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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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Panama City, Panama
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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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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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32nd TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY Mrrl95t
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US Speeds Aid To Japanese
Disaster AredytToll J Now 432

r c ITAZUKE, Japan, July 27 (VP)
, United States air and naval
forces joined Japanese relief, a a-I
I a-I gencies today In speeding aid to
" i Western Kyushu, devastated by
Hoods and landslides that took

a heavy toll of ; life and proper-Ay-
s. .National police headauartera

In Tokyo issued a revised list,

reporting 432 persons' known
dead and 294 missing and lear lear-.
. lear-. ed dead. Japanese newspapers
estimated the final death toll
.would range between 1,000-and
8,000. 1
' -' '

reported homeless. ,'vt
'The rainstorm which strucK

the low-lying areas around Omu-

ra Bay Thursday was me neav neav-j;0st
j;0st neav-j;0st ever recorded in Japan In

ici'snort a Dime, weauicnucu
said. More than 31 Inches fell In
24 hours touching off, floods

and landslides. 1 ..
. High, winds and thunderstorms
lashed the stricken area early

today but -weathermen forecast

a break in ine weauiec
reported the low v atmospheric
pressureV area? moving north northward
ward northward -and predicted heavy rains
for centralj 'eastern ; and north northern
ern northern Honshu, VI V
Th tnprrV oneratiort was ex-

T5eteTio- Into Wphefr .wbH.

.if the weaujer;permiie,

if

'-Top U.S. Navy and Air force
officers flew over the flooded
areas to determine what help

might be neeaea. , i

Convicted US Spy
Hoy In Paris May;
Face French Court r
LONDON, July 27 (DM.I.
Attorney i General H e b e r
Brownell, Jr., said today K now
looks as If. George Zlatovskl, Inr.
dieted for spying against 1 tne
United States, wiU definitely be
put bn trial "somewhere."
Of ficlal sources said the some somewhere
where somewhere may be France, where the
Zlatovslois now reside. Negotia Negotiations
tions Negotiations are now taking placer in:
.Paris on the ; applicability of

French law to the couple s activities-
.' r"'
: snnmiH' r foil the Ameri

can Bat Association; convention, Knowtand red. tbej meeang-

made his preaiction preaiction-ferences
ferences preaiction-ferences here with Assistant At-;
torney General William WJ
Tompkins, who reported back on
his negotiations with the French
...,.imnt. in Paris '"'

KUWl . f

It Is a thorny case because nBtafc.i4

ZlatovskU, inaictea in we "ri
ed: States, now, reside ln'Pansi

nd claim political a?yiuuu -(

BEFORE VOTING Sen: Clinton Anderson (D-N.M.J (left) and
Sen.' George Aiken (R-VU confer in Washington aS the ote
n their amendment tothe Civil Rights bill neared. The Sen-?
ate "approved the amendment eliminating' controversial Part
Three of the bill. Part Three would have riven thn Atlnmor

General sweeping Injunctive powers in civil rights ases. ...

iKe ;taiiies uvr ror Dig
Fight ;Ori Jury- Provision

Air Force Captain
SholTo Dealh Dy
31-Year-Old Wife

W ASHIN GTON,-: July 27 (UP K

President Eisenhower took steps

today to rally Republican senators:
behind n all-Out- figHt' against

Southern efforts to write a jury
trial guarantee Uto his civil rights
hill r' :.

" Southern .foes of the legislation
promptly countered the Presi

dent's jn'ove with thinly-vfiiled

threats 'to wage a full scale tw-

buster' against the bill unless a
jury trial- provision is approved

by the Senate.

ine President s "no : compro

mise'; -altitude twas relayed, to a

closed door meeting, of ll- GOP

senators by Senate Republy;an
Leader William F. 'Knowland

( Calif), "Knowland earlier; break

fasted With Eisenhower, is

July 'IB' statement; in, which the

President; said that a "jury trial
should not be interposed In i con contempt
tempt contempt of court, cases.' stemming
from, violations of court orders

designed to protect iNegro voting

V V : t.

He told Jiil colleagues, that the
President's position is ;'precisely
the same" now as "it "was then.
He urged his colleagues to vote
against various pending amend

ments to.. write a jury trial jro-i

vision huo tne measure.

Knowland told s newsme the
President, 4s 4 "hopeful that ; w

win nave an effective bill."
"In my judgment." Knowland

added. 'we' won't have, with anv

oi inese amenamens.',' v

Sen. Richard B. Russell fD:Ca)

announced after a strategy meet meeting
ing meeting of Southern senators that they

grpea io support a compromise

jury trial amendment by Sen.
Joseph C O'Mahoney (D-Wyo).

, SAVANNAH Ga. (UPl-The 31-yeai-old
wi(e of an Aif Force
cantain shot her husband to death
-with a .22 caUber target pistol
Thursday night. She told po.ice
he had been beating, and kicking
her for four hours.
, "I just started finag, Mrs.
Haleen Benson Dorsey of Dallas,
Tex., told police. "I fired and I
firfd and I fired 1 only stopped

f-7P3ili'4Jc'rrori$l

rouce xnirsra mis. i j
with the murder of her busband.jf

Capt. Bw)imi
. nitive of Olvmni,

Mrs. Dorsey's body oore ouea.
' ugly bruises. She told police n.r

A i 3 1 Das fro y c r :

?ea -Mrs.- norscjj , . v ...
er of her husband.J
pia. Wash. ,-. J L :. v

si-Under Q'Mahoney's proposal. a

jury, trial would be guaranteed for
anyone aftused of criminal crin-

tempt of court for deliberately

violating j court order against a
violation of voting rights. 1
v'JBut the amendment- would 'not
provide for Jury trials nv cases
of civil contempt, in which' the

juaget simposes a continmne Den-

alty in an effort to persuade the
accused to comply with his injunc-

uun ia me iiiture. '.
The O'Mahoney amendment was
expected to: come up for a shnw shnw-down
down shnw-down vote., n e x t Tuesday v or
Wednesday, with both siHpi n.

dieting a narrow' victoryT

ben. Leverett Saltonstalr- (n.

Mass) told newsmen that no one
at the GOP.v meetina mdi nv

effort to "bine anyone or 1 tell

anyone bow to vote'on the jury
Vial ;issue.'i:r ,t ii"

uut jvnowiand: predicted that
GOP senators would be "ovs

whelmingly against" O'Mahoney's
amendment when it comes up for
a showdown vote. V

I He was reminded, thit is TtV

publicans bolted party, ranks ear earlier
lier earlier ,.this .week i to join with 34
Democrats in voting to eliminate
from the .bill an ; administration administration-supported
supported administration-supported si c t i n authorizing
court orders to protect all civil

ngnts, not just voting rights.
, Knowland was asked if' morei
Republicans would be opposed to
the O'Mahoney amendment than
they were to the crucial vote on
the injunction' vote. i -';- J
"Yes, by-, tat" her repued.v'

CZ Cops Have
Good Chance
t h A i
At Back; Pay

Canal zone policemen have a

good cnance of recovering about

s.uuu eacn u iavorawe action

Is given their suit how pending

in the court of Claims. ;'

- James L. Hatcher,, president

of the CZ police Association who

has Just returned from Wash

ington said today he was very
optimistic" on the outcome of

the police suit.

About 190 policemen were in

cluded in the claim against the

Panama Canal Co. .(The police

iorce now does not nave tnai

many members, but many who
have since resigned are plain

tiffs in' the suit).

Hatcher, who testified before

the Senate and House commit

tees .concerning the policemen's
claim, said the suit was "strictly
in Interpretation of existing
laws." .-. i

The policemen claim that the

Panama canal Co. made an un unlawful
lawful unlawful reduction of eight per
cent from, their basic r annual
rates of pay dating back: to Ju July
ly July lr 1953; They alleged that the
Company teduced the basic pay
allotted Washington D.C., po policemen
licemen policemen by eight per cent before

applying It mown here.

The poiicet are representee, in

their suit bvi.the law:' firm id

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THIS WEEK A YEAR AGO, the Presldeht of Guatemala, iCol.
Carlos Castillo Armas, was' among the Chiefs of State who
signed' the Pact of Panama at the Salon Bolivar ceremonies
in San Agustin School on Panama's waterfront. Last- night he

was slain by a one of his own guards.

King and jqnjjf rWsWngtoiv A h Q I C ; L Q;

uussia naa n-uomp

Ml

Before USfRedli

MrtSCOW July 2r'(tP) -Soviet

. : ..... .li;, xr:t.l. C

Communist party cmei i,
KhfUBhchev told a groups of visit-

ingv Americans that .Russia naa
the hydrogen bomb before the
United States and nbwjias bombs
and rockets Just as effective as
IT S .models. .. members, of the

uroiin' said ; todaVi' ?. V ?v:

The party leader made the Re

marks to. ZB Americans leu y
Jerome Davis a free-lance writer

and. former professor at Yale.
One of the ; r- Americans today
gave' a resume of Khrushchev's
statement to them in the Kremlin

I Wednesday. v ;

, in General run usiilucy i

fabler H called American trade

barriers one of the most serious

obstacles to betterment or Amen-

can-Soyiet relations.

And he again preaictea tnai
f'We win offtake you" in the

field of economic and agricultural

production.
Khrushchev said Russia is ready
to sign with the West an agree agreement:
ment: agreement: banning nuclear tests im immediately.'
mediately.' immediately.' ' v
- "We had hydrogen bombs be

fore von and our bombs and rock

ets are not worse than yours," he
aid. : "' ".. ' :
'Confidence is the main neces necessary
sary necessary factor to improve relations

among peoples living on the same
planet," he added. "War or peace
depends on confidence."
In the same vein, be told the
Americans 5 they had not been
asked to, empty their pockets be before
fore before they, entered his office be because
cause because ."Russians have confidence

in good people." '.

Outbreak Forecast By

HAVANA. July 21 WPi Amer ceived

ican newsmen, photographer and

cameramen -descended on- -Havana

yesterday .takeover a- revolution

ary outbreak forecast, by Cuban

political exiles, in-uinmu, ... ,
. Havana .and the rest of the

country ; remained alnv, however.

..The outoreax was supposeu w
roineide with the fourth, anniver

sary of the Iuly 26'.' revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary movement headed by nFidel
Castro. Most of the newsmen.. Who
flew here were fron,; Jtfiami,
.The flag bt thelnoVemerit was
reportedly hauled down from the
MCQ radio studios here but no
other incidents were reported."
Plaven of the Montreal base-

hsil club flew to Havana' for a

game with the Cuban 'Sugar

Kings" under protest because -oi

alleged threats of violence oe
cause ofthe supposedf revolt. How

ever, tne piayera wanuercw m
outward calm about -' the lobby
swimming-pool and gardens of ths
swank hotel Nacional -before Jhe
International League game.

Bobby Maduro, Cuban baseball

maenate. told newsmen he nan

nr4 f rnlt KhauehneSSV. briJS-

ident of the International1 League

in a telephone conversauon,' tnai

the anonymous oeatn tnreais re

T

Not In the Script

HOLLYWOOD f UP) Accident

investigation officers Robert Par-

dim and Robert spottswpoa w
lieve that a policeman's work is
never done, frhey were returning

tn-nolic headauarters after act

ing as technical advisors, Jor ..lo ..location
cation ..location shots in San Francisco for

CBS -TV's "Lineup" when they

a fence, i ney stoppea nim ana
be admitted he had just commit committed
ted committed a grocery store, holdup. .'

by the Montreal Royals

were a meaningless hoax.
Madurd said he had assured
Shaughnessy that "nothing has

happened here and nothing is go

ing to happen." For the benefit
of the visiting players, a police

prowl car will escort their bus

to the stadium for tonight's game,

The stadium has its own police
guard and at least one police

prowl car always circulates in

that area.

Cast mght there were three

small fires In the old Quarter of

Havana, believed to have been sj!
by "Moldtov cocktails" hurled by
terrorists. Damages caused by the

nres. in two textile mills and

hardware store were estimated at

$5,000,

MolotoV cocktail attacks also
were reported last night in the
cities of Camaguey, ManzanilJo

and Cienfuegos. In Camaeue.v. co

lice rounded up nine men charged

with membership in the "July 26"

movement.

li? Havana s frmcipe f ortress

prison 61 political prisoners pass

ed the eighth day of a hunger

strike. They, were taking water
only. Three of them were moved

to the prison infirmary due to

weakness.

Papers Show
Kiiler Was
Communist

GUATEMALA CITY, July 27 (UP) President Cor Cor-los
los Cor-los Castillo Armas, who brouqht this Central Amerirnn

country its first really democratic government, was shot
and killed last niaht by a oalace auard idenfifip4'n.

Communist. ,

The 43-year-old President was walklna to the nntnr.

dining room with his wife when he was slain. f?
Officials said the assassin. Romeo V?midr AnrUm

shot and killed himself immediately afterward, 3
. Vice President Luis Arturo Gonzdlez-Lopez called an
emergency cabinet meeting early this morning and as assumed
sumed assumed presidency: The cabinet declared a state of

seige. t -ih
' Authorities said Castillo Armas was shot twice in thi
chest and died instantly.

Bogota Police
Rout: Rioters;
Marchers Halted
BOGOTA, Colombia (UP) Po-'
lice armed with ter. gas and

rifles routed thousands of rioters

Thursday night in four hours of

disorder which included an aoor

Other palace ciiards rushed to

scene with drawn sidearms but
the assassin beat them to it by

putting bullet through his

Castillo Armas was 'strongly
iihtt-Ciim'jfewislifnbV
thre' veiri he waJ lnower he

had Waged ,An intensive war a-

gainst communists and lertists
Officials said they "found pa

pers on the assassin's body that
showed he was a long-standing

member of the Communist Par Party.
ty. Party. iSi '.' 0
Gonzale-Lopez said all those
responsible' for the "dastardly
action" will be punished severe severely."
ly." severely." 'I- :
He Indicated others mdght be
imnllcated in the assassination.
' The new President' told United
Press his government would
maintain and keep up the anti anti-communist
communist anti-communist and democratic poli

cies of Castillo Armas.

land as U.S.. Ambassador, .' died
there as result of an automobile
accident. .....-;
Castillo took over as President
of, Guatemala on Sept. J. after

rprtTpec;: J8, '195S, he was con.

firmed In office in the, freest
elections Guatemala evet'had.
.Castillo, a close friend ofth
Uiiited States, had survived oth-
er attempts to overthrow, his
rule, one allegedly led by the
same man "with whom he had
sfo-nfVl Ms nriirlruil rmana iuk)

Elf ego Monzon. ...... ;.
He successfully restored the

all but wiped out under Arbena,,

Hr once told a New Yorlt

Times correspondent; :k

"Guatemala must avoid the

swing from the left extreme to
the right. The pendulum mut
be kept in the center with Jus

tice to ail. The people must be

saw a man trying to clipJa. Over Hive march on, the presidential

Typist Adm its Roommate Sla

in

WiiI0Pre0 ing flr6n-6r

$160

.,

BURLfNGA ME. Calif" July '27 had firrivnl Tudar from er. ed.n

fUP A teen-sge typist, worried. mother, Mrs. Naomi Elvins..- "I nit Catherine ever Ih hea4

After the slaying. Hartley saidjwitli a liatiron yesterday ; mam mam-Miss
Miss mam-Miss Souie apparently dragged her ling," Mrs. Ward quoted tor sister

huband.began drinking whe he "JJ-The tralianDe-

aboutf clothing bills in her home

town on Lone Island, admit'"! to

day she battered and stabbed the
l J

oeauuiui sociaiue uaugmcr wi
wealthy physiciaa nearly 59 times
Kt.a'jiUM i tka Ka4 ill tokink

mtujyiuyji, Australia, JUiy the victim died.

1

arrived home- Thursday aft-mwir! y Anxac poured sixty shelis The body 'of Catherine; TKit)
m uni. Ai, R ) Into terrorist CSmPS on the Flvin in wn found last nisht

juuie5v coasi or jenore fciraii m the kitchen of the apartment cash the J150 check in five Jans' was always a

roommate's body into the kitchen,
cleaned s up the .apartment, and
then went to San Francisco and

tried unsuccessfully to cash the

as saying.

la Free port r-Mis Soule's moth
er (aid she was ."vert .shocked"

Check. She owed some S30O bacsvto I'ear what bad banpesee. t
borne, mostly for clothes. Hartley "l cane possibly uuazia my

nid. i". . daujAier join'anythinfi so brusJ the structure-

Hartley said Miss Soufe. tried to and cold-blooded,", she said-She Reports of the shooting oi the

very sooa uL ; iee-ager utm cvcumsugcei iuu

palace, and an 'attempt to lynch

a detective accused of shooting a

teen-ager,

There were no reports of casual

ties in the noting. t

The demonstrations were touched!

off by-report that the dnective

was a "pajarp" (bird) a deroga

tory -term applied to supporters of

the ousted regime of Gustavo Ro-

jas.Piniua.. , 4

. Before order was restored, .a

cafe believed frequented by "pa

joros'V was wrecked and an at

tempt made to storm the building

where the newspaper La Pat, or

gan of the former Colombian die
tator, has -it offices.

Police beat .back the attempt
of the La Pat building, and the

rioters contended themselves with

hurling a barrage of stones against

kr h mam mi a1inntt

t Officers quoted her as saving in 'Malaya. Australian Navy, she shared with the money- in- San Francisco WednesdaV, b'jtThere must be sosrethiog. wrong not explained brought hundreds
, she finally picked up a .22 caliber! Headquarters announced today. I troubled typist, Elaine. Soule, 19, had o ; success, apparently be-witU her." h v i of Colombians U the scene. The
I The announcement said the of Freeoort. N.Y. cans the check bore Mis Elvins't The mother said the family kadidetective took refuge from the

Anzae blasted four terrorist ooi Th rornnrr'i iffir tali Vivt full nint mhr.o Mica Smil'lpi hivin? financial difriuiia.itkreatenini mob withia a nearby

fired away at him.-The DorsesJ SiUon M It steamed up and Elvins, who also-worked as a sec- forgrd endorsement used only twef--'Wt were Just gtioj back on shop.-Police rescued him. sme
four children, ranging in agj frcm ''down a ilve-mlle stretch of retary, had been struck' 26 times initials and the last name. I our feet-and thee 4i sme lw hours later..
three to 10, were in the hous-;cst. wuh a fitkon and stabbed 20 1 Dirpointed, she returned to along." she aid. News of the shooting spread and
during the shooting. j Casus' ties were not lmmedi-times with a kitchen knife. The the bloodied spartment which she! Neighbors also sairl the Soule-several hundred students massed
. .cr fatally woundi?" her bus- ately determined, but the pilot, victim as the daughter of Dr. had cleaned up and slept ia the girl had "a good reputation and to march on the presidential pal pal-band,
band, pal-band, Mrs. Dorsey sai(T, she rn' of a spotter riar.e said the bom- Richard E. Elvins, of Seattle, 'time, bed ia which her roommat;Wa a Bice girl.'.' iee to register a protest. They
next door to the home of a neigh-: bard men t Ta? "mo effective." Hsh. had been killed. Yesterday, she Neighbors 'in the irls apart-were snet by a solid cordon of
bor, who called police. The plane pinpointed the terror-' Deputy District Attorney How- went to the apartment of ber sis-'ment. building said the to had police and hurled back in a club club-Mrs.
Mrs. club-Mrs. Dorsey said her hjSnd,i-t pe-it:on which we-e hidden ard Hart'e faid Miss Sojle ap-.ter, Mrs. Dorothy Ward, ia the been living togew for' about s win gig charge. The attacks on
b-v her remierly during -taejj from the destroyer by thick jun n?'-e",'!r "'llcd her roommate to same building, an-1 tola her.jthree momha but hal act .been, the cafe and tba newspaper build build-12
12 build-12 years of marne. ie!. -. cet, a 1160 check tha eider irl"02ic'Jkir,a temtjo ha haroen- iceuina alone very wcX .' inx followed.-

Gonzalez-Lopez was sworn In given more to eat. more to wear

shortly before 5 ajn. at an and more land."
emergency cabinet meeting., j ,,".:- ; '.. t,
Shortly afterward he Issued a! r L 'II
sjsr.'sfi SuDCommillC3

ine xace oi uie uw'
dy." ' "

. castnio s assassinuun
Just three years and three
weeks after his triumphal en entry
try entry Into Guatemala City at
the head of revolutionary forc forc-es.whlch
es.whlch forc-es.whlch overthrew the leftist
regime of Cpl. Jacobo Arbens
Guzman. A "' ". ','
juiv had been both Castillo a

lucky smd unlucky month.
It was on July 3, 1952, that he
was; forced to take refuge in
Bosota, Colombia, as a political
exile. '-.:( 11

He returned to uuaiemia

July 3, 1954. -Arbenz
took political asylum

iatr went td Europe, and from

fantlv tn UniBUaV

Th. revolution which put

Castillo in power began June 18,
1954, from neighboring Hondu-

Some 10 days later Arbenz re

signed and was replay j
military junta headed by Col.
Elfego Monzon, an avowed anti-Communist.'
On July -2., Elfego Monaon
signed a peace pact at Ban ea. ea.-vador,
vador, ea.-vador, providing for a five-man
junta to take over Guatemalan
rule. In the swirl of events. It
was Guatemala's fourth govern government
ment government within a week.

American Ambassador John E

Asks GM President
To Explain AciionsT
WASHINGTON (UP) The pres president
ident president of General Motors Corp. .Wat
requested today to appear -before
a House investigating' subcommiU
tee and explain why GM refused

to let government auditors see;ua

books on uncompleted defense, con contracts.
tracts. contracts. :
- Chairman F. Edward Hebert

(D-La. sent a telegram to G-M
President Harlow H. Curtice ask

ing him to "advise by return wire
your availability."
The subcommittee has been ia
vestigating various military- eon eon-tracts.
tracts. eon-tracts. r,
It heard testimony Monday thai
GM refused to let the Govern
ment Accounting Office look-at Its
records on contracts which are not
completed. i; r',
The. dispute arose in connectloa
with GAO's inquiry into a multi multi-million
million multi-million dollar army contract: with
GM's Cadillac motor car divisioa
at Toledo, Ohio .-.
Hebert earjier had offered to
iSsue a. subpena to force GM to let

the .auditors see the books. In his
wire today he made no mention
of a possible subpena, requesting
instead that Curtice appear volun voluntarily.
tarily. voluntarily. -.

s-.B,eo Momt;riiakarios on t
Castiao talks to a successful!

conclusion after they had

threatened to bog down.

Peiirtfoy, transferred td Thai-.

- In Thb Sunday"
American .Toraorrov

How C5 Brownie enjoyed
Day Came at Ft. Gaiick., :

. How an x-GI trekked and
waded tbrawrb Jangle and
stream to help nmj alter alternate
nate alternate routes for the Pan Amer American
ican American Highway across the Da Da-Hea
Hea Da-Hea Gap in Panama and Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. Incladetf is a detailed
map shoving both narthera
and soatbeni routes.

Run For Primate :
Of Greek Church

-MCOSIA, Cyprus, July 27
(UP) Greek Orthodox Archbi Archbi-ship
ship Archbi-ship Makarios, spiritual leader of
Greek Cyp riots, today was report reported
ed reported unwilling to run as a candidate
for the post of primate of the
Greek Orthodox Church err
though it might strengthen his fol followers'
lowers' followers' bargaining position with
Britain. . '
Some sources believed Makarios
felt that becoming bead of tbt
Church would be a step do 3
from his" present key position a
spokesman for Cypriots who a
their island to become part t'
Greece



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BALBOA LUNCHEONETTE

Sir:
Thia nnor Julv 23) on mv

side entrance of the Balboa Commissary where supplies are sold
to maids, and the smell, that assailed my nostrils was so nau nau-Aftatinr
Aftatinr nau-Aftatinr with th odor of urina that I almost eaned.

, When I arrlvea at the Balboa Luncheonette and was finally
waited on, the girl ran back and forth from my sandwich mak mak-'
' mak-' ln to the cash register at least five times, never once wiping
? her hands on a clean damp towel or even a piece of paper. We
all knew that money is laden with germs and to me4he above

was disgusting ana l toia ner so. I Know mat lectures on sn-
tation and the spreading of eerms have been given but as good

' as they were, slides and all, I'm
MORE
Sir:

I rfiould like to compliment "Iva onpe" for taxing trie

time to write with reference to

certain there are many others here- from the united states wno
feel just as he does, but have given up trying to do anything a a-bout
bout a-bout it x
Now I am Boping that they, too, will help to bring certain
conditions to the attention- at the higher-ups, and maybe there,
will be changes or entire elimination of the Hl-managed, un unsanitary,
sanitary, unsanitary, disgusting activity of this money-hungry Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co. enterprise. n ; 5.
. i hnv( mven un comnletelv. and do not patronize this Drive

In because of several reasons
chean local-rate manaaroment is

spend money for. ...
If this unit cannot be run properly, or moved to the Diablo
Clubhouse where more efficient operation could exist for the
benefit of U.8. citizens, I would favor closing it up entirely
The only people who would miss it are the 75 per cent of
customers who are not privileged to buy in the clubhouses or
commissaries but continue to trespass without worry because

there are nuver any contraband
the Drtve-In.
ewr:
HI-.

Oh Brother! I Just hope I can submerge my devilish, laugh laughter
ter laughter long enough to compose this rambling account on the de delightful
lightful delightful results of the "treaty" and how they effect the Ameri American
can American citizens located. ..and stationed... in the Zone. -v
First, let's recall the principals of that "treaty". . one of
, them met his death at a RP racetrack, the other "partner" of
this treaty is busy justifying his reasons for vetoing a wage in increase
crease increase long overdue for the postal and classified workers
of the U.S. government.
8d....tbe Junlor-OI's ill get a buck-a-day for "'grub ala
RP? I recall getting poked in tha mouth. .getting a "fatlip"
from a PFC some months aso when I Dointed out that tha Pres

idential incumbent just might

Stevenson (who remembers him?) had more experience as a
leader In world affairs, not to mention domestic administra administrations.
tions. administrations. Even though he, Stevenson, didn't own a dog named
Hagerti'i
But, oh no, the fearless soldier ... the same on that sweat
World War I out State-side. .. who got himself a plush job with
the Monuments Commtaxion, even did a two-year stint ala-C.Z.,
then four years as ass't Executive Sec'y to some Ass't Sec'y of
War .... dog robber for Doug McArthur for five years, then rap rap-Idly
Idly rap-Idly elevated by a. group of people who he privately believes were
. despicable thugs, Marshall, Roosevelt, et al v and while he
served as CofS under HST for over three years, he recently did
his utmost to sabotage HST'a 111' gathering attended by
'Hoover and other 21K Republicans because... he is just that
type) Vindictive, unfeeling and completely the soldier I
We are particularly glad some of bis good works have drlb-
bled off on those below the grade of corporal... and those who
are gullible enough to bu7 the Lovelady and APQS line of ba baloney!
loney! baloney! You just aint goin get no raise... and to hell with the
punk oi's and gook wives. .but think how glorious it Is to be
served or Is it serviced (?) by such a great soldier and hero????

TWISTING
Sir;

It Is a farce. The whole Latin American School System Is.

You, who are responsible for the change know It. I, a parent,
know It You would never recommend it for your child, but you
do for mine My son, who welcomed learning, who brought me
straight "A's" or "B's" is baffled and confused.
He learns, bds mind open, he is young and Intelligent. But
now much? Now he nibbles whereas before he filled his stom stom-acl
acl stom-acl and was satisfied.
My two little girls, which of the languages will they speak
: wall? Neither one. They read. But how much is understood and
how much can be expressed?
I have read it and have heard it said the program Is a
.success. But Is It? Maybe whatever you had in mind why the
change was brought about has been realised. Is that what you
mean when you talk of success? What must I say of you who
are educators?
The teachers lose ther Jobs. It's hard on them. But they
And other work or leave the country. They live. You hurt the
parent because of what you do to his child. But it's the children
who are really the losers.
You hold the handle. Don't continue to twist the knife so
smugly into the future of these children. Give them a chance.
A Parent

aion

eviiia

it

, f

Refut antf onjcy yourself

way to lunch I walked oast the

afraid they didn't get the point
iisiusiea
DRIVE IN
the Canal Zone Drive-In. I am
no competent supervision,
all. the Canal Co. wants to
control inspectors present at
be miscast in his role and that
Gook-Married-PFC
THE KNIFE

Hotel Roosevelt 14th k 4th of July Ave.

n o y the music
o f I h 4
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' EVERY
. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
12X NOON 6.00 A.M.
Rnost of food anl
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In air conditioned comfort

Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

By CRIDI CALHOUN
JUSTICI AND
MR. JIMMY HOFFA
''Tirnmw rtnft ran wtttirillf Ytf-
gerstion be called a labor opera operator
tor operator of the type of the notorious
James .Beck, also of the Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' Union, which seems to be
composed of racketeering officials
. i i i.... --j
ana A meiuuerBuiji vi iuucii "u
easy marks.'
Recently he was tried by a ju
ry "of his peers" in the District
of Columbia, for hiring a lawyer
to get a job on the Senate Com
mittee, which has been investigat investigating
ing investigating the corruption and racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering in the- International Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood of Teamsters. The plan was
for the lawyer to steal documents
from the files of the Committee
and give them to Hoffa. v
Tha lawver aim Jnhn C. fliaaa.
ty, when approached by Hoffa and
his agents, first went to the Sen
ate i.ommiiiee ana reponea me
scheme. He was told to accent Hof-
fa's offer and was given a job on
the Committee, headed by Sena Senator
tor Senator John L. McClellan of Arkan
sas. From that moment he was
monitored by Federal Bureau of
Investigation agents.
: Hnffa had nffM-arl rhaav tm
000, for stealing information from
uie xues m tne investigate com committee.
mittee. committee. He had hMn naid CSflnn
at the time of the arrest of Hof
fa. The navment waa racnrdnd on
film and witnessed by FBI agents,
or course, witnout the knowledge
ui noua. v
The documcnta "tnlen" from
the files of the Committee for the
$2000 navment were fnnnd in Vint.
fa's pockets at the time of his
arrest. This ancr niuch more sim similar
ilar similar evidence was presented by the
government at tne trial. Nevertne Nevertne-less,
less, Nevertne-less, a jury found Hoffa not guil guilty.
ty. guilty. Thia verdict waa haaad lavoal
on Hoffa's unsupported statement
that he had hired Cheasty only
to defend other officials of th
Teamatera' Union tk. e.
. " UV
ate IhvesUgating Committee. He
aemea wnnoui any supporting e e-vidence
vidence e-vidence the facts of record pre presented
sented presented bv tha DTaaerutinn T mm
sound unbelievable that a jury
would accept his simple denial in
refutation of the proof submitted
uy we government.
Jl 1 j ZV '"lit; AJ30
injected the question of racial pre prejudice
judice prejudice into the trial by charging
that once Cheasty was "hired to
freak a Negrp bus strike in.Flor-
u. vueaiiy aamitted that he
had acted as "impartial investiea-
tOJV and thnmoA th.f ki.
mendation for settlement had been
-ccepiea Dy Do:n imes. Then, re re-eardlesi
eardlesi re-eardlesi m th tat th.t :
dence waa nrHrri itn.b..
. , 'uiucii UUII1
the record by the trial judge, it
icuu nao ju lnuuence on
the Jury.
" wuj5i v v weixni
champion of the world, and not
nuiea as an mteuectrual or legal
expert, was apparenUy associated
With the ronnisl Aw k. A-t
- -- -- mo UC1CUIB.
He sat in the court room for two
luu on occasions was seen
to confer with Hoffa Th. m....
Press was used by Hoffa with paid
urKuremeuii WDJCfl played UD
the racial question.
Now non nt tm. k.j 1
ing on the gut or innocence of
the defenadant Hoffa. However, the
Jury was preponderantly Negr at
a ratio of nine to ton-. Tt,... j..
rors performed no service to jus-
ui 10 meir race, it is nard to
see how U.S. Negro citizeng can
COmolain about the rurhm,
ly unjust verdicU of all white ju juries
ries juries in the South, after this exhi
bition of racial bias.
.There haa been a
in the United States over the pro
poses, tnu 01 an American sol soldier,
dier, soldier, named Girard, by a Japa Japanese
nese Japanese court. Some of the nhiotinti
is based on the assumption, that
a wm not get a iair trial. Tne
Jaeaneae mieht now renlw that
charge by pointing to the Hoffa
xiua uiu aiao wcaaeag.UlC
objection to jury trials in the South
for violation of retina rlvhta nnm
before Congress.
Leaders of the International
Brotherhood of Teamsters have
been thumhina their nnua at tk
Congressional committees and al-
ao at wa execuuve aepartment of
the Government. Now Jimmy Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa has tha chance to da. tuat that
at tha courts. However, he still
has to face trial in New York
State on. an indictment for illegal
wire-tapping, ana use jury there
may not be influenced by Joe
Louis.
Senator Barnr CoMwat
publican of Arizona, commenting
ea the Hoffa verdict said: "Joe
Louis makes a pretty good de defense
fense defense attorney: that is all I can
isay." Another Republican. Sena
tor Irving Ives of New York, can can-ad
ad can-ad the Hoffa verdict "a miscar miscarriage
riage miscarriage of Justice." He also warned warned-uat
uat warned-uat Hoffa's troubles are not end ended
ed ended sa be has not yet appeared be before
fore before the Senate Select Committee.
SMOKINO, CANCIR
AND AIM TRAYS
Several orears ago my doctor
told me to quit smoking for a
year. I did that and when the
year was ap I didst aUrt unok unok-g
g unok-g again, l am ta have lost
the yea for It, but to the mean meantime
time meantime the question of smoking and
at tua &af 4.V a.
rV ". eomt wp.
- Just happens that I (topped
invoking titer stifferiBg a blood
ew ia mj right hmg whicb I
leu ad auite !.... 1 ..j o.;.k.
-1 -1 mint W1UU
wai 1 tacky to furrire. But ta apite
blood clots and cancer of the
iK ah trays ia t
Admioiatratioa Bnildlnv ara a
tractiTattiat I am tempted to start
amount ataia. at leaat arhea

Sup

P ALAMOS. Spain Important.
I think, in terms of international
propaganda favorable to the A A-merican
merican A-merican way of life, is a thing that
is happening for the second time
abroad in two years. This is the
establishment of a typical Ameri American
can American supermarket at the United
States exhibit at the Grand Fair in
Zagreb, Yugoslavia, in early Sep September.
tember. September.
Last year they showed a Super-
mercato USA" in ome and the
thing proved such a hit that Ita Italian
lian Italian businessmen bought the e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment and used it to start three
self-service markets, which since
have come on so strong that they
have bad to close the doors to keep
the stampeding ihoppers under
hand.
This year the beat advertise
ment I knew far American llv llv-inaj
inaj llv-inaj will be a bit more valuable
to us, since Yugoslavia is close
enough to the Curtain to make
tha insiders unhappy, with their
dreary tot. About 4,000 luxury l
terns in Communist thinking
that the American housewife
accepts as her due will be dis displayed
played displayed In a 10,000 -foot square
area In Zagreb. Whan the show
ia ever, tha grub, cosmetics and
conveniences go to charity, but
the memory and the facilities
linger en.
I date back to the Pleelv Wieelv
in my home town, and I still think
that the supermarket which is on

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

NAMES MAKE NEWSt Aren't
Piers Dixon, son of Sir Piersoa
Dixon, Britsh envoy, to UN, and
Edit Roosevelt, granddaughter of
the good Roosevelt, TR that is,
discussing more wan gioDai pon
tics at El Morocco?
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE: The
Fulton Lewis Jr. fund for Mrs.
Joe McCarthy is now in excess
of $150,000 mostly in small con contribution!.
tribution!. contribution!. That's the little man's
answer to the Senate's censure.
THINK YOU GOT TROUBLES:
Pity poor Cary Grant. He told bis
pals at the private breakfast at
Ed Wynne a gay Harwyn (but wno
can be gay at breakfast?) that
he'll have to take off for the rest
of the year because be can't af-
lora to make anotner iiinu He got
$250,000 plus ten per cent of the
box-office gross on "Pride and the
Passion," "An Affair to Remem
ber preemed this week and "Kiss
Them for Me" will be released
soon.' . I
JUST A LOAD OF -NOTHING:
Is Howard Hughes readying a re
turn to ue tuckers via an MGM
take-over?. .Wisdom of a White
Way Wolf: Catch Roberta Mac-
Donald at Le Cupidon. (Steve
Herzfeld likes to catch ner, too).
.Producer Mike Myerberg kills
two stones with one tab at Chez
Vito where, he's almost a nightly
Band-bolder of actress Mary Sin
clair while listening to the pipes
of lovely Leyna Gabriele, who is
his choice for the upcoming Broad
way production of "The Ballad of
Baoy Doe." Leyna (Mrs, Vito)
created the role at the Central Ci City
ty City Opera festival
THIS IS GOSSIP: Wasn't that
Paul Smith, .counsel for the Brinks
bandits, ea the Paa-Americaa clip clipper
per clipper en route to Rome ? Is it a
coincidence that the Supreme
Court appeal is oa the Pall calea-
asr? Aran t a couple of promi prominent
nent prominent but involuntary residents of
Italy named Luciane and Adonis
often thoucift to know more about

Breakfast Food

ermarkets Aloroad
By BOB RUARK ; ,?

ly a speeded-up expansion of the
old country store is our great greatest
est greatest contribution to comfort, culture
and economy. Any man with soul
so cold that he dan walk through
the enormous avenues of a really
good supermarket withtout drool drooling
ing drooling and overbuying on the small1
delicacies ss well as the large ne necessities
cessities necessities is a stodgy fellow, indeed.
It's posible that ,'th; American
lady has gotten accustomed to the
opulence of a constant display of
fresh, frozen, tinned and other a a-bundant
bundant a-bundant goods, but no exhibition of
art or culture could possible make
a comprable impact on a Euro European'
pean' European' woman. i ; : j-j-
On this side of tne sea we go to'
the fishmonger for fish, to the
green market for fruit and vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, to the specialist for canned
Stuff, to the butcher for meat, the
poulterer for eggs and fowl, the
tobacconist for cigarettes and
newspapers.' Deep-frozen, economy
stuff is rarely known.
An American supermarket, to
an average European housewife,
would assume the aspect of a due due-bill
bill due-bill on Santa Cluas. a blank check
to Tiffany, and a free coupon for
mink coats. v ,.
From a propaganda paint,
word already has r begun xto
spread on this aide of the water
about the lustiness of American
living; A cook who cannot read
regularly acana my copies of tho
Saturday Evening Post and Life.
Could Smith be seeking their de depositions?
positions? depositions? L
I WONDER WHAT .BECAME
OF: King Levinsky, the fighter?
He's peddling ties on the Las Ve Vegas
gas Vegas Strip. iSloan Simpson? She's
back in circulation with Arnold
Purdom (who be?) 'at the Eden
Roc. .Sam Berger The1 one onetime
time onetime fabulous promoter of freaks
and an erstwhile cafe owner was
married to a wealthy Britisher,
but left her and; her millions to
return to Bway and his first Love.1
Now he's publicizing the Ripley
Believe It Or Not Odditorium.
A JOB THEY LOVE: Mamie
Van Doren will have nine guys
wooing her in- "A Star Ttkes- a
Holiday" to be filmed In Rome.
Among them are -Walter Chi art
and Vittorio De Sica. Wish I was
a atari
POST CARDS FROM THE
PRESS AGENTS: David Atkinson,
of Jones Beach "Show Boat,' act acting
ing acting like a star with Toni Ardea
at tne Press Box which is just a-
round the corner from the. apart
ment in which his wife, lovely Ca
rol Zane (the literary lass), lives
while she s getting the papers. .
Smart Tony Bennett Jumpine in
on the Hawaiian music craze with
In the Middle of aa Island."
Record sold more thaa 200,000 co copies
pies copies ia two weeks. .Here's A
Switch: Dick Co we II, Jorge Gui-
me, Bob Evans and Sbermaa Fair-
child were aot aeea at Janseen?
famed Hofbrau this week. (But, I
WSS.) I
THIS IS NO GAO: A girl ap
plied to the Habana Riviera's Ben
Smith for a show gal Job and de
scribed herself aa beautiful with
a teasing disposition. -For Lopos
Only: Harvey The Fireman" Bo-
rracho Kiss Room. He's keeping a
box-score. The character seea with
the most damsels In the next sev seven
en seven days, wins the prire a date
with the new "Miss Universe.
Comedian Georgia De itt is bar

red from the contest. Has a pro

,

She dotes on the advertisements,
has the. recipes translated, mem-
rises them, and commits them
to the table. Campbell's' Soup or
"Batty Crocker loom a lot targor
in her Ufa than anything John
Foster Dulles is apt to aay or do.
It would be difficult to explain
to an average untraveled Ameri American,
can, American, woman the Importance of the
fairyland in which she i lives' as
seen through strange eyes. The air air-conditioning,
conditioning, air-conditioning, the deep-frozen jtood,
the' large economy, packets, : the
shortcuts to houseworks the nark
ing centers and shopping centers,'
tne various services one rinds n
the yellow pages of the' phone book
T-even the simple phone service
itself. t .'
But if we show enough of these
boons to daily uvini around the
world, enough normal female jeal
ousy will oe aroused to create a
deal of dissatisfaction with the
daily difficulties of dealing with the
inner man and keeping the cabin
Clean. -'.,.
It is the only solid argument I
know for our general way of living
-4he lush plenty that is available
to the average Amerllaa i -"pea
sant. &ome aay, somehow, it per percolates
colates percolates upstairs, like coffee ia the
morning, when political pressure
gets wafted elsewhere, lost in the
breeze. .. . ...
Give us more supermarkets a a-broad
broad a-broad and less information .jerv .jerv-ices,
ices, .jerv-ices, and we'll all save lives' sad
money. v-w.
ONLY FORTY-SIX DAYS TO
WINCH ELL- (And hurrah): Trade
talk' around McCarthy's Steak
House snout the upcoming TV
show. "The Walter WincheU File."
says it's a winner. Begins Oct. 2
for Revlon. WW is in 'Hollywood
now, knocking bis brains well
switching again, this -time from
Renata Tebaldi, the famed Met
Opera thrush, to Maria Csllas, the
ditto. Elsa first took Tebaldi's side
In the feud, now she's praising
Callas. Jf the Pierre Hotel dou doubling
bling doubling its ballroom-to fight the Wal Waldorf's
dorf's Waldorf's supremacy in the field?. -.
Thornton Wilder's ''Alceste" wss
a big hit iv Zurich. It's his first
dedicated to a woman. And what
a woman: Marion Mill Preminger.
(Did you know that Wilder once
taught English at the University
of Hawaii?) s'u
CLASSIFIED REAL ESTATE:
Groucho Marx Just moved into bis
quarter-of-a-millioa buck Califor California
nia California manse. His wife has a sunken
bath with gold fixtures. .Univer-
al-Internationatiooal'a Andrs Mar
(she's Lee Strasberg's protege) is
the reason why Robert Waeer Waeer-man,
man, Waeer-man, a Philly investment broker,
bought a Hollywood home to be
near her. .Claire Bloom, the Brit British
ish British bloom, is Hollywood house-hunting.
.-
- -' v-' '-
DATA FROM THE DRUM-
BEATERS: Turban Bey. Ihe Mia Miami
mi Miami photof (why I remember aim
when be was a movie star) to ro
mancing Lorna Deane, am Arthur
Muray instructress. . .Margie
Hart, the former burieycue atar
stripper, is opening s fashionable
Hollywood dress shop' a cress from
Schwab's famous drug store aad
she s gmng to name it "Sremauat,
lad." This to Yiddish for "rags."
. J suppete this is eld. but for
give me, I'm aew: Are Helmut
Dantine and Nicola Michaels
(Nick Scbenck's daughter) piaa-

ning a merger?
WW IS ON VACATION

LiEnRVfO-RourJD

By .'JACK' ANDERSON J.
' WASHINGTON Chaplains
arenV supposta to talk auouv. u
tms sioe w. lue puipit. Out many
nave compiaineu pnvateiy uml
tne armeu xorces are trying to
lUulU ail rluiCauuM VilUib.d IDlU
uue au-emuracmg reugiou tor a-
inerkau suiuieis.
tveu sucu iiua-Prote$tants as
the wrthouox, moimons, iuunam iuunam-medans,
medans, iuunam-medans, uuuuhisis, anu auieisis
are luiuoeu wiui lue- rroieamuu
aiiu soiueumes ioiccd to receive
kcneiiti rrotestaui msirucuou a-
gMuist uieir win.
Aiiy cuuxcu mat resists suuaeu-
ly luias us quota Or ch-Viains
uiasucatly cut. evt txaniyu., ine
eastern iruouox chiuvu uujects
to iMiiig Mueieu 's- riOmataoir auu
wants uie i-ieiM to num. aevarate
eiViH irteouit: tue cuurctt ciyi't
get tne aiueuse utviivui; w w w-yoint
yoint w-yoint more man 1U ci uiuuux enay-
tm thia church has as many
memoeis aa uie episcopalians wuu
auouou m tuapihuio, mule
memnera tnau tue uiscipleg oi
cutikt wno me auoweu axu chap-
laius.. -
j uuierr who insist on holding
thetr own aeivces are the curA-
ji ocieutiaia, iuuituuus, ana
cuurcues. oi cunsts. xue.e aeuu aeuu-nuuauous
nuuauous aeuu-nuuauous are ieuicteu to U, iu,
ana o cdapiauu respectively, i ei
uieitt aie as uauy muxm, tor
exampie, as uiscipies ui auriat,
wuu iit: v uuietuioie cuapiauis.
what maxes uus'uiscriniuiauou
alt uie more giatuig is tnat tne
m-meu xoicea aweat- (presumaoiy
uue n a stac ui Uiuie) meu
cnapiuin quota are uueu stricuy
accoiuing to cuui'cu ;membersuiy.
'inis iwouia, ehtiue tue uruiouox to
aoout iuo Cutfpiaiiia anu uie moi moi-mous
mous moi-mous aoou't o, instead ot 10
yiece.' y---v.jr.
w d.iKAU M -' aaiaV aa. .A a a
... UK inOUwA V.S. hAiriULIW
ueu uie uruiouox comptaiued
about oeing snort cnangeu. tne
iexense xa;partmeut augesteu
Uiey use Cuiuuc cnaplauui. 'ine
UiuiouM, nowever, nave uau some
b..ter uocumai uisuutes witn uie
Camobcs. renupe uecaust ui
uiis, uie OrmouoA as rioteoianta;
wmuh maxes it au ine mote par-
aaoxicai mat tuey snouia w s
ea to use catholic cuapiains.
most Army, wttvy, aua Air
Force; bases discourage, nut sou
aiiow, any ueuumuiattwu to contact
in own services, xne eaten is tnat
tne services usually aren't permit permit-tea
tea permit-tea i tne- regular, enured ume.
iacitiaiiu au' ores ase, Xex.,
fiLany orueieu the nlormofls to
stop holcung 2unaay mortuug serv-
aie nowauiug iuuus to ouud toeu toeu-own
own toeu-own cnapei just outsiue tne base.
jiveu more snvcamg, acoi ait
Force Base, Hi., actuatly issued
tms written regulations: it is con con-siaereu
siaereu con-siaereu tnat tue general tostestant
rengioui euucauou piogram pre pre-viues
viues pre-viues tor au rroiebtaut groups,
beparate aeuommauonai religious
eaucation programs will not be
conducted.'; -:.
Lacuand, which trains most Air
Force recruits, requires au Dksic
trainees : to. auenu reugious wor wor-stup
stup wor-stup service, catnoncs auu Jews
are seut to taeir own services, au
tne rest, uiciuuiag some wuoe re-
ugtoa lormus uiem irom auena auena-lug
lug auena-lug rrotestaut services, are lorcea
to attena rotestant cnurcn.
drawees are aieo marcued to
rebgious trauunt classes. Again,
cue urtnouox, juouamueaana, a-
tneists ana tue jue are idiceu to
uue jrioteataui instruction.
"ftu trainees win auend th
(religious instruction peruxis aa
a pan ot their scneuiueu training."
uio reguiauuus uecree. :
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
Chaplaius uomt out." however:
reugiuua Iieeuoui. imo iawa can ut
uiatsuie consumuou guarantees
paMea to restrict any 1 engiou. 2
ven miuuuy reguiauunartueyiay
cannw. eveiruu, tne i'JLV'-
- in ipmu
-- Wcea nave oesign-
u great Gi cnuron
KTCBl cnurcn. arm
prescrioed a standard worship that
.
Affairs of State
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-California
4 Likewise
Wheeling,
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11 Slender
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agency
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land
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is supposed to fit all Protestant
and minority religions.. : These GI j
services carefully svoid doctrinal
questions'. The sermons are re restricted
stricted restricted pretty much to morality
lectures. s
This has upset even some, of the :
big Protestant Cheches. A confi confidential
dential confidential deskletter to all,' Lutheran
chaplains, for example, recently
referred to the GI services witn
the wry comment: '."The week's
ration of religion has been is issued."
sued." issued." ;
The Rev. Dr; Engebret O. Mid-,
boe, Secretary of the Lutherans'.;
Military personnel Buieau, declar
e'd in his annual report for 195B:
''There is taking place avsepara- i
tion between the service church
and the civilian denomination
One cannot help but question tha
continuing and consistent empha emphasis
sis emphasis upon the general Protestant as i
over against ,the denominatwnal
service. In some instances, one
would not dare td deviate from :
what has already 'been'set tiown
(the prescribed GI service) .for
fear f.iat there would be admin-';
totrative consequences.. c
CHURCH COLLECTIONS
'.'It is now 15 years since a i
large number of service personnel
first Joined the armed torces at
the beginning of World War II,".
Dr. Midboe's report continues.
"Many of these have staled on,
have reared families and their
children are how in the confirma confirmation
tion confirmation and adolescent age. Since
these service people have been so
long separatea from their civilian
communities, they have no longer
borne congregation to which
they feel. any loyalty. Many have
therefore requested that their pas pastoral
toral pastoral acts be inscribed in the lo local
cal local chapel. ( T
"It ia noted therefore with some
deep concern that here we- have
in every sense of the word a
church a military church which
is performing all the functions of
a church except training and or ordaining
daining ordaining its clergy." r .
Note: Another complaint is that
the "military church" takes up
collections eachf Sunday whicn
might bther wise help finance the
different denominations. Lackland
Air (Base alone collected over $90, $90,-000
000 $90,-000 laist year passing the plate at
"general Protestant" services.
The money is spent for religious
vestments or donated to worthy
causes. But the various denomina denominations,
tions, denominations, hard up for cash to finance
church -projects, would like to re receive
ceive receive a share of the over-all GI
Church's annual take
HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
. Assistant President Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams telephoned Secretary of De Defense
fense Defense Wilson the other day about
Senator -Symington .of Missouri.
Adams "asked Wilson if there
wasn't some way to stop Syming Syming-tan
tan Syming-tan from investigating the Admin Administration's
istration's Administration's military spending poli policies.
cies. policies. Symington had been critical
of the spending limit which the
White House clamped on the armed-
forces. Wilson replied that he
knew of no wsy for a Republican
secretary to stop, a Democratic
senator from investigating any anything.
thing. anything. .The Air Force has re received
ceived received so many complaints about
its screaming jet planes that it
has asked its contractors to de design
sign design a noiseless jet. They must
eliminate the noise, however, with with-out,
out, with-out, reducing the plane's military
efficiency. . .Krishna Menou has
urged Nasser to play off Britain
and America against each other.
Nasser and Menon have been in
close contact since the Egyptian
invasion. . .Radioactive fallout
has been so heavy over some Si Siberian
berian Siberian village that several dozen
oeople have suffered severe radia radiation
tion radiation burns. This report was pick picked
ed picked up by U.S. observers following
Russis's recent H-Bomb test- -'.
Ernest Grucmug, ex Governor of
Alaska now unofficial "Senator"
from Alaska, had drammed up 22S
votes In the House and 58 in tha
Senate for 'Alaska statehood be began.
gan. began. Now. as usual,, it looks as if
Alaska will have to wait another
. llu .iinr an1ia.
is rainimum wsge legislation. It
will take a legislative miracle tf
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AGE THREE
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Rackets Probers Accuse Union
Of Replacing Deficit In Funds
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SATURDAY JULY 27. 1957

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BROILED FRANKFURTERS

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rod, one expert lias .round water, strange s it seems, in a
Frankfurt; -Germany;' swimming pool packed with broiled
Frankfurters. 'The expert, whose leg can be seen jutting from
water at rower right, was just one of thousands in the area

seeking; belief from the oppressive heat

J Uy hv EnkiM Johno 1Tll j f

l HOLLYWOOD'" (NE A) noiiy noiiy-woodites
woodites noiiy-woodites Are Talking About:
Singer Mae Williams' "come "comeback"
back" "comeback" as the star of a Los Angeles
TV program -u-her first job since
th was Raloh Edwards' star
guest on "Thia Is Your Life" two
years ago-.'-comesses; me.
"i wm at the bottom of the bar
rt aftir 'This Is Yaor Life.' A t t-levis'jn
levis'jn t-levis'jn series I was sppoed te
do want to pot. my manager r
i off and I hivwiii seen mm ins.
I couldn't get a job. I had to all
house to feed my cmw. dui now
m hinmi undina."
MoA'it "hannv ending" includes
ihe "husband of my dreams "Vic
tor Ferry, wnom sno niaiiicu di
months ago;
Tha separation ofi Eleanor Dona Dona-nH
nH Dona-nH hubaV Richard Smith. She
!... oHu : mi "Father Knows
Besf .and. he's, atn NBC-TV-engin
er..Wagstiers saying that kids in
San Fernanda VaUey are playing
a nvW 0HR1M Pin the Sideburns on
r.Kls...,Annl. Sothem 'collecting'
js nnn for her cuest appearance
on th first hour-long Desi Arnaz Arnaz-I,ucilie
I,ucilie Arnaz-I,ucilie (Ball telefilm due for re re-iAk
iAk re-iAk in" tha fall. Cameras toll
June 17.
Frank Lovoy reaction to ea ea-lypso
lypso ea-lypso mutic: Jwat when you've
figum'd out what they Ve saying the
music stops."-
Sal Mineo taking his doctor with
him to Chicago for the premiere of
"Dino." He's, being treated for an
eye infection.... "Mickey Spillane
hitting the Hollywood telefilm
stages in August as a new aeries
from Revue Productions. Mike
Hammer still hasn't been cast.
Rita Hayworth confirming re reports
ports reports that daughter Yasmia sails
from New York June 26 for a six
weeks' visit with papa Aly Khan in
Eruope. .Mickey Rooney's red red-haired
haired red-haired wife, Elaine, starring as
"Calamity Jane" in a telefilm se series
ries series being made for John Wayne's
independent film company. She
will shelve the Elaine Rooney tag
for billing simple as Calamity
Jane..x.Juli4 London saying she and
Bobby Trwi still plata UK wed
' sometime this summer.". Brod-

NY Smnitrat i&mmeToV Sapio
Sure He Left No $11200 In Cab

, NEW YORK fUP) No one
time forward today to claim the
$11,200 cabbie Harold Petrie found
in his taxi. Democratic National
Committeeman Carmine De Sapio,
said it wasn't -his, -
Petrie found the package of
worn and water -stained billsr on
the back seat of his cab Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday moraine just after he drove
De Sapio from his lower Fifth
Ave. home to the Hotel Bittmore,
headquarters of the Democratic
State Committee.. v ( j
'."I'm certaifi 1 Jeft no package,
certainly not .one with $11,200 in
it," De Sapio said.
Th bills Petrie found were to
$50 and -$100 denominations. The
notes were stiff and appeared to
have become dampened, and then
dried v i
Th hill were eld. -'
The hoard will become Petrie's,
Lese Majeste
LOOTC? (UP) 1. Three ladles
drove up to Buckingham Palace
la e lured Rolls Royce to sign the
Visitors' book. At they were leav-!
big, they climbed into what they
thought was their car. They ne-
flected to notice that it didnt
ave a license plate indicating
Queen .F.Uzabeth's official car.:
This is the royal car," the dnv-'
er said to the embarrassed ladies.
' t .-. v

Si v S
WithouMhe help of a divining
erkk (Highway Patrbl) Crawford
and Kay Griffith finally signing a
property settlement, clearing the
way for their -divorce.
ROBERT DIX, son of the famed
star Richard Dix, and his wife,
Janet Lake, dating the stork.
That slant-eyed warbler in a Hoi
ly wood Chinese cafe singin, in Ch
ese, "You Aint Nothin' But a
Hound Dog.". .Terry Moore's
husband, Eugene McGrath, leas
ing all of Warner Bros oki mov
ies for TV distribution in Soih
and Central America. His partner
is" Donna Reed's husband, Tony
uwen. i m v..
Red 'SkeltdWs 'comment about
Hollywaodite Who likes dry Mar
tinis: 'Thy so dry they rve
them to him lit an hour-glass."
Steva Cochran naming his 125
pound police dog "Shane." So he
can say, no doubt, "Come back,
bnane.
MERLE OBERAON and Bruno
Pagliai plotting marriage aboard
his yacht. Jack Benny, I hear, will
be nest man. .Lux Viieo Theater
fading from an hour to a half-hour
show in-the fall....June Allyson
and Dick PoweH living in Sp
rate hotels on Waikiki Beach,
where he's airecting "Tha Enemy
Below." But they mat every night
for dirner. ."The Jamea Dean
Story,'1 documentary on tha late
star s life, helping to finance schol scholarships
arships scholarships in the field of dramatic
arts. Part of the film's profits will
go to the james Dean f oundation.
CANTINFLAS turning down the
role of "Don Quixote" in the new
movie being planned by Mike
fodd....Tab Hunter coming, back
to 'life" in a new ending for "La "Lafayette
fayette "Lafayette Escadrille." Snaeak pre preview
view preview audiencer rebelled, the studio
says, against his death in the final
reel.. ..Peggy Lee. hiring a Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood press agent to give her the
good old glamor build-up,
Jack Haley Jr slated for train training
ing training as a jet fighter pilot at Lack
land Air Bate.A.Slick line in the
book, "The Big Frame": "Some
times a inia pulls the wool over
his wife's eyes by using the wrong
yarn.'? ;
in SO days if it is not claimed.
Petrie said- he picked up- his
fare at the Firth Ave. addresa and
drove Mo to the iBiltmore. The
fare was $1.?S, he said. ; He de
scribed tua passengers appear appearance
ance appearance as that of De Sapio.
The Tammany leader and New
York secretary of state confirmed
he had taken such t course and
paid a $1-25 taxi charge. ;
De Sapio said he had not no noticed
ticed noticed an thing on the taxi seat
when he got in. He laid he had
spread some morning mail out on
the seat, but scooped, them up
wbea he arrived at the Biltmore.
v"When I got out I left no pack package,"
age," package," be said, "I eaat under understand
stand understand ft." -
.: : v ,.
Petrie ;ald 'If no one -claimed
the money and it became hit be
"would put it to good use."
He said one thug-he wouldn't
buy-was a cab.
- -i'-- 1 1 1
.The Missing Lirk
riTERSONv NJ. OTP) Wil William
liam William Heathcote explained to Ro Rosalie
salie Rosalie Rejamia today that the car
he borrowed from her wasn't run run-nuig
nuig run-nuig anymore. He told her that
when t.e returned to the ear
where he Lad parked it. and got
in to start it, nothing happened.
Someone bad jacked up the car
and stolen the, drive shaft.-.

JMIfr s

BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

pORTH D)
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EAST
17
WEST
4J75
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SOUTH
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- No one vulnerable
North East South West
J 4k Pass; 2N.T. Pass
SN.T Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead J
The best that can be said a-
bout North's opening bid is that
it was a minimum He would
have liked to drop South's two
no-trump response but the bid
is an absolute force so North
gritted his teeth and bid three
no-trump.
South's 13 point two no-trump
was a minimum also and the
combination should have wound
up in the soup but fortunately
for declarer East and West were
in there pitching and they com combined
bined combined to let him make his con
tract.
Things started out b a d 1 y
enough for declarer. West open
ed the Jack of diamonds. Then
East made the first mistake. He
played low!
South ducked. It would have
been silly to win the first lead of
that suit.
Now West came through with
a real mistake. He continued
with the ten of diamonds. East
played the queen and South
ducked- again. East shifted to
the deuce of clubs and West won
with the" ace. He led the king of
diamonds but it was too late!
South took his ace and planed
the king and .nine of spaeTes.
West played low and East was
in with the queen.
Since East bad no more dia diamonds
monds diamonds declarer claimed the bal balance
ance balance of the tricks and his con contract.
tract. contract. West had no excuse for not
leading the king of diamonds at
trick two. His opening lead had
clearly shown that be held the
ten also and he should have al
lowed for the possibility that his
partner, had played -low wnn
queen and one.
If west had made this play he
would have established his dia diamonds
monds diamonds heforn his ace of clubs
could be knocked out and South
would have been; down at least
one trick,
Humphrey Leaves
Balanced Budget,
light Money' Row
WASHINGTON (UP) George
Magoffin Humphrey will hang up
his homberg next Monday as
Treasury secretary.
Behind him he leaves the pros prospect
pect prospect of a third straight balanced
budget the first time this three-in-aow
feat has been accom accomplished
plished accomplished since the great depression
of the 1930's. .
During his regime the national
debt was rertuced by two billion
dollars to 272 billion dollars.
-He alst leaves some hot contro controversies
versies controversies over his policies notably
the celebrated "tight money" sit situation
uation situation and the high interest rate
the government has been paying
lately on its own securities.
Ahead of the Cleveland industri-
.liet innthiw tnirr of dutv in
1Mb ..--
big business, this time as board
chairman or rauonai &ieei Anv Anv-Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh. Anv-Pittsburgh. Tha whit nnimn announced that
.UV . ..W
Humphrey will depart next Mon Monday.
day. Monday. His -resignation was an
nounced in May. wi lucraHw,
former Deputy Defense Director
Robert B. Anderson, will be sworn
in the tint day at 11 a.m e.d.L
in President Eisennower a oruce.
Playing It Cool
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Southern
California's current warm spell
it was 86 Wednesday didnt
bother actress Amanda Blake, the
sexy saloon hostess on CBS-TV's
"Guns moke" series. Tht latest
story in the aeries features her
sitting in a frontier-type bathtub
filled with cool, cool water.
Stomach Gases
Affect The Heart
Many aae tnTolring palplta palplta-.
. palplta-. tions are caused by Gaaea e
ma nh, .mirtni. imumi and uvoct
tomach. but i alw barmAa in many
Aft a ling Iff TCV
rc sr liwt la feeling ufftoei.
difficulty in rethln ana
th MM at heart. It atiht ke
aid that tUnwti aetda are creatine
eaeaa. which aa tney raw wn pi an are
en tha heart. Thla te fraojoenUy Oie
of difflcuttr ta breatiUBf ana
sharp peine which are felt.
Wnetner a pmtuu m yooni or
OS fonuflaa ot etflmacJi faaat hi a
nelnful vi nation which damanda hai-
aaedlata and careful attention.
Ta fet rid f theae gaaae etiMcJr. s
deem tha etamaeh and oeutraUxa n
acidity, there ta nothing Better nan
NeatraeM after each BMal or vkaww
Mceaianr. It ctrea practically hwtant
relief.
Tea win find Ween-eeM
an dnifBrtorei In powdered form. Tt
caeta Wry bttla. but he eure yoa are
frttinj the swrtna WeaiUatid.

WASHINGTON,' July 27 (UP-

senate racket ; investigators, saia
yesteiVay two top officials of the
Textile Workers Union- hurriedly
raised $M1,1S0 hx three weeks aft
er AFL President George Meany
accused them of filing a "phony
report" on union finances;
The committee said union Pres President
ident President Anthony Valente ; and Secretary-Treasurer
iL 1 o y 1 Klenert
paid 1U per cent i n t e r e s t to
a group if note shavers" on one
big iobn which was about one one-quarter,
quarter, one-quarter, of the total. i
It further, accused ; Valente of
borrowmgi money through an em employer
ployer employer with whom his union had
a contract to replace union funds
Valente used to buy his own home.
- But Valente said it was just a
personal transaction. He insisted
the company got no favors ia -re
turn. 5 ... :
He also swore that tt was "just
a coincidence" that the union first
deposited $95,000 as a down pay
ment on a never-purchased head headquarters
quarters headquarters just enough to pay. for
the homes he and Klenert bought
in 1652.
' Valente also attributed to "coin "coincidence"
cidence" "coincidence" that the union executive
board later ordered him to "lay
a a i d e" another $57,000 the
amount he and Klenert needed
and Used aa down payments on
their hon.es in a Washington sub-
Meany. now President of the
merged AB L-CIO, testified Mon Monday
day Monday that Valente and Klenert gave
him a "phony report" on their
union's figures in August, 1952,
when they wanted a loan from the
AFL.. Meany was then AFL sec
retary treasurer.
Meany said he challenged the
report and the two textile officials
later admitted it was false.
Both Valente and Klenert in
sisted they used the $57,000 as
down payments on their homes to
conceal the money from possibly
hostile new members of their At L
union who had bolted the CIO.
They said they considered the
money a loan amd later repaid it
to the union treasury.
"There was never no otner in intention
tention intention than to return it," Valente
said.
Valente and Klenert admitted
under questioning that they raised
helping ke
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL

7 7y I

iy i' i' i at

Tfce Sunday School is both a "primdry" school for beginning
Christians, and a "secondary" school for Bible students
to learn mart of Qod's word.
10:40 "WHY IS THE GOSPEL HIDDEN?"
The "good news" is for everyone, but to many people
the truth is hidden why?
640 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Tou only learn by "doing" put into practical use the truth
. you've learned. This is the way to walk a Christian life.
7:30 "LIVING IN THREE WORLDS"
There are 3 distinct worlds that influence the Christian;
which one has the greatest effect on your life?
BELIEVER'S BAPTIST GOSPEL RINGING
COLOR MISSION FILM "EL CONFLICTO"
' A mission film from the heart of Ecuador.
Nursery At AH Services Everyone Welcome
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

-I-

, When You Accept Christ as Your Personal

Saviour, Believe on Him ior Keaemption
From Sin, You Have Laid the Foundation
lor Truly Victorious living-.

9530 SUNDAY SCHOOL (a class for every age)
"It is never too late to study God's word! We urge you to put
eternal values first in tour Ufe. Begin Sunday to faithfully
, attend study the Bible. We will look Jor you
11:00 "HAVE YOU BEGUN TO LIVE
- 'Discouraged, disappointed?? Life, your Ufe, can have real
meaning and purpose. Listen to what the Bible says
: nbout your Ufe. Read Sxodus 12."
i.-OO YOUTH and ADULT FELLOWSHIPS
7:00 "PANORAMA of COLOMBIAN PERSECUTION"
See and hear from Rev. Josi Silua, native Colombian pastor K
- the fads political and religious i on the persecution
of Protestants. Ton can't afford to miss it. COME.
NURSERY PROVIDED A GOOD CHURCH HOME ;

$m,15p from "any ; and all"
Bourcea they could.
Committee Chairman John L.
McClellan (D-Ark) then said:;
. "This clearly indicates at least
it needs explanation that you had
to jet tnis money back into the
union treasury, and you had to
pay very high rates of interest to
get the money.
"Was that after Meany chal challenged
lenged challenged your audit report?"
Klenert demurred. But under
questioning, he. was unable to
name a single loan he received
before -Meany called the report a
Phony,
Valente 1 listed the following
loans he obtained in 1952 to pay
back the $r.7,ooo to the union till:
A $7,500 loan from the Philadel

phia National Bank. He said this
was the result of his approaching
Edward liuczkowski, personnel di director
rector director of Keaskey and Mattison
Alanufacunng Co., Ambler, Pa.,
for a loan as a personal friend.
A $T ,000 loan from Leslie
Schomo. vice president of Nation National
al National Publishing Co., Washington,
which did the union's printing.
Another $5,000 loan from Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Hilleary, a former restaurant
owner in Alexandria, Va.
The committee produced an af affidavit
fidavit affidavit from Buczkowski saying
the company endorsed, the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia bank note simply for
'good will." He said the company
promised, expected and got noth nothin
in nothin j Valente said he did not know
they had endorsed the note.-
: Valente Mid his union has won
wage increases of 30 to 40 cents
an hour from the firm since 1952
and the average wage there is
$2.07 an hour as compared with a
$1.51- average in the textile indus industry.
try. industry. The contract covered 800 to
800 workers.
Valente said he and Klenert also
borrowed a total of $33,300 from
a group of individuals here and
repaid it through the Riggs Na National
tional National Bank as a collecting agent.
He said he did not know until
recently that the men who actual actually
ly actually put up the money were "note
shavers" or "loan brokers" who
made them sign for a total of
$36,000 but delivered only $33,300.
He said his share of the loan was
$16,650.

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- PANAMA'S AMBASSADOR TO ITALY
FETED BY MR. AND MRS. ARIAS

Panama Assemblyman and Mrs. Manuel Arias were hosts last
night at a dinner in their home honoring the Ambassador of

Panama to Italy and Mrs. Kaiaet vanarino. ir. nrma is
man of the National Assembly of Panama and president of We
Permanent Legislative Committee.
Ambassador and Mrs. Vallarino have been spending their
' vacation in Panama.

1 Carman Thompson Feted
With Bby Shower
Mrs. William K. Thompson of
'Golf Heights was guest of honor
i last evening at a surprise uauy
' shower. The affair was held at
the home of Capt. and Mrs. K.
. W. McAllister in El Cangrejo.
- Co-hostesses with Mrs. McAllis McAllis-,
, McAllis-, tcr were Mrs. Leonard S. Hail
-and Mrs. H. K. Jonnstone. Approx-
imately 30 ladies attended the par par-ty.
ty. par-ty. II
- Miss Dorothy Cotton
-Biiceivej Businet Degree
"Miss Dorothy Cotton, daughter
p Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Cotton
Of Balboa, was graduated and re received
ceived received her degree June 29 from
Jtelsey-Jenney Business college
in California where she completed
ji secretarial course.
Members of the family attending
H orariuation were Mr. ana mis
'Cotton and daughter, Nancy; Mrs.
ill. c. Lumbv. lormer resident ol
Cristobal; and Mrs. D. H. .Bray
ton anri sons, from Cristobal.
Mr and Mrs. Cotton and the
girls plan to return to the Canal
Zone in September.
VFW Auxiliary
Holds Bingo At Gorgas
The VFW Ladies Auriliary,
Frank P. Albrook Post No. 3822,
gave their monthly bingo at the
Ked Cross recreation room at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital Wednesday evening.
All the ambulatory patients who
could leave their wards were pres-
, ent and participated in the eve evening's
ning's evening's activities. Prizes of cigar-
' ettes and comfort articles were
given and home-made cookies and
punch were served. The committee
for the evening consisted of Mrs.
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Louise Witzig and Mrs. Cly Pur
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Hallie Glenn Witcher
l ;td On Honor Roll
Miss Hallie Glenn Witcher, first
spmester graduate of Balboa Hign
School. Class of '57. was included
in the president's honor roll of Ok
Uhoma Baptist University, recent
ly announced by Dr. L. E. Solo
mon, dean and registrar.
Seventy-three students were iri
eluded in the honor roll, which re
quires a grade of "A" in 50 per
cent of course work with no grade
bow "."
Garden Club Meeting
Last Monday Evening
At the meeting of the Pat Mor
gan Garden Club held last Mon Monday
day Monday evening, the officers for the
new term, July '57-July '58 were
installed by Mrs. Clara Blasin Blasin-game.
game. Blasin-game. A brief musical program
was held during the evening, con consisting
sisting consisting of a vocal selection by
Mrs. Alethia Dudley and a piano
selection by Mrs. Olga Babb.
Another feature of the program
was the presentation of corsages
to the president, Mrs. 0. B. Slur Slur-ley,
ley, Slur-ley, to Mrs. Clara Blasingame, in installing
stalling installing master, and to Mrs. Car-
mpn Fawcett as a birthday token
Thp officers for the new term
ar as follows: Mrs. Ozra Shirley
Dresident: Mrs. Pearl Fredricks,
1st vice president; Mrs. Lucille 1
cons. 2nd vice president; Miss Va
lencia Lewis, recording secretary;
Mrs. Pauline Andrews, corre
sponding secretary Ivy Clark,
treasurer; and Mrs. Tthlyn Bel
grade, chaplain.
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Rodman Auxiliary
Hold Monthly Social
The Ladies' Auxiliary, Feet Re
serve Association, Unit 77 of
Rodman held their monthly so social
cial social last Tuesday at the Flamin Flamingo
go Flamingo Club.
Over fifty members and guests
were present, and a buffet was
served.
MISS NILDA DOLORES VE VELARDE'S
LARDE'S VELARDE'S engagement and com coming
ing coming marriage to Pfc. Daniel J.
GuiJmette of Ft. Clayton, C. Z.
and Farmington, Michigan is an announced
nounced announced by her mother, Mrs.
M. T. Velart'u of Panama City.
The wedding will take place
Aug. 3, at a Nuptial Mass in
the Ft.. Clayton Chapel.
Each notice (or inclusion In thlt
column should be tubmitted in
type-written form and mailed eo
the box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," er delivered
by hsnd to the office. Notice! ot
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
La Boca Council
Meets Monday
The La Boca civic council wil
hold a regular meeting on Mo
day night at the study hall com
mencing at 7:30 p.m. J
A report on the recent confer I
ence held with the Governor o
the Canal Zone last month will b.
given, and other matters of com- t
m unity interest will also be dis discussed
cussed discussed at the meeting. All resi I
dents are cordially invited to at
tend.
Airman 'Shook Up'
As Proxy Bride
Denies Ceremony
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (UP)-For-
mer U.S. airman Eugene R. Mu-
gan is all "snooK up over nis
British Sweetheart's denial of their
proxy marriage performed Dy a
municipal judge last Saturday.
"I don't understand it at all."
the 25-year-old Mugan said today.
as he awaited further word from
19-year-old Jean Smith of Little
Glemham, England.
Although the proxy marriage
was performed by Denver Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Judge Henry E. Santo, Miss
Smith said the first she knew
about it was from a report in a
London newspaper.
"As far as I'm concerned," she
told English Jiewsmen, "I'm still
Miss Smith and not Mrs. Mugan.
She also refused to talk by tele
phone with her would-be American
husband, whom she met iu 1955
while he was with the Air Force
in England. But Mugan still hoped
today they could get things
straightened out.
"I don't know why she'd do a
thing like that," he said. "She
must be all confused."
As for Mugan himself: "It's got
me all shook up."
Club Health Bureau
Holds Dance Tonile
At Vina del Mar
The Club Health Bureau will
hold its first anniversary dance
at the Casino Vina del Mar to
night beginning at 9 o'clock.
The Micro Taxi agency and
the club management have ar arranged
ranged arranged that special prices win
be charged to transport persons
attending the dance.
Among tne features win oe
prizes, and the appearance of
guest artists. Jabao JarvU and
his orchestra will provide mu music.
sic. music. Reserved tables may be bad
by calllna Panama 3-2361 or by
contacting- any member of the
club.
part of the proceeds from to tonight's
night's tonight's dance will be donated to
charity.
The Prodigy Script
nnn vwoOD fUPI Warner
Bros, did some research and
found ewt that a minister's son is
doing OK-with Msrilya Monroe.
Sir- Laurence Oliver, son of the
rm f:ru-rf srrr Olivier, stars
with ihm buTom blood in "The

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MA J. DAVID H. SMITH, Military Assistant to the Governor, is shown above receiving a ci citation
tation citation for meritorious service from Gov. W. E. potter. The ceremony took place during a fare farewell
well farewell party given in honor of Maj. and Mrjs. Smith by Gov. and Mrs. Potter at the Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's residence in Balboa Heights.

Kenya's Treetops Hotel
Rebuilt After Terrorism

NAIROBE, July 27 (UP) The
imous Treetops Hotel in Kenya-,
iiere Princess Elizabeth was tola,
the death of her father in Fe-
uary, 1952, is open to visitor. 1
,ain.
The original hotel was destroyed
r Mau Mau terrorists who turneo I
iri May, 1954. Now it has ueen
built at a cost of nearly 10,000 1
junds and visitors once Tiore wil i
able to watch some of the most
iciting wild life scenes in Afric;
ght on their doorstep.
From the balcony and observa t
a roof of the new building, the)
.11 see elephant, rhino, wart hog,
ick and every other type of game
i the Aberdare forest coming,
wn to the salt ucK m the clear
ig below.
The new Treetops has artificial
mndations, because the huge fig
ee on which the old one v. a.
lilt was too badly damaged to bt
;ed again. It has hot and cold
ater and electric power from a
nerating plant hidden in th
oU of a tree in the forest.
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The new building, which is 50
The glade in front of the hotel

11 be illuminated by a system of
uncial moonlight, the lamps be-
Dlaced in stirmnnriiru t-.-me
;t long and 25 feet wide, is, sup'-'
nea oy tne Drancne. of trets
jriiy. All the rooms have beeu
roofed to reduce the
; of game being frightened
luick window glass and tough
I t, a precaution -against leopards
a Danoons, nave Deen used m
construction of tne hoti whicBi
A. 1 house 14 1 guests. The uld one
uld accommodate' eisht people.
In the visitors' book of the old
hotel appears this entry by the
i e Jim corbett. the famous white
I inter:
c "For the first tima in the history
the world, a young girl climbed
f o a tree one day, a princess, and
j '.er having what she described
her most thri!lin experience,
'-e climbed down from the tree
I ; next day a queen God bless
..jr."

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Aunl Ellen Club
Marks Anniversary
Willi Exhibition
As a finale to their tenth an

nlversary celebration, the Aunt
alien ciub new an exhibition of
handicraft work,, accomplished
by the members during the past
year, at St. -Alban's parish ha)i
in Paralso last Thursday -evening.
.
A variety of sewing, crochet
and art work was placed on dis display,
play, display, and viewed by scores of
visitors.
First place honors went to
Mrs. Enid Greaves for an ardan ardan-ea:
ea: ardan-ea: second Dlace to Mrs. MF-
dalena Spencer for a crochet
skirt; and third to Mrs. Doris
Livingstone for a crochet hat.
Mrs. iona Thorpe was accorded,
honorable mention lor mouia.
ing.
T a Cimnv Vift m omhorfl AT..
tended services at the Calvary1
Baptist Church, Panama City,
f and in the evening an an .anni .anniversary
versary .anniversary program took place in
St. Alban's Darlsh hall, with
several guests attending.
Special speaker on the pro program
gram program was Miss Clarlsa Wattley,
an honorary member of the
club, who told of her experienc experiences
es experiences at a summer camp fer handi handicapped
capped handicapped children, while studying
in Chicago.
Danny Bishop, Jels
Take First Place
In Albrook Contest
Danny Bishop and the Jets
took first place over six. other
orchestras last nlirht aMhe Al Al-hrnnk
hrnnk Al-hrnnk Nfin nlub in a battle of
bands contest.
The contest was decided by
the applause of a large audience.
Runnerup was Bob Waller, and
his Dixie Cats and Al Leacky and
his orcnestra nmsnca umu.
Other competing bands were
Darnley Goodridge and his or orchestra
chestra orchestra the cotton pickers, the
Velvetones and the Gay- Spots.
An 18-plece Air Force band
was not allowed to participate
because of its size as compared
The winners received a prize,
. .... a n.. KrmVinirs- SZ3
oi sou uu ,iu" "" :r' 7h 7h-and
and 7h-and two bookings went to the
runnerup and the third-placers
got 15 and bkhTg.
pvt. Joe Uuey vi
emcee.
Mamie Will Fly
To Denver, Aid
Iri Park Opening
WASHINGTON, July 71 (UP) -Mrs.
Eisenhower will fly to Den Denver
ver Denver next week to take partin
r.a home town
park named her honor, tne
White Mouse inmnu w..,.
.The 32-scre "Mamie Doud
Eisenhower Park" U i the burb.
. m -rx m-iTl Kas Hatrfl la B tsd AM.
1 by Mayor Will Nicholson. Mrs.
Eisenhower was expected t Unit
her remarks U a-few words of
thanks.
rv. rj i.jhr will fir t Denver
July i" the White House plane,
the coinmoin n. "-"
return here ta time to help cele
brate the 35tn Dirwaay oi nrr- w,
Maj. Joha Eisenhower, ott. Aiif J.
bent. ;....
Syria And Soviet
Starting Talks
MOSCOW, July TT (UP) -Ecs-nomie
talks betveea Sna and the
Soviet t'nioa started today i the
Krenilie, the ffirial Soviet ews
agnry Ta TTrei. ,. --

, FIRST APTST CHURCH
The Sunday evening 7:30 lerv
ice at the First Baptist Church
will begin with a baptism of be believers
lievers believers tollowed by Castor Wil William
liam William H. Beeby's message, "Living
in'Two Worlds." At the close o
the message Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Phristnnhpp ; and MlK. Lucille

1Hearn will present a colered mo
tion picture,- "jsi uonmcio, snow snowing
ing snowing the work at Sation HCJB in
Quito, Ecuador.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher are
long-time members anu workers
in the Baptist Church who, with
Miss Heai ii, left -heir work in the
Canal Zone last year and have
be.u in mission iospitui wont in
Quito. Mrs. Christopher is at pres present
ent present acting secretary of the church
and Christopher is taking X-ray
instruction at Gorgas Hospital.
Miss Hearn wili be returning to
her work on Aug. 1- while tbe
Christophers will leave at the close
of Can.p Taboga camping season..
The evening service is preceded
by iBaptist Training Unon and new
ri. -mbers' Fellowship Class which
meets with the pastor at o:ju.
The pastor will be speaking at
the 10:40 morning worship service
on the subject "Why Is The Gos Gos-oel
oel Gos-oel HiddeiiV"
Sunday School begins at 9:30
a.m.. All services of the church
have complete nursery care and
the public is invited to attend.
Taboga Island Youth Camp, with
the Rev. Beeby as director, will
An Inside Job
Sheriff Pete Wildman didn't, have
to eo verv far tn lerv warrants
bn two men charged with assault
wun luieni w commit roDbery.
The men, prisoners at the Scott
County Jail, are charred witli
robbing another inmate.

'Seawa y Insanity' Hits
US, Coast Guard Finds

By FRED T. FIRGUSON
NEW YORK (UP) Three teen
agers rammed a rowboat with
their speedboat and then tried to
run over the smaller boat s 55
year old occupant as he. swam
desperately lor shore'. ;
" A teenager was "mangle, by his
own boat's propellor when he fell
from the deck of hts speedboat
He had been racing with another
boat and throwing water at its
driver,
- These are only two among hun
dreds of cases of seaway insanity
reported this summer.
But incompetence at the helm is
by no means limited to youth,
autnormes empnasize.
A Coast Guard auxiliaryman
reported to district Coast Guard
headquarters the wisecrack of the
wealthy, middle-aged owner of a
ueiuxe tauin cruiser wnen repri reprimanded
manded reprimanded for a "buzzing" incident:
"So tell it to my insurance
company." ;,
He had swamped three canoes
paddled by young boys from a
summer camp. Two of the boys
could not swim.
Seldom reported are the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of "everyday" capslzings
caused by speedboaters who buzz
other boats, the Coast Guard says.
Officials of the Coast Guard and
Coast Guard auxiliary, the U. S.
Power Squadrons, the National
Assn. of Engine and Boat Manu Manufacturers,
facturers, Manufacturers, and, major boating mag magazines,
azines, magazines, along with most exper experienced
ienced experienced yachtsmen, agree on the
seriousness of the problem created
by buzzers and speeders.
Boating men say that the ranks
of tbe reckless and negligent boat
operators have swollen with the
terrific increase in boating since
World War II.

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We make leant with guarantees, on first mortgages.
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Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jswttry and
documents, In 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
tff Ceatral Ave. at
cener t T Street
(L A. De ROUX,
- ' Kaaarer
Tftw I M a.a.
SATURDAY : frew I

open two weeks of camp' work ea
Monday with 70 boys and' girls of
the community attending, supervis supervised
ed supervised by 12 counsellors !nd workers.
The first week of camp is filled,
but a few vacancks remain for
the second peek lor young people
of 13 years of afce ana oloer. The
church office may be 'Called lor
registrations. ;
CURUNDU '-'J.
PROTESTANT CHURCH
In the Curundu Protestant 4 Chu
Church Sunday evening at 7:00
p.m. a special service will be
held. r ',.
The entire Christian world has
been shocked' during recent years
with the persecution of Protestant
missionary and church work in
Colombia. The facts have now
been gathered and are being made
known.
The Rev. Jose Silva, native Co Colombian
lombian Colombian Christian and pastorj will
present "The Panorama of Colom Colombian
bian Colombian Persecutions," Rev. Silva has
been one who has gone through
the trials and persecution. He will
relate the facts concerning the
closing of over 200 Protestant
churches and many Protestant
schools, and the death of over 70
martyrs for the Gospel of Jestjs
Christ. You will hear how more
than a third of all Colombia has
been closed'' to Protestantism in
the evangelization of the country.

TRINITY METHODIST
Coldn. R.P.
There will be aerie of evangelical
ervices to-be held at the Trinity Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Church, Colon, commencing to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and terminating on r Sunday,
Aug. 4, at 7 p.m. each night.
Entitled the "Colon Tor Christ Cru.
sade," these meetings will be led by
the Rev. Ephraim 8- Alphonse. former.
IT ot the Valient Indian MiMion, Bo.
cai del Toro, and the present auperin auperin-tendentjnlnister
tendentjnlnister auperin-tendentjnlnister ot' the Panam.Co16n
Circuit, and deputy chairmen of Cen.
tral American lub-dlstrlct of Method
it Churches. There will be special sing,
ina at each service.
"Right now we, are collecting
statistics on boating accidents,"
says John M.. High, chairman, of
the U.S. Power Squadrons', gener general
al general safety committee. "By the end
of the year we hope to have built
up enough examples to stress their
real cause."
What has Impressed him most,
High said, was "i complete dis disregard
regard disregard of the rules of tht road"
by the hundreds who have turned
from the highways to tht water waterways.
ways. waterways. "It's not the old established
yachtsmen we're w o rr y 1 n g
about," a Coast Guardsman said,
"It's the people who hve never
been on a boat before; whd get
up the 10 per cent down pay -ment
to buy one, and who then
set out to operate It without even
learning how." -y
Some boating dangers'" have
been fought for. years. Among
inem are are, engine explosions
and lack of safety equip -ment.
They must be faced anew
in the boating boom.
A Coast Guard petty officer
said other dangers have been add added.
ed. added. He pointed to recent acci '-
dents involving skin divers and
water skiers. v
The skin-divine Problem-Soften
involving inexperienced divers sur
facing beneath the propellor of
motorboats appears to be cen
tered on the West Coast.
High said there were fears
among power squadron officers
that water skiing will be s major
cause of accidents this year,
"In confined waters "you find
dozens of skiers all cutting i and
out around other boats and each
other," he Skid. "Their towboats
often operate tn flagrant viola
tion of speed rules in addition t
the rules of the road.?
COLON BRANCH:
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f 1th St.
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warn VAFTWl CHURCH
.alboa HelfhU. 0&
V Ajneaa Boulevard
Dicva.' Balboa Mf
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alaraarita Avenue at Btn street
TSrgarita. Canal Zone
Biv77rd a Both. Faator
tundsy School..
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Fridays
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; U :00 Ttolineni JSeettag.
' t:0O Sunday Bchaat.
tiM SaivaUon Maetn
FABAISO, Ct v
Rvv OKmC. U Maaaley
Quiara Sueet ,
K Sunday SchcoL
H :00 Hnlineet Meeting,
1M Sunday School.
SalvatloQ Meeting,
i SCapUta Syslfil Taylo
: jUM Bolmess Meetina,
Coio) THTJtD STSKKT
: fOO SklvsUea Meeting
iAiNBow rant. ex.
Envoy A Sill
. St KKta and Jamaica Street
J10 BoJlnei Meetmgv
140 Svjiday School.
f 30 Salvation Meeting.
COLON CKMTBAI.
Benle Cayw and Mrs. C. M
14th StrtatTphonat U-741.
Union Churchss
MABGABITA ;.
: Tha Benetsnd Theodora
Pastor Phono a-1400.
X. rrankliB.
0:a ak Church School.
11:00 m. Monuof Worship,
utoery
30 pJtw Toufh Faltowshlp.
BAMBOA "-i'. i
Bv. WaTfcer BL Alderton.
on.: a-47 Kaa g.ug
Sunday Benltee:
J Mr aa. Sunday School.
0:40 ajav. laoralu Wanhlsk.
Official nseetiags .and weak-da?
vniaa aa nmwuncee.
ff ? Mctbdist ;:r;;
" l m MrrfiotMai chobcsj
I (nrttua CoaXerenaa
; ) lav. WilUaaa H. Areastrona
. ., Panaso atT
f 3 bjb. Mommf Prayer end
i.-OO P-aa. Sunday Sebeea. -lUi
a-as. nvantni Pravaa ar
THIMrt tUTBODUl gMimun
Sara aatd Meiendm Aeann.
B-v.
waldaa,
1 t?iiJar' AvvaitBg
i IMoty tanmiinnliai laf
aaosvasy. is M
4
BSMgP'B Mrmnocarp
en, cx
I ajn. axMt 13 avas.
0r aS agaa m 030 pun
OaVJgaVt ioSfOoVajaj dJaflSSJBnal
Christisn Scientist
carptmaji siuiiu cvunuus
t nrn. aMarniaa,
li aaj, kkwinaaaof m
Bcaooj M i
neat V aurra a Uxw. keMSSOaL I
laa Oeraaa 4) awxn, sua

V'

Morruna aenaw t.v.
Baptist Training Onion.....
Bvenlnl Worship

mui niafla ......

iSTHAAIAtt

W Churchot of tho many faith in the Canal Zona, na' the terminal cMaa
f Panama and Celon, Republic of Panama, esteno) wkmo at all
tint to man and woman thf armd sorvicos, n t MIU ml
. fcn, friandt and Iranian.-"
A a public aarvica, The Panama Amtrlcia liar kfw, by aWmi aWmi-.
. aWmi-. natiena, notices af hour af worship ana" athar regular actlrHim.
Lifting ard related from tim to tfm. Dnmlnatins having nly
en ar two conaraaMna arc lisr1 under "Other Churches fl Service."
A tpacial liitinf it included for service at Army pairs. Air Fore
pnd Naval stations.
Mlnittar, church tacratariaa and chaplain ara askad ta inform tha
, news daik in writing by Wadnaaday noea at tha latest f any (hgnfog
far th coming Saturday' church pag. t'

Catholic
... arr asanva rill ;R'H-ka the.
Sundav Maasasi 1:00. S;00, loao and
Holy Dav Masaaoi lM. 1:0ft U
no :uw v.'
Coniaaslona: Saturday. ao
to S:M
and 7:00 to 0:00 pro. Thu
luraday, baforf
Tint Friday u a:w pjb.
Miraculous aiaaaj novanai
.An MnnHava. ''
Catechism elaaa after the 0:00, egaas
on Sunday.-''.
High School Study Club JO p.m. n
waaneeaay.
- aarrn treajlTu.Anea
itiiniiM M.ut r do A :in mm.
Holy Day maaaaai tM j. aaJ :00
. rnariMi Rattirrfaa 140 to OHM and
7:15 to 0:00 pjri. Thureday balora Hrat
Friday 1:00 p m
Mcrea etaart vnwnw v v-Fridays.
Fridays. v-Fridays. -Catachlam
Claasi :U t IA an
Tburaday.
OUR Ukm Or FATIMt Twanda
Sunday Masa at 1:00 a.m.
Moiv T Man at :M a.m.
Confeaalonas tM to : P-". fat
urday. ....
catacnuna wiasai aaiuraay av w
10
ST. JOSEPH Faralee
Sunday Masses at 70 and Idl .as .as-Holy
Holy .as-Holy Day. Mas at :00 pm.
UmItHhv Hunt! . -JHt a JB.
Confessions: Saturday too to 430 and
an la TM
Catechism Clasat Sunday tM to 4.W
pjn, tt
Miraculous Medal tlovenai I'M p.m
nn eViflav. .A k
Convert instruct! onsi Thursday 140
pm. .... t,
i ST. MNCENrS-Panani City
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 0:30 a.m.
Hoi Dav Masses: 1:10 and 1:00 D.m.
(It It fall on Saturday tb Masses are
:00 and S30 Jn (
CnfttaaalMia: SaturdaV 1:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to (:00 pjn. Thursday before First
maay 7u p.m.
Miraculous Medal Moven and Ste
nana f. tha Crosat Fridav 7:00 Vjn.
Catechlam Class: After 130 maa on
Sunday. ;
Thiiradav .- '.-
Convert Class: :3tt p,m. neaay no
ST. THERESA'S Cecotl
Sunday Mass: 130 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 0:00 am (It tt falls
on Saturday 030 a.m.) m
Catechism Class: 130 to IjOO p.m. on
Monday. ".
coausanonai imsiw ww.
ST. JOHM BAPTIST 01 tA SAIXI
. Parana Lefavre
Sunday Masses: 30 and 130 ajn.
orit Una ; a 30 Men- Thura.
Fri. and Sat First Friday maa: g0 .m.
Hobb JJay.Maasaa: :ge ,jpv. v wam
ainfaaslonaf t:M to 430 and Inw te
AM am Saitlalal
Miraculous Medal Novenai Friday 10
Catechism Classt 130 p.m. en Sunday
Convert Claw: Monday 730
Sundav Maes: 1 :00 a.m.
unw hav Mint 140 n.m.
Confessions: Saturday i30 to 730 pm
rk,.M.. krfawi rirat Fridav 130 D.m.
, Siit
acrad Heart Novanai 7:00 p.nv or
linven tiasai v
ATLANTIC SIDB
ST. JOSEPH'S-Cln
Sunday Maseeei 1:41. 10 and 1 al ;
Holy Day Miitwi i:tt and 100 i
and Ml pjn. .
conteesions: naiuraay osw so i
Vrfia ftA ...
Mlnculous Medal Rovenal Wednaedaj
( and 70 p-m. ...a
Baarea eiean wovanoi inojj aw
Sunday Evening Service 7:00 PJn.
Convert Class: TO PJ Mondays
ana Tnuraaaya, r. r.
Cataohlam Claall gainday lOAt
U:tt ajn. 1:00 pan. to 4:00 pjn.
a-lrat IVldav KanoaiUon of Moat Bl
ad Sacrament all day. Repositten at S30
ajn. Saturday morning. 1
riret ctauiraay wvmnxw ur woj
hma-Tha Rait RaaarT 140 a.m.
First Communion bnrucUen for chil
dren Monday and Tburaday gas
70
MTnACTJLOTJS MTOAL rtsthal
Maaaaai YrOO. rO and 10 30 a JU.
Holv Dav Ms sees t 30, a;oa u and
S:19 p m.
Cesifeeetonat SatOrtlay 430 On 10 and
too to nar noaary mum m
nlna.
Miraeqloue Medal Hevana: tO and
ant. ass Monda.
Catachlam Class: After 130 Maa en
irafrriday pnltlnn all day during
me Bcnoot xear.
rirst Saturday: Vaaa at 130
BOLT FAXfTXT CmrRCST
Sunday Masse: 730, S30. I13
Pint Saturday Masai
Weekday Mamas: ...
30
M
Saturday ... 13g pjn.
Mlraeuloua Medal Nov.
Holy Day Misses: T3 a
30 pun.
730 pjn.
a
4
Conreeaion ... 9vm PJB to
very Monday,
tahraraUyEeaary and
' Banediaeion
overy Wodneeday.
Piscisariaw meniry Be asm
vary Fiiday.
let Friday Doethaia ...
let, Saturday Devotions ,.
fS
70 pjn.
van p
ST.
ibaay Ctty
Sunday
30 a-aa. and S3
Botr Dsar
030 gja. anal SsN
Pjn.
Confaaaianai 430
130 bjsl tiatoTdav.
to 130 and 730
CatecMam Clam: M4S aaa. an Sundav
Convert Clam na) Man day at 3
MlrMolass Medal
TUaseav.
niniS llaall
fTidaea,
IMMACCtATt TO1TCITT107I
ftuav Maasi to aaa f
Holy Day Maaai (30 pan,
Caafiiiiinsi oat to 130 naa. an Ska.
rday.
4Hmlam Ckeer n naa. tm w-My
OIB LABI OF 4VOOB COCIOA
jjff4-f M
Haiy Day
I 73
30
30
vasraaMFa aarnxr-sav ajt vsas skaa. aaas
ajaev au VfanBf iwiaiafc
Fridav.
unoay nenoolt in aet nuewtav
aveufxns C7aa ta 4J4V
-en: a-aa akaa aa

raptttma py sanewtmaatt.

bteoikas Umu KovenM 73 pjav
an TtMBdar.
fl 1 1 1 It ail 1 f sm a -m

dUrtaeTla J

It 71

worn

Epi$cc?;l
Tha t Bav. Hebet Ooedaa. B.T B
Tha Vary Be. Main art A Petersen,
. ,.. r( .TJi Den 7 i
AMCON, tA."
TOM CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
... ., SUNDAYS
V30aJ holy Conupunli
loav
:30 a or Santa Communion 4tb Sun-
- aay.
0:30 a.m. Church School.
0:45 em. Eecucla Dominical.
U M am. Mornina Prayer and Barmen.
Holy Communion, (First Sun
w ay.
70 pre. Svaniag Prayer and tsymim.
,, WKDNESDAyS
30 a,n Holy Communion.
T:00 p ro. Evening Prayer.
' HOLY DAYS -0:00
a Jkv Holy Communion.
a 'jtu ia uoiy cemmuruoa.
OAILY
1:15 a as. Mornina Pravar.
U:00 Mi-aa Jdiasionary Prayer.
. cocou v
Church of St. Andrew
Th' Bev. William W. Baldwin,
Fri cat to fhirn
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion .....
Family Prayer and
Church School ........
7:30 am
1:30 in
(Also Holy Communion Snd.
Sunday each month)
Mornini Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m.
I ajso Hoiy Communion 1st.
Sundsv each month)
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion , 1:00 a.v
COBOXAL
Chapel ef The tteed hepherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hares,
t. Pffeet to Ckarn
FRIDAYS :
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C first Friday each Month).
AMBOA
St Slsaaara Chnuh
Tha Ha. John Spear, Priest ia Chars.
SUNDAYS
Chora) CuchaxlaV and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon .......................
Church School ...........
Epiicopsl Young Churchmen
Kvensonc and Sermon .. ...
7 :00 a m
3:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
cuu pjn.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYA
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion
Evening Prayer
Woman1 Auxiliary, 2nd and
30 a.m
1:00 pjn.
4th Thursdays 730 D.m
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion m 'in
Morning Prayer .......... 0:00 a.m
Evenlnr Prayer I'M OJU
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist
Office f Compline ........
'.;r ; tA' BOCA't'-
St. Pater's Chareh
1:30 a.m
0:00 pjn.
The Bev. John Spaar, Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS .
Morning Prayer asa.cnurea
School .. '.7.' ..........
Ih-ipal EueharlaS and Sara
30 JO,
men- 130 ajn.
noiy aipumi
Evensong and Address
u:uo noon
730 p.m.
jnI lfONDAYSI ...
Womsn's Auxiliary ....... 73 PJ.
THURSDAYS or FEAST PAYS
Holy Cammunlon 030 ajn.
PALO SECO
Chapel of the. Holy Comforter
Ten. L, B. Shirley. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
I JO a m. Hsly Comrnunisii.
- MABOAJUTA
Chntah ad St Margaret
Espavd and Brazos Blvd.
The Bev. leas K. Renew, Boater
SUNDAYS
7 30 ajn. Holy Cotmnunion
:4i nJD, Church School
11)0 ajn. Marnina PraTCF
Last Sunday aacn Month. Holy Com
mimion.
THURSDAYS and HOLT BAYS
30 ajn. Hour liommuruon.
ChMd of Oar Savionr
WEDNESDAYS
S30 bjb. noiy trnraimipst,
';' PARA1SO
' The Bev. Allan B. Wentt,
' V Prtast ta cnargo
, Tha. Bav. David A Oa)
SUNDAYS 1 ;
3 ua, Choral 'Eueharlrt Aj
30 a jo. Infant Baptism,
g.00 n-m. Church School
(h4g to Bulldinl 111)
(3 pjn. YouuTrellowmhrp
730 wm. lnwaong and Addreaa,
tjt wtM At as ai im rjtn avai
130 i n. woman- Ausnuary ami au
tar Guild Maeting.
: PAH AM A CtTT
St Paal' Chareh
trlta tsal BJ. ghMay.
tm suas, mnm bl atnraa.
SUNDATtt
on ija, iht s,aaaiiimw
ea a .aa. Shaia EUchanat A g
10:45 aaa Morning Prey and Church
ffrhssl
DM noes Holy Baptism
? kjo Saiaaan Veaaara
TUESDAYS
30 a. nety cimnnnmin
T3a am. anlna Prayer and
WXDN1SDAYS
030 aaa Nary caniimmioB
10 tuav, Evenfna Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
030 rm. Hety
HOLY DAYS
INMlaT
CBjUBT CJltTtCIt BTT7lf -Sa A
. Rpiaeoaaa a
. Co; on. A P, '. i
' fOppuslla Howd Wsshtngtanl
i nav, Jeaaaa rater re
Tha Bow Beauty A.
SUTOATS
a aa. Hatv
:40 ajn. Morntng Prayer.,
030 Las. Charal Bockartat aaad
13 aaa. Oiurctl 0-aL
WEpkllSPATg
30 aaa. Rery CaaMaaurrlost..
30aa,A4uH CmftTTMpsi
30 pjfe, IVsaung Pvityw? and
tmn,
" Plt?BAT
30 a-aa. Chflar Iksrls,
SATVTtTiAY
IO-00 aaa. War CasifUsusMan
730 pa
BAt,BO til I
, CWstJi a fM.
Tan Bm
SUWDA7S
Sun SMatr4al ...

tl e-sa
t oaa.
14 oun

Mine

k RIO ABAJO -yr
St ChrUtopher-s Church -'
" 10th Street. Parque Lefevro
Tb Bev. Clarence W, Hayes,
Priest In Charge
Tb Rsv. Clarence A. CragwaH.
,)( AssUUnt v
SUNDAYS
4:00 sjn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m Sun Eucharist and SVrmon,
1030 am Morning, Prayar and Church
Bcnooi.
1230 noon Holy Baptism.
30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon,
MONDAYS
730 pjn. 1st and Srd, Woman' Auxl
f ( ,Uary
TtlltSDAYg
r 43 p.m. Junior Daughter at the
. King.
(730 p.m. Youlb Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS "
1:00 a.m. Holv Communion.
13a pjn. Evening Prayer and Religious
inatrucuona.
THURSDAYS
1:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
1:00 D.m. 1st and 3rd. Sinaletona.
SATURDAYS
30 bjiv Junior Confirmation
Other Churches
CHURCH OP TUB NAZARENB
Ancon. C.Z.
- Mlnutari Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
. Bos 68. Ancon. CZ, Balboa. Z603
8uAdsy School ........... 0:45 a.m
, Morning Worship 10:30 a m
'Youth Service ............ 0:45 p.m
" Evening Service ,. 7:30 p.m.
,, N J-.MJ. Service 730 p.m
' Prayer Meeting. Wad. .... 730 pjn
'NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Vanam RJ. Si3rd Street sst
' Bav.' A M. Brawn. Minister
SUNDAY: 'j.
Jjlvtne worsnip : ajn.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Masses 7. T:45 11:45
an., .ak,H .. at j. Sundav nrmioi
:00 p.m..,
JKHOVAH'S WITNESSES .(
MMtinas Thursdays at 7:30 p.m, and
Sundavs at 4:00 tun. Wiri Memorial
80S Bslbca Boad, Balboa.
' CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetina in the lds unapei
on Balboa Road.
sunoay scnooi iu:uo ajn.
Sacrament Meeting ..... 0:00 pjn.
Primary; Monday ........ 1:30 p.m.
Belief Society; Tuesday... 1:30 am.
MIAi .Wednesday 7:30 pjn.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
.Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road Qatun.
canal zone
Sunday School, Sunday .. 1:30 a.m.
Sacrament meeting. Sunday 1130 a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 0:30 p.m.
Primary,; Wednesday . . 30 pjn.
Relief Society, aa annonnM.ri
Telephone. Gatun 304 or Cristobal 1197.
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A WHB Hearted Cbnrcb"
MUton K. Leldlg, Minister
"Phon Res. 83-7110 Ot 33-5103
Sunday School 0:30 ajn.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 1130 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 0:00 p.m.
Eevening Worship 7:00 pjn.
Praver and Praise (Wad.l 7:00 n.m.
' A church nursay Is provided for your
' OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel'
13th St Weal No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 130 a.m.
Tneadava. Wadnaadava and Thuradavs
30 njn. : ,r
' Saenmant ef Onetlon (Haatlna Bar.
vice) First Sunday ot web. month at
Han bat. Christian Charea
Panama B.P--Bt
Bav, X. -siusa. D. D. Slshop
oiflclatlna.
Morning devotlo-' at (30 ajn
ellowshlr worshm at ...... U:0 ajn.
Sunday School nt 1:00 pjn.
Olvina Service a 130 pjn
V
BAHA1 CENTER
BAHAl'g CENTER
M rirst Street
Urbanlzaelon El Carmen, Panaml City
intormai Talk ana Discussions
Thursdays...).. :00 pm
Colon, tb A Font Streets
aaataim Smorlran Baaaar)
Study Class es.. ....Thursday, 131 PJtt
tmrct, mission church
' Espalaba St, Paralso, CZ.
Bav, Waldeba a Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: U30 ajn. Worship Service,
130 pjn, Sunday School.
7:13 pjn. Gospel Service.
Mondavi 730oun Paoola'a Secletv
Wednesdurt 130 MldVaraek Christian
seuowsnip.
niunaay: 3P cnoir tteneersal.
Friday l 130 Women' Misaiotiai-r So.
,' THE CHURCH Of GOD
13I Elghtb Street Colon
v mrw, -a, tt. udmbb. ranor
Sunday Schol 0:30 a
Morning Worship 1030 a.
Night Service..... 130 pjav
;! I '
igftef amfflrmaWM SPfcM AJT!.
i Car. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
gwMsmow 7Jty Canal Bono
Morning Werahip MM...MH 030 ajn,
Sunday School ..,..,,..... W30 am
Night Senrioo ,i...... ....... -130 PJB-
. THE CHURCH OP GOD
- A- New Providence
Mrs. Maada Hlnsa rnrtTT
Sunday School 1031 num.
Menung wetaAtp ............ li no ajn.
Night frervio 730 pjn.
THE CtnrBCH or GOD Sle Aba)
meeno uerare ataw inn nt.
Bav. Was. J. labnssa Psato
Sunday Srhoo 030 ajn.
Morning Worahip
Night Service ...
............ 1030 ajn.
iao pjn.
CHURCH OP GOD (PesrtaeeataD
Rev. B. E. Wateon. Overseer
Phone 4-428. Ben 153, Gamaoa
Guirchea) at Paralso, CA, (Rev. and
fra. Barmen Q. Whyte). Colon, aU.
(Raw Fernando terenee), Bl Abajo
nev. ana asm. cnarlaa HarrMal. assd
Catrrt (Rev. and Mrs, Clifford Greaves).
enimay ana wveaaays an nam at all
' r COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, CX.
-. (near Diablo echeol
Bav. Cart Tainipsia. MlBlatat
Bos SO, Diablo Height. CZ.
' Pbsnm: Bame, Oaaikoe 217
.t Chnreb Belbaa 4171
Sunday Schawl H ejn.
WAMKin O 1 1 ai 11 0 a an
fouth -Service . ......... 7:00 njn.
Kwenaeliatia Seieke ....... 7 JO
Wedrwedayi SM Stady
ana rreyer aorm .... i-jt pjn.
Jewish
Jew. Werfaro award Sid. TSS-B La
Soca Bend, Balboa. Ci. Babbl ttafhaa
witjrm. iuractec
arvteta Fridan. tM aa
IS pas .
r a' Battnay of )nW earvleas
Curtiaapoei Kel Shaarra Kraal. Avo
tss& tm4 aoth Sera. BeUe Vhna
fWM0Kkt Ctty. mTaalVrtVaMI AaM gVafATaV
Llihsran
bju'shilr urrirrwan crcca
a aieea as etiaae otraat
whar r. OajSBMft,
r4A gaa m
saa.
OJaTataafcBjr1 arbCfpvML
I

! San its UOS aaa.

Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDh
k Protestant
FORT AMADOR "". 4 4-Sunday
Sunday 4-Sunday School A. ........ 0:0C
. Morning Worship . ............. 10 on
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sundsy School- (Building Na
120)
Morning Worship ., 10:30
xnursosy evening Mio-weeK
Service ....................... 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday 0:00
FORT KOBBC
Sunday School 0:00
Morning Worship ............. 10 :30
i Evening Worship . .. .. ... .... 7 :00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hato .... 1:15
ChrisUan Youth Fellowship .... 4:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer' ChrisUan Union Thurs. 1:00
AL8ROOR AIR FORCE BASE
'Sunday School .., 0:3fl
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..- 0:30
Morning Worship 0:30 A 10:45
Youth FeUowship 0:30
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 0:30
Morning Worship ,. 11:00
Holy Communion- First Sunday
oi Month) "I-i";V-,
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Mornini
i
Worship
0:00
(Holy
Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit
:00
Cathoue
FORT AMADOR
uauy mass
30
1:30
7:30
1:25
Sunday Masses
ida:
7:00 A
.0:30 A
1:00
Confessions, .Saturday
Sunday
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
0:45
30
8:00
Sunday Manes ....7:45 A
Confessions Saturday 0:30 A
FORT K.OBBE
Daily Mass ....................
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses 8:00 A
Monday Novena Devotions
Confessions Saturday.. 0:00 A
0:15
0:00
11:45
7:30
7:30
COROZAL
Sunday Mass
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass
Sundsy Massea 7:45
10:30
0:00
7:00
12:00
Spanish
Novena Services-Tuesday
Confessions-Saturday
U.S. NAVAL 6TATION. Rodman
. Sunday Mass
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa
Friday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
7:00
7:00
7:00
30
2:00
7:30
4:00
5:30
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Morning Worship
0:00
10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapal
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship. Sundsy ....
Bible Study, Wednesday
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs.
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School
7:00
4:30
7:30
9:30
10:45
0:30
7:30
130
0:30
Morning Worship ..............
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholis
11:00
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
7:00
0:30
0:00
8:45
Sunday Mass
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Saturday Msss
Sunday Masses 7:45 A
Confessions, Saturday ., 0:00 U
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
7:00
7:00
10:15
7:00
uauy Mass .,,
Saturday Mam
4:00
S:30
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Bunaay Mas
COCO SOLTTO
Sunday Mas
140
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
..........a
10S
Crack Orthodox
Greek Orthodox services are conduct.
ed at the Church M the Anunciation,
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
ia caieta, Panama City, R.Fy and at
th Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendex. Colon. Ri" on alternate Sun.
day at 0:30. For further Information,
cau ino uxiic ex in Army Chaplain,
aa-iAS.
Seventh Day
Adventisi
Weekly Servicaa
la all Churches a
fellow
SATURDAY
Sabbath School M BJn.
Divine Service 11 0 ajn.
Youth'a Maetinr 4 JO cm.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayar
service ion bjb.
Pacifie Side Panes Balboa DhtrM
Pastor W. a Wallar Tel. 314 350
Cab Verde. Ava. J. F. da la Oesa No.
17. v.
ChorrfUO 2Sth No, 27
Pueblo Nuavo S-A St. between Srd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abalo Utb Bt. MO. 7T
Balboa Chapel 0044 Carilaa Rd. Bal.
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Chnrchaa Pmnamir and
CrartSaeia Dtstrte
Paator Ruben Ruls
Panama, ane Darlan no. a
' Crietobal. Uth 4k Bolivar Ava.
Gam boa Frileiaa.
DMrtet paate A. A. Grhade
TeL No. 0-103
Camboe Prattt Painay Frtjoie.
AtiaaUa SMe Cetoa mm
Paator NatrietaTet. a
Colon Srd St Centra) Ava. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Uth At Bolivar Ave.
- Central tfleoi -Oevilaa Read Tel S-
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Arsonist Who 'Likes
To See Things Burn'
Caught By Marines
MIAMI. Julv 2 -(UP) A 37-

year-old man who said he. liked to
see thing "burn wai cnargea
with breakins and entering and
trson today after two Marines
caught him hurling a "Molotov
cnrktail" into a whiakv itore.
Maiine J'vti. T, R, Weodon and
Robert Campbell Mid they were
driving past the Biscayne Boule Boulevard
vard Boulevard store early Thursday morning
when thev BDOtted Henry Melchior
Po&ema. The Marines, stationed at
the nearby Opa-Locka bate, said
they jumped from their tar and
grabnra jtosema.
Weodon said he held onto RO'
sema while Campbell went for po
lice.
The-object he had thrown was
a gasoline filled bottle with a crude
wir.k. arrnrtline to oolice. The bot-
tln pxi .tided and started-a small
fire but firemen put it out without
difficulty; -
RosemA said "he did not know
the Store's owner, Ed Singer, and
had no "gripes" against tne place.
He' said he threw the- bomb into
th store "just to see it burn."
r Roema told police he was a na native
tive native of the Netherlands West Indies
and said he hnd been unemployed
for six .months.
Quote Unquote
ST. CLOUD, Minq. 4!iA 'convict
writing to the 7-year-old. Greek
foster daughter, whom the inmates
at the Minnesota State Reforma
tory voted to continue to "adopt:"
"The ;strong of every age have
their weak points, and that is why
we who are your foster parents i
are in prison here in the United I
States." jf'rf,
HUNTINGTON, W.Vs; t- Mayc
Eugene Willis after exchangir
shots with a would-be assassin:
"I don't know why on Goti
green earth someone wants to ki
me."
WASHINGTON i. Rep. Cly.
Doyle (D : Calif.),, of the Hou
Armed Services Committee,
the freeing of Airman Dona
Wheeler:
"They did the sensible, thin
They should let the man get th
kind of haircut he wants, sp Ion
ag it is neat and trim."
WASHINGTON Rep. John
Saylor (R Pa.)' on his moi
postponing indefinitely furthi
consideration of the Senate bill o
the Hells Canyon dam:
"All we've got tb do now is nan
the lid on the coffin
Straggler Award
HONOLULU (UP) Bert Ho'
land of SaJnta Cruz, Calif.; skippe
of the ketcli Beruth, night wr
elected rear rear rear admiral
the stragglers' division of th
Transpacific Yacht Club. The 5'
foot Beruth was the last' of 3
yachts to cross the finish line i
the annual race from San Pedr Pedr-ta
ta Pedr-ta Honolulu. Holland vowed t
beat all of the sailing vesse!
back to the mainland, howeve howeve-He
He howeve-He plans to use a motor all th
way.
Rest Term Ahead
BALTIMORE '(UP) Harry Le
gourd, 57, walked into police coui
today and asked for a jail terr
. -Lt ni,rh
1 told tne court i
successfSuv T
because he
beat." Legourd
had looked unsuccessfully
job for several months and'' P
ed a place to recuperate rrom
..-(.... t.
eitons. wagisiraie oianaiey nit..,
ardson obliged with a three-
month sentence.
SJim-Lightersl
BRADFORD, PA.
'AND NOW.
THE FINAL TOUCH
WlUHoysl faridingi, th MitxftrMit,
( SMuth BlISflBJ dMMrt tkat Yarf"
'. Sndy (ovajV Esos Byjjkat bat sjojn)
fMat soar s! fwiaost,
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Young Mother
In Laboratory

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UP)
I'm no nero," said Mrs. Dorothy
Biggio, a human guinea pig in a
laboratory war on the "Oriental
flufipidemic, "but I feel like, I'm
doing good."
Mrs. Biggio, 40 mother of two
teen-aged boys, is one of "about
200 volunteer who are receiving
five weeks of experimental shots
vaccine for the- flu 'virus that has
spread to the United States from
Asia,.
Dr. David D. Rutstein of Har-
vard University, warned WednesH
aay tnat there is a possibility of a
major fl epidemic in the United
States this fall with the approach
of coo1 weather.
Rutstein found similarities be between
tween between the Oriental flu that recent recently
ly recently became a world health menace
and the worldwide 1918 flu epidem epidemic
ic epidemic that killed more than 21 mil
lion persons, including 300,000 in
MIC UIIHCU OlblCS.
The Virus and Rickettsia labora laboratory
tory laboratory of tho U. S. Public Health Ser-
vice here developed a 'Type A"
virus to immunize persons against
the Asian flu and inoculated the
200 volunteers.
I 'lust had tb cive ud mv fear
of terms and a needle for 'just
plain family practicality,",, said
Mrs. Biggio. an employe of the
Veterans Administration.
I figuie that if we ever have

Pmocchios Red, Lobster Inn
Will Come Tjiite In Tuscany

WASHINGTON, ; July 27 (UP)-mot lengthen as Pioocchio's did
- icuOuu x.eu ussier in. vhaji he strayed roiM (he Iruthi
3re the puppet Pinocchio and .;
j companions, the i-'ox and the? Also installed at the park ar.

t, had so many misadventures
coming to life.
.1. E. Fagiolo, a Washili;ton in
ance executive, uaa receive
mission from the Italian gov
ment to build a replica of, th
t at Pinocchio ParK in CoHo'J
ollodi is the birthplace of th
v Book DUDDet's creator, Carl
enzini. Fagiolo, 56, is' a native'"
Pnmn and married a tirl frorr I
'odl..

'he inn is no-fairv tale to Fag-
). It's strictly s business prop:- If he has been slow in answer answerer,
er, answerer, n. r..ntiu nrojpniarl .' I his corresDondetice lat-lv. there

. ni'ana fnr a $75,000 renlica A
anii0 Brosio. Italian Amba'
ado in Washington, .,
The executive has formed Hi cor-
I ration to finance tha Red Lob-
gter. He plans to issue 10,000
hep., at t9fl oflph
I "Many people I meet in my bust bust-want
want bust-want to huv hres, evr. staftl
) ambers at the Italian embassy
1 : said. ; -ViM 7 vA1
Once the inn opens next sumrne, 1
will be a "Boina v.onf ration,'

J tiolo said. 1 -' WASHINGTON (UP) President
"We hope to- make it one- w Eisenhower's youth fitness direc direc-I
I direc-I biggest tourist attractions -in tor todiy proposed, that New
g ly." i' York's Fifth Ave. and maU
Four future tourists already have gtreetg throughout the nation 'be
I 'icated they want to see Pinos- restricted to bicycling on week
ia Park Fagiolo's four grand' end,,
i Idren. I ,.
The inn will accommodate 400' ghane McCarthy, executive dt dt-t
t dt-t 'ers in an indoor tavern i;nd an rector of the President's Youtft
t tdoor pstio roofed with x grape I Fitness? Council, Said power steer-
bor. there will be eight over jng power brakes, television snd

I mt guest rooms.
Trariitionai Myw
I
built In
The Red Lobster will be
I 3 traditional architectural ; siyie
ii ; siyie
he'Tus-
I CollOdl. ine cuy is in -no
y ot It8,y neir lorencH
ollodl's gardens, datmg back to
he eighth century already .re, a,
opular tourist stop.
Fagiolo became
interested in
t nAArnin Kara: in i3u wurn -us
' . tret :. .inM
"ted .Italy for tts first time sinee
left the country as a 12-year-
i boy. '"
o-foot high statue of Pin Pin-i
i Pin-i xhio and his good fairy was ded--
a at tho nark last year by
r resident Giovsnni Groacbi cf
(1 lv Thu statue, bv Emuio Greoo.
ag financed by contributions.
t. 'is: persons In 28 nations Walt
sney gave $150.
Each contributor received a cer cer-f
f cer-f Scate "good for one lie," guarafl guarafl-i
i guarafl-i eing that the fibber's nose would
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AGENCIAS V.
Airtomobiis Row 29-15.

Is Guinea Pig i
W fqr ?Oni Flu

an epiaemic 111 probably come la
contact rvith it, considering th
type of work' t' do."?
Some of (he 200:-are not being1
vaccinated by needle. A novelty
of the program is the use of s new:
kind of -instrument, the Pres O
' Jet, to inject the vaccine. ".
'inis -pest inspired space pistol
patterned aftpr, th nrnzl of ai
mosquito s oots precise amounts
of the vaccine, into the flesh under
two tons .ot. pressure per squam.
lilCII. '.

. The ''bullet" zips through a "hols
five LfJOOths of an inch in diaml ;
eter at 700 miles-per hour. Th5
only ound it make is "pfft." ;J i
The volunteers were divided
roughly into three groups, two re receiving
ceiving receiving conventional needle and
syringe inoculations and one by
Prcss-OJet. s
Dr. Robert A. Higson, profeit
sor of amesthesiology at Western
Reserve University, spent 10 years ;
perfecting fhr instrument. He is

instructing hospital personnel in
its usev ; f
"Von are getting .in on the van.
gnard of omethint which is iust
now being proved in medicine,'!
he tuld the volunteers. 4 ;
injection and immunology. With
it 1.100 persons "can be inoculate
an hotnv. Using an eleptrical "ver
sion of the same instrument, 10,000'
per hour are possible." I
Mosaics Italians love so much.
-o planned lor tne park are a
ary and possibly an drphattf
e. 4:
't jl ;
Faglolo's life hasn't been the
le since he became involved m
project. His downtown ufiice
crowded with blueprints of the
id Lobster, pictured rf Pinoif
o ParK and scraphouks ful) of
wspaper and' magazine .clip-
I "'gs about the park.
i good reason. His "secretary is
iding "Pinocchio."
. .;. -i
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VaiiIfi : EllnACr rhlAI
I VUlllv I IlllVJaf SalllWI
Weekend Cycle Pah
, :
electric golf ..carts have turned ;
me midr-20th Century In America
into "a period of human erosion.'
Inactivity can cause rot." he
declared. '. ah'
. But he said by taking to bicycle
riding Americans can overcome
their 'phlegmatic, soft habits.'?,
The rugged 49-year-old bieyele
enthusiast, .who talks with: aa
Irish brogue, said to encourss
bicycling Americans should:
dose off main streets and
parks to auto traffic and permit
only walking, roller skating and
cycling.-Reserve one lane of some
other streets for cyclists." Z'T
Designate secondary resits,
drained, of most traffic by Ihs
new superhighways, as. '"humarj
highways" for cycling and wajk
Rubber Mallress :
IMITATIONS
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American League
Turns
W
Pef. GB
New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Cleveland
Baltimort
Kansas City
Washington
CO
57
51
47
47
45
34
34
.645
.613 3
.543 m
.505 13
.500 13V4
.479 15V4
.366 26
.354; 27

Today's Camas T
K
' Amtrican League. 1
v Kansas City-at Washington.
1- Detroit at New, York
r Cleveland at Boston '.'., r
' Chicago at Baltimore (N)
I.
If Yesterday's Results i
I f I American League 4
I- NighUGame)
f Detroit 002 010 0003 4 0
f New York 000 001" 101 2 Z 1
L Bunning (12-3) and House. ;
I Turlty (5-3), Bjrrne and Berra.

(Night Game)
Kansas City 000 00 0022 8 0
Washington 000 012 OOx 3 4 0
Portocarrero 3-5), Morgan, Ur-
ian and Thompson.
Ramos (7-8) and Berberet.
fNieht Game)
ClPVAland 001 000 000 1 8 0
Boston 110 035 OOx 10 13 2
Mossi (7-5), Tomanek, Daley and
Hegan, Naragon.
. Nixon (8-5) and White.
ITwilight Game)
Chicago r 000 000 0022 4 1
Baltimore 500 000 OOx 5 9 1
Harshmam (7-6). Staley, Howell
and Moss, Battey.
1 Moore (7-7), Zuverink.and Tri Tri--
- Tri-- andos.
(Night Game)
Chicago 010 000 000 4 0
Baltimore 000 000 0000 2 0
Wilson (11-7), Pierce and Battey.
Lehman (3-2) and Ginsberg.

O.J. dmiqo
Under New Administration
Announces -that from today, Saturday the 27th,
select breakfast will be served at 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
for $0.30 $0.50 $0.80 $1.15.
SPECIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for
$1100 $1.25 $1.60.
COMING SOON
Inauguration of select Italian Food with a wide
variety of Pizzas.
HOME DELIVERY SERVICE
SPECIAL PRICES
Always at your service, Call Phone 3-6215

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T0I1Y CURTIS
TODAY

National League

Teams
W
L
Pet. 1 GB
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Ne"w York
Pittsburgh
Chicago
55
53.
54
52
51
42
35
31
40
39.
41
41
42
5?
60
59
.579
.576 Vx
.568 1
.559' 2
.553 ZVi
.447
.368
.344
12Mi
20
21
Today's Games
t-
, National League
Philadelphia at Chicago
Brooklyn at Cincinnati
New York at Milwaukee
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
Yesterday's Results
National League
Philadelphia 000 100 000 23 11 0
Chicago 000 010 000 01 5 4
Hacker (6-2), Farrell and L6pa L6pa-ta,
ta, L6pa-ta, Lonnett.
Rush (1-11), Lown, Littlefield and
Neeman.
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 010 110 000 03 11
St. Louis 000 030 000 14 9
Face, Kline (2-15) and Foiles.
L. McDaniel, Schmidt (9-11), and
Crandall.
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 010 001 022 005 11 0
Cincinnati 000 050 000 016 1
Koufax, Labine, Craig (5-6) and
Campanella.
Jeffcoat, Lawrence, Freeman (5 (5-1)
1) (5-1) and Campanella.
HOME-GROWN BUCKS
Columbus, O. (NEA) Sixty -four
of Ohio State's 73-man football ros-
ter are graduates of
I schools.
Ohio high
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'STORY OF MOLLY X"

iiiajor League

LEADING BATTERS,
(Bawd on 250 official at bats)
National League
P and C G AB R H Pet,
Aaron, Mil. 92-383 72 133 .347
Musial, St. Louis 92 361' 57 122 .337
Groat, Pitt. 69 281 32 94 .335
Fondv, Pitt 82 330 41 107 .324
Schoendienst, Mil 92 398 52 125 .314
Moryn, Chi. 89 332 46 104 .313
Thomas, Pitt. 94 382 48 119 .312
Robinson, Cinci. 91 369 64 115 .312
Mays. N.Y. 93 348 66 108 .310
Hodges, Bkn. 89 345 52. 106 .307
American League
Williams, Boston 87 291 67 106 .364.
Mantle, N.Y. 93 309 89 111 .359
Boyd, Bait. 91 302 52 99 .328
Fox, Chi. 94 365 57 119 .326
Skowron, N.Y, 81 301 45 8 .326
Malzone, Boston 93 380 41 117 .308
McDougald, rt.Y. 84 322 57 99 .307
Minoso, Chi. 93 347 51 106 .305
Lemon, Wash. 93 358 46 109 304
Sievers, Wash. 95 358 63 106 .296
HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Crowe, Redlegs
30
24
23
21
20
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs,.
American League
Williams! Red Sox
Maintle, Yanks
Sievers, Senators
Maxwell, "Tigers.
Colavito, Indians
Zernial, Athletics
27
27
23
19
17
17
RUNS BATTED IN
National League'
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Crowe, Redlegs
Ennis, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
79
74
69
65
59
' American League
Mantle, Yanks
Sievers, Senator
70
69
68
62
62
Skowron, Yank
Wertz, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
PITCHING
(Based on 10 decisions)
WLPct.
Schmidt, Cards 9 1 .900
Sanford, Phils 13 3 .813
Bunning, Tigers 12 3 .800
Donovan, White Sox 10 3 .769
Shantz. Yanks 9 3 .750
COSTS TO STAY UP
New York (NEA) The aver
aee iockev has more than $ 700
invested in equipment saddles,
boots and whips.
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MUD. PACK Jetra, Werner Thalniann In the sutky, flashes by the' finish post to win the"
Challenge Tirophy of the Lower Saxon ian Minister President, Spectators line the shallows
off the German North Sea spa of Cuxhaven-Duhnetu'' The standardbred is a hardy animal

Albrook

Of First
Death Threats

Injected New Life
Montreal Pitching

NEW YORK. July 27 (UP)
The Montreal Royals, who went in into
to into Havana amidst death threats,
seem to have had new life' in injected
jected injected into their sagging pitching
staff.
The International League team
agreed early yesterday under pro protest
test protest to" fly into the teeth of a pos possible
sible possible Havana, Cuba revolutionary
d onstration despite mailed death
threats.
And thef Royals received their
first complete games since July
14th as Connie Grob and Fred Kipp
hurled brilliantly to enable them
to split a twin bill, with the Sugar
Kings, 2-0, 0-2.
Other alction saw Miami nip
Toronto, 3-0, Columbus behind Bob
Kuzava down Rochester, 2-0; and
Walt Craddock scatter eight hits1
to give- Buffalo a 2-0 triumph ov
er iticnmona. ,
Grob, in the opener had his
perfect game bid stopped by Da Daniel
niel Daniel Morejon's fifth inning single
and went on to no-hit the Sugar
Kings the rest of the way. Kipp
allowed Havana only three hits but
Nanny Cueche and Joe, Hatten
whitewashed Montreal in tne night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Toronto expended starter loser
Ed Blake and four other hurlers
in a losing cause as Howie Jud Jud-son
son Jud-son and Tom Quakers combined
for the Miami shutout.
Walt Craddock registered his. 1
victory tops on the Buffalo staff
while Lou Ortiz rapped out two
homers to account for both Bison
runs.
Mexican
Begin Series
By HERBERT MOISE
A touring Mexican basketball
team, which was expected to ar
rive on the Isthmus at noon today,
is scheduled to play its first con contest
test contest of a three-game series here
by meeting the Gallito quintet at
the Panama Uym at s p.m. to
night.
The arrival of the Hacienda oas-
ketball team of Mexico was delay
ed one day as the Mexicans agreed
to play an extra game in Costa
Rica.
They were two to one in front
of the local clubs so they agreed to
give the Costa Ricans a chance to.
even things.
Here m Panama, a steady stream
of protest began flowing toward
the league headquarters because
the Panama Cigarettes team was
not selected to play against the
visitors. In a long letter of pro
test, the sponsors of the team ar
sued that before a game with
Gallito last Monday, league offi
cials had told them that the win
ner of the game would be the
third team to play against the
Mexicans.
Panama won, thus causing a
three-wax second place tie. To
solve this problem, league officials
announced that the selection will
have to be made by casting lots.
Ia the drawing held at the Nation National
al National Gym, Marlboro and Gallito pick picked
ed picked the winning pegs thus leaving
Panama out.
The imbroglio created by this
Today Encanto J5, 20
Victor Mature Anita'
Ekbeif In
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In Cinemascope!
Peei Prado and His Orch. In
CHA CHA CHA BUM!"
Today IDEAL 20 JO
"STREET CORNER'
Mar? aret Lock wood ia ia-'.
'. ia-'. "MADNESS OF THE
HEART"

Place Clayton Five
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May Have
a.

The standings and lihescores: v
v
Teams W L Pet. GB
Buffalo 60 44 .577
Richmond 56 47 .544
Toronto 55 48 .534 4V4
Rochester 53 53 .500 8
Miami 48 52" .480 10
Havana- 50 55 .476 10V5
Columbus 47 56 .456 12Vx
Montreal 44 58 .431 15

Yosterday's Results
(First Game)
Montreal 200 000 0 2 3 0
Havana 000 00 0 0 1 0
Grob and Ronning; Cuellar and
Peiia. HR-Delgreco.
(Second Game)
Montreal 000 000 00 0, 7 2
Havana 110 000 OOx 2 3 1
Kipp and Pignatano; Cueche,
Hatten (9) and Izquierdo. WP WP-Cueche.
Cueche. WP-Cueche.
Toronto 000 000 000 012 2
Miami 012 000 OOx 3 9 1
Blake, Tiffenauer (3) Grimsley
(4), Jordan (6), Crimian (8) and
Roselli; Judson, Qualters (8) and
McCullough WP-Hudson.
Buffalo 000 101 000 2 6 0
Richmond 000 000 000 0 8 0
Craddock and Noble'-.O Kite.
HRS-Ortiz.
Rochester 000 000 000 0 6 1
Columbus 001 001 OOx i o 0
Russell, Greason (7) and Shantz;
Kuzava and Cobos.
Toni
selection forced the governing
board of the Panama Senior Bas
ketball League to appease the; Pa-
nama Cigarettes sponsors oy pro
mising them that they would try
to convince the Mexicans to play
a ofurth game here. Ia all likeli likelihood
hood likelihood the Mexicans will accept as
the interest created by this series
is tremendous. Should the Hacien
da club accept the Panama League
proposal, the additional game will
either be played on Sunday (ori
ginally planned as an open awe
to allow the visitors a chance to
tour the city) or on Wednesday.
Because of the one-day delay,
the Marlboro-Hacienda game will
be played on Monday mgnt instead
of tonight. Cerveza Balboa will
play on Tuesday.
Local Finals to .Begin Aug. i
While plans were being made to
accomodate and schedule the Mexi Mexicans,
cans, Mexicans, League officials, team own owners
ers owners and coaches were also planning
for the upcoming finals of the Pa
nama Senior Provincial Basketball
League. This final playoff is ten
tatively scheduled to begin on Sat-
urday, Aug. J. xms nnai piayon
is tentatively scneauiea 10 oegin o
Saturday, Aug. All four classi classified
fied classified teams will participate in the
doublebeader. The teams are lerv.
Balboa, champions; Marlboro; Ga Ga-llita.
llita. Ga-llita. and Panama. Games of this
final layoff will be played on Sat
urday, Monday, weanesaay, vn ev
ery play night, au lour teams
will see action.
Schedule calls for two go a-
rounds, each team playing against
the others twice. -'.'
Many closely associated won loc local
al local baskeball an beginning to nia
Balboa a cinch to reap the laur laur-!
! laur-! els again. Gallito is given good op option
tion option with Marlboro aad Panama Panama-jus
jus Panama-jus "mentions."
I This writers toes a good close
jraco.
FIGHT RESULTS
I BOSTON Toay VeTatus., 1461
Boston, outpointed Eddie Prince,
149, Poughkeepsie, N.Y, 10.
I ST. PAUL, Mina. Gil Turaer,
151 J-4, Philadelphia, outpointed
Del Flanagan, 152 1-4, it. Paul 10.

Basketballers

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Team
Clayton
Albi'ook
Kobbe
Army Atlantic
Amador
W L Pet.
10 2 .833
9 4
7 6
6 7
0 13
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Saturday's Results
Clayton 82, Army Atlantic 65
Kobbe 101, Amador 42
Monday's Results
Albrook 71 Clayton 58
KoBbe 104 Army Atlantic 71
Wednesday's Result
. Albrook "6 Kobbe 63
Army Atlantic 84 Amador 58
Coming Schedule
Tonight Army Atlantic at Al
brook; Clayton at Amador.
Joly 29 Albrook at Amador;
Kobbe at Clayton
Joly 31 Army Atlantic at
uayton; Amador at Kobbe. -The
Albrook AFB Fivers moved
to within Uit games of the league
leading Fort Clayton Cavaliers
Wednesday night as they stopped
me rorc houue Keguiars 76-63 at
the Kobbe vm. Wednesday nieht'i
other Panama Area Armed Forees
league basketball game saw the
Army Atlantic Bushmasters blast
the Fort Amador Troopers 84-58
at tort Davis.
Albrook exploded for 25 points
in uie secona period to gra a 15
point 39-24 halftime lead and then
held off a last period Regular up
rising to garner their third
straight win, and their seventh
win in their last eight outings.
The Albrook scoring was evenly
distributed with four Flyers hit
ting in doume ngures. 'Hotshot
Emmett Bryant led the attack
with 25 points, followed closely
by Ron Pearson, Lloyd Hopwood,
and Larry Edwards with 16, 15
and 12 markers respectively.
At Fort Davis. the Army .Atlan .Atlantic
tic .Atlantic quintet rt.ced to a 26-6 first
stanza lead, allowing them to ioast
to an easy 84-68 win. ., ( :' r
Nint men entered the- scoring
column for tht Bushmasters, with
four the' nine Teaching dooble
fiyures. 'Big' John Foster led
the Bushmaster scoring with 18
tallits, followed by Hal Terry r Al
ex Hunter, and Neil Hdggerty with
13, 10 and 10 respectively. Gerald
Tra.sk and Don Grossi just miss missed
ed missed cfruhle figures for AA by add adding
ing adding nine and eight points respec respectively
tively respectively to the ckuse.
Tom Thompson was the only A-
mador player to find tht range
consistently as he poured in 23
points to grab scoring honors for'
the game in a losing enort.
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ExrCardinal Nippy Jones
Clouts Three-Run Homer
Against Giants In 11th

: By MILTON

' NEWYORKJuly 27 (UP)V- Milwaukee's injury injury-riddled
riddled injury-riddled lineup has more patches in it than an old inner
tube and the only reason the Braves were still atop the
National League today was a 32-year-old "retread" nam nam-ed'Nippjr
ed'Nippjr nam-ed'Nippjr Jones. ,

Jones, the ex-Cardinal brought
up from the minors last" week as
first base insurance for injured
Joe Adcock. paid a whopping divi
dend last night when he clouted a
three-run homer; in the 11th inning
for a 6-3 victory over the Giants..
h It was only Jones' f second hit in i
12 trips since, the Braves obtained;
him from Sacramento of the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Coast League but it served to
protect Milwaukee's half game lead
over the challenging Cardinals,
who defeated the Pirates, 4-3, in
10 innings.':-.': :"'.::
Skinny Gene Conley, who pitch pitched
ed pitched hitless it ball after relieving
starter Lew'Burdette in the plinth
inning, was the winner for Mul Mul-waukee
waukee Mul-waukee jn.agame marked by five
homers. In addition to Jones' hom homer,
er, homer, Ed Mathews also connected for
the Braves whije Hank Sauer, Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Gomez and 3d Bressoud hit.
circuits for the Giants; Red Scho Schoendienst
endienst Schoendienst of Milwaukee 'extended
his batting streak to 23 straight
games 1 :''- v '.?,"-:-r,,'r',
In other National League games,:
Cincinnati defeated Brooklyn. 6-5,
in 11 innings and the Phillies beat
the Cubs, 3-1, in 10 innings.
' Jim Bunning of Detroit limit limited
ed limited the Yankees to two hits in
beating them, 3-2, and cutting
their American League lead to
thro games over the second
place White Sox, who split a
twi-nioht double-header with the
: Orioles, Baltimore won the o o-pener,
pener, o-pener, 5-2, and Chicago the
nightcap, 1-0.
The Red Sox mauled Cleveland,
10-1; as Willard Nixon held the In
dians to eight, hits, while, Washing
ton climbed to within a game-ana
a-half of seventh place with a 3 2
triumph over Kansas City.
Alvin Dark's looping single with
the bases loaded and handed Pir
ate reliever Ronnie Kline his 15th
setback of the season, Pittsburgh
took a 3-0 lead off Lihdy McPaniel
but St. Louis tied the score with
three runs in the fifth on Ken Boy-
er's homer, Ed Kasko s double and
Don Blasingame's homer. Willard
Schmidt, who relieved McDaniel In
the sixth,, registered his ninth vie
tory.
Reliever Hersh Freeman doub
led off Roger Craig in the 11th
and rode home on Johnny Temple's
single for the run that beat Brook
lyn. The Redlegs rallied for five
runs in the fifth inning with the
aid of homers by Ed Bailey and
Gus Bell but the Dodgers tied the
game with two runs in the eigth
and two more in the ninth. Elmer
Valo homered, for Brooklyn.
The- Phillies rallied for two runs
in the 10th inning as Warren Hac
ker beat his former CUB team
mates for his sixth victory. Phila
delphia registered the v deciding
runs on Ed Bouchee's double, an
error by reliever Turk Lown. and
a single by Hary Anderson. Bob
Rush dropped his 11th game.
Bunning had a no-hitter going
until Yogi Berra led off the tev-
enth with a triple and then scor scored
ed scored on a sacrifice fly. The only oth
er hit off the Tiser rieht-hander
was Mickey Mantle s 27th-Jiomer
in the ninth inning. Bob Turley,
the loser, gave up only four hits,
the Tigers scoring what proved to
be the winning run in the fifth on
Bill Turtle's triple and Al Kaline's
infield single. .
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iln'the Orioles-White Sox opener,
Ray Moore curbed Chicago on four
hits while Baltimore hopped on
Jack Harshman for five runs is
the first inning, Joe- Durham's 3 3-run
run 3-run homer was the big blow of
the frame. v :
Jim Wilson, gave up only two
hits in the nightcap- and was the
winner although ho needed ninth
inning relief from southpaw Bik
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the only run of the game off Ken '"
Lehman in the second inning on
Larry Doby's walk, Luis Apart Apart-cio's
cio's Apart-cio's single, and Sam Esposito's.
sacrifice fjy..
Norm Zauchin and fed Williams
drove in seven runs between them
in leading Boston te its victory
over Cleveland, Zauchin drove in
four runs with a homer; a bases bases-loaded
loaded bases-loaded double and a single, while
Williams drove in three runs and
boosted hi? league leading averago
to .364 with a double and a single.
Pedro Ramos held th( Athletics
to eight hits in pitching: the Sena Senators
tors Senators to their third victory in a low.
Ramos had a shutout until the A's
scored their two runs on three hits.
Arnie Portocarrero was the lose.
J. Frank Baxter
Sailfish Catch
Most outstanding catch so far
Is J. Frank Baxter's new world's
test class. His 159 lb. sailfish was
caught on 3 thread monofilament
line. Baxter, Miami fisherman,
has held the world's record twice
before for this class test. He fish fished
ed fished from the "Seri."
Dr. Tracy Haverfield of Miami
caught a 384 lb. black marlin on
80 lb. test line, and whatmakes
this news is that it was caught
from an outboard motor boat
Lt. Commander T. J. Emmett
caught a 251 lb. marlin believed
to be a Pacific blue when exa examined
mined examined by Dr. Dick Robbins, ichtyo ichtyo-caught
caught ichtyo-caught a 251 lb. marlin which wa a
confirmed to be a Pacific blue
when examined by Dr. Dick Rob Rob-bins,
bins, Rob-bins, ichtyologist who was aboard
the Soltura.
Aboard, the Viveca a 21 ft. boat
Enrique Kochman caught his first
sailfish. on July 23rd. markint? tht
first time a sail is caught from
such a small boat
The Eiectra came in on the 25th
after a ten day's trip, reporting
no marlin landed, but two raised.
They raised 42 sailfish and caught
13. Marta Halphen, world's rec record
ord record holder caught eight of these,
while Gabriel Jurado caught three,
and Carlos Gonzales Revilla caucht
tWO. ... V.
The Yankee, Soltura. and Sari
are due back today with mo ro
news.
The Skipjack left Thursday (or
a1 10-day fishing trip.
Center Theatres Today
GAMBOA 8:15
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Sun. "Boy On A Dolphin"
GATTJN 7:00
"Dance With Me, Henry"
Sun. "Death of a SconndroT!
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Brooklyn And L. A.
Dodger Fans Told
To Wait 'Til Aug. 5
i NEV; YORK (UP) Brooklyn
I Dodger fan and would-be Los
Angeles Dodger fans, both were
iV-Ti. v Kuw York city offi
cial today to "wait until August
u h nntt word on wnetn-
"r- thi team is leaving Brooklyn.
, On of ibourthat date, the offi-
, u- .urn.
Ciai Saw, me icpyi v
ir.itte investigating memw
nw Dodgers stadium can be
buUt in (Brooklyn will be submit-
i j it. -.:i Milintr KaH v the
tea io m
Board of Esumate.
Despite persistent whispers that
the report will turn thumbs down
on he stadium, the Dodgers have
promised Mayor Robert F. Wag-
ntr to inaKe no aecisum
Mt h hMn comoleted.
,fri, nnHnn' nolicv of silenct
was apparently broke! Wednes-
: day w th ciuo vice rwuueui
(Buny) Bavasi quoted in Jack Jack-IsonvUle..
IsonvUle.. Jack-IsonvUle.. Fla. as saying; that the
1 team definitely will go to Lo Ann:
I celes. becaust "we can't get land
Ifot a new stadium."
i 'W would built the stadium if
tncy wouia g ui uiB
.,..) nuntoH "hot the city
! fathers are not going to do that.'
On his return to erooniyn,
: incict.H that what he said in
! JMfkonviHe had betn "misunder-
'tood" by reporters.
' 'The situation is the same- now
as it was ix weeks ago," Bavasi
! laid. "In other words, we ire
'imply waiting for the report to
! the Soard of Estimate to be
1 wade on the possibility of obtain
; ing land to uild a new stadium,
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Sports Briefs
NEW YORK (UP) Joe Page,
'SPORT iRIEF iu
' star left-handed rebever for the
!New York Yankees in the late
1 '40sy nd Tonimy iBridges, former
1 Detroit Tigers star pitcher, will
! be on hand 'to participate in next
; Sunday's old-timers' game at Yan Yan-kee
kee Yan-kee Stadium.
! TORONTO 'OP) Hap Day is
'likely to b named a vice presi presi-:
: presi-: rf.nt f ikm Am-ican Hockey
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Red Grange Says
Present Pro Grid
System Is Best
By TOM NELSON
WASHINGTON (UP) Harold
(Red) Grange, t one of football's
u-iime, Kreais. praisea ina lur
rent" get-up In 'profeSsionar foot
ball today as "the best system
mat s ceen worxea out yet."
Grange and four other gridiron
Slants wcrt ialled by a House
anti-trust subiommittee to testify
on workings of the Wational Foot
ball League. v
Two present day players
Chuck Bednarik of the Phladel Phladel-chuck
chuck Phladel-chuck Bednarik of the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Eagles and Jack Jennings of
the Chicago Cardinals were to
testify first. Then the subcommit
tee p.anned to hear from Grange,
ex-Chicago Beers quarterback Sid
Luckman and former Bear line
man George Connor.
Grange told reporters he finds
nothing to criticize about the op operations
erations operations of the NFL nowadays.
He said the players, as a whole,
get a better salary deal than in
his day.
Gi'anrfe was asked what Jie
thought about football's reserve
clause. A player signs a one-year
contract with a team which then
has an option to sign him up a
second year.
"In all ray years in professional
lootbaii l ve never heard a player
complain about it," Grange said.
The subcommittee is studying
bills which would ease the effects
of a Supreme Court decision last
Feb. 25 placing pro football under
the anti-trust laws.
Wednesday. NFL Commissioner
Bert iBell gave figures which
showed that of the 12 NFL teams
only the Chicago Cardinals have
suffered an overall net loss over
the past five seasons. The Cards
drop-ed $718,524.
The NFL's richest team was
the Detroit Lions who had a net
profit after taxes of 1622,055 Irom
issz tnrougn ik.
Milt Dunnell of the Toronto Star,
tmnnell said Day turned down the
presidency of the AUi.r nut said
leamie officials are nopetui ne
will accept a vice presidency,
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...Jnly II

By MARRY GRAYSON

' GREENWOOD LAKE; N.Y.
iiN&Aj -T- a training camp, if you
are, a heavyweight champion of
the.-world, is a strict, prison-like
piace wuicn, wnen tne tighter is
doing roadwork or bo wins nr hit.
ting the bags, is used to harden
nis oociy and produce automatic
reactions durine a ficht
XDe empftasic also it on having
uie young; savage ready mentally,
The r.ore on edtre a fiphtpp
the better. That s the standard rule'
so trainers cneat him at tards
ana no mm hour after hour. Or
they leave him alone inrf it h
loneliness of the place link in and
anger him. t
. By the time the warrior is
brough" to the city for the fight,
he is a rock-hard, growling pack-
se oi muscies mat can't wait to
get into the ring and take it out
on somebody.
It was this way with Jack Dernp-
wno naa a oevy oi nard-faced
sujfi, irucit driver caps pulled
down Over the ve. rnnstintlu
hawking him, With Rocky Marcia Marcia-no,
no, Marcia-no, there were people to do road-
worjt 9bi otners to rub him-and
some more to train him and every-
uuuy naa an oraer tne stock. Bust Buster
er Buster had to carry out. In the end, it
had Marciano glad to retire.
,ByT T L0NG POND INN,
where Foyd Patterson is finishing
traininr, for Hurricane Tommy
Jackson at the Polo Grounds on
July 29. there is none of this. There
is only Patterson, quiet and ca casually
sually casually confident. This 22-year old
kid from iBrooklyn goes about his
day easily and react sheepishly
to any fuss made about him.
'I'm going on television," he re reminded
minded reminded Dan Florio. "I don't have
good clothes up here. Guess I'll
drive to the city and pick some
up.
Florlp grunfe and a few min minutes
utes minutes later .the fighter and trainer
started the 50-mile drive to New
York. They were back in time for
a seven o'clock dinner.
. This was a simple motion, but it
is one you never before saw in the
training camp of a heavyweight
champion. Normally the clothes
would be obtained by making at
least three Jong distance calls) and
finally day- later somebody
would drive up with the wrong (suit.
The fishter bv nn mim nmiMi
be allowed to take care of it him-
aeu.
"This is the kind of kid you let
do things like that all the time"
says Florio. "He makes no big
deal out of being chanrpion and
doesn t want anybody else to. He
knows what's good or bad for him.
ti tf p M """Set nout
mi. you ineu to steam mm up
inm no u minx. yu were
fATTERSON'S RIGHT FOOT
comes on tne oor a bit too much
ior a ourist and nnw nl tkn
norio or uus U'Amato his man-
wiu say sometmng about it,
That s his wav:" Dan Siva
VHe comes down flat when he has
to. Why worry too much when he
lifts it a little? He knocks guys
tiff nW k.. U- .L. : T J..
"c me Limmpion isn't
fter he finishes boxine Patter
aon stays at ring-side and super supervises
vises supervises the neighborhood kids who
nock to Him for boxine lMnn.
They get in the ring and he ins
tructs.
wobody gives Patterson the
time-honored "Awright now go get
a snower ana ruDdown treatment.
He is left alone and finally when
he is through with the kids he
walks into the small dressing
room.
For one used to the way Jack
Dempsey and Joe Louis and Rorkv
Marciano were ordered about Pat
terson't camp is a novelty.
-ui is,- cus u'Amato says,
merely in keeping with the fight
er'a temperament. Like we say he
isn't a big deal kid. He's the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion but you look at
him around here and you'd never
know it,"
To date that has been the n-
tire trouble with Floyd Patterson.
Nobody seems to realize he is the
champion.
But the way he and those about
him nonchalantly went through
training here you got the idea the?
are cock-sure that bis amazingly
quiet lists wiu leave a detinue lm lm-presiioi
presiioi lm-presiioi on everybody. Hurricane
Jackson included.
PAAF Basketball
Schedule Undergoes
Three Time Changes
"V '".''.
Three chanres In the Panama
Area Armed Forces league basket basketball
ball basketball schedule were announced this
week by Special Service, U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caiibbeac.
Repair work on the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Emnasum has been comolet-
ed and f ort Amador, will play the
remainder of their regularly sched
uled borne fain at their, home
court.
The Fort Clayton Cavaliers will
initiate the Amador hardcourt to-
ni?nt when they tangle with the
Trooper beginning at T JO p.m.
It was ta announced that the
starting Yxmrt for the regularly
scheduled Tort Clayton home
games with the Fort Kobb Regu
lars on July 29 and the Array At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Buahmasters m July -31
have been changed from T:30 p.m
to C:30 p.m.
The ktaiina time for the Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Lobbe game m the 29th was
moved op ao that spectators could
attend the baO game and L'SO
show at Jadwic Hall beginning at
1.09 pjn. i j
Th Flarttaf time for the Clay-i
Irn AriBjr AIL otic game o the
3lJt was M'.ed up so that tpee1
taiort cou Ut ate th game as well
as a "aSo'jan Players prodoc prodoc-itrm
itrm prodoc-itrm of .' e Riiamiker" at Jad
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Boxing Beat Has Two Sides
When It Comes To Jackson

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Hurricane
Tommy Jackson had just finished
fiddling around with a chicken din
ner upstairs in the kitchen of his
small apartment and now he was
in the hall on his way out into the
crowded street.
This wac in 1952 when the Hur
ricane first blew onto boxing's big-
time.
"I know plenty 'bout boxing"
he said.
"What have you learned lately?"
he was asked.
He stopped and pulled off his
watch and ring and put tnem on
the floor. Then he put up his hands
and thought for a moment. "Jab"
he said. He jabbed quickly at the
light cord in front of him.
"Jab and book," he said. He
moved his left hand straight pull pulled
ed pulled it back then hooked the light
cord. ''Double hook," he said and
he went through that motion.
Then he went out into the hot
street. Somebody asked him for
an autograph and he took the pen pencil
cil pencil and paper, bit his lips rolled
his eyes and wrote with labor.
"Best Wiches. ." the top line said.
He tried to put Tommy Hurricane
Jackson on the second line but it
came 'out a childish scribble.
"If he is going to be heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion of the world I
give up," an onlooker said.
This has been the theme of many
boxing people since the day Jack Jackson
son Jackson first appeared as a ranking
heavyweight. Style-minded boxing

K.C. Reported Trying
To Unload Vic Power

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UP) Heard in
the dufouts:
The' Kansas City Athletics are
quietly trying to unload vie row rower,
er, rower, who was the American
League's early season batting
leader. Look for him to go to ei
ther Baltimore or Washington in
one of thos combination trade-
waiver deals.
Al Roser. belted more than a
half-dozen balls into the left field
stands in Cleveland recently.
Nope, he's not aiming for a come comeback
back comeback with the Indians; he was
only getting in some practice
licks for a charity game in Mi
ami, Ha.
Second baseman Bill Mazeroski
of Pittsburgh must have some-j
Service Personnel
Swimming; Waffle
Party at T Sunday
A free Kvlmmiif and waffle
party is offered to service person personnel
nel personnel Sunday afternoon July 28 at
the Balboa YMCA-USO. The par party
ty party will get undtrway at 3:30 p.m.
The third ia the current series
of free ballroom dance classes will
also take place Sunday evening,
getting tinderway at p.m.
The YJ.CA win sponsor a
weight lift ing contest for military
and civilian personnel of the Zone,
starting at d.SO p.m., Aug. 9. No
experience is necessary to enter
tie eoniest.N

Hurricane Tommy
people rebel at his crazy slapping
style. George oaintora tor. one.
Gainford summed up the feeling
he ftill holds while in camp with
Sugar Ray Robinson two years
ago.
Robinson wa' on a rubbing table,
eyes closed as Gainford ran his
big hands over the tighter a body.
thing specirl.
started a fan
They tiave even
club for him in
Brooklyn
Lirdie Tcbbelts admits he'd give
up three of hit Cincinnati regu regulars
lars regulars f(r Willie Mays, but he
knows there's no hope of getting
him.
fiase runners insist no National
League catcher blocks the plate
better than husky Hank Folles of
the 1'irales. You'd be surprised at
the big-name receivers who have
a reputation for doing a conven convenient
ient convenient ltop-skjp-and-jump ori close
plays at the plate.
Jocko Conlan, the veteran Na National
tional National League umpire, insists he
has never used profanity on a
ball player. "1 have never cursed
a piayer," Ionian says, "ana i
won't le any of them curse me."
Scouting reports claim right righthander
hander righthander Joey Jay is the most im improved
proved improved pitcher in the minors.
Which means he should be chang
ing bis baseball address from
Wichita U Milwaukee before too
long.
Inflation note: Casey Stengel
big Jague player; now Yogi Berra
and Mickey Mantle make more
than that in a week. -r-
Ball players have tried o thou thousand
sand thousand different ways to .improve
their hitting but Senator uifielder
drew 1,800 his tirst season as a
Milt Boiling wins the award for
originality. He practiced punching
a tag several hours a day to
help his coordination. Claims it
di1 the-trick, too.
vhite Sox coach Tony Cueinello
is the best sign stealer in the
American League, according to
sharp-eyed Casey Sttngel.
PutsiHirgli skipper SJobby Bra Bra-fin
fin Bra-fin think Dick Groat of his own
rlub, Dick Cole of the Braves and
Gene Mauch rf the Red Sox "have
wbat it takes" to make big league
managers seme day,

"Ain't no heavyweights around
at all," George muttered. "If Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore beat Floyd Patterson
then at least you have a return
match. But if Patterson beat
Moore then Moore cannot come
back again. The public would not
allow it.
"Then who would there be to

fight Patterson? Hurricane Jack
son?
"Let me tell you something. The
day Hurricane Jackson fight for
the heavyweight championship is
the day I quit boxing. It would be
a disgrace. 1 spent all my life
teaching kids how to figbt and
many of them never make money.
Then a clown comes along and he
fights for the title. I will quit this
business."
Thera are many who feel this
way as Jackson gets ready to fight
Patterson for the championship
July 29 at the Polo Grounds. But
there are. others who have been
around Jackson through the past
six years and they .testify differ differently.
ently. differently. Particularly those who re remember
member remember things like this:
Dan iBucceroni was spread out
on a rubbing table, a chopped up
mess at Eastern Parkway Arena
in 1951. His career which was to
include a shot at the title had
gone out of, him during five rounds
of torture with Jackson.
"This ain't a loss," Don Battles
a trainer snarled. "He ain't a
fighter. He's an animal and it
don't count to lose to him."
Leu Stillman, the gymnasium
owner, leaned against the wall
and as is his custom yelled at
the guy with him as if he were
angry.
What do yi;u know about -fight-
ing? : lie demanded. "Do you
know what it is like to fight the
13th round and then the 14th round
and then still have to fight three
more minutes? It s bad enough
with an ordinary fighter but with
Jackson It's different. This is the
first time he's fought at anything
close, to his oistance.
"What about Patterson flatten-,
ing Jackson! He's so open," theO
man said.
Lo'i Stillman spat on the floor.
"You're ; sub-novice"- he rasped.
"Knock .out Jackson? You're not
even intelligent you bum. Nobody
By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: The bases are load
ed with two out and a 3-2 count on
the batter. The pitcher delivers ball
four. Ibe runner on third base
strolls easily toward home. The
runner from second base trots to
third, then rounds the base with without
out without thinking. The catcher, holding
the ball, sees this and tires to third
base. The runner is tagged for the
third out before the man from
third base crosses the plate. Does
the run count? Charles Blaney.
- Answer: The National Leatwe
office has boon asked for a rulmfl
on this. Yow cannot fot wmpires
to aflroo Soma say the run auto automatically
matically automatically scored the minute t tro
fourth ball was scored and the man
from third base was toint through
the motions. Others say he actual
ly had to score before the out, per.
KcuUrty because the ball remains
aliwi during a walk.
Q. Who made the most pihehhits
during a major league season?
Wayne F. Lewis.
A. Sara Losfte W the Now York
Giants, 22 ia VX ,--

Hurley Goes To B lack jack
Jri Attempt To Sell Seattle
Pattersdn-Rademacher Bout

By OSCAR FRAL.EY
NEV YOKK (UpyS Jack Hur'
ley went to the blackjack today
in an attempt to sell the boxing
atrocity between heavyweight
champion I'loyd Patterson and
Pete (The Lamb) Rademacher at
Seattle on Auu. 22.
Hurley, in a broadside aimed at
a hostile press, billed himself as
the "friendly promoter" of this
fistic fiasco between the pro-hard-
cneu rauerson and. tne Olympic
champion who is being led to the
slaughter.
By innuendo he made it plain
that those who criticize his fistic
fiasco have lelt him in a very un unfriendly
friendly unfriendly frame of mind and he
just might close off the press sec section.
tion. section. Personally, I find this in the
category of yood news because I
have covered my share of disas disasters.
ters. disasters. Hurley's Word Punches
But, getting back to Hurley's
letter ii was a masterpiece of ill
ad"ised picjue. Throwing more
punches than Rademacher possi possibly
bly possibly can against Patterson, he
penned: v 1
"Thousands upon thousands of
Pete Kaclemacher's friends and
relanons have demanded the right
to purchas eery available seat
fir the match. And this is impor important
tant important to you, because these people,
Rademacher s friends and rela relations,
tions, relations, have asked me to abolish
Clayton Making
Plans For 1957
Boxing Program
The Fort Clayton special servic services
es services officer is in the process of for formulating
mulating formulating plans for the 1957 Fort
Clayton boxinz program.
It is tentatively planned, depend depending
ing depending on interest fhown by units,
that a series 01 "boxing smokers"
will be conducted at Reeder gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium rn'io. to the selection of
the Fort Clayton representative
team for higher level competition.
iliK'ted on ii unit level basis and
These "smokers" will be con con-will
will con-will be held during the latter part
of August i.i)d early in Septem September.
ber. September. If possible, each team should
have competitors in the following
weight classts: 112, 119, 125, 132,
139, 147", 156, 165, 178, and heavy heavyweight.
weight. heavyweight. Units unable to enter full teams
in this competition are requested
to enter individual competitors.
Appropriate awards will be pre presented
sented presented to both unit as well as in
dividual- winntrs and runncrs-up.
All Units v ill bt held at Fort
Clayton's Reeder gymnasium.

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the press section rather than de deny
ny deny any of their group the privi-

crov.nea the new heavyweight
champion of tne world."
Ci"e Uie man credit. He said
"perhaps." T
"However," Hurley added, "il
you feel tha' your paper positive-"
ly must be represented, then, be,"
preprc to give an account of
your Mewaufclnp in the advancer
publicity.
t
Wants Favorable Story .. ''
"In. short, furnish me with one
favorable story that I may pre present
sent present to a .screening committee of
Rademacher's friends and rela relations."
tions." relations." ... i
To which I must say:
Gentlemen. optimists and
money changers, you may have
my eat riyit now. I covered two
execution? anu I don't want to
see any more.
Abe J. Oreene, former president
of th? National Boxing Assn.,
which has trained its guns on
such a ridicL-ious encounter, ad admits
mits admits as much.
"Boxing is a very rugged
game,'.' he said. "A fellow like

uaoemaciicr, wno nas never Deen
tested as a pro, could be in very
great physical danger."
One tbmg is sure. They
have my sea' right now. For after
all, Hurley himself will be stand standing.
ing. standing. Because, as his letter started, started,-out:
out: started,-out: "Only the pure of heart and,
mind shall be sealed."

Bob Baker Retires;
Save Marhen Mutf V

j m wajwpaiwaa sj ajsj a
Learn Body Punching'
OH.AGO (UP)-Bqb Baker, a
retired prize fighter, today gave
an analv'is of 'he No. 2 heavy heavyweight.
weight. heavyweight. Eddie Macheh.
"H'' Sot to lrrrn to bod v.
punch," 'Baker" said. "If he dont,.
a lot of ftuys are going to beat
hitn. They'll slip those punches of
his at the hear and Ret inside and
pomebqdy'll finish him."
IJaker retired today, after he
too.' a 10 round whipping from
Machen for the latter's 22nd con-

secutive victory, 1 preserving his ;
unhfman record.

'"'ve olways said that when I '

flt a UUU WllJJlllg, 1 U r
Baker said. "I got a good whip- ;
ping and I'm quitting. I might
fight a han. and egger for a good h
purse, but I'm not going to fight i 1
on., flffiny-1 invmnrl

uaKer, weigning io iw ior
Machen, never threatened in the
bout. It wos Baker's 11th loss in
59 pro fights covering 11 years. "u
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Houses
FOR RENT: 2-bedreom chalet,
livinf room, dining room, light,
iwimming poo), Ctrro Asiil.
$100. Inquire 8th Street No.
5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT. Now eholot: throo
bedrooms, living-dininf room,
maid's room, porch and garaga.
Furnisherf or unfurnished. Corner
Pasao Cineuentenario and 7th
Ava., Coto dol Mar (San Fran Francisco).
cisco). Francisco). Phono 3-3005.
FOR RENT: Rosidoneo-chalat,
3 badrooms, 3 porchos, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, bathtub, hot wator, maid's
room with bath, garago, otc. Can
bo soon from 5 p.m. 7 P-m;
Phona 3-Mil. Via Brasil and
97th Stroct No. 12, oppoiito
Fuena V Lus. s
FOR RENT: Luxurious, decora decorator
tor decorator furnished Groat Nock, Long
Island homo, bordering wooded
area and pond, modern picture picture-window
window picture-window beauty. Available with
owner's ear for six or seven
months beginning September 1st
at $650 per month. Maid service
also available. Phono Panama
3-4805 from 1 to 5 P-m.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
at La Chorrera. Inquire 43rd St.
No 1-107. Phone 3-0696 or
2-3479.
FOR RENT: Brand new house.
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ga garage,
rage, garage, maid's room, front and
back yard, partly furnished. Call
Panama S-0184.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach House. Phone Balboa
2830, nine to twelve noon, Men Men-day
day Men-day through Friday.
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Beach.
Phono Thompson, Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal J-H73.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Large spfce on
first floor for office. East 22nd
Street No. 24-72. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, stove,
irivate bath and entrance, gov-
rnment inspected, near hotel.
hone 3-0638.
OR RENT: Rooms In new
!-ouses A.B.C., entrance to Pue Pue-fctd
fctd Pue-fctd Nuevo, Trans-Isthmian High High-war.
war. High-war. Come and fill your applica-
'on.
)S Army Medical
located at Madden Wye. The sup supply
ply supply section procures, stores, issues
a;-J services medical supplies ad
t ipment for the Army, Navy,
A Force and to a large extent
tc t ie Canal Zone government.
edical service for the 20th In In-fa.iiry
fa.iiry In-fa.iiry Regiment is provided by a
medical company commanded by
Czpt. Martin E. Hinman. This u u-nit
nit u-nit provides medical service to
20th Infantry units in garrison and
on field training problems.
In addition to operations in the
Canal Zone and Puerto Rico, mem members
bers members of the Army Medical Service
are assigned as medical advisors to
eight of the U.S. Army missions
throughout Latin America. In this
capacity, they advise the host gov government
ernment government on such matters as hy hygiene
giene hygiene and sanitation, medical field
training and hospital construction.
The eight countries receiving such
service arc Brasil, Panama, Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Nicaragua,
Colombia and Paraguay.
Soviet Building
Experts To Attend
Conference In US
XONDON, July T7 (UP) A
delegation of Soviet building
experts left Moscow by air for
the United States yesterday,
Moscow Radio reported in a
broadcast heard here today.
The delegation is led by Prof.
V, V. Mikhailov, a fun member
of the UJ3J3.R. Academy of con construction
struction construction and Architecture.
It will take part in a world
conference on stressed reinforc reinforced
ed reinforced concrete in San Francisco be beginning
ginning beginning Monday.
Mrs. Selina John
Dies At Corgas
Mrs., Relina John. 58-year-old
Jamaican, died at Gorgas Hos
pital tola morning at 6:30 after
a lengthy Illness.
Mrs. John, who came to pan-,
amt 40 years ago, U survived by
her husband Victor C. John and
br brother John emith.
"funeral arrange men U will be
announced later.

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Apartments
ATTENTION, 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bad-room
unfurnished apartment ia
fine residential dicrrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661'
during office hours.
FOR RENT: 3-bodroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, largo dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, hot water, ga garage,
rage, garage, with balcony, UNFUR UNFURNISHED,
NISHED, UNFURNISHED, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Phono
office hours 2-0321, after office
hours 2-3525.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, largo dining
and living room, separate maid's
room with bath, hot water, ga garage,
rage, garage, with balcony, FURNISHED,
in high cool locality, all screen screened,
ed, screened, in El Cangrajo, Phono office
hours 2-0321, after office hours
2-3525.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
hot water installation, modern
building just built, opposite "Co "Co-legio
legio "Co-legio Javier," 3rd Street, Porojil,
$70. Inquire 8th Street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 -room apartment
with bathroom and kitchen.
Building just built. East 46th
Street No. 4-166, $40. Inquire
8th Street No, 5-30. Phono
2-2718.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished 1 -bedroom apartment,
, kitchenette. 4th of July Avenue.
Phone 2-2081 or 2-1140.
FOR RENT: One-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in quiet resi residential
dential residential neighborhood. No. 46-47
2nd Ave. (formerly 48th St.).
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments,
ments, Apartments, 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment: two badrooms,
living room, dining room, largo
porch, Venetian blinds, garaga,
hot water, linen, china, class class-ware.
ware. class-ware. Exclusive residential sec section,
tion, section, Bella Vista. Phone Balboa
1448.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, everything modern. "Bal "Bal-ladares
ladares "Bal-ladares Building," apposite San San-tuario
tuario San-tuario Church. Phono 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments of one and two bedrooms,
living room, in 41st, 44th, 46th,
47th 6 50th Streets. Call phono
2-5094.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, dining room,
stove, refrigerator. Bella Vista.
43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT: 1-bed'room apart apartment,
ment, apartment, unfurnished, very cool, sea
view. Uruguay Street No. 1-22.
Macmillan Backs
Brownell's Plea
For Vorld Law
LONDON (UP) British Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan today
gave full endorsement to U.S.
Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell's
plea for a solid system of inter international
national international law.
Macmillan told the American
Bar Assn. that Brownell hit the
nail on the head "when he spoke
of the search for a means to apply
what we have learned of justice
between men to the affairs of
nations."
"That do doubt is the great test
before us all," the Prime Min Minister
ister Minister said.
Many attorneys here consider
Brownell's speech, made Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the opening of the meeting,
one of the most significant so far.
Macmillan told the bar associa associa-t
t associa-t on that the West must, for the
present, hold its deterrent power
iii nuclear bombs.
"Behind the Iron Curtain ron ron-tinues
tinues ron-tinues an evolution of sorts," he
said.
"The cold despotism of Stalin is
having its face lifted, but we are
still waiting for any concrete sign
of a real change of heart on the
part of the Soviet Union."
The ABA today deferred action
on a resolution proposed by its
labor relations section that it ask
Congress to put trade union wel welfare
fare welfare funds under federal supervi supervision.
sion. supervision. Colon Auxiliary
Croup To Visit
Panama Tomorrow
The Ladies Auxiliary No. 208
or me Kmgnts of St. John of
Colon will hold a pilgrimage to
Panama City tomorrow.
The group,- which will arrive
by train at 8:30 am., will be met
at 'the Panama Railroad station
by the Knights of St. John and
Ladies Auxiliary of St Vincent
de Paul Church, where a high
mass will be sung at 9:30. in instead
stead instead of tt 9 o'clock as original originally
ly originally planned.
- The Knights of St. John will
have a business meeting after a
special program for the visitors.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick 4-door
sedan, duty paid. Reasonable.
Call Balboa' 4111 or 1777.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Con Convertible,
vertible, Convertible, wsw tires, radio, pow power
er power seat and windows. Call 83 83-3289.
3289. 83-3289. FOR SALE: 1953 Two-tone Bel
Air, powerglide, $775. Phone
2-4432.
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge
Club Coupo, Gyromatic, tinted
glass, wwalls, radio, heater; turn
signals, 2-tono, top shape. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1802.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobile
4-door, hydramatic, $200. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3632.
FOR SALE: 1939 Olds 4-door
$75; 1949 Lincoln 2-door $150.
Both in running condition. Bal.
2-3782.
Are you going the right direction
for your auto repairs? Go to 1 6thv
St. Melendez Garage Johnston
guaranteed auto repairs. Phone
456-A, Colon.
SALE OR TRADE: 1956 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth 4-door, perfect, low mile mileage,
age, mileage, automatic transmission. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1806 or 3471.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 2-door
Sedan, 6-cyl excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Can be financed. House
0275-C, Gamboa, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
four-door sedan, low mileage.
Phone Balboa 2670.
'49 BLACK BUICK convertible.
Will sell cheap. Phone 87-3264
after 4 p.m. Ft. Clayton Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Sedan,
8-cylinder, duty paid. Phone
2-5094, 3-6909.
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phonos 2-2451 2-J.562
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar r ife ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tell Panama t-0552
GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy way. Body Massare,
Exeerebln Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE- SALON
Services "SCROLL'S"
Products
J. Aroaemena Ave. 33-4S
TeL 3-22.17
n?w canon
CAMias
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
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Dr. Johnson Dies
In Kingston, Ja.
Former Panama resident Dr
S. O. O. Johnson, a native ofi
Jamaica, died in Kingston re recently
cently recently at the age. of 73.
Dr. Johnson, who was well-j
known as a dental surgeon here,
left Panama lor his nomeiana
over 20 years ago.
Senate Approves
Treasury Official
Named By Ike
WASHINGTON. July 27 (UP-H
The Senate Finance Committee to
day approved President Eisen
hower's nomination of rrea C
Scribner Jr. to be undersecretary
of Treasury. Scribner, now an as
sistant secretary, will repJaee
iChapmas Rose, who bat resigned.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: One small native
horse. Very reasonable. Phona
Balboa 1360, ,,
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espafia No. 37-48. Phono
3-0160.
FOR SALE: Spinet piano, "Bet "Betsy
sy "Betsy Ross" solid maple dining room
set with Hutch cupboard. 5440 5440-A,
A, 5440-A, Diablo Hts.
"The Isthmus" Buyers and Sell Sellers
ers Sellers Household and Miscellaneous
items, best prices. Visit ut, 7th
and Front Street, Colon. Phono
1T62.
FOR SALE: One 15-year col collection
lection collection of The Geography Maga Magazine,
zine, Magazine, 130 classical records and
one Underwood typewriter. Apply
Profesor Minbiole, Monteserin
Street 17-45. Phono 2-4005.
Mexico Will Bar
Words 'Soiling'
Spanish Language
MEXICO CITY, July 24 (UP)
Use of expressions soiling the du-
rity of the Spanish language will
be barred in the new Mexican ra radio
dio radio and television code.
Communications ministry offi officials
cials officials disclosed today that the new
code, to be ready, soon, will for forbid
bid forbid certain Mexicanized foreign
expressions that have drawn pub pub-he
he pub-he compalints.
These expressions occur, most
often in radio and television com commercials,
mercials, commercials, adapting foreign slogans
to the Mexican idiom.
A "moral" section will also be
included in the code, forbidding
language, clothing or pantomime
that may be "offensive to decen decency."
cy." decency." The code shapers have reiected
a proposal that would have requir required
ed required radio- and TV broadcaster, to
include a higher percentage5 of
meAican. music man mat of- otner
countries. They rules that the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican public's cultural intrest de
mands music of all countries, re regardless
gardless regardless of nationalities. They al
so considered the possibility of
reprisals that might be detrimen detrimental
tal detrimental to playing of Mexican music
anroau.
Communications officials said
the code will set forth complete
operating rules for all telecommu
nications systems in the country.
Swimming Club Bars
Girl Who Got $2.80
From Proud Father
LONDON (UP)-Carol Francis.
12 years old, has been barred
from her swimming club as a
"professional" because her proud
father gave her a present of a
pound note (worth ($2.80) for win winning
ning winning two races.
Miss F. M. Fuller, secretarv of
the club, also wrote to the father.
Fred Francis, and warned him
that presents of clothes or candy
would e n d a n g e r- the amateur
standings of his daughter. She sug suggested
gested suggested that Carol return the pound.
"I am" certainly not going to
take back the pound," Francis
said. "It was just a gift from a
proud father to his daughter."
As for not giving her clothes or
candy, he said, "It's farcical. I've
been giving Carol food and clothes
for 12 years."
An official of the Amateur Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Assn. said tbe incident will
not affect Carol's amateur status.
But the local club secretary
said, "Whatever tbe association's
ruling, I don't know whether we'll
have Carol back."
HOT! U wasnf really IBS
decrees in Beverly. ; Mass,
when this picture. wa taken.
It Just felt that way. Mechan Mechanics
ics Mechanics investigating the trouble
found what perspiring residents
suspected: Electrical wiring had
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The FATIMA PHARMACY lo lo-cated
cated lo-cated at Mercado El Rev, offer
efficient filling of prescription
and homo delivery service. Phono
3-3416.
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cart $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-lsthV
mian Highway near Sears, ... t.
Have your television problem
solved by experts. Call U.S. TEL TELEVISION,
EVISION, TELEVISION, Panama 2-4616.
The best dinner and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar.; Hotel International "Pla "Pla-x
x "Pla-x S de Mayo..
Italian General
Replaces American
In High NATO Post
PARIS, July 27 -(UP) Lt.
Oen. Edmondo de Renzi, 61, of
the Italian Army succeeded Lt.
Gen. Clovis E. Byers, 57, of the
U.S. Army yesterday as com commandant
mandant commandant of the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization Defense
College.
Dutch Gen. B.R.P.F. Hassel-
man. chairman of the college s
military committee, .presided at
the handover ceremony.
Renzi has been scrying as
commander of the Italian 5 th
Army Corps on the Yugoslav
frontier. Byers will become mili military
tary military advisor to the assistant
U.S. Secretary of Defense for
international security affairs.
Hard Work Enables
CFI1-TV To Bring
Special Events
"Working hanrf'ln hand 1 -with
local Signal Corps photograph photographers.
ers. photographers. Caribbean Forces Network-
television has be"en able to bring
its viewers, in the past rew;
months, rums or more man au
special local events almost im immediately
mediately immediately after they have hap happened.
pened. happened.
By radio transportation oi
quickly developed negative, an
event is sometimes seen on CFN
before a spectator as the event
can get home to his television
set.
The film Is processed in nega negative
tive negative at the corozal Signal Corps
nhntrt lnh and rushed to the tel
evision studio. For such an event
as the huge Exercise uariD-ex,
which took place here in Pana Panama
ma Panama earlier this year, negative
prints of each day's activities,
narrated by a staff announcer,
were shown on CFN early -In the
evening of the same day.
urttimit t.hf ftomDlete cooper
ation of the Sisrnal Corps photo
lab two miles from CFN, the
program could not have been as
successful as it was that the
program was a success was at attested
tested attested by the numerous phone
calls, cards and letters received.
A Memorial Day rummuM
A.r Moire Air Force and Ma
rine Corps services was telecast
on CFN less than two hoursaft hoursaft-er
er hoursaft-er the last service had been
held This included coverage of
the colorful naval memorial
services at sea.
After film arrives
Signal Corps, mere is buu
of work left for the CFN staff.
The film is dited, a narrative
written and the sound track,
complete with sound effects and
appropriate muse,
Fr-. .,. i nnrt tape are
avnehronized, the finished prod
uct is usually .nj
SVf'wcTk8 CFN.
imole "Just hard work.
llo-Good Samaritan
NEWARK, N. July 27 (UP)-!
was no good saniarttan who
heard the cries ot a n
victim nere "11 ,,,. ft,.
James Duran. 51. of Beach H.
asked a passeroy w -----dan?
instead, the passerby jook
$47 from ois wauei --
"Volice later took Duran to the
Martland Medical Center.
lauaeep m .. V
Milton Eisenhower,

MPuts Off Goodwill

Visit To Mexico V;
WASHINGTON. July 27 UPV UPV-The
The UPV-The goodwill trip of Dr. Milton
S. Eisenhower to Mexico was re rescheduled
scheduled rescheduled yesterday lor Aug. 4-10.
Dr. Eisenhower, brother of tbe
President and head of Johns Hop-

kins University, originally wat He enteren we Army mcoicw
scheduled to visit Mexico in June Corps in 1941 and two years lat lat-but
but lat-but had to delay his trip because er was assigned to the Canal
oi his fflaes.-- 'Zone, Ee was separated iron the

Home Articles

FOR SALE; "Will sell at any
price, "Buccarat" crystal table
set for 12 persons, 84 pieces.
Can be seen at "Muebleria El
Pjablo," Central Avenue No.
16-26.
FOR SALE : ll-oi. ft. refriger refrigerator.
ator. refrigerator. $135, 220-v. hot water
beater $25. Phone Pan.' 3-4870.
FOR SALE: Living room and
dining room set, gas stove, refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator and other household arti article.
cle. article. Moderate price. 4th Street
No. 7040, Central and Melen Melen-des,
des, Melen-des, Colon.
FOR SALE: V.M.-Hi-FI record
"player with records and other
furniture, excellent condition.
Owner leaving Isthmus. Inquire
at premises 5-7 p.m. 9084 1 0th
St., Apt. 21.
FOR SALE: Set upholstered
chairs, sofa-bed, 2 arm chairs
and center table $75. Call
4-520.
FOR SALE: Manila bamboo
furniture,' Singer foot machine
with motor. Reasonable prices.
Phone 421, Fort Davis,
FOR SALE: Philco refrigerator,
60-cycle, 8 tv. ft., used only 2
months. Price $200. Call Balboa
2-3709,
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NEW COMMANDING OFFICER Capt. James E. Whitener, inspects off icero- at the US
Naval Station, Coco Solo, following the change of commtJid ceremonies held there on Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, vben Whitener relieved Comdr H. P. Beebe, as commanding officer.; ot that station.
Beebe assumed duties as Executive Off icer of that command, . (OFFICIAL TJSN PHOTO) 1

Dr. J. Wilkerson,
Coco Solo Hospital
Chief, To Retire
Dr. John M. Wilkerson. who Is
retiring this month as suoerir-
tendent of the Coco Solo Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, has been in charge of Coco
Solo since its opening as a con consolidated
solidated consolidated hospital for the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side in Oct. 1954.
As superintendent of Colon
Hospital and superintendent
designate of Coco Solo, Dr.
Wilkerson took a leading part
In the task of remodeling the
former Navy Hospital and in
tbe actual nwvinr of supol'es,
furniture and patients from
Colon to Coco Solo following
consolidation of tbe medical
facilities in tbe Canal Zone. j
For his work he received aj
soecial commendation from the
Governor on the "constant,
careful and intelligent interest
displayed in seeing that he ac acquired
quired acquired a hospital of which the
Canal Zone may be proud.'
A resident of the Canal Zone'
since 1943 when he arrived on 1
the Isthmus as a member f the!
VS. Army Medical Corps. Wll-
kerson has spent most of his
time' on the Atlantic side where
he is well known on both sides
of the line.
porn Jn. Spencer, Okla he
took his premedtcal training at
the Oklahoma City : University
in Oklahoma City and was grad graduated'
uated' graduated' from the Medical P-rhcol
of the Universif of O'horna
with the class of 1932. He later
took postgraduate work nt Mer Mercy
cy Mercy Hospital in Denver and .. t
the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,
Minn. After completing his in internship
ternship internship In Mercy Hospital be
was first In private practice and
then for almost six years was
camp surgeon with tbe CCC
service in Oklahoma. :

' WANTED Salesman with ex-1;
perience.- References required.
Write to "Salesman,"-P.O. Box";
93, Colon, enclosing photo,. ; V-

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Small outboard
speedboat, new 10-hp. Evinrudo
motor,- remote controls, $425.
Phone 3-2831.
FOR SALE: 1956 Scott-Atwa-i
ter 33-hp.. outboard motor, long
shaft, used very little, excellent
condition, $275. Phone 2-3194.
House 5607-C Diablo Hts.
FOR SALE: 25-cyele Vt-hp.
motors, 2-hp. motor, 1 Vi-hp.
motor. Phone Bal. 2-3782.
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Protean
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn,
WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE:
Modern 3 -bedroom house, un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Call Balboa 2982.
WANTED" TO BUY: New or
used cylinder head for Gray Ma Marine,
rine, Marine, models 121. No. C-16424.
"Destileria Central, S.A." Phone
2-2191.
Jl
WANTED: Vacation quarters
'desired by working couple, end
of August until. . .? Call Ancon
2-2744.
service at that time and Joined
tne-Heajtn Bureau. He was ap
pointed Superintendent ot Co
Ion Hospital in 1954, succeeding
Df. Wayne Gilder who retired.
Dr." Wilkerson and his wife
plan to leave the Isthmus next

Opinions About "The Bachelor Party"

j "The most distinguished' Hollywood film to come
along In early 1957." Los Angelea Times.
The same powerful realism... as "Marty"! v
'S :v .-.:... ' Red book.
The best: ahd most successful thing Chayefsky,
4 has done! Holivwood Reporter
: "AB O. winner as well aja critical success!" ; --
Daflv Tarietv-

. See "THE BACHELOR TARTY" starring Don Murray,"
E. Marshall, Jack Warden, PhU Abbett, Larry Blyden, 1
. Patricia Sml'i and Carolyn Jones, which OPENS ON JULY
31st AT THE CENTRAL.

Domestic Employment

WANTED: Good cook to sleep
in, with recommendation, good
salary. Call 3-3254.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
, DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
Real Estate
NOW OR NEVER: Only $544
r down, $28 monthly, two-room
- cement bungafaw, city water and
light. 10th St., Rio Abajo. PAT PATTERSON,
TERSON, PATTERSON, Panama 3-1114.,
' BARGAIN SALE -Enough land
to invest and sell lots, retire,
near Racetrack, 4,500 .meter,
nice 2-beo'room concrete house,
all for $ 1 1,500 with Small dowel
payment. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE: Two lots 750 mts.2
each or 1500 mfs.2 in Lefevro
Park. Call phon 2-5094.
FOR SALE: A.K.C registered
Cocker Spaniel puppies. Curundu
4194, 3.J0 to 6:30.
FOR SALE: Boston Terrier fa fa-male
male fa-male pup, three-quarter bred, 3
months 'old. Riviera Building,
.Apt. 6, Justo Arosemena Ave.
and 46th Street,
' Wednesday by plane for Floridt
wnere tney wia make their
home In St. Petersburg. They
have a son, John Barton, who
was graduated from the Canal
Zone schools and" who- is now
living in the United. States.

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ALTAR In remote and Isolated areas worship services are carried to military personnel by
the US. Army Chaplains corps. Even the interior of a helicopter can serve as an altar. In
peace and in war, the Chaplains Corps administers to the moral, religious and spiritual needs
of Army personnel and their dependents. (U.S. Army Photo)

This Dept.
Saves Money
For The US.
On Monday, July 29, one of the
oldest departments of the Army
celebrates its 182nd birhday.
The Judge Advocate General s
Department, closely linked with the
origin and development of the A A-svstem
svstem A-svstem of military jus
tice, was created on July 29, 1775,
when the Second Continental Con Congress
gress Congress named William Tudor of
Boston the first judge advocatemof
the Army.
The functions of the Judge Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate General's Department in include
clude include not only those of the Judge
Advocate General and his office
in Washington, but also those of
officers serving as staff judge ad advocates
vocates advocates of Army, division and
other commands.
The mission of the Army staff
Judge adovcate here is to admin administer
ister administer military justice throughout
the U.S. Army Caribbean, includ including
ing including Army missions in Central and
South America,; to process foreign
and domestic claims arising with with-ing
ing with-ing the limits of the command,
and to furnish general legal ad advice
vice advice and service to the individuals
and units of the command.
All officers of the office of the
Army staff judge, advocate, locat located
ed located at Fort Amador, are qualiied
lawyers, admitted to practice be before
fore before the highest court of at least
one state, and in many cases ad admitted
mitted admitted to practice before several
courts, including the United States
Court of Military Appeals and the
United States Supreme Court.
Colonel Howard H. Hasting, the
Army staff judge advocate, a
graduate of the Military Academy,
has practiced law since 1930, both
in the Army and in civilian me.
In addition he has had experience
as a line officer.
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CHICAGO (UP) Fridays are
special days for the men-folk at
the home of Bernard Finkel. Fin Fin-kel
kel Fin-kel and his three sons were bom
on a Friday. But Mrs. Finkel goes
them one better. She was born on
Mother's Day.
j Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

High 83 82
Low 7S 75
HUMIDITY:
High 7 89
Low 78 76
WIND:
(max. mph) S-S SW-13
RAIN (inches) .It M
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 83 82
SUNDAY. JULY 18
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Clayton, gives a patient a respiratory checkup at the Fort
Clayton dispensary. This is one of the many medical facilities
U.S. Army Caribbean Medical Service provides for military
personnel and their dependents in the Caribbean ares.
(U.S. Army Photo)
US Army Medical Corps
Observes ,182nd Year

The United States Army Medi
cal Corps, operating under the mot
to "Preserve tne Army s ngnung
strength," will celebrate its 182nd
anniversary of service to Ameri America's
ca's America's fiahtina men today.
Dating from 1775 when the first
military medical service was es
tablished by the Revolutionary con
gress at the recommendations of
Gen. George Washington, the Ar
my Medical Corps began with U U-nited
nited U-nited States history.
The advances made by military
medicine through the decades have
been based on toe never ending
need for growth and improvement
necessary to meet the increasing
demands for medical service to
U.S. fighting forces wherever they
have been found protecting Ameri America's
ca's America's freedom. From the front lines
of World War II and the Korean
conflict to the peacetime stations
manned by Army soldiers, the Me Medical
dical Medical Corps has been ready to ad administer
minister administer to the sick and wounded.
Since iti beginning, the Army
Medical Corps has bon retpen retpen-iblt
iblt retpen-iblt for many contributions in
th field of medicine, to was an
Army doctor who, in 1910, dis discovered
covered discovered water could bo purified
with chlorine and still bo good
for human consumption. In 1903,
Maf. Walter Rood, with the Ar.
my' i support, discovered that
yellow fever is transmitted by a
mosquito. His discovery led te
the annihilation of yellow fever
in Cuba whore the disease had
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boon en the rampage for ISO
years. This was accomplished
under the direction of Maj. Wil William
liam William Corgas.
Four years later, in 1907, the
Army Medical Corps was given
the task of wiping out the yellow
fever ravage which had caused
the French to turn back in their at
tempt to build a canal across the
isthmus of Panama. This accom
plished, the Army's Corps of En
gineers was able to complete the
ranama canal.
While combating the yellow lev
er mosquito, the Army discover
ed the mosquito responsible for the
transmission of malaria. By elim eliminating
inating eliminating the anopheles through pro proper
per proper control measures, the incid
ence oi maiana has steadily de declined.
clined. declined. Among other discoveries and
means for preventing disease, the
Corps has shut out cholera, dysen dysentery,
tery, dysentery, bubonic plague and was re responsible
sponsible responsible for the campaign to
wipe out smallpox.
At present, the Army Medical
Service, U.S. Army Caribbean,
headed by Col. Leonard F. Wilson.
operates the Rodriguez .U.S. Army
Hospital at Fort Brooke, P,R.; a
dispensary at Fort Buchanan, P.
R.; and in the Canal Zone.-three
major dispensaries, two branch dis
pensaries and two aid stations. Lt.
CoL R. H. Wingo is executive of
ficer of the U.S. Army Caribbean
Surgeon's Office and commanding
officer of the U.S. Army Medical
Service, Canal Zone.
in the Panama area, in-patient
medical care and specialized out outpatient
patient outpatient care are purchased from
the hospitals operated by the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Government In Puerto Ri Rico,
co, Rico, this service is provided Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez Army Hospital and the Fort
Buchanaa dispensary, commanded
by Col. Frank L. Bauer..
The surgeon, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, in addition to the Canal Zoae
dispensaries, is responsible for the
operation of a preventive medicine
survey and malaria cootol detach detachment.
ment. detachment. This detachment, command commanded
ed commanded by Capt. Robert H. Ahmaa,
provides control of disease-carrying
insect pests for the Army and
also the Navy and Air Force un under
der under a reimbursable cross-service
agreement. j
The veterinary service, under
the direction f Lt CoL George
D. Batcbeldor, limits its activities
to food inspection. This service
inspects all food items purchased i
or imported for Army consume-
tion ia the Caal Zone.
Lt Col. Karl W. Woodman di-
rectors the medical supply section
(Onttoued en page ) i

f The Corps of Chaplains, spiritual
servant of the artaed forces, will
celebrate its 182nd anniversary
Monday.
, Serving American troops station
ed throughout the entire world,
the Army Chaplaincy had its be
ginning on July 29, 1775. On that
day the Continental Congress of
the American colonies conferred
official status on Army chaplains
by passing a resolution iixinz their
pay as $20 a month, the same as
the pay established for officers
with the rank of captain.
in peace as. in war, it is the
mission ef the Corps of Chap Chaplains
lains Chaplains to serve the moral,, roll
glous and spiritual needs ef Ar Army
my Army personnel, 'their dependents
and civilian employes.
This mission breaks lo2ie11v in
to three primary functions to
arrange for and conduct public
Worship; to give spiritual euidarice
and moral counsel; and to build
character and nromote jcwvi mnr.
ale. v
Chaplain (Mai. Gen.) Patririr T
Ryan, chief of Army chaplains, is
the chief of staff's adviser in set'
ting policies on matters affecting
religion, morals and chaplains' .'f.
fairs of the entire Army. He
makes recommendations reeardintr
qualifications, appointment and
me assignment of chanlain iwr.
sonnel. Final concurrence in as
signment, however, rests with the
command to which the chaplain
ueiug assigned.
Wltmn U.S. Armv Tarihhean
chaplains have been acMvt vr
since troops were first stationed
nere.
Under Chanlain rCnl ) H.m v.
Donovan, U.S. Army Caribbean
tii.pmin, 14 cnapiami re pres
ently serving the command.
in the' charartKr .f th.
chaplain's service -is ouito iliff..
ent from what it was in ih n.
riod of wartime emergency. Mar-
nagcs, Dapusms, instructions.
counselling with servicemen and
women, Sunday school and youth
programs, and character guidance
activities occupy his time these
days, in tddition to the regular
vwuuuct vx wursnip services.
Retired Canal Man
H. Fisk
Dies In Panama
William Harold Fisk, a' retired
Canal employe was found dead at
nis come in Panama Wednesday.
Mr. Fisk would have been 61 vears
old today.
He was born in Abilene, Kan.
sas, ana was a veteran of Worla
War I. He was emoloved as a
clerk with the former Receiving
ana r-orwarains Agency from Mav
1926 to August 1928, when he re
signed.
He returned to the Pana ma fi
nal organization the following
March and worked briefly for the
Receiving and Forwarding Agen Agency
cy Agency until his transfer to the Store Storehouses
houses Storehouses where he. remained until
his retirement in' August 1954. At
the time of his retirement he was
a storekeeper.
There are no members of his
family living on the Isthmus.
funeral services will be an announced
nounced announced later.
Hair Raising Tale
CHICAGO fUP A. ChiriM
housewife can't explain the long
and short of it to her husband.
Mrs. Lillian Paskulv'i daughter
Georgene, 13, has braids 37 inches
long. Another daughter's hair ex
tends well below her waist. Mrs.
Paskuly said her husband's "hau
ls getting thin now, and he keeps
anting wnai our aecret is."

Shprttimer Nickerson Cant
Give Direct Orders On CZ

WASHINGTON. July 27 (UP
Col. John C. Nickerson Jr.. the
Army missile expert convicted of

icauing ueieukc acreu, wiu dc secret UUormauon end for disciOS-, miauic oi u jujrswc xvi xvi-information
information xvi-information during his assignment In aurh inform arinn t uiauthm. er ChanneL

in the Pansma Canal Zoe.
An Army spokesman added that
if. the 41-year-old officer wants any
orders issued, other officers will

have to do it for him under terms tary Charles E. Wilson which bm-1 Flames broke out in the Oca Oca-of
of Oca-of bis court martial conviction, ited the Army to ooeration of mis- hontaa Fuel yard, an area leased

Nickerson. now assigned to the
Army's Ballistic Missile Onler at
HunUville. Ala., will be trasfer
red te an engineering post, at FU
uaytoa m ue caaai iooe alter a
leave of not more than 30 days.
He wm be aa "inipector of faciV-
ities for repair and maintenance
and iaspector of engineer work ia
progress." ;
isickerse wm oe eugioie lor
retirement next June, having com-!G
He
Ted
pietea zv years Army service. e
has not requested or been offered
mm nnmrtiiiiir 1a Maim. atM
which would mean no retirement
prrvileges, a spokesman said, fti
The Army ssid he will have ac-
teas to necessary -"confidential"
dsta-ia hi .new job but that he,
will not be connected "ia any
ray with mded missile research1
or development. Conftdential data
ia Mt aa rtMlv uan4vl aa tmrra
er top secret material ; ......
liickersoa was ceavicted by aa

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In Second

WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP)-J-
President Esenhower expressed
'great disappouitment" today over-defeat
of the $1,500,000,000 fed federal
eral federal school bill. But Demodrats
said lie had only himself to blame.
.The Deindcrats said Eisenhower
could have reversed the narrow
208 to 203 vote by which the
House sidetracked the bill merely
by telephoning dozen GOP mem members.
bers. members. Some Republicans also had
qualified criticism of the Presi
dent, -,...- i-.-'--.

Army Ups 42,000 GIs To Top
4 Grades During This Quarter

RAF Calls Off
Aerial Raids
OnOmanForis
SHARJA, Trucial Oman, July 27
(UP) Royal Air Force pilots
spotted the red flag of the pro pro-British
British pro-British Sultan of Muscat and
filian flying atop a rebel fort yes yesterday
terday yesterday and all aerial pperations
against the insurgent -pended.
Cease-fire orders followed two
days of intensive aerial cer
tnd machinegun attacks on rtbel
fortifications and came just as
plans were, being made for a
ground assault in this steaming
.. .... A ....... nl
sultanate on me easi cunav w
Arabisn Peninsula.
An RAF spokesman announced
the suspension of operations when
the Sultan's flag was seen waving
frnm th fort at Izki which had
been one of the rebel strongholds.
: I.fVt ratline on tne reoeis
f a 0v nn their : revolt and sup-
port the sultan wouia oe uroppea
over the entire area tomorrow,
the spokesman said.
The rebels, tnrougn a apoKes
man in Cairo, claimed that Com
munist China had offered them
support.
The spokesman, Sheikh) Moham Moham-ed
ed Moham-ed El Harithy, said the 'Chinese
Embassy in Cairo offered him
helD but did not specify what
kind. He said he was waiting to
hear from the rebel chief, the
outlawed Imam Ghaleb, before
reDlving to the embassy.
- The British were taking a seri serious
ous serious view of the' situation in the
sultanate, which they are pledged
to support.
RAF. army and navy com
manders as well as officials of
the Oman tribal scouts, flew over
the rugged terrain on a "familiar "familiarization"
ization" "familiarization" flight in a heavy bomber.
Air Vice Marshal L. F. Sinclair,
commander of British forces on
the Arabian Peninsula,. held meet meetings
ings meetings st his headquarters with
other officials, including Col. Pat
Waterfield, chief. of staff of the
Muscat and Oman field orce. the
Sultan's personal army.
Armv court mtrtial at Wuni.viii.
iat month nf viniatinu ..-,,rif
regulations by failing to safeguard
Wed neraona. . 1
Nickerson had sought to ovm-
turn an order bv Defense Setre-'
ilea with a ranee of a milea or
less. The Army wented jurisdic-i
tioa over weapons wiU rantea of
up to 1,500 miles. v" f ,
He was suspended from rank

for one year and sentenced te for-V

feit $100 of bis pay each month for
15 months.. 1
He also received a reprimand
'from LL Gen. Tromas F. Hickey,
3rd Army comma noer. A.iania,
. who ordered tha eourt mar-
om-IGa.. who ordered tha eourt mar
tsL Hickey told th eoknel en
jciy I that "you presumed yoia-
v. .v 4k. l -ml
utioas." I
The Army said Nickerson's
Canal Zone duties will "fall with-
ia restrictions imposed by his
court martial sentence." Hi sus-
pension from rank means be esn-
not exercise command er give or-
ders te Juniors.
-ff a1 raniw ait Ml aT ArtflT
ewi4 martialN bnaH of iaoniry
United Press Staff Cos respondeat

now tw truth mid the

PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1957

Ike
Defeat
1 Marion B. Kolsom, secretary of
Health. Education and : Welfare,
also voicea disappointment at the
outcome. ,ome of Folsom's aides
put it much straongen They said
the secretary had "fought 'down
to the wire" for the measure and
would have 'liked more "em
phatic". White House support.
SuDUorters of the measure were
particularly bitter because they
felt they had victory almost in
their erasu wnen wily Rep. How
ard Smith (D-Va) offered the
More than 42,000 enlisted promo promotions
tions promotions to the top four pay grades
have been authorized Army-wide
..1 C.i! rt A A
ior me quarter ending sepi. mi,
1957, Department of the Army an announced
nounced announced this week.
Although overstrengthed in pay
grade E-7, Headquarters U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean announced -j, this
week that it had received an alio alio-cation,
cation, alio-cation, for the first quarter of Fis
cal Year '58 from Department of
tne Army to promote five enlist enlisted
ed enlisted men to pay grade E-7: 19 to
E-6; 35 to E-5; and 239 to E-4.
." The Army-wide breakdown by
grade is:
To E-7, 758; to E-, 2740; to E-5,
8314; to E-4, 30.297.
However, the freeze on promo promotions
tions promotions of enlisted men in certain
muss continues with one new
field, added to the 27 in which pro promotions
motions promotions were forbidden for most
of the last fiscal year. The new
MOS is 941-cook. No promotion to
E- or E-7 may be made to men
With this MOS.
The promotion restrictions, De Department
partment Department of the Army said, were
due to the overstrength picture in
these MOS1.
For promotion to pay grade E-3,
for the first quarter of fiscal year
1958, authority was granted to "ef "effect
fect "effect appointments of all privates
(E-2) who. have completed eight
months active federal service as
of July 1, and are recommended
by their immediate commanders.
Biggesl Dock Fire
In Boston History
Hits River Wharf
BOSTON. July 27 fUP)A
fire causing damage estimated
at more than $1,250,000. roared
today through the Mystic River
docks, menacing ships and near
by fuel elevators.
Damage estimates indicated It
would be one of the biggest dock
fires in Boston history.-
. Firemen struggled through tbei
night attempting, to keen flames
from reaching the fuer elevat-
Arl At. laet. flv f i-A f1apKff

Should

were overcome by smoke andLKI
lfMnlt.ftl1aH rVkQflt eriiorH vnanlalr

Francis Lange, 18, fell off a
crumbMng pier and almost
drowned. He was rescued and
taken to Chelsea Naval Hospital.
Fire Chief John F. Howard
said the fire "probably will burn
for days. Deputy Fire Chief
William Hogan said lt was the
worst dock blaze in at least
16
years.1
The Norwegian freighter Bel-
ocean,-out of Oslo, was moved
aJona- the 1200-foot wharf tnree
times and finally was towed out
Railroad passenger cars load-
ed aboard the Belocean for shlp-
ment to Korea were blistered by
intense heat. v-
from the Boston and Maine
Railroad, owners of the Mystic
Docks, a comparatively new wa
terf root' facility. 'i
- .'
t( r n j
Krlllri C IWIxmPn
jssiiie m a.y
it ttt n l 1 4'
an Mil Air IB ;
-
.. 1 a i,r
r UTh m3l
IV U It I MIVa
LONDON. July 27 (UP) iaa-
ers of 100,000 country buamei-to
day decided to call off a wide widespread
spread widespread strike sd sccept sb indus industrial
trial industrial dispute tribunal's Sward ef
aa U shillings $LSS a week in increase,
crease, increase, t
Voting was 55-32 for acceptance.
Normal services of provincial
bus companies will be resumed by
Monday,

country is safe Ahrahan Lincoln.

B am

For Schools

successful proposal to ditch the
legislation. x
"They had agreed at the last min min-uVe
uVe min-uVe on a new comprimise tailgred
to satisfy Eisenhower and figured
it had the votes, to pass. But a
Republican-Southern'; Democratic
coalition lQtea witlf Smith to kill
the 1 hill oelore ? the i compromise
could be brought up.
' Mrs. .'inne Wbeaton,. associate
White House press secretary, said
the President "expressed great
disappointment that the House .did
not.sfcejts ay to pass an ap
propristo measure to meet the
critical shortage of public
schools."
Mrs. wheaton said, he made the
remark at a White House break breakfast
fast breakfast -conference with SenateRe-'
publican Leader William F, Know-
land. .She said she did not know
whether Eisenhower relayed his
views V Republican congressional
leaders generally. t- 1
On a party basis. Ill Renubli
cans voted to kill the bill and 77
to keep it hlive. Among the Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, VIC voted to keep it alive
and 67 to kill it.
Before Killing the measure, the
House tacked on an amendment
to school districts : with segregat segregated
ed segregated schools. r
"I lay defeat of the bill sc,uare sc,uare-ly
ly sc,uare-ly at tht fett of the President,"
said Rep, Augustine IB. Kelley (D-
ra ), cniet sponsor oi tne deleaved
plan. '
Pan American?
Highway (Notes
v 1924 Thirty-iseven : engl.
neers, economists, and other
officials representing" 19 Latin
American countries- inspected
US highways on a special tour
sponsored by 4M Highway
Education Board of the US. In
discussions following this tour,
the group projected the idea
of a roadway from the US
through Central and South
America to Buenos Aires.
The following year, In Octo October
ber October 1925, the first "Pan Amer American
ican American Highway Conference" was'
' held at Buenos Aires to study
ana promote foadbuilding in
all the Americas. r
,5'
As the Seventh Pan American
Highway Congress ; meets in
Panama City, Aug. 1-10." only
some 600 miles remain to be
BuUt to link the great Pan
American route. The Panama
meet will be preceded bv the
First Conference of American
Traffic Exoerts. This eroun will
plan for standarlzation of traf traffic
fic traffic controls lorn the inter-con
tinental roadway, i
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Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey (D
iWVa), 'another, leading suppdrteJr
of the measure, said Eisenhower
could have saved the bill by tele
phoning a dozen Republics mem members.
bers. members. ( : j
' "He-didn't do anything as far
as I tan determine,,'. Bailey said.
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Recent Strong Stocks
From 1 To 3 Points
NEW YORK,' July 27 (UP) -l-Routine
weekend profit taking,
meeting no support, swelled to a
sizeable decline which cut a point
to 3 points : ; from the prices of
recent strong spots.
The selling,, however, was vir vir-tually
tually vir-tually without pressure as indi indicated
cated indicated by activity the lightest
since April 1. Volume of 1,70,0,000 ;
shares was 90,000 shares below
Thursday. f
Heaviest activity was In shares
of Chrysler and Bethlehem StecJ,
off 2 ooints and l 'point, res respectively,
pectively, respectively, on realizing following'
reports of record first half opera operations
tions operations for both, C
Other motors dipped with Chrys Chrysler..
ler.. Chrysler.. Losses in the steels ran to 94
point In U.S. Steel, 1V4 each in
Youngstown Shee and Tube and
Carpenter. There was a little pres pressure
sure pressure here in. view, of the lmpek 1
in steel price investigation. M
Rails also slid backwards "afWf
their1 pickup earlier this weeit i
which lifted them to a new high v
sihee mid-January.. ; Loses, ran (
from a point to 2 points, in Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Ohio, New York Cen-.
tral.r Northern Patific, Western
Maryland, iMissouri Pacific, St.
Louis-San Francisco. i
Measured, by the averages; In-!
dustrials were down 2,10 points at
514.59, rails down 1.48 at 1 152.33 4
utilities down .44 at 70.03 and the,
65 stock composite average down
i.ik points at 177.84. ; r
Fire Is Doused
On French Ship
Transiting Suez
SUEZ. July 27 (UP) An pB-
ni?ht fire aboard the 7,251 ton
r rencn carpo snip sainte r Mere v
Eglise which: is midwav throiftrh:
the Suez Canal was erti"Puishe4
today,; a spokesman of the' own
'ers reported, -v ; V ''.
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