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

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T I O N A L At RW A T k
tin year
. PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1951
RTICTJ

IN T t M A

USRocketshl-Bomb
To 22 Miles-Japs
; TOKYO, July 7 (UP) Japaneaa acientiati said to today
day today their Instruments showed the United States exploded
a "guided rocket" hydrogen bomb high in the stratosphere
over the Pacific Tuesday morning. ;
Scientists at Yamagata Observatory it northern Japan
said they believed thr device was detonated nearly 22
miles up. Only brocket or: missilecould raach that alto
tude. 1
They said it was the sixth blast in the current Amer Amer-Jean
Jean Amer-Jean test series at the Bikini proving ground. Tests started
Mav 5. ' !.

'. 'iin ireerr tract
The Japanese, who
SL .JwS'
tests oy
measure earth and .watef
..,. well as radloac
tivity to the air said they pick
atmospheric- concussions
caused by a hydrogen bomb;
The Central Meteorological
Observatory said .Tuesday that
the United Stater had set cu
another test device that morn morning.
ing. morning. '' -.'
I!c-J53 Passes $430 s
i:::!:nPoj!:IRl3
D::slA(!:rFi;hl .;
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
The Eisenhower administration to to-dav
dav to-dav faced a tough tight to get its
$430 million annual boost in post post-.i
.i post-.i thrnnffh the senate. : The
House passed the bill last night
after a hot, partisan fight.
'".'.:'.'.: r.:-v;
With Congress expected io-'ad-j,,,,
in inc. than i monlh. the
administration fred an uphill fight
to pipvct the measure lronvoy-
in ' r" ft eommil.-
r .-i t 1 J
- t f !?--
,
J t, mti
finl but on a 217 to 1. roll call
vole Nearly solid Republican sup.
port rammed the measure throush
over opposition of DemocraUc
leaders and most house, .Demo-
crats.' .';:- r ';ff':-,'

The bill woum aaa one cem ""ivaiiaDie to me ait ore;.

h. pnst of mailing a letter first
"c!as or airmail starting Jan. 1.
1957. It also would raise mailing
rates for newspapers, magazines,
hooks and other items. including
bi'ii mailings of advertising circuH
i.,-. nri nther so-called "junki
mail." ..
If enacted, the bin would wipe
out most of the post office depart department'!
ment'! department'! $470-millioa a year operat operating
ing operating deficit. ',v-.? 'f:'i:-:;':'
Mains St. SectioH
Closed To Traffic
A section of Hains Street m Dia-!
bio Heights will be closed to traf.
tic for a period of about two
weeks beginning Wednesday morn morn-ing
ing morn-ing while repair work is m prog-j
The section of street to be cloH
ed covers a distance w bpjjui
feet from' the intersection with
The repair work is
.Hnlpd to start at o'clock
Wdneday morning. It will be
done by Maintenance Division
'orces' 1
Neutral Truman
Leaves New York
NEW YORK, July f UP) -Former
President Truman left here
by train yesterday for his Inde Independence,
pendence, Independence, Mo. home still clinging
to his neutrality role In the jace
for the Democratic presidential
nomination. ,
"I am hoping for a free and o-
mn convention," Mr. Truman
.iA inrerelv hooe they noni'
inate a man we can win with,
then give the Republicans the h-j
of their life. ';.
tte former President saw t
plans to rest at home until Juiyj
jo when ne is icncuui .u
a Truman memorial ubrary aio-
ner m umcagu.
Station Loses v
Out On July 4
Traffic Fatalities
FHOEMii.-Ara.. ju y -i, (uri
Kadio station KRUX stood
a. fc

reaay ioo; wj pin up u.tw.Mri. M. Kamlll of Albrook. was

tab for sou orir.Ks tor everyDoay bom tw0 teetn tt
in Arizona about' 1,040,000 per- Qorgas Hospital late last month,
i-ons, to pay off a July 4 prom The problem now Is to deter deter-'
' deter-' if- mine whether the teeth are nor-
Station disc Jockeyj promLsed mai geml-permanent baby teeth
station would buy soft or a third set, which Is seldom
rinks for everyone In, the state hpard of.
' no traffic fatalities were re-, In any case. It's one of Mary
Jed. There was none, IK'a proudest accomplishments,

" It cave the estimated time of
th?t . M0nday.

rmSm -rector of the
Yamagata Observatory, said he
wa certain the blast occurred
1-1 1 l 4k -1 fiunh.M
He and his assistant tneonu
that the aevice waacarneu uy
Itional alrcraft:could nut reach
layer of. air r the strati
.inhere -i were conspicuous tv
their absence Tuesday although
th.i, rt.rtMi in 'recent
tests."
ulllil V 11 W V 1
Air Fcrce Pcwcr.r.:l
Will C3 l!::i:d ;
h Lcccr,3 C::il:r$
:iTie community oi
the West Bank Is being taken
. Kw h air Forre.
. Albrrjok peTSonnel now Iivin?
on the Atlanta side will ace
to move closer to their wort now
with the opemrt up of Locona
tnr A'.r Vnrr y -Mi l.
for
t".'.i tnoiith, r
- !'., I '.58'
:! i 1111 '
s i ( r wilii
ti.a huy. A .ry -i.i f'vy per-
Sonnel now residing at Locona
win be permitted to remain
there until they are e-assi?ncd
U0 the States, an Air Force
spokesman said. At that timj
Ithose quarters will be, made a-
The changeover became offi
cial July ;L "h.itizK
"When the project now "under "underway
way "underway is completed, there will be
18 three-bedroom units, 32 two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom units and 214 one-bedroom
units at Locona.
Other arrangements now call
for Air Force personnel also be being
ing being assigned to quarters t Pe
dro Miguel, Rousseau and Coco-
a, besides Locona
PKrii'PJca Aiii?.:n
Ifios (kl Fc.7.iy,
SM m .45
RAMSTEIN. Germany. July 7i
(UP) A Puerto Rkan airman

killed his wife, his two smalljing air traffic problems- arrived
children and himself at the U.S. in this resort -gambling town
12th Air Force Base here last town last night along with other
Monday, an Air Force statement' government officials for a hear hear-sald
sald hear-sald today. - - 4 lng on- the presumed collision
The airman was identified as June 30 between the planes high
Technical Sergeant Francisco K (above Grand Canyon. Both
Fontanes of Aguldilla, Puerto Planes Plunged to earth killing
!. , a total of 128 persons.

Other airmen at the bastf ,aId!ftAt the Grand Canyon site of
Fontaines had spent an : bourse deatlr crash, expert .-Swiss
drinking at an NCO Club and "?rJ"fc
casually announced he planned .SJfL
4. ..in vi .i i tXr.r him an attempt to recover more body

ZrsZ lv JT,

;;: ir: -:v-, .;-"-.iWte ual piane, wnicn ieii on a

room, picked up a .43 calibre pi?
tol, and went to his home where
he shot his wife as she worked
In the kitchen, fired at the chil children
dren children as they lay asleep, and put
the pistol to his own hesd.
His abt-year-old d a u ghtr
lived until the following after
noon. The rest of the family
died within a few houra of the
'shootina:. . I
jYiends Of the family Relieved
t 8les 0j illnesses and. personal
problems had dcpresj.ed Foa
f.
All She Wants
For Christmas
She's Cot
TVir turn fmr tAtl tnr
wwv vw A A Mil V KCIH v
Christmas came early. Mary K
iiamill, daughter of MaJ. and

Peron Flays
Aramburu
Government
CARACAS, July 7 (UP) -From
Ms apartment in tne panamsn-
lan fM rf nnlnn Tiion TV Pmil
1(111 VI Wviwiay V
hi nt an article to the local
Elite magazine which published
ll yesieraay unuer me hub v
"Aramburu1 Democratic, Me Dlc-
atn, Tr t-h rtlrl Peron KC-
WIAMy --v.-,
cusesf the Argentine government
Af ktniTin aunsxinated all rjer
- - - lncyua.
t---- Eirlou
.Mujni a
.'rmv are
, ". :
iasnnas-.
The article breaks the alienee
1C ki vvc J .
i peron hail maintained since the
abortive revolt in wnicn, accord according
ing according to Pertn, "twq to three mil million
lion million headswould have rolled
had It been successful
ptnrn p.arite&xnk to one assas
slnation during bis regime when
he saye "there waa only one
doath that M Dr. Tncallnella."
whos body was wmsaeaiaway
by the Peronlsta ponce ana ns
As,d from nutttlng to the
der of Dr incalinella, peron
... r i
eonstitutlonal government, no
r.-..rrfis. f th offense
h commltted wtli 4 without
, j d constitutional guaran-
1 ... L
?ri- -,,f- ...
It i t ;l It -i
1 1 try u j t 'vk 3 t a Aige e
armed forcts.
lie Ins sts on blaming Great
Britain for his downfall, care
fully avoiding mention of the
United states.
The article was written ex ex-pressly
pressly ex-pressly for Elite and carries Pe-
ron's slenature.
It was brought to Caracas by
Rodolfo Martinez, who calls
himself "Peron's representative"
and travels frequently between
Caracas and Panama. Martinez
has an office with a sign bear
ine the name of "Ronpe" which
has no. known business.
D::l Pl::3 (r;i
Al Lc$ Vc::j SilJ
LAS VEGAS, Nev., July 7 (UP1
Nine congressmen opened an
"on the spot Investigation" to today
day today into the circumstances sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the Ill-fated flights of
a Transworld Airlines Super
Constellation and a United Air Airlines
lines Airlines DC-7.. -;- ',.'!.-'-.'
The member! ; of a House
Commerce subcommittee study-
fragments from the wreckage of
high ledge.
Three members of an eight eight-man
man eight-man Swiss team, hired by UAL,
and three climbers from Colora
do yesterday joined two other
Colorado climbers who had been
dropped to the ledge by helicop helicopter
ter helicopter the previous day. The five
other members of the Swiss
team were taken to a point di
rectly oeiow ine crasri site, on
the canyon floor. The mountain mountaineers
eers mountaineers recovered at least 18 more
bodies yesterday.
Chairman Oren Harris (D-
Ark.) scheduled a hearing this
morning in the plush Gold Key
Roo mol tne sands Hotel. Five
Civil Aeronautics Administration
officials, six Civil Aeronautics
Board members and four con congressional
gressional congressional committee staff mem members
bers members also arrived by plane with
the official party from Wash Washington
ington Washington to take part in the in
quiry.
Egqs-Actly
NEW YORK, July (UP) A
grand old American custom was
laid to rest yesterday in a lower
Manhattan court, when magistrate
Louis I. Kaplan served notlte that
Vnceforth anyone throwing eess
at political opponents faces a s s-motith
motith s-motith jail sentence in his court.

J UU A.UM

GIVING Sp-3 John W. Barnes' (third Jrom left) L-U a final
Check-ip is Capt. William L. Hawkins; 7438th. Army Aviation
detachment officer In charge, prior to Barnes telng presented
the unit's newly established "Crew Chief of the Month" award.
The Fort Kobbe -detachment Inaugurated" this award as a
means of giving recognition to the nnit's mechanic receiving'
the highest points after monthly tabulations are made on each
of the individually assigned crsw chiefs airplanes, maintenance
wTds, Looking on are It. Artv-- V.-i-i Horns, unit maintrn-
,r 1 "pj. 1 r s v I' f 1

Czn::3 First To Lcccivi

vCh!:f Of Tfc3
Fort Kobbe'f 7438th Army Avla
turn detachment which gives
wings to the USARCARIB by fur
nishing immediately available tac
tical and adminitrativ support
whenever called upon has recent recently
ly recently established a form of giving rec
ognition to the unit's top "K. e e p
'em flying .mechanic .wun ine a a-warding
warding a-warding of a "Crew Chief of the
Month" presentation of the indi individual
vidual individual concerned. ,-
First to receive this honor for
th month of June was Sd-3 John
W. Barnes, a "self-made" airplane
mechanic who has never spent a
day in aa Army -maintenance class
room out wnose lop graces in
weekly inspections won his the a a-ward.
ward. a-ward. The idea, which was inspired by
Lt. Arthur H. Van ,Horne, unit
maintenance officer, bases qualifi
cations on a percentage system
whereby the mechanic garnering
the- most points after final month monthly
ly monthly tabulations on airplane condi condition,
tion, condition, maintenance records and at attitude,
titude, attitude, is presented with a three
day pass.
Barnes! who works as crew chief
in the detachment, won over bis
fellow mechanics by mainttining
his- airplane in top shape even
wfcea his June flight schedule wss
extra burdened, causing his main
tenance time to be snonenea.
Ttr qualify, each mechanic must
have a complete knowledge of the
100-odd tools he uses-; Jtis equip equipment
ment equipment must be meticulously clean cleaned
ed cleaned at all times; he must earn the
oilots' trust as well as his own;
anl his work must continually
meet the standards aet by Lieute Lieutenant
nant Lieutenant Van Home and his assistant
unit line chief, ; Sgt. : Chester E.
Piekielnial.
Capt. Rodimbn, -f
To Assume Duties
As Marine Director
Capt. Warner S. Kodimon as assumes
sumes assumes his new duties as Marine
Director ot the Panama Canal Co.
Mmday.
H succeeds Capt. Frank A.
Munroe, Jr., who has been on du
ty with the Canal since May 1953.
Capt. Munroe and his farmly are
leaving next Tuesday for the
StatPi and his new post as admin admin-istrasiva
istrasiva admin-istrasiva officer of the Pnget Sound
Naval VVhipyard in Bremerton,
Washisgtoo. ." '. :- ; .,
The new marine director, a na native
tive native of Northampton, -Mass.. arriv arrived
ed arrived in the Isthmus early last
month. Me is a graduate of the
U.S. Naval Academy in the class
of 1929. He had been on duly with
a destroyer squadron in Ihe At At-'nic
'nic At-'nic Fleet before his assign assignment
ment assignment with the Canal Company.

1
r.lcnl!ip.AYfird
"Barnes has shown -i high de
grre of technical proficiency and
m;uiary bearing in his attitude u
waid the job,", explained Capt.
William L. Hawkins,. 7438th -officer
in charge upon hit recieiving
the award. "I 'admire the -close
competition for this honor and feel
it will bring our maintepance leff-
ctency even higher than before,
ne aaaea. v
Rainbow City Civil
Defense Volunteer
Corps Meet Wed.
The Rainbow City avil Defense
Volunteer Corps will meet on
Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. at' the
school. v
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The towns of Oamboa and Sin
ta Cruz will hold their motnhlv Cv-
vil Defense meeting on Thursday.
The ladies of Gamboa will meet
at a.m. at Ihe Civic Center and
Santa Crux ladies at the Service
Center at 8 p.m., July 12.
AH members of the respective
tnwnsites' Civil Defense Volunteer
Corps are urged to attend as there
will be final arranglements and
insrructiens for the National exer
cise "Operation Alert 1956" on Ju
ly 20.

Coded TV Message Mystifies Police
In Hunt For Kidnaped Wienberger Baby

WESTBURY: N.Y., July 7 (UP)
Two men held for questioning
in the Peter Wienberger kidnap
ing case have failed to give any
helpful information about the
three-day-old crime, police an
nounced today.
Nassau County Detective Chief
Stuyvesant Pinnell also an
nounced that a mysterious cod coded
ed coded message received last night
by a. television newscaster
means notrang to us.
The child's well-to-do parents,
Morris and Betty Weinberger,
waited at their home here for
expected word from the kidnap kidnaper
er kidnaper who snatched the four-weex-
old child from its carriage on a
patio Wednesday afternoon. A
telephone caller claiming to ne
the kidnaper told the father
yesterday Petef is "alive and
well." :
The abductor failed to pick tip
a $2000 ransom Thursday out
made a new telephone demand
for$5000 yesterday. Pinnell said
tne parents had maae no new
ransom "drop" by 10 a.m. EDT
today,
After Questioning the two men

Hush-Hush
Report On
ReclAirpower
WASHINGTON. July 7 (UP)
Gen. Nathan T. Twining, Air
Force Chief of Staff, has given
house militarv experts a too se
cret report on hU "tightly-con
trolled" inspecuon or, jiussia s
srowins air oower.
One congressman, who refused
use of his name, said Twining
actually "did not learn very
much that was new" during his
week-ions visit. But ne saia
Twining definitely did not come
back from Moscow discouraged.
Twlnina- testified yesterday at
an unannounced meeting of a
house l defense appropriations
subcommittee. The session was
so secret no record was made of
the testimony,.. j, -jy.;;?. j
In ealllnff Twlnlnr the sub
committee eot the jump on a
eot the jump on a

SttS jrSLSm"? President would le.se's still in fh

air rune cuici mr reuuit ua.
his trio next Tuesday
Rep. George H. Mahon (D-
Tex.l, chairman of the House
group, said tils subcommittee
wanted especially' to get Twln Twln-lng's
lng's Twln-lng's advice on a military con construction
struction construction appropriation which
the. full appropriations commit committee
tee committee reported earlier to the
house,
He I said the group wanted to
know whether T"'nin! lcampfl
(n.. i cl.a. s the l.x build
in pro. am provided for in the
bill. No changes were indicated,
Manon saia.
r Another committee source, de
clining to be identified, said the
Air Force chief told the committee-!
us he has said publicly
since tils' return -. that this
country, still la ahead Of Russian
air power but that the Russians
are making strong advances.
Mslinllal Decrease
WASHINGTON, July T (UP) -The
Public Health Service report reported
ed reported yesterday that there has been
a "substantial decrease" in polio
cases -in the first six months of
13156. V"
It said the 2,656 cases have been
reported throughout the nation
compared with 3,706 during the
first half of 1953. But officials
said it still is too early to deter,
mine whether Salk anti-polio vac
cine had anything to do with the
decline. -
v isjf .;v,'."..
The figures on paralytic polio
cares are somewhat less favora favorable.
ble. favorable. The 1,399 paralytic eases re.
ported so far this year are only
slightly under the 1,482 reported
during the first six months of last
year.
The health service said 258 hew
cases were reported last week,
compared with 333 during the cor corresponding
responding corresponding week of 1955. The bulk
of the new cases were In Califor California
nia California 50, Texas 41, Illinois 21 and
Louisiana 20. -
throughout the night, authori authorities
ties authorities announced they had "no
connection with the actual kid kidnaping.".
naping.". kidnaping.". A man claiming to be the kid kidnaper
naper kidnaper of one-month-old Peter
Weinberger called, a New York
television newscaster last night
with a cryptic message that may
indicate the ransom money has
been delivered. t
The message, "M-W-P-F-O-K,";
was relayed by newscaster John
K, M. McCaf fiery, who said it
was given to him by a caller
shortly before the 11 p.m. (EDT)
newscast. Mccaflery said ne naa
no choice but to relay the mes message
sage message since he had no time to In
vestigate its authenticity.
The newscaster was singled
out earlier yesterday by a man
believed to be the kidnaper wno
called Morris Weinberger, an anguished
guished anguished father ot the missing
infant, to renew his ransom de
mands. The purported kidnaper
told Weinberger he would watch
McCaffery's 11 p.m. ahow foe an
answer to his renewed, and In Increased,
creased, Increased, demands.
The message aroused immedt
ate speculation It might mean

Jim Hagerty's Grisi

Becomes Top Piecd

Of ; Political Men

'GETTYSBURG, Po.f July 7, (UP) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower read newspaper predictions that he,will stoy in the
re-election race today but passed up a chance to squejth
or confirm them. , U ''
Belief that Mr. Eisenhower will continue his second
term bid grew after White House press secretary James
C Hagerry said yesterday that he and Presidential ei ei-sistant
sistant ei-sistant Sherman Adams had talked politics with the Chief
Executive.' ;v .,

nagerry s beamina countenance suaaested that-the

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Today s morning newspapers made much of Hagertys
happy grin. i , ;

Haarerty saw the President a
gain this morninf before meet-j
ing with newsmen, e a''
, DespHe' Hagerty's refusal t
report details of bis talks with
. the President, observers believe
Mr. Elsenhower Is headed for
an early announcement, per per-j.,,
j.,, per-j.,, P .,' fv-t v "l 1
I .:y ,,d it is pofsible I'.n
President will hold a news con conference
ference conference while he Is recuperating
at his Gettysburg farm from his
Intestinal operation
ihl that the President will a
wait his return to -the White
Aside from the conversation
An tnomlno- newsnaoer predic
tlong the President will keep
runnlnr. Hagertysaid h did not
talk: poIlUca with tne fresiuem
today. 1
Th temporary White ?ouse
dropped two main clues yejter
day. Botn iea to nmo!. ui" ui"-mous
mous ui"-mous aoeculation bv White House
..v... -- t
newsmen that tne rresioci-i

yn would reaffirm hU.reb. 29,"h(rJ ,,:3 ri .. iu'f

aecision ro run
The two main clues were: .
The beamln face of Hagerty.
Hagerty wouldn't put Ms smile
Into words, but one veteran oh oh-onrtr'tiirf
onrtr'tiirf oh-onrtr'tiirf Hi ry it away."
An ontimlstlc medical reportl
later in the day on the presi president's
dent's president's convalescence. The Pres President's
ident's President's doctors said June the
day of his intestinal operation
that there was no medical rea reason
son reason why he couldnt run for a
second term. Their lateit words
a month after .the operation
seemed to leave the earlier pre prediction
diction prediction unchanged.
After hearing Hagerty .and
seeing his smiles, almost an
newsmen present believed that
Mr. Elsenhower Is still a candl candl-riflt
riflt candl-riflt irieven nut of 11 reporters
who were polled informally said
he would run. V t' .,
The President's attack Of ile ile-iti
iti ile-iti and his major operation oc
curred one monin ago.
Mr. Eisenhower has been
"Morrla Weinberger package, or
navment. found okav." 1'
The calls raised new hopes
that the child, kidnaped On the
fourth of July from the patio of
his parents' Long Island home,
still is alive.
Nassau County Detective Chief
Stuvvesant Pinnell cautioned a-
lalnst "false enthusiasm" that
the child waa alive but Welnber
ger aald the mysterious caller
told him Peter was alive and
well. Weinberger said he was
convinced the man was the kid
naper and Pinnell said "we must
assume" he was.
McCaffery also relayed to the
kidnaper on his newscast Wein Weinberger's
berger's Weinberger's appeal to- return the
child and tha promise "I am
readv to. meet vour demands.
await your call" In addition, the
newscaster made a personal ap
peal for safe return of the child,
offering to act aa iniermeoiary.
John McDonald, press secreta secretary
ry secretary for Nassau County police de
partment, announced this morn
ing that no ransom has been
paid and none has been left
where the kidnaper might pick
it tip.

v ;...;
eonfaleecinr at bis farm fof
tha past week walking, riding;
hitting come easy golf th t
and playing ith bis grand.
'Children.
"Mr., secretary," Hagerty m
asked, "if the ; president : r
said he would not Very f
!n the r1", w
iij
"I mlsiit have i pen t
one way or tha other h
piled.
ie
"You look pretty happy,". .!
But HagertT Insisted -Kt. -.v.
presslon was "no indication" of
what the President was goin
to do. It may hav been that he
was merely enjoying his part in
the guessing-gam, with news,
rnen. .. r:,.tr ..j..
The newi secretary tald 3t
and Mr. Elsenltower ; discusi
'both personal polltlca and
w irm iiuubv.
He said the President also T'.i
puiiwcai aisriiminn
t,inh.n, -------
a
trio to OettwsK.ii
from Washington was canceled
oecause oi rainy weather, i:
erty said he "listened to c e
end" of this conversation.
"Did he tell you whether-e
would run again?" Hagerty t.i
asked.
"I'm not going to iey, 3e
replied. "-. . ...,,
"You weren't dlsappointed'tu
the nature of your discussion?"
a reporter persisted. 'J?
"No, we talked politics," Hrs?.
erty said.
Havy Recalls Uczfj.
To Head Anl:rcl!c
Sfalbn In 17inl:r ;
' "WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
The Navy has recalled Capt.
linn Ronne, Antarctic explorer,
to active duty to command' n
Antarctic station to be built riJit
winter In connection with inter.
national geophysical year tax-
dies. ..
- .','- V':-v' in?
Ronne has been assigned to
the staff of Rear Adm. George
Dufek, commander of the task
force which will carry out op operation
eration operation Deepfreeze II. Dufek al also
so also commanded the operation In
Antarctica last winter. ; ;
The Navy announced that
Ronne will have charge of a sta station
tion station that will be built in the -vicinity
of the Weddell Sea, one of
six outposts to be used oy Amer American
ican American scientists during the 1957
58 geophysical year. ',
It will be the fourth expedi
tion to Antarctica for Ronne.Xe
led a sledee party which fow
that Alexander Island waa an Is Island
land Island during Rear Adm. Richard
E. Byrd's 1939-41 expedition.
Ronne took part in the 1333-
35 Bvrd expedition and com
manded his own research expe expedition
dition expedition in 1948-48, setting uo-a
bae on the Palmer Peninsula.
He discovered Edith Ronne
Land on the Weddell Sea and
confirmed that the area was an
ice-covered strait. ""
Since his last expedition. Ron Ronne
ne Ronne haSj lectured in-the, UnitH
States, Canada and v Europe a. 1
has been a consultant on cold
weather operations to varlc I
government agencies. ..



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PARKING FOR DOCTORS AND NURSES
Sir: "

A small tut rery Interesting Incident has just come -to my
attention. It is not a new event, but one that occurs spasmod spasmod-icaUy,
icaUy, spasmod-icaUy, I am told. This past week however It has been dona In

a rather "wholesale business" way. ;
Mnct nf in nn tha Tsthmiis are well aware of the spacious

ness ot Gorgas Hospital, and when we must walk from section
D to Section A or some other flsor and ward; we are just about
worn out then to top it off, sometimes we have to park down

on the last circle, almost near Et. lawes wiurcn aaa wut up
that hill and stairs. This of course is due to the fact that peo people
ple people misuse the two hour parking areas on the grounds that are
. -!... n mA n wnm iMIlt tn .ler. "''

wan dV i tiav sat hark- nnd felt so sorrv for myself when

' I have come home all worn out from that walk that I could

blow up. But all oi a suaaen i nave seen aumcwiuig uu uu-ferent
ferent uu-ferent angle. What would I do, or you either, if after that long
walk up the hill and steps, we had to work on our feet taking
care of the patients, instead of sitting down visiting them as

we do? Did you ever tnirm oi mar s -,
tyim Tiiirsp wnh work on the wards ZVt hours a day most.

lv walklne- back and forth are the ones who have tried to

park near the floors they are assigned to m order to preserve
just a Uttle of their energy art also in order to be half-way

dry on a rainy aay instead oi juiujs u wa
This last week, over half of the personnel received little red
tags, and some were white, for overpaying. There were a few
areas of course that are exempt from this "Over Parking" and
Br. well riesfenated "Chief of "Supt" etc These

few can park as long as they wish to sit behind their desks.
1 I asked one of the police officers putting a tag on a doc doctor's
tor's doctor's car (it had the MD on ItV just why, when he knew these
' folks really should have the spaces rear their work, and he
said he felt like a dirty rat doing It, but his boss had been told
by his boss who had been told by the Hospitals boss to enforce
the parking rules because the visitors didn't have eny place to
; park except I guess, "way down thar." -i-
I hate the thoughts of walking ud that hill, especially on
wet and rainy day, but I'd rather do it than have to be taken
tare of by a nurse or doctor who is suffering from leg aches,
sore feet or a runny nose, from having to work 8Vi hours in
wet clothing. Wouldn't you?
Suppose we at the Administration Building had to park our
cars at the railroad station and walk up the hill, only so that
the folks-using the .P.O. or visiting could park nearer. Sure
we'd raise all heck. Ethics do. not peimit these folks in white
to complain" about such-doings. But I for one am going to let

II it, is nem ineir nuui. m

J

M.O.L.

j UNEXCITING FOURTH

Sir: . -.
' Referring to comments allegedly made by a Balboa House Housewife
wife Housewife "My kids were disappointed" an another "Dull and flat.
I didnt even go out of the house." It these statements were
made, it is typical of the lethargy which seems to- prevail in
the Canal Zone today some people seem to want everything on
a sliver platter but they will not participate or work on any
community projects and they are the ones who always criticize
the loudest. ... v v )
People forgef that we should publicly thank the American
Legion Post No. 1 for their efforts at the last minute (one
week) In putting over the program they did, with what they
could get donated, and the rest paid for from their funds. I
am sure that the 600 adults and youngsters who attended their
open house left a satisfied fesltug. ,,.. i .-.. yt.
In the mst years over $2000 has been raised to celebrate
the 14th. How many families would have -donated $100 each
at the last minute to put across a irogram with fire works
(which cost over $1000)? So let's plan now for the 4thof July.
1857. : 1
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mm

1

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Hire!! Aiijjgy ..,R, 1

WASHINGTON (NEA- An

other State Department security

case was brought part way into
the open by ex-Sen. Harry Cain

the other day m his crusade tu ex

pose the injustices of the govern

ment s personnel risk case urines.

As a member of the Subversive
Activities Control Board, Senator
Cain has bees waging an inten

sive campaign to get the Eisen

hower administration te reform its

security system. .v

Mo name was given in con

nection with this case, so call mm

Mr. X. He was a 1941 refugee

from Vichy. France, toe senator

said. In 1952 be was charged with

being a Communist He was fired
by the government in 1953. His

lawyer had to won: tare years

to get Mr. X cleared

runner checking nas revealed

some additional facts which make

this case worth a second look. Mr.

X was a Polish Jew who escaped
to Western Europe during the Hit

ler reign of terror, eventually he

oecame an editor ot a local news

paper in the country where he had
taken refuge.

When American troops liberated

this country id World War II, Mr.
X was hired as a translator by the

old U.S. Office of War Informa

tion. When OWI was trans
ferred to the State Department at

ine end or the war, Mr. a was re

tained as a translator and trans

ferred with it.

Then came the big .loyalty In

vestigation of all government em

ployes during the Truman admin

istration, a full field investigation

was ordered on Mr. X's whole life!

and background. This meant a se

curity check in Europe.
From the police of one country
in which Mr. X had found refuge,
a report was obtained that ha had

been a Communist agent during
the war. Early in 1953 a decision
was made that Mr. X would have

to be fired on this evidence.

Under the McCarran Rirtnr then

in force, the head of every sensi

tive agency in government had full

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' WASHINGTON Quite a few
diplomatic cables were exchanged

across we Atlantic before the

MORI FRANKNESS I
Yfora ar Athar mtnlAa fum TJ

c.-t. T. . 1 V.V M-v,"-" ac-

i I oie ro arae- puoucan or conservative newspa-
track the long-scheduled visit of peri showing a much more forth forth-Prima
Prima forth-Prima Minister Nehru of India, i right approach this time to the
AU first the prime -minister was problem of the President's health:
advised informally that the Presi-, Toledo Blade:, "A great many
dents illness would interfere with doctors must have said to thern thern-the
the thern-the visit and I that while Mr. Eisen- selves that they never before
hower would be delighted to see heard a doctor speak with such op op-him.
him. op-him. briefly, most of the confer- timism about a patient right after
"J1!," done with Secretary he had undergone major surgery."
.-i'V?"11!?- : l Richard, Va., New Leader
This aid not please the Indian rnimivnK- hut atnai

premier, who has talked to Mr. senhower): "Surgery is nothing to
Dulles before and doesnt partic- laugh off. It means a strain on
ularly like h m. He hasn't forgot-jan already weakened heart..
"Sun- e,s s'ten,en sidin8 twice within a nine-month period
with Portugal in the row with In-, his body has given .way. What
dia over Goa. .. might happen m the future is
So Nehru was so burned Up atnybodys guess." ... Hal Burton
the idea 4! talk in c to' Dulles, not in N.mHv Th mmnWn th.

Ike, that his aides indicated hejtodispensable man is growing up
might not come to the UJS.A. at again in Washington. The last time
all. w cnffpPMi that mmnln tvaa

It was at this eoint that he sent whM Fr.ntiin -n.nait

?ab!eJ ft? p",sjdent 8st-l President. He was a great man,
ing that the trip be deferred until but not indispensable. Nobody is.

The moment we bit this point in
the United States we shall have
substituted an elected dictator for
an elected President." ... Hous--
inn rtimnirl- "Thai fTjuiilnnl ni.

Ify Herald ipramenled with some

Ike was fully recovered.

CONGRESSIONAL T.V. TRICKS

' There's a trick to evervthin.

mcmamg runnmg lor congress

Walter Winchell In Men Yor

BROADWAY

Roberta (Mrs. Don Lanning)

Sherwood's closing night at the
Copa is July llth after a 2-week
run. She was booked (for 3 weeks)
br Cooapa Julea Podell unseen

authority to fire any emolova on 'and unheard following sucary

security grounds, and there was notices from syndicated column column-no
no column-no appeal lists and Variety, who enjoyed

'hM '1lH flfun imihiI'I ailiM. V. n

In SDlte of this. Mr. T anant

consiaerame ume and hired a law

yer to help him get a clearance.

in we course of this tim th

Eisenhower-aecuritv tiroirram nn.

uer executive oraer iuuu reoiaeed

uie iTuman loyalty program and

execuuve oraer wa. And the Mc McCarran
Carran McCarran Rider was repealed by
Congress. ; v v i

So it became nossihlA fnr M V

to ask for reinstatement under

10450 if he could clear his record.
The Washington embassy of the
European sovernment who nn.

1. L J . i ....

uu ai ursi laenuuea Mr. A
as a Communist was asked to
make its file on him available and
did so.

What it revealed wax that Mr.

X had been an active Zionist The

country in which he had Uken

f.efue had been anti-Zionist at theJtracta until he returns . "You

time the police report had been

made. Because of Mr. X's activi activities
ties activities for Zionism he had i been

watched by the police and thev

had put him down as a Commie.
After World War II. the policy

of this European government

cnanged from anti-Zionist to sup support
port support of Israel. So the police record
was changed to show that Mr. X
had not been a Communist after
all..- -:-r--' , ....., ..

With this shift in evidence, Mr.
became eligible for reinstate

ment He was re-employed last
February and given nearlv three

years back pay.
This record can Of course be
cited as evidence of the unfair unfairness
ness unfairness of a system which fires gov-

fauu, evidence M f Fr "en (just back from
la'1.? ,?7anceY touring with the "Painma fim

uui n u a iso Deing cueo to snow National Comnanvi inn ni
that the Eisenhower aaonrltu irff'V0!?.11'' Continue

ituutMia. man inn nin imiman rnuai. . t vvv

naione, the thrush (leading the

covered her song-art in an ob obscure
scure obscure Miami Beach cafe last Jan January
uary January Mr. Podell's confidence
in the Show-Biz Bible and the
newspaper paragraphers paid off
with socko business . Miss
Sherwood, who waited most of her

life for her first New York book booking
ing booking (raising 3 handsome sons), has

a life-time deal at the Copacabana
every June . The Cooa news

paper ads now show her wearing
the Copa bonnet. This is known

as Mr. Podell's "Oscar" ....The

last star to be so honored was

Lena Home ... Mervyn LeRoy.

the Hollywood film aiant. caucht

her act the other midnight before
going to Europe . He chatted

with Roberta after the crowd fi

nally let her get off stage and

toid ner not to sign any film con

might be cast aa 'Tueboat Annie

in 'Anna Christie' he said .

But what we started out to report
is that Roberta's closins night at

the Copa (Wednesday, July llth
from 7 to 10 p.m.. the first show)

1 1 aa 1

wui oe ior ine Bravest & Finest

una ... All proceeds to widows
and orphans of New York City
Police and Firemen killed in ac

tion . The proceeds will b

matched by one of tha Broadway

Crowd . New Yorkers who

prefer ringside news are invited

to applv to this col'm What
am I bid? Donations are
deductible . First $200 came
from Val Ernie's Jumping Brook
Country Club, Neptunen N. J.

VTSii.

lenient than the old Truman loval

ty program, which was often
called "soft" on communism. Un Under
der Under tha ITieanhniv .aaupJIu

tern there is provision for righting

wrongs, once tney are uncovered.
SIOYcnscn Mods
ViJh Dcfcsste J

In Kebrasb, lova
OMAHA, Neb.i July 7 (UP)
Artlai E. Stevenson today met with

Ncoraska and Iowa democratic i

delegates to the Natioal Conven

tion. ; :.
, The candidate for the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic presidential nomination was
scheduled to fly for Des Moines,
Iowa, shortly after a luncheon

date with the Nebraska delegation.

After a dinner meeting with the

lowa delegates, Stevenson lpanned

to return to uucngo.

The former Illinois governor

"pent yesterday motoring through
lmiight-stricken areas of Iowa,
Nebraska and Missouri, dropping
n unannounced on 2farmcr.
He said the visits were impromp-

u to avoid appearances oi a
'whistle-stop campaign."

"I was just trying to find out
vhat the situation is. and how the

mdwestern farmer feels, the can candidate
didate candidate explained. ,. .
' At a press conference last night.

tevenson said he had been sound sound's
's sound's out the farmers for opinions
'i a "genuine soil conservation
loyram." He added that most of

Jie farmers seemed interested.
Stevenson promised newsmen

that he would release a statement

summing up his impressions of his
toi-r through the blighted areas.
He said his criticism will be of offered
fered offered in the form of corrections
aid improvements that might, be
made.

Copa production numbers), is a
Godfrey winner. She is On Her
Way, too . Recommended:
Johnny Squeri's French-Italo cui

sine at 305 E. 50th. It is getting
a hefty play from celebs ; ...
Lenny Kent's fastest crack at a
Copy kidder: "Mister, vou mnt

be from Texas?'' . 'Yes, from
Dallas!" replied the ringsider .

"Why are you In New York." Kent i (the Little Club nianotablel has

trigger'd, "to buy it?'! The been signed for another year by
one that "threw" us was Kent's landlord William Reed, former

i nave a request, but I'm gonna time-stepper i . Orson Welles
stay on, anyway!'.' .. v Cong, has gone stark mad over. Roberta,

rfamei nooseveit ana urs. Irene too. : ... ",;.y

Owens, (the newlyweds, who first
Read it Here) made seven denials

on the front pages . Bellyrina

weiia Ates (of "Fanny") was at

the Spindletop with her new (shall
we say?) Protege He is
Farok Aulpkurt, famed Turkish

caricaturist ; This Prob'ly Is

Itl ",:--:.:'yy..- j

The O'Dwyer Brothers (Bill and

Paul) closed a deal that puts them
in the N. Y. contraction bis .
Bill's first big step back to The
Big Burg? . Their first job
will" be: a medical center in the
Bronx .. MGM's next click wi!!
be ."Somebody VP There Likes
Me," the story of popular boxer

Rocky Graziano. Perry Como's
platter (from the ; sound-track)
stays in the heart; and ears .
The President's brother Milton, I
am told, is now the "most im important"
portant" important" man in the Dept of State.
Even superseding Mr. Dulles .
Two New York .girls aroused the
interest of Vegas sheriffs last
week. Posing as kin of the' Mc Mc-Guire
Guire Mc-Guire Sisters while the Mc Mc-Guires
Guires Mc-Guires were there! . s The Blue

Angel owners will go to AGVA,

uic iiiuii uiuuD a necessary;,
to force producer L. Sillman

r2:y:

Sammy Kaye's romantic 1. d.

calls are to Connecticut socialite

Marge Milano . ; Lifeguards at

the Hotel Brickman pool South

Fallsburg) voted Miss Mansfield

"the body they'd most like to res.
cue", v.' Peace is Hell Dent:

Gen. Nathan -Twining's aide, Col.
Wm. McVey had to accompany
him to Moscow. Leaving his brand

new bride in Washington

Roseland, Ballroom honors Nick
Kenny with a gold plaque (for
his romantic song poetry) at a

roloh poddy on the 10;h . They

;-j.y. ;... -.1. l, ,.,. ,jt a-or Wag Wagner
ner Wagner to rescind the order to fire
Commissioner of Correction Anna
Kross. . The White House Brains
Dept. (led by Sherman .Adams)
is grooming Milton Eisenhower for
the Repub top spot in '60 .
Is" Bill O'Dwyer handling Sarah

Churchill's rumored Mexicancel-

lation? ... Gary Crosby's GI
mail is mainly, to Jeanne Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson . Broadway Confucius Say:
Some people never become suc successes
cesses successes and some successes never
become some people.
Americans who refuse to fight

Commies should be interested in

New Faces") to allow his atarthe headlines from Poland. Now

" w uw oooxing iney know what happens to a

thtre. Was to open yesterday.

TWA told its Mutual Network

reporter that the traeedv in Ari

zona marked ine first time there
has-been any passenger fatality
on Constellation equipment in the

U. S. . mat over 13 billion

passenger miles have been flown
in absolute safety prior to this dis disaster
aster disaster i We TWA'd about 13
times (between the Coasts via the
midnight sleeper) in the last lt

montns .-, Never a Bumo.

The press covering the Monroe-!

Miller hoopdeedo is trying very

hard not to blame the appoint-

ment-Dreaiung playwright for the
motor crash death of the lovely
Paris Match correspondent .

Lynn Stanton, a newcomer eyeful-

canary, is the star : at Matty's
Town Crest on 49th between 6th
k t7h . Go buy Mary Small's
latest platter, "Dino"' v. Zach Zach-ary
ary Zach-ary Scott (of H'wood) was at the
delightful Colony featuring his usu usual
al usual gold earring . Kurt Maier

country when Reds take over .
Geo. Foster and-Mort Green (of
the Perry Como words Dept.) sold
their initital original to Columbia
Pictures chief Harold Cohn. Title:
"The Duke From Hoboken.
George (Cloom) Wood (of the Wm.
Morris Agency) locked it up .
Rocky Marciano (the great, retired
chamn) ia maklnc hia nam rfeala

for TV and mags without former
manager Al Weill. Confirminj
what we said? . Muriel Fischer

(the p r e 1 1 y Scripps Howard
author) will wed Jack Katz, a
medico . Robert Moskin (ex-

m. e. at Woman s Home Comp.)

starts at Collier's in Aug .

Bob Hope's Jimmy Walker biog
film (based on Gene Fowler's

best-seller, "Beau James") will be
narrated by WW. (Thanks for the

medal:.

Topic A among the Llndy's com comics
ics comics was the divorcing Martin
Lewis doing 21 straight hours on

TV . "Maybe." chicked a tol-

umnist "they're trying to kill

each other."

When Congressman Bill Ay res of i justification that millions ef Amer
Ohio and Glenn Davis of Wiscon-llcan voters may feel a little sick sick-sin,
sin, sick-sin, both Republicans, decided to'ened. nerhapa if thev feel or know

fly some balloons at the congres- that Ike's expectation of life is
sional baseball game, the Demo- being sacrificed on the altar of the
cats tried to stop them. . I Republican party. ' '

Ajrrei ana uavu, oeuig imani

politicians, knew that the annual

DaseDaii game between the Dem

ocrats and Republicans would be

WASHINGTON WHIRL
S' .. i ; i j : a

Tom Dewey told friends in Wash-

.aa.r i uui a-r vi vAa

reieviseo. so tney prepared some mgton lsst week: "I'll be' seeing
balloons marked "Ayres is a sure you in 1957." They took this to
hit," "Davis is your Friend," and 'mean the dapper ex-New York
ordered them delivered to the ball governor intends either to run for
park. But they made one mistake.'the Senate.or to join the Eisen Eisen-pey
pey Eisen-pey ordered employees of the hower administration. Most likely,
Post Office Department to put he'll replace John Foster Dulles
them on a mail truck for transpor- gecretary of stata i the
tation to the stadium. (Republican national committee is
Whereupon tha Democrats got f fur ?e ,wi run. despite his
wind of this proposed use eft he health, that ft. has ordered Neon
taxpayers, money for purely polit-'f"?""11 '8s witn "ame in
ical purposes, and Postmaster : ,SecretiIT 01
Morris of the House of Represent "uson put his own judgment ahead
tatives stopped the truck. After the combined warnings of aU
that, Davis and Ayres had to hire e intelligence agencies when he
their own truck. They got the pub. ?une eonfidently t that our
licity, all right, but ta least the B-52 is "greatly superior
taxpayers didnl have t pay for m flA and distance" to the

IT-.... j ...... oiei disuu. uiiciugcuta icpuiia
:.t :": yi agree that the Bison and the B-52

. O.O.P. PRESS ON IKE

This newspaperman's mail has

are nearly equal, in performance
. Wilson also claimed the Rus Russians
sians Russians have no tanker planes to

increased as a result f tbe Pres-,,"61 ?ison,.m fliSht- Thjs
ident's illness. Most of my read-ignores mteUigence reports that

ers seem to be most sympathetic nti wng-range pomoer. ine
toward Mr. Eisenhower, but want fert h" been converted into a
aU the facts about this health. I huge, ahrborne tanker It was

mlav nuaun. tnt;iuciiinii,Y, nuu in insisted
sisted insisted that Russians couldn't buii
a long-ranee jet bomber f-r j- -to
come. Yet Russia i' p v 1 .1-
cluciiig E;'----n'j thiT t
as we arc u.uini I m
been confirmed by pict"' s d it it-sons
sons it-sons flown over Moscow in broad
daylight.

Some of them," Republicans, be

lieve UUP leaders are taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of the 'President, impos imposing
ing imposing on l.im. raking his life further
by c :tihe run fm.
A ffv f t.i rritici.:d my
columns on 1 .c's 1 u.lt.
On the other hnd, some of the
outstanding Republican publishers
in the natiun have been extremely

frank, much franker regarding the.

seeona illness tnan regarding we
first. ?.). '- : .,.-; ;

Wrote John S. Knight of the De

troit Free Press, Miami Herald,
Akron Beacon-Journal and Asso

ciated Newspapers:
"The seriousness of the Presi

dent's illness has been minimized
by friendly editorialists who point
to Adlai Stevenson's operation for

kidney stones; Harry Truman's
gall bladder operation; the recent

surgery on uov. Avereil Harri

man's prostrate gland; Senator

Lyndon Johnson's heart attack:

and Senator Stuart Symington's
sympathectomy for high blood

pressure va 1347.

"How Idle and misleading ft is

to pretend that the President, a

former heart case and chronic suf

ferer from gastric disturbances,

can rniiy regain nts old vigor. But

in ineir anxiety over the future.

the Republican strategists and the
big guns in the business world
are determined to have Ike run,
even though he may not 1 last
through a second term under the
pressures of the Job." I

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END OF THE ROAD This car went shopping with tragic consequences. Sitting amidst the
-counters of a hardware store in Columbus. Ohio, death was Its only purchase. The driver of
the car, Walter J. Moore, 46, suffered an epilectic seizure while driving, and lost control. The
car shot across a street, and plowed through the plate-glass window into the store. Shirley
Seymour, 11, was killed, while her sister Marilyn, 6, and another man were seriously injured.

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BALBOA! Otol. Seiboa atoee.
Sotim oundaj m-w
LiUSToBAL: American U
r&ervice Sunday 10 M em J10
RIO ABA JO: houee MO.
Sunday 4-30
Unitarian
UNIIAJUAH
wam
UJ BJB
Bldg. tsa
Ancon Blvd.
Mamey Fu
tout- Invitation
uberel
- religion.
ptist
' C(KOU 1 AFT1ST CHliRCH
' s Phon
.......
Trinii4 Union
sloK WadncsdaT'
130 pja-
Mcxidar each monw
aa Blow oww
lG Saturday
IS Ml
'tnttrt battibi cmmcB
fcrt Ancoo Boulrrard
Dtwr "V Balboa Hlh
phoat BalbM lit!
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ln,Uy 8ool .Jf? "!
aotiuni Worthtp ..v;...... W JJ
BapUtt riimna OnloB .... MJ
m,.n.iiauc Samoa......... lao P-
PrTyar Martini Wla
Uya ........?
Wil S. Blbla Study
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. 5 rasi APnst cmnicH
ularaarita.
ev. Frtd B. i
t :S am
nunaaj oni .i it 00 am
Baptist
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WdHhlD imiw r
, Imui Turlava
. 1:09 Pn
W M.O., Ht Sr yay
G A., H A. & Sunbeam,
S SO P4M
' i
1 t.aiili.
1 8 PACIFIC S!DS
PANAMA C
Ca,vi &
. H. Grant
buV-t. h..u. 2J-200M
11:00 iioins Meeting.
, 3:00 M.naay ocnuu..
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA C i.
Lieutenant PanT CampheB
Build4 Ko. 1W. phon,! 1"285f
il:00 Uotmeu Meeting.
3 H)0 Sunday School.
. 7 JO Salvation Meeting
PARAiRO, CX. "'VKifff i
Envoy dc Mra, C. t Mowley
Guiara Sueet
jl.-OO H'U'neai Meeting.
340 Sviiday SchooL 1 1 1
IM hvaUon. Meeting i
1MB ATLANTIC JIDS i
4
COL0H CEHTKAt -mIm
i'aok. and Mrs. C.
14th Street Phone: -JAJ,
llnxj Hoiinea weciina
3:00 Sunday School
l-3n autlvatioa Meeting.
i COLON 1H1KU STHtfci
Captain Syalin Taylor
lixn t:ounesa nnuaa -J:00
Sunday School.
IM StdvauoB Meeting.
KAIHBOW CITY, CJL
Povey J. Gill
St Kitta and Jamaica Strait.
11:00 Honeai Meeting,
' 8 00 Sv nday School. I a
' 1:30 Salvation Meeting
i
U f"ppl
There aO Pre-rtah eaaparata
ejauty ta oaienuala, liberty la
aaaeatlala and char'rv la aH
TBS ATLANTIC BIDS
GATUM
Ber. Bay Blakalf. Paatet
, Phone S-J5S
g:4S Church School
11:00 Worship Service.
S:4S p.m. Sr. Youth ro11owahtp
4:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Pellowilup.
MARGARITA
The Rev. Paul B. W. Olandar, Paatoa,
Phone S-l3. ... .
1 30 B'hle School.
10:U Worship service aad Chureh-tinM
Stunwry. '.
$ M Tooth PalloaTahiav
THB PACIFIC SIDB
BALBOA
1 he Oscar W. Olwa, Patter
Plboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phone 3-HBO Church Office t-31Sl
f jo Church School Free bus aery ice
-Panonage Diacuanon Groun.
UJ0 Worahip Service The Kxpaoded
Seeaioa for Muraeey. Kindergartan.
Primary and Junior Deota.
Church-time Nuraarv tea chSdran
under J.
g-00 Junior-High Feltowshtpi ,
g:00 Poat-Hiett Fellowahip.
10 Seriiop-tuin Fellovsbip,
CAMBOA
nr. Walhar at Atderton. Mmlster.
Office Phone g-470-Residence Pbont
a-130.
10:00 am.' Unified Service of Worship
tor children, young people and adults.
f 1.ll.A4ief
IvikftaivwIJt
rHk MrTHOOMT CHURCH
IRrltt'b Omiereneel
Bar. WllHam H. Armstrong
13th St. Panama City
t'"0 a.m. Mnrnlnp Prayer and
3 ) a.m. Sunday School
7:1 o m- Iwninf Fravat ana fTiiiima
IWIMTY SM.iHODUtl Luuaca
7 tat Street end Meiendes Avenoe,
Colon. BP
Rev. Samuel Walden, MLnlater
t:3u ajn. -Idomrns Service ano Moll
Communloa
3 pm. Sunday Scttoot t
7 13 am Evening tallica.
(Holy Communion lat Sundays!
K.iinday. 1J0 O-m Prayer Meeting
sBF-NfcrtM MKrHiHIWI CHl'ltCal
Rainbow City CZ
Rev Samuel BValden. Minutai
Su,km .ervtcea 0 em ano a.ss
Srhnnl X" all area at 0:30 pJB
"Vooi lavltartoa To sfnrahht.
T ieaday I pjs. Prajrel Meeuna.

. Chevthea a At mea reitae la Mm CimI Zeae, aad rae refejiael
cities a Panama aad Ceien, Pimm, eitead walcsmt
4 a trass H mm mi nmm mi Km awed aarvkaa, end tw OTiUet
vfgkkan, friends m4 engagers, -
. A peenr service, th The FiMai Aawrkaa lie Wn, ki
dapaasjaarinas. aatkat at kente at nki sad ether refulei ectrvaSea.
Ueriafs afa rereted trees Him a tarn. PeaeasiaeNeae heviag
aajy aaa a raw taagmitiiai art fated eae. "Otae. Caarchee Aad
Urtkm." A eeeeiel Satiat u maladee) Ht services a Army Beam,
" Ait Mw fcataa ead Haral atetiaaa. V
Aiiaiatera, chatcR secretaries aad chepleias art asked la aaafni
the a aw desk ia writiaa by Wednesday mm at Mm Una) at aa
." caeaeea lat Urn caaiiai Satataar'a church mm.

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auiwriAM aciKNU uwRUnee
M Church ot Christ Scwnu. Anew
MO Ancoo tailTO
Sunday 110: Weoiiesdw tset)
Sunday School t JO W J.-
13th Street Bolivat Highway
Sunday Srtmol '.j '.j-Sunday
Sunday '.j-Sunday 110 am. Wednesday l
Cetbnc
B u t. u a
.nrt 1:00 pm. thuraday. baiort
rirrt rrlday: 7j00 Jo P-.
Ulraculoua aiadal Novaoat I a
OB. Mondays, aa aiaal
Catccnuu ia
fa1ft:hool Stud, Qua l P j
Wadnaaday. - ....
1 1 A?."Trrl am
Holy Day maaaaai tdtS a.aw an J ojw
P-? -.. I4 laiM and
5?in3-WNIaM Fir-
8mU aaSi TDawuaoat 10 p 0
Tbunday. v. r
am iini or rATMA-Cauma"
Sunday Ma at :... X '.. i
ar?y. -. ...i., ja ta 10
f tarniini wimh
ajar.,i. r'1
Sunday Maaaaa at 10 and $M (kM.
SS, bay Mataat r.P
30 to 7 fc im ta
Owe ni" r
Miraeulout MadaJ Kovaaar 1 fM-
I ST. WctOTB-raaaaO JCH v;
at lt ialla M Saturday tha lUaaaa art
? ..5.1 to IK and
ftS Tpm ibundayt batora .ffbat
"SawHL Wtaat Havana and Sta-
Ho "of STCroa. Ki,lJ0
Catechism CUaM Altai ."
SlConTr CUaM
Thucaday. 11
- ST. THKKFSA'S CatoB
Sunday Mawi: : ani.
Holv Dy iaw: .W aJB.
on B""".7 ,'. i nn in. en
3 "1 to I If-
12. I
end 3 "0
Yter Pay ':.
Prl. and St ,t rn
v mawi: 3 'il a.m.
.v0 ajn, to O.uu
Holy ty .,
"..lona; 3:30 to 430 and IM to
MmJTo-.' Wda, 10
:TO-.-, a-m a,m. en Sunday
: TciIaTMondiy 10
ST. THntirs-la
Sunday
"ifJi 1 30 to IM pm.
Trlday. ThuradaJ
Canvan waa r
" ATLANTIC BIDS
mm iKvpii,awra)J
Sunday Mas,-:
Holy Day
Dav auaaae.
"conlion Saturday t W to 10 and
' MirMedal Hovena) Waijnaidiy
CIS and 10 PJ" ,L. J
Sunday Evening Service. 00 P :
Convert Claaa:. 7:1 pja. aa Monday!
and Thursdaya.
Catacniant cia", j
11 iVVrnT 3:00 pm. to 4:00 pm.
"T Hi 0Ultlm ef Moat Bleav
sTc4STra-RepoalUo. at 130
ajn. Saturoay
First Sauirniy ,,u'""-:
. Th Holv Konry a0 a.m.
vimi rwmnunlon
atiwUona tor chil-
dren Mondays ana
Tburadaya 4.00 to
utaianrtAtTB MrnaT CrtsttMl
Sunday Masses: 70. 3:00 and 10 M I
Holy Day, Masses: SMl w ajn.
1 .-a jy lUm and
Coniessions: oaiuj". "il
7 AO to 3:00 im. After Bosaxy
Miraeulous Medal Hovenai SOS
70 pm. an "anaay. :
Cateeiuan waas. auiaa-
STnWdsrtpoaotl OH day during
tha School Year.'- ; ';:,.,-
First Mturoayi aiaaa i mm.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH Marfarlts
Sunday Masses: 7.00 and WO aJn.
Holy Pay Miami 4:00 ajn. and ids
"confessions! 40 to 10 and Yt to
g00 pjn. Saturday.
Miracunus aseoaj nenaaai av s.
on Monday.
Church History taroup every
at 7 JO pjn. m,;L'
Teen-Aaf wuai i pm an yieunea-
day. .;
Catecntsm Class: sn p.m. -i-nuraoay.
First Friday DevoUons: 70 p.m.
Inqulry-Diicuasion Croup every Fri
day 7 JO p.nv i
av vricrrNTit Kilnhew City
Sunday Masaees: tJO ajn. and 10
.m.
Holy Day Miami 40 ajn. and 40
H m
Confessions: 40 ts 30 and 70 to
3:00 p.m. Saturday,
tatacntam i:iasa: io:u a.m. on aunaav.
Convert Claw every Monday at 10
pjn.
Miraculous MadaJ Havana! 10 pja
on Tuesday.
Sacred ttean noreni! lav pm en
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCrTTlOJt CstOa
Sunday Mass: 4:13 am
Holy Day Mass: 10 p.m.
Confaasions: t JO to 70 p.m. on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 40 am an Monday
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gambia
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 3 JO am
Holy Day Mamas; 4M am. and 30
pjn
Confeastont Saturday si 74) pjH and
alter au evening oevouons.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novena: T40 BJa
on Tisday.
Sacred Heart Novena i 7 -00 aja as
Friday. .
Sunday School: 1:30 pm. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Coll
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con
ducted in Spaniahti 10 p.m en tao
day t
convert instructions dv apnointmant

Episccpil-

lai U. In L Haaet Cmhv -T D,
Tha Very Bv. Maiacrt I. Pctanaa
-'( laNCUN, VA
TBS CATHEDRAL OP ST. UIRS
SUNDAYS T.(
I'M mn Holy Communioo. -40
a 4a Santa Communion (ttfe Sua
. day). ;
1:90 a m. Church School.
0:4b .aa. Escuela DomirueaL ,M
11 M l av Kornini Pravcr and Sermon.
. Holy Communion. (Fint Sun
day).
. f M pm. iveninf Prayar and
1:30 am.. Holy Communion.
10 pn Cvenlna Prayer. i-
HOLY DAYS
IMiji Holy Communion. -1-30
a JO Holy Communion. --
.i DAILY
8 :1 a aa. Momlna Prayer.
U0 Mi.-da Miationary Prayen.
CHURCH OP OUR SAVKIDS
Third Street, Mew Criatooal
Tha Ber, Itiltoo A. Cookaon. Pattat
SUNDAYS -.
Holy Communiaa
ri l. t-. i i
IM am
.uuwu 0uwui .......
'') PaaM ajn
Momma rrayar
and Sermon
Ut a a
trim aundaT, Holy
Veener Senrica and
Youtn Ffllowahin OA) aja.
Holy Communiaa 1:30 am
Ciaotr Beheartal .......... IM pja.
a uouse ai reayar wet ail people.
COCOU
camra af at.
Tha lav. William W. Baldwin. Priest
i to Charge
SUNDAY
Hnlv Commimlaa
Family Prayer.' and Church fchoel,
9 ja am ; :
Morning Prayar and sermon 13. aja
(H.C. fust Sunday in Moataj.
Evening Prayer. 7:30 pm :.
Weekday Praver 340 am
-' COBOtAl ( i. '-
hapel W the Goad Shepherd ?
Tha Ray, Clareaee Hajas
M am gver Friday: Mormnf Play
''&. 1st titm!M:!JMM
' at Blaaaai'a Chaich
Tha Rev. John Spear. Priest ia Charge
SUNUAIS
Momine Pravar. lsx ana are.
Sundays 1030 4JI.
Hniv inznmiinifm ana
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays lt'Jt am
Sunday acnooi .......... a w pan.
Youth Fellowship pm
Evening Prayer, ........... 10 pm
Girls' Friendly aociety ,M. e:w pm
vrmrKTUVl t
Evening Prayer and SsrpiaBX; t0 PJ.
THURSDAYS ,
Holy communion ......... wimmm
U'nmin'i AlnrlHary. and and
4th Thursdays 7 JO pm
, f. LA BOCA '
ai a.tpr'a f hiireh
t Jolin fciiear, r,iel la ChiTge.
- S .
... ,i E,vi,vt K f J a ..i
i "...g p'yr ail. 0 b. j'
It) a.m. . .
CbUiusot Eucharm, era ounosys iv
a.m.
l "iy Baptum i:oo p.m.
V vensone" and Sermon 70 IS,
MON DA i S THRU SATURDAl 3
Holy Communion ......... i:wa.m.
Evening Prayer ... ..... 7 0 ajn.
icrent Sahirriava. Comnllne 7:30 am
1st TUESDAYS 3rd MONDAYS
Wetnap Auxiliary
-. MARGARITA
Charek ef St Margaret t
Corner at Ripavd Ave., Braxos Blvd.
The Fiv. Mutea 4U
SUNDAYS
1 30 a re. Church scnaat
:30 anv Morning Prayer
(1st Sundays, Holy Communion)
4 JO o.m. Confirmation Inatnicuona.
- rAUO aiscti
- fmaaet at The Holy Cemferter
Ten. U Shirley, Priest to Charge
Every Tuesday 3:30 a m. noiy uom
a .. PARAISO s ...
' -'St Alban's Chanaj
v Tat Rav. David A. Oaheesa,
a Priest In Charge
ttlRnin J
gml am Choral Eucnarna awtan
12:00 nouu Inlanl Baptism
S 0 n.m. Church School -;-(held
in Building 131)
3:00 pm Youth FeUowshfp
T :00 n ra. Evensong and Address,
9nl AND-3rd WEDNESDAYS
I JO a in. woman's Auxiliary ana Al
tar (Mild Meeting.
, PANAMA Cm? ''. :
St Paul's Chm-eh
The Yen. Lemad B. Shirley, Rertea
The Re. Fits a AtwalL Deaeea
SUNDAYS
IM am Holy communion
e -an .jn. Ri)n. Eucharist as Sermon
10:45 in Morning Prayer and Church
School (
130 nor rToty Bsntisns
T :00 h.m Bolemn Van
TUESDAYS
3:30 s m Holy
WEDNESDAYS
, 00 inv Holy Communion
7-00 pm Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
S SS a m. Hnhr CaanmuniflBl
HOLY DAYS
O OOLm. Holy cenmumon.
CHBtsT aruRcn by-the-su
, Colon. H.deP '
' lOppsslte Hotel Weamtnetont
The Van. Mslaerl 1. retenan.
The Be Hear A. Blake
; -. i Associate ttecter
P." SUNDAYS
4a a n. Hnlv CnmmuntanL
00 am Chora) Eucharist and Siiaien
10 SS a.m Church School Session
TJt em Solem"
-r' WEDNESDAYS '. t.
IM am Holy Communion.
' V-as mm Kvmina Prayer al
t JO am Ad'ilt Confirmation Class
. .. THUBaDAYB .:.
S0 em Prayer Oult.
FRIDAYS
S4g am Children's riirtasrist
SATURDAYS
. 100 am Junior Confirmation Class.
Visa an ComoHn m Meditation.
HOLY DAYS
$rOt am Holy Communion, ':
BAIN BOW art
Chan ef St Mary, the Vtrgto
; 1 The Bey. Joha A. SpaMmb
: Priest to Charge : i 1
rminita .-
a.ma s.urhsrlst .... 17 SJB
Churm School ..... .v..., 0:43 a m
Evem-ei and Sermon .... I JO pm
THintsnAVs. -M.-.
Holy ticiununion. ....... iiw em
GATUN
Bt GeoTie's Chwrrh
Tha Rev. John A. BpaJsmf.
Prleat tn I nana ,
1st AND 3rd 6UNDAYS
Holy communion ......... swam
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Momirg P-ayet
and Serrrrn .' t4t a.m
Church School, each Sua. lOJt am
1 auo awAJO
St CklMtephei'l Charra,
10 St ParsM lafew
. 1 Bev Clareaee W Hayaa.
Priest la Charge
Hon rommnne 10 em
Sunday School ............ IS Jt SJn
- '.ira, aVattneaaava a aa
W7!DNPfDYS
Baptisms I to aja hJ ft 4th Sun
lays
Cvenuii Praver- Hi Ms Saady 3 am
) and 3rd Sundays
Woman'" Auxiliary and A ttk Sun da v
- EvennMii and Sarmon'
1J0

0lh:r Cbrch:sV
CHCBCB OP THE HAZABKNB
- Ancan. CIV.
Mloteter: Rev. Elaaer. O. Nebn
Boa Mk Ancoo, Ci, Balboa MJX
Sunday School ........... t:45 aja
Momma Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
Youth Service (:5 pja
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
NJJH.5. Service ... 10 p m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... I JO pan
' NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama BP 23rd Street East 1
Rev. S. 3L Bra am. kluuster

SUNDAY: ;
Divine worenip ........... w:w a.m
Sundav School 3:00 n.m
Sunday Masses ...... ....1 1:43 U:45
Hit. na. SUP.
0 BJaV,. ,
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Thursdays at 7 JO pm. and
Sundays al t:uv pm. win jsemonu
got Balhta Road, Balboa.
' emmen op FESus christ
OP LATTEB-DA1 SAIMTS (MonMal
Sunday meetings to the JWB-USO. La
Boca Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest Priest-hwwl
hwwl Priest-hwwl s 30 a m.Jleetins: Sunday School.
t Ji aJits Sacrament Meeting, 10 JO aja
Atliatic Bnata
Buttdlng :
aoo, Bcnooihousa Hoaa.
Cat
a tun. CSnal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 364 or CriatObal IW
Sunday acnooi joaw lav aunoay aae-
rement Meeting 4:30 pjn. Pneshood
Meeting 4:34 p.m. Wednesday prinary
3:30 pm Wednesday Belief society meet
ing, as announceo.
vvauiwir rstvsaaaauia
- ' CHURCH'
'. Rev. Paul Holloway, Pastes
Office, Curundu 1103
' Home, Curundu 7114
Sundav School
i
t:S
Morning Worship ............11 ajn.
Youth MeeUng aga)a, arM p.ul
Evening Worship ...... ..... 1 pj
' i OLD CATBOUC CHURCH i ,-.
V 1 St BaeaaeJ Iks Archangel
lltb St West No. 1
Rare Cuchsrlsti Sunday m (JO am
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
tdft am
Sacrament at Unction f Hearing Ber
yl re) tint aunoay at eaca monu)
HsUbet
. Panama B P
. Bt Bay. T. wanes. D. P.
Mornina aeyotlo a ........ aJB
rellowship Worship) at U0am
Sunday School at ............ e0 pm
uivint Bernee a? lie puav
BAHA'I CENTER ;.I
r: BAHATS CENTEB N
' (4 First Street
Orbanlzadon El Carmen, Panama Clto
. informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays.., ""Oj
. Celea, ttk dk Freed Streets ; ...
- (asslaln Aaaerkaa Basasx)
Study CUsses Thursdays, I JO pm
" ; BETHEL Mission CHURCH
I'.,' i Espalaba St, Paratoo, CZ.
Rev Waldaba K Stewsrt, Paster
Sunday: IM am Worship 6ervlce.
IM pm Sunday School,
7:1S pm Gospel Service. t i
: Monday! 7:30 Youne Peoole's Society
' Wednesday; TJ Mid-wesk Christlaa
reiiowsnip. :
Thursday; 3:00 Choir ReheanaL
Friday: 7:10 Women's Missionary
d,ty
TUB PrTURCH OF GOT) 1
- 7033 Klihtb Street Celen
Rev. G. W. Grsndisoa. Fa.lor
.mi?:.v $ hnl O .ifl a.m.
. (V ...sh.o ............ li D a.m.
U .iviie ..... 7.0 pm
i: T CHURCH OF GOD
Cer. Jamslca and Trinidad Sta,
Rainosw City, Canal Zeae
Hey. O. W. Grandissa. Paster
Morning Worship ........... t:0t am
Sunday School .............. 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ................ IM pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
' Mrs. Maada Hiaas. Paste
Sundav School ............... 100 am
Morning Worship 110 am
Night Service 7 JO pm
TBI CHURCH OF COD -K
' Panaaag City
Car. "N" and MarlaM Areeemens Sis.
- Key. fa i. Till ails rsstet
Sunday School- 0 JO am
Mom ins woranin sv:ae
Night Service 1 JO pm
TUB CHURCH OF GOD Bla Asaje
Monte Osenre nellta at.
Rev. Wnv. J. JefcaiBB Paster
Bimilsv Schoo OJ0 am.
Unmlne Wnnhln -. 10 JO am
Night Service JO pm
COMMUNITY CHURCH
' DiaMe MeigMs, CX ,-
(Ftdl Gospel)
Special Engineers Bldg, Diablo Heights
nunaav ocnow, ....,-..
Worship Service 10:43 am
Vmith Sarviea 7:40 p.m
Evangelistie Service ...... 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Bible Study Prayer I JO pm.
' CHURCH OF GOD (PewtotoitsD
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer -Phone
0-423, Box 233. Gamboa
m....h-a a P.ral.n. CL1 IRe. I
Kama a. Whvtet Colon. R.P.
(Rev. remsnaa Mrencei, nio auai
Brr. and Mrs. Charles Hsynes), sno
Catlva (Re, and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdays services
al all
churches.
Posts and Bases
, PACIFIC SIBB
, Pratoataat
may luinnt -
v. .. .... nn
Sunday Bctiooi ........,.... "Y
u.nin Wnrahln 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School....' 100
TORT CLAYTON .
jjunoay scuwa iswiuwi
124) ''
Morning Worship
wr-.lnn.H.-r r.vMiin Pravar Meet
00
10:13
tnr and Bible Class ........... IJ0
FORT KOBRE
ciiMiat N-nflM iHuuoina mm
707) 0:30
lUnmlna Warahln 10:43
Evening Bible Study 4 JO
ALB ROOK AIR FORCE BASE ;
Sunday School v-7"
Adult Bible Osss NCO Club)., t JO
Morning Worship ..tO A 10:43
Youth Fellowship :"
Eevenlng Worship 1J0
U.S. NAVAL STATION.
Simdsy School
Mnrninl Worshln ....
110
Holy Communion First Sunday
- of Month) 1 V-
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
U.l. rnmmiimon tKnlaconal)... TJO
Morning Worship 1:00
Holy Communloa First Sunday
af ttontbl
CatheBe
FORT AMADOB
Daily Mans ..
130
4:00
7:30
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
4:30 Al
Sunday ...
t JO as
00
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mw
Sunday Masses
Confejsionn, Saturday
Sunday Mass ........
FORT KOBBE
0:43
.7:45 At 1:00
.7Jt l:0
10 JO
Saturday Mass
' Sunday Masses
3-00
t0
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Spanish .................
COROZAL
Daily Mass
- No. 7111 740 A
Confessions. Saturday (Building

Presided by Mrs. Elist Divis,

tha Parish Welftrg Coultil of St
Peter's" church In La Boc will
meet ifter the choral Eucharist
tomorrow morning. Members ore
tsked to attend in order to formu formulate
late formulate plans for a project to be un undertaken
dertaken undertaken by the council
The Rev. John Spear will be cel
ebrant and preacher at the Eu
charist which beeins at 10:30 a.m.
A confirmation class win oe
started bv Father Soear on the
fourt Sunday of this month. Appli
cations are presently Deing re-
reived. ''- ',.-. 1
Children and adults may enroll,
and the priest has asked pansn
innrr tn recommend candidates,
Instructions will be given each
Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. un until
til until tha class is presented to the
bishop., 5 :. i
Third Party Selects
Jenner As Candidate
CHICAGO. July (UP) Peti
tions circulated today to put Sen.
William E. Jenner (K-ina.) on ute
November Illinois ballot at the
candidate of a thira pany move
ment. ,."(
The independent elector pian, an
offshoot of the "For America
conservative political group head headed
ed headed by Clarence Hanion, bead of
Hi. "M anion vnnirn 01 uuiuiuu.
announced Thursday night It hRd
selected Jenner to neaa.iia wm.
Sn. Harrv F. ByrH IU-va.l
wat named by the organization, as
its ranrlirlate for vice president.
. Mrs. Marion R. Cleveland, e-
ecutive director oi ine pian, sam
th mnva will rive "ail conserva
tion" rhanp to vote for a tick
et "to their liking Instead of tak
ing the lesser oi two evus.
f-n its candidates on the
Hint, a tirinnii ballot the organi-
" "A .7. a.
ration wul neett.me tignaiurea m
25,000 voters.
- ANIMAL INSTINCT
ti.ittm t.v (UP1 An
AVaTaVM-ay( "
orphan possum here taw by in
stinct what H ao wneu
mother. It moved Into the Happy
u..n. nmhansee wim a uiuiu-
et Teat and ber Utter. of four kit-
tent..:-"-,
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JOEKUUn mm . .M
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Sunday Ham
0 JO
a.4alvlc.P ....... .Illtllllll aa.v-
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3 JO
7:30
Saturday .,...........,
US -J A a (Balboa)
Jriu.
a ATT-ANTIC SIDB
. Preteslant
FORT DAVIS ; 1
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11:00
7 JO
Sunday acnooi .... ........
Morning Worship ..............
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.
ante nTTT.Tnr
Sunday School,
Morning Worship .............. 110
Ynuth Fallowshln. Sunday ..... 40
i a aivir. BTATION. Coca Sola
Sunday acnooi ...
Daily Mass 7 JO
Mornina Worship U0
Holy Comrnunlon First Sunday
-eiMonu)
Cafhslki
Sunday Msss .......
Conlssslona. Sunday
t:J0
as
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
T0
7:43
1:43
70
Sunday
Snanian
Confessions, Saturday ...4:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION, COM Sola
Dauy Ms
Sunday Mam
t0
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COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mass
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Jewish
FORT GTJLICS
Tuesday
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekr Services
la aO Church as as
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 0:30 a.m.
Divine Service 110 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4 JO pin.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prays
Service I JO p.m.
Pacific Bide Panama Balhea DhtrM
Paatnr W. H. WallarTeL 23:3 3304
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oaw No
17. ".. s...
ChnrHlla tSth He. 17
Pueblo Nueva 3-A St between 3rd
and 4th Sis.
Rio Ahsio llfh St. No. 27
Balboa Chapel 0844 GsviUa Rd. Bal-
noa tsaturosy oniyi.
Spanish Caercbej Paasau aad
Crbweeta Dbnirt
Pastor Ruben Ruls )
Panama. Calls Darlen No. S -Cristobal,
lth A Bolivar AvA .,:
Gamboa A Frljoles. -j
Dhtrtct Faster' A A Grlzae
TeL No. 4-103
Gamboa Praltt Parkway rajoies.
Atlanrle Side Celea aad
Crlslohal District
in. NahlatL TeL 33:374
Colon 3rd St at central ave. uisto-
hal lsth a Bnlivsr Ave.
Central allies: bavuaa poao lei. a-
IS50.,
Jewish
Jasrtatt Welfare Board Bid Ttl-X La
Boca Boad. Balboa, C-Z. Rfbbi Nathan
Witkin Director.
Serrlee Friday. I JO pm Saturday
3:20. n.m ..
(Sen ae 'Hstlnss ef Jewish
unr'er Pons. Buss and Stations),
Cortlraaation Kol Sheartth Israel. Ave
nlda Oibs and 34th Street Bella Vista,
Pananu) City Services 3:01 pm
Lutheran
ErmFMEB LUTHERAN CrTURCH
Balsas Reed at Wight Street
' Be. Robert F. Gassick, Pssts
P.O. Box 464, JJalboe.
Sunday School, Bible class 00 am
ruvina Krvica 10:13 am
nivine Service at Marcarlta (In St
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
4:w pm."

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ANNIVERSARY LAYETTE Members of the Junta Femenlna de Beneficencia present a com complete
plete complete layette to Mrs. Cecilia Estuartin of Chorrera, mother of the first baby born In Santo
Tomas Hospital on July 4, the date of the Junta's ninth anniversary. Shown above are: Vivian
Witter; the nurse, Miss Ruiz, holding the baby, Elisenia Ester; Mrs. Florence Iindo, Mrs. Enlth
Spence, Mrs. Florence Worrell, Mrs. Paulina Boza, Ina Thorpe, Mrs. Icelene Salomon, Mrs.
Doris Gonzalez, Mrs. A. Montoute, Vida McAlmon, Mrs. Ann Morgan, Mrs. Ina M. Moulton.
Mrs. L. Thompson and Silvia Toppln.

Ike s Classmate Charged With Using

Govt.-Owned Trailer To Go Hunting

WASHINGTON, July T (UP)
House investigators charged yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Immigration Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Joseph ,M. Swing made
five hunting trips to Canada and
Mexico in an air-conaiuoncu, guv-ernment-owned
trailer, v (
They said he also used Immi
gration Service passenger ears
and a Doraer patrol piane on we
trips at taxpayer expense. ;
Swing, a retired lieutenant gen
eral and a West Point classmate
of President Eisenhower, told a
House Kovernment operations sub
committee the trips were made
on official business to confer with
Mexican and Canadian officials.
He testified behind closed doors
on the second day of subcommit
tee hearings into his activities. A
report on the session, said to
have been a heated one. was giv given
en given to reporters by Chariman Rob Robert
ert Robert H. Mollohan (D-W.Va.) and
other subcommittee members.
Mollohan said he does hot feel
thai Swing's visits to Canada and
Mexico "were necessary- in the
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He said Swine used an air-con-

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complete with a power unit for
lights and refrigeration.
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It was learned that Mexican of-
firinls confiscated the euns from
Swine's oartv on one of the trips
because the hunters did not have
a proper license. Swing was not
present at the time and the guns
later were returned.
Tha subcommittee also ques
tioned Swing about reports that
he ordered Immigration Service
trai'ers brought here from Texas
and Florida for.iiis use ,aunn

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Institution Guaranteed by the State ;
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts'
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We, make loans .with guarantees on first mortage
N , . or other securities. u ;
7 25c.-5C-$1.03 and $5.00 : : ;
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS j
deposits ore accepted thru a period
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, Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
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i OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "1 Street

G, A. DeRO'JX, CARLOS M(fUYNES V.,
Manager Sub-MaBagep
' HOURS:
From :06 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 s,m. to 12:01 p.m."

- SAD OVERSIGHT;
DETROIT (UP) Ted Guinn";

21, called police when someone
stole his license plate but neglects
ed to i let them know when
a stranger found the plate and
returned it to him. A police cruis'
er spotted the plate on Guir.n'
car and forced it to the curb,:
Police accepted1' his explanation,
and then asked James R. Smithr Smithr-17,
17, Smithr-17, who was driving the car, for,
his license. Smith had none, t So
Guinn, whose, own driver's license,
had been revoked received a 30,
day sentence for letting an unli unlicensed
censed unlicensed driver operate hit car. 4
a Civil Defense evacuation drili
last year.
One subcommittee member de described
scribed described his testimony as -"fantasy
tic." ,'''-
Swing testified that congress.
man accompanied him on one of of-hit
hit of-hit trips to Canada. He sometimes'
took as many as seven other im
migration officials with him.
COLON BRANCH:
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HOLLYWOOD, July 1 (UP) -j
. Actor John Ireland recovered in a
hospital yesterday from an over overdose
dose overdose of sleeping pills that he gulp gulped
ed gulped after apparently breaking his

vrJe Joanne Dru's nose and black

ing her eyes in a Fourth of July
argument,
Ireland took the overdose of
barbiturates at the bedside of his
wife at Cedars of Lebanon Hos

pital Thursday night in apparent

remorse over the argument tnat
bruised her pretty face.
"He came into the h o s p i t 1
room asking for a reconciliation,"
witnesses said. "He yanked out
the bottle of sleeping pills and
threatened to swallow them if the
didn't forgive him.
Ireland's stomach was pumped
out and he was confined to a hos hospital
pital hospital bed near his wife's.
As is usual with Hollywood bat battles,
tles, battles, two versions were given as
to why the beautiful brunette ac actress
tress actress and her lanky actor husband
: would up in the hospital.
Both Joanne and Ireland admit admitted
ted admitted the fireworks on the glorious
Fourth weren't only in the sky.
They had celebrated the Fourth

t a barbecue at the home of
actor Hark Stevens and his wife.
Late in the evening the Irelands
bad an argument and Joanne
went home alone, other guests
taid. Ireland, described by guests
as "very jealous," followed her.
"We had an argument," the ac actress
tress actress explained from her hospital
bed. "My face was hurt in a car
aecident on the way home."
But friends of Joanne said she
told them Ireland landed a hay hay-kiaker
kiaker hay-kiaker on her pert nose during

lirelli, Janowilz,
Charpenlier To Be

Heard On Program

Professors Tlrelll. Charpentier

ana aanowiw, on ; inn violin
flute and piano, will bo heard
next week Sunday on a program

sponsored by tne Kntgnts of St
Paul at the. p&ciflo Service Cen Center.,,
ter.,, Center.,, ,.

This trio of well-known local

musicians, who have been ac acclaimed
claimed acclaimed for their prowess with

their Instruments, have prepared
a balanced program for the en

joyment of tnose in attendance
Other participants in this pro

gram are Mario Gutierrez, ten tenor,
or, tenor, and Teresa Johnson, sopra

no, who will be heard in vocal

renditions.
Reserved tickets for this affaii
have been completely sold out

but general admission tickets

can be obtained at Lavanderls

Alfredo or. at the ve-strv of St

Paul's Church.

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gineers on the St. Lawrence Sea.

war no longer are surprised

at anything they mieht uncover.

In sounding the south channel of

the river at the downstream ap-

proacn to tne Grass River Lock,
engineers found a 50-foot section
of the bridge which -apparently
had fallen into the river during
construction of the Roosevelt

Bridge about SO years ago.

the domestic fracas. She then re returned
turned returned to the Stevens kome for
the night.

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chicken broilers and fryers.
Other Plentifuls: Turkeys, fresh

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cranberry sauce, fresh plums,

milk and dairy products, summer
vegetables, tanned tuna in oil,

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PRESIDENT-ELECT DON ERNESTO' DE LA GU ARDIA chats with guests at reception given
at hU home, yesterday.: Left to light: Haitian Ambassador Loula Decatrell, the President--.
Elect, General U T. Heath, Chief of 8UU Caribbean Command, and General Thomas U Har,
irold. '

"C.A.R.E. EXECUTIVE TTSITING HERE f ,
; "WISHES TO MEET VOLUNTEERS ;
' Mr. Richard I W, Renter,: Executive Director of C.A.R.E.,
' will visit Panama' next week and specially wishes to see the
-.C.AJCK. O.PAT TV Family Feeding, so he will be at the i
' Ghnnasip de Luctaa Libre from 9-10 o'clock on Tuesday mora-
tag, 't-h "' X r ,s '-' ' ."V. ". '-.J-" V1 ";- '"'v":
Mi1. Renter has expressed the desire t personally meet
s and thank, the women volunteers who have carried out this:
distribution e effectively and well.

P PrMideni-Elect"' lariilar ballerina length gowwiiV of
61vm Reception 'i'r'-?iH:. pastel yellow and blue organdy o-

! Members of the Diplomatic, ver tatieta. i ney carnea pin gia

corns accreaiiea 10 riiau -,

ciaU of the Jfanama canai uov.

ernment and officers of the .U.S.

Armed forces called pn tne rres-ident-elect
of Panama Don Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardia and bin wife
Dona .Mercedes Ga 1 i n.d o de la
Guardia at their home yesterday.
Dn And Mr, Brlit
Fete. Miss Doris Arias ..
-As a despedida for Miss Doris
Ai us, who is returning to her post
is I Secretary of the Pana Pana-i
i Pana-i otbassy in Rome soon,
",;rs. ppdro"Enrin Brin
p a (i !, r Tuesday evening at
; i Sence in Golf Heights.
J r. And Mrs. R. K. Morris

tiiva Houseguest

New Books

it'

Mr Peter White was best mart.

and the ushers wece Gordon Phi

lips. George RieU and John m.

Xtiee ffim Dtvn wll in rhirse

of the guest book and Mrs. R.

Meissner cm tne weaamg case.,

Following the .wedding ceremo.

my, a reception was nem at me

American Legion UuB, wmcn was
decorated with' whire streamers
and weddins bf' andelabras

and lies adornc I : bridal 'taJ

Tlio vnnn? pounle slaved at the

Hotel Tivoli for two days and

then left for Santa Clara, mey

' T ill IWh. U4ii MUnl

of glamour today, explains tne lin

er points ox lois musive quauiy in

wauww wwny wuv vav uvn

books aaaea to tne canai one

orary sneives mis wees.

American women the secrets of

me giamour, oi meir ouiiook on
lite, their face and figure, their
hnnie ftnH thn man in thiiil1 lifo

She gives tangible and practical

ni iu on persuing expressiua ta
mnlr.iin' plnthr Anrl manner

Yet Lilly Dache remains practical
1.11 .L.I 4- -t

wnue sne presents giamour v 10
women in terms of basic informa

tion, i

Torn tftafefviAnc mnnnsndium ffln.

tamate, 1 teaspoon salt, 3 broilers,
halved U run (U tirkl hntter

1 tahlsnnKi lomnn nr lime illirp

.snnnuia mnmMAninm ciuumaie

WIU ONI. VTCI VWUIRli V'VIHI
pan with aluminum foil. To broil,

turn 1 temperature control to wu

degrees F. Pre-heat broiler twit
urfivk KmllAl Man in nlal innrAT.

ITllll VIVI1U U.ll Ml f V.
imately 4 inches from heat. Place

cnicKen, sain sme aown on pan.
fVimhinp butter and lemon or lime

ini- hnish nver rhirkrt Broil

130 minutes, brushing occasionally.

1imn' anil hmirh ithmrm asaltl

, III II Call VI BM MOM UUVMVH
Broil 30 minutes longer, brushing
occasionally. If desired, top with
fresh orange slices last 5 minutes

of broiling. 3
. Celestial Sauce -!
(Yield m cups)

Drte rim enrrsnt Icllv. 1 can

(8 ounces) frozen concentrated

orincp luipe. a tahlesooons sherry

or water. I teasooon arv musiara.

Vk ; teaspoon ginger. 14 teaspoon
tabasco. 2 : tablespoons slivered

orange peel ;.f --a : "4

Utrhila' Phiricen U broil inf. mash

currant jelly with, a fork in a
small saucepan. Add undilated
Annifrata inH rmininff inere-

'dients. Heat and stir until mixture

ir smoota. '1 --.('"" t, '.

ivt nmiK8' men leu lor aaiua iucj

port, La. arrived this morning toU 3315B phnk Street Balboa aft-

spena vuuu v Vi K juiy i.

guest ot Mr. ana nirs. n. mvi
'risvf Bella Vista. ';--:,?iw.v7

Newbury Riley Weddlnf

Ar Ft. Amador tnapai

: Tk m.rriin. nf Mill KRl llV

Riley, daughter of Mr. -and Mrs.
Joseph J. RUey of Balboa, to Mr.
Oiarles Newbury of Mamaroneck,
Nevr York was solemnized at the
Fort Amador Chapel ony the eve evening
ning evening of June 16- i
-.Reverend Father Michael Don Don--
- Don-- Van of the Ft. Amador Chapel
officiated at the -ceremony.
' Given in marriage by her fath
ct. the bride wore a floor-length
gown of Chantilly lace over colum colum-inous
inous colum-inous drifts of nylon tulle and sat.
in sweeping into the chapel train.
The fitted bodice, sweetheart neck-
lin. .nil frnnt and hack lace tn-

iiiii n"
, els were studded with flowing se se-,.in
,.in se-,.in in ihm ahanc nf forcet-me-

Uiua in ( -- K
not bows. Her fingertip veil of il-i

, lusion was attacnea to a crown oi

eanied silver rosary beads with a
ul...... k; oarHnia and 11-

ly of the valley, trimmed -with
satin streamers. The nearl neck

lace she wore was a guv uuiu

VThe mother of the bride wore
ai gown of powder blue, i reach
. lice panel over net and taffeta,
. with a white gardenia corsage and

white accessories.

.uche To flay r-or

Hir Dane ai Amaoor

' "There will be a Sport Shirt

. r
B.
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1 t?: :
I v ; v If ; y
f.'.r.v .vtil
' .-.fc, V A f-Sm:
J ...-.,s.fai:i;feA.

t

...should hcrvt sent it by Pan Amtricari
Ponoma: I Street No. 5, Tel 2-0670 Colon Soloi Udfl Tel 1C77

MR. AND MRS. CHARLES NEWBURY sample the cake at their
wedding, which took: place at Ft.. Amador Chapel recently.
' Mrs. Newbury la the former, Miss Emily Riley, , :

v udi uiiDiBi i iwirvrr i rnnirniiin him Hpalnn aeeres

: feivnc win n aaipp iiptt ump.

.-. kMHukt kf. a n.ir nf Tlavv'a ritanrn ta r. o n t r A 1 ifl

in v a uiii. uivuim nc. uu i

pink, five-yar-old ballet ilippers. mostly his conviction that we are

t navv Kav'a tittln brother, she afraid of him. It s very like tne

orougnt a rea arum. nu uur uwu ii wisiv

r... th. Ft Amador Officers'

Open Mess this evening. Lucho Az-

carraga a Dano wui yiaj

ing from 8:30 p.m. uniu u.w

It ha hann almnst conclusively

nrnkait at thlimh Urkin2 haS

nothing to do with the develop

ment of crooKeq leem. &o u jou
Rahv'i thumb from his

mnuth far this reason, you might

as well stop. .'

' ' ' ajaMMal 1-V
Swppta rain an emotional Im

portance if parents say; "No des dessert
sert dessert unless you finish your vege vegetables."
tables." vegetables." But even without this

emotional value,' which tt eome eome-thing
thing eome-thing to be avoided, many Babies
dp like graham crackers and
sweetened cereals. ..'. i

Th ponrnlpt list ftfJ bnnlri r.

leased tot circulation follows:

Non firtmnr' Bestnr The res-

torauoiv ot-Learning; Dunn,. Ke-

tr"".c 4-m nwen, ine

oice (t the eri; ieriiian, K

lectronic and ,adio Engiueeriiijj;
Dache, Lilly I) a c h e's Glamour

Book: Punch (Periodical A cen

tury of fundi Cartoons; 'X y n a n,
Bull "ever; Straohan, Modern 1 1-talian
talian 1-talian Stories: Bove. A Paris Sur

geon's Story; Ray. : Thackeray;

1 ne uses of Aaversiiy; , vanaer
Post,;'A bar" of Shadow and Joy,
How Communists Negotiate.','
it- -r ,'T,.vrM' ,i--'"-.
Panama,' Periodical Articles:
Poor You Bet Your Wife and Sny-
djr SO-vsar Tftt Prnvpa Trpatwi

Wcod Building is Termitcproof.

Piiitinn Ami.' That ITnprtatn

Feeling; Barker, This Green and.

neasani juana, Birney, ine vice
of God; Greasey, The Beauty
Cluasn ikillar- lrm Brother' in

law; Lobaugh, No Tears for Shir

ley Mm ton; Menen, ine- ADoae Ot
Love; Queen, The Wrigbtsville
Murders; Sinclair, The Horse Sol-

dieis: soldati. me capn euers

Stout, Three Witnesses and Vac-

nV Tha flnldsn Palf- Rrnplr. Vnr.

Kiililn Ranvp- ITnrft. Kflthv Phil.

lps, scripiwnier; ureig. winus oi

Fear; Marsh, But uve nemains
and Stokes, The Case of the Pres President'!
ident'! President'! Heads. '-

ct.;.. nraMip U valuable to the

MiM Moir. Bridy,memrfM

lUISS Divan mrm.j,
honor, in lavender organdy over
talfeta, carried, lavender and yel yellow
low yellow gladiolas. .

111 uimi-oiii-'". .
Di Bella and Cynthia Orr wore him.

ing Baby. Outdoor steps with

handrails or lences 10 noiu m
are good. Stand below him whUe
he learns, but avoid clutching at

NOTICE
FOR THE HARD-OF-HEARIIIG
v We are pleased to announce to hard-of -hearing
persons, the arrival in Panama of DANAVOX HEARING
. LENSES with ar definitely a marvel of thia elec elec-tronic
tronic elec-tronic age because of their great acoustics powers.
, The DANAVOX HEARING LENSES have elimin elimin-ated
ated elimin-ated all major hearing difficulties: no cord, no visible
buttons in the ear, does not touch clothing.
' THE GADGET IS COMPLETELY INV1SI3LE
' , DURING USE. .,
s i Free demostrations will be held at- -f
ClAWrOHD AGZrJCIES
' No. 13-A-30 "J" St. on the 18th, 9th, 10th and
11th of July, during the hours of 8 to 12 noon
' and 2 to 5 p.m.

St. Christopher's

To Hold Concert

Of Sacred Music

In connection with, the observ observance
ance observance of its annual Patrons! Festi Festival,
val, Festival, St. Christopher's Episcopal
Church has completed arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the dedication nf their
new organ and a concert of sacred
fusic at 3:30 p.m., Sunday, July
22.
A tM iM ft tliAAt 4m Val It ava mV v Aft

program will be the Choir Guild

or St. ennstonners inurcn, t n e
Allan It Wpntt- ant ITarl C ITeaV

i Iney, organist ef 4he Episcopal Ca-
llth1rl t4 Ct Tut.

luvui .1 v. u. iiunbi f
Ti.Vt mrm nn aala a n it

may be ahd from the members of

the church and at tne chorea oi

cie. i

nCMEMRtANCE ti ItMtND

MOTHERING OF DAUGHTERS

There are thine- a "mother win

do for a teen-age aaugnter inai
she wouldn't do for .anybody else

in the world... .M w-t .-. yw-.
. Th'inj Ilk atnifffflinff with

yards and yards and yards and
yards of nyoln net because your
daughter says ehe cant find any

reedy-made petticoats tnaj ere iuu
enough to hold her dresses out at
the proper angle.
Sitting 'tp until ihe comes
through the front door kicking off

her dancing snoes, ner corsage
wilted but her eyes bright, when

you were already yawning at M
o'clock. ;

Vn.i!'fj a livin room, so that

she can ei.; un the long, lanky

kid whose- hut rod seems to ne
forever blocking the driveway and
hj. VIITQT hava a home of his

own, though he seems to live on

your- davenport. j

nnlntf with vrnir dauehter to.

every shop in town looKing tor usi
the right bathing suit (and how

afc tall r ah lias touna 1USI

the-right one unless she has tried

on every suit m ner sire in town:
II.ii all tha tort nf a diDolmat

to try to get a few of your ideas

across as painiessiy as oossiuic
knowing full well that whether she

seems to accept tnem or protests.
"Oh, Mother,"-she Is going to
have to learn almost every everything
thing everything for befsett. .':

Giving up a night's sleen so that
a swarm of pretty, giggling girls

hv ainmher oartv under

your roof, which means they wUl

sit up all night piaying recunu

and sleep ail me new -w. -r.ivintr
her money to buy those

rock-and-roll records that you

know you are going to have to
listen to by the hour. .
tirk.. A vnu An. It all? Whv. DO-

cause in the far back of your mind

yon can remember just vagueiy
hn vmi were at her age. You

remember, too, how your o w n

mother did all tne important
things for you and how much it
meant even though you are quite
sure vou never fully appreciated

her efforts unui you nau
age daughter of ynr own. t.

i-'i, '.VI

i Tat a while Davy's drumming

monopolized grown up attention,
rinaiiv hnwnvpr. hit went outside

to march up and down. Then his

father turhed on tne recora piay piay-er
er piay-er so his sister could dance in her
nan, aliniuv. WtIK shinintf eves.

Kay ran about the living room,

waving her arms. ana leeung ner ner-aelf
aelf ner-aelf as airilv beautiful as ladies

she'd seen dancing on TV.

t-' i Vs,;1 J S-".-' V
n,if rioht In' the middle of a lit-

tu hnn nf ptas'. Daw charged

through the front door. He push pushed
ed pushed past his sister banging his

drum and yelling, VListen to me!
Rat-tat-tatl- Hear my drum?",
, :,.;.,v- J i.
rr.J M ."Wiv drum now.

XUA I.UitP"".! I .,
Kr cictor' TmUhpd dancinc

i-4)ut Davy" didn't stop. Ke. bang banged'
ed' banged' so much louder that Kay had

to stop instead.

Uia fathap:. MntMl 'With' One

arm ha Rcoooed uo Davy: with the

other, the drum and sticks. Bear-,

ingluem all upstairs, ne aia

gain, "Until Sister-Ms nnisnea

dancing, you can i piay out

drum, down here. v

But when the time came to piay

his drum, Davy was too tired

from anger andUears to want to

or calories nuts up when we set

out to control it. Initially, It

makes us very uncomfortable,

I Soma narents like neonle who

cant stop smoking or eating too
miif.li iian't atan1 tha. firat v d i a.

comfort involved in controlling Da Davy.
vy. Davy. They allow bim to go on bul bullying
lying bullying his sister, excusing their en encouragement
couragement encouragement of afgressiveness

with nonsense like He s o n i y

three." V7v:"V .

, i ; .. ... ': v
Their faulty Justice is the real

problem. ,v :;.'.,.,.. :; 'v ;-

i Ttainr Ituchaa 1 Tfa WIV fram

i u... j
what lis want because he h i S

been allowed to -discover that

pushing her works. She submits to

the mistime because she's been au

Inn nA ,a itianwai that raaictinff

mm aoesn t wora. unaer mese cir

cumstances, what is required is
their parents' clear-cut decision
for .the. most impartial justice to

Uiem ootn one tnai is maae wun wun-out
out wun-out fear of .its consequences,

! When Davy has experienced
their better justice for a while; he
will trust it more than his aggres aggressiveness.
siveness. aggressiveness. When his sister is sure

we think it's right to resist, it,
she will begin to resist it herself.

aBBTaTaHBaMMaTaTaTHaTaTaTtaTaTB
r ; 1 7,,
1 .1 ;
y ; "" f?

11 f t k v

1 w m mataiav aevaraek n n arawvam mum m .!.'.' v. mm w

lh hjr i I
hL if

Il -il

have you heard
them?'
GEORGE
GODOY
TRIO

piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
mldnlte to 4:30 a.m. In the
alr-conditloned Balboa Bar.

i

just because you have time on

your hands aoesn t neceruy

maan that, vniir menas navo.

D.m.aih,i that, when vou are

tempted to drop In for morning

calls mat strewn mw .aeyeiM
hours, when you telephone and
chat on and on. ....

A person with toe mucn extra
t'me can be a real problem to
frirnila xhl don't ave enoOrh

time to do an tney nave to oo.

.";:-'tITTi LATE

PITTSTOWN, N7. (UP)
u.'h.n nniin aikpri Julius Berk-

man why he bad been driving 44

vira witnnut a license, me ot-

vnrjli! farmpr rpnlied: "I never

far" Said he would

: (Nightcap on-the-house at 4:10
nu.i. alaA n1av tha Tilonn

UCVIHv .iaw h ,.. w ..
10 n.m. 2 a.m. 8un.. Tues.. Wed. ThUrs

. . tat"! m0mmkmlm
Thllra '"

( I

nws? czsrcz&uvs any
T czeoixz twees.'

f "'.! r .- '-- ""' 1 atSI

TBXACO

fide chief

IMOOTM, Hraiy frHrmtw wherever ye
nil r ymi fhrntt what yj tt with Texaco
fire Chief

. -'': ; 1 '1. . :-:-;"t "'' ''' ;' 5
, tee Tms cc.rpAjhr (pasamaj kl

The Pacific Steam llavigalion Ccmpzrr

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' HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, SPAIN AND FRANCE
M.V. "RE1NA DEL PACIF1CO" (18,000 Tons) .i..'.. July 81
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S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons.) R.t
(Air-Condftioned) f Btpw
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S.S. "TIVIVES" Jny l
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Also Bandling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
- Arrives
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenj- 'shipslto New
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ONDON. July 7 (UP) Th
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D. 2396-D. Cocoti. '-,.v' 7-,j;..v;Vi
FOR JALI 60-tycla Sarval ra-
' frlgaratar, aina months aid, 1 0.5
a. ft. Phono Balboa 2-2401.
FOR SALE: 60-cyla rafrigara-
for with 40-lb. froaxor chaat; 4 4-'
' 4-' barnar gat tanga with ovan and
broilari: loth aovoa months aid.
. Can ba Man botwoan 6 and I
' Friday, or Saturday avoning at
Qtra. 0431-J, Ancan.
FOR SALI: Wattinghoaia
Laandromat $50. Albroek 4273.
Gov. Hodges Thinks
II. C. Will Give Liilb
Support To Hsrriiiian
RALEIGH.' N.C.: Julv T-fUPV
Gov. Luther H. Hodges does not
believe that New York Gov. Aver Aver-ell
ell Aver-ell Harriman will' obtain much
support' in North Carolina in his
bid for -the Democratic .presiden
tial nomination. :-
Harriman, will speak at a young;
uemocrauc ciuos rally July 14 at
Asheboro, N.Cbut Hodges, a sup sup-pcrten
pcrten sup-pcrten of Adlai E. Stevenson, does
not plan to attend-' the rally (.,-.
Stevenson .Is expected to get' at
least 30 of North Carolina's 36
votes orJ. the i first ballot at the
National. Convention.
Hodges laughed heartily when
newsmen asked him about the pos-
sic.lity ot a vice presidential nom
ination for himself.
He said he is "not in the slight slightest",
est", slightest", planning, to be a candidate.
He said he knows of nobody else
in the party supporting htm lor
the second spot on the ticket and
"it wouian t disturb me if t h e y
didn't."- -'v ;;':;:". -:
Siate Party Chairman John D.
Larkins Jr.,. of Trenton said he
does not place much emphasis"
on the South Carolina convention
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riesta Cat Rental of Panama. Inc. open their new offices

in Panama with. the Herts System Frinchise to cover the
republic and the Canal Zone territory for the U drive it
rent a car Business. They have started operation with 10
new Hillman Minx which were purchased from Colon Motor
"Inc. tf Panama local distributor for the Rootes product.
From left to right Mr, & Matussl, manager of "Fiesta Car
Rental," Mr. T. Carless and Mr. F. Wedire, Representative
' from "Rootes Factory" and Mr. W. Eskildsen, from Colon
Motors, local distributor! of Hillman. (Commercial Notice)

OmriaMani..

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FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALI: 1951 Ford 2-door
"Sis," good condition $450, Sat.
Smith at Cristobal Polica Sta Station.
tion. Station. ''
FOR SALI: laautiful 1955
ukk convartibla, lika now, 20,
000' milot, goad rubbar whita
aidawall. tubalau tiras, powar
top, powar ttooring, powar krakat,
daluxa apholstory, backup lights,
diracHonal signal lights, radio 6
hoator.' Must saa this car to ap ap-pracfata
pracfata ap-pracfata it. Whan now' cost $3,
650 Will soil for $2,500. Caa -ba
financed. Saa ar call afttr 4
p.m.1 Car a da Phone 6206,
Hoosa 2151. Apt. B.
FOR SALI-1953 Char, hard.::
tap convartibla, radio, haatar, y
powar glida, undercoat, $1350. -Call
Ft. Kobbe S4-3244. r
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 2-door
"Sin." Good running condition,
good tiros, dependable brakes,
$270.'4-6153.
FOR SALI: 1951 Ford Custom
Sedan, radio, clean, single own-
er, $550. 1349-1 13th N. D D-Phona
Phona D-Phona Navy 2294.
FOR SALI: 1954 Chevrolet
BalAIr 4-doer sedan, one owner,
powerglide, radio. Phone 6-118.
PERSONALS
WANTED : Persons to fill tha
pews nightly Jury 8th thru 15th
at 7 o'clock. Gospel meeting. No ;
nightly collections. CHURCH OF
CHRIST, 0851 Balboa Rd. Wor.
die Burrow, Evangelist.1
FOR SALE
Motorcycles ;
i FOR SALE: B.S.A. motorcycle.
650cc, side-car. Radio Arcinle Arcinle-gas,
gas, Arcinle-gas, Juan B. Sosa Street No. 69.
. Phone 2-5426 Panama.
:f Sharpstef.
FLINT, Mich,. July 7-CUP)
Surgeons removed an open pen
knife from 12-year-old .Lee
Reeves' stomach yesterday, aft
er he accidentally swallowed tne
knife while lying in bed picking
nis teetn.
delegation being pledged to Gov,
ucorge Bell Tim merman jr.
a "favorite son."
"It won't affect things here,"
said Larking who also is a strong
Stevenson supporter.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CJE.
MR. CAR OWNER; Art yea
disgusted yith the prosanr eorr eorr-fcing
fcing eorr-fcing of your auto? Why not call
Johnston guaranteed auto repair,
Phana 456-A. 16th St. Melea Melea-des.
des. Melea-des. Colon, R.P.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE. Thoroughbred Do Do-b'erman
b'erman Do-b'erman Pinacher pup, all paper
and shot. Coco Sole phone 1417.
FOR SALE: Angelini Coffee
Sheppe, Central Avenue Num Number
ber Number 179. :.:
FOR SALE Metal folding wheal
chair, excellent condition, $40.
Phona Ft. Kobbe 5231.
FOR SALI: Twa surveying
transits, cheap. Need miner re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Information Phana 2-3324
Canal Zona. .''v-
FOR SALE: Baby Grand Piano,
perfect pitch, excellent far ac accompaniment
companiment accompaniment ar orchestra, tropi tropi-calixed.
calixed. tropi-calixed. Balboa 2-6373.
FOR SALE: Native saddle
bene. Guaranteed sound. Geld Geld-ad.
ad. Geld-ad. Phana Balboa 3371."
FOR SALE: Theater chain,
35mm sound and projection, a
equipment, safes, ether items.
Call 22294 or write Drawer R.
Balboa Heights, C.Z., for bid da da-tails.
tails. da-tails. Not U.S. Govt, property.
FOR SALE: Portable typewriter
Smith-Corona silent, very good
condition. Real bargain. Can ba
soon at 6431 Dos Bocas St., Lee
Rios, Canal Zone ar phana 2 2-2107
2107 2-2107 after working' hoars. t
FOR SALE: 1 talking parrot
and cage $55. 2-2964.
LESSONS
, LEARNING SPANISH? '. . Try
I Spanish verbs in s nutshell, 25e.
at Morrison's, Surtny's, Pn"t
'(. and Curun,iu Cii.Lriou.w.,
and the Navy Exchanfe.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: 1950 Chevrolet or
Plymouth 4-door, good mechan-
ical condition and radio. Writ
Box Holder, Box $04, Albroek
AFB. CZ.
WANTED: 60-eyde stave nor
lerger then 30-ln. wide. Phana
S7-6I47. ,1
Heb Wonted
WANTED: Serious and respon responsible
sible responsible cook. Must sleep In. Pore)
Avenue 37-48.

Brownell Urges Extending General

Security To rion-Sensitive Jcbs :

WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
Attorney Qeneral Herbert
Brownell Jr. urged Congress to, to,-day
day to,-day to nullify a recent Supreme
Court decision by extending the
government security program to
non-sensitive as well as sensi sensitive
tive sensitive jobs. tr: j
Chairman Philip' Young of
the Civil Service Commission
endorsed Brownell's proposal
He said the high court's decision
has forced the government to
restore to their jobs 17 employes
suspended on security grounds
including; two with known Com
munist backgrounds. ;
Toung estimated that SM
other employes who were fired
under the program wonld aesk
reinstatement w'th back pay.
This group, he said, Includes
at least four postal workers
who were "members of a Com Communist
munist Communist party cell In thn New
York post office."
Brownell and Youn? outlined
their bills to nullify-the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's 6-to-S ruling' that
President Eisenhower went too
far when he decided that em
ployes In non-sensitive as well
as sensitive lobs could be fired
unaer tne aamlnUtration's se
curity program. 4
Brownell and Youna endorsed
a bill by Rep. Francis E. Walter
(D-Pa.) It would blanket all the
government's 2 W million work
ers unaer the secur.ty program
regardless of whether they hold
sensitive or non-sensitive lobs.
xney saia tne bill would serve
as an "interim" measure until a
special commission now study-
ine the overall security urogram
makes its recommendations. But
they said the bill should be a-
mended to give department
heads discretionary authority to
suspend employes under invest
eation.
Young; said the court's deci decision
sion decision left the Civil Service Com Commission
mission Commission with "no 'satisfactory"
machinery to deal with security
cases in non-sensitive lobs. He
said the decision "limits drasti
cally the operation of the pres
ent security program."
He said security standards
can not be applied now to 10

FOR RENT

ApBTtmeolB
ATTENTION & LI Just beitt
anodera furahksd aparfents. I,
2 bedreense, bat, taMatta
Phone Paaaaae 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Famished ar an an-fumished
fumished an-fumished ane-bedraom modern
apartment, garage. 161 Via Be-'
lisarie Perns.' :
FOR RENT: Nicely famished
one-bedroom apartment en Ave.
Fern, facing the park. Phone 3 3-3099
3099 3-3099 or 3-0746.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, unfurnished, living-dining
team, screened. Saa fraacissew
Phana 1464 Balboa.
FOR RENT; furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished epartmenre available.
1 Contact Alhsmbra Apertments,
1 0th. Street. Telephone 1316,
Colon. ..
FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-snents,
snents, apart-snents, $50; else comfortable
apacieut bedroom, kitchen to se serious
rious serious couple $35. Regular trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT. Famished atl-e
: fort apartment, Inspected, acroon acroon-ed.
ed. acroon-ed. Via Etpaaa, haese befera
Juaa Franco. ; .;..;jv-
FOR RENT: Completely far.
. nished ana-badreom apartment.
Across from Hotel II Panama.
Apply Fata Halconi 1-12 and
2-6. Pbaaa 3-1179,
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished epertment. Automobile
Row. Phona Panama $-4312 afN
or p.m. :?. fi-'
FOR RENT. 2-bedroem apart-
Phone Panama 3-6115.
: FOR RENT-At II Cangreie, 2 2-bedreens
bedreens 2-bedreens apartment, garage, hot
water. Phone Balboa 2-1651, ar
Fane ma 3-1043.
FOR RENT Apartment, inde inde-,
, inde-, pendent entrance, near trarupor- :
tetion, thai tar, market, for smalt
family, $50. Via Balisarie. Porrat
'"No. 114. .,;--..rV
FOR 'RENT: 2-bedreent apart apart-r
r apart-r nt on Ricarda Arias Straat, Straat,-Campo
Campo Straat,-Campo Alcgr. Bathroom, maid'e
room, hot wafer, near Via Enpa Enpa-6a.
6a. Enpa-6a. Phone 3-6846 or -2-2341.
FOR RENT. Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting room,
; maid'e room with bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot we- i
tor. apartment well tcraened, 25
Huare meters inside apartment
for laundry, drying end ironing,,
. large closets, garage, house num number
ber number 5, lusebio A. Morales Ave.
1 "II Canereje." comes house.
Phone Panama 3-0579.
FOR RENT. Two furnished a a-partments,
partments, a-partments, Frigidaire, stove, etc.
Bedroom, living dining room,
kitchen, talceny, bathroom. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-2930.
per cent of the 21.006 nennna
taklnr. government jobt each
monu although experience
has shown that kt least taa mt
nese pve rise to question! of
uorersive activities." p
Without namlnot names. Vnnmr
said one. of the 17 emnlnve. re
stored to duty u a result of the
court decision was a Communist
party member in 1945. He said
this employe. was Indicted and
convicted under the Smith
ana received a liva-year a
sentence and a $5,000 fine.
Another of the 17, Young said
was a member, of the Younir
Communist League from 1930 tc
i3 aiong with bis 'wife and
brother. Youne said the em
ploye "has been a close associate
oi communist sympathizers
Chemical Agents
Show Promise 1 ;
For Cancer Cure
SAN FRANCISCO flfPi
Dr. Seymour M. Farber v-i.f.
clinical, professor of medicine at
the University of California Medi
cal center Here, said that while
surgery is at present the only
cure for lung cancer, various
chemical agents have shown
promise tn relieving symptoms
and giving temporary improve
ment, tie saia a recent and valu
apie aaaiuon to lung cancer
diagnostic procedure is examina examination
tion examination of patients' sputum for malig
nant cells. Dr. Farber and others
have described a putum.exam putum.exam-ination
ination putum.exam-ination technique said to detect
about 90 per cent of lung j ina-
ungnancies. K :i T ; :
Swtaa office (Tnutec) for tax caa caa-suttaHon,
suttaHon, caa-suttaHon, .fonoatloa ot esrponUeas,
aueitinc accounts, etc offers its
services to represent foreign Inter Interests
ests Interests in Switzerland. Please commu communicate
nicate communicate With: Dr. SILVIO BIANCKt
i Marktplatr,. Basal 1, Switzerland.

FOSTER'S COTTAGES end large
beech house. One mile part Ca-
nine. Phone Panama 2-1515. v'
PNIU1M
(onto Clare. Boa 435, Balboa.
rhesio PasMMW 3-1177, Crswe-W3-U73.
.
Spend year week aade at RJa
Mar, the best bathing beach m
the Republic, with eH conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Made rate prions. Tho
new management is anxious to
BIACHSIDI aacattoa Santa CU CU-re.
re. CU-re. Shrapnol'a comfortable houses.
Phono Tbompsoa Balboa 1772.
FOR SALE
Doata & Motors
FOR SALIt 13-fl. aebla eruis eruis-or.
or. eruis-or. with or. without motor, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Phone 18-734.
Quarters 366-A, Franca Field.
How High
The Moon?
'w i A" .' a 1
By INI PATTERSON
LONDON (UP) While climV
era art' beeinnint 'to scale Mount
Everest liko monkeys up a fire
laaaer tne scientisu sun can1
agree on exactly how high that
mountain u and nOw there's
fuss. 1
Any geometry student addled Tt)y
an obtuse angle might' find com'
fort in the controversy between
de Graaf-Hunter and B. L. Gul-
atee, probably the world's, fore
most Everest measurers. They
both know'a lot of math. r
Loss of temper is a very rare
thing1 around the Royal. Geograph
ical Society in whose scholarly
journal Gulatee'and Hunter state
their eases with layman-like ire.
Gulatea calls it'23,c:s feet. Hunt
er makes it V no.
-Sir Andrew Va?'i ;r3 53,.
52 back in 12.5. t r Si.jey Eur-
rard's 1910 measurements sweet
ened it to 29,032 and Guy Bom-
. 1 A A An APA 1 U
loro goi u op io use uiau
a quarter of a century ago.
Thn indicates they have it pret
ty well, pegged, ut precision
is expected of scientists ana tne
results of Gulatee'a 1954 survey
did not get past Hunter unnoted.
. f Hunter's Attack ; ,.
Hunter I had "expected great
thinea of Gulatee because a crusty
maharaja naa oarreu au- earner
scientists,', including Hunter, .from
entering Nepal and they had to
. o a.. it l
ahn.it beannes rrom iw-oqq mues
away and figure the angles at
lonr ranae.. t : "" : ?v; :
But Gulatee was able to fet
right up next to the mountain in
Nepal with his slide rule and tri tri-ansulation
ansulation tri-ansulation charts. But that still
didn't do it, Hunter alleged in-the
Marr-h 1955 issue of the- ; Ge-
ugraphical JournaL He comment-
.-,M !. .
i fm mav resret that (Gula
tee's) longitudes were not ob observed
served observed with, an impartial instru instru-ncDt
ncDt instru-ncDt ,; ''"
' 2. "Mr. Gulatee'a paper is had had-d
d had-d 'Outiine of The New Method
, . There is, however, notlung
new-' n the method -.
S. .r'. Gulatee adopU the role
of critic of some of his predeces predecessors
sors predecessors ... K is jndeed unfortunate
.v., i- rntine- the results of
;m.rtnt work, he has signaUy
failed to acknowledge how very
essentially ne nas oeireuucu
wn,lrri ... '-t
Wuuw"" ,.j ....in. -a
4. "Ho nas aiso, siecn. a"v
plagiarism.-.
;! v The atkuttal ,r
' n,u 'area hatarlv atuff for SUCh tn
august journal Its readers had to
wait a year for Gulatee'a rebuttal
i. tha uarcn. man. issue, mx
UM w r
i nr. Hunter arves a uibi j
....tiw,mM.s mv receni
technical paper . This review
u riothed in an authoritative
mnA wot. rjesiaci intciiii'u-
tU comments ue to confused
thinking, it contams a number of
: n.icDT9T.in.ni,. t
4 Hunter has always claimed
that he discovered the basic for formula
mula formula .for -the coefficient of refrac
tion ... mo "uiow"
j;...i )i Helmert in 1879.
' 3 :"Dr. Hunter is very hurt that
I have-not .referred., his figure
or to his paper .' '""
or less a replica of his lecture be before
fore before the' Indian Science Congress
in 1922 ana contains uie eamo w
.nH tallariex. '
a "Natiir does not admit of
sut-'h'-' spurious simplicity as some
of the 'sweeping statements made
by Hunter 'with immense seii-as-
ouimter'a height for Everest
is a confused height obtainea rrom
incomplete aaia. :
6. '"These problems do not per permit
mit permit of such imprecise handling.
i rr. Hunter's unbalanced in-
niiintnes in a journal of high
reoute are, to say the least, un
dignified." ' ;
sui there, after all these years.
sits the issue, at least until next
March s. edition ot us journal.

FOR RENT

nouses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
In Coco del Mar: 3 bedrooms,
bet water, living and dining
raemr maid's room,, garafe. Tal-
a-suos.
FOR RENT. Vacatien guarters.
"far three months Jury to Sep September.
tember. September. Three-bad room concrete
house completely fumisned in including
cluding including Television. Front and
beck patios. Urge enclosed yard,
$125 per month. Call 3-3866.
FOR RENT: Pleasant cortege:
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and
terrace, 50th Street aad 11th
Street, Saa Francisco1. Apply to
Mr. Undo, Panama 3-1691 dur during
ing during office hours, 3-0989 after
office heart. ;- a v.
FOR RENT: Chalet No. 52 en
43rd Street lest: living roemti
dining room, kitchen; with tarn-
be with one bedroom and maid's
, room, bathroom and garage $125
per month. For Information house
No. 50 fnear by).
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Offices, aeeand
floor First National City Bank
Building. For particulars apply to
Bank in person ar address "A "A-partade"
partade" "A-partade" 555, Panama, R.P,
UN's Dag Visits
Prague For 2 Days
VIENNA. Julv 7 fUP) TTnlt.
ed Nations Secretary Genral Dag
Hammarskjold arrived in Praeue
today; for. a two-day- official-visit
to communist Czechoslovakia, Ba
uio rrague reponea.
"Hammarskjold was welcomed at
the airport by Czech Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Vaclav Davis and other Czech
officials. He later paid a call on
Czech President Antonin Zapotoc-
R-y.".-. :.
Tha N. Chief will go to Vien Vienna
na Vienna tomorrow cn bis lurei ean
tour. , i
"FIERY

, Genghis Khan (John Wayne) restrains his Tartar prin princess
cess princess captive (Susan Hayward) when she tries to kill him
during sword dance. Scene from Howard Hughes' $6,000, $6,000,-M
M $6,000,-M epic, "The Conqueror." Pedro Armendarix also co-stars
in the Dick Powell RKO production, In CinemaScope and,
Technicolor. This wonderful picture will be released at the
. Central Theatre on July 11th.

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FOR RENT

Rooms
FOR RENT: FumUked toon,
with kitchen prWilegoa for ba bachelor.
chelor. bachelor. Bella Vista, Pbaaa I
1589 after $:30 p.nw
FOR RINTt Ream far bachelor 1
with bath and private entrance. ' 1
Ittudiante Street, Bldg. 14-29, '
Apt. 3. f 1-
FOR RENT: Furnished room '
with private bath aad Hnga let 1
private residence, f hone 3-
2147.
VYANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED FOR RENTr Unfur Unfurnished
nished Unfurnished 3-bedreem house, maid'e
., ream, fencod-ili yard, pipes, for i
bet water Phone 3-3314.
WANTED:. Goad heme far
black and white mala cat 7 ?
months aid, vary friendly. 564
San Juan Place, Ancon. Call 2-
.1721. -'
Survives Accident
6 Weeks Ago, Man
Diesin Car Crash
I
MERRICK, N.Y .' July T (UP)
Peter Parks' .luck ran out y ester,
day.
The 28-year-old insurance -aalesn'
man, father of three, aurvived an
auto accident six weeks ago in
which his car hit another ear,
rolled over and pinned him be--neath
the. wreckage,
Thursday,' Parks rroverj k!a
family into a brarl
Yesterday, Parks
his car on the
It rocketed of the
ed into a tret.. 1
stantly.
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the-- King Solomon Spiritif
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COc. SOc.
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with
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MIDNIGHT SHOW!
DOWN THREE DARK STREETS
with Kuth Roman
CECILIA THEATRE
SOc. 1 39c.
' John COLLINS, In
LAND OF PHARAOHS
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Chapters 7-9 Also;
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ERY NIGHT!
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MAN WITH THE GIN
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' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be.
hind the Screen: So it's so-long for
the team of Dean Martin and
Jerry Lewis.
The successful ttim was
launched in show business 10
years ago, unknown nightclub en entertainers.
tertainers. entertainers. :
Dean nJ Jirry have bttn strain straining
ing straining at t c.reer leash for a year.
Aswt of tlt straining has bean

ijne fcv Dean, anxious for a

rtr as a s o performer in style

f Eii g Crosby's warbling-acting
career.
An offer to Dean to star op

posite Dons Day in the movie

version of "Pajama Game"
hrcucht to a head the hard feel

ings between the two. Paramount
has canceled plans to finance and
release; an independent Martin and

Lewis comedy, ana attorneys are
working on new NBG -contracts
calling, for aolo -TV appearances
tvr h nair

"Bins Crosby made a lot of Holly

wood brass unhappy, wun nis
quotes to Variety that ,"the film
industry has lost its permanence,
its solidity, its' foundation." i,. -The
Goaner was groaning ovar
recent sales of major studios, the
sat of old films to television, the
sagging box office and the indus industry's
try's industry's failure to develop new stars.

Said Bmaty'- ':--4 rV-v'
"Marilvn Monroe, Grace Kelly
and Marlon Brando are the only
ton box-office- atars 'developed in
the last few. years'. The movie

Business today.' Bine added, ''is

not show business it's a carnival.
If people knew they could go to a
Md theater, and not have to see

fout features, face a parking prob problem
lem problem and have kids with popcorn

climbing all over them, the attend attendance;
ance; attendance; might increase." ,'.
Clark Gable is Mr Unhappy
about all of his MGM movies
headed fof television. "There's
nothing I can do about K," he told
me, "but I sure wish there was."
, . Composer Dimitri Tiomkin
said it about writing background
masic. for .several Gary Cooper
films: "It's nice he talks so slow
the audience gets a chance to hear
my music."','. Four episodes in
TV 'a "The Life of Riley ,! starring

William. Bendix, will be filmed in
Hawaii come October; As TV
alley is chanting, "A year ago,
situation comedy shows were told

to get out of town.; Now they're
be.;g told to get out of the

country." :

lngrid Bergman's' hubby, Ro

berto Rosllmi, cal!d off pbns
to direct "The Seawife" for 20lh

ca. Century-Fox in a row with the

st"i o over the script, iters Joan
Collins and Richard Burton will
continue the film, on location in
Jamaica, with new director.
Georgo Shearing, (the musician
who owns two boxer dogs named
Major and Minor, says he met a
musician with two cats named
Bcp and Bach. "Naturally," re reports
ports reports George, "Bach is .long
haired."

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Writtea for NEA Service

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Adm. Redheld Mason came

into the public eye recently when
he courageously and successfully
went through to the end of a tele

vision quiz program. When we
served together in the Navy a few
years ago, we knew him as a man

of infinite caution and preparation

as wea as great courage.

The Admiral 1 played the- hand

shown today In one of our regular

xoausuka games a few yean ago.
West opened the five of spades.

and Mason won the first trick in
dummy with the ten. ft was now
clear that West had led from a

long suit headed by ace-queen. If
East were allowed to win a trick,
he would lead a spade, and the
entire suit would be run. Hence
declarer had to develop his tricks
without giving a trick to East.
At the second trick Admiral
Mason led the deuce of hearts
from dummy. East played 'low,
and Mason properly played the
eight of hearts. He didn't expect
to win this trick, and he wasnt
disappointed when West won with

the nine of hearts.

General Meters Charged With Illegal
Tactics To Gain Bus Sale Monopoly

Legion Post No. 1
To Hear Embassy

- r r ; if :
Official Monday j
0J. Libert, first irrtar t

the American Embassy, will ad address
dress address the members of Panama Ca-

nai rost I, American Legion, at
the Post Home on July 8 at 7:30

p.m., it was announced today by

post commander A. J. Gasperi Jr.
He will speak on the signifi significance
cance significance of the Declaration of Inde-

conspirators with General Motors pendenco and conditions in world

trade and commerce against un in many, of -these buying agree- auatrs tociay witn nau nt i n e
lawful restraints and monopolies.',jnients and privileges were t h e,wftrld living under communistic
-vThe suit said General Motora;Hertx Corp., the Greyhound Corp.,!rule. All members are requested
forced 'out or controlled eompeti-i National City Lines, Inc., and Pub- to attend: Refreshments will be
mm in the bus manufacturing lie Service Coordinated Transport served at the close of the meet-

DETROIT. July 7 tUP) The

government yesterday filed suit

chanting General Motors corp.

with conspiracy and illegal tactics
to Jain monopoly of bus sales.

GM President Harlow H. Curtice
denied the charges.

The Justice Department filed a

civil suit in the eastern- district
federal court of Michigan Charg.

Mg GM violated the Sherman An!
ti-Trust Act. "an act to protect

a. 'Induced city transit officials
to draw up specifications which
competitors'- buses did not meet
7. Refused to sell engines, trans transmissions
missions transmissions and other parts to com-'
petitors.
t. Through business channels u u-ed
ed u-ed influence in other ways to re require
quire require buyers to buy General Mo Motors
tors Motors buses. .., :

The suit charges among the co.

field, and worked with bus oper- to.

a tiny buyers to freeze out' its
competitors..
. In his denial Curtice ald:
"General Motors has no finan financial
cial financial interest m any manufacturer

or onerator of buses. It has no

requirements contracts with any
bus operators.

"General Motors engaged, in no)

discrimination as regards prices,
terms and conditions in the tale
of its buses."

Rut the eovernment laid the

corporation:
1. "Acquired eontrollmg inter interest
est interest in one bus1 manufacturer, rer
niiirwri other manufacturers to dis

continue operations and others, to

curtail operations.
3.1 Controlled. one of the three
remaining competitors,. Flexible
Co., by having GM officer and di director
rector director Charles F. Kettering as the
chairman of the board of board
of directors of Flexible; and gain gained
ed gained control of ther companies buy.
ing stock and installing GM per personnel
sonnel personnel in (the firm.. ..' .
3. Gave the' operators prefern prefern-tial
tial prefern-tial treatment and furnished addi additional
tional additional services which competitors
Hid not or" could not match.

4. Signed contracts with some
hni nnoratinc comoanies for ex-

oiuv use of GM nuses ana

earts. r : n k,. t -tha a-

The point, was that West was !gref7 "?" !; .,..

'not the' danTous" Piuionent. ifPerawwa

West led anotiier spade, j declarer
could still stop the suit. If West
led anything else, declarer could
regain the lead at onde.
West shifted to a low club.
Admiral Mason won .with the king,
led the king of hearts, and entered
dummy with the ace of diamonds
to run the rest of the hearts. The
game was easily made with four
hearts, one spade, two diamonds,
and two clubs.
Had the hearts been develoned

tne normal

iwenty-six- ,new . iou Are ha n k.w ju i...

fthSS' hthl ?mh VenturU re ck.' East would, hav. returned
SStf.vfe.SWtt! Pde. contract would

9 T "TT r".-"fv"'" luiTa been defeated,

screen entertainment.

: SHORT TAKES: Cornel Wilde
and Universal-International' may
get together on another prize fight
movie, "Comeback.", . ; Don

Symington, first cousin of Sen.

Stuart S. Symington, just, made a

screen test at ; 20th Century-Fox

. -. Producer -Hal Wallis bought
the film righta to ;Next of Kin"
as 'a starring movie for Shirley
Bt'Oth'.'V Preston Sturges said
it:' "There seems to be a mistaken

impression that dialog is what

people, say. Well, it isn't. 'Dialog
is what people wish. they, had

said." 4

. Three-word description of quite
a few TV pilot reels loft, without

sponsors: "-"Lights,
"Lights, "-"Lights, cameras, auction."
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD. MRS

JONES: Producer Lewis Blum-

berg, looking for two dolls to play
opposite Errol Flynn in "The Big

Boodle," is telling agents: "They

must be able to play love scenes
w.tn Flynn that look authentic

enough to be censored.". ; .. i

L

l CC"S C LAC C! You are looking at the entire student body
and faculty of River Bend. School. River Bend, in Natrona 1
County, Wyo, is probably the smallest of many small schools in
.the sparsely populated state. The "teaching staff" of the little,
ono-roora school is Mrs. Gladys M. Johnson, second from right
The "student body" consists of Thelma Watf m, 11, left, her 13-
: year-old brother, Murray and Sherolyn Minehow, 14. right All
are children of ranchers in the Bateo Hole area. Sherolyn
whose homo is farthest away, rides to and from school on'
' horseback. .

competitors..

J K Hsva tneeial loans and. fi'

anancing contracts to certain large
bus. opera ting companies to freeze

out competitors,

Franco's Daughter
Gives Birth To Girl

MADRID. July 7 (UP) The

Marquesa do Viltaverde, daughter

Generalissimo Francisco r ranco,
gave birth to a girl yesterday in
Franco's El Pirdo Palace resi residence.
dence. residence. .Physicians reported moth mother
er mother and daughter in good condition.

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ft SUNDAY!
2:3a 4:25 :z6 -1:15
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; Susan Hayward
"lV CRY TOMORROW"

' DIABLO HTS.
Tonight! 1 -6:15
ft S:a

Sunday "THE PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR BENSON"
; GAMBOA Sterling Hayden ft Karen Booth
g;15 "TOP GUN"
. :' ,'' Sunday HOUSE OF BAMBOO"
GAT UN Walt Elan'- Feature Cartoon
7:ea "PETER PAN" -
.. Sunday "THE ADVENTURES OF QUENTIN DCRWARD
MARGARITA Tony' Curtla". ft CoUeen Miller
-1:15 .. "THE PURPLE MASK"
Sunday I'LL .CRY TOMORROW .
CRiSTOSAL i Frank Sinatra, Eleanor Parker, Kim Novak
:is ft i:4 'The Man with The Golden Arm"
Also Showing Sunday ft Monday!
PARAISO -Udy from Louisiana? ft "EI Paso Stampede"'
SANTA CRUZ CUfton tVebb in ''Woman'a World"
CAMP BIFRD -Last Crooked Mile" ft "Shadows of Tomb-
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DOWN THREE DARK STREETS
T with Ruth ROMAN and Broderlck CRAWFORD

TO ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, CONSTRUCTORS AND PERSONS
WHO ARE, PLANNING TO CONSTRUCT OR REMODEL BUILDINGS
IN THE CITIES OF PANAMA AND COLON

(IT

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to consult with the Engineers of Cia.
Ponomeno de Fuerza y Luz about pro provisions
visions provisions for Electric, 'Gas and Telephone

services before you begin construction or re re-modeling
modeling re-modeling of buildings. ...

Don't wait until the building is completed dnd ready
for occupancy by J tenants before faking up these vital t
matters. r

You can save a lot of trouble, time and expense by

exchanging ideas with the Engineers of Companfa Pana-
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meria de Fuerza y'Lux from the very beginning. They al al-ways
ways al-ways stand ready to assist you.

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t' t l ' T N mixed up here as she dons a scarecrow's hat while re- v
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,; ' sf'-M ' '' chase unwanted visitors awaj, but she's no scarecrow.: "'I

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J nesting place for -Bwans and this is the time of the year when the swan population
takes a large leap. Here is a proud mother admiring a couple of her cygnets.

in nearly 40 years. The whaling industry has' returned. One'of the vessels chasing

these monsters of the deep is the Dennis Gatfler. On a recent voyage, pictured here, her

crew Kuiea a u-ioot, 4u-ton wnaie as it cruisea norm ot f aranone island, not more than
, 35 miles from San Francisco's city hall.1 After the whale was sighted, the vessel closed I

. in, the harpoon gun was fired and the whale dragged -in, .Crewmen lashed the, whdle ;
alongside and towed it to- Richmond, Calif.; to-be processed into fertilizers and oils

Skipper Bill Bartow readies the harpoon gun as the whale Is sighted (at upper left).

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Smoke from lh harpoon gun covers part of vessel as dtadly spear plungts home.. .Mammoth whale Is lashed alongside for lowing.



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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1356

OMgsewskfs HomeF Binge

giving

Power-Laden Redlegs
.Getting Added Punch
In First Place Battle

. ; By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK; July 7;(UP) Ted Kluszewski's
on a torrid home run binge today that's giving the
laden Cincinnati Redlegs an added

wallop in their battle to hold first place in the tightly-bunched
National League race.

hfthimt th. pdlfrt when they

defeated Robin Roberts and tiie
Philadelphia Phillies, a-1, in the
other National League game

at New yont was

r

J The 230-pound 'first-baseman
?ot oft to a slow start although
hi tjm?natM nardlv seemed to

mie. Ktm Knt k'. hammered!

UJMI Mv t ... .
.n hnmm In his last Sit Pittsburgh

'games to prove once again hes rained out ?
k m .ftpk" nf the RedleJC 1 ,:

11,1 TfXZT. .Tv .irnet Bin Carl Erskln. pitched u iirsi

jxra. rasa -sgyjaars

kluszewskl kept the Redlegs li career on May 12 to w boo boo-flrrt.
flrrt. boo-flrrt. lastniKht whenhe.erts, who became the Jh-stN.1,

walloped -a three-run homer in
t.h fifth lnnin? that r carried

them to a 8-4 victory over the
St Louis Cardinals and enabled
him tn. tin Rrnle Banks of the

Chicaeo Cubs for ths National

Tjami t-nii at 21 each. The tri'

umph left the Redlegs three
points ahead of the Milwaukee
Braves, who beat th-j Chicago

rnh s-n. as Warren Spahn

spun the 37th shutout of bis c-
Kluszewski's homer followed
singles by Johnny Temple j and
Wally Post after thr cardinals
had taken a 3-2 lead in the top
of the Inning. Jtookle Don Grosr
receiwd V credit for his second

wictnrv in a week altnougn ne

needed -help from Bustec Free Freeman
man Freeman in the seventh. Ed Bailey
also homered for the Redlegs

rhA rtPnH. the cardinal their

14th loss In 22 ; games i since

winging their big deal wun we

Spahn pitched a four-hitter
and allowed only one haserun haserun-ner
ner haserun-ner to reach second n gain'ng
his seventh win of the year
and the 190th of his career.
The Braves scored three runs
off Don Ealser in the first in.
nine:, two coming on solo
homers b liank Aaron and
Jn At! -nek.

The Brooklyn Dodsers remain

ed only six prrr-ta'e point,

10

Vcl2

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On CiuO,000
Emergency Fund

' COLUMBUS, O, July 1 (UP)
Minor League President G.
M. Trantman said last night
mail Tote of 21 mmor learoe
circuits WU be taken to decide
u p o n a proposed $100,000
emergency fund tor financially-troubled
baseball teams.
The president of the Nation National
al National Association of Professional
Baseball League said he re received
ceived received the resolution at hfe of
fice here, aliened by V'nce Mc Mc-Namara,
Namara, Mc-Namara, President of the, Po Pony
ny Pony League.: ..s -'rr,-'
The resolution called for es establishment
tablishment establishment of a fund. drawn
from the National Association
treasury for administration by
Trautman. Seven other minor
league presidents signed the
document
Trautman said the proposal
also 'ncluded a request for
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frlck to establish a slm'lar
$100,000 emergency fund in the
major leagues, ; ;
- Trautman said results of the
vote should be known In about
1 days. The plan la for this
season only. '.

nitnher to lose 10 sanies. Han-

aim Jackson trlDled to drive in

Peewee Reese and Duke Snider

in the sixth inning witn w-a
Brooklyn runs. It was the third
time this year that the Dodgers
beat Roberta, whorls now 8-10.
'The New York Yankees retain retained
ed retained their four-game lead in ths.

American League with an 8-4
triumph over the Washington
Senators that marked Boh Tur.
ley's first victory since June .7.
GilJUcDougaldg seventh inning
two-run single snapped a 2-2 tic
and the Yankees added three
unearned runs In the eighth

Turley weakened in the ninth

andt Tommy Byrne ana vTom
More an came on to halt the

Senators after they scored twc

runs., . ; : y-
1 The- second-place Chicago
White Sox enjoyed a "field
day" In crushing the Detroit
Tigers, 14-0, and Jim Busby
tied a major league record by
hitting a grand slam homer 'n
his second straight game to
give the Cleveland Indians a
4-2 decision over the Kansas
City Athletics in the other
A.L, games. Baltimore at Bos Boston
ton Boston was postponed by rsin.

w t

NET RESULTS Alfred Huber upheld his lefty reputation as Austria's Clown Prince of the Courts being eliminated from

Budge Patty. Huber hurdled through space, mouth agape, wound up in a

He rarely gets far, but there's never a dull moment

the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championship by Budge Patty. Huber hurdled throu

somersault in a desperate attempt to save himself a match point

Teams
Cincinnati
Milwaukee ,
Brooklyn
St. Louis ;

Pittsburgh
Chicago j
Philadelphia

New York

Jack Harshmnn

run homer to ? ;
Snx' -14-hif s
pitchej sevf- i t i
ing his founn su; j
victory of the year,
delivered three hr

hit a three-

X V White

;a

Kelson Box
j for the

White Sox to run his hitting

streak to eight games, -Busbv.
m .224-hitter. tied

mark shared by Babe Ruth, Bill

Dickey and Jimmy Foxx, whcn
he connected for his grand slam
off Troy Herrlage in the filth
inning. Busby also' hit a grand
slam in Thursday's 13-7 loss to
the Tigers, Mike Garcia won his

sixtn game ior me mawns wn.i
no-hit relief aid from Don Mos-

sl in the eighth and nintn.

TESTEBDAyS STAR Jm
Busby of the Indians, who h.'t
a grand slam homer to equal
a mark of hitting grand slams
in two straight games. The
mark was shared previously b.v
Babe Ruth, Bill Dickey and
Jimmy Foxx.

Today- fnconfo J5 .20
- Double In Cinemascope
Lana Turner, In -"RAINS
of RANCH1PUR"
. Tom Ewell, In
"The Ueutenant Wore Skirts"

Today IDEAL J2Q JO
Alan Ladd, In
. "THE BLACK KNIGHT"
Joan Simmons, in
"A BULLET IS WAITING"

LucCiict

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v Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATfERS
(Based on 175 offfo'al at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and Club g ab f h pet
Bailey,' Clnci. 57 179 30 80 .335
Bover. St. L. 74 297 57 97 .32?

Robinson. Clncl. 72 253 57 80 .31C

Musial. St. L. ; 74 280 43 87 .311

Moon, St. Loils 70 249 44 77 .Mt
Aaron, Mil. 69 265 43 82 .30

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle. N. Y, 73 272 69 101 .371

Maxwell, Det 64 207 44 74 .357
Kuenn, Det 55 245 35 84 .343
Kell, Baltl. 36. 192 21 62 .323
Skowron, V. Y. 58 190 25 61 .319

Nleman. Baltl.- 55 191 24 61 .SIS

uums nuns
Mantle, Yanks 29
Banks, Cubs ............ 21'
Kluzewski. Redlegs ;.... 21
Boyer, Cards i ... 20
Snider, Dodgers 19
" RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ,H....; 71
Wertz, Indians .. . . 0
Boyer, Cards . s, . i 60
Simpson, Athletics .... 59
Musial, Cards -i. ......... 57

Yost, -nat.f! s .....
Bayer, Carcis ,.
Robinson, nedlegs
Lopez, Athletics ....

HITS
Mantle, Yanks
Boyer, Cards

Ashburn. Phillies

Simpson, Athletics
Runnels, senators

63"
53
57
57
54

101

99
91
91
9G

' PITCHING
(Based on 7 Decisions)
W L Pet

Lawrence, Redlegs ,.H 0 1.000

Pierce, white sox ... 13 a .bo

Craig, Dodgers 8 2 .800
Sturdivant, Yanks ,i. 7 2 .778
Wilson. White Sox ...11 4 .733

l"!rn'f'4",l
?-"'"l'

Teams

Montreal
Toronto

Rochester

Miami
Columbus
Richmond
Havana

Buffalo

W
.49
.45
.46
.41
.41
.39
.37
.33

L
34
36
37
40
44
45
47
48

Pet
.590
.554

.506:
.482

GB

3
3
7

.464 10

.440 12Vj

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Postponed ;im of June 3)
(Seven Innlng3)

Montreal 000 001 01 5 0

Toronto 020 010 x 3 S i

Nlshlta. Cristane (5) and Ron

ning; Blake, Txivenguth (7) and

sawatski. wp: Blake; lp: ni
shita. HR: Wilson, DeruckL ;

(Second Game)

Montreal 010 00COOO 1 7 0

Toronto 000 101 20x 4 8 (

White. Crlstante (7 and Rose-

boro: Lovenguth and SawatsUL

LP: White. HRs: Morton 2.

Buffalo 2 239 000000-5 18 0

Rochester -.000 020 010-4 7 f

Bowman, Coleman (9) and

Sherry; Faszholz, Deal (1) and

Rand. WP: Bowman. LP: fast.
holz. HRs: Ortis, Phillipr, Deal
Rand. -

Miami 100 022 134 13 14 I
minmhna flno nnfi nni 1, a r

Morehead and Hoi ton; Tbies

Miller (6). CeccarelU t8t, Kume

(8) and Noble. LP: Thles. HR:

Gar bo us.

Havana at Richmond, 2 game

trosiponea, rami. T

AVOID VitnnSAL

DISEASES

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Globetrotters To Appear Here
In Single Game Tuesday Night

OUT OF DOORS ulth

GUNMAKERS COMB UP
WITH NEW IDEAS
By WARREN PACE
Shooting Editor

OuiU some time ago the genius

of John Browing,, probably t b e

greatest designer oi repealing sun

actions tne worm nas ever anowik

produced what for nearly half a

century was the basis oi our au automatic"
tomatic" automatic" shotguns.

Browning's concept which cre

ated a gun not truly automatic in
that it was not. meant to fire con continuously
tinuously continuously with only one pull of the
triieer. but semi-automatic in that

the sun cleared and reloaded it

self -fto require a trigger pull for
each individual shot was bssed
on the long-recoil principle..

That is. he let the kick, p u i i

the barrel and breechblock back

tn?nther far enoueh so that the

relascd barrel wou l ship ilsrlf

nff the scent shell and the for-

ward-followine breech block could

pick up a fresh hull and slide it

into the chamber.-. ;
I have no idea how many shot

euns have been made on this

scheme, certainly several million.
Winchester had a couple, in the

form worked on the long-recoil
idea. The Belgian plant called Fa Fa-brique
brique Fa-brique Nationals has turned o u t

Browning semi-automatics in snip-

loads and sun noes.

. Rcmmeton used tne same oe

sign in their original Model 11, and
more recently, in a modified form,

in their Model 11-48. The Savage

Arms, shipping rooms have seen

On The Beam

St. Louis
Blaslneame 2b

Dark ss .,..-..... 3
Musial lb 4
Boyer 3b ... .... v

Repulski If 4

Moon rf ., 3
Smith e 4
Del Greco cf .... 2

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Poholsky p 2

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Schmidt p ....... 0

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the packina of many Browning

based repeaters; and overseas the
Italian designers at the Franchi
and Breda plants have planned
most of their quick-firers on John

li s original action.

But the wheel seems to be turn

ing, we still-have the Browning

styled actions aad probably will
have when you; sous and mine
hang up their scatterguns; yet
their heyday seems over. From

the Browning plant itself, to the

ae&ign 01 Jonn s son vai, recent

iy came a self-loader based on a
short-recoil style of action, Then
the- Winchester technicians Seized

upon the slip-chamber principle

and made a gun, the Model, 50, in
which the barrel moves not at all.
Next to put power gas pres

sures to work, the engineers of

Hih Standard and moss recently

at Remington conceived fixed-bar.
rel scatterguns in which a piston
and counter-recoil springs to the
work of the pumpgunncr's hand in
making their weapons function.
All these have come in a rush,- a
burst of creative effort unrivaled
in the -history of shotgun design.
-And therein lies- the mystery,
not that there should be changes
from a concept almost five de decades
cades decades old, but that those changes
should come in such a bunch.
(Distributed by NEA Service)

The Harlem Globetrotters
will arrive on the Isthmus
Tuesday morning for a tingle
game appearance at the Pan
ama National Gym Tuesday
night against the Texas Cow Cowboys.
boys. Cowboys. The Trotters were expected
to 'arrive Monday, for a two two-day
day two-day stay but an unexpected
ehange In their schedule pre prevents
vents prevents them from stlck'ng to
their original plana. ..
Thli wlU be the third visit
of the world famous basket
ball team to Panama.
Ticket prices are 81 (one
dollar) for general admission,
$2 (two dollars) for- nox seats
and $1.50 for reserved seats.
Tickets are on sale at the Ibe Iberia
ria Iberia Restaurant the Panama
Gym, the Santa Ana K'osk
and the Hotel El Panama.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

(Night Game)

Brooklyn 000 002 000 2 5 t

Philadelphia 000 0001001 5 1

Erskloe (6-6) and Campanella
Roberts (8-10) end LopaU,

.... '. ; (Night Game)

iwgn. oame ntrMt nnnonnnnv a 1

St Louis 000 030 1004 4- ft rhi. moma m 1

Cincinnati 010 130 lOx 6 10 0 Gromek rS-S). Mastenon. Maai

BhUa1.1.h HI J J I "

A-uiuioijf ji;naon, xa-.anrl WUSOn.

Lovenaulh Carrying

Leafs On Shoulders
h II T!;:i: D::s

4lh International
Marlin & Sailfish
Tournament Hews

Totals

36 4 9 24 0

Cincinnati

Temple 2b 4
post rf 8
Bell cf ........... 4
Kluszewskl lb .... 3
Robinson If .... 3
Bailey c 4

jablonskl 3b
Bridge., 3b ..

b-Thurman
Grammas 3b

McMillan ss

Gross p ....
Freeman p

Totals

2 0
2 2
0 2
1 11
1 3

32 6 10 27 11

a Filed out for Jackson in
7th.
b Doubled for Bridges In 8th
c Singled for Del Greco in
9th.
d Filed out for Schmidt In
9th.

Radio reports from some
the boats out fishing In
tournament sponsored bv

Panama Rod and Reel Club give
a total of 113 sailfish raised, al-

tnougn au tne boats nave 1 not

oeen neard from.

rne iouowimr reportt eover

only Friday, July 6. -The
Q 56 raised 29 Sail, had

25 strikes, boated or released 13

7- The J 3750 raised 14, had 12

strikes..boated 4, and, released

The J 3762 raised 13, had 5

atriKes, boated or released 5.
The J 3753 doesn't report how
many raised, but boated and re released
leased released 15.

The p 805 raised 3 sailfish and

released 1.

The Serl raised 19 sailfish.

boated and released 14.

The Soltura raised 2. and re

leased l. -.

No more marlln have been

caught, although there have

NEW YORK. July 7 (UP)-

Lvnn Loveneutlu the Interna

tlonal League's top pitcher with

13 victories, la carrying tne uo uo-ronto
ronto uo-ronto Maple Leafs on his shoul
ders these davs.

The slim right-hander from
Camden, N.J., cam to Eddie
Brakes rUef In" the first game

of a doub eheader last nia-ht nd

then went out and defeated the

leaeue-lendln" Montreal Royals

4-1. in the niehtcap. Tht Leafs

won the onener by 3-1 score

The victories were the eiehth

md ninth in a row for the rod rod-hot
hot rod-hot Leafs snri Lovenauth thas

won three of them.
Toronto moved Into a second

nice tie with the Pochrster Red

winsis. who nronned a 5-3 dc'

sinn to the Buffalo Bison,, by

winning. Boh clubs- trail the

tne royals hv three mes. Lew
fnei Morton h't 0 oatr of homer fr

Toronw in mr econn nmr w w-account
account w-account for three of the four

runs. ; ; -"

Lou Orttts' thres run homer in

the second lnnlnor oroved to be
the winning blow for th Bison?

'n their win oer Rochester. R R-lUf
lUf R-lUf nttchw B11U (Ooti Del

Dick Rand and Jack Pbtllloj hit
Hases-emptv homnrs to account

for all the Rochester runs.
Th Miami Marllna barked up

eieht-hit. nltchln? by 8eth More

head with a )4-hlt attack for an

easv 13-t victory over the Co-

lur"bus Jets. Glenn, Gorbous bit
a tnree-nm homer for the win

ners in the ninr i mnine

Morehefd. picked up his third
win of the season against seven

losses.

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

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' TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N
Pittsburgh at New York
St. Louis at Cincinnati N)
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)

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TODAY'S GAMES
! New York at Washington (N)
Detroit at Chicago
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
. Baltimore at Boston v
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ; a
(Night Game)
New York 020 000 2318 11 1
Washington 200 000 002 4 7 2
Turley (4-2), Byrne, Morgan
and Berra.
Weisler (3-5), Chakales and
Courtney.

die, Schmidt and Smith.

Gross (2-0). Freeman

Bailey.

and

(Night Game)

Chicago 000 000 000 0 4 1

Milwaukee 300 010 lOx 5 7 c

Kaiser (2-3). Huehes and Chi

tl.

Spahn (7-7) and Rice.

Pittsburgh t New York S a

(Postponed rain)

Harihman (6-4) and Lolltr.

(Night Game)
Cleveland 000 400 000-4 5 9
Kansas City 200 000 0002 11 1
Garcia (6-7), Mosst and H
gan, AverilL
Herrlage (1-8), Shan tx, Gor Gorman
man Gorman and Ginsberg. 1

Baltimore at Boston"
(Postponed rain)

Gold Dust

By HERBERT MOISE '
v-' COLON -i- We' have "been keeping our eyes glued on tht
Chesterfield basketball team's statistics tor several reasons. But
our main purpose Is to see what is making our prediction ef

their winning this season's title hold up; so iar;j ;'f
Presently the defending champions are tied with Cigarrilloa
Gallito who they play tonight for the first time at the National
Gym in what is considered the battle that may reveal the team

most nxeiy to oe tnis years champions.
As. of now, according to an unofficial but very reliable
source, Chesterfield has outscored their opponents In the past
five games 416 points to 321. Their maximum scoring output
was a flat 100 made In their last outing on Monday against

me -napless Agenda Seymour.
' Paradoxically, this same team, Seymour, along with th'a
Cerveza Balboa scored most heavily against Chesterfield with
72 points. ., while Guardia. Naclonal with 51 was the low team
In the scored-agalnst column. c-v.v',;'i ; ;
For their 416 points, Chesterfield has made 165 field goals
with 86 free throws. The 86 free throws made were 62 per
cent of their 138 tries." in five games, the Colon Smokers have
been charged with 104 personal fouls.
The following Is an unofficial but reliable composite box
score of Chesterfield's play so far (five games) this season. :

Players & No. i FG FT FTM Fouls Points Ft.Ave.
Aikman 3 ... 11 4 1 S 23 J50
Tom 4 , 4 . 13 10 4 j 10 : 30 .400
Sewell r5 24 18 9 ,12 ,.57 .563
Pomares 0 ... 23. 25 18 12 ; 64 ., .720
Noel 12 . . 6 4 V,: 8 3 15 .750
Ardlnes 9 ... 16 5 3 8 33- .' .600
Moltnar 10 ... 6 14 8 11 20 .571
Taylor 11 .... 22 11 8 8 -52 -. ,.727
Huertas 8 . 12 4 4 ; 7 28 1.000
8mlth 14 .... 9 13 I 13 23 .885
Peltynovich 15 . 14 M 18 8 46 .783
WUliams 16 . 6 -. 7 4 1 16 .571
Hyacinth 17 S 2 1 t 1 -.500

Denotes leaders In each department

fishermen aboard: Elton Todd

of Panama.. Dr. Rafael De Boy-

been strikes. A full renort 01 -le of Colon. Francis Adams, of

the first week of the tournamert Mevico. Jav Wilson of Guate

will he o-l ven in Mnnriftv'i naner mala nr. Mortln ...Mangels .of

The Pescadora will go out not Miami, and Mario Martinez of
weekend, with the following Miami.

i News Of The

St Louis
Cincinnati

000 031 1004.

010 130 lOx 6

SUMMARY RBI: Blasln-e-ame
2. Dark 2. Kluszewskl 4

Bailey, jablon3ki. Doubles: Re Re-nulskl.
nulskl. Re-nulskl. Del Greco, 'Thurman

Triple: Jablonsld. HRs: Kluszew-
.1.1 VaIIau CfAlAn v.o... nl

Greco. Sacrifice fly: Kluszewskl
Doubleplay: Blasingame to Dark
to Musial. Left on base: St

Louis 7, Cincinnati 8. Bases on
balls: Poholskl 1. Liddle 3. Gross

1, Freeman I. 8.O.: Ponoiskv a

Jackson 1. Gros 5. Freeman 2.
Hits off: Poholsky 8 In 5 (pitch (pitched
ed (pitched to 2 batters in 6th), JackJon
O In 1, Uddle 2 In 1 1-; Schmidt
0 in 2-3; Grow 8 In 6 1-3; Free

man 1 in 2 2-3. Runs ana earneo
runs: Poholskl 5 end 5, Mddle 1
and 1, Gross 4 and 4. Hit by
oltch: Poholsky (hi1; Jablonskl)
WP: Gross (2-0). LP: Poholsky

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Ilev Yomans
Champ Played
Here This Year

WIMBLEDON, July 1 W
'Shirley Fry won the wom wom-en's
en's wom-en's infle title by; beating
.Angela Buxton -3, t,
(Local tennis enthuVasts will
: remember Miss Try as the
winner of the women's singles
I In the International Tennis
' Tournament held at the eowts
I of Hotel El Panama early this
Liitfe League
GinYH, Boys 16
Twin girls were born to AD-1
knd Mrs. Ova Jones on June 30
according to regular hospita re report
port report from Coco Solo Hospltar
Durlnir tne penou r
tildnight, July 4, w"",if,
births. During we J"1'""
84 patients were aanuwu.
B9 were oisciibikcu.
', Babies were corn wj
w,in mprlr.an ciuzens: dj
nuna'& ?-- .
s ntittHMM
. t. Tames WaldrOD. Of
Coco Solito, son; Mr. nd Mrs.
Emerson CottreU. of Gatun, son,
EN- and Mrs. James Tesney, of
Coco Solito, son; Mr. and Mrs
Thomas Minehart, of Sabanitas
gon; Sgt. and Mrs. Pedro Fell Fell-dano,
dano, Fell-dano, of Coco Solito. daugnter,
prt and Mrs. Gundell McCrack McCrack-en.
en. McCrack-en. of Coco Solito, daughter; and
AL-2 and Mrs. William Harvey
of Coco Solito, son. .
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following Panamanian citizens:
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Redman, of.
Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs
Javan Smith, of Rainbow City
son; and Mr. ana Mrs.
Yard, of colon, son.
' Girftwliis were born to S-Sgt.'
fcnd Mrs. Robert J. Schmidt, of
nam r.itv on June 29." c-
lordlng to the regular hospital
feport of Gorgas HospitaU
!' During the wee ending- at
midnight, July 2. 9 boys and 17
girls were born. During tne same
period, 178 patients were num
ted and 187 were aurcnarg.
Th niimns and addresses of i
the parents of the girl babies
""follow?"1'-''''" Yv--K,w
' EP-3 and Mrs. Billy G.
ion of Panama City; 1st I-t. and
Mrs. Robert D. Henke, of Fort
Clayton; Mr: and Mrs. Anthony
p. neLuca. of Ft. Kobbe; Mr
and, Mrs, Carlos Ai Arboleda, ol
Panama City; A-2-c and Mrs
Charles Lewis, Of Panama uuy;i
Mr. and Mrs., Ben.iamw Evans
et paralso; Mr. and Mrs. Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, H. McCoy, of Balboa; Mr
and Mrs. Samuel H. Blenman, of
paralso; Mr. ana Mrs. uonsr,?n-
tmo uowns, pi fanaina wiy,
Mr. and Mrs. Byron D. McDou-
gall, of Paralso and Mr. and
Mrs., cnaries l, juiics, u u-
rundu. i
ynys were oorn 10 me iujjuw-
Mr.,- ana 4 wirs. mnnui .M,
Reece. or La Boca; 8-egi.. ana
Mrs. Franklin E. carter, of La
Cona; Pvt. 1-c and Mrs. Eugene
j. Crans, of Balboa; Sfc. and
Mrs. Jay Elliot Wilcox, of Fort
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. Francisco
' Etienne, of Paralso; Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Barrett, o! Ancon;
SP-3 and Mrs. Joseph 3. Palln Palln-ke,
ke, Palln-ke, of Panama City; SP-1 and
Mrs. John C. Simmons, of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights; and S-Sgt and Mrs
' Robert L. Umberger,, of Albrook.
LUX
TODAY
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"Lei the people
31st I EAR

Polish Reds Prof est Interference
Of U.S. In Poznan Hunger Riots

WASHINGTON. JulV 7 fUP)
Communist Poland lodged a for-,
mal protest with the United States
vesterdav against what it called
U.S. "interference in polish inter
nil affairs." : '"'-v
Polish Ambassador Romuald
Spasowski delivered the not in
person 'to the Undersecretary of
stat Robert Miirohv.
spasowski said his g v e r
......
ment objected to a State De-
t gUtemeilt june 2 that the
Lnttea Mates was -profoundly
Gunmen ExecuteV
Creek Foreman
NirnSTA Cvnrus. JulV 7 (VP)
Gunmen ."executed" a Greek
foreman at the main British mili-
tarv base near Limassol yester
day v,
Officials said the slaying of tne
35-year old foreman appeared to
be an execution oraerea oy me
pro Greek Cypriot underground
EOKA because the foreman was
working for the 'British
Weather Or Not
This weather fr(. for the 24
hours ending a.m. today, k pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
HyaVographl I ranch of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Cempanri
B ALIO A CRISTOIAl
TEMPERATURE

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" 95 i 91
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HUMIDITY
High i,-.4.U
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WIND
(max. mph) .
RAIN (Incite)
WATER TEMP.
(iBBwharhers)
' TIDES
SUNDAY,. JULY
HIGH
LOW
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j:2j t.m,
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Most of the boseboll ployers
oren't hot enough to need Air Air-conditioned
conditioned Air-conditioned dugouts. omao
CENTRAL
TODAY
' GENERATING THE
MOST DESPERATE
EXCITEMENT
EVER ON CI
THE SCREEN I 1
1:15 3:44
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INDEPENDENT

know the truth end the

PANAMA, R. F, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1956

shocked" by shooting of Polish
workers daring recent hanger
riots in Poznan, Poland.
Asked if he demanded an apolo-
, gy, Spasowski said
t "I just delivered the protest and
that's all. The response depends
on the Department of State
whatever action they find, pro-:
1
Spasowski, .who spoke before tel-
evision cameras as he left the de-
partment, conceded that demands
ior iooa were ra a cenain ex
'.tent" behind .the Poznan 'iipris-
But he said the riots began as
peaceful demonstrations and the
shooting started only after "sub "subversive
versive "subversive elements" became lnvolv-
ed.
He identified the
."-'subVerslve
elements" as Poles.
Spasowski also said he mention-

DEMOS SAY 'TOO LATE'
Ike Wants To Lay Aside
Anti-Segregation Issue

GETTYSBURG. P., July i
(UP) President Eisenhower prom promised
ised promised yesterday to try to persuade
Congress to lay aside the anti-seg-egation
issue and pass federal
school aid bill before adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. '-.''. ( S "-:r
Back in Washington, however,
House Democrats charged 'the
President's statement came "too
late," Thv said he should have
wra thm Urai vntH

Thursday to kill a lj6001000,OOOjP1''-''H Uiinks they should be

school measure.
Rep. Samuel K. McConnel (It (It-Pa.)
Pa.) (It-Pa.) Republican manager for the
defeated bill, conceded the Pres President's
ident's President's statement might have
swung as -many as 25 more Re Republicans
publicans Republicans behind the bill if it
Jiad come before the vote.
Mr. Eisenhower's pledge was re
layed to reporters here by news
secretary James C. Hagerty.
He said the President "Deneves,
as he said many times, that the
school children of our nation need
classrooms. He has n r g e d Con Congress
gress Congress to pass such a bilL He
would continue to urg the Con Congress
gress Congress to pass' such a bill before
they" adjourn." u:; 1
Hagerty added tnai Mr. Eisen
hower also still is convinced that
the segregation issue which fig
ured heavily in Thursday s Mouse
action should be divorced irom
the problem of providing urgently-needed
classrooms.
TBe House voiea zz to is ro
kill the school bill Thursday aft after
er after a day of frantic maneuver,
lag in which K accidentally kill killed
ed killed and then revived aa amend
ment to deny federal aid to
states which fall to comply with
the Supreme Court's anti-segregation
decision.
This amendment, sponsored by
Seo. Adam Clayton Powell (D-N.
Y.) alieneated all southern Demo Demo-tralic
tralic Demo-tralic support. Then,' many .Re .Republicans
publicans .Republicans turned against the bill
alter tne Mouse rejeciea mr. ia ia-senhower's
senhower's ia-senhower's proposed financing
nlan
Hagerty was asked yesterday If
' 1 1 T
American Rifles ;
Fire Salute t
At Osan, Korea :
OSAN. Korea, Julv 7 (UP)-
Ahierican rifles fired in salute to today
day today in a bleak rainswept valley
where six years ago yesterday oth
er rifles were fired in anger for the
first time against Communist
forces. "-x
It was at Osan, 10 days after
the North Koreans crossed the
38th Parallel, that a small band
of Americans known as task force
Smith met the Beds in the initial
clash of the Korean war.
Sgt. Herman Critchfield of Jef Jefferson.
ferson. Jefferson. Mo. attended the 30-minute
ceremony today at the monument
erected atop a nui overiooiang me
valley. He is one or me inree
survivors of the original task force.
Said Critchfield: "I feel sad to
be here again."
New Yorkers Have
Coldest July 6
NEW YORK, July 7 (UPNew
Yorkers yesterday shivered
thiou'h the coldest July S on rec
ord. The mercury plunged to 56.T
at 4:20 a.m., breaking the prevl
ous record low for the day of 57

degrees in 1882.

i'ZZZ, DAILY

country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.

rrf in Murohv as "rather unfriend-
ly" a remark that Poland's offer
to buy U.S. food was -"phony.".
Stat Department spokesman
Lincoln White said Thursday that
Poland had offered to buy U. S.
grain on "credit terms." He said
Poland had in effect turned down
a U.S. oner of free food out tnat
its offer to buy on credit amount
ed to a request for assistance. He
termed the request phony,
Spatowiki said hit govern government's
ment's government's offer to bay VS. food
till stands. But he said Poland
cannot "accept gifts or charity."
It would like to buy some grain
"on the asis of equality with
other nations," he said.
. The adminitration does not per
mit sales or barter of grain to
Iron Curtain countries. Congress
now has before it a proposal to
change the law to permit barter,
the President would accept the
bill which was voted down by the
House,
' ."We are interested In school
rooms," he replied.
, -wun or wituout tne Powell a-
mendment?" a reporter asked
"The President has expressed
nimseii on tnat many times in
Ipress conferences." Ha eertr re
Separated. We are interested
in
school rooms.
Informed of the President's
stand. Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey
(D-W.Va.), a leader in the fight
for the measure, said (hat "If he
was sincere in wanting school
construction legislation he should
have made the statement before
the vote. It would have made all
the difference, in the world."
House Democratic Leader John
W. McCormack (Mass) said the
chief executive "would have been
more effective if he had operated
oeiore -ue tact tne vote among
the members' of his own oartv
wno voiea against tne Diu."
Rep. Richard Boiling (D-Mo.)
said in jest that "This is a clear
II. J, .; iL.i ... I
inuicauon uai even, a pan-ante
president it better than ae pres president.".
ident.". president.". r
Rep.1 Emanuef Caller (D-N.Y.),
accusing the President of a "lack
of leadership," said. "His efforts
to revive tne bill are as abortive
as driving a sail into t o 1 1 a n
wood."
V
I
'i.ati
MI
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CHOICE LANCUACE-Fort Madison, Iowa, Evening Demo Democrat
crat Democrat gives a nine-language welcome to representative from 50
foreign countriea as they descend on the city for a pen com company's
pany's company's week-long export convention. Newsboy is Mike Seed.

NEWSPAPER

rrro CENT
In surplus commodities' with all
Communist countries except nus-
sia, China and North Horea.
The State Department, in its
June 29 statement on the Polish
riots said the Poles "apparently
feel that their government prima prima-rilp
rilp prima-rilp serves the Interest of the So
viet union."
Reds Ship Food
To Quiet Rebels
In Hungry Poznan
' BERLIN. July 7 (UP) Polish
Communists shipped food to
seething; Poznan today to satis
fy hair tne reoei cry jor -oreaa
and freedom." .; -,; r-y.,, r
It arrived with the warning
there would be no freedom.:
The government, through the
press ana radio, warned au rebellion-minded
Poles against
any "counter r e v o lutionary
coup.",
Alonsr with food shipments
the government granted another
concession and gave 5,000 Poz Poznan
nan Poznan workers tax rebates totalling
$735,000.
The disciplinary arms of the
government continued their
crackdown while the government
alleviated some of the worms'
distress. -.:. ',
One returning western travel traveler
er traveler estimated that 3,000 rebels
were under arrest.
"The arrests are continuing
dally." he said. i
"Troop, patrols still re every-,
.where In the city, All public
buildings are under guard."
The government tried to pro
pagandize the workers out if
their rebellious mood by point pointing
ing pointing to the food shipments and
tax rebates on the one hand
and the ruthless vengeance to
be exacted for any uprising.
The press and radio warned it
would be a "delusion" to thin
the communist, regime could te
toppled now after 12 years in
power.
Scotched
NEW YORK, July 7 (UP) Po
lice in search of one purse snatch
er have their work cut out for
them unless the thief changes his
clothes. .;.,.:;" :;;v
. Miss Florence Thompson report
ed that a man she met in a bar
followed her home and as she o o-peped
peped o-peped her apartment door, he ran
up and yanked her purse out of
her hand.
She said the thief was wearing
pla!d kilts, a matching tarn o'-
shunter, wmte shirt with black tie,
and long white hose.

Playwright MilleyGets 6-Mont;
Passport To Accompany illarilyr.

WASHINGTON. July T (UP)
Playwright Arthur Miller, who
almost missed the boat haf
been vranted siT.mnnth n.-
port to accompany actress Mar Marilyn
ilyn Marilyn Monroe on a honeymoon in
Europe, the State Department
announced today
- Approval of Miller's travel ap application
plication application had been delayed while
he answered certain 'derogatory
information'' that knt him
from getting passport two
years ago. '--.
on tnat occasion be only
wanted te see an overseas pro production
duction production of one of hk plays.
This time, with a honeymoon
with the curvaceous Miss Mon Monroe
roe Monroe at stake, Miller made an

House Committee Trims Ikes

Foreign Aid Bill Drastically

L" WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The economy-minded House Ap
propriations uominiuee voiea
today to trim this vear'i foreien
aid program to $3,400,000,000, a
whopping 1ft billion dollars less
win rresiuem sisennuwer, pro proposed,
posed, proposed, u -'.
In round figures, the'' commit committee
tee committee recommended $1,70.000,000
in military aid and $1, 50,000,000

w ) v r Mr v M U if O uai UH
nations durinpr the fiscal year.spent funds u available .. at the

tnat oegan si sunaay. Mr. itis
enhower has nroposed $3,W0r
000,000 in military aid and $1,-
900,000,000 in economic kid.
' The committee', money bill
represents a new low as the
Presidents original $4309,OM,
909 foreign aid request pro progresses
gresses progresses through Congress. He
had agreed te a 309 million
dollar reduction but warned
that any deeper cut would
threaten America's security,
1 In earlier actions, the Rouse
had approved a $3,800,000,000
fnraintk lf4 anffinpivfif Inn hill
and the Senate had authorized
a $4,500,000,000 program, nouse-
Senate conferees hope to reach
an agreement on mis diu by to
morrow. :
TThe1 conferees announced to
day that they have reached ten
tative agreement on the maior
items In a compromise It.ino,
000,000 authorization bill. The
figure includes about $3,900,000.'
000 In new funds and nearly 200
million dollars in carryover
funds. .', .'-..;
No details were available 1m.
mediately. But Chairman Wal
ter F. George (D-Ga.) of the
Senate conferees said the group
just about split the difference
on most money items,
All major programs calling
for government expenditures go
tnrougn congress twice., Tne
House and Senate first author
lze the program, setting spend spending
ing spending limits. They then must pass
separate legislation, originated
ny tne appropriations commit
tee, to provide the actual money,
xne House Rules committee
promptly gave permission to
Ilixcn In Formosa
Talking Yilh Chkng
TAIPEI. Formosa.' July 7 (UP)
Vice President Richard M. Nix
on arrives here today from Indo-
ciima lor conferences with oener
alissimo Chiang Kai-shek. Author Author-itauve
itauve Author-itauve Nationalist Chinese sourc sources
es sources said Chiang is expected to bring
up matters of "consideraoie im importance"
portance" importance" during the talks.
- Nixon, who is on a whirlwind
tear of the anti-Communist nations
of the Far East, was scheduled to
teach this nationalist island oas oas-tkn
tkn oas-tkn around 10:30 p.m. Because of
the lateness of the hour, no mili
tary honors will be acturaea the
American Vice-President.
However, full honors are plan
ned for his departure Sunday afternoon."';""-""'
""-'" ( i"; ""
Nixon will spend only about 14
hours here. He and his wile will
be the guests of Generalissimo
and Madame Chiang at the Presi Presidential
dential Presidential mansion outside of Taipei.
Hi formal talks with Chiang are
scheduled for early Sunday.
Chinese and American author authorities
ities authorities here expected no unsual pro pronouncements
nouncements pronouncements to come out of the
meeting. '.:-.. '-
However, authoritative sources
said Chiana- would bring up cer.
tain important matters. These,
they said, probably would mciuae
American intentions toward Com-
munict fTiini and the U. S.-R C d
Chinese ambassadorial talks in j
Geneva.
Dean Martin Signs
Contract For Film
Without Jerry
HOLLYWOOD "juhr 7 fUP
TWan Martin hn ttmjt fAn.
tract for his first movie without
nis comedy partner jerry Lewis.
ji'jm disclosed yesterday tne
crooner will co-star possibly oppo opposite
site opposite Pier Angeli in "10,000 bed bedrooms"
rooms" bedrooms" to be filmed in Italy. Mar Martin
tin Martin and Lewis currently are ap appearing
pearing appearing in Atlantic City, N.J., in
what they have claimed will be
tbir last appearance together.

all-ont effort to ? clear hi,

name.
The only thing now standing
in the way of the lanky prize-
winning autnor and the over
seas trip with America's best best-known
known best-known blonde L a thrpat.AnH
congressional contempt citation
lne Mouse nomm t.tj n
American Activities ordered Mil
maa
of contempt withinjO yTor
Id UII J II II I J I IA nilflfea ttimmlS
iace possible wosecutlon. Tn
morrow Is the deadline. .

Ren. Gordon ri J?61,1 to? Production ol

Ohio), a committee member
said last week that- contempt!
proceedings are so Involved that'
Miller, even if he should be clt-

take the $3,400,000,000 tpproprla-lport hewas asked to submit an
tions bill to the House floor for'",davIt on. possible-5 Commu-i
action Monday,. Special permls-lnlst connections in the past. He
Inn wj. J i IHIH art mmm) flan., mw. iannlw-

o.wi wa xiccuea oecause con
gress has not yet authorized this

j-"' iu cijm ma program. - v,luanU.
The House A p p ropraitions ed; department some addi addi-Committen
Committen addi-Committen ertiMwA tK. j. j itional data. This SDuarentlv sat-

minlstration's handlin? of the
foreign aid prbgram It said
there was $6,800,000,000 in pre
"uaiy appropnatea but still un-
siart or the new fiscal yeaf.
"It jDDears." thd

said, "that freouentlv wofframtlVrfUPTaln S W lie.

are formulated with 'little or no
consideration oi the needs of
tne country j or f cpuntris con-
:-Y':'
It said it WOnM ma V thn..
ough InvestiBation" of ih's nM
Droeram the mmlnr vpip n tv,af
- " - n J
wumu os db nanaicappea ny
thai vanif Infnrmat.inn It .olrf f K.
adm nlstration provided-on in
dividual projects.

NO SCOWLING FOR THIS FRAULEIN Margit Munk
left, has been elected "Miss Europe of 1958" t the annual
beeuty contest, held this year in Stockholm. Sweden. The new
queen, shown being congratulated by Miss Holland, Rita
Schmidt, wis the Deutschland entrant. Miss Germany.

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ed,'inay be divorced before, hi.

cse couia come to trial.
"It couldn't possibly 'lnterf en
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Misa Monroe Is scheduled t(
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Miller ; had refused Vdurlng
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me names of alleged Communist
writers wiint wnom he conferred
In 1939 and 1940. He talked free freely
ly freely about hia own nast hnvnpr
and emerged from the meeting
w announce nis. engagement to
the blonde actress.
When the 40-vear.old writnr 1
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nis "Death of a Salesman," ap applied
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(UP) The cantata nt the freight.
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ed ftolice todav iii nut rinwn mu.
mii vu uvuiu. Mcwiucn tuiupiam f
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