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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1958
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ratroopers Reach Beirut

MARINES ENTER BEIRUT U.S. Marines ride past the docks on their arrival in Beirut,
rbanon. Some 3600 Marines have been landed in the country.
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)

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US Peace Force Complete;
One Plane Down, Two Hit
BEIRUT, July 19 (UPI) Nearly 2000 U.S. Army paratroopers
flew to Lebanon today. The American peace force was now at full
strength standing by for a decision whether to go into action against
the rebels.
Transport planes began swarming into Beirut airport at dawn bring bringing
ing bringing battle-dressed paratroopers of the First Airborne Battle Group to
join some 6800 Marines already here.
The GIs, airlifted from West Germany via Turkey, roared out on the
double to take up positions around the airport.
A U.S. fighter crashed in a mountainous area 10 miles east of Beirut today, kill killing
ing killing the pilot. It was the first U.S. loss since the Marines arrived in Lebanon to pre preserve
serve preserve the Middle East peace Tuesday.
The pilot died instantly when the plane plunged into a deep gorge in the main maintains
tains maintains behind the capital. His body was removed by Lebanese soldiers and turned over
to U.S. authorities.
Nearby villagers said rebel Druze tribesmen had been firing in the area but they
did not believe any rebel bullets had hit the fighter.
Rebel snipers hit one of the C-130 turboprop "Hercules" troopcarriers as it buzzed
over Beirut. One rifle bullet punctured the fuselage, coming within a foot of the
navigator inside.
Another U. 8. plane, a C-54 Marine Corps transport loaded with Marines from
Camp Lejeune, N. C, was also hit.

As it was roaring in for a landing at Beirut's International Airport, a rebel sniper

Htrattnjort,th

(dfhs f imPwhI VAr number 7 our outboard engine by inches.

A Marine Corps spokesman said a direct hit on the fuel tank might have caused
the plane to crash. The craft was just 400 feet above above ground when the sniper's
bullets struck.

(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
FRIENDLY GREETING SSgt. D. C. Riley of MackingspOrt,
Pa is greeted by smiling Lebanese youngsters after his Marine
outfit came ashore near Beirut.

US And Britain Protest

7v0seow xmoassy Kaias

MARINES COME ASHORE U.S. Marines disembark, from landing craft and come ashore at
Khalde Beach near Beirut, Lebanon. The Leathernecks later moved into Beirut and seized
key sectors without firing a shot and with the full cooperation of the Lebanese armed
forces.

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CLEARING THE BEACH After landing on-Khalde Beach, U.S. Marines clear the area of
Civilians,

Today's paratroop reinforcements
came from Adana, Turkey, the
forward strike base where a com complete
plete complete nuclear air unit was stand standing
ing standing by for action.
The troops are crack men of
the 24th Infantry Division station stationed
ed stationed in South Germany. They dash dashed
ed dashed to Adana by air Wednesday
and Thursday.

At the stroke of (? a.m. today the

first swift C-130 Hercules troop-

carrier touched down from Ada Adana.
na. Adana. Aboard It was Brig. Gen. L.
W. Gray, force commander.
At three minute intervals through
the rest of the early morning they
roared in Hercules and Flying
Boxcars loaded with troops and
gear.
Meanwhile In London, diplo diplomats
mats diplomats expressed fear that United
Arab Republic President Gamal
Abdel Nasser might dispatch
"volunteer" forces into Iraq.
The pointed to the Arab lead leader's
er's leader's sudden trip to Moscow to talk
with Soviet premier Nikita Khrush

chev and his speech in Damascus
stating that the Arab Nock will

carry arms against any inter

vention."
Nasser, who flow to Damascus
following the surprise mooting
in Moscow, said in a radio ad ad-dross
dross ad-dross "I declare wo will all car carry
ry carry arms to defend the flame of
liberty which hat triumphed in
Iraq ... all of us will boar arms
to defend Arab nationalism."

There was no announcement on

just what Nasser and KhrushcJiev
had decided or even what they
discussed.

But last night Russia denounc

ed Anglo-American in the Middle

East as unorovoked aeeression

and warned it would have to have

and would continue victorious in
the rest of the Middle East and
in North Africa.

ihe West must realize that

Arab nationalism is strong

the lackeys of imperialism will

tail, he said.

The rebel Irani cabinet li as in

to taxe me necessary steps aic-.vi.ted Khrushchev tn rp.nfhlih

tated by the interests of her own diplomatic relation? with lrao the

security. BaThd?d radio said vestcrdav Hav
What these "necessary steps" It said Iraq also would Yecog.
werd the Soviet government state-, nize Communist China and ex-

meni aio. not say. change envoys with the

MOSCOW. Julv 19 (UPD II. S. amhassador Mewelvn P..

Thnmn.su it today lodspri a formal nrnirsi wIMi (lis .--.ri iin in

against the violent demonstration in which tens of thousands
of Russians wrecked the front of the U. S. Embassy yesterday.

nuiam minister Miliary xoung lodged a protest also against
lesser demonstrations in front of his embassy yesterday.
Thompson called on F. F. Molochkov, protocol chief of the
Soviet foreign ministry, and handed him a note demanding the
Russians pay for the damage.
He also asked the foreign ministry to take urgent measure
to prevent a repetition of the demonstrations in whifh a mob
of Moscovites protested the U. S. and British interventions in
the Middle East.

In words reminiscent of those
he used to defy the Anglo-French
and Israeli forces which invaded
Egypt's Suez Canal Zone and the

Sinai peninsula in November, 1956,
Nasser declared yesterday:
"Wo do not fear fleets nor at atom
om atom bombs. We ara ready for
the worst. Wo will fight to the
last drop of our blood."
He spoke from the government
palace balcony before a vast ral rally.
ly. rally. Microphones carried his word
to the entire UAR.
An estimated 10,000 Syrians
cheered the President's half-hour
speech attacking Western policy
and hailing the seizure of the
Iraqi government by a military
coup.
Nasser said the Anglo-American
"occupation" of Lebanon and Jor Jordan
dan Jordan would and unsuccessfully.
Arab nationalism, ho said, tri triumphed
umphed triumphed in Egypt, Syria and Iraq

regime.

Peiping

Iraqi Troops Favor Rebels Over King Hussein

$ By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, July 19 Here
are the latest confidential advices
American diplomats have sent to
Washington regarding the explosive
.itnation In the Near East:

From Amman there is disap.,

Reenlistment Rate
Drops 5 Per Cent
In Carib Command

The reenlistment rate for the
Panama area dropped five per
cent during June, Headquarters,

U.S. Army Caribbean announce
The June figures totaled 20.6.
Quarry Heights had the highest
percentage of all the Canal Zone
Army posts with a mark of 40 per
cent. .Close behind was Fort Am a
dor with 37.5.
Fort Kobbe was third with 31.3,
followed by Fort Gulick with 20
per cent and Fort Clayton with 10
per cent .
Of the 27 E.S's and above elig eligible
ible eligible eft' reenlistment in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Area, 12 took (be oath for a
percentage of 44 4. Eight of 70
E.4's and below reenlisted for an
114 percentage

pointing news that the Iraqui divi division
sion division inside Jordan is not loyal to
King Hussein but rather to the
rebels who overthrew King Feisal.
Although this Iraqi division is
marching back to Baghdad, it ig
not doing so for the purpose of
countering the Iraqi revolt, as
previously reported. On the con.
trary, its leaders gave notice to
King Hussein that they were
marching to rejoin the rebels and
if he put any roadblock in their
path they would shoot their way
back to Baghdad.
From Baghdad comes word that
the American ambassador. Walde

mar Gallman, permitted the new
Iraqi government to search the
American military mission un under
der under protest.
Strictly speaking, the American

military mission is not part of

the Embassy and, therefore, does
not have extraterritorial privileges.
The Iraqi rebels suspected that
some holdout leaders for the de deposed
posed deposed Iraqi government were hid.
ing out in the American military

mission, ana tne American am

bassador finally bowed to vigor.

ous demand and permitted the
search.
The American Embassy has al.
so advised that 1000 British civil civilians
ians civilians together with some British

military advisers are isolated in immediate help, his country would

northwest Iraq near the Iraq Pe

ri oieum company's installation.
They are with an undetermined
number of loyal Iraqi troops
which have remained friendly to
the west.

Meanwhile, more details are av
ailable regarding the Prpirint'c

high-level talk with Congressional

leaners on tne JNear East.
Several times Eisenhower voic
ed confidence that Russia would
not intervene against our efforts in
the Middle East, but warned that
this was "a chance we have to
take.
Once we seal off the Syrian bord
er against "indirect aggression"

tnat is, further infiltration of

hoviet Nasser "volunteers" into
Lebanon Russia would not risk
an act of open, or "direct aggres aggression,
sion, aggression, the President speculated.
The chance of a conflict that
might lead to a general war in the
Middle East, he said, would furth
er diminish after we clearly estab establish
lish establish in United Nations debate that
our Marines are in Lebanon not to
nght a war, but to preserve peace
and to protect the constituted gov
ernment there.
"In his appeal to the United

States, Britain and France, Presi.
dent Chamoun made it inescapabl
ly clear that If he didn't receive

be lost," Eisenhoewr reported.
"You had no other choice, Mr.
President," GOP leader Jose Mar Martin
tin Martin of Massachusetts reassured Ei.
senhower. "In my opinion, you
acted wisely and courageously. I
am equally sure that Congress and
the entire free world will support
you and that your action will be
vindicated by history."
Democratic Speaker Sam Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn of Texas said it was the "res
ponsibility" of the President to
make such decisions and the "obli.
Ration" of Congress and the coun."
try to back him up.
"At times like this it is incum incumbent
bent incumbent upon all of us to forget noli.

tics and close ranks in the cause

Navy Sub Aground

Off Cape

(BOSTON, JULY,

(UPI)-The Coast

Navy submarine
day off Province
Cod.
The Navy here

dered ail crewmen i

Skylark, a submarine rescue shin.

to return to duty immediately The

first Naval district announced thai
the rescue ship would be 6palch
ed immediately.

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Guard ssid a

ran a grout to.
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of our own national security and

the collective security of the free
world," commented Rayburn.
Sen. Mike Mansfield of Monta Montana,
na, Montana, however, argued vigorously a.
gainst any "unilateral" action by
the United States outside the scope
of the United Nations. He contend.

ed that, instead of blocking Soviet

designs in the Middle East, wa
would be playing into Russian
hands by exposing ourselves to
"imperialistic" charges.
The President replied, somewhat
heatedly, that if we waited for
U.N. action, "the whole Middle
East area would be overrun with
revolution and bloodshed."
Eventually, ne said, Israel would
be brought into the conflict.
"If this is permitted to happen,
while we stand by doing nothing,
the almost inevitable result would
be another world war," predicted
the President.

Note: Alien Dulles, chief of Cen-
ti Itf el1f f ena whs 1a nnf rvin rf

s-a est in viu juivt tt aaaac uvi, 1 1 j tug
to alibi for the failure of his agen:

cy, pouted out that British Intel
ligence also was caught flatfooted
and that Nasser himself apparent

ly didn't expect the outbreak to
occur when it did. The latter had

to hurry back to Egypt from a

conference with President Tito in
Yugoslavia when the revolt start.

ed.-

At the same time, the Unied
Arab Republic government called
in officials of friendly countries
to urge immediate recognition of
the revolutionary Iraqi govern government.
ment. government. Diplomatic sources said the en envoys
voys envoys were told that Nasser
meant what he said when ho
warned that the Syrian-Egyptian
union would consider aggression
against Iraq as aggression a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the UAR.

lhe Baghdad radio broadcast.

said Iraqi Premier Brig. Gen.
Abdul AI-Karim Kassim cabled
Khrushchev that "it gives me
pleasure to inform you of the de decision
cision decision of the Iraqi republic's de decision
cision decision to re establish diplomatic
relations with the Soviet Govern Government."
ment." Government." "We hope that this step will be
a means of promoting friendly re relations
lations relations between the two countries
and to bolster world peace. The
government of the Iraqi republic

win welcome tne arrival oi your

envoys as soon as possible.' he

said.

Meanwhile the Soviet govern,
ment statement. followinB im"

ilar blast Wednesdav demanding

that U.S. forces withdraw "jf

once" from Lebanon, linked hnth

the United States and Britain in
a "premeditated plan of aggres aggressive
sive aggressive action to suppress Arab na
tionalism.
(Continued on Page 10)

Yesterday s Was
Just Another
Tropical Shower
The meteorological and Hy
drographic branch of the Pana

ma Canal Co. refuses to get on.
thusiastic over the weather.
Yesterday's heavy rainstorm
during Hie afternoon brought
one inch in 20 minutes, flooded
streets in Balboa and Panama
City and In some places washed
sizeable amounts of earth Into
the streets.
But the meteorological branch
reported laconically "It was just
a regular tropical shower -no
record" m,

Two hundred and seventy five
embassy windows were smashed
anu the bu-'lding was marked by
rocks and inkpots hurled by the
demonstrators.
Today, members of the embas embassy
sy embassy slali stayed inside the building,
tne gates were padlocked, and all
callers were closely checked.
The British minister, in his
protest to the Soviet foreign min ministry,
istry, ministry, demanded compensation
tor tne damage caused by dem.
onstrators outside the British
embassy. These numbered about
500.
The Soviets apologized to West
Germany and Denmark and re

paired uamage to tneir embassies i
when crowds demonstrated in front
of the diplomatic missions ol those!
countries recently. The mob action j

at that time was in retaliation a.

gainst violent protests in Bonn
and Copenhagen against the exe
cution of former Hungarian prem premier
ier premier Imre Nagy.
An angry, heaving mob howling
"get out of Lebanon'' and "aggres "aggressors
sors "aggressors go home" attacked the U.S.
Embassy with ink bottles and
stones yesterday while in a near,
by square an estimated 50,000 to
100,000 clamored against Anglo

American Middle East interven.
tion.
Embassy officials counted 275
windows shattered in the attack,
including all the windows on the
first three stories and many more
on the next two. Three apartments
o embassy personnel living in the
building were damaged by ink.
Moscow officials ordered out
about 1000 police, mounted mill,
tia and regular army infantry
troops under at least one gener general
al general to prevent the mob from
breaking into the building. Tie
combined police and military
force finally dispersed the at attackers.
tackers. attackers. Some of the missiles hit so
high on the building that it appear,
ed slingshots and airguns might
have been used. There were marks
as high as Thompson's ninth floor
office. Almost every window on
the first floor was smashed.

A third crowd of several hun.
dred attacked the British Embas.
sy. About 100 forced their way in in-side
side in-side and jostled the embassy doc

tor and his wife until police inter,
vened. Ambassador Sir Patrick

Reilly called police reinforce

ments. who cleared the building

o.' demonstrators.

In Postman, East Germany,

mobs of organized Communists in.

vaded the grounds of the U.S.
and British military liaison mis.
sions to the Soviet zona of Ger

many.
They pulled down the British
'lag and defaced the Stars and
Stripes. About 500 forced the U S.
mission gate, stoned and besieged
the headquarters, pulled down the
flag and wrote "Ami Americans
go home'' on it.
In Peiping, several thousand
Chinese demonstrated before the
Bntish Embassy, according to
th. New China news agency.
They demanded immediate with with-cVawal
cVawal with-cVawal of U.S. and British troops
from Lebanon and Jordan,
Yesterday's second.day demon? demon?-tration
tration demon?-tration at the ir c

bassy was the first time an overt
attack ever had been made on it.
Phalanx of police and troops troops-one
one troops-one column of white.coated police,
one of mounted police, and one ol
regular army-battered the mob
'away from the building
Meanwhile the thousands mas massed
sed massed half a block away in Vosta
mye uprising Square yelled for
immediate Western withdrawal
from the Middle East
Speakers, including factory hands
and a dairy maid, condemned the
Anglo-American movement of arm
ed forces into Lebanon and Jordan!

crowd totaled nearly ioo.OOO. 1

"in .ins quite iixe it had been
seen in Moscow before
When the attack began on it, the
U.S. Embassv ft.loni,j .u-',

. j .ifnuucu i up ion
!nJ .2"1Ce f,em"M Protection

to th; buudmg. were rushe!

Jnc demonstrators kept up i
continous chant of "Get out o
Lebanon," "Shame on America-'
Aggressors go home."

Rebel Iraqi
Govt. To Honor

Oil Contracts
BEIRUT, -(UPD-Baghdad ra radio
dio radio said yeaterday the revolution
ary pro Nasser government cl
Iraq will honor existing multi-mil
lion dollar agreements with West
ern oil companies for the opera
tion of Iraqi oil fields.
The broadcast indicated the net
regime did not to nationalize tht
Iraq Petroleum Company (IPC
a Western firm managed by th
British, American, Dutch an
French interests have substantia
holdings in the company.
Measures to safeguard oil plant)
and pipelines prime targets
ing the 1996 Sues crisis-have feiw
taken by the new Baghdad fM
erment the broadcast said 1



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JULY It, 1958

fAGE TWO

THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THIS IS rOUt fOKUM THI HEADERS OWN COLUMN
T. Mart Ma m op.n foryni fot reader. T. mmm "''""
Latter, are r.e...d t-Ny h"',',d '" 1 wholW t0B",en'""
"""U'yw contr.but. Mttr don l b. Impjtitnt it it do.tii t appiai tht
Mst day. Littara ara publuhtrf in th ordti reitd.
PImm try r k.cp th letter, limited to on peg l"B'.
Identity o writr K hald in .trictut confidence
Thi. n.w.p.p,. HMmri no ,.pon,ib.liry to. .tat.ment. or opmlen.
xpresitd in letter, tram reeder..
THE MAIL BOX

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CANAL ZONE UNIONS
hr that the students, Panama's protectors of the future
cause. I refer to tne leiwu ay ld dy Dul
his Local U0, of which he is so proua m existence
to rent our land """j? o"" K, W"m,
Sf rffi'te prole" the SS P it clean. ana .rc ,UU-
STr;na'i" 2K ffCrtiin, t .these pls to UKe
dian origin, "d ".Sol their country's his his-J23Sp&
J23Sp& his-J23Sp& -d SitrcafSaniza'tions. And there are no
"t fe0elklikeCethreOtstudent.s that the Panamian flag should at
r.i for a while Paint up those buildings in the New
Kdfort? ito avoW the rates" the Canal charges on freight
UtX ryor have the guts to fight
-rln?t the Panamanian government, but. no one has the guts
rtt the Cana?Zone government? Not so long ago many of
th ftudente gave a hard I time to Panamanians trying to cross
from their wort in the Canal Zone to their homes n Panama
TOthis done as some sort of reprisal for the 1 ailing of the
rtudente changed with trespassing in Curundu military reserva-
ti0nTH,t let's get back to "100 Percent Unionist." Even giving
Mm the benefTt of the doubt by conceding that Local 000
SouBht the I "an "hour minimum wage down here to the Zone
how many of the union members are making that minimum
And how much has Local 900 done for the local-rate postal
tlCr"100 Percent Unionist" forgets about Local 713, the only
union with the guts to fight for its members rights, as a result
Sf which its North American leader was smeared as a Com Communist
munist Communist and lalled on the Canal Zone. It was types like 100
Unionist" who killed Local 713.

Labor News
And
Comment

". . Hove the Wish I Wish tonight"

PANAMA AMERICAN
WANT Mi

l MID A JOB gstDCAJrS FOftSAU mvV)o

VAN FILL YOUR NEEDS.'

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Slate
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAYINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
(MP
V Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave at
corner of "I" Street

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of Tth St.

G. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Manager Sub-Manajer
HOURS:
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 8.00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

(NOTE TO EDITOR: Victor
Kiesel is on his way to Europa
to dig up and report new behind behind-the.ic.nt!
the.ic.nt! behind-the.ic.nt! srori.i on this trout.
Toa.y, while he is tn route, his
guest columnist is Ewan Cleguc,
commissioner of Labor statis statistics,
tics, statistics, who tells now his depart department
ment department creates the cost- of- living
index.)
By EWAN CLAGUE
Commissioner ol Labor Statistics
U.S. Department ol Labor

WASHINGTON For n, ,y 40

years the Consumer i'na. index

nas Deeu a key statistic in ino Am

erican economy, it was created

during Vvoriu .. ar I in oruer to

help solve wage disputes. In World

War 11 u acnieveu prominence as

a guide to wage staDilization. JJur.
ing the postwar inllauon period,
196 -48, it became one ol the lact
ors in wage escalator contracts,
which are today more wmespie.i'1
than ever beiore. Tne inuex is al.
so being worked into alimony pay payments,
ments, payments, rental contracts, pension
payments, ande veve bond issues.
Yet many ol the users of the
Index employers, worners, and
the general public nave little
knowledge concerning what the ift
dex is, how it is prepared, or now
it should be used.
One of the most common mis mis-understandigs
understandigs mis-understandigs is the relationship
of the index to the cosi ol living.
There are many factors whicli can
influence a family's cost of living.
A new baby in the family; a move
to a new community; the decision
to buy a home instead of renting
all these can raise amily living
cost. So can a ri$e in consumer
prices. But among all these the on on-ly
ly on-ly factor wich the index measures
is the rise (or fall) of prices. The
Index measures only the effect of
price changes upon the cost of liv living.
ing. living. The index is based upon a fixed
market basket of consumer goods
and services bought by the average
wage or salary earning family.
The information comes from he
families themselves. The last sur survey
vey survey of family expenditures was
made in 1950 51.
The studies not only give us
lists of the goods and services
which the families buy, they also
provide information on the im.
portance (or weight) of each it it-tern
tern it-tern in the family's budget. To
get the Index we simply price
this tfixed market basket frm
one month to the next.
Does this mean that t h f

market basket never changes?

Not at all. Some item may beio beio-come
come beio-come obsolete, srf we lind substi.
tutes. Sales of TV sets may in increase
crease increase and radios decline; we
raise the weight of one and re reduce
duce reduce the other.
Over a period of 10 years, fam family
ily family buying patterns usually change
so much that a new market basket
needed. That requires a basic re revision
vision revision of the Index.
Another confusion in people's
minds is the difference between
necessities and luxuries, inis i.
dea grows out of the notion of a
minimum standard of living budg,
et. The Index is not based upon
that; represents the average ex.
penditures ol the average income
family. Is an automobile a nec necessity?
essity? necessity? Or a TV?
The bureau does not make that
decision. The. automobile is sepr

sented in the Index to the extent
that average working family owns
one. So loo with home ownership,
household appliance, furniture,
etc.
Many questions are raised about
our pricing methods do we yet I
the actual prices that families pay ?
We do everything we can, within
our resources, to get aouai prices, i
Some, like streetcar fares or pub.

lie utility rates, we can collect
by mail. For many years, we col collected
lected collected rents by mail, after a pre-
liminary visit to the family.
However, a few years a ago we
found it necessary to ask for fun is,
which Congress provide, to enable
us to visit families each time that
we collected the rent information. :
For food prices we use a lo al
rsident, usually a housewife, who
works for us a few days during the
middle week of the month. She
goes into the grocery store and
prices each one of the 8(l-odd foods
represented in the index.
For appliances, furniture, ap apparel
parel apparel and other such we find
it necessary to use full. time
agents with more training and
experience. We visit automobile
dealers, from whom we get re.
ports on both the cash reductions
from list prices nl over al.
lowances on trade. ins.
People olten say, "1 shop around
and can do much better on prices
than the index." Of course they
can. A prudent housewife can do
much better than the average
which is what the index represents.
I saw recently a sample required
careful choosing.
It doesn't alter the fact that
food prices generally are consider considerably
ably considerably higher this year. The index
shows the average picture.
Are there weaknesses and lim limitations
itations limitations in the index? Yes, ai
course. Fair Trade list prices are
breaking down everywhere. On
some items we ought to be obtain obtaining
ing obtaining more quotations and collect collecting
ing collecting more frequently. We should
add to our list of stores. The index
is so important that its accuracy
should he improved.

Walter Winchell In New York

BROADWAY IN JULY

Now comes those sultry, silly days,
When neophytes from their hideaways
Bombard the drama eds with dreams
About their wondrous theatre schemes.
One claims he's gonna star Mae West
In solo readings from Eddie Guest;
Another's found a script so funny
Even Jack Benny's putting up money.
But comes the Fall, and these fey folk
Disappear like a wisp of smoke:
Their opening nights are never roasted
Because their bonds are ne-ver posted.

chased out of Britain (by the Lon London
don London press) lor maiomg a 13-year
oiu gin ... London and other Brit

.DAUYWASHINGTON

MERRY-GO

HJHM A.o

Round

V

WASHINGTON, -The public is
getting so customed to Hearing
that Project Vanguard has faiieu
to get oi. the ground again that
they scarcely pay any attention to
the "routine announcement that
"the second stage failed to ig ignite,
nite, ignite, which another 20-inch satel satellite
lite satellite going to the bottom of the
Atlantic.
The latest failure of Vanguard,
however, was the worst scientific
defeat the United States has suf suffered
fered suffered in its none-too-happy race
with the Soviet Union.
The small gold.plated "moon"
which Navy scientists were trying
to put in orbit was jam packed
with instruments with which they
hoped to ferret out vital secrets
of space. The Russians, oy put putting
ting putting up three very large Sputniks,
one carrying a dog and iha last
a veritable flying laboratory have
been learning vast amounts of in information
formation information about outer space.
They have been tantalizing U.S.
scientists by hinting a few things
they have learned, but are not
giving us any really significant
data about cosmic rays, submi.
croscopk particles, etc.
Especially they have not tun tuned
ed tuned over any data concerning con.
ditions that may affect the ability
of human beings to live in outer
space.
American scientists have been
able to pick up the radio signals
from Sputnik III and analyze
them. But they do not know how
the instruments inside the Sputnik
are calibrated, therefore can
reach few scientific conclusions.
Reluctantly they have concluded
the coded information by Sputnik
III can be interpreted only by
the Russians.
LAST SATELLITE BALL
Unfortunately, the 20-inch bill
that went into the ocean last
time is the last of the .ully in

strumented IGY satellites the Na.

-Tom W'eatherly.

during a poker game at Fred War Warning's
ning's Warning's Shawnee-on the Delaware
place when one of the players ae
cused another of being a magician.

t-..I- r)nlA D i n Am TUtvrnn 1 Flonl nhnmn al'i-ncpfl thjf

Lov wearing her famed imperturb-j Nice Work Dept: Understudy Lee "' ,'u"s '"
able look at the Carlton House Bar, Grant collects $1,000 a week just r?'? p.ft .J?"
t- v rw.nt nH Mrs Ciiein' to stand in t.hp wines wailine for er s miss ax,. ...viuue a scene

...I 1 Vli VU,am o..v. cs-- -- o-- -' c
(Abbe Lane) feasting OB Cuban1 "Seesaw" leading lady Anne Ban Ban-delicacies
delicacies Ban-delicacies (at LaBarracs) While croft 1 to break 'her bet neck or
their cheewahwah dines on Ameri-ileg ...Recession Over? CBS plans
can steak ... Liberaee lighting up plans an economy drive among
the Eden Roc Club with his smile1 staffers. NBC just bumped 250 off
Governor Quinn of Hawaii at the payroll ... Constance Bennett's
iu. if d rwnthv T.a- son Peter Plant and his wife Bet-

U1C Hawaiian """-"""'. .. .... ... u;wn,mQ ln caa hs r,!,.t,,o Uh,.

her Oh Cant- v paneu leccnuv one is oeius i"v'-i "ti UJ
Dot Dash-Dotty', courted bv Air Force Lt. Robert Remember?" ... "Could you kind kind-dnnkinn'tike
dnnkinn'tike kind-dnnkinn'tike herlPipcr ... Miguel Aleman, Jr. (son 1.V move your coat9" ... "Why do
lioimuK. iim. 1 ", j . . .i -II ,. ,.i,.., iii, ci :-

ogled by Ol ln" ex rresiaeni ot iviexicoi ana u usncia iuui ut oii miiicu

ooh- cover-gal dioria toenran no tneir iuui nun on my nei-K, m:,-

wilenn' cha-cha inc at Chateau-Madrid ... wsr: ... i uon t, care wnat you say.

l. i .4.. j. i .1""'

u e audtucs ,iui.u..6 val Research Laboratory had
poet who married his cousin, also read tQ send Mo mter
1;!,K t.EdgaJ out" Pe! Gerge They he another on which
Abbott and Philip Dunning are they.ve been working but jt won.,
working on a new hit. The G- be ready to g0 before October.
Notes." Their first playweddingj Tney are desperately rushiug
since "Lily Turner" in '32 ..Don't work on others but tw0 years of
invite G. Jessel and O. Levant tojPatient work on instrumentation
the same fireworks ... The Latin;went into the drink when that sec
Quarter's Shirley Forrest and Mor- ond stage failed to fire.
timer Brown (furniture tycoon) The United States will now try
have that glazed stare ... Iran's to fire a couple more satellites.
Prince Kazem Kashani and ac-jOne is made of plastic and will
tress Trudy Wroe make Erika'sjbe for the purpose of measuring
their heartquarters ... Champion 1 the earth's gravitational field.

nuicr non ueiany ana loveiy su
zanne Bruni are a big romance

Anoiher will be eauiDoed with

a TV instrument to test how satel.
lites can be used to scan cloud
cover and help maka weather fore
casts.
If these satellite firings are sue.
eJtfgtL the American public will
be Kept super icially satisfied. But
these satellites won't tell us the
kind of vital data the Russians are

The Movie Balcony: "The news I"? nicking up from their Sput.
rppl is rtn P,n opl nnnrnrn" "We. OIK III.

- - - p,- ......

mour dashing to
ain!" rehearsals.
... Gin"er Roeers

own daughter) gettinc

the "Look Back In Anger

and-ahhdience... Meredith

rrrpatnr of "The Music Man

and his wife entering the St. Mor
itz aftT takin" a plane in Los An Angeles
geles Angeles for 'San Diego" wtvrh didn't
stop until it got to New York.

),Mrs. Dan Topping (he co owns he Hetty brabie has better legs than

N.Y. Yankees) is demanding one m Krynner any wme ..."whi you
million tax free dollars before she Please shaddup9" ... "Do me a
aerees to helne struck nut. I favor, Drapp Dedd!" ... "Four

. Stars they gave this bomb?

want mv nass back!"

Famous Last Words (or why,
Sallies In Our Allev: At the Steak i Uiey inven'ed Reno): "I tell you Times Square Smalltalk: Model
Pit last nicht some of us were it musta been a wrong number! Babs Beckwith stole the show at
"ahbinf about Shrrman Adams' What woman would call me Eddje Condon's with her new sack sack-friend
friend sack-friend Santa Goldfine. whose nar- here?". .."You tell .your big-mouth- sy Tesg and g fiamecoiored wj?
ty of nals consumed IS rooms at ed friend Mabel that 1 haven Geene rjourtnev and Paul Hart Hart-a
a Hart-a M'ashinpton hotel. "Whv did he been to the Cqpa for months and man j,re causing tch-tchat ...Chan ...Chan-need
need ...Chan-need sn manv-"' nueried a list- I don't know any cheap looking; tnotsje Rosjna pa?an's biack un.
ener "Six.' chuckled a wag, blonde" ... "Think of the chil-; r)jes are trimmed with solid gold...
"were for his reindeer!" ...Over- dren. She doesn't mean a thing to If-S a son for the Peter Sander.
heard- "What, do von have to be. me"... "You must have phoned snns (D0Mv Crandall) at N.Y. Hos-

te r;et invded n rrujiuo s par-,iiie wmns iwi'e y i pitai ... Helen Dcstwell (she danc.

ties?" ... A girl!

In silence, the discovery of some
facts quickly leads to others.
These acts tend to pyramid.
The Russians, already months
ahead of the United States in
space technology, are now length lengthening
ening lengthening their advantage by many
more months. It will not be until
October that we can begin to dis discover
cover discover some of the in'ormation thp

j Russians already know.

Memos of a Midnilhter: the nn nn-Iv
Iv nn-Iv nlav to represent America at

Hip Brussels Fair will hp thp eham-j
pion B'way "on "Waitin" For "-od J Bchind-the-Sccncs: Jazzist
ol," by a Britisher! Which State nroll star Jerry Lee Lewis

ev Your

mother never am trust me so od in the "Damn Yankees" chor-

that's A-ho they were. Private oe:us) enHed their three vear mar mar-tectives?"
tectives?" mar-tectives?" ... Someone else's lip.. rjagc He's hound for Germany
stick? My dear, you flatter me. (.he for Vesas Dean Martin's

next Canitol click should be "Vo-

rock
was

RESERVES STANDBY
ROME (UPD Informed sources
said yesterday that a number of
reserve o'ficers of the Italian
armed forces have received stand,
by orders. A Defense Ministry
spokesman said he "assumed"
the order was connected with
forthcoming annual exercise. He
said he was not aware of any spe special
cial special defense measures connected
with the Middle East crisis.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
Cristobal
"YAQUE" y I
"ULUA" '"' 26
"HIBUERAS" 3
"YAQUE" Aug. H
"ULUA" Au- 1(i
"HIBUERAS" Aug. 2S
"YAQUE" Aug. 30
Also Handling Hefrigerated and Chilled Cargo
Arrives
New York Service Crstobal
"ESPARTA" July 21
"LIMON" -lv 28
"COMAYAGUA" Aug. 4
"i'ARISM'NA" Aug. 11
"SAN JOSE" Aug. 18
"METAPAN" Aug. 25
"ISTOBALW.C.C.A. EEDDER SERVICE
"TEXITA" Every C10) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Anjjeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New Tork and Return $240.00
Tn Los Anreles and San Fraitciaco and
Returning from Los Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return .. ....... $365.00
TELEPHONES: i
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904

lare" (Vo-lare-ray), an Italian hit hit-une.
une. hit-une. It won first Prize at the San
Remo Music Festival. Mitchell
Parish (parent of the "Stardust"
poetry) wrote the English word word-magic.
magic. word-magic. ..In Italy the title was 'Nel
Blu di Pinto Di Blu"... Broadway
translation: "I'm Painting The Sky
Blue" ... Time mag's very young
college hoys recently credited one
of the N.Y. brain-nickers with say
ing (about WW): "And on the sev seventh
enth seventh day he rested." This got a big
plav in the paners all over the
vorld some years ago when the
line was pinned on a Mid West
Henry Luce.
Sounds in the Night: At Lindy's:
"Teevce's where even after you
reach the top you have to climb a
mountain every week" ... At the
Gothic Room: "Broadway's a
strange street. You never know
when it's eonna smile at you or
laff at you". ..At Al Cooner's: "She
has that tartifictal look" .. At Ben
Blues: "He got so drunk I
couMn't see him'" ... A the Ten
der Tran: "In New York for eve every
ry every Top Banana there's a bunch of
Sour Grapes."

MAN TO OUTER $PACE
The unpleasant truth is that we
are falling farther behind every
day in the race into space and
that our only chance to catch up
will be to try to send a human
pilot out into space with the new
hypersonic 3,600 MPH X-15 plane.
The National Advisory Commit,
lee for Aeronautics may send a
volunteer pilot in the X-15 up to
the frontier of space 80 miles up
as early as August.' It will be a
real risk because we have no
idea what conditions prevail out
there.
But our scientists are getting
desperate. They realize that the
Russians may also be getting rea ready
dy ready to put men into space and

that, with their superior know,
leoge ol couuuiotu oeyond the
earth's atmosphere, they are in a
position to design more efficient
rockets and expand their superior,
ity over the United States,

In short, despite the complacen
cy o the public and the ontiminf

ic overtones of the Eisenhower
Administration, we are not catch.

ing up with the Russinas.
With every passing week their
lead is lengthening. Tht latest

failure of Vanguard is the most

expensive loss to the nation to
date.
UNDER THI DOME
Though Sherman Adams said
he first met Bernard Goldfine in
1940 when Senator Cotton of New

Hampshire introduced them, Cot-

ion, wnen queried, said he had in
troduced Adams to Goldfine in
1946. . .Says GOP Senators Cape,
hart of Indiana: "When Sherman
Adams leaves Washington the
first 15 rows of the departing com.
mittee should be reserved for Re Republican
publican Republican Congressmen so they
can at least see him, after trying
for five years.". .The biggest
libel judgment in American hi.no
ry, $190,000 against the Las 'el
gas. Sun, was argued befnrp ti.

Nevada Supreme Court the othe?

day by Jidward P. Morgan, who
pointed out that if the judgment
were allowed t ostand "a prtm prtm-ium
ium prtm-ium will be placed on stetile, pus.
illanimous, milk.toast, platitudin.
ous publications which can b'fend
no one. The frontier spirit which
ium will be placed on sterrlepus sterrlepus-called
called sterrlepus-called a spade must yield lo a
timid fear of suffering a hor horrendous
rendous horrendous penalty." ....Con.
gressman Wayne Hays of Ohiu
should have followed that hunch
and run for the Senate. In his
recent primary he got 600 "write "write-in"
in" "write-in" votes from Republicans. .
GOP Senator Bricker, an old
standby in Ohio, may be in for a
tough race from ex Congress,
man Stephen Young though no.'
body ever thought so six months
ago. .The world premiere of
"South Seas Adventure," the ncv
est Cinerama, will be held in
New York July 13 for the bene,
its of Big Brothers. It's a smash
hit for for a great movement to
help prevent juvenile deliquency.
Now that Sherman Adams has
broken the sound barrier and test,
ified for th first time hi his ca.
reer on Capitol Hill. Senator Ke
fativer is rh"iVwiT r V,,i,',;nn
back to- testify on Dixon-Yates.
Adams flatly refused to testify
on Dixon-Yates before, though he
was the man who helned nut

across the conflict qfJntereA deal

ranged

against TVA which

ilil

i

in

1

By accident Michael Fara Fara-lay,
lay, Fara-lay, who discovered the
'rinclple of electromagnetism,
ilso discovered how to liquefy
lases. Noticing an oily film
f chlorine gas, he thought he
tad used a soiled tube.. But
vhen he filed off the end, the
las exploded and the film dis disappeared.
appeared. disappeared. The "oil" was really
iquefied chlorine.
0 Brltamv Jr. Encyclopedia

Melody Time

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS
1 "What a
was Mary"
4 Percussion
instrument
8 Light vehicle
12 "I'm in love
with
13 Finnish poem
14 Musical
instrument
18 Correlative
of neither

DOWN
1 Gasp
2 Lov god
3 Writers of
song words
4 Laundry
device
5 Operates
4 Joins
7 Encountered
8 Fuels
9 Competent
10 Fish eggs

(pl)

26 Caucasian
Russian
27 Choice

16 Signed briefly spreads to dry 28 Single

25 Window glass 41 Foretellers

42 Eye
suggestively

43 Fight

The Orchid Garden: Mike Nich Nichols
ols Nichols and Elaine May. who rate a
Broadwav show, at Blue Angel ...
Da'id Allen's breezy CBS radio
frolic ... The Castro Sisters' new
platter, "Who Are They Tn Say?"
Lovely Ramine of "Cinerama
South Seas Adventure' ...Arnu"l ...Arnu"l-va's
va's ...Arnu"l-va's album, "A MAN And His
Dream". ..Patti Page's jazzy "The
East Side"... Marian McPartland's

McMagic at the Composer.

The Torch Is Like This: When
memories won't let you forget
them ... When Dan Cnmd's m-de
a Dan Fool of you ... When yorve
tried everything to forget her ex ex-eeot
eeot ex-eeot another girl ... When you st;p
living without dying ...When you
find out you were just an Intermis Intermission
sion Intermission after vott thought .vou were
The Whole She

18 Most banal 17 EuroDean

20 Consecrate peninsula
' 2 1 Vehicle 1 9 Sample food
22 Female sheep 23 Spend
24 Sacred bull uselessly
26 Glacial ridges 24 Mimicker

27 French coin
30 Adhesives
32 Night"
. 34 Comes in
35 Dress waist
i 36 Legal matters
!3T Allot
39 Lock openers
40 Core
41 Dry, at wine
42 Frequently
45 Come In
once more
49 Ornamental
' note
81 On of the
Gershwins
82 Song bird
S3 "Somewhere
the
rainbow"
84 Grease
66 "Fiv feet
two, --
of blue"
86 Hardy heroins
57Bwn

26 Shoshonean

Indians.
31 Rich fur
33 Compare
38 Grew

44 Allowance
for waste
44 French
summers
47 Great Lake
48 Cheat rattle

40 Dry measures SO Negative word

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SATURDAY. JULY 19, 1958
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
-
-.' HP.
The Question Is: Which
Way Did He Mean To Go?
o

m

MAJ JAMES E. DAVIS, JR., adjutant, Headquarters, Fort Clayton, reads a citation awarding
MSat Thomas J. Cassidy, left, a Certificate of Achievement for outstanding work during
the period from February 1958 to July 1958. At the right is Col. John D. Coney, post com commander
mander commander of Fort Clayton who will officially present the certificate to the sergeant. Cassidy is
administrative NCO of the post with duties varying from administering to enlisted personnel
to handling incoming and outgoing correspondence for the Headquarters. He has been in
the Canal Zone since August 1955 and is leaving Monday for the U.S. and reassignment.
(U.S. Army Photo)

mm
Hp' m V9

SINGING SERGEANT tW 15th Naval District's entry In the
All-Navy Talent Contest, Marines Sgt. William H. Mayo of Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, Va., will fly to Charleston, S.C., Monday to compete in the
regional. The vocalising Leatherneck will deliver two number
"in the Sinatra style." Mayo, who has performed professionally
In night clubs and service centers, also confesses to singing in
the shower. (Navy Photo)

MOVKS-TELfVISION H
- I N(A Stall Correspondent IMHaJLI M

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Nota Notable
ble Notable Quotables: EARL HOLIMAN,
the Mr. Romantic of 'Don't Go
Near the Water," and now "Hot
Spell": "Television could have be.
come the geatest proving ground
for new personalities in the world
but they gave up trying to create
new stars in favor of established
Hollywood personalities. Motion
pictures are still looking for new
talent though, and building new
stars. As lonfi as television
tries to live off the stars Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood creates, they've got to re.
main the tail on the movies' kite."
ROUBEN MAMOULIAN, di director;
rector; director; "From the di director's
rector's director's viewpoint, the ideal actor
combines the best qualities of dogs
and cats the dog's instant nooa
of emotion, the cat's perfect con.
trol." ;:
DENNIS CROSBY, about how
Papa Crosby has taken his mar marriage:
riage: marriage: "There are no hard feel feelings.
ings. feelings. iBing still isn't happy with
the way we got married and I
don't think he'll be content un.
til we are married in the Catho Catholic
lic Catholic church. The wheels are al.
ready turning for us to do this.
HUGH BEAUMONT, about
playing the father in TV's "Leave
It to Beaver'";
"It's hard on an actor's ego.
You spend a lifetime perfecting
a techinique, and a youngster
with a grin or a wink steals the
scene. However, I feel it's not
competition but accompaniment."
COMEDIAN BEN L E S Y:
"Things are sorough I can't even
get my hands on stage money."
ORSON WELLES: "Books a a-bout
bout a-bout how to act give me heart
burn."
ED WYNN: "There's nothing in
the world that couldn't be cured
if the UNITED Nations would get
some united notions."
CLINT WALKER, on suspen.
sion at Warner Bros., on being
anxious to escape the "Cheyenne"
telefilm series: "A series in con confining,
fining, confining, a dead end street. You
work in the same sets, with tne
same actors. How many ways can
you do a western?"
PRODUCERS BILL PERLBERG
AND GEORGE SEATON: "'Teach.
r'g Pet' tsitght ttt a good lesson
eople are hungry for comedy

pictures."
KIRK DOUGLAS, with $4, $4,-000,000
000,000 $4,-000,000 invested in his independ independent
ent independent movie, "The Vikings'"; "This

is this most exciting period in
motion picture history a chal.
lenge. This is when you separate
the men irom the boys."
MILTON BERLE, heckling the
heckler, Don Rickles, in a Hol
lywood night spot: "Here's a young
man we in show business will soon
be looking up to the hanging is
Thursday."
LOUIS L'AMOUR the western
author: "I'm writnig a film west
ern tor Katharine Hepburn. She
would like to do one and I agree.
Of all the actresses on the
screen, she is best suited to appear
in a western, hhe has the typical
pioneer woman's face."
JERRY WALD, after a visit with
Princess Grace and Prince Rai.
nier in Monaco: "The interior
of the castle looked like a New
York apartment and I said so.
Grace replied, 'It ought to. I had
all my furniture shipped over.'"
JACK BENNY to one of his
writers: "How would you like to
be General Trujillo's supply ser sergeant
geant sergeant
JACK PALANCE, about film filming
ing filming "The Man Inside" in Madrid,
Spain: "It's really the first time
Madrid has been used as a back,
ground for an entire movie. But
with Anita Ekberg in the fore foreground,
ground, foreground, I suppose all the men in
the audience will miss the
scenery."
GWEN VERDON, about why
she is not getting the "star treat,
ment" from the crew of her movie,
"Damn Yankees":
'One of them found out my fa father
ther father was a sound -stage elec electrician
trician electrician at MGM for 31 years.
From then on 1 was in. I was one
of the 'boys.' I like it better this
way, too."
PRED COE movie; and Tv prod producer
ucer producer predicting eventful produc production
tion production of "B" pictures for TV only:
"TV needs all kinds of program
ming to meet different artistic,
economic and intelligence levels
from 'Wisdom' to soap operas and
westerns., Hollywood s future is
In big movies for theaters and its
B nroduct for TV. Bread butter
money is important, too."'

More Rosicrucian
Books Received
At CZone Library
Additional volumes on the sub

ject of Rosicrucianism have peon
added to the collection ot iiosicru iiosicru-cian
cian iiosicru-cian philosophy at all Canal Zone
libraries.
G. R. Fitzroy B. of Colon, local
Rosicrucian member, said he has
been informed by the grand Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Rosicrucian Order,
that because of the demand for
works on this subject, it has been
found esential to donate further
copies to the Canal Zone libraries.
Firtzroy also declared thai since
the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC,
is not arreligious organization,
all of its publications are treatis treatises
es treatises on philosophy, metaphusics, the
sciences, and the arts, the object
of the organization being to give
the student member an under understanding
standing understanding of the fundamental laws
of life so as to permit him to rea realize
lize realize a fuller and more abundant
existence.
Fitzroy added that the selection
of cities for the periodic Rosicru
cian conclaves is determined by
the interest shown by the reading
public in the organization's publi publications
cations publications and monthly periodical,
the Rosicrucian Digest, in bpublic
libraries."
In addition to holding member membership
ship membership conclaves by the rand
Lodge in the local press. The
funds that make possible the do donation
nation donation of the books to the public
libraries are theresult of contri contributions
butions contributions of local members of the
organization.
CHUCKLE HEAD
KEEPS POPPING UP
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
name of Bernard Goldfine popped
up in the Senate debate yester
day on the reciprocal trade pro
gram.
Sen. Ohn D. Johnston (U-b.c.),
arguing against extension of what
he called the "reciprocal trade
give-away," claimed the program
clothes the President with the
"legal right to out-give Goldfine."
COMPLAINER'S CAR TAGGED
CHICAGO (UPI) Alderman
Charles H. Weber's face is slight,
ly red today.
After he had complained to po.
lice that private vehicles on Da Da-men
men Da-men Avenue were hampering the
work of street cleaners, officers
began ticketing all illegally
parked autos in the area. Among
the cars tagged was Weber's big
white Cadillac.
TIRED Of SAck LOOK
SAN FRANCISCO Eleanor
Moses, Miss Alaska in the Miss
Universe contest to be held at
Long Beach, says she doesn't go
for the sack look.
The 20-year-old Athabaskan In.
dian from Fairbanks, who paused
here long enough to buy a ki.
mono, explained: "My people
have been wearing sack dresses
for generations. The kimono is
prettier."
GOOD BARGAINING POINT
TOKYO (UPI)-Ball boy Yo.
shito Hatadome has a real selling
point to advance his ambition to
become a player with the Inatsuki
Middle School baseball team in
Fukuoka Prefecture.
Yoshito trained his two shepherd
dogs to retrieve lost balls and now
has accumulated 500. He says he
will give all of them to the team
the day he is taken on aa a regu regular.
lar. regular. IT MEANS STOP
OAKLAND, Calif. (TJPI)-It will
be four days in the cooler for
Manuel Fernandez, who was un.
able to pay a $20 fine levied on
him yesterday for running through
a red light on his bicycle.
PAID FOR THIS ONI
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UPI) A
Democratic senatorial candidate
donated a vicuna coat yesterday
night to the Cheyenne labor un.
ions' committee on political edu-
cation and the group plans to
auction it to raise money. The
candidate, Hepburn T. Armstrong,
told union officials: "I paid for it
in Bolivia. Goldfine didn't give it
to nr"

SANTA ANA, Calif. (UPI) -Twenty
years ago today, t grin
ning, red.haired young Irishman
climbed aboard a dilapidated old
monoplane at Floyd Bennatt Field
in Brooklyn and announced his
destination as California.
Twenty-eight hours and 13 rnin.
utes later, the same Irishman,
wearing the same grin, landed
his antiquated craft at Baldonnell
in Dublin, Ireland, and inquired
of astounded officials:
"Is this Los Angeles?'
Thus was bora the legend of
Douglas (Wrong Way) Corrigan

a legend whose most tantaliz
ing aspect has never been ex
plained to complete satisfaction,
namely :
Which way did Corrigan mean
to go?
The daredevil pilot,- now 51 and
a citrus rancher here, has main
tained for two decades that he
really aimed tor Los Angeles. But
he adds with his impish grin:
"That's my story. I've been tell,
ing it so long I'm beginning to
believe it."
To historians, this statement is
something of a major concession,
because at the time of his
achievement, Corrigan said:
"I set that compass wrong or I
would have got to California.
Honest, I meant to go there. It
was just dumb luck that I got to
Dublin."
Life to Corrigan is a good deal
quieter now than in the tumultu.
ous days following his flight,
wnen he was a world-wide cele.
brity.
With his wife, Elizabeth, and
their three sons Douglas, 17,
Harry, 14, and Roy, 7 he lives
in a four-bedroom, ranch style
home in the middle of his 20.acre
orange grove.
How did the flight and the en.
suing fame affect his life?
"I don't know whether it helped
or hurt my future," he said. "I
didn't make much money out of
it, and in those days there wasn't
much of a future in aviation be.
cause you didn't know where you
were going.
"Maybe I might have settled
down to a more secure type of
future rather than the much,
publicized thing that happened."
Corrigan, a short, stocky native
of Galveston, Tex., caught the
world'? fancy not only because of
his "wrong way" flight but also
INSURANCE REMOVED
LONDON (UPI) -Lloyd's ma marine
rine marine underwriters have removed
the standard war risk Insurance
coverage on ships using Lebanese
and Iraqi ports. As a result of the
measure, ship owners whose ves.
sels plan to call at such ports will
have to negotiate costly separate
war insurance coverage with un.
derwirters.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "SALAVERRY" August 3
M.V. "POTOSI" .. August 8
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 tons)
(Air-Conditioned) L- Sept. 26
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "CUZCO" July 25
S.S. "KENUTA" August 8
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH GOWAN" Julv 27
8.S "DUIVENDYK" August 13
' TO UK CONTINENT
S.S. "LOCH AVON" August 1
S.S. "DALERDYK" August 15
LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGF'lTHoTfT NOTICE
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905

mi lH jL. pi
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because of the junkshop nature of

his plane.
Larry Conner, who helped Cor
rigan rebuild the plane at San
Diego, said, "It took Doug 13
days' to fly the ship back from
New York, where he bought it in
1935 for $310.
'Parts, including the cabin door
were held together by baling wire.
It carried 330 gallons of gasoline
in five fuselage and wing tanks
which inter. ered with Corrisan s
view and forced him to fly partly
"blind."
His only instruments were the
wrong way compass and a 10-
foot Dole to knock ice off his
wings. He had no radio for food,
he had two boxes ok figs.
"The kids of today have all
those fancy buttons to push," he
said, "but the oldtimers knew
what they were doing even when
they were traveling in the wrong
direction."
Federal Employes
Railroad Workers
May Gel Tax Break
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The tax tax-writing
writing tax-writing House Ways and Means
Committee tentatively has ap approved
proved approved a plan giving tax breaks
to federal workers, the self.em.
ployed and railroad employes.
The committee gave provision provisional
al provisional approval to the legislation
today despite opposition from
the Treasury, which complained
of the expected loss of revenue.
The plan would allow persons
to deduct from their taxable in.
come certain amounts paid into
compulsory federally-operated re retirement
tirement retirement programs. The deduction
would be allowed on amounts up
to $200 which are paid as a result
of deductions in excess of three
per cent.
This would provide varying
amounts of tax relief for federal
employes who pay 6'i per cent
of their entire salary into the
civil service retirement fund:
railroad workers who pay 6ii per
cent of their hrst $350 in monthly
earnings into the railroad retire,
ment fund; and self employed
persons covered by social security
who pay a 3u per cent tax on
their first $4,200 in annual earn earnings.
ings. earnings. It would provide no immediate
tax relief for other classes of
workers covered by social secur.
ity, since their tax rate now is
only 2u per cent.
The plan was advanced by rail railroad
road railroad labor unions as a part of a
plan for raising pension benefits
for retired railroad workers with without
out without cutting the take.home pay of
present workers.

xvsi rcitroKMERS Cash awards and certificates were given to Installation employes of
Albrook AFB who have put forth outstanding effort in their work over the last six months
period. The Outstanding Performance Awards were given by Maj. Guy A. Trifone, instal installation
lation installation engineer (center), to (1-r) David A. Lewis, preventive maintenance foreman for the
Albrook area; Robert D. Macaskey, cerpenter shop foreman; George Emslie, electrical shop
foreman, and James R. Kimball, Jr. preventive maintenance supervisor (Official USAF Photo)

Search Continues
In Minn. Forest
For Lost Boyr Gi
ASH LAKE, Minn. (UPI) One
hundred National Guardsmen and
volunteers crashed through the de.
fense underbrush of a bear-infest,
ed wilderness today in search of
a lost brother and sister.
Sheri'f Ray McDermott warned
"we have to find them today. If
we don't, there probably won't be
much, use looking any more."
The children, Francine Crego,
10, and her brother, Michael, 8,
wandered away from their grand grandfather's
father's grandfather's summer home Wednesday
afternoon on a berry-picking ex.
pedition.
They apparently became lost in
the forest, where bears and tim.
ber wolves roam. Their plight re.
minded searchers of the fairy
tale stories of Hansel and Gr'etel
and the babes in the woods;.
The children's only companion
was their 7-month-old cocker span,
iel dog. They were not dressed for
the chill nights of the northern
woods. Francine wore only a light
blouse and pedal pushers, while
Michael's main protection against
the cold was a flannel shirt.
National Guardsmen joined the
search parties today and thice
planes and a helicopter searched
overhead. Search lights, sirens and
huge bonfires were employed dur during
ing during the night hours, and blood,
hounds tried to pick up the scent
by day.
The children's father, Lyte
Crego of Hibbing, Minn., was a
constant member of the searcn
party. His wi'e stayed behind and
refused to give up hope, friends
said.
The best clue to the children's
fate today were footprints found
near Black Duck Lake, Vi miles
from the grandfather's cabin.
Similar trails had failed to lead
to the children, however.
American Society
Announces Ball
Prize Winners
The board of directors of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Society of the Republic
of Panama announced today the
names of the major prize win winners
ners winners at the Independence Day
Ball held at the Union Club.
The winners and their prizes
included Mrs. Claire S.weeney,
round trip airplane travel to Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, donated by Persons Travel
Bureau: Gabriel De Obarrio, ta
ble radio by Panama Radio Co--noration;
Mrs. Diane Jensen, sil silver
ver silver tray by Mercurio; Adm.
George Waif; Wterv by Fire Firestone;
stone; Firestone; Mrs. Edith Brightforth, per permanent
manent permanent wave bv AHuro's Beauty
ShopO and Col. Hugh Arnold, cof coffee
fee coffee maker by Jerza y Luz.

We say it as loud as we
can and with all the sin sincerity
cerity sincerity of our hearts
You'll find in this church
a happy and friendly
welcome.

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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL Classes for all ages
8:20 MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES 10:40
10:40 CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Rob't Snyder
6:30 TRAINING UNION
7:30 EVENING EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES
CAMP TABOGA First week is full. Spaces are
still available for week of Aug. 4-9. Ages 13 and
up are eligible for this grand week of fund spiritual
blessings. Call Balboa 1727 for further information,

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL

You need sound Scriptural teaching. You dare not neglect
and play with yo'"- s""1 ,7" :nvite you to a S. S. that
honors the Bible in all classes.
11:00 SALVAnuiN ir uOD OR MAN?
Confusion, questions, and doubts clutter many minds on
this question. Christ said there was only one way. Come
and get thft Bible answer.
6:00 JET CADETS and HI SCHOOL
7:00 "THE FULLNESS of the HOLY SPIRIT"
The tenth message in this series. We beMeve you will
profit from our evening services. You will find a wel welcome
come welcome here.

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(JUST ACROSS FROM BALBOA R J. STATION)
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Jack and Jill .School In .New Ro.
i-neue, u preslueni of the Soropii
timisi Club o. that city, tend was
a guest ai the meeting oi the Pa.
nama Club on "Wednesday.
YMCA USO Holdf
"Fleet In" Dane
The YMCA.USO ot Cristobal held
a "Fieet in" aance In nonor of the
personnel irom four ships of the
U. s. iNavy Usb Shyaer, USte
H. A. Bass, USS Roberta, and the
V i'. banter, Which have beea
docked at Cristobal for three days.
Approximately two nurtured peo people
ple people attended the dance, with mem.
bers of the Girls' Service Organi
zation and the Junior Hostesses
Croup serving as hosteses.
Some of the special novelty danc.
es were the Cup Dance, the Whistle
Dance and the Spot Dance. Win Winners
ners Winners or these dances and others
were awarded prizes.
Refreshments, served by the

I staff, included cake and punch and
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were enjoyed ity everyone.
Latin American rhythm, long,
time favorites of the guests of horu
or, were featured by Ivan Thorpe
and his conlho.

MR. AND MRS. WINSTON K. C. LAI

MISS JEAN ISMAY KAM MARRIED TO
MR. WINSTON K. C. LAU IN ILLINOIS
MF. and Mrs. Enrique Kam of Colon announce the mar marriage
riage marriage of their daughter, Jtah Ismay to Winston K. I. Lau,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kwan Yum Lau of Hong Kong in St.
John Catholic Chapel, Champaign, Illinois.
The bride wore a dress of white imported ci'ystalelte
and chantilly lace. The sabrina neckline was embroidered
in sequins aiid pearls. Her fingertip veil was held in place
by a pearl head band.
Regina KaiTt was her sister's

tnaid ol honor and Rosalinda and

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Mrs. Lau, Who attended St. Mj.
fy's Academy, is now attending
the University o Illinois.
Kwok Wai Lau was his brother's
best man. The groom is a grad.
uate of the University of Illinois.

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tacit nofici far inclusion in thli
column hou!d be lusmitttd n
tBt-wnttn toim and mailed ao
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise." ar delivered
bv h.nd to the oHice Notices 69
mtatinai cannot be accented by

telephone.
Baha'ls Of The C.I.
This suojeci of this week's (lis (lis-cusslon
cusslon (lis-cusslon sponsored by the flaha'is,
of the Canal Zone Is "The Return
of the Prophets." These meetings
i are free and open to the public ev.
ety Sunday at the Curundu Com Community
munity Community building at 10:00 a.m.

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the Fori Clayton Service Club at
8:(I0 p.m. on Tuesday evening. Mu.
sic will be furnished by a band
from D Battery, 764 AAA Battal. i
ion.

National Holiday of Spain
Observed wi:h Te Deum
A soltnui Te Dcum took place
tt Cristo Rcy Church yesterday In
6 trervance of the National Holi Holiday
day Holiday of Spain. Following the serv service
ice service a reception was held by lite
Ambassador of Spain to Panama'
nd Mrs. Federito Gabaldon al
the Embassy residence lo which
members oi the Spanish Colony in
Panama were inviled.
PlaHer Party Tonight
At Coco Solo
The Coco Solo Civic Council Tie.
Creation Committee will sponsor a
Platter Party for the teenagers
of C0C0 Solo, Margarita and Ca
tun tonight from 7 to 11 in build.

ing 81, third floor, Coco So'o.

Visitors Honored at Luncheon
Miss Blanca Isabel MotteaycJ,
daughter ol the Ambassador o."
Kniatlor in Panama, artd Mrs.
Moncayo. enlerlained at a lunch,
eon at the Embassy residence in
honor o,' Miss ITaria Nieto who
has recently returned from New
York where she attended school
and three of Miss Nieto's school school-males
males school-males who are her guests: the
Misses Kareh Roll, Margaret Kra
mer and Hilda Joan Epinosa.

Unity Ledge No. 1084
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the I.B..
P.O.E.W. will hold a special ses session
sion session at the Paraiso Lodge Hall to.
night at 7:30 p.m. All officers and
members are urged to attend.

LT. COL. ARTHUR G. MAY, director of the U 3ARCARIB School Armament and Automotive
Department cuts the ribbon signifying the re-opening of the Fort Oulick Teenage Club Others
on hand for the ceremony were, left to right: Richard Smith, club president; John Humble Humble-Jeanette
Jeanette Humble-Jeanette Hannberg; Lt. Maury S. Cralie, club advisor and Linda Orezaffi, vice president. The
re-openlng ceremony was highlighted by a dance for the teeners. (U.S. Attny Photo)

Panama Line Sailings

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I Fort Clayton Service Club

To Have Oance on Tuesday
A dance in honor of the Special
Berviees birthday will be held at

Mr. Oglesby Host at Luncheon
Mr. Thomas Oglesby. vice presi president
dent president and general manager of Fuer Fuer-za
za Fuer-za y Lur, was host at a luncheon
in the Chantaclcer Salon of the U
nion Club to a group of promin prominent
ent prominent brokers of this city.
New York Visitors
Leave for Sfatts
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Villareal
nf Mew Roehelle. New York, le't
by plane for the States aftrr hav.
ing been guests at the Hotel El
Panama Hilton for several days.

USO-JWB (enter
Presents Monthly
Variety Show

Contrasting songs, music, ami
combos will be featured at thS
Cehter tomorrow at 8 a.m. whe-i

U8O-1JVVB Armed Forces service
renter tomorrow at 8 p.m. when
the monthly variety Night takra
place.
Two combos, the Manhattans
and the Slue Spots, will Inter Interpret
pret Interpret music as felt bv their indi individualistic
vidualistic individualistic styles. The former
days It sweet and Steady, mod-ern-dnCe
style, while the latter
trys It solid and soothing. In ei either
ther either case the combos will prove
a delight to listen to.
Mrs. Joan Kahn and Pvt. Lar Larry
ry Larry Pothel 9'so have contrasting
styles, Mrs. Kahn's songs vibrate

ST. LUKE'S

is scheduled to sail from NewlR. Byrne; Miss Dolly Allahan. nrt:."Lf elht
xr,. rr..j Hi iii 1 nounces that tne special oreacher

luin. lurauay Willi paoocii- ivui, illlll Hi, niiica, iviiisijh ,k p-tUA!.!,! f c l,u,

l01iet;i, ivii auu mis, ureutnu mcifrnm mill h th t iiW
Coleman and two children; I JKJ,5 J??,.' L"

Eichard T, Conley; Dr. nMMSL nMMSL-Mrs.
Mrs. nMMSL-Mrs. John E. Craighead; Mrs, mba" episcopal ..CteMjL
G. L. Crane; Miss Leone Dau- rriv6d '- Isthmus
vergne Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur J. a1 m h" vi? tot Colombo.

Mrc P.Pi-l rnrto 4rvrlprnn Mr f,r,nl,o,- oi-irl iUvao nktMren- Mr 1e nev. layior Will alSO

ahd Mrs. Ernest A. Angermuel-! and Mrs Nathan Einhorn; 'Miss! ir6ic.h. at st' Christopher's Church,
ler and son: Mrs. Sally Am-! Theresa Fanelli: Mr. and Mrs.i Kl AbaJ. t :30 a.m. tomor-

steln: Mrs Helen C Beck; Mrs. Abner Fiscner; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles J. Beinkafuer; Mlssijohn French; Miss Marjorie
Ethel Blau; Mrs. Anna Bosch; Frink; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel

Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Brand; Oertner; Mrs. John J. Gleason;

Rev. and Mrs. Robert F. Gus Gus-sick
sick Gus-sick and two children; Miss

seneers booked for Port-au-

Prince, Haiti. The ship is due
to arrive in Cristobal Monday,
July 28.
The complete advance passen

gers list for Cristobal lollows

with the well-known light oper
atic musicals, while Bethel in interprets
terprets interprets ballads and folk music
of which he is the composer and
lyricist.

row.

Pvt. Lee Juffers Is a concert
pianist Who Will perfofm on
Sunday, and his counterpart will
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mu ical inTeU !u
S tL t.h barraoniea. Icobs: Mr, and Mrs. Earl E. Jei

ST. PETER'S
La Boca
After the choral communion at
St. Peter's Church, La Boca": to

Frances Gluckstein; Miss Sally morrow morning, the Parish Wei.
Gluckstein; Mrs. Leila Cordon; 'are Council will hold a special
and Mrs. Lottie Greenbaum. j meeting in the parish hall;
Mr. and Mrs. George Hallett, The communion service is sched
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. "led to start at 10:30, officiated
Herman Henriquez and son; Mr-.: by the Rev. John Spear, priest in

and Mrs. Richard C Hogan and! cnarge

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Mr. and Mrs. Oren C. Irion and

,

GIVE YOUR BABY
(Oith juAJt dm focd all ihs
tWMMOJty nubdkion
m Biolac

ihsL conyikh infant food

Now. with BIOLAC. bablss
can obtalh all th naoesaary
nutritional alamenta for
normal healthy growth.
BIOLAC has been created
especially to provide tha
advantages pf mothara milk,
to prttvlda a safe, convenient
balanced diet for baby.

NOTE THESfc iMf Oltx A s i fTlOLAC FACTi

evolve from the harmonica,

Servicemen, their dependents

and the general public are in
vited.

Tea. your baby receive aU nutritional requirement Hh BIOLAC, the COMPLETE tnetant food!

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PROTEIN: BIOLAC supplies sufficient
protein for baby's erowth.
PAT: The fat content of BIOLAC has
Been reduced ?o that baby receives
onlv what he needs, id can dieest
easily.
SUGAR: Lactose (natural milk sugar)
has been added to BIOLAC to supply
eneriry.

VITAMINS & MINERALS: BIOLAC haa
been enriched with vitamins and Iron.
Vitamins A, B, and D as well aa Iron
have been added in eonaiderable quanti quantities
ties quantities biolac also contains aufficient
vitamin B (O) as well as calcium and
phosphorus, important In b u 11 d i n f
strong; bones and teeth.

Toledano Chickens
At 72 Per Pound
The famous and tasty T0 T0-ledano
ledano T0-ledano cleaned and reaoy-to-cook
chickens have been re reel
el reel urerl Horn their regular

price of 80 cents to 72 cents
a pound.
Toledano chickens are
scientiticany reared with spe special
cial special leeuinij; to make them
oi the lnanesi quality. Tneir
preparation, aiter being
piuckeu and cieahea, is ear earned
ned earned out under modern meth methods
ods methods and conditions which
guarantee their cleanliness
and preserve their exquisite
flavor.
Toledano chickens are al always
ways always fresh. Daily deliveries
to the biggest establishments
of Panama assure and main maintain
tain maintain their freshness and the
exclusive fine flavor of these
outstanding chickens. The To Toledano
ledano Toledano Hacienda makes every
effort to offer consumers the
best product at the best price
so that they can enjoy better
health and the exquisite
taste of these dele c t a b 1 e
chickens every day.

fries; Miss Ethel Johnson; MisS

Cicelia Johnstone.
Miss M. Kaiti; Miss Selma
Kane; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Karlin; Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Kopmah and son: Mrs. Evelyn
Lockhftrt: Mr. and Mrs. John
Lyons; Mrs. Margaret McAnul McAnul-ty;
ty; McAnul-ty; Mrs. Amelia P. MCQroarty

and two cnliaren: Mrs. Anne
Marshall; Miss Soledad M. Me Me-lendez;
lendez; Me-lendez; Miss Anna Metzler; Mr.
artd Mrs. Robert H. Miller; Mrs.
Virginia Nessler and two chil children;
dren; children; Mr. ftnd Mrs. Emilio Nu Nunez;
nez; Nunez; Joseph S. Perrottl; MlsS
Esther Platzek; Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Rosenffcld: and John J
Rvan.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sanders
and son; John K. Sass; Mr. and

Mrs. Theodore W. Schmidt and

three children:

jne weexiy celebration will be
held at Pedro Miguel Friday
morning at 9:30, marking the
feast of St. James.
UNION CHURCH
Gamboa
During August young people in
the Gamboa Union Church will
take part in aome special activi activities.
ties. activities. Two have just beeh just been
announced. Members o," interme
diate and upper grade will spend'
two days and nights on a retreat
at Triple A Camp near El Vatle
The party will leave Gamboa ear early
ly early oil Monday, Aug. 11, and return
on Wednesday afternnftn. ah h

Then a youth conference of del
egates from all youth groups in
isthmian Union Churches will be
held on a Saturday ifi August The
precise date Will be announce 1
ui?r t P'ani1ine committee met
last Saturday afternoon to lay out
the day-long program. J i m m i e

anuii, ren uonaldson

11?

Miss Mabel i Farrow, and rnTSii ..y"u

Schwarz; Miss Isabel C. Scott; sented Gamboa ffroubs
Miss Barney Shock; Mr. andj These young people will
Mrs. Richard K Soyster and;part in Irnlnf Serv'ee to
two children; Mrs. Ruth S. morrow. It i expected that it?
Smith; Max Springer: Miss choir will inin iSwS L .i h
Charlotte Steinmetz; Mr. andi singing and' re wnseT?hf mff4.1
Mrs. John F. Stephenson nnd ter?a them win hi F u1?18 u1?18-two
two u1?18-two children; Mrs. Delores G- Ali e. The Word Is

Stewart. : Th. nnMfinii ,ih uu ...

Jar month session on Monday at
7 30 p.m. and the board of off!
cers and teachers will convene on
Monday evening, July 28
J'f1 Union Church 'will be
niid ,0 8 0eneral Council of the
Union Churthea of the Canal
nep "JUr ""nooni Julv
Thl r Jhe ,2FtiBl t0 otr in
ate2raompbma UB'n ChUrCh chPeI

Mrs. Mathilda Thiessen; Mr
and Mrs. Stewart P. Trail and
son: Miss Elizabeth C. Van
Geel; Mrs. Arthur Walne; Mr.
and Mrs Hilllard Ward; Mr,
and Mrs. Morris Weingarten;
Miss M. WcstfsiU; Mr. and Mrs.
Roy R Wilford and dausrhter;
Mr. and Mrs William W. Wood:
Mr and Mrs James C. Wood
and two children: -md Com.
and Mrs. A. L. Wozniak.

BY DOROTHY KILGALLEN.
(Dorothy EltaalUm i j Is
t.HOfl. Pinch.hlttino Ht bar
today ia Jack Durant, tha H.
torcomadian eurrantly star,
ring at tha Latin Quartar.)
JACK DURANT WRITES
My booking agency puts out
hi'iiinc sheet on me with a

brief biography about my show
business career. The biography

savs. amom other things, mat

I'M noted tor muy impersonation

of Clark Gable, largely Because

o: my facial fesemwace to we

movie star.
Cable himself law the resem

blance years ago when actress

Qlenda f arreu introduced us m
a Hollywood restaurant. He took
a good look ata me anda ex

claimed. Hey, you re muy nouDie
At the time of our meeting,
Gable wasn't the famous screen
star that he is today, tie also
wasn't very hapby. He just had
returned from a studio inter,
vview anda they told him ihat he
was the type they were looking
for, but they hadn't bargained
on his ears.
"Why don't you try the estud.
io", he said. "You look like me
and your ears are '.ormal".
"M, thanks", I answered. "I
don't think I'd stand a chance".
That night I lert for New
York. A week later, I got a let.
ter from Glenda. In it she said,
"The studio gave Clark Gable
a Screen test and he passed".
I've often tthought, "I might
have stepped into Gable's shoes
had I gone to the studio'1.
In 1941 a chance meeting 1ed
me to try serious acting.
1 had entertained at 'he New
York Press Photographers' Ball
at the Astor Hotel after ,nuy per.
"Pal Joey" which starred Gene
formance in the Broadway show,
Kelly, and I was standing in the
lobby when a man waring' a
goatee calked up to e. For a
moment he didn't Say a word.
He just stared. Then he put his
hands on myy shoulders ind in
a voice like stereophonic sound
said, "I saw you perform. You
were magnificent! stupendous!"
He looked to me like a fugi fugitive
tive fugitive from a mental institution. I
backed away from him, arid
made a hasty exit.

A few month later I was in
Hollywood making a picture with
Ray Bolger. As I walked down
aaWdio corridor a boom in e voir

behind "me salld, T awnt to talk
to you".
Y turned around ind there
stood the Same gent who had
come up to mfi In the Astor lob lobby,
by, lobby, I started to make a hasty
retreat when he handed me his
calling card. "Come to see me at
my o fke tomorrow", He said, "I
want to give you i part in my
new production, 'Journey Into
His Cafd read: Oron Welles
One incident in my 40 years in
show business I shall never for
get. Back m 1939 Henry toung"
man was offered a two week
engagement at the Palladium
Theatre in London. He turned it
down because he gets seasick
from just a. ferry ride, and I was
called in to replace him. Fortu Fortunately.
nately. Fortunately. I clicked big, inJ my
two-week engagement Stretched
into 18 weeks. Shortly after I
began my long run at the Pal Palladium,
ladium, Palladium, the local press agent
conceived a publicitv Sturm Ia

exploit my appearance. I waj to
Swim the English Channel.
'You'll make the front page
of every nespaper in England",
the press agent told me. "All

you ve got to ao is swim out i
few hundred yarda and then
give up".
The stunt sounded good, so the
following day I went Into train
ing. And as the press agent had
predicted, the newspapers tapped
it up. Photographs were taken
of my practive swims in the
Thames River each day and were
published throughout Englinti, It
was announced that I'd iUempt
to swim the chennel Sept. li.

yal Family are delated by a cen.
sor,
la the Royal Box, at my first
command performance, was the
then newly.engaged Prince Phi.
lip and Princess Elizabeth. So the
censor hid deletedall the mar marriage
riage marriage jokes ia my act.
1 was sore at the censor for del
eting my best jokes. So, to get
even, during my perform mce I
told the very jokes that he had
taken out. And that nljftit I
found out something about ro
yalty. They're human,
Wh5 L,w. pMwnted to Phil.
Up and Elisabeth, they askej' me
to repeat this joke at the next
command performance:
"What's a home without a wife?
A swell place to take gals."

"Why ahould l bother to try to
be nice to my motheNn law
when she never misses in oppor oppor-tumty
tumty oppor-tumty to make me feel like an
outsider who just happens to be
married to her precious son?"
asks a young wife.
There's, one good answer to
that question and One is all that
is needed. Because she is not just
your: mother inJaw, but four hus husband's
band's husband's mother.
Fight with her and you hurt
him. Ask him to take sides, to say
who is rrght-you or his mother
and you have put him on the
spot.
Be anything less than gracious
and hospitable to your husband's
mother wheti she comes to yiju
house will not quite be a home.
How can it be when it is a piaci
where his own mother isn't treat treated
ed treated as he would hive her treated
If your mother-in law doesn't
like you and makes no bones e e-botit
botit e-botit showing her antagonism, it
is bound to hutt. ilut returning
her .dislike with kindness is the
only way you can win,
Then your mother-in-law will
learn to like you, or else her son
will see for himself that she is
being unkind arid unfair and will
either put a stop to it or respect
you for not being drawn into the
fight she is trying to start.
Perhaps the two of yqu just
fcot 6ff on the wrong foot, and
with time ind patience on your
part will be able to become
friends,
But even if you never win your
mother in law's friendship, don't

De tetry ana mean yourself.
Why risk Spoiling your marriage
Just to be able to get even with
your mother-in-law? You w o n'i.
win that way. she will. V
Two Local M6n
To Attend Army
Schools Shortly
Capt. Victor B. Swan of the
U.S. Armv Caribbean Ordnance
Section. Corozal, and 8p5 Robert
W.'Pettitt Of the 937th fintineer
Company (Aviation! (IAGS),
fort Kobbe, are scheduled to at attend
tend attend C.8. Army schools in the
States during August and Sep September.
tember. September. Swan will attend the Ordnance
eruided missile m a n a g ement
Orientation course at Redstone
Arsenal, Huntsville. Ala., during
the perifd Auftust 3-15.
From Aug. 13 to Sept. 10 Pettitt

will participate In the H-19 heli helicopter
copter helicopter factory main tenance
course at Stratford, Conn.

TNI BORDEN COMPANY

Nu.va York, N, Y, 1 U. K

Biolac
BIOLAC is modified cowa milk of
the very highest cmality.

AND BIOIAC IS IASY TO MIFARI!
Simply mix BIOI.AC with pravloualy
botltd coolad walar, according to doctor!
lnntructloni. Ttiat'a all I
No complicated maaaurca. No worrlea
aa long aa tha mixing Instruction are
follow.

FRESH k.

ALWAYS

Committee Works
Hord On Plans
For Aug. 9 Dance
With less than ihr

maining the committee on ar arrangements
rangements arrangements of Los caetiiios so-
?iaJ ruL?por,t,n Club Is work working
ing working assldiously towards making
the club's tenth anniversary cel celebration
ebration celebration on Aug. s a huge auc-
cess.
The casino Vine del Mar will
be decorated for the dance a
member of the committee said
among other things. Willie Mor Morrison
rison Morrison and his "stioer" orchestra
has been engaged to play for
the dance.
The demand for invitations
waa such that a second printing
had to be made in order to ac accommodate
commodate accommodate the persons who plan
to attend.

Four weeks before the date of
my channel swim, I learned that
a hundred yards form Shore flow
ed a tracherous current that
made the chihhel swim an ex
tremely dangerous venture. This
gave me an acuie attack of cow.
ardice.
1 now began to look for a way
to bow out of the channel swln
Without losing face, and 1 hit on
a plan. Alt that time 1 was mar married
ried married to Molly O'Day, the silent
screen star. I sent her a letter
in which I explained my pre predicament,
dicament, predicament, and requested that she
forward me cable with this
message: "I beg you not to go
through with this insane chan
nel swim. Hive you forgotten
that you are the father of four
children?"
I was pretty sure my plan
would let me out of the mess
gracefully. A week later, a cable
arrived from Molly and the mes
sage floored me. It read: "The
children and I are rooting for
you to make it."
Molly had gotten even whit me
for refusing to let her join ma
in London. But fate took a hand.
On Sept. I, World War II was de
clared and the English Channel
was closed except for the armed
ioree.

I appeared in three Boyal Fam Family
ily Family Command Performances while
I w in England.
For a command performance an
pearance, an entertainer does his
entire act prior to the actual per performance,
formance, performance, -and thoaa things thai
might tend Ho embarras me Ro.

EVERREADY!
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treat for the whole ftmily.
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTI

CES

Church of Christ
;U0 p.m.
CKltoTUBAL. American uettion Hall.

Unilaron
itlifj -uu.
jutttUy School
dteoii n.v a.
UiUUtUbh
OdptlSt
COCOLI ,U4 caUftCH
,11 ah.u
Waw
mum.
i-ltOllC, .,.
Ertmunu a
piguwurui
Sunday aiitwtii ....
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Itmu4- Uei, '"
jbv emn w Oi'P 1 i
ray4r'Meailg
biuui in ''
0l...ei.iuocl i w""y
tat.. ..J.ii"i
glagU PlUulil .i
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iiil (iiiii (iiiii-uiad
uiad (iiiii-uiad t'"
1.M u.i
IlOO oil
1:00 p.m.
JijU pun.
HKVi BAPtlbl CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
feSf Ancon Boulevard
3rwer "B' Balbna HeuMi
Phone Balboa 1721
William H Beeby. Pastor
bimday SchOdl i3J a m
M,.n,iii wni'.hin ..4... i.i. 10:48 a ih
Baptist Training Union .... 8:30 p.m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 b.m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 7:00 pm
W M S Hi Bit Study I'hurs-
d.y i nAi'jj
Men Brotherhood L1
Monday In month
:00 A
(UK) p.m
flRST BAPTlSl CHURCH
Margarita Mnu al 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Kev. Wendall C. Parktr. Pastor
duitda ScilUui .
Morilin, WorthiS 11.00 a.m
Baptist ITalrling Union.... :30 P.i
evening Worship 7;4J o.m
Brotherhood. Tuesday 7:00 ij.m
Prayer Sendees, Wednesdays 7:00 pm
W H U 1st A 3rd Fridays
O A. R.A.. SUrtMWtt. la
Frldkes
BiSO rt.m
' Salvation Army
lNoi.-.)e.,.imii.aiiiml EvnAikflstlc
MIlMt)
PANAMA CITV
Majof & Mtt. W. Bishop
13 February Btreel, Phone : 28 B0054
ll:ii!i Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 JO Salvation Meeting
PAHAISO, C.Z.
KinOy & Mrs, C. In Moseley
Uulana Stffei
11:00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Bay M. Blakely Minister
GATUN
.1:00 Sunday School
Church Schohh with Adult B 1 i e
COLON CENTRAL
9t Ck0tain A. Mrs. I. Grant
1i h bireet, Phone 8S 743
11 :0(J Holinesl Meetlni
3:00 Sunday School
7:36 Salvatidn Mketini
COLON TljlRb fjTRBCT
Sr. Cdptatn 8. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:t)0 SUhflay School
7 :,10 SalVatlOh MelW
RMNBOW CITY, C.I,
finvoy I. Gill
3:00 Suhdav School
7:30 Sklvatitm MHllrtl .. ..
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Rev Oscar W
Olsen. Pastor
.lh, tlnarf at San Pah o Street
Su' iTaii-.cHh.,h rtfrih. 23
J:30 a.m. Church School k- ttH bus
..rulo. Classes far all aaeS.
10:30 HM. Worship Service The
Expanded Besslon Mr NuWety, Rlhl
osrten SncT Pfifhiry Dept CnUrch
tirhe rthtstty fhr ehlldrertOhder 3 M
:0fJ p.rfl. JUfllOT High fdllowshlp -Post
High Fellowship.
T:ot p.(B. ftdhlor High rellowtnip.
Teiehhofie, -35k
T:30 Wian Mettlrll
CVass ft 43 43-Service
Service 43-Service of Worship. 11:00.
Youth rello-irshlp. S:45.
stAr
Phones: Off lee. -a43 Res
3-1 4t
Sunday Btrlc:
:45 a hi. cnurcn 5ro "X. i
ClaM: HttrsetV through iltHl
, n, Mn-tl I rl B Worshlll
Niir'r' i Infants end small
Sflo'p.m. iuhmf Jfellowalilp.
2... L ... v.kii, ral nwthln.
rhll
.i.,u nn rtrnr a mmmn
nounced from WPth to week.
0CW.i,d, Mi Aldrf'fi".
fgMot
Of g-47 Bee
So Iffl StirtdkS) 3Phiwl.
10:4ft am. Morning Wmnhlp.
Official meetlngg and wek-d 'HI
vitiea a gnnmihcPB.
in.'
mm

Churchei et the many tairlu ta the Canal Zene and the terminal eitiei
MM ds M writ.ng by Wednesday neon at the latest o any ch.n.ei
Iff the coming Saturday! churth page.
Ministers Church secretaries and chaplains art asked to inform the
of Panama and Colon. Republic o Panama estend welcome at all
times to men and women e the armed services, and to ciyilian neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, friends and traert.
At public service. The Panama American lists below, by denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, notices ot hours o worship and othei repulai aetiviti,.
Listings MB rotated from time to time Denominations having only
one or two congregations are listed under "Olhil Church e Unit
A speciil listing is included tot services at Army pests, Air Force bases
ana Neval stations.

Catholic
Sl MARY'S CHIKIH- I
Sunday Ma
I UU. 0
oo end
ll'.yu a.m
Hoiy oay
lil :(Hi II 5 m
ahd B DO p.m
Confession
Saturday. 1JU to
.4u
and 7:00 to s.uu pm
Thursda v
aefnrr
First rnoay
'irsi fPtday 7 :00 to 00 p.m
Miiaculous Mefl.l Noven.- pm
on Mondays
Catechism clasa
nee the :M ash
on punaay 4
Hlitt School aiuay v-iuo pm
Wednesday
mi m il Mfc. ART
Sunday Masses t:H. 7: 30 .nv
Holy Day maane lie an end 1
p.m
Conlessluiu. satitroai i.iv to :vv ano
7:1b I" ilOO p m Thursday Before Fir
Friday 7:00 pm
sarreti Bear: uevotionsi i pm m
Fridays
Catecnism Liasa: ana to pjss, on
fhursday
OtK LADY Or FATIMA (hjrMM
Sunday Mai at 1:00 am
Holy Day M et :30 p.m
Confession.- 00 to BM on Sat
urday
CitCChWRn CUM:
Saturdsy 1:30 to 10
a.m.
t. JOSEPH Peralte
Sunday Masses s( 7:90 and B:1B am.
Holv bay Mtai at .OH tt
Weekday Masses .00 a.m.
Confessions Ssturdav 1iu to 4:10 and
m,i in, tiin
Catechism Close: Sunday 1:00 to 4:i
" mmhcuiou- Medai Novonti 7o pm
A Frlelo
Convert instruction: inursoay t.w
p.m.
ST, VINCENT'S Panama City
ldav Masses I 00 and t '30 a.m
sunday
Holy Da
iv Masses :! ana a w p m
Mas:
ill ii fall on Saturday th Masse sre
S .OO tnd 1:3(1 AM I
Contessioas. Saturday :00 to 00 and
1 .00 to 1:00 p.m Thliixdkv hofnre rirt
rriuav i:ou pm.
Miraculous MkdOl Nevenk ano St
h.i. n thi ('inss Friday 7.10 urn
Catechism Class: After :30 IMP n
Sunday
rkiiMakk
Converl Clasa. t-jO p m tuosday ahd
SI. THERESA'S enroll
k.ariPa., Hmk i til mm
Holy Day Mass S:O0 a m tit It fklls
.in Saturday kiSO o.m.i
CatPchlsyn Clks 3:30 to i:0t) pi oti
fdrniday
Cdhfessions :00 to g:30 e m Sunday.
ST JOHN BAPTIST Dfc I.A SALLI
Parqur Lefevre
.,nnu MuuEM Ml aha a :3ti a.m.
Wodk Uy Moss 30 Man Hrre.!
Fri and Sat First Friday ma t .00 e ,rn.
Holy Oaf MtSsea :00 IJtn to :W
p.m.
Confessions: J:30 I 30 and 7:1 to
:oo p.m. oh Saturday 4.
Mlrtcnlous Medal Nnvonat Ffiaa 7. on
Catechism Clats. S:iO p.m
.1 iiiiKisrs-lj.
on S
Bop
Sunday
Convert Clasot Monday 7:30 p.m
tv Mass: l :vu a.m.
Holy
bay Mass 5.30 pm
Satui
e First Friday 6:30 pm
"B" "'a,- u i mat a....rf
esteems ciaiw :iir
. 3:13 O.m on sun
Nhvetl' TOP pm
Sacred Heofl
Fridgy
40 p hi cm Ihufsday
Convert tiase
II SIDE
81
HS-.0lAn
S;iinriT MMSNtjM
45
x mi and f 15 IA
Holy Day Mi
asses
5 45 and l:M km
arte) MS p m
(3oflfs:sloris: Skturday eiOO t IlOO and
7:66 to gjOO p.m ......
MiractllOu Meaai novena: ni""-'
5:1S ti)9 7!0t p.;
Sacred Hegrt Noveaw, enaay i p
stiindav Evening Services 7
7:00 P M.
Ah MAnday
convert ciass: i i pm
Hd THilrsday
CalecPiIsm CWM. rsuuuay m:j o.m
iiiii. .m aifto o hi Ui 4:ou pro.
rldV Exposition m mw
mahl all iTiV BePrikltlnh al 0
k.rrt. Sklurdky fthWIhg
rir.i Qnirrlav llevotlnns 10 our L-suy
of Fatima The Holy Rosary .w a m
gri.ri f-n.v,mnninn I MB I tI li'T 1 nn R 1 t'llli-
dr.n MArtflivs iid TTtiirsnays :uti 10
7:00 p m.
Sunday Masse : 7 iOO, 100 krtd 10 :30 I rh
Holv Da MkssdSi :00 06 a.m knd
e.ta a a.
'Confessions. Saturday 4:00 to S.OO and
7.00 to 3:00 pm Jiei Rosary earn wv.
Miraculous Medal Nver)i 111! tnd
7:00 nm. oh Monday.
Catechism Class: After 3:00 Mass on
BtirtHnv
rlrst Fr)dy Egpoaitlon :' M during
I he .School Year.
first Wttllfogy! MkM t :00 m
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses 7:30. 1:30. u so a iu.
FlMl Saturday Meant itOO a tti.
Wtekcjky Mktsea: .. !W m.
Bg.ufoky 7 p m to J: e m
MiriculOUt Medal NAVlng 7:00 fl.m
Holy bay Masse 7.30 am 5:1 prh
Confekkloh U-M m to l:W
everv Monday
liiruffl Fkmily TRogarf and.
Benediction pm
evoty Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group J:30 p.m.
ovry Friday
1st. Friday Devotions ,,. 7 00 pm
fit Saturday Devotions .. 7 00 p m
SI VINCENTS- Rainbow
tut
Sunday Ml
giM am and on
a.m.
Holy Day Mas: -oo a.m and on
om.
Confessions 4 la
k:no o.m ftarurdAV
la 5:00 and DM IP
Catechism Cldg: lOiik am on SUAd..
Cortyprt Clasa- every Monday at 1:M
gkBk.
Miraculous Moeaai novni i no p.m
on Tuesday
Sacred
Heart FPU!
1.00 pm. SB
Friday.
IMMAf 'ULATk, CONt EPTION -llatAn
aiundgy Mae :! m
HdJy Day Mass i 00 o.m
Canfamlinii: a so to I OO pm on Sat
urday
taternism ciasn e:n pm nn nnp
OUR LADY OF OAOB COUNSkX
Gamhoa
RundaV Masses 7 oti ptin 30 a m.
Holy Day Masses 0,1 m and 5 (hi
n m
Conf.tona Saturday at 1 no pm and
alter an evening qevouona.
Baptism by appointment.
Mlrarulou Mdal Novena- pm
Pn Totadav
Sacred H
lea 1 1 Novena. 7 00 p n 1
Friday
Sunday School: t:fu pm n Sunday.
Rdlgjous Instruction Cltk for Chll
dren. 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Religious Instruction for adult (t on
ducted In Snsnlshl- 1:fM p m pet Map
da
Convert Instructions By appointment

Episcopal
ft Heber Uooden LTD,

The III Rev
th Very Rey Mainen
STB. Dean
mat
THE CA
LUKE
SUNDAYS
7.30 .m HOly Communion.
:1k a m Church School I Holy Com
thuhlOh 3rd Sunday i
30 a m Bahta Communion. 3rd Sun-
uela Dominica) la In
1100 am Morning Prayer ano ser
toon. Holy Communion 1st sunasy
7:00 p.m Evening service.
W EDJN ESDrt VS
?:Mon Fverun
ply Communion
ftj PVtytr.
HULl UAVS
xt it m si:
DAILY
i loo mmmff p rayon
COCOU
Priest IB Chant
SUNDAY
Hoiv Cumrhun or
1:30 e m
Family Prayet and
Church .icnooj
1.30 a.M
(Also Holy Communion Snd
Morning fia.vei
Sermon U 00 a.m
Sunday each month.
tVEDNlaDAYi
Holy Cominiimor :U0 a.m
COROZAI.
Chapel of The liOttd Shepherd
The Rev Clareoce W Hayea.
Priest la Charge
FRIDAYS
a: 00 a.m Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday esrh Month).
e) AM BOA
SI. Simons Chinch
The Rev John Speai Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
SlI.yliAYB
mon i i
ChUrctl Sc06l ...i ......
Episcopal Young Churchmen
7 iOO a,i
3:00 pi
1:00 pi
m
m
7:00 p m
ind PRIDAVS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion i
Evening Prayer ,.
Wrimkn's Auxiliary Shd and
t:00 a m
7:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS s
THURSDAYS
Holv, Communion
Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer
7:00 a m
:00 a m
1:00 n.m
SATURDAYS 4jM
IWnTT pienwrisi eijv m
Dffic 6f ComtsHnk :W p.m
LA BOCA
Kt sMee 1 hnrch
Th Ret, John Spf ar Priest Id I harge
Morning Prayer ana cnurcn
School I'iffi i 2
eMk ljJ
codfirmgiien cim i:soam
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Hoiv Baptism 1300 nooh
EVenaon nd Addroso .... 7:30
3rd MOMfjAVS
Wftman Altxtiiary aw
rrlUHSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 a. m
PALO SFCO
Chapel oi the Holy Comforter
Ven L. R Shirley. Prleal In Charge
THURSDAYS
g :S0 am Holy Cnmmtinion.
MARli ABlTA
CBUrcft of St Margaret
Espav and Brawis Blv
The Rev. Jesse K. Ren
new. Rector
SUNDAYS
1:30 a m Holy Communion.
4:45 k.m Morning Pniyei and
Chinch School
11 0 a m
Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS am HOLY DAY'S
:30 am. Holv Communion.
PARA ISO
The Ret Allan ft. Wte.it.
Priest Id Charge
The Rev David A Osborne,
VIM Emeritus
SUNDA
diOO a.ui Ch0ri ftuchatiat rmc
i:3o a.m otift AiRMMk.
d.utl I. Church Scho.,1
thtih i iuilaifib. m
5:wl .m Youth Fellowship
7 00 ifli Eveaison and Audrey
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
f .30 bin Woman s Auxiliary and Alia-
Guild Mtrtlftg,
f.ANAMA CITt
Bt Pi'
Chin th
Ul B Shirley, Rector
: Atereii neat on
St I
l.oo aid HOI;
a on m Holv ( omm.mton
a oo M Sun Eucharist A Sermon
11:45 .Ii Morning PraVM hd Churer
. Senco.
I
i.M disH HOI
tiam
7 00 -.ni Solemn
rUESDAYS
8:30 Lit HOly communion
7 30 11 m Evening Praver and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
t.M m Hoiy Communion
7:0O 1. 11, Evening Prayer
I'hURNDAYS AND FRIDAYS
i:M Ri Hole CMRfBtmiAB
HOLY DAYS
00 a m, Hoiy Communion.
(MUST HDHt H
BY-THE-SEA
- Kplscnpa
ColAn. B
P
(Oppoall Hotel Waililngton)
Rev Jam reier Farm, clet
lev. Henr A. lk. Amlatajri
The
The
SUNDAY
t:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
I:M a.m Morning Prayer.
tM a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
7:10 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Bag.
man.
s.oo
a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 am
nunj Prayer.
mini Pray.
WEDNESDAY
3:00 p.m.
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m Morning Pr
raver
7:30 p.m. Evening Pr,
ayer ano ermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a m. Morning Prayer
00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
: (Mi p.m. Evening Pray.
SATURDAY
e oo .m. Holy Communion.
7:00 .m Morning Prayer
r, on n m Evenlna Praver.
7 30 n.m Compline and Meditation
MONDAY, TUESDAY
THURSDAY
RIO ABAJtl
. Christopher's Churrh
loth Strt. Psrau Lefevr
The Bev Clarenre CT. Ray,

SUNDAYS
10:30 a.m
12 U0 noon
MONDAYS

Sly Communion
It Eucharist and S nnon.
rninl Praver and Church
turn.
ivensont
and
fjermon.
7 30 b.m ill nfl 3rd, hommi Auxl-
tltrf
, ; J
TUESDAYS
Junior Daughter
Vouth Fellowship.
of Ik
iinioai
yer and Religious
THURSDAY
SIM Dm
Friendly Society.
g:00 p.m 1st and 3rd.
sir
Singletons.
SATURDAYS
30 a m Ji.nlor Confirmation
Class.
Othit Churches
CHURCH Of THE NAZARENE
44H Frongipani Sl AnCW. C.Z.
v. tlgjter 0 MeuVM, MM
BOX 217 Balboa, C.Z. Tel 2 2602
Sunday School :48 am
Worship Service ... 10:45 am
YOUth Service ,,.i. ...... :
METHODIST
Sunday: I a.m. Panama Wesley,
I W180 a.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 .m. fgralkp
" IA IM Draian SimHiv RnliftO
PI
Paralso Evangelical
servi
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L hysong
Write: Box Mil Margarita C.Z.
Phone. kTlgB
Sunday School ...... ..... :45 am.
Morning Warship 11:00 a m
Evening Service 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P Mtt Street East
lev N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship
d:30 a m
Sunday scnooi
Sunday Mas
1:00 P.m.
....1.
7:43 11:49
Rio Abajo,
School ....
Sunday
3:00 p.m
JI.1.UVAHS WITNESSES
Mtetings Thursday at tiSO p.m. And
indavs et 4:06 nm Wlri Memorial
Rethve Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel oh Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday e:30 a.m
Sunday School, Sunday 10 00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 00 p.m
Renef society; Tupav a.m.
mia Wednesday 7 tot) p.m.
Primary. Tnutsdav 4:00 p m
Telephone Balbna 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoothdu Road, Gatuh
Suhdkv School, Sunday 9:S0 a.m.
Sacrarnent Meeting; Sunday 11 :00 a m.
CURIlTfOU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Ohnrth"
Milton K Leldlg. Minister
Phone Ree 83-7116 Of. ?-f
Sunday School :3 a.m.
(A class rot every agel
Morning Worship 110 a.m.
Youth Fellowship :00 p.m.
evening Worship .. j..... 7:00 p.m.
Paver and Pfalse (Wed ) IM p m.
A eRufeh nuriey Ih pwelded.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
ISth St Wot Ne
Holy Bucharist Sunday ; 1-30 a m.
TUtadaT. Wednesday end Thursday
''s8cramrli of .Uhetlon fHeallh Sf.
vice" rinrl Sunday Of tacB month l
7:30 o.m
MOuni RgllMt Clliall ChBreB
Panama R P
Bl Hev T jme D. D Bishop
officiating
Morning devotion
FelrowahlfJ Worthip ...
feuhday Scnooi
DIVine Service
6:00 a m
11:00 a m
3:00 p m
7:30 p.m
THE CHRlSTADKLPtHAWS
f anama District
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School k.m
Morning Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Mnnriav at 7 :30 p.m
Vtsiiork are welcome at all services
ghd Class.
BAHAI'S CENTER
S4 First Strew. ...
0rbnliclon El Carmen. PanJm City
informal Talk ano uiaraajinna
Tllu4Vajr.i....... i..l
Colon. Sth Front Streets
(stairs American Hasaar)
Study f5faa. . . thirraflaVA 7:(l p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Pkralko: C.Z
Rev Waldaha H Stwrt, Ptor
Sunday: 11:00 am .Worship Service.
3 :00 p.m. Sunday. School.
7: 13 p.m. Gospel SrVice
Monday: 1i30 Young People' Society
Wednesday 7:30 Mld-weeh Christian
Fellowship,
TnUMflly! :O0 Choi. Rharal.
Friday: 1:30 Women' Missionary So
clety.
the i ncut ii or Goo
ldth St. (Monte Oseuro Bd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. WillUM I. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School :30 a.m.
Morning Worahip 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH Of GOD
7038 Eighth St., Colon
Mrs. l. c. Donaidaon. pir
Sunday School :S0 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sdrtdiy Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH Or GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hlnes Pallor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
lortllng Worship irods.ni.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH Ot DOG
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad 81.
Rainbow City
Rev William Livingston, pastor
Sunday School 1:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a, m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pin
COMMUNITY CHAPEl.
Diablo Heights, C.Z
(near Dial
a.uo a
o scnooi i
Rev Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 39. Diablo
if el eh ts C.Z.
Phones
I Home, Gam
BP 117
CI
4271
Sunday Rei
... 10:00 a.m.
... 11:00 am.
Worship Service
Ynutn SP10
7:00 p.m.
Evangelltlc Service 7:10 pm
Wednesday Bible Study
and Prayer Scrvle 7:30 p.m.
Lutheran
Er.DF.MER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road al Wigl.l Street
Ree Robert P Ousairfc. Past
PO Box Kg. Balboa
Sunday School, Rlnie cm a m
Divine Service IC:1S am
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
mon in.
Atlantic Bid
Former chapel of Our Saviour' Epla
topai cha
mat cnapai 3rd St. an Metei
rd St. and MeUndea Ave
New (rlstoh.il
Ml1. Eugene
H llenner, VUar
Rlhla Class 00 a.m
Sunday School.
vine Service 10:11 am.
Holy Communion, .last Sunday of th
m inth.

Slav pm

70 pm

Cnmm

7 00 o m Evening Pr

Sins

iewish

Jewls-1 Welfare Board Bid 792-X La
loca aoau Balboa C.Z Rr bbi
Nathan
ttkUh uaaetor
Sar vie Frida
by 7:30 o m
Saturday
i 31 m
i See Pie listings 01
Jewish sarvloes
dPfer pi la sad itatiotvn,
Long
mifcKMiion Kol Shearllh israei Ave
-iica Cufek and 3th Street. Bella Vista
P'liamo City Services 1:00 p.m
Christian Scientist
cMUKCHtS
Ancon
irai 4.SIIKB u Chrui. avctoatan, CrMMopi
ltU) Streei Holivai Highway
Suida 'Warmi digfi ajpt
Sunday 11 :M a m Wednesday liM p.m.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDk
PraleaiaJH
FORT AMADOK
Sunday School .......
Morning Worship
Church-time Nursery
HOC
10 00
10 IOO
School..
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
IX) ..........
Morning Worship
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Fellowship-Sunday ....
9:00
103
f:30
6:00
rORT KOBBE
Sunday school
Morning Worship
Evening Worship j.i
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service, Rio Hato ....
ChrisUaii Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship -Thurs. ..
Officer's Christian Unlon-Thurs.
1:00
10:311
7:00
7:00
8:15
:00
7:00
3:00
Al HlliiOK AIR FOkCt BASH
8uidy School .. Sato
Ai.ii uihu ruu iNnn r.lnhi :iiu
Morning Worship k:30 it 10:45
YOUth Fellowship 6:30
lil NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School :3c
Morning Worship ,. 11:00
Holy Communion rirsi sunaay
of Month)
13th ND HEADS U ART ERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship :0t)
(Hply communiop First sunaay
of Month I.
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:0
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Maw
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
Sunday
6:3ti
1:00 it
6:30
8:00 It
8:31
; :3U
8.25
FORI CLAYTON
6:45
11:01.
Sunday Masse 7:43
bnfessionsSaturday 6:30 A
6:00
FOHT KOBBE
Daily Mass
.. 6:11
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses ....... g:00
Monday Noven DivOtions
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00
9:00
it 11:43
. 7 :3d
A 7:30
CflROZAL
Sunday Mass
10:3(1
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mas
6:00
Saturday Mass
Sunday Massea
Spanish
Novena Services-Tuesday
Confesalons-Saturday .
f :4M
7:45 A i2:0(l
7:00
7:01
7:0u
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass
11:30
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday 1:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
trlday IM
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday :
USO'ilWB (Balboa)
Saturday S:30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 252 .... l:0u
Morning Worship 10:iU
praver rellOWshlfla-Bldg 293
Tuesday , 7 :'Kl
KYBB Wednesday-Post hapel 6:3i
Choir Practic Wednesday
Pm caapei 1:3o
FORT GUL1CK I
Sunday School :30
Morning worship 10:45
Youth fellowship, Sunday .... (:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7i30
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School :30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion rirst Sunday
pit Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Dally Mass 7100
Sunday Mast 1:30
Confessions:
Saturday
e:uu
..... :45
Sunday
FORT OUL1CK
Dally Mas
Saturday Mas ..i
Sunday Mas 7:4S A
7:0
7:0
:00
:00
10:15
Confessions. Saturday ,. (100 A
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sold
Daily Mass
Saturday Mas
Sunday Mass
4:0(1
8:30
9:00
COCO 80L1TO
Sunday Masa
7:30
Jewish
FORT GULIOK
Tuesday 7:15
Gr(g OrinPda
Greek OrlhddOx seivlc ar Conduct Conducted
ed Conducted at th ChUrch Of th Ahunclatibn.
Via Hellsario POrrai, San rrnnclsco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P., and at
the Church of st. Anthony, Avenida
Meiendez, Colon, ft I' on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at t:30. for fun net Information,
call th Oliie ot th Army Chaplain.
82-3119.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Si vloe in all ghttfth
as follows:
SATUHDAY :
Sabbath School .so a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 am.
Youth Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY I
Blbl Study
7:30 p.m.
and Prayer Srvia
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W H. Waller Tel 2S-3-I30
Cabo Verde. Ave .If de la Oaaa
No. 17 Chorrillo 25th No 27 Pue Pue-blo
blo Pue-blo Nuevo 2 A St. between 3rd gad 4th
Sta. Rle Abajo 11th Ho. XI Gamboa
and Frljole.
Pastor O. D. William Tel. JgO
Pastor A. A Orlule Tel. 101!
Spanish Churches Pielflc BM Paoam
Pastor Norbarto iulroa
Panama. Call Dartefl No I
Pdrsl R Nuvo Ouarar.
AtlaHtle Side
Pastor
0. A. Jffrie-Tl. 11261,
CPlOn
Orlatobal Engllsh-lth j Bolivar Ave
Cristobal Spanish lth g Bolivar Ave
Central Office!
4)844 Gavllan Road-Tel. 2-1S5 i 3.131

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ptoject of U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Edward H. fiiaher, this ngmelesg vehicle l'g cauginf
quite a stir in WethersHeld, Knglantl, yvhere Colonel' Risher i itationed. Beginning with a
Ford Anglia chassis, Risher added, among othdt things, a cut-down Chevrolet hood, Austin
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AMMAN, Jordan King Has.
sein of Jordan, after appealing to
the Iraqi people to crush the re.
bellion against their government:
"The whole world has been up upset
set upset by the plunder and murder
committed in Baghdad, .We nev,
er thought that a number of rab rabble
ble rabble Who were iiv a Dialed with de de-ktructive
ktructive de-ktructive Communist and fascist
Ngsaerism could create such
chaos."
NEW DELHI, India Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Hehru of In India,
dia, India, a ter telling a Congress Party
workers rally in Allahabad that
he would fly back to New Delhi
for an emergency cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting scheduled for today:
"Although we are not going to
interfere in the affairs of Iraq and
Lebanon, we are greatly con.
cerned over developmenls in
those countrie. There is no doubt
that these are internal affairs
you might call it civil war. But if
outside powers intervene in these
affairs, there is great danger of
World War. Tension is increasing
and nobody knows where it will
end."
LONDON British Prime Min.
ister Harold Macmillan, discussinj
the Mideast crisis during a debate
in the HnilRP nf t'dmrnhni-
"ft.. t4Lhi :.'.;j.-.ij g.
guumimi s sieve ana aan.
1. ii
gerous, not only for this countrv
but for Europe. Both the mo motives
tives motives of the United States in Vk Vk-ing
ing Vk-ing the action they have done and
the decision of Her Majelty's Gov.
ernment In giving its full support
are understood and will be sup.
ported by the nation as a whole."
VATICAN CITY A high VatL
can source, after announcing that
Pope Pius XII hag postponed his
departure for his gummer resi
dence at Castelgandolfo because
of the Mideast developments and
pressing church work:
"His Holiness is concerned over
events In the Middle East and is
praying fervently foi world
peace."
LOS ANGELES Evangelist
Billy Graham, addressing a press
con erence on the Mideast happen happenings:
ings: happenings: "The Bible teaches us that his history
tory history began in the Middle East
In Iraq at the junction of the Ti Tigris
gris Tigris and Euphrates rivers and
the Bible teaches us that history
will end in the Middle East; that
the last great war will be th.re,
will end in the Middle East; that
the last great war will be there,
ind that Israel will be in its sen.
ter."
NEW YORK Gertrude Ederle,
first woman to swim the English
Channel, complaing that the sport
now i gone from channel swim,
ming:
"The channel iwlm today is"
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Ex-Army Official Questioned
Adams' Actions Last Spring

WASHINGTON (UPI) A for.
mer army official aaid today he
questioned last year whether
Sherman Adams was guilty of
"highly unethical" conduct in
pressing for a government con'
tract refund for a New England
textile firm.
The statement came from Ros Ros-well
well Ros-well M. Austin, former chairman
of the Armed Forces Board of
Contract Appeals. He said he
wrote a critical memorandum on
the case in the spring of 1957 be because
cause because of some evidence that pres.
sure was being brought to bear.
Austin talked to a reporter
shortly after Adams' old friend,
gift giving millionaire Bernard
Goldfine, flew back to Boston aft.
er a personal con erence with the
chief presidential aide.
Goldfine, who is not involved in
the new case, said he intended
to continue sending Adams gifts
"as I have before." He said he
and his wife spent last evening at
the Adams home.
Goldfine's gilts to Adams and
other government workers result resulted
ed resulted in eight days of stormy hear.
mgs before House influence inves
litigator which reeeaaPri innfinitr
i r
lv Tnitrsrlav.
Meanwhile, House military in
vestigators fired off subpoenas for
half a dozen witnesses in the new
Influence Inquiry which involves
refund of $41,284 in penalties as.
sessed against Raylaine Worsteds
lhc, Manchester, N. H.
Chairman F. Edward Hebert

(D-La.) called a secret meeting of 'on- Ine frmer presidential cah cah-his
his cah-his armed services subcommittee I oidate, accompanied by his sons

for. Monday to hear testimony in
the case.
Austin said his memorandum to
the contract board "was to the
effect that if Mr. Adams or any
congressman was bringing pres pressure
sure pressure to bear, I thought it was
highly unethical."
Austin said he referred to pres pressure
sure pressure by a member of Congress in
his April 2, 1957 memo because it
was mentioned in informal board
conversations that "some member
of Congress was also interested."
Austin, brother of former United!
Nations Ambassador Warren R.
Austin, said he did not recall
whether the name of the interested
congressman was mentioned.
Austin, now retired, said he had
been shown a communication for.
warded to the Army by Adams'
office and "from that it would
commercial. Ih my day it was a
sports achievement. Now they en.
dorse products and watches. They
say they were able to do it be because
cause because they ate some cereal or
other and they stop in the middle
of the channel to hold up their
watches and look at the time."

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VEGETABLES FRUITS JUICES

Get wm today I R 0

seem pressure was brought to
bear."
He said the etter carried
note from the White House to the
Army Chief of Staff asking the
Army to compose a reply. Thi
note was "quite innocuous," he
said, but the letter itself wag
questionable. I
Austin said the communication1
consisted of a letter from some.!
one connected with R a 1 a i n
which was penalized for failure
to make prompt delivery of arihjr
cloth under a World War II C6H
tract.
The Army Contract Board il il-nally
nally il-nally granted Raylaine the $41,284
refund last Nov. 27. It took the
position the late deliveries result3
ed from shortages of worsted and,
the unavailability of mill machine
parts from England early in the
war.
However, Austin said he found'
nothing questionable in the way
the board finally ruled in th th-case.
case. th-case. i
His memorandum presumably"
was In the hands of Hebert's;
Armed Services Investigating;
Subcommittee. Hebert said he
was issuing subpoenas for "halfa
dozen" witnesses to testify at the
closed-door hearing Monday. i
ADLAI TOURS RUSSIA
MOSCOW (UPI) -Adlai Steven Steven-son
son Steven-son flew to Tashkent today to
start the Central Asian part Of his
three-week tour of the Soviet Urt
fsoraen and John Fell, were
sclteduled to Visit virgih lands,
agricultural projects and Ural
Mountain Industrial centers.

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To Move SF Into NL Lead
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 19 (UPI) Manager Bill
Rigney's cold is a lot better today thank you, because
it looks like Willie Mays is getting hot again.

Score Goes On
Disabled List
For 2nd Year
Editor: CONRADO 8ARCEANT

That's the news from San Fran
Cisco where the amzing Giants
took over first piace in tne Nation
al League by beating the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-, .ast night on a
key two-run triple by Willie the

Wonder. Rigney missed me game
because of a severe cold but if
Mays is ready lor another "tear"
he won't mind one bit.
Mays, slumping for a month, de delivered
livered delivered his key triple in a 4-run
third-inning rally that stood up
behind the pitching of Stu Muter
and Marv Gnssom. Miller protect J
ed a 5-1 lead until the eighth when
the 41-year old reliever took over,
quieted a rally, and then pitched
his own way out of a ninth inning
jam by throwing a third strike strike-past
past strike-past Dick Groat.
The victory, coupled with the
Braves' loss, enabled the Gianfs
to take over first place by a
half game. Chicago beat Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee 5-3.
Rookie Jim Davenport singled in
the first run of the big inning ana
then Mays followed with his (.wo
run triple. Mays scored the fourth
run of the frame on an infield out
by Leon Wagner.
Homers by Ernie Banks and Walt
Moryn produced five "runs as the
Cubs snapped the Braves' four four-game
game four-game winning streak. A crowd of
43,173 saw Johnny Briggs pitcn a
seven hitter for his fourth win with without
out without a defeat.
The Cincinnati Redlegs beat
the St. Louis Cardinals, 8-3 and
2-1, Don Newcombe winning his
second game in the opener ind
Bob Purkey his 11th in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Newcombe helried his own
cause with three hits, including
a 420-foot homer while homers
by George Crowe and Frank
Robinson won the second game
for Purkey.
Steve Bilko's three-run fifth-in
l fc
ring homer lealurea a six-run i al ally
ly ally that carrie the Los Angeles Do 1 1-gers
gers 1-gers to an 8-6 victory over the
Philadelphia Phillies. Don Zimmer
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'while Chico Fernandez homered
for the Phillies.
In the American League, the
New York Yankees' first place
lead was shaved to 11 games as
thev lost to the Kansas City Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 2-1, and the Boston Rd Sox
clubbed out an 11-9 decision over
the Detroit Tigers, the Chicago
White Sox downed the Washington
Senators, 92 and the Cleveland
Indians beat the Baltimore Orioles,
5-1, in other games.
Dick Tomanek missed a shut shutout
out shutout when pinch-hitter Yogi Ber Ber-ra
ra Ber-ra drove in a run with a bmJ
hop single in the ninth but gain gained
ed gained his fifth victory for the Athle
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tics by scattering 11 hits. Mike
Baxes scored the Athletics' first
run and drove in their other tal tally
ly tally as the "farm boys" handed
Yankee right-hander Don Larsen
his fourth dei'eat.
Al Smith drove in five runs with
a double and the first grand slam
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were earned.
Hal Woodeschick pitched a sev

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who handed Charlie Beamon his
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Panama Rod & Reel
Tournament Notes
The following outboard motor
boats left on Thursday for the
Perlas Island; "Hilda Isabel." El
Mayor," "La Chita,'" "Moby
Dick," 'Tabogana," "Bambi
"Canibal,' 'Estela Mari," 'El
Halcon.'
Friday morning the "Zeus" wi'.h
Pedro and Jorge Ameglio aboard
set out for the Perlas. We won't
know the results of their fishing
for a couple of days, however
there are some special prizes for
those fishing on outboard moto"
boats, given by the Panama Rod
and Reel Club.
The "Seri" reports raising and
releasing muny sailfish. Dr. Diok Diok-ev
ev Diok-ev was the first one to raise sail
the first rlav of the tournament.
He raised six. Frank Violette re
ports plentv of bait is around. Dr
Tracv Haverfield had a mirlin
hooked hut Inst it. Its probable
weight was 450 500 lbs. They
landed a 175 lb. Mako Shark. The
Air force "T" boat is off for a
five dav fishing trip with six fish fishermen
ermen fishermen aboard. This boat expects
to make four trips during the
month of the tournament.
Anyone planning to fish over
the weekenH is asked to get on
the Yacht Club frequencv at 8
a.m. to givr nnv interes' ;nn news
to Marvin Chadwick of Texaco.
Mrs. Ridgely Gaither, two weeks
ago became enthusiastic about Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's fishing when she caught
a 54 lb. spanner and 52 lb. wa
hoo. The size of the
snapner Mas
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probahlv snniM her for the iirr.e
she wants to buv one in f' 1
StatPS when sh" Ippvps Here. At
any rate, Mrs. Gaither feels sh
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TEXAS MIDNIGHT
NEVADA GESTURE

BALTIMORE, July 19 (UP)
Herb Score, the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians strikeout king, went on
the disabled list today for the
second straight year but remain remained
ed remained confident that he will even eventually
tually eventually recapture his overpower overpowering
ing overpowering stuff.

"I plan to take the advice of
the doctor and get all the rest
possible," Score said after Dr.
George Bennetto's diagnosis. "I
hope to get back into action
soon."
General Manager Frank Lane
of the Indians applied to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Ford Frick to place
Score on the disabled list yester yester-dav
dav yester-dav and the application was im
mediately granted. Dr. Bennett
told Lane that Score's left el elbow
bow elbow was inflamed and advised
Score not to touch a baseball for
at least a month.
"A great loss to the club," com commented
mented commented Indians manager Joe
Gordon.
Score, who has been sidelined
from May 8 to Sept. 3 last sea season
son season after being struck in the
face by a batted ball, injured his
elbow this year while pitching a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Washington on April 30.
In his only start since then he
was knocked out of the box by
the Senators on July 15.
LEADING
HITTERS
Based on 200 official at bats)(
National League G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. L.
79 280 43 102
85 337 72 116
.364
.3.4
Mays, S. F.
Dark, Chicago
Ashburn, Phila.
Walls, Chicago
Skinner, Piti.
Cepeda, San F.
Banks, Chicago
Anderson, Phila.
Flood, St. Louis
Temple, Cinci.
70 278 35 94
83 331 52 109
88 351 64 114
,33&
.325
80 302 55 96 .318
84 340 53 106 .312
88 352 70 108
77 287 44 88
66 218 27 67
85 329 48 101
.307
.307
.307
.3(17
American League
Runnels, Boston 80 305 54 102
334
Power, Cleve.
Cerv, K. C.
Goodman, Chi.
Fox, Chicago
Kuenn, Detroit
Malzone, iBoston
Ward, K. C.
Williams, Bos.
Vernon, Cleve.
80 322 56 106 .329
79 294 57 95 323
54 208 22 67 .322
88 348 48 111 .319
74 287 37 91 .317
86 352 51 110 .313
76 256 32 80 .313
79 253 51 79
.312
73 221 32
68
.303
HOME RUNS
National League
Thomas, Pirates
Ranks, Cubs
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Aaron, Braves
26
25
21
1!)
1!)
American League
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Triandos, Orioles
21
M
24
23
17
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Thomas, Pirates
iBanks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Anderson, Phils
Mays, Giants
7.1
T',
59
5J
American League
Jensen. Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Malzone, Red Sox
Lemon, Senators
82
60
54
was just warming up for her first
sailfish which is waiting for her
out in the deep. The General, and
Mrs. Gaither, accompaniby by
Capt.
The grapevine tells us that Dr.
Milton Eisenhower on his fishing
trip raised a big sail while he
wos holding the line. It was a big
thrill to him and he was disap
pointed when he lost it.
Other companies generously con
tributing prizes to the tournament
are the followin:
Icaza y Cia. $25 of merchan
dise.
Hotel Interncional Dinner and
cocktail for two.
Magnavox TV a trophy.
Colonial Insurance Co. a tro
phy.
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UP FOR TWO DIminitive Bobby Christopher of the D Battery, 764th AAA Battalion quin quintet
tet quintet drives in to flip a lay up against the Al brook AACS team Tuesday.. Christopher was
high scorer in the game with 26 points. D 3a ttery romped 70-54 in this PAAF Cage Tournev
ball game.

Edwin Sykes, Melvin Bourne
Refurn Bout Being Worked On

Craft Insists As Will Bounce Sack
Despite Plunge Into Second Division

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) Kansas
City finally has taken the plune
into the second division although
Manager Harry Craft insists the
Athletics will bounce back up "as
soon as we start hitting."
The A's were the early. season
sensation of the American League
and were rolling along smoothly
in second place until recently
when they dropped nine games of
their last 10 and tumbled to 1 if t Ii
place.
"You might say we've just hit
our first rocky road of the year,''
said Cralt, who brought his club
here yesterday for a four-game se series
ries series with the first-place Yankees.
"I don't think there's any real
cause tof alarm, though, because
I know what has caused our
slump," added the popular Kansas
City skipper. "We simply aren't
hitting. In our last seven games
we've gotten a total of 14 runs
and you "don't win many ball
games when you average only two
runs a contest."
The only two Kansas City play,
ers over the .300 mark are Bob
Cerv with a .321 average and
Preston Ward with .316. After
that, there's a sharp drop to
Harry Simpson at .264.
"We've got some pretty fair
country hitters on our club,"
Craft said, "and I know they'll
start rapping the ball pretty soon.
No one likes to lose nine out of
10, of course, but the players are
all hustling and I'm sure we'll
come out of this okay."
Craft said he had no complaint
with his pitching staff.
Player Of The Day
-LEW BURDETTE
This hasn't been the year Lew
Burdette thought it was going to
be but the 1957 World Series hero
is proving he's still at his best
when the Milwaukee Braves need
him most.
Burdette, relieving and starting
because of the Brares' critical
pitching shortage, shut out the
Cardinals for five innings Thurs.
day to gain credit for his ninth
win of the year. Although far
from the 20.victory season he
hoped for, Burdette's current rec.
ord is 9-7.
It should be remembered it
wasn't until about this time last
year that the Braves opened up
a sizeable margin in the pennant
race. The current race is still
about as close as it can get, but
with Burdette showing signs of re recapturing
capturing recapturing the magic touch the
Braves could win easily again aft
er all

"The pitchers have been doing
a good job," he pointed out. "It's
an old baseball, bromide that no
pitcher can win without runs and
I guess thats' more or less what
the story has been with us the
last few weeks."
The last time the A's went on
any kind of run scoring spree was
June 29 when they walloped the
Yankees, 12.6.
As a team, the Athletics are
batting an anemic .245 and the
only club in the league with a
lower mark is Baltimore qith
.241.
Despite their nosedive, however,
the A's are only 1V4 games out
of fourth nlaee anrl H hohinH

second place.
"Generally, everv Huh n
through ut least one slump during
a season," Craft said. "That hap
pens to world champions along
with everyone else. Right now it's
happening to us.
I can t blame my players too
much, though. Take Bob Cerv for
example. He's still playing with
a broken toe. He's done a re remarkable
markable remarkable job for us and although
he hasn't been hitting the long
ball lately as much as he did
earlier in the year, I have a
nuncn ne 11 start in
again soon."
Craft said hp
was particuarlv
hopeful about pitchers Jack Urban
and Ralph Terry for the last half
of the season.
"Up to now, the older fellows
on our staff like Ned Garver and
Murry Dickson have been carry,
mg the pitching load," he explain
ed. "Urban had a little touch of
arm trouble, but he just got a
clean bill of health from Dr
George Bennett in Baltimore.
"Terry was something of a dis disappointment
appointment disappointment to us the first couple
oi months. He has won five
games and lost eight so far and
we all know he can do a lot
better.
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 8 decisions)
National League
McCormick, Giants
Phillips, Cubs
Koufax, Dodgers
Parrell, Phillies
Williams, Dodgers
Grissom, Giants
W L
7 1
PL
.875
.750
.700
.667
.667
.667
American League
DeLock, Red Sox
Turley, Yankees
Sullivan, Red Sox
Hyde, Senators
Ford, Yankees
14
8
fi
11
1.000
.824
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.750
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Panama bantamweight cham champion
pion champion Edwin Sykes. recent con con-ciueror
ciueror con-ciueror of Cuba's 118 -pound king
lagartija Reyes, and the only
Panamanian to win a pro fight
in Cuba in over 18 years, took
things easy at his Colon home
today, while his handlers work worked
ed worked on arrangements for an ear ly
return match with former
bantam champ Melvin Bourne.
Sykes, who earned a unani unanimous
mous unanimous decision over Reyes July
12, returned home three days
ago with his trainer Curro
Dosman. The champ's manag manager
er manager Isaac Kresch was not in
Havana for the match because
of business obligations.
The 20-year-old champion said
the Cuban gave him a good fight
but revealed he was confident
all the way and had the situa
tion under control most of the
time. The Panamanian was high'
in praise of the Cuban fans who

he said treated him "just fine."
The fight had "oeen originally
scheduled for two weeks before,
but was postponed" after the Co
lon clouter had an attack of fe
ver in the Cuban capital.
EDWIN SYKES
Sykes lost a verdict to Bourne
a rew montns ago, which was
GUMBS Sabado Julio 19 .
ADD EDWIN Syfces
only his second defeat since he
became a pro a little over two
years ago. His other setback
came at the hands of once once-promising
promising once-promising Tito Marshall, now a
full-fledged featherweight.
Kresch claims that the main
difficulty causing the holdup
of the Bourne -Sykes return
match Is the fact that the ex -champ's
manager Aubrey
Woodruff has insisted on tn
high a guarantee from promo promoter
ter promoter Luis Craif.
Kresch declared that he is
willing to have his boy fight
Bourne on a 25-25 (percent) bas bas-is,
is, bas-is, or have the winner receive 30
per cent to the loser's 20 per
cent.
Bourne, whose trainer Is at
present in Ecuador with Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian lightweight Horaclo ot ot-tis,
tis, ot-tis, said that no final arrange-

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
Uf I Prt An
Sen Francises
48 38 .558
Milwaukee
46 37
.554
Chicago
46 42
41 44
40 44
39 43
38 42
39 46
.523
.482
.476
.476
.475
.459
P
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Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
Today's Games
Milwaukee at Chicago
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at Los Angeles
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
Yettei-rUu'c Pxi.it.
Milwaukee 000 021 0003 7 o
Chicago 003 000 02x-5 8 0
Willey (2 3) and Crandall.
Briggs (4-0) and S. Taylor.
St. Louis
001 001 0013 10 3
220 103 OOx 8 9 1
Cincinnati
Mizell (6-7). Painn Wioht cthk.
and Smith.
Newcombe (2 9) and Bailey.
(Second Gam)
St. Louis 100 000 0001 n
Cincinnati 000 100 0012 8 1
Mabe (0 1) and Landrith.
Purkey (11-6) y Burgess.
i (Night Game)
Pittsburgh 4 San Francisio S.
Night Game)
Philadelphia 6 Los Angeles S.

Three-Way Basketball Looj;
Deadlock To Be Dissolved
After Tonight's Doublebill

STANDINGS
Teams
W L Pet,
Marlboro
Cerveza Balboa
Nacional .
.750
.750
.750
.555
Kent
Perfection . 3
.375
Panama 3 6 .333
Carta Vieja 0 8 .000
Tonight's Games
Carta Vieja vs Nacional
Marlboro vs cerveza Balboa
Wednesday Night's Results
Nacional 86, Kent 79
Perfection 77. Panama 73
By VICTOR GRAY
Lowly Carta Vieja may have
something to do with the chang changing
ing changing of the standings of the R.P.
cage league Sunday morning, as
they face Nacional in the first
game of the twin-bill listed to tonight
night tonight at the National Gym.
A three-way tie now exists be between
tween between the three first fives, six
"wins and two defeats apiece,
thanks to Roman Reyes' two
pointer as the gong sounded off
Wednesday night to announce
the climax of the second half of
the thriller played by the Kent
and Nacional quintets.
This shot tied the match at
73-all, sending the contest into
overtime. It was the sixth time
for the evening that the score
was deadlocked. In the extra
five-minute period, the Nacion-

Hacker Hurls 3-0 IL Shutout;
Scantlebury Wins 12th Game

NEW YORK. July 19 (UP)
Warren Hacker, gearing for a
possible return to the majors,
nurled his second straight shut
out Friday night as Miami de
feated Havana, 3-0, in an Inter International
national International League contest.
Hacker, sent down by the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Phillies, issued three
hits while his mates pounded
Cuban pitching for 11 safeties.
The veteran righthander white whitewashed
washed whitewashed Columbus on a five-hitter
in his first outing for the
Marlins.
League-leading Montreal split
a twin-bill with Toronto, the
Royals taking the opener, 5-4,
on Solly Drake's three -run hom homer,
er, homer, and the Leafs returning with
a 3-1 verdict on Pat Scantlebu Scantlebu-ry's
ry's Scantlebu-ry's 12th victory.
In other games, Columbus
staved off a Richmond rally to
win, 4-3, behind Ben Daniel's
eighth triumph, and Buffalo won
its second straight, a rarity for
the cellar-dwelling Bisons, by
whipping Rochester, 8-4.
The ltnescores:
Miami 3 11 0
Havana 0 3 1
First Game. 7 Innings)
Montreal 040 00015 11 1
Toronto 02100014 9 0
Lasorda, Jansce (7), Collum
(7) and Teed; Blake, Pearce (3),
menta can be made until his
mentor returns to Panama.
Woodruff la expected back In
two weeks, V

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Team
W L Hct. GB
New York

54 29 .659 -4
45 40 .529 11
41 43 .488 1414
41 44 .42 IS
40 44 .476 tW-;
41 46 .471 16
41 47 .466 16Vs
-37...;49 43019.4

Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Kansas City
Chicago
Cleveland
Washington
Today's Game
Cleveland at Baltimore (NV
Kansas City at New YorhT

viuwaDii rfi wsn no nn T

fit DtlMUIl
Yesterday's Results
(Niaht fiinul
Kansas City 110 000 000 2 8 1
New York 000 000 001 1 U 1
Tomanek (5-4) and House.
Larsen (7-4) and Howard.
(Niaht ftam.l
Cleveland 030 010 1005 11 1
Baltimore 000 001 0001 7 'i
Woodeschick (1-0) and Nixon.
Beamon 0.3 V 7llverinb- T'.,.
son and Triandos.

n rAit nt l ... :; .-wst.

(Night Game)
Chicago 002 400 0309 11 J
Washington 000 000 0202 4 i
Wynn 9 (8) and Battey.
Romonoskv (. rn-.tau n

banese and Courtney.
(Niaht r.n.l
Detroit 2m non inno is r
Boston 103 Oil 41x-ll IS
Foytack, Aguirre, Moford, Fish
er (36), Morgan and Wilson.
Monbouquette, Wall (57), Fct
meles and (Berberet, White
alS' led hv VAtoi-on T,,l. T ,lutt
j 'vwi.u jjuio x-uriaun;
waritted all over their opponents
io earn a well deserved 86 to 79
triumph.
"wM bring together star4
SUlnnpH ATo ,-lV-,. i i
Zm "iu aim uie cour-
agedhs Cerveza Balboa combina-i
tion. The men under Fifi Torn
o6 ,?Ui 1 avene the defeat
handed them earlier in the sea season
son season DV the RHU-nun .., i i.
Rrathe &, B's BJmvjrJez and
- """u( snuma prove;
rather tough, not to mention a
Tav or wit.h hi ,.t ... i r.
" nuowiimiy precis
The Beermen can counter ef effectively
fectively effectively With their
do Yogi Berra" white, consid considered
ered considered by many experts as tha
most dangerous player in thd
league with the
session anywhere within scoring
u"u alumna tne DasKet. De-
SPite the fans' HIcTilro fV,- muii.
style of play, it has resulted in
a great vaiue to his club, as his
many baskets have added con considerably
siderably considerably to the club's success i
Added with Ernesto Davie, a
strong candidate for rookie of
the year honors, Miguel March,
who this season has pnmo intt.
his own as a player, veteran Daj-
iiu ue L,eon ana tne rejuvenated
Bertran Blain, Chefo Echeve Echeve-rria's
rria's Echeve-rria's club stands a
pVWK V"UiHA
of coming out on top in tonight's
Tiefenauer (1) and Hannah.
WP Lasorda. LP Blake. HRS
Drake. Goliat. Rodriguez
(Second Game.)
Montreal nnonm nnn i n
Toronto 020 001 OOx 3 6 0
Harris, Jansce (6) and Gatta;
Scantleburv Tiefenatir o and
Thompson, Hannah (9). WP
scantieoury. LP Harris.
Richmond 000 000 1203 4 1
Columbus 012 001 OOx 4 6 1
Bronstad. Parsons (Hi anri
Command; Daniel, Arroyo (8)
and Rand. WP Daniel. LP
Bronstad. HR Causlon.
Rochester 030 0100004 10 1
Buffalo 020 102 2 lx- 8 11 0
Ricketts. Gibson (7) end Knt.t
Stadnickl. Hahn R) and NnhJe
WP Hahn. LP Rlcketts. HRl-
Smauey, Phillips.

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By HARRY GRAYSON
HAVER'lONW, Pa. (NEA)
mere is souieuiing about U U-len
len U-len an be ne Liuer Knows oaly
uw wen, wuicn aruuses toe coacn coacn-Wg
Wg coacn-Wg urge 111 ututr aanas.
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get uieur 'iuuk.1 into Hie giUed
youngster auu give d in auvtce.
iueie is a pa j etiological reason
lor mis anu p?.ips it can be
explained by someoody.
rtii iduiei, here lor the PGA
Luampiousiup uver the illicit 11
Country Uud course in Haver,
town, on i-uuaueyuia s west aiue,
knowi is tbat be has peen practi practically
cally practically ruined Dy kinoness.
lu June ot idsi, utuer cai lul lulls
ls lulls measured a putt on the iath
gieen ai daliusrol the sinking ot
whicn would nave tied Ed Fur,;ol
for the United States Open cham championship.
pionship. championship. Tne putt was wide, bit
it was the blond shotmaker's first
national Open anu, all agreed this
laie aliernoon, ne would he big.

Sine then. Littler has almost
totally disappeared irom ihe nead-
lWiae pnmtM nut if thp Inwpr slltl;

imva, .viii.'.'g wv ...
on the proiessional tour only to

win tne tournament 01 nam nam-Dions
Dions nam-Dions in Las Vegas. What hap

pened?

in this year s upen in imsa imsa-Littler
Littler imsa-Littler came in afier his first IS
nn ths final dav with a sood CI1J..C

ot making a run for it down the

stretch with tommy jjoi. ne
ordered a salad and a large glass

of iced tea, then in craCKer-Darre-lish
twang tried to explain where
he had been.
"1 had to get off the tour a few
times," he mused. "Maybe you're
right. I listened to people too
much."
Which is an understatement.
When Littler returned to the Sing
ine Hills Countrv Club at La Joi-

V.F.W. TEENER Bobby Fortune, 14 years old, is one of the
youngest on the team. He is a pitcher, his best ball being a good
curve that is hard to hit. He has good control. He will see plenty
of work on the trip to the States which will give him valuable
Ynrln0 up will still he in the ace bracket to be eligible

for next year's Teenrs. Bobby is a native of the Canal Zone I la, Calif., in 1956, for example,
..-' ,1 ,. HI, tli. irmpil Cnrwc Little lenrne lie 'Paul Rimvan the old OH), took

liu null uiiir vi.- ,,ii, iv ..-. -
went to the Macaws of the Fastlich League where he will play 1 one look at his swing and nearly

against next year. He likes basketball and swimming, but ins
heart is in baseball and he hopes to go a ldng way down the
baseball trail.

by
Dan Daniel

1

fell over.

"When this boy first came
around he had a smooth swinj
that was all rhythm. But I took a
look at him this time and he was
like a park department special'
Runyan recalls. "He had a dip at
the top of the swing, a dip at the
bottom, was a mess in between.
How many advisers it took to do
that to him is anybody's gess."

Superior Judge Arnold Praeger,, thing like $12 million with which
In Los Angeles, having ruled ii to build. He has some cash left
favor of taxpayers seeking" to from his sales of the Flatbush,
prevent that city front exchan- Montreal and Forth Worth
fng 300 acres in Chavez Ravir arks. But he has nothing like
with the Dodgers for Wrigp. !e club, assess which would be
Field, Walter O'Malley once :. needed! for an arena seating 60, 60,-f
f 60,-f ain finds himself stymied in hi rjOO or more In the Ravine.
eff6rt to build a stadium for his if the courts refuse to OK
- n.ik...i. halloltih WnitoA traHp he can't build

I r .. n. , ,1. 1 1 1 j i j.mH

St legal iraiernuy

ws surpnsea ay me aecii
which was based on the incon-

trovertioie iaci mat wucu iw kuu
j 1 ,r..i imlnlotrot.inii nnsp at. his Urnnklvn detractors

f CUCliH XluuuiK ii.i,i. .-.'.- 1 f
reded 180 Chavez acres to the. In short, courts or no courts

Quite 1 few, It would seem. There
has not been a tounament in
more recent years that we havo
not seen Littler standing some
place, aginst a tree, on a prac practice
tice practice tee, the putting green, listen listening
ing listening to some golfer tell him how.
This past winter he again had
in wiiiiriviw tn hU home club and

try and straighten out a game that
had become all mixed up again.
Much of the blame apparently
goes to Gene Sarazen.
. "When Littler first came around,

the Dros tell you, "Sarazen doos:

tcucu iUU 1
city, it made It quite plain in the
deed that the real estate could
be used onlv for the public good
That a gift of the land for the
construction of a privately own owned
ed owned arena could nossibly come
within the federal housing in intent
tent intent was doubted seriously even
after the Ravine proposition had
ked throueh the citizens

referendum early in June

O'Malley is on his way to becom

ing a verv wealthy man.
Five Alternatives
O'Malley now is confronted
with five alternatives. The first

nf these is to ride out thu storm

And if he can't build, he doesn't r ftr-.Tm h t savinc he
borrow, and jiP&CM- WF.ffl
rieht on cashing in on the Coli- wa5." T 4Vlt if t m.

seum gate and thumbing hi. TZTSS. i.o rap at

Sarazen. He was seeing it right at
the time. Looked like you never
could beat Littler. But the prcs prcs-sue
sue prcs-sue knocked the kid's game apart.
"The boys didn't help it, either.
You know, you look for advice a

round here you can get u aiuer-

and wait for the

resort.
The second Is to forget the
Ravine, and continue in the Co-

seum. Warren Giles, presiaent

MtflEk of ringing a wood.

WINNING WAY Beverly Hanson throws away her putter,
but she isn't mad about anything. It's just the Fargo, N.D.,
miss' way of celebrating the sinking of a long putt for a birdie.
She is one of the superior touring women professional goiters.
: (
Fraley's Reflections
On Sports In General

a

By OSCAR FRALEY

Paslrano Spurns
Offer To Be Harris'
Sparring Male
HOUSTON, Tex, (UPI) Heavy
weight challenger Roy Harris
manager got a a scathing rebuff
yesterday when he dangled a
$5000 lure as bait to get Wlide
Pastrano as a Harris spar mite
while Roy trains for his Aug 18
title bout with Floyd PattCion
in Los Angeles.
Pastrano, through his handlers

and Miami Beach, Fla. promoter
Chris Di lee, claims he has Lrst
call on Harris services prior to
the Texan's title chance and
scoffed at the $5,000 offer by Lou
Viscusi, Harris manager.
In Miami Beach, co manager
and trainer Angelo Dundee, broth brother
er brother of the promoter, roared that
his fighter doesn't "fight for chick chicken
en chicken feed."
"I wouldn't dream of letting
Vljllie fight him as a sparring
partner, he said. "We'll fight h.m
in a ring, that's all:"

Viscusi, who has ignored iFas-

tran-Oundee claims that Harris
is ducking out 'of a re-match fol.
lowing Harris' defeat of Pastrano
in Houston 13 months ago, said
he was serious about the $5,000 of offer.
fer. offer. "This is entirely fair," Viscusi
said. If anyone thinks I am not
serious, all he has to do is say
'Yes.'
"I'd like nothing better than to
pay Pastrano that kind of money
to get clobbered. . .like he di J
when he met Harris a year ago,"
he added.
Viscusi said he had been trying
to decide on a choice for sparring
pamers for Harris after the chal challenger
lenger challenger moves to Arrow head
Springs, Calif, tomorrow to open
training for the Patterson bout.
"This offer, if they take it," Vi.

scusi said, "will go a long way

M & M
Kir T H

SCORE SCORES Herb Score feels like taking off after re returning
turning returning to the wars in a spectacular relief appearance at
Yankee Stadium. The Cleveland fireballer's pitching equip equipment
ment equipment had been out of gear practically since the season's start.

Senators Suggest Baseball
Try Other Means To Survive

fprrndum eariy 111 juuc. '. -....o,
T,,.. i,,Avr Praejrer's decisioi 1 f the National League, says the

Is not 'final. The city and th-1 lodgers have received permis-

.1.. i.,k nnm win Mini .inn ro n av mere 101 uiiiv i.wu

I.IIS " L"

ter with a suit in a higher court
So it will eo while O'MalW stews
over his Ravine and his Dodgers
fret over the growing likelihood
of being forced to play in the
ill-suited Coliseum beyond the
two-vear term of agreement.
There is a strong probability

O'Malley never will build um
stadium, that his club never will
be able to complete the exchange
of badlv located Wrigley Field
, 1 1 1 n V,n tijnfh o

lor lana repuwu w c wim ...
bout $10 million.
Is O'Malley Sobblnp?
' While deplorinp his failure to
set the green light from Judge
Praeger O'Malley, who has been
doing astonishing business in
'. the coliseum, may not be sob sob-5
5 sob-5 bing too violently over the pros pros-I
I pros-I pect of continuing there.
Although his pact with the Co Coliseum
liseum Coliseum commission expires In
October 1959, O'Malley knows
this body is not going to have
the temerity to chase him out
jof the arena if he asks for pro pro-'lonted
'lonted pro-'lonted asylum.
; In fact, O'Malley may force
the commission and the Ins
Anreles football Rams to make
I Tleld in the matter of certain ar architectural
chitectural architectural changes which would
rive the ball team a playing ter terrain
rain terrain free of the maiv reproach reproaches
es reproaches It now has to suffer.
,0 il. worp tn five the

11 U1C tUUI I.' v.. n--
l O'Malley deal ultimate anproval,
I Walter would havetoflnd some-

CFN Radio-TV

Sports Schedr'e

is the CFN

: gchedule for the coming week

Radio
Todday Kansas City vs New
( York at i P-m-
Sunday St. liuis vs Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday Baltimore vs Chica Chicago
go Chicago at 1:30 p.m.
1 Thursday St. Louis vs Mil.
Jiraukee at l:30p.m.
'sFridav Wrestling at 10 p.m.
(Saturday Golf show at 10 p.m.
Sunday Baseball game of the
leek at 3 f.rh.; wrtftling kt 10
im.
'Monday Boxing at 10 p.m.
Tuesday Roller Derby at 10

years. But suppose umaney
throws himself on the mercv of
his fellow club owners? Would
they' be less cooperative than
they were when thev anproved
the 250-foot left field line nd
thpt screen?
The third is for O'Malley to
a:-k the citv to help him through
condemnation nroceedlnss to
purchase -some 100 acres in the
Ravine now held by private own

Another possibflMv. very re-
mote, would send the Dodsers,
into Wrieley Field, seating 22.00,
after the exniration of he Coll-,
seum deal, pending other ar-i
ranewents.

Finally, there is a solution
whifh may verv well turn nut to

be te mort sansfactory. tie n

Listening to too much advice Is
an ailment common to a lot of
golfers, Frank Stranahan for one,
but in recent history Littler'3 is
the most graphic case because, on
looks alone, he figured to be trc
mendous.
Everybody knew about ene
Littler even before he joined tl.e
money ranks. And when he did
arrive, they all were waiting to
put their own ideas to work.
"Most people," Jimmy Demarpt
says, "get in trouble with their
big mouth. Gene doesn't say hard hard-lv
lv hard-lv more than hello and goodby
even when he talks to himselt
Only golfers get messed up by
listening."

Sports Briefs

HAVERTOWN, Pa. ,(UP1)
Fearless Fraley's reflections rn
sports in general at the PGA f,olf
championship:

There are at least four goiters
on the tour who could be the
playing pro at the Hartford it.
treat.
Golf writers who can't fracture
100 are prone to knock the pro
who shoots a 79.
Australians are fast swimmers
because the sharks ate all the
slow ones.
You couldn't keep Joe DiMag-

gio out of my all time outfield.
.Women may be beHr putters
than men, as claimed, but I'd
rather know a doll who can bake
a good lemon meringue pie.
Many of the pros at the PGA
are steamed at Ben Hogan be because
cause because he didn't appear for this
tournament even though invited.
If Nino Valdes is the best
heavyweight challenger, Floyd
Patterson might as well retire.
Baseball In Alaska

If they ever get night flat

racing, it'll drive the U. S. mint
out of business as a money moneymaker.
maker. moneymaker. I don't see that it's anybody's
business but base'oaU's if the
Senators want to move out of
Washington.
Baseball is a business and when
a team draws 3,000 for a Sunday
double header it might as well go
somewhere where it's wanted.
Shotputter Parry O'Brien, he
male Sophia Loren, is one of the
best built athletes you'll ever ie.
Just to move in on Nostrada.

mus. if you wait long enough
you'll see a major league fran franchise
chise franchise in Alaska.

One of the pros at the PGA

says he always takes his wife; toward settling that problem

along because he can t stand to
kiss her goodbye.
"She has," said another, 'a
face like a freshly raked sand

trap."
In this day of power tennis, the
lob is almost as extinct as the
dinosaur.
When a golf tournament is over,
the -course usually has more
scars than Sergeant York.

Duren's Speed Scares
Sam Snead still is the best
gallery iraw in golf and could
give lessons to flics around a
barrel of honey.
Ryne Duren's speed scares me
even when I cower behind the

batting screen

Barbell Meet
To Be Held
At Balboa Gym

A three-lift barbell meet will be
held for the boys enrolled in the
weight programs being conducted
at the Margarita and Balboa Gym.
nasiums.
The lift to be performed will in.

Tlude the two handed press, bench

or supine press and two hand curl.
The boys will be divided into the
A. B. or C groups, according to
thpir pvnonpnts Fvnnnpnts are

Croquet stands in a cla with I H.ixrminoH hv ih hop wpiffht

backgammon for my limited anri hpjght 0f (ne individual,
dough, and if that ain t encketl The meet will be held in the ap.
you can have that too. 1 aparatns room of the Balboa Gym
The best drop kicker I everon We,inesdav Juiy 23, at 9 a.
saw was a bouncer in a Loins- spectators are cordially invited.

V1IIC lllftlltVlUU,
Rasslers should have to belong

WASHINGTON (UPI) Two
members of the Senate anti-monopoly
subcommittee suggested to.
day baseball try other means be.
fore asking for unlimited author,
ity to control game broadcasts
and telecasts.
The statements by Sen. Joseph
C. O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.) and Sen.
John A. Carroll (D-Colo.) were in
answer ,to Commissioner Ford
Frick's contention that "there will
be no baseball" within 10 years
unless Congress grants the game
immunity from anti-trust legisla.
tion. Frick claimed the Justice
Department's antitrust experts
have vetoed every proposal by or.
ganized baseball to save the min minor
or minor leagues via control of major
league broadcasts and telecasts.
Instead of asking for over-all
exemption, O'M a h 0 n e y said,

I baseball should dralt detailed
j legislation spelling out what it

needs in the way of radio.TV reg.

ulation, the reserve clause in
players' contracts and territorial
rights.
"If baseball asked for uch a

bill, maybe you'd get it," he told
Frick.
"Baseball ought to clean its own
linen and take reasonable restrie.
tions," said Carroll. "Being for
baseball is like being for right
against wrong." 1
During his 50.minute testimony
Wednesday, Frick asked the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee to approve a House House-passed
passed House-passed bill to grant organized
baseball and other professional
sports immunity from the anti.
trust laws in their radio.TV and
other activities. The Justice De.
partment and Federal Communi.
cations Commission have come
out against such unlimited authority.

KRAUSE TRADED AGAIN
DETROIT (UPI) The Detroit
Lions have traded tackle Ray
Krouse to the Baltimore Colts
for an undisclosed draft choice
next year. Krouse originally had
been traded to Green Bay, but the
deal was nullified when he re refused
fused refused to report because it was too
far from his Washington, D. C.
home.

FULLMER BOUT SET
SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) -i,.,,,
ino Dnnler has com-

tv of Los Angeles wth .id from pleted arrangement

the rou"tv, p.otn rain "- """" ,r r c
... u. 'i.dM and lease Rimer and Joey Giardello in Sep.

to O'Malley.
Of course, there is yet, another
out for W 'ter. He cou'd eo back

tAmlvnr TViKlfir in hie initial Utah

promotion, said the ngni win ue

in nv,i-,otc lrlolrt onrt wait for COH

struct ion of a udlum on rv -inc
Meadow. Put that wou be
too nro'plc for, the adwnturr adwnturr-lovin"
lovin" adwnturr-lovin" Walter. He insets he
wants no more rnonev than he
i,-,, wi,, Via Rut that's one mat

ter in which men do not always

stick to the truth.
Whatever
Hane to.. .
KEITH MOLESWORTH
The Chieauo Beirs long have
been noted 'or picking uo "sleep "sleeper
er "sleeper stars" from smMl colleges and
, 1 ...it. K ilasiirnrlh

..'rc sucn was tveun ivici.
po lOorge Halas liked bis' record at

Monmouth uoiirpe -aim suu
discovered the small college
star was a made.to order pro
ouarterhack in the Halas system.
Mojesworth qmrterbacked t h e
hAvs for six seasons, steering
the Bears to two division titles
end the '933 National Football
League tile. In football's off
season, he played shortstop, for
six minor league baseball clubs
including the Baltimore Orioles of
that era.
Whatever happened to Keith
Moesworth? The old Bear ouir ouir-terback
terback ouir-terback has served as assistant
footoall coach at Navy, minor

pig"p b""sebnll manager, coich

Pittsburgh S'ee'ers and

w s per per-Colts
Colts per-Colts and

JM. i r' the

fflfcrednesday Boxing at 10 p.m. Col no

! 1 -rsday Golf show at 4:30isonncl dimr'or of the

1 lives in Baltimore.

held here either Sept. 8 or

10.

TACKLES TRADED
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
Philadelphia Eagles have acquired
tackle Don Owens from the Wash,
ingtou Redskins in a trade for
tackle Jim Weatherall. Owens
went to Washington last season

following a two-year stint witb
the Pittsburgh Steelers.

WELTERS IN RETURN BOUT

NEW YORK (UPI) Welter

weights Mickey Crawford and
Orteoa will meet in a

return match Aug. 13 at Madison
Square Garden. Ortega scored an
upset split decision at the Garden

last Friday in wnicn mere was a
wide discrepancy in the voting
among ring of Icials.
TRAIN FOR TITLE FIGHT
HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI) Kenny
Lane worked tive rounds with
sparring partners Thursday in
nronnrat inn for his title bout wiMi

lightweight champion Joe Brown

next wenaesoay. Brown, in
nearby training camp, floored one
of his sparring matei with a
quick left jab in a workout
against southpaws.

BEARS SIGN BACK
CHICAGO (UPI)-Jesse Whit,
tenton, a defensive halfback, has
signed his 1958 contract with IM
Chicago Bears, Wiiil'ention i 1
end Bob Carey were Irz 'ti to t
Bears by tl'e Los Angeles Rt.
for Kline Gilbert.

to the Actors Guild.
The PGA has a better field
than they ever have in the U. S.
Open.
They kill it off by playing the
tournament on humpty dumpty
courses.
Mickey Mantle is never goin;;
to be known as the greatest
elecutionist in sports; or even the
second best.
I don't know how they can call
a sun beaten, sweating golf pro a
"cool" competitor.
Because when the temperaijre
gets up around 100 in the press
tent, I dream of covering the
Nome to Fairbanks dog sled
derby.

' i?3e:'""'

I

PULLED TRIGGER -A triceer-Ash. rare in the locality, was

I caught by Leah Kifer while fishing off a stone jetty not far
! irom the famous Atlantic. City, N. J., boardwalk. Odd fellow.

WHITE HORSE
of course
No other drink satisfies more than a
fine Scotch . and in White Horse,
Scotch Whisky reaches
pure perfection.

lf.Jl ?" TKe Old Blent ML



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Leaving Pjnami, accept best
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door sedan, only 6300 miles,
duty paid, extras, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Tel. 3-1709 Panama.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
end white, radio, power steering;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALE: 51 Kaiser standard
hif. $150.00. Tsgt. Dan La
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after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Victoria
hardtop, four door sedan, radio,
w'sw, Thunderbird engine. $1, $1,-500.00.
500.00. $1,-500.00. Call 2-3364, or house
532 Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard. 4
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condition. 3 new tires, radio,
$400.00 or nearest. Phone Navy
3757 or 3610.
FOR SALE: Buick 1954 Riviera
Century, duty paid, with radio,
dual speakers, white side wall
tires, tinted windshield, one own owner,
er, owner, beautiful condition, Panama
inspection passed, very reason reasonable
able reasonable price. Phone 2-2021; after
5.30, p.m. phone 3-1637.
FOR SALE: Buick 1950 four
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Two new tires, others good.
$220.00. Outstanding bargain,
American owner. House 57, Via
Brazil.
FOR SALE: Sportcar 1955 Ford
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Duty paid, will trade. Tel. 2 2-2887.
2887. 2-2887. FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
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Magoon Place, Diablo. Balboa
4453.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury
Monleclair 2 door, radio 20.000
miles, duty paid. Can see at No.
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FOR SALE: 1956, 9-passenger
Station Wagon, good condition,
duty paid, best offer. Call 3 3-0940
0940 3-0940 or 3-7999
FOR SALE: 1952 Cadillac four
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FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Station Station-wagon
wagon Station-wagon (9-pass. Country Sedan t.
Five 6-ply tires, new battery.
Excellent condition. $1200.00.
716-B Prado, Balboa 2-3480.
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anama Co-Op's
Assembly To Feature
ighl-Point Agenda
The Panama Consumers Cooper.
ative will hold its fourth general
assembly on Monday, July 2R, will
an eight.item agenda listed for dis
cussion.
The meeting will be held at the
Sojourners Hall, above the Apollo
Theater on P Street,
i Included on the list of Items for
discussion are:
i Minutes of the last meeting, re reports
ports reports from the educational com committee,
mittee, committee, the board of directors and
the auditors, review of the opera,
tion of the cooperative, and nom nomination
ination nomination and election of officers,
t Also listed for discussion is a
call for, the full fillment of unpaid
pledges by members and associate
members and amendment of the
bye.laws.
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President Requests
That House Restore
Foreign Aid Cut
WASHINGTON (UPI) Pres President
ident President Eisenhower made an urgent
personal appeal to Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic and .Republican leaders
hst night to provide all the
foreign aid funds which Congress
has authorized in view of the Mid.
East crisis.
He reviewed the aid program
wilh them at the While House af.
ter Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles said the crisis has made
it "more clear than ever" that
the President must have every
cent of the $3,675,000,000 allowed
by Congress. The House cut this
by almost 600 million dollars in
voting to provide the actual funds.
Dulies, who had testified earlier
before the Senale Appropriations
Committee, sat in on the meeting
in the President's second floor
study in the executive mansion.
The White House meeting was
held in an atmosphere of deep
secrecy. Press Secretary James
C. Hagerty said in advance there
would be no announcements after afterward.
ward. afterward. The Senators entered and
departed via driveways where
newsmen would be unable to
reach them for interviews.
Dulles, in his testimony, had ap appealed
pealed appealed for restoration of the
House cuts "at a grave moment
in history and under conditions
that are obviously compelling."
there was some question as to
the urgency of the meeting. Hag Hagerty
erty Hagerty announced it late in the after,
noon but said it had been ar.
ranged at least two days ago to
review the foreign aid picture.
Congressional sources said the
President had called another bi.
partisan meeting on the middle
East crisis.
Knowland reported after the
President's weekly meeting with
congressional GOP leaders
Wednesday that they had agreed
the foreign aid program should be
reviewed in light of the Middle
East crisis which was touched off
by the coup d'etat in Iraq.
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BAKDO LOM-BAKDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th or July Ave. A J St. 0 LEWIS SERVICE Are. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UN f DOS 14 Central Ave.
FARMACIA L.LX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fco. do la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. ana 33 St. FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER J IS 50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Par que Ltfevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 e MOVED AD ES ATMS
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.

Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House On mile past the
Casino Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceansida Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Svend 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 serv service.
ice. service. Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
in El Cangreio completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1167.
1167. 3-1167. FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 4-1241 good
neighborhood.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet,
maid's room, hot water, garden,
fenced yard, 7th street Golf
Heights No. 14. Tel. 2-1601 of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
chalet, maid's room, with service,
garage and fenced yard. 87 street
No. 22.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, etc. 61 Street,
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
"GET STREAMLINED"
Excercisins; Machines, Turkish
ihe McLevy way. Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators tor ladle
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Arosemena Ave. I3-4S
Tel. S-2217
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama ,2-1601
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
MINICAB
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
Panama
Colon
LICENSES REVOKED
ALBANY, N. Y. (UPI) The
slate Motor Vehicle Bureau an announced
nounced announced yesterday it had revoked
the driving licenses of 1,816 per.
sorig in May and suspended the
licenses of 3.331 others. The lead,
ing cause of revocations was
three or more speeding or reck reckless
less reckless driving convictions in 18
months.
"OUT TO LUNCH"
CHICAGO (UPI) The chil.
dreft'g section of the BrookfieM
Zoo advertises a purple people
eater among its animal xhibiH.
However, no one has ever seen
the creature. Director Robert
Bean explained the "horrible"
beast is always out to luncai

Miscellaneous

YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: Iron safe 24x24
32, metal 4 drawer file, dining
table. Call 599-L, Colon.
FFOR SALE: Large plate-glass
mirror with mahogany frame,
sixe 33 in. x 54 in., excellent
condition. Picnic charcoal grill
on wheels, very good condition.
Phone 2-2409 (Balboa).
FOR SALE: Conn trombone.
Call 86-2166 A 2c Hager.
FOR SALE: Spare parts for
cars, trucks, heavy equipment,
radios, motors, electric and
plumbing fixtures, refrigerators,
safe vaults, bolts, steam electric
tables. CONTINENTAL SUPPLY
at 12 and 13 St. Central Ave.
Phone 1088-B, Colon.
FOR SALE: Gulbransen small
Upright piano, in good condition,
$300.00. U street No. 7-21,
apartment 15, Calidonia.
FOR SALE: Hotpoint dryer.
Excellent condition, 60 cycles.
$125, quarters 79. 86-5221.

LT. COL. JAMES A. MOORE, left, post commander at Ft. Amador, pins the Commendation
Ribbon with Metal Pendant on Sfc. Ubaldo Llanos In a recent ceremony at Post Headquarters
Llanos, who has been the supply sergeant for U.S. Army Garrison, Amador for the past three
years, has now left the Isthmus for the U.S. and retirement. Mrs. Llanos and Capt Joseph
A. Benson, commander of the garrison, right, look on with approval. (U.S. Army Photo)
Old Supply Sergeant Ubalde Llanes
.Starts Fading Away Come July 30

The Army-aged phrase "Oldshipment to Hawaii. He complet complet-soldiers
soldiers complet-soldiers never die, they only fade eel a ten-year tour there, arriving

away," will soon be a realized

surety for Sfc. Ubaldo Llanos, was at Fort Armstrong and Fort
who a few days ago walked out Kam, two posts overshadowing
of the supply room at U.S. Arm famous Waikiki beach.
Garrison, Fort Amador, where he Upon returning to the Main Main-has
has Main-has been master and ruler for the I land he decided he had enough of

past three years, and will fade in into
to into the ranks of the retired after
37 years in and about the Army.
The 56-year-old sergeant, who
was and reared near Camp Ro
secrans, an old Army camp, now
inadtive, in San Diego County, Cal
ifornia, was decorated with the
Commendation Ribbon with Metal
Pendant, by Lt. Col. James A.
Moore, in a ceremony at post
headquarters.
It was at Fort Rosecrans that
the military life first beckoned
to the sergeant.
While still in kneepnt he made
frequent hikes from his home to
the limits of Rosecrans. There ho
stood hour after hour, vicariously
living the life of a dashing cavalry
man as the watched the mounted
units of the post canter ant!
charge through drill and maneuv-
At the a'ge of 19, the urge to
join up overtook him and started
a military career that was to be
spread over from 1920 until 1958.
Since then he has fathered sons
who have followed in Dad's foot footsteps.
steps. footsteps. ..Sgt. Jerome, age 26, who
is serving a tour at Sehofield Bar Barracks;
racks; Barracks; and has nine years service;
Pfc. Waxwell, who has nearly two
years service and is now with the
554lh Missile Battalion at Mali Mali-Ice,
Ice, Mali-Ice, Ca .lornia; and Pfc. Leon,
who at the age of 17, joined the1
Army here in the Canal Zone, in
1956. He is with the Seine Com Command,
mand, Command, Paris.
From Rosecrans, Llanos went lo
Fort McDowell, on the northern
shore of San Francisco, to await

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Large mahogany
dininsjroom set. 1 China closet,
buffet with mirroi table with six
chairs See at house 2 3 14-A or
call Balboa Tel. 2413.
FOR SALE: 4 wicker chairs,
1 floor lam, 2 fiber rugs, 1
Westinghouse electric roaster,
1 CBS 21 inch-television set, 4
folding chairs. Telephone Balboa
1245 4246.
FOR SALE: 2 single bed spring,
2 Moncayo paintings, 1 beautiful
Ecuadorian wool rug 9x12
6333-A Los Rios 2-1275.
FOR SALE: Complete house household
hold household goods. Coco Solo. Phone No.
652 Qrts. 317-C.
FOR SALE: Rotisserie, new
$25.00. Double Sunbeam toatst toatst-master
master toatst-master $9.00. Pressure cooker,
Presto $9.00. Phono 83-2139
Mrs. Zorn.
FOR SALE: Bamboo set, 2
chairs, table, settee $40.00.
Electric Singer Sewing Machine,
$25.00. Carved silver cabinet,
$25.00. Child's tall metal dining
chair, $5.00. 5184-B Diablo
Heights, 2-3514.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse ref.
60 cycle, 1 Bendix automatic
washer, I Deepfreese, 60 cycle.
Phone Gamboa 365.
'back in the Mailand in 1935. He
the dashing life of a cavalryman..
no horse. .he was the first ser sergeant
geant sergeant of an unmouted unit.... and
to return to civilian life.
He found employment with the
Irepte Construction Company,
busy building Brownsfield and
Greensfield Naval air bases in
San Diego County.
There he stayed until 1951 when
he once again donned the uniform.
Since then he has seen service
at Okinawa, Japan and in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. He arrived here in Panama
in 1955 and was greeted by an old
NO HUSBANDS WANTED
BIRMINGHAM, Eng. (UPI) A
British obstetrician sounded a fer fervent
vent fervent prayer yesterday that
spouses of expectant motherskeep
out of maternity wards. Address Addressing
ing Addressing a medical association comer,
ence, Prof. H. C. McLaren said
husbands in the wards ''are a
damn nuisance and really need
nursing themselves."
NO MAJOR OUTBREAKS
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Pub.
lie Health Service said yesterday
no serious outbreaks of polio have
occurred in the country so far
this year. A service spokesman
reported there have been 688
cases through July 5 of this year
compared with 1,544 in the same
period last year. He said 344 of
this year's cases were paralytic.

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: 14' new Runabout
65" beam-made for water ski skiing
ing skiing will sacrifice. Tel. 2-2887.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Good Cattle and
Farm Land 33 Hectares, 1 mil
river on on side. LAS GUIAS,
65 miles from Panama City
$4,000 Box 2835 Cristobal C. Z.
FOR SALE: Lots on the most
exclusive, safe and atractiv
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the city.
Easy payment plan. For informa information
tion information enquire at Alfa Store, No.
29-110 Central Avenue. Phone
, 3-6153.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1958 AJS 600 cc.
Good condition. Call Balboa
1649.
FOR SALE: Motorcycle, like
new, 1955 Tiger Cub, 200 cc.
must be .seen to be appreciated.
2 bicycles, (one English), model
Airplanes, ready to fly. Quarry
Heights 82-2265.
company commander, Maj. Gen.
Lionel C. McGarr, then U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean's commanding gen general.
eral. general. While in Hawaii he was first
sergeant for McGarr, then a capt captain.
ain. captain. Sergeant and Mrs. Llanos have
left the Isthmus by military air aircraft
craft aircraft for the U.S. His plans are
to return to San Isidro, his boy boyhood
hood boyhood home, soon after being dis discharged
charged discharged July 30.
Domino Club
To Sponsor
Tournament
The Hornets Domino Club,
whose home base is at 219 Pa Pa-raiso
raiso Pa-raiso today announced plans to
sponsor an Isthmian domino tour tournament.
nament. tournament. An groups which have been
playing are invited to register
with David Murrain at 36 A Pa Pa-raiso,
raiso, Pa-raiso, phone 4-515, in order to re receive
ceive receive a formal invitations and de details
tails details on the operation of the tour tournament.
nament. tournament. Registrations are being
received from clubs on both sides
of the Isthmus. Clubs already in
vited need not register, they will
simply follow instructions issued
with the invitations.
Eliminations tournaments will
be on both sides of the Isthmus
to determine Atlantic and Pacific
winners. Based on the results of
these first second and third prize
trophies will be given on each
side. The final tournament will
be held between the Atlantic and
Pacific winners to determine the
Isthmian champion for the grand
trophy.
A total of 16 clubs have already
received their invitations, nine of
vthich have already communicat communicated
ed communicated their intention to taken part.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL CX
The Curundu Pest Restaurant of offers
fers offers for bid the following articles
listed below. Bids will be opened
at 1400 on 15 August 1958.
These articles can be seen at the
Post Restaurant in Curundu. Tel.
83-6205. 8 Bowling Alley Lanes.
WANTED: i or 4
chalet. Call 3-1407.
bedrooms
WANTED TO BUY; Used piano
in good, condition. Please call
Panama 2-2517,
Lesson
Accordion profesor Nelly Hof Hof-mann
mann Hof-mann graduated in Germany will
give private classes to pupils at
their homes, in English, Ger German
man German and Spanish. Call 2-3193 in
office hours.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's practical conversational
Spanish lessons. Lessons morning,
afternoons, evenings. 4th of July
Ave. T 1-352 No. 10, In front of
Quarry Heights.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Good cook with
complete knowledge serving, live
in or out. References required.
Ave. Federico Boyd No. 7. Ap Apply
ply Apply Sunday morning.
WANTED : Good cook with
references for small family. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone at 2-0345 during office
hours.
Cleveland Bonk
Robbed Of $70,000,
Roadblocks Set Up
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI) (UPI)-Three
Three (UPI)-Three robbers who cut their way
into a Society or Savings Bank
branch from an upstairs room to today
day today greeted the bank employees
as they arrived and then escaped
with an estimated $70,000.
A bank spokesman said the
three, wearing stockings pulled
oyer their faces, were waiting in.
side the bank when personnel re
ported for work shortly before 9
a.m.
When the assistant manager,
Richard Taylor, reported, the men
forced him at gunpoint to open the
safe. They took all the money and

DRIVE-IN

60c.
30c.
TODAY
Once he killed
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"The LAST of the
FAST 'GUNS"

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CN.maScOPE COLOR "mOmm.
Protafonltada per
JOCK GILBERT LINDA
MAHONEY ROLAND CRISTAL
eon EDUARD FRANZ lORNE GREENE ,yaaev

'J CARL BENTON REID
TONIGHT
AT
77.00 P.M.

WANTED : Bilingual secretary
with shorthand and experience,
also accountants. Servicio y Co Co-Iccaciones,
Iccaciones, Co-Iccaciones, Tel. 3-7021 Edificie
Camera de Comercio.

SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaninf of motor $5. waxin of
cars $6. Auto- Ba no, Trans-lstl
mian. Highway near Seers.
TELEVISION SERVICI
WE REPAIR IN
JfOV HOME, $3.50
You? get service the lame day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
TELEVISION SERVICE
6 MONTHS CUARANTEE
ASK FOR MR. TV
PANAMA 2-3142.
Anniversary Dance
Of Alfamira To Be
At Stranger's Club
The Strangers Club of Colon hal
been selected by Club AltamirJ
for its sixth anniversary dance of
Saturday, Sept. 20.
In addition to the dance, thl
club will publish a special art,
niversary issue of the Altamira
which will be edited by George G,
Thomas.
The publication will include
review of the activities of the clul
and pictures of the students whl
have have received scholar
ships through the club.
Willie Morrison and his "super'
orchestra will play for the dance
for which invitations are being is
sued on both sides of the Isthm,
us.
MEETING
Members of the club will rae
tomorrow monrning at 9.30 in th
Junior Chamber of Commerci
Hall, opposite the railroafl statioi
in Colon.
Items on th,e agenda will deal
with the-anniversary dance.
... jej ;
CHUCKLEHEAD
ASK BETTER DEAL
JACKSON Miss (TTPn
nmas county grand jury put uj
a cry yesterday for plushie
chairs and plushier payvlt d
manded that more erjRSortabli
seats be installed in the roon
where it meets, and that the sal
ary of grand jurors be boosted b
equal that of state legislators at
tending special sessions.
made their escape in Taylor's ca:
which was recovered by police 1!
blocks from the robbery scene.
Police set up roadblocks In tht
area.
7:00
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nfxt STOP BAKBFR SHOP Three U.S. sailors released by Cuban rebels after being held
Stive two .weeks happily compare their beards on their arrival at Guantanamo Left to
right AD2 William Christie of Scotsville, Kan.; BM2 Billy Fox ol Bioomfield, N.Y., and SKI
Robert Gibson of Chattahochee, Fla.
Cuban Rebels Release Rem aining American
Captives Because Of Situa tion In Lebanon

GUANTANAMO BAY Cuba,: the captives had been released; closed acts of hostility against
lulv 19 (UPl)-The Cuban rebelsin groups of four and five, and personnel of the Navy base here,
inexpcctedlv pleased their last1 sometimes less. The sources said three, rebels hed
?e p" hostaees an American sailor on sentry duty
esierda" '"V rebel command Sevn sailors and sven Marin-! for -three hours Wednesday night
i-aid the men were freed because es were airlifted out of the hills land stole his pistol before letting
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return of the 14 men in
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dav marked a sudden
switch in rebel tactics
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navai oase uy uemupiei 111 luur
groups, iney were tne iasi, ui a
total ot 47 Americans and tnree:
Canadians kidnaped by the re-in
bels to dramatize the fight against
the government of President Ful-
gencio Batista.
Meantine, informed sources dis
Nine US Soldiers
Held In Germany
Finally Released
FRANKFURT, July 19 (UPI)
The U.S. Army announced that
nine soldiers held captive in com.
munist East Germany since June
7 were released to the West to today.
day. today. The soldiers, eight officers and
an enlisted man. had strayed o.
ver the Iron Curtain in an army
helicopter during a thunderstorm
and were forced to land in East
Germany six weeks ago today.
. They were captured near the
town o' Karl Marx-Stadt. about 28
miles inside the Soviet-zone bord border.
er. border. The helicopter was on a flight
from Frankfurt to Grafenwohr,
the U.S. Army training range
near the Wagner festival city o"
Bayreuth.
All the men were members of
(he U.S. Army's third Armored
I Division stationed at Frankfurt.
CB Orants Asvlum
To Estonian Sailor
Who Escaoed Reds
LONDON (UPI) Britain
uw.iim eu iimay u nas granted r,n
iiucai asylum to an Estonian
seaman who slioned awav fmmi
a missian fishing fleet June 261
ann innflen on the Shetland Is-1
lanns in a small boat.
The ose-ie of Erich TYaVn. 32,
touched off an international incr.
ron' A narlv nf ahnn n cn,.i.i
seamen invaded fho idonH. in

pursuit of Teavn hut foiled to! told about a man who had dri en
fnd him because the islanders h;d'off and left his wife stranded.
h' Collins tok nirck look in the
The British Foreign Office pro 'back seat and Immediately re-1
tested the incident to Russia. 1 versed course.

TRAIN WITHOUT TRACKS Designed for the atom age, this scale model ( Inch 1 foot)
of a serpentine land monster Is put through its paces near the R. G. LeTourntau, Inc., plant
at Longview. Tex. The. 430-foot-long vehicle, Iwith all-wheel drive for Its 52 wheels, would be
suitable to be powered by cither atomic reactors or conventional types of engines. The com company,
pany, company, world's only builder of "rubber-tired trams." constructed the electrically powered model
to prove out the practicability of the machine. A Large toy dump truck to right gives some
idea of how big the jhiU-size4vejrJM would be.

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the town
of Los Canos, near
the base,
Vacation Offered
To Man Freed
Of Murder Charge
JEFFERRSON, Ga. (UPI) -James
Fulton Foster, his wife
and seven children were all flab,
bergasted today by an offer of a
week's free vacation in Florida
whenever Foster is officially freed
of a murder charge.
"I don't know who he is," Fos Foster,
ter, Foster, 40, declared. "Mr. Wood
(attorney James Wood) and some
of the deputies told me about it.
The man called Mr. Wood and
said he would take care of every,
thing."
Foster gets a retrial hearing in
Athens today at which time
he may be permitted to go free
under bond. Foster' said if that
happens the vacation trip prob probably
ably probably will start Monday.
Foster was twice convicted of
the murder of merchant Charles
Drake" in a robbery attempt two
years ago, but was exonerated by
the confession of Charles (Rocky)
Rbthschild, a South Carolina con convict,
vict, convict, July 4.
Back Seat Driver
Quieted Hard Way
DALLAS, Tex. UPK) Col.
Robert B. Collins is one man who
doesn't have a backseat driver
n fact, his wife is pretty silent
these days.
The Connally Air Force Base
i commander slipped up on his
I "rhnrr lict." tnHau hofnrA r.
turning to Waco, Tex., from a
n.iio. .hnnnino innr ,uith hi.
family.
He left
his wife in a service
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(Continued from race 1)
The government said it was is-

sumg tne new statement in con-
nection with the aggression Dy
the U.S.A. and Great Britain in
the Near and Middle East."
The key message said:
"Tb Soviet government de
darts that the Soviet Union will
not remain passive in the mat.
ter of this unprovoked aggres aggression
sion aggression in this area which adjoins
its frontiers and it will have to
take the necessary steps, dicat
ed by the interests of the Soviet
Union's security and the preser.
vation of world peace."
The statement demanded that
the U. S. Marines and paratroop paratroopers
ers paratroopers in Lebanon and the British
paratroopers in Jordan be re.
moved.
By way of reply, Britain com.
pleted its airlift of 2,000 para paratroopers
troopers paratroopers into Jordan and flew in
jet fighter planes to give them
caver.
And for the second straight day,
U. S. Navy jets showed their
muscle in the Middle East. War.
planes from the carriers Saratoga
and Essex of the powerful Sixth
Fleet buzzed over Lebanon, ae.
cording to the defense department
in Washington,
The show of force by the streak streaking
ing streaking jets was in contrast to tne
movement of a division of old.
fashioned Turkish cavalry to the
rugged Syrian border. European
divisions usually total about 10,-
000 men.
On the Beirut waterfront, a 900 900-man
man 900-man Marine unit was warned by
Lebanese police that pro Nasser
rebels were planning a bomb at.
tack against them. Extra sentries
were posted and machinegun posts
set up.
The United States and Britain
reacted fast after the shock of the
disclosure of the Nasser Khrush
chev planning talks. A U. S. note
to Cairo waned that any attacks
by UAR troops on U. S. forces in
Lebanon would have consequences
of "daneerous proportions."
More bombers, fighters and
transports loaded with paratroop
ers arrived at Adana from the U.
nited States yesterday to complete
the speedy buildup of a nuclear
"fire brigade" in the world's dan.
cer zone.
Mai. Gen. Henry Viccelio, In
command of operations, said the
force was prepared to fight with
either nuclear or conventional
weapons.
The striking force mushroomed
into a miniature city at the In
cirklik air base in Adana.
The men were forbidden to mix
with the local population, but
there was little danger of teri.
ous friction. The Turks seemed
pleased to have the American
forces at the base just. 500 miles
south of Soviet territory and
Khrushchev's summer headquar
ters at Yalta.
Iraq and the United Arab Re Republic
public Republic were only minutes away by
jet flight.
All through the night, American
planes continued to drone over
Turkey to Adana. Most of the
planes arriving yesterday were C.
119 Flying Boxcar and C-47 trans
ports. An estimated 2,000 U.S. &r.
my troops came from Germany,
some to stage for duty in revolt,
torn Beirut and others to remain
here in reserve.
Fitfy-one Hercules trooo carriers
drnnrrl in frnm tho IlnitoH Qtiioc
, ....
m join tne Duuaup rjescriDed ty
tne Air r orce as
"composite
: striking force."
It was an amazing
display of
tactical and logistical planning,
jCol. George Norman, commander
i of the 463rd Troop Carrier Wing
said he had never seen a "bigger,
faster" operation.

The men fanned out on arrival
and set up tent cities wherever
there was space among,, the ris-

ing piles of equipment.
GI's scampered forcnoice pup
tent sites under the sheltering
wings of huge transports.
There was little horseplay.
These men were professionals.
They did not know full details of
their mission or where they
would go next, but it was all in
a day's work for them.
Said Sp3 Robert A. Siewinski,
South Bend, Ind.; We knew some.
thine was coming up and we are
just as glad to be moving with it."
"It's part of our job," said rtc.
Curtis Martin of 45 Steinmetz
Rd., Euphrata, Pa.
Martin was sitting on the hood
of a ieeo loaded with ammunition
and gear. Asked whether the men
were ready for action, he patted
the hood of the jeep for reply.
Cpl. Harry E. Hunsicket ot
Route 5, Box 474 Lumberton, N.C.,
said the men were anxious to get
moving.
"We were all looking for some
thing to happen and here it is,"
he said.
In Washington, British and A.
merican diplomatic and milita.
ry chiefs mapped joint strategy
for preventing the spread of anti-Western
revolts in the powder
keg Middle East.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and British Foreign Secre.
tary Selwyn Lloyd, flanked by mil
itary experts, conferred at length
at tne Mate Department for the
second day in a row.
Dulles invited Lloyd and Sidney
Smith, the Canadian minister 'or
external affairs, to continue th
discussions with him at dinner.
It was understood the Anglo.
American leaders concentrated
their attention on Lebanon and
Jordan, where U.S. and British
troops have been stationed to
prevent the existing pro Western
governments from succumbing to
coups by pro-Soviet Arab nation,
a lists.
They also discussed future U.S.
British policy toward nearby Iraq,
the oil-rich Middle East nation
whose pro-Western government
was toppled in a bloody revolt
earlier this week.
Oil from Iraq is the life blood
of industry in Britain, France,
and Italy. The United States has
charged that the Iraqi revolt was
encouraged by Nasser.
Dulles went to his second round
of conferences with Lloyd directly
from a cabinet meeting presided
over Dy resident Eisenhower.
Gen. Nathan F. Twinine. the
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff and the man mainly respon.
sible for U.S. troop movements in
the troubled area, also attended
the 90-minute cabinet meeting.
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc Mc-Elroy
Elroy Mc-Elroy and his top military aides
also participated in the subsequent
meeting with Lloyd.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty denied a pub
lished report the United States
and Britain have agreed not to
interfere with the revolutionary
junta now ruling Iraq so long as
it does not interrupt the Wow of
oil to the West.
But informed sources said there
was little eagerness on the part
of the two Western powers to en
courage King Hussein of Jordan
to wage a military campaign a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Iraq, which was his part
ner be 'ore the revolt.
The United States and Britain
were said to feel that any milita.
ry move against Iraq would have
little chance of success unless
there was some popular support
for the old government. Latest re reports
ports reports from Baghdad indicated lit
tie opposition to the ruling junta
The newspaper Al Akhbar re
ported in Cairo yesterday that a
resist order issued by Iraqi
Crown Prince Abdul lllah when when-rebels
rebels when-rebels surrounded the royal pal
ace in Baghdad resulted in the
deaths of both the prince and
King Faisal.
The newspaper's Baghdad cor,
respondent reported the rebel
troops at the palace Monday morn morning
ing morning had orders to "arrest the king
without firing a single shot."
They ringed the palace shortly
after midnight and ordered the
palace guard to surrender "in the
name of the nation," the dispatch
said.
The guard commander ran to
awaken the King and Abdul lllah.
the report said, and the crown
prince screamed: "Fire on them:
Kill them:"
The newspaper said the guard
began firing machineguns and
small artillery and the rebel tanks
after a long and bloody duel si.
lenced the palace guns. The bodies
of the king and crown prince were
found in the palace ruins, it said.
In Damascus, the newly ap appointed
pointed appointed permanent U.N. delegate
of the rebel Iraqi regime. Hash,
em Jalad, said that "the only
ones killed" in the coup were
Felsal, Abdul lllah, Arab union
Premier Nurl Es Said, and
Said's son, Saabh.
Jalad said the other lop men
of the Arab Union administration
were in prison awaiting trial "for
their crimes against the Iraqi peo
pie."
The Cairo paper's Baghdad dis dispatch
patch dispatch said that after the fight at
the palace the rebels seized Bagh.
dad radio and announced the coup.
Thousands in the capital poured
into the streets, and rushed toward
the palace.

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HEADED NORTH Passing through Panama en route from Buenos Aires to Alaska, motor motorists
ists motorists Tonl S. Halik and his wife Jeannette pause to talk over highway conditions with emi emi-neer
neer emi-neer Tomas Guardia. The Haliks, now on their way toward Costa Rica, have driven over
8000 miles through Argentina, Chile, Tierra del Fuego, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia
They remarked that South American sections of the Pan American Highway ranse from
good to miserable, but they found the "Darien Gap" (between Colombia and Panama) the
only completely Impassable sector. Halik, originally from Poland, began his Round-the-Amer-icas
trip after living many years in the jungles of Brazil. His wife, from France, says thev
plan to write a book about their intercontinental jaunt

New Superintendent
For Gorgas Hospital
Arrives Here Today
Col. Thomas G. Faison, new
superintendent of Gorgas Hospital
Was scheduled to arrive on the
Isthmus this morning from New
York aboard the USNS Goethals
accompanied by his wife and two
children.
Also arriving on the Goethals
is Lt. Col. Carl M. Lineback, new
chief on the ear, nose, and throat
service at Gorgas Hospital, toget together
her together with his wife and three child children.
ren. children. Faison, who Is succeeding Col.
Norman H. Wiley, comes to the
Canal Zone from Fort Jackson,
SC. where he was post surgeon
and hospital commander for the
past year.
A native of Winton. N.C. Fiason
is a graduate of North Carolina
State College and the Medical Col College
lege College of Virginia. He received his
Master's degree in Public Halth
at Johns Hopkins Univerlsty and
has had manv years' experience
in Public Health work.
Lineback is a native of Atlanta,
Ga. He is, a graduate of Emory
University and a diplomate of the'
American Board of otorhtnolaryng
onology. He has been in the Army
Medical Service since 1942 and
comes to the Canal Zone from
Fort Chaffee,
Lineback succeeds Lt. Col. R.
L. Spann who left the Isthmus May
17 for his new post at Brooke Ar Army
my Army Medical Center in San Anto Antonio,
nio, Antonio, Tex.
18 Teaching Jobs
Amonq 46 Open
With Panama Canal
Forty six positions, including
18 with the Division of Schools
and six with the Health Bureau
are now available with the Can?.l
organization, according to ,the
transfer-vacancy bulletin issued
this week by the Personnel Bureau.
Teachers' positions now available
oh both sides of the Isthums in.
elude six openings for elementary
school teachers six for junior high
school teachers, and six for senior
high school teacher. Six hospital
attendants are needed by the
Health Bureau on the Pacific trie.
Other types of employment lis
ed are automotive machinist, civil
engineer, clerk, clerk-stenographer,
conductor, construction ins
pector, engineering aid, file clerk.
general engmeer, housing manage
ment aid, mdi'Mil tchnician, Lick
operator, plumber, typewriter re.
pairman. sanitation inspector,
staff nurse, storeman, telephone
operator and wireman.
US Embassy Holds
Checks. Letters
For RP Residents
The consular section of the U.S.
Fmhuccv ha. flllitn a nnmhov ,S
important documents in its pos.
sesions, belonging to residents in
Panama it was announced today.
These documents include United
States Treasury checks or letters,
and are addressed to the follow following
ing following persons:
McCarthy de Applewhaite;
James W. Cassup; Gabriel Cisne.
ros; Cleveland A. Clarke; Bootes
DeNoia; Hubert Henderson; Octa Octa-vio
vio Octa-vio A. Herrera; Arnoldo Higuero;
Melvis W. Hood; Emile Hore;
Prince E. Jones; William B. Lee;
Pablo Lopez; Mercedes F. Miran.
da; Arcia E. Morris; Samuel O'.
Cairo, Dagama Grimaldo Pasam Pasam-inte;
inte; Pasam-inte; Eila M. Pearson; Arnold E.
Peferd or Petard; Alexander Pet Peters;
ers; Peters; Ryan B. Salley; Cecilia I. SI.
son; Wllmott A. Smith; Ernest
Stepehns; Julius Sutton and Winst Winston
on Winston Thorns'-

Senators Demand Crackdown
On Gangs Controlling Unions

WASHINGTON (UPI)- Senate
rackets investigators demanded
strong federal action today to
crack down on what they called
a "massive national conspiracy"
by gangsters to take over labor,
management relations.
They urged Congress, among
other things, to arm the FBI with
more power, establish a national
crime commission and authorize
federal action where interstate
commerce has fallen into under
world hands.
The proposals capped two
weeks of committee hearings on
alleged underworld infiltration of
Chicago restaurant union and em employer
ployer employer groups. The testimony was
sprinkled with charges of threats,
violence and connivance and re refusals
fusals refusals by gangland figures to tes testify.
tify. testify. Chsirman John L. McClellan
(D.Ark.) said "the sordid situa.
tion revealed in Chicago cries out
lor remedial action which is be
yond the power of this commit.
tee." He was joined in this view
Dy hens. Karl E. Mundt (R-S.D.)
and Carl T. Curtis (R-Neb.).
The two ReDublicans nrntpstnft
however, when McClellan put into
me record a statf document con
tending that 27 Chicago restau
ranis were saving" a total of
U5S,500 a year by paying less
tnan union wages.
McClellan, backed by Sen
Representative
To Report At CLU
Meeting TnmnrrAiw
a
Ray Hesch. legislative rpnrps
entative of the Canal Zone Central
Labor Union and Metal Trades
Council, is returning to the Canal
one tomorrow for this
regular meeting of the Union at
the Margarita Service Center at
8:30 a.m.
He will report to the council the
results of this year's legislative
program with special e-nphasis
on the recent enactment of S 1850
the so-called single wage bill, with
is associated executive order.
He will also report on the re
cent enacted salary increase bills
and their relationship to S. 1850.
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Frank Church (D.Idaho), said thi
report was more damaging to thi
unions involved than to the res
taurant operators. But Mundt anj
Curtis maintained it was i

"smear" of restauranteurs wht
refused to pay "tribute" to gand
ster-controlled unions.
The final witness from Chicagl
was Joseph Aiuppa. a reoutet
racketeer who invoked the Fife
Amendment 33 times to avoid an
swering questions on grounds 0
possible self.incrimination.
McClellan ordered contempt 0
Congress charges prepare
against Aiuppa, who was d
scribed is Instrumental in gettin,
a charter for' Restaurant Unio
Local 450. He also was identifie
as a former underworld munition
procurer who supplied macbjps
guns for the Dillinger and KaHJ
mobs.
McClellan said the hearings pro
duced "definite Information tha
convinces us that there itffjj rn
tective society or organizatioi
made up of certain gangsters an
hoodlums in Chicago to whon
restaurant owners must pay
certain tribute regularly."
Negro Minister
Placed In Asylum
Returns To Georgk
GULFP0RT, Miss. (UPI) N
gro minister Clennon King, wh
ended up in a mental institutioi
when he tried to enroll at thi
University of Mississfpi, says hi
intends to return to Georgia, hi
Tne 38 -. old. preach
i announced
announced today he had carl
celled Plans to return to Orfnrit
Miss., In an effort to have charge)
against him dismissed. He was ti
have arrived in Oxford today, ae
cording to his earlier statement
Gov. J. P. Coeman warnel
King Wednesday that if he wen
back to Oxford, where the whitt
university Is located,, he would hi
arrested and prosecuted;
King said a moving van wouH
be at his home here today, ani
that he planned to preach hil
arewell sermon this Sunday at
the St. Andrew Methodist Church
where he has served as pastor,
"If Gov. Coleman does not arres'
me beforehand. I shall be out o)
the state shortly," he said.
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