The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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U,W i'- ? 'n'l't,1 irV-'l '-m, "PANAMA, It. P., SATURDAY JULY 0, 1957 h& y V ' , WTBCPftjft
,i SSffi -i V Btrf Admits
Sash Pan v .s.k M- IMrrlveu DeTOtQ-
tIUJII IUM rvJ r' I V to his home at 11:30 last nifht, I J f
V.".' ICL- V 0.liJL liniprin, h. hMroom door. A .

' liik it .- i I bvniiiDO his whb were t 1 .. a ..

I 11 llllll U II II 11 A downstair, in their two-lew! S I ff ff' ff f v'

"r'"."f-":'--.-xal homo on' 50th. Street in Bella I pT T A M J TT f
1 Vista when the shots ranr out. I f tJjtlLMYS lFiw&tt
' ' Hesaidthey would have nn-l 1 I V VW I f ; I r f ' 'Sf f'W Vtf
1 doubtedlv been hit br thi I I V I.

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tONDON. July 20 (UP)-Russia

said today it. would not agree to
an American plan for a three three-stage
stage three-stage jnilitflry manpower reduc reduction
tion reduction if the West continued to insist
on prior Settlement oi internation,
al DOlitical moblems,- f

, Soviet delegate Valerian .Zoriii Aprista Party, left by air for Tal

10m ine uve-power uuuuuii uia-, rt tins monuns alter several aay

i-: m i ... r .... ? ..

armament conference we would

adkceot a trooo cut to 1,700,000 men

for tho, United States and Russia


, The British expressed dis dis-v
v dis-v appointment. The ,U.S. delegation

- was more optimistic

Authoritative sources said the

United States next week will sug

gest worldwide renunciation of the
. Intercontinental ballistic missile
as a weapon if the Russians will
agree to a foolproof control sys-

1 tern. ,. -i

The offer, would be. based on
prior Soviet acceptance and com-;
' phanc j with; the rest of the first
step disarmament plan now being

megotiatea. v
, -The object of missile-control.

personally (endorsed by President

tisennower, is to nait military ae

velopments -''of all objects

"propelled through outer space"
before earth satellite research
,' goes any further.
' ',.Presentation-tothe',U.N. Di-

. anarnentT'suocorii.iittc'--coiik-

v posed o the United States, Russia,

, Britain, France and Canada-

'would be theirst formal step to to-'
' to-' ward v missile control in, 10 years
- of disarmament talks.
' Zorin told the other delegates
today- that British Foreign Seere,
tary Selwyn Lloyd's -. suggestion
that technical working f r u p s
start now to plan; the types of

disarmament on which agreement
in principle, bud been reached was

prematures ? v-xch i

He disputed"- Lloyd'l statement

at the 1 session Wednesday that
' agreement had been reached on
some points. Zorin said there has

. been only

Victor Raul Haya' de la Torre, ter passages, he was asked how

tne tounaer ana leaaer or reru s, tms tied in with Peru s efforts to

nationalize for fishing purposes
large offshore areas of the pre presently
sently presently internationalized Pacific O-

cean. '

He replied that the fishing rights

in Panama. la

Torre was on his

ior uuKuimea oiaies uu nunsia. xvay home from Europe alter tour

oniy u tnervj were w ourums years in political exile.

Yesterday he conferred briefly! nerative basis

wnn rresiaeni Ernesto at 19 uuar
dia, Jr., and spoke on Latin Amer

ican problems at Panama University.-'
. During Haya de la Torre's sev several
eral several newt conferences, here, he
' reitorated under questioning the
lons-stancling -1 Aprista : principle
that important world waterway
: should have International status,
and should not be under the solo
control of any ent country.
; In' tnis category v he named the

Panama Canal, the Amazon. Riv

er and toe straits of Magellan.

Asked what he thought of -Nas

ser s seizure ot the. 8uez canal,

Haya de la Torre replied!
."It was wrong., It was -against
justice." s i i

lie -added that the present' Si

tuation in which Nasser mayat
nvv,mwitfltdecM v -f--k e c
through Suez and what doesn't v

a Daa ming. N s t

should be coordinated on. a


Asked w h a t arrangements

should be mad if the Panama
Canal were to become interna internationalized,
tionalized, internationalized, Haya said he believ believed
ed believed it should b turned over to
the Organization of American
States, with the United'" Nations
.guaranteeing freedom of transit.
He sajd he felt the United States

might well turn the Canal over to

the international body free and
clear of cost, as a good neighbor

gesture. k
Haya. also said he thought af after
ter after this was done Western Hemis

phere shipping should transit tolls

tree. -'
He emphasized throughout his
visit that he believed Latm Ameri America
ca America should be? coordinated into first

air economic and then a political

idential candidate Dr. Victor
F. Goy tia said that two ahota
from a shotgun were fired in into
to into his home at 11:30 last night,
splintering his bedroom door.
Goy tia and 'his wife were
' downstairs in their two-level
home on 50th Street in Bella
Vista when the shots rang out.
' He said they would have un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly been- hit by the
buckshots if they had been in
the- bedroom. The couple were
sitting with friends down downstairs,
stairs, downstairs, he said.
Earlier yesterday, J)rj Goy Goy-tia
tia Goy-tia met In the Panama jail
with Ruben Miro, accused
slayer, of ex-President Jos A.
emon. Goytia said Miro made
certain revelations to him
which will not' be disclosed un unless
less unless something' happens to Mi Miro
ro Miro before his trial.
- Today cluster of curiosity
seekers as well as some police
guard surrounded the Goytia
home. .' ".'..

PanCanal Gathering
To Be Held July 26
In TiYoIi Fern Room

AFTER THE INTERVIEW Kewsman Rlcardo Llnce of El


The aliened flnin nf PrtA a

Panama .America, Jorge Rammez of La Hora. and' Luis Noli m6n torJav ana'm mr,hHll TT,
of the Star & Herald leave the Carce Modelo as radio inter- on. T0 mPhatically denied any participation in

yiewer vjorge uarrasco toacs: to cameras rushes up ,tot hear ne jun. 1 733 Killing at the now-demo ihed Juan Frnnl

tu race iracK.

what happened,.

Air' Force Sergeant Egyptian Dailies

Say; Plot Favored
West At Suez

The 63-VMrld'frav. U return. X"li-ui.'

In connertioa with Java's stand tntf to Peru for the first Aorisri VS"', k. "V.V.'U

hn 'th irrtn.riA.l,..H- ..,. --..,. i. ...... r W1U WO ncia JIU7 uum

of wa-Lconeress in nine years.

To 'Single' Beauly

BALTIMORE, Md.: Juiv 20

(UP) ; An Air Force sergeant

stationed at Friendship internation international
al international Airport outside Baltimore said

yesterday he is the husband of

21-year-old Leona Gage,firsthos

en as miss u.a u

aft )M. G. Snnis?ith a


The,' thiri !ji I 'series t lnfor1-
m tmiUtrin'oml nhan tuw i em-

confederation -and that thw shouldjl'wf of the Canal brgani?aionJ;t

rV- ..j.,. ;'. V opportunity n-meei wv, n.., h. eiven thr. div

m1 li1

"relative agreement Jn
m fr '- IT'...

so far.

The 1 U.S. r rlan. bresented f bv

Harold Stassen,- called for cut cutting
ting cutting is the -armed forces of the
United.' States and the Soviet

union to 2,500,000. eacb at once,

oned Peruvian socialite, Gladys

Zender. 18. reigned today as the

most beautiful girl In the world

the first Latm to -win tne an-

miatMiss Universe pageant.

jn avenging Its defeat of last

year, the ('neglected" continent

then to 2,100,000 and finally : to .merlrerl wit.h an nnnreredenterl

1,700.000. 7:K ;t'jvictory,-'Peru and Brazil hold
Th final step would be depe n- tint and second place in the

vmv oa progress wwaro; solution contest.-. and ; another Latin

,lf0!cni?f5 reur,cau0Bf American nation, Cuba, winning
i,;i.f.lrth place., Europe was a: poor;

: r.t": 1-".. secona witn sngiana ana oer-

x,uuv,uvu meu wuuoui en conai- mn .ntiiHne' thlri ani) -fth
Vons..n accepted the W,000mfnJ

. .The United States had to fall

tu( of the- competition because
of the rule against "married

misses."- t '":'''' ':!

y Miss Zender, a graceful bru brunette,
nette, brunette, wept unashamedly last

night and had to borrow a

handkerchief from thenrrln thenrrln-ning
ning thenrrln-ning master ot ceremonies
when last yeais: Miss Unl Unl-Terse,
Terse, Unl-Terse, Carol Morris f Iowa,
presented her successdr with
a red satin cape and glittering
travn, v..: '. p--'.V
The : new .Miss. V n 1 v efM,

figure today but said it still must
be without conditions. ; -s
. fiassenv has rejected this -because
of tha- insecurity involved
-in slashing. forces,-while festering,
. political problems remain- un-

i : Lon ChaneyTactic
; 4 HOLLYWOOD,' July 20 (UP)'
Director Terence Tisher says he
did his best to terrify a many
- persons in firm audiences as pos-
' '. sible with "The Curse of Frank-!
: ensteln.'! "We chose our colors

very carefully so that even eol

Stately Peruvian Socialite
Wilis Miss "Universe1 Pageant
. tONO BEACH, Califs July 20, She has never been out on a
(UP) A stately, wellchaper-, date w only rwlth trrouos ol

friends and alwavs chaneroned

"Sh must always be accompa accompanied
nied accompanied oy her mother," her father.

cuuaruo, briu. i nave- not De Decided
cided Decided yet If she will accept this
tOur,.-'.;w.-,.-;.('i: y.;v, i..-
, Miss Universe happdly told re reporters
porters reporters backstage as her parents
watched with ; tears In f their
eyesr i'T.'--f';'T'V.o-,i

. if! rtalued I'd won before they
announced it because people
backstage gathered around me
for fear I would faint. i
"My head went spinning- and
I dldnt know If my feet were in
the air or on the 5 eround.- 1 1

thought Miss Braxll, would win."

she said through an Interpreter.

miss Brazil, xerezinha Gon

9 p.m. in the Fern Eoom of the

Tivolt Guest House ' ;
- The receptions are being arrang arranged
ed arranged by the Personnel Bureau Train Training
ing Training Office as part of aa orienta orientation
tion orientation urogram planned for new em.

ploy es during their first year on
the Isthmus.

Next Friday night three special

motion pictures on the Panama
Canal will be shown following.
Which a buffet will be served.

Approximately 75 new employes
and their families from both sides

of the Isthmus are expected to

attend-. wV-' t:


pas. Maj. Kenneth Grimes said

Ennis acknowledged -his marriage

to the young beauty who has in-

listed sne war single

He made the statement after a
check of his service record show

ed his marriage to r Marv Leona

Ennis. whose maiden name was

omitted, in Vernon, Tex.,. Feb. a,

i 1 .- r 1 .... :

r The sergeant's record further

shows he has two young sons, ag
ed 1 and 8.- !- .w-

"Yes, I am married to- Miss

Leona Gage," Ennis told repor


Hollyvocj J Whodunit' Drama Seen

As Dfc Sam Agrees To Take Lie Test

' if-'


" v hnr' Ai rtnA

........ f;, himself into thinking he had com-
i COLUMBUS. Ohio-July 20 (UP) mitted a slaying. , ;

The celebrated wife murder conJ Herbert said after a' visft 'with

At a press conference, reanrderl

in the h.sto.y,of the parcel Modelo, alleged trigger-man
f"?" M'Wid- x or seven" persons participated in :
the killing and that he arrived at the scene approximqteTy,
60 seconds before the shooting started V.V
However, Mird refused to give any names or to? dV
close any information which he said might lead to the'rev 1
opening of the investigation and further delay the date
or the trial. t ,!'','
Mir60lso dictated a prepared, Handwritten tta
ment (which he later aave. nn k.

the interview after it was c eared bf orison nurhAi.TV;-.

national control and u tt hange the Judge scheduled to preside over hi f ril 1
l.tlnn. riK (m. y..l.L.- ...I IJ! I VTCf fill Trial

.mriiwnom m,roj constdered more 'honorable XX'

fverity And faiowledgyf i
"9 Proverbial"
Miro added that he was wlil wlil-S!L'to
S!L'to wlil-S!L'to ""pnnce all. lnvesUga lnvesUga-tlons
tlons lnvesUga-tlons and sign all the documente
necessary so that his trial could
be held around th nA t

mnnfh :

CAIRO, Egypt, -July 20;'-(UPJ-4
The 14 form v .rmy officers add
civilians xharjied with plotting ;;to

overuirow Tn government or rr.s-

edlv nlanned' to ret

Canal to international

break off economic -relations with

Russia, it. was reported today.

the well iinformed newspaper

'Miro at: first sent

a. m "V MmV

ne would not come down to th

Aimissa saio me aneeea piouers ornce or Mai. Jose m Piniiin m.

appeareu w w mmrai recwr general oi tne Carcel Mo Mo-nghtist
nghtist Mo-nghtist movement favorable to delo, to be interviewed by the
the; west.. It-said, they planned tof,reM because he had been told
end Egypt's economic agreements that the interview would be held
with Czechoslovakia and Rusia, tomorrow an(, tQat h h d
and revoke Egyptian recognition,. th- ,JT.; -h,"

of Communist China. I At Piniiia'M rnMf tKof

,1 :"nh"J ... .. notify the newsmen of his de-

ii sua ine eucKea vim .u M,inn r w,-u

fEm Vnrrppa'ren' 'in The
uJi ct health; finally accompa accompa-?.u"e;nu!
?.u"e;nu! accompa-?.u"e;nu! "tenant into Plnilla's

that thrcruciaTTontactV f.J:

viction of Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard

the military and political leadersJ

involved in the conspiracy auegeo.;

1v were made in November our

ing the invanion of Egypt by Is

rael, Bntam ana ranee v ?

Observers said a formal indict

ment against, the 14 men .was-, ex-

nprtr-d shortly. They said that it

He declared that he had not

intended to make any state statements
ments statements today, but seeing the
newsmen ho had changed his
mind. i
Taking two sheets of paper
from his pocket. Miro read his

statement slowly while the seven


Sheppard that- the osteopath- had sasinatt Nasser and his cabinet

and take oyer tne government.
I. tk. nh-rinrr.said 14 men seem

d a small number "in view ol

what they ,-allegedly planned to do.

was reopened with all the drama

of a

with the announcement he will be
given' a lie' detector test aa a re

nnrt In nmn.flf.nn !.,. r0"a gang- uiuye.

ono in tne competition. A large
part of the 4,000 spectators In

the Long Beach municipal audi

torium naa exnected Gerti

Daub, of Germany, to take first ,Z:r ,7 i ..'.v,.' luu 7.iTr;iI

.c.v.c. ijuk nm

looked at a photograph of Wedler

Hollywood "whodunit today and told him the i man's general

appearance "strixes sort ou a
vague recollection..' r ij l i

Wedler signed a murder eonfea-j

sion Monday. He took a prelim

The cast of characters of this

real-lif drama Included mystery, insry lie detector test Wednesday

writer Erie-, Stanley Gardner, and a second test yesterday; Alex

weu as an attorney wno. nas not oregory, a ue aeiecior experi,,

Hh kir that Unvrnar at tha atate trtith "or whit ho kelieva In be

After-the Curtain jrang d0Wri, (nhi. .n1 lh. anthoriliM who tha-truth" about the Sheooarrf

Miss Germany burst Into tears, z cu."..j .i .n i .:.

I want to to home I am. k. 'i. a.u- i : ri.i.. it.

B.JC waucu. I


A ew trial for. Sheppard may would recommend a psychiatric

thing and get scared, he said. tlon.

- p

dauehter of 1 a1, wealthy Limai Third elace winner w Miss'"'"" l-Zr'YVZi-ZZrZ. 'STT'

' -v. w...: 7 .. ... De muEni a result w uie wuir vesv ior neujcr.

- DKDcr Knifia.nn. mnnia Hamilton, ya. nr., j ..r i.n .w-. t :

or-bllnd people would see ev.ry-.reared in the old Spanlsh tralLondon7whlle Miss CubaT MayU vin" TZJSL IwfZ ,.h v u.7ha .. w S oUnceoV

came In fourth, .r ,-.
'Miss Zender" uncle, Jacob
Zender, is the; Secretary of
Agriculture ef Pern. She grad-
, sated x from fashionabio
womans' finishing school in
Lima and now is taking; post-

person to confess the fchep- trutn, Herbert said. 1 nas told

pard slaying.' Sheppard'e attorney some things in jail Bows in Flori- ;x communique reported no
said there also is a possibility a da that never were published in damage in the seven-minute bom bom-murder
murder bom-murder charge will be filed the newspapers. t . baidment.

againsv the riortda; convict. '"' ; "-'"i t
i Sheppard, who is serviag a life, m" M f .,
m e j i aW mm 1


of his pregnant

their fashionable suburban Cleve

atiii was not known whether police, newsmen took notes

havearresttd all' the persons ;.ia- ;;H; iecfred tliat he had been

volved in the auegeo piaa va a- .war- or ,om. tlm. u.

farce of a trial was being pre prepared
pared prepared for n" presided over by
Judge Vitelio de Gracia," in
which we would all be convicted
in order to Justify the infamy

that was1 committed against Jose

Ramon Guizado." When a news

man oueioned whether he

meant "me"' or "he," Miro in insisted
sisted insisted that he was speaking- In
the plural.

fie said if President do -la

Guardia t"honestly wanted Jus

tice .to-, be done and the truth to
com out, I invite him to. recom

mend .a. the temporary transfer
of Justice Carlos Guevara to the

position now occupied by Justice

tnat tne

Red Chinese Bombs

Hit Quemoy Island

-TAIPEI,' rormoss July: 20 ,(UP)
Communist Chinese coast artil

lery bombarded the Nationalist

offshore island .oi ueraoy. wiia

2S shells tonight, the Defense Mm

didn't think President d 1
Guardia would dare to do lt. v
waase the sslns ot Prest! ;
7 f1".011 vmld Mt uw tint
w do it, because they know fcat
JUSUce Guevara. niumtli..'

bought." s,VT
It was. ater he had Wad! ;
rtatement that under, questkai
ing Miro reiterated his lnnocere -and
declared that he had not
lng whatsoever t. rin. mMtw i

assasinatlon.. i 'T.
Later after dlcUting; a eecc l
statement to the -newsmen
said he was driven to the see i
of the crime by Alfonso HWun
and arrived Just "sixty second
before" the shooting started.
The fortylsh Panamanian 'ati
torney. who has been in -fv,

Carcel Modelo since Jan. 1055,
said he had witnesses to prov
that he was in Cathedral Plaxav
ft 7:20 p.m. on the-night Presw

jaeni xtemon was killed. He dd;
ed that if he had hart nvt.hin

to do with the plot he would :

nave remained in the plasat tl
order to establish a perfect 2 i.
' Miro said he learned of ,t
plot' to' Overthrew Remon iuv
probably kill him early In
cember 1954, just as he had W
1945 learned of, and averted, a -plot
to kill President Rlcardo -Adolf
o d la Guardia on tht

uiuiinug oi aptu so, and or a,

iS-j m Sded ti bviplat 10 tusault tt Colon PbUci BTLSUtion.the,same year. : -ri'.

man ol the moral stature of Jus

tlce. Ouf vara, whose honorablli-

SrSll1 Much UnahswetiJ In Ugly Sheppard Murder

daughter is "typical of Peruvian

beauty." She swims, water skis
and plays volley ball. V !- : i
"I am the happiest man In the
universe, certainly the proudest

father, he said.


NEW YORK (UPV-On this date

ftvf uiiE rcutn lit unit,


, m uivi i we wait aivs bw s wviiis1
n.1?8: rJ TJ '1 death in a Cleveland suburb the Marilyn Sheppard.

" .-'4'? -" ' '(KEA Telephoto) ;
, Dir. f ALK HONORED TN ITALT Dr. Jonas Salk (left!, dis of the anti-polio vaccine, is presented with an hon honorary
orary honorary degree by Professor Gusardo Of the University of Turin,
Italy. The degree was awarded in acknowl-deement of Balk's
achievement m the medical fieid.

ru and all of south America."

Miss Universe also was aecom aecom-nanied
nanied aecom-nanied to Lone Beach. by her

mother, Rosa. The Zender f ami-.

ly will visit a Peruvian festival

lie detector tests throughout in

vestigation of tne murder.

But today be requested and was of Bay Village, Ohio,'- a country-

grantea permission to submit u ciubbuM Uwa snuggling against
the same, kind of test fives) the; Lake Erie west of Cleveland, was

maa wno tora Peunoxrasx an-shaken wild horror and suspicion

ately pointed oiit that his was the
25th "confession" to the bludgeon
murder. All have turned out to be

phoneys, and Cleveland police be

ueve tms latest one is aiso.

the judge said, and pronounced

But lust between you and me sentence. Dr. Sam was led away

and several million ether tr-i te jail.

thorities that be beat a wemaa :e in th. two-week-oid murder of, ested parties, what m.d. the! Many witnesses had testified

n't perform this crime." He laid
heavy stress on the word "could-

B i. a-a rtM Amw.m V. JJ

The Jury has found otherwUerk 'rX 'r'

Miro declared that heT''
word of the plot to the ith., i
commandant of the Natioi t
Guard,. Tlmoteo MelendeaT-f t
a coup was being planned1 for1
around Christmas time 1954. He
said he sent word through Mrs.
Ana Teresa Cordones who was

good friend of Melendez...

day Marily f Sheppard died and It was a particularly ugly slay4 about m u r d e r in a generation his temper, from child boo d

y wm viBis a rnuw. Wedler, 23, appeared to fit Du"
la -Ben rrarfc c's.m's general descrrptioit f the
InNew York and Washington .. J iBiruT bf bttii

befors returning


to Lima- Aug.

British Archbishop
To Attend Meeting

Of Churches In US!

the World Council of Churches in
the United States July 29."it Was

announced xesterdiy.

knocked. out a mat 5a the same ing. Aa the last of three proseca-

house. - i tors whw poke to the jury the
The florida eomlct. Joseph wxt winter said: "If a burglar,

Dijoia ao n. war ua ne xana mere

ana peuna . ana pound ... and

pound at ner bead i

..rif.ti ri,mt w' i-ii ine lury went trpstairs to a

to in bar h-rf. Sh.nn.ri aiao not and deliberated for

has mainUUed he wn 'knocked 7RL. h
out -by the intruder-and suffered. Ln,rPH yv,nt. V ,.h.
a neck injury. He we a brace on 2.Elh? .5
hi, k for a few day. the' "5
softer.'- repoWd the Preserving human

siaying inai crugs were missing vw lmr;.r wr

luMW- July ZO L.r-) rrora mi meaicai in. suinonues i rior,,!. i.a that th

The Archbishop of Canterbury. I said Wedler was .a sddict. Sbetie ef tha Khrmtard nnrdii h

Dr. Geofr.y Fisher, will attend! pard's attorney, IX Cov. Paul M-'beat "a woman' ia a Oevelaod
a central committee meeting: of! Herbert, said this was "especiallr' badranm with a nun of in

significant'" to the defense shicied a ma. oa the stsirv, and
prosecution officials Mid a sr- threw the weapon in the lake.

colics addict was iuti u eeluO1 Qevelaad authorities immedk

Sheppard case

ed, he met Rodolfo de StHala

(who is also being held ln-een-(
nection with ,- the assasinatlon)
and told him of the plot so tht

the most talked- they never saw the doctor lose;he wodwara the. then rir t.

1 itc-r veiuciur u liuauth al I t
time, he said, St. Malo appearei
to be quite sober,- but -since-the
two of them have been iaier
arrest and during-their faceto
face meetings, he has arrived at
the conclusion that St. Malo was
' (Ontlnned page ) .'

were the elements ot cumm-i urouga mannooa. um

atani-a anil 4 uiht. nlut tha doc. teatified v he once saw Dr. Sam

tor's proves -sexy didoes a way I spank his child so unmercifully

from home,. that he; the relative, protested and
Tha .vimm that MtnvirtMt tfca left the room N Asked about this

doctor was largely cn-cumstan- on the stand J Dr. Sam said "I
tiaU those.' of us in. the press gave the boy a, tew .licks across,

wh. aUended the long trial feel a' the backside." 1
storm ef intetest every time a sewi Msrilyii Sheppard .died with 35

penoa steps forward wna tne

queer claim that it was indeed

he,' and not Dr. Sam. who did tt.
After (IL the possibility exists.
Four dav. before Christmas,

1954, J)r. Sheppard stood before

in Kiel log swung inwov vt
face the jury which only a few
minutes earner had convicted him
and decreed life sentence. Eye Eyebrows
brows Eyebrows err bed high stop bis boy boyish
ish boyish face, he told them: "I am not
ruiltv. And I feel there has bee.

proof presented . thaUl eould-

wounds, IS f them blows above

the eyes ; and ean tnat cracxeo
her skull ia a crisscross of frac fractures,.
tures,. fractures,. i 4 i f i v, ...- -j-

VZitZZ iZ do nnderstood their hand
tleraen, a burglar Just doesat do

Obedient Mara
Chicago- police wish everyb r

tra i

lie men, a uurgiar just omi t ,, fv-,,.
those thins." the prosecutor told; d11 well as cnria.
theurv!'' preV 7" Christine, a Junk wtgon m
Dorft n. I doet know, t-e f f0? 'A
tnn that what make, the Shep Thursday after low-f.j.f

pard cat a continuing fascine- PUn. startled h.Tro prjfe prjfe-tH
tH prjfe-tH for me can be wrapped op U men saw the clattering n.
one ejuettioe; What is a reason- tine comrnf and moUcjnei t-J
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i c.h.r t am tint a fit nerson to enter Into the El Panama

hissle, mi go there so Infrequently. I find the place much too

' expensive ior my uiukq purse.
T t,!:. .hn,h t rion't Uva on Snob Hill. I have several weil-

tOHlo Menda in the States, most of whom have visited here from
time to time. I am thinking of one In particular, a businessman

to whom money means uiwe oecauae ue mw ouuu k
u. ok., ot lens on a awlnor a vear throuKh Central ana

South America which Is In the nature of a combined business
i....T-- trin inr ha uimallv takes his wife along. Botn

last feat and this, he made the Hotel El Panama his headqui
'mi. -if. lovea fai wim. and the pool is fmehe ay. But

Nxt vear he will be staying at the international pool or no

pool. His reasons? Well, one-was mai an nougn n wuji u

ir-conditionea suite ne was iauciea vj

He had no lault to find with the bar, because he always

Buys eld bonded stuff paying extra, oi cumae. v
rf,tirr hat nut ha daciarea that the oualltv of the food

ndithe service generaUy has deteriorated noticably over the
past 12 months. ...
I i wouldn't know about that, but r have considerable respect

for Jus judgment.



Have you ever had to make a trip to the American Legion
Club Try It sometime. If you can get by the Marine at the
atej' you enter Into an area that must be similar to the Iron
,Uryurn right at Van Hook Road and Into Coconut Street, which

t t. rvimmaTKier at house No. 1 aits in a lawn chair taking

.nWxra of ears going toomlng along at 11 or. 13 miles per hour

Tl tm fv,. nPTt thra hoiucM. houslna six families, avy cnieis

J turning In numbers and they glare at you as much as to say

- those dirty civilians, unuarcn nouer at you, ua uo --fjve-
the well known sign

Yet Yacni uiud memijcrs are yuwiig hicbc dm"c ''v"
out from under the steel moving ramp, the Commander's tot ln ln-Jude4.
Jude4. ln-Jude4. Not satisfied with 10 miles per hour, they make you go
tuong in second gear.
! Now there Is a sailor stationed with a truck checking every every-nody.
nody. every-nody. I am writing to my Congressman to fnd out if we have
m Abundant chiefs and commanders. I would suggest a cut,
or put them to sea. Also I would like to know where the funds
for the swimming pool ior that handful of people came from.
IMfJ It come from the same place the officer's club, which Is now
the American Legion Club, funds came from?

U I also was going to suggest putting tne Marine ine u
4d the soldier at the entrance, but then you would be able to

t In and wouldn't be aoie to get out. uoa nup u:

Did anybody think of siaewaias ana a c runaway
Some Fua

Having been warned twice of exceeding the 10 MPH limit at
the entrance to the Balboa Yacht Club through the Navy, I am
vpiy careful now not to exceed that limit so imagine my sur surprise
prise surprise this morning when a blue car, license plate number 216,
sped In front of me and turned into the first house on the right
In that sacred area at a speed of at least 25 MPH.
Does the speed limit only apply to outsiders entering their
tool? ianri? On would think that thev who are so speed con

scious would be the first to set a good example. Personally I

Klfcwe that there are equally as many cmwren an over oiu,
nd we do not find It necessary to travel at 10 MPH for their

. Our children ara tauabt to respect trauic m me strn aw

. tha they wui be prepared to live saieiy later on in tne uw.
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No greater love hath any man

man John l. Lewis for an unoo-

pular position from which he can
duel against heavy odds. And re recently,
cently, recently, when he sallied forth in

public to fight any new Federal

anu-raciceteenng laws, he came
heavily armored with rehearsed

barbs from the classics. Lewis

quoted from Charles Evans Hugh

es, xnoinas Macauiay,' naipn wai wai-do
do wai-do Emerson and Abraham Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to prove that free men can
rid thtmselvi-s of evil ones.
Well, with malice towards none,
I quote from Virgil Peterson, head
of the crusading Chicago Anti -Crime
Committee, to prove that
John Lewis knows his clstsics bet better
ter better than he knows some of the
modern labor business. Mr. Pe

terson not toe long ago wrote a
report on Chicago crime, and in
its labor section referred' to one

fellow who'leads a small union of

some 3,500 members.

This fellow, Angela Incis ran
the union's welfare fund and
exprimenred in distributing
theusaiMl dollar diamond ring to
his friends and in paying for
trips to gambling spas for relax relaxation
ation relaxation from the burdens if count counting
ing counting so much, money. Hero is what
Virgil Peterson says:
"Among various Chicago charac

ters who received wide publicity

because of labor racketeering

charges were Angelo Inciso and

Joseph Glimco (a Teamster offi

cial), both of whom are associates

of the Capone Syndicate bosa To

ny Accarao. in fact, inciso ana

Glimco have been included among

tne. guests at Accardo s lavish

Fourth of July party which he

gives annually at his River f orest.

ill., estate.

..In recent years union health

and welfare lunds have been nar-

ticularly lucrative sources of cor

ruption... u i evident that the op

portunities for corruption are en

ormous whenever a racketeer

holds a union position which gives

him control over health and wel welfare
fare welfare funds. And many racketeers

have tho most of their opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities ... Inciso was also chairman
of the board of the American Con

tinental Insurance Co. which car

ried welfare insurance on the u u-nion's
nion's u-nion's 3,500 members..."
It may not be fair to select
Brother Inciso and his rings
as au exampie when others have
looted welfare funds for upward
of a million dollars a grab. But
the point is made that John L.
Lewis' classical gallantry would
fit him better if he strode into the
field and saw the futility of some
rank-and-filers tilting at ruby en-
Grunted windmill.

. signed at being driven out of the

" u, ,BW theatre by them. A pisy is not a
there need be no fuss. But this foobsll game and failure is not

weixare ana. pension luna ueia nas

its uieves and is too gigantic to
leave unguarded by Federal laws.

These words, "Welfare and pen.
sion funds" are too miserly in
their description. They are the
staffs en which 75,000,000 poo
. plo loan re tupport during old
et, illness, accident, and a
thousand tragic memento which
come whan a meagre bank ac account
count account runs dry while a broken
log is being setter a hospital bod
is needed.
There are over $40,000,000,000 In
the 500,000 or more such funds a
round the country. They increase

at an annual rate of $7,000,000,000j

Little more than $2,000,000,000 is

paid out. This means a steady rise

of some S5.000.000.000 a year or

within a decade there will be al almost
most almost $100,000,000,000 in these funds.
Never before hss there been
such an accumulation of private

money. Already the weiiare and

nension cools are far deeper than

the government's Social Security

bundle of 122,000,000,000.
Obviously it no longer Is s ques
Hon of merely protecting them a
aainst the looters of the future.

This money means power and

somewhere I resd in our much pro

tected constitution that mere
should be a system of checks and

But there will be .no new laws,
regardless of the current Senate
hearings and discussions. There is
too much hair-splitting of the is issue.
sue. issue. Lewis wsnts no Isws. Most of

labor is against sny Federal law
which would punish embezzlement

or fraud in the handling of these

- This Is not to Insinuote
that labor's national leadership
is far protoctien of the am ban ban-lers.
lers. ban-lers. It merely is a principled
position in opposition to the
White House's bill for rogulatiea
of such funds which colls for up
to 55,001 in fines end five yeers
in the pen tor emkexx lament. It
is not now a Psdorel crime te

steal from such funds The
states should punish ouch theft.
They have the power, say the
union chiefs.

These men want no Federal anti-embezzlement
laws because the
national union leadership believes
this win lead to national regula regulation
tion regulation of unions eventually. So they
ssv let's have a law which makes

it mind story for all funds to pub

lish ail then data, men ua ctooes
will be exposed. They msy be
ritht But there's as awful lot

of money ana heartache at stake

if they aren't.

fit I W f





In the history of warfare not

many strugges have exceeded the

ferocity existing between critics
and their victims. The intensity

of the antagonism was graphical

ly exempiaieo by lrwm bbaw's

kuuuwi axlci uia yiaj. ami?
Assassins," was shot down by the
aisli-assassins. The playwright's

guided missile: "It would be ridu-

culous for me to pretend that I

am free from bias as I write a-

bout the critics. I know that it
would be considered more sport sporting
ing sporting to treat the critics with a
kind of amused resignatidn. But I
do not feel sporting about the cri

tics, nor do 1 feel amuseq or re-

forgotten by Monday morning,

Fsilurj in the theatre is a warp warping,
ing, warping, sickening thing, and I would

no more thinic 01 sitting down to

dinner with certain of the critics
on the New York papers than I
would think of breaking bread
with the master of Buchenwald."
By way of contrast, there's Eth Ethel
el Ethel Mermen's phjlosphic detach detachment.
ment. detachment. The star says: "The way
I look at reviews, if they're good,
they're good, and if they're bad,
they're bad. All a performer has
to care about is whether she
knows inside herself that she's

done s good Job. You can t make

a critic praise you by wanting

him to."

Miss Marman't attitude to cri

ticism is uncommon, of course.

Not msny have her sunny sereni

ty. The object of criticism usual

ly develops alarming symptoms
not unlike those which require
psychiatric therapy. They range
from extreme hysteria to over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming fear. ..Despite his ex experience
perience experience and success George S.

Kaufman accepts the ordeal with
all the repose of. a child taking

medicine. .. .Kaufman has logical

ly argued that the only way to

survive is to take a general anes

thetic. He explained the practical

value of the suggestion: "You can
have your appendix taken out, your

teeth fixed and the play open at

the same time. Thea stay quiet
for several dayf after reading! the
reviews" r
reviews. 4, ... yk
Jed Harris supreme gill or the
eloquent rage of Irwin Shaw are
the most common tactics when
engaged in skirmishes with re reviewers.
viewers. reviewers. A more sophisticated e e-ven
ven e-ven chi-chi annroach in dealing

with the oroblem is best illustrat

ed by Cole Porter. The songsmith
disdains the idea of reading re

views personally. He drafts his
valet for the perilous,, chore. The

moraine after the opening, nigni,

the valet awakens sorter, tie men
nods to signify a hit or shakes
bis head to denote a flop.

About 1 a.m. in. Sardi'e the

marnlna after a Dromforo the com

muniques ere reflected in mo up-

tightening or smiling races or ina
combatants. At that fetal hour the
morning paper reviews ere read.
There is either olestion of despair.
After Susan Strssborg clicked in
"The Diary of Anno Prank" she
confided! "In my perfect day-

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161 lpAWtHil;fixiX&

dream, I Imegined e review like
the one Brooks Arklhson did write.

I was nervous waiting for. it, be

cause rve seen gay. parties turn
into funerals after the .reviews

came out.", -4,

Attheugh It is probably a icon-

iroversiar statement,' we will here hereby
by hereby record that critics have human
qualities. Some even have hearts.
Reviewer Robert Coleman, for ex example.
ample. example. He has -humbly confessed
"to being most unhappy" after be being
ing being compelled to roast a show. -.

Since critics have some similari

ties witn tne human animal they
have certain 'peeves and peta' .Al .Alfred
fred .Alfred Lant and Lyna Fontanne have
always enchanted critics. L .Some

years ago Philip Barry -and Rob Robert
ert Robert E. Sherwood were shop-talking.
Barry complained that while his

comedies were generally welcom

ed with raves his serious dramas

were invariably scorned by critics.
Sherwood, who created click com comedies
edies comedies as well as successful high

dramas, then explained his secret.
"It's easy," he ssid. "When I
write a serious play I get Lynn
and Alfred to play the leads."
Disarmament rsrely gains the

support of critics. Always well-

armed, they seldom cease firing.
When the ts roots are net slavs.

playwrights or producers, critics

will happily snipe at each other
of blast dasd critics. John Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, the sharpshooter, recently

aimed this one: "I've been reed reeding
ing reeding the eld critics lately en vari various
ous various bits of research end em con

vinced of those thlnost Today's

crincs (some or roam J ere much

setter writers. They ere more ob
iective, thus less prejudiced."

Another cannibalistic battle In'

volved critic Wolcott- Gibbs and

George Jean Nathan. Gibbs ehtl

lenged the other members of the

firing squad by writing "Season

in the Sun." Nathan expressed en.

thusiasm but with certain qua qualifications.'
lifications.' qualifications.' Nathan thea recalled

that when Gibbs reviewed one of

his books he had stressed his de

ficiencies as a critic. Whereuoon

Nathan concluded with a typical
thrust: "When I reoort favorably

on this bounder's play, it may be

tnai ne is right ana that, as -a
critic, I have all the shortcomings
he says I have."

The strife has Its comic aspects,
too. .In the theatre where the
unusual ia usual and the unique

is common the following elsssic

nas a certain pnceiess rarity. Be Because
cause Because John Barrymore is the only

performer who ever reprimanded

a critic for t rave notice. After
reading Percy Hammond's approv

ing review John wrote aim: "I'm

glad you liked my -performance.

but I wish you Wouldn't write a a-bout
bout a-bout me as though we were mar


Incidentally, whea Mr. Ham

mond recieved thank you notes

from players he invariably repli replied:
ed: replied: "It isn't accessary to thank

mo for 1 good notice. I want to1

think you for giving me a good
tome." x
ft has boon said that the
strength of criticism lies ia the
weakness of the thing criticized.
Reviewers, however, art fallible.
And there have beea times whea
they told angels to go-te-helL .
blasted by London's reviewers. "In "Inert"
ert" "Inert" and "horrible" were some

of the words used to attack. The

Master. ..Gershwin's "Rhspsody

ia Blue" made aa indifferent im

pression ta reviewers. Several dis

missed s as so-oe sd one acorn acorn-el
el acorn-el it ss "trite, feeble aid vonen vonen-tional".
tional". vonen-tional". ."Rhapsody in Blue"

made Gershwin aa immortal. And
not even Charles Van Dorea could
now recall the aames of George

Gershwin's etitiea.

Critics have beea called every

thing from fatheads to members
of the Jukes family. Years sja,

WASHINGTON .Some weeks

before he left Moscow. Ambassa

dor Chip Bohlen reported deep deep-rotted
rotted deep-rotted churning inside Russia. He
connected this with industry and

domestic economy,, predicted that
because of this inner turmoil there

was no danger of war with Rus

sia for many years to come.
In another report, Bohlen ex

pressed the. conviction that the

Russian people tied become so
sold on peace that it would toko
intensive propaganda for; their
leaders in the Kremlin to con convert
vert convert them to wer. He also ex

pressed the view that the lead lead-ore
ore lead-ore in the Kremlin were con-:
vlnced modern war would be so
suicidal to both sides that ne

one would win; ; therefore Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's future lay in a peeceful
though vigorous struggle te con control
trol control men's mids. -.-'v -.,
These reports had already been

used by Harold Stassen as a

guidepost for his arms talks, were
one reason Stassen has believed

the Russieds rc ready for a een-

uine arms agreement. .. v

me reports are now being re

viewed further in the light of the
Kremlin crisis. Net conclusions:
That deep trouble is" stirrinu in

side, Russia, that the Russian Peo

ple as well as the satellites must
be given the alternative of more
freedom or else strict Stalinist
suppression; that the more-freedom
school has won out.

Congressman John J. Rhodes
(R., Ariz.) hss run afoul of an
unwritten rule of the House of

Representatives whereby Con.

gressmen refrain from criticizing

tne porx jarrei projects 01 leilow
members, especially when they are
from different states. ;

Rhodes took the unusual step of

wi ilium circular leiier 10 mem

bers of the House Interior Com

mlttee, .asking them to vote

gainst a $32,220,000 litigation pro!

ect in the district of Rep. O. C.
Fisher (D., Tex.). ;

The Arizona lawmaker called
Fisher's bill a "thinly diseulsed

municipal water project" for the
city of San Angelo, and claimed
it was not a proper assiimment

ior tne Bureau of Reclamations

Naturally this did. not please

congressman risner. When word

of Rhodes' letter reached him. ha

did some quiet checking, then sent

otur abetter or his own.

"An examination reveals." wrnta

tne congresmin from Texas, 'that

mr. nnouei anBinnn, ara ira.

iv 'a "rehash, of textimnn i.n

b7i1m'owttttts.s'hi-lag' ewer

cprcssea any ODDOsltlon fa mir

project-a'Mr. Clyin McGowan,

wuuse oruuer is Mr. unoaes sec
retsry. s
"Th Mewn opposition was
based upon the feet that some
of. the land which will bo taken
for the lakesito is owned by tht
McGowan family.",


U.S. diplomats have been stung
at A M-Pf- am .ill 1 an . 0

uncu, eituer or mcuarthy m m-vesUgaUons
vesUgaUons m-vesUgaUons or by the changable
Kremlin, that thev ar Tt in

hesitant about expressing public

vpuiuiaiu amui our iuture reia-

uons witn Kussia.
However, if, as seems almost

certain, tne current Kremlin fer

they were involved in duels. Ac

tresses nsve slapped them. Ben
Hecht publicly announced in verse
that they "sth'nk." Thev have hen

barred from theatres and kicked.

nut critics have never surrei

oerea. The war continues.,, .As
G. B. Shaw cracked: "A critic is

one who leaves no turn unstoned"

.Percy Hammond, a Ions? aco

cnuc, aavuea actors: "Never take

praise from those you wouldn't ac

cept as critics". .Critic Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Woolicott's merciless observa observation:
tion: observation: "Actors would rather get de deceitful
ceitful deceitful flattery than honest criti criticism."
cism." criticism." : .,- -TV :

tnent stems from a stirring of tht
Russian people, then this presents
, Eisenhower pointed out at tht
United States. 1'
(The opportunity is to win clos closer
er closer friendship with the Russian' peo people,
ple, people, t ,'t
r As this writer has' frequently
emphasized, and as President ::
Eisenhower pointed out'
Geneva summit cenferencei the'
best guarantee against war! is
friendship among people.'
Fof years the United States has
not worried about war with Eng England,
land, England, France, or Canada for the
simple reason -that our peoples 1
have too much common ; sense,
plus friendsh'p to make war. They

; understand each other. But tht

hurdie of different -political sys systems,
tems, systems, different language, plus tht
Iron Curtain, has made friendship
with the Russian people difficult.
; Likewise the Soviet system of
dictatorship was built for speedy
decisions for war or peace with without
out without consulting the people. With no

uree press, no free churches, no

tree radio, there were no brakes
on the Kremlin's ability to de

clare -war anytime it wished.'
Today;, however, there is a stir-
ring inside Russia and a golden
nniMirtiinif v fur in (ntunsivt rom.

paign for people-to-people "friend "friendship.
ship. "friendship. tyf- .i. j s
; When Nikita Khrushchev propos proposed
ed proposed on CBS that we lower the A A-merican
merican A-merican Iron Curtain, the only
man who too him up vigorously
was Sen. Lynuon Johnsomof Tex Texas,
as, Texas, who got slightly slapped for
his pains by John Foster Dulles J

Since then six steel experts and
six health experts from tne U.S.A.
and the U.S.S.R. will visit each
other's enunlrv. That, however, ia

not people-to people friendship. A

imai vi iwcmy-iour people visiung iT
two ccuntrifek of 166,000,000 and A

ZUU oon.nnn rtsDeetivelv is not en. 1

tux iv win many jrienus. it so-

in M tM k. A 1 1 lr A ..LLI.

AtlS W VC aaaVV UlULfLtUIX yVUUlfa r
into the ocean. It won't eaose a
United States, Is my opi opinion,
nion, opinion, has e political-economic

cultural system thet we should
show off to the world. Yet the
State Department seems ef reid
to lot'cuople come over here te ,;
see it.
- Perhaps Senator Johnson should
ronrtnrt, an investtfffltinn nt tha

.vaouiio wii uic ovale iepan-

mant I mhntaffincr tha nffipiail v

announced policy oi the United

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HAPPY GRADUATES The La Boca Civic Council first aid .class held Its graduation exercises "last week at the La Boca
School Pictured above are the 38 persons who took the course and received their certificates which were presented by
PbiIlpX)id) thief )t-4hcivtt-Wient-iiiUtSClJWBeB were -stajr ted In mid-April and wwcoocluded Jww 1

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Federal Jury Acquits Teamster VP Hoffa
Of Charges. Of Bribing Attorney To Spy

WASHINGTON, July 20 l(UP): But the jury foreman intoned the verdict, Hoffa expressed ap ap-A
A ap-A federal jury acOuitted Team-, "not guilty", to all three counts to preciation for "the Ume and ef-

North and South received the
full treatment on today's hand:
Normally East and West would
have stayed out of the bidding
entirely and South would have
blayed one no-trump. As it was,
west r stuck' .tar '-ream "puff
take-out dojible of one diamond
ind this bJdlamelNorth and
South so that they landed at

three no-to- a v
East suspected "thaf there had
been: axjmethirigr wroing with his
partner's double of one diamond
but doubled three nontrump any
kray, . v:
West opened the deuce of
rpades. The four wa'played
from dummy and South V won
East's queep with the" ace:

South, led a low diamond to
dummy's- ace and continued the

suit. This play would guard a

gainst four diamonds in i' the
East hand, .East held off with
the king, tmta. the third lead.
This gave iWeBtv1 a chance- to
make, a, discard and he dropped

the nx l spaaes.. .-y-;;

This '' k "convinced v East that

South stlll heldhe ten ana one
spade and that a spade contin continuation
uation continuation would ;set up a?pade
trick for declarer. He; decided
that he had better try another
suit and in spite of the1 five
hearts in dummy East led the
four of heartaV'"
South' played .the oueen. He

had nothing to lose by that
play .'West won with the ace and
continued with the jack. When
East Splayed the eight on that

trick West knew wnere tne King
was. East would have led the
eight from' a doubleton
. West cashed the king of spades
and led the third heart to set
the contract.

ster. vice President James R.

Hoffa' yesterday of charges that

he bribed an attorney to "spy"
on the Senate Labor Rackets
' The verdict, returned four hours
and 40 minutes after the case

reached the jury, touched' off a
burst of cheering among specta spectators
tors spectators in the courtroom.
"God bless the judge and jury,"
one onlooker shouted.
The fiv men and seven women

jurors heeded; the plea of defense
attorney Edward .Bennett Wil Williams
liams Williams to 'iree the five-foot-four-inch
labor leader so he could

continue to fight labor's battles.

Hona s next fight may be for
the presidency of the giant Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union which he now serves
as the reputed second in com command."
mand." command." It had been announced that
he would be a candidate to suc succeed
ceed succeed union President Dave Beck
if he were acquitted.
.Hoffa who bosses the union's
Midwest' operations from Detroit,
had been accused of trying to
plant New York, attorney John
Cye Cheasty as a spy on the
Rackets i Committee to feed Him
secret, information on its Team Team-ste
ste Team-ste investigation. , j
He was indicted. on, cbsrgea of

tuuspiracj, unqerj ,anq uiegauy

vimon womp nye jorougnt mm, a

nne ana as .years an Jan.-

cut short the threat to tiona iAort ana energy ine jury tpeiu
turbulent' career as a union oiv considering my case because ot

ficial. all the ramifications that were in

After hearinz the verdict. Hoffa' the case."

turned to Williams and said "It proved once again that if

"Thanks a million." you are honest and tell the truth

Hoffa. who took the witness you have nothing to fear." be said,

stand on his own behalf during thei "I will make it my business within

trial wmcn oegan a monm ago iu- uie nexi six uays iu cau a uicchjik

dsy, apparently impressed .the in Chicago of my menas in tne

jury with his story of his relations
with Cheasty.
He insisted 'he; hired the New
York attorney bnly as a legal
counsel -for union officials who

international union aua decide

what my future activities will be
ia the international.'
Seh; John L, McClelian (D-Ark),

chairman of the Rackets Commit

might be summoned before the tee, was presiding at a hearing

Senate committee's investigation

of the Teamsters Union.
Cheasty claimed "tha; Hoffa ap ap-prached
prached ap-prached bim through Hyman 1
lischbach, Miami," Fla:," attorney,
and offered him $18,000 tq get a
job 6n the committee staff and
smuggle information to him.
Cheasty testified .that he pre
tended to play along with the
scheme, but tipped off the com committee
mittee committee and worked with the FBI
to bring about Hoffa a arrest last

March 13

wnen newsmen oassed word to

him of Hoffa's acquittal. He scrib

bled a note saying be bad no im
mediate comment.

Hoffa thus far has not figured
directly in the committee's inves

tigation. It was in the miasc ot

looking into Beck's affairs when
Hoffa was arrested un the bribery-

conspiracy charges. Beck an

nounced later that he would not be
a candidate for reelection as the

international president of the un

Hoffa and Fischbach went tc ion

trial together on identical charges

dui ciscnoacn s case was post'
poned after' his lawyer became, ill.
It was not immediately knowa

obf ltftin ;coromltJ;eA 4ow Hoffa'a. acquittal wouidaffect

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uin f lccnoaan casei- ft

In Ulking with, reporters after

?yea Train Jumps '. Track;
At Least 21 Dead, Many Hurt

Handicraft Exhibit
Ai Aunt Eilen Club
Staled On Thursday
Aunt Ellen Gub will hold an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition of handicraft work at:.t.
Alban's parish ball in Paraiso next
.Thursday evening in connection
.with the observance of its tenth an anniversary,
niversary, anniversary, i

I The observance takes place Sun Sunday,:
day,: Sunday,: when the group will attend
divine service at the Calvary Bap

tisr cnurcn in ranama vuy ai-11

At in the-evenings an aaniver-

ary party will be held at su Al Alban's
ban's Alban's parish hall, to which several

guests. nave been inviteo.

Besides handicraft work, Aunt
Ellen Club engages in charitable
activities. To raise funds for this

purpose, the club has arranged for
a kiddies' fashion show to come

off at La Boca theater oa the eve-i

Bing of Ahgust 24.
Egypt Celebrates
Fall Of Monarchy
-'cATRO. Jul 20 fwi-TrnA'

bigrest military parade, featuring

ucb onet-suppuea weapons as
rocket guns, win be held July 23,

u was announces today. The pa parade
rade parade .will- commemorate' the 5th
anniversary of the 1952 revolution
taa( ousted the monarchy.

BOLLENE, France, July 20
(UP) A crack Riviera passenger
express train jumped the track at
75 miles an hour yesterday and
piled up in a tangle of steam-filled,
wreckage that left at least 21
persons dead and. 77 injured. 'Some
of the victims were 'scalded to
. I-
One of the injured was an
American, Mrs. Pearl Pollier, 64,
of Boston who has been u'ving in

rans. a lz-year-oid English girl

was among the dead.

A number of the Injured were
in serious condition, some were

nun by the impact and the srind

ing metal, others burned by the
steam that spurted from the shat shattered
tered shattered locomotive under high pres

sure, :
The state-owned Nice-to-Paris

express was carrying hundreds of

rench and foreign tourists back

from Riviera vacations. Author Authorities
ities Authorities said the railway disostcher

at Avignon, 25 miles away, set

ue -signals, for the- engineer to
switch to the. Bollene siding -and
give; the right of way te a faster

express benind nun.
Officials ssid the engineer eith-

Rumors Of Meg's
Betrolhai Persisti
Desplfe Dud Vigil

LONDON. July 20 (UP V- Re

ports that Princess Margaret's en-
gagement to a handsome Irish peer,
would be announced yesterday sent!

aoHDi m Dcwnnia 'ugcuoi lo

Buckingham Palace. But their all
night vigil outside- the -cold grey
walls, was ia rain..'
Nothing happened.
(The rumors still .persisted, bow bow-ever,
ever, bow-ever, that Margaret's interest In
24-year-old Lord Patrick eeresford
was something put of the ordinary.

Reports that an engagement' an-1

nounce ment would be made after
a private dinner-dance givea at
the palace by -Queea Elizabeth n
began at a palace garden party
attended by 1,000 guests Thursday.
Palace press spokesmen said the
dance was merely a "welcome-!
home" party lor the Queen Moth Mother,
er, Mother, who it turned from Rhodesia
Wednesday, but they refused com comment
ment comment oa the engagement reports.
Later it was learned Lord Pat Patrick
rick Patrick originally bsd been one V

the dinner guests, but had called

te.aay as eoulda t male iu

er missed-the signal In the morn

mg darkness or ignored the 30

null speed limit on the siding.

The siding buckled under the
strain. The cars behind the heavy
locomotive snapped around as
though a giant was playing "crack
the whip." ..
The locomotive and tender
plunged: off the rails. The next

two cars were hurled high in the
air and crashed into the derailed
engine. Three other, cars piled up

asirapaie tnt rails. Two more
were hurled into an adiacent

I L ;u

wiieai neia.
One passenger car remained up
right, stopped by the engine
Steam from burst pipes seared the
Interior of the car
The. grade-crossing keeper saw1

me accident and raced down the
track .to plant warning toroedoea

They exploded and stopped the

onruaning "Blue Express" loaded
with foreign tourists before i
could plow into the wreckage.

Senator Undergoes

Gallstone Operation

Sen. Thomas C. Henninga Jr.

(D-Mo.) was dischsrged yesterday

from Emergency Hospital where

he underwent a- gallstone opera

tion. July 5, his office reported.
He : will continue his recovery at


As he sat talking to reporters

and receiving the congratulations

claimed "My family" and' rushed

toward the door.
. Mrs. Hoffa. a daughter Barbara,

13, and James Jr., 16, had just

entered, rney oian r, auena we

trial but waited at tneir notet un until
til until the jury bad reached a verdict.
Hoffa's wife and daughter wept
with joy as they embraced him.
Williams, wm has represented
Beck as well as Hoffa, said be

was "very happy" with the ver

dict and called, attention to a state statement
ment statement by Committee Counsel Rob Robert
ert Robert F. Kennedy that Kennetdy
would jump off the Cspitol Dome
ii Hoffa were acquitted..

"I'm going to send Bobby Ken
nedy a parachute for when he

jumps off the Capitol uome, we
attorney said.
Earthquake Shakes
Northern Formosa
Taioei rocked for two minutes

An earthquake shook Northern
Formoss tonight and plunged the

capital cltr into darkness for sev

eral minute.

Tsipei rocked for two mmuts
but there were ao.immeidate re

ports of damage.

To All Those Who Suffer
Stomach Disorders
If you or anyone In your family "wr "writer
iter "writer from the lymptoru ot meld Indi Indirection,
rection, Indirection, pmir prtmueh. ipnla or
othar dlaturbanca cauaad bjr ovar acid acidity
ity acidity la tha atomaeh, than don't taU to
buy a packaaa of NmtracM: mix enc

taaipoonrui m nan a fiaapi ox warm
watar and drink it aftar avary maal.
Waatradd la a saw product made
aapadally to relicwa aymptona of ulcar.
dypapala. pufflnaaa, add lndlpTwtvm.
atomaeh pains cauaad by aeida and
othar aUmanta.
TouVro never had audi taatant relief.
Buy a packaga today. Ask (or Nacjtra Nacjtra-ctd
ctd Nacjtra-ctd In any rood druaMorcl

Some Spaces

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and aft"
the .y
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account '

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cuckoo family

IT Possessive

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19 Art principles
21 Fuss
23 Tit for "v.,
24 High
j 27 Golf scores
29 Girl's name
i 32 Caribbean
I gulf
; 34 Park
36 Spanish
1 37 Put the
,38 Blind, as
a falcon
! 39 as you
! and I

41 Pigpen
42 Chart V
44 God of love
46 Bllgh
49 Drawing room
S3 Eight (prefix)
84 Alleviate
98 .flyt
87 Share
88 Stir
89 Sea bird

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2 Russian city f V
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A Warehouse' X
8 Near and
8 Speaker
7 At this
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9 Artworks
10 Opposed
11 Round plate
16 Poem
20 Refuge
22 Italian poet
24 Excitements
25 duck

Answer to Previous Puzile
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26 One going"
28 and
30 Song for two
31 Light : r
33 Inference
38 Wine
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45 Droop
46 Price',.
47 Pain
44. Small devOs'

50 Tibetan monk

81 Of the ear
52 .in line
53 Musical

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When vou aten out on Christ

Promises, accepting Him by faith, you take the-;
most important action o your life As you
worship Him in Hia Sanctuary you climD to 1
Peaks of Grace.


930 SUNDAY SCHOOL (a class for every age)
"Jesus studied the Scripture. Do you? Why not bring t ft :
family where the importance of Bible study is emphasized? emphasized?-Joseph
Joseph emphasized?-Joseph and Mary took Jesus to the Temple. A good example!? t-
"Satan is the arch-enemy of your life. He is subtle, cunning,
and a liar. Through Christ deliverance has been made."
A message on Temptation: Read Exodus 10.
"The place for Christian training in Christian living."

"What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole worIA end
lose his own soul? Postponement and delay i$ the :
weapon of Satan. ead Exodus t." ,.
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CONGRATULATIONS Col. Robert W. Garrett, commanding
officer of the 20th Infantry Regiment, awards the monthly
Honor Mess Plaque to Capt. mvid Churig,vji Company com
manding officer,, as Sp2 Ted Thompson, company jness serr
geant, proudly looks on. (U.S. Army Photo)


July 21-28

7:30 P.M.


Ragulor attandanea at avary service of your church

will place you in a, potitien te that God can more -.
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (A class for every age) ?;

'."pp""; n...uu.n.o ut u cute teuiTtt7iy o.o. can ok dOrno-r

umig ime m your uje nave you discovered tnu
yet? Join us tomorrow in SJ5.

ejius taught 5 things about baptism and they are couchelt
in fir, rvpn n r H.


The great commission tells us three things x-r- to lead ptopl$ .av

to ynnsi, oapnze au oeuevers. ana teacn innm. mil tnmgnt
B.T.V. goes a long way 'to fulfill the tri part of

r fti'-t Christ 's commission. re fcjp


Three junior girls will present this famous sermon.
All counsellors and workers will be presented.
1st week camp closed full enrollment.
2nd week (13 years and up) Aug. 5-10 sfiB open.

Nursery At AH Services Everyone Welcome

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SOROPTIMISTS' ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Venie Hull president of the J nama 8!'
cuts the birthday cake at the First Anniversary Tea of the club held at ;the Hotel El Panama
on Wednesday. From left to right Mrs. Mamie lita P. de Valdes, Mrs. Hull, Mrs. Dora B. de Ba Baton,
ton, Baton, Mrs. Mabel Barwick, and Mrs. Brenda Barthouse.

The Ambassador of Colombia in Panama Dr. Raul H. Barrios and his wife hare issued invi invitations
tations invitations for a gala reception which will be held at the Embassy this evening from 7 until 9.
, The occasion is the celebration of the 147th Anniversary of Colombia's Independence.

Minister of Agriculture
Bivtt Luncheon
ftfl'fir. Birdiall
, -The Minister of Agriculture Vic Victor
tor Victor Navas gave a luncheon at the
Bolf Club, Friday in honor of Dr.
Benjamin Birdsall, Director of SI-

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Use it on rice! See how delicious it i
iih sea food, sphagelti, meat, eggs,
salads everything.
Add Magjfi Ketchup to all your meals
and every lmdy will he delighted.

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CAP, who will soon be leaving the
Soreptimift Club
Holds Anniversary Tea
Thp Snrnnlimist Club of Pana
m.T polphrnlin!? its first anniver
sar'y. The Club belongs to the Na-
taste r

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tional Federation of Soroptimist
Clubs and is a member of the In International
ternational International Federation; has some
thirty members, all professional
unrt avufiitiija unmpfl frnill Pana
ma and the Canal Zone who have,
joined the organization with the
idea of periorming service 10 me
Mrs. Mabel Barwick of the Fort
Lauderdale Florida Chapter, who
had attended the cnariering iasi iasi-year,
year, iasi-year, was a guest of honor at the
anniversary team. In a brief talk,
she complimented the Pma. Club
on the work accomplished in its
firs year. Mrs. Eunice del Valle
was another guest at the tea, who
may organize a Soroptimist Club
in filnn -'
Also honored were a group of
United State High scnooi ano coi
lege students who are studying
here in Panama under the aus
pices of the World Fellowship As Association,
sociation, Association, as well as their "Pana "Panamanian
manian "Panamanian Mothers."
Also honored at the tea were a
group of Panamanian ladies who
are "Mothers" to eleven students
from the Buffalo area of New York
who are here in Panama studying
under the auspices of the World
Fellowship Association. The eleven
girls were presented and introduc introduced
ed introduced too. The Panamanian hostesses
were Sra. Dora de Bazan, Direc
tor of the World Fellowship in Pa Panama
nama Panama who attended with tier siu
dent "daughter" Patricia Regester.
Mrs. Bazan explained the work of
her organization which by housing
exchange students is contributing
its bit to belter international un understanding.
derstanding. understanding. Also present were
Mrs. Bazan's mother with Jayne
Truckenpoit of 'Buffalo, who was
just elected president of the fresh freshman
man freshman Class at the University. The
wife of Panama's Mayor, Sra. Cati Cati-ta
ta Cati-ta de Cajar Escala attended with
her "daughter" Maria Suffoleto,
Sra. Sioselina de Arauz was in introduced
troduced introduced together with her two
"American daughters." Arlene and
Raye Popp and Mrs. Gladys de
Aldrete wiih her "daughter" Lin Linda
da Linda Benson, Sehorita Thelma M.
velarde attended with Jo Ann
Finr.egan of Orchard Park, N.Y.,
Sra. Elena de Guardia with Loret Loret-U
U Loret-U Thomas of Buffalo, Sra. Sila- de
Carrillo with her "daughter" Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Walker, and Senorita Ra
quel De Leon with her "Daughter'
Betsey Safrar..
Retirement Party
For Dr. Wilkerson
Dr. John M. Wilkerson, Superin
tf ndent of Coco Solo llospitaj, and
Mrs. Wilkerson will be feteo at a
no-host party in honor of his re retirement,
tirement, retirement, on Saturday, July 27 at
the Fort Gultcfe onicer- iih irora
7 p.m. until midnight.
A buffet dinner will be serve
and dancing for the evening; will
be to music furnished by Lucno
And fi icnds interested in attend
ing are asked to call Mrs. Louis
Griffon at the Coco Mio nospuai.
New Bride Arrives
Frem Vermont
Mrs. James A: Mann, the former
Miss Marilyn Austin of Welt Fair-!
lee, Vermont, arrived by plant
Thursriay morning to join her hus husband
band husband who is serving in the U.S. I
Navy on the Canal Zone. Mr. and
Mrs. Mann, h were married on
June 10, in West Fairlee, will res.
ide at House 60, Apartment 1, on
Fourth Street in Coco Solito. j
Following is an account of the
Mxnn-Austin wedding: J
The marriage of Miss Mairlvu
Virginia Austin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Austin of West
Fiirlee, Vt., and James Arthur
Mann of coco Solo, C.Z., was so solemnized
lemnized solemnized Monday evening. June-19.
in a candlelight ceremony at the
Congregational Church in West
Fairlee. The Rev. Cornelius Ver-
hoeve officiated at the double ring
Wedding vows were exchanged
before an altar decorated with bas baskets
kets baskets of yellow and orchid iris and
IichtH taper ia standing candela
bra, wite lighted tapers in three-

Teen-Age Daughters -Need

A-mother shouldn't have much
trouble with a teen-age daughter
She makes a point of knowing
her daughter's friends and in
sista that the boys she dates come
in and get acquainted with' the
She gives her daughter to un
derstand she trusts her and that
she thinks, the girl has good judg
She makes the daughter s friends
She respects her daughter 's
judgment of boys and girls her own
age. knowing tbay young people
often know more about their con
temporaries than adults do.
She Isn't so anxious for her
daughter to be popular that she
grows lax in the standards she
holds up 40 her.
She stands with the gins fa
the r io that they present a united
front, instead of encouraging the
girl not to let her father know that
her mother has given her per -mission
to do this or that.
She always has time to listen
when her daughter is in a talkative,
branch candelabra were placed in
each window.
Mrs. Maurice Summer, organist.
played a program of pre-nuptial or.
ean music while the guests were
assembling and accompanied Miss
Kathryn Fitzgerald of Post Mills,
Vt.. who sang Atways" before
the ceremony.
The bride, escorted and given in
marriage by her lather, wore a
white linen suit with white- acces
sories. sne carried a snower dou
auet of white carnations and ste-
phanotis with satin streamers tied
with lovers' knots.
Mrs. Stewart Bacon, the bride's
sister, was matron of honor and
her only attendant. She wore a nile
green suit with white accessories
and carried a bouquet of pink car carnations.
nations. carnations. David T. Mann of Coco Solo was
best man for his brother. The ush
ers were Maurice Austin, the
bride's brother, and Bruce Mann,
anotlu r brother of the groom.
Following the ceremony a re reception
ception reception was held in the church
parlor, which was decorated with
greenery ana nasneis 01 g a r a n
Mrs. Austin, the bride's mother,
received the guests in a gown of
beige taffeta with which she wore
pink and white accessories, and a
corsage of pink roses.
The groom's mother, Mrs. Mann,
chose for the occasion a dress of
pastel blue chiffon with matching
accessories tier iiowers were a
corsage of pink rosebuda.
Miss Roberta Austin, the bride's
sister, Miss Pearl Austin, was in
charge of the bride's book. Mrs.
Shirley Melendy and Mrs. Helen
1 Htrtort sorrMof
bet pet pvM-
Too much make-up.


dobIib oboofqrls ? Antt opptar-once-opieflsonl
momerond perjonoli-Y-
CwhWe thwt.ond your dtrlt bookuaaraSef J

99 empij.

confiding mood. These are the

times when she really gets an in
sight into her daughter's world
with its problems, its attitudes and
its standards.
She never betrays" her daugh
ter's confidence.
She is gracious and friendly to
her daughter's friends but never
tries to act more like a big sister
than a mother.
She praises evdrything that she
can m her daughter and is as tact
ful as possible when she has to cri
me. 1 -:( & .1
She makes it plain to her daugh daughter
ter daughter that she can come to her with
any kind of problem.
A mother who can follow these
rules isn't likely to find herself at
loggerheads with a teen-age daugh
Magoon alternated at the punch
Later in the evening the newlyr
weds left on a honeymoon trip to
Mrs. Mann attended schools in
West Fairlee and graduated from
Thetford Academy. She completed
two years at tna University of Ver
mont and for the past year, has
been teaching at Thetford Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary School in Vermont.
Mr. Mann, the son of Mrs. Bes
sie Mnn of West Fairlee and the
late Mr. Harry Mann, attended
schools in West Fairlee and is also
a graduate of meaord Academy.
He is presently serving in the U.
S. Navy and is attached to the
U.S.S. Jasper, based at Coco So Solo,
lo, Solo, C.Z.
Special Danco To
Navy Task Force
A special dance, at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center in Balboa, at 8:00 p.m., jwill
honor the men of the U.S. Navy
Task Group who will have shore
leave in the Canal Zone this week
These men are en route back to
the United States after a tour
which included stops in several
South American ports.
This will be an extra orchestra
of the military are cordially invit invited.
ed. invited. For good dancing to a good
band, friendly people, and fun,
come Sunday evening to the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Center in Balboa.
Horse Course
Richard Booney star ;.o CBS
TV'S fall western "series, "Have
Gun Will Travel knows!
trend wnen ne sees one. He, in includes
cludes includes horseback riding In the
subjects for his own drama
school. "Where would an actor
be in this town if he couldn't
ride a horse?" Boone asked.




3 A. Do boys poy much GHenton
j VTrrj q cffft moke-up and clothes?

1 J U 1 1 J 1

Subdued mokef
S Skirts aaaAenani

AraJisjl)eir .1




Each notice for Inclusion in tab
column should be submitted m
type-Written form and mailed eo
the boa number listed daily in 'So
cial and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand re the office. Notices of
meetings' -ctnnot be accepted by
Newcomers Club
Moots July 25
Newcomers Club will, meet
July '25 at 1:30 in the home
Mrs.- Arthur May; Quarters 55. Ft.
Gulick. Mrs. George Pulliam will
be the assisting hostess. Mr, Al
bert Motta will be the guest speak
er. t "Vv .'t K- ".A-
A teen-age -boy should rise
when either a man: or woman
comes into the room. A teen
age girl should rise for a wom woman,
an, woman, but not for a man unless he
is elderly

meKJ tM.,.rt; loH stubborn fight to use a white 11
m't observe this courtesy does.h.,ru Smithfi.H ,nd renewed

not alter the fact that It is lm-
Four Army Majors,
Eight Captains
Receive Promotions
Twelve officers from U. S. Ar
my Caribbean four majors and
eignt. captains recently receiv
ed Dromotions according to an an
nouncement made by the office of
ithe Adjutant General, U. S. Army
Receiving a promotion on July
11 to the rank of leiutenant Col
onel was Maj. Arthur V. Swan-
son, Quartermaster Corps, An Antilles.
tilles. Antilles. Captains Norman J. Furth,. Ar Artillery,
tillery, Artillery, Research Unit, Fort Ama Amador;
dor; Amador; John E. M. Caffrey, : Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Corps, U.S. Army Caribbean
School; Lauro R. Montemayor,
Medjcfti; Corps, U-Sa Arm Medi Medical
cal Medical Service, Fort Clayton; and
Herbert Tetenb'aum, Medical
Corps, Antilles, received promor.
tions to the rank of major on that
On July l;, Majors Byron B.
King, Military Police Corps, An Antilles;
tilles; Antilles; Dale A. Hardistry, Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, Antilles; and Joseph H. Sher Sher-rard
rard Sher-rard IV, Corps of Engineers, U.
S. Army Mission to Guatemala,
were promoted to the rank of
lieutenant colonel.
Also on July 12, Captains Charles
W. Clover, Corps of Engineers, U.
S. Army Engineer Service, Fort
Clayton; Boyd E. McClung, Mili Military
tary Military Police Corps, Provost Marsh
al Office, U.S. Army Caribbean;
and John L. Smith, Military Po
lice Corps, 549th M.P. Co. Sve.),
Fort Gulick, were promoted to
the rank of major.
Capt. Charles- E. Wright, Jr.,
Infantry, Research Unit, Fort A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, was promoted on July 15
to the rank of major.
Do You Speak Greek!
Japanese! French!
Red Cross Heeds You
The Canal Zone Red Cross at
Gorgas Hospital is anxious to build
up a file of individuals who would
be willing to act as interpreters
for patients who do not speak Spa
nish or English.
There are many occasions when
the doctors tod it difficult to com-j
municate with a patient because;
of language" difficulty, it is report-;
ed. I
Many patients from many parts
of the woi-lr are lonesome because
they have no one to visit .with1
them or have nothing to read; in
their own language. .
The languages most needed are
Greek, Scandinavian, French, Ger Ger-mau,
mau, Ger-mau, JapaaeseChinese and Hin Hindu.
du. Hindu. Perse ru interested in devoting
some time front-time to time, eitfe-
r visiting Cth a patient or being'
on call at an interpreter or have
aoy literature in languages men mentioned
tioned mentioned should call Miss Sara
iBoraberc, Rd Cross Director at
Gorbai Hospital, TeL, Balboa 4354.

CAROL alee' plays the lane in the Balbe Bar v -.
II pjn. te X sum, Taea Wed, A Thar,'.

National Boy Scout Jarnborie

Ends In jiiipressjye

Tr (UP)-Tr fourth. National BOY ScOUt
jamboree ended Thursday, night
with : an impressive candleught
ceremony of rededication to the
principles of the Boy Scout, oath.
The big iob of moving the mass
of scouts and their eauipment to
their homes across the, nauon ne-
ofigan in the early, hours or me
mprning ana continued inrouga we
day. . :
The scouts who came from the
farthest parts of the country were
ahead. 01 the rest wno emDarxea
ohead of the rest' who embarked
pn last minute trips to Philadel Philadelphia'
phia' Philadelphia' for a tour of the many his historic
toric historic shrines.'-
The big closing show, based on
the theme of world friendship,

Negro Leaders Launch New Drives To
.". '.rnpf'
Batter Down Carolina Race Barriers

RALEIGH (UP)-Negro leaders
launched several new drives' and
revived an old one with new tac tactics
tics tactics this week in their campaign
to batter down racial barriers in
North Carolina.
Encouraged by decent victories
in Greensboro they sat down
Thursday for a "friendly" talk on
recreational facilities with Dur
ham citv officials. hinted at a
'lb..! In Cm it-Vi-fs nA mftA PanAwaft
'h j sttack.0Il the date's pupil
assignment Jaw at Old Fort, where
they lost an earlier dispute
The discussion in Durham grew
from what some observers said
was a deliberate move to "test'
the city s regulations which re require
quire require segregation in recreational
facilities. The talk centered around
a case resulting from the arrest
of two Negro youths who were
playing tennis on a municipal
court for whites,
An attorney in the case denied
that it was a planned attack on
the regulations and said, in an-
swer to a question, that the Na
tional Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People had noth-
my to do with the incident.
A 1 city official said the meeting
was "full, frank and friendly." It
was concerned chiefly with the
tennis case, but ranged occasion occasion-alln
alln occasion-alln to more general topics, he
reported. Durham has been the
sce- of 'rfeveal' recent attempts
by Wegroe tA,yd?Seiregat )rf in
tneaters, aris ana eating esiao-
The city manager this week
called attention to the "pressure"
of segregation disputes on the Re Re-of
of Re-of segregation disputes on the Re
creation Department. At the same
time police were ordered to issue
no more warrants against Negroes
found on city tennis courts set
aside for white persons.
The conference followed by one
day the conviction of seven Ne Negroes
groes Negroes for trespassing in demand demanding
ing demanding service on the "white" side
of an ice cream parlor there.
Immediately after their confir confir-tion
tion confir-tion the seven said they intend to
appeal to the State Supreme Conrt.
"But I'm not the mother!"

X ,(

olds tells angry Eddie Fisher, in their first movie together,
"BUNDLE OF JOY." In this scene, Eddie, having- had his
, sleeve torn, while Vying to return the baby to Debbie after
she'd left It at his house, refuses to believe' her story. The
story which is perfectly true, is that she found .her ."Bundle
of Joy" on the steps of Y foundling home. Co-stars in this
Technicolor fllm.are Adolph lienjou and Tonfmy Noonan.; l

Midnight to 4:30 t.m. Friday andSaturday :
Join our mforma! CLUB 4:30 for the late crpwd
in the air-conditioned comfort of our" Balboa Bar



Mlhtcap on-the-house it 40 txa.


paid honor to Lord Robert Baden-
Powell who founded the first troop
in England. ,r j'
1 A tabloid wis presented on the
huge stage Thursday night depict depicting
ing depicting the first encampment of
scout under Powell seated around around-H
H around-H small camp fire. The fire grew
into a large blaze symbolizing the
spread of scouting throughout the
world. The tabloid ended with
message for boys around', the
world recorded by Lord ? Baden
Pouell shortly before his death in
1941 w
The ceremony was; climaxed
.Mimil U- kill .M.ii .tVtM 'hit.
amphitheater each lighted S can
die ahd recited with Joy Scout'
oath en masse. 1 .,'
The Negroes, tried and convicted
by an all-white jury,' had indicated
that they set in a church and
planned to go to the "white" aide
of the parlor and stay until
served or arrested., v -.
-.. -j -y
In Smithfield a Negrd attorney
representing four clients said they
intend to use -the white-only muni muni-cipal
cipal muni-cipal library "one ay or the
other" but indicate that he,, too,
woul like a meeting with city
officials. He promised, to exhaust
bargaining possibilities before re resorting
sorting resorting to the courts ;
The Negroes there are apparent apparently
ly apparently following the lead of, a group
in Greensboro ; who gained ', eh-
trance, to the city library after
petitioning the City Council. At the
same time the City Council de decided
cided decided it was not ready to admit
Negroes to city swimming pfools.
It was a previous attempt to in
tegrate the Old Fort school in Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell County which led to a fed federal
eral federal court decisioh upholding- the
state's 1955 pupil assignment law.
The taw appears to have Weath Weathered
ered Weathered all tests so far and remains
in the words of the state attorney
general "constitutional" on the
lace of it."
State legal officials here have
avoided becoming involved in the
issue of integration. However, it
was Judge George Patton, now
attorney general, who ruled
against the "Negroes in the state
courts during the long legal tangla
at' Old Fort.-":-
The new thust takes a differeaf;
direction, acclirdiag tol an attorney
H:hm eiiw.;.MJivk it Urn
aimed within the framework of
the law, that is, on geographical
grounds. The M children who seek
admission to the Old Fort school
now have to trsvel IS anlles to
a Negro school in Marion because
there is no school for them at Old
Fort. ', v -: .--
Cash? -No
Register? Yes
VALLEJOiCalif., July 20 (UP)
Burglars broke into, a local
drive-in and found the cash
register empty so they took the
cash register, valued at $886. ,v
bachelor girl pebble Reyn


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Church cf Christ
tT. Sunaw, BvoAgottat r
, .. Telonhane 1-3401 i
aat.anai IMS.1 Baihaa BaaA. f
: Service Sunday ,10:00 em UJO A.
Il-ia. - ""
CRISTOBAL! American. LejOon Halt
M TMrvioa Sunday M iM a U:OU am.
Kip MMUI flOUt. WH MU) a
. sunenf :su p.a
aid, ui
ta UMtal
COlOlil iAMiUttUUM",
ill fcfuja
' thma a-l
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S4iiuoi;schioi ..... IS"
VrauunS Union ..... ?-rT rT
row munun chueoi
Balboa aright, cat
Phoaa Italboa 27j
WUUua f. Sacr. raatar


tSZVJm? ; Oim LADT OF rAtlMA-Caraala
US TtaSday" N Sunday Maia at tM aa,

i-wnua Bibia euwoi How Day l"U"Vi
IiotaiaHU J Contaailoaa: :M ta : pja. aa fat-
itoMT.'" l8. caUchtak Clun iatwday IJO ta U
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in -,..,....... i.. t i- rwinona m-mo .iff" JTHT

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fit WWa Study ama.
"daya; ,......t..n..uju SM
r. Ivaaua at its straal
BratkaAaedL Tuatdaya V
rnyaf sarVkas, Wadnaadtya
1t aam.
i.V ara a
KJi a amiu

rrx J:MKxfe

A Mra, Cttaaf
Llaataaaat Tanry CampaaD
u fiovauaaay acnoai.
. .am.awattaa.;
tBlWt la aamalay
i SaV-aAaBcaiaalr''.
; Sim Bulmma. Maets ,.
riMlvatliM laaattSa
I. llSh aanaucal Maaumi, :
pry A CU1L
St. Kitta and Jamaica Straal
11:00 Hoilnam Martina,
; f0 Fuiday School. :
t JO Salvation MaathU
Capl. and Mra C frr H
i Vlionoi dt74
I S!ii,P,i5llrt0' Tranhlm,
SH. t fharan, SehaaL.
. n v ; niit.. i '-.
aj. MFatkaa 'Wri Mlahtm
: a-470- Aaa.r 4i3
Sunday Barrlew:
li?.A ii?u' Bchool.
10 tat. Mlmma WanklB.
tlaa aa aniwuncad.' i w i
' Si"1'' ijr''
m MarttUDiirx CBdCa
a no
aa. i,iiam
lata. a.
' """i a Jranaaia
SiS "i" Yhiwar'nd Saraai
! pvaa. Sunoay Baaaaa. ...
2it wtf ar mmJ Sirami
- tah aaraat amg Mj audm Ammam
am Xaratni kar-km
. S p aa. a-mdam
i f:U A'
Tta -. ATmuaa laum.
maaavtam pja, fmyaa aaaam
. t-. t .
E f. a. Saau-i Vaiaaa. Mmhamr
iP"' t na anrOT Vaatma
' 'cftBICTlaJi hCUAU "aitacMa
fkwt tharrh at Chjvt. SetjrtiaL a nam
j aa-. aa!--ar
I f ay II.- jmss 4Jt SJ
that :- at O'- I f J
I aaai Va auiiaj
mm day Uttama


, ; Ownr f th many faith In the Caul Zdna. end tk'4rniinl aitiat
af Panama ana" Calan, lUaufcll f Panamas extend a, all
... timai ta man ana woman af iha armed tarviaaa, and ta elyilit neigh- ,;
- barlj friend 4nd stranger. .i- f -.'. .v t -i i
' -' Aa public trvlc, Tha Ptnam American lists blw, kr dnmi

I' aiHeHt. notice af haute af wartkia

Lilting are rotated irem timd la lima. Daneminatlea having aahr
, ana ar twa canf mgetient ara lilted endet "Other Church ft Service,
A plal lietlng k intmded far rvfce at Army aastt, Ala Fane aee
end Naval atatieni. -... 1 1 '
, Minister, h.rch eecretorlrt asd chaplain m askad ta inform tha
nawr aleak In writing h Wednesday naan at tha latest af an chnge
- far tha taming Saturday' church Ml -.; ij ; j

Maawil 1100. tiO.: 10:0a an
Moijr uay law
aag a oo P-n. .
Gontautonii ammmj, T
i, i:it ta aw
..a t u aim a.m. Thurdy. Mfara
I i .m 4a aiwi mm
Mtin aka- attar iha l:M auai
fi school tuV Clua adi Mk ae
waaniaaay. . ,, -n. L-
Hni b mMMRi iu a.m. aaJ l.oo
.i.rM. i-M ta k:M and
7:15 to l:OV p.Bk 'VDunoay onm
Saind'Haarl Savottaaat IMpa.
f CaUchiaai Ciuai aai
I .--
ft. JOaWft-rarttoa
autday Maatai at 1:00 and tiU aJk
SaayTlX at a m.
ttr.Iv4v Uma! ..Ml aja.
Cdnfmionai Saturday IJ4 ta 4 J and
t i -a .
Catacntam Claaai Sunday IM ta 4:0C
Mirasuloua Uadal Koranai IM .aw
anday ...
con vara laaiiiiiiiiiimi awawr -w
mrr. nNCTtNTftaktnU CJry
Sunday MasaW! m and lui.
How uay ataasaii j tia i p
(It II telta on aavaraay ina
:0O and dda aj.
re r
liii?,1,. Movana ad tta-
i utacnian uaa t aiiar
W:tmaBM1 CanS
Sunday Maai: adO a..
wmv flv Maw: a:0 ajav in n aaua
Monday. i
m. inm sianat M La SAXU
" far tdmM.
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im fnpiT t w
Mlrawimw moaai oto "l
rtaWBm tjf 1
Cnmt ami ItandaTf
i ttad
lc-:J. . a.Hai
T. a-.. cam la
thunday hafora Slrat Fay aw ip.
Ba"N0 Mi.
. .a ilaJ.1
ATtAjrnd SHk
sx. aosKim i
till I
aJfaanSnii Saturday 4SN tBtMSBd
W.lJX, Miy ta aaTl
Sunday tvantal SarrHoa tWprn,

Cartvart Claaai 1 Ma. am ManaayiizHUUDATS and BOLT BATS

"jKiiWava ,: I
I Cataihtira C1l fttAdaf l'lS' am.
Ill'U a.m. l:oa pan. ta m pn. i
ajm SaWda- marnUig,
Flrat Saturday D
! FatlmaThaHc
Firtt Communion
n Mandaya aaa, xnuraoaya aw wi
maiatitntm arm If THat'tMl I
Holy Day Mlamai axaX, aa aaai :
i-ia i. m .1
Ixmtamluratl SawraafJ'M tS 11 and
taa l. a oa Altar Baaarr aaeh ora-l
Mlmolana Medal HP
SOS 'and
. I
140 pjn. cm Monday.
Catachlam Uaaai saoa aa
At tWl tea s I
ill mnav nHHEa a.
Flnt Satareay. mam at fa ma ;. I
ittj PAartf T ci C?l t MarmrHal
a..-i.a Uuaa 11. 0!A. lilt II. I
v.mi BatiMMiaa aaai . . a a mti I
Weakday Mama: i ......... JJaan.
Saun-day ... IM m 14 km.1
Mlraeuleut Medal fr arena 74 pja.
Nevana t4 pm.1
!4 ajn. 1:11 pm.1
Holy Day Miss sal 7 aa ajn.
Correction .., ana
aware Mendav.
Pariah Family atdaerp
.Benediction ...ras
very woonaoay,
avery .rnoa;
let, Friaay twveaiera M.
let, Saturday Deraltaml .a

1 m Pm.twjS3e en. Help

St. tlWCMTS Batakaw OB l
Sunday Maaaemi 444 m and I BO I
AM. ... .. I
BatP so aissatai m aa ana asvi
'cMToattonef m t tm aad fa ml
M am smruraay. j-
rMMMaa -..ait laraa a a an an
Canvart Clai every Meade? at l
kfiraeuiaua AUdal Siraaai 14 km
iJ-i'eart flrrtaar t M SJB, a!
i - II
ftuadav Maa; tU am I
Holy Day Mamt 4.44 am. 1
Canf aaai ens i 4JS 4 li4 p.a aa Sat
4y. ....
tf i aawi ran a-v v-aa a"-eay
OiuS UBI or laVHja nil aeaa.
. a b
Confaana Sekarday at tSW pm. aadHj

Uhw aa tieaaeg

a aeiaoara I
Baabana tf aaMmimant.
Mireculau Meeal Binait t
. tM pm aa
rnoay. . .
Sunday senam! am pm. oa pmatrv.
drent ,44 pa tm ThUraday. I
IUlteawtruee Sar adaha fTea.1
40eted la 4Wuaa 7B4 pm oa Vtaa.l
aaiificia imiiauaa iiaa uv sui.
'Zearert kratm Bp ....U HaiaiC

and athar raaula. aaivitiaa. i

Tha Rt Uf U. naikt' Ooodan. S.T.B.
Tha Vary JU. Malaart J. rataraaa,
- S.TJ Ocaa -.
TH' C4TiDRAjt cf St. t4S
idO m holy CommurUon.
40 am Santa ,Commvuuui (4th' Sun
. eayj.
JO a.aa. Church Sanoai
a:a a m. taoucla Dammlaal.
11:00 a no. toorntng Ftayar and Sarman.
row wwunuiuoB. laum aun
t x hia IvaaiBS ftayat dad Samoa
ait. Holy Communion.
IM 01
m avanu
vonlag tttjm.
holy Days.
4:00 ajn holy Communion,
f 'JU a a Holy 'Communion. 1
Silt aaa. hlanrina naa.
UMMida Uiaalanary. fray ara.
ehmreh at at. Aadiaw
Tha Bav. William W. BaUwia,
Yim ta rkn
Holy Communion ..t(
Family Pray and
Church Sekao ..:......,..
Aia Haiy Canununiaa tad.
Sunday aaeh manth
7:10 an
Honung fnytr A Sarawn 11.00 a..
(Alia Haiy Cammimita lat
sunaay aaen moatni
noiy communion r ,...:(jO am
. ? COBOlaX
Chapel at Tha Gsod ShaBfeorf
Tha B. Oatajwa W. Baaa.
. Mai i. Ou.
a :00 am. Morning fxayar.
iHJC tint Friday aach Month).
t BL. aiaaaB fjtat.h
Tha Bat. John Spaar. Prian in Cbarga
Choral tlteharlM and far.
o am
ana laiuaia i 1
yarning Pmyaf amd Holy
Cornfrtunlon ..,...
f:o am
- t v v v m v w v v arawv i
Bvanlng pay ......... f m a.m.
Wam Auxiiaty. Sad ami
Ill5"r.,7 .iA.-.ii-: Ma.
Kaly Commuhlaa ......... tMlM.
Monuna Prav ...u... asaa aua.
vamuF ButharlH I tta a.m.
ptiaaa ad flmmlma tttha.
aonung rraya aaai amnram
............a ama aa.
wow auaaau aam saa A
Inoit M-tla
5alf iaayikhi ............ UiMMan
ranaana ana I Una taw am
l7.;au;i w
nam raaiiaiii m aaa.
tta flerf CtrfoMaf
Tarn la B. Bhtfuy, FoM k chafga
aiaa am. itaqr cmnmaua.
ehhteh a Si )tojaM
Bapard and Brama Bird.
Tha Baa. Jaaaa K,
Hah? flniiaiinai
cnuren scnaai
Mamina Pravaa
ajn. Moral
Sunday aaah Mania, Kaly Cam-
Imwion . ...
MJa a.m. Haiv Caanmimlm.
. 'af Oar amrhMt
Tha Rev. Allaa m WaML
aJ. i' Charra.
t sjb. Charal Suharkt A Sarmar.
pam am Inzani papuam.
a .00 ajm. Cnurah Scham
Omid a Bulldini Wl
Baa am. foutk FaUoaatda
dnd and 4tbftattNUAAtS
fia a mWan'iniiiuary aatd At
, 7Pm. Wam.n's AuJtiUaaT
va wan sasiiing
St Paal't
a rwa a ja.
aaa. Sunp EarhanM fem
IS a a. Meraikj Prayo and Ouarek
U-ae mom Bary Bapoam
I lata Rat
I VUtt tia tcaaMaa Bau. aaA
I bjaTL. HeHf'ft?a'3ari?

Church School .i... .....' 1:00 ,m
'ffeiaaaaaj Youna Churchman SUW am.
Evanrona and aarmon ..... lot bm.

74 kmltXVB-aAti Alt if fsaiiATB

DVLI Mil '
sum. .eT
. ''Tom b."
Vke BevTaSaM petap Parmer, Baeta
T-a a. Baary Aw aTkhia Aaamea
t44m.foty Canmtm'm.
44 ajn. Vamtna avaaar.
44 tm Charal YvAmrlA aaJ
fa aja Charcti taSaal.
pma Seiaaa B mitng md Sa
, taam, .
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as a i aa A a va
4 p. rrrrj .-.
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. (:00 a jo. Hoiv Communion.
7:30 a.m. Buna Kucharlat and & rmon.
10 0 am. MomlnK Fraydr and Cburob
, i acnooi. "..K,.- (
U:00 noon Holy Baptism. I
.:30 pm Ivanmna and Sarmon.
7d0 pjn. lit and rd. Woman'a Aujd
dO am. Junior Daughun af tha
.t0 p Youth raUowahlp,
:no A.m. haiv nAmmiinlim. i
1:00 .m. Evening Prayr and Rallflou
" ITIBliniRYJtlTUl.
4:M a.m. Olrla Mandl Siuilat.
a:W 6.m. lt and Srd. Sinflttona.
a:so ajn. Junior coniirmatien ciaaj.
Other Churches
" Ancon. C.Z.
Mlnlitari Bo. Elmw O. Naboa
Boa aa. Ancon. CZ. Balboa aoOl
Sunday School t:4l a.m
Worship 10:30 a.m
iouui aeivica a:
Evenina Sarvica .......... I'M djb
Sarvlca .......... 7:00 p.m
rraya asaaujig. wao. .... ia pm.
Panama aUV Sard Street East
Bav. B. M. Brawa.
Divine wonnip
1:30 a.m
punoay scnoot ...
Sunday Maasaa f. 7:40 U:
. B!L.2'
l:M pm. ::
taflfH. "ffW!??-
a.ini.v. at a AA nm Win Hri.l
sot Baipva Bead, saiaoa.
Sunday tntetinae la tha LDB Chigd
on. Balboa Road.
mwKivmy owiutTi .... av:uv ajavi
Sacrament Meatina ..... a :0O n.m. I
ZrPV! 5onu7 : p
naua aocieiy, luaaoay... lim.l
auAi weoneaaay ........ IM pm
Talaohana Balboa 4227.
Atlantis Braah
Building 100, Schoolhouaa Road Gatun,
"""A"? en1'.. BMDi'J . I JO ia
"'"l"'a" ""y ": a.m.
Prhnary, Wadnaaaay 9M pm.
Rancf SAflatv. aa anajuinM
Telephone, Gatua 364 or Criatdbal Ur7
a wana uesrtaa Courob"
HWea K. Leldlg, Muuata
Phone Raa 8S.71M at. aajtiaa
aunoay (tcnooi .....w.,.,
(A olaaa for everr aia)
t: am.
Jfor?J"4 yhip. u mt am.
Youth Tellowahip 4:00 p.m.
Xevenlng Worahip 7:00 p.m.
Pmyer and Praise (Wed.) 7:04 p.m.
A church auraey ia provided far your
BC BfMk tU Arcmumet
Mam ;. . .. r?
tZ!V!!P Jt Jaat'Sft fneaUngBar
tea) Firm ahmdap ad aaeh atoatti at
sBrnv .
Ifiismilii ta at ssstl .a
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t .eaea
14 Fir Street
Orfcenlaadoa Xt Cmnen. Panarad CSty.
uusraii i i aa ana aaaeiiwioaa -Thuradaya.,.n...;....,t.ia
Study 1c 1 sanaTat aSdajaT J pm.
Btrmit mission tartmai
Bapalaka Bk, Paralao, CZ.
Bav Waldaba BL Stewart. Peaeaf
Sunday I U:0t am. rVenhip gtrvls.
1:00 p.
m. aunaay
7:1 aa Geepet Service.
Mondayj 7aVounf Paepkfs SaeMy
Wedneadapi T:4 aLd-weca CJertaaJea)
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fev. ana Mr. prla i rUyneek and

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Momlna Worihls
Church.timt Nursery School.. 10
Sunday School I Building No.
1X n .............. t:n
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening MidWaak
Sarvlca 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday 4:001
Sunday School ............ t:00l
Morning Worship 10:30
Evanlna Worshio 7:00
Worship Sarvica. Madden Wya 7:00
woranip parvica. mo naio .... I'll
Christian Youth Fellowship ...... :00
Soldier's Fellowship Thura. . 7:00
OUicer'a ChrUUaa UnlonThuri. :00
Sunday Bchool ., B:su
Adult Bible Claaa (NCO Club).. t:30
v Morning Worship t:3 di 10:45
Youth FeUowship fJM
Sunday School ................. t:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Flrat Sunday
of Month I
uui mo riEADuAHTUia chapel i
Mornlna Worahip
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit...
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Daily Matt
Sunday Maeeee 7:00 Si
Confouiona. Saturday ...4:30 aa
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Conlasaiona Saturday .. 4:80
Saturday Masse .... t:00
Sunday Milm 1:00 at 11:45
Monday Novena Devotion .... 7:30
Conlassions Saturday., 4:00 A 740
a.. u. 10:30
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ciily Mam d:00
fi.turilav Maa 7:00
sundn Uuaa IM At ii-oo
Sunday Masses ta
Novena Bervices-xu essay
Confesalona-Saturday ....
Sunday Mats
USO-JWB. Balboa
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Sunday School Bldg. 1U ....
Morning Worship ..
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. --
XYBB WaonaadayPeat chapel
Choir PrectUa Wedaaaday
Post Cbapai ...........
Sunday School
Morning Worsl
I Youth Fellowec
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Worahip HMS
ellowsbip. Sunday .... 4:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
LadlM Chapel Guild, lat Thura. M
as. ITAtAt STATIMf, eta Sola
Sunday school
Mornina Worship 11 M
mety Communion Flnt Sunday
aa Monthl
DaUy Maa
Sunday Mass ........
Confessions: Saturday
Daily Maa .
Saturday Masa
Sunday Maaaa
Coni anions, Saturday
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la CaUM, Panam City. BJW an at
the Church of St AhthonV. Avenlda
iMelendea, Colon, BJ., on alternate Sun.
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talk Mmvimtm la all Chuaaka
I fallows
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Drvine aervico u:on aa.
Vwi. a tn a, a.
Wednesday Blbla Sttuty and Praytr
at i alkS
Pacific Side Panaad aa BaihM DMrmt
IPaata W. H. WallaiTaL H a&OB
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Criatdbal. ltth A Bolivar Ave,
Cafnbee At FriiaMa
Msaict Pat. A. A. Oslttla
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Church News

Men' Day, an Institution at the
First Isthmian Baptist ever since
the advent-cl the Hev.; Svlvanus
A. Scarlatt to tha lathmus, will be
celebrated at the First Isthmian
oapusi unurca tomorrow with
sDccial services it u a,ro. and 7
p.m. j i
bpeciat feature t the evening
aci viue wiu uo me preaeirtanon Of
S scroll to Hector Cntinnr In no.
otfnition of hit oiitstanrlino-aarviM

to the tommunity for s number Day). Preacher: The Rt. Rev. R. blessings to His church through through-rfyMf
rfyMf through-rfyMf I Heber Gooden, S.T.D., Bishop of the years.
a.' ... j:. :.i ... t the Missiunnrv District of tha Pa.

worker ini ThurcE Conno? "ama CanaUone. Choir: Strchns' Other include a lead lead-has?
has? lead-has? been cWaUnrilM aur tonner's Chuath. erh,P, ran" course for Supday
iJSttM SS friday: ""her: The Yen. L efs which nter4ta' "na .OtfteiSls WUl i hi... ik... t fourth week tnmorrnw Th rniina

Wlf nei fhi nraaantatinn
A choir consisting of men only
will furnish the muaical back
ground throughout the day.
- These celebrations will be
brought, to a climax on Tuesday
night at 7:30 at a meeting of me t
viuy, ue itev; u. van Royen
superintendent of Snutham n.n
tj Homet Mion .Board in this
aiBtu. wui onng me message. Spe
ciai muaicat renditions will be
given at mis meeting.
Beginning tomorrow and aidant!.
nuins through Snndsv OQ a
series ot special
Conducted at St. Chriatnnhar'a IT.!
P'ovvuai unuicn, iutn street, Par-
liurins the atnill VIBrfiafV llraaaBiV a
different, cler SVilldlll Will idhlliraBie
lj ,ermon cn ni"t, and five
luuucui cnoirs wui participate
iu the various services i h
ices will begm at 7:30 p.m. each
S:5r aunu tu weex, and at
y.ou on aunaays. Each morn.
injg, there wiU be a celebration
ui i ine oiy communion at I .m
The Schedule, fnr tn u...i.
. jrwm AW
Sundav: t a.m. Hniv rnmm..
a 9 WMflf f ffg SJ
"ion, 7:30 a.m. Suns Enrhari.t and
Sermon; 10:30 a.m. Momine- pmv.
er and Church School; 12 noon.
nviy apuma, 4 p.m. Vocal am
Instrumental Concert- -m n m
Evensong and Sermon, preacher:
Th Rev. William W. Bsldwin
Priest-in charee. St. Andraw'a
Church, Cocoli.

Jf aAalB". Sr iJ" -P-J

i Monday: Pieacher: The Tv
llenry A- Blak' headmat.
Christ Church DUtrict Academy
I Choir; Christ Church by-the Sea
Colon. .

Tuesday: Preacher: The Rev
Roger ..K. Greene, district treT.ur
er choir- tt. Peter's Church! La
n.- .:
Wednesday: Preacher: The Rev
Allan H IVatllt, a -nA
o ......wu.,
at. AiDan s, r-araiso. Uhouri, St
Alhan'a rhiirrh
Thurariav: tat rhriatnnho..
B.-Shiriey, Archueancon of fana'
ma. cnoir: bt. Paul's Church, Pa
Sunday: Preacher: The Rev
Henry Cluvu, nela director Arm Armed
ed Armed i Dices Branch, American Red
After each service during the
week refreshments will be aervei
by the various parochial oreani
The officers and members of the
Calvary (Baptist Church of Panama
City are making plans for the ob observance
servance observance of the 49th anniversary
of their church with one full week
of activities. The anniversary
theme Is: "1 Will Build My
vnurcn (inaunew 16: 18D)
Tha riataa f. h. .-;.,;.:.
.ui iug avuviucs ails
July 28 to Aug: 1 Speakers hav i
been invited to talk on assignel
topics. The Kev. K. G. Van Koy'
en, superintendent of the Southern
Baptist Convention work in Pana-I
ma and the Canal Zone, will be
the guest speaker on the 28th at'
3 o.m. His subject will be: "L
Wilt Build mv Church Throt.fh'
Missions." f
The Rev. F. H. Walters, pastor
J .1. m... i n,
ui me rirsi oapust cnuren of la
raiso will spealc on the 29th at
30 p.m., on the subject: "I WU
fluua My church Through Wor
ihe Rev. Isaac Pere2. director
of education and promotion of the
Southern Baptist work in Panama
ana tne canal Zone, will speak on
the snih it ? in . t
tne 30tB st 7.30 p.m. on the tub

Ject: "I WilJ Build My- Churci
Through Christian Education.
The Rev. l-avid' Jemmott, paa paa-tor
tor paa-tor of the Emmanuel BfpUst
Church 6f Pueblo Nuevo, .will
apeak oil Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.,
on the subject: "I WiU Build My
Church- Through Prayer."
The Rev. Vernon T; Yearwood, -former
pastor of the church, will
speak ou Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
on the subject: "I Will Build. '.My
Church "im-ough Christian Witness
ing." Other npighboring clergymen
will be invited to give a three three-minute
minute three-minute anniversary greeting on
the 28th, while choir j will bewjat bewjat-vite.i
vite.i bewjat-vite.i to render musical aelee

t,0.n8 ujna the anniversary week. v
. A aAT.1ltaTfi aiitnva 4 a, a a at Aalaalaal

. ... aa. fVt 4UVII .aurvi lap r '!
for Thursday, Aug. 1 when all
members of the church will sit
toeethet' as a church fatmlv for

fellowship together in prayer end
Ihanksfiivintt Ic God for His ma
fourth week tomorrow. Th cmirM
begins at 9 a.m., to be followed
by regular Sunday School at i30.'
Regular morning worship atartg
at 11 a.m., and Rev. Sealey's sub subject
ject subject will be: "Finding That Soma,
thing in Life."
ihe Men a Brotherhood will con
duct their meptlna in tha aanntna.
ry at 4 p.m. and will discuss the
subject: "There Wag A Man Call
ed of God.' The-Training Union
will meet a' 6 p.m. ;
The singing period will begin
at 7:15 tq be followed by evening
worship at 7:30. The pastor's sub subject
ject subject at the -evening Service will
be: "Hard Running.'
Parochial eroiiDs from nthnav.
ishes have beon invited to the box
SUDDCr Which the rhoir ailill mt
ct t, . . , t v
1' Petfr church. La Boca, is
,PS"sodn8 nt Friday night. ,'
4uTh ,uPPe; will take place hi
. P"."" 7:30, featuring
f n entertinnS program. Bidding
, r1.suP.Per to be furnished by th
i les cxPectea to furnish much
5.'u- . ;
.. Thl! venture is being hel by-
I Ine cnoi.r Su'W to raise funds for
Pr?"s ng Ts'c; C1
I Choral oilf hnnu, f C4- T,.
.u7, l 7'-" icr
fn. ,7 u c,ock tom"ow Worn-
": "u" "f, ceieoram ano
oreacner tha Rav n n a a u

Greene. Archdeacon William lI:
Ziadie, cn route to the United State:
from Limon, Costa Rica, on vaca-.
tion, officiated last Sunday.

morninjt prayer and c hurts o

..W...1 ...11, L I .
0,-"wl WI conauciea io
- and evening prayer 7:30 p.m" ."

4 to 6 fijoAlioJU
psth fiadiaqsi


ging Snider iaces1



Duke Slams
As Surging

Doubleheader From Cubs
:S NEW YORK, July 20 (UP) Duke Snider is
lalking fo himself again and it sounds like money in
the bank to the delighted Brooklyn Dodgers.
Tho n.,u insists he does his Milwaukee retained its one-game

W hitting only when he talks ti
W nself at the Plate

"I tell mvselt to Keep my nea-i rnuawnutta, i-, ----
down anunot take my eye off the, blanked the Cardinals r 7-0. The
'ball" Snider explains. "Boy, ami Yankees increased their American
: I giving myself an earful the.- League lead to six games by maul maul-;i.!
;i.! maul-;i.! B I in" Cleveland, 9-1. Boston whipped

'Eiiaiia-w Walter Alston has said
' 11 I along -Well be all right just
as soon as Snider starts hitting."
Well Duke began giving him-
sell ho e ptp talks right after
the All-Star Game and take a look
the result
c me rcbu.K.

He has hit aeven home runs in lanky Gene lonley his third vic vic-'aiine
'aiine vic-'aiine games since then; his battinj tory. Bobby Thomson produced the
Sverage has jumped 10 points to Giants' only run with a fourth in in-Jl
Jl in-Jl season hign of .282, and the re- njng homer. I
afivpnatpri Donsers have won eight I

of their last nine games to climb Cincinnati knocked out Phillie
within one game of the National ace jac Saniord with a five-rui
League lead. rally, in the fifth and went on to
total' 15 hits, one of which was
Snider put on quite a show as George Crowe's 21st home run.
the Dodgers snared their firs. Southpaw Joe Nuxhall of the Rec Rec-double
double Rec-double header of the season la.'t iegs gave up only four hits, in in-night
night in-night by cooi ing two games from eluding a homer by Roy Smalley.
the Cubs. In the opener, which the vern Law ot the Pirates limitei
nodeers won. 6-3. in 10 inning', ti.- rards to nine scattered hits as

the Duke slammed a homer in the
10th, and then clouted his 23rd cir circuit
cuit circuit of the sesson in the third in inning
ning inning of the nightcap to aid in a 5-3
..Snider's first homtr of tho
night tiod tho oponor at 3-3 and
roo'.-ie John Roseboro followed
with a thr.j-run homor to win
the, game. Let Walla hit two hom homers
ers homers for the Cube and Bobby Mor Morgan
gan Morgan one. Sandy Koufax struck
out. II Chicago batters but the
victory went to reliever Clem
The second game was decided
when the Dodgers went ahead on
two runs in the sixth for their
aweeD. Ernie Banks and Bob
Speak homered for the Cubs.
Today Encanto .35, .20
Sophie Loren Alan Ledd In
' Forrest Tucker in
Today IDEAL .20 .70
Kirk Douglas in
Arthur Grenz in
Showing At Your Service
Walt Disney's
Sunday "DEATH OF A

6:15 8:00 "ISTANBUL" Cinemascope Color

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PARAISO :15 7:5
"ishiMSTONE" and
f:U 7:5
llC fit I TO LIO
' yr noes:"

2 Homers

Bums Sweep
lead with a 3 1 victory over tnej
Giants, while Cincinnati defeated
the White Sox. 5-2; Baltimore lop-
ped, Kansas City, 4-2, and Detroit
beat Washington, 4-1.
Veteran Andy Patko drove in all
three of Milwaukee's runs with a
pair of homers oif southpaw John-
ny AutonfUi. His second homer
j ninth brougnt
Pittsburgh rapped rookie sensation
vnn MrlianU'l for six runs in 5-
2-3 innings. Frank Thomas homer homered
ed homered for the Pirates.
Sill Skowron's 15th homer with
two on off Bud Daley highlighted
a seventh-inning, five-run rally for
the Yankees, who have now won
m nf ihpir lasi 21 games: Southpaw
uhiinv FnrH was the winner a) J
though he left in favor of Art Dil-1
mur in the seventh when his left
shoulder tightened. Gene wooaiing
homered for the Tribe.
Tod Lepcio alammed a three three-run
run three-run homer off southpaw Billy
Pierce in the third inning and
that was all the Red Sex needed
ea Willard Nixoi) ana? Ik Da Da-lock
lock Da-lock collaborated en a six-hitter.
Nixon was the winner.
niiiv inw Ditched a seven-hit
ter and Billy Goodman drove in
a pair of runs to ieaa me unoies
tn their victory over the Athletics.
The triumph boosted Baltimore to
within a half game oi imn piace.
Woody Held homered for Kansas
Paul Foytack and Harry Byrd of
the Tigers combined to hold the
Senators to eight hits, with Foy Foytack
tack Foytack striking out seven batters in
7-2-3 innings for his 10th victory.
Frank House homered for the Ti Tigers,
gers, Tigers, who scored their first rm
when Reno Bertoia tripled in the
first inning and stole home.
Center Theatres Tonight
"Ten Thousand Bedrooms"
GATUN 7:00
Sun. "Friendly Persuasion"

Alan Ladd Sophia Loren

Gregory Peck



J5 0.20
witH Svangelina Elizondc
' with Tin Tm

OJ5 0.20
wth Gordon MacRm
with Richard Rasehart

ittajor League

(Baud on 225 official at baft)
National League
Playar and C.
Aaaron, MiL
Musial St. L,
Groat, Pitts.
G AB R H Pel
87 369 71 130 .352
86 338 54 115 .340
62 -248 29 81 .327
76 313 37 102 ..326
86 323 61 102 .316
Fondy, Pitts.
Mays, JN.Y.
Robinson, Cinci. 84 327 61 106 .313
Crowe, Cinci. 76 291 50 91 ,313
Thomas. Pitta. 87 349 46 109 .312
Schoendienst, M. 85 370 48 114 .308
Moryn, Chi. 82 305 42 94 .308
American Leagu
Williams, Bos. 81 273 65 100 .366
Mantle. N.Y.
80 285 83 102 .358
Skowron, N. Y.
Boyd, Bait.
Fox, Chi.
Minoso, Chi.
Lemon, Wash;
Malzone, Bos.
Sievcrs, Wash.
Wertz, Clevc.
77 293 45 97 ;331
84 279 40 91 .326
87 338 56 110 .325
88 336 48 105 .313
87 334 43 104 .311
87 355 39 109 .307
78 298 53 91 .305
89 339 57 100 .295
85 292 47 86 .295
National Luagua
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Redlegs i
Musial, Cards
Mathews, Braves
American League
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
Colavilo, Indians
National League
Aaron Braves
Musial. Cards
Crowe, Rediegs
Ennis, Cards
Thomas; Pirates
Hoak, Redlegs
American League
Skowron, Yanks
Sievrs, Senators
Wertz, Indians
Mantle, Yanks
Jensen, Red Sox
(Based cn I decisions)
Schmidt, Cards
Shantz, Yank
Sanford, Phils
Bunning, Tigers
Grim, Yanks
Donovan, While
Jones, Cards
Derek Ibbotson
Breaks World
Mile Record
LONDON. July 20 (UP) A
youngster from the British Air
Force has made tracir. niswry.
Derek Ibbotson broke the rec
ord for the one-mile event ana
three others In the race also fin
ished under the four-minute
barrier. It is the 20th time the
mile has been run in less than
four minutes. .once thought an
impossible feat,
ibbotson's time waa three-
minntM R7 and two-tentn sec'
nnrf. in ft track meet at London.
This is eight-tenths or a aecona
faster than the three-58 clock clocking
ing clocking turned in by John Landy of
Australia in June of 1954.
Ron Delanev, the Villanova
transfer student from Ireland,
ran the mile in three-minutes,
58 and eight-tenth seconds yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, atanislav Junewirth of
Czechoslovakia ran it in three-59-one,
and Ken Wood of Eng England
land England waa clocked, in three-59-three.
It is the third time the 23-year-old
Ibbotson was done un under
der under four minutes and Roger
Bannister, now a doctor, was
the first miler to break four min minutes
utes minutes when he turned in a three-59-four
effort three years ago.
Duke Gets 4 Goals
In Rain To Lead
Team To Victory
(UF)iA heary thunderstorm
hit Clreeneester Park
ground, Gloucestershire, yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon during
semi-final of the County Cup
National Tournament, in which
the Duke of Edinburgh was
playinf for Windsor Park
gainst Polo Cottage
Drenched, the players ear ear-rie
rie ear-rie and Windsor rare
conceding lasiVj rl
handicap), wen easily y 1
t and W. ;
The Duke waa top seorer
with four, .
(Chapters 7-9)

Stoneham Confirms
To Take NY Giants

HOW TO PLAY Sara Snead got out of this trap with the
kind of picture book shot which left bystanders wondering

now anyDoay could nave trouble with this easy game galled

.jou. oneaa s iorm makes it look

Panama Rod And Reel Club
Marlin & Sailfish Tourney

The Panama Rod and Reel Club
has announced the following caten
as will ba awarded prizes in the
Fifth International Marlin and Sail
fish Tournament which started on
Monday and will last through Aug.
Marlin Black, striped and oth
Line Test
1st and 2nd
30 lb.
1st and 2nd
1st and 2nd
1st and 2nd
(b) Striped
(c) Other
50 lb.
' 80 lb.
20 lb.
50 lb.
80 lb.
10 lb.
50 lb.
80 lb.
Ladies Class 1st and 2nd Lare
est Marlin (any kind) Unlimited
Make Shark
1st Unlimited
1st and 2nd 12 lb.
1st and 2nd 20 lb.
Bob Wiesler Hurls
Richmond To 5-2
Win Over Columbus
NEW YORK, July 20 (UP)
Southpaw Bob Wiesler, anotner oi
Eddie Lopat's International League
pitching proteges, may be wearing
a Washington senator unuorm a a-aain
aain a-aain anr day now.
The Richmond Virginian' age, on
31-hour recall ootion from the
Senators, hurled a nifty five-bitterS
Friday night as tne vees tnppea
Columbus, 5-2, to remain but a
half came off the leaeue lead.
"Wees." like .Jim' Coates and
Marty Kutyna, two other Lopat
pupils, gets better with each out
inc. in registering nis nimn in
uraph Friday night, he stretchel
bis consecutive complete game
victory string to three and has
allowed just four runs In bis last
27 inninei.
Other action aaw Toronto clobJ
er Montreal, 11-0 in a completion
of a June 2 suspended came. Mon
treal won the regular contest,. 4 3
in 11 innmgs. Ray Herbert scat scattered
tered scattered five hits in pitching his But
falo mates to. a M victory over
Rochester and Vicente Amor outi
lasted three Miami huriers aa he
pitched Havana to a 3-0 11 innings
tnumpb -over tne mi runs.
USS Hyman Quintet
To Play Rodman 5.
Monday at. Balboa.
- -
One of the VS. Navy stips, the
U.S.S. Hvmaa now visiting the
Canal Zone whT previde a basketi
ball team to play the Rodmaa Nav
al Base team oa Monday, July zz
at 7:30 p.m. r "
The came will he pTSyed at the!,
Balboa YMCA-USO and wifl be
pea not only to military personne
but aire to the. public without

i charge,'


as simple as putting on a hat.
1st and 2nd 40 lb
1st and 2nd 40 lb.
Ladies Class 1st and 2nd I
largest. .Unlimited.
Most sailfish released in one day
by a fisherman cn 50 lb. Ls or
under. : '-
1 hard luck or eonaolation prise
Largest, ether species
4 Prizes . .Dolphin 12 lb. 20
id. so lb. and 50 lb.
Tuna 1st
Wahoo 1st
Ainberjack 1st
Most outstanding -catch of tour tournament
nament tournament a trophy, awarded by
the Manama Hod and Reel Club
Note:, 1 Fish 1 Prize.
Media LunaWps
Jamaica In Polo
Semifinal Match
(UP) Media Luna, the Argen
tine Polo Cluo beat Jamaica by
five-and-a-half goals to three in a
serai-final tie of the Country Cuj
here today.
The Jamaicans surprised Medir
Luna at the atart, getting three
goals during the first cnukka. The
Indian player Rao Raja Hanu
Singh, in his best fornv got two
of them.
(But the Argentinians, who re
ceived half a-goal on handicap,
rallied to lead three-and-ahalf- to
three at the end of the second
cliukka. -
Media Luna added two more
early in the third chukka, and
with the Jamaicans missing chanc
es in the last chukka, which was
goal-less, the Argentine club ran
out comfortable winners.
In Sunday's final. Media Luri
wiU meet Windsor. Park, led
Prince Philip. In today's otiie
semi-final Windsor Park earl
beat Polo Cottage by ten goala.
iwo-and-a half.
Media Luna again played Pete
Dollar in place of Guuiermo Gonf
without-apparent effect to the bal'
ance of the team.
CFII Lisls Games
To Be Broadcaii
M J ' ....
Over HexIWeek
i t v -' i .'
CFN has ennewneed thn fllw
in major league bMa II srd.
east schedwl fr rh period Ju July
ly July 19 through Jury 29. Any ebeng
in th brMdcat ecnul will
b anrwunted vr Panorama
cm niahf at :4$ avm.
Tedayt Yankeoa va Cbv4noS
at 1:M p.m. v-
July it: Milwaukee vs-Ciaiws
t, 1:01 .m. --- -
July 22t Mall F I'm Game
at l:M avm. CMeag WbKt.SM
vs Cardinal. .
Jury 23: Giant Cutx at l:Jt
July 24:Chlg' v Yank
at .1:90 pjn. .' -July
25: CMceg vt .Yank
at 1:U p.m.
July 24:. Phillies vs Cubs at
: '1:30 p.m. ; .
July 27: BreoMyw rs Ckkwv

- ."srt al 1 p.av

To Frisco

NEW YORK (UP)-It'i official!
the Giants are Clearing oat of
New York and heading for San
Francisco where they plan to
open' for business .next April.
Club President Horace ; Stone'
ham put it right on the line dur
ing a Polo Grounds' press confer
ence Thursday. He said tnis wut
be the Giants last year in new
Jfork. And he cited "a steady de
crease in income" along -wnp
"transportation and parking prob-
liems" as the main reasons for
The only major detail still to be
ironed out. Stoneham said, is the
financial proposition San Francis
co city omciais wiu ouer me
Frisco Mayer Pleased
In Los Angeles, Mayor George
Christopher of San Francisco, ob
viously pleased oy stonenams
statements, said he planned to
leave for New York tonight where
he intends to 'confer with the
Giants' president.
Stoneham said he was going to
recommend to the Giants' board
of directors that the club set up
shoo in 'San Francisco next sea
son "providing we get a good deal
from that city.
San Francisco officials, it Is
known, are prepared to meet the
Giants' terms.
Stoneham said the Giants would
be interested in paying 6 or 7 per
cent of the gate receipts as the
rental fee for a Oau pane m Dan
TV Not Chief Lure
As for the potential television
revenue in San Francisro, Stone Stoneham
ham Stoneham insisted that Was not the
chief lure for the Giants.
"Pay or toll TV, or whatever
you call it, is not the prime rea-:
son for our wanting to move," he
said, "true, we are being offered
more money than we get now
from our television sponsor, but if
we get a good deal in San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, we'll take it even withoht
that closed-circuit TV."
Stoneham said the Giants would
be willing to play in the present
Baals' stadium 4intil a new ne is
On The Alleys. .
. av.
w nonor moss wno nw imi
Un.. t t.n oln. fnr hiffh eamea.
high series and averages, but there
is one person in every league that
very often docs not get his or her
a ,. Mm r
uioi av
When a bowler gets through, ho.
or sne takes off the footwear' ana
oacks away the ball either in a 1
elated or dejected lasmon aepena aepena-ine
ine aepena-ine udol the night's performance
He or she is through until the next
time, but, there is on memner
of the league, namely the pencil
tnter or secretary: the euv or gal
who is generally the first arrival
and the last aeparte irom me
bowling center.. y
The' -bowler, when .he either
marks or blows in the last frameH
rushes home or relaxes over a
cool drink, but the noor nencil to
ter is stuck until the last ball i.
thrown either for a strike or
the gutter, and all the score sheets
are computed.
Also, the pencil toter 1st. ill not
jthrough because in the interven
ing aayt ne naa a 101 01 aaaing,
multiplying and dividing to do. Let
him miscalculate and record the
wrong outnut for some bowler and
he haa that irate kegler of kegleW
ette on his neck, ready to scah
him. In fact an average bowler
would saualk less it some on
took his bankroll, but take away
a put iron' a bowler s average ana
vou have a mator calamity, f
Yet without averages, high
games, high series bowling would
oe sirippea 01 um xu uiuuu, w
interest, of iU driving force. Al
though ail of us guard our a vera g-
es wore thsn Jack Benny does
ms Danxrou, once ia wuuc
pause and pay tribute to the pen
cil pusher in your league. Be
more tolerant if he makes a boo'
boo. Remember, he looks after all
the averages in the league, where
as you have only your, to, worry 1
It you are captain of your team
make sure the the score sheet is
legible, the numerals clear and
concise. If you hav a. vblindH
mark H plainly. If yours is a baay
dicap league, the pencil toter has
that added burden of coming up
with the correct handicap.; Other Otherwise,
wise, Otherwise, the roof cavea in.
To top this, if the pencil pusher
is also Mr. or Mrs. Money Bags
(treasurer) in your loop, it means
some more headaches collecting
the dough, paring off the manage-)
ment, tipping the pin setters, bank-!
ing the grew stuff or silver, ai-
locating It for prize, etc. But tbe tbe-big
big tbe-big bugaboo la collecting the
dough, because there is always
one in the crowd that forgets to
pay promptly .. 4 I
AIT in all, the pencil pusher of
your league needs a pat oa the
back, and if your writer had any
say ia the American bowling Con Con-gross
gross Con-gross he would vote to give very
bowling secretary an extra strike
per game to compensate for 'the
mental anguish h er she suffers.
And when the poor soul pssses
on. he would enter bowlers' hea heaven,
ven, heaven, where there are no splits, so
cherries but only strikes, even if
yo hit the head pin right ea the
beak. ,.',,


"- f National League
Teams r ,W L Pet.. GB
MUwauket - ,?51 37 ,.580
Rriwilrlvn 1 i
49 37 .570 1
St. Louis ; ;-Cincipnat!
Cincipnat! ;-Cincipnat! Philadelphia'
New York
Pittsbvirgh .''-li.
48 38 .558 2
49 39, .557 2
48 39 ,.552" 2tt
40 47
.34 .55
28 .55
.460 10
J37. 20V4
. Nafional League
Chicago at Brooklyn
Milwaukee at New York ..
i Cincinnati; M Philadelphia
St.' Louis .at Pittsburgh
. National Leagut
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 010 000 002-3 7 1
New York : 000 100 0001- 7 t
Conley (34) and Crandall.
Antonelli (9-8) and Katt, West
rum. ,' '.
St. Louis '-i 000 000 000 0 9 3
Pittsburgh 201 012 lOx 7 12 1
V." McDanlel (44), Merritt, Sch-
: . i r il
miui ana, Lianariin.
Law-(6-4) and Peterson.
fNieht'GameY 1
Cincinnati 002 050 0007 15 0
Philadelphia 100 010 000-2 4 1
Nuxhall (4 6), and Burgess.
Sanford (l2-3),,Morehead, Miller,
Cardwell and- JLonnett. i ,
(Twilight Game) 1
Chicaeo 001 000 100 13 4 0
Brooklyn 100 000 010 4-6 10 0
Elston (2-3), Littlefield, L o w n
and Neeman.
Koufax, Bessent, Labinev(4 ,6);
and Campanella., Jloseboro.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 102 000 3 0
Brooklyn -101 102 OOx 5 7 0
Poholsky (1-5), Kaiser ana su-
Golfers Claim
In Golf Is 300
ivTfWfftnio itTPi Jm Tako It
from the big hitters playing la the
PGA golf championship today, the
biggest fallacy in golf la tho 300
yard drive. i
.irnrtr normal .conditions, wiia-
. r .-1 . m ju
out tne snot Deingyaownmi witu
the wind behind It, there atnt no
uch thing.
. Tnt's the opinion of top pros,
mcludne such sluaKers as Slam-
min' Sammy Snead and Mike
Souchak, the new PGA driving
champion. -Souchak
won the-PGA tee title
as the current match play tourna
ment got under way witn an av average
erage average of 243 yards." Snead was
second with a 240-yard average.
With more than 100 of the na nation's
tion's nation's top pros competing in the
drivine chamnionshin. it is rather
amazing .that the longest ball of
any one which was struck was a
254-yard, 10-inch- belt by Mike
Krak of Morgantown,
Even the Women pros have been
heard to toss around such, tee shot
claims as-250 to 270 yards and
- Snead figures they have to be hit-
ting off the top of Pike's Peak. ;


60a. 10.
7:00 9:00

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ttlASON lUia.a..MLtXA5irjOO

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I Im.l.iH I ..mi.

W L Pet. OB
New York
Cleveland 11
Detroit"' -Baltimore
Kansas City u
Washington "3;
58 28' .680
52 34. 605 ft
47 41,53412
44 43 ,506 1444
43 44'494 15H
42 44 .488 .16
"32.7 H. 3726 ; :'
30 60 O3l30
.'Today.Oames1" y
' American Laagu : 4
Boston at CHicago ?S. :V-"f
Baltimore at Kansas ClityV f
Washington, at Detrdt
New Yorki CIeyelanct :
American League
(Night Game) :'
New York 200 100 5109 IS 0
Cleveland 000 000 100r-l 4 1
Ford (5-1), Ditmar.and Berra.
Mossi (7-4), -Daley, Garcia and
(Night Game) V
Boston 003 000 110-5 I
Chicago 000 002 0002 6 0
Nixon (7-5). Delock and White.
Pierce (13-6), LaPalma and
Moss; ,: ,:.!.'..
(Night Game) ..t
Washington 000 001 000 8 0'
Detroit 120 100 OOx 4 8 2
Ramos (6-8),. Hyde, Helse an d
Foytack (10-9), Byrd and House."
(Night Game) J '.
Baltimore 001 001 011-4 8 0
Kansas City 000 000 1012 Til
Loes (10-4) and Triandos, Gin Ginsberg.
sberg. Ginsberg. 1
Garvei (4-9), Urban and Smith.
vera, Neeman. -.
Maglie (4-2). Roebuck and Rost-j
boro. , ;
Top Fallacy
Yard Drive
"VP CD ani jvubv in uuua
under aormai-conditions snynooy,
is going to bit that ball more than
260 to 265 yards,", h insists.
"Maybe George Bayer. eould-;hit
it 300 yards because I've seen
him carry 250 yards." assarts
Souchak. "But I would have to
guess that even 'Big Moose can't
1 -ii i.1 MA Mff t .-J.
uo oeiier wait ov i ami 7rua
But he's In a class all by him himself
self himself and the average for any, top
hitter would be closer to 2Q0
yards." '- r
"Nobody is going to hit the ball
300 yards," Tommy Bolt asserted,
"And I don't think that even Bay
er ia going to hit over-275 yards:
on the flat, normal fairway."
Leland Gibson, summed it up
succinctly: "Qn the flat, with a
good carry and run, the best of
your pros won't average better
than 250 yards."
So the next time- some guy tells
you about hia 300-yard blast, tell
him to get out his money and his
measure. Unless, of course, he s
standing on top of the Empire)
State Building.
With nun to Ihf up to-V
tf past to 4V down
A fKdtf eoJd-yd kHI
and th tenanting ofiif A
4 How ha bad to atand anfji 1
BgM or turn an4tnt r ;


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SATURDAY; JULY 20,' 195)

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FORT ROBBI MIXED LIAGUSitwo finger Ebonite on the rpdafj

Deara wnen w nit me w marx.
T1 Fort Robbe Mixed Bowling Richardson iiad a 568. Leidner 563.

League ?nded competition after 1M Ruasell 543 and only Brow i ies in connection with the Cardi


iaL-a nf nlav last week,

a wn held at the Elks

Cfub Friday. July 12, in honor o;

th. td manv nrizes

wera awarded.. The memberi of

th Uiffu sftlected silver as prizes

for the winnin teams and indivi

dual high acoies. Capt. reter itsasn itsasn-ai,
ai, itsasn-ai, outgoing president and now
an ABC representative, made the
First : place team prizes went to

Ma, and Mrs., ai Hume ana ipi.

and Mrs.tJ)ick Leslie

Second place team prizes went

to Lt. and Airs. Leroy marun,JCK

Sullivan and: reari simms

Cantain Jack Morgan posted the

liiffh men's average-with a 160

whilsBernlce Da vise ODmd the

hieh game honors among me

women with a 152 mark.

i suzia r,vnnsuanseBrnaa w

eei'ieratcn.TnarK oi w
the omen, white Dlek Sullivan

posted 564 to leaa me men m me

s ami category.

Hettni; Maftillo took- high game
cratch laurels with a 215. Hubert

Sheimerd had a 235 to ieaa me

men in this area

High -aeries with handicap went
to s Dot' Carney with a 591, with

Phil Ludo posting a 627 series to

tak men's honors in this field.

Jf in Hume uosted the hlehest

game with handicap with a 226 for

tne (women, ana uon uoiareu uu

a 244 to take the men s nanaicap


NEW YORK (NEA) Alvin Dark

smacked hU hps walking down the
clubhouse steps and back into the
Polo Grounds.
The old ore had. showed them.

When the Giants traded their cap

tain a year ago, it was gently hint hinted
ed hinted that Dark wasn't covering the
ground he ence did. As a short short-Rtnn.
Rtnn. short-Rtnn. hid arm wan alwavs faulted.

Now they said thai there was less
bounce in his legs. ':- '':,-w
Silt at 35, Dark is having one of
his best years and the surprising
Cardinals were out in front and
winging. ( ,
Pennants follow Dark around! He

helped the Boston Braves to one
in 1948- SDarked the Giants to two

iu, '51 and '54. Now he confidently
extiecta the Red Birds to make

him one of the mighty few players
who have been on four champion-1

ship clubs in three amerent towns.
The St. Louis club finished 17

games out last season and didn't t

get coins thw trip untu late way.
but Dark insists that he was high!

on the outfit from the start.

"It takes 25 men to win a Pen'

nant -and the Cardinals have
them,"- aays the all-round Beauty

of the Bayous. "We have balance,
pitching and a defense to. go with
power hitting and a bench."


shortstopping isn't any different

than it was when he was helping

the Braves and Giants to flags,

"Everybody looks better when

the club is winning." he points out

"The Giants who swept the World

series of '54 narmy were tne great greatest
est greatest club ever, put together, but they

certainly looked tne part."
Stsrtinc with Stan Musial's bold

bid for his 'seventh National

League batting champiosnhip,

there are several interesting stor



if. f 1




miIa siiiiiii
- t
" ,'
- f


r rrtNVFRSATIOM PIECE Yogi Berra's visitinr hours start with ach New York Yankee
Auimvcko i 'y.S.'rrTTi. SI i5.v. "u. v.t wunom hs all th answers. The

: KdirTbT Kto

slipped" to i lowly 498. For the

losing Lbs Rios -Dick Soyster join
ed the elite club with a 608 and
Don Rudy with a 548. Curly Kilgal Kilgal-len's
len's Kilgal-len's 600 was bis swan song for a
short while, because he wilt be

among the missing for the next

four or so weeks.

Redman 3 Ceroid 1


.vhl LhUi ii named the

most" improved woman bolwer,

raising her average 13 points dur during
ing during the competition. Lt. Jim Claim
in a the competition. Lt.-? Jim

Clauoch-was named the most im

proved man biwJer, raising his av
erage pine points.

Teams W
Albrook Flyers 43
Rodman Flyera 29
Clayton Carbines 29
Ancon Anchor 28
Eiablo Devils 25
s Rios Rivera 24
Cocoli Palms 23
Corozal Chiefs 20
Farfan Fans 20
Curundu. Comets 1"
Amador Sailors ' I8
Balboa Boas v : 13

The Rodman Rollers. after s

poor start, really got rolling and

cebbered the Corozal Chiefs in the

next two cames and total sins.

They won on the second sheet by

zuz pins, on tne third sneet reveal.

ed a Roller's 123 advantage, and
tops of 268.
This kept the Rollers in second
place deadlock. The big chief was
Bowers with 466, whereas Rod-'

man Rollers roster was sprinkled

nals' upsurge. There is the arrival

of Don Blasingame as a trickout

playmakcr at second base and a
top lead-off man, among the league
leaders iu runs scored and stolen

ANY TALK ABOUT the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals now winds up' with; the re remarkable
markable remarkable bonus babies, the Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel brothers Lindy 21 and

Von 18.

"I've never seen a pitcher like

Von, a loose-jointed, long-armed
kid," says Dark. "He'd, have won

a fifth straight came against Cin

cinnati. but it waa awfully hot and

the boy was working witn tnree

days rest Fred Hutchinson sus

nected he might be tired, so re

lieved him in the eighth and Sam

Jones got the credit.

"Neither Lindv nor von over

nower hitters. They are control

Woods Sfepped Into Majors;

Slide From the

Hip Pays Off


with a quartet over 500; Toland 'pitcher a with stuff, not throwers.

540. Klump 51. Todd 507 and Gra

ham '503. ..U: ;
Clayton S Dlable 1 '".rT
. The Clayton Carbines' also got
Soor start, when the Devils' from
liablo took the first set bv 18 Dins.

After that it was all Carbines .des

pite the fact that Billy the Kid Cof

fee, hi: for a mark that is getting

10 oe repetitious namely a eis se series.
ries. series. ;
. Outside of Billy no other Diablo
approached the 500 mark.. On the

other hand, Carbine's-. Chuck Al-i

meaa neiota ms average with a

581 tally, and the Softball twlrlcr

uutcn Lane registered 543.

Ancen 4 Balboa I

The Anchors were not draccine

this week but the iBoas were.. Net

result Ancons accepted four easy
points. Les Pahl paced the Anchors

with his 559 set followed by Mr.

3 a u, cowling Bud Baicer's 508,
whose ball lust was not behaving

just right. Fur the cellar occupy

ing Boas, who have the pit all by
themselves, only Sully Sullivan

went over tne 500 mark, a cute


Farfan 3 Ceceli 1

With two new faces in their line

up, the Fans breezed by the Coco Cocoli
li Cocoli Palms for two points but the
Palms swayed back for two games

oy cioee margin. For tne reorgan reorganized
ized reorganized Fans Barney Barnick tabbed

92 563 and Malek 542. The Palms

Llndv cai throw- a little harder

and is more of a low ball pitcher

than Von."
TY of pitching to go with the phen phenomenal
omenal phenomenal Oklahoma youngsters Vin Vinegar
egar Vinegar Bend Mizell, Willard Schmidt,
Larr-y Jack'on, Jones, Herman
Weh-neier, Murry Dickson and
Hoyt Wilhelnu
Baseball is a game of momen momentum,
tum, momentum, aa you no doubt have heard,
and the Cardinals have had that

too in more recent weeka traveling

at a .667 pace.
This could be the Gas House

Gang all over again, right down to

the pair of brothers wno can t wait
their turn to get in there and pitch.

Chicago's 1951 World Series

team lost its first round game to
San Bernardino, Calif., but the
kids left a good impression here.

Everybody commented on how
much their hitters stepped into
instead of away from the pitch.

The first impression was right...

in the case of Jim Woods, anyway.

Woods has just been signed by the

Chicago Cubs after finishing

school at Lant Tech High. The
Cubs sent a pitcher to the minors

to make room lor Woods, an out




Five .leading averages for 11


Coffee 201, Almeda 182. Balcef

182, Toland ,181, Lane ui.

Operating 'if two shifts because

trf the lanes' being refinished, it

was a lonf stid dreary night for

the summer bowlers at the (Bal

boa Bowparens Thursday night.

Starting t :30 the boards took a
terrific pounding Ainlil 11:30.
Those -who- bad the endurance to

last the five hours at the ten pin

house witnessed some superb roll

ing but they also saw some ol not-

ao-good quality. When all the chin;

were turned into the pencil toter
. or keeper of vital statistics the

t,eam standings in the loop remain

ed practically uncnangea. -v
, lhreok 4 Les'ltles I
. The Flyers continue to be a prpb
- lem with -which the league cannot
cope. No matter -hew well the op
postiori operates the Fivers do bet bet-,
, bet-, ter. Thursday, heyictim was the
Los Rios ouintet Tne rivers were
crerflowing with" strikes and
snares but tone avail, because th

Flyera devasted the scenery with

their supersonic, jet propelled pint

point bembinp ef the -maple pins

to the tune of a sew. league rec

Last week ther- chalked tin V.

team total of 2764 and this week:

O Bey lopped and the ew mark
s 2772. In defense of the Rivers,
hey swept lie boards for a com

mendable 2560 which was the sec

had two heroes in form of Earl

iBle vins 536 and Gnldeks 510.
Amader 2 Curwndw 1
The curtain finale of the evening
saw Curundu close shop with a
whinperdo rally. In the last frame

of the list game they put togeth together
er together li marks ot edge the Amador
Sailors by 18. They also won the

opener by 13 pins, but the sailors

conked the com eU by nearly 100

pins m the md -game, enough to

insure them. two points.

The new a Jdition for .the sailors.

in the form of Hele romped away

witn the honors in this oead heat
with a 564. Sailor Mike Mikulik had
a 514 and the misplaced airman
iq the Naval lineup Bob Morrow-

nad 504. The Comet a best were

Hassler's 522 and. Voice Sturges, a

504.;- ; -y . .
-Honor RoIW ; X- "i
W0 aub Coffee618, Soyster 608
Kikallen 600. 200 aub Richard

son 218. Leidner .217, Kilgallen t)

203. 231: Soyster 224, Klumpp 218

Coffee 258. Lane 220, Almeda (2)
202. 212: Baker 202, Male 202

Barnick 201. Blevina 208, Hassler

208 Hele 235. t
, .. :-: ' t

Schedule for next week Those

oa the first shift starting 6:30

Written far NEA Service

Golf la a came of mistakes from

start to finish. But aome people
make one before they even start.
When they tee up the ball for

their first drive, they put the wood wooden
en wooden tee solidly into the ground, then

Slace the ball on it. Many times
ier might as well leave the ball

on the ground. That's how far

down they jam the tee.


time of year when; adults coach'

ing LL teams begin to realize how
much they .don't know about

teaching baseball and with it,

Mickey McConnell has been get

ting a lot of requests for advice.

"Stick to basic moves," McCon

nell. the LL field director and lor

mcr Brooklyn farht chief,' aays.

"Miding. lor example. When you

have boys front eight to 12. it's

tne best time to get them doing
it. They're closer to the ground
than they'll ever be and tney're

not airaia. Most oi em are turn

bling -around half the time any

"Practice if the only way. Make

sure they come in on one hio with

Doxa hands and leet off the ground.

Alter that, practice. A big thing is
to have them thinking correctly a-

bout it. Never hesitate before you

slide. And always slide into sec

ond, and .third, run to first and
home. It's a good rule. You can
run to- a bate quicker than you
can slide. But you have to hold the
bag at second and third. Once the
boy thinks this way, he'll react

naturally and slide when there Is
a play on him at the plate, But

he'a got to realize that's the only

time to slide at home."

toward -the .bag to grab a line
drive. He gloved it, then saw the
runner from, .second was way off
the bag. Tom fqreed him- He turn turned
ed turned and ,'ipund the Legion runner
from first sheepishly standing half halfway
way halfway between first, and second.
Tom ran over, tagged him out and
before he knew what was up, had

an unassisted triple play.

When Barry Tushin hit a pop fly
rfaurti tVimi -firct hooa Tina it eaam 1

w aa Mao au f wno a. a v.. jv evill
ed the North Walfham, Mass., LL

contest between the Braves and

Yankees would remain in a 1-1 tie

But the sun was out and nobody

could see the easy chance. Result
three runs scored.

How can you teach kids to han

die flies hit into the sun? "They
just have to work on shielding
their eyes with the glove," Mc-

uonneii says. "This is a thing

boy either picks up or he. doesn't.

It's awfully hard to teach. And
who has. money for baseball sun

. it v ....

The Phils in the Ashland, Pa.,
loop got 10 hits and three walks

in one inning for 11 funs and

final .21-9 victory, which seemed

wild enough until the Pirates

came back the next night to win,
17-10, thanks to 12 errors by the



ards, second baseman for the Hor


rich had one valid idea in his

printed debate with Bob Feller ov

er the value ui Little League. Hen

rich thinks the adults interfere
with the kids too much. "Every

adult male believes he s a base

ball expert." Tommy says, "and

he tries to use Little Leaguers as

pawns when he manages them

Here he s been second guessing

major leaguers all his life and he
wants to try his brains out first

hand with kids. It takes the fun

away from them."'
Feller offers this rebuttal: "The
boys are learning life at an early
age. Under these conditions( prop proper
er proper supervision) it has to help, rath-

nell, N. Y., Kiwanis nine, moved er than binder, them."

PAAF League s
2 Top Teams
Cop Victories

Both the leader and the runner

up team copped victories in Wed

nesday night's i anama Area Arm
ed Forces league basketball ac

tion, as the league leading Fort

Clayton Cavalers edged the Fort

Kobbe Regulars 74-65 and the Al

brook Flyers mauled the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Troopers 101-59.
The Clayton-Kobbe encounter at
the Kobbe gym was a close one all

the way with Clayton's height

proving to be the deciding fac'or

late in uie came as e sam Wil

liams and 3 vern Uemons pour

ed in 18 last period points be

tween them to pull away from the
game Kobbe five.
Williams was the game's high

scorer with 24 tallies with Clemons

runner-up with 20 markers.

Kobbe s balanced attack was led

by forwards Fred Johnson and Ed
Scarlett with 15 and 14 points res


At the Albrook gymnasium the

Albrook Flyers spread their scoring
out over 13 men with guard Ron
Pearson and forward Don Johnson
leading the way with 14 and 13

markers respectively, as they

rolled up a phenomenal 101.59 win
over Amador.

The Amador squad was paced

by forwards Mike Rivera and Herm

Daniel with 15 and 13 poitns respectively.

This was tr.o second time mis

year that Albrook has gone into

triple figures against Amador as

they rolled up a 116-67 win over

these same Troopers on June 15.

Fresco Thompson tried to drop about '$109,000 In Metropolis;
HI., a few weeks ago, and couldn't spend the money. The Dodg Dodger
er Dodger faVm boss bad Intended to hire Bob Taylor, 18-year-old higb
school catcher who took a $120,000 bonus to join the Braves.
Thompson, and agents of other clubs, didn't, have, muctt
chance against wld Matthews of the Braves. Taylor and m
teammates were dressed in Cub uniforms which Wid had passed
down while he was at Cnicago. Matthews- mother was bom
and raised in Metropolis. That meant they just listened to us,
and then went back to W!d," Fresco recalled glumly
American money wasn't worth much that day without t
Metropolis pedigree.
The Dodgers generally shy from bonus boys. They haven't
signed one since Sandy Koufax, for the '55 season. This pitcher
lived In Brooklyn, and where Fresco was able to back up cash'
with friends who had lustrous Flatbush genealogies.
Cost 200 G to Develop
Kouax shows flashes now and then, but of the 21 junior
capitalists who accepted more than the $4000 limit In '55, only
Lmdy McDaniel is outstanding. When the Cards got lucky twice
v.ith brother Von McDaniel this year, other clubs thought ot
risking another gamble in the bonus market.
Of course a McDaniel is a bargain at $50,000. "I'd estimate,?
said Thompson, "that it costs $200,000 to develop a good major
league prospect through the farm system. On the other hand,
there is no way to be sure you are right with a bonus boy, and
$100,000 is a considerable Investment. That is 10 per cent of the
net home gate for some clubs." ;
Just how much can be judged in an 18-year-o!d high school
player to make him a high premium baby? Why was Taylor
worth $120,0000?
"If he can't run or throw at 18, of course you throw him
out," Thompson explained. "JHe never will learn. Taylor can run
and has t.h arm

"He is a catcher, which means you get a good Idea of hla
mechanical sklMs In one game. He crouches close in there un under
der under the hitter, and he knows where the foul tips are going, whicn
means he doesn't blink his eyes.
- J-'
Some Poor Risks
"We know he isn't ifoing to hit in the majors right away;
Fresco concluded "but you watch for obvious faults. If he isn't
afraid, doesn't miss the pitch too often, does have a short stride
and a steady, ready bat, if his tail doesn't fly out well you Pay
your money .and take a chance." ...
The risk was vividly Illustrated last winter by the list.cof
Players who might be drafted by any interested club, lor $4000
to $15X000. Paul Pettit. rittsburrh's SlOO.OOn nitMier

vallable as a .236 eutfielder. He didn't pitch or hit. The v
kees left Ed Cereghlno, $60,000 pitcher, unprotected. Frank Le Le-ja,
ja, Le-ja, $45,000 "successor to Lou Gehrig" at Yankee Stadium was
offered at $10,000 at a .207 hitter. The Red Sox had marked
down 877,000 Gerry Zimmerman, the White Sox $80,000 GttS
Kerhuakos, the Indians $30,000 Billy Joe Davidson, the Giants
$60,000 Joe Amalfitano, and the Orioles $36,000 Bruce Swango.
Most bonus boys do not click. However, Fresco wHl have
to out to learn whether he saved $100,000, or blew a bar-
galii because of the Wid Mathews Metropolis family tree.

That tee is there to give you
some height. Take advantage of it
bv teeing uo the ball aa high as

possible. The bail has to get up
into the air for a good drive and

a tee will help do the trick if

you don t bury it.


One vast this, dont walk off to

. r

one aide, iiex your muacies ana

get read; to crank yourself up
for a world beating drive. Yeu'll

never get it done that way. Just

relax and hit the ball naturally,

with an easy swing. Even use

bit less than full strength oa

Yeu'll get better results.


Written fer NEA ece
QUESTION: With a runner on

second base, the batter hits a

grounde-" te the shortstop. The
shortstop is be a line with the run-

nr when the ball hits the run

ner's leg. what happens here?

The rule aays a batter la out if hit
before the ball reaches the in field

er. But fie is even .with aunt here

George Darke.

kaptm. Rodman: L Rioa Ama

dor Coco! i. Balboa. Second shift- Answer The runner ta e. The
Clayton, Curundu, Corozal, Farfan,! rule meem the hall smn smh the

Albrook and Diablo. ,. .rrftkr.

Bowling tid bit: la 1926 Billy

md be lor the league ThursdavJKnox of Philadelphia suspended a
nigM. Fvery game the Albrook screen at th foul line. He could

er rr"- iw-t to mark.- -we tne- fans, em ee rouee a
Airman Lefty Kilgallen bad his'perfect game for 300. .,

Q. Under the infield Oy rule, ts
the batter automatically out if he
hits one that curves foul at the
last minute? Jack Decker. -
A. He. The infold fly rwie is fee I
fair halls enfy.

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FOR RENT: Brand new chalet,
Loma Alegre." 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, porch, hoi wa water
ter water installation. Call 2-2648,
PHILLIPS Oeoanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
AGAIN reservation availabla at
Shrapnol'f, Santa Clara Baaeh.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
baach houa. Ona mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
room, private bathroom and en entrance,
trance, entrance, quiet home. Bella Vista.
Phona 3-1817 from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Office space with
area of 26 square -meters. Pana Panama
ma Panama Insurance Company building
in Campo Alcgre. Air condition conditioned,
ed, conditioned, elevator, janitor service,
parking lot. Phone 3-0136.
Caribbean Command
J-3 Staff Officer
Receives Citation
Lt. Col. Robert J. MacDonald, a
plans officer on the Caribbean
Command J-3 staff, recently re received
ceived received a certificate of achievement
awarded for meritorious service at
the Infantry School, Fort Benning,
The certificate, presented to Mc
Donald by "K- en' George t.
Schalatter, assistant Chief of Staff
T was aw arded to him to Mai
Gen. N. 'E. Lynch, commander ofj
the Infantry Center, Fort Benning,
where the colonel served as an in instructor
structor instructor and chairman of the lead leadership
ership leadership committee before his as assignment
signment assignment here.
The citation was awarded for
meritorious service from October,
1953, to March, 1956.
A graduate of the Army Com Command
mand Command and General Staff College,
MacDonald is a rated paratrooper
and airborne infantryman. He was
the battalion commander of the
327th Glider Infantry of the 101st
Airborne Infantry Division in the
European Theater of Operations
from 1943 to 1946 and battalion
and regimental commander of the
27th Infantry Regiment, 35th In
fantry Division in Korea in luau
and .51.
His other awards and decora decorations
tions decorations include 4he Silver Star with
two oak leaf clusters, Bronze Star
with two ttak leaf clusters, the
Purple Heart and the Combat In Infantry
fantry Infantry Badge.
MacDonald has served in his
present capacity as a J-3 plans
officer since his arrival in the Can Canal
al Canal Zone in Mty, 1956.
Men Of Task Force
With Dance Sunday
A special dance, at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center in Balboa, tomorrow at 8 p.m.,
will honor the men of the U. S.
Navy Task Group who will have
shore leave in the Canal Zone this
week-end. These men are en route
back to the United States after
tour which included stops in sever
al South American ports.
This will be an extra orchestra
dance this month to which all
men of ithe military are invited.

I n D-Je.'UP) President Eisenhower to-

I.UV.UI Luiiic wuimJiday set out for an informal
T r C:J!houscwa.rnHng at the; nearby

I v vuiliucic I iiuuyinome or some new neighbors I
h a IL...I, nttt'bia 50n Lndamlly- ... i

A number -of local musical
groups have announced their in intention
tention intention of takine nart in the "Rat-
thtj of Bands" to be held next Fri-
, flat at the Albrook NCO Club.
Tfcfy include:
ttanny Bishop and the Jets: the
Starlights; the Cottonpickers: Al
jrartin and his orchestra; Victor
Hot and his orchestra; Darnly
Goodridgc and his orchestra; the
Gfy Spots; Al Lecky and his or orchestra;
chestra; orchestra; the Dixie Cats; Walter
Wdi and his orchestra.
pinners of 'the' coat est will vie
fosithe following prizes: First, $50
aft, four bookings; second, $25 and
ttb bookings; third, $14 and two
-bookings; fourth, $10 and two book

ATTENTION, a I.I Ju "bill
modem famished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT Spacious two-bad-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
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. Same,
but 2 bedrooms, furnished. Phone
office hours 2-0321, after office
hours 2-3525.
Leaving Isthmus, OPTION apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Bella Vista, I bed-liying
room, completely furnished.
44, corner Colombia St. in front
park, from 5-9 p.m. weekdays,
10-5 Sunday. Phone 3-1857.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartment with living room,
dining .room, kitchen, bath, three
dry closets, large front porch, etc.
Completely screened. Located in
"La Joya" Building. Rent $65.
Phone Pan. 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT. One bedroom nice nicely
ly nicely furnished apartment. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living room,
balcony, refrigerator, stove. Bella
Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 3-bedroom apartment,
living-dining room. Via Porras
No. 46.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
proper for bachelor. 1 68 Via Ba Ba-lisario
lisario Ba-lisario Porras.
Liquor Store Clerk
Murders Wife. Girl
In Lawyer's Office
A liquor store' clerk today was
held on charges of murdering his
estranged wife and 15-year old
stepdaughter in the office of at
torney Murray M. Chotiner, 1952
campaign manager for Vice Pres President
ident President Richard M. Nixon.
Police said Leo Aaron Lewie,
47, rushed into Chotiner's office
Thursday and fired a barrage of
shots from a Luger automatic pis pistol
tol pistol at his wife, Blanche, and the
stepdaughter, Minda Birnbaum.
Chotiner had left for home 15
minutes before.
Mrs. Lewie died instantly and
the girl died an hour later while
undergoing surgery.
Officers said Mrs. Lewie had
consulted with Chotiner earlier
about divorce action she was
bringing against her husband. Le Lewie
wie Lewie had been free on bail and
had been ordered to appear in
court Monday on charges of im immoral
moral immoral acts against the step stepdaughter.
daughter. stepdaughter. Lewie fled immediately after
the shooting and was captured
several hours later in a phone
booth at a miniature golf course.
He told police he was calling his
Police said Lewie admitted the
shooting. He told detectives he had
gone to the office to tell Chotiner
mat 'my wue better leave me;
alone." He said he intended to I
shoot himself in front of his wife
but that she grabbed a oair ofi
scissors and he opened fire with
the pistol. )
Eisenhower Visits
Son John, Family
In Gettysburg Home i
GETTYSBURG, Pa.. Julv 20
i ne rresiaenis son, Maj john
I fcisennower. and his family
moved Into their new house ad adjacent
jacent adjacent to the Elsenhower farm
for the first time this weekend.
The younger Eisenhower's new
home is a remodeled schoolhouse
that once was a part of the
President's farm.
Whether the President gave
the property to his son or sold
lt to him was a White House se secret.
cret. secret. White House press secre secretary
tary secretary James C. Hagerty said "It's
a family matter."
Aside from an expected visit
with his son In the new house,
the presidential order of the day
was golf.
The President rot in a fast IS
holes yesterday after flying from
the Capital. Later he entertain entertained
ed entertained his golfing companion and
neighbor. MaJ. Gen. (Ret.) Ar Arthur
thur Arthur S. Nevlro, at a cookout
blrthdav party celebrating Nev Nev-lns'
lns' Nev-lns' 64th bitrhday.
The Gettysburg Country Club
golf course showed the effects
of a 10-day lack of rain as the
President made his rounds in 89 89-degrea
degrea 89-degrea heat. J



BARDO Na. 2S "B" Street MORRISON h ot July


ue oeua vma ?ncaire.
FOR SALE: '56 Ford VS 4-dr.
Customline. Lew mileage. Call
5-308, Gatun.
FOR SALE: Used automobile
parts, including motors, for pas passenger
senger passenger cars and trucks. Acceso Acceso-rios
rios Acceso-rios Keytens, Calle 45 between
Via Espana and Trans-Isthmian
Highway, Phone 3-6993.
FOR SALE: Pick-up truck
"Fargo" Vi-ton 1951, com completely
pletely completely overhauled and painted.
Heurtematte y Arias Used Car
Lot, Phone 3-1933.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
Convertible, excellent condition.
Must sell at' bargain price.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop 2 -door Special, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Balboa 1993 or 4177.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge Club
Coupe, tinted glass, automatie
"Transmission, whitewall tires, tum
signals, 2-tone, radio, heater.
Top shape. Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
210 4-door sedan, 6000 miles.
"Bargain." Call 6-323 Saturday
or Sunday.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
Super 4-door. Financing can be
arranged. Call Cora. 85-2233,
after duty hours call Clayton
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairlano
500 Hardtop Coupe, FOM, radio.
1511 -A Akee St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, excellent condition,
radio and heater. Phone Albrook
86-3274 nights and Sunday,
86-6154 weekdays.
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2- 2451 2- 2562
, Learn Riding at
Riding fc Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
er by appointment.
General Agent
Gibraltar r.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates arid information
TeL Panama t-0558
7 leading
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any toot trouble, rorns, canoni canonists,
sts, canonists, ingrown toe nails, foot mas mas-use,
use, mas-use, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
J. Araemena Ave. S3-4S
Tel.' 3-2217
Across El Banco Naclonal



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FOR SALE: 25-cycle Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator, 9 cubic feetA
Balboa 1993 or 4177.
FOR SALE Double bed springs,
innersprins) martress,'4-pc. bam bamboo
boo bamboo living room set, G.E. wringer,
type washer 25-cyds), child's
wardrobe, hi-chair, kitchen; table,
vanity, aingle bed, odd tables,
chairs, 3-10 ft., 4-4' bamboo
blinds, 1949 Plymouth 2-door
sedan. 5341 -C, Diablo,
FOR SALE: Wonderful oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, full blooded Debormaft
dog, 7 months old. Leaving, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Hotel Colombia,
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. Ai,
Via Espana No, 37-41. Phone
FOR SALE: Air tank-compressor
and paint spray; 8" table saw
and blades; band saw;7 wood
lathe; drill press; 3 steel lock lockers
ers lockers All equipped with mow G.E.
motors, 60-cycle. Call Gamboa
FOR $ALE: Leaving. Selling
furniture: living room, dining
room; washing machine, stove,
refrigerator, excellent condition,,
reasonable price; 60-cycle elec electric
tric electric plant, 110-1800 watts; re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, "Claire" adding ma machine;
chine; machine; 1952 Station Wagon, 4
doors; dump trucks, 4 yards; Vi Vi-ton
ton Vi-ton stake body truck, 1947-46-41
models. Autoac Garage, 15th
and Melendes, Phone 1336, Box
1109, Colon.
FOR SALE:--Bendix automatic
-Washer (Economat), 60-cycle,
very good condition. 84-4147.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Chinese
dining room set. Box 86 Belboa,
FOR SALE: Garrard changer,
RC 80, 25-cycle, good condition.
Price $50. Phone 2-3651. 0420 0420-B,
B, 0420-B, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Occasional chairs,
leatherette, 2 red, 2 black, $5
ea.;parrot cage $5. Fort Clayton
87-5125. Qtrs. 516.
FOR SALE: Golf set, lady's.
Fourteen club and bag $10. Al Alee;
ee; Alee; brand new movie screen, tri tripod,
pod, tripod, and four bulb flood light
fixture. Balboa 2755..
Training Exercise
Scheduled By Army
For Next November
Exercise All-American, first of
a series of field training exercis exercises
es exercises scheduled to be held by the
Army during fiscal year 1958, will
take place at Tort Bragg, N. C.
during 15 days in November, De Department
partment Department of the Army announced.
Approximately 19,000 toops will
take part in the exercise, one of
several tests to be conducted by
the Army to achieve the degree
of armed readiness necessary to
meet its national defense demand.
Participating troops will include
the 83nd Airborne Division, an o o-perations
perations o-perations company of the 313th
U.S. Army Secrity Agency Battal
ion, both at Fort Bragg, a heli helicopter
copter helicopter company, and other units
designated by the maneuver direc
Primarjr purpose of Exercise
All-Amencan will be to train ele elements
ments elements of the 82nd in offensive and
defensive operations under assum assumed
ed assumed tactical conditions. The exer exercise
cise exercise will assume extensive tacti tactical
cal tactical atomic weapons capability for
both offensive and defensive units.
Beginning Spanish
Croup Study Class
Will Open July 29
A group study class in begin beginning
ning beginning Spanish will hold its opening
session Monday, July 29, at 7 p.m.
the Fort Clayton Education Cen Center,
ter, Center, it was announced this week.
The class is scheduled to meet
each Monday and Wednesday from
7 to 9 p.m. for a period of eight
Interested personnel may enroll
or receive further information by
calling the Fort Clayton Education
Center at 87-2161.
H,i.i n. f,.k
ealtn uUreQU UUD,

. Istructlon of a new itadlam meet-
IO Attend the Gianta needa. ?
. Christopher, accompanied by
At St Paul S Church W n1 W executive secre secre-MI
MI secre-MI Jl.TUUI 5 V-I1UIV.II Qwrft 3 Ajien, planned to
a. tv .m,.. i "top over here for two days en

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Church at am. tomorrow.
Other services will include the
celebration of Holy- Cornmuruoo. rt
C a.m. aad Santa Ceramunioa ,i

7:. Tb chjrch acbooi win be conierence wim me neaoa 01 ine
eooducted at 10:45 a.m. two baseball team. He Indlcat-
To close the day exercises there led, however, he would announce
k. vhtm .nA wnM at Tithe resulU at a Dress conference

p in. Archdeacoa L. B. Shirley will
ot&cut at all service ;

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Mahogany living
room set, coffee table (glass (glass-tap),
tap), (glass-tap), ceueh, dining table, four
chairs, porch furniture, Singer
sewing machine, refrigerator,
bedroom fifmlture, miscellane miscellaneous.
ous. miscellaneous. Lowest prices. Telephone
3-1857 Sunday 10-5 Vclock,
weekdays 5-9 p.m. - f-
FOR SALE-rt, gas stove, 4 burn burners
ers burners with oven, ate, nd ether
miscellaneous items.
Post Restaurant, ij .
FOR SALE:! child's wardrobe
dresser, mahogany $10. 5 4 34-D
Diablo. Phone 2-1247 Balboa.
Adults Teenagers Proteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
New Spanish course for English;
speaking people at University of
Panama from July 22 to Saptem-
bar, 5 Classes In morning hours
Monday, Wednesday end Thurs
day. Beginners, 8:30; intermedi intermediate,
ate, intermediate, 9:30; advanced, 10:30 a.m.
Emphas'S on conversation. Regis Registration,
tration, Registration, at Secretary's office.
CoLV.P. Knowles
Named As Assistant
Chief Of Staff G-1
Lt. Col. Wendell P. Kiiowles
has been named as the assistant
chief of staff, G-1, U.S. Army Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, replacing Col. Noel M.
Cor, who left the- command for
reassignment to Fitzsimmon Ar Army
my Army Hospital in Denver, Colo. Cot Cot-plans
plans Cot-plans to retire from active serv service
ice service late this month.
Knowles, former erecutive offi officer,
cer, officer, G-1, arrived in the Canal
Zone in August of 1956, coming
from the training division, office
of the deputy chief of staff of e e-pirajtldnjt
pirajtldnjt e-pirajtldnjt Washington D. C.
, The new G-1, who calls Green Greenwood,
wood, Greenwood, Del., his home, attended
Rutgers Univetslty -before enter entering
ing entering West Point. Since he was
graduated from the Military Aca Academy
demy Academy in 1941, Knowles has attend attended
ed attended the Field Artillery School, the
Command and General Staff
School and the Infantry School.
The colonel has seen stateside
dutp at Fort Sill, Okla.; Camps
Maxie and Swift in Texas; Camp
Cooke, Cal.; and Fort Bragg, N.C.
Overseas he was stationed in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, Korea and Brazil.
Included among Knowles' a a-wards
wards a-wards and decorations are the
American Campaign Medal; the
European-African-sMiddle Eastern
Campaign Medal; the World War
II Victory Medal; the Brazilian
Order of Military Merit (Grade
Cacalier); the Korean Service
Medal; the U.N. Service Medal;
and the National Defesne Service
Knowles lives at Fort Amador
with his wife, Carmen, and their
two children, Katherine, 10, and
Michael, 2.
'Frisco Mayor Sure
Gianls, Dodgers
Sel For California
NEW YORK, July 30 (UP)
Mayor George Christopher of
San Francisco arrived here to today
day today and said he was certain that
the New York Giants will move
to his city and the Brooklyn
Dodgers to Los Angeles next
He said he planned to talk
later today with Horace C.
Stoneham, president of the Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, and with Walter F. O'Mal O'Mal-ley.
ley. O'Mal-ley. Dodger president.
"I am prepared to make an
attractive offer to the Giants,"
Christopher said, "and I'm op optimistic
timistic optimistic about it being accepted.
I believe both teams will move
and that it will be simultan
He said he was prepared to ap
point a citizens' committee which
would guarantee the term of
his proposal, in addition to as-
,urln tne nr,t yWt irate, the
committee would back the con-
rout to the national mayors'
at Whit Sulphur
SDnnro. w. va. ---- ;
. ...
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rPwt he went directly to toe
8t MorlU HoteL He aaid he did
no iw u Hiw m

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vThe FATIMA PHARMACY lo located
cated located at Mereaa"r El Ray, eHara
efficient filling ef prescriptions
and home delivery service. Phono
j-1416. J
ATTENTION: Gambee Residents
-TV Service calls on TUES TUESDAYS
DAYS TUESDAYS ONLY- $6.50. Las Cum Cum-bres
bres Cum-bres residents en THURSDAYS
ONLY $6.50. Fert Kobbo calls
$5.50. Local area calle continue
at $3.50. Phono U.S. Toloviiioa
Panama 2-4616.
1-minut eor. wash $J, steam
cleaning, of meter $5, waxinf of
cart $5. Aute-BaKo,Trans-lith-misn
Highway near Soars. :
The host dinners and drinks
are served in our modorn air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International; "Pla "Pla-to
to "Pla-to S de Mayo.
: Far 'fast officiant repair service
en all outboard, motors and 2 2-cycle
cycle 2-cycle enfines. Call LOWE, S.A.,
phena 3-541 1, all work ouaran-
executive secretary. 4 years ax ax-perience,
perience, ax-perience, offers services starting
3:3$ p.m. Call 3-4197.
Mho Denies
(Conttnaed Trons 'i-re 1)
probably very drunk at the ttme
and was not aware of the se seriousness
riousness seriousness of what had been told
"Fortunately; Christmas came
and nothing happened," h con
tinued. He said he once again
sought out Mrs. Cordones on
Dec. 31, 1954, and. asked hfer if
she had told Melendez of. the
plot.When she renlied in "the
affirmative, he said he told her
to teU Melendes if he jswlm
that njght that the coup would
oe puuea on Jan. l. .
He satd Mr, cordones .' might
aeny au tnia jr she la. brought
to the witness stand, ; but he
hoped the press would ihelo bv
urging1 that she be given a He-
aetector test,
Mlro appeared none the worse
frorri his long imprisonment. He
complained that he was not al allowed
lowed allowed to read local newspapers
or magazines, but that he was
well-treated otherwise and could
read his fill of foreign maga magazines
zines magazines and books that his family
sent htm. V
He also complained that he Is
not allowed to see anyone other
than his Immediate family and
his lawyers, while' the -other", al alleged
leged alleged participants in the assas assassination
sination assassination plot are allowed to meet
and talk with each other.
Regarding his interview with
defeated Presidential candidate
Victor V. Govtia. Miro said he
only went through the motions
of switching lawyers in order to
get an opportunity to talk witn
Following his interview with
Miro yesterday morning, Goytia
told the press that he would not
reveal what Mlro had told him
until after the trial was under underway
way underway cor unless any serious acci accident
dent accident should befall the, alleged
triggerman. v
,who claima be led the famed
charts up Saa Juea Hill in the
Spaalab-Aj&eriean War is bav-i
srig: Mugti aiding thee day
rmme Pvt Alfred C Fatty.'
at. above, seeks Use Medal erf;
Wooer for his part fat the hmt-t
tl that ImmorUlized Teddr
KocojeveM' Hough Riders."
He ever. Secretary of Army
Wilbvr Bmcker say tbe De-1
partment of tbe Army oppooes
a privet bill by Rep. John J.i
tcFaU (D-CaBf.) to give Pettyl
be nation's lugbest salUtaryj


WANTED' Saleslady, write P.O

- Box 3 1 73 Panama, state experi-
-one, enclose photo confidential','
treatment assured.
Boats' & Motors t j
FOR SALE: 24 foot metal
launch.- Sao It opposite United
Stataa Library, Casino.
Real Estate
- FOR SALE; -Homo near Panama
' golf, course, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath bath-;
; bath-; ; rooms, -vatio, garage,, kitchen,
' largt combination dining and liv living
ing living room, corner lot of --1 000
maters. Actual value $22,000,
easily financed to responsible
party. Owned by American; Will
: ; consider lease. Owner must leave
for States, Reply, to "M.W.P.'
Box 134.
FOR SALE : Modern ecea view
house, exclusive neighborhood, 3
bedrooms, terraces, garden, hot
wafer, Nino thousand dollars dollars-down.
down. dollars-down. Box 86 Balboa.


SOCIAL ERROR Gadzooks, what an embarrassuiaT moment. :
Ol' Fuzzy, at the right, has arrived in; the latest in. port
clothes, -a cashmere coverall, and everyone else, it formal. It's
. so. mortifying that 01' Fuz can only hang his head- and slink :
away. Actually, this -photo from the London Zoo shows an
adult penguin, at, left, and it yoimgstop stili covered with hi
baby down. 1 Tjf 4
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BLOW YE WINDS The way things are going, structure
like this could become as popular in the back: yard as barbecue
fireplaces It is a reinforced; concrete, tornado shelter which
seats 12. It stands qutside the home of Oscar Hoskinson in
Preston, Kan. It can also be used a- bomb shelter, j

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If you use premium fcwoline or If you -want mor
benefit out of regular gas we have a "-.c.t"
for. you. ; ..' (
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Beat hamburgers in town I ehick-
enburgers and Mexibugers and
. Italian ice cream. Open Saturday
till 2 a.m. 1 t
Tired of the runarourtd with your
present electrical appliances re re-,pair
,pair re-,pair service. Try LOWE,. S.A.,
. phono 3-54 1 1 for good service.
All work guarantooif. 5-5. x-Z-
Need anything from the U.S. in
a hurry? Call LOWE, S.A., phono
3-5411, Wo will have ft hero in
less than a weak. Our: charges
10 of total cost.
' Are you going the right direction
for your auto repairs? Go to 1 6th
St. Melendes. Garage Johnston
guaranteed auto repairs. Phono
456TA, Colon.

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Artillery Birthday Tomorrow

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I TOPIC IS CIGARETTES Dr. E.,Cuvler HapimpndlMt), an
American Cancer Society expert, told a House government
. Operalions Subcommittee in Washington toe "evidence i,a
overwhelming" that ciga -ette smoking Is a cause of lung can can-'
' can-' cer." Hammond is shown talking with Rep: John A. Blatnik
v (D-Minn.), subcommittee chairman, and Dr. Clarence C. Little
iright) Tobacco industry Research Committee, who was also
scheduled to testify.
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Cancer Man Says Filter Tip
Cigarettes Worse Than Most

A (UPV-A cancer research expert told
'congressional investigators today
that most filter tip cigarettes now
on theimarket are more kirmfid
wo- i-onlar tvnes to human
Dr Erne LtWer of Sloan-
kettering Institute for, cancer re-il-
u a.v. th tentimonv before
Hnuke sbucommittee studying
advertising claims for cigarette
;filwCnrfpr said there is "conclu-
that cigarette
TMAL-;nf Pttucps lnnff cancer but
that cigarettes cn be made sal sal-t.
t. sal-t. nca f more effective in
ters. But he said many manufae-
r. hve nffspt the effect ot.
filters by usirig tobaccos contain
ing more tars. v
ki.. 4 n r 1 1 v of filter cifi-
oive vmi more tars and
nicotine than you used to get with
a regular cigarette," Wynder said.
He said the tars in tobacco con contain
tain contain cancer-producing agents.
Wynder who has conducted a
hidv of filters, said cigarette
manufacturers can "give the puD puD-.
. puD-. lie a safer smoking product and andean
ean andean save Jives."
He added' that manufacturers
hould b forced through regula
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tions to use filters on cigarettes
to reduce the tar intake of the
smoker by 40 Der cent.
"I would never say that this
cigarette would be safe," he Said,
"I Would say it would be safer."
Army. Fund Railing
Activities To Be
Unified For 1958
The U.S. Army Caribbean Pan
ama Fund Council has been es established
tablished established to manage Army fund
raising activities for fiscal year
1958, Headquarters u.a. Army
Caribbean announced.
The Army e r a nizatlon,
headed by Col. C. A. BeaU, Jr.,
adjutant general of the com-;
mand and president of the
council's executive committee,
will cooperate with the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone United Fund Coun Council
cil Council in fund raising activities
within the Panama area.' Gov.
William E. Potter' is president
of the Canal Zone organisa organisation.
tion. organisation. The Canal Zone United Fund
was recently set up for the pur purpose
pose purpose of conducting unified fund
campaigns in the Canal Zone.
The fund supports the charita charitable,
ble, charitable, health, welfare and -community
organizations participating
in the program.
Among other agencies, : the
United Fund will replace the
Community chest. It will reduce
unnecessary duplication and ex ex-pense
pense ex-pense resultlpg from separate
drives. This contribution will
support -approximately 14 agen agencies
cies agencies formerly connected with the
Community Chest, the Red Cross
and the Cancer Committee.
Other USARCARIB council
members Include Chap. (Lt. Col.) j
R. A. Morden, assistant chap chaplain
lain chaplain virc-Dresident: Col. T. J.
Henderson. Judge Advocate's
Section, campaign committee;
i t r.ol. w. E. etielau. Comptrol
ler's Section, and D. L. Hughes,
Civilian Personnel Division, as as-.icf.nt.
.icf.nt. as-.icf.nt. tn caL Henderson: Capt.
Richard P. Taffe, USARCARIB
troon Information officer, pub-
Kritv committee: Col. J. B
Walton. USARCARIB provost
n..rtiiii recorder: and Capt. W.
E. Hall, Special Services Section,
US Soldier Given
Temporary Liberty
By French Court i
I PARIS Julv 24 (UP A French
court today grated proviooal
libertv to U. S. Army Special.
3C De Wavne McCoiker pending
trial for kiUiag Arab.
McCotker. of Manhassett. N.Y,
vii wUised from Sante Prisoa
and turned ver to U. S. Araoy
vthorities. He will be returned
to duty at toe America supply
hase at Orleans until he is aeedea
i a French court.
McCoA'. ?1, is ccusH os aboc aboc-kie
kie aboc-kie aad kiUiac Avd El Vhmca
litmim ia a nighichib May 2fj
during aa argument over the
of black market e!grette. U.S.'
rfflciaia said be fcas claimed if-

- The Artille-y Corps; the oldest
and only branch with a record of
unbroken servicer tomorrow celeb celebrates
rates celebrates its 182nd anniversary of serv service:
ice: service: to, the -United States Army.,-,
In its progress during the past
182 years, the artillery has advanc

ed from the fumbling cannons of
Revolutionary War days to the
most modern of artillery pieces
for present-day artillery units.,.
Today, artillery performs lit lit-two
two lit-two tactical' robs. The field ar artillery
tillery artillery provides troop fire aup aup-port
port aup-port utilifina orfee-te-swrfae
weapons. Arhong thote, the Hon Hon-est
est Hon-est John reeket now takes its
place. In a defense role; the art.
tiaircraft .artillery dufenda i i-gainst
gainst i-gainst aerial attackers with surface-to-air
weapons.' In 'thii ca
tegery, the Nike guided missile
now plays t major role.
In the Canal Zone. antiaircraft
defense, is provided by the 65th
AAA GrouD. commanded by VJLt.
Col. John C. Wilkerson, at Fort
Clayton. When the-' 65th was or
ganized to 1917 at Fort Stevens,
Ore., most nulitarv aircraft, were
of the biplane type, slow in speed
witn twin machine guns synchro
nized to fife through, the propeller
without damaging the rotating
blades. At that time antiaircraft
artillery was likewise, in 'a i very
primitive stage, a three-inch-field
piece on a special mouth which
enabled gun crews to lira at' on:
coming enemy aircraaft.
In contrast to the early weapons, j
current weapons being used by -the
65th AAA GRoup are capable of
directing fire against ; all aerial
targets regardless ot Weather or
visibility. :
Defense against low flying 'air 'aircraft
craft 'aircraft is. provided by the 75mm sky sky-sweeper
sweeper sky-sweeper of the 903rd AAA Bat Battalion.
talion. Battalion. The skysweepers are e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped with individual radar and
computer cn each gun to direct fire
electronically against, the target.
Higher altitude defense is pro provided
vided provided by therBOmm sand 120mm
gun batteries of the 764th; AAA
Battalion, These guns are also di directed,
rected, directed, by radar, but unlike the
skysweepers, ail guns ot eacn
battery are directed by a battery
radar installation.' ? f
v .V-."':1.'"-'1'.: '- -V -s
The mlalrcrafr 'operaHem con
, tor 4 AAOC); located at ft. Clay
ten, is responsible, for the. coor coordination
dination coordination of the antiaircraft do do-fontes
fontes do-fontes -ef iho Panama Canal.
Through inter', service llalaort,
communications, control, idonti
ficatien of aircraft and target
plotting, e command post ia prov provided
ided provided wfilch can be formed the
"nerve center of the antiaircraft
A newcomer to the Canal Zone,
the recently organized 61st .Field
Artillery Battery is now located at
Fort Kobbe. Commanded by Capt
Claude W. Coiper, formerly of the
G-3 Section. Keadauarters.- U. S.
Army Caribbecn, the field artille
ry unit has as its primary mission
the support of the 20th Infantry
Regiment in Us training program.
Secondary missions are the. sup support
port support of the trAininr program of the
U.S. Army Caribbean School- at
Fort Guiick ana-' command cere
Mattesoa lent really gardeointi
from bar perch Chasafe Chasafe-kmUdinf
kmUdinf Chasafe-kmUdinf and thoM arcalj
atomic ago asttongw ftalkaJ
ither. Pat, ehoeen -Mice Aa-j
pararua d 1S37" kept watch!
ea the 2S-foot-hich etalka at a
banquet for the National Aaoad
of Retell Grocer ilvaoi by the!
Aaporague Ouk. Tho fentlceaaaii
the sidewalk acratchea hie
bMd tn bwtWrmot.
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"Let the people
2nd TEAR
On Monday, the Special. Servic
es Branch of the U. 6. Army
marks its 17th year of supplying
troops all over the world with all
kinds of recreation, sports: libra
ries, crafts and lervice club ac-
UVKieSv ; -V.,...-:"
Since July,, 1940, the men and
women, both civilian and milita military,
ry, military, of Special Services have help helped
ed helped to raise the morale of the V.
S. soldier; ':;
, JWantfv' civilian !. experts were
drafted into special services work
as the Army grew in World War
If and despite the handicaps of
time and transportation difficulties
most military i personnel stationed
overseas had access to some red
reatioa and entertainment: to mo
tion-picture shows, post exchang
es, and USO camp-show perform performances..'...
ances..'... performances..'...
'Special Services reauisitioned.
screened, ad routed to all thea theatres,
tres, theatres, the acting, singing and danc dancing
ing dancing etarts-of radio, motion- pic pictures,
tures, pictures, and the' stage who volun volun-teered
teered volun-teered their i services ; and ship shipped
ped shipped yoversefi thousands, of publi publications
cations publications to help soldiers produce
their, own shows, skits, blackouts,
one-act plays, quiz books, and cos costume
tume costume kits. Musical instruments and
Hit Kits of songs were provided
and 70 officers as music advisers
helped organize the program.
Dillon and Hickman
Enler Loresf Bid
Oh traffic Conlrol
:,hA low bid-of; $20,000 was offered
fW ih Tiilfrtr. anI UiVmlA' Pati.!
strnction Company on; extensive
traffic control improvements plan
ned for the intersection of GorgaS
Road and Fourth of July Avenue
in Ancon. The bids were opened
Friday morning in the Administra
tion Building at Balboa' Heights-.-
Other Dtds ranging from S24,mt
Sommer, JE 0. Hauke and Chain
Singh. v --f-Y.-, v. y
i The nroiect which Is expected
to alleviate congestion in one of
the worst traffic trouble spots on
the Pacifie side, will include the
widening of Fourth of July Avenue
between CHe H' and Calle fJ,M
the installation of vehicular end
pedestrian traffic control signals
on all four corners of the intersec
tion, the construction of dual-pur
pose isianaa to control the move movement
ment movement of vehicles and protect the
safety of pedestrians and the in installation
stallation installation of seven modem mast mast-arm
arm mast-arm type atreet lights.
The intersection has long been a
center of congestion and traffic ex
perts believe that the improve improvements
ments improvements will expedite the movement
of approximately 13,000 vehicles
and 15,000 pedestrians using the
intersection daily. '',
Specifications provide' for the
work to be completed within six
months. t
Kicked By
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif., July
M rirp Piaaint Liborace was
placed under sedatives at his lav
ll n nome yeiieioaj iuuuwuii au
attack of his M-year-old mother,
who waa beaten and kickea into
unconsciousness last night by two
hooded thugs.
His mother, Mrs. Fr acnes Lib-
erace, told police.-the men am ambushed
bushed ambushed her ia her israie and one
of them said. Just before she faint-
ad. "kief ber aiara so we u aave
something to laaga about uter.
tt was the second assaurc on a
member of Liberace's family.. His
orchestra leader brother, George,
was beaten a few weeka ago. (
unerace waa iitcb iwu'"
early today after promiting io,
" u"
our nvea and cur Antarieaa
rights." ... ;
"Its that aayoot touq
attack our other ia such a cruel
i Vr rS: Uberacoj saW.
ai ian lima we ara waa ware m.
cue reaaoB.
Pohej also annled the moUro
SVw.hJJ of
fiecrt said that .if the men badj
eertan tbey would bavt aaowm
that bt was perfomiag. at the,
time aa was not at borne, where
be Hs wtlh ma mother.
aUdCPrra csx w u uiiu w ws-
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his fmal .bnr at the M.lin'A" J" we vntb Ijberace at
Boot, lirtixhib ia Bear by Hoi2J,y," 1t ehJb. No.oae but Mrs.


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AT AMADOR SERVICE CLUB A batea painting class" at the Fort Amador service club of of-fers
fers of-fers these enthusiasts a chance,to be artistic. They are (left to right) Pfc. Richard Way Way-mack,
mack, Way-mack, Mrs.. Margaret King, Pfc. Bernard Fred ricks, Sp3 William Gamble and Pvt. Ray King.
U.S. Army Caribbean. Special services sponsors many auch activitlej at post service clubs for

the relaxation and enter.tainnent ot service personnel. I-:,:",f

Jjuring me tvar -special services
activated 44 special services com
panics, which, inlcuded specialists
ins athletics, music radio, motion
pictures, library iervice, and PX
service These mobile, sell-contained
unit .were' assigned, to armies,
corps,- and divisions upon request
by the- .theatre.. commander r and
provided entertainment and relax
ation as JUje- tacjijeat gutuation per-
mitteil.;. v;,,. .:. '"-i'J. j'y,
"Special Servlcef; aWvttiea over over-seaa
seaa over-seaa were; greatly 'expanded after
World 4War IU Athletic esuipment
costing-$7 ,500,000 was provided;
teams, leagues and tournaments
were, encouraged, and the great
stadiums of Germany. Japan and
the "Philippines ; were taken ; over
for,: games, of Olympic proportiop.
Itwas the biggest recreational
program1 ever; established for the
Army.- :.r.-
Special services compamea dur during
ing during World War Il4 were located
in every theatre of operation: With
the decrease in the size of the
Army following World War II, the
number of special services com companies
panies companies was reduced. (
Under the leadership of Lt. CoL
Leslie C. Wood, chief, Special
Services, .U.S. Army Caribbean,
the program has grown by leaps
and bounds in the Canal Zone in
recent- years. v-a :
' Many Stateside entertainers
fron Hollywood, Broadway, itc
st In Garage
A doctor said Mrs. Libersce suf.
lerea bruises and -eontuiiona
her. hack, nossible fractured rih
and shock. She was placed under
sedstives and X-rays were made
to determine the extent of her in-
Juries. I
Mrs.' Liberace said aha was
alone at tier home in Saa Fer
nanrto Valley working in the kitcb

nj in ine kiicdj - :

en shortly after
night. She said she
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nne wem oaca to too garage to,r V la. -.a- Ll-a.-

empty trah in
tbe: incinerator.
she said. 'While there.
i noise, turned and aaw two men.
Thf kid b trk hnnria nr th
ketdi ,nd dllrk. ,toekiat s nulle I
. orr
ritbont raoakina h ii a
the Start to .ran toward' the
ska-hrf hnW k.
m af th tktm kit k i- i.
Utk .rtafeT
? "Kic. .W'i tfc. k i
mi uA- 1
... .k.": .
"'' " th 0 1"
..tkn- a nnria nr r
Wll tbe muffler mUin kwrna
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country is ,$afe9 'Abraham Zincoln'

dd vind :GI Fun

nava pui g nuwa iwiufurap
capacity crowds wherever they!
The U.S. Army Caribbean sport
program, under the supervision of
Milled Dram $500"
Fin; For Cohlempt;
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'WASHINGTON, i July 20 (UP)
Flavwrtcrht Arthur: Miller drew a
$500- fine and a one-month sus
pended jail eentenee yesterday for
defvina congressional investigators
by refusing fo name iormer Com
munist associftes. 1 f -'
Federal Judge Charles F.' Mc
Laughlin i, im posed jhe contempt
sentence-; after rejecting Miller s
latest plea to set aside, his con conviction
viction conviction under a recent Supreme
Court -ruling. The case now will
be taken to the U.S. Court of Ap-
peals. ; :-, -'
MUier, nusoana oi actress Mari
lyn Monroe, issued a 'statement
rsaffirming hit belief in the prin principle
ciple principle which1 led him to refuse, to
answer certain questions .before
the "JHbuse Committee on Un Un-American
American Un-American Activities in July,' 1956.
At a hearing on alleged (abuses
of passports, the prizo-wirming au
thor 'adnritted : past association
with Commuhists but declined to
name others who attended a Com Communist
munist Communist writers meeting. . s-
Apparently referring to the fact
that he did not seek constitutional
protection under the Fifth Amend Amendment,
ment, Amendment, Millet said in his: state statement."
ment." statement." ,i- : -.
;I decided to defend ,- myself
wlien' I could have done other otherwise
wise otherwise because I did not believe,
and I don -believe, that a man
has to be an informer, to practice
his profession freely in the United;
States ?"rr', J
"I hope I have helped; in
some small way to make it an ea
sier country t talk in ana to listen
in. I am sure it will end up that
way." s -j
Away, Come Again
VY nen irvjei5.nur
A hesvy .shower which broke
fionrfiii ,trM nA hirhw.T. wa
over. Balboa yesterday -anernoon
wmcd iouowra -eari uu mora-
U,n-7a aiul Paaama roxld-
7. jL V.. i. .wa
. ..j v. t.-i.
'"wch'S'ar 4.! String
t. kv
i,nk;. v-m vsn mm
""V. "Z.rT" Z,
the atom. r
.k. i it,.. wr fli in
ahort oeriod of 43 minutea. making
it the first severe wetting the Bat Bathes
hes Bathes area has bad in several weeks.
. Up to I p.m., however, na re reports
ports reports of rainfall had come in- from
othar Canal Zone weather atationi
and it was probsbl at irot f
the afternoon rain drained off into
the Pacific ocean. k


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Maj. Alfred P, Massoud, sports
officer, is one of the most exten extensive
sive extensive ever set up in the command.
In the next few months, many
athletes from here will be com competing
peting competing in all-Army "and all -service
tournaments in the states. : : ;- n
Libraries,, service' clubs, 'craft
shops theatres, gymnasiums,, golf
courses, etc., are sprinkhd 1 4vcr
each post on the Isthmus v and
now more than ever are being; us used
ed used 'by-; the 'troopav:r(k-j3?t-;'??"-r'.
V Special Services is growing each
year and when the. 18th; anniver anniversary
sary anniversary roUs' arouiid next' year.' :" A-
merjean troops stationed all: over
the world win once af am pay tri tribute
bute tribute to the branch of the armed
forces which supplies '. them ; with
that moment of relaxation, v
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US Winds Up

Year! Surplus
WASHINGTON,vJuly 20 (UP) -4
The government wound up lasft
year witb'a $1,645,000,000 surpluj
for its second straight year of
black-ink financing, the Treasury

reported toaay. r
The surplus was 'not tis large
as President Fisenhower had esti
mated when he sent his fiscal 1957 ;
budcet to Consress last year and.

as expected, it was too small to
cause the administration, to altel
its stand against -tax cuts now
However,, tht .surplus ; exceeded
some recent estimates and alsd
topped the' fibcal 1956 surplus
$1,626,000,000. ..- (
The Treasury also was ame M
reduce the national debt last, yeai
forJ the second year in" a row.
When fiscal 1957 ended on Junt
30, the dfbt tood at $270,634,309;
846, a-net reduction ot 2,isHJyjij
278 from a year earlier. J'
Just two vcnrsl ago the Treap
ury wound', tip $4,200,000,000 in tm
red. i-
' The federal government took
$70,989,000,000 in fiscal 4957 ari
spent $69,344 000,000. i
The' Fpenutng figure compare
with ,-$66,540 000,000. in fiscal 1956 1956-$64,570,000,000
$64,570,000,000 1956-$64,570,000,000 In 1955,-' $67,772,000,
000 in 1854 and $74,274,000,000 ii
1953, Estimated spending for tni
current fiscal year- ia $71,800,004,,
oow J J J.
' Government income in fisda
1957 was the-largest ih the "p
five years, Last year's incomi
was: $68,165,000,000. I
Retiring Treasury becretar;
George M. Humphrey and Budge -Director
' Percival F. Brundag
said In a joint statement that thi
receipts were 361 million dollar! j
higher than estimated in January
Spending, Mowever, was 444 mil t,
lion dollarr above the Januafj
estimate. : Humphrey t and, Brun
dage said this was 'mainly dm
to larger expenditures lor the ue
partment? of Qefense which wen
not' fully oft st t by lower expend!
tures in other departments.
The -actual, surplus was consid
erably .below the $2,200,000.0001
forecast by Eisenhower in his bua
get 'message last year. But it wat
nlnse tv.. hia revispd estimate a
OQjPOOjOoq last January,-.
tXcQueen Worse, v
Say Dutch Sources
AMSTERDAM, HolUnd,' July v2l
(UP) Former Queen Wilhelmina
Tt confined to her country .estati
by the effects of old age, has
taken a turn tor: the worse, royaj
court sources said 'today. J
The Queen. who turned s the
throne over to her daughter, Juli
ana, mne years ago, was ordered
six weeks ago to take a complete
rest. t
Authorities at the time said she
was "very tired.''
Sources said she Is suffering
from the accumulated effects of
advanclne aee rather than front
any specific ailment, r
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