The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
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]
daily
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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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Balboa Bridge Will

RP's Economy,

Construction of tfre $20,000,000 high level bridge across the Canal at' Balboa
for whinh final desicrn and sneH-jfinatinn art nnur in rnn f ,-i,nii:. ...:n u:

t - - vwvm v vi iicpaiairjM win ui irig
a- tremendous boost to Panama's economy wholly aside from the lons-ranse benefits

, which will accrue by its opening, according to a Balboa Heights statement.- -'
These benefits will come from the employment of local labor in the actual con
v'struction, the purchase of a vast amount of materials' required, personnel and' other
services, and by the development of new ; skills among those participating in the con construction
struction construction project, the statement declared. ; t-i .,
This latter will be of lasting benefit to Panama in opening up many jobs for which
qualiffcations from local sources do not ex istt, ; ', ".
r ,, .. Peak employment is expected to begir in about 18 months and continue for a
period of some two years during which time the construction of tfie substructure,
highway connections, and erection of4 steeL superstructure will be under way.r : ; s
rj-x During' this period several hundred employes will be directly engaged on the
project, aside from he Indirect work which' will be generated, such as required by
the suppliers of local materials, services, and equipment. ,w

It cannot be accurately deter,
mined at this time the numbers
to be employed either directly or
; irtdire,ctlv: nor the percentage of
local employments, the statement
continued, i'-v" vVs? :' ? ".;
The construction or the,; bridge
across the Canal is ona or .we
commitments, in the 1953 Treaty
end is one oi me.iasi .requiring
Wislatlve action by the Umtea
-'State Congress foi implements.
A The type of bridge to be built
It will bt a three.span truss
brieve with-an overall length of
; tlig' "y over two mile from the-
'nd -f the Wc'-way s,",'vac!-'-3
-,3:t"p.i v -it fJ: ;,
. i main r- cro.-...-i2 tut
Canal channel' vVL be 10WJ feet
long and will have a clearance of
201 feet4 above the Canal at msn
Ther new bridge will connect
"with Thatcher Highway on the
west side not fat from the pre pre-sent
sent pre-sent Thatcher Ferry.
The east side approach will pro.
vide vehicular outlets directly,, to
the Canal Zone and Panama CI,
" ty street systems, at the Limits.
: The long, east approach will be
built on a sloping curve from
near Thatcher Ferry, and cross.
Ing the arm of Panama Bay
which separates Panama City and
Fort Amador.
: --r'-V?. A f
iJ While ihe main work Is still a a-fread,
fread, a-fread, mtich preliminary work has
already been accomplished by Ca.
ral forces and by the design conj
tractor, the firm of Sverdrup and
Parcel:. of St. Louis. Mo., who al.
kn Tironrr1 the ore'iminarv clans
which have been approved. ; .'
' '.Most of the work locally; has
' been in core drilling and survey
work ior tne pringe ana ns tp
proachfes. : ""
.3 Approximately $40,000 has alrea already
dy already been spent for drilling opera,
tions to determine subsurface con.
ditions. it
Tho plort and substructures
" will bt a major part of the
bridne construction and t h a,
, construction and the contractor'
wi uessfilly bid this lob
will no doubt us 90 perenet
. Panamanian labor. Tht total cost
, of labor ftn4 materials for th's
phasa will be an estimated $5
t S4 millions.
Substantially less than hali of
the tota1 cost of $20,000,000 will
go for the nurchase o steel.
The Construction and erection
of the sptrpt"r- ii expected
to begin about November 1960.
after all biers ate completed, and
will require about two yeara for
completion. :
' The total contract price for the
superstructure is ekoected t be
in t" rarnre of fS14.000.000 to $15,.
000,000 which Includes cost of
steel. ,
fob Shows Increase
iThe Paha ma area' reenlistment
rate increased slightly during May
Headquarters, U.S., Army Carib.
, bean. announced this week.
The figures released by com.
mahd headquarters .indicated the
May figure of 25.6 to be a 4.8 in.
crease dver the April percentage..
." f 'h f X
) Six of the 15 eligible for reen.
rlistment took the oath at Fort Kob.
fbe to lead all other post in theJ
tPanama "Area with a mark of 40
ipercent Fdrt Gulick was a close
second with a percentage O: 37.5,
followed by; Quarry Heights with
a 33.3, Fort A--ih 20 and
Fort Clayton with 18.9. 1 c
f Sixteen of 34 and above
Vliible' ior reen istment in ihe Pa.
Jnama Area reenlisted for a mark
fof 47.1, while six of 52 E 4'g and
below took the oath for a percent,
fege oi 11.5.

employ

Except for bridge specialists, not
avauaDie loca'ly, most of the er.
ecting crews without doubt will
be rom Panama, x-" v ;; fc
The minimum wage to be paid
on all phases of the bridge pro.
ject will be $1 an hour.
.It has been pointed out that it
wjll be ; obviously to the advant.
age of the contractor to make as
many local purchase and to use
as much local labor as possible
on all stages of the bridge work,
Only In this manner can subs subs-tantial
tantial subs-tantial savings be effected in sucb
areas as shipping costs for mate.
rials, mobilization and demobiliza
tion charges for outside; labor,
and the-traT"ortat.inn and hous.
iff Of itstr' pip!(!yed ,j.w ti y
JLroin tlio. I iuiiiinsj ." 1 ' -It
; is estimated that 80.000 oil.
bic yards of concrete will be need,
ed for the job which will, require
sonw 450,000 bass of cement.
The local cement processina
firm, vCemento Panama S. A., has
already been asked if it could
produce the special Type V sul.
pnate-resistant cement requir.
ed-tn this inuiry; 1
' Efforts art also bolnq mad to
determine a local source of re.
Inforeing steel which will meet
soecif ication requirements.
The bridee ProWt will hp rllvirT
ed into thre "vte jobs in ord order
er order t6 Rive t1-" ller into three
separate jobs f Wder to give the
smaller local contractors an op
porfunity to comnete in .the sever several
al several phases of work. ,
One of these will'be the bridep
approaches, ; involving ftlU pile
driving, drainage structures -and
pavine. all of which are. suitable
for. either general or sub-contract
work. ......
s The other two will reoulre hiPh-
iy. specialized organizations, one
bein? the difficult substructure
work,, and the other beina special!
ized steek sunerstructure fabrica
tion and erection.
It it looiexl to assume, accord
ing to the Balboa Heights state.
HvdwHn Expert
llcreAs Consultant
''"..r ". r. k .:. i
On Csnd Culverts
Edward Soucek, 1 former Pana-
ma Canal emolovee, now Chief
of the Civil Design Branch of tlw
Omaha Eneinser District, arrived
in the Canal Zone yesterday a? a
consultant on the culvert system
for the Canal Locks.
Soucek was here three years,
1939-42, when he was employed
as Senior Eneinneer on design
work for the Third Locks Project.
Much of his work that period was
in the study of the existing culvert
system and design of' the culvert
system for the Third Locks.
He is an outstanding authority
on hydraulics, and is a graduate
1 T .u .Jt T I'
nurauiits engineer ui iuw cwaic
College at Ames, Iowa.
Soucek has been aupervislng the
design of the ; powerplant, spill spillway,
way, spillway, and dam of .the Oahe Dam
project at Pierre, South Dakota,
the world's largest earth fid dam,
now nearing completion, lie ha?
also suoervised design of all phas phases
es phases of the Fort Tandall, Gavin Point
and Bis Band Fams ul South Ka Ka-kota,
kota, Ka-kota, all of which are among the
ten iareest earth, fill, dams in the
world, Each of these four included

spillway structures and hydroelec hydroelectric
tric hydroelectric plants.-:.".; .-;'-''' 'ri '.-v..-.'
Ibe consultant visited Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Lbcks Friday soon after his
arrival to inspect work now in
progress in: connection wi h t-:e
reppirs to the floor slab, and one
of the lateral .culvehs Which has
just been completed, ilis visit -at
the" present time pcrmits'a "full
inspection of culverts before the
cast chamber is relloocled early
nex week.
'.: ? ....; J.

Boost
mehf
ment, that prima contractors
Will use many smaller sbbeon sbbeon-tracts
tracts sbbeon-tracts 'on' local purchases to the
extent possible to be supplied by
i Panama. T v " ,.,
? Typicaf of these are? v.
'' Lightingfor roadway. -navi
gation and aviation purposes. This
will probably be a subcontract
with a 'cost pr about $200,000 for
the project. -
2. Lumber supply for, massive
pier forms. ..
3 Miscellanpnns bardwtfr rah.
les, rope, wire, special pajnts, pipe
for drainage structures J and oth
er similar items. &'
4. Fabrication: of handrail and
other small .special-parts and fit-
iii";s. '-j.
TA, il m 1 m
' ii- appears tnat uie only areas
in which bridge .funds wiu not dir.
ctly benefit Panama economy will
4. me aesign work nemg done
by a. world-foimt't bridge engin engineering
eering engineering firm whi'-his now about 25
percent complete.!
2., The purchdSeofirolled s'eel
shapes, available onlyin big steel
m"is. s. ,,
3. Certain (Specialised and expe experienced
rienced experienced labor required for under
water cofferdam work and equal equally
ly equally specialized bridge erection.
4,. Purchase of 1 material and e-quiomer-t
which can not bp. oht.ain.
ed locally, or which does not meet
American v Standard Testing Ma
terials specifications.
The above four, items will a
mount td approximately 50 percent
ot tne entire cost of the bridge
SEVERAL THOUSAND FEET of

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icvci enenre across tne canai ana its approncnes. Tnisls necessary to detertnine sound foun
c'atlon for the structure. Approximately. $40,000 is being spent on'" this "phase, of the bridge.;
project alone, .and most of this work has 'already been accomplished. -A' section of the large
building where the rock bores are.stored Is shown above with the' cores' being examined br
Reoloists-and foundation- experts They are;- H-BtewartrCanaL- geologist, (standing)., E
R. Burwell, left front, and A. R. Nard. Burwell l&'a, nationally known authority On geology and
is a member of the board of consultants for the bridge, Nard Is chief oi the Canal Compa.''
ny's civil engineering branch. ,

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LABOR DELEGATION Jose de la ltosa Castillo,-, lame-duck president off Local 907, GCEOC,
CIO-AFL, hands a letter'tr Foreign Minister Miguel A., Moreno (right) asking the governments
to negotiate a. 10 percent wage Increase for Panamanian workers on the Canal Zone.; Others
present -during the visit were: William A: Bind air, ; International representative of 'OCEOG
(left) ; Blcardo Martin, treasurer-elect1 of Local 907; Eloy Benedettl, the ministry's legal ad adviser,
viser, adviser, and Ricardo E. Chlari (reading -newspaper) director of the Department of International!
Relations. others present but not shown in the photo were Roland A; Dean and Mariano jOteif
s deputy. Forelgn'.Mtalster.r .IWA t.r'nt-.-" te-J if -4v.' te&'

AdamstMillionaire

House
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' WASHINGTON (UPI) Mil-
linnaire l'crnard sld.'inp,' who
dinn'ii-1 1 g..s "J lavuii to
chief White House aide Sherman
Adams, has agreed to testify be
fore the House influence investi
gating subcommittee July 1, It
was announced today.
Chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark)
of the House subcommittee inves-
tiffatinc '1 aovernment reeulatory
agencies,, disclosed Goldfine's ac
ceptance of the group s 'vitation
to appear with; some of his lac-
ordg. i i fj
Harris said the subcommittee
sent the New England textne
magnate a telegram asking him
tn tpstifv in connection1 witn a
ca se involving the Securities and
Exchange- Commission i -v
Adams 1 acKnowieaeea contaci-:
ing the SEC in 1956 in Goldfine's
hehalf .after ; uoidiine nad com
plained to him about his difficul
ties, with the agency.
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rock core have been drilled alorirthe alignment "of the high' '.

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PIT GoldfifiiW fill

'At,;
i Harris told. a news conference
HbafColdfine's lawv had tele tele-plioned
plioned tele-plioned lum-a few mnmlcs iailir
and told him i Goldfine "will be
here" to give .the subcommittee
his side of the' case.. ; ; ; y
A reporter asked Harris If he
planned to ask Goldfine for his
tax records. "We will cross that
bridge when we get to it,'' -the
chairman replied, ,
.Some subcommittee members
Hhave expressed an interest in
finding but whether Goldfine wrote
off his many favors to Adams as
business expenses. : Adams'n has
contended they, were part of. a
lone-standing familv. exchange,
Harris said it "is up to; the
President" whether he has Bone
the rieht thing in keeping -Ada rts
at his post "I 'hone 'he has
searched his conscience.'" rry
A M. Tendon. 1936. GUK pres
dential candidate,' said in Topeka
Kans., that the administration
iA.tjA iiimm;c sTttoi'rs
.: nun sa
rnM '0,0 rt 6;i

J

His Side Of' Story

"should kick Sherman Adams -out
ot the While House or prepare m
get kicked out Uiemselvei. ,ia
I9fa0." :
Harris said the subcommittee
would resume its politically ex.
plosive Investigation into the al
leged inilueiice-tor favors case
involving Goldfine and Adams
next Tuesday.
He said SfcC Chairman Edward
JN. Gadsby and lour other .iiEC
commissioners 'would testify.
along with former SEC Chairman
Sinclair Armstrong
The subcommittee -is investieal
ing the SEC's handling of viola violations
tions violations of the Securities and Ex.
change Act by Goldfin'a E st Bos
ton Co. 1 i 1
.The firm failed to file required
financial reports, with the SEC for
eignt years, men in 1956 the SEC
agreed to drop a" $20,000 fine
levied against the firm as a tp
suit of an SEC.filed court suit.
Adams said he -directed the
White House counsel to ; ask tbe
SEC for a report on the case But
he said .Goldfine did not ask him
to make the enntact.
,The : SEC lias idehied showing
any tavonusm. to (ioidxuie in its
handling of, the tmatter.tr'f? rm
Stockholders in the East (Boston
Co, have filed suit against Gold-
fine .over activities of the com-
nyf during the period when! it
iJed no;. report ':;.;-
Harris also announced, that ilie
subcommittee bad summoned pub
lisher John F,ox of the- defunct
Boston Post to testify next, Tijurs-
fox bad been quoted as saving
that Goldfine was able to obtain
tavorea treatment by the SEC
and Federal Trade Cammiinn
because of his close; friendship
with Adams, it
CZ To Celebrate,
1 00th Anniversary
Of GoethalV Birth
The Centennial of the b rth nf
Gen. George Washington Goethals
which falls next Sunday has been
pruaaimea Dy ;uovernor w. E,
Potter as a day to be observed in
the Canal. Zone.'
In a proclamation calling atten attention
tion attention to the date; Governor Potter
urged ail residents ot the4 Canal
Zone to i6in In this observanen
with': ; ;the .full jreaKzajiion of the
great coninouuons to our nation's
welfare by General Goethals, who
was the guiding genius behind
construction of the Panama Canal
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v Every ship which has been makinr the Canal : transit r
since June f is settins; a new fiscal year record for ocean-
Soma; vessels nslnr the Panama Canal, official figures ie
leased at Balboa Heights revealed yesterday. ;;. ,-, ; i ) f 1
'At the same time, It was announced that the fiscal jfear
record for toils was exceeded or June 3. This record, set at
$39.653,713,; was attained in fiscal year 1957, ;-'s-t;
, Up to midnight Thursday,, there were 9203 transits' by
'ocean-going ahips, both commercial and government, as
compared with the 8848 transits made during the entire :is-"
cal year of 1957. If the level t,t traffic tnr nnt is Anw

-la maintained during the remainder of June, tho-fiscal jeaj's

; iuii may DO approximately 0450.
Tolls fortthe period between June 3 and midnight June
i 19 had not yet been tabulated. ... (x

Foreign

Moreno Prdreiises

To Siudv

o .y Foreign Minister Miguel A. Moreno today agreed a
look into the matter of seeking a ten per cent pay raise for
Panamanian employes' of the Cdnal Zone to match a
similar forthcoming increase for classified employes on
U.S. rate rolls. ?. v. ;
The bill granting a 10 percent increase to about
2650 U.S. civil service employes on the Zone was signed
into law yesterday by President psenhower. 5
;M-The;Foreigh Minister mader his undertakino Hurinn

a visit to his office this morning by a delegation of rep.

resenrgriyes rrom Locals yw and VUf ectOC, CIO-AFL.
In addition to the ten per cent wage increase, the
labor t delegation i -also : suggested negotiation of 'a tax
treaty between jPapamd and, the United, States to redub
or eliminate the present 30 per cent tax collected by tha
U.S. gbyernment on Rensibns paid to Panamanians.

Moreno promised to .look into
the suggestion made by the labor
delegation, but' asked them to sub.
mit a memorandum on- all that
wa discussed during todaV's visit.
going, president of Local 907, wlio
acted as. spokesman for the group
said Wat as lac as Panamanian
emp'oyes are concerned all the
provisions of i the Classification
Act of 1949 are applied to them,
.with- the except of those which
deal with salaries;-
W III m l. Sineilfr the
GCEOC's intarnational rapras.
entativc,' agracd with- Castillo's
claim that ai a rtsult of tha
preposad Single Wage Bill for
tht Canal Zona, only about 200
Panama Canal .; tmployts will
Rtt Wag Incrtasti while anoth.
tr 200 or so will be froitn at the
present-wages.?. '; MMZip&i''
Sinclair said the r sin ele ; waae
bill would be more aptly describ.
ed as a "singular wage bill":. ;
He emphasized that according
to tne new mu, ; local .rate launch
operators who are. now classlsfi.
ied as Grade 12 win be reduced
to Grade 5 or-6. ; ;: ; :'
. Castillo declared that the 10
percent Wage increase r sought
by,, the local rate .unions was
justified because their cost of
living Increased approximately
25 percent with the less of their
commissary privileges.. J s t
yaer. ,':',v,.tf..1,:u w...;:;u t;-t;iv:;,.,1..
X Regarding the'bid for a tax ex.
emption or reduction .for retired
Panamahianst who receive pens.
Ions from the U.S. Government,
Castillo said he thought it wojld
not be too difficult because the
U.S. "has tax exemption treaties
oyering retired workers With sey
eral other countries.-"
Following the interview with the
Foreign, Minister,1 Castillo describ.
ed the salaries pay to the laboring
ana unsKiiiea workers in Panama
as "starvation wages'', but in the
case of some professional groups
the salaries are much higher that
mose paid in tne Canal -zone, ev.
en to U.S. raters, he said. ;
However, be added, the tanar
Zone government knowa." that.
Panama salaries are mainly,
starvation-wages, so it should
not allow Itself to be Influenced
by the te.callid locality wage
standards.- :
"After alt the United States
boasts about being the most demo
cratic country in the world, .it
should prove it by paying decent
living wages,,' Castillo declared.
- The labor, leader pointed out
also that the usual argument that
higher salaries ;' 'to Panamanian
workers on. the Canal Zone would
be harmful, to Panama's economy
has been rejected time and againj
;.at,::'i5;:pivti:s.':'i?:

jt

Minister

Mattes1
by Panamanian officials.
Castillo and Sinclair were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Ricardo Martin,
treasurer-elect of Local 907. and
Roland A. Dean, field rirror-i.
Uye..jof.XoeA-oa.-H.'."
Accompanying the -'Fore?s.i Tin.
ister Were: Deputy Foreign Mm.
jster Manann ,nri p;v,.j w
Chian, director of the Department
of international Relations and
Eloy Benedettl,' the ministry's W.
al adviser.;;.:-;;.-- fv.,-;- -Regarding
the ten percent py
Increase, the Panama Canal's
office stated yesterday that em.
pioyes of the Canal organiz arion
can expect to find the 10 per
tent Federal increate refUtfad
In their pay checks which will
bee issued July 1, and f.
- Separate checks for the re retroactive
troactive retroactive pay will come Ut
imwever. : . . ..
" w" "bt possible" at this lafe
date, the Canal stated, to rcft
I.6 ?ayt lnithe Pa he whi.'li
are to be issued to employe the
first of; next; week.' -tlu
wmplicerted-of comput comput-ing
ing comput-ing the check, for, the; retroactive
pay for the period between Jan. 12
begun and these. checks, probaVt
will be issued separately bt nofc
before the middle of July i -Cen
; officials also. annoJnead
that Recording to th pay bill,,
which was signed- Friday by
President Ifsenhowerr those por
sons whoi have beeni f retir.d
from government -service be
Jr 12 and" the time the
titled to the retratt:.i
the tirrte they were employed, j
' lAccording to legislation specific.
uy inciuaea- in the legislation;
tlurpay raise will not be reflecte j
W the annunity payments, wU,; -Employes
whff left the .servic
for Other reasbris; beore the. bill
was signed, will not- h miiuu
f.or the back pay, it. was stated.
Salary; due ; an employe whdi
died during that period will be paid
to the employe's estate.
Mrs. Ellen Coyl
Acliiig Sqcrcfsry
ForAAA
v For the balance of this month
and continuing through Aug. 31,
Mrs. Ellen Coyle will act as sec
retary treasurer of tfie. Panama
and Cabal Zone Automobile Club,
Mrs. Coyle lives at .0858.B Santa
Claua Lane in Balboa. Her tele,
phone number is Balboa 2362.
i During this time,', the5 regular
secretary-treasurer K Mrsi Hj,dred
K. Turner will be on vacation. With
her husbandt- Howard ZJ Turner,
and teenage daughter, Mary she
will, visit various parts of the U.
nited States from New York to Co Colorado,
lorado, Colorado, returning to 5 the ; Canal
Zone the last week in August
During Mrs. Turner's absence,
Jlrst. Coyle will handle all mem.
ership applications, inquiries,
and will provide maps -and other,
travel information, as well as re..
-quest. Trip.Tiks for those touring
trie united btatej and. Canada.
rThe-many other services of the
American Automobile' Association
such as reservations for' the then.
ters, pickets for -sporting events,
hotel accomodations, mail forward,
ing service, and the like, can fc
arranged by Mrs. Coyle.



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CANAL ZONE TELEFHONE OPERATORS '
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- 'Do-thr people who live in this. rea realize the stupendous
lob ur -unheralded telephone operaton .are. noing lor u. every
iay? Theirs U one job which keeps them. yorktag at top. speed
their lull-eight hours; and more every day and night, wlta no
time to- alt back hand lounge and read, books and write letters.
Th are' Ok Army and Pan? Cansu, overworked and underpaid
aacL yet In any emergency-it Is tne -teiepnoue operator who
lumps in' and calls the ambulance,. the fire engine,, and so; fottn.
When outstanding awards and letters qomnienaatlon are
ianded out by departing top brass and department heads, no
ene ever thinks to commend 'or even tnank these hara hara-Vorklnt
Vorklnt hara-Vorklnt Trornen. a The only time they ever., geto individual jat jat-SntlonVwhen
SntlonVwhen jat-SntlonVwhen wW lazy uper.vlsor-with his leet on
bawls them out; lor some' mechanical failure ol his telephone.
He doesn't .stop, to think tha the equipment they are working
- with is about 50 years obsolete and "worn out, that: the operators

eje exhausted wiTO une petiy-uiue requcaw ui uw umwc

jseople are too" lazy-W cuai tnemseives, y. uiey nvo m f
smilinR,, voice., be polite smdlcheertul in the lace ol over over-whelming
whelming over-whelming insolence and ill temper. Let's give, them.a big hand
fM a rhinre. and atroreciate -the good employes we-have to

' depend on when wt need them.

Appreciative.

flP.

WHO 'WEARS SHORT SHORTS?

17)

r hewifelt. sympathy oei out to M.M.C. .(Mail Boat, June
- ck. ..jiu th Piirni Heart with Gold Sword ha vlna; r a

Twisted Furple Shaft. My tears lor MM.C; and all her problems
I have caused Gatun.Lake to rise another six inches. ,:
'She's a poor Navy civil service, girl Who. has .given ,irp on
!thV; milliar? as a bunch ; ol goofs with- 'acantj Ipta on; their
Shoulders. It must be trying lor an intellectual persoh of her

'ealiber to. have to associate witn me navy w """'s-...
Oup military civil service brethren hav ften asked me
Vwhy don't you get a discharge and get a civil .service job?'
' My rep? "i thatll was drafted ftrom a good job and tecaUed
latter getting out,.: while, they and many- other draft flnaglers
'were easing themselves out of the draft and easing themselves
iBSSSM. ftiS2ftn must have'eaused a

Slew of. our miliUry civil service cbaracters to gape at -their
town consciences. ilM.a's feeUngs aontraryjo .m-1
.ure she has a pampered son who wouldn't be worth mncn w

the Navy, where ail the oincers ana ,yu ,wou
i L ii.. .i.iiA klrf Vii ranlr . . t '1

High Morale.

, 'it seems the West Bank ladles are up In armrover the cut
of their britches. Most of us are the, mothers of kids who get
2 KthiTmess: Seems we could do a bit .U wardrobe search
i aa ntif nm and rin awav with objectionable clothing. I m

sure none of us admire our children in such' attire. -'
I'U say one thing tor the Teenagers of Rodman, and that
4 that they aren't the worst, offenders. The ; young married
women- who trequeniourtxehange and mpvies have the tightest
are a lew husbands who eould dd a Uttl wardrobe4 searching
too. Surely husbands take, a dim view of their wives in clothing
that leavi little to the-imagination Frankly we have .few
' fashion figures around; here. The rest. would do well to cover
V Atl of us tejoy our casual tlothln'gahd find it much' more
eomfortabl in this-climate: It seems a shame that those .who
dress sensibly and in good taste should be denied that privilege
who eare neither for their appearance nor for whom they may

This wh la uncorhfortabl situation could b cleared up oy
' te hUE-idi and parents of the offenders, v -J
, i i see' no reMon: why the Air'Torce ehould wear .clethlng od
t'Navy base that would land them in the pokey over at Albrook.

TW0-JOlFAMILIES

Rlr:

' a- 4. 't 4ntnrA nf tha ivitem anrjlled

by tho Army- Civilian- Personnel Office in making decisions
IcoMemint :xeductloni, in force and lowering. tt grades. Thosj
'responsible! lor these .decisions 'apparently do-jiot realize- the
;personal hardships thrust upon their victims. There e many
inlUes,ia1JtSs command With. two or
same household occupying jtvernment Jobs. Iirefer especially
to'those. cases- ol husband and -wife employes,; and also those
whe havt once telired but. keep right-on working at the. me
lob." Remember that we are in peacetime. II then the objective
J. 4. .nn.n.t..i v.v nnh hMffln With' thCM individuals flfSt When

', reduction In command spending is directed? This would not
ieprvt an entire family, with only ona working member, tiie
Wviira Af ttniTi a livelihood and a morsel of bread. It

would avert the psychological and physical burden ol collaps.
. lag-a home and xeestablishing it elsewhere.
' w tkavV. tthV'MvanilavMt the soeelal' orlvlleae song of. the

war veterans.' Many of these soldiers did not even .leave ; the
l-anama ara during .their entire hitch as Uncle Sam's defenders,
M,.f hMM Mtrf i vatarana because thev onci wore khaki

Nmiformi. Other jpersons who ; as -civillani worked harder and
Icontributt;more to the: war effort are considered, nobodies.

Ana maj&y-'.'ieiviiiana.-aia inmjVV"". wuf ? vjm
'choice.- ; '--''' ).'".'". .: .'r h'.? f Tt'.'.'"': Tt'.'.'"':-:
: Tt'.'.'"':-: r th M.hr -hanrt W have the ineakv.' secret clUbs.. Mem-

tere of these bureaucratic' organizations are the ones who hold
"the et positions- In the Canal lone.; s m r V
' Tou- aeldom hear f .a reduction In Fort Amador, where

ievetyonfr put on their snort panueg ana piys goii witn me

, I Tho .new general hOuld' know about all this and demand
a thorough investigation of every task in the Canal Zone. A
'study shotUd be' made of those, eases where two Or three memb members'
ers' members' of 4ht aame' family are on the payroll. ., If the general Is
hitman .enrf ra)1 whl.thM fa he- fair to the emoloves in this

Icommand, he should; defend 'those with children to' support

"wnen uiey receive a reaucuon nouce or re oumucu. i
: If bniy one member of each family were permitted to work,
.there would be mora otoortuniUes for those who actually need

'the Jobs. A family. .-with : both husband and wife : working is
onlv eontributjing to Juvenile .delinquency by ; abandoning its
t ......If, Disgusted Employe.

Slrj?

' SHorrmo is A chore t 7

rrhirifi the oast 10 tears I doubt if a month nassed by with-

lout my seelnt a large or small construction Job underway in
'the-Canal, lone.. Needless to say. astronomical sums of money
ere spent on these, projects, and a sinful amount has been
watted.. "-,: ; -'.:". -' '',-.'. '
, I. .;;''-- '" .-' ('. "'. i1' ; H
' Kinee money is no problem I often wondered why the. tycoons
didn't erect a deoartment etore in which one could purchase

,; groceries, clothing and household goods, under the same roof a
' restaurant, shoe repair shop and post office could be installed.
, If this ejuasUfantastle project became a reality shopping would
A be. a pleasure instead .df an endless .aggravating-chore.
When yoa' start out each day on the essential grind the first
thing. to put you In a fould mood is the unnecessary and un un-foriivable
foriivable un-foriivable narklna nroWem. We all enlov landscaping but not at

ithe expense of. our tempers. Recently after riding around In
elreles adjaeent to the eomrhlssary i was forced to: park my car
. near the aniiex and walk back. On mv return with several sounds

ef sUple ,goodt the heayens broke loose and so did the paper
"bag, scattering my groceries hither and yon.
' One day, after buying envelopes in the clubhouse I asked
the elertt for an eraser and was told they are sold in the annex
(very clever arrangement X. While there i decided to pick lip some
electrical fadgete, After, fathering some' cords, plugs etc. the
clerk informed me ther didn't stock outlets because they were

' a Hre hanarff. fie gaye me the address of a shop In Panama

wners ;j coaia'Duy some. I aiq. Awnose Drain-cnua.wnaj.nab;
Evidently., eome hlrd-braln who" enlov doing: thlnis the hard

way in 'drawing a fabulous salary for dreaming up regulations
that-no m adheres to.1 ...'. 1 '.
. For years bulletins have been distributed for suggestions
rnrdlng tho work simplification program. Iiam't it ever occur occur-'
' occur-' T'i to the big wheels to start with the commbssarles? Countless
" v .'d hours Of thousands of people would be saved." And the

ikia i fcija Diooapreiiure Ticiunf wouiu oe freauy reauceo.

By VICTOR. RIESEL
For most of the past fortnight.

Senate crime buster Bob Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy has been flying in and out of
Chicago and western New York

cities where he's operated with the

skillful secrecy of in OSS agent

enemy lines. For Bob Kennedy thes

swift hedge-hops wi-re trips behind

the lines of an enemy he and Sen:

John McQellan first tackled the
Mafia network which was corrupt corrupting
ing corrupting one, government agency when

the benate counter-assault was

first launched late in 1955. V

Typical of Kennedy's operation
these past weeks was his visit to

the Buffalo-Niagara area, in which

there. is a powerful Mafia outpost,
He arrived with a colleague Thurs

day night He sped to the Hotel Sta-

tier., No one knew whom he saw
or talked to or What records he

examined. Friday night, out he

flew, saying only that he had some

files. .'-..' --i-.v i. -V :

All thorough the weekend, Buf

falo labor leaders telephoned each

other -trying to track Kennedy's
activities. They figured he had look
ed into, at least one local of the

Hotel and Restaurant Workers U-

nion..But they bad no evidence of

anythmg.

Kennedy is working this probe

quietly and personally because
this is the most' pewerM combine

he has yet hit and it the final

exposure before he takes leave

of absence from the senate select
Committee to help direct his bro

ther John's re-election campaign
in Massachusetts. : 'sn

There's a Quixotic twist to this
showdown. Ia a sense Kennedy is
back to what first surprised him

ana ben. Mcueiun wneu they turn

ed to their new probts almost three

years ago. rt ,. t!. ; t.

At that time they had beard of

big time bribery in the military

procurement agencies, wherever

they turned, they rau into the Ma

fia. They found that millions of

dollars bad passed hands so racket

manafacturers and truckers could

get government contracts for uni
forms. "v -a-,'-i'i

One of tha names wai the lata
Reginelll, ana of tha top Phila-dalphia-Naw
Janay hod. From
him and ethers the trail alwayt
lad te Albert AnatiatiaJohnny
Die and a string of others in
tha NaW York-Naw Jtriey-Pann-sylvania
mob with direct ties te

the man who ware to become
daltgatei to t -Mafia crime eon
ventien en I U, 1957.
Though that; McClellan-Kenne-

dy probe, then operating under the
aegis of ; the Government Opera Operations
tions Operations Committee, never did get the

dramatic coverage of the Select

Committee, it got results. i

The Pentagon shook up its Quir-

termasters Division. Two Generals

were moved in to do that job.
Secretary of Labor James Mitchell
talked to the military and they
set up a "Citizens Advisory Com

mittee for the Generals to consult

on just, who would be permitted to

bid on hundreds of millions of

dollars in future contracts.

- -
This committee has been func functioning
tioning functioning for 'some six : or eight
months. On it)ere the International
Ladies Garment Workers Union
leader David Dubinsky,; the A A-malgamated
malgamated A-malgamated Clothing workers U U-nion
nion U-nion chief. Jack Potofsky. and of

ficials of the legitimate garment

manufacturers v associations. :
It wss from the original handful

of men in the Anastasia group that
Kennedy found lines leading out
into, the Teamsters and then into

some other unions he has exposed,

; These leads -ran through trade

associations which used mobter

to terrorize union and vice versa.

associations which used mobster

and the so-called business group

were controlled by the same mobs.

There cin be no estimate on the

business they control because it

could run up towardf the billion dol

lar figure and who would believe

it if you told them. i

Just so you have some measure.

there is the report that only -part

oi the military uniform contracts

in the early '950's ran up to
$180,000,000 and only five per

cent went' to legmmate garment
manufacturers.

The Apalachin crime convention

disclosed that there are at least

another dozen .industries in which
the boys have made- millions out

of their labor-management efforts.

But this is peanuts. When the Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan Committee on Msy 13 re

vealed-that -they had subpenaed

over 100 witnesses, they said that

the June 30 hearing "would delve

only into, the activities of hoodlums

alleged to be using business and

labor organizations as fronts for

narcotics traffic, gambling and

etherrillegal enterprises."

other illegal enterprises.

)NEA Service, lac X vX 'J

Walter Winchell In NeivYork

BROADWAY BALLAD icago. . .He reports that

- ., wouldn't go anywhere .'but the

On many evenings when there is most expensive restaurants such

lit Bin. tas rne rump noom, Mr. R.eiiey s,

And I am set again to play the The Black Orchid and Chez pa-

clown. ' ree,;wnere sne wouia eat up; a

note the simple way that it be be-a.n.
a.n. be-a.n. '

The dy that you and April came

: to town.
And all at once a happy globe is

mine,.,
There is a magic In
phone,
The keyboard makes
tunes new and wine
Is not a drink to ever,
lone.

The dream goat limp.

ath haiD .tha USV.

The song l ne.' .Th world no

Anil In tha aloom 'the" ghosts '.of,

'i .!.

April say
It's time again te walk the lone.

ly night. i

My heart will, paint so many

hiU III hhltf

Bafera the Vears eras the face

Y,U .int.
Les Rayben

storm, W the saying, goes, .She

instructed the waiter naughtily;
"Alter the pheasant and pumme
souffle, bring me- a filet mignon

and your best imported cheese
.. ." .Turning to her escort la glut glutton
ton glutton cooed: )artin, f what'll I
wash It. down witb?"...Grvng her
his best glare,.: Abner almost
spreamed:' 'How about Lake Mich Mich-igani"
igani" Mich-igani" -;! : .r

I The- Late Watch: The-networks

' wrvy "' vwi. vv. unu fivu& ui

primp ume vitne Dest at nignt)
unsold for the"' first time 3n TV

history,: NBAC has sold a lot of

it at bargain rates-. to lure fright

ened sponsors. As a result, agen
a. l. jt 11

she,. .A TV exec at the African Room

complained that he now has
more 'pilots', than TWA. .David
Wayne's big laugh getter in "Say
"Oarling" still tickles those ears.

lancing to Mrs. .' Wife on tbfc

the tele tele-the
the tele-the old

- drsln a-

phone, he purrs: 'But I only had

two utue. double inartinis!". .
Pptrkk Dennis" next book (be
auth'd 'Auntie Maine") wiU'ridi-'
cule the debutante set. .Canary
p.ldii Douglas ? and : erooner Tony
MitcheH swap merger vows '. on
the 2lst, It's, boy 'lor sthe
bandleader Morthy'r.Geistl at ten-

xrai Maternity hosp. on Father's
Day. Grandpa Harry Geist, the
tax attorney, celebrated his 34th
wedding ann'y the same day. v
Consolinff: reminder about ; the
Torch; it always murder but
never-fataUyf. Tf-
Sounds-tn-the Night: At Ben

otuea. i can t 1 remember a

cies that, purchased time earUer, more exciting weekend. It's all a

Washington The WhKe House

is about the last place ui Waso-

uigion you would expect Ic Iind
missing person. That mav be

hy Congressmiin Adam Clayton
Powell oi Harlem, indictea for in.
come tax evasion, was hiding out
there whi e Democratic colleagues
searched the town or him to vote

tor tne Hells Canyon dam project.
Powell's "yes" vote in the com com-mntee
mntee com-mntee would have, meant that

the biggest undeveloped dim she

in Norm America would be devel.

upca ay a mgn reaerai djm in.

stead of giving it to the Idaho

power Company' for inefficient
low.dam development.''
Republican Congressmen Ed?ar

nenoweun oi jjoioraoo and Phi)
Weaver of Nebraska wer waver

ing and appeared readv to vktc

against the Idaho Power Compa.
ny if 'the Democrats cou d line up
Tl 11 .... -l

i oweu, .- r ..
But the elusive Negro Congress,
man pastor o .the biggest Baptist
church Jn the World, was nowhere
to be round. -He had shunned his
Washington .office for several
days, ,and repeated phone calls,
locaj and long distance to i New
York, failed to locate. him.
None of his' Congressional col.
leagues dreamed,, as the. House
Interior Committee prepared to
vote, that ?owe'l would be In the
office of Assistant President Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams. v a
However, they should i have
known that- Adams, longtime
friend of the privafe utilities -is
the man who has always pulled
wires on Capitol Hill to1 block
public development of Hells Can.
yon.,
- :
. 1 MOST ILUSIVB MAN
IN HARLEM
Powel' has established, quite t
pattern for ducking out on Hells
Canyon. Last year he asked Con.
gressman Clair Engle of Cali.'or.
nia to authorize a free trip to
Germany just before the Hells
Canyon vote. Engle refused. So
Powell went-to: New York and
stayed there. ; ' 1 v

The head of the Sleeping Car1

Porters, Philip Randolph, tried to

get; Powell to come back -nd

vo'e. So did Clarence Michell
Counsel of the -; NAACP. So did

Negro Congressman Charley Diggs
of Detroit. All failed. '
At that time the Justice Depart,
ment had intervened to delay a
grand, jury in New York which
was considering Powell's' indict.
ment.-: Tboueh assistant U.S. At

torney. Thorn as Boland wanted to

naict, tne Juu'ce oeartment had
issued- instructions : that the jase
be side-tracked. S6J fowell was
anxious to do anything the White
House Wanted. He did not come

back to- vote for He'ls Canvnn.

The bis public Tpower Project was
de'eated. r-vVj

' But this year Powell was effu.
sive in assuring Congressmen that

he moi-M h on tn vot.

(at full, tates) are being shouted

at by sponsors for "buying i too
soon". vG-man Hoover, cani get

S300.0QO a year (narrating an

Diuri-.. .At the Casanova: .'She
going up to Kept Cod : for the
'She s a Broadway farmer. Rais

es eyebrows". Jn Lindy'S: "The

FBI series) from; Desilu;.HeihasiT,ate Show is. sure moiderins The

icjckicu annual unci a tu uc unac-. ir.Erate MOW ",-u.A-'.At Reilhpn'c

- i

Sallies Jn, Our Alley: A" group

of television entertainers (sever?
el of whom lost theu sponsors o-

ver the so-called Trenaex, Nieisen

siu) other mvth-matica known as

ratings) were clucking happily o

ver Sen. MagnUson s Senate com

mittee probe of the -ratings-

starting June Zo. -."V AW, we poor

fellas," sarcasm'd one star still
looking for sponsor, "they are
going to find out that Senators are
tougher td fool than Sponsors!"

Broadway .ana Houywooa nave

never been -able to figure out
how the ratines ? work. Mebbe
Washington will! j

Vegas Vignette:, Hit songwriter

Mack Gordon's newest number

wss written as a lark while Sit Sitting
ting Sitting at the Troplcuna Hotel bar.
. .On a dare by Frank Sinatra,
Nat Kins Cole and Tony Martin.

A i bartender war nummmg
The Tllver Seme". .Mack was

challenced by the three recording

stars: "How fast can you write a

modem, love : lyric to that tune?

Cordon retreated to the'fn

of the bar. Four minutes later he

wss back, not only with the poe-

trv. hut a new title: "You wm

Find Your Love In Paris". .0-

ver 15 top song stars are record
in it. .Tune Pan Allev citizen

rv aeree 'it is tne nrewiesi: new

ballad In ten years." ,i ;X:v

Memos of a Midnlahter: Senate

Racket Committee Counsel Robert
KennedV' will resign in Oct. to

minim the Presidential nomma

tion camoaien of his brother Sen.

Jack. V A second White : House
figure will be the target of the
House Investigating Comm.., very
soon. .' ."My Fair Lady" co-author
Fritz Loewe's Fair Lady ,s
actress Joan Castle. .Rov
mer, co-owner of The Tender
Trap,' weds pretty Gen'l Amuse

ment Com. f Gir Friday .'eanire

FeTzberg on the 29'h. .When A A-laska
laska A-laska Is admitted n the Un'on a

star for the nw Stte will "he

added to the Flag. Not on the,
date the Rtathoo ero""' Hw

but on the 4th of July following

the admission. (Jes' call me P
fesss!). .Steve Crane's atty Ar Arthur
thur Arthur J Crowley is doing the Bev

erly Hills with Paramount ac actress
tress actress Jana Lund. ; Author Grace
Metalious has already "collected
$125,000 for the 'Peyton Place"
movie rights from 20th Century Century-Fex.
Fex. Century-Fex. Her deal wa,.bed on book
ssles. .Sabrina, the British star,
got a ticket for speeding in :Lon :Lon-don
don :Lon-don and had to give her real
name Norma Ann Sykes. .Actor
Rip Torn's real first name is, Elmer.-------
- ----- --

ball czar, football.- czar and chair chairman
man chairman of the board here and there
at the 'same bkit.: Insiders say
"for the first' time he didn't say
'do nositivelv".' "WW File" di.

rector ,Alvin: Ganzer and Muriel! she's. his Big .Mistake

Mclntyre were blended last weeK.i m miscaglia : 'On rBroad

. ,Th rating takers have made, ?y you eitner catch the- Brass

You know his type; One of those
Very-Little-Men-About.Town".
lived at the YWCA two years be be-fore
fore be-fore they noticed it".-.', At Ted-

ays: "He's her Bip Moment and

hurried revisions of their .."sys .."systems"
tems" .."systems" In an effort to have that

innocent look when Senate, investi investigators'
gators' investigators' embarrass them : rubliclv

June. 26... ;SevmoW, Weiss,; boss

of the Hotel Roosevelt, -New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, offered a Orie, of 1.000.
s.Thfs is National Brassier Week.

(gOOdy, gOOdyl)

AoplaUchids: Jimmy Palmer's i

rhythms at Roseland Dance City

Dakoe Staton's wiling of the

lowdown blues at Village Van

uarH. . Trrv .Tordn at the

Spotlipht Club,- 78th ai"l B'wav.

Kurt Maer plmng pan cup''s i

requests at the Eden Roc. .o-1

lores Hawkins' songs On CBS's 1

Best in Music. ...

BroadwaV Bus: In Elvis Pres

ley's movie. "King Creole." three

of the eleven songs wee dropped,

at me ist minute. iaick.v. ior ao-

ner- Silver and co-writer Sid

Wayne, Elvis is featuring their lat

est lilt. "Lover Doll". ...v. .Add
Soundalike: "Nat King Cole's
'Looking Back" and "txmesome
Road.' Dean Martin's jReturn to
Me" and Gershwin's : "Swonder-
fill." F.vdie finrme 'Von Nueit

jiands and the oldie, "There Are

Smiles That Make You Happy'.

Iting or the Brass Knuckle!

.."How can you fe lows think of
me like that?" Powell eskeH oth.
er Consressmen, his voice heavy
with emotion. "I would like to do

something to 'emphasize my good
faith In liberal cruses. I dtfn't
support the Hells Canyon bi'l last
year because I was anger c1 at
some o' those Senate liberals
from the-, Northwest who backed
a soft civil rights bill." -'
"You can emphasize your good

At 'aith and answer some of your

critics by signing, a proxy vote
for Hell r-von thisyear,,, he
was reminded.

Ill do that," promised Powel
" b,er "e preeiii io vole for
Uie bii or t'U leave a proxy in'
my oLice."
MR. ADAMS WAS BUSY
woL agrtel thit Proxy
would be-picked up and voted
by jJenwcr,ue Hep. Gracie Pfost
? J rh0' nber of the Intel
nor Committee and strong bat.
tier for Hells Canyon
However, Mrs. pfoS; ;as mi.
We to get- the signed proxy,
tjiouga ae conUcteu Swell's o.
fice numerous Umej by phoue
anc Un person. Each time she was
told by a secretary that Powell
hadn't Released", the proxy

,. ""s uwcu a on IP
r?5 c"lers were usually.

- ...... cu ma ew xors
I'MM'f00.?" word

-a, pC s in wasningioB. !. v

his proxy wouia be turned over
tola We happen to know that it
in hi e-81g?.eiand is riht here
remM1" But the secretary
.remained adamant. Finally, as th
hour o the vote tpproached, Pow.
ell s secretary burst into tears.
olt She -umnli D..M. i

proxy. .Nor would she reveal
Where the Congressman was. -'

Final v!

f vv vuiiiiiiuteQ ueaii

vealed that he had an-1:30 a.m.

ui wnu anerman Adams. It
u,tlthe,? about 8:30- He "Ued the
White House. ,

-.'. i . v.
'This U

Plained to tllr U nio ITmic nnnwn

tor. "I would lilie to talk to Con.

gressmau roweii. I believe he
has an appointment with Gover.
nor Adams." ...
The White ': House operator
switched the call o. the office of 1
Sherman AriamD

"I woud like to talk to Con.
gressman Powell,' Adam's assist assistant
ant assistant was told. "This is very ur.
gent."
yust a second," came the ra.
ply. There was a brief inl: i !,
then: -'I'm sorry, but It J
possible to disturb the. Go si' ior.
He's still In conference wiih Con.
gressman Powell."
He remained in con'erence until
after' the -Interior Committee, vot voted
ed voted against the high darn for' Hells
Canyon. ,.
What.PpweJl's co'leagues i; .Cin.
gressvire now watching is 'see
what the administration ri' -9.
garding.his indictment for inc i-'O
tax evasion.
The Justicer Department woi'ld
have s hard time dropning it be.
cause U.A. Attorney Paul WiL
liams in New York is reported
vigorously opposed to playing po

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Lavarlas Pinch Hits -,-'
For Vacationing Ford
Hamilton H. Lavalas assjstant
District Commissioner ill the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific District of .he International
Boy Scouts of the Canal Zoiie, has
been appointed acting Pacific Dis District
trict District Commissioner during the ab absence
sence absence of Pearl E. Ford, Pacific Dis
trict Commissioner, who is on
leave jn the Uniled States.-
Appointeda cting assitnt I Dis District
trict District Commissioner in place of La Lavalas
valas Lavalas was Ivan R. Evering, Neigh Neighborhood
borhood Neighborhood Commissioner in, the. Pa Pacific
cific Pacific District. These changes were
announced at the Organizariou's
headquarters tl Paraiso by Scout
Executive Raymond George.
A meeting of the local council,
International Boy- Scouts of tre
Cani.1 Zone, will be held at the Pa-

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But Refuses

MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 21" (UPI) -Circuit Judge Walter- B. Jones declared himself
4uali"ed todav to preside ever a contempt of court ease directed against the NAACP.
The jurist acted after admitting from the bench that he believed the organization Is Communist-dominated.
'
- lie had also heard a Negro lawyer testify that Jones said In regard to the case, I intend
to deal the NAACP and its local counterpart, the Montgomery Improvement Assn., a blow from
which they will never recover.? ,f
The contempt case stems from charges that the NAACP violated an Alabama law forbid forbidding
ding forbidding the organization to be active in the state. It was due to come up before Jones, an out outspoken
spoken outspoken segregationist, and the NAACP sought to him disqualify himself.,

" "Attorneys for .the NAACP asked
for continuance, of the disqualin
cation modem over the weekend
sn that thou rnulH nrenaro an an.
peal to tne btate supreme uur:.
"I do not know of anything uiat
does' no "legally. Qualify me m
hear the case." said Jones. "I
am not biased toward the state
and I do not show prejudice fo forward
rward forward the NAACP. v f
"No judge could handle a case
if he were disbarred for social
attitudes." Jones said. "I have w
pre-conceived opinions about this
: case." ; ...:.-;.-:
The jurist, who has served
Montgomery Coumy for 38 years,
noted that he has helped. Negroes
obtain a libray and provided Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in rural communities book bookmobile
mobile bookmobile facilities. i -
In reference to an article en entitled
titled entitled "I speak for the White
Race" which Jones wrote; he
said, "I believe one should j take
rpide in this race and pride in the
achievement of that race."
Jones' remark on his view that
the NAACP was 'CommunisMn 'CommunisMn-spired"
spired" 'CommunisMn-spired" was. stricken from the
record upon the objection of State
Atty, Gen. John Patterson.;
.Negro Attorney Robert L. Car Carter
ter Carter of i New York had introduc introduced
ed introduced two paid -political advertise
ments by Jones speeches made
by-tiis Supporters; for re elcetiotr.4
The speeches said Jones believ believed
ed believed the NAACP was "Communist
inspired" and "Communist domi dominated,"
nated," dominated," f
Jones admitted to Carter that
he held those views.
Patterson objected "on grounds
that the 1 advertisements were
speeches made by supporters of
Jones, and not the judge himseii,
Jones -admitted he paid for one
of the adveriisements. V"' .'
, Also introduced was an article
in the Alabama 'Bible Society
quarterly in which Jones said he
opposed I ntegration and ,,.he
NAACP. '
Monttgomery attorney Fred
Cay testified he hears Jones sav,
I intend to deal the NAACP
and its local counterpart, .the
Montgomery Improvement Assn.,
Prcora Essenlia! :
To Cciti!):! (o&niiss
WASHENGTCIN' June 20 TUPI)
Secretary of state John Foster
Dulles said today Congressional
approval of a five-year, extension
of the reciprocal trade program
is essential to combat the Com Communist
munist Communist economic pflensive. ..:
: Not to renew the program, Dul.
, les told the Senate Finance Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, would be "unthinkable".
Through Dulles, the adminrstra?
4inn ..11 J....,1 k..U.....
tivu &uujr; cuuui scu iiic iiuuao ap approved
proved approved five-year, extensions -;
He said it is needed because 'im 'important
portant 'important tariff negotiations ere
coming up and "other countries
will not be willing, to make the
' complex preparations for these
negotiations unless they are sure
tha; the United States government
has authority to see, them through
to1 completion.". ,
' Dulles also rapped domestic in-
dustnes who are fighting the pro pro-it
it pro-it gram because they anight be hurt.
: The trade'program,, he said,."is
one of our effective tools for com.
i battm the emerging Soviet strat strategy
egy strategy of political economic penefra-
through the offer of trade and ec
onomic aid.
, "The danger of the Soviet econ economic
omic economic offensive parisres from the
, fact that to the leaders of commun communist
ist communist imperialism economic ties are
merely another means of gaining
ultimate; political control.'' ;,;

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...Negroes, poured into the court
room an hoar before the hearing
began. Among them was Roy C.
Wiikiris, executive secretary of tne
NAACP, who came as an observ observer.
er. observer. He is subpenaed to testify in
the actual contempt case.
"This is the biggest bunch of
baloney that ever came down the
pile," Wilkins said of the coo coo-tempt
tempt coo-tempt case. "This is pur imagina imagination
tion imagination on the part of Alabama. -,.
Seated in the courtroom were
officials of the Tuskegee Civic
Assn., including president G. C.
Gomillion of the Tuskegee Insti Institute
tute Institute Faculty.
Patterson has obtained a tem
porary injunction against the Tus.
kegee organiza.ion prohibiting it
from using-intimidation or force
to keen Neeroes from trading
with white merchants. Under Ala
bama law, a boycott of a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate business is illegal.
. Negro a.torneys Arthur Shores
of Birmingham and Fred Gray of
Montgomery, both former attor attorneys
neys attorneys for the NAACP. guided the
.plaintiffs. r v .1
Patterson,' Alabama Democratic
governor" nominee,, filed the con contempt
tempt contempt charges a ; against v the
NAACP, which was outlawed two
years ago in AiaDama Dy judge
Jones,, on grounds it was fondnu
ing to agitate for racial Integra
tion through the sub erfuge of an another
other another 1 organization known as the
Alabama State Coordinating Assn.
for Registration and Vo.ing.
Jones was re-elected to another
six-year term in the May 6 Dem-
Army Must Reinstate
Six XWm Hred
As Security Risks
1
- WASHINGTON (UPI)-The U S.
Court of Appeals ru'ed,' 3 to 0,
today that six civilian employer
dismissed by the Army as secur.
ity risks in 1954 from their jobs
at1 Ft. Monmouth,. N.J,,y are. en.
titled to reinstatement with bck
pay. t "
i The opinloff, written by Circuit
Judge Gedrge T. Washington, said
the Army bad not carried out its
own regulations in dismissing the
six from Signal Corps jobs.
" The erouo was amone 25 civ-
Lilians suspended .as .suspected se
curity, risKS iouowing controversial
hearings directed by the late Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy ,(R.WLs)., The
rest have been cleared. i
Washington's opinion said
Army regulations require that an
employe, who gets an adverse rul.
ing from: the Army Security Re.
view Bo?rd be notified, of the
board's findings. i s
The six Ft. Monmouth emp'oy.
ee were told merely that
their, continued employment would
not be in the interests of national
securrty.-But the reasons were
not detailed s t
They had sued for reinstate reinstatement
ment reinstatement and back pay. totalling about
$180,000. Washington cited In sup.
port of his reasoning: three Su.
nreme Court oninionsu including
last year's, reinstatement of State
Department career officer John
Stewart Service. (
2 The six who won today's 1 case
are Aaron HJ Coleman, elec.
trinics engineer of New york ;
Haro'd Ducore, engineer of Long
Branch, .. N.J.:. Bernice Levine,
Secretary o Lakewood; N. J.;
Melvin Morris; physicist of Little
Silver. N. J r Crl Greenblum.
engineer of Red Bank, N.J. and
Hyam G. Yamins, a scientist of
Newton Highlands. Mass.
. Other circuit judges who joined
in the opinion were Wilbur K.
Miller, and David L. Bazelon.
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settled, the court must hold hear hearings
ings hearings on Patterson's motion tha
he Alabama State Coordinating
Assn. for Regisration and Voting,
described by him as the NAACP's
"alter ego," should produce its
records and membership lists.
Jones banned the NAACP from
Alabama in 1956 after the state
charged it reiused to register as
an out of-s;ate corporation.
He also fined it $100,000 for'con-
tempt of court after the Negro
group refused to submft its rec records
ords records and membership lists to the
court; "-,. ;".
1 An appeal of the fine is pend pending
ing pending before the U.S.- Supreme
Court. 1 --
Blonde Woman
Admits Kidnapping
Boy In Canada
"'MONTREAL, Que! (UPIl -Blonde
Greta Goede, 46 fainted
Thursday night when -confronted
with the parents of the t boy she
admitted abducting. She.' will be
arraigned in court today to face
charges of kidnaping.
; The German.born maid arrived
at Montreal airpprt : Thursday
night with three detectives and po.
lice worn an Hilda beaucage .and
was driveri to the suburban town
of Mount Royal police station.-
Mrs. Goede, was questioned by
detectives in -connection with the
kidnaping and the ransom note Me.
manding $10,000. She was1 put in
a lineup where Mr. and Mrs. Cyril
Reitman, parents of the little tjoy,
made further identification!
Not a word was snoken 'when
the parents were confronted with
their former maid. The blonde
widow 'ainted and was taken to to-police
police to-police headquarters pending her
appearance 'in court today.
, The woman admitted abducting
Joel Reitman Saturday night on
the spur of the moment, and fold folding
ing folding him for 36 hours. ';
Convicted Murderer,
Brolhsr Gof Cull
01 rblh:r'$ Esfcte
DES MOINES, Iowa, (UPX) Two
brothers, one a convicted murder,
er, the other an ex-convict, have
been awarded $32,500 1 apiece as
their of their mqther's $104,760 es.
tate -District
Judse Drine Needham
ruled yesterday that the broth
ers. Olin Lee Turner. 3d, and
James M. Turner, 38, wera the
sole heirs to the estate of their
mother the widow of a South' Car.
olina liquor dealer and landowner.
: Olin was convicted of slaying
his father's brother In 949. He
later escaped from a Columbia,
S. C honor prison farmV married
and came to Des Moines He lived
here as Lee Gaines, attended re
ligious courses at Drake Univers.
ity and was a part-time evange.
list.
" During this time., his mother,
using her maiden name of Doro.
thy Thelma Gaines, came to Des
Moines and deposited 104,760 in a
safety deposit box. The family
Uter moved to Wichita and, fol.
lowing Mrs. Gaines' death, Turner
attempted to recover-the money
from the bank, leading to his evn.
tual arrest and -return to South
Parolina. ...
. Judge Needham's ruling yester yesterday
day yesterday made certain, deductions
trom tne estate tor assorted iees
and .expenses and disallowed a
claim to he estate by Charles
Getsinger, 30, who said he was
Mrs. Gaines' husband., .;

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the suspension of civil ; liberties are already "a month old, our constantly-f ing-;
ing telephone still comes up with calls from listeners who want. to congratulate
us on our objective and unbiased coverage of the' sniping and the clashes be-v
'tween students and the National Guard in the vicinity of the National Institute
during the first part of the week of May '19. ; ": v y
Canal Zone residents particularly, but not exclusively, both military and
$ civilian did not hesitate to express their appreciation for the eye-witness ac accounts
counts accounts narrated by Len' Worcester ipom the front balcony of-our studios with ..
. the sound ;of shots ringing in his ears and his eyes smarting and watery from
' the acrid fumes of teargas. For many this was their only opportunity to get
a itrue unbiased oicture of the situation and they did not hesitate to let us know
that they appreciated our efforts." ' r
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Tcck Gifts With

. By LYLE WILSON ; -WASHINGTON
(UPI) iVhile'
we are on or close to the subject
ot gilts to the' White House, how
about this?
Merriman Smith estimates that
the number of guts received each
year at the White House for a
president and his wife would soar
into the thousands: i
Smith spent many years -cover.
ing the White House and travel
ling with presidents before he
switched to the capital economic
beat for United Press Interna International.
tional. International. He and .other '.White House
familiars have seen a' room
stacked high with Christmas toys,
for example. r
Most of the gifts to presidents
fall into two categories: handi
work such as antimaccassars, pil.
pillow, slips, ash trays and the
like, or consumable items such as
food and drink. And golf bails.
A Texan long kept the Eisen.
howers supphed with a favorite
delicacy, chukker pheasant. There
usually is a lainy sterdy flow of
quail, steaks, -turkeys and similar
food items. Publicity-minded per.
sons or Institutions in Maine and
in the Paci ic Northwest some sometimes
times sometimes appear to be' contesting for
i,ne nonor or presenting the big.
gest and best salmon.: s
. Smith recalls that harry S. Tru.
man accepted a gift Ford while
in office and -that his daughter,
Margaret. : received a Plymouth
distinguished by gold, plated fix.
tures. Therep was no backfire of
criticism in either case? both sub.
stantial gifts having been acknow.
ledged publicly and photographed
wun ineur .owners as received.
During c a s u a 1 conversations
with newsmen after the 1952 elec
tion and ibefare the Eisenhower
James C. Hagerty said firmly
that it would be his policy to an.
nounce all gifts of substantial va:
lue as they arrived and to distri distribute
bute distribute photographs of them. That
s protected the Eisenhowers
from adverse miblicitv break ax
it protected White House families
before them.
Back there 'in the Coolidee era
be ore Smith, came to Washington
a frequent and favorite: gift-was
a radio receiver; They ran into
a bit of money then, and Coolidge
accepted !. them willingly ; along
with the, free advertising the man.
uf acturer got.
Told around town Is the story
PAYS.KISHI VISIT? .1
" TOKYO (UPI) U. S. Ambak.
sadot- Douglas ('.MacArthur-1 .1
yesterday paid a formal' 30-m'ra-
ute courtesy call on Prime Minis.
ter JNobusuke Kism. Kishl was re.
elected prime minister., last week
following the May 22 general elec
tions. The V.is. Embassy said
MacArthur called on Kishi for a
general discussion.,, ,;

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I.'o Gr;:t Outcry

that ll rbert ; Hoover's White
House inaugural guests were to
have heard on vJlarch 4, 1929,
when they returned-to the White
Honse from the Capitol, a broad broadcast
cast broadcast concert by the glee club of
Stanford University, the: new
president's alma mater.'
It didn't come off. The young
Californians sang on .schedule and
on key but nary a radio set could
be found at 1600 Pennsylvania
Avenue. Just how many sets re.
tiring President Coolidge had
loaded in trucks' and. carted off
to Massachusetts, none knew.
Coolidge 'liked, things tor free,
especially board and lodging. This
trapped him occasionally in-puz.
licity schemes for real estate ven.
tures in Florida and e'se where,
but there was no great outcry. ;
Inionab Trcops
Ccplurc Airfield
AIRcfccI CcISeI;
" JAKARTA,' Indonesia )upi)
Indonesian troops have captured
Mapanget 'Air .Field 0 miles
from the Tebel capital- of Menado
in North Celebes,-the army an.
nounced yesterday. Observers here
predicted the 'collapse of the reb.'
el forces by the end of the week.
11.. Col. .Rudv Pirneadie. army
spokesman) : said, Loyalist forces
overran -the air, field, 'used as a
base or rebel "air strikes, over
Eastern indonesia, on ,' Monday,
iust three days after: a small in
vading force landed north of 'Me.
nada. He said they found rebel
soldiers ''chained -to their guns."
f Another small invasion group
captured Bitung harbor, the Key
rebei port! on the northern tip of
North Celebes, f Wednesday r and
the army said Loyalist troops and
arms were being landed at the
docks for the final push. -The
harbor was captured- after eight
days of fighting. V
' The governments announced that
tne main invasion iorce wnicn
went ashore at kema on the
other side of the. island from Me.
nado had captured the tiny vil village
lage village of Kasar nearc the road,
junction -town of Air madidi. Kema
is 20 miles fro Menado and con.
nected with the rebel stronghold
by a road that : cuts 'across,: the
mountains. i"
The army announcement said
two rebels were kil'ed in the
fight for Kasar. They were the
first casualties of either side to
be reported in the "war ending"
onensivei v s:
The army said 27 rebels had
been captured in .the drive from
Kema thus far alon j with
"heavy and light arms 'and ant.
munition,"1 including bazookasij
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Members of D Company 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, re
turned to Fort Kobbe this week
after field training at Rio Hato
where a high excellent rating was
achieved on Department of the AT.
my company level tests.
This cycle was the first in the
Canal Zone to test the new battle
group concept of the modern pen
tomic army. ; : :.-
- Also returning to garrison at
Fort. Kobbe were D Company,
34th Armor, and 20th Infantry
personnel who served in support
and as the aggressor.
The company level test, which
lasted nearly 30 consecutive hours,
involved agressor troops supplied
by the reconnaissance platoon of
Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, and a squad, from the
518th Engineer Company (Combat).-
Some of the Headquarters
Company communications. platoon
and a forward observer team from
mortar battery completed the list
of participating troops. -:, J
Lt.. Col. Lloyd A. Brown, chief
umpire for the problem, was bat battle
tle battle group commander during" the
training, -which was conducted in
three phases defense retrograde
ana attacK.
,' The attack phases demonstrated
the work; of an Infantry tank
trim: SunnnrfAri hv tha fnnir tiUtn.
Hbn, D Company 'defeated the ag
gressor forces in three hours.
prjde ri Inspect ing ;
Army Inslnllaticns
j Brig. Gen. Milton 1 Ogdch, i'S
ARCARIB commartdine eeneral.
left Wednesday for Puerto Rico to
inspect the U. S." Army ; Reserve
Summer encamomerit and visit
ether installations on Ore island.
Accompanying Oeden were Col.
Leonard ;F, Wilsoh, USARCARIB
surgeon, MaJ. Harry C Barnes of
the G-3 Section and 1st tU John
E.-Porter, aide de icamp. They
left by plane from Albrook Air
Force Base and are due to. return
tof r tomorrow afternnoiii
i Yesterday the group was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to visit the Salinas Training
Area,; commanded by Cot. Walter
A'. Torres. Units due for inspection
were the 649th' and raith'FlAld Art.
iUery, ;Battali6ns,.'and" the 446th
ana 447in '.Antiaircraft, Artillery
Battalions of the 350th AAA GrouD
The 346th TransportationT'Battal' TransportationT'Battal'-n
n TransportationT'Battal'-n and the 369th Station Hospital
also were, to be-inspected yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. y j ,

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Jt mttl,:mJ tf utpLd'
Lad! N19M A
S.P.E.H.S.Q.S.A. .
Tonight the close harmony chodi
of the Barbershop Quartet Society
'-will be aimed at the ladies. The
meeting at usual will be held in
Agewood Bhio and wil start a a-bout
bout a-bout 1:00 p.m. There will be bar.
beeued hamburgers and the where wherewithal
withal wherewithal to wash them down. Any
meroberber interested in helping
to swell the bass, .brilead or te.
nor sections are crdially invited.
Silly Morlard Heme ;
FMTssCSalyMorland, dughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Morland of
Brazos Heights, "turned to the
Isthmus yesterday aboard ths
Johannes Maesk to spend the sum
mer with her parents. Miss Mor Morland
land Morland just completed her sophomore
year at St. Lawrence University
in Canton,. N-Y.
Newcomer's Club
Holds Metm. ,.,, :,
;,The monthly board meeting of
Hi Atlantic Side Newcomer's Club
was held recently at .the home of
Mrs. James Fraaier of Ft. GultcK.
Members present were: Mrs. An Anthony
thony Anthony Bars?; Mrs. LaVerne : Sharp;
Mrs. Ben Duree; Mrs. Jphn Borg
'stron: Mrs. Fhlton Lesovsky. Mrs.
I Richard McClearf- Mrs Char e
Perry and Mrs. Lawrence C ark.
iThe next regular meettajj will be
'held at theFUGuIit NCO CluD
7th Day AdvehHsts
.From 90 Nations ;
Assemble. In Ohio
I CLEVELAND,
Ohio (UPI)
Reuben
w Fieuhr. ..wasiuuBiuu,
Sc world Pf sWentof the-Sev.
?:.fcSw7 Advtattat Ghurch greet.
Id more than 1,200 ofacial aeie.
sates from 90 nations at the open,
fng of the 48th quadrennial world
.n'.ronpA here Thursday night.
'Vto fA address the
'aembfy adjourned to name dele dele-gates
gates dele-gates for the convention's nominat-
.taiff fats
te elected to top church posts for
the next four years during the 10.
iyA "ay Jffasting mr
members here and
wrldwil be observed Saturday.
An offering is expected to exceed
one million dollars. .
..-.' 9on. member delegation
vvaVheVded hy.Walter A. Nelson
. oshawa, ont., presiueui i
C11UIXU "I v
' n.iA.ta wfrr' welcomes oy
T,.tTnnaW W. Hunter, Mount
Vernon, Ohio, president of the
church's Ohio conference, ana
pastor V.G.. Anderson, Washington,
h c. president of the Columbia
Union Conference., -'
Bov Scout Elopes
;With Daughter Of
jHis Scoutmaster
' EAST ORANGE. N. J. (UPI)
A 13-slate alarm was out today for
1 husky, 17-year.old Boy Scout
who apparently ran o f with his
scoutmaster s pretty teen sgea
daughter.
David Home and blonde Helen
Jones, 16, of Kearny, N.J., disap.
: peared a week agq Wednesday and
Have not been heard from since
their parents told police.
. David is a junior at East

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June 26. Mr. Surany, the guest
speaker, will discuss porcelanios,
china and crystal. Hostesses for
this mee.ing will be Mrs. Barsi
and Mri. Perry.
Art League Te Sponsor
Basic Water Color Course
The Canal Zone Art League, A A-tlantic
tlantic A-tlantic Branch, will sponsor a ba ba-six
six ba-six water color course starting
Wednesday evening, July 2 at 7:30
at the Workshop in Ga.un. Mrs.
Sally Knerr, whose outstanding
work is well known in Isiluuan
art circles, will conduct the course
This is the second in a series of
art lessons for beginners. The first,
a basic drawing course, was taught
by Frances Greening. v ;
The enthusiastic response and
full registration of this first courso
prompted the Art League to ouer
a series of lessons aimed and
planned for the novice 10 realize
his latent creative talent by fur furnishing
nishing furnishing the basic fundamentals.
All members of the Canal Zone
Art League and those who wish
to join are eligible io register by
calling 36-658.
3 Casual Bandils
Get $105,155,
Miss $80,000 :
ERIE,'.Pa. (UPIV-Tliree ban bandits
dits bandits moving with casual precismn
held up the Wesi 26th SJ Branch
of the Union Bank today? and es escaped
caped escaped with $105,155." ..
Al Bartlelj, ; prsldentjof Vh?
Union Bank, said thlmaed
. 1 iL. d.ion
gunmen overiooKea anumer oou, oou,-000.
000. oou,-000. Federal Bureau of Jnvestiea Jnvestiea-tiori
tiori Jnvestiea-tiori :agents joined sta.e and local
police in an investigation.. ; t
Weartag women's stockings over
their faces, the gunmen .seizea
handymsn Ed 0 0 1 s 0 n as ne
mowed the bank lawn about 1:30
m; and forced mm to ia.e
them intone building.
As' other" Wnk employes tegan
arriving for; ..work, the. bandits
seiied ana nouna nu sbcu
them. .
a hank nff cial arrived at w
m inrt fm rn e a 1 a l.e t y was
grabbed by the bandits and misj,
tied to the vault, ine men eeuru
the money and fled in a stolen
car later louna soanuuneu vV
blocks from the banic.
No trace was louno 01 ine men.
Several hours later .three met.
were tasen- rrom- a -ncwi iwif
Central Railroad train at uun.
kirk, N. Y. but .were reieasea
after questiomng.
T)Anj Viinnlra wor v thrown un
within minutes of the robbery but
the men apparently either eluded
police or remained niouen m m
ity- ,.'- .u-
IBank employes 101a ponto uicy
were certain me rooocrs
Negroes despite the fact thy
were massed ana wurc siuvc
Two of the bandits wore coveralls
and the other was attired In a
rust jacket and brown trousers, f
Orange High School and sn ex explorer
plorer explorer scout in the troop headed
by Helen's father, Francis, a tool
and diemaker. ,.
"There is no punishment wailing
for the kids," the anxious parents,
said. "We just want them to re.
turn." i '-
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Box 134:
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. lack notice tor Incluiiea i tbw
tlum ihould b tusmitltd m
tywriH and miilad M
Iho os oumbtr tilted daily 1
citl and Othtrwua," 01 dlirod
it to tho ottict. Noticu ot
Mtttinai unaot o cttd M
Virnx of Portion Wars
The next Council Aaministraliort
meeting ot the veterans oi foreign
Wars will be held tomorrow, June
Zi at 1WU0 a.m. in Post 3876, Oris
tobal. .-' -'
rkm Kaha'ii of tho Canal Zone
,"Xhe rtealivy of-Man" is the ub
ject to be discussed by the Baha'is
of the Canal Zone tomorrow, June
22 at 10:00 a.m. in the Curundu
Community Buildini. These meet
ings are open 4o- the -public.- f
Another Crosby Kid
Finds Trouble, Took
Wrong Sports Car
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) The 15-year-old
son1 of Bob Crosby and
another teen-ager were arrested
this morning, and admllted to
police, they had tried to go joy joyriding
riding joyriding in someone, else'ii sports
car. .!,-
. fhrlstnoher D. Crosby later
was released to his mother," June,
with" a decision on whether, any
action would be taken against him
up to juvenile authorities. No adult
charges would be filed until the
Juvenile Court made such a deci decision.
sion. decision.
. Also picked up and later re
leased was Jeffrey; Lee Davidson,
16, West Los Angeles. .
' Officers said the younger Cros Crosby
by Crosby and Davidson .. admitted ? stop stop-ninij
ninij stop-ninij at the residence ot Peter
vfoiKftft in the Bel Air area and
trying to' push his Corvette out
of ihe driveway. .
Meanwhile, they ten ine trosny
th' vnAnxiva
imoaua near
Heisser home
. Rut Heisser heard the. npi3e
and called police, who took the
.hmr in riistnriv.
Officers said the ignition key
was in .the Corvette. .. 1 1
West Los 'Aneeles police, said
that Chris.opher D. Crosby "was
th nhirrt of a search when lis
and his bi others-ran away from
home about tnree years su..
D.C. Queen Bee
, Soy Si Si
' WASHINGTON A tJPI) -; Marl
jorie Merriweather Eost, one ,01
the world's wealthiest, women
today quietly became a bride .for
the fourth time.
The 71-year-old heiress to a
cereal fortune was married to
Pittsburgh industrialist Herbert
A. May at a private family cere,
mony.
May, 65, is senior vice resident
of the Westinghouse Air, Brake
Co.
Mrs. May, whose fortune is es.
flinated at around250 millwn dol.
lars, is recognized 'as the quefen
bee o' Washington society .v She il
the daughter of the late Charlei
William Post of General Foods
fame. I-
.lf2tMilt4
featuring,
ME CAROL
lnter'national chanteuse
"" twice'.' nightly'
in The tielk Vista
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Written forNEA Service

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Here Is another hand from my
good friend Charley Coleman.
Again it is a problem, in dum dummy
my dummy play so don't look, at the East
and West hands if you can re restrain
strain restrain yourself. ''
Against the four spade (on
tract Wes opens the king of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. East plays the queen and
West puts him in with the hearts
and West's King wins the trick.
Another, heart is played andSouth
is in. i;.-v"i' !'
South plays the1 ace 'and king
of. tfumps and drops, the queen
from.the West hand. Nuw all he
needs to make his contract is a
club finesse but if South is on his
toes be will realize that, the club
finesse is not going to work.
. West has already revealed 12 high
eard points. The queen of cldbs
would give hira 14 points and he
surely would have opeaed the bid
ding had this been the case.
South sees that he can make the
hand if West holds the ten of clubs.
Hence, 1 he goes over to dummy
and leads, the. jack of clubs.
Now look at the East and, West
hands and you see that South has
brought his contract home.
If East ducks. South just lets
the jack ride. It East covers, South
take swith the king nd finesses
successfully against West's ten.
, The bidding has been: ""
West North- Eatt South
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What do you do
' A Bid live eluba. This i"
- sllf ht overbid but i( should sou
out the opponents effectively.
, TODAY'S QUESTION
Tho bidding is tho same t1n
o the question just snswwedrf;
iYou, South, hold: ,':.'.:.'..'-!,
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Tomorrow v...;'t
Margarita Daily
Bible School
Closes Tonight
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At the closing exercise! for the
Dauy Vacation liibie Sctiool of the
Margarita Union C h u r c h the
school's theme "Jiibie ireasurts
will be the central thougn..
. Ihe closing session of ine school
will be held 7.p'm tonighuU Mrs.
William K. Dixon, director of the
school, said that the concluding
program will be open to. he par
ents and interested public.
A skit entitled "These are our
Neighbors" will be one of the
main teaiures. Various countries
have been studied during the
school s; missionary period and ihe
playlet will present some of the
lite situations in those countries.
All the children will take' part in
either the recitations or song which
are given by the various depart department.
ment. department. Hrfna work exhibits will be
on display at the conclusion of the
program. ; : r
. During the two week course, a
series ot devotional Speakers have
ialkedt 0 the children on Bible and
missionary subjects. Speakers were
the Rev. William, Livingston, Mrs.
Reginald Wheatley, the Rev. Ray
Blakely, Mrs. J. E. Lingwood, Mrs.
C. T. Swearmgen, Mrs. E. G. Bis
lett, Mrs. G. F Lee, Mri William
Livingslon ind .the Rev.- Reginald
WAttley w 't. ', ..
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Yields lalany Interesting Items

. By GAY PAUUIY
NEW YORK (l'PI)-Miss Mary
A. E. Morris, 71, is convinced
that people would forset their
heads ii they weren't atuched. t
She has iound in 14 years ol
bossing the lost and iound of.
fices of the Staten Island terries
that just about everything ,lse
gets misp'aced.
"Skeletons, automobiles, chil children,
dren, children, pcts...well, you just name
it," said the sprightly Miss Mor.
ris, who this week retires from
the jojj. ;,
- "I guess the most unusual thing
that just about every -hing geK
misplaced. ; -,.
"The what?" I asked.
'.'Hie bombs. Four of ..them,"
she answered. "' "it was during
World War II when a deckhand
brought in a brown carton, inside
was something wrapped in rags.
"I began to investigate and no.
tided it was some kind of ammu.
nitition. I didn't know what. I'm
not used to dealing in suca
things, out' I did nave sense en.
ough to call the police department
Domo squad. ;
"One of the police told me later
if I d cropped one ot those thines,
It would have blown me andt be
whole ferry slip to kingdom come
They, found out later the bombs
were ; stolen from a New Jersey
arsenal." -v.-
' Miss, Morris,1 a Brooklynite all
her life, joined the city's Depart,
jnent of Marine and Aviation In
1939. In 1944,' she organized the
ferries' lost and found ; depart
ment, and since has pkKed 1 up
after the careless and absent
minded, at the rate of about 200
items a month. ; -r
23 MHIion Comntutors '
Sdme 23 'million persons--regu

Macaroni; Mushrooms And :
Shrimp Are Fine Salad Team

By GAYNOR MADDOX
- NEA Food Editor
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NEA Food and Markets Editor
' Ever try marinating, cooked ma
caroni In French dressing to use
in a salad? The addition at can
ned broiled mushrooms adds even
more flavor.- 1 ',;'
V .v. . V : -' rj)' :.' ..
' Shrimp Macaroni Salad
(Makoi 4-4 genarou aorvingi)
out 'ounces" tiDow macaronr; o-
. ounce' can. broilea m J, pom
crowns, 1-3 1 cup i rencn .dressing,
MB teasooon oowdered thyme,; I
xaoiespoon lemon juice, x jjuuh
cleaned shrimp, cooked or canntd,
1 cup diced unpeeled cucumner,
u cup chopped chives, va ; cup
mayonnaise.
Cook elbow macaroni until bare'
ly tender In boiling salted ) water
and drain thoroughly. Meanwhile,
drain and auarter the musnroom
crowns. Place drained macarrnl
and mushroom quarters in .bowl
and Rorinkle with combined French
dresslnv and thyme, tossihg lights
Iv. SDr nkle lemon iuice over
cooked shrimn. Chill bo:h the ma
caroni mixture and shrimp for
several hours in the refrigerator;
Just before lervlng add shrimp
and cucumber to macaroni mixt
ture. Combine and add chivei
and mayonnaise, tossing lightly
but well, Serve immediately gar.
nished with eriso oarsley.
Mushrooms alio add righ flavor
to bland veal.,: Here's goua re recipe.
cipe. recipe. ;..-.
Veal Chops With Mushrooms
(Makes 4 sorvigs)
Four loin veal chops, 2 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons ki chen bouriuet, iWh tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons salt, teaspoon white psp psp-per,
per, psp-per, ii cuo butter, 6-ounce -can
Sliced broiled mushroom!!,. Vt tea tea-snoon
snoon tea-snoon -marjoram, ? tablespoons
flour, m cups commercial snur
cream,. 9 ounces broad noodles, $
CONVERT POWER PLANTS
v LONDON (UP) Britain will
convert three 0' its planned pow.
er reactor stations to enable
them to produce atonic explo.
sives- as well a electricity, the
British: Atomic Energy Authority
announced yesterday. The move
will help make Britain independ
ent 'of the united states lor its
Plutonium nees, which are grow,
ing steadily -with the development
of British 'nng.range and antl.
aircraft missiles.
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'ar commuters from Staten Island
to Manhattan and tourists ride
the ierries each year. The cross crossing
ing crossing is one of the world's best

known for two reasons it Is oiv
of the few five cent rides left anv.
where: and it gives a spectacular
View of the Manhattan skyline
from the harbor.
"I love the sea and sky. I
never tired or the view, said
Miss Morris. "I suppose it must
have enchan.ed a lot of people.
We frequently had motorists
climb out of their cars to go up
on deck...and just walk of the
boat when it docks."
Once she said a deckhand came
into her of ice with a nondescript
black satchel. Opened f it pro.
duced a skeleton. v
"Nearly scared the deckhand
to death," she laughed. "He
thought we had a murder mys.
tery on our hands. It turned out
that the ske'eton belonged to n
anatomy, class at a Staten Island
college and was being taken to
Manhattan for rewiring."
Wallets, brie'eases and umbrel.
las lead the list o' most frequent.
ly lost articles. ; The number of
women's g'oves in the daily haul
becins to- eain in September:
'men's gloves come souring in
from November through Marcm
Children frequently get lost
from a sight seeing group, she
said. When this occurs, a rail
goes out to dockhands to watch
for strays..' ', u.p ". "'
Miss Morris, who will celebrate
her 72nd birthday in Aueust. said
she has no 'intention of quitting
work altogether. "I just thought
I'd take a good rest and then
look for a job with shorter hours
and not so hard on my feet," she
said. ,, .
tablespoons poppy seeds.v
. Brush chops wl.h kitchen bou
quet 1 teaspoon salt and the pep pepper
per pepper which have, been combined.
Cook Over moderate hear, in but butter
ter butter in tightly covered skillet, r a a-bout
bout a-bout 15 minutei., jtdd.: Z cup
mushroom broh. marjoram and
remaining Vx teaspoon' ialt. Cook,
covered, until veal 1 tenner. -a-
bout 20 minutes. Remove veal to
to warm plscef Blend together
and add .. flour'- and remaining
mushroom brom. ; Cook over ow
heat, stirring constantly until thick
enei Add sour cream. Return
veal chops to skillet. Add mush'
rooms. Cover and heat thorough
ly. Meanwhile cook noodles, fol
lowing package directions, a n d
drain. Remove chops to hot.serv.
ins nlatter. Add noodles a il noo
ny. seeds to sauce in pan. Toss
ligh ly, then surround chops with
It. Serve immediately; fs
TORONTO Greta Geode, 46.
German immigrant maid arrested
here yesterday as'the suspected
ransom-kidnaper of little Joel
Reitman from his suburban Mont,
real home, c'aiming she is the
victim of mistaken identity r y
' "Maybe somebody Is using my
name. Somebody I may have met
sometime. I want my name
cleared. '
NEW YORK Ralph -Casey,
chief .negotiator representing' 43
Atlantic and Gu'f Coast shipping
companies,- after : revealing that
bargaining talks had been broken
o'f with the striking Marine En.
gineers Beneficial- Association: ;
"I told them we're all through
talking." , ,
'TNGLEWOOD, Calif. Albert
Clark Reed, 51, a groom at Holly,
wood Park race' tracks who was
unmasked yesterday as .a too.
flight aeronautical engineer : who
vanished mysterious'y si years
.no after working at top secret
jobs for the government at Call,
fornia Institute of Technology:
"I don't know why I- suddenly
left my wife and child. I don't
know what I will do now. but I
love this work and hope to stay
with horses."

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IY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
iVhen 11-year-old Patty asked
her lather is she could could take
ballet lessons, he said Jit's think
about it t :-,-i' ';i f:f- .-.
Waiting for him to finish nil1
thinking was hard. For She wan ed
the lessons terribly. Her friend
Lois took them and was 'always'
tlitfging herselLinto beautiful pi pirouettes
rouettes pirouettes and arabesques whenever
she felt especially haony or -bor
ed. Enviously watching her,: Pal
y naa come to think of herself
as horribly clumsy v 4 t
Finally she, put her. anxious
question, to her father aaain. rie
said po, that the .ballet-' lessons
vcre out. He said that what wi.n
the cost of Grandma's operation
and 'Other expenses; he couldn't
afford the, lessons,
. After, a sicken momen:, Patty
' )', 1
.Whereupon her father flungj
down his 1 paper, got .very angry
and shouted, ,'. Holy, smoke, do you
think I got everything 1-want? If
you re going to make a fuss tike
this, go on up to your room and
let me finish my ; paper in
Which wai quite unnecessary."
Because her father true orign-

Earning More Than Hubby Is

Hot For Wife
t r r u lit ft
- There is one 'raise a working
wife may get that isn't all profit.
That's the one .hat boosts her pay
check ahead' of her husband b.
For though the wife .earned
that raise, unless she shows great
tact and understanding,, her litis-
pand is the one who is going to
have to pay for it,
He'll pay for it in' loss of face,
and self-esteem if his wile "isn't
careful to spare his feelings.
To begin with, she shoj;dVt
make a big thing of the raise,
She should mention it maUei vl vl-fac.ly
fac.ly vl-fac.ly and then not mention it a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. . -'
jfjBff :'i Y'-: :.':- Y '"'
She shouldn't let anyone but
her. husband know that her pay paycheck
check paycheck tops his. He-has to know,
hut lh children don't need' t"
their friends don't need to and
neither do his parents or hers.
Even in an argument about mon money,
ey, money, she should ne"Pr stonn so lo'i
as to point out that she earns
more than he does. Nor ; ho1(l
she le' the fact influence ner. to
mike imnortan purchiiscs without
consuming hen husband, just :, as
she dirt ren he was ths major
breadwinner. 1 -
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' If they re insi, a ymmt? eo"nlp
"he can, of course, floint out what
Is probably Sn obvion fac' thst.
in a few yean he will be making
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24 Endured
23 Pillars
21 Press
Z7 Voles no In
Sicily
29 Erect
SI Comfort
J2 Welfhound
33 Mature
41 Cooking
Utewil
43 Permit (
45 Victim of
leprosv
47 Smallislands
48 Mix
49 Weary
50 Dill
SJ'Prepositlon :
S3 Peruse
: 94 Simple
IT Girl's namt
51 Rodent
sirish
0
al response to her disappointment
hadn't been anger at all. It hud
been sympathy. He'd have liked
no.hing better than to give wt
ballet lessons but this reallij 'd
been'lost to pride that told Ii
he should have been able e
them to her. Pride made him o
disappointed in himself that -he :
couldn't feel his sympathy wilh
Patty's disappointment.
Had it not reproached him so
absurdly, he'd have found Pattv's ;
reproachful tears quite tolerable.
And been able to say comforting-,
ly, "I'm. as disappointed asvyou
are, daughter.' But let's not bi
too discouraged. As soon as wt
have got some of these hills paM,
we'll see what can be done. So
how about a li.tle patience with
your Pop?'; r' r
It is so easv to let renroarh-
ling pride come between us'
and
in ciiiinre.i we love.
We art so ashamed we -can't
give them the things they ask ir
thai -we lose all sight of our wish'
es. t give them rvhr-things. -And
so we express irritation, e v e n
whn .our original feeling is "I
understand how vnn fi
Yet it is this understands that
can make deprivation of things un un-I
I un-I important to the children.
To Blow About
a lot more than she. :
I wouldn't even hurt for heM
mention that she intends lo ouit ouit-work
work ouit-work as soon as he is making a
certain amoun That will Tress-"
sure him that she is at the pres present
ent present doing more thVt half of ths ths-bread
bread ths-bread winning herself; --s.
These things are important not
only 10 spare the husband's pride.
They are important foe. Ihe wife's
protection, too. Unless she wants
lo so on helping her nusmuid p-m
a living for the rest of her life,
she had better no lei 1 him '. net
the idea that of the Iwo she is tht
more successlul. ;
Sixth Member
01 Brinks G:.i3
Shot To DssliV

BOSTON (UPIWohn F. (Fats)
BucelH, a figure in the million
dollar Brink's robbery, was found
shot to death In his expensive au.
tomobile on i South End street to.
day. A medical exam,incr said he
The body of the 44 year old
.racketeer was found in the wreck.
age 0 the car which had crashed :
into the rear of a trailer truck.1
Police at first believed his, death
resu ted from the crash. t
Medical Examiner George W. :
Curtis said after an autopsy that
BucelH died o' a bullet wound in -the
head. "He was murdered,"
Curtis said. ;- v ';':;:':;v. :'Y
Buccelll was the sixth figure in
the Brink's case to meet violent
death. -;
He was found slumped behind
the wheel o.' his flashy car by a
passerby who called police. He
was taken to city .hospital where
he was pronounced dead on arriv arriv-Xw
Xw arriv-Xw ,-. ;., :; V".
Bucelli was given a five-year
federal penitentiary sentence April
21 in New York-for his alleged
role in a multimillion-dollar nar.
cotici ring. He inpealsd that sen.
tence and was released in bai'. He
subsequently was returned to jail
here where a month' ago, he fin.
ished pprt of a two-yeai term for
receiving $60,000 of the Brink's
money.'" '.; ''' Y,-- -Y ?' "- '" ':
Buccelli was One of 17 persons
convicted In the New York trial

diirinf which the jury was told A.
Boston coal wharf was used as I
"drop" by narcotic! peddleri. t i

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ItAUIOAt 0(451, Rilboa Ro4
Service fcundav 10:00 am. UMO U.
1:W aua.
CJUSTCBAL: A,mrican Ltdon Hill.
Service !-.inaa JU.uO tin. 11 o a.m
RIO AoAJw: from ia. u24 lath
Sunday
T"
Unitaoan
lata.
Sunday School
suuaV 4
MJCOO tfivd.
tltlU Vta
tuicoa ;
4u'u uiviuittaa
to -UOWftl -rciigiuu..
'
Uaptist
tocou BAnisi CHWCH
Sunday
'Atnuig Unon
MI.
7 a y.m.
t:0Q p-m.
7;00 pw.
730 p.m.
Evening """VVihli
Wayar Meeum Bibl
btuuy Each V ednesuay .
brouiernood i oiiyay
VvjuiiJ Monday
aci MonU).-t'",,f1
riKSl bAPTlS'l CUllKCB
- Balboa llaight. C Z. :
627 Aiicoo Boulevard
Orawei 'B' Balboa rietcjlt
Phqn ttaiboa 1727
William B. Beeby, f aatef
Sunday School .... m
Horning Worship 10:45 .m
Roniisl Tralnina Union- ...i S 30 p.m
EVangelistio Service ;. : 7;30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wedntaday, 7:0V p.m.
nW.Hi Blblt Study, Xbura-
daya tja,
Men'a Brotherhood lLa1
t Monday ta mnnth ..... pJB

1 'IKST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at Jth Street I
Margarita, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. Parker. Pastof
auiia..'Scnooi 'v....;
Mornina Worship .. ....... u 1100 a.m.
Baptist fraining Union...., ;30 p.m
Evenin Worship .j 7.4&pm.
Brothernood, Tuesday f.OO o.m,
' Prayer Servtccn, Wednasdayi ,1M pm.
WM.U. lt & 3rd Friday

C.A.. R A.. sunoeama, : .
' rridav-
'S:3t Brn.
i. "iii1
' 1
Solvation Army
tNon.i)irt)mlnullonl Evangellattc :
i Meetings)
PANAMA CITV'- 1 . N
Major it Mr. W. Bishop
i U February Stfeet, Phone 38 20054 ,.
,-Jl'lKi Holmes Meeting t.
' 3 00 Sunday School
, 7 JO Salvation Meeting v 1
PARAISO, C Z
Envoy Mrs. C. L. Moseley,
Quiana Street ; p.
11 00 Holiness Meeting; f
1 3 00 Sunday School 1
7.30 Salvation Meeting
COLON- CENTRAL' K ''
Sr. Captain & Mrs. H. Grant .
J4th Street, Phone 38-743 :
11:00 Holiness Meeting I
- 3:00 Sunday School 1 i
7:30 Salvation Meeting -,
COLON THIRD STREET i
Sr. Captain S. Taylor j
ll:no Holiness Meeting. .....
3-00 6unday School -"-
" 7:30 Salvation Meeting
SAINBOW CITY, C.Z. :.,
nvay J. Gill
3 00 Sunday School v -7
30 Salvation Meeting
. ii ii i i i i in
"',iv' 7-;--'---..'V"''ErtJ.
; Union Churchss :
gALBOA .
. The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor .-,
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1486 Church Otlic 2-323
i- t:30 a,m. Church School .Free' bus
Service. Classes for all age. ,-.
.10:30 a.m.- Worship Servie The
v.vnnHri SMslon for Nursery. 'Kinder
garten and Primary DepU, Church
lime Nursery .lor-children-tinder 3 yra.
:00 p.m. Junior High i Fellowship
. e.ii ul.
aroHi man ren"wiiij. -:
7:00 'Senior High Fellowship.
CATUN ' ; 4
1 Th Rev. Ray M. Blaktly Mlnltter
Telephone, I-35S
Church, School, vlth Adult 8 1 b I
. Cia, 4. ;
Service of Worship, 11:00. i '; .i,
v Youth Fellowship, ,:4S. t
MARCARITA
.Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. rtanklin Pastor
Phones: Off ice, 1-SS42. Re.3-149S
..mJI tmrlpMI ' kv
9-45 a m. Church School. Bus servlea.
CIse: Nursery tnrouan aouib
' 11:00 a.m. ttornlnft Worship.
' llrTr' for Infanta and -mH. chil'
. MWl'p.m. Junior Fellowship.'
:1S p.m. Youth Fellowihlp.
A wmnleto schedule of auxiliary ae
Jvitlee and official meetings an
faounced from week to ween.

I- CAMBOA-
i Rev. Walker W. Alderon. Pto
v Of : 8-470 Res fi-130 :
-v- t'3ft a.m. Sundav School
V 10:40 a.m. Morning Worship. i
r Official meeting and week-oay U-tlti-a
as announced.

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aWt1 ; i lit. jsa m ninBajrtt..'. .. .i

CHurchet of t'n af faith ia the Canal Zone. aa the Hrmiaal citie
newi dth i writing by Wednetday mm at the latest at ny changes
for the comini Jaturday'i ehurth page.
Ministcrt, churck lecratarie 4 chaplain! are asked t inform the
of Panama ni Colon. Republic el Panama, extend a weiteme at all
timet to me aat women the armed tervkes. and t civilian neigh
kort, friendi and ttrangera.
Ai a public tervtca. The Panama Amaricaa lift feelew, by dtnami-
ationi, nnticet hour of worjhip and other regular activities.
Listing art rotated from time to time. Denomination having only
one or two congregation are liittd under "Other Church ft Service."
A ipeciaJ lilting is included tot service at Army posts. Air Fore bates
and Naval stations.

ST. MABY'S L'HUKLH SUIdm
Sunday Ma.w: 7:00, :00.r 10 W and
iz.uu tjm
Huiy Da Massest 5i. tVi. II 4S a.m
and S.00 o.m
ConfessioiMi Saturday, 3:39 to t:w
and 7:00 to t:U0 p.m Thui-sday. benre
first Frday. T:UO to 1:00 p.m.
Miracuioua Medal Novena: aj
on Mondays,
Utecftiam etaaai aner we mass
on Sunday.
r.icn School Study uuo tun. on
Wednesday. ;
SACKED BLAST Ancots -Sunday
Masses: 5:55, 7:30 A 30 a.m.
Holy Day maksea: i:5i a to anj 100
p.m. ;
Confession: Saturday 1:30 to :0U and
7:13 t S:O0 pro. Thursday before First
triday IW p.m.
bacred Heart Davouonai l.tw ia. on
Fridays.
Catechism Classt 3:1 to : tn. on
Tbursday. ...
OUR LAOS Or fATIMA Curaad
Sunday Mas al 1:00 a.m."
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confession I 6:00 to 6:43 p.m on Sat-
urday
catecniara Usui Saturday S:3S to 10
V ST. JOSEPH Pan tso v
Sunday Masses at IK and g:ll a m.
Holy Day Mas at 6:0tt p.m.
Weekday Mass: .;00 am
Confession: Saturday 3,30 to 4 JO and
6:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Cutset Sunday Iw) to 4:00
p.m. i k :v ...
Miraculous Htnat novena v iwu a.m.
on Friday.
convert instructions! tours oay t:uo
p.m. ;. 'i ... "., .. 4 "V ....
' ST. VINCLNrS-Panama City
Sunday iMasses: 6:00 and 6:30 a.m. v
Holv Oiv Msmimi: SrSA mnri S-IIA nm
(It if fall on Saturdav th Masses are
:vw ana s.m
Confessional Saturday 3:00 to 6K)0 and
7:00 to 6:00 p.m Thursdays before First
rriaay f:ao p.nv
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tions of th Cross: Friday 740 p.m.
tatecnism Class: Alter l:30 mas on
Sunday ; i
Thursday i i
Convert Clam, t0 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERLSA'B CoeoU
Sunday Mass: 6:30 a.m. .
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 am. lit It falls
on Saturday l:30 a.m. -Catechism.
Class: 3:30 to 1:00 p.m. on
Monday
Confession i tm to i:so a.m. ounasy.
:k '.,: r
ST, JOHN BAPTIST DE LA BALLS'
- Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses. 6:30 and S:30 I m.
Week Uays Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs.
Frl. and Sat, First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m
t Holy, Day Mamtav aiW iajn. to SiOO
Confc-ssions: S;30 to 4.30; and 7M0 to
t:00 p.m., on Saturday :
Miraculous Medal Novena) Friday 7:00
p.m.
Catechism Clasr. 8 :30 p.m. on Sunday
. Bl. rHEKKSE-B La ttoca
Convert Class) Monday 730 p.m.
Sunday Mass! t:00 am.
Hnlv Dav Mass: S:3u o.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 OJtL
Thursday before First triday :3i) p.m..
catechism Class: 3:15 p.m on piunaay.
Sacred Heart Novena : 7 :00 p.m. on
Friday '
Convert ciatst g:3 pjn. on inursaay
'"" 5 ATLANTIC SIDB '
ST JOSKPH S Colin
Sunday Masses: 3:45, k .00 and 9:15 am
Holy Day Massesi S;45 and 1:00 a.m.
and 5:43 p.m. "-
Confessions:' Saturday 4:00 to 8:00 and
7:00 to 8.00 pm.
Miracuioua Medal novena i Wednesday
6:13 and 7:00 pm 1
bacrea Heart novena: rriaay i:ia p.m
Sunday Evening Service 7 :00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:13 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Classi Sunday 10:13 a.m. to
11:43 a.m. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p m.
t int i rlday Exposition of Moat Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 6:30
a.m. Saturday morning., v
First Saturdav Devotions to our Ladv
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Comnfunlon Instruction lor chit.
dren Mondays and Thursday 6:00 to
.W pm. l
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Crlstohal
Eundav Masses: 7:00. 6:00 and 10:30a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
alio p.m. ,'.
Confessional Saturday 4:06 to S:00 and
7:00 to 6:00 p.m. After Rosary each ivt-
nlnM .. )
Miraculous Medal Novena i 1:11 and
i:vu p.m, on Monday. -. ,
catecmsra Classt After 6:00 Mas On
Sunday,
.First frlday Exposition all day during
uic ocunui i ear. 1 v
First Saturday: Mas at 6:00 am.
HOL1 FAMILI CHURCH In Martarlta
isunaay masses i-JUl, 9:30. 11:35 a lit
film oHiuruay iviasa: -,
Weekday Masses' ..
. Sa'.urd -,! 7:09 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses- 7:30 a.m.
Confession .. i :43 pm. to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
...Benediction 1
every Wednesday,
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Friday.
1st. Friday Devotion ...
1st Saturday Devotion ,.
B.I ... a.
6:00 a.m.
6:0O a.m.
6:00 p.m,
7:00 p.m
5:15 p.m.
4:45 p.m
7:00 pm.
7 JO pm.
T:00 o.m,
7:00 p.m.
' ST VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Marness: 6:30 a.m. and 6:00
a.m:
Holy Day Massesi 6:00 a.m. and 6:00
p m. ...
Confessions; 4:00 to s on nd tm i,
S:00 p m Saturday.
iu.w a.m. v,, muiiumt.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novena t 7 .-00 pro
on Tuesday, .. ...
Friday Heart Novena i 7:00 pm on
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION-Catdn
bundav Mass-6:15 a.m
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 p m.
Confession: 6:30 to T;00 pm. on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, 1
Cs'echlsm Cls km Mi Monday
OUR LADS OP GOOD COUNSEL
- 7"t' ;. Gamtto'
Sunday Masses: 7KK and 9:30 am.
Holy Day Massest 6:00 .m. and 1:00
pm
Confession featnri.- i -rut ...
after all evening devotions.
napusms Dy appointment
Miraculous Medal Novcnat 1(10 nm
on Tuesday.
Sacred Haart NrVtf'nn ,'' aT flff ea, ana. aa.
rriday. ".-;-
t.uriday School; 1:30 pm. on Sunday.
JteliSioil Instrnpl inn f'l... ruil
dren: 4.00 p.m. on Thursday.
Aelliinua Instnirtl-i. .j,,lt. in
ducted In Spanish) I 7:00 am on Mnn.
I day,
Convert Instruction by appointment

Episcc?:f

Th Kt evJL Hebet tioodea. S.T O.
Th Vary Rev. Mamert J. Petenoa,
S.T.B. Dean
Aisvu.V -tJt
. THE CATHEDRAL Or ST. LUKE
. SUNDAYS
Sundays
t.30 am Holy Communion.
9:13 am Church School (Holy Cam-
muniuo Jro ounoayi
9:30 am, Santa Communion, 3rd Sun Sunday
day Sunday
. Escuela DominiLxi 9:1.' I w
11:00 am Morning Prayer ana Ser
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7 :00 pm. Evening Service.
. WKUNtSDAYS
Holy Communion Communion-Fvenlng
Fvenlng Communion-Fvenlng Prayer.
' kULl DAYS
Hoiy Communion.
Holy Communion.
..... SAIL! -i
'1
tM an,,
7 KM an
:oo am
4 30 am
d.U alb. Morning Prayai"
I? .00 Mj.'-da Missionary Prayer.
COCOU
- Church ot bl. Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin. --
' Priest in Chars
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ..,.... tJO am
Family Prayer and v ;
Church School 940 am,
(Also hoiy Communion 2nd
- Morning frayer A Sermon 11 M am.
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion' 1:04 am
' . COROIAL
Chapel of The Coed Shepherd
' Th Rev Clarenr W, Hayes,
. Priest In Charg
FRIDAYS ,'
uo am. Morning Prayer.
IH.C. first Friday each Month L .,
f "i tJAMBOA
: SL Simon' Chutoh ''
Th Rev. John Spear Priest in Charg
Choral Cucnarlat and Sar. V
SUNDAYS.
mon ,., f KM a.m.
Church School 1:00 p m
Episcopal Young Churchman 3:00 p.m.
Evensona and Sermon ..... 1:00 pm
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer:
and Holy
Communion
9:00 a m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m.
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and rl
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 70 am
Morning Prayer .......... 9:00 n.m.
Evening Prayer '7:00 p.m.
:. v''"' i-.i 'L. iiS'X.. i...'i.',',;. I
SATURDAYS j
Family Eucharist .....,
Office of Complin
i ).,
1:30 a.m.
9:00 p m
'. I L BOf Af -.
, RL Peter's Xhnrck
Th Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Mornlni Prayer and Church
School ...... 940 am
mon ',,i. 10:30 am
Confirmation Class ....... 9:30 ajn
Choral Eucharist and Sr-
Holy Baptism ............ 12:00 noon
Evensona and Address .... 1 JO pm
3rd MONDAYS .-
Woman's Auxiliary i. ... 1 w pm.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion f:o a.m.
PALO SECO '' r"
' Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. a Shirley, Priest la Charg
THURSDAYS
6.30 am. Holy communion, 1
' MARGARITA
' Church of St I Margaret
, Espave and Bra?os Blvd.
Th Rev. Jena K. Renew, Kecter
SUNDAYS y ; -
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Church School,
110 a.m. Choral Eucharist
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
6:30 a.m. Holy Communlen,
. PARAISO
The Rev.' Allan R, Wentt,
Priest in Charge
; Th Rev. David A Osborn,
- Vleat Emeritus
SUNDAYfc
6:00 s.m. Choral Eucharist
h Bctinoft
9:30 a.m. intanV Baptism,
3 U0 n. Church School
theid ir. Buiidln. 131) -5:00
pm. Youth fellowihlp :
7 liO im. Evamsoni and Addrssn.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
7.10pm woman Auxiliary ana aj
U; Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CIT!
Y V St. Pan)' Church ,
The Vcn. Lemuel B, Shlrlty, Recto
. The Re Flu R. Atwell. Dsaron
SUNAvi ,
6:oo a.m. Holy Comm.inton
0U sn Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10 :4b am Morning Prayer and Church
1 School .. ,
12:00 noct Holy Baptism ;
7:00 r,.m. Solemn V aspen
TUiESDAVS '.
6:30 a m Holy Communion
7:30 n m. Evening Prayer ancT Sermotl
WEDNESDAYS ''
,:00 in Hflly Communion
, 7 :00 u.ru, Evening Prayer
rhURJtilAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m, Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS ( ',
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion. :
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
, Lplscopal ...... -t
Colon, it P.
(Opposlta Hol- Washtngtonl : s
Tha Rev. Jam Petr Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
' SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.' f' ;
6:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
:0Q a.m. Choral urhari nt Imims.
io:.i a.m. cnurch School.
i .ju p.m. solemn Evensong and Sr Sr-mon.
mon. Sr-mon. ..
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion. f i
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
3:00 pm Evening Prayer.
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer, ' 1
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermen
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Moming Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Children' Eucharuit
5:00 pm. Evening Praver. ;
, ..'. SATURDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
7:08 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer- '
7-30 o.m. Compline and Meditation,
MONDAY, TUESDAY Jk THURSDAY
RIO ABaJft
St Christopher Chnrrh
10th Street.. Parque Lefevr
Th Rev, Clarenc W. Hays.

Prit ta Charge
The Rev. Clarence A Crafwitt.
AasutaDt
SUNDAYS
00 am Holy Communion.

7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and SV rman.
10 -30 m blorntn Prayer and Church
School.
Um neon Holy Baptlwa.
6 30 p.m Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7 30 o m in and 3rd, Woman 'a Auxi
liary.
TUESDAYS
6 JO om Junior Daughter of the
King. w ;
7:30 p.m Youth Fellowship,
WEDNESDAYS
6 00 a m Holy Communion.
I 0 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions,
THURSDAYS
6:00 p at. Girl Friendly Society.
6 00 p m 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS ...
9:30 sm Junior Confirmation Class,
Other Church
CHURCH Of THE NAZARENB
44S rrangipani Si Aocuu C.Z.
Kcv. timer O Nelson, Pastor
- Box 297 Balboa. CX Taj 2-3601
Sunday School 9:43 am
worship Service' ,,.... 10:43 s in
.Youth Service ............ 6:45 am
evangelistic Service ...... 7:36 o.m
Prayer Service Wed.. ... 70 pm
1 METHODIST ,f '": '
Sunday: 9 s.m. Panama Wesley.
iu:so am, sunoay school. 1
7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
ana Sermon.
Sunday .7 .m. Paralso '' '
to am. paraiso sunoay scnooi.
: 7:13 pm. Paraiao Eytngelicai
. Service.
CHURCH OP THI MAZARENR
' Margarita School Cyrenasiun t
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Writei Box 5019 Margarita, CX. v v-;
; v-; Phonei S-l&a3
Sunday School ...... 9:41 m
Morning Worship' 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service .......... 1 J9 p.m
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama fU. 23rd Street East
ate a. N. Brawn, MlsUSter
Divine Worship :30 am,
Sunday Masse ....,7. 7:43 11:45
Rio Abaio, RJ.
Sunday School 1:00 pm,
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Metln Thursday at 7:10 pm' and
Sundays at :uu pm. win Memorial
806 Bait Road. Balboa. ,.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
i- Chapel -on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8 JO a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
, Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 4 AO p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 9:09 am,
' MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
: Primary; Thursday- 4:00.pm .,
Telephone Balboa 4227
' Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Scboolhous Road. Gatun
- Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 m.
, Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDTJ PROTESTANT CHIIRCB
A WsriD Hesrted Church"
-'"' Mllten K. Leidlgi Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-5101
Sunday School 9M Jfl-
(A clas for vry sg) , t
.' Mnrnlne Wnrshtn ......... 11:09 m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 1.m.
Vunln Wnrahm ........ T :00 pm,
Prayer and Pral's (Wjd.) 7:00 pm
A church nursey 1 proviaea.
, old Catholic chukcu
St Raphael The Archaagot
' ,k CU Vmmi Nil 1
Knl'v thirhartxt! SimdaV, al 1:10 IA
: Tuesdavs. Wdnsdav .and Thursday
Saoram'eht ot Unction (Healing Sar.
vice) First Sunday of oacb month at
ivw pm
" Mopnl Hsllbet. ChrUtlsa Chareh
Panamd R. t- "r ,:
Rv Rev T jaties D, D. Bishop
affiriatlna.
Morning devotion
Fellowship Worship v, 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School ............. 100 p.m.
Divine Service T;3Q pm.
' THE CHR1STADELFHIANS 1
, Panama District
' Scout Hall, Rainbow City
. Sunday School 6-m.
Morning Service 10 am.
Adult Bible Clasie ach !':
. .Monday at. 7:30 p.m.
Visitors bra walcom at all services
and classes. :
- i ii., i' -'r.:
RAHAI'f CENTER ,
ht First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen. Panamt City.
informal Talk ana uiscumion -.
Thursday.. ........8:00 pm
Colon, 8th Front streets
' fnmtalra American Baaaarl
Study Clawes,.,,,, Thursdays. 7 JO p.m
- BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
.. lapalaba St. Praio, C.Z.
Rev Waldaha H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Strvic.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.'
7 il6 pm, Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship. 1
lnursdavt i:uu cnou itenearsat.
Friday: 7:30 Women' Missionary So
ciety. v
i THE CHURCH OF GOD -,
; New Providence )
' Mrs. Maud Hints. Pailot
Sunday Schoor .............. 10:00 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Nignt strvic iao pm.
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta.'
j Rain how City, Canal Eon
Rv. An, Livlngiten, Pastof
THE CHURCH OP GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colin
Rev. G. W. Grandlaoa, Pastor
Sunday School ........ .... 9:39 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 am.
Night Service 7:30 om
Moming Worship ........... 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night service 739 pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rio Abao
- Monta Oscar Rd-16th St
- Rev. tin, J. Johniosu Pastes
Sunday Schoo ...... J:30 am.
Moming! Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Servlc ............... 7 JO p.m
CHURCH Or God' (Pentecostal)
Rev, B. E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428, Box 233, Gamboa.
Churchw tt Paralso. C.Z. (Rev, and
Mr. Herman G. Whyte). Col6n. R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorenct), Rio Abajo
iRev. and Mrs. Charles Haynea), and
Catlv (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves).
Sunday and weekdaya aervlcee at all
churches,' ..'-. .yfty- 'iv-,.-
? COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo HeighUi, C i,
' (near DiaSlo school) i
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minlstet
, Box 39. Diablo HelshU. C.Z.
.Phones: Home, Gamboa 17
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Worship Service .' 11:00 a.m.
'Youth Service 7:60 p.m
EvanKelistie Service ...... IM p.m.
Wednesday! Bible Study
and Prayer Service ..... 7:30 pm.
Luthtri.1
HEKDEMEIt LUTHER..1 CHUICB
Bilbo Road at Wish! Street :
', Be. Robert r. Gussirk, Pastot
P.O. Box 666. Balboa
Sunday School, Bidi class 9:00 a a.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sundav of the
Stl.nll. IM.
former chattel ef Our Savlnnr'a'rnia.
mpi cnapci ora bu ana Meienaea.Av.
New Cristobal,
Mr, Fneen ft. Denner, Vlr 1
- Sunday hcrto,l, Blhle Clas :00 .m.
juivine service io:iS a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday el tht
nunth.

Jiwish

Jewlsn weitare noara Bla tU-A L
rtoc iUM Balboa. CJ Ribbi Nathan
wukii. Djecior.
Servie Frtday 140 fJm Saturoay
pm n
iSe Usuries ot jewlih iw
jntr o.u Base and Stations I.
Longitritatioa Kol Shearitb tsraei Am.
niu 0bs and 36th Street. Bella Vista
P'liam City Servieo 3:00 n.an
Christilin Scientist
CitKlbl 1A1 SjCIEM ilibKUU) :
tlrt Churcw ot Chrut, acientiat Anooo
MO Ancoa Boulevard
auudaj It-Ou. Medneadat a am
Sunuat School 9:3li am
brat umrrn m Chrnu, ajcieatau. Crauani
13th Streot Bolivar Hiihwat
ino. 'W-iMni 9i ess ess-Sunday
Sunday ess-Sunday 11:00 am Wednesday s.06 m
Posts and Bases
: rACIaH. SIDh
'. V;'."';''''PrteaUBt j ,;(V
FORT AMADOH v
Sunday School p.-Ov
Morning Worship .. ,, lu ou
' Cbureh-tima Nursary School... 10:09
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building N.
Lhl) i.. 9.D0
Morning Worship jpjg
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service 7:30
Youth Fllowshlp Sunday .... 6.U6
FORT KOBBR yT, V. '" :
Sunday School ...,........,,. 9:00
Morning Worship lUuMl
Evening Worship 7 :U
.Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hat ..,..' 913
Christian Youth Fellowship 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs, .. 7:00
Officer'! Chriatian Union Thur. 1:09
ALBROOK AlH FORCI BASS
, Sunday School 9:30
ASUll ttlDl U"MS (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Woranip
( Youth fellowship
plUUJ.i w,w
tm Jt 10:45
do
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School ,,..., 9:30
Morning Worship ........... ,,, 11;0U
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
of Month)
(-, '' .. ; i : .. tv -. 'is j .- a
15th NO HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning
ng Worship
9:00
(Holy
Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit.),
' "' Calk.lt 1 :
t:00
FORT AMADOR t
Dally Mas
Sunday Masse 7:00 A
Confession, Saturday ., 6:30 at
Sunday ................ 1:09 at
6 JO
6:30
7:3U
1:2
FORT CLAYTON
pally Masa ..
n .. .
6:4i
tou
'.7:45"
ounuaj maaae
Cpalesalorav-ttuday tM A -9:06
FORT KOBBI
Daily Masa i. ...k.,,.. 6:15
Saturday Masse 9:09
Sunday Matse 8:04 A 11:43
Monday Novona Devotions 7:30
Confession Saturday.. 6:00 A 7:30
COROZAL
Sunday Mas 10:36
ALBROOK AIR FORCE. RASE
Daily Mas f:00
6turday Mas 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:4t A 12:00
opanisa .(wtiv,. ..t..'.ta 7:Wi
Novena Servleee-Tuesday :o.t..t 'T:09
Confessions-Saturday
liVU
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass ....,.........,,
jn, ':--9
JO
t0
FORT KOBBR
aaiuraay
USO-JWB, Balboa
Itiaay
1:19
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
4:H
USO-JWB (Balboa k .. :.-i
Saturday i.
1:39
, '-, ATLANTIC SIDB
' V rralsstsnt
.I-
FORT DAVIS '
Sunday School Bldg. 133 V... t:00
Morning Worship ., j,, 10 JO
rrayer I euowsrup Jlidg. 25r
Tuesday ., t;)0
KYBB-Wdneday-Pot -hapal 6:3
Lnoir practice Wednesday
Post Chapel .., -IM
FORT GULICK ' "
Sunday School .....w. ........ 9 JO
Morning Worshln 10:4A
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6 30
Bible Study. Wednesday ...... '7:30
Ltd) ChapM culld.,lst Thur. IM
0.8. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sola
Sunday 6cheel 9:34
Morning Worship 11 ;0B
aoiy v-ommumon f irst Sunday
ef Month)
, Catholl 1
FORT DAVIS i
Dally Masa ..'.i.'... .'....;,"
Sunday Mass ...,rt.
.. Confeslnsi Saturday .,,.... i
Sunday
7:00
9:30
9:00
:43
FORT GULICK
Daily Mas ,..
7:09
7:00
10:15
7:09
- Dtiuiuay ntaaa ......,, ,..,4
Sunday Masses 7:45 A
Confessions, Saturday .. 6:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Dally Mass
Saturday Mas
8undy Mass
COCO SOLITO .-.1. x -;rS
4:00
9:30
1:09
- Sunday Mas
7 J
Jewish
FORT GUUC1C
Tuesday ....
t:l
' Orh Orfbedoa v
6reek Orthodox service are conduct conducted
ed conducted at -th Church of th Anunciation,
Via Beiisario Porras, San Francisco d
a vaieia, rename cny, ft.p., and at
th Church of St. Anthony, Avenld
Mclendez. C'Alon. R t.. on altemsia Kim.
day at 9:30. ror, further Information,
call th Offie of the Army Chaplain.
82-3119. .- ... . -.
Smnth Diy
Advcr.tist
Weekly Servlee in aU church
as follow;
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9: JO a.m.
Divin Service 11.00 a.m.
Youth' MeeUns 4:30 tm. ',
WKDNXSDAYt
Slble Study
1 M p.m
and Prayer Servlee
Pacific Side Paaana
Pastor W, H. WallerTel. 26-1-3506
Cabo. Verde. Av. J. r d la n
No. 17 Chorrillp 26th No 27 pue pueblo
blo pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. btwn 3rd nd 4th
St. Rio Abajo 11th No. 27 Cambo
and rnjol .,.,'. .
Pastor O. O. William Tel. 6 580
Pastor A. A. Grml Tel. loa
Sean's Churchr Parlfle Side PanaaU
Pastor Norberto tjulroi
- Panama. Call Oarlen No. I i
Pedregal Nuevo Uuarar4.
Atlantic Side
A. Jtffrle-Tt 16 1261.
Pastor
Colon
G.
Cristobal English lth Snllvar Av.
Cristobal 8tianishth at iolivar Av.
. Central Office:
OUi GavUa Road TL 1-1151 at 1-1531

CHRIST CHURCH
. Cln. i j.
Candidates confirmed at Chri.-.t
Curch by-the-Seg last SuntUy
ntght by Bishop R. Heber Goodeu
during the closing service of the
93rd anniversary celebration; will
receivt their First Communion at
th o'clock eucharist thig Sun.
day morning.
Celebrant at the Communion
Servica will be the Rev. Henry A.
Blake, who is now observing the
third annivemry of his ordination
as a priest of the- Episcopjl

Church. He is also scheduled to
officiate and preach at the 9
o'clock choial "Euchirist and at
the service of Solemn Evensong at
7:30 p.m."
One of the coming events of the
calendar for' the pan it ig an .ex .excursion
cursion .excursion through the Panama A Can.
al on July 4th leaving from Gi
tun at -S:3d that morning for Bal
boa v A popular combo wul pro provide
vide provide music forthe entertainment
pf nassengeri. '-'- s
Holy Communion will be observ
ed At the ; Jl o clock service ot
worship Sunday at the Gatun Un-j
ion Church,1 v ;-.. '-'.
The Rev, Ray ;M. Blakely, wt'l
rlve i communion meditation
"The Essence of Religion" ai his
closing sermon to the congregation..-
''.. f v-f- k.
Tne', Blskely'ii" are returning to
their, home in Alabama the follow follow-in?
in? follow-in? Sunday mwninff. The snthem
by. the choir will be Roger C Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's '"Come,' Ye Disconsniato."
On Monday evening at 7:30, the
Church School Council will hold
its regular monthly meeting.
. UNION CHURCH t
MARGARITA
1 The title for the Rev. Theodore
Franklin's sermon for Saunday is
God's "Lost tnd found Depart
ment": There will be duplicate
services at Margarita and Coco So Solo.
lo. Solo. Assisting the pastor in the min ministry
istry ministry of hospitality will be Mrs.
Glynn L. Terrel and Miss Andrea
Terrell at Margarita and Mrs. and
Mrs. Clarence A: Greene st Coco
Solo. -
The Men's Fellowship will meet
Monday at 6:30 p.m. for a supper
meeting at the Margarita Service
Center. Dr. (Bruno Eisen, superint superintendent
endent superintendent of the Coco Solo Hospital
will be the speaker of the evening.
The men have-designated this, as
"Ladies Night" and are encourag
ing the men to bring their wives
and girl friends' at guests.
On Tuesday evening at 7:30
p.m. Mrs. Victor Watson, wife of
the British Methodist Missionary
will address the ladies of -the
church. The opening devotional
will be conducted by Mrs. Ruth
Egolf. Hostesses for the evening
will be Mrs, Agnes Coleman and
Mrs. mile Haean. AB the women
of the community are invited.
.. ' St. PITER'S
i ",',' La Bcs r 1
' Services will continue at St.
Peter's Church, in th depopulat depopulated
ed depopulated town of La Boca tomorrow,
third Sunday after 'Trinity, with
choral Communion Sal 10:30 a.m.
Tho Rev. John Spear, priest in
charge, will officiate as celebrant
and preacher. 1 :
'At :30 p.m.,' the monthly serv service
ice service of evensong will be held at
Pedro Miguel, conducted by the
priest.
As Tuesday will mark the fenst
of the nativity of John the Bap Baptist,'
tist,' Baptist,' the midweek celebration in
Pedro Miguel will be held on that
day at 9:30 instead of on Friday.
vine least ot St. reier wm fall
on Sunday. June 29. Special serv
ices are planned in observance of
tne day. witn a tea in the after
noon. A choral Eucharist is listed
for 7 a.m. and solemn Evensona
and procession at 7:30 o.m. Thu
Rev. Jesse K.' Renew from 'the
Atlantic side will be suest preach
er at evensong, r
v FR0TI5TANT CHURCH
, ,', -, ... f. Curundu ,.
j ")..--vtA ''',',V,:':.','V ';' .."I.'.-'C'
The Curundu Protestant Church
flnSArl th larcrest ttntai4 Vm.
iion Bible School irt their history
i a cnurcn yesieraay.
Over 200 boys and eirli were re
gistered for ths two periods of
3

FISH

IYEquick.froz6rifo6ds are farm. Entov vour

fl .Afresh and llavorsomc. Crown exclusively fmSf r..ir

U 2.
jwi oiiu i-jrc, uico
u

quick-frozen Birds Eye foods Are. care carefully
fully carefully selected, 'cleaned and packed to

II

meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.'
' i ,..., i j i. ,
Stock Tho Best; Get some today!

D

the Bible School with the average!

aiienuanee-during ihe two wecks;lhe United States agreeJ t

peing 151.
j ine. closing program of the Bi
Die School will, be held tomorrow
eveninff at 7 D.m. Ever class nn-
der the direction of their teach teachers
ers teachers will have a part in the pro program.
gram. program. All the offerings brought in
during the school, wna. will be
given on Sunday evening wUl go
for missionary medical purposes
here in Panama.
; Other services o& the church
re Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. A
special invitation is given to chil children
dren children and parents who were uew
in the Vacation Bible School,
At U a.m. the church will wor.
ship together. His message will be
entitled: "Fruitless Christians."
At 5:15 p.m. the high school
youth group will meet at Dr. and
Mrs. Ernesi Steury's for their pio pio-gram.
gram. pio-gram. 'The Jet Cadets vill me:t
at ft.m. as usual. All children
and youth .of grades lour and up
are. invited. Nursery services are
provided for all services Sunday.-
PLAN LAY-OFF '
, NEW YORK (t'PJ) The
Youngstown Kitchens divwlon of
American Radiator & Standard
Corp.. plans to lay off -100 em.
ployes in WarrenUand Salem,
Ohio, to cut costs as a result of
ncreasing competition in tha,
kitchen equipment industry. V
A
WITNESSES PT0 13"
, ',. Acts lit
Jui left t Hi lollewer
. rh task of spreading Hi
ootpel Vw cannot be a -faithful
wltneu if you ng- ;
'lf regular worihip.
MMill'l y9i;.n
1 1-
- fi;'.i

tSUNDAV SERVICES
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (For si) ages)
The Bible as our textbook and the Holy Spirit
as our teacher.
:20 WORSHIP SERVICES 10:40
Enter to tvorshiu leave to serve
10:40 CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Rob't. Snyder :
.V A, special, worship, service 'for your children. ;f!
6:30 TRAINING UNION
, Training in Christian Jlvlnir and church
membership.-' '-.- -7:30-EVANGELISTIC
SERVICE
NURSERIES PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES

c ft

T 1

iena sunoay ;

EVERY LORD'S DAY
9:30 SUNDAY srHnnr.

. Old and young- need the truth of God's- Word, Come "to
. , a church where it is taunht. All the family will find a"
, welcome around the truth- of God.
; 11:00 "FRUITLESS CHRISTMAS" "'"'-
Listen to a messaRe needed in this day.- Hear why your
- VAfil P0 tellln for Christ. Accept the challenge of"
-; Christ today, you'll be arlad you came it's Bibical.
:00 JEX CADETS AND HI SCHOOC ?:
.. 7.:00-yACATIOy BIBLE SCHOOL PROGRAM
- Hear every class and pupil. Listen to their sinRlna: ancT
memory work;. .See their hand-work and ote cooks,
' NURSERY MISSIONARY' : 4 BIBICAL

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VEGETABLES a FRUITS o

, .,.,

;Ttuujrip.scryc 'rouna regardless of season.

FHOITI0

125 iiiiiCn D ...

WASHINGTON, June "0 il'T
j to extend up to 125 miilioa do
- ,in loans
m ui'ifi uic rut,.! 'j ..
a financial crisis ar 1 (
I through
to a new road ol -economic d-;t,
ment.
The agreement was contained i i
a joint communique isue'l ty
President Eisenhower and Phi!.:),
pine President Carlos P. Garni
concluding Garcia's three.day fi.ts.
sion to Washington.
? The loan include 75 millioQ do,
lars in new credit from the U.S.
Export-Import Bank and an agree,
ment to consider specaio Phi.'
'ippine development projects for
loans from the development lnan
fund of the U.S. foreign aid pro.
gram "in an .amount not to- ex.
ceett 50 million dollars."
. the -communique said "In view
o' the inability o the U n it e d
States to anticipate accurately fin.
ancial availabilities and relative
requirements beyond the next 13
months, immediate emphasin -vm
placed on meeting the inltiaF
quirements of the Phl'ipnfne pro.
gram." '-r ;
Garcia asked for about -35(f Wrt.
Hon dollars in long-term loan fof
public works and private rnBO!:
trial development; but these were
to be extended over a period "Vf
several years. ,;.
it'
BAPTIST-
cnu.icn
(JUST ACROSS MOM IA160A M.nATif
Elton r Vicktrs, Ass'l Psilor t
RADIO OUTLCT-ipXO, 789 JKC
, W Preach ihrlsl :- '
Crutlflrd -.Risen Coming Agai
Listen t "Manila In Th Mornlni'"
Pally '-- 8:00 a.m. HOXO r

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vUHERE YOU'U

You can't help but like the friendly peo-
, pie, the cordial spirit of fellowship, the
- air of reverent worship V(hy not at- f i

IS A SPECIAL DAY HERE
f-.ias. r ait a.v
JUICES
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. ;''.'"." '' TI!3 PANAMA AM T 7.1 CAN AN IN'7rrrySET EAUT KIV!."f:?A?I!S ': 1 .."." V'

3 JilGFCjUQl'G
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LaV al

f

!L2se' Leon Gets Himself,.

Only. Birdie In Days Play:

fcabe Marquard turned in a score of 86 to win
tK first flight of-.tht Jmlor Tournament at the

Brazos Brook Country tmo yesieruaj

LEADING
HITTERS

- BATTING
(Based on 125 efficial t
NATIONAL LEAGUE

kti)

This event was sponsored by the
club's board of. governor! and it

lvti. the.lourth occasion, wiuuu

threa montna mat yne yuuu y--

ple had a competition se up
elusive for their emjoyment.

. Larry wuasr iimaueu u

with a W ana at
h-.t.ned to take over the lead

L M.raaard as with only three

Wholes to play just, one stroke separ.

bin- MorJana uea iw wmu

!; Albem; although: still

Il3 year-old competed in the iame

tlight tor w-year.oius auu
cause he had .previously proven
l : .j iit outstanding in v tne

"r'Tflht He shot .103 Which.

was not quite good enough to earn

a pri althougRirwqmu u"
a winning, score in the 1.1 to 13-eyar-6ld
flight.' V- .t :'
Dav Witer won that flight with
104 iollowed ty.Jim Hoversoa, Jr.
and Act Brayton: who tied fpr-.se-

conaiace k ....

i Leslie Leon' won mm xiitm w
thos4 under ten years f age with
a scV of 128 nd:Jn doing;
he eNattd they seoaation of the; the;-tournament
tournament the;-tournament when, he got th 4nlt
birdie for the. day with three.

Tntorvipwprl afrer the' game,, LeSr

i; inhfApd that he did noWeat

iWheatiea v but attributed' bis
iitrength and skill to- a steady diet
to "arror con polio.? He received
'an aditional golf ball for his bir-

Ui. i i -t f

Babe Marquard, ; Dave wuoer
and Darcie Hause each won atro-

The undermentioned

golf

won

Hall '

T jrrv wilder i ana fcusie ma.

thieson four eachr Jim Hover.
cnn ir .Tirk Brsvton and Leslie

Leon, three each: Robin Morland,

Red Cronan and.Pamek:Pam,ela

The board of governors wish to.

remind parents who are not mem.
bers of the Braios Brook Country
rinh that a iunior membership, for

those under 18 years of. age can

be. obtained for the,. nommai; iee

of 3 per monm

Mays, S. Feo. ;
MusiaL St. L.
Skinner, Pitt

Green,, St. L.
Crowe, Cinci.
Ashburn," Phila

Cepeda, S. Fco.
Hoak, Cinci. i

Torre, Mil

Vieja

I earn

All-Gringo Carta

HI ay sl onite in Kh xage Loop

Vernon, Cleve.

Fox, ChK T
Kuenn, Det
Ward, K. C,
Bridges, 'Wash.;.: 'Wash.;.:-Colavito,
Colavito, 'Wash.;.:-Colavito, Cleve.

McDougald.'N.Y.
Cerv,.JC. C.

Xaline, Det V,

Malzone, Bos,

Whatever

4;

Happened to

J Mi

i

Darcie Hause won the.,garis-

flight with a 125 'With Susie. Ma.
thieson earning second plaecwith

a 126, Susie had tough .luck as witn

nlv four holes to play, sue

a seven.stroke, lead. . .. j

.-. v

By United Press- Intarnationa

er for e Washington Senatori,
turn nna W the'olde'r stars ;whoSe

careers were interrupted by serv service
ice service in World' Sfar;,jlL and newr
war ?thp .ume a earn. JJut

for nine years-from 1933 through
1941-Travis was one of the truly
great ones, at eitber third base or
Knrtatnn f.vptv vear but one he

tnnnpd ..300v a bat and that w

toi in iQtqv 4Tnn0 Was". .359 U

ion. Travi felurnedW the Sena

tors late i' 'is' bul fetired i
1947 with iHetime average

happened to rCer

Tri? Now 44.. he is back

his native Riyerdale, Ga.(.wheye

had he raises cattle', on. Jus- tarm-

the edge of town:l v.vj

G AB R H Pet

60 241 51 92 .382

54 197 30 73 J70
' 56 213 43 71 .333
50 154 22 51 .331
" 41 13 12 44 J31
: 58 227 36 75 .330
61 246 43 79 .321
55 214 28 68 .319
53 129 15 41 .318

AMERICAN LEAGUE

5f 137 25 49 .358

60 240 34 82 .342
4S 187 27 .63 .337
51 159 23 53 ,333
60 213 25 .68 .319
5a 181 23 57 .315
49 180 28 56 .311
57 210, 45, 65 10
59 211 26 64 .303
2 244 30 73 .299
f '",4 '',-.!.''Hi
RUNS-- V

I '. ItaJihiion pi.

' By VICTOR GRAY
STANDINGS
1 -;vh'.;.: WL Pet.

Marlboro ; V ... 2 0 1-000

Nacional ,. .: ; 1 0
Kent .--: ;; :, i i
Perfection o l 1

Carta Vieia ; . ; ; 0 0

Balboa j 0

Editor: CCNRADO CAr.CIA.M

' 'W- HOME

7 -' ; National Leaiue '
''r.'i!;'.v." r--. ", C
Thomas, Pirates: 2 ?
"Banks, ubs - -' 18
.Walls, Cubs ', n
Woryn, Cubs- l 15 t
Boyer,. Cards 14
Mathews, Braves 1
Mays, Giants 1 -Cepeda,
Giants .1
i . ... ,1 V. . T :
1 1 '" ', jr-.. :
;'' American Leajoe
-Jensen, Red Son, 18
-Cerv," Athletics r ; ,.f
Triandos, Orioles ,i( 14
Sievers, Senators -j 12
- MahtTe. "Yankees 'I '12
,'Gernert, Red Sox 12

, : RUNS BATTED IN

iiUJCiannna

Today

"LA

y THE D7&RF DULLFlGllILTl'
EVEi:i::G'PEM01MAI!CtrT8:C3l.M

Tl

National League

ThOmas, Pirates rJ
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
Spencer, Giants-''
,M' American League
Cerv, Athletics , 1
Jensen,- Red Sox

Gernert, Red Sox

r Sievers, Senators-,

Cplavitoi Indians

.62
53
42
42
40

.53
'49
40
3
.35

Mil

l ,.J:-.-.aQ

WHEN A STAR -JUan Franco

jockey quits rldinit for study in
the VS. and rimes home years

m later wiin

It's quite an
-.

Vnr thin nilt,-

J standing a

llchievement Dr.

f sKODerto iJRciu,

I W il v Ul vv
J eight years ago

was Diain bod-

Jby Reid ..and
,lthe toast of

I. h "local turf.

lylll be honor-

Dr. BOBBY afternoon with

, t- ; ithe runnln of

the "Dr. -Roberto ? Reld Hand!

can" at- the President Remon

He and his family will be guests

of track manager Pablo A. Tha

yer. The doctor will present a tro

ply to the owner of the, winner of
r. ... mi i

me ninin race, wnicu wui ue ruu
in his honor. onxi'
Reid, a son of the late Exley
N. and Mrs.; Esther Reid, receiv received
ed received bis medical degree last week
from Western Reserve University

.Ohio. 1

msent at nis graduation were
his sister Mrs. Norma Reid Alf a a-ro
ro a-ro and a cousin,. Mrs.' Lesma D'
Amil Niebch, wh are stltt vacs vacs-tioning
tioning vacs-tioning in the U.S.
Bobby will return to the States
next week to begin a year's in in-tprnshin
tprnshin in-tprnshin at Philadelphia General

Hospital. He plans to specialize

in urology. v :

-oOo

NOW A HANDSOME young man

BOBBY LOOKS back fondly to

his riding days and admits that
the money he earned as a jockey

auer. Bringing nuuie in lhi - mB

wmner, now takes an occasional r, --'"v -

highball.

1.000
00
.500
. .500
'.000
.000
the

1

Panama u; 0 2

The long" awaited debut of

Carta Vieia Cagers will material

ize, tonight at the National Gym,

wnen tney oppose unbeaten Nacio-

doir

bleheader,

(. NATIONAL LEAGUE

ke is the same unaffected pjr- D7: American play-

son he was before he went away .. -lUu" Vs.

.ni h that warm sense 01 '"rw" iu iu.

auu d '' VintnfV nunr rA.A. T 1 W 1.

humor that made him so well w

Kked among his friends,

Milwaukee
San Francisco

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati
St. Louis .;

IChicage

Philadtlphia
Los Angtlas

There's one notable change in

his habits, however. The onetime
teptotaler who would not' sip a

class of champagne even during

perpmonies in the winner's circle

ft r hri nffins home a classic win

ner, now takes an occasional high,
ball.
' iii o0o 1
LIKE MANY another success
story there's a touch of sadness
attached to Bobby- Reid' s too.
His father will not be od Jiand
tomorrow while his son is being
honored. Old Exley, who worship

ped his boy and was his staunch

W L

33 23

2?
29
27
29
32
31
34

Pet.

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.532
.517
.508
.491
.484
Mi
.424

G3
3
4
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6
7

AMERICAN LEAGU1

played the best ball of the young
season, and that includes Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, despite the two wins socrcd
by last year's chamns'

Coach Edgar McArthur plans to

start tonight's game with his tall

est and best material. His proba proba-ble
ble proba-ble first five' could have the fol

lowing:- Kicmer (6' 47), Nickesher
(6' 2"),: Nesbitt (6 3"). Trout (&'

1 ) and Kirkland Or Horine. both

slightly under 6. : .. : :,

Probable starters for Nacionnl

could be Luzcando, Agard. Ardi-

nes,- Reyes and Frazer. This bat-

tie- oi, giants should bring out the

mucn assed question "who is the

LEADING
PITCHERS

..( Based on

S decisions)

7T a .ti'j v trn
".!m?rt!!3!158'fttw '' '"a'.." "" agrJwwt jiiiliimiTI Jljlll1ltf flu.jrt: M JLJIItn
I i t i i

National League ; "W L
McMahon, Braves-i $ 1

Phillips, Cubs ;L j. 51
McCormlok, Giants 4 1
Purkey. Redlegjr". , 8 'S
Rush, Braves. s 5 2

American' League W L
I.arsen. Yankees 5 1

Ford, Yankees 8 2
PapDas. Orioles 4 1
Hyde, Senators -41
Turley,, Yankees -, 10 3

est nwu, uieu "... Rirhter nr. AuarHO T act ii

n the

the same; club

vear that Bobby finished his pre- ficnrer;- or -:Agarq? Last year

w hTi. lookins on from afar. ,was, at ... disadvantage in

though,;Exley will obably '-.'Xt
"Th is my dear y beloved son, sessions regularly. V
Jwhom llm welfpleased.;vfr .However tfns year whh Gene

coueagues in nightly, workout in
Canal Zone gymnasiums under the
watchful eyes of McArthur, he
should in some wav regain t some

oi me lorm be displayed while
snor,ting the colors o his Alma,
Matery Denver University.

, aiovemtn vi Ktnt in Opener
The. lidHfter should finit- Vertoo.

tion gunning for their. umnA

wow a. handsomk vniin? mant -.iu. u) -.-.-. ? wt'""?

Hw .tnH; five-foot. ox scu i? u KenP .cigarettes. The Stovemen

tenandrone-halfto

oua - visaiiiuus rauama live
blankmg the Red Sox,- 1 Wednesday night, 60 to 58 with

wvnn -wnn nas won inuic i im tm tin whic a ,nttninn w

, i ..... ... ... 1. ...it ,,.,.uuv uuuuuiiiJt U 11 dllli
than afly active pitcher, struck out jhe b?u flpinniBg ground the .rim
eight and walked only two in gai..- of the basketj in an attempt jf
ing bis seventh triumph ot tne successful would have tied up th

campaign- 1 uiditn ai w-aii.

jient. in dpfenrintf r cror in.T

Today's Games, f
St. Louis at Milwaukee
San Francisco at Philadelphia
Chicago at Cincinnati ? v,
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh
Yesterday's Results.
(Night Game)

S. Fco, 040 000 0004 8 0

Phila. r 200 000 201--11 1

McCormick, Gomez. (5-6). and

Schmidt. v'.v--:-v v-s-v- h

Simmons, MeyerriTareH,',Hearn

(1-2) :.nd' Lopata." ;lv v-i

, -V ( Night Game)'1' ".'?' i

Los Angeles 000 010 QOOrl j 0

Pittsburgh .? 101 000 OOx 2 6 0
Koufax (3-3), Labine, Klippstein,
Kipp and 'Pignatano. 1 ,J
Witt (1-0) and Foiles.

New York
Boston
Kansas, City
Detroit
Chicago- l.

Cleveland

Baltimore

Washington ,v.

W L Pet. OB
38 20 Mi

31 .5C0
30 '..492
30 .472
31 .475
33 .448
31 .444
32 ::A'j

27

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Today's Games' '.;
New York at Detroit
Boston at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Cleveland
Baltimore at Chicago ; 1'

Yesterday's Results
- (Nioht Gamel.'. r'

wew York V 000 100 0001
Detroit ; . .. 000 003 40x-i-7

7 t .1 y

!

H ''ty&t Trucks, Shuts h''

Bunning. (W) jind Wilson!

sv s'(Nlght Game) ;
Washington- at Cleveland
(Postponed,; rain) .-

Player Of The Day

By United Press International
-EARLY WYNN-

VWinnin'g pitcher Early

,y nn. 1 ,4 1

That notation appearea in i nn-

(Night Game) ',

Chicago 700 02Z 000-11 12, 1

Cincinnati ? 000 020 100 3 12' 1

Phillips (5-1) and S. Taylor
Purkey (8-3i, Schmidt,' Laowrt.

Lawrence, Nuxhall and Bailey.

, "'-(Nioht Game)- '.

St. Louis I 000 100 011-3 4 tl

Milwaukee 210 000 04x 1 '7 2

Jones (4-7), Muffett and Land-

rith.

Rush (5-2), McMahon and Rice.

Pet

.857
'.833
.800
.727
-.714
1
Pet.
-.833

800
.800

.800
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Sports Briefs

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'V nietT OF YfilJR TASTE 1,4

at ar ..!,"' . o-r ..' i: 'i 1 --" 'Ii

! Tlie Dwarf Bullfighten v
t for the First Time

in' PANAMA'

Art -Courage -Beauty1

. LUIS PRIETO ;
t 1 nilTSTANDING FIGURE

lOr COLOMBU BULLFIGHTING
1 (NO KILLING OF ThE BULLS)

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CHICAGO UPI)4-Ray Zagar,

former Marquette hallback, na

signed: his 1958.'. contract with UV

Chicaeo Cardinals of the National

I .Football League Zagar was the

Cardinals' M9ch draft choice In

1956,: v but military service pre

1 vehted" him from seeing any ac ac-1
1 ac-1 tion with the club. 1 v

I ARGONAUTS SIGN SCHREWIER

F6RT HOOD, Tex.- (UPI)-fhe

Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian-Football
League have sighed 1

Meenan Schrewier te a new con contract.
tract. contract. Schrewier, former Univer

sity or Texas na, naa Deea a
holdout for-two" months. He- signed

when. Toronto: came through with
boost in pay f 4

DROBNY SUSTAINS INJURY
' LONDON (UPI) Jaroslar Drpb-

ny;1 former '.'Czech Davis Cup star
who" won the 1954 Wimbledon sin singles
gles singles crown, may miss this year's

tourney: opener; Monday Decause
of, a sprained ankle. Drobny, who

makes his nome.ingypi. sus

tained the mjury Thursday In a

doubles m a-t-c h at London s
Queen' Club. ; ;
, T FEAR. CARDINALS
"M.lwankee (NEAV The Mil

waukee iBraves do not believe that
the San Francisco Giants wilL give

them, as much trouble as me si.

Loiis Cardinals. n f

fODAY-EieCANTO;35-.2C

: Camercm Mitchell lit

1 1 "MONKEY ON Mi JBAUli

jjiay -lyier m s
1 "BOP GIRL GOES
rAl.YPSO"

c y

-ten

still looks trim at .145 pounds,
which is 30. pounds Over. Wr for former
mer former riding weight.-; i
He won his first race as a
ereen 15-year-old kid with the na.
tive .mare Sweetheart In August
1945 and that victory sent him off
to a brilliant-riding career which
ended in 1950. r
Hfs last" winner was in May

1950 when he booted home the na

tive mare Marseuesa. Soon alter

that h left for the States.

Accordine. to the doctor, 1 tne

hert horse he ever rode was one

tim track ch amnion Okinorl. a

r hpstnnt oroduct of Chile wno

gave Bobby his onlv President s

rioccip vuinnpr In 1947.

He-.lso pil'oted Okinorl to -two

nther dassic Victories. the Renu

blica. de Chile in 1946 and the. Hi

nnrtfnmn Nscional in 1947. :

The great OkinorL-was owned

bv late sportsman Antonio Angul-

to a and trained bv Henry riOKe-

awavV White, who Bobby calls
his favorite trainer. White sad saddled
dled saddled manv a: winner hat heined
give the former ace three riding

rhamninnshins.

Early, in 1 his career, iBODuy
whose record of honesty as a rid rider
er rider is "as clean as '.a hound's

tooth," was suspended for 30 days

for "incompetent riding.'!

At 58, he still Is consided one hama 53 to-43 on Monday nizht

. it. -..I'.m .MitilHaWcf : 1T1 "I flK 1 1 : i, . v

OI ine pieilHBl ; a
Ameripan League, the ,.kind ot
v..i auttrv! mnnaeer would Uke

tn have nn his S18IJ u ne uou

bin that one ble money game.

v Teammate uick uonovau sumo
wnn hqt. nerhaDS. :

"He is, more than any other
pitcher I have evcT seen,- a Pro Professional."
fessional." Professional." Donovan says.
The White Sox acquired Wynn

In a deal wtlh Cleveiana iasu ...

Droke into the win column.. Per.

domp's boys dropped Wednesday's

tilt against Marlboro as -Emmett

Bryant spearheaded a 71 .to 56

bmokert numph. with 18. points. -The
first contest will get under.

way at 7:30 p.m.

Pacific Basketball

c.ai-'.I Aavit anH'iniehts thi

season White Sox manager m
ezi ta personal t,anks Llinic June 23-24

BERWICK TO CANADIANS

The' Pacific Side Chapter of the
Intprrlatinnnl Association nf an.

VANCOUVER; 3-C. (UPI) Ur- proved Basketball Official will

ban (Urbo). Henry, Georgia j ecn conduct a clinic at Fort -Clayton'

ovio has neen sieneo oy ie neeuer Acvmnasium startine at

Britisn Columbia Lions of the Ca- p.m.: Monday and Tuesday,; June

hadian FootBall Leaguenenry, its anq' ,.m me cunio will consist
six.four. 255-pounder from Ber- of rule hitervretations,'. officials

;.!. : was: the fourth dralt techniques and practical work

choice ef the Los Angeles Rams. Larry Chance and Lew Hilzin

ger, wen Known local Dasketball

In a
I u up

acaBCMcanasasaH

CAPITOLIO

35c. .. ZUC.

'the amazing
colossal- man
with Glen L&ngan
. .-.Ajs-pl.'i ---NAKEr
PARADISE"
vlth.lB,'Garl?hd

TIVOLI:
35c. .. SOr.
'.Spanish PrognamT
IA MUJER
. v MARCADA 1
Ana 'Lulsa Pelaffo

ECHENME DLGATO
with .Ariadne Welter,

:ViC7!OJlM

ftne ivosT crn: :
ijChap. M-J)
,. .FRANKENSTEIN
4 FORBIDDEN v
t 1 WOMAN (

I5C.

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'LOTTERY NIGHTl
' TRAPEZE :

, with Tony Curtlt
" j--;AisO.':ss ;
with Anthony Quinn

I

sBbvviVe At you? service center ir

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MOST VALUABLE

r

Hahover. N. H.' (NEA) Art

Quirk .Dartmouth unior Ditcher. Hansen, F

was' chosen the most valuable Lauber. F

player in the Eastern Intercolle. Foster, C

'. vr r: ' ;(..-. . fe
(Night Gam.)
Baltimore ;; 000 111 000-3 J5 fli,
Chicago ,v 000 014 00x-5 9"0
Harshman (5-6), ZuverinK,' Leh.11
man and Triandos. A
Donovan,, Shaw (2-2) and Lollar.'-'
-v' v. t ? . .... V
(Night Came) '
Boston.. ', .010 200 000-4 8,0

Kansas uty 010 040 OOx 5 5 A u
R. Smith (3-2), Delock and Whie.., ,.

' lerry (5-5), .Tomanek and

bmitn.

&eorge Dixon's 41 Points

Sets New Army Atlaritic;

Basketball Scoring Record

, .-t

C Comapny; 1st Battle Group.

20th Infantry's guard George Dixon

hit a new individual scoring record

in the Amry' Altantic Company
Level Basketball : Tournament

Thursday when he dropped 41

points" through the hoop to lead nis

teammates (to an 80.46 victoryoer

the luckless Navy Ga'eta Point
auintet. Thursday's first game saw

the USARCAKlB school cagers

rnnt.inue unde.eated in tournament

play by bombarding the 764th AAA

Battalion's A Battery so to zy. :

In C Comoanv's score.athon with

the Navy, Dixon had 19 field goals

and three chantytosses, to Dreaa

the USARCARIB School, cpneer

John Foster's previous mark of

40 points in only three quarteri of

play in a single game, wavy men
Frank Hallady and Jerry Snyder

tied for their team's high point no-

nors with 16 points each.
Meanwhile, in Thursday night's

first game between the USARCA.-

RIB School and A Battery -every.
hnHvAnlaved as the School cagers

""" E ,

cleared the beancn anaoniy v-nree

men out of the 10-man team taiiea

to scofe. Fpster aroppea m a

marks to lead the school s scoring

kffort.

Individual Scoring
USARCARIB School

. F6 FT IT

Myers, G
McLean F
Bmckley, r.,i'
Keller G 1
Kernan, F
Robinson, F

UOl'liS

i 6 012'

0 0 0

0 0'

0 13

0 2
0 0

.A"

J3;sa

A
Roselle, F
Bonk,"F
Theroite, C
Shirley, G--
Martinez,; G -Smith.
C '

Yancey, F,

Battery

giate League

,tpp, P

TO DAY;
' AND.
TOMORROW.

DRIVE-IN

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i a 3
: 11. 123
0 0 0

60co
30c

Halladay,

ateveson, F

lampitt, C -Aker,
G '
Snyder, G
Robertson, F

Lhanard, G

Galeta
F

Poinf

F

C Company

.WEEKEND RELEASE!

A THRILL-PACKED SUSPENSE
. DRAMA! -Li

SHE DIDN'T KNOW HER WAY AROUND
. ; MURDER! ",".'

I i i ,. y
)t FRAMED?
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- I
v 1 .: l..-?.-' K. .awM c mumanmaiH-....
'ir a Li"' u - ;

TODAY I O MIDNIGHT SHOW! O
- AT I DAN TAYLOR In
Tlm-P kA "TRACK THE MAN DOWN"

j r--a t3 ena ia :i3 -tz3

Reeves
Lee, F

Stallworth, C"
Roberts, G
Dixon, G
Pinckney, F":

FG"- Field

FT Free Throws

r xotal Points

Goals jv

l- S3 14 10

Crfci:n'$ S!::i:ai:
Pub M:;!3 Lc:fj
In II First Plice;

' i

NEW YORK. June 21 (TIPT1

Jack Crimian's shnutnnt. mfrhinif

Med' the Toronto Maple Leafs in.

io imi piace in tne international
League today t', ..:.,.:,

Lnmian blanked the Cuban Su.

gar -Kings,' 2.0, on a seven.hitter
at Havana last night to move the :

ideals a tialf.game ahead to the
slumping ..Montreal Royals, who
dropped a 6.2 decision to the Mia.
mi Marlins. Emilio -Cueche gave
up sin'gle runs to the Leafs in the
Second, and fourth innings and they
were all that Crimian needed.
In other Friday night games,
Columbus downed Buffalo,1 7-6, in
12 innings and Richmond's Bob
Chakales blanked Rochester; 6-0,
on eight hits. :

Bob Conley pitched all the way

to win a five-hitter for Miami, tak.

ing the decision from Charley Rab

when' the Marlins broke a 2-2 tie
with four runs in the eighth inning.
Columbus .'scored three runs in the

seventh and three in" the eighth
to tie Buffalo and' reliever Luis
Arroyo became the winner when
the Jets added the winning tally
in the 12th. k
. ' I
FEDERAL HILL 1
' i ' k
Oceanport, N. J. (NEA) FeJ.,
era,l Hill is due to join the Mon-
mouth Park string of Trainer B. -r
William verv shortly. The 1957 2

I Louisiana Derby winner has been

out sinct last spring s rreaaness.

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" I SITOR'S NOTE: Tommy Bolt,
his fM proftitiontls always
hid an vtn mpr al al-wt
wt al-wt rrd. No t th rw U U-mttd
mttd U-mttd Sfti Crr chimpiof.
Belt ay ht is tnreujH throwing
clubs. Th sports wwld is Iook Iook-in
in Iook-in at him cieioly because of
this as is Jimmy Brtslin, NEA
"staff errpoivfont,. in this xfirst
f tw dispatch' about orts of
flfr mst controversial figures.
ly JIMMY BRESLIN
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GRAND BLAxNC,. Mich. (JNKA)
la the afternoon Tommy Boit
was encased m raspberry Un?n
.sports jacket, yellow slack; and a
deep blue shirt, and as he walked
into the hotel lobby a woman sk.
ed the beUhop," "Isn't that Bolt?"
"Yes'm, that's him," replied the
bajtot?r. 'Kites pretty high these
days whit with winning that big
tournament."
The woman nodded and kept
taring at Bolt, the new celebri.
ty. :- ?- ' ;
"Later,' Bolt,' Grand Blanc for
lhe fSO.OOO Buick Open-Invitation
over the Warwick 'Hills Golf and
Country Club courie, wi dressed
more sedately for the evening, but
the supper club's heailwaiten kept
snipping his fingers an calling n
those Hinder him, 'Mister Bolt's
tible," to keep sevvite at 'near per perfect
fect perfect while Tommy, his head down,
puts large divot in sirloin, i
As the U.S. Open champion,
Bolt's world now is one of auto autotrophs
trophs autotrophs and offers and acclama acclamation.
tion. acclamation. v .v,;vi 'v;;;';
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IT i$ A LONG WAY frorn wha'
It was in .1950, ythen Lcamon
Couch, Durham, N,C, furniture
dealer, fave Bolt a second hand
automobile and a fresh bankroll ol
$100 and- put him bn the profes professional
sional professional tour again. Bolt, who had
been starved off lhe circuit, had
gone t work: as in1 instructor oo
a driving range Couch' owned.
The Open title is going to make up
for every, day Tommy was brok
in his .life. ''
"I've had an awful lot of them,'
he recalls. "Golf is a game yo'
just don't Pick 'up' overnight. Half
the time when t kid starts he scor scores
es scores well and then he wakes up ana
finds out just how little he knows
about golf. He's been playin' H as as-leep,
leep, as-leep, you. might 'say. Then Ittakrj
him time to get back up." :',
! The Open crown could make up
for every tantrum Bolt ever t.og.
d. It could mean that, at 39, Tom-,
my finally will take full advantage
f his nepiecr awing, the hall hallmark
mark hallmark of the top-notcherj and be
come strictly; big player and; bo.
temperish bloke who regards
the world as a pure enemy. ms
"It must have an effect on him,"
inusedJoseph C. Dey, Jr., the eice-cutive-secretary
who runs the U.
S. Golf .Association. "EverV place
he goes- golfers will b looKing sat
iiim. He is now a big name on the
tourf in clubs, everywhere. There
is no more need to get mad and
struggle and attract attention. He
has it all now."

Weill; Back With

May Give
By HARRY GRAYSON .
NEW YORK NEA) Al .Weill'
return as a promoter could mean
the first serious opposition for tne
International Boxing Club.
, Weill, the veteran campaigner,
itartfc with Tloyd Patterson, And
the case through Tex Rickard and
weight champion controlled the
beak, busting business. That was
until the IBC and national televi television,
sion, television, the -promoter with the heavy heavy-Jack
Jack heavy-Jack Dempsey, Mike Jacobs and
Joe Louis and James D.v Norrii
and Rocky Marciano.
Weill, a youngish, "active and
well-heeled 64, maneuvered quiet quietly
ly quietly in his move to match Patter,
ton with Roy Harris in Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles in early August

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. IF T TURNS OUT this way -and
the U.S. Open does make Bolt
-r- then you can put your thoughts
on the 15th hole of his last round
oyer; tulsa's Southern,' Hills, and
say, "That's the shot, that made
him.", , J 1
JBolt's drive was in the rough a.
yard off the fairway As, he left
the tee, he was snarling. -." .'
- "They ', promised to-ieu't 't h a-t
rough and they didn't," h' began,
then lapsed into naughty words.
Readying the ball for his sec second,
ond, second, Bolt again wis irrational. He
delivered a rousing address to no nobody
body nobody in particular. 1 1 j
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IBC Big Headaches

Weill, an avid movie magazine
reader with the imagination In
match, always wanted to go Holly
wood. A one-time prire wajtzer,
The Vest, as we knew him in the
old days) is still attempting to sell
his own life story to the movies.
'Tm not out .here filling mustard
pots fdf pastrami," he snorts via
long distance telephone. "I eash. eash.-ed
ed eash.-ed in my War Bonds for this one."
' FOR MONTHS, WEILL has been
requesting New York sports writ writing
ing writing friends tolay off Cus D'Ama D'Ama-to
to D'Ama-to and what, to them,, appeared to
be Patterson's crusading manag manager's
er's manager's silly notions.
i Weill is one of the mighty few
D'Amato will listen to. Cus stress.

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1 ''"Can't get a break," he snapped.
Before the Open, Tommy was
billed as the "new" i' Bolt. -Agiin
this was the old one.
"Get back." a guy said'. If he
blows this shot bad he is going...,
clubs and tlW; k
Instead, Tommy Bolt hlt i wood
180 feet to the pin 'One of the
finest shots of man lile" and the
temper disappeared.'1 "K1j. ; r
' If it was replaced b'y'lteaW golf
for good, tnen the gam has a
great champion. .' q
NEXT: Tommy Bolt beat him.
self. v
es the fact that Alphonse did him
a tremendous favor in connection
with his negotiations for the first
Patterson-Hurricane Tommy. Jack Jack-son
son Jack-son sera at Madison Square Gar Garden.
den. Garden. At that time, it may be re
called,' there was -ma some ques
tion as-to whether Marciano hand hand-tion
tion hand-tion as to whether Marciano hand,
led by Weill, would box again. A
nyway, D'Amato was placed in a
.position where he hoisted the I V
ante from 400 to 140,000. . ;
' Three weeks or so ago; Weill or
ganized the Armand Sporting Club
and applied to the California State
Athletic Commission for a license
to promote in Los Angeles. Alrea
dy possessing the sole rights to
Patterson, his next siep was to
surreptitiously sign Harris, in e
fourth-ranked heavy, through : his
long time confrere, -Lou Viscusi,
who guides the Cut and Shoot, Tex.
clouter.
WEILL SETTLED THE video
en'd of the Pattersonflarris im imbroglio
broglio imbroglio by. closing with Tele-Prom
ter, the more 'important of the
closed theater circuits,
To give the production's strong
home front, he cut in the-Hollywood
American Legion for seven-and-a-half'
per cent offthe top.
He arranged for the rental of
wrigley Field, hoped to land (he
Los Angeles Coliseum. ;
Violent objections v came from
the Olympic Auditorium people,
who hivfi Zora Folley and Pete
Rademacher paired on July 24 and
Carmen 'Basilio and Art Aragon on
Aug. 28. - n
Weill, determined to cash in on
the present tremendous sports en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm in Los Angeles, only ask asked
ed asked to be sandwiched in on Aug. 4.
He desired that date because he
wanted to go with Patterson again
in September.
HE HAD A STRONG HAND be because
cause because he could take his show else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. He believed, it would draw
from $600,000 to $700,000 at the
gate, plus the simulcasting' swag.
Weill, who as a kid ran errands
to eat, hastn't changed since mov moving
ing moving to the movie colony j where he
is ensconced in the swank Hollywood-Roosevelt
Hotel. The tele,
phone number is Hollywood 9-2ft2
in case some of his Broadway pals
want to call him with the charges
prepaid..

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Cunning Paces Tigc-rs
To Sixth Consecutive
Victory Oyer Yankees

- By 'MILTON RICHMAN ;
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NEW YORK, June 21 MUPI) MUPI)-Better
Better MUPI)-Better get junior away from
that cage because that fact and
mangy Detroit Tiger everyone "Us "Used
ed "Used to kick around suddenly is act
ing up like a Blood-thirsty :. man-
eater again. '.
You can blamel it on a cbuple
of buys who are fteding him, Jim
Bunning and Al Kaline, or may-
ce neaa-Keeper am norman, un-,
r tn, .:
ed. Bengal nas movea up tromthe

Kui.i.i-aii lieacue ceuar wi wnnin.ea nil mtli victory with ; hpln

a half-game of second place.
The Tigers rippeu the Yankees
for the sixth straight -time this
season last night 7-1, behind a
spectacular 14-strikeout perform-
a nee by Bunning before
fans at Detroit. i
53,168
Bunnlng's strikeeuf total,
which included Mickey Mantle
- three times, was only four shy
of the maor league recerd ef
II strikoouts Set. by Bob Feller
of Cleveland against Detroit,
oct.1j,.mi..;;;t,y
' ',v.: -'-'-i 'X'i";',) ;'''.'"':;;:'''
r The skinny. 26-year old rieht
hinder pitched his finest game of
the; year en route to his fifth vic victory,
tory, victory, yielding only, five hits, one
of which was Yogi Bern's nth
homer in the fourth innine. Were
it hot for that : blow, Bunning
would have had his second straight
shutout over the .Yanks, .whom he
blanked, 3-0, in New York last
Sunday.
:''.v-l:.sir' :;'.i'''l'V;;i5
'. Kaline did his part,' too, chip chipping
ping chipping in with' a pair of :. doubles
that drove in two rum, extended
his hitting streak to 17 gimes and
helped send Bob Turler down to
his third defeat s against 10 tri
umphs. .,;t'V f il!,,VMI'.'!-!l.J 1-l-jrj
. The -Tigers now have won eighj
out of 10 under Norman since he
tootr pver- the managership front
Jack Tighe.
t, M,
Desoite the loss, the ; Yankees
remained nine games in front of
the second-place Red Sox. ; who
were beaten by the Athlectis." 5-3.
Bill Tuttle's two-run double in
the, fifth inning off Boh (River
Boat) Smith broke a 3-3 tie and
high-lighted la four-run Tilly that
carried Rilph Terry to bis fifth
victory. Jackie Jensen hit his
18th .homer for Boston. : t
. A fine relief Job by Bob f Shaw
enabled the White Sox to top the
Orioles, 5-3. Shaw, obtained In a
trade with Detroit;' last Sunday
took over for itarter Dick Dono Donovan,
van, Donovan, held Baltimore scoreless over
the last four frames and wdiind
up with the victory. Jack Harsh Harsh-man
man Harsh-man of the Orioles had a 3-1 lead
rntil th ith when the White
Sox rallied for four runs on a I

homer by v Jim Landis, : Rayness.,

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JOE WILLIAMS

One of the first things children
get for Christmas is a hobby horse,
yet one jf,the lirst taboos they
become aquainten with it that ihe
horse parks are not for,, children.
-Hut wny, aaaayor ;
"Eat your itetf and shaddap,
that's why.'"0'-';k'a!'
v Ig' it any wonder they grow into
crazy, mixed up kids and express
their confused emotions by misi
chievously slugging cops, banging
teacher$ over the head. with b jti jti-ball
ball jti-ball bats nad carving up dopey,
inoffensive stransers? ii, &
Juvenile delinquency? J, Edgar
Hoover begs to differ. Its parental
delinquency. John Hanes, boo man
for New York flat racing, agrees,,
so from now on children, accom
panied by parents, are- to be ad
mitted to the local tracks. As a
contribution to togetherness, Mr .:
Hanes appears to believe this may
prove to be the finest thin that
h hnnened to the American
home since fronzen foods.
Still, and with all' due deference
to Mr. Hanes' Concern for family
rapport, and the bold preservative
action he's taken, we fear this
may be wishful thinking. No matter
how thin you slice it, the fundam fundamental1
ental1 fundamental1 raison d'etre of racing is
betting. and children won't be
allowed to bet.
"Why daddyo?"
"Eat your hot dog and shaddap,
that's why."
' Restless Breed
At what precise stage a race
tracker conies of age is speculative
A personal experience puts it no
lower than. 12. Driving back from
a Maine camp, whence we had
eone Jo fetch' one of the young
heirs, we paused to visit Lou
Smith, at his Rockin?ham track in
Salem, H. H. As this was ostensi ostensibly
bly ostensibly a social visit, th rigid Puri
tanism indigenous to the retrion
was relaxed to admit the liberated
camper.'- c,-' '-. v
1 Horseback riding having been
one of the camp actitlvities, the
heir at least knew one end of a
rHn? animul from the 6ther. so
when the field came out, for, the

first 'Tacee'-ttrgedPick-'Otrt'thatTrfsger- hasn't?- Mavbe-MrJ

th once you hik will win."
We like to fel this was warm
cozy gesture of palship, inspired!
by the tenets of modern child bsv
chology, that .it was totally unre

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Boone's two-run' double and a sa
crifice fly. v 1 ,;
- Rain washed out the Cleveland-
Washington game. ..
' The Milwaukee Braves Increas
ed their National League' lead to
three games with a 7 3 decision
over the St. Louis Cardinals. Mil
iwaukee did it xall with home runs
Eddie .Mathews hitting his 14tb
with one on in the first inning,
Johnny Logan belting his sixth in
ttie second and Hank Aaron slam
ming his 11th in the eighth with
the bases loaded., Bub Rush. post
ffom Don McMahon, Sam Jones
was the loser, i
. Reekie Pitcher Geprge Witt ef
.the Pirtti. scored his first ma ma-lor
lor ma-lor Uague victory when h ado-
ed the Dodgery 21; WIUfi re-'
citltd from Celumbui ef : the
lnrnatienil '.' League earliar
this. Mk, gave up six hit sand
struck cut eight., Loser Sandy
Keufix Issued both Pirate runs,
one of which was driven in by
Ted Klusxtwskls double and the
other en Dick Grtat's aecrifiee
Ruben Gomez walked Harrv An
dersontwith the bases full in the
ninth to give the Phillies a 5-4
win ever the Giantk. The Phillies
triumph was 'featured bv Jack
Meyer's nifty relief sting during
which he struck out eight batters
and held the Giants scoreless in
5 2-3 innings after taking over for
starter Curt Simmons. Ex-Giant
Jim Hearn wai the winner, how
ever.
The Cubs pounced) on Bob Pur
key and Wlllard Schmidt for sev
en runs in the first inning .and
then breezed to an 11-3 victory o o-ver
ver o-ver the "Redlegs-in a game halt
ed by rain in the ninth.' South Southpaw
paw Southpaw Taylor Phillip! ol Chicago
notched his fifth tyiclory although
giving up nns, mciuaing a pair
ui uuuicia v;, (iiiu xvouinson.
For A Pult
-,i i-ity w -tc 1 -it s' ,' w
DUBLIN (NEA) : A railroad
runs through w the Woodbrook
course, near London, scene of this
year's Irish Hospitals tournament.
Bobby Locke was about to putt
when a train pulled into a station
on, the course. Locke waited for
the train to. start, The train wait,
ed for Bobby to putt.. Fma'ly" the
engineer got out and joined the
gallery.- 7
' Locke lank the putt, the engi engineer
neer engineer climbed back on the' engine
and the train went about its busi.
lated to a desperation born of an
extended losing streak, and that the
ancient line, 'out of the mouth of
babes, etc.!' was no more than ja
fugitive thought.
- We left the heir in the appre apprehensive
hensive apprehensive custody of Mr. Smith.
slipped! away and bet the horse.
11 won.f our parental pride bloorn-
ed in full, rich hue as the same
procedure paid off on the second
race. Not .the field had come ovit
'Pop, this time, I want to bets
too," the heir said, reaching, for
his pocket. 1
This, .of course, was most dis disturbing.
turbing. disturbing. Even worse, the horse he
picked, out was big, hippy, dap-1
piea gray, in xne ; pawis or me
track, a lead pony. It may : take
time1 for the inexberienced young
to praso the incidentals, but they
seem tor get the main idea speedily i
enuugn. ,
s Also. Mr. Hanes must'realize
how quickly children weary of, a
new adventure. If the piggy bank
plungers are forbidden the promis promised
ed promised delights' of avarice, i how lone
can the innocent thrills of betless
racing hold their interest?.. Re-1
sourcefullv. thev'H prohahly settle
this problem by booking among
themselves.
Paper Money Bets 4V V
A cynicot view; is that Mr.
Hanes is largely concerned with
creating horse players for the fu-1
ture, a vulgarism with which we'
refuse to be associated, even though!
we aopreciate--that he and his
wealthy associates have large, long
term notes to meel. ,
In any event, a program musti
be devised calm the enercics!
and rivet the childish attention.
How can daddyo make his selec-i
tions with a restless brat, tugging
and whining. 'What can J do now?
. -Or, "Let's go, we'll wiss the1
Mickey Mouse show on TV.", t I
Booing Arcaro will soon cease to
be fun. Watching Spencer Drayton
fM heels chase touts is a dreary
substitute for cowbovs and Indians.
And "what has Gallant Man trot
Hanes should let them bet naoer
money. If they are to start young,
they might as well start right.
T.ike daddvo. thev can't win. anv
how.

Gun Club' hates

C.Z. POLICE BEAT BALBOA
GUN CLUB IN PISTOL MATCH
; The C. Z. Police pistol shooters
beii. the Balboa Gun Club hard hard-gunners
gunners hard-gunners in a pistol match at the
Balboa Ff lice Pistol Range last
Saturday, by scores of 762 to 722
and 752 to 730. The match was
shot twice and scores were baa baaed
ed baaed on the top four shooters of
each telm.
- MATCH 1
Police
Stewart
J92
191
m
V62
183
191
186:
13J
722
gelke
tia
ayes'
Fetaer
'1
v Gun Club
Bass
Mcllvaine
Buxton
Bjers
MATCH 1
. Police
Priest
Engeike
Stewart
Fettler
193
1M
138
183
7sT
Gun Club
Buxton
198
192
183
137
Mcllvaine
Bass
Byers
73ft
, Lt. Howerth, Captain df the Po Police
lice Police Shoo.eri and C. B. Mcllvaine
Post Intramural ;
Basketball league
l Jr. f-
Ad-Slar Game Set
Two talen'ed all-star teams se selected
lected selected from the recently conclud concluded
ed concluded post, intra mural baske. ball
league will play at Fori Clyalon's
Reeder gymnasium on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, 25 June at 7 p.m..
The all itar aggregations, which
have been; designated as Red
and Blue teams, will be coacned
by Sp.2 Ralph Dixon and Sp-3
Gleason, Pfc Stan Christian, Dar Darnell
nell Darnell Santord, Jim. Ward and Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Canada are included in t?ie
array of all-stars.
. n
, Gleason. who hails' from June
tion City, Ohio, was voted the!
most outstanding player during
regular league play. Expected
to see plenty -.of action are new newcomers
comers newcomers Sp-9 Ken Pannell Pri.
vates First Class Don Thompson,
Henry Hansard and Elmer Kob.
lock. ',-.
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.' The public Is invited to attend,
Admission is free.- ';.
PREMATURI INQUIRIES' ;
NEW YOfW MTPn Triiman
Gibson, nrpsirfpnl Hi lha Tntarnu.l
tional Boxing Club has been kept!
busy ill week answering ques.ions!
about the date of th Joe Brown-1
Kennv Lane lishiwii-h' till fiolit t
His reply. to all was: "No "date1
or site has been set because the 1
match hasn't been made yet", ;
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Captain of the Gun Club Shooters
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the next match, which will be
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LeVee ,V i. 1 .177
, Deming v 167'
s McDonnell : & )53
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A regular non-regis ered SO ta
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Club tomoww,- beginning at 1C
a.m. sharp;', :...;v :
The program will consist of two
16-yeard 25-target events, sho:
lympitf style, which takes, a little
longer but is a lo. more fun. TJ
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Netting Fish
For Record

COLUMBUS, O. (NEA) Vie
Dorris keeps records when he goes

usning. . ,.. :
As soon as Dorris "lattst eaten vi Z :
is in the net, be Co mbus fisher' "
man whips out a no i xok and ent enters
ers enters all the vital itatuocs. He no t
the species and size; as well a
the locale, the time of day lemf ;
perature of ihe mlsr and diic"
tion of the wind, il any, and th4
bait and jpy unusual circumstauo- -' f
es. '.:..;'.' ; .U U
Dorris checked back and disco. 1
ered thai since 1950, when he be--gan
keeping records, he has caught "
29,726 fish, most of them released. ...
They weighed a total ef eigh.-and- .&
a-haif tons. He counted bluesUis'. .('
only when they were more tb-tiisn
six inches, crappies more thnq-
eight, bass more than 10 and trou(,-.y v

more -uan i.
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SIIICE.OPEIIIIiO
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WE HAVl RETREATED
AND REPAIRED
MORE JHAN 4;
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' (One Quarter of a, Million)
BETTER PRODUCT .,'
ALL TYPES
DE PANAMA; S.A.
over ride on GOODYEAR ',
any other make
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Jul. ,11 Jul. 19
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; Automobiles : Apartments

FOR SALE: Jaguar 2.4, litre,
4 eoors -teds. Less than 6000
miles. Cell 3-6824 tiMmi.1

y FOR SALE: 1951 Volkswagen,
f low mileege. than Cristobal
. 2389.' i :-- -i ;v-:-:::r v

F0R SALE: One owner, 1953
Portiac Chiefton by-dramatic, ra ra-'
' ra-' die, heater, other extras $700.
Call S.F.C. Olivar Ft. Gulick 08-
75 J home, 08-485 office.
- FOR SALE- Dodge 1957, V-l, V
2 doors, hardtop, autotamic tram
mission, power steering, radio, -(
ww tirs. for S2.365.00. Leaf Leaf-lnj
lnj Leaf-lnj soeril Panama 3-1362.-,'
FOR SALE -Oldmobile, 1 948,
. 4 -deer sedari, hvdramatie. Good
condition; Call Gatun 463.
FOR SALE : Lata 1 956 f Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 4 eiabr Bel-Air,, ww, low
mileage.! Exrollcnt condition.
Phone 2-3524.
BARGAIN! SAVE $$$
AUTOS EISENMAN ; offers For
Sale the following automobilei in
perfect mechanical condition:
1952 Chevrolet ledan 4 door,
tirei, upholstery arid paint new.
$650.00.--V.-:in:Ml:'v;V',:U-.
1951 Chevrolet 2 door, radio,
DP. $395.00. ..s";.fK';VS's;;
1 954 Chevrolet sedan, 4 door,
new tlrei standard transmission,
examined. $795.00. v f
1 952 Oldamobila "I' 4 door,
1951 Oldsmobila 4 door, $395.
1952 DeSoto Custom, A door.
$495.00;-v4f.' v;-'
. 1953 Dldsmebilo "98" 4 door.
$695.00. v;i
,1952 Bulek convertible.' $39$.
' 1952 Buick 4 doer. $39 5. ,00.
1 953 Packard 4 door, radio.
$495.00. fK-.i "' u
1 955 ford-Ranch Wagon,, new
paint and tires $1,195.00.,
1949 Ford Pick-up, new paint
: $495.00. '' - t
All day next to Coca Cola' Bot Bottling
tling Bottling Co. Telit Panama 2-2616
-. 2-4966. L-.4:,.;jt::h?.
FOR SALE. 1951, Pord tudor
ir) excellent mechanical condition;
$375.00. 2309-A, Balboa, te1ev
v phone ,2-1337, zn-
FOR SALE: Henry 4. First data
condition. Call Balboa 2384 after
: 3:30 p.m.' yittP
" Hillman Husky 1956 top con condition,
dition, condition, radio, beat offer. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-"7367
"7367 3-"7367 nights end Sundays.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white, radioj power steering;
2-I89U 2-1895 weekdays, 3-
7367 nights and Sundays,
23 Officers From
Brazil, Colombia
Here This Monlh
"Thirteen Brazilian Army t)fic t)fic-crs
crs t)fic-crs and 10 Colombian Army offic offic-'
' offic-' ers' will have visited installations
IjsARCARIB in Panama by
th pnrl nf. June. 1

: oeven Brazilian officers arrived

. here June 11 for eight days of or
ieatation with tne Vb4th AAA Bat
talion at Fort Clayton.

' riveu'Tuesuay to study r-igineer
' activities here". They, are'speuding
:tnree days with the USAKCAR1B
Engineer, Section adn two with the
1st Battle Group, 20th infantry at
, I'ort Kobbe. ;'" ',:', t
jTwo Brazilian officers will arrive
J una, 26 for orientation on Quarter-master
activities. ...

Ten officers of the a, Colombian
Army arrived Tuesday for 11 days
; of orientation on all the technical

services of the command.
All visiting officers are being
- billeted at the Fort Clayton BOy.
The guests from Brazil re; Li.
Col. J, De Nelo Mourao, Lt. Col.
' Ismar Gonzaga Roland, Maj. Fer
t nando Meirelles da Fonseca, Capt.

Humberto-De Castro Barbosa, Ma
rio Ferreira Gordoso, Capt. Hua
rio Sranco de Nello- Lima and 1st,
Lt. Lucimar BastoskJouveia, visit visiting
ing visiting the 764th AAA Battalion.
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. 1 Also, Maj. Wilson De Souza Pin Pin-to,
to, Pin-to, Capt. Walter Machado De Mi Mi-v
v Mi-v ranoa Filo. Capt. Hildemiro Fe-
1 rreiro Vilaca and Capt. Paulo
Menaes Nernandes visiting the
Engineer Section; and Capi. Sm Sm-val
val Sm-val Senra Martina and 1st. Lt. Or Or--
- Or-- lando Lopes visiting (the Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Section...-.o'!iU':iw:''
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The Colombian officers include:
.Lt. Col. Louis ,M. Ochoa; Lt. Col.
Oscar Uribe, Lt. Col. Mario Ace Ace-vedo,
vedo, Ace-vedo, S. Maj. Alfonso Tories, Maj.
.sose A. Dimas, Maj. Pablo Al Alba,
ba, Alba, Maj. Louis E. Varela, Maj.
' Ger.zain Garzon, Maj. Romulo Pa Pa-'
' Pa-' tiiio, and Maj. Enrique Niclota A A-cevedo.
cevedo. A-cevedo. :-j:,-;xy--

ANNOUNCE NEW: BULB
BLOOMFIELD, N. J.-(UPI) -Westinghouse
Electric Corp. says
-it-ha new 4ight bulb, that ladies
will love to stand under, Accord According
ing According to the company, 'the bu b,--called
the ''eye saving white"
smooths out harsh shadows in
glarelrss light. "They are flatter,
injr to the complexion and to dec.
orations," Vice, President F. M.
Nrpn said in announcing the new
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FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-dining,
etc. Via EsoaAa No. 117
from 2 p.m. U 6 p.m. Tel. 3- i
1717. -v V'- .vNa, .'.,-'
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment unfurnished with 'din 'dining,
ing, 'dining, living room, large kitchen,
porch, garage, in El Cangrejo,
also newly furnished one bed bed--
- bed-- room apartment. Call ,3-7453
Panama. ? i
j FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-;
; fur-; nished apartment. 2 bedrooms,
'" living-diningf oonlA large porch,
; Venetian blinds, garage, linen,
China glassware. Exclusive resi residential
dential residential section. Bella Vista, tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 1448. '
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
2 bedrooms, second floor, unfurl
nished or semifumished, hot wa wa-ter,'
ter,' wa-ter,' Mirage and maid's room. El
Cangrejo "K" St. No. 2 "Sarita"
apartments call 3-6269.
FOR RENT j Comfortable fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished one bedroom apartment.
Phone 3-5024 Panami.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmtnr, maid's room tr
service, garage Justo Arosame Arosame-na
na Arosame-na Ave, No. 37-1 1. Informa Information
tion Information 37h Street No.' 4-23.
FOR'RENT:CIjn one bedroom
furqished Apartment facing El
Panama .Hilton. ; Apply Foto El
I Halcori. Telephone 3-11 79.
FOR RENT t Furnished two bed bed-.
. bed-. rooms apartment, down stairs
plant. $80.00. lose de Fabrcga
Ave. No. 16. Telephone 3-6074:
FOR RENT: Luxuriously f ur-
nished apartments, decorated by
well known Tnterior decorator.
Rental-' 'includes all utilities,
- maid service, telephone and 24
'hour watchnlif. Ask at "Arte y
' Dacoracion" -Store in Edificio
Campe A leg re on Via Esparia
"across from Hotel El, Panama
i Hilton. Telephone 3-7425.
i FOR RENT: Spacious and inde independent
pendent independent apartment downstairs, 2
bedrooms' Altamira No. 12. Tel,
i 3-4553 from 9 a.m, to 4 p.m.
. For sal next 'lot. t
FOR RENT: Small modern
apartment in Bella Vista, convex
nient for two persons. 50 street
No. 41, half block Baturro gro grocery."
cery." grocery." 1
FOR Rf NT si-One bedroom fur-,
nished apartment in Bella Vista.
46-47 2dn Ave. Previously 48th
St.)
kFOR RENT; Exceptionally nice
. one room, apartment furnished.,
Campo Alegre, hot 'water, tele telephone.
phone. telephone. Call 1-1789.
US Disclaims Thai
Talks Commil Her
To Nuclear Ban
' WASHINGTON (UPI) ,'The
United States told Russia in a
new note Friday that U.S. partici.
pation in a forthcoming experts'
meeting at Geneva does not mean
this .country is agreeing in aa.
vance to a ban on nuclear, tests
The two countries had agreed
to begin scientific talks July 1
aimed at finding ways to police
any ban on nuclear tests which
might .be agreed upon in the fu.
ture ;
But lasr Friday Russia sent a
note to Vashingtoi saying: it as as-sumed
sumed as-sumed the Geneva meeting, In it.
self would mean a ban on nuclear
weapons tests. This was seen
here as av Soviet attempt to set
up a propaganda- tnrusi against
the United btates.
But the United Stales moved
quickly, to counter the thrust in
a .note delivered to Moscow n.
day. ' r" ,-.
It said the positions of both
countries"."regarding the relation,
shin between this meeting and the
cessation of nuclear tests" had fl
been detai'ed in earlier corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. 'This 'country repeatedly empha.'
sized in a series of letters be
tween President Eisenhower and
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
that the technical talks would, not
commit either side to a test ban.
The U. S. note said this country
"notes with concern that the (So.
viet) aide memoir of June 13 ap.
pears to shift from this agreed
concept of a panel of experts on
each side,? chosen on the bsis of
technical competence." t
"We consider that a useful
meeting, o.' experts can best be
conducted on the basis o' the orig original
inal original concept of i panel on each
side," the note said.
EXCELLENT
OPPORTUNITY
TOR EXPERIENCE?
BOOKEEPER,
Write Full Particulars"1
Giving;
Experience, References
' Etc.Mo x,
Box No. 3173 Panama

LFAVK YOUK AD WITH ONE Or OUK
INTERNAL. DE PL'BLICACIONIS Ne.

BARDO No. 2 'B Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J SI. e LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlveil "iu t,niuus 143 central Ave.
FARMACIA LtJX-164-Cenml Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. fee. de te pee Ave. Ne. 41 0 FOTO DOMt Juste Aneemena Ave. and S3 St. FAR.
MAC1A VAN DEB J1S-5 Street No. 5) FARMACIA EL BATVBBO p.rque Lelevre I Street FARMACIA "SAS" Vie Penrea 111 jfOVFJDADES ATH1S

Ben Ida the Bella Vista Theatre.
Miscellaneous
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice et dojuipmerlt.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J. St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E 6,1 NNERS SPEARFISHIN6
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLus
Gun Fins and Mask. . $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"r,Sf. liA-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE-GrE. clothes dryer
SI 25.00, Maytag wringer1 waih waih-r
r waih-r S50.00, 100 ft. wire and
lathe fencing $30.00. Navy
2J80.f-;'.,.Vx-':r.'i :'.,.?"';
FOR SALE: 7 H'. Fngidaire,; re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 60 cycles. Mahogany,
. ding table. Two burton machine"
outfits, all matching dyes. Belt
backing, etc. Phone 3-5024, Pa Panama
nama Panama
FOR SALEFrigidaire, 60 cycle,
new unit, tables. Call Balboa
2111..- -Vi-Jr'v-'tv
FOR 'SALE:- 10 gallon aquarium,
$11.00. 5 gallon aquarium with
light $7.50. 5 gallon aquarium
$6.00. 538-B Curundu Heights.'
- 83-2294.,- ; -X"'
NCR.' accounting-billing machine ;
with .stand, almost new- $950.
Including service contract; ad-'
ding machine Burroughs 10 key
electric IS months old $200;
diningroom- set inc.,', table, 4
chairs, Rattan $150; gas atova,
Kenmoro, -1957 model i $125;
call 2-1891, 2-189 weekdays,
3-7367 Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE) Mne piece ma mahogany
hogany mahogany diningroom et. Cheapi
Tel. 3-6042.
FOR SALE: 4 piece modern
sectional livingroom, ., Lionel v
trains with accessories, Sim Sim-mens
mens Sim-mens table. Navy 3929. ;
FOR SALE: Amateur radio
receiver nationaj NC-300. Excel
lent condition. Phone Curundu
2165. '-"".
prince Marries widow
Vf
GENEVA (UPI) Elderly
Prince Christian of Hesse married
Mrs, Annie Pear' Field, an Aus.
tralian widow, here last week, of.
ficial records.: showed yesterday
The bride, 51, 'widqw of -meat
E acker T. A4 Field, was born at
auncenstofl.v Tasmania.' The
pnnceA 71, ldentmea mmseii as
the son oL- Wilhelm Friedrich
Ernst: of, Hesse and '.Princess
Marie Caroline of Schleswig-Hol-.
stein.
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
- I mini.1 from tta heart of :
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely moderns conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private, bath. Hot and cold water.
, Price; $6 and $S dally,
with meals.
. 1 Cosmopolitan kitchen
- Hone riding. i
For reservations P. O.V
- Box 4459"
Manarert .Bill aid Elenor Jaspers
Miami Excursion
July 3 to July 7
Price $135.00
Fidanque Travel Service
International Jewelry
15 Central Ave. ?
LIFE INSURANCE
i call
r JIM RIDGE
.; General Agent f
' Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
SPEEDLITE 40
; ONLY $2 ..00
, ftANTAMWEIGlfT
-, ONLY 2.3 sbs.
Ll.llllll
Panaml 1 Colon

AGENTS O OUK brTICFS AT 1J37 "H" 8TBEET, 'PANAMA lIBRCTIA PKECIADO T Street Ne. IS AGENCIAS
3 Ultwv Plant CASA ZAUM)-Cntrl Ave. LOl'RDFS PHARMACT ISi La Crr,uilU f ARM At 1 A LOM-

Houses
FOR RENT: Furniihee" chalet
' two bedroom, Uvina-dininaroom,
bath, kitchen, U.S Army inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Phone 3-5351 or occur. 45th
St. 2-241 Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Throe months,
- beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
-in El Cangrejo completely fur-
nished. For information call 3-
3490. ,).
' FOR RENT: Modern, two story
' residence, five bedrooms, hot wa wa-:
: wa-: ler instillation, properly acreen acreen-ed
ed acreen-ed $20000. No. 39 street San
Francisco. Miguel Hive, phone 3 3-'4844
'4844 3-'4844 or 3-1130.
FOR RENT: In Rio Abajo cha chalet,
let, chalet, 9th street No,. 22-03 house
near bus stop. Tel 3-3644.
FOR RENT :Chalet 45th; street
Ho. 2-1 4S, call. Tel, 3-3948
from 7 a.m. to 12 noon,''
FOR RENT: Nicely '' furnished
, houie on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway 10 minutes from the
city. Ideal for Amhricana who
like comfort and have children.''.
Cool location surrounded by lawn '.:
and trees. Three bedroom with 1
closets, large living and dining-
-loom, kitchen with refrigerator,
gas stove, hot water, maid's,'
quarters, swimming pool, garage, -;
telephone. Rent $150 monthly.'
To responsible party only. Phone
-3-6202. wy-Hs 'cS!v
FOR RENT Chalet thro bed bed-teems,
teems, bed-teems, 2 baths, living-dining-'room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
neighborhood. ; v
FOR RENT t VACATIONERS i
bedroom,' bth, choise. location,
i bus service, reasonable rent by
! day, week, month. Breakfast if
desired. Owner former Canal
2ono resident; .. Write Mrs. Ell-
, aabeth B. Hunt, 2811 Leilee 7
; Lake Drive, North, St." Patera
: burg, 13, Fla. Phona Hemlock':
5-4194. v ;
Tilo Believed
To Be Subject
Of Red Parley
'MOSCOW (UPI)-The powerful
central committee of the Commu
nist Party Fndav -formalw nub.
lished the decree spelling out the
newest reforms in Soviet agreul
tural policies designed to realize
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev's
ambition to outproduce the United
States.
: ..... iM'ri-:VvW"--A''fc;'ji'',jt!
" ...' . ....
The decree was adopted ; at a
two-day meeting of the entral
committee in Moscow. The com.
mittee also elected as alternate
members of the 'ruling party Pre.
srdium i N.' N. Podgqrnyi, first
secretary of the Ukranian Com.
munist, Party, and B. S. Poly.
naski, prime minister of the Rus.
sian Republic, Both are regarded
as strongly pro-Khrushchev. ;
The communique did not lndl.
cate whether the committee, dis.
cussed other matters during the
meetings Tuesday or Wednesday;

Jones Taking Oyer From Garrett
As Boss Man Of 20th Infantry

' Next. Friday at Fort Kobbe's
parade ground Col. Ralph A.
Jones Jr. will officially take over
command of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry succeeding Col. Rob Robert
ert Robert W. Garrett. .. Headquarters, U.
S.. Army Caribbean announed to todays
days todays :"v',f:?.f:.,7V. '1
Garrett," commanding offer of
the 20th since July 6. 1957. leaves
the. Canal Zone July 2 for his
new assignment at the Command
and General Staff, College at Ft.
Leavenworth, Kans.', where he will
be on duty with the staff and fa faculty.:
culty.: faculty.: '; u::.h: ,,:'' :;'' vf :!
Whti USARCARIB'S COMMAND
Inlg general, Brig. Gen. illon L.
. I ( 1 1 A
ueaen, ana oiner muuary wsmu wsmu-ris
ris wsmu-ris in the reviewing sttod troons
from the Is' Battle Group, 20th
Infantry i will honor their new
enmmander, the fornier USARCA-
RIB G-3.
. Adjutant's Call Is scheduled for
9:40 a.m.. and dunnir tne ceremo
ny there will be ; a flyover consit
lritf-of three L-19's. '
Music will' be provided by r the
79th Army Band of Fort Clayton.
Followmg the change of. com
mand ceremony there will be -a
reception at the Fbrt Kobb Oeffi-
Cers U1UD ior Junes aim usuru,
In the evening a ba We group of
ficers'fnarty will be held tv- the
same. site.
Jones, a native of Jamestown,
N.Y. and a graduate of the Unir-
ed"StaterMHit9ry--AcademyTarTi-
ed in USARCARIB in 7 June
1956. Prior to his assignment
assistant chief of staff, G-3, x he
fwas deputy G-3 and program co
ordination officer
After service in the Kuropesn
Thesler of Operations. Japan and
Korea, Jones was assisncd to the

Home Articles

FOR SALix-Two felling beds
mattress SIS each, refrigerator
$30. Four burner gas Steve oven -30,,
'. mahogany dsessing table :
SI 5, mahogany dining table 7
chairs f 35, basket chair $4, me-
hogany buffet $20, 'twit piece
combination wall bookcase buf-'
fet 'space for Hi-Fi speaker slid sliding
ing sliding doors $70, all mahogany.-All
day weekends after -4 weekdays.
Behind Colegia Javier Apt. 15.
FOR SALE: 21" RCA-T.V.,
sewing machine, complete. De De-.
. De-. luxe ironer, A h.p. Tilbing-
Arbor power saw. vacuum clean clean-.
. clean-. at (art and attachments, wire:
fencing! Transistor radio, camera,
..baby LjumJ .seat, diaper bag,
carbed, automatic steriliser, baby
auto dew. All e xcellont condition.
No. 10, K. Street El Cfngreje J-
'6526. ..-;
FOR-$ALE Feruvian, 1 sterling t
ailver; "Sevilla", pattern. : I dei.
8 inch, plates, 1 dos. goblets, I
dos. sherbets, I water pitcher,
2 candle holders, price $325.00.
Mlnton China, "Shaftesbury,"
partem. Service for .6, v with" 8
extra pieces. Price $64.00,
Phone, Gatun. C. Z. 5-387.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi Silvertene
console with AM end FM tuner;
Call Albroek 7190.
SACRIFICE: Bedroom set consist consisting
ing consisting of king-siie Hollywood bed
with innerspring maftrassi' night
tables, cheat of drawee and dres dresser
ser dresser with bench. Dinette set cen cen-sistinf
sistinf cen-sistinf of tablo, 'sljc chairs and
buffet. Maytag, twelve, pound,,
- fully automatic washer, like new,
t used live months. Phone 3-7149. i
Resorts
Spend your weekends At Rio
Mar, the best beach In the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of Commo Commodities,
dities, Commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your aery.'
PHILLIPS Ocesnside Cottages
Sarita Clara R. de P. Phono Pa- ;
nlma 3-1 877 Cristobal 3-1673.
firamlleh's furnished beach house,
' Santa Clara, open until jury 20th.
i Phone Balboa, 4$ftv;.i'
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FOSTER'S Cottaee and Larger
Beach Hons, One mile past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1861
Baldwin's furniihsd apartmante
' at Santa Clara Beach, Telephone
'? Smithy. Balboa 368 1 .'f-H
It was 'announced ; that Khrush.
clev made .a major address but
neither the subject nor the text
was made public yet,V i
(Informed sources in London
said there is little doubt the main
topic of discussion: was Marshal
Tito's continued defiance of the
Kremlin leaders: and, the problem
of growing "revisionism'- in the
Soviet satellites.) ; xy, . ;
TO C LOS I SMELTINu PLANT
BOSTON (UPI)-U. S.' Smelting
Refining and Mining Co. said it
will, close, immediately '' its lead
smelter at Midvale, Utah;, because
of lack of sufficient lead imelt.
ing ore and concentrates being pro
duced.'
, V
COL. RALPH A.- JONES JR.
Presidio.' Monterey. Calif. before
Coming to this command.
Lt. Col. Tom A. Arnold, execu executive
tive executive officer of the G-3 Section US USARCARIB,
ARCARIB, USARCARIB, will temporarily : taku
over as G-3 until Col. : John: ? F.
Schmeher arrives in the latter
part of July.
Schmelzer's last assienment was
with Headquarters, 10th. U.S. Ar Army
my Army Corps (Reserves),' Boise, Ida.
Garrett is also a graduate of
the Military Academy at .! West
Point, The outgoing, commander of
of! the 20th, served un the Pacific
as 1 1 neater 'or. uperations aunng
World Wsr II and in the Far
East Command In 1952 Before
taking over the 20th, "Garrett was
post commander of Fort Amador,
a Position he had held since April
1956. .. j ..j

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: Boats & Motors

FOR SALE 15 feet tough wa waiter
iter waiter beat and trailer. Balboa 2 2-,1588.
,1588. 2-,1588. Heuie 5850 Diablo.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1942 Harley David David-ee
ee David-ee motorcycle $125.00 Upright
piano $125.00. Call Cristebsl
2420."
Lesson
, Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome- -- -re's
.cenversatienat system. Be-v :
ginnere and advanced pupils lei-
' sens, Morning, efterne ens end
evenings.' 4fb of July Avenue,. v
vTI-352 No. 10, in front Quarry
'Heights.'
Commercial Sites
;FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Juste Aresemene Ave, Ne.V
17-11. Opposite : Crista Roy
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Patronar Festival ;
To Be Observed
With 2-Hour Tea
Featuring the observance of the
patronal festival of St. Peter's
Church in ta Boca, a tea will.be
helil jn the parish-hall on June
.,,,l.'l...rs!.;,,.'.: ., i,.:.; .rf:V-; Sf-.v.-
This will take olace frok' 5 to
7 p.m- and" Is being sponsored by
me woman s Auxiliary ?witn : asv
sistance -.of-the Parish Welfare
Council.',. '
A short but entertaining oroeram
has hen "arranged for the te, to
which mejnber and friends of the
parish ar invited,. !4
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PALMIRA GONZALEZ, daughter of Francisco Gonialeivof Fort Amador, pins her rocket on til
bulletin board at the Start of her journey to the planets In ( tbe Fort Clayton library's summe
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from C61. Charles Cv Bruce, Health Director.

; DISPLAYS AMERICAN MISSILE
- COPENHAGEN (UPD-. An
T American nike ajax. the first
.'guided missl'e in Scandinavia.
Jwcnt on public display nere
; yesterday at a cattle show. The
; missile ..-brought here from the
'B7th U.S. Missile Battalion at
Worms, Germany, Js the rocket
which! probably will be put at the
disposal of Denmark next yejt
' under a recently -signed. U,S.-Dan.
ish defense agreement. ,

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This weather report for the 51
hours endinir: 8 a.m. toay, fr
pre.red by tf'e Fetenrol''''',a'
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ranarna Canal rompanv.
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High 92-
low' .,'.r;.-.k 74
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Low i 65
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RAIN finches) 2.06
WATER TEMP:
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SUNDAY, JUffE 22
' High ( Low
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Negro Educator Clennon King Sane,
Freed From Mississippi Institution

ALBANY, Ga.' (UPD- Clennon
King. Negro educator minister
who tried 4n vain to enroll at the
all-while Universuy of Missisgip.
pi,, fled home for his "safety" to today
day today and said he will demand an
apology from Mississippi author authorities.
ities. authorities. 1 '
King, 37, arrived by plane coat coat-less
less coat-less and without baggage last
night less than 24 hours after he
ended' a stay in a Mississippi
menial institution where doctors
declared him sane. ; i .
"I have been treated very bad badly"?
ly"? badly"? be said. "If there is no apolo apology,'
gy,' apology,' I will sue the ktate of Missis-'
sinni the way they have acted
King was committed to the
menial institution after officers
said he refused to leave the Uni.
versity of Mississippi administra administration
tion administration building where he had tried
to enroll in summer vhool June
5. Ilia whereabouts were kept se secret
cret secret for 24 hours. '
Mississippi's Gov, J. P. Cole
man and other officials said, ine
action" was takerf in. this fashion
to safeguard the 'Negro from pos possible
sible possible danger.'
"There werp no, threats against
me from the people" King said.
"But those in authority told me
I was in danger from people they
called crackpots and extremists.
"My" fear is of the officials, not
the crackpots," King said.
King, pronounced sane 'by a
panet of 17 doctors after a 12-day
s ay in the mental hosi-.il, visit visited
ed visited the home of his fader, Gen Gen-nnn
nnn Gen-nnn Ki"hi sr ; who onerates a Ne
gro grocery store, real estate and
insurance business here.j ; -The
Negro still faces Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi charges of disturb,inj the peace
and resisting arrest, filed against
him in connection with his into;
gration a 1 1 e m p t, and an oil
charge' of taking ,tne jock ou me
door of a -church'
"I took the lick off the door
of a church I pastored in,' a dis
pute wi h :ome of the congrega
tion," he
amount to
said.' "It would all
a year in jail and a
French Bathyscape
Probes Pacific ;
Nuclear Theory:
ONAWAG Jaran (UPD 'A
French naval bathyscape d'ved
9,840 feet to' sei a ney Pacific
depth'" record' today during a few-
.., lac. nf the thpnrv that iH-

dioactive waste materials, couldWariety of other items

he aumoed into the sea sareiy.
r ireiiminary evidence indicated it
! might not be Hafe.' f '. t
i 'i ne cteep'iH!a,s.' expmrauuu: w
. piloied,. by L.-4 Cmur. .Georges
I Houot, which was sent here y
i France as part of the Internation
al Geophysical Year, -' descended
nit lnnan'a Rust roast, about 10c
miloa East' ot SendaL Ci.y in
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saki if the Tokvo Fishery Urn-
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i -ti said t'riaay s est proved
! thai water at low levels flowed at
l k sDeeu of two centimewrs 3-4
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East German Reds
Release Belgian :
Jet Fighter Pilot
. BERLIN. June 21 (UPI), -East
German Communists today re released
leased released a Belgian pilot held since
May 29 when his Thunderstreak
jet fighter was forced down in the
Soviet Zone, the East, German
Press Office announced. ;-
i A press office announcement
carried by the East German news
service ADN aid the pilot, Lt.
Martin Paulus left East Berlin
SchbMeJeldAir0eIy"31rbr
srusseis uus morning,
' His RF84-F jef fighter will be re
turned to Belgium by June 30, the
announcement said.

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behalfiol the employes In the'Cpco Solo hospital supply unit
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$1,000 fine.;, ,0 1
"My only fear of jail is what
might happen to, me, in the jail
the authorities are the only ones
who have threatened me.a
King; said he will stop trying to
enter any white college or uni university
versity university in Mississippi and will not
return to the state it l teei mat
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am really unwelcome.'? But' heueawaay.
AnA : ' j : ;! Jt said severi of the men had

"If they do not withdraw the
warrants against me. nd ; the
state does not make some state statement
ment statement of regret and reimburse all
the expenses, I think J should pro protest
test protest in some way.
"Mavbe.1 am crazy in that I
.feel if the officials had left the
matter alone it would have : been
all right. he said. "There was
no sign of trouble except from
them.' I think the; wanted trou trouble."
ble." trouble."
King's brother,1 C, B. King of
Albany, a.tempted unsuccessfully
to free his brother by petitioning
for a writ of habeas corpus, but
the Mississippi judge said the pe petition
tition petition was filed, in the wrorg
court.. s v,' .
King was ousted from Missis.
siDDi's Alcorn A and M. College
for Necroes after he wrote sever
al stories,- pinled in a Jackson
newspaper.- denouncing the Nr
tional Assn. for the Advancement
of Colored People .and express
ing favor with segregation,
Senate Passes Bill Bill-Extending
Extending Bill-Extending Business,
Excise Tax Rates
WASHINGTON (UPDThe Sen.
tft Kridav tassed a bill-which
wnnirl extend business and virtual.
ly altf federal sales tax-rates for
another year out aenr rresiuem
Eisenhowers 'no-tax-cui poucy oy
repeahng, transportation levies, i
mere was- tuuoiucmwio u.mw,.
iHp pit in -reiEht and passenger
transportation taxes wou d still be
in the biU By trie ume ijtjreaviw
Passaee .of the bill came
vbice ', vpte rafter the Senate :had
defeated a series tof amendments
to reduce of repeal the excise
(.sales)- tax. on automobiles and a
(.Th measure was. sent back' to
the House which previously voted
to extend present corporate and
excise rates -until June 30, 1959.
'i iie House bill contained, no tax
cut whatever. if
A jomi Senate-House conierence
committee will 'try to resolve dif.
tpmtcen'in tWO Versions
ine
transportation tax cut faced
Tlieavv opdosii.
heavy opposition irom House tax
writers who oppose any tax re.
iiuciion l presents I
In addition, a 1 of the senators
slated lor ,, membership on tne
comerenceVv committee v oted
against the cut with the exception
oi sen. ueorge; a. mamers iu.
rla.). '
Lone the Pr e's i d e n t; Speak,
er Sam' Kayburn ana other, iouse
leaaers have said that a tax cut
now would be inflationary and an
meiecuve weapon tor combatting
the industrial recession.'
But the Senate Thursday night
overroue the bi-partisan no cut
stand of its leaders and approved
amendments to repeal both the 3
per cent tax on freight .transpor .transpor-tation
tation .transpor-tation and the 10 per cent levy
on passenger res. They would
cost the Treasury .700 million dot.
lars-a. year ;'-.
NAME FROM RECORDS ... ...
LOS ANGELES' (UPIWSuperL
or Court Commissioner John P.
Oliver ruled in favor of a woman
plaintiif, Johnnie ; Oliver, "awahl.

IngrnerCtXTTag-ertfFarilnstrumeM

turned io ine ; c eric pi tne court
and, said: "Let the record show I
never saw this lady before in my
life."
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US Army Arrests
12 Enlisted Men
On Theft Charges ;
TOKYO. June 21 (UPI) The
U.S. Army- has. arrested 12 enlist
ed men on; charges of stealing a a-bout
bout a-bout $80,00 worth of goods from
the Army's quartermaster depot
on the outskirts of Tokyo from last
December through April, the Army
. mi
been convicted by courtsmartial;
one was. on trial now, and four
cases were under investigation.
Those convicted and their sen sentences:
tences: sentences: :
i -Cpl. Lloyd H. Gibbs, 24, of
Waterloo, Ala., i dishonorable dis discharge
charge discharge and five years in prison.
Pfc. Charles D. Hood, 19, oft
Bnnkley, Ark., dishonorable dis discharge
charge discharge and, three years imprison
ment.
-.PfCi- Lowell J. C Shaneyfelt,
23, of Buntsville, Ala., dishonor dishonorable
able dishonorable discharge and three years im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment.
Spl. 2 Jack D. O'Leary, 30, of
Butler; Ohio, six monthas confine confinement
ment confinement at hard labor and forei y re
of $30 a month for six months.
Pfc. Benny R.j Ilerron, 21, of
Fort, Smith, Ark.; Spl 2 Francis
M. Ross, 25, and Spl. 2 William
P. Allred, 20, no home addresses
available, were sentenced tor ix
months confinement at hard labor
and fined.
v Spl. 3 James L. Logan, 27, of
Bessemer,, Ala., was on trial Fri-i
day. i
- Am Army spokesman Said there
was no evidence of a "big ring,"
at the depot. He said the soldiers
had been stealing goods from the
post individually a little at a
time., The loot ; involved army
trousers, 4 bolts of cloth and silvf
er badges.
Army's 'Buccaneer'
Provides Hot Nevs
For Cold Cliniate
The weekly. U.S. Army Carib
bean newspaner received a freez
ing: pat on the back this week
from the staff of the' service pap
er Times of the, U.S. Army First
Artie Test center at r on cnurcn
111 1 Manifnhn
Buccaneer editor, S-Sgt. Jim
Hunter, received the following let
ter -from Sgt. Norman iC, Reed,
editor of' the Fort, Churchill paper.
Congratulations to you-1 and
members tof your staff for the new
stripe story in your June 6 issue
('Yesterday, June 10, we rcceiv
ed at this" station official notifica
tion from the Department of -the
Army pn the new insignia, while
at the same time receiving, 1 the
June 6 edition of The Buccaneer
complete with artwork
'As we are an isolated station
here, delay is something we take
as a 'matter of course. Although
utilizing, the Department of the
Department of the Army release
here, your artwork, was a most
J'elcome addition. Immediately
fter receiving The Buccaneer, we
made photo copies of the new
stripes and distributed them to all
personnel. '
."As we are 'way up here and
you are way down there, I thought
it an unusual twist that we should
receive official word from the
Department of the Army and your
June 6 issue at the same time.
"The Buccaneer is a fine serv
ice newspaper, and well i read at
mis installation.: .
Th artwork" to which Reed re
f erred consisted of sketches of
each of the new rank chevrons, pre prepared
pared prepared by SpH Ralph T. Trowbrid Trowbrid-ge
ge Trowbrid-ge of the graphic arts branch, Of Office
fice Office Of the Comptroller. (- r s,
RECEIVES SIGNAL CONTRACTS
NEWARK, N. J. (UPD-Gen.
ceived two vU S. signal supply
agency production contracts that
total $1,625,000 for electronic
weather detectors.

Vacotlons ore wonderful. Wor Wor-n
n Wor-n wonder where they will 50,
children wonder when they'll go,'
and ,the men wonder where they'll
get he money. ;
I1VUIV kiVMWI
ilesrlening Evidence
In Lilfle Reck Slory
OMAHA. Neb. (UPIV-A Negro
leader today, urged his race to
xercise "tolerance and patience
in their campaign lor equal
rights. .- f.v.: i '-Dr.
Dr. '-Dr. J. H. Jackson, pesident of
the National Baptist Convention,
cited the "heartening evidence" of
increased understandings o the
race problem by Souther whttes
""Those nine Negro children, at
Central High School in Little Kock
demonstrated great courage and
stamina" Dr. Jackson old the
53rd annual national Baptist Train.
tag Union and Sunday School Con.
gress. "But in my opinion, those
who really grew and developed
were the white teachers of ; the
school.
"In their grading 1 they rose
above the color complex1 and saw
jo it that these students were not
mentally penalized because f
their race," the church leader
said.
Noting that many Negro leaders
after: meeting with President Ei Ei-senhower
senhower Ei-senhower recently had criticized.
the chief executive for urging tot.
erance and patience,: Jackson "said
such advice does not- mean mf
difference nor ihacivity by Ne Negroes,
groes, Negroes, i s
. "But more than-seeking our
rights, I call upon you today to
seek also to convert our acquired
rights into urgent responsibili.
ties," Jackson tod the delegates.
Republican Leaders
Argue The Best Way
To Gel Labor Votes
' WASHINGTON fUPIV State
Rpnnhlican leaders found them
selves in i disagreement today
about what approach they should
take id an effort to win labor
votes in the 1958 campaign.
.Some cautioned against action
which might jmt an "anti-labor"
label on a the i party aftd others
Warded against compromises to
woo labor leaders who could: be
expected' to support Democratic
candidates' any way.'
These viewpoints a nd others
were heard from GOP state chair,
men attending n three-day "cam,
paign school" which closes today,
The labor issue appeared to be
getting fresh study from Repub i.
ran nfl rtlv as a result Of the
California primary earlier this
month. Senate7 Kepubiican leaaer
William F. Knowland, ; an advo
cate of a State "right "tov work
law, won the GOP nomination for
governor but made a relatively
poor showing'compared ,with state
Atty. gen. Edmuno Q. Brown,
who won the Democratic nomina.
tion- J v
Alphonzo E, Bell Jr., California
state chairmaB, blamed the 7 Re Re-publican
publican Re-publican set back on the busi.
ness recession and on his belief
that Kriowland's :posltion was
widely "misunderstood.'- He said
he expected the business1 situation
to improve before the. .election in
November. '"jT' .!'-' '. ".v"
),' :-i'm::i'fi-
At one of Thursday s closed .ses .sessions,
sions, .sessions, the state leaders discussed
whether nt was wise tp identify the
GOP with" the ''right t(, work'? Is.
sue. Campaign director Robert
NumnHrevt: said1 a' majority of
those who spoke thought It was a
trirkv issue with which to' deal.
Richard H. Shaw s of Colorado
said he had not spoken directly
on the issue but had told the Re Re-pub'icans
pub'icans Re-pub'icans they should not "com "compromise
promise "compromise on principles to curry
favor "with the labor hierarchy"
who would work against the GOP
anyway. Jle said he distinguished
betweeri the leadership hierarchy
and the rank and file.. v-
Objec! ons Mount
Al US Engravings
At World Fair
7
BRUSSELS (UPI) George
Alleri, chie, of the U.S. Iniorma.
tion Agency, declined comment to.
day on a picture in the U, S.
pavilion at the world's fair de.
picting American Indians a semi,
nude cannibals. y '; ,
Alleni : who was!" bn' his J way
to Europe on other busipess was
Instructed by Ptesident EHenhow.
er to investigate complaints about
the 3oyear-o d engravina whicli
shows Indians roasting the lower,
half of a human body on a spit.
The information ( chief spent Sn
hour Thursday touring the U, S.
pavilion.1 but he had nothing to say
about the Indian picture at the endt
ot tne trip,
Eisenhower that voters in his state
had complained about the Indian
engraving and other pictures in

the pavilion. '

t i -Read sfcry cn pcg2 6
Even Mrs. Pal Maleter Doesn't Yel Kno
What Turned Freecloni Fighter to Communism!

: EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is
the story of a grieved end trou trouble
ble trouble woman Mrs. Maria Male
ter, former wife of Hungarian
Major Gen. Pal Maleter, exe
cuted by the Communists this
week with former Premier Imre
Nagy, for their roles as leaders
of the resistance in the Hungar.
tan uprising of 1956 against So Soviet
viet Soviet BDBresiion. Mrs. Malstir.
34, now lives with her three
children in New York, where
she hopes to make a living as
a photographer of children.),
By MARIA MALETER
NEW YORK (UPJ) What
makes a hero and a martyr?
What turns a man with fierce love
of country into Communist?
The answers are Pal 'Maleter's
secret, a secret he carried to his
grave.' Even 1, who was his wife
for nine years and am the mother
of his rthree children, can only l
rfiinr a 4tia VAnnne :y: N
guess the reasons.
For Pal, I can see no good com coming
ing coming out of his' death. It was' a ter terrible
rible terrible tragedy for a born leader to
be executed at theage of 41.
' But all is not hopeless for Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. I have always had hope for
Hungary, and I have hope now.
Knowing my country, I think that
it will be impossible for the Com Communists
munists Communists to oppress the Hungarian
people forever. j
But what made Pal the man he
was What made him after being
a prisoner of war in Russia, sud suddenly
denly suddenly turn to Communism, join
the party, actively serve.il as a
leader r and then sign his own
death warrant by turning against
the Reds? , ,
I can only speculate,
i Would I have learned the an
swer on Christmas t Day, 1955?
That was a yetr after I divorced
him beef a. Communism-, had
made our Ine together intolerable.
He wanted ,o tell me something
other than "Merry Christmas on
that' dav.
But I was in no condition to
talk to him. I was 'too upset over
the death of my mother to dis discuss
cuss discuss anything with Pal at that
'time.
He never 'called; me" again. We
Bayard Svope, First
Mlzer -Vlnijer "v
Dies OS Pneumonia
, t i
NEW YORK (UPI) Herbert
Bayard Swppe ,76, executive edi.
tor of the old New York World
and winner oh the first Pulitzer
Prize .or reporting, died of pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia Friday at Doctor's Hospi.
ta.
Swope : underwent abdominal
surgery last Monday: and pneumo pneumonia
nia pneumonia followed. Death came at 1:45
p.m. yesterday.
- A private ,iuneral service will
be held rom' his ; Sands Point,
N.Y.i home at 2 p.m. tomorrow
Swope was one of the giants of
lournalism of the early 20th Cen
tury. He was fired at 18 irom hit
first newspaper job, on the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch, but he went
on to win fame as a crusading
reporter and editor. -
His death followed by only a
few "months thnt, of his older
brother; Gerard, former president
o the Genera' Electric Co. and
a major inspiration to herbert
Sworre.- ,
Born in St. Louis on Jan. 5,
1882; .Swooe was the fourth.' and
youngest child o' Isaac Swope, a
wealthy watch case manufacturer.
After being fired from, his first
lob,. he went to the Chicago Tri
bune and from there to the New
York Herald. i
. He distinguished himsplf ort the
Herald, but made his biggest
mark ;on the New ork World,
whose stnfMie joined, in 1908. He
tbecame first citjr editor and then
executive editor of the World, re.
signing In' 1929. '
.r Swope's credo f6r,his staff was
"Pick out" the best story of the,
oav and tnen nammer thellivlng
hell nut of : it.'vw1-; :;
. He, followed this policy in his
owrt career as a reoorter winning
a Pulitzer: Trisie.' Before that, he
served -as a word war I corre.
spondent, filing exclusive dis.
patches on German U-boat sink,
ines of Allied : ships.
After the .war. Swope devoted
most of his energies to the World.
and its circulation soared. Under
bis guidance, the newspaper won
three Pulitzer prizes, including
one for a campaign against the
Ku Klux Klan and another for a
campaiim v against peonage on
some Florida turpentine planta.
tions. ...i.-M.,, 's...r
Swope resigned from tihe World
in 1929. He offered to buy the pa paper,
per, paper, when it folded two years lat.
er, but learned an agreement al.
ready Mad been reached tp sell it
to Roy W .Howard. ; i
The paper was merged into the
Scripps w HoWard World Tele
Pram, later to become the' World.
Telegram and Sun.
In-recent years, he was active
in civic affairs and charitable
agencies, including the National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
and the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.fe.K, "T-, ,?
TO BUI Lp FOOD CENTER
' t ATLANTAVca. :UPI)--Colonial
Stores inc.; a leading food retail,
er, has "signed contracts for the
censtruction of million do'lars
food istribution "-eenter- at Nor
folk, Va. The new warehouse will
service supermarkets in Virginia,
Maryland and eastern North Ca Ca-rolina.
rolina. Ca-rolina. ,

never met or exchanged letters
alter that. Now he is dead, and
I will never4 know what was on
his mind that day. It is some something
thing something I shall always regret.
COULD SEE BOTH SIDES

'My own theory, and one thatj
is snared by his family and close
friends, is that Pai was an unwit unwitting
ting unwitting victim "of his upbringing. His
father was a professor of philoso philosophy
phy philosophy who believed in seeing both
sides of every question. He taught
Pal to argue so skillfully on either
side of an issue that he could see
the merits of almost -any view.
Could it have been this training
that made it possible for Pal to
be swept into the Communist
maelstrom and to his eventual
death v : '', ; r v. -,
' During the war, Pal was Vio Violently
lently Violently anti-Nazi. He was one of
the Hungarians taken prisoner by
the Russians and sent to a camp
ill Piicvla GnmA!hmtf maw VtairA
in Russia. Something may have
happened to him there, Perhaps
they .indoctrinated mm ta com.
munist ideas. I never knew. That
wsaefore I met hinv and he
never said. -'' s : ""4
Inxl946, our son, Paul, now 12,
"""t brrn. We were very, happy,
living in an apartment in Buda Buda-piv..,
piv.., Buda-piv.., tdKing walks in the country,
spending most of our spare time
together.: Then, shortly after Paul
was born, Pal joined the Commu Communist
nist Communist Party. He never told me why
and I was never able to find but.
DIVORCE SHOOK HIM
I divorced Pal in 1954. It was
more for the children's sake than
Russia Offers Oil
Technicians, Rig
At Bargain Hal es
LONDON (UPI)-Soviet' Russia
hst nffprprt t.ftfhnipians anrl eauiD.
ment at bargain rates to oil-pro.
ducing countries in the- Middle
East1 in an obvious move to un.
dermlne Western interests and
strengthen Communist influence
in the strategic region, it was Te.
ported yesterday. 1
sources said he specific de details
tails details of the of er, and the coun.
tries to which it had been made,
were not known here. However,
they said it was understood Mos.
cow was asking only 10 per cent
of the profits in exchange for its
help in, tapping Mideast ou re.
sources.
Such a cut.rate deal would hurt
American and British oil compa companies
nies companies which generally have operat operated
ed operated on a 50-50 pro'iUsharin basis.
Recently, however, a number of
contracts with' Middle East coun.
tries have been negotiated to give
the government invo'ved a bigger
share of the profits.. v ;
The sburces said the "Soviets ap.
parently were not interested 1 in
acquiring oil' from .the Middle
East. The offer.l they suggested,
was designed to widen the .Com.
munist beachhead in the region
while threatening the futtire flow
of oil to the West.
It was noted that Russia had
expanded its oil production stead,
ily under the consecutive five-year
mans. In fact, in recent years the
Soviet Union has been exporting
oil on a modest but steadily in.
creasing scale id competition' with
the West.
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anything else. I eould tot bear fop:
them to hear the, arguments over
Communism. j
The divorce was a shock to Pal,:
possibly so much of one that it
shook some of his faith in Com
munism. I think. his disillusion-'
ment may have started then. Not
only was he shut. off from hit
friends, but bis children as well
' ;' -- 4 ;; i
Then another thing happened.
He was put in charge of a labor.

camp to which anti-Communist

tstt
n i I
tu f
ml

siuueuis were sent He oecame-
mendiy' witn some; of the stui
dents, and it is nossibla Oipv
opened his eyes fully to the evils
of communism. : 1 1 ,t
It was not difficult for him to
step to tne nead of the anti-Com.
munist forces in the Noyembel
The children. Paul.' Marv
10, and Judith, now 8, know that
ineir lather died a hero. I havi;
tuiu uieni omy; ine oest parts.
USLaliirJecreiaiy'r
Speech Before UII I
Upsets CCikunisIs
GENEVA (UPI)-u!s. Secretary
of Labor James P. Mitchell Fri Friday
day Friday evoked angry protests from.
Soviet bloc, delegates by denounc
ing the execution of the" Hungar
ian revolt leaders in a speech be
fore the U.N. International Labor
Conference.:-: "' : '.;..' .; ? ', (:;.
, Mitchell cited the execution of
ex-premier. Imre Nagy, Gen. pal
Maleter and two Hungarian jour
nalists in a speech on human
rights. ... k -
He told the delegates it "wai
impossible ior us here Friday to
consider the matter of human
rights without, paying homage' tt
the memory of the Hungarian p&i
uiois wnose execution and lm
prisonment was announced by
Moscow.?: A number of rebel leadV
ers were sentenced to long prison
terms. ,,'"
'All of us here-with a few noS
able exceptionsand,; indeed; th$
people of the whole world were
severely shocked by this, rirea rlful
act of terrorism," Mitchell said.
Red, Hungarian delegate Endrj
Zador v promptly protested Mitch
ell's remarks. He said the subject
referred to the Heraal affairs o.
Hungary; and did not ( fall within
the purview of the conference.
Vladimir Zaicmuk, vice mjnis
ter of justice of the Ukraine, also
protested. He said Mitchell should
"have far more.'1 anxiety about his
own country1, where human righij
are being constantly infringed.') :
Zaichnuk said the Soviet army
"helped the Hungarian people de
feat a Fascist putsch and saved
thousands of innocent Hungarians
"have, far more anxiety about hi.
own country, where human rights
are Deing constantly infringed.";
.: Zatchuk 'said the Sovfet arm
"helped the Hungarian people de
feat a Fascist putsch and saved
thousands of innocent Hungarians
from death." .,
CONSIDERS PIPE LINE PLAN
ST. LOUIS (UPI) V- President
Arthur K. Atkinson of the Wabash
Railroad said the line is consider,
ing construction of an oil ornat!;
ural gag pipeline along its right,
of-way, ,
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