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PANAMA, P., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1957
2G0-30G Killed By
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WASHINGTON, Jun 28
persons r dead in the vicinity' of Cameron and Creole, ,1
La., in the wake of hurricane '"Audrey," a Lake Charles.
La.t Weather Bureau official reported by telephone to the'
Weather Bureau Emergency Center here todiy,;;. !:;
Roofs of homes Intake, Charles
were ripped off by the storm and
from 1,000 to 1,500 houses were
flooded by nearly seven inches of
Tain. Some 5,000 cattle tookYefuge
oh the high ground around Cam-
ron-. and ei)le,N ?jfv
. The spokesman feported that tne
v f the slow-moving hurricane
took about two hours to move e-
vef the afflicted area, a epuiy
Sheriff at Uke Chariest 30 miles
orth of Cameron,- had said ear earlier
lier earlier that some 4,000 to 5,000 Per Per-'
' Per-' ons;re -missing. .f,,K
" A rprf dlrtet frwi i flind
v4 tug at CanworcsaW tha-JHwr,
. ricane killed 7 nertona f thtre
y.t.rdy and that 100 t 300 are
miasinv. ; Wfx " 'fi-
Capt. Allen Marshall, whose, tug
la aground- at Cameron",, said:
.- "Sheriff O. B. Carter, consulted
, list he had in bis hand, and
' counted "the" names on it. Be
told me be had 87 dead and an another
other another 100 to 300 people who can cannot
not cannot be found and may be dead.
Cusf onirs Inspect or
Saver Voting Girl ;
Trca Flyl: Lino
j a V. Diif.am, Ciistobal customs!
dor. who literally swept a
. pretty young Panamanian girl off
her ieet. and out 01 jnepam m
flying .heaving Jine, r4-.ikg'.
1 The line., weighted with" a half
pound of leadwaa being thrown
f om the deck of the SS Reina del
acifico as the vessel was being
- berthed in Cirstobal. ',1.
V Dignam, who was on of the cus customs
toms customs inspectors on duty, noticed
that line with the weight at-
tached,-was headed straight Cor
a group of spectators.0 vuicitiy ne
lunged for the girl and pushed her
out of the path of the missile., a
split second before It hit the pier.
Ike Miix; Remove
Shoes Ta Please V
Hosleni iHd x
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WASHINQTON.- June 28 UP)
It Preaident JCiaenhower wants
' to make a hit with the Moslem
world, he'll take his shoes off
: and go through a public ceremo-
. ny today in his stocking reet.-
, The ceremony la the dedica
tioa of the Islamic tenter here.
Most people remove their shoes
' ueiore entering trie noiy con confines
fines confines of the mosque. But there Is
a question jwhetherx Eisenhower
will go through the undignified
" process of pulling oft hi shoes
la public ; v r
; White House Press Secretary
James C Haeerty said the ehief
' executive has another choice
he can encase Ms shoes i spe special
cial special coverings that have never
. touched the -streets. . -
Hagerty said either -would be
In accord with Moslem practice,
1 t -
ZJn like ly
LONDON,- Jane (UP) Com-! cent release of a 15,000 word pol pol-tnunist
tnunist pol-tnunist China, faces very serious icy statement from Mae.
Internal troubles over a wide field The assessment bolda that Mao's
of hi political and economic life,
Tne Red regime s ajincuiuei are
more deco-reoted and widespread
than so far it has allowed to be
knows, and criticism of the gov-i
fmaient has come from nearly ev ev-ery
ery ev-ery quarter ef the country's COO
million population. '. - '
Sat tnes Uficultie are not uxe-
It to threaten- the foundations of J
the Communist r''e or topple
lae fovemineBt of Ms Tse-tung.
Tho t ne tkke
ty te frt tevwt CMneee re re-Utiwts
Utiwts re-Utiwts -for mm time boine" aW
fM9h tsy- piey eefiitty
" brine tK Eorepeen ftattlliklS
TheM are t coneluvwis reach
M ia a h Wvel fn-the-Pot as-
rn"K inride f f-r-np'ct Chins
tldl ware 1. .-Lii.:4 fcf tie re-
(UP)-- Som,200 to 300
"He also aaid he has sent 'out
by boat more than 300 people se seriously
riously seriously injured or sick." .
Marshall said Sheriff Carter
was v at the Cameron Courthouse,
the only building left in tpwn. .-
Sheriff Henry Reid left Lake
Charles at 4 a.m.: today for Cam
eron .with a cabin cruiser,' a flo
tilla of 2 small boats and two
barges loaded with food, rescue
equipment; and -medical' supplies.
: The .only way to Cameron Is
a rivtr. At last raport, net even
helicopters could land there.
The 1 victims apparently w e t
drowned hy a storm wave.!, Tidal
waves are cast up by earthquakes.
Until reports began to filter, in
from Cameron, it had been sup supposed
posed supposed that the death toll from Au Audrey
drey Audrey was 18. V.'.;:':" : ffi
Deputy Sheriff Sjm iMazilly in
Lake Charles estimated that 8,000
to 10.000 persona were around
Cameron yesterday when Audrey
"Only about half of them are
accounted tor," he aaid.
Meanwhile, rescue oarties in
Lake Charles fought through Au
dreys wake toward the more lso
lated community of Cameron.'Two
nurses and a first aid man left
Lake Charles in a sheriffs boat on
a mercy mission, down the chop
py' Calcesieu :River.. ;
a. coast iiuara cuuer prepfireu
to leave New Orleans at Daybreak
wih medical supplies for Career
ri, vhich hut b'n cut off from
ift ff t.'. world since the
i.-n's i-i si i.i.rricad tut it yes-
It was not known if there ;
was food or wata Jeft in, Cam Cameron.
eron. Cameron. -r':-i.Ji: '?' i Vri
' The, Coast Guard at Jlew Or Orleans
leans Orleans also waa planning; a helicop helicopter
ter helicopter rescue of five' men adrift in
a pair of rafts spotted late' last
night 12 miles east of the Sabine
bank bar in the Gulf. The man
were believed thrown into the sea
when, an offshore oil rig capsized.
AEC Feces Headache
As Atomic Device :
, EWSNOBNevJune 28 (UP)
The sixth atomic device of the
1957 test series failed to fire today.
for unknown reasons.
It was the first mis-firing in five
years of nuclear experiments and
only the second la the entire his history
tory history of testing of die Nevada prov proving
ing proving grounds where 50 previous
blasts have been set. off.- v
The Atomic Energy Commission
was faced immediately with the
problem of choosing, a volunteer
to climb the 500-foot, ateel tower
and disarm the deadly package at
the top of it.
Such a task is fraught with the
most extreme danger.
The sliahtest jar could set ef a
fission explosion-that would Taptw
nia the tower and UcK out an au-i
destructive fireball approximately
500 feet around it." : V t x
Some 300 observers were station stationed
ed stationed at this vantage point called
News Nob 14 miles from the deto detonation
nation detonation aite in the Nevada proving
grounds.- But they were ordered
evacuated from toe site within 15
minutes after the pre-dawa count countdown
down countdown of the minutes and seconds
ended in a big nothing.
To Harm So vie t Ties
forthright policy review was made
irom a position 01 strengxn ox me
regime rather than from its weak
ness. Even the Chinese criticism
is just that, and not a fighting op-j
position. .r .. -Mao
a believed to have taken a
calculated risk in allowing the
Chinese poeple to let off steam by
raising their complaints openly un-i
der the campaiso of rectifica rectification"
tion" rectification" of correetioa ef past Com Communist
munist Communist mistakes.
also tU has the power to clamp
down harshly if opposition were
to get out of hand and to threat threaten
en threaten the lounditioos of Communist
rule, high diplomatic sources said.
Only WeeVwedey Premier j
CHe l-fsi 4iKlee4 M4 CK.n.
te vnrfertene a Meed bH ef
Cllocm XiUonaUt UK. I.!-
1 it?. ATnnj'' fi
PUBLIC HEALTH authorities
are investigating the source of
meat from sick cows, also:; the
sale of raw. bacteria-filled un
pasteurized milk, ; according to
an announcement made yester yesterday
day yesterday by Public Health and Labor
Minister Mrs. Cecilia Plnei Re-
mon '' '4 "VS;
Tha i meat'; from cows which
have been clandestinely slaugh slaughtered
tered slaughtered is sold at lower prices than
the meat from cows which have
been examined and slaughtered
at the Abattoir Nacional, EI Pan
am a America has reported.
Mrs. Remon is quoted as say saying
ing saying that it will, not be long be before
fore before the authorities ; find the
source of the diseased meat be
ing sold, to th$ public, r -; v
A .11 JS. HOTEL firm has re
portedly offered to pay $500,000
annually for the rental of Hotel
El Panama. According to La Ho Ho-ra,
ra, Ho-ra, the offer, which is; being
stucuea oy ine nvLcia oumu wi
directors, was made by a firm
with- Interests in large hotel
chains in Las Vegas and other
a ninn to lis lands to be re
rnrt hv the united States gov
ernment to panama for present
shanty town residents nas re reportedly
portedly reportedly been suggested to the
administration of President Er Er-nfA
nfA Er-nfA h la. auardla. The plan
also contempt! ;
of small houses to oe oia
shanty 1 town resiaenis o tu
basi?jpi sio mommy pauwiiwi.
La Dcca Quarters
an.-"nru,ii.ff of residing in Pa-
fr.nai Huartera has been
withdrawn in the case of a bachel--
.mninvk livinff in La Boca as a
result 01 -vwiawous -i tiw
u miOThano reeuiauons. 1
Prio to bis eviction from quart-j
nurchasa and tree tmry i-
1 . -,-AA an
vilegea naa oeen suspcuueu w
.- The drastie punishnjent, Justi
km nf riiimissal Jffom arvic,
wis imposed after tbe employe,
who works for the Terminsls Di Di-i.n
i.n Di-i.n -in Balboa., was found to
k.u. hw Mntrabanding oy mak
ings purcitsei lor unaumorueu per
nnar t tne la coca uuuiiwuj.
pntrf warnings have been
iMtied to Canal employes lately
on the aubject of exceasive pur
chases -ind other violations 01 pur pur-.h.i
.h.i pur-.h.i ami free entry privileges.
Instructions to all sales personnel!
and insoectors nsve empnasizea
th atrict measures in force to con
trol asd degree ol coniraoanuing
by the purchase of any item ior
nv nna-orivileeed person, includ
ing non-privuegea reiauves
Violations mar result in suspen
sion r -dismissal from the service
a a well -as the withdrawal of pur
chase ana quarters privileges.
DETROIT. June 28 UP) In
Home, you do as the Romans do.
In this motor city, auto dealer
WillianV M. Packer Jr. was or ordered
dered ordered to- give his ex-wife a new
car every year as part of a di-
Sate T F. Tsiang once estimated
28 million Chinese died in the Com-,
The diplomatic assessment mad
available today aaid what Mao
may have risked internally by op-j
ening the fkodgates of criticism of!
the regime waa more uaa made
ud by his enhancement of China's
position in Asia, possibly at exj
pense of tne Russians.
fceMn' Mae'f atatetmn llee
the oMiety of Ms regime a-
. cfcieve antornal woity as ejich- ;
tf as pela4e.
The (Lptomidc astesimeni ssld
this was markedly lacking aeariy
eight years after the Beds took
Ruxfiv needs solidarity with Red
China for political reasons. Chins
needs it for economic reasons. So
mrtwartfl, and for some time to
com, the "solidarity
te be sxainUised.
In. Nabbing Albrook Thief ;
All mothers who wonder whether
it pays to get up some, mornings,
will probably take heart from this
story, ji;vv',;'s;r:' i-rr,y
With a bit of f good ; luckt they
too may help, catch a thief in the
wee hours oi the morning.
It was rather dark at 3:45 this
morning when Mrs. Joseph P. Leo-:
nelli of Albrook crawled out of
bed to warm, baby's milk bottle.
: Glancing : casually across the
street, however, she was able to
EMMETT ZEMER, who has
beea 'Mr, fourth of July"; to
thousands ef .pacific Stda
youngsters, is retiring from
Panama canal service at the
end of this-month. The safety
inspector of the Supply; and,
Employe Service Bureau has-
one of .the longest continuous
service records ever racxednp racxednp-by.
by. racxednp-by. a Canal employe, with only
a matter of a few days less
than 44 yearsiVHe is one of
eight active workers with construction-day
service; After all
-his years of residence on the,
Isthmus,. Zemer plans to re.
main here after his retirement
With Mrs. Zemer, an employe
of the Army at Ft, Clayton, he
will make bis future home la
. , panama City, :
Chinese Reds Bomb
TAIPEI, Formosa; June 28
(UP) communist batteries
shelled Nationalist China's out outpost
post outpost islands today for the third
straight aay. A enraese military
spokesman said the situation in
the offshore isianas u -very
tense." .-. ,'.'-:;7
U.S. Admv felix B. v Stump,
however, saia ne sees no reason
to attach "special slenlficance"
to the renewal of Bed artilleryi
activity.:-; v .J
Tlw tiny islands of THaa and.
Ertaa in the Quemoy group were
the targets of today's pre-dawn
bombardment, t- There were no
reports of casualties or aignlfl-l
The situation In the Quemoy
area is very tense as a result of
continuous Communist military
bombardment,", said Rear A dm.
iJn ho Tu. China's too military
spokesman. "Ships entering that
area do so at their own risk." I
Stump, who adds VS. forces
la the Far East to his- Pacific,
Command Monday, was con con-eerned
eerned con-eerned hv the Red attacks on
the oiiemov and Mats Islands.
"I attach no special signifW
cance to the new communist
Aiithreak." Ftumn said after a
conference with president Chi-
ana- Kai-shek. "There appear
to be no special concern among
the Ketlemallat Chinese over the
shelling at least no more than
in the past."
Note That Failed
kVVk rial June 7 (UP)
Tampa Times reporter Dsns Cess Cess-aa
aa Cess-aa had to use S 12-rainute parking
meter Wednesday beeease the
hour meters were all taken, ne
left a vote aaying: "At Chamber
of Commerce meeting. This 12 12-minute
minute 12-minute parking place wss al I
could find." .'
When be returned, the found this
reply: v - m
"Pont park 12 minute place
unless ymi're attending a 12-mia-1
i s :
it, exptctedlute meeting.
Taare was also a j irkifig HxxsC
see a mm in the carport crouch crouching
ing crouching down aodt throwing things,) in into
to into a bag. .1 V
',' A. hai-ty call le her. husband,
who is a captain with Albreok's
Air Traffic Control, got him out
of bed, and he in turn summon'
ed the A't Police who hurriedly
cenwireled en the area.
The suspect,? later identified as
ErSson- Viliarreal of Pueblo Nue Nue-vo,
vo, Nue-vo, managed to slip away in the
Air Police patrols had keen
scouring the area for the past
week since a wave of pilfering of
clothing, appliances and even cash
of AibrooK quarters naa aieneu
them to thieves.1? k 5 f7'v
Viliarreal was next spotted by
another earlv riser. Airs. Marion
O'Quiit was fixing breakfast when
she, too,, glanced out of her kitcb
en window at 6:05 this morning
and sootted Viliarreal with a large
bag of merchandise heading .tevi
waras a smau jungie area at we
north en.d of the Albrook runway.
She screamed for her husband,
Mai. M. 0'Quin; Albrook's trans
portation otneer, and t h e re b y
startled : Viliarreal who began run
ning towatds the undergrowth. He
teu down several times neiore ne
reached the jungle with his bag,;
Twenty-seven Air Policemen, de
tective Robert A. Engelke and po
lif eman Jesse Marti of the Ca
nal Zone as well as -several A1 A1-brook
brook A1-brook residents then followed Vi
liarreal into the dense jungle,, and
formed t -human net arouno tne
area The gradual process of
working towards each other then
" $iheuri after the search fcrt-
ai early .thls morning, Villa Villa-rreat
rreat Villa-rreat waa captured at gunpoint
by T-Sgt. Hex A. West, an AU
- brook ir peliceman. HiS bag of
,"loot;was ecevered In the un un-,
, un-, gle area, -V:- '-' ';' -..'".v'i.-l'
Proviat Marshsl Maj.Don w.
Hern said today that Mrs. Leonel Leonel-li'a
li'a Leonel-li'a spotting; Viliarreal this1 morn morning
ing morning was the first eyewitness ac account
count account of the person reportedly ran ransacking
sacking ransacking Albrook quarters,
; He-also commented that with without
out without the assistance of quar""s
occupants, this' morning's f t
might nave oeen a taiiure.
t Air Farce Office of Security In-
vesication agents, under the di
rection of 'Maj. Andrew Jewel,
and thei Army's muitsry pouce
assisted in this morning's search.
At press time, a check reveal revealed
ed revealed that no charaes bad been lodg
ed as yet e gainst Viliarreal at the
Balboa .Folic Station.
Free Bus Rides
Will Be Available
For 250 LA Siudenls
Tree hus transportation for ap approximately
proximately approximately Latin American
students residing in Canal Zone
.hAi iitruu which do not have
nnrnnriata school facilities, will
be avaUable beginning Julj 1, it
has been announced by. the School
Diviaion. i;- -;
Aa was announced to represen represen-t.ti.x
t.ti.x represen-t.ti.x At the Latin American Ci-
.i riinril. in February, sufli-
cient funds are not avaUable to
provide unlimited free bus serv service
ice service for school children during the
present school year, and it will be
necessary to estsblish the service
on a priority bssis.
"knrAneW. free bus service
-,111 h. nrnvided fOT &ih SChOOl
..A.im itvins in La Boca and!
c.n. run and all students living
In Chivs Cbiva and CocoU who t-j
tend school in rarai. 1
ing in. .the Mindl area who ttendj
n.inhttea I 1TV ICnDUU wui
Smished with, free
z : r'
win i: TaweetL wmciapl, ofir"116? rendered by an
-:c c-kflni and Owen B.
City High School met Friday with
h itMmti entitled to free bus
riiUM to issuo lnentmcatioa,
r t MtmvAm
Bus pnvuefe ci u.
niurt be presentea uj ue. out uih uih-ers
ers uih-ers Monday morning.
Angler On Spot
DES MOINES, Iowa. June 28
(UP) The right man in the right
place probably aaved thr life of
Jesse Smith, 42, when his beat
went down in the Raccoon River
Frsnk Sayles, ef Des Moinos.
who happened to be passing by.
fished him eut from tinder a Coat Coating
ing Coating log. Stylet Is the treasurer
ef Cub lutk Waiton esguev
18 Canal Workers
Affected By New
A Supply Accounting Section
will.be established in the Of Of-;
; Of-; fice of the Comptroller July 1
to handle general accounting
functions formerly performed
by personnel in the. Commis Commissary,
sary, Commissary, Service Center and Store Store-bouse
bouse Store-bouse Division. -1
The consolidation and change
will affect 18 employes, seven
of wham are employed on the
U.S.rate rolls. The new sec section
tion section will be a unit of the gen general
eral general ledger and processing
branch of the Accounting Divi Division.
sion. Division. The office of the new sec section
tion section will be located in Build
i"g "28 in Balboa. ,-'57'
'57' ,-'57' "I ,Sf '
It Was also announced yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday that the machine tab tabulation
ulation tabulation section' of the Admin Administrative
istrative Administrative Branch -will be trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Office of the
Comptroller effective July 1.
.. No personnel changes will be
made as a result of this trans transfer.
fer. transfer. ;'
Dies On Tanker
After Shore Leave
. An American fireman-, aboard
the- US tanker SS i.P, St. Clair,
spent some shore leave in Pana
ma City and f''4'n't (,:n"i ',n
eral hours lav.M..s.W icW
in h.ve tekpn hrhiiaie 4ha V
. Police report that Coraas Hos
pitsl doctor pronounced Daniel W.
Fischer, dead on the medico's srj
rival at the Ship.iThe 38-year-old
fireman, a native of Mobile. Ala
bama had died less than an hour
oeiore :ne examination.
. Fischer had returned to his ship.
berthed at Dock 0 in Balboa, just
before noon yesterday after spend
ing some time in. Fanama City.
He worked on the noon to 4 p.m.
shift, and ship's officials stated he
waa believed to have had aome
thing to drink after work, and pes-
siDiy tooa some baroituate-pills.
The fireman collapsed on deck
at 4:30 p.m. and was taken to his
room pending the arrival of the
doctor. He bad been a member
of the crew since April, snd was
reputed to have been well liked a-
board the ship.
The ship is scheduled to return
southbound through the Canal to
day en route to Aruba, and will
return to Cristobal on July 2.
An autopay has been requested
on tne ureman.
; Sweet Message
ST. PETERSBURG, Fls. June
28 (UP) Mrs. Glsdys Stewsrt
Wahn, a cosmetic saleswoman,
didn't exactly call an arresting
officer a stinker but he got her
message anyhow. .j
Patrolman Richard Kimble told
a court Wednesday 'hat when he
stopped Mrs. Wshn for speeding
she ssid "I wouldn't call you a
stinker, but. ." snd then banded
him a bottle of her sweet-smelling
Permanent Zone tax Service
Ends; Periodic Aid Planned
The Internal "Revenue Service
has announced a change in its me-
For the psst six- years such ss-l
miernai nevenue service repre-i
Balboa. Effective Julv 1. aowev-
er,- the tax assistance will be rend
-.n -:. .w.
'CIWOIIUTU VDV WUI vie
Zona onhr periodically.
Generally speaking. Internal Re
venue Service representatives win however, will not be accepted by
be present ia the Zone and avail- any other Intersal Revenue office,
able to render tax advice and as. The Zone Office of the Internal
sisisnee during the filing period, Revenue Service will be closed
each year (from about Feb. 1 oa June 3a Wendell L. Undsey,
through April 15). and for two! the service's Zone representative,!
other one-week periods during the is being t-ansferred te the laterns laterns-yesr.
yesr. laterns-yesr. If more time is required to tionsl Operations Division in Wsah
render tht needed assistance, such ingtoo. - -periods
will be extended. The ex I Any Zone residents who ksve
act dates ef the three visits cover.
ing the next M months will be a a
nounced by the Internal Rtenue
Service within the next 0 days.
adwis ef the Zone who naod
asaiataiws) whoa earviee rw
BONN, Germany, June 28 (UP) West Germany to today
day today sharply replied to a Soviet warning that German a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic rearmament would destroy all hopes of reunifying
the nation. v - v
A government spokesman denounced as "sheer in invention'
vention' invention' Soviet charges that West Germany will be madi
a base for a nuclear war .1 . j
The charges were contained in an angry Soviet notl.
from Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko yesterday to Dr
Wilhelm Haas, West German ambassacfy in Moscow;. '-'Xt,
Replying to the Soviet allegations
the West German iederal press
chief declared that the sharpness
of the Soviet note "comes close to
going beyond the limits of what
it is usual to say in a factual ex
change 0: notes."
The Soviet note was tne latest
in a series of exchanges between
the two governments that was
touched off by a Moscow note of
April 27 warning that a tuture at atomic
omic atomic conflict would turn -all Ger
many uav a ceuieiei j, .- 'V w1
1 Th ani-H il warnine was,Te-l
arning was T"
iected by the Bonn
,1 a vaulx v1"'ca'iwa i
lhe. latest Soviet
fhK main Doints
Jt warned that atomic .rear,
mamant would destroy all hopea
of German reunification. Tl
It declared that, anyone, sup
porting atomic rearmament of the
Bonn Republic will go down in
hiatorv as "the aravedigger of
It reiected denials by Chan
cWlor Konrad Adenauer's govern
ment that it possesses or naa asx asx-ed
ed asx-ed for A weapons and said these
denials are merely an electrion electrion-eering
eering electrion-eering device. It asserted that
Rossis, as one of the four wsr wsr-time
time wsr-time victorious powers, is re re-ponsible
ponsible re-ponsible for preventing Germany
from becoming a danger to her
neighbora or to world peace; t
US Supreme Court
Blasted For Giving
Reds 'Aid, Comfort'
WASHINGTON, June 28 (UP)-
The Supreme Court was sttscxea
today as sn "sid and comfort" to
Communism and defended ss
co-equal branch of the government
doing its pan in aaieguaraing in
The mounting controversy over
recent court rulings brought with
it new warnings of threats to
The FBI wss reported resdy to
withdraw from prosecutions of es
pionage and certain other crimi criminal
nal criminal cases if necessary to protect
the secrecy of its files. The Jus Justice
tice Justice Department urged laws to
safeguard FBI files, and to es
tsblish new pouce procedures to
prevent oresxaown of prosecu
tions against hardened criminals
streaanMHve Is net present in
the Zen shoaM write te the ln
tornatianal Operations Division,
Internal Ravenna Service, Wash.
ingtwi 25, D.C This is also the
eddrass te which Zone maiden
should mail their tax returns.
Moreover, in paying their Fed-
- jeral taxes to the International O-l
peratkms Division, Zone residents
jese of personal checks drawn aa
v&uim vv 4 ICUI1I llj
'the two Zone banks. Such checks,
questions concerning this change.
ae wavvK laiaasi smart it a Pi is thaa
change, have been invited te write Pumping plan operator.
to the International Operstions Dvtry. signalman, t'rn
vision. Internal Revenue Service, ra tor, ad Sub'-t5-e Y"
Waahiiigloa, 5 C Jcieia,-
, t .'
H $AK PR VNCISCO Ju
lations with Bed Chins:
. D" "id in a speech preparo
"one International that h- i. ...
Iident the TTnif. ct-T" r"
Thin. j ana nm
S1 J2!HS,d.:? day woui
emmunlsm tn' Chine, a.
where, he said. Is e "passina and
a sorpatwsl phase."
ii-We Hw tt to selves, our si
l?t!2f thc Chine8e People "o J
aU that we can to contribute
thai : passing," Dulles added
.The Secretary made it clear tha
thia country intends neither to r"
SnIKf no!".trde W ed Chini
under existing conditions.
He reitersted the American is
dictment of th. r.i.
"th. rli tM"ny" aid
es not conform to the prscuc
oi civilized nationc hw. V.t i
up to its internstionai obDgsUons
haa not been peaceful in the past
and gives no evidence of beini
peaceful iu the future.
"Its foreign policies are hostUi
to us and our Asian allies.
."Under these circumstances
it would be folly tor ws te a,
tablish relations with the Chi
eso cemmunists which would an.
hanoi their ability te hurt ws and
our friends." .-
The Secretary, however, heU
out hope that China will throw ofl
the ahacklea of communism ane
"again be able to nlsv a ennitrn
tive part in the eouncila nt m.
44 Jobs Vacant
. ... -. i
In Panama Can:
' Forty-four positions, m cj
them for towiny; locomotive- rn rn-erators
erators rn-erators to work for the durat
of the locks overhaul, are r
open in the Canal organiraf :
according to the regular rr -soimel
Also listed are openinr f
two fire fighters, two I i
guards; two clerk-stenogrsr
tws policemea, two clerk-tyr
two aurses, and three cler
Other types of empkmn't
listed oa the weekly bulletin
dude automatic telephone r
munlcation equipment main!
er. boUermaker. cablesp:
chauffeur, trainee engineer, c
per or pipeline r suction c!r
eogneer, library assisunt,
operator, locomotive mach:
auto-repair machinist, ns
Inspection asslstaat. met-
gist, office macrune repair-
f AGE TWO
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, CARE CHEESE
"A Considerate Party" has alleged that certain CARE com com-rnodltles
rnodltles com-rnodltles -are not being distributed property. At present CARiS
it distributing to some 128,082 school children, 8,100 people In
hospital and Institutions, and rougniy ,uuu pwpie w i
TABnno tiwuTm with a stretch of the Imagination, one can
--ieadUy see the difficultiea involved In such a diversified program
F covtrlng all Panama.
1 ... . i u. Bavin" It he
We would oe deeply graieiui wj a ukhk t-wj --could
could --could provide us with tangible information instead of general general-lMei
lMei general-lMei which are of no use, whatsoever.
L If "Considerate Party" knows of any instance where CARE
5mmodities are not being distributed properly, we hope his
Srbnsclence will lead him to either call or mall such information
3o the CARE office, immediate action will certainly be taken.
R. R. Stamper,
, HONEST CORPORAL
t On Monday last, while en route .from Panama City to Fort
. ' V"-V-,..'. "WV (.,
Half a Column.
More Or Less
Now and Then
Acting Mission Chief.
fey CREDE CALHOUN
ABOUT LABOR UNIONS
BOTH GOOD AND BAD
Lately organized labor in the
United States hat suffered from
the racketeering of some of the
leaders, xney nave Kept their fan
cy girl friends on the payroll of
ine unions ai me expense oi the
dues-paying, working members
They nave stolen union funds: they
have charged the operation of
racing stables to the union and
put jockeys and trainers on the
payroll of the Union.
sucnN unions nave to be consid
ered bad. because the members
navt tolerated sucn leaders.) xney
are entitled to utile sympathy, if
that is che kind, of union they want
or accept. Then there art good u u-nions
nions u-nions with honest and capable lead
ership, which may suffer for the
misdeeds of the bad unions. No
one has done more to promote
"right to work laws" than the
Becks, Brewsters and Hoifas,- all
ol the teamsters organirauon.
As an example of a good union
let the International Ladies Gar
ment Warkeri. and as a sood lead'
er. their Diesident. David Dubin-
sky, be cited. David Dubinsky made
a speecn at the Balnea uuDnouse
eariy tms year mat was worm
hearing. There should nave oeen a
Clayton, my billfold fell out tf my pocket and was lost in the
fbut in which I was traveling. Aside from the valuable papers
fnd documents of Identification it contained, there was also in included
cluded included an amount in cash. ;
1 fortunately for me, however, riding on the same "bus was
Cpl. John LeOrand RA6829S01 -i- of the Fort Clayton garri garri-ison.
ison. garri-ison. who found the billfold after I had left the bus, and who
. . il A 1m L I j.iu.. 4k. Kill-
"Gld everywunt; posaigio w tveavs wc aim ucuici wie o mh-
Jlold complete witn contents. y
m Although I have already thanked CDl. LeOrand, t feel duty
fbound to make this public acknowledgment of my gratitude to
Shim for his honesty and kindness In returning the billfold, with
She hope that others in the same position may rouow nis exam
ple and do likewise. ;
Yours very truly,
" 1 1
on the High Seas
The proportion of the Swiss Navy
art tt anodest as the country h
repreeents. In spite of this, Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland aJ IU influence felt all over
tabs Swm Smv
You do not have to be an admiral,
nor yet a ship's captain, to know
that the world's finest marine chro chronometers
nometers chronometers come from Switzerland.
And from SwKxerland meant
from Ulysse Nardm exclusively.
Loot ato, chance of aoeulf iarr iarr-dirocted
dirocted iarr-dirocted the activities of Ulysse
In servt&t stlinirardei. Utyeae Nardia
have an unparalleled record. Ever
tmct cat days of the Tsars, Quota
Victoria and the first President
Roosevelt. Urysee Naxdm have beea
" the wortcTs most rewarded Arm
wttk M4S Oeoervatory awards to
Yon may never tt aa adoiirsl or a
hip's captain neither, you may be
sure, will Ulysse Nardin. But even
at a frfy4"". you can do no better
than msist that your watch bears
the name and fame of Ulysse Nardia.
" 'i J CkrMotjcter Ki VCf
sT -" 1
Now that Panama may get U-
nion financed, low-cost housuig, a
look at what Dubinsky has been
doing is in order. Recently he
made available S2.600.000 from the
union's reserves for purchase of
Government-insured mortgages in
San Juan Puerto Rico. There are
no fancy ladies, iockeys and train trainers
ers trainers on the payroll of his union and
he is no millionairev His compa
ratively modest salary has been
raised, but over his objections.
The 400 san Juan homes are
being built by the International
Basic Economy corporation, head
ed by Nelson Rockefeller: Here is
a labor leader, who came up
through the sweat shops of New
York, in' the role of financial an angel
gel angel for a member of one of the
wealthiest families in the United
"We are starting this housing
developement," said Dubinsky at
the ground breaking ceremony in
San Juan," because our union look
beyond higher wages and shorter
hours to a better way of life in
general. And better housing means
better living." ,' -nM1
It means more than that as car
los d la Guardia, director of the
housing branch, ,of Panama's 'Jn-
sututert or .Economic development,
pointed ; mi recemth;; fc4 melons
riort Jtawt, ana reuawe cituent.
'The 'xnwvwhDf his own
home it-atiaiie.tihe'-taid. "aija
employe he .it nore trustworthy
and eonscientous' M V-f
"We should be guided, by the
principle,' he added "that land
constitutes a" public domain and
should be used for the benefit of
the community. The legitimate de desire
sire desire of the owner to obtain a fair
return on his investment can .be
adjusted to the great need of large
sectors of the population for an
adequate house at a reasonable
The: pre fabricated houses to
be financed by The American Fed
oration of County. State and Mu
nicipal Employes ot the ALrtiu,
will sell from $3,500 up, according
to nresent clans. The general terms
will have to be determined later.
The Dubinsky houses in San Juan
will be higher. Two bedroom nous nouses
es nouses will start at $6,350 with a down
payment of $300 end a monthly
The Safari Labor Shortage
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Wlteriinchiil Iii Mew York
THE BROADWAY SAHARA
Ethel Merman's blast at first-
nighters recalls the most accurate
size-up of the premiere mob. Cri Critic
tic Critic Percy Hammond called them
the Ku Klux Klan of: the drama
... Talk about ingratitude. Esquire,
the mag. that got. wealthy display displaying
ing displaying jayneminsfields, now publishes
an anti-bosom article... The Dor-
seys sold over One' Hundred Mil Million
lion Million recordings t,v Boston is grow growing
ing growing up. A court there -ruled, that a
film tvout a nudist colony is not
obscene ... Inger Stevens,1 Bing't
leading lady in "'Man .Oa Fire,"
was a salesgirl -i in a Manhattan
shop a few years ago; The Grace
Kelly type ... Perhaps this will
take your mind off the" humidity
for a second. Elvis favorite iand iand-wich
wich iand-wich is peanut bitter ?ancr mlshed
banana ... Ihe tiappiest 'juiuion 'juiuion-aira'I
aira'I 'juiuion-aira'I f after rnnhing -30 i weeks.
hasn't repaid its 68 backef s...Page
8 of Movie Spotlight mag Includes
this teaser: "If the story; of what
raiisiut F.llahpth Tsvlnr'a Rninal
mjufy ver comes out u win sky.
smoldering in the 90's. were no
hotter than the tempers of C o n-
gressmen who attended the Na
vy's big international review at
Hampton Roads, Va., hailing the
350th anniversary of Jamestown.
It Was. a dav most of thm vnnM
nxe to zorget. ,
The navy lost no time ruffling
sensitivities.' As the Senate-House
members. about 125 in niimher
aepianea at JNonouc airport they
were neroeo into steamv nusea
for the ride to Hampton Roads.
Arriving aooara v. a. cruisers,
the legislators had to sit almost
two hours on hot decks bef or e
Bald-headed Speaker Rayburn,
ilka most trr from ; Capitol
HUI, had. to ait on a hard fold
ing chair. The high Navtl brass
on Rayburn'i ,thip, the Boston,
wore comfortably ensconced in
the plush interior of th captain's
cabin. So was Navy Secretary
Thomat Gates. Late in the aft
ernoon, the, Ntvy brokn dawn
ana invtrtd me uncompltlnina
Rayburn into the cabin for iceet
Rep. Vinson, the House Armed
Services Chairman aboard the
cruiser canoerra, rated even less
attention. He. was excluded from
the captain's cabin. wham tin.
lense Secretary. Wilson sat, but
was invited 1 into the chief petty
officers cabin along with Senators
Capehart (Ind. and Smith (N.J.(
and Rep. Porter Hardy (Va.).
When lunch was announced, Na Naval
val Naval dignitaries Were served in eah-
ins. Congressmen had to rustle
their snacks, from buffet thl.
hopmg their chairs wouldn't be
snatched while they stood in line.
"That was the last food we taw
until We SOt back to Waahinolnnl
uy piaoe seven or eight nours lat
er," an irate Conereaaman rennrt.
cd. "Navy protocol apparently
uuesu i anucipaie mat a Congress
man uses to eat.; I've never been
A 'lint L. 1 I
bastador to Costa Rica, was gen genuinely
uinely genuinely hospitable.
In Costa Rica, Porter was en entertained
tertained entertained by President : Figuerei,
a graduate of the Massachusetts
Institute- ot Technology, who com complained
plained complained that he was an "exile
from the United States."
"I used to come to the United
States bnce every six month i,"
said President Figueres. "but'now
your country apparently v favors
dictaros. not democracies. When
I wanted to visit Canada I was
told that 1 should not come through
the United. States because Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower was very busy and an unof.
ficial visit by me would embar-
rs mm. do i naa to iiy, over
the United States to Canada, then
over the United States back' a-
gain.". .. .-.
Almost- simultaneously, p real.
dent Eisenhower had time to re
ceive a visit from the late dictator
of Nicaragua, Anastasio Somoza.
,14th and 4th of
7: '-. Enjoy the Music
-v. '.-- Jit ''-
- of tht) V:V
FRIDAY nd SATURDAY
12 noon 6:00 tun.
Finest Liquor and Food
(serred a la carte)
Relax tod Enjoy YourMtf
. ", Comfort
carrying charge of $48, 'which cov-
n intarr tw ann .insurance.
; The local project will not only
provide low cost housing for the
members of the union financing
it, but. will also provide work for
many unempioyea, ana oner a
market' for local forest products.
It should also provide a yard-stick
for future projects and low-cost
bousing in general. Here is an ex excellent
cellent excellent example of the "good neigh
bor policy" now1 in disrepute with
because oi association with the
New and Fair deals. It, has been
supplanted by the "Good Partner
Policy of the present aaminisira aaminisira-tion
tion aaminisira-tion in tht United States.
Tom Ewell's favorite story a
mused the "Tunnel of Love" cast
..Jt'8 the one about the young ten tenor,
or, tenor, given a chance to sub for an
ailing star 4t La Scala ..i The a
plause was tremendous after his
first aria ... Again and again he
was forced to encore, eight times
hi all ... Exhausted, ht stepped
closer to the footlights and held
his arm high to get them to stop
clapping. "Thank you so much'
he said,-"I am too tired to sing
any more.,' to wmcn ;a -voice
from the gallery yelled: "You'll
sing till jou ge, jt right!' ; 5 ;
Kirk Douglas doesn't' forSet.-fn
all 'interviews he mentions that
Lauren Bacall was the one who
got him. his first Big .Break poes
it again in Pete; Martin's, interest' interest'-ing
ing interest'-ing cross examination in the
Satevepost... Strange, but the hard
est tickets to sell to the legitimate
plays are the cheapest... Ingrid's
adventure with Roberto started
this way: After the star enjoyed
"Open City" and ".'Paisan," which
he directed, she impulsively wrote
him a fan letter. "I love your pic pictures.
tures. pictures. If you ever have a small
part for a tall blonde with a Swed Swedish
ish Swedish accent, etc" ... The longest run
ning teevee quis 'shows distribute
and Groucho's ... Not long ago
this quote came from Jackie Glea-
son: "1 don t believe that stuu a a-go
go a-go this quote came from Jackie
Gleason: "I don't believe that ttuff
about television devouring mate
rial or knocking out comedians.
tition.ia fierce. Virginia Gibson. t0 tnilk we adjourned Con-
nuu uu luuuurime roie in "Hin. sini twi uue iuu aav ior tnar.
ti. ,, ...
rocket every eyebrow In the coun- inn tlS million ISO hot and hunprv in 11 mv.ill.
mj ... alius uiafl m JoftC
says it was taused by a skiing ac-
ciaent. py HurXincr'' won th
cornpetufg with 200 hopefuls.. ,r. UNLOVED DICTATORS
xaiuu lanKMS ". inn." t -. ..;..
'Tea and Svmnathv" n -Tnnnl How much Latin Amorixinm mu.
hits..i"Pantomime Quiz" has been Fke dictatorships has c .' been re-
a summer replacement for tenfy.eaJea by the ovation given
straight yearf. JCongressman Charles Pprter a
unuuuu juemocrai irora uregoil,
vno stanea toe current camnaion
aeainst dictator Truiillo at thA n.
ixot many thinn ammi mmican iteDUDUc.
than Rosie Cldoney cooing "You Porter has been deluged with ln-
rrere meant tor Me" ... Frank Si-J118110"8 10 visit .Latin America
natra is at his familiar east innd was almost mobbed recently
"Pride and Passion it u nnT m I by a -crowd of cheering Cmt.Tti..
kind of diversion. Oof'ly noisy ; can t the San Jose airport. f
The dienified 74 vur M ir...lj It hannen that fitraU MnmKv.
umuif oynu inornaiKe, tohj n in- ino niencan puot muraered by
tfrtfliuior- "Mi.. Vf 1 Ith tritiMn uirim.
" iw iumuuB faa a 1 .s11, n um
delightful way ofx8tickingrout her Porter't district in Orrpon. t
cerriere r ... Boslev Crnwihr thm Murphy had heloed to rarrv i,,p
movie critic complains that thr body of Prof, gesus Qalmdct:
are too many busty charmera in Columbia University back to the
pictures sai Mineo and Don omimcan itepumic, he. myste-
murray, now cucsing on the high "'sappeareo. J.
iiuijss, naa minor roies in the ,i ,i'.vr-1 f
Broadway version of "The Rose Portertibatjle fo nd,"ut what
Tattoo" ... ''Panorama of Ameri- hPPenS t Jforphr.,ba now
can Popular Music" reports that "suited inr a stlfr State Depart-
Rirrllanri Vina n.mJ t. K- i ment HOtd 'W the Dominican ffOV.
dIhv Riiwnu Tf ernment-demandina thatit -nrft-i
ior tne late Charlie 'iBlrd Parker ,4 u""er uomuuesnum-
... rresiey proves he can sine with ;1? Vow ,Br wm tuspecf
"Loving You." ed 01 Bl0tin 016 Galindea t, mur
Chief result all over Latin A
mtrlct: Porter hat boon helled
' "Island In th s,m' y.ki.i at a litre. El Titmpo, lono tan-
didnt excite us) is a hit. arr-nrrilne P" iwspapr. In Bogota,
,.ir.'.:.,. v. 1 ... rm . 0 1 ha innHM kink a wlalS r.U.
f variety. 11 is noi SnUCk 8 IlTst
After all the local project and
that in Puerto Rico are not' mat
ters of government policy. .They
are a people to people exchange
of the kind that has long been, ex exemplified
emplified exemplified by the good heighbor
practice and lending or borrwing
a cud uf-suf ar. This, of course is
on a larger Scale, but essentially
it is the union workers oi tne u-
nited States helpmg the union
workers of Panama.
A strikmg thing is tne change
it represents, in the San Juan
project, that hat come about in
the United States in. the 4 year
since David. Dubinsky arrived in
New York at an immigrant from
Polsnd. Now he is doing business
with the Rockefellers and then the
latter were fighting labor unions.
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., father of
Nelson Rockefeller, one of the most
popular North Americans South of
me niv uriuue, uv iuiu wu-
eressional committee that he felt
resistance to unionism involved a
principle at important as hat in
the American Revolution.
"Chico" rJe Oro
' i ConpoB f- V
I -v and
-"VfiTt yo ,
r .. yet ;
J' tie oro:
y TAMP SAVINGS BOOK
' You rttodn't buy
r Ave. Central $Vt
If'a been a great year for sever
al talented people no longer able
to enjoy their new success. Victor
Young, lor example. Composer ot
"Around the world." his biggest
hit; -Jimmy. Dorsey't reprise f
"So Rare." kit first recordine
click in 13 years; Eugene O'Neill's
"Long Day's Journey '- and "Anna
Christie," which is "New Girl In
Town" ... Then there's Mr. Shtw.
whose "My .Fair Lady" naeds no
ntroduction ...Nancy whiskey, the
ording of "Freight' Trsln'-it one
of the big hits en route to the
million mark. Whiskey is her real
name, a- Glasgow gal ... zotn cen
tury-Fox is on a spree of stories a-
bout nuns.' roudwmg "Heaven
Knows, Mr. Allison" their next
will Include f'Glorietta Pass" and
"The Sea Wife" .'..-Warner's it eon-
founded by the so-so bis of "The
Spirit of St. Louis" (the Lindbergh
flight) in rant-wnera lie landed
controversial film. He handled hot
inemes neiore. Notably in "Gentle "Gentleman's
man's "Gentleman's Agreement," "Pinky? and
7WMSOIT' ... NBC S ."Tonis-hf van.
ture cost the network over a mil
lion aouars Sophia Lorea con confided
fided confided to reporters that she once
posea ior nuae pnotos under her
has invited him tt visit Celom.
bit. Tht Hondurtn. Ecuadorian
and Uruguayan governments
have Invited him to -visit their,
Koumriv. in nawspapors in
Panama have invited him to be
their ftuttt in the Ctnal repvla.
,The State Department, private
real name; Scicofone...Ben Hecht'sL1? w,2Pf not to make
ooot:, v-narue (about Charles vipwraaw ieim wr
MacArthur); has a poignant in-' P" afety. However, whan he in introduction
troduction introduction by, Helen Hayes (Mrs. pored State Department advice
MacArthur) Miss Bankhead's
magazine -comments on c art
comicai. sample: "Americans have
sex od the brain too much. That's
no piace ior it."
IBobo Lewis is the comedienne
in "Kaleidoscope, the latest off
tBroadwiy revue at the Province-
town Playhouse. She started her
career as a night club press aient
' in Miami Beach several years' a a-go.
go. a-go. One night when the star was
indisposed Bobo went on as a gag.'
iSht'a been booked pretty solid
since w setuty note: Katharine
1 Menburn washes her bekw.ahould
er -length hair every night tnd sets
l it with newspaper New ruling of
internal Kevenue tt dnvmg tome
TV performers daffy Disallowed
lexpentet of closely held corpora-,
;uont are tacked on to personal in
come. They not only have to pay
t corporation tax but also a per personal
sonal personal tax on the tame amount
The total can be 100 percent I
Kate Smith decided not to be "Per-son-to-Person'd"
w A Chicago cri critic
tic critic enjoyed 'Man la The Dog Suit,'
which may come to B'way. Said
it "provided n evening that rare rarely
ly rarely sags and often tparklea."
They lay Ambassador "Jock" U
Whitney is the brain-trust behind
John Rootelvelt's entry into City
Hafl polities The Mike Wallaces
are redecorating a Revolutionary
War mansion at Sweden'! Land Landing,
ing, Landing, N. Y: They art its new own owners...
ers... owners... England's No. 1 jars pianist,
Ralph Sharon,-will be Tony Ben Bennett'!
nett'! Bennett'! conductor Tony Perkins,
prtctically obscure about a year
It Wts-Inevitable. A new anna-
titled: "Voyage on the Mayflow Mayflow-er
er Mayflow-er ... Rpck Hudson made his
mark the Hard Way. Hie first tnh
in.H'wood was a mailman. Then
truck driver... Perry Como, .who
relaxes when he works works
hard when he vacations at golf
... summer aioca la nor a Mnnv.
ante business for stars. They get
as much as $2,000 a week, plus a
percentage of the cross. There are
about 130 theaters on The Barn Barnyard
yard Barnyard Circuit... Ella Kazan's self self-description:
description: self-description: "I look likt t taxi
driver"' Box Russell owns 2i
jercent tit "Auntie Mtmt", in
which she starts. Deborah Kerr's
quota: Jean Harlow was a sexy
movie star. She had a site U bo
som. Today it has to be 40" You
can be a star on Broadway and be
almost unknown. Devra Korwin
now has toe star role in "Damn
Yankees." A talented beaut with
a rosy future. : -
and went to Costa Rica, a crowd
of 2,000 people welcomed him at
the airport. :
Tht' State Department, In a
quick revert of policy, tent Wil William
liam William Hieland, Director of Mid-American
Affairs, to meet Porter.
while Robert Woodward, able Am-tometime toon."
Cohtressman ; Howard mlth nt
Virginia, kept the civil rights de debate
bate debate in the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives on a high plane. He discour
aged race-baiting and vitunera.
tion. Other Congressman followed
his lead. if.-; v 4 'jSX? -A
However, one unfortunate do-.
tument was put In th Cengnst Cengnst-tiontl
tiontl Cengnst-tiontl Record by Congressmen
Thomat Abemethy ofMlseissip.
pi, -who diecoverod en alleged
Communist-Jewlth plot to "in
flame th Negro minority a a-f
f a-f aintt the whitt." "V
The document was supposed
to have been written by Israel Co
hen, whom Abernethy described
as a leading Communist in Eng England
land England in 1912. The document read:
"We must realize that our nar.
tv's most Dowerful weaDon is ra
cial tension. By propounding into
the consciousness of the dark rac races
es races that for centuries they have
been oppressed by the whites, we
can mould them to the program
of the Communist Party, In A A-merica
merica A-merica we will aim for subtle vic victory.'
tory.' victory.' While inflaming the- Negro
minority against the whitesy we
will endeavor to instill in th
wnites a guilt complex: lor their
exploitation of the Negroes.- We
:u : j i t . ... i .
wiii am uie ixearoea w nse in
prqminence in every walk of life. -in
the professions and in the world
of sports and entertainment. With
this prestige, the Negro will be
able to intermarry with the whites
and begin a process which will
deliver America to. our cause.":
GOP IS MORE CHEERFUL
Republican spiritl in Congress
have revived. Relations are much
more 'i cheerful between the Hill
and the White House. Teamwork
over I1 civil rights bill is co isi-
i i responsible. i ?
, Ii e :ua campaign is already
under way," confided House Re Republican
publican Republican -chief Joe Martin at a re recent
cent recent Whit House' parley at which
was' discussed the great Job i he
tion. -; .. )
Senate GOP leader Bill : Know-
land, who dragged his -feet etrlv
in this' session, now seems deter
mined to make a better4ate-tban
never battle. -.
"I still think thrt chtnc
to toat a southern filibuster. But
-win ariose, wo'U fight, it uf,"
ho told th PretMtnt-
Both Ike and hit Postmaster
General Arthur Summerfield,
miHi i(mti, nlaa fnr finmntp.
field's bill to Increase postal rates.
a measure utterly tougnt py Dig
magazine publishers. Ik told the
s,stn i j
"We are badly in need of this
postal service. I sincerely hop
Congress will not put off .. action
until next year." v f .;
Reported House leader Martin:
T thinV f fin nrarfirt that 111
House will act this session. We'll
get a rule for the postal bill after
thm fnrnr, ai Mvil riehtt h a a
ouieted down."- -. i -; r
Reported the more dubtout
Knowland:. "We have : a good
chance for action in the Senate.
too. If we get it from tbe .Hoos
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Th Ampriran- Public Power, ned demonstrations had to be
Assn. had some private difficult
ties with power Tuesday v jr
' First, the light went out ,on
the speakers platform at its con-
ned demonstrations had to be n F-iL- fwrneU
called off because the power Iff f OYCf if will UuSal
suddIv was found to be inade-liVVW,vl
DC plug and blew a fuse.
Work Hours Saved
--M yj ;"fr::.h office, shop or factory dan dan-&
& dan-& I'll' Oroui mouth-to-mouth infac-
"' v JvJlI I O tl0n mus b Ouarded 0in$
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ng TTiciency.- Trewv cian
?:. Dixie paper cup for every drink
A ; helps prevent spread of colds,:
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- Reduces absences due to illness.
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CU. INTERNACIONAL DE VESTAS, 1 A.' Y
r t i t. .f
The wife and daughter of Sen.
Hubert Humphrey (U-Minn) were
reported today, to be In good conr
dition after they were injured in a
two-car c611ision. ':'
Mrs. Muriel Humphrey and her
daughter, Nancy, 18, were motor motoring
ing motoring to the family' summer home
near Waverly;x Minn.; yesterday,
when the Humphrey station wagon
collided with a car at" an -unmarked
rural intersection.'-, J J-'
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Miss Humphrey, who .was at the
wheel, was knocked unconscious
by the crash. Doctors -said she
might be kept under .observation
for a few days. Mrs. Humphrey
will be released today..:
Bernard J. Horstman, 53t' How Howard
ard Howard Lake, Minn., the driver of the
second car, also was injured, but
not seriously, f
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t Clothing, Problem,
TOKYO June 28 1 (UP) A
Japanese siuaent maintained w
dav that the ''provocative" cloth
ing worn' by women during the
summer, is more of a world prob
lem than atomic tests.
"Atomic bombs may be able to
destroy our body but cannot de destroy
stroy destroy our soul," he said in a let letter
ter letter .to the newspaper Malnlcht
Commuters' Train Carrying 168
iiimns Trades On Elevated Line
ar '' ..
NEW YORK, June 28 (UP) A
three-car New York Central train
carrying 168 : commuters jumped
the tracks on an elevated line in
the heart of Harlem yesterday.
The passengers .sat quietly y on
their perch above Park Avenue
for 85 minutes before they were
removed by another train.
and caused a' small fire. It was
The derailment ripped up track
the third mishap in three days to
bedevil New 'York's major com commuter
muter commuter arterv linking the city with
Westchester County and Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut points. 5 It created rush hour
jams deiayintrup to ai.uuu com commuters
muters commuters and delayed through pas passenger
senger passenger service to New England
and the East. l t ;
' 5No' one was Injured, but 15 New
York Central trains and a number
of New- Haven t railroad- trains,
which use' the same track, were
halted when all power, on four
tracks was turned off. Railroad
cranes werey, sent to .removei the
derailed train, which was bound
from Grand Central' Terminal to
White Plains, N.Y.' "
' The accident occurred only 'a
few blocks after the train bad left
the tunnel under the stylish sec section
tion section of Park Avenue and climbed
on the elevated tracks that pass
by 'the Harlem tenement windows
familiar to both commuters and
cident on' the failure of a motor
support under ,the first car of the
train. The motor dropped to the
tragic rauirht in a switch .point
and ripped up-aooui aw xeev ui
track. Anotner. 4uu ieei i u;
w bnnrlrM nut of line. .' v ;
Officials said normal service
would not be restored until to
morrow morning. By 3 p.m.
RranH Central Terminal was jam
md -with commuters, who were
told over a public -address system
they would be at least mmuies
ut In ffpttina home.
The train, left .Grand Central
at 1:15 p.m. edt. It jumped the
tracks about iv minuies iaier,
Pnwr was turned off for an hour.
ii ftnrpd i at ,2:55 o.m. on
only two tracks, -causing delays
of every train in and out of New
York City.,. J
Last night," 84 ,-traina carrying
thousands of commuters were ae ae-iavi
iavi ae-iavi hv a mishap. Monday night.
more than 60 trains were held up
by another tie-up. .;
' LONDON, June" 28 (UP) A
sign on the lawn in in iegi
courtyard of Lincoln Inn Fields
"This ground Is temporarily
tourists. v i Vr
Railroad officials blamed tha ae- naneo wier reiuoitCwB-7
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t- 17th Street Noi78 TeL 24567
V ) .1
' n ;n..
yV.; -.'j'X f nd every day MS dres
tke Mi of tti tiuinl
? ?, ; h O Dressy cottons. : 1 V. $5.95
O Cocktail dresses. 1 ; .;12.95,
O Maternity dresses. 7.95
O Bailerina" skirts. . I. 3.95
O Blouses. 1.59
O Pedal '; .
O Latest style in handbags $1 .19
O Hats different colors. 3.50.
O Half petticoats:....;. 1.29
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To Panties: 0.35 l
O Belts. ... 0.69
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' Open from 8 .m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m.. to 6:30. p.m. !.
' Saturdays from 8 .m. to 6:30 p.m.
Of Former Wile, Son
f, TERRE HAUTE. June 28 (UP)
Mrs. Dorothy Whitaker, whose
husbands shot and Kiuea nis ex-
wife and son, said today she would
stand by her wife swapping "hus "husband
band "husband because he was "fighting- for
what he thought was right."
Thomas. 'Whitaker, 39, a truck
driver, went on a berserk shooting
for two days over the ; "grief" he
suffered In the wife trade. i
. He fought a gun duel with his:
wife's husband, Stewart Martin,
40, in the early morning darkness,
crippling him with, a shotgun blast
in the leg., -
Then be battered his way into
Martin's luxurious suburban home
to wipe out the1 woman and child
he once loved. He killed his for former
mer former wife,' Mrs. Alma Martin, 36,
and her son, Jack Whitaker, 11,
with the double-barreled shotgun.
He then r shot ; and v seriously
wounded his daughter, Regina, 9,
as she pleaded for her life.
Whitaker, held in Vigo County
Jail under $50,000 bond on a 'first
degree murder warrant, showed
no remorse over his killing spree.
. In a signed statement to Chief
Deputy Prosecutors John Kessler,
Whitaker was quoted as saying
the wife swapping caused him
"lots of grief because, he couldn't
see his children often enough.
Mrs. Whitaker told United Press
she "definitely"- would stand by
her husband. She described him
as a mild-mannered man who was
driven to murder in bis fight for
what he thought was right. Y
Whitaker? surrendered Tuesday
about 12 hours after the shooting.
He said he had spent the time
hiding along the Wabash River
bottomlands and meditating about
the double slaying;.
GENERAL CLEARANCE SALE
.V AT '.
' NOVELTIES .'. :
. and many othr!
122 CENTRAL AVENUE ;
(across'from FELIX MADUR0) ; ;
Freed By Error
To Save Clerk ;
CHICAGO, June 28 (UP) W Jo-
sepn Moreuu 19, who wss freed
by clerical error, returned to
jail yesterday because he was
worried -about the clerk's fate, J
Clerk Gustave W. Kellberg had
been suspended when i tha error
was discovered. Kellberg was re reinstated
instated reinstated when Moretti strolled
back to jail.
Moretti's one-year sentence' for
assault was r up yesterdav, but
Kellberg failed to notice that he
still had six months to serve on a
concealed .weapons' charge.'
. Althoush Moret'i was back In
Jail, Kellberc no longer Is at the
clerk's desk ht was transferred
w guard dutyf- ; '.?;
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THE MANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT? DAILY NEWSPAPER T
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1317
iAtrc:!i .'CO CLi
D:!:.'3 0! D:.:fi
j U movies ry judo r ;
Jf b Erskint Johnson J" ,;
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu
sively yours: Spring is bustln' out
all over but Marilyn Maxweu isa i.
Knt nr more, that is. Not since
she conauered the battle of the
hiilse. alter motherhood, on a
atK-ralnrie-a-tfav "starvation diet,
One of Bollywood's heavenly bo
dies. Marilyn, now a -jusi-rnsm
fiir.mn" 125 oounds. lost tht ex-
ciss poundage seven months af after
ter after becoming a mama.
S i, .-.tiVr- ; J-'
","I won't 'tell you how many
pounds I lost," she laughed. "But
there's nothing unusual about diet dieting
ing dieting in .Hollywood. Everyone in including
cluding including Lassie diets. We have to
keep our lines to be able to read
JiWarilvn's medic wouldn't let her
djet immediately after motherhood
because she was anemic. But
when he did flash the green light
toe star returned to her just-right
weight in a little, over 30 days, for
aJquicK return to ner career.
- Jllere is her doctor-controlled, al-wvs-th?
same daily diet menu i
i tn?ij niini-K' nf skimmed milk.
3$a ounces orange juice, 3 ounces
tomato iuice, two hard-boiled egg
wites, 3 ounces of
vniiicf n-f chicken, a
Moiled steak and all the black
coffee, or tea, she wants.
'But don't try it,' Marilyn wants
you gala to understand, "unless
you consult your doctor.'.'
'iF FREDDIE MARTIN laughed
about it, so can you. Playing a
the redecorated Cocoanut Grove,
where ht started 21 years ago,
Freddie howled when Art Linn Linn-letter
letter Linn-letter whispered to him:
"They should have
lifted your I
BALBOA 4:30, :20, 8:05
hOUN FOR A COWARD
1"CHA. CHA. CHA-BOOM"
Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 1:0I
"Don't. Knock The kock-
Late show 10:30 p.m.
HOTTSK OF BAMpUU
NBC is still holding Bine Croi-I
dv g minimum, wage checic tori
singing on the Academy Award's
TV show in March because he
didn't fill out his W-S form. But
when the networks's Marilyn Gra-
nas or the casting department call
ed Bins' office and expressed con concern
cern concern aoout it, someone there told
DonT worry "about it. kid. Bihg
worked last .week and. I think he
can get by for a while."
, Stage directions for Anna Maf-
nanrs urst scene in "Obsession":
"Bella is a total wreck. Her hair is I
a mess and her clothes are hope-
sliced white lessly rumpled.'' In other words,
3Vi ounce Anna just has' to walk on the set
that day and be herself.
HOLLYWOOD PRESS agents are
overworking the Hedy Lamarr
comeback bit. Hedy. cuddling a
bouquet of roses as she stepped off
a tram from Houston to "return"
to the screen, made a big "re
turn" only a few months ago lor
Warner Bios. "The Story Of Man
kind." Plus another return more
recently for it TV show here. Oh
well, there's nothing like a Holly
wood entrance. ? v
PUTTING IN HIS UICKS Sheer ecstasy Is the expression
on the face of this 135-pound lion as he licks at an Ice cream
;ont held.by Irene Yamato. She was, a visitor to New York's
new Advertising Center. the: city? first, permanent exhibit
hall for the advertising and publishing fields, :! ;
V Van Johnson Ann Blyth in hard-hitting drama
: about scandal magazine victims ;
Rlne tomorrow at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre!
GAMBOA t-M ,.
SPIN A DAHKWEB-
MARGARITA :15 8:05
Late show 10:30 p.m.
PARAISO :H 1:45
"Slaves of Babylon" and
"Crime Doctors Manhunt"
LA BOCA 7:00
SANTA CRUZ' :15 M "3 J
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This 4s Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
You can now order a "Yma Sumac
Belt" at Jerry Smith's Backfence
bar across the street from OBS-TV.
Jerry also has a blackboard for
the ever changing "Topic of Con
versation for Today." But for the
last 10 weeks the topic has ; re
mained the amfrr-"Women." M
cub stack's iurn lor d
ter roies at ox ne t unaer sus
pension lor turning down a role role-has
has role-has nothing-to do with his Oscar
nomination he says. He told me:
"I've struggled lor more tnan
IS years to get out of doing insipid
roles. I think that's long enough
for an actor to do dramatic pen penance.,
ance., penance., I found out the hard way
that doing bad parts can't, help
Reaching for publicity note:
"K movw iostume, designer pun-,
ning to name Hollywood's 10 best
looking actresses without clothes.
pgnMMMMMMMHaBmn: ..ui. m mi i
' The owerSf candal miigaitne for ruWnr teputa?
tlnna disrupting family relationships and destroying per per-linal'
linal' per-linal' hSplnesf,; hold, the .flight in M-G-MV "SLANi
DER stanrinr Van Johnson, Ann Blyth and Steve Cochran.
it i'iw at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, in weekend
bigttrmetlon. j;;;'";i'jy-if ti'-. ; -- !K!';
' 1 j.nf 1-4.-. M-
iw As In such prevwiw iums s rB un- nu
n.tinn. and thft.neoDle thet victimize pulls no punches.'
jNKim,uinilmi n't unsparinc screen play, solidly directed
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CRIME OF PASSION,
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4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your favorite (re
- ,. quests taken by pnont
6:30 News v
8:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 'Musical Interlude -6:15
Sports ; i
"- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Danclntr Party
7:tfo Thirty-Minute The atei
- (BBC) 'n
7:30 VO A Report from U.S.,
o:uo music By Rotn
8; 30 Hancock's. Half Hour
:00 You Asked For It (re-
-. quests taken by phone
lui 'j:3ui -8:30
You Asked For It (re
10: 30 Calling All Forces t
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
Tomorrow, Saturday, Iun 29
AJW. 1 .
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests sateen
; by phone till 7:00).
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Hour of St." Francis
8:30 Musical Reveille .;
9:15 The Christophers
9:30 As I See It
10:05 Spins And Needles (re
quests taken by pnont
.' tUl 8:30)
11:30 BBC Jazz Club
11 :05-Spins And Needles
ll:30-,Journey into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music'
12:30 New Tune Time
15 Serenade In Blue t
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Les Brown Show
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:3,0-Parls star Time j
3:00 concert on The Man
30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Interlude (15 Mln.)
4:1&-Church of Christ
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken by phonal
5:35 What's Your. Favorite
6:00 Guest star v:
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies :
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Saturday Night Dancini
8:30 Educating Archie
:00 Your Hit Parade T
9:30 Ray's A Laugh i-l
10:00 Music From Hotel El Panama
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by pnons tnrough tnrough-1
1 tnrough-1 out program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
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Prenarations are under wiv
the entertainment committee of
the Albrook NCO Club for a bat
tie of bands to be held July 26. Al Already
ready Already ight bands are listed te
compete. There is no limit to the
number of participants.;.
"First prize will be $50 and three
bookings for the following month;
secona wiu oe szu ana one. dook.
ine: third $15 and one booking
fourth, $10 and one booking.
Members and,, their : guests -will
be able to dance during the con
test and. applaud their favorites;
The band battle will get under way
at 8 p.m. Groups wishing to par ticipate
may do so by calling Al
brook 4120 giving the name and
size of the band. -
Each band will play six of theV
favorite selections. Members then
will select their entertainement for
the folljwing month by choosing
winner and junners-up. : .
RETIRES In a ceremony held In the office of the Ordnance
of ficer at Corozal, MSgt. John R. Ball (left) receives a letter
oi appreciauon signed oy Maj. -Gen. Thomas L, Harrow, com.
manding general, USARCARIB from Col. Elmer W. oruhh
Ordnance officer. Bell, section chief, "wheeled vehicle section,
17th Ordnance Co., will leave .the Canal Zone this week for
the United. States i where he L will retire after 26 years of
. active service. (U.S. Army Photo)
ifwnrr fr I
USARCARIB Group Leaving-
For Training i Duty In : P.R.
By OSWALD JACOBY.
Written for NEA Service
Anoroximatelv 20 offirerx and mi
listed men from U.S. Armv Carib
bean will leave tomorrow aboard
the USNS Gibbons for temporary
Visit Sunday At;
St, Cfiristopher's ;
Appropriate Services, will mark
tne ooservance ot tne second sun sun-day
day sun-day after Trinity at St. Christoph Christopher's
er's Christopher's Episcopal Church, Rio Abajo,
on- Sunoay. -., j..
At the 7:30 a.m. sung Eucharist,
the "Suburban Ladies" will attend
as part of their anniversary ob
The Rav. Clarence W. Haves.
priest-in charge1, will officiate and
preach at all services throughout
Today Encanto J2S
At 9:00 p.m.
"LOS MONARCAS del AIRE"
On The Screen: J
Today' 'i IDEAL J20 JO
"KING OF THE CARNTVAL"
JOHNNY RINGO VS.
' DOC HOIXIDAY"
duty at Fort Buchanan. Puerta
co. They will assist in the training
of about 8,000 Puerto Rican euards-
men in tne National Guard sum summer
mer summer camp to be conducted at
tamp Saunas. P.R. ? -A
ine cimp will be conducted in
two phases. The first will be from
July 7 to July 21: the second.. July
21 to August 4. Most of the per
sonnel leaving tomorrow wiu re
main for Doth encampments: how
ever, some, will return to the Canal
Zona atsthe end; ot the first,
Officers leavlns tomorrow are
Capt,; Ch tries W. Clover, enirineer
service, on uayton,' wno will
serve as officer iff'charee5"Cant.
Frederick M. Van -Nosdaler&65th
AAA Group, Fort Clayton; end
CWO Harry J. Nairn, Service Coi
20th Infantry Reet.. Fort Kobbe.
They are assigned as inspectors.
Other officers are 1st Lt. Fred
L. 1 Smith, Signal j Service. Fort
nayion: vapt., unristonher Wheel
er, U.S. Army Instruction Group
(ROTC), Balboi Heights;? 1st. Lt,
George N,..Cornelkis. Tank Co..
zutn ini. Kegt.f t ort Kobbe; Capt
Samuel E.. Anderson, Brty. C,
suora aaa an., t on uavjs; and
1st Lt. Herbert tC. (Bea'chman, Hq.
and Hq. Btry.; 03rd AAA Bn.
r on Clayton. ;
Van Nosdale, 'Anderson -and
Beacham will return to the .Canal
Zone at the end of the first en
Enlisted- men' who will 'nartici
pate in both encampments are Sgt.
wumer WcGee, 506th AAA Dept.,
ort Clayton; Sp2 Robert K. Baugn,
sgt. Carlos V. Arneta. and Sgt
Sigfredo Rivera Suarez, all of
Tank Co., 20th Inf. Regt., Fort
Kobbe; Af-Sgt. Anthony C. Marr,
Btry. C, 764th AAA Bn., Fort CTay CTay-ton;
ton; CTay-ton; SfC Roland A. Pruitt. Signal
Service, rort Clayton; and Sic.
James ouver, rord AAA JBn,
Fort Davis. ',;.
Six other. U.S. Army Caribbean
personnel are scheduled-to leave
oy, air July 17 for the. second en en-camnmnt.
camnmnt. en-camnmnt. J i
They are Mai. Leonard LI-Miller.
Jr., ordnance service. Ft. Clav-
ton,. wno wilt serve as an inspec
tor; Cast. Raymond Patricio. U.S.
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gul-
ick: 1st Lt. Malcolm A. Norton.
transportation service, Fort Clay-
ion; sic. Kusseu m, mmmes ond
5p3 Robert R. Cox, both of Hq: and
mi.- auy., inna aaa un.,- .01X1
Davis; and Sp2 Charles W. Gooch,
opm AA.I woup, rort Clayton.
acks On IIAACP
Asks Help 01 Ike
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If you don't think that' hid.
ding has-Improved over the last;
20 years take a look at todav'e
hand.; It was first, played in an ;
Important team -match a trifle
over 20 years ago and both pairs
failed to bid the slam. One pair
Those enlisted men returning to
the Canal Zone at the end of the
first phase of the National Guard
summer camp are- Pfc. John R.
Munford, Btry. A. 903rd AAA En.
Fort Clayton: Pfc. Harry L. At At-wood
wood At-wood Btry. C. 903rd AAA Bn.. Ft
Davis; Pfc. Herbert L. Spaul, Sig Signal
nal Signal Service, Fott Clayton; Sp3
John W. Stanisheowski, U.S. Army
Caribbean School. Ft. Gulick; and
Sp2 Paul Echevarria, Signal Serv-
nce, x on viayion.
f DETROIT, June 28 (UP) -An W-iId only and the
oficial of the Americans for Bern- "wlcr Janaea ne incK ae
ocratic Action has fired a blast at r lv.e pades:l. . ; ; .
opponents of the National Associa- nrew me nana in a local
tion for the Advancement of Col- oupucate game and almost every
ored People and ask-i for heln Pa:r managed t ret to .t
from President Eisenhower. spa. es. While I i ? iling varied,
f'Attacks on the NAACP are "om table to Uie, Uie most
nothing less than a braodside upon common method was for South
the Constitution,"; Joseph L. Rauh to respond two spades to his
Jr., national vice-chairman of the (partner's, opening heart bid. :
aua, torn tne snnuai iNAAcr, con- -this two space response U
vention. Wednesday. ''U7&t eminently correct North's nor-
?R.uh outlined four-point plan !?!:
which included use of the'Presi- Attyi Knrfh
dent'l Influence to require an end fo ffif iSSi'
to attacks on the organization, es- umnpj g?uHj
peciaUy in the Southland test W ?!L f- Jlr.i N?rUl
suits to examine, the legaUty .of 22L ft? 'Fi'Vi
efforts to outlaw the NAACP on Remember the best way to bid
grounds It violates the federal civ- Iam ? to ahead and bid it.
il rights law i A coupie or eouin piayers were
'Unless the righU of this great satlsffed with the spade
organization and iU members are slain. They bid six n-trump over 4
protected,' no organization any- their partner's six-spade bid. One
where will be safe," he said., got a real top.; East opened
Rauh blasted ."southern poiiti- cuamona.so mat. seven wneeiea
cians who have led tno assaults in. At tne outer taoie me ace ei
on the NAACP" and said "Sena- clubs was opened and the hand
tor Richard B.. Russell (D-Ga.),heki to six u Hf
and the 'Other southem leaders t do not approve of the.six no-
stand before Congress with un- trump bid. It" forked, ut the
clean hands." heart suit did not have to break.
Tn that ram a. (14amnn1 lead v
He'sa'Id'ROsseU "and his cohorts wAiild hav beaten It .na-triimn
are asking for -jury triaU for con- whU. nothinsr short of a cata. t
dysm could, beat six, spades,
tempt actions so that southern of
ficials my continue to defy and
defile the Constitution. .as they
are doing day after day by deny denying
ing denying Negroes the right to vote, in
refusing to integrate the schools
and in the attacks upon the NA
acp." f ..- -.
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WASHINGTON, June i (UP)
The U. S. Public Health Service,
still Jittery from the polio vaccine
row, is weeding preparation for a
possible "Oriental flu" epidemic, ;
officials said today.
Public JHealth spokesmen said
that as yet there is no way ef
knowing whether the mysterious
new flu virus, wnicn nas anunev
millions in Asia, will cause a maj major
or major epidemic in this country.
Thus far. they said, there have
been three known outbreaks in
this country at naval stations at
Norfolk, Vs., Newport, R.U and
San Diego, Calif., none ef which
have thds far spread te surround surrounding
ing surrounding communities. .
Tbev slid K will be another week
or more before it is known wheth
er the outbreaks have beea coe coe-fined
fined coe-fined to the oaval bases.
They said they are watching
closely ae "acute respiratory in
fection reported to nave sickened
more than 100 high school girls
at a Girl State moct government
session at Davis, Calif. A local
tkysiciaa through it was Oriental
flu. ... - i ;
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LesseM. a diplomat, who pushed
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cholera epidemics, political ln ln-tr,gue8anafmanciat
tr,gue8anafmanciat ln-tr,gue8anafmanciat crises .. he
went, men U,T r j ih
tour de Lesseps inaugurated the
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to develop into one of France's bit-
and their authors announced by the
Library this week follows:
Moran: xne iiu u'
Moore: TbeBuiiet Cookbook, Rob Rob-Moore,
Moore, Rob-Moore, a"". .. rH t onine.
JSSS Tr'Lion". Sh.", Growth:
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" CECILIA THEATRE
Joint House Group Nixes; j
Easy Credit; laxr Relief,;;
WASHINGTON. June 28 (VP)
The Joint Congressional subcom
mittee on fiscal policy i turned
thumbs down yesterday on de demands
mands demands for easier credit and ear
ly tax relief.
It warned that either move
would add to inflation, produce
a sharo .upsurge m the cost oi
living and threaten' to bring on
The report by the Democratic-
controlled group yanked the rug
out from under a mounting
drive by Senate Democrats to
make a major political Issue out
of the government's "tight mon money"
ey" money" policy.
It also was a setDacav lor
House Democratic leaders who
hope to push through a tax cut
early next year which would be
retroactive to Jan. 1, 1958.
i, The report said tnere musi oe
no major tax relief or relaxation"
of credit curbs during tne new
fiscal year starting Monday un unless
less unless there Is a downturn in the
economy or unless the President's
spending budget is cut by S to 5
The five-man subcommittee
made clear it does not expect
either of these conditions-to de develop.
velop. develop. i It said inflationary "upward
pressures on prices" are continu continuing.
ing. continuing. Moreover, it said congress congressional
ional congressional cuts in money bills hold
"little promise" of any actual
cutback in spending In the com
ing fiscal year. "'
The report was Issued by three
Democrats and two Republicans
who comprise the Joint Senate Senate-House
House Senate-House subcommittee on fiscal
policy. ',' ', ;
It was based on a two-week
public Inquiry into budget and
The subcommittee is headed
by Rep. Wilbur Mills (D-Ark,), a
key member of the House Ways
and Means committee : auu
close adviser to epeakef Sam
Raybum (D-Tex.) on tax policy.
Mills Is credited with helping to
Am ;- wavhnrn- to abandon
earUer plans to launch a drive
wis year iot a tax uw -. ?
Other members are Sens. Paul
H. Douglas (D-m.), Joseph C.
O'Mahoney (D-Wyo) Barry
rtniriwater (R-Ariz. ) 1 and Rep.
Thomas B. Curtis (R-Mojif v
The subcommittee vigorously
supported the Federal Reserve
i"Mrht.. monev" oolilcy.
This out It on the side of Treas-
ury Secretary ueurgo m. iui iui-phrey
phrey iui-phrey -who went before the
ate Finance Committee earlier
this week to defend that policy
against sharp Democratic at-
Noting that prices are edging
upward, the subcommittee, said
"the basic problem is an inade inadequate
quate inadequate level of savings out of cur current
rent current Income."
should be aimed at encouraging
greater savings ,ano curuiK -tal
spending, m other words, It
opposed moves to reduce lntei
est rates and make credit cheap
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U.S. AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON
WILL ENTERTAIN LT. GOV. AND MRS. SCHULL
i The Ambassador of the United States of America, and
' j Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington, will entertain the Lieutenant
f Governor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. Herman W. Schul, at
J a dinner In their honor to be held this evening at the Em
T-. bassy Residence, La Cresta.
".r. And Mrs. Peter H. lerger
.ttturn From Vacation In Europe
Mr. and' Mrs. Peter H. Borger
ve returned to .their home in
A tangrejo alter a vacauon spent
They travelled to New York by
plane, and crossed to England on
the Queen Elizabeth. Countries
they visited during their two-and-
a half month vacation were Eng
land, Belgium, Switzerland,; Aus
tria, Germany, Italy, Fr a n c e,
Monte Carlo and Liechtenstein.
Marriage Announced 'K? ; 1 Vj
Mr. and Mrs. (Benjamin Samuel
Clower announce the marriage of
their daughter Faye Morgan to
Mr. William George Stevenson,
son of Dr. and Mrs.. Gilbert W
Stevenson, former Chief of the
Medical Department of Goreas
The wedding took olace June 21
in Augusta, ueorgia.
In a rindlelit blue and white
wedding at the University Baptist
Church of Shawnee, Oklahoma,
Miss Hallie Glenn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Glenn, for formerly,
merly, formerly, of Balboa, Canal Zone, now
residents of Shawnee, became the
bride of Mr. Robert Witcher. son
of 1Uj and Mrs.afieorn Witcher.
of Calbmeti toklaiema. The Rev.
-Calvin Usxerv officiated at the rinu-
role ring ceremony: at 6:30 p.m.
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The ; Dride, ; given in marriage.
by her father,- wore a gown of
white Chantiliy lace over white
satin and tulle. Designed and
made by the bride's mother ,"" the
gown featured a sweetheart neck
line and tiny ssleeves of scalloped
lace, a half-skirt of lace. A tiara
of white seed nearls and tiny se
quins crowned a fingertip veil of
nylon tulle. She carried a bouquet
of sweetheart roses and wore
single strand of pearls, a gift of
tne groom, a v ;.
The matron oi honor was tne
bride's sister, Mrs. Carolyn Smith
the bridesmaids, Miss Charlene
Hilburn and Miss Mazine Hilburn
were nieces of the groom. -Carol
Leigh Smith, niece of the bride,
was junior bridesmaid. AU wore
ballerina length blue -crystalline
gowns, j detailed with sweetheart
necklines, and carried bouquets
of giant caisies.
Master Russell Smith, nephew
of the bride, lighted blue tapers
before' the ceremony. Mr.- Kay-
mond Sanders served the groom
as Jtest Man. xne usners were
Mr. Ben- Lacy' and Mr. W a y n e
Cannon. The men all wore navy'
blue suits with white boutonnaires.
Miss Barbara Talley played a
program of wedding music and
accompnled Mr. James Payne as
he sang "Oh, Jesus We Have
Promised" and "Because." The
couple knelt on a blue pillowed
prayer Dencn while he sang "The
jLiora s rrayer.
For her daughter's w e d d 1 n e.
Mrs. Glenn chose an aqua crepe-
voue aress wun wmte accessories.
Mrs. Witcher wore a navy blue
Bemberg dress, also with white ac
cessories. Both wore corsages of
white gladtolas. m.--w
Following the Ceremony a re
ception was held at the home of
the bride's parents, 306 West Chi Chicago;
cago; Chicago; Shawnee, with Mrs. Adria
Davis, the bride's aunt, and Miss
Rose Witcher, the groom's aunt,
attending the bridal cake and the
punch. Mrs. James Payne was in
ELLIS-CAPARRO WEDDING Members of th.e-wedding party are shown here following the marriage of Miss Franclsca Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina Caparro to Mr; Robert Leroy Ellis at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Chapel, Ancon, recently. j. ... ,.
Military Police Cut Manpower;
Not Protection In CI, Puerto Rico
Military police in the Canal
Zone and Puerto Rico have been
reorganized with a substantial
saving of manpower, Headquart
ers U.S. Army Caribbean announc
ed this week. o.v-';
No loss in basic military police
protection or in service to any
Army, installation is foreseen,
In the Canaf Zone, emergency
calls from any post telephone may
be made by. dialing lio. mese
calls are direct to the Limits
charee' of the guest book.
The bride is a graduate oi me
class of '57, Balboa High. School,
and the groom Is a graduate of
Calumet High School, Calumet,
Oklahoma. He was stationed with
the .Air Force on Albrook A 1 r
Force Base; for three years; leav leaving
ing leaving there for discharge in 1956. Aft
er a wedding trip to tne Aroucue
Mountains in Oklahoma, the cou
pie will be at home, in 1 Reno,
Oklahoma, for the summer. They
ill return to bhawnee in septem
ber to continue their studies at
Oklahoma Baptist' University
(Continued on Page' 7)
Stations either on the Atlantic or
Pacific sides, as appropriate.
, The stations control all motor
patrols by radio and a faster res
ponse to emergency caus snouia
oe possible under the new organi organization,
zation, organization, according to Col, Joseph R.
Walton; .Provost marsnai ot U.&
Army Caribbean '? -
Muitary Police service also may
be requested by telephoning Fort
Clayton 3259 or 3260 on tne f acme
Side; or 8458 on the Atlantic ide.
In the Canal Zone these MP pla
toons have been inactivated: The
512th at Fort Amador; 512th at
Quarry Heights and 544th at Fort
Kobbe, Strength of the 034th. MF
Company at Fort Clayton has been
increased while that of the 549th
Company at Fort Gulick" as been
reduced. The best qualified men
from the inactivated platoons have'
been reassigned to remaining MP
units, ijje s"1- ;:.: :''.!:
Capts. Johd L. Smith and George
W. Hieains. Jr.. have ben ap
pointed provost marshals; ior the
Atlantic and Pacific sidesi respeo.
tively. CoL Walton now wiu aave
operational control of provost
marshals t and Mi umt- ia tne
zone: the two companies, 50th MP
Detachment (CI) and 517th MP
Detachment (GH).apt, .Smith
replaces Mai, James F... McNulty,
who-is returning to xnej umtea
$1. Christ ophprrs
lo Present Ccnccrl
On Sunday, July 21
St. Christopher's Church will pre-'
Crochet Club Has
V.AV;- '' 'J;V,'.4.,K' ?:4-i jt-ij;- 'i'ljfiff. :
'The Trinity Methodist Crochet
Club celebrated its fourth anniverv
the comme term were installed bv sent a concert of vocal 'and ins-
Rev. i Ephraim Alphonse, superin-'trumentai music oh Sunday, July,
i commencmg at p.m. xnis e-:
vent coincides with the parish's
patronal festivities which start
with morning prayer on that same,
day and continue until July 28. ?
A Prof. Gilberto Perez, Well known-
violinist, wm be th featured ar-
tendent oi the Circuit and deputy
i : r .l -i i
cnairmao oi me uenirai American
District, lollowing a religious serv serv-cie.
cie. serv-cie. -v ; 2 v
The following staff 1 of officers
was named: Avis Mattis, presi
dent; Virginia Scott, vice presi-
dentl Isadore Lovell, trtttryJJ taftro--'
Benn, chaplain, and
i Military polica ; coverage for military uses.
Quarry Heights, -Forts Ama'dof',
Kobbe and Clayton, including Co
mal and Curundu; and for off!
post activities in the Pacific area,
including Panama City,, will be
handled by the Pacific area prov
ost marshal. The provost marshal
for the Atlantic area will, be res
ponsible similarly for Forts Gulick,
Davis and Sherman and oft post
activities. t f
In Puerto Rico the provost mar
shal retains responsibility for ac
tivities in the central and eastern
portions of the island.
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'The reorganization ha $ .resulted
in "a manbower sa vine of ona of
ficer and, 84 enlisted men-in the
Panama area and 24 enlisted men
in; Puerto Rico,? The manpower
saving will be diverted to other
Panama National Orchestra. He is
a popular musician on the 'Atlan-i
tic Side where he directed the Co Colon
lon Colon Bombero's Band. His r selec-'
tions will include Handel's Violin
Sonata in D and Bach's Concerto
in E-Major. i
v Edwin Seales, Maizie .Headley
and Grtnville Barrows will be'
heard in vocal solos.- The Choir
Guild under the direction of Hugh
Adams will render choruses from
the oratorios of Handel, Beethoven
and Haydn. Mendelssohn's "Lift
Thine Eyes" will be interpreted by
Ruth Edwards,. Lorn a Miller and
Verona Vassell. Several Hammond
organ selections will be rendu? i
by Mrs. Lucille Ford.
. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
. "RAMON til. VALDES"
- 51 Street, No. 7-25
Faclna- the Cathedral Church
Matriculation began as of June 12th $5.00
Administrative Directors: RUBEN D. RODRIGUEZ
I and OLOA PULIQHE r, t K-
!,: COURSES DAT AND NlGHt
. Commercial course English
) Secretarial Typewriting
i Office 'Assistant : Shorthand
. Stenography. Auditing
Filing .t , ; Opefatlon af Machine
' This means will be used to announce the'
.- commencement of Classes. ..
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sky ... clear and twinkling
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Box 1913 Panama
TeJs, 3250 3-4704
Social and Otherwise
. v C,onlinutJ
Miss irrancisc. Argentina Capa
rro, daughter of Miv and M rs
permit Stevens of Curundu be be-came
came be-came the bride of Mr. Robert Le
. roy Ellis son of Mr,, and Mrs. Roy
Ellis of Des Moines, Iowa, at the
Sacred Heart of Jesus C.n lf
Ancon June 15. ." AS "'
Father Wye officiated at the cer
The bride was given away Dy
her father. Her attendants were
Misses IMyiee Caparro,. Aura Ar Ar-inna
inna Ar-inna Snnia Cazorla.1 Maria Russo,
Vera Rodaniche, Maria
The nest man was Jerry Kenne Kenne-j.,
j., Kenne-j., .chr wAre Frank Cass.
-rUrrt t..aa Attn Rermudez. Luis
Martinez, Rodolfo Icaza and Juan
.. rsMntim was held at i n e
' r ... n,,iiriino in Curundu,
The bride is a graduate of the
Panamercan. Institute (irAi r-
nama City. tto
The Bridegroom 'is with the
Army. 534th Military Police Com.
pany, Ft. Clayton. He is a grad grad-in;
in; grad-in; States College, v
ThA rmiDle spent their honey
moon in Santa Clara.
They plan to make their home
In Dei Moines, Iowa.
Featured in Fourth
KunA Baiaina Proarim
- Harnt and Dunn, well known
ballroom dance team, will provide
. what han. hppn characterized as. a
erv fait and eleeant floor show
; for the Fourth of July Fund-raising
program to be held at the A-
rlnh Fnrt: Ami
. mcnttu juc6v .w....,
dor, Saturday evening. ;
Among the Terformers to be in-
i ciudea jn mis snow, u nuumuu
the members' of the dance team
RAnnotr whn will entertain with
nnac Afarinn Rradlev" and Joe
; Raynolds, H. and D. students, who
.will present a rock 'n roll r rou rou-.tine.
.tine. rou-.tine. and "Rubber-Legs" BlUy
u.r4in whn ; will 1 entertain with
a musical comedy rock. V rpll
- Al Gauvin will be master of ver
cmonies. f --, ..'
Navy Relief v t -.
' Deadline -, i i
The deadline Is drawing near
to purchase tickets on the 1957
Navy Relief Drive, the Navy an announced
nounced announced here today.
' i However, r the committee chair chair-man
man chair-man .hhh that there still remains
time topurchase KJvy. relief tick
ets from memDers oi ine ivy
wiv rinVi. and from various of
ficers and men of the Navy both
today, and tomorrow.
The big prize drawing, ending
the drive will be held at the Sev Seven
en Seven Seas Club,' at the V S. Naval
Station, Rodman, C. t. at;,
nm. June 23.- i 'M v
Included among the prizes to be
riven away to tiie holuer of the
lucky tickets are; A 1957 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet station wagon, a' Bendix ;duo ;duo-matio
matio ;duo-matio waihint: machine.' RCA
television set, and many other
prizes. , j ;'.-
messages or to talk with t heir
friends in tne unuea biaies.
At night, from t p.m. until
11:00 p.m an excellent orchestra
will provide music for. "dancing
under the stars" at the USO-JWiB
Center. Sponsors for the dance
are: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dia
mond. Mr. and Mrs. Schaye' Wiz
nitzer of Panama, R. P.; and
Mrs. Sam Weinshelbaum of' Fort
Clayton, C. Z. ; and Mr, and Mrs.
Zelie Blumbere of Curundu,-. C.Z.
. Servicemen and their dependents
are cordially invited to attend the
.--( Film On Europe
Will Be Shown
CZ Art Uafuv i "H
Atlantla Sid ,1 i
The Canal Zone Art L e a g u
Atlantic Side Branch held its reg regular
ular regular meeting at 7:00 p.nw June:
21, at the home of Mr. J.'K. Re Renew
new Renew in New Cristobal. J
Plans were completed for the
Allantic Side Art Exhibit to be
held- July 28, with .Mrs. ..... J 0
Greening as chairman.
. The annual dance will be held
at the Tivoli Hotel Aug. 21 un under
der under the sponsorship of the Canal
Zone'' Art League with Mr. a C.
Myers, iPacitic. Side .Branch, as
chairman.- ... .:,.," ?
. At' the close of the meeting an
interesting andcolorful firm -was
ahown, followed by refreshments
arvi1 fiv th hnftteil.
. GueestH from the Pacific Side
Branch were Mrs. Maude Facetti
and Mf, and Mrs; G; C Myers..
Weekend Fun m i-
; Sunday, Ynark end-of-the-month
fun at the USOJWB. Armed Forc Forces
es Forces Service Center. In the morn morning,
ing, morning, the coffee houM begina at
9:)0 a.m. until noon. All day the
Amateur Radio station will oper operate
ate operate to aid those who wish to send
See and Heof Rock
Roll gttat stars in
Coming next THUR5.
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Y km eood
toe tot $7AIJSCJI
The film to be presented at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces ; Service
Center, Balboa, Canal Zone,, in the
next of the "Know-Your-N e i g h-
bor" series will be' held Monday,
at 8:00 nm.. and should be of
particular interest to the military
and civilians communities n o r e
Tnaamtiftn aa inv, nAnnlA here trS
..HVU.Ua. J J" JI
vel to Europe, or plan to- travel
to Europe, the film "The Bells of
St. Peters" and "Rome, the Eter
nal City," should prove fascinat
ing. v J t ;.,
These lilms are availabl e
through the cooperation of Pan A-
merican world Airways wno mane
available, three PAA travel, bags
to be presented among those who
attend tne illustrated lecture.
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Sf. Peter's Church I
Fetes Patron Saint
With Special Rites ,;
The patron saint after which St,
Peter's Church in La Boca was
named will be honored with a cele
bration of the holy communion to
morrow morning at 8. i'
Two more services are planned
in connexion with the patronal
festival of the ? church, namely,
choral Eucharist 7 a.ra, Sunday
and evensong 7:30 p.m, ".t
Celebrant and preacher at the
choral eucharist will be the Rev.
Roger. H. Greene. Parishioners are
invited to attend a breakfast in
the parish ahli after the celebra
Bishop Ri Heber Gooden r is
scheduled to preach .at -the serv service
ice service of evensong, end will be ac
eompameJ from the cathedral oy
Father Greene. :
' The observance this year marks
the 42nd annual patronal festival
of the church,' and a large atten
dance is expected to tne three servr
ices.: j ; S f v
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'KMMMMf Mioictrie row ft?
HONOR GUEST AND HOSTESS Mrs. Ray Rubottom, Jr
: wife of U.S. Under Secretary of State, in charge of Latin
American Affairs, chats with Mrs. Aquillno Boyd, wife of Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's Foreign Minister at Hotel El Panama Wednesday at the
luncheon 'Mrs. Boyd had In honor of the distinguished visitor.
'Obedience Training- Classes
Planned For Your Dog And You
Beginner classes in "Obedience
Training" for Isthmian dogs may
be opened soon: if enough pet pwn-
eri show an interest in learning
how-to control their pooches. ,v
- nhariiar.ra tralnine is described
ii t special ; system. -for handling
the pet wno pernaps nenaves won
at home, but disregards his own
er's commands wnen ne gets out
in public '! i' "1 1
A local dog- expert- is authority
for1?' the information that the obe-
j : h..;Hin a..t.m nraa nrar-
UWUC U1WU r.
ti-H j in F.nrnne at far back as
1933. In the United States,' at that
time, "working breeds were the
favored dogs, this observer states,
so aggressiveness -in line oi aog
duty was emphasised. -'
f Tn ina: a Mrs. Whitehouse Walk'
er introduced the system in North
America. : She? succeeded in mak making
ing making the modem dog more domestic
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'By proving that every dog tould
be- trained, sne maae wis iyp m
pet a more nejoyabie companion.
Today, jn tne umiea oi,
more than 200 active organizations
offer obedience training.1
i' On the Isthmus, Warren Kroos,
who handles dogs for the Army,
is planning to start an eight-week
class4 if as many as 10 persons
wish to enroll.' The price would be
$io.'.' t -. .' ;
Classes' would cover an eight eight-week
week eight-week p41d, with one-hour ses sessions
sions sessions three nights week.
..?') .Vi 'Y- -"if ..('.-'
' frogs enrolled would hare to he
i year old, er more. -
1 Instruction) -would cover the fol
lowing orders: sit and sit-etay;
come; down; stay (long and short
stay); work off leashr and' heel:
Krool owns tut ewa aennei in
Mais with frsji crn...
. Qwip sfeys sweet till the cot i hv v ;
, empty--or yewr snoney hoekl
1 Tht Brakt Fluid
in Your Car v
SHOULD IE CHECKED
New York -the: Shepard Knoll
I He received his training under
the direction of Julius Cue and
Kurt Allstadt. The former is a
German formerly associated with
the German School of Shooting
Dogs : he has also worked with
the German police as a trainer.
Kurt Allstadt Is the representative
for the German Shepard Dog Club
jKrooss has recently been train training
ing training Bolo, a Doberman Pinscher,
who belongs to Lt. James of
seen the dog perform say he is
I Kross is available at Clayton 32-
?q any time sfter t p.m.
Ccon fashion Show
Toni;fsl Ai Rex :
Benefits St. Mary's
In aid of the thurch of St Mary
the Virgin, Silver City, young adult
memDers are presenting wis eve evening
ning evening at the Rex theater in Colon
their second annual fashion "re "review,,
view,, "review,, beginning T:30. a.;
The latest in feminine wear lor
all occasions will be artfully dis
played bv beautiful and charming
models lrom the Atlantic side com
munities : k.f'jvy'-'?!h :":!.
Between numbers entertainment
will be provided by singing and
dancing groups who" have hjade!
radio and theater fame, such as
the Harmonizers, the Flamingoes,
Tin and Ton. the Teenagers and
Others. Gus -Trym's Combo Jwill
give musical support
Admission to the fashion review
has been sc at 50 cents for adults
and 25 conts for children.
Asst. Budget Chief
Will Arrive Here
Percy Rappttport, assistant Di Director
rector Director of the Budget, sailed from
New York today aboard the SS
Cristobal for a series of confer
ences with Panama Canal ,C0.
Rannarjort has had a distin
guished accounting career and:
was a partner with Price, ater
house from 1917 until he assum
ed his present position. He Is the
author of many published arti articles
cles articles on the fields of budgeting
and accounting. .
Rannanort will address the
Quarry Heights. Persons who haveifederal Government Account
Legion Post 2
Plans Gala Ball ;
At Giro's July 3
. A gala Independence Day Ball
has bee rplnnned by Elbert S.
Waid Post No. 2, American Legion,
and will be held on the Atlantic
Side on the evening of July 3. ,-
The affair will take place at Gi Giro's
ro's Giro's Club in Colon. Unlimited park
ing space has been made avail
able next to the Colon Fire Station.
Dancing will, start at S p.m.
There will be' a talent show, rock
V roll, hillbilly and other! enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. Many door prizes are
to be presented, including' two
round trip plane tickets to David,
The general public is invited.
Tickets, on sale for $1 per person,
may be oDtained from any Legion
member, or at the door. . , ,
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See and Hear Rock
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ants' Association on July 10 at
the Tivoli Guest House. He win
arrive on the Isthmus on July A
and ivlll be met by the Comrj Comrj-troller
troller Comrj-troller and members Of his staff.
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In th AIR-CONDITIONED BELLA VISTA ROOM!,
' with V '
CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA ,
CAROL GREAVES tnd his TRIO EL ARRANQUE
at the CLUB 4:30
to the air-conditioned Balboa Bar:
ezclUnf tnusle In the meeting place
f the late crowd! I 4
from mldnlte to 4:30 a.m.
every maay arxi caturaay
(nightcap on-the-bouM at 4:J0)
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
from 11:30 t.m. to J:30 p.rrti
Oar !Ueioas brealcfast-liincla mentja. and
eofrrlimenUry corktaU at enhj S2 U
rii;r p!ea the Bruncbersl r
Ascajrafa at the orran with bis trie
ROUND-THE-CLOCK SERVICE .V 1
ta the air -conditioned
CAFE CRILLE and th
TOCUMEN RESTAURANT and BAR
- Now in Stock
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Custom built and designed to
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L THE PANAMA AMERICAN -1 AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1337
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WL Pet. GB
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7 38 29 .567 V4
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' 32 35 .478 6V4
25 42 .373 14
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i Today's Games
1 .'Brooklyn at Chicago
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N)
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
'New York at St. Louis (N)
s , 1
Brooklyn ooo ooo ooi 1 4 1
Milwaukee 000 000 02x 2 5 0
llbrysdale : (5-5), Koufax and
I'Buhl d-2) and Rice.
Pittsburgh MO 201 000 15 6 0
Chicago 010 000 030 04 12 1
JPurkey Face, Smith, King (2-0)
jprott, Hillman, Lown (2-3) and
I' 'iNjght Gamt)
New York 231 001 0007 .12 .' 0
Cincinnati 001 100 0002- I
, TXntoneli (6-6) and Thomas.. ";.
'Gross (4-4), Sanchez, Klippstem,
Treemau, Nuxhall and Burgess.
t. (Night Gamt) ,'.'
, Philadelphia 001 100 0204 6' t
St. Louis 310 000 20xj 8 1
Jjsanford (9-2), Hearn andy Lopa-
V. McDaniel (3-0), Wilhelnt and
31 34 ,477 9
25 40 .385 15
23 47 .329 19V4
Chicago at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
Kansas City at New York (N)
Detroit at Boston (N)
" (First Game)
Chicago " 100 020 0003 8" 1
Boston 401 020 10X 8 8 0
Harshman (5-3), Fischer, Staley.
Derrington and Moss.
Sullivan (6-5), Chakales and Da Daley,
ley, Daley, iv
Chicago 001 100 0002 7 0
Boston 400 000 32x 9 14 0
Pierce (10-6), Howell, Staley
Fornielea (4-7) and Daley.
Cleveland 1 100 000 1002 5 0
New York 000 000 0000 4 0
Wynn O0-8) and Brown.'
Byrne (2-3) and Berra.
Detroit 000 002 00ft 2 8 3
Washington 312 000 Olx 7 10 0
Fovtack f8-51. Hoelt. ADer. siea-
ter and Wilson.
Pascual (5-8), Clevenger and
- No other game scheduled.
LEADING BATTERS v
(Based ott 150 official at bats
P and C
Musial, St. L.
G. AB R H Pet
56 223 27 80 .359
64 256 40 91 .355
62 238 36 81 .340
66 271 52 91 .336
68 287 53 96 .334
57 231 41 74 .320
66 252 52 80 .317
56 152 14 48 .316
40 162 17 51 .315
49 180 16 86 .311
' American League
Mantle, NY 65 222 61 85 J383
WUUams. Boston 61 211 48 75 i355
Bpyd, Bait. ,.63 206 37 71 .345
66 257 41 84 .327
61 237 37 77 .325
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66 259 35 79 .305
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BUSTLING FOR A LOOSE BALL are Fort Clayton's Bill 'janktK
vlcb, right, and Albrook's Emmet" Bryant, number 21.v:Lookingr
on In the background Is Cavalier forward Jim Reynolds. .Clay,
ton won the ball game "which was played on their home court
Saturday night by a 64-53 count. Bryant was high scorer in
the game with 18, and -Reynolds was .runnetup with 17.
jankovlch added 7. (U.S. Army Photo)
Lovenguth Trying To Lead
Rdchesfer To IL Pennant1
i GUN CLUB
The first of three skeet ahnnti
for the annual Balboa Gun Club
akeet CHampionship will be shot
tomorow at the Balboa Gun Club
Skeet range, commencing at 2:00
Saturday's championship shoot
wiu consist oi m rounds, a n y-ij
ssiiu 1UUUUI BUU III MA
gauge (2x" .410). This same pro.
gram will be repeated on t he-
two following regular Saturday
Trophy and chamoionahiD title
will be awarded to hieh score
based on best two out of the three
Following Saturday's skeet
championship event will be. trap
www vriRK. June 28 (UP)
Lynn Jvenguth;: who pitched Toronto-
ithe International L ague
pennant last year, is picmiB ? "i
steam an effort to lead the Roche Rochester
ster Rochester .Red Wings to the crown this
season I J "1 .. -',
Lovenguth,' farmed to the Wings
:z. r".nrin tri.i-with the 'St.
Louis Cardinals, Won bis siafth
straight game last night with a 21
i.oiBinn over Havana. TheiiUm,
33-year old righthander gave tip
in. m,rth.nia Rochester
moved to within five games of
the lead. ;
n ohmnnii inxt n oDDonuniiy w
t.i,. niscit hv riroDDine the
finale of a twin-bill to Montreal,
0. The Vees Won the leven-inmng
opener,' 10-1, as' Jim Coates set the
Koyaii aown ? on uv
hA i th nichtcao to
gain his seventh victory in 12 de
cisions. , ., '4t.
, Buffalo scored twice In thrnlntn
Inning to down.Jaiami, w. "u
Ortiz and Bill Serena homered for
the Bisons whil Bob Young, Jut
one for the losers. ,, .v-,,
The scheduled game between
Columbus and -Toronto "Was post
poned, by ruiuw.ii
The standings and linescores:
See and Hear Rock
rvjtoll great stars in
Coming next THURS.
W M PcK GB
40: 28 VJ88 t
41 80 .8H Vi
38 J2-J43 S
.38 36 JU I
, 35 37 .486 T
81 38 .452 Vi
J2 39 .451 V4
27 42 91 13V
Ml. ml 020 000 OOO 1 T
Ruff.lo 101 000 002 4 T
Meyer and, MeCullough; Drews,!
Herbert (l ana .ixooie. nr-nerB-
ert. HRS-Orti Young, Serena.
Havana "t 000 000 001
Rochester 1 000 000 20x
Cueche and Izquierdo. :
(7)i Lovenguth and Rickettj. HR-
t (First .Came). 0.
Richmond 100 113 4 10 12 0
Montreal 000 100 I 1 5 4
Coetes and Chitl; Collum,i6rob
Richmond 1 000 W 000 0 T 1
Montreal' 200 201 lOx 6 10 0
Wiesler, NardeUa (5) and Wat-
lington; Harris and Pignatano.
, Columbus ar Toronto, postpone
Tommy Holmes v
' Montreal;' June m up)
Tommy Holmes has been named
the new manager of the Montreal
Royals and will take over the in international
ternational international League club tomorrow.
Holmes, 39, replaces Greg Mul Mul-leavv.
leavv. Mul-leavv. who resigned June 14. Since
then the Royals have been hand
led by ex-Dodger Al Campania
and player-coach AI Ronning.
The Royals currently are In last
place, 13M games off the pace.
Holmes, who enca managed the
Boston Braves, had a lifetime bat
ting average of JOS in. the maj majors
ors majors and set an International League
record with 25 hits in 13 games.
In PAAP' cage' action over,'the
past weekend the front 4 running
Fort Clayton Cavaliers maintained
their one game advantage over
the second place Fort Kobbe Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars by- downing the erratic! Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Flyers, 64-53. -
Meanwhile, at the Kobbe gym'
nasium, the defending champs
from Fort Kobbe were running
roughshod over an under-manned
Army Atlantic. Bushm aster quintet
75-56, 1 -
In this weekend's Panama Area
Armed Forces basketball action
the Albrook Flyers will host the
Army Atlantic quintet and the A
mador Troopers visit t ort Clay
ton's Reedei gym to "take on to
game? vill be- played Saturday
evening, June 9, Beginning at v:ju.
Fort Clayton's tall Cavaliers
completely handcuffed- the Al
brook -Fivers sin- the third : beriod
oi Saturday night's game at Clay
ton's gymnasium, allowing them
a meager four points, while they
were firing' in 16 to pull- away to
a 64-53 win over the Flyers. i
Trailing 29-28 at balftime. v the
Cavaliers came back strong in the
third Stanza paced by forward
Vern demons with sat tallies
and guard Bill' Jankovich w 1 1 h
r f a ; i. .. ..
lour markers 10 grao an n point,
44-33 lead which proved to be the
margin of victory.
Be two teams matched eye-lori
eye and tooth-for-tooth. in the final
stanza but Albrook's- third period
let-down was .the margin of, de-
Clayton started fast grabbing a
20-13 first period lead but Albrook
stoked ythe furnace in the second
stanza aa guards Emmett Bryant
and Ron Pearson scorched the
nets witti seven and six markers
respectively to pace the Flyers to
their:. 29-28 rlead at intermission.
Cavalier forwards Jim Reynolds
and .Vern demons led the Clay-;
ton attack with 17 and 16, points
respectively, while center Sam
Williams and guard dick uieason
added 12' tallies apiece. Guard
Bill Jankovich accounted for the
remaining seven points as only
five men entered the scoring col
umn for Clayton. ?
Albrook aa usual was .paced by
the stella? guard duo of Bryant
ana Pearson wno canned is ana
13 points respectively. Bryants'
total was men lor tne game."
Tne on ft.obte Keguiars notcn-
ed their -second, straight7 win t- at
home last Saturday night, defeat
ing .an under-manned Army?Atian
tic Bushmaster team to the tune
of 75-56' n i
The win, Kobbe's third of the
young cage season puts the. Reg
ulars just one game behind the
front-running, undefeated- C a v
Coach Charles Andv s blue shirt
ed hooosters amassed a 23 121
point lead in the opening stanza
and lengthened it to. 45-28 at 'the
end of the first half.
Leading the hosts to their heal
thy 17 point half-time margin
Were guard, Ron Massier, and
center Dick Hill, with 10 and nine
points respectively. John : Foster,
big Army Atlantic center, dunk dunked
ed dunked 10 of his. 13 points in the open opening
ing opening j half., v.. '
Out in front by at much ay 20
points in the latter part of the
third period, the Kobba mentor
cleared the bench, ; however,, the
'subs' continued the scoring
spree. Ron' Baxter got off the
bench to pour in a quick ten points
and Bill -Sawtelle dunked six. v-
Dick Allen and Massier led the
victors with 13 points apiece- and
Andy McCullough scored 12 to aid
- High man for the Bushmasters
and high man for .the game was
guard. Hal Terry. Tne fleet-loot
ed guard, pumped five field, goals
and six -chanty tosses tnrougn me
hoop. Twelve of Terry's 16 points
were scored in tne second .nau,
Inspired New York Team s ;
Knocks Off Cincinnati
' : V nv MTTrnW TJTCHM AN ?'
f. NWW YHRlf Tuna 90TTPiI Tiill k.
lieves his revved-up Giants can win the pennant,, and
while he might have been laughed off only a month
ago, all the other National League contenders don't
consider it such a big joke, today, s t '
' Truth of the matter' is that the
Giants. who beat the Cincinnati
Redlegs, 7-2, last night, are the
hottest club in the majors at the
The Giant players are all start-
. ": '-, 1 .... 4
mg to ouzz aoout tne pennant ano
when you take a look at their re
cent record, you can't blame 'em.
Here are a few of the figures Rig-
ney and. hK charges are crowing
Twelve victories in the last
14 gamut for a blistering .750
Sevan out of 10 victories on
the road and;. five consocutivo
series won. ;" y
- Only 3V& games behind Brook
lyn and 6Vy out of first place.
Tne Uiants received another snot
in the arm last night when south
paw Johnny, Antonelli pitched his
urst complete game since April so
and checKed the hard-hitting Red-
legs on six hits. Rain halted the
game, twice but that didn't bother
The longer be went, the better
he got,''- Rigney said enthusiasti
cally following the contest.
' Willie Mays got the Giants off on
the right toot when he hit his 13th
homer with one on off loser Don
Gross in the first inning, and Whi Whi-tey
tey Whi-tey Loekman homered off reliever
Hershell Freeman in the sixth.
The1 defeat dropped Cincinnati into
third place. '
St. Louie held its grip on first
place with a 6-4 victory over Phila
delphia, while Milwaukee -.defeated
Brooklyn, 2-1, and Pittsburgh push
ed the Cubs into the cellar by
beating them, 5-4, in 10 innings,
Early Wynn of Cleveland tam
ed the Yankees, 2-0, but even so
the-Yanks moved into a tie for the
American League lead with Chica
go when the Red box took a double double-header
header double-header from the White Sox, 8-3
and 9-z. Washington brofce a five-
game losing streak with a 7-2 -de-l
cision over Detroit, Baltimore and
Kansas City were not scheduled.
Rookie bonus pitchir Von Me-
Hoyt Wilhelm in the eighth. Stan -Musial
and Ken Boyor each' hit
two-run homers off loser Jack ;
' Sanford. Stan lyopate homered :
for the Phillios.
HanK Aaron's two run triple ra rathe
the rathe eighth inning following Charley
Neal's error on a double play ball
powered bob Buhl to his ninth vic victory,
tory, victory, Buhl held the Dodgers to four "'
hits in winning his fifth straight
urkiln Tvtx,. J ,..1. ....
five off h.ser Don Drysdale.
Jim fendieton'g 10th inning
triple scored Frank Thomas from"
first base for Pittsburgh's win
ning run. Lanky Nellie King was
the winner and Turk Lown the los loser
er loser after the Cubs had tied the'
score with a three-run rally in the
Wynn limited the Yankoo to
four hits in handing tham thtir.
first shutout' of the 'season.
Southpaw ; Tommy Byrno, V who j
gave up only five hits, 'yfolded .:
Cleveland's first run in tha first
inning, wirnour giving up a nit
and than was nicked for another,
run in the seventh on Dick WiU -l
liams' tingle and Bobby Avila's f
The Red Sox got to their old
Nemesis, Jack Harshman, Jfor four
runs in the first inning of the o-
pener and then hopped on Billy
er in the first inning of. the night
cap.. Ted Lepcio drove in -three
l uua ui i"c i at gaiiic as r raun.
Sullivan posted his sixth victory.
Frank Malzone s two-run Homer
high-lighted the first inning upris-.
lhg against Pierce in the second,
game. Mike Fornieles held the
White Sox to, seven hits in the fin
ale., ,.. v- "
Jim Lemon's hitting and Tru Truman
man Truman Clevenger's fine relief pitch
ing featured Washington's triumph
over Detroit, Lemon singled home
th Senators', first run off loser
Paul Foyfack and clouted his 12th
homer' .n the-eighth, Upvtvfer
Daniel of tho Cards roflisterocH pitched J I" 1-3. ttitless-: innings to
hit- third straight victory al- 'save the Victory for starter Ca
though requiring relief f r o m milo Pascual.
Kbbbe- Cojtnes From Behind
ToTWhip Albrook Flyers :
; The Fort Kobbe Regulars,: de
fending PAAF. champs, came
from behind to: defeat Albrook
AFB's Flyers for the second
straight time this season, 62-56,
and move within one-half game
of the front running Fort Clay
ton cavaners, Wednesday eve evening.
ning. evening. In other Wednesday night
action the Army Atlantic Bush
masters downed 'cellar-dwelling
Fort Amador 79-66. -
A determined Fort Kobbe quin quintet
tet quintet came from behind: after a
slow start last night, on their
home court to down Emmett
Bryant and company, never
trailing after the, first half.
Trailing the visitors 21-10 at
the end of the opening : stanza
the blue shlrted Kobbe five pour poured
ed poured in 20 markers in the second
period, holding the Flyers to
The well conditioned Kobbe
team, fought off a "flyer rally, in
the last period with, a sudden
scoring spurt of their own. The
Regulars controlled the ball with
freezing tactics during the last
four minutes of play to insure
High man In the game: was
Albrook's Emmett Bryant with
IS rjotnts. However. Ron Mes
sier. Andy McCullough, Fred Oreen, f
Johnson and Ron Baxter all hit Terry, g
double figures for the winners.
The Bushmaster moved into a
third place tie with the Albrook
quintet with their win over -the
Fort Amador Troopers.
Playing before the home crowd
the .Atlantic quintet took the
lead at the outset of. the contest
and were never headed the re remainder
mainder remainder of the game. - -,
Leading the Bushmasters to a
40-28 half time lead was lanky
center, John Foster. The leading
scorer ef the Bushmasters pour
ed in 24 points la the opening
half and six la the final stanza
to lead both teams In : scoring
Sharing runner-up honors In
the scoring ; department were
Amador's Tpm Thompson v and -Herm
Danie.i, and Atlantic's Hal
Terry with' 16 points .apiece.. v:.l
Kobbe' (62) ; fg ft pf f
Allen, f V 1 0 8 2
Hill f . tiik.iii.i 3 2 -4 -8
Scarlett, f .i......... 0 0 10
McCullough e ...... 6 2 3 14
Massier, g. ...... 1 1 0 15
Baxter, ..... & 0 1 10
Johnson,-g ....... ;,..4 5 3 13
2t 10 14 62
Clark, tt ..a.......
Smith, C, .........
Hopwood, e ........
White, c ...i.......v
Bryant, g v..i. 9 0
Pearson, g 8 2
f r ft pt t,
, r . . f
23 10 13 56
Atlantie (78) fg ft pf t
Haggerty, f 0 0, 1 0
Koehn, f ........... I 1
Knoblock, g 6 2
Foster, c- 13 ;4
Hunter, ............ 0 7
Thompson, g ........ 2 0
Trask, g 1 6
33 13 18 79
Rivera, f .........j
Daniel, f ............ 8 0
Nye, t 1 6
Linqulst, e ........... 3 1
Chairs, g ...
f g ft pf t
'.17 2 20 68
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CWsetKo l'l thf
Hflhf for y" emcf jot J
in li th tint.
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a 'aV-rVT Hf r :- !,. ,V r'J. V'.' "- 'v.
Matcli Strideg- In
Embrujada In 7 Furlong Dash;
' -'six second series imported
f match strides tomorrow afternoon in the $750 seven seven-1
1 seven-1 fS&fwto event at tto President Remon race-
GavUan nd Comatose b"u.go
off co-favorites in the mutuels but
tureto b: heavily backed ln the
betting too. Blakemere goes in an
entry with Alhajar. The. only oth oth-er
er oth-er scheduled star is outsider Chat Chat-lie
lie Chat-lie .McCarthy. j
' Comatose is fresh from a haU haU-length
length haU-length victory over Gaviian over
six furlongs under 105 pounds as
compared to 120 lor Gaviian. This
Urn- Comatose wiU tote ten pounds
more while Gaviian has been as as-iigned
iigned as-iigned the same weight.- t
Ruben Vasouei replace! Braulio
ffiaeza aboard Comatose while
Baeza will do the booting on
Blakemere instead of Hector Bu.
Blakemere was third, three
lengths back of Gavilian last week.
Virgilio Castillo, up on Gaviian his
' 1-- ;m.tf Aiit. 'will mice more
handle the Reginald Pouglas sprin-
, Cagey Julio Rodriguez will .try!
the six starters could tue in e
jackpot, .However; "" y.
look for a three-sided b a t t I e a-
mong Gaviian, yomsuuM
Blakemere.-Embrujada and' Char-
i!. w-n-k ov ratari n OUtSldc
chance while Alhajar. is being com
V In the secondary attraction-4he
niKUUp -'-rrV.,V nn the
winning w "." ,!, s hv
the 124 poinds stuck on him: by
the haid capper,
quested tnai me n w
So in Mass, His chief contenders
nniarn and Chivilmgo.
are """.."-r".-. are
Seven otner uhbixsuub --r
included on tne prgru.
1 i, V -V"
i, i x.f.' 4L.iVl.ii '"WrUii" iipTi ferocltv-that
FIERCER Haruc-Bauer h -hi.winK -Th
.Ws blouse, swwis. wiut v v.-fia
outfielder; expeqted. to pick up at bat novy th be ..baa
v -.;,'' J survived he tiding deadline.-
Francisco GaUca ha. tne ie up
f on longaiot unarue aity-iuv--,
hajar, a bad trailer in recent
montns, will be ridden by appren appren-1
1 appren-1 tice A Alfaro. ,r .
, The face shape's up, as a wide
. epea affair on paper. Anyone of
4 Golden Moon
6 Very good
7 Gaviian Ai.
Race Track Graded Entries
Jockty . St.
1ST ... 'Vci.r. J&Ae E'WOUBLI
ivHs-. T Guiman 110 -Must' Improve first
iS5wift 1 B Amirre 10 -Nothing in debut
aSf I s arssss.'tsr--
KcSS?)1'1 r, Hon. to b..t
.Pool Closet 1:00
1 r if 1
I (Bacana t
10 (Soft Note
,F. "Alvarez 116 -Seeks repeat triumpU.
j -Gomjora 120 llaxi ta .beat Jiere,,
. A cza j IS-Should, bn close un
V. Castillo HO Rates d chance
J Avila 115 Dangerous contender j
fi. Aguirre 116 -Needed last race
r Baeza 115 -Distance to liking
t H. Ruis HO i-Could go all the- way
A. Eeyes R. 102X Would pay off agaux
G Montero 112x-Could get up her.
J. Guzman 108 Early speed only r
F B EAT S
j 4 Cochiia 4
, Fft.Purt $27$
....Pool CUmb 2:0S
:A. Gonzales 115 -Has strongest finish
M Hurley 115 Nothing recently .;.'
; J. Cadogan 108 Could be upsetter
A. Reyea R. 1X Ran weU m last
- D. Cortex 110 Form indicates
R Vasquez 115 -Excluded from betting
" 4 3-1
I h Race ,Nen-Wlnoers Nat
, A r
i i Chancerita '"
; j Angelita
; J Guacamaya
5 Golden Moon
i 8 Camargo
S Pat. Purse $250
C Chavez 105x-FaUed badly In debut
J. Guzman 100 Will never wm a race
D. Cortex ioo Early speed only
A Ycaza 110 Reportedly improved
C.C Ruiz 110 Form indicates
R. Vasquez 112 Betun-Seguro Social
PmI tlese 3:05
Ith Race .Natives
iPortal V 1' B. Baezt 105 V-Denenda on start
Cjuiil Tc. Montero 103x No. 1 contender
aSlkl' : C. Ruiz 113 -Could go all the way
tSe?StbJner K. Flore. 115 -Return. i .good shape
rTTEn" F. Hidalgo 105 -Could make it here
4th Race 4th Serl.. Im.. U. $ ,). '?. Close. 1:4$
1 1 Crews Hill
2 After Me
' 4 Febrera II
S Joe's Fiddling
B. Baeza 108 Return, from layoff
T. Gatica 110 w-Diitance suiu style
F. Godoy 115 Return, from layoff
F. Alvarez 110 Last was revealing
F. Hidalgo 108 Could be uptetter
X. Yeye. R. 03x Raft well in la si
A.vVaquex 120 Has beaten better
Two more highly rated Argen-'
tine colts and a native product
are scheduled to toow
raclne over the weekend. The Im
ported animals are the tnree-
year-oias fuesw n"""""
Puesto, a chestnut aon of the
i...i.Hn aim pennv Post.
will make hla first atart in Sun-
day's nightcap a six 'iunu5
iiask tor sixth' series Imported
thoroughbreds His dam is Esta-
cada. Antonio Anguiui..
him and Ernesto.- Paris Is ,his
trainer. u ' ;:
' Mlchungo, a dark bay ao" of
Gringaio-Michlca, is owned by
Roberto oMtt and trained by
Julio Chandeck. He Is achad achad-nled
nled achad-nled to make Wa debut I" to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's first race and looms
'an odd.-on tatorite to win on,
the basl. of a ing lwr-L
long workout in 1:14.
hnnwn three-year-old,' offspring
ol '.Betun-SegurQ .SPCjaL' This
vrr ianwnea by
the Stud Chitre and trained, by
Vicente. Vasquez. j-- ;
v..i-. y.' a-nrf Ouemato
dos will race tender the colors ot
v-. ofnii rhumuneu W the iu-
ture. Ernesto E. Fenton wUl con
i Xta 4-VlakWl t1"
tmUe W U1U W16U. ;
Henco will continue to, raco
hna. b.epi;cdTa 4belr train.
er.bJaclnw ayarry w
Prlnesa Vanldad wUl race ior
. .-..iM.wt a nn
th stua Ami". r
continue W oe nerM""''
- ."f""":r mim Ma-
er., n.w- -',,rsnmie
rif7o t Laveno a
rnza ,i;4J,., T.iiia Mar-
under inewBi""" ""7 7.7""
suau. v ...... c.n.
. rhancerlta. an
Miguel prnct WTJ
row under new ersb.l anc
training. sne a f'-j--v.
.T? V l aina with
EsUelo "Taehtto", GarcU d
Varede her trainer.,.-;
x a-tiet are in train-
by Bracmbut ct OI
dia He is owned and tralnea oy
ch?itSftVda!rghter ot ig-gg.
her husband, Manuel Moreno.
Thi .nwtinr of the StUd '' LOS
ci.f Vidvb rhallfnireA the Elet.
brothers,, Carlos, ana. rernanuw.
to a match race-oeiwee
nirfv onia. Hnon and the Eleta
boya' unbeaten Janina.. It la ex
pected tnat me fiieww wui.ai. wui.ai.-cept
cept wui.ai.-cept the terms of the race which
provide for a aiae pei w.uvc
than $500, distance five furlongs.
1 - j,.;
added one' mil Bed Cross
classic; j,c:in ;
.Tnta X Bfllvrt ton Of the fffeat
"Paco" Bravo,- was scheduled to
leave lor Mexico City 'today.
Bravo will ride at the Hipodro Hipodro-m
m Hipodro-m rift laa Americas where his
father is now a trainer, Bravo
Sr hung up his DOOM last year
and Is now dolnfwell at his new
NEW YORK. r(UP) Harold
Johnson of Philadelphia : was
nMA inn i rnntnfier for the llCht
hnawwpisht ; crown today in the
Ring j Magazine -,iwa,:
The new designation, cuihau8
jflroVl. pahmind miv 'helD
his campaign for a shot at Archie
Moore s ia-pouuu uus.
Twenty-eight year-old Johnson,
who can fight as' a heavyweight
or light heavy, was. previously
listed as the fourth-ranking heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight aspirant. But bis impres-
S1VO IITUI-IUUIIU viiut.wfc v
heavy contender Clarence Ilinnant
on May 31 and his- announced
campaign for Moore's .title, helped
SnilL lUm HI a. jmi-ivuuw
inga at the tpp., ; 1
vtm wan aided also by Canadian
Yvon Durelle's, upset drawn with
rony Amnony oi' e "-ti.nw
ti.nw "-ti.nw AriMnaA Imm t.hft tnn to NO.
2i and previously unranked Durelle
WOS urOUSll Ul fit. uuumw
Herb Sccrc Applies
For M:rri:ge License
wr-con tit:M 1R Iff A C. W Fla.
(UP) Herb Score, Cleveland's in
jured pitching star,. and 21-year
old INancy Ann'icnia(
tuna. Fla.. have applied for. a mar-
Iriage license, county court record
disclosed toaay,- -y - 1
III (. r J f I -r-,
Mldnieht to 4:30 a.m. Friday, and Saturday V
join our informal CLUB 4:30 for the late crowd'
i ':. vy x ir '. ; -.-5
, in the air-conditioned comfort of our Balboa Bar
MUSIC BY THE
CAROL GMAVES TRIO ;
Nixhtcap on-thc-house at 4;30'ra!
CAROL also plays the plane In the alboa Ba :
- 18 p.m. te 2 a.m. Sun, Tuei, Wed. & Thura.
Pa CUwa 4:20
; f : C'iho racr,of tmr dourlr ,;.
t i-Embruj.d. J. Rodrigue. 1W -Aho"!
-taMe c Tessas -dSfte'r
t w.mniarla 'a. VasQuet 115 Threatened in lart
jSS H uix 110 -Depends on rtait
iZcorri Montero lOtt -Early speed ewly
i-Crrtco S. HernandeilOlx-ln-and-out performer
: sCktrs. Halligan A. Byea R. W-j
i c lanuimiio' "R." Vawjuei 119 Jockey wiU beip
' rlnd Finish A. Ycaxa 118 -Should beat the
Hi Race Jrd ttr'a
7 ft H$
. ONE TWO
. Pal clem I:)8
1 Fl Fakh-r S. Hernandei 103 Mut E l"er -;
2- Germvuo F. Aharei 115 -fenu eCort here -I
4- P.vineu. D. Cti 115 Best earty rpfd 81
5 Elko A. Rs R. 105 ou1d py nice odds 15-1
a Disunca G. Montero 10Tx WoulJ py off 21
t King K. Ftores 118 D.-rP-. n -l
8 iolaa B. Bseia 108 HsTirt twita hxk ; 5
with the recreation, prbgram Un
der way, quite a number of acti acti-uitia.
uitia. acti-uitia. hava ben started- the- fol
lowing are but a few:"' r, (
v.n.vtiaii ma will, be start-
.j u anAiiah tAanasera desire to
participate, The games will be play
ed in the Balboa upper gym, Monday-
through. Friday, frpnv 1-2 n
the afternoon, or longer if desired.
At the end of the summer, a tourn tournament
ament tournament will be sponsored- by this
gymnasium .which will include all
of the other gyms. All intereited
individuals : must sign up, in the
upper gym omc.
n.HmintAn hit beeh started in
the upper gym alaov on the singles
and doubles basis. All those desir
ing to participate are also urged to
sign. up in the upper gym ofice
as soon as possioie. u .enougn ere
interested,, plana will be .made to
have a tournament, and the win
ners of sucn tournament wiu oe
awarded priiei singles and
doubles. ...'v .'' ; ;
Now. for the younger -set, the
playroom on the third floor of the
upper gym is open and there are
numerous types of games domi
noes, parcneese, acraooie, wni wni-nese
nese wni-nese checkers, tiddley-winks, Jacks
bowl-ball: earom, ping pong, and
many others. .-;-'
Presently,, tne Mwi-Dau game
seems to be the attraction of the
mainritv rJ children Tournaments
jhave been held daily, and at the
ruf of th vtm annfhw tmirna.
i i n.unne report- ment will be held to deter-
. .rr I'.v wlln three-! min the winner for the week.
English colt Jo&ellto dJ- Any. youngster desiring to par par-J'i'
J'i' par-J'i' triti Btood-ltlcipate in any of the above men-
rfv "aVct lor approximately tioned games, hat Just to come to
stock Agency lovtnf th. tvm and reoort to the olav-
M.000... td to! room, for such supervised fl u i e t
to Panama.. ; DIABLO GYM NEWS
The summer program Is well
underway at thfe Diablo Gvm All
those who hate signed up to
play basketball u well as any
newcomers who wish to play are
reminded to come to the gym
lor dally practice. League play
win commence on weaneaaay 01
Many- handsome prizes have
Deea ooiainea ana will De awaxu
r-d etcti Friday tar akill la arch
ery, tumbling plnavpong, basket basket-bad.
bad. basket-bad. etc. Among these" pri2es are
hunting knives,, iwlm maska,
flashliehU and theater tickets.
Everyone will have an equal
opportunity to take one or more
of these ortees home." A special
attraction for the -youtusters
this year bring, your lunch and
rat at the gym oa; Thursdays.
Let's au come. ...,c ;
: 11 of T..V Worth. 'Fla..
has been eneaged for omer time
to Miss McNamara. The couple
filed for the marriage license
Tuesday and laid they plan to be
married JUiy iu i
Catholic Church at Boynton Beach,
Fia. -j -- :-.
Score suffered an eye injury uui
aid hn Diana to report July 15
to begin workouts.
Sports Briefs :
MILWAUKEE. (UP) Milwau-
kee first baseman Joe .Adcock,
who Buffered a broken none in ms
lower right leg and ..tore some
nvamenis laai auuunj, u. uwtt
I placed on the Injured list, ; ;r ;
wtw vntir' TTPU-TTmnlre Jim
iT..ki.v fnmari tn retire
l lUliuvu.b. .... t r
from last 'Tuesday night's, game
between tne new xora; iaunee
and Cleveland Indians-because 01
nalna kAliftvari ranged bV I
Vidnev -rnndition. Honochick Will
be slneunea xor an unaeiermwcu
nmfnTvnnv mPI Russia's
chief tennis coach said today Rus.
slan tennis still i is well behind
Western stadards, but admitted
the Soviet may enter next year s
Davis Cup competition. We have
40,000 niayers ana two new
sis stadiums," Nicolai Beliei-Ge
men said. :
It's time to step up to
s Four Jtosee Bourbon time k now.
. Don't miss another moment'! en en-y
y en-y joyment ot the incomparable
; amoothnesa 'and richness of this
' distinguished bourbon.
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It's time for
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WTSHAWAKA, Ind., (UP) Mrt.
J.-,rn Jn-Jn. ; I t Notre
Iae b;-nrkU coach, died tod tod-'
' tod-' Tj'iisr t the aft of 46.
.;r. J-J.-cta te former Irene
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- THE PANAMA AMERICAN, AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER"
FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1957
S 5 IF I ED S
, THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
, FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
t, ? f- s. I;-.',' VfV 4 ,J
FOR RENTt famished chalet,
2 bedroom. 2 perches, maid'
mn, 2 bathroom; garage, ate.
11 Carman, Via lP 2020.
FOR RENTj Chalet, Via Birasil
33-A, Call ,J-725l,Vw--
' FOR RENTs Ciialat or parr of
ft. ComploHly furnished, new, 2
bedrooms,, living-dining room,
$ kitchen, bathroom, maid'i room,
I saraga, ate. '"Urbanizacion Lei
I Angeles." For Information Phona
Ratarva NOW. Inexpensive
i aatisfflng vacations, Santa
Clara Heaeh. Shrapnal'a fur.
rtished houaaa. Phone Balboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
; beach harna. Ona mile past Ca Ca-ine.
ine. Ca-ine. "hone lalboa 1866. iv
PHILLIPS Oeaaoilda Cottagaa
Santa Clara. Box; U90 ,' Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1177. Cristobal 3-173.
J Baldwin's furnished apartment
w at Santa Clara Beach. telephone
Smith, Ballwa 3611.
. FOR RENTi-Spieioui and mod mod-am
am mod-am -commercial tite on Jose
Francisco da la Ossa Aye., near
Canal Zona border. Building re--j
contly built. Phono 2-0086 from r'
; a.m. to 12 noon and 2 to 5
p.m. ... '.- t"Vi ':!; ;...,! 'V
$5C3rC:3 Drug Cache
, CHICAGO, June 38 (UP)"
Narcotle,: squad police, pushing
a Joint, murder and drug traffic
Investigation,' today selzedwtwQ
men and a supply of heroin
ued at up to
SSOOlaJUegailMiad, cool, spacious Waibsd'g
They ':; first 1 arrested Mem
Harris, 41, 0V7ner- of arrfleet'ot
taxlcabs, and then took James
Norwood, 40, ; who ; was found
'Winded on a park bench ', after
Jumping from a window of his
home, Each was booked on two
counts of possession of narcotics
and one of conspiracy.
Police Capt. Joseph Healy said
the -heroin seized was the "real
stuff" and would sell at between
, $800,000 and $900,000 In' retail
t circles. ".
The hunt was spurred by the
Tuesday nlKht slaylnjc of Leroy
Love, a narcotics dealer who was
believed to have tola pouce some
1 of the secrets of the trade.
5 Enlombcd Miners
By Digging D
. BIOOMrNODAUS, Ohio. June
3H ftTPli Five coal miners en
tombed for 14 hours by a cave cave-In
In cave-In were rescued Wednesday night
throueh a shaft bored by a tre
mendous mine-digging; machine.
It was believed the first time
the machine, a giant auger de de-velODed
velODed de-velODed to make coal mining
more economteal. ever was usedFlt f where 7ScnuU m
"JL1? atfmpt- i engineering and architectural firm
The bit of the auger. Jvi-ieet,f Rlli k..nu. .,v,;.k
.... . t 1
' uuck, ana cnpsoie ui
leet an hour, pierced 240 feet
Into the side of a Powhatan coal
Co. strip mine near here and hit
"dead center" in a low chamber
where the miners were trapped.
The men crawled to safety
through, the hole, the third bored
by the auger In the rescue effort,)
at 10:50 p.m. They had been
" tripped since B a.m. in a space
so feet long, A-tttt high and
B to 18 feet la width.
About 200 persons. Including
Valves and children of th trapped
miners, rescue workers and two
priests, shouted Joyously at sight
"We aever eave ud hope, we
tnew that machine would get to,
m," said Kenneth Hamutoa, 38,
the first man out of the mine..
Behind him came Joseph 6a 6a-Ilnski,
Ilnski, 6a-Ilnski, 29, Martin Kovalskl, 40,
Henry Horvath, 18, and Fred Sa Sake,
ke, Sake, 38
None had snf fered any Injur Injures.
es. Injures. -' r-;
See and Hear Rock V
' Roll great stars in
Coming next THURS.
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I ATTENTION.? 0. .t Jett kail)
modem tarnished aparrmanta, I,
2 bedrooms, hat, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT 'Speiows two-bed-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrlet, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENTi Complate1y fur furnished
nished furnished efficiency apartment. Air Air-cenditioned.
cenditioned. Air-cenditioned. Elevator s a r v i c a.
Utilities- and I i n a n furnished
1 Parking facilities. Call at Tropi Tropi-cana
cana Tropi-cana Building between S a.m. 0
12 neon and 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR RINTt- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with hat water, $60. Via
PorraS No. 101. Phona 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Bella Vista. New
modern apartment building.
Large, living-dining, full bath,
bedroom, spacious kitchen,
breakfast nook.' Efficiencies also
available. 3-6677. f;
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Bella Vista. 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, drawing dining
room, kitchen, maid', room,
$135. Apply: 47th Street No.
17, left..: r-)
FOR RENT- Unusually attrac attractive
tive attractive apartment in Campo Alagrev
fully furnished, for four to five
months from 3rd July. Two bod bod-rooms
rooms bod-rooms (one air-conditioned
two bathrooms. Good cook' alio
available. Phono 3-6941.
FOR RENT Apartment, three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, largo kitchen, laun laundry,
dry, laundry, clothesline and maid'a room
with bath in Campo Alegre. Fur Further'
ther' Further' information call Panama 3 3-4641..
4641.. 3-4641.. 'I, ,ffc;
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
apartment, refrigerator included.
Porch, parlor-dining room, bed-',
room,' kitchen, tiled, screened,'
room, all conveniences. Via Be-
lisario Porras No. 96, San Fran-.
tar. -. .'!'' .' ';';v.v Ki'.:;'
FOR RENTi Army Inspactod
famished one bedroom'' apsrf
ment, kitchenette, refrigerator.
4th of July Ave. .Phone 2-1140
after 2 p.m.
SOS SIMTi n.u,i(..llw (
jwoen apanmenr.. aasy t wasnimj
machine dryer Included. -' Must
r be seen to ba approciatod. Call
3-5024. Campe Alogre. .nri
FOR RENTi Fumbhod t-bed-
room duplex apartment, for Gl'a
wnfy. Inspected, nuiot, coot loca loca-,
, loca-, tion, near Hotel El Panama.
Beautiful view. Rent: $65. Telo-
phono Gamboe 462.
FOR RENT: Apartment, one
bedroom, living room, dining
room,, all conveniences. Belisario
Porra Ave. No. 96, Sen Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Phona 3-2138.
To Enfer Private
Canal Zone Lt. Gov. H. W.
Schull, Jr., has submitted his re resignation
signation resignation from service .with the
Panama Canal to become effective
prior to his retirement from the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at
the end of next month, v
He and Mrs. Schull plan to leave
July 9 for California where be will
be temporarily assigned to Army
uuly unul ms separation from that
service on July 31. After a brief
vacation they will go to Miami,
"w "-n-w-i.t, wnnu
has extensive interests and work
in progress in Latin America.
Schull is the third man to hold
the title of lieutenant governor
since the position was changed to
that designation '. from En Engineer
gineer Engineer Oi iuuiveiuiKe u. laM. .is
predecessors in office were Bri-
gaaier lieneraxs h. u. Vofcel and
H. O. Paxson, both oi whom are
Bom retired from the Army.
Schull was serving as District
Engineer ot the Corps of Engi
neers Jacksonville, (FU.) Distrct,
woen be was appointed to his pre present
sent present position in 1955. He and Mrs.
Scbuli arrived in the Canal Zone
m '"ne of that yesr
Let 'Em Eat Cake
, MEMPHIS, June 28 (L'P-Since
no one has ever convinced hens to
take back eggs once they've laid
thera, the city of Memphis had
quite a problem when they found
itseu 306,000 eggs left over from
the school lunch program.
It was finally decided tit scram scramble
ble scramble them with sugar and free re
them. They'll be used to make
cake and corn bread next year.
New London. Conn. (KEA) w
The Harvard-Yale crew race an
the Thimet at New London is A
mmca's oldest inter eoUepiat sth sth-l"Ue
l"Ue sth-l"Ue event. This was the 106th.-
LEAVK TAim An wtto nvf nt mm
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONKS No.
BAROO No. 28 "B Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J fit. a LEWIS
liVMiru t ti-v i at r.Hw i A d.mi. a UAiictuni n rvrDunr l r. a.
VAN-DEB-JIS-4S Street No. O FARMAC1A cX BATURBO Pmraue Lefevra
the Bella Vista Xheatro
1 FOR SALE! 1956 Ford Station
Wagon V-8,.1 passenger; many ,'
extras, 6700 miles. Call Dr.
Bomstaln, Balboa 2-6312 or 2 2-6432.
6432. 2-6432. ; ''; ('-'
FOR SALE1939 Pontiac Pick- U
up, duty paid, $85. .' Telephones
' FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet?.
Station Wagon, good condition, .I
radio, good tires. Phona Cristobal
Are you going the tight direction
for your auto repairs. .Go to 1 6th
St. Molendei, Garage Johnston
guaranteed auto repair. Phono,
FOR SALE: '55 Chevrolet, good
condition,, duty paid. Betania
705, Saturday and Sunday.
; FOR SALE OR TRADE i 1951 ?
Ford V8 Victoria with 5 excel excel-lent
lent excel-lent wsw tiro, overdrive, radio,
boater, undercoating. $175 down,'
or older car a trade-in. Balance
on easy payment plan. Call 83- f
3281 after 4 p.m. for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. :. -V"..Ti v. 'j--: 'J'-
FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet 4- ;
door sedan, vary good tire and
motor, $200 cash. Hobs 356,; 356,;-Apt.
Apt. 356,;-Apt. 1 1 Ancen. .- ;
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Spa Spa-cial
cial Spa-cial 2-tone in good condition.
Reasonable price. Panama 3 3-1184.
1184. 3-1184. 1,
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 4-door
sodan, new tires, battery, muf-
fler tail pipe, interior and exte- f
tior, $475 cash. Economical 6-'
cyl. engine. Phono Balboa 2'
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac-8 :
convertible, 4 hydramatio, radio,-'
undercoatad, sporty, clean, over overhauled,
hauled, overhauled, good tire. 2-3467.1
FOR SALE 1957 Ford 9-pas-v
Sanger station-wagon, deluxe VS.'f
standard shift. Phone Bal. 2871.
FOR SALE: ;194f 6-cylinder
OldsmobHe sedaM, duty paid. Sa-'
crifidng $1 15. Phono-3-3424
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packora Shipper Movora
' ''' ;taam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding r Jamping Claaeeo daily
J to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama -552
fidanque Travel Service
Ttl. Pan. 2-1661
, fl 1
With F 1.2 Len
j raaasai H. Tark CaUa
Social Club Plans
Barn Dance July 3
The Boa Vivant Social Club wifi
sponsor a rarn dance to be fceid
nei nraoewij Tcnuaj "i uie ca casino
sino casino Vina del Mar ia San Fran Francisco.'
cisco.' Francisco.' t
A number 1 prizes bsva been
planned, including eoe for the first
couple 3epding, as well as door
prizes sod other surprises.
Carlos Jsrvis and his Sonorsmle
Orchestra will furaisa music for
DEAN OP COACHES
ANNAPOLIS ?NEA1 Hosty
Callow, Navy crew eoach, fir
rowed at the vniversuy u wasa-
RJvl 71 1
as r y
... ,--a ',
irgton ia 11L
kevnr nn mm mnrwm a
S Loiter Plaza CASA ZALDO Central
' FOR SALEt Save money. Buy
Ctayco block, A" 12" i 12".
They are economical, light and
do net crack,. $123.20 per thou
sand., Clayco ft. Alfareria, S.A.,
Via EspaAa Ne 97-i48.v' Phona
3-0160. .. , -". 1
Baby Orchid, Corsages, Bou-'
quota, : Gifts, Hospital, delivered
anywhere U.S.A.,' Canal Zone.
: Phona Panama 3-0771, Cristobal,
1033. C' r
FOR SALEr Green 9x12 rug;
'52 Buick Riviera, new rubber fir
lifetime battery., Phona Cristobal
FOR SALE: 8-ln. tilting-arbor
vbench saw With or without 25
' cycla Vi-hp. motor. Phono Bal-
bo 3636. t
FOR SALE: Living room ta ta-1
1 ta-1 bias, lamps, desk, sideboard,
dresser, rugs, dining tables, ona
with jlasj top, dining chair,.
typewriter,; tmall radio. ..Some
f tool 74 1 rD Entorpri Place,
next to Prado. 'Mfc
FOR SALE: Class A 3-point
racing hydro plane. Mercury KG KG-4
4 KG-4 powered; .ri( .complete with
trailer, accessories,' $ 1 95, Ralph
Harris, 3-1881, Margarita.
FOR SALE) Mahogany dining
table and chair, office typewrit typewrit-1
1 typewrit-1 or desk, basket chain, 1 fox
double-barrel ihotfun, 25-cycl
'-hp. motor, tennis racket,
' rose bushes, 1 tuxedo suit lisa
38-32,' 1948 Pontiao tadan.
742-D, Enterprise Place. Phona
Balboa 2683. ''" '7 r--: tv;
FOR SALEr Encyclopedia Bri-
taanica J set 24) .$100; Elgin. 5-
hot outboard motor, slightly used
$100; metal desk $10. Phono
2-&48,v; 797-A Tavernilla $t.,
' Balboa. .'. !WMtfr i .:."'&
lo Giellp GJrlf
KOUBAIX; France!'' June 28
(UP) Mrs. Jeanne Plesset clung
today to the seven-year-old girl a
French court has ruled was born
to another woman in a hospital
baby. mixup. She said she would
never, give her up, k
The. Lille Court ruled 12 days
sgo that the girl was born on Aug.
27, J950, to Mrs. Derock Wahl
and not Mrs. .Piesset. Mrs. Piesset
gave birth to a son,' now being
brought up by the Wahl family,
and, refuses to have anything to
do with him. fi ; .( .rf
The boy, Henri, and the j girl
Viviane, ware born' in a mater maternity,
nity, maternity, clinic the same night the
only babies born that night. It was
not till the women reached home
three days later did Mrs. Wahl
learn that the children had been
switched accidentally. v
. Sha started court proceedings
Fordham University Honors
Andrew B. Shea, president of Panagra tPan American Grace
Airway i, receives the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from
Rev. Laurence J. McOlnley, president, Fordham. University, as
Francis Cardinal Spellman, who read the citations during the
112th commencement exercises, looks on. A graduate of the Ford Fordham
ham Fordham Law School, Mr. 6he has been active In Inter-American
trade and transportation for the past thirty years, and has been
honored with the highest decorations of the republics of Ecua Ecuador,
dor, Ecuador, Pern, Chile and Bolivia for his outstanding contributions to
the development of closer relations and greater commerce be between
tween between the Americas. -.. :" v
2- il RAPID .
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MOBILE rQtTPMXNT COKMTNTCATION5
RADIO TV Hm
ALL WORK CUARANTEED
w tbfft. Panama mrrrria
Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACV
SERVICE Ave. TlvoU No. 4 FABIHAtlA fcl auus uniuus its venrrii ve.
I. A ... it, ji a tfvrn nnM VJnln Amiimimii Ave. ona 33 St. U rARMAClA
I Street PARMACIA "SA8" Via Porraa
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Boat, 12 feet, 10
horsepower Johnson, all accesso accessories.
ries. accessories. Call McRobert 4-596 after
FOR SALE: Brand now Elto 5 5-,
, 5-, hp. outbSoard motor and stand,
$175. Phone Pan. .3-6298.
FOR SALE: 40-ft. former J J-Boat
Boat J-Boat fully equipped (diesol pow power).
er). power). Call 2-3578.
The bast dlnnara and drinks
are sarvad in our modern air-
- conditioned cafeteria; grill and.
bar. Hotel Internaeional
sa 5 da Mayo.
Denies Fresh Reports
Grace Is Pregnant
MONACO, June 28 (UP) Prince
Rainier s palace press service to today
day today officially denied a fresh round
of reports that Princess Grace Is
pregnant again. 1 (' C-"Absolutely-
false, the press
service saw. ( i. i
Usually well-informed i-Monacan
sources said earlier : that Grace
was expecting a second child eith either
er either in lates November or early De December,
cember, December, c k
U.S. sources also had the im
pression the 27-year-old former
movie queen' was expecting a
They said that when Grace and
Rainier recently visited the- air aircraft
craft aircraft larrier Feresstal in the Med Mediterranean,"
iterranean," Mediterranean," Rainier personally
censored all shipboard photographs
of his wife. J : '
' The sources said he ordered de destroyed
stroyed destroyed photos showing Grace in a
In .Philadelphia, Grale's, home hometown,
town, hometown, the Kelly family professed
ignorance. .' i, 1
Her mother, Mrs. John Kelly,
was1, quoted as", saying "I know
nothings about, A positively I
should think she would tell me if
she were pregnant."
The reports that Grace was
pregnant caused jubilation, in bis
tiny principality. Monacans are
hoping for a royal aon.
Grace and Rainier.; married in
civil, and religious ceremonies A-
prU 18 and 19, 1956, had a girl
named Princess Caroline last Jan.
23. v ;. ':-Sr ny.'
Neither Grace nor Rainier com commented
mented commented on the fresh round of re reports
ports reports themselves. tt"hey were va va-cstioqing
cstioqing va-cstioqing in Switzerland. J- : "-
immediately to win back : her
daughter, but Mrs. Piesset stead steadfastly
fastly steadfastly refused to admit she had
borne a son. The court proceed proceedings
ings proceedings dragged out nearly seven
years. v ,-. . ;v y v.v
PRECIADO 7 Street No. IS AGENCIA8
182 La Carrasquilla TARMAUA LOW-
111 a) NOVEDADE8 ATHIS Beside
' FOR SALE: Complete maheg
any 8-piece dining' room suite
$175; 4-pioce modern living
room set $98; Guatemalan living 3
.room set $45; studio couches
$59; Hollywood bed. $22.50;
mattresses $15; bunk bed $39;
garden umbrella $15; metal
porch chair $9.50; metal tablet
$9.50; mahogany bookcases
$35; linoleums $6.95, pillows i
$ 1 .95. Cash ar Credit. House-
hold Exchange; National Ave."
No. 41. Tel. 3-49tl.' 3-7348.
FOR SALE. Maple' dinette sat s s-w4
w4 s-w4 chain, excellent condition;
mutt sacrifice. Qtrt. 868-C, Fort -Kobbo,
CZ. Phona Fart Kobba s
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Taonagers Prataana ;
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
VlPsj Smugglers, ;
-Glancy Met Lots
JOHN, W. CLANCY)
" During his 27 or more years as
a customs otneer, Jonn w. wan wan-cy,
cy, wan-cy, who retires this month as
chief customs inspector in Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, has met most of the celebri celebrities
ties celebrities who have arrived in the Canal
He also hss met a good number
ot the less savory characters who
were given the VIP treatment .on .only
ly .only by the Cnal'Zone Police.
tiUne ha little to say about
the more colorful phases of, his
career with the Canal but he is
well known, to most Canal em employes
ployes employes on both sides of the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. For. one thing, he is usual usually
ly usually about the first person they
meet when they ; returrn to the
Isthmus, j -ft :. i v,:; J-
Dua to his efforts', and the ef
forts of his staff, luggage passes
through Cristobal customs wud
speed and dispatch and t good
thing too when temperatures rise
on the UTlSlODSl pier. : j-, y,
.;:;, -.-' t. -:. v."! ;'.:!.' t-.i
r Ixeept artha six years ha
pent with tha U. S. Navy dui-.
In tha Second World, War, thla
iob or one almillar ta it haa boon
carried out by Clancya I n c a
1W4. During tha years ha build
va the longest service record ef
anyone now in his division..,.
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Born in Keossuquo, Iowa, he
rved the U. S. Army during .thei
First World War and came to
the Isthmus with the Army ini
1922. His first two years with the!
Canal organization were spent as ;
a member of the PoUce Force in
Cristobal. He was transferred to.
the Customs Division -as a gu""
in 1924 was promoted ta boarding
officer In 1927 when he was t sts sts-tioned
tioned sts-tioned In Balboa ( -i
During the last -war,- he joined
thevNaval Reserve and was order ordered
ed ordered to active duty in 1941' as a re-
aerve lieutenanL .During the next
five years, he was assigned to du-i
tv on the Isthmus and' later saw (
he Pacific islands as a beach i
master. He was discharged in 1 1-4C
4C 1-4C with too rank o fheuteaant.com-
mander.;.. V s,-
XMJm. mr P Aft at I Or
dtrt for Revert tapa
rtcordara eostplua 10
Modal T ..... .$111-70
'- your prloa plus 10 ;
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. bi-. lingual, experienced, good spoil
ar. Columbia Picture, Eusabio A.
, Morale Avenue.
. DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1 21 1, CRISTOBAL, CX
Bahia' Saloon ""Bar and Restaur,
v rant." The most beautiful show
in Panama. "Ritmo Cariocas,'
: with the Brazilian vedette Divar
' Dr Olivaira; Two-Gun Smokey,
Sonia Zulata, and Gladys Mitre.
- Two shows every night except
Monday 9:30 and 12:30 a.m.
.Dancing with a Cuban group, and -'.
good food. ; Regular prices with
' no cover charge. Bahia'i Saloon,
Balboa Avonua in Panama.
WANTED TO BUT: S at ef
woman' golf clubs. Balboa 2 2-3544.
3544. 2-3544. 6410 Lo Rio!
Just Plain Folks
During 27 Years
After the war, he was re-employed
in the Customs Division
and .was promoted to chief ; cus
toms inspector in Cristobal:
Glancy will ai from Cristobal
Sunday morning aboard a Unit United
ed United Fruit Company ship for New
Orleans,' Ha ha bought a small
farm near Mountain View, Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas but before ht a a f 1 1 e a
down;, ha planr to taka a motor1
. trip through the United State.
There will be no ships to meet
in Mountain View, no smugglers,
and few celebrities, but he may
be able to talk, shop with an oc occasional
casional occasional government revenue of officer
ficer officer passing by in search, of Ar
kansas mountain dew.
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. OLDSMOBILE, 4-door, 98, Radio' i ': 950.00
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ao. Phona 3-D238 during of.
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bicyclo, red frame, black trim,
chromium fender, rims, white
tiras. Ha horn, light, speedome--?
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. FOR RENTh 3-bedroom apart,
ment, 2 bathroom, large dining
and living room, aaparata maid'
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ON TRIAL Col. John Nickerson, Jr., mlsslls expert whose
'.V court martial Is now underway, Is shown with his family at
: their home on the grounds of Red stone Arsenal, ; HuntsvUle,
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala., June
(UP) C0I.1 John c. Nickerson,
;jrrbroughtlith inter-service rt rt-valrV
valrV rt-valrV ovetiided missiles Into
sharp fdcui at his court-martial
triaj yesterday and blamed the
Zktrqtaft industry for the de-em--phasis
o Army rocket develop develop-meiit.
Nickerson followed an old mil military
itary military maxim that the best de-
fense is a good offense and
Jtlred off one serious charge after
"-another to trv to convince a 10-
"rnan court of his good, Intentions
win passing but missile data to
,Xbe defense strategy was ob-
ttatisly to demonstrate by tes tes-tlmony
tlmony tes-tlmony that the 4Vye-,
colonel was Impelle' "bf"
Z eArqng beJlef thathe BatioW's
iv teewrlty would be enHangered
by, putting! too much reliance
;on the rolf lthe Air Force In
S Nickerson aireaay naa pieaa pieaa-eoVfruilty
eoVfruilty pieaa-eoVfruilty to 15 counts of being
ftareless with" secret, rocket data
while protesting,. Defense Secre Secre-atary,
atary, Secre-atary, Charles Wllsons actVon giv giving
ing giving the v Air Force control over
?l.500-mile;.. Intermediate' mis missiles.
siles. missiles. '
, Now, he was trying to show
that his campaign to publicize
' the Army's advances with the in intermediate
termediate intermediate missile, the Jupiter,
' was to keep ,the nation safe by
ieeping. the Army bolstered by
Nickerson, pledged mat 11
lowed to continue in uniform he
vigor aTd effecmene dTplTy
The court (COuld ,?a3lU'
andive him up te 30 years at
hard labor, on the charges to
which Jie pleaded guilty.
- Answering part of the accusa-
iliu BBiufl ."Hi- v.
Classified documents lying -f
round his house NlcKerson
said they were In a briefcase in
his home on the arsenal grounds.
Furthermore, he said, mlllUry
Tiolicemen. in sea.rchlng his
home. took, him away without a
chance .to get Wa brief case con con-taln'ng
taln'ng con-taln'ng f very secret" papers.
. Nickerson said his only in intent
tent intent I" sing secret documents
- to back p the Army's ease for
development of the Jupiter was
to get the Wilson order ehang ehang-.!
.! ehang-.! qnietly. ne Insisted, he was
Showing patrotim and loyalty j
to the Army in aomg tnw,
.r'ekerso said the tug of war
f ween the services lor-coniroiipny ol national oeiense ana
t.'ie new super weapons was. charged It had been "glamoriaed
usually fought out m the penta-ja.no:
goa and decided in favor or tne
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'aircraft Industry," giving the Air
Force the big assignments,
Shortly after the last presi presidential'
dential' presidential' election, he said, the
Army learned that its, coveted
Jupiter' was to be taken away
and the Air Force's Thor was to
become the nation's primary in
Nickerson said .his Immediate
superior '"protested" the ordef'vl ordef'vl-olentljr
olentljr ordef'vl-olentljr and forcefully" but that
the protest was not made pub
He" until Nov; 26. three weeks
after the presidential election.'
The aircraft makers, Nickerson
charged, were determined to -get
the money the government was
spending on missiles and not let
it go to tne crvn service ? con contractors;
tractors; contractors; such "as those 1 at Red Red-stbne
stbne Red-stbne Arsenal here. T .; !":
u,.Nickerson jabbed at military
'red. tape. He quoted from the
Moss Committee Investigation,
' which turned up a report that
' Defense Department material
was "greatly over-classlfled."
He said the evidence showed
many papers Involving World
War II weapons still are classi classified
fied classified because it would be "too
big a Job" for the Pentagon
staff to declassify them. -"
The tall, confident coldnel tes testified
tified testified for three hours in morning
and afternoon sessions In the
third day of his celebrated courtito help local health authorities in
He said only the Army had the
built-in safety features, to han handle
dle handle an atomic warhead-eauloped
weapon like the Jupiter and re-
tlat "ust not PP ln nu- Just before the announcement to-
clear war. ;'baeeo prices closed slightly lower
Dependence on air power, the exchange
Nickerson said, might open the y
way for Soviet armies to over-
w p, w nmii, ..w
ana uiamaieiy miuci -wiai ae-
feat" on the United States.
Nickerson said Army Chief of
Staff Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor,
Army Secretary Wilbur Brucker
and Mai. Gen.. John B.-Medaria,
commander of the Ballistics Mis
sile Agency here, all shared his
views that the Army must pro produce
duce produce the Jupiter.
The Wilson order limiting
the Arnry to control over tDS-
mile range missiles still sUads
, but t has not been Implement'
d and the Army is Continuing
work on the Jupiter.
Nickerson attacked -m bnster
ing terms the air power phlloso-
or tne Air Jrce,
LONDON, June & (UP) The
government today opened a cam
paign to warn Britons ol ;"the risk
mvoived in smoking.'
The British Health Ministry told
the House of AJommons its deci'
sions was prompted by a Medical
.Research. Council study that show
ed a "very great increase In
deaths" from lung cancer among
males in tne last 25 years was
due mostly to smoking, particu
larly heavy cigarette smoking.
A member 01 rariiaroent sug
gested posting warning' notices in
public places'" '. s
The long-awaited report was do
livcrtd by John Vaughan-Mor
Bn, non-smoking parliamentary
secretary to the Health Minis?
try. Health Minister Dennis Vof
per who was to have read tha
report was rushed to the hoipl.
tal for en -emergency abdominal
operation. : -v
"In their annual report and
more particularly in their special
review of the suoject, the Medical
Reserach Council advised the gov government
ernment government that the most reasonable
interpretation of the very great
increase in deaths from lung can cancer
cer cancer in males during the past 25
years was that a major part of
it was caused by smoking tobacco
particularly heavy" cigarette
smoking," he said.
"The government feels ihat It
is the rignt to ensure tuat this
latest authoritative' opinion is
brought effectively to pubhc no notice
tice notice so that everyone may know
the risk involved in smoking.
"The government considers that
these facts should be made
known to all those With their re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for health education.
"The government1 now porpose
to bring these views to the notice
of local health, autnonties who are
concerned under the statute in the
prevention of illness and who are
responsible for health education
as a means of prevention.'? c ;
He said-local health authorities
would be asked to take steps to
mtornvi tne puDiic '-v'
'Aoneo the riik"ar" known,
ovoryono who tmdkt wil hv
to measure thorn and make up
his or her own mind and mutt
bo relied upon as roipensiblo
person to act as seems beit,'.
Socialist member of Parliament
Edith Summerskill, herself a phy
sician, said she hoped notices
warning against the dangers of
smoking would be placed in public
spots. She asked how the govern
ment intended to counter J'propa'
ganda of the tobacco interests?"
Vaughan-Morgan said a circular
W"5 ws xoing oui 10 mem loaay.
He Said the Medical Research
Council is continuing ill study and
also studying the part air pollu
tion plays in lung cancer.
He said the work has been
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GOVERNORS GET TOGETHER Governors iAverell Harri-man-left)
of New York and O. Mennen WilUams of Michigan
talk things over at a meeting in Williamsburg, Va.,, during the
opening day of the. Governors conference Governors from 46
state, and four territories; attended the meeting to discuss
: education and other state affairs.
Bg SfeeT Ups Ton-Price
CdfrGpenersMill Cost More
NEW YORK, June 28 (UP)
UJ5. steel corn, today announced
an average $6 a ton steel price!
increase mat proDaoiy wyu; De
felt In' the nocketbook of virtual
ly every .consumer In, th nation.
"Big1 Steer," whose .P. decisions
usually set the pattern for the
rest of the steer industry, posted
the price boost one day Rafter
President . Eisenhower ; renewed
his plea for Industry, and labor
to help check the -.Inflationary
spiral by putting tbe irakes on
wage-price rises. "t- '. i .V
The boost will add $10 to the
nrlce of the steel In an automo
bile and 75 cents to the price of
that In a kitchen stove. In all, it
will add almost 700 million dol
lars to the nation's annual steei
VS. Steel said the increase,
effective July 1, was made nec necessary
essary necessary by a wage Increase which
goes into enect wesame nay.
The company conienoea w",
wage boost would Increase its
labor costs, by 21 cents per.
price Increases In other ; key
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Industries, such as aluminum, al also
so also are expected when automatic
wage hikes- under previously ne ne-gogiated
gogiated ne-gogiated contracts go into effect
this year.. J:,;' "";:,':
The wage arid price hikes will
add fuel to the lnflatiofiary fires
that have sent the cost of living
to new highs In each of the past
nine months. rThe price boosts
could be reflected in the cost of
all products using steel, from au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles to can-openers and
hairpins, ""fv' V'i X '.;A-r.:'
Bethlehem Steel Corp.. No., a
producer In the nation, said it
had "no announcement to make
at tills time. We are studying the
The U.S. Steel hike was less
than what many steel leaders
had Insisted was necessary to
offset the automatic wage Jn Jn-.
. Jn-. crease.. ..i
Last August the : steel fimutntiaon
signed a three-year pact with
the united -steelworKers oi
America calling ; for automatic
Increases in wages and ; fringes
The composite finished ; steel
price, complied by 4 Iron Age, is
f 113.40 a ., ...... 1
Clifford F. Hood, president of
Big Steel, said the wage hike
will boost the firm's total labor
costs per cent to a new all-time
hlelw He said the price Increase,
affecting carbon and alloy steei
products, "will average only 4 per
cent '- '.;
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f He said the new pay adjust adjustments
ments adjustments will bring the company's
average hourly employment
coats for ware emnloves enrar-
N ed In steel production to $3 51
an hour a record nijn, ..
' The "price hike is expected to
filter down to the consumer In
the form of higher prices. Com Competition
petition Competition ln various steel consum consuming
ing consuming Industries will prevent the
Increases from being passed a-
long In fulL
Approximately 3,500 pounos oi
steel go into the production of
the average automobile.
A 7-foot household refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator reaulres 20S Dounds of steel
and a kitchen stove tak.es 250
There are 20 tons of steel ln a
railroad freight car, and the
railroads are adding an average
of 75,000 new ears a year.
VIENNA. June 2. (UP) Radio
Budapest announced that four Hun-
ing a 25-year-old woman, we re
executed early today, r I
The broadcast said woman med-,
leal student llona Tota, former i
Army Lieutenant Ferene Gornc Gornc-,
, Gornc-, 26, "former convict" Miklos
Gyoengyoesi, 28, and former Se Security
curity Security Policeman Ferene Kovacs,
'23, were executed after the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Supreme Court confirmed
their aei Jk seniencea aariier trui
HE X-ZZ DAILY
country is $afe Abraham Lincoln
U.S. Army ChemjearCofps:
Marking 39th Ahniyiersary
Today Is the 39th anniversary
of the founding of the UJS. Ar
my Chemical Corps, During its
39 years or existence, the Chem
cal Corps has served the na
tion's fighting, machine through
two world wars.
It has been the guiding force
lnthe research and development
of chemical,, biological and ra
dlological (CBR) techniaues from
the Infancy of toxic gases' and
gas defense appliances, to the
development of protective meas
ures for the aftermath and awe
some power : of the atomic and
TJpon V entering World War I
In April of 1917, the United,
States; had v neither a chemi
cal-warfare organization nor
protective provisions for deal dealing
ing dealing with gas warfare. Five,
separate government aarencies
were designated responsible for
On June 28, 1918, these various
agencies were combined into
the Chemical Warfare Service,
The new service was charged
with all respdnsibllitlea relating
to research, developing, testing
and procurement of toxic gases
and gas defense appliances,;, the
filling of gas munitions-
chemical-warfare training; and
the Jormulation of doctrine gov
erning the ; employment of toxic
agents. v:, f -''?:"
The first chief of the Chemt
cal Warfare Section was ; Maj.
Gen. William l, Sibert- i h
The Chemical Warfare serv
ice was made ; permanent
branch of, the Regular Army
1920, and was redesignated the
Chemical Corps In 1946.: : s
Between the, two world wars;
the Chemical Corps devoted Its
efforts primarily ; wr.v research
work and the supervision r. of
chemical training In the Army,
During World War IT, It made
eiant strides ln perfecting r CBR
warfare and 1 protective meas-i
Among the functions- of tha
iU.S. Army Caribbean chemical
section, of which Col. Joseph P.
1 Escude is Chief., is to offer tech
nical assistance to the command
ing e-eneral and his staff, con
duct unit training Inspections
and disaster control exercises,
and to Issue, maintain-and re
pair supplies. ; It advises, plans
all matters pertaining to CBR
training within U.S. Army Ca Caribbean.
ribbean. Caribbean. ; '"' -i :; v U
. The chemical v section also
exercises operational control
, PRICES: .75 .40
, Shows: S.flO, 4:20,!
5:55, 7:35, 9:15 pjn.
A' .'NEW ADVENTURES
of the Panama Area Damage
Control School (PADCS)r the(
chemical supply lines; and It
-provides logistical support and,
administrative supervision to
r the Chemical v Corps Tropic
Test Team, a field organization
of the f Dugway LP roving
Ground, Dugway, iJtah. J .'
Each, year the Panama Area
Damage Control School offers 14
two-week courses : far enlisted
men; four 'one-week 1 officer's
courses; and six three-day flame
thrower courses. There are ap-
proximately 30 students, m each
course including all Armed Forc Forces
es Forces and Panama Canal personnel.
To date the School has graduat graduated
ed graduated 3560 students through .' 115
courses.; 'capt. Samuel N. Smith
is ,the commandant of ,the
; The chemical supply activity,
of which lat U. Richard D. Ca Ca-tor
tor Ca-tor la officer In charge, supervis
es stock control, funds and : rec records,
ords, records, and financial inventory ac
counting. 600 line items are car
ried.-: The maintenance? unit -re
ceives, inspects,' repairs and re-j
issues to supply lines au cnemi cnemi-cal
cal cnemi-cal items 1 within-; the command.
In -addition, this section' offers
assistance to inspection teams of
U.S Army Caribbean-Headquar
ters on chemical corps materiel.
..The Chemical Corps Tropic
Test Team Is under; the techni
cal supervision of Dugway. prov
ing Ground hut attached to the
U.S. Army Caribbean chemical
section for logistical and ad
ministrative support. Its func
tion is to perform surveillance
and detailed tests on Chemical
Corps materiel under tropical
conditions. Commanding officer
of. the test team la Maj-Roberto
Peraita.-.i. i: Kv-.viV'
. During the past year, more
than 2,500 military personnel.
. weht through the chemical
r section' gas chambers; a team
,'DI cnimicai occiiun piwunci
spent 20 days with the Jungle
.Warfare Training Center exer exercises;
cises; exercises; -the section performed IS
spray missions in support of
- field units during exercises and
participated In. all ol the di disaster
saster disaster control exerclsee.
The UJS. Army Caribbean
chemical section also particl'
nates annually in- the Armed
Forces Day, celebrations with
demonstrations on both the At
lantic and Pacific sides.
The strides made by tne
Chemical corps in research and
development have' played a ma major
jor major role In maintaining the Army
as a powerful deterrent to war.
OF THE INTREPID KING
w I a VW I i
AS JUT HCW VULkM
WASHINGTON, June 2t (Up4
The ;Hpuse iost Office. Committee
has brushed aside President Eisen-r
hower's objections and overwhelm
ingly approved basic pay increas-
es ranging up to $546 a fcar for
some 518,000 postal-workers.
The ,bill,;i which, members said -was
approved 20 to 8, would cost "i
the taxpayers an estimated 320
million dollars a 'year. If finally
okayed by Congress," 'the pay
boosts would go into effect in the
tirst pay period after Sept, 1.
.' ' t W
The committee also i announced
it 1JcIoed-loor meeUng thai
t would open hearings Tuesday
,n?ay inLcreases for nearly oni -million
other federal employes.
A Senate subcommlHee' alrta-
fy hat approved a $SO0-a-year
boost for postal, workers, t
! -' ' t
The .House committeeK actio
came only a few days after Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and .Postmaster General Ar Arthur
thur Arthur E,. Summerfield vigorously op op-posed
posed op-posed federal pay increases now
On grounds they would contribute
to the inflationary spiral. -X'f.'
':r.;.5''. '...iv4i1s:! ; '"f.''li
i SummerfipM 1 whn Onno,r.j t..
fore, the committee Tuesday,, di.
rected his fire at a nrnnnl .u.
png for a, postal pay increase av
erging. vuo a year He said
first class letters might bave ts
oe raised to seven : cents if sucb
a measure was enacted.
The committoo scaled down
ttie Jncre.t. m hopes of getting
it throufh Congress.
' ;' U
The 1546 boost WOnlrl trn tn .n
postal employes, except rural car
riers and fourth class postmasterSt
They would get a 12 per cent ba
sic increase., but. nnt .hm mi
HoWever, some 'emelrtve wmiM
get more, in actual take-home pay
when fringe benefit such
time and night work were coil
siaerea. .. rf
; This weather ; roport Jnr the
24 hours 'ending., a.m. today,
it piopared by- the Meteorelo.
gieal and Hydrographie Branch
of the Panama, Canal Companyt
Balboa V Cristobal
(max! mph) NVy-lJ
RAIN inches) : T
RAIN (inches)- w .05
-, SATURDAY, JtNt 29
HIGH "y LOW
4:34 a.nu : 16:4 a.m.
4:48 p.nu v 11:11 p.m.
OF ; THE JUNGLE!,.."