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JUL 30 1356
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?Let the people knote the trmlh end the country is ettfe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, B. P.. SATURDAY; JULY X8, 1958
A LUXURY LINER GOES DOWN
- a (nea leieDnoto irom u.a. coast uuaru
... v.rnr. jaav. innc t.hft Andn Dorla wallows un to her funnel In the calm
j dUliiu J uau wtt'1') uvv ot
4 ea oil aniucsei Aiass.- ; -" a
Defense Objects To Queries
n PonCona P7os Su;f V
-' .' "' ; (NBA Telephoto from VS. Coast Guard)
i GOING On her way to the bottom,, the Andrea Doria churns the sea as shsheads down
'A bow first. 1 s - " i '--..' .. '1
(NBA Telephoto fronvTJ.S, Coast Guard)
GONE CircUnK plan catches stern deck (left)-of Andrea Doria, then hfr propellersa
sea claim the broken ship, ,. 1 1". ' '
. j I -r.t-Ar
-.' In Sinking Of 'Andrea Doria
NEW. YORK,, July 2& (UP)
rear mounted today that the
coll in the midnight collision of
two mighty hlps would rise to
49 dead with the majority of
' those carried to their graves
when the Hner Andrea Doria
slipped beneath the waves In
, us feet of water.
Repeated checks of the known
survivors against the passenger
, lists of the Andrea Doria and
the Stockholm showed 37 unac unac-'
' unac-' counted for early today. Anotn Anotn-,
, Anotn-, 'er 12 were known dead,;
Capt. Piero Calamal of the
Italian liner insisted he would
tell investigating panels that
'only three persons were killed
,hpn the Swedish shin Stock
holm rammed into his starboard
bow through staterooms, cargo
. holds and oil tanks.
The VS. Coast- Guard, how however,
ever, however, said: "We feel that more
than three persons went down
' with the ship." ;;.;;
Shocked survivors of the An Andrea
drea Andrea Dora said it wag -very
possible some passengers were
trar I In the twisted wreck-
(he once-mighty imrr.
oucht it was possible
t so ne passengers were
(a reach lifeboats and
those feared carried to
. on ts sunken ital
V. "i s f
Thienot is c;rcul:liuu'- u.. i'
of the San Francisco Chronicle.
His son peter, who was saved
from the sinking ship, waited in
a New York hotel with friends,
hoping for word pf his missing
The scene on the dock when
, the Stockholm reached New
York with the last survivors was
one of such confusion that it
was possible some of the rescued
never checked In with authori authorities.
ties. authorities. .'
The mystery of, tne missing
was in addition to the ,. great
mystery of how two cean liners
with modern safety devices
could smash together, particu particularly
larly particularly when the skipper of the
Stockholm repouea nis raoar
was In tip-ton shape when he
sailed from New York. ''
Was it "human error?" were
the lookouts posted and the fog
horns sounding? could freak at atmospheric
mospheric atmospheric b 1 a c k o u t both
ships' radar? :';:;-;
r Capt.; Gunnar Ifordenson
brought his Stockholm, lis
bow ihreddrd and steel plates
ripped back like a sardine can,
into New York at mid-day. He
was besieged by newsmen ask-N
lng how the accident happen happened
ed happened and why there bad been no
Nordenson would say only
that his radar equipment was in
"tip-top shape'; when the Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm sailed from New York and
also Immediately after the acci accident.
dent. accident. On advice of a Swedish
Lines attorney, he refused to say
whether the radar was working
just before the collision or to
answer any otner questions a- i
bout the exuse of the accident.,
The known dead were:
During day-long testimony In
U.8. District Court yesterday,
Panama Canal personnel direc director
tor director Edward A. Doolan was ask asked
ed asked to report -"rith some specifi
city" on many criteria consider considered
ed considered by the Ctnal n determining
the salaries of pilots.! ;
The word was used by asso
ciate defensev counsel Dwight A.
McKabney durinir one of his
many objections to questions put
to Doolan by the pilots' attorney
William Tyson during the trial
of the Canal pilots' $2,000,000
suit against the Panama Canal
Co. ... : i ' L'' s f" ;
Panama" Canal lawyer David
Markun and McKabney objected
particularly to questions put to
Doolan on the details of the op
eration of ships, such as the
method used to spot and correct
an error in a magnetic compass.
One of Tyson's questions be
came so long and Involved that
judge Guthrie P. Crowe called a
recess. .--n ,::'"- v5 v:
Tyson said he wanted to be
sure Doolan had no chance
for consultat'on while eff the
witness stand. When Court re reconvened
convened reconvened Doolan stated be
had spoken with no one bnt
the clerk of the court and the
The court reporter was' then
asked to read the long question
which related to a 1951 report
made by the Canal, The report
was the basis lor determining
the nay of pilots.
Doolan conceded to Tyson
that Canal pilots are responsl
ble for the f safety of property
I worth millions of dollars,, every
the waterway (an average value
of $8,000,000 per ship was men
tioned); mat puots nave to
make instantaneous decisions;
that if the decision Is wrong It
may cost- the company, huge
sums in damages; that they
take different ships through
daily; and that they are faced
with unfamiliar crews, many of
which are not English-speaking.
Doolan stated that in making
its study the Canal was aware
of all these factors. - 1
With regard to the language
difficulty, he stated that If a pi
lot is dissatisfied wtlh any of
tne conditions ne races in hand handling
ling handling a' ship, he can refuse to take
the ship through until such con
ditions are corrected.
He added that sometimes aid
was provided If a language bar
rier was oDservea, and tnat in
its discretion the Canal Compa
AMONG THE RESCUED.
Wearing men's pants that she
borrowed when the back of
her dress ripped while sliding
down the deck of the 'listing
Andrea Dorla, actress Ruth
Roman rests on a deck chair
of the liner lie de France on.
. r its arrival in New York s (
::rv.-- :-.'v4,.1- .?
dent of the disaster was the
escape of Linda Morgan, 14,
C'.anfana, Madrid stepdaughter of ( ianfarra and
.t for the New York ; tighter of Fd'iard P. Mor-
F.! Tines. i ; news r
! V-.n .u.'ana, 8, his daujh-' A.. .
Mrs. 'waiter Carlln, New York. I f Linda -was asleep when the
Alf Johannsen, Stockholm ice-crusher prow of the Stock Stock-crew
crew Stock-crew member." (holm knifed through the Do Do-Ells
Ells Do-Ells Osterbergf Stockh o 1 m : rla's hull into her cabin. She was
ny puts some extra crewmen a-
Doara certain vessels.'
Tyson attempted ; t draw
from Doolan ah 1 admission
that various factors were not
taken Into consideration In the
study, but was unable to ei-tabl-'sh
this. Doolan stated:
- "In attempting lb secure
these facts, we were well in
formed, so that when we went
to the pilots associations In the
tatcg (lor lniormation) we iook
into consideration those ele
ments both in the job descrip
tion and actual dtuies which
our marine experts and super
visors felt most nearly compara
ble to th responsibilities and
conditions of tates pilots.
Tnereiore in ef rect we had
to consider the total resoonsi
bllltles of our Panama Canal pi
lots at tne time we made this
study. ' ., 'y f'::-fi J.-,
Th'e study itself was in at
tempt to secure basic rates prl
marily as a corrolary (to deter
mine) practices In the maritime
industry that could be applied to
our peopie nere." ,5
' A8 the long afternoon wore
on. Judge Crowe left his chair
and walked about on the bench.
The court stenographer, Mrs,
Lenore B. Klelhof er, who has
had almost no help during three
wccks 01 tesumony ana argu
ments m the pilots sw, was
showing the effects of her long
maratnon. '.. -." .-.
- Jude Crowe remarked ? that
there was so much "extreneous
material" getting Into the case
that more time was being spent
'"1 nlrxr phfm ft f an c
i iiuti 01 the suit.
Finally, around 3:30. he re
cessed the case until Monday
morning. At that time, "the cross
examination of Doolan will con continue.
tinue. continue. -l
To Cc! on Chalet
Former Argentine dictator
Juan D. Peron returned to
Panama by air. today from
Aecompan'ed by his chauffeur-bodyguard
te, be drove straight from To-'
cumen to Colon, where be lives
In a rented chalet.
Peron left for Managua,
supposedly on his owa Initia
tive, shortly before the Amer. j
lean chiefs f state, including
Argentine's President Pedre E.
Aramburu, began arriving lor
last weekend's meeting' here.
. In Managua, Peron lived as
a guest la President Anastasio
Somaia's presidential palace.
Durinr the conference here,
Somoxa : declared himself a
friend ef ( both Peron and
President Rlcardo Arias said
at that fine that peron was
free to return to Panama
"whenever he likes." ,.-.
During Peron's stay in Man Managua,
agua, Managua, there were rumors that
he was try. ng to go on te El
Salvador, or Mexico, and that
he had sought permission to
live .in Venetuela and engage
In business there.
A Venesuelan spokesman
with President Marcos Peres
Jlmenei denied the latter ru rumor
mor rumor when ; the VeoesuelaiL
leadef was rlere last weekend.
Britain Ties Up
Of Envril's Fiihrlc
4 PcSish PHots: i
Fly To Frc:d;q
LONDON. July 28 (UP) Britain tied ud more than
$300,000,000 in Egyptian funds today and, along with
france ana the united Mates, scheduled an, emergency
meeting Monday to determine joint action against Eayot'i
seizure of the Suex Canal. Z
The meetingwill be held in London, and French
sources said U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Has
been urged to attend. ', Z:
;The action by Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden's aov-,
ernm.ent blocked both Egypt's sterling balances and fhf
assets of the British-French owned nationalized' Suez
Canal Company. '
The action had an effect similar to that taken .by
France' last night. The government instructed French
banks to ignore the Egyptian' order to freeze the Canal
Egyptian President Carnal Abdel der such headlines is "Now Egypt
Friscncr To Vcst
Naisner announced nationalization
of. ty, Sues Canal Company Thurs
, He said Income, from the com
pany ; would be used to finance
btiiMWn flf ,thr $13 W!ltnn high
r. t ,...uncei
both li.f .wu.n.'U States and Britain
1 rTci V ' 'for withdrawing their offer to help
YWVuly 2?, ?Vr 'Ifmance- ,the-'p?ojectv.; ;v.., T
Polish air force pilots flew ov ,Net tomh from the icanal link
the lron4 Curtain to .freedom njbetween Europe ,ind Asia,usuaUy
the West in two planes within
hours of each other today.
Two Poles landed their single-
engineer training plane in a
meadow hear Krems, 40 "' miles
northwest of Vienna, shortly af-
ter 'a.m.'' -j -?,..'
The -two others crashlanded
their twin-engined Soviet plane
in a woods near the town of
I Klrchbera Am Wechsel, 50 mile?
New student from Ih. .TTnit,11?0 -of Vienna, several hours
M9IM urhA n an ta amwaTI t.1K I w v
One of the occupants of the
second plane was injured siignt
ly police said. f
HONG KONG, July 28 (UP)
wvuwii Oliiu SI.UUCII19 It v
ins Cristobal High School last year
who are transferring to Balboa I
are being ssked to call at the of office
fice office of the Principal of Balboa
High School begining next Wed
nesdey to complete their enroll enroll-monts.
monts. enroll-monts. ., .. -
Students .who were registered
at Balboa High School before
school closed and who now. desire
to change their schedules shouM Diablo grade crossing will
present written authorization from clnc.Nt u. ii uttnmntivi tr.ffic
their parents any time between Au beginning Monday morning to per-
gust 1 and 15.. .. -f j, : t ,mit the resurfacing M a section
u around $44 minion annually
' Nasser, on : a triumphal return
trip1 to Cairo from Alexandria to to-dsy,
dsy, to-dsy, Iwarned, the .Western powers
that, any attempt to interfere with
his seizure of the Canal would be
on "their own respoflsibility." n
He brushed add French pro protests
tests protests by saying he Was not re
ply'ns te "French Impudence"
but would leave It to the Alger
Uns. te' f'teach rhtm a moral
Nasser's sction touched Off ur.
disguised sympathy for Egypt in
principal Soviet newspapers whici
(Sevcted up to 25 per cent i meir
newsprint to the story today un-
Dsrn Acling Chi?!
yOl Zcna Policemen I
At (irSiHlh leaVer
c. a r , "- 'Unit the restirfacingf a section."" gas Hospital for first aid. ThenV ai
Students whose registrations are of GaUlard, Highway and the grade" rDurihg the1 absence on leave Of precautionary measure he wis
complete need not report until crowing by Maintenance Divisioa Maj. It, W. Griffith, .chief of the.. t0 Saiitoemas iSpltal fo?
is Master of Suez"
of Arab Countries Welcome Egypt's
In Iran, government circles'
uggttted that failure f the
Cn could mn- the btgirtning
cf downfall. They -.
td bi, action to former prtnm-r
Mohammed Mossadegh's nation
lit tion ef Iranian ell. Mono,
dogh finally was jailed for his
efforts. ';.,, ..v 'if,.
Whether or hot Dulles personally
can attend v Monday's meeting, 1
French sources said an American'
representative, would be present
when British foreign secretary
Selwyn Lloyd and French foreign
minister Christian Pineau begin
their conferences." 1
Into Path Of Car
An 8 yesr-old boy, who darthed
from behind a bus on 4th July
Avenue and .ran into the left front
fender of a passing automobile,
suffered nothing more than abrai abrai-sions
sions abrai-sions of the right knee and a good
slaking up.'-- v r .-,
Eduardo-Comez, 8, Panamanian,
a resident of B Street in th Thn.
rrillo area, was taken first to Gor
.Cabal Zone Police Division. Capt.
. V n t . . .
iviicm A-nays. fie was. later- G1S
a m. On th nnnintf tav nf flfthnJ
f ....... n w BW.WV. 111. I I ...I.I UIUD UULt l.TW.VU.
Friday morning. Sept, 7. ; J The crossing '"will" be reopened B. A. Darden has been designated, chareed
Hegistration of new and trans I in irttn .n n.oiKu Mino.i.Wwl n . t . i
t.w" u "u.'..ri lu -:T t rw.AK.i ti. j..'. V,:rr"Vri.- neiermmea i
iiio Diuisii Buujt-ci nem pna:. '. uie aepnqmg upon weamer con- vpi. uu mar tne accident-was caused, bv
oner by Communist, China has re- School and Balboa Junior Highditiens aetung the progress of as acting district : -polled Command- actibns of a careless : nedestrlan
turned h the West, it was disclos
ed yesterday. v
ierin Balboa while' Sgt Harvey,. n .ZZmZrZZ
losed,' the Rhyne has moved temporarily in- the driver .of the car, who was
.sing witt hv Wall's post as senior detective, Thomas M. Herring, 28, American,
;tic. This officer of the Ba!boa police district rjiab0 Heights t
scnqii wui pegin on Monday, Aug. the work
. "While the crossing is closed.
ajM.HHMMHaM'new Walker Avenue cross
Oflicials said Charles Archer, a I ..... t I he opened in Iwn-wav tra
Hong Kong-born Britisher, arrived I v- .--..Till f I is the ne rrossing at the exten-. During the absence on-leave of
at uie Dorder Saturday and was j V r ' ' iV'"' I ion of v t Avenue in Diablo sgt. Hiram werau, agt. u. wain;
taken to a hospital for a checkup I ; a- I Hti?hts vis;, h gives access to AJ will be- acting-commander of the'
He had been sentenced to life I Jf'rI'vVc RAfirll -' I' or -Air force Base. iGamboa potter itisuoa,
in prison on a murder charge I '""j Uvllwll I
by (he Chinese Nationalist c" I - II' !": s ,i "''-'"' '"
in bhanghai in 1947. Vt sr j i i m F ht
Paul watress,Manasquari, N.2T.
who died after a heart attack
following his rescue and trans transfer
fer transfer to the Stockholm. ; ;
An unidentified man. ;
The most astounding Inci-
thrown from her bed v in the
Italian liner to the deck of the
Swedish liner virtually unhurt.
She was reported killed, rescuers
assuming her body was smashed
.in the wreckage. Vr
But yesterday whenv the
Stockholm arrived, Linda was
carried ashore and taken to. a
hospital; Morgan beard of the
miracle and rushed to her side.
nrse- prisoner'" he n t'
took -over., Lie. main l a nd ia 1S13.
Archer was convicted of ;mur
dermg a Chinese black marke
gold Dar dealer in, August, 1947
b. S. Army Cpi.. Thomas A. Mai
loy. of Chicaso. was sentenced
to life by a U. S. military court
for the same charge
RESCIE AT SEA
A lifeboat carries turvivors awav from the
sinking Andrea Doria.
Vith New Crew
MUNICH, Germany, July 28 :
The girl's mother, jane Cianfar-jmandered two weekj m by MV
rfl Unroar o former u .' o tt : r
-"p - t; ien nunxanan reiuEees irom com
survived and was in cr con-1 mUnism returned to Red Hungsry
aitiumu Biwuict new j iiu-;today witn a new crew at the con
piuu. , : trols.
On s char o r.f r"' '"s driving,
Loiliuo CroKbie, 'ai, i anamanian.
was fined ?20 in Balboa.41agistra-'-,
it buuu jrswrunji, iiio ouense
occurred on Tivoli Avenue. -He
paid an additional fine of $10
for having no operator's license.
Bolivar Ricaurte, 31, Panamani
an, was fined is lor a stop-sign
violation and another $5 for speed
ing 35 m p.n. in a 20-mile sone.
Isidro Bermudez, 46, Colombian,
was fined $5 for a license violation.
He was operating a ton-and-a-half
truck though he held a license for
trucks not over one ton. n v : :
John Powell, 46, American, was
fined $15 for failure to observe his
FGj c:ys l!:v; Retircmepteasure
$100, As Usual
Damage done to the plane in
the mid-air battle that preceded
its seizure including a fist-sized
hole punched in the roof of the
Joseph Thompson Lenoir", agelcabin by warning pistol shots I
about 38, an American soldier,
was fined $100 in Balboa Magis
trate's court yesterday , upon
conviction or a charge of driv driving
ing driving while intoxicated.
He pleaded not guilty. The of'
fense was committed on the
road between Cocoli and Hod
duties under the law after his car
had struck an unattended vehicle.
following too closely while driving
a motor vehicle. ; j-.
uu- li i I i li i ll 1 1 :f:
.'Anna' Fizzles Out
.... ..,4 -ilt- 41 ,-.-( W-.I.W.-
' Details of the majr features of on the basis of 1H per cent times
the retirement meast.e passed-in! years of service. All remaining
Washington late Thursday .. anl year? of service would be figured
sent to the White House were re-on the basis of I per cent, ,
ceived today by Local 14, Ameri I 3. An employe, electing an an an-can
can an-can Federation, of Government: nuity fur bis surviving spouse up-
Employes.-;ti --, :' ; "' "Ion hi death would have his first
Inasmuch as the Administration $2403 of annuity reduced by 2li
backed the measure it was thought per cent. For annuities above that
that passage by the House and amount there would be a JO per
OeOAlB WUUIU U19IUV ll lluaiui v.,Cfll, intllu;, i
h the President- EmDloves Involuntarily separ-
aten at age am wun 01 yens ui
service could retire with reduc
tiohs of 2 per-cent per year for
was patched up before the plane
began its homeward journeyt
in seven refugees overoowered
five crewmen and seven passengrs
who were not in the plot, and then
flew the plane to freedom in Ingpi
stadt, -Germany. A secret colide
man was seriously injured in the
While the new measure calls
for an Increased contribution by
tha emeleve. It else improves
th ratirement, elcture at many ach year under age
' points."'-i '' .-.''.- r 5.! An employe .retiring, on dis dis--
- dis-- The measure ii particularly be-. ability would be, entitled to the
nefidal to those over 65. or an- lesser of 40 per cent of his aver-
TAMPICO. Mexico, July; 28 Broaching 55. s j ace salary or by "the figure reach-
(UP) Anna, the season's first) Its major features, as evaluat- ed by computing his annuity as
tropical storm: to boil un in the ed bv AFGE are: (though he had reached 60 years
Gulf of Mexico, fizzled out? amirfi 1 .'Ontional annuity rafter 30 of -ase."-
ruggea mountain ranges aoutn otjear. 01 service at age aa wiui, surviving wiuuwi ana cnuareu
nee today.-' -.-.' A .: Icontmue. For each year the em-!oi employes who' die in service!
The storm, which packed winds' uloye is below (0 at the time ofiould receive greater benefits in
of 60 miles an hour when it moved j retirement, there, would be a IVi proportion' to those provided for
imana last year, oauenpa. aown'Dcr cent reaucwon, ramer man ue employe wno retires.
for the expected blow which' sub subsided
sided subsided south of here. Winds racing
aneaa 01 tne storm center knock
ed down some communication lines
between here and San Luis PotosL
the 3 per cent new in effect. ,1 6. Effective date of the measure
2. The first 5 years of service would be Nov, 1, 1956.
would be fiaured under theres-' 7. The conference aereement in
ent retirement formulas: The see l cream' the employe's contribu.
end J, years would be computed bos te (tt per tenU -.-
SWISS COW-UNE It's a
' mountain fountain of milk, as
two Swiss boys help with the
completion of the first milk
, pipeline between the Swiss vil
. lage of St Martin and a sunW
. mer pasture on the hill above
the town. The pipeline, made'
I I non-corrosive, 1 odorless
' plastic, carries the pasture
fresh milk: down the hill to the the-village
village the-village tor instant processing
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Mil day letters ere swaiiiaea' a raa etder leteived.
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Howo You Piea'Guilfv or
- 0 v; CRITIC CRITICIZED t
M -TV V
I After reading the review in the papet dfi the i.ta.r Guild
producUon oX Detective Story." I became thoroughly convinced
that The Panama American snould tad a crithwho is qualifi qualified
ed qualified to write a review. I have never read a review that was so
' nlcayunish aa the' one on "Detective Story." i
1 I was tempted to write this letter ait? feafllhg the review
of "Curious Savage," which was on the playwright himself and
Iot on the work ot the memjjers of the cast.. After all, why
itlcize the playwright, John Patrick, after the play was such
a success on Broadway. h4
When I read the review on 'Detective Story," 1 was thor thor-ouehiy
ouehiy thor-ouehiy convinced that someone ought to write to The Panama
American and complain. Webster's Dictionary dfelnes a critic
a. -onm atriiiffH in tnriirinv the merits of literarv or artistic
works, one concerned or adept in any -aaaJyofJthe i work, ot
others involving cnucai juagmenis, or one wno iuicoii
to write criticism; as, an art or a dramatic4 critte. I am con convinced
vinced convinced that "critic" does not apply to Trixle.-
At last the Theater Guild has produced a play of challenge
that the reviewer -has always pushed in her other reviews. She
has always-said that the Guild should try to produce a play
that would prova Its capability. WellTba fiuild Jias, produced
' such a. play, and Trixle didn't even menttarthls fact J
I The memters of the cast old a magnificent Job with ths
difficult play; desplta the fact that they were Indeed handicap handicapped
ped handicapped by the smallness of the stage. Not once did the stage seem
crowded or too scenes muddled, even with 30 people, in the cast.
u The cues were fast, the action breathtaking, and there was
not a time when one wasn't thoroughly. convinced that this
play was taking place inside the walls of JC .'police station. s
Tot course, I admit that there were a few flaws. Show me fc
Brbadway show 4hat. doesn't have thcK;.fctfk-hen the cr tic
haa to pick out auch minute tnings as an sfl bci,ci:uyb u8
the Greek Orthodox sign, and being disturbed by a passing
. train, then that critic Is going u little loo far. :
i After all Trixie, what do you want the Theater Guild to do?
Ddlyon want'them to tell the Panama Railway to stop running
diUiK the producUon of a play, or perhaMjQuwa.11 ; "Jf
oH directors lo pick up Pat biiUdlng an move it to another
location., i r-, t ur.2
Also, people who have worked as hard as the in .of De Detective
tective Detective Story' deserve some personal praise. I dldn t notice one
lota of praise to John Anlston, who played Detective McLeod
with sincerity and capability, or tc BonHarper, who played
Charlie, the robber. I believe that this boy Is one i of-taa finest
actors who has ever set foot orf the Theater Guild stage. Not
onccdid hS'hracterzaton waver,,
f ,t vuia that time mention should have been given to
Tush Collier, who played the part of a frustrated shoplifter
with polish and a great deal ol humor. She received many well
earned laughs,, and the audience was sc pleased with her per performance,
formance, performance, that they clipped on her exit. Praise ihwld h"
also been give to Bill Kugal'.an, who played Detective Brody,
Phil feanders, the reporter Charles, Walsh who played Taml. and
Shirley Ann .Meyer, who played Mary McLeod with warmth and
Shderitandlng. 7 J ii.nwrYtn
- Vt Give credit where credit is due, Trixle, and write a review
of praise when it is deserving, which this play should have re re-Mvmit
Mvmit re-Mvmit i thnrmiBhlv enioved ."Detective Story," as I am sure
avefyone else did, and I hate to see these undeservedly critical
reviews.. 'V'.",',; f
i tvi. Thpftter OulM has come a lonu way, and I am sure
iHatJpeople iit the Canal Zone and Panama- will-, enjoy many
more piays oi h nign cauocr AyPHy.T"filrT.pT
now on. a )'
A Theater Guild Admirer
1, SERVICE CENTER UNIFORMS. ;.
Si ; -Jti'J oi
i read an Interesting Mall Box article by Interested Morale
Booster, In your Issue 6f Saturday, July 21. The Utle oi his (or
her) article was Uniform Change For Commys.
it it seems that Morale Booster has a real good point. All
the girls of the Service Centers and -Commissaries who have
been obliged to bp unlformedly attired should be dressed In
blue- skirts and white blouse. Of course -If -the Commissaries
desire to place a demarcation line on their- group in order o
differentiate who and where they are employed, and If the
Service Centers care to do likewise, all well.
It la' believed that the Service Center should adopt a speedy
means of uniformly attiring the staff that attends to the pub public,
lic, public, jhere should be no competition en ;he clubhouse. level to
apply, separate attlree according to the "location of theclub theclub-housa.
housa. theclub-housa. For Instance, one clubhouse should hot be compelle to
wear white and pink; the other blue and black; the other green
and purple; the other yellow and mauve; and some all black.
That would certainly be a most stupid arrangement.
4 Anv chanee 'on the mode of dressing to have complete uhl
formity, should be made by the general .manager's, office in the
AdmlnlstraUon"BuUdlng. t It would be a teat tragedy-o" have
ohe group ot workers of the same division doing the Identical
class 6l work, wearing different kind of uniform ? v
' The Army carries one type of uniforms for their men; the
Navy does ths same, so for heaven's sake If this is a common common-sense
sense common-sense decision, why cannot the clubhouse do the same, or is it
that the wigs (auierent irom mg-wigs... just wigs. just wisn
to, do things in an unorthodox fashion?" fashion?"-4i
4i fashion?"-4i to be dressed uniformly means to be dressed according to
eeHaln .requirements, and thosa requirement .should be definite definitely
ly definitely on the regulation class. ; 1-t'ii Vj.
It would be a nice change for me to sit in the Service
Center and have someone serve me in blue nd white, instead
ot that dead-white dress, tor a change As a customer I sup suppose
pose suppose that the division will do an it darn pleases (as usual) re-
Jardless of the-way that the customers feel..-Anyway I'm -also
or glria in blue and white.
By VICTOR RIESEL'
News of Harold Stassen'p private
war agamst vice Presidoot Rich
ard Kuon was rushed to Gov:
thrlstian Uerton on the golf links
D : ...
uuMtuc suakun. iucxo u .do evi evidence
dence evidence that the Governor missed a
stroke or nearly had one,
Word from respected sources on
Beacon Hill is Uiat Gev. Herter
was surprised. But, word from
rtiov. StasseD, in a conversation I
had w th him Wednesday mornug,
is mat tne Massacnusects leaue.-
had agreed la advance to Stas Stas-sen's
sen's Stas-sen's move. ;
Regardless of what did haDDen.
one thing is certain: There was
considerable preparation for Stas Stas-sen's
sen's Stas-sen's operation! for example one
of the arguments that Stassen was,
preparing to make was that Chris Christian
tian Christian Herter would, win heavier
labor support than Dick Nixon in
the November election. ; i,v' r
On this iDjectr oere-4t'- what
Harold Stassen told me:
we-particularly ;ctccktd labor
Voting and found it verv stron
for. Herter," Stassen .asserted J .-
"not only in Massachusetts but in
New England generally.
"Then, of course, we checked
come of the labor leaders on the
more friendly. aide friendly, that
is, to the Republican Party. And
we found great confidence in Her.
ter in Massachusetts running back,
over the years." i
I asked Stassen about the entire
area in which the check bad been
"In New.; tEnglf o$ we. t found
about 25 per cent of labor for Pres President
ident President Eisenhower. And the same
25 per cent for Herter. There is a
subtraction from the President's
strength. The President has the
broad support.-No one can add to
mat. But a running mate could
subtract. Herter does not subtract
from this at all.t.. t
"Unfortunately. Vice PrMidnnl
Nixon does subtract a significant
part of that labor support" t
i asaea now fie had determined
the 25 per cent figure, h
we aiscovered these Gsures
and sentment in.' a running series
ot polls taken during the past four
weeks by professionals in the field
of estimating public opinion,"
VWVi r AO
Stassen said he had snoken tn
labor leaders who' ire eonsiriofpri
on the Republican side; but would
not disclose their names.' v
However, one important union
cnici, Maurice Hutcneson, presJ.
dent of the Brotherhood of Car
penters though middle-of-the-road
on most Regional and state elec
tions is known to be friendly to
President 'Eisenh6wer ,and is con-;
fiuenaa ogwHiw um reeiM par
oi wnai tne Af L-cio does
Hutcneson is a friend nf th
Massachusetts Governor; Onlv last
April.i Herter was guest speaker
to Boston at the First District ses session
sion session of the Carpentcrsv'Operation
Smooth Public Relations
-" By PETER EDSOH 1
Worksbpin criticism of the id-
talked prnute y. Xtt HutehBtai- r V 5 UV ; -A ti
while avowedly TnU-NixonH0.'!, .y. 5.fW
Don't tnr now, but what happened to ih W-cJtlc pro pro-t,
t, pro-t, Weary Willie
THANK IOU, GORCAS
T" :C lI"Jt .iT..
Once again I have cause to praise the staff of Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital There has been a tremendous turnover in the personnel
since my last residence there aa a patient three and a half
years ago. However, I have found that the same high quality
ot hospital caie and protection prevails:, ; v
; The most excellent of doctors' cajre,, the efficient and friend friendly
ly friendly "nursing service, the helpful maids, the tempting and tasty
food, the silent and well-functioning house-keepering, all lend lending
ing lending themselvej to an atmosphere of confidence and well-being.
, Thank you for your help, new of Ward 2f I also want to
mention the courteous and prompt attention I received from the
Chest clinic, the X-Ray department, the Outpatient Clinic, and
the Doctors' Home Call Service.
not been pro-Herter. He has been
pushihg California's Gov. Goodwin
Knight as ; a renlaeempnt fnr
With this, in mini! Ct.... i.
, ------ uaavu, ll
can be presumed, discussed The
lerter drive with sHutcheson al
well as other nra-fteniihiipn uw
icaaers ana was told they d take
Herter if he would lead the drive
10 oust me vice president.
However, It Can be reported that
the supporters of Vice President
Nixon do .not; believe HoHw
pull stronger in labor ranks than
the veep. In the past year, Nixon
has. worked closely with many un union
ion union chiefs, his supporters point
OUt. .rv..- : 4
?They talk specifically of the
President's Committee nn nnvoni.
ll"1! is charged
-vuig certain mat tne oil oil-Hons
Hons oil-Hons of dollars1 worth of govern government
ment government orders do not go to firms
which discriminate against Negro
workers. Mr. Nixon Y i.h!rnf
of the committee and -consults reu reu-ularly
ularly reu-ularly with AFL-CIO rnn..
His people also point out that the
f.u ?re!ide.nt is, working closely
with that nuif of tha nm.ki:..l
IParty which beliyes in wooing Lv
vi. nc is especially close, these
itiiu Se'etary of bor James
ntcbdll, who personifies this, sec'
;tlon of the GOP. Where onee there
was a' rift between Mi-hn .n.i
Nixon, it is known that in. the past
six months the Labor Secretary
ha .laid that he' rPrelvM hlc
strongest support for
moves and legislation in the Cabi
net irom nixon. inis also goes for
mucneii i moves in 'Conpre.
Regardless of who la rishi- it
looks like the Ssa Francisco Cow
Palace will be a noisy barn when
the GOP gathers there next
month. Not everyone there win h
WASHINGTON (NEA) An.
Rouncement that the Republican
party's San Francisco convention
hopfs to offer the voters a short
platform, devoted largely to praise
rrestaent cisennower, reveals
a smooth political formula. ,.
It is to focus on the personality
of the President credit for all the
good things that have happened
wnue the Eisenhower administra
tion has been in power. By this
device the President is kept aloof
irom. controversial issues.
31ns is almost a complete re-
vesal of he way things' went in
the administrations ot Presidents
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry
S. Truman. They got and took full
blame for everything that hap happened
pened happened while they were in the
White House ,i and. always -came
back tor more. ... ; .
;"H is true enbufeh'tharcharactfers
like Henry A. Wallace and Dean
Acncsoa and the late Harold L.
Ickes had their moments of noto notoriety.
riety. notoriety. But FDR and-HST had to
field most of the brickbats that
bounced off their subordinates'
nists, it's all the fault of Secy, of Oicgcn. fiehtinz for election to the
u.s. senate against charges that
he was responsible for the "give
away ot. natural resources,
. T . i
rri'siuejit, -.v i,isenaower nas
cab.net and other top level ex
eCutives,' and it stays there. Part
of their Job seems to be as whip whipping
ping whipping boys for things that go wrong.
If American foreign policy
moves .don't check the Cooimu-i
State John Foster Dulles. It is he,
now, wno is toia. ne snouid stay
home more, stick to his job and
lend more closely to his knitting.
Dulles M blamed for the fact
that the Big Four Conference at
Geneva a year ago didn't pan out
in golden .deeds, even though he
was against holding this summit
meeting in the first place. And the
shortcomings or failures of the
foreign aid program to win friends
in Burma, India, Indonesia, the
Middle East 'or ; Yugoslavia: must
be accounted for. by Dulles.
Though the Presidnt is consti
tutional commander-in-chief of the
U.S. .armed forces, it is Secy.' of
ucirnse Charles JS, Wilson who is
held responsible when the ad-
mirajs .and.,generals get,, to
warrinf amone a themselves ovr
defenee pttliciefl oe "bickering-, over
the. split ,ln the 'military budget..
Criticism of Eisenhower admin
istration 'farm policy has been
focused almost entirely on Secy.
of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson
right from the start. If the sou
bank plan doesn t work as ex-
pected 'i;'wUl;be"'his taulCk;
tnouga ce. opposed it in tne ne gin ginning.
ning. ginning. ...':: :: ',.-::
There, hasn't been time for any
of the Department of r Interior
troubles to rub off on new Secy.
rrea a. beaton yet. But former
WASHINGTON The weighty.'company official, 'but -as. .far ai
sometimes pro Eisenhower pres- we're concerned it doesnt exist,"
ugc of Eider Statesman George
What ha meant was 'that the El
of Geergia -was thrown in into
to into the fight over r Hells Can Canyon
yon Canyon again jit his .old friends.
tne oeorgia rower company and senhewer "'admmlstranon was so
other utilities. George, who retires anxious to help speed up construe construe-from
from construe-from the Senate this year, made tion if the Idaho Power Company's
the proposed big federal dam on small dam at Hells Canyon ba bathe
the bathe Snake River the last senatori- fore Congress' could act. .it let
al battle of his career, "told de- Idaho Power build a-bridge with,
serting Democratic : colleagues: out the OX. of the chief of Arm
how important it 'Was for therai Engineers and the secretary of
to vote solidly against the private
Sen. Lyndon Johnson also threw
his persuasive charm into, full
ecir and talked to each deserlintf
ue.nocrat twice.. The two madei
Among the arguments thev used
is the fact that .the .Eisenhower
administration is not against fed federal
eral federal power in principle, but only
against federal power: when it
comes to the poor damsites.
Or., as senator Neuberrer of
Oregon puts it: "Ike would give
the eream to the private-uuliues.
the skimmed milk to the- govern.
ment ,. v x '.".'.,.
What Senators George and John
son faced, however, was the fact
mat practically every big utility
in the U.S.A. teamed tin with the
Idaho Power Company to defeat
federal development of Hells Can Canyon.
yon. Canyon. When senators who live in the
Midwest or the South went home
recently, they 1 found represen representatives
tatives representatives of local-power eomnanie
wailing to buttonhold them at the
airport or railroad station, whelh
er tie time was 3 a.m.' or 11 p.m.
Approximately $1,000,000 was
spent by the private utilities in
leading magazines for advertise advertisements
ments advertisements opposing the big federal
dam at Hells CShyon. The last
series 01 aas, puDusnea in May,
was estimated' at around S300.OOO.
This was the' -third ia "av series.
This cost, of course, came out of
the rates paid by electricity users
tntougnout me, nation, ;
Tlie utility lobby even took a
jurket of newsmen to the Pacific
.Northwest earUer this ear'for'a
rights squabbling. It is Atty. Genj!0011 He" 4 Jiyon' AirP1', no' prosecute.
Herbert BrowneU who had to nre-'""v" w" ee, uquor was iv-
SPItt th arlminicfiAtinn nmtfr m Su. '.
sent the administration
5ecy of Treasury George
ury George M.I ,yin" over Ule famous canyon, over backward W help the utili utili-the
the utili-the rap for op-'newsmei "w a-bridge down be-ties take over the one remaining
rtion this year' Low nd ,sked bout "That's big damsite in thes U.S.A.: while
Army which is a criminal of
fense. : -: .. .
On January 3 of .this year. Ida
ho I iwep filed for permission to
build the bridge. Under th-lw
thrre; weeks ?are required for any
opposition' to file protests.; But on
January. 9, six,- days: later, the
power, company went ahead' with
its bridge without a license front
the Army to build.
When Senator Morse, of Oregon
wrote the Justice 4 Department
March 10, pointing- out that this
was subject to crimipal prosecu prosecu-tion.
tion. prosecu-tion. he did not receive a reply for
two months." 'During this two
mouths wibrfdge, wis-completed.
nnly from. Warren. lOlney. chief
I .1. t r .... 1
w u-a jusuco ueparimeni. s crim criminal
inal criminal division, admitting: i, 1
"As your letter states, tie com-
menrement of construction of this
bridge without prior approval of
the plans by the chief of engi
neer and secretary of the Army
is a jViolstion of. 33 .IJSC 401 for
which criminal sanctions are pro-
However Omey went on to Point
out that another section of the law
which ,hequlte;frarikiy admit- -ted
was "somewhat unusual" pro-
vidis that "it shall be the duty
of district .attorneys of the United
Stales to vigorously -prosecute all
offenders -whenever requested to
do so by the secfetary of
And since Secretary of the Arm
Brucker, a part of CharUft, Wilson's
r-eniagon.team, Wonkl Bot request
prosecution, Olney said he could
This is one "slight Indication of
how far the administration leaned
with the-budget in balance.
'Stcy:- of Labor- James P, Mitch,
ell has' to face the union leaders'
opposition to administration labor
programs. ; t r'
Postmaster Gen. Arthur Sum
merfield has to conduct the un
popular crusade to raise postal
rates. i -a ..d
Secyof Health; Education irid
Welfare; Marion" B; Fplsom takes
responsiouuy tor opposing social
security Increases. :
Atomic Energy Commission
Chairman Lewis Strauss and two
former budget directors." Joseph
E. Dodge and -Rowland Hughes,
are the boys, associated with the
Dixon-Yates fiasco in TVA.
Air this adds up to an almost
perfect public relations policy,
from a political standpoint. It
keeps the number one candidate
out of controversy, so that only
gooa tnings can oe said about him
built to carry materials across the lettinf Uncle Sam take over the
Snake River,'.' explained, a .power poorer-damsites;. """ iVf ;'1.
Secy. Douglas McKay is now in in the party platform.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
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By LEE MORTIMER
No Porno. ; Plenty Circum
stances: The Duke of Edinburgh
is paying footsie with the Eng English
lish English Socialists. If you're wonder wondering
ing wondering why, my spy at Westminster
tells me it's oecause Labour
(spell that with a 'u" Mr. Printer)
promised him that if and when
they return to power, they'll make
Dukie co-sovereign as joint King
with Queen Elizabeth. This will be
in the tradition of William and
Mary who were husband-and-wife
and cousins. Philip, it's pomtea out,
is in Ihe legitimate succession. to
the throne, being a descendant of
Wic'oria past whom he and Eliza
beth have identical lamuy trees.
Needless to ssy the Queen doesn't
like it at all. wen,- would your
genson may star id' a irfcture: wah-lb.H.' Nametflunt'Tii July .
tlie usual plot boy meets girl, boy j Tip To Talent Scouts: Al Siegel's
loses; girl. Boy becomes girll protege, Loretta Wayne . ; John
"-- 1 .aiaione. rnra famed special.
Today's' Mortimer MedallionHAgent-in-Charge in Los1 Angeles.
'; fjK -v
More About' Majesty; However
Edmburgh s opponents nave $4
move up their sable sleeves to
proclaim Margaret as co-Queen if
Philip gets too uppity for ms siuceo
breeches. The bngnsn law oi sue.
pes' on to titles of peerage pro
vides that if there are two or more
daughters and no males, then the
sisters shall inherit as eo-heir-esscs..
Indeed an ancient act of
Parliament; still on the books,
makes such a provision for royal
ty, too: Co-Queens when there are
two cr more sisters as in the case
of Elizabeth and Margaret. This
law was passed to avert troubles
sim'&r to those during ana iouow iouow-ing
ing iouow-ing Ihe reigns of sisters Mary and
Klirshethl and another Philip (of
Snain .that is Mary's husband!
Under it, Margaret is being de-r. ttc. (Positively .last
privtd of her legal ngnis; xou re item. I promise.)
welcome to tne nisiory lessuu
(This and a camera gets you in
pictures)? Virginia Graham," the
Dumont-NBC spieler. This gal. is
top in her class, a dame with a
heart and a brain. (Say, I knew
her when she was a little girl in
Chicago. Lived on Clarendon up
aoove ine Marine Hospital.)
Much Ado About Nothing: Civil
war at the Hartford- model agency
where v Hunts replaced Esther
Yourg and Mrs. McLellan i as
heads with a male model. 7The
gals say it's unfair to gals v.j
Conviction of moyie. colony furrier
Albert Teitlebaum on charges of
conspiring to defraud the insurance
companies was a- majors victory
for Beverly Hills': famous Police
Chief, Clinton Anderson.' He
worked on the case for six months
and bad film notables against him.
Joan Caulfield and Dors Senary
testified as character witnesses for
the furier?-5 Today's Gita Han
itemv Georgie de Witt. Tomorrow's
Gita Hall item: Me? Please!
Good-bye Pelvis:1 Clifton (This is
Show Business) Fadiman, who!
derided E. P., will be" surprised
have the same cosmetic sponsor!
Would you sayt it's- a case of? one
lipstick not knowing what theHitb-
In hr-ar that Elvis is booked -into
the .Arthur Murray Show both J with the press. Yes, it is true, she
had a narrow -escape in a brush
with a couple of desperate bank
oanait.!' ortunately the Lord was
quick on the draw for our side.'
I Wonder What Became ,' af:
Rudy Haltey. ; ft ...,-X.
So What and Who Cares: Gloria!
vaie. ex-wiun f wuarter snow eai
who quit tormarry i'millionau'e
m Mexico, back, with a divorce
and sensational memoirs. Looking
for a publisher Phyllis Kirk
is linked .with .'almost every eligi
ble bachelor here and in Holly
wood so wny shouldn't she be link linked
ed linked (by a press' agent'that is) with
Lou Spcnce, the songwriter..- How
ard Hughes pacted singer Lorie
uaroi to a long contract.' What a
picker is Howard v ,The Mhd Mhd-on.hip
on.hip Mhd-on.hip set at Cherry Grove call
their flashy slacks "Fire Island
longs." ( J
Mrs. Weinberger. told us she
hadnt had call since July 10
That she is not miffed with
any newspaper or reporter or pho
tographer. She admitted losing her
head (who doesn't?) a few times
'It wouldn't .hl,ir, happened i thoaa ailly wrl
weren t mors;
' 1 Marine flatt 3 Hindu queen
70ceanle 4 Feet (!.),
. game fish !-' frAtUcks
-IS "Lily maid of.! Used hy ; ?
14 IntersUce y.1 Wrestler's v
H Most rational ; cushion ;
18 Pesters I Mountain spur
17 Spurious' 4 Back tntranet
llHairnnglet (two wordsi 28Certmony5.ta47Musiiii
19 Steamer fab.l 10 Misplace 21 Dan ravwis
tl Sleeping 1 1 Islands (Ft.)- 29 British school 41 Arabian full
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t juroiiura "uinouiory wnop una. w-oo iaminlna r
22 Free natiod 20 Real estate 32 Red :" ;, 1 appellation
J "Tu4 rtctT
In Tt I-' TT:J
25 Wheys of mUk22 Bear
27 Bread spread 23 Soothsayer
31 Units of ..
Si Look alyly
43 Rent ; 52 Essential
45 Mountain 'iH. bein
24 Toward the 4 Partisan ; t4Condue(ai
Todav's Jim (Kleenex) Kimber-
Icy' Item: ; The dame: 'dropper
dropped four in Chicago so he
could weekend wine and woo Juynn
Dollar, of the $64,000 show, of the
same name, m Manhattan.;
The Right to Go Rightr Bill "Man
and" God at Yale" Buckley, who
publishes the exciting and read-
le "Nauonal Review," kws tne
Department of Dormant Details;
' Susan Strasberg and David sRoss
'.("Uacle Vanyan producer) burn
mK the transAtiantic caoies now
that Ross is in -England for the
opening of "The Quare FeUow,';
which he'll bring to Broadway in
the Fall . Warners, who were
pushing Mervyn LeRoy's "The
Bad Seed" as their Academy
Award candidate" received a jolt
when the Chicago Board of Cen
added (replying to our query) that
husband Morns' cried before the
tv cameras and couldn't talk.
bawl the photoss but with: '"And
get those damned bulbs off my
lawa!" . That her home phone
is not "under detection by the
GMcn or cops so that the kid
Inap.' can speak .freely, "They all
assured me tneywouiant ao mat
so no guilty person can be afraid
of. Iing caught." a
pink bloomers off egg-heads who,Sors restricted it to "adults only.
believe In freedom of speech and (Ten year-old star Patty McCor-
press, tor eggjieaas omy tnat isj
in the Aug. first issue. This is a
must article and a must maga
zine for all good Americans.
This Is No Gag: Christine Jor
mac was disappointed as her
playmates can't see her in the
picture) . Joe Meyers (he's
head of Avon Pocket Books) is a
proud grandfather via his daugh.
tcr, Mrs. Henry W. Golding, a 7
To Harold Snyder.- who was ar
rested for being in the 42nd Street
subway phone booth section, when
the ransom drop was made by
Mrr Weinberger July.M: VYou told
me a Nassau dick didh t return
your eight dollars when he gave
back your identification, etc. They
told me (at Mineola) nobody took
your 8 bux but they'd all chip in
a dollar and send it to you. I told
them not to do it W.W.
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35 Observed -
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SIFIsheanba '- , 4 M
found in w-" -w -J L L
every ef 4
the werld 1 1 1 r
S9 Abound tJ
41 5S?Sii." FFF "T" T
42 Plait -r j t V,
44Soakflax .. C P
4Meurntag '3 T" j, iT"
-''band :'.',.-.' i. ;-
4$Foodstuft J ;j T
53Dealanew, ' f T
55 Shops J i i Tv -T -
56 Reluctant 'i ; -,), JJ Li. '1 "
57 Ornamental H H T A
- feathers r 1 ..
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51 Take over ?r- '' .1.
DOWN.. T '
1 Hardy J" . T" T JTTr
heroine ' I ' I '
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; Church cf Christ
'.- W. W. Burrow, eWaagttttt
BALBOAt OKI. Balboa Road.
Scrvicea Sunday 10:00 ajn. 11:44
10 ajh." ; " i'l
caisn-niULLiaAaserieaa tVeataa Hi
Services Sunday 10.00 m U I
BIO ABAJO: Hoon Xo. M lata St
Sunday 430 '"
iwrjn -sea) rit ,5
latl r. PadexewatJ, Patter
??ttijt t .Jt--4t- t.is njn
uaday School Im.
Momiug Worship aeZ
Evening WorWpi,,,iJfy." i
Mcoday 'each; gtornawaaa. c?"
-'nw imwi wKjwsh
. DcaarariVB'' Balboa -tiatfMO
Soaa Balboa M (
' WtUiua B. Booby. Fartai
Sunday School ............ f OJB.
Morniaa Wanhlp MJ
BapUM draining Onloa. .... JaO 0J
Kvanaellauo SaWnoa BJa
Prayat, Maaoas Wooia
WJIA;B1U0 Study tywaJtoiiT
Htn'a Brothathood mm Uat
alooday n BionthJ
past warm $faaT
llaraatlta Avanuf at 6th ouaai
u.rnriu. Canal eona
:BaTriad fcathj Ptttaa
r uii.' -T-i
umim Winnhin ... limy I
lUUKIWam w"P a.SA aM
Baptist Trainint .TJWOS... J? J'
Bvaning Wotthip JJJ
BrotharW Tudra T OO p.
Pr.vitr Mrvicaa. wbuj. i
W fct.Ua tat 3rd Pridayt
Aa. Sunbaama, v
:r. ,. W IV
i ItB PACtPIC DB .'
CapUln MrfcH. Grant
U Fabruury Straet. Phona: -0Sv
11:00 Uollnatt Meatins. u1
- 30 auiday School. . ,!;
1 JO Salvattao MaaUaP,. ,! ;
LA BOCA Ci.
Lieutenant Paaty Caaipben- ;
Building No, 1080. Phona: I-SHf
. 11:00 Utriincat Meatins. ,'N
1:00 fcundiy School. J
I M SIv(t!ca MaaUng.
. paraiso.cz. V':;::;;':',
Envoy Mrt. t U' Moedley '
Guiana .Swaat. i v
OflO Si-Jiday 8chool.-
11:00 Hulinaw Maetinfr
, 1:00 Sumiiy SchooL
TM awivation MeeUnav
' t)01DN THIRD- STREET
SCaptaln Syilln Taylor
110 Kolinost Meatiiia.
3:00 Sunday School. -
. 7 50 Salvation Meeting,
hainbow cm, c.
Envoy i. GUI s
St Kittt and Jamaica Straat
11:00 Boiinen Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School. '
7:30 Stlvation Meeting
COLON CtNlRAii v
Beniar t aal. and Mrv. C.
' 14th Street Phone: SR-7
U. XU ATLANTIC ItDlf
Bay. Bay Blakely, Pattaa
' t: Church SchooL "'
11:00 Worthip Servic.
S:43 p.m. Sr. Youth roTloWthtpT
0:00 p.m. Jr. Youth Feilowthip.
WImto aU Pmartajtiw vrtth
aaity ta nat'". lberty ta
tMnnaia aaa cafity -aa. aB
JJB Mvilini'Majlini: :
Pbuo .?-r-:.r7Ti fir '. '"a
a.w. divl. '.iSil t..,i,
-ua p-um f a'm. l rT-. a
10:41 Worahip rviea ar CaurtB.tJay
tM YmrW Veliow-rntv m"mT
- THB PACI IU STUB v, i
11 0 Hnlmeai MeathUL a
BALbOA ,'. .'
Tha kw. owar t. Ohwa; Pariar
' Balboa Rd. at San: Pablo St V
Phona X-H86 Church Office t-3230.
. S30 Church Schno) Prao but aervlet
ParaonaM Diaeaaaoa Groutu-
W30 Worship Strviea The brpandad
:.r Seaaioa lor Nuracy. Kindercartaa.
Prinun BUl Jmlia
Cbureh-tuaa Nuraary (c eaildrar
anaac a...,-? ,- a. ..
1:00 Junior-Hfgh Fellowship.
1 40 Poefc-Hiph Fellowahip. .,,. t
1:00 Sanioc-luah failowmbJa. si
Dr. Walkar M. AMartnn. Mtnl-lar (
Of flea phpna 4pIu-J(lnc.PboBa
' 4-130. .0
10.00 a rn. Unified Service of Worship
wx cnuuio-own- people-wio aaultj
: .taa 0 a---- a- w
p lilkW.wMiJI ', V
VRat MTHOtIS1 CHUBCat t
Bay. William H. Arwntmg
14th St. Panama Citv
f 10 J4 ;.
. Bid. ICS
il: .-Aiioa l -u
, .... ,:Si( r( i "t."
if -eenOS ,.
( S0 a.m.Iormn rrayer ana
: 8:00 pm, buniiay. School.
f;14 in lva,"e rravet an
. XaiMT aiifODtiil 4J4UKCM
Ilk Straet and kendai Avanua.
C'" n. $i. P
'' Bay.' Srfiu: waio-fl. Mlnlstar"
f' t3u a.m. Momlni borvlco and Holy
V JCommunh- .?--- f
3 p m. Sunday SchooL
i:is p.m. evening wiita, :
(Holy Commumoo 1st Sundays)
Monday. 730 pja.. Prayat Maetlag. i
BBENEZfR MKTHnuiBT CH0BCB
Rslnhow Cly. CZ
Bay. Bamuel Waluen, MinMWr
BuiHiay etervicea a am ana .ia p.m
buoost omnoi iiw au sir n :J"
"Year lavltatioa Ta WonMii
Tuttdty I pjo. Prayer Waetina,
Qarcaaa of (to aaap terrat hi Hm Can Zona, aae rat toasiaal'
itlat of Paaaaia aaa Coloa, RapaaSc of fiiwi, axtaad vakeeaa
t ai taaee to mm eat) araoaoa of fae anata itrvictt, W o,oiilMA
MibfefSt frioMS sW4 ttVBfVlb
to rn poklir unin, Hm TW PaaaaM Aiaricao Mt MoV,bT"
imimmahm. aotwat af koan of vankip aa4 otbat (apalai cttvtiaa,
Immm fo iaMo4 htm Hmm H Hmm. Paamihihado fcartH
aaty'oM o Nra a-awpatloao Of StM aaaat "Ota UukJmo Aa4
Sonrfeoo." A jpocial Uatiap k iaclaaaJ tat wrYiaaa at Amy paart,'
Aw aaaat aai Naval otiHaaa, j. .:-.. f . u ;
X-," Miariatara. charca oocrotaitao aM ahaplaiaa ara aikaa fa iafana
: taa aowt aou m wnnap ay woaaataap aaaa a tko bmi rt aay
ckaaaa far tfeo (oaiMp Saturday 't aaaica aaaa. v -
CHKI8TLMI aCUMCB CUbKUUB
iW Church at CbrlM. SOanUM, Aaaat
'MO Aoeea Boulaaara.
Sunday UUi Wednaadu M am
Sunda School t JO aJ
rtm caarca at Chrait, acManat, M
- Uui SffMt BoUmi tbebvat
'; Sunday U Wtdoaadaj tM pja.
SiiUTTaaail IML UUM OBd
.nrf u no ta 100 aiarThunday. bttora
Pint Pridayj 10 to 10 pjn.
Hiraculoua ataaai novauai
ctaau aflar tba M
Hich School Study Rub
Waduatday. ft, ,
BACBED HBAB-Aneaa -Sunday
Mataea: tM. 730 A 3 l
Holy Day mi-r1 ids aja. anJ tM
'coriraBlonat Saturday I JO to IM md
J:,to J0 pjn. Tounday belora Firtt
Friday t.-OO PJ mM
sacrea aoan www"
Fridaya. v i i '5
cTtichiia CUati ta 4:4S pa).
OH LADY OP PATIMAP-Canada
. Sunday -Mast at 1:00 a.m.
TJ-.1 fl-- Uaaa ml W-lUi fLIB. :
' Conlaationt: 0:00 to 0: aja. on tat
"caichlam CXtaii Saturday 30 a 10
".' i .va. JnaKFn auaaa
Sunday Masaat at 70 and 101 am
. Holy my sua at e:w a.n.
Confawonai Saturday (30 ta 430 and
Catactutm OaaM Sunday 10 ta 40
Medal Horanai 10 pja.
Convarl taitruettontl ttureday 1 30
IT, VTNCgnTl rtaaaio uty
aimda llanaa: 1:00 and 0 JO nv
Holy Day afaota: IM and IM pja.
nt r falla on Saturday tha
M .ml B-SA a m l
'n4.MlMt.t fiatimfea 140 to 10 and
T:M to 8:00 pja. Thuradaya batoro Pteat
Friday T:S0 pjn. J i..
uinmiaua Uadal Noyana and Bta-
lloni of tha Cron: Friday 10 pja.
" Catechlan? Cl:r Aftar M maai aa
"xoSirt CUmt SJo pjav'aiday and
m jl u.m. t in a m
Hol76a? M:00 aA (M fclb
Cataehltm Cluti IM ta 10 aja. on
IX 'OBlt BAPTIST DBtA
aj.M! i ll and S3d am.'
uJT'n.n mm a U) lion. Thura.,
J ast WMa aia: 10 a.m.
Holy Dap all mail aw
??-t ado ta 431 and 130 to
10 pjn, on Baturoay.
Miraculou. Medal Koyoaal Wday 130
P'm' n-Vl am. Ml SundlV
Convert CUau Monday-130 pja.
ST. THERFr La, Boca
aimriav Man: 7i0 ajn ..:
Holy Day Meat i 1:10 fijf
Kiiia- Batiirda tM ta T so a.m.
ThSaday before FirrtJPridjy sal ; p.m..
fiaerad Haart MovaatJ. 10 pja, an
, aa Thunday
. ATLANTIC SIDB
. mm incrpu'a Caloa
Strnday Massaas l:fe I
Holy Day Maett 141 and 0
"confSsiSn 8.tttrdv.43'ta 134 and
7r?cuKa.l Hoyuii Wtdaaatay
Bacrea near noywB. AiV"
c..-iai RMfilntf Ssanrlcflal 3:00 DJU.
11 i5 a m. 1:00 p.m. to 40 p.m.
wit tiia. r.motltlnri of Moat Bleaa-
ed Sacrament M day.. Repetition at 130
ajn. oaruTuay luumma. .
..taajcumbv nauntlnna to our Lady
". W.Frtma-TrHohr oaary--l0 a.m.
It raMaanimi fnstruetioni for chil
dren Moadaya and wnwuya awe w
ftrma.rtTf.mm lnTDAL CrMiM
Knnri.v mm:T)0. 0andl030aJB.
-Holy Day Mataaa; 40. M w and
latuToVy io to 10 and
i oiio UlU-njDjnttJflaarj each ave-
. Miraehhna Ml' Rovenar SOI I
ll'ftn nm. on Monday. :
uateciuam. u(n. juiea o.vw a mm
FirrpridaT ExpotJUoo all day duruu
UTi farlUMkk Vaar
j First SatordiT.: Miat at 40 am.
Fl Sunday Masses: 10 and 130 am
Holy Day Masses! ajm ana ooa
Corrfeaaona: 4 to 16 and 134 to
I no pjn. aaniraay.
Miraculous Medal Bovanai 70 la
Ian Monday. 'i
tnurcn ruaaxp.wroup every asosy
at ao pji
l Chibi 130 pja aa Wtdnta
catecnum vune: ana pjn. inursoay.
First Fridsy Devotions: 140pm
fnauirv-Discutsloa GrauB avert Pr.
day 730 pja.' : :.;,.,
' ST." VlNCtoTTS Rainbow City'
Sunday 'Maasaaa: 430 a.m. and 10
a m. . j . ...
Holy Say Massees 44 aja. and 40
pm. ..- ..
Confeartontf 44 to 14 and 14 to
:o p.m. baturoay. r
uatecnism class: io:u a m. eci aunflav
1 Convert Claaa every Monday at 70
. Mliveulua-41adal Kovenai 14 pja
on Tuesday. ; ...
Sacred Heart Nortnat 134 pjn, on
PMaap. :,r; ;r. v :'
tMMACITLATB CONCEPTION Garda
Sunday Mast: 1:15 ajn.
Holy Day Mass: 1:00 n.nvC t
Confessions: 430 to 10 am. an Bat.
umay. . v :
Catacaitm cuss: pm. on Monday
OUB LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 1:00 and a-n am
. Holy Pay Masses; mni lM
I Confessloni Satnrday at 140 BJB. and
wot u avcnuig orvouons.
Btptuma oy appointment J
Miraculous Medal Novanal.taa im
Sacred Heart Novenai 70 pja an
Friday. - ,
Sundsy School! I SO pm. oo Sunday.
Reliffioits Instrurtinn rlsaa In. ri.ii
Idren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Reliclous Instruction for arinlta ir.
pja-iaucica. ia .apanisat-jgq pjn on Mon
Con van Instructions by appointment
ia.. .S -. 'J.
r '. ;'i
Tha Bt Bey. B.
BflMt Geadea. B.T.D-
Tha Vary Bar. Maiaert J.,Pettraaa,.
..,- 8.TJ1, Deaa
' ...'' i V
- ancon, tJi .r
' TH CATHt VL OP-ST. LCKB
. OL.NAVS v. c
730 aj liciy- Cmnniunioa.
434 aja SanU Commuaioa 44th Sua.
day, r . .. t y .-
1:30 a.m. Church -School :.-, :
1:4a sjn. tscueia CominimL r V
114 aau. Morni Pnvec and Sarmoa
14 aav Lvenr P-syejaad Sermon
. -. .. Wt AJSTTT i ('
130 aa Holy on.nHinioa.'- v t
70 pre, Avenn Prava.. t
... holy days v'
40 am Holy Communion. '.;-
430 am Holy Communion,-. ?'(..'
4:11 a av Momlni prvaa :- f--. ?
124 Muda Aiauiuiiai-j Prayera,"
CHURCH OF-OUR lV(OUB
Third Straat; New'Crntona,
Tha Bey. Nolaa G. Aiurs.
'! Print la tfuraa i'.'. .
Holy Communloa ......... 1:30 h ra.
Church tkbool ...... 4.W am
ana sermon ............. i 110 aja.
I r irm ninaaa. na ra.Min ..t
' Veapar Servica and
Youth Fellowship nM,.., Ia pja
Holy Communloa .i.....a 130 a m
Choir Rehearsal I JO pjn.
uww. m s-iayec isr au people,
-, t Chatch f St Aadrtw :w
. Tha Bev. William W. Baldwin,
SUNDAYS M"' Ch" -,
Family Pray tr. and Church
Morning Prayer and Sarmoa' U am
IH.C tirst Sunday In Moota
Bvaning Prayer. 730 pja. T
Weekday Prayer. tM am -
Chapel at Tba Good Shepherd
i Tha Bay. fjarance W. Hayea.
Priaat ia Chra'.: ..
4:00 a.m. MorYiIng Prayer.'
(H C. tint Friday each Month). ;
St Simoa't Chatcfe
Choral Eucharist and gar--
mon ........,,..... la a m
Evenaona and Sermnn
THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS '
. Morning Frayar and Holy
. Evening Prayer
Woman t Auxiliary, Bad and
4th Thursdays ............
' 1:04 a.m,
134 p m
Holy Communlorf ..m 7 4 a.m.
Family Eucharist .......... 4:34 am
Offica a( CornpHna.. ....... -. 4:04 pm
:V,1',1'.i'U BOCA :
- St Frtar's Chawh
The Bey.' John 8 Dear. Pilast la Charm
Mominc Praver and Church
School ...... at,i...;Mt ajn.
Confirmation Class 1:14 am.
Choral Eucharist and Ser- t
mon ............ 10:34 am.
Holy Baptism 130 noon
Evensong and Address .... 134 P m.
Wemsn's Auxiliary ....... 134 am.
WEDNESDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion .......... I :oo am
Church at St Margaret
Corn -i of Espavdva. Brazea RIvtC
Tha Rev. Nolan Gj Akara :
r :(.' Prteat lav tharre -t.
4:30 an Church Bchoal "V"
4:30 am Morning Prayer and demon
list vaayi, noiy communion)
430 am Confirmation Instructiona,
- palo arco
Chtoel at Tha Holy
Van. L. B. Shirley, Priest
I JO am Holy communlaa.
Bt Albaa't Charrh
TV. Bey. David A Osbaraa.
Priest .In Chsrre
The Rev. AUaa B. WenrL AtfUUnt
SUNDAVh 1 I
4:00 a.m. Choral EurharUt
4:30 am Infant Bsptiam.
10 ira. Church School
, (held In Building ill)
.-va pm youtn reuowsnip
t fiO itn. RyrtWHii and At
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
130 pin. Woman's Auxiliary ana Al
tar Guild Meeting. ,.
-. PANAMA CTTT '
. St Paal'tChOTch
Tha Pea. LemaeJ B. Shirley, Reetat
The Re. Pita B. Atwell. Daaeea
SUNDAYS .. '
40 am Holy Communion
4-00 ajn. Sunt Eucharist Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
110 aoer Holy Bsntlam ,).,." '.
70 n.m Bolema VesBara ...
l:M 11 HoVy Cammunlaa
WEDNESDAYS -a k --f'ji,
00 aav Holy Commuaioa -10
b.m. Evcnma Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
0:30 rm. Holy Communion
ao am Holy Communloa.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TlTaVJJEA
4 Pais rata I . ..'
" Colon. R de P---.' J i -W-.-,
(OTmn-ile Hntel Waahmrfaa)
Tha Bev. Henry A. Blake,
i Frir-t m Charga ...
40 tm Holy Communtoa. -40
a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:34 a.m. Church School Session.
134 am Solemn Evensong and Sar-
4:04 am Holy Communloa.
7:0 pjn. Evening Praver and Sei luasj
S34 am Adult CnfiflrmsUoa data
430 pm Praver Guild,
am Children'. EtieiiarlaL
10:04 a.sa. Junior Conllrmatlon Clam
134 am. Comnllrw and Meditattoa.
40 am Holy Communion.
- BAfNBOW CITV
Charih of St Mary, tha Yh-rta
Tha Bev. Joha A. Saaldlag,
- Priest ia Charae
Sunt Lucnsrlst i
730 a m
l:tt a m
Evens-ma and Sarmoa
Bt Ceorre't Centra;
, Tha Bev. Joha A. gptldlng, '
Prlt In Cham
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy I cmmuninn I JO am
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
Mor i, r p-aver .... ; v
and Seinrn t-so e.m
Church School, each Sua, 1030 am
M. Chnslephcr i Chatch
lOih Stnet. Prr"!- V "'
Tha Bar. Clanaca W. Hajaa,
Priest ta caa.
'Tha Bav. Clarawa A. Crafwtll,
ta ajn. Holy Communion. -''-7
SO am Sun Eucharist and Seimon.
1034-am Morning Prayer and Church
13-00 noon Holy Baptism.
0:30 pjn. Evensong and Sermon.
. I M pre. 1st and 3rd. Woman'i Auxl
" liary.. ; . .-
,4:30 p.m. Junior Daufhtert at tha
7:30 vm. Youth Feilowthln.
0 a.m. Holy Communion.
74 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
:00 am. Girls' Friendly Society. 1
00 pjn. 1st and 3rd. Singletons,
.1.30 am Junior Confirmation Clam
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
' Ancon. CZ.
Minuter: Bey. Elmer O. Neltoa ..
Boa; 04. Ancon, CZ. Balboa aWP
Simday School 1:4 J a m
Aioming Worahip ......... 10 JO ajn
Youth Service ......
Evnint Sfrvftc iooih T'SO p.in
NjTJI.S. Servica .......... 7:00 am
Prayer Meating, Wad. ... ; 134 pm
; 1 NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
. .... Panama RJ 23rd Street East
Bra B. N.
......f I .w Jta.
Meerlnaa Thuradaya at 730 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wirt Memorial.
804 Balboa Road. Balboa. ,
" CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetlntj In tha LDS Chanel
on Balboa Koaa.
Sunday School ............ i on a.m.
Priaxthnsd Meetlna ...... 10:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting ....... 4:00 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 1:00 pm.
Relief Society: At announcea.
Telephone Balboa. 4227, ;
' AflaBtle Breach' i v
Butldbit 200. Schoolhouta tU(
Kanin. Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatun 364 or Cristobal Iftl
Kiinflav acnmi luar ajn. oujiua. oac-
-mant MeetinB 430 am Prieshood
Meeting 4:30 p.m. Wedneadty Prinary
1:30 pm Wednesday Keller society meet
ing aa announcea.
. CUBUNDU ITtOTfaWART ; l
: Bay. Paul Holloway, Pattov (
o -Office, Curundu 8101
. Home. Curundu 7114 . '
Sunday School ................ t:45
Morning Worship 11 a.m
Youth Meeting ... tl04t V "4.
Evviini Wtvahlp 1 pA
: OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raahael Tha Arehaatal
th BL Wast No I
for Bucharlat! Sunday 81 134 am
Tuasdaya, Wadnaadaya and Thuraday
434 am .. -.
Saoramtnt at onenotj intaunt
-lea) Pint Sunday at each month ai
734 am -'!..- 'i-e-i-r i
-Maaaa' sURhtt!. CavitriaB CaarA'i'
iiirrz j pbubibA b.P -' .-nf-.
IBI Baa. T. amea. a a Baaiap:
- ... affimtma.
MeralnB Aav olio-, at ...a.aaa 40 am
Fellovrahh) Worship at 114 am
Sunday School at
Jivina Sarrioa at ........... 130 pm
' BAHAl CPtTEB '
' BAHAPS CENTEB
U Bli-Jt Rtra-t
Urbanlradon El Carmen. Psnmt Qty
informal Talks ana Discussions
Thuradaya... ... 40 am
Galea. Ith A Praat Streets
analalra Amerleaa Bataar)
Study Claasas Thursdays, 134 am
- BETHEL MISSION CTTUErB
. bpalaba St, Paraiao, QZ. -Bey
Waldaba R Stewart, Patter
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Servica.
.30 p.m. Sunday. School. a. i
J:1S ta, Gospel Service.
Mnnitavi 7-JB Youne Paonla't Snctety
Wednesday: 134, Mid-week Christian
Thursday t 40 Chorr ReheanaL
Friday: 134 Woment Missionary So
ciety. 4 .,
. tfj. s 'aaaaa. ......
THE CHURCH OP GOD
' 1034 Eighth Street Celda
Rev. G. W. GraBdlsea, Pastor
Sunday Schol ............... 4:30 am
Morning Worthip a........... 10:30 a.m.
Night Senrlca 134 pja
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
, Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Shk S
Rainbow City, Canal Font
. Bay. G. W. Graadiaaa. Pastor
Morning Worship .,.l0 0Jn.
Sunday School .............. 10:30 a.m
Night Service lao pm
, THE CHURCH OP GOD
Mrs. Maaaa Hiaaa. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 am
Morning Worthip 11:00 t.m.
Night Servica. 134 pm.
' THB CHURCH OF GOO
"-" Panaasa City ' '
Cat. "N and Mariano Aidsiiiatna Sta
Ray. Was. J. Johns sa. Paster
Sunday School .............. 1:30 IA
Morning Worthip ........... 10:30 am
Night Sal vice t.. ...... ,130 pm
THB CHURCH OP GOD Bla Alaa
Maai Oteare Rd 14th St
Bay. Wm J. Jiihnaea. Pastor
Sunday Schoo .............. 4:34 am
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 ajn.
Night Servica ............... 134 p.m.
DlaMe Heights, C3 ....
. (FuU Gospel)
Spedtl Rnglneert Bldg, Dlsblo Heights
Sunday scnooi : a.m.
Worship Servica 10:45 a.m.
Youth Servica 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:3 p.m.
Wad. Bibla Study A Prayer 730 p.m
. CHURCH OP GOD tPeateeasral)
; Rev. B. E. Wstaon, Overseer
Phona 4-42A' Bos 233. Gamboa
Churches at Paralra. C.Z (Rev. and
Mra. Hermsn G. Whytel. Colon. B P
(Rey. Fernando Lorence), Rio, Abalo
Rr. and Mrs. Charles Havnekl. and
Cstlvl (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday ana weekdays servica at au
cQurcom . .
Posts end Bases
Sunday School ................. fo
Mornmg Worship 1000
Church-Time Nursery School,... 10:00
Sunday Bchoal IBulIdlni No.
Morning Worship .... 14:11
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet- ;
ln and Bible Clasa 130
Sunday School (Bulldinf No
7071 . 4:30
Moming Worship 10:4a
Evening Bibla Study-.... 430
ALBROOR Am FORCE BASE
hunday School 4:fl
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club)., 1:30
Morning Worship ...... O il A 105
Youth Fellowship -. tM
COL. THEODORE J. W. TIEDEKEN (left), director, Inter Amer American
ican American Geodetic Survey, recently presented suggestion award
certificates and letters of appreciation to Mrs. Nellie M. Critzer
(center), lAQS Headquarters employe, and 8p-2 Peter C Ca Cabrera
brera Cabrera (right); 837th Engineer Company Aviation); for their
suggestions resultiner- In -increased efficiency of United States
Army operations. ,Mrs. Critzer received in addition to, the cer cer-taciflte
taciflte cer-taciflte and letter of Appreciation, a check for $15 for simpli simplifying
fying simplifying per diem procedures. (U.S. Army Photo)
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Eevenln Worshlo ............. 130
U S. NAVAL STATION, RwlmaB
ounuar ocnooi -,, ...... v.ou
'Morning Warship .110
Holy Communion Flrtt Sunday
ISth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Holy Communion (Episcopal I., 73n
Morning Worship ............' 4:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
'St ;'Vl. CtlhoUa''-':1",
Daily Mass ...
Sunday Masses 1:30 A
Confessions, Saturday ...1:30 A
Sunday ....I JO
PORT CLAYTON ' .'C. : .' ., i-
Dally Mast ..
7:43 A 4:00
734 A 40
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Daily Mast ........ j'i.i.; 4:.i
Na 111) 10 43U
Confessions. Saturday (Building
aLBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Matt ..................... 40
Saturday Mast ..........it..... 7:00
Sunday Maaset ..........141 A 11:46)
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Daily Msst ................... 4:oo
Sunday Matt a a a a a a 130
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FORT KOBBI k." ' -J
Saturday ............... 3:00
auuiuua aun urv Asa ,,i t;
Saturday ...,..7... 30
USO-JWB (Balboa) ,
: -V ATLANTIC SIDB
' .Prataatant -v '"
PORT DAVIS ,. .-.:, 1
Sunday School ................. -4:45
Morning Worthip 11:00
Midweek FaUowthlp. Thursday..' 130
FORT GULKJK ,f .,
Sunday School ................. 4:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Youth Fellowship Sunday 40
U.S. naval. STATION. Coco Sola
Sunday School 1:30
Daily Mast VSii
Morning Worship 11:00
uoiy communloa Firtt Sunday
i ait Month) ,
Sunday Matt a.
Confessions, Sunday ..v..
FORT OUUCK r
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Sole
uaiiy mass ..
M.. ...... I. aa. ...
WeaVht Servleaa Isi
all Churchet at
Sabbath School I SO am ,L
Divine Servica 11:00 ajn.
Youth's Maetlna AM n m.
Wednesday Biblt Study and Prayer
ocrvicw i aa D m.
Pacific Side Panami A Ralhoa nhHrlat
Pastor W. a Waller Tel. 211 3 asot
caoo varaa, Ave. j. p. de la Oast No,
Chorrillo JStli Ho.' 27 '''" '-'
Pueblo Nuvo 2-A St between 3rd
ana 4tn bis.
Bio Abalo 11th St No. n
Balboa Chapel 0844 Gavilin Rd. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa (Saturday only). ..
Spaalab Charchsa PaaaaU aad
Crhtdbota Dbrrlrl ; -Pastor
Ruben Rult :
Panama.. Calls Darlrn No. S -.' t ..
Criatdbal, llth A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Prijolee.
District Patter A. A. Grlstla :.C
TeL No. 4-102
Gamboa Praltt Parkway Prljolta. S
Atlantic Side CoMa tad -Cristobal
District ';.; '
Pastor Neblett TeL 33:124 v f
, Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal ISth A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan RoadTel.
1151.. ,.. ...
Jewtn Walfara Board Bid tn!r- (.a
Boca aoau, Balboa. CX. Ribbl Nathan
Wilkin Director. ,.
Servle-. Prldav. Ida bjm., nahmta
too pro v"
(Sea a HI llstinta of aawt.h ai..a.
unCer Baaet and Stations).
ConarotfMtinn Knl RHaaHth laraai a
nlda C"h. and 34th Street Bella Vista.
raoanas -uy, cervices a :uw pjn,
RPTDKMER LUTHERAN CRURCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
. Rev. Robert P. Gussick, Pastor,
P.O. Boa 484, Balboa. t t-Sunday
Sunday t-Sunday SchooL Bibla clasa IM ijb
Divine Servica 10:11 ajn.
"Divine Servica at Mareartta' tin at
Margaret'! XoiacoDal Church) Snnriav
M Saint Peter's ;
.si.'' i r-t,. ;t ;i k:,.. .:
Several eandldateiere enroll enrolled
ed enrolled for confirmation with' the open,
ing of a class at St. Peter's church
in La Boca last Sunday morning
by the Rev. John' Spear. Others
have sent in applications to join
tomorrow morning when the class
meets again for Instruction. at
Lnurcn school and. the-confirm-.
ation class will be followed by chor-'
al communion at 10:30, dedicated
to the work of the Episcopal
church among the Indians in Nia-ragua.-
, .. ..
- Members of -the .Ptrishr Walfare
CfHincii are requested to attend a
meeting which will be held in the
pariah hall, at noon.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt will be
guest preacher at a special terv terv-cie
cie terv-cie cf evensong,, the. first Sunday
night in August. Rev. Wentt was
recently ordained as a deacon be before,
fore, before, returning taJhi.thmmirom
seminary, indi is ajsistidg. 10 st
Aioan i cnurcn in jaraiso. 1-
JAcomr cn miki
' By OSWALD JAC0BY
Written for NIA Sorvica
1 NOKTH tl
AM - AA972
VQ4 WflU t9'
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aw 114 aiuca vuj.. i
North Ett South
Pass J A Pass
Past J Jp i.
Past Sa Pan
It Past Pan
Opening lead 4 K
Whea-today's-hand wai nlaved
in the recent regional tournament
in Dayton; my ion Jim and bit
partner' earned a good score for
defeating three heart. But per per-hapr
hapr per-hapr the good score wasn't earned,
but handed to them at a present.
' Jim opened the king of diamonds
from tha West hand and shifted
to e club when, hit partner played
the deuce- of diamonds. It was
then easy for the defense to set
two clubs, two diamonds, and the
ace of spades. South eventually
floundered around 'and took a
trump finesse,, thus going down
two. : 'v f
f : .
The' defense wax rnmnptunt
enough. At tome other tables, the
West player led a spade at the
second iricK.. alter which Soutu
was bound to- make at least nine
tricks. At one or two tables die
defenders actually allowed declar
er to .make, 10 tricks. 1
The 'real Interest of -the hand
lay, however,' in the bidding rath
er man in me; play. North's bid
of .three hearts wai a -tactical
blunder. If North bad merely
passed. West would have been set
two tricks, and North-South would
have won 200 points instead of los losing
ing losing 100 or, 200 points. ;y -r
It is correct, to compete for the
part score when you have a hand
of average strength, provided that
your hand is better for offense
than for defense. When the oppo
site is. true, as In today's hand,
your only question is whether to
pass or double. A further bid
serves' only to rescue" the enemy
k Bdyish -Prdnk;
iS, WitlGTON. MjiX (UP)
- .inpjitpr .v- .ii kBvitin.a ifa,
"3peer oa ivayoura yesieraav
Uismasef. jj g tjoyisji, pran Ja na went to chooI-
sne burnuijj of a 'wboaen cross last
uisht in tue onvewayof nis nome'thlne like thai' 3 1 v ,7V
.t tmVtt .-u irf somerj Trom wtilrT?
. m was etuier' a-"lxyyuhnranb m Hitrii.i i mistii k. ...kia
CP H-war0M-r)yowr!D0Tjy out
siae my aistrict," Rgyburn told
reporter.; 'becau'se n people i who
Uve in my district would! uio
PLAN TO ATTEND
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
9:30 BIBLE SCH0LL
1 1) Mil rtlflRNINfi WnRC.HIP i
iavsti isi f VttWIIII
. ; 4 "FOREIGNERS WELCOME" !sa. 56 -V
. Children's Qhapel Robert Snyder1. .," -K-6
:30 B.T.U. Traininjr in Christian Lvintr M"
; ,. 7;30-r'THE MISSING
f -i- : -...! EVERYONE
. 1 M' B f.linii.'. -aa,
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COMING NEXT SATURDAY SURDAY
' ; WILLIAM CARLE -.v::L::V',
. Conyerteci, Broadway and Opera Singer W
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Convenient connection via Guest
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Hotel El Pnam
tr. (INCORPORATED BY ROIAL COiRTElt II4) v v,;
WAST FREIGHT AND f ASSENGElt SERVICES vt
TO COLOMBIA,' ECUADOR, PERU AND CBILB
S.S. "KENTJTA" ......L.....,1.I...............ABt. 4f
S.8. "COTOPAXI't i ,, i
KSo "REINAi DEL, MAR''
TO UNITED KINGDOM via
of aiin ana
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tom) ......July 28
8.S. "REINA DEL MAR" 80,225 Tom tf I
( Air-Condi tloned); '. ... .Sept. t
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVERRY- ................... .......:...Ang. 10
M.V. "SAMANCO'' ; . . ; . Aug. 13
. ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND C : -r"
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roiin ri rvr PANAMA Ave. fern No. SS'TeL' S-lij78 -wwu
nr. INC. IBALBOA-Tirm. Bldg. TeL M905
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THE SAVINGS BANK
institution Guaranteed by the Stat.
? Pay. 2. Intcresl Annaally on Saving' Aotintl ;
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
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"We make roans'vrlth guarantees on first mortage i
vi-M-o j y ... or other securities.' V' yp
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00 )f:
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks. 1
Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and I
-, uwuuuiviiia, in
OFFICE W PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
" corner of "I Street
' c i"i7fr
Ql Aa De ROUX,
' i". HOURS :
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From 8:01 bjh. to 12:31 fi.ta.
' 'SATURDAYS: from 8:00 bjb. te 12:M p m.
BACHELOR AND EIGHT
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S0MERVTLLE, Mass. UPV-
Thomas H. Joy has eight children
and a newly earned bachelor of
i j T n,.i.jr
iaw ucgi ce nuiu jjosuid college.
Joy had interrupted his law stud
les to become an accountant but
,8ter decided Ije'rf rather be glaw
who wanU to tifft-the prpemet
conwntions...which the real Ceata
ocrts of -Texas 'are' going to tr
CHURCH THIS sllNDAY
MIB .'.'i ht
for all ages
CHRIST" IMkt 2 ?
WELCOME '' 1
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f VYindsorlDotroif and Hie Midwest
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' Addled Alley?
: Schedule Of Isthmian Tours
For August Announce!
A Khhdule of tours in Psnsma
and the Canal Zone during the
month nt Auaust under tha joint
sponsorship ot the Panama Tour Tour-Bureau
Bureau Tour-Bureau and the USO-JWB Arm
ed Forces Center, was announced
yesterday, ? v .Vv .:; '.
Saa Bias Islands F. ;
Aug. 8, and 26. Two more trips
have been scheduled. Special ar arrangements
rangements arrangements allow these trips to be
offered lor just $15.
The success of the Julf trip
trought the Canal has warranted a
repeat performance on Aug. 12.
After a train ride to Gatvm, a Pa Pa-nsna
nsna Pa-nsna Canal-licensed 1 a u n c h is
boarded for the return trip to Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel. Stops are made at the
Gamboa signal tower and Barro
Colorado Island. Explanations are
furnished by the tour conductor
who will then proceed with the
passengers by auto to the Mira Mira-flures
flures Mira-flures locks where an on-the-scene
exnlanation ot ships traversing the
locks will be made. The charge
On Aug. 13 A boat trip will be
made to the historic town of Porto Porto-belo.
belo. Porto-belo. A stoo will be made at White
Beach located on the Orange Keys
for a swim and picnic. In Porto-
hln. home of the Black Christ eel
ebration, ample time will be had
for visits which will Include the
thrae ancient sold-storase fortifies
tions, the old cemetery and the
beginning of the Portobelo.-Old Pa Panama
nama Panama Las Cruces Trail. Two meals
will be included
Labor Day Excursions
The Labor Day weekend of Sept.
1- Swill feature three day trips
to the Sen Bias and the Danen
country for which $25 will cover
all1 expenses including meals, pic
nics, sleeping facilities, transports
turn and signtseeing.
Also on tan for the same week
end with the cooperation of COPA
airlines is a two-day all expense
trip to Costarica, pnceo t $to,
Information is now available for
a five-day World Series trip to
New York; the Oct 21 Black
Christ celebration at Portobelo; ex
cursion to Lima, Peru, for Nov. 17 17-25;
25; 17-25; and a Dec. 28-30 trip to Medal-
lin and Bogota. t;
For Information and reservations
telephone the USO-JWB Balboa
4321 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. After 4:30 and
on weekends teiepnone a a 1 0 0 a
......... i ir
cool! man, cool
CHICAGO -(UP)-The Drake
Hotel has announced the comple completion
tion completion of a 100 per cent air condi conditioning
tioning conditioning program started in 1954.
The system- consists of a 100-ton
refrigerating cpmpressor, a wa water
ter water chiller, a circulating pump,
and an evaporative condenser. The
individual room units are installed
in the fare of in the closets and vary in power
.'with the size of the room.
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t:3 People Chole
10:00 Ccore Cebel '.
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81TTT.IUT, JT1T W, 1936
TEZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
; Jt miff L Maiml If ulyLmi mp: 3-0740 2074t
ley, Schork, Bell, Esquivel, Marti
nez, Aiichelson, Stuart. Valoney,
Rockewood, Payne," Plaut, Baker,
Ehringer. Kietsman. Pollard.
Schlager, M.x Smith. Trent. Arose-
raena, Mraus, Brown, Burke, Hunt,!ercss, Santo Tomas hospital
Matheney, white, Ziminerman.B-': Children's Hospital.
aiu, nuucrisua, bane, len&ycK,
Morris, Vasquei and Hirschmann,
- Mrs. Lastmo Armas, wile of the which are Jiadhj needed in her
rresiaeni oi iiuaiemaia, wis uie country.
most active of the visiting Presi-l Like anv food ambassador Mn
dents' wives here during the re- Ar rats put in a plug for her counJ
Flashing a bright smile every- centiy has. been acquiring fame in
wucic sue weiii. site niuveu onsn-iuie aiaies. Her entirn nmrrirnha
ly. following -- a heavy personal; which the brouaht to Panama was
kcneouie, as weu as luiuuinz ner niaae witn Guiimi in mutori.i.
umcii auues.- I "i leei venr croud wav in
Last Saturday, which was her wear our thin
first morning here, she made the. as dresses she said, "silver and
rounis of Panama s social welfare; gold work in our country is very
institutions, including the Red good and its fame has eone'be-
ana jona our borders some lme ago.
Hospital Will Receive
Precteds Of Dance
Airs, tlena Lyon, president Of tion of Panama. iuMitPHino to all! At thi
A GESTURE OF WELCOME At the Doctors' Wives Luncheon
president, Mrs. Walter F. Harney presents Mrs. L. F. Wilson,
wlfoof the newly arrived Chief Surgeon, USARCARIB, with
her souvenir Guatemalan doll and copy of the club's constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, Mrs. Wilson was one of twenty-one new members wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the club at this luncheon. (U.S. Army Photo) ;
MEMBERS OP PERUVIAN COLONY CELEBRATE
PERU'S PROCLAMATION OF INDEPENDENCE
' Members of the Peruvian Colony assembled at noon today
at the" Embassy, residence, where a reception was given by
Peruvian Ambassador to Panama, German Arambn Lecaros,
to celabrate the Proclamation of Peruvian Independence. Tho
inauguration of Peru's President-elect, Dr. Manuel Prado was
celebrated at tne same tune.
Dr. MrealsJ. da Obaldia
Wad Mil. Janin Lanavri
Mrs. Maria Olimpia de Obaldia,
poetess laureate' of Panama, has
announced tha marriag of ; htr
sun. Dr. Marcelo Jaime de Obal
dia. to Mile. Janine Laneyrie.
Th bride is the daughter Of
M. and Mrae. Maurico Laneyrie,
of Paris. Dr. de Obaldia is a
graduate of Princeton University,
of the Institute for Advanced In International,
ternational, International, Studies of Paris and
of the University, of Paris where
he bbtained a Doctor's degree in
. International Law. He is a son of
late Congressman Mr: Jose de O O-baldia
baldia O-baldia Jovane, and the grandson
of the second President of Pana Panama
ma Panama Mr: Jose Domineo de Obal-
bia. -His rat-grandfather Mr. in conjunction with the post's
Jose de 01 ,ia -wasiPresident-of Service. Club's ."Know yonr Neich-
the Republic of Colombia more not' policy, military shutlevbug
attendance;'! mesdameV' Fingerbut,
Focie, Simms, Winsky, Zislis, Hi-
iiBuieim, ju wniter retut, Sauser,
Nichols,- Seymour, tHarpole. Gar
ner.., Ston4U W.. WeUs Woodman
Petz. Wilson, AngUn, P. Wells'
A'tman Cosgrove, Dougherty,
Kohl, Pner, Shirakov, Smith.
nwivwuey, nugnes, taanes, Han
1 toftC DartlCUUirlv mfntinnerl K
Aiier apenauig a grueumg oay. recer.i "Mayaianaia" festival in
Sunday, waiting for her husband New Orleans, at which clothing
and the other eighteen visiting and jewelry designed by Guatema Guatema-Pressdents
Pressdents Guatema-Pressdents to complete the iuuS;lans with national motifs was
drawn-out signing of the Delcara-i shown.
tinn nf Panama. tut Nataiiina t n Xi At tkA i n, .
wrl4 Kttalnter ") speeches which aiicompanied; by Mrs. Ricardo Arias, wife of thi
ican Women a Club, jnnouneed to- this ceremony, she appeared ra- President of Panama, Mrs. Cas
day that the Poho Benefit DanctUiacf and sparkling at the g S 1 a Ho Armas wore an attractive black
rIvtJ JT- .y. boero featur-
.wo.... y.w niiu Mon, wmcn was neia ue iw ins a woven design of small auet auet-w
w auet-w so successful that the hospital tel 1 Panama that night. zais; the national bird of Guatema
will receive Jl.853.00 proceeds. Next morninr.-.she arose brieht'la. which v., Lu VI
and early and was visiting the ul-ied. v
tra modern Polyclinic by 8:3d a.m.j Ms. Armas said that she Mt
HU1 thrill every time she saw
pne-of the ladies from Panama or
tho Canal Zone wearing Guatema Guatemalan
lan Guatemalan skirts and .dresses. As popular
as these costumes are here, she
Tills tatmr& a a. u. .
enjuyea ner visit.
Isle Of Springs
Lodge To Install
The Installation of nffinr f
the Loval isle of SDrines Lodge,
No. 8150,- for the 1956-19? term
vu.ko mate in meir loage
hall Tuesday evening at p nv;
The fifliowins; officers win fee
insUlled: E. Drew. N.O.; Ethel Ethel-bert
bert Ethel-bert Lewis, R5 N.G., I. Austin,
L.S.N.G., S. H. Applewhite. V.O.;
N. Cunnlnhm, RS.V.O.; F.
Ottey. L-S.V.G.: Ivan Haywood,
I.P.N.G.: Conrad Drd. elective
secretary: ;penry Led?erwoo'1,1
P.S.; A. F.-iDel, warden; -,W.
namiiMin, i.u.; AUOrey Smlttl,
treasurer. - i
Officers and members of sis sister
ter sister lodges are Invited to attend.
ft J n
If w is. A i : t :tJf Z m m
have you heard
piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
midnlte to 4:30 a m. in the
air-conditioned;, f poa Bar.
(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 am
George also plays the piano -,
10 p.m. 2 a.m- Sun.. Tues.. Wed. Thurs.
Kcbbs Service Club
ih i iMihirv am
The wedding was solemnized at
St. Paul's hurcn in wasningion,
D. C, today. After a brief honey-
moon in Maine, the i newly weds
will make their homo at Washing.
V ton,' D.C.y where Df.ae Obaldia
holds a posstion with the Orgam Orgam-"
" Orgam-" zatioa of American States
VisKns' D.A.R." Mtmbtr :
Hanored At Luncheon -
Mrs, Jens Niisert of D 1 a b 1 o
Heights, Regent of the Panama
' Canal Chapter. Daughters of the
American Revolution, gave a
luncheon today at the Albrook Of
ficers' Club -in- honor of Mrs.
Charles W. King who is a visitor
on the Isthmus.
Mrs. King is a member of the
Peggy Stewart Tea Party Chapter,
D.A.R.i of Annapolis. Maryland
Among the guests were recently
lecled officers of the Panama Ca
' fcal Chapter and past Regents of
the Organization, in addition to
other friends of the honoree. j
' Approximately 20 ladies attend-
d the 'affair.
21 Now Doctors' Wivos
Welcomed At Club Lunchten
A seaside motif greeted the eyes
f the twenty-one newcomers to
the Doctors' Wives' Oub. at a
luncheon, which was held, Wednes
day, at ort uayton o 1 1 1 e e r s
' Club. : i 'I
A seafood menu" was served and
the sea shore theme was carried
out with blue tablecloths,, so ai
shells, driftwood, and conch shells.
Sea shell name-tags were pinned
on each member or guest as they
arrived' by the committee which
included, Mrs. James B. Nichols,!
Mrs. Lloyd A. White, Mrs. Karl
W. Woodman, Mrs. Clare E. Gar Garner,;
ner,; Garner,; Mrs. E. G. Turlington, and
Wr. Robert R. Pettit
Newcomers welcomed to t h e
club were Mesdames Altman An-j
fhn. Wells, Wilson, Stone, Rocke Rockewood,
wood, Rockewood, Payne, Plaut, Baker, Ehrin.
: ier, Kietzman, Pollard, Wchlager,
1 Maloney M Smith, Trent, Arose Arose-mena,
mena, Arose-mena, Straus, Kane, Vasquei, and
Hirsohman.. As each new member
is welcomed to the club she is pre presented
sented presented with a colorful souvenir
Guatemalan doQ along with a co copy
py copy of the club constitution.
Arrangements were m a d to
move the record player from the
playroom to the Polio Ward and to
Buun!y additional records for the
patients now In isolation on Ward
1. ... '"-.- .,. ,.
Final plans. were made for the
luthcoming Doctors' Wives Cha Charity.
rity. Charity. Fashion show to be held Au
gust 9, at the Fort Amador Offi-i
cers' t:lub. Mrs. W. O. Dougher Dougherty
ty Dougherty is chairman of the ticket sales;
with the following members assist.
ing at the various posts. Mrs. Ed-1
ward D. Morns, Albrook, Mrs.
Ken Zimmerman, Balboa, Mrs.
James B. Nichols, Fort-Clayton;.
Mrs. Stanley G. Winsky, Fort Kob Kob-be,
be, Kob-be, Mrs. B. L. Hughes, Jrs. Ama Amador
dor Amador Club, Mrs. Wlater F. Hanley,
Navy; Mrs. Harold H. Hoops, Jrs.
Navy-' Mrs. E. W. Michelsen, Gor.
gas; Mrs. William Brown, Balboa;
Mrs. W. K. Bell, Gorgas; and Mrs.
Louis Zislis, Fort Kobbe. Tickets
went on sale yesterday, and can
be obtained by contacting any
member, of .the Doctors' Wives'
Club.-w. ..,. -.v..
The following members are in
enthusiasts of the 20th Infantry
Regiment and attached units s on
Fort Kobbe will be given the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to earn cash and at the
same time discover the' wonders of
uie ranaraa tanaL
Av"Canal Photo Contest," in inspired
spired inspired by Mrs. Dorris B. Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, club director, and Lt. Col.
Leslie C Wood, executive officer
of USARCARIB Special Serives,
will commence on Wednesday, and
run for a total of three week.
Contestants may submit as ma many
ny many photos as desired in both black
and- white and eolor categories.
Judging, will be based on interest
of subject, clarity, orginality and
techniques employed., in both cate
gories futures may depict views
of the canal itself, operation of the
iocks in action or snips in transit.
judging win take place on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Aug. 24. On the following eve evening,
ning, evening, a- special movie presenta
uoo of the construction of Panai
ma canal will be shown in t h e
club's "art room" where all pho
tos wiu oe on display. This will be
followed by the serving of refresh
ments to the contestants and
their guests, as well as the award awarding
ing awarding of is in cash to each of th
first place winners in the separate
Judges for the contest will he
Eugene Derr, president of the Dia
blo heights Camera Club, his wife,
and Col Miller.
The Door show.- to which all ner.
formers donated their services,
was highr hted by tne Harnett
and Dunn dance team, and Harry
Bus, song stylist. ;vV' J
Merchants of Colon also helped
to make the dance a success by
aonaung s door prizes and. a bas
ket of liquor. 4 ; v
Dan Af Yratos Brook fai;'-''
Country Club f- .'
A semi -formal dance will be held
at the Brazos Brook Country Club
this evening from 8:30 p.m. until
12:30 a.m. Members of the Cotil
lion Club will dance to the music
of the Royal. Sultans i,
Visitors Honored Withjr'.jf
Luncheon, Card Party .'j,-
Mrs. CM. 'Houston g a v e a
luncheon followed by bridge and
canasta at her home in Margarita
on Thursday afternoon.- Guests of
honor were Mrs. Louise Utteweiler
of Houston, Texas, who is visiting
with Captain anji Mrs; J. P. John Johnson:
son: Johnson: and Mr.' asdMrs? Simon Van
Wout of Savanaahi-"Georgia house-
guest of Captain and Airs. C. W.
Lewis. Mrs. W, T.-Clute was the
winntr at bridge and, the rpize for
canasta went to urs. K. H. swain.
MOTHER-IN-LAW HAS KEY TO
That afternoon; at aa ; informal
ineeimg witn me local press, jars.
Armas spoke enthusiastically., a-
Doui me institutions she .nad in
spected here. : ,-
She told of her Interest in : the
children's nurseries in her own
home, where a system of nurser
ies i set up to. take care of the
children of jwotking, mothers. Very
soon, she said,' the expect to 1 1-naugurate
naugurate 1-naugurate e i gTi t playgrounds.
This leter is reprinted for the
benefit of women who think' it is
impossible to get alone with one
daushter-ln-la W. It is written b v a
woman who is mother-in-law to six'na Irvine,
young wives and loves them all. IKusickv Haddonfield,N.J.; Ethyl
I have six daughters-in-law and intton, wild wood, and Paul Ren
get along just fine witlh them me, wiiawooa crest,N-K.r
all. I love them and they seem to
f Killed, 16 Injured
Plows Into Dieir1
WILDW00D,- N.. J, July ) 28 -(UP)
A loaded tractor trailer,
plowed into. th middle of a self self-powered
powered self-powered diesel railroad coath yeiTi
terday and jolted it. Is u m 1 its
tracks, killing one person anqlin anqlin-juring
juring anqlin-juring 19 others.
Jesse Turner, 26, of 'Woodbfne;
N.J., operator: of a truck loaded
with fish,, was. killed in the colli collision
sion collision at a fig-shrouded crossing. ,A
nearby resident said tho'; impact
"sounded likCj thunderjolap.l' ?-
The rear wheels of the fast-moving
Pennsylvania Reading; Sea Seashore
shore Seashore Line coach were knocked
from the rails but momentum kept
the car on the tracks for. several
feet before-it topppled over.
Four passengers, were admitted
to Burdette-Tomlin'' Memorail Hos-
pltaal at Cape May-Court House in
serious condition. They "were An-i
Lansdowne, Pt.; Mary
GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. flflM
While two youths tried to set
dates with two girls, their accom accomplice
plice accomplice stole $11 from the girls' un unguarded
guarded unguarded apartment, police reported.
they -were my own daughters
don t give them any advice unless
they ask for it. I try to help them
out whenever they ask for ray
neip, but I wait for them to ask.
I don t dron in on them. In
stead. I keep myself busy and go
to their homes only when 1 am
invited. : t
' I am a widow without income
and my daughters-in-law seein.as
ready to help me as are my sons.
They also teach their children to
love me. So I think mothers-in-law
and daughters-in-law can learn to
love each other and help, each oth
er if they really want to."
Any mother-in-law. 'who is find
ing it difficult to get along with a
daughter-in-law ought to learn
lot from this letter, r.,.;:-:-..-
Points To Keep In Mind
For it t makesv several f good
Treat your, daughter-in-law as
though she were your own daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Go easy on advice. .Dont
smother your daughter-in-law with
help, but be ready to lend a hand
when your help is asked for.
Keen busy witn your own me.
Give your daughter-in-law all the
privacy she wants ana neeas,
visiting her on invitstion only.
Give her full credit lor every
thing she does for you. And most
Important of all, desire with all
your heart to get along with your
daughter-in-law. n j ; i
You've got to reaiiy-' want ner
love in order to be able to win it.
You don't really want her love
if you are critical of bet1, if you
look for hurts, or if you resent ner
being the center of your son'r life.
For $1.00 a week, for 33 weeks you receive
""-"' .": 1 -s! J '-.'. '" f V'1.'
i' 'i'"' : '-' '" --I "v- ,:
$35.00 worih in RCA ViaOR Records :
1 ,at U.S. LIST PRICE
, If your number playg you may receive
. .i '.'-
$35.00 for ONLY $1.C0
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YOU CAN NOT LOSE. .;. '-
'No. 9-13 Central Ave. Phones 2-23G 2-3361
ONLV SIX MONTHS MORI
?TBENT0l!f N,J.(UP) -J
iisyu Donald Connolly Tight sum
mer temperature-with psychology.
Stacked in the center of bis desk
is a pile. of Christmas cards.
CHOPS IN ITALIAN
VERSION PERT AND. SAUCY ;
" ByCAYNOR MADD0X
NEA Pood ami Markets Editor
Det MazzaTls in active4young
man with an active annotit. u.
is -manager of one -of the D'Ago-l
stino : Brothers quahty supermar-1
kets.in New York, also father of
two and husband of a wonderful1
cooki e x-' -i-, -I
o:askeil.him.!(or th dish his)1
atrctiv,. .fife .cooka best. "Ah, I
she, does io many that are best.'
he rephed. "But veal chops like
With appropriate gestures and'
warm smiles. Al described thai
Get fine veal s chops, Brown
them In butter or olive oil. Then
place them In a shallow' casserole.!
You need a rich, Italian meat!
sauce, the kind vou use an n.
ghetti; If you make the sauce,
cook it slowly for a long time, 2
to 3 hours. Or you can use a top
quality canned,, spaghetti sauce.
, On., top'of each' browned veal!
ehop place thin slices of mozza mozza-rella
rella mozza-rella cheese On top V the moi moi-sarella
sarella moi-sarella cheese,.' shake grated Par
mesan cheese very t liberally. I
Now it is time for the mat
sauce.; pour it over the chops.
, Place the casserole in a slow
oven;(275 degrees1 F.) "d hake
until Tchops Hre- tender and .all
cheese melted, about SO or 40 min
utes. .Serve with plain spaghetti
or noodles, or steamed rice.
KENNY ADAMS at'his PIANO at the Bar ROOSEVELT
'awaiting your pleasure nightly from 9 p.m.
o'mplimerAsUPXbkwoOD.' tU 1
' wkK n 10 Feather FinisK ensures
' ' that I0 make'uP 15
''W; perfect at ail times.
- Nothing equals it for
retouching ; it is a blend"
f of fine YardleV Powder
" and delicate cream.
The merest touch of it
restores your beauty
, and your morale
W I : f I
5i -WHfti Y
good nan, alwap Ugit whh
; 1 TAROUY COMFLSXIOM roWDia
, S Jr ".J ttmck with Futh finish
YARDLtY i' 33'0tD BOND STREET' LONDON
4 .ft ;
Tou can't make it better- for Qufc has
the rich, true chocolate flavor that only v
Nestle's" gives. You can't make it faster
add 2 heaping teaspoons of Quilt;
powder to cold milk, stir, and it's ready.?
' Delicious Quik'atays mixed, stays..
, chocolaty! Tour kids will drink more milk
when it's QUIK-mixed.
lHOT4OR COID-DEIICIOUS IITHtR WAY
Qaici : j t
BWaa,-.-..--. v. fXttP- ..... -'.' S j-W -t' j
TEX riXAMl AMERICA ATI TXZUESZTST DAILY 'XFTS?aTEX .',
I ; YOUXAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H STREET, PANAMA
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PR. & a. FABRIGA. 0.0.1
rhoaa raaaam t-855J
TRANSFORTES BAXTER. "IK
rackets wn "Try;
Fhoneo 1-2451 2-25
PANAMA RIDING $CH0OL
Riding Jumping eieseee
a ay nppawrmom.
HARUETT & DUI1N
-. ..nun nivn STUDIO
'"TEACHES UNTIl tOD UtABir
Balboai t-t at f aa.1 a-lns
Studio. El Panama Hotel
We ehaeo Van Fifara",
1 ( McLevJ MicbtaJJ
weaisa ineosaae r'T
, lot mala and.teasale
H Jnta Aiwaawoa f.
Canal Zone Ladies
Fot Smart and Lovely Hair
. Donble Laaoiina Vtis S.
Y.U.C. A.. Beauty Salon
Held At Fort Davis
For Col. Pederson
In honor of their new command commanding
ing commanding officer, Lt Col. R. W. Peder
cnn. a Third battalion 20th Infan
try regimental retreat ceremony
was hem on tne f ori uavis paraue
grounds recently. Approximately
360 Sykea Regulars participated
from the battalion's Hq "I," "K"
and "M" companies,
A special tribute was "given to
the battalion's retiring sergeant
major -M SgtHoward BriU. Ser Ser-..nt
..nt Ser-..nt itriU- leaves the Command
shortly after having served in this!
capacity for w momns. -
Highlighting the afternoon parade
was the presentation of three ath athletic
letic athletic trophies to. two of the batta battalion's
lion's battalion's companies by' Lt. Col. Doy
H. Carr, deputy post commander,
- "H" company was awarded, the
boxing trophy for winning the Ar Army
my Army Atlantic championship. Receiv Receiving
ing Receiving the award was Sgt, Ronald
R. RaJtentine, company eoacn,
tnm renresentated 12 men
in the local tournament. The unit
also copped tne runner-up u w
i- u fcnct'o hnwiintf leaeue.
First place bowling trophy went
19 Ik, COOlliaujr, ;
1954 WUlyi Station Wagon
In good condition. Price
$1,500 easy terms. Call
Eisenmann, phone 2-4505.
SECURITIES JN PAMiMA:
i : qavtatleswby
ajOAf, axATOSSt ASSOOATTf
. ,v.,.-:i;'.-''.,.W Ask
Abattoir Waekmal ...... U
sum WUnOott ...... 418
Ceaiente Panaini ....m. 78
Corvecerla Jtadonal ..
caiidcana de Jcbe m..' U
CUyoa' ...... ......; .: ..
epce Cola ,t.i'-:t .. .f-.'.,'.
CuaaW CeeaerefaJeo -Piet
wtth Com. ..... :
! Dsef11i(Iora Haeknal
rinsjttlera Istrtafia -;'"' '
TriL with Couu ) ."
Prat. With Com, .,Jo J
fuorza f Ltja Prat ... 47 11
a-ucna 1 tun Can. ... 10 -Botalm
General da Srftrrce .. tt
Panameflsr da Aaaltea
Panamefia do ribraa ...
Panamafta da Tabaoa 10
Teetro Bellavasta ......
restre Central -.
I Street Me. IS '.
Agendas Internal, da Publicaclonas
Me. i utter nam ". ,.y
. CASA2ALDO V
Central Am. U
FOR SALE.-Westingheeae re re-frigerater
frigerater re-frigerater $75, 25-eycle. Diable
Heights 5520. Fhone 2-4126.
FOR SALI Kanmhra autamatic
wtkr $150; aambaa aad ma ma-fcafany
fcafany ma-fcafany Maa labia $15; ttaal
iraaiag aaira" $5; Uiph. ate :
Panama 3-0409. Apt. Na 2
"Caiiha" BW." Rkarrfa Arias
Straat, Camaa Alafra.
FOR SAL!: 4-kuniar Mag
Ckaf (a ttava, aaartmant tiia,
feea caaditiaa $50. Via Araaa Araaa-tiaa
tiaa Araaa-tiaa Na. 59. Apt. 5 ar call 3-
1571. III. A
FOR SALI-2 aMttrattat,
$10 aach; 4 mahaaaay labia
$10. Hauia 2049 Caraaa'u. Tal Tal-apbaaa
apbaaa Tal-apbaaa 13-7106. r .
FOR JALl: 25ylt rafriaara rafriaara-tar,
tar, rafriaara-tar, aaw aait, $65. CaH Balbaa
"3461. ?!',:' "'v.o.v" .w.
FOR SALE: Mahagsny dining
; raam labia, 6 chairs $35. Hausa
1573-F. Phana Balbaa .2-3676.
FOR SALE: Badroom and. din dining
ing dining raera itts. Spaeial prica tor
antira lot; will considar ranon-.
abla attar far individual sat.
Navar sisad. Call -089$.
FOR SALi Twa bambaa chair
wmarching faet staols. Curun Curun-da
da Curun-da 4122.
FOR SALI: 2 wkkar chairs
$5 aach;-2 Rattan thairt, and
tablaa $23.50r yauth bad. ax ax-.
. ax-. callant condition $32.50; play
pan $10. Phana Curundu 7282.
FOR SALC-Bautiful 6-bumsr
gas stava "Caloric," bast ofiar;
brga avarstuffad chair, racaatly
rauphalstarad $50; mahogany
consala ands $50; largo yallow
string rug $20; hand-bleckad
linan draparias $10; 8 prs. raf raf-flad
flad raf-flad nylon curtains with rods $8;
2 madam chairs $20 aa. ward-,
raba trunk "Oskash" $40; csf csf-faa
faa csf-faa labia $5; badsida labia $10. ;
Na. 4, Cilia I, Apt. No. 2, El
FOR SALE;V- 2 Chinasa rags
9x12; 1 fikar rug 9x12, 1 grass
rug 8x10; 1 Chinasa chasf, of
drawars; 1 dask; I chaw banch
and chests j vena'tian blinds
6'x8 and 6'xlOV drapasi 4.
chosts of drawari 25?x25,8t W
with 14 drlwaiiJKaaitdklll fak 41
Saa Shall collection); asahagany
baakcasa; lamps;'-. Xmas lights
and ernamants; Sunbdam Mix Mix-master,
master, Mix-master, waffle Iran, taastar, cof coffee
fee coffee maker, Coleman lanterns,
misc. items. Phono: Navy 3538.
Apt. 209-B, Rodman. ;
U. S. John J. Rhodes
Thursday from New York
Panama liner Cristobal and. willitne English-speaking Peoples
arrive in Cristobal on Wednesday.
Rhodes is accompanied by
is accompanied by Jus
wife add three children, fie repre-
sent tne First District -of Arizona.
Among the '325 passengers sail sailing
ing sailing tor Cristobal was Dr. Irving J.
Strumpf, .chief of -obsterics and
gynecology at Gorgas Hospital Dr.
Strumpf is accompanied by his
wife and their two children.'
The completirnadvance passen.
tfer list for Cristobal follows:"
Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Aldrich
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
r'.S. Baumbach and daughter;
Mrs. Carrie Boland; Mrs. Odilia
de Brown and daughter; Miss Eth Ethel
el Ethel Aurkhardt: Mrs. Eva Chassey;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffin and
six children: Mrs. Hilda Coleman;
Mrs. -Ann Mane fJouos; Mr. and
Mrs. William Condons Mrs. E E-lizabeth
lizabeth E-lizabeth Corioraflr Mrs. Domenica
Costello; Dr. and Mrs, S. H. Craw,
ford; Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.
Cullen: Mr. and Mrs.-Kenneth T,
Daly and two children; Mrrs. Ju
lia if. DODtasana nr. anq mrs.
Neil A. Dohertv and three children.
Mrs. Mary G. Elliott: miss jean
Elnott: Mr. and Mrs. Annur u.
Endicott: Mrs. Amy M. Farnham;
Miss Patricia Farrell; Mr. and
Mrs; Alfred H. Xavericji; ., Daniel
H. George: Miss Rose Gonnelu;
Mr. and Mrs. Dulcldid Gonzalez
N.: Mr. and Mrs. Frtncis a,- Har Harrington;
rington; Harrington; Miss Mariam D. Hirsch;
Mr-Albert MjenKina ano son;
Mrs; Wanda J. .Jenkins" and two
children; and M iss Cbarlottt
Jones. Am.?" rj
Mine T.niian M KaDlan! Mr.
anfl Mrs. J. Don Kerun: Miss Hel
en McCarthy;. Mr. an4 Mrs-Rob-ert-R.
McCoy and daughter;. Mr.
and Mrs. William D. McGowm
and- ton: Miss Elizabeth Macko;
Mrsr. Edna Morin; miss tisuier
Madiiro; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Mast; Mrs. Corinne JMerrill; Mrs.
Jessie Miller and Mr. and Mrs.
Hnwarrl F. Munrn. ft t
Mrs. L. C. newman'uscar ra ra-vesi;
vesi; ra-vesi; Mr. and Mrs. Ardrey Peyton;
Mist Ellen Powis; Mr. and Mrs.
Sni. Palitz: Mrs. Marsaret R e d-
mond and son; Ward Ryan; Wil William
liam William Schneider: Mr. and Mrs. AL
len Schwartr; Mrs. Sophie Shape Shape-ro:
ro: Shape-ro: Mr. Mildred S, 6hermanK Mr.
and Uni;, Perciv.al 'J.J. : Steindler
Miss Ann Siegel, Mrs. Ruth 0.
Tillman and Miss Ruth Tillman;
;. in I Cmtiaia
" Me. Street,
. j em at lily In J St.
f OR SALE
FOR SALI: '52 Stadabakar
Canvartibla Cammaaa'ar, whita whita-wall
wall whita-wall tiraa $500. Phana'2-1762
MUST SELL: 1949 Pari Sia
2-aoer, axcallant tranapartatiaa.
Call 2-4124 ar aaa at 5611-A.
Hadflat, Dlibla Haightt.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chavralat
' Club Caapa, highpewar Vt a-
gina, pawarglida traatminiaa,
radio, cuitarn inttrior, wt tuba tuba-ran
ran tuba-ran tirai, tintad glass, diractioa- :
al and back-up lights, dtluxa tu tu-tana
tana tu-tana finish,' alsa air caaditioa-
. bid, Just svar twa thaasaad milas.
Must trada far aldar car. Cast
$3100.'Sava $700. Balbaa 2 2-":
": 2-": 1515. A,.'.-.
FOR. SALE-1955 M.6. Series
TF. r. Excellent condition,': Ona
awnar. Phone 3-1712.
FOR SALE: 1955 Studebakar
$1200; Easy mangle ironor $60;
Whirtaway washer C.O all like
aw. Call Albrook 86-7120.
FOR SALE: 1955 Belvadera
PlyRfsuth 8-eyl. 4-deer, wa
tires, directional lights, chroma
van! : shtdes, tintad windows.
Fewer Flite traasmissiah, lew
mileage. Reasonable. House 41,
New Cristobal, 3-2482.
WANTED: Boy who Mads
dog, smsll male,, part Cocker.
Needs a good ham .with a bay.
Delaney 8170-8. Margarita.
Phona CX. 3-1426..
Marearet Triimati,' nwn .inn
from her childhood days in Inde
pendence 10 tne present, is among
the new bnnkt irirted tn id r.n.i
j- u .v .aaw V.UBt
TZone library this week.
Souvenir." written h th
daughter of President Truman, in
uouaourauon, wiin Margaret tjou-
sms, describes her early years.
ner uayi as nauemer of a man
wno was senator and then Pres-
ment ot ine Xfiuted. Staes, and
scened withia1. the Truman family
Other books which have been
added to the library are:
Non-fiction: Kline, a scientific
report on "The Search lor Bridey
Murphey'j Case, Personnel Poli Policy
cy Policy in a Public Aeenrv War A
Fresh-water Biology; Hubert, Pre Preventive
ventive Preventive Maintenance of Electrical
Equipment; Wentworth, Color Tel
evision angineenne: Lasser. Stan.
dard Handbook for Accountants-
Ananoia, ifiver Since Adam and
ivve; mencKen, Minority Report;
Casini Never a null m aPe5 orangutans, gorillas and gib-
GgeN Cata5,' ftttlT"?
Rodway, Soldfer; The Memoirrof &l f 31sk1nk?' IT" httJ
rchT A wSZ of
.Fiction: Beaucoir, The Manda
rins; Bingham,' Inspector Mor
gans Dilemma; Cronin. Thirta ofl
ocnuiy; r arreii, r rencn urns are
. wrs ii . w i
vicious: and otner atonps- nmiit
Square in the Middle: RonrlrhiiH
The Jury Disagree; La Farge, Be Behind
hind Behind the Mountains; Proust, Jean
santeuu; Kooney the Heel of
opjing; aecondart, spinner of the
and two children! Mr nri rr.
James G, F. Trimble anrl tnn
Miss Elizabeth C. Van Ci- m
and MrsRoy S. WaUace; Miss
iuya wepoer; wr. and Mrs,
Richard Aywilliam. anit tn, Itkii
dren and Mrs. Elizabeth N. Wright
DIANA LYIill, l!l!IA FOCII CO-STAR
: WITH DEAN AIID JERRY
' Diana Lynn and Nina Foch, two of the busiest and love loveliest
liest loveliest actresses In show business, ee-star with Dean Martin
and Lewis Lewis in the madcap team's newest comedy hit,
"YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG." The Vista Vision, Techni Technicolor
color Technicolor laugh riot, arriving AT THE CENTRAL ON AUGUST
.- 1st.';. ,' .:.,.'. C-' ''. ; '' : '' ."-v....--' ;
in.lM Me. A
FARMACIA ESTAD03 UNIDOS
let Cm reel Am s t
IM Camrtl A
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX -BOX
1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: 8 aluminum
tisn blinds 55x60 $45; S
en blinds thrown ia far free.
Call BalbM 3481.
FOR SALE: Metal tuning
lathe, most attachments; drill
press with drills, aoad cenditiea.
FOR SALE: Aa.uariuma with
fish, plants; Chinese desk, chest
' af drawers, chest. 1 Phana Nary
3538. V -, i;.;.;y
FOR SALE: 1949 Chavralat
motor $90; portable cempronor
.with 2-hp. electric motor $200.
"Accsiorios Cstan," Q Street,
and af Stadium. Phaae 2-4970.
FOR SALE: Beautiful pollva
richly manufactured Via Espafia
159 (facing aid race track).
WANTED. Librarian far Army
position, Atlantic side.- Degree
. from accredited callage aw ani ani-varsfry
varsfry ani-varsfry including aot less tkaa
30 sa master hours in Library
Science essential. Apply to Staff
Librarian, Special Services, US US-,
, US-, ARCARIB. Bldg. 156, Ft. Clay Clay-ten.
ten. Clay-ten. Phana 87-2295.
with experience. Apply to Casa
Central, 9 1 26, Bolivar Avenue,
Free Boot Rides
SAN FRANCISCO (1TV
More Shan half a miTiinnbl id
flew across the Pacific Ocean last
year without use of their wines.
including a New Zealand kiwi
which can't fly in any event.
The birds ''Included tropicals',
gamecocks,- baby chicki, turkeys,
parrots and pheasants.--' ,4
'tney,k. as well at i thousands cf
other curious creatures. n rar.
ried in pressurized cargo compart
ments 01 the trans-Pacific Strato
(.uppers 01 Pan American World
The outstanding i" air 11 traveler
was a dugong, or sea cow, for the
San Francisco aauarium in Golden
Gate Park. It died later, but other
creature cargo, lor tie most part,
still Is .- living. ;
- The year's tabulations of non-
human living cargo included 150
apes, orangutans, gorillas and gib-
r'T,r v13 V" "VK, aa raopiu,
S? eT (bMr' ufour UX
roos, an elephant,
a sheep and SO
Dream: Saroyaa, Mama I Lave
Chidren's Books: Avery, All for
Horse: Bialk. Tizz: Brown. The
Little Brass Band; Cavanna. Pass
port to Romance: Craiir. Julie;l
Curtis, A Little Maid of Narragan-
sett uay; r oster, prince vauant's
in Mosquito Creek; Beeler, Experi
ments in Optical iuusion; vos.
The ChUd's Story Bible; Burack,
One Hundred Plays for Children:
Howard, Short Plays for All -boy
Casts; Miller. Plays for Livinc
and Learning; Bendick. Electro
nics for Young People; Keith,
ATTENTION Lt Jsjet IwiR
7eBj$m Sfffjisfc6j ttpVaPtMeMfSf Ig
2 tsdrssaas, Stat, eold wataa,
PbetM Paaaaaa 8-4MI.
FOR RINT 2-bedroon apart,
meat aa Ricarda Arise Straat,
Camp Alagr. Bathraam, maid's
roam, bat water, near Via Esaa Esaa-Ba.
Ba. Esaa-Ba. Pbaae 8-6346 er 2-2341.
FOR RENT Famished apart apart-MiNttg
MiNttg apart-MiNttg Mtlif iry iiiipccf (4 fcrtioii1
ad. Call 2-3065 Panama
FOR RENT Aaartment
pletary turn (shod, one bedroom
with balcony. 120 VK Parraa.
FOR RENTj II Cangrara, mod modern
ern modern 2-badraens apartment, bat'
water, garage. Balbaa 2-1651
FOR RENT. Modern apartment
; at Viafa Harmoaa, Third Street,
, Fifty dollars. Far information call
FOR RINTi Nkary furnished.
amaO apartment er ream. Bast
residential eectiea. 43rd Street
N. IS. : ;::h.
FOR RENTi Modem apartment v
new building: S bedraams wftk 2
baths,' maid's raam with ewn
bath, sitting, alining rooms, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, garage, at 'El Cangra Cangrara."
ra." Cangrara." building "Meaterrey," Ave.
Argentina. See De Caetre, Ave.
B Na. 24. Phena 2-1616.
FOR RENT 2 bedreema, din
fag ream, living ream, large ve-
MlWaltll olD eMV8aTM6j Im WetfVft
maid's raam, garage. II Cangra-K'A-
Straat Na. 17, Apt. 3.
FOR RENT I -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with dining room, large
porch, bathroom, 'kitchen and
cedar dry eieeats, f camplately
screened and comfortable. Le--cated-
an Juan B.. Sua Street.
Rent $55. Phone Panama 2 2-0027
0027 2-0027 ar 3-0763..
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
, 2 bedrooms, maid's room and 2,
bsthraema. '1 Cama Alegre, 1 1
. Rkarde Arias Straat, "Nelita.
Building, $100. Ask for M4
Taeelt, Phana 3-6174. U
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom fur-,
niched apartment with forage -aad
maid'a ream. Apply 51st St.
'Nfc 20.- --j;; : ,.
FOR RENT: Attractive apart
; meats (furnished and unfur unfurnished),
nished), unfurnished), across' from Hotel El
Panama. $75 and $80. Quiet
and cool. Please meuira at Fate..
Halcoa, same vicinity. Phene I I-6082
6082 I-6082 er 3-1179.
FOR RENT-One and two-bed-:
ream apartments,- unfurnished,
; very coal, ocean view. Uruguay
Street Na. 1-22. -".r.-rr.
' FOR RENT: Camplatafy fur fur-nhhed
nhhed fur-nhhed apartment, Inipbctad,
- eeraenod. Via Espaaa, house be- -fere'
Juan France. .'.',....-:''::.'.....''
FOR RENT t Three modem a a-partments,
partments, a-partments, ventilated, all canve canve-nieaces,
nieaces, canve-nieaces, bat water installation, te
small American families. Build Building
ing Building ust constructed. Ona bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. Bring room, dining raam,
kitchen, bathroom. Visit us af
National Avenue (Automobile
Raw), earner af Mariano Arose Arose-mane
mane Arose-mane Street or phene 3-2727
from 2:30 H S p.m.
Uiiifs Al Kctbs
Appointment of new company
commanders for six 20th Infantry
Regiment units at both Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be and Fort Davis was announced
recently by CoL Frank. D. Wilier.
regimental commander. Assump
tion oi command took place in the
Provisional battalion's Ha. and Ha.
and Heavy Mortar companies, First!
battalion s Headquarters and "E
companies, and Third battalion's
"I" and "K companies." :
Four of the six captains taking
reign as "Sykes Regulars" arrived
in the Command from Fort Ben
ning, Ga. They included Capft
Charles C Early, ot Hq. and Hq
company, formes commanding of
ficer of the lMth unit, School Brig
ade; Capt Joe G. Mears, of Head Head-auarters
auarters Head-auarters company. First battalion.
former commanding officer of
10th Officers' Candidate Fifth Stu Student
dent Student battalion; and Capt William
L. DeVane, of "I" company, whose
last assignment was with the Sec Second
ond Second Student battalion at Bennlng.
Following k in his father's foot footsteps
steps footsteps who served as a Second
lie-tenant with the 20th Inafntry
regiment in the Phillipines from
1909 to 1914 is Capt Arthur R.
Underwood, Jr., new commanding
officer of "E" company. Captain
Underwood also arrived from Fort
Benning where he was a member
of the rifle committee in the weap weapons
ons weapons department, Infantry branch.
looming mm ion auras, Ay. u?
Capt, Donald J. Benson, of "K"
company. Captain Benson s last as assignment
signment assignment was that of student and
unit officer of the Fort Knox train training
ing training center. v-:'- i
Taking over command of Heavy
Mortar company is Capt Marion
B. Zolllcoffer. The captain assumes
this capactiy after having served as
chief of the logistical services, US-
ARCARIB, for approximauly
mnntha : j I
tf OUStHOLD EXCHANCE
" J. Imv de la Oam At. Mo. 41
Ma ajisimeaa Am and SI at
OramKcb'a Saats Ciara Baacb llonseS
Cortsgoa, Modern convaniencat.
.aaadarate rates, Pbeae Gambaa' 9 RENT: Madam chalet,
. 6-441. f first eccupancy, ideal location, 2-
, t; ... ... 1 1 V bedraams, large closets, ; living
1, '"'f roams, 2. perches,
BEACHSIDE vacatlen Santa Cla- ample kitchen, garage, laundry,
ra. Shrapnel a comfortable houses.; separata maid's room, bet water
- Phena Thompson Balboa 1772. t. connections. See Kosmas Taiier
PHIUIPS :CM. CattHm. SEShi
Swt. Clara. Bex 435. BallMaa. "Wriy Q
Phene Panama a.1877. Criato 3 ,
bal 3-1673. FOR RENT Chalet, Bella k-
. ..i.. f. $ bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
FOSTER'S COTTACEJ and Urge EJJS
: baack haesa. One mile past C- SSft "' 1
; sine. Phona Panama 2-1515. 7go '
Spend your weak eada at Rie ,AI k
M, the. bast bathing beach m ff "Sat f 1 tL
the Republic. wh .H conv nrM
.niancaa. .Mederate nricas. The rT.-'""iJl
new manan-iant ia aaxiairs te i"' ",,nl WT,"' ,w
serve van . parches, maifs ream wrfb sarv-
' : ka. and. bath, hot water, garage,
i .Vv ,.: completely fenced $120. Far in-"
FOR RENT rmatlen: Via Parraa 91 -B.
MlHC ellaneonS ro B-ENT Famished chalatt
1 '"" 1 i r. T j Three bedrooms, twa bathrooms,
FOR RENT: 1500 tcuare me- fndoer porch. On the earner af
.' tars fat nd shed on 45th Street 40th last and Ave. Maxice. Far )
Martin Sese). Cell 2-0610. reference call Panama 3-3084.
LLONA SEARS, demonstrates Panama's Folk Dances in the
Roosevelt, New York, at the Convention of Dance Masters of
dance Instructor, will include these dances in the Teen-Age
begins 6:30 p.m. Monday at Hotel El Panama.
un eil r Alhina Manca.
George Christopher ot Saa Francisco at suitable for the cover of the Republican national con-
wenUon progrem.- Mayor Christopher returned the photos, however, since the GOP program, w -;
-win carry a photo of President. Eisenhpwer on the cover. ... .,. ... ...... ...
Nobody. hut NohntHy
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.'s 4..''. .i -k. :- ,. ..,'.... f ; t -. -.. . :v x
undersells the Panama Radio Corporation 7
Compare OUR QUAUTY and OUR PRICES; T
; ' ' . v
When you buy RCA VICTOR you buy the best
EASY TERMS v
: Central' Ave.
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
I: raifna laafevsa t Bareat
. Tie Feme Ul
. TU tapaU Ave.
' "' :
New York sculntor. sent nhotos of
l Real Estate
FOR SALE OR FOR HHTi At
reasonable price, property neat ,.,
the Casino Santa Clara, Ria Ma Mate,
te, Mate, 5.425 hectares (54,250 s
; meters), e'l barbed wire fenced,,
three buildings in perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, all modem conveniences.
water-mill (abundant, water aup
. ply all year), garage, entrance -on
all weather road,' concrete j.
highway from Panama City te;
the property, bordering the MaJ -Jagiral
River, ten minutes by cr
te -the Santa Clara Beach, five
minutes te .the Casino. Houses.
are built, an the canter, thus 1
guaranteeing privacy. Dry healthy -climate.
Apply to Carlos Julie
Quijane's Office, Sth Street Nv
5-JO, Panama City, Phona .2-
FOR SALE: House at Bella
;. Vista with all conveniences, fit
for diplomatic residence, consul'
ate ar effice. Call 3-1689. v
WANTED Serious andrespoai
aibla cook. Must plan meets. Pe Peru
ru Peru Avenue No. 3 7-48. -
Grand Ballroom ot the Hotel
America. Mrs. Sears, well-known
Dance Courst (Tertulias) which
his bas-relief, above, to Mayor .,
"' (Commercial Notice i
-Mr, and Mrs. Charles aVTUlmaa
SATURDAY, JTLY 28, 1958
PA5AMA AMERICAS AN IXDEPETOJE5T DAIIT NTWSPAP13
WJQJ- ... r'yM DRIVE -l?i Tlisatre: CECILIA THEATRE- ;.. J'.crqM;
r COUNT THREE ; : THE CREATITIE .AnrhA. A real hate between brothers! LOTTERY NIGHT1 THE IRON CLAW
AND PRAY WALKS AMONG US THE CONQUEROR -' W Cornel Wilde Dan Duryea, to ; ; FROM HERE TQ Chapters 4 S Also f
. with Morrow ,lh ,,.' i,,;nr. g. .1 STORM FEAR eternity harlem
Cinemascope andS with M. W.jrn. i Sw. Haywaro AnoUier JantwUc wlth fear with Burt Lancaster and GLOBETROTTERS
.? FOOTSTEPS IN H HOLD BA ? " LATE m(m 'SATURDAY:,'"; V and scare Brlais Denlevy. tn MEMBER OP THE '- and
i-THE FOG TOMORROW v7 AFFAIRS WTTH A STRAKGEB tTHE CREEPING UNKNOWN with Ethel Waters ; THE UPRISING
. mum i i. ,ini mi ll in. .uii.'ii II niii imiii i 'i iiiuij. p .',, U, mmmm I in mmmmmm mmm in m.
SOME fiS BOY SCOUTS flew Jn US.i Air Force, p,lanes this week from Albrook Air Force Base ;
to TDavid, a lohe hop on their way to Camp El Volcan. They: were .accompanied by five
adu't. Above. Col; John N. Pevnolds, denuty chief 6f staff for materiel. Car-lp-m
' Alt to -i4 loads- a i,toi.p of sctiUU ubu a for the trip. At "David they
trucks, of the 20trt Intantry Regiment, of Fort Kobbe,. to ride the rest, of the way into, the
camp; Qn the latum flights from David to Al brook, the Air Force nlanes brought back p-
wextmately 58 scouts who have compreted the first two-week session ct camp. The boys who
flew to David this weK eare -from Troops Na; 3 TCathedral flf 8fc-;Lnfce. OCO- m 19, Fort
Amadop and Quar0;Helghtsr No. ia, Gamboa; No..7, Curundu; ;No. 17. Fort Clayton and No.
la Wnwai Air RtntioH i'-nc.n Solo. Thev are scheduled for two weeks at camp. Returning from''
ca'mu by air iere members of Troops No". a,?B alboa;MMo, 'H. Albrook Air Force Base and No,- J
16V Fort' ICoDb Two' weeks earlier, ecouts go lng to Fi;Volwn for tvflrst session we-e c J
riecf thev iu distance by trucks;
N o laleniibn fAacle Ai Cabinet MeMirig
Of Stassen s Thump NixonAction
WASGIUNTON, July 28 (UP)
Harold E. Stassen attended Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's Cabinet meet meet-ins
ins meet-ins as Usual "yesterday but s a i d
there was no. discussion of his
move to' "dump Vice President
Richard ll. Nixon from the GOP
Nixon, who usually sits In on
Clblntt moetim, did net attend,
the soision. Ho preferred to 'e-,
main in Capitol Hill to preside :
ever the Senate In itt tu$K to toward
ward toward final edio0rnmnt,;Kr.?;'i
, Stassen; who is .Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's disarmament adviser, also
usually -attends Cabinet meetings.
But today's session was his first
get together with his fellowr go
ernment officials since he propos.
ed on the Republican ticket by
Gov. Christian A. Herter os Mas.
aachusetts. f,;Tfr!'?,-'..f ''
Presidential ; new a secretary
James C. Hagerty agreed that
the- vice! presidential ; nomination
plans for conducting' a new. poll
next week to determine the relaJ
tive political se appeal of Nixon
and uener : 1 it'i.V'-:
. He aaid he flew fo IJew ; York
Thursday night to talk over pjans
for the poll with Adolph T b i g o.
New i York advertising executive
who will supervise it'Toigo Is one
" r 1 1
The spectacular western
ALONE, now at the LUX with
phy were obtained near St George, Utah, where this great
production was filmed in beautiful color. A tense, suspense
fill drama ot love and violent -action.'A MAN ALONE" also
marks Rav Milland's debut s. a director. CiLNS AT THE
LUX OX AUGUST 1st.-'., . .. . -,
r v" (T-4 - -v
. V V -:."- sW
irom tne avm '? wauu-y. ;
of several Republicans helping to
fmance the polL
- One of the others, Bailie W.Vin W.Vinson,
son, W.Vinson, Republican national commit committee
tee committee man from Oklahoma, 'said he'
i contributing funds for the "Stas "Stassen
sen "Stassen poll because he is friend pi
the former Minnesota governor,
not because;he is against Nixon.
Vinson said he believed thot
Mr. Eisenhower "has given, the
people to understand he want
sVice President Nixon."- 1
The White House and GOP lead lead-ers
ers lead-ers generally have' given a cool
reception to Stas$ens "dump Nix-
on move. GOr National unair-
man Leonard W: Hall blunted the
drive 24 hours aftes it got started
by announcing that Herter would
nominate Nixon -at tho COP con
Stassen's proposal also has pro-1
voked- new pledges of support for
Nixon.' The Indiana delegation to
the convention only Inursday seht :
Nixon a telegra nt "eathusiastical-1
ly'? endorsing his renominauon.
'SOUTH BKND, Ind (UP) (UP)-David
David (UP)-David W.olUaann, Elkhart, was
fined $6.75 for drlvinr too slowly.
Police. Said he. was impeding the,
flow of traffic by going 32 miles
an hour in a 65-mile zone.
backgrounds of "A Man
Ray Milland and Mary Mur
Stil! Active At 84
PORTLAND, Tenn. (UP)
Florence Hudson helped pick the
first cemmereial strawberry
paicn in mis area and she's, still
at u .7 years later. - t
Auni Florence, as the spry
Negro woman fis-knownrw 84 -but
when strawberqr season comes
around eachryear she's right there
in ,jn? hpiqs. ... j j.
The most she ever picked In -one
V'Avmt fTorenee is the only person
still living who helped pick, the
first ''crop in tins area. i;er pay
then was "23 .cents a day.1 t ,
, 'T guess I'll' keep yon ofekinn
strawberries until the "! good Lord
says I done worked enough,' 'she
commemea. ;-, f
- J S VTl VORIDT. f Ve..l WILL
. i.r. w wiwm
B,..iV..-V WrHVTrWkXV t U ..
IM HOLLYWOOD ..
'I ink Xfi Nn!Star-M o.ll
me the incredible shrinking col.
umnist. No, not like a violet.
Likt MnllvwnArf' : nriwrf. mnvia
hero who is only, two inches tall.
It was ct of getting the
lowdown on Hut littil
fietion movio,. "Tho 5 Incrodible
Twood magic shrink mo; too. i got
rooi low aowr M'foct. Right
down to two-Inch iio. .r
Btit it was'"eWsy:-orie of 'those
l't,l u. ...'.tin .u: r
I simply opened a Universal-
Jcternational ound .stage door as
a n rmal si-footer and imme imme-dutely
dutely imme-dutely became a Lilliputian who
could s mistake: Gary Cooper for
the Empire Stat building.
I was so little that ouart pan
of housepaini looked the size of
ai two-story house; a kitchen
mutch seemed tt 'be at least six
feet lone and an 'ordinary l'e.a d
pencil looked like' a ; tteWpHone
pole. i. ;
The can of taint WAS' fi feet
high. The -match WAS six feet
Ions a'and the lead pencil,' nine
inches thick, measured 35 .; feet
from lead point, to eraser..
Ncyer underestimate. Hollywood
special effects genius. s,t
Showing at Your Service
tense i taut i tremendous i
'O't 4MTM .
ARTHUR KENNEDY MARTHA SCOT!
WCY MARTIN SK V01ING
MARY MURPHY -:.
' eim xiwciio, wiiiHiirnfll
Tomorrow "INDIAN FIGHTER"
GAMBOA- Maxjorie Main & Arthur Hunnicutt
g:is Mv'Mtf odd Pd Kettle Itvthe Ozarks"
' ToUtbf rtfw "THE ROSE TATOO"
GATUN '.""' " Bill Williams, v
7:m a "APACHE AMBUSH"
MARGARITA Howard Keel, Vic Damomei Ann Byth,
Mii.i.n . Dolores Gray
6:15 ft 1:15
Tomorrow, "THE COURT MARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL"
PAR AISO 'Miss Grant Takes Richmond" ft "Teen Age
'. Crime'. Wave'? "',.
SANTA CRUZ Marlon Brando in "DESIREE"
CAMP BIERD "THE BIG SKY'! ft "WAKAMBA"
i .'! it lui.
l ' r
1ITJI Ai STUANGKR
i Last year it was a new ratio'
for the size of movie screens.
On the set of The Incredible
Shrinking Man" it's a now ratio;
for sots and props M times big big-gor
gor big-gor than normal site to shrink
Actor Gran? Williams down to a
..:H.k M.M i. 4U .....
wv-iin.il I iiic rlf V iHWti
incredible "tcionco-fietion. thriller.
Hollywood is .famous, for deflat.
ing egos but deflating actors is
something new. As Director Jack
Arnold says: .... "We're throwing
away the book on this one. It's
something that's never been done
befoie. But it's turning out', so
well Prodicer Albert Zugsmith al already
ready already has: writers working on a
The Film's. Plot: An accountant,
fishing off the Southern California
coast in his boat, is enveloped
briefly in a radioactive atomic
fart t ITvWtCim in thn ttrtitlnn
'starts shrinking him "in size; over
41 ("UlltA Ul I11UIJIU13 UUU4 O
only two Inches' high. :
With common pin for' a three-
foot woponr ho 'battlos the .fam
ily cat and a spider;; lives on
! choose from a rot trse .(which
almoit. eutt- him' in half) end al.
most drowns whitn a water'' heat heater
er heater leak coverl his basement floor
Center Theatres Today!
Alsd showing' ?
Sunday & Monday
, Eve Arden in
' "OUR MISS BROOKS"
Conte & Peggie' Castle
:00 r-9;00 P.M.
t r L'v
with an Inch and a half of water,
Finally he wiggles through a
window screen and disappears
into his front lawn to fight for
survival, he says, in the insect
world. -.v I
A cue, of course, for a sequel.;
' D.'rector., Arnold and Producer
Zugsmith, haven't even' fornotteui
romrnte for the little fellow. As i
a three-footer, 1 he thinks about
loving it up with e sexy -circus'
midget played by June Havoc's
"pre-shrunk daughter, April
Kent. But before long she even
towers over him. .1
As Yet the film has no theme
song. "I'm Forever Shrinking" or
"Sixteen Ounces" may be ap-l
There's ho title either for the
sequel. Maybe it will be: "Son
of the Incredible Shrinking
- After, : all, if Mr. Two-Inch
roams around, bug size, in the
insect world he's bound to meet
some kind of a lady bug some
Art directors, s p e c t a 1 effects
men and prop men like Eddie!
Keyes are naving a bail working
on the film. Says Eddie: "I've
been in the m o v i e business 30
years and I've never worked on
a turn so fascinating.. There's a
new challenge every day." ..
One of Eddie s problems wet a
giant spool of thread. The shrink.
Ing Mr. Grant finds If and un
winds some thread for a rope
with which to tcili in apple
crate and a basement wall. Con Constructed
structed Constructed on the M to 1 scale, the
spool's thread turned out to be
three-eighth-inch rope.' And Hie
ftpovi was im winv, ir iwwi i
in 4 ... u is x
lone and four foot high. ...
Wherever people of distinction
v. . meet you!! always find v.: ;
lTi offer a'fALL MALL is the highest
- compliment you can pay.; ;
The pleasure of listening- to fine music,'
is even more pleasant when you
smoke a PALL MALL For PALL :
MALLS, in their distinctly
bright-red packag-e, are especially : 1
blended for people of taste ,.
who demand a ''special'' cigarette.
PALL MALUS extra tmaft 'filter
' tk moke, giving you neUmoer and
longer-lasting unfitting enjoyment.
If yotthaven't discovered 7'.
the enjoyment of smoking
, PALL MALL try one today! ,-.
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On Air Traffic";
WASHINGTON. July 28 (UP)-
A House subcommittee which in
vestigated the Grand Canyon air
tragedy yesterday accused the;
Commerce Department of a "lack!
of aggressive ladership" in im
proving air traffic control. ;
It added that both the nation's
airports and air navigation facili
ties are woefully unprepared for
the advent of the jet age in com commercial
mercial commercial aviation .which will dawn
in about three' years
The government operations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee said the collision of the
two airliner, which cost 12S lives.
points up the need for a complete
overhaul of the federal govern,
merit's approach to civil aviation.
'Development and growth being
as fantastic as it has been in the
field of civil aviation," the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee said, "'necessary feder federal
al federal aid and leadership required in
this field was not supported by
the budgetary actions of the De Department
partment Department of Commerce ; and ; the
Bureau of the. Budget.,,
"The result has .been mat now,
with the introdutien vof commer-j
cial jet transports less than three,
years distant, our air irainc con control
trol control system is outmoded, our na navigation
vigation navigation facilities 1 woefully inade inadequate
quate inadequate and our airports in dire
need of improvement", '
John Astor III
In Hospital After
ELSINOKE. Denmark,- July 28 1
(UP) -John Jacob Astor HI may I
loon his hnsnitll hMi in (oiinla!
of days, it was reported yesterday.
The 44-year-old millionaire was
hospitalized Sunday for observa observation
tion observation following a heart distruhance.
He was exnected to eo to Conen-
hagen to'jom.bis -year-ol4 daugh.
BRING BACK THOSf BELLS
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP)
-Mrs. Allen W. Waite appealed to
police to help find her husband's
bar-bells and weights before he
starts adding, more, weight, Mrs.
Waite told, police her ,23o-pound
husband, a contractor, "is lost
without them." The bar-bells were
taken from the Waite home while
they were away.
for good. taste)
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TREAT THE I
Pr4vf ef 6n'l Fl',
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATTRDAT, JTLY it, 151 1
nW Respect Mo f
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4 Pennsylvania Teams Host
To Canal Zone VFW Teeners
Sixth Placers Halt Second?
Milwaukee Win, Streak;
Hold 8-6 Season Margin
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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j By FRED DOWN J;
f NEW YORK, July 28 XUP) The Milwaukee
' Braves may be en route to their first National
League pennant but they've yet to prove they're
. champions to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Mayo Smith's sixth-place team
stopped the Braves' ill-game
winning streak June 26 and they,
put the brakes, on their "wreck
Jthe race" drive again last night
with a 52 triumph behind Saul
jRogovin's sis-hitter. The Phil Phil-'
' Phil-' lies, with an 8-6 margin, are the
only team in the league with a
season's edge over the Braves
Rogovln lost his bid for a shut shutout
out shutout when. Joe- Adcock hit a two two-run
run two-run homer in the sixth but then
singled with the bases filled in
the bottom ot the inning to put
;the Phillies back in front, 3-2.
then Rogovln checked the Braves
the remainder -ol the way to win
his fourth -straight game and
sixth of the season.
Lew Burdettej trying for his
Uth victory, suffered his fifth
1 defeat,, as the Braves" five-game
s winning streak came to an end.
' The Cincinnati Redlegs and
, Brooklyn .' Dodgers seised on
the opportunity to pick up a
' fuU game each on the leaders,
the second place Redlegs
shading tii Pittsburgh Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, 3-2, and the third-place
Dodgers beatinr the Chicago
Cubs, 4-3, in 10 innings. The
Redlegs now trail th Braves
by 44 games with the Dodg Dodg--
- Dodg-- ers another half length behind
Wally Post tripled home John Johnny
ny Johnny Temple in the ninth to ena enable
ble enable the Redlegs to snap a three three-game
game three-game losing streak and give Art
Fowler his seventh win, The Pi Pirates
rates Pirates tied the score at. 2-2 in
ithe seventh when Dale Long
"walloped a 436-foot homer, his
Today IDE Ah 20 ,70
Jane Powell, in
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21st of the campaign. Elroy Face
was the loser, "-. a ; i--
Oil Hodges scored from second
base as Roy campanella bunted
inte-a double olav to give the
Dodgers their sixth straight vic
tory equalling z their lgfc ior
the season. Carl Erskine limited
the Cubs to six hits to win his
seventh straight game and nintn
of the year., peewee Reese and
Carl Furillo homered for Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn while Don Hoak blasted a
round-trtpper. for the Cubs.
Bill Sarnl's two-run, seventh-
inning triple provided the
New York Giants with a 6-5
win over the St. Lou's Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals as BUI RIgney's last-place
team snapped an eight-game
losing skein. Bobby Del Greco
and Bill White homered.
In the. "American League,; the
New York v Yankees maintained
their 8-game first-place lead
with a 14-inning, 10-9 decision
over the Kansas City Athletics.
MiKe Baxes secona error of tne
14Qi inning, with the bases fill filled
ed filled and two out, let in the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' decisive run in a iour iour-hour,
hour, iour-hour, 4T-minut8 struggle that
ended at 2:47 a.m. Saturday.
Sixth-inning homers by Rocky
Colavlto and Jim Hegan gave
the Cleveland Indians a 3-2 win
over the Baltimore Orioles as
Early Wynn chalked up his 12th
victory of the year. Don Mossi
relieved Wynn in the ninth to
help the Indians wln their
seventh straight game.,
Harvey Kuenn's three-run
double climaxed a five-run,
fourth inning rally that carried
the Detroit Tigers to a 5-4 tri
umph ve tht Washington
Senator ftild.liJltt Blieill--
ierea his mth straight win and
i4tn or the season as the Boston
Red Sox shaded the Chlcaeo
White Sox, 4-3. in the other A .Li-
games, it was the 16th loss in 19
games lor the. White Sox.
YESTERDAY'S STAR TrM!.
Ersk'ne of the Dodgers, who
beat the Cubs for his seventh
The Rainbow "City Senior High1
Basketball League will swing in into
to into action Monday, at 7:nn nm
Six teams will vie for sunrema-
cy, namely; Deportivo parrls.
cnamps of last year; Emllianos,
runnerup; Invinclbles, Dep.
Wattley. DeD.. Mauee and ne.
portlvqLyijfih;,, ,,.:,, ;;,.
j uaging ,11:9m piay 4n : pre-sea t,
son games all, teams appear to
be in good shape.
tiuaay King, Reggie Denny,
'WOOdv" Verlv. Jerrv nnwnnri
Eddie Cover, Luther Matthews!
Daniel MacFarlane. Karl Amni
and Lorenzo .Holder, last year's
mgu pointer, seem to be. in. rare
form and a few rookies are go going
ing going at a feverish pace.
This year's race for the top
should be a battle all the wav.
The Los Invinclbles. Junior
High All Stars are in top form.,
O. B. iV Shirley, ,i principal' of.
Rainbow City High, School, will
be on hand to throw the first
ball. ... ,.
Th Junior Basketball Teaviir
1 nnw at. t.hp half-irav mart and
all games will be played after
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PUBS IP E NT
Bl a!lL".W mn inmmwin mi
EXCLUSIVE Ken Bbntum,
mouth agape and muscles
straining, is a member of the
United States Olympic team as
one of the world's three 60-foot
In The Majors
! (Based on 200 official at bats)
Player and Club g ab r k vet
Aaron, MU. 87 342 65 116 .339
Musial, St. L. 92 348 55 115 .330
Boyer, St. L. 92 369 65 120 .325
Rallev rinpi.: 72 235 37 76 .323
Sc'dienst, N.Y. 66 233 27 75 .322
Mantle. N.Y. 90 230 83 122.370
Maxwell, Det. 84 289 58101.349
Kuenn, Det. 85 332 52 115 .346
Vernon, Bos. 73 258 40 85 .329
Kell. Baltiv ,75 261 36 85 .326
Robinson, Redlegs .....
RUNS BATTED' iN iN-Mantle,
Mantle, iN-Mantle, Yanks ........
Wertz, Indians ..
Musial, Cards ..-..v...
: Simpson, Athletics-. .
.; .f '' RUNS ; : m
' Mantle, Yanks .i.'oi..
' Yost, Senators ..........
Snider, Dodgers ....
Fox, White Sox .........
1 V-' hits-
c Mantle;' Yanks W.. ...'
Musial, Cards .........
Fox, White Sox
(Based on 9 Decisions)
W L frt
Lawrence, Redlegs .-.14 2 .875
Rroupr Red Sox ,...14 3 824
Pierce. White. Sox ... 15 4 .789
Ford, Yanks 13 4 .765
Buhl. Braves 13 4 .765
the senior high games which
will commence at 9:00 a.m.,
from Tuesday, juiy si, until Au
The Republic Of Peru On Her Independence Day,
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CETTINC THE HANG OF IT It's awkward situaUons like
this that make Stan Musial wish he were back in the outfield 1
for the St Louis Cardinals. Hanging over a rail chasing a fly
ball hit into a dugout is rough exercise for a first baseman.
Games At Colon Arena
By HERBERT MOISE
COLON An estimated crowd
of over 1000 howling fans at attended
tended attended the Mocambo basketball
benefit at the Colon Arena where
the Chesterfield Colonites and
their "Junior" -counterparts
Baby Salas swept a twinblll
from Cigarillos Galllto and De Deportivo
portivo Deportivo Yu-Yu. :
Their love for basketball still
strong, despite the fact that no
top-JUght games are played In
this?fcity, the 'colon fans w
sponded eagerly to the exciting
double. In the first game, the
Salas team battled six. periods
before finally outpointing the
Yu-Yu's 55 to 54. Both teams set
a pace from the beginning or
the game that was unbelievable
In Jthe second half both teams
used i their two early-teens six six-foot
foot six-foot giants to the delight of the
crowd. These boys, matched al almost
most almost evenly in height, reach and
playing ability both being rook rookiesliterally
iesliterally rookiesliterally changed the aspect
of the game. George Hall of Yu Yu-Yu
Yu Yu-Yu and Leroy O'Neil of Salas
dominated rebounds and pre prevented
vented prevented attempted field goals
from getting near the baskets.
They easily outreached every everybody
body everybody else.
It is our opinion that both
boys have a future. Hall handles
the ball-with potsr and perfect
control while O'Neil is very com competitive
petitive competitive and can shoot. High
scorer for the game was Canate
of Salas with 16 points and for
the losers Lozano with 14 points
was the peg in the hole for Yu Yu-Yu's
Yu's Yu-Yu's team. After the game, Ja Ja-cobo
cobo Ja-cobo "Baby" Salas, sponsor of
the winners received a trophy
for his team's efforts.
Chesterfield 72, Galllto 68
Following the honored and
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proverbial "first ball" by Mrs.
Maria Smith, the league-leading
Gallltos and the runners-up
Chesterfield quintets of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Senior Basketball league
went into an exciting 40-mlnute
tussle that had the second-place
team outscorlng their rivals 72
A sentimental note was added
to the game as Mrs. Smith
strolled to center court to find
that her son, Robert (Papa of
Chesterfield was to be the Co
lonites opening c&ter A warm
sincere handshake between the
two drew a loud applause: from
the appreciative crowd.;
Typical of what is to be ex expected
pected expected when two top flight
teams meet, this game followed
along the line and provided
many exciting moments to the
delight of the large crowd. At
half time, the winners led by
three points 36 to S3. Came the
second half and the Galllto team
tied and passed the Smokers,
leading by as high as 11 points
at one time. Then something
happened and they practically
stood still as chesterfield moved
up, closed the gap, opened theirs
and widened it enough to win.
Carlos (Sonny) pomares of
Chesterfield was top scorer with
17. points. Another Carlos, this
one Hyacinth, scored 15 and
Taylor 12 (both of Chetser) were
the top scorers for the night. Al
Frazer who was benched by um umpire
pire umpire Slim Hernandez was the
top chick with 10 and Rltcher
with 9 was his closest mate.
Francis Brown was the referee.
All the proceeds of this game
went toward the fund to combat
polio in this city. Doctor J. Nu Nu-nes
nes Nu-nes Quintero, acting medical
director of the Amador Guerre Guerrero
ro Guerrero Hospital, was on hand to re receive
ceive receive the funds for the anti-polio
O : K
The Canal Zone Teeners, an
"at large" entry to the 4 th an
nual V.F.W. National Teen-er
Baseball Tournament at Hershey
Park, pa., August 20-24, will be
the guests of V-F-W. Teeners In
Hummelstown, Highspire, Har Har-risburg,
risburg, Har-risburg, and Carlisle,, during the
week prior to the tournament
Tn zone players wiu engage
In exhibition contests to sharp
en their playing condition for
the tournament. Due to the
rainy season in Panama the
boys have not been in regular!
vuuipeuuua lor uif last
months. v-r i .
The Canal 'Zone team is
scheduled to leave Tocumen at
noon Aug. 13 for Hershey.
Pennsylvania aboard APA Air Airlines
lines Airlines flight No. 402.
Pete Corrigan, coach and
manager of the team, reports
that they will fly to Harrisburg
on August 13. Games are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for-Augsut 13 at Humels Humels-town,
town, Humels-town, August 16 at lghspire, Au August
gust August 17, VJ'.W. Post No. 1086,
Harrisburg, and August 18, Car
GeflrirVl bab'a? ?4 1 d a rtment
youth director for the V.F.W. in
Pennsylvania contacted the va various
rious various VM Teen-er leagues
and made the schedule plans
with the fine cooperation of the
Pennsylvania, VJ'.W. Teen-er
League officers. ."
Last year the Zone boys gave
a good account of themselves
In the Nat'onal competition
at Hershey and all reports in indicate
dicate indicate that another fine team
will represent the C.Z. in the
Following the National tour tournament
nament tournament the team will fly home
via Florida where VJ'.W. Teen Teener
er Teener officials will arrange several
games for the group at Orlando,
Coral Gables, and West 1 Palm
Army Atlantic's Hershey
Pulls, Biggest Surprise.--Of
Young Boxing Season
Middleweight Tom Hershey of
Army Atlantic pulled s$he infant
boxing season's most startling
upset Wednesday night when he
pounded out a unanimous deci decision
sion decision over Albrook AFB's Jim
Williams to highlight an 11 11-bout
bout 11-bout card at Albrook's Hangar
. The near -capacity crowd of
approximately 2,000 fans lusti
ly cheered Hershey as be com-f
' pletely out-fought and out outgeneraled
generaled outgeneraled Williams, previously
undefeated In Command fights
and the winner of last year's
PAAF and Caribbean light
middleweight titles. ; v,
Hershey former. Michigan
Golden Gloves champion, dis displayed
played displayed a devastating talent for
infighting, repeatedly tying his
opponent into knots while he
plied up the points with, one of
the swiftest rights seen here. A
hard right by Hershey In the
second round tumbled Williams
through the ropes and the lat latter,
ter, latter, though he bounced back
Immediately, never landed a
solid punch thereafter.
Six bouts failed to go the en-
aubhouse : v. . -4. : ;
Grandstand. Reserved Seats ,v; . .
The Jockey Club
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St. Louis .
New York t
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Chicago at Brooklyn ' '''
St Louis at New York1"; 'fi-;'
(Night Game) -',-, f!''
Milwaukee 009 620 0092, '.
Philadelphia 001 103 OOx 5 9
Burdette, (U-5), JohnsQn,
Trowbridge and Crandalt. V
Rogovln (6-4) and Lopatal ? i;
(Nignt Game) t. -"'i' '."
Cincinnati 000 611 001-3 13 i:
Pittsburgh 001 000 106-iJ M l
Fowler (7-9) aft Ba'leyi
Munger. Face (8-7). EoUet and
Chicago 00 016 101 93 2
Brooklyn 100 920 000 14 10
Kaiser, town (7-4) and Lan-
' Erskine (9-6) an CampaneU
la. Vii, ..Vj. 'laij'? 3 tf .v dt'l,
St Louis- j 111 000 110-5 T 1
New York 011 001 30x 6 11 I
Schmidt McDaniel (4-4), Col Col-lum
lum Col-lum and Cooper. -
Margoneri (2-2), Grlswm and
SarnL w. f m. ..
tire three rounds. Albrook's light
heavyweight Bob George stif
fened Army Atlantic's Del Byrd
with a right that came out of
nowhere in a second-round ex
change, and light middleweight
Bill Shaston of Fort Clayton
pulled the curtain on Fort Kob Kob-be's
be's Kob-be's Abel Mendoza in 50 seconds
of the first scene.fc'ijK'. m.tv:
TKO's were registered"!by Ar Army
my Army Atlantic's light welter Ron
Adams over Albrook's Domin Domingo
go Domingo Cedillo, Fort Kobbe's wel welterweight
terweight welterweight Bob Johnson over
Fort Amador's Bob Meddleman,
AA's light heavy Sy Riggfns
over Kobbe's Rudy Lester and
Albrook's lightweight Henry,
Fisher over AA's Wallace Wil Wil-kerson.
kerson. Wil-kerson. '
Unanimous nods went to Al Albrook's
brook's Albrook's Tony Mullens and Ter Terrell
rell Terrell Jones and Clayton's Allan
Mottne, while heavyweight Geo.
Pratt of Army Atlantic gained a
split decision over Kobbe's Den
Young. "' -' 1 ,''
The tabulated resultar
Lightweight Henry Fisher,
Albrook, TKO'd Wallace Wilder Wilder-son,
son, Wilder-son, AA, 0:41 of the second
premises is reserved for
iifvnnc at r rtrrrr
, .56 33
. r53 39
. .44 47
. .43 4T
; .32 55
Teaate u-.. w aV' rl
ew York ;6 38 gl
Cleveland ; 54 '37 H4
Boston t .52 49 .563 11
Chlcacefwi .48 ,14J'i'i 517 1IK
iBaltimore V :; .42 51452 21H
Detroit .42 51 .458 MM
Washington v .38 59 J79 2814
Kansas G'ty ? ,34 6 ; 466 29
ffi? TODAY'S dAMES
New' YorVa''ia)asak-cfey (N
Baltimore at Cleveland.
Boston at Chicago ; j? :
Washington at petrolft;.
(10 Innings) .
New York -m 10
&ansas utj,,,,.....,, $
Baltimore 000 101 000 2 7
Cleveland 000 60S 00x--3 1
Schmits (0-2). Fornieles and
Wynn (13-4), Mossl and He-
gan, 'f.BL: zmiivt-y. .-
(Night Game) w r4;a
Boston : 020 100 10IIL-6 12 U
Chicago jv 109 091 1903
Brewer (14-3) and Dalev. w
i Wilson l-y IL'nder, LaPaIm
(Night Game) '"" V-
Washington 010 200 0194 11
Detroit r ; 000 500 OOx 5 1
Welsler (3-n Byerjy an!
Courtney. ,- -v
Lary 9-H) and Ouse." i-
Light 1 Welterweight Tony it
Mullens, Albrook, decisioned Ed- n
die Allen, Fort Amador; Ron
Adams, AA, TKO'd Domingo Ce- T
dlllo, Albrook in the third.
, Welterweight AHarr Mottne,' i
Clayton, decisioned Everett Mor
ris, Kobbe, Bob Johnson-, Kobbe, T
TKO'd Bob Meddleman, Amador, i
2:12 second round; Terrell Jones,
aiuiuuk, aeusionea sod sagger
man, Amador. ..,
Light M 1 d d 1 ewerght Bill
Shaston, : Clayton' iKO'd Able
Mendoza, Kobbe, fl:50 la the
1 & Middleweight Tom Her-
""jr, AA uecisionea Jim Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Albrook.
- Light Heavyweight Boh
George, Albrook, KO'd Del Byrd,
AA,2:00 ta the second round; Sy -Klgglns;
AA, TKO'd Jtuttf Lester, I
Heavyweight George Pratt,
AA, split-declsioned Ken oung, l
Kobbe..- v., ...1
4& tit t.rfoy
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SATURDAY, JULY 28, 195k
THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDFPENDEXT EATLY NIWSPAfEX
5s .7 k
KM Other Clubs Cead:
By 'HARRY GRAYSON
Had compel ent agents of an out-
NEW YOKK (NEA) lAmeri- malfitano to illustrate 'with th
can League oificais are concern- first name that comes to mind,
eu aixnu.nie xtniiw dominance the Giants hardly would have paid
ot tue circuit. v Jthe young infielder $35,000 for his
Tne taomoert Memto-be sure, signature. Horace Stoneham learn-
shots to run away wnn wetr aev- ed a bit too late that Amalfitano,
tnia peunant in eight years. now with Johnstown of the Class 'Montreal
W L Pet.
.61 44 .531
.5 -44 ..569
.58 "44 569
453 13 i j
101 000 000-2" 9
casing tno situauou worse, e a Eastern League, could not hit,;Sia 1 JlOOMx-S 8
nn.nttn .At. rnmDeut.on1 ft,.., -... ? Miami 2W lUtt. a. 9
eryuung points "to Ai competition throw .-or run.
becomiiiS vzm inwiej vyamai : i ?
tore any oiner outnt is suuicieni suuicieni-m
m suuicieni-m loruiiea to make any sort of
SUSVaincu l uu uiq tuauipHiuav!
vje new xonc Americans' iarms
are as toaaett as:miuwes(,TKiain
warehouses. t j
'ineir coiner on shortstops,, for
exaiawer prompted, suca per-)
sisieut fciaer as rhu Jtiuuio vtoJ cross-checking
announce us retirement it hi
end ot u) current campaign., .as
Liitie Scooter itizzuto puinm dm,
taere isn'i much iuture lor a
oortop M JM, iJronx, organiza organization.
tion. organization. '
iot with Gil McDougald. who v is
28, uaving, v 'iUiciuy esikousnea
turn sea a tdeVeauwf. u round
piayer at tne jsiuoq in toe busi business.
ness. business. Beaina fedUougaiu are Jerry
coiemao, uiy numer, lony ivu
be, jeiry Mmpe,, .uoboy4icn .uoboy4icn-..nni.
..nni. .uoboy4icn-..nni. aim 'l'omujv -Carrou. t.
a loremosi x awtee o i 1 1 e i a I
fr;,..k.v teus vou mat anjimiuiiteu
aran wouicT ue the best tiling tnat
cuuid Happen to uaseoau uoin
top to Duwoin. pm womd reuuee
tne numuer ot nana-picnea ui
lei.es oow convroAea uy tne more
aaiuent ouuus nroin am w uiy
AN UNRMTRlCi ED DRAFT
would.- oe we i surest and tairest
wiy to uistfiouie taient wrouiiouc
tne minors and majors, a o i g
league ciuo coulu no longer cou
troi a piay.er.ior seven yar. as
unngi f are, play : m
araned jor .tore .years, alter
; wmcn th but league,, cluo .can
farm hi in hllL four ullies. :r t
au unresuricteu drau would put
an end to tne uitertiy ridicuiuus
bonus Dumness. w
"li I am ever out of a job with
a ciub," says me Yamcee wiiciai,
Tm going to conduct an ooc ooc-tive
tive ooc-tive survey of maienal for ail
ciuos. iney'Jl pay vweu ior a sery sery-1
1 sery-1 tee mat wia save Mem JU loi bt
time, money" and trouoie.
lais service will protect them
against their own scouts, who -oe-oversold
on youngsters they
aim to have, discovered. aiosi.
ouis today are vibration scouts
hn listen to and scout-, o t n e r
trnuts. ,'iiua. causes, tbejateia .wind
wp bidding against j one sanothera
Tnis leads to clubs paying tat
leeiiii nunc firiir. nanis mu xvimcuuiu. wiu
whe7e' in"7;.rUcul.r.rrd;W ;weU 4 Niarhos. PR: Gouchce.
wnnout me am oi aien ditu aogs ,,,
,k .k.. ,. thn uuiiaio
who know a future great when C; ? 5
thev'see one (Columbus 000 000 30x 3 7 3
' ConUnuing with the Yankee oftV ; Donovan and Tonipkiiis; ptr ptr-cial's
cial's ptr-cial's pressed objecUve survey, wret, and Sha ..
Branch Rickey used an extensive '5 ' ,i f j
urtsvrVw in which barten- Toronto 000 000 100-1 8 0
ders, sports writers, railroad Havana, .. NQ;H0 2Qx-4 1,10
brakemenj sandlot managers, col-j -TT?" fil-"v
lege coaches and everybody short' R Johnson, Wojey (1 Jacobs
of John Foster Dulles were polled; (8) and Sawalski;, Mlnarcln and
on a prospect.. Their opinions on Dotterer. WP: K. Johnson. IJR;
what tne ooiect, M ine searcu oawuusni.
could do. were matched against
the club scout's report.;
When all seemed to jibe, Mahat Mahat-ma
ma Mahat-ma Rickey knew he had a good
one, and the creator of the chain
store plan rarely made a mistake
until he got om ana tnea w uo
mien 'rfh in Pittshwflh.
Thoroughness in scouitng is even
more important to a baseball clubj
8 ia-t i
fBy BEANS RIARDON
QUESTION: There is one out
and a runner on third.' The batter
lifts a high foul near the dugour.
Ite catcher gets it, then slips and
falls 'into the dugout. He hops up
Quickly, however, and fires to the
plate where the runner from third
is taseed out. The offensive team
protests that the runner is sate.
whir i it7m a i ituuin. ."
Answers He is' salt. When the
ntthar fall nt the avoeuT, tne
runner avtematicaliy was emmn
t a base. If tne caicner no
sttoptd into the- dujoot n his
hewever, tne rurawr wwm
have been out.
O. In the interests oi nurrying
" imt alone, can an umpire or
der a relief pitcher to start throw throwing
ing throwing to the batter without the
usual preliminary warm-up o n
the mound?-Art wesr. ;
A. A pitcher is emmea to eigni
warm-up pltcnes wnnin miir
-' 'ft i, i. . .
"I : 1
. What, If anything, suggests Itself as effective treatment for
Ted Williams, whose recent expectoration escapade ieft so un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant a taste In he mouths of proper ,B?ntoT;
Theodores widely advertised feud with the Fenway press
box had abated to a point at which wary writers had fuspected
him of starting- a buttering up campaign leading in tn airec-
" tion of the managership of the Red Box. "t. '" ""
Now the vendetta has broken out with fresh virulence and
. haa developed more public and widespread repercussion,, : After
having made a bizarre catch in last .Friday Bight a game
1 Detroit, Williams first .delivered, a salivaor salute .th press
box and then heaved .a. spitter at the stands off pat base- .
Much to the relief of Tom Yawkey, Joe Cronin and Pinkie
- Higgins, the Red Box have gone Into the West and the high
command hopes that the incident is closed. But It Is con conceivable
ceivable conceivable that Theodore will resume his-juvenUe tactics when
the Boston ckb returns to: the fens. Aug. 6, o
The euestlon arises whether Williams' conduct to a
for the Bost6n club to handle. wta.tiier it haa .Pawed th
phase and is something; for president WiU Harridie of the
American League, or even commissioner Ford Frick, to take up.
It'a up to somebody inign authority to haul Williams on
the caroet and give him a final warnina. He-U not so almighty
- that he is beyond control. Even the great Babe Ruth, who was
fined and suspended by both Judge Landis and Miller Huggtas,
was calmed down and. aphleved an acute sense of "sponslbility.
ilt's rather-late-to hope for tomplete' reformation by the
57-year-old Williams. But some action will have to be taken.
, : THUMPER BRIDLED
;.v:'7:;;:..v-. ..v. ,. t i '; .'
1 am auit certain that, if given a free hand, Crotiln could
handle the temperamental Williams. Joe taught Ted a lesson
back in 1938, wbea the.outflelder came upJrpm San Diego..
. One March morning, at the 8arasoia training camp of the
Red Sox, the bus which was to bear them Jo an exhibition game
with the Yankees to St. Petersburg was kept waiting for Ted.
When Cronin, then manage of the Boston club,, finally
located WUliams, he asked where he had P;; 1
uQh i fibred you didn't want me for that game, ..Ted re
, piled. The rookie had. not been doint; too weU and had been
a target for some caustie critism. His tone1 struck Cronin as
beinc supercilious; ; ,
Cronin ordered Ted to get into the bus, and then asked his
" secretary t get Williams transportation to the camp of the
Minneapolia club, with which the sarcastic socker was to spend
that entire season. i . .(lt.:.
Williams has been pampered to tlw po nt of belief that in
Boston the run rises and sets at his whim, and that if he
weren't around the Red Sox would collapse. Just what his
grlveance toward the writing-fraternity up there might be, I
never have been able to determine. Jn some, Hub newspaper
offices, he is the sacred white elephant who never, but. never, is
to be castigated.. n -.v.---
' YANKEES SQUARED AWAY CHAPMAN
.... -, :,.r -. -. .. ''
Williams latest misadventure reminds me of a series of in incidents
cidents incidents in Yankee Stadium which involved Bea Chapman. A
group of regulars in left field got on Benny, and he came back
' with picturesque and-Ul-chosan blasts. The fans waited on Ed
; Barrow and filed pretty strong charges against him.
Barrow called Chapman Into conference, and impressed on
Jhe outfielder that when a fan bought a ticket, he purchased
f ith it certain inalienable privileges -hich. included heckling,
. Vi'ltizing and, up to a polnW evan personal aspersion.
"If those people get Indecent, ask for the park police and
they will escort your attackers out of the arena," Cousin Ed
told Chapman. "You are to remain silent, and offend .nobody.
Just play baiL" ' t
To the necklers Barrow eaid, "if ycu go beyond the bounds
' of fair and decent rooting.-1 'Will have to ask you to stay away."
The Celtto Cronin could be the Barrow, of Fenwaj park. I
suggest that he get the chance.
Rochester 1 104 010 101
Richmond 020 000 0002
M. Nelson, Faszholz
Rand; Clcotte, Starr (3), Brn ts-
cny (7), Dixon (9) and Nceman.
WP; Faszhplz.; LP:. Cicotte.
Play Sf arts Monday : ;
Fort Kobbe's 1958 batteiion
level basketball tournaments for
the post championship will be
conducted -Monday,' July 30,
through Friday, "August 3. Rep Representing
resenting Representing the Special post Units,
first and second battalions re respectively
spectively respectively are Service,. B''and
"F" companies. .
As in the oast th loss tour
nament will be under t)ie snner snner-vlsion
vlsion snner-vlsion of the Post Special Serv Services
ices Services Officer, Lt Charles J. Glnn.
The tournament will consist
of a double round robin wit1!
the winning team being declared
post champions, in case of a tie
a best two out of-three series
will be played,"
. On conclusion ot the meet ap
propriate awaras win be pre presented
sented presented to .this champion .team as
to individual tmembers, and to
me runner up team. Outstanding
playerg m the contest will repre represent
sent represent Kobbe in this year's Pana Panama
ma Panama Area Armed" Forces Basket Basketball
ball Basketball League which commences
on September 12.
Aided .'by 1 the s stuulus'ot
equalling their .1.955 record oi
winning both- the PanamaArea
ftnrt CnrlhhPon Pnmmanit lim.
yw. ....... .w Al "I
ed Forces Championships aspir
ing Dasicetbaii prospects from
Ft. Kobbe filled the post gym
from 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday,
July 25, as try ou ts for, this
year's team commenc"ed. j
Coaching this year's team Will
be Lt. Anthony T, De Luca. Re Returning
turning Returning from last? year's team is
forward Willie Hatchett of Hq.
Co, 20th lat, Regt., Fort Kobbe.
Streaking Mzrlm ;f
With Rochester j :
NEW YORK. July. 28 ftIP)-.
The streaking Miami Marlins
and ; the embattled Rochester
Red Wings remained tied for
second place in the internation international
al international League today, only ly, games
back of nace-settine Toronto.
Both teams picked up ground.
u . i ..-. .. ... .
uu tuc mapie x.eiis last rugns,
Rochester coasting to an. 8-2
victory over Richmond and Mi Miami
ami Miami downing Montreal, 5-2. Ha
vana, meanwhile posted a 3-1
victory over Toronto behind the
three-hit pitching-of Rudy Min-
BiaTDoh Cardweli of the Mar
lins picked up his 12th victory
againv Montreal, a 1 1 h ough
touched" for nine hits. Billy Har
ris was the loser. It was Miami's
eighth victory in Its last nine
games. x I
Rochester1 chased A! Clcotte
with a four-run burst in the
third Inning and wound up with
io tuts on lour Ricnmontt pitch
ers. Johnny Faszholz was the
Columbus committed three er
rors in its game against Buffalo
but eked out a 3-2 victory over
the Bisons on Johnny Lipon's
three-run homer In the seventh
inning. ."'- ",'';.
Brown Dislikes Switching Callers;
But Would Run Them By Radio
POINT GETTER Edward J. Mareka. M" cimpany, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, regiment, appears to have a firm grasp on the ball, but
it slipped by him for a point for Headquarters, company.
Richard Tamutis' spike went to no svall, however, as "M"
company went on to win the volleyball contest and the Third
' battalion championship. (U.S. Army Photo) .
By JULIUS BOROS r
WriHen for NEA Service
A common fault of the average
golfer is trying to til the ballUoo
This only get him in trouble, i
The average player should glad
ly settle for a drive of between
175 and 200 yards. He should put
his eyes on a spot .that far down
the fairway. Control of the ball is
vastly more important than ( distance.-
M?ny fail to recognize the swing
as actually being two swings in
one the backs wing and the
downswing. To c a r r y the club
hack or to the right, the player
must be on his right foot,. To carry
it' down, he must be on his left
No one can. make any sort of a
proper' pivot on the backswing
.with his weight on the left i foot,
nor can he follow through natur naturally
ally naturally with the weight on the right
foot as be 'swings through. i.
i. pivoting playsani essential part
even in walking. A person does not
walk, solely with bis legs. He bal
ances himself on one and pivots
to place the other in a forward
position. Pivoting in a golf shot
is just as simple as pivoting in
' Julius Boros
Peter .Thomson on trap
OUT, QF DOORS with
Tm i.' Tl n ft a
HIRAM. O. -(NEA)-There will
be some interesting sub-plots in
the Cleveland Browns' production
of 1956, but there can be no doubt
about the main story line.
It. revolves around George Rat Rat-terman
terman Rat-terman "and. Babe Parilli and the
quarterback role vacated by Otto
By the time the season opens on
Sept. 30 with the Chicago Card Card-in
in Card-in a Is, P a u I Brown will have
chojen his quarterback. Now this
seems a long way off and a bit
trivial, .what with most sports
fans concerned with Mickey Man-
i tie's clouting and the chances of
1 Milwaukee and Cincinnati to break
through Brooklyn s National
Letgue monopoly.'. t, v j
"But the "Browns have an exhi exhibition
bition exhibition schedule which is almost on
top of them starting Aug. 10 with
the College All-Stars in Chicago. 1
$ the Quarterback situation
has to be straightened out imme
diately by Brown and the coach s
decision may determine haw far
his defending National Football
League champions go. . ,v,
Parilli appears to be the key.
Brown says he has a "wait-and-see"
attitude about the vacant
post, but he had Parilli in Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland for a month of instruction
this past spring. He now wants
to find out how quickly. Parilli
catches on to the Browns' system.
The coach is definitely against any
"share-the-work" .; basis for ... the
"My policy is to nave two quar quarterbacks,"
terbacks," quarterbacks," Brown says, "but one
carries the brunt of the work. By
the season's start, we will have
made a decision.
"You cant'a switch quarterbacks
in the middle of a game. It re results
sults results in too many mechanical er errors.
rors. errors. Each quarterback hands off
a little differently and ball handl handling
ing handling becomes less precise if you
' Parilli came into camp here
weighing 195 pounds and apparent apparently
ly apparently in excellent condition; He has
been doing a lot of passing and
has been "waiting for this a long
Whil Brawn deetn't want to
switch Quarterbacks, he would i
like to run them by switches. He
has been considering the idea of
a coach-to-quarterback radio com communication.
munication. communication. This would, allow
Brown to dispense with his "mes "messenger
senger "messenger service," carried t out r by
right guards. j
"!t wis mv idea. Brown says.
"Several electronics experts have
fooled around with it and one of
them has made it hobby; So far
it never has been presented to us
in acceptable form. 7
Brown conducted tests with
shortwave radio equipment in the
offseason at Cleveland Municipal
stadium. So far reception is the
main bug. It is not? clear in all
parts of the field. Radio woud
have to compete with the noise in
a packed stadium;
The receiver isn't larger than a
watch and easily could be install
ed in a quarterback's helmet.
"I got the idea because of all
the fuss made about my 'messen
gcr boys,'" laughs Paul Brown.
"I thought we could perfect this
thing and then spring it during an
exhibition game. ; v,
"Nobody would have been able
figure how I was getting the plays
L.to the game'
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: LIGHT RODS HAVE
By AL McCLANE
, fishing Editor
A friend of mine began f 1 v
fishing about three years ago. He
00k to the game with a passion
and in short order he fished moss
of the streams in the East as well
as parts of Europe and Iceland,.
A few days ago we fished togetn
er in New York ana nis casting,
which was once moderately good,
was bow so lneiiective mat ne
evctf Cut himself below the eye
with an uncontrolled back cast.
Like many ardent beginner, he
switched -from ordinary fly rods
to super light rods much too soon.
Those iitue one w-iwo ounce
wands in six V foot lengths were
not designed for everyday fisnmj?.
On a big stream or in a bad
wind they are a downright hand;-
can. In the hands ot a man wno
should still be polishing his funda fundamentals
mentals fundamentals they can be dangerous.
Lone fly rods eight to nine tcet
long are ideally suited to the be beginning
ginning beginning angler. The line will stay
up in the air away from your
head, which is most important,
when you are wading deep or sit-1
ting in a boat. .
DRESS REHEARSAL 1'rank D'Agostino of Auburn helps
West. Virginia's Sam Huff into his jersey as the tackles get
ready to work with the College All-Stars -at Northwestern
' University. The big boys will be in the thick of things against
" the champion Cleveland Browns in the All-Star dame; at
! Soldier Field in ChiPago, Aug. 10.
i :t,4 rt.u W !',!:.(. O.'tV.v'y ?
Also, you can cast more slowly
with a long rod than a short one
as the lever length is so many
more feet further away from your
wrist which is providing the mo mo-tion.
tion. mo-tion. ity : :b
The short fly rod requires per perfect
fect perfect timing and line speed. Ordi Ordinarily,
narily, Ordinarily, this takes a man from five
casters never get the knack in a
Before going to ultralight tac tackle
kle tackle you should be able to cast 60
or 70 feet with- regulation gear
without .dropping the flv or lino
on the water behind you. You
must be able to do this under all
conditions of wind.
Personally, J don't feel that a
six-foot, two-ounce rod offers any
more sport than an eieht-foot.
four-ounce rod as the weieht dif
ferential in no way affects the
trout. The handicaps of light rods
far outweigh their presumed pleasures.-
' '.' 1 :
(Distributed by NEA Service)
New Of The
Make Cheap Hides
Run Like Champs
EW YORK -(NEA) Hank
Moreno recalls an owner sending
him a two-page telegram of ins instructions
tructions instructions how to ride a 60-1 shot in
a Rthkes race. I r
The horse ran for
nH then folded uo. v.
The owner asked Moreno what
happened. "Nothing," replied t h e
jockey. "I just ran out of instruc
tions at the half mile poie.
OLYMPIANS STEP UP
New York--(NEA) Tony An.
thony, light heavyweight, and
Spider Webb, middleweight, team
mates of Floyd Patterson ion the
last United States Olympic boxing
team, now are in the televised
main event ranks. .
Berrios To Handy
Win Over Anahuac
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK, July 28 (UP) -Featherweight
Miguel Berrios of
Puerto Rico, inspired to heroics
by hair-pulling in his corner,
was rh-dmised todavaiiothter'tel-
evlslbft fight dn Aug. 22 at San
Francisco for snapping tne win'
ning streak of Mexican Kid An.
ahuac at Madison Square Gar
His San Francisco ppponent
will be Flash Elorde of the Phil Philippines,
ippines, Philippines, former challenger and
currently.; fifth-ranking j con con-tender,'
tender,' con-tender,' ;; r T
Trainer Mundite Medina an angrily
grily angrily pulled stocky Miguel's
hair in the corner last n:'ht
atfer the first round "becui he
was waitln' too much," and
thereby turned JMiguel into
such a bundle of punching fu fury
ry fury that he won th8 unani unanimous
mous unanimous 10-round den'slon handi handily
ly handily in a thrilling fight.
. Berrios, weighing 128 pounds
to Anahuac's 128, not only ruin ruined
ed ruined Anahuac's New York drt'jt
but snapped: his winning streak
at 15 straight: The Kid from
Mexico City was' favored at 13 13-10
10 13-10 in a late betting switch.,
And speaking of switches, Au-
ahuac turned southpaw after
the sixth round because he had
bruised his right hand badly in
that session, He claimed the
hand injury contributed much
to his first defeat since July 1,
1954, when stopped for the only
time in his career by ninth-
half mile.!ranklnft Sonnv Leon ot Venezue-
Nelther of last night's 23-year-old
scrappers are. ranked
among the top 10 contenders.
Manager Jimmy DeAngelo
was del ijhted with Berrios' ae-,
gressiv 'hookine attack to
body and head after the first first-round
round first-round ha'r-pulling. In addition
he praised Miguel's smartness
'n blasting Anahuac with
straight rights' after the Mexi
can, switched to the southpaw- 4
It was Rerrlos' 17th victory in
23 fights, and Anahuac's seventh 1
TOP HANDS mk
' Baltimore (NEA) The first
three to be enshrined in the Jock-;
eys' Hall of Fame at Pimlico were.,.
Eddie Arcaro. Earl Sande and the- --.
late Georgie Woolf.
defeat In 32. In Berrios' last pre- t
vlous bout,; June 15, he lost a ;
close decision to third-ranking i'
Cherlf Hamla of France. J
A small summer weekend i
crowd ot 1,750 paid $3,911 last
night. 1 -Wi;-
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'list YEAR ;; PANAMA, R. P; SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1956 ITTB CENTS
i lncoom onf Ehrlc irnri 0 f I f o
'f WWIIIVetl.il I -J m
Of 650,000 Sfeewoj7e,'s
' NEW YORK, July 28 (UP)
Steel companies met today with u u-representatives
representatives u-representatives to put finish
! in- touches on formal contracts
lurhiMi will snd 650.000 steelwork
ers back to-their jobs early next
! week. s
' 'The basic agreement was signed
i vosfprriav afternoon ending a 27-
iAmv wftrlr xtrmnatfe which .cost the
ii.o moretban $1 billion in lost
lithe new contracts will provide
I LITTLn mlS. J
iwonders, "Whot shell I soy?" A
?Womo wonders, "What shell I
I Weather Or Not
TThis waarhar repert, for' trie 24
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irW prt-irW by Iht Mttaerelegicat and
Hydregraphic Iranch-of th Pana
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SUNDAY, JULY 29
for no-strike guarantees for three1 tstimattd at mora than billion
years .jmd both industry ami union dollars.
spokesmen said thev hoDed the a-l With the announcement of the
greements would lead to; perma- agreement, maintenance personnel
nent labor peace in the, steel in- were expected to begin readying
Prtesidont Eisonhowtr joined
union and industry Itadori in
hailing th strike settlemant as
The new ; agreements call for
direct wage Increases of 10.5 cents
an hour for iiteelwnrkers this year
and pay hikes ot.9 1 ients an hour
in 1957 and 1958. Pre-strike wages
averaged $2.47 an hour.
the steel mills for the return of the
strikers. It was estimated that it
will take about three weeks for
the industry to get back into full
The average wage increase ov
er the three-year agreement was
the same as obtained by the u-
nion for a sinsle year last year.
The strike, fourth longest in the
industry's history, was the most
serious to hit the nation in four
Other provisions-'of the agree-!
merit call for premium nav for Suni vears
day work, strong union shop provi- In a joint statement, McDonald
sions, more liberal pensions, insur- and Stephens said:
ance and vacations and s o m e
Union spokesmen' said the con
tracts provide a package increase
of 45.6 cents an hour, company
representatives calculated the cost
at nearer 55 cents an hour.
The union shbn agreement pro
vides that all future' employes of
the steel industry must join tne uj
mon, Persons not presently oeiong oeiong-ing
ing oeiong-ing to the union will not have to
join. The old contract had contain contained
ed contained a membership escape clause.
The union shop issue touched off
a 55-day steel strike in 1952,
The "Strika, which' begaa at
midnight Juno 30 lx" hour af after
ter after the collapse of ntgotiations,
idled more than 800,000 workers
in steel and dependent Indus Indus-trio.
trio. Indus-trio. Steolworkers alone lost a- 1
bout $20 a day each in wages.
The loss In steel production was
holiday and vacation pay, a full
union shop, improved pensions andj
incMiftnio nrAmiitm n,v far Run.'
day work, and other fringe bene
fits." 1 .
Dies In California;
Was Old-Timer Here
TODAY 60- 30
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40 Positions Open
In CZ Organization
' Fortv position vacancies are list
ed ia -tne Canal organization in this
week's transfer-vceancy bulletin is
sued by the Personnel Bureau.
Thirty of the jobs are hospital at
tendant positions and five are for
nurses and firemen. There are two
positions each available for marine
inspection assistants, engineering
draftsmen, chemist, clerical,' and
towboat masters. Three vacancies
each are listed-for clerk-stenograph
ers and mechanical engineers. 1
The list of other positions now
available which may be filled by
transfer of Qualified employes in
other jobs include the following
categories: Body builder wood auto
and chauffeur, chauffeur, distribu distributor
tor distributor and window clerk, electrical
engineeY. guard, lead track fore
man, medical X-ray technical, tra tra-nee
nee tra-nee personnel assistant, plumber,
physical therapist, sanitary engi
neer, and supervisory cargo clerk
News of the death of Thomas S.
Booz, old-timer of the Canal con construction
struction construction period on July 10 in Pa Pa-sedena,
sedena, Pa-sedena, California, has been re received
ceived received on the Isthmus.. He was 77
years? old. 1 1
Mr. Booz for many years head headed
ed headed the bureau of Clubs and Play Playgrounds,
grounds, Playgrounds, now called the Service
Center Division. -
Mr. Booz was born in Baltimore,
Maryland, and came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus July 1907 when he was em
ployed as a machinist by the
Isthmian Canal Commmission.
He transferred a year as Assist
ant Secretary in the YMCA orga organization,
nization, organization, the construction day coun
terpart ot tne present day service
Center Division. He was promot promoted,
ed, promoted, to secretary two years later
and. in 1916 he was made head of
the Clubs and Playgrounds, serv serving
ing serving in that position untiL1928.
During this period Mr. Booz took
a prominent part in the civic and
community activities in the Canal
kHe returned to the Canal Zone
in '1934 and was employed in vari
ous jobs until his retirement from
service in June 1941.
Memorial services were held Ju July
ly July 13 in Memorial Park, Glendale,
and were attended by a large num number
ber number of his old Canal Zone friends
who haye also retired and live in
California, '..-. '-
Mr. Booz is survived by his
WASHINGTON, July: 28 (UPV (UPV-Members
Members (UPV-Members of the adjourned 84th
Congress began an exodus to their
home states today to prepare for
next nonius national political
conventions and their own battles
for reelection. y. : v ,
- They closed the books on the
81th session last night with the
passage of four major bills for
eign aid, social security, housing
and flood insurance.
The House adjourned sine die at
11:56 p.m. and the Senate at mid.
jiiigmV-Jan. 7 was fixed as the
starting date pf the next session.
Today, there were the usual ar arguments
guments arguments over how good a record
the 84th Congress made and over
which party contributed the. most
to the .nations welfare; But the
real concern of most members
was "Who will 'control the next
Congress?"- and "Will I be
back7 (. .
Both sldos Were oreoarad to
blame the other for the fact that
the administration's bill to pro provide
vide provide federal aid for school con con-,
, con-, srruetion w' killed In the Houo
after f a battle over segregation.
The same held true of the the-passed
passed the-passed civil rights bill which died
in the rush for adjournment in
the senate. A forewarning of the
political charge-swapping on this
issue as sounded at the last min minute
ute minute before the Senate wound up its
Sen. Georife H. Bender (K-Ci 1
stood briefly just before midnight
10 repiy. 10 nonnern Democrats
who deplored failure to pass the
civil rights bill. Bender said Dem-
locraU', were Tunnnine the Senate
and it -was their responsibility;
fionnson asued what Bender did
about civil rights when Republi Republicans
cans Republicans controlled the Senate. ?'
: "I did everything I doul," Ben Bender
der Bender replied. don't like this de de-masoguery.'.
masoguery.'. de-masoguery.'. ;-. House Republicans and Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat accepted a challenoe from
(each other yesterday to make a
campaign issue out ef the tact
that Congress passed no legisla legislation
tion legislation t. speed development of at
Rep. W. Sterlins CoIp fR-N V
said. Democrats would have to I
, -18116 the responsabihty" for Refus Refusing
ing Refusing to call up in the House two ad
ministration bills to promote a-
tomic.powef dcvelopnent by nri-
vate enterprise. s
But Democrats, in turn, blamed
Republicans for the earlier defeat
of a Senate-passed measure to
let the GovCrnmest take the lead
in building atomic pDwer reactors.
In the final day of its session',
Congress sent to President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower a social security bill
far more liberal than he had
sought. It would speed benefits
to more- than 1 million persons
by lowing the retiretment age
to 42 for women and 50 50 for
the totally disabled. It would
increase social security taxes..
Congress also passed a fore'en
ing units over the next two years.
The Flood B.ll approved a $5 bil billion
lion billion i federal insurance1 program
.md a $25 billion loan program for
Hood victims.. .. .!
Although he did not get every
thing ho wanted from Congress,
Mr. Eisenhower thanked loaders
ef both parties tor the "coopera "cooperation"
tion" "cooperation" he received. -...
Earlier in the session Congress
gave him a soil bank program to
help curb farm surpluses,, approv approved
ed approved his highway -construction pro
"The ne(. contract When con concluded,,
cluded,, concluded,, should per.rmt the steel
.companies of America te pro pro-coed,
coed, pro-coed, without fear of disrupted
production, on their announced
.plans of adding 15 million tons
of new capacity in the next three
The industry looked forward to
boosting production by 5 million
tons a year under the no-strike a a-greement.
greement. a-greement. It has lost that much in
production' from five strikes in the
past 11 years;
Union President David J. Mc-i
Donald and John A Stephens, chief
industry negotiator, said they were
willing to,work.,',,dayMand. night"
to wind up, the 27-state .strike that
cost the nation's economy- more
than a billion dollars in lost pro
McDonald said he hopes to be
a"ble to sign the contracts with the
12 companies at the same time
next week. He .said it would take
several day to work put some of
The agreement, which will cost
the steel industry a total ef $1, $1,-332,000,000
332,000,000 $1,-332,000,000 ever the three year pe period,
riod, period, will give steolworkers bene benefits
fits benefits totaling 20.3 cents an hour
the first year, 12.2 cents the sec sec-end
end sec-end year, and 13.1 cents the third
year.. Total benefits will bo 417
mlllinn dallarc. t
Wage increases will total 28.7 1 wit e, Mrs. .Louise Booz, of Pasade-
aid measure much lower than th? 'gram,. followed, his advice against
President asked but a housing and 1 lowering taxes, appropriated what
iiuuu uisumuce legislation more ne wanted, and more, for defense,
closely tailored to his wishes. But m arMitinn thmv i
The foreign aid bill appropriated frights and school bills, it rejected
33.77 billion compared with $4.9 Ithe President's plea for a postal
originally asked by Mr.. Eisenhow-irate increase- and took no action
eri,. 1 on hi health reinsurance program
The House Bill authorized con-1 and proposal to liberalize .immi .immi-struction
struction .immi-struction of 70,000 new public hous-'gration laws.; t i
-m i ft A i
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cents an hour over the three-year
period, including 10.S cents the
first year, and 9.1 cents in both
t? second and third years.
The agreement also provides for
52 weeks of layoff pay. Improved
In Desert Ambush
inee personnel assistant, plumber,
T.. and Thomas J. Booz, Jr. and
three brothers, Melville L., also a
retired Canal employe, and Norta
A. and Charles S. Booz, of Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago. The latter is a member of the
firm of Booz; Allen tt Hamilton
which conducted the fringe bene benefits
fits benefits study of Canal employes in
Hew Gadgets Help ;;
In Highway Work ?
LOS ANGELES (UP) Knot.
ty problems in freeway and high highway
way highway construction can now t be
solved' quickly and inexoensivelv i
by an aerial photography-electronic
computation system, according
to 'Bendix Aviation Computer Di
vision Corp., officials.
The G-15 General Purpose com
puter was produced by Bendix and
was demonstrated recently with
a photo-mapping operation used
by- the engineering firm of Lock-
wood, Kessler & Bartlett, of Sy-
osset, uing island.
The new system, combining the
two operations, utilizes four bas
ic steps. (
l Aerial photoeraohs of a
proposed highway t route or
"strips" are made with correc corrections
tions corrections to allow for variations in the
2 The photographs
are matched to provide a true lo location
cation location and elevation of every ter terrain
rain terrain feature common to them.
This is first established by, ground
3 i Drawings of a three-dimen-
y'",;-" I urn 1
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT- IS DUE A steelworker and his son look at a sign in a furniture
store window, offering credit to strikers until 30. days after a settlement is reached. As the
steel strike wears on, credit such as this, being extended in Chicago, will aid steelworkers like
f Frank Ocha and their families. Special credit to strikers is now- being given in many stores
fc near closed-down mills. "-.' ..',. ". -
Stanford U. Gets
""STANFORD, Calif. (UP)
sional "stereopticon" contour map The Northern California Citizen
are made so vertical, horizontal1 ship Clearing House, the 22nd
and depth measurements can be1 such center in the country, has
White Collar Men
Strike For Higher
Pay In Argentina
BUENOS AIRES. July 28 (UP)
The Commercial Workers union
1 SEDEBOKER, ISrael, July 28
( UP j-t-An Egyptian desert ambush
almost trapped an American ar'
itary authorities reported yester-whlctt comprises one million white
day. collars workers in Argentines sin-
Maj. Dan' Gov said Egyptian le latest organized labor body,
commandos poured heavy fire on alye,sterday demanded a 40 per cent
convoy carrying trot. Neiseni8""" uicrease lur iis entire
Elaine Bisoenden, IS, from
Toronto, poses prc.uly for
phoioiiuphcis after being
namcj ."Miss Canada." She'll
:oprc.i... 'm Maple Leaf coun
try in Uie 1936 Miss Universe
Glueck of the Hebrew Union Col
lege in Cincinnati. The convoy
continued on its way without re returning
turning returning the fire. "
Glueck has been searching for
possible copper deposits in the
Negev Desert since 1951. The area
includes the lengendary site of
Kong Solomon s mines.
taken along the route.
4 The necessary measure
ment data U taken from the con
tour map and fed into the comput
er which translates 'the data into
precise engineering information
such as the location and size of
each earth cut and fill wthin any
specific seetion ot the route.
f At that point, the section of hieh
way is ready for staking and bull bulldozing.'
dozing.' bulldozing.' Earth-moving- equipment
can then begin operations on the
patter provided by the comput computer's
er's computer's answer.
This is a major portion of field
surveying' and can now be elim-l
inated by the new camera-to com-!
puter technique.' I
With the new system, authorities!
say a time-saving of as much as
30 to 1 is achieved and a cost
saving of 15 to 1 is realized.
been established here at Stanford
University tov stimulate student
interest in political affairs.
; The' centers wer"e set up as non
partisan groups, with equal weight
being given to boti maior parties,
They;' are affliated with the Law
Center of New York University,
and are partly financed by the
Fnttf Founds t inn. a nnn-nrofit or
ganization interested in citizenship
and social sciences.
AF Plans To Move
Far fast Command
To Hawaii In '58
; WASHINGTON, "tuly 2? (U?).-1
me Air force pians 10 iransier
ts Far Eastern headquarters from
Japan to Hawaii next July 1, it
was disclosed yesterday.
' The future of the huge command
had been left up in the air after
last week's Defense Department an
nouncement that the U.S. Far East
Command in Tokyo would be a a-bolished
bolished a-bolished in a yfeaVi Air Force head headquarters
quarters headquarters probably is the largest
part of theFar East Command.
Military sources said the Far
East Air Forces will become part
of Adm. Felix Stump's unified Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Command and will continue
to be run by Ait Force Gen. Lau Laurence
rence Laurence S. Kuter.
Kuter's headquarters will absort
the present Pacific Air Force head
ed by Mai. Gen. Sory Smith at Hick
man Air f orce Base, Hawau.
Under Stump's overall direc direction,
tion, direction, the air command will em embrace
brace embrace bases 'and combat units
throughout the area bounded by
the Philippines, Japan andJHawaii.
The move is planned as part of
he Pentagon effort to reduce num numbers
bers numbers of troops assigned to big
headquarters as well as to straigh straighten
ten straighten out complicated command re
lationships and wipe out-divided
IN APPRECIATION for his civic council work, Leonard f M.
Brockman, Programs Coordinator of the Panama CanaUCom-
Eany (at right) is shown receiving a certificate from Thomas
. Sellers, president of the Cristobal-Margarita Council. It was
presented at a meeting of- civic councllmen, and presided over
by Gov. W. E. Potter, Brockman and his wife are sailing today
for the United States where he will assume his new job as
Manpower and Industrial Relations Advi'or at Redstone Arsenal
v.in Huntiville, Ala., where, military rockets are being developed.
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.'WHAT THE-. ."Perspiring In the torrid heat, Frank
Robertson can hardly believe his eyes as he looks- at this
trash can on a downtown Indianapolis street. The can, with
Its Yuletide message, had been there since last Christmas.'
NO COVER Greenwich' Village sculptor Albino Manca .sent
photos of his bas-relief, above, to Mayor George Christopher
of, San Francisco, suggesting it for the cover of the Republican,
national convention program. Mayor Christopher, returned
them, however, since the program will have a photo of Fresi
dent. Eienhowr on th cover. -r