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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT lHf. DAILY NEWSPAPER
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'Let the people know the truth and the country is ajen Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1958
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BRANIFF

Master Housing Plan Aims To Wipe Out
Sub standard Housing On Pacific Side
A matter housing plan which calls for the replacement of all sub-standard
US-rat housing on the Pacific Side within eight years has come off the Canal
Company's drawing boards, the current i ssue of the Panama Canal Review reveals.
A new housing site is planned in La Boca, while other housing sites will be
in Ancon and Balboa.
Sub-standard housing, such as the 12 -family quarters, in Balboas Williamson
Place, will be' torn down.
The master plan does not take in th e Atlantic Side, where the Canal s recent
acquisition of housing at Coco Sola and France Field takes care of housing needs,
wiuHin the replacement of all 12-apartment buildings for families.

Declaring toat the .new .plan
will completely revamp present
congested areas and mark a ma major
jor major rejuvenation or the Canal
none, the Review notes that the
plan provides for no new commu communities
nities communities in the sense that a commu community
nity community means stores, post ollices
and so fort. . ....
The plan is to be submitted to
Congress, having been epproved
last month by the Canal's board
of directors at their quarterly
meeting in Washington.
It was prepared by the Canal s
executive planning staff, in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the Engineering
and Community Service Divisions.
A nnnrHinS tn the Review, a

ly quarters are considered inade inadequate
quate inadequate for families but suitable for
bachelor use.
More than 100 families are liv living
ing living in the 12-family houses built
during the late 1930's and early
I940's to house the flood of con construction
struction construction workers of the Third
Locks and other emergency proj projects
ects projects of the pre-war and early
war-year periods.
The 12-family quarters are con considered
sidered considered inadequate as living quar quarters
ters quarters for either families or bache bachelors
lors bachelors and all will be torn down.
Under the matter plan, to total
tal total of 249 family houses and AT)
bachelor units will bo built fi

ver tht next eight-year period.

i i
Marines Out, Cubans

five cum
mm
In

few replacement quarters will be j Ninety-three of the family quar

.AiiteH in iipn lacauons itn wm ww ow..

the Gamboa penitentiary area and

i u -..sr .. I -P

AMMWf imr TO

the Palo Seco Leprosarium 101
housing toe employe personnel re required
quired required to reside at these areas.
In drawing up the -master
plan, the Canal's planning ex ex-porta
porta ex-porta have kept in mind that
noisy, dark, crowded housing 1$
one of the most frequent caus causes
es causes of employe discontent.
While the exact type or houses
to be built under the master plan
has not been decided,, exacting
standards, have been laid down
for" the new construction:
All of the quarters will be of of-masenry
masenry of-masenry of other permanent type

construction.
Ifeaf ef mbl

--be In- i

imiis in each

In nwUiple family houses, the
families will live side by side.
Some apartments will be air con conditioned.
ditioned. conditioned.
About 45 per cent of the fam

ily quarters will be two-bedroom
units; 35 per nt will have
three bedrooms; and 10 per
cent will have fpur bedrefms.
The new, quarters, will be' spac spaced
ed spaced at least 60 feet "end to end"
and 75 feet "back to back" to
prevent the normal noise from
one family disturbing another.
All of the new quarters will
have garages, some facilities for
servants, garbage disposal units,
and other "amenities common it
modern homes and tropical living
the master olan sta'es.
All the family housing will
bo located handily to neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood play areas.
At present, there are still in
nse in Canal communities about
77 old frame quarter which
date back to about These
are off-the-ground cottages and
are generally in poor condition.
Another 150 or so families are-

Although not a part of the mas master
ter master plan, 18 units are planned for
La Boca this year. They will re replace
place replace an equal number, l&cated
m Balboa, which will be torn
down to allow space for the ap approaches
proaches approaches to the high-level bridge

across the Canal at Ba'boa.
All of the housing in La Boca j

should be completed by tne end
of the fiscal year 1961.
Construction of the new hous housing
ing housing in La Boca will enable a
start to bo mode in clearing
families from soleto housing
in other Pacific side sec t'-oftf.
By 1961, all families should be

out Of the 12-apartment quarters

Ancon and Jmf

t

ht. The

then be assigned

to unmarried employes.
The program will be "strung
out" for some time because of the
necessity of vacating and demol demolishes
ishes demolishes present building so that

the sites can be used for new
! quarters.
In fiscal year 1962. all of the ob
j solele housing in Ancon should
i be razed and construction begun

Ion 40 family units and a 30-aprt-
ment bachelor quarters
i At the same time, 18 old hous houses
es houses will be torn oown on Plank
(Street and Amador Road in Bal

boa; six of the 12 apartment
buildings on Gavilan Road and
three 12-apartment buildings in
Williamson Place are also slated
for demolition, during the same
."iscal year.
During fiscal year 1963, ac according
cording according to the master plan,
construction of the big bachelor
aoartment building in Ancon

should bo completed.
Construction should then start in
Balboa lor 27 family units oni
Plank Street, Amador Road, Pear- (
son Street and Gavilan Road. j

12-aoarlment buildings in William

son Place will be demolished.
Thirty two apartments in four four-family
family four-family quarters in Balboa and
Ancon will be transferred to ba bachelors.
chelors. bachelors. One single-family house of du duplex
plex duplex will occupy the site of each
rpesent 12- amily.
During the following year, 27
family units will be built in Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson Place and on Morgan
Avenue in Balboa. Three more of
the Williamson Place 12 family
houses will be torn down and 36
apartments in four-family houses
transferred to bachelors.
Construction winds up during
fiscal year 1965 with six familv
apartments in Williamson Place.
As things settle down to nor normal,
mal, normal, the last of the obsolete
housing will bo demolished;
those sites will be used for play playground
ground playground areas.
Design details for the quarters
are now being worked out.
At the nresent time, the 30 a-

partment building slated for An Ancon
con Ancon would have five stories, with
garage space on the grould lev level
el level and six apartments to each
floor, but specific .plans for It will
have;, to be developed.

Colon Students Protest Auction
Of New Cristobal Housing Lots
students of the Abel Bravo hifh school in Colon yesterday voiced their lack of confi confidence
dence confidence in the Panama Urban and Housing; Institute and stared a demonstration which pre

vented a public auction of former Panama Ra ilroad laul from t a kins place.
The land at New Cristobal, which has bee n parceled into lots had been returned to the
Panama government under the terms of the 1955 Panama-U.S. treaty.
The students surrounded the municipal co uncil building where the auction was to be
held and nrevented prospective bidders and t overnment officials who were on the outside
from enterinr the buildinr.
After failing to convince a delegation of students that the proposed sate of the lots
was in the best interests of the city of Colon, Housing Institute director Carlos de la Guardia
and other officials decided to go ahead wi th the auction with the few prospective bid bidders
ders bidders who had entered before the building w as cordoned off by the students.

ies

CAPT. GADDIS WALL

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate yesterday gave final con congressional
gressional congressional approval to a ban on
interstate manufacture and ship shipment
ment shipment of switchblade knives the

most notorious weapon of juvenile
delinquents.
The Senate passed and sent to
the White House a bill to impose
penalties o" up to a $2,000 fine
and five years in prison for vio violations.
lations. violations. Chairman Warren Magnuson
CD Wash) of the Senate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Committee emphasized
that the legislation would "not af affect
fect affect sportsmen, mumblety-ped or

having a Boy Scout knife. He
said it was designed to keep con concealed
cealed concealed blade weapons used for
criminal purposes out of circula circulation.
tion. circulation. The bill would not bar posses possession
sion possession or manufacture of switch switchblades
blades switchblades within states which permit
their use. Twelve states already

The students waited until de la
Guardia formally announced that
the bidding would begin and call
ed on his secretary to read the spe specifications
cifications specifications and then started chant chanting
ing chanting "no auction." The din prevent prevented
ed prevented secretary Jose F. Cardona Mas

from reading the specifications

They immediately surrounded i plan.

1. Making the purchase of the

lots more convenient for middle
class people. (They argued that
the proposed auction would be con controlled
trolled controlled by persons with political
iniluence, and by Colon landlords.)
2. Construction of low-cost hous

ing lor sale on the easy-payment

the desk at
were seated,
officials and
ders.

which the of.icials

getting between the
the prospective bid-

Salboa District

To StflrJy In US
Capt. Gaddis Wall, Balboa Po Police
lice Police district commander has been
selected as one of 25 officers of
the American Police organization

to attend an advanced course hi

police administration and science
Stateside.
The course is at the Southern

Police Institute of the university
of Lousvllle, Ky., from Sept. 15
to Dec. 5. This will be the first
time that a Canal Zone Police of officer
ficer officer has attended a course there.
Wall leaves the Isthmus Aug.
07 a.nH mi ill visit in Atlanta. Ga.,

Some students mads an at attempt
tempt attempt to grab the plans on the
desk, but their leaders admo admonished
nished admonished thorn to touch nothing.
De la Guardia and the other )f )f-ficials
ficials )f-ficials abandoned the building
shortly afterwards, leaving the
students there amid cheers of "we
won."
Despite assurances by the Hous Housing
ing Housing Institute director that the mon money
ey money from the sale of the lots would
be used to rehabilitate more than
100 New Cristobal buildings which
will eventually be turned over to
Pimm. JvWfcefWWent,
the students voiced their suspi suspicions
cions suspicions that the money might be us used
ed used instead to solve the shanty
town problem of Panama City.
Suggestions made by the stu students
dents students included:

i i .,,! frame hen c tami v ouar ers

living in 1UU1 dunnjiicni vuu.-iw j -l i . .. rt
buildings, each unit having one Morgan Avenue will be torn down I have enacted legislation banning

or two bedrooms. The iour fami- that year

and another six of the the weapons.

Danny Kaye Gets
Pat For Acting,
Slap For Smoking

No policemen were in the area

of the City Hall during the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration which started shortly
before 3 o'clock yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon and continued until after 8
p.m.
For the past two week several
Colon rasidonts including Assem Assemblyman
blyman Assemblyman Jose D. Baian, have
been voicing opposition to the
proposed auction of the New
Cristobal lots.

However, yesterday Bazan join joined
ed joined with De la Guardia, business businessman
man businessman Alberto Motta and govern government
ment government officials in trying to convince
the students that since the auc auction
tion auction had not been officially post postponed
poned postponed it should go on as schedul schedules).
es). schedules). Despite the noisy nature of the
demonstration there were no dis disorders
orders disorders at the city hall. However,
it is reported that non students
took advantage of a parade of stu students
dents students along the city's main streets
last night to throw stones at the
residence of a Colon business
man.

Army To Guard
Guantanamo's
Water Supply

WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (UPI) Announcement that
Cuban government troops will resume guarding the water waterworks
works waterworks serving a U.S. naval base in Cuba paved the way
today for speedy withdrawal of American Marines from
the site.

Cuban ambassador Nicholas Arroyo last night an announced
nounced announced the decision to "continue to give. . unusual pro protection"
tection" protection" to the Guantanamo naval base's water supply
system with Cuban government troops.
The statement came shortly after Moscow radio at attempted
tempted attempted to make propaganda hay out of the Marines'
presence in Cuba.
The broadcast, monitored in London, said the as assignment
signment assignment of the U.S. Marines to guard the water supply
was one more example of how "U.S. imperialists have in interfered
terfered interfered with their armed forces in the internal affairs
of their southern neighbors."

LOS ANGELES (UPI) Come Comedian
dian Comedian Danny Kaye got a pat on the
hack and a legal swift kick yester yesterday
day yesterday in city hall at about the same

Wnro startine the 420-hour course I time

..,i,ini, win hrinp him into contact; The

with top police administrators an.i

Potter To Hold
Parleys At Pedro
Miguel, Coco Solo

The waterworks station is lo located
cated located five miles from the naval
base on Cuban -soil and until Mon Monday
day Monday had beeirvfAfraetf-'-J
soldiers: ( y
They were withdrawn, Arroyo
explained last night, "only for the
purpose- of having them relieved
by a new deatchment.
The U. S. Navy Department
here announced last Monday a
imell detachment of Marines
had taken ovor guard duty be be-.
. be-. i .WMU m lannar

oiuse tno v-uun j --was
was --was able to guarantee the wa-
torworkors' security.
The State Department said then
that the Marines moved in with
Cuban government permission.
And added the Marines would be
removed as soon as possible.

Health

science experts throughout the U

nited States.
Wall, who is a fingerprint,
handwriting and photography ex expert,
pert, expert, started his career in tht
Cristobal district. With the rank
o" captain he was transferred in
1955 to Balboa as senior detective
officer In December 1957, he was

commander.

In Aug-ust both Pedro Miguel
and Coco Solo will be hosts to
a community conference with
the Governor of the Canal Zone
for the first time.
Gov. W. E. Potter and Civv

will meet wl,n

residents of the various Canal
Zone communities on Aug. 19
and 26.

The Latin American confer-i master

with the city attorney cnarging ence win De nem on Tuesday. l""

Kaye with smoKing in a" u..u- i, n w.c .u minuci ., pnvp0nes into

thorized place at tne ineaier. T al !! 1 h and said. "They're

ut- ,iic .....

Christmas caras ami nave hj k"

hp. sometime. MlSM as wen uedi uic

entertainer came to the!

city council chambers to accept
a citation for his performance at

the Greek theater, which packed Council officers

the city owned showplace.
While citv councilmen were com

mending him. Fire Inspector Johnj
S T.ansine was filing a citation

Mails Eqrly
To Beat Rush,
Save Money
NORWICH, Conn. (UPI)-Post-

Walter Moran saia louay

an uninenunvu ma"

the Dost office mursaay

nicht. dumr-cd 200 envelopes

Th. f r. nsnpr or s cnarge may. ine u.o. conierence win

...,.ii in 3 rnmmanH appearance ; held on Tuesday, Aug. 26. at th;

nrnmoted to district

rtnnntf niR ansencc. j-

o

increase.

Single Wage Bill's Effect On Panama Canal Employes Explained By Review
- m . m n:;i ci., in 9 .m its members are: Doolan, for. Another of the four groups

What will the "single-wage" le legislation
gislation legislation passed last month by Con Confess
fess Confess and signed into law by Pres President
ident President Eisenhower, mean to the
average Company Government
employe?
What will the immediate and
long-range effects o" this legisla legislation
tion legislation be for the approximately 13,-

500 men and women wno mane u,
the Penrfma Canel force?
Answering its own queetions, the
current issue of the Panema Can Canal
al Canal Review under this legislation ci citizens
tizens citizens of Panama will compete on
an equal basis ith citiiens of
the United States for any position
in the Canal organization and .ttn
the Armed Services, except those
which ire classed as "security
jobs."
Under this legislation, the ba basic
sic basic rates olr pay for all employs
in the same job-level will bo
uniform, regardless of citizens
In keeping with the provisions
for thel95 5 Treaty commitments
between the United States and the
Republic of Panama, United States
citizens will continue to receive

the overseas bay differential and

certain other benefits, auch as
home-leave travel, and an allow allowance
ance allowance for the difference in income

tax rates between the United
States and Panama, the. Review
c'linues.
No no new In service will lose
money that I, hit salary will
not t reduced because of the
new legislation. The long-range
benefit for both the employes
new en the local rate end U.S.-
rate relit Will be considerable
when the two systems are inte integrated
grated integrated into a single-wage plan
before the end of Ocober.
Except for a change in th de designation
signation designation of his job, the average
United States citizen will see lit-

tie immediate effect. A verv fv
employes, whose jobs will now be
based on locality rate, will have
their pay frozen.
They will continue to receive
their present salaries until ihey
are promoted to some higher po
sition; these "grandfathered'' em
ployes, however, will receive any
legislatively granted pay increas

es.

The average non U. S. citizen
employe will get a new classifica
tion grade, probably a new jcih
title, and in some few cases will
receive a salary increase the Re Review
view Review goes on.
When the consolidation into a
single wage plan is accomplished
and employes are "slotted" into
their new ratings, an employe
whose present pay rate is below
that of the minimum established
for the new grade, pay level, or
designation of his position will

have his rate increased to the

new minimum.
If his present pay rate falls be between
tween between two step rates on the new

schedule, his pay will be raised to

meet the higher of the two step

rates.
If his present position is paid

above the maximum established
on the new schedule, he will re retain
tain retain in the same position or a po
sition of equal or higher grade or
pay level.
While net a part ef the tingle tingle-wage
wage tingle-wage plan a fringe benefit which
will new ge to all full time em
ployes en the present local-rate
relit, approximately 9500 m
ployes, will be the Menketinq in into
to into the Civil Service Retirement
Act. With the exception that the
mandatory retirement age for
non-citiien employes will be 70
instead ef the it for United
States tltlions, the retirement

provisions will bo exactly tha
tame for all employes.
Extension of the retirement pro program
gram program to non citizen empl6yes will
oe effective in October; with the
lirst pay period of that month, de deductions
ductions deductions of 6 Mi percent will be
taken from each eligible employ
e's pay check as hrs contribution
:o the retirement fund.
This will be matched by a like
contribution from the Company Company-Government.
Government. Company-Government. Deduction of the retirement pay

will result in slightly less take take-home
home take-home pay for the workers c i.-ei
ed.
The contribution each employe
makes, however, is "his" money
-n that it can be refunded to him

if he leaves the service. within a
specified period, or it will later
return to him in the fbirm oi a
pension.
As in the case of other employ employes
es employes in the retirement program, the
money paid into the retirement
fund becomes part of his estate
on his death.
Of major importance to prac

tically all employes of the Can

al Zone Gowarnment and the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company is the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the Canal Zone
Merit System.
This system will' govern the
"election fer appointment, re reappointment,
appointment, reappointment, reinstatement, re reemployment,
employment, reemployment, and retention with
respect to positions1, employes
and individuals under considera consideration'
tion' consideration' for appointment to posi positions,"
tions," positions," regardless whether rhe
employes are citiiens of the U U-nitod
nitod U-nitod States or of the Republic
of Panama.
It will cover all positions except
the following: Officers of thl Coir.
Danv-Government and military per

sonnel detailed for detached duty
with the Company Government;
certain executive and policy de determining
termining determining positions; attorneys; ex experts
perts experts and consultants; employes
already with competitive status;
and employes of non-appropiatcd
fund activities.
The Canal Zone Merit System
will replace the present Civil Serv Service
ice Service system but will afford all pro-

t.rtinns of Civil Service to all em

ployes working in the Canal -one
for the United States Government
Under the new legislation, all
U S. citizen employes will have
transfer rights between the Canal
Zone Merit System and the Unit United
ed United States Civil Service System; in
the past this transfer right was re restricted
stricted restricted to those with Civil Serv Service
ice Service status.
The merit system and its appli

cation will be revieweo anu ctuu

cd periodically by
States Civil Service

the United

Commission.

The Canal Zone Merit System
will be administered by the now now-Canal
Canal now-Canal Zone Civilian Policy Co Coordinating
ordinating Coordinating Board, which was es established
tablished established last month. It is com composed
posed composed for a representative and
an alternate for each of the ma major
jor major U.S. Government agencies in
the Canal Zone.
Its chairmanship, at present

halH hv E A Doolan, will rotate

at six-month intervals between the
representatives of the Company
Government and of the Caribbean
Command.

3919 Stateside Applications For PC Jobs In Fiscal 58

Over IM more amplications for employment with the Panama Canal Company-Canal
Zone government wee received from the United States during the fiscal year which ended
last June 30 than for the previous fiscal year, according to the Panama Canal Personnel
Bureau. ttoMl year 1958, the Personnel Bureau received 3918 applications from the
United States, compared with 3087 for the previous year. The number has been increasing
steadily for the past few years and lias been especially marked during the past six months.
Personnel officials believe that the Increase In applications indicates the effect of the
recession In the United States, together with the tapering off of construction and similar
activities.
In caees where the applicants seek jobs which are non-existent In the company-government
organization radio announcing and jet piloting were two auch the applica applications
tions applications are returned te the sender with a note that no such positions are set up for the
Canal organisation. Other applications are acknowledged and filed for future reference.

the Company Government; Lt. Col.
W. A. Franks, Caribbean Com
mand; Col. W. J. Preston, USAR USAR-CARIB;
CARIB; USAR-CARIB; Edward Kieloch, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command and Cmdr.
R. A. Sexton, 15th flaval District.
Gordon M. Frick has been ap appointed
pointed appointed permanent executive sec secretary
retary secretary to the board. His office is
m the Personnel Building in An
con.
The board will establish a cen
tral employment office, which wiM
occupy the present Central Labor Labor-Office
Office Labor-Office in Ancon.
All employments for all Feder
al asencies in the Canal Zone wi1

be processed through this office, he based

except for recruitments in theU theU-nite
nite theU-nite d States.
Nor will the central employment
office be concerned with transfers
within an organization. Kach agen agency
cy agency will continue to handle its oyiTi
transfers and its own reduction
in force program; these will he
according to uniform procedure,
however.
Another Important function of
the new board will be the eiab
lishment of minimum standaids
for promotion. These will apply to
eeh local agency.
Four major categories have been
provided rt thp Integrated single single-salary
salary single-salary scale which will be esian esian-l'sbed
l'sbed esian-l'sbed under the new legislation,
the Review says.
The first of these is the non non-manual
manual non-manual category the "white col
lar" jobs.
This group will be composed of
those in clerical positions and
those with the present GS ratings
In hisrrouo also will be) profes professional,
sional, professional, sub professional, and lech
aical positions in the fields of me medicine,
dicine, medicine, engineering, accounting
etc.. and administrative and su

pervisory positions in this catego

ry.

Another of the four groups wi"

he the Service Employes. This will
include employes working in sales
and food service positions and
such related trades as butchers
and bakers, messengers, watch watchmen,
men, watchmen, hospital attendants, and per personnel
sonnel personnel in janitorial and other
"housekeeping" jobs.
Third of the four calegorirs is
the manual group, or the "bhie "bhie-co'lar"
co'lar" "bhie-co'lar" workers.
This group will include unskill unskilled,
ed, unskilled, semi skilled and skilled me mechanics
chanics mechanics and craftsmen, supervis supervisors,
ors, supervisors, and inspectors.

I n PC

Insurance Plan

Over 9,500 Panama Canal com-
pany-government employes, or al almost
most almost 75 per cent of the eligible
force on the Isthmus, are now en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the Group Health Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Plan, according to the cur current
rent current issue of the Panama Canal
Review.
The total was boosted by 650
when nieinbersuip in the insur insurance
ance insurance plan was reopened recently
to loose who had not signed uf
during the initial registrationovei
a year ago. The new -enrbllmenti
were maue between April 15 and
May 31.
Simultaneous with the announce
ment mat uie bulk oi the annua,
ny government lorce is now par

ucipating in me lust group hetl
insurance plan to be extended ti
Canal employes as a wnole, Rob
ert Van Wagner, president of thl
tjroup Heaun insurance board
disclosed that the lirst of the new
conversion policies lor retired em
ployes have now been issued. Ai

" "uu-uuiy, m retired

naa applied for this

employe!

coverage.

Only

employes who WPre rnir.

ereu in the company-governmenl
active group as of jau. l, 1958
are elegible for the new convert
sion poncy vvnen tney retire. Un Un-der
der Un-der tnis conversion policy, retired
employes and their aependenis
receive benefits ot up to $12 pei
day for hospital room and board,
with a limit of 90 days for any
one illness or accident. They are
also entitled to miscellaneoua hos hos-Pital
Pital hos-Pital expense and surgical expense
anywhere in the world for six

iMuiiuis. increaitpr

In miali., (',,.

.1 1 Munjuv ill.

The wage plan for this groun will 1 ",c u"eu oiaies, Canada, Alaska,

eenera Iv. nn the N n'v

Department pay level and wage

system with local modifications.

Last of the four grouos is the

special grouo. which will he com
nosed of emoloyes whose wages
have been tied, leaallv or nadi
tionallv, '0 similar positions in the
United States.
In this group will be teachcrt.
pilots, postal emoloves, hoHital
interns and residents, floating floating-tern
tern floating-tern employes, etc.
equipment personnel, power sys sys-The
The sys-The emploves in this group will
continue under their special for
nvdas without rhance.
Each major category will he di

vjried in'o grade levels, with steps
within Mfese grades.
The base ra'cs for the upper
grades or level, for which ade adequate
quate adequate numbers of employes or re required
quired required skills are not available lo locally,
cally, locally, will be based on rates for
similar employment in the United
States.
The base rates for the lower
grades or levels, ror which there
are available locally adequate ein
ployes and required skills, will he
determined on the basis for rales
for similar employment on the

H Isthmus.

Mexico, Hawaii, the Zone, the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama or tha w..t in.

dies.

For thi

s coverage a in?i.

tired employe will pay J50
year. A retired employe and one
dependent will pay $125 a year

w.iuc me laie ior a retired

pioye witn

era-

more than one rionanH.

ent will be $175 per. year.
News of the increased enroll enrollment
ment enrollment in the insurance plan and
of the extension of the group cov coverage
erage coverage to retired employes brought
commendations from Gov. Petlei
to the insurance board.

PC Health Chief
Back On Isthmus
Col. Charles o. Bruce, Canal
Zone health director, returned to
the isthmus yesterday afte
spending a week in Washington,
DC. on official business.
During his absence Dr. Erie
R. Osterberg, chief of the fitf
vision of preventive medicine
and quarantine, Acted at healtu
director. .

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LOUD AND ASSORTED NOISES

Sir:

The complaint by Sleepy" (Mail Box, July 29) is justified 1
liiirk 1 In. 1 ...s. our out councu wuceis ioukbu inlu me matter
uii'i- U.l. u.. .re ouwJuri'i.j working people are reuuireu 10 pay
1v.1t." 'oi a; -i.cJ- U- ;i:le .0 enjoy lueir Dolnos at least lour uas
out 'Si :.'ie munlli. lhese Streamagers are quite out ot control, and
c a.c I!',', parents. 1 believe a public couise in common courtesy
WCUa1j vic'n the subject 01 noise, what about these human
,er,,.-t. UJ. Uut-i shoppers, Who spend ihcir weekends whittling
away "ou'om dar. thing oi other, or pounding away on a car .ender
or -ho- fcir.ee there is a law against disturbances, and since these
cMra-Urs cisturi" an entire neighborhood, 1 believe the prowl cars
making U:i. round should have the authority to stop uch annoy annoyances
ances annoyances promptly. Me Jqo s,eepy

Labor News
And
Comment

CAMP EL VOLCAN

Sir:

thp 1
a dun

The parents of the Hoys from the Canal Zone and Panama who
art members ot Troop 3, Boy Scouts of America, in Balboa have
iitai p. to wiite Mmtuung about the July 5-18 Scout camp in Chi Chi-rioui,
rioui, Chi-rioui, u hi re it la ...
We iei the Scotit ahack for Tocumen airport at 6 a.m. with the
paruiti cooperates ir. transporting the rtuflels, camping gear and so
forth We loo to ibe air at 8 a.m. bound for David aboard a twin twin-MWw.od
MWw.od twin-MWw.od Copa plane, chartered for the Seoul troops participating in

mr !oie ISkeOU 1 l.aa Hie pifcasuie oi simmim ......
uer.. Georc i Schlaler, one of the key figures in the prepar prepar-wh'c'i
wh'c'i prepar-wh'c'i mails th El Volcan ia.no possible.

(.-,:. we wer in the air in nosiess micnuvr ...
the lull lev! o Scouts with milk, coffee, cupcakes and gum. The
Pilots allowed one Scout at a time into the cockpit to watch them at
W' 'Ve had a pleasant trip to David, from where Army trucks took
u en lha jolting 38-mile ovsr logging roads to Camp El oican,
wVre t arrived at 1 p.m. Lunch was waiting, and was eagerly
consumed bv the hungry Scouts. After !uch the camp director as as-,;.,'tant
,;.,'tant as-,;.,'tant rifcloi Explorer Scouts and others started the wheels turn-i,-,'e
by niiow ng ih Scouts where to find the infirmary, the latrines,
the various craf: butldines, the camp director's Baldwin Looge where
the administrative work is done, and so to our cab'n After a good
shower we all became better acquainted with our surroundings.
Our unit was so scheduled as to be flexible reeardine camp ac activities
tivities activities votes were taken, and everyone joined in the activity which
drew ihe most votes Among these activities in which everyone took
part were swimming, camp craft, wood craft, rope work sharpen sharpening
ing sharpening instruments such as axes, knives, hatchets and marhetes, and
indeed everything a good Scout need know to make a camp success-
fU' Troop 3 walked away with all the honors of the camp We look

a 13 mile hike into the mountains of Cerro t'linia, wrier mi nn nn-nande
nande nn-nande erarinuslv allowed us to camp overnight on his dairy farm
Mr. But? showed us around his interesting ranch, about halfway up
to Cerro Punta
Besides the abundance of guava and berries, yours truly saw
to i that Troon 3 Scouts adhered to a proper diet, with the result
that 1'iev had the lowest average sick call of the camp. Ft. Knhhe s
Set Teirv met us with our lrnch. and we found our gear waiting
for us on' our arrival at the Cerro Punta dairy, where we set up
cam1 at: 30 p.m. , ,
With large camp fire soon going it w?'not long before we had
a large po of beef stew with vegetables orfder wav. As a sort of
hunger snquilizer t passed out K rations. After a good meal the
fire was liar.keri. and so to bed. .,,..
'' n the morning ill hands rooked their own breakfast of bacon
and egg's ;rast .nd warm milk TaniD was then broken, and all sani sanitary
tary sanitary measures taken to erase any trace of ramping. We counted
noses rhecked ronditions, snd after arranging for one Scout to ride
back to 'amp because of a bad boot heel we were again on our way,
arr;ving t Camp F.l Volcan in good hiking time due to Scoutmaster
Fallon's eanning of the troon with an average of two hikes a month.
Then 'he furore of the F,l Bam climb hit camp. We could tell
from trie eiro Punta hike who could make the strenuous El Baru
trip. That night we had movies and an all troop songfest
Spendinp mnnrv had been turned in for scrip, and issued back
as the S'ouis needed it Tandy bars, bought, at the canteen, were
limited o two a dav Lea'herwork, head craft and other sucji items
which he'p make a camp interesting were also sold at the canteen.
All Smuts sttended :he religious services of their faith.
Medic fostello was always on hand.
Our iareo Council Fires were a thing to see, Thev were a time
of solemnity which would have made the parents of the scouts feel
wel!-eormnsa'-d f..r iiaving let their boys come along.
On 'he first "lin .ifter our arrival at El Volcan we had to renair
a lekv toof with ; rf ;,ir. snd rfter that we had to take down a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous tree All Troop 3 Scouts took part in this work, and extra
credits .ere added to the honor pole
Credit i due to de Scoutmasters, the camp director, the assistant
director, the Explorer Scouts, the US Army men out of Ft. Kdbbe,

am: au.t.in.is t nu lunwiuuieu in so iiiahj w.ja ... n.t ouoo
of Camp F.l Volcan.

Dan Marsicano,
Scoutmaster.

THE KIDS OF LOS RIOS
Sir:
While I cannot say that I agree with the commander of a
certain Naval Reservation as to what women wear, I have
discovered that somebody with authority must make- the laws
and rules foi people who live away from their hometown U.S.A.,
therefore do not have the guidance of their elders.
Los Rios started out to be such a nice place. But It is
rapidly acquiring the reputation of the so-called law of the
jungle section !n New York City.
The children play In the streets, hit stopped cars while riding
around corners at high speed on their bikes, throw stones at
passing cars and any other trick that a child can think of. And
where is Mama all this time? She Is at home enjoying peace
ancl qule:. while the few Mamas who try to supervise their
children are desperately trying to run a free uncontrolled play playground
ground playground 'ii aiv' around their homes.
I r rv fo the kids too but I know that children must be
r.rjJnec! to respect the rights of others. If not they are future
candidates foi the penitentiary.
Let nil look alter our own children and have a town we
can be proud of
Hopeful

Sir:
Why the pxpense (Cue Zonians have to pay for It you know. I
Of ant-ib,"! nl-i .rouMl when the existing playground is within
a few mini: :s of all dwellings In Los: Rlos? The circle
f.roun. tr.e '.? U only one and one hal' miles.
Cou'dn't ;he Civi.- Council suggest some indestructible
ber.thrs, and a pave J walk through the existing playground.
(There a r.teep bark on one ir.e and a deep ditch on the
Other I'-j-.tai' more awing?, merry go rounds, and request dog
owner to ;! k thc.i aog.- on then- quarters lawn so that the
existing pia.igrpuna wl!i he a fit and comfortable place for people
to tak oi tend then children''
Of comae any effort will be wasted unless we all agree to see
that the children go to the playground.
Also For The Kids

By VICTOR KIESKL
PARIS; Words of challenge

poureu mm An, .re Malraux and

ripped holes in France's tradition
as the bullets from his own carb carbines
ines carbines riddled Nails and Fascists in into
to into sieves in earlier wars.
Andre Malraux whose task it Is
to "link the French working peo people
ple people with their new government,"
sees France literally being rebuilt
under a n on profit Socialist con construction
struction construction program. He sees vast

new workers cities springing up,

built without private profit. There

will he no capitalism in this new

Socialist construction. These were

the words of Malraux, in whose

lever explosive mind rests the
1 world's greatest knowledge of an an-1
1 an-1 cient and modem cultures.
Malraux, the world's only tabi tabi-I
I tabi-I net minister in charge of imagi imagination,
nation, imagination, daring, and new concepts,

sees this as an effective challenge

to the Soviets' appeal to working

people and to the Kremlin s mar marauding
auding marauding internationalism.
He predicts that a strong France
loved and supported by its peo people,
ple, people, will drive the French Commu

nists to the wall.
In an hour-long conversation in
his office across from Gen. de
Gaulle's headquarters at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Matignon. Malraux's ideas
were apace with his chain smok smok-i
i smok-i ing. He barely finished one hen
! he was lighting up another, some-

I times, two Malraux, lar more

I the philosopher than the politician.
I asked that the American people
! wait a year before passing judge
! ment on the de Gaulle govern hent.

Then just look at the record, he
said, neither challenging nor im imploring.
ploring. imploring. He is a social scientist, certain
that from de Gaulle's social sur
gery would come a great new land
a powerful friend of America
"where practical men make prac practical
tical practical democracy work instead of
burying themselves in words."
"First we must go through the
kind of New Deal with which you
in the U.S. are familiar," Mai
raux began, "but with French dif-

I ferences. of course. Within six
months we will begin building a
vast modern new city for 1.000, 1.000,-000
000 1.000,-000 people just outsVe o Paris.
It cannot spring up at once. We
do not want to strangle Paris with
ia huge new bulk on the outskirts.
I First we will go into one depart depart-j
j depart-j ment (county) and house .",0D0

nere, men move a on ann uoiise
10,000 there and 20,000 a bit ?urth- j
er.
"There are too many slums and;

bistros in Paris and our big ci' es.
We must wipe them out. We have
the worst slums of all. Our gov government
ernment government will work with the unions

to rehouse n'- working people.
"And when have finished the
first homes for 50,000 in this new
city the first of many other such
modem cities to come, as our.
Minister of Construction will tell
you we will go on the radio and
tell the people that we are begin beginning
ning beginning to rebuild France, not in
empty theoretical words of the
past regimes, but in specific ac action
tion action and concrete accomplish
ments."
But wW if the Communists sa sabotage
botage sabotage ; new France, the visit visitor
or visitor askeo.
Malraux' voice became quiet
and precise. Once more they were
the words and tones of the hard
Resistance leader of underground
days gone by.
"We will push them to the wall.
I will go on the radio. 1 will tnll
the working people what we have
done and are trying to do. 1 will
expose the sabotage. I will tell the
Communists what the law is. If
they want to come inside the Isw,
fine. If they stay outside the i.'.w, I
they will have to take the conse i
quences."
If this is to be just the begin
ning, what sort of record will be
made in a year, I asked like a real
istic American.
"You want a specific example."
Malraux replied. "We1' there are
many adversaries of e govern government
ment government in the Sorbonne (Universi (University).
ty). (University). They want more classrooms )
more culture. But thp Univeisity
is jammed in by the wine stor storage
age storage center and the zoo.
However, the government will
give them more classrooms. We
will simply take over whatever
space we have and set up classes
right in those warehouses, and per perhaps
haps perhaps on the Zoo grounds. The gov.
ernment will do that until we buiM
a eren1 new Sorbonne some 30
miles from Paris. We will take
what we muM for th" leople' the
students, and a free land.
"You see. we are a nation -ith

hands cut off and arms full. But
we have much to do. Wish us luck,
you Americans," added the man
who gave world literature "Mn'3
Hope" and "Man's Fate."

To See What He Could See. .

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NEA Strvict, Int.

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

There's no business like the

business: Ww's exposure oi me
ou.y i arker'i'ierre De La Salle
marriage apparently put the ki-l
bosh on it. uscar Levant and his
wife, June are not making up for
leai uui merely .or ousmeas in
connection with her upcoming
'i v snow. .Was that Edaie Dowi
ing's daughter Maxine dining at
Great Neck Andre's with Peter
Forrestal, son of the late cabi cabinet
net cabinet minister?. .When the space

Richard Hyman first. . .Coolest
gal in town is exiatin (-..ci
noo.er Barbara Hall, who under
studies all the ice stars in "Song
of Norway" (on icej at Jones
beach. .Jacqueline Jouraan, ia ia-vorite
vorite ia-vorite thrush of the El Morocco
i.ounu labie set, oil to Canaoa
on tour. .Las Vegas comes and

goes but Wilour Clark goes on lor

ever at tne

Curt Jurgens; her ex.) Which re re-miiius
miiius re-miiius me mat aol nurok, the im impresario
presario impresario who Hoods "the country
wuh Russky artists, claims he
loves only two things: His wife
and money.

This is for the record: Next
time or any time anyone wants
to make an issue out of mv friend.

Desert Inn and new ship for Orientals, I'd like to re-

V"-"

DAIlYWACUIKir.TAai

merry-Go -Round

BMW MAt

A.

WASHINGTON The cigar cigarette
ette cigarette lobby recently bootlegged an
advance proof of a Harper's
Magazine article on cigarettes
and tried to bamboozle the congressman-author
into changing
it.
The article was written by
Minnesota's kindly Congressman
John Blatnik, who has been in investigating
vestigating investigating misleading ads and
means of protecting the public
from cigarettes.
His words had scarcely been
set in print when Philip Morris's
public relations director, John C.
Dowling, turned up with a proof
of his article. He announced to
Blatnik's office that the maga magazine
zine magazine had asked the cigarette
company's public relations firm
to proofread the article for ac accuracy
curacy accuracy and that they had found
some factual mistakes.
Bowling then flew to Washing -ton
to discuss the alleged errors,
and showed up in Blatnik's of office
fice office with a Philin Morris expert,
Dr. Lee S. Harrow.
They tried to persuade Blat Blatnik's
nik's Blatnik's assistant to have the con congressman
gressman congressman strike out passages in
the article that reflected on
Philip Morris products, particu particularly
larly particularly his description of Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament cigarette's "recessed filter"
as a "gimmick", and the charge
that the "white ash" in Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro cigarettes is achieved by a
special bleach.
While Bowling was pulling his
bluff, however. Blatnik's office
checked with John Fischer, edi editor
tor editor o Harper's. Fischer is a man
who withstood pressure from the
nublic utl'itles regarding an ar article
ticle article on Hells Canyon and lost
nower comoany a d v e r t i sing
thereby. He is not easily pres pres-sMred.
sMred. pres-sMred. Anerily he denied that he had
askf1 the tobacco Industry to
check the article for accuracy,
and he sugeested that Philip
Morris must have smuggled an
advance proof out of the maga magazine's
zine's magazine's Albany. N Y.. Print shop.
In the end, Bowline's bossp'
flnol6ized to Harper's, and
Blatnik's article went to press
uncensored.

ITALIAN VISITOR

o arausi ana nooray. .Janssen's mind them that my beloved Ann,
old and famous Hofbrau in the whosp ashes reiv i.nripr fh

fires of stormy Kilauea
in far off Hawaii, was o"

man lands on young Trujillo's Graybar discovered bv cafe socip- ternal

yacht, will be demand: "Take me ty since Tony Mele took over its crater

to your Uta.' j management. Same swell food and
! heavenly drait beer. .If you're
This I can do while asleep: Win-1 looking ior a movie star you'll
ning contests is old stu f to Virgi-! probably find him reaiatered with
nia Fox (ahe's Misi N.Y. in the 1 Erwin Schucht at AerWarwirk nr

Universe contest) who was : Hampshire House. .Sure-firp ree-

Miss Universe contest) who was

Miss 514 Troop Carrier ueen ipe for success: Promise anything more

ai iviiicnei Ainorue nase. . .oy oui give money!
the way, I wonder what became r

o. the guy who promoted Peress?
. .Mrs. Francisco Franco is es estate
tate estate shopping in Madeira, and
does that mean that Spain's strong
man is ready to call it a day?.
. .Hear about the Tekan who
bought a boy or his dog?. .1
can hardly wait for: Victor Las-i
ky's new book on Povl Banb-Jen-j
sen, the Danish diplomat who
was kicked out of the UN for re refusing
fusing refusing to give Dag the names of
the Hungarian witnesses to Rus Russia
sia Russia treachery. .Seems like every everyone
one everyone in N.Y. loves Ed Wynne (ex (except
cept (except one guy). Never saw such a
turn-out to cheer him at the quick

re-opening of the burned out Har

wyn. Most of his
too.

Jspancse descent, .er brother

Masao Koga, was a captain in
the famed 100th Battalion, U. S.
Army, prototype and pioneer of
thtv allC-Msei, 442nd "Go For
Broke-Combat Team, which had

casualties, and won

Around the world in eighty
worus (More or less): While Brit British
ish British Reds and socialists made a
big to do about Paul Robeson, an an-dther
dther an-dther and more distinguished Ne
gro baritone is a smash sensation
wherever he goes aborad. He's
William Warfield, but not being a
"martyr" you don't hear much
about him. .Soustelle, disliked
by American liberals because he's
de Gaulle's information chief, is
France's leading ionist. .Bardot
(and how did she get in again?)
is thriftily investing her loot in a
chain of chromeplated, U.S. type
n.r.iA.: a i

..a.ciciias. .ncauemv Awarfl win-: u c;i

competitors cl "cu DUllons soie eastern ap-

Ko.a.'Lc tins year iai me con concord
cord concord Hotel tomorrow) will hrino

him exactly 250 times what he RANGOOM

Tal, f o r m e r got when he used to play the Cat- President U

smii circuit.

mnrp

aecorations than any other outfit
in the entire history of the Ameri American
can American Army from its besinnin? Her

folks are my "oiks. Her people
my people. Her friends are mine.
. In spite of everything. I in-
tend to continue to help all good
people from the Pacific area, o
act as their fivmd, confidante, ad advisor
visor advisor and pal, to help them get
jobs, meet the right people, see
the great city and come to their
aid when pushed around, as little
Ann did when she was alive and
as she'd want me to do now.

Confessions

iNever give

unless he buys a diamond wrist

of a cautious cutie:

a guy the risht time

AMNESTY IN BURMA

This too: Sara

'Miss IsraeQl," and "My Fair La Lady's"
dy's" Lady's" British star. Edward Mnl.

hare, a minor-league UN at the I could go on and on (But we're
new Empress Chinesery near the alrnost at the bottom): Crooner

ui. xeyna (Mrs. Vito Pisa) Ga-uCK Koman, the new sensation

uneie, out oi me mrusning nneuo!"1 me nanon, dated Dolores Mor

temporarily after a Park Ave.

motor accident. Cut un. but not

Park

up. but

too seriously. Chez Vito defying
all gin mill rules on "chain store"
cabaret oneration. with nlghtlv sell sellouts
outs sellouts in 60th St. and Westchester.
. Definition o in-laws: Pier An
geli-Vic Damone trouble. .Short
short storv: Two winks. . High
jinks Much minks

Burma (UPI)
Win Maune vester-

day issued an amnesty to all in insurgents
surgents insurgents who renounce the Burm Burmese
ese Burmese rebellion and surrender their
arms and ammunition to the near nearest
est nearest army post. The declaration

also legalized political parties pre

gan, the dark-eyed thrush, at Cha viously banned for associating with
peau Rouge. :No thanks Karl insurgent elements.

Sir:

BEACH FOR PANAMA

"Looking Ahead'' (Mall Box, July 29) has the right ilea.
Pa.is.mft would be a real paradise for all. residents arid tourists
alike '.? nr had a real beach with facilities for lunching and
dressing ind a few beach umbrellas.
Santa Clara ts Just too far. Aren't there some closer beaches
where one vouldn't have to haul In tons and tons of sand? I've
been to Coronado Beach and there Isn't a more beautiful stretch
of vean beach any place I've seen, but no one has taken the
trouble in do anything about it. You can't even buy a coke or a
tioconu;
:t ould just take a little Yankee ingenuity, and a little cash
and .ome one would have a mighty nice business. The American
tourists coming lust as soon as that Pan American highway
It apened .nd that's big business
Romantic Tropical Beach Boy

REBEL ATTACK REPULSED
JAKARTA (UPI) Rebel forces
for the second time have attacked
Bukittinggi, the former revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary government capital of Suma Sumatra,
tra, Sumatra, but have been repulsed by
government troops, it was an announced
nounced announced yesterday. The assault oc

curreo luesoay.

The not so white way: The not
unexnected demise o the specta spectacular
cular spectacular Cafe de Paris at Bwav and
53rd St leaves me depressed, but
not despondent about the future
of the Main Stem which I think
is in for a rebirth of glory The
trouble with the Cafe de Paris
was inadequate financing and too
much haste. I believe Lou wal wallers
lers wallers would have been smarter if
he'd waited until Fall for his
great venture. The future of the
fabulous showman, often dubbed
the Modern ieg'eld, is in doubt
while he continues to recuoerale
in Florida, but Ziegfeld and Earl
Carroll both had their ups and
downs and each made many
comebacks. .Lou is already be being
ing being bespoken to head one of the
larger Las VesraS show nbres. I
know of at least one Miami Beach
luxury inn tht wants hiin. too
. One of the bigger hokking offic offices
es offices would like to set h'm no In
front of a touring girliejirlie re
vue, sort of tahloiH "foRie tn
Play theatres, production houses
and auditoriums. Show buslne.,
needs Lou more than he needs
show business. He's h st o' 'he
great gd show Producers. (St-rn
Pres l. M. Toe', Ton's- old
partner at the Latin mrier. ",
been vSitin him run n jriori
it- What's that mean?

vviison. I won't go partying with
Sinatra. I have a sensitive stom stomach.
ach. stomach. .Eleanor Holm rekindling
the flame with male model Vic
Cutrere at Westhampton's Bath

ann tennis. .In

saying that
speaks eight

starrer in "Circus of Love" only
because the King Bros, understand
two of them: English and monev.
(She plays hot love scenes with

U.A.R. -FRENCH SETTLEMENT
CAIRO (UPI) -France and the
United Arab Republic are ncaring
agreement on a settlement of in

ilmtown they're demnity and condensation claims

Eva Bartok who resulting from the Anglo French

lingoes, landed the invasion of Suez in 1956. in ormed

ources said yesterday. A new
French offer was described as
"close" to U.A.R. demands and
"presages an agreement soon."

Amintore Fanfanl, the five five-foot.
foot. five-foot. two-Inch new premier of
Italy, now visiting Dulles and
Elsenhower, is a man who be believes
lieves believes in aoplying Christianity to
politics without any affiliation

wHn the churrh.
It's understandable that

countrv which has suffered un under
der under both a monarchy and Musso -llnl
should now have the biegest
Communist Partf outsirlft Russia.
Fanfani is trylri both to head
off Communism and to keep the
country on an even keel by cru crusading
sading crusading for comrjulsorv f.-iucation
throueh the age of 18 for boys.
At present there's free education
for bovs uo to 14 only.
Russia has 10 year compulso-

rv education in mmy rjaris oi

the country, and Fanfani be
lieves that in order to lick Com

munlsm. Italy must expand its

public school system.
He has also CBmnaigned for

more public housing, equal wag wages
es wages for women and men, more
electric power, and plans a huge
Tennessee Valley Authority-type

power svstem for southern Ita-ly

Even Fanfani's foes crudsrinelv
admit that he's a breath of fresh

ak In Italian politics.

He also has some fresh ideas

for Eisenhower on solving Near

Eastern peace, such as a hu.e
public -works program to be fi

nanced by repaid-Marshall Plan
money. It could help ball the

Eisenhower administration out
of an embarrassing Near East

Impasse.
BUSINESS LOBBY
For approximately two years
the Senate Rackets committee
has been making headlines with
its exposes of labor abuses and
misuse of welfare funds.
Not getting the headlines to today,
day, today, however is the manner in
which bie business and big in insurance
surance insurance are trying to block two
Droposed laws to remedy these a a-buses.
buses. a-buses. Here is what's happening
in the lobbies of Congress:

Law No. 1 is the Kennedy -Ives I
bill to protect both labor and

employers from racketeers and
abuses. This bill has passed the
Senate, but the National Associa Association
tion Association of Manufacturers and the
U.S. Chamber qf Commerce, be believe
lieve believe it or not, are pulling wires
with congressmen to try to Mock
It in the House. Reason: employ employers
ers employers would have to disclose all
sums above $5000 spent on labor
relations. Employer lobbies want
labor to disclose amounts spent,
but not employers.
Law No. 2 is the Douglas bill,
worked out by Sen. Paul Douglas
of Illinois, requiring complete
publicity regarding welfare and
pension funds. The big insurance
companies are trying to block
this bill because it would require
them to make public All perti pertinent
nent pertinent facts regarding welfare
funds, including amounts paid to
labor leaders.
AFL-CIO leaders are vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously backing this bill. They want
complete publicity, but not the
insurance companies.
Astute Speaker 8am Rayburn
is keeping a watchful eye on
both these bills. He wants them
to get through the House as well
as the Senate this session. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Bill Ayres of Akron,
Ohio, Republican, tried to strike
out the provision requirlng .em .em-ployers
ployers .em-ployers to report on welfare
funds in the Douglas bill, but
failed.
If the bills come before the
full house It will be difficult for
any congressman to vote against
them,, but some pro -NAM con congressmen
gressmen congressmen are trying to do is pre prevent
vent prevent them from coming up foi
a vote.

Needed A Change Change-So
So Change-So He Took Leap
From Atop Bridge

SAGAMORE, Mass. (UPI) (UPI)-Richard
Richard (UPI)-Richard B. Bengtson, 52, stared
lor a moment at the swirling wa waters
ters waters 135 feet below the Sagamore
Bridge, then vaulted the guard
railing and plunged downward.
The heavy traffic on the bridge
jolted to a halt. A woman tourist
screamed, then fainted.
While some rushed to her aid,
several motorists put in an urgent
call to police who arrived within
minutes.
A Coast Guard crash boat sped
up the Cape Cod Canal, which is

Jspanned by the bridge, followed

tioseiy Dy a u. a. iorps of En Engineers
gineers Engineers craft. They began to drag
the waters. V
Several miijptes later, .Bengts .Bengts-soh
soh .Bengts-soh reappeared ott a catwalk to
which he haff '-jumped and looked
upward into a sea o." worried
faces.
Behgtsson, a bridge mainteru
ance worker, explained to his au audience
dience audience and the police that a beam
beneath the bridge was a nice

private piace to change into his
work clothes.

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In constructing the dikes in
the Netherlands, a core of
packed sand is first built. The
core is covered with clay. Soda
of grass with long roots are
planted on the clay. "Die side
of the dike that faces the water
is made stronger by wooden
pillars and by mattresses wo woven
ven woven of. willow twigs. Large
blocks of stone, carefully fitted
together, are placed at the foot
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Ings Into Candin land throi"h
Joe T-)rftot n VY hroVer
gitte Birdot ffets ifO marriage
oromsals weeklv. friil m'kes it
111 ). Suzanne Bolton, German
actress a"d n"ivet eritrv 'o'n

the glamor stakes, has them I
standing in line with garment mfr.

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EXPERIENCE The E-196X, a sleek mock-up unveiled in the Ford Motor ComT

pany's Styling Office m Dearborn, Mich., illustrates a possible evolution of the 1958 Edsel's
conversation piece its vertical grille. George W, Walker, right, vice president and director
oil styling, thinks the E-196X could well influence future auto design trends. At left is I. B.
Kaufman, Edsel executive stylist.

Bloodhounds, Planes
Tracking Escapees
From Haifa Prison
HAIFA, Israel, Aug. 1 (UPI)
Bloodhounds and spotter aircraft
joined today in a massive man manhunt
hunt manhunt for 64 prisoners still at large
after one of the most spectacular
jail breaks in history.
Thirteen prisoners and two
guards were killed in the two two-hour
hour two-hour gun-battle which accompa accompanied
nied accompanied the break from jail camp,
20 miles west of' Haifa; Another
10 prisoners and two guards were
wounded.
The escapees were desperate and
heavily armed. They had gren
guns, sub-machine guns and ri rifles
fles rifles seized from the prison ar armory.
mory. armory. The hunt extended to the bor borders
ders borders of Jordan which many of the
fleeing Arab prisoners were ex expected
pected expected to try to cross.
Divorcee Arrested
Fo Teel Murder
After Taking Dope
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 1 (UPI)
Police today cnar'geu a critical critically
ly critically ill divorcee with, .murder in the
alleged lWe trianglp, ,s)ayg Qf a
wealthy businessman.
JVIrs. Minnie B. (Connie) Nichol Nicholas,
as, Nicholas, 43, was hospitalized last night
after she apparently tried to com commit
mit commit suicide by swallowing drugs.
Authorities were-unable to ques question
tion question her.
Police said she left two inform informal
al informal wills and a note threatening sui suicide
cide suicide because of a shattered rom

ance with Forrest Teel, 54, execu executive
tive executive vice president of Eli Lilly and
Co., one of the nation's largest
pharmaceutical houses. (Teel ior

merly represented his company in

Colombia and Cuba.)

. A warrant for the divorcee's ar

rest was signed by police a.ter an
investigation. They said notes left
by Mrs. Nicholas and information
from friends Indicated she thought
she was being replaced in Teel's
life by a younger woman.
Mrs. Nicholas was found in her
car narked near a secluded creek
batik, A deputy sheriff who dis discovered
covered discovered Mrs. Nicholas said at first
he thought she was dead, but then
noticed tears on her face and real realized
ized realized "dead people don't cry."
Teel, a handsome businessman,
was found in his car early yester yesterday
day yesterday dying of gunshot wounds. Po Police
lice Police begged him to name his as assailant
sailant assailant for 15 minutes, but Teel
died without telling.

House Approves
Pensions For
US Ex-Presidents
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
house has voted overwhelmingly

to grant $25,000 a-year pensions to

former Presidents Harry a, iru-

man and Herbert C. Hoover and

all future ex-presidents. The Sen

ate is expected to concur.

Some Republicans were critical
of providing Truman with a pen pension;
sion; pension; some Democrats argued

that Eisenhower didn't need one

When the standing vote was
finally taken, however, the bill

passed by the wide margin of 165

to 45. Only two Democrats iteps.
E. L. Forrester (Ga) and W. J.

Brvan Dorn (SOwere observed

stand ne witn Wif opponents.

Before final passage, the House

stripped other special benefits

from a broader bill which the

Senate passed last year. The Sen
ate's legislation would grant ex

presidents free office space, cleri

cal neip ana tree mauing pnvi
leges.

Both House and Senate versions

also would provide $10,000-a year

pensions for widows ot ex-pres
idents.

the Truman administration.

ine uigesi said mat "one year

ago a serenely confident" Nkoui

told the Young ReDublican Nation

al Convention that "there are only

uiree sure-ure issues against an

administration in power." Those

were tne tnree he listed, the Di
gest said.

Nation's New Center

In South Dakota

Can't Be Reached

HEART OF THE NATION, S P.

South Dakotans were pleased and

proud today to learn tne new geo geographic
graphic geographic center of the United States
is in their own back yard, even
if ther aren't sure, how to get
to it

The new center of the nation is

located m rugged ranch country
near a butte called Two Top Peak,
about 11 miles west of Castle

Rock, S.D.

In the last census of the area.

Castle Rock had a population of

four persons. v

The VS. Coast and Geodetic

Survey computed the new center

in anticipation of the addition of

Alaska to tne' ; union, rne present

center is located near Lebanon,

Kan.

State and local officials were a

bit skeptical of making the site

a tourist attraction, once they lo located
cated located it on their maps. Finding

the soot on a map is difficult
enoi?ffh. let alone 'teaching the

twin-topped butte by conventional

transporta tion. .

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country is by way of wagon trails
over the prairie grassland.
Th land lo owned bv Dave

Kinghorn. a retired rancher wbo

lives at nearby (Belle Foarche.

TWO-WHEELING This young lady seems to be amused as
she examines the latest in roller skates. The new skates,
manufactured in Wiesbaden, Germany, feature two hard rub rubber
ber rubber balls in place of the conventional four wooden or steel
rollers. The manufacturer claims the skates are safer because
thy can't slip Sideways. They are also much ojuieler than
the standard skates.

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AUGUST IS
A GOOD MONTH

No matter what the weather
you need the spiritual lift that
comes only through worship in
God's House.

START EVERY WEEK WITH GOD

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)

Are you alarmed and worried over the action Oi your
children? What do thev think about your example? Why
not bring the family and build vour home upon the Word
of God? Bible studv for every age.
11:00 "THE I WILLS OF CHRIST"
Missionary Day Lord's Supper
Ch'st declared He would do many things Some refer
to -ie sinner and some to the Christian. Hear a message
Dr-! upon the words of our Lord.
6:.o JET CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
We need every voune person present every Sunday.
7:00 "THE HOLV SPIRIT AND PRAYER"
What relation does the Holy Spirit have in the prayer
life of the believer? We believe vou will enjov our early
evening hour.
NIIRSFRV MISSIONARY FRIENDLY

GOP Is Vulnerable
On Three Sure-Fire

Issues, Dems Say
WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
Democratic Party charged to today
day today that Republicans have become
vulnerable on what Vice President
Richard M. Nixon once called the
"only three sure fire issues"
which could hurt an administra administration
tion administration in power.
Quoting Nixon, the Democratic
Digest listed the GOP vulnerable
spots as "failure in foreign policy
leading to war; failures in domes domestic
tic domestic policy leading to depression;
failures in administration result resulting
ing resulting in corruption."
The official Democratic Party
organ said "Amidst these circum

stances a strange shyness had

overtaken the usually vocal and
available vice president."

The publication said that Nixon
"discreetly faded into the back background"
ground" background" during conferences on the
Middle East crisis, which the
magazine put in the realm of the
foreign policy "failures." It did
not mention war in this regard
but referred to the dispatch of
U.S. troops to Lebanon.
Domestically, the Digest cited
the recession as a Republican
weak point for the 1958 and 1960
elections.
It also said "The Adams Goid-

fine scandals were making big

ger and more damaging headlines
than anything the one-party press
had been able to blow up against

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DINNER AT ITALIAN EMBASSY
FOR VISITING BRITISH DIPLOMAT
The Ambassador of Italy to Panama and Mr. Mario Mi Mi-ioli
ioli Mi-ioli entertained at a dinner at the Embassy residence last

evening in honor of Mr. Thomas Ravens Dale, t.ivi.u.
ish Diplomat, who is visiting in Panama.

Odmi Houst
Cpcktail Party
Sgt and Mrs. T. J. Woodyard
entertained .orty of their friends
at a cocktail party lasi nigni in
their Quarters at Albrook
Phelan-Greene Wedding Takes
Place in Connecticut
Miss Carolyn Greene of Soniers, i
Connecticut, and Mr. Charles -
Phelan. son of Mr. and Mrs. i'l-j
don Plielan of Balboa were marri i
ed in S.imers on July 22.
Mrs. Pheliui, the daughter of
Mr. ana un. jonn uieeue o:
ers, is a gramme oi uie mgn
a graduate of the High
School in that town and attended
Uie L-Onneci;t UL L.unce iu. vvuiucu.
.he Connecticut College
at New London, Conn.

Mr. Phelan served three years Margarita Service Center.
with the U S. Navy and completed
his High School in Enterprise Ore- SUBVERS,VE TRACTS SEIZED
gnn. graduating in May of this va
j, r Since that time he i has beer i, ANRARA Turk (UPl)Turk (UPl)Turk-hiployed
hiployed (UPl)Turk-hiployed with the Un.on Par.ftc 'yesteray m ,fip.
ThTvoung couple is expected 1o,j of subvers.ve tracts being dis dis-arrive
arrive dis-arrive on the Isthmus on August ; tnbu ed .m some parts of Ankara.

Fraittt Children

Return to New Orleans j for overthrow of the government
Sharon, Gerry and Judy del by a revolution similar to the re re-Fraites
Fraites re-Fraites children of Mary Pricto cent one in Iraq.

Senate Committee Shelves
House State's Rights Bill
o
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Sen- Senate action on the bill be'ore
ate Judiciary Committee u.fiay! adjournment, now expected about
(helved a broad House approved I Aug. 16.
ttates' rights hill and voted 8-4 for Eastland also told newsmen the
milder legislative slap at recent agreement would not bar any in-

Supreme Court decisions. j
The committee approved a mca-j.

aure dv sen. siyics cringes dincnumcm m and let mem aectae ior u:em-"ul" ubsk, sne iota me TOsonaDout my emotions, espec'aJly
rf.H.) to uphold state anti-subver- 'the Bridges proposal. selves." j make it ahoui myself rather than around firt comn tn my horizon
give laws even if they cover the Committee Amends Bill j about my work. i But everything I enjoy must have
lame area as federal' statutes. The Bridges hill was amended BOSTON Harry Johnson, adopt- It nccessarilv follows that his! the qualities of vitality, crea'lve crea'lve-This
This crea'lve-This was similar to one section by the committee, he said, to keep ed uncle and interpreter tor Nils story becomes a family journal. -j ness and vigor.

Of a double-barreled bill which!
passed the. House July 17 by a
841-155 vote, i
The provision grew out of the
Supreme Court's reversal of the
Pennsylvania conviction of Steve
Nelson as a Communist leader.
The high court held that federal
laws took precedence over state
Jatutet in the matter.
.However, the Senate committee
idetracked a more far-reaching
SOUte provision. It would state
, at no federal act could be inter,
pteted as excluding state laws on
tne same subject unless the act
tid so specifically or there was
'A direct and positive conflict"
Which could not be reconciled.
'Before approving the Bridges
bill, the committee agreed to a
tipulation by Sen. John Carroll
fP-Colo.) that the group would not
offer the House bill as an arr.ird-
nient to its own measurp on thp!
Senate floor.
Chairman James O. Eastland
(D-Miss.) said he would try to get!

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which will hold its first se.ss.-on I
0n Wenesday. August 6, anu on
the three succssive Wenesdays. lias
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men's Club. Mrs. Thomas Felsi
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'rm' being retroactive. He
noted that the statute of limita
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where federal law was held to
have pre-empted state law ,ifter
the Nelson decision.
Aomoval of t watered down
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changes in the Senate. The Jus Justice
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u "I ""';Kers ann es as 10
whether the Senate would take .t I
up and whether President Eisen
hower would veto it if it reached
nls desk-
ihe bill as originally sponsored i
bv Chairman Howard W. Smith
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mittee was restricted to the dm
vision which was Dteeonholed bv
the Senate Committee. The anti
subversion section was added to
the bill on the House floor. 1

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tob;amng wjth leg trays on the
i,...; ,, hank nf th rustle
A j.
n,,t thn, Hirl thinlr that siAalintfl
the standard of the Duke of Edin- j
burgh who attended the party,
from the flagstaf on the keep
was going too far.
"The Duke of Norfolk is ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly angry," said a spokes spokesman.
man. spokesman. There was no comment from
the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen E
lizabeth's husband
The party w
,U- .J J
, T X u
Ball, given annually by the Duch
ess ot iNonotK ior Sussex cnan cnan-ties.
ties. cnan-ties. Tickets cost about $9 nd
the Duke provides the champagne
free.
"The ball was rathei hectic,"
said the castle spokesman.
Quote Unquote
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Gov Or Or-val
val Or-val Faubus, on integration:
"Regardless o the right or
wrong of segregation, you cannoi
make integration work by using
lorce. The only thing to do is to
muIn 0 ulc people the 'caste I
return lo the people the
Constitutional right of dccisionl
Olov Wlsell, 11-year-old Swedish
boy who has no kidneys and no
bone marrow:

"Millions have been praying ior; speok entirely through my family,
him. If he dies, it will be because1 I enjoy everything about family
his little body just had too muchjlife. I prefer more than anything
to bear." el?e, my home, mv wife, my
youngsters, family dinner parties
WASHINGTON Italian Pie-' with in-laws and relatives, and
mier Amintore Faniani, on the friends.
crisis in the Middle East: j While we also have the ioy of
"We can only great with ?tis- leisure hours together when I'm
faction this transition from the!-not busy at the studio, Veroniqup
days of tension to the days ol ne i has learned to become a part of

gotiations. I
WASHINGTON-Chairman John1
h McClellan (D-Ark.), of the Sen-
ate Rackets Committee, on thy in-
yestieation into racket infiltration
fin the linen and overall industries!
jn Detroit:
"The committee will be interest
ed in determining what, n any-,

what, if any-,tne

thing, Mr. James R. Hoffa (Team-:
sters president) did in the way ol
either curbing or condoning the
activities of these leamster o
cials."
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(Dorothy Kilgallen is on vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Her guest columnist today
is the famous motion picture
ltr, Gregory Pock.)
GREGORY PICK WRITES
Several months ago my wife
and I were looking through a boox
of names We were facing the
usual parental mental-block ot
just what to call our expected
baby. I came across "Cecilia" in
the list, anu said to Veronique:
"Cecilia is a word of beautifu
sounds. I'd like to call my child
that." Veronique, laughing, repli
ed: "But, Greg, why are you
looking at a name for a girl?
You're the father of boys, v-ith
four lively young men to prov e
my argumeni We'll probably
never have a girl."
So Cecilia wus born shortly
thereafter, proving, I suppose
that the tales are open to sufiges-
Hons after all.
Tt'c a umnrWfiil fft-linff tn hauA
a daughter. I'm becoming delight'
fully accustomed to her with thfi
passing of each day now that 1
have recovered f'om my initial
surprise at what God had wrought
Now I'm one up on Bing Crosby
I have four boys and- one girl.
Children are the part of your
life that's the most rewarding, 1
am close to mine. Verv close I
play baseball with my el st sons
yJ UNBCUdU Willi IIIV
help -and hear them in their
studies, discuss their problerh.-t
ana go places with them as their
equal rather tfcan as a father. Ver
onique and I are now watching
Anthony,, our baby boy, experienc
ing his first contact with water,
away from his bath.
Anthony has -found himself
suddenly in a very big bathtub,
our swimming pool, taking his
first swimming lessons. Antho Anthony's
ny's Anthony's "firsts" in his contact With
people end life about him arc
always an munq and heart heartwarming
warming heartwarming sight. He seems so
'-nuinely pleased about e very-
Thing
Hrt .... f... 11 u:;
.)"" sMin inMii n mis!
that I am "a family man?"
When Dornthv askpd me to
write this article to serve as a
vacation piece while she s awayl
a son ot Kcntn-Up With The

reexs. except wnen i m acting oriarts, for conversation. As for tha?

producina a motion picture, I
my working self, unobtrusively
lining nersen in to suit tne rigor
ous, and often cockeved, demand
made on me 11 1 Hollywood crafts
man. t
Having anee been a
woman," Veronique understands
the business Side of me'that

have to asturhe when dealing withiand swear

problems Of being an
tne problems-Of being an aclori

and product. She-has a deep and.pourings of a happy character

symoatnenc twerr-st in all that s
hapnening on the set or In story
conferences or in the burning of

Ship s Cab-Opener Saves Her
From Term As Galley Slave

ly JEANNI tISEM
i
NEW YORK-(UPl) -The can-

opener aboard tne stoop i.aiateajped grilled corn on the cob, but I
ought to have its own life-preser-1 most of their veeetables come

ver
It's that important to hostess hostess-cook
cook hostess-cook Mary Conover when she and
her husband, Jack, put out from
Larchmont Harbor, N. Y., every
weekend during the sailing sea season.
son. season. The Galata is a 28-foot boat
which sleeps four. And they al always
ways always have guests.
"I'm a great promotor of can canned
ned canned goods," Mrs. Conover said.
"They're easy to store and prepare.
I don't do any cooking at home in
advance."
It's hard to see how she could
find the time for advance prep
arations while holding a fulltlme!
executive job.
"I don't need to cook at home,"
she explained, "Because I have a
menu system. Before each trip, I
make a chart showing the com complete
plete complete menus, plus things to be tak taken
en taken from home and groceries to be
bought."
This kind of efficiency is essen
tial for young working couples like
the Conovers, who spend every
weekend and vacation aboard
their small boat. He is executive
director of the Corset and Bras -1
siere Association end she is
its

fashion director.
Not even bad weather keeps; M.1 i, J
them ashore, Mrs. Conover saidj'vW OmmaiiaGr

but in really rough seas. Galatea
stays at anchor In harbor. And on
any trip, she added, she doesn't
light up the two-burner portable
stove until, the anchor has been
dropped.
An Iowa -born landlubber until
three years age, Mrs. Conover
finds cooking in a tiny galley lest
of a problem than making sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches while the craft it underway.
"Imagine Irvine to make sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches while you're standing it
right angles in a boat that's heel heeling.
ing. heeling. You have to brace your feet
against the bulkhead on the op opposite
posite opposite side of the cabin," she taid.
Whether cooking aboard or
picnicking ashore, the Conovers
keep the meilt simple
Hamburgers or hot dogs it sea,

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

the midnight oil, and I burn lots a1.
midnight oil now that 1 have turn
ed producer of my own pictures.
I even manage to tee the fami family
ly family when I'm in ahe throes of sthoot sthoot-ing.
ing. sthoot-ing. On "The Big foiiihty," when
we were, on location, .'Vfron,ique
and the kids came along and we
took a house. During filming on
"Pork Chop Hilt," the story of
the U.S. fighting man in Korea,
we thot on the battlefield loca
tions mostly all night, Veronique
would -come out af the midnight
break for supper and sit and talk.
I have one stern ruling about
my amftyT hwtvr, I not
pi Fni it pujlieity inside r y
hoyto. H writers M M pho photographers.
tographers. photographers. My family is separ separate
ate separate from my Hollywood career,
and they have right to their
livot.

What else can I tell you on the) r - -subject
of Peek, out of grease West was engaged in the de-.Pw9t'-
W','J ,. llightul process of trapping nis
Well, when'I read Stout murde; ounonents Hp kpnt nnif .mtw

mysterie,- I am eon,Dietely in;
tuiie With Kfero -Wolfe, 'the deter
five's preocct6ation with his or-;
chis, brooking no intrruptioti :
whan he't communing with his

exotic pianiav double.
I, too, am a gardener, although West opened the queen of sondes
not an orchid man, and the 'Do; and sat back to enjoy the "hand.
Not Disturb" sign goes up when: He had overlooked one little
Squire Peck is out in his garden point. The hand was torture, not
olanting or puttering with the rose pleasure.
bushes and trees. I prune, chop.: Molly took the king of spades
dig, seed and. when no one's 'oo- and ran her five diamond trick j
ing, I examine my thumb to see West had to make four discards
if it' geen. It should be, ns I and he had no trouble with the
spend hours in my garden and first three which were two clubs
darned if it doesn't grow. iand a heart. The fourth discard
When my schedule" permits, i was the deuce of spades. He coud
enjoys my cattle ranqh near Santa not afford to throw a second
Barbara. I even help with the heart because Molly could run the
branding. entire heart suit if he left his king
Around the house, I am a ditel with only one guard,
tante "d6 it yourself" type, paint-, Now all Molly had to do was
ing walls and looking to see what's) to knock out the ace of cluos
clogging the sink. ,Vhen I have a: and let West take his three good
hammer in my hands, howevrr spades.
I make sure I have a full cab- West's double was very bad.
inet of first-aid remedies wiltojHe had too much strength and
reach. it was a cinch that his partner

my cnoice oi inenas are inos-;
...u J; ,l: i
who re nnins; 'mnss ann are ex-
cited by what they're doing. Pen
pie who don't '-now me well think;
aim reticent. Maybe I am. be
I'm reticent
cause I am also a disciplined per-
This goes for rnrlinB, for the
conversation V, it's unashamed
ly shop talk ." After ell, I'm an act
or, and I thmV I'm in the most
fascinating profession of them all.
What excite" Tf" nW? Com Coming
ing Coming across wonderful, rich nrose
in a book. I am tremendously ex exhilarated
hilarated exhilarated by good language.
Billet filla me with wonder and
excitement. I am bored with onera
esneci'llv whin stf"e is Tilled
with the bad acting that seems
at odd an lioTihlp variance to
the wonderful singing. Maria Cal
ias' voice I most like to -r. t
own all her recordings. Hillbilly
and rock "t' n'l music are!

careerfAmerican detestabjles, In my opin

ion, wnen i nav ifi utien to s.icn
i an assailing to my ears. I sauirm
. Yott'v n ii;t-";"" to the out
you've got this far. T v- got my
wife, my children, and I'm work
mg. What else is there in life?. I
and charcoal-broiled steak on
land are among their favorites.
Sometimes, there's also foilwrap-
from cans.

Frozen foods have been shun ) charm and persuasion and tact
ned by this sea-going cook overi will tell you that she has a "little"
since her early sailing days when job for you to do.
she sored some in a portable ice! ,.,
box, only to discover the packages Jt s wy a little" job when
awash in melting ice water just you are asked to do il il-before
before il-before meal time, j As Vu bnn8 your arguments
orward, they'll be mowed down
The galley che"s trick of usins by an expert. "You are the ideal
both parts of a dcuble boiler to; person for the job." "You always
hest food has beep adapted by have such clever ideas." "You get
Mrs. Conover for a drip coffee pot. along so well with peiople." "This
While water boils in the bottom job won't take much of your time."
for instant coffee, rolls or doueh- "It's terribly important. and

nu,s heat In the top section.
utner equipment she considers
essential memoes a small round
top-of -stove Oven, and a circtt-
lar wire holder with disposable!
ion pans that substitutes for
skillet.
Breakfast and lunch are apt lo
be served on paper plates, but at
dinner .,.out comes the china.
Real china? On a small boat?
"Yes," said Mrs. Conowr," and

we've had ho breakage in our igsin that you have been rooed
three years. 'W pack things in!'" tor the last time, and 'hut after
very neatly, nesting as many dish-! hl you are just going to be firm

es and cups as we cm or storing
'them upside down.'
To Take Over
764th AAA Bn
At the Fort Clayton Artillerv
Quadrangrla, Tuesday, Lt. col
Wendell P. Knowles will assume
command of the 764th AAA Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, aucceeding Lt. Col. M. F.
Mouch.
Mouchft, comman1ing officer
of the 764th since December of
last year, leavei the 764th for
his new assinnment as executive
officer of the Military Minions
Sei'tlon, Headquarters. USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB at Fort Amador.
Elements of the 764th AAA
Battalion will honor their com commander,
mander, commander, who formerly wet tttis tttis-tant
tant tttis-tant G-l, Headquarter!, U8AR-

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written fer NIA Service
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Pats Pat's
Opening lead 4 Q
South jumped to three, no-trump!
and then boomed out a-double,
Molly Roleson iof BlytheviUe. i
Ark., who sat South did not boom I
out her redouble, but she did re
wouia notq a manic hand. In ad-
I ,
anion, nis stutr was in the wrong
place. He had nothing in diamonds
back of the diamond hiH,w ,h
his king of hearts was nhvionclv
under the ace-queen
Q The bidding has been:
Bait South West North
1 1 Double 1
Wis' ? 2 Piss 3
Pass ?
You, South, held:
t2 VAQ8 7 6 t)K3 Q J10 8 4
What do you do?
A Ttst. Be satisfied with a
alee port tcore.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East South West
1 4 Pass 2 a Pass
2 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
a43 KJ 47 5 3 2 A K 9 7 6
What do you do?
Answer Monday
i
VJ ,1 'Vli.vl i V
;iMt I r liliei -a
1
v( O t O
It's a caregree summertime
when most organizations have sus suspended
pended suspended meeting until fall.
But don't be lulled into the
happy thought that you can keep
the promise you made to yourself
when last year's meeting came to
an end. Namely: "No more jobs
for me. No matter what committee!
they ask me to be chairman ot,
I'm going to say no."
It's easy to make such resolu-
tions, but hard to keep them. For
one day, come fall, the telephone
will rinB and a voice loaded with
everyone agrees you are the only
Person who can put it across."
ion u neage, you'll otler excuses,
you'll explain just why this year is
going to be such a busy year for
a'ou before your caller hangs
up, she II have your reluctant
agreement to take the job.
And you'll find out what vou
really knew all along that the
"little" job isn't so little after all.
And when it is finished, you'll vow
j about saying no.
How do I know thtt's what is
?oing to hpoen to vouH Becatue
I'm a sucker for that charming,
persuasive voice on the telephone,
myself.
CARIB. Dignlterles observing the
ceremonies will include Maf.
Gen. Charles L. Dasher. USAR USAR-CAltlB
CAltlB USAR-CAltlB commanding general.
Immediately followlne th cer ceremonial,
emonial, ceremonial, a reception will be held
at the Fort Clayton Officer!'
Club for Knowles and Moucha.
STEVENSON IN GORKI
MOSCOW fUPI) -Adlai E. Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson went sight-seeing yesfer
day in Gorki, according to the
Tass news agency. The ancient
city is the Soviet Union's sixth
Urgest, an industrial and railroad
center.

look Business

ACROSS
I Dictionary
flOEntllth riyer
61 Placet
DOWN
lClty in
California
2 Mouthward
3 Chills and
fever
4 Christmas
Webster
i Author of
"Essays of
Elia"
9 Penrod's
friend
12 Jason's thlp
13 French friend
14 Exist
15 Shoulder
armpit tee
17 Polynesian
palms
18 Feminine
appellation
19 Idetl states
21 Belgian river

evergreen 12 Relaxes
5 Household gotHtWth

8 Love affairs
THerb
I Broom
Shipy tabrie
10 Opu'ttic solo
H Disorder
16 Hurried
20 Former strong
man of
23Aloott'
Uttle
24 Winnow
27 Meat dish
29 Counsel
32 Mounttin
ridges
34 Amatory
36 Separate
37 Tenant
38 Biblical
garden
39 Smoke residue
41 Australian
ostrich
! 42 Crane's
Badge of
Courage"
44 Cut
46 Girls
49 Shakespearean
hero
S3 Past
64 Little by Uttle
Argentina

Pi! n I r i MM fTT
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LJ-i-r-f-i!f r
mrir-rirrr
LJ-! f 1 f ''" 1
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66 Evergreen tree
57 Medley
68 Gaelic
69 Pedal digit

Top Cantaloupe Salad With
Fresh Raspberry Dressing

BY GAINOR MADDUX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

Cantaloupe, wonderful eating
"as is" with a little salt, combines
with other fruits to make perfect
hot-weather salads and desserts.
Fresh Cantaloupe Fruit Said
(Yield: 4 servings)
Cut a large cantaloupe into
quarters. Scrape out seeds. Com Com-frne
frne Com-frne ii cup each, fresh blueber blueberries,
ries, blueberries, sliced fresh strawberries, tlic tlic-eu
eu tlic-eu odiidiias anu noneyorew union
balls. Place Vi cup of the mixlui'p
on each cantaloupe quarter. Gar Garnish
nish Garnish with a whole uncapped fresh
strawberry. Serve with Fresh
Raspberry French .dressing or with
your favorite fruit talad dessirrg.
Fresh Raspberry French Dressing
(Yield: 2-3 cup)
Combine Vi cup salad oil, 2 ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons fresh lemon juice, 1 ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons fresh raspberry juice, Vi
teaspoon salt, 1 16 teaspoon ground

Empire Waistline From Paris
Shows What Sack Concealed

By GAY PAULEY
PARIS (UPI) The men who
complained about what the sack
concealed won't complain about
what the empire revealed.
For; we may as well face the
facts. The high waisted silhouette
is, so far, the "look" which has
swept through U. S. and European
collections as if all designers
were one great mind running in
the same rut.
Yet the empire, as it's done
today in bulky wools and neavy
silks, is one to give even Marilyn
Monroe and Jayne Mans'ield
pause.
It calls not only for perfect, legs
(skirts are 19 and 20 inches from
the floor) and for a very slim
waistline, but also for a small
bosom 34 or 35 intead of a
movie star pin-up of 38 or JO In
this latter category, the empire
as Pans shows it and unless
modified to fit individual figures
will turn anything other thou
an ideal figure, size 10 or less,
into a dowager type.
French designers, showing their
fall and winter collections this

Coiffures Can Be Changed
As Desired With New Wigs

By GAY PAULEY
PARIS (UPI) Paris models
confuse me completely with their
coiffures.
Without a program, I'm having
trouble telling whether they are
wearing their own hair, one of
those two tone1 wigs from Cari Cari-ta,
ta, Cari-ta, or a supplemental chignon
pinned on by a talented hairdres hairdresser
ser hairdresser named Alexander.
The mannequins who displayed
Pierre Cardin's fall and winter
collection during the semiannual
showings by the Chimbre Syndi Syndics
cs Syndics le. all wore their hair smoothed
back from the forehead on top,
but puffed out at the sides as u
an old fashioned rat were con concealed
cealed concealed above, each ear. The back
hair was pinned close against the
head.
Turned out the Cardin girls were
wearing Carita wigs, and Ivr new
"trompe i'oeil" (free translation -illusion
) fashion. Whether this
Style is done with wig, or one's
own locks, Carila predicts it will
be the biggest trend since the
Italian cut.
"Perfect wilh the empire sil silhouette,"
houette," silhouette," siid Mirit Carita, one
of two listers who run beauty

Anwr to PrvJui Pu1

43 Storehouse
45 Fleshy
fruitt
4t Dentine!
47 Exchange
'premium
48 Flower
50 Simple
51 Direction
52 Suffixes
56 American
author
Z5Dry
26 What Poe't
raven taid
28 Bird
20 Per-
31 Unbleached
33 Prongs
35 Oo to bed
40 Bone's
organic basis
white pepper and Vi teaspodn dri
ed tarragon leaves, rieai weii with
a rotary beater or mix in an,
leclric blender. Serve over Fresh
Cantaloupe Fruit Salad.
Cantaloupe Balls and Fresh
SStrtwbtrrios en the Half Shall
(Yir'd: 4 servings)
Cut 2 small cantaloupes i n t e
halves. Remove seeds and cut in into
to into balls with a melon ball cutter
or a one half teaspoon measuring
spoon. (Scoop out the meat that
remains in the- ahell and save to
use In fruit sds or fruit ciipt.)
'If Retired, notch W Tslh'tihrm
shell. Mix cantaloupe 'balls with
I1 cups fresh strawberries, s ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons sugar and 3 tablesporins
Kirsch or mint syrup. Spoon into
cantaloupe shells. Chill. Garnish
with fresh mint just before serv serving.
ing. serving. week for some 600 reporter!
from all parts of the world, took
to the empire as if the Frenef
hadn't invented it in the first
place with the revolution at the
end of the 1700's and the rise ol
the Emperor Napoleon to power.
But there was one thing abdtil
the empire of Napoleon's day. It
was sexy. In a rebellion againsl
all the elegance of the aristocras,
the revolutionaries turned 10
gowns of filmy muslin and" mada
sure they clung to the figure by
a liberal dousing with water," To Today's
day's Today's empire in Inch-thick tweeds
and other heavy wools hardly pro produces
duces produces the same e iect.
Whether the rest of T'aris'i
haute couture including the fa famous
mous famous House of Dior will go atons
was to be decided as more firm;
displayed their collections.
Only Coco Chanel the crandi
dame of Paris couture, thus fai
refused to buy p nnjn or any anything
thing anything elst besides her classic un unbuttoned
buttoned unbuttoned jac'ts, !i"i skirU, am
coordinated silk or jersey blous
es.
She left virtually all waistlmei
where nature put them.
shops in Paris, New York and
Boston.
She and Rosa dreamed up theil
first wigs last year at the re request
quest request of Hubert de Givenchy Mo Models,
dels, Models, who complained (he many
changes of clothes during each
dav kept their own hair a mess.
The fad spread from the de designer's
signer's designer's models to his customers
and on to quick success II Francs
and metropolitan areas o the
united States. Movie stars Gloria
Swanson and Dawn Addams ar
amopg her customers, Mirii
sain, home women buy four oi
five wigs at 3oo or more etc1
(once depends on color and
style), changing at whim frum
blonde to brunette to red head to
" a. IBs pUtine," changing
Platinum grey which it her newest
shade.
EXPLOSION KILLS FOUR
TOKYO (UPI 1 An explosion m
the Marutamaya, NKokatsu-Fire-i
works Co., killed four wurkers and

enouiry injured tive other i
yesterdty The Wast occurred
when workers were testing rock rock-eta
eta rock-eta ior a fireworks festival.
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7:00 p.m
BapUst Training Union
Evangelistic Service
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday.
WM S Bible Study ITsure-
Men Brotherhood tLaist
Monday tn month)
:U0 a as
fM pro
HKS'I BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Strew
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. Wendall C. Parker. Pastor
. 2,.- .... e.a .oa
sZ?nt U-nrshlD
Baptist training Onion 6:30 pa
Wnpshin 7:45 p m
n,.h.r'r.f,nd Tuesdays .t.... 7:00 D.m.
Prayer Services, Wednasdays 7:00 pm
r. OA
111""1''
Fridays
3:30 n.m,
Salvation Army
kNo.i)iumintlnal evangelistic
Meetings)
PANAMA CITY
Major A Mrs. W. Bishop
II February Street. Phone:
11:00 Holineas Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
28 20051
PARAISO, C.Z.
Savoy Mrs. C. U Moseley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting
Th Rev. Ray M. BlaUely Minister
OATUN
i-nn SunHav Srhool
rhni-nh Srhool. with Adult Bible
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
Mth Street, Phone 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:0(1 Sunday School
; 7:36 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. CZ. -Envoy
3, J
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
TheBev. Otear W. Ojatn, Patlar
.n Bn at San Pablo Street
5hone 2-1486-Church Oflice, 3-3236
30 e.m. Church School Trta bus
i ri.eroc fnr all a BPS
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
TSxpanded Session for Nursery. Kinder
L .nd Primary DepU. Church
time Nursery tor ehlldren under 3 vrs
O0 pm. Junior High renowsnip
Post High Fellowship
T:MI p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
Tephone, 5-3S8
J:?,n Salvation Meeting
CStrvlce45of Worship, 11:00.
Youth Faliowshlp, MS.
Ma?a?l ta Ava, and Bolivar Hwy.
Bev TheoHorJ E. Fr.nhlln Putor
"hones" Office, 3-2M2 Res M48I
"u.n,. rhnr'ch School Bus service
ji:uu am. """"".- n
thll
Nnr: en
lot imams
l!o7'pjn. Junior Fellowship
.... I v,,iw rollosssh o.
a 'Zn .. schedule of auxiliary c
.. ..j .wii.i meetlnn at an
Tivmrw Rim , i , v -
nounced from week to week.
mnn.
v. Walker M. Alderron,
Pastor
Of : 6-476 Ras n-lfw
8:30 a m Sundsrv School
10:49 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day
rltios as announced
rtl

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Churches of Hl many laiths in the Canal Zona, and tht terminal cities
new. desk ,n writing by Wedneida, noon at the latest ot any changes
rot the coming Saturday church page.
Ministers, church ecretar.ej and chaplainj are asked to intorm the
t Panama and Colon. Republic ot Panama, extend welcome at all
time t. MM anal women ot the armed tervicei, and te civilian neigh neighbor!,
bor!, neighbor!, triendi and strangers
A i a public tervice. The Panama American lists below, by denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, notices ot hours ot worship and othei regular activities.
Listings are rotated trom time to time. Denominations having only
one or twe congregations are luted under "Other Churches 6 Services
A special listing is included fee seivices at Army polls, Air Force bases
and Naval stations.

Catholic
SI MAKV'b CHUBCH Balboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8 :00 Id 00 ano
12:00 a m
Huiy DM Maasots 5 56, 8 00 u:5 a.n
ind 5:00 p.m
Conlassions, Saturday, gJO to i:(i
and 7:08 to :00 p.m Thurwtay before
First rrtday. 7 9(1 to 00 p.tn
Miraculous Medal Novona' 70 p m
cSfiE m U. B -dt
nH?ghn,School 8W1 Club p m. oi
Wednesday
sacbkd HtABT Anssns
Sunday Masses. :, 70 It M a nv
Holy Dav mansas: l:U am an J :00
"'Conleatlons. Saturday 1:30 v a 00 ana
iM !" 8:00 p.m, Thureday before First
Friday (lOO p.m.
Sacred Hear: DavoUonai :on p a or
Fridays
Catechism Claas: 8:15 to :4 pop. or
Thursday.
OUB. LADY Or AI'IMA Curundu
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at l:S0 D.m.
Confessions : :00 to :4 p m on Bat.
urday.
Catechism Classi Saturday 13U to 10
a .m.
BT. JOSKPH- faral.o
Sunday Masses at :00 nd 8:15 a m
Holy Day Mass at CM) pm
Wkrlav Masses: . :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday J:30 to 4:30 and
In In 7-3fl
Caiechlsm Clami Sunday 3:00 to lO0
m
Miraculous Medal Novenat l:0o p.m
nn FriHaV
Convert instructions: snunuay
m
ST. VINCICNT'B ranama city
Sunday Masses 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Molv hav Maaaaa: 8:30 and 5:00 P.m
(It 'il falls on Saturday the Maases are
:()0 and 1:30 am )
Confessions: Saturday 3 00 to 3:00 ano
:00 to 8:00 pm Thurdav before rirsi
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal wovena ana m
tlons of the Cross: rrtday i ,i p.m.
Catechism Class: After :30 mssa on
Sundny
rhiirsrisw
Convert Clasn JO 0 m fuesoay ano
ST. THKRKBA'B CocoH
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a m.
Holv Dav Mass s.00 am lit It falls
on Saturday -8:30 a m i
Catechism Clean 3 ju to :u om on
Mondsy
confessions :uu io i-
S'l JOHN BAFT 1S1 Oh l-A SAI.I.K
Parque Lefevre
Sunday -Masses 6 30 and M M M.
week UaVs Mass 8B0 Mon., Thurs
rrl. and Sal. First Friday maw 6:00 a m
Holy Day Masses- :w a.m. (io
p.m
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
9:00 p.m, on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 1:00
P-T? sh.
fjatecnism la. o.ow
01. rHtBhSK'B I Uoes
Convert Class: Monday 7 M p.m
Sunday Mass; i;00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass; 3:30 p.m
Saturdav 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pjn,
Catwhiem tiasa; j:jo p-hi m
Sacred Heart Novena 7:00 pm. or
Friday
Convert Classi e:u pm on
ATLANTIC BIOE
ST JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses; 5:45, a:00 and :1 a.m
Holy Day Masses: ; nd 8:00 a.m
and 5:45 p.m
Confessions: Saturday a:wi wi
7:00 to 8:0.0 p.m
Miraculous Meoai woven; swiwpwi
8:15 and 7:00 p m
Sacred Heart Novena. enaay i :ia p m
Kunrinv F.vrnine Services 7:00 p m
Converl Class- 7:1 p.m on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class: suooav j;io a m.
11:43 a m 3:00 p.m to 4:oo p m.
rridavEiinasltion of Most Bless
ed Sacrament ell day Reposition at 5:30
a.m Saturdav morning.
First Saturday oevottons to our uaj
of Fatime-The Holy Rosary -5 ;oo a.m
First common on instructions tor coo-
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:oo to
7:00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sundav Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holv Dav Masses- 6:60 :00 e.m end
5:15 p.m. i
Confessions: Saturday 4:oo to :oo ano
7100 to 8:00 pm After Rosary each eve
ning.
Miraculous Medal Novenat 3:13 and
7:00 p.m, on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 3:00 Mass on
Sunday
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturdav: Mats at 8:00 am
HOLY family CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday masses: 7:30. 8:30. 11:5.. an.
First Saturday Mass
6:00 a.m
Weekday Masses:
Sa, urday ., 7 it)0 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena'
Holy Day Maaaea- 7:30 a m
Confession .. 'aitf pm te
every Monday
Parish Family Hossry anal
Benediction ...,-..,...,
every. Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group
very Friday.' .:,
1st Friday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotion.
8:00 a.m.
6:00 p m
7:00 p.m
8:18 pm
4:46 n.m
7:00 p.m
130 pm
7 :06 p m
7:00 p m
ST VINOJT-Hslnlm City
Sunday Maltese: 8:30 ess an 8:00
Holy
o m.
Day Masses. a., and
Confessions: 4 mi to s on end l:Ki te
8:00 n.m Saturday' v j i.
Cataehlstn Clasa; 10 4s m. on sundky
Cor.varl Class-every Monday ai lie
p.m. -v.- -'
Mlrsouinos Medal Novena: 70 n.m
on Tuesday.
.acreo Heart Mevenai liOB pm an
IMMACULATE CONCrTflONOat
tiundav Mass- a:l.s e m
Holy Day Mass: 5 80 e m
Confession: 1:10 ie 7:00 p m on Baf.
urday
MtarhlBin Clse 4 fin e.m an Mnndav
OUR LADS or GOOD CrWJMMaV
Sunday Maaaaa: TM end a-so a m.
Haly Day Maaaaa: t0 am. and if8
p.m
.'onfe.sions Saturday at 7 00 a.m. and
after
an evening aevonons.
Baptisms by appointment
Mlramilous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday.
Surred lleert Novena I 1:80 p.m an
f rmsy
H'7laioiisSL'nsiTiici3on for"ch!i
dren; 4i00 p.m en Thursday
Rellaioiis Instruetlon for adults (Con
duetesT In Spanish): T:00 pm en Man
Convert Instructions by appointment

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Episcopal
The Hi Bev K Hebei Good ess. IT O
The Vary Bev. Mainert J
B.T.B. Dean
felerson.
tIKIS Cut
THE CATHEDRAL Of BT.
SUNDAYS
LUKE
SUNDAYS
7.30 a.m
Holy Communion.
Church School (Holy Com
8:15 a m
muniun 3rd Sunday i
6:30 a.m Santa Communion. 3rd Sun
day
Estuelt Dominu.i :if i ir
UOO a.m Morning Prayer ana Str
mon, Holy communion 1st sunoay.
7:00 p.m Evening aervic..
WSDNUtDAYS
Holy Communion
Fvening Prayer
rtOL DAYS
iioiy Communion.
Holv Communion
0AILT
o..lti a n,
J:O0 ore
:00 aji
e 3ii am
a m. Morning Prayei
i?:0U Mt.-da) Missionary Prayara.
COCOLl
Church oi at. Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion :30 a m
Family frayei end
Church School 6:30 a. m
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning freyer. aV Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 6:00 a m
COHOZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev Clarence Hayea.
Priest la Charge
FRIDAYS
a on a m Morning Prayer
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
OAMHOA
Bl. Simon'a C lunch
rbe Rev John Spear Prlei in Charge
Choral Eucharist -and Ser-
SIjvdaYS
man ( :uv e m
Church School J-80 Pm
Eoiscooal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon 7:60 p m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
4nd FRIDAYS
Morning rrayer ano noiy
Communion 8:00 am
Evening Prayer 7:00 p. m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS 0 THURSDAYS
Holy communion .....
Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer
7 :(KJ a in
3:00 am
7:00 p.m
SATURDAY
family Eucharist
Office of Compline ....
6:30 am
3:00 p.m
LA 8VOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, frleal In Charge
Morning Prayer and wnurcn
School 8:08 am
mon M M am
Confirmation Class1 8:30 g.tn
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 1:30 pm
3rd' MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary :
rHUHSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 8 00 a m
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven I, B Shirley. Prieat In Cherge
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espsve and Brazos Blvd
The Rev. Jesse K Renew, Renor
SUNDAYS
7:30 s.m Holy Communion
8:sS s.m Morning Prayer end
Church School
11:00 s m Choral Bucharlst.
rHURSDAYS em HOLY DAYS
8:30 a m. Holy Communion
PARAISO.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
STJNDA'i
4:00 s.m
8:30 a.m
3.00 i :u
lliaio ir
5 :00 i, m
Choral Eucharist
A Sermor
Infant Baptism.
Church School
Buildilik 131 1
Youth Fellowship
7 10 m
Evefssong apd Address
Snl .nri Slh WKDNESDAV5
i.SOPin woman s Auxiliary aim ni niter
ter niter Uuitd Martina,
PANAMA CIT
St Paul's Cheteh
The Vtn l.emoel B Shtrlev, Sertor
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
BtiNBA-;
8:00 a.m Holy Comm. .mon
9 00 n.y Sunt Eucharist Sermon
10:4k s .-ii Mnrntna rrayer and gaurer
School
12:00 mici Holy Baptism
7 00 r,.ni Solemn vespers
WESDAVr)
g:J0 a m Holy Communion
7 :30 n m Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNH5DAYS
:0li a Holy Communion
7:00 p.n.. Evening Prayer
IHURSiiAYS AND FRIDAYS
fl:SO i ni Holv Communion
rtOLY DAYS
S 00 e m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon, R P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Peler farmer. Rector
The Rev. Henry A, Blak, Assistant
SUNDAY
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
t:0C a.m Choral Eucharist and Barman
10:30 e.m. Church School
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and See See-prion.
prion. See-prion. 1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 s.m. Morning Prayer.
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
. WEDNESDAY
T:88 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
8:00 a ni. Children's Eucharist
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayae,
SATURDAY
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m Morning Prayer
5 (Mi p.m. Evening Prayer.
7 .10 o.m Compline and Meditation
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
St. hrUteph Vs hnrrh
10th Street. Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayaa,

Priest in Charge
The lav Clarence A CragwaU.
Assistant

SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m Holy Communion.
7:30 a m Sung Eucharist and St rmon
1840 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
School
11:00 noon Holy Bapuun
6:30 urn Evensona and Sermon
MONDAYS
7:30 pm 1st and 3rd. Romans Auxi Auxi-llavv.
llavv. Auxi-llavv. TUESDAYS
6 30 Dm J u n 1 o r Daughters of the
King.
7:30 p.m Youth Fellowship
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 am Holy Communion.
T 00 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
instruct! one
THURSDAYS
6:00 pm Gins Friendly Society.
1:80 p.m 1st and Ird. Singletons.
SATURDAYS
6:30 a m Junior Confirmation Clam
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZAHKNE
448 Frangipam St Ailvuii c.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelson, Pastor
Bos 287 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2602
Sunday School :4S a.m
Worship Service 10:43 a in
Youth Service 6:45 om
Evangelistic Service ....... 7:3(1 p.m
Prayer Service Wed. ... 7:30 pm
METHODIST
Sunday: 8 a.m. Panama Wesley
10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
and Sermon.
Sei
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralso
10 a.m. Paralso Sunday School
" 7:15 p.m. PsrsLso Evangelical
Service.
CHURCH OF THE MAZARENI
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L, Hysong
Write: Box 5018 Margarita. C.Z
Phones 3-1583
Sunday School .45 a in.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 p m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P 23rd Street East
Bev k N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 D.m
Sunday Masses T. 7:43 11:45
Rio Abajo. RP.
Sunday School 3:00 p m
JWOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m end
Sundays at 4:00 pm Win Memorial
806 Ball.ua Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.m
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 9 00 a.m.
MIA. Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Primary:- Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balbne 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhotise Road. Gatun
Sunday School, Sunday 8:30 am
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 am
CtlRIJNDt) PROTESTANT -CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldtg. Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of 83-5105
Sunday Sclrool 6:80 .m
(A class for every age)
Morning Warship H :00 a
Youth FellbwFhin 6:00 p.m
F.vnlne Wnrshin 7:00 p m
Prayer and Praise (Wed l 7 (00 p.m
A church nursey In provided,
OLD CA I HOLK t III M( H
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St Wast No )
Hoi Kucharlst Sunda at i:3U a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesday end rhufdav
6:30 a.m.
Sacrament ot UncUori irteeiinp
vice) First Sunday of each month r
7 -JO pm
Monnt Hallbel Christian Chare
Panama R P
Hi Kev T an D U sjwbot
nffiriatlna
Morning devotion 6:00 a m
s-lloivchin. Wnrahln 11 00 l
Sunday School 8:00 p.m
THE CHRIST ADELPHIANS
fanama District
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School 9 a.m
Morning Service 10 e.m
Adult Bible Classes eacn
Monday at 7:30 p.m
rilvln Service 7:30 o m
Visitors are welcome at all services
and classes.
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen. Panam City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 8 :0t) D.m
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(apstairs American Baraar)
Study Classes Thursdays, 1:30 o.m
BETHEL MISSIOH CHURCH
Kspalaba St.. Paralso. C.Z
Rev Waldaba H SU-uart, Pastor
Sunday 11:00 a.m Worship Service
3:00 pa Sunday School
7 :15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:80 Mid-week Chrlstisn
fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Tridayi 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oseuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William J. Johnson Paslor
Sunday School 8:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St., Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 s.m
Sunday Njgiit Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH Or GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:80 a.m
Morning Worship 11:00. s.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica & Trinidad Sts.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 s.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, C.Z.
(near DlaMo school)
Re. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 38. Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phones: Home. Gambo 217
Church Balbea 4271
Sunday Schooi 10:00 a.m
Worship Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 7:00 p.m
Evangelistic Service 7:80 am
Wednesdav: Bible Sturlv
and Prayer Service 1:30 p.m.
Lutheran
REFORMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
ialbea Road at Wight Street
Rev Reberl P flnssick. Pasta
P O Boa 888. Balboa
Sunday School. Bible clase 8:00 a.m
Divine Service 10:18 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
month
Atlantic Bide
former chapel of Our Saviour's Epis
copal onapei 3rd t- ana meianaes Ave.
New Cristobal.
Mr. Eugaae H. Denner, Vlcat
unday School. Bible qaea 1:00 em
Divine Service 10:18 a.m.
Holy Communloni last Sunday ol the
month.

Jewish

jewis-i rtrltare Board Bid 782-A La
Boca Mao Balboa C.Z Rsbbi Nathan
Wltkh. Duoctor
3arvic Friday i M om Baturaay
":3( 0 m
iSee d'l-e ustlngt ol Jewish tervice.
jnr-er '.t Bases and Slat.ons
CoiiitiirKNi'OP Rioi Shearitn Israel Ave
lit. h Cbs and 31th Street Belle Vista
P-nam City Services 8:00 p.m
Christian Scientist
CHaUDtlA CUJst,k bUCKVHaA
r'iret Church ol Chrisl. ScitnUat Anem
110 AM ok Boulcvsra
uiiaa) U;VU, Wednoa. :(" on
iutiUav School 9:3'' a.m
irM ciiurcn oi cbriM. Peimiitat, Lrutuka
13th Sltee' BoUva Hlghwat
SunoH scnom .:3i ant
Sunday 11:80 a m Wedneaday t:08 p m
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC BIDE
Protcatant
FORT AMADOrt
Sunday Scnool
9:0,.
Morning worsnip
Church-time Nursery School.,.
1U u.
10:00
H-ORT CLAYTON
Sunday School tuuiiuing no
126) f
M.imina Wnr.hin
9:01)
10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
.Service
Youth Fellowship Sunday
i.uu
FORT KUtsBE
Sunday School 8:0U
Morning Worship lu..i
Evening Worship J:ou
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:01)
Worship service, hio naio a id
Christian Vouth Fellowship .... 6:0U
Soldier's Fellowship -Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:0ti
A1.BROOK AIR r oues. MASK
Sunday School HM"
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 8:3!
Morning Worship 6:30 A (0.45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School .. :Ji-
Morning Worship U-ot
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worsnip s:uv
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 6:00
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass .,
Sunday Masses IM
Confessions, Saturday .. 8:30
Sunday 1:00
6:30
8:38
; ..,
8:2
FORI CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Sunday Masses .".TAl
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30
.t
a. ot,
8:00
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mass
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses 8:00
Monday Novena Devotions
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00
6:15
SIOU
11:49
. 7 :30
7:3(1
COROZAL
Sunday Mass
10:30
IU.BROOK AIR rORCI BASE
Daily Mass .r.r
Sulurdav Mess 1 .
6:00
7:00
Sunday Mawes 7 145 It 12:00
Snanish M
No'Vena Servlces-Tuesday ..
Confessions-Saturday
7:08
7:Ou
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass
0:30
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday 2:H
USO-JWB. Balboa
Frldsy 7:38
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday .....
ATLANTIC Ml)
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School
Bldg 253
Morning Worship 40:30

Tuesday :'Hi issu regulations on the conduct
kybb Wednesday-Post :haoel 8:38!of government business and on

Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel "...
LSI
FORT GULICK
Suriday School 8:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 8:30,
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:38
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs, l;3(i
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco ftosa:
Sunday School '. 'SO
Morning Worship UlOO
li,. i., rm..n i..n Bir't fiimrtav

B.UIJ V-Visiit8"l" a- ssi'S asjrsjW
Rth' I JERSEY CITY, N. J. (UPI)
C",0," I Kmers6n Radio and Phonogr-iph
Daily Msss 7:o8CorP- announced yesterday it has

Sunday Msss 8:30
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Dally Mass
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masses 7:48 tt
Confessions, Saturday 8:00 k
. .w
10:15
7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass
4:00
8:30
Saturday Mass
Sunday Mass :
COCO SOLITO
unday Mass
7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Till
Greek Orthadoa
Greek Orthodox services ere conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the An uncial ion.
Via Beli.-arin Porras, Ssn Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R P and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 8i3p. For further information,
call-the Office of the Army Chaplain.
82-3118.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services In all churches
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbslh School 8:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's M eel ina 4:10 n.m.
WEDNESDAV:
Bible Study
7:30 p.m.
and Prayer
Service
Paelfie Side Panarai
Pastor W H. Waller- Tel 28-3-3608
Cabo Verde. Ave J. f da la Osaa
No 17 Cborrlllo 35th No: 27 Pug Pug-bio
bio Pug-bio Nueve 2 A St. between Ird and 4th
Sts. Rio Abajo nth No. 17 Games
and Frlloles.
Pastor G. D Williams -Tel. t-SM
Pastor A. A Grille Tel. 8181
Spanish Churches Pacific Bide Panarai
Pgslor Noiberto Qnirot
Panama, Calls Darlen No I
Pedregal A Nueva Guarare.
Atlaetlc Side
A. Jeffries-Tel.
Pastor
Colon
38 8261.
Cristobal Enallsh 18th Bollver Ave
Crlstohsl Spanish 18th It Bolivar Ave
Central Office
0M4 Gavllan Road-Tal. 8-1888 as 13831

REDEEMER LUTHERAN
Balboa
During the i V ininf service at
10:15 tt Redeemer Lutheran

Church in Balboa the new semi
narian as&istant, Frederick a II
lick, will be inducted into th? par
ish bv the paetor, the Rev. Robert
F. Gugsick.
Illick is a student of Concordia
Seminary in St. Lsouia, Mo., and
will spend hit year of externr.hip
in the local parish. He will be
replacing Eugene H. Oenner, who
now returns to complete his theo
logical studies in the States after
year ox work at Redeemer
church.
Holy Communion will also be
celebrated In the service at hich
the Rev. Robert F. Gussick will
preach.
In the afternoon on the Atlantic
side the rite o! installation will
be reat at the 3 o'clock vesper
service, celebrated t Our Sa Saviour's
viour's Saviour's Episcopal chapel, Thiid
Street and Melendez Avenue, in
New Cristobal.
ST. PETER'S
La Boca
Members of the Woman's
Auxiliary ol St. Peter'g Church in
La Boca will make their monthly
corporate communion at the choral
celebration tomorrow,
starting i
ai iu:3U a.m.
Commemorating the Feast of
the Transfiguration of Christ, the
service of holy communion will be
said in Pedro Miguel 9:30 We-i-nesday
morning by the priest.
Kev. John Spear.
Brazilian Officers
To Watch Training
Methods At Culick
Six Brazilian Army officers
and a U.S. Army officer
arl
scheduled to arrive in the Canul
Zone Monday morning to observe
training methods at the U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean School at Fort
Gulick.
The officers will watch in
struction techniques, advanced
and specialist courses, methods
of instructions, instructor selec
tion and training and curricular
planning,
Escorting the Brazilian officers
is Major John F. Regan of the
Joint Brazil U S, Military Com Commission.
mission. Commission. The Brazilians are: Cul.
Celso Soares de Queiroz. Lt. Col.
Cesar Montagna de Souza, Maj.
Amadeu Martvre, Mai. Marcelo
Augusto Romeiro da Rosa, Mai
Jose Alberto Pinheiro da Silva
and Ma.i. Carlos Miguel Hecktr
de Abreu.
The group will leave the Canal
Zone on Aug. 12.
Senate Poes Bill
oridinn Use
Of I aw From 1789
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Sen Senate
ate Senate tod"v passed and sent to the
White House a bill making it le legally
gally legally clear that government Hp Hp-oartments
oartments Hp-oartments cannot use a 1789

i':Ml "housekeeping" law as authority
to withhold' information from the
press and public.
' The legislation is a simple ad-
8:0o!dition to an early statute which

authorizes department
heads to
preservation nt records, papers
and property. The bill adds a sen sentence
tence sentence saying that this "does no.
authorize withholding information
from the public or limiting the
availability of records to the pub public."
lic." public." EMIRSON GETS CONTRACT
oeen awaraea iNavy coniracis to-

;J8 tallng approximately $2 million or
development and production de design
sign design work in the guided missile

neici.
Consult with her on
beauty and akin care.

9 LbbH

Seventy six enlisted grade pro-,
motions, including four to E-B,:
have been received in this com command
mand command from the Department of
the Army for the quarter ending
Sept 30, Headquarters, U.S. Ar Ar-mv
mv Ar-mv Caribbean announced.

All but the E-8 promotions i ties in the poltlons of first set
have been allocated to units of I geant andor sergeant major and
the command. 'must occupy such duty poSftiori
The latest promotion break upon appointment,
down in USARCARIB includes I
four to E-8. one to E-7, three to! The Army-wide promotion sys sys-E
E sys-E 6 and 68 to E 4 i tem for enlisted men wl" be Das"
The E-7 stripe has been alio-, Won a combination o t local
cated to the 62nd Machine Rer-1 evaluations with centralized
ords Unit at Fort Amador and standards as implemented by DA.

the E-6 stripes to. the Mi itaryi
Missions in Colombia and El Sal
vador and the 551st Engineer
Platoon (IAOS). Fort Kobbe
aruuii .rnuo', run nuiiuc. i
The breakdown for E-4 stripes!
is: 1st Battle Group. 20th Infan
try 26; Signal Communications
Service, Quarry Heights 14;
79th Army Band. Fort Clayton
9; Technical Service, Pacific P.;
62nd MRU, Fort Amador 4;
937th Engineer Company. Kobbe
3; 549th MP Company, Fort
Gullck 2; 565th Ordnance De Detachment,
tachment, Detachment, Fort Clayton 1.
Prior to promoting personnel
to the grades E-8 and E 9 in this
command all recommendation
for such advancement in erao
will be forwarded tn Headquar
lers, USflrU'AttlB wneip a nuuin
composed of officers and enlisted
members of USARCARIB units
will sturlv and evaluate the rec records
ords records of thos recommended.
This system will serve as an
interim mepsure until the De-
nartment of the Army's promo
tion system goes into effect this
fall.
The president of the board is
Col. Walter J. Preston Jr.. USAR
CARIB, G-l. The remainder or,
the board Is composed of Lt. Col.
Beniamin G. Taylor Jr., 1st Bat-
He Oroun. 2flth Infantrv. Lt.
Col, Wallace Msrtello. Tech Serv-
ice, Pacific and Lt. Col. Jack It.
Compton. Headouarters. USAR USARCARIB:
CARIB: USARCARIB: Maj. John B. White Jr..
764th AAA Battalion and Maj.
Robert o Fettle. Headouarters.
USARCARIB: M-Sg. Carson I.
Casidy. F-Set. Churles M. Browil
and F Sgt. Kdward Sidberry,
The last three men mentioned
are E-8's asienert to the 1st Pat
tie Group, 20th Infantry at Fort
Kobbe.
To be eligible for apnolntment
to the orade of E 8 enlisted Der Der-sonnel
sonnel Der-sonnel must meet the following
requirements::
1. Have completed 14 months
in pay trade E-7. However, a
maximum of seven months
mav be waived by unit com commanders.
manders. commanders. 2. Be recommended by their
unit commander.
S. Have completed 18 years
C REACHING OUT j
I
The hand of God ii
extended in divine invitation
. . The hear! of God beoli in
lender companion . .The
love of God reachei out to
bid you welcome.

A VERY SPFXIAL SUNDAY FOR YOU

8:20 10:40 "TWO SINNERS AT CHURCH"
Everyone in this community is pictured In these
two people come! See yourself as God seei you.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classw tor all ages)
Enroll your child in a school where trie child Is at
heart and the Bible Is honored as entirely Inspired
and literally true. !.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 CAMP ECHOES PROGRAM
The boys and girls of canm Taboira will tell of camp
life pictures of camp life special mualc bv campers.
WHY I AM A CHRISTIAN
NURSERIES PROVIDED EVERYONE WELCOME

llltss jCaura (Burgos,
special representative of

will be with us from Monday,
August 4 to 16th.

The Label

satire Federal service, eight of
which must be cumnlBtirB
years of enlisted service credi creditable
table creditable in the computation of
their basic pay.

4. Be qualified to perform du-
UUtJUll Ul at r UllJUviUli m vaa
cation Score PQSi, which will 09
(geared to the development ana
-
use of gpeciflc MOB proficiency
tests.
Adlai Finds Russians
Are Told Utile
About United Slates
MOSCOW (frn AdUi E. StP.
vennon said Today he found on
his 8.000-mile trin of the Soviet in interior
terior interior a 'fienrissin Urk of knowl knowledge"
edge" knowledge" about the United States on
the average Russian.
Stevenson, twice unsuccessful
Democratic nominee for President
of the United States, said he re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived vnry hospitable treatment
on hii trip through Soviet Central
Aiiu anH Sihrris
Out lounci xne
neoPie received 8 one sided view
what' snins on in the world.
; "AH Soviet officials emphasized
thp importance oi co existence,
isience,
United
and comDetition with the
states seem, tle absorbing pre
i occupation," Stevenson said.
"gut I wonder if it is understood
iui th. hieii fnr neaceful exist-
. ncc mutual trust. A much
frr fniipr pxcliant!c of informa
tion and ideas than now exists will
help."
Stevenson said he had three gen general
eral general observations about his trip.
"That the people of the Soviet
Union, like those ot America, ijen-
J uinely desire peace and friendship
is certain, tie saio.
"1 regret to say I found a de depressing
pressing depressing lack of knowledge and1
understanding of the United
States, our way ot life and our
purpose."
Thirdly, he said, "I have been
struck bv the scope and energy of
the industrialization everywhere in
the eastern areas of the Soviet
Union and the drive to bring mil
lions of acres ol new land 'm
production."
BAPTIST
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FAGE SIX
rUE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1958
Braves Up

JNational League Lead lo Iwo Irames

I 1 ' 1 ' TT j ' 1

BET:,'

Kill-Joy Milwaukee Team
Sticks Pin In SF Giants
Trial Pennant Ballon

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (UPI) The Milwaukee
Braves are plain professional kill-joys.

Each time San Francisco's op optimistic
timistic optimistic Giants send up a trial
pennant balloon, the Braves
promptly stick a pin in it.
That was pretty much the case
last night when the Braves cut
short all World Series talk a a-mong
mong a-mong the Giants by defeating
them, 4-2, to take a two-game
Lead in the National League
race.
Lew Burdette struck out eight
en route to his 10th victory al although
though although Don McMahon had to
help him out in the ninth inning
when the Giants mustered their
final threat.
Second-stringer Mel Roach
snapped a 1-1 tie with a homer
off loser Mike McCormick in the
sixth and the Braves added what
proved to be the decisive run in
the same frame on Eddie Mat Mathews'
hews' Mathews' single, an infield out and
a single by Frank Torre.
Robin Roberts pf the Phillies
pitched one of his finest games
of the season In gaining the
200th victory of Ms career by
beating the Cubs, 3-1.
Roberts yielded only three hits,
struck out six and walked none
while bringing his season record
to 11-9. The only run off him
came in the fifth when Dale
Long socked his 13th homer of
the season. Philadelphia broke a
1-1 tie with a pair of runs in the
sixth off Dave Hillman on a pair
of singles, a sacrifice and a dou double
ble double by Chico Fernandez.
Los Angeles raked four pitch pitchers
ers pitchers for five runs in the ninth in inning
ning inning to come from behind and
beat Cincinnati, 6-2. Don Hoak's
error made three of the five runs

unearned. The Dodgers fashioned

their rally with five singles,
Hoak's error and a sacrifice fly.
Johnny Klippstein scored his

first victory since June 15 when
the Dodgers obtained him from
the Redlegs. He held the Redlegs
hitless in the last two innings to

even his record at 4-4. Brooks

Lawrence was the loser. Carl Fu

rillo hit his 10th homer for Los

Angeles.

Ronnie Kline turned in a fine

four-hit effort in leading the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates to a 2-0 win over the Car Cardinals.
dinals. Cardinals. Rookie Bob Mabe, who
suffered his fourth straight loss,
matched Kline until two were
out in the eighth. Then singles
by Roberto Clemente, Dick
Stuart, Bob Skinner and Bill Ma Ma-iseroski
iseroski Ma-iseroski produced Pittsburgh's two
runs and Kline's nth triumph.
The New York Yankees, bent
upon winning the American
League pennant by record pro-

LEADING
PITCHERS

portions, widened their lead to
WA games with a 7-0 triumph
over the Chicago White Sox.
Bob Turley gave up only five

hits in registering his fifth shut

out and 16th victory. Bill Skowron

drove in four runs and scored a
fifth. He homered In the second
innine. drove in another run

with a sacrifice fly in the fourth
and singled home another pair

in the eighth. Southpaw amy
Pierce lost his eighth game a-

gainst 10 victories.
Rocky Colavito's home run hit

ting helped the Cleveland in
dians run their winning streak
to six games as they beat the

Boston Red Sox twice, i-i. anu

a-1

nipvelan.-1 clmcneo tne opener

with seven runs in the sixth in inning
ning inning Minnie Miftoso contribut contributing
ing contributing a three -run homer and Cola Cola-vito
vito Cola-vito connecting with one on to
produce Cal McLish's 10th vic victory
tory victory McLish permitted only four
hits Loser Dave Sisler gave up
only two hits in the nightcap,
but with the score tied at 1-1,
Colavito slammed his 23rd hom homer
er homer with one on to wrap up the
contest Hal woodeshick hurled
a four-hitter for his third win.
Gail Harris drove in all of
Detroit's runs in a 3-1 triumph
over Baltimore, which dropped
Its fourth straight. Harris
homered off loser Jack Harsh -man
with one on in the first
inning and then drove in his
third run of the game with a
sacrifice fly in the eighth. Herb
Moford let the Orioles down on
five hits for his second victory.
Tim T.Amnn smashed out two

v,.c otwi a nnlr of sineles to

rarosVilno-t.nn to a 10-4 deci

sion over Kansas City The
homers were Lemon's 21st and
22nd and teammate Roy Sievers
contributed his 27th, all of the

blows comine off rookie Boo ua ua-vis
vis ua-vis who suffered his second loss

nJrn -Damns held the AS tO

,.o,-, ViHc an A was credited with

seven inKo
Mm ninth victory. He retired n

fovnr of rurk Hvde in the eighth

when he suffered a muscle spasm

in his pitcning arm.
rnwTPAT FOR POLARIS SUB

TirAcuTicnTOM rTTPI) The

Navy has announced a contract
award to Newport News Shipbuild Shipbuilding
ing Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. for construe
tion of one of the new Polaris missile-carrying
submarines, subiect
to "acceptable contract negotia negotiations."
tions." negotiations." Estimated cost of the surr surr-marine
marine surr-marine is between $90 and $100
million.

(Based en 225 official at bats)
National League G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. Louis 93 333 46 114 .342
Mays, S. F. 98 389 70 132 .339
Ashburn, Phi. 96 382 59 127 .332
Dark, Chicago 83 333 38 110 .330

Skinner. Pitt. 93 348 67 113 .326

Cepeda, S. F. 97 393 61 127 .323
Walls, Chic. 100 402 66 125 .311
Banks, Chicago 101 405 76 125 .309
Aaron, Mil. 96 382 71 118 .309
Temple, Cinci. 99 382 51 113 .296
Anderson, Phi. 88 328 50 97 .296
Kluszewski, Pitt. 69 230 25 68 .296

American League
Goodman, Chi. 65 247 29 82 .332
Power, Clev. 94 375 66 122 .325
Runnels, Boston 92 354 61 115 .325

rox, Chicago 101 414 57 131 .324

350 47 113 .323

Kuenn, Detroit
Cerv, K. C.
Kaline, Detroit
Jensen, Boston
Vernon, Clev.
Siebern, N. Y.

90 335 64 108 .322
96 347 51 109 .314

99 349 57 109 .308
84 254 37 77 .307
81 271 49 83 .306

RP Basketball Loop Straight

Schedule Final Game

Tonight

TONIGHT
THE SECOND PRESENTATION
ON THE FABULOUS
WOODY HERMAN
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
AT THE
RIO THEATER
PRICE: $1.00
A tradition in American Popular Music
and Jazz
A Musician, a Master
2 HOURS OF GLORIOUS MUSIC -A
COMPLETE SHOW WITH SIHGERS
The Band's final show on the Isthinu?
will be held at the
REX THEATER, Colon
TOMORROW NIGHT

Tickets on sale at MADURITO'S, Panama and
Colon Morrison's Novelties Bella Vista
Theater Rio Theater Caribe Theater
(Colon)

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yankees
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians

RUNS BATTED IN
NATiONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Cepeda, Giants
Boyer, Cards

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Sievers, Seanators

LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 10 decisions)

National League
McCormick, Giants
Grissom, Giants
Purkey, Redlegs
Semproch, Phillies
Spahn, Braves

29
28
23
21
21

29
28
28
27
23

83
81
67
63
60

92
76
69
67
65

American League
Delock, Red Sox
Turley, Yankees
Ford, Yankees
Hyde, Senators
Kucks, Yankees

W L Pet.
8 3 .727
7 3 .700
13 6 .684
12 6 .667
13 7 .650
10 2 .833
16 4 .800
13 4 .765
8 3 .727
7 3 .700

Scantlebury
Hurls Toronto
To Easy Win

Nacional
Cerveza Balboa
Marlboro
Kent,
Panama
Perfection
Carta Vieja

W L Pet.
9 3 .750
8 4 .667
7 4 .636
6 6 .560
5 7 .417
5 7 417
2 9 .182

Wednesday's Results
Marlboro 87 Panama 63
Perfection 67 Carta Vieja 54

UP AND IN FOR TWO Albrook center Lloyd Hop wood (dark
jersey) leaps high to tap in a rebound in Thursday night's
Panama Armed Forces Basketball League opener at Fort
Kobbe. Up in the air with Hopwood is Fort Kobbe's burly
forward, Dick "ill. Albrook edged the host team in the final
minutes 84-79. (U.S. Army Photo)

Senate Temporarily Kills Bill
To Exempt Baseball And Other
Sports From Anti-Trust Laws

jjajaagaii

NATIONAL LEAGUE

NEW YORK. Aue. 2 (UP)

The Toronto Maple Leafs opened

ana ciosea tneir game with live

run innings last night to rap the

Columbus Jets. 12-2. and move

within a game of the Interna tional
League lead.

Top-rune Montreal SDllt with

Richmond, the Royals winning
the completion of a suspended

game, 12-10, and the Vees tak taking
ing taking the regular contest, 8-4.

Homers by Rocky Nelson, Tim
Thompson and Archie Wilson
paced Toronto's 14-hit attack, i
with Pat Scantlebury picking
up his 14th victory.
Montreal was leading, 12-10,

when its game was halted on

June 28. Rene valdes gained his

ninth victory in this contest, but
lost his seventh in the regulation

came as Richmond scored three

run clusters in the first and
fifth innings. Ed Dick posted his

eighth win.

In other games, Luke Easter,

Ray Noble and Jack Phillips

clouted homers to give Burraip

its fifth straight victory, an 11-2
decision over Havana, and Miami

beat Rochester, 116, as Warren
Hacker won his third game.

By JOHN A. GOLDSMITH
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A House House-approved
approved House-approved bill to exempt baseball
and other pro'essional team sports
form the anti-trust laws Struck
out yesterday in the last of the
ninth.
The Senate anti-monopoly sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, which has been hold holding
ing holding hearings on the measure, gave
the legislation the umpire's tradi traditional
tional traditional "You're out" sign by de deciding
ciding deciding to table the bill at a closed closed-door
door closed-door session.
The action killed all chances of
any sports legislation at the pres present
ent present session of Congress.
Chairman Estes Kefauver (D (D-Tenn.)
Tenn.) (D-Tenn.) told newsmen the subcom subcommittee's
mittee's subcommittee's action was prompted by
the fact that the Senate does not
have enough time before adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment to draft "an acceptable
substitute" foe the House-approved
bill.
"There simply was jiot time to
get out any acceptable bill," he
soid.
The. subcommittee vote was 4 to
2, with Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney

(D-Wyo.) offering the motion to

pigeon-hole the legislation. Voting
against the move were Sens. Ever Everett
ett Everett M. Dirksen (R-Ill.) and John

A. Carroll (D-Colo.).

Dirksen and Carroll wanted to

sponsor a watered-down version of
the House measure.

Carroll also said with a grin that

he "wanted to study what Casey

Stengel said and interpret it prop

erly. He referred to the bewilder

ing barrage of non-sequiturs that

the wily guiding genius of the New

York Yankees laid down in tes

tifying on the bill.

As it passed the House, the bill
would grant a blanket exemption
from the anti-trust laws to four
professional team sports baseball,
football, basketball and hockey.
The measure had the enthusias

tic endorsement of baseball Com

missioner Ford Frick and the
leaders of the other organized
sports. But some broadcasting in

terests criticized the leeway the

bill would give to baseball owners
for curbing baseball TV and radio
broadcasts.
The bill also came under fire
from pro football players. But ma major
jor major league baseball players, with
the game's higher paying stars
acting as their spokesmen, gener generally
ally generally endorsed the objectives of the
measure.
Members of the subcommittee
had indicated in advance of their
vote that the chances for the
House bill were less than bright.

Tonight's game
Carta Vieja vs Marlboro
By VICTOR GRAY
Tonight's contest between Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja and Marlboro will com complete
plete complete the Panama Basket Leagues
straight schedule. A victory for the
Colonites will leave them in a tie
with Cerveza Balboa for second
place, but although the Zonians by
winning or losing cannot change
their position in the league's stand
ing, mired with the cobwebs in the
cellar, their opponents can be
assured that tonight's game will

rot be handed to them on a silver

platter.
Throughout the season, the Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja has betn noted for dis displaying
playing displaying A-1 competitive spirit, giv giving
ing giving their all, although outclassed
by their much faster and taller
opponents. They strove on all oc occasions
casions occasions to defend a prestige known
the world over the high quality
of the North American cage game.
But alas, the Canal Zone represen
tation resulted inadequate when
matched up against superior play players
ers players regarded as outstanding in the
Central American circuit.
However, local cage fans can
be assured that the first nomina
tion for the 1959 season will be that
of the men under McArthur. With
more time on their hands to pre.
pare, the teams qualifying for the
finals will find the Zonians one of

the toughest aggregations to per perform
form perform on a local, floor, come next
year.
Wednesday nioht's' games
Rodolfo "Fifi" Tom's Marlboro

snapped a three-game losing streak

by soundly trouncing Panama Ci
garettes, 87 to 63 in the first game
of the twin-bill. Emmett Bryant's
34 points spearheaded the Colo Colonites
nites Colonites attack, plus some fine sharp
shooting by "Midget" Sammy Mor Morris
ris Morris with 23. Ricardo Checa scored
24 for the losers.
Stovemen Win
Led by Janky;' Ivan MeFherson,
the Perfection Stove quintet took

the measure of a game. Carta Vie

ja team in the night cap. The Zo Zonians
nians Zonians played minus the services
of such stars as Dick Gleason,
Rov Partee, John Clark and Wally
Trout.
Seymour Barkowitz did his best
as he played a wlialo of a game,
scoring 18 points, but same wis
not enough as McPherson with 18,
Davis Peralta with 16 and G'rover
Luckinger with 11 proved too
much for the undermanned Carta

Vieja outfit.
It was announced that the final
playoffs will begin on Wednesday
night, but up to press time, the
schedule was not available.

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Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Chicago
Philadelphia
St. Louis
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Chicago at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Cincinnati
San Francisco at Milwaukee

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iBoston at Cleveland
New York at Chicago
Baltimore at Detroit
Washington at Kansas City (N)
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Chicago 000 000 000-0 5
Turley (16-4) and Howard
Pierce (10-8), Um, Latman
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Sullivan (8 5), Woll, Kiely
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Cleveland loo ooo 20x 3 2 o
Sisler (6-5), Fornieles and White
Woodeshick (3-1) and Nixon.

SCORES TRIPLE WIN
OCEANPORT, N. J. (UPI)

Jockey Howard Grant booted

home a $223 cTaily double Wednes

day at Monmouth Park and then

added another for a triple.

Redlegs To Cool
Stonds With Fans

CINCINNATI. (UPI) The
Cincinnati Redlegs, who have

tried such innovations as vest

type uniforms and air-conditioned
caps, are now making an at

tempt to cool the paying custom
ers, too.

Sometime, before the end of
the season, the club announced
today. It will install six large

fans in the area behind home

plate in an air circulation test.

If the experiment is success successful,
ful, successful, the club said, it will install
enough fans to cool the entire

grandstand area.

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Richards Blasts American
Indifference Towards
Track And Field Athletics

NEW YORK, (UPI) The Rev.

Bob Richards, lust back from

Russia, today blasted American

inaiiterence toward track and

field athletics.
Richards, two time Olympic

pole vaulting champion, stressed,
however, that his criticisms were
not caused by Russia's victory
over the United states, 172-170,

at Moscow tnis week.

fields is superior to that of re regimentation."
gimentation." regimentation." Depend On Colleges

Richards, of La Verne, Calif.,
a minister in the Church of tha
Brethren, urged that American
communities do the following:
Keen the school orvmnnsinm

. and fields onen Hnri n rv Ka nun

"We should have won that first mer vacation norinrf.

U.S.-Russia dual meet." he said, sters. bovs anrt Hri

"in spite of their combining the there.

men's ana women s scoring and
Injecting a women's half-mile Convince the so-called "nth-

run, and other things lettc clubs" in our various cities
Furthermore, he flatly predict- that thev should

ed an American triumph in the port of track and field athlete
second U.S.-Russia games, slated .instead of continuing to dege4

for Philadelphia, July 10 and 11,

1959.
U. S. At Advantage

erate into mere; "poker clubs or
places for drunks to be boiled
out and rubbed down."

-Stimulate greater intni-Ast n

rcicnaras, wno weni 10 joscow women's iracK and field DV COO COO-as
as COO-as an observer, and not' aivincing the girls that athletic
competitor, said his irritation' prowess can enhance trieir beau beau-was
was beau-was caused largely by America's, ty rather than diminish It
"naive failure" to appreciate the!
propaganda value of triumphs in: "We'll always produce out out-this
this out-this type of international compe-i standing athletes but not
tition. "enoug of them," Richards said.
"If our communities supported "We depend about 80 per cent oa
track and field athletics proper-lour colleges for producing lnter lnter-ly,"
ly," lnter-ly," he declared, "it shouldn't be national competitors. And lest
just a question of whether we than 10 per cent of college stu stu-could
could stu-could beat Russia, but by hdwi dents participate in track and
great a margin. field." . ;
"We've had the greater expe-'i L

rience. We have great potential
talent. And we are positive that
our system of individual motiva motivation
tion motivation in athletics -i as In other

Amador To Conduct
Rainy Season Golf
Tourney Aug. 12-26

A rainy season golf- tourna-

Player Of The Day
ERNIE BANKS'
Ernie Banks, quiet, unassum unassuming
ing unassuming slugger of the Chicago Cubs,
Is bidding to become the first
shortstop in National League
history to lead the league in
home runs.
Banks, 27-year-old native of
Dallas, Tex. took over the leaid
Thursday night when he hit hi

ment b to be conducted by the? over the Pittsburffh wl
wnrt AmoHntttnedftl Services Of- Py over tne Pittsburgh Pl-

flce August lthrottgh August
28. All personnel assigned to the
post of Port Athador or perform performing
ing performing duties at For t Amador are
eligible to enter.
Handicaps for the tourney
must he established prior to en

try Personnel without handicaps
may play six rounds at any golf
course, have their scores attested
arid turn them in to the Port

Amador Golf Club when they)

sign Up for the tournament.
The tournament will consist of
four flights. Persons with, handi handicaps
caps handicaps of 0-eight will compete in
the first flight; nine -14 In the
second flight; 15-19, third flight;
and 20 and above in the fourth

flight.

MIDNIGHT SHOW I
GEORGE BRENT in
MEXICAN MANHUNT

rates. Banks also leads the league

witn 3 runs Dattea in.
Vera Stephens of the St Louis
Browns led the American League
in homers In 1945 but no Nation National
al National League shortstop ever has
turned the trick.

Anderson Has Good

Reason To Call
Jackson 'Cousin'

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Out-

fielder Harry Anderson of the

. Prizes will be awarded to thei phiUdelnhia. Phiiltoa he n rirv.

tournament medalist, the win-i to call pitcher Larry Jackson ot

ner ana runner-up oi euu i"B"':tnj

and a sneclal troDhv to the high

est scorer. All play will be handi handicap
cap handicap using net score.
Anyone desiring to enter the
tourney may do so by contacting
the port Amador special Service.
Office, 82-2187, or by signing the

ppropnate form at tne Amaaor
olf Club. AH entries mutt be In

to 6 p.m., August 11.

the St. Louis Cardinals "cousin.

Anderson has batted agalnnt
Jackson nine times this season-,
and smashed three homers two
doubles and a single.
He hit a two-run, flrst-lnnina
homer off Jackson Thursdaj
Wlm Pve the way for the
Phillies' 4-1 victory.

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PAGE SEVEN
ItTUKDAY, AUGUST 2, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Summer Recreation Board To Hold Swim Meet August
. :,
Albrook Event
For Youngsters
Panama Rod And Reel,
International Marlin
Sailfish Tournament
From 6 to 16

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HAVING HIS FLING Elying through the air with something
tes thin th? greatelTof ease, A. R. Cruttenden strains for
distance in the broad jump of the Empire and Commonwealth
Games in Cardiff, Wales. The mustachioed Englishman finished
fifth with 23 feet, 10 inches, not because he wasnt trying.

by
Dan Daniel

The Canal Zone Summer Rec Recreation
reation Recreation Beard in cooperation
with the Division of Schools
will hold an invitational swim
meet in commemoration of the
44th anniversary of the opening,
of the Panama Canal. It
be held at the Albrook A.F.B.
Pool on Aug. 14 l 9 a.m.
This meet is open to all
young people from 6 through H
years of age who are register registered
ed registered in any of the C.Z. Summer
Recreation Board's activities on
their Post, Naval Station or ci civilian
vilian civilian community.
Trophies will be awarded to
first, second and third place
winners in individual events and
to members first place relay
teams. A silver cup will be a a-warded
warded a-warded ifor the best performance
in free style swimming. Last
year this cup was won by Har Harriet
riet Harriet Gunderson.
Entry forms are avilable at
all pools and must be complet completed
ed completed and mailed to the secretary,
C.Z. Summer Recreation Board,
Box 1625, Balboa, C.Z. by Aug.
8.
Refreshments will be served
to all contestants at the close
of the meet.

KNOCKED DOWN Horace Daub, left, and Thonas Swim hang on as their International
14 oot sailboat capsizes during the Silver Anniversary race on Long Island Sound off Old Say Say-brook
brook Say-brook Conn Roujrh and strong winds proved too much for the sailors from Orange, Mass.

I The Navy barge at Cocos font Scale Capacity
j on which sportsmen in the fishin g 1 "Caiman II" 300 lbi.
tournament have been obtaining 2 "Sen" 300
ice and iuel had to be brought 3 "Soltura" 200
I back for repairs yesteray, acord- 4 "Viking" 300
ing to word received from Sam 5 "Caiman II 1200
Moodv, tournament chairman of 8 "Nautilus" 200

the Panama Rod and Reel Club. 11 Balboa Yacht Club Pier 625
He is at the moment trying to 12 'Who Cares" 200
make other -rrangements for fuel,' 13 "Tin Goose" 2500
when these are completed he will 14 "Tin Goose" 300
announced it. j 16 "Seri" 1200
Since there were scales aboard Also the Balboa Commissary
the barge, until further arrai.ge-platform.
ments are made, anyone goint.' Anyone out fishing without their
out to fish should be advised that; own ecrtilied scales should con con-the
the con-the following js a list of scales a jtact Marvin Chadwirk of Texaco
vailable on boats and other plac- Marine on radio frequency 2."S
es, which have been certified: for location of boats with scales.

SF Giants To Have
No Trouble Raising
Money For Stadium

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)

Tbe

Carbo Took Up Norris
Where He Left Jacobs

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is .the! ers for Mike Jacobs and, of hit", managed by Gabc Genovcsc, but
second of three parts in which j James D. Norris' International it soon became known Carbo was
NEA's Harry Grayson and Jim- Boxing Club. in the picture. Genovcse has oem.

my Breslin examine .Frankie ; Without benefit of a license ol indicted in tne current invesuga

Carbo, the undercover Mr. Dig any kind, Carbo has been able to

What with the new Yonkers
Raceway, opened tor inspection
by the press Monday night, and
the year-old Roosevelt track, new
York boasts America's most up-to-date
harness racing plants, re representing
presenting representing a total investment of

approximately ot $bu,uuu.uu

of boxing.

By HARRY GRAYSON aid
JIMMY BRESLIN

NEW YORK NE( A) Frank .Car

tion.

2ain a Dosition ot lniiuenec in rranKie negan 10 mane an mi

boxing that is unquestionablv the pression from then on. Through

strangest, nart ot tne laniasi.c iusko nc coiuroueo uir onuuie

PANAMA AMERICAN

story.

Jim Norris, for example, h.i-

said, "Frankie js a friend of mini

tie, tall corn, and fierce com proDiem oi raising money tor me .. DemDsev's Restau If I had to give up his friendshi

petition for blue ribbons lor thejnew &an francisco warns oase- rgnt on Brdadway, flicking the for the sake of promoting box i.
best jam and the tastiest sweet ball stadium was a thing of the ashes rom hjs cigar sn t;,(,y wmlld just as weM gjve up box
pickles. i P today- : wouldn't get on an expensive silk ing.'(
There is much to be said fori or George Chr.sto

aces and their ad- ihcu a v,ny ui oi rim.i.-i, "uV! he boomed to a euv who That Norris and Carbo were

County Fail

herence to old American customs.

There is plenty of roo.n both for

iew York turns out many more! the local raceways, and the vice presjden,

check for five million dollars
'Wednesday to the San Francisco

! Staoium, Inc. Alan K

was at the bar with his wife. He close is undebatable. There

came over, put a $100 hil

weight title and in 1938 the
Cleveland boys met him for the
lirst time when his new 160 j
pound champ, Freddie Steele, who
had defeated Risko, came in andj
stopped Carmen Barth.
Carbo was around the pubs
spending money as if he printed
it and nobody forgot his name
once he told it to them.

America and president of the .... .. 4 't tv.,i ,( ti, v ,'x,,! n,aH ni,L,.,l him at Rillv La Miffs Tavern or

j T 1 ; .. i u: kie mused. But I ain t r

irii;.i jnrl narinp natrons, andi Qouins and Delawares

wagers more money on their j Grand Circuit,
competitions, than does any other!
locale in the country. Yonkers offered a 2S0,00
But when it1 came to allocating I Hambletonian

the traditional features of the j According to L,ew Burton, gen along San Francjsco Bay

on the the late night at Longchamps, lor
'example, when Jim was argnine Frankie broke into the East
looks Ii a racket cuv of big leat'u? with Steele and you soon .saw

r iflii

niuwnt:, ... ., ,,,,( ., ,ir:i.

of the iBank of, ,.r.Jj:. ..uo v i,

r... ; 1 t r.UOIC Ivl.Hliril: 1 ta, lie

messed! ud a coffee Dot and slammed it1. lack White's 18 Club or other

anvmore. All into Norris lace, t he next morn-, wise on uie town

Frankie's fighters moved. First,

leason the Hambletonian Society

lent the famous Hambletonian,
8-year-old trotting classic which
used to be contested at Goshen,
N Y., back to Du Quoin, 111., for
decision Aug. 27. The United

States .WgiAlsf.-, approved.-

the Little Brown' Jifg"pace fof the
Delaware, (Ohio) County Fain in
mid-September.
Yonkers has organized a big
trotting race of its own, the Yon-

Vers at a mile arx a sixteenm,

A'hich is scheduled Aug. 5 and win
p worth at least $65,000. Yon-

Sports Briefs

eral manager of the YonKers, southern edge of the city, will

Raceway, he offered to put uplSeal 45 m fans anrj nave par;ing
$1000,000 added i'or the Hambleto-1 space ior 12,000 cars,
nian, with the, certainty that byj

1961, the race would be worth

$250,00 and put the Kentucky

erby anc pther rjeft stages 0t
le thoroughbred tracks far in

the finacial shade.
"We planned four Hambleto Hambletonian
nian Hambletonian heats in as many weeks with
16 trotters qualifying for the fi fi-al,"
al," fi-al," Burton said.
"For the big race, we were going
to charge premium admission

..1,. ...I. 1 1, 1 u f u;

, . 1 im with fiehts

Dann as trustee. tu. : ; hvin, tnnU nntu

mi -j m i 1 it I HUSfr tiUYa. lllrV WUc linn:;.- 1 nc m n imiw hahih i uwi
The newstadium, to be built Th" wmliHnM h,ve the fellow who hit Norris. When

'he i (ui- .,,;( .knnt if t hn fonnH iit uihn it was in the Steel lost to Al Hoslak. Then

lUMnuit; iu wine auvjui. x i v.u.. v. ..u. ...... -
i't arnnn'l .underworld rankings. "Carbo was Hostak lost the title to Solly Kne

Thic n th Pjrhn in nnlsiHer!a serseant the other a field mar- ger. another Carbo tiger. Then-

would meet. Frankie is a guy vou shal Frankie "could only sooth 1 Hostak came back to knock out
saw every place. At Gallagher's ; ruffled feelings. Krieger. These were the big days
or the St. Moritz or Dinty Moore's that got Frankie started. The box
in New York, the Chez Paree in This is not to say Norris was (be office was big, the belting heavy
Chicago, the' Mocambo in Holly-ionly promoter arpund with and Frankie had everthing go go-wood.
wood. go-wood. Any class joint. You would : Frankie. During Mike Jacobs' ing for him.

find him a free-spending, bocm-! reign with the L'Otn century say wnai you warn nmui mm,

ROOKIE BECOMES FATHER
INGLEWOOD. Calif. (UPI) -Stan
Williams, 6-foot, 5-inch rookie
righthander of the Los Angeles
Dodgers, became a father for the
first time Tuesday whn his wife,
Elaine, gave birth to a six-pound,
12V2-ounce boy at Daniel Freeman

kers also has arranged the $65,000 rates, with a supporting program
r ,n Momnrinl Pace, for Oct. 14,1 of real rarity. But, we were told,

.0 that, with the recently contest-i the Hambletonian could not go; Hospital.

t Messeneer at Roosevelt. New! to a half mile track. 1

York will contribute two of the In short, the Hambletonian jay STARTS TREATMENTS
three most important pacing e- Society, which was willing to let
vents the Brown Jug being rated Yonkers make up the annual de-i MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
N0 j ficit at Goshen for seven years, 1 Milwaukee Braves pitcher Joey
t' tmfiiri th Riw Throe arp with an average loss of $100,000. i Jay has been ordered to atari

Hamhletnnian the Yonkers. could not overcome its anti-New! heat treatments for the pulled

ing guy who made it a point not: Sporting Club, Carbo was openly! Eddie Borden, the Jacobs Beach
to talk about the boxing business! the boss. He would be in Jacobs' expert, points out, "but don t try
you knew he ran. (mezzanine offices at Madison, and tell me he would not make
The biggest promoters have de Square Garden blatantly throw n the best legal fight manager in
pended on Frankie for 20 vears his weightv around. And he harl the business. He knows more
and you start with the day the plenty of weight, for he got what about how to move a fighter man
late Jimmy Johnston came lip to he wanted. anybody.
him and said. "Frankie, I got to! Frankie Carbo, as a courtroom
have Babe Risko and Jock Me-: .The first time boxing took rote trial will attempt to prove. has
Avoy matched. McAvoy is okay.jof Frankie was in 1935 when Ted- been moving plenty of fighters
Can you get Risko'?' dy Yarosz lost the middleweight;
Get Risko Frankie could. The! championship to the obscure Babe NEXT: How Frankie Carbo ban ban-same
same ban-same as he was ablejo get fight-' Risko of Syracuse. Risko was dies a fighter.

the Hambletonian, the Yonkers.

and the Kentucky Futurity at
Lexington.
With its new six decker stands
and vastly improved .facilities,
Yonkers will strive for nightly a a-ferages
ferages a-ferages of 25,000 in attendance,
and $1,850,000 in mutuel betting.
Roosevelt Raceway has achieved
these figures or close to them in
the meeting now coming to a

In short. New York is the na- will shade the Hambletonian as a ZTfl !?L!?"ltCtiW IV

u ... ..(!. Wnt'Drize. and be the r rhest harness l"c .t"

3t in

York feeling. tendon in his right elbow. Jay
"Had we obtained the Hamble-1 sustained the injury in a game
tonian, trotting in New York would: against the Los Angeles Dodgers
have been speeded up five years. 1 Tuesday night. He will be re re-"But,
"But, re-"But, actually we do not' need examined Saturday.
the Hambletonian. Perhaps it is j
all the better thai Roosevelt andj ALL-STARS WORK OUT
Yonkers are forced to make their
own way. EVANSTON, 111. (UPI) The
"We are going to build up the! 1958 College AH Stars worked

Yonkers Trot so that, in time, it i out at iNorinwestern university

... '1 -PL .r ovunf in ina TTnilnH CUU.

in me seye 01 onciais w ... Snldipr Field Auff 15
lTnitH States Trotting Assn.. "Through our 104 nights of fac! i,oldler nela Aug' ly

inst which the Department of ing. closing on Nov. 25, wi will

pion Detroit Lions at Chicago's

f

I RACE FANS STRANDED

Justice rras startea action unner n-nui- cvnus wurm ,i
antitrust laws. t0Jal of more than $700.00. with NEW YORK (UPI)

The USTA has hopped on base-i."u,ou natrons netting close to mouth Park lost almost

Mon-

1,000

ball's coat tails in an effort to tow billon dollars. So, let the potential bettors Wednesday when

pain immnnitv from such laws. Hambletonian remain

under the Keating Bill, which has Quoin."

been passed by the House and;
... ,. , in h. iRoun(J l0l)m

lit Uu-;a federal court action held up
departure of an excursion boat for
the Oceanport, N. J., track. A

suit for injury had been filed
against the vessel's operator two
hours before sr i ling.

USTA Looks Down on
N.w York Tracks
As between tracks like Yonkers
and Roosevelt on one side, and the
County Fair mile ovals on the o o-ther,
ther, o-ther, harness racing finds itself

at the cross roads.

Sked Rapped

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (NEAl

I Proposals for a round robin Big:

PIRATES SIGN PITCHER
PITTSBURGH (UPI) Pitcher

! Jack Holmes of Milford, Me., has

been signed by the Pittsburgh

Pirates. Holmes has been as

Northern League.
I Beer Pipeline

oaos. rioposajs ior a rouna ronin nig cio0,, tn thft ....u.. r.anrt Fnrk.

LSTA members snd officials, Id football schedule are sharply! "m" n ,ff;iioip in tho ria. C

... .L i ll.-l. n.,1,. ..J U I ..... M T ...

Will send nOrsCS 10 me iew ion luulucu ny i iui. inanuA 1j
tracks in quest of the rich gravy.; Plant. Michigan faculty repre repre-but
but repre-but ther rarely will come here sent ative to the conference,
themselves. The association looks1 I'lant predicts that the round
rinun itc rnrnnrni no st the robin schedule now followed in

local raceways. I .thc Ivy League will not last much!
Some of tins resentment a. loiifici. In l ie Pacific ( oast 1 Q (aOlf lOUtSC

gainst New York stems from tne 11,1 1,1 1

fact that here we have state con- "Uif, tne. reni o'simegia LONDON (UPI) Dharam C
trol, with drivers and trainers, tlon' P'""1 ''unVron Wadhwa, an India-born architect

licensed by the state without too

RIDING THE RAIL More out than in their sailboat, two young salts manage to stay right
side up daring a race in the Swedish Gig Championships off Stockholm. The intrepid sea sea-rn
rn sea-rn are Bernfe Sperling, left, and Lars Tamm. Life preservers are always ready just in caa.

much regard for the hidebound

..policies of the national group.

me usta, we i.re assured, is
ichting for the rich traditions

il harness racing, which it believe

to be nuruirea not at Yonsers

nd Roosevelt, but on the county

Ir circuit, with its hay shaker

vironment and its corn tassel

tmosphere

At Du Quoin, a rural locale in r0ntacts with other DeoDle in the

linuthern Illinois, there is no of-1 rtiinlrv oavc rijnnt "Fnr na t

ficial betting. But, ith the help Michigan. such provincialism
of county fr.ir proceeds, Gene and would be most unfortunate."
Don Hayes will offer $120,000 in

the Hambletoi.ian, and the De PROSPECTS ARE BEEFY

laware (Ohio) Fair will have a

it has been "a maioi

cause of the current disintegi'a
tion," he points out.
The A ..(,.,., I ',...1.,, ..... rvrt

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posals call for expansion of the DUlm'n no,u" u t u
schedules to 10 games, nine of the 16th hole of the Wentworth i

which would be plaved annually Roi course. nu m
with other league members. Un duty to help his thirsty friends,
der the present rules, members He intends to run a beer pipe pipe-may
may pipe-may schedule nine games and are j line from his bar to the edge of
entitled to play at least six with! the green and install a telephone
other members. at the nozzle: 'My friends who
"The proposed change would j are on the last lap can ring me
mean that we withdraw into our-! up and I'M switch on."

selves ann give up our tootball

$80,000 nrht in the Little Brown
Jg.
Tne Tradiuon Boys hold that
real harness racing requires a mile
track. Yonkers and Roosevelt,
have half mile ovals. The Tra
dition Boys also insist that trot-

Inc and nacing races belong in a

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (UPI)
The 11 interior line rookie pros prospects
pects prospects gathered for "spring train training"
ing" training" by the San Francisco Forty Forty-Niners
Niners Forty-Niners range from Tom Topping's
225 pounds to George Troutman'j
265 pounds. Tonping is a tackle
from Duke and Troutman a cen-

I letting of big; squashes, prize cat- tcr from Capitol.

Cardinals Plan
Tour Of Japan
ST. LOUIS (UPI) St. Louts
Cardinal officials are making
plans to take the club for a
month long tour of Japan after
the end of the season.

General Manager Bing Devine

said Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick and National League resi

dent Warren Giles approved the
trip Wednesday. The tour will ex j
tend from mid-October to Nov. 15. 1

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TWO GAMES ONE-HANDED Demonstrating his skill in two sports, K. C Jones juggles a
football and a basketball at the Los Angeles Rams' training camp in Redlands, Calif. An All All-America
America All-America basketball nlnver for the Univ. of San Francisco, he hopes to excel in pro football.

iwtoroois.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1951
CLASSIFIEDS
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

Automobiles

7955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and whit, radio, power steering;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet 4
doors. Radio. Two tone. White Whiteside
side Whiteside wall tires. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Telephone 3-7837. usto
Arosemena Ave. 32-21.
FOR SALE: Hillman sedan,
1953 runs good, needs paint.
$300.00. 86-5135, after 4
o'clock, 86-7149 before 4
o clock.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Savoy, V-8, conventional shift.
12.000 miles, rad'io, twotone,
leatceveri. duty paid. For quick
salr $1350.00 cash. Tel. 83 83-5126
5126 83-5126 FOR SALE: Buick 51 Special,
good condition new tires. Up Upright
right Upright piano, good condition.
Wringer type, washer 25 cy.
904-C Rousseau W. Bank. Navy
3175.
JR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8 Crest Crestline
line Crestline Fordomatic, 4 door, 2 tone
qreen. White wall tires, power
brakes, seal and windows, radio
and heater. $1,000 0420-A Ve Ve-nado.
nado. Ve-nado. Ancon. Tel. 2-3203.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiae.
C778-H Williamson Place, Ba.1 Ba.1-boa.
boa. Ba.1-boa. American leaving country. 1954
Ford Cuitemlin V-8, fordor
edan, impacted, aacellent con condition.
dition. condition. 2 '.,000 wiles. Duty un unpaid.
paid. unpaid. SI, COO. Business phone
2-2123 after working hours 3 3-6784.
6784. 3-6784. FOR SALE: 1958, Ford Station
wagon, 4-door 6 pass, R-H
$2550. Qtrs. 138-A Gulick.
08-218.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oidsmobile 4
door sedan; economical 6-cylind-r.
in excellent condition with
good tires, radio and automatic
transmission, overhauled. Must
Sell $275.00 cash, house 0437,
Apt. K Frangipani St. Ancon. Tel.
2-4304.
FOR SALE: One 1950 ton
Fare! pick-up, $200.00. Gamboa
Self Club. Tel. Gamboa 190.
FOR SALI: 1951 Buick Special
ttandard transmission. Lew mile mileage,
age, mileage, ene owner. 762A Barne-
CZ Teeners
Win Fourth
Trial Game
The Canal Zone VFW All
Stars collected 11 hits, includ including
ing including two homers by Frank Am Am-mirati,
mirati, Am-mirati, to take two straight
from the Gihbstown All Stars
by a score of 9 to 5 In a game
that went six innings.
Ammlrati had four for four
M pitcher Kurt Schwarirock
had to leave the frame in the
fifth inning due to a severe
Charlie horse that required
medical treatment. Bobby For Fortune
tune Fortune took over to complete the
inning and went on to preserve
Schwarzrock's win, although
he allowed two walks and a
three-run homer.
Glbbstown's five runs came
on four hits and six walks.
They committed four errors
while the Zonians committed
two.
Reports from Gihbstown said
Kurt will be all right soon.
It was the CZ Teeners' fourth
exhibition game win in five
starts. The other game ended
irk a 1-1 tie.
CHUCKLE HEAD
DOESN'T QUALIFY HIM
GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI)
The city council turned down j
Harley Strong's application for
fire marshal) despite the follow
ing qualifications:
"I married a fireman's daugh daughter
ter daughter in Atlanta, ('.a., and for 201
years my father in law made me
go to all of the big fires."
LOSS IS UNIQUE
CHICAGO (UPI i Reynolds
Howard held a unique distinction
today.
He was the first person ever
to report the loss a bass drum.
It fell out the rear of his station
Wagon along an expressway.
FOR SALE
AIRPLANE Navion Serial
4-1609, E-185-3 engine 205 HP
160 hours since overhaul
maintained by CAA mechan mechanic.
ic. mechanic. Attract ive price. Colon
Aviation, Phones 48 or 14.

Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 90 Street No. 16, San
Francisco, Tel. 3-2457.
FOR RENT : Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent, 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Large and small
furnished apartments in Bella
Vista, Ave. Mexico 69, near
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom
apartment. Please call 3-2978.
FOR RENT: With furnished or
unfurnished one and two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. In front to the
Commercial Center. Via Fernan Fernando
do Fernando de Cordoba No. 15 Tel. 2 2-2883
2883 2-2883 or 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in El Cangrejo, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, maid room with services
and garage. Street Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro No. 48 Tel. 2-2883.
FOR RENT: Well furnished
clean, cool apartment, 4th of
July Ave. No. 19 Phone 4-0329.
FOR RENT: Apartments, cool,
quiet and attractive; one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living, dinette, etc., with
or without furniture en street
adjoining entrance to Hotel Pa
n, ma Hilton. Inquire Foto Hal Hal-con
con Hal-con in same vicinity. Telephone
3-1 179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Modern building
completely furnished, one large
bedroom, living-dining room
apartment, balconies, etc. Locat Located
ed Located on Tivoli Ave. Information
Tivoli Ave. 21A24, Apt. 7. Rent
$95.00 monthly.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, master bedroom
airconditioncd, bar, dining room,
bath, kitchen, maid's quarters.
Chile Avenue No. 22. Call 3 3-061
061 3-061 1.
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment in new building,
creened, ventilation on three
sides, large balcony on 4th of
July Avenue. Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army inspected, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, kitchen and bath, $65.00.
Inquire, janitor at No. Tl-132,
4th of July Avtnue or phone
Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Furnished' or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment from $40.
Via Porras No. 101, phone 3 3-2568.
2568. 3-2568. FOR RENT: -Two modern "Du "Duplex''
plex'' "Duplex'' apartment, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room. One fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Campo Alegre. Phones
2-2341 3-3379.
FOR RENT: One room furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, kitchinette, in Bel Bella
la Bella Vislti, air-conditioned. Single
$45.00. Phone 3-6090.
WANTED
WANTEP TO RENT: Couple,
no children need house or apart apartment
ment apartment with character, modern or
old fashioned, large living or living-dining
room, minimum two
bedrooms, in town or country.
Box 4365, telephone 3-6372.
Panam.t, Monday on.
Rooms
FOR RENT: : Campo Alegre,
nicely furnished, cool room, pri private
vate private bath, delicious meals if de desired.
sired. desired. Call 3-1789.
Houses
FOR RENT: Large house, 3
bedrooms, independent servants'
quarters, spacious grounds. Tel.
3-7307.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet, 2
bedrooms, maid's room, over overlooking
looking overlooking Panama Golf Club, La
Carrasquilla No. 533. $80.00.
Miguel Hive Phone 3-4844
3-1 130.
FOR RENT: To responsible
couple, attractive completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet in Campo Alegre,
for months September October.
Call 3-4911 office hours. 3 3-0868
0868 3-0868 after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Spacious comfort comfortable
able comfortable chalet in Campo Alegre, 4
bedrooms, two baths, beautiful
livingriom end diningroom,
porch, kitchen, maid's room with
service independent, fenced, ga garage,
rage, garage, and laundry. For informa information
tion information call to 3-1 184.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
(wo bedroom, Santuario Nacional
No. 4, Campo Alegre, Tel. 3-2795.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE tSf OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 37 "If" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCtAS
NTERNAL. OK PUBLIC ACIONIS No. 3 Lotterv Plaza CASA ZALDO Ontial Ave. 45 I.OUKDKS PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla FARMAC1A LOM LOM-HARDO
HARDO LOM-HARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. c J St. g LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER .IIS 50 Street No. 33 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Perque Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 MOVED ADES A THIS
Beside the Bella vista Theatre.

Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages end Large)
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Crittobal 3-1673.
HI-FI RECORDS
CLASSICAL POPULARS JAZZ
33 13 R.P.M.
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. No. 6 A
.New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nlte until 9:00 p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANY
RECORD YOU WISH.
Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW II Rates
Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
reserve life insurance policy
similar to your old NSLI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
low NSLI rates charged by the
Government during; W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
ages.
No obligation, tear out this
ad and mail it today with your
name, address, date of birth
and age 'to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., P. O. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.
8 DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Fri.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The New
S P
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
Panama Colon
Drivers School
Established For
Military Personnel
Thirty students from the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, will
begin classes at Fort Clayton
Aug. 8, marking the start of the
U.S. Army Caribbean Drivers'
Training School.
The newly established school
will be made available to all mi military
litary military personnel assigned in the
Panama area, whether or not they
possess a military drivers' license.
Classes will run for two weeks
and will be broken down into 36
hours of classroom instructions
and 44 hours on the road.
A maximum of 30 students will
he accepted for each class, which
will he conducted by Sfcs Charles
P. Williams and Chrlei Froum.

Miscellaneous

COME! HURRY! COME!
Just received large shipment art
porcelain wares, big bowls, vases,
i flower post, platers etc; beauti beauti-f
f beauti-f u II carved large brass trays,
bowls. Gongs, many new styles
furniture, baskets and novelties.
GRAND DISPLAY AT LUM'S
40 J. F. de la Ossa Ave. 11.
FOR SALE: Porcelain refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, television, tables, chairs,
book-case, piano, rifle bino binoculars,
culars, binoculars, movie camera. 762A Bar Bar-nebey.
nebey. Bar-nebey. FOR SALE: Treasure Hunters!!
Metal locator. Must Sacrifice.
Coco Solo 490.
FOR SALE: Power tools-Band
Saw, Bench Saw, and jointer
Planner Mounted on one stand
with 2 Motors Vi h.p. Price
$100.00. Will not sell separately.
House 8 190-A Margarita. Phone
3-1705.
UST ARRIVED
Assortment of Musical
Instruments and Accessories.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.,
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-29
Tel. 2-1905
FOR SALE: Must move now.
1949 Mercury, duty paid, 1 single
bed spring and mattrex. Dresser,
buffet, chairs, table, electric
memeograph machine, electric
meat slicer, "Sump" bump, va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaner, 25 cycle washing
machine. House 5775-A Diablo,
near commissary. Phone 2-3795.
FOR SALE: Relaxacier with
pads and beauty belts $140.00.
83-7288.
Call To Testify
In Gambling Case
Puzzles Marx
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Herberf
(Zeppo) Marx, youngest of the
famous Marx brothers, was puz puzzled
zled puzzled ittpday over why he was sub sub-peonaea
peonaea sub-peonaea to testify in an Indiana in investigation
vestigation investigation of a nationwide gamb gambling
ling gambling syndicate.
The former straight man of the
Marx brothers enmedy team ac accepted
cepted accepted a subpeona by appointment
with U. S. Treasury agents yester
day in the office of ills attorney,
Laurence Beilenson.
Both Marx and Beilenson re refused
fused refused to comment on possible, tes tes-tirnony
tirnony tes-tirnony before the federal iand
juyy later this month.
Earlier, Marx, who left the
comedy team to become a
theatrical agent, said he was
"dumfounded" at being sought as
a witness in the probe of a gamb gambling
ling gambling combine said to have operat
ed out of Terre Haute, Ind., last
year.
U. S. District Attorney Don A.
Tahbert said in Indianapolis that
most of the persons served were
wanted as witnesses only and do
not face charges.
Chrysler Purchases
French Automobile
Stock From Ford
DETROIT (UPI) Chrysler
Corp. today announced it has
bought Ford Motor Co.'s 15.2 per
cent interest in Simca, the largest
non-government owned passenger
car manufacturer in France.
Chrysler said it has entered in into
to into an agreement for the "cooper "cooperative
ative "cooperative development of world mar markets
kets markets for Chrysler and Simca
products in the United States and
Canada.
Ford's share in the large French
manufacturer of small cars, diesel
trucks, farm tractors and agri agricultural
cultural agricultural equipment was 443,973
shares.
The terms of the deal were not
announced.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE

TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND QHILE
S.S. "SALAVERRY" August 3
M.V. "POTOS1" August 8
TO I'NITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA Gt'AIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 tons)
(Air-Conditioned) Sept. 26
TO UNITED KINGDOM"DIRECT
S.S. "KENUTA" August 7
S.S. "COTOPAXi" ; August 15
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTDHOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO N'QRTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" August 12
SS. "DIEMERDYK" August 21
TO I KCONTINENT
S.S. "D4I,ERnvK" AniMist n
S.S. "DONGEDYK" August 24
M.I, SAILINGS SUB.IECTrT70 CHANGE WITHOITT NOTICE
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Mahogany furniture
including double bed, tables,
magazines stand, chest ond other
pieces; also mirror, cupboard,
Peruvian leather table, coffee
tables, metal stand with tile table,
metal vase, table lamps, end
tables, teakwood picture frame
and other items. All items are
property of two decedent's es estates.
tates. estates. Furniture will be on dis display
play display at Transposes Baxter (Ru (Ru-desheim's)
desheim's) (Ru-desheim's) warehouse, Calle J.
de la Ossa, nex to Goodyear, off
Fourth of July Avenue from 9
a.m. to noon, Saturday, August
2, 1958. Bids will be accepted
through August 9, 1958 in writ writing
ing writing at the place of exhibition or
by mail to the executor: W. J.
Sheridan, Jr., P. O. Box No. 98,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE: 3 prs. match-stick
bamboo draw drapes, with 6 cor cornices,
nices, cornices, $50, mahogany buffet and
China closet combinet, $35, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany server $15, Axminster
rug 9x12, $20, Phone Balboa 2 2-2584.
2584. 2-2584. FOR SALE: Chinese rug blue,
9x6, $395.00 masland rug rose,
$85.00 9x15, Regina electric
floor waxer $25.00, electric ice
freexer, 4qt., $18.00. House
172-B Gamboa. Telephone Gam Gamboa'
boa' Gamboa' 745.
FOR SALE: Rug gray tweed 1 2x
15 with foam rubber under rug
SI 50.00 slide trombone, selmer
$50.00, Spanish course, cortina
complete with phonograph records
and books $20.00. Phone 3 3-5709.
5709. 3-5709. FOR SALE: Household Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood double bed frame and
springs. Reclining chair and
stool, Kodascope 8mm proyector
and several other items. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: American made ma mahogany
hogany mahogany drop leaf dining table
teats eight extended with four
mahogany chairs $90. Large
white leather covered desk or
dresser with glass top, made in
Paraguay $50. Phone Panama
2- 2123 or after buiinesa hours
3- 6784.
Study Of Law Wins
Freedom For Man
Convicted Oi Murder
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (UPI)
A 17 -year study of law behind bars
won freedom from a life sentence
today for a 49-year-old man who
was convicted of taking part in a
Sing Sing Prison break in which
three men were killed.
District Attorney Joseph Gali Gali-ardi
ardi Gali-ardi moved for dismissal of the
first degree murder indictment
against William Wade because
there were "no witnesses avail available
able available to me after 17 years to pros
ecute this indictment."
Judge Hugh Coyle agreed to the
dismissal "regretfully and with a
heavy heart."
Wade won a new trial after ap appealing
pealing appealing three times to state courts
and once to the U.S. Court of Ap Appeals.
peals. Appeals. He charged in his petitions,
argued by court appointed attor attorney
ney attorney Philip Potter, that state po police
lice police had beaten him and forced a
confession.
Wade was convicted of aiding
in a prison break in 1941 that re resulted
sulted resulted in the death of a police policeman,
man, policeman, a prison guard and a con convict.
vict. convict. He was arrested as one of four
"outside men" who helped plot
the breakout. The second man
caught, Edward Kiernan, also was
sent to prison. The other two men
never were identified.
One of the three convicts who
made the break was killed in a
gunbattle with police. The two
others were caught and died in
the electric chair.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Residence in 53
street El Cangrejo $28,000. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished completely, R. Maduro T.
Has mortage.
FOR SALE: Three bedroom
house 105 First Street Las Cum Cum-bres.
bres. Cum-bres. Key available adjacent
house. Best offer. Phone 25 25-3121.
3121. 25-3121. Dogs
At stud: AKC registered, cham champion
pion champion sired Toy Boston Terrier just
out of quarantine. No kin to any
local Boston, Fee cr pup. 2471 -A,
Cocoli. Navy 3165.
Lieutenant Begins
Second Tour Of Duly
With Carib Army
First Lt. John W. King, assign assigned
ed assigned to Headquarters and Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters Coma!y, 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry at Fort Kobbe, is
starling his secono tour of duty
in the United States Army Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. A native of Birmingham, Ala.,
he boasts eight years active duty,
part of which was served at Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe with the 33rd Infantry fore forerunner
runner forerunner of the 20th. His assignment
was, with that unit's headquarters
company, housed in the same
building as its successor, where
ne is now the executive officer.
"Quite a few changes have taken
)iace since 1 was last here," he
commented. "Post Headquarters
used to be in Hangar Number
Two and the commander was Col.
Elegar."
In those days, some units, upon
completion of training at lhe
Junkie Warfare Training Center,
Ion Sherman, marched back a a-cross
cross a-cross the Isthmus, Such was the
cafe with the famed "I and R
Platoon" smd King spoke of one
such march Operation Gold Road
lasting for about 12 days.
Among the changes noted are
the new post chapel and the new
units. "In addition," he said, "we
used to work only a half day, but
in those days, there were a great
many more men here.'
King is a combat veteran and
holds a battlefield commision. Dur During
ing During World War II, he served with
the Coast Guard at various as
signments including one on an
anti-submarine patrol.
A graduate of Howard College
in Birmingham, Ala., he is mar married
ried married and resides at Fort Kobbe
with his wife, Catherine, and their
four chldren, John, David, Timo Timothy
thy Timothy and Cathy.
THE PROMOTION of Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, formerly com commanding
manding commanding general, U.S. Army Car Caribbean,
ibbean, Caribbean, to the rank of lieutenant
general was announced today He
left this command late in May and
now is serving as commandant of
the National War College, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D C. Harrold, a member
of the class of 1925 at West. Point,
has been commanding general of
the Japan Logistical Command,
the 10th Infantry Division, the 8th
Infantry Division and the III
Corps. His World War II service
included duty in the European
Theater of Operations where hp
commanded Combat Command A
of the 9th Armored Division.
WHO Sends Doses
Of Cholerp Vaccine
For Nepal Outbreak
GENEVA, Switzerland (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The World Health Organization
said today it is shipping 25,00(1
doses of cholera vaccine to Nepal
where it reported cholera has just
broken out for the first time since
the beginning of the century.
A WHO ommunique termed
the cholera situation throughout
Asia "the most serious in years."
So far this year, WHO said, there
have been 48,729 cholera cases
and 20,687 cholera deaths in the
area including India, East Pakis Pakistan,
tan, Pakistan, Thailand. Cambodia and
Burma.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ,
PHONE BALBOA 3709
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet. Call 3-1407.
We wish to invite our customers
to see out new store "Almacen
El Trebol" on Central Avenue
across way from Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad Station. See new merchandise
from Europe. Rebeca Leggiere,
Raquel de Allara.
WANTED: Kardex files, 12 to
20 trays Contac Peikard, Zona
Libre, Telephone 1920 to 1923,
Colon,
WANTED: Used lefthanded
ladies golf clubs. Call Balboa
2663.
WANT TO PLACE: Desire day
work. Excellent references. Phone
Balboa 1794.
Domestic Employment
Family in Gamboa require good
maid must speak English and
sleep in. Call Gamboa 6-226.
HEW Department
Gets Third Head
Since Founding
WASHINGTON (UPI) Arthur
S. Fleming, until recently presi president
dent president of Ohio Wesleyan University,
was sworn today as secretary of
Health, Education and Welfare at
a brief White House ceremony.
Supreme Court Justice Charles
E. Whittaker, wearing his black
robe, administered the oath.
President Eisenhower comment commented,
ed, commented, "Well, it's good to have you
back with us," in handing Flem Flem-ming
ming Flem-ming his commission of office.
Flemming, 53, formerly waa a
member of the Civil Service Com Com-mission
mission Com-mission -ind later defense mo mo-bnizerTf
bnizerTf mo-bnizerTf --' ?;
In succeeding" Marion B. Fol Fol-som,
som, Fol-som, who resigned, Flemming be becomes
comes becomes the third .head of the De Department
partment Department of Health, Education
and Welfare since it was created
in 1953.
Flemming attended his first
cabinet meeting as a secretary
just before he was sworn in.
DIABLO HTS.
Sat. Matinee 2:00 p.m.
"Oh Susanna" & Serial
7:00
"THAT NIGHT"

G A T U N
Sat. Matinee 2:00 p.m.'
"Creature From The
Black Lagoon"
7:00
'.'THE MONOLITH
MONSTERS"

BALBOA M5

NOW THE SKIES ROAR AS NEVER BEFORE'

BOMBER
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IVjMMCeiee .... Wamm o. .......

UIBCBM Minum TrnrmM irriratrrrtm teu .,

COCO SOLO
Sat. Matinee 2:00 p.m.
'Frontier Investigator"
and Serial
?:00
Ray Milland
Barry Jones
"THE SAFECRACKER"
SANTA CRUZ
7 :0
Richard Widmark
Richard Todd
"SAINT JOAN"

Bilingual secretary with good
knowledge of both English and

Spanish. Inquire in person at
Upiohn Overseas Corporation,
Colon Free Zone. Only experienc
ed persons need apply.
WANTED: Radio and T.V.
technician. Write P.O. Box. 3122
giving experienc and address.
Young lady for sales and service
of small electrical appliances in
estableshed store; must be bilin
gual, active, alert and enthusiastic
for this type of work. Please tend
photograph and letter with detaili
of education, experience and re
ferences to "Appliance Saleslady"
P. O Box 94 Panama, R. P.
SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1. ere
cleaning of motor S4.
cart S6. Auto-BaSo, Trent-tith
mian Highway near Seara.
TELEVISION SERVICI
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You get service the tame day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phono
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Lesson
An intensive SPANISH COURSI
for English-speaking people will
be held at UNIVERSITY OF PA PANAMA
NAMA PANAMA from August 4 to Sep September
tember September 26 on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday. MORN MORNING
ING MORNING CLASSES: Beginners: 9;
Advanced: 10 (no intermediate).
EVENING CLASSES: Beginners:
5:30; Intermediate: 6:30; Ad Advanced:
vanced: Advanced: 7:30. Emphasis en con conversation.
versation. conversation. Registration open.
LOST: White parrakeet. Name
Winkie. Call Curundu 83-7139
or house No. 2 100-A. Reward,
M. B. Justine Bex Curundu 396
C. Z.
1l?iJiKN (UPI) :fj
Commerce Department repoj n
yesterday that manufacture
sales and new orders rose 2 jv
cent from May to June, but ii
mained 8 per cent below J' ,1
1957. New orders in June amr i
ed to about $26 billion, compr i
with $27.5 billion last June, the jj
partment said.

1H1B

EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES
AND RECEPTIONIST
Required by International Sales Organization
with headquarters in Panama. Secretaries must have con considerable
siderable considerable office experience, shorthand in English and
Spanish. Submit application outlining education, employ employment
ment employment experience, references and photograph, which will
be returned. Write to Box No. 4147, Panama.

SERVICE CENTER THEATRES TODAY!

GAMBOA
Sat. Matinee 6:15
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Walla" & Serial
8:15
Joel McCrea
Mark Stevens
"GUNSIGHT RIDGE'
MARGARITA
Sat. Matinee 2:00 p.m.
"Ricochet Romance"
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6:15, 8:10
"THE GIRL MOST
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Milton Eisenhower's Three-Point Program
Aims At Closer US-Central American Links

WASHINGTON, Aug. 2
tour of Latin America, says

are firm friends of the United States.
But at the same time the President s brother sounded a "note of urgency" in
unveiling a three-point program designed to bind this country and its southern
neighbors closer together.
Eisenhower, president of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, was greeted
by the President when he arrived at the airport here last night.
He issued a statement from the Wh ite House about a half hour later, setting
forth the recommendations.
He made the tour after angry outbr eaks of violence against Vice-president
Richard M. Nixon during Nixon's recent tour of South America.

Hp urged the United Stales to i
consider- ,
'The imperative neen in
bankable loans not grants in
vprv rountrv visited.
The response which I believe
the United States should 'make to
the appeal of Latin American na nations
tions nations for more stable relationships
between raw commodity prices
and the prices, of manufactured
products.
-"The urgent and immediate
need to bring about throughout
the hemisphere a clear, accurate
understanding of United Slates pn-
licies, purposes, programs, and ca-
natalities."
Eisenhower said friends of the
llni.j States in Latin America
"do not intend to permit a tiny
-.i,;fU f rnnsmrators and a
few misguided associates or
such conspirators to confuse
and divide us."
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country "must shore up its p i
cies and programs with respect
to Latin America, it is .lust as ps
sential that all our neighbors to
the south reexamine
their po
July Farm Prices
Dropped Slightly

WASHINGTON (UPI) Farm authorize new programs ol direct knowledge of mathenatical short short-prices
prices short-prices dropped slightly last month federal loans to build college '. cuts is needed by these workers
under the impact of larger sup- classrooms and low cost rental because they handle expensive
plies. housing for elderly persons. The! metal pipe costing as much as
The Agriculture Deartmciil's over-all cost of the measure in $1,100 a foot and weld valves
monthly price report showed grants, loans and other aid would which cost $35,000 in a four-inch
prices eceived by farmers for be more than two billion dollars, size," Schoemonn said,
crops and livestock in mid July Federal Housing Chief Albert M.i Any mistake with such higlv
were four-ten hs of one per cent Cn,e hgd J h President I Pncpd P'Pe w.ould, send lot
iinHov Iraca nf miri.Iimo hit unc x in rtnov nntun no nraitl nn nn nftl

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the second consecutive decline aft
er a 30-day leveling off period and
tlx months of steadily rising
prices.
Prices paid during .July for com commodities
modities commodities and services, ncluding
interest, taxes, and farm wage
rates, were the same as in June.
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s'ales
I know they will." he said.
Eisenhower said the absence
of any hostile incidents during
his tour "may have confounded
those who were looking for
sensational headlines."
"But he said ''this very cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance enabled us. calmly and
rahnnallv tn accomplish nrpeisrlv
what we set out to do."
This aim, he said, was to gain j
"a new perspective" on Central 1
America and find "a basis for de-
termining whether new approach-
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WASHINGTON (UPI)
The
House Banking Committee has
ignored heavv hints of a presi-

dential veto and voted to greatly Union President Peter T Sehoe Sehoe-expand
expand Sehoe-expand the federal role in en- mann said the plumbers .who
couraging housing construction help build atomic projects oil re refineries
fineries refineries and giant chemical labs
and slum clearance. need to know about subjects like
A hill approved, 18 3. by the trigonometry,
committee vesterdav also would, "Basic scientific grounding and

Eisenhower might veto the legis-

lation if it reached his desk in it?1 lals 5alu' lne i-i""-a-niui M'pe
present fVm I is uSed to conduct stesm from
atomic furnaces.

When a subcommittee approved
iii.urr aiuvru
the measure last Thursday, Cole
said it was a "Christmas tree
loaded with something for every-
wnii .itniiriniiif; jui rvtiv-

bodv" which the taxpayer would ''yc-
have to finance. 1,shed sPeclal ,$cthoo' or'd, ha(s
quired trained teachers to trans-
The bill would increase federal mit, tf chnical knowledge in a way
slum clearance spending in theitnat tne workingman can under under-next
next under-next two years to one billion dol-ista, ,
lars-more than double the rate e P"!" wa conceived by
proposed by the administration. ,he ,alle ,Ma,rt'r P' Durk.n former
It would lower minimum down Ps.dent of the union and secre

payments requireed of purchasers
o' medium or higher priced hous
ing under the FHA mortgage in-
surance program. The minimum
down-payment of $1,975 now re
quired for a $20,000 home would,
would, for example, be cut to!
$158
The bill also would set p an
pnlirnlv nrw nrnnram (n nnnjrlfU
low down payment financing for
hnmo hn'nrt- in rMi(lrt i tk
home buyers in addition to the
r HA and GI housing programs.
It would do this hy setting up a
quasi government corporation tn
provide insurance of conventional
home mortgage loans.
MISSILEMAN Just approved
by the An Kone is this riis riis-tinrtivr
tinrtivr riis-tinrtivr new insignia (nr Itir
mf n who u ill man lts Rrfnvin)j
missile srjiifirlmm Thr emblem, i
a small silvei badge which u ill
be worn nn the left breast,
pocket, depicts a musile rising!
vertically to penetrate a cluster
of four small stars The Air
force expects to begin riistrih-
uting the insignia to qualifying
missile members by Aug. i. J
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, AUG S
High I,ow
6:12 a.m. 12:12 a.m.
6:25 p.m.

Eisenhower, back from a 20-day
of the leaders and peoples there

...
cs in our policies and programs
might strengthen relations among
us."
Plumbers Union
Schedules Seminar
On Latest Methods
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A labor
union will conduct a seminar this
month to disseminate the latest
methods of teaching trigonometry
and thermodynamics to plumbers
a"d P'Pe 'Iters.
The United Association of Jour-
neymen and Apprentices in the
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Indus-
try of the United Slates and Can
ada is a trade union with aca-
! demic leanings. It will sponsor a
week's briefing for 400 instructors
starting Aug. U at Purdue Uni University,
versity, University, Lafayette, Ind.
The instructors from vocational
and union schools across the na-
tion will then pass on the 'tips
to workers so they can ply their
trade in the atomic age.
"V .-'..TV ..,"' ,1 "V -'
Schoemann said it's quite a job
, , .. . ..
lcaL." u e u,,e u
.V. Idling w yjuiiiue. wm, iy
have had to quit school at an
, .i-U
tary of labor for a brief period in
1953.
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UN Police Force
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Sena!e
rCa I1T
today overwhelmingly
rmed an earlier decision to
put Congress on record as favor favoring
ing favoring creation of a permanent United
Nations emergency police force.
The H6-14 vote nailed down the
Senate's voice vote approval last
week of a resolution by Sen. John
J. Sparkman (D-Ala.) urging the
potice torce.
The follow-op vote was necessary
because sponsors of the measure
last week neglected to put a
"clincher" on the action. This is
done by moving to reconsider an
action and then killing the motion.
Sen. William H Jenner (R-Ind 1
who took advantage of the over
sight by railing for reconsideration
of the measure, uiged its defeat
today in a strongly-worded at attack
tack attack on the dangers of United
Nations military forces. But the
Senate settled the issue hy tabling
.lenner's reconsideration move.
Only two Democrats Sens.
James O. Eastland (Miss.) and J.
Allen Frear, Jr. (Del.) and 1
nlher Republicans voted with Jen

npr. more than $700,000 in cashier's
The resolution now goes to thetand treasurer's checks that never
House. I WPre cashed."

Segregationist Kasper Plans To Confer With Klan
Friends Before Taking Any Action On Integration

ATLANTA (UPI) Racist John
Kasper emerged from prison Fri
day and announced plans to re
some his self proclaimed mis
smn to preserve segregation.
The 28 year old Kasper was re released
leased released after serving eight months
of a one year sentence for con contempt
tempt contempt of federal judge's anti
agitation order in Tennessee. The
sentence wa reduced for good be behavior.
havior. behavior. Kasper said with a smile thai
he had been "treated fine" in
prison. "The only trouble was it
was completely integrated," he
commented.
Kasper said he probably would
resume his segregation activities
in Memphis. Memphis State Col

Versatile
WoodyGone
OverScenery
By GEORGE G. THOMAS

Band Leader Woody Herman
and his Third Herd came into
town yesterday for a three-day
stand on the Isthmus.
During cocktails at the
Agewood Bohio on the Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian highway noon yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, when genial Woody and
members of his band met the
press and radio boys, the famous
musician said among other
things that he was very
impressed with the beautiful
scenery of Panama and that on
leaving here for another stand
in Caracas, Venezuela, he and
members of the "Third Herd
would he taking many happy
recollections of Panama and' its
people and the warm welcome
that they received."
U. S. Ambassador Julian
Harrington, also attended the
first function held here for
Herman. Other members of the
U.S. Embassy staff were also
present.
The dapper maestro who
celebrates his birthday May 16th,
said that he is now entering his
21st year as a band leader and at
45 he is "still l.n top form" which
was evident by his winning
personality despite the very few
hours of rest between the band's
arrival and the press party.
A versatile musician, Woody
who stands 5 ft. 8-Vb In- and
weights 148 claims that "cir "circumstances
cumstances "circumstances made the Clarinet
his favorite instrument", and
hopes that the fifteen-week tour
which will take the band to
several Latin American countries
would in a measure demostrate
effectively American culture
throueh musie.
Smilingly Herman quipped
"after all when a guy has
a daughter ready to enter
college, he is really getting on
in years." His life, he comment commented
ed commented is one long note, as he has
been in the show business since
he was nine years old-in the
good old vaudeville days.
The show at the Rio Theater
in Rio Abajo is slated to get
underway at 8:30 p.m. to tonight
night tonight and the third and last
performance of the Third Herd
combination is scheduled for the
Rex Theater on the Atlantic side
tomorrow.
The band Is a somewhat cos cosmopolitan
mopolitan cosmopolitan outfit, that is, six
members are of Italian descent,
one French and the others are
American. Another feature is
that the only female member of
the aggregation is the vocalist.
Goldfine Contempt
Charges Regarded
As Not Too Serious
BOSTON (UPI) Attorney Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence R. Cohen said in a letter
made public Thursday that the
contempt charges facing industri industrialist
alist industrialist Bernard Goldfine were less
serious than what possibly could
have resulted if he bad answered
all "irrelevant" questions put to
him hy a congressional subcom
mittee.
The lcttr, written July 14, was
released by Cohen's associate, at attorney
torney attorney Samuel P.' Sears.
It was in response to a memo
made public by Washington altor
j ney Roger Robb in which he ae-
cused the Boston lawyers of ad
vising Goldfine to "tell the com committee
mittee committee to go to hell."
All three attorneys were re
tained by Goldfine when he ap appeared
peared appeared before the House subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee on legislative oversight
which was probing his relations
with Presidential Assistant Sher-
i man Adams
Cohen said he and Sears had
advised Goldfine not to answer ir irrelevant
relevant irrelevant questions on the industri industrialist's
alist's industrialist's financial transactions. The
advice, he said, was given in
softer language than telling the
committee to "go to hell."
Cohen said Rohb's advice to an answer
swer answer such questions had led Gold-
fine to the trouble he is in lociav
; nn the question of the check
lege is expected to receive Is
first Negro applicants this fall.
In Memphis, Police Commission
er Claude Armour said o' Kas Kas-per's
per's Kas-per's plans: "We don't need John
Kasper's help. We feel qualified to
handle our own affairs and don't
need any outside interference."
Kaspr had been scheduled
originally to be released from
prison in Tallahassee, Fla. He
was transferred to the maximum
security U.S. Penitentiary here
when authorities learned that his
Ku Klux Klan supporters planned
a "welcome out" celebration in
Tallahassee.
Those left waiting in vain for
his appearance in Tallahassee in
eluded James (Catfish) Cole, of

50 Missing As Ammo Dump
Blows Up In Rio de Janeiro

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 2 -(UPI)
A chain of explosions,
possibly set off by saboteurs, rip ripped
ped ripped through an ammunition dump
in suburban Deodoro today, kill
ing an undetermined number of
soldiers and civilians and causing
millions oi dollars damage.
Some 50 persons were unac unaccounted
counted unaccounted for in the blast area. Ma Many
ny Many others were reported injured
and thousands of persons living
nearby fled in terror.
Maj. Gen. Jair Dantas, com commander
mander commander of the lit Infantry Di Division,
vision, Division, said at least 12 of the
50 underground magazines mak making
ing making up the dump had been re reduced
duced reduced to rubble.
Dantas said military authorities!
suspect that blast was an act ef
sabotage.
The Deodoro blasts were tragi tragically
cally tragically similar to the explosiou nf
an ammunition-loaded truck con
voy two years ago in Cali, Co'om Co'om-bia.
bia. Co'om-bia. The Cali blast killed about
1000 persons and demolished part
of the city.
The Deodoro blasts' flattened a
number of homes near the Vila Vila-valquere
valquere Vila-valquere air base. It was feared
that some residents were ouripd
in the wreckage of their homes
Garment Workers
Have Free-For-AII
Leaving Them Naked
SPARTANBURG, S. C. (UP!
Feuding female workers at an un-j
dergarment factory yesterday en
gaged in a clothes ripping iree
for-all that left several of them
"nearly naked."
Police planned to post a puard i
on the plant when i' reopened to-1
day to prevent another outoreak'
of the squabble between union and
non-union employes.
Police Chief A. W. Erzbergeri
said the fight began at quitting)
time yesterday afternoon when one
woman grabbed another's pony
tail and threw her to the ground.
"When I arrived, blouses, skirts
and brassieres were lying all over;
the place," Erzberger said, "and
some of the women were standing
around in nothing but their panties.
"Two wqmen were roiimg
around on the ground, really slug slugging
ging slugging it out. Several others were
paired off, still fighting."
The chief said he broke up the
skirmishes that were still gnir.j;
on, and that he planned to .sign i
warrants against some of the wo-1
men. He also was investigating
a report by some of the 14 non nonunion
union nonunion workers at the plant that
they have received threatening j
telephone calls and have been "in "insulted
sulted "insulted and pushed around" by un
ion members.
The plant employs about 71 wo women,
men, women, Erzberger said, and the two
groups have been feuding since
the factory opened about a year
ago.
"I had heard that something
like this was about to happen,"
he added, "and I've been keep keeping
ing keeping a pretty close check on the
place."
Snappy Sign Traps
Bad Check Passers
OKMULGEE, Okla. (UPI)
With a flair for the unusual,
three bogus check passers from
Tulsa, Okla., rode through Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas and Oklahoma this week in a
car equipped with an eyecatcher.
Now, they wish they hadn't.
Merion Earl Forster, 20, Alfred
Earl Foster, 20, and Clarence
Lorenzo Turner, 23, outwitted ser service
vice service station attendants in Ff.
Smith, Ark., and three Oklahoma
cities Bartlesville, Okmulgee
and Tulsa.
They succeeded in cashing
fony checks totaling $700.
But two of their victims re remembered
membered remembered the eyecatcher.
They told authorities about a
sign on the hack of the check
I passers' car.
It read; "If you can read this,
you're too damn close."
And police were close enough
to nab them.
Marion. S.C., whose attempt re-1
ceimy 10 iniiu a ivian rany in
North Carolina was broken up by
a tribe of angry Indians.
"I'm going irst to Tallahassee
and confer with my friends down
there before deciding where I will
locate and exactly what 1 will
do." said Kasper.
Kasper was sent to prison for
defying an anti-agitation order at
Clinton, Tenn., where he fougnt
integration of the high school in
the fall of 19S6. He is still under
11,000 bond on another charge
filed in Clinton, and also faces
charges of inciting a riot last'
year when the i irst grades at
Nashville, Tenn., city school were
integrated.

The first explosion occurred just
after midnight, setting of a chain
reactions; of blasts that rumbled
and thundered through the rest
of the night.
At 5:15 a.m. a magazine con containing
taining containing 105-mm shells blew up
with almost the force of an a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic bomb and quiet fell over
the area. Troops continued to
guard the approaches 'o the
dump, fearing that more maga magazines
zines magazines might go.
When the explosions wer? al
their worst, in the darkness be

fore dawn, an area 2 V'a miies
square was threatened by blast
and fire.
By 8 a.m. disaster control and
local authorites were urging re re-lugees
lugees re-lugees to return to their homes.
During the night, Rio authorities
sent a convoy of city-owned cars
and trucks to evacuate Deodoro
and nearby Albuquerque.
In all, some 8000 persons left
their homes.
Vice Adm. Orlando Diaz Amar Amar-al
al Amar-al broadcast an appeal to all doc doctors
tors doctors and ambulance drivers in the
Rio area, urging them to volun
teer for emergency duty.
Prisoners in a police station
more than three miles from the
ammunition dump were moved to
a more distant station becauss au
thorities teared that blast damage
might make it possible for them
to escape.'
The continuing blasts and the
heat of the icires they set made
it impossible for firemen to
fight the flames. One fire truck
near the center of the blast a a-rea
rea a-rea was buried by earth and
falling debris. The fate of its
crew could not be determined
immediately.
The Brazilian 1st Army's entire
stock of 75 milimeter shells went
up in 'smoke, and magazines cont containing
aining containing shells of other caliber caliber-were
were caliber-were at least partially destroyed.
At dawn, tires started by the
blast spread to a nearby housing
project where at least 16,000 per persons
sons persons live. Several homes were re reported
ported reported ablaze.
Troops of the 1st Infantry Divi Division
sion Division cordoned off the area, boli
ing unauthorized persons oui of
the danger zone.
Edward V. Brown,
Ex-Atlantic Sider
Dies In California
Word has been received of the
sudden death of Edward V.
Brown on July 25, at San Ga Gabriel,
briel, Gabriel, Cal.
Mr. Brown was a former em employe
ploye employe of the Panama Canal for
many years and a long-time res resident
ident resident nf the Atlantic side.
He was employed in the refri refrigeration
geration refrigeration department of the Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division as an electrician
at Mount Hope until his retire retirement
ment retirement in 1945. A ter his retirement
he and his family made their
home in San Gabriel at 3346
North Eckart Street. He was a
veteran of World War I, having
served in the Navy, first as CP
then later as a lieutenant. He was
a member of the Masonic orders
and the Shrine in the States.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Mollie Brown; two sons.
Robert of Temple City, Cal., and
Clifton, of Richmond, Va., ten
grandchildren and one-great-granddaughter.
Services were held in San Ga Gabriel.
briel. Gabriel. Arctic-Bound Blimp
Delayed In Akron
AKRON, Ohio (UPI) Officials
said today a Navy blimp en route
to the North Pole for Arctic ex experiments
periments experiments would be held here at
least another day pending im improved
proved improved weather conditions.
The blimp, carrying 14 crew
members and scientists, was de de-toured
toured de-toured here by bad weather over
Canada. The craft was landed
Thursday after remaining aloft
Wednesday night until landing
crews could be assembled.
Kasper said he expected his
next trial would begin in about a
month.
"I am looking forward to trial
of charges against me in Nash Nashville,"
ville," Nashville," he said. "The real issue
there is exposure of the real
leaership who were as much to
blame for integration as the fed federal
eral federal courts.'
Kasper also announced plans to
begin a "new political movement
not a political party but a whole
way of life," based on the doc doctrine
trine doctrine of segregation.
' The disciple of poet Ezra Pound
wore a government-donated t a n
suit when released from prison.
Prison officials also gave him $30.

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Gravy Train' Rider For Congressmen
Derailed Second Time By Williams

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
John J. Williams, a one man hor hornet's
net's hornet's nest on anything that looks
like free booty for Congress,
claimed another victory t-alay
over "gravy train" proposals to
fatlen up pensions for Congress
and its employes.
Although working almost a!ne,
the Delaware Rep dvican hao lit little
tle little trouble getting the Senate to
go aioig liiur v and knocx
town for Cie second Unit his
year a rider to increase congres congressional
sional congressional pensions as part of a min minor
or minor civil service bill.
This time it looks like the "con "congressional
gressional "congressional gravy train," as Wil Williams
liams Williams termed it, is derailed for
the year.
Sponsors bf the proposal made
no 'ight for it. although it has
been written in by the Ssnate
Civil Service Committee headed
by Sen. Olin D. Johnston (D SC).
The furor, stirred up' several
months ago when Williams first
blew the whistle on the "grab
bag", apparently had burned
more than one senatorial finger.
The bill was a House approved
measure to let civil service work workers
ers workers before, their retirement retirement-draw
draw retirement-draw out of their retirement fund
moncv '' it they had contributed
voluntarily.
But Johnston's committee added
a complicated section that would j
enable lawmakers and their em employes
ployes employes with long service to re receive
ceive receive substantially increased (ten (tensions.
sions. (tensions. In the case of employes,
however, it would also increase
their contribution from 6 Mi per
cent to Vh per cent the rate
congressmen pay.
Congressional employes already
enjoy Higher pension benefits than
civil service workers in other
branches of the government.
When Johnston first brought the
bill to the Senate this spring, Wil Williams
liams Williams bored in. He stirred up such
a ruckus that the Demon Uic
leadership not wanting to de delay
lay delay the Senate got the bill back
to Johnston's committee.
FIND OLD COINS
LONDON (UPI)-Soviet road
workers in a Byelorussian viihge
have uncovered English coins
minted during the reign of King
Ethelred II in the 10th Century,
Moscow Radio said today.

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Ranklilms SA
Disney Product
Henry I. Darlington, Presi President
dent President of Rank Films de Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, s. A. announced today
that Walt Disney Productions
and the Rank Organization
are signing a contract where whereby
by whereby the distribution of all Dis Disney
ney Disney products will be under undertaken
taken undertaken by the Rank Organi Organization
zation Organization in all Latin America
and Far Eastern countries in
which it operates directly.
This major deal sets the seal
on the rapidly progressive
activities of both companies.
Walt Disney Productions have
made enormous strides in re recent
cent recent years with an expansive
and continually extended mo motion
tion motion picture nrogram, while
the Rank Organization con continues
tinues continues to expand the scope Of
its overseas activities.
Among other current box
office subjects highlighted in
this new agreement are "Old
Yeller," "Perri," "The Sign of
the Zorro" and "Fantasia"
Reissue in SuperScope with
both Stereophonic and Opti Optical
cal Optical sound.
The Panami office will
handle distribution of these
important films also In the
Canal Zone and all Central
American countries.
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