The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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GENEVA, June 201UPI) The
Big Four foreign-Ministers wrote
off 46 days of deadlock and head headed
ed headed home today ,with two, grave
fears still beforethe Wist: expect expected
ed expected new tied- presuits -on' Berlin
and a western split on Summit
terme.
Secretary of State Christian Her Herter
ter Herter and the other ministers went
through the motions of a token

Queen Elizabelh
Sees Canada-U.S.
Air Defense Show

ERNEST HARMON AFB, Nfld.,
3-une 20 (UPI) (Wen Elizabeth's
tour of Newfoundland neared an
end today whom she visited this
base to see a key segment of Canada-United
States Air Defense in
action.
The Queen's Royal Canadian Air
Force plane flew in from Deer
Lake on schedule 'despite earlier
fears that foggy weather would de delay
lay delay the take-off.
Later today the Queen moves on
to Quebec, the second of 10 prov provinces
inces provinces on her 15,000-mile, 100-city
itinerary which includes a brief
stay in Chicago.
The Queen and her husband,
Prince Philip, saw long lines of
jet fighter planes standing prepared
to take off at a moment's notice on
orders from strategic air command
headquarters at pmaha, Neb.
The royal couple mingled With
S. defpOst e0Mmeodere 4402
the, 20-minute telt te Har1110114-
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Seiatel!)' lict This
tionth On national
Debt Ceiling Bill,

I WASHINGTON, June 20 (UPI)
Key DeMOCratS gave assur assurances
ances assurances today the Senate would
act this nonth on HOUSe-apprOVed
legislation to raise the na national
tional national debt ceiling.
The legislation must be passed
by July 1 when the new fiscal
year begins. The timetable will
be tight, however, because tbe
Senate Triaanee Comrnitt plans
no hearings on the proposal be-
fore the latter part of next week.'
DCMOCratiC whip Mike Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield (Mont.) said, he was 'con 'confident
fident 'confident the measure would re receive
ceive receive promPt floor action as
soon as the committe, headed by
Sen. HarrY F. Byrd (D-Va.), ap approves
proves approves it..
The House passed the bill 225-
117 yesterday after beating down
a move to send it back to its
Way and Means Committee.
The measure, asked by the ad administration
ministration administration to give more leeway
in management of the huge na national
tional national debt, would increase the
debt limit to a new high of '295
billion dollars in the coining
par.
The debt is expected to climb
fromNthe present 286 billion dol dollars
lars dollars to more than 293 billion
dollars by Dec. 15. The present le legal
gal legal ceiling of 288 billion ex expires
pires expires at midnight:June 30, when
it will drop, back-,.to -the pertna pertnanent
nent pertnanent ceiling nf 283 billion.
President Eisenhower asked Con Congress
gress Congress to raise the permanent
limit to 288 billion and autho authorize
rize authorize a temporary one-year hike
but fixed the permanent limit at
285 billion.

Mild Flu Spreads
In Zone; Doctors
Urge Precautions

A numbor of coos of mild
Influents or uppor roipiratory
infoction bawl boon roportod by
tho Cenal tone Health Bureau
among Canol Zeno rosidents ont
both sidos of the isthms. 1
, The infoction startod
( spread about 10days ago a.
mong the resident of -Rainbow
4 .City end continued into other
4tientic side commUnities. For
,the past two days, cases have
,been reported in several Pack
tie side tovms.
Residontehave boon asked to
talcs Rio same precautions as.
mormal against Oho types of
I upper rospiratery infection.
Symptoms are similar to those
sd mild influonza of heevy
told which is accompanied by
', ;sigh fevor, hoadachos, and
toms intestinal disturbance.
Ths oliseaso lest from four to,
deys.
t

pletfary 'session here to formalize
a three-week recess in the, sterile
conference and plead for reconsiderittion.

Six full weeks- of plenary ses sessions,
sions, sessions, secret sessions, personal
talks and long-distance wire-pull.
ing left Berlin still under Red ulti ultimatums
matums ultimatums as the ministers made
their way homeward during the
weekend.

Herter and his western col colleagues
leagues colleagues were reported fearful That
Russia and its East German pup puppets
pets puppets many intensify their economic
and administrative squeeze on Ber Berlin
lin Berlin during the conference recess.
They acknowledged that even
after Soviet( Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's latest blusterings
yesterday the west was still sharp sharply
ly sharply divided on the advisability of
holding a Summit conference.

Aw, Doggone!-
Vaccinalions Due
For Poor Pooches

,

All dogs please take note.
Your annual vaccination against
rabies and your yearly licensing
in the Canal Zone will be held the
first two weeks in July, the Health
Bureau ha,s announced.

The Program will be Started 1011-
day,, July 6, in Margarita by a
vaccinatioe Kid licensing, team4,
Therfatt 46,114(1,7feotritritto ,to
r tad Trtoi 2130 to' 413tep.m:
in the North Margarita Elementary-
School.
The team, consisting of vet veterinarian
erinarian veterinarian and an assistant, lic liccommnied
commnied liccommnied by a representative of
the licensing section, will move to
Mount Hope Stadium July 9 for
the convenience of residents of
Rainbow City; to the Elementary
School at Coco Solo on July 10;
and to the Fire Station At Gatun,
July 13. Hours wM be the same
at all of these stations.

On the Pacific side, vaccinations
will be started July 16 in the form former
er former Aids to Navigation Building in
Gamboa. Inoculations will be giv given
en given between the hours of 10 a.m.
and 1 p.m. and froM 3 to 5 p.m.
The team will be en duty during
the same hours July 17 in the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso Scout Shack and will work
both July 20 and 2:3 in the porte
cochere of the Balboa Junior
High School.
Dogs belonging to Canal Zone
residents will be vaccinated and
registered for a fee of 52.00. Per Persons
sons Persons residing on' military reserva reservations
tions reservations may have their dogs vacci vaccinated
nated vaccinated against rabies at the loca locations
tions locations mentioned by paving a vac vaccination
cination vaccination fee o 52.00. The dog li license,
cense, license, however, must be obtained
from military authorities.
Deadline for the new vaccina vaccinations
tions vaccinations and licenses is Aug. 1.

WASHrNGTON (UPI) Living'
costs climbed to another all-time
high last month under the pres pressure
sure pressure of seasonaL price increases
in nearly every major category of
consumer spending, the govern government
ment government reported yesterday.
The Labor Department said
tir,t its conumer price index.
which uses 1947-49 prices as a
lase, rose one tenth of a point to
a May peak of 124.0. The previous
record of 123.9 was set in July,
1558, and equalled in April.
Contributing to the rise were
higher price tags on food, cloth clothing,
ing, clothing, -housing, medical care and
trtinsportation.
The May rise means a one-cent
an hour wage increase for some
loo,000 aircraft workers whose
pay is tied to the cost of living
!ndex.
The Labor Department also re reported
ported reported that the, average take takehome
home takehome pay and purchasing power
of factory workers also climbed to
a new record high last month.
The average weekly wage of s
worker with three dependents was
$81.03, about 9 per cent higher in
both dollars and purchasing power
than a year ago.
The May price index was three threetentht
tentht threetentht of one. percentage point
higher than in May, 1958.
However, labor Department
price chief H. E. Riley labelled
the rise as seasonal, He said that
"for all practical purposes', it did
not upset the stability that the

DECORATIONJose Dominador Bann, Panama's Minister of Government and Justice, (center)
pins the Vasco Nuficz de Balboa medal in the grade of "Caballero" on Maj. Bruno Eisen, direc director
tor director of the Coco Solo Hospital, for his many civic contributions to the people of Panama. Looking
on is Mrs. Eisen. EisemiS leaving the Isthmus tilt& weekend for 'new assignment at Walter Reed
Army Institute of Research in Washington.

Price Increases, Labor Dept.

US Living Costs Soar With Seasonal

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Overflow traffic and a serious
Shortage of Panama Canal pilots
combined yesterday to cause one
of the worst pile-ups in recent Can Canal
al Canal history.
At both ends of the Canal yes yesterday
terday yesterday 19 ships were awaiting tran transit,
sit, transit, some more than 24 hours.
To make matters worse the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Port Captain's daily shipping
report showed total of 40 vessels
expected between noon Friday and
Saturday afternoon.
Complicating the whole prob.,
lam bf traffic congestion is the
fact that power conversion work
has closed one lane at Gatun
Locks, slowing the possible tram
sit flow.
And an-influx -of super tankers
and ore carriers, retluiring single,
one way passage through the Gail Gaillard
lard Gaillard Cut, adds to the waiting time
at Balboa and Cristobal harbors.
These large craft usually must
make their transits during daylight
hours and only one may be in the

Says

cost of living has displayed for
the past year.
Riley said the index has dipped
in May only once in the past 12
years and has held steady anoth another
er another time. It rose in other years in
question and Riley predicted this
year's rise would be followed by
the customary autumn decline.
But he expected higher gasoline,
and cigarette taxes going into ef effect
fect effect in several states to put up upward
ward upward pressure on the index.
The department said food prices
rose slightly in May idler declin declining
ing declining in eight of the nine previous
months. It attributed the rise of
one tenth of 1 per cent to higher
prices for restaurant meals,
fresh fruits and vegetables.
The food rise would have been
larger except for the 8.4 per cent
drop in egg prices, the eighth
,straight monthly decline. Coffee
prices dropped for the 16th
straight month.

Higher prices were reported for
oranges, bananas, grapefruit, ap apples,
ples, apples, potatoes, tomatoes, celery
and canned orange juice. Most
meat prices rose, more than off offsetting
setting offsetting lower tags on chicken and
fish.
Higher prices for men's hair
cuts were reported in several
cities. The cost of gasoline, tires,
and new automobile prices de declined,
clined, declined, but used cars, auto re repairs,
pairs, repairs, and auto inStitinee were
higher.

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Pilot Shortage, Surpius
Of Ships Congest. Canal

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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE SO, MS

cut at a time, while no other ves vessels
sels vessels may pass in either direction.
There was no indication from
Canal officials how long the traf traffic
fic traffic congestion might continue.
One active shipping agent said
today the firm's incoming vessels
are averaging a 24-hour wait be before
fore before transit, but in certain cases
delays have run as long as 40
hours.
Some authorities believe the
shortage of qualified Canal pilots
is a crucial problem in the pres present
ent present pile-up. Pilots, svho normally
work on alternate days, have been
putting in exceptionally heavy over overtime
time overtime schedules, with some report reportedly
edly reportedly making three transits on as
many consecutive days. But the
tension and strain of such a pace
cannot be maintained for long, it
was pointed out.
In addition, super carriers nor normally
mally normally require two Canal pilots dur during
ing during transit, further reducing the
number available for assignment.
Officials at Balboa Heights said
the Canal is seeking qualified pilots
but they are not easy to find.
Despite all the limiting factors 30
vessels transited the Canal yester yesterday
day yesterday and traffic has been setting
successive records for several
months, and there is no let-up in
sight.

One-Eyed Alligator
Comes When Called CalledBut
But CalledBut Nol Too Close!

NASHVILLE, Ga. (UPI)--"Come
on, Boy!" snapped Arnold Rav as
he waved a piece of bacon ring
Vet to the end of' a long stidt.
"Boy" is anything but a boy In
fact, he's a mean-looking, onsey
ed alligator eignt feet long own owned
ed owned by Lonnie Lewis, who found
him by the side of the road three
years ago and keeps him as a pet.
Ray's job is to feed Boy, of
whom he says: "He's about as
tame as alligators can get, which
isn't quite tame enough to get too
close. He knowe when it's feeding
time, and he knows my call."
Ray said the critter 'will come
from as far away as he can. hear
me" to be fed. ,Tust then, two
massive jaws clamped on the
food and the 'gator slowly slipped
into the cool water of the lake.
"He always god. back in the
water to eat t" sad Ray. He
beckoned again and Boy e am e
up for more food.
But the alligator "won't eat in
he winiertime," his feder said,
"I got him to eat a little ipece of
mullet last October, and from
then ontil March he wouldn't
touch' a thing."

Speeding Soldier
Evades Policeman
But Catches Fine

BATOlsrfROUGE, La., June 20
(UPI) Louisiana state officials
squabloled today in what could be become
come become 'a struggle for power to suc succeed
ceed succeed the &lettered Long dynasty.
While they argued over the act-1
ing governorship, Gov. Earl Long,
described by doctors as a maniac
who subconsciously wants to kill
himself and his wife, marshalled
his forces for a legal battle to get
out of the insane asylum.
Long, confined behind bars at
the state hospital in Mandeville,
La., just a stone's throw from the
north shore of Lake Ponchartrain
which extends 30 miles south to
New Orleans, handpicked a team
of attorneys yesterday he hopes
will help him overthrow a second
court commitment and win free freedom
dom freedom from his third mental hospital
in three weeks.
Jesse Aankston, State Director
of Institutions, met with Long and
announced the 63-year old gover governor
nor governor had asked him to obtain the
services of several attorneys.
The unidentified attorneys were
expected to meet with Long late
today or Monday morning and file
a petition for a sanity hearing in
the court of District Judge Fred
S. Leblanc in Baton Rouge. Le Leblanc
blanc Leblanc is the judge who signed pa papers
pers papers allowing deputies to drag Long
screaming, cursing and kicking
from a state patrol car Thursday
and take him to the hospital.
The commitment was at the re request
quest request of Mrs. Long, who raced
and beat her husband to Baton
Rouge t sign necessary papers af after
ter after Long walked out of the Oschner
Foundation Clinic in New Orleans
following only 20 hours of volun volunti.ry
ti.ry volunti.ry treatment..

A 90-mph chase on the Gaillard
Highway ending in the arrest of a
youthful American soldier Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night and his conviction yes yesterday
terday yesterday for reckless driving.
The youth, Henry W. Pre 11 Jr.,
19, pleaded guilty to the charge in
13alboa Magistrate's Court, and
also to the charge of driving with without
out without an operator's license. He was
fined a total of $:15.
Pre was stopped in the Gaillard
Highway Aire& near the skating
rink driving a borrowed 1959 se sedan.
dan. sedan. Radii) patrolman Jame' Dunn
stopped him because the car's li license
cense license plate light was out. But when
Dunn alighted from the patrol car
and started toward Prell, the sol soldier
dier soldier ahot into the highway and
was off.
Dunn Immediately gave chase
and at one point hit 90 mph and
still was losing ground. Another
radio patrol was alerted but Prell
fled into Panama City at San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel crossing.
Later he aurrendered himself at
Balboa police station, and appear appeared
ed appeared for trial yesterday.

p'A;,V I DAILY NEWSPAPER
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"41 the people know the truth find the eountry k sole" Abraham Lincoln

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Allies Charge
Reds Fortifying
In North Korea

Hood Lauds
RP Students
As Anti-Red

WASHINGTON, June 20 (UPI)--
Representative Daniel J. Flood of
Pennsylvania congratulated the
Fanama Student Federation today
for its recent anti-Communist steps.
Flood inserted in the congress congressional
ional congressional record today a story publish published
ed published by the Christian Science Moni Monitor
tor Monitor from Panam t City, which said
that a students congress hod de defeated
feated defeated a resolution calling for corn cornmercial
mercial cornmercial relations between Panama
and the Soviet Union.

The news report said also that
the Panama Student Federation
had disaffiliated from the Communist-dominated
International Stu Students
dents Students Union.

Flood commented in the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record: "From this
story it would appear that the
rank-in-file of the students have
now openly defied their Communist-oriented
leadership. For that
action they are to be congratulated."

-2ANIKITNIJIllsty-Xorts,,June 20
The-Allimeharged. today
the Communists are fortifying the
demilitarized zone in Korea in de defiance
fiance defiance of the armistice which end ended
ed ended the Korean War,

U. S. Army Col. R. B. Firehock
said at a meeting of truce secretar secretaries
ies secretaries that about 500 Red troops, with
more than 50 draft horses, have
been working on fortifications near
"Pork Chop Hill" for nearly two
months.

The Reds denied the chafge.
The fortifications were sighted by
an observation team sent to inves investigate
tigate investigate Red charges that they had
captured a "spy" in the demilitar demilitarized
ized demilitarized zone.

W. Alan Lain Is
Named New Point-4
Chief To Panama

W. Alan Laflin, chief Of Point
Four's Central America and Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Division of the Office for
Latin American operations, has
assumed duties as director of
the International Cooperation Ad Administration
ministration Administration Mission to Panama,
succeeding Ralph Will.
Laflin formerly served as di director
rector director of the ICA mission in Su Surinam.
rinam. Surinam. A native of San Francisco the
59-year-old Laflin received a WS.
degree in civil engineering from
the University of California. He
was active in engineering in Cal California,
ifornia, California, Texas and New Mexico
for 16 years before joing the Mu Mutual
tual Mutual Security Program in 1943
Laflin served in Peru, Haiti
and Costa Rica prior to his an.
pointment in 1954 to Surina m,
where he was director of the mis mission
sion mission until 1957.

Laflin is married to the formor
Rae Dunne of Sumter, Calif.
They have two sons and four
daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Laflin
are scheduled to arrive in Pana Panama
ma Panama in mid-July.

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Seto run
.

A series of delicate maneuv maneuvers
ers maneuvers by ,Faanclizi land ii4,ipp aides
helped. aVert any iirplosive cli climax:
max: climax: First, War Secretar? Gen. Hec Hector
tor Hector Solanas Pachao held a
surprise meeting with leaders of
THE Buenos Aires garrison in
which he expressed his confi confidence
dence confidence in their loyalty-, ande WWI
lOwir crizilltlentrintrptirt in
returwe-
Later, 4Frondizi 'held a pres:
conference in an apparent ges gesture
ture gesture to prove his position was
secure. He made no statement to
reporters, but explained the con conference
ference conference by saying, "I just wanted
to say hello to you and tell you
I am fulfilling my constitution constitutional
al constitutional duties."
This calming tactic was fol.
lowed up last night with a na nationwids
tionwids nationwids broadcast made by In Interior
terior Interior Minister Alfredo Vitolo.
He assured the Argentine people
that the peace and order of tho
country were not disturbed and
that the government was func functionino
tionino functionino normally.
The minister said the govern government
ment government was investigation all anti antigovernment
government antigovernment activities but that
the rights of individuals would
be preserved.
According to informed sources,
the rallying point of the milita military
ry military opposition to Frondi7i was a
claim made by ex-dictator Juan
D. Peron that he had helped
Frondizi win the ores idency
last year in return for certain fa favors.
vors. favors. Many army and navy leaders
have lona felt the Peronistas
and Communists in Argentina

Sergeant Outfits
Ancient Cadillac
With Posh Luxury

COLUMBUS, Miss. (UPI)
Air Force Sgt. Dallas Alexander
boasts a car equipped with lux luxuries
uries luxuries which even the top brass of
the armed forces don't find in
their swankiest staff cars.
Alexander, stationed at Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Air Force Base, owns a sev sevThe
The sevThe car, with only 42000 miles
on the speedmeter, has an inter intercom
com intercom system, a built-in ply rIn
which starts pumping air into the
tires at the press of a button, a
cigar lighter equipped with cord
for passengers in the back seat
and an interior upholstered in
plush velour.
And in case the big vehicle
doesn't respond to the self-starter,
there's a hand crank.

Ike Cans Strauss Veto
'Sad Episode' In History

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WASHINGTON, June 20 (UPI)
Sen. Clinton P. Anderson tD-N.M.)
said today President Eisenhower
"knew he would have trouble"
when he nominated Lewis Strauss
to be ,Commeree Secretary.

"Strauss was controversial," An.
derson, leader of the Senate bloc
which defeated efforts at confir confirmation
mation confirmation of the appointment, said.
To President Eisenhower's bitter
accusation that the Senate had
written a "sad episode" in II. S.
Iliatory by rejecting Strauss, An--
derson replied that the Prd!sident
"tan easily secure Senate confir,

mation for nominees who inspire
confidence."
Eisenhower last night took the
to usual step of sending hand-del
Netted notes to the 46 Senators in
ii,eh parties who voted in tam,' ot
confirmation of Strauss. Forty-nine
Sehators voted against Strauss in
lite showdown vote early Frulav.
'fl-e President's letter was debt
ered by white House messenrer
I; said: "I cannot fail to recognize
!he couragc, wisdom and spWt ol
fairness you demonstrated to the
vote on the confirmation of 1.,,wir,
Strauss. I am grateful. With warm
regards. sincerely, Dwight D. Elaenhower."

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Plot Leaders
Surrender
ToGovernment

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, June 20 (UPI) Two
top military men believed to be leaders of a plot to auSt
President Arturo Frondizi were reported ready today-to",
face possible charges.- .0 A
Rear Adm. Arturo Rial, who had been sought during
the week for interrogation, turned himself over totba
Navy Secretariat here yesterday. At the sarn'e time,
reported that Llq:, Gen. Arturo Ossorio Wrana oho
sought by the government telegraphed irom Crdofia
offering to give himfelf up.
Their action appeared to ease for the time being a
crisis in which disgruntled Army and Navy factions had
been reported planning to ask Frondizi to resign.
Frondizi felt confident enough in his position to go
ahead today with scheduled flag day ceremonies in which
he was to review a military parade.

exerted too much Influence
government. Thep were quick le
believe the Perlin claim, thouale'
Frondizi denied It.
Frondizi's economic ansteri t y
policies also were a major souree
of discontent.

Some observers felt Frond i i
would be able tg-ntay in offict
Meg' as' his oppontiotrrer.,
mained divided oil. how to change
government policies
One group was believed press-
ing for a complete coup, with
a military junta taking over the
government. Others, however, tip.
peared to want to maintain
some form of limited civil govern government
ment government even if Frondizi him himself
self himself had to be outside by froce.

Travel League Offeri
(allied& Pilgrimage
Thru Latin America

Visits to the Shrines ofOur
dy of Guadalupe in Mexico, and
Saint Rose and Blessed Martin de
Porres in Lima highlight an 18-
day pilgrimage through Centre
and South American now being
offered by The Catholic Travel
League and Panagra.
Led by the Rev. N o bort
Georges, director of the Blessed
Martin Guild, the group will de depart
part depart from New York on Aug. 14
to see some of the most celebrat
ed and oldest shrines, churchel
and cathedrals in Mexico, Cost',
Rica Panama, Colombia, Ectia-.
dor and Peru.
'After celebrating the Feast of
the Assumpton at the Shrine o;
Our Lady of GUadalupe, theit
first stop, the airborne pilgrimS
will travel South to worship at
the Altar of Gold in the Citur4
of San Jose in Panama, maryfil
at the unique architecture of the
Cathedral carved in a cavern., of
the salt mines at Zipaquira,',Vq Zipaquira,',Vqlombia,
lombia, Zipaquira,',Vqlombia, and mediate in the Span Spanish
ish Spanish colonial churches of La qrrn qrrnparlia
parlia qrrnparlia San Francisco and,,,,La
Merced in Quito before coritihu coritihuing
ing coritihuing to Lima via Panagra.
During the five7day stay iir4Lio
ma, the last stop on the pilgrim.
age. the group will attend mass
,at the Shrines of Messed Mar-,
tin, Saint Rose, Saint Turibitia
and Saint Francis' Solanus. The
pilgrims will also see the Mira Miraculms
culms Miraculms tmoge ot the Cricified in
the Church of the Sisters of Naza Nazarene
rene Nazarene and follow the solemn pro procession
cession procession on Aug. 30 honoring the
Feast Day of Saint Rose of Lima.
D-ta'.ed information may be
obtained from The Catholic Tra Travel
vel Travel League,. 1841 Broadway er
Nnamagra, Chrysler Building.
both in New-York City.

West 'Indians Not
Mistreated Says
Trinidnd Minister

PpRT OP SPAIN After ear.
ing a short visit to Curacao, the
Federal Minister of Fine n c e,
Robert Bradshaw, has stated
that there is no truth in the al-
legation that West Indians work working
ing working in the Dutch island of Curio,'
cao were being retrenched, and
were being ordered to leave the
island without being given time
to dispose satisfactorily of what
properties they had acquired Jill
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Big Four foreigesninisters wrote a three-week recess in th
off 46 days of deadlock and head- conference and plead for 1
ed home today -with two, grave eration.
fears still before The West: expect expected
ed expected new lteepressiitts "on' Berlin Six full weeks- of plen
and a western split on Summit sions, secret sessions,
terms!. talks and long-distance i
Secretary of State Christian Her- ing left Berlin still under
ter and the other ministers went matums as the minister
through the motions of a token their way homeward dui
......--------------- weekend.
1 Queen Elliabelh Herter and his west(
leagues were reported fea
Russia and its East Gm
Sees. Canada-U.S. pets many intensify their o
and administrative &mem
lin during the conference
Air Defense Show
They acknowledged th
. after Soviet( Premier
ERNEST HARMON AFB, Nfld., Khrushchev's -latest bl
June 20 (UPI) (Wen Elizabeth's yesterday the west was st
tour d Newfoundland neared an ly divided on the advisa
end today whdo, she visited this holdioe a Summit confer
base to see a kel segment of Can- -- ,
via-United States Air Defense in
action.
The Queen's Royal Canadian Air
Force plane flew in frem Deer
Lake on schedule 'despite earlier Aw, Doggone!
fears that foggy weather would de delay
lay delay the take-off.
Later today the Queen moves on ,
Vaccinallons DI
to Quebec, the second of 10 prov- ForPoor Pooch
inces on her 15,000-mile, 100-city
itinerary which includes a brief
stay in Chicago. All dogs please take
.
'rhe Queen and her husband,
Prince Philip, saw long lines of Your annual vaccinatiou
jet fighter planes standing prepared rabies and your yearly
to take off at a moment's notice on in the Canal Zone will be
, orders from strategic air command first two weeks in July, tt
headquarters at pmaha, Neb. Epreau hp announced.
The royal couple mingled With --,.
tr. S. defeest rOttlinandera (hiring The Progrem will be Star
s the, 20-minute Visit te Harmoni- a- daY,' July, 6, in Margari
- se -the erunway from Canada's vaecinatioe gad Heel-min
. '. emellIrsitapeet,4414paitmetitZolaly- 7,10KAl0-114(1.7feolirli
port at,StevenvMe. Slu -also tour- 'p.m. sied trgm we tc; 4
ed Stevenville, , ,- in the North Margarita E
' ry- School.
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, Sin' Melo lid Tins The team, consisting I
erinarian and an le, assisl
tionth Oh Ilahonat
. ctemeanied by a reepresen
he licensing section, will
Mount Hope Stadium Ju
the convenience of res
Debt Ceiling Bill, Rainbow City; to the Eio
School at Coco Solo on
,,, and to the Fire Station 1
I WASHINGTON, June 20 (ur" July 13. Hours will he t
KeY Democrats gave assuird- at all of these stations.
ances today the Senate wou
act this nonth on House-approv- On the Pacific side, vac
ed legislation to raise tbe na- will be started July 16 in
tional debt ceiling. er Aids to Navigation Bu
The legislation must be passel Gamboa. Inoculations wi'
by July 1 when the new fise.au en between the hours of
year begins. The timetable voi. and 1 p.m. and from 3 t
be tight, however, because the
- The team will be on dut
Senate riallaea Comrnitt pl)ns the same hours July 17 ii
no hearings on the proposal .e raiso Scout Shack and il
fore the latter part of next weet. both July 20 and 2:3 in I
Deraarratie whip Mike M.1118. cochere of the Balboa
field (Mont.) said he was con- High School.
fident the measure would re receive
ceive receive Prompt floor action as Dogs belonging to Ca
soon as the committe, headed by residents will be vaccin
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.), ap- registered for a fee of $:
proves it.. sons residing on' military
The House passed the bill 225- tions may have their do
117 yesterday after beating down nated against rabies at
a move to send it back to its tions mentioned by pavir
Way and Means Committee. cination fee o $2.00. Th,
The measure, asked by the ad- cense, however, must be
ministration to give more leeway from military authorities
in management of the huge na- Deadline for thd new
tional debt, would increase th tions and licenses is Aug
debt limit to a new high of '295
billion dollars in the coining
year.
The debt is expected to climb US Living Ca
fronts,the present 286 billion dol dollars
lars dollars to more than 293 billion
dollars by Dec. 15. The present le- Price Increasl
gal ceiling of 288 billion ex expires
pires expires at midnight :June 30, when
it will drop' back-, to -the permit-
nent ceiling 'of 283 billion.
President Eisenhower asked Con- WASHrNGTON (UPI)
tress to raise the permanent costs climbed to anothei
limit to 288 billion and autho- high last month under
rize a temporary one-year hike sure of seasonal'. price
but fixed the permanent limit at in nearly every major es
'' 285 billion. consumer spending, the
, ment reported yesterda
Mild Flu Spreads th 'fp e i t sL acboonr u mDeerp a rptg
--,, which uses 1947-49 prie
In Zone. Doctors lase, rose one tenth of ;
1 a May peak of 124.0. Th(
record of 123.9 was set
Urge Precautions
195-8, and equalled in Ap
Contributing to the i
1 higher price tags on fo
I A number of cases of mild ing, -housing, medical
. Influents or upper reipiraterY trsinsportation.
, infection have been reported by The May rise means s
the Cenal Zone: Health Bureau an hour wage increase
among Cane! Zone residents ei 100,000 aircraft workers
both sides of the isthms. I pay is tied to the cost
, The Infection started le' :xidex.
e spread about 10 -days age a.
, The Labor Departmen
mane the resident of -Rainbow ported that the, avers
4 City and continued into ether home pay end purchasi
--Atlantic side commUnities. For of factory workers also (
, the past twos days, cases have a new record high last s
Amen reported In several Peck
fit side towns. The average weekly
worker with three depen
, Residentsthave been asked le $81.03, about 9 per cent
take the same precautions as. both dollars and purchas
1rmormal against ether tYPos sof than a year ego.
I upper respiratory infection. The May price index 1
Symptoms are similar to these tentht of one, percent
6, ,sof mild influenza of heavy higher than in May, 19
told which Is accompanied by However, 1 a b o r D
, ;sigh fever, headaches, and price chief H. E. Rile:
,0 items intestinal disturbance. the rise- as seasonal, He
Ths disease lest from fear te, "for all practical purpos
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their way hoineward during the .,......4....:..: ;....-..)...::,:,...-:.:::::,..:...!,,,'::.::::',.:;,...',.i.i:i':,:,miii,,,l.,iiii.Ayt ::::: ,,!,.'5::::x.::::,.,...:':.':.-..::14;f'y Representative Daniel J. Flood of
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eapressed in letten from readers.

THE PAAIL BOX

MARINE TRAFt iC CONTROLLER
Sir:
Speaking of a bowl of cherriesMy neighbor is a dispatcher
pocil me, a Marine Traffic Controller. He sits at a tele telephone
phone telephone all die day longa human alarm clock. His job is to
wake the pilot up in timeto nispatch a car for himarvise
him which ship is waiting for himthen have a launch rearY
for himto take him to the ship. Just a pilot's lackey.
There are about 16 on huty in one 24-hour day. The aver average
age average number of ships that transit the canal each day is about
26. That makes an average of one dispatcher for every tmo pil pilots
ots pilots with some left over for I don't know what. And so the pil piloi
oi piloi starts the ship through the canal. The mule driver awaits
h signal; the tug boat captain awaits his beck and call; the
lock operp.tors are waiting to open the gates for him: the ca canal
nal canal seamen; the ships crew all stand ready awaiting his orders.
Assistants galoreand such high priced onesalmost as many
as that guy Doolan has
And so at last the ship arrives at the other end of the ca canal.
nal. canal. And what does the Marine Traffic Controller do? Ah he's
Johnny on the spot; he has a launch to bring that poor over overpaid
paid overpaid underworked ship steerer to shoreand then he has a car
waiting to bring him home.
Imagine! That's not much of a job description I'll admit.
S000you should read the official job description of a Marine
Traffic Controller (written up, they say, by one of their not so
lazy wives who was once a cog in the Doolan machine) and then
you should find out his salary. But wait, don't get your blood
essure upjust remember, he's a pilot's mana gentleman's
gentleman.

CANAL PILOTS
Sir:
I'm sure Canal pilots would enjoy lOsing Mail Box support
of mule operators' wives as well as their own wives comments.
Most of their statements concerning pilot's wroes are 10'absurd
they smell of a lack of plain common sense as well as very small
.L4Vs.
The mule2'operators' mouthpiece cOniitares, Our,gooct Canal
pilots intelligence with that of backwOods.guidesBut rut. sure
Canal pilots have wore educational background than a Canadian
backwood guide. Or h tie they? Marrying women with long
tongues and few brains looms as lack of grey matter for the
pilots.
God s our Canal pilots and help them stay off the Ca Canal
nal Canal lay their tremendous load of woe and sorrow shift
to others. 1 think all Zonians should cease all activity at 7:30
every Monday, for 5 minutes, in memory of our pilots who give
their all for so little, and for their poor helpless wives who sit
by the phor) in agony for 8 to 16 hours .waiting to hear that
her husband has safely completed his perilous journey.
But I must cease this penmanship as I've sobbed so much
while v,,riting this note I have soak0,1 the last of my handker handkerchiefs.
chiefs. handkerchiefs. Nuff Said.

e g it so rHo. eob eTt a r tki ne t aemdd
e t roes of finding oute wahreethethr
tungueb 41111 iCW UL CklAia av,.o ., ,, p- --, ---- one other isew f orst.r pt e3siti. ICL xaavvv. r-
payroolti roettieroedme mdielteiteorsye cooffoitrceares.
its own aggression. th h
tau La v v 1 ciAltn. UULLI.U IJOILA IL tilli EU oepoosm anti now w
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Unless me ressure becomes or n
t fadeaway on the
pilots.
God o s our Canal pilots and help them stay off the Ca- George Meetlybut he was On the HoOe HamPton hobbling into the near 58th...Suzy Parker's sister Evans who eluded all the traps
too gsreeaut,e thtee sPlitsorilineeeldivtinohvasstiy. a
ddysedwthotraodt iftlialorsolettio,sethemeaynaoucu-.
nal wal,:. iay their tremendous load of woe and sorrow shift high. seas heading for London and Beau Rivage with a pink bandage Dorian Leigh married a French set by beauUes on both coasts,
and blue ribbon bow on her in- medic in Paris Monday is trying t catch Kay Beldin, one
to others. I think all Zonians should cease all activity at 7:30 th d toe Sonja Henie wearing Marlon Brando's new apartment of Vogue's moue's. Tennessee
oepetadneeme ooedf thoitst:F,ather's Day tie
Beortihmerwi
ic.RONT-PORCH .FRONT
tion 1
every Monday, for 5 minutes, in memory of our pilots who give se these are e men pre .
their all for so little, and for their poor helpless wives who sit who not only make policy in the enough "ice" at the Cafe Pierre is on E. 63rd . .Don't invite ac- Williams' book will be a series of
.4.. by the ohm- 1 in agony for 8 to 16 hours .weiting to hear that background, but who back their to skate M. -Recording star tor-author Peter Ustinov and the sketches on "the most interesting
Outside the U. S. Capitol the oc
her husband has safely completed his perilous journeY. policy with action, political M a- BobbY Darin wagering $100 on sAstmlaentipcs,rMtr.thtLey setderitoLnanitno hthase spteopjleehnI;vwehme eeret".sied.LtohveeliydgBeentutee
weather was steaming not. The
But I must cease this penmanship as I've sobbed so much chhinmereyoesaindderafunds This gives winner "Splish-Splash" at Yonk Yonktemperature
temperature Yonktemperature was in tne 90's.
House memoers were rustang facturer, vybo 'shall be unanmcd,
while v,,riting this note I have soaksol the last of my handker- t ble. in.fluence in the ers Raceway. Named for his hot p r o d u c e d several photostat.; role in "South Pacific," is now a.
chiefs. maw eherewresd, woiot.h thee DcaovuisinLnadites
Democratic national convention record. It paid 8 to 1...The Paul shhowing that thenFord clan book TDVarcpylayLeerwiisn aLodndon... .11ActrAcsrs
nell cancelled mnatteeresmales thelewed-
, Nuff Said.
The labor men listened to Sy-1 showing the y p d
delegations of many states. INewmans (Jhosahnne
letuWre7dtwoartble)
war...Starlet Kath Marlowe and ding date neared. Sonny Tugs in tor a quorum call, among is not a "defense plant, a ublic
. mington's attack on President Ei- Corner-olHawaii crow .. .. them Democratic Rep. 'tamed works, project,,nordia,All P 1 t '''
'N CONRAD() REPLIES 1. actor Harr Jackso3n er riveted who quit imbibing 7 months affo'
Wernher von Braun, the missi e Y w e .. . ., S. Harmon, who received, a lot toe ted i di te --si e P ell
tio,.. lir: ,,,, ,,,..., i g ,.s. ,, 1 h r and to.the Senator's an ansen
sen ansen owe nius doodling on a Latin Q last Sabbath at New Rochelle.. will star in a new TV genes title a n a s ease -area.. As.
, WAt
. ", I read ire-0.1eadityIVI4ell 'BOx cOlumnia tt4asisoie- Ji-Ys s --
lies it It It 1 i 6fseutitsottelense exnen ge f ublint some month
o p
tablecloth. .,.Dastid Nine epavos Billy Rose is buying the Racist, "Bandidat" stuoitiJ Y , ., s ago -Of, .a matter ,.21 fact, Ne Orleani, is,
' lk d th ,,,,,, chargin t
"Beaten Under The 'Wire" in' which that peesdriTho s me r ; ditures. IVIIti lothey ta e eyi
Ing the Monsignore elite's Geett and Palace Theitres. 144, ,, 0, . . g,,L1 111, i 1,11Pitiirli g0,4- OnerIttfkl Atoktsa7oAediYe";arealtt
sponsible for his not .having collected some $204 off a daily spoke of their interest in other pos-1 d
ber secret bride- MOMd re t or a fro -parclw 'o in tne, natio'
n--111e city Care
sible candidates. They talked of iThYssen an lice" on nis Inaiana home.
double. o groom Ron Starr honey-mooning Guide to the Girls: The Broad- Forgot and Ind t
its ry Remember RememberThis
This RememberThis horse player erroneously and repeatedly refers to my their wish to keep the pro-labor Sounds in the Night: At the Ivy "Tell me Randall in Wier' '-"
, ti ed.
I id th
program as the reason for his misfortune. The program that is beret coalition intact !Is e e at the St. Moritz. way wolf-pack do not always pa- Club: "Howcum beer looks better Speaker Se
m Rayburn of Texas,
trnize the boites to seek their
published in The Panama American is released by th. racetrack Democratic Party. Sallies In Our Alley: A group prey. .The following locations on a 21-inch screen than on a 30- "IS that porch oi yours air con
foot bar?". .At Al Cooper's: ditioned?'
$nd has never been listed as an official program. of knockers we're cutting up a cer- are more fruitful. Noung actres
-, "It's easier to knock a success "It's enclosed, but nc4 air-con1
Down Nirough the years the progritis published in news; They urged Symington, as they
h lain Hollywood actor, who was ses usually are found in Downey s than to be one'. At Maxims: ditioned, Mr. S k
pea er, grinned
papers are ,nvariably subject to changes and almost every week- had urged Sen. Hubert Hump rey h Avenue near 44th
to among the diners at The Sacred on 8t . The "I know he's doing great, he just Harmon.
end some variation is made. The program, run in Sun( n'y's paper and Sen. John Kennedy, not
Cow. ."I have it on the best same girls (alter they make good) fired the agent who got him start- "Well, I'd leavei t like i i I ,,,,00--4.13,, ..,,,,,.
is the one originally sent to us by track's publicity 0;iice and tear at other candidates and rip
th 1 th t h Is no Swish!" de- populate Sardi's or the Absinthe ,,, A Edd ' t 81 1 '' tC '1 "'s
au on y a e ea . t le Condon s: 'Stars suggested Rayburn. "Ihe way ..
did not Include DOTIft Lthda as a. starter in last Sunday's sec- the party as the Adalai Stevenson Stevenson,
, Stevenson, fended a fellow. ."What's your House. Teevee hopefuls M a y be
tond race. Estes Kefauver feud did in 56.
authority," heckled a wag, "his found in bunches at Cromwell's, who live in a fool's paradise have things 'are going, we
wall-wall banana els' .At The u h won t ad- .,., ,,, 'If
oat I.,
ic) rn ere until September. By
She was included In the official program and listed as No. Exactly 24 hours before this pri pridressmaker?'.
dressmaker?'. pridressmaker?'. ..At Lindy's last the Radio City drug store 1.; tge
ors numbers were changed. This unfortunate t dinner most of these labor
1. Hence. all the h es va e h
night a waiter wondered why Airline stewardesses: At t e Bel Atte Club: If ey make 3rd that time you won't need air- ,,!,
A th b t d '"s
venue one-was, e ar en er3 conditioning."
bination of Brancial- 1 ers sat in ilia Hotel with Sen.
player says he selected the winning com ead Reubens named a sandwich after mont Plaza-Hotel drug store. Na- will have to point the drunks.' ,,
1Dofia Flora add made his bet on 4-7 which later turrizci out to Humphrey. He was the guest
Joe E. Lewis instead of a drink. tional and American Airlines dolls v- t
be Brandal-Fieltro because with the inclusion of Dona Linda speaker at the Liberal Party ban- . Acting and dancing students: HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES 4 op. ,
an the second race, Dofia Flora which wes originally listed as quet and they went for a drink Midtown Vignette: One of the The sandwich shop on the B'way , ., ::
No. 7 became No. 8 on the official card. soft. of eourselater. column Faithfuls reports eye-wit- and 52nd corner. Bedio City Ex-Secretari of- 'the Trtauury ,
I extend my sympahty to "Beaten Under The Wire" and To Humphrey. too, they intoned nes
sing it on 5th Avenue in the Rockettes: At the Radio City cof- Stage Door: Slide and Blake's George Humphrey is pulling po- '' --
tiope that he will profit from this sad experience. There have asainst ripping primary fights inl Rockefeller Plaza area. . Men fee shop on 50th Street. . :the D
..,. next show will be "Happy Times." erful financial sLrings to get cew- ,,,
been times when an entire race has been substituted on the of- Wisconsin or Oregon with al- were busy placing a baby tree in visiting movie stars:
The Sher ue next Fall. Mabel Lee (sign- is Strauss confirmed as Secrete- 4,...
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Xicial program from one on the list of "final entries." arums and attacks by the candi-I
la hole in the pavement. A ty- fei-Netherland's cocktail lounge. ed for it) is a phone operator. Ex- ry of gommerce. This leaked Out t 8 pb," eteillit
My advice to him is to either call the names of the horses dates' against each other. Hum- ipical city mother and her little . Models: The coffee shop at cept on w e e k e n d s when she last week front-Gettiglt.' Leye, A ' '' gall'',
he wishes to bet on (Brandal-Dofia Flora, for example) or buY nhrey agreed. He reported that. h and Lex' t Th Fill'
daughter were entranced by the Sgt mg on. . e, ies thrushes at' Wells Cafe, Harlem-. who succeeded Htimphrey as
sin official program at all times. The ticket vendoer salt have he had talked with his good friend procedure . ."Look darling," from out-of-town, who comfort Actress Penny Singleton, battling chairman of the M. A. Hanna in- PitAti V 7146
tofficial programs so if a player places his bet bv giving the Symington and with Kenneth,- said mother, "this is how a tree kin back home by dwelling at Actors' Union exec Jackie Bright, d tr 1
us la. eempire. Love confided :11,Ds ..
.1a.,me of a horse he will be sure to get the correct number. And that they pledged not to grows." The Barbizon for Women or The all d If "di store Hotfa"
c e im a me to bum ss associates: "We are
t Conrad Sergeant. smear each other in their drive Rehearsal Club on W. 53rd. At the on Mu e work had to oin e
hull. 'Phe n t d g verything in our power to
give him e ual tim h
e to eat the ""
for the presidential nomination.
Some days earlier. Senateh ma mat)
t) mat) 1 1 y m ; b I 7 iv", I 0 iI n.p.erinti, stedasdyer in Ltyondon whJoom nal a
1
, .4 1 nw, I do not know. Memos of a Midnighter Bank Banker
er Banker RobertiLehman and his spouse
h dreecision. .ligsvigeAsht theaetw fa irfleileiadr latter places the chaperones
makes things grim.
The Times Square C
mete: Pro- I,
Discjockeys Dick Clark and Hy ducer Otto Preminger and Petri.
Lit. They say about 30 artists cia Hope Brice will make it per- d ;I h D
woun . int ane, one of the ,
hilarious strippers in ''Gypsy'', .,:::::;i::;:i:i:.::.:::::::i::i::::::i:.:::,:.::.:::.:::i:i:.:::.:::i:::::::::i:::i:.:,::::.::::::::::::i:i:.::.:::i:::.::.::!::.:::,';':':.:7?.:::'::::!.:1
toe carnival circuit, Where she i::::
k d I t h
wor e as season. .1V en the :i:i:i:i
Takarazuka troupe debuts at the :.:::::::' ::::,
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But there and there In labor will not be renewed by Decca at manent via the altar. .1loagy 0 s ::'::
Met pera ept. 16th the ladies in ',:::::::: ::::::
circles you catch references the end of this month...Betty Hut- Carmichael, the "Star Dust" corn- 't td I ::'''' glia I'll be. working :.
i may appear ou oors on y in :::::::. :::::,
; (Presented by the Depart- days of Isaiah. Judah trembled in resoectful ones to the Texan .........
pans., To protect each other from ti.:);:ii ::::,
4 mem of Christian Education of the presence of Assyria. When with the towering influence. So in Colon .........
vs.., the other sex. .Every theater is iiiiii:i '::::::::
$ the Episcopal Church in the Mis- trouble came they could not see there mast have been political 1
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booked for next season. Many pro- ki: I .......,
sionary Diocese of the Pena- beyond the immediate crisis be- discussions. -::::
ducers must wait for the Fall tX::: (1 tomorrow
i ma Canal Zone.) cause they had failed to look to THE SAVINGS BANK flops to get a ,house for Novem- -:::::::: f-" 1-1 r i 0:
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the past. And before Johnson's stay, Sen. ':::: OR : ,:::::
i ber and December. Byron Gold- !:::::::: via ::::
St. John 16:33 See the way in which Isaiah Kennedy was in town. He spoke man is the wealthy backer of Da- ::.:::::i: ,,. ::::;::
meets their fear. His is, no ,easy to Mr. Bose's' bons! corivon- vid Merrick's four Broadway hit iniNi::.. a '. 45 n!!':.::1M:':::!:.ri:-:ir::::::;:4.;:''',41:r:::::::!:::::!:::!"!;.,',?,Prifs,:::::!::;::::':::
: IN A VERY LITTLE WHILE optimism. He does not. minimize tion which wivioned It op for Institution Guaranteed by the State ,,,,.....,.:.:.,,:,,,,,4,:,,,.:,,,,,,,,::::,,::,!:,,,,,:,,,,,:';:.',,
shows. He visits the goldminea tiii:::i:i:i:i:i: i:K::: ..:::::::::::::::t':':::::::i::::.:::::)::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::.:::::':::::::::';::::::::::::::::::::i':
the strength of the enemy. in. him. Of these -Men, it is Jack Ken- nightly. To see the money. The ::::i4. s,...- '.1S,
1 "In the world ye shall have stead he magnifies the power of nedv who is talked of as the fa- Orchid of the week: "Women are ei:s:3 (j (4 i:i::
; tribulation: but b of good God. Judait's very existence is vont. Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts Weak," a delightful Frenchie, at ::i:::i: , :::::::::i
a cheer. I have overcome the threatened,: But Isaiah reminds Wititt
the Paris. :::::::::
, world." the nation of God's mighty acts in But of all the, Democratic! hope-
: We all need to learn the lesson history the redemption f r o m fuls, the one -Man who ha! nod INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00 iii .,., .. ,.,:,, ,,,,,; ,,,,,,-,,,, ,?A
oaf patience. It comes as the by- Egypt and their deliverance from mine to dinner is Adlai Stevenson.. M ...and will appreciate your ccooperation :::::::::
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'-roduct of our human experience. the Midianites. They are to face The labor people do not believe he :.::-:, and patience auring the service interruw, ::::::::
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. Oil, The, Late Watch: Starlet Judi :::-:::'
, e child tiveafor the day be- present dangers buttressed by can win. So they are not interest- We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages tion 'on:June 21st, which is necessarr,t0 '''i b
, Meredith and Ivan Townsend :::::. make 'improvements in My services in the
icause be has no backlog in life. these memories. ed. Inside the party, that would or other securities ::::!
I Smith, very rich, have started the :i::i: -:::::::
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;Ile wants what he wants right This is one of the reasons we are appear to end hiq chances, for. in- countdown. Their chums say X:i:i
following areas'. .' ::::::::
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, .gway. He lacks the perspecthe studying the Book of Isaiah, that side the party, this group of labor ::::::::
,, Cary Grant okayed Madelyn Rue's i::i ss::
, and prOportion of the mature man. we too may learn and profit frrom men are among the big chance
iBut so it was with Judah in the the lessons of its history. 25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00 dates with Dick Sargent, while !;::i:i ss::
makers. Hours.. 6 a.m. 12 m.
Cary was abroad. How cozy. . :i:i': -:-:::
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CONRAD() REAMS 1
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rtad tem columnlas' tAttrfasttteltr
"Beaten Under The Wire in which that person ho s tpe r
sponsible for his not having collected some 8204 off a daily
double.
This horse player erroneously and repeatedly refers to my
program as the reason for his misfortune. The program that is
published in The Panama American is released by the racetrack
and has never been listed as an official program.
Down Irough the years the progNiths published in news newspapers
papers newspapers are Anvariably subject to changes and almost every week weekind
ind weekind some variation is made. The program, run in SUIT n'y's paper
is the one originally sent to us by track's publicity 0:fice and
Oid not include DOTIft Linda as a, starter in last Sunday's sec secand
and secand race.
She was included in the official program and listed as No.
1. Hence. all the horses numbers were changed. This unfortunate
player says he selected the winning combination of Brancial BrancialDoha
Doha BrancialDoha Flora and made his bet on 4-7 which later turned out to
be Brandal-Fieltro because with the inclusion of Dona Linda
an the second race, Dofia Flora which WaS originally listed as
7 became No. 8 on the official card.
I extend my sympahty to "Beaten Under The Wire" and
bope that he will profit from this sad experience. There have
been times when an entire race has been substituted on the of ofXiciai
Xiciai ofXiciai program from one on the list of "final entries."
My advice to him is to either call the names of the horses
he wishes to bet on (Brandal-Dofia Flora, for example) or buy
an official program at all times. The ticket vendoer sail have
tofficial programs so if a player places his bet bv giving the
Xiame of a horse he will be sure to get the correct number.
Conrad Sargeant.

1 DAILY "AMITIVIII"

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(Prosentad by this Dop3rt Dop3rtmont
mont Dop3rtmont of Christian Education of
the Episcopal Church in tho Mis
sionary Diocoso of the Piano Piano4
4 Piano4 me Canal Zone.)
St. John 16:33
: IN A VERY LITTLE WHILE
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1 "In tho worttl yo shall have
; tribulation: but be of good
ehoor. I have ovorcomo the
' world."
: We all need to learn the lesson
oaf patience. It comes as the by by'vroduct
'vroduct by'vroduct of our human experience.
!qhe child livetfor the day be be(cause
(cause be(cause be has no backlog in life.
;lie wants what he wants right
Airway. Ile lacks the perspectie
a and prOportion of the mature man.
!But so it was with Judah in the
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days of Isaiah. Judah trembled in
the presence of Assyria. When
trouble came they could not see
beyond the immediate crisis be.
cause they had failed to look to
the past.
See the way in which Isaiah
meets their fear. His is, no ,etlsy
optimism. He does not minimize
the strength of the enemy. ln.
stead he magnifies the power of
God. Judait's very existence is
threatened.: laut Isaiah reminds
the nation of God's mighty acts in
history the redemption from
Egypt and their deliverance trom
the Midianites. They are to face
present dangers buttressed by
these memories.
This is one of the reasons we are
studying the Book of Isaiah, that
we too may learn and profit frrom
the lessons of its history.

Till

Labor News
And
Comments
Sy VICTOR RIESE'.
NEW YORK There were al almost
most almost as many reauy-w-run eau
diciates as there were ready-towzar
ouyers m this o.g garmen,
town these past iew weeks. The
presidential candiaakes, ince tne
ouyers, headed for the same in inciustry.
ciustry. inciustry. But uniike the ouyers, tne
canaidates were on the selling
smewith a "soft sell" technique.
rhey were the Democratic
hopefuls noping to win labor
support so they can truthfully say
to next year's convention dele delegates
gates delegates that they believe they will
run well in New York despite the
looming Republican strength of
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller.
Most recent of the visitors was
Missouri's Sen. Stuart Symington.
It was 5;30 last Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon when he walked unnnoticed
into a two-room suite of the quiet
off-Park Ave. Hotel Tuscany.
In that suite "for the duration"
lives Washington attorney Arthur
Goldberg, counselor to the United
Steelworkers of America now in
marathon negotiations with the
steel industry. With lawyer Gold Goldberg
berg Goldberg around the wheeled-in dineer
talbe that night were Ladies Gar Garment
ment Garment Workers Union leader David
Dubinsky dynamo and source of
power in New York unique Liber
Party; Alex Rose. president of the
Hatters Union, whose friends kid
him about being the Jim Farley
of American labor but who won't
run second to Jim in any political
chess game, and Jack Potofsky,
head of the influential Amal Amalgamated
gamated Amalgamated Clothing Workers Unio
founded by his friend, Sidney Hill Hillman.
man. Hillman. And, of course, Stu Syming Symington.
ton. Symington. For two hours they talked na national
tional national politics. Sen. Symington res-1
pected his hosts' political sophis sophistication
tication sophistication too much t odo .atiything
but talk like a candidate. He nev-:
er actually said he was. But ev everything
erything everything he said said so.
The Senator from Missouri!
didn't have to be shown. He knew,
that the men with him were thel
political policy makers of the
AFL-CIO There would have been
one other New Yorker pressnt
George Meatiy---but he was on the
high seas heading for London and
Berlin.
Otherwise these are the men
who not only make policy in the
background, but who back their
policy with action, political ma machinery
chinery machinery and funds. This gives
them considerable influence in the
Democratic national convention
delegations of many states.
The labor men listened to Sy-I
mington's attack on President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and tothe Senator's an an'elves
'elves an'elves Of wotoutmositefense exnen
ditures. they talked theri
spoke of their interest in other pos-1
sible candidates. They talked of'
their wish to keep the pro-labor li liberal
beral liberal coalition intact Inside the
Democratic Party.
They urged Symington, as they
had urged Sen. Hubert Humphrey
and Sen. John Kennedy, not to
tear at other candidates and rip
, the party as the Adalai Stevenson StevensonlEstes
lEstes StevensonlEstes Kefauver feud did in '56.
Exactly 24 hours before this pri private
vate private dinner, most of these labor
leaders sat in the Hotel with Sen.
Humphrey. He was the guest
speaker at the Liberal Party ban banquet
quet banquet and they went for a drink
soft. of courselater.
To Humphrey. too, they intoned
against ripping primary fights in
Wisconsin or Oregon with al alarums
arums alarums and attacks by the candi candidates'
dates' candidates' against eAch other. Hiitn Hiitnnhrey
nhrey Hiitnnhrey agreed. He reported that
he had talked with his good friend
Symington and with KennedY
And that they pledged not to
smear each other in their drive
for the presidential nomination.
Some days earlier. Senate ma manority
nority manority leader Lyndon Johnson
spent a day in town. Whom he
saw, I do not know.
But there and there in labor
circles you catch references
resnectful ones tn the Texan
with the towering influence. So
there must have been political
discussions.
And before Johnson's !lay, Sen.
Kennedy was In town He spoke
to Mr. Poe's rationri conven convention
tion convention which wiitioned it up for
him. Of these Mon, it is Jack Ken Kennedv
nedv Kennedv who is talked of as the fa.
vorite.
there In labor
references
tn the Texan
influence. So
been political
But of all the, Democratic! hope hopefuls,
fuls, hopefuls, the one man who bas nod
COMP to dinner is Ad lai Stevenson.
The labor people do not believe he
can win. So they are not interest interested.
ed. interested. Inside the party, that would
appear to end hict chanc,s, for. in inside
side inside the party, this group of labor
men are among the big chance
makers.

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BROADWAY
Celebs About Town: Mrs. Gul Gulgencio
gencio Gulgencio Batista, mate of tbe exiled
Cuban, unrecognized by Waldorf WaldorfTower
Tower WaldorfTower passerby. She dwells there
Lena Horne and her new Bus Buster
ter Buster Brown haircut plus bangs.
Hope Hampton hobbling into the
Beau Rivage witb a pink bandage
and blue ribbon bow on her in injured
jured injured toe. Sonja Henie wearing
enough "ice" at the Cafe Pierre
to skate on. .Recording star
Bobby Darin wagering $100 on
winner "Splish-Splash" at Yonk Yonkers
ers Yonkers Raceway. Named for his hot
record. It paid 8 to 1...The Paul
Newmans (Joanne Woodward)
showing the baby pictures to the
Cornenot-Hawaii crowd.
Wernher von Braun, tbe missile
genius, doodling on a Latin Q
tablecloth. .,,.1David Kinn eliasnn
Ing the Monsignore .Geeff
Thyssen and ber secret bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom Ron Starr honey-mooning
at the St. Moritz.
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Sallies In Our Alley: A group
of knockers we're cutting up a cer certain
tain certain Hollywood actor, who was
among the diners at The Sacred
Cow. ."I have It on the best
authority that he Is no Swish!" de defended
fended defended a fellow. ."What's your
authority," heckled a wag, "his
dressmaker?'. ..At Lindy's last
night a waiter wondered why
Reubens named a sandwich after
Joe E. Lewis instead of a drink.
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Midtown Vignette: One of the
column Faithfuls reports eye-witnessing
it on 5th Avenue in the
Rockefeller Plaza area. Men
were busy placing a baby tree in
a hole in the pavement. .A ty typical
pical typical city mother and her little
daughter were entranced by the
procedure ."Look darling,"
said mother, "this is how a tree
grows."
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Memos of a Midnighter: Bank Banker
er Banker Robert Lehman and his spouse
are wrestling with that familiar
decision. .Biggest new feud:
Discjockeys Dick Clark and Hy
Lit. They say about 30 artists
will not be renewed by Decca at
the end of this month...Betty Hut

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tonand Stanley Roberts, authot of
her new TV series, "Goldie," are
Compatible. .Elaine -Dunne has
erased Anna Maria Albergiletti
from Buddy Bregman's heart.
Felix Young, popular host of
H'wood and Miami Beach, v,ill
open a swank spot on Park Avenue
near 58th...Suzy Parker's sister
Dorian Leigh married a French
medic in Paris Monday
Marlon Brando's new apartment
is on E. 63rd .Don't invite actor-author
Peter listinov and the
Atlantic ,Monthly editors to the
same party. .Lester Lenin has
produced several photostat.;
showing that the Ford clan nook
his crews, too. The column is
now bored with the Davis-Lanin
war.. Starlet Kathy Marlowe and
actor Harry Jackson were riveted
last Sabbath at New Rochelle..
Billy Rose is buying the Huuscer
and Palace Theatres.
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Guide to the Girls: The Broad Broadway
way Broadway wolf-pack do not always pa patrnize
trnize patrnize the boites to seek their
prey. The following locations
are more fruitful. Noting actres
ses usually are found in Downey's
on 8th Avenue near 44th The
same girls (after they make good)
populate Sardi's or the Absinthe
House. Teevee hopefuls May be
found in bunches at Cromwell's,
the Radio City drug store
Airline stewardesses: At the Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Plaza-Hotel drug store. Na National
tional National and American Airlines dolls
Acting and dancing students:
The sandwich shop on the B'way
and 52nd corner. .Radio City
Rockettes: At the Radio City cof coffee
fee coffee shop on 50th Street. The
visiting movie stars: The Sher
rw-Netherland's cocktail lounge.
Models: The coffee shop at
46th and Lexington.
from out-of-town, who comfort
kin back home by dwelling at
The Barbizon for Women or The
Rehearsal Club on W. 53rd. At the
latter places the chaperones
makes things grim.
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The Times Square Circle: Pro Producer
ducer Producer Otto Preminger and Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Hope Brice will make it per permanent
manent permanent via the altar. .Hoagy
Carmichael, the "Star Dust" com

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COLON BRANCH:
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of 7th St.
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Wheelbarrow"

New York
poser, and actress Wanda McKay
made their idyll public at the
Kowlion in Los Angeles. .C.
Chaplain will reaca 70 with the
birth of his, 10th child. .Eva
Bartok's dates are divided be between
tween between Gerald Nelson, a movie
actor, and John Nasht, Bob
Evans who eluded all the traps
set by beauues on both coasts,
is trying t catch Kay Beldin, one
of Vogues moue's. .Tennessee
Williams' book will be a series of
sketches on "the most interesting
people I've met". .Lovely Betta
St. John, who created the ingenue
role in "South Pacific," is now a
TV player in London. .AcLross
Darcy Lewis and comic Vic Ar Arnet!
net! Arnet! cancelled matters as the wed wedding
ding wedding date neared. Sonny Tugs,
who quit imbibing 7 months ago,
will star in a new TV series title
"BalididcW,
, la$14 ,,444
Sounds in the Night: At the Ivy
Club: "Howcum beer looks better
on a 21-inch screen than on a 30-
foot bar?". .At Al Cooper's:
"It's easier to knock a success
than to be one'. At Maxims:
"I know he's doing great, he just
fired the agent who got him start started".
ed". started". .At Eddie Condon's: Stars
who live in a fool's paradise have
wall-wall banana peels'. .At The
Little Club: "If they make 3rd
Avenue one-way, the bartenders
will have to point the drunks.'
Stage Door: Stale and Blake's
next show will be "Happy Times."
Due next Fall. Mabel Lee (sign (signed
ed (signed for it) is a phone operator. Ex Except
cept Except on weekends when she
thrushes at' Wells Cafe, Haritt'an...
Actress Penny Singleton, battling
Actors' Union exec Jackie Bright,
called him a "dime store Hoifa"
on Mutual. The network had to
give him equal time to heal the
wound. .Faith Dane, one of the
hilarious strippers in "Gypsy",
made the long to Broadway from
the carnival circuit, Where she
worked last season. .When the
Takarszuka troupe debuts at the
Met Opera Sept. 16th the ladies in
it may appear outdoors only in
paris., To protect each other from
the other sex. .Every theater is
booked for next season. Many pro producers
ducers producers must wait for the Fall
flops to get a house for Novem November
ber November and December. .Byron Gold Goldman
man Goldman is the wealthy backer of Da.
vid Merrick's four Broadway hit
shows. He visits the goldmines
nightly. To see the money. .The
Orchid of the week: "Women are
Weak," a delightful Frenchie, at
1 the Paris.
The.Late Watch: Starlet- Judi
Meredith and Ivae Townsend
Smith, very rich, have started the
countdown. .Their dhums say
Cary Grant okayed Madelyn Rue's
dates with Dick Sargent, while
Cary was abroad. How cozy.
Ex-Middleweight Champ So Ily
Krieger's wife -got her divorce in
Fla. .The Roney-Plaza Hotel
(Miami Beach) is transforming
the 7 acres of gardens into a tro tropical
pical tropical isle motif. .Diana Hyland
and John Napier of "Sweet Bird"
are a New Two. .Latest song
smash in Paris is "Yiddish. Ma.
ma" with Frenct wordage.. Mu Music
sic Music publisher ,Jtek Mills bought
the Wittersoo-Snyder Music firm
35 years ago for 510,000. He is sel selling
ling selling it to Muzak tor Five Million!
Mitch' Miller leaves Columbia Re Records
cords Records to head it. .GovernmEnt
sleuths suspect that Admiral
Strauasil troubletgetting confirm confirmed
ed confirmed by the Senate), is Cyrus Eaton,
Ohio' indistra list- A bitter heckler
Of the President.' mit only Am Amerisatt
erisatt Amerisatt Charles 'Chaplin corres corresponds
ponds corresponds with in the' U.S. is Mary
Pickford. Ex-Mayor O'Dwyer's
autoblog will have a better title:
"The Higher You Climb"
Lenore Lemmon, who was to wed
Georg. (Superman) Reeves, now
shares her loss with a H'wood
movie executive's wife who kept
throatening she's kil1 Lenork

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In each case 6.4 ratuoacive
poison woulo De so great tnat the
a.t.acsing ntition woula ye wiped
out- by its own Wont.
mason tor we pressure against
Holified to noia up ins mvestiga
two is the uiplomatic sparring dt
Geneva. somec Eisennower auvis auvisers
ers auvisers Lear that if toe American puo puohc
hc puohc Deconies too elisions tor an
end ot xt-oomo tsung,. itu's itu'ssans
sans itu'ssans witi De able put- across
a nali-Daseu treaty unuer'
tney cheat.
Ise nimseii, -aowevert e 5
determineu to sign sonie ,sortin
agreement to enu LiOOMD tests.
he Is just as vigorously for it
now as ne was ctitical ot
SWvenson for. urging it-in 1956.
Reason wny Rep. Holitlect now
has the facts with Whim to mea measure
sure measure tOtal radioactive about is
that tor the iirst time the tout
figure tor all homb tests so tar
hew nas been aeclassuled.
It's no longer secret tint a to total
tal total of !'"6 inegatons at nuclear ex explosions
plosions explosions Ltave oeen maue ay tne
USA, tibblt, and Uh. comoined.
This will permit toe scientists
Hoillielo will esti upon to testily
to pick 224 targets in tha USA'
anti show what would happen if
nity were otasten out et com commission.
mission. commission. Holitield's simulatea at atomic
omic atomic attack wui use) 260 weapons
rangmg irom one to' ten huga-L
tons. tionneld'snome tat',m Los
Angeles win get at nail omen.
erom this, ,scientists Will De a able
ble able to figure,,out -toe, complete
structurat tiamage 4o, theL4iiied
States and compute the number
kitten.. But, pertiaps more impor important,
tant, important, they win compute tne own ownage
age ownage done to-,the cotihtrY SkiljPglk
euly launching toe attack...Russia.
It woula oe wiped out by radio radioactive
active radioactive taltout coming back am
its own aggression.
Unless me pressure becomes
too great, the tiolitield investiga investigation
tion investigation is oue to start on Itionuay.
FRONT-PORCH FRONT
Outside the U. S. Capitol the
nattier was steaming not. The
temperature was in tne 90's.
House memDers were rusiiing
in tor a quorum call, among
them Democratic Rep. Ranciau
S. Harmon, who received,' a lot
of publicity some montns age tor
charging, it tht vott4,o4-; i goo
itiorito rent for a froilt:pticlw "Of "Office"
fice" "Office" on nis Int:Liana home.
"Tell me, Randall," inquired
,Speaker Sam Rayburn ef Texas,
"la that porch ot yours air-conditioned?'
"It's enclosed, but not air-conditioned,
Mr. Speaker," grinned
Harmon.
"Well, I'd leavei t like it is,"
suggested Rayburn. "the way
things 'are going, we won't ad adjourn
journ adjourn here until September. By
that time you won't need air airconditioning."
conditioning." airconditioning." HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
Ex-Secretari .of 'the '''Treautify
George Humphrey is pulling po-
erful financial strings to get Lew Lewis
is Lewis Strauss confirmed as Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of gommerce. This leaked Out
last week frotit''George'H'..- Leve,
who succeeded Htimphrey as
chairman of the M. A. Hanna in industrial
dustrial industrial empire. Love confided
to business associates; "We are
hdoing everything in our power to

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bring ilk ut. e co a n -,
Admiral Stratisin
are blinking their eyes over eyes.;
ident., Eisenhower's latesr speeck,
calling for a "responsible'. sensi sensible,
ble, sensible, lisco,policy in government."
These are -almost the 'e sect
words he used in Hie 1952 caM-..
paign lo attack President Tru Truman's
man's Truman's "mismanagement" 'of the
national debt.' -.The debt fats
then $265 the annual in interest
terest interest was', less than $5 bihion
and government bonds Were sell-
ing at par. After six years of
Ike's management, the national
debt is now $285 billion, the an-
nual interest is more than 48 hi!.
lion, and government bonds are
selling below par on the money
market.. Ike apparently believes
that if he preaches economy loud
and long enough, thepublic
believe his fiscal policies are
sound. Yet for all his talk' about
a balanced blidgee, he hail plung-
ed the government deeper in the
rd this fischl" year than any
Prsident in-peatetime, 'For the
fiscal year ending June 30, his
budgets will be unbalanced by
a whoppint $13 New
York't 'littableCotr Bill Billwho'is
who'is Billwho'is working backstage to woo
New York Republicans away
from Governor Rockefeller into
Vice President Nixon's camp, is
also' trying to sew up GOP votes
in the House against civil rights.
Miller is the GOP whip in'
the unofficial Republican Dixie Dixie(Tat
(Tat Dixie(Tat coalition.

NO INFLUENCE INTENDED
Cong. Ed Hebert of Louisiana,
a two-fisted battler to get small
business a bigger share in de defense
fense defense contracts, has sent Fatner's
Day ties to his Congressional col.
leagues.
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However, the witty Louisianan
made sure that the gift, would :
not be construed as a concession -is
to big businesk os,:an effort to
"influence" recipients of the
neckties. An accompanying letter
explained;
,
"'Since last a er s Day we
have run the gamut from vicuna
to nepotism, and now we are in
the throes of finding out whether
or not retired military officers
ever die or just fadeaway on the
payroll of some defense contrac contractor.
tor. contractor. Take my word for it, the ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of this Father's Day tie
is not intended to influence you
one damned bit."
Hebert adds that the tie manu manufacturer,
facturer, manufacturer, who shall be unanmcd,
is not a I'defense plant. a public
works project, ,nor,lja, the nIrnt
located in a dIstressed. area. As
.11 matter ,21facttis.ifn 9rlesna
Ong,pftitbe, Alpi,tiAgtenlye 4reettt
in the ithllonL114 City Care
Forgot and Industry Remember Remembered.'
ed.' Remembered.'
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in Colon
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fit stallfit In World During.: the night the regitnent ed them agagt at about 10:00
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ThellinreltrStat,'1944'.'Thelgace firegalaced oti Lone'Tree, concen- to the beach east of Rocky Point
is the PacifiC, Capt.Chester 'W. tilting on the Rocky Point area. and reorganize.- At 11:20 they
Van Orman was nearby as a squad The next dayi June 22, started started up the' hill, following the
leader when the 20th Infantry with 20 minutes of strafing of the old route of Companies I and K.
hunched its attack" against Lone hill by 18 P-47's 'from nearby They had to slowly fight their
Tree years ago Witt.'" Wake They dropped full way throligh machine gun, artil artilVan
Van artilVan Orman was a' member th belly tank end sot them afire. lery and rifle' tire. They did this
158th Regimental Combatleam Per ten Minutes a total of 1,080 by uaing fire and movement.
which its dbeen relieved in its de- rounds cif artillery were fired in- Company G suffered especially
tense positions by the 20th Infan- to a 400 by 900-yard area on the heavy losses.
try, He has since se,rved Vith the northeast side of Lone Tres. By 2 p.m. the, head of the
20th Infaniry twice satd today is At 8:30, Company K led off the battalion reached the top and by
commanding D company of the lst attack, followed closely behind by 4:30 the battalion had set up an
Battle Group. ComPanY About 11:30, the two organized perimeter defense just
'Tbe 158th had lest 326 easualtid; companies teamed their firepower northwest of the 3rd battalion o oduring
during oduring its effort to take the hill. As against. enemy: troops with light verlooking the, west cliff. Duriug
the 20th prepared to jump' off, the mortars,, machine guns tand rifles the day, the 3rd Battalion had
defense positiens were taken over "and, drove,them into ,the eaves. By held off the enemy end continued
in turn brIbe ist Infantry, at com- 12;41 IC and were at the top of to dig in its 'Mortar and rifle
panion regielSitt Wan- tone ,areejust south of Rocky fire kept up in the position.
try Divisleatillh Iftur,t119 r, Point.' ft,07 Thirst was a real problem. On On,
, On, At ages June. .-10iithe 20th In- MeaswhileiCompany,1, at 9:30 ly a heavy rainfall the night be be'
' be' fantry movedout le strike from passeckthrough the, lot Battalion fore had prevented it from be be'
' be' Its positions on the Tirfeem Riv- near the village, set its 81mm mor- coming a major one., Few sup sup',
', sup', or. The lst Sattalion reached the tars to firing Into Abe ,village and plies had reached the hilltop
Snaky River at:the has ,of 'the pushed to tho;uorthwest. Protect- Company I,- of the 1st infantry
I "stern slop often9.1,rvoicabout mg Vs flanks 4 reeve-was Com- had tried to get through to the
! noon. Company It pushed ,ow tov pony. The Companies tried to hilltop late the,day before with

ward a village 'at the entrance of force. their-way .up the southeast
! the defile to the ,south of the bill slope of Lone Tree but they were
! and was greeted by a hall of au- hit by heavy machine gun and ri ri:
: ri: tomatie fire from the pass. The fir fire In it half circle. They pulled
' weapons ha dnot been spotted back all the way to the extern
during the patroling before the
attack. , While ,Company-F followed K's
Company B tried to outflank the previous route to the hilltop, Com Comenemy
enemy Comenemy further south. But it was pany L pushed across the ravine
halted again b3r Intense machine- about 200 yards to the side and
gun fire. Tanks came up to belt, reached the top.
but they couldn't get over the dif- By 3:00 p.m. Companies If, I, K,
ficult ground to reach the enemy L and part of M had their perime perimeguns.
guns. perimeguns. ter set up near the north end of
Late in the afternoon Company A the hilltop.
reached the 13.- Company position. At 2:00 that afternoon the rest
Both received heavy fire and 'had' of the, 2nd Battalion, following
to spend the night in an isolated the' route, of and- worked
perimeter neat 'the" 400 through the thickly-forested, tan tanyards
yards tanyards away from the rest' of the sled area and reached tho top by
battalion. .'"".'.". 51006.400 yards south-of the 2nd
The 3rd Bitttation atilt lionvi I' The ,,twe battalions
north off the ,coastal road and by tried to get togetherinto ene po polate'
late' polate' afternoon had gone into peri- sition. But enemy firs increased,
meter near the east bank of the stopping them. So they both set
Snaky River. The 2nd Battalion up 'Moir owft.041rims1fm
moved in to fillPaft or the tip he- Htultitieda 'of enemy, treops were
tweet' the other two battalions Just holed up in the numerous caves
before nightfall. So far four had and crevices berow the top. Appar Apparbeen
been Apparbeen killed and 28 wounded. ently they had deliberately allowed
' The next day the regiment's the 20th's companies to reach the
companies patrolled to locate ene- top.
my strong points. Companies A and At 5:30, two companies of Nip Nip'
' Nip' B banged up against strong ooposi- ponese Infantry personally led by
tion as they moved south of the Col. Soemon Matsuyama erupted
main road toward the defile. At from their hiding places and rush-1
; the end of the day, Company B was ed against the 3rd Battalion. Thel
in position south of the road, 600 2nd Battalion found itself surround surroundyards
yards surroundyards from the rest of battalion ed too and could not move to help
which held its same positions of the the 3rd. The U.S. soldiers fought 11
nieht before. through ,mtich of the night in the
The 3rd tettation petrels roach- confusing dark against suicide suicideed
ed suicideed the nirthiliit tate And 'moved bent Nippeite0d. There were many
toward th. eastern ,slopes of the ban0Ftxt-hand, Agbts,
TheY'sivi7iiiktovity pisitlima" : Bym -t1W 001.battailMis
end at 1:30 the battallen called -were isolated. 7Thi regiment 'had.
in preparation of artillery and lost 30 killed and 100 wounded.
4.2-Inch mortars for 15 minutes, They did not know they had wound woundattacking
attacking woundattacking right at the end of the ed Col. Matsuyama. The Japanese
fire. pulled back after midnight, but
Moving across the Snaky, one they had been reinforced by three
icompany found a 20-foot cliff along more companies.
the eastern side soliered by ma- At dawn, the 2nd Battalion Wei
chine gun and rifle fire from Jap- attacked from the deep ravine-by
anese ',positions tbat pinned down enemy troops, some wearing parts
teh lead platoon. P,art of the com- of U.S. uniforms and handling U.S.
pany moved northward around the weapons. At first the men of the
northeast end of the shelf and ran 2nd thought a friendly patrol might
into intense Japanese email arms be coming and did not fire but
fire in It deep ravine opening on when the Japanese got within 15
the beach, r yards. they saw the mistake.
Company', 411if ktk-Englpeers Both sides lost heavily in Be Became
came Became in. TIMCUISSAListe, the ver,e fighting quail, hour later
enemy with flame-throwere and the enemy finally bad to retreat.
demolitions but were- stopped by Meanwhile the 2nd Battalion
the continued fire of machine guns, had, orders to make contact
mortars and-lines. Infiretry be- with .the,- 5rd and. .could ot
zooka squadrltied to blast le en- move, along ,the, hilltop., About
' emy out Of their cave: but' their 8:00 a.m., ,Jum 23, the batta battaammunition
ammunition battaammunition rattntItl'' lion worked, back down the hill
As darricaMst tot, the 3rd battal- to thei,west bank of the Snaky,
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'GUIDON CHANGES HANDSCot Ralph A. slOnes Jr.. command command.
. command. )ing officer of the ist Battle Group, 20th Infantry. passes the A
;Company guidon' to Capt. George A. Grayeb Jr., as he takes over
, "command of the company. To the rear is Sgt. Albert A. Clarke.
:company guidon bearer, and at the right is Capt. Robert S. Mc McXlenaghan,,
Xlenaghan,, McXlenaghan,, oUtgoing commander who bas been assigned as an
:ROTC instructor at Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon.
', Ga., Grayeb, to, graduate of the J.T.S. Military Academy with the
class of 1952, has served in Japan and Korea and attended the
) officers' advanced course at Fort Henning. Ms Initial assignment
In' the Canal Zone was as an instrUctor at the Jungle Welfare
Training ,Oenter, Tort Sherman. arm Photo)

Heavy enemyffire from :t posi positions
tions positions along the, 20-foot cliff- stall stalled
ed stalled them again- at about 10:00 o-
clock. The Ind had to withdraw
to the beach east of Rocky Point
and reorganize.- At ,11:20 they
started up the-hill, following the
old route cif Companies I and K.
They had to, slowly fight their
way throligh 'machine gun, artil artillery
lery artillery and rifle' Aire. They did' this
by naing fire. and movement.
Company G -uulfered especially
heavy losses.
By 2 p.m.- the, head of the
battalion reached the top and by
4:30 the battalion had set up an
organized perimeter defense just
northwest of the 3rd battalion o overlooking
verlooking overlooking the, west cliff., During
the day, the, -3rd Battalion had
held off the enemy and continued
to dig in as 'Mortar and' rifle
fire kept up in the position.
Thirst was a real problem. On Only
ly Only a heavy rainfall the night be before
fore before had prevented it from be becoming
coming becoming a major one., Few sup supplies
plies supplies had reached the,
ComPanY ot the lst Infantry
had tried to get -Through to., the
hilltop late the,day before ;with
ammunition, water and ration'.
But they-got only as .far as the
northeast corner of Rocky 'Point
before dark-. At the morning .of
the 23rd, the companystarted out
again and was pinned dovrn 4 and
surrounded at the top' 'of the
point. The men mon ran out of
ammunition. They got only a few
men through to the 3rd Battalion
of the 20th.
Soldiers of the 20thss anti antitank
tank antitank and eervice companies tired
to help the 1st Infantry's
Company L. finally in late aff-.,
mon after the 2nd, Battalion'
of the 20th hid again' reached
the hilltop, L Company of the
1st was relieved with many ca casualties
sualties casualties and most of the sup supplies
plies supplies lest.
The lst Infantry ordered two
machine gun platoons and two
37mm anti-tank guns to the foot
of Rocky Point. By firing at en enemy
emy enemy positions they made it pos possible
sible possible for small carrying parties
to light up and down the trails
on the hill and evacuate 30T
wounded men during the day.
Neither the 2nd nor 3rd Bette-
lion on top of the hill had receiv received
ed received many supplies and there was
barely enough food and ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition to carry on the struggle.
A bayonet charge by the Nip Nipponese
ponese Nipponese infantry from the east
slope on both the 2nd and 3rd
Battalion positions started the
evening. It was thrown back with
heavy losses by U.S. riflemen
and machine gunners. But small
groups, of. enemy kept on attack attacking
ing attacking fanatically through thei,irdglit.-
The next day the 24th
the 6th Infantri Division com commander,
mander, commander, Mal. Gen. Franklin C.
Wind, tried to outflank Lena
Tree Hill by an amphibioue at attack.
tack. attack. Companies I anti K et
the 1st Infantry, leaded up on
tracked landing vehicles. A Aboard
board Aboard ether "alligaresu vier,
soldiers of the 6th Reconnals Reconnalssante
sante Reconnalssante Troop protecting the
movement with ,3mm ;on s.
Moving up the coast, the 1st
companies landed on Rocky
Point as the 37mm fire raked
beach. 'The landing took
froni about 9.a.m. to noon.
They cottldn't make progress
inland because Nipponese positions
in the. swampy wood between the
beach and west cliff of Lone Tree
were laying down such heavy
fire.
About 1:30 fonr tanks ,of ,Com ,Company
pany ,Company C, 44th-Tank Battalion land landed
ed landed behind the two companied of
thulst. But "they could not move
off the beach because of a clay
and rock bank; At dark the in infrantrymen
frantrymen infrantrymen and tankers pulled in into
to into all around defense on the
beach.
Meanwhile, during the day the
2nd and .3rd Battalions of the
20th moved out with determina determination
tion determination into fire from Japanese mor mortars,:
tars,: mortars,: machine guns and rifle and
'began to blast out the eaves and
crevices.
On Rocky Point assault teams
with flame throwers, bazookas,
rifle and band grenades, automa

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259 yin!' s. sou. tia',Ielfl'the-';'bo' ach tie rifles, sub anachine gams,
and started, west-kup the hill. '- high explosives' and g a saline
Heavy enemyl-fire from posi- scoured- each position with' fire
lions along the, 20-foot cliff- stall- and then filled it in with dirt and
ed them again- at shoot 10:00 rocks. The teams .were made up
clock. The 11nd had to withdraw of men from the 20th's 2nd Bat Batbo
bo Batbo the beach east of Rocky Point tenon Headquarters Company,
and reorganize.-- At .11:20 they Companies H and -F, Anti-Tank
started up thehill, following the Company, and of the 3rd Batta Battaold
old Battaold route Of Companies and K. lion, lst Infantry.
They had to slowly fight their The supply route to the hilltop
way throagh 'machine gun, artil- finally was secured by 2nd Batta Battalery
lery Battalery and riflethre. They did this lion of the 20th with the help of
by using fire and movement. Company L, lst Infantry.
Company G -,auffered especially By nightfall of Juno 24 the
heavy losses. man could definitely tell that
By 2 p.m.- the, head of the the Japanese defense on the
battalion reached -the top and by northern section of lone three
I:30 the battalion had set up an was crumbling. That night, the
organized perimeter defense just Japanese made no big counter
aorthwest of the 3rd battalion 0- attack; but they did continua
verlooking the, west cliff.- Durlog to lay in harassing fire by mor morthe
the morthe day, the -3rd Battalion, had tars, rifles and grenades.
held oft the enemy and continued Just before dark, the 3rd Bat Bat:o
:o Bat:o dig In as 'Mortar and rifle talion Headquarters Company and
lire kept up hi the position. Company M had moved across
Thirst was a real problem. On- the Snaky River to the beach
ty a heavy rainfall the night he- east of Rocky Point to set up
lore had prevented it from be. their perimeter so that the Com.
coming e major one., Few sup. pany M weapons could help with
plial had reached the- hilltop-- the mopping up.
ComPanY of. the lst Infantry A good many men bad been
bad tried to get through to., the felled in the 20th Infantry during
tailltep late the-day before VA that diiy of June 24. At dark the
a mmunition, water and ration'. 2nd Battalion reported only 30
But they-got only as .far as the men ready to fight, 'and there
were only 322 on hand in the 3rd
aortheast corner of Rocky 'Point
Battalion. The number was less
oefore dark-. Atli the morning-of
than half their normal strengths.,
te 23rd, the company started out
The 25th 'of June was clean-up
again and wee panned down, and
day again. The men of the 2nd,
ourrounded at. the top 'of the
of and erd Battalion of the 20th
aoint. The men mon ran out
were strengthened by the lst In Inammunition.
ammunition. Inammunition. They got only a few fantry's Companies L and M and
nen through to the 3rd Battalion
of the 20th. by Company B, eth Engineers.
Once again they literally blew
Soldiers of the 20th's anti- out the caves, crevices and holes,
tank and oervice companies tired then filled them in.
to help the ist Infantry's The Japanese fought stubbornly,
Company L. finally in late aft-, Man by man. Some were even
ornoon after the 2nd, Battalion- still, fighting from positions irong
of the 20th had again-reached the- 20 foot cliff toward the hill
the hilltop, L Company of the base.
lit was relieved with many ca- Companies 1 and K of the 1st
sualties and most of the sup- Infantry on the beach west of
plies lost. Rocky Point were still up a aThe
The aThe ist Infantry ordered two gainst a stiff Nipponese defense.
nachine gun platoons and two Tho tanks had to be taken off
ramm anti-tank guns to the foot the beach by landing craft.
)f Rocky Point. By firing at en- The Infantrymen kept up ,a
my positions they made it pos- constant concentration of mor mor;ible
;ible mor;ible for small carrying parties tar fire against the enemy in
o fight up and down the trails the swamp and On the hill. Fl FlHa
Ha FlHa the hill and evacuate 300 nally patrols worked their way
;rounded men during the day. off the beachhead and late In
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ion on top of the hill had receiv- the 1st Infantry worked along
'd many supplies and there was the shore to contact the beach beach)arely
)arely beach)arely enough food and ammuni- head.
ion to carry on the struggle. By dusk, the 20th Infantry and
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aonese infantry from the east forced the Japanese to withdraw
lope on both the 2nd and 3rd and cleared out the northern half
lattalion positions started the of Lone Tree.
'vening. It was thrown back with The three battalions, had lost
eavy losses by U.S. riflemen nearly a thousand killed, wound wound'tad
'tad wound'tad machine gunners. But small ed and sick. The 20th Infantry
:roups, of enemy kept on attack- losses were 83 killed, 484 wound woundng
ng woundng fanatically through the-40kt. edinndill) ea 4),(44 01'N
The next day the ,24th They -had- (Seer 1640 liar
the 6th Infantry- Division corn- Lone Tree RM at least 850 deter determender,
mender, determender, Mal. Gen. Franklin C, mined suicide-minded Japanese in-'
Sibert, tried to outflank Len fantry land- had been exposed to
Tree Hill by an amphibioue at- fire from another 950 enemy on
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Aricoms' solo'
The famed Martin Luther film
will be shown at the Coco Solo
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The showing is to be sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored jointly by Redeemer Lutheran
Church Atlantic side' and the
Margarita Union church, which
churches are now leasing the
chapel from the Panama Canal
Company.

There will be no charge to see
the film, but a free-will offering
will be received to help in defray defraying
ing defraying immediate expenses in the
painting 'of the chapel.
Everyone is welcome to attend.

Annual Unionists
Tourist Excursion
Planned For Mexico
MEXICO CITY, June 20 (UPI)
A plan to organize excursions
of U.S. Unionists to Mexico is be being
ing being formulated here, with the ob objective
jective objective of bringing in 1,000,000
tourists annually.
Talks have been carried on
with James T. O'Connell Assist Assistant
ant Assistant U.S. Labor Secretary, and
'rads of the AFL-CIO, according
to Enrique Lumen, representative
here of the "Institute of Labor
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Prosoneation Tonight
"Tales of bewail," featurisg
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Maier "Hula Nanis," will be
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Latter Day Saints.
Dancing Tonight
At Amador 10' Club
Festivities tonight at the Fort
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Amador Officers Club will fea feature
ture feature a dance from 8:30 p.m. to
12:30 cm. Walter Wood and his
orchestra will provide the music.
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Colombian Ambassador
Hosts Reception
A social event of this week in
Panama City was an informal
reception given by the Colombian
Ambassador to Panama Dr. Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Rocha Schloss at the Embas Embassy.
sy. Embassy. Invitations were extended to
representatives t wesamentp di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic and social circles on
the Isthmus.
Sport Shirt Dance
At Masonic Temple
The Ancon Masonic Temple will
be the scene this evening of
a sport shirt dance. The even will
begin at 8' p.m,, and all Shrin Shriners,
ers, Shriners, Masonic friends and their
ladies are invited to attend.
Hamburgers and hot dogs will
be included in the admission
price, and no reservations aro ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. Mexican Antiquity
Disiovered In U.S.
MEXICO CffY, June 20 (UPI)
A priceless ancient Indian
eculpture knovnt as "the plumed
coyote," has been located in the
United States after disappearing
from the national anthropology
museum, the newspaper Noveda Novedades
des Novedades reported today.
The piece was stolen in Jame Jamery
ry Jamery and sold for 50,000 to an un unidentified
identified unidentified "institution" in the U.
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How long has it been since you
Tackled a job you were a little
afraid of, instead of looking
armmd for an excuse to get out of
doing it?
Invited a stranger, perhaps a vi visitor
sitor visitor from another country, into
your home?
Made a trip to the library to
get books to read up on a subject
thM suddenly caught your inte interest?
rest? interest? Tracked down an old friend you
handn't heard from in years?
Sat down and tried to figure
out how to make your home more
convenient and attractive and tow
to overcome the small annoyances
that keep irritating you?
Rated yourseff on the kind of
job you are doing, whether you
are a working WOM1111 or a home
maker or a combination of the
two?
Decided to work toward a dis distaM
taM distaM goal?
Went over your outside activit activities
ies activities with a critical eye, determin determined
ed determined to drop any one of them that
didn't offer you real enjoyment
br a sense of satitfaction?
Made the first gesture of
friendship toward a new neigh neighbor?
bor? neighbor? Attempted to learn something
new and challenging?
Said of an evening out, "This
was fun. It was so different"?
Became friends with someone
considerably older or younger
than your own age group?
Planned a trip to a far off place,
or not you might ever be able to
afford it?
, Did anything to make yourself
1
a better educated person, such as
'reading great books you missed
in school,. studying art apprecia appreciation,
tion, appreciation, music, attending, a milks of
lectures or enrolling in a night
school course?
If it has been quite a while since
you've done many of these things,
no wonder if you complain your
life is getting dull.
--
A woman can have just about
everything and not know how to
make the most of her assets.
Sue is like that. She's pretty
She's capable. She has a good
mind. And she has a good educa education.
tion. education. But Sue might as well not have
any of these assets, for all the
good they do her.
She is so::'titniti And:so:afraid
of ever looking different that
most people don't ven notice
how pretty she really is.
She doesn't get credit for be being
ing being half a,s capable as she is be because
cause because she runs herself down, in.
stead of subtly calling attention
to her acomplishments.'
She his good ideas but she is
afraid oo express them so she is
the kind of person' who is always
wondering why something wasn't
done by a group when if she had
suggested the idea it might have
been done.
Women who have a lot less to
offer than Sue have left her sit sitting
ting sitting on the sidelines, felling lone lonely
ly lonely and unappreciated, because
they hive made so much better
use of their own abilities.
That's why it is smart for any
woman who is secure enough so
that life isn't a constant chal challenge
lenge challenge to check up on herself now
and then and make sure she is
making the most of the gifts that
are hers to use as best she can.
It's easy for sueh a woman to
let herself become drab instead
of vivic to worry and talk about
the things she is not good at, in instead
stead instead of concentrating on doing
the things she can do well.
It's easy to fall into the habit
but it makes a woman so much
less of a person than she could
and ought to be.
Opposition Leader
in Peru Released
From Island Prison
LIMA, Peru, June 20 (UPI)
Judge Isaias Aguirre announcet
today that opposition leader Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Belatmde Terry, who wale
released yesterday from Fronton
Island Prison may yet be brought
to trial on charges of disturbing
the peace.
Aguirre, who ordered Belaunde's
release, said the opporition lead leader
er leader is only at "provisional libel
ty"a Peruvian term correspond.
ing roughly to America's "re.
leased in his own recognizance."
Tile judge said his report to
the corectional tribunal, which
will make the final decision in
Belaunde's case, noted certain
discrepancies between the testi.
morty of the opposition leader
and other members et his pools.
lar action party.
Ito taunt's, Wing to BeWSMOD
after his re WS yesterday, denied
guilt of any e tha Oleos pend pending
ing pending against him. including "dim.
respect" and damage to private
property as well as disturbbtg
the peace.,
nip charges ars an outgrowth
of a riotous demonstration ate ged
by Belaunde's party late Iset
month.
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HILICOPTIRS MIRED
HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) .Si .Sikoraky
koraky .Sikoraky Aircraft Division of United
Aircraft Coro said it has re received
ceived received an order for three S
helicopters from Chicago Helicop Helicopter
ter Helicopter Airways.
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Laboratories In USA.

With the aim of exploring
new concepts in cosmetic chem chemistry
istry chemistry and their practical ap application
plication application to product develop development,
ment, development, Yardley and Company
Ltd. are setting-up Internation International
al International Research Laboratories at
Union City, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Announcing this development,
Mr. T. Lyddon Gardener, Yard Yardley's
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the United States had been sel selected
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quarters headquarters beca-use of that coun country's
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By GAYNOR MADDOX, NIA
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space. Pickle cheese balls are set
in flavored gelatin molds and de decorated
corated decorated with hollowed out rings
of pickles to resemble satellities.
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water, 1.2 cup sweet pickle
quid, 1 3 ounce package cream
cheese, softened; 1-2 cup chop
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In charge of the laboratoriea
as Director of Research will be
Mr. Sabbat Strianse, a Past
President of the American So Society
ciety Society of Cosmetic Chemists and
President of the newly organ organized
ized organized International Federation of
Societies of Cosmetic Chemists.
Yardleys was founded in Eng England
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subsidiary companies in the
United Stites, Canada, Mexico.
France, Australia. New Zealand
and South Africa, with sales of offices
fices offices all over the world. (Advt )

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gredients; mix well. Shape into
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with pickle balls arid remaining
gelatin. Chill until firm. Unmold.
Garnish with additional cream
cheese arid pickles, if desired.
Plato and Ham Salad
Sandwiches (Makes 4 servings)
Two cups diced cooked ham 1
cup process American cheese (a (about
bout (about 1-4 pound), 1-2 cup finely
chopped green pepper, 2 table tableloons
loons tableloons finely chopped onion, 1-3
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would be afraid to play two
rounds of trumps until he could
get ready to trump out tow of
his own diamonds. Trumps could
break three-one and in that ease
some unkind defender -might pull
that third round of trumps and
leave declarer with an extra
diamond loser.
So the top expert would win
the spade lead in dummy and
then play the ace and anotbet
trick and then draw trumpt with
perfect safety since he would
have the diamond ruffs set up.
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four odd. He knew enough about
the- danger of a three-one trump
break to postpone playing two
rounds of trumps but he made
the mistake of playing the king
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partner's jack with the king and
led a third diamond which West
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bid of three no-trutnp. What do
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TOP STUD1NT Cost Guard
Lt. (jg) Beall D. Harrinton (a (above),
bove), (above), son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Harrington of Diablo Heights, has
been selected "student of the
week" at the Whiting Field Na Naval
val Naval Auxiliary Air Station in Mil Milton,
ton, Milton, Fla. He is a gradute of the
U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
Sunday Speaker At
Unitarian Center
Is Mrs. Eda Keith
"God, His mediator and man,"
is tile title of a talk to be pre presented
sented presented tomorrow at 10:30 cm.
by Mrs. Eda Rae Keith st the U.
nitarian Center, 362 Ancon Bou Boulevard.
levard. Boulevard. Mrs. Keith, a member of the
local Baha'i conference, is a na native
tive native of California and hog been
in Panama since 1354s
She and her husband reef:lilt
plOttl leading vital ? the rel.
tntatioa Of a Serial rill lone
programa OV4blI ft to St tiott
)109. They' plea to leave short.
ly tor the toustlorein hinterland
to earty Mt their tattoo work,
Mexican Actress
Weds Actor Ernest
Borgnine In Sept.
MEXICO CITY, June 20 (UPI)
film actress Katy Jurado has
gone to Cuernavaca, a resort
near here, to reuperate from a
reent operation in Berlin.
nul Malan star will marry
Hollywood actor Zrost Itorgnins
there in Iseptembet

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(Dorothy Klieg Men is on vacs vacsHon.
Hon. vacsHon. Pinch-hitting for her today
is singer Jane Minium.)
JANE MORGAN WRITES
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Show bersimstv ittathessewsta onei
thing. Yolu lieVirligvnr(Whowl
phone call may change your while
life. The anticipation, the quick
heart beat when you lift the re receiver
ceiver receiver to hear: "Are you avail.
able to go to China? Paris or
Kalamatoo?" It's terrifying to a
performer, but thrilling, when the
right call comes.
Sometimes it comes and you
don't even know it. Like that even evening
ing evening in 194e, when a Frenchman's
voice said tillle over the phone:
"Miss Morgan, come with me to
Paris. I will make of you a starl"
Now that senaible American girl
would believe. a thing like that,
But, he meatit it.- And -tbe next
thing I knew, I had a, contract
with Bernard Hilda-, French -vrchestra
leader-impresario, to ap appeer
peer appeer at Le Club des Champs Ebt Ebtsees,
sees, Ebtsees, within eight of Ow -Eitfel
Tower, and I Was on niy waY2Pe waY2Peris,
ris, waY2Peris, beautiful, glamorous, exciting
romantic Peels was minelfor
the next five years.
But it wasn't all glamor. I
worked hard, appearing nightly at
"Le Club," as 'the place to go in
Paris" became affectionately
known throughout the city.I sang
on television, on the radio, I re recorded,
corded, recorded, I struggled to learn
French. And how. amused by my
accent the French people were!
French with every big star in
Europe on those shows and in my
numerous engagements all over
EuropeRome, Barcelona, Brus Brussell,
sell, Brussell, London, and, then back to
my beloved Paris. What an ex expatents
patents expatents for a young singer who
was completely, "stage strtick;1
and impressed by every' talented
and glamorous personality, she
met. And yoU know something?
I dill amt ,
KnOWing Edith Piet' Maurice
Chevalier,. lean Sablon, line, Re Renaud,
naud, Renaud, the lateMistin.guette, with
her beautiful "jambes" and her
friendly warmth. (1,Was. so ner
vous when I sang her song,'"Mon
Homme," that I forgot every
word!) And Lucienne Boyer, with
her beauty, and her soft clear
voice made me realize that to
sing was not enough, You must
live a song. You Must believe the
story it tells, Pig doe', and they
all try. Some oucceed, For the
French, the meaning of the words
is much more important tbon a
"pretty voice.!' And I do admit
that some American songs now nowadays
adays nowadays sound like gibberish to me.
I only really enjoy, flinging pangs
tbat sty soMethine. Todayr In
rubes, poopivilks, Gilbert Bek
gaud art .:writing Altar great
swim (Rs .ivrots and recorded
ion Day the Ratite ,CIMS" Over
there.) I have attacked that &top &top0111
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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Kil 'ganef)

dui here unless the original ides
of lyric is retained ln the trausla
tion. Good writers don't write
enough, and bad writers seem too
numerous.
4 atommammoomp,
Itt.working.in Partst I found
one piing out ,about zuropean
men. They' aril 'wildly .possessivei
and terribly jealous. For this one
reason Alone I could never mar marry
ry marry a French man, I think they are
very spoiled, and most of them are
totally unprepared to give a wo
man any credit for having any
brains at Women are suppos supposed
ed supposed to be studied in the art of being
brainless, illogical, impractical,
inexperienced, Ind frivolous and
foolish to a de reel "Decorative
but dull witte ." Unfortunately,
most American women are ex extremely
tremely extremely clever, smarter than lots
of men, and quite capable of look looking
ing looking after themselves. This piques
the EllrOPean male' ego.
I estimate'I tivie'triiVeled over
75,000 miles this year with- en engagements
gagements engagements all over the country,
besides Canada, England, South
America, not to mention Puerto
Rico.
During my recent trip I have
seen rock and roll reach its peak.
I have heard fitly Fair Lady" sung
over the world in five different
languages, and I understand it is
being done in twelve. have sung
in a theatre in Glasgow, Scotland;
at a private party for Bing CrosbY
and his friends. I know one thing
for sureif you are a success. on
Broadway, you are in demand all
over the world.
Although love New York, un unfortunately
fortunately unfortunately I will be forced to
move out because of the new tax
laws in operation. After all,' a
performer spends only about two
or three months a year at home.
After spending $25.000,for my new
act at the Plata Hotel,' there Wet
much lett' to. go around. I think
Governor Rockefeller is a little
harsh on performer'. The chock
goes to theJnterrtal,Revenuk with without
out without twang's-thence-4o -look st it.
If they Would at least let you hold
the money or borrow it for a fow
weeks, it would be awfully nice of
them,
It is also expensive to work in
night clubs. I must maintain se
apartment in New York City
which I use about three weeks out
of the year, so by the time the
New York State Tax takes its
commission, I haven't enough to
buy the stamp to put on the 'en 'envelope
velope 'envelope 1 am sending to the Re Revenue
venue Revenue Department. In tact, I may
have to move to Konnebunkport,
Maine; where I awn a theatre with
my brother, Bob, Currier, also
purchased a 40.acre farm there
last yeat, which I am converting
into; a- Bummer !laid?, Besides
being a performer, you also have
to be a businese Man these
dap., 4 v
on't git me wreng.:,z1 love show
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11;00 Holiness Meeting Confessions: Saturday 0:30 to 7:30 pm
Thursday before Intl Priday 1:30 p.m..
COLON CENTRAL Catechilm Class: 0:15 n.M. on Bundar
Sr, Captala & Mrs. H. Grant Sacred. Heart Novena: 7:00 Ont. On
14th Strait. Phone 20-742 Friday.
11:00 Bonitos Meeting Convert Claws 4:30 pm on Thursday
2:00 Stmday School
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Savoy J. Giu 7:00 to 0:00 p.m. ',.
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7:30 Salvation Meeting 11:15 and I:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novana: Priday 7:15 pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Claw 7:15 Pm. on Mondays
and Thursdays ,
Union Churches Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 1.m. to
' 11:45 am. ... 2:00 pm. to 4:00 p.m.
Irina Pridaytxposition of Moat Bless Blessad
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BALBOA Ion Saturday wonting.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
Balboa Road at Ban Pablo Street of Fatima--The Holy Rosary-5:00 a.m.
Church Hie, 2-3234 Pleat Conimunion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 4:00 to
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service. Classes Mr all ages. MIRACULOUll MEDALCastltal
1043 am.Worship Serviee Church Sunday Mama: 7:00, 1:00 and 10:30 am
7411.1 Day Masses: 1:00. 1:00 amt. and
Thno Story Hour tot Kindergarten 1:11 pm.
and Primary Caldron. Mut:oh-11mo Contessiotuts Saturday 1110 te 1:00 and
cradle gnu the Nurego7, tit 1:00 pm. Pier Rosary each into intoI:00
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cso Dm,4gso sun. junior Nigh Miraculous Medal Novenas 1:11 and
Fellowship. 7:00 Pm- Mt Monday.
7:00 p.mSs:Moe High fellowship. Catechism Clam: Attie 1:00 Man en
Sunday.
PIM Friday Hopisation all day during
lummirrA the School Yeah
MAritarita Av.. and livro, rine Saturday; Masi al COO am

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Classes: Nursery through adult adult,
, adult, 11:00 am- Morning Worship.
Murray foe infanta Ind small shitdrat-
1:00 p.m. Junior Sellowship.,
II:15 p.m Youth Fellowship FellowshipA
A FellowshipA complete schedule of auxiliary oil,
Settle" and official meetinp as an announced
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Off : I-470 Hasa 14116
0:30 a.m. Sunday Schwa.
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Modal meetings ang woolg-day eatt eattwinos
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-a Pantos led Colo: llePaitile et Panama. mined a wskome st oil
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first tridays 7.00 to pm.
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High Schott Stud,' Club' 1:30 pm or
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Holy Day gnaws guts. and COO
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1 Holy Day Man at 4:00 pm
Weekday Masses: .:00 a.m.
ConfeMons: Uttar:lay 3:30 to 4:30 and
5:30 to 7110.
1 CaUchisen Clam: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
am.
Miraculous Modal Minima; ISO p.m
oh Friday.
Convert instructions, Thursday Voti
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..Sunday Masses: 4:00 and 1:30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses: 1:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Massa are
COO and 120 a.m.)
,Confassionsi taitirday 3:11) to 5:00 and
1:00 to COO Pm, pluil4,4bstors TIM
Friday 7:30 pia!'
Miraculous Medal Pitmen and Ilia
&ma of the Crone rriday 710 P.m
Catechism Class: ftm, 140 mass or
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Claim 1:30 Om. Tuesday and
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ST. THERESA'S--Cosoll
Sunday Masa: 1:30 am.
Holy Day Maas: 1:00 am. (It ft (alb
on Saturday.-110 a.m.)
Catechlam Clams 1:10 In 1:00 tm
Monday.
Confessions: 1:00 M 1110 a.m. Sunday.
ST. .101131 illAPTIST DI LA SALL&
, Parena lidliten
Sunday :21:30 and 1:30 am.
Week Days Maas: 610 Mon.. Thurs.
Pri. aritSatAitattirrAdsch mom 0:04 cm
a tiolpflpay 311,40011,110 A.M. to 11:Q0
p.m.,
Consalons! 3:30 to 420 and 1:110 to
4:00 p.m' on Saturday.
Miraculous Modal Novanai Friday 1:00
p.m.
Catechism Class: I:30 p.m. on Sunday
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Sunday Mammal 740. 11:00
ifirst Saturday Mass: COO am.
Weekday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
Saturday ,. :041 p.m. to 8:oo
Miraculous Medal Novena li00
Holy ,Day Manses' 1:30 a.m. 5:15 pm
Confession li:45 P.m. to SAS pat.
very Monday,
Parish Family Rosary and
Benedietion 7:00 Pm
every Wednesday,
biscussion, Inquiry Group TM p.m.
lstrEiday dMvotiont I:00 pm.
1st. turday DisrOtione 7:00 P.m.
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SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Moly COMMUnitta.
6:11 am. Church School (Holy Com
mtmion 3rd Sunday).
9:30 ii.m Santa Cmiarti.on. lird awl.
thEacY. uela Dominica) MO a a:
11:00 am Mortuny Prayer and Set
MOtt, HOly COMMIM1011 SUndaT
7:00 pm tvenina terries..
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4.10 a a. Moly Communion.
?AO a ra, Vienna Prayer.
Amy DAYS
COO hoiy Communion.
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1.11:00 klioday hilmionary Prams
COCOLI
Church et et Andrew
The ger William Pi Baldwin.
Pried in Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Conmurnion. ISO OJD
Family Prayer and
Ch tAlao web Ho 8 I oh y oolCOMmonien and. 9:20 sas
Morning Prayer Jr Sermon MOO azu
-Sunday each Month.
WEDNICSDAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 aat
COROZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
, Prime in Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 &M. Mornins Prayer.
(H.C. first triciay each Month).
GAMBOA
St limOn's Chinch
me BEL .ohn spear, priest in clime
Choral Zueneries and filr
SUNDAYS
mcm 7:00 am
Church School 3:00 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen LSO p,m
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 Pal
MONDAYS. TUZSDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Mondng prayer and Holy
Communion 9:00 am
Zvenine Prayer I:" Drd
Woman's Auxiliary, Ind and
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Conununion I:00 cm.
Mondng Prayer 9:00 lo,m
'Evening PraYet 7:00 Dm
SATURDAYS
familY rucharlit 1110 cm
Office of Compline ...1 9:00 p.m
LA 80CA
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Prieost in Charge
Morning Prayet and Churca
School 4 I:00 oun
mon 4104o4n,
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. Confirmation Liam ..,1...--... t am 1
Choral tucharlie rid Ser.
Holy baptism 12:00 noon
'Evensong and Address .... 7:30 p.m
ard MONDAYS
Woman's Awdliary 730 n.n3
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ... 9:00 cm
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Chop
THURSDAYS
0:30 a nt Hots' Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espavil and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Vilna C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 LIM Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Chureh School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Conummion tind SuRdey of
, Om month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy COnurtunion.
PottAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wen
Priest in Chants- ,-
The Rev. Doyle A. Osborn,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYS
COO e.on Choral Ruthann & Sermon
9:30 cm. Infant Baptism.
3.00 nom, Church School
SIM p.m. Youth Fellowship
7.00 -tin. rvensong and Address.
and- and 4th WED'NESDAYS
ISO p in. Woman's Auxiliary and Al-
tar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St hul's Church
the yen. Emmet 8 Ontrisy Rector
The Rev. CArliOn 0. Morales. Asst.
ouNDAYL
0:00 CM. Holy COMMUM00
girl aas Sung ruchanst & 001111011
10:42 a or Morning Praym and Church
School
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 km. Solemn Vespers
(held ir Building 131)
TVICSDAYS
8:30 cm Moly Communion
7:30 p.m. rvening Prayer and Sermon
WIDNESDAY8
4:00 a ak Holy Communion
7:00 tar. tvortina Prays:
1111.1RNDAlen AND FRIDAYS
3:30 t m. Holy Conununien
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a.m. Hely Conunurtion.
CHRIST CHURCH 81f-THE-SEA
Colon, R.P.
(OpPositt Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer. Rector
The Bev. Henry A. Slake. Assistant
SUNDAY
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solonut Evensong Ss Sermon
8:30 cm. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 km. Church School
MONDAY. TUESDAY Sa THURSDAY
4:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:00 p.m. Zvening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
II:40 a.m. Morning Proyer
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:80 km. livening Prayor & Address
..
FRIDAY
9:40 a.m. Morning Preys,
COO p.m. Evening Prayer
COO cm. Cbildren's rucharist
SATURDAY,.
I:40 Lea. eornhill Prayer
ISO ase. sly communion -'.:
OM p.m. Tvening Prayer
I:30 pas. Office bt CoM01180.
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IL Christopher's Church
Ilith Streit, Panitit Jafewit
The Set Clarence W. 110411.
' vb. norrIllt, ciarsinnePrItriendL
', Militant
SUNDAYS
11:00 ark Holy itiommuniort.
1:30 km. Sung charist and Sermon.
10:30 Liu wornint PraYer and Church
School, ,
MOO noon Holy Saptiant.
ISO p.m. rveneono and ninon.
MONDAYS
7:30 p.m. let and Ihr4. Women't Muth
TiltsDA TS SW.
8:30 pat, tit it I 4 It Daughters el Ls
;sing.
1:30 p.m. Youth Fellotiship. ,, ;
WEDNESDAYS
IlyrDNIAIDATI
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Inatructkem I
rmnistuv$
1:00 Gitia Priondly Seelety.
1:10pm. lari and Srd. Sintiatona,
SATURDAYS
9:36 LS& Junior Confirmation Clam
Other Churches
CHURCH Or hAlASZNI
4140 !frangipani St. Anettn,
Sec Elmer 0 Sebes. Pardee
Sox 297 Minos. C.E. Tel 1-3003
Sunday Srhooi 11:01 a.m
Womhip Service 70:42 am
Youth Service p m
Svangelistic Service 7:710 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. 1:10 Pan
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mh-THonun
Sunday: 9 CM Pastami Wesley.
" 10:30 crit Sunday School.
" lad p.m Evangelical Service
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 ctn. Paraiso
70 a.m. Parana Sunday School
" 7:12 pm. Paralso Svangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct. Ittb1 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson S.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday. Oct. 110th-110 pm. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl ford.
Tuesday, Oct. alst-7:30 Girl,
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 p.m.Choir Practice.
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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mount HopA Canal Zone
(across from Mt. Hope rut Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Paster
Sox SON Margarita. CZ.
Phone 3-3470
Sunday School 9:43 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service. Wed. 120 p.m.
sarioNat. BAPTIST CHURCH
'Amain& R.P.. 23rd Strem tam
ilev li. N. Brown. Minister
Divine Worship 9:30 a.m
mit TN. .B seseen brining
tut 00:g motion otypung
INElmoni
Rio Abair,. LP.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
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JEHOV All'S wrrNasses
Meetings Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. and
Stmdave et 4:00 Pm Why manorial
108 Bathos Road, BRAWL
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CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting! Sunday 3:30 sm
Sunday School; StmdaY 10:00 ern
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m
Belie Society.; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 kirk
Primary; Thursday 4:00 prn.
Telephone Balboa 4217.
Atlantic Branch
Minding 200, Schoolhouse Road. slur
Sunday Schohl: Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church
Milton K. Leidig, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-6101
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
fA class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 s.m
Youth Yellinship ISO p.m
revening Worship 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in providod.
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OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
IL Raphael The Arcliansel
Ilith St. West No. 1
Holy tucharlit: Sunda, al 7:00 tio
Tumid'''. WildhwthiY1 lind 1130T110"
4:30 a.m.
Saerantent ad OnetIOD MOMMI Slin
Ace) First Sunday ol each month al
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Morning dtvotion 6:00 am
Fellowship Worship 11:00 &Jr
SundaY School 3:00 pro
APPIMINIMINIM
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
6104 lith and J. ArOMMEIL Colon
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 cm
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Bible Locture 7:30 p.m
MONDAY
Adult Bible Class 1;30 p.m
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BAHAPS CENT
64 First Sweet
Lirbersixacin III CUM" PilltaM8 Mr
informal Talks and Discussion,
Thursdays ISO Doh
Colon. ttb Front Streets
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Clams Thursdays, ISO pas
40010000.10
arts ausagm csuzaa
rspalabs St" Panda C.Z.
Rot Waidabs 11 Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 sat. Worahl6 Serviro
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
1:16 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Sochg:yar
Wednesdays 7:30 Mid-wink
fellowship.
Thursday: 8:00 Cholz Reheareat,
Friday: 7:30 WOMOn'S Missionary So.
cletY.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave.. Cristbal. CZ.
Ray O. Wright, Evanatlist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
suNDAy
BIM Classes 10 110 Sat
Morning Worship and
Conummion 11:00 a.m
, Evening Worship 7:30 pai
WEDNESDAY
Herald of Truth
HOK 8:43 9:111a-m
Mid-Week Bible Study ... 7:30 pal
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers 8:41 11:11
HOK, Coln, R.P.
You will reeeive a warm welcome a
each Of our soviets.
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CHURCH OP' GOD
foreign Mission Dept. Hdoltrs.:
Cloveland, Tennessee
CHURCH OF GODliallina. C.L
Wirt Noma's Bldg.
308 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gambol 423
Sunday Sondes 11:00 co
Yount Wyk I:30 pa
Evangelistic 7:30 pa
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CHURCH or GOD ..- Parable, C.E.
No. 4 Persian Road
Information: Phone Parole 433
Sunday Service .. WOO am
Youth Service li:30 p.m
livangellortie 7:30 psr
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CIIURCH OP GOD Rio Abide, Pall
15th Street Porous latevre
illooday Wyk .. 1100 Ill
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SundaY School 3:00 pal
Ivingellatie 710 prr
Imiosommo4016
CHURCH OF GOD Cherrille. Pelt.
No. 4-144, 27th Strttl
, Sunday School and
Morning Service '
10-30 els
Xvitigelielle 7:W pse
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effuses-or COD Gritnneille lent0
.TratislithMian litightelly, Gatuiteille
Sunday School and
Morning ;Norville 's 11:40 as
svorigellitior 7:00 pm
CHURCH OP GOD Sante Rita, Pm(
Trandithmian Highway, Sento Rite
Sunday School and
Morninn Servies o oo It, rico
livangetudie 7:00 pal
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CHVIRCH OP GOD Cativ, Panama
Tranalathmian HIghwaY. MO
Sunday School and
Morning Service lir on
Zvengelistie 7;09 pa
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CHOURCII OE Goo ... Coln gum
ilth Street near Melsindeg 'Ave. ;
Sunday liehool and :
Morningfierriee 1,..i 10:0010.1c
M,MPg,MPO
ale Maio. RP.
Sunday School 3;00 pm.
JEHOV All'S wrrNtsszo
Meetings Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. and
Stmdart at 4:00 Win Manorial
8041 Balboa goad, Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting! Sunday 3:30 am.
Sunday School; SundaY 10:00 am.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday il:00 p.m.
Relief Society.; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Bti tiding 200, Schoolhouse Road. ()stun
Sunday Schobl: Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 1110 cm.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church
Milton K. Laidig, Minister
Phone Rea 03-7116 Of. 113-61011
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
fA clam for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship I:00 p.m
ravening Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in prvidad.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
IL Raphael The Archangel
Sh St. West No. I
Holy tuchariat: Sunday al 1.(1 a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thuredavs
4:30 a.m.
Sacriunimt eg OlittIOD tHisiging Sot.
vice) First Sunday el eseb month al
7:0011116 'N., owootokomotrootoptwortop
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anima L P.
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Officiating
Morning davotion 11:00 asi
Fellowship Woraldp 11:00 a.m.
SundaY School 3:00 phi
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
1104 lith and J. Arosemenc Co in
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture 1:30 p.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Clam 1:30 p.m.
arts lassion csuzaa
tapalaba 3t" Pant" C.Z.
Zee Waldaba IL Stewart, Pastes
Sunday: 11:00 Worst, Sorvict
3:00 p.m Sunday School.
1:16 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's an
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-weals
fellowship.
Thursday: COO Cho ib Reheartat.
Irrinayt 7:30 WO CRUM'S tottectonary So Societe.
ciete. Societe. CHURCH OF CHRIST
Itith dt Bolivar Ave., Cristbal. CZ.
Ray O. Wright, Events list
SCHEDULE OT SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Classes 1020 SAL
Morning Worship and
Conummion 1120 a.m.
Evening Woiship 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Herald of Truth
HOK SAS 035
Mid-Week Bible Study .. 720 p.m.
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers 11:41 11:15
HOK. Colt. WI
You will reeeive a warm welonme at
etch Of our soviets.
CHURCH OF GOD
foreign Mission Dept. Hdqtrs.:
Cleveland, Tennessee
CHURCH Or 001:0lielises, C.I.
Wirt Memoria Bid&
SOS Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gimbel 421
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service I:30 p.m.
tvangellatic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH or GOD Parable, CI.
No. 4 Persists Road
Information: Phone Parolee 333
Sunday Service WOO am.
Youth Set? fl:30 p.m.
Rvantellatte 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OP GOD Rio Abele, Pint
15th Street, Porous tatevre
Sunday Service ..... HMO am
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
tvangellatie 710 PM.
4010
CHURCH OP' OOD Chemin', Pat.
No. 4-144. 27th Strant
, Sunday School and
morning Service
1010 a.m.
Hwang' little 7:110 pan.
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Traito Isthmian Highway, Oetuiteille
Sunday Scheel and
Morning lerviee 21 :00 am.
rvorigellatic 7;00 p.nt.
CHURCH OP OOD Santa Rita, Pint
Transtathmian Highway, Santa Rita
Sunday School and
Morning Service o 13 noon
Ivangeuatie 7100 pm,
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CHURCH OP GOD Cativi, Panama&
Tranalathmien HighwaY Cony&
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 am.
tvangellstio 7;00 p.m.
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eth Street neer Melaindep Ava,, ;
Sunday Sahel)! and , ;
Morning famine 1,sa 10110111111.
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Diablo Height& C.B.
Bev. Call V. The tepees, lithdolet
lox 1008. Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Phones: Home Balboa 823
Chttech Balboa 4271 18:00 am.
Sunday School
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Ureic 8:00 p.m.
Friday; Bible Study 1:00 p.m.
Lutheran
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mann LAMBMAX MIMI
Salim Sea at MAW Street
Bat. Robert F. ()meek, Woe
IPO. los 6114. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Clam 1 a.m.
Divine Service 10:11 am
Holy Communion. first Stmday of the
month.
Atlantic Side
Coco Solo Chattel
Proderick S. illicit. Vicar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion. last Sunday of the
month.
Jewish
Jesrbn Welfare sioard Sid. ISS-J1 Ls
toes Soto Balboa. C.Z. Rabid Nathan
within
Sortie's rriday ISO PAL Saturday
:SC ed)
(See 1160 listittp of dentin tannest
under POO& lases and Stances).
Congregated Not Snearith ham Ave
cies Cuba and nth Street. Sella Vista
PonamS City Services Cot sun
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Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDS
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior ChurchSunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10:00
Church-time Nursery School 10:00
Fellowship Hour 11 :00
FORT ICOBBE
Sunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth -Fellowship 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11 :00
(Holy Communion 'First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth FellowshipSunday 7 :00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE'
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:45
Youth -Fellowship 6 :30
Adult SPA ClassMonday 7:30
Young Peopla's Instruction
Tuesday 6:30
I 5th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship ... 9:00
(Holy Communion First litM litMday
day litMday of Month
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mese 4:15
Stmday Maim 5:30 & 11:30
Confessions Saturday 6:30
FORT KOBBIC
Daily Mass 6:15
Sunday Masses 6:00. 6:15 & 11:45
Confessions Saturday 6:00 & 7:30
Catechism ClasoWednemda 4:00
U.S. NAVAI, STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass ..9:30
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:00
Saturday Masa 7:00
Sunday Mass 6:30
Confessions Saturday 7:00 6:00
CO tm 0 d Z a AL y Mau ,',
10:30
ALBROOR AIR FORCIf BASS
Daily Mama ,, 6:00
ftrIthrtitt:ther'ijitatiallmalim4Wersufilit,W1 7:00
Sunday 'Maass 7:45 Se 12:00
Sunday Maas Span' ish.I 7:00
Novena Services TIMM, 1:00
Confessions Saturday 7:00
Jewish
Tort Kobbe Saturday 2 :00
BSO-JIVIL BalboaFriday 7 :30
Albrook Air Force Satuiday 4 :00
IISONTIVB, BalboaSaturday 5 :30
ATLANTIC SIDI&
Protestant
PORT GULICK
Sunday Sehool :30
Morning Worship 10 :45
Cott. Call 10 :30
Church Nursery 10 :30
Catholic
FORT GMCB
Daily Maas 4:30
Saturday Mass 11 :SO
Stmday Masses 11:30 :30
Confessions Saturday 12:00 12 :20
6 :30 7 :30
Jewish
TORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:13
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churches
ea follows:
SATURDAY I
Sabbath Behold 1:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth'e Matting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNICSDA
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7:30 p.m.,
racitht Bide Panama
Pastor P.R. Archbold Tel. 20-3-31190
Cabo Verde. Ave. J.T. de la Oase NO.
17.
Chorrillo 35th, No, 37.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. betwoon kd
and 4th Sta.
Rie Abajo St. No. 27
Gamboa and frijoim
Pastor W. fi. Wailer Tel. 64114
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 0-102
Spanish Churches Pseifie Side
Pastor Daniel Moticada Tel. 2S-3-
6176.
panama, Calle Darien No. S.
Pedrepal & Nuevo Gtarare.
Atlantic! Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2143
1 Cristobal Wnglish 16th Bolivar
Ave.
Colon Ird St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 11-2103
Cristobal Spaniel 16th & Bolivar
Ave.
Central Office
01144 Cavi lan Road. Balboa yal,
2-11151 & 2-3531.
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NEW YORK (UPI) Officials
of two tnajor churches joined
yesterday in announcing a pro proposed
posed proposed unified constitution they
said wotdd implement the boldest
step ever taken toward Protestant
tmity in the United States.
The United Church of Christ,
formed by the union of the Con Congregational
gregational Congregational Christian Cturches
and the Evangelical and Re Reformed
formed Reformed Church (ESA', announced
that the draft constitution would
be voted upon at its second gen general
eral general synod in Oberlin, Ohio, next
month.
The United Church represents
the first joining of forces of two
different major Protestant organ organizations
izations organizations in U.S. history. Different
groups practicing the same reli religion
gion religion have formed a number of
mergers, among them have been
various Methodist groups and two
leading Presbyterian organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. Several Lutheran groups
currently are conducting merger
talks.
On the North American conti continent.
nent. continent. the OnlY major unification
similar to that of the United
Church of Christ took place years
UNION CHURCH
Merger lta-Coce Sole
The churches currently wor worshiping
shiping worshiping in the Coco solo Chapel
are uniting in the presenta,ion of
tfle religious film classic "Mar "Martin
tin "Martin Luther." The picture will be
shown in the chapel sunuay nignt,
June 21 at 7 p.m. Critics nave
acclaimed this Wm as neing His Historically
torically Historically accurate and movingly
descriptive. There will be no au aumission
mission aumission charge for those who at attend
tend attend but a voluntary offering will
be received for the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance for the chapel.
The Rev. Henry A. Gustafson,
interim pastor at the Margarita
Union Church will preach at
both the 9:15 a.m. Coco Solo ser service
vice service and the 11 Margatita ser service
vice service tomorrow. The sermon is
entitled "The Lord's Prayer and
Our Prayers" Assisting the pastor
in the ministry in hospitality will
be Don Humphrey and Miss
Huey Lee at Coco Solo and Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. McClelland at Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Mrs. J. W. Limkemann, a form former
er former missionary in Honduras will
address the Women's Auxiliary on
Tuesday night, at a regular
meeting. Mrs. Limkemann will
speak of her experiences in Hon Honduras.
duras. Honduras. The devotional period will
be conducted by Henry A. Gus Gustafson,
tafson, Gustafson, Jr. Hostesses will be Mrs.
1Johir LisS09d 'antt,'Mra. J. W. B.
Rodman Employes
Visit Brewery;
Salute Officer
Employes of the Rodman Na Naval
val Naval Station Supply and Fiscal Dh
partment were guests of the Na
tional Brewery Thursday for a
conducted tour of the big plant.
Arturo Illueca, chief of tne
trewery's public relations depart
Ment, and George bilfer, who des deseribed
eribed deseribed the plant's production
process, were hosts.
The group was welcomed by Al AlITedo
ITedo AlITedo Aleman, general manager
The Navy supply visitors took
the opportunity. to bid adieu to
their material group officer, Lcdri
Rubert Van Osdol, who will
complete two years of duty on the
Isthmus Tuesday.
1,Cdr. 'Van Osdol was honored
with a special toast and present presented
ed presented a testimonial certificate pre prepared
pared prepared by the employes.
He will leave Tuesday with his
wife Shirley and their daughter
Valerie for duty at Byron, Ga.
The 194 Naval Academy grad graduate
uate graduate came to the Canal Zone
from duty at Harvard University.
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MIDDLEBORO, Mass. Capt.
Howard natter, describing Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia gunman John Coyle after
he surrendered to police and his
brother was killed by police bul bullets:
lets: bullets: "He doesn't drink or smoke.
He's a real clean-cut killer."
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YOKOSUKA, Japan Lt. Cmdr.
Donald R. Mayer, pilot of the U.S.
Navy plane attacked by Commu Communist
nist Communist MIG jets, describing the ac action
tion action over the Sea of Japan:
"We did not fire at all. The ac action
tion action Iiisted for 10 or 15 minutes.
The only reason I can see for
their breaking off the engage engagement
ment engagement before they finished us was
that they ran out of ammunj,
tion."
WASHINGTON President El
senhower, charging thtt the In Internstiemal
ternstiemal Internstiemal tOlinIpie Committee
had overstepped the bounds of
athletics whon it ousted the Chi Chine,'
ne,' Chine,' Nationalists:
"It saws to me that the Olym.
pie COmmittes bas gotten into
politics rather 'than merely into
international athletics."
NEW YORIE-,Dayid J. Mc Don.
old, president fed the Unit e d
Steelworkers of America, report.
Int MI the steel talks:
"The industry should now real.
he that In a year of economic
progress forth, steel industry, it
is completely unreslistio to (NOY
'a rossonablo share of these m mtress
tress mtress to the steel workers. The
steel workers ask no more than
this. They will 'accept no loss.
There will be no backward step."
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ago in Canada, where several dif different
ferent different Protestant sects joined into
the United Church of Canada.
Only seven U.S. Protestant
groups ere larger than the total
membership of the Congregational
and Etta churches. They are the
Methodist Church, the Southern
Baptist Convention, the National
Baptist Convention, U.S.A., the
United Presbyterian Church m the
U.S.A., the Protestant Episcopal
Church, the National Baptist Con Convention
vention Convention of America and the Unit United
ed United Lutheran Church in America.
The Congregational Christian
churches have a total member membership
ship membership of 1,401,585, and the ESA
members number 807,280.
The plan for uniting the two
churches won approval of repre representatives
sentatives representatives of both the Congrega Congregational
tional Congregational and MR Churches in 1958.
The actual 111110I1 'was voted in
1957.
A dissident group of congregs congregsHone!
Hone! congregsHone! churches are opposed to
union and do not plan to join in
the United Church of Christ. They
are fighting in the courts to pre prevent
vent prevent the United Church from gain gaining
ing gaining control of Congregational mis mission
sion mission board funds, which run into
several millions of dollars.
The proposed constitution guar.
antees the autonomy of any eon.
Fathers' Day Program
At raralsa t.iym
Tne inseraittional Girl Scouts
ule Anal Lone witt present it
unique program at tne farm
gyni honoting fainers on mon monuay.
uay. monuay. ,,ponsored by Troops 8, 12 and
24, tile program witt oegin ai 8
o cloca a Hag raising ce ceremony
remony ceremony by both boy aim
scouts. 'hie principat item Oe
an adores& Ce" gnat ''peaker
Judge Gutnrie b. Crowe oi the
Canal Zone. Other items of in interest
terest interest win be choral group songs,
folk dancing directeu by Mrs.
Nena Perez, teacher of the Para Paraiso
iso Paraiso L. A. High School, sluts by
Scouts trom Gamboa and Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City, selected items by Inter International
national International Boy Scouts Court of A.
wards by -vice. tpr.taiclent. Clara
Wattley, taps by -both.43ay and
Girl Scouts. Miss Miriam Farrell,
executive director, will introduce
Judge Crowe, the Rev. A. W.
Crooks will offer the invocation
and benediction. The general
especially men in the cow
munitptioverdialln.liteitettle
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NAZI CAPTURED The mi
has captured Kurt Rossmeisl,
52, in Cincinnati. One of three
escaptd Nazi POWs sought in
the United States, Rossmeisl
says he lived quietly in Chicago
since he got away from Camp
Butner, N.C., in 1942.
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life and organization.
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synod, state and. regional confer
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sion pension funds, that have existed In
tie past. ;
The constitution called 'for
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head of the united church. Other
officers would include a secre secretary,
tary, secretary, a treasurer. and a 21-mem- ;
ber executive council of mirdaterp
and laymen and .laywomen.
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uniting churches wrote the draft
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ISTEW YORK, June 20 (UPI) Nope, it's no ty typographical
pographical typographical error, it's really those unbelievable
Giants right up there in first place.

They ilid it the hard way, too,
coming from behind to beat the
Braves, 4-3, in 10 innings last
night and knock Milwaukee off
the top rung for the first time
since Mhy 12.
You think New York went wil(I
when Bobby Thomson's famous
bomer gave the Giants
their "miracle" pennant in 1951?
You should have seen how 22,984
San Francisco fans reaoted when
Jackie Brandt drove in the win winning
ning winning runs with his bases-loaded
single in the 10th.
The frenzied fans leaped in
the air, pounded each other on
the bacit and threw thousands ot
seat coVers in the air. The Gi Giants
ants Giants still are a long way from
home but the manner in which
they wOn last night had the fam familiar
iliar familiar stamp of a legitimate pennant-winner.
Milwaukee had gone ahead in
the top of the 10th when Bill Bru Bruton
ton Bruton hit a 370-foot homer into the
right field bleachers. But Willie
Mays led off the bottom of the
10th with a walk and advanced
to third on Orlando Cepeda's sin single.
gle. single. it
The finished loser Bob Buhl
and ought in fastballer Don
McM bon, who walked Daryl
1 Spenc r to load' the babes babesBrandt
Brandt babesBrandt then came through
with his third hit of the game
to put the Giants a half game
' in front and bring Sam Jones
his etghth victory.
The Piird-place Pirates blanked
eir
the C dinals, 6-0; the Dodgers
down the Reds, 6-2, and the
Phillie out-lasted the Cubs, 8-7,
In other National League games
The American League scramble
tightened to a point where Oniy
212 games now separate the fifth fifthplace
place fifthplace !tankees and the first-place
Indian
That all came about when New
York itipped Cleveland, 3-2; Bal Bali
i Bali timore I swept a twi-night doub:e doub:ebead
bead doub:ebead from Kankas City, 8-2
and 2 ; Detroit topped Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, 64, in 11 innings, and the
Chicago-Boston game was post postponed
poned postponed by rain.
Vern Law of the Pirates hurl hurled
ed hurled a four-bitter and registered
his seventh victory in snapping
a three game Cardinal winning
great! Home runs 0;hy 'Roman
Mejlas and Dick Groat featured
an eight-hit attack that powered
riftsburgh to its third triumph
in the last four games. Loscr
Dick Ricketts yielded both hom homers.
ers. homers. Dull Snider smashed a pair of
bomed, Including one with two
Dien en, in Los Angeles' victory
over ) Cincinnati. The Dodgers
routed, Brooks Lawerence in the
first liming when they scored
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Inning Rally
Fans, Wild
five runs on six hits, including
Snider's three-run wallop.
It marked the first time the
Duke bolted two homers in ono
game since the Dodgers moved
to Los Angeles. Roger Craig
gave up only five hits, one of
which was a home run by
Frank Thomas.
Harry Anderson and Ed Bou Bouchee,
chee, Bouchee, each of whom hit honiers,
drove in a total of five runs to
help the Phi Is lick the Cubs. An
derson hit his homer with two on
in a four-run first inning that
routed loser Bob Anderson. Er Ernie
nie Ernie Banks socked his 19th hom homer
er homer for the Cubs. Lanky Gene
Conley was credited with his
fourth victory although he was
chased when Chicago rallied for
four runs in the sixth.
An error by shortstop Woodie
Held and the fine relief pitching
of rookie Jim Coates were prin.
cipal factors in the Yankees tri triumph
umph triumph over Cleveland. Held's er error
ror error came in the last of the sixth
after the Tribe had tied the score
at 2-2.
The miscue enabled Bobby
Richardson to advance to second
from where he scored the win winning
ning winning run on Hank Bauer's single.
Coates, who, took over for start starter
er starter Whitey jord' in -,the sixth,
gave up offly One hit over the
)ast 3 1-3 innings to gain his sec second
ond second victory.
The third-place Grioles ,climb ,climbed
ed ,climbed to within one game of first
place with their two victories
over the A's, who now hive
lost seven in a row. Southpaw
Billy 0'1011 a.sigtyre,d tour hits
in the openerand ivari ,illiPpbrt ,illiPpbrted
ed ,illiPpbrted by a 10-hit attack that in included
cluded included homers by Gone Wood Woodling
ling Woodling and Billy Gardner.
Skinny Brown was the winner
in the nightcap although Billy
ltoes was called in to get the
last out. Gus Triandos slammed
his 17th homer of the season and
the 100tti of his major league ca career
reer career in the ,f9tirth, eft loser Rip
Coleman. O. I TT () LI t
Detroit's amazing Tigers cretot
within a game-and-a-half of first
place with their extra-inning ,le
cision over the Senators. The Ti Tigers
gers Tigers tied the game in the ninth
and then won it in the llth when
Coot Veal ,ainglOtsbprip the run
that broktotlie ties' -I
Washington had built up a 4-1
lead with the aid of Harmon Kil Killebrew's
lebrew's Killebrew's 24th homer and Faye
Throneberry's fourth but starter
Russ Kemmerer couldn't bold it.
Rookie Barney Schultz was the
winner and Chuck Stobbs the 10a 10aer.
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Ycaza Rides
Lowest Double
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In NY Histo-ry
SPORTS YCAZA RIDES
NEW YORK, June 20 (UPI)
Manuel Wan, who won the last
four races at Belmont Park yes1
terday, extended his consecutive
victory streak to six yesterday
when he accounted for both ends
of a $6.10 daily doublethe small smallest
est smallest in the history of ,New York
racing.
Ycaza scored on Dead Indian
33.30) in the first and Tri Ibix
33.40) in the second to produce
the small double. His next mount
was in the sixth race and he fin.
ished third in that event to end
his streak. Ycaza., wound up sec second
ond second in the ninth iatehis only
other mount.
Racing Clouds, awned by G. D.
Widener and ridden by Bobby
Ussery, scored a two and one onehalf
half onehalf length victory in the $5,000
East Rockaway pursethe day's
featured race. Slickaway finished
second, a neck before Harvest
Singing.
The winner went six furiongF
in 1:12 2-5 and paid $31.20, $11.60
and 69.40 as the fifth choice of
the crowd of 16,275 in the field
of seven. Slickaway, the rank out outsider,
sider, outsider, paid $20.40 and $13.60 while
Harvest Singing returned $6.40.
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 175. otticiats at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil ,, 64 266 47 104 .391
White, St. L 192 32 67 .349
Cepeda, SF 64 257 48 88 .342
Burgess, Pitts 52 177 21 60 .339
Moon, LA 58 205 35 68 .332
Temple, Cinci 64 252 44 82 .325
Pinson, Cinci 64 263 53 85 .323
Banks, Chi 64 237 40 76 .5'21
Mays, SF 62 240 52 76 .317
Cimoli, St. L 61 246 42 78 .317
American League
Kuenn, Det
Ka line, Det
Fox, Chi
Runnels, Bos
Wood ling, Balt
Mantle, NY
Bridges, Det
Wins, Cle Ve
Colavito, Cleve
Lopez, NY
55 218 35 78 358
61 239 37 84 .351
61 250 36 86 .344
58 228 35 77 .338
57 181 24 59 .326
54 205 44 63 .307
62 220 21 66 .300
'59 221Y36.::'86, .207
59 227 40 67 .295
57 214 34 63 .294
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Asiron, Braves
Pinson, Reds
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Mit los, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Ka line, 'rigers
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
67
58
57
55
49
52
44
43
43
43
43
43
43
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks. Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
22
19
15
16
15
20
17
17
17
Potter, Gaither
lio Participate
in Fishino Tourney
Both Gov. William E. Potkr
and Lt. Gen. Ridge ly Gaitner,
Commander in Chief of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Command have accepted'
invitations for their personnel to
participate in the VII Internation International
al International Marlin and Sailfish Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament which will be held from Ju July
ly July 1 through Aug. 2.
Gov. Potter has assigned the
"Runner" to make two fishing
trips. The Army will make avail available
able available 3 J-Boals and 2 Q-Boats,
while the Air Force will have a
T-Boat going out to the fishing
grounds.
The Army will have a landing
craft available at Pedro Conza Conzalez
lez Conzalez Island on the weekends of Ju July
ly July 4 and July 18, carrying ice,
fuel and water as a gesture of
cooperation. These weekends have
been chosen mince a flotilla of
small boats, mostly outboards
will go out to the Pearls Wanda
at the time.
Thirty seven prizes will be a
warded in this tournament. In
, addition to donors of prizes al al'ready
'ready al'ready mentioned, the followii,g
liave been added: a round trip
1 for two persons to David via Co Copa
pa Copa and a weekend for these two
people at, the Hotel Nacional in
1David, a portable cooler from
Coca Cola, a camera from Ko Kodak,
dak, Kodak, porcelain from Shaw's, din dinner
ner dinner for four at Lee's? silver from
Colpan Motors, Servicios Electri Electrilcos
lcos Electrilcos and ten prizes from the ka kanaina
naina kanaina Tourist Commission.
The prizes will he displayed in
the window of the Balboa Com Com1
1 Com1 missary for five days beginning
Thursday.

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Predicts Sollt-Toinort,6.01

Colon promoter Lin Duncan today predicted a sellout crowd at tomorrow night's
Colon Arena boxing program which features a -ten-rounder between Mexican feather feather,
, feather, weight champion Victor Manuel Quijano and Panama 126-pound Icing Jesus Santamaria.
, Duncan, -who celebrated Iris
,
highly successful first year in the
boxing business lest Monday, list listElks
Elks listElks Basketball, League ed two main reasons why he ex expects
pects expects tomorrow's four-bout card
to pack 'em in:
---- o ---- 1. The general enthusiasm a among
mong among fans "who are Impressed
Openmg the 1959 play in the The Lox score: with the visitor's classy record
Elks 15askethall League at the
I and local workouts, and want -to
Balboa Gymnasium T u esday Badgers 37 fgft pf tot' see him against the Panama idol.
night, the Wolverines dumped Player 2. The fact that a special train
the Hawkeyes 45 to 36 For the Roe. F 5 3 1 13 will leave Panama at 12:30 p.m.
visitors captain Doug Pajak and Hall, F 4 0 1 8
teammate Bob Rathgeber hit the De Vore, J 0 0 0 0 Sunday and depart from Colon at
nets for 16 points apice. CaPtain Rodriguez, J 3 0 2 6 12:39 a.m., thus solving the tran tranArchie
Archie tranArchie Carroll led his Hawks bY Lombano, Lou 0 0 0 0 sportation problem of hundreds
pouring 18 points into the nets. Barnes, J 4 0 2 8 c4 PaOfic eiders.
The second contest of the eve- Le Brun, A 000 0 The 'Fathers Dey 'excursion will
ning proved a thriller all the Aseron, F 1 0 0 2 be sponsored by the Altamiraand
way the Badgers spilling the Monroe, W
0 0 oi Commissary clubs.
Wildcats 44 to 39 ill an overtime Duncan is credited with enticing
contest, At halftime these two Totals 17 3 6 37 the two biggest fight crowds
teams were tied 16 all, and it an Isthmian gym or stadium in
was 39 all the end of the regula- Wolverines 48 recent years.
tion game. The young impresario made his
In Om overtime the Badgers Mak, D 3 0 0 6 debut as a promoter June 15 of
picked up 5 points while holding French L 4 0 0 8 last year, Fathers Day. by stag stagChase,'
Chase,' stagChase,' F
the Wildcats scoreless. Freddy 2 1 1 5 ing a title bout between the ten
.
3 1 1 7 featherweight champ Isidro Mar MarRoe
Roe MarRoe led the winning Badgers Ashton W
with 28 points making him high Le Brun, M 3 0 0 6 tinez and Santamaria at the Co Copoint
point Copoint man of the evening. Rathgeber, R 8 0 3 16 Ion Arenana before what was un unFor
For unFor the losers Russ Stromberg Bergener, R 0 0 0 0 officially called a e a p a c I t y
kept them in the game with 15 Carlson 0 0 0 0 crowd.
points up to the fourth quarter, Santamaria copped the crown
when he departed via the foul Totals 23 2 5 48 via an llth round kayo in that
, one.

Elks Basketball, League
0 --
Openmg the 1959 play in the The Lox score:
Elks 15asketball League at the
Balboa Gymnasium T u esday Badgers 37
night, the Wolverines dumped Player fgft
the Hawkeyes 45 to 36. For the Roe. F 5 3
visitors captain Doug Pajak and Hall, F 4 0
teammate Bob Rathgeber hit the De lore. .7 0 0
nets for 16 points apice. CaPtain Rodriguez, J 3 0
Archie Carroll led his Hawks bY Lombano, Lou 0 0
pouring 18 points into the nets. Barnes, J 4 0
The second contest of the eve- Le Brun, A 0 0
ning proved a thriller all the Aseron, F 1 0
way the Badgers spilling the Monroe, W 0
Wildcats 44 to 39 in an overtime
contest, At halftime these two Totals 17 3
.teams were tied 16 all, and it
was 39 all the end of the regula- Wolverines 48
tion game.
In Om overtime the Badgers Mak, D 3 0
.
picked up 5 points while holding French L 4 9
Chase; F
the Wildcats seoreless. Freddy 2 1
.
3 1
Roe led the winning Badgers Ashton W
with 28 points making him high Le Brun, M 3 0
point man of the evening. Rathgeber, R 8 0
For the losers Russ Stromberg Bergener, R 0 0
kept them in the game with 15 Carlson 0 0
points up to the fourth quarter, -----
when he departed via the foul Totals 23 2
route. The losing Cats sorely
missed his height in the over- Wildcats 40
time. oi...,,,i-,,,,,,, D ,IF 11 fl

Me box score:
Wolverines 45
14 of ot
8 9 2 16
8 0 2 6
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Pajak, D
French L
Rager C
Chase. F
Ashton W
Le Brun, M
Smith, K
RathgeLer, r
Bergener, R
Totals 21 1 1 45
Hawkeyes 36
Carroll, A 9 0 0 18
Morris R 3 0 1 6
Wilson J 1 0 1, 2
Dombrowsky, D 1 0 0 2
Rodriguez, S 1 0 0 2
Frauenheim, G 2 0 0 4
Perantie, T 0000
Corrigan, E 0 0 8 0
Price, J 1 0 1 2
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Badgors 44
French W
Roe,
Hall, F
De Vorc I
Rodriguez, J
Lombano, L
Games J
Le Brun, A
Aseron F
Totas
1
11
0 0
1 1
2 0
0 1
3 0
0 0
0
18 8
2
2 28
1 0
1 3
1 4
1 1
1 6
0 0
0 0
12 44
Widcats 39
Stromberg, R
Stewart F
Hanson E
Corrigan. T
Bowman. B
Moses. C
Metheny. M
Coy, W
6 3 515
1 0 0 2
2 1 2 5
0 0 0 0
2 0 1 4
3 1 2 7
3 0 0 6
0 0 0 0
Totals 17 5 10 39
Wednesday night the teams
maintained a high class brand of
basketball as displayed in the o opening
pening opening games. Led by Bob Rath.
gaber's 16 points the Wolves out outscored
scored outscored the Badgers in all but the
3rd period. Fred Roe once gain
led the Badgers with 13 points.
The second constest started out
as a romp for the Wildcats, they
led the Hawkeyes 25 to 5 at half halftime.
time. halftime. However the Hawks cap captain,
tain, captain, Archie Carroll appeared on
the scene for the second half,
and the complexion of the game
changer' rapidiv.
Outscoring their opponents 28
to 15 in the second half, the
Hawks gave thr game some sem semblnoce
blnoce semblnoce of a contest.
For the Wildcats Russ Tram Tramherr,
herr, Tramherr, wi,s the big gun with 22
points making him high man for
the evenirg. Carroll and Morris
led the losers.
,
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI)Gov.
Michael V. Di Salle, leaving the
State House after a tax battle
with the Legislature, was invited
to join newsmen In a game of
gin rummy. "No," said the gover governor.
nor. governor. "I've lost enough for today--
30 million dollars."
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Stromberg, R 't
Stewart F
Hanson E
Corrigan, T
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Moses, C
Metheny, M
Coy. W
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Hawkeyes
Carroll, A
Morris R
Wilson J
Dombrowsky, D
Rodriguez. S
Price, J
Frauenhelm, G
Perantie, T
Corrigan, E
Dahlhoff, R
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, Arrested In Chicapo
For 'Noise Making'
MILV7!7:ME
HUMBERTO ROBINSON
CMCAGO, June 20 (UPI)
Humberto Robinson, Panamanian
Philadelphia Phi 'lies' pitcher, was
arrested on a disorderly conduct
charge today along with nine oth other
er other tavern patrons for "making
too much noise."
All were released on 25 bond
pending an appearance in court
Monday. Robinson said he
planned to forfeit the bond be because
cause because he would be on the road
with tits Phil lies on that date.
A policeman walking the bent
said "loud sounds of singing,
dancing and hilarity" attracted
him to the saloon. This was at
4:35 a.m he said, or 35 minules
past the tavern's licensed closinl
time.
Robinson, like the policenun,
said he was out for a walk and
the same sounds of hilarity at attracted
tracted attracted him. Robinson said that
ho joined the group of six men
and three women shortly be before
fore before his arrest.
The Phil lies' manager, Eddie
Sawyer, said he planned to dis discuss
cuss discuss the incident with general
manager John Quinn before tak taking
ing taking any possible disciplinary 8Ction.

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ooliJust last month, May 24, Dun Duncan
can Duncan and his partner Reinaldo Pen Pengelly,
gelly, Pengelly, had the Arena jampacked
again with a Santamaria Ike
Chestnut match.
Chestnut, a cunning, hardhit hardhitting
ting hardhitting New York featherweight,
handed the Colon clouter his first
licldng by earning a unaninous
ten-round verdict.
Meanwhile, Quijano continued to
be favorite to give the RP champ
his. second straight whipping as
both boxers scheduled only light
training for today.
The Panama nian's camp pro promised
mised promised to send a "new" Santama Santamaria
ria Santamaria into the ring tomorrow while
modest Quijano said, "I'll do my
best. I expect to Win."
Santa's handlers, who claim they
have concentrated on improving
their fighter's defensive tactics,
have evidently taken a hint from
Chestnut, who declared that the
Colonite is good, but needs more
ring technique.
Quijano holds a decision over
Chestnut, and has also beaten
countryman Ernesto Figueroa
who defeated Ike in Mexico near nearly
ly nearly two months ago.-
Three prelims round out the
card. In the semifianl, set for
four heats. Patrocinio Allen takes
on Jose Gondola at a weight li limit
mit limit of 126 pounds.
One' four-rounder brings together
unbeaten former amateur ban bantameight
tameight bantameight champ Eloy Henry and
Serafin Garcia at 123 pounds.
And in the curtain raiser, also
scheduled for four, Stanley Wil Wilson
son Wilson tackles David Wright at 128
pounds.
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PITCHERS
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odres, Dodgers 7 3 .70
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Mizell, Cardinals
Podres, Dodgers
Burdette. Braves
Ka line, Pirates
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Wilhelm, Orioles 9 1
Larsen, Yankees 6 1
Fischer. Senators 6 2
Mossi, Tigers 5 2
Shaw, White Sox 5 2
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Milwaukee 36;23 ,;563 1
P ittsburgh ;35,', 30 -.53812
Los Angeles '35,'- 32 ;.522 ..31s
Chicago 32 -412 ,:' J00 4111
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Philadelphia 410 200 100-8 11 0
Chicago 200 004 010-7 12 3
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Pittsburgh 100 010 310-6 8 0
St. Louis 000 000 000-0 4 1
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NEW YORKJune 20 (UPI)
The Richmond Virginians are
within a half game of first piaci
in the International League today
because manager Steve Souchock
gambled and won.
Souchock started pitcher Ben
Flowers, who hadn't won a garne
all season and had been knock knocked
ed knocked out in 10 of 11 previous stars,
against the league-leading Buffalo
Big Ons last night.
' Flowers responded with a six sixhitter
hitter sixhitter that gave the Virginians a
5-0 victory and a .554 percentage
compared to the Bisons' St
mark.
The Rochester Red Wings beat
the COlumbus Jets, 3-1,, In 12 in innings
nings innings and Montreal and Havana
divided a doubleheader in other
games. Montreal won the first
game, 5-0, behind Tom Lasorda's
four-hitter but Havana won the
second game, 7-3, as Bob Wieand
won his fifth game.
3rd Majors Backer
Says Owners Won't
Be 'Unreasonable')
NEW YORK June 20 (UPI) --
The chairman. of the New York
City Mayor's Baseball Committee
said today he sees "no reason"
major league clubowners will be
"unreasonable" in juding whether
a third league is feasible.
Noting the generally lukewarm
attitude of big league officials to toward
ward toward the proposed league, re reporters
porters reporters asked William A. Shea if
he thought baseball bigwigs
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offer to accept a third league,
conditions being favorable if it
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Shea reiterated that he expects
to meet with Commisioner Ford
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while training at the Colon Arena
for a ten-round Colon Arena bout
against Panama 126-pound kint
Jesus Santam ari a tomorrow "a'
night. (Foto Mendoza)
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A fitpe recording of what TV
cameras had caught of the third
round, action was being screened
ha the club 'house for the players,
and this particular segment show showed
ed showed a laort.ly young man, as he en entered,
tered, entered, and partly disappeared into
one :of Winged Foot's deeper
trap4
"NOW keep your eye on this,
and you'll see how a real
gollet gets out of trouble."
lbe, club. head;' rose and feltti
a dedsive, swift blur; A geyser of
sand ahot up. Otat' of it came the
ball, like a tiny white bird, fleeing
for safety. The balklanded well op'
the green, rolled IpWard the ;04
stopped eight feet short.
"Aid now,' this is the, kind of
putt, Sam, that, give yott-the yips.
Watch how easy it is for this fel.
low."
On the screen, the portly young
Than quickly lined up the putt,
hunched. over the ball and befoie
you could say Harry Vardon, it
Was the hole.
Rill Casper Jr., had been need need'
' need' ling tis good friend, his idol in
fact, .but hours later, out on the
tourse, bucking his head and
eross winds, gale like at times,
and penetratingly cold too, the
Californian played it straight.
rhis was the last round of the Na National
tional National Open and if the portly
,oung man had the shots he joked
.,,bout now was the time to put
.hem' to work.
For a while it looked as though
be naight win by from here to St.
Andrews. He had started with a
three stroke margin over Ben
Hogan, his nearest pursuer. At
the end of five holes he had in increased
creased increased his lead 16 ii.Stion he'd
be so far out in front, later start starters
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., HOGAN FADES FIRST
Including a birdie 4 at the long
fifth, Casper had played the first
six holes one under. Suddenly he
' started to waver, dropped three
strokes to the next six holes. Now
his Pursuers began to crowd him.
Mike Souchak, the old Duke foot footballer,
baller, footballer, had turned hi 34: and vvas
breathing down' his neck. Birdies
, at the fifth, 1.1th and 12th had
moved Stanford's Rosburg into
the thkk of contention. A one man
parade had turned into a free-for,.
ill.
Due to thunderstorms, the tra traditional
ditional traditional 38 hole linale had been
1, spread over we, days, each;at,,111
holea, ,suppottedlY a tremendous.
bruit for. okt,'gafferi of limited'
lititlithil. Bogen,. Snead and the
like,' but Borth was the first' to
crack, Snead soon followed, then
Goodall,' with bogies at-the lith,
' 12th And 151h. Now Rosburg, with
his unorthodox baseball. grip, was
. the Only one still in the running. .1
' and! be wasn't to miss by much.1
0111 A:long one that went in and (mil
at the llith .is all that kept him
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to a playoff. They finished 282-
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scramble but a birdie 3 at the
14th saved him. Throughout the
Open, Casper played the tricky
376 yarder as if he owned it.
4-4-4-3.
Veteran Claude Harmon made
tr brilliant, gallant bid to become
the first host pro to win the Open
since the sport acquired big time
distinction. His stretch run, 34 for
the last nine, was sheer drama. It
gave him g,84, ,,exactly.lhe total
.WPredictedidwould, bel.bpd e
hough to win, He missed by two.
two days.

GOOliog .11 y toqR mAN
One of the refreshing things a about
bout about the new Open champion is
that he is not an ambulating
death mask. His caddy's adoring
description: "Mistah Casper's got
a big bel,ly, a big game and a big
smile." 'Factual reporting calls
for prompt and full concurrence.
Another of the Good Htimor
Man's attractive attributes is the
alacrity with which he gets the
job done. He obviously subscribes
to the old Scottish philosophy
that if you are going to miss 'em,
miss 'em quick, Driving and put putting
ting putting are the outstanding charao
teristics of his equipment.
Built like a pro guard, astonish astonishingly,
ingly, astonishingly, he went to Notre Dame on
a golf, rather than a football
scholarship. .but, left after ore
semester-. ."I didn't even try to
make the team" he said. "The
weather was either too cold, or
too wet.". ,At 210, the well up upholstered
holstered upholstered father of two, is not from
hunger, that's for sure.

PrPTSBURGH (NEA) Dick
Groat is supposed to be head and
shoulders better than Dick Scho Schofield.
field. Schofield. But the Pittsburgh captain,
shortstop end former All Amer America
ica America Duke basketball player was
given a jolt when Danny Mur Murtaulkh
taulkh Murtaulkh benched him.
' "ft Will be only Icor a day or
two." said the manager. but he
ccmldn't pass up the opportunity
to rib.' Groat-
"I remember one time when
Monte l!thagall of this club was
benchedjecause of a stomach
ache," he recalled. ,"Bill Meyer
Pr It Ire in and I stayed for four
;eroise1 "'
,A tett Gehrig fillefFin for WRIIY
Mt. when thnt-,ifenlcoes' first
baseman was beetled, 'lles'qplayed
'in 2,140 COnectitive games.

- WINNING SCHIMI1
PHILAD2,LPHIA (NEA) Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania freshman baseball coach
Tim Temeririo has a scheme
which WW1 h's team the first sev
en games plryed. He had three threetopilight
topilight threetopilight pitchers, so used each
for three innings.

By HARRY, GRAYSON

NEW YORK INEA) --Jack
Kearns was in New York for the
Kenny Lane-Carkos Ortiz fish t,
but the talk at Jack Dempsey's
Restaurant qtbickly swung arotmd
to the heavyweights end the Floyd
Patterson Ingemar Johnsson
match at Yankee Stadium, Jtme
25.
"I don't like to talk about Pat Patterson
terson Patterson and Jogansse n" said
Kearns, manager of champions
and builder of million-dollar gates.
"but they've sure butchered it.
"Every time Cus D'Amato open opened
ed opened his mouth he Imocked 25,000
or more off the gate. This show
would have done real well had
they been able to gag D'Amato.
Here Is an international match
between a Swede who can punch
and a champicir who had been
knocked down it has a million
dollar stamped all over it."
Irwin Rosee dropped in to tip
fight writers that Johansson was
overtrained.
"What from," asked one of the
writers, "commuting between
Grossinger's and New York in a
helicopter?"
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ROSE', BEATING THE DRUMS
for the TelePrompTer closed cir circuit
cuit circuit television version of the
scrap. was seeking some sort of
gimmick to steam un a ticket
sale retarded by Eddie Machen's
suit for breach of contract and
whatnot. Federal Judge Irving R.
Kaufman did not deny Machen
an iniunctinn Arne 9,
How could tickets be scpld for
a fight no one was certain would
take place?
"D'Amto didn't help t inYs
when he threatened to take the
fight out of New York," stressed
Kearns.
"I don't know what Patterson
has been thinking about, lettine
D'Amato keep him MO frenn
the guys he could have knocked
out while irmorovin9
Zora Tolley), Willie Pastra Pastrann.
nn. Pastrann. Ninn valdez, Mike DeJohn,
Alex Miteff and Pat McMurtry.
D'Amato should have had hill
fighter knock out the Internstion Internstional
al Internstional Boxing Club instead of trville
tn do it by making speeches about
Jim Norris.
"D'Amato spent too many years
in that stuffy, little gvmnasium
on 14th Street. Cus is like a man
who ran e little grocery store for
years and suddenly stumbled on
a product which had to be sold
wholesale, and didn't know what
to do with it.
"Supicious of everybodY, he
became afraid of his OWn shadow.
The result is that even Patterson
himself doesn't know whether he
can fight. If you throw out Archie
Moore, and no one can account
for that one, Patterson really
hasn't boxed anyone of conse consequence."
quence." consequence."
KEARNS SHOOK IS HEAD
visualizing what Tex Rickard or
Mike Jacobs or even Jim Norris
would have done with the Patterson-Johansson
fight.
"Why, we brought in Georges
Carpentier a washed-up over-stuffed
middleweight, for D empsey
and drew 1,789,238," he recalged,
licking his chops.
"But fight writers wrote more
than financial statements in those
days. They didn't have to be
concerned about a pupnet promo promoter
ter promoter and the ancillary rights didn't
amount to enough to be worthy
of mention.
"And all the public cares about
night now," concluded Or Doc
Kearns, "is whether the Big
Swede can fight."

Tumbling Prizes
Awarded At Diablo

The first "surprise day" for
the Diablo Tumbling Group was
held Monday. Each tumbler was
permitted to select three stunts
from the seven learned thus far
and were grades on th thr of
their choice. Perfect execution of
a stunt netted the performer
four points. One point was de deducted
ducted deducted from the indivi d u a l' s
score for every mistake.
At the end of the regularly
scheduled examination there was
a three way tie between Mabel
Eberenz, Gail Albrittion and Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Hopkins. Barbara was eli eliminated
minated eliminated from any share of first
place when she erred while ex executing
ecuting executing a combination of the
backward roll and the fish-tion.
Mabel and Gail remained "ed
by perfectly performing several
difficult combination stUnts di disigned
signed disigned to break the tie and both
were announced first place Win.
ners.
Barbara was next followed by
Francine Digman, Frank Deveau.
Zoe Bierman, Edward Dev e a u,
Diana Boyd and Donna Deveau
and Vicki Hutchinson in that or order.
der. order. "Surprise Days" are a weekly
occurence in all activities offer offered
ed offered by the Diablo Gym.

Snakes For
Spar Mates

SUMMIT, N.J. (NEA) -- There
were fighters in the misty past
who battled snakes ol the n d
found in booze bottles.
But to Floyd Pattereon, snakes
real ones are favorite play playmates.
mates. playmates. Patterson, a -city boy with
back-to-nature instincts, studies
the habits and characteristics of
the slithery creatures.
- At Ehean's Training Camp,
hard by Summit, where he is
preparing for his Juno 25 battle
with Ingemar Johanason, Patter Patterson
son Patterson has spent hours in the woods
collecting snakes of all sizes,
shades and degrees of spiteful spitefulness.
ness. spitefulness. He goes into the books as the
first live snake fancier to hold
the heavyweight championship.

Small Boat Owners Get
Top Bendits This Year

By WM. TAYLOR McKEOWN
"WHAT'S new in pleasure boat boating?"
ing?" boating?" asked a frieuu, just back
from five ytars m Europe.
"Whit has cnangect since 1954?
Are boats better?"
Better, more reliable, and ea easier
sier easier to use, we were able to tell
him. New engines are pustung
them faster and farther and re require
quire require less maintenance. A look at
the last 'five years, shows a num number
ber number of advantages for the boat boatman
man boatman this summer.
Small boaty owners have re recevied
cevied recevied the larger benefits. The
outboard boatman can now Start
his motor by pushing a button,
recharge his battery with a
built-in generator, tilt up the
motor after a week-end in salt
water without fresh water flush
to prevent corrosion.
His hull may be light-molded
ply, new marise plywood, alumi aluminum
num aluminum or Fiberglas in the 14 to 16-
foot sizes surveys show to- be
most popular.
Boat design has not changed
radically although modified sea
sled and catamaran type hulls
are receiving new interest. Our
friend is going to be surprised at
the growing popularity of the
time-tested sea skiff, now appear appearing
ing appearing in sizes from small runabout
to large-cabin cruiser.
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The overlapping planks of the
lapstrake construction give a
sturdy hull. The design has been
proven by generations of Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic coast fishermen, including
fish lovers who ventured many
miles offshore to contact the
big rum runners of the "sunset
fleet" during prohibition.
Outboard motors now push'
small-cabin cruisers at planing
speed for water skiing. Inboard
engines deliver Much more pow power
er power than five years ago. The pow power
er power plants of American and for foreign
eign foreign sports ears are taking to
the,water as, marine conversions.
Inboard and outboard motors
can be harnessed wIth a gear
shift and throttle combined in a
single control. All size craft go
faster. Even houseboats are be beginning
ginning beginning to get around much
more with the horsepower avail available.
able. available. Accessories have shown the
greatest advance. The runabout's
steering wheel, bilge pump,
bumpers and cleats and lights
may be of corrosion-free plastic.
A sailboat may have a hull of
synthetics, with plastic paint,
caulking compound, lightseight
racing Fittings and fails and

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OVERLAPPING STRENCTHLapstrake hulls are newly
grr for outboard bulls, but they've been proven by
irattions, of offshore fishermen before outboard days.

lines developed from man-made
materials.
Mirao le fibers and fabrics have
come of age. afloat.
Nylon rope, tested skeptically a
few years ago, is now consider considered
ed considered a standard for mooring and
docking Itines, with its extra
strength to hold a boat and elas elasticity
ticity elasticity to help absorb surges from
wake and waves. Dacron can be
relied on when strength without
stretch is required.
The miniature transistor has
helped the small boat owner to
start to match his big boat
brother's electronic aids to navi navigation.
gation. navigation. Depth finder, radio tele telephone,
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Luis M.Rodriguez
Whips Virgil Akins
For 21st In Row

MIAMI BEACH Fla., June 20
--(UPI)----A virtually unlimited box boxing
ing boxing future beckoned today tc
unbeaten Cubah welterweight Lu Luis
is Luis Manuel Rodriguez, but wnat's
to become of his latest victim,
former champion Virgil (Honey
Bear) Akins?
Rodriguez, a 2-1 favorite in a
late switch of odds, gave Akins a
solid drubbing-4eLiain the. Un Unanimous
animous Unanimous decision in their nationally-televised
10-round bout
Wednesday night, the f ourth
loss in the last five bouts for
Askins.

Although Rodriguez hi nied
broadly that Akins has "lost his
punch," the former champ insist insisted
ed insisted today that he's not consider considering
ing considering retiring.
"I'll fight some more and knock
off a few more," Akins de
claret "I'll be back up again.'
But the lopsided nature of
Rodrigue'z triumph, 21st for the
22-year old Cuban who was mak making
ing making his U.S. debut, left the fu future
ture future very murky for the 32-yelr
old Akins of St. Louis, Mo., whose
career has been sliding downhill
since he lost the crown last
year to Don Jordan. The three
ring officials voted for Rodriguez
as follows: judge Freddie Aaron Aaronson,
son, Aaronson, 99-92; judge Carl Gardner,
99-93; and referee Cy Gottfned
98-93. The UPI scoresheet a agreed.
greed. agreed. 9-3.

boating aid tel2visioncan now
be taken aboard.
Today's boatman need no long longer
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fog horn or whistle.
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horn is signalling a boating era
more pleasant, though possibly
more noisy, than ever before.

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HEADING DOWNSeemingly about to make a' head-first
landing, Gordon Miller falls to the pit after clearing the
crossbar in the high Jump of the British Empire Games
at White City in London. lie holds the native record for the
event at 6 feet inches.

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By JERRY CHIAPPETTA
DOWAGLAC, Mich. (1.1131) In
this sleepy little community of
southweast Michigan, there are
men who sit on the bottoms of
lakes with notebooks, underwater
pens and cameras.
It's all part of research pro program
gram program to see how various species
of fish react, to different kinds of
artificial lures. The men are spe specifically
cifically specifically testing sound lures for a
new type of 'sonar" fishing.
Introduced a few years ago, this
method of fishing is popular with
anglers willing to try something
new. The lures are supposed to
catch fish in "muddy or roiled"
waters as what waters aren't
today?
The researchers work for Hed Heddon
don Heddon and Sons Co a firm convic conviced
ed conviced that "fish can hear hy feeling."
Tall, friendly Earl Miller, direc director
tor director of research and chief skin skindiver
diver skindiver for Peddon, said he can ac actually
tually actually hear the vibrating sonic
and sonor lures humming through
the water. The fish are suptoos suptoos'd
'd suptoos'd to pick un the buzz of the lure
instantly and come for it in search
of a meal.
"But, Miller conceded. "fish are
ricky. If we could catch one on

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every try there would be no fun
in it. Some days fish just won't be
biting and no matter what you
throw at them, they'll just throw 4
it back, so to speak. 1

"This new lure just helps ua
non-experts a little. It will make
us a little expert.
"It sure is tt rilling to sit on the
bottom of a lake in about ?0 icel
of water and watch the bass and
bilrgills swimming around you.
Miller said.
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where you are because of the air
bubbles. The ycast the plugs in
your direction. Then the fisa all
come to life.

"They turn toward the hunt.
ming lure and usually try to in intercept
tercept intercept it. That's why we catch se
many big ones on the front hooks.
Other fish will follow the lure,
and depending on the skill of the
fishermen, will either strike it or
turn up their noses at it."
Miller said they also test other
artificial baits to see which colors
attract fish best.

"We learned a tot last summer
and will go down again soon." he
said. "There is much more to
learn about fish. It's fascinating."

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NEW YORK INEA) '--Jack .- 0 UT OF DOORS with "12'))SIN A
Kearns was in New York for the
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"I don't like to talk about Pat- ..,,-AI,K,I;',i k --,.'-it.Th,'zqt-,W.5.1t,s-' t -' '- it 4 By JERRY CHIAPPETTA every try there would be no fun
.-,,'",'-,,AtAtrl...m.04 ..,,'ketps..;,.. ..n.,,,a,..,,--.1,,, .441;;',40',5 in it. Some days fish just won't be
terson and Jo g a n s s e n" said ritfri',-;.lit,,,,s4, -ii-A!?,-"." ,'-..,:.A,
Kearns, manager of champions ,--k:' --,-pVg, ..s
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t r.. 4140144,3p.). DOWAG1AC, Mich. (1.11)1) In biting and no matter what yoet
and builder of million-dollar gates. A'aiii-fpkis.., ,.-
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,,,;',,-,,E2,44W,- 3.,, '.-)f..4K., ".1 !!. ,illr., southweast Michigan, there are it back, so to speak. 1
"but they've sure butchered it. ...
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"Every time Cus D'Amato open- t4-,It'Ar-.10',,,' men who sit on the bottoms of
to 1400' -,. --i, ; ,s-1't-a4
- 4.';,4,',fi 4 if. e 41 r.,., i ;,' 76',..'t, lakes with notebooks, underwater "This new lure just helps us
ed his mouth he knocked 25,000 kiitt.ti-ZIK,,, OtAl 1111111 .,,'.,14,,i', 1, .1t, ;,. ; irl, ,,,-,,
or more off the gate. This show
fs!104.',..e. vi I 0 st 17 I, y .,. -, , o, ,,, ..f,,: pens and cameras. non-experts a little. It will make
, tt',11? '' It's all part of a research pro- us a little expert.
wuld have done real well had i,,th,,,,e.,,,,,,,, 1 1: .;,i.
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Here is an international match l',0r8,.'.....,,S, ., of fish react, to different kinds of "It sure is ti rilling to sit on the
between a Swede who can punch -t.-Wki,,45r17,,,,e,t,4,. i' '1.,,,,.', ;1', ;Iii. .,,, r: it; IF'. ,...-t.,11'.,..,0.' 0.1. . :',I-r.1'
. artificial lures. The men are spe- bottom of a lake in about 'M icel
and a champir who had been ..-Y,T;i:tri ',,,,,i;er, .: .',,,"' ,, ,st, , ,ii, ,,,L f , 4 ,, cifically testing sound lures for a of water and watch the bass and
knocked down it has a million iy,olr Atio,t1,4 tie, ';'.$:' p -'41121!".' it4.--, .h'f. ,,.. new type of 'sonar" fishing. biwgills swimming around you.
dollar stamped all over it." 6
1,;,,l'-i-,-1A.:' ,ii,,,-- '" ,,',.,.. ''",'' f N4it..:?, -:.: ,. , ,:7,', .,,,,, : Miller said.
''.. 0.,i,11:14.sois Ate'.,',';' -',, '',I,' '-k,ridi4412"E.,;,:t;;$ ,,.... 401,1,W.:0-, ., i: Introduced a few years ago, this "The boys in the boat know
Irwin Rosee dropped in to tip '4..g.:Irtkyi4. ;, ,;;; ,A,., .14 , ..
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method of fishing is popular with where you are because of the air
fight writers that Johansson was 1.),43'.'1,,iAVIrr,t0 ,'''.P.0
kcl'64'04.,Agt,., gi',,,-.' ..,14,4 :1:' anglers willing to try something bubbles. The yeast the plugs in
overtrained. .,...,a.,4. tv,i;:.-, -.tpkii,.,4-k--
"What from," asked one of the ,--r41 ",,,i: 0 :L'Ell,'V'''
i.', L'N, h .. 'f.:LY ', new. The lures are supposed to your direction. Then the fisa all
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Grossinger's and New York in a f
f3'-'-,',L2. '.:. waters as what waters aren't
helicopter?" -4,s,, ;;!.,2: ., 4-....,',N,.....e. ''....; f '.,';t14.-tl.':; ',..1.:.f,.,, -1:1i2,,,--11,-,,,t,:,, ..'''''''''':'''Y..": '';' ''''''' today? "They turn toward the huM
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ROSE', BEATING THE DRUMS A,, 4:kt t,''7'.-. -P 1- t,'"
,AN ,,., N,,....-s-'its --, 4, S ..1 ..tt ,.,..,,,,,,,tt ,,,,, ,,,,,.. i,. The researchers work for Hed- tercept it. That's why we catch se
for the TelePrompTer closed cit. .1,-,,,Se trt -,-,.., - ,, ,,- ..1., t3,- ''. -t:v4.,,-ki'l --.,),,,,,;,1.:,.., ,-3, i,si,li, ,.
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ed that "fish can hear by feeling." Other fish will tollow the lure, ,,
cuit television version of the t.4.).,i t!.- ii",-,1,g,);ap, ,,,.,,0-"Lii,1 ,,,...,. ...-,i, N.,,t.,,:.-, v7, ,,,,,...,,,,,-,,, i?.i:.,.:.,.-g:k.,;, ,,,,7:;...,.v i,,,,i,. .,.
;A ., I it) ,e,,,,..,:.iy,, 11 ,.. '':41, 0? .':::, 1 i ,,,;,.,'",,,, tir,?': ,' Tall, friendly Earl Miller, direc- and depending on the skill of the
scrap. was seeking some sort f k-: --,,, '',4.' -,-,f-.',-- ,,,st!'i,-,
ft'', ....:,,,,,N4'04A-t""?. tor of research and chief skin- fishermen, will either strike it or
gimtmick to steam un a ticket .,,,,,... ,t'R,
, sale retarded by Eddie Machen's ts:''''',e4116,i1g1P1:-' -0,': ',, t-,,' , diver for Peddon, said he can ac- turn up their noses at it."
suit for breach of contract and 74 vt!ree, if. 44Wiss'it
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and sonor lures humming through artificial baits to see which colors
whatnot. Federal Judge Irving 11' -.2 .''nfl, '4!,q:et,firt,'-o,',-i 0,.:::." ,o,i ,44,4,7iA I ,,
Kaufman did not deny Maehen ft 'Vili-01-!',-A0,-, -0,- 4;,,s4;:v,I, v ,.,- .'' YANk5 --;'; the water. The fish are stionos- attract fish best. .
an iniunctinn notil june 9, A,t;,,,7-11 ,:..,-..ioc
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How could tickets be sold for instantly and come for it in search "We learned a tot last summer --
..,,,sa ,...,,,ss.,,;.t!..t.',T4''''' '1:;.1.7v't ses.'.:.'-;" if.,,,. ,, of a meal. and will go down again soon." he
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"D'Amto didn't help t i n g s 4 ,i ..,,,,,,..,:gi44.- t 'tz,- ...e.,,' -,,,,,,,,W,".,,..-;::,e--7,,, ricky, If we could catch one on learn about fish. It's fascinating."
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Foster (cottages. between Santa FOR RENT:Furnished swot-. FOR SALE:-1955 Hillman twit FOR 5AI-itStereophonic Roc- FOR SALC--1957 Kenmore pip- FOR SALLLos 500 and 1.000
Clara and Rio Hato. New lew merits in Cangroio, tzr unfurnish- door, Californian. Very good con- ords. Classical and popular's. A- luxe dryer, S175.00, er lout ef- waters, in the Haim Hipkirgeort
. 1 :rates. Phone Balboa 1866. lad, two bedroom, livingroom, dition, $575.00. Tel. 3-7167. GENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street No. for. Albrook 86-3102. Excellent Urbanizatiqe across the lemon ,
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1: FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
,.. PHILLIPS Oceanside Cettagoe with service, garage and hot wa- fronts. sewage, water male and
, -, Santa Clare R. dii P. Plums Ps- Bel-Air, sport cp. $900.00. Call FOR SALE:T.V. RCA "21", FOR SALE; lames automatic
,, ter, Alberto Navarro Street, La electricity. CAN W. Mcilareett. et
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,, manta I-11177 Cristobal 1-1673. Castallana Building. Teti. 2-2883 2-4410. $165.00, RCA. iii-Fi, S125.00 dishwasher. Excellent condition,
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, or 3-1318. FOR SALE:--1958 Opel 7,200 3392. --,------ By SAM SHULSKY
1'1 laldwin's furnished apartments -- FOR SALIE:In Pardue Lefevre,
,, ,, miles. Coco Solo 36-355. -- FOR SALE:Gold band minton
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Foster cottages. behreon Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
:rites. Phone Balboa 1166.
PH I LL IPS Nesmith' Cottaaas
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nama Panama 3- I 1177 Cristobal 1- I 67 3.
Baldwin's furnished apartmenh
et Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
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FOR RENT:Vacation quarters
from JUIll 20th to Aut. 20th.
Will accept two couples, 5251-I
Diablo. Phone 2-3315.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, completely yr n is hod
spacious grounds, air-conditioned,
T.V hot water, 6 months. Tel.
3-1407.
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FOR RENT:--local eommercial
at Just Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11, information 2-2341.
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FOR RENT: 116.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop. parape, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Franpipani
pipani Franpipani Street. close to Auto Sof Sofvicio,
vicio, Sofvicio, $235.00. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
I WANTED 1
WANTED: Bargain. Station
wagon or sedan, 6 cylinder, 4
door Plymouth or Chevrolet 1956
up, mochanical drive. Phone 4-
547.
WANTED: Good maid with
ooforoness. Via Portal No. 82.
WANTED:Wish to Place ox oxporienced
porienced oxporienced 000k-bouleekoeper. un unable
able unable to lie in. Balboa 2-6355.
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FOR RENT: Furnished room,
indepensient Orono with bath bathteeftl
teeftl bathteeftl To one porton. Soeend St.
Pereiii. No. 7-189 upstairs.
Plums 1-6046.
Public Dispensary
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health department, it was annouc annouced
ed annouced today.
Climaxing three years of work
by the welfare board of subur suburban
ban suburban San Francisco, the dispensa dispensary
ry dispensary soon will be put into service
next to the public library on Via
Porras at SOth street, according
to board members.
Medicine, medical equipment
and the services of a doctor one
day a week will be provided by
the health departmeM, It was an announced.
nounced. announced. Dispensary building will be
painted and refurnished by the
welfare board of San Francisco.
The health department's Dr.
Young has offered to give his
services for two and a half hours
every afternoon for two months
et no charge to keep the dispen dispensary
sary dispensary going, board members said.
The board also called on other
physicians, dentists, nurses and
;social workers willing to work to
.contact Dr. Brunno Hammer tacit.
director of the health committee.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Fleet Reserve Association of Rod Rodman
man Rodman la one of the sponsors of the
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IApartments
FOR RENT:---furnished soart
nsents in Congreio, r unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, two bedroom, livingroom,
anti balcony around, maiti's room
with service, garage and hot wa water,
ter, water, Alberto Navarro Street, Ls
Casty liana Building. Teti. 2-2883
or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive two-bedroom apartment
covering entire uPPer floor of
n ow and lovely building in good
location at Nuevo Campo Alegre.
Living-dining r m, kitchen,
maid's room with bathroom,
space for laundering, hot water
and garage. Added attraction of
over 80 square meters of
for comfort, relaxation and
o l Good view of Hotel El
Panami Hilton. Telephone 3-
.'599.
FOR RENT:One 2-room. one
3-ronm furnished apartment, GI
aporoved, National A tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:Beautiful Duplex
apartment, porch. terracas, gar.
dens. Casa Vallarino, Transiath Transiathmian,
mian, Transiathmian, Avenida No. 9. Phona 4-
1016.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnishod
nishod furnishod two bedroom chalet, liv living
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
maid's room. garage, etc. For six
months. 95th Street No. 43,
1$185 09 To 3-4994.
F011; WENT: Small furiSiiitta
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Beautiful residential
area 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:--Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmenC very spacious;
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room. dining room. ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, gararr, etc.
Very cool. Enquire beside Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 51 Street.
FOR RENT:A large comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has ono bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room, din dining
ing dining room, porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
Croata, Avenida Jos Gabria1
Duque No.f
FOR RENTI esk. Well furnishal
hvo bedroom apartment, ens had hadrem
rem hadrem air-eoottitiosed, located in
Campo Alegre, near El Panam
Hilton. For 8 menthe. $175.00
monthly. Call 1-112.11 during of ofPion
Pion ofPion holm. ;
FOR RENT:Two bodroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, indepointant, modern, re reeolith'
eolith' reeolith' painted, San Francium.
none 4-0553.
FOR RENT:Apartmont 2 boa boaroom,
room, boaroom, comfortably furnished. Rs Rsfriperater,
friperater, Rsfriperater, leoys. hot watsr. pots.
aRelles sod othor &Reims utensils.
43rd onset No. 27.
Animals
POR SALE:Beston Terrier pup pupPv's
Pv's pupPv's AKC rogilhaved. Cali Navy
3916. betwson 9:00 amt. to
7:00 p.m.
Club Nacional
Holds Installation
Monday Night
The Club Nacional (bartenders,
waiters and cooks organizatic,n)
will install new officers M(,nday
at 1:30 p.m. at the French Hall,
located in the Califonia area.
Arthur Yearwood will be sowrn
in as new president, and Alfred,
vice-president.
Other offioers to take their
new posts are Frank Williams,
secretary; Gaspar Williams, as as1
1 as1 sistant secretary; Rudolph Bryan,
4easurer; Harold Wade, buciness
manager; Herbert Moore, chap chaplain;
lain; chaplain; and Lester Williams and
AmbrOde. Johnson, trustees.
It had been erroneotisly report reported
ed reported that the installation would be
held at the El Panama Hotel
Waiters Club on Central Ave. and
"J" Street.

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Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your 'New Or
Used Car
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EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
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LONDON (UPI) The state stateowned
owned stateowned British Railways inaugu inaugurated
rated inaugurated its highly publicized 75-
miles se hour electric express
train, service hetween the south
coast and London Monday.
The fourth Irwin to leave Dover
broke down two stations a wa-.
And the first electric boat train
tor London to Dover was 15 min
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1 Automob,ites
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FOR SALE:--1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con condition,
dition, condition, S575.00. Tel. 3-7167.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air. sport ep. 000.00. Call
2-4410.
FOR SALE:--1958 Ooel 7,200
miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
FOR SALE: English Ford
Anglia 1957, 2-door, 8611 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan A Balboa.
FOR SAILE:-1956 Ford, fordo!,
Fordomatie, with radio, blower,
new tires, $1.125.00. Kobbe 84-
8143.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1956
Holiday 88, four door hydrama hydramatic,
tic, hydramatic, radio, white tires, mileage
13,800, seats and interior doors
covered fitted plastic. one owner
and driver, beautiful condition,
leaving country, $1495.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6830.
FOR SALE:Morris Minor 1958,
only 2,000 miles, showroom con condition,
dition, condition, $1300. Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALL-1958 Onel. excel excellent
lent excellent condition, first $1250, takes
it. Tel. Balboa 2405. House No.
2235, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
hardtop, auto trans., radio, wsw,
Ph. 2-6426.
FOR SALE:----!958 Ford V-8
Custom 300. 2-door sedan, two
tone tan body with green uphols upholstery.
tery. upholstery. 16.000 miles. Looks and acts
like a brand new car. Radio and
Clock. Excellent tires. Price
$1900 will consider all offers.
Must sell before June 30. Will
be on Pacific side on Sunday.
Phone 36-356 tonight to ar arrange
range arrange for demonstration. Mc Mclivaine,
livaine, Mclivaine, House 248-0. Coco Solo.
FOR SALL-1959 Ford, 4 door
sedan, mech. shift, 500 milts.
2-1346
FOR SALE:-49 Studebaker, 6
starlite coupe, black. radio, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, very clean. Call Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 3246.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick con convertible,
vertible, convertible, new paint, new nishols nisholstem
tem nisholstem good tires, dynaitiow, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4452.
FOR SALE:-1948 Ford "scion
SI 7501411114. tiros and batty's'',
runs fin, insPoettd Panama 3-
7810.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, Fordomatic radio,
power steering, trunks unit. air airconditionin.
conditionin. airconditionin. Call Curundu 4198.
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TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi and
transistors.
We do MOr. Work, because we
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli A N'o 18 20
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
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Boots & Motors
FOR SALE:--16' boat with cabin
550; 25 his. Johnson 5150; Pius
accossorics, phone Albrook, duty
7177, home 3223.
FOR SALE:--30' cutter "Nord "Nordstar"
star" "Nordstar" Balboa Yacht Club. Carl Carlson,
son, Carlson, Balboa 3548.
LOST:--2 keys on ehain, tagged:
Curundu Tailor Shop 4204. Call
Curundu 6205.
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Cook 'n Serve
Vending Machines
Are Predicted
NEW YORK (UPI) Vending
machines will some day cook full fullcourse
course fullcourse meals in a matter of sec seconds
onds seconds and put "automatic gro groceries"
ceries" groceries" at the housewife's door.
So says Robert Z. Greene,
chairman of the executive om ommittee
mittee ommittee of the Automatic Canteen
Company of America and presi president
dent president of the Rowe Manufacturing
Company..
Greene.sees the day when com complete
plete complete meals, kept fresh in vend vending
ing vending machines by refrigeration or
in sealed containers, may actual actually
ly actually be cooked electronically in a
few moments after the coin is in
serted.
Ile also predicts "atitniatic
.groceries" in multiple dwellings
1which will ev-II 811 kinds of irssh
!apt frozen foods right at the
hi)sewife's door.

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FOR SALltStersophonic Rec Records.
ords. Records. Classical and popular's. A AGENCIAS
GENCIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street Ns.
6-A.
FOR SALE:T.V. RCA "21",
$165.00, RCA. $125.00
at Almacen Punt 4 Phone 2-
3392.
FOR SALE:-11 metal Venetian
blinds 6 feet by 3 feet, all for
S40.00 singly $5.00 each
Phone: Balboa 4307.
FOR SALE: Magnavox 17"
portable television with antenna,
8100.00, good condition. Phone
4-0608.
FOR SALE:Retiring. Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse Laundromat. Refrigerator,
GI. VM Hi-FL 8 maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining chairs. Bamboo fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Bicycles. Electric trlinS.
Model planes. Telescope. Sleep-
ing b a g, etc. Miscellaneous
household goods. 8I9X-A Croton
street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:Like new, Norge
washar. 875.00, new 30 gal ease
ijned gas water heater. 870.00.
Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE:Underwood fVrie fVriewriter
writer fVriewriter $32.50. new Goodyear wsw
tire, 760-15, duty paid, $33.00,
Westinghouse refrigerator. 9 cf.
$115. 532 Chagres, Ancitn.
FOR SALErWheel chair, adult,
brand new with brakes, $110.00,
qurundu 3220 or 2140-A.
FOR SALE:Lett handed Rolf
club, 3 woods, 8 irons. Balboa 2-
4452, 000d condition.
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DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.

Fraud Charges Against Pittsburgh
Financier Incorrect Says Lawyer

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RIO DE JANEIRO, June 20
(UPI) The lawyer for fornier
Pittsburgh, Pa., financier Earl
Belle said today that charges of
fraud against his client by Brazi Brazilian
lian Brazilian stockbroker ,--Roborto--L o b 0
were "absolutely inconect."
Lobo yesterday accused Belle.
who has been indicted for fraud
in Pittsburgh, of attempted swin swindle
dle swindle in a stock deal involving more
than 82,000,000 Brazilian Cruzeiros
(about $400,000). Lobo asked po police
lice police to investigate Belle and stop
payment on a 1,700,000 Cruzeiro
check he said he gave the Amer American.
ican. American. Belle's lawyer, August Monet
Rego, told police tctday that Lobo
appeared to be using the "unfor "unfortunate
tunate "unfortunate publicity surrounding
Belle" as a basis of putting pres pressure
sure pressure on his client. He claimed
that checks Lobo gave to Belle
had bounced.
Charging that Lobo's charges
were incorrect, Maraes Rego said
"the facts can easily be verified
by checking the legal records."
Lobo, in a complain to pollee
yesterday, claimed that Belle
had induced him to undertake the
selling of 30,000,000 Cruzeiros
worth of stock in the Imasa Abra Abrasives
sives Abrasives Company. He claimed he
later discovered the company was
no good, and to save his "repu "reputation"
tation" "reputation" he gave Belle promisory
notes and a check totalling more
than 3,000,000 Cruzeiros for
Belle's 50 per cent stock in tile
com pany.
Moraes Rego disclosed today
that Lobo's action followed a et etvil
vil etvil and a criminal suit brought a against
gainst against the stockbroker by Belle

Aston Parchment To Speak
At Club Altamira Program

Aston M. Parchment, former
physical education director of the
La Boca and Parasio school di divisions,
visions, divisions, will be principal speak speaker
er speaker at the Club Altaimira's Fath Father's
er's Father's Day program Sunday at the
Abel Bravo School gymnasium. ,1
The one-time Jamaica soccer'
all-star will speak on the subject
"Our Heritage" at the club's
fifth Father's Day outing.
Employed by the Canal Zone
division of schools for many
years, Parchment returned here
recently from four years of col college
lege college in the United States. Ile
was graduated magna cum laude
from Xavier University in New
Orleans last mcmth.
Parchment reportedly, was the
first Xavier student in the last
10 years to graduate with a
straight "A" record and the first
physical education student to do
so in the school's history.
, A classroom teacher at La Bo
ea Junior High School for many
years, Parchment rose to assist assistant
ant assistant principal and later to physic physical
al physical education director of the La
Boca and Paraiso school town townships
ships townships before entering Xavier.
The annual Father's Day cele celebration
bration celebration of the Club Altamira al.
so will feature guest artists Cle Clementina
mentina Clementina Martin of Panama City,
mezzo soprano Claudia Mottley,
baritone Granville Barrow and
violinist Norman Brown Jr.
The Colon Bomber Band un under
der under the direction of 2nd Lt. R. T.

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1
FOR SALIr-1957 Reamers Do-
loos dryer, $175.00, or lroot of oftor.
tor. oftor. Albrook S6-3102. loco Hoot
condition.
FOR SALE; Jamas automatic
dishwasher. Excellent condition,
$50.00. Tel. Albrook 116-2224.
FOR SALE:Gold band minton
plates, drop leaf mahogany table.
maple table, bed, chest of draw drawers,
ers, drawers, bird cage, Venetian blinds,
lamis, ,dishes, Slier Hmse
571I-C, Shoats St., Diablo.
FOR SALE: Loaying country.
mahogany dining table. seat eight
Phone 3-3485, Panama.
FOR SALE:--Rettan furniture, 1
love seat, 3 Asir, 1 settee table,
3 end tables, 5179-A. Diable.
FOR SALE:-.--Hollywood bed and
night table, MOM. Malt"
milk mixer, $25.00. G.E. radio,
Hi-Fi, $20.00. Ws rdr b e,
$30.00. Phone 2-1310 or SOO at
"P'.' street 769. Ask for Mr.
Brown.
FOR SALE:--Livingroom couch,
chair, refrigerator, 3 stepdown
tables Rattan, large diningroom
table, 10 chairs, buffs., 2 end
tables, several other items, all
low priced. Call Balboa 2-3732.
FOR SALE:-1 954 Westinghouse
deluxe dryer. Best offer. Albrook
2280.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:Motorcycle Maize
Blizzard 250cc. Tel. Relic Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:---Nospa, motor scoot,.
or. Good contrition. Inspected
1959. 3228 Empirt St., Balboa,
2-3072.
---
to recover the money involved in
the sale of stock. Moraes Rego
said the checks Lobo gave Belie
were no good.
Belle charged today that Lobo
forced him ;out, of the conipany'
with threats of adverse publicity.
Moraes Rego added that Lobo
on June 4, threatened a "pho "phoney"
ney" "phoney" criminal action unless Belle
withdrew his suits against the
stockbroker. Moraes Rego said
Belle "refused to discontinue legi legitimate
timate legitimate legal processes."
The lawyer said Lobo offered
la week ago to redeem the checks'
and promisory notes for 10 per I
1cent of their value, but Belle re re'fused.
'fused. re'fused. He said Belle's losses in
the Imasa Company amounted to
the debt Lobo owes.
Belle, who is in Brazil illegally
becaue his visa has expired, said
he planned to go to the United
States as soon as possible to face
charge, of fraud in Pittsburgh.
He came to Brazil last year att atter
er atter running into financial difficul difficulties
ties difficulties in Pittsburgh.
Potlice today asked the U.S.
Consul for information about
Belle in connection with the A Americsn's
mericsn's Americsn's request for permanent
residence in Brazil. Action on
the request had been suspended
pending settlement of Belle's
sa situation.
Belle's wife is expecting a
child in the next few weeks, which
could prevent the government
from forcing Belle to leave the 1
country. The brazilian constitition
forbids expulsion, of a foreigner
who is the parent of a dependent
Brazilian. A child born here au-1
tomatically becomes a Brazilian
citizen.
0
Prescott will provide the music.
The program is open to the pub public
lic public free of charge.
Minister of Government and
Justice Jose Bazan will deliver
the Father's Day message. He
will be introduced by Lic. Alin Alindo
do Alindo Cragwell.
Taxi Service
Available
To laineario'
The management of the Baines Bainesrio
rio Bainesrio Balboa, an entertainment spot
located on the Juan Diaz road, hss
arranged a day and rich; ily;
service between the eity and the
been garden, it was announced 10-
day.
Persons desiring taxi transport.
tion to the "Baineario" may call
Tel. 3-73111.
THE SARI TRUTH
SEATTLE WPI) Mrs. Ethcgt
Adams, wakened by a burglar,
chased him into the street yester yesterday
day yesterday and stood yelling for help as
he fled, until her daughter rushed
out of the house and shouted:
"Mother, you dolt have any
clothes ont"

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a.m. Mon. ta411Pri.. 11 a.m.
Sat.. 2 p.m.;,Sat. far Sun.
Office pen S-2 weekdays.
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Real Estate
FOR SAL111---Lets 500 and 1.000
wrote's, le the Myer Hipkirsione
Urbanisatiop stress the lemon
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts. sewage. water main and
elestricity. CAN W. McBansett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SAL.1:In Pantile Wows,
C Shoot. lot 1,500 square meters
a 53.00 a meter. CASK. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-5079 Mr. Didier.
FOR SALE:.-Comfortable coun country
try country home completely furnished;
4735 se. meters of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. elec electric
tric electric plant; new refrigerator etc.,
at Gorgon& Beach. 50 miles from
Panama City; $300000. Terms
Accepted. Chit be inspected every
Sunday, ask for Mr. Alegre
(owner) or call Telephones: 2-
4924 or 3-6376, Panami for
appoinment.
FOR SALE:Residence at Los
Angeles, three bedrooms, two
porches, terrace, independent
maid's room. $3.000 down pay payment.
ment. payment. Phone 3-6697 from 2:00
p.m. on.
IMiscellaneous I
Business oportunity. Needed part partner
ner partner with capital to expand busi business
ness business in going concern sound
investment, good return. Write
4390.
Nursery School, open all summer.
Call Balboa 1214.
Su 11 Exposures
lo Counity For
European Trip
LONDON (UPI) If you're
coming to Europe this year, think
twice before you buy a bathing
suit.
In some parts of tbe continent
you can get away with two strips
of ribbon, but you might find
yourself being escorted off the
beach by the local police..
To save possible embarrass embarrassment,
ment, embarrassment, here are the views some
European countries take on bath bathing
ing bathing constumes.
Franc,e, of course, is famous
forhert Itivieta belles, and you
cannot have a bikini that is too
small. t fact, you are likely to
get more attention in a one-piece
suit.
In Sweden bile situation is a about
bout about the same.
Althouugh, there is no taw a against
gainst against two-piece costumes showing
a bare midriff in Spain, Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards prefer modesty in public.
Even men generally compl y,
wearing generous sized bathing
trunks rather than short shorts
on the beach. The Spaniards like
feminine women and prefer
dresses to slacks at all times.
In Portugal, two piece beach
costumes are forbidden by law,
and police will escort offenders
off the beach.
in Italy, you can wear a bikini
on the beach if you want to, al although
though although the two piece suit was
technically banned in 1954. To Today
day Today the only thing to atop you is
the excitement it causes among
Italian men who will go to any
lengths to view a girl in a bikini.
But it is advisable not to wear
shorts in Italian towns unless you
have an iron will and plenty of
courage.
Mexican Cardinal
Links Prolestantism
With Communism
MEXICO CITY. June 20 (UPI)---
The newspaper El Universal re reported
ported reported today that Jose Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal Caribi y Rivera links pro protestantism
testantism protestantism with communism it itmong
mong itmong evils every good Mexican
Catholic should fight.
"Mexican Catholics have the
inescapable obligation of fighting
to counteract the action of the
Protestants and the commu communists..
nists.. communists.. ." the Roman Catholic
Archibishop of Guadalajara told
a reporter who interviewed him
during a flight here from Meri Merida.
da. Merida. "The most serious problem of
the Catholic church today is the
intensive campaign of Protestan Protestantism,
tism, Protestantism, with many material re resources,
sources, resources, and the intensive strug struggle
gle struggle of communism to spread its
subsersive ideas."
Three USARCARIB
Enlisted Men Head
For OCS Training
,, Three U.S. Army 6anibbeen
listed men were notifield of their
acceptance s to attend the In Infantry
fantry Infantry Officer Candidate Course
at Fort Henning, Ga.
Sfc. Albert J. Capps of B Com Company,
pany, Company, 1st Battle Group 20tei
fantry will attend the course be beginning
ginning beginning July
Scheduled for the Oct. 12
course are Sf Edward E. Sexton
at the AG Records Section st
Corozal and St Doyle E. Smith
of the Signal Communica tions
Center at Quarry Heights.
All are slated for commissions
tin the infantry upon successful
'completion of the school.

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Investor's Guide-By
SAM SHULSKY

By SAM SHULSKY
Q. We are 71, living on a pen pension,
sion, pension, plus income from about 1,-
700 shares in Gen. Telephone, 1
Bethlehem, U.S. Pipe and Foun Foundry,
dry, Foundry, Public Service of Indiana,
Sweets of America, getty Oil U Union
nion Union Pacific, duPoht, Am. Ta- 1
baco, North Penn Gas, Americatr
Motors, Lockheed, Lorillard, Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Gas, Standard ,9:f N. 3., a
Fruehauf Trailer. Owe- $13,000
on marginal Should we sell some
and take a small profit?
A. The question is not whether
you should sell in order to take
profits, but whether you should
clear up that $18,000 margin
debt.
As it stands now, you have a
fine list of stocks. Some of them,'
however, are rather volatile, and
some of them yield rather little
for retired folk.
I doubt very much that you
are getting enough income from
the $18,000 you hold on margin 1
to pay the interest costs on that
much money. That means ,ou
are holding stocks on margin
solely for speculation. I don't
think you are at the age, or the
market is at the level for specu speculation.
lation. speculation. I would hot the utilitiett;
the tobaccos, the hion Pacific,
but consider cutting down some
of the other issues sufficiently to
pay off our loan.
Q. What is a "Point"? When I
read a stock rose or dropped a
point, tat doealtmeata....
A. In the case of a comnion
stock a point is $1.. If American
Can rose from 43 to 44, it rose a
point or $1. a share. In the case
Stock Market

Td Normal As Summer Rah Begins

NEW YORK, June 20---(pPl)--;1
Stocks got off to, a bad start:041
week but rallied to finish 'On'
a higher note; Tt, -&tm
match the previous week'fbil
The market dechned on MOrt,
day and Tuesday. It did a sharp
shout face on Wednesday and
stored smaller gains in the teal
two POPM0115.
Some brokers hailed the rally
as an indication the market may
have successfully met the latest
test of its recent lows in the
avers ges. They suggested it
would move in a fairly narrow
range for a while as a base was
established for the start of the
traditional summer rally.
The business news was extel extellent
lent extellent this .week for the most
part. Although, some ,analysts felt
much of the good news may
have been discounted. The market
pretty much ignored, str k e
threats in sitch'ke$ lines as steel
aluminum and copPer.
The bears of wall street reduc reduced
ed reduced their short positions, at, mid,
June to the. lowest levelAiince;
January 4951t.', Thistle tiel,ndica tiel,ndication
tion tiel,ndication the bears expect the market
to rise.
The New York stock exchange
sttmned the financial world with
a survey showing that there now
are more than 12,490,000 stock stockholders
holders stockholders in the country. This fi figure
gure figure left even the optimists gasp gasping.
ing. gasping. The oil industry is having Its
Inventory problems again and
investor concern over this deve development
lopment development was mirrored during the
week in selling stocks
However, some okl, Two ,7 felt the
glut is only "tempbettilt.
Texaco scored a sharp gain
Yesterday after it announced nlans
to merge with Superior Oil f
Californitt, the higheilt r e d
stock on the'big bOerd." Superior
also responded with gain.
Trinidad Governor
Sails For 1W Stin
PORT OF SPAIN Their Ex Excellencies
cellencies Excellencies the Governor-General
and Lady Ha Hes are proceeding
on leave to tbe United Kingdom
on 10 July in &S. "Orcades."
During his time in England
Lord Hai les will take the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to have talks with the
Secretary of State on matters af affecting
fecting affecting the Federation. Their Ex Excellencies
cellencies Excellencies will return about the
middle of Sept. in order that
the Governor-General may re resume
sume resume ins duties before the open opening
ing opening of the Inter-governmental
Conference on the Revision of the
11 Constitution on 2ath Sept.
In accordance with Her Ma,14-
Ity's instructions 'Sir Robert -At
Idell as Nenior Governor witftip
Ithe Federation,, 'will act as Governor-GemeratTduring
thei ab absence
sence absence of Lor4
Sir Robert Arundell his con consented
sented consented to postpone his prere preretirement
tirement preretirement leave in order to act 'as
Governor-General as Sir Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Blackburne, Governor of
Jamaica, who is the Governor
next in seniority, is unable to
leave Jamaica at present, owing
to the introduction of the new
constitution and the holding of
of new elections.

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of bonds, a point represents one
per cent of the par. For exampls,i..
a $1,000 bond which drops a point'
would decline, in the b o n d, I
market listings from 100 to 91.;.!
That would mean it is now se11-1
ing at $990-
q i am interested in mutual
funds. Is it true some funds hair
split their stook? Some friendir
have advised a regular life- insu7'
17ance policii',1-itistead of mutual;7
'funds? In ordeets get faster ast77
tion, would kThilbetter to maks':
larger payments at the start?'7
What kind of a return ean l'7
ght on a mutual fund in 10 or Ili t
years?. -. --------- i
,
A. You are -evidently getting It i
lot of misinformation on minus' 1
funds.
1. Some ftmds split their stock, I
others don't. It makes absdruts-
ly no difference. A mutual fund '1,
is priced according to assets. It i
makes no difference whe t b e r,1
you split $1 million in assets intift
7
100,000 pieces or 200,000 pieces. I
2. Life insurance and mutnal
funds are entirely diff eren t
One is dollar anount protection,'
the other is an investment with
hope of capital growth. Y e i
should have life insurance.
,iit,,
.1. You -don't-buy mutual fund.
-714ast actiom
-747,a, If you-;.f,i9lit me where th
stock :market will be In 10 or 11
years I could gtve You some ids
of what' ygurt.fund woukl be
worth. ,e-,TAY''
I (Mr,. Shulsky will answer fillet fillet.of.
.of. fillet.of. general- interest in hie
column. If yOu desire nets of aut
gested itlYestrnents please enclosak
a rtamped," aelf-ad4lessed
lee.)

Drops Then Returns

,
Nevfi:highs this 'itemk were eit eittioundiclor
tioundiclor eittioundiclor Pirsimal income, M.
distrial prodUction, gross nation- 1
Alirpcoeizt gm cost-of-living,
Housif pasged se adminis
tration backed bill to permit the
federal debt to push to a new
high of 295 billion during the
coming year.
Railroad carloadings hit a new
19,month high. Oonstruction se setivity,
tivity, setivity, auto producticm
and appliance voliime all toed
good reeding.
1
President Eisenhower this week
refused to intervene directly in
the deadlocked steel-wage talks.
With only a little more than a
week remaining until the MY
1, strike deadline, the steel indus,
'VAR' Wit -tO begin banking
Mnate late next week if ne
new tontrad is in sight.
The nation's gold stock Jell
asother 2 mg1km this week to
to ion
Sell-Taught Prof
Commutes Weekly
Oh lo T9 Maryland

CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI)-- Dr.
James W. Perry is a university
professor with ,two distinctions..
He teaches al course in Missies
language without ever having
had a course in it I himself, and
he commutes vide)dy between.
here and Maryiand. f
, Perry, director of Western Re Re)
) Re) serve University's, enter of Doe.
umentation-andtRe earch, panda,
vachlrriday- at the Army's Aber.
'deen, Md., Pro ing Ground,
teaching Russian tO' a group el
scientists and technicians.
The professor was already skill!.
ed in German when he decided to
take up Russian on being told
that "the Russian language bar.
rier in science is unsurmounta-
ble."
Dr. Perry began, teaching hint. 41
self. Now, he has publiehed Neve
eral magazine artkles and OM, 14
book on scientific Russian, In ad. ''
dition he has acquired a working .'
knowledge of Dutch, Italia1 Spas.
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Him LIBRARYOne of the functions of the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
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change. exchange. Here an operator prepares to preview a newly received
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SUNDAY, JUNE 21 Ir Tr Fre ',E. mit um motolie too .1 MUCK go Iti 111C unit ..et A ,,o...it t,.. t ... I( ;.? kr s , ...
AMUR m "1- (' --- miner's hat with ita lamP, the floors directly above, ante 1 7 i ., .1 mmt- i7 '. The
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(Weather Or Not 1

This weather report for tbe 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 78
Low 73 75
HUMIDITY:
High 97 93
Low 90 83
WIND:
(max. mph) SW-II SIE-8
RAIN (inches) .42 31
'WATER TEMP:
, (inner harbors) 82 83
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.10
Madden Dam 216.51
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, JUNE 21
High )s ,,
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Time Ht.
3.45 Litt 116 ft.
1.02 p.m. 1,1.7 ft.
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Methods Change, But Signal
Corps Still Spreads The Word

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The U.S. Army Signal Corps,
which will observe its 99th anni anniversary
versary anniversary on June 21, initially us used
ed used flags and mirrors to flash
messages. while today it can
send a message around the world
in a split second or 'even ,bounce
one off the Moon.
Salutes to the U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Signal personnel will be
broadcast over CFN at 7:55 p.m.
today and 7:25 and 8:55 p.m. to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Working numerous laboratories
and proving grrounds, or in con conjunction
junction conjunction with civilian industrial
firms and educational institutions,
the Signal Corps has had a vast
impact on the civilian economy
In its continued effort to provide
the finest and most advanced
military electronics and commu communications
nications communications equipment and tech techniques,
niques, techniques, it has produced benefils
to the civilian economy ranging
from increased airline safety to
tiny hearing aids.
Militarily inspired demands for
miniaturization, more ruggee Yet
lighter and more efficient radio
sets, more rapid transmission of
typed messages all have re resulted
sulted resulted in contributions to com commercial
mercial commercial communications.
Hand in hand with miniaturiza
i
Three very important "firsts"
in the history of the 'United
1 States took place on the small
! island of Jamestown, Va. In
1607, the English, led by Capt.
John Smith, made their first
permanent settlement in
America there. In 1619, the
first American representative
government assembly was held
there and later the same year
the first Negroes in Aznerica
were landed there.
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lion and printed circuitry in ra radios,
dios, radios, television and radars has
gone the need for smaller, more
efficient batteires. The Signal
Corps was largely responsible for
design. and development of an en entire
tire entire family of -extremely small
yet highly reliable batteries.-
Totday Signal Corps-developed
radar is used by pilots, commer commercial
cial commercial fishermen, ocean going ships.
Improvements in lightweight Mil.
itary portable electronic equip equipment,
ment, equipment, such as a tiny Coni4t,rt
Ceiver-transinftter, 'hive resulted
in commercial production of com comparable
parable comparable sets for industrial and
civilian uses.
Notable advances have been
made in the field of photography,
including the design and develop development
ment development under sponsorship of the
Signal Corps of plastic paper
which eliminates need for a
darkroom. Other research led to
development of an optical image
evaluation system which aloows
camera manufacturers to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate long trials of lenses. Reduc Reduced
ed Reduced cost of cameras has resulted.
Many other developments
some highly technical' include
new and improved methods of
microwave radio relay communi communication;
cation; communication; portable TV cameras;
miniature thermostats for indus industrial
trial industrial safety equipment; imrpoved
telephone repeaters; superior e electronic
lectronic electronic tubes and manY
ed types of wires and insulations.
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Distillery Trouble-Snooters
Seek Leaky Bourbon Barrels

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OWENSBORO, Ky. (UPI) A
handful of wooden plugs and a
sensitive nose are the tools used
by 155 men whose job is to pre prevent
vent prevent their employes and the U United
nited United States government from los losing
ing losing millions of dollars a year in
revenue.
These "sniffers" hunt for leaks
in barrels of aging bourbon
whisky sotred in bonded ware warehouses.
houses. warehouses. Each gallon is worth
S10,50 in revenue to the U.S.
Treasury when it is withdrawn
from the warehouse.
Most of the world's supply of
bourbon whisky is still mad
in Bourbon County viler. it
was first distitloal and from
which it &rival its name.
A common sight in the Blue
Grass state is the open-rick
whisky warehouse, built of wood
and sheathed in galvanized iron.
It is open to the rigors of winter
and the heat of summer, a wea weathering
thering weathering provess that helps give
bourbon whisky its distinctive
taste.
These dark warehouses guard guarded
ed guarded by Treasury agents, are laden
with white oak barrels, piled
three high, five deep and ranged
on racks separated by one foot
runways. --
in order to squeeze along
these catwalks, a leak hunter
must keep his wastellne trim.
Ho carries the tools of his trade
--a miner's hat with its lamp,
hammer, a punch and pock pockets
ets pockets full of small Cedar pegs'
and wedges.
One such "sniffer,!! is Robert
Shiver, 131, the empicoye of an 0-1
wensboro distillery (Glenmore
He is tall, thin and sharp-nosed,'
with a knack for sniffing out
leaks that ix legendary at the dis distillery.
tillery. distillery. A former. coal miner and river
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Steel Talks
Deadlocked;
No Meetings
NEW YORK, June 20.(UPI)
Steel contract talks remai e d
deadlocked today, with only nine
more bargaining days left for
top-level negotiators to reach a
peaceful settlement and avert a
nation-wide strike at 12:01 a.m.
July
In Pittsburgh, a top official of
one of the nation's largest steel
firms said the industry has
"made its final offer" in the cur current
rent current negotiations.
"We have made a proposal,"
the official said -last night. "We
will take a strike rather than
change that proposal."
The official, who asked that
Ms name be withheld, did not
rule out the possibility of a -wage
increase, but he said the indus industry
try industry was united in its determina determination
tion determination to prevent an increase in
"employment costs."
There was no meeting of the
negotiators today. After sitting
around the bargaining table for
two hours yesterday, the joint
conference was recessed until 10
a.m. Monday.
Industry's chief negotiator, R.
Conrad Cooper, executive vice
president of the Steel Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, had nothing to say on
the impasse. And the only com comment
ment comment of David J. McDonaki, pre president
sident president of the United Steelwork Steelworkers
ers Steelworkers Union, was that "silence is
golden" at this late stage in the
negotiations.
SIDE BY SIDEThe old and
the new in London street light lighting
ing lighting atend -next to one another-.
Workmen installed the new
electric lamp before removing
the old fashioned gas lamp
alongside. New lamp is at left.
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boat hand, Shiver is the veteran
among the distillery's six leak
hunters. Their domain consists of
the dark runways and corridors
of 20 five-story warehouses con containing
taining containing more than 18,000,000 gal galIons
Ions galIons of aging whisky in 368,000
berries.
Uncle Sarg considers aces.
sive leakage an unnecessary
loss of revenue, so Shiver ana
his mates systematically inspect
tho SS gallon American white
oak barrels.
During the summer months,
Shiver is particular busy, since
the heat builds up pressure in
barrels atid an imperfection can
result in anything from a slow
drip to a bursting barrel.
The leak hunters have made
bursting barrels a rarity, howev however.
er. however. They move slowly through
rows, sniffing for the tell-tale
odor of escaping whisky which
they are able to detect immedi immediately,
ately, immediately, even through the general
odor of whisky in its various
stages permeates the whole ware warehouse.
house. warehouse.
To Shiver, the smell of teak.
kg whisky is like the sound of
snapping tiwg underfoot In the
still of a cloop forest.
He tracks his quarry by sniff sniffing
ing sniffing along the runways to the
point where the odor is strong strongest;
est; strongest; from there, he knows he
must' go to the barrels resting on
the floors directly above, since
the fresh, heavy bourbon vapors
travel downward,
Usually Shiver can spot the
leak and quickly repair it with
his cedar pegs and wedge s.
lArhen a serious leak cannot be
repaired on the spot, he marks
it as "a cripple," and it is remov removed,
ed, removed, under government supervision,
from bonded storage for major
repairs
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and key members of the joint staff in which Lt Gen. Ridgely Gaither, commander in Chiet
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Supersonic
Than Driving
By ED COWAN
ANDREWS AIR FORCES BASE.
Md. (UPI) Our Voodoo jet in interceptor
terceptor interceptor was still rolling along
the ground when Capt. Richaru A.
Jones cut in the afterburners
first one, then the other.
The Voodoo shot forward,
pushing my crash helmet back
against the padded headrest. We
hovered just a few feet above the
ground, then suddenly it was fall falling
ing falling away.
"How high are we?" I asked
Jones through the intercom mike,
which is built ihto the oxygen
mask and is on all the time.
!Three thousand feet," he said.
"We'll hold this climb until we get
up top."
I looked out through the plas plastic
tic plastic canopy at the green-and-brown
patched Maryland countryside. I
could see the ground only on the
side we were banked toward.
We were climbing at several
hundred miles an hour. That
speed and the planes steep angle
of climb pushes you against the
back of the seat and it's not easy
to lean forward.
It was like riding an express
elevator I swallowed hard several
times to help unplug my ears and
thought the oxygen tasted stale. I
wondered if It would stop flowing
through the rubber hose fitted to
my face mask.
"How high are we now!" I ask asked
ed asked Jones. It would be another
several minutes before I could
stop watching the ground and sky
and bother to study t,he air-speed
indic a tor.
"18,000 feet," Jones said.
I shouldn't have been so sur surprised.
prised. surprised. After all, an interceptor
has to climb fast to do its job--
find and destroy enemy aircraft.
Made by the McDonnell Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Corp. of St. Louis, the Voo Voodoo
doo Voodoo is the Air Defense Com Command's
mand's Command's newest all-weather fighter-interceptor.
Its top speed is se secret.
cret. secret. It can deliver a missile pack packing
ing packing an atomic warnead, which
means it might knock down se several
veral several enemy planes with a single
shot.
Jones levelled off the Voodoo et
about 22,000 feet. We had been in
thei,air less' than two minutes.
With the throttle set as 500
miles an hour, we "cruised" east eastward
ward eastward across Chesapeake Bay and
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To Voodoo
the Maryland peninsula toward,
the Atlantic Ocean. Behind us
were the gleaming white spires of
the Washington Monument and
the Capitol dome.
We swept across the peninsula
in a few minutes. As we crossed
the ocean coastline, Jones cut in
the afterburners again. The plane
lurched forward, accelerated and
flas,hed through the "sound bar barrier."
rier." barrier." I heard nothing. Perhaps
they heard a bang on the fishing
boat beneath us.
I could feel the plane accelera accelerating.
ting. accelerating. But the only thing that told
me were actually flying faster
than sound was the airspeed in indicator
dicator indicator slipping pest tl3s
1" line.
At 22,000 feet and 900 miles per
hour, the F-101B twin-jet Voodoo
rides without a ripple. And it was
smoother and cooler inside the
cockpit than during the climb out.
On the horizon where the
ocean appears to meet the sky
there seemed to be a wide, uneven
blackish streak as if someone
had smeared it on with a bursh
dipper in water color paint. The
streak, an optial effect, gets
thicker the higher you are, Jones
explained.
In a way, riding that jet at 13
miles a minute was something
like steady cruising car at 60
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foot-high Mt Suphan in Turkey
(cross CO Newsmap), about 100
miles from pa Soviet Order.
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rocket equipment lett When a
troop transport crashedIt was
considered too hazardouS to get
tbe equipment down and too
dangerous to leave it-where it
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zing by. I reminded myself that
the distance from Andrews whi41
our Voodoo covered in 15 minutes
takes three hours by car.
Jones is a 37-year-old veteran
who flew fighter planes over Ita Italy,
ly, Italy, France and Germany during
World War A family man from
Madison, Wis. he has more time
in the Voodoo' then Ant other Ait
Force pilot. He racked it up the
14,11 tr,41014 it:
Lathing a wine, lazy arc over
the Atlantic, Jones slowed the
'Voodoo to subsonic speed and
pointed her nose back toward
Andrews. He dropped her down
fast to about 3,000 feet. It got hot
in the cockpit and for the first
time I felt uncomfortable.
We touched down at a good 150
miles per hour. Jones popped the
drag chute from the tail to slow
the plane down. Bumping along
the runway and taxiway was the
roughest part of the ride.
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