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AH -' INDEPENDENT
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, BEFORE STEPPING IJP'TO TB15 microphone, to address the .,
crowd ol newsmen, photographers and officials permitted on v
'the runway Of the airport President Eisenhower stands at
i attention with President Arias as Panama's National Anthem.
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Trfees Felled BTwister;:.i-
lV VMtM-dnv ; afternoon's ? heavy
. rainstorm. s played hob with 4he
Isthmian plans -of Presidents
Tt Into a-smaU twister
at Diablo where trees were
strewn across several roads.
palm or two fell along the, Fort
miHnr musewav Road.
At Tocumerk the planes bear bear-In
In bear-In president Jose Flgueres of
r("'T T a and president. Adoi-
i f f n v pre
House newsmen to the Isthmus
was alsot "stacsea up- wr
hour or more. Two Venezuelan
aircraft .were delayed.
Wet aprons made it necessary
for several of President Rlcardo
Arias personal welcomes for
Chief Executives to be transfer
red indoors. . ;
At first President Arias brayed
a drizzle, maltlnR his way to
planes as each President disem-
barked. Later, as the downpour
rw heavier the ceremonies
had to be. transferred to the ter-
Most Presidents went'd'irect to
the Presidential; Palace of Hhe
Says fend Tried
To Ay;s 7i:n8$$c$ ;
Plaintiff's counsel in the $2, $2,-,
, $2,-, nnnnnn nllots suit charged yes-
. terday thattdefense counsel for
the Panama uanai vompiujr
. were Intimidating witnesses
Heated remarks were exchang exchang-"
" exchang-" a hpt.wpftn attorney William S
Tyson, representing the plain plaintiffs,
tiffs, plaintiffs, and Canal counsel" David
Markun. and Dwight McKabrtey.
They centered around the tes7
. timonv of olalnUff's witness
Flovd H. Baldwin, chief of the
fiscal division5 of the Company.
Baldwin's testimony started
'. Thursday.. Yesterday, on resum resum-:
: resum-: lng the stand, he stated under
miestinnlnff that in the interim
he had beenf contacted by, the
. Tyson was !-highly critical of
Markun -said he saw nothing
wrone in interroeatlng' the wit
ness to find out what he was.
going, to say. v :
Judae Guthrie F. Crowe has
recognized from the beginning
In this case that witnesses call
ed by the plalntlK who are env
Dloves of the Company are un
der some apprehension In regard
to their testimony. :
Tyson asked that the' Judge
take full cognizance of the fact
that the defense had interro interrogated
gated interrogated witness r Baldwin" outside
of courti tt. : :. t- i:
The 1ude.sald he "would do
so, adding that he intended to
give due weight to ail .evidence
The lud?e remarked, however
that so far as he knew there
ws no law in the Canal Zone
which made the interrogation
. unethical unless it were occu occupied
pied occupied with other circumstances.
He stated that no proof had
been presented to the court In Indira
dira Indira tin a that there had been an
attempt to suppress or manu-
tactnre evidence. Botn actions
he pointed ont, "would be in
themselves subject to court en
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Americas (Hotel El Panama)
where a cloud' of for from a
DDT truck standlne : 'In the
parking area was added to the
rain i -
But none 1 of the Presidents
seemea to mind.. ;
.Just before the arrival-of the
President- of Guatemala and
Mrs. Jose Castillo Armas, lights
went out in tne nocei ioddv.
Reservation clerks .? promptly
nroourea a antn osnciies rrnrn
what resembled a church altar.
Officials cleared the entry of
pnotograpners and newsmen, un until;,
til;, until;, the lights came on;
I!3rse Frc!-!3rf 2
Fruiters To Sfsr
Fcr Visilinj Brass
A.Norwegian freighter and
two fmiterg were chosen today
fisr lockai' 5
It la errJpRt.M most ifnot. aT
as tne star performers for tni
vlsltlnir ".-chief Executive wll
accept me canai s miormai in- (UP) a aewgawon m n,uwuoi
viUtion to see the Miraf lores headed by Soviet premier Nlko-
Locks in action. ai Bulganin arrived here today
Noonday plans called for them for Poland's national day cele-
to see the northbound lockage of .orations.
the Norwegian-flag vessel spercl it was the first visit of a top
and also that of the fruit shin Soviet delegation to Poland
Morazan, which flies the .United,
Another : fruiter, the small
British-flag':. Crystal, -, will be
Visitors will be given an ex
planation "In Spanish of ;- the
lockage and -control operations,
v The favored ships are expect expected
ed expected to break out their flag-lock
ers lor the occasion. r
And it is rumored, along the
waterfront that officers and
crewmen wU spruce up for .ta-i
Two New; Polio Cases Bring
CZ Week's Total Jo Three
Two more cases of polio announc announced
ed announced by Gorgas Hospital yesterday
brought this week's total to three.
The new cases make a total of
22 among Canal Zone deoendehts
in the current epidemic whkli
started two months ago. r -;
One of the new cases is.' that
of an 18 -month-old girl whose fath father
er father is employed, in the Meteorole Meteorole-gical
gical Meteorole-gical and Hydrographic Branch on
the Panama. Canal. 'She resides
in Cliilibre. The child shows some
muscular' weakness In one leg.,
The second, new case ij also a
girU The two-year-old resides in
La. Boca. Her father is employed
by the Health Bureau;" n
-Neither of the new cases nor
that of the six-year-old boy from
Rainbow City reported Thursday,
bad had Salic vaccine.
None of the cases of Canal Zone
dependents in Gorgas Hospital are
over six years old. j v
- Several of the 22 admitted dur during
ing during the past several months have
recovered sufficiently to be dis discharged.
charged. discharged. But three have died, in including
cluding including one infant too young to re receive
ceive receive Salk vaccine.. ' 4
The last report from Santo To-
mas Hospital in Panama showed
4Let thi people
; IN HIS FIRST GREETINGS to
morning, President Eisenhower
that he was delighted to return to the country in which he had served a tour of duty manv
years ago. Prwldent Ricardo Ariasand Secretary of State .John Foster Dulles1 (center) arl
BOSTON. July 21 (UP) Dr
Paul Dudley White, president
Eisenhower's neart specialist
announced today he will visit
Moscow for about a week early
In September.- 1 ;
Dr. White said the trip is an
extension of his study of the
v-"-vs of life of pennle In vartnns
i.L h: 1 tli i ''t oil t
he t blouj vesbtls. He has
ma. e similar studies in Japan
and Italy. f , ,
DrwWhite1 will be accompan
led br four other' doctors. He
said their ; visit has the approv
al of the soviet' ministry oi
Health and the XJ State pe
partment. -. ;
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Top Riissta Crass
llibnsl Day Fcle
WARSAW. "PolandV July 21
since the .June 28 riots in poz-
nan. 150 miles to th west, in
which S3 oersons were killed,
With Bulganin were his de-
fens minister. Marsnai Georgi
Zhukdv, and several other offi
.The: were greeted at the air
port' by members of the Polish
Politburo ana premier josei uy
Their visit was disclosed to
the West by Warsaw Radio only
S few hours oeiore tneir arrival
IS eaies' there, chiefly small-chil
dreii, none over 15 years of age.
onenaa receivea Aauc vaccine.
Efforts are being made .n Pana Panama
ma Panama to procure enough Salk -vac
r in for widesoread inoculations in
the terminal cities oi uoion ana
Panama in time for it to be ef
fective before the annual -period
of greatest, incidence which starts
in August and September, .y
A limited amount of the vaccine
had been- available in the capital
ritv list vear. but residents show
ed tittle interest in having their
children inoculated, those In charge
of the shots- revealed last week.
Since last September, Sair shots
hava been available free to em
ployes of Canal Zone agencies and
their dependents, also to depend dependents
ents dependents of men in the armed forces
and to pregnant women. -
local medical authorities are
slow to commit themselves in re regard
gard regard to the current epidemic.
But in medical circles it is being
noted that none of the' victims of
the resurgence, of -polio had re received
ceived received 'a full series of Salk shots.
This data, it is believed, will be
of value in assessing tha efficacy
of the inoculations, .-
hum the tntih mnd the
PANAMA, R. p SATURDAY, JULY Jtl, 1956
the people of Panami-after stepping off his plane early this
expressed his "ereat oleasur" in hsimr- hoi- nrt.mnrirofi
GREETING ARGENTINA'S PRESIDENT Pedro E Aramburll
Min raincoat) yesterday was Panama's busiest official wel wel-.
. wel-. comer President Arias (left), and Aramburur's aide (center).
HELLO PANAMA!1-" Ike stands up in his car and waves to crowds of cheering people lined up
Prejidencia to greet the -! visiting chiefs ol state who met for the first time shortly after XI
eewtry is emfe r AVrmkam Lincoln
i m turn- I
He Recalls CZ Hitch
Fourteen presidents and three presidents -elect raced
through Panama behind wailing sirens
est array of executive power ever seen in the Western hemi hemisphere,
sphere, hemisphere, and maybe the world.
V, S, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, recently in from Tocumen
where he landed at 7:53
tlie plaudits of the crowd, though he is still rated as convalescent.
Pink cheeks gleaming in the tropic morning sun, a little more lined
and drawn than his photos show, M r, Eisenhower flung up his arms
time and again, in acknowledgment of the crowd's welcome.
The Preaideni. whose health is currently a political question, looked
more like a hard-running campaigner than did most of the winners rfur-
ing Panama's recent elections.
Almost his first words on
ed his Army hitch down here
"Many of you here this
when I lefthere in 1924" he
At Tocumen to greet Mr.
Gov, William E, Potter, Lt, Gen. William Harrison Jr.,
commanding general, Caribbean Command; -Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, commanding general, U.S. Army Car
ibbean Mai. Gen." Truman H.
bean- Air Command; and Rear Adm. Clarence L C. Atke-
son Jr.reommop'lcnt 15th Novel
. Theri' were Scarcely any Individual' Ionian out to
greet their President. This was presumably due to the un unprecedented!,
precedented!, unprecedented!, tight., aecurity restrictions imposed .orithe
airport by Panama's Cuardia Nacipnar..; Advisers fromt tha
White House secret' service detachment played a Urge
part in laying down the security rules.
- Half and hour before the Co-j
lumbine touched own,
States Secretary of State Jonn
Foster Dulles arrived in anotlier
Military Air iTansporv ociyb
imnn t.hns travellins withi
T)rciHont Eisenhower was n:
Lk.. Mflim: T..tin American
expert in the present Aamimt-
tratlon, ana sometimes men-
tloned as a possible PresidenUal
candidate if for any reason
President Elsenhower changes
his decision to run again.
a.m from Washington,
landing at Tocumen recall
In the 1920's ,r ;
morning were not even born
Eisenhower were Canal Zone
London, commander. Carib
Wearing a brown suit and car
rying a brown hat, President
Elsenhower came v, down ? the
steps from the columbine erect,
smiling ana easy-mannereav ?
Waiflng, at the foot -of, -the
steps was Panama's President
Rlcardo Arias. Mr. Eisenhower
was the fourteenth president Mr.
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nus nu w niw unui
'While he accorded mosT'ef
the others a close Latin abra
' so, or hug, for Mr. Eisenhower
along the streets leading to the
today in the great
responded happily to'
there was a ttrm
.Then came the National An Anthems
thems Anthems Of the -. -..4!7..
Unit oi T wuuwm.
united States nd i... :
Played by the NaUonal oulrt
After ; ahftkin
with i.M. 7nower;' move
n''y e of the
r President whose wei
c-peaicmg first In Spanish Mr
Arias extended to Mr"
mere wera m -- -i.k'
Problems. -'. ,'""""oa
Mr. Arias, who could rive
E7 2J!,tn hsaont
Mr rJ1 Plus
,nen he moved over to hii
ike "iff Lm,ftreetcr- n1
United SSff? uway th
unicea States Embassy resi
dence atop La Cresta. 7
SHr hmS1 tn Colunbine Mon Mon-22,
22, Mon-22, flight-timed to
8 a m to whington about
7t,n? of an the visit visit-J$leU
J$leU visit-J$leU was late this
Tln they had i sped
SJ2?i?th" ttnet at brief in.'
2K,ata n?on appointment -with
President Arias atN the
Presldencla. "f' :
thPnlJ!? throu8h town wag
ilftv t chnce the average cit-
i- Atv.th?w,n9m,ll oon meet meeting
ing meeting the Presidents were accom accompanied
panied accompanied in most cases by their
PrMLf,ndlyld.uaI!y ; "turninf
President Arias airport greet greeting,
ing, greeting, the visltinar chiefs returned
tpgetner to the Presidency's
decoraUve Yellow Room for
champagne, then retired to the
adjoining banquet room for a
short, informal., prly ate .meet-
Precedine President r Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's arrival at Tocumen i by
five hours this morning was
President-elect of Bolivia, Her Her-nan
nan Her-nan Siles Suazo. The last to ar-
rive this morning at 8:30 was
President Marcos Peres. Jlmenet
of Venezuela. ...
This afternoon, the Domini
can Republic's Chief Executive
Hector B. Trujillo is due in at
5:40 to complete the gathering
of is Chief Executives,, and three
Eresidents-elect. i w --
Yesterday marked one of the
busiest days of the' ceming
meeting for Pre sldent
Arias who was on hand to
greet 12 Presidents at Tocumen
Airport between the hours of
1 ajn. and 7:52 p.m.
, .The arrivals yesterday were:
Manuel prado, president-elect of
Peru; Fulgencio Batista, Presi President
dent President of Cuba- Jose Maria Lemus,
president elect of Salvador;
Paul Magllore, President of Hai Haiti;
ti; Haiti; Anastasio Somoza, President.
Of Nicaragua; Adolfo Ruli Corn
Continued on Pago 10)
TT2 fAXAMA AXETJCAN AX CCEETEXTIXT t.'.riT !dTE?ArO
SATURDAY, JUT 1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
M Ma um.iHra rr tmi Panama. amc.icn hih. INC.
mtNCU ar NILSON MUNIIVtU IH M
HARMODIO ARIAS. tOITCM
7. N rmrrr P. O. Box 134. Panama. o
TILtPHONI -OT40 9 LlNtal
CAM.I ADDCsa AAlRICAH, PANAMA -
0ie a.l7B Central Avinui rrrwtiir iith and 13th Siawis
, S4S MAOISOM Avt.
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BOR SIX MONTH. IH
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THE MAIL BOX
Dew Mr Eisenhower:
if. iimk HkPiv that T ahall see
Panama and I am truly sorry
would Uke to teil you mat your personal ugnuy, your Mucnuwc
;. nd love for humanity hat won for you the respect and admira-
tion of all nations. f
Even the Democrats, of which I am one, are unable to build
' trp a much desired dislike for you and that Jeelipg Is quite Im Important
portant Important in a successful campaign. How in the world can we at--tack
an administration properly and : forcibly urge a -change,
when we Ilka Ike so much? Really, It Is most discouraging and I
wouldn't be surprised If that smile of yours ..Isn't partly respon respon-i
i respon-i alble. .'".f,.-;",-.''', : :
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"it is only now and then that a public-figure becomes ran In In-tlmate
tlmate In-tlmate and Individual possession to the people and the feeling of
! friendship that he inspires in them must spring from the Innate
4 goodness uvtne man.
h you have that, Mr. President
good civilian and as a gentleman.
- an American citizen.
W ... '
UNIFORM CHANGE FOR COMMYS
it Knowing that the object of your Mail Box letters Is to give
everyone a chance to air his grievance especially the under-
privUeged, I beg that you air the following In your daily col col-.umn:
.umn: col-.umn: -ii ;
As a keen observer of the girls who works In the Commls Commls--
- Commls-- sarlea and Clubhouses (Service Centers) of the Canal Zone, in
' their immaculate white uniforms, it struck me forceibly, that
it must make quite an economic dent into the take home pay
.'of these poor girls whose salaries is nothing to brag about.
U Thinking that something ought to be done to help' these
hardworking damsels, at least to minlmiie the cost of appear appear-lng
lng appear-lng on the lob everyday in their spotles garments, I have been
thinking of making the following suggestion, Which would be
!i less costly yet still make as effective showing a the present
'all-white uniform: "That the (rirls be allowed to wear a "Blue
Serge Skirt and White Blouse", shoes may be white or black,
to suit the taste of the bosses.-' : M
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S I have questioned several of the eorls (without giving any
- reasoh) to find out Just how much it costs, them for a;week's
fZ laundering of their present uniforms;' and believe me, it's a
tidy little sum. I questioned also- they would welcome a
change of uniform, and they tnswered with the exclamation
-would w!" ,.; .-.
. Now J know that the Panama Canal Company Government,
is economy-wise these days, and Gov. Potter has expressed the
ir"untenance ox the empioyts-moraie 'as one or his chief ruling
T "icy, therefwe I am sura the bossl who runs the Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government wouldn't want to deny these poor local rate girls
the opportunity of saving a few cents to buy at least some
aspirin tablets to minimize if not cure them, of the headaches
they have been having m trytnjr to -oiPke two ends meet. .- jra
to speak with their bi-weekly take home pay.
'. My suggestion is offered In good grace and if adopted, Gov-
emor Potter Ind all the U. S. Bosses crn lorget about boosting
the morale of these lowly local-rate employes; in white.
Interested Moral Booster
; Tk fatti achievShents
' in artistic watchmaking
! t I I IIMl7
Sudani nrvictd ly iht leading jtveltr: and vatchnafrt
all ever tbt vorld
JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC
NIW YORK. (17) M. V. ,
IOCAI. t n
.' SO 1S.OO
IS. 80 14. 0O
, ari raanaaa n.-.
Sf kasslas is whall safistsUl
W hnsstisat V ft sssu't apaaarf tfc
Hmits. ts so sast lasftfc.
vou diirlni vouf brief visit to
that I won't have the privilege. I
I salute you as a good soldier,
You make tie proud tha I am
A Good Democrat
v And -
Labor's love may well be lost
by the Demoaats Uus campaign
year. Nothing disclosed here is to
De construed as a parting of the
ways between these two forces
it is merely intended to say that
ArXrCio president George Meany
is reported being "miiiiantly in
different" to Adlat Stevenson and
others in tna grand prue race.
And that Walter Reutner'i United
Auto Workers Union regional chiefs
wm get lougd witn uie democrats
in every state by telling the po
litical leauers they must, in etfoct.
break with the southern Democrats
if they want his union's support
this fall. j
Unlike Beuther's hundreds of
other statements whicn snower
like soft ram on the countryside.
tnis latest document is unpublic-
ued. ifut it is being quieuy acied
on oy ms peupie aud u woipping
up a storm an over ue ptace.
What iteuther has asxed his
regional chieis to uo. in effect.
is to warn state liemocradc leau leau-ers
ers leau-ers they u fcet no suppurt uoiess
they go to toe Chicago nominating
convention and force it to adopt
a piauorm wmcn coma smau
Uie bouuiern uemocrauc power
What Reuther's program says
oiuntty is mat ne ano nis coneagues
want most of the southern Demo
crats in tne House and senate run
out of their traditional chairman
ships of powerful Congressional
committees. These groups really
control the passage of all Jaws
and thus exert tremendous in
fluence over the While House re regardless
gardless regardless of who is president.
ims comes under roint ive Of
R u t h e r's program, labeled
"Selecting; Responsible Committee
Chairmen.". It is Reuther's way
of slapping the south right where
it will 8 ting most Southern' Con
gressmen are, seldom 'defeated
and so roll up decides of service
in tne benate and houseTney be
come chairmen of vital committees
and stay there, except when the
Republicans : take oower. Then.
of course, there are OOP, chairmen.
When the Congress- returns to
peraocratic. hands, the southern
chairmen step right back into the
top seats. :-;X
iteuther wants this automatic
seniority practice stopped. And he,
wants the Democratic convention
and its presidential candidate to
pledge themselves to tbat.posiion.
Among the other demands
Reuther has directed at the Demo-!
cratic leaders everywhere are the to spell his square monicker. But
following:.-. ,v ihow is a country going to get
. ; I
Point Three, "called "Protecting!
the Right to Vote," urges the
Democratic Party to guarantee I
that it will "oppose the seattagof
csndidates .whose elections are
obtained by unconstitutional or
uiegai aemais oi tne ngnt to vote.
What Reuther refers to here are
the i poll ;taxes, special literacy
teste and other voting regulations
which cut 4own',.the number of
Negro voters in southern states.
Reuther says, in effect, that Her Herman
man Herman Talmbadge should not be seat seated
ed seated in the U.S. Senate next year
because of such restrictions in
Georgia. Reuther wants the. Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National Convention to go
on record for that kind of -action.
Point Fo- of Reuther's Instruc Instructions
tions Instructions calls, for the end of Senatorial
filibusters. f &
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There are three other points to
Reuther's "take-it-or-leave-it" plat platform,
form, platform, which are guaranteed not to
awaken any enthusiasm at the
Democratic convention. ?
One calls for the ending: of all
segregation in schools, transporta
tion, etc., etc. Anotner is i called
"Strengthening the Federal Civil
Righs Law.". And the final point
demands equal Negro and white
workers' rights in all employment employment-the
the employment-the issue which is splitting the
southern unions, including some of
Reuther's own locals below the
Mason-Dixon line. ;r
Ioks like the political leaders
will have to choose between their
southern colleagues and Reuther
unless the union chief retreats. He
doesn t usually,
A ROCK WITH ROLL A
tombstone in Harrisonville, Mo.,
presents a baffling mystery- The
2,100-pound granite ball has ro- -tated
on Its pedestal in the last
68 years. Originally resting on
the flat spot facing the camera,
the ball has slowly and without
apparent force turned over a
distance equal to one-fourth its
circumference. Measuring the
change is Frank Turtle, v
. . ',ftu I
'Ill Hl'fll1"! 1 M : i
It is a matter of no Importance.
to me if Mister Justice Douglas,
ana rorgy ana jaess, ana au tne
rest of them people go to Russia,
because I am ctrictly tourist and
I don't savvy them gook lingoes.
I Sure. I can make it with them
Jitauan stars uie tut ixmeronga
oier uou, ana some of the French
people,, like this here now Gene-
veve. or even Monsoor chewal
ier, which is part, of belonging to
a horse. ..(.
But I strike out on the Russians.
Take this Krushev. I know how
some place as being friendly when
'toe Big Guy spells .Krushev Khrush
-Icu, me a minute KHRUsh
-h.old it minute more-CHEVt
iVw what llnd of a handle is
suic ah, the heck with it. What
kind a handle is that for a muzhik muzhik-type
type muzhik-type guy you don't Want to know
even il he calls himself Jones in
How you going to be a foreign
correspondent if you spend all your"!
tune looking into the dictionary,
which is written in squiggles any anyhow,
how, anyhow, because Webster ain't caught
up with the trendstrt-v oS i
You can't tell about it from the
scorecard, because one day they
got Stalin selling the shaving
cream and the next day the bum
has been traded. And what's his
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
Civil Rights Bill of 1956, scheduled
for two days of debste in the
House of Representatives, could
conceivably develop into a fight
mat might delay adjournment.
A coalition of four. Republicans
and four Northern Democrats fi
nally beat down the opposition of
four Southern Democrats to force
the Civil Rights Bill through the
House Rules Committee bottle bottleneck.
neck. bottleneck. But on the floor it will be
subjected to all kinds of delaying
tactics. n :
Rep... Howard Smith (D-Va),
chairman of the House Rules
Committee and an all-out rights
legislation, naa sata opemy uibi
every legitimate action will be
i i. : J t.i .1
taken to defeat this MIL
Its opponents include some of
the most experienced parUamen-
tanans in congress. They can ee;
counted on to use everv nrocedur-
al gimmick in the rule book to
tie the House in knots and prevent,
passage as they did on tne tta
eral School Construction BilL
For instance, whenever there ap
pears to be no majority-on the
floor of the House which is usual
ly a quorum call can be de demanded.
manded. demanded. Readinff off the 434 mem
bers' names and rounding up the
absentees csn kill a lot ot time.
- The only chance to get this bill
through the House is for the coali coalition
tion coalition of Republicans and Northern
Democrats to stay on the floor
and stick together to force a show
In final analysis it is compara
tively mild legislation. The
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
By BOB RUARK
square name, anyhows? Lemme
look in the World Almanac, It got
to oe mere some place.
AHA. No wonder thev knock
him off.' Who 'catf say hello to a Then we got Marshall Tito into
bum named Joseph Vissarionovich Russia. And what is his name? Jo Jo-Djugashvili,
Djugashvili, Jo-Djugashvili, Dzhugashvili, Dzuga- sip Bros. Now if my name is Jo-
snvuir wkc h says in me new,sip Bros I am not going around
Century Cyclopedia ,of Names? signing tabs as Tito, because we
Bum cam even spell his own
name the, same way twice. -No
wonder they scrag him. The Head
line Writers Guild bought the cop,
They trade them people too fre-i
quent for me. One day they bat
clean-up and the next day they
send them to Washington; I mean;
1 finally got to spell Molotov. with
out thinking toe mucn about it,
and what do they do? Send him
down the leaky-roof circuit. Play:
ing for savannah right now.- i
; I aint no professional scout,
looking for the original three-toed
ibex. I just want these durn peo people
ple people to hold still i whilst I change
my carbon:'-v f .t '
There is some Armenian or oth
er mixed up in this Russian: busi
ness, but l cant lino tne bum in
the book. He can help run the, Sov Soviet
iet Soviet without no assistance from me.
Oh, now I remember his name.!
Seroyan, or Mikoyan, or some something.
thing. something. Wrote a book once about
all the hamy neoole named Mama1
Doll and Papa Doll and Hartford,
insurance s witn inisa. t aunno.sians can take care of THEIR
What right Armenian writers got selfs : . r
Civil Rights Fight
By PETER EDSOII :
original bill was introduced, bv
Rep. Emanuel Celler (D-NY). But
it nas been watered down to in
dude only the Eisenhower pro program
gram program put forward by Atty. Gen.
Herber Brownell, Jr. ; ; ;
It would create a new three three-member
member three-member Civil Rights Commission,
appointed by the President to in
vestigate civil rights violations
and report to him. It would create
a new Civil Rights Division in
Department of Justice under a
new assistant attorney general It
would give him greater authority
to bring suit in federal courts to
protect citizens in their voting
This obviously won't end segre segregation.
gation. segregation. But it is a first step and a
foot in the door. That's what both bothers
ers bothers the South, which opposes the
bill as a violation of states' rights,
Even if the Celler bill can be
lurccu, uirouan ma nouse
era opponents of all civi
, -J .u u ai.. it e...Ai.
legislation are prepared to fili- Moderates in-the Southern wing
buster it to death in the Senate.1 of the Democratic party under under-They
They under-They can, filibuster even a motion stand this Northern predicament,
to take up the bill; for con-, They are willing, as they have
: For anti-segregstionist forces to
Invoke .the cloture rule, limiting,
debate to a one-hour speech from
every senator desiring to be heard
on; the subject, takes a two-thirds
majority vote which is hard to
It is an almost hopless maneu
ver this late in the session, But
if the anti-segregationists are will-
ing to sit it out and fight it out,
they could delay adjournment in-
to go run Russia t for anyhow?
uu v vmuuu ufvas sua uene
Lyons: sufficient, without Armen-
call that forgery,
I know a broad in Midland. Tex..
named Tito, and I am advising
got1 going around calling himself
iier. io sue.: vnai ngni s a man
after a doll in Midland, Tex., if
ms square nanaie is uroz?
; You just take the simple things
In Spanish. 4 W is" "No." In Ital Italian
ian Italian "No" U "No,' aUasame Eng English.
lish. English. Even, the crazy mixed-up
French make it "Non,,a which &
omy a consonant, on me course.
, But in Russia "No" ain't "No."
It's ."met, or "nyet." The bums
cant even spell "No. ;
., "Ves is "Da.tNoW what kind
of simple-minded baby" talk is
"Da"? You ask somebody a thing
and he says "Da," and all ': you
need is some rubber ducks and
a sandbox Jo meet him as an!
equal, Da. Da, da.; My heart be
longs to Da-da. .. : v . s
Well, like I said, I' aint going
to Rfissia until they remodel the
lanauaas. 1 act trnuhia mneh mm.
my own grammar, and the Rus-
With the national conventions
coming up and all congressmen
wanting to get home and cam campaign,
paign, campaign, time is on the aide of the
South. That would seem to doom
any action on civil rights legis-j
lauon uus year. i
In one-sense, the congressional
debate' -on civil riehta will h a
xoreruoner oi later debate on
party platforms at the national
Republicans are makins? a hie
S itch this year, to increase their
old on the Negro vote. Concerted
uemocrauc action to kill civil
rights- legislation in Congress will
give GOP campaign orators good
ammunition to use in tnis
' Northern Democrats from states
and districts where there is
aixahlB Nfsm vn nuriiv
i --- ---o--
oeen m tne past, to compromise
on any stand they can live with
and get re-elected on. Only the
extra me segregationists have
threatened to bolt the convention.'
It '.is. noteworthy, however, that
the bid to form a third party
again this year, started by South
Carotins Gov. George Bell Tim-
merman, jr got a cold reception
from Democratic leaders in Wash
ington- and at the reeent gov.
ernors conference in Atlantic
. - v -. v. uiv:iv5ivai muc iu mjuw 1111 malVid"
Cleverest harkslaco Inhhvino in'nol Imari.,.. n,a ... ,
tQlS Session of CnnPT-pss h
.. 1 O mmmj '"fc
maneuvered a bill for the return 'nism. I suggested that it was
of German-property ojit of the; much better to have groups of
aenate Judiciary Committee onto Americans operate than the gov gov-the
the gov-the Senate consent calendar where; ernment, because East Germans
it may sneak by the entire Senate. 'distrusted -governments. They did
' It means a giveaway of half a not distrust people. ; a
bUhou dollars, with the big Ger- "Will you wriU me a letter
man' cartels who manufactured about this?" requested Secretar
arm. for Uitla- hoina lh. .ni.,,C.n. ... Jcli"J
beneficiaries. US imvn mill
have to make up the naif billion.
In order to camouflage the Ger German
man German giveaway, the bill is dressed
up in some high-flown lanauaee
abOUt COmoensatinff natinnalx nf
the United States who have war-
oamage claims. And while former
POW's do get some benefit, the
chief benefit cops to I. G. Farhpn
the giant Nazi cartel, and the
former ; owners of American
Bosch, Schering, North American
Rayon. etc. v . I
, -oc .--i.. -,
Behind the: slick 'lobbying ma-
neuver are nan a dozen ol the
most potent public-relations firms
in the U S A. bIh avri nrw
strange thing is that Sen. Olinroun.eM, Dy we Kovern Kovern-Johnston
Johnston Kovern-Johnston of South Carolina, who' ment WM interpreted abroad as
has haadly a German voter in his P"18 Propaganda ; gesture. 'It
l.f. w..Mk:. t.:n ..i lIWOII 111 Tin frlonrie
state, is pushing the bill, though
ne aoesn t iixe too mucn pubucity
about it with ,hii huridips in rha
American Legion. Olin was once
- f -: s
v Awctiuu cuuimauaer,
I Here Is coma unwritten hisfnrv
reeardins a oravioua rvnlt he.
hind the Iron Curtain Which may
point to ways of helping the pee-,
nip nf Poland .fnriau ...
in June, 1833, immediately after,
F.t Rarlin n,rlra-. t.nlrl 1 I-J
tanks with botUes and bare hands,)
crying. lor food, I suggested to', luweei " nm l o te
Jimmie Riddleberger, then in ior fuP.s of patriotic Americans
chsrge of the State Department's r. ofler001 A toe Poles. If the
v.. .1...:. t."
v rr.i in a i ui.h. .niiw RmnHsssnnr i
Smith, then undersecretary of
state, that U.S. nH n-niiMP
given the hungry- rioters by -pri-
. The Uons, Kiwanis,: Rotary 0!no:West Berlin in the, summer
clubs, I suggested together with A 5 3 1 i
the American- LegionVFW, Am-1,'; hrst we.were ndf as success success-vets,'
vets,' success-vets,' Junior Chambers of Com- i reaching Poland as Czeeho Czeeho-merce,
merce, Czeeho-merce, would" probably be de-' ,ovak.ia' But balloon' techniques
Ughted to help finance the pur- bave improved since then; and it
chase and distribution of surplus would be perfectly iwssibie to
food. ; If the offer was V turned la",ncn a tremendous barrage" of
down,' then East Berliners, with1 "IPWoons : carrying waterproofed
no -boundary to ; worry about, 'Pckaged food, each bearing a
could come across to West Berlin f?essage in the Polish language to
and pick up the foo themselves. I toe people of Poland from individ-
I pointed out that it was'much,"' Americansjn the U.S.
better,; for;, private American 0ne Congress is Cutting
groups to do this, because gifts'"0" on foreign aid -is because
by government are viewed with;"1 by government has lost part,
SUSpiClOn..' ,.'''':''''' -: i
I also fiunrfil fhi nrnnnsat
' "f .'.
4sv v u t u ui utowu'
nower aaministrauon aiiev be-
cause It had jaeen talking so much
ahnut nrivata pntprnric and kscn.
ing the government out; of private
:,)fT LIONS li)BS READY- "i
rfi?' .'I "V ';..'.-.. y-; '.
It so happened that the Inter
national Uons Clubs were holding
their annual convention In Chicago
at that time and they authorized
me to make -a concrete proposal
for the purchase of surplus wheat
and butter which Secretary Ben
son naa running out ot bis ears.
So I went down to see Secretary
Benson. He brought in five of his
top executives. They were polite,
cordial, noncommittal.- ,w J,
"The executives of the Lions In
ternational,". T fexplainedr f'are
ready to buy ,your" wheat at the
same support price you paid for
it $2,60 a bushel and butter!
for the support price vou taid
60. cents, a pound. Xney would like
to take delivery immediately
this week in West Berlin. The
State Department informs me that
you already have a large supply
there so that ail you need do is to
send a cable to release it there.?
I stressed the need for speed.
the fact that now was the psycho-
T.Ierry- 6o:- RouriD"
Sy D nzY PZXZl s O f I v
WW. ...UV..kHWJ TT C P,KKr 1 1 Mil tl
inriiviHiml reholo aaainc j-i f
"I have ah-eadv wrift.n
I said, and milled it imt 4 J.
Days passed a total of three
weeks. No word from Benson.
Finally. Riddleberppr nhnnot -1
say that he had taken $15,000,000
qui oi we oiaie Department
budget to offer food to the East
Ber uners. ?
The State Department drafted
an :.. official announcement ? and
President Eisenhnwev t
. "ev av
",. w.as ? 6esture. and : good
w cr -u-uic- xui pan ot
I b'oom was off the rose. By
that ume it was July. The riota
were over. And the official an
won us no friends.
BALLONS TO POLAND
. This unwritten1 history is told
now for one reason only the
recent revolt in Poznan, Poland.
This time the State Department,
acting more wisely had the Amer American
ican American Red Cross offer to send food
to the Poles. .: The .Red Cross,
though organized under the. wing
of the, U.S. government,-is not the
government. The offer was turned
. ... "
- .., .o suu iiui.
; tnn' 1-t tn. unit h 4nnA I. ..n
' E83!61 w balloon. The Crusade
For Freedom has been sendina:
b.-lloon messages ipto Poland ever
1 VUVLU.CUiTOO, JJUV UJV jiucx-
: ican people have great generosity.
nf He. AffAfli,ufiAea Tint Aha A m u.
I great initiative, and creat pn-
great initiative, and; great en-
nusiasm, once they are given r a
chance to move;
6!$ (hirrtd 7:V
Face Cirl MM
' "AaA WABWf f MVltUli; BUM
21 (UP) -The U. S. Army has ap-
arW BUAIV4 II V V'MXa MV ,W1M V
martial of seven soldiers accused
oi raping a 15-year-old German
girl in Bamberg July 9.
As a result of the incident and
by GIs, the Bamberg City Council
demanded tha recall, nf all Amcr.
ican troops from the area.
: Brig. ben. Parmer W. Edwards,
of St. Louis, artillery commander
nf thp 1 ni h Tnfantrv Divicinn m
named to head the court martial.
The seven men charged are mem members
bers members of the division's 85th R e gi gi-ment.
ment. gi-ment. .
Informed sources -said that the
accused have decided to waive
tlieir right to have civilian coun counsel
sel counsel and have chosen military at at-torneys
torneys at-torneys to represent them,
i LU O
U-Ui.i. ata, I
SATCKDAT. ICLY 21, 195
TTTT. PANAMA AMERICA!! AN KDETEXBENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Church cf Christ;
. W. W. Ban. BrItl
Taianhon 3-303 ':-
BALBOA: 08M. Belboa Hoed.
Sorvicea Sunday 100 iA
CiUSTOBAL! American Legion I H
Service Sunday UM A .110 am
. aUO ABAJO: Houm So. 3024 1Mb St
Sunday 438 pm
', u JO iA
COIOU BAPTIST CHURCH
, FhOM S-IH
'. Cart r Paderewskl, Faster
, phooa I-H41
. . e-ul I.. 8:4Sa.m.
mwuuir y ft-JU n.DV
1 Mfctday each month ....
f panii BJbla Scnpol
1 JO p-m.
ajhca nwuiv .....
' riKST BAPTIST CBUBCB
, Balboa Haifhta. C Z.
" Ancoo Boidavard
" v ? Drawer "B" Balboa Hdfbtt
"-T Pbone Balboa VIZI
',. .WUUaa. H. Becby. rUat
t' Sunday Bcnool JjJJ J
" KuaniMUatle Semce IS"
'.Frayat Meetim Wadna
i daya ...........
WHA BlHa Study Thura-
Hen't Brother hood (Laat
Monday to aiontb)
t JO BJa
.' msT baptist etnwa
fJ u.rmrlta Avenue at u SUeet
4- .Margarita. Canal Zona t ,,
.pSrt Training Onion...... JJ-
frayer Servicer. Wednadaya VM pm.
, W.M,U 1st Srd Frldaye (
B.A., B.A., m u-"i
- ;t .'-xhi rAcmc sn
Captain Mn. at Oraat
Ik February Street, Phone: VW0Se
V 11:00 Hollnew Meeting.
, M Sunday School.
" 7J Salvation Meeting,
i LA BOC C.Z.
Lieutenant Panry Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phone: I-2SS! .. ,.
v 11:00 ilolmen Meeting.
- 3:00 Sunday School.
. 7 JO Sal vaUon Meeting.
r.nTsy Mr. C L. Hoatlay
tulana SueeW ;
A v i ''..'.
M Sunday SchaoL
- f 11:00 Holmes Meeting.
J i :00 Sunday School.
,. V ,1 JO Salvation Meeting,
50tON 1H1RD STRICT
VCaptaln Syilln Taylor.
.11:00 Holinen MeeUng.
; S:00 Sunday School. i
? 7-30 Solvation Meeting,
FAIN BOW CITY. CX.
l.avoy J. GUI v.. .
St Kitta and .Jamaica Street.
11:00 HoJjnes Meeting.
3:00 Fvnday School.
. 7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Senior rapt, and Mr. C. Miianwai,
J4th Street. Phone: 3-743
. :45 Church School t
j, 110 Worship Service.
t:45 p.m. Sr. Youlh Pollowihlp,'
W pm. Jr. Youth rallowship.
sjf- Union Church
: vTnera ,411 Pntattaabl
: aaHy la essentials, liberty ta
anennala aad charity to all
' 730 Salvation Meeting.
S '..jl'H ATLANTIC SIDB i
1 The Hev. Paul B, W. 0 lander. Pastor.
I a Bible School. ?
f 10:45 Worship aanrica and Churcb-thst
4 JO Youtb Pellowshto
, rtfH PACIr-IC SIDB
11:00 Hnlines Meeting.
Balboa .. .... -. .
, The Oaeea W. Olee,' Pastor
Balboa Bd. at San Pablo St
Vhona t-148 Church Office 1-S2SS.
: JO Church School rree bus service
' Parsonage Discussion Group.
10 J4 Worship Service The Expanded
- Session (or Nunerv, Kindergarten.
: Primary and Junior Depta.
- Church-time Nurserv for cbUdras
' under 3. ,
'00 Junior-High FeUowaMp, : r
: 4 00 Port-Hlph Fcllowthlp. ...c
1:00 Senior-High Fellowsntp. .,
CAMBOA -" S'Ki"-',
lr. Wallrar M. Alderton, Mmtjter.
Office Pbone 4-4I0 Residence Phone
10 00 a m. Unified Service or Worship
for children, young people and adults.
1 THk IMicthoIIMI CHUBCBi
. - (Brlti.b Confereneei
.; Bev. Wi'iiam H. Armstrong
' 14th SUi Panama Cit
t AO a.m. Mornlnp Praver and
a w p.m. fcuixisy School.
7. IS o m Cvenin Prave and SeimuB
: 11IMTY MfcTHOOIbl CHURCH
Jib Street end lieiendas Aonua. :
, Colon. B P
Rev. Samuel Waldm. Iflnlstae
f So a m. asornlna Service ana Boil
3 p TO- Sunday ScbooL
7 l a.m. -tvenina
(Holy Cocnmunioo 1st Sunday)
atiooday. t JO pa Prayer ataetlna,
' IBVStH.t U Mt.THOIIIbl UHUBCH
Rainbow City. CZ
Rev. Samuel Waldeo. Minuter
Suihm) services a a as am, ..u, p.n
inday School fie all ages al 0'Jn p.a
"Tmr In.lUtlne Te Worship.
Tuesday I pm. Pray el Meeting.
f MllPf 11
Owrtk B MM ajany faith B th Caeel Zaaa, aa1 Vaa terminal
catiaa at Panama aM Cama, IUac a him, eataaa m traUenaa
t sfl rime UMiik) naa at tfca arms seeviras, aad 4a crvUiaa
Miflibm, rnaawl and arranger. ';
A poplar satvica. Km Tha Panama Aaarkaa urs fceiew, ay
danammarsaast, aetkae at bann traevbaa ea) arbat raaalei activities. '.
Matinta ara .ratttfaw (rw Nana H rama. Dmiaarione kava
ami ea rwo miiniWui at Uttad) aside "Or has Caarch And
., Sarrkaa." A apeeiel tatfiat to fajcina'aa' tea aritaa at Armj aaata,
Am 9it. baaea Naval Ms Haas.
, . Milan, thetca creeria
tka Mwa aeek ia wriHa by Wedaeasdey aaaa at tba Ureal al
,. cheat far taa caauag Sataraar'a caaick paaa, ,; v
CHKUTLVl aCUiMtk CMUHUl
fliat Cburcb 01 Christ. Sciential Aoe
tea AOCOD BKHurtara.
Sunday KiMi tedDedef
Sunday scnooi aae a
rtaat Ckatck at ChnM, acieatm.
Utb Svaei Boll vat ttiati
a.miii mWk a m
Sunday UM J. Wednesday
..-A Uuua: 1:00. IM U:0 and
"Holy fty lb-Mi l m aja.
nd BIO DJD.
and 1:00 ta '00 pm Thuraday. aateca
first Friday: m w a.
uim-uloua aladal Novena: 1M pa
on Monday. -Catechism
UM li auua
"HiSchool Btudy Club
BACBKB BKABT ABeoa,
-..- t u. i ia A a JO a m.
Hc 5ayar.AS aJD, and
Sl-. i.hi i-tt ts a:00 and
7:1S to 10 pm. Tnuraday before rim
-prLii: .... w.' --.
CateciuBBi v f w
OUB LADT OP PATIMA-Caraada
Sunday Mas at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 130 pja.
ConJeoiona: 6:00 to 1:45 pa. OB Sat
"r'- ... ... a aa t 10
v -.it. JOSEPH Paratoe
Sunday Maseea at and Idl M.
HolyDay Maaa at 0:00 p.m.
Mr 1. J U.M m.
ConfcHionii Saturday I JO to 4J0 and
BJV W f.b M 4-M
H!V," -a SvfJ.1 MaavaMaa V-M fM
JOinCUlOUB WWai iwaae w
on xuw.,. aj am.... Vkft
rjiniMTI gMaJUCtJUBBli aWalMV v
ST.. VWCKNTa-Pana City -.
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 1:30 ajn.
uw fv M.nasa- 0J0 and 1:00 P.M.
It it tall on Saturday the Masse arc
M and i:S0 a.m.
ri.n.. R.timlae IM to 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pJn. Thviriday before First
Friday T:sa p.nv
ui4.uinua Medal Novena and Sta
tions ot the Crosa: Friday 7HM p.m.
Citechlim CUa: Alter I JO mas
Convert daaal M PA Tueaday and
Tburaday. . ' J4
' ST. TBCTBSA'I CeeeB v
Holy Day Mass:'. t:00 aJa. (It nil
Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Clam: S JO to t pat. on
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLB
ek.4 v.mm' JO and I JO a.m.
nr.b'n.v. Maa! i JO Hon. Thura.
u .. o- iw rririav rum: gM a.m.
Holy uay aoasseai .w aw
confenlon.; 1:30 ta'lJO and 1M to
P-. wHL-L. aw-., i a
' x hinl.
carecniani ivhi f1"-
Convert Claaa: monoay iw a.
8T. THERE!" L
aimdav Mam: 1410 am. t
Holy Day Mass: 130 pm.
r.fnlns Saturday 0:30 to 790 P-m.
Thursday befora run moay v ""
Catechism t:iaa: ; J".
Sacred Heart novetau
Convert viaasi a p-m.
clr ATt A"NTIC SIDB '
Sunday Masses: 6:45. 1:00 and l:Um.
Holy bay Masses: :4 and saw ajn
Confessions: naiuroay esv w
70 to 3K p.m.
Miraculous Medal. Movenai Wednesday
4:15 and 7:00 p.n. '..
Eacrea near novena: arraay m
K.n,rf.v Cvanina Servlem 7:00 BJn.
Convert Clam: 7:15 pm. an Monday
Catechlsrfl uisss: nunaay io:ia bjb. w
11:45 a m. :t0 p.m. to :vo pm.
aira avMraICmoaltlan of Moat Bli
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at f JO
a jn. Saturday morning. j
First Saiurdav Devotions re our uray
of Fatima The Holy Roaary 0 a.m.
first Communion instruction ror cn.
dren .Monday and Shursdaya a:o
' MTBACCLOUS MTOAL-CrWohal
eiimriav M.ss: 70. IHMandlO JOajn.
Holy bay Mane: 1:00. S;00 ajn. and
5:1S Djn. ; ,.-.
Confession: Saturdsy IMtolM and
7-00 to 1:00 pm. After Rosary each eve-
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:11 i
74)0 p.m. en Monday.
catecnism .Class: Altar ana Mass
First Friday Exposition an da during
the School Year. -
First Saturday: Maaa at fM ant.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and t JO a.m.
Holy bay Maaaea: 4:00 ajn. and 4:15
p.m. ....... v
Confess! ora: ana ta 13) and tut to
(-00 pjn. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 100 pat
Church rustory croup every Tuesday
at 7 JO pm.
Teen-Aaaw Club: ijo a a as Wadnasv
day. .i ..
Catecnnm ciasa: ana pm. Thursday..
First Friday Devotions: 740 pm.
Inquiry-Discussion Grouo averv Fri
day 7 JO pm. i
' ST. vTNCKVTS Rslnbew Ot,
Sunday Masses: 4 JO em- and 40
Holy Day Itaasea: 4:00 ta. and M
Confessions : 4-00 ta t$0 and 7.-00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:J a.m. on Sundsy
Convert CI sss every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Rovena: 730 pja
sacred Heart woven; TOO pa aa
Friday. ... .... .,
IMMACITLATK CONCKPTION Gania
Sunday Mass: 8:15 ajn.
Holv Dav Mass: 5 00
Confessional (JO to !tt naa. aai Sat.
Catechism Class: 4:00 p.m. an Monday.
OUB LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday. Masses: 70 and I JO a m.
Holy Day Maaaea: 40 ajn. and 10
pm . r
Coriresalona Saturday at 10 bjb. and
w a ii vvciiii i a aevoiion. ..
Baptism by appointment : u.
Miraculous Medal Novena! f p
Novena t IDa pjn an
Sunday School: 1:30 pm. an Sunday
Religious Instruction Class for Chll-
urm: .uu p.m on Thursday
Relfcious Insfruetlnn fn. .AS.it. .r
Spanish): 70 pm on Mon-
Convert Instructions by appointment
mm4 duple m an aakea ta
The BL la. B. HetM Ceedaa. LT D,
Tka Very Bev. Msiaert J. Petersoa,
V a.T.B, (lean
TBat CATHEDRAL OP ST. MJKB
TJ0 am holy Communion.'
Mam Santa, Communion (4tb Sun-
1:30 a.m. Church SchooL -.'
:4a am, tscucls DonvinicaL
11j00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
noiy communion, (r irst sun.
7 .-00 pa. Evening Prayer and
I JO am. Holy Communion.
70 pre. Evening Prayer.
00 an Holy Communion.
I'M am Holy Communion.
I:l im Mornlna Praver.
UM Mi. -ds Missionary Praver.
CHURCH OP OUB SAViOUB
Third Street. New Cristobal
The Bev. Nolaa O. Akeny
Priest la Charge
. ...... ....
I JO a
(Pint Sunday. Holv
Vcaaar Service and
11 AO am
....... 44 pm
Holy Communion gja a.aa
Chair Rehearaal 7 JO am.
A . n ..
bouh w rrayer wr au people.
Chatcb M St Andrew
The Bev. William W. Baldwin,
" Priest in Ckaree ..
Family Prayer and Cburcb Scnooi,
Morning Prayer and Bermoa U ajn
(H.C tint Sunday In Months,
Bvenlng Prayer 7 JO p.na.
Waekdar Pr- on am
Chapel al The Ueod Sheeherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hares,
. Priaat la Charaa
SDO am. Morning Frayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
St Simea'a Chatcb
John Spear. Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and
mon . :
7:00 i n
Episcopal Young Churchmen
xvencona and Sermon
Mornlna Praver and Holv
Communion ............... t:M am
Evening Prayer ........... 10 p.m.
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdsva ............. 730 a.m.
WEDNESDAYS .: ... ,
.Holy Communl6n 7 on a.m.
'Mornlna Praver .......... 4 00 a m
Evenine Prayer ........... 1:00 PA.
Family Eucharist ......... 3o m.
Office at CompUna ........ t:00 pa.
. i ,:' LA BOCA iyst.
' at Paterae Charch
The Rev. Jena Spear, Priest ta Ckarga
Mnrnine Pravar ana cnurcn 1
School ...... . ,. 4 A
riMnl dirharist and Sar.
tnon . ..-..I. ...i.'. ... 10:30 am.
Holy Baptism ............ 120 noon
Evensong and Address .... JJ0 p.m.
Woman's Auxiliary T:S0 p A
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST
Holy Communion. ......... s.w eja.
Church el St Margaret :'
Cornsr at Espav4 Ave. Braxoa Blvd.
The Rev. Nolan G. Ah era,
Priest tat Chan
.n.m mnpMi hnmm.
4:34 am Morning Prayer and dermon
(1st Siir.dsys, Holy communion?
430 n.m. Confirmation Instruetiona.
' nisael af The Holv Cemfarter
Tea. L. R. Shirley. Priest la Charge
8:30 a A noiy communion.
St Alban'a Chore
. Tat Bev. David A. Osborae.
i PHest tn Choree.
The Rev. Allaa S, Wentt AsrisUat
10 a.m. Choral cucnara. as enneai
t:34 a.m. Infant Baptism.
30 nm. Church School
(held In Building 131
30 PA Youth Fellowship -'M
nm. Enttsrm and Addraa.
A ..a llh WTINlCSt)AYS
730 a ia woman Auxiliary ana iu.
. tar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY (
' St Panl'e Chnrrh
The few. Lemael B. Shirley. Reefer
The Re. Fits B. AtwcU. Deacea
a-M a.m. Holv Cornrmmlon
aan v fhme Eucharlat ai Sermon
U:45 a ra Moming Prayer and Church
12:00 norr Holy Banflam
70 f.w Solemn Vesper ,-
8:30 a m Holy (Communion
, a0 em Holy Cornrmmlon -.
70 pm. Evening Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 rm Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS -
(-04 a.m. Holy communion.
'. CHE 1ST CHURCH aY-THE-gIA
CoMn R de P
. (Ononslte Hntel WesMnetnB.
The Rev. Henry A. Risks,
', Priest ta Charge
'i Associate Bectee "f?
8 -M s m. Rolv Communion.
0 am. Choral EurharM and Sermon.
10:30 a.m Churn nrhani Basal-
130 PA Solemn Evervmnj and
Ba am Rolv Comm union.
134 p.m Evantna Praver and Sermon
830 a A Adult Conflrmatloo Claaa
44 BJB Pnver Guild.
tUt) in Children rncharh.
10 a A Junior Confirmation Claaa
fja BA Comnime nrm M salience.
' HOL.X DAI
( in Holy Commimtnn.
' Chens ef St Mary, the Twite
The Bev. Jena A. SpaUuif,
Priest ta Chars a
Sung atlcnarm tw a.m
Church School t i am
Evern-i and Sarmoa .... .730 p.m
Holy communion. ........ in aja
- .. GATUlf
Bt Georse's CBarefc
: Tka Bev. Jeha A. gpaldlng.
Priest hi Charge
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holv Ccmmunlon 134 am
2nd ANT 4th SUNDAYS
and Sein-Pn .. (-30 a.m
Chirrr Srh" each im I0-10 m
t. St Christopher's Charrh
10th Street Parque Lefevr
The Bev, Clarence W. Hayes,
SUNDAYS .' -x -
4:00 ajsu Holy Communion. '
7 JO a.m. Sung Eucharwt and Sermon.
10 JO ia Morning Prayer and Church
120 noon Holy Baptism.
w p.m. svensong and Sermon.
7 JO pm. 1st and 3rd, Woman i Aun
. liary. :
4:30 PA Jualat Daufhtsr ef the
i -SO p m. Youth FeUowshlB.
i-00 a.m. Holv Communion.
:00 pA Evening Prayer and Religious
4:00 pa Girls' Friendly Society.
4:0 da 1st and 3rd. Slnaletons.
1:30 a m. Junior Cenflrmauon CUA
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
Minister: Bev. Elmer O. Nets
Boa 44, Ancon, CZ. Balboa atiOt
Sunday School ........... 1:43 a.m
Moming Worship ......... 1030 a m
Youth Service ............ 4:45 P-m
Evenine Service 7:30 PA
NJ-MJL Service 10 D m
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 130 pa
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panamt RJ.. 13rd Street East
Bev. S. N. Brewa. BUaJster t
Divine WonniB ........... : n-m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses t..tV 1:5 11:45
nib asm ajr. aunoa ewiuot.
a pa -.-.y;
. JtmnTAH'8 WITNESSES
Meetinoa Thursdava at 7:30 PA and
Sundays l 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
sua Balhta Boa a, BeiDoe.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
n LATTKR.DAY SAINTS (Mermaat
Sundav meetinm in the JWB-USO. La
Boca Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 430 a a Meeting: Sunday School.
fj w Sacrament Meeting, 1030 u.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road,
riati'm. Canal Zone.
Teumhflna. Gatiin 364 or Cristobal 2897
Sunday scnooi iv:w a a. nuiraay aac
retneni Meeting av pjsi. mesaooo
Meatina 030 D.m Wednesday Prinary
430 pa Wednesday Relief aoclety meet
ing as announceo.
' CUKUNDb PBOTgSTAHT
CHURCH r: .'. ';
.. Ray. Paul Holloway, Pastor
. Office, Curundu 3104
Home. Curundu 7114
Mornlna Worship 11 a m.
Youth Meeting 4 pm.
Evening Worship 1 P-m.
-, OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
Si Rapes) The Arcaatngal
1.1th St Wast No 1
Kith SwkwM' Sun-., at 134 am
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and rbursdavs
Saeramem ot UneuoB Irieaim aer-j
vice) First Sunday ot each montB
730 OA.,.,::,.:;--': if,.,.,,,;'
SSaaatt BaHWt: Chrartiaa
,.v Paiisma R. P
tt Ray, T. .snoA a 0.
Mamlna devotlo-. al ........ 40 SJB
Fellowahtp Worshm al U4 la.
Jiuul.. Si.hMl mt ......y lV
Oivina Servloe at ........... M PA
1 SARA1 CTNTFR
,i.t I BAHAI'S CKNTLB
U Vint Strait
UrbenlEBctoa El Carmen. Panami City.
informal Taias ana uiscussione
Thursday ..........80 PA
, teaetair American Basaar)
Study Qaas......Thuradaya, 134 P-m
' BETHEL MISSION CHURni
Eapalaba St. Paralao, CZ.
. In WaMaba H. Stewart,
Sunday: 11:00 a A Worship Service.
30 p.A Sunday School.
7:1$ pA Gospel Service.
Morula v: 130 Young People Society
Wednesday: 130 Mid-week Christian
ri,iiMi.w, on enmr Kenearsai.
Friday: 130 Women's Missionary Ss
THE CHURCH OF GOD
1038 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. GraneJsea. Paster
Sunday Schol 4:30 a.m.
Mornlna Worshin ............ 10(30 a.m
Night service pjn
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta,
Rainbow City, Canal Zone
Rev. G. W. Graadlaen. Paster
Mornlna Worship 40 aJtr
Sundav School .............. 10:30 a.m
Night service rn fjs.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
. New Previdence
' Ma Maude Hlnea. Paster
Stmdav School 100 am
Morning Worship ............ 110 Ml
Night bervice i -n pa.
THK CHURCH OF GOB
Car. "N" and Mariana Areenaeaa Sta.'
Rev. was. J. Jehnsaa Pastor
Sunday School 4:34 OA.
Moming Worship 10:30 ia.
Night Service 130 p.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rla Abajo
. Monte osear lie bs.
Rev. Was. J. Jehaaea. Pastor
Simdav Schoo 4:30 a A.
Moming Worship ........... 1030 a A.
Night Service ,130 p
" COMMUNITY CHURCH ',;
Diablo Heights, CX.
- (FuU Gospel) r
Specie) Enrlneert Rldf., Diablo Heights
aunaay scnooi ,....
Worship Service .......... 10:44 a.m.
Youth Service 70 pa
Evangelistic Service 1:30 p.m.
Wad. Bible Study Js Prayer 730 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD (PmteeastaD
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
Ium a9 Hm K.1. Camhoa
Churches at Paraiso, CZ. (Rev. and
Mr. Herman Q. Whyta). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence ), Rio Abate
i Rev: and Mrs. Charles Haynee). and
CaUvd (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday ana wee days services as sui
Posts and Bases
- PACtnc SIDB
Church-Tim Nursery School
Sunday School f Bui Mine no.
Moming Worship 1014
Wednesday Evening prayer Mem.
Ina and Bible Claaa ..........
Sunday 6cboo) (Building Na
Evening Bible Study
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School pan
Adult Bible Clam (NCO Oub)- 430
Moming Worship ,,v.. 4:15 h 10:44
Youth Fellowship 4:30
Eevenlng Worship 330
US. NAVAL STATION.' Rodman
Sunday School 4:30
Moming Worship 110
Holy Communion First Sunday
13th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL Margaret Episcopal .Church) Sunday
Holy Communion (Episcopal).. 130j4:00 p.m.'' Ml
GI Convicted Of Tavern Brawl
Slaying, Jury Urges Leniency
LEEDS, England, July 21 (UP)
A British civil court found, an
American airman tfumy ot mur mur-Hr
Hr mur-Hr vestprdav and sentenced him
to death It was the first such ver verdict
dict verdict against an American military
man in Britain since World War
A2t. james c. joruuu, a
of Newark, N.J.. was convicted of
sUbbing a British laborer to death
in a tavern brawL .
Th iurv of 10 men ana iwu
womeh recommended mercy after
deliberating three Hours ana u
minutes on a verdict, mx. justice
Ttvrna. the Dresicung juage, saia
- .. .u w
the recommenaauon wuuiu w i
warded to higher legal authorities
Thro othar Amarieana ware
acqutttad of ttto tnupii n
which Jordart was condemand.
The court Thursday di4mi4sed
tha ea4 agalrrrt A1C U a r a y
Grayson, 2a, of Braoaiyn, r. i.
A3C James P. Martin, p.,"
Chattanoosa, Tann.; ano
Vlncant Hill, If. fChieago. ah
B. sadfe IJaBatosHlafatl.'
Th. hirife held tire was insuf
ficient evidence against them.
Alt four men were oasea at. uie
U.S. Ait Force neitt in uoime-ou
Jordan, a tall, slim a irman
"niamnnd Jim. shrug-
klivwu mm ; ,
ged his shoulders. wnen oe neaiu
the verdict. - .'w:
Ha was aCCUSed 01 Siauuuig nai
to TtBBiimnnt. 27. m s uvern
k..u,i in Hull on Mav 4.
. . ir.
wM.n nlbarlMl not guilty, nc
..111 h. rlrear a knife tO protect
himself when Beaumont
him for talking to a gin.
be did not open the knife a n d
doubted that he had inflicted the
fatal wound, f.-.o
Moming Worship ...
Holy Communion First Sunday
FORT AMADOR :
Sunday Masses .4.....,
.Sunday ........ .,;
FORT CLAYTOR 1 ?
Daily Mass '",'. it
Sunday Masses ..........7 at
r,f.lnns. Saturday ...130 at
Snanlsh .......... .......
No. Ill) 10
r.2.faariAna. Saturdav (Building
. nnntf .re rnnrf BASK
Aljinuui. w w-.y aJM,
Dslly Mass ..,.,.-.
Saturday Mam ,:
Sunday Maaa ..........7.45
Dally mass j;rr
aimnav Maaa 830
FORT KOBBE . o
Saturday h j. ...,... .,
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
Saturday ... ........,..,. .4
Sunday School ................
Morning Worship ....w.........
Midweek FcUowshlp, Thursday..
Youth Fellowship. Sunday
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Holy Communion First Sunday
U.S. NATAL STATION, Coca Sola
COCO 80LITO -
Service in all Churches a
Sabbath School 830 am.:
Divine Service 11 :00 m. ,
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study and
Service 730 n.m. V
Pacific Side Panami ft Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 88,3 3304
Caba Verde, Ave. 4. f. da ia ua no
Chorr llo ZSth Ho. 17
Pueblo Nueve 3-A St between Srd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo 11th St Ho. 37 -Balboa
Chapel 0S44 GavUin Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only). ---
Spanish Chnreh Panaasi aad
Pastor Ruben Ruis
Panama, Calle uarien no. a
Cristobal. 16th ft Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa ft Frljoim.
District Pastor A. A. GrbsM
TeL No. 4-103 '
Gamboa Prsltt Parkway rrljole.
AtlnHe Side CeMa jmd
Cristahal Dhtaiet :', ":,V ''.,'
V.rinr BlahlatU-TcL 38324
Colon Srd SL ft central Ave. untto-
hul nth ft Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavllan Road TeL 8-
1858. V i
Jewlsn Welfare Board Bid Ttt-X La
Boca Road, Balboa, CZ. Skbhl Nathan
Servie Friday. 134 pm Saturuay
330 p m . .
(See a,M fisting ef Jewish
urer Pou Basea and Stations). :
rinaraaatinn Kol Sheerlth KraeL Ave
nlda Cub and 34th Street Bella Vista
Panarat City Services 80 pm
RRFDKMKR LUTHER 41 rHURCal
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
Re. Robert F. Geasiek, Pastor
P.O. Boa 464. Bsfcoa.
Sunday School. Bible class 80 .m
Divine Service 10:13 am.
"Divine Service at Margarita tin St
If was tha first time since tha
return af Americans ta man de
tente bases in Britain in 1951
that a U. S. serviceman faced
execution In Britain. 1
The last such case was in 1945,
during the war, when Pvt. Carl
Hulton, a 23-year-old paratrooper
from Boston, was hanged in Lon London's
don's London's Pentonville Prison for the
murder of a British taxi driver.
Marina Jones, a British girl, was
tried with him but won a reprieve
cf sentence and later was releas released
ed released from prison.
Britain has not executed a con
demned man in nearly one year
because ot current, debate in Par
liament on whether hanging should
The House of Commons has ap
proved abolition of the death pen
alty, but toe House of Lords nas
refused to. approve it. As a result,
the bill must go before Parliament
agin.',. .'.. -; ''
Meantime, all condemned per
sons have been repneved, await awaiting
ing awaiting the final outcome of the mea measure.
sure. measure. I
-r (NEA Telephoto)
RESIGNS Matyas Rakosl,
First Secretary of the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Communist Party, has
resigned, according: to a Buda Budapest
pest Budapest radio announcement. The
resignation of the man who
ruled Hungary with an iron
hand since the end of World
War II occurred after a near,
revolt of Intellectuals of the
Hungarian Communist Party.
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Nixon's '52 Political Adviser
Comes Under Senatorial Probi
I' WASHINGTON. Jul 21 fUPV-
' fenate investigators agreed yester-
eay on a ttraignt party-line vote
, nol(j puyij hearings on the le le-,
, le-, gal activities of Murray M. Cboti-
' ner. Vice President Richard M.
Kuoa'a 1&52 campaign manager.
I .. The inauinr was annrnvnl h
tha Four Democrats on the Sen
ate Investigating Subcommittee
The three Republican members
voted "present' after failing in an
effort to broaden the hearings into
a general investigation of political
The subcommittee staff has in in-vestigated
vestigated in-vestigated Chotiner's handling of
at least six cases involving the
' federal government. The Beverly
Hills, Calif, attorney subsequently
produced records on some of his
.. extensive law practice in response
t to a subpena.
'- CholliMr, Nixen's longtime
friend and political adviser.
managed his 1952 campaign for
the vice presidency and subse subsequently
quently subsequently advised the GOP Nation National
al National Committee. Earlier he aided
in campaigns f Sen. William F,
v Knowland (R-Calif.) and then
Gev. Earl Warren.
; After Chotiner came under in investigation,
vestigation, investigation, Republican National
Chairman Leonard W. Hall an announced
nounced announced his services would not be
utilised, by the GOP committee
hii year. Nixon said last Satur Satur-,
, Satur-, day that Chotiner would have no
part in his reelection campaign.
The timing of the congressional
hearings was left to the discretion
of Chairman John L. McClellan
J (D-Ark.). He said he could not say
when they would be held except
'y war. 11 was unlikely they would
ing to adjourn then. V
Sen. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.)
who tried unsuccessfully to expand
the inquiry to cover other promi prominent
nent prominent figuresincluding Democrats
told newsmen the hearings will
"degenerate into political bicker-
v ha accused the Democrats' of
"paHisan voting" in which thay
"refused to recognise the minork
ty as part of the team."
"Instead of a thoroughgoing in
vestlgation of influence peddling,
it will degenerate into nolitical
bickering and accusations, Mundt
predicted after the' closed session.
Mundt said the subcommittee
staff briefed members on results
of their preliminary investigation
"Based on the evidenses so far
disclosed to the Republicans," he
said, "there is nothing markedly
different irt what Chotiner has
done from what a dozen other: at
torneys of both parties do as part
01 tneir regular misiness 0: repre representing
senting representing clients before government
"Not one iota of evidence has
been shown us Indicating corrup corruption,
tion, corruption, attempted bribery, the exer
cise 01 undue political influence
or violation of the public interest.".
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Herrer entertained with a cocktail party at the Embassy, Thursday r.ight. Shown here from
left to right arer Juan Pinillos, Counselor of State of Guatemalan Government; Jacobo Ma- .1
ria (Panama) ReTista Nuevo Rumbos; Esteban Lopez R., Ptblie Relations, United Fruit
Company Panama); Daniel Jacinto Fuentes, from La Nacidn (Panama); His Excellency, Dr.
Roberto Herrera, Guatemalan Ambassador to Panama; -Col. Jose Arturo Gonzalez, Chief of
Public Relations, Guatemala Army; .Armando Moreno Guillen, from Mundo. Grafico (Pan-
ama)1 Ricardo Lince Editor, El Panama America; Miss Muriel Mykland; Marco Antonio ;
tareai Public Relations (Guatemala) ; Oscar E. Conde, Director,-Radio Sucesos. ; (Guatema (Guatemala);
la); (Guatemala); Francisco Montenegro Sierra, Director, "Guatemala Flash." v v Si
Panama 3irit dlaly Qwei
De&a Olfa A. de Arias, wife f the President of Panama,
was hwtess this afternoon at a tea in honor of the three
; Tisitint; PresidenU wives, Mr. Castillo Armas, wife of the
President of Guatemala; Mrs.. Alberto Zubiria, wife of the
president f Uruguay and Mrs. Anastasio Somoia, wife of
the President of Nicaragua, x.. --vx'i.w-x-'-j:':,;
- Wives of the OAS Ambassadors were also special guests
at the tea which was given at the Presidencia.
Reception At Unieri Club In Honor
Of Colombia's Doy'
Dr. Raul H. Barrios, Colombian
Ambassador to Panama, was host
at a, reception given yesterday
nonn at the Union Club, to cele
brate the 146th Anniversary of the
Proclamation of. Independence of
Colombia. - ' :
More than1 300 guests, attended.
Proidnt Of Gootomala
IIoli'i Press Cnfrnce -;".'
Colonel Castillo Armas, Presi-
' dent of Guatemala will bold a
press conference today at 5:30
p.m. t the Guatemalan Embassy
on Calle Ricardo Arias in Campo
Alegre, with members of the local
and foreign press attending the
meetings of the OAS and the Pres-j
idents of the Americas.
Mrs. i. J. Vellarine Entertains
Wives Of OAS Ambassadors
Mrs J. J. Vallarino gave a buf buffet
fet buffet luncheon at her home in Bella
Vista yesterday in honor of the
wives of the visiting OAS Ambas Ambassadors.
sadors. Ambassadors. Michael Stroup
Ham For Vactioit
Michael Stroup, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. H, Stroup is visiung his
narents at their home on 4th of
Jiilv Avenue. v.-.i
Michael has completed two years
at the University of Colorado and
one year at school in Florence, i i-taly,
taly, i-taly, where he is studying, archi architecture."'
tecture."' architecture."' -
Hamett And Dunn Dance for
Hospital tonofit In Colon v
Harnett and Dunn, the well-
known local dance team, will take
part In the benefit show at the
Strangers Club at S p.m. this eve evening.
ning. evening. This dance is sponsored by
th Inter-American Womens' Club
Colon Unit. Proceeds will go to
Colon'a Amador Guerrero Hospital
far Polio research and machines,
Two new numbers included by
Harnett and Dunn in their ; pre
print are the Mereneue ana ue
Cha Cha Cha.
, VictiM Pratt Honored - ..
Ptnamt Newsnanermen's union
gave a cocktail party in honor of
the visiting journalists, covering
tha Presidential Meetine. at the
Csa del Periodistas last night
Sorvieomon's Hit Parade
- Another nrst" in -Sunday ve-i
king entertainment is being pre-
By United Press
(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
THE LAST, HURRAH Edwin
O Connor '- f
was' ANDERSONYILLE MacKmlay
Kamor 1 i
THE MANDARINS Simone de
IMPERIAL WOMAN Pearl S.
OF BEAUTY A. J.
Most Americans have some
recollection ofvNathanial Greene,
the doughty Quaker ironmaster
irora Khode ..Island, who
ueorge Washington s ablest gen general
eral general and sometime second-in-com
mand in the American Revolution.
His wife, the former Catherine
Littlefield. is less well-known to
history although she was as re- A THING
markable in her way as. he. Cronin
Shirley Seifert's LET MY AUNTIE
NAME STAND FAIR (Lippincott) Dennis
is a fictionized bioeraDhv of Catv
Greene, dedicated to reminding f Non-Fiction
the public of her claim to fame
and to erasing the stigma that the j THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN Sir
Boss in ot her div attar-luxi in heri. Winston Churchill
name. ?: ARTHRITIS AND COMMON) with wooden picks. ; Dredge rolls
Inevitably, any account of thel SENSE Dane Dale Alexander with seasoned flour. Brown on all
Greenes' life together must inj'GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne sides in hot lard or drippings. Ad
some measure be a history of the Morrow Lindbergh water, cover and simmer on top
Revolution. Unlike a modern wife! PROFILES lt COURAGE John, of range or in a slow oven (3W
in wartime, Mrs.; Greene was! F. Kennedy (degrees F.) for lis to 2 hours or
often able, to follow her husband iGUESTWARD HO! Barbara until meat is tender.
Hoolon and Patrick Dennis
YOUTH Aniold GeseU and
others ';: s-
STUFFED BEEF BIRDS OFFER
AN INEXPENSIVE DELICACY
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Here are two economy meat
treats. We tried them on the (ami
ly and everyone said "okay."
Two pounds beef round steak,
cut Vs-inch thick, bread stuffing,
Mi cup flour, 1 teaspoon salt, H
teaspoon, pepper, 3 tablespoons
lard oe drippings, Vt cup waler,
Cut round steak into individual
servings ( about 2 x 4-inches in
size). Place a spoonful of well well-seasoned
seasoned well-seasoned bread stuffing on each
piece of steak. Roil and fasten
PURE ; DEUCIpUS
! pP 1
Fresh at M outdoors f
sented tomorrow at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces- Service Center be
sinnine at S u.m.
The Servicemen's Hit Parade
will feature the selection of the topi
song hits of the week as seen and
heard, through the Canal Zone
servicemen's eyes and ears.
Regular ballot sheets and tallies
will be kept to determine the or order
der order of songs and their popularity
with Uncle Sam's boys. f
Dancing will prevail throughout
the. evening starting at 8 p.m.
Cone Pixloy Will Address
Astronomy Club 4
The Panama Canal Astronomy
Club will hold its monthly meeting
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., on the sec
ond floor of the Margarita Service
Center. The group will be happy
terested in any phase of Astrono
my, Mr. Gene Fixley, speaker tor
the evening has chosen The Sun"
as his subject.
L. Fowquotto Will Talk
ON Frogs Of Canal Zone
At the meeting of the Panama
Canal Natural History Society to
be held Wednesday, at 8 p.m. at
the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory,
Panama City, Lt. M. J. Fouquette,
Jr. wur speak to the society
the subject "Frogs of the Canal
Zone," supplemented by c o 1 o r
slides and tape recordings ot voic
Lt. Fouauette is presently serv
ing in Panama with the 26th Air
Rescue Squadron. His specialized
field is Herpetology. He received
his M. A. in Zoology at the Uni
versity of Texas in 1953, and 1 is
doing research in this area toward
a Ph.D. deeree. in off-duty time.
Although his "interests cover all
reptiles and. amphibians in this
area, he is working specincauy
with a group of small tree frogs
in the Canal Zone.
Lt. Fouauette has found that the
Golden Frog are not confined to
El Valle, as many people believed,
but may be found in c e r t a 1 n
streams along the Pacific slope
near El Valle. He has one colored
slide showing the wide variety of
markings on these lamous trogs.
tired when she -gets back home
than she .was when she left.
Weeks Like All The Others
Some men think the ideal vaca
tion is Just to be able to stay
away from the -office for two
weeks .spending the time at home.
But that again is no vacation for
the housewife. Her lob goes on
just the same as it does the other
50 weeks in the vear.
Sd it is important for a family,
when planning a vacation, to
make sure that it is going to he a
real vacation for every- member,
of the family not just for Papa
and the kids.
Just as much as Papa needs; to
eet away from the office.' Mama
needs to get away from the kitch
en and to have a vacation f poi
where the fids are as little trou
ble as nossible.'.
Think it over, men. Is that va
cation you are planning going to
be a vacation tor your wue, uto:
51. Pclcr's Holds
Service Tcr.crrov :
: Uolv communion will be eele
brated at St Peter's church in
La Boca tomorrow morning with
anerlal intentions for the Indian
missions in the archdeaconry of
The Rev. John Spear, priest In
charge of St, Peter's cnurcn
who is also chairman of the De
partment of Christian Social Re Relation
lation Relation in the diocese, will be
celebrant and preachef at tnlt
service, which beeins at 10:30.
A tag sale has been started inJ
the narish to raise xunos ioi
medical work amons the In
dians, and this, will end the first
Sunday night in August wltn i
misslonarv service. The Rev. Al
lan R. "Wentt. deacon, will be
iTOmorrow a confirmation class
will also be started by Father
fpear, beglnnlna: 9:30. Children
in the Darish old enough -for
confirmation rites are expected
to enroll. i
aimist to tne Dattlelront. and a
list of her stopping places is
virtually a catalog of early Con Continental
tinental Continental reverses Boston in 1775,
New York in 1776, Philadelphia in
1777, Valley. Forge in the first
bitter -months f 1778, and so on.
As chance would have it, she was
seldom on hand for the American
As her husband's wife and as a
charming hostess in her own right,
Caty Greene was an intimate of
the leaders whose names are writ written
ten written large in early American
history more especially of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Israel ; Putnam,- "Mad
Anthony" Wayne, both Alexander
Hamilton and Aaron Burr, .and
"Ught Horse Harry" Lee-Robert
E.'s father who died at her home
hv Georgia years after the war.
According ,.. to contemporary
scandal, she knew some of her
husband's fellow-generals better
than she should. Miss Seifert be believes,
lieves, believes, however, that the original
accounts : argue as strongly in
Mrs. Greene's favor as aeainst
ner, ana sne nas chosen to take
the- lady side of the argument.
This is an absorbing and enter
laimngiy written account 01 a
marriage that stood the strain of
war and, of a woman who rose
gallantly to meet the challenges
of a "world turned iipside
ksk the next 10 people you meet
who William H. Seward was and
they may say he was secretary -of
state under Lincoln or that he was
the disappointed candidate for the
Republican nomination in 1860.
Earl Conrad, who has written
MR. SEWARD FOR THE DE
rtWbB, (Khinehart) has dug up
the little-known story of Seward's
defense of a- Negro -murderer in
New York State,, the first case in
11 Die, 72 Injured;
At 'Gift Of Codv
Silesia Coal Mine
WARSAW, July 21 (UP):- An
explosion in a coal mine in UDDer
suesia Killed n person and m
jured 72 others, Polish officials re reported
ported reported yesterday.
ahey said the blast occurred at
the Boze Dary coal mine. The
nam means "Gift of God.
DON'T OVERLOOK THE WIFE
WHEN PLANNING VACATION 1
When is a vacation not a vaca vacation?
tion? vacation? ,,v .- v.ti! ,.iv.: .;
Quite a few wives could raise
their hands and answer that, ques-j
tion with dispatch.
A vacation is not a vacation,
one wife would say, when we do
what we do every year, load the
kids in the car in the middle of
the summer heat and drive a
thousand miles each way to visit
my husband's people. With young
children that kind of a vacation
can be real work, as any number
of wives have written me to say.
Another vacation some women
consider is no vacaton at. all is
wheh the t family i supposedly
roughs it with Mama cooking
three meals a day with makeshift
equipment. If the cooking, dish
washing, laundering, etc.. go on
just the same for the housewife which the ground of Insanity was
wnen snes on vacation- you pieaoea in oetan. , ;
can t expect ner to. Ieemucn tess isewara, iresn from the' cover
Ham -in Basket
(Yield; t servings)
One and one-half cups ground
cooked ham, ,6 large hard rolls, 3
hard-cooked eggs, chopped, 1 tea
spoon chopped parsley, iv table
spoons butter or margarine, 1 ta
blespoon flour, t teaspoon salt,
H teaspoon pepper, iv cups mux,
tablespoons prepared mustard,
pimiento, if desired.
Cut a slice from the top of each
roll. Scoop out the center of the
rolls. Combine cooked ham, hard hard-cooked
cooked hard-cooked eggs and parsley. Melt
butter or margarine. Stir in flour,
salt and pepper. Add milk stirring
constantly until thickened. Add
mustard. Add ham and egg mix mixture
ture mixture to mustard sauce. Fill buns
with creamed mixture. Heat rolls
in a moderate oven (350 degrees
F.) for 10 minutes. Garnish with
chopped pimiento, if desired.
Stuffed beef birds, whipped pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, fresh corn and lima beans,
seeded rolls, butter or margarine,
sliced tomatoes, fresh blackberry
pie, coffee, tea, milk,
norship of New, York, took the
ease of William Freeman.1 a Ne Negro
gro Negro who had killed most of a fam family
ily family he hardly knew. To Seward.
Freeman obviously was insane.
But insanity was a doubtful plea
in those early' days of juris jurisprudence.
prudence. jurisprudence. Seward courted and
got the wrath of his home town
of Auburn, N.Y., for defending the
l Seward- brought In famous ohv
sicians as witnesses. The attorney
general of New York, son of
President Van Buren prosecuted
.the case. Seward lost after a long
trial. The, jury held Freeman
guilty and he was sentenced to
hang, An appeal to the state's
highest court won an order for a
retrial But before the trial could
be held Freeman died in jail. An
autopsv established that his brain
Thus Seward won his vindica
tion in the morgue and went on to
be a presidential candidate and
lecretary of state.
conraas story is dramatic.
Much of it is quotation from the
court record. . ,.
FOUNTAIN OF VOUTH VOUTH-Cool
Cool VOUTH-Cool heads prevail when tem temperatures
peratures temperatures aoar at Greenville,
S.C Pourer, Michael Moody, 4,
changes placet with brother
Junie, S, when a aatiafactory
state of saturation has been 1
See Maytag Today!
"J" St. No. 13-A-30 Tivoll Ave.
Tels. 2-2386 2-2142 2-3265
I FORUORN Looking as wlst wlst-I
I wlst-I ful as a bride deserted at the
i altar, two year old Virginia
Gibbons drew "Aha" from by by-i
i by-i s tenders. She was one of the
; attendants at a recent society
wedding in London.
MAN AND MARSUPIAL A
rare blur syer kangaroo, one
Of three specimens in the
world, poses in the arms of
American comedian name
Marlowe, after the pair ar arrived
rived arrived by plant In -San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, The kangaroo la the sec second
ond second of its type ever to come to
the United States. Marlowe, a
"native of Buffalo,- N.r,took
the animal to the zoo there.
About hi! latest novel. A WALK
ON THE WILD- SIDE (Farrar.l
Straus and Cudahy) Nelson Algren
says: "The book asks why lost
people sometimes develop into
greater human beings than those
who nave never been lost in their
whole .lives." r ; t
Dove Linkhorn is "lost". The
depression is just starting when
be leaves his home in Texas on a
passing freight train. 'Dove is a
country boy m knight's armor,
but nobody wants- his services in
the New Orleans, of 1931, Not will willing
ing willing it, and yet not against his
will, Dove drifts into the shadows
of Perdido Street. vv...--,
In this world, more garish than
any carnival; Dove Linkhorn is
the classic clown. He is battered,'
beaten and humiliated but never
defeated. -Algren gets across
his point in this sometimes
A SINCERE WELCOME TO OUR I
J nirTinri uri irr tir nvnc n
uij i mvjUijncL' vui iuij. .
Thinking of a souvenir from Panama
for your folks?
THEN VISIT US. .
We have lovely items:
Typical Ornaments I
BESIDE THE BELLA VISTA THEATER
Treat your :
. meat to
: DifFerent-fbecaufle it's
irturiT largat telling prtpartd muttard
The Pacific Stem Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER ISiO)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENfjER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "CUZCO" ...
8.8. "KENUTA" .,
S.S. "REINA DEL
. TO UNITED KINGDOM via CARTAGENA, IA GUAIRA,
, KINGSTON, HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA,
SPAIN and FRANCE.
M.V. "REINA DEL PACinCO" (18,000 Tons) ......July 28
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" 20,225 Tons
M.V "SALAMANCA" ...
M.V. "SALAVERRT" .
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
GOWAN" July 28
RYAN" --Aug. 4
Alf Sailing Subject to Change Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co- Cristobal TeLi 16545
55 Tel. 8-12578
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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Stat v
. Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savingi Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
...... .... .1.. ... ai, j
We make loans with guarantees on first mortt(s
or other securities.
25 c. 50 c. $1.00 and 55.00
deposits are accepted thrju a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
e.i documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA COLON BRANCH:
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
Front St. at corner
of Itb SL
G. A. DeROUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V,
ry Manager i Sub-Manager '.
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8:00 a.m. to 12;00 p.m.
Warm greetings and a sincere
welcomejo the presidents of the
, Slmericqn (Republics anils the
Shnbassadors of the &rganization
or JXmerican Stat
40 TO 50 BELOW LT. S. A. PRICES
ZEISS LENS JF 2 or F. 3.5
Speed ll 000 of a second
LE1TZ and ZEISS BINOCULARS
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155 Central Avenue
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t ATTRDAY, JTLY il, 13:1
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mtu, caUoooM, ull"
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Canal Zone Udlea
For Smart and Lovely Hair
t" Double Lanolin Wave
Y.M.C.A. Beauty Salon
ATTENTION s Unique oppor opportunity.
tunity. opportunity. Antique furniture, Goth-
ic ayl7 all handmade by
famous Eiireptae artists, Phone
FOR SALE: One Simmom
kU kJ witk ceil spri anal
wattKtt, 45th Street No. 2 2-219,
219, 2-219, Aer. 2.
FOR SALE: Mehooiny bed,
mattress, sprinfs and dresser.
Call Balboa 1723.
Get Double Reward
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UP)
Two employes have received sub
stantial additional awards for
ideas that first earned money for
them a year ago under Eastman
Kodak's suggestion system.
Ned Bauer of Rochester re
ceived an additional award of
$2,000 for an idea which brought
him 52,500 in 1955. xne suggestion
led to a change in the method of
returning unexposed sections of 35
mm. film to customers.
Roy Ammering of Spencerport,
N.Y., received an additional $1,700
for his suggestion concerning an
automatic negative release on ko-
dacolor printers. Since 1939, Am
mering has been awarded 86,696
for his ideas.
Every Heavy Rain
Floods Neb. Area
WAUNET, Neb. (UP)
Residents of this area got more
proof in June that the region just
can't stand a lot or. rain, no mat
ter how dry it eeti. 1
The town was -flooded witn lour
to six feet of water by June rains
ranging up to six inches, follow
ing a long ory speu.
The flooding was reminiscent of
the famous flood of 1935 along the
Republican River in the same
area, whicn caused lua oeatns ana
S9 million in property damages
senes or. iiooa prevention ana
conservation dams on tne Kepun
linan ha put the incidence oi
fiiooding along the river, but heavy
rams still can take their ton m
the area, the experts pointed out
1954 Willys Station Wagon
In good;' condition. Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-45Q5c
Jutt received new ship-
merit of famous English
: hi-fi rscord-changsrs,
now modsl R.C 88.
,1 Central J6-7S (mext to
i P.s Wo also' fcavo
- 25 cycle motors.
Sky For Atom Dust
LOS ANGELES (UP) Dr
Zdenek Sekera. University of Cal
ifornia meteorologist, will seek to
determine to what extent atomic
dust fills the stratosphere after an
He will study the differences in
the deeree of polarization of the
daylight sky before and after the
recent H-bomD tests in ine rr
ciflC. J :
Similar measurements have
been made following major vol volcanic
canic volcanic eruptions. It was found that
hues clouds of volcanic dust drift
ed through the stratosphere
around the world. The research
will be done under a contract with
the Atomic Energy Commission
and the Air Force.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Automobiles alcoholics anqnymous,
BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1951 cream V-8 BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Ford Deluxe, ovtrdrrve, good 1 1
condition Phona Balboa 3260. r. Car Ownar: Are yoe diigutr-
' ed with the present servicing at
FOR SALE -1953 4-door black 'your auto? Why not call John
Ford, overdrive, radio, heater,. 5 tron f uaranreed auto repairs?,
flood white tidewaH tires, rubber Phone 456-A. 16th St Melen-
: undercoatad, excellent condition, dex. Colon, R.P. v
S1050. Phone 86-6135.
' West Bank Ladies! Every beauty
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford Six, ex- service at Genell s'Besuty Shop.
; callent transportation Call 2 Haiel Ann, experienced State-
4124, or see at 5611 Diablo aide operators. Open Monday
Hrs.v through Saturday. Cocoli Club-
, , 1 house, Navy 3812.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet 1 ,,
model 210, radio, backup lights, COP C AI C
ww, directionals, seat covers, , TvIV vMLC
excellent condition SI 350. Call v 11
84-4152 during day, 84-4253 MlSCellaneOUa
FOR SALE: Smith-Cerana port-'
FOR SALE: Buick sedan 4-dr., able typewriter and case, English,'
good condition, 4 new tires. Bar-, like new $65. May be teen at
gain. 7th St. 9063, Apt. 6, Co- Lewis Service, Avenida Tivoli
Ion. Phone 756. X No. 18-52.
FOR SALE : 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere 4-door sedan'. Cream F0R SALE: Full length mink
and red paint, tinted glass, Pow- -1 eM. excellent condition. Phone
er Flite, white lidewalls. chrome 3-4633, Mrs. Herman, P.O. Box
vent shades, 13,500 miles, 501; Panama.
S2I0Q. Cristobal 3-2482. ..,
FOR SALE: 1953 MG Sport ?"LE15.0i'",
Roadst., excellent xhapa. Writ. l V' C"'
E. Nason, Box 89, Balboa. zi6'
, u ,:
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiae Con- FOR SALEPortable compres-
vartible, duty paid, good top. t with i.f,p i ,eetri motor
good """9. condition SI75 $200; 1949 Chevrolet motor.
Phone Balboa 2-2863. ; ir, aj, Secassorias. excellent
; FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Ranch JT.l!il
Wagon, 6-cyl., directional lig- Stad.um). AccesonOa Caton
.. nals,. 6-ply tires, excellent con- v.. .f: i--.,.,
dition. Quick sale, $1150. Bring FOR SALE: Patio furniture,
cash, drive it away. Qtrs. 310-A, bicycle, electric train. Call Cris-
Ft. Clayton. Phone 4239. tobal 1095..
SECURITIES W PANAMA
' '.,.'. (tuotatJow by
1 AUAt, MATUSS1 A ASSOCUTEt
tf. BM Aab
. Abattoir Hadonal ...... : 's
Banct ndudarlo ...... 1"
Cemento Panam TS ft-59
Canrecerla Nadonal .... 81
Chlricana da Loebo .... 11
Coca CoU ......... ..
Cuentaa Comerdalea f .. 5 '.
, Prat with Cam. ..... .'I
. DesUladora Nadonal ; V f
! Fret, with Com. ..... :
rioanzaa, 8. A. .
Prat with Cam. M
Fuerea y tux PreL ... 4111
'. fuerza y UiawCom.''.i
Hotela tnteramrrkanea. St4
General da Sefuroe .... H
Panamefia da Aeeltea ... j M
Paiumefla do Flbraa '.
... pajuuncfia da SeaurceM, 9,
Panamefia de Tebtco .. 10 11 11
Teatro Beliavbta ..... 750
Teatro Central MO
Jr. Collegers Role
T.OS ANGELES (UP) A
UCLA nrofessor says that with
couege enroumenis on u in increase
crease increase all over the nation, more
attention should be given to de-
velnnine- tumor collene facilities'.
Dr. B. Lamar jonnson, proies proies-sor
sor proies-sor of education, said that "prop "properly
erly "properly supported junior colleges are
doing an excellent job of training
their students, both for college en
try and for positions requiring
only two years of .college train
ing." He gave nis opinion iouow iouow-ing
ing iouow-ing a nationwide tour of colleges
To Drive Tractor
GLEN ELDER. Kan. (TJP)-
Two-year-oid Tim Forter rates as
the youngest tractor operator
hereabouts, but not the best. The
youngster climbed aboard his fe
wer s macnine, sianea me engine
and put the tractor in gear. It
raced across the farmyard, broke
off a water hydrant, hit a truck
and stopped. The boy's mother
dashed up and shut off the engine.
INCOME RISE POSSIBLE
LOS ANGELES (UP) The
average American family's in
rome may rise by as much as 70
ner cent by 1981, according to a
prediction by a former economic
adviser to President Eisenhower
In his book: "Can Prosperity Be
Sustained", Dr. Neil H. Jacoby,
who is now dean of the graduate
school of business at the Univer Univer-rtty
rtty Univer-rtty of !iforni-'t" Lo-Aiele
foresees this growth. "If our eco-
nomic policies aim at a high
incentive economy, in which gov government
ernment government actively supports the'
expansion of private enterprise".
BEE-WITCHED, BOTHERED, BEE-WILDERED That's
what residents of Pittsburgh. Pa, were when a swarm of bees
settled on the curb of a busy downtown street. But Betty
Finocchi, left, and John W. Roberts don't seem to mind having
the little stinsers all over their hands and faces. Nobody
knows where the honeymakers came from or why they came.
"HUM1" K 9
ATTENTION 6. 1.1 Jest built
modem htraiiked apart me nrt, I,
2 bed roe an, bat, coleTwatea,,
- Phona Panama S-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart apartment
ment apartment on Ricardo Arias Street,
Camp Alegra. Bathroom, maid's
, room, hot water, near Via lips-'
(a. Phone 3-6846 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT Completely fur-'
nished apartment. 2 bedrooms,
air conditioned, television, ate
Phono 2-3052 er 2-0170. V
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments available.
Contact Alhambra Apartments,
' 10th Street. Phona 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT Screened two-bedroom
apartment, living and din-,
ing room, 2 verandas, big mad mad-em
em mad-em kitchen, maid's room, bath,
washing facilities, hot water In Installed,
stalled, Installed, garage. El Cangrejo, Ce Cello
llo Cello "A" No. 17. Phone 3-3906.
FOR RENT Small, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment or room. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful residential section. 43rd St.
No. 13. v-'.-1:":-:
RESORTS FOR RENT FOR SALE ;
.,., V s ..... y :
On the beach at Saa Cliff Acroa. HoUSet Motorcycles
half-mile from Santa Clara, two-
. bedroom concrete cottage. Sleeps. FOR .SALE: Bargain. Harley
aix, gaa atovo and deep freexe FOR RENT: Modem chalet, Davidson motorcycle, a a a i a a
kebax. Monthly rata $40 er S20 completely new; 2 bedrooms, completaly overhauled, $140.
week-ends. Light and water. See living-dining .room, 2 porches, Autos Eiseaman, S. A., beside ;
Mrs, Anderson. specious kitchen, laundry, iepa- Coca-Cola plant. Phone 2-2616
' ' 1 1 1 rata maid's room,, garage. Paiti- or 2-4966.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla- lla. Contact Kosma Tailor Shop, j 1
ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses, '- 28th Street (formerly Q St.) :-vv V
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772. No. 9-23. ;- LESSONS '
PHILLIPS Oceoaside Cottages. '" T
Santo CUra. Bx 435. Bolbe. '- FOR RENT: Furnished house, NEW SPANISH course for Eng. ;
f?"0 hMSi 3-1877. Crate- Werrwood Farm, 4 miles from lish speaking people at Univer-
ol 3-1673. : ';. Arraijan Check Station, Thatch- elty of Panama from July 23 te
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large ?' Highway. Inspected for earv-, September 6. Claaaaa ia mominf
beach house. One mile past Ca- k,m"- kourt on Monday, Wdnasday and
aina. Phone Panama 2-1515, TT"!" JT. a""
: : ,t ; ; 10 a.m. Intermediate from 10 te
Want to enjoy a few days in a Prtcifirtn nffsapari 11- Advanced from II to. 12.
cold climate? Visit the Country r Vl ICI CU Registration at Secretary's office. ?
Club Hotel in "El Valla." Swim- T"?'" ft-: 71 ' 'L"
ming poolr horses, garnet, bingo, v WANTEDLibrar.an for Army 'XI.
evny Saturday. . ??Z!S2'& JSS Wailted POSitlOll
Spend your week ends at Rio varsity including not less than i 1
Mar, the best bathing beach in 30 semester hours in Library POSITION WANTED:--Maid
the Republic,. with all conve- Science essential. Apply to Staff in English' speaking home 'with
niences.' Moderate prices. They Librarian, Special Services, US- children. Can alto cook. Good v
new management it anxious to ARCARIB, Bldg. 156. Ft. Clay- references. Phone 3-6693 Pan-
serve yoe. :i ,: ton. Phone .87-2295. tmi-'i.,.:.;.V,iv..i.,.
FOR RENT Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, inspected, screen-,
ed. Via Espaiia, house before
, Juan Franco. -..,.-;,' ,-;V
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, $65 and $55. Military
inspected. Via Porres 99. Phone
. .a. tS .,
i : :f s x.
tlf.'-. &.Ah. i Hi i ii 1 1 ini-rr f in-mr mnii n nnniaiiiiliiatmnriTfr 1H1 nw.
FOR RENT twin chalet, a fur furnished
nished furnished apartment; independent,
ventilated, white linen, kitchen kitchen-ware,
ware, kitchen-ware, garage, garden, etc. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5356.
FOR RENT: Modem efficiency
apartments, fully furnished, air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, maid service, wired
for television. "TROPICANA A A-PARTMENTS,"
PARTMENTS," A-PARTMENTS," 4th of July Ave-.
e. Phone 2-2181 and 2-2521,
FOR RENT: For August 1st,
completely furnished apartment,
2 bedrooms, living room, dining,
room,' large' p a r c h, Venetian
blinds, garage, hot wafer, linen,,
china glassware. Exclusive resi residential
dential residential taction, Bella Vista,
$175. Telephone Balboa 1448.
5 -iO J'
Qlll77irJlL Two of 17 Korean war orphans brought to tHs country by1 World Visions, a
SSa aid society give in Bukzical onceover to their adopted land from plane" ramp at
LTSeTeCVfK be setUed ta the L Aaete e. Tte socWy bo, ,
Some 7,000 children jn lui js.orean orjmuB.
WANTED: Maid for general
housekeeping and cooking. Must
have references. 777-A Tavar Tavar-nilla
nilla Tavar-nilla Street, Balboa. Apply 4 to
C p.m. .r
WANTED General maid. A A-merican
merican A-merican family. Cooking, laun laundry,
dry, laundry, cleaning, children. Live in.
References. Call Sunday morning
3-6733.- Monterrey Aprs. 1 1, 1,-Via
Via 1,-Via Argentina.
OLDEST-BABY-IN THE WORLD The head of a baby
woolly mammoth; possibly 15,000 to several hundred thousand
years old, lies in the freezer department of New York's Amer American
ican American Museum of Natural History. Dr. Herold E. Anthony,
deputy director of the museum, shows the specimen, above, 'j
The animal was found in deep permafrost in a bank of Fair- J
banks Creek, Alaska.
Zoo Directors Tell
Of Odd Experiences
CHICAGO UP) Tales
about orphan musk oxen that
drink themselves silly on water
and baby elephants .being weaned
witn me use or empty whiskey bot
tles were told at a meeting of the
International Union of Directors
of zoological Gardens.
Zoo directors from around the
world swapped stories about some
of the "deunauencv" nroblems
they have experienced with their
Sven Anderson of the Omen-
nagen zoo iom one snout Hans and
Trine, one of the very few pairs
vu. uiuaa. uaeu in cauuvuy.
The musk oxen of east Creen.
land were being wiped out in 1953
oecause ot an unusually severe
winter. Two calves, a male and
female, left the herd to seek food
on their own. They turned up at
a meteorological station where
they were fed a diet of bread, no-
tatoes ? and beer. The animals
thrived and were crated up and
sent to the Copenhagen zoo when
The musk oxen. Anderson kairl
have no sense of their water ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, so the zoo had to ration
the liquid intake of Hans and i
Trine,' ... .'-.4'.-- '.
From Ceylon came a story)
about baby elephants being
trained to wean On empty whiskey
bottles. Maj. A. N. Weinman of
the zoo .at Behiwela, Ceylon told
it, '- V;V'i: r--' c.
Because Ceylon elephants are
wrecking farm crops, the govern-'
ment has' given permission for
them to be shot This leaves a lot
of baby elephants motherless, and
Weinman s zoo receives about one
a month. The elephants are so
small they have to be trained to
feed on the bottle, and Weinman
uses an empty whiskey bottle,!
held on the side of an adult ele elephant
phant elephant and craftily slipped into the
i i l i :i a .1
uauy a mouui uuui u geis ine luea.i
Vandal chimps turned up in the
Chester. England zoo and their,
house had to be dismantled to
make "honest citizens" of the
apes. The chimps would swing
front-beams- at the-top of -their
home to the ground and throw
stones back up through windows.
"We couldn't have that," direc director
tor director G. S. Nottershead said.
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NON-BIPARTISANSHIP Looks like a stand-oft, both literal and figurative, as zoo keeper
Clifford Jones of Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, 111, tries to get Mary the donkey and Widget the
elephant together. Both the Democratic and Republican symbols live in the children's section.
Jones -says they sometimes squabble, like their real-life counterparts, but generally get along 4
pretty well. (" 1 J1 ' ', ,' ',.'." '. ,""
PER 100 HOUSEHOLDS
FROM LUXURY TO NECESSITY-IN 40 YEARS-Jfewschart, fgg55ft I
speed with which the automobUe has raced from its position as m treaaui luxury toMlBW
that ot an economic necessity in our economy. The 1956 figure is pm ot Jan. L Datoirom
National Industrial Conference Board's" "40 Years of Economic Grcrtn., r . p" ; v
Nobody but Nobody
. undersells the Panama Radio Corporation r
, Compare OUR QUALITY and OUR PRICES
; When you buy RCA VICTOR you buy the best
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ROAD TO DENVER
with John Payne and
CITY OF SHADOW
with Victor McLaglea
LATE SHOW: LAKE PLACID
THE KILLER IS
with Joseph Cotten
with Van Heflln
The Story of Greatest Natal Base of them
all John Derek and Diana Lrnn, In
5 ANNAPOLIS STORY
, ... . and
His son returns to save his father's name
.. John Ericson and Marl Blanchard. In
RETURN OF JACK SUDE
DIAL RED O.
THE WEAK AND
THE IRON CLAW
JUNGLE MOON MEN
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Havt you seen my water colors, Daddy?"
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iilA itnStla Johnson ,1")
; HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol
lywood. Uncensored: Summer
movie theater attendance nas
been m the upbeat ever since the
4th of July with' films like
TraDeM. "The Kin- and I."
"Moby Dick," "The Eddy Duchin1
Story'- and ''That Certain Feel-
ui" rineina box office bells.
But what kind of movies the
public likes as .a steady diet,
iummar and winter, i (till a
puizlemant t ..to .Hollywood .and
thaattr owners.: Looking to the
future, theater -men are claiming
Hollywood It not m a k I n g the
right picture! lor, 7B per cent of
the possible ticket buyers, and
that old stars, now' getting the
best stories ; and highest salaries,
are poison at the box office.
The' best potential audience for
movies today theater men agree,
is the U lo 39 age group "not
traooed by television" and that
more movies with young story
content and young players are
The State of, confusion over
what kind? of movies the public
likes is spotlighted in the June
issue of the Film Bulletin. a
movie trade paper, On page six
Film Producer Frank Ross, plan
ning a film about a young girl
born of a white motner. and a
Negro father, says the public
wants films about real' things.
real people and real problems of
.the kind wmcn confront tnem
'from day to day "basie things
which are a part of our exist existence.".
But oo page II a Savannah, Ga.,
theater man, Earle M. Holden,
writes to the Bulletin's editor:
"Movies are for entertainment.
Let the newspapers record the ills
of the world, the unhappy events.
Lot the editorial pages do the
preachments. Let the movies entertain.";
With pure entertainment like
Trapeze," "The King and I
Moby Dick," "The Eddy Duchin
Story" and "That Certain Feel Feeling"
ing" Feeling" currently clicking at the box
office, Holden's advice may be
Hollywood s answer to some ox its
. The On Again, off again Piper
Laurie-Gene Nelson romance is on
v. By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtea for NEA Service
Both sides vul.
Opening ad I
again. . Judy Garland, will col collect.
lect. collect. S55,000 a week for her foutf foutf-week
week foutf-week encanmrnt in 1st v.ok
Movie hero John Carroll, current currently
ly currently sineinff hprp, is art bubi-v nioht
Visitor at the Silver Slipper, 'lne
belly dancer, Fawzia Amir, who
becomes the after-show doll on bis
arm. ;. t
"People Are Funny"' wilf, fide
from TV and radio after next sea season.
son. season. Art. 1 InlrUtt mhA l.k
Ouedel will replace the 15-year-l
oia anew witn a new Hour-long
live,. TV, variety program.
Now' it's Universal-International
talking about leasing its old films
to TV. SheUey Winters about
the "new" Shelley Winters: "I'm
gonna be like Marilyn Monroe I
no longer, answer questions about
my personal life." . Ted Weems
Is retiring as a band leader to be
come ?a disk. jockey on
Memphis, Tenn., radio station,
. . Now it can be told: Orson
Welles collected $30,000 for a four
and-a-half -minute bit role which
took only 30 minutes to- film in
"Moby Dick." u i
Ear Witness: Guy Madison1
practically went down on his best
knee saying pretty -please to Susan
Hayward to play opposite him in
one ot ms inaependents. He s still
waiting tor an answer. . Eddie
Fisher wul do a second and pos possibly
sibly possibly a third picture at RKO. But
he will have to pay attention to
the wagging finger of his medico.
His gall bladder attack could have
been very serious. ... Grace
Kelly and Prince Rainier may
not get as far as the west coast on
their visit to the US. this fall.
That oriental iaunt that" will
take Glenn Ford and Eleanor
Powell to Japan, among other
ports or call, should definitely
spike the rumor that they have
been playing the Tiff Game. The
globe-hopping will begin after
Glenn completes his role In "Tea
House of the August Moon."
Chalk up three happy years of
marriage ior Ann niyin ana vi.
f lease settle a hiWins nmi
lem on this hand," requests a New
Jersey correspondent. "Both sides
were vulnerable, and both sides
nad a part score of 90. Should
iNonn aouDie one spade, or should
oe raise to two hearts?"
North certainly shouldn't double
one spade. He should either raise
to two hearts or pass, depending
no pannersnin omaine itvie
South should make nine or 10
tricks at hearts, depending on the
quality of the defense. If West
opens a diamond, which is fairly
normal, declarer can win1 and lead
the queen of spades. This gives
South the-chance to discard a los
ing club on dummy s king.
West can hold South to nine
tricks by opening a club. Then
Weit can get two clubs, a spade,
and the ace of hearts. The club
open'na is, however unusual
South would probably make 10
tricks, scoring 620 points for the
tricks and the rubber.
If North doubles one spade, he
wul probably defeat the contract
only one trick. With a" normal
heart lead, West 'will be able to
ruff a heart in the ast hand. He
wilt also win two dub tricks, the
ace of ; hearts, and two high
trumps. The penalty w o nl d be
only 200 points.
"lfi North happens : to lead a
trump, he can stop the heart ruff.
Then, perhaps, he can increase the
penalty to 500 points. This would
stul be a poor Bargain..
North cannot tell an oi tnis wnen
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Adenauer Victorious I n Fight
Ike's U!l Delegate
Choice Approved By
Senators 64 To 22
WASHINGTON, July 21 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate has confirmed Paul
G. Hoffman as a U. S. delegate
to the United Nations after hear hearing
ing hearing him praised as a "truly great
American" who has been wrong wrongfully
fully wrongfully attacked,
The vote was 64 to 22 for Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's nominee. Back Backing
ing Backing Hoffman were 37 Democrats
and 27 Republicans. Oppose were
, io itepupucans and 6 democrats.
. Hoffman, board chairman of
, oiuueDaxer-racKara wrp., is one
oi live delegates nominated by the
President to represent this coun country
try country at the U. N. General Assembly
in New York this fall.
The other four Senate Republi Republican
can Republican Leader William F. Knowland
(Calif.), Sec. Hubert H. Humphrey
(D-Minu.), Ambassador Henry Ca Cabot
bot Cabot Lodge Jr; and Ellsworth Bunk Bunkerwere
erwere Bunkerwere unanimously confirmed
Sens. Styles Bridges (R N.H.),
Joseph R McCarthy (R-Wis) and
William E. Jenner (R ind.) led the
fight against Hoffman. McCarthy
and Jenner charged in speeches
yesterday that Hoffman, who is
also board chairman of the Fund
for the Reoublic. has been "soft
ton Communism" and could not
i properly represent the United
j States in the U.N.
Bridges told the Senate he has
nothing personally against fjff-
man but felt U.N. delegates should
not have any "controversial as aspects"
pects" aspects" or have been "associated
with questionable character."
He said Hoffman's actions and
statements in recent years "lead
me to wonder what he would do on
some of the great questions that
come before the U.N."
For West German Cohscription
BONN4, Germany' Jul YT(UP). "Ilie Chancellor," Eckafdt said.
Chancellor v Konrad Adenauer
had Von the battle for West Ger
man conscription yesterday and
prepared to protest allied plans to
reduce their armed forces. -.
The West Germsn Bundesrat
passed, by a four-vote margin, the
draft bill making 12 million Ger Germans
mans Germans between 18 and 45 liable for
military service. ;
Tli bill wul provide 360,000 con
scripts for the 600,000 man army
which this nation has promised to
he must eboose between the double contribute to western defense.
and a raise in hearts. He does
know however, that he has a close
choice. A, good rule to follow in
close cases is: Double when yon
are very short in partner's suit:
look for a bid when you have three
or more cards in partners suit.
Airliner Hod Heme
MUNICH, Germany, July 21
(UP) Ten Hungarians set out for
home behind the Iron Curtain in
a five-car cavalcade yesterday,
leading nine fellow-countrymen be behind
hind behind in freedom. .-
The 10 were on the flight of a
Hungarian airliner when it was
seized by seven anti-Reds in a
free-for-all aboard last Friday.
Two other passengers joined the
original seven in choosing free freedom.
dom. freedom. .-. "r::
The 10 who wanted to go name
received special visas for Austria
and set out on the 350-mile trip
Two : Red Cross ambulances
were in the cavalcade, carrying;
four passengers who still were re- tries
covering from injuries received in
the fight to -capture the plane.
Within hours after final passage
of the bill a government spokes spokes-man
man spokes-man disclosed that State Secrete.
ry Walter Hallstein will protest
plans by the United States, Britain
and West Germany's other allies
to siash their armies and their
conventional weapons. ,
" The protest will ho made at
next week's Paris session of the
north Atlantis Treaty Organize Organize-lion
lion Organize-lion council.''
Federal press chief Felix
Eckardt told a news
"does not believe in relying more
and. more on nuclear weapons
which would bring the risk that
a future conflict would be fought
soieiy wiur nuclear weapons.
"Classical weapons should be re
duced only after nuclear weapons
are ciasuea under proper con
Eckardt -disclosed that West
Germany's ambassadors to Wash
ington and London will be called
back to Bonn to report on United
States and Bntish intentions on
A Foreign Officer spokesman
said the Canadian embassy here
has flatly denied reports that
Conadlan Foreign Minister Les Lester
ter Lester Pearson had proposed aban abandoning
doning abandoning all West German rear rearmament
mament rearmament plans and asking the
Born government to make only
a financial contribution lo west western
ern western defense,
The conscription passed its final
reading in the Bundesrat upper
house, 21 17, over the opposition
oi tour west ucrman states con
the)rtts no substituts)
for agitator washing
and laarn why I
. heart of the
"J" St. No. 13-A-30 Tivoli Ave.
.Tels. 2-2386 2-2112 2-3265
.i-.n.oi trolled by the anti-rearmament So.
WUMIWIW ... r,
uii u,""" r itag lower bouse July 7 after a
dangerous now. -
Nepal Decides On
With Soviet Union
NO FAWN FOR THE CAME WARDEN One-weekld
fawn being bottle-fed by Mrs. Kay Kastner, wife of State
Game Warden Curt Kastner, Marin County, 'Calif., is one one-eighth
eighth one-eighth of a baby-sitting problem dumped in the Kastners' laps
by would-be "do-gooder" visitors touring the county. Kastner
wants It known that the dear little deer seen beside the road
or in the woods aren't as helpless as they seem. Unless cir-.
eumstances are unusual, chances are that mother deer is near
an apparently lost fawn, he cautions. -
perfect fb -every
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milk in a saucepan, bring it
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KHATMANDU, Nepal, July 21 21-(UP)
(UP) 21-(UP) The government of his re remote
mote remote Himalayan nation announced
yesterday it has decided to estab-i
lish diplomatic relations with Rus Russia
sia Russia at the ambassador level.
The government said diplomatic
relations between the two coun countries
tries countries would promote international
friendship and the cause of world
peace. Nepal also was reponea
discussing a friendship treaty with
Red China. ,
50 Service Years
COLUMBUS. Ohio, July 21 (UP)
J. cnarles Baxter, business em
tor of the Columbus Citizen, retir
ed yesterday after SO years of
service with the newspaper.
Baxter, called "Mr. Citizen"
because of his-vast knowledge of
Columbus historv, was honored st
a dinner last meht by his fellow
workers on the Scripps Howard
daily..,. . -,-: -'.
Explosion Kills 2
ARIES. France. July 21 (UP)
An explosion at an explosives
factory at nearby St. Martin de
Crau killed a man and woman ear
ly yesterday. Thirty other persons
FOUR T DEAD
TOKYO, July 21 (UP) A U.S.
Air Force C119 flying boxcar tran
sport with four men aboard crash
ed into the inland Sea of Japan
I yesterday. First reports said there
stomy 18-hour debate.
'lie Socialists announced tney
will continue their fight against
conscription and rescind the law
u tney win me vm elections.
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-- SATURDAY, JTJLY 2L 1958
on- Supplying B
N.L. Batting Leader
Widens Margin With
Three More Base Hits
C By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 21 (UP) The Milwaukee
Braves get great pitching from just about anybody
Fred Haney calls on, but it's Hank Aaron who gives
them their day-to-day "punch."
Only 22 Wars bid, the slendf r In -the American League, the
Aarnn has develoiied Into tt:s New York Yankees "stretched
"solid man of the team. Joe, their first-place lead to 11 games
Adcock, Ed Mathews and Johnny
Logan break ,put in rashes of
hits at times but Aaron keeps
driving toward what he believes
will be his first National League
batting title. ".
The. Braves have won 15 of 21
games this month a .714 pace
compared to the Cincinnati Red Red-legs'
legs' Red-legs' 13-6, .684 pace and it's no
coincidence that Aaron has been
belting the ball at a .455 clip
during that period. He's smashed.
out 38 nits m 84 vies in uie ai
, games to lift his average from
with a 6-2i verdict over the
Kansas City --Athletics. Bill
Skowron's two-run single spark
ed a four-run fifth inning rally
that enabled Whitey Ford to
coast to his 12th win. Ford tied
an American League record when
he struck out six consecutive
batters between. the second and
fourthlnnlngs. It was the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' 10th win in 12 games with
Charley f Maxwell and Frank
House had three hits each in
leading the Detroit Tigers to a
9-6 win over the Boston Bed Sox
in the other A.L. game. Virgil
Trucks was credited with his
fourth victory behind the 15-hlt
Detroit attack on five Boston
YESTERDAY'S STAR Bob
Buhl, who pitched a two-hitter
for his 12th win in giving
the Braves a 16-9 victory over
1st Place Margin
In Int. League
In. The Majors
. .. : ' '
. LEADING BATTERS j
- -:, ;-,
(Based on 200 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE 1 v
Player and Club t ab P
Aaron, Mil. 80 309 57 104 .337
Bailey. Cincl. 66 210 35 70 .333
MUSlal. St. L. 85 320 49 106 .331
Sc'dienst. NY. 60 211 27 67 .318
Boyer, St L. 85 341 60108 .317
84 309 78 113 .see
77 260 53 92 .354
78 297 46 104 .350
68 234 28 76 .321
68 240 36 77 .321
Mantle, Yanks .,. 31'
Kluszewski, Redlegs i.., 24
Banks, cubs 22
Wertz, Indians 21
(Four tied with 20)
RONS BATTED IN
Simpson, Athletics .....
.293 to a league-leading .337-
Aaron, who said early in the
' season he bel'eved he conld
win the batting title with a
".348 average, was at it again
.Mast night when the Braves
drubbed the Philadelphia Ph Ph-'
' Ph-' lies, 10-6, behind Bob Buhl's
two-hitter: Hank smashed a
- 'two-run homer and collected
' 'two other hits to drive in a to-
tal of four runs in pac'ng the
; Braves to their 10th win in it
' Toby Atwell, purchased from
r Miami earlier this week, also hit
i a two-run homer In his first at-
baf for the Braves to make it
easy for Buhl to register his
fourth straight victory and 12th
of the season. He's yielded a to total
tal total of four runs and 18 hits in
' his last four triumphs. I NEW YORK, July 21 (UP)
The Redlera -remained fwr i The. Toronto Maple Leafs.
frames behind the Braves when bounced out of the league lead
moky Burgess two-run, 12th Jr-fr two days during the past
ning homer rave them a 6-4 d' week widened their first place
CISion over the Pittsburgh P margin in the Internationrl
rate and f.hplr slvfh 1n I v Leaeue to on and nnp.hn f
even games. The Pirates took an games today. ,,,
; early 4-0 lead but Ted Kluszev- The Leafs handed slumplne I Team
Ul .IL I M 11. i.Miv..1 a A n l CUIUS
m i nia hui nomer OI Trs iwunt o-u uq -j-j oeaunPS Tnrnntn
Mantle, Yanks 78
Yost, Senators 65
Robinson, Redlegs 64
Boyer, Cards 60
Snyder, Dodgers 60
Mantle, Yanks 113
Boyer, Cards 108
Muslal, cards 106
Ashburn, Phils 105
Aaron, Braves 104
Kuenn, Tigers .......... 104
(Based on 9 Decisions)
W I. Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs ..13 0 1.00C
Brewer, Red Sox ....12 3 .800
Kucks, Yanks ....... 14 4 .778
Pierce, White Sox ...14 4 .798
Freeman, Redlegs ... 7 2 .778
' year with two aboard in the fift'v FMday night, dropping the Roy.
ana wany post hammered' W t w mio lourtn place. The Roch
.' his 17th round-trroner ln-Hhe
seventh to tl the score? Johnny
, KHppsteln. won his1 eighth game
I' DoflfNewcombe j became the
first National League pitcher to
J' mes when he scattered
five hits in hurling the Brooklyn
Dodgers to a 4-1 win over the St,
Louis Cardinals. Shortstop Pee-
-., wee neese iea the Dodgers', 10 10-;
; 10-; hit attack with three singles and
va homer to bring his career hit hit-'
' hit-' total to 1.999. Ted William etc.
M,uslat Mickey Vernon and Enos
S aughter are the only active
. "jgis wn z.ooo nits.
Monte Irvto hit two homers
against his former teammates
I as the Chicago Cobs beat the
last-place New York Giants. 7.
; in the other NX, game. Jim
Brwnan picked uhls thM
, win although he needed help
from Jim Davis.
ester Kea Wings temained in
second place hut lost ground, as
ram .wasnea out their game
with the Buffalo Bisons.
Meanwhile,, the surprising' Mi Miami
ami Miami .Marlins, who have been
movlne im steadilv wh)1 Tnrnn
to, Rochester and Montreal were
busy beating each other, moved
into third place, three games off
the pace and two percentage
Points ahead of the Royals. Mi Miami
ami Miami backed up tight pitching by
Gene Snyder and Angelo Li Pe
tri wun just enough runs to de defeat
feat defeat Havana, 3-2. The win was
Miami's third in a row
,The Richmond Virginians ex exploded
ploded exploded for six runs in the eighth
inning to defeat the Columbus
'i"SNea,.WatlinSton hom homered
ered homered for the winnpn whii rn.
McCord hit a round trinm.r f,r
the ORIGINAL WINDPR00F LIGHTER
nty y 3
No one has
gIPPO MANUFACTlTRINr. COMPANY. BRADFORD
Miami i k.
Havana v V
,455 12 Vi
T. 455 12 V,
38 59 .392 182
' ..- V 'i-.'. (NEA Telephoto)
SAFETY FIRST New York Giants' pltchet Ruben Gomez (left) heads for the dugout as
Joe Adcock of the Braves comes running after him In, Milwaukee. Adcock, taking his base
after being hit by a pitch, was exchanging words with Gomez, who suddenly threw the ball
at him. Gomez said he ran because he was afraid of what' the big first. sacker. might do to
him. -.-v ' : ; .... ' i.
Of PGA Tourney
, YESTERDAY'S RESULT
Havana 000 Oil 0002 6 4
Miami 010 020 00X 3 8 C
Scantlebury. Sanchez (6) and
Dotterer; Snyder, Petri (5) nnd
Holton. WP: Snyder. LP: Scan
Richmond 020 010 0609 13 : C
Columbus 210 000 0014 9 3
Nardella and Wat ling ton;
Cox, Spicer (8), Wooldridge (9)
and Shantz. LP: Cox. HRs: Mc McCord,
Cord, McCord, JVatllngton. ..
Toronto 120 040 1-8 11 :
Montreal 000 000 00 5 1
Blake and Sawatskl: white
Mlckens (5), Nishita (6) and
Roseboro. LP: White. HR: Go.
Toronto 300 220 000-7 17 (
Montreal 002 000 0103 9 1
Wojey and Sawatskl; Cristan Cristan-te,
te, Cristan-te, Cole (2), Nishita (5); Mick Mick-ens'
ens' Mick-ens' (8) and Howell. LP: Cris Cris-tante.
tante. Cris-tante. HRs: Siemens, Rodriguez
ma Mty laboratory
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I SANITUB8 CO, NCWPOST I
.Tim nrownintr. Weston, Mass.
defeated Elmer Reed, Atlanta, 1-
UPCharles M. Harper; Columbus
Ga., won by default trom John Johnny
ny Johnny Revolta.Skokle IU.;.
MUton ljicnnruus, j
N.J., defeated wrry
Dick Mayer: St. Pete, defeated
Bob Bchechter, Bolton wnaing
N.Y., 4 and3.'.-:- ,ff
. fnn Thoren South Hamilton
riffpfttpd Joe Br'own-lDes
Fred Haas, New Orleans, de
feated Ron LaParl, Battle crees
Mich., 1-up. v
BiU Collins, Grosslnger N.Y.
defeated Tom Blaskovich, Con-
Jack Burke Jr., Klamesha
Lake. N.Y.. defeated Leon Poun
ders, Omaha, 2 and 1..
Art Wall. Jr.. Pocomo Manor
Pa., defeated Warren F. Smitn
Saii Antonio, 5 and 4.
Fred Hawkins, El Paso, de defeated
feated defeated Felice Torza, St. Charles
Til 9 anrl 1.
Elroy Marti, Houston, defeated
Frert Baker. Maplewood, N.J., 19
Robert Moore, Fairfax, Calif,
defeated Jim Rudolph, Dayton
Lester Moe. Medina, Wash., de
feated Howard Kluth, Milwau
kee 2-nn .......
Skee Rlegel, Itah, Pa., defeat
ed Albert Maus, Los Altos, uaur.
5 and 4.
Lionel Hebert, Erie, Pa., de defeated
feated defeated Fred Blanchard, Wood Woodland,
land, Woodland, Calif., 6 and 4.
Tobv Lyons, Jamestown, N Y.
defeated Furman Hayes, Gas
tonla, N.C., 3 and 2.
Gil Cavanaueh. Cedarhurst
N.Y., .defeated Don Fairfield,
Casey in.. 2 ana l.
Jimmy Demaret, Klamesha
Lake, N.Y, defeated Robert
Hayes, Macon, Ga., 4 and 3.
Chick Harbert, N o r t hvllle
Mich., defeated Henry Williams
Jr., Fleetwood, Pa., 20 holes.
Terl Johnson, Wilmington.
Del., defeated Warren Orlick
Orchard Lake, Mich., 1-up.
Charles Prentice, Columbia
S.C. defeated Tommy Bolt, Hous
ton,1 l-up. -' u
Mike Fetchick. Mahopac,, N.Y.
defeated Jimmy Johnson, De
troit, 3 and a.-
f Jl. I
- ; ;
ews Of The
lvx 1.- $400.00
tr .--V' ., - "I
lor July 22lh
2.- 5300.00 3.- 5240.00
and ail pioducis of "ViHICOlA MID DESTILERIA CENTRAL"
Bob Kay, West Hartford,
Conn., defeated Frank Kiraly, Li Li-gonier.
gonier. Li-gonier. Pa., 2 and 1.
Jackson Bradley. Houston, de
feated Richard Haskell, Seattle
3 and 2.
Jack Isaacs. Langley AFB. Va.
defeated Ralph Dillow, Auburn
Aia. z and 2.
Ed Furgol, St. Louis; defeated
Stan Dudas, North Hills, Pa., 5
and 4. v f
Jerry Barber, Los Angeles, de de-feated
feated de-feated J.. L. (Tex.) ( McReynolds
Winchester, Mass., 6 and 6VA
Charles DuPree, Independence
Mo.,, defeated Babe Orff,, Still
water, Minn., is noies.
Otto Greinev Tenafly, v N.J.,
defeated Tony Barkovlch, Pitts-
burgn, 20 holes.
Doug Ford, Mahopac, N.Y.. de
feated Buddy Viar, South -Chart
eston. W. Va.. 3 and 2.
Walter Burkemo, Franklin
Mich., defeated Skip Alexander
St. Pete, 7 and 6.
Robert Zander, Fayettevllle
Ark., defeated Sam Speer, Mc
Allen, Tex., 5 and 4.
Al Smith, Danville, Va., "de "defeated
feated "defeated Vic Ghezzi, Rumson, NJ.
22 holes. ,,-; -.
Charles Lepre Haddonfield, N
J., defeated Emery., Thomas
Bloomfield, N.J.; 2-up.
Mike Dietz. Lake Orion,' Mich,
defeated Richard Hendrlckson
Seattle, 5 and A.
Augle Nordone, Jamesvllle,
N.Y., defeated Earl Martin, Los
Angeles, 3 and 1.
Jay Hebert. Sanford. defeated
Bui Heiniem, carmel, ind., 3
William Johnston, Provo, U U-tah,
tah, U-tah, defeated Guy Paulsen, Me
dinah. 111., 2 and 1. s
Tony Fortino, Glen Falls, N.Y.
defeated Charles Bassler, Ca-
tonsvllle, Md., 3 and 2. 2.-Marty
Marty 2.-Marty Furgol. Lemont. 111., de
feated Milon Marusic, Webster
Groves, Mo., 3 and 1.
Joe Klrkwood. Hollywood. Cal.
defeated pete Burke, Cold Spring
Haroor, n.y., i up, is noies.
AI Besselink. Orosslnger. N.Y.
defeated William Doll, Louis
ville, Ky., 3 and 2. V
ciaude Harmon. Mamaroneck
N.Y., defeated Clyde Uslna, West
raim ueacn,. 4 ana 3. iv
Lew Worsham, Oakmont, Pa.
defeated Ed Wysowskl, Kewanee
111.;-' 3 and t.r rrr?
Leonard Kennett, Oceanside
Calif., defeated Alex. Hackney
Manchester,. Conn., 5 and 4.
Henry Ransom, Andrews, III
defeated Steve Doctor. Amltvllle
NX. 1 WW rv.i--: .-Af i
Shelley Mayfield, Jericho, a N.
l Lebanon, Ind.. 2 and 1. S
Ellsworth Vines. Palm Snrines
Calif., defeated James E..Guln-
nup, crawiorosviiie, Ind., 3 and
Sam Snead. White Sulphur
springs, w. va., defeated Jack
Weltzel, Columbus, Ohio, 2 and
Gene Sarazen, Germantown
N.Y., defeated Ansel Snow, Fort
rierce, a ana 4.
John J. OTOonnell, Baltimore
defeated Bob Veylupek, Denver
2 and 1.
'Bob Toskl, Holyoke, Mass, de
feated Steve Blatnak, Chicago
2 and 1.
Mike Turnesa, White Plains
N.Y defeated BIU Ezlnlckl,
Lynnfield, Mass., 5 and 3.
Dick Lundahl, Pasadena,' Cal
defeated Denny Champagne, Or
lando, 3 ana a.
I Mike Krak, Steubenvllle, Ohio
defeated Ed Oliver, Canton
I Mass., 3 and 2.
1 Wilbur Bradenburg, Columbus
; Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
St. Louis :
Chicago . -,
.446 14 &
.383 19 ft
TODAY'S GAMES "--Philadelphia
. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
New York at Chicago
Brooklyn at St Louis
New York 010 100 0114 9
Chicago 011 210 02x 7 10
McCaU (2-3), Hearn, WUhelm
and Westrum. Sarni.
Brosnan (3-4), Davis and Chl-I
J93 25 tt
Kansas City at New York
Detroit at Boston
Cleveland at Baltimore (2.T-N)
Chicago at Washington (N)
n .... .
migns Game) -
i Kansas City 000 000 0202 7 1
ew York loo 041 00x,- 9 1
McMahan (0-5), Q 1 1 m ian,
Shantz and Ginsberg.1
Ford (12-4) and Howard:
HOLLYWOOD. Calif' July 21
(UP) If "Swaps" runs In the
$100,000 Sunset Handicap next
week, he will carry 130 Dounds.
That's the assignment placed
on tne. California comet today
At the same time, weights for
the big race, show, a bigger cut
for all' the others in the field
The result is, Swaps would have
to give away from 18 to 30
As far as his own assienment
Is concerned, swaps carried 130
pounds in each of his last three
races... in which he set two
world's records and eonailed an.
Owner Re Ellsworth hasn't
said yet .whether' Swaps will ran
in tne race at one mile and fi.
eighths next Wednesday. "'
xesteraay,r"Lucky Mel". 'part
or. meaour-norse Lewls stable
entry won the $75,000 added
awnet stakes.: Luckv Melrld.
den- by Johnny Longden ran
"ie SIX- lUnonS'S in- an mltinfp
nine and, two-fith- seconds1
wasnviue wa5 second and' "Joe!
Witlf only win betting,; the win-
yum 92.9V.' ..-.
Pitts 200 200 000 0004 9
Cincl 000 030 100 0026 14
Kline, Face, Waters. (0-1) and
Gross, Powler, Acker, KllpP'
stein (8-6) and Burgess.
(Night Game) '
Brooklyn 003 000 1004 10 (
St. Louis 000 100 0OQ 1 5 C
Newcombe (13-5), and Walk'
- Poholsky (5-8); McDanlel and
K.att, smitn. -(NlghiGame)
Philadel. 000 000 000 0 2 1
Milwaukee 221 300 02x 10 12 C
S. Miller .(4-8), Plllette, Mey.
ers and Lopata, Semlnick.
Buhl (12-4) and Atwell.
Detroit : 001124 1009 15 I
Boston S odl 005 000 8 9 0
Trucks (4-4), Masterson, Aber
Gromek and House.
Nixon (3-4), Dorlsh,
Susce and white,
Chicago at Washington
Cleveland at Baltimore
Yonkers, N. Y. (NEA) Stevt
Phillips signed to start the trot
ting and pacing races at Yonkers
Raceway for the seventh straight
season, beginning Aug, 1.
' '-;.:5v :-v'.:'':v,,,: -:'i':i ;:':.'.'- f':-C'
HER HERO Young Terry.
Shank looks like Mickey Man Mantle,
tle, Mantle, if she ever heard of the
Yankee slugger, tt his little':
sister, Deborah)- before Lit-,
tie League game at Grant
Heights Field in Tokyo. I"
Ohio, defeated Buford M. WW-
ener, Fort ord Calif 2 up.
Ted Kroll. Ft Laurlerriale Hp.
feated Roger peacock,. Silver
oprmif, Ma., 2 ana i.
Jadk Fledk. Davennnrt. Tnwn
defeated Fred Gronauer. Scar
ourougn, n.x., o and 4,.
'. .' ,r..., f
. If the Giants wish to move into Yankee Stadium next sea season,
son, season, and there are. reasons innumerable why they, should be
eager for the shift, the gates are wide epen. ,i
Perslste.it reports that Del Webb, Dan- Topping's 50-50
partner In tiie Bombers, was opposed to offering Horace Stone Stone-nam
nam Stone-nam a contwet for Stadium tenancy were denied vehemently
by Del today,
"I am" net against inviting the Giants into out park," Webb
said.; 'in. fact. I think it would be a tremendously beneficial
move for that ball club. iy--.:'--' :':l
. '.'We offei: Park seattag' C5,bt)b, with' ideal tra'nsporUUoa
facilities, adequate parking, pleasant environment and modem
conveniences. If fitoaeham were to come to see us, I have no
doubt that a satisfactory deal could be arranged.,
"Our relations with the Giants are cordial and encourage
our extending an invitation to them. I know they chased us
out of the Polo Grounds and forced Col. Ruppert and Col. Hus Huston
ton Huston to cross the Harlem and build their own arena
"However, that was a ternfic break for the Yankees. Be Besides
sides Besides it wasn't Horace's father who did the chasing. I under understand
stand understand that John J. McGraw got the notion that if Ruppert and
Huston had to move their club they would be forced to build
in some out of the way corner where the fans would lorgefc
the American League. ':' vv'--
" "Well, that little ball park In that little frequented 'iocaU
in the Bronx now offers the Gtants a fine home.
"I don't know where that story about my being against'
letting the Giants come in got .started. I was surprised when
v. croppea up in Washington :aet week,"
MINNEAPOLIS NOT FOR GIANTS
As Topping and George Weiss are known to be receptive
toward a Stoneham request foi' a Stadium deal, and the Coo Coo-gan
gan Coo-gan estate Is reported to be willing to cancel what is left of
the Giants' lease on the Polo Grounds :eal estate which expires
in. 1961, what's holding things up? -, ..
" Well, there is Minneapolis, where the Stoneham organiza organization
tion organization operates the American Assn. Club; A new park was dedi dedicated
cated dedicated there only recently. It seats fewer than 25,000 but its
capacity could be nearly .' doubled.;? y" -;' ; ;
- Minneapolis Is in intense revolt" against being kept in the
minors. If it were to combine with adjacent St Paul in a fight
for promotion it might have a chance. But St Paul is build-"
ing its own arena, and nurtures its own ambitions. But in
Minneapolis, the Giants would lose their $600,009 a year revenue
from television and I.
r' A shift to Minnesota also would ruin the one red hot, high-
ly lucrative vendetta in baseba'L between, the Giants and the
Dodgers. A revised cross-country rivalry between Brooklyn and
Minneapolis would be about as torrid as the relationship be between
tween between the Yankees and Kansas City. : ; : :
"Horace Stoneham would no more think of moving the
Giants to Minneapolis than his father Charley would have
entertained any such, proposltldn," Webb continued..
WOULD NATIONAL LEAGUE QUIT NEW YORK?
Shifting a major league club la not merely a matter ot
owner volition. If by 'some mischanc-3 stoneham were to de decide
cide decide to go westward he would have to get the voting support
of five other clubs. That he would be able to muster this
backing is decidedly doubtful ;
- One of the most vehement opponents of the shift would
be Brooklyn, which would stand to lose heavily, even fatally,
by transfer of the Giants from this baseball orbit.
In fact, I was told at Washington last Monday that aside
from the fact that Horace, was not contemplating a transfer,
the project waa thoroughly moribund because the National
League would not abandon the biggest city in the country to
the American League. .' r '' ','" ' ,
Back in 3902, when the American. League was without a
club in New York, Ban Johnson, organizer and president of the
circuit, said to' his club owners, "until we invade New York we
cannot hope to fight the National League on an even basis."
In 1903, the Baltimore franchise of the American League
was shifted to New York, and the big tlpht for baseball patron patronage
age patronage and recognition got started. -..-'
With Minneapolis in the Notional League it would become
a Western circuit. Chicago would have to move Into the East Eastern
ern Eastern half with Brooklyn, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
TZZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KZWSPAPER
f AGS ELEYin
SATURDAY, jrtT 21, 1356
' '. ... th TTnl
TUB Stage is bc iui
the leading players ob w b
mus In the senior men's depart
a. mam TtarticlDftv
mens, no ucov
tag in the high schools in male
compeUUon and an array of tne
finest girl performers to assem assem-ble
ble assem-ble at the soot at any one time
.AlTthe players registe red are
Irl top form, having PoUfhed off
thelreame In regular practice
sessions In their respec 1 1 e
training eenters around the va various
rious various communities.
' Pairings for the initial nights
s activities follow: : v
;: Senior Men's Category
Tomas Chu vs John perry, TOO
Fit Waith T. Nightengale
7:00. '-. M
Joney N vs Oscar Jordon, 7:00
George Orannum vs R. Seales
Gulllette 78 A.. Small
Marcus Orannum. vt Allan
Chiu. 7:30.-, .....
. Frank Duram Tl Toney Ycu
Arthur Josephs vs A. Wilson
R. McDowell; v W. Wicker,
.John Hall vs Michael Hay.
wood, 7:30 at the Rainbow City
. Higfa School Boys
Maurice Shofgreen vs Lionel
Fergus, at the Rainbow City
Gym. r -
James Ottley vs Harold Smith
at the Rainbow City Gym.
Albert Loney vs T. Laurie, at
'the Rainbow City Gym.'
ASCOT, England, July 21
(TJP) -- Europe's champion
race horse Ribot won the K'ng
. George VI and Queen Elizabeth
Stakes here today from High
Veldt and TodraL Nine ran.
' Ribot wen by live lengths
with two lengths between the
second and third. -
Betting 2 to 5, 100 to 7 and
33 to 1 respectively.
Frank Hirt Elacfed
President Of Ilev
Panama Ski Club
f rank E. Hirt 01 Diablo was e-
lected president of the newly form
ed ranama .bkl uub at its orgs.
nization meeting held Wednesday
evening at tne uiaoio uym. ,...
mrmodio Anas. Jr.. of Panama
was chosen vice-president.
A secretary-treasurer was also
elected, but his name will not be
announced until it is certain that
he will be able to serve.
Attending the Pntherinff vem 27
! water skiing enthusiasts from Pa
nama ana tne canal zone. ;
Plans were discussed for con
structing a ski-jump on Madden
Lake and for providing a suitable
barge there as a base for skiers.!
The possibility of holding 1 wi
ter carnival was also discussed.
It is understood that Cans.
Zone authorities have indicate!
that if the skiers formed a respon.
sible organization they would be
accorded permission to use the
lake and its shores under certain
" Informal water-skiing activities
been practiced on Madden Lake1
lor several years.
Morgantowri, W. Va. (NEA)
Pittsburgh plays west Virginia's
" football team in tne scnoois' open-
ing game, Sept. 22, at Morgan-
Raleigh,' N. C. (NfiA) Ace
late model convertible drivers com
pete in a 100-mile race on the mile
asphalt Raleigh Speedway, Aug. 25.
By HERBERT MOISK
rnt nw r.nfnn ripfpndlnp
champions! of the Panama Bas Bas-kth.ll
kth.ll Bas-kth.ll lnnn will nlav their kev
game tonight at the Panama
National liym wiuioui uie Direc Direction
tion Direction of this astute coach Rodol Rodol-fo
fo Rodol-fo "Fifi- Tom. Tom is presently
In Costa Rica.
Expert close to the game nave
Miioi this rhestM-fleld's "key"'
game. This stems from the fact
that snouia tney win .wiugut,
nnnlri ht pinch for them tc
qualify for the final series.
After tonight contest a a-gVnst
gVnst a-gVnst the hot-and-cold Pan Panama
ama Panama Cigarette' team, the oppo opposition
sition opposition is considered dead duck.
The Smokers only serious con contenders
tenders contenders will be their arch ri rivals,
vals, rivals, the front running Galll Galll-te
te Galll-te sensations. Even then, a
loss to this team would not
eliminate the d ef e n d I n g
with Keveral of their Dlayers
Am th lint and more sfiDft-
rating from the team because of
trips to the vs. ana can eaiva-
the task of making tonight'
game a, "musrv, victory.
win on nnto the court this eve-
nin tjt niav nn'dr the leader-
snin or tneir assisiani. cuawu
nriA. rit" rplis CtiWm should
V"1W v j
nrnva himopif mnrn than caDable
because he has always been on
the bench with Tom ana nr
(Cells) being a; student of, the
0a mo himsplf ;-
Currently the Colon Smokery
- J 1 1. ...4l
are one anu-oac-uan gamca uui
nf tirt. nlarp behind Galllto and
Cerveza Balboar A win would
carry them back into a second
place tie with Balboa Just one
i in tneir last owng ayamsv i
D.lkA. 4kiw lnlrV tmnrAMlv
in the first half but stalled
and played Just enough to beat
the Beermen. At half time
they led by 14 points, but It
dwindled to just four at the
Tn th distaff division, the
Canal Zone Dollies will again gc
in quesi or tneir tuuu vicwiy.
colon fans .will get a chance
t asp thti hv in Bftlon a-
gainst Gallito in -a benefit game
ii. 1 1 .!...,.. ml J
HUB COIIUI1K iUUISUBJT. 1 11J
ram will M linonsorpd hv the
Mocombo and all proceeds will
go into Buying cam vaccm-.
- S?!k NP AVAX-T.y.,ng Fury- J- Cot,er UP on r'1' oiB to h front after taking
1 i, !."?? there t0ln mile-and-a-half hurdle race for three-ye.r-oldi and up
at Monmouth Park, pceanport, N.J Narcissus. 2. U piloted by A. P Smithwick.
Inter-Lake Draws 300 Craft
In Put In Bay
By JAMES O. CROSSLEY
AKRON. 0. (NEA)
middle skiDDer. Daniel K. Mac
Bride, who lives in this middle
western industrial city, heads the
world's largest boat racing asso association.
ciation. association. ......
This year the flagship of the In-ter-Lake
Yachting Association is a
15-foot Rebel class sloop. Its home
waters are Turkeyfoot Lake, an an
cient canal-feeder not much big
eer than a farmer's south 40.
Yet MacBride is commodore ofJ
an organization which has 73 mem member
ber member clubs located along Lake Erie
from Bay City, Mich., to Buffalo.
It is international since Canadian
clubs belong. There are 17,000 mem
When he presides over the Inter-Lake's
63rd Annual Regatta on
picturesque Put In Bay, near To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Aug. 13-17, there will be 300
craft competing. Members own 7,-
000 boats and bundreas ot tnese
will be present in the spectator
Turkevfoot Lake, within smell
ing distance of the world's largest
rubber plants, nas oeen cnurnea
up by sailboats since 1934. Mac-
Bride organized a sailing club; Lee de Forest, Inventor of the
which boasted a half dozen tiny vacuum tube, broadcast the re
mud Pumpkin Seeds built by a boy gatta results to a station at Mon
Just out of nigh school. roe, Mien., in 1908. it was tne tirst
. .. time in history that radio was us
From this beginning came a ei to follow a sports event and it
Snipe dais fleet of a stout 20. it landed de Forest a contract to in'
developed some other top sailors stall radio apparatus in naval
besdes MacBride, including Carl1 craft.
Zimmprman. nast mmmodore oil
the Snipe International Associa
tion, which has 10,000 boats
throughout the world, and W.
Birney Mills, secretary of that
ine inter-utKe xacnung Asso Association
ciation Association dates back to 1885. It was
formed by Cleveland enthusiasts
and has held its regatta on Put
In Bay almost every year since.
The association prides itself on
"firsts." It was instrumental in
forming the North American Yacht
Racing union in 1897,
By JIMMY DEMARET
Written for NEA Service
It is the arms that make the big
motion in swinging a golf club.
But the feet generate tne pow
The principal flaw usually found
in a player is in the way he winds
up his swing. The weight is on
his right foot at the finish. This
means that ne nas tnrown nis en
tire swing into the shoulders in an
ettempt to knocK ue oau out oi
There is one must to toiiow witn
the feet. Keep both of them on the
ground throughout the bsckswing.
Flex the knees. Release the right,
heel on the follow through and not
The feet don't do you any good
off the ground. Keep them there
until you follow through.
Start with the first four steps.
Place the club to the ball with the
left hand. Adjust the feet to their
proper places. Relax the right
knee to complete the grip. Turn
the right heel out.
Balanced on the left toot, me
player finds that all sense of swing
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written tor NEA Service
The first sanctioned outboard
races were held at the regatta in
the 1920s.. - QUESTION: With a runner
This vear's reach-and-tack fes-,tnird base- the batter ,ifts .fly
Uval wihaa oaV of new1 fel center field- Tb fielder dashes in
turesTntrXel h bs CommVore tne bal1 " runner ta6
MacBride. Boys and girls between "P- drops the Ml tad
the ages of 13 and 18 will have a4thf nner .f.core' ,Do acore
race week preceding the big event. sacrifice fly?-Bob Moss Moss-Winners
Winners Moss-Winners will compete for the man-
North American Junior crown in -M.t.oi
Anir 90 Answer) Yes. If In the scor
.UMUMU, -" V. ... J
It OUt for the r mwm, fh rvmwr.wwum
Wi pil: ;
or club movement is Impossible
unless the. weight is shifted to the
right foot for the backswing and
returned to the left foot for the
NEXT: Dew Flnstarwald allows
for the fact that he may be off in
on seme respect In Ms stroke.
Wnman Va let If nut
It claims the world's first motor- feminine championship during the !ve scored If the, ball ; h a d
boat races, though now a sailing regular regatta. They will be, been caught,
group primarily. Held in 1895, the, matched against winners in the
entries were two six-horsepower
launches run on naptha. In 1908,1
thrilled spectators saw a world
record set for speed on water. A
White-Steamer engine sped the Cup Races at Cohasset,
craft at 28 miles an hour. ; I Sept. 4-8.
Wisconsin-Minnesota area in a' Q. can an official scorer reverse
-final. himself after a game on an earlier
The winning crew will repre- and questionable call of an infield
sent the midwest in the Adami hit if it becomes the only hit a-
Mass.,,gamst a pitcher? Bob nusso.
A. It has been dene.
Today' Uncanto J5 .20
". Llbertad Lftmarque, in
"BISTORIA DE TJN AMOR"
Sophia Loren, n T,
XA MCJER DELRJ0 ;
Toddy IDEAL JO ilO
Joel McCrea, In t
"STARS IN.WY CHQWN,,
Roert Taylor, in ""
The President Remon Race Track
Salutes all the (Presidents of the Kmerlcan (Republics; and tne
mbassadors of the KyJto) and msh them a pleasant stay in our country
v :: FEATURE RAGES
10th RACE Importeds 1 Mile & 70 Yds.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 5:40
1. LVCKY TEST . V. .... . A. Reyes 105
2. CmVlllNGO F. Alvarez .115
3. ELKO G, Montero 105
4. EMPIRE HONEY G. Sancliez 118
5. GREY JUAH ......... 1 ...... A. Vdsquez 115
t -av. -sterns it.
10th RACE "B" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes: 5;40
1. MARIA STVARDO ... ... .. ..... F. Alvarez 105
2. BARGE ROYAL . . ... ...... A. Credidi 97
3. MELENDEZ V . . . . .v .... K. Cristian 116
4. IWRLWG PARK ... ........... B. Baeza 103
5. CHARLIE McCARTHY . ...... C. Vasquez 103
6. TOXY . A. Vdsquez 115
PRESIDENT- REMON RAC
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' n 7.'-V-
1 P ARRIS. ISLAND, S. C July 21
(UP) r-r- A tormer warme u
paid yesterday that Sgt. Matthew
C. McKeon told, them non-swim-inm
wmiM drown while sharks
iwould devour the rest before ill-
lated Platoon 71 plunged into uie
ebbing waters of Ribbon Creek.
;. Earlier, buddy who also took
recruit training in McKeon s pla platoon,
toon, platoon, testified he smelled "a little
liquor". on the drill instructors
breath' a few hours, before the
disciplinary night march last A-
McKeon, of Worcester, Mass., is
accused of manslaughter, cruelty,
jnti. in hnrraeks and drinking
in front of a recruit. He can be
Sentenced to six years and three
months in prison pius a u;
ble discharge if found guilty.,
.. Pvt. Melvin Barber, 18,
' foot Negro from New York City,
said that McKeon first told them
' they wore "going to tho wamp
end later that .The one that
could iwim would drown, and
, the one that couldn't would bo
: eaten by hrk.' ? .,
- Barber apparently reversed his
could" and "couldn't'' as at a
-,irt nf enouirv before the court
martial, he quoted McKeon as say saying
ing saying those who could not swim
would drown and the sharks would
set the rest.
Barber said that' once the pia-
Veather Or Not
This weather report, for fhe 14
' houn ending 8 a.m. today, it pre prepared
pared prepared by tho Meteorological and
' Hydregraphie Branch of the Pana Pana--
- Pana-- ma Canal Company:
; ; BALBOA CRISTOBAL
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,( inner harbors) v
SUNDAY, JULY. 22
5:34 a.m. f 9:4
3:40 p.m. 10:01 .p.m
: TODAY! .75 .40
Ii30 3:30 6:15 9:00 p.m.
EVENT THAT SWEEPS
YOUR HEART AWAY1
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a aovKiow ruraam coiM it m uui
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READING THE MAIL Sgt. and Mrs. Matthew McKeon read
some of the scores of letters that ; have poured In to the
sergeant at F arris Island, S.c, since the start of his court
toon god into the water, "we had
to hold on to each other for help."
He quoted McKeon as saying
"Let's go downstream where
there's a tide"; but "some of us
slowed down did for the one
because I couldn.'t swim."
"I couldn't do anything because
I couldn't swim,' Barber testifi
ed. "I called out. 'Form a chain.'
About 10of us formed one but no nothing
thing nothing came of it." v :
The platoon suddenly pamcicea
as the recruits hit deep water,
Barber said, and he tried to help
'the other fellows" when tne wora
came to "go ashore."
He said that on tnt aay o? rno
march, marked by two "field
days" or barracks cleanups one
for lying on the grass and on
for taking second helping at
chow, McKeon appeared "tort of
tired hi face was sort of flush flushed."
ed." flushed." Before' yesterday's session ad-j
journed for the weekend. Major
Charles B. Sevier, chief prosecutor,
said he expected to call about 25
more witnesses and r it appeared
that it would be "Thursday ot next
week at the earliest", before the
prosecution completes its case.
Fvt. Earl rnomas urarjowsKi,
Boys' Town, Keany, N. was the
first of the survivors of that night
march in which six recruits drown drowned
ed drowned to testify.
Grabowski. 18. talking, in such
a low voice that he was asked sev several
eral several times to repeat his answers
despite two microphones placed in
front of him, mated the events
of the aay leading up to the niht
marcn and also torn now uie pia pia-toon
toon pia-toon panicked in the water,
ae said that on Sunuay, April
8, to piatoon had been put inrough
two "Held days scruooing aown
the barracks, one of tnem tor "ly
ing on tne trass against reguia-
hhns. v ;
luo defense has contended that
the marcn was to instill discipline
and morale into a "laggaro" pia pia-uxn
uxn pia-uxn auu sucn practices were not
unusual in turning a civilian into
a coinoat-ready marine.
Tnet nignt, wraoewtKi testified,
McKeon appro cned him s he
was boarding a but to go to
cnurcn nr evening oiow and
"I smelted a little liquor" on
Mckeon's breath, r
'iue iiai uiarcu began about 8: 8:-30
30 8:-30 p.m., uie yuung Marine related,
anu tne piatoon marciied to uie
vicinity oi itieoon Crecu after Mc McKeon
Keon McKeon ioIq tnem "We were uuiu to
hav a swim.":; ,.
ieaiui we bank of the creek,
"Yve Degun supping in the inuu anu
Sergeant ttuueou saia, "f ouuw
me, GraDowsiti saia, "Most of
us got in tne water ana bergeani
Mcn.eon asked where the no n.
txt saw tuai McKeon instructed
them to "stay in tne snaaow so tne
enemy commit gee us. tie was try
ing to teacn us aooui comuai."
At that moment, tne piatoon
went into aeep water anu panic
brose oui.,"buudeniy, i went oown,
like over a cult; it was over iny
head," tiraoowsu said.
' "I tried to swim back but Pvt.
Donald trrancit O'Shee wa grab grabbing
bing grabbing m he id. ."Someaooy
said, 'I'U tax him.' O'Shea
wat one of trie victim.' ''
"The current was sstrone. We
formed this chain gang to get peo people
ple people out. Someoody noliered 'Kvery.
oody out.' I started and X fell in
mud waist deep. tvt. uichard L.
t'erkei pulled me out.". ;.
Wnen tuey returned to the bar
racks, the platoon's senior drill
instructor, but. ha ward A. Huff.
Chicago, who earner- testified he
threatened to taise the platoon in
to thi swamps, asaed toe recruits
"Are you cmcaen got no suta?"
"He didn't know wnat hau hap-
Dened." urabowsu laid.
On cross examination by Emile
'Z. Berman, chief civilian counsel
i for the 31-year-old McKeon, Ur
bowski described the panic as the
I recruits "were yelling for help
land others would hear it and go
I out to neip.
He replied, "Yes, sir," when ask-
ed if there was a great amount of
: The youthful Marine, the 11th
witness to take the stand for the
prosecution, said that when the
march started out, "We thought
actually it would be a lark; we
thought the discipline of Platoon
71 was good, Grabowski, answered
in the negative but he said that
as a whole, they were, eager to
Preceding Grabowski to the
stand in this the fifth day of the
court martial were Capt. Charles
E. Patrick, 7, Ashland, Ky., who
as officer of the day invesitgated
the incident; Sgt. John B. Taylor,
Meridian, Miss., commander of the
guard on that fateful day, and Huff.
:. Patrick related how he saw
the platoon Corning from the creek
"in bunches, tome barefooted,
wet, muddy,- in partial undress
-and at least two were being
carried." : i.
During Huffs testimony, the de
fense scored a victory on what
may be admitted as relevant to
the case'.'. ..' 'i
Navy Cant. Irving H. Klein, law
officer presiding at the court mar
tial, ruled that the defense mav
seek to prove that such night
marches as McKeon is accused
of leading are common practice.
Berman has contended that this
issue is the 'major" one in the
Klein held that such evidence
may be admitted so long as it per per-tainx
tainx per-tainx tri nrnrtirM "under : t h f
same and similar circumstances
as those surrounding the "tragedy
of Bibbon Creek."
Answering questions crisply, Huff,
a 12-year veteran, was asked by
Bet man if he knew it was "a prac practice"
tice" practice" among drill instructors to
take platoons into the swamps "for
the purpose of training, discipline
and boosting morale."
"Yes. sir." Huff replied
"Did you yourself ever tell your
?ilatoon in connection with' their
ack of discipline that if they don't
snap out of their hockey, 'I'll take
you down to the swamp' Ber
"I did," Huff replied. :
Harriman Sels Eyes
On 12 'Undecided'
BOUI.I3ER, '; Colo.: July" 21-1
(UP) Gov.. Averell Harriman of
New York concentrated on 12
"undecided1 Colorado- delegates
to the Democratic National con convention
vention convention at a party breakfast
meeting, toaay.on.the juniyersi
ty of Colorado campusi y ;
The Colorado Democrats eave
Adlal Stevenson '10 of the
state party's 20 votes at the first
day of their state convention
yesterday, Harriman got twe
and one-half votes ana sen. Es-
tes Kefauver got one.
There are 40 Colorado aele
gates to the National Conven
tlon. Each is given one-half
Twelve of, the delegates told
newsmen yesterday tney were
unable to decide whether to yote
for Stevenson or Harriman. It
was these 12, that the New York
Governor eyed mostly at thi(
Harriman arnvea m Bouiaer
yesterday from ., Great Bend
Kans., where he was principal
speaker at a Democratic barbe barbecue..
cue.. barbecue.. At the state convention yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the New York Governor'r
two. opponents for the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic residential n o m 1 nation
Stevenson and Kefauver, accus
ed tn Elsenhower Administra
tion of a virtual complete losr
of leadership. ; v
Stevenson keynoted the two two-day
day two-day convention with a charge
that Republicans were prepar
ing the "heaviest barrage in po
litical history" to hide conun-
ulng failure of. leadership."
Let the people
WASHINGTON July 21 (UP
The House stamped a tentative o.
kay on President Eisenhower's ci
vil rights bill after beating down
a long string of crippling amend
ments sponsored by southern foes
of the measure. j-.--.v--'
A final vote was put off until
Monday, however, under an agree,
ment between House leader and
the southerners. The Dixie law lawmakers
makers lawmakers called off a "baby filibus filibuster"
ter" filibuster" against the measure in re return
turn return for assurances that it would
not be pushed to a final vote yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. (
The measure is certain of
House approval en Monday. But
it also it equally certain to bo
lost in the Senate during the last last-minute
minute last-minute adjoummant rush. Civil
right backer have been unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful in prying a bil) out of the
Senate Judiciary Committee,
- The House completed" voting on
amendments to the bill shortly
before 3 p.m. yesterday and then
approved the amended version by
voice vote. The action is subject
to reconsideration on a mil call
voto Monday byt the southerners
privately conceded they were, lick licked.
However, they fought the mea
sure all down the line with delay
ing tactics and crippling amend
ments. In ait, tne House batted
down 11 such amendments. As ten
tatively approved, the measure
closely followed Mr. Eisenhower s
recommendations) ft would:
! create a presidential commit
sion to study civil rights and in
vestigate alleged violations; create
US Operalii Alirl I
Shoys Rough Spots
In Recovery Fbld
EMERGENCY PRESS HEAD
QUARTERS, Operation Alert, July
21 (UP) Officials announced to
day that Operation Alert has dis disclosed
closed disclosed "a number of rough spots"
in the government plans for get
ting the nation back on its feet al alter
ter alter an atomic attack.
Civil Defense Administrator Val
Peterson sent word to emergency
press headquarters that he is "1-
nitially pleased with the way
the huge exercise has been going.
Defense Mobiuzer Arthur S.
Flemming issued a statement say saying
ing saying the alert this year "is far a-
head of last year." But he added
that the test is "nevertheless ...
bringing to light a number of rough
spots which we are in the process
of ironing out." lie did not elab
The big operation began at 11 a.
m. yesterday, imaginary nuciear
air and sea attacks laid waste near
ly 75 target areas on the U.S. main
land and territories. The nation's
largest cities were theoretically re-
aucea to ruuuie.
Federal workers, who "fled" to
secret government headquarters
vesterday. will return to Washing
ton Monday. The nationwide exer
cise will formally end late weonsi'
Poisoned Mrs. Luce
Sels Sail Tomorrow
On Recovery wage
T.TSBON PortuKal. July 21
(UP) UIS. Ambassador to Italy
Clare Boothe Luce will sail from
here tomorrow aboard the luxu-
r vacht "Creole" on a tnree-
week cruise to recuperate frcm
Greek millionaire shipowner
Stavros Niarhos. who owns the
yacht, told thi United press:
"Our idea is to sail out from,
Lisbon at noon Sunday but we
have not yet made uo our minds
which port we snauheaa ior.
Mrs'- Luce is scheduled to ar
rive at Portela airport from the(
united states in a ujs. ayi
jlane tomorrow morning.
She will immediately board the
yacht to begin her three weeks
'.raise and convalescence irom
ihe arsenic poisoning which is
'relieved ; to have come from
flakes of paint from the celling
if her Rome villa, falling ; into
wr 6offee. -.. ;
. Niarchos Is an old friend whe
nvited her on the cruise when
he heard aha was 1U, t
know the truth and the
- PANAMA, R. p, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1958
a new civil rights division within
the Justice Department; authorize
ine attorney general go into leder-
al court to protect civil rights and
strengthen existing federal sta
tutes to protect voting rights.
Only two significant southern-r
t. i . . . ...
aura amenamenis were -written
into the bill.
One. sponsored bv Ken. Martin
Dies (D-Tex.), would require, the
'Neutralist' Policy Outlined
By India, Egypt; Yugoslavia
PULA. Yugoslavia; July 21 (UP)
India, Egypt and Yugoslavia yes yesterday
terday yesterday issue a policy blueprint for
"neutralist nations In world af
fairs. It included aunnort of a sent
for Red China in the United Na
tions. '.'- , ; - .,
The document defined the oosi-
tion of the three nations on eight
key points of the : world political
situation. Observers said it prob
ably will be used as a guide by
lesser nations attempting to re-
mam friendly with the eastern and
western blocs without joining eith either.
er. either. '-, ''.."- '.-s.:-f,i .'-,...,..;.,...-; ;
The document was signed after
10 hours of discussion between Yu
goslav President Tito, Egyptian
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
and Indian Premier Jawaharlal
Nehru on the Yugoslav island of
Bncm. V v.'?.-'.-1 ''i.rv-
The talks ended last nieht and
Nehru and Nasser flew to Cairo
to continue their conference on a
two-party basis yesterday. The
document was reiased simultane
ously in Cairo, New Delhi and
belgrade. ; '"'".--"
As expected, it advocated
"peaceful and active co-exist
ence." It stressed the value of per
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tines, President of Mexico; Jose
Figueres, President of Costa Ri
ca: jusceiino Kubitscnek, presi
dento f Brazil; Albert Zubiria,
President of Uruguay; carios
Castillo Armas. President of
Guatemala; Pedro E. Aramburu
President of Argentina and Jose
M, Velasco Ibarra, President of
Ecuador..,. ; r
Because of the heavy down downpour
pour downpour which began yesterday
shortly after Nicaragua's Somo-
za arrived at Tocumen at 3: 13
p.m security reeulatlons which
governed the arrival of previous
Presidents were relaxed.
As military honors were be being
ing being rendered Somoza, the
gathering Miundtrstorm gave
warning, and within a few
minutes the downpour began
as the Nicaraguan party was
hurried out of the runway in into
to into the caravan of cars.
After Somoza's arrival the
bad weather was responsible for
the change in security. Arriving
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HONORARY GRADUATE CoL Duarte Cahdal Fonseca of
Brazil, was made an honorary graduate of the USARCARIB
School recently in ceremonies at Fort Gullck.- Candal, chief
- of engineers,, chief of plans and general director of instruc instruction
tion instruction in the Brazilian Army, ws honored during an Inspection
tour of the U. S. Army operated school. Placing- .the pins on
his. shoulder are Capt. Rowland B.-Snrlver, Jr.,. left, school
secretary, and Lt. Col. Robert H. Townsend, right, assistant
commandant. (U.S. Army Photo),
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country is $af e" Abraham TJncoln.
commission to follow the' same,
"fair play" rules of procedures al
ready proposed ty House liDerais
'for. congressional ; investigating
The' ether wa sponsored
Ren. Cordon L. McDonouoh R.i
. ... . ...
Calif. But heavily supported by
southerners. It would authorize
the commission ; to investigate
"unwarranted 'economic pre
sonhl contacts among heads" of
state and re-affirmed the 10 prin principles
ciples principles of international relations a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted at the Bandung conference.
Specifically it defined the posi position
tion position of the three statesmen on
these points: . ; :
l. Red China should oe admit
ted to the United Nations since
the problems of the Far East can
not be resolved without the' Fei
ping government s cooperation.
be 'admitted to the United NaUonsi"80, lfe"raMTU
utner countries also snouia
if they satisfy the conditions of
the charter- Observers feltthis re referred
ferred referred both to western sponsored
Japan and Soviet sponsored Mon
golia, w-- i fr-'-vP;--.!
v 3. Unification of Germany
should be achieved through peace
fid negotiations "in accordance
with the desires of the German
4. trance should work out a
cease fire in Algeria and then
negotiate indenpendence for Alge
ria.. -; :," , '-, :
5. Israel should draw back its
borJers to lines defined by the
1947 United Nations resolution pre
liminary to a peaceful settlement
between the Arabs and Jews,
Presidents were .'met at plane
side by a canopy of umbrellas
carried by the aides, and led out
to the veranda in front of the
glass doors where they stood la
the shelter while the National
Anthem was beinir nlaved.
They were then escorted to the
VIP room where they rested
briefly before being chaperoned
out ..to uie waiting cars.
Tonight's schedule consists of,
a ceremony at the Presidencia
beginning at 9 p.m. at which
the visiting Presidents will be
decorated by President Artar
with the Order of Manuel Ama Amador
dor Amador Guerrero.
This will be followed by a ga gala
la gala reception at the Union Club
tendered by President .and Mrs
Arias. t -j i"."--
An invitation to the visiting
dignitaries to visit Miraflores
Locks this afternoon between 4
and 5 rj.m. was issued, however
the visit is not Included in the,
official program. and it was not;
known now many or the Presi
dents would accept.
sures" exerted againtt person
beciuse of their sex. 1 '
At. the close of the week long
debite, both sorters and southern
leaders in the battle praised each
other for the "temperate nature"
and the "high plane" of debate.
The proceedings were not entire
ly calm, however. r j iv
At one point,' several Democra Democratic
tic Democratic congressmen criticized Rep. Ad Adam
am Adam Clayton Powell (D-NY.), a
Negro and a leading civil rights
advocate, for leaving for Europe
before the civil rights bill came
to a vote. r
Rep. T. James Tumulty (D-N.Y.),
complaining that Powell was. on
a "junket," asked Rep. Emanuel
seller (U-n.y., floor manager for
ihe bill: ."Why should you and I
stay nere and de his dirty work
"Tw many 'people are making
a career of this kind of business,"
lumuny added. He announced a-
mid cheers from. the southern
Dioc, tnat ne intends to vote
gamst the bill.
T hope my words will carry' o
. -t:,,.,t v . .
thlo Kill ha tA,i ekA Uai
this .. bill;" he ld, the House,
Powell's office said he left Kern)
York by ship -Thursday to attend
a world conference. of parliameri-'
tanans in London. It said he also
will inspect U.S. bases abroad.
BOSTON, July 21 (UP) Rett
Thomas J. Lane (D-Mass.). tail
ed for income tax- evasion, is
Nomination 'papers for Lane
were filed yesterday at the state
Lane la serving a four month
sentence at uie Federal Peniten
tiary at Danbury. Conn. He sur
rendered last May 1 to begin
serving the term after pleading
guilty. In addition to the sen sentence,
tence, sentence, Lane paid a $10,000 fine
and. paid the governtment taxes
due and penalties amounting to
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OSLO: Norway.' July 2L (UP)
Norway has declined to take
Dirt in a riant maneuver planned
for the NATO nortern defense re
gion at the end of next year, the
Norwegian Foreign Ministry said
The refusal is due to the Nor
wegian national elections taking
place in 1957,. the ministry spokes,
Jt was added, however, that the
decision may" be reversed m favor
of ."limited Norwegian participa-
to test atomic defense w this part
of Europe. '.
. the J Liberal "Bergens Tidende Tidende-claimed
claimed Tidende-claimed that foreign political con.
sideration were also behind .the
refural 1cause plans were to in include
clude include the northermost provuices of
Torms and Finnroark bordenng
the Soviet Union in the maneu
vers. -. '' j V" t
.The. Foreign Ministry denied
Bergens Tidende's implication.
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Tolnilceb End :
01 SIcal Strike ;0 v
" PITTSBURGH, July 21 (UP)
Steel strike negotiators, spur
red by mounting prqauction ana
wage losses, tackled today an
Impasse ;in -contract difference?
which has sapped the nation's
economy for three weeks!
f. The strike of 650,000 ' united
steelworkers entered its-21st day
si bargainers went to their
peni-Sheraton Hotel conference
room (at 0 a.m., EDT) i There
was no settlement in sight. :
Hopes of the hundreds of
thmisanrl ot idle workers that
personal attention of; Presl- i
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speedy contract settlements were
dimmed yesterday when nego negotiators
tiators negotiators reported "no change" in
the stalemate after a-minuce
However, ieaerai meaiauon
service Chief Joseph ;F. Finne Finne-gan
gan Finne-gan indicated he was not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily discouraged by the report
after a briefing from John A.
Stephens, U.S. Steel Corp. Vice
President and Chief negotiator
for the big three steel compan-,
"It's, a normal part of bar
gaining procedure that the par parties
ties parties don't report all that goes
on- behind closed doors," Flnne
gart commented. -.
use uresident uavia j. Mc
Donald also confirmed an em
phatic Stephens statement" tnat
'there was no new offer on the
table"; during yesterday's nego
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MIAMI, Juiy 21 (UP) Police
complained yesterday that 18 city
prisoners, being used as garbage
collectors during a strike, also
walked off the job.
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