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' ITALIAN JOURNALIST gathering material lot a travel book
stops off In Panama. He Is Cesare Battaglinl, who so far has
v covered 42,000 miles. .He-split up here with a. female traveling
j i- companion to whom he was engaged. -v .',, 1
Romahce Ru ns On Isthmian
Rocks; "Motorcyclists Pa r)
Panama turned out to be a true
crossroads to a yourtg Italian Jour Journalist
nalist Journalist who was temporarily separ separ-t'
t' separ-t' 1 f om a pretty German girl
v 1 1 I--S. 1 his inotorcycUnf
co ...ion rr ti,p last 4',WJ miles,
-ii.i e v;l ttJ," is the way phi
losophic Cesare Baltaglini leers a.
bout it. and since he has almost an
other year of cycling to do before
returning home to Bologna, Jtaly,
he thinks it .will .be. a true test of
Felicitas Hauck, a blue eyed
redhead who has traipsed all over
Europe and Asia-with Cesare, an announced
nounced announced their engagement .when
they bit Brisbane.? ,i h': V &'".
Romance seemed te flourish
at the scooter happy pair sat
, eut.t see the world. They had
1 Resident 14 llew
Inlcms Bepiri WdrkJ
1 A new resident physician and
14 Hew Intern will besrin theft
f training at oorgas Hospital- In
j "iv. one otner intern, will ar arrive
rive arrive on the Isthmus f fter.'lils
graduation In September.
Three of the' Interns have al
ready arrived, the resident phy physician
sician physician and elht Other -Interns
will arrive July 4. and four oth-.
era H -arrive later. v
The new resident physician
Is Dr. R. E. Koenig, from Holts'
: ten, Ttxi, j who ha already
completed ymr of Intern-.
. chip, 1J5.1 to 151, at Gorras.
Pr. Koenlr.h.a gradaate of
Parlon. Medical School
Woustoa.' Texas. Tie Wilt take
his rtnr fit residency at Corj
jriet last year whr5licltai was
skating champion; and the idea,
of an aroond-th-world jaunt, f ir-
d rham with nthusiasm. v
ln neavily-)urutned 3timbr t t-ta
ta t-ta motor scoot r, they ere .equip .equipped
ped .equipped to -eat, sleep and be merry,
but were quite unprepared tor jun-
nuig into pouhcai roadblocks
-There is; great
Middle East countries
donesia. He said they, not only look
down on women especially one
seated pn scooter), but do not
feel kindly inclined towards white
people at, ail,. ; 1
Holdups with shipping: because
of the Suez Canal trouble prevent prevented
ed prevented the trtvelers from reaching
Australia in time for the Olympic
Barnes, which- Battaelini had been
assigned to cover for several Ita
Sixth Fleet :
On Alert !f: or
Soviet Subs '.r.
i it 1 !k 1 ( ;
LONDON. June' 29 OJP l" The
U.S. 6th Fleet and other Allied
waships have been alerted to
keep a ."sharp lookout"" for an
estimated nine Russian subma
nnes lurking in Mediterranean wa
ten, informed sources said today.
Russian surface as Hvell as un
dersea craft were maneuverme in
ine iueaiterranean which t r a d i
tionauy has been a Western na
val preserve. 'British and Ameri
can naval quarters said the sud sudden
den sudden spurt of Soviet naval activity
i .. Al .' A. ...
u mo strategic region was in
spired, by more than a mere de
sire to "show' the Red flag," It
appeared the Kremlin was stak
ing claim to the Mediterranean
as a sea power. ;
A Soviet cruiser, the -Mikhail
Kuzutov,, and three, accompanying
destroyers cruised close to NATO
war games areas near the Straits
of Gibraltar last week.
At least six Soviet submarines
have been reported operating in
recent; months in the Mediterra Mediterranean.
nean. Mediterranean. These were in addition to
the three U-boats which docked
June 17 at Alexandria: Egypt's big
Mediterranean port. .: .yi
The Soviets said -the three subs.
including, two long range models
capable of 20,000 mue cruises,
were being turned over to the
Egyptian navy, but some ; Allied
sources dour ted this.
Armed Forces; 4th Committees
Plan Peppy Independence Day
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Allied warhips in the. Mediter
ranean 'were warned to keep a
close -watch for- Soviet submarine
movements, the sources aid,, r :
. :Tbey .aid the allies-were push
ing previously .announced plans to
strenahlea. their anU submarine
- t ,""'",i,if i"i
sSfflyrA & IIov lav l!:IJj High
in particular to In- j ..
Keeps Doclor DrafI
WASHINGTON. !!june 29 YUP
President EisenHpwer yesterday
signed : legislation v to continue
oresent expanded ceilinss o n
troop strength and to extend the
doctor draft 1 on a sharply re
The U.S. Armed Forces, In c'q
operation with the pacific aide
Independence Day. celebration
Committee, will participate in
the gala day-lone Fourth of Ju
ly ceieDrauon in Balboa com
memoratlne the 181st year since
the signing of "the Declaration
oi independence in 1776, 1
On the Atlantic aide the mill.
tary and civilians will, also Join
in a day-lone celebration capped
off with a fireworks display at
7:30 pm ... j
j The" Pacific, holiday will get
unaerway Thursday at 7:30 a.m.
with a nag raising ceremony su
pervised by gfc Patricio Sala
manca from the U.S. Army Gar-
rison at Quarry Heights. During
the ceremony a- fly-over of Jet
aircraft from Caribbean -Air
Command will take place.
. At 8:30 a.mi, a parade con consisting
sisting consisting of a joint color guard,
Joint .Army-Air Force Band,
and a joint march unit com composed
posed composed of a platoon each of sol
dlera frort the 20th Infantry
Regiment; airmen from Carib Carib-'
' Carib-' bean Air Command, and sail sailors
ors sailors and marines from 15th' Na
al District will get underway,
At one point in their trip the
Italian almost lost his pretty com
pamon.' It seemed she caught the
eye of a Persian market operator
who offered to buy Miss Hauck
for 100 pounds. He explained the
high price by saying "She is ao
young and pretty." -
- Despite other obstacles, the
young couple arrived here by boat
("It s too bad there are ao roads' )
from Tahiti, and were to continue
their journey together to fluena-
.' Buf' whether H was because
h really wasn't- feeling up ta
it r due te a lever's spat, Fe Felicitas
licitas Felicitas and Casare split up In Ce Ce-Ion.
Ion. Ce-Ion. She flaw back t Germany.
- From alt Indications,- It is only
- temporary separation since
Hattaglini seema Intent en pur pur-sulne
sulne pur-sulne her when ha returns .te
In Panama be la h'pin "'roval-
home town.:, and MlrJ!?1L&
eo'l-w of. the new Interns who 'I",-. ""r
have already arrived are: Dr.
Don Carlos. Houma. ... Louisiana,
graduate of Louisiana state Tjni Tjni-irslry;
irslry; Tjni-irslry; Dr. Kenneth Mienhardt,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Med Med-Icl
Icl Med-Icl School; and Dr. Francis X
Creiehton ,rJnirelity., :
The names of those : arriving
arxt ireek, their home towns.
and colleges are: Dr. Robert K.
ri!ls, Oklahoma- City,- Okla-,
university of Oklahoma; Dr. Ed Ed-wia
wia Ed-wia J, Tanquist, jr, Alexandria.
M!nn., UniversKy of Minnesota;
Dr. Ernest U. Steury. Berne.
Ind., Indiana- University; Dr.
Robert P. Soiseth, Sioux City,
Iowa, Morninsslde College, Sioux
City; Dr. Milton J. Law, Jules Jules-burg,
burg, Jules-burg, Colo Crelghton Onlvermi Onlvermi-tr:
tr: Onlvermi-tr: Dr. Wiley IL Jenkins, Mc Mc-romtx
romtx Mc-romtx M'v, Tilan Universitr;
Dr. DavU-- Hi? ton. phonouth.
Wise.,- Indiana Central CoPper
Dr. Richard M WahL Clevrland,
Ohio, "Western Reserve Universi University;
ty; University; Dr. Bobby jack Ptlnebaugh,
rsstland, Texas, Baylor U"lver
Dr. Crre N. Gorman. Bean-
iront, Texas. Bavlor Ualversity
motor scooter,- are boused.
His only regret here was that
there were no outgoing roads, eith either
er either north or South that he could
However he says with a arin
that someone offered him this en-
."Just stick around for five years
we'll have the Inter-American
Highway finished by then. Any Anyway,
way, Anyway, it's-nice herev. f
,The Italian is inclined to agree.
Happy Chandler ;
NEW YORK. June 29 "(UP)
Separate bills that became law
with ms signature would:
Continue lor another 23 months
ao existing suspension of Derma
nent law limiting overall armed
strength to 2,1)05,000 men.' Present
strtngth is about .2,800,000 men.
Continue for two years. on
modified basis, the -enforced in
duction ot physicians and dentists
needed to take care of the troops
and, -a to s m extent their
families. f a-
. v. ti.it, ,'K. .. .. 'f...
The permanent ceiling on troop
strength, suspended since the Ko
rean war, was to have gone Into
effect on July 31. The new law
continues a temporary" ceilinc of
5,000,000 men. until July 1, 1959.
The doctor draft law bad: Been
scheduled to die on July 1. The
new law continues it until July 1,
1959. only those physicians and
dentists would be called who, on
June 20, had not reached the age
of 32 and who earlier had been
deferred from : the reeular mili
tary draft, either to study medi
cine or for some other reason.
An estimated 5.100 young physl-
cains will be prodded into uniform
under the law in the two-year
period, and 2,700 dentists. The
term of service is two years.
In 'addition, motorized ele
ments of four vehicles each from
Fort Kobbe and Fort k Clayton,
along :- with civio-' and youth
groups from the Pacific side, will
taice part in tne paraae. : : .
The joint marcmng unit win
b commanded by MaJ. Olln E.!
f trrtthrrcglmeatah Z-X ef thr
The Joint band 111 be under
the direction of CWO Lloyd F.
Overton, commander of Albrook'a
776th AF Band.' The Army band
participating Is the 79th from
Fort ClaytonA-' '..7--:''
" Parade Matshal "Is Col. 'T, X
Henderson from the Judge Ad
vocatcs Office at Fort Amador,
' Daring the Test of the mora mora-Ing'f
Ing'f mora-Ing'f nd tnte early -aftenuKm
youth! activities In Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium and around the high
school and the Frade will take
Place.' .''" .-,r-v?'-- :,;'
There will 1)e static display
adjacent to Balboa Stadium of
antiaircraft weapons from the
65th AAA Group, .small weapons
from Fort Kobbe, a jet engine
from the Caribbean Air Com
mand and a large scale model
ship from the 15th Naval Dis
trict v,::Tvi. v; :'::('-..":
Anyway You Slice
3 Years In Jail
1UAMI UP) It's apparently
the same, any way you look at It:
When Donald Jalbert. 25, was
convicted of breaking and enter
ing with Intent, to commit grand
larceny in 1956 and was sentec-
ed to three: years in prison, na
appealed the sentence to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Sum-erne Court.
-The hieh tribunal "held that bis
act was not grand larcey at all
but "intent to commit petit tar
ceny. ..- .. -.-,.:
Actinx en the bleh court s or
der yesterday. Judge Ben C. Wil-J
lard, tne same judge wno nao
given Jalbert the sentence before,
adjudged. Uw young an an guilty on
the less serious charge.
This time the sentence was
three yesrs in prison. v
At 2 p.m., there will be ft con concert
cert concert by-the Joint Army-Air Force
Band. Also on hand to furnish
some' interesting music will be
the Ouardia Nacional Band from
Patrlotlc;'exerclses will be held
hv the Balboa Theater at 3:30
p.m. principal speaker, will be
Lt Gen Robert M. Montague,
commander In chief, Caribbean
- A fireworks display from Sosa
Hill, behind the Balboa service
Center," will get' underway at ap approximately
proximately approximately 7:30 p.m. s ;
And the day of fun and cele celebration
bration celebration will be wound up with a
street dance near the school
gymnasium put on by Boy's and
Girl's States Immediately v fol following
lowing following the fireworks.' v
On the Atlantic side the cel celebration
ebration celebration will start, with a pa parade
rade parade at 9 a.m. The 60th Army
Band and Army colors and
guards will march with scout
and veteran groups. ..o-v-L'vi;;
At 8:30 immediately following!
the parade, everybody will meet
at the South Margarita; School
for flag raising ceremonies' Gov.
William E. Potter will be on
hand to address the group.: :
Tne remainder of the morning
will be taken up with a children's
program sponsored by tne. Mar
garita Athletic ciub, Jt will in
clude train rides, games and
rides 'for the children in Army
Jeeps. The Army wiD, also furnish
box lunches for the children.
During the afternoon : there
V": V-oat r '-.' at the Cris--
lu. l Club and a free
show for Jhe children at the
Alarrarita .Service Center. i
At ft: 30 p.m., the ,60th Army
Band will give ft band concert
aad. at vapproximately 7:30
fireworks' display will end the
day of celebration ;2 ,!
"A 48-gun salute win be fired at
Fort Amador and Fort Gulick In
observance of the holiday at 12
noon on we :':',;:
Here Tonight ;
As Guest 01 Daily
Rep, Charles Porter (D-Ore.),
who has been outspoken in rus
criticism of the Trujillo dictator.
ship in the Dominican Republic,
is : due in Panama tonignt oy
plane from Bogota.
Porter will spend tonight and
part ot tomorrow at Hotel El Pa
nama as the guest of the local
laoioia i uia.
A freshman congressman. Por
ter has taken a personal Interest
in the fate of American pilot
ueram Murpny, auegedly mur
dered after, he had flown the
supposed body of Prof. Jesus Ga
lindez of Columbia University to
tne uommican Kepuonc in tne
spring of 1956. Murphy was a
resident of Porter's congression.
al district in Oregon. r
Porter passed through Panama
a few days ago on his way to
Bogota where he was the guest
or tne newspaper El Tiempo. The
aaiiy nad been suppressed for
years under Dictator Rojas Plnl
Jla, It reopened recently. : ;
m uosta Rica, wnere Porter
had stopped previously, he was
enthusiastically- welcomed as a
cnampion of democracv and a
roe of iAtin American dictators.
Aquilfed Oh Charge
A former Canal Zone fireman
wart acquitted yesterday afternoon
in the Balboa Magistrate's Court
of a charge that be threatened his
ex-superior officer by telephone.
raldez was accused of making a
telephone call to Lt. David Lowe
at the Rodman Fire Station .threa
tening to kill him.' Giraldei had
recently, resigned .under;. compul
sion, it -was learned.
The fireman's alibi that be was
in a Panama City saloon at the
time of the alleged phone call.
held up in court.
Police said that a check with the
telephone company in Panama fail
ed to show a record of any call
from the saloon to the Rodman sta
tion on the day in question. -:
Lowe and another fireman who
also answered the ssme call last
Saturday, said they recognized Gi Gi-raldei'a
raldei'a Gi-raldei'a voice. n
Balboa Magistrate John E. .Dent
ing pointed out however that neith
er witness had known Giralder for
long, and that only one. the lieu
tenant, had talked with the tele telephone
phone telephone oa previous occasions.
Graide was represented, in
court by attorney Wood row de
Castro; "' -
Man Catches Wife
And Best Friend
' MmEOLA'.'' N..' June 'm 13Pi
Charlea Dempsey wa's tiken
aflSfir 'whcn ouL1 cf his i-'- ,.. :il
cliiUii-Ln tola 'him. his.u.io and
best friend were plauuine la set
m a rnec pouce reported .touav.
Why?" the 25-year-old tasoline
station attendant asked the child.
"Because they're always kissins
ui me nearoom." uie cmid re
-Dempsey 'went "liwe action.
When the friend, identified by
. pelico enly s "$ut,f came te
call a few nights age, Dempsey
excused himself saying lie wae
going te mevle.
Instead, he climbed a tree in
his own backyard and watched his
wife and his best friend spooninc
on the couch, police said.
A neighbor thought Dempseyj
was a ourgiar and threatened him
with a shotgun.
"Dont shoot," Dempsey said.
Tm watching my wife kiisinei
- DemDsev then took off his ahnM
tiptoed into the house, picked up
a bottle and bit his wile on thd
I j . T -J
The alleged "other man" fledV"
Dempsey was arrested on a charge
Judee Jehj Dalv told Demna
that while his wife was not com-
Eletery innocent,' he should not
aye taken the law into his ewa
bands, Dary then dismissed the
Trail Of Death
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP) Leavina a nuct
wake of destruction1 in such widely separated states as -Louisiana.
Indianapolis and Pennsylvania, hurricane An-'
drey swept over western New York State today andmovm
ed northeastward down the St. Lawrence Valley.
Louisiana where the death toll stood at 161
was the worst-hit state. Most victims there died of drown'
ing, but poisonous water moccasins were menacing refu refu-gees;
gees; refu-gees; they had caused one death. :
At least eight persons were killed in Illinois end rP
diana as tlood water continued the'r rampage down mid
west bottoms in the aftermath of torrential rains.-
( As the storm oassed Buffalo late last ninhf- fh Uvef
. - - w -s t Ji
of Lake Erie rose three feet in a half hour.
Coco Solito Will
To U, Si Army
The Uwnslte ef Cm Solit
n the Atlantic aide will be
transferred from the Navy t
VS. Army JuriadJcUoai e Jt
iy I it was learned today. :
Tb more marks another
step in the Navy's recent de deactivation
activation deactivation program aimed at
reducing;' several of their In Installations
stallations Installations U "maintenance
basts" on It, and closing down
or transferring ethers.
Clergym en Are Misfits, Hate Jobs Ex-Minister
NEW YORK, June 2 UP A
former Methodist -minister who
quit after IS years in the pulpit
said today toe many clergymen
are misfits and toe many eengre-
gstions expect their pastors to be
supermen. ,, ,,-James
James ,,-James B. afeofe said most mis
fits find it difficult to-leave the
ministry eve though they would
be much better off seilinf ears.
Gov. A. B. (Happy Chandler ofi washing windows, or -working in
Kentucky today became the first factories.' v
man ta iclare his candidacy for. When some-ministers have seen
tne presidency, in I960. .. -
what olariac a "roic" did te their
souls, be said, they have eommit-l
Moor criticixed the "grinding
ChandW. M. said be was avail-
I able for the Democratic nomina-1
tioa. 'Hr "io sought the nomiaa-1 adherence to convention
I Uoa in 1958. (church aa society demand ef
- J elergymeii. He said many Protes-
Tbe former baseball com-tants have a "ndicuious, twn hi-
m i ciinMSf Am l i m rvi .r lsotv 4i erf A K-iMtt1 kA fJarh lit al mini tven
w-Jl arrive lUr in July, and DT..b.fnrv he sailed for Israel. He rs s(rrpoed to be.
JT!s A. Pf-il, Brand jTil.:M id h wouH have more t sayj He Pretesfants ere wiak- 1
t,iers.ty. er Missouri,: tSout his political future after aei lt seNtehres ef mmitter
arrive ia tvytenber.
tan piety, Victorian prudery and
pieus moralism In tne pvlfit,
giving them a chance te act like
nermal human beings enly in
the privacy el trnlr ewn hemes.
"The average Protestant con congregation
gregation congregation is highly suspicious of
really intelligent preaching, or of
preaching as an art." Moore said,
in an article to Harper's maga maga-stoe
stoe maga-stoe on "Why Young Ministers Are
Leaving the Cbwch.-
"The truth is, the average Pro-i
testant church in America is
scared to death ef ideas. .really
food preaching ia too 'stuck up or
too 'highbrow' for 90 per cent of
mnsie or the theater or write ar
ticles and books, Moore said. A
minister should not be seen at the
movies too often, if at all. he said.
"If he smokes or likes a glass
of wine at Thanksgiving or Christ Christmasbeware!"
masbeware!" Christmasbeware!" Moore said. "That
is the equivalent of committing
adultery with' the choir director."
Moore, 38, is the son of Ameri
cas missionaries ta Korea. He quit
the ministry four years ago after
serving so pulpits ia New York,
Ohio and Hawaii. k.
He bas bee a director of rtligreus
Meer said many yewng men
beeetn minister became their
father were mini dors and "that
we th enly prefaseien their
parent ga them e chance to
B is far more difficult lot mis
fits to get out of the ministry than
it Is for them to quit ether pro-
fessiona," Moor wrote.
.aome muiuters plainly hate
their )ob. I hat knwa ministers
who despised people ia genersl
and their congregation la parti particular,
cular, particular, who had be interest la t-
Wasbington observers said this
morning that the remnants of
hurricane Audrey were moving
northeastward down the St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Valley at about 40 m.p.h.
The UJS. Weather Bureau said
gusts as high as 65 m.p.h were
expected in some areas in the
As the storm blew across Lake
Erie late last night, the level of
v. iv vas raisprl snut
LuU Jo. N.Y.
Sixty-mile-an-hour 'winds lash
ed Canton and Stony Fort. Pa
and heavy rains fell throughout
the South Atlantic Coast region
and the Gulf Coast states,
; Montgomery, Ala., received
over an inch and a half of rain
from 8 p.m. (CST) to midnight,
to bring the 24-hour totai of
rainfall on that city to nearly 4
t Rain and t h u n d e rstorms
branching out from hurricane
Audrey were forecast for the At
lantlc Coast states today, with
heaviest rain In northeastern
New York and southern New
From Indianapollc, Ind., came
reports that cities were Isolat Isolated,
ed, Isolated, water supplies contaminat contaminated,
ed, contaminated, roads submerged, bridges
ripped away at their founda foundations,
tions, foundations, and many families
homeless In Indiana and Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. Up to 18 inches of rain
was disgorged In certain sec sections.
At least eleht persons were
killed and another was believed
drowned In weather connected
disasters, certain areas had de deployed,
ployed, deployed, so many men to all-night
operations that up-to-date fig
ures on the oeatn ton couia not
The Indiana National Guard
set up headquarters at the state-
house here to centralize control
of v flood operations. Further
north, flood waters Inundated
the schoolhouse at Tipton where
families had fled to escape the
rising waters. They were eva evacuated
cuated evacuated from the schoolhouse and
taken to the armory for safety, j
la scattered areas througn
central Indiana, Army ducus
cruised throueh the night in
search of victims of the rams.
Some of the crews were forced
to return whea their vessels be began
gan began to snag o submerged obsta
Beams from candles ana nana)
La., said that waters of' the
hurricane-generated tidal wave ."'
that almost destroyed the tiny 7
fishing town of Cameron, La.,
had receded slowly, permitting
rescue workers to search for
possibly more victims of a dU
saster that already has claim claimed
ed claimed 161 lives,
'An arly morvirif i- J 1
Cameron' sain -'U.--.
tia.,,ei i. i.k I a ru....
miles 011V of the village. L ;
and -trucks began carrying t
injured nd" dead to a fioodei
highway and loaded them en
barges for the long voyage ta
Lake Charles. -;H ,r-
. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Hen Henry
ry Henry Reld said L00O rescue work workers
ers workers were on hand at Cameron to
help in cleanup, operations. Offi Officials
cials Officials at Lake Charles planned te
send bulldozers on ; barges ts
Cameron at dawn.1
Although the death toll at
Cameron and other communitlM
on the Louisiana coast was fixed
at 161, more bodies., may be
found when, bulldozers stark
scraping up the debris left tv
hurricane Andrey, first storm cf
Cameron, a thin string cf
houses on the Gulf Coast, caught
tne naraest blow of the second
worst hurricane in almost 23
years. v t
Most of the dead were drown drowning
ing drowning victims, but ethers died in
a docen different, ways. -One,
the child ef Mrs. : Stephen
Broussard of. Pecan Island,
died from the bite ef a poi poisonous
sonous poisonous snake washed ashore
by Andrey. -
- Mrs. Broussard lost three thlU
dren by drowning and bad to
watch the fourth die from the
snake's poison because there was
no medical help, she was treat
ed for shock in a hospital at Ab
Deputy sheriff Henry Little cf
Lake Charles, on returning ta
Lake Charles from Cameron, said
vicious water moccasins con
stantly threatened survivors of
the storm and rescue workers.
He said many persons had bei
bitten by the poisonous snakes
which had been, stirred up by V
'.-... .. '"'7- .':,
Ham radio operators, earner-
flashlights pierced the eight and, on's only communication wifv
flickered above the waters at
nearby Stout Field wnere state
police were coordinating opera
tions. Waters from Big Eagle
erlr had sDread -into the city
and knocked out 1 power in the
Reports (rem Lake cnancs.
life and aa instructor in pbiloso- dsas r books or preaching, who
phy end religion at Mount Unioa'bad no talent whatsoever for lead-
Coiiege. AiHance O., for the last
four years but at the present time
Moor said Protestant ministers
today are required to ioia Rotary,! is tourinz the Soutirwes in a trait-
subscribe to a minister's manual er with his wife snd two rkiMren.
and the Reader's Direst, joini A friend ia A"anre tt.d Moore
community ergsnizstions and be rvisned from the cr;ie Jsst frrH
Back In Jail r
A recently released convict was
beck in Balboa Jail today, facing
twe charf e. i
He u t sbie.ooctaies, is, woe
was picked early this morning
d people and whe Knew aU.tn uapw, a 11 srougnt 1 ue
this. - v police station.
"Yet they stuck to the ministry.) Gonxslez had been deported frem
Tf .... tm .k -(. ihm mm- tim rnl 7am amA mrrm tmm
swer Biirri well be that Jhey pr-rw charges of returning after de-M vn "f4 room. r.s
and bondage portitioe and ef committing a pe-i ,na rm-rTr-D'lrr P''-"
the outside world, said bodies r f
victims were stacked 1 the i
house ufitll they could be mcv 1
to Lake Charlea.
The operators said search ra ratios
tios ratios forged through the p.'.c
darkness early this momiaj ar ar-temptlng
temptlng ar-temptlng to reach a house i
Grand Chenier, IS miles east r r
Cameron where 15 persons w
reported stranded with the t -les
of 17 others who had dr c -ed.
Iajured victims of the hu-r.
cane were brought 1 on Lr. i
throughout the night to
courthouse, one ot the Iw t
log left standing ia Came:
Power generators were t
in the three-story court
They furnished enough 1!;
the courtroom. row, ah'
svsilabl as public speaker t rcirg od is planniag to g backof aa outwardly impeeM. rol t tit Verceny after a previoua pem-i earme eunng we r
any time. Ministers are frewaea co.ier lor trtiaitg a teachici the iriemntT and xreeaoa ef be- tertiary eonvietiwt. cue pans roamea
by reeuirina rhem t mis Pvr. ten they are istrtod la art,iLteratura
traiaicg ia teaching the mteewity and freedeai ef be-terfiary eonvietiws.
ting U&aaMlv." H wi3 be n4 iixUy.
SATURDAY, JUNE 23, l:J
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I -Mxt day- UtMia ar publlahad ta-th order received.
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: IdeMiry t letter writer. It held In ttrlett eonfldeiiee.
J; Thh newipeper anumet n reeponilplllty far atatementi or pinions
v rtad in letters from reader.
THE MAIL BOA
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
: 'there Is no question that
t The first day of summer
f mind back to 1888 When I first linlsned my ias
t KaUway of Mexico to the Tropic of Cancer, and with a little
r :. rf ioT-i u. mn t.mrir-t,o running spring
I and established Chertmoya water
track a post leading "lTopico
r Seven-Day Bentley. in charge
service, and made me inp uiruugn.iiew w -push
the line to connect with the Southern line. -Pour
' months later the connection was made and X, was
ailed back to Mexico City to make the timetable and estabush
standard rules. Was told to report next morning at 6 and rouna
that something had gone wrong, for they had let the first train
i. jt i., juho. tvirnuirh nvpr curves the engine COUtu
; not take. Trouble was a three-driver
' m ti J tm ti
' and they Hid. They were high
I put in the whole week listening for a new rheumatic rem-1--v
rartiA hut etiii usine theBame old salici-
l late of soda my father used a hundred years ago. He being the
i -li.. fh. hif Hrn nrsoMtionem with a diDlotna. he got
2 aU the new remedies to try out. put cascara corthe market for
Parke it Davis over 80 years ago, and I was the first victim and
using It yet.
' bur tornadoes slipped up and destroyed Fargo, South Dakota,
J but are back with us hitting a few places and doing some dam-
age. Tropical storms should crowd them out soon. Plenty of
accidents of ail kinds this weekend with highway in the lead.
2 Going at full speed limit, the man behind you wants to pass
and dont know why. It looks clear as far as you can see, but
I who knows what's on the other side, of the hill.
L Af .riln nn aonlrln In nlrt OnrffftS I SWOre I WOUld never
take another, but had to give In last week, and, by gosh, it
helped. If the pain doesn't let up, and Gabriel Henter doesn t
find a new remedy, may try them again this week.
00R6AS PATIINT COMPLAINS
Kindly permit me space in your widely read column, to make
some eriticism regarding the behavior of some of the maids
employed in the OBOYN section of Oorgas Hospital.
! You will agree with me that this is a highly-rated institu-
' tlon in the Americas, and if the authorities don't do something
' about this condition, it will soon lose its prestige.
' oafMn i milt, tn tVim innH.f itinp i niirrftlinff and. above
J-All, thi Indecent and profane
WhanSin Is clek and enter
verythinf good;4ncluding quietude and jJecency. Four language
tfoes not;agrecwith verybody, vm -1,?
J understand that there is a "Nursing Aid" class In progress
tn this' institution, and if these girls are not intelligent enough
, to take the course, they should at least be taught to respect
others if not themselves.
I W are birds of one feather, but certainly do not flock to to-,
, to-, fether.
' A Patient.
MS M3 CONTAFLEX
Bell & Howell
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H o P.
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the old man is slipping.
came in cool and bought my
tank. Plac ed on ewh j
to put the track to shape lor
connection with toe blind
anslna in tttit it tO MeXlCO City
speeders, but no good for short
language used by some of the
U nosolUE they are t ..ctli
Now with Built ia Exposuremeter
ZEISS PLANAR LENS F2-8 or FJ-S
Speed 11000 of second
By VICTOR ftifSIL
If I'm Cross a fruit cook by avo-
cBiiuu eiuu uresiueni 01 uie ipa&ery
and Confectionary Workers' Union
ty proieasiou. bad wraDDed him-"
self in the golden silence of the
Fifth Amendment, he would not
have been automatically booted
from the AFL-CIO.
This may come as a surprise to
many who saw Dave Beck run out
oi" labor's high command because
he refused to answer several hun
dred of Sen. John McClellan's
Behind these observations lies a
most important story which has
been overlooked in the excitement
of peering into the other fellow's
private bank accounts.
The story la in the fact that
the AFL-CIOixeeutiv Council
will expel a labor leader who
uses th Fifth only to cover up
for himself end hi personal af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Labor will not expel a un union
ion union chief who uses tb Fifth A A-mendment
mendment A-mendment to cover the ctivi ctivi-tie
tie ctivi-tie of his union.
This means that no Congressio Congressional
nal Congressional committee and no Senator can
use a hearing to really look into
the politicking ana the strike tac tactics
tics tactics of a uniou. ; i
For example, presume that a un union1
ion1 union1 gavA a political committee
$250,000 during the last presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign, as one union old.
The political committee is slow in
paying it back, as is the case in
one instance. The transaction, if
made puouc, would be emoarras emoarras-ing.
ing. emoarras-ing. But it the Senate committee
suuiiki move m oa me union dooks
and say where is the quarter of a
muiiou dollars, ana ii tne union
president takes the .Fifth on that
question, he wiu not De tnrown ou
the AFL.-CIO Executive Council,
Assume tnat a union, tnreaien tnreaien-ed
ed tnreaien-ed by tnugs, bought several thou thou-sanu
sanu thou-sanu ooiiaiu woun of guns and
holsters for its ofticisls. This did
uappeii. xne committee mignt
move -m and note that cash was
speni lor unuitea items, since no
union will put on its books the de details
tails details of tut collection ot a pnvaie
arsenal. The committee could put
tne union president on tne stand,
lie may take the Fifth to protect
his union. He will not be subject
to automatic expulsion from the
labor movement in such circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. f
Assume that there was a strike
and that during the course of the
walkout there was a 'city-wide elec election
tion election in town. The Striking union
spent tens of thousands ol dollars
in cash to elect a mayor as did
nappen but had no specific ac accounting
counting accounting of the money. The Con Con-gressioual
gressioual Con-gressioual committee moves in. Tne
union president is questioned. .He
takes the Fifth teprotect his m m-jonJSTeviH
jonJSTeviH m-jonJSTeviH not be expelled. ;?
, that the, a we a stfrta.
Mn tiHi-wn, U.S.A, and despite,
th nam of tiijr municipality, all
was not tranquil.. The. union dug
' into fts strike fund' for cash,
marked it on the books at cof coffee
fee coffee and doughnuts, end dropped
the money strategically among
a sheriff or two to make certain
that pickets weren't roughed up.
Or te tne te it that the gendar gendarmerie
merie gendarmerie was at the other end of
town if the pickets did tome
roughing up themtelve. The
committee mo vet In and ask
what happened t the cash. The
union chief take the Fifth. Ho
will not he expelled by the high
commend of labor.
Instead, all these union officials
will be called in for their day in
labor's own supreme court. They
will be asked to explain, ia the
secrecy of the high council chamb-
14th and 4th) of
Enjoy the Mutic -of
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
12 ooofl 6:00 tun.
Fata Uqaort iad Food
(sertel U arte) i,
every day t
Relax an tnjoy Yeurserf
; M :
. "J Cornfort r.:
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The President and Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower celebrate their 41st anni anniversary
versary anniversary on July 1st .As the po poets
ets poets contend, there are many ways
of saying I-love-you. And it is poe poetry
try poetry when a President says it this
way:. "When i come n o m e i
night,' Mamie will know exactly
how I feel. Shell talk about the
Intimate thlnes in our lives, like
the kids the grandchildren. She'll
keep me from getting too tense.
When General Eisenhower was
overseas during World War II,
his wife kept one of his old suits
handing in the closet with her
gowns. She ruefully confesses max
y seeing it end touching : it, Ike
seemed nearer.;' j
The more perplexing internatipV
al tensions were transcended by
the Alc breathless 'report; -thai
"the babe:wiu the Biggest outi
in British, show business crashed
the hallowed enclosure at the As Ascot
cot Ascot races." Her name is Sabrina
and the vital statistic is 41, Al
though the United Nations has ex-
eresed no oouuon on tne event,
u seems Safe to assume that sex
will retain its international popu
larity. After all, dukes, lords, Da
mn and viscounts are mate ani
mals. Besides, beauty is a form
of royalty. ;
The movie industry manufac manufactures
tures manufactures dreams. Reality, however,
never succumbs to dreamy opi opiates.
ates. opiates. The inevitable clash with il illusion
lusion illusion results In the irony of life.
Wnat if described as "incompa
tibility" in the papers II frequent
ly a searuii personal experience.
.Terry Mora, who conveys love
er in the AFL CIO national head
quarters, 'may will be questioned
by the national leaders as to what
happeneu to tne money. They will
be expected te tell the other union
sachems wny they cud wnat they
did and that they did not pinch off
a percentage ot the cash tor them
If there was no corruption, no
personal thievery, the high com
maad wui mark tne case eiosed.
All this is specifically written in
the AFL CiO code which says,
i Jt it the policy of the AFL-
CIO. .-.that if the union official
decides te invoke the Fifth Amend
ment tor his PERSONAL PRO
TECTION, and to avoid scrutiny.
into alleaed corruption on HIS
part, ho has ne right to continue
ia hold office in his union."
It does net tsy that he must
rip open his union for public scru
tiny into au oi us acavwea. i
. . .
I Royal Flea U So easy U Q
fi fust mix a sjeckasra v
jlbm tnew jove dm iot m
wtth milk, bring to a boil,
powinte a mold and cooL
To have four big portions
rood to eerre.
and passion on the screen, has
always oeeu a uveiy, pupiuar ui,
wneu sue was" a xu-year-olo ac ac-tres,
tres, ac-tres, sne played in a movie wim
victor iwkcoie. At tnat time, iwa iwa-ture
ture iwa-ture gave ner a coin ana aumon-
i&ned won a grin: "Save wis un until
til until you r ttigiueea, tnen give me
a- ouh. isouie yaia. eitts
nanaea .Mature a cow anu ueciar ueciar-eu;
eu; ueciar-eu; "ua siigauy ove' eigaeeu
tnese usys, out i aon'i have to
cau poy. Ahey cau me, j, j
Until the snaoows came, 1 if
was generally a jauttty, exwer.once
tor mmy Wamer tuii or gitr.er
and laugnrer. Mis.yilm biog cap captures
tures captures peine of tnote qualnje. Uie
cnerecrenstic Waiter Ibcko was
caution, vli 4rwsro peopie wirn
i no recKtes abandon, or man
convmcea mt mono woim tatnit.
wm wes later te tuecover : r t
unoy woren r even ir.erKs. V .J
ne bar aays, ne roauM tne,
ms tamer troquonviy triea to teacn
mm tn value ot eaution, Vvnen
no. wa youngoi neuter' ana
his wr tt 'iock or Mieep
wnuo 0.1 tram, uittnnr exoaitw-
eo; "look, f nose tneep have Vt
ooon snonioo, ms nor tfuiev
tnom orie.ry ana rnon retiooroi.
nn decision.- "a.iere .on t n i
Next fa a cola-to-the-nose, the
mosi-coiuviMUit)u-aoiuk wtiu uas
been tirsi-uigniers.' in i' a i e i
giuaea muuu was auueu uy ..ui ..ui-el
el ..ui-el Mermau. aie uuu ende Tom
vonneuy; "ou uvw wvat uu
can ao wiin tnone ursi-uiMatti.
All those cue society peopi wuu
come 10 pe seen tneoifteives ano
uoc the inow, jSooei'iu a O O U i
woo s oi wnoe nusoano, au com'
wg iaui iuu oi uiariiois kiia am
tnuse aames saying, ive gv
uvee oraceieu, uow many ii4V
you goty :
Critic John Mason Brown once
obseiveo: tnougu wit-- mgniers
talk to arcn otner tney never
mauaue to get anyuiu.a saia."
Playwright a. N. aearman-iogic-auy
expiameu;' VI uou t. aav to
go to opemngs to get a heaaache.
i don't Knowwayranyoue' goes.
1 suy nome. u ssves me, heaa
aches ana .tne compulsive poute-
ns of my inend. What always
aurpnses m u now Uie m o s t
case-hardened always succumb to
tne insincerities o. their" friends
on opening night M Helen Hayes
put k this way; "Mayo we should
get someone to establish a chair
in a university to teaca first pignt-
era hew to behave in a theatre."
The classic suencmg of a premiere
magpie happened when Alsleman
Atkinson turned to a babbler, seat seated
ed seated behind him and gallantly whis
per ea: "Those actors are making
so much noise, 1 caul hear a
word you're saying. ;
The f4,0Qe Query represents en
actounaine phenomenon con conceivably
ceivably conceivably ranking with the discov
ery of atomic energy. The ahow
eVMnonstratod that ordinary folks
orten have extraordinary .culture!
background. Tn latest Illustra
tion, of course, ts Barbara Hall
mo showgirl wno hat reached the
$12,000 plateau at a Shakespear Shakespearean
ean Shakespearean whit-' Apparently, everybody
is an export on something or
thinks he is. The bnoest at-
tract about J0,00e letters wly,Krar t,, .n(iborhood for a Na-
frotii preipettivo eontottantt- How
many contestants are actually
V picked? They're chosen at the
rat of one a week.
Hwmoritt hav gifted civiliza civilization
tion civilization with laughter a previous po po-te
te po-te tsi oar that provide temporary
refuge agauut the teroor of a
world crisu of a dreary dally ex existence.
istence. existence. And not many have done
more to enliven tkiags than
James Tnurber, who Latest hu humor
mor humor book is "The Wonderful ','
Ironically, Thurber continued lo lo-tptririf
tptririf lo-tptririf laughter while enduring a-
aoiiv.. 1 ne ; aimott-rjiina unmomi
recently wrote: "During tbe past
fifteen years lve had a nervous
breakdown, cataract, glaucoma,
rupiurea uppeuuix, periiuaitis anu
toxic thyroid. What a writer needs
is handicaps. '
Mae Tte-tung. Red Chinas Top
Dragon, confessed he had murder murder-ea
ea murder-ea tuousanas and it-was page-one
news as well as a subject for
shocked editorials. His savagery,
however, is not news. A blooay
thread runs through the fabric of
ao s uie. ilis jorst wife was mur murdered
dered murdered .by political foes. His cur current
rent current spouse is his 4th.. . .When
he led the historic 6000 mile march
about 60,000 of hi 80,000 foUow-
ers pemhed including five of his
chilorea;. ?J y, ,' i-..
A dictator is everybody's enemy
ana hit urn victims are ajwayt
a ms urn victims are afwayt
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The Tif end love of Ava Oard Oard-r
r Oard-r ir nave occupied much newspa newspaper
per newspaper ana magaiina space. Waiter
.men its ner latest loading man.
She hat followed him across two
cbntinoirfs ana an ocearw Whicn
it hardly surpriing. When av
loves, tne lovet, loves, loves. ;,
As tn explained several months
agtt I hav always been terribly
passive about peopie I lev e,
and potMhiy I smothered- them
with love, im ieajous ot every
minute tney tptia apart from me.
I want to be with them, te tee
them, to be ante to touch them
and then and only then am I hap
py, y :
Succett it capriciout, melancho
ly, joyous ana ironic, it rarely
kives wnat it promises. Tbe most
successful individuals are haunted
by insecurity waile unknowns may
have a. degree of Independence.
for security ia more emotion then
monetary. As Kirk Douglas con confesses
fesses confesses m the Satevepost: "I dont
kowtow to producers,. Even- when
I was a bum standing in line on
the Bowery to buy a cheap Salva
tion Army cieav a aidnt buddy up
te people i thought were jerks, no
matter how much good they could
do me. This is not aways the ac accepted'
cepted' accepted' way 1o get ahead. Too oft often
en often ia. the, entertainment field, the
idea persists that you can ignore
influential -ereeps only after you
have; beconu successful.
There's just one flaw In Douglas'
logic: Better than being independ
ent and poor is being independent
and rich. ; 4
Dad Forgives Hude :
GiriWho Faked j
AHack For Sympalhy
TAMPA. FU June J9 (UP)
AH was forgiven today In the case
of a 16 year-old girl, angry with
her parents,, who stripped nude
and claimed she had been attack attacked
ed attacked by a man police first thought
was a sex maniac, it turnea out
to be a hoax.
The girl was found by her father
Wednesday,' nude. bound, gagged
and supposedly bestca, when he
returned home to lunch. Police
gre man, acting on the girl's sto story.
ry. story. r ; "I
But after an afternoon of Inter Interrogation,
rogation, Interrogation, it was revealed that the
girl made up the whole story, be be-cue,
cue, be-cue, -as detectives put it, "she
wanted some tympthy." Her par parents
ents parents had made her break a date.
The girt, who else scratched and
bruised herself to mike her story
sound concrete, wt hosprtabied
but medical authorities said her
injuria, were "not serious."
Her father eoDapted at the bo bo-pittl
pittl bo-pittl when she told him of the al alleged
leged alleged attack and it took two doc-
tors to revive him.
WASHINGTON The new con-
servauve government of Canada is
going to Present soma real Droh-
leins lor tne united States. The
1 - . ....
first may be the diversion of the
loiumoia Kiver in Canada so part
of it doesn't flow into. Washington
Xbe Columbia Is the hlpppsf in.
suuin vi eietmc power iq tne
far West, and the Canadians pro
pose to tunnel their portion of this
water off through British Columbia
to the Pacific Ocean before it gets
to the American border. v
In ebb Seasons this mi eh t Ipbv
the giant Grand Coulee dam in
Washington looking about as emn-
iy as a Mexican Duuugntmg ring
on a monaay morning, in tbe flood
season it wouldn't affect American
power from the Columbia. How-
development of northwest power
id in juiure.--
There are three reasons for A'
1. Under a treaty which we forc
ed on Canada in 1909, each coun
try nas -exclusive Jurisdiction and
control over tne use and diversion.
whether temporary or permanent.
ot au water on its side of the line."
Thus Canada ; can divert the Co
lumbia and we can't do a thing m
tne .world about it except howl.
Z. The Elsenhower adminlstra
tion has been so slow about dig
cussing joint K plans for control of
tne Columbia tnat. tne Canadians
had already appropriated $250,000
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LV lUUJ' U1B UlVCfBtVU 1UUUC1.W
3. it was the Liberal government
of Premier St. Laurent which soft-
pedaled the Conservative British
Columbia provincial government
from diverting the Columbia. Now
uie pro-American uDerais are out
and the Conservatives are in pow power.
. f- .''-hfi' v -'"--..-;..: j
IKE'S MAN' GOBS SLOW
'...1, 'ft if '-;'('....
Part of the problem has been the
vigorous opposition of : American
private utilities to supplying more
water power to government dams
at Bonneville and Grand Coulee.
Built during the Roosevelt admin
istration, these i dams nave been
fought by the. private utilities ev.
ery inch of the way. The cattle is
now continuing over Hells Canyon.
Canada and the United States
were supposed to get together to
regulate the Canadian flow of the
Columbia, so as to get more us of
the spring floods which hurtle
down to the sea when Canadian
snowslijnelt In the Rockies.. But
more -Water in the Columbia would
mean more electricity for govern government
ment government power; projects : on the Co Columbia;
lumbia; Columbia; so the private '"utilities
have used their influence witn tne
Eisenhower administration to hold
This was tenlna ikfu appoint-
ment or-ra-uov jotoib w i-
rlaho to the -International i. Joint
Commission ; which deals with wa
ter regulation between, the United
States and Canada, Jordan Is a
stanch opponent of public power
and a stanch friend of the private
utilities. He has even made speech
after speech attacking Bonneville
Dam, considered by most people
as a great boon to northwest in industry.
dustry. industry. ' ' '
- "Havirig him in charge of our
negotiations with Csnada," com comments
ments comments Sen.-Richard Neuberger (D,
Ore.K "is like having a mountain
lion suard a herd of sheep."
As a result of American dilly
dallying, the Canadian delegate on
the International Joint Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, Gen. A. G. L. MacNaughton,
persuaded Parliament to appro appropriate
priate appropriate $250,000 to study the diver diversion
sion diversion tunnel to divert Columbia Riv River
er River water under cart of the Rockies
over to the Ftaser River, whichl
flows Into the Pacific.
This would be a boon to British
Columbia industry, now growing by
leaps and bounds. It has been de demanding
manding demanding more power.-
And Uie provincial, government
of ;Britub Columbia, the Social
Credit party which actually ia to
the right of the newly elected Con
i Tbe'.. ie'
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1- ee -waw
state flower : DOWN
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servative party in Ottawa, has been
held back heretofore by the Lib-,
eral government. )
Now the Liberals are out.: So,
wi(h feeling running strong a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the U.S.A., a lot of trouble ;
could develop for us on the Colum Columbia.,
bia., Columbia., -', 1 1
CANADIAN ORE TEAM '"
The astonishing defeat of Cana
da's strong man, Trade Minister
C. D. Howe, will be a blow to sec-.
retary of the Treasury G e o r g e
Humpnrey. tiowe anu numpnrey
worked hand-in-glove to develop
Labrador's iron ore for the Un Uncontrolled
controlled Uncontrolled Iron Ore Co. of Canada. ; :
; Humphrey's M.A. Hanna Co. is ;
a co-owner of Iron Ore of Canada,
and the C. D. Howe Co. was an '-
engineering consultant to this op- ;
eration. Howe, himself, has no di direct
rect direct interest in this concern, but ,;
members of his family are large
stockholders.; !W:y,i"-f -Mi ;
Another olace where the mter-s
ests of Howe and Humphrey came ;
together was in Algoma Steel, in
which M. A. Hanna has a sub-
atantial interest. Howe was turstee)
of the estate of Sir James Dunn, e
large stockholder in Algoma Steel, y
Two aooointees of the Senate
Government Operations Committee
who owed their Jobs to the lata
Senator McCarthy wrote the reso
lution offering condolence to ms
widow and praising- McCarthy.
They are Richard O'Melia ( and
Anne Grichas. Only member of the
committee who would not sign was
Sen. Margaret Chase smun pr
Maine, She said, 'I am certainly
willing to offer condolences to the
Senator's widow, but I win not put
mv name to an eulogy of him.
That would make me appear,
hypocrite, since I voted for the
censure resolution.'. .Republics?
Congressmen whisper that presi president
dent president Eisenhower is slipping in ppp ppp-ularity.
ularity. ppp-ularity. They base' it on the in increasing
creasing increasing anti Eisenhower mail
that floods their offices-Congress-,
man Frank Bow (R.t Ohio) ;yen
tnnlr hit Aivn. tMlll. H Sent OUt 85,-
000 questionnaires to voters in his
tita tu,n tn nn lARt-vear. Of the
25,000 replies he got back, one of
every five said" ha would switch
his vote if the presidential flec flections
tions flections were ; held today. Hundreds
more wrote in that they a vote ior
TV a .on in hut not because they still
like him. They simply like Adlai -Stevenson
less, they said. .as a
result, of this -shifting sentiment,
many GOP Congressmen are ig-;
noring Ike's threat to support
those who support his policies....
GOP leaders admit "privately that
they dont have a prayer of win winning
ning winning the Senate and only a slight
cnance-M capturing ane uu.o u
the 1953 congressional elections.!
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Many easeg Involving palpita palpitations
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aid that stomach acids ere creating
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on the heart. This is zrequenuy uie
cause of difficulty tn hrea thing ana
harp name which are Mt .
Whather a eerton U young or Ola.
the formation of stomach gass te
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( INTERNATIONAL GIRL SCOUT CHIEF Mrs, Alan H.; Means; chairman of the World Association of Girl Scouts and Girl Guides, is shown with representa representatives
tives representatives of the Muchachos Guiajs, International Scouts and Canal Zone Girls Sc outs. Mrs. Means visited the Isthmus last week. : ' t
Panama Merchants Donate Prizes
For: Fourth Fund-Raising Dance
" Mrs. Alan H. Means, en route
? to the world conference being
held'- In Brazil, 4 stopped over
Briefly in Panama last weeK.
A coffee was eiven In her hon
J or at Hotel El Panama by the
Canal Zone Girl Scouts, Interna;
j. tional Girl Scouts an Mucna.
I Mrs. Means is "a former presU
: dent of the. National Board of
.. Those nresent were Mrs. Vir-
gmia Townsena,,Mrs. H. pnn-
dips, Mrs. Boy Perkins,' Mrs,
Means, Mrs. Anita KUne, 'Mrs.
;i "James Healey,' Miss Egla Good-
' -en, Mrs.' Camilo Chapman, Mrs
wary carter,- Mrs. virgini nar-
Der, Mrs. J oseiiia -Arias, 1 jwrs.
William 'Arey.i and Mrs. Dorothy
y i ,' i 1
Brownie Day Campv (
At Port Gulick r '
, Camp Tea Trees, the- Atlantic
. Area's Brownie day camp, open-
ed this week' at the Fort Gulick
' Protestant Chapel : with more
than 63 girls In attendance. vvw.i
j h ' 1
The Brownie) day camp, an an-
nual event for girls s e v en
' through ten years of age,
Girl Scout Council and features
sponsored by the Canal Zone
Panama; merchants have don
ated more than CO door prizes to
be eiven away at the;Pourth of
July fund raising dance at Fort
Amador Saturday night.
' Emmett Zemer, co-chairman
fit the Pacific side independence
pay. celebration committee,' to today
day today released a list of prizes and
the names or tne oonora.
Zemer. who pointed out the
committee still is short $1,500 of
its TM.OOO goal, also announced
the. receipt of, a donation which,
he said, "warmed the cockles of
It "was a 10 "dollar bill turned
over to him by George A. Ber Ber-nal.
nal. Ber-nal. 82. a retired Panama Canal
employe who worked In the Zone
during the construction period.
Bernal, a British West Indian
who is now a naturalized Ameri
can, now uyes in Panama. J f :
' ,The .committee has obligated
itself to buvlns tl.200 worth of
f lrewqrks 1 and more than $900
worth of favors for children.
Zemer said a number of tick tickets
ets tickets to the fund-raising t dance
which will be held at the Fort
Amador, American ,.; Legion club
t.m ar available. Each ticket
Vins, loses Rulings
In ConfCnipf Cases
WASHINGTON, June 28 Wh-
cost $1 and' each ticket is, good
for the door prize drawing. You i
ao nm nave mj pe pseseni at me'A federal judge .yesterday reaf
arawmg to win. firmed one of his1 contemnt of Con-
A list of door prizes and the gress findings against playwrieht
Arthur wuier, nut set aside a grz-
ond count, s '!.,
Colgate-Palmolive, $100 Jn
merchandise; Destlladora Nacio Nacio-nal,
nal, Nacio-nal, one case of assorted liquors;
W.; T, Lum one Chinese shop shopping'
ping' shopping' basket; Carlos Eleta, Taba Taba-calera
calera Taba-calera Istmefta, 30. cartons ; of
cigarettes: r Cia.' Diers and tjll-
rich, IS cases of soft drinks and
one-half case of whisky; Mercu Mercu-rto.
rto. Mercu-rto. Sterllnz Silver Blatter: Felix
a. Maauro, on yaraiey set; Ba
zaar Hindustan, pair of Chinese
lamp lioldersj t,, Fw Glud, ladies
traveling bag; Motta's, tea set;
Nat. v Mendez, silver u platter:
Shaw's, Bohemian Decanter; Co.
Cyrnos: case of whiskey ; Casa
FastUch',.ttea' set;zig Zag.
yards of ladles dress material;
kP. Jhanglmal y Hno., ladles eve
ning nana oag; pniiippme Hai
nan, lounging chair; Heurte-
mans ana vo-, -iu i" mercnau-
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
Miller had been convicted by
Judge Charles F. McLaughUs May
31 on' two' counts; 1
Today McLaughlin set aside the
guilty verdict on the second count
on the .basis of a recent Supreme
Court' ruling in a similar, case.
Miller has not been sentenced
yet. 1 '
But affirmation of one of the
-two findings still makes him sub
ject' to a maximum penalty-, oi
,Ws fine and one year in jail.,
McLaughlin acted after hearing
arguments yesterday on a motion
for acquittal of Miller. Defense
counsel Joseph L. Rauh Jr. ar argued
gued argued that the Supreme Court's
June 17 decision laying down new'
rules for congressional investigat investigators,
ors, investigators, reauired setting aside the ori
ginal Miller verdict
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j Opening lead 8
Feud Over Delayed
handicraft projects games, sing-f WAsHINGTON June 7UP) 7UP)--
- 7UP)-- lg, and cookouts for the Pa-Ch,irman Graham ABarden (D-
Some of theTlftfldleraffproj theTlftfldleraffproj-4ects
4ects theTlftfldleraffproj-4ects undertake by : thls year's
Brownie campers are slt-upons
cusnions maae.. rrom .. weavea requests.
newspapers enclosed m. m pii pii-tic
tic pii-tic covering keyboards -td hang
keys on;. shoe-buttoiT Jewelry
and flower pins. .:. ;
N C.Y of the 'HouseuXabor com committee
mittee committee publicly accused LaborSec-
retary James' Miieneu yrsier yrsier-day
day yrsier-day of undue and unnecesary de
lays In answeruig -congressional
quests. if 1 w 'i
Mitchell retorted nat Barden'i
committee has failed 4o take ac action
tion action on' a tong series of adminis administration
tration administration labor bills. .' ;"
Barden reprimanded Mitchell
for firing "one broadside h blast
after another at this committee
and its chairman.'? He .said Mitch
ell should 1 communicate ; durecuy
with k the ''committee v ana not
. Each day the girls spend over
' an hour and.-; a half playln?
games, singing songs and danc dancing.
ing. dancing. The highlight of. the week-
lnnff t enrnmnmAnt. will hi a
.ki.v ii.; U.1 thrnimh nimnaiwr headlines1 ,JV
. UUllliK -W1UU1 LUC KAlO ""UMtl" I r 1
w ill luaa, xivv uvo auu iuiuou-
. Camp Ten Trees Is conducted
for. girls wha are members of
Atlantic ;Areai Brownie troops.
, ana a supervisea oy Brownie. wiHHl ',, n,rA hv heen
leadersr and members of .-local
lruuiiiK lui iiivuiuo wvxa
' The exchange took place in a
hearing room where Mitchell had
been called jtor the second day to
testify on a bill to require public
disclosure of the operations of u-
W,.0,!ninn WPlfar funds, -v J
Brownie r -zv.i ,,
' miiuieu lira oaruen
Atlantic Area Girl Scout 00?.,-
This year's day camp .lasted. Barden fead of ar serie
enly one week. It closed today
with a special nroeram for the
participating girls and their
toarents at the Port Gulick Prot
estant Chapel. The closing pro-
. gram ieaiurea local entertain
series: off re
quests he had made to Mitchell
for reports on pending legislation.
In e,ach case, the request was
made in early 1955, the report was
dated a month or so later, and
Barden said the report was not re-
ment as wen as skits planned by i ceived by him until a year or more
the partlclpaUng Brownies. ; latter the report was dated. j,
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1 0; 40THE PERIL OF; THE SUPERFICIAL" v
Much of church work never arrives at anything spiritualty
important. Sham and the superficial are seen everywhere;
, will you dare to test your brand of Christianity
, aV: with the Bible? '.'...'J.'..,
Dr. Jack McOorman of FL Worth, Texas, will be speaking on'
; -..--v The Church and Its Training Union."
7:30 PRIYILEDGES AND RESPONSIBILITIES -OF
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- Christ is the rock upon which the church is built, and those
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Finsr CAPTIST CHURCH
A St. Petersburg. Fla.. reader
wanif w Know just now bad nis
two club Wd was. He writes in
part, "i sure looked silly when
North and South barged right
into game ana wrapped It around
my neck. If I had kept still they
were saie in one spaae."
As you can see Xrom locking
at tne car as, rour spades was a
laydown. South lost the spade
imesse ana tne heart and dia
mond aces but that was all ,.
'The problem of whether tor
not to compete after the biddint
has aiea at a low level Is one bf
the most difficult to f ace the
'la piy oplnloh hiost players fall
to reopen, when they ahoultL far
more orten man tney reopen un
soundly and In general I like to
reopen the bidding with any rea.
sonaoie excuse, j have a tenden tendency
cy tendency to believe my opponents: and
any time .they stop at one spade
like to trust, their Judgment
and assume that they, don't have
a game. ... ;
t However, I do not think this
particular East had any reason reasonable
able reasonable excuse to reopen the bid bidding.
ding. bidding. I admit that, game fori
North and South did not seem
likely but I don't see what pos possible
sible possible good to his side could come
from nis two-club bid.
' West had opened the bidding
but had been unable to rebld.
East held exactly four high card
points and the- deadly dull 4-3-3-3
distribution. if his side
played the band he could not
expect his partner to make
much and If the opponents rebld
East should have realized that
everything was going to break
well for them.". I
He had nothing to ain by his
bid and everything olose.
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1 5 aJBw
ek. oaoa taJtsw a,
dtiae P.Ma; aasl Calan. EaaukRe Psnaeaa, tteae'
t all ftaM tt) ae sad Mm ar rae araeee eemw -aatf
hbera. friaaat aae) straaaar.
Aa pablir aerviae, rha Tka Paaaasa Aaaarkaa lur aataw, sy
ataaamiaatiafit. aaticaa af haure at warship ad ethar nf alar acfWiHas.
MsHats era ravatssl frani tiaaa ra tiaaa. Oeaamiaatiaiu) aviasj
aetly ana rwa caafafatiaa ara lisrae) mndmt "OthP ChartKas Aaa
Serv-as" A special littiiif inclaSaa far earvisae a Army peers.
A.'i Frrcr Wasas and Naval stariaae.
Mirjistera. chwcfe taeratarlas ana chaplaias are asked a Mara,
tka news aatk ia wriliat hy Waaaasa'ay aaaa a the lataet al aay
changes for tka camiafl Saturday' ckurck pat.
EBKNKZKK MtTHOUlSI CHURCH
Rainbow uhj. ,,
Rev. Samuel Walden, Minister
Sunday Services S a m. and a:l a.ra.
uriday School feir all ages at :30 p.m
v 'Tour Invitation To Worship."
TiiMHlav 1 n.m Pravw Vetln
CHKIbltM aCMNCa. J-BUBCHKS
lrst Church ol Christ. Scientist Ancoi
Set) Ancon Boulevard.
.Sunday 11:00, Wednesday i:0 am
Sunday School g:30 a.m
IrsTLhurch el Chrisi, bcientlsi, Crtstoba.
Utb Street Bohvai Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday S:00 p.m.
12HolyaDM Msmes: tft t:0ft 11:45 ajn
'"Coniiom: Saturdv. IM Utm
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thui-sday. before
"RESSi MN'ov' rOO p.m
""cSlffl'- !.. the .:. mam
High Scnooi biuu w w
ACRED HEART Aneoa
s.,nri.v Masses: 5:55. 7:30 :3U a.m.
Holy Day masses: 5:55 a.m.
an J 5:00
P-m- .... tin in iftO and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. inureuaj m.u.
PIHav 7 '00 n m.
7:00 p sa. en
1:15 ta : PJB. on
OUR LADV OF FATIMA Cnrunia
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Coniossions: 6:00 to :5 p.m. on Sat.
Catechism Class: Saturday 1:30 to
ST. JOSEPH Paralae
Sunday Massea at 7:00 and 1:15 s.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to M and
6:30 to 7:30. ,M A.m
Catechism tiaaa i suiunj
P Mlraeuloua Medal Novenal
ST. VINCENT'S Pans aa City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses: 8:30 and 3:00 p.m.
(It it falla on Saturday the Massee are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
suhirdav 1:00 to 5 KM and
f7K)0 to 8:00 pro, Tbursdava befortje; lrH
Miraculous i cui -Hnn.
Zct the Cross: Friday 7:00 p rn.
V-.i.hl Claaa: After $O0 DM an
Convert uar n..
ST. THERESA'S CoeeB
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m,
Hnlv Dav Mass: 6:00 BJn. (It M nils
Catechism wiassi jj
Monday. ...-... a.md..
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DR I .A SALLE
Sunday Masses: :30 and 8:3 SJm.
SrJlw r.. M- :30 Mon.. Thurs.
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 6 M a.nv
Holv Day Massea: 6:00 am to W)
Confessions: :S0 to :S0 and 70 to
- n Bsliirdfl
B:uu p.m. .tvM. 1-O0
UlrnrlllrUla ll(all n wveaases .
"catechism Class: S:S0p i.m. ""Junday
ai. rHEBESeS La Beea
Convert Class: Monday 7 30 p.ra-
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am.
ifSTturd to 70 p m
Thursday before FirMMda, 6 P..
Catechism tiaaa: j. '"fji or
Sacred Heart Hovena: 7:00 Pm. or
''Convert Classi 6:10 pm on Thursday
ST. JOSEPH S Celea
Sunday Masses: S:43 I
Holy Day Masses: 8:45 and 6 a.m
"conSetiSnT: Saturday 4:00 to 80 and
'uioWedal Hoy Wedrda,
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 J
Convert Clsss: 7:15 p.m. en Mondays
Catechism Clsss: Sunday 10:11 mm. to
11 -45 am. 3:00 p.m. to : y.m.
First Frldsy-Expositlon of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Beposiiion
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday uevoiiona w y"
First Communion lmt ructions forchil forchil-Unmim
Unmim forchil-Unmim and Thursday ve
T OO p m.
r I.. ya. a eo and l se a m
C IK n am
1st "Me o.m. siw
Confessions: Saturday 4 to 8-0 end
lltltn. After nnsary eacn rr
Miraculous Medal Novenal
7 ttM mm an. iiondar.
Cstrhlro Class: After 8 Mssa oe
Firat Friday txpoailioai ail mmj a,
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 8
HOLT FAin.T CHl'ECTt la MargarHa
Sunday Masses: I tJ. II s u.
Viral katurdsy Mass: 6 e a m
Wakds passes: 6-0 am
Sa.urday .. 7 "Of e m U t a m
Miraculeu Medal Novena 7 S am
Holv Day Masses: 7 J am. 8:15 p m
Confession ... 1:45 am to M mm
Parish Family Rosary and
Disruaaion Inquiry Croup 730 pm
1st- Friday Devottone ... T-a p.m
1st. Saturday Devotion .. 7)pm
st. riNCFjrrm tuiaw
6 J em and tt
ataaseei 6 em end 6
( artless or: 4
IS) b ) sad I) k
t a a aa Saturday
raterhism Oass: ta as a m est annas
Com i ai I Oasa every Monday at la
MireevtoH Medet Havana I t ft
ea Tm essay,
ftecud Maori Bsi assi I) am
FefTe ACVLA TE rOMCFrnOH ti4aa
Mam: Sd am
tkm Cutmi Zaaa, rae taraaSMl
Hnlv Dav Mass: 5:00 .ra.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:00 pm. ea Sat Saturday.:
urday.: Saturday.: CatePhlsm Class- 4:00 n.m on Monday
OUR LADV OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 a.m. and t:0C
Confessions Saturday at 70 p.m and
alter all evening devotions.
Baptisms ty appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7.-00 DJti.
Sacred Heart Novenal 7i00 p.m on
Sunday school: 8:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Relieioua Instruction Class for Chil.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con.
ducted in Spanish): 7:00 pm on Mon.
convert Instruction by appointment.
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Geedea, S.T D,
The Very Rev. Malnsrt J. Petersen,
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST.
J:30 a m holy Communion.
8:30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sun Sunday;.
day;. Sunday;. 8:30 a.m Church School.
8:45 s m. Escuela Dommical.
11.00 a iu. Itforning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion. (First Sun Sunday).
day). Sunday). 7:00 pro.. Lvening Prayer and Sermon
4:30 a m. Holy Communion.
7 :00 pro Evening Prayer.
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
8:30 a m Holy Communion.
8:15 am. Morning Prayer. T
12:00 Mii-da Missionary Prayers. k
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Chare-a
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Family Prayer and
Church School 9:30 a.m
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer 4t Sermon 11.00 a.m.
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each month)
Holy Communion t:00 a.ra.
Chapel ef The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest la Chan
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
au tti rL. k.
The RevT John Spear, Priest in Chairgf
-Choral Eucharist and Ss
man 7:00 a.m.
Church School 1:00 p.m.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 am.
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 8:0 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 1M p.m.
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:0 am
Morning Prayer 100 a.m.
Evening Prayer IMta.
Family Eucharist I'M a.m.
Office of Complin 1:00 pm.
at Pstar'a Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon :
Evensong and Address ....
10 :S a m
7 M pm
1M p es
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion t:00 am.
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. U B. Shirley. Priest ta Charge
I 30 am. Holy Communion.
Church ef St Marpret
Espav and Braros Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Redet
7:3 8.m. Hely Communion
t:45 am Church School
11:00 am. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
1:30 a m. Holy Communion.
Chapel mt Oar Savlear
1:30 am. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allaa R. Weatt,
Priest la Charge
The Rev. Pavid A. Osberae,
I -OS a i. Cherat Euehartat
t:3 am Infant Baptism.
1 a n u. Church hocl
)hid T BulWini I31i
i ve am YeuUi Fellowship
f Sj in. Evessann and Adores.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i jm dm. Woman a Auxiliary and
ta UuiM Masting
Bt. Paef Ctnrrrh
re yew s-aaseii m.
The Ftta R AtweM. Pssxsei
4 e em Holy Cetnsi.enoa
a a Buna turtianM t Seillial
t:i a m Morning Preyer ead Churah
It-ea mart Heiv gwpthsa
7 -OS a..ar lalisaa Vaapsrs
t M e m Holy Cesnanunkm
S e tm Holv Csenssimlea
1-ea t. n. Kvanrne swa
ITtURSitATS AND FRTDATS
:3 I m
a a a
CUEIST CRl PCPJ T-TRJr-ST-A
roaaeatte Hotel WaehlBftani
The Jesses Peter F
6 a a m nary
g as e Ma, nana Prarar.
t a m Choral Euctaarast and
H 39 9 flreT, t'lWwIVfc essf"s54
a sa. ttelv Co
Im psa. Eveeh-g Prayer
8:10 pm. Adult Confirmation- Class. :
pm Evening Prayer and Medita
t:00 a m. Children's Eucharist
10:00 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
Chare of St Mary. I ha Virgin
The Rev. John A. Spalding,
Priest la Charge
Sung Eucharist ............ 7 JO a.m.
Churuh School ........... :45 am
Evan t and Sermon .... 1:30 p.m
Holy Communion.-: jaw am
St Christopher's Church
10th Street, Parquc Lefevre,
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
.The Rev. Clsrence A. Crsgvell,
6:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and SVrmon.
10 30 am. Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
:30 p.m. Evensong and sermon.
7 JO p.m. 1st and ird. woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
6:30 p.m J u n I f Daughters ol in
7:30 p.m Youth Fellowship.
S -no am. Holv Communion.
7:00 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p.m Girls' Friendly Society.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
t:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 58, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 2602
Sunday School 8:45 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Youth Service 6:45 p.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
N.F.M.S. Service 7:00 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ.. 23rd Street East
Rev. S. N. Brown. Minister
Sunday School ..
Sunday Masses .,
ttlc itPMJC H.P,
7. 7:45 11:45
Sunday fecnuoi at
Mfcotlniia Thursdays at 7:30 D.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
806 Balbva Road. Balboa,
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings in the wa cnapei
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School 10:00 am
Sacrament Meeting :00 p.m.
Primary; Monday 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday. .. 1:30 am.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building S00, Schoolhouse Road Catun,
Sunday School; Sunday ..-1:30 am.
Sacrament nice tins; Sunday )1:00 ara.
Priesthood meeting Wed... :30p.m.
Primary, Wednesday 8 JO pm
Relief Society, aa announced.
Telephone, Gatun 161 or Cristobal 1887.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Cfaureh"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-5103
Sunday School ........... 8:30 am.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey is provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
Uth St West No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday St 1:30 am
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays
Saerament of Unction (Healing her-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 JO pm
OaUbet. Christiaa Chsaak
Psjuuna B- P.
Rt Rev. T. canoes, a D. Bisnot)
Morning devotlo ai ........ (an) am
FelloarahiG Worsbjo at 11 am am
Sunday School at 3:00 pm
Liivine service as tau pm
BAHA1 CENT KB
54 First Street
Urbanlzsclon El Carman, PanamS City.
ibtormal Talks and Discuasione
Thursdays 1:00 pm
Celea, Btb Freat Streets
- iaaatalrs Ass set rae Baaaar)
Study Claasee Thursdays, 1M pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St, Paralso, CZ.
Ry Waldaba a Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11 0 am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m Sunday ScbooL
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 8:00 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 7 J Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OF GOD
7tlg Eighth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. Graadisee. Paster
Sunday Schol ............... J am
Morning worship ............ 10 JO aa
Night Service 7 J pm
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Car. Jamaica ead Trinidad Sat
Rainbow City, Canal Sae
Rev. 42. W. Graadisee. Paater
Morning Worship tMam
Sunday School lt:M am
Night Service 7 J pm
THE CHURCH OF COD
Mm Ma4e Muses, Paste
Sunday School !- am
Morning worship liss am
Night Servtee I J pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rla Akaja
Mease Oscare Rd Itth Bt
Bev. Re, J. Jsbse. Pasta
Sunday Sen : am
Morn in a weraara ........... 13 am.
Niatat Service 7 J pm
CHURCH OP GOD PellalIJ
Re B E. Wstaon. Oveiseer
Paona d-428. Boa gSS. Gamboa
CtsurrtM at Paratse. CI (Rev. and
Mr. Harasaa G. Whrtet Co loss. R.P
(Rev. Ferssanaei Lerenr), Rie Abr
1 lev. end Mm Chart rlarnesi. nc
Catty 4 (Rev. and Mr. CUffard Cleave).
Sunday as weekday aniita at ai)
Quae Heights. CX.
near Dow s eyas si)
Cart V. Thsmpisa. Mtasste.
M. DiaMe Heifhr. CI.
Baac Gaaabee 217
CberrSi ataleae 4771
Sunday Scheet ) am
Wershia Servie 11 em.
Teuth Service pm
I vaTrl't Service ...... 1JOP
VadnMdsV: BiMe Study
Prayer tsrvta l jm pm
Posts and Bases
- t PACIFIC SIDh
FORT AMADOR '. .
Sunday school ,.,,:.,.,.,. 1-0C
Morning Worship ..." looo
Church-time Nursery School..', 10:00
PORT CLAYTON '
Bunaay School (Building No.
126) .,, 10
Morning Worship ... . 10 :30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Youth, Fellowships-Sunday ... :00
aunaay bchooj ........,.;,., 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship s Service, Madden i Wye 7:00
Worship Service,. Rio Hato .... 8:15
Christian Youth' Fellowship 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. v. 7:00
uincer s Christian Union Thurs. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE"
ounasy scnooi ...;.....,... t:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8:30
Morning Worship 830 & 10:45
i outn i euowahip 6 .-30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
ouuuajr avnooi t:30
wiunung worsmp 11:00
noiy communion rirst Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
MAiRma II) 1 aa
"WUlip 4,. ..,.... V.'OU
ynoiy communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 0:00
muy Mass 6
Sunday Masses .a...... 7:00 it 8:30
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 & 7:30
aunaay ., 8:00 & 8:25
.Daily Mass 6:45
Sundsy Masses 7:45 & 8:00
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 di 8:00
Daily Mass 6:15
Saturday Masses 9:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 4 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 & 7:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday Masses 7:45 M
Novena Services-Tuesday ......
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Mass ,t
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 6:30
cnoir rracuce weanesaay
Post Chapel 7:30
tort xsuueic-; V' ... 1! .tt
.Sunday, benool .-aa.swT 1:30
Morning Worship ............. 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ...v 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs. 1 JO
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sundsy School 8:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday'
Sunday Mass ........
Confessions : Saturday
7:45 A 10:15
. 6:00 & 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Mass 8:30
Sunday Mass 9:00
Sundsy Mass 7 JO
Greek Orthodox services are conduct
ed at the Church of the Anunclation.
Via Raliaaria Porras. San Franeiarti ria
la Caleta. Panama City, R.P., and at
the Church of St Anthony. Avenlda
Meiendez, Colon. R.P.. on alternate Sun
days at 9:30. For further Information.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain,
Weekly Services In arf Church, as
Sabbath School 9 JO am
Divine Service 11:00 em
Youth's Meeting 4 JO pm
Wednesday Bible Study and. Prayer
Service 7 JO n.m
Pacific Side Panama at Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 28 J 1506
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oasa Ha.
ChorrlUo 25th No. 27
Pueblo Nuevo t-A St between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Bfo Absjo 11th St No. rt
Balboa Chanel 0844 Cavil ao Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only).
Saaaisa Chnrrhe Panama aad
Pastor Ruben Ruts
Panama. Call Darlen No. I
CrhrtobaL lth t Bolivar Are.
Gamboa A Frlioles
District raster A. A. Grtxxl
Tel.- No. a-IM
Gamboa Pram Partway mjotss.
AllaalM Side t'olee) aad
Pastor Neblett Tet 18:828
Colon 3rd St 4s Central Ave. ume-
bel ttth A tsolfvsr Ave.
Central egfice: Gsvuen stoao .as. a-
lln tVatfar Hoard Bid Ttl-X La
Boca SeaMl Balboa. CX. Rbe4 Nattkaa
Wit kin Director.
Servfe' Friday. 7J8 pm Saturday
iltaw aa Hsttna at Jewish ll.s
onOsr Peats. Bases and Sutiamt
MursssiiM Rot Sbeartra tsreet Ave-
rrtda C-bs and mth Street Bella Vista.
Pane tmv bi wa aw am
BFFDFMEB IAJTH CT J cmiRCB
SelasM Bead el TiM Bsraet -e.
Ream F Oasatia. Paste
FA Baa att, Beiboa.
SutMtay Schoai, BiWe ctesa In m
hivin, ftya 1 1 S a aa.
-Dim Srrr at Marserlta On R
Margaret's la Kiss; si Ceaarcas) Sunday
Eisenhower Backs House Drive To Scotch
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP)
President Eisenhower has thrown
his influence, behind a congres
sional drive to offset the Supreme
Court 8 recent decision opening
certain DiBl files to defendants in
' The President discussed the con-i
troversisl court decision 1 at a
White House conference with .At
torney General Herbert Srownell
Jr. and Republican leaders of the
House and Senate.
Presidential. News Secretary
James C. Hagerty said afterwards
that Brownell will outline the ad
ministration's position at a hear
ing tomorrow before a Senate Ju
diciary subcommittee. He said
Brownell; will ''urge legislation to
correct loopholes created by the
Senate Republican Leader Wil-
uam r. Jfuiowiand. ((jam.) told
newsmen the President recognized
that the decision has caused a
"very real problem" .for law en
Ho -t said Eitnnhowtr efidorted
no specific legislation, but "rait.:
id no objection" to bill alrea already
dy already introduced to counteract the
These measures are now pend
ing oeiore tne judiciary subcom
The legislation generally would
authorize trial judges to deter
mine what part, if any, of -FBI
reports must be shown to defend
ants or their attorneys
The high court handed down its
decision June 3 in the so-called
Jencks case. It held that defend
ants: in' certain criminal cases are
entitled to examine the FBI re reports
ports reports of informants who, are slat slated
ed slated to testify against them.
Some trial judges have Inter
preted the decision to mean .that
defendants should have acces to
Leads Dixie Golf
Club To Slam Doors
GREENSBORO, N.C. June 29
(UP) The Gillespie Park Golf
Club of Greensboro slammed the
door today in the face of a' federal
tiDurt order to doseereirate its
Officials of the club announced
only hours before the ruling was
to go into effect that operations
would be suspended today.
The reason given was the de
struction by fire last weekend of
the club's locker room, but there
appeared little doubt that the de desegregation
segregation desegregation decision, handed down
in April by Federal Judge John Johnson
son Johnson J. Hayes, also influenced the
decision.;;:,.:: ..j?frts!r!s- v;v-
- In announcing the suspension of
operations. Club -President John
Hughe added that v. the future of
the course "is undecided.", :,
"We have closed Gillespie Park
golf course," he said. "There will
be no play on the course by any
one after this date."
Ten Negroes, who said they had
been denied permission to play
the course, sought a permanent
injunction barring racial segrega
tion on the course.
The golf club and the city of
Greensboro, which owns the land
on which the course is located,
have appealed to the U.S. Fourth
Circuit Court of Appeals and a
decision is expected within the
next few weeks.
Sfore Boycoll Shows
Signs of Floundering
TUSKEEGEE, Ala., June 29
(Ur) A planned Negro economic
boycott of white merchants in Tus
keegee has showed signs of flound
ering before it got started.
More than 2,000 Negroes met
here Tuesday night and voted to
stage the boycott in retaliation
for a legislative move to elimin
ate most of the Negroes from the
city's voting lists.
"It will take at least a week to
see whether this boycott will be
successful," Sheriff A. P. Horns Horns-by
by Horns-by said. "I don't think it will be because
cause because the Negroes just don't have
the money or the transportation
to go out of town to buy supplies."
Hornsby said several other city
and county officials indicated
there has been no apparent ef effect
fect effect of the boycott yet.
luskeegee and the Tuskeegee
Institute form the economic heart
of Macon County which has a
population of about 27,000 Negroes
and 4,000 whites.
Mna?ers of two chain grocery
stores said there is a business
slump but indicated it was "nor
mal for this time of the year."
Back Home, No
LAKE WALES. June 29 (UPV (UPV-Two
Two (UPV-Two young married women, who
diii pp j red Monday night, faced
carious police investigators today.
The pair has returned home to
their husbands but police did not
immediately question them.
La wind a King, 20-Tear-old. ISO ISO-pound
pound ISO-pound blonde, and Jean Herod.1
17, mother of a five month o4d
boy, left their ear at a drive-in
rettaortnt Woodsy, Police and
their husbands searched, but found
Police Chief Jobs Petty said he
thowrbt "thv whole -thing started
wbea one of the women had a
fust with her husband and then
talked the other one tot ronnicr
out with her rause of spite tr
to scare their husbands." Marria
King and AHea Herrod.
Files Jo Accused Persons
all FBI documents pertinent to
their particular case;
- The high court's ruling creat created
ed created a furor in the FBI and other
govarnmtnt law nforcmnt
Some officials have contended it
would namstring the FBI's canw
paign against domestic commui
nism by forcing it to disclose its
FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover
was' reported feeling so strongly
about the matter that the FBI is
prepared to refrain from partici
pating in future prosecutions of
espionage and certain other crim criminal
inal criminal cases if necessary to preserve
the confidential nature of FBI files.
Episcopal Minister Sees Good
In Billy Graham's Evangelism
; v v
EDITOR'S NOTE: In the' tel.
lowing dispatch, one of the na
tion' bast known clergymen
appraise the -depth of the cur.
rent religious revival and the
role of evangelists like Billy
Graham,; The author it rector
of Calvary Episcopal Church,
Pittsburgh, Pa., and ha written
many books and artic.tt on reli religion.
gion. religion. By Dr. SAMUEL M. SHOEMAKER
Written Fer the United Prett
Whenever a group of ministers
of thoughtful alypeople get to together
gether together these days, somebody is
likely to raise the question wheth
er we are experiencing a genuine
spiritual awakening m America.
The statistics concerning reli relition.
tion. relition. seem high encouraging.
Church membership has risen to a
record high. In most places there
is an increase in church attend
ance. There are more religious
programs on radio and TV than
ever. There are more articles a-
bout religion in newspapers and
But do these things indicate any
Ann ...I ..,4 ii n 1 AtarnlrA. I tt in
ny sense comparable to the au
thentic Christian awakening as
sociated with such names as wes
ley or Moody?
For myself. I think that the
mark and test of a genuine Chris
tian awakening is found in the
scrintural text: "Repent ve there
fore, and turn again, that your
sins may be blotted out, that so
there may come seasons 01 re
freshing from the presence of the
Lord." This puts repentance iirst,
and revival second. There can ne,
as I see it, no genuine Christian
awakening-, which ..-sdoes 1 not begin
in a sense or neea in people,
I do not believe that true. Chris
tlanitv ever attempts to fill peo
pie with guilt; I think it reports to
them that over this universe is a
God of love end of judgment, who
cares for man and who makes de
mands upon him for his loyalty.
The very hearing of this message
of the gospel deepens in us the
sense of our own hopelessness and
helplessness to manager our lives
or to effect our salvation.
When w realize that we have
btn content with this tituatien,
or are willing now to let it go
on, there doe arite a sons ef
auilt that it auit inevitable.
The moment we begin to repent,
the forgiveness which the gospel
holds outto use oners nope, inis
repentance cannot be mere re
morse, nor can it be a light emo emotion
tion emotion of a pssing moment. It is
real when it means we realire we
need redemption. It is the first
iten in Christian conversion when
it troubles us until we seek relief
and release in the forgiveness and
redemption of God through Christ.
Where this true version oi me
gospel is being preached, and peo people
ple people are being influenced by it, I
think we haveAme spiritual a wak
I have no hesitation in. s saying
that I Jiink Billy Graham is the
human instrument of a very real
and Pennine spiritual awakening.
And there are many others who
are in he same authentic tradi tradition.
Real awakening always gets in
to touch with the outsiders, the
unbelievers' and the indifferent. It
gets in the air. People who hive
been indifferent for years realize
they are missing something.
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After the White Hour mtet.
ing, Knewland said that Brown. ?
all indicated that the 'approach'
of theso pending bills Wat ."eon ."eon-ttructive"
ttructive" ."eon-ttructive" and would "remedy
seme of the problem.
He said Brownell felt that some
legislation was "desirable" bar
that he was not "wedded to inp
particular foem. --
- Knowland said Eisenhower and
his legislative aides also discus discus-sp3
sp3 discus-sp3 other controversial Supreme
Court decisions, particularly the
one eurbing the investigative pow powers
ers powers of Congress. . r -But
ne said they talked about
no remedial legislation to -offset
them. 1 "j '-)
Some ef this is a 'sheepish foN
lowing ef the crowd; tome is
more than thtt. But you may
start by following the crowd-
wind up with a faith you never
had befom. ;
Awakening' also goes for the insiders,-
the church members, fh.
conventional folk who are alrea already
dy already more or less religious.; They
begin to discover that they're serv serv-ng
ng serv-ng God with their lips,: maybe
with their hands, but not with .their
hearts. They begin to realize that
"Pharisees" are not an ancient sect
within the Jewish fold, but a type
to be found in every age and re religion;
ligion; religion; and the real Pharisees are
those blind to their own faults,
selfishness and complacency.
All of us who make any profes profession
sion profession of religion at all have in us
something of the Pharisee (as do
those who stay out of the church
because it is so full of hynrc-
cites" if that isn't holier-than-
thou, I'd like to know what is.)
So true awakening affects both
the world and the church. In such
a climate, they may. for the. first
time, shake hands and, understand
Nazi Sub Pulled
From Baltic; Bui
Won 1 Put To Sea ::
KIEL. Germany June 29 YUP)
A Nazi German submarine has
been salvaged after 12 years on
the bottom of the Baltic Sea. But
it will never' see service in the
new. West (Jer man, navyr jfs too
big. ....' 1 f v
Salvage craft towed the el'ectrjs
U-boat 2540 into this port Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. It had been scuttled off
Flensburg,N between Germany and
Denmark, in March 1945 to pre prevent
vent prevent it from falling into the hands
of the victorious Allied forces.
The submarine, lying under 35
feet of water, was found last Feb February.
ruary. February. It was raised by the Ger German
man German salvage ships Energie and
Ausdauer following their return
from salvage operations in the
The submarine was the most -modern
and best equippped under
water craft built by Nazi-Germany.
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Forger Takes Cops
For Ride; Wrote 1
Checks, No Script's
MIAMI, June 29 (UP) Red Red-faced
faced Red-faced Miami poUcemen, who had
let an "author" rids with them
on emergency : calls as he could
gather information for a new
script, learned today they had
been the ones taken for s ride. :
The cops Immediately put out aa
alarm for William J. Holliday. 28.
the "writer" who had promised te
make the lawmen famous in his
Dragnet-like radio "script.'
The notice said they learned
Holliday was wanted on at least
six charge. Of cheek forging, in involving
volving involving hundreds. of dollars.
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class, or can uaiuua xuie
formation There U no fee for in.
HELD AT umwi
:-f:nr.',a ,BiS iSS Si
. -Min lC Sultural mviaion here,
'S'Mr.. T. V. KeUy are
having k their guests- for v, the
eboof. vacation period jVmrJnn
. and Kente h we both born
. also empB"';
''-liiMirfarl''li'"t preient w
the the Engineering ataff of West West-toghouM
toghouM West-toghouM Atomic Pivlrion. y
hrbome to Brazos Heights. ;with
smSiS V un Aug.
dossed iV bridt and groom. A
SleiUbl. held", crystal punch
, howL -
guests who attended" were
' r"m u luiuirp Mrs.
the meaner -r'
Jewish Rabbi Group
Sees Church-Slale r
Wall Gelling Porous
.Miin ..trt'rn ; -Tnn 29 (UP)
The Central tiomereucr
can Rabbis, composed of some 5W
cVgymen of the Retorm,Jew.sh
m?veme' Z .d state
SbM ukTte 'Valid separation
lis becoming :iacr"uv.r-;--"
i imiH Bam there
nave Deeu ulw"!"", j
Iter strict separation of the churcn
ana ataie, ,.;
ma. .--i WacanhM! hv Dr.
Edgar E. Siskin of Glencoe, 111.,
said the quesuon ( '"".r
the pubUc schools' remains the
most conspicuous problem in the
domain of church and state.
"Each challenge surs up 6 6-ly
ly 6-ly ; backwash of tension and bit
terness in ine Amerwau '"""
The Justice ana rw Vff
sion of the group also called r
the united waies u w"0 f
sure towarn a "fair and perma permanent
nent permanent peace between Israel and the
Arab states." It urged Israel to
maKe ciear, new 1r"r"r:
statement, on the contribution she
.n i-- ...:ii;m to mnlrp fl nart
WOU1U U W11U" -"- r --
I of general peaceful settlement to-
, ,1.. tha Aran
waras me smuuuu
refugee problem." 1
Misses Jail Term;
Says She Reformed
British; Film Star:;
Diana Dors Seeks, i
To Divorce Hubby
T..4:nu taw Tliana Tinra
has filed a divorce claim against
la. i L J Tamio Uamiltnn
married in July, 1951. They sep-;
aratea sevtrai w ef :
after returning from Hollywood. ,;
A UTf A T. aa TTn A
iijvirs, dime 4a v vj r 1 wii-
F j - . i r i inA : l l
icsseu emuezzier ui xi,uuu jn uanit
funds began five years of proba probation
tion probation today,, musing a prison sen sentence
tence sentence because charade, witneses
.aid she had reformed.
IDavVam. .1 ln 4L. I w.
iuoiivci, lures ui iuc case 01 rars. . i
nunc vueuai, wuu pieauea ter, lesuiieo. sue uau reoiunt ..v.j
guilty to embezzling the money lesson" nd was "sorry" for wlln
from he International Bank of she did. Her attorney, Frank Barf
j.anipa. I gano, una ine court v."
Several persons, including ber up her home and possessions
present employer and her minis- refund the money. '. j
CADET PETER J. ADAMS, ten of Col. and Mrt. John C. L. Adam of
Panama City tecolvod hii diploma at tho 28th annual comimncoment
xorciiai at Vallay Forgo Military Acadamy, Wayna, Pa.
and, received Certificate of Mer
it lie aiso n occu vk"."
I Lehigh University, in the College of
Cadet Adam, returned from the
United State., to pend the Hum
mer wun j" pai w-. ;
V k.. .l.ior Misi Jac-
"fCT Mesdames ,0-
S PuT 'rinfu7e-V&m. de
Jaen, Elaine Auatin, Dinah La Por Porta,
ta, Porta, Mildred Lingwood and t he
Misse. Jo Ann Blolc, Mickey Blok,
W.raareb. Uigh, Mary. Morland,
- Joaa MtcKenzie, and Aurora um.
o at theit monthly aoaal, Mon-
j -.on Tk aamen will De
held U the Community Room of
- ffn; served with refreshments. An
assortment ot t 5-7
Semo' VeraW" I-
C,if. l!l i L 1. K.t.a decorat
. j o.ln Pant in
Armea orcc r:-.
for those of the romury end their
dependenu irno rc lnwie
M eViio n f iv art.
Tne class.!! unaer uu"
Cadot Peter .Adarna
U01. ano mm? --
of 1 Panama City received hii di diploma
ploma diploma at the 28th annual com commencement
mencement commencement exercise, on June 1,
at Valley Jf orge miuii7
my, Wayne, '.P
A A'kM eikTvaf1 1 TD alter
VHUCV AUHHia aiwT.-
Aront in- the 800-member corps
of cadets, and was e member
tne Amnony wayuc
the honor military uwtof .the
school. In addition Cadet Adams
wa. a member of the Alexander
HamUton Honor Society, G 1 e
Club, Chapel Vestry, Acolyte.
Guild, Plebe Detail, Cadet Choi
QulU and ScroU Journal stic Hon-
or society, v-'n
IClub, Crossed Sabres Staff, Bymk-
n. T aUa4 a arl1 ftSt".
nana, uunaway vju(
gity Trace Team.
- .j v.. .-ivl alx
merous mm- u"l"""irr, cT.r.
Lais. He has maintained Gold Stars
(Honor Roil) ana ni uc
' ; Ai .iki.!..u. in tha various
tied as, a iauun
ing marriage w
3C WilUam. S. Girard:. ..
"I -don't a.k for luxuries. I
jm. ...4 w A bicvele i. e-
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make Bui nappy. ;
speech t flie Govirnor.' Xonfer Xonfer-ence
ence Xonfer-ence at WlUiam.burf, Vv Wedne.-
.vtr. iarlv' lmnlie. that the
United State, i. ready J
ence at wiuiamsDurs, v"-
.i't. .1a.v1 tmnlifi that the
iiC via v -ar
T-r-u-J ceiA. ler rflV'for any
. rii' in an At-
temJt to liberate the countrie of
Eastern n-uropo. 10
that is .n unreasonable policy
which can end very. dly lor It.
'' .vwRTnNTtf, Tp.. June 29
(UP) Wednesday's hurricane
struck sooner than it was expect expected,
ed, expected, but a two month-old cocker
spaniel namea rnssy ibj iw in in-Uies
Uies in-Uies in Surf-side community 45
mile, southwest pf Galveston.
r ... ITbiWhaaJ aft hA
was awakened by whining at 4
t fnniut tiim swimmine in two
feet of tidewater on the front
porch," she said. "I looked out
Uie Wluuow iuu paw DiMi.
I by the house lumber, somebody's
k 1 : nl Knnfa all
miCKinaw, pan v.
sorts ot jhings'v
4n't tn mother the
mistake she la ma ring la brlng-
. v.. otillit nt iuiImui vou
want to make yourself 'mighty
unpopular, a parou u.w it-""
ea do sikh nutiMM.
tide. Mr.;iaygood, "her hu.band.
nui ate, maiva w..,.
their. tw utmobile end plowed
out to higher pomioVlhrovigh two
At JWB to Feature
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vilian civilian communities here.
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to Europe, the film "The Bells of
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thps hattend JKbP ttuatsated
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ger of war. i :
-.tciit vnD V F.wanffBlist 'Billy
nan a 7 i--
Graham on moral decay. -,
"The most tragic wreck li that
of the human out, which i worse
than the wreck ot Pompeii,
nActrnu At: Secretary of
ct- Francis 0. Wilcox, -on. the
United Nations: -i
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Donovan And Spahn Bat
Hurl Teams To Lead;
Jeff coat Paces Redleqs
s;; By MILTON RICHMAN
r 'NEW YORK, June 29 (UP) Pitchers normally
-tfre supposed to be "out men" guys who can't hit
. 'their weight at the plate so Dick Donovan of the
'White Sex and Warren Spahn of the Braves rated
some kind of special salute today for batting as well
tas pitching their teams to first place.
by beating tht Tigors, 9-2.
Donovan's game winning single
scored fleet Jim Landis from sec second
ond second base and sent Bud Byerly down
to his third defeat. Donovan was
credited with his eighth victory al although
though although the Senators put two men
on base in tiie bottom of the ninth
and Paul La Palme and Dixie
nowell were called in to put out
wves that tnabled them to take 'the fire.
fniw th National laeui lead. i Ancient Enos Slaughter came,
Hal Jetlcoat of Cincinnati, a re-nrougn wim an eigni-inmng pincn
u .Donovan's ninth inning single
Sve the White Sox a 4-3 victory
' worer the Senators and kept them
JJlied for the American League lead
witft the Yankees, who defeated
Kansas City, 5-4, last night.
--And Spaha cracked out the 18th
Jjipmer of his career in addition to
s4Hlohine a five-hitter against the
Pirates in a 4-2 victory for th$
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... i. 1r ...-.f. fa..&M. ., M
Moguls Rule Odt Rademacher
farmed outfielder, had the best
' night of all as far as hitting pitch pitchers,
ers, pitchers, are concerned. He drove in
uthree runs with a two-run homer run was se
tmnH a double in a 7-1 victory over man Hector
single to score Hank Bauer with
the winning run in the Yankees
triumph over the Athletics. The
up when third base base-Lopez
Lopez base-Lopez fumbled Bau
er's groi'nder with two out. Woo Woody
dy Woody Held and Lopez each homered
for the A's. Bob Grim registered
his eighth win in relief.
Spahn obtained quote a bit of
Wondered with the bases empty to help in his victory over the Pirates
neip Doost we iteaiegs wunin a
game of the top. The only run on
K 'Jeffcoat hurled a four hitter
Vhile George Crowe contributed a
ihree run homer and Gus Bell
Jeffcoat resulted from Harry An
derson's homer in the sixth.
- Ill other games, the Giants
"knocked the Cardinals out of first
place by beating them, 4-1, while
the. game between the Dodgers and
Cubs was rained out.
Baltimore tiad an American
t-aagu rtcord with its fourth
. ttraight shutout at Ray Moort
fiurlod a throe-hitter in blanking
Cleveland, e-0, and Boston took
', over fourth place from Detroit
! Teams W L Pet. CB
! Richmond I
UT YESTERDAYS RESULTS
Columbus at Montreal, postpon postponed
ed postponed rain.
Richmond at Toronto, postponed,
Miami at Buffalo, postponed,
Havana at Rochester, postpon-
when battery-mate Del Crandall
connected for a three-run double
off loser Bob Friend in the second
inning. Spahn had a no-hitter un until
til until Roman Mejias singled in the
Curt Barclay held the Cards
to seven hit until the seventh,
then weakned and had to be bail bailed
ed bailed out by veteran Marv Gris Gris-som,
som, Gris-som, who kept St. Louis at bay
The Giants who have won 13 of
their !asi 17 games, got to loser
Larry Jackson for two runs in the
urst inning on a pair of singles
and Daryl Spencer's double, and
then nicked him for their final
two runs in the fourth of Dusty
Rhodes double, Ossie Virgil's
single, a sacrifice fly and another
single by Barclay.
Moore's shutout over the Indians
gave the Orioles' pitching staff a
string of 41 consecutive scoreless
innings. The four straight shout shout-outs
outs shout-outs 1)7 the Baltimore staffjtied
the A.L. record held by. the In Indians
dians Indians of 1903 and 1948 and the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees of 1932. The Orioles clinched
the game with a four-run rally in
the sixth when the Indians com committed
mitted committed thre. of their six errors.
Bill Klaus hammered in five
runs with two homers and a pair
of singles to help Tom Brewer to
his ninth victory. Loser Duke Maas
of the Tigers gave up 10 of Bos
ton's 15 hits. The only two runs off
Brewer were bases empty hom homers
ers homers by Charley Maxwell and Frank
PART TIME Still tomplaln tomplaln-ine
ine tomplaln-ine of Dain in his back, Ted
Kluszewski definitely has been
'reduced to a now and then
combatant with Cincinnati.
NEW YORK (UP) New York
Yankee first baseman Bill Skow Skow-ron,
ron, Skow-ron, who missed Wednesday s
game with the Cleveland Indians
because of an Injury to his right
hand, is expected to be out of the
line-uD lor several days. A-rays oi
the hand revealed no breaK, now-ever.
WASHINGTON (UP) Former
Dayton University guard Jerome
(Bud) Ward has signed a 1957
profesional" football contract with
the Washington Redskins. Wash
ington drafted the lineman lasx
year while he was still in school.
However, Ward did not play be because
cause because of a knee injury.
NEW YORK (UP) French mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight Germinal Ballarin has
been given special permission by
the N.Y. State Athletic Commis
sion to wear his large black mus
tache during next Monday night's
TV bout with Blob Provizzi of
Freeland. Pa., at St. Nicholas
Arena. Fighters are supposed to
be clean-shaven when they ap
pear ih'Nevr York state rings, but
the commission has waived the
rule in certain instances in the
CHICAGO (UP)-Bill Mazeroskl,
the Pittsburgh Pirates classy
fielding second baseman, is rap rapidly
idly rapidly shedding his "good field, no no-hit
hit no-hit label."
Mazeroski has walloped the ball
at a .439 clip for the last 10
games to raise his average from
243 to .286.
PICTURE WITH DYNAMITE!
THE SEXPOSE SCANDAL MAGAZINES EXPOSED!
See, for the first time on the screen, the inside story of the
scandal magazines. See their "research" departments in
action! See 'em smash popular idols, drop famous names into
the gutter! See what happens when a beloved TV personality
refuses to spill the "dirt" about a beautiful actress even to
spare himself! )
VAN JOHNSON ANN BLYTH STEVE COCHRAN
S L A N D E R"
I 1 TODAY MIDNIGHT SHOWI
at SHEILEY WHINTERS la
' :- 7 .00 p.m. "MY MAN AND I"
Johnny KHbane had held the featherweight championship
for 11 years. A couple of weeks ago he died at 68, a cancer vic victim.
tim. victim. Now a mutual friend was: writing from Los Angeles, t
. "New Yorkers never thought Johnny was much of a fighter
and, in truth, he seldom showed, to advantage in any of hjbs con contests
tests contests tnere. But you and I know he was one of the best. A real
master. The -enclosed is from my scrap book. If Abe Attell was
great, what would this make Johnny?" -v
f The enclosure was a newspaper clipping, mottled yellow- and
fading, in which Kilbane's victory over Attell for the champion championship
ship championship on Feb. 22, 1912 is described.
"Attell was clearly outfought, Kilbane made him look like
a novice in nearly every lound. Only in the seventh did Attell
nave a ieaa ana mat was muecisive. ' -)
"Attell brought the wrath of the crowd upon his head by
his unsporting tactics. Often he would hold kilbane's hands -in
a clinch. In the third round he heeled' the Cleveland boy and
trie spectators hissed, in tne sixteenth iie butted the young irish irishman
man irishman with his head, opening a gash from' which blood spurted.
"Kilbane's work was a revelation. A swift left jab to AtteH's
nose, or sore eye, was his favorite blow. He would send this in
and then, like a flash, cross with hi right to the other side of
AtteH's head, and jump back but of harm's way. (
"The decision of referee Eyton "(no judges in those ,days)
was received with cheers. '.Kilbane was carried from the build building
ing building on the shoulders of his friends, Attell left the ring alone. He
said: "Well, I had to stand idr it. I just couldn't do any better."
V Attell Soft-Touch
We hadn't realized Kilbane won so emphatically. Of the 20
rounds, he was credited with 19. He was 23years-old while At
tell, at 28, was far from a doddering old. pappy guy. Jimmy Dunn
always said this was Kilbane's greatest fight. Dunn taught,
trained and managed him. '
Kilbane was too conservative to be great In the popular sense.
With your indulgence, once again we repeat Benny Leonard's
paradoxical characterization of him: "He was Just yellow enough
to be a real good fighter." Meaning he'd gamble only in a sure
thing situation. ,
Leonard neither adored noi abhored Kilbane. Leonard knock knocked
ed knocked him out in three rounds in Philadelphia.... "He made me
mad. I wore a red, white and blue belt with my trunks and he
sneered: "What are you trying to do show the people how pa patriotic
triotic patriotic vou are?' ... It was however, the last time Leonard used
the national colors as part of his ring dress.
Like most fighters of his day, Kilbane had a thorough mas
tery of the mechanics of his trade. Much of the credit was due
to Dunn, a competent and demanding arm sergeant. Dunn was
a disciple of the jab and cross school, a straight left followed
instantly by a stiff right ... the Jab to the nose, the cross to the
Jaw. lu short, the one-two, or comblnaion punch.
Th matchless artistry Kilbane brought to the execution of
thi lab-cross maneuver was what set him apart. In all the
year we've been around,1 nobody, to our mind, has done it
better, aneed.. precision and Dower considered. "But a It was a
maneuver that entailed' certain retaliatory haiards, Johnny ez ez-"erclsed
"erclsed ez-"erclsed extraordinary "economy In the use of it,'- U -; ;
HIa Payoff Punch
Three of Kilbane's championship fights stand out In my
memory almost wholly because of the explosive results he got
with his payoff technique. George Chaney toppled over as though
shot. The jab made him blink, the cross stripped him of his senses.
Alvie Miller dropped with incredible suddenness in the late
round of what had been a dull thing, and as he did, Kilbane
called out to the man In the stricken fighter's corner to "eome
and see how your new champion looks now." . The man was
Dunn. The old friends had quarreled and separated.
One of Kilbane's less admirable fights, was still one of his
best at least, from the standpoint of performance. He had es escaped
caped escaped an early knockout, thanks, in large part, to repeated foul
blows which his hand-picked referee conveniently Ignored, and
now in round seven his stamina all but spent, he saw the open opening
ing opening the Jab flashed, tne cross crashed and Danny Frush was
a dead duck. It was a bad afternoon all around for Danny. He
riMr,' ....n f. ty m what hit him. And It was such a beautiful
NEW YORK, June 29 (UP)
Chairman Julius Helfand of
the New York Athletic Commis
slon touched on the subject of a
proposed pout between Floyd
Patterson and pete Rademacher.
Helfand said he had written the
National Boxing Association,
condemning such a fight. Rade Rade-mache
mache Rade-mache is a 28-year-old ex-Ar-
my officer who won the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic heavyweight crown last year
He still is an amateur and never
has gone over three rounds. Pat-
fterson, If he gets by Jackson, b
scneauiea to defend against
Kademacner at Seattle in Au August.
gust. August. ,'''
Helfand described the bout as
"a shocking thing to even con contemplate,
template, contemplate, imagine an amateur
meeting a heavyweight champion
for the title." Cus D'Amato, the
manager of Patterson, replied "1
still tnink it will be a good fight
and everybody in the Northwest
wants to; see it."'
But, President Floyd Stevens
of the National Boxing Assocla
tion said he would not sanction
a Patterson-Rademacher match.
Stevens said he asked the Wash Washington
ington Washington Boxing Commission to
stand by the N.B.A. ruling.
The International Boxing Club
also had an announcement to
make. President Jim Norris said
everything has been ironed out
for that middleweight title bout (Smith
between champion Ray Robinson
and Carmen Basillo. Robinson
finally agreed to defend against
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National League ;
New York at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee
Brooklyn at Chicago
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
; National Leaoua
Pittsburgh 000 000 101 2 5 1
Milwaukee 030 010 OOx 4 8 0
and. Foiles. ..7
Friend (4-9), O'Brien, Arroyo
ana roues. .?
Spahn (8-5) and Crandall.
New York ; 200 200 onn 1 11
St. Louis 000 010 onni in
Barclay (4-5), Grissom and
Jackson (9-4), Wehmeier and H.
' American League
Chicago at Washington '
Kansas City at New, York
Cleveland at BaUimore (2L T-N)
Petroit at Boston
rnuaoeipma 000 001 ooni 1 n
tne weiterweignt king but Only Cincinnati 003 210 Olx 7 .12 0
after the I.B.C. met his terms
Basillo signed two weeks ago
to meet Robinson fora 25 per
cent cut of the gate. Sugar Ray
was offered 40 per cent but
held out for 45. He got it. Basi
llo said he was willing to accept
only 20 per cent for the right to
meet Robinson. That sealed the
deal. The bout will be held in
New York in September the
exact place and date to be an
nounced later. It may be held
at the Polo Grounds on Sept.) 16
and 17 or at Yankee stadium on
Sept. 23 or 24.
tardweu (3-5), Hacker, More More-head
head More-head and Lopata, Lonnett.
Jeffcoat (7-5) and Bailey.
. Brooklyn at Chicago (Postponed,
v Yesterday's Results j
"1 AmiNCAII I AlHild .'"
uucaeo 000 oso nnii r ,1
Washington 000 120 000-3 l
JUonovan (6-2). LaPalme. Hnuraii
and Moss, Battey,
Keramerer. Bverlv r2-.n n a
Kansas City 020 000 020 8
ew York- 003 010 Olx 5 10 1
Trucks, Brunette 4-5 and Smith.
Turley, Grim (8-2) and Berra.
(Night Game) ,--. 1
Detroit 100 000 01ft 2 7 1'
Boston 001 104 003x 9 15 6
Mas, Byrd, Gromek Hoeft and
Brewer (9-6) and Daley. -J
(Night Game) 5
Cleveland -. 000 000 OOO 0' I
Baltimore 000 104 1006 I
Garcia (3-5), Tomanek and Nix.
Moore (4-5) and Triandos.
(ad en 150 efrlclal at bats)
Boys And Girls Weekly
Swim Meet At Balboa
The first of the swim meets
which are to be held every Frt
day morning at 9:30 was held
yesterday at the Balboa pool
Seventy of the approximately
one hundred and twenty five
children and young people who
have registered with the Bum Bummer
mer Bummer Recreation Board's swim swimming
ming swimming program were present.
The weekly prizes, which are
based on the number of points
won by each boy and girl In hla
or her age group, were awarded
These points will be totaled at
the end of the season and a tro
phy will be awarded to each boy
and girl who has the moat points
in his or her age group. Medals
hung on ribbon and mounted on
a mahogany wall plaque will be
give for the second and third
place season winners.
More contestants are needed
in many of the girl's events and
also in the 11 and 12, Ti and 14,
and 15 and 16 year old groups
for boys so that relay teams can
be formed for the Panama Ca
nal 43rd Anniversary Meet Next!
Friday a prize will be glrea- to
The winners oa June 28 were:
I years and mder with kickbeard
IS. ; 2S.
TS.TSX. OF HTLX.
t Also: ;
thk cntt tit
Sensational Double Feature I
Barbara Stanwyck In
CRIME OP PASSION
A KING and FOCB QUEENS
In Cinemascope and Color!
A T I L A
with Sophia Loren
THIS IS MY LOTS
Drive A Crocked
1st John Thompson.
2nd Florence Thompson
3rd Bruce Robinson.
7 and t years with klckboard
1st Albert SchonerL
2nd Oenlce Ella.
3rd Jimmy Voeberg.
( years and ander Freeatyle
1st Steve Townsend. 1
2nd Denlce Holmes.
3rd Keith Yocum.
7 and S year aid gbia Freestyle
1st Twinkles Alien.
2nd Mary Thompson.
3rd Lois Denton.
7 and year aid boys Freestyle
1st John Townsend
v2nd Jimmy (Jangle.
3rd Laird Brealer.
Boys 9 and II years old
1st Andy Jacobaoa.'
2nd Gary Vaucher.
3rd Garry Nesler.
GrU aid 11 years aid
1st Pat Bash am.
2nd Oayle Albrlttoa.
3rd Kathleen Yocum.
Boya 11 and It years aid
1st Martin Holmes.
2nd Jerry Mann.
3rd Tom Dangle ad Bobby
Girls 11 and It years all
1st Katherine Kaaher.
Zd jams Brogie.
3rd Sandra Parker.
Bars 13 and 14 years aid
. 1st Mike Rudge.
2nd Tom Ebdoa.
3rd Gordon BosweH
Girts 13 ad 14 years aid
1st Daniel Hamed.
2nd Charlotte Schnltt.
3rd Dorothy Strumpf.
. Br 15 and II years a4d
, 1st Hugh Harvey.
2nd Charles Bradshaw.
3rd Harry Harrcy.-
Gr! 15 ad II years Ji
1st Harriet Ounderaoa.
2nd Kay Flowers.
Oa Aag. IS aa
f and C
MusiaL St. L
Mays, N. Y.
57 227 28 82 .361
65 259 40 92 .355
62 238 36 81 .340
67 275 52 93 .338
69 291 53 96 .330
67 256 53 82 .320
57 231 41 74 .320
41 166 18 52 .313
57 154 14 48 .312
Schoendienst, Mil. 68 300 38 92 .307
Mantle, N. Y.
Skowron, N. Y.
61 225 62 87 .387
62 216 48 77 .356
64 209 39 72 .344
67 259 42 85 .328
62 241 37 78 .324
68 280 29 90 J21
Richardson,. N.Y. 43 153 21 49 320
Woodling, Clev. 54 151 26 48 .318
Lemon, Wash. 69 265 33 84 .317
lerv, K. C. 54 167 16 53
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS RATTED IN
Malxone, Red Sot
dated en I dedsWna)
Shanti. Yanks 9 1
Tracks. Athletics t,' t .1
Buhl, Braves ? t 3
Sanford, Pails t 2
By BEANS REARDON
Written for NBA Service
wuhidiiuin: wim runneri on
first and second and' one out, the
naiier tries -to mint.' as the third
baseman chsrees in. he tana tha
nan over tne -fielder's head. The
runner from second slides Into
third. The ball then hits him. It
he out? Robert Wallace.
Answer: Safe. The ball patted
an Inflelder. j
Q. The batter swines and misses
for a third strike. He starts for
the dugput, then sees the catcher
has missed the ball. He heads for
first. The ffmpire called him out
Why? Robert Greco.
A. On a strikeout only, the
moment a batter turns for the
dugout he is automatically eat.
QUESTION: With one out and a
man on second, a Ime' drive car caroms
oms caroms off the second base umpire
into the second baseman's hands.
The second baseman flips the ball
to the shortsop, believing he is
doubling the runner who had left
second base. What gives? Bob
Answer! The ball is dead If It hit's
an 'umpire. The runner whi start
ed for third base gees back t sec-
td. The batter gets a bat hit.
Q. With men on base, the plate
umpire interferes with the catch
er's throw. Whst" happens?
James J, Exedine.
l The bad Is dead and the runj-
ners return te their respective
Terry Calls C
ally League ij
JACKSONVILLE June fUPI
ffliU Terry, president ef the Soutl
Atlantic League, today called 4
meeting: of the league board of dl
rectors for July 22 to diseuss op
erations during tht last half of tin
"We'U have a round table" dia
cussion of the general condition!
of the league and plans for thi
league's operation the remaindei
of the season, he said.
"It looks like all clubs' are In
tact now and we expect to operatt
the balance of the year without
The directors will meet In Ah
gusta, Ga., on tha day of th
league's annual all-star came. I
Terry said there had been 1
small increase" in attendanea fa
the league this season over last
Today Encanto .35, 20
Double in Cinemascope
John Wayn In
"WINGS OF EAGLES
i Dean Martin in
"Ten Thousand Bedrooms
Today IDEAL JO ,70
Spencer Tracy in
BROKEN LANCE ?.
Ginger Rojers In .;
"BLACK JvYIDOW ;
Balboa Pool for all Canal Zone!
VS. Rat achool children who
are registered in the Summer Re Recreation
creation Recreation Board's program la the
Armeo: Force and civilian com-;
imoarues. Each Armed Fortes
land crrlliaa community who en-!
'ter children 1 the Aug. II meet
invitatioaal.wiU pay its share ef the cost of
Showing pt Your Service Center Theatres -Toddy'tC
DIABLO BTS. 7:11
Robert Mitch am
"Heaven Knows Mr. Allison"
San. "Written On The Wind"
"Don't Knock The Rock
Sunday "Oh, Men! Oh,
"Barrett ef WlmpoH Street
San. "Power and The Prise
MARGARITA 1:15 1:0
Sunday "Heaven Knows, Mr.
"SATELLITE IN THE tKT
i 11111 .I
ALSO SHOWING 6tryPAY' MONDAY! t
PARAISO I:1S t:M SANTA CRCZ l:U l:2t
TOO LATE FOR TEARS and Van Johnson
-ROKFIRE", t "2t pace t Baker gtrf
CAMP BIERD I:1S .15 "FwrrlgB rnwnndeat"
- "WILD DAKOTAS" (
awm meet via be held at tb tha meek
, j f
i SATURDAY, JTJNEJW, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER 'r'"'-
More 'Crazy: Pitchers Li lie
THREE OF THE LEADING girl swimmers in the Canal Zone
- are pictured here receiving awards. First place winner is
Carolyn Holmes, older sister of Gamboa'g little favorite Bee
- Holmes, Second place winner is Danielle Harned of Balboa,
, and third-was Judy Felps of Gamboa. who is now in the
- States- Carolyn, and Danielle will renew their personal con con-test
test con-test which has been going on since they were six year olds.
Their meeting should present one of the more Interesting
races in the swimming championships at Qamboa on July 4th.
BALBOA SUMMER LEAGUE
Albrook Flyers 35
Rodman Rollers 25
Ancon Anchors 23
Clayton Carbine 23
Los Rios Rivers 21
Diablo Devils 20
Farfan Fang 18
Corozal Chiefs 16
Amadof Sailors 14
Curundu Comets : V-' 14
Balboa fioat wf rU,i 29
.(r-'.'-t.-'ii&,ffl. 9.'rli4fl n jf
V Thursday hight, the" tenth week'
of the Summer league at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa iBoliche attracted an excellent
crowd of spectators and they wit witnessed
nessed witnessed some real shuffling of the
teams in the standings, except in
number one slot, where the Albrook
Flyers reign supreme.
' Albrook Flyers 4
Clayton Carbines 0
The 'expected battle between the
league leading Flyers and the run runner
ner runner up quintet of Clayton Carbines
failed to materialize when the air
, boys, put, on a show of power to
, sweep the series for all four points.
With the second and fourth high highest
est highest average bowlers in their line lineup,
up, lineup, the Carbines were expected to
snare at least a few points from
the Flyers, but the latter demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated clutch bowling and the
, xCarbines fell victims the same
as the. other team that have met
( N'The Albrooks rolled a 2590 se-
ries, better than the other eleven
teams in curcuit this semens. Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's efforts in rolling three games
. over 800 were not food enough and
because of Thursday-night's per performance.
formance. performance. Clayton was ousted out
of second place and Albrook in increased!
creased! increased! their lead to 10 -points.
- Same as last week, the Chief Pi Pilot
lot Pilot -for the Flyers wis Lefty. Ed
Russel who had the only 200 game
in the match and had a 568 set.
He received able support from
Liednec with 558 and Bob Richard Richardson
son Richardson with 514.
It was a night for the southpaws
because the high man for Clayton
was Lefty Tony Luttenberger who
tallied 526, followed by Chuck Al Al-meda
meda Al-meda with a 504, a long way off
from the .632 set he owned last
week. The enly game that was
.close was the finale when the high
stepping Albrooks captured by 18
Rodman 4 Ciirundu I
Rddman Rollers climbed io
:-- :iace by flattening the Cu-
i rundua by a shut out. The Corner
. .-u-Ouunciu, red hot during the
' la3t two weeks cooled off consider-,
1 ably. Todd was outstanding for the
i Rodman Rollers with a 569, next
was Bob Toland with 547 and Gra Graphs
phs Graphs m V 538: The meta -produced
' two keglera ia Manuel-Foroandes
and Hassler who went over, the
! 500 mark; Fernandez had a nifty
537 and Hastier a S2V -
; Ancon' '4 Cocoi I -,
r Th Ancon' Anchors made it 12
in a row when they bung the
anchor around the Palms and pull pull-.
. pull-. d down plonty of .cocoouta .from
t the'Cocoli Palms. The musician
' Les Pahl of the anchors played
the best tune oa Ihe maples wnea
- he scored a 529, and Mr. a B Bud
iaicer mirtM op i'mKU
For the Cocoli gang, sot a single
player rolled a 500 set. The near near-;
; near-; ost was Ski Skeistaistas with a 47S.
After taking the first two skirmish
es quitee astly, the ancnors
a eiose call in the third game
hich was marked up in the win-lhoped to match Mitelf with big
Bing circle for the anchors by mere Bob Baker of Pittsburgh but Bak-
pins- This went right down the'er hat accepted a match with
line to the anchormen of both Eddie Macben.
teams. Bud Baker's snare did the
Diablo 4 Bclhoa OJ'
The Boas could not stand up un under
der under the onslaught of the Diablo
Devils,, paced by Billy -the Kid
Coffey with another 600 series, this
time a C27. When Billy slipped be below
low below the 200 mark, the Boas came
within one mark of winnins: the
last game.-This out come shoved
the Boas down, into the snakepit,
last, by 3 points. Other, than Coffey
only t one Jiegler tut over the 600
mark, and that was Boas Bob Boy Boy-er,
er, Boy-er, with, a smacking 551."
Farfan 2 Los Ros 2
Here was the match of the eve
ning, the second game was decid
ed oy lour pins, the third by seven
ins and only 21 decided the Tp's.
os Rios won the first game and
Tp's, whereas Farfan fanned them
selves to close win in the last two.
Dick Sovster of the Balboa Po
lice station celebrated his birth
day by loining the exclusive and
eute 600 club when he patrolled
me aueys witn 214, 194 and 213
games, giving him a 621, series.
Dame fortune smiled on Dick and
gave him the best birthday present
any bowler could get a 600 set.
Larry Rudy his teammate, put to-
getnet; a us putput, whereas Ma Ma-lek
lek Ma-lek and Red Greenfield carried the
brunt of the load for the Fans
with a 535 and 510.
Amador 4 Corozal
With Dick Bliss bowling blister
ing 591 rrnes the sailors Irom A
mador upset the applecart by tak
ing tour big points irom the coro corozal
zal corozal Chiefs. One miss deprived Dick
from joining the other Dick (Soy (Soy-ster)
ster) (Soy-ster) and Billy Coffey in theN 600
club, but his output of maples'help maples'help-ed
ed maples'help-ed the sailors emerge from the
cellar. Of the two teams, besides
Bliss only one other pin smasher
rolled over 500 and that was Bow-
The sailors celebrated the red
letter day and the long sought-after
clean sweep should give the
"Admirals" a shot in the arm.
Maybe, the luck and breaks have
changed for the sailors.
-. Official averages, first five nine
weeks. Coffey 200, Aimed a -185,
Baker 183 Lane 182 and Toland
Honor Roll 600 Club Coffey
627 Soyster 621.
200 Club, Russel 209, Hsssler 202,
Graham 203, Coffey (2) 221, 214;
Boyer 202; Soyster (2) 214, 213;
Bliss 09. -i
Impotai Notice- Because of.
tho Fourth of July calibrations
there will bo no loagwo play next
"Thursday evening. i
Bowling Tidbits: Milwaukee hat
the oldest social league in the na
tion under American Bowling Con Congress
gress Congress 'sanction,-the league started
out in' 1905. 70. Emory Kratitboef-
er is the youngest of four .charter
members suU active the outer
three are 76 years old. In the point
of continuous service the league
probably has the game's .oldest
ball. oo that one of the charter
members hat tossed for 49 years.
:: Sports Briefs :
-NEW YORK. June '(CP) A A-lex
lex A-lex Miteff, unbeaten young Argen Argentine
tine Argentine heavyweight, was matched to today
day today for a 10-round boot with young
Fernando Ala of Philadelphia at
St. Nicholas Arena, July 8.
Promoter Teddy Brenner bad
By HARRY GRAYSON ft
NEW .YORK -(NEAV When
the Orioles paid the Dodgers $20,-
000 for Buy Lioes" contract in mia mia-May
May mia-May of last year, someone told
Paul Richards' that the young right righthander
hander righthander -was t'crazy.';'
Well, he can pitch,T 'replied
manacer Richards. "I'm-not wor
ried about his mental condition."
When Loes. the one-time Brook
lyn ; bonus baby,, permitted only
two White- box to reacn, secona
base in turning in his seventh vic victory
tory victory the other afternoon, Richards
remarked:. '"I'd like to have some
more, 'crazy pitchers like him."
Loes" fine start with the misfit
Orioles is the most eloquent evi evidence
dence evidence stressing the tragic waste
that was Loes' five years with the
iBrOOkS. .:- :
It is not nearly too late tor. the
Queens Creek to take the place a
pitcher with his tremendous abili ability
ty ability so richly deserves. He is only 27.
He is maturing,, of course, and
may be learning to control his
THIS SEASON STARTED as if
it were to be just another chapter
in the daze and nights of the here here-tnfnr
tnfnr here-tnfnr unnredictable Loes. Sitting
in the-clubhouse of the Baltimore
club's Scottsdale camp, he naa a
tire around his midsection and got
mad when asked about it.
'I'm getting older, so I get
heavier." he explained, and then
in his fiercest tone,, "just me same
as you baseball writers." The fact
that the writers wouia not do tim
ed on to pitch didn't enter his line
of thought. ; ....
Loes still compiainea oi a sore
arm and had the same yearning
to be just another working sun.
He always maintained that he'd
rather make $70 a week some
place than have to worry about
pitching baseball. New York writ
ers Wltn xne uiams in muuiu,
fellows who bad known him since
his days as a cement sanaiotier on
Long Island, marked him off as
helm? readv for nerhans the sea
son that wouia ena ms nig league
. LOES BECAME AMUSING the
afternoon, fresh out of high school,
he collected $21,000 for signing
uith Rnioklvn. Brsncn Kicxey eoi
the boy in his office and did the
best to coniuse tne men is-year-
nlH and hrmi down the Dfice.
"Do you like girls, Billy?" the
Va. I like airls." reolied Bil-
lv. "I can dance like crazy, but
what has that to do with the money
inn vnine to eive me?"
Erratic behavior he wouldn't
eat, for one thing plus constant
arm trouble caused the Dodgers to
give up him last year.
"You never knew whether he
hail i?ht hours or eisht minutes
sleep,' recollects Fresco! Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, ttoe old infielder in Charge of
Brooklyn personnel. y i
"ROY CAM PAN ELL A ALWAYS
held that he had more stuff than
anvhnriv on the Brooklyn staff."
Frexeo notes, however. "and
Branch Rickey liked his aptitude.
In no time at all, he'd know .a, new
pitch better than the teacher, but
he has never had to resort to one.
When he feels like pitching, he
doesn't have to go any farther
than the fast ball and curve and
the change-up on both.
"Loe's mind might stray while
he was off thefield, reading comic
books and whatnot, but ne aiscus
sed hitters as smartly as anyone
He has an extra abundance of
stuff and the nitchins: idea."
Billy JLoes Is the newest and
could easily be the greatest reels
mttion of Processor Paul Richards,
the 01' Clo'sman of Baseball.
The Balboa Gun Club held Its
annual smallbore rifle champion
ship shoot Saturday, June 22nd,
at the Club range, at rarian.
Eleven shooters turned out to
compete fcr the club champion
ship which was decided by the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate score or total of the scores
AVE HJV. 1VU1 jnillilllll. V M
prone, sitting, kneeling, and stand-
it was a pretty even matcn u
the prone and sitting positions;
but as in most matches, the tough
kneeling and standing positions
were the deciding factors. Miss
Jesnette Orr took hi-gun honors
in both of these positions and won
the 1957 smallbore championship
with an aggregate score or 737
16X. Mr. Paul Anderson finished
a close second with a 722-13X. and
Duncan Laird, Jr., finished third
with a 735-18X.
Prizes rsnging from $25 to $2
in merchsndize were won. and the
following Is a list of competitors.
their scores, and the winners w
Jesnette Orr 737-16X
Gary Higgins 395-1 X
Victor Morgan 653-a X
Buzxy Trevathao 6044 X
Paul E. Anderson 722-13X
Duncan Laird, Jr. 70S-18X
vNorbert F. Keller T00-17X
S. B. Duke 638-8 X
Harry Stetser 649-t X
C. H. Johnrtot 502-1 X
W. PoweU 2
Match No. 1 Preno
Hi-Gua Duncan Laird, Jr. 199-llX
Hi-SS Sorbert F. Keller l-ieX
Hi-MKM Harry Stetser 1934 X
Matdl No. t SitfiM
Hl-Gua Paul ABdersoa 19S-S X
Hi-SS Jesnette Orr 1924 X
Hi-MKM Duncaa Laird, 190-5 X
' Mtch No. J KiMtin
Hi-Gun Jesnette Orr 18S-4 X
Hl-SS Norbert Keller 169-4 X
Hi-MKM Harry Stetser in 2 X
Mitch No. 4 Stsndma
Hl-Gua eanett Orr 173-1 X
- I. ' ' . -llnM
; r:.;;j:":,.C'!..if'' r-:,:-:: J- .... .'
AFTER HEARING' THE BAD NEWS Officials of the International Boxing Clubs and Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden leave Federal.Court in New York after Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan or ordered
dered ordered the dissolution of the two International Boxing Clubs and the complete divorcement
of promoter Jim Norrls and partner Arthur Wirtz from the Madison Square GardenXIorp.
Left to; right: Truman Gibson, attorney for the D3C, Arthur Wirtz, president of the Chicago
Stadium and a Madison Square Garden director; James Norrls, president of the IBC; Harry
Markson, general manager of the IBO; and Gen. John Reed KUpatrick, president of Madison
Square Garden. J -
Hatgi Scores 27 Points
To Pace Alumni Quintet
To Fourth Straight Win
Atlantic Baaketball League
Won. Lost Pet.
4 0 1-000
Cristobal 48' Working Boys
Alumni, 49 Powells
Alumni vs CristobalX ;"v i
Powells, vs workmg jeoyi
I By TRlyOR SIMONS
A nair nf hotlv contested sanies.
the results of which failed to af
fect the .standings of the Atlantic
Basketball League, was the order
of the nieht .at the Margarita gym
in the regular scheduled weanes
day night doubieneaaer.
The Working Boys, still striving
for their first win. but looking bet
ter with each passing game, fell
victim to the Cristobal' five in the
opener by a narrow 48 to 41 count
and in the nightcap Jonn Hatgi
kept the Alumni slate clesn with
a 27 point attack that paced the
league leaders -in a. close 49 to 47
win over Powells.
Hatgi's 27 points swept him In
to the lead in league scoring with
By JIMMY DEMARET
WriH.n for NEA Service
One of the easier ways to get
yourself jammed up during -a
round ot golf is to think out a
round along the lines of the man
who has a 40-foot putt and spends
a lot of time telling himself he just
hss to sink it.
He winds uo. of course, with a
three or even four putt green and
can t understand why.
The way to handle a long putt
is to try and place it within a
three-foot circle around the cup.
Holing a long putt is the longest longest-priced
priced longest-priced shot in the game. If you
aim for the three-foot circle the
ball can die ia front of the hole
or roll to the other side a bit. But
you are left with r three-footer
and it should be a two-putt green.
The normal golfer should tap the
ball with his wrists and aim for
that circle. If be gets bold and
!;oes for the works the ball usual usual-y
y usual-y winds up way back of the hole.
And a bad roll puts you out ot a
Hi-SS Paul Anderson 149-1 X
Hi-MKM Duncan Laird 149-1 X
Match No; S Aggregate
1st Jesnette Orr 737-16X
2nd Paul E. Anderson 722-13X
3rd Duncaa Laird, Jr. 705-18X
M-SS Norbert F. Keller 700-17X
Hi-MKM Victor Morgan 53- X
2nd Plact MKM Harry Stetser
. alJA T1
The iext "smaUbore shoot is
scheduled for Saturday, July 20
at 9 a.m. It will be a five-stage.
iron-sight" match. A ten shoorstnng mtb. E1
will be toed in each of the fooriHatgi ;
positions at 50 yards and a teniPwea
skoot string will be fired prone atiBaian
109 yds. Well be looking for you!
Ia the intern m. watch your .club!
64 while L.. Hooper, who led Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal in their 6pening game victo victory
ry victory with 24 tallies, moved into the
No. 2 spot with 53. Another interest interesting
ing interesting feature of the Alumni win was
the 49 point total racked up by the
winners. The number '49' has now
become the magic number for the
pace-setters, for they have scored
that total in three of their four
wins. Their only other effort, when
the totsl did not reach 49, was
their 44 to 36 win over the working
boys on June 24th. .
, The Working Boys put on their
best performance of the season in
the first of the night, but fail failed
ed failed nnlv in their' efforts' to fctoo
!t-lLouis riooper;, Theposersitfa.ied
or uu. oinnns xo uuim ciiun. iuau-
aged to stay1 within striking dis distance'
tance' distance' throughout the game, but
Just didn't seem to have that litle
extra effort to overate v aiumDo s
The second game, he big game
Of the evening, lived up to au its
advance .billing and then some.
With Powells aiming for a tie for
first place, and Alumni fighting
for their undefeated status, the
fans were treated, to a nip and tuck
battle that raged from the second
quarter on through to the final
As has been case all year, the
Alumni five opened up their wid widest
est widest margin in the first two periods
and needed the gap to insure vic victory
tory victory at the end. Leading 11 to 4
at the end of the first quarter,
then moving out to 2C to 15 lead
at half time, they looked like a
Paul Moser's charges, however
paced by Bucky Hall who posted
15 points, csme roaring back and
even took the lead with 4 minutes
left to play in the final quarter. But
the nip and tuck battle that saw
John Hatgi hitting with deadly ac
curacy, swumg over to Alumni as
the seconds ticked away and the
kaders moved out to a 2-gsme
lead with a 49 to 47 win over Pow
The box scores:
Cristobal FC FS PF TP
Coffey 10 12
Hdbper 11 2 0 241
Williams 2 13 4.
Humphrey 1 2 3 4
Tompkins 0 0 10
Rock 4 12 9
Chong 10 12
21 6 12 .48
Working Bey's FC F$ PF TP
Jeffries 2 0 2 4
Smith, Gil 4 8 1 16
McKeown 10 0 2
Rankin 0 0 0 0
Sapp 0 0 0 0
Simons, C. 12 14
Orvis 0 0 0 0
Smith, Don -- 5 2 4 12
14 13 t 41
. 2nd. game
Powells F6 FS PP TP
0 4 14
1 0.0 2
3 1 0 7
0 0 0 0
2 3 3 T
T 1. 1 15
3 3 S S
18 13 13 49
17.. U .13 47
Vo FS PF TP
13 3 5
19 1 2
0 L 1
2 O 2 4
10 T. 3 27
3 2 3 1
0 0 0 0
' id 2
Caribbean Forces Network has
announced the following major
league baseball broadcast sched schedule
ule schedule for the period June 28 through
July 9. Any changes in the bioad-
.. i J. .1 :ii I j
casi bcueuuie wiu uc buiiuuuci-u
over Panorama each night at
Saturday, June 29: White Sox vs.
Washington at 1 p.m.
Sunday, June 30: Detroit vs. Bos
ton at 1 p.m.
Mondav, July 1: Cincinnati) vs.
Chicago ht 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 2: No game sched
Wednesday, July 3: Boston vs.
Yankees at 1 p.m.
Thursday, July 4: Boston vs.
Yankees st 12:30 p.m. (Double (Double-header)
header) (Double-header) Friday,. July 5: No game sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. Saturday; July 6: Phillies vs.
Brooklyn at 1 p.m. ;
Sunday, July 7r Phillies y vs.
Brooklyn mi- p m t
MondaypJuly BNatlm scbed
tiled.'1-:'., it-,. :
v Tuesday, July
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Try Gin and Quinac today! tike
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(apt. 7. F. Hanley
Today he isthmian Sporting
scene will lose part of its lustre
when CaDtain and Mrsf Walter F.
Hanky; depart for the, Unit.ed
States.. Panama then will losepne
of its best friends and the U. a.
will havt one ambassador of good
will less on a foreign shore.
The Panama sporting communi
ty in which -Captain Hanky,' a
high ranking U.S. naval omcer,
moved frequently and which re received
ceived received his wholehearted support
could ask sdo more of any I s t h h-mian
mian h-mian resident; especially one
whose sojourn was of a tempora temporary,
ry, temporary, nature.
An ardent baseball fan, a box boxing
ing boxing enthusiast and a true sports sportsman,
man, sportsman, Capt. Hanley found in his
enjoyment of these sporting acti activities
vities activities the added attraction of be becoming
coming becoming a good friend of the peo people
ple people of Panama. Moving with, the
ease, among all classes, that char characterized
acterized characterized him as a roving ambas ambassador
sador ambassador of goodwill, Capt. Hanley,
affectionately known to hundreds
of Panamanians as "El Capi Capi-tan,"
tan," Capi-tan," won the hearts of the high
and the humble people and their
admiration for his native land,
Many who do considerably less
to improve relations between Pa Panama
nama Panama and the U. S. have left and
will continue to leave these shores
witt much more fanfare than "El
Capitan" but while others may
have received official recognition
and upon,' departing become just
another name. Captain Hanley
will have left behind him an ev
erlasting monument an impres
sion on the hearts and minds of
Panama's good people of the real
qualities that make an ambasa ambasa-dor.
dor. ambasa-dor. IDU Boycotts Monza
Race 'Cause US Cars
MILAN, Italy, June 29 (UP)
Louis Chiron, the French cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man of the International Drivers
Union, explained here today that
European and South American
drivers decided to boycott the
Monza 500-mile race because Eu
ropean-made roadsters could ; not
imfltnh imAriitan 'ear
- Appearing in 'double ,V quit
V 7 v- f television quii pruyraiu, ,- viiuuu
9: -':The'; all-s(arlexplained that the Monza' high high-banked
banked high-banked circuit was not suitable for
world's Most Refreshing Drink!
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Fourth Of July
The BPOE Elks. 1414 SDonsor.
edswira meet; at. 8:30 a.m. at tft
Gamboa pool, is rapidly drawing
to a realization. This met was
somethut' of an experiment sine
there has been no attempt at a ''
championship meet for tne Canal
Zone in a number of years.
ihe fourth of July Committee
would hold a meet at the Balboa
Pool, but this was done more. on -the
basis of doing something" to
entertain the people rather than
to try to, determine champions, ia
all age' Classifications of -swim-mers.
The Elk's , will continue
sponsorship of this event if th
meet is a success and the- swim swimmers
mers swimmers indicate they want it.
Entry time will close July 1 so
anyone who has forgotten or mis
laid their entry blanks better get.
them in. You can pick up blanks'
at any ot the FanCanal or Armed. ;
Forces Pools. i ( u
According to Charles J. Connor,
Manager of the meet, there have
been some ninety swimmers reg registered
istered registered for the meet. A disappoint disappointing
ing disappointing turnout resulted from the Arm'
ed Forces children because of .the
late start of their swimming pfO"-
gram. h'-.I" v
The best field of entries have
been posted from Gamboa with'
some forty youngsters honing to-.
pick up some of the lovely tropies
that will be presented to the cham champions.
pions. champions. :'.
Our young swimmers .will b&ua.
fine fettle as they are being, inten-;
sively trained for competitw'
swimming by Bob Connor, former formerly
ly formerly of Balboa Hikh School, and Drips
ently an outstanding prospect 0
inau Mann s team at Oklahoma
University. Bob shuttles froov
Gamboa to Gatun and to. Balboa,
daily to give these eager young
sters instruction. , ,f
Nils Linfors has already depirt- -ed
for the Coast Guard Academy
so we will not get a last look: at
this outstanding young performer.
European-made cars which 'ire
normally used on track and road
He also said the two Maserati
cars tested by Jean Behra tf
France today were not factory
After pointing out that. Ameri American
can American cars had "a larger piston dis
placement than the European
cars, Chiron said that a good sug sug-"gestioki
"gestioki sug-"gestioki woujd ,be to organize a
race with American drivers driv driving
ing driving American made cars at In Indianapolis.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AS INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
. SATURDAY. JUNE 29, 1957
.THIS .SPACE IS FOR SALE
J H Hi ,, I "is. 4,"
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedrooms 2 porches, maid'
room, 2 bathrooms, garage, ate.
El Carman, Via Espana 2020.
3, FOR RENT. Chalat or part of-,
it. Completely furnished, new, 2
' bedroomi, living-dining room,
' kitchen, bathroom, maid's room,
garage, etc. "Urbanizacion. Loi
Angeles." For information Phone
FOR RENT: Brand new chalet,
"Loma Alegre." 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, porch, hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2-2648,
FOR RENT: Small chalet, one
I. bedroom, furnished, G.I. inspecf-
mericano, Via Espana.
i FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo largo-beach
beach largo-beach house. One mile past Ca-
aino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara.' Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
eatisffing vacations, Santa
Clara leach, Shrapnel's fur furnished
nished furnished house. Phono Balboa
J FOR RENT Spacious and mod-
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- Canal. Zone border. Building re recently
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8 a.m. to 12 noon and 2 to 5
Weapons People Say
Testing Is Price
Of 'Clean' H-Bomb
? WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP) (UP)--
- (UP)-- The weaponipeople have told
TBwfAtlt V KloAfltmUfftf TnST tnl
price jpf thA'Ctean; H-lwmb, yf cpn
-They put-it to mm less Diunuy
r than that: They said "give us
:' four or five years to test each
iten of our development and we
will produce an absolutely clean
The President so quoted them
at his news conference Wednes
day. But he went on to say that
. fce it nevertheless determined to
. fto right ahead with American
proposals for supsension of, tests
' as a first step toward ultimate
So whether the clean H bomb
everts perfected remains to be
r By4' "absolutely clean the wea
pons scientists don't mean just 95
or 8S or 97.5 percent clean, mey
m.m U.hAmli that wnnlH ffon.
, crate, no radioactive fallout what-
1. There is no such thing now.
. The wkarjona makers 'Cannot now
, produce an H bomb without an
atomic; fission trigger, and no
weapon with fission in it is clean.
, Fision fs the source of all the
weapons radioactivity that t h eJ
world is so upset about.
.: The scientists who put the test
Isua, to h President this week
went Prs. Ernest O. Lawrence,
Edward Teller and Mark M.
Mills, .all of the University of Cal
iforhia radiation laboratory
i : Berkeley.
That is the outfit that runs the:
Atomic Energy Commisions hot M'ss Turner asked for no au au-shot
shot au-shot weapons lab at Uvermore, ; mony a"d "aid an amicable pro--jV
IPerty settlement was signed last
7 T'r I night, the details of which will not
a.r mads by
Ws accept special or-
fjtrs for Ksvsra tape
recorders cost plus 10
your price plus 10
Camera Headquarters J
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ATTENTION. 0. 1.1 Juat built
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2 bedrooms, hot, cold watet.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bod-room
unfurnished apartment in
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during office hours.
FOR RENT: Apartment, three
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FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished,
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Beautiful view. Rent: $65. Tele Telephone
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FOR RENT: Apartment, one
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FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
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FOR RENT: Beautifully decor decorated,,
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FOR RENT: Furnished Of an
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FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment, excellent loca location.
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FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished modern 1 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Cangrejo, July 1 1 -October
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FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
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Porch, parlor-dining room, bed bedroom,
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$55. Apply No. 112 Via Belisa Belisario
rio Belisario Porras, near Roosevelt The Theater.
ater. Theater. Lana Turner Files
For Fourth Divorce;
SANTA MONICA. Calif.. June 29
(UP) Film star Lana Turner.
estranged from actor Lex Barker
since Feb. 19, filed suit for di divorce
vorce divorce today.
The actress chareed that t h e
failure of her fourth marriaee
stemmed fiom Barker's "extreme
cruelty, but no specific acts were
mentioned in tne suit filed by at attorney
torney attorney Louis Rlan
be revealed. She requested t h e
court to allow her to assume her
i rr. i- ..
ine one-ume sweater gin oi
the movies mrrirf tho fnrmr
Tarian of films in Italy on Sept.
i7, 1953, after a whirlwind court
ship around Europe. Last Oct. 6
she lost a child they had expect expected
ed expected to oe born in January.
DETROIT, June 29 (TJPl Er Ernest
nest Ernest Smith, 27. was sentenced
to serve 90 days for reckless
A patrolman testified that as
he cbssed Smith at 50 miles an
hour goinj the wrong way on a
one-way street. Smith's car
struck four parked autos sot!
smashed Into the front of a
Family Pickets Win
SOtTTH BEND, Ind, June 29
"CTk Robert Marvin, 27, turn turned
ed turned himself in to authorities be because
cause because h'j wife and three chil children
dren children picketed the home of his
Marvin had been sought since
June 7 for alleged failure to
make support payments to his
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VAN-DER-JIS-oO Street No. SI FARMACIA EL BATURBO Paxque Lefevre
the Bella Vista Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, good condition,
radio, good tires. Phono Cristobal
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1951
Ford V8 Victoria with 5 excel excellent
lent excellent wsw tires, overdrive, radio,..:
heater, undercoating. $175 down
or older car as trade-in. Balanco
on easy payment plan. Call 83 83-3281
3281 83-3281 after 4 p.m. for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, very good tiros and
motor, $200 cash. House 356,
Apt. 11, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 4-door
sedan, new tires, battery, muf muffler
fler muffler tail pipe, interior and exte exterior,
rior, exterior, $475 cash. Economical 6 6-cyl.
cyl. 6-cyl. engine. Phone Balboa 2 2-1515.
1515. 2-1515. FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac-S
convertible, hydramatic, radio,
undercoated, sporty, clean, over overhauled,
hauled, overhauled, good tires. 2-3467.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 9-pis-senger
station wagon, deluxa VS.
standard shift. Phone Bal 2871.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-door
Fordomatic, radio, low mileage,
excellent condition. Ona owner.
5358 Magoon, Diablo. Phono
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Cen Century
tury Century 4-door hardtop, two-tone,
wsw tires and radio. House
718-C, El Prado, Balboa. Phono
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobilo
Convertible, 6-cyl., hydramatic.
Motor, brakes completely over-'
hauled. New paint, tiros, battery.
Top good. Very reasonable.
2169-A,;8th East St., Curundu.
FOR SALE' 1950 Studebaker
Commander four-door, excellent
condition,, low mileage. House
5360. Diablo Hghts.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Commander four-door, excel ln
condition, low mileage.' f Houses.
536ff l4ee PI., Diablo Hgts.
-B.l.91,8. .vj(,VX ;,-
very good condition, duty paid.
Must sell immediately $350. Al-
brook 86-6285. .. ;r
FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac
Sport Coupe $1595 duty paid.
Excellent condition. Can finance
iii Zone. 572-C, Curundu Hgts.
83-6230. ' ,;H- : y
WANTED TO BUY: Sot o
woman's golf clubs. Balboa 2 2-3544.
3544. 2-3544. 6410 Los Rios.
The best dinner and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hoto Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S do Mayo.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packer Shipper Movent
Phone 2-2451 2 2562
Learn. Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Ir Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL ranana t-552
EXPERT TRAVEL v
Fiiianquc Travel Service
Tel. Pan. 2-1661
"Strat Teat flame Sewn
aifOw MaebiM. tlaswee
trees Beta esele eeri fee
MrSkel nette, arth areraa.
SS S. intte arasssaiee S-nn
Or. SCBOU. trmtacd Qnepaaiel
... ask for Bill
. L. Maduro Jr.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fo. do
FOR SALE. Save money. Buy
Clayto blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They aro economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco & Alfarerie, S.A.,
Via EspaAa No. 37-48. Phono1
Baby -Orchids, Corsages, 'Bou-
quets,i Gifts, Hospital;' deliveroo'
anywhere U.S.A., Canal Zona.
Phono Panama 3-0771, Cristobal
FOR SALE Green 9x12 rug;
'52 Buick Riviera, new rubber &
lifetime battery. Phone Cristobal
FOR SALE: 8-Jn. tilting-arbor
bench saw with or without 25 25-cyclo
cyclo 25-cyclo Vz-hp. motor. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3636.
FOR SALE: Livi ng room ta
bles, lamps, desk, sideboard,
dresser, rugs, dining tables, one
with glass top, dining chairs,
typewriter, small radio. Some
tools. 74 1 -D- Enterprise Place,
next to Prado.
FOR SALEx- Wooden Venetian1
blinds for duplex. Twelve 34x52,
two 27x45 good condition. 1947
Buick 4-door, good transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, good tires, battery. Call 2 2-3254.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR
SALE: Sealed bids, for opening
in public, will be, received until
10:30 a.m., July 5, 1957, in the
office of Superintendent Of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for electric food
carts; vegetable steanrer; Incuba Incubators;
tors; Incubators; alcohol and soap dispensers;
operating tables; medical chair;
operating lamps; instrument
sterilixer; acetylene tank; dental
chair; air compressor; grease lu-
bricatirig machine, wheel aligner;
pump;, lathe; highway mower;
electric planers; woodworking
Nutera; pneumatic tampers' and
' mechanical vibrator. For further
information and copy of Invita Invitation
tion Invitation No. S-57-354 contact office
of Superintendent of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, telephone 2-1086.
i KSA.tl? AWc" Violets.
s $r.25. roth Street No.i 18, S.o
Francisco. Phono 3-2134.
Help, your. Spanish,,
r Ho, Kyan's" book e
of idioms Br
verbs. Call Panarna 3-2134.
fik aaswl naalta...
$15. 828X.B, Emoin itrmm
FOR SALE: Necchi sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. Cad 31017 er 3-6606.
f VIOTTf Vernal
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A WONDERrUL COMBINATION WITH
"GIRLS m PRISON"
with Joaa TATLOX Kkhar4 DEMONG Adele JIRGLVS
NEXT C03ILG THURSDAY JULY 4ih at
la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo
I Street ) FARMACIA "SAS" Via Poms 111 NOVEOAOES ATMS Besiqt
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Brand now Elto 5 5-hp.
hp. 5-hp. eutbioard motor and stand,
$175. Phono Pan. 36298.
FOR SALE: 40-ft. former J.
j Boat fully equipped (diesol pow-
or). Call 2-3578.
Helps llab Couple
Wanted For Murder
DECATUR. Ala.; June 29 (UP)
Police arrested a young couple
wanted on a murder charge
Wednesday with the aid of a law law-abiding
abiding law-abiding x-eptile.
Jeff Mitchell. 29, and his 21-
oea oy pouce wnen a snK uu
tne woman, lorcmg me .coupie 10
come out of hiding and seek medi
They had been hiding for two
days in a dense wooded area near
The two were jailed and chareed
with the murder of John W. Smith,
63, Little Rock, Ark... whose bat battered
tered battered body was found Monday on
the bank of the Tennessee Kiver
Police said he apparently died as
the result of a beating.
A fisherman reported seeing the
couple with Smith m a boat snort
ly before the mussel' fisherman
was found dead.
The Mitchells said they hid out
in the wooded area after reading
of Smith's death in a newspaper
Police said Mitchell admitted
fichtins. with Smith and hitting
him "a couple of times" during
a party on the river bank.
Maj. Edris Mendez
Of LA School Gets
Wi Mafr Edris .iMendez recently vwaa
awarded a uertmcate :ot Acnieve-
ment at the Vnite states : Army i
nal Zone, for his work; as com-
manding officer of the iun a a-merican
merican a-merican Student Company. Maj.
Mendez commanded the company
from Aug. 1, 1955, to May 31,
During this time Mendez was
directly involved in the reception,
processing, and administration of
approximately 1600 students, rang
ing from, privates to general, re-
DresentzuiK zi anerem l.uu a-
The intiative, ; enthusiasm and
diplomacy displayed by Maj. Men
dez in handling the many admin administrative
istrative administrative Problems -which arose
from the processing of the stu
dents, contributed substantially to
the efficient operation, of the
Mendez is the son of Mr. Luis
Mendez-Cardona of 1057 Joaquin
Lopez Street, 30 Piedras, Puerto
Rico. He-is a veteran of both
World War II and the Korean
Mendez Is returning to Puerto
Rico for reassignment with his
wife Nardaliza Mendez-Olivencia
and their three children.
Arosemeoa Ave. and 32 St. 0) FARMACIA
FOR SALE; Maple dinette sot
w4,chairs, excellent condition;
must sacrifice. Qtrs. 868-C, Fort
Kobbe, C.Z. Phone Fort Kobbo
FOR SALE: RCA radio-phonograph,
25-cycle all porcelain) re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, bamboo couch; glass
top table, maple dining table,
14' band saw, 15" drill press,
steel office desk wchair, metal
lawn chairs, electric roaster and
other miscellaneous items, House
718-C El Prado, Balboa. Phono
Balboa 2-1473. f :
FOR SALE9-ft. Westinohoiiso
refrigerator, porcelain; mahogany
bookcase; I overstuffed chair; 3
bamboo chain; 1 set dishes,
Franciscan pattern; I chiffonier;
Mixmaster; coil bed springs and
mattresses for aingla beds and
various household effects. House
5360 Magoon PI., Diablo Hgts.
FOR SALE: Small Frigidaira re re-frigeraror
frigeraror re-frigeraror $40, good condition.
Federico Boyd No. I. Phone 3 3-7
7 3-7 1516.
FOR SALE : Mamboo blinds, two
10-ft. and two 8-ft. Call Balboa
Atlantic Sfde Plans
Full Day's Doings,
Sock Dance For 41b-
In adriirinn tn full iliv1. ,!-
rvities, kicked off by an address by
uovernor-roller at :30 a.m. the
Fourth of July committee has an
nounced a community sock dance
ai me Margarita Gym. following
we most coionui and spectacular
display of fireworks ever to be
seen m the Canal Zone. The fire.
works display will take place in
iwui Margarita at approximate
Contributor's tickets are on sale
at ine, commissaries to defray ex
penses- at one dollar .oer familv
wuicu vim-. eauue me t. noiaers to
euaucps on we several floor-prizes
to be given i, away duriflg the day.
Door-prizes will include dinners
for a couple at the Elks. Yacht
Uud and Cristobal Gun Club; two
cases ot Deer donated by the
Knights of Columbus Club and oth
Residents of, Atlantic side com-
mumuee are urgea 10 turn out in
force for the patriotic exercises,
beginning at 9 a.m.. with a Scout
parade and flag-raising ceremony
ai me aouin Margarita school.
Paraiso Bridge Club
To Hold Tournantenl
Next Veek AI tddge
Tho. Paraiso Bridge Club's
open tournament scheduled for
the Paraiso Lodge Hall on July
7 at 2:30 p.m. has aroused the
interest of players Isthmianwlde,
many or whom have already
registered their partnerships.
Lovely trophies will be pre
sented to the three partnerships
having the highest scores. Other
valuable prizes will be awarded
to the players bidding the first
grand slam and those who bid
the most small slams. A bulletin
has been printed which will ef
fectlvely record the tournament
event. It features bridge Htera
ture, the club's history, adver
tisements and a complimentary
section. Each player will be pre
sented with one.
To facilitate final practice for
the tourney the club has ar
ranged to hold play sessions on
July 1, S, 4 and S at the meeting
room, Paraiso Civic center irom
8 n.m.. to which all players are
Invited. 'These sessions will also
afford players the opportunity of
arranging lor pannersnips.
Starts WHh Coffee
Al JWB Tomorrow
Tomorrow win mark end-oTibe-
month fun at the USO-JWB Arm
ed Forces Service Center. Ia the
morning, the coffee hour begins at
9:3 am. lasts until noon.
All day. the amateur radio sta station
tion station will perste to aid those who
wifth to send messages or is talk
enth their friends in the United
At aigbt, from p.m. until 11
p.m. an escelleat orchestra will
provide music far "dancing tmder
too stars" at tho USO-JWB Cen Center.
ter. Center. .
1 : ;
Sponsors for the da-nee are: Mr.
and Mrs. Walter. Diamond. Mr.
and Mrs. Scbaye Wizaitzer of Pa Panama;
nama; Panama; CapC and Mr. Sara Wein Wein-He!baam
He!baam Wein-He!baam of Fort Clayton and
Mr. and Mrs. Zeiig Blumberg of
WANTEDt Stenographer, bl-
. lingual,; experienced, good spell spell-,
, spell-, er. Columbia Pictures, Eusebio A.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenager! Prof eons
Balboa 2-423. Harnett and
Dunn, ' '
Attention Coeoli: ANN LAT LAT-TIN
TIN LAT-TIN will open Summer Dancing
Classes for children, Coeoli Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse Studio second floor, last
' registrations will be taken July
2nd from 3 to 5u
: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
. DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1 21 1, CRISTOBAL. CX
Bahia'e Saloon "Bar and Restau Restau-rant."
rant." Restau-rant." The most beautiful show"
in Panama. "Ritmos Cariocas,"
with tho Brazilian vedette Divar
Dl Oliveira; Two-Gun Smokoy,
Sonia -Zuleta, 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. Bah'ia'i Saloon,
Balboa Avenue in Panama
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- FOR CARIB-EX Cof, fVanh D. Miller, left, sommandinf officer of f,
the 20th Infantry, presents U. Col. Lloyd A. Brown, right, eommandor,
tho first battalion of the 20th Infantry, tho Commendation Ribbon
with metal pendant. Tho award waa live CoL Brown for his sorvlco.
as chief, plans and operations division, G3 tertian. Headquarters, U.S. ;
, Army Caribbean, operation protect officer for Army participation io
! tierciso CARIB-IX and G-3 Task Force Hightower during tho ooriod,
from Aegust 1956 to April 1957. : VS. ARMY f HOTO). :
The Pacific Sf earn
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1 li WAS a sjv mr av a
FAST FREIGHT AND
Tit COMtMRlA. ECUADOR. PERU AND COILB
S.S. RENUTA'' .V.
TO rNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAfRA.
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. 8ERMCDA, SPAIN
v AND FRANCE -M.V.
REINA DFX PACinCO" l.r Tons) ,.SepC II
. S.S. -REINA DEL MAR- 2I,225 Tons.)
. (Air-CoDditionesl). ....Anf-1
TO rNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVERRY .ikr..f.........orB'ly I.
M.V. "SALAMANCA' ..-..-. .... .... July B
ROYAL MAIL LINTS LTDVHOLLAND
. AMERICA tKI ; -.
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S. -DnrrrXDYK" ................. July t
M.S. TARIMA" ....July 1
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ALL SAILINGS SI BJECT TO CHANGE VfTTHOrT NOTICE
TELEPHONES : CRISTOBAL HS545
PANAMA: S-I2S7S BALBOA S Z-1WS
REWARD: For the parson who
finds my lest bifocal eyeglasses
in black case, Stcmpel, 32nd St.
and -Ave. Balboa.
Kills Sister Vilh
Shot Fired At Bird
NEWTON. N.J. June 29 (UP)
A 16-year-old boy accidentally kill killed
ed killed his teenaged sister, Wednesday
with a bullet that wa meant for
a bird. .. -
Kathleeri Ana Pedersen. 15. died
instantly when she was struck ,ia
the forehead bv a .22 caliber bul
let fired by Tier brother Terrance.
ttatnieen bad accompanied Ter Terrance
rance Terrance and a friend, David Aten,
16. when they set out into tha
woods in nearby Stillwater Town
... t .. ,. m j . a .... r
snip in searcn oi game.
The girl walked ahead en joyins:'
the scenery while the boys darted
in and out of the woods border
ing one a rural road r
Kathleen was about 100 yards in
fronfot the boys around a slight
bend in the road when Trranca
fired at a bird and struck his sis-
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Wonders Nicker son Sentence
' I" TTTINTSVILtE. ..Ala- June 29
'TTP.-fc -Mai. .Gen. John B
SledarW the top" man in Army
' mounced today as a final surprise
in in the court martial ...of
Fi .- .inhh C. Nickerson. Jrf
x Meaans win vciu.x.. j : v
7k. ..: nf the 10-member
'- iQurt "which is determining what
umsnment snouiu i ivcu
" srson '..-pit. nis uuiwu uivsm
. komiritv rifalations on lb counts.
, 38oth side. In the Nickerson trial
' v Medaris, whose name has crept
frequently into the four days of
testimony here, is commander of
b Army ballistics missile agen agen-'5
'5 agen-'5 at Redstone Arsenal and is
' Jlfckerson'3 immediate : superior.
He is expected to arrive here at
ik30v-m. est from Washington
today-and court was adjourned un until
til until that hnur.
' Jfckeraon yot n a few final
fclptr' 'at the aircraft industry
hen the Army finished cross cross-jfxamining
jfxamining cross-jfxamining him this morning.
&He said that, the airplane com companies'
panies' companies' sales offices are "pri
marily lobbies." He also said the
2iJ,Force, which has been as as-wgnid
wgnid as-wgnid intermediate range ballis ballis-Tlgs
Tlgs ballis-Tlgs missiles, can not properly
evaluate the Army's Jupiter
Sreapon because of private
8ut the prosecution read into
he f ecord at a brief session this
afternoon a rating report of 1955
filing Nickerson a "free-wheeler
and -operator rather than a team
W.f'jfjis wheeling and dealing some
Sines give the mpresson that his
ijratty might be questionable,"
aid-the renort. signed by Maj.
Gens" J. H. Henrichs, deputy chief
of i&ray Ordaance, as endorsing
J?N;ttkerson had admitted on the
"stand he took the direct approach
lo get things done but "cut too
hott" when he sent secret docu
ments on Jupiter performance to
ttljjiflduals he hoped would "get
the -facts" before Secretary of
Defense Charles E. Wilson.
w General Medaris, Nickerson tes-
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uiies vesieruav. iiiiiisoii um uuwu
In Anting a protest of Wilson's
decision assigning intermediate
missiles to the Air Force. But he
taid Medaris' written comment
wa,s"-kept highly secret and was
made at the request of Army Sec
retary Wilber Brucker.
Nickerson testified this morning
that an Air Force general was not
able to get a true picture of tne
Army's .1,500 mile Jupiter guided
missile's capabilities because of
the pressures around him.
Nickerson said tne vice presi
dent of a private advisory firm
arranged to accompany Maj. Gen.
Beniamin A. Schriever and otherl misled by his
Air-. Force officers here on an' West CoasV
inspection of the Jupiter so he
could be at their 'elbow. Schriever
heads the Air f orce ballistics
"General Schriever came here
and had a Ions talk with General
Medaris, head of the Army mis missile
sile missile agency," Nickerson said. "He
was very much impressed, tie
realized he had been considerably
advisers on the
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Let the people know the truth and the country is afe', Abraham Lincoln-,
1 2nd JEAB
PANAMA, K. P., SATURDAY, JUNK 29, 195?
Scientists Perform Delicate
Task; Free Jammed A-Bomb
ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nev
.TimA 29 aiPl Three volunteer sci
entists vesterday performed one of
the most hazardous of missions by
rlisarmine an atomic bomD mat
failed' to fire.
The three scientists, along with
two others who stayed at the base
of the 500-foot tower on which the
atomic device rested, risked be being
ing being disintegrated by a force equiv equivalent
alent equivalent to 10,000 tons flf TNT.
The unscheduled drama on the
Nevada test site came to an end at
In Tobacco Warning
8:15 a.m. when they tersely flash
ed by telephone the control point
The sixth atomic experiment of
the 1957 test series was scheduled
to be detonated at 4:45 a.m. the
"zero moment arrived, the se
quence timer had reached the ex
act instant when it was supposed
to detonate the atomic device and
unleash the now familiar fireball.
But nothing happened. On
News Neb somn 300 observers
waited. Then the word came ov over
er over the public address system
that the device had failed to fire.
The observers received a warn warning
ing warning to keep their dark glasses en
in case the deadly package atop
the tower should explode in
Rtea'dier Or Not
Thi i wettttes report lor 'the
, 24 hours -ending I a.m. today,
ir ptepred by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hyorographic Branch
the Panem Canal Company:
. ',- Balboa Crist6bal
" High 82 M
-3Iifh 91 92
Low 81 78
(max. mph) S-20 SE-16
RAIN (inches) .78
, (Inner harbors) S3
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SUNDAY, JUNE 30
NEW YORK, June 29 (UP) The
Tobacco Industry Research Com Committee
mittee Committee yesterday disputed the rea
sons for the British government's
campaign to warn Britons of the
"risk involved in smoking."
The British government acted
after a Medical Research Council
report that smoking has caused
"a very great increase in deaths"
from lung cancer.
But the tobacco industry com
mittee said the council's conclu
sions were based on facts which
had not been confirmed by scien scientific
tific scientific experiments.
The committee said many au authorities
thorities authorities in the United Staes and
abroad do not accept the cause
and effect hypothesis between cig cigarette
arette cigarette smoking and lung cancer.
- It said much research into lung
cancer' Still is. needed and that
such research should not be "un "unwisely
wisely "unwisely restrictive' to one possible
cause of lung cancer.
In London, cigarette manufac
turers challenged the government-
endorsed medical report and call
ed for research to determine thei
"real causes" of the disease.
At the same time, however, the
Lancet and the British Medical
Journal-leading organs of the me medical
dical medical profession in that country
demanded action to curb the smok
The report prepared by
council and endorsed by
Health Ministry said the lung lung-cancer
cancer lung-cancer death rate has more than
doubled in the past 10 years, in increasing
creasing increasing from 18.8 to 38.8 per 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 Britons.
A committee representing Brit
ain s major cigarette companies
retorted that the report proved
only that both cigarette-smoking
and lung cancer have increased.
The same tense scene was re
peated two miles from ground
Zero where 2,000 Marines and sev
eral newsmen huddled. The Ma Marines
rines Marines had been scheduled to under
go battlefield training under atom
ic conditions. And a little more
than a mile from the tower were
17 civilian volunteers in an under
ground bomb shelter who had
been prepared to engage in an
experiment in decontamination
work and survival in nuclear
The men in the trenches and
observers on News Nob were evac
uated while the volunteers to
disarm the bomb gathered their
equipment and prepared for the
second time in the history of
continental atomic experiments to
disarm a bomb that r ol failed to
fire. The first time Hre was on
Oct.. 19. 1951. "J
Forest Fairbrother Bernard
nuDin or toe Livermore. cam.,
atomic : laboratory and Robert
Burton of the, Sandia Laboratory
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Hi niuuvjucrquc, ji.m were se selected
lected selected from the volunteers for the
actual wb of disarming the' bomb.
Walter Arnold, of Livermore, and
Edward n. Tucker of the firm
of Edgerton Germhausen and
brier accompanied them to re
main on the ground.
Arnold and Tucker took their
station at the base of the tower
and official observers saw Fair Fair-brother
brother Fair-brother .Rubin and Burton begin
th.' the slow ascent at 7:30 a.m.
Then followed the longest 45
minutes that scientists cared to
remember. Little was tald for
all were aware of. the danger.
and none more than the five
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A Senate Judiciary subcommittee,
acting with almost unprecedented
speed, today Unanimously an an-proved',
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"Device disarmed," was the
signal for the tense scientists in
the control point to relax. The
the official explanation for the
failure of the bomb to fire was
"failure of power to reach the de device."
vice." device." Atomic scientists immedi immediately
ately immediately began a series of checks
to determine the exact cause of
The atomic scientists recalled
the previous time that an atomic
device mis-fired in 1951 and Dr.
Jack Clark, assistant test direc director,
tor, director, climbed a 300-foot tower to
disarm the deadly package.
! disarm the deadly package.
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LET'S KICK NOW Little four-year-old John L. Lewis, Jr. son of Capt. John X. Lewis,, ad adjutant
jutant adjutant 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, gets some assistance from Pfc. Roger Graynd Miss .Sally
sack during a swimming class at the Fort Ko bbe pool sponsored by the Kobbe Youth Activi
(U.S. Army Photo)
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP)
President Eisenhower 'helped
dedicate a new Moslem religious
center today and then : Blippe.d
off his shoes to inspect the In
side of the' minaret-crowned
He told the Moslem audience
gathered under a canopy on the
lawn that America welcomes the
Islamic center, the first of its
kind in the United States, as It
would any other church building.
In a departure from his, pre
pared text, the President said
America "would fight with her
whole strength for your right to
have here your own church and
worship according to your own
conscience." He said "this con concept
cept concept is indeed a part of Amer
Following Moslem custom, the
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
removed their shoes before en entering
tering entering the mosque after the out outdoor
door outdoor ceremonies.
Ft. Kobbe s Recreation
Program Running Full Tilt
School Is out for the summer,
and vacation time Is here At Ft,
Kobbe a full time summer" re recreation
creation recreation program, under the di
rection of Mrs. Betty i flann, cis
now m high ar, '"..r,.;ir.
Tne iirst nan- or tne swim
mlng program draws to a close
this week. Beginning Monday,
however, swimmers of all ages
will be back in the pool, ready
for more Instruction.
The Youth Activities Council
is still looking for Instructors to
help with this second half of the
swimming program, v
The Annual Youth 'Activities
Council Swimming Meet, pen
to al) dependents on post, Is slat
ed for August 12th.
Tennis began last week, and
classes will be conducted regu
larly on Wednesdays and Satur Saturdays.
days. Saturdays. The Tony Traberts. of the
future have been making steady
progress on the cement, courts
The Arts and Crafts-program
is getting underway this week 4
Army Asks Owners
To Register Pets
By July 31 Deadline
Pet owners in U.S. Army Carib
bean are reminded they have un until
til until July 31 to complete the annual
rabies vaccination and, pet, regis registration
tration registration as reauired by the U. S.
Army Caribbean Medical Service
Policies "and Procedures SOP.
Registration may be accomplish
ed by presenting a completed vac
cination certificate from any grad graduate
uate graduate veterinarian to the Central
Pass Office,' Corozal or the Branch
Pass Office at fort Gulick,
Pets vaccinated since Feb. 1,
1957. and for which a 1956 license
tag and vaccination certificate were
issued, must be re-registered with
euner 01 tne two pass offices in
order tp receive a 1957 license
tag. Such registration may be ac accomplished
complished accomplished by presenting a vac
cination certificate issued subse subsequent
quent subsequent to Feb. 1. 1957. Re-vaccina
tion for these animals will not be
required. t-. -t :'v
To Come Gel 10,000
Buzzing Inside Wall
DURAND, Mich.. June 29 fUP)
Mrs. Victor Endean said today
sne is "hoping someone who
would like sonie bees!' will come
and get the 10.000 that are buzz
ing through the walls of her
"They've -been there since
Sunday," Mrs.. Endean said, "and
we don't quite know what to do
about it. We've contacted every
one who had any suggestions a
round here, but so far we haven't
had any luck.";, "t-:S'f:Xw.i
She said the 'bees were dls
lodged from their hive' in the
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KWJS 10 over; "Now they've taken -up res.
r ::u 1 Udenc. in th. bedroom walls."
Another fun-filled summer Is
planned for the youngsters and
teenagers at Fort Kobbe.
Elsenhower kicked his off be
fore an attendant reached him
with shoe coverings.
slipped the coverings over his
stockings and entered the orien
tal-carpeted nrayer room with
the first lady, who was in her
For Zone Visit
A Secret Service agent took
charge of the President's black
shoes and "Mrs. Eisenhower's
white pumps. It took some do doing,
ing, doing, however. U untangle the
pile 'of (hoes left by diplomats.
Supreme Court members, mem members
bers members of Congress and newsmen
who attended the ceremony.
Mrs. William r. Knowland,
wife of the Senate Republican
leader, avoided the confusion by
slipping her shoes Into her
Leandor P. Bonnel, of Hammond
Indiana, an employe during the
wl thn Psnama Canal construction days,
Me men . .... i-..
13 eiiuuiK tew wbb
mi visiting friends and seeing the
Canal which he helped to build.
Bonnell was employed by the
Isthmian Canal Commission in 19 19-08
08 19-08 as a steam shovel craneman in
the Culebra Division. In 1906 he
transferred to the Atlantic side
to work as traneman, on the Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun spillway and was there until
his resignation in 1912.
This is the first time he has
seen the Canal since it was com completed.
pleted. completed. Boncll's next stop will be the
Virgin Islands, where he will visit
Francis N. Bottenfield who was
superintendent of the spillway
work In 1912.
Bonell is accompanied by bis
wife. .. ....
The $1,200,000 limestone build building
ing building which faces In the direction
of Mecca from a comer lot on
Washington's embassy row, was
financed by IS Moslem nations
which have mbassle la this
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WHY NOT? Memphis motor motor-jlsts
jlsts motor-jlsts were amazed, day after
day, when they saw4 -a young
man lying on, a safety island
on a bnsy street. A newspaper
.'photographer finally asked him
why. It developed that Rob Rob-iert
iert Rob-iert Patterson, 19, Just doesn't
i believe in standing when he can,
) lie down. So he waits for his
bus in supine position, fre-j
I quently munching on a banana!
I to pass the time.
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(twia banana was bought from
ta peddler far Htu Llada Kuha
'by her parent m Chieafe.
rrom the leak e Linda's face.
i twe ftrebeMy dicappeared as
Polio Season On
As 134 New Cases
Reported In Week
WASHIXQTOM, Jne Jt CCP
The Public Health SnV.ce said
today that 134 aew polk) cases
were reported dnrlo th past
week, bringing to 1,280 the num number
ber number of cases since Jan. 1.
The comparable 1956 figures
ware 179 eases for the week and
139? cases since start of the
Since April 1 the seasomal
low point which Is considered
the start of the current polio
season 71 new eases have beea
reported. Last year, the total for
the conoarable period was Lr
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Mrs. Endean. mother of seven.
said the suggestions about get getting
ting getting rid of the bees Include a
plan to fumigate the house with
cyanide gas. -
"But this doesn't sound so
good because some of the gas
might remain In the walls and
harm the children," she said. "I
hope someone who would like
some bees will come and get
"We will be glad to see them
go, whether it's alive or dead,"
she added. ?
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CENTRAL July I
Long Stale Of Siege
Ends For Argentina;
BUENOS AIRES. June 19 (UP)
The 'state of siege' under which
Arsentina had lived, almost with
out interruption lor 15 years enaea
at 12:01 a.m.. yesterday restoring
full civil right- in preparation for
next month's elections. '
An immediate effect of the re
peal of the emergency regulations
was the release of 180 Peronists.
Communists and other opposition
politicians held without formal
charge as "subversive risks." .-Political
Political .-Political prisoners against whom
specific charges have been filed.
including 93 Peronist ex-congressmen,
probably will remain be
hind bars. ..- 4 rv.
The end of the state of siege
will allow political parties greater
freedom in organizing campaign
mMttinff. It will nrotMt their
1 pres organs against closure or
M confiscation unless it is ordered
by a court.
The "siega" came to an end one
month to the day before the sched scheduled
uled scheduled election of b convention to re rewrite
write rewrite Argentina's 104-year-old Con Constitution
stitution Constitution as a preliminary' to the
election of a new president in Feb February.
The action indicates that Pres President
ident President Pedro E. -Aramburu's pro
visional government Jus no wor worries
ries worries about internal security de despite
spite despite the recent- "terorist cam campaign"
paign" campaign" in this country and the re-.
veiatioa f intensive reromst ac activity
tivity activity in neighboring nations. t
Ready For Romance
CmCAOO. June 29 (UP)
Frank Cisco 3 planted a yucca
plant la his backyard IS years
ago and now would .like It to
prod oca some little yuccas. Hti
plant bloomed today for the first
time. .- -.
- But It takes a yucca moth to
pollinate the seldom-flowering
piat, and thont special trans transmitters
mitters transmitters are 1,000 miles away i
th southwest t
confidential F B I files in criminal -F
cases. "-"'. '-tvHKiiHh $
The subiommiitee :;vsentvl;tne t I
measure- to the $M'j committee i
within minutes after c Attm :
General Herbert Brownell Jri tes-
tified tha a recent SuDrem fW.r
decision- could -make law enforce-; i
He urged swift
tion to prevents 1 4,seripus bis.- ;
carriage of. justice'? and: tn .. t ii
recta grav,e emergency in, law en?
forcement'' stemming from -' the
high court's ruling opening, certain J !:
F B lilies :to defendants,, iit crim!f
inal .icases-t, 1: 4&-'&fii:r4r 4
oupiniuers 01 'me legislation
were; expected.-to press; for early s 5-
action by. the .full committeeand 4
the Senate in order to get the bill
out of the -way. before, theintici-
pated start of a filibuster ever the'- 1
civil rights issue on July ; -:.-
The FBI bill was prompted- by r ?
the recent Supreme. Court decision v ;
that defendants in criminal trials' 1 ;
have the right to examine the FBI
reports of government r witnesses
who testify, against .themi r
Under the terms" of thei 'Senat"
bill; any E B Irreport'y requested
oy: a aeienjant;wouid Be examiped
beforehand by the trial judge, to
determine what part, if any. was
necessary to the defense.
The bill also would sive the cov.
ernment the right to delete the tes
timony of the government witness ;
or risk a mistrial rather than hand v
over the pertinent F B I report. V'
A House Judiciary-, subcommit. V
tee yesterday approved an, even 1
more drastic." bill. It 'nnbnnlr.
would require prior i examination
of F B I reports by trial judges i
but also would permit the govern-'
ment to withhold them completely
in -cases, involving the. "public in
-S ) Ciwsri Wide Application c V1
Brbwnell told .the .Senate1 .sub
committee that the ; government
accepts the principle that- defend-. ; A
ants in criminal cases should be -allowed
to see the F IB I state' 15
ments of prsoecution witnesses.'
But be complained that some low
er courts have given a wide ap
plication to the bigh court's roling1 i
in soma, rennsyivania' ana tieor- z,
gia federal courts, he said, the 1 v
prosecution, was ordered to pro- :
auee tne run texts of government ..
reports and unauthenticated. state-
ments. ;;. ,; t---";-"i:l-'-.H-';---v.!
If these internretations wera
upheld," he said.- ''it would be al-
most Impossible for ua to
ahead with our law enforcement 1 :
He said the Supreme Court's de-
cision already has caused the dis.
missal of a narcotics' case in Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, prevented the testimony of
two FBI agents in an anti-trust
case, and forced' the withdrawal
of narcotics and income tax pros prosecutions
ecutions prosecutions in Georgis: .-
In many cases, Brownell said,
defendants and their V attorneys '.
have attempted to use tie ruling?
"to rummage through government
files prior to trials."
Brownell testified that it would,
be -"completely unacceptable" t
the Justice Department to allow
defendants to have unlimited a c- -cess
to FB I reports -r r -V :
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