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vCHICAQO, : 'July, 1 3,-(UP) Tha -Chicago area
" V iTiopped up today ,from,th wort rair and thunder.
.torm in, more than 70 years., '. I ;
; i." ki least three persons were killed- In "accidents "f
" okused by the Vain scores were 'injured and pro-
J ferty owners suffered .uncounted damage.' ""
,; Trees, toppled by, wind and lightning, added to to-.
. to-. flooded streets and viaducts forced traffic to Vvir
. tual standstill." j ', '
Chicago's midway airport was turned into an island
Vi by the lashing rains and an estimated 1,500 to 2,000
travelers 'were' stranded In the terminal buildings.
t About 200 persons were housed In Springfield hotels;
!f ":when ;four air flights scheduled into Midway were
?x : re-routed to" the state? capitol.' r, t .'
Red Cross workers, civil defense crews nd vo volunteers
lunteers volunteers assisted. Jn- evacuating approximately SO
; ) families from helr homis m Jolie as Hickory Creek
, spilled over its banks- -1
R6 p e; Sees ; ; Materialistic
Evils As World : Sidness
VATICAN CITY, July 13 (UP) (UP)-Pope
Pope (UP)-Pope Pius XII varied today that
mitanaiictiif rvils are rampant not
ni in Communism but,, in ,,thei
Christian world as well. :
. "The world is in- the grip of
i.iKi tamntatinn : ttf materia-
li.m ." the 81-vear-old Pontiff
Th'i malprialistic pifit is not
- pnly in "that condemned phlloso
the oolicv and cer
emony ot a large part of mankind
(Communism)." he said.
"'."It a'o mnifests itself in the
er-ed for money whose ravages
pread in ratio to the size of modf
rn nnrlrrtaltineis." he warned.)!
The f ope gave his warning ina
eternlv worded Papal encyclical
issued in preparation for the com
linn ppnipnmai anniversary of the
5?hrin of Lourdeg in Southern
: 7 Francn
Greed has become "the deter deter-mininff
mininff deter-mininff fartnf of o manv deliber-
-, atinns weiehine on the lives of
. nnnli.t he said.
' "It expresses itself in the cult tf
Vn tne Douy. in mo misciwu
coarch for comfort and in the re
rnoving of all traces of austerity
, from daily life. ,-
Shovs $313 Surplus
The Pacific aide Indepen
dence Dayk comrnltteo has an
" nounced that they ; wound -iuP
V this year's celebration with $300
In the black.-
"At a recent meeting, treasur treasur-v
v treasur-v er George Case reported that
r the committee's total income
. was $3,336.18. and its expendi expendi-i
i expendi-i tnrea amounted to $2,999.06.- Its
1 estimated budget this year had
- It was decided at the meeting'
; that the $300 surplus will be kept
. !n m bank, and.wui Je appiiea
towards the group which will
conduct next year's event. ?
It waa also voted that the
eommittee would meet again
. the Xirst Thursday In Septem
' ber. j
- Prertnt at the meeting were
, chairman Alfred Gauvm, cc
'- chairman Emmett zemer ("Mr.
- Fourth of July") and other ot ot-ticers
ticers ot-ticers tt the committee.
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it cc ltd .
cot ci :.
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law an in-
keeping the f -radially
U S. Circuit C"
some form r ;
. l;nat thr j
The laws r
U.S. f-rre-r (
r.:t t;r? t- t
tr.e crurt c
9 s rud
s ; c!
'' 'It'Tnanlfests Itself In the un un-restr
restr un-restr aired search for p 1 e a s u r e
-which iramodastly exhibits itseil,
and whicn even attempts to seduce
by the written word and by stage
shows souls which are still pure.
- "It shows in the disinterest for
t oiy brother, in. the egoism which
oppresses mm. aim in me injustice
which deprives turn of his rights
"In a word,'", it y. shows- itself
in that -concept of life which gov govern
ern govern everything solely for th pur
pose of material prosperity and
earthly satisfactions." .t
- The Pope urged the bishops and
priests France to instill a zeal
ous devotion in the cilzrims mak
ing the pilgrimage to Lourdes for
the centennial celebration which
begins next Feb. U and. runs to
r eD. li, 1359.
Chest X-Rays Start
Monday For Students
In CZ Latin School
, A six-week: program, during
whjch chest X-rays will be' taken
of all students ; in, grades 7
through 12 in the Canal zone's
Latin. American schools, gets
under way. Monday. By the time
the program Is completed, a to
tal of over 1.800 students wllj
nave oeen examined.:,'
i Atlantic side students will be
given their X-rays first. Begln Begln-nlnk
nlnk Begln-nlnk Monday July is. they will
be taken by bus, in lots of about
30, to coco Solo Hospital where
the X-rays will; be taken. A
teacher will accompany each bus
load of students,; Ches- X-rays
will be given to approximately
70 Atlantic side students, wi
On the Pacific side a similar
program will start July 29.' AP-
proximately 1,040 boys and. girls
will be given the chest X-rays
in this group. wv!-i-;;r
These students will be taken
to Oorgas Hospital for their1 ex
aminations, in groups of 60. Ofl
the Pacific side also,' busses will
be used for transportation 'and
a teacher will Accompany each
group.. f f
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riTORTS TO iTtrE STRANDED IINER Tug boats attempt ; to refloat the British itaer Bg Bg-ra
ra Bg-ra del Pacifico which U stranded between two coral reef, off- the Bermuda coast The 1700 1700-ton
ton 1700-ton ship, which has 700 passengers aboard, ran aermini July 8- .It wa Ixeea yesr-ay --o
t.-.e aid Of emergency equipment flown Xrom Engird,
Formal US Bid
PARIS. Julv IS (UP) A For
eign Ministry spokesman said yes'
terday that the united Mates nas
made nc formal, move to seek ex extradition
tradition extradition of Mr. and Mrs. George
Zlatovski, indicted in New York on
charges of spying for the Rus Russians.
', Th tnnlrocmin tnld nrpss rnn-
r.ference that French officials were
await nil the arrival next wevi oi
William F. Tompkins, Assistant
Attorney General,-who is coming
to Parts to discuss the case. ,-.
j The spokesman said there had
been contacts between French and
U S. officials before tne indictment
against the Zlatovski's was re
turned last Monday in New York,
A FrcnLh court, the Chambre
des Mists eu Accusation, must de decide
cide decide wnnther the French govern government
ment government can extradite the two, who
iav hean hvine in Paris since
1949. But it can not act until the
U.S. maks a formal request for
Ex-Con Up For Trial
In Office-Machine :
Burglary At Diablo
Charged with breaking Into
the Diablo Service center office
,and trying to make off with four
electric ornce,n)acnmes, a im im-mer
mer im-mer Inmate.'of, Coiba; (Seorge A.
poison,. ;ls now in Balboa Jail a a-walttng
walttng a-walttng trial lri. U.S. District
Court at Ancon.
The 40-year-ol'd .:, Panamanian
defendant t failed to post V.S500
ball set in the. case..
Yesterday in Balboa' Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's court he was bound oyer
for trial in; the higner. court. f.
Poliia-' said A that 5 the ma
chines, valted at over $1500, had
been recovered, v -
i Poison was released from; Coi Coiba
ba Coiba Penal Colony .in January
after serving a- three-year sen sen-tence.
tence. sen-tence. 1 -v
Marine Experts Say, Long Tussle
With Coral Didn't Hurt Reina'
HAMILTON, Bermuda,; July 13
(UP) Marine experts yesterday
checked the hull of the British
liner Reina del Pacifico which was
hauled oft- coral reef with the
aid of emergency equipment Jlown
from England. .4.
The 17,000-ton cruise ship, with
some 700 passengers and 300 crew crewmen
men crewmen aboard, jammed tight be between
tween between two coral reefs outside of
Hamilton harbor Monday u during
a rain squall. ; -';v
, It resisted several attempts to
free it. ; -
Two fugs working with. special
equipment pulled the Reina del
Pacifico free in 13 minutes .Thurs .Thursday
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r Before the final .effort, some 500
tons ef cargo was unloaded and
the ship's list' reduced from t 15
degrees to-about 5 degrees, w
Officials said preliminary 'In 'Inspection
spection 'Inspection indicated thC nrp
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CONVENIENT COT Relaxing in his office in Washington,
Sen. Irving Ives (R-N.Y,) tries out the cot he has had in installed
stalled installed there.- The cot may come, in for considerable use dur during
ing during the filibuster-threatened civil rights debate in the
Seriate Leaders Agree To Vote
Soon On Civil Rights; Motion.
WASHINGTON. July 13 (UP)r-
s.nat lpudprs won an" aereement
frnm, Sn-ithprners vesteraay n DQia
a showdewh vote next Tuesday onJ
th Tirliminarv motion to iormai-
ly take up rrcsmei't fiieuuws
.v..1bI nivil riffhtx hill. ... ; u.
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After a day or cioaxroom nuu-
na. Senate uemocrauc iuer
Lyndon B. t Johnson-; sought and
obtained unanimous -Senate con consent
sent consent for the voting time on the
motion of GOP Leader William- T.
measure the pending Senate busi
ness. ,h; n T. f,
Sen. tticnara jd. xwaacu i"-vi
not seriously daftnigetf and
not shipping water. '
Tti. linir nwned bv the
fic Steam Navigation Co. of Liv
rnnni : hait i double-bottom,
if the -survey ; determines the
ship is seaworthy the voyage to
Liverpool will be resumed 1 Hot
The liher was on a regular run
frnn oili"to Liveroool.
mw steel hawsers '.were at
tached long- with' ballast tanks
filled With compressed airV Steel
rollers were inserted -between the
hull and the reefs at mgn uae.
TWraoi mssiivA anchors Were
dropped near the stern of the ship
and connected1 by heavy lines to a
capstan on the vessel, sa lt could
flam on IIS D uwokmya,i w
mo exnerta estimated that-: each
anchor supplied leverage equival equivalent
ent equivalent to the pulling- power jot lour
-v5' 'if f
leader of the Southern .bloc, hid
said in advance that Tuesday was
the earliest possible dayj accept-
a Die' to tne utnerners r for 1 the
first-round vote. :
Knowland m o 1 1 o a appeared
certain of approval. After, that,
the Senate 'Officially will begin de
bate on the legislation, which has
been the target of marathon floor
attacks by .its Southern foes dor
tne past week.
Southerners have served notice
they intend to wage a full-scale
floor filibuster against the House House-approved
approved House-approved bill, which has the whole
hearted support of President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower snd his administration.
In an leffort to accommodate the
15 to 20 senators whe still wanted
to speak on Knowland's motion,
Johnson ordel-ed the Senate to
meet at 8:30 i;m.i todav Mon
day and Tuesday. He said the ses session
sion session will -run late tody and Mon-
In announcing the voting sched
ule, Johnson praised 'the Senate
for its high level of, debate so
far on the issue. He said the Sen
ate's behavior. : "may disappoint
those who were looking a bitter
and bloody brawl." ,, v- ;
Russell replied v that the South Southerners
erners Southerners have tried to "comport
themselves a a responsible men."
He appealed, to all senators to
consider the bill on its merits and
"to deal with this issue as they
13 More Mcrchanls
Fined For Hiking
Price of Foods :
Thirteen mere Panama City
merchants were fined yester yesterday
day yesterday for hikinit the prices of
food Items, bringing the total
of shop keepers recently fined
f 21. -.-'- x -
i Meanwhile, the government.
In a move to combat the illegal
practices of some establishments,
ordered a general revision of
prices on all food in an attempt
to find a reasonable level of
i- i t
were impend by the office' if jH.yworth. Bu .btJ? gaS
Price Control on the 13 mer-e succession ia the ismaui
chants who were found guilty of,'- . '-.hw! tn have a
hiking their prices. An official K"m J.b-l? a world
said ttiat manV of those: fined f eM.Sl at iarvTrd
were shop owners of stores out- ,A e nt much of his time
side; of the city iimlU. where ," X?- Xom in the fash-
special vigilance was matoumea
by inspectors who are making) 7"' ,,.-
the rounds of stores. I He is s ski enthusiast The first
Eight storekeepers were fined time he roet Rjta Hayworth, his
Thursday. Over 60 were roundedifatDer-g lecon( wife, he came ia
up earlier this week for jues-tec0nd lt fti meet ia the Alps,
tionlnr br the orice controls of-; Ch. MirHM him with a kiss.
: The g overnmerit's move. Is
aimed at establishing reasonable
prices for consumer goods with
a view towards possibly order ordering
ing ordering a reduction in some ot the
prevailing prices so that the
consumer class will benefit.
From Girl's Leg
Costs, Army $900
,- --' .
A $90fl settlement was order ordered
ed ordered yesterday in U. S. District
Court to satisfy a $25,000
damage suit filed by a father,
Maj. Rudolf 'i J.; Glogovosan,
Jr., on behalf of his teen-age
daughter who was bitten, in
the leg by a peccary at th Ar Army's
my's Army's Jungle j Warfare Training
Center. 4. 'i '
The ease which had been
knocking around the courts for
a year-and-a-nair was nnauy
settled yesterday; the day that
the Army major was slated to
return to the States ; with his
family, r )
Glogovosan's teen-age daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Julia, appeared in U-S. Dis District
trict District Court last week to show
Juda-e Guthrie F. Crowe 'the
scars on the lower art of her
left leg wWch were the result of
a bite she received by a oeccary
while visiting an exhibition at
Fort Sherman in Marcn, inat.
According to attorney Charles
Ramirez, the major was return returning
ing returning to the states for discharge
from the Army after 20 years
Theater Man Ready
To 'Shoot On Sight'
Alter KKK Threats
GRAY, lGl., July 13 (UP) -Th.ti
wner James C Balkcom
had "Or Betty ready, Jmd -wait-
showed for th: ,target practice
Thursday rght. i
Everythinl wsl peaceful and
quiet as the usual crowd camrfor
"family night" I ai;d wtched
"China Gate," starring Nat King
Cole. v s
Balkcom said 3e was threaten
ed 'last week by la "head clodop.
per" At the Waif for allowing Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in the balcony. He said he
told the Manama he would be
shot M he cam back again 1 to
make trouble.; t '.
Thursday night Balkcom had his
shotgun at, the theater. He said he
was ready te "shoot on sight,
and has told his employes to bring
shotguns if they, wanted to.
'But nothing happened.
- Balkcome laid he hopes the
trouble is att past,, but added he
will be waitiBg if it comesagain.
Grandson Inherits Mantle
Becbmes TheAga Khan IV
cifrlnd. Julv 13
ttd rinf Karim.-
' w, ia..i.wtiri!ihanffit which have taken olace.
grandson of the Aga Kian.rtoday
atircned him as the
ruler of miljjons of IsmaUi Mos-
1 Karim it the eldest son of Prince
All Kban. His selection cameras
a surprise, Most observers pre predicted
dicted predicted that' Aly, the eldest son
of the Aga would succeed to Ms
The choice of Karim was an announced
nounced announced after a iamUy conference
here which he attended with his
father and Aly's half-brother, Ma
ruddin,-24. ' .v
In addition to Karim, Prince
Aly ha-other son, 18-year-old
Amyn, .a, "Harvard student who
wss en route to SwiUerland for
the funeral of bis grandfather who
died yesterday at the age of 7.
Karim and Amyn are Prince
Aly's sons by his first marriage
to Joan Yarde-Buller, a urnoa
which lasted ; U years. Aly aUo
has a daughter,-rnncess
tii hit manraie te actress vh
-ivil ,,tioa ef Lon-
Tbt Aga himself chose ms jr ma
son as ms succeswr. .i
wa enclosed i" the Aga' wUL numbers ef the Moslem eommu eommu-The
The eommu-The Afa's secretary read the nity frieads and official guesU ea
taction of tne wui
"la view of the fundamentally
altered condition in the world in
LONDON, July 13 (UP) U.S. Disarmament nigo5
tiator Harold Stassen wil seek out Russia's Valeriaii-Zo
r in this weekend for secret personal meetings aimed at
ironing out a compromise on nuclear test suspension aux
thoritative sources predicted today.
Despite outwardly discouraging speeches, by Zonn iat
this week's sessions of the United Nations disarmament
sub-committee here American officials believed that thei.
meetings were moving at last to Win some sort of first (
step disarmament agreement. l
In the American view the Russian negotiator's sutf
denly hardened declarations to the conference were pgft
of a planned strategy aimed at winning as favorable an t
agreement as possible,
New Polio Cases
Of 1956 Number
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A total of 154 new cases Of po
lio occurred last week.1 the" Pub Public
lic Public Health Service 'reported to today,
day, today, This compared to- 273 new
casse jor the same week last
The service said the number
of polio cases this year now to totals
tals totals 1,557 compared to 2,927, for
the same period in 1958.
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' The service also reported that
through June 19, 42 persons
were reported to have contract contracted
ed contracted polio after having three shots
of Salk vaccine. An estimated
20,200,000 persons have, received
the three shots. .-.
rt it vlntlmit two died.1
VI UIC Tw-.--
Paralysis was milder, among per
sons with one or more vaccina vaccinations
tions vaccinations than those unprotected by
the vaccine, the service ad.
very recent years due to the great
inciuaing ine discoveries oi aiuimc
science. I am
l am convmcea mat ii
is in the best interests of the
Shiab Moslem Ismail! community
that I should be succeeded by a
young man who has been' brought
up and developed during recent
years and in the midst of the new
age and who brings a new outlook
on life, to bis office as Imam."
It was reported that Karim will
Hake the title Aga Khan IV.
Karim was brought up in the
tradition of kingship.
The family early made him
aware, despite his activities in the
rich international set, of his
princely duties. In 1954, at' the
direction of the aging Aga, he and
his yotmter brother toured IsmaUi
communities" in Africa. A few
years earlier, still only a boy,
Karim visited Ismaili communi communities
ties communities a a lengthy trip that took
him from London to Karachi,
capital of Pakistan? .
As wss the 'Aga, the youth will
be revered by his millions of fol followers
lowers followers and will be afforded the
custom of having his weight
matched in gold, diamonds or oth other
er other precious goods by his devout
Apparently,' the family learned
of the Aga' Choice ef succession
during the two-hour conference
this afternoon.1 ; s
Prince AJy was silent as be
drove ef from the villa, here after
The Aga's body is expected to
lie in a shuttered room of the
After thaL it will be take to
Egypt te b buried on the bank
of the Nile at Aswan.
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Whatever his motive,; Jtorih'l
harsh tone ; had opened up some- I
thing of a split in western ranks c
at the conference; The British ahd, i
to a lesser degree, the French in-
terpret his bitter speeches as the j
first sign of a breakdown in the t
The Axeman view" i', thf he I
tr.t:. e' " ;
j-vur ; uivnui oiu talks.
-wiauir cvncessions nn
' wble 4romvfh West first of all
by getting a Hest suspension ban I
enforced for longer than the1 10 l:
inunuis proposed hy the four wesU
ern ; members of -the subcommit.
ee-Britain, Franc, Canada aid
the United States. . , ;
Stassen appeared eady to make
some concessions if he cOuld get
something from the Russians in
exchange. It. appeared4 he would
be ready to trade a longer suspen.
sion of nuclear tests than the
West at first proposed for Russia
abandonment of her long term
demands for complete banning of
nuclear weapons in case of war,
Galun Basi;Runbf )
Lowesl Ont Record
For Monlh of Jun
Although June Is eonsirtmM i
rainy seajson month; runoff-lrom
the iOatun Lake Basin was th
lowest on record according' -f
the monthly report issue kh'e
week by the Meteorological an
Hydrographlc Branch. -T;i
' During the first six months of
the year the runoff for that a a-rea
rea a-rea was the second lowest In "44
years and the elevation of.Ga of.Ga-tun
tun of.Ga-tun Lake fell to an elevation of
81.95, on June 27. iy
Madden Lake fell to an eleva-i
tlon of 205.85 feet on Jun ,'28,
its lowest elevation since Mad-
den Lake was permanently fill filled
ed filled in 1938. 't"
The report also shows '- that
tne- rainfall during the tlx tlx-mfnth
mfnth tlx-mfnth period was below normal
atj all station with Cristobal re reporting
porting reporting a total of only "30.03
inches, or 18.01 Inches Selow
normal. Other station reported
rainfall from four to 15 laches
below normal. ,. , r
Temperatures during fhi
month of June were from bne
to two degrees above normal."
.A high of 92 degrees was rr
ported at Balboa Heights and
94 -degrees wa reported at Mad Madden
den Madden Dam.
CZ Cops Recover-! )
Part Of Lobtr -it
Two Face Trial r.
E3ghteen dollar was recovfr-'
ed by police in a $57 robbery
which two Panamanian farm?t,
RoOno Mena, 28 and Jose de
Cruz, 24, were charged w i
committing. v ...i-.'
The defendant were new I
of robbing a Fuerta y Lu -ploye,
Jose Barretto, who
(walking along Madden Et i
Road about two weeks am, i
route to bis home in Chi-'"
, in Balboa Magistrate's C S
yesterday the two men v
bound over for trial in I
District Court, ar.d bail ef 5 3
each wa cet la Ce tart.
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THE MAIL BOX
ft Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Otto Houseman Py jJJ
fas4 V ?nd .they sure look well. Caught me w to a bad case
or raeumausnv in my r8 b 'V'rTv,. i. in iffht.l
hkve-had the hot week of the Mupn .but end ta ight
little tropical aisturDance uwn
he ton from ttie July 4 celebration Is still rolling In, and
lt'a bard to leu now lugn iti wui
SSldtag boom Is still on and
re poming irom ro
wanted to know why I wantea xo write uuu- ;
oru.e. They now have the irrigation and as good prune land
pnwea. A!v mw vegetable man lor
i ever saw anu suu i-u timi-o- - ...
f," tnn but no ripe prunes. Well, the orange crop will
K S next week and we may do better. My friend in sacnunn sacnunn-fiaSr
fiaSr sacnunn-fiaSr says he has been eating them for two months. ;
' Se people dropping in to see me last week all say they
willow me next year 6ecm to have a lot of eonfldnee to me
TOllmcfJurough. My Grandmother killed herself at the age ot
lOffrSnmoking much of her home-grown tobacco .and
JS I MOunds left over, still keep mail pouch lying around -utMtle.
I Pop Wright
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I EEFT HOMELESS BY QUAKES Victims of a series ol earth earth-9
9 earth-9 awakes that rocked the Zirab area of Iran are shown i with their
1 meager possessions after being forced to flee their homes.
i KnmS i Rfm nersons are reported dead, and officials say the
J h toU coulTrech S.000P Another 6,000 have been injured.
cviiv fll your needs:
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE i :
I don't Know where the.Pople
---r ,helr elirl0alt-
By VICTOR RIESIL
Duma those man-made moons In-
unlit from those rockets. They'll
i j i a
oo us do gooa xor umon aauy
we're being hit byan interconti-
nentar legalistic missile against
which our government can t defend
us, .s- : ' ., '
This legalistic thing is a tech-
nlmiA tvnrlr! nnf hv fripnrii nf thA
Soviet Union to stall the Justice
bept's efforts to drive pro-Corn-
mumsis irom we uranium uews.
and from the factories wherein we
snin the mafic wires for weapons
of the fjituxe. 'r 1 'v.,; 's,
FnrAitara ntiw th Justice fie-
nrtmiit'i T)iviinn af Internal
Security, directed py pile-driving
Tommy xompami,, nas Deen wy-
inif tn eel thrnnoh hnarinira which
could dissolve the notoriously pro-
. ml I .
Soviht Mine. Biiu ana a m e 1 1 c r
Workers Union, and the United E E-lfttrlcal
lfttrlcal E-lfttrlcal Workers Union. But the
mnt h hi tied in knot!
by these two pro-Communist out
The Justice Department tried to
t haorinffi rniline before the Sub
versive Activities Control Board.
But it can't even get nsea neara.
Ta mnvdfe thic I have for vou some
ia1ihilri nn turn tvniealdavf of
this ulcerous; business of trying to
I Aatini van !!.
Tha day is June 25. After say
ral years af leflal manauvarlng,
tha Justice Dept. has succeeded
in putting an tha stami 21 wltnes
aas supplied by the FBI. Tha
22nd witness Is in tha midst of
taatifyins when tha union's law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, ane Nil Witt, friend of Al Al-fir
fir Al-fir Hiss, -demands that the flov flov-rnment
rnment flov-rnment produce all the FBI files
n all tha witnesses far all tha
years af their undercever worn
far tha government. Sld Wilt:
U intantinn tn lran fil-
ing these (demands for FBI files)
naatv nri irtriirfuallv. with
respect to each of the petitioner's
(government sj wuntsseti...
Under the Supreme Court deci decision,
sion, decision, Mi. Witt and his client union
4re emptied to these files or the
Justice Dept. roust dror its case
against pro Communist union
Ana riaon into nur defense svstfem.
There will be 28, perhaps 30, wit
nesses in au.
If Witt succeeds, he will be able
hr.raie amnne thousands of con
fidential notes from FBI agents,
. i 1 a
lnyoiving scores oi acciei ujci ujci-tives,
tives, ujci-tives, criss-crossing into count er er-ani.nsa
ani.nsa er-ani.nsa nitivitv and disclosinS!
techniques devised by the Bureau
which hav uttie to ao wun wis
caae. AH this will take montns to
nH k AeriAeA hv the Sub
versive Activities -Control B o a r d
chairman.' vl i s-
Theriifsijet another stauing
.oknlmii Witt aa he did recent-
lly will demand a mistrial on
charges that government wu
ness hss perjured himself. There
anil ha uiranerllna. rnnnter mo
tions, adjournments and finally the
nresiciine oincer wui say, nu
w are now at the opening hour
of the June 18 session and the
chairman, knowing that au men
are bom equal, whether they; like
the creaky capitalist system or not,
says: y '. J
"Mr. Witt, we are going to take
up your motion for a mistrial.
Wasn't that the procedure we set
Inr thia mnrnlnv?" -''
Calmly, with tolerance for our
demi-cratic processes which amus amused
ed amused a fellow by name of Nicolai
Lenin, Brotner win replies;
"Yes, wa did, but I have seme seme-thlM
thlM seme-thlM ta aav abaut. If befere WW
ga into the merits af It. At thia
time I reueat -yauT permission
ta wifhdrew. the motion tor a
mUtrlal.JM this time wa eanf
tay whether wa will rati la a mo motion.
tion. motion. fer a mistrial af a diffe different
rent different character er an axpancVtd
character ar whether we will
wait until tha end af tha peti petitionary
tionary petitionary (tha U.S.) case ta make
a motion te expunge his (a par par-titular
titular par-titular witne') tattimeny."
By that timo days had been lost.
Iftiif Ihia atorv ii Incomoleta with
out the details of techniques work worked
ed worked out' by a sister union, the Unit
ed Electrical workers, wnicn ope operates
rates operates in the electronic and atomic
bomb oarts field. After years of
maneuvering, the Justice Dept.
finally opened Its case against tne
UE in New York's Foley Square
Federal Builftng on May 13.
. The government was able to put
on exactly one witness and the
legalistic missiles burst all over
the place. Not the least of tha
union's motions was the use of the
Khrufhchev technique of charging
the ofier fellow with your own im immorality.
morality. immorality. Tha t'ff XmA l)V BAma Of the WlOlt
11 V MS J
a Soviet eers ia the Soviet eer-
butiness, wsnted a mistrial on
mm,Am that tha mi araa 11.
egaL not the union. It takM time
to argue that one.
' But the prua mouoa wai com-
-l.i.t to tha I't that tha Juatir
Dept. didnt aims "All the neces
sary parties' in tnis governmea governmea-tal
tal governmea-tal suit to dissolve- the union. And
ha m the ather "necaaaarv"
parties? Kon other than tha sev several
eral several hundred Wilt affiliated with
the aational UE headquarters ia
the old Vanderbitt mansion la New
If fhaee MtneVeda af local ev
lena ar. eemed es well as tha
tienal arflee, each will have
the right te file motions and
hare attorneys. H will be fU be be-rare
rare be-rare this caae could be heard.
- Hv tnat time tha bis bomb may
aka it all academic, anyway.
Far Ceod Behavior
FLYalOVTH, N. R. (CP A
judge surpajOed a a fine wnea
h AimMjwmd that an ll-vear-old
miata-Ul anvolved hi a minor mia-
tto had dnvoi M years wUhoot
J) NA Service, li; '"'"..
lJ :' Ir" i
THI BROADWAY CROWD
a a aa lit. T... aau'a
IQff jfJJ fyiglflVlllfJ ilWIHIIf VIVAUlUUJUf WbAJ VTTUVJH 9UJr v' ov-5 vpo m nvonuauiutvu aatv v
tka .nr. rAiitwl in lsr titiA HapiHaH in fmirt. Tlie dittvlmanni.bu7z. : .HaI Hhvm' npw
. a t.l I 1 I dl.a. J-a
CUtT flflnf WITtl nUtDlilH Vllall
Baxter. Her lawsuit was tossed
out. He l suing her tor J mil
lions. She is expected te settle our
parently remains Top Man with
Faye imerson. no commuias i
Wostport whore she is a summer
stacktress. .imogana ueca ano
along the Barnyard Circuit) are
ilaying tne love sconps err-aiaaa.
too.."Jamaica," which will, star
Lena Horne in September, has no
problem -..regarding angels. Its
rienftt aacKenis wonn, eirry r
(af the. Social Register!, who
.i.1 1750.OO0 if Tnmded. He
was1 stage manager far "Mr. Wen Wen-derful."
derful." Wen-derful." Craiy about show people.
..One of manager for "Mr. Wan Wan-derfui."
derfui." Wan-derfui." Craxy about show people
,Ona af the local ermcs saia i-
natra "looked bored" in "Pride
and Pasilon"..He was in daily
distress from ptomaine while if
a lmarf in Snaln. ..The Latin
Quarter wants chorines and show-
gels for its now revue. Apply J p.m.
Street Scene: Former Mayor Im Im-Dellitteri
Dellitteri Im-Dellitteri oaving his way into the
Astor to, witness "Beau James" a-
bout another New Trora mayor
J. J. Walker. The manager spotted
him and returned his fee..Lionel
Hamntnn'a band bov Leo drives a-
bout town in a $7000 Jaguar. Jamp-
ton takes the bus. .G. David
Schine's new pulse-hopper is ac actress
tress actress Joanna Barnes. "Witch "Witch-u4t"
u4t" "Witch-u4t" will hp Sinatra's bis hit
soon. Clever lyrics by caroiyn
Leigh, haunting melody by Cy Cole Coleman
man Coleman Lnla DeFee. tha star strin-
n.n at tha MatrAnnma. pfimmutel
(to work nightly from a Ii ft. yacht
parked m tne Huoson. me loan 01
a wealthy Miami Beacher. .Billy
r-ttin had the Embers crowd
sKoe: with his new platinum lustre
suit, rrice: S4su. . ine zna riaaier
in the orchestra at "Bells Are
Rinffinf" is lovely enough to be
In the show.
Canal's famed smoke blowing
signery (in Times Square)
lions. ne IS apvkivm wt,io 10, wmw jrr --
of the spotlight. .Jack Walker ap- ..Alan Freed, the rocknroli star,
x-. t.. Man with lis nnw a millionaire. Susan
features movie star John Wayne..ing enough) fought it out with the he had
. 1 1 : b- 1 u 1. .1 tU. (in fjf hia anaalJArav
oroaaway 8 newesi eaiery ru-
zaburger rete s. ao smau n nas
FLY AVI AN C A
hell In iWew York
one table and 4 chairs. ..Tin rani
Alley expects fireworks to keep
vnl Ain rt ira-i1 mam Am-cali In awf ai enTl u I
lfAlaiAl .. Im lln ',- A At II O in t n1 I
I11ITU1VCU IS vrci nvuuw,u
Dance."' Two firms publish it.
The Warwick hotel starters rate
Jane Russell one ,01 the top tippers
1 Tn j il .1 Tl -i..
is now a millionaire. .Susan
Brooks of "The Big Pay-Off" and
Jim ("GreenDoor") Lowe are
practically at eh altar. '.The Mil
ton Beries visit xne craaie ttni ttni-cago)
cago) ttni-cago) next week. Their pals re resort
sort resort the star and his wife have
long wanted to adopt a child.
Mary Hoblee, an etutor at vogue,
has forgotten Tv- Power with
Prinze E.vlanog.,, (
Bl'ng'Croiby (we'safd the other
atlakt ka tka waalthiatt" in
show bis., We are Informed Cane
aiutry S properTJOS are vaiuaaj e ai
20 million. . Consolation Prise for
Losers: Las Vaaas Is one of
Lasers: Las Vegas is one or tne
vary fa places in tha U.S. whore
poison Ivy cannot grow... Rex Har-
, a, 1. a ak. A.,.
rison's sen Nool is touring the Con.
tlnent as a singing guitarist. .
Time staffers say Jean Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, who works there, Is tha grand grand-ghtr
ghtr grand-ghtr af Lard Beaverbrook. Jan
Murray's "Dollar a Second" tv
quiixer doesn't make the top rat ratings,
ings, ratings, but its audience is loyal
mwxA nAAm Srinraf Firmar haina
back where she bnlongs (with the
stars) has everybody fooling good.;
Gloria Gale's nejw book, calen calendar
dar calendar Model," has an undraped fem female
ale female on the jackat.' Gloria In, per person.
son. person. .Add good platters: Helen
Carr's "Weep No More My Ba-
Clumbia Pictures has returned
the $100,000 bond put' up by Rita
Hayworth guaranteeing she'd fin finish
ish finish "Pal Joey" .without trouble.
Previewers aay she is at her best
in this one. .The town's newest
Jsrz spot will be "Bourbon Street."
Opens on East 56th. The East
Side's first Dlxielandmark..Fran Dlxielandmark..Fran-coise
coise Dlxielandmark..Fran-coise Sagan, fully mended from in injuries
juries injuries in a motor crackup, hasn't
.... ... ;
toucnea tne wneei 01 a car since.
Her license may not be re-issued
.VIOient ngOt SI a cast U
Straat annt. A natron ordered to
u,.' fluMttu hi witn't anand.
boss, who had the tip of hia nose
C 20 Rsars : v.-rUKMsSBIII)
VIA PUERTO RICO
r ASTttXT BOIIT rtfiM PANAMA
TaarM wwt nm Claw PAJUS
TW WrMs aaaat IwnarhMat AittmS I
TrtlBMwal atrwareaaj at reer aerriee
I Caatf aataMa lasyMrattar ChahS C
a aav a - a .Sl.aAak
V mmm eaiiiajeaj
TrsS At '."
Duke Nilas, tha music publisher,
ana Anita spreckies, sugar heir-
afeiati WetKamnrAn'i lotAeit' ml.
I playmate Is movie dancer Helene
rl O vm at fa la trinvla !ntj AAO Unlnna
corner. ;; .jiu ureys nappy
hraalr nirl ninaer ara' liavinc a
difficult', time: selling records. Her
latest : platter. "Lov Me To
Pieces.',' is the title sontf for "Stud
io One", .Artie Shaw's letters to
startled Broadway friends r praise
Franco. Shaw's been living in
Spain for 2 years. End of Transla Translation.
tion. Translation. .Tne forthcoming book, "The
Ukrainian Khrushchev," promises
"the lowdown" on his torrid love love-life.
life. love-life. Even his attempt to woo the
wife of a nearby- Dictator, .Elsa
Maxwell it advertised in a Paris
newspaper as rAmerica'5, Best
"The Little CarouseL a Hunga
rian picture, wmi dc an eniry ai
it 1 1 r ... ,m 1 1 .. .1
uie mosiow x.ouin cesuvai; 11s
star, Imre Soos, committed sui
ciae recently Because a aear
friend was executed for bis part in
the uprisings. .Christine Carrere.
.k. u a r-; Cmtl.
cide recently Because a near
the uprisings. .Christine Carrere
whn will star in "A f!artain Smila
soon weds French stag star Phil'
11 pe mcaua. .fata rage went
dramatic on the U. S. Steel Hour
show to entice screen bids. She's
had S. .Guv Lombardo's new Ca
pitol album, "Decade On Broad
way," rates your -ears. .The cast
of "Date With The Angela" r ABC-
tv) must be the most relaxed
troupe of all. The sponsor just
signed for 78 weeks non- can cancellable.
cellable. cancellable. Edw. G. Robinson has
an offer to play tbe father of
"Mariorie MorningStar". .-.Erin
D'Rrian winnar tit a Gndfrev tal
ent scout nrize then boostfed to
renown by Steve Allen --is back
enjthe Coast with a Warner's con contract.
tract. contract. She will aso record a Cor Coral
al Coral album. Kates it all, ; v
Bill Hates Is starring in Dallas
where "Fanny" is the attraction
at tha State Fair Last time he ao-
peared there (in '52) he had a
minor role in "Tree Grows In
Brooklyn". Armando regulars
shocked over the sudden death of
Angelo Gonzalez of the staff. His
wiui ran auyyvu uum wa uiaav
w uiv acccivi a wr as au waa ywr
ting the car in the garage, where
he had 1nt nnanad tha- doors..
Jockey Billy Pearson, winner of
ttr HOT f FAY LATER
THt OLDrST AttXIKt TKC AKTSJCAS
PAM AJKLX1CAX WOSXS AIBWATS TSTDt
WASHINGTON One of the
hottest, backstage battles In this
session if Congress recently re
volved around Hell's Canyon vend
one Negro Congressman,, Adam
Clayton roweu ot Harlem.
, The struggle on one aide was
to build a high federal dam at
the biggest dam site still remain
ing in.. North America. A bill to
this end has already passed the
. The struggle" on the other side
was to keep the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives from passing the bill
and thereby putting it on Eisen
hower's desk lor signature or ve veto.
to. veto. If.he vetoed, political reaction
would be highly critical in the
northwest, , 1
' The vote of Cangressman Paw Paw-all
all Paw-all was crucial. He was tha key
member af tha Public Works sub--,
committee. A Tammany Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, Powill came out for. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower last year, as two of
his soerotarias Ware jallad for
kickbacks end one secretary wa
indicted. Powell himself has not
bean prosecuted.. s
This writer, who ; heiped JaU
thraa Hnnprpsanlen for taking kick-
backs, can testify that it 'a highly
unusual to convict a Congressma
secretaries and not prosecute ine
So the fear of penitentiary gates
may. have influenced Mr. Powell's
artinn. Also influencina him may
have been a possible deal on civil
JUNKET TO EUROPE
"si.?-.:. rA.i'Xy' ".'
At. anv rate Congressman Pow
pli was reoorted under : heavy
White House pressure to stay out
of Washington and it Became ap
nsrent sorae days seo that he in
tanded to do so.' For he 4 wrote
tiun lnttara tn Ren. Clair Engle of
California, Chaurman ot tne inte interior
rior interior Committee, asking him, 1, to
return all proxies1 (which other
Congressmen. could, have used to
vnta inr Hp11 Canvon) and 2. to
help him get free airplane travel
tn Germany where, he said, Be
...nt,r tn ctiidv AptmnK installa
Oons. He also asked Engle to keep
him lnnind for any free trips to
Puerto, Rico or th VU-gm sinaa
later.. C r wjftKt
Fnvia. wrote back that he could
. F.-A iAA Pnmall nmxies
and .that the interior wommmej!
lu.a'nnt authorized to travel in I
Europe. He said, h would ,-eep
him in mind'.' for Caribbean junk
ets. 1 , .
. By this time, Powell had gne
to New Yerk. Sa Congressman
Edith Green, Oregon Democrat,
suspecting Powell was going, to
duck eut on the) HoUajCanyaji
t. r 1 -w 5
tual windows at Monmouth Park.
"' 1 .. ... ... T-. T.H..)
savs ne s, naa ; ..james
hftnk. "Som eCame Running may
be over 2000 pages. Ayn Rand's
"Atlas Shrugged" will Jbe -.200.
Eddie Bracken's 'Destination Ve Ve-rita"
rita" Ve-rita" is at the 900 page mark so
joe DIMaggia is shortening his
visit abroad to close a deal for his
teevee film series. .Comics Arch
ie Bobbins and Henny Youngman
almost came to blows over Young
man's recent puoiishea criticism
of comedians. .Willie Mays will
get S50Q a night (after the season)
doing one-night stands. Gabbing
about baseball. ...Bette Davis' first
date (smce the estrangement) was
with Jack Frye, but insiders- ex
pect her to reconcile. with Gary
Merrill .Carmen BasUio, the
welterweight champ, has a pros.
perous side-line. Sold$500,000 in
insurance last year, .Robert Q.
Lewis is auditioning valets...MGMJ
is quietly snopping iot writers, in in-ferine
ferine in-ferine 2-year contracts to estab established
lished established novelists at $50,009 a year
up..Joni Jamts' "Summer Love"
disc is a bargain..On Broadway
talent is what some folks call luck
when they don't; have it f-
X of tha
' morning to
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2 In bad
4 Stables -9
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10 Prayer ending
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11 Good Quean
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5 and pans
,17 Baltic er
w y iAiiom
veto, triad to call him. Ha would
net answer tha phono. Far twa
days, Muna 2 and 30, she tried
to call himwithout succiiss.
v It happens that Powell is heavi heavily
ly heavily Indebted to Mrs. Green. Last
January when Chairman Graham
Harden of North Carolina moved
to bar Powell as Chairman of aj
1 akxtt en1 17Miia.iitn aiiKnnmtiSat.
tee, Mrs. Green claimed Powell
bad seniority, argued that ha
should be Chairman. Despite tnis, s
she couldn't get him on the phone.
, After three days of fruitiest
pnoning, the Congresswoman from
Oregon took a plane to New York,
went to. Powell's office. He was
still elusive. Finally she got Car
mine De Sapio, head of Tamm-
ny, to ask Powell to talk wiU
tacted Mayor; Wagner of New
York. He too faUed. ; f i-
Finally, another Negro Congress-
mm, Charley Diggs of Detroit
cailej Powell, This time Powell :
candetcended to talk.
J' Will you. come back to.Waslur'.
ington and vote on. Hell's Can
yon?" Diggr Asked. "If not, will'
you talk to Mrs. Green?"
Powell's answer was "no'Y fv
HARRY TRUMAN APPEALS
Meanwhile two other backstage
moves were being made:
I. Sen. Wavne Morse of Oregon
got on the phone to Harry Tru-.
man te" Independence, r alsked him
to call two Republican southern southernersGeorge
ersGeorge southernersGeorge Shuford of Asheville,
K.C., and Jim Haley o fSarasota,
Fla., formet. manager of Ringling
Brothers Circus. Both are on the ,;.
Interior Committee and both op-
pose Hel's Canyon.
. 2. Ser. s Dick 'Neuberger also of
Oregon got on the phone to the
Denve. Post to ask publisher Pal Pal-mer
mer Pal-mer rioyt and editor- Bob Lucas
to switch ; the .vote of : Denver'! ;
GOP Congressman Chenoweth, al'
so on the committee and also a,
gainst Hell's Canyon. Heuberger
argued that : Chenoweth wouldn't
gethis Arkansas-Frying Pan proj project
ect project passed if he didn't vet for
Hell's Canyon;' j i
Meanwhile. Philip Randolph,
head af the Sleeping Car Por.,
tors, was asked ta mava Paw-,,
also Clarence Mitchell ,, of
,; the NAACP. Mitchell wont to t
' Powell's office and reported back
ta Swator -Morsa that Powell
.would veto for HoflV Canyon If.
ha, Morse, would make Certain
promlsas regarding the civil,
tights bill. : 1
'You tell Powell," replied Mors
"that .the southerners couldn't ?
make deals with me and he can't
either. Hell's Canyon involves tha
heritage of millions of boys. and
girls, both v.'hite vand black, and
he n Deuer not oeny tnem tneir
heritage."' "t' '
Mitchell fiacf a "further" talk' with
Senator Neuberger, reported that
Powell would vote for Hell's Can
yon if he could get a written state statement
ment statement from Senators Murray and
Mansfield of Montana, Magnuson
of Washington, O'Mahoney of Wyo Wyoming,
ming, Wyoming, and Morse that they would
vote against the jury-trial amend amendment
ment amendment in, the civil rights bill and
also vote for speedy consideration ;
of civil rights.
"Tell Powell replied Neither
ger, "No. 1, that he'a trading one
Congressman for five Senators;
second, he's penalizing Senator
Church (Idaho) and me who ara
fighting" hard for civil'' rights;
third, that he's condemned others
fur making oeals, now he tries
to make tnem .himself. ' 1
"I'm still for civil rights but
despite Acftm Clayton Powell."
Powell did not coma back to
vote- The two Dixiecrats Shu-
kford and Haley used this as aa
excuse to vote against Heirs van-
yon. Chenoweth, who voted for it
last year, listened to the White ;
House this year and voted Do. Tha
bill remains bottled up in commit-
tee. V. it reached the full House
of Representatives it would- pass.,
But in the committee system of
Congress, the majority jdoes not
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29 Tha ot 44 Pace ; I
' approval 4( Thoae In fares)
II Sea animals 47 Cry of of-21
21 of-21 A change of bacchanala
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aOHancs SO Before (prefix).
any previous accident
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First Aid Course held at the new community Duuaing in uurunau. iney are iseaiea, ieit to ngnt) Nancy MoKray; Tneima Quibert, Eva ; Lee," Anna Murphy, Gui Gui-llerralna
llerralna Gui-llerralna Kirk, Manuela Levine, Melba Jankus, Phyllis Atwood, Mary Sclgliane, Adellna Morales. Standing are (left to rights Barbara Marohl; Anna-cowan, Xe Xe-nU
nU Xe-nU Reyes, Harriet Laird, Maria PrieterBvlla Brannon,;; Maria ,Luisa Laterre, Esther Fjelershaus, Maria Adams, VI Wolitarsky, Paula Reeves and Klkl RecesU.S.
v - s ARMY PHOTO).
Famed Cocoanut Grove Still
i t rtMrt I nk-i Aftrt The Cocoanut- Crove3ir l5os ;Angeles haq
: had its iace Wte4 many tifiws, but iffcrtUce W rmpuUHoa s rff,
. ;ne oTtheamost glamorous .ovJVi"1 ""- -' vr j
mor than 20 year. ago. show, the famous Plm trees wh ch j
may make modern designers wince(Jbut are a .hallmark of the
lub..Laonel Barrymore once smuggled a lw monkey into th, t (
elub- then turned him loose In the palm.; K, t i- y
LO ANGELES (NEA) The
famed Cocoanut Grove in Los An-
: celes'i Ambassador Hotel has, had
its face lifted more times than an
aging movie queen. But unlike mo movie
vie movie queens; the 36-year-old Grove,
which opened in the Roaring Twen Twenties,
ties, Twenties, has never lost its reputation
as one of the world's most glamor'
ous night clubs. ,,. -
t f. rt ';'v '? :Ci :""' ': V
- A $500,000 ."coiffure and 'facial"
haa-iust1. out", the .Grove ''in the
groove for. a, new generatjon f of
film, and, TV 6tars, tourists, social social-'
' social-' ites- and teen-agers on their first
. Modern designers ma wince
over the Grove's frankly rococo,
crimson velvet Moorish- flavor,
with its'; palm trees, Byzantine
arches and balconies, but this
1 touch of colorful make-believe is
the hallmark of the otherwise
legant ayi d exciting night club.,"
Like the Palace Theater m.New
.York, .the-Cocoanut Grove, scene
. of 12 Academy Award banquets,
hi helDed fnake theatrical histo
ry Onej time :t the. Crown Prince
of Japan was m the audience wnen
Estralita, the Cuban Fireball, was
singing and dancing mere. ine
prince was 'so" excited about her
that after her performance he ran
after her and asked for a dance.
"FraVk' Lloyd, where ate you?
Come and eet it." Capra blushine-
ly returned to his table in what he
calls "the longest crawl on recora
at the Cocoanut- Grove."" 1 i-
"Sorry, Prince old boy," replied
EslraliU, "but my feet hurt."
I remember these 12 Oscar ban ban-ciueis
ciueis ban-ciueis at the Grove as the best
( sight club f loor shows I'x ever
seeav These "formal" banquets
starting in upm harHlv nrm-
VaL Many a star, bored (even as
' voa are wuh todav a techr '-al and
: backstage mards on TV
B'naj Bright Lodge
Founded In Panama
Vith 54 Meters
Last month, 54 men of the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish faith met in the Community
Hall of Congregation Kol Shearith
Israel to found the Irving Zapp
Chapter of the B'nai B 'nth Lodge
of Panama. m c a
' The Independent Order of B'Nai
B'rlth has taken upon itself the
mission of uniting persons of the
Jewisa faith in the work of pro promoting
moting promoting their highest interest and
those of humanity; of developing
and elevating the mental and mor
at character of the people of Jew
ish faith; of inculcating the pur
est principles of philantrophy, hon
or and patriotism; of supporting
science and art; alleviating the
wants of the poor and needy; vis visiting
iting visiting and caring for the sick; com coming
ing coming to the rescue of victims of
persecution; providing lor. pro
tecting andassisting the aged,' the
widow and the orphan on the
broadest principles of hunianity.
The members of the local chap
ter of the B'nal B'nth Lodge, are
all responsible citizens of Panama,
Celon; nd the Canal one, active
ib 'buslnes, and Aprofeaswneir cir
Clest many of them leaders ia oth other
er other 4:ivic and social- organizations
'It is exDected that the charter
for the- Irving Zapp chapter a Of
the u nai U'rith ldge-wui be de
livered in early Semptember by
prominent officials' from- the Dis District
trict District Grand Lodge in Santiago, Chi
le and from headquarters ia Wash Washington,.
ington,. Washington,. D.C.
' The board of directors of the
new loage; voted in at the gener general
al general meeting" for the period July
1957 through December 1958, is
made up of the following mem members:
bers: members: .!
President. Dr. Manfredo Engel;
vice president, Carlos Zelenka: sec
retary, Ralph de Lima; assistant
secretary,. Stanley Fidanque; trea treasurer,
surer, treasurer, Samuel Friedman; monitor,
Rabbi Nathan .Witkin; warden J)r.
uaniei nirseni; waraen, Aloises
Stern. . t f
! EMMY CANDIDATE Polly
Bergen's performance on .tele-
vision in "Helen Morgan"
' makes her a top candidate for
' an Emmy Award. The singer
says She "was never any good
" as a movie actress." But her
' performance as the memorable
torch singer of the; J920's has
4 rocketed her to the topj She
I plans to return to "television'
t where she has ."Hone commer
. oali acd ajjpejred at I pane5,j
" Ah,- memories the Grove has
them'. Bing Crosby made his night
club singing debut there as one of
Gus'Arnheim's Rhythm Boys. Joan 1 Dl!l-
Crawford yon r Charleston danc CmmdllUei DdPIISIS
ing contest on the Groves slick. .
floor when she was" still a would-
be Star named Lucille Le Seur,
PaJm Trees with electric .blinking-eyed
monkeys were symbols
of the Grove in the late 20's and
early, 30 s, but there was nothing
quite as electric as the time the
late Lionel Barrymore smuggled
a live monkey to his table and
turned him loose in the palms.
While women screamed and Lionel
howled, ,3 waiters' armed with a
butterfly -net finally captured the
monkey.' 'V,.,:.!,, Ctsy...
Whether this chase inspired
the Grove's "monkey dancing" I
dont recall, but for several years
the male elite i of Hollywood, and
Los Angeles society, vied , with
each other in Jumping up (-and
down to capture a souvenir' Ifor
their ladies of the evening3
Having survived "monitey danc
ing,- the Cwroanut Grove s ; mon
To Havie Baplism
Al Far Fan Beach
-i '.'' ; v ',
Several candidates .will be bap baptised
tised baptised tomoirow at the Far Fat
Beach, by the Rev. David Jem Jem-mott,
mott, Jem-mott, pastor of the Emmanuel
Baptist Church, Pueblo Nuevo.
Sunday School (for'all ages) at
9:30 a.m. is under the supervision
of Robert Humphrey. i ; v
'At both morning and evening
services, the Rev. Jemmott: .wifl
be the preacher. Immediately aft after
er after the evening service. the ordi-
nance of. Holy Communion will be
conducted, and new candidates
will be received, and the right
hand of fellowship will be extend extended
ed extended to the; Dew converts by : the
deacons and members. ;
On Monday, the pastors of the
Junior B.T.U. Group
Plans Demonsf ration
For Sunday Evening
The Junior Baptist Training U U-nion
nion U-nion under the leadership of Mrs.
Isaac Perez will be presented at
the 7:30 Sunday evening service
at the First Baptist Church in a
sword drill demonstration.
The Training Union meets regu regularly
larly regularly at 6:30 p.m. and is prepar preparing
ing preparing for a contest to be held next
Friday at the association meeting
at Cocoli Baptist Church. All de
partments ot the B.T.U. will be
represented in the contest.
xe ti'iii vef.ia ot tne Junior U
nion to be presented on Sunday
evening consists of Florence Ann
Barbour, Cheryl Peterson,' Margie
Morns, Mary Jean Beeby. Eiva
Perez, Joella Jenkins, Bobby Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, and Frances Davis. Following
the demonstration at the 7:30 eve evening
ning evening service, Pastor W. H. -Beeby,
will sneak on the aubiect. "The
Bible Definition of Salvation.'f
At the 10:40 Morning service the
pastor's text will be taken irom
Phillipians the third chapter,' "The
Attainments, of tne Cnrisuan LUe.'
v The, Uhildren'i'-Chaoel' Which
meets, al iO;W will.Waiconlethe'ir
oastor. JKODeri anyoer. wno is vacK
trom. vacation. Oun hummers' has
been- acting pastor for ,he; past
The Sunasy: Schools meets '. at
9:30 with departments and class
es for every, age.., ,., 4
ly UNITED PRKSSv
aUBURND ALE Fla Refrred
Gen. James. A. Van Fleet, fosmer
commander of the U. Si 8th Army,
on foreign nations trying Ameri
can servicemen in their rcourts;
"we snouia pot send our boys
overseas unless foreign nations
are willing lo- surrender a little
bit of their sovereign rights ?" by
granting 100 per cent jurisdiction
to the f American forces of all
Amencan personnel." 1 1
SAN FRANCISCO Former
President Hoover,! on the 'practice
of the federal government making
lorward appropriation that do not
appear in the annual budget;
"By this device, Congress has
lost control of the purse."'
OTTAWA. IlLt-Mrs. Dorothv Gi-
rard and Louis Girard, the moth mother
er mother and brother of Array Specialist
William b. Girard, in a wire urg urging
ing urging Eisenhower not to turn the
soldier over' to- the Japanese for
"If you allow. Bill to be turned
over to the Japanese, you will i
break down the morale of everv
American serviceman whe i serv serving
ing serving overseas; -and every mother
who has a son who may be going
into the armed forces will hesitate
to allow ner son to take up a gun
seas., ; -w
BOSTON Mrs. Marjorie J. Do-
herty, the natural mother of little
Hildy Ellis, on her losing custody
battle:: ",. ...
"Some day she (Hildy) will
learn- the 'facts about 1 her moth mother's
er's mother's desire to protect her with the
privacy that others were. willing
PATERSON,- N;J.' Burlesque
queen Mrs. Joseph AiDeru, in a
courtroom harangue, charging her
husband had deserted her after
she took him -"from behind a bar
and put hifn through law school:"
"Let this be a warning to all
girls, keep your money in your
LEOMINSTER, Mass. Dis Dis-trict
trict Dis-trict Judge Richard Comerford, in
swearing out a warrant against
patrolman Oscar P. Thrasher who
testified he drove 112 miles
hour to apprehend a typsy motor motorist:
ist: motorist: "I don't know who was the
greater menace on the road, you
or the defendant."
mil I in r IN II Minim il illlTy i i f iaLi4 .iWSfe r.vj
This Is Jbnmy Piersall balanced on the ragged, edge of
violence, twisted and trapped by a world he lever made
...This Is Jimmy... the hard-way kid who went all the
way, then fell to rock-bottom with a crash until a girl
who understood came along... This is Jimmy... whose
real-life story you read In the headlines of the Saturday
Evening Post and Reader's Digest. See "FEAR STRIKES
OUT" ON THURSDAY 18 AT THE CENTRAL.
According to todos Ktds, W
you don't know what o square Ij,
lYQu'f prUxably one yourself.
Maine Priest Wills
Over $1 Million
CAPE ELIZABETH.M aine.
July 13 (UP) A housekeeper who
Decame a millionaire when a Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic piiest left, her more
than a million dollars said today
ine money presented her with "an
experience I'm not used to." :
Miss Marion Casey, 66, aformer
school teacher and housekeeper
for the late- Rev. Michael J.
Kenely, said "I have to look after
4 great deal of money mwVt
Miss Casey inherited jlt)u7oO0
when Father Kenely. Kennebunk-
port pastor; died last October at
the age of 73. He had been trad
ing in stocks and bonds since
Eight nieces and nephews con
tested the will but withdrew ob
jections this week without explan explan-aion.
aion. explan-aion. 1 1
hn.i r,r,w nn. Hr.nir tn m Pa hiso Theater on July 25
at his Uble or made unnoticed pii-i F ,u w "vw
: griihage to the bar.
Gay with giggle water, some
stars, directors and producers turn
;iaugB riots, rmbarrassirz flops or MtxleU" wiU also be shown.
grer performances which sur surfaced
faced surfaced their Oscar winning per performances
formances performances on the screen.
1 remember one 0?rar banquet
at the Grove which didn't end un until
til until 2:45 .m For that marathon,
before TV and minos the sr-sitive
ears ox radio micrrphi"'',''5, I start started
ed started my Beat day's cojumn .:h
' Oscar must have a harg harg-cver
cver harg-cver today."
keys don't even blink st today's, Southern Baptist Convention (Pa-
naina atcsi wiu ooia uieir monul monul-Iv
Iv monul-Iv rnnferenro at th F.m manual
Baptist Church; Discussion will
be held regarding the worl on the
Isthmus of Panama., i
Activities -for the week are as
follows: Wednesday 7 p.m. Bi-
Die cuss; Wednesday 8 p.m.
Prayer meeting; Wednesday -8:-30
p.m. Teacher's training elass;
Saturday t- 3:30 p.m.. Girls Am Ambassadors
bassadors Ambassadors and Sunbeams; Satur Saturday
day Saturday v- i p.m Royal Ambassa
dors;' Saturday -7:30 p.m. Youth
Fellowship t ;ot . 1 s
kids doing the rock 'n, roll.
Rock ; IS Roir Show
A i D.!' ''
The Gay Crooners. are sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a Rock .and Roll Floor Show
entitled "Rock for Joy" in "the
acrobatic team of Joaquin and
Bella, Lord Cobra, the Serenaders,
andlhe Jet Musical Combo..
A movie entitled "Artist and
'Saves' 400 Lives J
' T tv'i d7. : Frsr
r :j dvcnt etT thr Cr
c it tr..""-j ef in )-' -? i
CHICAGO. Jury 13 4 UP) The
national batety council said, yes yesterday
terday yesterday that 400 eves had been
"saved" of "the nation's highways
id ine nm six momns of 1957.
Ned H. Dearborn, council presi president,
dent, president, said, the "figures prove that
the back-the-attack campaign ia
Pains Caused By ;
Stomach Add v
Thouiands' ef unfertunata perwim wot-
fer from dypeptte hyperacidity, aour
stomach and ethar atomach allmanai
rpradDccd wy excaaa acidity. :.
If titan parsons wouia trr annktnf
alewty, afUr aach aacal. a glaaa ef warm
watar in which ana teospeeafa! of
Km tiacfci haa bean tflaaolvcd. within
a abort arhila fhey wm a abl to an an-Joy
Joy an-Joy baarty mcaai without fear mt acid
A half alaaa of warm water contain.
tne on teaspoonful ef NeatneM auick-
W hetoa ta nautraliia this exeeaa acid-
It, thui atdinf In a more nmid dl-
restion. Tau wm ebtaia raaid relief
- r t ft '
we wane everyone wno Has. from the heary and uneomfortab'e
a part in this nationwide feelmf which bothen you Xntrmri
s-- r.cn tn knnw Ih.i VI. .ff.l not a laxative. L aitrewble to th
' taate and k arailaWe at any drugstore
PRAGUE Nikita, Khrushchev.
likening co-existence between the
capitalist and Communist worlds
to. a marriage of convenience:
"There are, many, cases of peo people
ple people not in love marrying, and aft.
er tneygei .married lfjUiey bm4
happy Jives,"ult;,3.rh 'M Mw Mv,
t t tuaiwia ii.l.njiai a.va-Mtv
They Canrl Snewe";
At Loopholes Found
In Hay Fever Haven
HARBOR SPRINGS, Mich. (UP)
Members of the Chamber of
Commerce ruefully admitted to
day there were loopholes in their
plan to publicise the Harbor
sDrlnes area is a haven fnr hav
The. chamber said it would oav
10 .cents a pound for an v raeweed
found hereabouts. A spokesman
said the chamber figured it could
afford to pay out a .few pennies
here and-a few pennies there to
show there wasn't much; pollen in
But it didn't work out that wiv.
Schoolboys, looking for summer
work, found their prayers an answered.
swered. answered. The? carted raeweed in
by .the wagonful. More than 1.400
pounos or ragweed paid the gath
erers some 8140. An amount not
io De sneezeo, at. i r
The chamber lowered the boom
Thursday and announced that
henceforth it would only pay 10
cents s bushel, hoping to throttle
the eager schoolboys.
mm m I'-wa.
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! -19.29 SEPIEMB W57- J l"f
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THE SAVINGS BANK
.... ... .- -.,
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Payi 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
' IIT LA L DEPOSIT $5.00
W mak Joans with guarantees on first mortgages
,vr ,v ; br other securities. t'
- :25cv5p $1.00 and $5.00
i . .
deposits are accepted thru a period
, : v or to weeKs ,:
r Individual aafaty! deposit boxes, for jowairy and
. k documents, Ir 4 diffaront tilt: f
: office in panama
.j. lt$ Central Ave, at
. eeraer ef -V Street
Front St. at evraar
t )th St.
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From t:M'ajn. U t:JI ti.m.
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL
Vonsistent, dependable Bible study is the marJe ef aft etfec
live fiunday School You'll find it here each Sunday. ;
IOAO'THE ATTAINMENTS of the CHRISTIAN'!
xWhUe conversion is not attained by man's effort-after
conversion Phil. 3 reveals that growth in grace ia
attained by well defined rules. 'V
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Final preparation for the B.T.U. contest will be featured) featured)-,
, featured)-, Training in church membership is sorely needed today'
You'll find it in B.T.U T
7:30 "THE BIBLE DEFINITION OF SALVATIONS
Man boasts HIS definitions of religious experience; but the
Bible gives God's explicit meaning of salvation,
ENROLL NOW TABOCA ISLAND YOUTH CAMP CAMP-July
July CAMP-July 19 Aug. 3 Aug. g Aug. 10
Nursery At AH Services Everyone Welcome'
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
)Qo Seasn (
1 Warm summer days do not reduce your
soul's need for worship. Loyalty to Christ
demands your best service every month
PTTjjT eek wi r7TgpcnT?.
930 SUNDAY SCHOOL (a class for every age)
' "Thy word shall not return unto me void. Faithfully, sys systematically,
tematically, systematically, and. lovingly thi Bible is taught Why not foiH
J' with us to learn eternally the way of God?" .-
".'.. ... .-
11:00 "A GALAXY OF SAINTS FOR CHrUST 5- ;
: "God. looks tot faithfulness not successfuinest in our-life.
' A 'message on Christian service. Read Romans JsV
6:00 YOUTH and ADULT FELLOWSHIPS
"Give God a chance tn your life. Be a growing Christian
r v y -4 "..4. vi v.,?; .V
7:00--MSO NEAR'and YET SO FAR C
"The. tragedy of pretense cannot be- hiddert -from' Christ.
Hear what Christ taught on the subject Read itatthew 2Z.m
s -e not been ia vain."
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JULY 13, Ml
Chprch of thrift
r s ft. Harrow. EvngHsl
a t Tlphon 2-3602
kAliOA'. VUl. Balboa Boad
8Vka Sunday 10:80 U0
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Bslboi lHaUjWS. CZ.
27 Ancon Boulevard
; Draw- Balbo Heights
ronw w .w ....
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. BatitTPralBin Onus ....
. 'ftmrft Keating Wedne.
! .".days ., ;'
r.M.BBIM tjtudy iburs-
14 mi's Brotherhood 4Lo
- Monday in BinUi ........
10 :40 a.m
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TUB rACIFIC BIDB
CtpUUl A Mr. Cr
U fbniry Street. Phone: tt-MOM
A. i.il:00 UolineM Meeting.
t t 0SWtloti Meenng.
, ;iA BOCn C.i. t
Ueatetaaai Py ClbIl
Building No. 1W0, Phonej l-MST
; 11 :W ilolmeu MeeUng..
.v J.Ofl frundar School.
. 1 J0 Salvation Meeting.
Katar At Mm C b. Meeeley
; l.-OO 8vjda; School.
UttO Hoiineaa Meeting.
": Sur-day School.
r fcVcWivatioii Meeting.
-BCaaUln Syalln Taylor
XI J KnliAeaa Meeting.
COLdfl 1HIRO STRin
J-.W Bkiyation Meeting,
Bavey J. CM.
Bt. Kitta and Jamaica Street
5 11:00 HoJinaw Meeting.
:00Pi Aday School.
,f 1 M Salvation Meeting
- COLON VJLNTBAl
Sealer t au and Mrs. C. Meoaaawvy.
ifth Btreet. Phone: U-IO.
fhera a Proteeuaki eeegataia arttk
5 Mtty ha
charity la a
THE ATLANTIC SIDE
Vr BT. Bay Blaketa, Paeaet
W Phone e-J51
f :45 Church Schoai.
1140 Worship Service.
- f:4S pjn. Br. Youth Followahlp.
, no. Jr. Youth reilevahla.
, "5. B. r"aul aL W. Olander. Pastor.
. rl J Sunday BoVeaL
J0 Iauta PelloeraalA
THE PACIFIC BIDS
.. Taa ire. Oaeae
Balkoa Bd. at Baa Paaia Bl
.Bione t-lUt Church otiica t-nsc
i J J Church Seboo4 Fra bua aervtce
rarsonaee iTiamaiiiiei ctmi.
W'erabia Sanric The Bjoaadag
aeaaion lor Nuraery. Kioderaarten.
; ?faar iM Juttor Oeaav
4 Caurea-Umo Muraan (or caildrar
, -a Junior-High FeUawaaaa.
. Y JO ieaier-Bigh reuomneaia.
Be. WaBiar M. Aloertoa, kUaiatat
Oft! -e7e Bea.: -U0
f a -at Sunaay School.
j a a .at.
ana weck-oay aca
' m MiTNuutai cMiikui
. t-a C'aaq area eat
v Bar. Willtoaa H. a i an ii aaa
, Mth BU Panaaae Oty
Mornirg rraeat oae) BaraM
!". Buaoay Bra aaa
!.' ie f.twtaa BaraM
J1T aCTHOtel LSLiM k
: 101 aVaraot aad MHieioaa Aim no
. Baaiu., lllMli Mlaawar
a aw-aaaroVno- Aarvtra aaa) I
J r ni .tMley I
I Ceranioa IM guOOer)
, i.. 1i a am fray at Maottne,
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tBMpW'Bao-a aia la rka Canal 0.a. an fM HraHaal
dtia af mM anal CaUa. oaaKe a PaaoaVa, aafaaeJ rolaao
at aU rHWaa t ato aae) waaaaa) Hio orBMhi 'oorotaM. aad cltftaa
noeahaarg. (raMhfi Mtf orraaaata.
Ao BBkUr aatVHM. Hn TbB ftnaaka AuMtttarf UaH. Ma, ky
aaamiaalMMt. aaicao. naur at orhip and ataar rafulai activltHM.
Matiaffa ait rataM frao riaaa o iaaa; Oaaaatiaariaa baviaa
only aaa a fwa aaaflrafar iaa at litta aaaai "Ofaa Caarchoo Aad
SarvlaM." A aaacial hatiaf 0 HKluaad' Uf aarvMag Army aoata.
AJr Fare fcaoao aad Htvt goaliMM. t v
Aiaiatara, Oaatgft oocfararlao aad aliapwtaa ara aaVad t artra
Hia a aw da.lt ia wriHag at Wadaatday aaa a aa lareat at aa
chaaaao la camM Satardav'o Cayrch aaaa. :.
EBUNWI-Jt MKTUOUIB'I VHIWU
Bamhow City. CE, . ,-.r
Bey. Samuel Waldea. Minleta. : ;
Sunday Sarvlcaa aja. and :i a.,
i.hnnl l..r all aM at J0 B.BI
"'Teaf tovHaHoa T Worahla." yr
Tuaariav n.m "ravot "nm
.Iral Church ol .ChriaU Sciontiat. Ancot
OOtl 1UKW DWUJ.W" V
.-kinaay HJOi Wadnaada 0U aaa.
Sunday Schort B JO aja
UtB Street BoUvat Highway
linaaV 11 :00 a au Wedr-adoy
ai. aa .is
aiaaaaai ;wa. o.vw
11:00 a.m. oA Vlaja.
Holy uoy amaaaan
and :00 pja.
-00 to S:00 a Thursday. Before
Fridays 7:00 to. :0
aculous Medal Novenai I JO P-at
on u.. a-aa auai
Catacniam aiaeai .,
on jhunoay. ji
Hieh acnow w7
a i- a-ss. 7 Jo A ajO a.m.
Hal. bay maaaee.- lit w aaJ 1:00
P'conlaislons Saturday J: JO to JO and
7:14 to a: 00 p.m. Thuraday oeioro aim
SeSod Heart Devotional 7 JO pm. aa
Catechism Clsaa: 1:11 U 4.4g pas. aa
OUB LADX OF FAT1MA Caraada
Sunday Maaa at g:0O a.m.
Holy Day Maaa at 0:30 p.m.,
CoAeeaions: 0:00 to f M pm aa Sat-
Caioehlaa Oaaai Saturday I JO to H
ST. JOSEPB Poialea
Sunday Massea at 7 JO and.Clf a.av
Holy Day Mass at a:00 p.m.
... . i-j -aa a ia.
Confaaaions: Saturday :S0 to :0 and
a-! "." a ..nil ..ah
Catacniam t.uuai euma;
Miraculous Medal Movenai
r J,7.A Instructional Thursday 1:00
, BT. raCHTa PamaJB CTty
Sunday Meeaee: 00 and 0J0 a.m.
, Holy Ba M a saw: a :au r-
(H it tall an Saturday the Maaaee are
. ConfawlaiuH aarday 1:00 to f:0 and
f.OO to 0:00 pjayThundayf bctora Fuat
rrirfav Iran D.aaT : .-
Mlrieuloua vWedal Naveaa aa
-itimiM of tbd Craeat Friday I F-a.
1 u' "2" t sa maaa an
Convert Clam: J0 .. Tueaday ud
ST. THEBESA'B CoeaB
a.. Umaa. B Bfl aaa
Helv 6a7 mm: :00 am. (H no
on Saturday 0:30 a.m.)
C.terhiaro CI aaa : SJ0 to 1:00 pm. an
"conioialonsi JO to :S0 am. Sundsy.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLE
Sunday Masses: 30 and 130 am.
Wok Days Mass: :30 Mon Thura.
a.i .-j n.t sMrat svidav mass: 0:00 a.m.
uiw rav Maaaas: g:00 am. to 0:00
Confaasloni! 1:M to 4 JO end 1J0 to
Mlraeulouo Medal Nov ana: Friday 1 JO
Catechism Class: 1 SO p.m. on Sundsy
ST. THEBWra La Boas
Convert Claasi Monday 1 JO p.m.
Sunday Msas: 70 ia.
n i ft... mi.aa. a o
rdav a JO
rnnfaaaions: Saturday a JO to 7:30 p.m
j IM rrldav 30 a.m."
CsteThlsmClsa.: :1 P- Sunday
Sacred Heart Novona: 7:00 am. or
Convert Clam: JO p.m aa Thursday
ST. JOOIPM S CeHo
a..ndav Maaaee: 1:41. gJ0ond0:lam
Holy Dsy Masses! : and 0:00 am
Conteasions: Saturday 4 JO to I JO and
'cuiS. H-m. Wedn-d
:1S and 7:0 pm.
e i urt Novana: Friday 7 .11 pa.
Sunday Evening Senrlee JO
Convert Class: IM pm oa Mondays
Cstechlsm CI aaa: Sunday 10:11 am to
11:4. am. 30 pom. to awe
m r-la. VvrwalttlM af MOSt BlaSB-
ed Sacrament all day. Keooaiuoa mi ij
a.m. Saturday saorning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fatima Tha Holv ll-aarv a a.m
First Communion mairucuarai
dren Monday aaa Thuraoaya
7 JO pm
mainilAtll MEDAL CatalMol
Sunelay Maaaea: 7 JO. OJOand lOJOam
Hnlv Dav Maama: 0J0. J0 am and
' rWaaalnn; BaturdaV 4J0 to
J JO to I 04 pm. After Romry each ovo-
ung- . ..
Miraeulaus Medat novaaai sua aa
J JO p.m. an Monday.
CatorMam Clami Alter IJ0
First Friday. EirposlUea) B day durkag
the Srhoal Tear.
Ftrat Boruraayt Mam at I a am
BOLT FAMILY CrTVBCH la Margarita
Sunday Maaa: 73. J. ana
First Saturday Mam: oa am.
yeehday Mss: OJOam
b urall .. 1J nm 04 am.
Miraculous Modal Havana im pm
Holy Day Mian: 73 am 1:11 pm
Conttmion ... g:tt pm to 4Jt pm
Pariah Pamily Bamry ad
Bomdictton ... ......... TJ0 pa
Daarumian IrMrttkry Croup 1 JO pm
let. FrMav Drvwtinno ... 7O0 aja
1st. Satarday Pint! an ...IMpav
,lJtUTS BelnOa) Ct
a m ae4 u
Ciinransinsi 4 to I J and 1J
g p.m. Aalta-day.
. aUMeaa dam
at I a
Bssanai 7 JO am
rrwtcii.ATE rowrrrTioii iafa
Holv Dav Mast: 1:00 a.m.
Confoaaion! 4:30 to 7 JO pm. aa Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. : ,Vj ...... V
'Caterhlam Cliw 4-00 nm n Monfiav
OUB LADS OP GOOD COUNSEL
..... . a .....
' Gamfcea . :"
Sunday. Messes: 7J0 sod 1:30 a.m.
Holy Dsy Mamas: 4 JO am; and COO
am : . .
Confoationa Saturday at 7 JO pm and
aiier au. evening aevouons.
Baptisms ny appointment.'
Miraculous Hedsl Novona: 7 JO aa.
M .Tuaaday. i j
sacred Heart Novana i 7:00 am an
Sunday school: g: p m. on Sunday.
Raliaimia Inatruatinn Claae faa 4?kll.
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Rellaious Instruction for adults iCon.
ducted in Bpaniahl: 7:00 pm on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Convert Instruction ha anbdlntmsiit
Th Bt. Bev. B. Usher Ckeeden. B.T.D.
The Vary Bev. Mainert J. Patanoa,
v ANCOM, VJL
TIB CATBEDBAL OF ST. LUKE
J JO i n Holy Communion.
0:30 a m Santa Communion (4th Sua-
0:30 a.m. Church School.
0:46 a m. AscUela Dominical.
11 J am Marninf Prayesvaad Ssrman
Meiy vommunion. (firat Sun-
7 JO p m. Avening Pravar and Sermon
130 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer.
4:00 am. Holy Communion.
1 30 a m Holy Communion.
1:1k am Memina Pravar.
12 JO Mis-day Missionai-y Prayer.
Charch of St. Aaaraw
Tha Bev. Willlsm W. Baldwin.
' PHart a Charaa
family Prayer and
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sundsy each month)
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m.
(Also Holy Communion 1st
Sunda-v each month 1
Holy Communion ......... I:H in
. Chapel at Tha teed Shepherd
ThJBev. Clarenc W. Bay,
Priest in Charge
JO t.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C ttrat Friday oacb Month). 4
Bt. Blaaaa'a CaaiJi
The Bev. John Spaar.i, Priaat in Chug
SUNDAYS -f :ih
Choral Eutharlst and'Sor. ''
asea 1J0 .m
Church School 4. ....v.... 3:04 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 3:00 p.m.
Evensona and Sermon ..... 7:00 u
and FRIDAYS -.
Morning Prayer and Jtely
Communion ....a..,..,,... 0:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 1J0 p.m
Woman' Auxiliary, And and
4th Thursday 7Jam
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy communion ......... 7 J am.
Morning Prayer .......... 0:00 p.m.
Evenina Pravar .......... 7:0 a.n
SATURDAYS v ..,
Family Eucharist ......... 1:30 .m.
Office of Complin ........ t:H pm.
LA BOCA -Bt
Th Bev. John Spear. Priest ta Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School t JO am.
Choral Eucharist and Ser
man )0:M am
Holy Baptism II: Boon
Even son and Addroaa .... 7 JO p.m
3rd MONDAYS t
Womsn's Auslllsry ...;. 7 JO pm.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Csmmunloa p J am
VPAfcO BBCt: '
' Chapel' of the Holy Comforter
"Ten. L. B. Shirley, Priaat ia Charge
130 am Holy Communion.
JL Boaaw, B
Ta Bev- 4i
SUNDAYS ' :..
7:30 a jaw Holy Commuruon
0:45 nm Church School
11:00 a.m. Momlna P raver'
Last Auaday each Month. Holy Com-
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
S3 am Holy Communion.
Caaaal of dha Bavisar
3 am Holy Communion,
Th Bar. Alton B. WeasL
Priest ha Chart
Th Bev. Bavtd
, .,, Flea
J am Choral EucharlH A
1 3 am Intuit Baptism. -1
00 -ma. Church SchotJ
Ihetd to Buildlnfc 131)
5 J pm Youth Fanowahl
T -ia ae. Ki in ana and Al
3nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
J m. Woman s Ausuuary
tar Otrtld Meeting.
B Paal'e Ckaerh
Tha Voax L .al Bhlrwy, Berte
Ta Re, rtts a. Atweal. II
J am Holy Coranvatlaa
aaa aja Bun EurharMt A
U:6 m Mamiag Pray and Churah
UJ awe Haty Bsstiam
70 a.m Balaam Vaa
S3 a m Hoi cwtmunla
73 pan. Vnm Prayer add
a em Holy cammunia
1 -a aan. gmnlria Prefer
nURSJAYS AjhD FRIDAYS
Ihia Hal rammimiaa
J Am Hery
CBRJBT CBfRCPl BT-TBE-SIA
'. 1 Pa I p
Coion. 4 P. I
fOppoctt hmI sTaaMngtanl
Th Jmmmm Prior aiiu B4
am Holv Communion.
g SO a aa. Morntog Praver.
. Chars I lrtr
I S am Cfewrh ArtMwd
IJI a. IninM it.enMMig
6 0 am Hoiy Cwofsunj :
1:30 pm Adult Confirmation Class.!
1:00 pjn Evening Prayer and Madlta-
JO a.m. Children's Eucharist.
10:00 la,: Junior Cpnfirmstion Clan.
730 p.m. Complin and Meditation.
X BAIN BOW CJT1
, L ChariK of St. Mary, the Virgin
- The Bev. John A. Spalding.
, Priest' In Chsrgs
Sung Auchsrlst 730 a.m
Chur-ib. School : a.m
Evans-die and Sermon ..... 130 p.m
THURSDAY (t 1
Holy Communion. 1 JO am.
. :. : BIO ABAJO
. St. Christopher's Church
10th Street, Psrqu Lcfevre
'. Th Bev. Clarence W. Hays
Priest la Charge
The Bv. Clarence A, CragwdL
0:00 am Holy Csmmunlon.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Svtmon.
130 am Morning Prayer and Church
12 JO noon Holy Baptism.
30 pjn. Evensong ana aermon.
MONDAYS i .
7:30 pm. lit and 3rd.. Woman a auxi auxi-,
, auxi-, liry.
o JO .p.m. junior vaugnters o. uiv
739 p m. Youth Fellowship.
a 00 a m. Hnlv Communion.
"1:00 o m- Evening Prayer and Rellr "u
:00 p.m. Clrls' rrieadly Society.
S:00 p.m. 1st-and 3rd. Singlatons.
0:30 am Junior toniirmaiion uia,
. Other Churches
-. CHURCH OF THE NAZABENB
. Ancon. CZ.
t Minister: Bev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box gg. Anton. CZ. Balboa 2C0!
Sunday School. : a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 ajn
Yaiilh Service ............. 4:45 ojn
Evening Service 7:30 pm
NJJt.S. Service 7:00 p.m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 730 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ 23rd Street East
B. M. Brawn,
Divln worship ........... a:au am
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masse 7. 7:4 11:43
suo Abam M.F. Sunday honutu at
Meatlnxs Thursdays at 730 p.m. and
Sundays t 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
not ttaibva itoaa, aaiooa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAX SAINTS (Moraua)
Sunday meeunas In the LUS Chapel
on Balboa Road. (
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
facramant Meeting ...... 4:00 pjn.
rimary; Monday 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday... 0:30 am.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4237.' -Atlanti
Bufldlng 300, Schoolhouse Rood Cstun,
, Sunday School, Sunday ,. J:S0 am.
Sacrament meetlngr Sunday 11:00 a m.
, Priesthood meeting Wed... S30 p.m.
frim"; Wednesday (30 pjn.
Relief Society, as announced.
Telephone, Gatun 344 or Cristobal 1097.
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Mtltoa K. Lsldlg, Minister
Phono Res. gl-7110 Of. g3-S10S
Sunday School 030 am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Youth Fellowship :00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship 7 JO pm
Prsyer snd Prsisa (Wed.) 7 JO p.m
A church nursey-i provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raakaal Tha Arehaagol
13th Bt Watt No, 1
Holy guehariat: Sunday at CM a.m
. Ju"dT Wadnaadaya and Thursdav
Sacrament of Unenoa (Healing Bar.
vice) First Sunday at each aaonth at
Bt Bav. X. mm, 0. B.
Morning davotlo-- a J .m
reuowehip woratjip at ....... 11 J a.
Sunday Sohool at 3 JO o
Oirina Sorvie at .......... 1 30 pm
, BABA1 CENTER
. BAHAI'S CENTEB i
84 FirsT Street .'.
Urhanlsacloa fl Carmen, Panamd City
informal Talk and aMacueetone
Thursday ,...SJ pm
Calea, Sth A Fnaf Slraem
(apstalre Aararicaa Baaaar)
Brudy Clsaam Thursdaya. 134 pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
ESpalaba St, Paraiao, CZ.
Rev Waldaha Hi' Stewart Pael
Sunday: 11 JO am Worship Bat lice.
3:40 pm Sunday School.
7:1 om Gospel Service.
Monday: 1:10 Twin, Peoale'a Ra-iat-
Wednesday i 730 Mid-week Christian
Thursday! t JO Chair R shea real.
Friday: 730 Woman' Missionary Sa-
THE CHURCH OP GOD
708 Eighth Street Coioa
Bev. C. W. Craadiaaa. PaaM
Sunday Schol 0:30 a m.
Morning Worship 10:3 a m
Night Sarvlc 73 pm
FTBST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jaaaalca aad Triaiaa Set
Bamhow Chy, Caaal Eea
Bev. W. tamadlaaa. PaaMt
Merninc Worahla .a aja
Sunday School 130 a.m
nignt sarvlc 7 3 pm
nB CHURCH OP GOB
Mra ktaada Miam Pasta
Sunday School 10 JO am.
Morning Worship 11 JO am
Night Service 73 pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD Bt Ahaya
Menu Oacar Bd Uta St
Ray. Wm A AsaaaoB. Pass or
Suaday .Scaao ..........m. 03 BJa
Morning Warship 1 3 am
Nudat AH In I J
CHURCH OP 4101 IPiaki
Bev. B E. Wetaan. Ovianai
Phon S-428. Boa 253. Gam do
Chi ar a as at. Paralaa. r 7- Bev. an
Mra rlermaa O. Whvtea, Colon. R-P
(her. Pernando Loranco). Bio Aaa)o
Her. and Mra. Chart Raynmi. ana
Catlv (Bev and Mra. Clifford Graavea).
Sunday aad weeaoava ilem at all
lIMa Heights. C L
near Diablo at ha el I
Carl V. Thompaaa. MlaMet
IS. Uisblo Hrifhu. C.A.
ileeae, tamaa ZII
Charrh Balaaa 4271
Sunday ictA .j.... Im.
Warship Servic ......... 11 -OS s m
Youth Service 70 pm.
TCvsnrrlitic rvic 7 3 pm.
WedTaday: P'W Study
and Prar rie ...
Posts and Bases
1 PACIFIC SID.
FORT AMADOR v ; '
Sundsy School 0:0C
Morning Worship ............... 10.00
' Church-time Nursery School... 10:60
Sunday School IBulldlngt No.
124) ... ........... ...... 0:04)
' Morning Worship .. . v. 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Youth Fellowship Sundsy 6:00
FORT KOBRI ... '....St,,..
Sundsy School 0:00
Morning Worship 10 30
Evening Worship 7 :00
Worship Service. Madden Wyo 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Halo .... 1:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .v. 4:00
Soldier'' Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christum Union Thurs. S:00
ALBROOK AIR F6RCE BASE
Sunday School 1:3"
Adult Bible Clan (NCO Club).. 0:30
Morning worship ...... i:3 i ju:4
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School .................1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday ...
. of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship ............... t:00
(Holy Communion' First Sunday
. Naval JRadia. Station. Summit..... 6:00
' Clthelh) '
Daily Mam ..........
Sunday Masses ......
W1UJ Attaas ...',, .....a
Sunday Manes .......
Daily Mam 6:15
Saturday Masses .............. 0:00
Sunday Masses ........ t:00 4 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7 30
L Conf essionsr-Saturday , 6:00 it 730
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Daily Mas 6:00
Saturdav Mass 7 :00
Sundsy Manes 7:45 A 12:00
Novana Services-Tuesday 7:00
Confomions-Saturday J 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass :30
fy Jewish A
Saturday ....................... E:00
ALBROOK AQt FORCE BASE
USO-JWB (Balboa) .
' ATLANTIC SIDE
Sunday School Bldg. 333' 0:00
Morning Worship ............. 1030
Prsyer FUowship Bldg. 253
Tuesdsy i . . .-. t. .,. ; v k 7 JO
'.KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel, ,630
Choir rractic weoneaaay
FORT CULICK ;
, Sunday School ....... 0:30
Morning Worship .-10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ".. 6:30
Bible Study. Wednesdsy ....... 7 :30
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 130
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday. School t:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
U.S. NAVAL STATION,
Greek 'Orthodox ssrvlcaa are conduct'
ed at the Church of the Anunciation.
Vi Beliaarlo' Porras, Ssn Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, nr., and at
th Church of St. Anthony. Avenld
Meiandex, Colon, R.P., oiralternate Sun.
days at 0:30. For further information,
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
Weekly Service la all Church
Sabbath School S30 am
Divine Service 11 JO am
Youths Meeting 430 pm
' Wedneedsy Bible Study and Prays!
Service 730 p.m.
Pacific SUe Panema A Balboa District
Pat tor W, H. Wallai-Tel. 203 S50
Cab Verda, Avon 1. F. de ia Ueaa n
rhorrllia lh- Ha. ZT
Pueblo Nueve 2-A St batwaoa Srd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abajo 11th St. no. n
Balboa Chapel 0S44 Cavilan BA Bar-
Ma (Saturday only).
Spanish Charrfcea Paaanw and
Pailor Bubr Bull
Panama. Call Dor)n No. g
CriatobsL 14th A Bolivar Av.
Cambeo A Frliolaa
Dhtrirt Pastor A A Grtele
Tel. No. S-103 ':
Gmooo Prsfrt Parkway mjoios.
Atlaati Bid CoMa aa
Pastor Heblett Tel. 3SJZ0
Colon Srd St. A Central Av. CrMaV
l Itih A Bolivar Ava.
Ceaaal arfire: bavuaai aaaa im. a-
1850. - '
4Bll J wofTarv wwai a mm im--Boca
aae-BaUwa. CX BfhW Hatha
aierric Friday. 13 pm aasurmv
30 am .
anew Pa ma and Sutnal.
nlo C- aad 3th Srel BUa Vima
Rl IPrMlB I ITHI 4 CWt'RCB
Baltaa Bead ol WifM 4Hr4
Bea Baherl F. Gaadr. Pease
P O. Baa Hal baa.
f mili Srhml. B'n'o dsm m
t' -,re SrvKa 1 13 am
TVn.se f--rrK at Mars- a
AU.'gwat ipascpst Ckurua, T SaaBday a
!"!- T llf'll
Ldic esquire win
'loui.at t ll:la p.m. the Cafe
EsquiVd v-iu Coiuu wui resume u
wev.Kiys "ulem, coniesi."
'nils ftiil "Md -vCOiltl sei'ius
01 suul i.wKamo, uie ia'v Ciiuliifc
ovtr' ioui' vvcieKs sau. uiuc st,
uiu- Iii'si. Wet kjvxtliveu Cial'3
iu uie aOM tauiy auu tuj n.
UlOlUaei til Uld-atullll Lldko.'
OU tOlll.iH'B i bilUW. uai &ts Will
ue one t hio, fcuuoi. utuato. inc
Diner tfuest uruaC o name will o
wiinneiu out ue ut a meat Do ao
AUena une in we larger Umversi
oresently on vacauou nere. He
uas maue leverai raaio, teivisiuu
and personal appearances in the
U.S. une of these appearance! wa
in honor of the President, of Um Um-United
United Um-United States. -A
Music for tonight's show will oe
furnished by Reginald "Bigboy"
Nicely, and his Rockers Wilfredo
Ingram is vocalist of the group
There will be two winners pick picked
ed picked on every talent contest in prep preparation
aration preparation for the final contest which
will be held the last Saturday in
August., The winners in both solo
and group, categories will be pre presented
sented presented on s special stage : show
being prepared for September.
By OSWALD JTACOBT
Written for NEA Service
NORTH D S
A 1051 AAI4
: AK97 -fKJH
Qv A A-10
10 A-10 9 4.
East and West vulnerable
Narth East Saalk West
ldV 2 2 V Pass
4 Pass Pass, Pass
Opening lead 2 ?
l:jrdtt want to get th most
a. A J TV V W m, v VAC ; AAA VOW
Out of today's Rrtlcle look at the
hiddln and ib th Raat. and
yourself in; the position of Dan
Westerfield of Pnoenlx who was
East and ee If you. come 'up
bwith the right defense.; .-vrf-.";..
Dan won JQU partner s open
ing lead of the deuce of dia diamonds
monds diamonds wtih the king and looked
over the dummy carefully. Four
tricks would be necessary 40 de defeat
feat defeat the contract and Dan ex expected
pected expected to make three of them
nimseif. Tht problem was to get
a lourth out .- of :, his partner's
Should West hold the king of
spao.es, Dan noted that iour
tricks would almost surely De
proauced If he Just sat pat( ana
waited. West would get in witn
that king of spades and shift to
a club and everything would be
Dan also noted that his part
ner Just could not have tne king.
of spades, south haa come ui
freeiv with B bid of two hearts
on a suit headed by king-Jack at
best and the kins of spaces was
the only thr really highr cardj
that he wasn't looking at in n
own hand or in dummy,
Once he had conduced that
South held. the king of spaaea
Dsn had no real pi-oblem leit.L(UP) Three Texghs whe gtopped
The only way he could beat the
hand would be to una nis parv
ner witn both the queen ana Jack,
of clubs. Accordingly Dan shlit shlit-ed
ed shlit-ed to the six of cium. ;
This oiav oroduced two dub
tricks for nis side and beat the
contract Easy enough If you can
see all the cards but a right
tough play' at th table,
Hat. Guard Trainees
In Puerto Rico Area
Brig. Gen. iiiltoB L. Ogden, de deputy
puty deputy commandmg general, U. S.
Army-Caribbean, is scheduled to
fly t Puerto Rico on July If to
iagpect th 4,100 National Guards Guardsmen
men Guardsmen taking their two weeka sum summer
mer summer training at the Salinas train training
ing training area, aa well as facilities at
Fort Buchanan apd Fort Brooke,
ia U.S. Armed Forces Antilles.
Accompanying the general oa
the trip wttl be Mrs. Ogden and
th followisg U.S.vArmy Caribbean
officers: IX CoL-J. H- Campbell,
G-l Section; Lt. CoL v Leslie C
Wood, Chief, Special Services; MaJ.
David L. Cantor, senior Army ad advisor,
visor, advisor, G-3 Section; Lt. Col. C. B.
McMath. Jr, G-4 Section; 1st Lt.
J. C Burns, aide de camp to Gen.
Of den: 2nd LL Lei eh M. Ogden,
Gen. Osden'8 tea- gad 2nd LL
Gen. Ogden aad ki party win
fly from A 1 brook Air Force Base
and are scheduled to return to
the Canal zm on July 2S.
" Tl ..
EAST SYRACUSE, N Y. (UP)
titirg'trt hroke into a honae w w-eJ
eJ w-eJ by rontid Yts and tw ep-
,rr tuHic, i ;p. n e Ttne cni,
Ltuiei t:- k.U' -a s '-ls.
, i si i iniu IN briAPE Packs
th. Krean ,Marines torm ashore h' i
' IS! i?rge!StJa,ldinK hW in Korea gince the end of;
SZfST. yTc7fliC. i"."53- Th ?.K Marine, joined with
is. expectpd that South Korean forceg will have priority-'on- 'h
the modern arms and planes the United states Jg gending 6ver
; to' counter thexbuild-up' of Communist militaiy .trength i f
.iNorui taorea.- ( i ., lJt
' r- J "7.1 M
To Discuss Progress In Surgery
Progress -in suruery g it is e'
merging from reserach laborato
riea and operating rooms is the
theme of the 43rd -annual Clinical
.. . I ....
rongress oi uie. American Vuuege
of Surgeons, meeting iji Atlantic
City, New Jersey, Oct. 14 through
18.- M V
More than 10,000 surgeons,1 phy physicians,
sicians, physicians, students and related med
ical-personnel from all parts of
the nation and many foreign coun
tries will attend this world's larg
est meeting Of surgeons, witn more
than 1,000 taking part in the va various
rious various programs as authors qf re research
search research reports, lecturers, leaders
of symposia, participants in panel
discussions, and operating surgeons
in motion, pictures and closed-circuit
television. 1 syty'i
Dr. Royal A. SCaaf, Califon, N.
J.i is chairman of,, the locak. advi advisory
sory advisory committee on arrangements.
" The congress program will in-
elude postgraduate courses, dis-
I ... J
J. ssions. a.urL r-
the surgical specialties, -motion pic-
Baltimore, 'research: reports, and
scientific- and technical exhibits.'
'. Major -addresses wiH.v be made
by Dr. William L. Estes Jr.; Beth Bethlehem,
lehem, Bethlehem, Pa., incoming .President of
Basic Leadership Court
unro 011 Miitt.. ue are
A buy ocoui nasic Leadership
Ti-kiniua cuuise wiu ue uu.ti.eu w
ail AUadtic siue ooy scoui ieau ieau-eis,
eis, ieau-eis, lnciuuiiig scjutmasteis, astuSi astuSi-ant
ant astuSi-ant scoutmaaiers, iroop coimnuiee
uiemueia, iiisuiuoona. representa representatives,
tives, representatives, institutional leaders ami lu lu-si'eaieu
si'eaieu lu-si'eaieu paieiiu. :
'Ihis course will consist of three
classes starting'. t,v:iw p.m. ou
the following dates: July 18, 25,
and Aug. 1 at the Margarita Club-
Get $35 Fines!
KANSAS CITY. K.n.. J11W
the Sante Fe El Capitan for 25
minutes by lying across the tracks
said today they were only trying
to get ou of town,
But police said they "were not
only trying to get out of town,
they were trying to get out of this
They were fined $35 each for
vagrancy ant! drunk violations.
KINGSTON, N.Y., July 13 (UP)
Frank Symanski and Leon
Baniewski, partners in a local
auction firm, were" under arrest
yesterday on burglary charges.
Their auction was advertised as
"The Thieves Market."
The Pacific Sleam I!3Yb:!::n Ccmpiny
f INCORPtlRA iFD BY ROYAL CHARTER 1t4) V
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSEXGt.R SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. ftRU AND C'JXL
SA "PIZARRO" Jly 1
t. RELNA DEL MAR T...JsJy II
TO rvrTTD KINGDOM VIA CART4HFNA. LA GCAIRA,"
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU F.L&MUDA. SPALS
- AND f R AMF .!
&&. "REIN A DEL MAR" (21,225 Tent.)
- ( Air-ConditiBeO I Abf. It
M.V. -REINA DEL FACIFICO" (li ntl Tons) ......Sept. II
M. XLAMENCO . .
, ' ROYAL MAnTl tNTS LTP HOLLAND
" . AMTRICA t in r
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. lCiYENnT K" . .. Uillll
ALL MILINCS SrBJrfT 1 i f
PANAMA: 3 i:
on .their backs and riflw at
the College Dr. Harrison, 'I Me Me-Laughlin,
Laughlin, Me-Laughlin, giving the Annual' Ora-,
tion on Trauma, and Dr. Ernest
Basil Vernev. of Cambridse. Enff-
1 I !. At. :. 4
land, jiving the new. annual Bax Baxter
ter Baxter Lectureship, endowed by Bax Baxter
ter Baxter Laboratories of Morton Grove,
' On the final evening;- Oct. 18, I I-nitiates
nitiates I-nitiates will be presented for fel fellowship,
lowship, fellowship, honorary fellowship mn.
rferred, and officers inaugurated.,
. vunuuuing me siuaemt participa-
tion program launched last year,
medical students from 36 medical
schools have been invited to at-;
tend the congress as college guests.
The student program was initiat initiated
ed initiated at" an. educational contribution
of the college by action of 1 the
board Of regents Students are se selected
lected selected by vote of their classmates,
and medical colleges gending re representatives
presentatives representatives to the Con cress in
rotatefj each year. This year, 35
juuhj jucu nu one young woman
will come from Crncago, eastern
United States, Canada,' and Puerto
Kico. .. - y --'. ( s
r Dr.: J.' CarwttAllen,' University
of Chicago, and Dra. Jieury ;
Bahnson, Johns Hopkins Univer University,
sity, University, are in charge of ;he televi television
sion television program. Dr. Uilger P. Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, Chicago, is in charge of tht i
motion picture presentations, Dr, j
Harris B. Shumacker, Jr., India
napolis, supervises the program of
research reports, Dr. J. -Montgo-,
mery Deaver, Philadelphia, -heads
the committee on press relations.
ana ut. Kaipn J. Beiford, Prince Princeton,
ton, Princeton, is chairman, of the committee
to welcome distinguished! visitors.
Headquarters for the ,-congress
wiU.be Convention Hall with om
of the sessions scheduled at near
by hotels. ';:,. 'K.-vt:,"
SI. Pcl: Choir
Plans Cox Sup
For July 26
Arrangementa are being inadt
by the choir guild of St. Peter's
church in La Boca to hold a box
supper on Thursday, July 26.. This
is intended as a venture for, rais
ing funds to meet the; expenses
of the guild, 1 A
The last box supper held in tht
parish was sponsored by the1 Par Parish
ish Parish Welfare Council and afforded
an evening of amusement nd so social
cial social diversion.' V.A
Each female guest is expected
to bring a boxed supper, which
will be auctioned fo the highest
bidder. Parishioners and friends
are welcome. ."-..,:' Ti '-' A
I.Y.C. Crp"r Cmmunn
At the choral eucharist schedul
ed for 7 a.m. tomorrow morning, i
members of the Episcopal Young; j
Churchmen of St. Peter's church
will make their monthly corporate
All young people of the parish
are invited to Join the group, :
, ....July IS
r v :i" 'UT NAT"
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$tf Staffs : fdnama
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Memo to men;
i (..-. ", i
For your wife and chilrirpn vnur
horoe-coming is probably the most
mponant moment of the day
If vou habitually Come hnm
with a crouch, snaopine at ; the
kids, ready to. let your wife know
that you've haa a hard day and all
jou wiul ia a uuie Deace ann
quiet, your home-coming is im
ponant oecause it la
point of the day.
one of the happiest,
DO UNTO OTHERS
visitor iinvmiEn-Dr rtilhert Chase, author of 'AmericaVMuslc' is shown with guests at
. a cocktail party given in his honor recently by Mr. and Mrs. Paul TV Chase of Golf Heights.
' Ur and tors.' Cnase are visiting brietly in Panama, where Dr. chase is giving lectures on ;mu ;mu-'
' ;mu-' sicaf subjects. Prom left to right Dr. Chase, Dr. Jaime de la Guardia, president of the Uni-
versity of Panama. Professor Zenka Fishmann,. teacher ot musical (appreciation at the Uni University,
versity, University, and Dr. Diego DomUiguez' Caballero, director of the Public Relations Department of
the University. t ;
TRADITION RESTORED AT REGIMENTAL DANCE
HELD AT FT. KOBBE GIM LAST WEEKEND
The" officer and ladies of the 20th Infantry Regiment gath gather
er gather for a regimental dance at 'the. Fort Kobbe gymnasium last
weekend to honor their outgoing commanding officer, Col. Frank
'"' p. Miller, awl welcome, their ; new commander, Qol. Robert W.
Gairett. f "r,'A
; Decorated by members of Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, the gym paid tribute to thje men of Sykes' Regulars
and their history. Around the walls silhouettes ot the many
battles In which the 20th Infantry has participated fromthe
Peninsula Campaign of the War Between the States to the Cor-
S 4lillera Mountains In World War II were depicted.
Nearly lifesized caricatures .of. '
both fie outgomg and incom ng His work In water-color is vivid
regLental commanding oaicerst and lively, illustrating his tovecf
,nd many old photographs from the out-doors, A nme-by-four-foot
FortLbbe Wmation Office mura athe Tnmg Bug.
other aecorauonsi, .. i awenty.iDur ttfur day.
In the receiving une vapi. jouu
L. Www, f re
ail thdir ladies
Garrett and Col. and Mrs.. Miller.
"Later in the evening the new re.
t Imerttil punch bowl wasdisplay.j
.ii for the first time. Purchased
recently to replace the long lost
original,' the bowl drew apprecw
UvS Cumme" irom tnuae picacui..
Your wife dreads it. The chll.
oxen areaa it. ine strain your
Kroucny arrival nuts on the fam-
lly la likely to last all evening.
But if you usually come home
with a smile and a hug for the
Kids, ready to hear what thev have
to ted you, and seem glad to see
your 'vife your family will wait
for, you each evening anticipating
A man owes that much to his
family... and to himself. For a
man luses, too, when he saves up
an nis irritation to umoaa on his
family the minute he hits the
house' v! ln.'x-i
the lowi. He has to live In the strained
put up with the fear and resent resentment
ment resentment he arouses in his wife and
children. And he is the one who
misses the fun and warmth of
family life when it is at its best.
All the fun he ought to be a
part o will take place, when he
is away from home.
An habitually- grouchy husband
and uitiitr never cets more han
piness than he gives,
, iirnrA. ..f f .. n t u !L nullum
mLi ir" I
- ir i m idmiaffi -i- i JuiaJ,
" v "IT yoxw-. y m
r f -v rr if if I m t . 'i'v2
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HERE'S YOUR HELMET Mrs. William L. De Vane (left), former Fort Davis distaff assist- ;
ant zona warden,! and Lt. Col. Alvle L. McDuff, Fort Davis deputy post commander, present h
Mrs. Paul S.' O'Neil (right), with the assistant zone warden's helmet of authority In cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies i held irecently at the post. Mrs. O'Neil was recently selected to head the distaff or.
ganlzatlon for the next six months period, (U.S. Army Photo)
Each notice for Incluiien In thto
column should bo lubmittod in
typt-written form and mailed
the boa number liitid daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othorwurol". r dolivorod
b hand to the office. Notices of
nestings cannot bo accented by
A. special meetinsr of the Pa
cific Evergreen Garden Club
Will be held 8 o'clock Monday
nignt ;n connection wathj the
recent, cocktail Drty, yait' i
, i nis meetings wm. jtaxe spiace
LUNCH TIME at Girl Scout eamn In El Valle. Left, to riarhfc.'
Mickey Walker, Kathy Jenkins, Helen Peterson, Betty Bryant
and Sonia Bowker. r
At El Valle Camp
Eleven Girl Scouts irom
lS'parHCUiany 'lnieiesiu u 1 irnA
trating material .iorn outdoor ad na
nw.Mf o f ; '
The Dublic is cordially invited to
intermediate troops of Cocoli
and Rodman set-out from i the
j Canal Zone for a week of camp
ing at EL Valle. v.i.
The' eleven girlay chosew- both
by- age and, accomplishment in
Girl Scout work were Vlckl
Baldwin, Sonla Bowker, Betty
Bryant, Yvonne Dlpasca, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Jenkins, Laurie Jo Keegan,
Nancy Parks, Helen Peterson, Re
visit the USO JWB Armed Forces
Service Tenter in Balboa to view -M r '"K a r
this interesting exhibit. The gaUery X Ig fQr RolafV J
'fe.rulT.ir i .rih' hnwtl ft W open irom ;w a.m. tw -r - -., - -- f
toarretv festormg one oi vnc r 1
Each day of camp Included
fun and work on camp-craft,
art, nature skills, and. out-ol
Within these groups:' the
campers learned, among other
tnings, Knot tying, lashing; tent
pitcnmg, ana. lire building. ;
,i Projects made .weretlWupns,
a niKe oag.a kaoon, stick., ana a
pa;m irona rnat.,
Tney nad a marvelous Ime
exploring, hiking."ahd horseback
Besides the learning of new
Texans Make Tracks
Oul Of Kansas Cily
KANSAS CITY: Kan. July. 13
(UP) A trio of Texans who held
up the Santa Fe El Capitan for 25
minutes while they reclined across
the tracks told officers today they
were trying to get out of town.
Ray Hickcox. the arresting offi
cer, said they "were not only try I
ing to get out. of town, thev were
trying to get out of this world."
They were fined $35 each for vag
rancy ana aruns violations.
NORTHBORO,: Mass. (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The "B's" have it with the Goodro
family. The. children are Bruce.
Bryan, Beth. -Brenda and Barbara.
inciaentaiiy, Mrs. Wallace A
Goodro's ma'den name was Bruso,
: a Jim jjWM..
reimfenl's eldest and most cher
UHmA traditions. Garrett, in turn,
presented the ladle to 2nd Lt. Jo-
sepn MCAuams, Tine mwv jmuur
ncer IB ine regunem. ; ;
' Mrs. Miller received ; a silver
"tray from the members of the-re-
giments Til accepting the gift she)
stated that she and her husband
"do no;--need this tray to remem remember
ber remember you all by." She added, !'We
wish you all the very best of luck."
After the Millers had said their
farewells, Lt. CoL Ralph Rose,
(eeutiva officer of the regiment,
ad master of ceremonies for the
venine. mtroaucea joi. ano mra.
, Garrett to th assemblage.
. "Frank ha left me the biggest
r pair .of boots in the world to tui,"
' ftkrrett said, "and I only hope I
,cn fjtt them" i 'yV -.f.yyy
, Mnds' Heuseguosts V -T
' Return ,Te Virginia
CoL .homer L. Davis, Mrs. Da Da-Vhr
Vhr Da-Vhr and their" three children left
last TThursay on the transport
their home m Arlington, va.
- They have been visiting Mrs.
Davis' sister and Brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs, David H. Hinds of
a'-he he .J
CihlBg, swimming and ; making wui uu f.u,
Cmm Fnr fhilrfrAn
Walkers Return j ,'-M'1
From States .1 The communltr of Pueblo
, Mr,; and Mrs. Robert C WaucerjNuevo hM been cnogen by
and three tons, ,1.nJ,1g Rotary Club to establish there
WiUiam have returned to Balboa!tn fl t rommunlt e(!nUp tnp
fnllnwinc a vacation jn tne atates ,t'i
auring which they visited friends
nee Sargent and Mrs. Hathaway,! skills, the girls were assigned
leaders of troop 10 and 8 respec-, dally kapers thef Girl Scout
tively, and teen-age assistant, 'name for duties.
Mickey Walker. Cook and water-purifier were
two of the more popular kapers
Dishwasher, housekeeper, and
table, cleaner were generally
considered "Horrible to be stuck
with." But whatever degree of
desirability, the. kapers were
done cheerfully. .'
Upon breaking camp, lt was
agreed that evenyone had had a
fine time and that next year
would prpbabyt,le Jfiem again,
at ,1 vane. cymi
.IHit 1 i
Call. The Right
In-regard to 'Information a
bout the Girl Scout leaders
course, which begins tomorrow,
the correct phone number to
call is Balboa 1390' or Balboa
and riatives. They were accom
naniail An thAir trin nATTlA home
fcv Mi. Walker's father, the Rev
erend L. W. Walker of Albany.
Georgia. The Reverend Walker will
spend the summer in the Canal
Begun By Ex-Slaves
Celebrates 70Ih Year
MOUND BAYOU, Mixx., July 13,
(UP) Citizens oi. mis jiuissisaippi
Delti town, the oldest and largest
all-Negro community m me nauon,
yesterday celebrated Mound Ba Bayou's
you's Bayou's 70th anniversary."
Families aispiayea American
lddal school tonight
Mouna oayou was iouuaea juij
12. 1887 by former slaves- iienla
min T. Green and Isiah T. Mont
gomery, who bought 1,000 acres of
trips to Taboga and other
avots oi interest. .-
Miss Beth Jonos New : ')
Miss Beta Jones," who was wita BoUvar County land from a rail-,
1 thr British Embassy in Panama, roaa.
a, im n-sidinc in Mexico, where Green, who was a slave of Jef-
ch.i. n.mh.rafihc British Env ferson Davis' brother, Joseph, and
bassy Staff. Her new address ii the only Negro delegate to the Mis-
1 SISOipiJl VUU9UIUUUUII WUTCDUVn
m 1890, moved here 70 years ago.
He was followed by 12 families
who had lived 'on a plantation
Green and Montgomery bad pur purchased
chased purchased from the Davis family.
The Negroes immediately began
Call Lerma 71, Mexico, D.F;
Nine-Feet Mural ;
If fart Of Now $h
- Openin At USO-JWB
For tnose wno visit mo u.-mj (-
JWB Armed rorces service ui
tT-Art. Gallery, an unusual exm developing ine wuaerness Into a
bit will 'be on display beginning I community and were soon joined
The Canal Zone Art League co in their task by more families and
aerating syith the USO-JWB H int Iduals. Mound Bayou was in in-aponsoriBg
aponsoriBg in-aponsoriBg -a one man show by corporated as a village in 1898. and
Specialist Third Class "Robert Ejjater as a town.
Frsrier, of the United SUs Ar
my Girrison, Fort Clayton, Canal, Today, the town population is es es-Zone.
Zone. es-Zone. Specialist Frazier's work go-tins a ted at 1,(00 with some three
es oa cuoiay Saturday. July 13, to five thousand living in the out-
i5T. and will remain lor only one skirts rd supporting the business1 will marry Hollywood actress Lfl Lfl-week.1
week.1 Lfl-week.1 section. H Palmer as soon as he completes
opccuuisi z it iicr, wno u iiraoa iea(ung me annual ceieorauoa is
23 ars f age. is cemplptmg Benjamin A. Green, son of the co co-tkree
tkree co-tkree years in the United States founder, who waa reeentlr rlriA
Army ia August On the tormina- to hii eighth consecutKc term as
. t r : V
tiu'i vi Hi tour oi vuiy, ir.urr Him JOT.
boys and girls. About a year ago,
tne commission pro Youth from
the Rotary. Club formed by the
members Louis Flske, Gulllermo
Samuel Young, and Alfredo St.
Malo were worried about the so
cial problems In Panama, espe especially
cially especially about the Increased num number
ber number of Juvenile delinquents. They
relaized that they bad to do
something about it. They knew
that social workers' lob Is to
handle social problems, and de
cided to get together with them.
Trey Invited Mrs. Georglna
Young and Miss Daphne Mayor Mayor-ga,
ga, Mayor-ga, social workers advisers In
the Department of Social Wel Welfare,
fare, Welfare, and Miss Marltza Linares,
who was at that time President
of the Social Workers Associa
tion. They all discussed a plan
to help the Panamanian Youth,
and agreed that a Juvenile cen center
ter center for boys and girls would be
of great help, that they could
have a place where they could
spend their spare Ntlme under i
supervised recreation. A commit committee
tee committee formed by members of the;
Rotary Club and members of the
Social workers Association hare
been working on .this project
since then. . -The
President of the Repub
lic, his Ministers, other public
authorities as well as civic and
private organizations have been
In vi lea to ine inuguruuu vi
this center. All these persons
with their contributions ana
their presence at this Inaugura Inauguration
tion Inauguration will give fun recognition to
the Rotary Club of Panama for
sponsoring a social actmtjr i
Lilli 'Palmer To Wed
-BOWK. July (UP) Argen
tine movie actor Carlo- Thompson
dial) ryau Jbu&d
ii.. ii.ii. i..m)i..i.ii nm. mini .ii.I.i
! v S -
New Design modess is covered
with aa exclusive new fabric,
softer than gauze. It give yoo
snort absortxocy more comfort
. Only New Design MODESS of offers
fers offers such wonderful luxury, such
extra security. Be sore to use
Mooess,'the sanitary protection
' that' prevents worries. Twelve
SMtpkis m ack box.
'Another high-quality product of
. pmW TUM MM
1- ( i int r if aaiiMiisiwi
- ; v i t
. jtWf' ajtfaasYf ffll ? if HaVi' Jj-J- -1 C" 1 lY'T of fl"f-fir ""-"illaa'i I1slilsli i i i Y 1
O ' m
r n n xtn, r n,i
Tasty combination of fresh and ripe tomatoes,
paprika, onions, mushrooms, (or meat), salt and
spices. So simple to use; satisfies the most de de-'
' de-' licate palate. Maggi Seasoned Sauce adds flavor
to all your favorite dishes.
Try this delicious Sauce
with spaghetti, meats,
omelets and sea foods.
Buy a few cans today.
"The Secret for a
will return ta i!a home in Hunt-
ingioa, west Virginia. w here he
looks forward eagerly to hunt
'with a bow and arrow and to cave
jrtin seme southprn corn tr?4.
Although Friir is si art sMi sMi-lu;rstf
lu;rstf sMi-lu;rstf tor tor Army, c :j rps
a-1 charts, be hs rvr ; H
r n'ily. K;s is fr-.z -l ;-cr-rfirea
w!-b i---e i;.z r r-ana
ana r-ana lift of ce r.
the film he is making ia Italy,
a spokesman lor the actor said
Miss Palmer Is tie former wife
of Rex Harrison. .
Try it lonight after Dinner
you will like it;
' I it is a
FINE DELICIOUS REFRESHING
ond Very DIGESTIVE DRINK ;
"CARD of thanks
lixa a. mix
takes this medium U express her aaneere thaaks to Iter
frien("s aM aseoeutes fr the sympathy abowa dating
the leas ef her beloved sister,.
' All 11 C KILL.
Panama JbIt IS, 1S57
Distriboton: ClC CmNOS, S. A.
f AKAMA !' COLOM
Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
Join our informal CLUB 4:30 for the late crowd
In the air-conditioned comfort of our B&Jboa Bar
- MUSIC BY THE
CAROL GREAVES TRIO
Kighicsp ofl'the-bonse at 4:30 a.nj.
CAROL alae plays the plane- la the Balboa Bar -lt
p.m. te X am. Sua Taea, Wed. It Than.
1 i, I'M-".'
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"TOT PANAMAJjaERICAIfsAN-INDEFENBENIDAILT NEWSPAPER -.r A,..!.', , A v BATURDAY,' JXJIT 13, 19W
jf Iffies' Twq
Toothpick Sam' May Help
Jt. Louis Playets Sink
Feeth Into Series Melon
I By MILTON RICHMAN
? NEW YORK, July 13 (UP)-Sam Jones loves
to chew on toothpicks and maybe that ain't etiquette,
lut the St. Louis Cardinals aren't fussy as long as
le can help them sink their teeth into some World
Series meon this tali.
Joiwc munched on a toothpick
01 laist nigbc while pitching a two-
itte againsi VICT.
Iff 5 1 victory that kept the caf ds
SJr.m hiad in the National
League pennant race.
-j horri.thrnwine St. LiOUIS
righthander inigm ue u
.i.. nn.hit name
"T.1. h Pitched one such
TmT ior the Cubs .against the
Urates. May 12, 1955, and he was
working on another one last night
until 'whitev Uckman singled off
his giove with two out in the sixtn
' lnTh"tnly other hit he yielded
was Wi'lie Mays' 14th homer in
the nlh but by that time, home
runsy aiau jua.,
v ana JJOn ciai"B;
I inJT,i' third victory in a row aim
teveflth of the campaign.
MilwaukM rmind two gam
boh)nl St. Loui with a 5-4 vie vie-tor
tor vie-tor tnr Pittsburgh, whilo Chi Chi-tago
tago Chi-tago defootod PhiladolphU, 5 5-A,
A, 5-A, in tho Dodgors handod tho
JtocUogs fhoir sovonth lost in a
M Snlthe American League, the
" Yankees stretched their lead to
EWir James with a 4-2 triumph ov-
. the Athletics. Cleveland snap-
1 ped a seven-game losing streak
witb'an 8-6 decision over Balti-
' more, and Detroit topped Boston,
(-3. Sain wiped out the White Sox-
Senator game. V
I" Rookie rigW-hander Don McMa-
l ion had to throttle a ninth inning
Pirate rally -to save the victory for
Wartea Spahn and the Braves.
Spahn went-into the ninth with a
1 ftree-run lead; but left when he
I m lntii.1 barraee of three hits.
ffimk Aaron anci 3ohnny Logan
homered tor 4the Braves.
Robin 'Roberts of the Phillies
nn in ii trouble- 4he home
run ba- in dropping ia fixth
. tJT itralght-gantft and 12jh of tnj cam cam-IV
IV cam-IV paign.iWgave up two-hoiriefi i to
I ;vu Xorrv Kinriill 'and anbther
to Erni Banks, staking a total of
t6 gophers ne na servea tip
season Banks hit a two-run hom
in th piohth and Kind all con
nected tor his second homer of the
the ninth to
give Jim rosnan his first victo-i
Cino Cimoli of the Dodgers pick-
i H on a 3-0 pitch by Johnny Klipp-
'. ftein in me eigmn innmg, uis
t tt for a two-run triple that broke
' Ut .ITntfl the KU'
! i tein had given up only two hits.
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:M
o Alan Ladd
Sun. "Friendly Persuasion"
-WRITTEN ON THE WIND"
MDD WEBB LORtN
BOY ON A
ALSO 8HOWTNG SUNDAY and MONDAY!
PARAISO 8:15 7:58
TLIGHT NL'RSE" and
Destinatien Big House"
CAMP BIEBJ) 8.15- 7:S "LAST TRAIN FROM BOMBAY"
Bio Dnn Newcombe pitched a five-
hitter and didn't walk a batter u
registering his ninth victory.
Hirrv (Suite) Simpton's
throo run homor in tho eighth
gainst his former Kansas City
toammates broke 1-1 tie and sent
Ralph Torry down to defeat. Don
Larsen posted his fifth victory
althougn he gam way for a
pinch hitter in the eighth. Mickey
Mente clouted his 24th homer
while Vie Power and Woody Held
each homered for the Athletics.
med a two-run homer in the ninth
off Ray Moore to Dring me muins
their victory over Baltimore after
the Oriclei had built a 6-0 lead at
the expense of Early Wynn. The
rut. into that lead with
the help of homers by Rocky Co-
lavito 4nc Dick Brown. uo me me-man
man me-man homered for Baltimore. Mike
Garcia was the winner in relief.
Jim Bunning of the Tigers gain gained
ed gained his 11th victory with the aid of
Ray Boone, who drove in three
runs with a triple, double and a
pair of singles. Bunning yielded
aioht hits, includine a pair of hom
ers hv Ted Williams. The homer
were Williams' 21st and 22nd of
the season and they gave him plen plenty
ty plenty of satisfaction inasmuch as he
ho1 vnwec. to atone for a number
of striKeouts at the hands of, Bun;
ning earlier this season, m ivnimc
also homered off loser Frank Sul Sullivan.
livan. Sullivan. Sports Briefs
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UP)
Olympic 800 meter champion Tom
Courtney of Livingston, N.J., post posted,
ed, posted, a-18. clocking in winning
his specialty Wednesday during an
international track and field meet
at the Old Olympic Stadium, Six
of the tight other events were
won by Americans Rink Babka,
Charlie Jensins, Leamon King,
Willie Stevens and Frank Herr Herr-man.
man. Herr-man. GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y.
(Xjp) World heavyweight cham champion
pion champion Floyd. Patterson, who de defends
fends defends his crown against Tommy
(Hurricane) Jackson in New York
on Julv 29, scaled 184V pounas
.fti7pTing six round. Wednes
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Women s World
Fall In Hawaii
HONOLULU. 1M., July 13
(UP) Australia's Lorraine
Crapp set a new record for the
women's 800-meter freestyle
swimming title with ten min minutes
utes minutes 24.3 seconds at an Inter International
national International swimming meet here
Nancy Ramey, of Seattle,
Washington, set a new record
for the women's 100-meter
butterfly- with one minute 10.1
Under the new rules of the
International Swimming Fed Federation
eration Federation all world records mast
be set In 50-meter or 55-yard
pools. The Honolulu races yes yesterday
terday yesterday were held 1 na 100-meter
salt water nool.
The record of Miss Crapp in
the 800-meter freestyle betters
her own 1956 recognised world
record of ten minutes 30.9 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. The record of Miss Ramey in
the 100-meter butterfly betters
the recognized world record
of A. VoorblJ, of the Nether Netherlands,
lands, Netherlands, of one minute 11.9 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Major League
(Based en 200 official at bats)
P and C
Musial, St. L.
G AB R H Pet,
82 349 67 122 .350
79 313 52 107 .342
70 285 33 97 .340
54 219 24 69 .315
(u us o oo ,oi,
80 325 59n101 .311
75 289 39 89 .308
78 303 56
72 274 44
80 320 39
Mantle. fJ.Y. 79 261 76
Williams, Boston 74 256 59
Skdwron"'f.Y; 73 283 43
Boyd. Balft 77 254 45
Malzone, Boston 80 32S 39 106 .325
Fox. Chicago 80. 312 50 101 .324
McDougald, N.Y. 74 285,52 90 .316
Lemon, Wash 80 312 3ft 98 .314
Minoso, Chicago 81 309 47 97 .314
Jensen, Boston 72 268 51 80 .299
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Malzone, Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox
(Bated on 8 decisions)
PITCHING W L Pet.
Shantz. Yanks 9 1 .875
Schmidt. Cards 7 1 .875
Sanfora, Phils 11 2 .846
Cunning, Tigers 11 2 .846
Trucks, Athletics 7 2 .778
Today Encanto J5, .20
Llbertad Lamarque in
Lucho Gatlca In
"QUE SEAS FELIT
Today IDEAL .20
Tony Curtis In
Rock Hudson in
i LOTTERY NIOHTI
. WOMEN OF
TURNS PRO Australian tennis ace Lew Hoad and his tennis-playing
wife, Jennifer, smile fondly at one another after
their arrival In New York from London, HOad, who last week
won the Wimbledon championship for the seconfl straight year,
will make his professional debut this weekend in the Jack Kra Kramer
mer Kramer promoted Tournament of Champions. Hoad ; turned pro
after Kramer offered him $125,000 to join his troupe.
Weekly Swim; Meet
At Balboa Pool
The Summer Recreation Board
reDorts that the third of a series
of eieht swim meets was held yes
terday at 9:30 a.m.. at the iBalbo
fool. Prizes are eiven eacn wee
f0r first, second and third places.
1 jn addition, points are given which
tount toward winning ot iropnies
and medals which will be awara awara-ed
ed awara-ed at the close of the series o
meets. Every one who swims re
ceives a candy, bar'
AIL bovs and girls from I years
through 16 years of age and who
are eligible to swim at the Balboa
Pool are invited to, enter these
'The rwulU .of yesterday's1 meet
are as follows: ( y'ij
a veai-s and under girls With
kickboard: 1st F lorence ThompJ
7 and year old girls with kick kick-boatd:
boatd: kick-boatd: 1st Mary McCroarty.
7 and year old boys with kick-
board: 1st Albert scnonen; zna
Mickey McCrearty; 3rd Mich
5 and 6 year old boys Freestyle:
1st Steve Townsend 2nd Den Den-ice
ice Den-ice Holmes; 3rd Keith Yocum,
7 and vear old girls freestyle:
1st Judy Witkin; 2nd Twin
kle Allen; 3rd Denise sua,
7 and 8 year old boys freestyle:
1st Jchli Townsend; 2nd Jim-
mv Ganele: 3rd Mike Carroll.
9 and 10 year old girls: 1st
Pat Basham; 2nd Gail Albrit-
ten and Mary Degnar.
9 an-J 10 year old boys: 1st
Ft. Flaylon Quintet
Loses Coach Today
The Fort Clayton Cavaliers; cur current
rent current leaders in the Panama Area
Armed Forces Basketball League
will lose the services of their
coach, Major Daniel Hritzko, who
leaves the Isthmus today for a new
assignment in one of the- LAv
The Cavaliers under the able
lrariprnhin of Maior Hritzko com
piled ar. impressive ten straight
victories against no aeteais. sev
en of these mo came againsi r
AF opposition and the other three
against the leading teams in the
Panama Basketball League.
The Cavalier coach was grad graduated
uated graduated from Hibbing High School
Hibbing, Minnesota and holds a
Master's Degree in Physical Edu Education
cation Education from the University of To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Toledo, Ohio. He now makes
his home in Chisolm. Minnesota.
In addition to coaching basket basketball,
ball, basketball, be has coached several base baseball
ball baseball and football teams at various
Army installations, and also serv served
ed served as an active member in. orga organized
nized organized officials' associations. His
umnirinf experience includes serv
ice in the Tobacco State and Car
olina League and most recently
in the Panama Professional Base Baseball
ball Baseball League during the 1957 sea season.
son. season. His successor, 1st Lt Charles
E. Williams, executive officer of
the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort
ciavtnn 'brines additional basket-
bill fTDerience to the Cavalier
squad. He played at Kansas State
Teacher Collesv and also served
as player coach at Fort Riley, Kuh
- THE SCARLET
HORSEMAN (4-8) :
, SCARLET ANGEL
KID FROM TEXAS
Lewis Evans PI
Gary Voucher; 2nd Andry- Ja
cobson, 3rd David Warren.
11 and 12 year old girls : 1st
Jeanne Warner;- 2nd Margaret
uaugie; 3ra Helen Cooper.
11 and 12 year old boys: 1st
Sam Witkin; 2nd Jerry-Mann;
3rd Tom Gangle and Garth
13 and 14 year old irls: 1st
13, and 14 year old- boys: 1st
MiKe Jtuage; 2nd .Richard Zirk-maiu-vH
a ; .v.-
15 and 16 year old girlsislst
Judy botznd Harriet Gunder Gunder-sonj'Srd
sonj'Srd Gunder-sonj'Srd Joan Dohertys r
-lSand'W year; old boys;lst
Charlej Bradshaw: 2nd i-. Peter
Nivatos Defeat Gallito
In Paraiso Cage Loop
Los Novatos stopped Gallito 83
to 74 in the Paraiso Senior Cage
League in the local gym Thurs'
day evening. The win now gives
Novatjs undisputed leadership of
tne circuit witn tnree victories and
no defeats. ,
Determined to maintain their
winning ways, Novatos stepped out
to take a 29 to 17 lead in the o-
pening stanza, but Gallito fought!
DacK strong in tne second episode
for a deadlock at 51 at the end
of the period. And while the going1
was hectic through the second and
third qi alters, the stubborn Nova-
tos held firm. The verdict was
decided way in the fourth quar
ter when the speed and better ball
handling of the winners were dis-r
Hilton Warren, chalking up 42
points for the second straight
ume, proved the game a sensation.
His reach and quick thinking at
all times kept the team rolling
in defiance ot Gallito's tactics-ins
teammates Dawson Jolley and E
verardo Baptiste offered substan-j
tial support to the cause, each
contributing 16 points.
Lionel Blades, captain of the
Gallito team was the topman for
the squad w.th 30 markers while
Roman Jimenez and Gilberto Mo4
reno followed with 19 and 13 points
Marlboro and Aguilas Win
In Junior Cage Circuit
Marlboro in winning its third
encounter in the Paraiso junior
high school 59 to 41 over Atletico
dropped the losers in the cellar!
while maintaining their second
place standing in the loop. The
Marlboro squad with Paul Mor-j
reU, Cecil Williams and captain
John Hogan teaming nicely, look
ed flashy in yesterday's encoun
ter, snd may be the team to beat
The Atletico got;further punish-j
ment at the hands of the Aguuas
quintet, who trounced them 50 to
43. This encounter was starugnr-
ed by the brilliant performance of
Cyru Yearwooa, uuver weicn a no
Albert Blades; whose great floor
tactics paid big dividends.
. Hectic Fight Raging' In
Le Boca's Voikykoll .
, League For Girls
The fight for supremacy ia the
La Boot junior High School Giris'
VoDeybll League is ragine at fe
ver beat with the Springfield, Cooo-
ers and Blue Monday outfits
struggling viciously for laurels. In
the circuits recent encounter. Glen
da Farrell's Cooners handed the
Springfield eight their first defeat.
of the season 20 to 18.
Little Barbata Brut on. a busy
customer and effective spiker,
spearheaded the Coooers attack
that subdued the strong Springfield
sqoad. Barbara was everywhere;
and at every play- and visibly was
the star of the Xray.
REIMS, France, July 13 (UP)
Argentina s world driving cham
pion Juan Manuel Fangio and
Britain's Stuart Lewis-Evans are
favored to finish one-two in the
grueling 500-kilometer internation
al race which gets underway here
at midnight today. -.
'j Pushing them hard will be th
world's top drivers. The field is
almost the seme that Fangio de deflated
flated deflated last, week in the Rouen
: But unlike the Rouen race,
this annual July 14 event don
not contribute point towards in internation
ternation internation I standing. t i
It, is merely at test of which au au-tos.
tos. au-tos. and drivers can grind around
the 61 laps 8.347 kilometer Gueux
course tastesl and stay in one
piece to the end. ;
Most observers see the" race e-
volving into a duel between Fan
gio in his 12-cylinder Maserati and
Lewis-Evans in his Vanwall.
Railbirds say that the Vanwall
has .been marvelously adjusted to
.the' Geux track.
But Fangio's Maserati has prov proved
ed proved itself as a rugged contender.
And about the only way Fangij
loses races is by mechanical trou trouble.
ble. trouble. '" v
But the rest of the quality field
will push the two .favorites and
any one ot them could be a win winner.
ner. winner. ; They include such favorites as
French champion Jean Behra In
another Maserati; Britain's Pe Peter
ter Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorne
in Ferraris; Italy's Luigi Musso
in a Ferrari; Roy Salvador)! n
a Vanwall; and America's Har Harry
ry Harry Schell in a Maserati.'
Fangio turned in the best time
tria's yesterday in formula 1 com competition.
petition. competition. The world champion wheeled his
Maserat around the course n 2:
24.6 averaging 206.682 kph.
He was followed by: 2 Musso,
Ferrari, 2:25.9; 3 Behra; Masera Maserati
ti Maserati 2:26.2; 4-Salvadon, Vanwall 2: 2:-27.3.
Bassan To Qualify
For Final Series
By HERBERT MOISE
In a somewhat slow and unin
terestins p.ame. Colon's Marlboro
basketball team easily defeated
the victory-less La Aurora de Bas Bassan
san Bassan and thus qualified for the fi final
nal final scries which should begin the
first week of August. The Bassan
loss also automatically made the
other three top teams eligible for
participation in the series. These
teams, Cervezx Balboa, Gallito andl
Panama Cigarettes also went
into last season's finals- with the
renamed Chesterfield (now Marl-
At the opening bell, Marlboro,
started out front but had the lead-'
crship cut and trailed right up to
th nd rf IhP first half. The score,
at hali time was 24 to 21, in fa
vor of the Aurora de Bassan team.
Durinn that period of play they
lead by a margin as wide as 13
points but Kodolfo Tom and his
hoys got started and drilled tne
basket in the last five minutes to
cut the leadt o three noints.
Came the second half and Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro bolted with such a spurt of
field goals that they compiled a
commanding lead and toyed with
the opponent until the game s end.
During one of the times that Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro controlled the ball; play was
slowed down to a snail's pace as
the Bassan team playing a "zone
defense" did not want to break it
and the Marlboro team on the oth
er hand did not attempt to break
it. .The- Colonites 'just passed tne
ball among themselves for three
consecrtlve minutes. This is the,
same lacucs usea ny uaoa
M vw aa wtm M.w auu a f
team players scored in bits with
Tito Ardines scoring 12, Ernesto
ICUCVU'UJ VT UUC IUC iVlX a lvl w
Taylor 10 and Emilio Lozano f.
The Colonites will continue .with
their regular scheduled on Monday
when they meet Carta Vieja a
team which has hut one. victory
oo the regular season,
'The iurrey Cricket Club,' with
many cf their fans, will travel to
the Pacific aide on Sunday July
21, to engage the powerful WAW
CC ia what should prove aa ex exciting
citing exciting exhibition of the grand old
game ot cricket.
The batting attack of the home
standinc Worosck club will doubt
less be led by 5. Campbell ana n n-M.
M. n-M. Ken. who recently set a lo local
cal local record for a first wicket oart-
nersajo. compiling individual een-i
times it tbe process. On tne ou-
er ana, surrey s last scoring Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Critchlow has two centuries
to his ereXt and ended up in the
high 80s ca two other occasions.
Garry Brown and Campbell fori
worn act; and Chester Debouta
and Bertie Franklin (Surrey) are
slated to ora the bowling for
thev respective clubs.
Editoj: CONRADO SARGEANT
St. Louis j
.544. 1 4
1 Today's Games
Cincinnati at Brooklyn :
St. Louis at New York
Chicago at Philadelphia
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
, (Night Game)
St. Lorns 000 210 2005 9 3
New, York 000 000 0011 2
. Jones (7-3) and Laildrith. ;
Gomez (10-8), McCormick, Wor Wor-thington
thington Wor-thington and Thomas.
' (Night Game)
Cincinnati', 000 000 100 1 5 0
Brooklyn ;: 010 000 02x 3 4 0
Klippstein (3-9) Lawrence and
Alewcombe (9-6) and Campanel-
Chicago 100 000 0225 12 0
Phi'adclphia 101 000 0002 10. 0
Drabowski, Brosnan (1-2) and
Roberts (6-12), Farrell and Lon Lon-nett.
nett. Lon-nett. x
Milwaukee 000 002-1025 14 1
Pittsburgh -. 000 002 0024 9 1
Spann (9-7), McMahon ana
Law. Face "(3-5), Trimble and
In Thick Of IL Race
,KFW YORK., Julv 13 (UP)J
d Strong pitching is keeping-t he
Richmond Virginians in me mien
of the .International ."League- Tpen-
Desnilo Buffalo's .800 pace oy
er the past two weeks, the Bisons
haven't been able to shake off the
Vees, who stand just 2 to games
out. of first. ;
Marty Kutyna hurled Richmond
to a' 2-0 triumph over Havana last
night for the Vees' fifth straight
victory and third successive shut
In other games, Montreal ripped
Buffalo, 5-1, to snap the Bisons'
five-game victory string. Their sec second
ond second same was rained out. Colum
bus broke a four game losing
brenk by- beating Miami, fi-3, and
Rochester nanded Toronto its sixth
successive losf, 8-5.
The linescores and standing:
Yesterday's Result j .'
R H E
Richmond 001 001 0002 8-1
Havana 000 000 000-0 5 0
Kutyna and Chiti; Lane, Amor
(9) and Sierra.
Rochester 002 012 210-8 13 0
Toron-.o 000 032 0005 7 1
Russell, G, Blaylock (5). Shantz
(7), Wright (7) and D. Kicketts,
Robinson. Grimsley (6), Tieffenau-
er (7), Cnmian (8) and Rosseui.
R. H E
600 000 0006 11 0
000 001 2003 1
BlaektarB ODonneU (7) and
OA MfNWOUBX aJk. "'
r- - --i-vj ii
Washington at Chicago -New
York" at Kansas City1 ,y
Baltimore at Cleveland
Boston at Detroit ; ;
' (Nioht Gam.1
Baltimore 005 100 000-8
O00 420 0028 311, 3
Johnson, Lehman; Moore
and Ginsberg, Triandos,
Wynn., Daley, Garcia (4-5)
102 000 0003
202 010 OOx 5 10 1
Sullivan (8-6) Porterfield and'
Bunning (11-2) and House.
; ,: (Night Game)
New York 100 000 0304 9 S
Kansas City 000 001 0012 8
" u ,t'
Larsen (5-2), Kucks, Byrne and
Terry -(3-4), Urban and'Thomp-'
son. .i ' r
By JIMMY DEMARET
Written for NEA Service
f' t'.: 4.;" h t ''!
' When loft as well as distance up
to 10a yartUJLLiequiredat'sHhe
nine u-on. A
Play, the baU off the right heel
from- an open stance, the left foot I
well withdrawn from the line of
flight.: The feet are close together.
the weight evenly distributed. 'The
grip is nrm ana choked or shorten-,
ed considerably, There Is r- mora
wrist action than with the lonBer
irons. .The swing is looser with, a
uummum oi Doay( movement.
As on full shots, the club is hot
lifted but swung back lowwith the
left arm straight." It is not until
the club is almost horizontally leav
ing the belt line hitting zone that
the wrists start to cock. The club
is taken, up with an upright swing
until it ii horizontal above the
shoulders. The left foot is anchor anchored
ed anchored throughout the backswing-
Starting the downswing, draw
the club with a straight, left arm.
The left sile is firmly plant ed.r
iuD uuauuB aic weu mm uic jiii :
ting zone before the wrists whack-
: i 1. 1 i .. mi .
uiiu uic sinn. ine arms are
straight af the point of contact.
A straight right arm assures the
same kind of a follow r through,
the head still firmly in position.
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X i4r "f9 0 : BACK TO TUB OLD OLD-,
, OLD-, Y t 'iv ' A I THOUGHT AL-V1 ACKSTOO? ;
1 "V -lK' Br if S Cgm. t t II J.J-TC K 7LPIIHI II I
Racinr hasn't had a Triple Crown winner ... Derbv. Freak
ness and Belmont Stakes .. since Citation in '48. Had the fates
.ttealt less harshly with GaUantMan this spring, chances are he
Would hay made it., As It was, he .blamed near mifsed out
'fSeShk ftumari,' Johnny Neriidi was deeply" disconsolate over
Minr tne ixiay ,e. and more inan a iittie rurious at the way
Willi C!tKimalrt haJ riieA iih. fk oaa i fl. A-.AmA s
bypass the Preakness and return directly, to New York.
ft'l .figure we rnleht salvage! sorhethina; for the boss (RalDh
fiOwe, Te?cas oilman): it we can win the Belmont. In one sense,
ne Eeimont don't meanas much as the Derby, hut in another
t neuWmdreBreeden pul greater ttress m It-'-
Before Ye Ed.' could ask I -the- man 5 where- this left the
preakness and what purpose it served besides breaking the trip
from Louisville to the Biz Town, he was telling us something we
hadn't heard befote.. r,$ fciM"- v i . X. 'H-j- & J
v MARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA)' An old
fashioned bow-legged third base
man. Frank JIalzone. is the nnn
cioai reason why the Red Sox sud
denly struck back and threatened
to give the Yankees somethina in
tne way 01 a race.,,,
To practically everybody hut
Mike Higgins, this, is help from an
unexpected source,; but the patient
manager insists that ne is not sur surprised
prised surprised at Malz6ne drawing -the
raves' that for ,15 vean were r.
served for Ted Williams.' Higgins
has had implicit faith in Mizone
pronounced Mal-zone-ee since
he- first spied the now 27-year-old
in the Boston chau. Vou see. so
takes his delayed outburst of bass
hits and runs-oatted-in as a mat
ter of course. ,1 .L
Malzone. a product of the side
walks of New York, is batting .333
while specializing in line drives
and chasing so many runs across
the plate that i he .is ? challenging
lor tne jnajur league leao.
TOM YAWK1T CAVI AWAY
million' dollars t in bonuses in five
years, tso, it is ironical tnat Mai-
irne, tne only stand-up-ana-cneer
new face with the Bosox.vcame
free, gratis and for nothing. Cy
Phillips. a hird dog,;' stumbled a
cross the lad playing for Samuel
Gompers men scliooi in '- the
Bronx, "we wan the city chsm
pionship, recalls Malzone, as
though that was as big a kick as
he has naa to date;;
Higgins points out that Malzone.
stocky, sharply-featured Italla-
no. wa retarded by injuries, Ar
my service and family tragedies.
When .Ted Williams returned
fr om Korea and rejoined the Back
Bav Millionaires in 1953. he asked
Joe Cron'n: "Say, .who's that spa-
hetti-eatcr you got out m Ha Hawaii?"
waii?" Hawaii?" t ... ..- ..
You must mean Frankie Mal
zone," replied the general mana manager,
ger, manager, i,, r- ..
. .... : s
Yean, that's his name Mal
zone. I stopped In Honolulu on my
wav back and that's all I heard.
Everybody was talking about Mal Malzone.
zone. Malzone. Must be a pretty good ball
. nALi.uni DA I IBM. mw nu
.370 playing 60 games each sea
son with an Army team in 1952
"Frank still has plenty of speed,
but he could fly before fracturing
his ankle sliding into second bsse
for Scranton of the Eastern League
early in 1950,'! 4ayi f Higgins.
wLook at theirecorHi He ha -26
triples in 137 games with Oneonta
of the t anadian-Ameriean League
OUT OF DOOns tcith
TT ... .1 n I VTt
Local Firms.Offer Prizes
For Int. Fishing
The fracture was a frightful one,
similar to those suffered, by Jeff
Heath, Whitey Lickman and Bob Bob-bv
bv Bob-bv Thomson. The foot was turned
completely around. It left Mal
zone s ankle curved like that of the
gnarled Casey Stengel, made him
even more, bowlegged. ;
Malzone was shipped back to
Louisville In 1955,, when his ankles
kicked up on him. He was due to
make it big last year, but did not
recover from the .loss of a baby
daughter and a brother-in-law.
''Malzone- stands lairly close to
the plate with a level swing' says
Pinky Higgins. "I never saw a
better third baseman. Take
For few awful hour It looks like we area' goinr to he word for it. he's here to stay."
J i m n I a m 1 A a . . a t. i 1 m
oie 10 go in .tnv ncimoni., xns is me nay beiore ne'i tt aet 00, now vne cosion wruers navi
his "'last work for the race and what happens but that he. someone to pei excited about be-
geia toiicj' wainraiiy, u ne misses a work at this stage he can't sjc icu tyujiiii.
ae reaay, ana men we got to take im out. First, the Derby,
nrn jnis.-';v.,0.;v.;,,,c:vr,.r i'X-Z:,-Z f. -v,V: ," .- rk
if J 1 f (" :. V k
aLboa summs r leacui t
. Team Standings "'.
TIAMS Won Lest
Fort Clayton Carbines
Los Bios .Rivers
Official first five highest aver averages
ages averages for ten weeks: Coffee 201,
Almeda 184 Baker 182, Lane 182,
Toland 18i; ; ;
After a layoff because of the
So, now the Boston writers have Fourth of. July celebrations, the
keglers resumed operations inurs-
day night at tne uaiooa eowi-a
lowed by Butch Lanes 516 and Car
ters .504. Chuck McGsrvey? of the
Palms .after a weak first game
scored two good games for a 512
series and Earl Blevins snuck un
der .the wire with 501. Clayton
went back to second place but had
to snait it with Rodman.
In a gesture of cooperating with
the promotion of sports fishing in
Panama,, many firms have donat donated
ed donated prizes and trophies for the Pa Panama
nama Panama Rod and Reel Club's Fifth
International Marlin -andSailfish
These firms are: Burke fiawline
'f Adams, Texas; Oil C.;MShip'otfh3
Corozal 3 Ancon 1
I Months before Nerud had become- firmly convinced Gallant
M&a was a first-class horse. A cough sidelined him for a soell
after he won three straight In Florida last winter. Nerud ouid I
pave tad him fit for the $100,000 Gulf stream "We would have r ; I
fwon.lt. too."-... But bv then the trainer had caught th Derbv riTCT I JPTPhT in
tne mwe cay lost the wood by a wnisxer. His enerirv han to he t 1 i.
mreiiiiiv rationed 1
-.rrf . -' ,. ,-
Full of Run
Well.' here I am in what you might call on heck of '.tna-
'tion ?7 Nerud resumed. "They only satisfaction I get out of the
Jjeroyjs tnat it connrms my estimate of our norse., now I know
posltlvef'he'a' tht best 3-year-old in the country. I also know
,ne can run au cay. tsutr ftiu ,ne nasrrt won anything.
"Well." here I am in what you mljthi call one heck of a situa-
ecause I want to tighten him by degrees for the Derby. I think
Jwe can win the Wood without another work but. we don't., we
should wlnrthe Derby hut the horrible fact ls"we don't 1 We
don't even, give the Preakness a try and; now here I am four.
nve uays oeiore tne ,eimont, me race mat s going to make
everything all right and I got a horse with a bellyache on
my Lands." .-...... y .. ....
" LuckJly' the disturbance responded to routine treatment.
me -iivie say wan t miss ms wora, ana tne day. ( the race
found him fall of run .. o full, in fact, that he won the anlle-and-a-half
Belmont by eight lengths in 2r26-5, a new record
for this country. Bold Ruler was third, beaten off by 12
lengths, v Johnny. Nerud wasn't kidding. .He did have quite am
Ak a matter of fact, anyone' who' saw the Belmont aimoiv
had to agree Gallant Man was authentic Triple Crown caliber.
And yet if the colic bad been tenacious rather' than transient
the utile nay would suu be without a major victory. Turns.
ty any cnance?
' : ,: ... A Retreat at 3 ; ;
Nerud began to get high tort Gallant Man fate 'last summer
but this followed a period in which he admits he was almost
totally unimpressed. By fall he thought enough of the colt to put
nim u wie uaraen teiaie, wona s ricnesv race 1 or z-ycar-oias.
- That's when we havj cur first piece of bad luck, he said.
"We lmd Mr. Fits and Bold Ruler on the track- Like us, they
are there for the final work. They work first YOu never lit
anything Uke it - : .
"Bold Rnler works so sensationally I JoH tona around and
Ir ad our little ItVom bark ta the barn. No (oe trying to beat
that Hd or bore. V.M, vrni knnw what happens In the Gar
im State. Eirbi7on tak? iion J1CS.CPS for Calumet. Bold
r.er rets In trov ml f .m hn nowhere ... now. If Mr. Fits
fcaefn't rked that v e morning-.. .
A few meeks f
riid. raying a
"'I ri.'s ty-.tVi
r Vm had won his first race for
, 3 r two sliver walers.
-- ij' 1 puts up with me." laughed
"it 'i h!m the colt couldnl lose."
PAAF Cage Loop
The Panama Area Armed Forc
es basketball race took on a more
promising look this week as the
standings tightened somewhat due
to two major upsets performed by
the Albrook". AFB Flyers and the
Army Atlantic Busbmasters.
Paced by guards Emmett Bry
ant and Ron Pearson with 31 and
24 points respectively, the Flyers
buried the Cisyton Cavaliers to
the tone of S4-76. The outstanding
rebounding by the entire Albrook
tedm, aided greatly by the fine
play of a comparative newcomer
John Clark, provided the margin
of victory for the Flyer five.
Over at Ft. Davis Wednesday
night another upset was in the
making. The Ft Kobbe Regulars,
sporting a 5-z mart: and rated a
- good chance to move up on Ft
; Clayton raa into a fired-up Army
Atlantic quintet and. ended up on
the snort-end of a 85-t3 count ia
an overtime affair.
; The loss shove Kobbe into a
second place deadlock with the
onrukbing Albrook Flyers, both
teams with 4-3 records Army At'
la n tic now sports a 3-5 slate.
In other games this week Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe downed the Ft Amador Troop Troopers
ers Troopers 80-5S in a game played Fri Friday
day Friday Bight at Clayton's Reeder
gyaa. Clayton polished off Army
Atlantic at tne Clayton gym Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night 6S-4C
Tonight Amador invades Army
Atlantic, and Kobbe battles with
Albrook ia a stoggle for second
place honors st the Albrook gym gymnasium.
nasium. gymnasium. 1
Monday night the Flyers travel
to the Atlantic aide to play the
improved Army Atlantic squad,
and the Amador five will invade
Reeder gym for a game with Ft.
Nest Wednesday Amador taBgies
w-UH. Albrook at Albrook. aod
C!ito Will square off azainst
Kobe at the latter' rTmTuim
ia another crucial FAAF eomert.'
rena. inis margea tne nan way
mark in tho schedule and the pin pin-smashers
smashers pin-smashers went to work' with full
of vin and f vigor.' However the
script wss the -same as it. was
during the other ten weeks, name
ly Albrook Flyers dominated the
scene. , ;, , .
Albrook 4 Amador
The sailors would like to forget
this and hush up the proceedings
nnd label the night's performsnce
as "top secret." But to the victors
belong the spoils, and the Flyers
wrspped themselves with plenty of
glory First of all every airman hit
over 500 with Mel Leidner missing
the 600 set by two pins and Tom
Curly Kilgallan by 13 pins. In the
mid game of tnree, tney snauer snauer-ed
ed snauer-ed the 960 team high game mark
made by Farfan weeks sgd, by
setting a 975. They knocked off
the high team series mark or 2681
made oy Clayton -with a booming
2764 total pins Here is now it was
173 .' 513
la tti last game the sailors made
it close by tallying 130. Bob Mor
row and Dick Buss ox Amador
went oer the 500 mark.
Los Rio 3 Rodman ,1
with Don Rudy on a rampage
with a 598 series, the Rivers flood
ed the Tollers and flowed .to two
easy wu.s ia the first two games.
but the swift current Subsided and
the Rollers took the last gsme by
a comfortable margin but not
nough te: offset the Los Rios total
Body was substantially supported
by Dick Soysters 554- and Mallorys
522. For the shortened Rollers.
Bob foland with 554 improved his
182 average and his teammate the
grand old man of local bowling,
Harry Xlump got his five bole ball
to register 514.
lla'ylM 3 Cocofl 1.
The Carbines shot their way to
two ey wms but raa in some
Ancon anchors started out with
a win which made it 13 in a row
to tie the winning streak mark set
earner in the season by Albrook.
iBut thirteen proved a jinx and
tne anchors sunk mighty fast los losing
ing losing tho next two games and Tds.
Only two players hit for 500, one
from each team; the Chief in the
Corozal lineup was Sommariga
wun so7 ana res rani of Ancon
Diablo 4 Farfan 6
Farfan Fans got lost somewhere
between the West Bank of the Can Canal
al Canal and the bo wl-a-rena and be because
cause because they did not show up the Dia,
bio Devils were banded on a silver
platter four juicy, points. Lack of J
opposit'on did not deter Billy the
jua Jouee from again going over over-the
the over-the 600 mark, this time with a 607,
Billy hes been a member of this
exclusive, aristocratic and elite
"600" set so often that it is getting
to a weekly habit. The nearest to
Bill was Walker with a healthy
Balboa 2 Curundu 2
The Curndu Comets bowling with
two blinds took the initial two
points by sn adequate edge but ap
parent!:' the Comets burned them'
selves out because in the last game
the Boas strangled them by more
than a humored pins, snd thus
msde up the deficit in pin fall by
18 2327 tO Z309.
Only two players in this con
test hit the 500 msrk. esch from
opposing teams, Panama's contri
bution to bowling, Manuel Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez rolling for the Comets attain
ed 504 and Balboa's Boyer batter
ed the maples lor 510. The split
put the Boas only one step closer
in vacating tee ceuar oecause in
the 11th spot is Amador with a one
Honor rol 600 Club Coffee
200 Clul Richardson 205. Leid Leidner
ner Leidner 224. Kilgallan 236, Morrow 201,
Toland 212, Rudy 217, Soyster 200,
McGaney 209, Luttenberger 210.
Sommariza 2T3. Wickham 201. Pan
200. Cofleo (2) 228,201: Walker
Important Notice Starting next
Thursday night the league will
roll in two shifts, six teams will
go into action at 6:30 and the oth other
er other six at 8 45. This is due to the
fact thit sis lanes at the Bowl-a-;
rena will be resurfaced and re
conditioned. First shift operators
will be Albrnok, Los Rms, Farfan.
Cocoli. Diablo snd Clayton. The
second shift will fcsve Rodman,
CorozaL Ancon, Balboa Curundu
pan Motors. Panama Rod and Reel
Club, Panama Tourist Commis
sion, noiei san Uias, JLacteos .Na .National,
tional, .National, Liquors in BondVMagna BondVMagna-vox;
vox; BondVMagna-vox; TV,; Johnson Out-Board Mo Motors,
tors, Motors, Esso Standard Oil. Chase Na
tional Bank. Fuerza y Luz, Carta
vieja, noiei, ra ranama, Hotel
Nacional de David. Cafe Duran,
Pemco. Tasco Batteries, Smoot
and 1 Hunmcutt, Cafe Sitton, Ar Armour,
mour, Armour, Nations! City Bank of New-
xorK, cooperative resquera, Sea Sea-gramsV
gramsV Sea-gramsV V. O.. Abernathy. Aneeli
ni's, Mercurio, Fastlich, Motta's,
Coca Cola Bottling Co., Supply
Service, SOUTHERN Tackle Distri
Dutors, ran American Airways.
In addition, the Panama Rod
and Reel Club is offering prizes
to the member of the Armed Forc
es taking pan in the servicemen's
part of the tournament.
During recent years eleven
world's records have been made in
Panama waters, some of which
sre held by out-of-town fishermen
who have been drawn here by
the wonderful fishing. The tournar
ment. starts on Mondsy, July 15,
and will last until Aug. 16.
Okayed For Sept. 11
" LOS ANGELES (UPV-A match
between champion Archie Moore
and Tony Anthony tor the light light-heavyweight
heavyweight light-heavyweight title appears definite definitely
ly definitely set here for Sept. 11.
After singer-actor Frank Sinatra
offered to withdraw from the pro promotion
motion promotion and permit local clubs to
hsndle it, the Californis Athletic
Commission Wednesday gave in
formal approval for the match to
be snonsored iointlv by the Holly
wood Legion Stadium and Olym
! By A. J. McCLANI
GENE THIEM. 16. discovered
that it takes more than a hook to
. 1 .9
eaten a wona recora iisn. .,
Young Thiem landed a 34-pound
snook on spin gear, using 8-pound
test line; His lunker topped tne
present world mark by four pounds
for lines in the 12-pound test cate category,
gory, category, but Thiem's fish was, turned
down tiy.the Internstional Game Game-fish
fish Game-fish Association.
The youngster caught his snook
on a plug equipped witn treDie
hooks: ' '', v"
It has never been clear to me
why the IGFA prohibits trebles.
The ruling1 reads: "The use of a
plug is permissible only if not
more than 1 wo single hooks are
attached to the plug... the use of
plugs carrying gang hooks is not
"The mc A-ieeis trebles are un unsporting
sporting unsporting Experienced salt- water
casters are in violent disagree
ment. There is a high ratio of fish
lost to pluggers. ,
The Mg gripe is that an angler
with live' bait, ordinarily, rigged
"sportingly on. one or two hooks,
is ehgibk for record status, where whereas
as whereas a fellpw casting artificials is
As any neophyte knows, once a
fish bar swallowed live bait, there
is small chance of losing it.. The
great majority of plugs on the
market are eauinned with two or
three sets of trebles.
Few plugs balance properly "or
oner even a small cnance of hold holding
ing holding large fish if some of the points
are snipped off because lure hooks
are much, much smaller than halt
Many fine catches have been
turned down on the same ruling.
Most observers feel it would take
an act of Congress to get the IGFA
off its horse snd buggy.
a cnange in the rules would not
reduce the high standards that
IGFA 4ia established but would r't
enhance its authority.
DRI VE-1 N
.ONE DAY RELEASE
The Funniest : Movie in
Maybe Twenty Years!
BELMONT, N.C. (UP)-Al Mc Mc-Guire,
Guire, Mc-Guire, former New York Knicker Knickerbocker
bocker Knickerbocker star and assistant basket basketball
ball basketball coach at Dartmouth-- has
been named head coach at Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Abbey, College, -succeeding
iuciu uuiuuji, wuu lesiucu io oe oe-comc'7
comc'7 oe-comc'7 assistant 'basketball coach
at FUrman University,
WASHINGTON (UP) Heavy
weights Alex Miteff of Argentina
and Julio Mederos of Cuba' have
been signed to meet in a 10-round
bout here on July 26. Miteff is un undefeated
defeated undefeated in 10 professional bouts.
TONIGHT at 11:00
L. J. Cobb in
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By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Service
resistance in tbe finals when Co-! Alexandria Bay, N.Y. (VEA)
eoli Palms sreaked throurh wiih All fiihing seasont sre wide open
a seven pm aantare. Leii Tony on both sides of the St. Lawrence
LuttenNrfcr f:rfd his Tofiado to' River. Bats and pike are the main
a 551 scries for tit Carbines fol-'Urgeia. -, 1
QUESTION: With two strikes on
Vic Power, a foul tin popped out
of Yogi Berra's glove and the ball
hit the catcher's srm before he
spsred it with his hands. Doesn't
such a ball have to go direct to
the catcher's hands for the. bat batter
ter batter to be out? Oscar Swenson.
Answer: Until this season it did.
The catcher could not have any
assistance from his body or para
phernalia. The thought behind the
change was to give the catcher
the same rights as an infielder or
outfielder who can retire a batter,
by catching a ball bouncing off an another
other another player, provided be catches
it before it hits the ground. I
Q. When a batter bunts foul on
a third strike, who gets credit for:
the putout? Marvin Berliner.
A. The catcher. I
RANDOLPH SCOTT Avenges Custer Massacre" in :
"7th GALVARY'r: 1
ACTION RELEASE TOMORROW AT IHV'M-iJt
'DRIVE-IN" THEATRE x' f l' z
NO SLACK SEASON
East Lansing, -Mich. (NEA)
Michigan S:a'e has a summer ice
session dirrg whira 256 top a a-matur
matur a-matur skin tri n for eight
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- -; .- -i A r. r l
Colnmbh PlctBres 7th CAVALRY." action packed
story of the Battle of Little Big Hern, opens TOMORROW
and MONDAY at the "DRIVE-IV Theatre. Randolph Scott
stars In- nth CAVALRY" as an officer who part k pates in
the grim aftermath of one ef the astost stunning defeats
sustained by the regular U.S. Army hi its Indian wan. The
film restores Barbara HALE. J. C FLirPEN, Frank FAVLI.N
and Jeanette NOLAN, the film's nrJnt is in Techinocrir.
. -. Acin.
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SATUKDAY, JULY 1J, 18;?
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V THIS, SPACE IS FOR SALE T (
' FOR .INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 .'X
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.Alsalrirnia I k rt of
i ) :: ;: ; C Houses 1 1 Apartments
FOR RENT: Ntw chilet, ) bed bed-reomt,
reomt, bed-reomt, livinj-din"t m
room, poreh and fnt. Furnnh Furnnh-d
d Furnnh-d or unfurnithtd. Cernar Pases
Cincuantcnarie and 7th Avanua,
Coco dal Mar (San Francisco).
FOR RENT Comforfabla fur furnished
nished furnished smalt chalet at Bella Vis Vis-la.
la. Vis-la. Reasonable price, $75. Phono
PHILLIPS Oeoanside Coltagos
i Santa CUr. Box W90 Pana-
ma, R. do P. Phono Panama
, 3-1877. Cristobal 3-U73.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
' beach heasa. One mile past Ca-
alno. Phono Balboa 1866.
Concrete Mix Plant
An offer of $53,982 for the
work, of rehabilitating the cen central
tral central concrete mixing plant at
Sosa Hill was made by th Con Con-structadora
structadora Con-structadora Urbaha, a Panama
firm which entered the only bid
received on the work.
Bids oh this and two other
Panama Canal projects were
opened yesterday in the board
room oh the Administration
Building at'Balboa Heights.
The work to be done at the
concrete mixing plant consists
01 the demolition of a section of
the plant; the 'installation of a
new aggregate bin, and an ag aggregate
gregate aggregate weighing batcher and
1 E. O.' Hauke, of Colon, made a
low bid ot $5,400 on the con construction'
struction' construction' of a covered passage passageway
way passageway at. the Ancon Elementary
' School,' and Dillon and Hickman
bid $2,99 on -the Installation or
af, metal siding in Building 4-c
to the Storehouse area.. ...
wu. 'J,kr-r tn v done at. the
Ancon :iwhool copaistt mainly irv
the construction oi reworcea
concrete passageway extending
approximately 100 feet from the
front entrance of the bui ding
to the .street and the construc construction
tion construction of ft concrete shelter ,58 feet
In length over the existing side sidewalk.
walk. sidewalk. '. .. :
Tony Curtis Hit
in Eye By Arrow
With Rubber Tip
DINAUD, prance, July 13 (UP),
-A rubber-tipped arrow that went,
astray during the filming of a V V-W
W V-W invasion struck American ac-j
tor Tony Curtis in the eye and I
temporarily blinded him yester-
A spokesman for the actor said j
later he regained his sight in a
short tune and a specialist said I
be probably would recover witn-
"He is resting comfortably atj
the Grand hotel here," me apques apques-tnan
tnan apques-tnan said.
The accident occurred on the
Brittany beaches outside Dinard
Where mas invasion .scenes were
being shot for the movie "The
' Witnesses said Curtis was watch'
Ing the scene with co-star Kirk
Douglas and never saw the ar arrow
row arrow that hit him. He lost sight
' temporarily in both eyes immed immediately
iately immediately after he was hit
A doctor on the scene treated
him and sent him to the hotel.
Start Postcard War
11. Iai Til feastem states, he said.
AliainSI JaD lllfll "All evidence poinU to the fact
Jf r that ,.6 ig no -hortage of re-
JTTTAWA, '111., Jul'y U (UP) fin ;iiUble to the North
X housewife vesterday sUrted a easJT Taid.
OZZ?. .riPforgri WiCci Rw 8ar prices are the direct
Janese trial for GI William Gir- o M guppliM in otf.
air Walfar Carroll and a group hore reas '"S in the hnd8 f
kZtrd, tUiili this upward pressure of prices. to a
anN.fl- greater extent than have prices of
Fffiw?.'(iu 'back the consti- virtually all other food products.
tu3enr right of your -soldier
s4i and those future soldiers now,
playint; at your 'eel by writings SnilirrPl In TV St?f
yo.r congressman and senators, jqUlrrei in I Y. JCl
resting the fec'sion of te Su-, 0 U0r Ernnr
preme Court on the Girard esse UNVeS ner rrUnilU
ialnsl Jap Trial
the Status rf Forces treaty
- 4 . . ...
,uet at least o oxner women
to -do the same and have them
pats it oiO Please, for -the future
of.kHir. sons, make tout voice
beard ever the babbling of other
cout tries in Washington,
tklrs. Walter CarroU.
r CXkj. Gf's moT'er,- Mrs. nng her television e e-'
' e-' ;y f ', bri er.
f i:.r t. : Tiesl-'snt r They rattled and shook the set
' o a I'? sm appeJugj-ami e rreJ acsmpered across,
f : a reversal cf the gerernment'sjthe floor toward Mrs. Root's front
inn. 'door beun held open by police.
ATTENTION. 0. I.I J b
modera furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooma, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bod-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, in high cool locality. All
screened. In El Cangrejo. Also 2
bedrooms, furnished. Phono of office
fice office hours 2-021, after office
hours 2-3525. v
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments of I and 2 bedrooms on
the main, corner 1 1 th St., Par- y
que Lefevre. Phono 3-4818.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, independent wash tubs.
Jose do Fabrega Ave. No. 12,
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, living dining,
room, spare room, modern con-'
veniences. Via Belisario Porras
No. 96, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Also one room. Via Porras
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Justo Arotemena Avenue
3711. Inquire 37th Street No.
FOR RENT: Apartments,- good
location: Bedroom, dining-living -room,
kitchen and bath. $70 a
month. For more information call
3-3318 Panama or 3-3217 Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. FOR RENT: Cool, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished one-bedroom apartment,
parking space, wonderful loca location.
tion. location. Phono 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished a a-parrment
parrment a-parrment near Panama Hotel
S90. Call 3-2097 or 3-7069,
FOR HENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, living-dining- room, fur furnished'
nished' furnished' or unfurnished, stove, re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. Bella Vista, 43 rd St.
FOR RENT: In new chalet, living-dining
room, bedroom, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, garage. "Urbani "Urbanisation
sation "Urbanisation Los Angeles." Phone 3 3-3199.
3199. 3-3199. FOR RENT: 2-bcdroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, ga garage,
rage, garage, etc., hot water, chalet.
Phone 2-4848 or 3-1848 after
Sugar Beet Growers
Blame High Prices
On Offshore Sellers
WASHINGTON, July 13 CUP)
A spokesman for the United States
sugar beats growers today defend defended
ed defended both the industry and govern government
ment government sugar program against, ac accusations
cusations accusations they share responsibility
for aileeed Northeastern state sus sus-ar
ar sus-ar shortages and pricing prob
Harry Clark, chairman of the A A-meripan
meripan A-meripan sugar beet industry poli policy
cy policy committee, termed the beet in industry
dustry industry a "bvstander" in A,tue of
war between foreiignntTaomestic
offsnore raw suear suppliers.
He called "utterly without foun-
riatinn' arrusations the indus
try is not providing its full share
of consumers neeas, ann oy in inference,
ference, inference, of not having the abilitv
to froduce or market its full
He also defended 1956 amend amendments
ments amendments to the Sugar Act increasing
beet sugar marketing quotas. Cri Critics
tics Critics hold these are responsible for
I refined sugar price levels in North-
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N. J..
July 13 (UP) "There is some
kind of animal in my TV set I
'can see eyes, a frantie house-
wife telephoned police Thursday,
i Police arrived at the home of
ihm. Alice Robol and began ex-
inv vntna an witu auk nt mie
BABDO-No,j2S JB Streat MOBRISON-Jlh ot My A,,. J St. JLEWI8.8EBVIC1-Ave. TIVoHo4
rAHMAClA lua-'IH tenirai avenue
inuoijiui UnJ W. aa m 0-arm
the Bella Vista Theatre, ."Miff f.::.. -, A
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 4-door
Special, clean. Balboa. 1 777.
FOR SALE 1956 Chevy Station
Wagon, 9-passonger, excellent
condition. Sacrifice. Phone 3 3-2390
2390 3-2390 (Crist.).
FOR SALE: 1954 Windsor De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe Club Coupe, 2-tono, wsw,
radio, solox. Phone 2-2394 of-
fico hour and 2-3493 after.
FOR SALE: 1940 Oldsmobilo,
new battery, good shape $65.
Phono 2-4211. House 6402 Los
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan.. Phono Balboa 2670.
FOR SALE: Morris Minor Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Phone Cristobal 1357.
Houia 623,' DeLesseps.
FOR SALE: 1955 4-door Mer Mercury,
cury, Mercury, one owner, $1600. Phono
83-5224. 569-B, Curundu Hts."
FOR SALE: '55 Pontiac 4-door
Sedan, black, with ww tires, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, radio. May so
at Civa. S.A.
FOR SALE-1947 4-dr. Kaiser,
$60. 158 1 -A, Balboa, Phone 2-,
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodgo Club
Coupe, tinted glass, automatie
transmission, whftowall tiros, turn
signals, 2-tone, radio, heater, top
shape. Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford'6" Tu Tudor,
dor, Tudor, excellent condition $350.
Call Albrook 4203.
TRANSPORTED BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fir Jumpinej Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m, Phono 2-2451
r bv appointment. ($
Gibraltar '.tie Ins: Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama S-0552
the McLevjr wy. Body Masuae,
Exeerctalng Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor ladles
and gentlemen. Ctet result.
i. Arosemena Ave.' 33-4S
155 Central Ave.
With F 1.2 Lens
, r -
Two Quake Shocks
NEW SORKJ July 13 (UP)
: ; ti ". -'
Two "fairly strong", earthquake
shock ewimated to have orginat-
rd 4no miles from here were re-'
corded last night In the seUmo-jdrove
- i. Frrth iTni.
vcrrity oi.ervatory. The direction' leaving the White House shortly
of the shocks, which occurred atibefore the President boarded sus
9:05:54 nti S:18.18 p.m. (Edt.) helicopter and arming at the re re-was
was re-was not determined, according" tollocatioa site a little bit after he
the Rev. Joseph Lynch. "jdid -'. i
" ' i
.innnM n( tin nrvrrva a i wi
buuskhou) utHANUE-4. ro.
n& wi. BATHBRnP.n. tTana
FOR SALE: 60 eu. ft. Ingersoll
Rand gasoline compressor, 210
i eu.' ft. Leroy gasoline eompres eompres-.
. eompres-. sor, 500 en. ft. Ingersoll Rand
diesel compressor, 1942 Dodge
Coupe, 1952 Fiat Convertible,
1951 Nash Rambler. Call Balboa
1530, 7 a.m. till 3:30 p.m.
SKINDIVERS! Finest Italian
equipment in stock now. MARES
; SPORT masks, fins and guns
' preferred by world experts. Wo
have plenty of spare parts also.
FOR SALE: Savo money I Buy
, Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco tf Alfaroria, S. A.,
, Via Espafia No. 37-48. Phono
- FOR, SALE: One upright piano
with bench, in good condition.
Call Curundu 6136 after work working
ing working hours.
.Everything for athletes. Largo
stock basketball aquipment. Im Immediate
mediate Immediate delivery. Liberal dis discount.
count. discount. ABERNATHY SPORTING
"The Isthmus" Buyer and Sell Sell-en
en Sell-en Household and Miscellaneous
items, best prices. Visit, us, 7th
and Front Street, Colon. Phono
FOR SALE: I Graphotypo ma machine,
chine, machine, Addrassograph-Multigraplr
Corp., Model 638 T, AC, Model
RPM 1725, 60-cycle. 115 volt.
, I Multigraph machine, Model
1250, Offset, max. aheet alio
9J4 x 14-inch, tingle phase,
110 volt, 60-cycle. May be in inspected,
spected, inspected, and bids obtained at tha
United States Information Serv Service,
ice, Service, Avenida Central 35-02, at
Garage area in roar of building,
between the hours of 9 to 10:30
a.m. Monday to Friday, July 15
to 19, 1957.
FOR SALE: Colombian Turpial
(bugle-bird), rtwonderful, whis whistles
tles whistles 5 tunes, ,larns many oth others.
ers. others. Via Espaiia 2019, third
house before tos Anroles Garaoa.
2 PANAMA CANAL. rAMPAtjV.
OFFERS EXCAVATOR FOR ULr"
; Sealed; bids, for- eponing in pub? pub?-lic,
lic, pub?-lic, will b receivod .until 1 03)6VJ
?a.m., July 26, m tha, rV
f ice of Superintend'ent of Stores
houses, Balboa, far mo Excava- -,
tor, diuel, dragline and shovel,
t2-cubi yard Lima Locomotive
.'Works, and accessories located at
the Gamboa Gravel Plant.' For
further information and copy of
Invitation No. S-57-353 contact
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1086.
Saving The Wours
ALSTEAD, N. H. (UP) A
healthy specimen is C. H. Metealf
During 15 years of government
service, be has accumulated 1,320
hours of sick leave.
Secret Spot In Hills
EMERGENCY WHITE HOUSE,
OPERATION ALERT July 13 (UP)
President .Eisenhower flew to this
mountainous hideaway in a heli helicopter
copter helicopter yesterday to escape a simul
ated H-bomb attack on Wash
and test a new evacuation sys system.
tem. system. The 'copter, one of two recent recently
ly recently acquired by the White House,
picked up the President on the
south lawn of the executive man mansion
sion mansion at 2:09 p.m. edt, two hours
after the nationwide civil defense
Under, operation alert rules,
newsmen could not report how
long it took him to reach his se secret
cret secret emergency headquarters. He
was safely out of the danger tone,
however, when the first theoreti theoretical
cal theoretical H-bomb hit the capital's Un Union
ion Union Station' at 3:22 p.m.
VTry-Out ef Order
Shortly after his arrival at the
relocation site, the President au authorized
thorized authorized a try-out of an executive
order lycr the government's
emergency communications net network
work network declaring a "civil defense
and national emergency."
The "order" followed his receipt
of a theoretical report that North Northeast
east Northeast and Northwest sections of the
country had, been attacked.
At the time the. President acted,
Washington itself was tinder a
make-believe red alert meaning
"take cover." Shortly thereafter,
the capital was theoretically, bit
by a five megaton hydrogen bomb
White 'House Press Secretary
James CHagerty gave no text
of the President's make-believe
order. As faras operation alert
was concerned, the order author authorized
ized authorized the Federal Civil Defense to
into full action.
jLmur Arrf.1 ?
Hagerty said Mrs. Eisenhower
up to relocation site with
three of her tour grandchildren.
her tour grandchildren,;
w TPFirr PANAMA.
la usse t.o. avivvwi-.-
I hat a VARMAC1A "fiAS'WVU TORM
i-rVW -i' '" VW 15
FOR SALE: Zenith radio-phono
console. Qtrs. 721 -A Balboa.
FOR SALE: General household
furniture, Singef sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, plants. Option of apart apartment
ment apartment possible. Call 3-1857 5un
' day 1 0-5 o'clock, weekdays 5-9 x
FOR SALE: Desk $18, maple
chest of drawers $ 1 5, 2 fiber
rugs 9x12 $15. 54": springs, in in-nerspring
nerspring in-nerspring mattress $45. Phone
Balboa 4464. .. y ".,
FOR SALE: Modern wrought wrought-iron
iron wrought-iron 1 dinette set, perch awing.
, Cheap. No. 18, 50th Street. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3268.
FOR SALE: Dining room set
$100, radio console end record
. player $190. mahogany desk
$20, complete automatie wash washing
ing washing machine $175. Phone Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1543 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
set 9 pieces,, punch, bowl, perco percolator,
lator, percolator, 2 dost, cut glasses, orna ornaments
ments ornaments $75; 2 comfortable easy
chairs, 2 small tables, vases,
lamp, etc $15; end table lamp,
ornaments $3;, Heavily silver
plated "Last Supper" $12; beau beautiful
tiful beautiful potted plants, stand $1 to
$3.503779-8, Williamson Place,
Balboa 1852 irem 1 to 8 p.m.
FOR SALE: A 6-pe. bedroom
set, very good condition. No.
P-17, 82nd St.; Urb. Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. ",
FOR SALE: 11 -piece Chinese
dining room set $450. Box 86,
Balboa, for appointment.
locked Up In Vault
Durino II. C. Holdup
. itiV -ir.- jrhlvniia 'ixrpmm-
To handkerchief masked; JkiA&-
upvmen forced nve DanK employes
autf three customers into ajjtiny
vault-yesierda a'n4' fled with 'bank
funds totaling $32,691. : r i:
'Thav cnatrhaH 4250 ffftltl I alar.
tied listomer"who walked into the
Apex branch 'Of tne imrnam uana
and Trust Co. to mace a aeposn
Anrinir the late morninC holdup.
Another woman customer walked
in, saw the robbery in progress,
screamed and fainted.
The amount of cash taken was
announced bv State Rep. Watts
Hill' Jr. of- Durham, an official of
the parent baking firm.
The highway patrol threw up
roadblocks in the area between
Raleigh, Sanford and Durham
and used a nencopier 10 neip covet
wooded areas and rural roads
criss-crossing the mid Carolina
farming country. --.
Hagerty said David, 9, Barbara
Anne, 8, and Susan, 5, were at
the White House, so the first lady
brought them with her to spend
the night here.
After his arrival, the President
conferred with his aides about
the civil defense exercise.
The trip to the Emergency
White House was Eisenhower's
first ride in the White House ma
chines and his first flight in a
helicopter since 1952 when he was
the North Atlantic Treaty com commander
mander commander in Europe.
The pilot. Air. Force Maj. Jo Jo-geph
geph Jo-geph E. Barrett of Rule, Tex.,
and James J. Rowley of the Se Secret
cret Secret Service were the only other
occupants of the presidential heli helicopter.
copter. helicopter. A
Snyder Followed i
Maj. Gen. Howard McC Snyder,'
White House physician, followeo
him in a similar helicopter with
another Secret Service man and
pilot aboard. Members of the
White House Staff and press
corps took off earlier in six larger
Eisenhower wss peering Intently
through the glass nose of the erait
as. his helicopter settled onto a
small field at the relocation site.
He. told the pilot "that was very
nice" as be stepped to the ground.
Eiser bower remained at 'the
and is to "holiday' on to his farm
at GePyaburgh, Pa-, today and to tomorrow.
Cr. Prince Faisal
Recovering In N.Y.
KEW YORK," July IS (UP)
Crown Prince Faisal of Saudi Ar1
bla was recovering today from a
successful operation for removal
of an infected gall bladder.
A medical bulletin issued by
New York Hospital said "an un uneventful
eventful uneventful recovery" was anticipat anticipated
ed anticipated for the 52 year- old prince,
who underwent surgery Thursday.
tIBBFRIA, FRECIADO 7 Street Ho. IS AGENCTAS
,VT.im imi LiilHi
111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
The FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mercado EJ Roy, offer
efficient filling of proscription
and home delivery service. Phone
The best dinners and drinks
ere served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
' bar. Hotel; Internscienal "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata $ do Mayo. '
For fast efficient repair service
en all outboard motor and 2t
cycle engines. Call LOWE. S.A.,
phone 3-541 li all work guaran-
ATTENTION: Gamboa Resident
TV Service calls on TUES TUESDAYS
DAYS TUESDAYS ONLY $6.50. Las Cum Cum-bre
bre Cum-bre reiidontt en. THURSDAYS
ONLY $6.50. Fort Kobbe call
en WEDNESDAYS ONLY
$5.50. Local area calls continue
at $3.50. Phone U.S. .Television
Panama 2-4616. .
Tired of the runaround with your
present electrical appliances re repair
pair repair service. Try LOWE, S.A.,
' phono 3-5411 for good service.
All work guaranteed.
Digging Al Random;
Find $1,000 Prize
ST. PETERSBURG, July 13 -(UP)
Three youths who dug at
random carried off the $1,000 loot
Thursday night in St. Petersburg's
annual Funtime treasure hunt.
Hundreds of persons had sought
the buried certificate, worth $1,000
since last Saturday night and the
Chamber of 'Commerce was oblig obliged
ed obliged to put out an extra and more
specific set of clues Thursdday,
;More than 1,000 treasure hunt hunters
ers hunters jammed 'the small man-made
island where1 the treasure was
buried under two feet of sand, dig
ging furiously in -the rain. l
- Young iMf H. Honaker, Anthony
Jbhn Koset and his brother, Jerry,
finally gave upHryinr to follow the
official clues ..and-began digging
at random among a froup of holes
dug previously by other hunters,
They soon1 tut the treasure.
1956 BUICK Special, 4-dooi
1955 DODGE "Kingsway," 4oor ......
' -?xx: ;
1955 BUICK Special, 4-door
1955 CHEVROLET Conv., BeJ Air . .
1952 OLDSMOBILE "Super 88"
1953 DE SOTO
1955 FORD Cu9tomline,M 4-door. X
V 1954 PONTIAC
. ASK FOR SCOIT
y N UN No: 2 at
S md ot
TWAhiTED: Two office girls for
general office work. Write giving
details and telephone for inter interview
view interview te "V," Box 134, Panama.
LARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
' Balboa 2-4239. Harnett a n d
, WANTED: Smsll trailer earry.
all. Details to Box 86, Balboa. (
WANTED: Belt-driven exhaust -fan
IB to 24-in. with or without
' i 25-cycle meter. Call 2-4484. ;
Vilh Carnal Abuse
li I it
Pleads llol Guilly
rtTPi finnlnpist i tr. Thomas
Stoe.lting pleaded innocenty.yester innocenty.yester-day
day innocenty.yester-day to charges of carnal abuse of
a former county prosecutor's teen teen-aged,
aged, teen-aged, daughter who shot and ser seriously
iously seriously wounded him. April 3.
fitbltinir K1 i ui'i aratffnprl he-
fore a county judge here and. held
in ueu ot siu.wu Dan tor a iriai
a e .1 .ill i a 1
wmcn wiu oe scneauiea, taier.
, Stoelting, secretary treasurer of
an Idaho mining tarn, was inaict-
ed for carnal abuse in May wnue
recuperating from a gunshot
wound inflicted by 15-year-old San Sandra
dra Sandra Hauck,: daughter of Anthony
Stoeftihg lived with the Hauck
familv for about two vears before
the night Sandra entered his bed
room and fired a .45 coit auto automatic
matic automatic -at the geologist. Stoelting
charted throughout the investiga
tion the shootingxwas deliberate,
t; Sandra! kteradiudged a luven-ilejdelinquent-eaid
to scare Stoelttrift. The blonde high
school sophomore was- held 'under
juvenile court jurisdiction, but r
leased in parental-custody. -,
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SELL MORE BECAUSE
THE: BEST AND
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& : Pa red es, 5. fi.
front of Coca-Cola Plant
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
STUD SERVICE: Wire-haired
' Pox Terrier', pedigreed, AKC reg registered.
istered. registered. 2-3586.
STUD SERVICE) AKC registered
Boxer. Phone, Port Clayton 87 87-6205
6205 87-6205 after 5 p.m.
; Need anything from the U.S. 1st
r ;: hurry? Call, LOWE, S.A., phone
3-5411. W will have it here in
less than a week Our charges
10 ef total colt.
. HERE only for while? Rent a
TV pennies e day! Call 2-
23T4 ...t "'-' V ' jrt '
Boats & Motors
m Large-, stock' used boats, motor ;
and trailer: : Accept reasonable :
- offer, consider trade. EverythinB
for the fisherman, beatsman and
skin diver. Liberal discount. AB ABERNATHY
ERNATHY ABERNATHY SPORTING GOODS.
-FOR SALE: 35' launch. 60-hp,
Redwing boat,' 616 Diable. See
Dockmaster or Red,
Father Qf Rapist
Dies Of Injuries
Sustained In Wreck
-THARIONVa.JuIy 13 (UP)
The father of condemned rapist
Frank Jimmy Snider Jr. died in
a hospital yesterday of injuries
suffered in a traffic wreck that,
killed his -.wife last, Sunday. :
- ,.-" - f
: Doctors fat Marion General Hos Hos-pitkl
pitkl Hos-pitkl said Snider; 57,, of Gadsden,'
Ala.; suffered, severe,- chest injur-,
ies and a disjoeated hip in the ac accident.
cident. accident. Mrs. JSnideCM, was kill killed
ed killed instantly, v , j
!frsnk Snider Jr.. was scheduled
toA have been electrocuted Thuri-
day at nhe state penitentiary in
Richmond for, .aping a 10-year-old,
Roanoke, V4girL j
- Howeveri Ffederal Judge Waller
E. 'Hoffman granted a writ of ha-t
beas corpus Wednesday, to allow
for a second appeal to tha vuv
ginia Supreme Ceurt. r
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lice Backs Walter On Budgat Weeds;
Tolls; Agencies Trim $2 Bi
L if E H 'j 1 'I f W (
"WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP)-
House backers of postal pay m m-creases
creases m-creases uied I rare parliamen
tary device yesterday to pry the
measure out of the powerful House
Rules Committee and send it to
the floor for almost certain ap approval.
proval. approval. J More than 218 members a
majority of the House signed
discharge petition ordering the
committee to permit floor action
on the administration-opposed
measure. It would grant 518,000
postal workers an across-the-fcoard
basic "pay increase of $546
i Under House rules,- the House
lias no alternative but to take up
the bill a week from Monday.
Rep. T. A. Thompson (D-La), who
circulated the petition, told news newsmen
men newsmen passage was assured since
a House majority already has
been committed to support the
I House rules stipulate that when
maioritv of House, members
sign a discharge petition, the leg
islation automatically is brought
to the floor. Efforts to get the re
quired numoer or signatures uu
the document are rarely success
The bill was approved by the
House Post Office Committee by
an overwhelming margin, despite
the opposition of President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and' Committee Chairman
Tom Murray (D-Tenn
The across-the-board pay boost
would anolv to all postal wortcers
except rural carriers and fourth
class postmasters who would re
Ceive the $546 annual increase or
a nute Ot 13 per ceni, wnicnever
was smaller. The increase would
be effective Sept. 1.
ft-was estimated that the bill,
If approved, would add 320 mil million
lion million dollars a year to the cost of
operating the already deficit deficit-harassed
harassed deficit-harassed Post Office Department.
The administration opposed the
kill flit rminria it would increase
inflationary pressures ana runner
delay the day when a general tax
cut may be poible.It also said
pay raisa for postal workers
would lead to demands for an ev even
en even more costly pay raise for an
additional one million civil service
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., July
(UP) Leo S. Jones, 30. picketed
his own home, protesting his
Jones paced up and down In
the street Thursday with an
arm load of peas, butterbeans,
cabbage and cantaloupe and a
sign reading, "Would you eat
Police who arrested Jones on a
drunk charge said he dumped
the vegetables In the street.
It SKI .1.
CAUGHT N THE CASBAH...
Let the people
Zone Would Have Had 6,000
Wuervliodv in Diablo. Albrook
AFB and Pedro Miguel who did
not take cover at the warbling
warning sounded through tne a-
nal Zone at 1:31 p.m. was theo theoretically
retically theoretically "killed" by initial radia
tion during yesterday's A bomb
About 80 per cent of the civilians
at Ft. Clayton "died" or were
The findings made by military
authorities of Caribbean Command
who in theory assumed charge of
directing all civilian and military
activities after a 100 KT atomic
weapon was supposedly detonated
at ground level on the west bank
of the Canal just north of Mira Mira-flores.
flores. Mira-flores. Miraflores locks were "destroy "destroyed"
ed" "destroyed" by the blast, and the bridge
went with them, it was found.
The lake between Miraflorts and
Pedro Miguel locks drained out
rapidlv to the Pacific. This creat
ed such a terrific current that
Thatcher Ferry at Balboa the
onlv remaining route to .Panama s
northwest Interior was put out
Four shiDs "caueht" in Miraflo
res locks and the lake were also
deemed "wrecked" in the reports
Three other vessels in Pedro Mi-
euel locks, or just clearing would
have been very seriously damag damaged
ed damaged and one of them might have
been sunk, had the blast been
The Miraflores filtration plant
was "wiped out," and the water
main brine treated water to Paci
fic side Zone communities ana
to the capital city of Panama was
- Thus the entire Pacific side
would have been out of water.
Acting Gov. Warner S. Rodimon,
in his final late roundup of dam damage,
age, damage, and of action taken to save
survivors and replace facilities,
said he believed repair forces
would have been able to bring
"raw water" into' the Balboa and
Panama areas in a day or two,
but that it would then have had
to be boiled for drinking purposes.
The Trans-Isthmian telephone
r.hle was "cut" and several of
the emergency diesel units now
tronpratine power in the Cocoli
and Miraflores area were "knockr
ed ou'" also. He thought the high
pOtoer transmission lines could re receive
ceive receive temporary repairs in about
three days; and that emergency
power of limited kind could have
been brought to Balboa within a
few hours after the blast.
In theory, there was total de destruction
struction destruction or severe damage to all
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1957
Out, M"af lores Lake and Bridge Gone, Ferry
f- mi s -isw
GROUND ZERO Col. Gines Perez, the Army Atlantic Com Commander,
mander, Commander, points out the area on the map where the simulated
atomic bomb was dropped in the Canal Zone yesterday, to. the
members of his emergency staff. Left to right, Lt. Col. John
Peyton, Lt. Col. Doy H. Carr and Olnes Perez.
structures and equipment to a
distance of 1,100 yards from
Ground Zero on the west bank
Moderate damage extended a dis
tance of 1,525 yards; and lighter
damage to 2.350 yards.
l(i huirJi'ti terms this meant
that at Mlrflort Lacks and vi vicinity
cinity vicinity 150 people were killed; 20
had serious' injuries, five, light
Injuries. At Ptdre Miguel LjcUr
a supposed 70 were killed, 20
seriously injured, and 10 lightly
injured, but requiring attention.
Exposed personnel receive third
degree (heavy) burns as far as
a mile from Ground Zero. First
and second degree burns were at
3,700 yards suffered by those who
did not take cover.
The outer hmit at which person
nel received damage due I) the
initial heat and blast was 5,100
yards (a little over two miles)
from Ground Zero.
Since the wind was coming from
the southeast at the minute of the
blast the allout was in theory
carried to the northwest, through
a lightly inhabited area, but graz grazing
ing grazing Paraiso to some extent.
The area of radiological fallout
was described by the military as
three miles wide and 17 miles
long. But the casualty-producing
fallout extended over an area 4.1
miles wide, and 30 miles long.
With a down-wind, the military
said, the limit of the casualty-producing
fallout extended for 40
miles. This would have carried it
across the Isthmus and out over
Some observers, however, consi considered
dered considered this estimated fallout exces excessive,
sive, excessive, for a bomb of yesterday's
But an unexpected turn of
wind reported while Rodimon
and his staff wore arsossing
damage, would have croatod a
country h afe Abraham Lincoln
now problem had the blast been
A rainsquall in mid Isthmus
caused a shift of wind wheh would
have brought the radioactive fall fallout
out fallout right back over Pacific com
munities and. Panama City.
j There was tome discussion of
the evacuation problems this would
have caused, since the ferry tnd
bridge were out, and the only a-
rea toward which the populace
could flee would be in the vicini
ty of Tocumen and Pacora.
Some fires were caused, it was
determined, in Cocoli and Los
Rios, which were spared the worst
damage. Ft. Clayton and Paraiso
would surely have been evacuat evacuated;
ed; evacuated; the first because of high de destruction;
struction; destruction; the second because of
Civilian casualties at Ft. Clay
ton, Corozal, Cocoli, Curundu and
AiDroox Ar u were estimated at
4,100 of which 80 per cent were
presumed to be "dead" or beyond
help. Another 1,112 would have
required emergency treatment,
and.400 others treatment.
About 1700 refugees from Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso would have boon evacuat evacuat-to
to evacuat-to Santa Crui as refugees. The
schools and warehouses would
have boon used as refugee cen centers.
ters. centers. Rodimon at first said he thought
it would take about six months
to repair Miraflores locks. This
estimate more or less held after
a later review.
But it was also estimated that
perhaps one lock lane could be
sufficiently repaired to give emer
gency service for ships in about
a month and a half or two
months. Service would be operat
ed in an emergency manner, he
said and if by then the United
States were involved: in a global
war, it would be on a priority ba
sis,- for only the most essential
, One of the techniques of re repairing
pairing repairing the locks would be the
installation of the. Intermediate
gates from Gatun and Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Lock at Miraflores. Refill Refilling
ing Refilling Miraflores Lake would be
Rationing of food in the com
missariea would be an automatic
step following an attack, Rodimon
said. :r.- ;
Canal Zone personnel had ex
actly 14 minutes vesterdav. be-
iween me i:u p.m. taKe cover
and 1:45 p.m. when, the guided
missile theoretically launched from
a auomaruie in me Racine was
Most vehicles stonned nr.
viously requested; and most peo people
ple people did ."take cover.' Sam
chiefly with Panama licenses, were
uu movmg near tne Border, and
auinc personnel near, the line ap apparently
parently apparently did, not know what was
civil uefense Director Philip
suc vucieu newsmen on tne test
which was given in a more realist
ic way man tnose in other years.
He has recently- returned from a
triP to the States to study newer
method and concepts.
Dade worked in conjunction with
Mai. Arthur Dodson. Diaxtsr rA..
trol Officer of the Caribbean Com Command,,
mand,, Command,, which directed the exer exercise
cise exercise on military posts,, and took
overall command after the "blast."
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, leouuB Slang!, hq
ongerrr Sent Into "contaminat-
"" triu.- ma anvwiv. inttsii k
accent is on getting litter:berers
iet oui inose who can e
aveu. . vj-
There It a tailr in nn rr
fonse for every resident of Hie
"" paao said. They need hum
volunteers to train far flrsf aid
and other duties.
.Thf.1,problem. evacuaUon of
iupuiauon wouio not be too seri serious
ous serious here, he heliou.rt ;n ........
to that of evacuating cities of sev several
eral several million people.
Medical and nursing skills -would
be fearfully short in the event of
a true emergency, he iri it i.
expected the facilities of Panama
j .t r. mniediately available;
and the Zone mioM r,n n 'k-nl
Costa Rica and Colombia for med medical
ical medical aid. i.
The terminal eiUe, of Panama
an.d Colon did not join in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's exercise. It had been mi mi-bally
bally mi-bally planned for them to do so;
but their organizations were not
At Gorgas Hospital yesterday it
was business as usual" during
the 20-minute alert exercise. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors and nurses went about their
regular tasxs, as they had been
instructed to do.
Some patients waiting in clinics
looked around- with wonderment
when the first siren sounded, an-
parenuy noi naving been aware of
tne impending civd defense exer exercise.
Said one nurse: "I guess the
best thing we can do at a time
like this is, to take care of our
sick instead of running off to some
Jungle Survival Trainees
Move Over To Ft Sherman
By PFC CLIFF HARDIE
With the 20th Infantry Regi Regiment's
ment's Regiment's new commanding officer,
Col. Robert W. Garrett and First
'Battalion commander Lt. Col.
Lloyd A. Brown standing slde slde-I
I slde-I by-side, the "First of Sykes
j rolled by the Fort Kobbe Com-1
I mlssary Thursday morning, on
its way to the Jungle warfare
! Training Center at Fort Sher
man for. five weeks of extensive
training .t one of the world's
only two centers the ether be-'
lng In Australia devoted exclu
slvely to teaching the art Of
comoat jungle survival., 4
. The convey crept b y-Ljeeps,
tracks and bases as each com company
pany company paid their respect to their
bow re rimes UI commander.
After the first two "seriaV
ha4 pawed Brewa boarded ft
jeep and left with his sneau. :
The trek across the Isthmus
to within rifle shot of Old Fort
San Lorenso. where three ten-
turies ago the pirates of Sir-
Henry Morgan went through'
their own brand of Jungle train-,
Health Bureau Warns
Loudly On Cigarrettes
WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP)-i
The J. SI'ublic Health service
ir its strongest statement yet on
the relationship of cigarettes to
cancer, said today there is grow
ing evidence that excessive smoK
ing Vis one ol the causative tac
tors in lunir cancer."
Surgeon General Leroy E.' Bur-
nev. a Pine smoker, said an an
alysis of 18 independent studies
has confirmed beyond reasonable
doubt that there is a high degree
of statistical association between
lung cancer and heavy and pro
longed cigarette smoxing.
While Burney did not say what
consti uted "excessive" smoking,
a Public Health Service spokes
man said anyone who smoked two
or more packs of cigarettes a day
would fall into that category,
"Adds Nothing New
Dr. Clarence Cook Little, chair
man of the Scientific Advisory
Board of the tobacco industry
research committee, took prompt
issue with the report. He said it
"adds nothing new to what has
been known about the causes of
Little said the report merely
"reflects the opinions of some
statisticians and the relatively
few experimental scientists who
have actively charged that cigar-.
ette smoking is a cause of lung
He said a $2,200,000 program of
grants set up by the tobacco in
dustry for independent research
on cancer causes "thus far has
produced no evidence that cigar
ette smoking or other tobacco use
contributes to the origin of lung
Burney- based his -statement on
a public Health service review, oi
a .report made by a "scientific
study group" which was set up in
June, 1955, to go into, the ques
v 25,000 Lives A Year,
i He, said fhe study vgroup con
cluded that luntr icancer. iwhich
take 25,000 hves a year in this
ountry eeeuri much morn fre
quently among cigarette, smokers
thin t among v non-smokers.": ; The
statement also said there was a
direct -relationship between the
wncidence of lune cancer and the
L1?"4 nokf , '.
f lnls weni vnarpiy ueyona me
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HCHIUI 9CI TV O 1,111 BMICUBVllL
that there was "some evidence of
a statistical association between
cigarette smoking and lung can cancer.
cer. cancer. 'V .. --.j
' The group reported that in lab
oratory studies on animals at
least five independent investiga
tors have produced ".malignancies
by tobacco, smoke condensates."
It aljo noted that biological
changes similar to. those which
take olace .in the vbeeinnine of
cancer have.' been observed in .the
lungs of heavy smokers.
Burney said the statement.
alone ith tuonlementarv -' data.
will be sent to state health offi official,
cial, official, and other person in health
professions. He said -this would
serve as "a further step in bring
ing the matter of smoking and
lung cancer to public attention,
Cave No Guidelines
The surgeon general- said the
service has "a responsibility to
bring health facts'7 to theiatten
tion ut the' public. However, the
report gave no guidelines- on how
to cut smoking or whether to stop
smnkin? cnlirely. ;
The service statement' limited
the lung- cancer "cause and : ef effect"
fect" effect" relationship to -cigarette
smokers. However,' a spokesman
said studies have shown that- pipe
and cjgar smokers are "not as
lng took most of the morning.
The rest of the day the men
spent settling Into their new
homes: barracks that wjll be
virtually deserted 1 during- much
of the cycle as they bulfil their
lean-to's and sling their poncho poncho-hammocks
hammocks poncho-hammocks In the deep- under under-rrewth
rrewth under-rrewth of the Panamanian Jun Jungle.
gle. Jungle. -- .-r .;- v
Meanwhile, the instructors at
the Jungle Warfare Trainirrg
Centep. made last-minute checks
of their Instructional" planar
Information gathered from the
Philippines to New Guinea- to
Guadalcanal during world War
n me experiences ; or -many
men svho fought in the jungle
lor years and survlvea-aiong
with the Utest miterieJ on Jun-
gle warfare gathered since then.!!
was prepared for these men of
Sykes Regulars, whose history
dates to the Junkle-less gulleys
: On Mondsv traJnlnr begins In
earnest. And. in the-five weeks;
ahead,, another battalion ef In-
fantrymen -will have learned the
art of Jungle surrivsi :
susceptible to lung cancer." He
said the 'same association'.!, has
not been noieo.
Tho statement also skipped over
tne question i iiitered cigarettes
A spokt&man conceded they 're
duce tho amount of smoke in
take.". But recent studies disclaim
"any great protection" 1 from r fil
lers, he added. ;
The report said that "at the
same time, it is clear that heavy
and prolonged cigarette smoking
is not the- only cause of lung
canee..'?; t .-"Lung
"Lung .-"Lung cancer occurs among non
smoker: Jt said, "and the inci
dence of lung cancer among vari
ous population, groups does not al
ways coincide with the amdunt of
cigarette smoking." Y
.j. ..,,..1..U:.;i :
"Differences Of Opinion"
.. While there are ."differences of
opinion ,in interpreting the data
on 'lung r cancer s, and t eisarettel
smoking." the Public Health Serv
ice aid, it feels "the weight- of
tne evidence is increasingly point
ing; in one Hirectionr That exces
sivemokinj is one of the causa
live f factors sin lung cancer." $:
The United States now has more
than 25,000 deaths each year from
lung cancer., How many of these
persona were, heavy smokers is
The service said more study is
needed to snow any statistical as-
sociation between smoking and
heart disease The study group
said there is "no convincing evi
dence" to date to indicate that
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smopiiK causes uenii uiseasu,
Cancer Society Report
. However, it took note of a re
port! by two American Cancer So
ciety pnicists. who found otherwise
In A tenort to ihe American Meo
icsl. Association list month, Drs,
E. C. Hammond and Daniel Horn
said there was. a "high associa
tion'-' between cigarette smoking
and a number ol diseases such as
coronary nnery msease aiiu. cn-
i Hammond..sn,d,Horn also found
a "very hiin slsociatjon" between
ptcarAtte imukine and nneumonia.
influenza and duodenal ulcer,
Burnev said "the precise factors
in cigarette 'Smoking which csn
cause lung cancer are not Known.
He said more research is need
ed to "identify and try to elim eliminate
inate eliminate these factors." He added
that the service also supports the
study group recommendation
"that more research is needed in into
to into the role ol air pollution and
other Actors which may also be
causes of. lung cancer in man,"
' CARBONDAtE, 111. (UP) The
manage of two newlyweds,
Wayne and. Janet William sr is all
washed up at the moment. The
young couple spend all their, extra
time skin diving in little Grasy
Lake for Janet's wedding ring
which she lost while swimming.
Spectacle of Spectacles!
1.M -1 Ml -12:45
. JAMES DEAN
GIANT will sot be exhi
bited at any ether theatre
PASSES : ARE NOT
4Z O O 0
WASHINGTON, lily 13 (TJP) (TJP)-President
President (TJP)-President Eisenhower has ordere
federal agencies to" -try to trim a
most two billion dollars from h
original budget requests for tl
current' fiscal 'yeajr it- was di
closed today. i t
Th directive,- which would shau
his oriRiiia'- $71,800000,000 pem
lng proposals to about : 70 billiq
dollars set on a new round i
tne battle ; ot the budget in Co
gresS. i 'i""
1 Speaker Sam Rayburn (TeJ
and other House Democrats coi
plained that their economy dri
earlier this year was resisted
administration officials, who co
tended no tig reductions were poi
sibie. 1 '
" Chaj-iran Clarence Cannon (H
Mo), ofv the House Appropriatioi
Committee tailed, off further hea
rings oy his group on the few r
maimnii a lui uuuauuiia uuiti. r
told the Houie 'there is no bas
on which to make appropriatioi
for th j 1 remainder ot the year
Eisenhower s economy order- h
been coins oul to government d
parlment. heads since late in Juij
wine lorm oi a icuer ;rom euai
et Director Percival F. Brundag
;!The agencief wptfr told that EI
senhower, wanted spending in n
cal 1858.: which began July I; he
"to the ex!.eni feasible" at or bl
i '., 1! -.'--A-" f : I
low ino penam6.,.jcie: ior. iist
1957." s ::,?:$. y-f
Exact expenditures last ye
are nit known vet but probab
totalled i a bout v7u billion dollad
, Three House appropriations su
com niltees were- in -! sessi
when the BrUndage letter came
light. ; They were considering a
ministration money-requests f
militai v consiruction. atomic end
gy and foreign aid. ; c
Taking their cue from Canncl
the eruups demanded that admil
istration witnesses reconcile thq
original requests witn. tne rre:
dent's latest order. When this w
not forthcoming, the three q
committees abruptly adjourned.
The presidential directive; if
airnmnlfchesv, its erfneral ,v go
ivmiM reverse the previous bud
etary outlook which depicted fd
rai anennine as kuiiix uu, u
down, j 1 -
Veathcr Or No
Thl weather report for th
i hours ending 8 a.m. today
;ls prepared hy the. Meteoroioi
ririi and Hvd rogr apni j
Branch of the Panama Can
,i i 11
finiY. mnh) NW-16
RAIN (inches) .08
WATER TEMP; ;
(inner harbors) 83
, SUNDAY, JULY 14
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