The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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'Dr.Dsrnuf $2000~

The, posted last October
in A. ra Ciourt on behalf of
PAK,. r Bafns, an Al.
B*flight surgean, waa
Wt- the phyician yester-
1l officers club and NCO CLUB
at tle Air Force base had put up
the stum in cash bail to free Dr.
Bares when he was placed un-
der a technical charge of man-
*auhtenr in the Panama court
t a *h'U vA5 ldr1n for

UW Elmo en lor
whpIIa -i Hed an anti-mala-
rial dr 'Ian the Interior bam-
ftt Of WN-fto
.Dr. Sainis described for the
children during a mercy mission.
Exhaustive clinical tests entered
inta)en behalf of the Panama gt-
emient emonerated t dietor
and ladl U p d ad
probably phy d lilWo-
syncrac "autrio age,
race anon U iR eats."
Several oto pa t for whom
Dr. Barnes prescribed the stand-
ard ant-malar drug during the
same ialigutffered a violent
reaction but recovered; while' a
number of those who took the
same niedication suffered no ill
Following the results of the cll-
ial tests, h. aama Dristriot
S rrer Court

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NEW OrJ*S, June 21 (UP)
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B arnrd A i d S eC p o w a o .e
Zet"urof #bebal yeterdyap-
cad w d spread snbot lions Drive Men Mad inri aS bot
Wkr#3tuMondlns Dive m Ma
Panama And the Canal'Zone. 1
The prevailing emotion was one VIENNA, June 21 (UP)- ms- have worked for the U.S. legs.-
of sympathy for the young phsi- trans returning from long fn r- tion in 1M .
clan and ex-bombardier wow ad. 'r sonment in ulssia said today that The name of Johnny Bopkins
iven his time and ener nef. at least six Americand still are has cropped up repeatedly among
k" to aid others and iad exe held in Soviet camp uader con- returned prisoners. He is describ- T II I n e n ell .B y
perenced a "doctor's nightmare." editions which have driven many ed as fair-haired, blue-eyed and
S prisoner mad.about 30 years old. The returnees
The Austrians brought with said he was arrested in Berlin
Rn s A a them from Siberian and other while holding "some kind of 'offi-
Redmond's Appeal slave labor centers names and cial American Job," aIter World R eds i1 V letn,
ri r fl *tfragmnentary descriptions of the War IIa. ta
OfT Driing CaSe 50^^ ^^ B Americans and of eight British The Austrians claimed that Bu-
and many other foreign captives mitaka Koneye, son of the one- SAIGON, June 21 (UP) The Co mmunt d
Set For Friday of the Rusasians. time Japanese Premier Prince MMt t nn d
An American's ap eal of a Rioting, sexual brutality and the Konoye, still is alive in SIb e ria ground today warned Americans to get out of free San
desbsn drive ing-conviction wa fear of sudden death have so per- after 10 years Imprisonment. Yietnam or face terrorist grenade attacks.
fortrialFa ornin in the meated these camps, they said, The returned prisoners said the*
tobal Division of the US. Dise that Insanity has Ilecome common- greatest fear of the men in the The undetrgpund issued its warning in anti-Amer'
tridt Court. p1' Soviet camps and prisons is that can pamphlets headed "U.S. Go Home" which *Ore foun
The defendant is James Red- T names and addresses of the they have been given up for dead. w4 nom Wc we foun
mond, ha admeasurei for the Pa- Americans, as listed by the re- "We were begged to tell fan- in most mailboxes in the European quarter today.
nama Canal Co. turned prisoners, left the identi- lies in the outside world never to Informed sources said Vietnamese security "o"'
~~~namna Canal Co. *^tie of many unclear. But these i give up hope for their lost men, Or ,
He was found gitty of drunken are the men they said they met dhe Austrians said. ean "e Jul 20 woutt fstep up tnrronram ago nst n
driving early i ay in the Cris- and knew or of whom theybleard: canOafter July 20, th first anniversaryof theG. n
MoalUgistrate'sCorAnfieI Jerry Fond, of Oklahoma;' Mur-
M te Court aid MO OV IN OAFORNIA Soviet Por tn Minister VJ ray F ages, of Brodklyn; John ef truce.
inHs. 'TFe, 41 year American chealav M. Molotov (center) and other members of his dele- ny Hepks Moris Vas 2-Time e Thi Tht truce prov;de for talk b in .1
miUMIedlaty v oee nof ap- gatlo arive in Oakland, California, to attend the 10th an- man identified onlyas "Wahls" or Thattruce provided for talks beginning in Ju4
pl. esa rrsente by nyereary com native session o e United Nations Gon- "Walls" an American of ,Swiss MU W rang showdown elections next year to decide
Attorney ND 5,a nfl. -- g Asembly p an Prancl_ origin ramed Otto. Gech i must lww w Wv S w
I South Vietnam is to remain allied with the fneq world i
The returned prisoners also told
retrnSeteceToPe join the Communist north.
of the death of an American nam- o\ To Pos norh
ed Clifford Costa Brown. The Reds have accused the Americans of tr td-
Their description of him bore a Because he aparentl a cn't South Vi
trong resemblance to that of a keep his hands I ae a 19- influence oDuthVi tnmagainstt Gei wea
harles Brown Clifford whbse nIm- year-old Panamanian wil serve
prisonment in Siberia first was re-. a two year sentence in the peni-
0 by returning Austrianns In tentiary.
SkiddUint NY Giants On V erCe p" S i c Jet Fighter Ace's Gerontiion f
The U.S. embassy here said for SL
Sk d i g N Y G a t O9e g1herfl11hwda ii Tiburelo Betkancourt was revokedU lke toiaeRSasoc, :
their f clled aamanudge b F. Crowe or- 7.PUnlikely to.tafe Rap,-ays Alr
merian clled1judy (Mke)dered the youthful defendant toF
O fB con P ni' S ri k nHeiagers, of the No.w Yark'area, ,ethe litentiaryterm. WASIII(iTO& June'21 '(UP)- dLi biedotntp
O f~ p p n mwho was sentenced atS1^ !IM000urt I^w m MAW ball e outW In
whowa itendatP in a g 'ae, wsThe Lwie i dus wu -o .evy *ut ianchuria, area. Th
n wecohtg Panic Strcken sorr ?asas. og n nPessure s.. .&nria
NEW YORK, June 21 (UP)- By CARL, LUNDQUarr In him of a shutout. He has lost iprc o mnov nmcnvce fa 01mivl-pesue'towsgatas a
Ane whens th orlas cadapion' S an Pemple aand a double byho two games and is a lead e. Other returnees averrepo ocableet. He was given awaxiare ce m a at
June-when the world champion Stan Palys In to t he candidate to sucoee center f el[ ewt-esentence then, suspendedHamm 1'icuie Jr., aau the jet t a pWerio of t *ears pro- =ina ace a wail not us wi r*
Wants win a bael game? fthroilnI error by H that e- & Way Mon a the .L's top hewasd ln erl foasing h for a period of three vearste o.eIpWane ee proba r sai to-I w
al!S~~~i..b5STC;ne a, tZ er.S .~o^ ^ Wall Mooas t K^ e "ad; 10 in_1ry, notS- vfio&^ !1"^ a & M|
Maybe panic hasn't set in yet ned the gates for In I yearg eThe edltbah also has l as of Pdnaa vo tn Ca l a.. a eto e
with the adding New Yonrkersfth.Dusty odes ha he t Binrt(f i aIllthreeI aso ar o Panamao.eC anoWsVA.d the w
b#I.ww)9Ighty risky o insout frost with a car, wuke~ed dnji worker -owftw'asar- Zne 3f..'f' ba W
be" in would ler- -h a Lwut MAY thl outh was foun CAY
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aksIt so depmasing for Howevr Cincinnatiadded a finil gled andstewe wooin the foamth errs o dyjto ls onfe
Itheredeighthonsinglesbybd otitda a

tAis ror a d tWed tho l et all OWhway the o second last wasmen in 1950 at a Siberi- .yjfuj

lthe Na- dig to winwoand be reached thsatsock and sped. ancamp. a and Othe amI goa
k s ad 711 fothe second n row, followed with a thro. He
it was thatbo b ludinr th'smrovtreent five de- gained his eighth victory a 4-1 scored on a short fly by Logan NedInsuhos__ns__._wo d
New wo are owts in a rownd you can't con- seven-hitter ovea the Pkiiies. In crashing into catcher Toby Atwei A second spoSManaid h Anlgedl Sgera
got know .eVince-even an old crap shooting the only other major league game and touChing off a major aroarw o- thefh41. ma -rg-, ,rsed
af mra t threaltexpet*a ie Du her that there' s cheduled, lean Gonm Conley of ment r rgwhr ent Atwelldroppedtile, *a's.Upid e pronalewO itdwo e eryoucirrOt" A iFo ieany bt. .o
nm.ew te ear anything lucky about that kind of the Braves bested Vernon Law of bail. But he caused Con ey to miss cBUENOS AIRES, Junooee 21 (UP)5 ee aa to
d oi Nd aoan ldar a natural pC. tile Pirate., 2-1,in a duel in which Mthe f first shutout of the yearbyaa n p l o i a te mh ea
ron aoe deitn Ciac, o" ast night, e himurgentCincinnati both teams made only four hits. Milwaukee pitcherd when Sae nm ja DIiy nw Th othaee n Aere icn n ao hei rcod the pnointss ou t tht soMeaahuayaua

fohttwh e In PI tovrsgInon an err2orbya tin Long and Atwell singled In ti n tin te eoe uprising against Pres m i rcesbeen. wxu qoemey "ilt ad o e
Thei. lro dsal thoa (, 4 B bo lttput overf ourhThree-of the four Cardinal runsa p seventh and Bruton threw the ball orn le ien n ta t tr

o t ronofh eorrtr a cx M h.h(ed-0 ertw as Fb g amtd ta the su rpany said nerb he uesssans or two was established at midnight-Ja DOBPr

b. C = -. (#6,- ( Ae m IBe A dm ittedb toA 'Call O ff A rm s asr s s.
S.n wa wfd n adWhS Mulphur 7 m ater R 8a oBed Cn over Korea. Whte trying to hdly was not cenfarme by fQucr. w ed
'The be g mach be- Sprias t$on 1 4 79 s70o74e2i2. | unarle d ,ota Berna ltdino Frano w Barned Wg t Orange, N F do NIOt ,ti ne2 hP.1 pl ane t 1ke hothe hU edidt he went off course morrow's buril1r are ls *o
II144 2 Towiny Flt., Cfrattanooga (mpe1eS- ($all80),i74nthefor. N. J. i180). 7ctav76-311. so be e st oit betoa yts -- -- -- ivolves clothes thefts.
ta teidround 5 1 featued game of the year after eight pre- grounder by Bill Sai with. R I YESTERDAY'S STAR -Luis A-- brega sad day e id today fe dr|y piPressurc on him."

nd en bth xr netu (re 70, S7i-2d.f admitting Spin to the U-Grham M. Tune4 ,of d ,new not know any details, hul

.0 sstg foul tactics. Hartsvien which he was slas- hoendest 6n baseenBoer the Cardinal candidate rared the chief industrial engineer of the

b tved b ow br e amd aftel r ex0 ($iun, 1i 7 -s I2,**. rror** *B United States to lead is way to- i r WA roll0
JSatno by Pid itdoomioD followed with "rookie of the yearhonwho uut Latin America." Kaiser a when "petombbll andy Alberto Gonrale o id de a K-o Road o atrher
mede.There were sloe by Gus Bel( 7-- for three rs.e sed his eighth win, a 4 seven Fabregaan will make an official Argentina, Was the only Ame- wal are coniesion.thesceneoaotr
en ive minutes Of rest before JaMEMillan, an Arroyo also was unearneddepriv-itter over the Phil.&rto the U.N'steni place the lash of the batknown to have be oneo ers, Lt. nce yesterday. Two mead W.
eversary session iu Y ) incorporating kili He offerevld hit new "ueprit Th huskyaeu., was quot hauled into the Baln B ia
In tie other boGts. 10eae IpointeSouchak urm () of govnment'or peace" in an erd, of theKaiser ome grocene a n'he Tivn Co- he's Courn.s one o Sm

Prstt, a oth xth Frank Sran Toledo ($22- ri Bevan outspoken opponent of It he United Nations at idea- tied the thfs notified a Zbupoll the peace by s with
funds for thie corucuOfn.13.0 open Golf,- Cha nshIUUIiUp Final PladiEs tifi p bodylast nightIn otauat i ed LRAM as o

Sa --- Ame foreign pol, t t Memorial Opera House hre. iceman who ed on searching s.
Te; r was oriinalY set for Previously unknown Jack Fleck Leland Gibson, K s C It yi Chick Harbrt, stage today for another bats e or In the Aodiece were top-level Gonzales' pock ousid the com TWO weeks ago K-10 adfig

J sp1bt dwciaa wer oauata th DuaS28f 75-a7.a72a O-(e-2,(. I control between left and rao ft representative" of nearly evher missary. Although the defendant s ed prominen.yl a pre lhum n
Jnows t p31. wrin Staedu and .Sutndatfoutiae 77 b H-43. .( Fur0 L, mebor party's nationathcon- major power on the globto include denied he had anything in his and attempted rape *aceUrg
Alh t as. d playoff for .the national e n M awU. Freddie ias, Claremont#C. vention this fall ing Russian foreign miCater V.M. pocket, the cop retrieved a can Ca n 3e did

O Armstrong, Mein to.r a) "*a-t the-OlympicClb$) P)rty -ser aid l emen eoft Molotov. oa condensed mrlk and a box of ald to000ine t yafte
roui'e to eart a c iannsmohs, di- Ge Lt Pnpri Nn gt s w -be wi accept nomination The President called on the Eagt rice- 0. Heltos.tli twg ss
jacis o n. (r WVest) re I Sa ranisca. JerryKesujirbg, Toronto ($ ) ak'rark, IIIll( ) W treasurer, the post held and Wed t to stis their guns and me two ems wr worth sao an narsO pantso from
turned, to N-ew Ora last P The P*lacf: rwas madeenec(ssA- 79-7-8-05bersp Increed as much isP- Tune's death appeared to havppr enta, tGe slpoes wartdic iner..oe5
day. Joe Brown is still at' hotel y whtiii sadFlockwound Dow H. P wu,. Madeira, ..Marvin(Bud) Ward, San Mateof with the exception of states been.caused sby bomb r t sine t aS.rhe rtoiche .he a F. d

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*up dea F Tith W7 scores aft-0. ($in), $7=08y 75-7-80 -77.dicna-dth thhewasheld & ^ R pot l wa estima be
or 72 holes of play Saturday. hduoWet Ndiso bt ians
all-Thelscores: ($x,0- Mich.g-ab admtwhic tea Kaisatthesuer born- temrk ssbeoa thateheewas whe 0 t

Mletxe petss ( ship t th$Lb6 '__y_" the__ Union to eterini__ membe__ ___a__aper i
ty itgr Ben Hogan, Fort Worth ( $6,000, tegapa comtented. sb to stay way from their r by hRusians tw abnie at yg -
Js a.g e)7R141101,-g. R Ie ject, when pit comes tup will b ee a hitctab as the o l

.onIlseo ltes#t7 Lk.7 N.-. ($6,4 75--- ($1) (.sAnZell-Z"s Pomosapla (L O W aViet bloc pressing oinaRacmess toshot outd uring engagementied
match bei- iads ht$1 iplu9-690, e- West O ,We do not think Red Ch1ba "-

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Th Meiil See is a open forum to te.ed es of The Panama Amdeerm.
Sht sro.-a eivemad opte:I e nd ae hoadn d ia ie who*ei p *lidenMal
it you cetIbut a ISaletterA dt be impeidnt i it desat aoppog e the
atDA *ey Lettm eta e published in the ordp received.
Please utri t keep the letters limited to.ane pg length.
Identity of leter writers is hold inu sitest ontfidenscs.
This newspope a. .wmes no responsibility or statements ias o pl ns
e4 essd in lettes f fm readers.
BILLET DOUX begin b attacking ( his mentality
Disgusted American: I and end up by slandering his ima-
l wondera woyo u gained education, hia childhood
Shwonder just who you thin yu rearing and his perme nal life and
are that you have either the abi-habits.
liqy-or the right to pass dge- It takes real ,'Mn experi-
ment on any human be i in or f as sre f.e p I e ,
whom you have no knowledge pndesnCe r e ah sr a eovn o
hve never seen? In your lett icure hcal od ak AV Y pE HIOWI W-Condiactor Arthur o.
"Frustrated .Sevicemen," WhichP trd b l up Boston Pp orchestra goes Davy Crockett to amuse his audience
a eared last'riday, June 17, yoU beer a aa expe at Boston' s Symphony Hall. Suitably qqulpped with a coopskin
S_ rieneeo-e y-oyUl I tis cap and toy shooting am," Fiedler q shown directing with Nuto
Ig iluided characters, of whom we' a symphonic arrangement of 'The Ballad of Davy 'Crockett."
1. R- ATN I, .have otomany, who have the ideal .
1 EN T ALRIA that all service personnel a r e another head of steam and staratsign English and Spanish on. the
booze hounds? : .spouting off at me In the wame wall at eye level In the bathroom
STODAY- 0.75 -- 0.40 1 I believe both of you are citit- manner as you did to "Frustrated of every home, and the was h.
LAST SHOWING! zens of the same country get ,Serviceman" let me tell you a rooms of every public building.
paid by the same government couple of tther-things." The term "shelter" should not
Als I and are located in the same im- If your letter is a true picture be ed in this brief informative
mAlso: mediate vicinity but'I-1 notice that of yourself I'll be willing to niatech sign unless there is actually a
W Short in CinemaScope: he did not gripe or -complain a- my age, my mentality, my educt- ,place In the building that can ro-
*Ibout havin to pay Income taxes. tioo and my common aefse a- perly be called a shelter. Other-
"CONEY ISLAND In your letter you did a lot of against yoirs any day. I am also wise the use of the term would
IH4LIDAY" raving and ranting and beating a- an Amerlean citizen but when I mildead the public.
bout the bush and went to great read such babbling as yours I am A few more words should be
Lengths to explain how you could too ashamed to brag about it, added to this sign, simple words
buy things so much cheaper in Les Noise to instruct the most ignorant, or
the U.S.A., live where you #lease, addlepated, or excitable person
move from. place to place, etc. WASHROOM SIGNS WOULD what he or she should do ,if we
-but there are a few items you for- RHELP. CIVIL DEFENSE, do have a raid.
got tonmention such as cheap Sir: .What these words shouildbe
quarters down here, no utility bills Why not tie this eivil defense would take some careful study.
.. to speak of, use of government ve- business down to a rock bottom -Prankly I don't' know What I
hicles for personal errands, much program to keep every man, worn- should do in an attack except take
bused overtime and free vaca an and responsible teenager in.I cover. If I don't know, there must
........ ......... tions to the-tates every eighteen formed 365 days in the year of be many others.
..... : months with a big claim for per the few major steps he'd betterI The sign I suggest should not
... die Ppa mi UIpplous expenses take if, he hears a take-cover-sig-be more than a few sentences. But
,I. iiupoit ,% t rei nal? it should stress th6 four or five
You also forgot to anslAer the Why not print up thousands of steps the Civil Defense Council
simple question asked br "Frus- small neat signs reading: considers of prime importance.
rated Serviceman" so Ill ask it IN CASE OF MILITARY AT- Training of Civil Defense Work-
myself. If it is so wonderful in TACK THE SAFEST PLACE IN ers is a fine thing, but it's no
New York and so terrible down THIS BUILDING IS ;Isubstitute for a populace t h a t
here why don't you pack up and Let the government authorities knows how to behave. I
g6 back because there are ships in the. Canal Zone and in PanamaI And let's have louder sirens, ex-
and planes.leaving every, week? !determine the safest spot in each peially in Panama.
Niw, Pop, before you get up building. Then let them glue this. -H Ws. e-Worried



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ad medi- attOWd the ineetiges Blled by a.
Lister Hill of. Alabatha. Some
them wanted to delay his b
and some providing free vaccine to all chil-
skirting dren under 20.

Ir h .aeae makes
lou dJ iy, hae paPlni around
heart bwadachea, abort breath. In-
di.tlon pelpitation- and swollen
aoi you can ft aelmoet Instant "daggrous symp-
toms with UWNOX. Ask your
ehemlnt or HTYNOX today and feel
yearb yuonker i a few dGays.
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Finally when this column called
at to tthe consisteant absences
of Alpander, Smith, N.J.; Gold-
water, Al.; Bender, Ohio; and
A tColo., attedance picked up
M C 'ia H Was able to get
a qupmaraW.
Ianer committee debate since
then has revolved around the ques-
tion of whether vaccine shall be
provided for all children under 20,
a Uged by the Democrats, or
e tW.a pepdy childrenn under 20
as urged by the epie licans. The
latter is the Elsemorer plan and
would provide for S'2 per cent of
the children.
The difference in this appropria-
tion to save lives is only about
$95,000,000, which is pin money
compared to the way military bil-
lions for taking lives are thrown
around the caDital. But the differ-

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Walter McDonald cf. Georgia's
Public Health Srviee C~mmis.
sicn Is blind, but 'he I=ys he
can "sen'e" b:tuty by kiussin
lovely Betty Eve Hopton. Miss
AmericannTrucki.: of 1955. Mc-
Donald was one of five judges
who selected Belty in a contest
at Atlanta.

Rev. Henry Blake

NO DUMMY SHE-ThIs window "mannequidn" In a San Frab*
cisco store window had scads of pedestrians doing a lojble-taka.
They'd look at the. "dummy" for several minutes, admiring its
lifelike appearance. Shep the "dummy" would move. Ti bath-.
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AND STILL THEY COME-Twrw no absortage of01 real. surenu Davy Crockettsi as the ing suit moaei na actu7ay Crole N icwuna. a mn uiA n
pictures show. The Davy Crockett at left is the son of Mr and Mrs. Elliott Eugene Crockett, of Ordained Pr st San Francisco contest.She got a big kick out o relipl wit
Three Oaks, Mich. The Crockett legend was no news to five-year-old Davy and his family. H s complete inuiobility and then suddenly coming to "te." eXCLw
grandfather, an Arkansas farmer who formerly lived in Tennessee, also bears the famous name, as Episcopal Bishop R. Heber Goo- SIVE NIA PHOTO.
original b'ar grinner-downer and Inju fighter. The buckskinless Davy Crockett at right, sporting Blake to the priesthood at Christ .
coonskin cap, gold-plated safety pins end black cowboy boots, is the 15-months-old son of 3Mr. nd Church by-the-Sea, Colon, I a st were alao four deacons Revs. Cla- the sermon at 7:30 tomorrow e
Mrs. Edgar Crockett, of Xnsley, Kans. He was named before the nation became Crocketi-cray. Saturday morning. Irence, A. Cragwell, Fitz. R At. t g- at another Lthseires
Save book report onthelifofDavy Crockett in 1949 hen I was a sophomore in school" An appropriate a e r m o n was well, Jesse K. Renew and Roger Services commemoatngLthe 1
hi..oh expla was engaged to Ed at the time and I said that If we ever had a boy, I'd name reached by Panama Archdeacon M. Greene. anniversary of the Cnsecraon
him Davy Crockett They did anytime and I sad she did. f B. Shirley after the sing-I The Rev. Blake will assume the Christ Church. ,
him Davy Crockett. They did and she did. ing of the opening hymn. The can- duties of rector of Christ Church
didate was presented for ordiha- for three months while Archdea-
ence is not the money but those Reynolds, one of the few who have hat deals which might not have tion by Colon Archdeacon Mainert con Peterson is on leave in the L.M
two words "socialized medicine" s"ood up to Pegler Ex-Sen. occurred had McCarthy been more J. Peterson. Also participating in United States for three months. aI n.
uttered by Mrs. Hobby when she John Sherman Cooper of Ken- alert. the ceremonies were the Rev. Cla- A Jamaican by birth, the new
opposed vaccine for all children tucky, now ambassador to India, Senator McClellan has leaned rence W. Hayes, priest in-charge priest of the Episcopal Church is Don'thconwatN,
under 20. urged Ike to have a long and cor- over backward to be fair, has of St. Christopher's Church, Rio I married to the former Miss Nel- abrethcor e so .badt a Xr
WASHINGTON PIPELINE i dial session with Krishna Menon, urled no political charges at Sec- Abajo, the Very Rev. M. Richard lie Cox. He is scheduled t preach day from Brone1iiso ,Asthma witbo
There's at least one friend of the Indian diplomat who has not retary of Defense Wilson or the MacDonald, of St. Luke's Cathe- _trying_ Mentese. s arMet inter
There's at least one friend o always been friendly to the USA. White House for not detecting this dral, Ancon; the Rev. Milton A. 'ednieno, recently' o $ptb
Dean Acheson whom the Eisen- sandwiched him in between graft. His impartiality, however, Cookson, pastor of the Church of U I V sentfic AmerHtroush the ian th.
shower administration hasn't fired meeting of GOP congressional has been met with gibes from the Our Saviour, Cristobal; The Rev. n61 li M lungs and bronebhal tubes. That
from a key Job--his son-in-law, leaders and a courtesy-curiosity McCarthyites. David A Osborne of St. Alban,'s | E Mfdac wor oftt ousth
William P. Bundy. Bundy is an call by winners of Amvet scholar McClellan took the gibes in an- Mission, Paraiso; the Ven. Ed- pDon' suffer from painful, itching move thick a ucuso
expt on the National Security ships but promised to talk with gry silence until McCarthy's pal, ward J. Cooper, rector emeritus Chri rd pon applicati hitrol fee 0
Council which holds super-secret hiward J. Cooper rector eme sChnarod. Upon application Chnrol
Council which holds sper-secret m again later.i South Dakota's Sen. Karl Mundt.of Christ Church, and the R ev. starts curbing Pile miseries 3 w-a.: I l oop.8 .Syou96. 9W i
meetings on the highen militaryevel po Mcarthy Committee Revmped came out in the open with a taunt- John Spear, est-in-charge of St. pain and itchng. 2. els shrink t M.
icy to Ike. Acheson' son-inlaw, rk as'ternSen r e McClell reark Peter's, La Boca. In attendance heal Irritated membranes la Plw
however, continues to sit in its se- .an1. who took the Sen It happened while McClellan was chlnuroid to&y. "ko ir tm taw. gafrw
cret councils. Reason: he's not vestigating Committee from Sena- admonishing Chicago cap-maker neck. He turned to Mundt and toldtoday.
onl at able man, bUt his father, tor McCarthy, has been doing Harry Lev on the witness stand. him fiercely:
a Republican, was .assistant se some of the tkinga that McCarthy "You be patient now and listen Let me say to you he has not
retry of state Stimson.. was supposed to do but didn't, to my questions so you know just been kidding the chair. The chair E
The U.S. Court t eals has probe graft in government. what is being asked of you," Mc- has been trying W conduct this
af.ffned the 1e judg_- Thi was why the committee Clellan warned the reluctant wit- hearing with famess to all. You
ment against We ok Pegler. na organized by Har- ness. "And understand aI, trying withdraw that remark that he has
The money now goes to Quetin Trman, though McCarthy used to be fair to you. We're01ot having been kidding the chair!"
Slim ,--" -"a s Awa it largely for Communist head- any badgering of the witnesses Under McClellan's withering
* Slim F t Away lne-hunting. The Internal Secu. here." blast, roly-poly Mundt hastily re- -1 W l
It fat ruins your figure or makes rity Committee incidentally, is the "Mr. Lev Mundt Interrupted treated.
you short of breath adid endaners body supposed to track down in a sarcastic voice, "you've been "All right," he said meekly.
youra health. you win ad it w GRAY kidding the chairman but want Then revised his remark. "You
n Holdwaod n t y e-LI n therefore bas got the y Stand you're st kid- are not going to kid me or kid the dWPlra etoinwg L back on the traek of s wi l tired ofv&i- ;:c-' -haira n.'
chermist fborFORu I And digging into graft, and has come cu in~e out of tB i ing." Copyright,
simming tommon w.. n up with the making Army.Navy ager surged uw McClellan's

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BACK IN THE SWING-Brooklyn's Roy Campanella, who had
a bad year in 1954 with hand ailments, is back in the swing
this year and his potent bat is helping the Bums to continue
their league lead. Here is Roy getting home run handshake.


HANK HALTS IT-A home run ball turns out to be just an out as .anaK lauer or tne YanKs
leaps high to spear drive by Bobby Young of Baltimore Orioles in Yankee stadium game.
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Johnny Adams was recording his 3,000th winner of a long career in racing.
SKEET OUEENS-Among the top skeet shooters in the coun-
try, these ladies watch Carola Mandel of Chicago, captain of
, the 19541 Ladies All-American skeet team, set her sights be-
S- fore a recent skeet event at Evanston. From left are Betty
Ragland, Dallas. Tex.: Mary Loestein. Chicago; Lee Mabie,
Evanston and Olita Alford. Shoot was midwest skeet event. .. -w.
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