ...0:00 A
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Sunday Matt 10
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Waekl (artrtcas m all rhiireKa, aa
fallows j (
Sabbtui School 8:3 am
?ivine Service 4140 a.m.
outh't Meeting 4 JO pm
Wednesday Bibla Study and Prayer
Service 1J0 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama A Balnta Dbrrict
Pister w. H. Waller Tel. 83 J 350S
BBIPmP W M eaValln Tal 9B9 lfUMt I
c.bo yorda, AvaT j. wTii 7 67 N.. I
ChorrlUa th Na. tl
Pueblo Nueva S-A St between Srd
ana eta But,
Rie Abaio 11th St No. 17
Balboa Chapel 0844 GavlUa Id. Bak
Boa (Saturday only).
Saaaish Charchea Paaaasl aad
Critteh! IHttrlet '
Pastor Ruben Rufi
Psnama, Calla Darlen No. 3
Cristobal, 18th A Bolivar Av.
Gambol A Frijoles.
Oistrlet Paiter A. A. Griatl
Tel. No. (-108
-Gambol Praitt Parkway Frijolt.
Athmtie Side Celea aad
Pastor Neblett Tel. 33:131
Colon Srd St. A Central Ave, Crista.
Dai lath Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan Road TaL S
Jewbi Welfare Board Bid 7F2-X La
Boca Read, Balboa, Ci. Rabbi Nathan
Servica Friday,, 10 pm Saturday.
(Sea ae listingi af Jewish arvlces
urtrtr. nMtt Bases and SUtionti.
Congreaatian Kol Sheerlth ItraeL A,
nlda Oiba and Sth Street Bella Viata
Paoarai City Services 8:00 pja
RyrnrMni lither A churcm
Balbea Eeadat Wight Street
Be. Robert P. Gaaslck, Patter
P.O. Box 864, Balboa.
( Sunday School, Bibl clasa (40 am
Divine Service 10:18 am -"Divine
Service at Margarita Ih St.
Margarets Episcopal Church) Sunday
440 pm." -
I'MrfJ'i' f "tiB.tV M,-l'-ti
.eirf..VrJp. ..ipgAal ftAf nrv." "lsWlii4i,T
Army Here Tries N ev Housin r
An experiment In non-commis
sioned officers prestige is being
And the possible pay off is the
adoption on a world wide basis by
the Army of a bachelos NCO quar
ters system. It will be tried here
for a year as a test.
A : llaHniiav4ar m.mAr.nrlnm
distributed early this week out
lines the -establishing of the NCO
quarters, which will be similar in
makeup to bachelor officers quar
ters (BCKJs). -.
All commanders of Army posts
here and in Puerto Rico have been
asked to establish the NCO quar-
ters for their sergeants in the grad-
es of master .sergeants and ser-
geant first class. Specialists of
aVlaaka. Aaw J 111 L I
duded ataTi Tm m,T, Here too .the NCOs are strongly
Tha .,,,,. ... i(-
; Toe program goes into effect,
The quarters will be fully furn furnished
ished furnished with Quartermaster issuing
nonstandard or limited standard it items
ems items of quarter furniture until such
time as standard furniture be
comes available. It is- estimated
that the furniture will be available
in the command about November 1.
The furniture will bt, used nnlv
for NCO quarters and in no case,
the memo states, will the items
be used in other troop billets.
- A command report to be sub submitted
mitted submitted to. U.S.: Armv- Caribbean
Headquarters before midJuly will
cover problems and suggestions in
the program. Some of the points
unaer discussions will include:
Reaction of junior NCOs to ae-
cepting more responsibilities and
the control in barracks during nor
mal on-auty nours; reaction of
NCOs who will occupy the BOQ BOQ-type
type BOQ-type quarters: effect unon unit dis
cipline with the removal of seni senior
or senior NCOs from the company area;
effect in any Increased NCO pres prestige;
tige; prestige; and reccomendations on fur furniture
niture furniture and items to provide com comfortable
fortable comfortable living for the NCOs.
The prbgram is another sten in
the Army's drive to increase: the
prestige of Its career NCOs.
The furniture will include every everything
thing everything from waste baskets to kitchen
ginks: from bookshelves to coffee
So far, a post by post check
Fort Clayton: --Post Executive
Officer Colonel Arthur T. Sauser
termed the experiment as tome-
ining long needed.
The Quarters have enouch rooms
for all eligible sergeants, but as of
now only some of them are proper properly
ly properly furnished. The colonel also said
that the sergeants are enthusiastic
about the test, :
An advantage, he said, will be
the morale boost senior NCOs will
receive... ,- r. .-
jacopT cn exton
By OSWALD JAC0BT
.Written for NEA Service
East SavAli War
Pass 3 NT. Double
Opening lead A Q
West was embarrassed and an.
noyed after-the play of today's
hand. The game had been stolen
from under West's nose, despite
his 19 points and strong suit,
West opened the queen of clubs,
a fatal error, and South won with
the kins. South led the oueen of
"P0""' overtaking with dum-
my s king when West nroDerlv
played the 10. A low diamond now
knocked out the ace, and South
was sure of nine tricks. When
West hopefully cashed the ace and
jack of clubs, he set up a tenth
trick for South. : . r
. The queen of dubs Is the normal
opening lead, but it was incorrect
in this case. The reason for lead leading
ing leading the queen in this situation is
that you want to force out the
king while your partner still has
a club or two. If your partner
later wins a trick, he will be able
to return your suit. ;
In this case, you know that your
partner will never win a trick.
You might Just as well begin the
clubs by leading the ace. This puts
you in position to continue with
the queen of clubs, 'if you wish,
or to switch to a different suit.
If .West had onened the ace of
clubs, East would have dropped
the eifht since an opening ace-
lead against no-trump convention
ally calls for partners highest
card. It would then be clear that
South held both the king and 10
of elubs4 a '-4- i ,;. t". '. '.....:.
t An alert West would see that
the clubs were of doubtful value
and that dummy's diamonds were I
a dangerous threat, west would
therefore switch to the king of
spades at the second trick, forcing
out dummy's ace.- The diamonds
would be shut out, ana soutn
would wind up with about seven
trick- -. .. ,
ement For Top Graders
Fort Davis: Lt. Col. Clarence T.i manent NCOs Hving there to mala
Marsh, Post Commander, also gave the plan feasible. --But," the speak speak-unqualified
unqualified speak-unqualified approval to the pro-'er a-lded hastily, "that isn't final
gram. yet." t
The quarters at Fort Davis, he.
said, are not ready yet. But in a
shirt sleeve conference the colonel
and captain L. W. Gilbert (Post
S-4) have smoothed out the nroh-
lems oi me trial Darracu.
A Centralized billet for the tnn
two graders, the commander point-
ed out, will be the biggest advant-
age in the program. Here also, the
NCOa can discusa mutual prob
lems and post news.
Fort Kobbe: A Kobbe spokes-!
Wt thi P -Jrni J?
"J"e ttu w.Mk nd early next
man saia oarracks are three fourth
m lavor or me program.
onarr Haiohi.. a
Vjuarry Heights. A 1
on the Hill stated' that Quarry
neignis coesn i nave enough per
THE SAVINGS BANK
' Institution Guaranteed hy the State
' :--.. i.--v.-A'
Pays 2 interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
' Wo make loans with guarantees en first mortals
. i v or other ttcurrtiss.
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, fpr jewelry, and
; documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Centrsl Ave. at
corner of T Street
Q. A. De R0UX7
1 From t:OI B.m, to 12:30 n.m. v
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 bjh. te 12:00 p.m.
Fort" Kobbe Chaplains Activities Center
Six Sunday Nights 6:30 p.m.
June 24 July 29
THE TOPIC i
1. The Lamb that was supposed to be there."
2. The Lamb that wasn't there. '
3. The Lion, the Viper aud the Dragon.
4. The Lamb that was there.
5. The one that was too big. '
6. The one that was too small.
Bring the family Special Children's Program: .,
v Continuing Series of films on the Life of Christ
MILITARY: and CIVILIAN iL
- The Chaplains Activities Center is located on Rencher
, Avenue, one building below the Post Exchange..
Fort Gulick: 1st Xt. 1 a c It
Schoonver, Atlantic Side Public In Information
formation Information Officer, said that the
ball is rolling on the quarters rl.in.
Though there are no bachelor Iu.'0s
living in the quarters yet, rooms
an Kin fivarf anH tnrnUheA
The quarters will be located at
Gulick Heights. v
And at Fort Amador Lt. Col.
, Robert W. Garrett;' the post's Cotn-
mander, also unconditionally back
ed the move.
His NCOs, the colonel said, also
have been enthusiastic on the pro program.
gram. program. Privacy is the biggest point,
The quarters are not completely
ready yet, but the program has
started. The post Engineer funds
each month have a portion allocaU
- 'ed to the quarters.
..' v ."Vi.
Front St. at corner
f 7th St.
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Group Trips Planned By JWB
The Panama Tourist Bureau and
the Colon Chamber of Commerce
has scheduled series of local
tours in Panama and the Canal
Zone; under the' auspices of the
LSO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center. '; -.t
The Veranito, "Indian summer"
trips, will .match the regular dry
ceasoa tours in interest ana in ter
r:?'n- s cov-' j
An overall utire of excursions
planned during the, Veranito in
CANAL LAUNCH TRIP:
Commentary on the Canal trips,
' to be held July 15 and Aug. 12, will
be furnished by 'the tour conduc conductor.
tor. conductor. A launch will cover the Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Pedro Miguel waterway, and
stops will be made at Barro Co
lorado Island and Gamboa. The
tour includes a visit to the Mira-
t lores locks for an on-the-scene ex explanation
planation explanation of their intricate oper-
;uon. a nominal cnarge of ss for
the trip Includes the train fare to
Gatun. ;;. ;
SAN BLAS ISLANDS!
iThis trip to the "land of the mo mo-las"
las" mo-las" will be begun on July 8 and
be offered during July and Aug August.
ust. August. The one-day combined plane
and launch excursion encompasses
a mgnt over uie "ixmtinenlal Di Di-,
, Di-, vide" and native bohio settlements,
and a visit to a number of the 300
islands, coral-foundationed masses,
that will give the visitor a com composite
posite composite picture of the varied life of
the San Bias Indians on his coral
kingdom. Time will be allowed
for photographs of the "ring-nosed"
cunas and purchases of their
arts and wares. The all-expense
airplane and launch tour will cost
LABOR DAY WEEKEND EXCUR EXCURSIONS
SIONS EXCURSIONS a) A special three-day boat trip
to the San Bias Islands will be nre-
sented for the long weekend of Sept.
i-9. visits wui do maae io ine anc
Atlantic terminus town of Porto-
belo, the port, city of thtvT.lack
Christ," and to ..White Beach, on
the Orange Keys, near Isla Gran
de lor swimming and picnicking.
Isla Grande is the protective is island
land island for ships enterinB the CanaL
b) Another weekend offer for
Labor Day excursion enthusiasts
will be a three-day boat trin to the
Darien country, near the Colom.
bian border. The boat will glide up
the Sambu River' to the village of
Sabalo, Fishing sear wiU be nro-
vided. An along-the-way stop, off
win auow uie tauncners to visit
the Perlas Islands, an archipelago
of 40 islands, where Indians live
mainly on coconuts and dive for
pearls for fun and occasional sleep
ing facilities and is placed at $25..
c) Through special arrangements
with COPA Airlines, an out-of-the-country,
two-day, all-expense tour'
is presented for "rich coast" sight sightseers.
seers. sightseers. The trip to Costa Rica in in-cludea
cludea in-cludea one day in San Jose, and the
second in the mountain .region vi visiting
siting visiting the famed church city of Car Car-tagq
tagq Car-tagq and the volcano Irazu. The en.
tire tost is $45. i
Reservations for the seat-limit
ed tours can be made br calling
the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center, Balboa, 4321, Monday
inrougn r riaay, Detween 8:30 a.m
to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 4:30 o.m
After 4:30 p.m. and on weekends,
teiepnone jsaiDoa 1072. j
TwjlV a SHARK is
.. AKMgr? TO THE TEETH.
to )&iteyk True Life Adventures
L cewpveive. wnw nerves, pulp ami? enamel
a vao&wjcm coax op tinv spikes.
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Published through the courtesy of
Ave. 6a. (Peru) No. 39-116 TeL 3-1650. Panama, R. P.
EMERSON Television and Radio
Saturday, June 23, 1956
1 6S 81(11 on
J:0O Harry Omni
J SO Youth Want To Know
340 Armtd Force Hour
' 4:0O Encore
J 00 Mr. and Mrs. North
'tM ProfcasioruU Father
:06 Ntwi Panorama
TM Life of Riley
T Stag Show
S 00 Caanr'i Hour
I SO That' My Boy
1(40 Danny Thomas
10 JO Bit Parade
11 The Whitliif Girl
11 SS Foreign Intritue
12-01 Sign oit
Sunday, June 21, 1956
1 58 Sign on
I M Lamp Unto My Feet
. t SO Cavalcade of America
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Encore Theatre
5:00 Hallmark Hall of Fame
S:3fl Screen Director's Playhouse
S15 Industry on Parade
S:30 Jack Bennv
7:00 Our Miss brooks
7 :30 You Ar There
00 Toast of Th Town
1:00 Appointment with
SO Phn SiWer Show
1040 Star Stam-
10:30 Whafs My Lin
114 Robert Montgomery
- present .. ... ;
12:05 Sign off. :
Wherever yoii look. .
W MM I
. ... A M k HTA
i "So lone, Bertie! I hone vour mothar kin vmir mhn
- tied and your nose blown during the summer vaoationr
fniNpl life t filled rttb bruises.
rTetl-wera steps and rugs he uses. :
pmlrs would leave His home tike ntmm
aV Clastineda, fust the right etuef
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HOW ABOUT AtlVELV )
Where OU, I thou6ht
asLr -JJawff 'r
l TUtN Suet DeLIKEATEUr A 3""". if'.
IW T Mt Wrrie. TJW.S H lX-f I
In the Clink
T fvT. OAKLDI
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. TWVSHV-, lot;
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THE f 1 MISERABLE
m r-nftkir i
I WHO ARE
: AND WHEREVE
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CAfTAQt aUft :
A Blow for Roger
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FIHI5H THI 0WAEWGETVOU THftT JOB
Ttet I CAM WORK MY ET1
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mr th&t. a nu i -tius Job.
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OOTOtJ PAGE TMP ,vCAMa2AMAr4,NO WtAlOMESi Ifvi MV
U BgAYSR-i TEirrw Di.WTfOLLOWi ARMOC.'-vMY l?E6PECTt
'eiSSETL?00- A to tAVY AMD ORDER
JAVWALKtS PAY575B?Ve ?HOULD AM
Oobrvt v . Is MAT) A atfulet i I Atf ZAa.nt a. rn r a..,.
-I 1 knew NOU COULO inn V-
VI j 11 LEARN fST-.I GUESS I VT 1 CAN HEU ? I
HV MOTHERS 6TT (HUH J'fwiUMMt I
' -you will see an EMERSON.
mma m mar Atfin a u
Social an J Otlien
Bo 134, Pc
MEN HERE'S WHAT THE
GIRLS WOULD MOST .LIKE
If an hare'a a tin for vou
recent YWCA poll in which 15.253
SATURDAY, JUM !J, 195J
girl and wornsn were questioned
about what they would most like'
to do,- more thaa 15,000 of them put;
travel at the head of the list. j
Aim) then it rime to I i si i ft STI'
s- ? .A
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s I i
ftrTH AVD JO ANV POTTER were in the receiving line
House in honor of their parents by U. Om and .Mrs H W.
Schull. Jr. ; Greeting the two girls are Mr. and
RamboAMr. Rambo is Press Officer of the united States
r information service In Panama.- -
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
OFFICML AND MRS. WISELEY FETED HERE
' The Panama chapler; American Society
rlncira! entertataed last evening at.Tivoli Guest H U
buffet honoring the executive hE?
HftT Mr. William H. Wiseley, his wife and daughter. ., ;
CoLBuMTnold, president .t the local chapter,..nd ;
r-.i r.rKnn.11. vie-nresident. were- among ASCK ot-
flcials welcoming tho guests-
y xhis evening Mr. and Mrs. Carbonnel will entertain at ;
V their Panama heme honot of the Wiseleys. Besides hein
' an ASCE officer, Mr. Carbonnel is president of the Panama
Society o' A'chitMte' ' j
The Afbtrt Llndos 1 '
Inrfiin For Viiitort ;
ii. ,n 1 A!V'ffto undo
, I'., 'n entertained
. rz'. -'.Ji'-rrf.r in hrmor of tlieir l. l' d L. Barnes
Sampselt Guests were Mesdames
K. M. Edwards, G. M. lowe, John
of P. 1 -Kit, L. Biel,,Tl -i Kent,
W. J." Hati
two grand daughters from Holly
Alrs.jCaycault, whose home is in
Lafayette, Louisiana, is visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Schmidt of Ancon, She plans to
stay for four weeks.
The party was also in honor of
Mrs. Mona Brockhume of N e w
-. xt. Vnrfe and London.
yora wiy, ith!ui.. Fi.n. Wr
Los Rios, Canal Zone.
' Mrs. f dward Coycawlt irfy.
sr -I ta t .MjaV4ftMt
Mrs. Edward A. Coycault Jr.,,
the -former Jackie Schmidt 01 me
Canri Zone, was guest of honor
at a luncheon given at the Army
' Navy Club at Fort Amador yester-
vday. -.";. '' '.
Hostesses forthe eteiimwe
Jin. J. F.Hatchett and Mri. Delta
. Hera Ridinf
Visitors to Albrook Air F o r c e
Base or Fort Amador today may
imagine they are viewing a round-un-but
it will only be a half dozen
or so horses trotting to Amador to
' provide rides for the Cub Scouts
a tneir regmar uiccuu. .;
- The horses and their riders were
to be given proper polico; escorts
fo the entire route. Air P o 1 i e e
m f a mat their, at the back gate
tt Albrook and escort them to the
main gate. Canal Zone were to pro provide
vide provide the escort from there to the
- Amador Main gate.where Miuta Miuta-ry
ry Miuta-ry police were to take them to the
area in rearoi m vupra., : ;
: The Cub Scouts were to be given
rides during the. morning, af t e r
which the horseowneri were to re-
trace their trek to the Albrook Rid Riding
ing Riding Stables. The horses were volun-
' teered by the individual owners in
the interest ot scouung.
Family Built On
j Basketball Lines
OAKLAND. Calif. (UP)
George Franklin Gibbs could field
quite a basketball team without.
' even going outside his own fam family.
ily. family. If height were the only con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Gibbs, a patrolmen with the
Transportation Corps Security Pa Patrol
trol Patrol at the Oakland Army Termi Terminal,
nal, Terminal, is only sht feet tall himself.
But his si sons range in height
from six-four to six-eleven and
The near seven-footer is Richard
Gibbs, a Marine stationed at Quan-
tico, V. Next tallest is nx-ten
'Robert, also Is a Marine, based
at Treasure Island, Caul.
Joe Gibbs,' lix-fivej is 'a tailor
staUoned at San Diego, Calif. Both
Norman and Frank Gibbs, who
saw military service during World
war 11, are six-six. -ine "runt"
f (h familv in Jnhn Gibbs. a mes.
H'orld War II army veteran, who' A full program of shore excur-
slandt sixJour. nous will be available.
Miss Elena Cecilia Wong, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mri. Joagum Wong
of Colon left yesterday for a vaca vacation
tion vacation in Miami and Chicago. She
will be gone one and a half months.
- There will be a Shirt Sleeve
Dance at the Army-Navy Club to
Naval Officers' Wives
Mnl At Albraok
The Naval Officers' Wives' Club
held Us rebular meeting on Tues
day at the Albrook Officers' uun.
A delightful luncheon was louowea
by several talks and bridge ana ca canasta:
nasta: canasta: Chaolain C. Best thanked
the naval officers' wives for plac
ing flowers in the chapels e a c n
Sunday, cmdr. H. r. Misoy, jr,
and Lt. (i t.) F. J. Ryan, Jrl. en
listed aid for the sale of Navy Re
lief raffle tickets. '.
The club was happy to welcome
six new members: Mrs. Dorothea
Rodiraan, Mrs. Tina Hamilton,
Mrs. Rebecca Stuart. Mrs. Kris
Veeelahn, and Mrs. Pauline Main.
Attending their last meeting on
the Isthmus were Mrs, Martha
Munroe. Mrs. Elanor Marshall,
Mrs, Ruth Floyd.'and Mrs. Mane
Guests included Mrs.- EUiabeth
Mauterer and Mrs. Mary Boeder Boeder-line,
line, Boeder-line, mother and aunt, respective-l
Iy, of Mrs. Joan Bernard, a no
Miss Joha Brooks and Mrs. Har Harriet
riet Harriet Cain, guests of Mrs. Tess Rob
29-Day Cruise Set
Fcr terclshia' :
The Cunard liner Mauretania Is
scheduled to make a 29-day cruise
to Rio de Janeiro and the West-
Indies, tt was announced today by
G. L. Bowen, general passenger
manager of the Cunard Line In the
U-S, -V-:' (V '?!''
The Mauretania will sail from
New York on Dec. 22 and will call
at ten ports during her U,2W-mile
The Mauretania's visit to Rio de
Janeiro will mark her first call at
this city,' and passengers will have
three days to explore the harbor.
fashionable beaches and nouie
vards. and visit the nieht clubs.
The complete itinerary includes
PorLau-Prince. Curacao. La Guai-
ra, Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, Trini
dad. Barbados. Martinique, m.
Thnrnaa and Nassau.
Christmas-will be celebrated in
Port-au-Prince, and a festive New
Year's Eve party will be held on
board as the Mauretania steams
toward Bahia. Another special fea
ture of the cruise will be t h e
"Crossing the Equator ceremo-
Eatk muc far lachwtoa la thh)
ralaau iImuM tabautteS la tjp
writtca tarn and suite ta aaa af
taa aax aumken Iktad aatlj la -facial
aaa OUhtiwm, ar 4clivarci
by hand la taa atfita. NaUcca ai
ateatinfi taoaat ba accaatad a; lala lala-aana.
St. Peter's Socioty
The regular bi-monthly meeting
of the St. Peter's Mutual Benefit
Society will be held Tuesday night
in the parish' hall of the church
starting at s p.m.
A complete report on a recent
outing to renonome is anticipated
Other matters of major import
ance concerning the welfaare of the
society will also be discussed.
Natural Hillary Society
The 255M meeting of Society will
ne held Wednesday, June 27, at the
Gorgas Memorial Laboratory; Pa
naina City, at 8 p.m. To this meet
ing members may invited prospec
tive members and visitors. 1
The nominating committee has
nominated the present officers to
serve for another term. They are:
. President. C. M. Brand!: Vice-
President, E. B. Stevens; ? Libra
rian. Mrs. Marcella Green.
Other nominations may be made
from the floor when the election is
held at the July meeting. The Sec.
retary-Treasurer is appointed by
the President. ,,
' As speaker for the evening we
are fortunate to have Mr. Muford
Bailey, Refrigeration Engineer
with the Panama Canal Company.
For the past ten years or more Mr.
Bailey baa been interested in the
Indians of Panama, and has spent
considerable time among tnem
Although he is familiar with the
San Bias and Darien areas he has
been more interested in the less ac
cessible Indians of Chirique and
Veraguai. He has probably spent
more time wiu tne uuaymi in
dians than any other white man on
the Isthmus today. His friendly ap approach
proach approach with the Indians has won
for him their friendship and during
his stays with them he has been
allowed to take, many- pictures.
These slides will be used to illus illustrate
trate illustrate his lectnrv
Dues for i year ending
June 30, 1907, may be paid to the
Treasurer before or after the meet-
Plan Will Be Studied
SEATTLE (UP) An M M-month
month M-month study of Washington state's
physician-sponsored medical serv
ice bureau system is being under
taken to determine it it is a model
plan for other states to go by.
The University of Washington's
Institute of Public Affairs is mak making
ing making the study. ',.
Institute officials said the sur survey
vey survey would he financed by a $69, $69,-200
200 $69,-200 grant from the Health Infor
mation Foundation, an organiza organization
tion organization of 200 companies in drug,
chemical and allied industries
Dr. George Shioman. director of
the institute, will be in charge of
the study. r, ;, r
"The Washington pattern was
srlected for the research because
of the distinctive manner in which
it meets the needs of subscribers
for nrenaid medical, surgical and
hospital care while retaining the
generally accynea structure or
nrivira medical nractice." said
George Bugbee. president ef the
Health Information Foundation,
Tt J II
I their favorite fun activity, the ma-'
jonty were strongly in tavor oi.
putting on their dancing shoe; ind
stepping out for an evening of rug
cutting. V ..yt -t .- v ;
How does this consensus affect:
j you men? It's simple. If you want:
the girls you are planning to
marry in June or have already
married to enjoy life, don't forget
a woman s : love, ot travel ana
Vmii. Mas ftf fun maw tA Ainat
, i i I I
evenings ai nome ana yoor iuc -v m ..-. ;
ARRIVING HOME ye:-tetday
RECEPTION FOR GOVERNOR AND MRS. W. E. POTTER given Thureday night. In the ball--
room of the Tivoli Guest Honse by Lt. Gov. a-nd-.Mrs-. H.'W. Schull, Jr. In the receiving line" s
facing the camera, letf to. right; are: L. Gov. Schull, Gov. potter, Mrs. Schull, and Mrs.
Potter. The couple at the right are the United States Ambassador to Panama arid Mrs. Julian f
Fiske Harrington. ?t:--',:'-' ' ' -! r'- '
But don't forget that if the firl' bMrd Ae aWp Satsuma t Maru
... i ..nMn.Ihi; was Dr. Edith Sara;nueta do
snough to let you have your eve-! Jord ?"" Clt-fh-.
lings at home, if shell even go, T tn toyiUtlonal rM?i'ger
riong with ou on your- camming aBhard. the vessel wnu-h was
ioina von miaM rtn vnnr it tni.en its mf.lden voya?. The
see that she gets to do some -of, young Panama doctor traveled traveled-tha
tha traveled-tha thtndt that Mima first with her 1 from Los Aneelfs where she
, Something New: Bulgur Is
Whole s Wheat 0J Many Uses
Everv now and then she may
want to get dressed up and go
dancing. And as a change of pace
now and then she might like te do
a' little traveling instead "f eVt
back year after year, to where the
fish are supposed to be oiling.
Conduct Your Own Pell 1
v'.You might even conduct a little
private poll of your own witn twe
questions: .w .- t
"Honey, if you could go any
where you want to go tbjin vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, where would it be?" ? ; J
And "What would you really
like to do next. Saturday night?
You name it and we u do l
; But if rou get her to wishing,- be
sure you are prepared to try to
Diablo Camera CliA
The 'usual three-week art exhibit
on display at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Centemwill be of
... J . 1.
unusuai interest oecause a roiauon
system will be in effect..;
The endeavors oi the Diablo! gratify the wish
lamcia. viuu, a uyaanuc group Oi
photo enthusiasts, wil be display displayed,
ed, displayed, beginning today, and running
through July 14.
-- .'Si:' .1 ...
The exhibit consisting of 21
prints and one "series" display
has been arranged in cooperation
with the Canst Znna Art Iisha
"fhe work of v club members. LONDON. June 23 (UF1 Chris-
both beginners and advanced, will, topher Lloyd, a 33-yar-old country
be changed constantly during the
was recently awarded sn lion--
orary degree by the university -of
Southern California hi rec recognition
ognition recognition of her work in Cen-
tral America with the Word'
Health Organization. Dr. Sa-i
rasquota de Jordan is a Eock?-;
feller Foundation praduatr in
meflicina; from tho university
.ii of. Toronto in Canada.
Bv CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Pood and Markets Editor
A new whole 'wheat; eacltaaed I.cud bulgur, 1 tablespoon butter,
product, known as "bulgur" wheat.il egg, l smau can tomato sauce,
Dr." Shlpman said the purpose of
the research is to evaluate m oe-
tail the effectiveness of Washing
ton's svstem so .it may be used
as a model for other areas of
the nation. ;
In the survey, the attitudes and
opinions of subscribers and physi physicians
cians physicians will be obtained and the
medical service records and ad
ministration of the -medical serv service
ice service program' will be analyzed, Dr.
..vTTX rLAVC... uut U k. 1 1.' li
i rur, mw peckactd product, excellent inTeu.ei lar cMaarvias.
h.;Ml ?," "B-7'Tr; v y ; ;V
exhibit in order to maintain a sus
tained, interest," said Preston jE.
Minton, chairman of the black and
white prints. "They include p o r r-trnits,
trnits, r-trnits, landscapes, and seascapes.!'
A series display, a ? ston in
pictures of bullfighting, will be fea
tured. The. series in. the result, of
oyuuc,.M i iiuvvai Miaiatct a' lat
est escort, it was disclosed yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. .-,.,
He has been pictured with the
princess for the last three days at
the Ascot' races.
i If -some' of ; a bride's fntnos
want to gWe shewers lor, r.er
she should set a limit ; to the
number to be given. A gvaclo .s
way to do it would :e to-sey tn
some,9f, ilie friendi, "I doii't
want my friends having to fci y
so many shewer nre--ent.,- ii
vjouid voir mina navint scuie
IJovd is a handsome bachelor
tha liiiii-iminaCntf nluMRM m,Bk.iwla finarataa a inonA'apra famitvt
ing 'of Eugene K. Derr; president estate in Berkshire 'serves on thelher kind of party,'
n4 tha niakU rnMa.ik Vl.aW .- I antl liatiiai- AAliflail sinil 4a ran. v ; i1 s
The Diablo Camera Club Is a tarn of the village cricket learn. hi r.vm innms nrSm m ci nu
memr of the Ph?racWe So- was "educated -at Eton and 'Cam-of Tift giving, after they have
cieiy of America, the largest group bridge and was a .caplam In the :! it sler presets for a
of amateur photographers in thei Coldstream Guards during the war. lr..e.
world, and. competes five times
is rich in high quality protein and
has many uses. It is mentioned
in the Bible and has a history
dating back 4,000 years. The new newly
ly newly .perfected process takes white
wheat, remove the outer, bull, re releases
leases releases the starch cells but retains
the wheat-germ together with all
vitamins and minerals.;
The kernels of thu magic wneat
are about the size of a grain of
rice, -and have a rich nutty taste
not unlikerwild ricei TT? -: v. T 3 "",
Bulgur can be used as a cereai
in meat loaves, croquettes, h o t,
puddings and cookies,, in stuffings
and casseroies., u comes in pv-
Magic Wheat and Tune Casserole
One can-tuna- fish (7 ounces),
1 medium onion (grated), ; black
pepper to taste,-. Mi teaspoon salt,
4 cups water,. Y cup milft l
small can green peas. ;
Break up tuna fish in a .casser
ole and season with grated onion,
salt and pepper. Melt butter' in
saucepan' and add to casserole.
Add bulgur, egg, tomato' sauce,
water,, milk, and peas.' Stir well.
Bake in preheated oven (375 de
grees F.) for approximately one one-hour.,
hour., one-hour., (
Bulgur. Pancakes ( Yield r 21 J lnch
. - itakes)
: One. cup cooked bulgur, 1 cup
milk, 2 eggs, 2 teaspoons baking
powder, V teaspoon salt. 2 table
spoons melted nutter, iva c u p a
Combine bulgur, 'salt, milk and
egg" yolks. Stir "in .flour," baking
powder and melted butter. Fold in
stiffly beaten-egg whites. Bake pn
hot greased gnu.
yearly with camera clubs from 45
states.- h J
- A cordial invitation is extended
to military and civilian residents
and their families, of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama,
to attend the exhibition.
The USO-JWB Gallery, located
at the. USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center is open from 9 a m.
to 10 p.m. daily,
Xoyat Flan doe away with
meuy double boilers, hot
vent. W combine the HayoJ
Flan mixtwre with will, Wing
. it te boil, then pour it into
aMldi Four luscious servings
from each package. When
yu stiep-ajfc for Royal Flan.
Wolwari' -r f
aaa araiaTrav a
MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
.'.,.' . 'V. 1 ; j J.,1.1
'. Most of tie people sitting' arpund
u t.M. taaohara Th rest
M MMrliAi- anil IlKA nV-' fit IflO.
hciv a iwiw jiviMi uw r-, -- - ... j .;
" wnai is a- uierapy- iiiu
tion?' -asked the- young, chair.
same. feelings in her at strange to
"It certainly would in a therapy
situation,', said the person in front
chologists, one of whom was cbair-j
.M tk.i- mApbahnn" -' 01-nulV
All wprrt attendinsf an annual Insti
tute' fot Workers In Parent Educa
tion sponsored by the Child wuoy
Association of America and 1' one
was speaking as I slipped in the
VOf course- a parent, who thinks
you nave an ner answers mnacp
yon feel very efficient and pleas pleased
ed pleased with yourself," she admitted.
"But isn't this the very time
when yon are least .helpful? I
mean, I think you have to watch
your need to try-to solve her prob problem
lem problem for her. Otherwise you may
find yourself depending on tne ad
miration of Mhe very parent, you
think- U tpnenilini? on VOU.' .
"So that if you're honest with
vourself. you don't know who- is
There was another silence.
"What kind of problems -can we
be most helpful with?" he asked.
.. ..v. .... i j.-i:f ;ko
- UtiXa: wc cau luvuiu : iriwi
said Fashionable Hat.
"Aren't they apt to be problems
ihar wa have either : worked out
ourselves or are struggling with?"
he asked.- And glancing at nis'
watch; added "We're due for our
As the meeting broke up, t h e
chairman turned, to me. "Did yon
hear anything, of -special value le
parents?" he asked.
'Yes, thank, -ou," J said.-"It is
very valuable te us parents to see
how you have to. struggle for your
answers just as we do."
helping who?" asked the Gun Duel TOUaht
chairman quietly. : :-r . 9
Nobody answered, so ne asaeajn VAAe fhinecA
unhurriedly: "What are some otjwj ; icur wumv-w
the imperfectione that, make a ; w ,,.LT ii ,rn
eood counsellor? r .J lairi-i, imiuiiM, mure m m
8 ie abihty to say W to. a A NaUonaUst Chinse navy patrol
parent who demands too much sup- foughta -minute gun duel early
prt and time from you?", suggest-yesterday "ComiM
S -the .fasbionably-hattod woman WrJW
on his lett. ; ( -,. .;, .. ( "1" ui. i7Z..: T -Tk .m-
Her neighbor lauehed. -lnamieu, wu, uus a. .v.
no jraperiecuuD; a- -).,
he a aid.
".What about the ability to ex express
press express our own imperfect feelings?
asked the chairman. "Does t h e
courage to voice our own uncer uncertainties
tainties uncertainties and discouragements to a
MADISON, Wis. (UP) The
ua lamnrev has caused the loss
of about 11,000,000 pounds of lake;
tmnt nroduction worth $500,000
-f . a J i
annually in uixea niicmgan anu
n.rt mat,. ... a more acceptable Huron, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
counsellor -than a w iresieu u
The USO-JWB Gallery, located '., f f W - f
at the. USO-JWB Armed Forces :
Service Center is open from a.m. V". WWut-KOOP LGftfti.'i
to 10 p.m. daily, r .;- I ,( .1,1 .
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S;:rr.i Oil Still
I t i x a... f e v ud.u Jastry
tie taily 1jJJ:s, is Snil being
we t is a source of illumination
in Kcw England. x
; Herbert C. Darbee, assistant
curator of Old Sturbndge Village,
recreated New England country
;iown of 150 years ago, uses the
lio'iM to demonstrate Yankee
Jsporm oil lamps' during lectures
ton tie early American lighting
"ci.'vieM on display at the village.
, Ta.' e buys the fluid from a
3C3-)' "-old drug firm in the Fan Fan-euil
euil Fan-euil 1 ill section of Boston. It
costs ) cents a pint but sold for
P5 cats a gallon in 1848 on the
-riocks of New Bedford.
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V CASA ZALDO
3 Central in.tt
fv FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Attractive 2-story
; hous. completely furnished and
equipped from July 4th. Thraa
bedroom, two bathrooml, down- ;
Mailt cloakroom. Phone 3-4973.
. FOR RENT. Modtra chalat: 3
' fctdraami, living tt dining roam,
2 perchai, Urj kitchtn. kath kath-:
: kath-: nam, hat watar, maid'i ream
with bath, laauira Via Parrat
FOR RENT: Baautiful aaw
chalat in front at Lo Angtloa.
Thraa kadroemi, two bathraomi,
liring-dininf room, kitchan and
' f arag. From July I aa. Fhorta
3-3904 aa Sunday naming.
FOR RENT; Modam 3-badroora
chalat: furniahad at unfurnbhad,
dining-living room, autiido tar-
. raca, kitchan, garaga. Altamira.
' naar Golf Club. Phona 3-3226.
FOR RENT. Golf Height! chal chalat,
at, chalat, cbmfortabla, j a a t paintad.
Nico surroundingi. Phono Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-5329.
. FOR RENT. la th bait taction
:af Jaia Franciic da la Oua Ayo Ayo-mut,
mut, Ayo-mut, carnar of Mariana Areaa-
, nana and "Fv Straata, commar commar-cial
cial commar-cial lita 500 iquara matart In
building ta ba camplarad toon.
Amplo parking tpaca. For Infor Information
mation Information Phana 3-2727 from 2 ta
FOR RENT: Big commercial
aite'o Jutte Arotamana Ava. in
front Marl Inmaculada Collage,
$150. Call Vallarino, Phono 3 3-0191
0191 3-0191 and 3-1477.
, cooking. 2I4.R Darion Plaa.
'Ancan y (near; Gorgai) Phona
WILLIAM H. WISELEY, executive secretary of the American
Society of CUyll Engineers who is making a short visit to the
Isthmus, saw.for himself yesterday h6w ships are put through
Miraflores Locks. Left to right are; Wiseley, Mrs. Wiseley, Ed Edward
ward Edward M. Browder, Jr., assistant director of the Engineering and
Construction Bureau and a member of the Panama Chapter of
the ASCE, Mrs. Joseph Cooke, Ens. Edward Browder who has
Just returned from Navy duty In the Pacific and Is here on a
' short leave, and Miss Wiseley.
Steel Strike ; Frightens
Labor, Unions Workers
New "york, june 23 (VP) U
nited States Steel Corp.. announc announced
ed announced yesterday that unless there is a
break In the contract deadlock
with the steelworkers union steel
mills will begin shutting down next
weonesaay in anticipation of : a
strike by 650,000 workers at the end ;
of the week.
Other companies were exnected
iu iunow me ieaa oi Dig s t e e i
which during a break in the con contract
tract contract negotiations yesterday accus accused
ed accused the United Steel Workers union
of hamstringing the talks.
The negotiators met for t w o
hours yesterday and then recess recessed
ed recessed until tomorrow. A union spokes spokesman
man spokesman said there had been "no prog progress.'"..'':;
ress.'"..'':; progress.'"..'':; .: y.,;: ". : )
Current contracts expire at mid midnight
night midnight June 30, and the union has
sent instructions to its members to
prepare for a strike.
A strike not only would cast a
depression-like gloom on steel
towns across the nation, nt
. would affect other phases of eco
nimic life. Merchants reported
that sleelworker families aires
dy were slashing expenditures
At Gary. Ind.. merchants rterlar-
ed a moratorium on credit buying.
In New York, stock market caution
reflected the darkening outlook for statement that the USW is not
steel labor peace. Steel shares. "strike-happy," said "It is the u u-backed
backed u-backed down. Bethlehem, up more'nion that calls strikes, not the com-j
man a poms in eariy iraaing. lost
all its gam. Armco and Youngs-lin
Meet and Tube fell about a
point, and U.S.
Steel was down
LOURDES PHARMACY. ;
- US La CatraaegiU
. Ma. M V Street
' Kk u Jury At. 1 St.
FOR SALE. 1951 Pontiac 2.
door tedan, 'exceptional condi condition,
tion, condition, leaded with extras. 31,000
miles, bow tires. Mutt be seen
to ba appreciated. 2507-O, Co Co-cali.
cali. Co-cali. Phana 4-306. :
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
"210' 4-door tedan, 14,000
miles, ana owner; excellent con-.
dition. waw, power glide. Will
accept reaionable offer. Call Co Coca
ca Coca Sola 301..
FOR SALE: 194T Plymouth,,
good condition, priced to tell.
Phone Gambaa 6-117.
FOR SALE: Ute 1950 Ford
Station Wagon, overdrive.-radio,
low mileage, top condition. Re Recent
cent Recent engine job, rocapt and new
battery, $795 or beat offer. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Quarry Height! 5171.
FOR SALE. 1950 luick four four-doer
doer four-doer tedan, good rubber, good
mechanical condition. Price:
$425. Phono Ft. Gulick SS-273.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
' BelAir two-doer Sportt Coupe.
$600 down. Balboa 2-6454 day daytime,
time, daytime, Balboa 2-4297 after 4:30.
FOR SALE. 1947 Packard so so-dan.
dan. so-dan. clean Interior, aaad fundi..
, lion, $200. Phone Diablo Hgta.
s. FOR SALE: '47 Ford Club
Coupe in good condition U.S.
$230., Call Mr. Rock or Ger Ger-hardt.
hardt. Ger-hardt. Hotel Colon, Phone .2 .2-0770,
0770, .2-0770, Apt. 34 or 35 Ponama,
WANTED: Radio technician.:.
Mutt have experience, good ref references,
erences, references, apeak Engliah and Span-
hh correctly and have driver's
liceni. ILGA, Peru Ave. No,.
fraction." . "'
The seriousness- of the contract
deadlock was -emphasized in. a
statement by John A. Stephens,
vice president and chief negotiator
ior aieeu tie cnargea ue u-
nion With rpfiiKina' ta hnrasm nn
five year no strike offer "because
they do not want five years of la
the steel industry.
He denied the anion charee
that the nation's major steel
companies have entred into a
"conspiracy" to force the uhloa
to accept their offer. He said the
companies must cooperate with
. each other and stick together to
protect themselves against "the
welknowa union Vhipsawing'
' The companies said their offer
includes a package increase of
more than 65 cents an hour over
the life of the contract,; including
a direct wage. increase averaging
7.3 cents each year and 53 weeks
ot layon pay. :
The union has denounced the of offer
fer offer as "shockingly inapt," and
"shameful" in a year of record
Union and management forces
arnifiMt aiarh nther nf hrinffrntf nn
I annual crises in the steel industry.
'stonhon rnmmpntirxr no a union
pames." He blamed uie wautouts
1946. 1949, 1952 and 1955 on the
union and said "It is threat
do the san thing again this year.
' ( la
OF OUR AGENTS
Aa. TtveB X. 4
.FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
la) Central Ave.
14 Central Avoaaa
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS i
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
DR. WENDEHAKI Medical Clin Clin-ic.Day
ic.Day Clin-ic.Day and Night Service. Oppo Oppo-aite
aite Oppo-aite Chaae Bank. Phone 2-3479
Watt Bank Ladies: Expert beauty
aervico,.. Stateside liceatad op- ;
era ton... Genell't Beauty Shop,
Cocoli Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
Own your own business in Florida
r the U.S. National chain af
juick service .laundries bat sev several
eral several locations available in choice
Florida townt. An investment af :
$3500.00 will open your very
awn laundry equipped with Men- ;
arch waihenand dryera. For fur- ''
ther information, write to form- 1
or Zenian; John A. Alexander, i
Monarch Laundry Machinery 1
Corporation, Box 620, Fort Lau-1
FOR SALE: Upright plana, ideal
far bar or playroom. May be
can at 2507-0, Cocoli. Phone
POR SALE: Native saddle
horse, better than average, geld gelded.
ed. gelded. Phona Balboa 3373.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Station Wagon; light plant "O "O-nan,"
nan," "O-nan," 110-220 volts, 60-cycle,
1-2 or 3 phase; 12Vi-foot
molded plywood boat, 7Vi-hp
outboard motor; electric ironer.
Haute 146 Gamboa, CZ
FOR SALEr Two 25-cycla 16"
fans; model BU Necchi tewing
machine; 25-cycla train trant-
, former; Hallicrafter radio; 2
Venetian blinda'39"x60". Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Navy 2520. .. ;
,VANDA ORCHID Plants (Baby
Orchids). Many varieties of exo exotic
tic exotic plants. I have too many and
can't give them the proper care.
1539-B Minga Street, Balboa.
John Stanford Skinner;
FOR SALE National radio re receiver;
ceiver; receiver; model NC-125, separate
loudspeaker, matching cabinet;
1 rifleman's coat, preshaped el elbow
bow elbow pads, sisa 38. 83-5126.
FOR SALE-Hi-Fj 60-cyce with
racerde $35; bay's bicycle 20"
$20; lawn twingt $10; tricycle
$3; scooter $2; barbecue $10.
Call Curundu 5100, house 569 569-B,
B, 569-B, Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: Combination radio
A.M. F.M. shortwave, phono phonograph
graph phonograph 3 -speed, 1-hour wire re recorder
corder recorder with automatic timing
clock $135. Best buy in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Phono 3-6792.
WASmNfiTnW : tn a.
American priest-scientist plans to
trek thrnilffh thm has-f f L..J
- O ...... VI. UC,U
Hunting country, where no-white
man uas ever venturea, to study
- .ivm ui .new vuinea pygmies
The Cathnll 1
Of America annminpixl that k
I Rev. Dt JUartin Gusinde, S.V.D.
proiessor ? of anthropology, will
ipena uu summer momns -among
the little people. He's making the
uiu, Buuiiaurafi iit in. .murioaii
Philiosonhical Societv. at thA in
vuaioa oi ue Australian govern.
menu v -
To retch fh tsn1frT nvomt.i
the scientist, who is in his late
sixues, wui nave to make a rig rigorous
orous rigorous trin. Wh evriArta t moil-
four or five rlava thmnirh ftti tin.
explored, unmapped mountainous
I area mnapiiea oy nands of head
numers in noruieastern N e w
Guinea. Sorrin nativn Pannana -a
Ifriendl people living near the
sea, wui accompany mm.
The university said Dr. Gusinde
will investigate the racial type
of the people as well as their
economy, sociology and language.
He is especially interested, in
learning whethe, environment or
heredity causes their short stat stature.
ure. stature. Since the pygmies are agri agriculturists,
culturists, agriculturists, the scientist thinks this
suggests that they : may not be
racial pygmies. They might ; be
descendants of normal-sized men
who once lived near sea level and
whose bodily size has been re
duced over many generations be because
cause because of environmental condi
Dr. Gusinde Droved this to be
the case in his investigation of the
Yupa tribes in the mountains of
Venzuela in 1954. These people,
long considered to be racial pyg pygmies,
mies, pygmies, actually had become stunt
ed because of poor living condi-!
tinna TIia lmninn PhilACArthiral t
Society is publishing a report on
Under better living conditions.
I pygmies like the Yupas attain
normal height in two or three gen generations.
erations. generations. v
OR OUR OFFICES
ATTENTION & LI Jut built
modern furnished apart ma art, 1,
2 badrooatt, hot, cold w a t a a
Phone Panaata 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment! $40
and $25. Jete Agustiu Arange
Street 501 0-A. Inquire tame
address. Apt. 12 er,7th Street
Na. 3, Para.ua Lafevre.
FOR RENTFurnithed modern
; apartments, tcretned, impacted,
ana and twa badrooms. Call 2-
3065. ': : ..-:
FOR RENT Bait located one one-room
room one-room furniahad apartment. Clean
and Independent. 43rd Street
No. 13. -ww
FOR RENT: Furnithad, intpect intpect-ad,
ad, intpect-ad, two-bedroom apartment, hot -water,
excellent location, ana
couple $80; two couplet $110.
82 Via Porrat, Phona Panama
FOR RENT.- Furniihad 2 and 1
bedroom apertmentt on' the
main. Call 3-4811 between 7-9
a.m., 4-6 p.m.
FOR RENT? Furniihad and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment! available.
Contact Alhambra Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, excellent location,' "De "De-veaux"
veaux" "De-veaux" Building, facing "Hotel
Panama," Cangrejo. Hot wafer. ;
garaga. Also office apace. Call
3-5692. Apply at 2034 7a. Ave. -Etpaiia
FOR RENT- Furnished .apart-
ment, tuitable for two couplet,
hat kitchen and bath between
bedroom and it Army inspect-
ed. Alio storage apace tuitable
. for thop or storage, Na. 63 4th
af July Ave. Sea janrtor Powell
at above addrott or phone Hop-
kint, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT. Unfumiihad two two-'
' two-' bedroom apartment, living room,
. kitchen, San Francitce. Phona
1464 BaSbea. ; - i
; FOR RENTModent two-bed- -room
apartment, perch, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid'i and laundry
room, screened, hot water. For
further detail pleas call 3 3-4946.
4946. 3-4946. 3-6737 :
FOR RENT 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Via Porrat, Phona 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-"
" apart-" ment $50. North American neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, frequent bus transportation.
Phone 3-0471. : ;,'-t,
FOR RENT: Nicely furnbhed
apartment including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-dining room, bad bad-room,
room, bad-room, kitchan, sanitary conveni conveni-encet,
encet, conveni-encet, tlied, screened, $55. Ap Apply
ply Apply 112 Via Belisaria Porrat,
naar SAS Star. ..v -' .' -L-
FOR RENT. Two-badraom, 2 2-bath
bath 2-bath apartment. Pleasant tur tur-roundings.
roundings. tur-roundings. Hot water, garaga.
El Cangrejo taction. Call 2-0321
'Office hour. ..;;;-... -.(i .. ..-vf-
' FOR RENTr Luxuriout fumbh fumbh-'
' fumbh-' ad apartment overlooking Pana Panama
ma Panama Bay: 3 bedrooms, t2 baths,'
large terrace, living room, dining
room, maid'a room with bath.
' Phona 2-2215 Panama '.from
Monday to Wednesday from 9
aJ. -ta. rp.n, ,;:,!...'...,.: i.-.,:
FOR RENT:3 modern apart apart-mentt
mentt apart-mentt in EL Cangreja, Calle A
' No. 17: wall ventilated, large i
poKhes, living room, dining
room, two 'bedrooms, bathroom,
kitchen, all acreened, garage.
laundry facilities for each apart apartment,
ment, apartment, with maid's room and bath
urn floor, hot water through throughout,
out, throughout, water beater tumhhed.
''. FOR RENT1- Fumhhed or un un-:
: un-: furnished. 1 -bedroom apartment,,
garage. 168 Via BaUsarie Porrat.
FOR RENT: Army Inspected
fumbhed I -bedroom apartmant
with kitchenettes aofrlgaralor. aofrlgaralor.-Acrott
Acrott aofrlgaralor.-Acrott busstop. 17-18 4th of
July Ava. Phone 2-5133.
FOR RENT : Furnbhed nice a-
partment, stova, Friqidaka, gat
included. Bedroom, living room,
v kitchen, t bathroom, Phana .3-
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished
-1 -bedroom apartment an Ave. ';
Peru, facing the park. Phona 3-
3099 ar 3-0746. i f
RR Vet Awarded
GHANTV WAPrhci Vuu rrm
Lonard P. Brown, 85, is one of
the first men in Mstnrv fk
nation's oldest railroad union to
receive a badge of merit for 50
years' membership. ; t
Brown, who retired from the
Chesapeake 4 Ohio Railroad in
1939. became a member of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi Engineers
neers Engineers in 1906, 13 years after he
went to work for the railroad.
Since a railroad man starts out in
lower positions and gradually
moves up to become engineer, it
la ..aMam k man Im m t. t
jo ai:iuviii a ilia,, ,a 1 IIICI11UCI7 Ull
the BL for half a century. I
AT, 57 "HM STREET, PANAMA
J. fca, 4a la On At. Ha. 41
' FOTO DOMY
Ma Awniiaa At. aa 8 M.
. ; H Street Jle. at
f FOB CAI J- 'l
- cpw-eaaaa. viwttwaj tTtfln Vfjjainy ;
living room suit 4 pes. $40;'
mahogany bod stand, tpring, cot cot-ten
ten cot-ten mattrot $40. Balboa 2-
FOR SALE: Owner going ta
States, 3-piece dining tet with
4 chairs, end tables, Bendix
washer. Phona 211959, 8 a.m. a.m.-4
4 a.m.-4 p.m., weekdays.
FOR SALE. Norge electric stove
60-eycle $50; Wettinghouso au automatic
tomatic automatic wathing machine and
Hotpoint dryer 60-cycle $150;
upright piano, good condition,
excellent tone $250, Call Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 5286.
FOR SALE: 60 -cycle G.E.
wringer wathing machine, pump,
timer. Very good condition $75.
Call Albrook 86-6202.-
FOR SALE. 9-pioce mahogany
dining room tuite, 5-pioce Rat Rattan
tan Rattan living room nit. Rousseau,
Apt R-I6-C, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 5-piece
dinette tet, melamtte ft chrome,
cherry red ft pearl gray color;
alia rabbit with cag. 2233 Carr
FOR SALE .Refrigerator, cu.
ft., 25-cvcle, $25. Balboa 2 2-4271,
4271, 2-4271, 2-4240 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE. Mahogaay fining
room sat, vary good condition.!'
Ho. 54 at 50th Street in front
af El Baturra.
FOR SALE: Best offer, ma ma-;
; ma-; Jiogany bed, chroma dinette set,
miscellaneous items. 16-B, Coco
FOR SALE: G.E. wringer type
washing machine, pump, timer,
60-cycle, Very good condition.
Reasonable. Albrook 86-6202.
FOR SALE: 60-cycl -ft.
General Electric refrigerator, per perfect
fect perfect condition. House 0433. Apt.
Jy Ancon, after 4 p.m. Monday.
FOR JALE: Weatinghouaa re re-f
f re-f rigtrator 9x 1 0, 25-cvcle, price
$100. At homd Saturday and
Sunday 12 noon till 6 p.m. Houi
784-B, Tavernilla Street, Balboa.
b Belntt Enlsraed
. STANFORD, Calif. (UP)
sianiora university recently an announced
nounced announced that the underground
radiation vault for its Mark IV
linear accelerator will he nirH
to accommodate ; a new control
noara to facilitate its future use
for radiation therapy of cancer
and Other rliaeasea
The Mark IV accelerator, a 20-
ioo. maenrne wnicn generates 80, 80,-000,000
000,000 80,-000,000 electron volts, is housed in
the microwave laboratory on the
campus. .'".-' ....,..."-. -.' ...
The. vault enlargement is a gift
from A. J. Thille Fund for Medi Medical
cal Medical Physic : Research. F.nlaroe.
ment and new equipment will cost
an estimated siz.ouu, tne same
amount as a prior gift by the
tame rlnnnr whirh finanoerl th-
construction of the vault two
years ago. .
Away To Greece, 23
US Students Study
ITHACA," N. Y. -(UP)- Twen-ty-three
Cornell University stu students
dents students will go to Greece this
summer to help in the construc construction
tion construction of a new Cornell building on
the American Farm School cam campus
pus campus at Thessalonika.
The group, sponsored locally by
Cornell United Religious Work
the university's interfaith religious
association, will fly from New
York on June 17, and will work
on the new Farm School residence
and conference hall from July 6
to Aug. 14, joining with students
from European and Middle East
ern universities and colleges in
The American Farm School is a
four-year agricultural college,
founded in 1904 by an American
missionary, ut. James House.
The new building is expected to
provide living quarters for single
faculty members and conference
rooms for the school.
Easi:r Jobs I!o
Sure Gusrsnfee ;
EAST LANSING. Mich. (UP)
Making an industrial job easier
won i guarantee increased effici.
ency and may lessen the work worker's
er's worker's interest, according to Dr. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Jennings, associate profes professor
sor professor of management at Michigan
The way a worker moves his
body on his job can mean the dif difference
ference difference between liking and dis
liking bis work, Jennings said.
A time study engineer mav be
able, to decrease the amount of
effort the worker uses on a job,
but the worker's satisfaction is
lessened also. r
Jennings said engineers should
be aware that work which has
more diversified motions is more
satisfying than work that does
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parto Ltftvia T Street
Via rami Ul
:Vv. ." Via baaia Av. -:'
Spad your week ends at Ria
Mar, the bat bathing beach in
th Republic, with all conve convenience.
nience. convenience. Moderate prices. The
aw management it anxiaut to
serve you. ;
PHILLIPS Oceeaside Cottage.
Santa Oars. Baa 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673. "-
FOSTER S COTTAGES sad large
teach, hause. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable home.
Phona Thompson Balboa 1772.
Wanted to Buy
v WANTED TO BUY: Mintoa
nine, Virginia pattern, cups and
tsucora. Phono Cristobal 3-2847.
WANTED TO BUY OR RENT:
Dark tpring coat, size 20. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-3423.
Civil Defenders i
Getting A Boost
' Fl.TNT Mint, rm
.v. mm V1VU
UefenSR nfflmal. hi.. ..... l :
- utiui,. ume unmg up recruits
a,.u-weeK course in "neavy"
rescue trainintr V.iaM m..
needed for an effective class but
uaiy.su snowed up.
- vvtuiucicu a uau
domng the course but decided to
IWineirf AMrl ak-
give it one more try after a series
of three tornadoes struck 'in west
t orty men reported.
MERITORIOUS CIVILIAN SERVICE decorations were conferred
upon two officials Of the Civilian Personnel Division at a' re recent
cent recent award ceremony held at Corozal iThls is the highest de decoration
coration decoration that can be conferred upon a civilian employe of the
Army by the commanding general. United States Army Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. The recipients of the decoration were Carl A. Widell,
civilian personnel officer, on whose lapel CoL William N. Horn Horn-ish,
ish, Horn-ish, Adjutant General,, is pinning the award emblem, and at
. Widell'B right, James OTtorke. .
FAST FREIGHT AND
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "CUZCO" .......... i
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON.
' HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA, SPAIN AND FRANCE
M.V. "REINA DEL FACIFICO" (18,000 Tens) ..i.Jnly 28
,TO UNITED KINDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA. -;
TRINIDAD, SPAIN AND FRANCE v ;
8.S. "RELNA DEL MAR" WjOS Tons.) f i :
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "POTOSr .....r......,.July 6
S.S. "PIZARRO" ...jV.-. ..July
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND
. AMERICA LINE ':
x TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DUrVENDYK .,
S.S. "LOCH GOWAN"
S.S. "ABBEDYK" ......
C m mw nin t .
wva uanin : ...........
All Sailing Subject to Change Withoot.Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co Cristobal TeL: 16545
FORD CO. INC.
12 WORDS i
FOR RENT (
FOR RENT: Campa Alegre,
nicely furniahad room with pri private
vate private bath and meals, for (hotter
ar longer periods. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room, independent entrance, aa
ly bachelor. Via Perras, 46.
Kirfiy Mm bliavs
Speeding Of Stork
mni HARBOR, Mich.
(UP) A loo.mile-an-hour raca
with, the stork cost James WinoV
mon 125 hut the vmrof Kariafi
judge chipped in $5 to help tb
ucw lamer pay juxme-';
mon racing along between 90 and
iuo mpn, discovered his destins destins-tion
tion destins-tion and escorted him to the hot
Five minutes after checking in,'
Mrs. Windmon presented her hus husband
band husband i with their fifth child and
police presented him with a ticket
for speeding. j
When word got around that
Windmon wag our of work, a
group of Benton Harbor men
chipped in $1 apiece to start s
fund for him.-.
Municipal Judge Webster Ster
ling heard of the fund and sent
along a check for $5 with this
"As a judge I had to fine Jamei
Windmon, but as a private citi citizen
zen citizen I can certainly give him
1 : (U.s. Army Flioto)
ROYAL CTIARTER 1840)
...... July 7
.,........;.. ...Jane 25
Ave. Pern No. 55 TeL S-1257S
Term. Bldg. TeL M905
id .I i -I i. i
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-i Close-
Hps' and ; Longshots:; The peace
?. treaty signed by the Andrews MS
It's Ike And Nixon,
Says GOP Chief;
Langlie To Keynote
WASHINGTON. June 23 (UP)
Republican National Chairman Leo
nard W. Hall said today he hasn't
the "slightest doubt" President Ei
senhower will be the GOP presi presidential
dential presidential nominee In November.
He made the statement after
the COP National Convention ar-
rangements committee met here
and chose Gov. Arthur B. Langlie -of
Washington as convention key keynote
note keynote speaker. House, Republican
Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr. was
named to his fifth consecutive
role as permanent chairman.
The convention convenes In San
Francisco Aug. 20. : s
Senate GOP Leader William F.
Knowland was designated tempor temporary
ary temporary chairman-the man who con convenes
venes convenes the convention and ir in
charge until the permanent chair
man takes over.
. Hall told reporters at a news
conference that he has had no a candidate for reelection. Lane
fresh word from Mr. Eisenhower! lie is a candidate for the. Senate
on his availability since his June seat now held by Sen. Warren G
9 ileitis operation. But we cor
campaign.. "! think you're going
to see the greatest campaign the
Republican party ever nut on in its
history,", he added. ....
Asked u fie thinks Mr, Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower should reaffirm his willing willingness
ness willingness to run, Han said he would ex.
press. no-, opinion, A white House
official has told the United Press
the President is expected to make
an- announcement on this subject
neiween Jury 4 ana 25.
Asked if he has any faint doubts
about the chief executive's avad-
ability, Hall replied: ."Not in the
slightest." ; 4
Hall said the 55-year-old leng.
Jie, whom, he described as still
a young man, is the nation's
senior Republican governor and
chairman of 'the National Gov
mors Conference.- '
Another official named today
was Sen. Scott Bush of 'Connecti
cut to be chairman of the resolu resolutions
tions resolutions committee which, will draft
the 1956 GOP platform. Bush is
C ItH Vt M hnln. IM.
NEW YORK -UP) If y
like to drive in convertibles hu.
can't stand getting your hair wind
blown, a new "draft-shield" might
be just the thing. The device is
simply a second windshield behind
the driver's .seat that spans the
width of the car and prevents a
backdraft. The shield is made of
transparent, heavy-gauge plastic,
and can be installed in a few sec
onds, the maker says.' (Progress
Unlimited, Inc., New York
36, N, Y.)
Special sen-ices will be h
be Bethel Mission Church c.
he day tomorrow.
Different speakers have c r
chosen for all services: Albert L ;
it the 11 a.m. service, assist;
mperintendent Millicent Ogarro ;
J p.m., and Deacon Cleopha C
Clarke at 7:15 p.m. with a B V
quiz conducted by Mrs. W,
It's" not only "HigB Society"" for:
Bing Crosby but a higher bracket.
The Groaner will ; collect 5 per
.va ofioi- b inn a nnH hitirr nro-cent, of the world-wide cross on the
tfessional. Reparation remember sIfilm i in .which he co-stars with
told' yon Jtr would happen montnsiwace ncuy ana rrann oinaira.
acof will- launch7 i triple-bar.The pefcentape is against a mini-
rrlrfl ; warblihe-'comeback nmhtlmum gM' e of $.00,ono
; clui .. i v' series and a i.im'biug i.im'biug-'
' i.im'biug-' raphy.-. The movie will blend Hie
f singing. voices of Patti, Maxine
! and. La Verne: with three big-name
' film stirs to impersonate them on
the .screen. ; y-
.: Bob Hop is slated to land Kim
; Nevak as his leading' lady in
"Beau James," the- Jimmy Walk Walk-1
1 Walk-1 er biography next ort his film
.: schedule. f ''""'j '-'.i V j
" Sheree North has a voice dou-blet-Eileen
Wilson for her warb warb-lmg'
lmg' warb-lmg' in 'The Best Things in Life
' Are Free;? But unlike most "sing "sing-f
f "sing-f ing" atars. Sheree'a insisting the
studid; give Eileen acreen credit
, i Jack- Benny may do a yearly
jcana Hotel in Vegasrat $50,000 a
week. v.,v,.. Now ,. It's Paramount
studying old film in its vaults for
' possible sale .' of 700 flickers
Joff Donnell hasn't changed her
.1 -1 JL.mu1...'1Ua Daw
mina auoui murauK uv
7 That -reported reconciliation on a
. mnvM location was a cress agent's
- dream. i Red Skelton's' talking
shout a fnll-leneth movie featur-
Ine his Freddie the Freeloader,
chairman noted that since Mr.
Eisenhower announced his willing willingness
ness willingness to run last Feb. 29 millions
of Americans have indicated ap
proval by their votes in primary
elections. ; :.':i
"I repeat that you can paste
the names 'of Elsenhower and
Nixon m your hats as the hom
inees," he said." '''T'1' 4
1 Vice President Richard N. Nix Nixon
on Nixon also has announced his willing
ness to seek reelection and has
won the; President's endorsement.
- Asked if he expects a contest ov
en Nixon, Hall replied, ''None is in
He said the Republicans will
take nothing for granted in the 1958!
Hall said the names of all con
vention officials were discussed
with Mr. Eisenhower before his re recent
cent recent illness.
Other convention officials an
nounced today are Mrs. Gladys E.
Knowles, Billings, Mont.t secreta
ry; B. Walter Swan, Chicago, ser.
geam-at-arms; Jerome G. Taylor
of Tennessee and Howard O. Cou
sins of Maine, chief assistant ser
Igeants-'st-arms; Rep. Katherine St !ny. Tito-style broadening of free
ueorge oi new xorx, paruamen ruom u.lts own ranks.
Not M 1 hi Script: The "retired"
Betty Hutlon -about her movie
comeback sin f Spring Reunioa":
"I've .been a way : long enough.
When I quit. I'd had it with TV
spectaculars and anyway ; I was
getting .married,'.' t
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, Mrs.
Jones: Esteiua. the warbler, has
something to remind her of ex
hubby Grant Withers, whom she's
trying -to forget.. She drew auto
license plates,, with his initials!
David Wayne leaves on the
makeup after ths closing of his
Broadway play hit, "The Ponderi
Heart." He's slated for more mov
ies in Hollywood.. No more cig-
NEW YORK-(UP) The Na
tional Federation of Music Clubs
has granted two three-year schol
arships -m strings this year in
stead of the usual one. The reason
was that the annua, contest
turned up two young players so
nearly equal in promise that there
was no choosing between them.
Tm so glad you brought little JoeyV. Sweetie Pie'e
alwtyt asking about Mm!" 1
A new game ealled "Grand
Prix" gives you a chance to race
sports cars around s 1 table-top
track. Up to 12 players each have
a tiny die-cast car and draw cards!
to delermme the car t progress
around the track. Some cards tell
the player his buggy failed to
negotiate a curve or that be must
return -to the "pit" for repairs.
Judgment as well as chance fig
ure in the outcome.. (Wrigh (Wrigh-Mudge
Mudge (Wrigh-Mudge Enterprises, Fair field,
Conn.) ".. .... ;..' .. .. :
' The utility lantern now boasts I
battery with four times the life of
the ordinary lantern batery: The
battery case for the. new -''Radar-Lamp"
incorporates two standard
six-volt lantern batteries attached
to the lantern light-head by sim simple
ple simple insulated screw caps.' To con connect
nect connect the battery pack to the lan lantern
tern lantern all you do is tighten the
-The lantern is desiged for fish
erman, campers and other outdoor
sportsmen, but can also be used as I
a nome emergency ugnt or m auto
repairs at night. Burgess Battery
Co., Freeport, 111.)
Tomorrow At SDA ;
Cristobal Church i
The Missionary Volunteer Socie
ty of the Cristobal English-speak-in?
Seventh-Day Adventist Church
wilt sponsor a program-service to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7:15 pjn.
Three youthful speakers hive
been appointed to speak on the sub subject,
ject, subject, "One Way Out."
French Reds Backtrack; Welcome
Yugoslavia Back Into Communism
PARIS, June, 23 (UP) Rank-ding revolt by splinter groups de-
and-file members of France's tight
ly-disciplined Communist Party
swallowed a bitter pill today and
welcomed Titoist Yugoslavia hack
into international Communism.
But the French Reds declined,
at least temporarily, to undergo a-
tarian), Lehr Fess of Ohio, assist
ant parliamentarian and Lyle Soa
der of Illinois,, reading clerk.,
manding more freedom within the
Plastic lampshades .have been
introduced with the stained glass
look of church windows. The Bake Bake-lite
lite Bake-lite shade's,' which reproduce such
scenes ; as the Resurrectidn and
Nativity, come laced to heavy wire
frames and are printed by a proc
ess using 10 colors. (Samuel Or
kin, New York 38, N. Y.)
They arc Joanne Cohen of Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Heida Wayne of Boise,
Ida. Both are high school seniors
and both will spend three years
at the Peabody Conservatory of
If ....' .nil. .u n n4
. j music wuu igiuuii, twui muu
arets, medics say, so Jerry Lewisli..,. Mid v v; v ; t
is .'smoking 'a pipe;. He's -tewediT!,.wW' inr-1
up six of 'em in 1 1 week. Holly- 80, t0ther winner
wwu umc-uu.c us mt year's aUotment of federa
ta. has checked her skates lor a
straight acting career.. She's star-
ring in new play, "Sight Un Unseen,"
seen," Unseen," in England.;, ''V
"Romance on the High Seas" is
tion scholarships. She is Barbara
Shook, 14, who has been studying
the violin : since she was three.
Her scholarship will pay tuition in
a music school.
Philadelphia's famous Robin
To Co Cis:rv:d; 'i
Commemorating the feat of the
Nativity of St. John the Baptist.
choral Eucharist will be clebrated
at St. Peter's Church in La Boca
tomorrow morning, commencing
at 10:30, in addition to regular ac activities
tivities activities throughout the day, .
Tn Mnn(inn Ivith th a ltiii.,.k'a
patronal festival, the Choir Guild' resolution that the party was rea
The 80-member French Commu
nist Party Central Committee pub
lished the declaration last night
after a day long meeting.
Few European parties have been
as outspoken in their, denuncia denunciation
tion denunciation of Titoism as the French Reds.
The men who. led the anti-Tito
campaign in the party were exact
ly the same ones who embraced
him as the prodigal son returned
Tito's' one-time French Red ene
mies "rejoiced at the happy for.
tune" that brought Tito hack Into
the fold on his recent trip to Mos
cow, although Tito had admitted to
no oast sins on his Dart. ' M
There was no Indication in tne
nonnpaaan a o
SIN-SATIONAL DOUBLE FEATURE
. NOW PLAYING
For Adults Only!
will hold a party next Thursday
night in the parish hall. Amons the
special guests will be representa
tives from other parochial organi organizations.
zations. organizations. - :-
On Friday; St. Peter's Dsy, ob
servance of the patronal festival
will begin with a celebration the
Holy Communion at 9 a.m. by the
Rev. John Spear, priest in charge.
Parishioners have been invittd by
the Woman's Auxiliary to attend a
reception after evensong 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Henry A. Blake of
Christ Church. Colon, will be quest
preacher at this service.
dy to apply a similar welcome to
the hundreds of influential French
Reds who ditched the party be because
cause because of its previous anti-T i 1 0
The declaration also indicated the
French Communists are bent on
staving closer to Moscow than I-
taiian and hritish Reds.
The central committee gave its
present party policy a vote of con confidence
fidence confidence and announced complete
backing of secretary general Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Thores.
The support for Thorn obvious obviously,
ly, obviously, was aimed at stopping a bud-
u TIMOTHY IHMU
iwa e wirvwwewwwtr- wmm
FLO ASH "5-
a a o
due. for reissue but with S neW,TInnrf ripll in Fairmimt Perk hit
scharacter.-.i : MoUy Bee ot Ten- tme, -irs wagicr ana top Billing had-. considerable face-lifting,
nessee, r.rnie n snow uu ii. -r. ; uui u auu u a oeu, ana mere we
Pncon on of agent Jerry Rosen,, billing after .Jack Carson,- Jams' annual aeries of onen-air summer
raigo ana won uirgnj mm .onceit opeD June 18, W1U U-
mm was first reieasea in itw. .igene Ormandy conductuie and
There .'will be some blushes fori pjamEt" Rudolf Serkin ac soloist,'
Grace Kelly and her family' in! ,,...H"
Ethel Merman's new sroaawayi The seats used to be placed on
show, "Happy Hunting." A Phlla- MCB bank of tgully or dell,, with
ar near the engagement ring pla
in.i .Roh Mitchum's sister.
Julie. has .given up night club
warbling for an acting career. .
Paramount isn't worried about the
current debunking of "The Search
for Bridey Murphy." The movie
version, they figure,, will still have
a big novelty value as long as the
reincarnation and Bridey de
.. rrw vtui wuft w arf ui.innu
delphia matren-that's Ethel fails the stage and its sound-board shell
to receive an Invite to Grace's at the gully's end. Now things
wedding. So Ethel and daughter
hop to, Cannes te find their ewn
WATCH OUT FOR HANDESTRIANS This isn't recom
mended for busy street corners, but circus artists with tired
feet in Berlin, Germany, demonstrate the safety ot the new
crosswalk by crossing on their hands. The newly painted
safety zones were patterned after zebras, which is why the
lebraa In the background are on hand. 1 1
have been turned at right angle i
the seats have been placed up'
and down one bank and he shell i
on the opposite bank. The shell is
new and contains dressing rooms,!
rest rooms, and locker rooms fori
the musicians, ..
The orchestra Is the Philadel
phia Orchestra, of course, but for
its outdoor summer performances
it is called the Robin Hood Dell
Orchestra. The cost of the new
dell was $350,000, which was paid
by the municipality.
New York's summer concerts In
the stadium of City College open
the same evening, with Pierre
Monteux conducting the New York
Philharmonic-Symphony and Ma Marian
rian Marian Anderson, contralto, as
Leon Barzin, musical director of
the National Orchestral Associa
tion is taking a year's leave. Four
young American conductors will
take over the association's four
concerts next season, xney are
Hugo Fiorato, conductor -of the
New Yorr city uauet; jonn
Barnett, associate conductor of
the Los Angeles "Philharmonic;
Newell Jenkins, conductor of e
chamber orchestra in Italy, and
Joseph Hawthorne, ; conductor of
the Toledo, Ohio, orchestra. J
The Blanche Tbebom Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship Foundation is receiving ap applications
plications applications for its annual $1,000
award to a young singer. Singers
from 25 to 30 are ligible, but they
must be planning professional ca careers.
reers. careers. Closing date is Oct. 15 and
the foundation's address is 711
Fifth Avenue, Nee York.
"THE GIRL RUSH"
TAP RICH LODE OF MUSIC AND FUN IN
LAS VEGAS OPENING SOON AT THE LUX!
. ,r v V-'
Pretty and exciting Gloria De Haven performs three
' sensational dance numbers and sings three songs In Para Para-;
; Para-; mount's Saper-MusicaL "The Girl Rush," due soon at the
Lax Theatre. Rosalind Russell, Fernando Lamas and Eddie
Albert star with her In th Technicolor, VistaVlsion mu musical
sical musical extravaganza set 1n the bold and guttering Las Vegas
meeca for the thrltlseekers of the world. Frederick Brlsson
produced, Robert Pirosh directed.
Gary Cooper Returns To First
Love Aviation In "The Court
Martial Of Billy Mitchell"
CARY COOPER explains his stand on air. power in a
, scene from Warner Boa' "The Court-Martial f Billy
. Mitchell," which also stars Charles Blckford, Rod Steig Steig-,
, Steig-, er, Ralph Bellamy and Elizabeth Montgomery. The..
: Cinemascope and WarnerColor was directed by Otto
Preminger. Milton. Sperling was the producer of the
U.S. Pictures production.
Warner Bros, has recorded the atory of Billy Mitchell,
the man who risked, disgrace and dishonor by setting off
the most sensational trial in American history. Gary Cooper
portrays the late general In "The Court-Martial of Billy
Mitchell," which opens soon at the Central Theatre.
. Cooper la a natural for the role of Mitchell, having ap appeared
peared appeared as star of more air films than any other motion pic picture
ture picture performer. These include, "Legion of The Condemned,"
"Lilac Time," and "Task Force." --r
WhUe on location with a unit of "The Court-Martlal of
Billy Mitchell," Cooper told reporters of his great Interest
in aviation, an Interest that dates back to boyhood.
. "Stories about fliers always interested me," said Co Coper
per Coper who thinks he has appeared In as many aviation films
as he has westerns, "and if I hadn't made a foothold in the
film business as early as I did, I would probably have be-,
come a pilot. Mitchell has always stood out In my mind a
one of the great heroes of our country." ...... ;
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MONDAY :15 &.l:35
DIABLO 1:15 sV :ll
Claudette Colbert t
"TEXAS LADY" ;
"The Purple Mask
Charles Drake vv.-.;.
"TABOR, THE GREAT''
GATUN t:00 f
"A LAWLESS STREET"
"The Treasure of Pancho
MARGARITA tT:15 8:15 v
"TRACK OF THE CAT"
8unday ' , 4
CRISTOBAL 9:15 ft 1:2$
"THE ADVENTURES OF
Sunday it Monday
"I U Cry Tomorrow"
"An Annapolis Story"
"The Fuedln Fool"
8ANTA CRUZ 8:15 & t
THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KVXSTAXT
SATURDAY, JUNE W, 1S3J
iV"':;Lredits'; .Flayers r or
Uanager Admits He's
i lot A 'Miracle Man'
Editor: C0NRADO SARCEANT
.;T; : By lillLTON RICHMAN
NEW yORK;Jurie 23 tiP)-Fred Hahey, still
undefeated as manager of Milwaukee, is sitting on
top of both the world and the National League but
he climbed down long enough to proclaim he is "no
Td like to say I'm mira miracle
cle miracle man,"; said the smiling, ju ju-"
" ju-" bllantHaney last night alter the
Braves won the seventh straight
s face It, I'm not j
"These guya are doing 11, ne
aid, gesturing towara n y y-ers
ers y-ers whooping it up In the club clubhouse.
house. clubhouse. s'They'r playing good
hall and we1e- ,gettinj, good.
rlSf" -' while loft Bitch'
in? job out of Ray Crone.. test
night as the 24-year-old right righthander;
hander; righthander; scattered seven hits for
his seyenth victory. Crone blank-
1 d the Giants rami tne
when they acpred their lone run
on two singles, an Infield out and
- !.!-. .V,'; ".'-'
The Braves gate M all the
Margin he needed to.beat R R-ben
ben R-ben Gomea when BlU Bruton
and Eddie Mathews smashed
Jtack-to-back homers In the
third inning J1 Crone singled
home Milwaukee's final ran in
The victory kept the Braves a
f ill pama ahead of the Clncin Clncin-r
r Clncin-r At Redlegs, who took over sec sec-c
c sec-c -id place with a 6-0 victory over
t e Brooxiyn Doagen.
-T"iht.n Brooks Lawrence
t ace of Cincinnati's pitching
: aff, racked P1,, intb
. raiffht victory, while limiting
i it Dodgers, to two hits; The mM
; hits off Aawrence rwerc varj
1 urlllo's single in the fifth and
.Fickle Robinson's double withi
i vo out in th,ninth. ; Catcher
Ti Bailey drove to three Red-
lee runs with two nomers wnuc
rr.nkle Frank Robinson hit his
lth homer off loser Sal Maglle,
Robin Robert irthV Phil Phillies
lies Phillies pitched a five-hitter for
his seventh victory In defeat,
jnt the Cardinals, 'M, w'th
the aid of Pel Ennis' 12th
l.ojtser. The t:i-t dropped the
Care! to f :,: "i t!nff. Ennis hit
Is hr if To.ii roimky in
lower f re.. cau.i the
ne between the Cubs and the
t -.ate at Pittsburzh to be call-
t I in the fourth inning with
f Anita leadln?.. 2-0. With the
c.nhK at hat ln.the fourth, all 10
1 ,ht standards went out leaving
t i. field in total darkness. :. The
f me was delayed for an hour
f nd 15 minutes before it was of of-1
1 of-1 dally called. None of the ree-c-ds
count and the entire game
v, ill be replayed at a later date.
The White Sox cut the Yan-
ToJay Fncooi o .35 .20
, Double in cinemascope!
j Grace Kelly, in i
j the swan"
I Cornel Wilde, in ...
"SCARLET COAT" I
Today. IDEAL-20 .1C
Sean McClory, in
I "I COVER THE
i "WILD BLUE YONDER
J W-T Datum
m 1 t
CIA. NINNIUf Z. 1., AVINIDA BOLIVAR TIM. COLON
kees,! lead in the American!
League to four games by beating
the Bronx Bombers, 5-4, on
Sammv Esnosito's single with
the-bases full in the 12th inning.
Zsposito also came through with
a nlnch double in the 11th to
drive in" two runs and tie the
score -after, the- Yankees had
scored two runs In the top of
the frame. Dick Donovan the
White Sox '; starter, held New
York, hltless for -7 '1-3 innings
before Billy Martin doubled to
drive in the first Yankee run.
Sandy Consuegra relieved Dono Donovan
van Donovan in the 12th and gained cred credit
it credit for the victory. Rip Coleman
was the loser although the win
nine blow came off Tom Mor
gan. It was the Tanks' first loss
in eight fames.
Mike Garcia, scored his see see-end
end see-end straight jhutont aver
Washington and pitched Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland to its fourth straight vic victory;
tory; victory; 4-e. Garcia gave ap only
five hits in gaining his fifth
triumph. Cleveland scored all
its rung In the third inning as
an error by third baseman Ed
Yost paved the way for three
. Baltimore reliever George Zu-
verlnk won his- own' sam when
he singled, in the 11th inning to
anve in Jim pyDurn ana beat
Detroit, 3-2. Zuverink thus, earn earned
ed earned his fourth vlctorv after com
ing to BlU Wight's aid in the1
ninth inning. Two throwing er
rors by, Wayne Belardi and Jack
Phillips la the 11th helped i set
the stage for Walt Masterson's
last deieat. -
Ted. Williams r hit i his first
home run of the season In Bos
ton's e-S victory over Kansas Ci
tyiiiWilUams homered off loser
Art Ditmar with one to in the
first inning and Don Buddin al
so homered lor .the Red Sox ih
the ninth. Billy Klaus' seventh
inning single drove in what
proved to be the deciding run
Frank Sullivan registered his
seventh victory against. three
losses. . Xi
YESTERDAY'S STAR STAR-Brooks
Brooks STAR-Brooks Lawrence of Cincinna Cincinnati,
ti, Cincinnati, for h,'9 two-hit -l victory
Lefty Don Gross
CINCINNATI, June zS-iTj
Southpaw Don Gross, fully
recovered from a sore arm,
wll rejoin the Cincinnati Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs immediately, they an announced,
nounced, announced, today.:;, V:',:'.;.-::'
Gross was optioned to the
Havana Sugar Kings where M
n arse d his arm back te
strength In the warm Cuban
weather. Gross posted a 3-2
won and lost record and had,
an earned ran mark of 2.00
with the Sugar Kings. He fan fanned
ned fanned 11 batters in each of his
last two full games. However,
in a relief appearance In the
. ninth inning in Havana last
nght, he was tagged sonndly
as Montreal pat ever three
runs to win, 3-1.
Oh Hlsntlr frem
Sit, SAir) A
The' Isthmian Little League
Baseball Association, was com
pletely, reorganized at a special
meeting called for that purpose
on Monday night last at the Boy
Scout Center in La Boca.
ReDresentatives from the ca
nal Zone local-rate towns of La
Boca, Santa Cruz and Paraiso
were present Newly elected of
fleers for a one-year term are
Claude A. Smith, president: Ar
Inold- 'DorvlUe, vice-president;
Hamilton ; Lavalas secretary;
Dudley Farreil, treasurer; Chrif
e. tiaywooa and Jaime eaias
Following' the election of off!
cers; plans were drafted for tne
formation of little leagues in the
Pacific side communities.
A special meeting of the new
ly organized body will be held at
the Paraiso civic center meeting
room on Monday night, starting
at 7 p.m. Louis Glud, district
representative of Little League
Baseball in Panama and the Ca
nal Zone, will be the principal
; j Leaders
In The Majors
(Based on 150 official at bats)
, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Flayer and Club
it i k net
Long, Pitts 56
205 38 70 .341
Boyer,. St. L. 60
Clemente, Pitts. 49
Musial. St L. 60
238 44 80 .33e
160 23 53 .331
225 36 72 .32C
Moon, St. L. 58
205 38 65 .317
liuauuc, jn. x 01 434 04 Do .3 i
Maxwell. Det. 49 isa S7 ss
Kuenn, Detroit 51 195 30 69 .354
vernon, Bos. 47 169 27 58 .343
Berra, N. Y. 52 201 35 65 .323
, Mantle, Yanks
Slevers, Senators .......
t RUNS BATTED JS
Musial, Cards ......
Boyer, cards V,.,.M,
, wercz, Indians .
" RUNS '"'
Mantle, Yanks 62
Lopes, Athletics ... 49
McDougald Yanks ...... 46
Yost, Senators 44
Slevers, Senators 44
Boyer, Cards .44
... HITS ..
Boyer, Cards i i ........ 80
Simpson, Athletics .i.. 76i
Lemon, Senators ....;., 75,
; Musial Cards 72
I funnels, Senators . 72
1 (Based on I Decisions) ;
' ; Ill m-i
Lawrence, Redlegs ... 9 0 1.00c'
urwrce, wniie Sox ...10 2 .833
Freeman, Redlegs ... 5 1 .833
jMume, iwugers .... 5 1 .833
Brewer, Red Sox .... 9 2 .818
Trie Jllst.lf Tnartm
upenea an mvestigatlon of a
possible anti-trust law violation
in the pro wrestling setup...
The 36vear.nlri no trnH r tv..
(UU. w VilC
Indianapolis Speedway a land-
iiini Bv Di LM1P 01111-miiA MAmnrioi
pay auto classic has been
torn- down to mnk rnnm frm a
new control tower and a larger
gii. rc s me inaianapoiis
Former heawwetoht ihom
plon Maxle Baer himself well
011 iinanciauy nag ca'led on
Doxing commissions to deduct
one tier cent of everv D,yfrc
nurse to be held in trust for re
The Louisiana House Of Repre
SCntativea nverrlrilnir rt
mand by Governor Earl Long
una musea 10 increase ine pari pari-mutuel
mutuel pari-mutuel tax on horse racing from
13 to 15 and a half per cent...
Promoter Jack Laken nf rinv.
lon, unio, nas sued former wel wel-terweieht
terweieht wel-terweieht nhnmninn Cnrmnn na
SiliO for 134.000 for falKnir ts,
through with a scheduled bout
on iune ninin...-
The American Hockev League
has creed to trrant RnfhpsfAr
New York, a franchise, provided
me Kocnester owners can snow
$150,000 in working capital by
July 31. ''.. :
Lewisburg. Pa. (NBA) Don
Biehards concluded a 1 three-vear
varsity career with four all-time
BuckneU records. In that time, the
ien-aanaer strucx out 354.
NO PLACE LIKE IT
New Vnrlr NtfAV Th 1W7
Giants hit 131 nf their Trrnrif 99A
nome runs at the rolo urounds.
HARCEThey,re off and
bunched galloping down the
teThe wmner turned
Control- Says JuliOi
Pirates Buy Forrest Jacobs;
In All-Star Game Balloting
KEWYORK- June 23- (UP)
The Pittsburgh Pirates are shak
ing up tne roster in an enure w
regain tneir winning loucn.
The Pirates have bought sec
ond baseman Spook Jacobs from
the A's on waivers. Jacobs had
been hitting .347-for Columbus
in the International League. He
will report today, and the pirates
must drop one man to make
room. Manager Bobby Bragan
said he also hopes to get south
paw Fred Waters and shortstop
Dick Smith from Hollywood. The
Pirates have lost six straight at:
home and have dropped from
nrst place to mtn.
Tne Braves wno nave taicen
By HERBERT MOISE
Senior basketball will feature
the defending champion Chester.
field team against the Guardia Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional tonight in the Panama Na
tional -Gym. This will be the sec second
ond second game on tap for the evening.
Both teams are tied for second
place with a .667 won and lost per
centage, both having won two; of
their three games. In their last out outings
ings outings they expended little effort to
bowl over the oppositions. ;
Kodolfo "Fin" Tom, scrappy lit-
ttt coach of the Colon Smokers,
has been drilling bis cnarges on
the finer arts of ballhandling and
this writer assumes that the drills
ana piays woraea out wui oe put
into operation tonight against the
National Guards. In building this
year's team, Tom made sure of
acquiring the perfect balance of
speed (Aikman, Taylor," Ardlnes.
Noel, Huertas), good shooting (Pel
tinovich. Sowell WUliams, roma
res) coolness (Molinar and Smith)
and, court generalship (F. Tom).
However, it should not be con construed
strued construed that these players specia specialize
lize specialize in the particular category
have placed them. It is their abili
ty to interchange and move into
these four phases of basketball
play that makes Chesterfield fa
vorites to repeat their 1955 cham
pionship win, y-A- :
Old Sid Gordon's I
NEW YORK, June 23 (UPV-
Sid Gordon, the highest paid
player-coach In the minors, is
earnlmr his keen with the Mia
ml Marlins of the International
The hard-hittinir inii'elder-
outfielder who saw service with
the New York Giants, Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves and Pittsburgh Pi
rates, rammed a grand-slam
home run off Eddie Blake of
Toronto Friday night to c;ive the
Marlins a come-from-bewnd. 7
5. victory. Gordon reportedly
taxes down a salary 01 $zz,uuu
with the Marlins, who gained
their fourth straight victory and
their seventh in tne last eigni
games on Sidney 'a poke.
The Rochester Red Wings and
Columbus Jets split a pair of
eames. the Red wines winning
the ODener behind Kel Russell'E
four-hitter, 6-2, and "the Jets
winning the nightcap, -8, on
homers by Glenn Cox and Ben
Downs. ; -
The Richmond Virgin t a n 1
lumped on a trio of Buffalo hurl
crs to gain a 7-2 victory and the
Montreal Rovais snaaea tne h
vana Sugar Kings, 3-1, in other
running at Monmouth' Park,-' Oceanporf. N J 1 TTV fWi.-i
stretch shortly after the start of 1 Tinihrand a iixWnihJ !i f
out to be Chicanery. Frank. A. tSlh X Jetton
over first place gave5,, bonus
pitcher Johnny Edeiman an un unconditional
conditional unconditional release after all othr
er clubs had waived on' him.
Edeiman had no record this year
or- last. : -;; -;. ; ; v;y;
The American League" has a
new first-base leader In the All
Star baseball polk 'i:'
"Vic Werts of Cleveland has
taken the lead from Mickey Ver
non of Boston in the latest tab
ulation. Voting ended at mid
night last night, but Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Ford Frick's office said
the final count probably won't be
ready until next Friday. Voting
leaders at each poslton will start
in the All-Star Game July r 10. in
American League leaders are
Wertz at first, Nelson Fox of Chi
cago at second, Harvey Kuenn
of Detroit at short, George Hell
of Baltimore at third. Yogi Ber Berra
ra Berra of New York behind the plate,
and Ted Williams of Boston
Mickey Mantle of New York and
ai Kaiine of Detroit in the out
wauonai league leaders are
Roy campanella of Brooklyn
catching, Dale Long of Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh at first. Red Bchoendlenst
of New York at second. Ernie
sanKs or Chicago at short, Ken
Boyer of St. Louls'at third, and
Rip Repulskl and Stan Musial of
SL Louis and Duke Snider-, of
uroosiyn m the outfield...
SLIP ON EELS With eels
as bait, Leo Garceau caught
these king-sixed bass on a
10-pound test line near
Bristol. R. L .. ; -,
:! :: PRICE OF TELEVISION
Stillwater,.. Okla. (NEA) -i- VJk
lahoma A.,- and M.'s football re
newal with Kansas at Stillwater
was moved up to Oct. (26 to avoid
conuict wnn tne nationamr-televis
ed Notre Dame-Oklahoma-' game
By STEVE. SNIDER
NEW YORK. June 21 (UP)-
sports of all. sorts:
juiius Heuana, New yore state
atniexic commissioner, is aeaci
set against a national czar or
federal control for boxine be.
cause "only six or eight states
are involved ana we don't need
a bureau in Washington t tov
ern .that few of-the 48 states...
wnat we really need, is closer co-i
operation among, the. boxing
commissions that, do .exist and
without It the sport will not sur-
:'''.. ... j "j'' -'. ",-T;.f;
. Sam Snead, known as V the
hlUbllly from Virginia when
he first popped up on the na na-tional
tional na-tional golf scene it years ago,
complains his 11-year-old son,
Jackie Is growing so fast he
needs a new pair of shoes ev every
ery every snonth''v .i
"Shucks.? snorted1 old l?a. t
uiun v even nave a nair Of shoei
m 1 was 1? ana men only be
cause tney said I naa to wear
em to play golf."
- The P-m Glob etotlers
whii 'I 1 ; tourhv; both
iurt tua ou. 1 America, car
ry a few vaudeville acts with
them to entertain between halves
. .Tony Lavelli, ex-Yale basket-
baiier, is with, the European
group as an accordionist. ,..
., -, i. t, r..,ii.,:,,,.J,fcr::,i'
Speedboat rae-ng h booming
throughout the nation, ac according
cording according to the American Pow Power
er Power Boat Association. A record
of SOI motor .boat regattas is
expected to receive official
sanction this) year, more than
106 ever last season and more
than twice the total just five
years ago, ,-, 4 ;
Eduardo 'Lausse. Ara-entine
middleweight due for another
trip to the UJS. is another vounc
fighter who, handles his rinp
earnings shrewdly so they won't
have to hold any benefits for
him In his old age .- .he's sink
ing his dough Into a cattle ranch
oacx nome. i
Ben Hoean. who ; has been
xnown to be -touchy at times
now Is one of the most oblieine
In sports when it comes to pos
ing for photographers..;."! need
tne publicity says Ben with
grin, "for mv new'solf .chin fac
; Needles, Florida-bred,' Is the
toast of the horse-racing fra fraternity
ternity fraternity at the moment but the
Thoroughbred Racing Assoc'a.
tlon notes that Rentncky still
turns out the most wshners..,
to a sarvey of TJ.S.-bred stakes
winners each season, more
than half ate bred in Kentne
ky, the TRA reports. .
When Babe Ruth noled his
record of 60 home runs in 1927
he got two off "Nevers, St, Louis
Browns-.... that was Ernie Nev
ers, the old Stanford grid great
...he" played with the frowns
iur wiree seasons ana .won a
Australians are rallying t
round to make the Olympics at
Meioourne a smasn box oriice
success ... the Aussies already
have boueht ud their, allotment
01 ucxets for the openmr cere
mony in the main stadium, all
sessions of swimming, the last
four nights of basketball, the fi
nal night of boxing, bike racing
heavyweight weight-lifting-: and
tne imai nignt or wrestiinz ...
all are far ahead' of the expect
ed sales schedule.N t
iMC,ik4 hi 4'
hm m K l. JUk
llat af III!
m mi it I MSI
W JANmjll COwNfWWTl V ti
St. Louis .
31 rf .415
J4 .404 10,
Milwaukee at New York ?
St. Louis at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
Chicago at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee. 002 100 0103 10 1
New York .000000 001-1 7 I
Crone (7-3) and Crandall
Gomes (2-7). Grissom. Wll.
helm and Sarnl.. w
Cincinnati 020 210 001 6 S I
Brooklyn 1 000 000 000 0 2 (
Lawrence (9-0) and Bailey, i
Maglie ( 1-1 y. Roebuck. Lehi
man and Campanella.
Chicago at Pittsburgh1 ;
(Night Game) 1
St. Louis r. 001 000 0001 n" 1
Philadelphia 010 001 OOx 2 6 :
Poholskv 4-5). McDaniel and
Roberts (7-8) and Lopata.
3rd Army Blue
j ... .. :.. j :., ..r
Grabs Rifle Championship
The 1956 All-Armv Rifle and
Pistol Championships ended
Tuesday at Fort Benning, Ga.
with Sixth Army Gold the All All-Army
Army All-Army Rifle Team Chamuion and
Third Army Blue the top pistol
beam. . ,-vt ...
Rifleman Cant John. Asburv
Third Army and pistoleer Hue-
i uoex. senner, First Army
emerged as top individuals In a
record field of 611. .. v j
The Sixth Armv Gold sauad
compiled 1.404. points and 99v
lust two points ahead of First
Army's "A" team and five points
in front of USARPAC'S Red en
try. Thira Army Blue's 1.116 top
ped the First Army Blue team by
eignt points and the Third A
my Red squad by nine.
capt. Asnury. who began the
week's action by winning four of
tne iirst eignt ruie events, tap
ered off somewhat but : then
took the Individual Service Ri Rifle
fle Rifle Championship with 865-70V
well ahead of Sixth Army's John
Mooney, who fired 853-59V.
M-Sgt Benner. last yean
champion by nearly a clean
sweep, lost several titles this
year to' other marksmen, but
was consistent enough to repeat
as the AH-Army individual Pis
tol champion with a total of 2,'
603 points. 1st Lt. David Miller
of Fourth Army was runner-up
The USARCARIB Blue tint
team placed ninth out of 35 In
the Team Championship with a
score of 1.388-93 v. nth out of 13
in the Infantry Trophy Match
with 473 and 18th out of 33 in
the National Match Course event
with 925-64V. J
The Command's Red pistol
team finished 27th out of 37 in
the Team Championship with
1.057 points and 35th out of 37
in the .22 caL team champion
shin with 1.086.
Most tmnressive of all how
ever, was the Carib Command's
Blue rifle team's showing in
Match i Fourteen, a substained
fire event from the 200 and 300
yard-lines. The locals fired' a
score of 575-35v to win a second
place silver medal in a neid or
44 competitors, in first place was
Thirfl Army, silver team witn
In all. Caribbean mar Ksmen
collected seven medals, includ.
inir six individual The Individ.
ual .winners were So 3 Gabriel
Lee of "K Co 3d Bn. 20th Inf
Reet. at Fort Davis. CpL ; Emil
Heueatter of "M4 CO.. 3d Bn,
20th at Davis, Pfc. Ricnara s?on s?on-strom
strom s?on-strom of Hq. Co 3d Bn, 20th at
navid. Mai. Luis Santini and M
Sgt Mariano Santini of ; Fort
Rurhanan. P ft.
. Members of the 'Blue squad
were Sfc William McFeelev. "I"
Co.. 20th.. Sfc CecU Stevens, "E"
Co 20th., Sp3 Richard DiUman
744st AU Fort Amador, Sp3 Jan-
is Ratermanis, Hq. Co., 3d n
20th, M-SgW Charles Roberts
. ... mt
.394 6 A
Boston. 4 .'.an
Detroit . .27
Kansas city .24
. .. TODAI'S GAMES
New York at Chicago
Boston at Kansas City IN)
Washington at Cleveland
Baltimore at Detroit
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 000 000 000 0 's 1
Cleveland 040 000 00x-4 lo: C
Stobbs (5-5), Stone and Court Court-Garcia
Garcia Court-Garcia (5-7) and Averill. v
Baltimore 000 010 001 013 10 9
Detroit r-110 000 000 002 13 S
Wight... Zuverink ( 4-2 and
Foytaek, Masterson' (0-1) and
(Night Game) '
N. Y. v 000 000 011 02IU4 T f
Chicago 001 010 000 0215 14 1
f Sturdlvant, k Larsen, Coleman
Morgan and Berra. ...
Donovan, Consuegra .(1-1) and
Boston 201 000 0126 9
Kansas City 002 010 0OO3 9
Sullivan (7-3) and White.
Ditmar (6-7) and Ginsberg.
6th Army Gold
. 40 21
. .33 22
"G" Co, 20th,! and M-Sgt. len
Thompson, Svc Co., 20th Thomp Thompson
son Thompson also served as eaptaln and
Sgt. Ernest Laurendina, "T Co..
20th, was coach.
Pistoleer Heugatter won two
second place awards in the
sharpshooter class in Match Ten
a naggregate of Matches Six
through Nine and Match; Thlr.
teen, a rapid-fire event with
the .45 at 25 yards. Heugatter's
score in Match Ten was an. -in
Lee : placed second in the
marksman class In Pistol Match
Two time fire at 25 yards
with a 190 score, and Sonstrom
won a third place bronze medal
In the marksman class in Rifle
Match Ten slow fire at 200 nd
600 yards with 133-7n.
M-Sgt. Santini earned" first
place gold medal In the marks marksman
man marksman class In Rifle Match One -firing
a score of 89-7v, slow fire
at 200 yards. Mai. Santini took
second place In the sharpshooter
amsion m nine Match Three Three-slow
slow Three-slow fire at 600 yartUwith 93-
7V. ": '.
Unofficial tabulation reveal
that old records were broken ill
11 rifle and three pistol events.
In addition, records were tied In
Riflemen Sfc Donald Barena-
ba, "L" Co 20th, at Fort Davis,
and Pfr. Frank Greer "K" Co..
20th, at Fort Kobbe were among
the hundred or more shooters
selelted to remain wifh CON-
ARC'S Army Advanced Marks -manshlp
Unit at Ft. Bennln to
try for berths on the All-Army
Rifle and pistol Team, wlilch
will fire in the national match matches
es matches at Camn Perry, Ohio, August
14 to September S. '
.574 ; 3Vi
.484 : 914
LAST NIGHTS RESULTS.
(First Game, 7 Innings) 1
Rochester 6, Columbus 2
(Second Game) -Columbus
9, Rochester 6'".
Richmond 7, Buffalo J--Miami
7, Toronto 5 I
Montreal t, Havana l-
SATURDAY, JUNE 2J, 193
k Measures Up To Best In
a r.mmn of jrise
By BILL ROEDIR
NEW YORK (NEA) -. Joe Ad-
cock's all-around excellence at his
trade nay leave something to be
desired, but he's far and away the
oen mountain climber in baseball.
roe only human being ever to
a ball into the bleachers at the
Polo Grounds in a bis leasrue fame
has now become the first to scale
the left field roof at Ebbets Field
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Willy Pest did it in batting
practice last year, according to
Post, Birdie Tebbetts and various
other members of the Reds, but
the Dodgers still don't believe that
and they wouldn't have believed
anyone could do it until they saw
with their own astonished eves the
nome run oy aqcock.
It Was a hich. soaring drive that
landed on top of the grandstand
and bounced across Montgomery
ou into a panting wi. : t
Adcock had hit a home run ear
lier in the fame and he hit still an
other in the second tame.
it s only about 350 feet from home
plate to the left field stands along
tne line that Adcock s drive took,
out me root is 83 feet high.
If I hadn't seen it. I never would
nave believed a man could hit
bail that high and have it carry
that far," said Pee Wee Reese. "I
know Post didn't do it. One of their
guys told one of our guys during
the winter that Tebbetts made that
up. But Adcock did do it, unless
knn.At lair ."-- .:.--, i Mil ft 4B AT efcx-
never been caught: d handed in; any .wv-.
. .uv.,-;h.r. u consideraUi 'oneif "involve : specially
. IS SrV,ird;;twliM and .upport ot the press.,
nv .nlf fathers, of course, the very Idea that the Open
honorable tradition. t V'V: ;!
. . ; ; ; CASH ft, HONOR-
' fhia would be a much nicer wrld if hi rate of exchange
ior- ffifeuaditlona wa uniformly bUa nd the demand never
lessened; Unfortunately that Is not the case.. Prize money lor
jesse ymw v .osnnn fhr. are dozens Of tOuma-
SnSfSi TSA mo" ThlJ elrcusV one George S. Ma, stages
in OuW.wXtrrf ;nt of his bro
SiSSJm'tiM the Hot Dog
r?.wih.ent ,?;y!;.,, wftE mm I'd llki most to win."
i;namiliuiiiuu v nuuu ,. m
v u.. -I, nt toil for a llvtni are inclined to be like that,
newspapermen. . 1 '.'.. 1 "',
;i i. j t. ciai a,Hvnvr rnn the Ooen. is
AS aS DCCIl IlDtCU, BH:U uuv.u, "u -
probably the wealthiest of golfers, and when he d smUses it as
r r .r .'... j n .u. ...n. .nntnt i visihla a mile
Being overrates!, uio vm ." ,:..,
Swa?. Still, what happen. Egg
continue ro oiast wi yt", "Vu ""'" " "j tw,f
heaven forbid. . should decide they have a point, and that K
does not necessarily represent uie apex oi ww
: : if ith Open is to hold ite preeminence, the goW fathers
1 Mii h iv enri flcht for it In what way? First,
devote more time and money to promoting the Open and less
of both on the historic rubbish heap which Is called Golf House,
and which not one golfer In 100,000 ever sees or probably even
xnowa aoou. ; i
nntin th annnal rer-ortt book: expand 1t to Include out'
standing performances, pertinent autistic, data on past prize
monies, box-office returns, holes-in-one scored in the Open,
rulings on rhubarbs. . in snon, a complete, continuing
of the clasisc prepared specuicauy wita ine prew vent n piuiu.
. . Then, each year, send a copy to every ports editor, sports
columnist had golf writer in the land. The fathers substituted
makeshift, cheap paper, almost impossible to oecipner version
far inn first-elaaa tiossv rlflnal II or 1 yean ago, and it's
' currently available to any sports writer at a price, which may
' or may net include postage, now eneap can onuonaires gen
.- Th nrnvram iioo.fioo nlus deal. Is a thinly disguised
' black-lark oneration.' with a trofessional promoter cutting in
: en the take; at a buck a throw, it's a specUcular gyp. since
much nf the eoov la unchanged xrom year to year and Is dish-
water dull. Besides glaring mistakes In facta and dates remain
uncorrected, and, in keeping with th publisher's taste and
terminal, even President Ike's love ox roil is cruaeiy expiouea.
It's thlnls like this that make the USOA vulnerable, and
: quite suddenly, pose a threat to the Open. Like love, tradition
witners miserably in ut aanK ciunate tz iraoe.
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Red Sox; the Kansas City Athletics' Country
young man s game. Slaughter is vt. vernon is jb ana wiium a crowmni ui-t
rtl f nil en Miflraw Vnnn lft nf lh
sTliuihter. center: and Boston's Ted Williams demonstrate that baseball is not altogether
Lowery s Salesmen Not Entry
Give Amateur Big-Top Status
By JIMMY BRiSLIN 1
Pinch hitting ior Harry Grayson
kf.w YORK (NEA) My figure
man on golf matters hat taken his
bartender s apron on long enougn
to advise that we have a new "big"
tournament on the schedule this
it l th National Amateur Cham
pionship, ticketed for September at
Lake iorest, uu ine Aniawus w
in iim before beer probably,
but in recent years It has taken
the tail end of a parade oeaaea py
..... .1 1) A
the upen, masiers u
Calibre of play is undoubtedly
iha main reason. When BODDjr
Jnnrl was around, the Amateur
.nk.H with the Ooen. Since ex
nt nprhins. for Lawson Little's
day it has been regarded by me
nu nnthinff mora uiio tunics
- .. ..--i.j n.'
among a mess oi weu-necwu
men who.have no ooss io ibh uie
they cannot play. golf during time
clock hours. ,v j?-
M 1 ST
Msvl I r. n jf
tfemwlA tir.J T r.i a
s m oen .rcuiun i
L . J .? : i- f
"Venturi is along the same lines,
I've known him since he was a 10
year-old boy around my club. He
worked summers in the parts de
partment here. When he finished
school, he came here full-time.
Byron Nelson is a close friend of
mine and oa his visits here he work
ed with Venturi's game.
BOTH OP THEM WORK for a
living. The golf is nice, yes. But the
job is more important. Why should
they turn pro? Neither of them
like to travel. This way they make
their way in the world and have
the golf in proper perspective as
an important bobby." t-
Lowery Is vehement on the sub-
"These boys are the finest' ex
am Dies of amateurism we have in
sports," Lowery says with his Newjject of golf amateurism. Which is
kngland-tinged tones. "Ward
In ban Francisco as a serviceman
I met him a few years later at the
National Amateur at Pebble Beach.
We struck up a friendship and in
1953. he wrote me from Atlanta and
asked if he could work for me. He
wanted to live in San Francisco.
COCO START-lJee Adeeek,
wk anashea gvaadstahd roof
in- New Yarkj ireta heme after -menametital
ahot at Ebbets
Field. It gave aew Braves',
maaager, Fred Haney (rear).
gM start, .? t
Adcock claimed ha was usine
borrowed alpenstock. He said he
was short of bats en this trip and
got Carl Furillo to lend him one.
Furillo uses the same type -bat
as mine except his is an ounce
heSvier,"' Adcock said. "I was
changing bats back and forth dur during
ing during the day but I know I was swing swinging
ing swinging Furillo't when I hit that ball
up on the roof: v, ., , :
Ed Roebuck, pitching, at the
time,' threw a sinking fastball that
broke down and in on a right-hand
ed hitter. The Dodgers said Ad
cock stepped back as the Ditch
broke and then stepped in again as
ne swung.. ---
After hitting the historic homer.
Adcock wss removed ; from the
game for. a defensive first base
man. In the second game he was
taken out for a pinch runner (Andy
Fafko, no lessi. And it was Ad-
eock's first dsy back in the line
up after a spell on the bench for
weak hitting. f ,
Just "before he was permitted to
resign, Charley Grimm said he in intended
tended intended to put Adcock back in the
lineup, so Fred Haney in his first
day as manager decided to ge a-
long with it.. ,. .
THIS YEAR. HOWEVER,
staid United States uoii Associa Association
tion Association has, on paper, the best-looking
field in years. Ana a loimoi
dy from Boston, of all things, is the
.,h. f, .- ;vv" !.,"' :li't"
That, would be Ea Lowery, n
San Francisco auto dealer. Lowery I
has presented the amateur ranks )
witn IWO ox ine ub
links property to come along in I
some time-Ken Venturi and Har-1
vie Ward. q-rV,;.;' 1
Venturi blew "up after being ; a
cinch in the Masters uus year.
Then the good-looking San Francis Francisco
co Francisco youngster came back to make a
throughly acceptable showing in
the Open, carding a 68 on the final
day to remain in the running to the
end. Ward took the Amateur last
year and his game is getting sharp sharper
er sharper as he loos.;; Vi,-:0 vj'
Both have announced that they I
in .t in the amateur ranks, 'i
,kioh Anm't da anything but
help the USGA. .. ;
That's where Lowery comes jn.
t5. k.. .vnhiri. and wara unaer
hi.' wins at San. Francisco. Both
boys work s salesmen for Wsj
block-long agency and Ed sees to
it-they, get. time. enougn w
cipate in such as the Masters, O-
pen anoj Amaieur.
THE $K E PTICaL" R I F I R to the
notnmg save ior r-"V.
one of his charges, riles him more
t .r ( lil. first taste of golf
when he caddied for Francis Qui-
met. who put gou on ui
taatbf Harry Vardon and Ted Ray
Zt arnine in 1913. Ed now is a
leSdcr of the USGA and there are
cynics wno persist wv
ing up for his own outfit by keeping
Venturi and Ward amateur.
41 1 Inlri him Ivcva hi. ent rlnh.
'home until he could. prove him
self as a salesman, I think he has
was fine when you enter a family dis
cussion of golf problems.
For paper purposes, however, all
that really counts is that these two
fine golfers give the amateur its
most important standing in some
time. Venturi, in particular, figur figures
es figures to be a crowd-pleaser. He is
good-looking and talkative. And he
also has a professional touch to his
game, if you'll pardon the, expres expression.
sion. expression. iT
have you heard
piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
mldnlteito-4:30 .nv In the
aif-condltfoned Balboa Bar.
tNlRhtcap on-the-house at 4:S0 a nv.
also plav's the piano --
a m. -Bun.. Tue s.. Wed. Tr"r
News Of The
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Arm's Fins. Out
NEW VORK (NEA) Johnny
Antooelli was sitting in the bsck
seat of a car driving him from the
Polo Grounds to hit seasonal home
oa Long Island.
' "My arm is fine, I pitch 25 min
utes of batting practice the day
after I throw in a game," he said.
"Right Over there," the guy driv.
ing said,-"is where Billy .Loes liv.
es. Too bad.. They tell me he
couldn't even drive a car without
his arm hurting when Brooklyn sold
him to Baltimore.",
"My arm feels real iwA," An An-tonelli
tonelli An-tonelli persisted. a
Thl Loes. It's s'sd. I thought he
was through," the guy: said.
"On second thought, you better
turn that window down," Antonelli
said. Vlt's blowing on my left
shoulder. I don't want to take any
chances." t . v. i
CART A VIE J A
CONTINUES TO PAY
Prizes for June 24th:',
" By BIANS REARD0N
- 14 Yaars in Natianal Laigue
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With a 3 2 count en
the batter, the pitcher delivers a
pitch which hiu the dirt in front
of the plate and bounces. The bat
ter swings st it Is this a, strike
out or a walk? Barry Knight.
Answer! It Is a walk. Whan It
hits the araund before reaching
the plate, it cannot be called a
atrlke whether the batter swings
Q. Pittsburgh and the Giants
played a doubleheader this year
which ended after 10 o'clock at;
night Isn't there a time limit onl
this sort .of thing? Bob Ruffin.!
A. Ne. ; r I
Q.' A batter bunts foul on the third i
strike. Who gets credit for the
put out? Chris Malfitone.
A. The catcher.
Q. How many warm-up pitches
is a relief hurler allowed when
he enters a game? Al Ciafolo.
$ 3 0 0 a 0 0 (Accumidated)
TOTAL... 1440.00 .
DltliNK I UK BEST AND WIN MANY DOI.I.AHS
Buy Hon Cta Oisja, fan Wmdjumk 'VhbClnis BcM
' v" ; and all products of ; y : ;
VINlCOli l.lCORKKA and l)KSi li.kiilA CKYIKAL
Mr. Luken Forbes was the lucky winnar of the 3rd priza of $400.00 with tickat No. 634499. -
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tH-Why kewspapir '-
THREE MEMBERS of the recently organized Latin American
" Scholarship Committee were on hand this week when Henry L.
Donovan, second from the left, opened the drive for scholar scholar's
's scholar's ship funds with his personal donation of $100: Left to right,
' are: Ellis L. Fawcett, principal of the Paralso High School;
Donovan; Alfred E. Osborne, supervisor of instruction in the
Latin American Elementary School and treasurer of the Schol
arship Committee; and Edward F. U conneii, supervisor oi
instruction In the, Latin American secondary Schools.
Scholarship Started Here
For Graduates Of CZ Hi's
A personal donation of $100 from
" Tlpnrv I, Donovan this week offi
cially started the' drive to obtain
"funds to assist in financing the
hiPhpr education of graduates of
. the Latin American high schools in
- the Canal Zone.
Mr. Donovan, Civil Affairs Di Director
rector Director fni (hp Canal Zone Govern
ment, had suggested the formation
of a committee to provide scholar
ships for graduates ox me iwo diku
schools and his personal gift open opened
ed opened the drive..
The scholarships which will M
; financed through this fund may be
,THIS IS WORK?-This first
photo of Anita Ekberg since her
! recent marriage in Italy to
I British actor Anthony Steele
shows her back at work in Lon London
don London with British screen come
disra Norman Wisdom. They're
working on her new film. "An
Englishman in Las Vegas." ;
BAKING THE C03AIS
of tbted i Society Jungle of I J
fl today's great
m JOHNSON JOSEPH COTTEN
njJrtHam; iTy--r 'Tt
HitlOfHOMC IOUNO '' S
used either in universities In the
United States or the National Uni
versity of Panama. j
contributions to the drive may
be made to Alfred E. Osborne,
Treasurer of the Latin American
Scholarship Committee. Cheeks
should be made payable to the La
tin American Scholarship Commit
tee and should be mailed to B o x
1146, Balboa. Public acknowledge
ment will be made of all contribu
tions, which will be deposited in a
special account in the Chase Man
hattan Bank. ,,.,
The Scholarship Committee.
which is. composed of a number of
prominent members of the Latin A-
merican schools staff and civic
lenders, has a multifoldpurpose. It
wilt raise money for scholarships.
screen the applicants and help
them obtain entrance into the
schools of their choice. Already
three colleges in the United States
have indicated that they will const
der the graduates of the Latin A
rican high schools recommended
by the committee. v .;
Members of the committee are:
Miss Emily Butcher, Supervisor of
Music in the Latin American
Schools: Ellis L. Fawcett. Princi
pal of the Paraiso High School; Ed Edward
ward Edward F. O'Connell, Supervisor of
Instruction in the Latin American
Secondary Schools: Waiter Oliver.
Supervisor of Spanish in the Canal
Zone Schools; Owen a. bturiey.
Principal of the Rainbow City High
School; William Jump, Civic lead.
er; Alfred E. Osborne, Supervisor
of Instruction in the Latin Ameri American
can American Elementary School; Jefferson
Joseph, President of the Rainbow
City Civic Council; and Albert E,
Bell, employe of the Armed Forces
and well-known newspaper col
' FARMING HAZARDOUS
ALBANY, N.Y. (UP) New
York's safety division has found
that farming is one ,of the most
hazardous oi lit occupations
Farming ranks first in the number
of work accidents: and is Amer
ica's third most dangerous occu occupation.
pation. occupation. The statistics show that
most farm accidents are caused
br cither ignorance or careless
PRICES: .75 $ .40
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- fiUTH ROMAN -JACK CARSON
"Irt tfo people
Reaches Syria On
DAMASCUS, Syria, June 23 (UP)
Soviet foreign minister Dmitri
Shepilov opened talks with Syrian
leaders today on the second stop
of his friendship tour of the tense
Shepilov met with members of
the newly-formed coalition cabinet
of Premier Sabri el Assail, which
has yet to. gain formal parliamen.
Western observers said the talks
likely would be confined to gener
al questions on the international si
tuation and the Middle East.
The Syrians' were expected to
raise the Algerian question, and
ask that the Soviet bloc nations sup-
L .t A L. T 1. J
inni uib Arm Lieague mcmuers in
bringing the issue before the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations again, v
Shepilov flew to Damascus yes
terday from Cairo where he at attended
tended attended celebrations commemora commemorating
ting commemorating the evacuation of British
troops from the Suot Canal Zone.
He will leave Monday for Athens,
Greeco, and then oo to Lebanon.
' Shepilov left Cairo with vows of
friendship today but without a pro promise
mise promise from Egypt to let Russia helo
iinance ner Aswam dam.
In his farewell statement. Shen-
ilov said Egyptian Premier Gamal
Abdel Nasser will visit Moscow in
Sources cloio to Nasser said
he has docidod to wait until af after
ter after his Russian trip to commit
himself to accepting olther of
tha rival offers from East and
West to help with the dam
A finaf joint communiQue Issued
before Shepilov took off for Da
mascus said he and Nasser agreed
to "development of Soviet-Egypti.
an relations in all spheres of poli
tical,: economic and cultural co
operation." ; ".
The communique said there was
"complete unity of opinion" on ail
topics including Soviet-Egyptian re
lations and international problems
oi interest to ootn nations.
Shepilov was accompanied by his
20-year-oid daughter, victoria.
Radio Moscow indicated the
importance Russia attached to
Shepilov a week-long Egyptian vi
sit by broadcasting a full report
on the communique within a few
hours after it was issued in Cairo,
"They confirm their endeavour
to continue cooperation in the in
terests of strengthening universal
peace, being convinced that these
efforts ... will contribute to a furth
er easing of international tension
and the strengthening of universal
peace' the broadcast said.
Before Hoarding nis plane, bnep-
iiov said "We are leaving Egypt
' SUNDAY, JUNE 24 f
4:38 a.m. 10:37
FIRING A .50 CAL. MACHINE GUN from one of the 17 tanks
being utilized by the 20th Infantry Regiment's Tank company,
during the unit's three weeks of rigid tank training currently
taking place at Rio Hato is Ma. Celestino Camarena, of Cocle
province. Camarena and his staff of National Guardsmen re recently
cently recently visited the area upon being invited by Col. Frank D.
Miller, 20th Infantry regimental commander. "Standing by"
on the tank are, left to ripht, Sgt. S. Puerta, Lt. U. Rodvegez,
and Sgt. N. Stanzlola of the Guardla Nacional. ,-.
(U.S. Army Photo)
know the trutti and (Re
PANAMA, R. P SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1956
much-richer than we were before
our arrival here because we have
acquired the most precious capi
tal many honest genuine friends
ready to strengthen and develop
The -f riondship of the Soviet
and Egyptian pooples, ho said,
"is a most precious alloy which
will loava no cracks or loopholes
for those dark imperialist forces
which for the sake of thalr mer
cenary, motives are trying to poi
son the relations botwoon our
peoples end-sow suspicions and
Shepilov said "the Soviet people
want to see Egypt a strong, free
and independent state with devel
oped industry and flourishing agri
culture to ensure the Egyptian
people a life full of prosperity and
The Engineer, USARCARIB, an
nounced today the awarding of 11
contracts amounting to over $270,-
The low bidder for reroofing
three buildings at Corozal was the
Panama Sheet Metal Works. Inc.,
with a bid of $13,019.
E. O. Hauke Construction Com
pany was awarded two contracts-
one for the rehabilitation oi exte
rior door and window openings and
miscellaneous painting of a build
ing at Fort Clayton amounting to
S14. 250. and another for the re
roofing of three buildings at Fort
Davis with a bid of $92,400. ;
The Tropical Paint Company
was low bidder for three separate
jobs. One for the interior painting
of quarters at Fort Clayton a
mounting to $14,730, and one at
Fort Kobbe for the interior paint
ing of quarters With a bid ot S13,
440. The third contract was for re re-coating
coating re-coating and painting roofs of per
manent Quarters amount to so,ye.
The low bid for the interior apint apint-ing
ing apint-ing of temporary housing units. at
Curundu amounting to sid.od, was
awarded to W. T. Coffey. And the
contract for the rehabilitary of
family Quarters at Curundu with a
bid of $49,345 was awarded to Isth
mian Constructors, inc. aervicio
Brouwer was awarded a contract
amounting to $34,228 for reacoating
and painting roofs of temporary
oiiarters at Curundu.
The Electric Service Company
wss low bidder with $5,674 for in
stallation of swltchgear and asso
ciated electrical revisions in Duiid-
ine 314 at Fort Gulick.
. The low bid. for mooting the
quartermaster warehouse at Coro
zal, amounting to 117,880 was maae
by Bildon, Inc. v
country is $afeu 'AbraTiam TJncoln.
Middle East Junket
. (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
RUSSIAN TOURIST Soviet Foreign Minister bimltrl Shepi Shepilov
lov Shepilov playfully -swings a young girj into the air during his tour
of the Barnasht social Center in Cairo, Egypt. Shepilov attend attended
ed attended Egyptian celebrations marking the. end of British control of
,w ' the Suez canal Zone.
Ihrry Ldl ES ;
lias A 5poI Of Tea
LONDON, June 23 (UP-A Brit British
ish British chauffeur tcft former President
Truman stranded in a limousine for
10 minutes yesterday while he had
his morning cup of tea,
The red-faced driver apologized
and Mr. Truman dismissed the in incident
cident incident good-naturedly. ;
The delay occurred when." Mr.
Truman wa en route to a lunch
at Mansion House in the financial
district as the guest of the lord
Mayor -ot London. He has just
spoken to a group of children at the
American school in Grosvenor
Surrounded by American -embas
sy officials and schoolteachers, he
strode to the limousine provided
by the' embassy, got in and sat
down. The driver's seat was emp
ty. Chauffeur Alfred Smith had dis
Embassy officials and teachers
flitted about the square looking-for
him. Mr. Truman waited patiently.
A doorman said Smith might
have docked into a r side -street
restaurant for a cup of tea. He
was right ,
Ten minutes later. Smith ap
"I'd been waiting all morning for
that cuppa' tea," he said with em embarrassment.
barrassment. embarrassment. Mr. Truman took ft all in stride.
I guess that's just another habit I
that takes getting used to," be,
opei;i;;g w mmi at the lux
-KO FITFOTOM- :
John Agar as a condemned murder and Clee Moore a
a. girl ef the streets enact a dramatic scene from Universal.
International's "Hold Back Tomorrow." The two players
co-star in the exciting film which was written, directed and.
produced by Hugo Haas. ..
To L': V.'i;
(eujcd Di:ih 01 3
i. PRINCETON, N. J., June 23 (UP)
A woman who told police she
"lust 1 wanted excitement" ,. was
cnsiged today with setting a nurs
r,g home fire that claimed that
claimed the lives of threo meutat
Miss Mildred .Waters': 29. of Roe-
ky Hill, Conn., admitted to police
that she lit a piece-of tissue paper
ana new u to a curtain in her
room, '. .".-
. Two women were burned to
death and a third suffocated in the
blaze which swept through an 11
room cottage annex to the ten acre
Foundation Nursing Home, run by
and for Christian Scientists but not
connected official 1 y, with the
Dead are Eleanor Sampson. 49.
of Boston; Mrs. Bess Meyer, 77, of
rnuaoeipnia; and Mrs. E U e n
Huggett,;u, 4A New nriiana. i .v
Miss Waters set the $100,000 fire
only a day- after she was admitted
to the mental ward, police said.
She was held without bail pending
menial tests. ,
'The fire broke out while another
tragedy at the institution was be
ing investigated. Lillian Benson,
58, of Denton; Tex.; was found dead
in her room u another building.
with a Venetian blind cord around
her neck. Police called the death
'a filicide.: : .',
REYKJAVIK I.NnJ T
(UP) Four jwliUcal parties yes yesterday
terday yesterday wound up a parliamentary
election campaign that will decide
whether the United States can con continue
tinue continue to keep strategic, air bases
on this North Atlantic Island.
Only.one of the' parties favors
retention of the bases. The Com Communists
munists Communists anri twn nth... ..:..
want the bases closed. The elec
. w V...V. V m K & 1 E H
tion aunaay will decide the issue.
The U.S. air base at Keflavik, 35
miles from here, is the focal issue.
us presence stirred up a politic political
al political eontrnvrv that. tn k.
J . V. .V UIC 11.
ignation on March 27 of Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Olafur Thors' government.
Thors called Sunday's election to
form a new government
The four parties held final ral rallies
lies rallies .Vestpfriav Tnmnrrnnr 4k....
will concentrate on getting' the is-
ana s kj.uou votes to Uie polls.
Only if tha Indapondenco par.
ty, which controls the prosont irv irv-torim
torim irv-torim government, wins will tha
U.S. forces havs a good chance
f staying in Iceland.
Opposing the bases are the
leftist Progrosiivos, Social Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats and Communists. :
The Progressives had formed a
coalition government with the In
dependence party for the last six
years. This snnne thev unlit with
the Independents and joined the So Social
cial Social Democrats..
Some of the Social Democrats
then split from their own party and
formed a "labor alliance'' with the
Last March the Progressives
pusned through the Althing Par
liament a resolution calling for
withdrawall of all foreign troops
from Iceland b e e a u s e of the
"changed international situation."
The resolution called for revision
of the 1951 agreement which al allowed
lowed allowed the United States to use bas bases
es bases in Iceland for protection of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Tho" United States Is tho' only
foreign nation with troops In Ice Iceland.
land. Iceland. It has spont about 150 mil million
lion million dollars building tha air base
at Keflavik and three radar sta stations.
tions. stations. An estimated 4,000 jnon
are stationed at the base.
Officials say- there has been no
trouble between Americans and
Icelanders. They said current Icelandic-sentiment
rather than anti American.'.' The
Americans just happen to be the
foreigners on the spot, ,;
I Id r.il!:r Cornered
By Posse In Woods;
Sheriff Presses Hunt
WARREN, O., June 23 (UP)
a sv-man posse today cornered
"mad killer" Alfred Wilson. 37. a
truck driver who slew three wom
en in a bloody gun rampage.
Officers reported that Wilson was
cornered just outside this eitv in a
heavily wooded area. They said the
killer exchanged shots with the pos posse,
se, posse, but it was not determined
whether Wilson was wounded.
The posse resumed a search of a
quarry area at dawn today in an
eiiort to taxe tne berserk taller,
dead or alive. Wilson began h i s
rampage of death Thursday night.
enraged because his common law
wife re Hft mm. ':
Portag uunty Sheriff Robert
Stockdale led the search for Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a truck driver, who vowed
never to be a rested alive.
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r. m a. .m.
KJ CONVENTION Secretary1
Of Rtjlt- Tnh eni
-. v.. r uotcr VUllfS
! ----- v tio, auuuai VUll
lyention of the Klwanis at Sag
Francisco. During his jp'eerl
Dulles challenged Soviet leadeil
I to permit free elections in Rus
Sla ftnrt 9ltm ITlin. 'M 1
.nil U aUiVJJC 11 Uiei
really beUeve communism 1 cai
m uwu meriia,
Filming 01 C::!c
HAVANA, Cubs, June 23 (UP)-. :
The filmint nf "th nM nr.. ..i
the Sea," based on Ernest Hem
tmgway's Nobel-prize winning book.
twasjsuspended todsy after direcJ
. .uuiciuaiin quil IOUOWU1I i
an "artktio iHinnm.i.i'i -ii
I producer Leland Hayward. ;
The multimillion-dollar Warnrf
Brothersproduction will be com. ;
pleted in the nearby Bahamas i
a result Of the' anhhle il ctnHia 1
spokesman said. v f i ;
ReDOrts that 7!nnm
out stemmed from frequent bick
ermg with spencer Tracy; star of
the film., were denied hv th tiu
dibv It said a "difference in arsis
tic opinioa" between the directof
and Hayw'ard was the sole Teaso
for- his .departure. They, were at
odds over how the movie shoulj
end. ...a .f
FILM FAN FANATIC George
nwrn, spons columnist in
Waco. Tex., claims to.be the
world's greatest movie tan.
Competition for George will be
hard pressed, for the 32-year-old
Texan sees a movie every
24 hours. Raborn says he's seen
over 6500 movies since he took
up film-viewing as a hobby.
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