The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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LONDON, Auj. 4 (UP)- Egypt wai expected today to
reply a flat "No" to the West's invitation to a conference
C. Canal ln4;oat!nna that Cue.

si and India would follow suit threatened to doom the
conference before 'it started. .
The Cairo newspaper At Shaab (The People) edited

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Dy a TOrrner memuer 01 un vnuiireif lam ivgaj
1 Britain and France want to impose internationalization

'they wiJI first have to wipe out the Egyptian people and
then re-dig: the Canal." r J -

. Egyptian President Carnal Abdel Nasser conferred

for the second time in less tnan is nours xoaay wim nui nui-sian
sian nui-sian ambassador Evgeny Kisselv.

Yesterday ne xnn wim kissbiv
and with the united Statea and
Indian ambassadors.
" It appeared that both India
and Russia were upholding their
Teplies to the conference invita invitation
tion invitation until Egypt's reply is In, ex expected
pected expected this evening.
- In London, Allied diplomats
were displeased by VS. Seere-
tary of Stat John Foster
Dulles' blunt assertion that,
the United States had entered
"no commitments on Sues.
. They feared premature offl offl-.
. offl-. elal disclosure ,; of. the United
States stand had weakened the
western front at this stage of
"the 'nerv war" against Egypt.
Britain, meanwhile,' proceeded
trimly on its "go It alone" poli policy
cy policy set up in the event the con conference
ference conference falls.

The British carriers Theseus,
Bulwark and Ocean were taking
on supplies in preparation for
Mediterranean duty. x, Members
of the 16th Parachute Brigade
were expected to board the
Theseus tomorrow for assign assignment
ment assignment to Cyprus. Other light infantry-
and marine forces. were
drawing tropical supplies.
Two other aircraft carriers
were reported "being taken out
of reserve in the Gare Loch,
Firth of Clyde,; Scotland and

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the aircraft carrier Trlumnh

had' been moved from her usual

anchoraae. several tank landing

craft also were reported being

readied.- ..';, ..4 r : ,.Jv; v, : -'
The London Dally Sketch re reported
ported reported without eonf'rmation
that Admiral Earl Mounthat.
ten, uncle pf the Dukef Edm Edm-burgh,
burgh, Edm-burgh, was being' considered
for overall commander in the
Mediterranean should shoot shooting
ing shooting war start.
' Cyprus, with some 20,009
British troops already on
hand, wasreported preparing
for the arrival of 10,000 more.

Red recatloni' from London.

Paris, Moscow and Peiplng was

uniformly hostile to western ei

ions to assure the conunuea

freedom of the canal, '? ;
.Duller, la ,Ti',on''l''e tevl

sioii-iaaio adj. said lat
nlRht that Egypt' "vengeful",
seizure of the Sues Canal can,
not go unchallenged. But he pre predicted
dicted predicted moral rather than mili military
tary military force would bring Egypt to
accept an international settle settlement..
ment.. settlement.. ft

' Dulles was Introduced by Pres President
ident President Eisenhower who praised

him for the role he had carried
out in the Suez crisis. The presi

dent said that "all of us were

vastly disturbed" when Nasser

seized the waterway,-
..... ,"
- He predicted jSiat the propos proposed
ed proposed 24-nation conference Aug. 16
will succeed In settling the Sues
crisis In a manner acceptable to
Egypt on one hand and Britain
and France on the other.
Posing the crucial question

what happens if the conference

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NICOSIA. Cyprus. Aug. I (UP)

The rebel Eokt underground

threatened' today to kitr a retired
British government official unless

three doomed Cypnots were re

prieved from death, ; v i

Leaflets signed by rebel leader

"Dighenis" said the underground
Is holding J. A. Cremer, an elder elderly
ly elderly civilian who disappeared two
days ago. The leaflets claimed he
is a "high-ranking member of Brit

ish military intelligence.
The threat said the three Cv-

priots must be, reprieved by noon

Lost Marchers

lo

As Search Halted

r

tomorrow;,

"If the sentences are not re

prieved Cremer will be executed.

the leaflets said. "There will be

no further warning."

1 A swvaaxE ttl'S SERVICE between Ancon and the Oorgas Hospital grounda was begun this
week for the convenience of patients or visitors to the hospital. The above map shows the
route of the shuttle bus on which a five-cent fare is charged. Each run begins In the park parking
ing parking lot at the hospital (4 on the map) and go es along Oorgas Road and back through the
hospital grounds on Culebra Road. After reen terimr Oorgas Road on the run to Ancon,. the

bus turns at the traffic circle near Ancon Post Office, passes Ancon Commissary and turns 4

back through the parking lor adjacent 10 tn commissary annex, returning to the Oorgas
parking lot over Frangipanl Street and Culebra Road, Each trip takes about IS minutes, with
three to four minutes wait between trips in the parking Jot. The service is provided from
8 to 12 o'clock in the mornings and from 1 to J o'clock in the afternoons on week days.

H arinkNCQ Expect McKeon To Receive Mild
nuitjliy-for 27Guilfy Counts Rzwr.id

WAetTTXTTrtXT 4 ITt

An Air Force stainless steel X-2 Wls7.-DuUe

rocket plane has streaked over

' California at more than 1,900 miles
. an hour an all-time high speed
mark for oildted aircraft.- -

Authorities disclosed yesterday
' that Lt. CoL Frank Everest, chief
, ef flight test at Edwards A i r
Force Base, Calif., set the speed
mark .July 25 in the X-2 research
airplane. He traveled amost three

timM the meed of sound,

' The X-2 was designed to hives-!

tieate the so-called "thermal bar

rier" the enormous heat gen generated
erated generated on the skin of high-speed

airplane by air friction. Bell Air-i

cratt corp. ouiu me ine piane.
. Normal aluminum alloys would

be dangerously weakened by the,

' auu-UcKlc- icilivtaiuica (cufuavw.

by a 2i)00 mph velocity.
-The X-2 has a high stainless
steel content which can withstand
; temperatures up to about 1,600 de degrees.
grees. degrees. Friction would cause that
temprerature at about a 3,300 mph
speed. -
Everest's can not be entered as
a new world speed record because

was not clocked by official timers
and the plane was carried aloft by

a bomber and released at nign ai-

-I- :

, "We do not assume that the
, conference will fail. We as assume
sume assume that the conference will
not fall,, but will succeed.
? "I believe that by the con conference
ference conference method we shall in-
voke moral forces which. ..are
bound te prevail i-
: He declared the United States
had made "no commitments of
any kind" as to future action
should the conference, fail. Both
France and Britain have threat

ened to resort to force to. keep

PARTUS ISLAND,' S.C, Aug. 4
(UP) S-Sgt. Matthew C. Mc McKeon
Keon McKeon awaited today the decision
of a seven-officer court of battle-tested
veterans as to wheth whether
er whether he Is a good enough Marine
to be kept in the Corps,
' The court found" him guilty
last night of two of. the five

counts against mm ana innocent
of the other three for the
drowning of six recruits during
the April 8th "death march." It
convenes again today to hear
arguments of the defense coun counsel
sel counsel that sentence should be

light.- :.;,.,;:
, .Then lt goes back Into closed
session and returns with a sin single
gle single sentence. As to that sen sentence,
tence, sentence, Chief Defense counsel
Emlle Zola Berman said:'

"I'm not annealing anytning

if this boy Is kept in the Corps.
He's a good Marine.!. .,. ;

McKeon couia gei a maximum
sentence of three years in pris prison
on prison at hard labor, reduction. In
rank to nrivate.. dishonorable

discbarge after the confinement

and forieiture 01 an pay ami
allowances.

He was convicted of drinking
in violation of regulations. Two
of the sergeants who drank vod vodka
ka vodka with him that tragic day

have been convicted and sen

tenced to a rank reduction of

one atrine. .. v

In the other guilty finding,

the court reduced the charge

homicide. This meant that the

court thought he eaused the
deaths by simple negligence,
without exercise of due care,
rather than by culpable negligence.

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But nobody around this famed

Marine recruit training depot

thought he would get anything
like the maximum. Indeed, there
will be long faces among the
non-commissioned officers If he

the canal open to their shipping, of manslaughter to negligent

titude.

S.!p With Dcnjcrcucly-Storcd Cargo

Of DynaTsHc Attached By Marshal

The U.S. Marshal In Ancon
attached late yesterday after afternoon'
noon' afternoon' the disabled Canadian
ship S.S. Fort Ross. ;
The vessel is In outer anchor anchorage
age anchorage at .Balboa, barred from

01

..... i j ..iaocKinar Because 01 a cargo

i. 1 7raSr .Vhoult was Mseti dynamite' which Panama Canal
& insider dangerously
ish experimental auiilane. JstoKi

. Everest did not reacn vne no,
feotT altitude record which is held pending a salvage suit for $20,-

UUU, 1UCU JCSbCtUMJ 10
District Court by owners of the
Norwegian motorshlp Borgholt.
The Borgholt picked up the Fort
Ross at midnight, July 30, when
her engines had failed, and she
was floundering in the sea 792
miles from Balboa. (
The Fort Ross, en route to
Venezuela and Trinidad from
Vancouver, had been disabled
for several days when the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian tug Grenadier towed
her Into Mazatlan for repairs, It
was after she put out to sea a a-galn,
galn, a-galn, that her engines broke
down, and her signals for assis assistance
tance assistance brought the Borgholt to
her rescue. y

Th owners of the Borgholt,

Ivaans Reden, As Oslo, are au au-ing
ing au-ing the Fort Ross's owner Fred
Cooney of Vancouver for $20,000.
"The Borgholt's libel related:

hv Air Force Mai. Artnur mut-i

ray who flew the X-1A. I r
Monagcsque Flag
Flying For Grace
, MONACO," AuV.fi (TJP)-Mon-azesque
residents unfurled the
colors of this tiny kingdom yester yesterday
day yesterday to celebrate the news that

their movie star princess is ex

pecting an heir. "...
Mayor Robert Brisson gave of official
ficial official permission at noon for the
people to raise the red and white
Cars over their red-tiled roofs.

Otherwise, the subjects of
Prince Rainier and Princess Grace
.accepted Thursday's announce announcement
ment announcement happily but. quietly. The
champagne parties and dancing in
the streets did not materialize.

does not
lightly.

IIATO Urgsj lecknd

To Ccnsffcr Ouster
OIUiTrcdps There"

get oft extremely

10 Shccl.nj Yclr
Say Reports Frd

I!:rl!i C:rma Lin:

Fifteen Boys Scouts were lording it over their buddies
in camp at El Volcan this morning on the strength of
an. unscheduled adventure which ended happily last night
when they arrived from a hike in the jungle with three
scoutmasters and an injured guide, 84 hours later than
they had planned.

. n.,.M .i n.". wii ttuv iiiiw vwuyvic iT u auill

wimer uvea none in rau i jj.i iiiki i
house outside Kyrenis. He had been party headed by Army Lt. J. Morrisson and Scoutmaster
warned about walking alone in thei Vincent Biabo of Gamboa who had started out with two
hills behind Kyrenia but scoffed! ... n -,

the warnings on the grounds; inaian auiaes rrom ooqueie ar :ju a.m.

. The rescue party brought sardines and crackers with
them and when they met up with the Scouts, the boys fell
on them hungrily. ; ("
Marine Corporal Robert E. Clune, scoutmaster of
Troop 19 said, "I never liked sardines before, but these
sure are good." k
On their arrival at Boquete, the whole town turned
out to meet them with food. The scouts were in their
glory." ' ;

"ijiiN which wis whte Ikcy ( (-ptetd
ptetd (-ptetd lo arrive la loqut.

at

that he had lived there so, long
that everyone knew him. v I
A British court here sentenced
a fourth Cypriot to death today.

for wounding a fellow Greek Cy-

oriot ;'

xne eonoemnea man, isicos Ae-

noohontos. was captured by Brit'

ish troops after a $7,000 reward

wss placed on his bead.

He was' sentenced to death oV

soite the fact that his victim, who

was only wounded told the court

the shooting wis' over, woman

and had nothing to do with the un

That's the best meal I've ever

tasted. I didn't think food could

derground Eoka orrnif4non he so good," said Oscar H Baker

fijtht to win sell-rule m ims eat-;iii-t)f Troop'Tf: Curundir; as'lte

era juec.ierranran ls'ana.

i I. J 11.11-1

SIJS:bnln U$

WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 (UP)

The government will decide with
in tte next few weeks" what kind

of" an atomic-powered merchant
vessel to build,-informed sources

said today..'

RANGOON, Burma. Aut. 4 fUP)

, Reports reaching here today

said there have been scattered
clashes but as yet no shootiaf war
between Burmese and Communist
Chinese troops in the struggle for
control of the head-hunting back back-lands
lands back-lands of North Burma. -
The reports came from Lashio,
120 miles northeast of Mandalay
where the rail line stops and the

WASHINGTON. Aug4 (UP) v"!1 M"!".V,"B" 1

The North Atlantic TreatyOrgan- Heavy rains have cut' off Bur Bur-lzation
lzation Bur-lzation said today Iceland wiU nsk!mes. outposU in Northern Shan

""."i"""u ."" MuuHiramjiia w. lutei. Radio u tha on v

"At 0055 hours on July 30,

those In charge, of the Borgholt
observed a vessel signaling for
assistance and requesting that
lt be taken in tow by the Bor-

eholt because of enelne trouble

and lack of power. ; (The Fort

Ross) was adrift in a helpless

condition, 20 miles outside of

the regular shipping lanes, a-j

bout 160 mnes irom iana, zuo
miles from the nearest port and

792 miles from Balboa, It was

ascertained that the ship m this
helpless condition since early
morning of the previous day
when she suffered engine trou trouble
ble trouble and a power failure. ; ,.
"The weather at that time was
rough and a high sea was run running
ning running and the necessary maneu maneuvering
vering maneuvering in making a line fast to
the Fort Ros required a high
degree of skill and was attended
with considerable risk of colli collision
sion collision and loss of lives; the cargo
of explosives which was being
carried by the Fort Ross com compounded
pounded compounded the danger. The Fort
Ross at the time the Borgholt
came to her rescue was in immi imminent
nent imminent danger of becoming a to total
tal total loss."
The firm of Van Siclen, Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez and de Castro Is represent representing
ing representing the owners of the Borgholt.

its freedom" if it insists on with-!

draqal of U.S. troops stationed

there.
Disputing Iceland's claim the
troops no lonaer are needed, the

council said the international situa

tion "has not improved to such an
extent that defense forces are no

longer required in Iceland.

The firmly worded statement
was signed by 13 of the 15 NATO

members. The United States and
Iceland did 'not vote on the dec

laration. But a State Department
spokesman s 1 1 i d the council's
views "coincide entirely with the

views of the United states."

Iceland has asked the council,

under terms of the 1951 NATO de

fense agreement, to review the ne necessity
cessity necessity for maintaining 5,000 A-

merican troops in the area.
Unless the controversy is resolv resolved
ed resolved the agreement could end on Feb,

1, 195S 18 months from last
Wednesday when Iceland asked for

the review.- ....'.. '..

, The council left it up to Iceland
to request further negotiations

with the United Stater. It exores

sed hope that "full wieght will

be given to the council's findings.?

. Noting Iceland does not main

tain armed forces of its onn, the
council said tiny northern country
could be seiz a very small
force if U.S. t., are withdrawn.

means of communication and

troops have been supplied by air airdrop
drop airdrop throughout the monsoon sea

son.: ,.

The Lashio reports said the cur

rently tense situation apparently

arises out or a two-rear-old strut

gle between Burma and Commu

nist China to gain control of the

remote northern Burma regions a a-kr.g
kr.g a-kr.g the Chinese border. .

In 1954, the reports said, the

Chinese began to build roads from

Yunnan to northern Wa state, thus

getting the jump on the Burmese

government with more manpower

and facilities in that mountainous
area inhabited y one of the most
primitive people of Burma.
According to the Lashio reports,

tha Red Chinese intend to seize

as much of, the area as possible
and then negotiate a settlement
with Burma on a "status quo" bas

is. :.?

ate his first meal since Wednes

day night on his arrival at Bo Boquete,
quete, Boquete, last night
' Oitar tiai nf most f ki
birthday, which was ytr4$y, at
th n f I trualllni 4-day hfkt
with 14 ether lay Sewitt, three
Snot laaderi and aa injured (uida,
aH ef where had net eatae tints
Wednesday night.

The party came Into Boquete,
tired, dishevelled but very hap hap-nV
nV hap-nV last nlrrht. to the ereat relief

"The decision resU with Chair- ol 'mil the citizenry of Boquete
man Lewis L. Strauss of the A- which was cooperating with the
tomic-Enersv Commission, aa all-out search being carried On

ence G. Morse,, chairman of the
Federal- Maritime Board, and
"nrcbaly" the Department of Com

merce. Undersecretary for Tran

sportation, Louis S. Rothschild. ....
-A "super" tanker appears 'the
best 1 et. these sources said. It

would be propelled by an advanol

ed-tvpe nuclear power unit. y
'. 1 ,-. .' '. i'.,
fresldent IVaenhewer erlglnally
wanted en atomic "peace ship'?
te sail areund the world demon,
stratinf eeacerul uses ef atomic
energy. But Congress passed a
measure allowing $37 million for
a vessel painted et future cem
merclal usefulness.
The United Press informant said
this does not rule out display faci

lities which csir later be removed.

There also is some chance that1
the "super" tanker or dry cargo
vessel if that is the decision, will

include accommodations for
100 passengers.

by the VS. Army, and Air Force.

The Scout earry ht the tame,
wkar 42 Canal Zona' Scouts are
campliting a two-weak encamp encampment
ment encampment at El Volcan, early Tuesday
morning for a hike to tha top ef
tare, which k about 20 miles from
the camp. Thay than planned to
make a 30-mile trak aver rugged
terrain Into Beeuete. They carritd
rations to- last through Wadnasday

Carrier Blazes
Two Hours; Out
Thousands Of $

ALAMEDA, Calif.. Aug. 4 (UP)

Fire Taged through the store store-room
room store-room of the ; 13,000 ton aircraft

100 carrier Windham Bay for more

than an hour last nignt, lining me
hanear deck with black, choking

Construction of the vessel Is ex-J smoke and leaving behmd "thou "thou-pected
pected "thou-pected to take about three' yearsjsands of dollars, in .damages..?,;
after the 'contracts, are signed.'.' l.-.vrj"? "''4U'
BuUding of the vessel, which) The blaze, which was discovered
Morse says' "is as significant to at 8:40 a.m. and finally .extin .extin-maritime
maritime .extin-maritime history as the transition guished at 10 p.m.; also burned
from sail to steam' breaks dowa through Some insulation in ? t h e
intn tun nart the hull and the! ship's chapel adjacent to the

tiuclear power plant.

storeroom.

Panam a Sun Whips K arlm t While studying;
And He Disagrees On doner "Interests

Czech 'Chuters
First In Meet;
States End 6th
t : rt -; -.. .... ...
' MOSCOW, Aug! 4 UP) i-Czech
skydivers captured first place in
the third world parachuting cham

pionships yesterday. Czech chut-

isi uusiav huks won wp wuivi wuivi-dual
dual wuivi-dual honors.

Soviet jumpers, who swept the

last championships held in France
placed second in the final stand standings,
ings, standings, with France finishing third
The six man United States team

came in sixth in the field of 10

teams from as many nations.

J D. Ksrlin, assistant Staff Di

rector ofvthe Senate 'Post Office
and Civil Service Committee, said
today tha he was "completely
swhipped" after spending a d a y
standing in the hot sup on the
bridge of the S S. Harvey H. Mudd,
while she made a transit through
the Canal. ' ' J- '

Karhn made the trip duruig the

course of his studies of working
conditions Of Canal pilots, follow

ing the application made by tne
Pilot's Association last year to be
included in those benefiting from
aarlv retirement under Section 1-B

of the Civil Service Act.

Karlm outlined as objectives
ef his study; first, te ;ain' for
the Committeoe better wndor wndor-etanding
etanding wndor-etanding ef all working condi conditions
tions conditions end problems; second, te
specifically consider these Posi Positions
tions Positions which might be hoiordous
with e view te recommending
earlier retirement.
During the past four days, Kir-
-. (...

rin has talked to labor leaders,

doctors and many other individual
employes. He visited a pilot who

is seriously in in loco aoio nsopi nsopi-Ul.
Ul. nsopi-Ul. aml spent a long time listen listening
ing listening to his views.

Asked shout the impressions he

had formed, Karlin said that he

was most impressed with the de devotion
votion devotion to duty and loyalty to the
job displsved by all the Zone em

ployes, wita wnom ne came in con

tact. Unlike Governor rotter, ne

considered the Zonian''to be far

more interested in -current affairs
both in the States and abroad than

his Stateside counterpart. He did
not find a narrow attitude, which
he had expected because of t h e

isolation of this srea.
Bearinc this out. Karlin remark

ed on the reading matter of the

averafe Canal Zone employe.

which came to his notice through

an inspection of the Post Offices,

He noticed that the Zone mail car

ried an unusually laree proportion

of magazines and publications of
the intellectual and world news

type.

"While I em net going te aa aa-vertise
vertise aa-vertise eny particular magexine,
"he laughed" I could not h e I p
noticing that e greet number ef
Zenions subscribe to the better
news publications!
He added that he had just com

pleted an insepction of Post Offic

es throughout ua and isnaaa.

One aspect of employment nere

which Karlin thought should merit

special consideration, is tne tact

that an emolove does not have the

opportunity to file application for

another job in either anotner uov uov-ernment
ernment uov-ernment agency or private busi

ness, when he feels that changes

are about to e made in his d e

partment. For this reason be felt

that, short of "featnerrjeaaing ev everything
erything everything possible should be done
to provide the Canal Zome employe

with job securuf,

i-'-'The,dday""wa!r caused" "hv un

accident to their guide, Hans
Sint, who cut his leg with a ma machete,
chete, machete, while hacking jungle
growth. Although he sustained
a comparatively minor wound
on the knee, there was profuse
bleeding, nrhlch caused him to
become weaker and ; slowed
down the pace of the hike.
One of the most heartwarm heartwarming
ing heartwarming aspects of the search for the
missing scouts was the whole wholehearted
hearted wholehearted support that the entire
populace of Boquete gave to the
Army and Air Force rescue pro programs.
grams. programs.
Five natives from the Boquete
area left from El Volcan yester yesterday
day yesterday morning Intending to fol follow
low follow the same route, which had
been taken by the mlsslna

scouts.

At Fort Kobbe, Mrs. Mary. I.
Branch had an amateur radio
receiver monitored to the entire
rescue operation (from 5:30 yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning until the boys
were safely In Boquete last
night). .. ,
By yesterday afternoon parents
of all the boys had keen contacted
and thay had been informed that
the boys were missing. Several
hour later. Boy Scout authorities
were able te report to the parents
that the entire party had' arrived in
Beeuete In good physical condition

and hMh smrits.

In the group were: Oscar H.

Baker III, Samuel Oeise, William

Stephen and Joe E. Thompson,

Jr of Troop 7, Curundu; James

o. Catron, Archie Carrol and

Donald Rogers of Troop -10,

Gamboa; Michael ,J. Brownley.
Peter S. Peca,' Jr.", and Adrian
Durkhuis, Jr., of Troop 17, Fort
Clayton; Jay BialkodskI of Troop

is, loco soio; Larry Diai,.minic
Miller, Scout leader Robert E.

Clune, a Marine Corps corporal

from Rodman, and Scout leader

Robert Heary. an Army private

first class, of Troop 19, or r'ori
Amador and Quarry Heights, r

'

Skeleton Being

Examined To See y
If It Is Frogman I
PORTSMOUTH, England, aug..
4 (UP) Pathologists yesterday

examined a skeleton washed up

from the sea near here to' deter

mine If it could be that of miss missing
ing missing frogman Lionel (Buster)
Crabb. j ... v :

Naval experts doubted it could

be Crabb's because he wore a

tight-fitting rubber suit when he

entered the water end no trace of

rubber was found on the bones,
The skeleton was washed up on only
ly only four miles from where Crabb
disappeared three months age
while diving near the Soviet cruis cruiser
er cruiser Ordjonikidze which brought
Russian leaders Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev and Nikolai A. Bulganiff to
Britain.

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The aeaajeiii aiaiai as (ttpaMibturf tlaHanaH as
IsjiinU Is Isltsa from Meaen. ;
THcMAIL BOX

' SEGREGATION vs DESEGREGATION
Sir: '-. ; ; S
July 17 you published in the Mail Box a letter from me
suggesting that la view of current discussions on the labo (sub (subject
ject (subject theparsons of the first Baptist Church in Balboa Heights
and of thT Union Churches m Balbc and CTstobal should
Jut whether colored people would now be welcome as members
in their respective churches. -
I can hardly believe that these gentlemen did not read my
letter; but so far, none of them has made any reply to it. u
cannot surely be that they lack the necessary moral courage to
Ths SSSVeS otuSusual pubhc local
such, it is one which the parsons concerned should certainly not
dodge, s -
, Let u, hear from them. Africanus

Both Get the Go-Ahead

t LOST GROCERIES
Sir:
Last week I had the unfortunate experience of losing $13
wortTof Series at the Army Commissary in Corozal; tb is
to say they were not lost but stolen. I relate my story in the

nope mat iawaiu iu.v.v. .
" Upon returning home and noticing that I did nothneau
mr groceries, I immediately called the Sales Store The head
Sshier Bgfc C. answered and told me no one had turned in
SytLtag whether he went out and checked cashier
trough whose line I had Just come do not know I drove
ST, rkhr The cashier, package boy, and delivery boy. all

remembered roe, but no one knew anything about the missing
bag. : : t,i. -v,nya nff vmir items, the

Here is me sei-up. uretiwiw v.iv.
nadtate bov packages and sets them to one side. These em em-Sfoves
Sfoves em-Sfoves n Bales Store employes, the delivery boy is noU The
ffis Sto has 'm : furtherP rLoonsibiHty once those items are
checked off and paid for. OnqS those items are paid for they
are your responsibility (common sense and ."8"
aeree on thUpolnt). The delivery boy then puts the bags in
f ocw. However, and here is the catch U joxv have towlk
to the parking lot and get your car something can happen
If1 wuril. itta'tru. that anyone cunmlsUk. a paper sack
lor wotoer paper sack and inadvertently walk oft with toe
MniuT one- rjeoDle are eeneraUy honest and when they find
to ?ha ta an mirror will notify the Sales Storey The
Coimtesary can only wait and see if someone will call in and
when nobody does, can do nothing further.
Wn Thli to ail gd and well, but in selling any ommodity
von are performing a service, and you cannot mark off the
wSisf rtsToSbllity so sharply. And if it is absolutely ta
BcrSlve that you do so then the public should be notified.
LHter a big sign near the cashiers reading "Once you have paid
KeteoVeriefthey are your responsibility Keep your eye
9X1 Orurely someone can devise some way of preventing these
ocucVrences 'which are not common It seenevery day
someone either forgets their groceries pi 'Uoses them What
the recovery rate? And how many propfe haJhad ttys un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant experience? ?a,j. v i st : t
To whoever took my groceries, I have only this to say. I
hive never considered myself rich, but I beUeve now that i am
wealthy beyond' measure, becauie I have been reduced to
stealing anyone else's groceries. If you need them that badly,
sou are welcome to them. r .v..
Getting back to preventive measures T during the war when
the crowds were tremendous and confusion was rampant, toe
practice of putting the employe. I.C. or

bass was stanaara. remaps wukwk w -some
foolproof scheme for eliminating this disconcerting shop-
iKting I would W to thank Sgt HiU, the manager of
the Sales Store, who tried to do everything he could, the head
cashier who promised to check the tapes to see who was in line
lust ahead of and in back of me, and Mr. Casey of the QM
Food Service Branch who would welcome any practical solution
thi. problem. Learned The Hard Way

"DETECTIVE STORY

ir: 'X'v"7' -7
In reading Trixle Brlceno"3 review of Theater Guild's In Interpretation
terpretation Interpretation of Klngsley's "Detective Story," I was completely
(.ha-ma. w laxlr nf nartirtnlar rriUsm.

- The critic reserved her la3t few lines for such comments
as "smashlngly good," "supero." "very fine";, aU of which are
generalities that reveal the. ansence of concrete Judgment, so
nuHn ff hA rvffn;tnff nf fl nlsv. -j A 1 -

Instead of wasting a few paragraphs on such inane things
as a critic's humanity arid the belching noises of the P anama

Railroad, she might have pointed out some oi pwwuwi
f th. KniMrS" .to!T msnaoini the "fine" stage setting or the

"competent" acting. The discerning eye of a good critic can
enrich the scope of the average theater-goer, v .'uJ.nn
Her most penetrating criticisms, namely that of "sharpening
un" one male perlormance and "tonin down" another lead to

toe question bow? I would suggest that Trixle follow some oi
her own advice; sharpening up her critical eye and toning down

, her non-descriptive adjectives. A

VANISHING COMMERCIALS
sir: '. A ,

' Well, 'the musical Interlude seems to be an accomplished
thing for the Army, They should have another star on their

crown." Pardon me, ribbon. v, : !; ,.-- J
t wrnt tn Nnn ami wive.A s nice answer in which there

was nd mention of where the Army get the authority to cut
commercials. I thought maybe that they hadn't en all the
complaints in the Mail Box.30 I wrote CJN. They don't have

the coiirtesy to answer a personal letter or explain on iv.-
So there Is more than one toat thinks it's maddening and

discouraging? .
I don't think Panama was behind it at all.. I think 'the

Arm st Fort clavton eot the brkht idea. i i

: The Air Force comes out with some Just as corny. The
more I'm in the thing (and I'm only a dependent,' wishing to
hell I; could be more in-dependent) the more I wish I'd never
been part of the mess.
"Sgt Bilko". is a fair example of the Armed Services. To
bad he isn't ar Fort Clayton - ;
Well, good 'people of the Services, -1 hope you won't be
suckers enough to extend "your tour here. They can make you
miserable, enough in three years. Maybe the Army isnt runing

the whole shebang in the States. I hope not..
M, Brook

By VICTOR RIESEL
Harold SUssen. who is unem

ployed though not jobless, is also

going full steam ahead in a fog.
de hasn't sunk Richard Nixon yet.
But he has 'sounded off on some

thing which has really little to do

with the vice presidency itseli but

which accidentally reveals some

hidden political reefs wmch the
GOP strategists have not yet dis discovered.
covered. discovered.
The other day SUssen suggested
that the Kepuolicans go out into
the precincts to measure Dick
isixon's strength among the voters.
Republican precinct workers may

find this a little difficult. The pre precincts
cincts precincts are as crowded with pro pro-Democratic
Democratic pro-Democratic district workers pro provided
vided provided by anions as a single lane
road to the beach on a busteriag
Sunday morning is with crawling

cars." I ---- k;

For the first time since old Sam

Gompers began it all by whooping
it up for William Jennings Brysn
in '1896, labor is practically ignor

ing toe presidential election aaa is
concentrating on the tiniest local
districts.
So carefully and scientifically

has 1 this grass-roots campaign

been worked out by the labor

strategists that the Republicans
may find themselves in control of

the white House and its surround

ing grass lawns but little eise

this winter. ..

Never before has any political

strategy been worked out in such
minute detail And it's all down
on paper in a special handbook
just printed and distributed to the
unions' political workers. There
are 12 specific stratagems in a i?5-

page volume called "How to Win.

Each technique is so written

that it can be and has been
broken down into .individual cbap-

icis wiui caca cuapier uiusiraica
with pictures, cartoons, sketches

and forms for special keeping of

records. These will be reissued

separately to specialists in each

division of the camoaien.

There is a special set ot instruc instruction
tion instruction on "services" in the hand handbook
book handbook lor victory published bv the

Ari, Liu s special committee on
PoKcital Education (COPE). To

read it is to see old-fashioned po politics
litics politics with a rock-and-roll touch.
; services winch increase vour

precinct workers' 'influence with

uie neighbors might include social
gatherings for the neighbors,
Christmas parties, movie parties
for the children on Saturday af

ternoons, oasxets oi food or other
help for needy: families and the

organization of recreational activ activities
ities activities for children and grown uds."
. ... 1 U 1 -1 I it

ajs we lauor nanaooox,
"It is always nice to visit or
send greeting cards to the sick
ana bf eft, ,A y cry. helpful serv service
ice service your COPE precinct organiza organization
tion organization can perform Js to.reei new newcomers
comers newcomers to your neighborhood, par particularly
ticularly particularly those from out of the
state or from another city. The
new arrivals .will appreciate infor

mation as to now to get their light
and water turned on, how to ob

tain car ana drivers' licenses, etc.,
etc."

If these labor MrvW win

friends, the political labor chiefs
have no intention of logins? snv nf

these voters when the neighbors

move.

"Your precinct organization tan

help other COPE precinct organi organizations
zations organizations . by keeDing an eve

on people moving out," says the

umuure lor oauou.

- "Try to find out where thi

going and then notify the block
worker in their new neighborhood
about their arrival. That wa v
everyone keeps their files up to
date and COPE does not lose anv

IVoters by default"

lne instructions are to have at

least one political orcanirer. in

each street And they have, too, in
many, many cities., ,
Nothing is overlooked. Th'o V n 111

of the women is especially not

v 'vvaw, J.UU ut IHJ lUXlJUT t M
man's world," says COPE, "and it
would be fatal to underestimate

me power oi a woman. Particular
ly in politics.' s

The ladies will W used for "or "organizing
ganizing "organizing COPE's social activities
. . dinners and picnics as well

as wore in precincts and neighbor-

Hoods. Our women can help in
many chores such as doorbell

mg, telephone campaigns, neigh
borhood candidate parties and get

ting out the vote , Tea and cof coffee
fee coffee socials, wiener roasts, clam clambakes,
bakes, clambakes, and pitch-in dinners .
have been very successful," the
COPE directors advise, v.
And if you can't leave your chil childrenbring
drenbring childrenbring them along, says
COPE. There will be an AFL-CIO
lady to gather the cherubs togeth
er and tell them stories while you
win T0teg-------'------.- --
Do not, dismiss this as just the
vagaries of lovers of cookies and
fairy tales. In the 1954 election
11 high offices would have been
lost by friends of labor if they had
failed to win one or two votes in
each precinct
Had this happened the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats could not have captured
Congress. For, admits COPE, "In
Oregon a switch of fewer than one
vote per precinct would have
meant defeat for Democratic Sen Senator
ator Senator Neuberger."

c!- 17asi:i::gto:3
f.lEIRY-6O-R0U;!D
r DRgVY FEAHSOH

When You Gotta Go'...

Bv BOB RUARK

PARKING FOB NURSES

f The grass is growing and the
com is as high as a baby ele elephant's
phant's elephant's eye, the sun is shining
and "the puppies have no worms.
So I am enjoying what Mama
calls a "helpful" mood, which gen generally
erally generally bodes bad for somebody.
The tonic is international travel,

which I modestly claim to know

something about. v
Travel light to the romantic
soots, whether it's Europe. Africa,

Ucrmuda, or South America. Get
yourself a hard suitcase those
light glass ones that they test by
drooping them from 20.000 feet arc

nice, and they should be equipped
-. l i j

wiui coai-nangeis. nou kci, uui
self k soft, expandable cloth suit

case for dirty clothes; shoes, and

i enc: at iunk that Won't pack well,

A third article is a shoulder bag,

like a big ladies' handbag big
enough to held a bottle of booze,
a carton of cigarettes, a book or

so, a clean shirt, your vanity or
shaving kit, and odd bits like pills,
matches. Time, Newsweek, and

yesterday's papers. Mostly, they
won't weigh it. Mine is leather

and can handle 30 pounds.

Doc t fetch any clothes you care

about- because a month' of for

eign dry cleaning and laundry will

basn the life out oi any ; gentle
drygoods. Nylons "for overnight
washing, dacrons .. hot requiring

pressing, and something generally

colored oeige tor air travel win
keep you looking like, something

less than a tramp.

You will buy a lot of junk, na

turally, to take back with you, and
ouite a lot of good stuff as well.

If you re eager, ship it air freight

rather than as excess baeeaee. If ourchase anvthine vou'd find or

you're not eager, buy a cheap tin'Alaaison Ave., in Macy's, or ; ir
. 1 1 I V a. I

iruriK ana sena ii uy sea. ixeunan-inarcus.

If you have as much as four or Dor. t try to speak a foreign lan

tm days in 5pain or Italy, you
can buy a life's wardrobe and al

most pay for your trip with the
savings, whether you're a guy or
doll. ;- ...

In Spain, especially Barcelona,

a suit that IT hook you for $275 in

WASHINGTON' Strange
wheels within wheels sometimes

operate the machinery of democ democracy.
racy. democracy. When a solon makes an im

passioned speech on the floor ot
Congress, vows by all that's holy
that he is convinced a certain bill
will ruin the Republic, you never

lean De quite sure wnars Deniira

that speech. Sometimes lie's just
scratcning someone's back in re return
turn return for a favor someone will do
him. Here are some current, ex examples:
amples: examples: BACKSCRATCH NO? 1 "I
make this motion in u 1 1 e r sin sincerity,"
cerity," sincerity," proclaimed UO Con

gressman William Miller of
Lockport, N.Y., last week, "be "because
cause "because I am profoundly convinced
that this legislation in its present
form will destroy more civil lib liberties
erties liberties and civil rights than it will
ever protect"
The congressman referred to
the civil rights bill to protect the
foan ngnui of liegroc. lie turn turn-self
self turn-self had signed his name to the
bill as a co-author. Up until he
made the above speech, he was
vigorously for the Dill, ilien sud suddenly
denly suddenly he moved to throw the en

ure dui into uie icgisiauve asn asn-can.
can. asn-can.

Nobody' could have sounded

more:cnoked with "utter sincer sincerity"
ity" sincerity" and overflowing with "pro "pro-four.d
four.d "pro-four.d conviction" as" he spoke
than the congressman from U)ck-

port .. ;

But colleagues wno Jisienea

were not profoundly impressed.
For they were certain that .be .behind
hind .behind the speech was a backscratch

whereby two Southerners on the

Rules Committee, Colmer of Mis

sissippi and Smith of Virginia,
would agree to block the Niagara

Falls bill, turning power. ove.v to

public, not private, devcopment.

if Miller tried to block civil rights.

Miller long Jias been known as

the congressional champion of pri

vate utilities. Three years ago he
authored the bill,' strongly opposed

by Governor Dewey, turning Ni Niagara,
agara, Niagara, power, over to Jive utilities,

And he opposed the recent Lehman

btu for public development of Ni

agara. The Lehman bill, however,
passed the Senate, and the only
thing that can. stop passage in the

House is a blockage in the Rules
Committee.1 This Colmer and

Smith can probably do.

New York can be hand-tailored by
British-trained tailors out of fine
British material for $40. The gals
go wild over the dressmakers and

the giove-and-shoe shops.
Buy, as little as possible ; in
Pari?. You can get -it better and
cheaper, nearly, anywhere else in
the world. k
When dealing, vitfl airlines," a
thing that Will save your mind is
to remember to verify every res

ervation in writing. Word of
mouth isn't good enough. If

it's written on the ticket, it con constitutes
stitutes constitutes a legal contract, and they
got to carry you even if they have
to throw the pilot off. Otherwise,
y oil are apt to get a shrug and
a so-sorry-please. nt

Forget i that bloody nonsense
about ran I drink-the-water and
eat-the-vegetable. ; You'll have

some tummy trouble whether you
do or you don't, due to change
of habit diet, and climate. A cock

tail or a little wine 11 kill any
buzs you'll encounter, f n ': ;

there's no use bringing a bunch

of gunk. You can buy anything
from a nail file to a Waring mixer
in the wilds of Tanganyika, and in
thn more civilized places you can

guage when you're in trouble with

customs or the cops. Just look
dumb, shrug, and say,, '.'INo, spik
nothing," and they'll shrug, look

rmisvi anrl cav hi-at it 1 i

If you're a woman trying to!; BACKSCRATCH NO. I Two
mn(Tpp .nmpthintr anH opt i mportant bills to protect small

caught, cry.. It' infallible. But tbusiness re: h e equaUty

good gimmick is to put the hot phj" ; ,y pievem

items under your unmentionables cnam stores ana mg on companies

Customs officials are generally f1" undercutting independents;

eentlemen. and shv. to hoot. and (zj ,ine pre merger no-

Mass., of which he is a director.

Joe urged passage. White House
emissaries also applied the heat.
Chairman Spence, who rules the

Banking and Currency commute,
with a firm thougn courteous
hand, reversed himseuV ...
-The administration wants thii
passed," he told Democratic
members of his committee. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly Spence began to turn hand-,
springs for the "bad bill" which
he had once refused to introduce.
Later nt demanded f a t ac action.
tion. action. tongreosmau iiuiier of

Brooklyn objected, .demanded
hearings, then proposed amend

menu, spence ignorea ms araenu araenu-ments,
ments, araenu-ments, called for a vote. The com committee
mittee committee voted at 12:03 p.m.. to send
the bill to the House for final ac

tion. This was three minutes al

ter theHouse had convened, there therefore
fore therefore the vote was illegal. But

Chairman Spence gaveled it

through anyway, ; v

Thus was sppeded the end of a

batumj raotui passed wnca the
oanks went haywire in 1933 and
closed their doors all over the na-

ion. Thus also ooeralc the some

times unwieldy wheels of the ma

chinery of democracy.

WASHINGTON PIPEUN1
Seerelarv of Defense Wilson hai

been trying to spot the leak of anti-.

Air Force stories to the press.

particularly the big scoop scored
cy Tony Leviero of the New York

limes '-regaroing .me 'proposeu
300,000 manpower cut in the Army.

Wilson nnaiiy put uie noger uu

Gen. L. C. Metheny, gave him a
choice of retiring or being shipped
out of Washington. Metheny de

cided to retire . congressman

John Dowdy (D., Tex.) had his
wife on the payroll for $9,128 a
vear up until April 30. Then the

folks down in Texas got lriteo ana

he dropped her . HughMorrow

jf the Saturday Evening rost nas
hut written a nenetratine piece

on Chairman Paul Butler of the

Democratic NaUonal Committee.
Morrow spent considerable time
with Butler in Indiana and else

where, came away sold on But

ler s sincerity and honesty. ;

tificaiion bill requiring big firms

to notify the Justice Department

before merging.

Both have passed the House.

thanks-to Mh tireless'? pushing of
the two foremost champions of

small business Manny Celler

of Brooklyn -and Wright Patman

bf Texarkana. Texas. Democrats

But they have been stuck in the
Senate Judiciary Committee,

thanks to weiker of Idaho. Dirk-

sen of Illinois, and Jenncr of In

diana all Republicans

Weiker was. backscratchlng
chiefly for big business, which

opposes both bills: partly for At

torney General Brownell, who of

ficially favors the pre-merger
notification : bill but is against
the equality of opportunity bill.
BACKSCRATCH NO. 1 Oc

curred over a bill to deny minor

ity stockholders the right to elect
directors to bank boards, as re required
quired required under the New Deal bank
reforms of 1933. Big bankers want
this repealed, but are letting small
banks do the lobbying.
Last year, Kentucky's courtly,
conscientious Brent Spence re refused
fused refused to introduce the bill in the
House, also refused to hold hear hearings
ings hearings on an identical bill that passed
the Senate. "It's a bad oill," he
said. : ''':. ":' ..'-.''.
However, ex-Speaker Joe Mar Martin
tin Martin rprpntlv anoroached Soence. a

Nitclctter from London: At the'SEN. Then figure out what three Reed's Little Club that he will not Dem,?i;,t- .u m.

week-end house party at Henley
where Princess Margaret saw
Group-Captain Townsend again,
she told him: "I said 'No' because

I couldn t face being another wal

If you're going to be in a place

more than a day or so, tip in ad

vances The head porter1 is most

important, because he runs your

life on cars, reservations, tickets
and -such. But a couple of bucks
to the barkeep, the head tollman,

the valet, the maid and the bead-

waiter costs little,; and reaps

niucbo servicio. : ? r, A

' Even if the service Is included
In the bill, at 15 per cent, a 7
per cent tip won't make anybody

naic you.

Don't holler to make yourself
more graphic in a tongue you
you can't speak anyhow. .Say

picase ana rinank you" and

smile pretty and you d be sur

prised how far you can get with
no foreign language.

And remind, yourself daily that
you're not in your home town,
but are a temporary guest of peo people
ple people of strange habits and customs,
and you'll have a gorgeous time.

Otherwise, you might as well stay

nome ana watcn i v.

NE IV YORK CONFIDENTIAL
' By LEE MORTIMER : ,,.

17 91

lis Windsor":

Princess Marie

Sir:

The inauguration of the new shuttle bus service between
Ancon parking lot and Oorgia Hospital Is a step in the right

direction.

I am wondering if the idea will be carried still further and
If parking space for nurses and others who are now prohibited
from parking on the hospital grounds will be provided.
The new shuttle system does not make provision for the

Nurse on the 3 njn.-il pjn. anin who must ciimo me quarter

mile hill from the Ancon parking lot to her job in a clean white

uniform during the heat of the day and at mldnignt walk back

down the hill to a dark and deserted parking lot after being
on her feet for eight hours, or to be exact it is nearer nine

hOUrS. -;''.., ;.:v fy : ' V"' "i :': V-
Couldn't we take just a fev dollars from the millions neces necessary
sary necessary to build that second bridge over the Canal and make park parking
ing parking spaces for nurses somewhere near the job. -
. Not an Employe

jz::i

Louise, 84-year-old granddaughter
of Queen Victoria is livid. She

lives in an old block off Berkeley
Square, the rest of which is taken
up by one of the British ministries.
When they finish for the week-ends,
they switch off the heating leav leaving
ing leaving the old dear shivering until

letters are common to both. i go back as a manager, wants-to

I own his own baseball club or notfr-
' Today's Hot Nothings: Sid Chap- ing . Ten top models of the
lin resuming with Dorothy Malone Ford agency setting up their own
now that Elsa Martinelli is in agency . Noel Carter, ex-show
Italy ; Luise Rainer to try for. gal and Philip Band, the laundry laundry-a
a laundry-a stage comeback in London . man, were secretly wed in Ari-

cnarles Janoff is tTanx "mosti zona last week, but it got out

Happy eiia Loesser s asst and in Uie wash i First time I ever

rail from the Manufacturers Na

tional Bank in North Altleboro,

Charles' wife just made him

most happy fella. It's a boy . .!
Gabor Carelli, Met Opera's famed
tenor,' back after a six-week tour

to Israel and Cincinnati (what a

Monday a., m. . Though Tony! parlay) with a hefty new contract
Beauchamp and his wife, Sarah !in his kick and thrilling talcs, to
Churchill, have not seen each oth-; tell, such as the time he sang to

er for two years, there'll be no di-, 3,500 ir. a desert (in Israel, not Cin-

vorce as long as Sir Winston icinnati) only three miles from the
lives. That's a promise to trim . I border, and no one in the audience
Young Duke of Kent .always in minded the occasional shots. -(But
the headlines with his car crashes he did.)
and champagne parties, is a p---w---.
changed dukeling since his mother ;
called him, to her home in lvcr,-Dcpt of Oh Pshaw: Bclcnclan,
Bucks, and gave him an official: the Paris couturier, is introduc introduc-dressing
dressing introduc-dressing down. "I had enough ing a new perfume to go with his

trouble -with vour father." she Quadrille collection at S500 an sweet nothinv with Martv Kim.

spat. "I won't have any nonsense ounce, two ounce mmlmuro.' I'll mel, Gloria De Haven's ex. So

out of you." take a quart, please . Today s, where was Gloria?

. I K I., !, Dick Cowell item: Lovely Mary
IMcAlpin . Francoise Sagan,

Page Two: Sir Laurence Oliver she's the moppet who wrote "Bonl Today's ': 'Mortimer Medallion:
is having money difficulties, which Jour Tristesse, is not acting like (This and enough readers makes

heard of a press agent with

"faith", when Roland Gammon

(he's also a mag writer) set up

an imer-iaiui" tour to Kussia

xney. say (1 mean the press
agents) that Jacqueline Cochran
(Mrs. Floyd Odium) is planning a
Congress run in California. It's a

small world at that: Jackie Lou

Eery, linked with Dick Havmes.

entered the Harwyn Club with her

ex-nusDano, crooner Guy Mitchell,
on the heels of the exit of Haymes
and Kitty Kelly. And Comedian

Jack Carter was surrounded there
by two lovelies across the "room
from his last season's fiancee.

Leslie Crane, who was exchanging

i'oir-

.....W.v.,...v. .1
CHINESE JMPORT Li U U-Hua,
Hua, U-Hua, noted Chinese actress,
poses on the rail ot the ship
that brought her to San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Entering Under the Ref Refugee
ugee Refugee Act, Li is en route ta
Hollywood under contract to
Cecil B. De Mille. The five-foot
two-inch beauty has made 63
films. .: J .........

Answer to Previous Puixle

MaIvIyI IHaUIt-I

I Veactable Garden 1771

- Is s

ACKOSS.
1 Kind ot beta
4 Swiss
Green -"v"'
- vegetable
12 Pastry ; i .l
1 13 Proportion

14 Fourth.
Arabian caliph
IS Entire
If Lowest deck
17 Male sheep
It Remove
20 Small violin

is why he's lent his monicker to, a British glamor gal . Dick
a new cigaret just on the British iBarthlemess got half-a-million for
market the Olivier. He got $28,000 his Southampton property where a
just for the use of his name . .'group, will' build a swank hotel.
The cigaret sells 2C for 50 cents! Better than pictures . Dept. of
. For five years they've been I thoughtful. Husbands: Steve Allen
trying to rent G. B. Shaw's house has an 8 x 10 of Jayne Meadows
at only $490. a year and no takers,! pasted on the dashboard of his car
and now C. J. Casscrly, a British. . Lilj, Damita claims she's had
publicist, (yes, they nave press a tough time since her divorce from
azc;its too., heaven help me; has'Errol Flynn, but maybe she wont

taken ft over but under the terms, have to complain anymore. She's der room pro, which reminds me
of the lease he must show it to. the preferred companion of Mexi-'of the oft-repeated tale about the

an author a best-selline author):

To my friend Erie Stanley Gard Gardner
ner Gardner whos'- Perry Mason goes into
TV this Fall and hurray! But
please, Erie, more books. You're
not writing 'em fast enough.
Mortimer's Midnight Manners:
When the babe says she's got to
go, it's customary to give her four

bits (the price is up) for the pow-

visitors every Saturday afternoon

.'.-. .Vhen cricketer Keith Miller
went to Buckingham Palace to get
his decoration from the Queen, she

spoke enthusiastically for five min-

can millionaire (dollars not pesos)

Philip Hernandez Kate Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, Cong. Jimmy's 20-year-old
daughter, studying cultural activi activities
ties activities in Russia. (What culture?

utcs but he couldn't hear a word be-iBood. Mass murders! Lies! Trea-

cause of the loud orchestra in tnc son! Ob, get wise to yourself, Ka,
background. ( . jtie.)

This is No Gag: First spell out No Dissa, No Data: Leo Duro-

doll whose nose got shiny ten or

u times a night at great cost to
her john. After five years, she
walked out on him and bought an
apartment house in the Bronx.
(Wisdom of a White Way Wolf:
Most night clubs have phone
booths in the retiring room which
is where they co to call the char

acter they meet after they brush

,,' DOWN
1 Garden tool
2 Lubricators
$
pumpkins
4 Blood money
5 Listens
Husband of t'
Gudrun
T Tumults
Diamond Diamond-cutter's
cutter's Diamond-cutter's cup
Pompous

show

oiut loCUck-beeUe
22EaUaway 11WMBM1

24 Dispatcher

28 Gulp (colli
27 One who
accomplishes
28 Threefold
(comb, form)
JO Russian
community :
31 Noun suffix

32 Pewter coin of

Thailand -SJLova
god
3S Lampreys
38 Danish
seaport
40 Dexterous
42 Deep holes
43 Unit ot
reluctance
45 Monkey
4t Malt drink
47 Visits

49 Unit of weight

SODlmlnutl
Leonard
51 Willow

52 Compass point

53 Mariners
direction
54 College
officials
55 Soak flax

pointer

It Versions
21 Bragg arts
(slang)

23 Exit -25
Made ready
' for printing
it Symbol fof
Indium
30 Parent
33 Roman -magistrates
34 Chemical
substance
38 Saunter

37 Actress,
Simon
3 Jewels-'
39 Expunge 1
40 Masculine
appellation
41 Deetiine J
44 Pseudonym of,
Charles Lamv
47 Food fish
41 Elders (ab.)

l" z b I b IS ib 17 I W H ill,
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r"j t 1
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S-vnxDAY, ArcrsT ms

tsi tmm amctica!! as rxnnTMJE.vr daily KrtrsrArty
Pita rtn

ISM

Church cf Christ
W. W. him, Evuifeltat
Telephone 1-3601
ft IT BlM i f":.i D.lhna Riurf.
mfU0Vr4 e nMe --
Services frundaj U:0 son. 110 a..
T.D0 p-m.
CAISTOflAL: American Legion Haik
HO ABAJO: bouM No. WO lata St.
Unitarian
CHS
UhUAklAM
' DUUKIt
iUJMi
Bldf. 361
Ancon Blvd.
sjamcr Pla
lata inviistian
to antral
"; baptist
COIOU BAPTIST CHUECB
i 311 Bruja hue
Drkwet 4M naJDoa -.,
. r .. phone -17U .
I Cut F. Paoereweal, rasta
, rhttM a-uoi
Sunday School JjjJ
Momma .worship ""J DJ
Iraiiun Union ........... rS 5S-
kveniu ornip
Praye.- Meeting :
Much Wednesday i
Brothwhooa-JOx
Mcvuiay each month ... iw
srr"...... low..
'
' FIRST BAmSl CHUKCH
4 s Balboa Heighta, CJL
, i7 Ancoo Boulevard
Onwet "B' Balboa Helejrti
Phone Balboa 1727
WUUara HL Been. Parte
tun da; benool "...r. M ajn
Morning wonuup v.
Baptlat Training Union .... :JU PJn
Svangaluuc wm ........
Prater kleeun Wednae. :
' dajra
' t..l mtjm HM
W.M.S. SWU WI
Hsn X
liana Brotherhood (Last
. Hmln in month) 7! 9m
FIRST BAPTIST CHTRCB v
Margarita Avenue at 5th btreet
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. Fred 8. Rota, Parte 4
-' tstt a
Horning Worship ........... :
Bapust Training' Union M pja.
Evening Worship ........... J: P--
Prayer Services. Wednesdays ,1W
W M.UJ 1st 3rd Fridays
B.A.. R.A, Sunbeams.
Friday I P-"
Salvation Amy

' (Xan-aBnominatlonal BTaagcliitta
... Meetings)
. TUB PACIFIC UDt
PANAMA UT ,
Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
la t ebruary Street, Phone: 28-2005
11 iloliness Meeting.
3:00 fcunday School.
' 7:30 Salvation Meeting
. LA Btitv. C.2. .
. Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building Mo. 1080, Phone; J-285I
11:09 tlolinear Meeting,
- 3:00 Sunday School.
. 7 M SvaUon Meeting.
. FARA'iSO. CX
Envoy & Mrs. C L, Mosele
" Culara Sueet,
' :00 Si rday SchooL ; ,
11 AO Httiiness Meeting. 1
3:00 Sunday School.
. 1M twivauon Meeting,
COL08 THIRD STREET
BCaptatn Syalin Taylor
ll.Wi iluliness Meetui. :
" 3 :0O Sunday School. V:
7 30 Solvation Meeting, ....
RAINBOW CITX Ci.
- Envoy J. Gill
St. Ki.U and Jamaica Street
11:00 Harness Meeting.
3:00 Pi nday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting ... .
COLON CtNTRAL
, Brnier I'npL and Mrs. C. MeoBatwaiy.
' I4lh Street Phone: 38-743. ;

Union Churches
There aU PreteaUnb cooperate with
Baity ta asaeatlah. liberty la nea nea-;
; nea-; aneatlala and charity la all Unags
' 'THE ATLANTIC $UB
CATUN ...
Rev. Ray Blakely, Paatat
, 4 Phone a-355
Church School ,
.' 11 00 Worship Service, f
' :$ p.ra. Sr. Youth Followghlp.
:00 pj..Jr. toutb FeUowahip.
MARGARITA ' ''
The Rev. caul R. OUndar, Pastor
' Pnune a-le.
3d Bible School.''
Worship wvtee ana Church. Unx
' auraery,
- t J Vouth Feudwshta.
TBB PACIFIC BIOB
. BALBOA '-
The are. Oseat W. OUen. Putot
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St.
Phone g-1486-Churcb Olllce I-323.
30 Church School free but aervict
Parsonage Discussion Group.
Worship Service The Expandec
. Session tor Nursery, Kindaaartaa
. Primary and Junior Depts
' Church-time Nuraerv tot ch'tdrer
under X
100 Junior-High Fellowsbra,
:00 Poat-Hidh Fellowship. .. i i-I.1W
I.1W i-I.1W Senior-tligb Fellowahla, r
CAMBOA ' -'
Dr. vValker 11 Alderton. MinWer.
Office Phone g-47e- Reaidenre Phmo
a-130, .... t
10.00 am. Unified Service of Worship
tor children, young people and adults.
Methodist
. rUs, Mr.l'HUlllM CHURCH
(Brlti-'b Conference)
: Rev. William H Armstrong
' iSth fl D.M-1 ril.
' :00 a m. Morning preyai and
a w p.m. aunaay scnooi
f .IS o m Ivenint Pravet am) Sermon
-ritlMITt MfcTHOUUil CHUKCM
. 7th Street and Melendet Avenue,
Colon. BJ
Rev. Samuel Walden. Minister
t:3u a m. -Morning Sarvlaa eao Holy
Conununlan. .
I p.m. Sunday School
, f:U am evening Service.
MHoly Communion 1st Sundays
Monday. 7 M ojs. Prarar Meettog.
f ttBhHKXr.it MirrHoiiun church
' Rainbow City. CZ
Re. Samuel Walden, Minister
Suiuiaj Bervire lam enu o.m
(unriav School f all area at t3t u
"Tees InvltarJefi Ta Worht"
Tuesday 1 9-m, Prayat ifeeung.

AM

Chwrcllet ef rite saeay teifba as Hw Canal Zaa. ead rk rernnisl
cities) a Paaaate ad Calee, Resxibnc tt Paaaaaa, ax read weltaaae
t has ii re mmm aad f rke rsed senrkea: aad ta ajvitiaa
iKer, frieadi ead etreagers.
. At pefcUr eerrice, Hm The PeaMsa AaMricaa Itsri elew. ky
esaeamiaaheas. gaticai af keen at arena ta and ataar regulei actifttiea.
UaHaga era rareted treat tiaaa re hate. Paaaaiiaariaa baviag
aaly aae ar twa caagngahiai are eared eade rba Caarcaet Aad
Servlcaa.' A agatial lietiaa to ktchiesd la sarvicea at Area peers.
Ail Fntt saw Hml MKsm,
Mi'jittart. charca setarerte aad ckaplaias are asked ta iarana
rke aewi desk ia writing ky Wedaesdef aaea ,at the lataat at eav
cheaget fat las caasiag Set tw day's ckvitk aaga.

Christian Scientist
L'HKISllAA BLUJOUa VHIjKUUa
ftrat Cburct) a) Christ. Scteiiusi. Aacoi
MO Ancoe Boulevard.
Sunday U.1M. wedneaaai am
- Sundav School M ajn
nrm muck at Utrni, aoeatm, Cnslaaa
IJth Stred a Bollvat Hiirnw
9)w-. Srtmw 9
Sunday lift) am, WadoewUy H pJa
. Cathclic
. -..ia x.minr'n M IK
Snmt. Uuaasi TM. 3KM. 10:00 and
12:00 a jn. ...
Holy Day Masses: 111, IMi Ull aJO
ana o w u.m. .-, kn
rnnfntnna! Saturday. 1:30 to ami
and 7:00 to :00 p ra. Thursday, before
lira rrioay. """' i
Uiraruinua Madal Movena: lM OJB
rj.t-hum elaasi attar the IM maas
on.Sun'i?- ... .. . .. m
HigD bcnoM atuuy vu
weonesoay.
SACRED HBART Aeaa
Holy Day mamas: gds am. and i:Wi
P-m. . L ...
Conlesslons: saturaay i w uv
7:15 to 3:00 p.m. Thursday before Jird
ITioay i -w p.iu.
Sacred Heart Devotlona: IM P-av on
maays. '
rtchlam Qua: SOI ta 4: Us on
Tburaday.
Mfna an tm V A TIM a T'wrMfMta
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass it 130 PA
Contentions: 4:00 to :S p-m. OB Sat-
r.ivhlm CUai Saturday I JO la 10
am. ,.-v .; ... .
BT. JOSEPH Paraha
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:11 a.nv
Holy Day Mass at :00 put,
Of.l,- Ul a m. J
rnnfaoiiona: Saturda 30 to 430 and
:30 to 7:30. . .
Catechism Clam: Bunoay aw ia em
PJ-. !: .. . ....
Miraculous ateaai novenai iw a-u-
Convert uurrucuonei snunoaj iv
ST. VINCENT PsnaaU CHy
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 1:30 ajn.
Hnlv Dav Masses: S:S0 and (:00 P.m.
' (It It falls on Saturday the Masses are
8:00 and 830 a.m.) :
Confessions: Saturday 3KW to IM and
7:00 to 1:00 pro. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 pjn.
Miraculous Medal Novena and St
Hons of the Cross: Friday 7M p.m.
Catechism Claast Altar I M mass en
Sunday
Convert Clsssi I JO p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday. ..
ST. THERFSA'S CeeeB
mrn.. a .in m
u.i.. f,-u Mm a-fm a n. ftt H falls
c.,..J.w Q. OA n V
CStecnlsm uassi iw v-m w
Monday.
Conieulone: IM to tM a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST 0 LA SALLB
Parqoe Lrfevre i
1 Sunday Manes: t'M and 1:30 a.m.
ur i. r, u.m, a -IA Unn ThurVL.
Fri. and Sat First Friday mass: 1:00 a m.
Holy .Day Maaseai am ajn, .w
haUe- t ta 111 and IM to
1:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal novenai w
P-m. ...
Cateemsm uiass: a:a p.m. ouuw
Convert Class: Monday TM p-m.
1;..: .v..'. .;,
ST, THERE. PS La Baca
Sunday Mass: 7:00 ajn. :
Holy Day Mass: 1:30 P.m. -. r
rnnfiinna. Saturday 0:30 to IM p.m
Thursday before First Friday 1 30 pjn..
catecniam uiass; j
Sacred Heart Novenat 1:00 pm. on
Convert Clasti : pm oa Thursday
ATLANTIC BIDS
ST JOSEPH'S Celea
Sunday Masses: :4S, :00 and 1:11 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 1:4 and 1:00 IJ
and S: p m.
Confessions: saruroay a.w n .w
7:00 to 1:00 p nt 7
Miraculous meoai novena. nwuiwrnj
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.. m
Sacred Heart novena: mosy iu pjo
Sunday Evening Services 7 :00 pm.
Convert Class: 7 US p m. on Monday
and Thursdays,
Catechism Class: sunoay ions a.m. so
11:45 am. 3:00 p.m. to IM p.m.
rirat Frldav Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at I JO
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 6:60 a.m.
First Communion Instructions tor chil
dren Mondays .and Thursdays 1:00 to
7:00 pm. ,; r:.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, g-OOand 10:30a.m.
Holy Day Mas! IM. M am. and
1:15 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4M to IM and
7:00 to llv pm. After notary seen ava availing.
iling. availing.
Miraculous Medal novenat g:ii ana
7:00 o.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After (M Mass on
Sunday. .
First Friday Exposition aU day during
uie senool Year.
First Saturday: Mas at IM am.',
HOLT FAMTLT CHURCH Margarita
Sunday Masses: 1:00 and 1:30 a.m
Holy Day Maaaea: 1:00 am and 1:15
P Jn.
Confessions: 4:00 to ISO and IM ta
g-00 pm Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 1:00 am.
on Monday. .......
cnttrcn History GrouD every Tueadav
at 7:30 p.m..
Teen-Aag Club: IM p.m. n Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
Catechism Class: 4M p.m. Thursday.
First Friday Durations: 1 M p m.
Inouirv-Discusaion Croun every Frl.
day 730 pm. ..
ST VINCENTS Bams City
Sunday : Masses: 130 am and 10
a.m. ...
Holy Day Masses: IM am and IM
p m.
Confessions: 4M to IM and 7-m tn
1:00 p.m. Saturday.
laieenism Class: i:j a m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at 7M
pjn.
Miraculous Medal Novena: IM am
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart' Novenat IM pm an
Friday. -.
IMMACULATE CONCFTT10N Gatua
Sunday Mass: 1:15 am t .....
Holy Day Mass: IM p.m.
Confessions: s:30 to 7M am an Kt.
urday.
Ca tech htrrt Class: 4.00 pm en Monday
OUR LADT OP GOOD COUNSEL
1 (ia mho
Sunday Masses: 7.-00 and 130 am.
Holy Day Mssses: 1:00 am and IAS
pm
Confeoslont Saturday at 7M am and
after aU evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraeuloua Madal Novaaui f-ea
on Tt.esday.
Sacred Heart Novena: IM am an
Friday. .-
Sunday School: 1:30 p m on Sunday.
Relieiou Instruction Claaa In r hil
dren: 4:00 p.m en Thursday
Heilnou Instruction for adults ir.
ducted in Spanish I: IM am an Man-1
day. - ...... r ,. .. 1
Convert Instructions y appotnlmeiit

u

Episccpsl;
The RL Rev. R. Heat Geodea. .B.T D,
' auaboa
The Very Be. Mainert J. PeteraoBi
S.TJL, Deaa
syncon. ta
TBK CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
- SUNDAYS ....
7:30 am -holf Communion. ..
1:30 am Santa Communion (4th Sun.
.. day),: :.... -... -1:30
am Church SchooL :
1:45 la Escuela Dominical.
11M am Morning Prayer and Sermon
roiy vommunion. (rust Sun-
, -' oay). .....
70 pm Ivening Prayer' and Sermon
WSJJlNtblJAIS :
1:30 a n,. Holy Communion, v
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.. v
. J" U0"1 DAYS i
M km Holy Communion.
I. JO a as Holy Communion. v
DAILY
1:11 a. Hatnliii Sn.
U:M Mw-da) Idissionary Prayer.
, CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Third Street New Cristobal c
The Rev. Nolan G. Akers.
SUNDiva
Holy Communion rso am
Church School .......... I JO am
and Sermon ,':".....,.-. 11 Mam
(First Sunday. Holy Communionl -Vesper
Service and
Vniith. r.ll
WiiNlsbAYS m
noiy tomraunton .. ....... 1:30 am
V"Sr nenearsai 730 pm
A House of Prayer for all people.
1 cocou v. '.; :'
- Chatrb o St Aaarew
The Rev. William W. Balawla.
SUDAYS,"-
Holy Conumuuon
Fsmllv Pravae .rwl m...-.k v.k i
1:30 am-;. ...... i...
Morning Prayer and Sermon II am
(B.C. first Sunday in Month). ;
Ivening Prayer. 730 pm
: Weekday Praver. 1:00 am
I COROZAL
: Chapel The Coed Shepherd
V The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes.
FRIDAYS r"
1:00 am Moming Prayer.
(H.C, first Friday each Month).
JAMBOA
flt Blmaa'a rk..S
Jh,f- John Spear. Priest tn Charge
Choral Eucharist and gar.
? ..?M im
Church School i i m nn.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 1: 00 p.m.
Evensonc and Sermon ...... S -on n m
THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion ............... 1:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer ... 7:00 pm,
Woman'! Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdava 7:30 n.m.
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 am.
Morning Prayer ........ 1:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 tun.
Famuy Eucharist ......... IM a.m.
Office of Complin:.. ...... IM pm.
' LA BOCA c '
. SI. Peter's Chnrek
The Rev. Jeha Soear. Priest ta Charge
3UN1JAX3 ,.-.'...,.. ,...
Morning Prayer and Church
School ;.. IM a.m.
Confirmation Class 1:30 am.
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 am.
Holy Baptism ,. ...12:00 noon
Evensong and Address 730 pm.
Srrf MONDAYS
Woman' Auxiliary ...... i T: pm
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST UAIS
Holy Communion ........a i w am
MARGARITA
'Chnrrh of St. Margaret
Cornm nt Espav Ave.. Braroa Blvd.
The Rev. Nolan G. Akers,
Priest la Char re ...
SUNDAY'S
g:3fl am frhureh School
1:30 am Morning Prayer and dermon
list ii'Hiays, noiy communion i
430 a.m. Confirmation Instruction.
PLO arco '...
. rk.Ml mM Th. HaI f hlllt
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest ta Charge
WEUNJUiLIAia
130 am Holy Communion.
" PARAISO
' t Alben'e Chateh
: The Rev. David A. Osboraa,
PHeat In Char
The Rev. Allaa R. Wentt, Assbtoat
SUNDAr
1:00 a.ia. Choral Eucharist aennon
1:30 am. Infant Baptism
IM m. Church. School
(held In Building 131)
I An ii m Vniith Fellowship
IM m. Evenso'ie and Addross.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS A
- 730 pin Woman Auxiliary and Al Al-i
i Al-i lac Guild Meeting
' PANAMA CTTT . '(
St Panl's Chnrea
The Vea. Lemael B. Shirley, Rertot
The Rev Fns R AtwelL Deerea
SUNDA1. -.:.
tM ajn. Holy Communion
1-00 y Sung Eucharist Ja Sermon
10:45 s m Morning Prayer and Church
Scbrol
12M norr Holy Baottsm i
7-00 i .i" Solemn Vesoera
TUESDAY r
1:30 am Pory Communion (
WEDNESDAYS I t
:0fl m Holy Communion
T'fMt ti.m Vnlne Pravpr
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS .;
g:3o i m solv Communion ......
HOLY DATS .. ,.
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST 'CHURCH l-THg-gEA
-Farrl-'
Colon R de --
, (Onnoalte Hntet WasMnetnn)
; Th Rev. HenryA. Blake,.,
r ? Priest hi Charge-
SUNDAYS
M am Holy Coramunlna
I DO am Choral EwherM and 8erMm
10:30 am Church School Session
IM em Solemn Evensong and Bar
WEDNESDAYS
Aftn HaI rfWitnittllMi :
7-90 pm Evening Praver and Sernvm
I N in Adult Confirmation Class
THURSDAYS
M am fiaver Guild.
.- FRIDAYS
M am Children rhirhartat
SATURDAYS.
10 00 a m Junior Confirmation Claas.
IM pm Compline and Meditation.
. HOLY DAYS
M am Holy Communion.
rainbow crrt,
- Chnnf ef St Mary. I he Vh-rla
- Th Bev. John A. Spalding,
.. Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Sung Eucharist IJOlm
Chunk. School t:4l a.m
Evens-. and Sermon .... IM p.m
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion. ........ IM am
GATUW
9t Georee's Chnrrh
Th Bev. Joha A. apaldfaig.
Priest tn Chars
IM AND ard SUNDAYS
Holy timmunion I Jo am
Jnd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Mor t.rg Praver
"d Senrcn ..... ..... ..' t:30.a.m
Church School, eacb Sun. 1030 am.

-Wo ABAJO
- f,.toPh Chnrch
10th Street Parque Lefevre
The Be. Clarence W. Hayes,
. Priest ta Charge
The Rev. Clereoc A. Cragwrll,
stmriAvs :
. OM am RoIt Ciwtnrmi
J S Eucharut and Sermon.
1 30 am Morning Prayer and Church
11 M noon Holy Baptism.'
MONDAYS "T1 SmM-
730 pm 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxl
unit .,
TtrrsnAve . .. 1
s:jy pm. junior Daughters of the
Y'M nm VMith aT.n v: t
f a CIIUW3UII1. l
WEDNESDAYS . . )
B-flnm Ha w un n I
tM pm. Ivening Prayer and Religious
THURSDAYS .
:m pm OirU' Friendly Society.
sa'turys' ",d Suileton'-
30 am Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
. : ':,
J CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
Ancon. CZ.
', Mintsterl Rev. Elmer O. Neb -Bos
M, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 02
Sunday School ...... 1:45 am
morning worsnip ......... 10:30 hm
, Youth Service .i.... : pm
Evening Servic 7:30 pm
NJ.MA Servic v.......... 1:00 pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 1 JO pm
..- NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panaml H P 23rd Street East
Rev. S- R. HrnwB Mini,,.,
SUNDAY: 7 ."
Divine Worship 1:30 am
Sunday School .. 4 1 M n m.
Sunday Masse 7. 1:45 11:45
mi, aokk. etr. Sunday acuoot at
IM 9M., ;Jlr-: -., .... r,,.... j
. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES .. ..!'
SltnrlllVfl at 1'ssfl FVm Winm Uasnnr-ial
80i Baltva IUd, Balboa. :
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST J
OF LATTER-DAT SAINTS (Monstaal
Sunday meetings In the LDS Chanel
on naiooa noaa.
Sunday School IM a.m.
Priesthood Meeting 1030 am
sacrament Meeting s o p.m.
Primary: Thursday 1:09 pm-
Belief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227. ,
- Allsnlie Branch
. Building 200, Schoolhous Road,
Catun. Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatiin 364 or Otstobal M07
Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Sac--ement
Meeting 1:30 pm Prieshood
Meetina 1:30 nm Wednesday Prlnary
4:30 pm Wednesday Relief society meet
ing as. announced. -: .. r. ;
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH,
Mlltoa K.' Leldig, Minbier '
Phone Res. 13-7111 Of. 13-510
Sunday School ........... f:J0 m
- (A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11 M am.
Youth Fellowship 1:00 pm
Eevenmg worsnip i:w pm.
Praver and Praise (Wed.) 7M p.m.
A church nursey ia provided for your
Vacation Bible School August 7-11 at
1:15-1:00 pm. Ages I years and up are
invnea to anena.
OLU CATHOLIC CHURCH
. St Raphael The Archangel
' '-. lath 8t West No 1
Bolv Eucharist: Rundav at IM am
Tuesdaya, Wednaaday and Tbundav
30 am : 1
Sacrament at oncnos tneaim aer.
vice) First Sunday of each month at
730 am .... -J.-''.- -i.,:.-:.:i-i
tlasat bHbats trsrHaa Ckatraa
t i PanamA R.P p'
' Rt Re. I. jvnee. a A Blahop,
'I .1 rndtrtj.ttmea
-- -- J .d aaM at gag.
rnurajRIa-Rf, aajwiryjsr amy ))( aiiiBH
Fellowship- Worshla at UM om
sunoay scnooi at ........ f
tllvina aarvica af tmfm J pm
BAHA1 CENTER f
BAHAI'8 CENThB
- &4 First Straet
Orbanhacloa El Carmen. Panamd City.
informal Talks and owcussions
Thursday., IM pm
Celea, Mb Frmt Streets
(retain America Baaaarl
Study CUsaee.,.,..Thuradaya, 7M pm
BETHEL MISSION OTURCB '
Espslaba SU Paraiso, CZ.
' Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
IM pm Sunday School.
7:11 pm Gospel Service, .''..'
Monday: 730 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 130 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: giro cnoir itenearuL ,
Friday: IM Women's Missionary So
ciety. ...... .
THE CHURCH OF GOD
IMS Eighth Street Colo
Rev. G. W. Grandisoa. Pastor
Sunday Schol 1:30 om.
Morning Worship ............ 10:30 a.m.
nigra service ............... u pm.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad It.'
1 Rainbow City, Canal Zoo ...
Rev. G. W. Graadisea. Pastor
Morning Worship IM a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a m
nignt service ............... i J pm.
THE CHURCH OF GOV
New Provident
- Mrs. Maada Hiae. Paste
Sunday School .............. 10M a.m.
Morning Worship ............ 11M am.
Night Service 7M pm.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
Panama City
Car. "N" and Mariano Aisweaiena Its
Sunday School .............. 130 am
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 am
Night Servic IM pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rle A hale
- Monte Osenro Rds-lMh St
Rev. Wa J. Johnson, Paster
Sunday Schoo 1:34 im
Moming Worship ........... 10:30 a.m
Nigra service i jv pm.
COMMUNITY CHURCH
' DUbht Heights, C3
- (Full GospeD
Special Engineers Bidg.. Diablo Height
Sunday scnooi :u a.m
Worshtp Servic.-...-..-.;'. rlO-41 am
youtn service :wp.m
Evaniellstle Service 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Bible Study tt Prayer 7M p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rosv. B E WatMMt, Ovuwv t
Phon 1-428, Boa 253. Gamboa
Churches at Paralsa CZ. (Re.: and
Mrs. Herman G. Whytel. Colon. R.P.
(Rev. Ferriando Lorence), Rio Aba to
I Rev. and Mr. Charles Haynesi, and
Catlvl lRev and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekdays service at all
ehurche. ... .7J1: .. ; ., ;
Posts and Bases
- 1 PACIFIC SIDR -Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................
Morning Worship
Church-Tim Nursery School...,
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building Ma
126)
Moming Worship
. Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bibl Class
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building H
707)
Moming Worship . :
Evening" Bible Study ..........
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).,
Morning Worship ..,.. IOS k
' Youth Fellowship
1:00
1000
10:00
9D0
10:15
130
30
10:45
130
3
:30
10:45

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He's Glad Locks Open;
Means Work On Hobby

VVhf-n you meet a frustritine.
though temporary, obstacle, the
proper thing to do is not fume and
fuss but simply find omethirc
else to occupy your time a Bin
UA2 ubstacle is removed. .;.-.
The Miraflores Bndee. as any
one who commutes between Fort
Kobe and the Balboa side of the
Canal can tell you, -is that sort of
obstacle In the eys of. the named
motorist, the bridee waits until me
moment of heaviest traffic. then!
yawns widely to admit a ship.
For some this is occasion or a
relentless, teeth-gnashing tirade.
tor others if means a period ot
resigned boredom and may a lit
tle extra ihut-eye. ; U
But for Ltl Col.'Lotilt X.
Wood, Executive Officer ef the
USARCARIB Special Sarvlcai
Srrtion, t h cause far actual en enjoyment.
joyment. enjoyment. ;' ' S. ' 7
CoL Wood Is an energetic, inven
tive man. He is also an accom
plished artist These qualities have
combined to form-one of the most
unusual hobbies and certainly one
of the greater contributor! to
peace of mind) on the Isthmus
smoKesuck-iKetcning. ;
.When a shin interrupts bridge
traffic, Col. Wood is neither Tnf Tnf-fled
fled Tnf-fled nor resigned. Instead, he takes
up his pencil and sketchbook and
begins drawing. By the time the
ship has passed, its identity has
been thoroughly recorded, c o m-
plcte with smokestack, name and
country, uqeuentiy wiin 1 1 a g,
' Eevenmg Worship T30
U S. NAVAL STATION. Bodmaa
.Sunday School ................. IM
Morning Worship 11M
Holy Communion First Sunday.:
of Month) : ;
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion (Episcopal)... 130
Moming Worship .' IM
Holy Communion First Sunday
ef Month)
, CatlwII :
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mass ,v, 130
Sunday Masses S 30 A 1 00
Confessions, Saturday ...8:30 4k 7:30
Sunday ..................130 e IM
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 1:45
Sunday Masse ....1:45 At 1:00
Confessions, Saturday ...730 4s 1:00
Sunday Mam ., 1030
FORT 1C0BBI .
Saturday Mas IM
Sunday Masses 1:00 A IM
Spanish IM
COROZAL T
Dally Mas ................... :3ti
. '- No. Ill) IM 130
Confession. Saturday Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCX BASK
Daily Mam ... IM
Saturday Mass 1:00
Sunday Masse ..........1:45 11:45
Spanish 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman I
Daily Mass j 4:00
Sunday Mas 130
Jawlah
FORT K0BB1
Saturday IM
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
Saturday 130
USO-JWB (Balboa) i
anuay .- IW
ATLANTIC SIDE
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School ................. I 45
Mornuig Worship 11
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 730
FORT GULICK
, Sunday School
1:45
Mornuig Worship
Vmilh r.llnxhU ..MJ.M
11 KM
IUW
30
730
O S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Solo
- ounoay ocnoot
Daily Mass
Moming Worship
- Holy Communion First Sunday
11:00
r! OS aacsiuii
' Cathall
Sunday Mat
Confessions. Sunday
130
l:4i
PORT GULICK ,
Daily Mass ...4.....
Sunday Mas
Spanish ..... ....,,....", ,.""
Confessions, Saturday ...100 4t
7410
1:45
1:43
IM
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sola
eujr man a.
AnnHnv Mnaa
1:00
COCO SOLITO
I.D0
Sunday Max. ....,..,....
130
Jewish
PORT GULICK
Tuesday
1:H
- Seventh Day
Adventisf
Weeklv RtarvlakRj tan. all a!... L
follow. -
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School :30 am
Divine 8ervice 11:00 am.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m. ;
W-!?.!Md;3L BlDl stu Prayer
P.elfl Side .Panama A Balhee District
raJ?7 H- W"arTel. 183 3501
vans vera, av. i. w. de la Ossa No.
IT '':'.'.-.'
Chorrlllo Kth No. 11 :' S
Pueblo Nuevo 1-A St between trd
and 4th St.
Rio Abajo 11th St. No. 17
Balhna flian.1 IUIAA n m i
hna (Ratllwlaw mhil
Spaabh Chnrrh p'aaaau and
Crlslobola District
rastor Huoen Hut
Panama, Calle Darlen No. "I
' Cristobal. 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frljole.
Dlstrlrt Pastne A a
ITel. No. e-103 i
Cambo Prattt parkway Frljole.
Atlantic Side Celda aad :
CristAhal Dldrirt
Pastor Neblett Tel. 38 :2I
Colon 3rd St. 4s Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 18th Bolivar Ave.
Pentral n1fiim nll. SmJ rl
Jewish
Jewls-i Wdfar Board Bid 72-X U
Boo aoart, Balboa. C Z. Rtbbl Nathan
Wltkln Director.
Servic, Friday. 130 om. Saturday
530 p m
(See llstlnc of Jewish unrlM,
unr'er aosta Base and Stations I.
fiwn...iiMi r.l Kl,..l,i. 1, av
oids C'bs and 38th Street, Bella Vista,
ransma viiy. aorvice iw pn ,;
Lutheran
RRKDPJMER LUTHER) CTftrRCI
bsidos noad at Wlrht street
- Rev. Robert P. Gossiek, Pastar ,1
P.O. Box CM, Balboa. i
Sundav School. Bibl claa lis) am 1
Divin Service 10:11 am. l
"Divine Service at Maraarlta (In Si. I
Marcaret'i Episcopal Church) Sunday

4:00 p.m."

hom port and shipping line. The

rou3 pencil shetch is then com completed
pleted completed in ink and color when the
colonel reaches home.
Since his arrival in the Vanal
Zone in April, 1955, the colonel
has sketched 178 different smoke
stack representing 28 countries.
Thirty-eight different types of em emblems,
blems, emblems, ranging from squares.
stripes and triangles to crosses
and five, six and eight pointed
stars, have been Jotted down, as
have smokestacks bearing all the
letters of me alphabet lave i, W,
Y. and Z.
"It'i thoroughly enjoyable," the
colonel tayi of his colorful collec
tion, "in addition to being educa
tional. At times a ship which you
shetcbed several weeks ago will
come through on its return tran transit.
sit. transit. It's like seeing an old friend."
Bern m Winder, C near A
them. Cel. Wood hai been 'raw
hmj tor- at long ai he can re
member.- He attended 'the Art
Students League In New York in
1M74I and Mr 1944-47 and ha
donk considerable eemmerelal
r work for newtpapen and nation.
ai magaxines. An ell painting
af his which vied te hang fat. the
Pentagon Building may new be
seen at the head ef the atalri
leading, up to the Special Servic
ei Office at Fort Clayton.
Hf Is also a newspaper man.
Graduating in 1933 from the Uni University
versity University of Georgia with a degree
in journalism, the colonel worked
on the Atlanta Journal and for a
time edited a Georgia weekly.
'However," he states, "t hVs e
are more or less sidelines. I guess
I'm really more of a photographer
than anything else." ;
Examnleg nf th pnlnnnl' nmrlr
bear out his statement Before
World War II he traveled exten extensively
sively extensively in Europe, free-lancing in
writing and photography. Two iol
his mora recent nhntnorsnh nir
good enough to win first place in
two imcr-iervice contesu.
When the war hrnk In 1911 Tnl
Wood again went to Europe, this
time ai a mtnihar nf tha.ravslr
He rtayed there for the duration
of the war, then served in Japan
ana we rnuupinei with Special
Services. Prior to hi. icnmnt
her:, he wis stationed at the Pre-
siaia, san trancuco. .
YOUNO HILPPUL
LINCOLN, Neb. (UP)A moth moth-er
er moth-er was giving her version to a
policeman of just how the traffic
accident happened. Her 12-year-old
son piped up: "But it was
really your fault, Mom. He (the
other driver) was coming,', real
now. mama got traffic ticket.
:
How to make the
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Bake that ham with French's
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Prepare imoked ham your usual
war. Remove from oven 20 minute
before lervitig; score fat; itud I
quarea with French s Whole Clove.
Now spread ham with mixture of
1 c. brown sugar, 2 tbs. flour, 4 tb.
French'! Mustard. Return to oven,
bake till glaze is golden brown.
FRlll New teste leaflet, "10 Ways ta
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RhtrN.Y,U.f. A.
FRENCH'S
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. Aib avaiuoie at ."
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CONGRESSMAN VISITS LOCKS Congressman John J. Rhodes
n, of. Arizona, and his family shown isiting Miraflores Locks
Thursday accompanied by Mrs. J. Don Kerlln, whose husband
Is Assistant Staff Director of the Senate Post Office and Civil -,
Service Committee. Left to right, are: Major David H. Smith,
Military Assistant to the Governor; John J. Rhodes in, Con- V
gressman Rhodes, Thomas H. Rhodes, Mrs. Kerlln, Elizabeth
v Rhodes, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Rhodes. k ..

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
t - Balboa Heights
Don't fail to hear a message on
"Why God Spares Our Lives"
: given by Pastor WILLIAM H. BEERY.
.'. .1 ; v :..-,, ; : 1 ' I f'
. 1 1 "I
r ' Sunday. evening, August 5th, at 7:'30.!
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We make loans with guarantees en first mortiget -'
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Nixon On Ballot Will Cost Ike

in. ,..''...,- r . ., '. m ;;.7, 7",.. -..jj, -; -r, ;7..'.. ,:y:-.
3.6 Million Votes, Says Stassen

WASHINGTON. Aua. 4 (UP) I He dlsclottd Thurtdiy, how-

Harold E. Stassen said yesterday ever, that Adolph Toige of the
Vice President Richard M. Nix- New York firm of Ltnnon A

Newell wet rvshmg preparation
for new nationwide poll te

on's name on the GUP ballot next
',. November would cost President

. Eisenhower 3.t million votes. -Stassen,
on "political" leave
from his post as the President's
" disarmament adviser, told a news
1 conference he based the figure on
' the assumption that 60 million
' votes would be cast for the presi presi-"
" presi-" drncy.
He also said that Gov. Christian
' ; A, Herter of Massachusetts, Stas
' tens nronosed substitute for Nix

on on the GUP ticket, has not
asked him to abandon his efforts

in behalf of the eovernor.

Herter said Thursday that he

would not give any delegate per-

mission to nominate him at the

'. GUP convention in San Francisco
later this month. 7 ; ;s
Stassen said Herter properly
had taken the position he would
have te be "drafted." The for for-'V
'V for-'V mer Minnesota governor added
this pot Herter in a perfect poji poji--
- poji-- f tion te "unite" the Republican
party.. :
Stassen made it plain he plans
2 a full-fledge campaign for Herter.
He said campaign buttons are be--t
ing ordered and a headquarters
- Z w ill be set up m San Francisco.
He admitted the odds are
"7 strongly against his move. But he
aaid prospects have improved
since he began his campaign 'a
. week ago last Monday. 7
y Stassen flew to New York yester-day-
after the news conference in
'his new established Eisenhower-
Herter headquarters here. He re re-"
" re-" fused to tell reporters who he plan-

in New York.

show the relative popularity of

Nixon, Herter and 'others. 1
He identified Toigo as one of

the advisers in Stasscn's own cam campaign
paign campaign for the presidency in 1U48,
and a professional pollster during
the campaigns of Mr. Eisenhower

and Thomas E. Dewey.
Stassen has based bis calcula calculations
tions calculations on the relative merits of
Nixon and Herter on a private
poll which he said shows and Ei-senhoer-Nixon
ticket would poll
six per cent fewer votes than an
Eisenhower-Herter ticket.
Stassen declined to detail how
he thinks chances of his campaign
have improved, although he said

he understood a New Hampshire

delegate had declared publicly for
Herter yesterday. He added the

situation is being "reevaluated"

by GUP leaders from coast to
coast.. "'
He said his money short head headquarters
quarters headquarters here received $1,730 in
voluntary contributions Thursday.
A United Press poll of the offices-of
all 47 Republican sena senators,
tors, senators, meanwhile, showed about 500
letters have been received on
Stassen's "dump Nixon" c a m m-paign
paign m-paign since it was launched. A
majority of writers appeared to
lean toward keeping Nixon on the
ticket,

I fttoa&$ True Life Adventures
IN THE TKUg SENSE OP THE WtfRC 3NLV MALE BIRDS 6IN&.
.ANP! THEN? TUNES HAVE PIFFEEENT MEANIMSS. 1

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1 HARTFORD. Conn. UP)- A

proposed campaign song for U.S.
senatorial candidate Thomas J.
Dodd is "Yankee Dodd'll Do.

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10:00 Star, Stage
10:30 What's My Line
11:00 New
U JDi Root. Montgomery
; present.

Wlit-ii buying appliance?. . See
NOKGE before von buv!

ARE OP erSRNEJf
IMPORT. THEV

mav KB MaoekJ WARNINGS TO

CTIUBZ BIRPS TO KEEP AWAJ R33M f
CERTWN tfHOSEN TERWT(5RV VMM
A BIKP CCMiVeSA HkS OWN. , ,,

SIDE GLANCES

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t ttw r le. Im.- l) I I j.....-.J .-

fit noAitUMG uotn

MAinM BooruocT ouw wai

hi j. a. wuxiaia

! "Bad news, Alice! That taxi driver the only single.
: 1 :( man we've lov this resortr

Faliering Philip:
nuiVs Ufa s filled with braises.
Yell-worn steps and mp
epair would teave bis borne like new
V Claaslfleds. ttut the reht clue'

I'LLTAIEA RDeAT IT

CAATJ LKr(5eTU ftV?DrPl?ft6APnV WITH A u?3 WICK,

YOU A5 A RMAMClAL VllZAW, AD SO

OO 1 HAK-KAFF.'.' CAN YOU
FLOAT A 00 LOArVAM0N THEM

POK A 100 PE CEIT KETURN ?

SET ABOARD VOORSEIF TOO 14

TMI6 MAP T HANS A $URE-FtR,

A 3SC(CfeT

MATOR BUT I'D
RATHER TRY FCR."
50WETHIHS EASIER,

h U6 SETJIN6 A

A TRAiOAAr

TREASURE

1

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WXJ SEL6CTEC BOKIWA

ASVTXJR SUBJECT-MOW

POK CN6 THOUSAND POLtARS

. WHAT WAS. THE NAME Or

THE 6KEAT TgaNPARfelL f

WHO KNOCKEP HIM OUT

AM? WHAT DIP THEV CALL M

TH'niNCH HE UP f

IrACK DEMPSEy, THE

7r-f 6REAT MIPPLEWEIGHT-

6EOR6E LE BLANCHfc, A

AAARINE, KMOCK.EP

rttM OUT WITH A

PWOT PUNCH

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IS 6RAMB? THATS WHERE I

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t prize FierrriNoANPUs n
UVIMO HO A NICE KIEI6H60R-1
HOOP AND ME TRViMci TO I

TEACH HER REFeJEMENT J

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. 2vSSxffTwELL, SHE'S
TO'V' ... V.WWNIM'

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THE PIT FAMILV FAME
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mra;AT, august 4, hjs.

TZ2 PAXAMA AXEBICA.V AN INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPER
PAGK Fin

hi)

i.ii.;.
- $
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anama

-suLiai ana Jtncnvi6e

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N I Staffs
, -A 3.0740 1.QW Umm 940 mJ 10 Jt -'

&ngagedi

day evening it 7:30 p.m. it' the
"ort Clayton- Service .Club.
This local "do-it-yourseif "-- hob hobby
by hobby pays rich rewards io .warm
tllOW of a iob well rtnne ami it

solves that horrible problem; of

what to eiva .as a Christmas eifi

to Aunt hetiy, sister Martha, and

uncie wiiue (who has everything).
Vou don't have to have g I e a t
talent to decorate baleas; ,ou
don't have to be an artist! vuiir

limes don't have to be perfect. All

you neea is a aesue to do the

work and comnlete turn hat pit

August is U eattk timn tr hrtrin

thinking of Christmas gifts, iou

can complete at least dozen in

ume to mail them home for Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. ," J ,'' ,.,- V :

flan now in atfpn the ."nun.

lion Christmas Gift" classes ai the
Fort Clavton Service rinh a .eh

Wednesday evening at- T:30. 'All
decorating materials are furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Mr. una mt Moray 'and
their assistants will fceln vnu tnalre

I your selections in decorations and
i tiroes of Bates a.

All enlisted men anrl their fa ml

lies are invkerl tn attenH the oia.a.

es, Anyone interested may call 87'

ior runner information. '.

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MK. AJJD MRS. LLEWELLYN of Curundu Hghts! announce the
engagement of their daughter, Margaret Alpha, to Sp-S Howard
B, Garner, son of Mr. and Mr, A. L, Garner of Oceanslde,
i Calif otnla." Wo date has been set for the wedding.

C.J5. KED CROSS TO FETE GO f. POTTER TOMORROW
The Canal ion Chapter ol the American Red Cross will
; held a reception in honor of Governor and Mrs. W. E. Potter
. tomorrow afternoon at the Chapter House in Ancon between
the hours of 4 and :8 p.m. v
From 209 to 300 volunteer workers of the organisation
. will bo on hand .to meet the chapter's new President and
Mra. W. EFotter.

Mr. W. I. Kemerer 1
. Arrives Here ., v..,. ,,v ...
Mrs. -W. E. Kemerer, Export
Sales Manger of the Firestone In
terntional Company arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday by plane from the States.
He plans to proceed later, though
the Central and South America.

Change Of Address ' frientU
The Colombian Ambassador and uu

Mrs.: flaui H. narnos nave otutcu
to a new address. They will be at
heme to friends at 2nd Street, Jo Jose
se Jose Martin. Their new telephone

: number is 3-7087.. ...;; ;?j

ta Rican capital. DrSelles renew-

eu via rrienasnips and visited with
members of his family residing
there..
In Reute To Mexico
Mr. It ml Vtiwitk it.

Mexican Ambassador to Panama,
left yesterday by plane for a vis visit
it visit to be spent with familv ii

Engagement Announced
Of Miss Nivle t. Ortega
' Mr. and Mrs. Eladid Ortega an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their
daughter Nivia to Mr, Gerald L.
Brown of Lisbon, Ohio, son of Mr.
and Mrs, Orah L. Brown. No defi definite
nite definite date has been set for the wed-
in. ;
Return To Isthmus ' V
Mrs. -William E.s Thompson and

td to their home in Golf Heights
. yesterday after spending a com com--
- com-- bined business, and pleasure trip at
their fine a it Rio Segundo, Costa

Mrs. Thompson Is tht' wife, Df

Cpt. WJUiam laompsou.
Cemmissary Visit Made
w Nawcamart' Club :

The Newcovers Club made a re recent
cent recent visit to the Bakery, Coffee

Roasting Plant and lea Cream
Plant of Mt; Hope. :

and Mrs." Fred Dahl, members of
the club Bad many points of inter interest
est interest pointed out to them and the
l t.I .1. . .Haiti.

inner wormB ui uie

zauon expiameu. ;
. Those attending were Mesdames

jsetty uartman, Maxine jod,
Shirley Blair, Penny Goggans,
lFi Tyvvtt Rett Kima.

baugh, Jane-Langdorf, Arlene Per-

suns anq mms iucv ctcciuau.

Fart Clivtan crut,.

nagurates .y .;.:

Operaficn Christmas Gift"

. ""jwu civic V.1UD
2"Mttuurted series of class class-es
es class-es on Batea pamtmg called "Oper "Operation
ation "Operation Christmas Gift." with Mr
and Mrs. Arhnr m mv.."

recoeni7n n mm,f ?

?h tJkW n Be" Daintin on

nsiruciors.

cusses are held each Wednes

' fact, aotic far iecluiie'e in this
Minnie ahauU k. tuhmiH.4 i.

tyM-writtM form tni msilcd ta arte

r me aea numban litted daily
SmisI aad Otkerwite," ar atlivw
ee1 kr tuna te the effice. Notices of
caaM k. acctpted by
teleeheee.

Newcomers' Club Flans

The next meetinu nt th. v.

comers' Club will be h a l ri An

Thursaav. Aua u t i '''ilk n m ar

the home of Mrs, Lois Faymer, 7th

aim wargama m ew Cristobal.
Members are, remindoil nt th

mo io Puerto Keiln Mhu?iilr! for

Aug. 7,. and the Card Partv- of

me Margarita Service Center on
Aug. 15 at 1:30 p.m.

Tickets for th Card t.rt

be purchased from any member
for one dollar which -will entitle
those-who attend to nrtrint in

door and table prizes, and refresh-

: X.''-' '- .'":,'
Lt. GarVVn H Maiimklam

Auxiliary Te Moot 1

tne u. Garvyn H. Moumblow

Mrm. Auxiliary to rnat sx7 n'w

Crist' bal. wl II hnirf it.

lar business mtinff nn MnnHoo

v

O BEST DRINKS -O
BEST FOOD
O BEST SERVICE
O BEST ENVIRONMENT
O' FINE MUSIC
Gentlemen are requested to wear jackets
' after 6 p.m.

BAR

GRILL

HOTEL INTERNACIONAL

'uark( turn-.- mt

t
A"

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aiutK jh. aiukkax are literally at sea with Bateas. iThe Mokravs lone lone-recognized
recognized lone-recognized among tho foremost authorities on Bate! palntin on the isthmus are "lSctmf
if STtitf aLei W eacrweKirevin'

7 i .-; wwtivc yiuu. ui cuuateu men ana vneir. iammes are invited inv.'
one Interested may call 87-4126 for further in formation. y

-.-', r r s 11 Ml1- 1 1 -" i if i i

Adlar Receives Boost;
Glaims 513 Total Votes-"

Aug. 6, at VM p.m. at the Amer American
ican American Legion Hall, Cristobal, C. Z.
Members are asked to attend.

- A few minute. t .4

the middli of rcofuVn CTKrS

T.I5? 0 r' K young door-to-

t .1.""B canvass
tOWn. WSl llin

scriptions.

is openmg remark was. "Are
you the boss here?" It ",, said
With a itvliTi ; .T"..?ala

Mh grin. No doubt h h JL

tnlA 1 it-

Sf grin r 9 Ctn 'tsitt ',boy"

1

WASHTNCTflN. Aim i YTTPV

Arilnt F Stnvviunn nt a ttnurorfnl

new boost toward the Democratic
presidential nomination today when
Sm. Clinton: F. Anderson an announced
nounced announced -th first .break in the
ranks of favorite son delegations.
Anderson fnlrt the IThitoH Pr...

ilie will release the 16 votes pledg-

ea iu nim as jnbw Mexico s favor favorite
ite favorite nn bp'forii fh firat hollnt ic

completed at the .Democratic ,con-i
ITMlin. It. U IT. J 1 t ....

ne wururge nis aeiegates to switch
their votes to Stevenson.-

if all la votes actually went fo
th 1952 Democratic contender, it
would give him an indicated first

fret strength of 513. Needed for
. nommationf 8Vk
Both Stevimsorf and New5 York
Gmn.d AvfTpM -Harriman Yuxran

working hard for support among
favorite son delegations after Sen.
Estec Kefauver JD-T t. nnllpH

out v the rece in favor of Steven-
son: w a i w :. J

- Rep. Michael J. Kirwan (O-'
Ohio) indicated that he expects
the big Ohio delegation to swing
to Stevensonalso probaly" on
the first ballot. Fifty-four of O
hio's 51 .votes now are pledged to
Gov. Frank Leusche end four to
Stevenson.:
Additionally, Mark Hollora.n,
Democratic national ;: committee committeeman
man committeeman from Missouri, predicted a

''otiick switch'' of Missouri's 28
votes to Stevenson after they are

cut on ue tirst oauot lor Sen

Stuart Symington,

themselves give the benefits of
comfort and lnnk Rut ; if

skirt hops up above the stocking

line wnen one sus aown, oneougnt
not to Wlf them Prunnt uun.

en .should, in no ca.se, wear stock stockings
ings stockings with eleastic at the knees

- wemen wno aon t feel the need
Of ttOCkinffl thflllM uuii ilirbin

foot-covers to protect the Insides

oi ne snoes ana tneir feet. They
should not wear socks with
pumps...:': .. -!

THE."UNtU. 7 PA EATING CLUB'; :' .',
' ,50: ;
Uo.1 lujich 0.60
llo.2lUIICH 0.75 'p'
:iio; 3 iohch'v.:..:v.""".:mo y-Vi":
SPECIAL Iso S
, Includes Appetizer Soup or Consome
Entree Salad Dessert 4. Bread
; , Butter & Coffer or Tea v
MVSIC AND" DANCING EVERY NIGHT
: TYPICAL NIGHTS, on WEDNESDAY with
V "Conjunto Plicet1? and Margarita Escala
;EL RANCH0 GARDEN

fit

Invitation Te A Coffee
Henoring Juno And Vic May Jr.
All friends of .June and Vic May
Jr., formerly of Margarita, C. a,
are invited to attend a gt-togeth-er
coffee 4 immediately .following
working hours nn Monday, Aug. I,
at the Margarita Elks Club. :

' Mr. and Mrs. May and daugh daughter
ter daughter Sandra, who make their home
in Houston, Texas, are now visit visiting
ing visiting their respective families on the
Canal Zone, The Mays will remain
oa the Isthmus for two weeks.
Dr. Young To Lecture On
"Irldey" At JWB-OSO
Dr. Young has accepted the
USO-JWB s request : to continue

his talk on "Bndey Murphy' on

Monday, at I p.m. at the USO-
lll'l Armul Pnro rntir

Dr. Paul Young, Administrator

tt ice Louisiana Mate university
gummer program, head of the LSU
Department of Psychology and
Professor of Psychology, has revi revitalized
talized revitalized interest on the part of Zo Zo-tuans
tuans Zo-tuans to learn from authoritative
sources their views on the chal challenging
lenging challenging best-sellen "The Search

for Bndey Murphy." 1
Strviceraen and their families
and the general public of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and Panama are invited
to attend. ,;-
Selles Family Returns "
From Costs' Rica - ; .':(':''-
Dr. Eduardo Sellii. arrnmna.

T .w-.. III .Ul II

nied by his family, has returned rm sure 1 would have subscribed

:J r r b "f fu t l?'aJ' w wmethmg just to show my ap apse,
se, apse, Costa Bica.. While in the Cos- preciaUon.

His nrt mrb m ..

- -" m was, x mm one
of SO young men being trained to
meet the public."
The hfV mni innl Vl i-

nd so on and on.

. reseni ue young man.
out like most ImimmHo.. t j.j

"koi muii treated like an w

becile.

Franknaia astil f 11....

How Inns' in

. ; o uvuichivci sn.
in. tj. V, ... ... .

" uo ireaieo luce naif wits by

warn 10 sen us some something?
thing? something? vc j.. i.'i ,..1.
Hew loner la it m'na t.

w lane
the high pressure boya-who train
thesft talanhnna anil J... j

salesmen to wake up to the fact

umv wo nousewue a ume is lust
as valuable as the time of a busi-

nessmanr fche certamly doesn't
want any salesman wasting 20
minutes of her time being coy
before he admits what he is trying
to sell., :;.,; .:
How lone la it ffnin- tn tiVa 4fc.

to figure out that the average

uuuaewuc isn c a ainiini fnni kni

instead, is a practical shopper who

juji warns 10 Know one thing from

(desman.'
And that one- thing is: Are you
selling anything I need or am in interested
terested interested in buying?"
the longer it takes a salesman
to get around to answering that

ouestion, the more impatient his

potential customer becomes.
No, I didn't take any subscrip subscriptions.
tions. subscriptions. But t mifht hava if tha

- n j uuii,
man had walked nn tn tha tmr,t

door and said honestly and with
no waste of words, "I am selling
magazine subscriptions. Would you
be kind enough to look over my
list and se if them ia anv mn

azine you want to renew or start?"!
On rnnrl thnmrht 1 wnnM k...

been so startled by being treated'
in" such a forthrisht manner 1

aA aiawa M

Steven.Ana ramnniffn Btrotavlota

clairh that hraab hv anv tun of

thn l.nrffpp rlpbatfatinnc riled a oA tn

7 1-1--", r----
favorite; son would give him en-

cugn votes tor a first Da not victory.
Harriman'a aim ia tn neranada

these groups to hold the line as

long as possmie ana to pick up nis
share nf anv elecrnfaa that waier

Hia rrhannaai are nelieve lilrelv tn

improve it Stevenson can be stop-

pea on ine tirst two roil cans.
Observers : here believe several
ftelefratinna-." will rfltt their vntea

for their favorite sons on. the first

roll call and men seek recogni
tion- to ewitch before the tabula
tinn i enmnlpteH. An1erann Inrlt.

catH this would be the pattern fol-
1 I 1 .1 K- ...... j.i

uon.

Favorite-son delegations :wtll

yield ,287H-votes of the 686 '4
needed for liomination. The. latest

United Press tabulation showed
Sterenson with 497 indicated first
ballot votes to Harriman'r 166
Both ranrtwlatra rlaim- a r a a t a r

siremn man tnat, however.

Meanwhile, hen. Faul H. Doug

las.. rTJ-Ill Y ffave, new hnno tn

Democratic1 moderates' who ire

trying to avoid a convention battle
over civil rights. ;
Dnliplaf a liader nf the Senate

civil tight! bipe, aaid in. an intee-

viow inai ne win not nut nn a nar

tie fnl a atrnnii rivil riohtt nlank

He said-he honea the nartv will a-

dopt a' forthright declaration, but

added that he will not try to ld ld-fluence
fluence ld-fluence the platform committee on

his leuow tuinou delegates. ;

m'Ti

BENDING STRAIGHT LINE
The new "straight shot"
Kansas Turnpike doesn't really
look too straight when you get
far enough above it. This photo,
taken at a height of 20,000 feet
from an Air National Guard
plane, looks southwest from a
point near Emporia, and shows
SO pules of superhighway, in
one glance. The turnpike is
acheduled for fall opening.

I.3iYtpe2ccn To BeJ,
Gcisl! Prcscksr

AfSiiPelsr's-n 1

Scheduled io be guest preacher

Stock

0,t?,

was

9

' By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
STOCKINGslor -not.in. the sum
mer 1

I hia tai fluecttinn manv wnmen

past 40 ask,, as soon as the weath
er turns wsrm.- A
It ran't be settled categorically

Snme mature tvnmert have varv

lyouthfiil skin.. They tan with ase
a .1. . i .i .

ana me sxin on ineir legs nas re-
maineri firm Ortainlv theca ivnm.

at bt. peters church in La Boca en nave no more need to wear

tomorrow night is the Rev. Allan stockings on casual occasions, if
R. Wentt, who returned here a dea-Jthey wish to go without, than
con recently after completing stu- their-daughters do. ' .,

dies at a seminary in the United i women who have conspicuous

oiaies. veins m their legs and women who
He will preach on occasion of a I wear elastic stockings for medical

uiuaiuuaij unvite arransea Dy reasons snow me answer Deiore
the Pansh Welfare Council, start-1 they ask. They hope only 'that
ltl'L7:30" I someone will give them an excuse
Th RaV .Tnhn Snoar nriat lnln An nihat then bnn.n rrk

. ,T i rnvui mui.u uu final. v.iv.j auun KUJ UUUL
charge, will' be celebrant and not to do. ..

preacher at the choral eucharist : Women whose skin remains pa-
10:30 a.m.. fllirinff which the nnm. lil IVirn.icrtiniit ha i,mi aJ

. rr ...... v w nwau : ihivu(,vui ...V. omiiiiiivi UW
ana Alixiliarv will malre thai r n.nn.. n.h. ..-J..

- ..... ...M..v b i nUU.LU TVUV IG JCTw W1J UliUCt Ul
monthly corporate communion. overweight ought to decide about
StUl ODPn for enrollment. theVuPflrlnff ttnclinam nn ttia Iiooio nt

a .. 'I --Tv-.(a. HM MOW W
NBtltltf rkm nA aa-f ,aM ; .1.. .. I. .il iL 4 i it

sivnaj : AUtUlCU VUlJltl lltAUUII

v v"

Will meet an hour hefnre the ret

ebration. ;
The-feat nf tia l...f m.ln.

.i.w vuu. v. uii. i auaiiuiaiiuill
will be observed on Monday morn-

ii'K wiin noiv commun inn at 9

clock.

whether the rnmfnrt la wnrth the

price they 'will pay in attractive attractive-qess.
qess. attractive-qess. k
Sr.me women who wear longer
rlrepsei and whn have nn eirrnla.

o'ition trouble may find that knee
length stockings that stay up by

You're Mcvcr Too Old To Be A "Beginner!

T.L.iJ i. 'ftl in nttrTT a tMiiiine

id ac auvaniage ui riAKMCM & uunrii

' Special Beginners Course

f f Be more popular and learn all
' v. i 8 BASIC dances.
.HARNETT & DUNN ay that all'

.., nrouna aancers have most fun.

' r .. yuuu uaucers nave most fun.
iWambo Fox Trot studio Hrs. 5 to 10 p.m. suite 111.
I I ., I Studio El Panama Hotel

, Waltz

lucrenzue

Cha-Cha-Cha

Tel Balboa 2-4239 or Pan. 3-1660,

. ait corwiuoned studio
HARNETT & DUNN

Members of Dance Master b Educators of America,

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Learn i
; Dans )
For $15.

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DUE TO

ThauiaaJi of babiat thrauahaol the

' v (rw hoalthy and fur(Jy qu (.
UCTO0JN. rtparkd ttpwlallr by Noitlo'v
.' UCTOOEM ceniiiti t pura milk af tha
i8lit auojify, modiM Io pravid yaar
' baby (ram early Monty, th bolancad dial
MA fce sead. Moraow,UaOGEN imw
V of balflf anrlchad with
. vilamiin ta old i fcajby's rwth and with
retoc"" atolmt ontmla. -

A NESTLPS Product

xCONSULT YOUR DOCTOR:
I Although your baby h In good health; the

y doctor should examine him, periodically.

The milk most siml.,"
lar te Mothers' milk..

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Plessa send mt a : copy of the "MClER.'.BpOK",

,i or expectant ana nursing motneiM

fllt '. ;.y. . . J
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My -baby's are-li ...... ".'.V.

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li t BOOM DANCS
STUDIO
mvantEA UNTIL ZOO
LEARN"
Balbeat MIS af Faa.1
Studio El Panama Hotel
WB win relievo Tom
;, FOOT-TROUBLJS
oexna, caJloutaea, nail
CHIROPODIST- ;
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0RTEPED1A NAC10NAL
H lotto AiotemeiHi
Mentol Potient :
Kills Wife, Son t'
xra-ur vnW. Anff. 1 'f UP A
former mental patient yesterday
shot and killed nii wue ana ww
itk ahntBun and then care-
fully covered their bodies w 1 1 h
blankeu oeiore noiuyuis
''pnllrai taid Michael McGinnlns,
. m wiirri into the police station
and id, "I've Just killed my wife
and son with a snotgun.
VdMpm fnnnrl the bodv of M r I
McGinnis, 32, sprawled on the
. tha!i Itn a month cola
water flat with a Bible clutched
in her hand. The body of her son
ti a nrevious jnarriaee, nonam,
13, was lying on a. bed.
FOR SALE
Ccmplele Ceramic
- ; Equipment
In Excellent :
Condition T
Which includes Swedish
potters wheel run elec electrically
trically electrically and by foot,
wedging table, hot box,'
all chemicals, etc.
For further information
call Panam6 3-0208
oetween 57 p.m.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Qaetattoas by
AJUAB, MATCsS ASSOCIATES
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ruerta t Ua-fttl. tlVi t
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anamefia do Acoltaa ....
Fanamefta da Fibraa ...22 i
Fanamena do Sefuroa '..
Panaauna da Tabaeo .. U U t
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- Teatro Central ,',',,"',)
(Commerdsl Notlcei

LIBRERIA PRECIADO
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Agendas Internal dt Publicacionts
He. S Utter nut
CASA 2ALDO
"... Central Am a

FOR SALE
Household
. FOR SALI.- Bidroom and livini
. ftom. Good priea. : Via Porrat
128 Na. 4.
FOR SALE? 7-ft. Kalvinator 60
cycla rafrigantar, parfaet work-
inf ardar, food airtariar $75f :
Pkaiw Ft. Kobba 2270.
FOR SALE-Cana inset bad boa
print mattran, aavar utad; larga
framad mirror; Panama map,
miicallanaoui prinh, all framad; -twin
aixa moirt and chintx bad
ipruds; ana mahogany uphol-
. ararad chair; twa chinti ilipptr
chain; studio couch-bod; athor
'' mitccllanaoui articlot; electric
rotriflorator. Panama J-6J72.
FOR 'SALE: Dining and living
room aata,' bar mitcellancout,.
: 351-C. Ancan. Phena 4297 aft after
er after 4:30.
FOR SALE: Sectional bamboo,
S placet; mahogany bedroom
tuite; boy'a bicycle. 2107-B,
Curundu. Phone S3-4209.
FOR SALE.- Bedroom and din.
ing roan edit. Special price for
entire lot. Will consider offer for
Individual tat. Brand new, never
been utad. Call Panama 3-0898.
FOR SALE Due t trip. Cold,
apot refrigerator in' very 'good
.condition, $75. Phono Panama
2-1225.
FOR RENT
1 Rooms,
FOR RENT.- Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished room, private bath,
"age. 7th Ave. No. II. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-2147.
FOR RENT: Large furnished
room, American couple, bache bachelor.
lor. bachelor. Private kitchen, gat, refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, $45. Corner Juste Aro Aro-lemena
lemena Aro-lemena and 3 1st St. No. 9.
JWTC Awarded
YMCA's Honors"
The Junale Warfsro i Trsinina
center has added another naPA tn
uiuutt nisiory uiis, ume in the
field of sports. r
As a result of their outstanding
fair play in the recently complet-
tA USO Warm lln fiairthn
league,- tne 7437th JWTC detach-
em was presented with the
Sportsmanship trophy. Although
uuappoimea mat the center's re
presentatives aid not win the
championship in the eight games
they played, the unit was justly
proud of its "jungle bunnies."
The nine man team was led by
stalwarts ix. Charles And and
Sgt. Council Coney, forwards, and
Sp-3 David Korpela and Pfc. Ser Sergio
gio Sergio Aguilar, guards.
The squad is ready and anxious
to add a championship to their
laurels in the "Unit Level Atlan
tic Military Basketball League"
wiiii-n commenced on Thursday,
tapt. G .M, Vickery. detach
ment commander, in addressing
iuc ssuau, expresseq me unit c
gratitude and feeling by saying,
, uib u me iirst awara oy Dy no
means tne last."
LABOR LOST
MILFORD, Conn. -(UP) Po Police
lice Police believe the thief who took two
parsing meters from in front of a
aowntown tavern was disappoint
eu. ue raeiertcontained no mon
ey. .,-"
HOTEL HOUSES COLLEGE
TAMPA, Fla. (UP) Univen
sity of Tampa students- attend
classes in what was formerly the
Tampa Bay Hotel, a S3.500.000
structure built m 1889 by develop-
or nenry o. riant.

"f :.-f-.j ,'' ''' i, v.': fl r'''j., '" " '" 'f v'"'
l(em Of An Ovemhelmlng Success .

'Another voice like Mario Lania's Is nowhere to be

.found. And in the new Mario Lanza picture you'll see a
towering and touching dramatic performance that matches
his matchless voice! . .The thrill of his voice! The thrill of
a great story l The thrill of a new motion picture triumph!

''SERENADE': OPENS OK

LOURDES PHARMACY
1UU Canaeeailla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO

Me. M Street
MORRISON
a ot Jriy At J t
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE-Baaatiful Cadillac,,'
white end gray. Coupe-da-Ville..
lata 1954 with factory equipped
Continental (pare, whitawall U.S.
Royal Matter tirei, .automatic,
windowi and teat, (electronic ra-
die, air ventilator, etc Thia car
cotfi new aver S5806 Stateiide.
It hat anly 1 5,000 one-owner
:; milet. For quick 'tale $3600.
; Will accept good condition lata
model tmaller ,caf at bait pay payment.
ment. payment. Working hourt call fort
Clayton 6195, craning hourt,.
Balboa 1793. J
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Cut Cut-tomline
tomline Cut-tomline 6-cyl., excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, radio, new teatcovert, good
1 tires. Original owner. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1464. House ,2483-A, Pyle
-Street, Balboa. ' ',
FOR SALE: 1955 Belvedere
Plymouth S cyl., 4 door, wl r
tires, twe-tono color, directional
lights, chrome vent shades, tint tinted
ed tinted windows, power glide tram
: mission, low mileage, like new.
1 Mutt tell before August 6th.
House 41, New Cristobal,
2482.
FOR SALE: 1955 Thunderbird
Convertible, wt tires, Overdrive,
radio- new. top (black), light,
green, color. Driven only 10,000
miles. Bargain, Call Panama 2 2-0870.
0870. 2-0870. ;
FOR SALE: 1953 Ranch Wag Wag-en,
en, Wag-en, 6 cycles, excellent tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, 10-year battery, new muf-
fler, copper tail pipe, 28,000'
milet, $900. Mutt tell .quick.
FOR SALE-Cadillac Coupe do
Ville, navy blue, top, light blue
bottom,, radio, heater, power win windows,
dows, windows, seats, whitawall tiros, new
teat covert; motor overhauled,
January, new parts. $295 down.
Balboa 4256, 5623-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Tu Tudor
dor Tudor Sedan,' one owner, 58,000
actual milat. O. H. Graham, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 552-B. Phone 5286.
FOR SALE 1955 Bulck Super
Riviera,, completely equipped,
like new. Phone Ft. Amador
5213.
FOR SALE: Ufa medel 1954
V-S Ford Country Sedan. Carl
phone 25-2231 or see 1345-C.
15th N.D. Headquarters. Price:
$1800 cash.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman
' Minx, good condition.' Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1762. ;
FOR SALE. 195 1 Ford Deluxe
V-S, overdrive, excellent run run-nine,
nine, run-nine, condition. Balboa .3210,
791-D. Tavemilla. c
FOR SALE: 1949 Lincoln 4.
door Sedan, black,' white tide.
wall tires, hydramatlc. radio,
duty paid, good condition. Bar.
gain for quick tale. 6431 Dot'
" Bocat, Lot Riot, Phone Balboa
2107. t.-y
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Sedan
with dynaflow, radioAheater, etc
Original owner. Balboa 2-2701.
T
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
BelAir hardtop convertible, un.'
dercoated, radio, dean, $1195.
Phone Navy 3119.
FOR SALE Late 1955 Austin
Healey. Black with red uphol upholstery,
stery, upholstery, immaculate, $1830. Call
Curundu 3139 u,
FOR SALE: 1941 Dodge Pkk-v
up. available Sunday P.M. Good
condition, extra fires, Balboa
'3050.' v;-. .-:" ;
f ; COLORFUL PARTY
LIBERAL: Kan. MUP) The
guest list .. included' Mrs. Barr
Brown. Mrs. Charles Black -and
miss fatsy Brown. They attended
a nink and blue shower. In the
Green Room of the Blue Bonnet
courts communiiy nau. ,
AUGUST 8 AT THE CENTBAU.

LEWIS SERVICE
. in. Ural He. 4 .;"
FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
Ml Cintttl Ave.-
FARMACIA LUX
',. MitaMAtMt .

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOUa ANONYMOUt
-:. BOX 2031, ANC0N. CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ,
FREEl-Study the sacred scrip.
Hires in. your own home, aided
by course in worldwide tne. Eng. ;
liabj an J Spanish'. No oott. Em-
nana Bible School, Bos 1081,
Balboa, CZ. .:'
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Boxer, 21 meathi
old; ado I net Weaned yet. la. -tarnations!
championship dogt.
Call Cece Solo 528. Real reas reasonable
onable reasonable price for both dogt.
, Bidt for theater chain and ac accessories
cessories accessories at Quarry Height! and
Ft. Davit have been rejected.
Prior bidden and ethen wishing
to bid orally may do to )y ap appearing
pearing appearing ia person at Bldf. 153,
Quarry Heighta at 2 p.m 7
August, 1956. All bidden mutt
be prepared to leave deposit of
at least 25 of total bid when
bid it given. Conditions of Sale
. No. 6-56 will apply unlets oth otherwise
erwise otherwise stated heroin. Caribbean
Army b Air Fore Motion Pic;:
ture Service, "' s'
FOR SALE: 165-watt. trans transmitter
mitter transmitter with coifs, 40-cycle; also
Millen 90711 all-band YFO.
Reasonable, phone Balboa 2-
1520. :: i.;-.
FOR SALE: Boxer pups, fawa
' color, black mask, $20 moles,
SI 5 feMalet. 114 Oatun. Phone
5-188. :,.';.,;.
FOR SALE j Aquarium 20-gal.,
stainless, with lights, planta,
goldfish 4V table; new Remington
aortablo typewriter; a h e 1 1 of
drawers 25"x25"x58" high with
14 drawen (suitakle fer collec collec-tien
tien collec-tien or storage tmaN itamtlf
Chinese linen chests. Telephone
Navy 3538. House 209-B, Rod-
' IMS,.lr::1:,v1r;.').1t .'fr'- '."'S'.
FOR SALE: Man's tuirt and
overcoat, Nke new, alio 40 teg.
ular. Phano 2-4139 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Spinet-typo Pieae.
9th 1 0th Streets Bolivar Ave.
aae 9128. Phone 190.

Teenager 'Shoots Famous

People In Line Of Duty

By TOM PARRELL
. NEW BUFFALO. Mich. (UP)
Seventeen-year-old Stephanie
Koumeii is one of southwestern
Michigan's best-known news pho photographers.
tographers. photographers.
Stephanie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen X. Jtoumell, has
been taking pictures with a speed
graphic "camera since she 'was 10
years eld for the .New ; Buffalo
Times, a, weekly newspaper. Her
mother is editor and publisher of
the Times; and her father is an
"At first, Stephanie was content
to shoot pictures of friends' on our
Lake Michigan .beaches and. sand
dunes, at council meetings, PTA
functions and birthday parties,"
her mother said. ,
. ''Then came the day four, years
ago when Stephanie's father and
i got ready to attend an important
Republican rally ,at tt. Joseph.
Sen. Robert Taft was coming to
the rally and, a group of us. were
to mr-pt him at thai airnort..
''Stephanie revolted when she
wasn't asked to come along with
us," her mother said. "She strucki
back with. .'You. always ask me
to take pictures at the public li
brary and at school but wnen
something really important hap happens,
pens, happens, I never get to go.'
"She went with us and hat been
covering all kinds of stories ever
since." .,'.,.' "',
Stenhanie. who was 'IS at the
time, said the Taft assignment it
one she'll never forget.
"I discovered a nhotosrapher
works fast with his hands and
keens moving along with his sub subject,''
ject,'' subject,'' the shapely high school sen.
ior said. : i
' "To keen up with photographers
from other newspapers I flung
the metal plates to the ground
after nullins them out of the film
hoider. Mother followed at. my
heels and picked them, all up."
since 1952 stennanie nas iat.cn
pictures of Mrs. Eleanor Roose
velt, uOV, 4.s. aiennen uuaura.
Bishop Joseph H. Albert ; of. &e
Lansing Catholic, diocese .. and
score of other dignitaries wlw
have visited Southwestern'1' Michi
gan. She also has taken nunareo.
Eduardo Lambert
To Be Featured ;
In Piano
Justice Lodge No. 832, TBPOEW,
will present a piano recital featur featuring
ing featuring Eduardo Lambert, pn Thurs
day Aug. at the Pacific Sercie Cen
ter. -; - ..'.
' Annoirlna- nn this : concert as
guest artiest will be .Miss Mabel
McFarquhar, soprano. --Tickets-may-be
-ebt ained from

any member of the iwge.

FOR RENT
- Apsitmesu

ATTENTION LI Jwtt kaift
mtdtrn fomtshod aportmanta, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold waist,
Pbeaa Peaansn 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished modem
apartments, military inspected.
acreened, 1 and 2 bedrooms.
Phono 2-3065 Panama.
FOR RENT: I-bodraom medera
apartment at Campo Alegro. In In-formatien
formatien In-formatien Phone 3-4641 during :
ottice feeun.
FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms, din dining
ing dining room, Irving room, largo ve-
; raadat, alt Krqtned, hot water,
t maid's room, garage. El Cangra.
jo. "A Street No. 17, Apt. $,
Phono 3-3906.
FOR RENT: la an exclusive
residential district, spacious a a-'
' a-' part ment la aaw three-family
house. Extra large living-dining
room, big kitchen, 1 bedrooms,
2 bathroom with hot water. Call
3-6886 or 2-I95B.
FOR RENT I -bedroom apart,
ment with largo. Hying room,
acreened-ia front porch, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, dinette, and cedar dry clot,
ote, aewfy painted, etc, la La
Jeya Building. Ren $65. Phone
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT; Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-i
i Al-i hambra Apartments, 10th Street
No. S06l.v Phena 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water heater. Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da 5a. No. 40-50. Telephone 1 1--
- 1-- 8329. Ave. Cuba No. 48 nueve
aumero Ave. 5a. 40-50).
FOR RENTs Famished apart,
ment, air-conditioned,' television.
Phone 2-0710, 2-2061.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE. U-ft. beat. Evin
rude .motor 10-hp. Muobleria
IngleH, Colon. .-
of pictures of accidents, fires.
train wreci and high school sports
events. ..-.
' Stenhanie. a beautv heranlf liV
best to take pictures of beauty
quetns.- She" has covered South Southwestern
western Southwestern Michigan's annual Blos
som festival Queen Contest every
year since 1952. .
This year. Stenhanie was" a md
finalist herself in the local Blos Blossom
som Blossom Queen contest. But as sooi
as she was eliminated, she grabbed
her camera and went to work in
her formal to get pictures of the
winner. - ,
Lend PksrJnj Idea
Is I!ov Del:. Uxcd
CHICAGO (UP)' ,,Hitnr-
miss" land planning is on the way
out,.;according te-Walter H. Dre-
ier, president of the United states
Savings and Loan Leaeue. and
modern subdividing methods' are
fast taking its nlace. ,
entire commuruues arc now be being
ing being built with their own schools,
cnurcnes, parks and shopping cen centers,
ters, centers, and in a. way that will en enable
able enable them to maintain their ap
peal. 20 years hence. l S
"foday's land planning," Dreier!
said, "takes off from the basic
truth that a house is not suffi
cient unto itself but is a part of
a neighborhood, which in turn,
is part of a city or town. The en
during quality and value of that
single : property, therefore, de depends
pends depends as much on its surround surroundings
ings surroundings as on its design and construc
tion.
"The properly conceived subdi subdivision
vision subdivision is either a self-contained
neighborhood in itself, or a part
of vuch enUty.".
In a booklet released by the
-
league, recommendations were
made that land-planners observe
a set oi general principles in start starting
ing starting new developments. ,'
; iiv's iik vanoiT
The selected, site must have
good natural drainage, that is,
near water- lines, sanitary and
storm sewers, electricity and sas.
and free from adverse environ environmental
mental environmental conditions such as air airports,
ports, airports, railroad tracks, or adjacent
veneap- suodivisiens. -... ,',
. Specific areas should he desig
nated for se h e e 1 s. parks.
recreation, shopping; v aingle-
famny dwellings, rental housing,

Street patterns should be ,estb-
lished that are adequate for local
driving conditions,, yet discourage
through-traffic:
Residential lots must offer ade adequate
quate adequate drainage and useable land
at both the front and rear, ana lot
lines should, be at- approximately
. . i

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANCE
. ,rn.Mh ta in. xo. u y
FOTO DOMY '-'ii
; Joeto Aiiiimina Ave. and Ss M.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
'' n street No. a

RESORTS
Visit Hotel Country Club "El
Valla," cool climate. See the
aquara tree and the golden frogt.
PHIUIPS Ocoonaido Cottaoot,
Saata Clara. Boa 435, Balboa,
Pbeoe Panama 1-1877. Crkao.
M 8.1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
each haute One mile past Ca Ca-tine.
tine. Ca-tine. Phono Paaama 2-1515
Spend your week ends at Ria
Mar, the boat bathing beach fa
the Republic, ; with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. : The
new management it enxieus to
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cls- -ra.
Shrapnel's comfortable houses..
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
NO MAN FOR BARGAINING
TUCSON. Arit 4-( up w A At.
year-old Tucson woman made the
wrong contact when she tried to
peaaie seven diamond rings stolen
from a jewelry store. She w
promptly arrested when she of offered
fered offered the rings to a deputy sheriff
iw eiuu. -i-
' 1
l
ulars" l !ltt bXXll
uiars of. 1st battalion have
Business Methods1
Used In Teaching
Aide To Instructors
LUBBOCK. Tei. fUPl h
Ernest Tiemann told a classroom"
workshop meeting that it's time
educators realized that techniques
used by business and industry tn
seu are me same tecnniques need
ed to put over a point in a class
room.. ...
Schools are years behind bus!
ness in using nictures and sound
in uien presentation, said Dr. Tie
mann, a University of Texas fac faculty
ulty faculty member.-,- v '.-;-
Such techniques may not be
traditionaL' but research has
shown they, are more effective be because
cause because they anneal more to an in.
dhridual's sens es of sight and
hearing, Dr. Tiemann said.'
He put part of the blame for the
economic plight of the teaching
profession on the educators be because
cause because they have not been willing
to. use modern techniques in pre
senting tneir pomts to tneir sup sup-norting'
norting' sup-norting' public
- Dr. Tiemann is a national lead leader
er leader in the audio-visual field. He di directs
rects directs that phase at the University
of Texas, is president of the
Texas-Audio Visual i Association,
and is a member-of the National
Education Associations audio-vis
ual department board of directors
WILL PAYS BILL
HESPERIA. Mich. -(UP)-Guy
Crawford has finally received pay payment
ment payment of a 30-year-old debt in
curred when he owned an auto
agency here. Crawford said the
person. who owed him the money
died recently ana nur win camm
a stipulation that the bill be paid
from ms estate. -
rieht aneles lo the street or
radial to a curved street and gen generally
erally generally straight
Houses should : -vary in their
placement oa lots by increasing
or decreasing the building setback,
and by making some variations in
sideyards.. i j ;
In inctallin utilities. DOWCr line

poles should be at the back of
the lots, with service lines brought

underground into ine nouses.
strt lieht mains should be un

derground. and a central sewer!

system should -be used instead of
septic tanks, with storm sewers
separated I r o m. w the. sanitary

sewers. .-

- FARMACIA EL BATURRO
; Paraae Ufevra I Street ;
- FARMACIA "SAS"
Via retree 111
NOVEDADES ATHIS
l Tia SapeAa Am,,

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
af Bella Vista': 2 bedrooms, tmtll
' office. Phono Panama 2-1225,
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hot
' water, living room, dining room,
enclosed porch, yard. Located at
' Mexico-Ave. and East 40th St,
No. 3-05. Phono 3-3084.
FOR RENT r Modem chalet: 3
bedrooms, recently painted, large
kitchen, many closets, modem
bathroom, 2 porches, hot water,
- mald'a room with bath, garage,
fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
Porrat 91-B.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid for general
- housework. Bring references.
6446. Let Riot.

' -

f mmandlnf ""er of 2nd battalion (cater) T The ''Sykes' Reg-' r
just completed a rigid training cycle at Rio Ha to.

BEING SWORN IN for a six year reenllstment by Col. Prank a
re??ental commander of the 20th Infantry Regiment.
U SPC. Erwia Stricklin of "L" company. Btricklin who is -taown
by his feUow "L" company Sykes' Regulars for his out-
standing food preparations has served a& mess steward 10 -out
of the 14 years he's been In the Army and has the distlnc-
Uon of .winning, three best mess plaques since March of this -.
; year for his Third battalion unit. v
-''''' : (U.S. Army Photo)

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SKY SAUCERS AWAY There may be a flying saucer in,
your future. Norwegian-built saucer, above, is a model of a
new plane desi-ned by Sigurd Tjosvoll of Oslo. The round,
craft has two "win-s" which route in opposite cUrecUonsJ t.
TjosvoU calls it the "Plane for the Peop:'' ssjt.isjexpected1
to cost only $l,150when put on market.,:

BUMMTJM
FOR J
12 WORDS'

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE. Large cool lot with
excellent view in Carre Campa Campa-r
r Campa-r na. Cheap. Owner leaving. All
'water rightc Cristobal' 2866
FOR SALE -Modern house oa, -the'
19th Kilometer of El Valla
Road. Call Panama 2-1219.
FOR SALE. Property in Arrai Arrai-jan.
jan. Arrai-jan. Five minutes from Aduana.
2-story building,: modern kite.
en, concrete garage.': chicken
: house, power' plant,, wall, bear bearing
ing bearing fruit trees. For information
call 2-1317.
WAITED
Apartments
American Embassy officer desires -unfurnished
modem" apartment
or house two or three bedrooms,
spacious living-dining room, Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, Cangrejo, Campo Ale.
gre. Telephone 3-0010, Mr. An.
derton. v .. :
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SATURDAY: Late Show!

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Specfacular: Rock n Roll
Plus Jayne Manfield On TV

By DICK KLEINER

Rock

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(NEA Telephoto)
FREAK ACCIDENT The body of Cyril Dewar (arrow) lies
on the roof of a home In Holland Landing, Ont., Canada, after
he was tossed through the air when his auto overturned. Car
Hipped over when Dewar tried to take a corner at high speed.

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first trick in dummy with the ace

of diamonds and foolishly led the

kine' of spades. East won with

the ace and led diamonds, South

rufncg the third round.
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covered, but he led the. queen of
spaies. This sealed his doom. He
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Molester Of 9-Year-0ld
Saved From Angry Mob

NEW YORK (NEA)

and roll on TV?
"I'm definitely of the opinion
that it's good clean theater for
Sunday nights," says NBC-TV's
producer Ernt Clockimin. He'll
use at least two top rock and roD
acts in his next Sunday spectacu

lar, "Atlantic city Holiday com

ing up Aug. 12.
Glucksman spent a day watch

ing Bill Halay and His Cmtt

perform in 0 1 1 a w a before he
signed them for the show. And

he xame away convinced that

rock and roll, as purveyed, by

Haley, was "exciting music" and
there -was absolutely nothing

wrong with it. The other act set

for the show is singer Pat Boon,
called "a typical American boy"
by Glucksman. . A . 1

"I ve lived through many

changes in music," Gluckman

says, "l ve seen the Charleston
dancers, the lindy -hoppers, the
jitterbugs. They all grew up to be

solid, citizens.

"At the time, though, thare was
musical snobbary people resistad
ragtime, for instance. They said

it wasn't decant. There are same
paople with perpetual blue noses.

Of course, there are always those! tall

who go to extremes there are lar,

extremists in music juit as there
are extremists among the critics.
But I think rock and roll wilt sell
itself, like ragtime did."
Glucksman's show will feature
Jayne Mansfield hs a visitor from
outer space, who learns about
America through such teachers as
Haley, Boone, Jack Carter. Pally
Bergen, Rocky Graziano, Jona Jonathan
than Jonathan Winters and the new .Miss
Universe, Carol Morris.
If Jayne Mansfield comes from
outor, space, when does the next,
rocket go?. '- ""f:

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JAYNE MANSFIELD: Ffrom
outer-sstace to Atlantic City.

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"When done in moderation and

under proper conditions, (televi

sion viewing) does not cause visu

trnnhla

meantime. West shrewdly, discard

ed both ,of .his clubs; :

South started the hearts, expect

urn t vwfinn (NEA Hol-i up because of incompatibility.

lywood and Grape Vine: Rita Hay-' He had no income and she was
worth is taking time out in the pattable" v
West Indies to correct the impres- i : ,r
- tk.t. ha' mallnwinff 1 In Helen Haves, teturninr tn the

millicn-dollar settlements. Saysj big? screens in ."Anastasia'- gave ing -,3-3 break. When. South led
th ex-princes on the "Fire Down! her okay, for a, biography : of her. a iow, heart on the fourth, round
ielow" set about living high on hte husband, .playwright Charleso the suit, West "played the jack,

jwacArinur. ine me: siory wui oe and loox iwo goou uwmunus.
penned by Charles: Samuels, a' ,? v j South didn't eveh,smake his ace
Stewart .Granger, ; who took hM.of clubs, v'5' ; ;;
young r sprouts to .London to "see U The correct fine itf .play, is; to

their mothers actress Elspcth guaid against the r normal'. 4-2

lack to the break in hearts by- ruffing one in
ng .and life duoamfe Begiiv.the,' hearts t before

APOLLO,-Pa. Aug. 4 UP) -An
pv.innvit Whn lurpft a nine-vear-

by East. In; thejoid giri fr0m a carnival crowd and

the hog:

' f"I must' wori It makes jne sick
when 1 hear people, talking about

miliicn-dollar settiemenis maae ou

' truth is- mac- ll nasnv

im. :The trum. fj I ilMarch;jtarmgs them back-to 'the. break .Ja hearts-by. ruffing one in

oeen ;wfyo jnT8.. tcooli

.ion 'New Mexico, ranch.

ulcGabor,

An, added -thought-, f r t
Teterin movie Venus; -. :

"Wha- ra realty- iwe that? an -isn't cflstard-imooth
psintar. and not have to "itwecc her and the groomi
y r alwava rameuinar t Keep nt:ll:. -.,. .. .n

mystomach tiiekadin,put l 'a,, to Zsa Zsa's; sister.
it will riovor ht-fjj ft ;.:'X:'',?: i, -U ; i; ..'p, .... e J ;

Eva vou draw trumps,.. '.

a-touring in "B ithe &uth' should' lead the -ace -of

'is pouting bvtr rumors hearts at the second trick, con

be-

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Aina Brice of the Dinah Shore- Movie trade p s p ir thought

Georee Montgomery mansion in about the loss of film attendance:
Beverly Hills i is a breatJitaker ;"Tha concossion stand too often
Fasten vour seat belts for a figure is the only thing about the theater

tinue with, the-king of hearts, "and
then- ruff a low heart with the king
of spades. Good defense will hold
you to 10 tricks', bi)t no defense
can beat you. -t'i -'y

to

Person"
Marlene

you. saw on rersou
nnl in lonfl keo. .

Dietrich's unauthorized biography.

"Blonde Venus," will show up in
TJ.S. bookstores this fall. She. isn t
happy about the book. J J,
It looks Like MGM will get the
filmbiography of the- Andrews
Sisters with Helen Deutsch al al-reudv
reudv al-reudv penciled in to write the
screenplay. Patty,- Maxine and
La Verne art together-again at the
Flamingo Hotel in Las .Vegas after
a -two-year separation. Their next
.chore' will be recording 100 'Sides
. of -Capitol: records. V 'f:j:

of the managamatn."
, European Eyebrows
when Inerid Bergman and

Roberto Rossellini checked into
the same Paris hotel where Anna
Magna'ni was living, At one time

Hollywood Public
RelEficns Director

WiFoand Kurdered:

HOLLYWOOD. Aug. 4-(UP)

A 30-year-old public relations

kept her with him all night was

escorted under heavy guard yes yesterday
terday yesterday for safekeeping in a strong stronger
er stronger jaiLTr-4.., J: V'r4i
State police Ushered the suspect,

John Hilty, 53, through a milling,
angry group of ; townsfolk follow following
ing following his capture in a "rural, shack

to climax an, all nignt searcn.
Hilly stabbed police chief G u s-t
Zanos in the hand but "was sub subdued
dued subdued before he could reach for a
The -former convict's victim.
Eva lyn Fay Clin, was rescued
unharmed frem a locked auto automobile
mobile automobile hidden in a heavy brush
near Hilty's shack home. A doc'
tor said aha had been molested
but had not been raped.
Hilty, who. has a 12-yesr police

record, was held -here only briefly

for fear of violence. Angry towns

folk threatened to "get htm and
save the trouble of hearing" be

fore state police arrived and trans

ferred. the suspect to Armstrong

county jail at nearby Kittanmng.
"It looked like touch and so for

a while," said Zanos. "More than

a ch'ld.r Police also considered ab

duction charges.

The search for Evelyn started at

i:to a.m. yesterday when, the

girl's family reported her missing,
jhe family had attended afire-

mens carnival .Jnd parade last

night and. Evelyn, who was with a
brother, wandered away.

A posse of 300 police, firemen

and citizens searched, more than
five hours until receiving a report
that Hilty was' seen with a small
girl in an area .known as. Sugar
Hollow. -r; ;

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' Roger Price v
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Roger Price

. That's the word from the Better
Vision Institute, in a new booklet
discussing the relationship of tele television
vision television and' the" eyes. But they do

point out certain sensible, rules
which you should, know:

Keep the wall behind the set

not too brightly, lit;

the works. JMaybe a show in the

Maybe a shot on a spectacu-

Maybe this or that Maybes

aren t verv nourishmi.

So. when somebody suggested
an idea to Roger that he thought
bad some merit, he immediately
started-figuring out who he could
call to put it into action. v r
"This s a cuckoo business," ho
said. "You've got to keep leaning
on people to get anywhere keep
pushing and plugging. If you loan
hard enough, you may fall in."
Price started leaning after four
vears of writing jokes for Bob

Hope, He doesn't use the words
"gag writer," he says "J o k e

writer.
"Joke writing' isn't a very dig dignified
nified dignified profession," be says. "Your
boss, the comedian, always intro

duces his writers with a wave of

his hand. 'Meet the boys.' The

writers who are bothered br that

kind of treatment get out oi we

nrnfensinn.

Since Price is out, it's obvious
It bothered him. He still writes,
thmivh He does his "Droodles"

and other funny books.. Latest is
a take-off on the political, scene,

railed "I'm for Me First.. He

ven has an "I'm for Me First

Party button, proudly displayed

on his laoel.

It's a tragedy of television that

Roger Price, one oi ine wue iunny
men of our time, can't get a
steady spot.
Hat talent, will travel.

evenly and

use at 1 east one table or floor

lomn.'-lif fap timiffh Mwttv crt that

Zanus.and four others-mrrived at you cannot see the scanning lines;

nitty s snack, soon aticrwaru ami
tricked him into opening the door.
Ha pulled a knife from his belt
when he saw the officer and slash slashed
ed slashed Zanos' palm and thumb, but
was quickly subdued before he
could reach a jacket where a .38
caliber revolver and a blackjack
were hidden.

Tenv'Curtl ; unked tilS'-ira-j
ai" craweut far his latest film) THE WITNET: Robin Raymond,!
but goes back to the short hair forjlunching with a mbvia director,
"The Sweat Smell of Suecess"heard him say that Hal Wallii
with Burt i Lancaster. No mora! had hired Cy Howard, wh created
i.k. hi fn ohetoa for :; him,! "My Friend Irms," -to write tn

though. .-

4I .M.At. .mh fnitnri Tiriilflprpn ,m i . . t . ..it

Anna almost became Mra Rosse!.1 wl ,r .. T k" Hw people were ouisiae. i ioiu
Anna almort oecame mm Rese. yesterday m his home ofl th e tnem we mnted m violcnce( that

we had to take Hilty out and want wanted
ed wanted nobody to try to grab him."
Zanos said one man shouted
"W should have gotten our
hands on him this morning."
But Hilty was transferred to a
waiting squad car, without fur further
ther further incident.

Hilty was charged with assault

with attempt to kill and molesting

im. ; xne ki uroiners were iunset striD. He apnarently had

"e!?!.veF. Ior n.r.r 2.Jbeen oistolhlpped and his

niacins. u- uwumt iasemc.,k ., rrnshl1

at a Chicago mte spot. visa
Zsa Gabor. : asked by a London

scribe about- ex-husband George

Sanders, "replied: "I mar marry

him again. Only he'a w terrified!

aboiiV the idea Vv ; ;.

skull was crushed.

. William c. Wescott JrM direc director
tor director of publicity for the outdoor
Greek Theater in the Hollywood
Hills, attended a party at the
Brown. Derby restaurant after
last nlgbfss how. Hla body was
found by 'a caretaker at about
4:20 a.m. v
police said the killer was .be .believed
lieved .believed to have fled in Wescott's
white 1954 Lincoln convertible.

! A new movie fan magazine
called '"Hear" has a phonograph
record imprinted into the front
cover so readers can listen to star
Interviews.- Hollywood's hoping
those scandal magazines don't
copy the idea with recorded con con-versatons
versatons con-versatons obtained with hidden
tape recorders. :
Not In The Script: Dan Duryea

about a film couple: ''They broke wanted

original screenplay for Elvis Prot-j Robbery may have been the mo mo-ley.
ley. mo-ley. 4 v.jtlve, police said, because Wes-

no.cou'a pocxeis were punea inaiur

Paul Trebltsch, manager of
the theater where the victim

" 'U. B.iuul tnninnar'

doub,H dead-panned Robin.

THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MRS.

JONES: A Paramount press agert had worked for the past five
assigned to the "Search for Brideyj years, said he understood Wes Wes-Murphy"
Murphy" Wes-Murphy" movie says he gave up cott, who was unmarried, was
polling film-stars on who they'd the ton of' a wealthy retired
like to be in, their next existence manufacturer now Jiving at Sa Sa-on
on Sa-on enrth. He swears five of therajrasota. Fla. 1 .

to be themselves again.

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Louisr MO, was piacea nr.s wi3 c. "'"'' "'7"
Th. ir was Dlaced on top of a "Caution Children" traffic

eiim. Motorists can't l-i bujn.tal l
not mist the children.

-but t-iJT nuiit'J

Sex Of Unborn
ChildXan Be
Predicted

COPENHAGEN. Aug. 8 (UP) -Israeli
and Danish scientists re

ported to a conference of geneti-

cists here that they have discov

ered a method of predicting the
sex of a baby six months before
birth. ''

Drs. L. Sachs and M. Danon of

Israel and P. Rus and F. Fuchs

of Denmark to.d the opening ses session
sion session of the international confer

ence of geneticists yesterday that
independent research conducted in
Israel and Denmark showed that
female cells can be distinguished
under a microscope from male
cells. v. f -if'! ':''y i
The scientists said that by punc puncturing
turing puncturing the embryonic capsule, in
the mother a small amount of
fluid can be removed and analyz analyzed.
ed. analyzed. The cells show the tex of the
unborn child, they said. j

Dr. Buriisy Itemed
Head Of Public

Haallh Sendee

WASHINGTON,; Aug. 1 (UP) -Dr.;
Leroy E. Burney, assistant

surgeon general. of the Public
Health Service, was named by
President Eisenhower yesterday
to succeed Dr. Lenard A. Scheeie

as nead or the agency. t
Eumey, a former Indiana health
commissioner, bad been serving
since 1954 as the top aide to
Scheeie, who resigned July 31 to
become a consultant to a pharma pharmaceutical
ceutical pharmaceutical firm. His appointment
will be submitted to the Senate
fro t unfirmation next year. :
The Public Health Service is
a branch of the Health, Educa

tion and Welfare Department. Its
varied functions, include direc direction
tion direction of the safety program, for

mm aaiH pons vaccina, i
HEW Secretary Marion B. Fol Fol-som
som Fol-som said In a statement that the
new surgeon general is "eminent "eminently
ly "eminently qualified" for the post. "He is
an excellent administrator and an
able publie servant."
Burney has been a member of
the Commission Corps of the Pub Public
lic Public Health Service since 1932. A
resident of Indianapolis, he be became
came became assistant surgeon general
after nine years as the top health
officer in Indiana. J
Scheeie who had guided the po
lio vaccine program since iV be
ginning last year, resigned before
completing hs latest term as sur surgeon
geon surgeon general One of his last acts
was to recommend dropping feder

al controls on distribution of the

vaccme.

The agency under Burney, how-

AIR SPRINGS FOR CARS

AKRON, O. -UP) The na

tion's automobiles will be using the

air soring suspension system, now!

available on trucks, buses, and ever, will continue federal inspec

low-cost passenger trains, in theion of -the vaccine and assist Ibe
not too distant fiiRure, according to' manufacturers in seeing that sup I
the developer, Firestone Tire and plies reach all areas of the coun I
Rubber Co. I try.

FRENCH STAR IN
"THE BOLD AND
THE BRAVE"

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Nicole Maurey, French ac actress
tress actress who was discovered by
Bing Crosby for American
movies, has studied English
for the past two years. But
she had to develop an Italian
accent to play the feminine
lead in Irving H. Levin's "The
Bold and The Brave," distri distributed
buted distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
In Superscope starring Wen Wendell
dell Wendell Corey, Mickey Rooney and
Don Taylor; coming Thursday
t to the Lux. Theatre, j?
In the story, laid In the Ita Italian
lian Italian campaign of World War
II, Nicole plays an Italian girl
who fails In love with a
stralght-laced U.S. sergeant,
portrayed by Don Taylor. ;
Crosby went to France to
Interview actresses for the co co-starring
starring co-starring role with him in "Lit "Little
tle "Little Boy Lost," took one look
at Miss Maurey, and the job
was hers. As the Groaner put
itr- "This girl is a combina combination
tion combination of Rita Hayworth, Mar Marlene
lene Marlene Dietrich and the farm farmer's
er's farmer's daughter. Yet she's also
fresh and unspoiled." ,
Born and schooled In
France, a dance student who
won star acting roles on
French stage and screen, NU
cole now alternates in films
tn Hollywood and abroad.
Producer Hal E. Chester and
director Lewis R. Roster pag paged
ed paged her from Paris for the
"Bold and The Brave" role.

place the set at eye level or

slightly below; rest the eyes oc occasionally
casionally occasionally by looking around the
room; adjust the screen to

meaiura orignmess.

Four Killed, 59 ;
Nabbed In Cleanup
Of Viet Mihhs
. SAIGON, Indochina, Aug. $
(UP) Four Vietminh tebles were
killed and 59 captured In a clean cleanup
up cleanup operation against Communist
guerrillas north of here, Vietnam
officials announced yesterday. Au Authorities
thorities Authorities taid quantities of ammu ammunition
nition ammunition and supplies also were seir-.
ed.:,'.; i i'ri'-f

All riaht-thinkers who ; are,

consequently, Roger Price fans-

will be interested in his three- ,5 j v i 1

word- answer-to the question of; :.vv. IOMI BABY
what he's been doing lately. : r.n!J"

"Looking for work," says Rog- BRANFORD, Cqnn. -(UP) ,1

er, simply. v iBranford police halted a trailer

He's been only moderately sue truck after two teen-age girls told
cestui more's the pity. He's mak- them a Vbabv'V. was in the berth
ing a series of guest appearances behind the driver. Inside police
on the Gary Moore show and found a 200-pound truck driver

there are a few other things in sleepirg peacefully.,

'Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today!

O r 'I IJ J r' :S5-:3' tomorrow t 1

Mon.

ROCK 'N' ROLL HITS THE SCREEN FOR THE

FIRST TIME IN ONEMAScOPtz",

J0t Ceafc-y-fH

BETTY
GRABLE
SHEREr
NORTH
BOB
CUMMINGS
CHARLES
COBURN
TOMMY
NOONAN
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OtSOt STAN t
MUCUM
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DIABLO HTS Burt Lancaster & Anna Magnani
6:158:35 '"THE ROSE TATTOO"
Tomorrow "THE VIRGIN QUEEN";
' GAMBOA Richard Todd -ft lichael Redgrave
. : "THE DAM BUSTERS"
Tomorrow "THE COURT-MARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL"
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GATUN Marjorie Main ft Arthur Hunniaitt
' 7:oo 1 "Ma and pa Kettle In the Ozarks"
v v Tomorrow TNDLN FIGHTER' -

; MARGARITA Richard ;Widmark ft Mai Zetterling

6:15 ft 1:1)5 '.
. Tomorrow

1 CRISTOBAL Humphrey .Bogart ft Fredrlc March
. 6:5 i 8-35 "THE DESPERATE HOURS"
, r Also showing Sunday ft Monday L : "'
PARAISO Bette Davis In "ALL ABOUT EVP'
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:40 'A MAN CALLED PETER"
CAMP BIERD "MISS GRANT TAKES RICHMOND" ft
-TEEN AGE CRIME WAVE"

THE ROSE TATTOO"



SATURDAY, ArCfST 4, 1S5"

PACE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN EVDEPEXTEXT DAILY KEWSPATni
wo j Me s i ops Again j
Dodgers Lose
Philly Righthander Halts
Redlegs For 5th Straight
Campanella
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Starts At Alb rook Tonight

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Armed Forces Boxing Tourney

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For Few Days

By FRED DOWN,
NEW YORK, Aug. 4 (UP) Curt Simmons
sports a five-game winning streak today as proof
he's won his two-year battle to star again for the
Philadelphia Phillies. .' c

The 27-year-old southpaw,
who wasn't permitted to sign
last spring until he demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated his arm was sound, turned In
his fifth straight win and
eighth of the year last night In
pitching the Phillies to a 6-3
victory over the Cincinnati Red Red-legs.
legs. Red-legs. All three runs off Simmons
were unearned as he bested 15 15-game
game 15-game winner Brooks Lawrence.
It was a bad night all around
lor the National League contenders-as
the first-place Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves bowed to the
Pittsburgh pirates, 4-3, and the
third-place Brooklyn Dodgers
dropped a 12-inning. 11-8 deci decision
sion decision to the St Louis Cardinals.
As a result, the Braves retained
their one-game margin over the
Redlegs' and their two-game
lead over the Dodgers.
The Phillies, who've won six
ef their last seven games in a
spurt aimed at fourth place,
now have beaten the Redlegs
six straight times. Simmons has
notched three of those victories
for the most consistent pitching
he's done since 1953.
Willie Jones' two-run triple
climaxed a four-run rally which
routed Lawrence hi the third
Inning and dealt him his third
defeat. s-:
The pirates snapped an eight eight-game
game eight-game losing streak when Dick
Croat singled home two runs
with the bases filled in the
ninth Inning' after the Braves
took ft 3-2 lead In the top of the
lrame on Del crandall's two two-tun,
tun, two-tun, two-out double. Vern Law
went all the way for his fourth
win while Warren Spahn drop dropped
ped dropped his ninth decision. It was
the fourth straight loss for the
Braves high for the year.
Veteran catcher Walker Coop Cooper
er Cooper doubled two runs across to

Rough Going

Milwaukee -f : : a An R

Dlttmer 2b ...1.. 4 0
Mantilla ss ... 3 0
Aaron tt ..,. 0
Mathews 3b .. 4 1
Adcock lb

.Torre lb wm, 0 0 ; 0
Covington .... 3 ; 0 2
a-Thbmsonlf.
Bruton c!
Crandall e ii'. 4 0 1
Spahn p 4 0 0
Jolly p 0 0 0

Po A

3 B

2

2
2
12
0
0
0
2 -3'
0
0

Totals

34 3
P'ttsburgh
4 2

8 26 14

Walls If

Groat ss
Clemente rf .....
Thomas 3b
long lb t...... ..
Shepard e .......
Virdon cf
Mazeroski 2b ....
li-coie
c-E. O.'Brien
Law p ...,,-.
d-Skinner .......

Totals

34 4 10 27 8

. x-Two out when winning run
cored.
a-Ran for Covington In 9th.
t b-Singled for Mazeroski In 9th.
'. c-Ran for Cole in 9th.
d-Base on balls for Law in
th.

Milwaukee
Pittsburgh

010 000 Q02-3
001 000 012-4

SUMMARY RBI: Mathews,
Crandall 2, Clement, Thomas,
Groat 2. Doubles: Crandall,
Groat HR: Mathews. Stolen
base: Covington. Sacrifice fly:
Thomas. Double plays: Dittmer-

MantiUa-Adcock; Groat-Mazer-

oskl-Long. Left on base: Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee 6, Pittsburgh 8. Bases on
balls: Spahn 9-8 1-3, Jolly l 2-3.

Runs and earned runs: Spahn
4-4, Law 3-3. Hit by pitch? Law,

Mantilla WP; Law (4-12). LP:
Spahn (10-9). v ,;

Torfov Encanto .35 20
- Frank Lovejoy, in
,:,TmGERMAN,,;:.i.
Dane Clark, In
- "TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE"

Today IDEAL .20 JO
Robert Taylor, in
ALL BROTHERS WERE
VALIANT"
. Judy Garlan, in
"SUMMER STOCK"

snap an 8-8 tie in the 12th and

Clem Labine wild-pitched an another
other another tally home as the fourth fourth-place
place fourth-place cardinals rolled to their
sixth straight triumph. Jackie
Collum limited the Dodgers to
one hit in the last 4 1-3 innings
to win his fifth game. The
Dodgers collected 19 hits but left

14 runners stranaea on me

bases. ..

Bob Rush nitched a four-hit

ter for his 10th win, to give the
Chicaeo Cubs a 2-0 victory after

Foster Castleman hit two hom

ers and Jackie Brandt and WU

lie Mavs one each to lead the

New York Giants to 7-1 con

quest in the other National

League trames.

Tne Detroit neers wauopeo

15 hits and collected 11 walks to
down the New York Yankees,
10-4. and stretch the American

League leaders losing streak to
four games. Billy Hoeft won his

13tn game; tanning nine Denma

an attack tnat inciuaea iour

hits by Charley Maxwell and
three each by Al Kaline and Ray
Boone.

The Boston Red Sox got a

fancy four-hitter from Mel par par-nell
nell par-nell to beat the Cleveland In Indians,
dians, Indians, 7-1, and prevent the
Tribe from slicing a game off
the Yankees' seven-game lead.
Jackie Jensen, who knocked in
nine runs Thursday, knocked in
two more with a bases-filled
double to highlight a five-run
fifth-inning rally that routed
Mike Garcia. ;

Billy Pierce became the ma

jors' first 17-game winner when

the Chicago White Sox scored 11
runs in the- first inning and
went on to crush the Baltimore

Orioles, 13-3. The White Sox' big
inning was composed of two dou doubles,
bles, doubles, four singles, four walks, an
error and Minnie Minoso's ninth

homer of the season.

Jim Lemon's double knocked

in the decisive run as the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators beat the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics, 2-1, in 11 in innings.
nings. innings. Camllo pascual pitched a

nine-miter ior tne senators to
win his fifth game;

YESTERDAY'S STAR Curt
Simmons of the Phillies, who
beat the Redlegs for the third
straight time, 6-3.
USArCarib Teams
To Shoot In Rifle,
Pistol Matches

, Two groups of men will soon be

winging to the United States and

the 1956 National Rifle and Pistol

Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio.

Representing the cream of the

crop in USARCARIB, the riflemen

ana pistoieers are currently geU

ting into snape lor the matches,
practicing daily at the Pacific side

ranges.

The riflemen are scheduled to

leave Aug. 15, the pistol firers Aug
22. i;"f ,. '

Advance detachment hav Wn

working since early July to make
this year's matches the best ever

neia at tamp Perry, the yearly

sue oi me national champion
ships.

Leading off in this ver' even!

will be the free pistol matches to
select members for thtf- Olvmnirs

this fall in Melbourne. Other Olym

pics events to De fired during the
three and a half weeks include
300-meter free rifle; 50-meter free
rifle and international rapid fire

pistol. v

Main interest among service

competitors will be in the National

Trophy Rifle team and individual
matches as well as the National
Trophy Pistol team and individual

events.

BROOKLYN, Aug. 4 (UP)
Catcher Roy Campanella of
the Brooklyn Dodgers may be
out of action for a few days
because of a swollen lymph
gland in his groin, the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers annonnced today.
Club officials said they are
considering calling up a catch catcher
er catcher from the farm system. Second-string
catcher Al Walker,
wto'le able to play, has a sore
shoulder suffered in a plate
collision with Joe Adcock of

the Milwaukee Braves on

Tuesday., :
Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 225 offic'al at bats)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

pet
342
.328
.323

Player, Club 1 g ab r It

Aaron, Mil. S3 368 er iza
Muslal, St. L. 98 375 58 123
Sc'dienst. N.Y. 74 263 29 85

Boyer St. L. 98 395 69 126 .319
Repulskl, S. L. 68 320 32 72 .313
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N.Y. '", 79 356 89 129 .362
Williams, Bos. 82 232 38 1 81 .349
Vernon, Bos. 79 276 48 95 .344
Maxwell. Det 2 321 65 110 .343
Kuenn, Det. 5 364 55 122 .335

HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 34
Snider, Dodgers i, ... i ... 26
Kluszewskl, Pedlegs ..... 25
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 25
(Three tied with 24) v

RUNS BATTED IN

Mantle. Yankees ........ 89

81
80
80
77

Muslal, St. Louis

Wertz, Indians ...
Simpson, Athletics

Kaline, Detroit

VI II I ,i
si w

BIG CATCH MSgt. Robert Brownlee of the 65th AAA Group
at Fort Clayton receives the congratulations of Lt. Col. Leslie
C. Wood, USARCARIB Special Service sExecutlve Officer, for
his .prize-winning 546-pound black martin. Brownlee hooked
the monster on the last trip of the tournament. At left is Col.
Ralph H. Slevers, USARCARIB Transportation Officer.
(U.S. Army Photo)

'?;'--:' runs-
Mantle, New York.,...., 89
Robinson, Cincinnati ... 78
Yost, Washington 72
Fox, White Sox ........ 72 ;
Snider, Dodgers ........ 71
'. HITS t
Mantle, Yankees ....... 129
Kaline, Tigers i, ........ 127
Boyer, Cards 126
Fox, White Sox ... 125
Aaron, Braves 125

PITCHING
-
(Based on 10 Decisions)
W I. fM

Lawrence,' Redlegs .15 3 .833
Brewer, Red Sox 1 5 3 .833
Pierce,, White Sox . 17 . 4 . .810

Buhl, Braves ... .... .14 4 -.T

Ford,' Yanks 14 4 .778

Amador's Waytalak Returns
After Competing In All-Army
Swimming Championships

Two US Soldiers
Top World Mark
For ICO Meiers
BERLIN, Aug. 4-(UP) Ira J.
Murchison, an Army serviceman
from Chicaeo. today tied the

new 10.1-second world record for

the 100-meter dash. v
March son, 23-year-old
American Olympic track man,
tied the record set yesterday In
West Berlin's International
miltary track meet by WMie J.
Williams, another U.S. soldier.
The feat was performed in the
. semifinal heat at West 'Ber 'Berlin's
lin's 'Berlin's Olympic Stad'um.'

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. Murchison finished second to
Bobby Morrow of Abilene Chris Christian
tian Christian college in the loOi-meter fi final
nal final of the VS. Olvmnic trials at

Another match gaining increased, Los Angeles June 30 and thus

Ron Waytalak, of the 7441st AU,
Fuil Amador, arrived back' on the
Isthmus this week after 11 days in
the States where he was a con-

testant in the All-Army Swimming
and Diving Championships at Fort

MacArthur, Caul.
Waytalak, the Caribbean C o m m-manas
manas m-manas only representative, placed

fourth in his speciality, the 100-

meter backstroke. His time was
1:11.5, two-tenths of a second out
of third place, which would have
qualified him for the Inter-Service

competition. Earlier, in quautymg

trials, Waylalalak recorded 1:10.

In th first day's action, Bruce
Hutchinson, Donald Brown and
Rollit Bettor war first place
winners in the 1,500-mttttr froe
tyle, 400-mottr, individual md md-loy
loy md-loy and throo-metor diving, rt rt-spectivoly.
spectivoly. rt-spectivoly. Those throe events
concluded tho first ; day of the
three-dav swimfost."''-

Hutchinson, formerly Of the AAA!

Command in the First Army area
and now competing for Sixth Ar Army,
my, Army, stroked to a swift lff:22.4

clocking in the distant 1,500-meter

free-stylt. This time u mong tne

five best recorded in the United

States this year. : ;- (

Brown, reoresentintr the imra

Army, sped to a 5:52.7 time in the!

400-meter medley. This r a c e,i

which consists of strokes, is con

sidered the decathlon os swim-

mmg. - v: v
The third All-Armv champion,

Rollie Bestor, displayed excellent

form as he totalled 454.95 points

tn win the three-meter diving U

tie. Bestor, competing for the 5ixth
Army, compiled his total from
four dives. There were five judg judges
es judges scoring the event. -Climaxed
by Charles Douglas

record-breaking 200-metei1 breasi breasi-roke,
roke, breasi-roke, four more final events were

concluded' on the second day.

attention among servicemen is the

infantry Trophy Match.
The Small Arms Firing School
will conduct both advanced and
basic courses in rifle and pistol.
This is the first year the advanced
course has been given and grad graduates
uates graduates will receive instructor s, cer certificates.
tificates. certificates. 1

Executive Officer for this year's
shoot is Col. Charles F.r Leonard.

Jru of Fort Benriing, Ga. Russell

B. Wayne of the National Rifle
Association, Washington, D. C, is
the assistant exec.,' and 'Col. Ran Ransom
som Ransom M. Wood, Camp Lejeune, N.
C, is range director.5
Range support battalions are
from the Army's 16th Infantry Re Regiment,
giment, Regiment, First Infantry Division,
headed by Lt. Col. Edward E., Ma Mayer,
yer, Mayer, and the Second Marine Divi Division,
sion, Division, Sixth Marines. Lt. Col. W. M.
Caulfield commands the Marine
battalion. s.

NO T iSPECT FOR THE LAW

the. victorious Sixth Army suad to
a Victory in the 400-meter medley
relay. The remainder of the team

was composed of Peter Wittereid,

Richard Elliot and John Rein-

hardt. Their winnmg time was 4

. The final champion of the
evonirig was once again Donald
Brown of tho Third Army. In
tho 100-meter backstroke, Brown
churned a fast I :M.3, two-tint hs
f a second off the All-Army
mirkJjrA 4 ;-.-,;':,:
The meet concluded the nex
day with seven men having quali qualified
fied qualified to compete in the Olympic
trials next weekened in Detroit. 'lhei
men and .their events are;- Bruce

Hutchinson, Sixth Army, 1,500 and

400-meter ireestyles: frank Cham

berlain, Sixth Army,. 100 and 200-

meter ireestyles; David Radcliff,

Sixth Army, 200 and 400 and 1,500 1,500-meter
meter 1,500-meter freestyles; Charles Douglas,

r uth Army, 200-meter breastroke;
Kollie Bestor, Sixth Army, three-

meter diving; Thomas Blosser, US

AKr.UK, tnree-meler diving;

Frank Grabosski, Third Army,

tnree-meter divuiz.

.Donald Sonia, Sixth Army, has
been named coach and will accom

pany the team.

The 1956 Panama Area Armed

Forces boxing tournament opens
Saturday night, August 4, at 7:30

with 13 oouts scneouiea ac Air
brook AFB'S Hangar No. 3. This
will be the first of three fight
cards in the tourney. The second
group of preliminary bouts will
be held next Saturday, August

11. and the finals two weeks lat

er on Saturday, August 25. All
bouts will be held at Albrook
AFB.

Tomorrow i night s slate" fea

tures two featherweight, three

lightweight, one light welter welterweight,
weight, welterweight, three welterweight, one
middleweight clash between Ar

my Atlantic's Tom Hershey and

Fort-Kobbe'g Bob Thompson,
Hershey, 1952-53 Michigan Gold

en Gloves champion, scored a
TKO In his first match this

summer at Fort Davis, then

whipped last year's Command
light middle crownholder Jim

Wiuiams of Albrook last wees
with a unanimous decision.

Thompson TKO'd Kobbe's Clar

ence James earlr last month to
win the Kobbe championship.

In the featherweight class.

Army Atlantic's Darrell Brisham
meets Jimmy Harris of Kobbe
and Fort Clayton's Dave Merritt
matches' leather with Albrook's

Les Christian. ., , .;

Lightweight tussles feature

Kobbe's Vernon Hill vs. Army
Atlantic's Henry White. Al Albrook's
brook's Albrook's Henry Fisher vs. Army
Atlantic's Wally Kilkerson and
Fort Amador's Eddie Allen vs.
Clavton's Hal Combs. :

The only light welter match
of the evening pits Army Atlan Atlantic's
tic's Atlantic's Sclpio Brown anainst Kob

be's Everett, Morris.

Kobbe's Jim Norrls and Atlan

tic's Nat Horton lead off the
welterweight scraps, with Kob Kobbe's
be's Kobbe's Bob Johnson vs. Albrook's
Terrell Jones and Amador's Irv
Mittleman vs.' Clayton's Bill
Ghoston following.

Rounding out the activities

are the light h e a vyweight
matches with Kobbe's Rudy Les

ter squaring off with Clayton's

Nat Preston, Atlantic's Charlie
Tate facing Albrook's Roscoe

Wiseman and Clayton's George
Tony meeting Atlantic's Sy Rig Rig-gins.
gins. Rig-gins.
Toronto's Johnsons,

Ken End Don, Giving

Loop Leaders Boost

NEW YORK. Aug.. 4 (UP)

Those pitching Johnsons, Ken

and Don, are giving the Toron

to Mapie leais a little Dreaming

room In the Internati on on-al
al on-al League pennant race.

- Ken turned in a strong clutcn
performance to defeat Richmond

Thursday night and. then Don

pitched the Leafs to a 7-3 victo victory
ry victory over Columbus last night
These back-to-back victories

by the Johnsons enabled Toron Toronto
to Toronto to open a 2 game lead over

tne Miami Maruns, wno dropped
a 2-1 verdict to Rochester last

night. Duke Markell stopped Mir
ami with only two hits in post

ing his eighth victory ;, of the

campaign.

A three-run homer by Tom
Hamilton paced Richmond to a
6-3 victory over Montreal, while
Havana and Buffalo split a
doubleheader;; Havana won the
opener, 5-2, on Owen Friend's
three-run homer and Buffalo
copped. the nightcap, 9-8.

7

liallonal lesgne

Tea an

Milwaukee

Cincinnati
Brooklyn
St. Louis .

Philadelphia
P ttsburjh

cnicago .
New York .'

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. .42 56
. .35 60

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5?6 2
15 8
.475 12
.149 14 Vj
.429 IGKj
.368 22

Teams

New York .

Cleveland .
Boston -.
Chfcago .
Detroit

Baltimore
Washington '.

Kansas. City

. TODAY'S C.AMES
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
C'ncinnati at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Brooklyn
Chicago at New York '..
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

(Night Game)

Milwaukee 010 000 0023 8 0

Pittsburgh 001 000 0124 10 0

bpahn, Jolly (9) and Crandall;

Law (4-12) and Shepard. LP:

Spahn (10-9). HR: Mathews

(20).

(Nient Game)

Cincinnati 000 000 0303 10 2

Philadelphia 014 000 lOi 12 2

Lawrence, Black (3). Scantle-

bury (5), NuxhaU (7) and Bur

gess; Sim mens and Lo pa pats.
ts. pats. WP: Simmons. (8-6) LP:

Lawrence (15-3). t

(Night Game)
(12 Inninrs)

St. Louis 123 200 000 00311 12 1

Bklyn 020 001 320 000 8 19 1

Poholsky. Jackson (7). Colinm

(8) and Cooner. Smith n-

Craitr. Lehman (3) Bessent (3).

Drysdale (7), Labfne (8)' and

Campanella. WPr Collum (5-1).
LP: Labine (9-5). Hits: Cooper
and Hodges.

Frank Chamberlain, Richard

Elliot, Thomas Blosser and David
Radcliff emerged victorious in the

final night of competition.

Elliot earned his god medal in

the 200-meter butterfly by stroking
to a decisive victory. His time of
2:43.4 wiL be an All-Army record
as there was no previous record

American Leasu.

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TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland
Baltimore at Chicago
Washington at K. City (N)-
vVESTERDAK'S RESULTS
(Night Game)

New York 000 202 000 4 '8
Detroit '101 530 OOx 10 15

(Twilght Game) '

Chicago 100 000 0001 5 0

Giants v v 000 010 33x 7 o

Kaiser. .. Lown ( nf Un.

drith; Hearn (4-10) and Wes.

trnm, Mangan (9) LP: Kaiser

J-3r HRs: Castleman. S ( anil

10), Brandt (6) Mays (17).

(Second Game)

Chicago 000 000 0022 4 2

biants 000 000 000 4 a

; Rush (10-4) and Chltl; L'ttle-

Ford, Coleman (1),, Morgan
(4), McDermott (5) and Berra,
Silvera (8): Hoeft (13-9) and

Wilson. LP: Coleman. HRs; Max-

weu ana saowron.
(Night Game) 1 -. J

Boston 610 050 0107- 9 3
Cleveland 000 100 0001 4 1

Parnell (5-2) and White;' Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Houtteman (5),. Mossl 6,
McLish (8) and Hegan. LP: Gar Gar-e
e Gar-e a (7-10).
'. .J ''V?'..'- '' '' i

(Night Game) i

Baltimore 3 00 000 000 3 8 "l
Chicago (11)00 200 OOx 13 10 0

(1), Pallca (7), Zuverink (8) and

amitn; fierce (17-4) and Moss.
LP: Loes (1-4). HRs: Triandos
Mifioso and Moss. ; ,f

(NJeht Game)

ill Innings)
Wash. ooi 000 000 012
K. City :. 100 000 000 001 9

Pascual (5-12) and Berberet,
FltiGerald (11); Ditmar, Shantt
(11) and Ginsberg. LP: Ditmar.

field, Grissom (9) ,hd Mahgan.
LP: Grissom (1,J). HR: Fondy i
.' i
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InlernBiisnal League
Standings

available:

Teams
Toronto

i Miami .

, ' (Rochester
- Blosser, second-place finisher in Montreal
the three-meter diving, came back' Havana

strong to cop the platform diving
with, a total of 327.35 points.
Chamberlain gained his second

blue ribbon of the meet by win-

freestryle in

won a place on tne uiymoic

team. 'He tied the listed world

mark of i0.2 seconds in a ore

llmlriary; heat of the Olympic

trials.

The times of hoth Murchison

nnrt Williams still must be sub

mittm! in the international

Amateur Track Federation for
official annroval. Meet officios

after a close recheck of ; wind
conditions and the distance of r
the course, said they saw no
reason why Murchlson's wmei
should not be accepted.
One timer clocked Murchison i
at 10 seconds flat; three others ;
clocked him. at 10.1 seconds, j
' JesV, rtwens 20-y t-eld I
record of 10.2 seconds was

broken yesterday by Williams Williams-hi
hi Williams-hi a preliminary heat at this
meet. Williams today won his
aenv-final heat In 10.3 seconds.

MurbhlsOn told friends before

Columbus i
Richmond
Buffalo

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Douglas, enmnetinff for the Fifth'

Army, was timed in 2-.4S.S tor ms;mng the 100-meter
performance. The old record held 58.6 seconds.

by Maguire oi tne.imra Army, I Miami 000 0010001

was 2:50,2. The fourth victor of the evening Rochester nil 000 OOx 2

rrank ChamUerlain, lormeriy-oi and slso quanner for the Olympicu Frrfll Lioetri (7) and

.464 14
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SaUfish Abundant" Marlin
Scarce As International
.. .. ... .... ... ... -wv-:

Tournament Comes To End

ton; Markell and Green.

Hol-LP:

FarreU. HRs: Green, Bouchee.

AFFE and now with the Sixth Ar- trials was Radcliff. The Sixth Ar Army,
my, Army, stroked to a speedy 2:13.3! my athlete churned a 4:50.5 clock clock-clocking
clocking clock-clocking in. the 200-meter freestyle' ing to win the 400-meter freestyle.

10 a oiue riDDon ior me evening, eagmg ms icammaie, Bruce HUicn ichmon(j nil 030 010 8 13

namDeriain, a memoer 01 uie mson, Dy a iew ieei at me iraisn Mn lnnnni 18 2

The last of the Army's J and
Q-boats churned in to Pier 20
Monday night as the 1956 Inter International
national International Marlin and Sallflsh

Tournament came to a close

arter a solid month of activity.
The marlin never cropped up
as thickly as hoped for. but sail-

fish were abundant throughout

most of the tournament, service

boats raised a total of 386 sails,
boating andor releasing 219.
Ten marlin were raised with

three being boated.
Unofficial tallies show the

J-3762 tallied 56, the Q-56 41, the
J-3763 35, and the inspection

boat J-3750 16.
The J-3750 raised three mar marlin,:
lin,: marlin,: boating andor releasing
two, and the J-3763 boated one

of five raised. The J-3762 and
J-3753 each raised one marlin.

1 The records, again unofficial.

show that Pfc Robert Martin of
the 517th MP Det. at Fort Clay- j
ton landed the largest sallflsh j
a 147-pounder. Martin was fish-,
ing from the J-3763 when he
made the catch.
M-Sgt. K. D. Bergere of the
506th AAA Det. at Clayton tock
second place, a 143-pounder

caught from the J-3762, M-Sgt.
J. E. Duncan of the 65th AAA
Op. at Clayton snared a 128 128-pounder
pounder 128-pounder from 'the J-3763 for
third, place, and Col. K. C. De De-Gon,
Gon, De-Gon, USARCARIB Dental Sur Surgeon,
geon, Surgeon, and Pvt. Billy Nicholson,
"G" Co., 20th inf. Rgt. at Fort

Kobbe, -tied for fourth place
with 126-pounders. CoL DeGon

was fishin? from the. J-3750.
Pvt. Nicholson from the J-3753.

The largest red snapper was
landed by Pfc Ben Elsma.' Jr.. of

Hq and Hq Col, 20th Int.. Regt,
at Kobbe. The snapper weighed
27 pounds.
. The amberjack trophy will ga
to Pfc Oscar Miskell of the 2d
MRU, Fort Amador, for his 50 50-pound
pound 50-pound catch. ,1
Lt Col. R. E. Rose, US ARC A A-RD3
RD3 A-RD3 G-I Executive Off icer,
caught andor released five saiK
fish from the Q-56 on July 18 to
win the prize in that category,
and the Q-56 caught the largest
number of fish of all types dur during
ing during the tournament," 426. -.
It is noted again that these
tallies are unofficial. Reports
from the Air Force fisrrinr. fleet
have not yet been received.

1952 Olympic team, also anchored line.

ATTCTTSTA Ufa TTDth.!

man LeRoy Greene angrily report-! the start of today's heat; "I wil

ed to headquarters at midnight run it m 10 seconds.
that during a 1-hour period while! After he fed the record, he
he was directing traffic at an isal-l smilingly: "I could, not
intersection someone had stolen alme it, in 10 today."
pair of work pants and matching Murchison and Williams will
shirt from his booth. i;s meet tomorrow In the final.

I v- 1

have 'you heard
them?
GEORGE
GODOY
TRIO

piano bass and drum 's
to entertain the late crowd
every Fridav and Saturday -'
midnlte to 4:30 a m. in the
air-conditioned Bnibna Bar; ''

(Nightcap on-the-house at 4 30 a m.)
George also plays the piano
10 o.m, 2 a.m- Sun.. Tues.. Wed. Thurs.

Montreal

Jordan, Dixon (9). and wat wat-lington;
lington; wat-lington; Walz, Cole (9) and
Roseboro: ; WP: Jordan. LP:
Walz. HRS: Roseboro, Hamilton.
(First Game. 7 Innlnesi

Havana 100 100 35 4 0'

Buffalo 011 000 02 8 0
Hatten. Cueche (3) and Dot-

!terer: Nacv. Heard (7) and

snerry. wr; vutxuc
HRs: Sherry, Alvarez, -Friend.
(SCtSnd Game)

Havana 002 200 0228 9 1

Buffalo 300 04011X 9 11 1
Mlnarcln, Heard (7) and Dot Dot-terer:
terer: Dot-terer: Bowman, Froats (5) and

Tomokinson. WP: Froats. LP:

Mlnarcln. HRs: Easter, Friend,

Serena, scull. ,

Columbus 020 010 0003 14 2

Toronto 003 400 OOx 7 12 1

Herbert. Harrineton (4). Wool

dridge (6) and Shantz; Johnsoii

and Sawatski. LP: Heroen, tut
Morton.

CUN CLUB
NOTES

The Balboa Gun Club announc

es that Norbert F. "Knobby" Kel Keller
ler Keller has received from the Depart Department
ment Department of the Armv a gold medal

for 'Execellence in Competition."

This is one of the highest a-

wards that can be won by a civi civilian
lian civilian competitor. ;

The medal was awarded for tne

high score Keller fired in the US

ARCARIB match last May.
The scores are forwarded to

Washington and based on a nation
wide comparison of the scores in
other matches fired in the Army

areas. Keller fired as a member
of the Balboa Gun Club team in
the above match.
The Balboa Gun Club is having
an NRA Approved Centcrfire Pis Pistol
tol Pistol Match at Farfan Beach at 9
a.m. tomorrow. Everyone is invit invited,
ed, invited, whether you shoot or not.

to-"-

VFW TEENR ALL STAR
Ted Webb, catcher -outfielder, is

a studious catcher with an accu accurate
rate accurate arm and has the respect of

the opposition at all times. He play played
ed played with the Pumas of the Fasth Fasth-lich
lich Fasth-lich League for the -season Just
closed and was noted for his sharp

hitting, turning in a batting aver

age of .320. Ted will join the team
pf. H.Tri'bur as he is on vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, in the States at present witk
his parents.



TEJ PANAMA AMERICAN AN, INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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UnworaKable Code Forced
Schools To Circumvent It
Win

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1558

HARRY GRAYSON

;f
vrnr vnuiT iNEA The Pa

cilic Coast intercollegiate Athletic" should assume individual responsi responsi-Conference
Conference responsi-Conference has put a booklet in thejbility for their conduct and liveli liveli-mail
mail liveli-mail which delves deeply into tho hood," reads the report
football conflagration that bit thi! Why the undergraduates? It s
blue Pacific's shores. (the front office people condoning
Reaching for our sharpest read- highlv-specialucd recruiting and
In glasses, we carefully went well-paid career coaches and a a-Sroifeh
Sroifeh a-Sroifeh its 40 pages. The prochure'lunni who should be penalized,
read like a business analysis of How many 17-year-old kids and
lini'ed States Ste'el, or maybe that their untrained parents are able to
if a big oil operator in east Tex-j say no'' to the high-pressured

.. it slick caper
something to print. Finished per
using it, you have nothing more
than a batch of rules, by-laws and
high-sounding double talk about a
gam piayea Dy ooys,
ftasicallv. the meSS On the COast

comes down to the University of!sters they -no football abili abili-CaJifornia
CaJifornia abili-CaJifornia at Los Angeles andty? ., ,,.
Southern California paying star giudent adults? What we need

football players 40 a montn more
than a totally unworKame cwae
pera'ttcd. The first thought is that
the tacuity luucuc iyic.cu.-
tiv: obtained pawns in a mmion
dollar-a-year business at
basement rates..
bargain'.,
THE WAY THS TWNG stacks
tip, to an observer wading through
six-foot high stacka of literature on
the affair; the'so- called scandal
on the golden slope is like the old
basketball fixes. So many are in
volved that you wonder whether
anyone was innocent of circum circumventing
venting circumventing impossible regulations.
Oil the serious side, if you take
a college game, that way, is t h e
.trsiffht reoort that UCLA and
Southern California will withdraw
from the league, Situated in the
metropolitan city of los Angeles,
the Bruins and Trojans probably
would be better off without people
to the north who profess to believe
that a school can field a repre
sentative team m high, pressure
fnnthsll without making it possible
for the average lad to get through
As far as UCLA, the main tar-
cel. is concerned, the brass sus
pended every member of its 1955
fivsbman and varsity squads for a
year.
CHAPTER VI of Commissioner
Victor O. Schmidt's booklet is en entitled,
titled, entitled, "Penalties Against Stu
dents."

6

by

Dan Daniel

Hats 0 to Frahk E '(Jimmy) Kilroe, handicapper jor the
New York traqks, who, by adhering firmly and tenatiously to

niy -principle Tcgrcuaoiy nas

zawraays ntsiortc BrooKiyn Handicap.- it wiu 00 run at Jamai Jamaica,
ca, Jamaica, at a mile and three-sixteenths. ' T v
Kilroe Could have kept Nashua In the $50,000 race If he had
asked the 4year-old to carry 130 pounds. Better still, 129.
But Kilroe, his Judgment and his sense of the right thing
to do refused to crack under the Impact "of a tremendous desire
to see Nashua in competition with kind, Switch On, Jet Action,
Midafternoon, Artismo, Dedicate. Le Beau Prince, Tninklng Cap
and a few otners of lesser note. ; c

, Jimmy announced if Nashua

wouia nave to carry 132 pounds KJiroe Knew Lesne a. wMnos
2nd, head of the syndicate which owns the horse, had announced,
in the spring, tnat Nashua would not carry more than; 130
pounds tnis year1. Kilroe was eager to save the star lor Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica. But ne reiterated his assignment 132 pounds, take It
or leave lt.( "-v. ,v .'--';. -s
- So out of the Brooklyn and off to the UOO.O0O Atlantic City
Invitational of Aug. 11, went the nighly aavertised son of Nas Nas-ruUah,
ruUah, Nas-ruUah, and now Kilroe finds that he has stirred up quite a
hornets' nest. ,.. :. . .. ; s
; Racing followers in this area deplore the fact that tracks
elsewhere, by offering prizes far richer than those put up lo locally,
cally, locally, have been able to lure our turf stars away from some of
tne oldest classics of American racing.
But If fairness and justice onerate against keeping the spec spectacular
tacular spectacular horses at the local tracKs, so lee It be. Perhaps racing
has become much too commercialized. v v
No Quarrel With Combs V
, Nobody around here can have a valid quarrel with Combs
and his associates, on their decision not to let Nashua work
unoer more than 130 pounds. f .
They have a tremendous investment In the horse. They
paid $1,251,000 for him and envision for him a successful and
highly profitable career In stud. They dont want to risk com coming
ing coming out of this season with a broken-aown hero. -;
However, let us look at the handicapper's side of the situa situation.
tion. situation. He was confronted with the fact tnat Swaps and Nashua
fwod far above the rest of the handicap division, with Summer
an having a chance in the Brooklyn only if he had a 10-pound
-. advantage In the weiehts.

1 So Kilroe assigned 122 to

119 to Find .and Switch on, and lis to Mioaiiernoon ana jet
'iAction. ,.-s -i- '.
The handicapper could have salved his conscience and done
tome artistic quiooling by assigning 130 to Nashua, and reducing
, the weights right down the line. But that is neither horse rac
r tng nor equitable. The handicaps just don't work out that way.
So Kilroe stuck by his conscience.
In the Atlantic City Invitation, which got. early publicity
with bids to a couple of foreign spectaculars, Nashua will carry
only 129. The field is not likely to be formidable.
. Under 129, Jimmy Fitzslmmons' charge won the Monmouth,
and with 12C, he tooK the Suburban. 1
- When Nashua carried 130, he finished fourth in the Met Met-:
: Met-: roollttn cnd seventh In the Carter. Kilroe knew all about that.
But he said, "132, take it or leave it" ,
Overhaul Handicapping System? u
' Tliere are keen students of horse racing who insist that the
' retirement of Nashua from the Brooklyn points up the need for
; overhauling our system of handicapping. v.
It is conceivable the speeding up of our tracks, and the
training and breeding of horse for spectacular time perform performances,
ances, performances, call for a review of racing conditions by thoroughly com competent
petent competent investigators.
- For example, it is virtually impossible to find jockeys weigh weighing
ing weighing around 105 pounds. The rider of today is in better health.
Cth,a longer life expectancy, than his predecessor of a couple
decades ago. '
' As for Nashua, he is a big horse, a strong one, without a
physical flaw. He Is a throwback to the old school. If he is a
truly treat performer, he should not flinch at 132 pounds.
- Note, phase, that Tom Fool carried 136 in the Brooklyn. In
1947, Eddie Arcaro won with Assault at 133. Discovery, which
won the event three straight years, last had to tote 138 pounds,
'in 1938. ;' '. .,,-,,.,', ... .-.
In 1922, cs a 7-year-old. Exterminator won with 135.
' At Jamaica, the general reaction among the old-timers

one or intense regret over not
field. .

"The conference has held to the

philosophy that college students
are in fact adults and as such
lexe football today?
I'd like to ask the more sanc sanctimonious
timonious sanctimonious faculty athletic repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the Pacific Coast
iiOmerence one question. 11
Honartmpnt. -h in then voune-
are facuity iduiu.
The simple
sohi ion to the dol-
problem is:
lese football
Give the boy the opportunity to
go through school.. and police the
of it
Valk Is liol As
Good As A Homer
WASHINGTON (NEA) There
isn't a player' around, Eddie Yost
of the Senators illustrates,, who
can back away from the lure of a
horn run. ;
Yost the Nats' veteran third
bascmana nd leadoff man, receiv-
ed JM' walks over the first 82
games of the season and was well
on his way to a crack at Babe
Ruth's record for walks in ; onej
seaon. Vy-'
He had five home runs at this
stage. But Yost suddenly found
some power and swatted four in
four games. That ended his walk walking
ing walking man role. He started swinging
instead of taking and drew only
three walks in his next 10 games
GOOD STANDING :
Camden, N. J. (NEA) No
fewer than 161 two-year-old fillies
have been maintained in good stand
ing for the second running of The
Gardenia at Garden State Park.
I Oct. 20.
cnasea me great namiun v
started In the Brooklyn he
Summer Tan, which won't start,
finding Nasnua m tne urooKiyn

0:

' 1 1
SLIPPERY GALS-Vicki Van
11. The
Loni Beach. Calif.. Um

, champion, returns to the national aW after a year?s
Ala., star holds the women's werld jumping record at 70 fe

Third Baltalion
Pocket Billiards
TournsmenI Ends
'Utilizing both the Fort Davis
Service club and Headquarters
company day room for the quar quarter,
ter, quarter, semifinals and finals, 'the
20th infantry's Third battalion
recently comnleted its annual
"Pocket Billiards" tournament.
First round eliminations com
menced on Tuesday, July 24 and
continued through the following
Friday. 1
Each company was represent represented
ed represented by a champion in both the
rotation pool series and the two two-man
man two-man team eight-ball series.
Taking a first place sweep In
both series was "M" company.
Winner of the final round of the
rotation pool was Paul A.
Schwartz who defeated Joseph
K. Dellllkoa of "I" company in
four of six' games played.
Schwartz, together with John J.
Armstrong. copped the eight-
ball doubles championship for
"M" company, (''shutting out"
"K" company in four.; straight
games. Vr-.K.-..-.'.y
Fijial! standings resulted3; In
"M" company garnering a total
of 58 points:. SfC" company. 41
points; Hq. conipany; 38 points;'
Ml" company, 30 points; ano
"L" company. 19 volnta,
Others tiarticipating In the
tournament Included Jerry Oli Oliver
ver Oliver and Horace Campbell of Hq.
company; Glenwood Richard
son .and Jesus.Taltano 1 of "I"
company; Arthur Hensley and
Henry Lee of "K" company; and
Stanley Mlchalek and John O.
McDavld of "L" company.
Presentation of individual -wards
will be made by Lt. Col.
R. W. Pedersen, battalion com commander,
mander, commander, upon the unit's return
from Rio Hato where it is pres
ently undergoing a battalion ex
ercise,
Fco!b:!l Is Easier
Thin CDYcmmsnl
Subsidy To Doran
YPSILANTI, ilich. (NEA) -Jim
Doran, veteran Detroit Lion
end, eagerly looks forward to foot foot-bail
bail foot-bail each year.
"Those government subsidies
get me all confused," said L'jrn
a gentleman farmer from Io
reporting to Coach Buddy Parke
at Eastern Michigan College. "I
always want to get back to some something
thing something I know and can understand
-football." ,v;y, :-'.
OUT OF DOORS
OUTFITTERS AREN'T
INFALLIBLE
By WARREN PAGE
... Shotting Edltef
' OUTFITTERS who take dudes
out hunting are by and large care
ful men who make every effort to
see that their outfits are so com
plete as to assure every comfort to
the sports who ride their horses.
But they're .not infallible, -and
there are a few items which are
lacking in their equipment 99 times
out of a hundred. 1 '
For example, saddle scabbards.
I have never yet, in many years
of heading back into the moun mountains
tains mountains with packhorses strung out
behind, known an outfitter who
provided saddle scabbards as part
of normal horse gear, iney-au
have saddles, usually good ones,
sometimes evea with sponge-rub
ber seats like the rocking chair I
swayet. into at Les Bowman's placcl
a year back. v
Thev mitrht conceivably have
rigged your saddle with a set oft
cavalry-style saddle bags, big en-,
ough to tote your lunch, your,

earner, gloves, ano me Hi oaato your personal health; be sure
ments you forgot to pack where you have the dosages you normally
they belonged. But they don't have take. The whole list of little bottles
saddle scabbards,, land boxes that might go into such
Matter of fact, not only, should a kit is too long for reproduction

you own your own, cm 10 111 we
length and .shape (including the
cope) of your own ntie. dui 11
you're rhalf as smart as I think I

X.

Hook
left
drfrnri. TPkJ fPAuin in 4k. A

Braves "Are Remindful Of
Cobb And That's Exciting

', By HARY GRAYSON v
: 1
NEW YORK (NEA) Irv Nor-
en rounded third base at Yankee'
Stadium on a ball he believed1
would be hit past the shortstop. : J
iJut tne snortston cot his bands
on the ball and Noren Was a dead:
duck trying to scamper, back tol
third base. ( v J
"Makes me sick, muttered Paul
Krichell, in the stands. "But what
..n mi An hnn Th.o Hnnt
make Tv Cohhi nv more.'"
a stoauoVTatF' thV man
seated next to the elderly chief of;
Yankee Scouts wanted to know
"Why, Cobb would have made
it look ridiculously simple," re replied
plied replied Krichell, the old Catch Catcher
er Catcher who speaks with the voice of ex experience.
perience. experience. "He would have drawn a
throw to the plate and either 'walk
ed' back to third base or scored;
depending on the accuracy of the
tnrow.
Tyrus Raymond Cobb was thei
greatest ballplayer who ever lived,
yet it is a remarkable tribute to
the Georgia Peach that. 28 years
after he played; they still speak of
turn as tnough ne were around yes
terday :
x red Haney has the Braves, who
got nownere m particular while
swinging from the very thin end of
the bat for three years, bunting,
squeezing, throwing the book a
way. playing more adventurous and
daring baseball.
A lot of people dont know. re
marked an amazed television an
nouncer at Ebbets Field the
other night, "that this fellow Han
ey was Ty Cobb's third baseman in
jjeiroii.
ORGANIZED BASEBALL be
came stereotyped when the ball
was hopped up so that Babe Ruth
could introduce the home run in
wholesale lots. Managers just laid
oacK ana waited for tne biz in
ning. Scouts no longer were inter
ested in a kid who could steal a
base or think a bit quicker than
the next fellow. All they cared a
bout was bow far be could swat the
ban.
From Ruth to Mickey Mantle.
the big hitter knocked balls into
distant seats, where a handful of
fans could scramble' for them.
Johnny-Come-Latelys seemed to
prefer this to, say : the exciting
plays made possible by the pretti
est play in the game, the three-base
hit swatted between outfielders and
ncochetting off the wall.
When Jackie Robinson broke in
with the Dodgers in 1947, the late
and great dancer, Bill Robinson.
perhaps best expressed the feeling
of older beads who appreciated the
with VX
you ire, you'll have toted your
rifle in plane or car to the jump jump-off
off jump-off in a hooded scabbard. When
properly made out of stiffish skirt
ing leather, with a hood 1 that
straps down, they give a rifle far
better transit protection than any
son case, almost as good as a
wooden box.
The scabbard you use on the
trail really shouldn't be lined, cer certainly
tainly certainly not with regular sheep wool.
hecause if you hit soaking rain
and wet the liner, it takes hours
of drying before it won't rusth
through a nice blue Job. The new newfangled
fangled newfangled nylon liners are better this
way in that they dry faster, but
for a hunting scabbard there's no
need of a liner at all.
Just be sure the one you have
is yours, and fits your rifle, not
some long-barreled or short-barreled
musket that your Uncle Harry
used to shoot.
Another smalt item that few out
fitters pack is a proper medical
kit. We cant expect them to h
kit. We cant expect them
sawbones to humans as well as to
their horses anyway. Cart your 1
own. You know the frailties normal
mere just 101 low tne rule of taking
small quantities of what you, as an!
individual, most ottcn need.
. (Distributed by NEA Service)

flK 'IAL S$yV. the age of

absence 1
1
ns. 1 953 vnnun'i
The Birmingham,
superior infield play, baserunning
and whatnot of days gone by.
.
I never thou Kht I'd live." said
Boiangles at- Ebbets Field one f-
ternoon. "to aee Ty Cobb in tech-
nicoior."
HANEY'S NIW-OLD taiIUa
have raid rich dividend inc th.

litUe guy sUrted putting the Braves meVt to determine te f nK
h..w- n th.i. t ,, ..jnwei.w aeiermine me iinaiists

k,.v (V.i. V!.. i 11
hM th. ,?K2e.1HiHe
nni JS.V it, S ile ft"18 ,nd ,os
.k!.?" ?2.aK

riTnt.a" P August

Adcock might bunt or hit a 3-0 pitch
into the upper seats, etc.
'Mk thurn '''Aim ;.i

the old Cardinal and the new Brave1 callable at your local Atlantic
slogan. The result is that outfield-j slde. gymnasiums and at Gatun
era hurry and more often than not P00'

throw the Same way. The Braves
had never executed the squeeze ad advanced
vanced advanced runners and driven pitch
ers and first and third basemen
daffy bluffing the play on numer
ous other occasions. '-:u;.y';,t ;,,-.,
Whether Ty Cobb baseball will
pav off in the standinn these davs
and nights of the jackrabbit squeal
is open to conjecture.
The hope of solid fans everv
where is that Fred Haney will win
wun it.
That would encourage others
put baseball back in the game.
to
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With three men on
oase. Brown trmlci to rieht pen.
ter field. As the next batter steps
in, the defensive team claims
Brown batted out of turn. The next
batter has not been pitched to
What happens? Marty G e a 0 0-vese,
vese, 0-vese, .-.
Answer: The play Is nullified.
The praper batttrMt declared
ut. The next man In the batting
ecrttr must coma up. All run
ners muit return te their base.
Brawn merely goat back te the
baneh te await his turn, at if. he
never get ta bat.
Q With tne bases loaded and
none out, the batter hits a line
drive which strikes a runner on
his way to third base. The runner
falls to the ground. The shortstop
grabs the ball on the fly. Do all
runners have to get back to their
cases or can they attempt to ad-
vance7-JMorman Lucas.
A. Neither. II Is a daad ball
the instant it hits the runner,
who is out. The batter gets a
slnfcla and the runner frem first
base moves up te make room
for him.'
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George Grannunt retained his

Isthmian table tennis title by
smashing through to a 23-21,
21-18, 21-19 victory over Arthur
JoseDh in the finals of the Uni-
sport Table Tennis Tournament
last night.
Air overflow crowd cheered as
Joseph extended the champion
to a 21-23 skirmish in the open
ing set. Grannum then flashed
a repertoire t 01 giroKes uiai
brought the crowd to Its feet,
and tamed the smashes of Jo
seph.. ';
Luis Moreno squeezed through
to a 14-21. 14-21. 21-18. 21-18. 21
19 verdict over Allan Chlu. With
a series 01 miraculous retrievals,
Chlu grabbed the first two set
but snot his bolt in tn Did ana
became an easy prey to Moreno.
Aioerto Loney reveaieo great
promise when he toyed with
Harold Daniels and captured 1
the championship of the boys'
division in a 21-18. 21-19, 21-11
waltz. This star from the Gold
Coast is ready to move up Into
the fast company of the seniors.
Carrol Proverbs copped top
honors In the girls' division when
she set back Genevieve Mcciure,
21-19, 21-14, 2M6.
Eric Oakley, introduced
by Physical Director Aston
Parchment, made the presenta presentation
tion presentation of awards. A special award
for the most promising young youngster
ster youngster in the tournament went to
Eduardo Blades.
Prelim Meet Set
For AAU Juniors
The Atlantic side preliminary
"iwi. 10 determine me iinausi
t0T the AA.U. Junior Olympics
swimming meet will be held at
aatun pool on August 18 at 1
p.m.
- Entry forms for this imnor-
.!tant sporung event are now a-
In order for a child to be eli eligible
gible eligible for the final AAU Jr. Olym
pic meet they must compete in
the. preliminary meet. Children
Placing first, second, third and
fourth in the preliminary event
j will be eligible for the finals at
Gamboa..' -
Swimming team practice for
the coming junior Olympics is
now beine held at Gatun pool
and will be held Monday through
Friday from 3 to 4 p.m. All At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side youngsters wishing
to train for the Junior Olympics
are welcome to Join the team
group.
Paraiso Sports
Little League Basketball
Spanish Town,' Lakeview, Ghost
Town, Old Town, Dog Patch, and
Beverly Hills are the six teams
preparing for the Paraiso Little
League Basketball Tournament
which is scheduled to get under underway.
way. underway. August 13. at 7 p.m.. at the
Paraiso Gymnasium. The f 1 n a 1
league meeting before the start of
the league will be held Aug. 8 at
7 p.m.
Junior Saccer
The Junior Soccer League, di directed
rected directed by Ernesto Rodriguez, will
swing into action Aug. 13, with
four teams enrolled. Practices are
held every afternoon.,
Vollaybail .'
Entry forms may be obtained
from the physical directors for the
volleyball leagues which will begin
Aug. IS. Up to press time four
men's teams were enrolled and a
like number of girls outfits.
Civic Council Athletic Cemmitee
' A meeting of the Civic Council
Ahtlctic .Committee will be held
Aug, 8, at 7:30 in the gymnasium.
Final plans will be made concern concerning
ing concerning the program of activities fori
the year.
The

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' WATER-RUNNING New aquatic sport, fancy feet-nnft dive

or supra-water ballet? Try again. It s Emma Lou Yuroanec,
of Cleveland, Ohio, demonstrating an important clement in
llfesaving. Instead of diving in for a rescue and losing sight
of the victim while your bead is under, you should run into

I the water like Emma rioes, above,
t at-all times. Emma is lifeguard at

No. 18
Save Sftolies

By, JOE NOVAK
' Written for NEA Sarvl,
If rah m tr ttrt Att'mt i f A
iu J II J mane fjuu uiuauii v
learn,' principally through thair
failure to understand the proce
dures. :' -J
People who excel in other sports
do not always perform as well on
the golf course. Men are inclined
to Create problems. Man a strong
and brilliant man has become
fouled up on a golf course to a
point where disappointment, irri
tation and confusion cause him to
give up the game in disgust.
Knowledge-of a few elementary
facts could have prevented this.
Women, on the other hand, are
uft ined to depend too nuicli on
others for guidance. They, fail to
work out in their own minds an
aggressive plan. Because women
are sood pupils, however, they do
develop good form and siyie. -"
Th frM rhnir of time. Muio
ment and style is the very thing
that. i often nroves tn be the un
doing of the golfer. Uncertain of
the clun selected, pernaps a on
. 1 . ,t
more uncertain 01 uie maimer
wlil-h h i enin? ta us it. the
playr has a tendency to become
deliberate and dououui. tie Devel Develops
ops Develops a mental block and a physi physical
cal physical Isnunn whirh rfpstrnv hil con
fidence and bility to execute the
snot.1
Golf requires a definite plan or
style of action. The player trains
himseif to act routinely.

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Agree on Terms
And Sign Pacts
1?EW YORK Aug. 4 (UP The
. costliest' steel strike in history
virtually ended today with major
producers joining the giant U.S.
Steel Corp. in signing an unprece
dented three-year contract wun me
I'nited Steelworkers Union.
U.S. Steel signaled the end of the
14-day $2 billion walkout last
night, when it accepted the 76-page
contract agreement.
Republic Steel Corp., the No. 3
producer, quickly followed suit. A-i
ment with tenth-ranking Wheel
fng Steel Corp. was reached short shortly
ly shortly after midnight. Jones and Laguh-
timied after delays m obtaining
agreement copies. t
Bethlehem Steel Corp, No. 2 pro producer,
ducer, producer, meets with the steelwork steelwork-.
. steelwork-. in am. todav over a local
contract issue. Neither Bethlehem
nor the industry was sure of agree
meni.toaay.
Great Lakes, Armco, Colorado
Fuel and Iron and Allegheny Lud Lud-ii,M
ii,M Lud-ii,M avnuMMi tn sien today.
inland steel. Younestown Sheet
and Tube and other holdout may
sign today. Local issues are again
involved. ;
: Pittsburgh Steel signed early yes yesterday.:
terday.: yesterday.: Crucible, the first major
i producer to reach agreement, ini
Ik. mntrurt Thursday nieht,
. TnUn a Qtonhpn II. S. Steel vice
president and chief industry nego-
ereement with David J. McDonald,
lant cheers of 200 union members
sienhens and McDonald both
th hnne that there will nev
r asain be a need for another
: steel strike..''1
Airman
Death Sentence
LONDON. Aug. 4 (UP) Amer
ican airman James Jordan, of
Newark, N. J., has appealed a
British death sentence, II. S. Air
Force officials said yesterday.
Jordan. 20. was sentenced to
death July 20 for stabing to
death an English laborer. Walter
Beaumont, 27, in a cafe brawl in
Hull. He is the first 'American
sentenced to die since the 1952 vis visiting
iting visiting forces act gave Britain the
right io try American servicemen
in civil courts.
No murderer has been executed
in Britain for nearly a year be because
cause because of a parliamentary debate
over whetheV capital punishment
should be abolished.
At street Intersections the geiv
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WASHINGTON. Awr i 7ITP
rrrsiocni jisennower nas- siened
the $2.1 billion military construc construction
tion construction bill inrluriinff nrniorts in cninH
develcpment of long-range ballistic
missiles and an atomic-powered
airpiane.
Thm "ppnrA rhanoc" hill v.
places a measure previously vetoed
by Mr. Eisenhower on grounds that
congress exceeded us constitutional
iims in requiring congressional
clearance for iom missile anH
Housing programs.
f In Mr.' Eisenhower's action yt yt-Hrday,
Hrday, yt-Hrday, he took no not of tha
he that tho now bill imposed
soma strings on the hug pro program.
gram. program. Th maasur provide that
no military housing project can
bo started ..until 180 days after
tha House and Senate Armed
Sarvices Committee are notified
unleks th committees give th
Dfns Department a go-ahead
somr.
The oresident niffned tiiiu
that would:
Provirlft far tha hnrlal nf n
unknewn soldier of the Korean War
Paint Contracts
Awarded To Rojas
Bids Ufpro nnsnal
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by vhe Panama Canal Company for
the interior oaintinir n( CPVDtl L.
partments and one house.
Uahml Kniaa maH. nn...
low bid of $1,299 for the contract.
Which : lnrlurioe tha mii.ll.. t
nomes m several towns.
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The following apartments are to
be painted: No. 0210-A of Ancon;
NO. 1521 -C nf Balhno. 1M lurn
oi mapio Heights; Nos. 138-B of
uBiun; ana os. 8021-A, 8112-A.
and 8213-A of Marssrita
The interior nf Hm ca
w mw nuuil
will also be painted. 1
Other companies which submit
!r i,d5, ?.eT Servicio P-ouwer.
Fepresentaciones Panama Canal
ana tropical Paint Company.

Weepy Mossadegh Receives Release

From Iran Prison- Hp ;

TKHBAN Tran ln i trra
Hirinrr premier ot Iran who chal
lenccd the Rritich and lnf ...ni
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be freed from prison tomorrow, t
wu iuiuuucu loaay, hj- i
Hi release thru iman
HIS natlonallzatinn nf anirln.Tponian
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oil lea to his disgrace, comes at
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a time when another Middle East
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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1938

Acts Signed By

htS romrailpc nf WnrM
Wars I and II in Arlington Nation-
al cemetery.
. -Increase from $1.5 billion to $3
UiJUOn me amount IVHI ah a fnr
, ........
..-u..,s ouipiua u.o. laiiii proaucis
iam proaucts lor foreign curren currencies.
cies. currencies. The money will go to the
Commodity Oerfit rnm t
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Eniwefok Sprinkled
With Light Fallout
During Atom Tests
WASHINRTnw .'..- j
suciuiiieni aisciosea yester yesterday
day yesterday that -light" radioactive fa"
out sprinkled Eniwetok AtoU after
iuiu sums oi mis year s nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests at tha P.;r; :.
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even wnicn conduct conducted
ed conducted the tests Rut tha n..
partment and Atomic Energy
Commission said no personnel had
uc cvacuatea. rney also said
0 SDeclal nrntartiva mao.....
had to be taken.
The end of the tests
nounced July 23. Yesterday's, an announcement
nouncement announcement said Rear Adm. B.
Hall Hanlon. task foren
vi, imu reiurnea ana mud nra.
limmary reports to Defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Charles E, Wilson and AEC
iiairman wwis Jj. Strauss.
, Wilson, who viewed part of the
tests, said they will have "far "far-Jeach,,n
Jeach,,n "far-Jeach,,n 'effects on national de defense.'
fense.' defense.' He praised the "teamwork
ana leadership displayed under
cuanging conditions of weather
and operational contingencies."
Strauss Said tha at. ...t..t..
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tia y advanced the security of this
nun uuu me rree world by de de-ve.'nP"ir
ve.'nP"ir de-ve.'nP"ir new knowledge which
Will JlfM tn tha nn...- 1
flexibility of our nuclear arm.
ment against aggression."
, .w wi
?ww. President Gamal Ahi
M.a. tn. i . r M,,V
h nr.-; hgypi' Is.3usng with
sSscarnnaiization of
MOSSflHfPh wan IsilxJ 1. .nr.
- jaucu 1U Oil
"'!" amounting t0 treason
gam?t the Shah nf T
e.n- JaSh Riahi, was freed to-
ao spent three years in
solitary confinement.
u r! hL b,,n "ws of
Mossadegh since h was ntne-
l3. Clad In a thread bar ovr.
ct and carpt slipprs, h
wept wh.n his sntnc was pro pro-nouned.
nouned. pro-nouned. H shuffled off to pri prison
son prison vowing to commit suic id.
At en tim during his imprl imprl-sonmnt
sonmnt imprl-sonmnt part of which was spnf
In solitary-Mossadgh want cm
a hongr strike. H gav it up
his guards forcd-fd him..
Kiahl. Who Was arraclal h Ami
Mossadegh was overthrown, Aug
19. 1953. left nrisnn M I.
inena s car. There was no dem demonstration.'
onstration.' demonstration.'
Mossadegh grew overnight into
one of the most powerful figures
in the Middle East before his dra dramatic
matic dramatic downfall. He was colorful
and flamboyant. He did not hesi hesitate
tate hesitate to burst into tears in public
when trying to make a point v
There are doubts about his age.
Most reDorts nut it at 7ft hut nh.
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ers range as high as 90.
Liner 'Panama ;
Feature In Mag
A two-page color reproduction of
a picture of the Panama liner Pa
nama is a teature of the latest is issue
sue issue of "The Compass," a publica publication
tion publication of the Socony Mobil Oil .Company;-....,;
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Copies of the publication have
just been received on the Isthmus.
The Dicture is one of a seHea nti.
tied "Great Ships of the World"
which is being used in the-maga-zine.-j-.,
-a' "r,
Th picture, takea liy Kick Kicker,
er, Kicker, shows the S. S. Panama at the
pier io Port au-Prince, Haiti
Some of the factual data concern concerning
ing concerning the ship such as size, capaci capacity,
ty, capacity, and speed is furnished with the
picture. y.--y-
(The magazine' noted that repro reproductions
ductions reproductions of the picture on-heavy
paper, suitable for framing, may
be otained upon request to deal dealers
ers dealers ut Mobil Marine Oils or the
Marme Sales Department of Soco-
u.y ?iduit uu o., inc., Droaa Droaa-Jr
Jr Droaa-Jr I way, New York.

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country is safe1 Abraham Uneoln.

Iha fntApnafmnnl urhaat lOraamMt
until July 31, 1959. The 1956 agree,
mert provides for sale of 132 mil-
lion bt,shels of U. S. wheat to for-
aim licore thic m (i from 1 tn
lUli, JL.l ,Vt liVUl n.w
io i Dusnei.
Authoru- creation, of a na national
tional national library of medicine t talc
over th medical library of th
TOMORROW TODAY No
space girl, she. Sally Davis is
modeling a pressurized tlr
conditioned fashion for today's
laboratory and industrial
worker who might be exposed :
to harmful radiation., Of vjnyl
film, the" suit is a creation. of
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.
Sally's handbag la a Ceker
counter. 1
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Mossadegh was a super -patriot
and his nationalization of the An-
o--Ui.ii uu, ueias maae mm
both a popular and tremendously
powerfuf figure in luYown counto
and the rest of the Middle Eat
His. brazen nnlinv'nf natut:..
tion collapsed when international
oil concerns boycotted the coun-
try s oil industry. The refinaria.
which
" "a -"vvoji
tons of oU and gasoline yearly, just
" J"uauF.ea muiion
ir "v- us5aoegn naa a mu u u-million
million u-million dollar an and ...
ers. American intercession brought
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FIVE CENTS
President
Proaram
arn.td forces, considered on f
th grtit medical libraries in
th world. Th law puts th nw
library undr juritdietion of th
Surgeon General of th U. S. Pub Public
lic Public Health Services and creates
an advliarv heard nf raoMilt.
Authorize the Federal Maritime
Administration tn cnnstnirt a nrn.
tcty:e merchant ship suitable for
mbi mass proaucuoo in case OI
national emergency. 1 --t
Extend fnr turn vniri a ivit
million program of federal aid for
scnoois in areas crowded by de
fense and military activities. A
bout 3 (MM) achnnl district acrncc
the nation receive federal aid for
school constucuon and oneratlon
under the program.
Russians Refuse
To Return Japan's
Island Possessions
Moscow. Au i-. arp) Ttuia
refused vexterdav tn return .Ta.
pan's major pre-war island posses
sions ana leu peace treaty talks
snagged on the same obstacle-that
blocked negotiations in London last
year. .' ;: ..
Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri
T. Shepilov rejected Japan's of offer
fer offer IO dron claim tn tha laraa ic.
land territories north of Japan in
exenange lor Kussia's return Of
the two southernmost Kurile is is-lanH
lanH is-lanH '
, Shepilov said the territorial ques
tion aireaay naa peen settled by
the Yalta agreement under which
the Soviet Union received the Ja-
panese possessions in return
for
participation in the war.
T T-i i r
wapinese roreign minister Ala Alamort
mort Alamort Shieemitsu told newsmen af
ter the twn-hnnr ?J minute nasnliat.
mg session he would give Shepilov
I. .11 1 I 7
a iuii repiy wnen negouauons
are resumed Mnndav He indinat.
ed he would invoke the Cairo de
claration which states that the al allied
lied allied nowers Vcovet nn sain fnr
themselves and have nn thnnsht nf
territorial expansion." r V;
bhigemitsu appeared still hope hopeful
ful hopeful that the treaty can be conclud-
'It Is too early to judge which
way the talks will go, he said.
"There Is Btill room for negotia negotiation."
tion." negotiation." s
However, he added. "Tf thew
don't give up anything they grab grab-ed
ed grab-ed in wartime, that is real power
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. The Japanese .foreign minister
Shepilov gave him a list of
114 war nrisnners whn snnn will
be released after completing their
nion.
prison sentences -m tne soviet u-
rin4 tha-i.. Mintiaal hat
vnuvi uic vi ma iivpvocu vj
Russia, the Soviets would return
only the small islands of Habomai
and Shikotan off the northwestern
tip of Hikkaido.
COURT COWN-The regal
baU gown to be worn by Miss
America's court of honor next
September is modeled by Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Mae Johnson, Miss Oregon
of 1955 and runner-up in last
year's Atlantic City pageant.
The gown is a fitted sheath of
cotton satin with a full over over-skirt
skirt over-skirt of brocaded cotton In a
painted" floral, patternr Petal
sleeves and three-dimensional
nower appliques on the over over-skirt
skirt over-skirt are trimmed in glittering
sequins.

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DEATH WON OUT i- An iinld-fltifte4'eWel:ly:-h!
NewYorks Manhattan Bridge, as police try to .talk him into
climbing back onto the pedestrian walk. The man ignored their
pleas and dropped 135 feet to his death In the river below :'

Some 2500 Farmers Sign Up
For Eisenhower s Soil Bank

WSHINRTOW Aner 1 YTTP'
Nearly 500.000 farmer have aton
ed up for President Eisenhower's
new sou bank and will collect close
to .225 million dollars for crops they
oo not produce mis year, it,
disclosed today. -;
was
La F" ""S'r re-
leased "substantiallv final" fimiraa
. .
showing that 495,432 farmers sign

ea agreements by tne July 27 dead-, however, and Congress killed Mr
lin- to take 10,720,748 acres of corn, "Eisenhower's substitute proposal to
wheat, cotton, nee, peanut and give farmers' some one billion in
tohacto land out of cultivation. I advance payments this year lor
, governinenl's goal was to get next year's land withdrawals
between, I and IS million anrai. Aa il.

iihdr.m ;nli,, inn i i.
lyear as a first step toward .bolster-
intf I arm income and rerfnnnff tha
.
government s costly price support,
burden
Assistant Agriculture Secretary
aan i. umi saia the result show-
ea 'widespread interest" by farm
afar in tnaa em I l a le- mmncn m saml
said it "indicates a successful o-

Tj 4.T j- i""1"'" ""img i minion acres out of cultiva

nf ration in 19.17 and later veara
Butz said the department now is
readvintf it 19.17 nrnffram and mill
very soon set it up through its field
on ices, particularly tor me iaati-57
winter wheat crop which is plant planted
ed planted this fall. : ' J
"The exnerience eained so far
this year and the widespread in interest
terest interest of farmers In the program
Brightly Colored :
Silk Shoes Hake
Men's Feel Fancy
; NEW-YORK -.(UP) :- The
men will outdo the women in
. fancy- footwork this summer.
For silk, in some mighty bold
colors, is the latest material : for
men's shoes. .It is sometime the
res! thine an Italian silk called!
luuiopi, irom wnicn, tnose ?m
I men's suits ire made. Or. it tan
ha ..a 4nltnn ai ravnn shantuna I
Manufacturers said the silk has!
a dual advantage 'it makes for
a lighter and cooler shoe.
Flnrsheim said It intrndneed tha
real silk shoes to the men's fa she
ion. world two summers ago,' but
the styles were limited and ; the
customers generally were men
who could afford the suk suits.
This year, silk, shoes have be become
come become available for the mass mar
ket. At least half a dozen styles
mm kTO il a Vtlaa in At9n p-AIapi
ij t nuaiMB -i, mi uulvii vviviai
Colors include light or dark grey J
biue, white, cnarcoai Drown, tan
and black for the conventional
dresser. -.''
I For the flashier fellow, there
are gold, green, lavender and Ted.
. FOUR'S A CROWD
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP) (UP)-Rirhard
Rirhard (UP)-Rirhard LI Lir.ntte was fined tS
for driving with four persons in
the front seat of his car. One of
the four was riding to his left,
police said.
Weather Or Not
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indicate mainr nrivon. f.l-nnlr
, J miiwv OI1VUIU
oe msde next year in bringing out
suijuiuses uiio une, i uutz said.
The administration nri?inaiiv hnn
ed its soil hsnlr nrnorom .k.j
at cuttirig down Trice-denrain
surpluses and also conserving soil
farrilitv uaM ; t- -' v. ...
tewi-ty, would give farmers 2 bil
Ii.m Ann. .u:.
" a m uaviuciits uus year,
' Th- bill was passed too late
(kr! payments
took actual land out of cultivation
m iirait vim ig uiose wnose
crops were destroyed by flood
drought or other natural causes
biggest beneficiaries of the 1936
program are corn-farmers who will
collect 151 million dollars for. tak-
a a '.
tion. A total of 282,311 corn grow growers
ers growers signed up for the program this
year. : ; ,. j-.
The only other crops eligible for
sou cans payments are wheat, cot cotton,
ton, cotton, .rice, peanuts and tobacco.
Here are the nnmher nf limr.
participating in the other crop with withdrawals,
drawals, withdrawals, together with the number
of seres. withdrawn and payments:
Wheat -97,944 individual agree agree-ments,
ments, agree-ments, 5,078,385 acres, $9,612,190.
Peanuts' 4,830 agreements, 40, 40,-067
067 40,-067 acres. $534,384.
Rice 1.193 aeremenL M.
714 aeres, $1,326,400.
cotton 90.453 agreements. 1
003,613 acres. $25,595,349.
Tobacco 18.706 agreements an
415 acres, $6,368,140.

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tellers To Ci'irds
Chief WEiPrclse':-
Both President Elsenhower
and his press secretary, James
Hagerty,. have sent letters to
Col. v Bolivar .Vallarino, com com-mandant
mandant com-mandant of the Panama Nation National
al National Guard, congratulating him
and the officers and men un under
der under his command for ... the job
they did during the recent meet meeting
ing meeting of American Presidents.
Mr. Eisenhower said In his
letter to Vallarino:
Particularly I ;want to ex express
press express to you my admiration and
appreciation of the work of the
Panama National Guard. I
know you were confronted with
almost insurmountable obsta obstacles.'
cles.' obstacles.' and I have heard nnt.hlnv
but praise from each member o
my staff for the efficiency and
courtesy that enabled the entire
1 x am . ...
anair ro go on so successiuiiy."
The XJ. a. President also asked
Vallarino, to extend his compli compliments
ments compliments tn f!nl. Raturlrin TT'nrai
second In command and t. To-
rrijos. : Vr .';-;
In his' letter to the Panama
nolice rhief. Hatrrt. ,sairi t.h
i Panama police organization did
security during the Meeting of
Presidents,' adding; .j
"The dllitence and vlcllanr
of vour officers and men at. th
hotel, at other meeting places.
na mose assignea to escort tn
President was Indeed outstand outstanding.?
ing.? outstanding.? , ; . . ,i
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TAPS The last 'surviving
Union veteran of the Civil
War, 109-year-oW Albert, Wool Wool-son,
son, Wool-son, 'passed away at a hospi-
tal in Duluth, Mlrih. Woolson
served as a drummer boy in
: : r the great struggle, iv t
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' DETltOIT- rTTPYl. I "hew fa..
ther 'had a readv avnlanatinn nrh
be came to the hospital equipped
with a name for his first bom bom-be
be bom-be it boy or girl. "You would have
too." he ahnnted nrnndlv "if vmi
had waited 18 years for this day."
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