The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama


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

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PC Attorney Challenges
Pilots' Expert Witness

- After the qualifications of CaptJohn M. Bishop, en entered
tered entered as the second expert wjtness for the Panama Canal
pitots we challenged today by the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company lawyers defending the Company In the $2,000,000
uit filed against them, he was admitted provisionally as
an expert by District Court Judge Guthrie F. Crowe.
? The slow-moving pilots' ease which seeks to recover
! ovei $2,000,000 In back pay and other compensation
!' entered it fifth day today as court convened at 9:25 this
V - V r.f.'-' ....'


Before a courtroom filled withany knowledge of Panama Ca-

lntrested spectators, mww mu opera wows, u
inwrwiea ;8v -j. ver jit. .oirt thath had studiei

'".V..-' .ttarnw fff
William O ijWUf f
the DlainUff called Bishop to
what the pay rates nd prwtices
are In the mariume
In addition, the plaintiffs
want Rshop's testimony as
proof of the compensa tion
which would be Wfrire lg
the maritime industry If pilots
.were paid In rdc"
. prevailing rates to the tados-
'" Before the court .recessed.

, noon, a series m
.iion marine Berson-

nel instructions issued by the
Miliary sea TPLf wa wa-,
, wa-, well as revised schedule wag
li for civilian marine personnel
w-re .introduced as exhibits by
The Clear-spoken.
ed Bishop gave his residence as
Arlln-'ton, Va; At present he is
t nutional orKanteatlon 01
Masters. Mates and Pilots.
.airt hi maritime expert-
ence dated baca. m "VI"1
he began -womng ir M'H ""
6m.tovs rorooration
ns -.v". v. id. he
had-served as seaman, first
mate, second mate, .took, quar-
.tr nilot and master P-
'";, i-- orin( ne was
! Pl' ?rU oTtn
' ju : t. "P he be
came associated with the Mas Mas-ten
ten Mas-ten Matefmd Pilots .organtea-
volved in'neBVUtt"","w7ees
and WJXtVt
and workinr conditions ofjes-j
sels operatcu o, 5"--.T
Bient and pnva "kC";''i;,!
He was elected national
vice-president of. the organiza organization
tion organization In charge of Western Riv Riv-era
era Riv-era In 1950. This Job was -cerned
w'th the setting of pol policies
icies policies for the national "';
sation which encompassed the
entire tnited SUtes. Hawaii,
. Puerto Rico and the Canal
tone. In addition, he handled
labor, industrial and publ t rc
lations for ine orgnn..
In 1952, Bishop stated, he waj
elected to the two-year office of
Secretary-treasurer ana ma ww
was concerned with setting pol policies
icies policies relative to legislation, for
the organization, and settling la la-nscrement
nscrement la-nscrement oroblems. Hf
alsot negotiated contracts for Uv
land operation, off-shore and
Canal operations pertaining to
the maritime industry.
' In his present position, tne
witness added; he appears before
legislative committees proposing
legislation beneficial to the in-
Bishop explained; iri answer

ft nuestion by Tyson inav irc.oroven 10 u nr"",

had served as an expert witness
on maritime hearings in the
past when he had been called
both in the midwest and Wash Washington
ington Washington areas to r""- as an ex expert
pert expert technical witness.
Nixon Flies To

MXONS RETTIKN FROM GOODWILL TOUR Vice-President and Mrs. Richard Nixon (left)
in iwtfd mi "Self arrival in Washington, by Sen. WUllam Knowland and ag
John Foster Duiles (right). ;The Nixons were, returning from an 11 -day round the wona
nodmili tour. .,,,

rxrn .Vp! whether lu had

riltinn. Vwrtftlninir to labor!
j- n if
relations In the Panama canal
fnr the Tinst six years. e ex-
plained that he became acquaint.
eu wiui mese cu""1"""0 w"s
Tieeruitin reoresentative for,
the Canal with whom he had
corresponded, during the course.
f Viicinaoc I
B shop mentioned that fler fler-Ing
Ing fler-Ing this time he had been of offered
fered offered a commission to come
down to work here and had
been seriously considering it.
For that reason, he studied
the employment brochure put
out by the Canal with parti particular
cular particular care. Be added, that he
also studied the main qualify
cation of the lota descriotion

for pilots.. (yesterday morning.
, Since he arrived here, Bishop. ". i.
said, he has made a Canal tran. Jones, 48, was returning In ms
cif n,HK en ov tnniarri navias. car earlv vesterdav morninK from

tional problems encountered by
the pilots.
"The fact that I have spent
many years in this type of opers opers-tion,;
tion,; opers-tion,; of course, intensified my in
terest in seeing it firsthand"
Bishop added.
Before permitting ,cross-examiiw
ation by the Canal's lawyers, i
juage wowe wougni ou ine poms

to t"y experience he has had rever. frflm us. military base

inure. w.uiKu c wiura.
wneuier n naa pai
U r notiations.for
which pay;
that durina his' tenure of office he
had on many occasions gone Into
vapinn rpa- maklnff IriDS to I
oortft both coastwise : tad ofTl
- '''1 f0,,v
iher industry if ho hid not
acquired himself first hand with,
randitiont. Bnhoo added.
In cross-examination, Canal at attorney
torney attorney David J. Markun asked
whether Bishop held an unlimited
masters license. -Z-u
'Yes, for Mississippi and tri i
butary rivers' Bishop said.
"But not for oceans?"' i'
"No,'" was the jTeply.'!"
- Merkun's- contention was- that
the witness had not established
himself as an expert,! in either
conditions of employment or skill
required for piloting in the Canal
Zone. He said they would accept
Bishon as an expert in his field
covering the organization of Mas
ters, Mates ana jruois. ? -:
Judge Crowe then .admitted
Bishop as an expert provision provisionally,
ally, provisionally, subject, to his proving
connection between .. .the duties
and responsibilities of masters
compared to these of Panama
Canal pilots.
in irrpntine testimony concern
ing salaries, the Judge added, he
frit the eounsel for the defense
toB.d. ijar. not,
iniB ICSllIllWliJ i wwwv
be excluded. ? ;
"The plaintiffs are alleging they
are companble," the Judge stat stated,
ed, stated, "and they have a perfect right
to prove it at this time."

Gettysburg For Discussion With President

Crosses Blaze At Home Of Key Men
In Famed School Desegregation Case ;

, WASHINGTON, July 14 (UP)
Blazing crosses lit up the sky
earlv todav In front of the homes
of several top Washington offi officials
cials officials including Supreme Court
Chief Justice Earl Warren v and
Justice Felix Frankfurter,
The bIg wooden crosses blazed
i t,nma. e su.
preme Court justices who ruled
Anr lA4 HriVAP
QU J nOlU 1lIlCI
Of Truck Hit ;
By James R. Jones
Police at Rio Hato today were
holding the driver of truck in involved
volved involved in the accident in which
Panama Canal carpenter foreman
James K. Jones lost his left arm
SanU Clara when his car ran into
the platform of the truck being
35, according to reports received
from Rio Hato. Tne accident oc occurred
curred occurred on the Central Highway,
near the Farallon River bridge.
Tt.e blow received by Jones
crushed his arm so badly it was
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Mowing the
1 1 i J
no luvca'aiioa by Kio liaiu
jce luthonties.
Three Trade Feirs
Behind Iron Curtain
The United States is "reported
planning to participate in three
International trade fairs behind
the Iron Curtain iri Europe next
year if Congress approves.;- t t-An
An t-An administration source said
last night the Commerce De Department,
partment, Department, with State Depart
ment approval, nas aeciaea-w
accept invitations to participate
In fairs in Moscow; Poznan, Po
land; and Leipzig, East Germa Germany.
ny. Germany. Actual participation depends
on whether congress votes me
necessary .. money, the source
added. x.V'-V.
The informant was unable to
confirm a published report that
Russia has signed an agreement
with American business groups
for participation in an agricui
tural fair In Moscow's new Gor
kl Park in July and August, 1957.
He POd ou .fwevernat
participate in the fair; and mat
th u s. eovemmeni mans w ac
cept if money is available. The
business groups presumably
would carry out the UJS share
of the fair,

" .-,
on the famed school segregation
case and supporters or. Integra
tjon. .i s
Police said two wooden cross
es were burned in front of the
fashionable Sheraton-Park Ho
tel where Warren, Sen. Herbert
H. Lehman (D-N Y.), Secretary
of Defense Charles E. -Wilson
and other government officials
live. .
Police said a resident tt the
Sheraton-Park aw two men
drive un in a ear with Virginia
license plates and set fire to the
crosses, police reiusea say
however, if they had the num numbers
bers numbers on the license plates, r lf
Warren wrote the supreme
Court's historic school integra
tion decision in 1954. Lehman is
Two George Washington uni
versity students Martin Ro-
sensky and Monk Casper told
police they found a cross burn-
in? In front of the apartment
house where Solicitor-General
Simon Sobeloff lives. ; They said
they knocked it down and put
out the flames. :
Sodeloff said he had been a-
sleep and seen nothing.
Sobeiofl represented the gov
ernment in the famed school in integration
tegration integration case before the Su
preme Court, t
Rebel General
Suffers-Losses: ;
1 I,;?r2) fuH
' CANT HO, IndutUna, July 14-(UP-Viet
Names soldiers trim trimmed
med trimmed off the Jong hair of a rebel
general today and cut off his dead
Not until be was led to the guiU
lotme in a cemetery here did Gen!
Ba Cut, 32,' learn that his wish to
die like a soldier before a firing
squad had been denied. V.
Ba Cut, an anti-French guerilla
wdo refused to cut his hair as
vided, met death calmly at diwnn
In the last few moments while a
cloth was being wrapped around
tion from the regular Viet Namese
armv and to rebellion
But he denied to his last breath
the charges of arson and murder
of which he also was convicted.
Two hundred Viet N S m e t e
watched the execution.
Ba Cut who had been the mili
tary commander of the semi-rell-
giotis Hoa Hao sect which oppos
ed tne pro. western aoum viei na namese
mese namese government, was driven to
the cemetery in an army truck.
Soldiers had 'cut Ba cut s
shoulder-length hair to almost, reg regular
ular regular length. He was dressed in
loose trousers and black shirt.
He was calm and stared impas
sively at the guillotine in the cem
etery. There were no preumina-i
nes and no religious rues.
5U ldiers threw the cloth over
hi head as he numbled his guilt
Fom of them forced him to his
knees and held "him in position.
The entire operation took five
minutes from the time he' was
driven -to the cemetery to the mo-
(mcnt the blade feu.
GETTYSBURG, Pa.;, July 1 (UP)
Vice President Richard M. NH
i flew here today, to report; ti
Prtrident Eisenhower on his
cent far east trip,
The Vice President told n e w r-
men on his arrival that 'he hei
no plans to discuss politics or the
coming election campaign.
But he added he would talk a.
bout "anythiiig the President wans
to discuss." Mr. Eisenhower hrs
maiie it "abosolutely clear he w1 1
be pleased to have Nixon as hs
running mate again.,
Nixon said he and Ma. Gcr.
Wilton 'B. Persons-, who accompr
nied him, would also report to Mr
Eisenhower oir the legislative ai'-
uation as eoneress heads into Vi
closing weeks. Persons is Chief of
White House -Congressional wa
son. .:
Today was Nixon's first meetin
with Mr. Eisenhower since tnf
President reaffirmed his decisia
to run again. The Vice Presider
was scheduled to fly here yeste yeste-day
day yeste-day but he cancelled the trip be
cause of bad weather.

SEE-SAWING at Camp Cazone, the Girl Scout's Summer Camp
at Fort Clayton, are Nancy Wenborne, Unit 3, aged 19 (left),
and Kathleen DeLapp, Unit 3, aged 11. The Clayton' Camp,
which lasted for two weeks, received 78 Canal Zone girls rang rang-ing
ing rang-ing in age from 10 to 15 years., (U.S. Army Photo)

yfI ;jJl..f I llr;
Before Feeing L:fet:..;e.OD:r!:nc:s

ORLANDO,: Fle.r July 14 (UP
Little Mike Sibole played hap happily
pily happily today among the yellow roses
he loves so Well, unaware that
hi. .. Miinrful world will in four
days be plunged into darkness.
Undo hospital next Wednesday Jo
h.v hi rieht eye removed be-
leii, eyo.
- ., two vears ago.
"The operation is being done to
,u.F hiiH-. life." said the
doctor who wiU perform. the sur
, -' t- .- r. -i--
Tne nhvsician said Mike' eye
eancer is or tne re
. ji . -t.. hi St dt ATTI 9 1
type, which Be. oen
"highly hereditary. I understand
Babe Didrikson
Undergcss Maior
Suroerv For Cancer
GALVESTON, Tex.;" July .14
(Tipr Babe
rial who is tighting begird
"e wlth cancer., ent
inree una ""v 1 j" ,hlrh
h.ia,n mrfffrv today wmcn
doctors saidVs to relieve pain.
. .nnkMtnan descrio-
edthroprratTonasachordoto edthroprratTonasachordoto-my
my edthroprratTonasachordoto-my a surgical division or a
nerve tract of e spinal cord
- in other words thenteam of
neurosurgeons at John seaiy
J::" I7 .L..rH the aninal nerve
of the body to siop -"'
spokesman said.-
'The famed voman athlete
morirt tier 4zna
w,"lday entered the hosptral
29 for another ser'es
of X-ray treatments for a
.n.i nf nain.
In 1953, sne uiiuciwc...
-i miimimt Tex., to re-
-Vjrrfid heV;MiB
had been increasing of Jate
wgery was performed to "make
"lr as comiurmuw -;-.-;-
" "Barnng CompucuMuuB
,..u rB from the surgery
;he spokesman said, "she will be
Ml rlgnt ana a ul ""
- n.kii. husband. Georre ZahR-
as said she came through the
ong operation "fine and is do-
ng wen."
loots Scheduled
"or Toboga Fiesta
m -ii v. at 1siinol

sciTedule USrBa -pi H T,nVi,n official. ..Id 1 before the
Wa if Carmen at Taboga. tastily evacuated from JTuiusia
r, ".. .:u v.. .v.ii.hi avnlil'ioil. Thev also demanded the re-

oneestion which has occurred
past years at this fiesta time.



the child's mother
ir haiT do
th Tier
eyes removed
Mike s foster parents, the Rev;
and Mrs. J. W. Sibole, are help
Ing him cram a lifatime of see seeing
ing seeing Into the Uw remaining days
knowing that after the operas
tlon, he will have only mamor mamor-it
it mamor-it of nature's wonders.
"We've been doing a lot of
sightseeing." said Sibole. "Wher
ever there are pretty flowers,, we
slop and let him see them. He
levei? to pick flowers, particularly
yellow roses.";
The family returned this week
from a trip to Miami, where-Si
bole arranged lor Mike to be en
rolled in a pre-school training class
for blind children. But to Mike
the visit was a wonderful sight-.
seeing trip.
He was taken to Africa; U.S.A.,
the wildlife tourist attraction north
of Miami, where he had his last
look at tigers, lions, giraffes and
elephants. He was fascinated at
the Miami Seaquarium. He went
on long rides, drinking in the
beauty of Miami's well-kept lawns
and gardens. v
"Although his sight Is failing,
Mike is as active as any four,
year-eld," said Sibole. "He re.
cently learned how to roller roller-skate
skate roller-skate and he loves to swim."
"He' "can float by himself al-
Sibole, pastor of the First Bank
Baptist Church, has been taking
the boy to the Presbyterian Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in New York every two
months fo.' treatment Sibole said
the doctors administered X-rays
and nitrogen-mustard treatments.
But now there is no alternative.
'He' had as many treatments
as his system, can stand," said
the. pastor. ,.J.,;; ; .-
Tunisian Delegation
anri vi n.rrencn
' I
PARIS July 14 (UP) The
tesuer 01 we lunigmn oeiejiauon
anruptiy Drow on inaepenaence
- isik,, ttiii, Frnrh nfficials vester-
day because of whst .he termed
i tne uninenaiy huhuuc m run.
vice rresiaena ueni juiagnam
..1,1 h did not feel it worth while
- to continue the discussions aimed
at exoandintf Franco-Tunisian co
operation in the present "climate."
Advisors Indicated ne piannea ro
leave Paris as soon as possible.
k maior objective in the talks
is to work out a "new deal" for
French forces in Tunisia, which
was granted independence I byj
Frinp list March 20.
in turn of Bizerte, where France


No Change
-USW Chief

PITTSBURGH, July 14 (UP) Neaotiationt townVrl

ending a crippling two-week

workers entered a weekend recess today with the nation's

rop laoor trouble-shooter reporting the strike s status 'tQ'
officials in Washington.

v When two days of talks wound up in Pittsburgh shoffT
ly after noon yesterday United Steelworkers oresidenr

David J. McDonald told newsmen, "there is absolutely n6
change in the situation."

.. McDonald and other union officials met for two and
one-half hours with representatives of the industry's "Big
Three" U.S. Steel, Bethlehem and Republic steel cor corporations
porations corporations before taking a break until 10:00 a.m. Monday.'

Joseph F. Flnnegan, director
of the Federal Mediation and
Conciliation service, did not sit
in on the iolnt union-manaee-
ment session. He met later with
company negotiators who told
him what went on behind- the
closed conference room doors.
Before leaving with two alder
for Washington for conferences
with Labor Secretary Jame
Mitchell, Fi","'",9n n!d s!",
.ke ars-i 1 Ijs ti-
,i couatii's economy
sci inus
President is well in
German Killed In
Tavern Brawl Wilh
American Soldier
BAMBERG, Germany.' July 14
(UP) The city of Bamberg yes yesterday
terday yesterday demanded withdrawal of A A-merican
merican A-merican troops from the area to
"safeguard our citizens" against
attacks by uis.
Mountine West German criticism
of alleged misconduct by Ameri.
can soldiers erupted into a formal
demand for closing of U.S. bases
in and around Bamberg as the re
suit of the mass rape of a 15-year-old
German girl Monday night
and an attack on an 18-year-old
gin on luesaay. ?t
The U.S. Army formally charg
ed seven soldiers with the rape
of the younger teen-ager. Four
soldiers are in custody ill connec
tion with the second rape. :
The city government said it was
takjig up its demands with ap
propriate American and West Ger
man lederai autnorities, ine west
German government in Bonn said;
its Foreign Office would step into,
the situation. j I
". '"'
m m. si 3
The City Council passed a reso-
luticn late last night announcing
its demands and outlining protec
tive measures to "safeguard tne
ei-iiritv of our citizens.";, i
The council said police patrols
would be re-doubled after dark
and city swimming pools will be
closed to GIs. Tavern owners who
sell liauor to' soldiers who are
rfnuiV will lose their licenses.
The crackdown was one of the
tougheste ver ordered by German
officials: against American xroops.
Thanks To You. .
And You, And You.'
PARIS, July 14 (UP) U Mecha Mechanic
nic Mechanic Jean Spiriti is two fingers
short today because of a series of
mistakes other peoples"';
Sniriti sliehtlv injured two of his
fingers at work and was. taken to
the doctor. t
The doctor orescribed a certain
serum and sent him to the phar
him the wrona serum and wnt
him the wrong serum
him to a nurse
Th nnria infected the serum.
Sporiti's finger. got inflamed
and the original doctor decided to
hmjm thm driined.-
But the surgeon to whom he'
sent Sniriti allegedly made yet
another mistake and amputated
then. '.V"
Spiriti is suing them sU. : ;

strike by 650.000 basic steel.

formed on development, he
said, but added tat ha did
net feel the dispute has ereaU
ntlnt emergency as
John A. Sterjhens." v tn
vice president and the chief In.
nusiry negotiator, did not di divulge
vulge divulge what turn his discussions
with the union have takfn
Firincan ?'H V. v- "t
t ...
re;.-ort lei. .uti i
the industry oiicals.
" The companies evident; v
were clinging to their offer of
a long term, ne strike arree- 4
ment with wage increase ayer- :
armg 7.J cents an hoar each
year and ether benefits spread
over the life of the contract.
The industry proposed a min- r
Imum eontraet length of St
months. The Industry said the
package would cost ft 65 cents
an hour per man. r
The union's ware nnllrv mm.'
mittee rejected the offer. ; Me-
Donald told the committee the
wage offer was too small and
accused the industry of seeking seeking-to
to seeking-to finance its billion dollar ex
panslon program "out of 'the
sweat and blood of the men, .of
steel" by binding-the union io
a long term contract "r-'
Flnnegan said he and his
aides will return here Monday
stand by when negotiations fe-'
aume. He warned of the growlii
impact of the walkout on the
nation' economy.
Even If the strike were settled settled-immediately,
immediately, settled-immediately, he said, its effeeta
would be felt for a long tlmC
Marilyn Wigglc
Into England S
IINDON July 14 (UP) Ma-

rilyn Monroe arrived in breathles
Britain bundled in tight brown
beige today and pushed away mi-
annktiASi vara t la tk MMiltnK am.

: VIVUIIUIIV TV I MI mix; BII1111UK till
no.jnCement that she likes to talk
to men 'pert0auy."

" The British treated her like a -queen
for a. day,

Maruyn marcnea witn me wiggle-waggle
walk through a royal ...
type lane cleared by pojice and an announced
nounced announced while leaning on an air

port tea counter:
"It's wonderful to be in Engy
Husband Arthur Miller sheltered
Marilyn with a protective, arm as
she stepped out of her overnight
plane from New York and peer.

ed at tne ; ZJigusn rain uirougn -sunglasses.
She wore a tight-fitting, beige

dress and carried a cream ram-
coat over her arm. -
Soldier Sentenced
For Stealing AF ;
Overseas Directory
NEWARK. N. J., July 1 (UP)
A federal judge today sentenc ;
ed a soldier to three years in prU
son and save two East Orange
tences for stealing i ecm ait
rorce airectory 01 u.o,
in banc.
Sgt Harold E. Brill, stationed
at Brooklyn Army Terminal,
drew the three-year sentence for
actually taking the document
Sidney M. Stern, and Seymour
Hindman, partners in the Distine-.
tive Emblem and Uniform Corp..
acn received a year's suspended
entence and fine, of $1.000.


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on thStacreTse today. This typi o XnS
from what Is true, righteous, upbuilding nd of serious concern.
It turns peopic aside to false stories. i.w, -.-i.
, The book called "The Search for Bridey Murphy Is ; writ written
ten written by aTtjriateur hypnotist, who rutaPuado,
housewife In a trance. While In a trance she was asked by the
hSX So back to her childhood. Then he asked, he,, to
go back before her birth. tis Vnd

under mis -nypngw ay" rr7T.a-.rrtr

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Labor Mews


,?A few weeks' before President

Eisenhower becamet ill be bad his

appointment secretary annuo
through a heavy calendar sched schedule
ule schedule and make a date Tor the night

of Oct. 11 just about v month

Dctoreitne presidential election

Mr. Eisenhower never broke that
date.- It's, still on the pad. Oa that
Thursday night,'-atr the height of
the quiet hysteria which, a.ways
grips jittery campaign managers,
the President will get into his car

and drive to the Sheraton Park

Hotel, In the grand ballroom, the
largest' ih Washington, there will
be awaiting him a super-politically
star-studded audience of educators,
cabinet, members and internation international
al international statesmen, all supping at la labor's
bor's labor's table.'

For President Eisenhower's host

will be Maurice Hutcheson'i Car

penters Brotherhood, just as fran franklin
klin franklin Roosevelt's host at the Stat Stat-ler
ler Stat-ler Hotel used to be the 'Team

sters Brotherhood in the campaign

season' ot pasm election tyears:
This banquet will be an Inter

national salute to labor of what

fwe still can call "the free world"

a rapidly constricting place. If

the carpenters ambitions material

ize, they will dispatch a chartered

from, ruzziea Jnerseu, sne tuu. wu -1 r

The tistW

tlon, the doctrine or pagan religions luacuwis
, separate and distinct from the body and paf deatlr into

another wxty euner oi numau ot v
hypnotist admitted he was grasping; at jrtraw when hesaid
"Our case is not strong to fact, it'a weak because not enough

. When Life Magazine investigated in Ireland to check on
Brldey's story, the .sleuthing "turned up more blarney than
SiSSiS Xmi, th. rtirenencies: No Cork City directory

menttoW Brldey's family. Bridey said she lived in a wooden
' house but almost all the homes in Cork are built of stone or
EhpI' k S was found cf the school. Brldey went to.

Bridey .aid ah had a metal bed to tmt. iron
were not introduced into Ireland untlli at least 185Q. .4 Bridey
mottier read to her from a book caUed "The OreenJBay But
"complete catalog of books of the nineteenth century does not
list such a book.Bridey's husband taught taw at Queens Uni Uni-Terslty,
Terslty, Uni-Terslty, but Queen'a University did not come into existence until
im. f Brldey's husband wrote for the Belfast New. Letter but
iio back lssii proves it Bride lived cn W but the
Belfast city librarian said there never was a Dooley Road. The
church Brldey went to was not founded until 1911 -half
century after Bridey died. Scholars laugh at the Irish
words' used oy Brldey as being any kind of Gaelic.
- It is weU known that a hypnotized subject can display un un-cannv
cannv un-cannv inventiveness in supplying whatever is asked othim be be-She
She be-She an the resources of hta subconsdlous memory.
A subject does not always teU the truth. He will often fabrL-
"There nothing in Bridey Murphy's story" thai cannot be
explained. The famous magician Houdini exposed such non nonsense
sense nonsense for what it was, just pure bunk. It appears the Jad for
nonsense J a lad for falsehood. The book about Brldey Is now
berna used to try to prove a pagan doctrine.. The Bible shows
ietacarnation to be a false doctrine. The Bible also tells us to
fix our thoughts on things that are true, righteous,' lovable, well
snoken of and that are ot serious concern. People today are
fl:;lnz'their thoughts on whatever is absurd, weird, -occult, dan dangerous,
gerous, dangerous, pagan and untrue-- k t "j
l Most people wW hellevt anything, hi print or uttered by a
si'cilled ''authority on the subject." There is a way to prove
what is true and what is false. That is to consult the lawThe
taw is the Bible. ror example at Deuteronomy 18;10-12, "There
shaU not be found with thee any one that useth divination, one
that practices augury, or an enchantment, or a sorcerer, or a
necromancer". -. '.
This should. be proof 'enou3h, but iir ease innore needed,
see Lev. 19:11,' Cer. 20:8-27, Rev. 21:8, Matt. 6:34,: Jas,4; 14, GaLj
1:1, and many others. .. . I
. n tk. ijiku Anm ihnv that relneamatlon Is a false doc

trine, but a, 18-year-old hoy in Shawnee, Oklahoma, instead of

reading Gods word, reaa rne ofarcn ior dhuc, mui.
h to dead. Before he shot himself with a rifle he left a note
.saying he was going to investigate the reincarnation theory.
i Such nonsense as the "Search for Bridey Murphy" can be
,dafler0US, -Eug.rgeron


lead powerful political parties

abroad. They will fly these guests

to Washington's National airport
and then speed them by car, to the

Meraton Park.

The prominence of the guests

won't shower political star dust

into tne eyes of political cynics.
They will say desoite the non.

partisanship of the Catherine and

President Eisenhower's talk that

tne nation, then making ud its

couecuve pouucai mina, will not
fail to see the significance of the
President's fraternizing with 1a-

oor at ine neignt of tne campaign.
The cynics will be right. It will
be significant That banquet, no
matter how much of a fetish ih

Carpenters make of honest non-nar

usansmpr wm ienu io soiten any
outcry Inside labor, and outside,
too, that President Eisenhower is
their enemy.

. ..wv, vi.,.., m iui luua
velopment- For the first time in
many an election, a Republican
leader will get active support from
important U.S. labor chiefs.

iNor is this an, isolated political

"Your Fault!"

Dawdling Government

of Texas asked the. Air Force to

send a plane to'Faimonf, W.Va.
to fly Neely back to Washington.
This nut the Air Vorcn rieht nn

ftt r nr.hw ipVti?B the spot They wanted that extra

billion dollars! Thev also kne

of ex-Gov. Dan Thornton of Color-, that Neely's vote might spell the

j Thn m im) hv narnc ainerence oetween getuns it or

TutUe, former Baltimore etaa!'- fe,K :

manufacturer, who contrioutea' ny iw Anew wi -uieir
nnn t sntnr MoTarthr in his boss, Secretary of Defense Charlie

campaign against Senator Tydings wi!t.didn't want the bUUon, had,'

WASfflNRTON fNEAV As for the nominatintf conventions in' ule. Washlnirtnn waa lust a slecov. of Maryland. 1 Ilei 11 Thony. Discreetly Ui

me dog dsys descend on Washing:' August; then for vacations,, then.hlck town. ( Tuttle is how digging; up the rc declined ;tq send tha
ton,- your automated government. for the campaign. Running the) Nobody ever worried much: dough for an mtensiye drive to put XJ,'k .i-Vh

runs on momentum, aot man- government wui oe len largely i anoui itussia. witn. tne a-a-s ais- inonium on me uanu '. s.,-V-ru.- CL

power. ? v tne bureaucrats vntu alter next armament ratio men in euecr, nixon. nonung wim mm w mtu Tr-r 5"

iPras risnt F.ioenhnwpi' rarnner-' Nov. b uurc wn .naver ffnin tn ns an- uamer oi ionuneni -ait i.iuei,

ates at Gettysburg while the wnite If .any Democrat

i I

i!.3 l7Asni::3To:

WASHINGTON Vice President licity onions,' decided McCardl
Nixon likes to travel and has done had got his foot tangled with his
a fine job of representing the molars too often. . McCardl -1
U.S.A. abroad.. However; he was is the. man who leaked the Yalta
most loath to go to Manila and papers to the New York Times, 1
Saigon as the personal represent-. . Sen. Lyndon Johnson has
alive Of President EUenhower. nmmiami lahnv Uadnrt ha wnnlJ

He just didn't want to leave home, keep the South-in line at tha
In fact, Nixon delayed so long Democratic convention. He guar,
that ft became positively embar- antees the South will support who who-rassing
rassing who-rassing to the Philippine embassy, -ever gets the nomination. ; Val

wiucn uau iuvucu iuhi gui cuuian i reterson, ex-uovernor oi iseoras
get an answer. Finally Secretary ka. now Civil Defensi administra.

Dulles had to get into the act and tor, has told his -former guberna
do some personal Prodding. Only tnril mIImpiim that h'. mnihi

then did Mxon agree to go,- over his home state going Demo

ODviousiy in xsixon s mma was cratic. He says Nebraska farmeri
premonition that his enemies ara ud in arms aeainst the GOP. a

might conspire to euchre him off . Robert McLeaish was xlreJ
the Republican ticket While he was as Farmers Home artminish-atnr

8,000 miles away from Washington, partly because he wrote private
The biggest political jiews in the, letters' on government time, Sev-
capital is the, undercover drive to -ral of the letters went to Jack

Porter, the GOP boss of Texas,


get Nixon off the ticket.

Behind it are several anti-Niion-ites.
Also behind it is the blunt

when the American people; go to sen. Matt NabIv -nf Wa vi.

the polls in November they will ginia has served in Congress or as
be voting not alone for Eiscvj governor of his state. longer thaa

nower, ow ior we iw. i man wej any ether man in. Washington,

nw euu uy u uic niuve inougn not consecutively.' iiunna

that long span, he has' missed few

important votes,


Initial leaders of the anti-Nixon

move were such potent GOP

ifornian i. Goodwin Knight, Will-

But- the much-loved 8Lxer.ntif

Neely underwent a minor oper operation
ation operation a few weeks ago and waa

i.m strattnn t ininnia ami mnI. m West Virgima restme as th

ociiaio was auuui to Toie on nw
extra billion dollars for the Air
Force. rr;- --

Fearing the vote plight be tight.

Hall of Kansas. All are liberal Re

publicans with labor support u
was no accident that they left

Nixon's name off the petition theyi

signed in Atlsntic City urging Ike fast-moving Sen.' Lyndon Johnsoa

to rup agam.


Honss staff, disnatch cases heav Plore this, it must be reported

ily laden, shuttles forth and back, that it is hothlng any Republican
going through the motions of run- seems to be worrying about. .It is
ning the country. :. the spirit of Jhe times. There is a
Adding to the previous recortH feeling that there has .been too
of absences the month away XronV much government in the pasti The

. a.m wr I. 11 I L I u Al 1- .11..

Wij...'. ; T ..." Tli n r "i Tr me wnnc House ior nis iieius -op-uess now. me oeuer.
. ,t Jflcchng the President 's .ration and recovery, the total The only era .withiri' memory
lilt, L'S''!?1 Ml e 513 days away from Wash.fthat' is:it all comparable is the

ington by mm-July, out oi i,'
days in office. tf

" .there was never going to be an- Cramer of ConUnental Air Lines,' Senate noses, .figured
wants to de 'other war. r v former assistant to Governoriha wouldn't need Neevotoafier

Things got so good that the late mormon. , ,, r rz
Andrew W. MellonT greatest sec- Inside the'Whit House It t-' ft.wl v' to rusll b,ck

reiary oi me ireasury iince ucen auuuueu umi u. m r xi'ir y "xt.Mj 'j i..
Alexander Hamilton, cut taxes.(run again he would urge his closehNote -Joe Bar,
Again and again and again, to friend, Secre ar, of tTTeasOT


glr: .. a.-. ... -..-..v t .
. At last a little rain in our part of town a trace only at
the weather station. We did better with tive and a half inches
cooled the air for a short while but its back to the same old
steam heat this morning.
y, Didn't stop political rallies, and two- of our six candidates
for Governor were here and hard at It Main issue, the vote
controlled by fee Duval County clique that Is responsible for
most all of cur state officers u well as Senator Johnson who
won by a scant 87 Duval crooked Votes, mostly Mexicans, said
to be dead for eight years. .
You see politics are none tot, clean in Texas. If you want
to be elected you had better take what you can get... Unless I
get some eye relief soon you won't be bothered with me much
This high pressure credit selling in my opinion is bad for
the country. It's a dollar down and a dollar a week on every everything
thing everything and mostly things you don't need or could do as well
without, and they try to make it look cheaper by ending in odd
cents. It it says 99 cents it means a dollar just the same.
It's vacation time and where to go and keep from scorch scorching?
ing? scorching? Did some hard thinking end decided on Boquete. How
am I to get tnere? No highway yet, and too many planes bit-
lng the dust The old legs are getting stiff and weak, but if I
go it will be by bike, with Bill Hssklns. ..
) Pop Wright

month the Republicans got an as

sist irom me .emDauica James R.
Hoffa, the powerful ninth vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Teamsters Union.
He and Ms phalanx stopped In its
tracks a move inside the Michigan
AFL forhe'ndoiemenl of JGov,
Mennen SoiDy'' Williams. Hthh

is more New Deal than Mrs. RooseJ

Veil.' Kl .' .". -..
There was considerable behind-the-scenes
maneuvering at the con convention
vention convention of the Michigan State Fed

eration of Labor, one of scores of
unnoticed labor gatherings which
Often result in mighty political

shiftings. The public is unaware

oi tne signuicance of these indoor
picnics. But vital policy is set and
reflected inside the camp-chair

filled halls. vp ,,,.;

At this session, an influential

bloc of AFL leaders : who work

closely with Walter Reuther and
the CIO there had to work very

hard even to get their pro-Williams
resolution out on the floor.

They succeeded. But it was the

last order of business on the lsst

day. And the final count was 1,066
to 698 against backing Williams.

Hona naa defeated the move

and had unloosed hints of things

to come in tms campaign, i A a
Add to this.- word from 'some

of those high in labor circles that

many a union campaigner is now
"militantly indifferent" to who
will be nominated by the Demo

crats and you must come to the
conclusion that labor strategists

once more have reversed their

I" i

"Keen Cool With Coolidge" period

of 1923-28. Tha post-World War I

denression. like the post-Korean

Secretary of State 'Jonn rosier war recession, was over. Business

Dulles,, with apparently no place

misappropriate a phrase,

Things aren't quite that good to-

,day, of course. Secretary George

iu. numpnrey, greatest secretary
of the Treasury before or since
Andy Mellon, has been able- to

balance the budget at long last.
And' the national debt limit will

George Humphrey, to rna instead. OOf teammates, joined the Dem

numpnrey nil repeaicaiy argueu jr. """" y T

thst ha is too old.

Now that increasing attention is

focused on the No. Z spot,, tne
talk is turning to Humphrey for
vice president. j- 1

Others, for wnom Daexstage yr

was booming The stock marketbe. cut three billion dollars. Both' boomlets; are- being floated are:

was jOBj- thej rise, as it is ;today, arp good'i signs,- but only finger
There was an epoch -of peace, and posts. "; -tt'.?:.-; ;
prosperity which' everyone hoped; Disarmament is still ; something

would last forever.

In this happy state of affairs,

to dream about,' away off yonder

lilrd haavan WhiU th. arm, van

'nv j vam i Miiv Miy m aua v v v. J
goes on, any hope of cutting

taxes is still just that a hope.

But with a true nostalgia, that's

1. Harold Stassen. now a men

ber ot the Eisenhower steam

whose' Tornier F student Stassen
club member! have now grown up
and become potent cituens-for-

2. Fred Seafon: liew Secretary

ot the Interior. Press reaction to

else to go, spent the week of the
Fourth at his Duck 'Islandrctrcat
in the St Lawrence.
Vice President Nixon was off in
the Philippines and was going the
rest of the way around the world.

good-will missioning. If there are President Coolidge took it easy,
any tie votes in the closely divided He Worked at his desk a few hours

Senate auring nis aosence, ur.i in tne morning, mere waa a iei"

Nixon like HelKand-M aria
Charlie Dawes in 1925 won't
k. 4k... tn f ham fnr Ih A

nfT -. a InAlrintf mH th hitf noir ftf fhfl almnst MrtinlitUlv Aiit a knine lioriua. WHO Dt9 CHilkea Up ft fine

VS V t '"i" -J- -"'. IVVIUUB) aHHWW waw a,VUV VlIiWt4; w, HiauHawwwi -

Only Congress slaves on; keep- day. land the' President would have to :enM' no Fl!m,

JBacx in tne execuuve omce tor. won oniy a tew nours a day. "W1 'v.
a couple of hours after a nap They don't want a full v time L. "-y0: ,.Tom lewey. B ,?fi

to sign the mail, Mr. Coolidge President. A full-Ume President J" most sxiiiea men in punuc

chafed u his job kept him at his, would

desk after 4 p.m. thinking

in tnose aays, most oi tne gov- wouw i
eminent ran on a 9-to-4:30 sched-1 trouble.

what manv nAnnla ara knm.ii.k hit appointment WSI SO favorable

surelr; luncheon. What Udbits he! for today, whether they know tt tIkejtes pow; talk about him
slipped his collie dog, under the or not. They want a world in tol the vice presidency.
table, while Mrs. Coplidge wasn't which the government would go !, .Gov. Goodwin Knight of Cal-

ine collective noses to the legis

lative grindstone to put a political
polish on its shining record after

a rough, slow start., - -v
And when Congress goes home,
watch everv other bis wheel in

govenment roll nut of town. First

ent A full-Ume President most skilled men ta public
spend -kia days and nights I '.H tWS
g up things to do. And that Tatt wmg of
n bad. It would only make, the .P,-.?;-. PV ;

Walter Winchell I n Wiiioffi

. ... ..,-, ...... V'.:V:

I am too tired to open tliat

heavv Heartbeat mail With

the items submitted by the bunch

who need the client-mentions to

1 MaKfmlsUk B ?ft

officially will be putting it, money ?in?,?"V.u "fa'T

and manpower on the barrel headr?,' , y. ....
to elect Democrats and defeat L1". le,n 3v& & ? & l it
RepubUcans but on a regional l
and atate basis. fc"0 :J1 L-' -J

. Lo.oks like this year labor wants "7vV. r C

to ue up congress and then deal

with the next President who.

ever he is from that base of

Lions Elect
International President

w 4



Awtrfiu. awyiJmwt.T V Awk-?yafai ... ill,

Africa to drum up support for a nation-wide cerebral palsy
drive there, TV and movie star Don Defore gets help from his
entire family at he beats out rhythm on a Zulu war drum, i
Shown is New York City are Don and his wife, and their four
children, left to right: Penny, 13; Dawn, 8; Ronnie, ; and
Donv Jr,' 10. Th U.S. group headed for Africa includes Pat
O'Brien, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Tex Ritter, Martha Til ton, Merle Travis, i
-i: .', 11 .......

John LJfiekley j
John L. Stickley of Charlotte,
North Carolina hat been elected
International President of Lions
International at the asaociatian's
39th annual convention in Miami,
Florida. Lions International, with
642,828 members in 12,334 Lions
Club in 76 countries or regions,
is the world's largest service dub
1 v:-;;-

;;.'4T-rr-',7'---'ijt4 :'ii:i;'y;?.
. . I took the car phone .', they used those phones but were

juiae, tnis is mncneu, narry caning some oame,'

says ne was mere already, noth nothing!"
ing!" nothing!" . "Step on it," said the
thickest Irish, brogue on the Mir Mirror,
ror, Mirror, "they now have 3 guys!". .
The rains drowned the gutters but

Harry made like Sammy Davis,

Jr. and when we arrived there, tie . So I told the bunch that

were a xew uoys from ewsasy,, -. I also said I don't get some-

the thing. Why did she go any place


,-; ...
The White House has been bom bombarded
barded bombarded with mail accusing the
politicians of sacrificing Ike's

health to keep themselves in

power . Ex-Speaker Joe Martin
Has urged the White House to
sponsor a tlx cut before the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats beat them ; to it. Ike's
economic adviser, Dr. Arthur
Burns, favors a smalt tax cut. .
Carl McCardle, the public-relations
assistant Secretary of State for

i .1 unnn- Foster uuues. wna nvais

.nuuuicr cop win mo airs. wei:i- sr ... i ,V M. ii
berger went with the 5 Gs fthatiPr.lle WUsoa to putting his foot
night) to 53rd and Skillman Aven-l'l h, "J?" i ? W ?

the Long Island Press and

Star . We all stood outside so

we wouidnt mterfere with the
Brains Dept who were quizzing
the remorseless suspects . The
rats who phoned the Weinberger
home four -times shouting profan profanity
ity profanity at Mrs. W. and her husband
. . Phone operators everywhere

must be proud of the Elmhurst

Rose and, VI .say we-have

a couple of things in the overset
that would be okay to run if I
had the toothache ..... But I want
to salute Deputy Inspector Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Martin of the sector where

the alert cons collared those ver- arrest of those skunks.

mm wno aaaea to ira. nemijei-
ger's agony . For his courtesy It is now at least 6:30 ... A
and consideration. of. the reporters, plane was challening the pea-soup
and photographers assigned to the fog roaring over rooftops fighting
110th Precinct :19Monday moriH.for altitude r;r Guys from the

if the caller didn't give her some
clue that be had her babyf ...
Like some identifying mark of
what was in the ransom note .
She probably went hoping. This
Was It .'.Mothers are funny
like that . Also how come the
doctor at the hospital where baby
Patar waa hftra a few waalra am

- - - avow. w w.w uin. .qU

leiepnone gin wnose up tea to wo says tney do -not take foot, or, iinniii,l

oeads witn the mother's




U Ba Swe, 41, U Burma's new
premier, stepping up from de
fense minister in wake of for-
mer Premier U Nu's resigns
tion. Leader of the ; Anil j
Fascist People's Freedom
League, he is expected to con- ;
tinue his country's neutralist ; ,j
.policy f not. choosing sidea f
between tast and West He it J.
the aecond premier since Bur- J
ma won independence ttwst
Britain In 1941.

Girl Tolk Eg

: tmu


Answer to Previous Puzzle !-

i "Sweet
I Miss West


In torrential rains that

Mirror, News, Post,- Journal-

didn't relieve the sticky humidity American, Telly, Trib, Times, the
and the Durkee's. plant nearby, wire services, the networks and
(where they make (hose tasty the newsreels made it a big crowd
sauces) gave off an odor that!. ; t We swapped copy and cigar cigar-made
made cigar-made you choke,- cttes and waited . The Captain
, u 'of the JlOth came outside and
Mike Ryan on the lobster-shift made us all feel welcome. He .aid
phoned Harry Hirsch piloting the we all could come in and sit down
Mirror prowl :ar that something!. When you get my age you feel
was breaking in the Elmhurst sec-1 it first in the, legs from the hip
ton . So Harry went and came,to the knee . I felt so old ...
back reporting no deal . I was Looking at all those younger fcl fcl-walking
walking fcl-walking up and down the Big Ap- lows . Most of whom had been
pie with Terry Moore and her, awakened to cover the story. They
handsome groom Eugene Mc-(looked like they had some sleep

Grath gabbing about the Weinbcr

ger baby . Hoping the snatchcr

recognized me and gave some ;)

nal'i It musta been Lindy s

You know , -Refreshed and

ready .. The dicks and the
suspects came out hours later and
got into cars . "Where.vou

closing i time, about 4 V . The going?" I asked one jackwebb .

skies gave no warning and we goti'W'e'll be back," he said wearily

' "Ara thV tha cnthar"

drenched ,we hopped into a
cab and went home ... I was

too wound up to sleep ... So I

Are they the snatchers?

I asked . V Walter," he said
"look out before you get run

walked the streets again, . And over" ... They returned after
got in the Mirror, car at 51st and! searching the homes of the three

Broadway where we usually park for the baby t . Inspector Martin
waiting for Signal 30i The "made a statement . "I'm
big action -. : "Crime of vio-afraid," tie said, "thls'll j fizzie
lepce" . ,"Use caution. They. out" . "la it true," I. said,

may be armed!" ; . "Calla for

Helpl .. And the breath-taker:
"Assist a patrolman!". ik i
Mr. Ryan phoned again as.
signing the car back to the 110th

it'll be another. 3 or 4 hours be

fore the boys can get a shot
They are all pooped, Inspector"
. .""I am sorry," he said, "no
picture. We may not even book

them. We have nothing. They say llothPrecinct


name around the baby's neck. He
said there were no identifying

marks, etc I have the de-'
tails -: the exact clothing the ,"
baby wore when taken Also!
the body marks . I got it from
Nassau Chief of Detectives Pinnell
(in charge of the ease) seven!
minutes before I went on the air

. i ne autnonzea me to try my

Inspector Martin finally came
out and we all said: 'Inspector,

please one shot?" '. He aid
OK but the patient ... Later he
came, out again on the, precinct
stoop and gave the boys a little
more ... He added he was wait waiting
ing waiting for the Nassau coppers, "They
take it from here" k. At 9:30
I asked Phil Greitxer of the News
to take me home. I was droooing
fast Phil's replacement arrived
and I hit the sack about noon -. .
I turned on WOR i hours later
and heard that those awful things
finally admitted they d'd phone

Mrs. weinnerger . inspector.
Martin and his men trapped thtm
great . With "What's the name
of the 'girl you said you called T''
. They said they didn't know,

her name, she was a pickup the

night before . They just hid

her phone number , "What'sss
her num-ber?" was Martin's ter?

rific ad-lib '. . And that did It!
Cnnffratulations. Insrjectnr and the


' macaw
II Papal cape
14 Anger
II Roulette
II Renovate
17 Yellow eehtr
II Compass point
II Indonesian ;
of Mindanao

10 Mariner's
' direction
Jllrritatori ',-

JT River lock
SI Presages -31
"My Gal.
L If-
It Cleopatra's
- snake
IS Sesame ,.
4 feminine
' name 4
J? Asiatic
41 Ocean vessels
43 Scold
44 Type ef beeV
4T Depot (ah.)
41 Summer (Fr.)
49 Girl's name
81 Important ;
' 52 Proselyte to
54 Before

IS Abstract being
. 51 Large plants
' 57 Weight ef
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33 Peruser SIDms- y ,
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35 Give ear to 49 Wile
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1 Church cl Christ
W. W. Barrow. Evaagtlb
- Telephone 3-3402
iTim Muk.i u.ihna Unti.
Sarrieas Sunday 100 U I
1:00 pm J -
CJUSTOBAil American Lwlea HalL
t,. S.nul. IS O UL 110 ft-
BIO ABAJC: House Na. KH lath St
Sundav 4.30 D-m
..; am aa.
.... Bid so
Ancoa Blvd.
' Mamey Place
tour inviiatioB
r to iummI
311 Bruja Ko.
.Og-awar Balboa
f Phone HIM
. . boat a-4101 ,.
Sunday School
Morning Worship ...
Training- Union ,...,
'Evening Worship ........
0:43 oa
11:00 a-m.
0:30 pa
bcb Wednesday ..
BrottMrtooa no. :
Monday each month ."
fpanuTilbl. School -
. Balboa tiatchta, C.S.
. 27.AneoD Boulavard
. ftJrawer "B" Balboa Height!
Pbona Balboa 17
WiUlaaa a Beeb, faataa
Bundat School
Vl nrn m M Wonhta
... t;9 a
AanUMTraliiliia Onlaa t'JO
XvaoacUaUe Samoa ........ ISO BJt
Frajtr Haalioj Wadnaa Wadnaa-Bay
Bay Wadnaa-Bay ......................
W.MA BJUa Study "Bun "Bun-daya
daya "Bun-daya ...t...
Haodai la pjaolh.... I
Hargarlta Avanua at 5th SUraat
Margarita, Canal Zona
- Be. Fred S, Batb, faatar v
Bundat School ........ I'M OJa.
Moraine tVonhiD U:00 aaa.
n.ntiat Trainln Union...... r f
Bvaning Worship : pjn.
Brotharhood. Tuatdaya r ,t:0 da
Prayar Sarvlcef. Wednaedayi TWO pm
W.M.U. lit fcd Fndaya
r t n B j. K,iHhBomi.L...'. v ; i-. jTt.arakaa aja fMMM n
Fridava .t. ... P--
1 r,,',,
fANAMA'cmt -'i.
Captain t Mri. H. f'
It February Street, Pnonas 3-1005
110 Hoiineaa Metina
' 1:00 bunday School.
7 Salvation Meetlnf, ?
tA BOC CZ. -Lieatcnant
Fanip CaaipbtO .,
Building No. KlSOi Phont; iSK
11:00 tlolincaa Meeting. -r
1:00 Sunday School. -,
: SJO Salvatloa liaaUng, ;
Bnvay Mra, C, t Moaeley
Guiana Sueat, !, i
11:00 H'llintat' Matttng,. -'-,
1:00 Sunday School.
I IdO SalvaUoo IteaUna,
Senior ( apt. and Mra. C Man
14th Street. Fhana:-3S74S
11:00 Hoiinesa Meeting.
?:00 Sunday School
:30 Sstvatioa MeeUng,
bVCapfaln SytUn Taylor
r. 110 l:oUneaa Meeting.
' 1:00 Sunday School, f.
f .30, SkivaUon Maatlng,
A1NBOW CltT; CX,.. i- i
Envoy t. Gill
St Kitti and Jamaica Stmt
)1 KM) Hottncaa Meeting,
1:00 fiJiday School. T
T:M Salvation Meeting.
Uricn Ch-rcb
wily fee oaaeariaav liberty la
aaaaanaia ana rrtty t an
TBS ATT. antic? amv
Bay Blakaty, Parte
Phone (
f :CurehSehaat,''-Wv.:
I lljOO Worahip glea. t
: Pn- Sr. Youth Fonavrahlpi
i astat
. Pthoe S-14M. ..
1:30 Bbla Sehanl. - wotatup aarrlea aad Charcb-tlmi
M Tooth P allowable,,
.jV- -:j:
The Bav. Oaear W. Olsaat. Pastas Pastas-j
j Pastas-j gaiboa Bd. at ban Pablo St
1 Phone B-14B8 -Owij. nnul a
: B M Church School Pre, boa service
MJ0 Worship Service Tho Exoended
. --J .T7' tinoergarten
; Primarv and Jimin, ru...
' Church-tlme Huraary lor dtQdran
ft? unior-H!gh Prllowifara,
0:00 Post-Hirh Fellowship
IM Saoiocilgh Feilowshra.
6AMB0A ''
Dr. WaJVer M. AMarto Uhui-
Offlc Phone 0-470-adanea Pban
Wif" Servlet of Worship
or chlldran. young people and adult.
MrTHODUT mttatrw
. Brltifb Conleranea)
Bv. William H. Armtrtnoa
t'9 aa. Morning Prayer and
S 'Kl a.m. Fundrnv V4mmJ
. ';' 7-a.v"- Prae and Barnaga
tM.iit!a CJOJsUjjT
L Biiaat and tae'moaa Avua
I Colon. B.
' .Bev. Samtai Walden. Mmista
" a m.-uimirui banica and Boh



I J r ok bunday tbooL
! 1 J P."- Bvenuig Bervtea.
( ,.iy Cmm union 1st Sundays)
iManiay. IM pa. Prayer Maatlng,
Ratnhew Civ. CB
Bav. Samuel Waiuen, Mlntrlar
Buhoay bervicaa 0 aa ana a. id pa
I'U'u-v School fir all agea at t-JO aa
"r invUadea Te Wnnkte.
Tmmf I pa, Prajai Maeung.


. CkurckM of fka awe taiHM at Hm Canal Zaae, aad Mm ranaraal
jtita at Paaaate east Col ttpatftc a faun, aa-teae) takeae
at al hanae la aaaa aad winna at Km a a earvicoe, aad fa emtiea emtiea-aaiakaait,
aaiakaait, emtiea-aaiakaait, tornado aad ajveefera.
: Am a paMir ttwvke. the The Peaaase Aaserkaa Nato fcelow. kf
aaaaaiiaaNaat. aaticaa at baata at earthsa aaa ether reaulni tativBiet,
' Uetiage are tvtratad ttaat Max ta thaa. Paaaaiiaatiaat Bevtea)
aarf eae at two itaarigsriiai art Bated eedar "Ohm Caatcaat Aad
Sarvbai." A oaacial Hatiaf ia sax laded tat terrace .at Areay aaaM, '?
1 Ait rVrce baaw aad Haaal atatiaaa,
- Miatataio, cawcB aactatarlaa aa4 cftaaiaiaa art ak4 ta iaforai
tha aawt aik ia wririaf By Waa'aaaaaf ata at tka Utvat at aay
tkaafM I at tba caaiiat Satawaay'i dwrta aaaa. ,

- Christian Scientist
'irat Church ot Chrut. Saantiab Aaea)
MO Aoaoa Bouiavai.
Sundav acoooi
UIB giraat Bolivai Uiibay
SmdaV 11:00 amWadnariaylB-ai.
- Catholic 1
Sunrf? Idailait 1:00. 10. 100 and
"SSaau Umm U4S a
aaa a:w .- -, i
i ,4. i. m D.m. launiwi, -r"
First Friday: 7:00 to :0O pjn.
Miraculoii Medal Kovanaj 7 eja
McitSSS ;obb ate tba at-
"iMglfscoal Study Club J fagiT'
gunday Maaaaa:
Holy Day aoi-w s t-aa, an4 M
uMn 140 ta IM and
,.JfoT;'TaWaataa tint
Friday !? a e-an
gacrea uean iwvi.
'xSSdilBB Oaau SdS tt 4: m a
Tburaday.'. ''.V-V-''' ,.r'v
Sunday Man at 1:00 a.aa.
Holy Day Maat aJi
Contaaiooai OdO ta :4 pja. aa an
"clichho Cluai Saturday U
aa, s- -'"
'.- ST. JOSH-rab
Sunday Masaea at 10 and SOS aJa.
Holy Day Maaa at M t
MAJ.. U.HM' ..?0O a.m.
- Conteetionai Saturday 11 to JO and
Vttff Tf'TM V11IT1 BBajllfJgB afrtrw aaar
"jdlraeulooi Medal Hovtnat IM pjn.
'IT. TlWCPffl Paataat CWy
Sunday Mama: 0 and ij
uiJft. uua: g:S0 and 1:00 p.m.
iin f.ife on Saturday tba Maaaaa are
IKK) and :30 a.m. Ji.'.a
Conteatlona: Saturday J
7:00 to 0:00 pjn. Tbundaya bafora nnt
Uone ot tha Gees Friday 10
Cataeblani taaaat
c&rt CUm M PA
Tbunday. ... , w ,
Sunday Mass: -M a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 00 aJB. lt tails
l Saturday 0:30 a.rn.)
CatecUaaClaaii ta 10 am an
Monday, -i .-A.
rjinreasionBZ a;w w
IT. J""! PT'T fB LA
- f
m..ji if... a-..,l and l:oi) a m.
n.. t ia Mon- Thura.
mi j c. rit BMriav maos: 4:00 a.m.
n. " ft. A-(10
haiw uav ssassi .w
IM to 4 JO and t0 to
m.l. aii a m.' mi Sunday
Convert Ciaast aqmnj
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am.
S.i- fv. u., a-M na
ronat Saturday l:M to it SO pa
.T.j. vinrt sviiiav 1:30 p.m..
catecnusn viaas:
e i u Ncrvanal Iw p.aa. an
iTioay. nmaln
Convtn vaaan i" "7T.
a insEWtra Calda
Sunday Masses: 1:45, IKK) and tjl$ a
Holy Day Masses: M ana a. r
"confeTslons: Saturday 4:00 to 10 and
7:00 to 1:00 pnt
Miraculous Medal Novensi Wednesday
1:15 and 7:o P-m. ...
Sunday Evening Services 7 P-fn-Convert
Oasa: 74 pa art Mondays
and Thursdays. 1
Catechism Class: Sunday 19:11 aa
it .j. a-flo urn to 4:00 n.m.
rriil.. V.Ynnaitlnn at Most Bleat
ed Sacrament aU day. Reposition at J6
IA Saturday mornmg. ... ;
ytrst Banrraay uevoumw w L.
at Fatima ine rtoiy f"yy
w. rjMnftfttftiviirai innnicuaB im cuu
Arn Mondava and Thursdays awa to
7:00 pa." ",if..i-J'.i'-i,..
Sunday Masses: 7m 1:00 and lOJOaa
Holy Day Masses: 4:00. M.aJavand
rnrifmrinns: Saturdav 40 ta 10 and
70 to 1:00 p.m. Attar suaary aaca ava-
Miraculous Medal Koveaal .Id
7-nn n m. en Mondav. a
Catecolsm uaau Alter taaj aaaaa on
Sunday. '' ""
First Friday reposition aU day during
me scnoot rear.
Pint Saturdayt Matt at t:o am.
tfOLT FAMILY CriURCH Wsrfarrta
Sunday Masses: 10 and 0:30 aa
Holy Day Maaseai COO us. and i:U
pa :
ronfartrms! 40 ta lt and 70 to
1:00 pa. Saturday.
Mlrtculoua Medal Novanal 70 pa
an Mmday.
Chiinn History urcxra every
at 7'30 Bta
Teeo-Asge Cubi 7 JO pa aa Wadset.
ustecnism vissa: tjv pa. r mmaay.
First Friday Devotions: 70 p.m.
Inaulry.Discuss'oo Croup every Prl
day 7 JO tuav,,.,
nr. VINtJTlS Rshibew Cltv
Sunday Masscaa: SJO aa. and 10
Holy Day Masaea: a a. and 1:00
Confessions! 40 to 11 and 70 to
8:M pjn. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:49 am on Bunday
Convert Class every Monday at 70
pa. i
Miraculous Medal Movenai 10 aa
on Tuesday.
sacred Heart Novene: 70 pa an
Sunday Mass: 1:15 aa ..
Holy Day Mass: t0 p.m. V
Cerifesaiona: I JO to 10 aa aa Sat.
Catechism Cisssi 40 pa at) Monday
Sunday Masses: 70 and t JO a m.
Holy Day Maaseai 40 am. and 40
Conizations RarirrHa at 1-rtl ai. nA
aiicr au cvenuig oevouons. .
naptisma oy eppotntment -Miraculous
Medal Novana: T-Oa n m
on Ttiesday.
- sacrca uaarv aiovcna.. i:oa a a. a
sunaay school: 1:30 pm on Sunday
Reliaious Instruction Claaa btr rhll
dren: 40 pa on Thursday
Rellaloua InjrtrurtiAn fnr arfuiia ifW
ducted to Spanish,: 7:1)0 D.m an Mop
convert IratnicUona Oy appointment


The BL Kev. B. Hebar Gaadaa, S.TA,
The Very Bav. Mainart J. Palenea,
; t --, S.T3, Deaa . y
aj ttoly Communloet, '
sc3 aja Santa Commiinton (4ib Sua-
day. ;-
I :M a.m. Church SchooL .
:4 .nv Lscueia UomiiucnL i
UB aat. Morainl Prayer aad Sermon.
: Holy Communion, ifirst Sunr
oay. -.
140 pit, bvenini Prayer and Sermon
t-M aiu. Holy Coinmumoa., r-
I'M pja, Avcnlng Prayer.
HOLY DAYS : -.'0ft
ajn Holy Communion. -I
J aja Holy Communion. i i
l:U a .a. Momine Prav. 1
JIM Mi.-da Musionarv Prayerm'
Third Street New Cristobal
Tba Kev. Melan C. Altera.
-. Prist ia Chug
Holy Communion .........
Cbureh School ...........
7 IJB.
aiomiiig rrayar .-
and Sermon UB
(first Bunday. Holy Cosnmunionl
Vesper, Servica and
Youth Fellowmhin mi mm
Sr? Corrununloa ...M.r S30 aja.
Chair Behearaal .A....... )M u
a at.... . . .
. raja aaa ail panpia
CbA -Tba
Bev. Wllllaaa W. Baldwin.
. -l i. rk....
Una Communion
Family Prayer and Church Behaol.
v;v ajn.
Morning Prayer and Sarnaoa 11 aja
iU.C. rirat hinday In Montbi,
tvenlng Prayer. 121 pjn.
Weekday Praver :00 axa, V
. Chapel al The Goad Shepherd
. Tba Bev. Clarence W. atayea.
. Priest In Catim 7".
l:uo a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. lint friday each Month). -'
t -f; 1AMBOA
Bt. BiHM'a l:htM.h
The Rev. John fineaa. Priaat In Quria
Choral lucharlit and Bar.
f M a.m.
3:00 pa.
S:M p.m.
IM pa.
Church Scholl
Episcopsl Young Churchmen
cvensuna: ana an mini .....
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion ,. .!4tu.
Evening Prayer ftvw.,...v, lg pa.
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 7:14 am
Holy Communion ...... 7:01 am
Morning Prayer t og e m
Evenlnt Prayer 7:00 na.
Family Euchar!t,.i.. ... l:M im
. Oiiitt of Conipims ........ 9:00 pa.
f-Vx-'im BOCA'"
"'-''H.l-St Petart Church i f
The-Rev. Jaha. Ipaar, Prieat la Charga
Morning rrayar ana cnurcn
School .................. : ta.
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon ............ 10:30 ta.
Holy Baptism ............ 12:00 noon
Evensont and Address 7 JO pa
3rd MONDAYS : t i j i;' 1
Womsn's Auxiliary 7:30 pa
Holy Communion .... tMia.
Chanh of St Marraret
Cernn ol Espav4 Ave.. Brazoa Btvd,
. Tba Kev. Nolan G
Wrlaat na DiarM
30 am. Church School '
0:30 aa Morning Prayer and gamerj
ilst Stmdaya, Holy Communion)
JO aa. Confirmation InatnicUana. ,'
. rAU ntlXI
' Chapel af The Holv Cesaferter
Vert. L. B. Shirley. Priaat la Charg
1:30 ta., Hol Communloa, f r v
--. PABAtSO '""?
' St' Arhaa'e Chareh
Ttu Bev. David A. Osbetaa, -PHeot
tn Cham
The Rev. AlUa 8. Wentt AarSstart
SlINflAVh 'V
g0 ta. Choral TArfiartst geraaon
0:30 ta' Infant Baptism,
10 MH Church School
(held in Buildint 131)
40 pa. Youth FeUowshrp
7f nm. Evftfiwrma and Addrta
2nd end 4th WEDNESDAYS
7 JO pin. Woman's Auxiliary tad Al
tar uuira weenng.
;"' St Panl't Chorea
The Tea. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rectet
The Rrv. Fits B. ArwalL Daaeaa
SUNDAVb ... ... .;,.;S.
40 aa Holy Comnnraloa -00
aa. Sunt Eucharist aV 8imm
10:45 t m Morning Prayer aad Church
scaooi v
12:00 not Holy Bantlsra'
70 Km Solemn Vaanaia
8:50 i n Holy Ccrriaurdoa
0:00 i m Holy Conrm union
70 V.m. TEvenme Prav-
S:S0 i m. Holy Conununlon
00 t.m. Holy Cormyiurilori.
lfciBfllW4pgaiaa .i
Colon. R ot
(Onoaalla Hntl W ash rn etna)
- Tba Rev;. Heavy A. Blalas, ..
r,;:t": Prieat ta Charga ,i
Aaeeciat Rectet
, ---f.r:'STjrj)ATS "i-:r
4a ta Holv Communlns.
00 ta Choral Eucharist and tttmtm
10:30 a m Cltureh School Bamnnn
TJ0 aa Solemn riwviwarui tad Stt
44 ta Holy Communion.
1:30 P.m. Evening Pi
4 JO IVa Adiilt Crmflrmation
14 Ms. Praver Oirlld, ',
444 am Children'. Eudtarfai
104 ta Junior Coirfinnatlon Cleat
7 JO in Omollne MedltatietJ.
44 t.m- Holy Crmununlftia.'
Chanh af St Mary, tha Tltrtt
Tba Rev. Mia A. Saaldlng.
Pilaat to raar.a
Sung Euenarlst ........... 70 am
Chur-m School ........... :tt aa
Evens-im and Sciuiun 7 :2a mm
Holv CraTunurrion. ........ 71 aa
.- fat Genrtv'a Chirrrh
I The Ret. Joha A. Daldmt,
r Priest to Chsrie
Holv l immunSon e an a m
Mori.rg F-avftW I
mi Senrrp i . go a m
Jhuiv" Srfvftxl fftftelt a,if in-ga
l. Chrltonher'i Chnrrh '
"rh Stre'. Paraue Le'evre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,'


V Priest ia Charga
0:00 aa. Holv Communion.
730 a m. Sung Buchariat and Sermon
is aa. Morning Prayer and Churci
' acnooi.
UHW noon Holy Baptism.
0:M pa. Evensong and Sermon,
7 JO pa 1st and 3rd, Woman'! Auxi-
TUESDATS .t:- : r i".
J0 am. Junlot Daughters at the
T:M pa. Youth FeUowihln, 1
1:00 a.m. Holv Communion.
7 :00 pa Evening Prayer and Xeligious
0:00 p.m. Girls Friendly Society.; .'
140 pa 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
t-M aa Junior Confirmation CUua.
Other Churches 1 j
i '.... Ancon. C.B. i
:'- Minister: Bev. Elsaat O. Nthwa
Bo v Ancon, C2. Balboa 03
Sunday School
$$ a.m
ng wot
Youth Service 4:45 pa
Evening Service .......... "730 pa
N JJ4.S Service m 1:00 P.m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7 JO pa
, Panam RJ., 33rd Street East,
' Bev. B. M. Brawa. Minister
SUNDAY: .-.v. .J
Divine worsntp ........ a:o aa
Sunday School 1:00 pa
Sunday Masaea ..........7. 7;i HAS
nu, Ataak stp.. Suiidaj aaasaai, a
10 pa. t
- jehotah'b wrnrassES' ,-
MeeUnaa Thuradava at 7:34 pa. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
800 Balboa Road, Balboa, i.
Siuiriav meerlnaa tn tba JWB-USO. la
Boca Road. Balboa, Primary and Priest
hood I JO a.m. Meeting: Sunday School.
Jt aa4 Sacrament Meeting, 10 JO aa.
- AllaaHe Bra aria V -i.
v Building 300, schooihouta Road,
Catun, Canal Zona. -'
Telophorie, Gatun 344 or Cristobal ttO)
. Sunday School 10:00 aa. Sunday Sae Sae-rement
rement Sae-rement Meeting 1:30 pa Prieahood
Meeting 0:10 p.m. Wednesday Prinary
I JO pa Wednesday Relief society meet meet-Ing
Ing meet-Ing tt inneunccd.
, Rtv. Paul Holloway, Pasta : i
.-' Office. Curundu 1105 i
" Home, Curundu 7114
Sunday School 1:45
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
.Youth Meeting ............... 4 pa.
, Evening Worship ............ 1 pa,
..; out catholic onjRca
: .. St Raphael Tat Brebaagei
UthBt West Na. 1
Hnra Kieharkti Bundav al I JO I
- Tueadaya, Wadneadaya and njraday
I JO aa
- Baeramear eg irncooa neaimg
rice) rirst Sunday ad each soonth
IJ0 Ba. j- i. ... ''(." :
. Panama .p.
v Rt Rat. T. aaeaaa, IX tk
ftilnrnlna aevatlot. at ........ 40 aa
fellowship Worship at ...... 110 aa
Sunday scaooi at ..... i
ijiyina Servloa at a........ : I JO I
: .. U Vlrat. aftjraat
UrbtnlcaelAn El Caiman, Panamd CHy
Informal lalka ana viseumiona
?T1ii-"jvs a pj
S ta,. a, aa Imt infeett t
. 1-iftlBtft.ftalni AiMTleaai Baaaart
Study Cliwto......Thuradayt, 1 J4 SJB
I 5 Eaoalaba SU Paralso, CZ.
ttxr WalftJaha B. Stewart.
Sunday: 11:00 ta Worship Service.
3:00 pa Sunday School.
7:15 pa Gospel Servic '
Manoav: 70 Yount PeooVa Society
Wednesday; 1J0 Mid-week Chrisuan
Thursday: lo tnoir nenearsai.
Pridavt 7 JO Woment Missionary
dtty. -,
7131 Eighth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. Graadisom. Pastor
Sunday Schol ........ 0:30 a.m.
Mornint Worsbin 10:30 a.m.
Night Service T JO pa
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad SB
Rainbow City, Canal Beat
Rev. G. W. Giandiata. Paster
Moming Worship ........... 00 aa.
Sunday School ...... 10 SO a.m.
Bight Service ......... 7 JO pa
New Providence
Mrs. Maade Hinaa, Pastor
Sunday School 109 aa
Morning Worship ............ 11:00 aa
Night Service 1 JO
-. Fanaaaa City .........
Car. "N" and Mariana Aresemena Sta.
Re. Was. A. Jahntsa. Pastor
Sunday School .............. 0:30 aa
Morning worsmp ........... l:w aa.
Night Service ............... 7 JO pa
, Mente Oscnre BeV 14th Bt
Bev. Was. J. Joluawa. Paitor
Sunday Sehoo ..........)... 0:30 aa.
Morriing Worship ........... ...10 JO aa
Mignt btrvica ............... iv v
, Diahle Heighta, CX.
(FuU Gospel) ,.
Special Rnglneerg Bldg., Diablo Heights
sunoay ocnoot ........... m--
Worship. Service 10:45 a.m.
Youth Service 7:00 pa.
Evangelistic Service ...... 7: 30 pa
Wed. BiblaeSturPrayer 7 JO p.a
''" C h: y' .-(.,. .,. J.
Tastmca or coo trWeimtai,
Rev. B. E. Watson. Overseer '"
Phone 0-423, Box 233, Gambot
Churchet it Paralso, C.Z. (Rev. ano
Mra. Herman G. Whyte), Colon, Bf
(Rev. Femanao uareneei, nio anjo
(Rev. and Ma Charier Hayneet. am
Catlvi (Rev. and Mra. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday tad weekdays services at all
entircbte, '": ..
Posts arid Bases
t Prattataal
Sunday School
. .,.,.. ......
Morning worsmp ...........
Church-Time N unary School
..v 100
fort cm tun ...
Sunday School (Building Ma,
Morning Worship
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Class ...........
Sunday, acoooi (Buuaing na
mi .j
Moming Worship
a a 4taa4
Evening Bible Study
Sundey School ..... t'
Adult Bible Clan (NCO Club)., 0:3U
Morning Worship ....... 0:15 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship ,..,, 'v 4:30
Eevenlna Worshin 7 JO
Sunday senool pot
Morning Worship 110
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
of Month) ;
Holy Communion (aisorpal).M I JO

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In Plains Disaster

me uvu Aeronauucs Board an.
nounced yesterdiy it will open
public hearincs here Aug. 1 in on
effort to determine the cause of
the Grand Canyon, plane disaster.
CAB examiners were sent to the
scene immediately after the June
30 crash to make a "microscopic
study" of the wreckage of the two
a ir Users in wlucn us persons were
killed. : v-
,ft : yt-
The planes,' Trans World Air-'
lines Constellation and a United
Airlines DC7, apparently collided
in the air in the worst commercial
aviation accident in history. How
ever, the tAU saia us lnvesuga lnvesuga-tion
tion lnvesuga-tion has not yet been completed.
. i CAB safety investieatof re
ported several days ago that the
Trans world puoi apparently was
at fault in taking Bis pun to
hiffhor altitude to set above
storm. But high CAB officials said
later that the conclusion was pre-
Garage Door Giyes
Deputy Big
ATlrtATN. Mich. (UP) A
denutv saw Mrs. Wade Willett, the
sheriff s wife, drive, towards the
jail garage. He thougnt tne noor
aa (Inent and flushed a button
to let Mrs. Willett enter, uui we
door, which had Den open,
banged down on vne wuwi car,
smashing tne winosrueiB.
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'kornlng Worship .''j
Holt Communion Iirai ounwr
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Cathtna :.
. Daily Mam Vik"i
' Sunday Mass's s........ :0
Confessions. Saturday .. 4:30
Sunday 4J4
Daily Man ..
.. 4:15
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
.7:45 tt 00
.7 JO 1:00
Sunday asam
Saturday aiasa
Sunday Mssset
Spanish ...... .......
Dslly Mast
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Confeartona. Saturdav fBiillding
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Dally Mass 0
Saturday Man J-JJ
Sunday 'llanet Tttt
Snankb ...ft 70
Daily Man ....................
Sunday Man
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Midweek ftllowahlp, Thuraday.. I JO
Sunday School ................. t:o
Morning Worship .............. 110
Youth ftUowsbip. Sunday,..,.. 40
Sunday School 1:90
'Daily Man 7:30
Morning Worship UtfO
Holy Communion First Sunday
.. of Month) ..:..
Sunday Man v.
Conftnlont, Sunday
Dally Man .......
Sunday Man ,.
Spanish .....ft
ConJessiona, Saturday ...4:00 h
0.8. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sola
Dally Man
Sunday Man
. ...
wioday Man
Tuesday .....
Seventh Day
Weekly Sarvlcn
to aU Churchtt at
Sabbath School 1:30 a.m. '
Divine Service 11:00 aa.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 na
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
service 1:20 n.m.
Pacific Side Panama at Balbet District
Pastor W. H. Wallar-Tel. 2SJ 3500
Cabs VerdeC Ave. 1. P. dt la One No.
Chorrillo 25th No. 17
Pueblo Nuevo 1-A St between. 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Absjo 11th St No. 27
Balboa Chanel 0344 Gavilan Rd. Sal.
boa (Saturday only). 1
Sruuusb Cbarche Paaasu tad .'
Cristdbela Dhirict f ''
Pastor Ruben Rult ' 1
Panama, Calle Derlen No. 3
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Ave,
Cam boa A Frljoles. ( t
District Pastor A. A. Grttxlt
Tel. No. e-ioa
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Atlantic Side CoMa aad
Crbtdbal District
Pastor Neblett-TeL 3420
Colon 3rd St. at Central Ave. Cristo
bal 16th Ai Bolivar Ave.
Central oixJco: Gavllaa Head Tel. 2-
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witltin DUector
Servic Frioav. I JO aa Saturnay
a JC pm
a'ffl tiiUnn ot Jewish ervlcn
une'er Poma Bues and Stot.anai.
Conertnanon Kol Shearith laraet. Ave
nlda C"h and 34th Street Bella Vista
Panainl City. Servicea 40 pa
LbliiCrdli : I
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Bev. Robert P. Gimlck, Pastor
' P.O. Box 466, Balboa.
Bunday School. Bible clem 40 a.m
1 "Divine Service at Margarita (In St
'Msrgarefs Episcopal Church) Sunday
40 ..
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McCarthy; Certain
Member Of Ike's
GETTYSBURG. Pa.. July 14
(UP) President Eisenhower yes
terday nominated a five-member
United Nations delegation that in
eludes two frequent critics of bis
foreign policy and one recent tar
get of Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy
ihe group will represent the
United States at the U.N. General
Assembly opening in New York
about Nov. 12. All must be con-
fir in ed by the Senate and at least
one is certain to encounter opposi opposition,
tion, opposition, from McCarthy.
Included in the delegation were
Sen.ite Republican Leader William
I?'. Knowland Calif, and 5en. Hu Hubert
bert Hubert H.. Humphrey (D-Minn.), both'
of whom have differed at times
with the administration's conduct
of foreign affairs.
Another delegate will be Paul
G. Hoffman, foreign aid director
during the Truman administration
who was characterized by McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy last Wednesday as "a dedi.
catd and determined enemy of
those who oppose communism."
Rounding out the delegation,
which was announced after Mr.
Eisenhower held a lengthy con
ference with Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, will be Henry
Cabot Lodge Jr., permanent U.S.
deletrate to the U. N.. and Ells-
worth Bunker, former ambassador
to Argentina and Italy and cur currently
rently currently president of the, American
Red Cross.
Mr. Eisenhower nominated : as
alternates James J. Wadsworth,
rxlee'g .denutv at lb,:.U.. JJ.i
Richard Lee Jones, amuassador
to Liberia; Frank C. Nashj-Wash-inglon,
D. ,C. attorney; Edward
S. Greenbaum, New York City at attorney,
torney, attorney, and Mrs, Oswald B. Lord,
alternate representative to the
General Assembly since 1953.
Hnmnhrev has been one of the
leading Democratic critics of ad administration
ministration administration foreign policy. Only
today he charged administration
officials with producing an I'amaz I'amaz-ing
ing I'amaz-ing merry-go-round of views on
the important question of neutral
ism." ? .:.
Knmvlaru, has occasionally prod-
ed the administration to develop
a tougher policy against Commu
nists in the Far East. However,
Wh'te House , n!e w 4 secretary
n Haeertv rejected a re.
porter's suggestion that the Cali
fornia Senator "is consiaereu au
isolationist"-. ....
Experts Predict lillle
Help For
From Southern Trip
ASHEB0R0, N.C,,' July i (UP)
New York Gov. Averell Harn-
mnn. ranrlirlata for the democra
tic nresidential nomination, invades
the south today for the first time
to seek support in a nosuie ter
ritory. ,. ,j:t
Harnman was scneauiea to ar ar-riv
riv ar-riv here at noon to o politicking
and nirknickins with- the North
Carolina Democratic convention de
legation. Political experts predict predicted
ed predicted the New York Governor will
win little more than a taste for
southern barbecue.
Tonight Harriman will .address
the state convention of young De Democratic
mocratic Democratic clubs. ; . .
Harnman, who has pieogea mm
.olf tn snnnnrt a strong civil rights
plank,- ia expected to openly defy
southern views on the segregation
isSUC. !';-.' -:';.-$-'.,:- (-".
Hi trip to North carouna win
be snubbed by tarbeelleaders.:
Gov. Luther Hodges will not at.-
tnd the rallv. The North Carou-
na Chief Executive will hold a spe special
cial special news conference in Raleigh tn MDlain Drovisions of eigh.
school segregation measures to be
dropped in the hopper of the spe special
cial special session of the general assem assembly
bly assembly July '23.7 'r. t
Before the news conference xw
riiftftHniprl Hodges said he planned
to go- trout fishing in the western
part of the states v .
Hodges has given his unqualified
endorsement of JVdlai E,,. Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and recent rumors mention
the governor as possible running
mate to Adtat Stevenson.
- A
buUdozer was filling in a
- .., h... u-upn the cries of a fe
line in distress were, heard. While,
the bulldozer' stood by, Humane
Society agents moved into, the
brush-filled gully and hacked their,
uair nnW lS-fant ovprhantt to
- ... Moiormintvl mnther and'
rescue determinea mouier anu
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To Oppose One
UN Delegation
Hoffman, a former oresident of
the Studebaker Corp., was one of
the early boosters of the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower for president, movement
and .now is board chairman of the
Fund for the Republic. A,, study
financed by the fund is now being
investigated by the House Com
mittee on un-American Activities.
McCarthy told the Senate this
week it wa. "inconceivable" that
Hoffman would be confirmed as a
U. N. delegate. He said Hoffman
had made statements that "could

only be made by a fool or $ Qom- cemetery nere is not always the the-miinist.'.
miinist.'. the-miinist.'. : i quiet place- it should- foe.. Someone-
. x ; v J apparently gets a .bang out of
' Asked if administration officials, touching off a blast in the Civil.;

were aware of McCarthy's attack
on Hoffman, Hagerty said "YeaM
we read it" But he said he did
not know if the President person
ally was aware' of the Wisconsin
Republicaa a challenge.
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We make loans with guarantees on first mort:;4 -or.othsr
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deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks. I.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
' ' documents, in 4 different sizes.

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Rainbow City
Church To Hold ) :J
Welcome Service
.... ...)
The First Church of Gb4r
Rainbow City, will hold s' spe.'
cial service of welcome for RerJ
and Mrs. William Ellis, mission
aries .from ADderson. Tndlanans,
who will be relieving Rev. ant
Mrs. Wllllara Uvtogston while
they are on furlough. ;.
The service will be. held TUes;;
day night at'7:30.

soldiers'1 plot in .the' GlenwoedS
War cannon on display in the,
cemetery. Twice this spring neigh.
borhood residents were ro"'d..
from sleep by- explosions. Both
i blasts were traced to the old fir.

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House Probers To Questions Artists
Said Blacklisted On False Charges

WASHINGTON, July 14 (UP) -House
investigators decided today

to question a group of entertain
era listed in a Fund for the Re

ings on propaganda entering this
country from abroad.
Walter said one of those to be

questioned in Philadelphia was ac

public report as having been biacK ( tress uaie bondergaara. miss ton ton-listed
listed ton-listed because of false Communist dergaard appeared before the
charges. I group in 1951. At that time she
" rejected questions about alleged
i "We want to ask thera where. Communist ties on grounds of pos-

and when they were blacklisted,". sibie seUmeriminaUon,

aid Rep. Francis E. Walter -(D

Pa.), chairman of the House Com

mittee on un-American Activities.

"The committee refused to iden

tify its other prospective witnesses

"Subpenas are out for some of until they have been served with

them right now. suopenas.
Walter, who has been hiehlyi

critical of the fund's report, made! The committee also will hold

the announcement as the commit- hearings in Philadelphia on the

funds grant of $5,000 to a Quaker

tee took testimony from officials

of two anti-Communist orgamra orgamra-tions
tions orgamra-tions mentioned in the blacklist

Godfrey P. Schmidt, a New York

' attorney who is president of A-

f ware, inc., denounced tne report
S. as a "political tract." He said
t ''The Communist party high com-
mand would be glad to have a
-i - i; I. t.I.

j w uuL-uuicuv line una vuiuc uui eveiy
iZ A Schmidt and Paul R. Milton, a
1,. radio writer and board member
Aware, explained that the or-
ganization issues bulletins on on-taining
taining on-taining alleged Communist back-

. grounds of entertainers.
Walter hlrtl in a spatch at
Philadelphia last night that the
committM might launch a mw
. invastigation oif communitm in
shew businast as a follow-up
to its blacklisting inquiry.
He said three entertainers men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the report will be ques questioned
tioned questioned at Philadelphia next week
during previously scheduled hear-

library at Plymouth, Pa. that re

fused to fire a librarian accused

of being a Communist. The ses

sion will be held Monday and

Winding up the blacklist hear

ings. here for the time being, the

committee placed in a record a
statement by labor columnist Vic

tor Riesel denying he was part of
a "clearance ring" to permit re

hiring of blacklisted entertainers,
The report had mentioned Riesel

as one of the persons who could

make it possible for accused ac

tors to clear themselves and find

jobs in the radio-television Indus Industry.
try. Industry. ."t Vr 'f
Riesel recently was blinded by
an acid thrower i an attack that
appparently resulted from his ex exposure
posure exposure of labor racketeering. He

told the committee he was never
even questioned by representativs
of the fund about the alleged

clearance ring.

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1:58 stsn on ','
2M Harry Owen Show
2 JO Paul Wlnchell
3:00 Armed Forca Hour
4:00 Incora
5:00 Captain Calient
5:30 Wyatt Xarp
40 Panorama Newi
7:00 Danny Thomai
7:30 SU( Show
3 00 Caetar'f Hour
M Highway Patrol

t:30 Jackie Oleaaon. Show.
1040 Hit Parade
11:00 Newi
11 M The Klgin Hour
11:05 Sign oft

SUNDAY, July 13, 1J54
' 3:5 Sign on --
S OU Ump Unto My Feet
3:30 Life is Worth Living
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Eii core Theatre 1
5:00 Hallmark Hall of Fame
5:30 Screen Directors Playhouse
:15 Industry On Parade
, 0:30 Damon Runyon Theatre
7:00 Mr. Peppers -
7:30 Talent Scouts
8:00 Toast of The Town
9:00 Appointment with
:S0 Phil Slivers
10:00 My Favorite Husband
10:30 What's My Line
11:00 News
11:00 News
11:05 Robert Montgomery
12:05 Sign off.

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SMALL FRV PAINT BATEAS One of the courses tauebt during summer school at IXr f

Kobbe Is bate painting:. Here, two sets of twins, Joanne and Barbara Glaston and Marie :
and Ada Sant start working on their wooden platters. 250 children are attending this sum---'
mer recreation school. . "" i -. :,.



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The Chaige d'Affalres M. Marcel Ollivier and Mme. Jean
, OHlvier cav a reception at the French Embassy today to.
. celebrate Bastille Day.
, This evening, the Frence-Amerkan Committee will hold
Its annual banquet at the Union Club.

Mrs. Vtllarlno

Her For Vis if

Mrs. Octavio Vallaruio, wife of

i Panama's Ambassador to Spam,

arrived by plane xnursdsy to vu

It here with relatives and friends.

Dr. And Mrs. Seholes

Her From Bolivia

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Seholes ar

rived here, yesterday, with their

auiiuct vuu uu uicir wajr iv uic

States from La Paz. Bolivia.

They will stay at the Tlvoll

VUTTflk JiAWUflV MM... wuiivjuh;
when they will leave for San Jo Jose,
se, Jose, -Costa Rica. From. San Jose,
they will go to Guatemala City.
Then they will proceed to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C.: !?"' v",

After a short stay In Wsshing-

tea, Mrs. Seholes and Delia will
go to Michigan to visit Mrs.
Seholes' mother, and Dr. Seholes
wUl go to Harvard University, of
u:.u U I. T.IImm.'.-. .

nunn am u a cuuw. :, i
i'..t Re Rrmt

Cmins home From ColUge
- Miss Rosalinda Relman, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis A.
Reimann of Curu!ldu,, is expected
here on the Isthmus next week to
speed month with her parents,
Wiss Retain has been attending
D Paul University in Chicago,
Where she ll studying political sci science
ence science in 'preparation for ea ea-rear
rear ea-rear in the diplomatic service.

Mrs. W. t. Cunninflham
Leave -For. States ;. .4 'f -? -I
. Mrs. William F..Cunnmgham of
Balbpa -left yesterday for Pitts Pitts-Vnrirh
Vnrirh Pitts-Vnrirh ta fain her husband.. who

i icriouslv ill there.

CFO Wives Plsn
Party- For Orphans - -
The Coco Solo CPO Wives met
Tuesday, and made plane lor a
hopping trip to the Pacific Side.
They will also give a party for
erpiians during the month of July.

Mr. And Mrs. C. Collins
Amiounce Birth Of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Collins
of St Louis, Missouri announce
the birth of their fourth child,
third daughter, on July L
Mrs. Collins is the former An

drea Lee Whitlock. daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Whitlock

of Margarita, v-

Mr. Colons is associated with
the American Lead Company in

St. Louis. i

Card Group Of Balboa

Women's Cluk-

The Card Group of the Balboa

Women's Club enjoyed a delight-

iui aiternoon 01 cards and refresh

ments at the home of Mrs. Mala

Moraeng in cocou on Thursday.

Lo-hostesses for the affair were

Mrs. Ruth Jenkins and Mrs. Nor-

deng. ,The following members and
guests attended: The Mesdames

Mary S. Days, Mary Aanesen,
Frances Annacbarico, Maude

' linchard, Jacobs Joustra,' LouIip

.crchant, Blanche bctiuui c,,rt 4

gy Parker, Edith Brown, .Mary E.

Ruppel, Elsie Ettinger, Sarah Row

ley. M. MUJer. JLeona baarmen.

Phil Euper, Lois Van Horn, Juse-

da Pennington, Gratuce Otten, R.
Bathraan Faye Ruoff. Martha
Hamilton, Gertrude Sraouse, .Hel .Helen
en .Helen Adler and Emily Bolton.

The next meeting will be held

on Jul? 28 at the home of Mrs.

Sanh Rowley in Gamboa. Co-host

esses will be Mrs. .Rowley.. and
Mrs. Mary E. RuppeL ;; ;;:
U.N. Consultant Gives Program
At Unitarian Society -
The Unitarian Society will spon

sor a special program tomorrow

evening, at 7:30. Mr. Louis A.
Hosch, United Nations Consultant
on public administration to the Re Re-public
public Re-public of Panama, will show color colored
ed colored Slides of Cairo and Luxor, in
Egypt; of Uganda, and of Lebanon.

Mr. Hosch is from the UniversU Building, Gatun,

ty of Chicago, and Vilf be teach

ing' at the university of Panama,

beginning in September. Before

coming to Panama, he served with
the United Nations" in Rome. Rio

rde Janeiro, and in Cairo.

location is the Unitarian Center,
Building 362, Ancon Boulevard,

midway between Tivoli Avenue
and Frangipani Street, at the loot

of juamey Place, m Ancon.


Delicious spreads make sum

mertime snacking easy and pleas

ant, xne cnei at cnurcmu's r ark
Avenue restaurant in New York
uses canned mushrooms in com-

biuation with other foods to pro.

duce some -very good ones. we

selected three to pass along to

Spread Makes 12 pen -sandwiches
or, 4 doien canapes)

One pound cream cheese. I ta tablespoon
blespoon tablespoon butter, Vi cup cream, 1
dozen pitted green olives. 2

4-ounce : cans mushroom pieces;

and stems, drained, dash Worcest

ershire sauce. 1

Blend cream cheese, butter and
cream to form smooth creamy

mixture. Chop olives and mush

rooms and combine with cheese

Add dash of Worcestershire.
Spread on bread or toast slices.

Egg Salad-Mushroom Spread
(Makes 12 open sandwiches
.j or 4 dozen canapes ;
Two 4-ounce cans mushroom

pieces and stems, drained. 1 doz

en hard-cooked egg yolks, I tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, H teaspoon white pep-

ppr; 1 teaspoon Worcestershire
sauce, H cup mayonnaise, 1 tea.
spcon prepared mustard.

Chop mushrooms line and Diana

with egg yolks to spreading con consistency.
sistency. consistency. Add salt, pepper, Wor Worcestershire
cestershire Worcestershire sauce, mayonnaise and

mustard one-by-one, stirring each

time to smooth paste. Spread on
bread or toast slices.

' Fresh Chicken' Liver and
Mushroom Spread (Make
.12 open sandwiches or
4 dozen canapes



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If a man Invites vou and vour

hlnhnH in hi hmi rfnn't m 1

iusa tn lnvitauon just because
his wife wasn't with him to ex extend
tend extend ox second the- Invitation.
A man has a perfect right to
InTite people ta fc a own heme. :





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There are a few Years In the life

of the average wife and mother
when she should be at least three

women. v .

The feeling that one woman :

can't possibly do all' that is ex

pected of her usually strikes a

woman after her children have be

gun to lead busy lives but aren't
yet old enough to be turned loose!
on -their own. v I

The daily problem of the wife

and mother then becomes, "'what's
most Important?".

"Is it more important that I go:

to Jim s out-of-town convention,
with him, as he wants: me to do,,
or should 1 stay at home to handle

any emergecny that might come

up instead 01 noping an outsider

can competently take my place?"

If Jim and I go to a party

WIRED FOR TROUBLE As Cyprus governor Sir John Harding meets in London with Prime
Minister Anthony Eden and other top government odlclals to seek a solution to the Cyprus
problem, British soldiers string- a mile-long barbed wire barrier in Nicosia, the capital of Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's principal military base- in the Middle East Five gates in the barricade will remain upen
when quiet reign;. they'll be shut as, first sign of .trouble bubbles up between Greek and
Turkish Cypriots. .S,-- ..,

Saturday night (and, goodness
Irnnuri vA iimmI tn vet outl who Is

One pound fresh chicken livers, p0iBI to ie that Susie gets to the

2 .medium onions, chopped, ; 2, play at school which she says she
4-ounce cans mushroom, pieces! W can't miss?" m ? v s

and stems, drained. 1 cup chicken i time to take on that

fat or butter. hard-cooked eggs ,'pta teh I feel I oueht to do. or

2 teaspoons salt. Vs teaspoon pep-'Would I'M a better wife and

' Each notice for Inclusion la this
column should be submitted ia

type-wiitMo form and Mailed to one
of the box numbers lilted daily n
"Social and Otlierwieot'' e deMvot
, od y hand to the office. Notices of
: meeting a cuinet be accepted by
telephone, w .i
Lt. Garvyn H. Mowmblow
Memorial Auxiliary i ,v -To
Post M7 VFW ; -

The LL Garvyn H. Mouttblow

Memorial Auxiliary to Post 38T6,

Veterans of Foreign WKARS, Cristo

bal, C.Z, wlU hold their social
meeting, Monday July JVst the

American Legion Hall, ; i 4obal,


Central Labor Union
To Moot Sunday

The regular monthly meeting of

the Canal Zone Central. Labor U-

nlon and Metal Trades Council

will be held tomorrow arthe Mar
garita Service, Center -and will
start upon the arrival of the morn morning
ing morning train. -The Legislative Report
will be supplemented by Alternate

I-I-.2 n . n T

LiegisiauTe neprrseniauvo n. -1

Biarey who has just returned from

wasnmgton. :

American Legion


American Legion AuxIlary.'TJnit

jno. 3 wiu noia tneir regular

monthly meeting, Wednesday, at

per, 1 teaspoon Worcester saire
sauce...?" Vr'"-i"-i .i ".-"-""
, Saute chicken livers, onions, and

mushrooms in' chicken fat or but

ter, over low heat for 15. minutes

Remove, reserving fat; and blend
or grind livers, onions and mush

rooms to smooin consistency.,
Chop eggs sod edd to mixture
with seasonings and Worcester

shire sauce. Then blend in enough
of the b u 1 1 f r or fat to form

spreading consistency. -spread, on

slices of bread or toast.

Versatile (orduroit Coal




NEW YORK (NEA) The" coatinings atd those chill, rainy spring! need .for an ejrtr coat when you
that you can 'wear' opring,. sum-days ia both summer and early travel v ,;. C'.V.:

mer ana ian is a fooa mvestment autumnr ' f We show (left) the corduroy
for any wardiobe. This tear, this all-purpose coat coat in palebeige, worn with

ii snouio De gooa ior travel, ror comes in corduroy corduroy of jprmt dress and dressy accessories

c,l7 vr country, in sun or many wains colors ana textures. lor late aiternoon or early

rain, ir should be light enough to It may be a trench coat or H may ningx Same coat (right with Em-

k over Buinmrr ciomes, yet pro- oe cut tn empire lines

vide enough warmth for cool eve-, it's wattr-repcllent, it

Crcnillr Behdlx
Joinlly Purchase

DALLAS, Tcjus, July 14 -Xiaa

ill international Airways ana u

Bendut Badio Division ot aenaix

Aviation Cornoration announced

jointly last week the purchase of
Bendix, RDR-1 airborne wester ra-
. ... ;

oar ior mstauauon in siimuc

new Douglas DC-7C fleet.
Delivery of the new 75-pssseng-r.
a50-mile-an-hour nlanes will be

gin in septemDer. jor use on m
airline's domestic and internation

al routes.;;;'--..

Our ourchsse of the Bendix u-

Band radar unit is the result

negotiations and an exhausuve e-

valuation program which we be

gan in 1951 to determine exactly
what tvoe of radar is the best for

our particular route system in the

United States and Latin America,"

R. V. Carleton, vicepresident of

operations for -the airline, said. t
"For -our passengers, the add!

".""x ."tt" v. ttion or raaar ra our new aa w
7:30 p.m. at the. Amencan Legipn r,H0 D&7Cfleet not only means

( an additional safety factor, but an

added contort feature, since u will
enable the pilot to avoid areas of

sever turbulence, ;: carieion aoa-
ed. i-v;-- ? v
-. "i :' ,.11,.,, -' '. i V'

Branlff was the first airline to

utilize airbone radar on schedul

ed passenger flight on April is,

1954. when it beean a loint evatua

tion project over its internation

al routes with the U. S. Navy

Bureau of Aeronautics on the Na

vy s pulse type scare a raaar oe-

velooed during war.

Serving more than so cities in
the U.S.. Braniff s domestic routes

stretch from Minneapous-st. rain
to New Orleans, Chicago to Brown
sville. New York' and Washington

to Texas, and west to Denver, Co Colo.
lo. Colo. Internationally, tt on r. a t s

through the Houston, Texas, and

Miami gateways to Cuba. Pana

ma, fccuaaor, rem, uouvia. r
raguay, Argentina and Brazil.
tea $:b To Begin -Seen
At Sf. Peter's

An effort 'will be made In be

half of St Peter's church, La

Boca, by Its parish Welfare
Council to raise funds to help
finance the work among the In

dian missions in tne Arcnaea
conrr of Nicaragua.

As chairman Of the Depart

ment ot Christian social Rela

tions In the diocese, the Rev.

John Spear, priest in charge of
St. Peters, has Issued an appeal

to the missions and parishes to

neip in raising tne amount


Towards this end. the Council

will sponsor a tsr sale shortly.

Members of the parish are ask.

en to support the venture;, wmcn
will be broutht to a close with

a mlaalonary Krvlce early in Au-

russ. -t.i '. ..'',.. s

- A confirmation class for chil children
dren children and adults will be started

by Father spear Sunday vafter
next at 9:30 a.m. Application
forms may be obtained by pros-j

pecuve candidates from me

warden or Church school super

mother if I selfishly used the little
.. as i i

extra vnra i nv ur
, "I cant possibly chauffeur three
sets of children to three different
things on the same afternoon.
Which Is the most Important ac ac-tivity?".
tivity?". ac-tivity?". -And so U goes, day after dsy,
week after week as a busy ; wife
and mother is pulled this way and
that. She's torn between this duty
.nt that Ablifation. trying to do

riaM k ach member of the lam-

w not alwavs being sure where

k. U naailml IIIIHL

eh. jn.n't : always make the

- rt.oininn. Sometimes she

feels she has been neglecting her
husband to keep her children hap hap-uimntimes
uimntimes hap-uimntimes she feels the

chUdren haven't-, beany, getting
epough of, bet attention.
JNo modern, laber-saving device
has vt hn invented that will put
a biy fcd mother .in three
places at.-oKt'-vv:
Rev Limlcemann
To Occupy Pulpit

At Gamboa Church

Key. Jacob W. Umkemann will

again occupy tne puipit ox wic
Oambc Union Chureh Sunday
nnrninr np.tinr in place of the

minister who la on vacation. He
is resrlonal secrets f for tp
ameriAftn Bible Society, with

headouarters In the Bible House

at Cristobal, a ? y
nn .Tiilv 22 end 28. and on Aug

k urvires will he conducted by

Mrs. Louis M. isxe oi

lnn -thnrtit Mission..

' nnrinv Julv and August the

Unified Service of worship be begins
gins begins at 10 a.m. The message is
In the form of a story-sermon
with hymns and liturgy appro appropriate;,
priate;, appropriate;, i(e congregation of all
ages. ''.' "' ' "'"-"""
Tomorrow afternoon at 3:80
tha General Council of tht Un Union
ion Union Church of the Canal Zone
will convene at Gamboa. The!

Council Is composed or minis minis-tmnteea.
tmnteea. minis-tmnteea. and deleeates from

the four Union congregations of

the Zone.


Across the

"El Panama" Hotel ;
fyvd $hsxwu Jmo
and Jjoumb,
. tht captivating

r:-- singar.,
Open everyday from 1 1 :00 A.m.




Because nine. Samp cant riohl) with Fm.

eliminates! accessories for daytime war. ;

Life Dull At

Try Jail 10 Days

' DETROIT, July 4 '(OTf i-)tto

Weber, 47. began a 10-day )au
sentence Thursday rather than pay
a $50 fine to break the dull day-

to-day routine.
Weber made the decision whw
he appeared for sentencing on a
reckless driving charge. The re retired
tired retired factory worker and "student
of life" said be had talked it over
with his wife, Mary, and they a a-greed
greed a-greed It would be an interesting in interlude
terlude interlude to the ordinary routine. He
said he could pay the fine but
"would go home tonight and do
the same thing I do every other
night-nothing." ; :
SThis way," he said, "111 hsve
a chsnce to gab with the boys

and then go home with au kinds

of stories for Mary.'?.
a J-fk'
Aunt Ellen Club
To Attend Church
On Anniversary,

Members of Aunt Ellen Club

will attend the choral Eucharist

at St. Paul's Church tomorrow
morning to render thanks for

t,n achievements oi tne ciuo
during the past year. In observ observance
ance observance of their ninth anniversary
The observance will be con

cluded with a cocktail party at
the homo of one ot the mem members
bers members in Rio Abajo in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Several guests have been
Besides engaging In sewing
and knitting as a pastime, the,
club has been active in charita

ble work.


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keo frew healthy end Iturey due le
UCTOGlU reeera eiaettelly by Nutla't,
IACTOGEN eemiita ef pure eiilk el the
kigkeit quality, mM4 le previa yew
baby free) early InreiKy, the kalenced diet
whM) he needt. Atereever, UCTOCEN hi
orren the edvantege of befag enriched with
vHwaih te eld le keby'i grewth end with
tree oa o pretettie efeinat entmie.

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Agendas Internal, dt Publicacionss
Ma.-S Utter; Mm
..' CASA ZALDO '.'
10 U Camsqaltt ; '.
- He. M Street
' MdMiiHajft
J. Am IMI No. 4
let Cental Are.
. 14 Central Aveaaa :
. 4. t oe do as On Ave. Na. 41
Jntt Immmn An. and B St.
AY IttMt
Fugae Lefevta t Street
TU rami Ul
1 12 WORDS
for; A,


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' DR. C. I. f AMIGA, O.D.S.
TW.Il (4th at 'LwimAiiI2i2it
fontwotte Aacra School TmjfW
T. UMll rename
Pbone Panama 1-0551
Packer ehHpers i
laaw Wing rt"
III P.I-V rnvw
f if gjppwmriw-ie
eu Brians rat"
"Wl HUM m Z r
D. SchoOs) 1
SI Juste Aroiemena ft. -"'T
' 1 Canal Zone l adies
For Smart and Lovely Hair
try o '
- Double Lanollne Wave
Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
Tel t-3671 1
, (NEA Telephoto)
rJewa conference In Washing-,
torf Scgretary of State John
Fosfie Dulles appeals tff the
. VrMnltrv tn undo "the. evil
djoni m Stalin's time," by lib-.
er&unt-, its East Europe
-,, i ?s i satellites. 4.
Be museum is planned at the
Crater take National Park which
will house naturalist specimens
and ,-will show the geographical
history of the lake. :
1954 Willys Station Wagon
in ,good '. condition. Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 24505.
Abattoir Itadonal
Banet tldudarla Vi
Cemento Panama 7J TS.S0
Cerveeerfa Naclonal .... 81
Cblklcana de lecbe .... 11
Coj Cola t
Cueniat Comerdalea
Prti with Com.
DqHlladora Naclonal ... ., 14
riiftnclere btmcfta
Pret wlU Cora. MS
Pinantaa. 8. A.
pint with Com, ...... 12
Fuirza y tux Pret ... 47 11
' rm f lua-COm.-.:. M
Hoteiat tntetamericanee. 114 v
General de SiTrroi U 4 '
Panamefia de Acaltea ... t
Pinaroerta do Plbraa ... : ,- M -Panamefta
deegufOf i I''
Panamefia da Tabaeo .. 1 11 t'it
TeatrO Bellavista ...... T5S i
Teafro Central ; 6
(Commercial Notlcet



FOR SALE:- 0-cycle Frigidaira,
fully automatic washing machine
and dryer, lika new. Kebbe 5207.
FOR SALI. Steve, wringer type
washing machina, refrigerator,
6-pitce Rattan living room tat,
wreught ire a coffee table, end
tablet, lamps, niahegany side side-,
, side-, beard, 5-piece niahegany bed bed-room
room bed-room tat. Call Panama 3-2232.
FOR SALE: Bedroom, dining
room and children tat., Brand
new never been used, made to
order. All cedar Owner leaving
country, Sae at Transportes Bax Baxter
ter Baxter or call 3-0898 for appoint-'
FOR SALE. Chinese living room
tat in vary good condition, 43rd
Street No. 12. Phone 3-0694
FOR SALE. 6025-cycle con consols
sols consols R.C.A., Vincent model 21 21-inch
inch 21-inch television. Phone 2-4216.
FOR SALE : I piano with bench,
Harrington Upright, goad tone,
$100; I 250-volt household iron
new $5; I 25-cycle record play player
er player child's $6. Mrs. Prothro, house
5628-B. Balbea. Phane 2-4286.
FOR SALE. Bedroom and din din-inf
inf din-inf room set, Chinese bar, desk,
chests, chairs, etc. Phone Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 3101. Quarters 566-A.
FOR SALE: 6Vt cubic feet,
25 cycle Frigidaira, excellent
condition, $60. 2309 A, Lat
Crucet St., Balboa. Phone 2-
FOR SALI: 6Vi cubic feet.
25-cycle Westinghouse refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator in excellent condition, $60.
2309-A Las Crnces St., Balboa.
Phone 2-1337.
FOR SALE: 3-pieca Rattan sat
with end tablet, eyersixed dou double
ble double bed, box spring and mattress',
Magnavox radio phonograph,
, workshop hand and power tools,
' Spead-Graphic camera, darkroom
equipment, b o k I and other
(terns. Call Panama 3-6699 ar
tee at 49th Street No. 3 be between
tween between Colombia and Federico'
Boyd, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE; 9 cu. ft. rarrlgtra rarrlgtra-tor,
tor, rarrlgtra-tor, 25-cycle $50; 2 bamboo
' basket chairs and I couch $23;
fleer lamp $S. Balboa 4451.
0763 E, Williamson PL t
FOR SALE-40-cycle6-ft. Gen General
eral General Electric refrigerator. House
0433, Apt. I, Ancon after 5 p.m.
Men. and Tuet.
' FOR SALE: Simmons Hidabed
eft, upholstered chain, desk,
and tables, porch lounge. Qtrs.
Ill Albrook. Phone 86-4279.
NEW SPANISH course for Eng English
lish English spooking people at Universi University
ty University of Panama from July 23 to,
September 6. Classes In morning
hours on Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Beginners from 9
to 10 a.m. intermediate from
10 toil. Advanced from 11 to
' 12. Registration at Secretary's
: office. -ift-i-i... :-.
C-118 Plunges Into
1st MATS Atlantic
FORT DIX J. J., July 14 (UP)
A C-118 Military Transport plane
plummeted into a swamp minutes
after it took off into a violent e-
lectric storm yesterday, killing 45
persons and injuring 21 aboard.
A rescue task force of 700 soldiers
and airmen, 60 ambulances, ar army
my army bulldozers and a crane worked
five hours to rescue the survivors
from a wild area of pine forest
and swampland on the Fort Due
Army reservation.
A rescue worker reported "am "ambulances
bulances "ambulances running around like cra crazy''
zy'' crazy'' on the dirt roads leading from
tne crash scene. --The
four-engine plane a milita military
ry military version of the civilian DC-,
crashed about 4 p.m. yesterday
after it took off from McGuire Air
Force Base near Fort Dix for Bur-
tonwood, England.
Atlantic division headquarters Of
me January ait .transport serv service
ice service said the olane carried a crew
of 10 and 56 passengers including
41 airmen, nine officers and six
civilians. The civilians included
two men, two women and two chil children.
dren. children. -.''-,
The Air Force indicated that
some of the victims may not live
through the day.
The Friday the 13th crash was
the first for the MATS Atlantic
division since its' organization 8
years ago. It was the sixth worst
military plane crash in Air Force
The soldiers and airmen aided
by volunteers from central New
Jersey towns used axes to back
their way through the pines and
undererowth. They sloshed through
hip deep mud and water to reach
uie victims.
T ioMnina flastlM MH1 trafed

out pieces of the wreckage. Hea-j JHEATHEART J Truck-,
vy intermittent rains turned uails!:N?hwheatuonn"Smith'
and roads into quagmires. j sandpile as she whiles away the

Early rescuers were forced to.
hack their way through the woods
carrying their litters. But army
.bulldozerj.vereJushedio iear.


FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, canary yellow, white-
wall tires, standard shift, perfect
condition. 1 955 Chevrolet "2 1 0"
coupe, power glide, white side side-will
will side-will tires and many extras, ex-
cedent condition. 1 952 Chevre-
let 4-door sedan, power glide,
many extras. 1953 Pontiac Cat Cat-elina,
elina, Cat-elina, olive green, hydramatic,
radio, whitewall tires, ivory top
and many extras, perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, 1951 Pontiac Catalina, tat-
urn gold. 1953 Chevrolet Bel Bel-ir,
ir, Bel-ir, radio, standard thift, etc. All
in good mechanical condition
and good price. Autos Eisenmen,
beside Coca-Cola Plant.' Phone
2-2616 and 2-4966. v
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth 6 6-cyl.
cyl. 6-cyl. Station Wagon, undercoat undercoat-ed,
ed, undercoat-ed, '$1700. Can be financed.
Phone Coroxal 2144 or evenings
Curundu 4298. V 'i
FOR SALE: 1953 Super "88"
Oldsmobile, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, power brakes, shaded glass,
radio, whitewall tires, duty paid.
Call Panama 3-4870.
, FOR SALE: Duty paid 1948
Pontiac convertible, good topy
good running condition, $200 or
beat offer. Phone Balboa 2-2863.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick con con-vertible,
vertible, con-vertible, like new, 20,000 miles,
fully equipped, $2000. Curundu
phone 6206. House 2151 -B.
"FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
BalAir Station Wagon, 4-door,
6-cyl., powarglide, fully equip equipped
ped equipped except radio, 10,000 miles,
like new $1995. Qtrs. 88 Al Albrook.
brook. Albrook. Phone 5219. Must tall
before July 24. ..
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe 2-door, perfect condition.
Inquire El Cangrege Garage, teU
ephone 3-4995.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Ranch Ranch-wagon,
wagon, Ranch-wagon, radio, ventilator, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. Best offer takes. Phone
Balboa 4451, 0763 E, William.
ton PI.-:,
J FOR SALE:-1954 Pontile Cat Cat-alina
alina Cat-alina with automatic drive, dual
' eoaakar r a d la white tidawall
. tir.: f.Z.Evri aim.' JutV said. 11
only 12 thouund miles and in
brand new condition. Call Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma 3-6699. ..
FOR SALE: 1953 MG Mark II
' Roadster ln"topnotch condition.
.Dual carbureters, dual fuel
, pumps, etci Duty .paid and only
1 1 thousand miles. Call Panama
3-6699 or see' at 49th Street
No. 3 between Colombia and
, Federico Boyd, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Road--master
4-door sedan. See to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate beautiful condition and
;. appearance this one-owner car,
Albrook, Qtn. 111. Phone 86-
'4279. ..;.i't"vx
FOR SALE: 1948 Hudson Com Commodore
modore Commodore Six, black, duty paid,
excellent for taxi. Can be teen
2172 Curundu, CZ. Price $250.
Phone 83-5174.
- FOR SALE: 1953 Morrit Mi Mi-'
' Mi-' nor. Reasonable. Phone 3-6042.
Swamp Killing 45;
Crash In 8 Years
a road from the crash scene to
the nearest road.
Several survivors could not be
rescued until an army crane lift lifted
ed lifted a part of the fuselage. The vic
tims naa oeen Duned under tne
The engineers later cut down
trees and laid down a roadway
of logs about 300 yards long.
ws aaaay a turn w
unload the golden horde at a
Salina, Kan, wheat elevator.


BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
NOTICE: Accesoriot Caton,
S.A., hereby announces that our
new telephone number is 2 2-4970.
4970. 2-4970. At number 12-129, end
of Stadium. .:
; F0R SALE: .---- Two, surveying
: transirt, cheap. Need minor re- )
pain. Informatioa Phone 2-3224
Canal Zone.
FOR SALErI 2-cylinder 10 10-:
: 10-: hp. Kermath marine engine, like
: new; I C02 fire extingubher
Lbs.-1 5; I 12-gauga shotgun, '.
like new. Phone 2-1358 BaL
Bids wilt be received la the of-
fice of the Supply and Employee
Service Director, Balboa Heights
. or the General Manager,- Cam Cam-j
j Cam-j missary: Division, Mount. Hope,
Canal Zona'until 10:00 a.m. on
Thunday, August 16, 1956,
when they will be opened in pub public,
lic, public, for furnishing 1 ,200 each
Beef Steen to the Commissary
Division, from September 1, 1956
through December 31, 1956.
Invitation for Bid Forms, with
full particulira, may be obtain-',
ad in the office of the Supply
and Employee Service Director,
Balboa Heights, or of the Gen-
oral Manager, Commissary Divi Division,
sion, Division, Mount Hope, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE Crossbow without
strip, new; rubber hunting boots,
site 8, new. Call BaL 1214..
, SALE. Sealed bids for opening
in public will ha racaivad trntil
10:00 a.m. August 10, 1956 in
the office of the General Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Commissary Division, Mt.
Hope, Canal Zone for 10,000
: only empty Dairy Feed sacks le-
cited at Mindi Dairy Farm, 11,.
000 empty rice sacks and 20, 20,-000
000 20,-000 empty potato tacks located
at the Mount Hope Abattoir of
' the Commissary Division. Invite-
: tior CD-56-5 may be ehtainH
from the office of the Supply
and Employee Service Director,
Balboa Heights, or of the Gen-
oral Manager, Commissi ry Divi Division,
sion, Division, Mr. Hope, Canal Zone.
' FOR SALE: Model. 740 deluxe
i 30.06 ; rifle, case, 5 power
mounted scope, shells, cost
$253. will sell $150. "357"
Magnum highway patrolman
S&W pistol with cleaning equip.,
like new $75. Curundu, Phona
6206, house 2151-B.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY:W 1 .1, .1,--
- .1,-- ments, 15 metert beam antenna
Call Parades, Panama 2-0600 or
3-3479 after 6 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE. 25-cycle motor for
Easy Spindrier $10. Balboa 2 2-6386.
6386. 2-6386. .'-..:-.. .:-. ..

Pan Americzn Tells Aeronautics Board
It's Besf Qualified To Provide Air Service

Pan American World Airways!

naa piuvcu uiif jw uu uu wnuaor space uia now 6xlstS.

than twice as well as any other
applicant In providing drastical
ly-needed additional air passen passenger
ger passenger and cargo service on .' the
Florida-Northeast route, Henry
J. Friendly, PAA general coun
sel, told the U.S. Civil Aeronau
tics Board Wednesday (July 11)
in wasnineton.
in oral argument berore xne
board. Friendly"" asserted 'that

Pan American would not have.ers on the East Coast lust when

appiicu iui Mic rvuw uiucaS
could nresent a case" at least
twice as good as any other ap
plicant.- ,v -:-,
"We think we have done con
siderably better than this self self-imposed
imposed self-imposed requirement.? Friendly
said. - - :
"We ask you to examine the
record.. If you find PAA's case
only a little better man its clos closest
est closest rival, don't select us. y
"But If you find, as we tnmK
you will, that from the public

standpoint PAA's case la far bJjS'lSP1

ter than any otner, men we ass
you not to be deluded m slogans

or fear to do what the recordset to Hy meet our summer

. Friendly said selection of PAA
to fly the Miami-New York route
would provide through, single-
carrier service TO wiwn America
and Eurone from the East Coast
cities of Miami, Boston, New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Washington. 1
Friendly cited .the inadequa inadequacies
cies inadequacies of Dresent service "you
can't set a seat In the winter
when vou want it. You havent
been ahl to for years" to
make the PAA point that only a
carrier with aircraft to spare

4uriog iha busy wlatfit season

criD DC MX V

I VSi Ekl I j
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Hi. Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
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large closets, garage, house mum- i
ber 5, Eutebio A. Morales Ave.
in "El Cangrajo," corner house.
Phono Panama 3-0579. .:.-
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Street 50 10-A. Inquire' ume
address. Apt. 12 ar 7th Street
3, Parque Lefevre.'
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furnished unfurnished one-bedroom modern
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FOR RENT.- 2-bedroem apart apartment,
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3-097Z ,
FOR RENT: Concrete apart.
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' transportation. Phone" 8-0471.
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bedrooms, parlor dining room,
: services, refrigerator, hot and
cold water, protected against
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Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Apartments. Sec.
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Phona l-6626.'-:-tf"t i'-P
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with refrigerator, stove, etc.
Living-dining roam, tpaciout
balcony, centrally located, $80.
Phona 3-2930.
Position Offered
WANTED: Panama Riding
School. Qualified riding intruc
tor. Call 2-2451 or 2-2562
Trantportea Baxter, S.A.
WANTED: Applications naw
being taken for qualified chef at
the Fort Amador Officers Open
Moil. Starting salary dependent
. an qualification and part expert-.
once. Apply in person at Club
Offices. ..
wonM mt th
Alone amonor : the annllnant
carriers, he said, Pan American;
is m a position to do this.
This, he declared. Is because
when Pan American's busy
transatlantic season slackens,
the busy East Coast season be
gins. Thus, planes that are Idle
when travel to and from Europe
declines, are readily available to
provide seats for winter travel-
'vuiey arc most needed.
The surplus of Atlantic nivl.
sion aircraft alone could aug
ment the capacity of the East
Coast route this winter by 30
per cent, he pointed out No oth
er applicant is in this nosltion
Attacking the argument that
since Pan American could not
meet summer demands on the
North Atlantic it would not have
planes to serve the East Coast
route during the summer,
Friendly said:
argument. We concede that PAA
cannot now accord a year-round
peak on the North Atlantic.
"But if PAA has use for equip equipment
ment equipment in winter on the East
Coast route, ont only can it
meet Latin American and Flori Florida
da Florida winter demands but can do
still better on the North Atlantic
In summer."
TAMPA, Fla.-(UP)-On April
26, 1886, Tampa a cigar industry
bean as a single small-time out
fit. Now it has grown to a large
industry that employs more than

5,000 persons and produces nearly
60,0(10,000 igara each, month.--..
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GENELL BLISS' Santa Oara Guest
House.- Ovoriookt eceaa. .sur .sur-roundod
roundod .sur-roundod by thaee treat... private
ept to beach 12 min. walk).
Gat range a rafrigararor. .Ac .Accommodates
commodates .Accommodates B. Playgreund
(lighted at night), barbecue,
badminton, ping-pong, putting
green and to forth. Bint' behio
on beach. Current rates. ? Navy
3812. :-
Gramlich'a Santa Clara Beach
' Cottages. Medera conveniences,
moderate rates. Pheae Gamboa
6-441. .:- i-.-vf. v
PHILLIPS Omeaide Cottages,
Santa Oara. Boa 435. Balboa.
Pheae Pane me 1-1 877. Crista.
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Panama 2-1515,
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable bouses.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
Spend youf week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.'
niences.' conveniences.' .' Moderate prices. The
new management is anxieut to.
serve you!
Sermon Topic Tonight,-7 o'clock
"The Seven Biggest Fools in the
Canal Zone." CHURCH OF ;
CHRIST. 0851 Balboa Road,
Everybody welcome. ; v
WANTED i Child's used tricy.
tie and wagon. Call Balboa 1214.
Help Wanted
WANTED: An experienced
seek with references, very good
salary, j-og, J7th Street.-,
WANTED -Experienced English
speaking maid ta liva in. Must
have reference and health card,
be able to clean thoroughly,
wash and Iran,, do some cooking.
T Saturday iree. Apply Ne. 41,
r Calle 9a., Paitilli, after J p.m.
Sunday.. ''. ,!, ;,
Official Words Get
On Record Quickly
auu mui, a wasnragion reporting
firm which plays a. large part in
putting the government on record,
recently found itself in print.
One of its employes arrived late
at a Senate Subcommittee meeting
chairmanned bv Sen. William T .an.
ger (R-N. D.). Langer found it
necessary to nne tne committee
reoorter 120 for beint! 20 minntAa
late. T.atr ha incArtAit an
count of his action in the Congres
sional necora.
Newspapers offered various rea reasons
sons reasons for the stenotypist's tardi tardiness.
ness. tardiness. Jesse L. Ward said none was
rnrrwt H eairl tha inpMsnt
from an omission in the firm's as assignment
signment assignment sheet
: v i'
. MacArthur Haarirn) ;
Ward told Langer what had hap
pened because he didn't want the
senator to think "we take our re responsibilities
sponsibilities responsibilities lightly."
Ward and Alfred C. Paul, whose
firm prepares the transcript of
President Eisenhower's news con
ferences as well as the records of
manv MneTMsinnal MmmittMi
joined forces nearly &5 years ago
to write the record of th National
Recovery Administration.
This was the "largest ( report
ing) undertaking in history," ac
cording to ward, rne firm put m
more than three years with the
recovery administration. reDorting
on all phases of its work. Some
300,000 pages of transcript were
tne product oi tnis enterprise.
, One of the firm's most extensive
efforts in recent years was the
record of the special closed-door
Senate barings which involved
Gen. Douglas MacArthur after bis
dismissal by President Truman as
Supreme Commander in the Far
East, Ward said.
For Every Committee
In this case, be pointed out
proudly, testimony was recorded,
cleared by a Defense Department
censor, and made available to
newsmen one .hour after it was
given. -"''.., c.
The firm also made the record
of the Pearl Harbor hearings and,
more recently preapred tran
scripts of the segregation and de desegregation
segregation desegregation arguments before the
Supreme Court.
Ward and Paul at one time or
another, "has reported for every
committee of. the House and ien ien-ate."
ate." ien-ate." Ward said.
Ward and Paul turn out about
1,000 pages of transcript daily.
The firm employs 20 typists and
20 stenotypists, the latter all able
to take down 22S words or more per
minute. Two employes are short shorthand
hand shorthand experts but seldom exercise
their skill, because the stenotype
method is used almost exclusively
in the word-recording field today,
Ward, saida I,..,,,,,,.,,....;.



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Husre meters land In Maria En- i TUK KtlN I 4 V
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SEYMOUR, QuarWmasterf USAIWARIB,. presents
certificate of achievement to Bafael D. Pardo M., a civilian
i,h- Sf.WT Section, CorozaL while Capt...
r'-Vf.' let ( theJ3uppi7 Dlvlsioo looks on; The award ;.
TJff m$Jt p8rd0 m rec(nlwi of his "outstanding perform performance
ance performance of duty as property and supply-clerk, StockHDontroI
Branch, during the period of MarcrTlf 1955 throu5 S 1
"' ': ', .1956. (U.S. Army Photo) (-.yvUv: v-.v'".'!"

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TWO EMPLOYES of the Adjutant General Section United
States Army Caribbean, are presented Suggestion Awards cer-'
tificates at arecent award cermeony. Mrs. Donald C. Ames
(right), also received a check for $25. The other recipient,
Mrs. Margaret Small Is a supervisor in the Civilian Personnel
Division. In making the presentation Col. William N. Hornish,
Adjutant General emphasized that Adjutant General Employes
achieved an .unprecedented Incentive Awards Record in the
fiscal year that ended June 30 of only a percentage point or
two les sthan 200. (U.S. Army Photo) :

Cold Medallion for Service re Vouna America, awarded ta President.

Eisenhower by the Ettnevolint and protective Order of Ilka for hie
"faithfulneaa to the Ideals and prinelplea of freedom" It Accepted by
Presidential Secretary Bernlrd M. Shanley, right center, from John L.
Walker, Roanoke, Va, Grarif Exalted Ruler of Elks, at White House
June il. With them are Jeatne LaDuke, Mt Vernon, Ind. and Joe Ed

ward Penderoraft. Joplin, Mo- winners of the annual Elks National

Youth Lcaderahio Contest from a

their awardv-SU00 Sevinn) Janda-irans Bhanlqy, acting ferUie,



field of 65,000 entrants, who received


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Egypt's Nasser, Tito Set Up
Common Foreign
DRIVE -IN Theatre

f ATTRDAY, JVLT 14, 1956







35t. 20c.
In Cinemascope!
- Also: ...-';..:;

vita Burt Lancaster
" ' Also: '.


with Fred MacMurray Dorothy Malone
MTDNITE SHOW! 11:00 p.m.
V with Olynis Johns


- A great release full of terror!
Joff Morrow Rex Reason, Legh Snowden

with Barbara Stanwyck
with Tony Curtis
In ClnemaScope l

Chapters 10-12



- and


BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, July


"Qktyl Ona falsa movt and you'vt had ft."

table Quotable: EREST-- BORG BORG-iNEr
iNEr BORG-iNEr about what that Oscar has
meant to him: "A couple of years
ago' I was looking for ; roles in
Captain t Video snowa 3 and
1 couldn't get 'em."--

PAT TUORISON, atfll a long-hair
holdout (her tresses reach to her
fingertips): "I don't think it would

fte ? vrUnn'H pair. .my,v

'South Pacific' in London lecs
I wouldn't cut my hair- I aont,

think I'll cu
'..v i nn St. Josenh's Hospital

looking ot the anxious faces in the
father? waiting room.
birth of the Janet Leigh-Tony

, "And which one is Mr, Curtis?

''FRED, MacMURRAY, comment comment-;
; comment-; lng on his guest role on George
Gobel's first and last TV shows of
the season: : ,,s
'They call, me George Gohel a

vanki Iinc. r about hiS TV

futurev.'TU never do a TV film
series again aa far as WWJ
vnr irtins it's a differ-

ent matter. I'm better off with

Kleiner's TV Notebook.

Butler Treacher Now Sits At Table;

TV Unveils New Face In McCutcheon


Humphrey Bogart, about Bogart;
the yachtsman: : I
"I don't use a boat to drink on
or. to. chase. dames. oo. I use it to
get away from things.. Hemingway
said that the sea was the last free

place in the, world aDd respect
it and love it."

ER. about a .sexy starlet: "Shei

won t shoulder any responsibility.
Tlie ,jjmj,. ..jut-he 'ey

wears- strapless gowns." .vy ;
ROBIN RAYMOND, about work

ina with one-time calendar girl

Barbara Nichols in a movie: "This
ffirl talks dialog. She's completely

uninhilited in what she says. The
first day I went to lunch with her,
waitresses fainted dead away over

dropped bowls ol cnm. ; i,;
RMARTHA HYER. the doll Hol

lywood's booming as another
Grace Kelly., about whether she

keeps a diary: -i

"Whv should I? The columnists

keep it for me." v .-,
Walter Craie. advertising agent:

Them' no newness or freshness

to relieve the stagnation that
seems to have settled voer rthe

it s enner a siv

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11. it'i monpv we'ra all alter.

And don t let any actor try to tell

you he's in it for the bloody art

of it."

Thus SDake Arthur Trsscher,

the tall Englishman, who quit

uuuing in movies, nccause nouj-

wood quit writing parts lor but butlers.
lers. butlers. And they wouldn't believe he
could do anything else. Now, after

four years-

"Four long years they were. We

left Hollywood, my wue ana i.

and came to flew yore, i aia
some TV here, but the only shows
that paid any money were the
Berle show and things like that

And they only wanted stand-up
comedy. It got to be a bloody

bore after a while.

"Then I saw Charles Lauohton

making a good living by reading
the Bible.-Well, I couldn't very

well do that. Ho, could IT No. But
I could rood P. O. Wodehoute and

that sort of thing. So I got a hit
together and wont Into the lecture
"For-four years Tve been, doing

it. I've been the guest speaker at

annual meetings and dinners and
what have you."' Everywhere it's
the same thing. 'Would you mind
wearing a tuxedo?'. No", I wouldn't
mind. 'Would vou sit at the head

table? I would be delighted. So

we have the hot rolls and the

chicken and the green peas and
apple pie a lav mode, and the
election of new officers and then
the retiring president says a few

sharp words for an hour and then
I'm on and do my piece for an

hour and then a lady witn a now

pr and lona white cloves says,

Would you do me the honor of
coming to -a little parry at my
bouse?' and of course I go and
have a few drinks and then catch

a train to the next one.
"It's a bloodv cood livine.'

But, for the summer, he's off j
the lecture circuit and on the TV
panel circuit. He's sitting; in; on
"Down You Go," which ii on Of

iho eiimmpr inn nn ic-i v. i ir.n....u i....

V'1 ,y.0Ut..0A. gn lTJRuseU' Ky, who started playing,

t""F trumpet, ne piayea weu enougn
nut. For this show I mst come in1,, iT-j e..jj m;r

- 7. : T w tail ntui' 4 jcuut juiiiuui

ron iaiuraays anu uv una. i



McCutcheon plays the unhappy brother of a Utterbug addict.
Once he played the other paper picker for Bert Lahr,

official protege. Bill and his wife,

incidentally, sua live in tne same
apartment that you saw on the
program, but they've bought two
acres in suburban Suffern, N.Y.,
and hope to build a home.

McCutcheon is, a boy from

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Sooth West North East
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4 ) Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead V K

East made nnlv a m.n

,1 A f viuaki UU5-
take ui today's hand, but it was

c.iuugu. oouin naouened

fields between, their two

U (.UP) Presidents Tito of Yu tries

goslavia and, Gamal Abdel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser of Egypt set un a common for

eign policy front yesterday and

wonted out an agenda for their
discussions with the Premier Jaw-

aharlal Nehru of India next week.

It was the first round of a scries

of discussions aimed at forging I

closer link between the three

and establishing them a the lead leaders
ers leaders of the neutral or uncommitted
nations between the eastern and
western blocs. '"" i v

They began in a -spirit of cor.

diality. Yugoslavia, in a 25-mm-ute
ceremony, at City Hall,, gave

warm greeting to Nasser and

made him an honorary -citizen.

i A semi-official .-- announcement

alter their first conference said

the discussion was "cordial, friend

iy una iranx. . .

The announcement said the two

leaders and their aids exchanged
opinions on the international situ

ation, discussed relations between
their two countries and adopted
an agenda for the meeting with
Nehru at Brioni starting next

There will be another -discussion

tomorrow and perhaps; more be

fore Nehru arrives, the statement


At a two-hour lunch at the gov

ernment headquarters afterwards

the two presidents toasted each

other. .. '. ,.

Nasser stressed "our similar ap

proach to foreign policy. The iden

tity of values we hold for preserv
ins international peace and the ii

nity of purpose which we seek for

promoting cooperation among na
tions." v---if -:.'-


Both emphasized that- interna

tionsl peace could be won only on

l?,the basis of "active co-existence,,'
nf tk' .....

famn,, rz"" u,e liue equality ana non-intenerenc

shP'was all thr-R iv' ne among' nations. 'They called 'for
mLwVurLS!L-Blx needed to further close cooperaUon in all

Vest opened the' king of hearts,
and East played the discouraging


' SCIO. Ore. (UP) Local res

idents who have made use of

Bohemian Hall here for several

years probably wouldn't have
danced with 1 such carefree abnn-

.. a Um Uni.riiipv nf its film industry

; 17 J&SP r : : uatlon comed-y" or dramatic on-!

thology that is loistea on every

- the season

'iJ.' hack in the movies

after sUrring as Big D?' J"
Broadway'! ''Cat on a Hot Tm
( RS ii. i : ft., a h o w ..for Ji

.iiii mntin rehearsals I

wasn't tired of playing the part,
hut of going to the theater every
sight. It s not good to tay m any any-thing
thing any-thing too long"- ; : ;r : T;

ein. himself in "The Great

Mm his. first serious role:

was amazed at how I looked. I had
never- seen- myself as I really was.
But here was an old guy with a
. bald head and an ugly kisser. No

wonder 1 had marriage trouoie.

potential sponsor.'

EDDIE CANTOR, about his first
dramatic acting on TV:
"An old' dog CAN learn new
tricks'. ZCi'. -;

Buster Keaton, about his movie
K itr. Frozen Face: "The

late Irving Thalberg insisted that

I smile m a movie once, pu ut

public didn't like u. so uey naa
to reshoot the scene." z;y';..

ERIC JOHNSTON, introducing
Ronald Ragan at a movie ban banquet:
quet: banquet: "One of the worst things I
can do to him is to NOT let him

make a speech."

f 1 1 v ;
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Go' or 'Down You Go or what

ever it is. I make enough to live
and maybe take the wife out for
dinner one or two evenings a
week. It's a perfectly lovely way
of spending the summer, j
Who's Doing What? ' Joan
Caulfiold: For the first time on
TV, she'll appear with her sister,
Betty. The occasion is the Schlitz
Playhouse upcoming show, "The
Bankmouse." Elvis Presley: After

his Steve Allen Show appearanceJ

he was stopped, for an autograpn
by a girl who asked him please to
say on it "To Ann." Presley
stopped. "Sure, Baby, but how do
vmi neU it?" Walt Disney: He

and. his brother, Roy, visited their
home town, Marceune, Mo., over
th Fourth of Julv. to appear at

the dedication of the new Wait

Disney Municipal Farlt. me ies ies-tivities
tivities ies-tivities were filmed and will be

shown on a coming cnapier oi ue

Mickey Mouse Club.

uih wd Murraw'i "Person to

prnn" was vprv voung. it had

one of Its most successful shows

coupling interviews witn Armur
Godfrey (from his palatial Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia estate) and a struggling
young actor named Bill MeCuteh-

oon (from ms one-room uiecu

uHrh vuiaffe ananmenii.

The show, may not have been
much heln to Godfrey, but it was

turnlnff noint for McCutcheon.

"Up to then," he recalls, "I had

10 UKe a lot oi oaa juu w
the money coming m. I sold at

Murv'i and 1 ushered lor ,do,

But after that I kept getting
partsnothing sensational, but I
was called for good shows like
'Studio One' and I worked with
Martin and Lewis and Bert Lahr.
I played the other paper picker in
Bert Labi's wonderful sketch
about paper pickers."
One thing led to another and
currently Bill McCirtcheon is one
of the funnier now faces in Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Sillman'e review, "New Faces
t '. ...

It's nice to know inat murrow
and Jesse Zousmer, one of the co co-producers
producers co-producers of 'Person to Person,"
kent'un an interest In Mc

Cutcheon all this time. They've

sort of adopted mm as an un-

band, but he began doing funny
things' and soon decided his future

was- in comedy. Since "New

Faces" opened he's .been ap approached
proached approached for a possible children's

show, which appeals to him.
But he has a likeably funny

face a sort of a cross between
Alan Young and Mortimer Snerd
and a grim determination. It's

a bara combination to beat.

Dimitri Tiomkin thinks Holly-1


deuce. West shifted to the deuce

siuus, ana aast was allowed
to hold the trick with the queen
East now returned his low club
He should have returnerl th kino

of clubs. East thought it umnlHn't

make such different hut h don or ran Quite so hard in ath

found out how wrong he was le,ic contests had they known
Bixby won the sornnH .inh what was under the1 floor. A case

the ace, led a trump to the jack I0' dynamite enough to blow up
and ruffed a heart. He led anoth-'tne building; was removed recent -er
trump to the queen, and ruffed' from under the building. It ap ap-dummy's
dummy's ap-dummy's last heart. Finally. JPwtjtJr"ii plated there 12
led a low club i years ago after a SciO boy lost a

tast nad to win this trick with
the king of clubs. If East then
returned a heart, South would get
rid of a diamond while1 dummy

""-u, aim u r-ast, instead, re returned
turned returned a diamond, declarer wnulH

win a trick with dummv''hiin

Had East, returned .the' king, of
clUbf) at the third trick West
would have been able to win the


it)A fitsnn i

j II u uuuu
I AtlD

h lriWi" jmj;

hand in an explosion. Deputy
Sheriff Wade CoJHiv said the dyn dynamite
amite dynamite was almost directly under

the stove, r


thitd round of .ciubs' later with

Uie jack. West could then safely
retjirn -- diamond,; and South
would have tov lose "a, diamond
trick. 7

product (ft Gfrced

Arthur Treacher' Joan Caulfleld

wood's ""Alexander the Great" is
a movje milestone. "It shows
Hollywood has calmed down,"
says the movie composer. "In the

old days, they would have caned
it 'Alexander the Stupendous.'

CAS WARFARE A modern military weapon comes to the
Id of an ancient war vessel in Portsmouth. EnglanoV Lord
Nrlson's historic flagship, H.MS. Victory is pumped full of
poison gas and h hull sealed off to kill!i
eating at her timbers. Fumigation by methyl bromide gas ia,
earned out periodically.

Reds, North Korea
Confer To Recall
Foreiqn Troops

LONDON, July 14 (UP) -I
Russia and North Korea today

called for withdrawal ol an for foreign
eign foreign troops from tba Korean
peninsula and an International
conference to work out a "peace "peaceful
ful "peaceful settlement" of. the Korean

Moscow radio reported details
of a communique signed in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow b7 visiting. North Korean
Premier Kim II Bung and Soviet
Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin.
Top Soviet officials, including
President Kllment Vorishilov
and Foreien Minister' Dmitri T

Shepilov attended the signing



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Sunday "KISMET"
Richard Egan ts Rita Moreno


KATUN Sterling Hayden ti Karen Booth
vt "TOP GUN"
kAADHAPITA Robert Taylor '& Kay Kendall
0:15 It 1:25 DURWARD"
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0:15 le 8:10

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FARAISO "In Old Sacramento" It "Rendesvoui With
SANTA CRUZ Spencer Tracy in "Bad Day At Black Rock"
CAMP BIFRD "Lady From Louisiana" & "EL PESO

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l 2

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Two Key Homers Pace
Braves To DoublebUl
Sweep Over Brooklyn



NEW YORK, July 14 (UP) Milwaukee shoul shouldered
dered shouldered its way, back into first place in the National
, League today and the.guy leading the way was big,
jolting Joe Adcock, who bombarded the Dodgers' so
hard it may take them a long time to dig out.

Brooklyn pitchers went sched scheduled
uled scheduled to face Adcock again lor
mors than two weeks but after
the misery he caused them last
night in helping the Braves

sweep- a twl-night doubleheader

8-t and 8-5. they'd be mucn nap

pier 11 they could avoid him the
rest of the season.
Adcock blasted his 14th homer
"of 'the season with one on off
Don Newcombe to cap a six-run
rtlv in the first innlnsr of the

ontner and then' returned to

snfash his 15th homer with the
bases full off Carl Ersklne in

ithe sixth Inning of the night


Something about Brooklyn's!
i i r i.tu ...... thi

best in AdcecK, wno arove in live

of Milwaukee's runs in tne fi

nale. He has hit seven homers
In 13 games against the. Dodgers
this season and the battered
Brooks still remember how he

hammered, four homers and

double in one game against

them on June 31, 1954. -;
Adcock's homer in lasf night's

nightcap equalled his total Ior

, 1955 and wiped out a -i imag imager
er imager lead. Jackie Robinson hom hom-t
t hom-t ered to lie the score at 5-aU
in the eighth but the Braves
won n the bottom of the
i frame when Danny O'Conneli
' hit a sacrifice fly w?U the
. bases fulL. Ernie Johnson was
the winner in the first game
while Lew Burdette gained his
lath victory in the nightcap.

The two victories put the
Braves full game ahead of the
Redlegs, who dropped a 8-4 deci

sion to the Phillies, Len-nanaer
Curt Simmons, aided by home,
runs off the bats of Stan JLopa-J

ta and Granny Hamner, lurviv

ed shaky starts to rpost his

fourth triumph, -'Brooks Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, trying to his 13th straight
victory, gave way for a pinch
hitter In the second inning but
Tom Acker was charged with the
defeat.": -;


way tncanto -ait

Lex Barker ton Chaney, In
"Battle of Chief: rontiac
;? John Treland, ...

Today Df AL JO JO
Triple Program f

Al Dark beat his ex-teammates,
the Giants, for the sec second
ond second straight night when he
cracked out his fourth straight

hit, a double that drove in two

runs in the eighth and gave the

Cardinals a 7-5 victory. on
Thursday night Dark also snap- :
ped a tie by hitting a sacrifice,
fly with the baseg fulL Reliever,
Jack Collum was the winning,
pitcher and Hoy t Wllhelm the j
loser. Bill White homered for
the Giants. -. : ..
Ernie Banks' seventh' inning

1nrla mnnrmii TiAa fnnn -.h rnn

run that gave the Cubs a 7-6 win

over the Pirates. The defeat was

charged to Bob Friend,' who had

homered earlier in the game

Turk Lown picked up the victo

ry m reuer-or warren Hacxer.
The Yankees, threatening to

maxe a runaway ot tne Amen-,
can League race, stretched theii
lead to 8V4 games by routing the
Indians, 10-0, for their seventh
victory in a row.

Tom Sturdivant pitched his

first major league shutout in
limiting the Tribe to two hits
while Moose Skowron drove 'n
the first' four Yankee runs
with a tingle and a homer.
Early Wynn suffered the loss.
The victory was Sturdlvant's
eighth against two losses.
' Jim Piersall provided an 8th

Inning single that scored Mickey

Vernon from second ; base and

led the Red sox to a 8-4 triumph
over the White Sox. Piersall s
blow came off reliever Gerry

Staley but It was Jim Wilson

who suffered the setback. Ike

Delock gained his sixth victory

in a relief role.



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Teams ,.
St. Louis .
New York

: .44

, -.42 ; 35
. .39 -39
. .37 38


l ret
30; .595"

.34 43
.32 42
.30 443


,442 12

.432 .12
:'.4ll 13&


American LCf-ii

: Philadelphia at Cincinnati:
; Brooklyn at Milwaukee
Pittsburgh at Chicago (S),
. New York at St. Louis-

Pittsburgh 310 000 2006 12 0

Chicago 100 400 20x 7 15 1

: Friend (11-8) and Shepard.

i Hacker, Lown (3-3) and Cblti

Teams ''''
New York V,
Chicago ;
Boston ...
Detroit .v
Kansas City 1


26 .675 .
35 45 ItVS
43 .449 18
44 ; .436 IB v
51 .386 23;
49 .372 24

SWIMMING LESSON Mrs. Marilyn Marsh, foreground, demonstrates the proper starting procedure for1 the breast stroke
at the opening session of the Red Cross sponsored beginners' swimming class. Practicing at the Fort Gulicfc pool, the- first
group is oart of 46 Army dependents registered for the 16-hour course. Taking part in the instruction,-left to right, are:
Mrs. Evelyn Wuncy, Mrs. Leno4-e Houser Mrs. Bobbie Fore, Mrs. Ellen Wilson, Mrs..-Annette OiMrleh, Mrs. Shirley Johnston.
Mrs. Maxlne Papuga and Mrs. Agnes Hamby. -. - (US Army Photo)

Rudy Minarcin Hurls
Five-Hit Shutout
Over Virginians

NEW YORK, July 14-(UP)-Rudy
i Minarcin made a new

Rookie Lou- Skizas' first majrr SSSnnSf 5 Jn
league homer highliehted a CtactonM RIe j

three-run first InnlSg rally th:t Si."??? JS?1
proved enough margin twtlSAZiJ
. r-Jtv. n.r uait'-vana earlier this year, notched

Patterson Anxious Ana1 1 Ready

For Moore

September Fight

more. Skizas hit his homer oJf fhi? "in"L 8easo"


rnnnl .Tnhnmn anil iw Wolu inwrnauonai league J) fi

ner Went On to register hi, sev-l, ,JfL '" ivl"h3

nomers to dick wuuams and

George Keib i -:

A flvs-run rally bf.-washine.

ton in the eighth innlnz ston-

pea ueiroit s lour-game win

nlnar streak. 12-11. in a -v camel

marked by the use ot 12 pitchers,'

xne senators usea seven min

ers, the winner being Connie
Grob who made only one pitch
in the eighth Inning. Each side

collected is hits wltn Roy siev

ers homering for Washington

and Frank Boiling lor Detroit.'
Adcock, whose 14th and 15th
homers led Milwaukee to a
pair of victorlei over Brooklyn.


have you heard
V .them?'



piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday argl Saturday
midnlte to 4:30 a.m. in the
alr-condltloned Balboa Bar.

(Nightcap on-the-hpuse at 4:30 ft.mj i
George also i plays the piano
10 p.m. 2 sun. Sun., Tuesn Wed. Thurs.

Ih: PccilicJle2m llavigali:n Company

S.S.. "KENUTA ....



........V.Aug. 3

....Aug. 17

nlVlHl ITlCCaTT BsC11UsTTf A CDS mT VTY Ktwa a V-i t-

U4fwa tiauoaui daiuuvani, otMJX emv raAVA

Y. "REINA DEL PACIFiCO I8,80 Tons) . . .July 28

g.S. "REINA DEL MAR (26,225 Tons,) m v .
f (Alr-Conditloned) f ",.

. . r. a w a a m a ... i


,.v.July 16
... July 23


"LOCH RYAN"..:..

July 27

...Aug. 4



July 28
July 31

All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice

t ACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co. Cristobal teLi' 161S4S
FORD CO rjfi rANAMA Ave. Pera No. S5 Tel. S4Z578
wuxu co. INC. BALBOA Term. Bldg.; TeL 2-19IS V

glnlans. Owen Friend's ninth

homer In the fourth with a
mate aboard, proved the margin
of victory. v t
. The Montreal Royals slipped
oast the idle Toronto Manle

Leafs to regain first place by
downing the last-place Buffalo

Bisons twice, 8-0 and 3-2. Leo

Cristante, with relief help from
Bob Walz. gained the victory in
the opener, while Frank White

was credited with the second
same win. Walz hurled the last
three innings of the n.lghtcap tc

protect wniies victory.

In the only, other action, the
Columbus Jets downed the Mia Miami
mi Miami Marlins, 6-1, behind Glenn
Cox' six-hitter. Rochester at To Toronto
ronto Toronto was postponed because of

rain ana wet grounds.
Sports Shorts

Seven Boats Out In Fourth
,. ...... .... -,
International Marlin :
( d Aiid ailfish Tpurnamenl;

NEW YORK, July 14 (UP)
Young Floyd Patterson says he's
"anxious and ready" to fight Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore in September for the
heavyweight title.
Patterson broke his right hand
five, weeks ago while beating
Tommy ."Hurricane" Jackson
Yesterday, a doctor took off the
cast and told Patterson the
hand is healing rapidly; ..

Patterson said the hand is
swollen and "a, little stiff. But it

uwsjrt nun ac ail.' ne said

"and it's able to bear real hard

Seven boats are out fishing inl Third lAmst sail i?a ihn

the fourth International Marlin caueht hv Pvt.. Riliv NirhnUnn

uua oamisn icurnameni, wiimor Fort Kobbe, s k
more eoine out tomorrow and: Fourth snii i9. )h

Monday, it was announced to- caught by Sgt. L. A. Crawford of Pressure." The doctorbone spe-

aay. ;: I Ft. Clayton. r wsue..-wenger.wjjaid
Prizes are at presently on dls- Largest Dolphin 37 lbs. caueht pattcr5on ready now for. any
play in the window of the by Major James W. Stovall of or. training except punch punch-French
French punch-French Bazaar at Hotel El Pan-!pt Kobbe -rV. jng- H will be ready for full

-v y,-- - 'Training m another two weeks,"

he doctor added. "And then- is

io doubt in my mind he can be

.-eaay ior

ama. They include many sterling

pieces and tropnies donated by

local firms. The tournament will

last until July 30.

According to entries turned in
scores are the following:

Many marlin hooked, but none

caugni except one oi 760 lbs
dlsaualified because it took two

lines. ""

Largest sail in SO lb. class. 122

los. caugnt by Maj. j. w. Sto-

vaii. -

Second largest sail in 50 lb

class, 116 lbs. caught' by K. C
Collins, CWO of Fort Clayton.

Largest sal) In 30-lb. class. 140

lbs. caught by Arturo vial.

Largest sail in 30-lb. class. 121

lbs. caught by Jack Christian

sen of Miami, Fiorina.

WESTBTJRY, N. Y., July 14

tun a nve-year-oid pacer
"Diamond Hal" -'last night won
the $25,000 Pacing Derby at
Roosevelt Raceway in a photo
Diamond Hal .'came "Mm" far

back t.n hpnt "TVitfU'a -Dir-Vt

a head. "Philln Scott" finished1. Largest sail in 20-lb. class, 127

third whilB th fnirnriti. lbs. caught by Velma BurMiart

dlos Harry" broke in the ear!?! Largest sail in 20-lb. class, 123

stages and was nevet aeain in lDS- CAUgat by Aquiuno valiarl

contention.. ,L no.

The Wlnnpr tnrnprt ,th -mlla i -'

and one quarter In two minute?. : Largest sail in 12-ib. class, 105

33 and four tenth secotids. Dio- ibs. caugnt oy jacic cnnstiansen.

Entries Xt High Level For
Table Tennis Tournament

Entries for a forthcoming ta

ble tennis tournament to oe
sponsored by. the. r universal
Sports Corporation at Paraiso
bednnlmr Julv 23. is already a I

mond Hal returned 410.70," $5.00 W amDerjacx. 39 ids !W n ievei; and among- those

and $4.70,; . u, oy.yorge aaiaarnaga a registered to date is George

Second Largest1' Dolphin, f 6
lbs. caught by Capt. Richard C,

Leslie of Fort Kobbe.

Night Game)

'hiladelphla 121 000 Oli-8 II J

;inclnnatl 130 000 000 4 7
Simmons (4-6) and Lopata

Lawrence, Jeffcoat," AckerI-

.), Gross and Burgess, v -.r t
(Night Garner j

New York 301000 100 5 11 .1

St. Louis 101010 22X 7 14 0

Antonelli, Ridzlk, Llttlefield
Wllhelm (l-4), McCaH and Wes Wes-trum,
trum, Wes-trum, Sarnl.

Dickson, Wehmeier, Collum

(4-1), Konstanty and Smith;
(Twilight Game) 'r
Brooklyn ,., 020 040 000 6 10

Milwaukee : 600 000 11x.8 13 '1

Newcombe.j Drysdate, s Leh Lehman,
man, Lehman, Lablne (7-4) and Campa
nella. '.

: Crone, Jolly, Johnson (2-2)

and Rice.

(Night Game)
Milwaukee .....

Brooklyn ......

Chesterfield Plays

Balboa Five Tcirhl

Al PknSna Gyni


a SeDtember bout."

Score for most sailfish caught,"' ryTSR. jL'l"- W'to lrt'plal':witfica

' released hv one nerson in one :


COLON The defendint-

champions Of Rodolfo Tom from

colon will try to remain in the

first division of the- Panama

Basketball League as they play

ine rea-noi uerveza Balboa to

night at the National Gym to

begin the second round. :
At the end of the first round

ralboa and Oallito Clearette;

or released by one person in one
day is a tie between four fish fishermen,
ermen, fishermen, all of whom have the

score of four. These are;. Maj. W.

B. Voortmeyer, Sgt. Nathaniel

Cranford. Pfc. Walter Mulhol

land and Donald M. Griffith


All nartlclpants are being

asked to turn in fish entry cards
as soon as possible to the Rod

and Reel Club at ei Panama.

Photographs of catches will al

so be welcome. ....

Paraiso Sports

Largest dolphin in 50 lb. clas?,1

37 10s. caugnt oy Mai. j. w,


SACRAMENTO. California i-

Governor Goodwin Knight of

uamornia nas suggested that
the University: of California

withdraw from the Pacific Coast;


Knight proposed that the

school form a conference of its

own within the state of Califor




rinrtaH o unfit fn mpAf t.hlt, eitrra.

mir nrt fnnslHpr ramnvnl f Armed i'Orces lnier-roumaH

heavy penalOes imposed fr meni scoro 18 as ""ws.
athletic violations. U.C.L.A., o.j, ... v1 '";, :''';'.-' l-'iuf
Hernia .nH anki..n -.,! h Largest Sailfish. 147 lbs.

caught by Pfo Robert O. Martin

.i . iS !Pnit- rlo vtnn w : ?

ball players. ,- if

Grannum. outstanding perform

er and four-time winner of the

All -Isthmian tournament spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the JWB. ,. li: '::-:'' 1 ;
- Because of the many, young-

mpKa Koua. Klncamar1 ia rA. 1

A J.l.UI. Art lu .l...l"0 w,wuivu a

r.8e","UTi"bJLi cent months, and who have been

... JU. ,.u6.a u, wu.- displaying good form in their

oc"r ',. i dally workouts, .observers, are

. I . ',. i. .. 1 speculatJnar on possible .upsets

Largest aoipmn m u io.ciasF durlntf- the ConducUng of the

i his proposal as schorl "Vi lbs. caught by Ken 0ruSports tourney, what should)
of the P.C.C. con-. r also be taken into consideration

HEW YORK Two club I

Baltimore and Brooklyn add

ed new faces yesterday.! The

Orioles, bought southpaw Morrle

Martin from the White Sox, for

the $10,0OO ; waiver- price. To
make room, Baltimore asked,
waivers on utility lnflelder Bob

by Adams. The Dodgers recalled

shortstop cnico Fernandez from
Montreal to replace the injured

Don zimmer. -.



' Milwaukee


Second Largest Sail, 143 lbs.

is the vast improvement made

by stars like Frank Durham, who

was one ot the big guns in tne
last tournament sponsored by
the JWB few months ago; Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Joseph, a former Isthmian1
kingpin, and a quartet of Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side boys, who -have been
mocking off the best men

caught by M-Sgt.,K. D.,Bergete lr0l,n-i

of Fort Clayton. 4 :,? 'r? ,The t0Urnament committee if
i-i -.-T- v 'nakins it nossible for prosDec-

Conference and Big Ten should lve contestants to practice with
forget about the Rose Bowl foot- Jhe use ot the type balls' to be

oaii game unless tney saia tneir used during tne matches. Ar-

l-'V f.ArflalM .a... l

a .- vw.a.WU W1JC KaillC UlaL. -1 I 1 1 r-

SmXKaiiea- winlonight will create
iffifiiS? ?r.n'.,Ma?3a: second-place tie with the sen-

disc but said lone ln
hospital tomorrow. -He will ron- -

ojnee opening nignt when

these same teams sauared off

and Balboa turned back the Co-

ion cnamps, many fans and even
the players on both side were

anxious to see them .together a-

gain. Many contended that
Chesterfield was not ready, oth

ers mat jaaiDoa improved.
Tonight's game Is as impor important
tant important for Chesterfield aa last Sat

urday's game, since they v must
win to remain in contention and
a possible final series. Tom had
his boys drilling all week and in intends
tends intends to retain the crown. ; ;
Many fans were staying away
from the games, .because they
complained that the games start started
ed started too late. According to Jacobo
"Baby" Salas who was question questioned
ed questioned on the matter, all games are
being started on time,
In ttie women's division to tonight,
night, tonight, the canal Zone Dollies;
will go against hard playinj
Phillip Morris, The C.Z. Dollier
is a team comprised mainly of
voung women from the neigh neighboring
boring neighboring C.Z.- townsltes. Among
them are Nancy Kariger, LOulse
Edmonson, Edna Lang, Jeanette

uKxnan, Mary Lou Alien and

Ann Thomas. This team is

coached and managed by Orlan
do Checa.

tinue to get treatment.

Nashua Favorile
To Cop $lC3fD

Monntoulh Handicap

OCEANPORT, July 14 -(UP)-r-Nashua.
the World IpoH.

lng money -wlnninv thnrnmrh.

bred, rules a heavy favorite to

aaa w "tne pile" today against
a mediocre field of nine in the

iir running or xne $100,000 add added
ed added Monmouth Handicap.
i The well-built win Af n.mL

lah, with $1,158,765 already in

wib oana, won nis last start, the
Suburban Handlcan. with hllnit.

ers on for the first time and he
will have them oiv again today
He carries top -weight, of 129

pounas in tne mile, and one
quarter event and will be con

ceding from 18 to 24 pounds to
his rivals.'. -.V ix ,.-;. :; .ri .v-

A crowd of more than 40.000 Is

expected at Monmouth Parkr tc

see snua taxe on impasse, 109:
Mr. Fleet, 108; Cedar Hill, 107;
Manotlck lu; Miclleux, 107;
Cavort, 108; Flying Chief, 107,
and Seven Chances, 105.
Nashua has won before undei
129 pounds, but twice has been
beaten under 130. He carried
129 pounds-to victory when he
surpassed Citation's all time
money winning record In the
Camden Handlcan at Garden

State Park. However,-he failed

miserably in both the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan and Carter Handicaps under
one more nound. As usual. Fd-

die Arcaro wm have the mount

. ,', : ." n f ;' ''


"!: TODAY'S GAMES V V-Detroit
Detroit V-Detroit at Washington
- Kansas City at BalUraore
Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Boston

cnicago 101 200 0004 8 0
Boston 000 003 02x-5 7t 3
Wilson (11-8), Staley, Dono Donovan
van Donovan and Lollar. 1
Brewer, Delock (6-5) and


(Night Game) :r

Cleveland 000 000 000 Oil

New York 100 003 51x-10 15 n

i Wyhn (11-4), Mossl, McLlsh
and Hegan.' ; : f
.Sturdivant'' (8-2) t and "Berra.
(Night Game) -

Kansas City 300 000 0003 : T C
Baltimore 100000 0102 10 3

Kellner s (7-3) and Thompson
, Johnson (3-5), Loes and Smith.
(Night Game) -

Detroit 211 020 050-11 '11 e

Washington 023 000 250-i-li-13 ,)K
-vFoytackr ''Aber, vM S s tersoa
Gromek, MaaM0-6) and Hocst
Wilson -.

Ramos. Stewart .stone rh :

kales, Byerly, Grob (4-5), Stobbi

nu aoeroeret, uourtney.

In The i Majors.

.(Based on mV:Val'i 1


Msyer and Club g i i M

caiiey, cmci. 59 186 31 82 .ass

Repulski, St. L. 49 176 26 87 .326

Boyer. St. L 78 314 57 100 JU
Aaron MIL 72 277 45 87 J14
MuslaJ, St L. 78 293 44 92 314


Mantle, N. Y. 76 283 72 105 J71
Maxwell, Det. t 69 227 SI 81 J57
Kuennr Det. ;70 265 40 94 .358
Skowron, N. Y. 62 205 31 68 32
Kell, BalU." ; 61 213 25 70 .329

f--.i ii -Vl tCU I
Mantle,' Yanks 29
; Kluszewskl, Redlegs ... 22 -Banks,-Cubs
............. 22
Boyer, Cards ...... .,.. 20
Snider, Dodgers ......... 19
Bauer, Yanks ., ,19
Wertz, Indians .......... 19
Mantle," Yanks -73 ''
Muslal, Cards ............ 64
Boyer, Cards 62
Wertz, Indians ....... 61
Simpson, Athletics ...,. 61 ,
: J- 'I RUNS
1 Mantle. Yanks 72
Yost, Senators 8 ... ; . i 61
-Robinson, Redlegs ...... 58 V
iBoyer, Cards ............ 57
Lopez. Athletics ......... 56


Mantle, Yanks--.. v.l05
Boyer, Cards 100
Ashburn, Phils 95 j
Kuenn, Tigers 94
Six tied with 92) .


.'(Based on S Decl&'ons) -W
L Pet

Lawrence, Redlegs .13
Pierce, white Sox ....13
Sturdlvant, Yanks ... 8
Brewer, Red Sox ....It
Kucks, Yanks ....... 12


Kacf taemi .. ,; tiaa kan Am iiVV,

abv Lccuiio. '. ikiiiaCiiicuuf uavo uccu lu .a a.

: Halfback Vic Janowlcz has offer eight tables for practice in Si".JP Pr?7a-Ct?.r

signed again with the Washing, the Paraiso : gymnasium .eachl"?-""

SSh?H 1 fim-. f fPmfti."ninv Kram. according to the Amerfcan
baseball...- a strong field of female play- r. Atmnanv. ranm av.hHna

Ken Rosewafl of Australia bert

California j Herbie Flam in

.B.-.wvU -..v. ..., a iaieiy program mat has re re-an
an re-an be seen displaying then hiipaiI tha in.M.n-.i t

manager straight sets to win the Baastad vars durln? Workout KMiinns!

Charlie Grimm says he's consid-j Tennis Tournament In Sweden., n Paraiso each afterpbon. The min hours worked in 1947 to 4 8
erimr "three or four" baseba! I Rrltish tennis nlaver Mike Da- 'roim nf airls tnrinria wimax-. kkk k. .'.

... . ... . . t 1 K A.a, Qlino Ui6 XU1CIII.U U1C
jobs, "but not with the BravesTjvies upset WlmbU-u champion Stewart, Leona Lyder, Caro. major share of the credit in pro pro-California
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Moor was never much of a hand

for sitting around and twiddling

hit thumbs when he was younger,

stronger ana, u mat were possiuie,

gayer, j x ::"A. r' '-J.v

And now that time is running

out on him, Old Archie, 9 going
on 42. isn't sitting around waiting

for the metacarpal bone in the
back of young Jloyd Patterson's

hand to heal. .

Moore out the breath of life back

into the dying beak busting busi

ness last summer by knocking out
Bobo Olson and giving Rocky A!ar A!ar-ciano
ciano A!ar-ciano scare and the richest gate

of bis career.

Now the ancient elove gypsy Is

slirrini ud some excitement in

Canada bv- eneaeme James J

Parker in a scheduled 15-rounder

advertised as beinc for the world

heavyweight championship at the

napie iai easeoau Diauiura in

Toronto, July .

J. J. Parker


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ON THE BALL .Members of the Ladi-A's check the desicn and craftsmanship of the Ath

leticn' shirt, modeled by Mrs. Freda Vietor. The first woman ever hired by a major league
" baseball organization as a full-time public relations. expert, Mrs. Vietor lectures and otherwise
' helps the Kansas City club build a strong backing of women fans.

: i

' Archie Moore

In 20 years of campalgnln?.
Moore has never had to be urged

to fight anybody, so when David

Rush,' a mining promoter, guar-


4 West coast bu is that the out

anteed him $40,000 to square off come of the state's investigation of

.. .-ii....l..l. mrm all afOr. OB July itt

nragini .Jt J. Parker, Zlht

ho 1ts claim to the MlfaZi Rocky Mar Mar-,,n.
,,n. Mar-,,n. lrl Walls has relinquished : that tiU f
kno, has gone into perhaps definite retoeme q i
i nrdinarilv a. bout between Moore and ParKei wouia
UuW&teU outside of Canada as a

However. Moore now to betaff hailed ai tJWnwWn
vmin -nf the world. The cognoscenti believe au ArcniDBia
with Floyd Patterson, whom he may. . or may act nc01
I here in September, PW StffttS

acauislUve financial impulses of the moment. fl
Bl,uuio.j.i Archie has chosen to ro after the iw.oiw. wun
a 5 wrfeM oyf the gate optloh. In Toronto, evoking memories
if thread and sour experiences of other ring heroes of m
Sst TakinK Parker lor a sucier, Moore could wind up being

tne ucer nuuBcu. .,;..-(.
;nwhpnlve'ilm Norria tried desperately to talk Moore
nt f thSS aftaL?. but AtSbald would not listen, plead plead-W
W plead-W unSrtStJ M Stoe fail light with Patterson.

The nricea are 13. $. $12 and

$20. If they all come, the gate
rnuM total as much as $150,000,

which would be the biggest in the

one of the classic examples of the hazards of taking ring
opponent for a aucker wW be found !n the gay annals of the
year 1M.-;
ai MpCov left-handed, awkward, not too highly rated local
middYewllghJwas ma& with Joe Chip, brother .Oeww,
wSi?ffpillSrt division, at the Broadway Sporting ; Club
in Brooklyn.- ; t V' v "::
in toot- sick so George volunteered to till the, date and
pick up TutSttm moiey. The, hompionship became Mc
nnv-a-as early as the ..first round. ';WC:-i:'r..ilxy

- i- . tn.iankln referee, also figured In 'one. of these nightsT but unless
: : EbGidfe."Sw,rrtuP In im, .this happens, July 25, he should

aa eattef au te ; furor. Offered a match with a cony
Sf 1 A to thi first. Haw an hour later they carried

Goldstein out n me rug.

California boxing will sweep all

three principals involved iia Fla

herty, Babe McCoy and Jimmy
Murray out of the picture.

Chris Oundee has been prom promised
ised promised a TV fight show out of Ha Havana
vana Havana when the Palais das Sports
seating 11,000 open in the Cuban

city in November.

It's still a mystery to Charley

Grimm how Shortstop Harvey

Kuenn. a local boy. escaped the

clutcbes ol tne Milwaukee ciud.

because he was already on to the

kid back when the Braves were

Brewers. . and business manag

er Red Smith .was a pal of the

baseball coach at Wisconsin, where

Harvey started attracting atten attention.
tion. attention. .'.m

Del Crandalrs greatest admir admirer
er admirer as a leader on the field is
fellow catcher Bill Sarni ef the
Gitnt. ;;.-.'.;
'. Charlev Peete.' Omaha outfield'

ec: threatening to lead the Ameri

can Association in batting, was

signed to his first baseball con

tract by i ranit Lawrence, tn

Portsmouth, va.. banner wno s su
in? the ma tors for ruining the mi

nors. ana wny Lawrence f

teems Charley's daddy was so

a-rateful for a loan advanced him

bv the bank that he wanted his

nn to mav oaseDau ior its presi

dent, who owned the Portsmouth

club of the Piedmont League, .
Freddie,. Hutchinson, who
Jiaincd a reputation for blow blow-ng
ng blow-ng his tap at umpires when he
was in the American League,
shews full signs of erupting as a
National Leaguer, tee. f .

Look for the contrasting white
trunks worn by boxers to go when
ninr TV hprnmes rjrevalent. .

because until the cathode tube
took over boxing they'd been out outlawed
lawed outlawed for many years by the late
William Muldoon, chairman of the
New York commission . ; in fa favor
vor favor of purple trunks which didnt
display blood so gorily. -.
. K mil kit i.

yJSSllffiJS .pre ...Fourth of July..

i ,i,b. Tool Barra cut a nwi

with Parker, the antiquated an

nihilator came a runnin.' For that
kind of dough, the geezer would
wade into the entire Oklahoma
football squad in a battle royal
Rush,' 44, get lucky in mining
stocks. When this newest prize
fight angel bought the. homegrown

Parker's contract from Bill Daly,
he was unable to locate! a Canadian
promoter who could land satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory opponents for his six-foot
three-inch, 210-pound tiger.

The story is that during Rush's
many trips to the States, when

ever he'd announce himself as a
Canadian, Americans would, im-

er Toronto. So, he decided that

he'd give the home-grown. Parker

a real chance, ana, at tne same

time, let people on this siae ot tne
border know that Canada is not a

'Anyway,' Rush' U scarely pfttcfi pfttcfi-ine
ine pfttcfi-ine pennies putting on what, he

ssys is his first and last fight pro promotion.
motion. promotion. Jack Solomons, the Lon

don promoter, flew in for window

dressing, etc. The training, camps
are located at posh resort hotels,

20 miles apart 100 miles north of

Toronto Moore at Tne uatewny,

Gravenhurst, and Parker at Mus

koka Lodge, port Sydney.

Tha taa tariff. $20. is a bit high

for Toronto, or any other town.

especially when rag-wise citizens
are not over-sold on Parker .and
don't take the world heavyweight

championship tag too seriously.

But Rush figures that there are
enough uranium, copper and oil
nneratnrs and other good sports

around to gobble up the higher-

priced seats


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Little League



Dog Editor

owners of some breeds may enjoy
is that the coat texture of theif
dogs is such that it catcnes the
falling hair and holds it until he
dog is thoroughly brushed out.

This season of the year is a' The poodle is the most notable

rough one, especially to -the own- of these breeds. Some of the
ers of rough-coated dogs. Uiis is sheepdogs such as the puii and ko-

the shedding season. The old hairs monaor accumulate coats oi aeaa
fall out in nreoaration for the new hair and dirt. Some1 of the ter-.

coat.' To merely pat a dog is to riers, too, scatter their hair les
scatter hairs far and wife unless than most. The Belington, Kerry,
the dog is favored with regular blue and Dandie Dinmont are ex
grooming. ,v X' .. jamples. p,"

This is the season that makes uttte can oe saia ior tne ira-
folks ask, "Is there a breed that provement of the odor of rlost-

doesn't -shed?", and who can mat are not groomea, regaraie.r
blame them when rues'and pillows of the nuisance -value of theii"

and clothes re mule evidence .of coat A dog that aj not. been
the breed of dog that lives in the brushed r bathed with some r?g-
household? ; ; 1 - f lularily is pretty hard to live wilm-?

Some owner tolerate a coat an! Add the condition Of the dog i

loose it will make a visitor's Sun- skin to loose hair and disagreea'?
day suit look like a motheatcn m-r- ble odor and you should have tea..;
vival- of raccoon coat days, this sons enough to persuade anyone to

is no key to popularity nor will 'give His dog a going over at leas.;",
it make the visitor, any fonder of once a week. r ;i ,iu
the family pete v The three minutea thus spent:;
Speaking of breeds that do not will pay satisfying -f dividends in
shed, there are non Shedding ks pleasanter associations with youfw
a -canine characteristic possexserl dog and your' other friends. -.4,
of every breed. The only solace (Distributed by NEA Service)

No: 2


The Isthmian Little League

Association in another .regular

meeting held at the scout cen center
ter center in La Boca last Monday
nieht with vice-president A

Dorville presiding, continued to


Written for NEA 'Service

ent Dauthuille and Johnny Greco,

welterweights, in Montreal in l
Archie Moore flaures to fall a

part just like the one-hoss shay

Andhow alwut the unhappy

IS U he beat Bruce Woodcock, British titleholder, in London.
Baksi belted nim out In seven heata.
-Come home it once" Mike Jacobcabled -tMt-.
Baksl had t -sucker" waiting in Stocknolm, one OUe Tandberg,
who eventually turned out to be nothing. Baksi lost a 10 10-round
round 10-round decision, plus Vat chance with Louis. .1 ; t
- then there vas Johnny Dundee. In January. 1917, Johnny
at the peak of a remarkable career, took a patrotuztag attitude
toward a tyro named WUUe Jackson, m PhUadelphi ndee
had a crowd-convulsing habit of bouncing off the ropei. He
bounced in the first round, Willie tagged him, and that was
that. ? -rn:irf,: ',r;: l-.v; -y-rx
There are some very intriguing facets to the Toronto pro pro-mot
mot pro-mot For-one thing? it is being backed by Daw Rush, Do Do-minion
minion Do-minion industrialist, who has doubh interest in the fight.
bTS part Towner of pker. fKush paid $20,000 to Pete I)aly
for rooUng interest in J. J. U U doubtful Parker has earned
20 grand in hia entire career. , ',.'

The nromction has gathered together some of the craftiest
elderAtatemM of the fight racket. Un Addition to Paly, there

Is Charley jonnswa, rawici jiw"" .
- Ceoperatlng as promoters for Rah are Jack Kearns and
resourceful Andy Niederreiter, long experienced in fisMe bally-
boo,, j

. cvtf .tai-t.rt nut nn ranch in west Canada, hut finding

the pickings lean, shifted to Paterson, where he was introducea
into the high social circles in which Daly operated. More re recently
cently recently it became flstlcaUy expedient for Parker to revert to his

Dominion auuiaiwns.;'y;vr:: V: '-"'::'
" Canada lias contributed one outstanding heavyweight. Tom Tommy
my Tommy Bums, born Noah Brosso, who was, or wasnt. heavywSh
champion according to how yau look at the situation whicr
developed from Jim Jeffries; retirement
4 Howiver. the Dominion perhaps has not had a heavyweigh
match comparable to the coming one between Moore and the
"Sucker." :

dispose of James J P.arker much

as ne pieasemA.?
Then the old pappy guy will be
ready for Floyd Patterson or any anyone
one anyone else who stands between him

and the heavyweight champion

ship which, with Rocky Marciano

retired, be so ricwy deserves.

for Spalding en the art of hitting
as the Yankee catcher practices
it. . ---''-

Wonder why the Yankees are
perennially strong . A recent
issue of the Sporting News, base

ball paper, carriea tnree stones
on outstanding minor leaguers in

f ,a


34 Years in National Leagut
Written for NEA Service

QUESTION: With a runner i m

second base the batter hits a fly
to the outfield. The runner rolunds
third base. Then thinking that the

ball will be caught, he returns to toward
ward toward second base, but fails to re retouch
touch retouch third. The ball is not caught
and the runner scores.. The de

fensive team throws the ball to

third base, claiming the runner is
out. Does the run count Geroge

Palmsteer. j

Answer: No. Any major league
umpire would call the runner eut
tor not touching third best both
ways. .. .;;,;.,.,l5.,;,t,:;. .'

Q. X runner going from second
ht third base unintentionally banes

into the shortstop; who is fielding
the grounder. What happens Lou

Whitman. 1. t
, A. The runner automatical automatically
ly automatically out.

Q. How many people paid to sec

minor league DaseDau last sea
,on Kenneth Griffith.
A. 1(M2,25 in 33 leagues.


" Harvey Kaenn

the American Association, Inter International
national International League and Southern As Association,1
sociation,1 Association,1 vend all taDoen to be

Yankee farmhands. ,V; '
Red Grange will telecasl the
collegiate game-of-the week a a-gain
gain a-gain on TV this year. . stick
only to exporting and leave the
description of the bands, of., to
'others. ''

The All-Star second baseman of

me iteas, Johnny Temple, comes
from Reed's Crossroads, N. C. .

where, says Johnny, "the big deal
on Saturday night is for the folks
man, is showing new signs of vita

lity uus season because two years
of special, exercises have finally
brought back the depth perception
he lost flying in Korea. .
, There's at least one Califor Califor-nian
nian Califor-nian who wouldn't go for "Flori "Florida
da "Florida tennis" an abridged version
for old folks on a smaller court
. San Francisco's Eli Bather
keeps in shape with two er three
atrong sessions week at 121...

- Between you'n'me, the 0 n I y
sports even the "butchers"-(ven

dors) will stop to watch at Madi

son bquare Garden are the fights.
Gets Time Off
For Good Behavior


Middleton, the Detroit end, has

signed a unique contract.
A medical student under the U

niversitv of Tennessee system at
Memphis, Middleton is required to
be in classrooms until three days

before the Lions open their season

with Green Bay late in Septem

ber. Butddy Parker is allowing

him to stay, in school.
Coach Parker's leeway Is
prompted by Middleton's cam

paign as a recruit last fail. The
Auburn graduate set a team re receiving
ceiving receiving record for rookies with 44
catches and was third in rushing,
although he appeared in only five
gamei as a halfback.

A man will put on his golf shoes,
ma (n filvt la. n H

make plans for the coming ftiTpfiytar v7V""i
on. . Thun he'll iome back and moan

C anntf nr Aval wAAttluArl 4vAm 'about his scoring,. or rather lack

-nvjVfibg wwi v ivbbtivu a, win , -.-,'.,
the committees on sponsorship.01''..,. i h
oerhans.iif he would spend a lit-

expenencea nu in cumui huu f, ti" n1.n.Pinff himself.

with Little League regulations, ":; aZu ,in" .nnd 10

.,., .fh.l n.lll K. moIn ;"' B,w.- -I

"'w ."" .". t. m mites on the DiittiiiH green De-

have the six warns puttdpaunc; fore a ,
in the league sponsored by thfe practice would sharpen them
league Itself. ; ; , (considerably. .
Manv resist proper instruction

On the recomnieiiuuiion OI R. u n Br vtr inrnme taxes.

Prince, chairman of the finance Tnere ,,re wmething like five mil mil-committee,
committee, mil-committee, a proeram was drawn uon goifers today. I'll bet that no
up for a series of activities to be more tnan 20 per cent of them
held throughout the local-rate take instruction properly. Oh,
towns ior the purpose of raising they'll go to a pro. Sure they will.
funds.r I But they wont, listen. They, still

Listed on the program of ac- want. to-play, it their way

tivities are dances, nieht of fun And that leads to bad scores.


and talent shows. Other actlvi

ties which reoulre the approval

of the authorities are being in

vestigated. ; .v "; a ...

Other matters discussed at th

meeting was the possibility1 of
acquiring a lot of land for a
Little Leas-ue nark.

The committee in charge of
the present drive is composed of

C. Burgess, cnairman; i. urnni

R. Prince, J, French, C. Lashley
E. Shaw, T. Sawyers, C. Bovell

C. Daniels, A. Savory,-and C.

The treasurer. D. Farrell, re

ported that the membership
ouotas are almost paid up, and
that a reauest for the printing

of identification cards will be

made at the next meeting.

Another meeting is scheduled

for Monday at the Persian
meeting-room commencing at 7

p.m. Reports from the commit
tees on screening and constitu

tion are anticipated.

1 1 1 .-..'


Two bandits who smashed a jew

elry store window and fled with
rimrs and watches didn't get far.

They were captured at once by

two policemen wno naa oeen
parked only 10 feet away.

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? I j -f2t i Uit YEAR ... St PANAMA. K. Pi SATURDAY, JULY 14, JU5ft , nTI CEXTS
i ; :;1n.3 RadfordSdYiPyelopment of Advance

mr? wfINBErSeR FACES HER TORMENTORS Mjrs. Morris Weinberger arrives at the Rldgewood Felony Court In New,
I with 'cietecUve Frank Stciner (right), to make formal complaint against Robert Oiebler (left) and .Thomas Rowell.
tnVmSSta taxVtM hearlne on charges of extortion and givins false information to police in
5 connection with the kidnaping of Mrs., Weinberger's infant son, Peter. '

Cops Drop Curtain On
As Grieving Mother

i ESTBURY, N.Y.1' July. 1 (UP)
J-Mrs. Beatrice Weinberger m e t
last nignt wiin umaenmieu
or FBI officers for about one hour
. ;n the kidnaping Daoy son, reier.
" tne grieving mother was driven
in a police squad car to j pic
it Ninm rountv Police head
q-iarters shortly before midnight.
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She conferred with the unidenti.

ficd officers for about
was driven away from the a t a-
tion, returned for a few minutes
in the police Vehicle and then was
taken home. ,v;
FBI agents, who entered the in
vestigation Wednesday, werei
known to bs rechecking and study-
July 4th abduction from nis car-i
riage on the patio of the Weinber
ger home.
Nassau coilntrypolice also drop
ped a curtain on their movements.
We are engagea :Fh
.;! incnsMnr Stiivvosant

ruiiiBu, "imunists admitted yesterday that

lUttsattii I niAT nr iisrvr.."
"W will make no further an
nouncements, nor will we answer
further Questions regarding the
case untu 'mere is a posiuve ue-
The family clung to the hope
yesterday that the kidnaper would
return their baby. But a relative
Coffee Drinkers
Advised To Stop
To Curb Prices
NEW YORK, July 14 (UP)-Cof-fee
drinkers were advised yester yesterday
day yesterday to "stop drinking coffee1 as
the best-method to curb soaring
coffee prices.' The advice came
from-the president of a New. York
coffee processing company.

wuuara .jj t a ck president ot demand higher wages and cheap cheap-Chock
Chock cheap-Chock FuH O'Ktsi Coffee Corp.,1 er textile goods prices.
said prlcM. higher f now than at, The newsoaoer oublished warn

any time since the 1954 peak,
uon i accurately
and demand.
reflect aupply
'There: M f thing w fcan do
idoui u,' except to aioparinituig
coffee," he said.
"All the South American coun countries
tries countries have to do is hold back their
supplies, and we have to pay what
ever they ask through the nose,"
mack said. --
Juliann STORY-Juliann Cooper, 6, "sponges
on Mother Nature for the tray
fut pf delicacies on her lap. The
sponge-like objects are morel
mushrooms, prized by mush mushroom
room mushroom fanciers for their delicate,
nutlike flavor. Moral to this
morel story: If you're a city
dweller, don't acquire a taste
for morels they bring several
dollars a plateful la'Ne York
City restaurants.. ': if -fi

Weinberger Kidnap Case
Detectives Hold Parley

admitted "every avenue we can

hour,,ihink of has been exhausted.

David Hollman, an uncle of
Mrs. Beatrice Weinberger and for.i
mer Nassau County Assistant Dis District
trict District Attorney, said he believed
fear was the principal reason why
the kidnaper makes no attempt to
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Protest More Work-Less Pay

RKRUW. Oerm n. Jul v 14
(Uf) ioviet zone German com-
. ... .
they too are facing increasing lab
or discontents It was the latest re
port' of worker protests against
more work and less pay oenina tne
Iron Curtain.
It followed a report by Budapest
radio that workers in Communist
Hungary have protested against
'incomprehensible pay deductions'
by the government and demand
ad better, working conditions.''
Both were similar to protests
that foreshadowed the worker re
volt in Poznan, Poland June 28.
Communist government officials
and the press in Hungary warned
the workers not to show their
"impatience" and promised "ap
propriate government measures,
But the promise Nwas coupled
with a warning for the workers
not to try to pull a Poznan-style
uprising; The Communist news
paper "szabad Nep" in Prague
said it referred particularly to the
big textile factory at Ksipest
where workers held a meeting to
lings from Sandor Ronai, president
Ilia i.lii !!
U3 AUIfiQniieS
Give Half Squadron
To Libyan Army
TRIPOLI. Libya. July 14 (UP)

-American authoriUes today conditions, ine iaci mat tne un unhanded
handed unhanded over half an -: armored ion supported the worker protesU

handed over half an armored
squadron to the Libyan 'army as
part of a joint Anglo-American ef effort
fort effort to bolster the, Libyan forc forces.
es. forces. ;" ,' .'.' '-f,' sr i 4-' '-r :
The handover took plate in Tri
poli's main, square where Ameri American
can American halftracks .weapons-carriers
and other, vehicles were lined up
beside armored, cars furnished by
The -British contribution; w a s
rhade Fed.-,l---,..w.-;.i' "J.
Libyan Premier Vustaf a Ben

Halim thanked the American andidered. It was badge 714, the

British 4 Governmlents for their
gift which, he said, was madej
without .-, strmgs or coaditions t

Rehearsdlsf Be0 Shops, New Shoes Make

LONG BEACH, Calif., July 14 14-(UP)
(UP) 14-(UP) The Miss Universe beau beauty
ty beauty contest candidates got away for
it all last nightabout 500. yards
away aboard a motor launch
cruising Long Beach Harbor.
Throughout their little journey the
tinsel and bunting bedecked muni municipal
cipal municipal auditorium loomed on the
RohinrT them lav a busy-day of
shopping instructions and girdingi
themselves for the beauty battles
th.t i ahead :
Yesterday opened with re-
hearsal for the lavish stage spec-
taculares that will be presented
each night next week. Following
thi there was an instruction ne
rind when the eirls found what
thev could do and what they could
not do as the contest progresses.

collect the ransom and return the

"We don't think it's a case of
money now," Hollman said. "I am
airAio apprenension and fear on
the part of the kidnaper will keep
him hiding. If any contact is made
now; it will be made indirectly.'
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' I ra v v
Labor Discontent;
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f th UiitiDarlifi P.rli.mont .ml
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several cabinet minutert and Pni.
ltouro members.
. ..
East German reds admitted the
situation was worse than that in
their country, t- ;J t
" Ottr) Lehman, secretary of the
East German Trade Union Feder
ation, said workers "rejected"
new production quotas that called
for more work for less pay.
The Communist union support
ed the rejection but there were
signs the unrest was growing be-
yond its reach. The Communist
arty mouthpiece Neues Deutscb
land said that in some factories
"enemy elements are spreading
conceptions directed, against the
workers' interests."
East German' Deputy Premier
Fred Oelssner said today brown
coat production is so bad that re
serves shrank from a 190-day sup
ply in 1853 to a 120-day aupply
Neues Deutschland warned work workers;
ers; workers; not to get carried away by
l the Staun-denunciation campaign
in voicing tneir criticism.
Lehman, in an article in the
trade union newspaper "Ttribune,"
said a speedup in violation
of government, party and union
directives had been ordered in
"some' government-owned facto-
ries. He blamed it on the factory
The union yesterday indicated
workers were engaging in slow
downs because of poor working
f.l rri l 4.1 a. a i
was seen as a sign the East Ger
man Communists fear a Poznan-
type revolt. r-.r
When. Oscar Donahue turned
in his badge yesterday f era ser
eeanfs badge about 25 other of
fleers scrambled for the shiny
Insignia which Donahue surrch-
number made lamous by bgt
Friday : on the TV program
"Pragnet."; v ?.'
This' session lasted until noon,
In .the afternoon such late arm-
int contestants as Miss Peru, who.
flew in at 3 a.m. registred. was
fitted for awin suits and posed for
official pictures. f
Most of the other gins went to
beauty parlors or went shopping
fnr lonvpnirs to take back home,
4 nddlv- nmi0h. most of the eirls
returned with new shoes.,
. v ; v" V; i y J
"We want to look American!.,
said Miss France. Anita Trevens.
of Paris, holding up pink pumpa
and smiling. Miss trance s pur-
1 chaSe reflected an attitude of ma-
ny girls that the shoes brought
i from their own countries, for some
utranee reason did not seem rieht
for the judging. h
I Today promises to bs one of the.


Afm Arthur w.- Radford, chair-1
mn of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.!
said yesterday the development of
advanced weapons i'ultimately'
may ; maite possime, a mimy
manpower. cut. v I, V v. j
He refused to confirm or, deny
Npw York Times disDatch from
Washington that Radford has pro-
nocsH n Mwnna man cut in th e
Armv. Naw and Air Force by,
1960. He indicated m nas reacnea
no firm conclusion. o
it lrirnMt- liowever. that
th Defense Deoartment has laid
down soalled budgetary "guide
lines" for the 1958 fiscal' y ear
that call for a 500,000 man, reduc
tion in the present 2,850,ooo man manpower
power manpower level by mid-1958.
informed sources saia uiai un
der- these ''guide lines" target
figures to help budget
Society Id Come i
Into Being Here:
Tv,..ioh th initiative of Dr: Ho-
racio Conte Mendoza, professor of
obstetrics and gynecology at the
University of Panama,, whovstudv
ed medicine at St. Bartholomew I
Hor.ital. London, the British Am-l'
bassador and a group of promi.
iwnt Panamanians who had also
studied or resided in Britain, met
at the Union Club last Marcn ib
nrHor to itudv ways of fostering
frinHshiD and nromoting cultural
and scientific exchangea between
Panama and. Britain. ; -vtr,
a an outcome of this meetim
it was resolved to form the Anglo Anglo-Panamaniaa
Panamaniaa Anglo-Panamaniaa Society to revive th
spirit of the "Panama Friends of
Britain Society", which was orga organized
nized organized during the last war to help
Britain in its hour ot neea.. ,;
A provisional committee w a s
formed consisting ot:
nr Horacio Conte-Mendoza, Dr
Daniel Chanis, Jr., ur. warmoo?
Arias, Dr. Santiago Barraza
to EiMiiaaa M rr T a ir
ich fmhlltv
.,The committele has decided to
tali 'a Joiht' tteettng at the Casa
i.pnnHiita on Aut. 3. at I P.m.
to. bring the Anglo-Panamanian So Society
ciety Society into being. The society will
be open to all friends of Britain
in Panama, -ana w an wmM,f
Thmse Interested in the founding

ions,' itoango """vDoiitical returns in their drive to Vrnwer almost evervthini he ask- Va.), Spessard L. Holland (D-Fia!

Gnardiaj and b aw. a raDWCtnte the Middle East.; j t-d fr in the wav of restoring Earle C. Clements (D-Ky,), Lyn

, first secretary oi tne on. sh.niiov wa. .id to have dis- um.M'.,rf.. in th. nrnn-am idon B.' Johnson fD-Tex.. Bndsf

of the Anglo-Panamanian SKetT0v-Nasser uik,,

meet'ng und are asked to get in
touch as soon as possible with one
of the members of the committee
are mvnea i iou
or with any of tne touowiogw
rr Feline Juan Escobar, Adoi
fo Quelquejeu, Df. Adolf Alias
Paredes, canos a. wpi
Dr: Teodoro Anas, J""r
Miro, Lisandre i. bopea vaici
and Camilo Quelquejeu.
Ex-Pres. Truman'
Unable To Attend
Dinner For Ceorge
Former President Truman is una
ble to attend an "Appreciation
Dinner" Julv 19 honoring Sen.
Walter S. George (D-Ga.). But
there will be no lack of democra
tic presidential candidates.
Mr. Truman 'wrote he. is "ex
tromelyt sorry" that he will not
be able to attend.
Democratic nresidential candi
dates Adlai Stevenson. Averall
Harriman and E s t e s Kefauver
have acceptd invitations,
i more hectic days of the entire
contest.- It begins at 9 a.m. wnen
all contestants report on the hot.
sun-drenched beach at the Pacific
I coast club for a session with pho-
t tographers. Annually this produces
at least one or two faintings ana
a certain amount of. beauty-nin
dcrine Sunburn." :
The afternoon contestants reoort
,to the veterans memorial stadium
three miles inland to rehearse for
Saturday night's outdoor show
which will see the oaeesnt offi
cially opened. The reigning Miss
Universe, Hinevi KomDin, win set
in motion a huge silver Globe at
the beginning of what Is known as
the Ceremony' of the Globe, and
the naeent will be under wav. The
afternoon will be consumed with
rehearsals for this ceremony.

May. Mean Cut In Manpowei.
plan these estimates for the 1958 kind," he said, "there is a mix- ment in the Times dispatch that

fiscal vear the Army would be
cut SO0.0O0 men; the Navy, 200,000
men and the Air Force 100,000
meiL -
Accbfdlnff to the Times D i ?
nAk D a Wff4'a nlnn tnm mn TkO
ooo-man cut by 1960 has run into
vigorous opposition from the mili-
uavvii) ivaiuviu fau w mi v"
ury emeu oi me inree services.
The newsDaoer said the issue has
forced a postponemnt of work on
siraicgic uujotu tiu
patter tne wovemoer eiecuon.;
The Times dispatch provoked a
furor in Congress, 'with Chairman,
Carl Vinson (O-Ga.) of the House
Armed Services Committee con I
tending that such a large cut
would be a violation of the pledge
given to them by Radford and oth other
er other defense officials that there
would be no further substantial eut
In the size of the armed forces, v
Tney noted mat carter u Bur
gess,1-assistant defense secretary
for manpower, told Congress only
last week that the Defense De
partment plans no major manpow
er cuts in its 1958 budget which
goes to Congress next January.
Radford issued a two-page state
ment, which' was approved by De-
Jftnse Secretary Charles. E. Wilson,
in which he said tne times a: s
natch "no doubt" stemmed from
someone who had worked on the
manpower plan but "who had only.
a limited knowledge'' of the over-
all problem. l
44 As is usual in leaks of this
Russia Cooling 01
On Offer To Help V
IV, jHINGTO, tuiy u iv?) -Soviet
Foreign Minister. D m i t r j
Shepilot has hinted that Russia
may be cooling off on its offer to
help Egypt build the Aswan Dam,
dibmatic ; sources said yesterday.
They said reports reaching here
say Shepilov has shown a prefer-
imiritl pUnts instead. These
i .
closed his new trend of thought aat
a private meeUng with Egyptiat
President Gamal Abdel Nasser in
Cairo- three weeks ago. r
Despite the lack of official con-
firmtHnn. the reoorts were believ
ri hv nffirials hre to have COO-
siderable substance. They gave a
different picture than the one
painted at the time of the Shepi-
Th ward in Cairo at me. tune.
was that Shepilov offered to ex extend
tend extend a long-term low-interest loan
covering almost the entire cost of
$1,300,000,000 danft Up to then,
.,:... k.rt Kpn limited to
L 40o million dollar loan. I
Actually, according to tne new
I information it was Egypt wnicn
prodded shepilov on the subject of
th. dm. SheDilov was said to
have remained unresponsive.
Hazard To Attend
DA's Meeting,
Leaves For U.S.
V. S. District Attorney, Rowland
K, Hazard left this morning, for
the United States. He nlans to at
tend the annual meeting of- Dis District
trict District Atrnys.
.He will be gone for several
week J ;
new in headgear to toss mto
the voUttcea ring may be this
Pakistani cap of sheep's wool,
worn by United States Ambas-
' sador to Pakistan Horace A.
Hildreth. The former Maine
- governor, a Republican, has re
portedly expressed interest in
runninf for the Senate,

. could Ming tne Soviets quicaer position, voted to give .Mr.-iasen- ana ens. a. wmu nuoensun u

tureoi tact ana pure specuaiauon.

"The individual who attributes
certain definite views to the chair-:
man Radford is anticipating
elusions which the chairman
coif ha TkCit vpf rppnAn '
He said the ioint chiefs are now
preparing a forecast of the "mili-
tary -force structure" required.
for the foreseeable future. He said.
three points, "must .be. jrasde:".. i
1. "It is possibje that manpow-
er requirements for the future se-
curity of the' United States can
ultimately be lower because of
the introduction of new weapons.''.
2. This country "will not unilat-1
erally change" its military oblisa'
tions to the Free. World. This was
an obvious reference to the state-,

Senate Appropriations Committee
Approves $4 Billion Foreign Aid a

WASHINGTON: July 14 (UP) -,
The Senate Appropriations Coinr,
mittee handed President Eisenhow
er a tactical -rbut by no means
final victory yesterday by i ap
proving a 4 billion dollar foreign
aid money bill. iX V w w -1
The committee
that $4,017,000,000 be provided for
th. prograniduring the ..current
12 months. This was an increase
of 1680,300,00 over the figure ap
proved by the House and only 19,-
600,000 under the. "minimm 'set
by the President. ; ; -t --
The vote was 13 tb 8 with two
absentees. The -absentees will be
alfowed te vote later. They could
not change the outcome,jhowever.
"illr Eisenhower (originally re-1
r Hted $4,900,000,000 billion 1 0 1
IA .Mm.w hl PAn.I
tL7 aid program thil year, Con
gross subsequently approved ,: a
ceiling of $4,105,000,000. However,
the House then voted to limit ac actual
tual actual funds for the program, to $3,-
400.00.;, -t, 't t n-iM
The aharply-spHt ; Senate com
mittee, sometimes over strone of
However, the program still
faees 8harp going-over on the
senate floor where some mem-
bers are primed to seek an even
iower fip,,., than- that approved
h th Vu If th mmmittm
liaurm hmiM h annrnveH hv the
Senate, it still must go to confer
ence with thai House. J n iri
Conference committees tradi-j
tionallv come uo with a final fig-
- nn. MkM 'hetwim these vot
ed by the House and Senate.
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bw.uuo man cui wouia mean ir

removal of some troops from E.
rope and "a withdrawal, to f o

con-tress America. ; ; r

. ioe manpower recommend
tions ot the joint chiefs are on
the first steo in a "complicate
chain" that leads ultimately to ti
President and Congress. f
Radford was asked whether h
statement tended to confirm ti,
Times dispatch. f i;
' "I don't think it does," he sail
"I think it's quite plain."
He -declined to go beyond h
prepared statement when askt
whether the military chiefs of ti
Army. Navy and Air Force i
in "revolt" against his leader&hi
on tne manpower question.
Before the final vote, the corr
mittee rejected three attempts t :
nmit or eliminate aid to Marsha
Tito's Yugoslav government. Th
attempts were led by Sena. Wi
ham F. Knowland (R-Cillf,
sts Bridges '(R-NH. and Ji
n 4U. 4.A T m
7 it wa
,n .H w v nm.rM n.
eight Republicans.
a, The absentees were Sens. Wai
ren G. Magnuson (D-Wash.) an
Milton R. Young (R-ND), ;
The' money bill includes rough
ly $2,20,000,000 for military aid
, 1,200,00, for, "defense s u r
port," or indirect military assi.
ance, 293 million dollars for. cc
Anmij. miA tVt millinn flAllare
U11.."V W.U, AM. .Ill' ..wa....
"point four" technical assistance
programs, and 177 million dollar
for a variety of smaller program?
Committee Chairman Carl Hay
den (D-Ariz.) said the bill will b j
brought up for Senate debate nex
Tuesday or Wednesdayf
Voting for the biu were Hayoni!
Knowland, Leverett Saltonstall (R
Mass.), Edward J. Thye (R-Minni
Karl E. Mundt (R-SD),. Margare
Chase Smith (R-Me.), Everett M
Dirksen (R-IH.) and Charles a
PntteKR-Mich.L .
' Aeainst it were McCarthy an:'
Sena. Richard-B. Russeu, tu-ua j
Dennis Chaves D-NM), Allen J
Elleiider (D-L.), Lister Hill (D
Ala.). John L, McClellan (D-Ark.)
John C. Stennis ( u-miss. i, awi
'Henry C. Dworshak (R-Ida.).
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