The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:00805

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THIRTIETH TEAM
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1955
FIVE CENT*
US-Raters Happy To Have
Washington Spokesmen
Big 4 Converge On Geneva
US-raters today suddenly seem-)
ed to become aware of the ad-|
vantages of retaining labor rep-
resentatives in Washington.
Today many were expressing
their satisfaction with a letter
setn by Rufui Love lad y to Sen-
ator John J. Sparkman with
regard to an Interpretation of
the new Panama-UJ. treaty
which would subject locally-
hired U.S. citizens working lo
the Zone to Panama ratea of
pay.
tions of the'treaty wai to a-
vold discrimination against !
Panamanians, "but they're
up by discriminating against
us."
"It just shows you how lmpor-1
tant it is for us to belong to
these unions here," was the re-
action of another employe.
Lovelady's letter also indicated
that Howard E. Munro, legisla-1
tive representative of the Canal'
; Zone Central Labor Union will
testify against ratification of
Lo'velady, who is national vice- the treaty,
president of the American Fed- UnI offlclala ], indicated
eration of Government Employ- th and ^ A^.
es, alerted the SenateForeign L Tradeg Department prepared
Relations Committee to protect i 8tatement cSveriBg all the pro-
the U.S. wage-scale of locally- ,vlslons of ^ ^^ whlch ^n
hired Americans. mMlMu.t! be presented to the Senate Com-
George H. Roderlcic, assistant mittee
secretary of the Army was ed-____________L___
Gorgas Uncertain
Whal Caused Death
Of Rescued Hale
The Canal said today they did
not know what gave rise to the
gastro Intestinal hemorrhage,
lted with saying that in apply-
ing the treaty, that persons re-
cruited In the U.S. .would receive
basic pay at the U.S. Rate, but
that persons recruited locally
would be paid at the Panama
rate.
Lovelady's letter, addressed to
Sparkman said in part:
"I am absolutely confident
that you will not abide by any
auch interpretation as Roderick
seems to place upon the mean- which caused the death of the
CZ Has Had
Last Bangup
4th Of July
French Declare Martial Law
To Halt Casablancan Rioting
CASABLANCA, Morocco, July 18
(UP) Frsnce declared martial
law in riot-torn Casablanca today.
Resident General Gilbert Grand-
val ordered martial law instituted
"In full force" in the wike of race
Police said a huge lumber store-
house was a mass of flames.
Rioting Frenchman virtually
seized control of the center of this
port city of 700,000 in their pro-
test a g a i n s-t the government's
Bulganin
Flies From
Moscow
rioting and other violence that has: "soft" policy toward Moroccan
The sale of fireworks and the
use or firing of fireworks in the
Canal Zone except by authorized
groups or responsible organiza-
tions have been prohibited by
Executiva Regulation No. 61
which will become effective Au-
gust 30.
According to the regulation is- ,.
sued by Governor John S. Bey-Frenchmen asking.revenge for a
-ij V.____i______k. >,. terrorist bomb explosion in a
crowdel French cafe which killed
killed at least 19 persons and
wounded 80 since Thursday night.
French and Moroccan mobs
clashed in bloody street fighting in
Casablanca's European quarter
last night as more tOhan 3,000
Frenchmen raged through the
streets attacking Moroccan resi-
dents.
terrorism.
They began gathering in the
streets at mid-morning in answer
to leaflets calling for Frenchmen
o take up arera.
French ResidentGeneral G 11-
bert Grandval, clamped on a dusk-
to-dawn curfew. But the angry
lng of a single wage scale, but
that you will insist that citizens
of the United States be paid a
wage equivalent to that he
would receive for the same or
similar work in the continen-
tal U.S. plus any authorized dif-
ferential for tropical or overseas
service."
44-year-old American seaman
who died at Gorgas after he was
flown here from the Galapagos
Islands earlier this week in a
mercy mission.
Unofficial reports on the
death of seaman James H.
Brown, indicated that the hem-
orrhage might have been caused
by bad fish or other food eaten
while on board his ship the
Pioneer Star.
Favorable comments on Love-
lady's letter today indicated that
many employes felt it was Just a
"misinterpretation," but that it
might have been disastrous to
their welfare if it had not been
brought to the attention of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee.
marked, "or it could have* pass-
ed. Bov would we be in bad
ehapef"
Another worker said he
thought that one of the inten-
Pearson Street
Traffic Stopped
Pearson Street, which runs a-
cross the lower end of the Bal-
boa Flats area, will be closed to
through traffic for a period of
approximately six months effec-
tive Monday morning at 7. it
was announced by the Panama
Canal Engineering and Con-
struction Bureau.
The street is being closed to
permit work to continue on the
extension of Owen Street
through the area where a num-
ber of old Canal quarters are
now being demolished.
The portion of Pearson Street
which will be left open to traf-
ile will serve the Chase Bank
and two other public buildings
in that area.
Beck Takes Over
Terminals Bureau
A. E. Beck, superintendent of
the Terminals Division, will act
as director of the Transportation fell from an elevated fork lift,
end Terminals Bureau during
the absence of B. L Everson.
Everson is scheduled to sail
from Cristobal Saturday aboard
the SS Cristobal of the Panama
Line for the States where he will
ismend six weeks' vacation. He i Trades council will be held to-
,will be accompanied by his wife morrow morning at 8:30 at the
r.d two children. I Margarita clubhouse.
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Cause of death by hospital of-
ficials was listed as from "gas-
tro-intestinal hemorrhage."
No official confirmation has
been given, but it was under-
stood that the captain of the
.. an
_ sdamans
death Is being made.
Brown was suffering front a
bleeding duodenal ulcer when
the 26th Air Rescue Squadron
was summoned to his aid. The
3100-mile hazardous flight com-
pleted by the rescue outfit was
considered to be one of the long-
est and most dangerous ever at-
tempted by them. The seaman
took a turn for the worse and
failed to rally after an emergen-
cy operation was performed at
Gorgas.
Today his body is being ship-
ped to New York on board the
Pioneer Reef.
His ship, the pioneer Star, was
bound for Japan.
Youth's Condition
Termed Improved
"Slight improvement" was no-
ticed"- today in the condition of
William J. Sheridan, in, who Is
seriously ill at Gorgas Hospital
where he is suffering from a
tured skull.
The 17-year-old son of attor-
ney William J. Sheridan, Jr., fell
ten feet head-first onto a con-
crete flor in a packing and crat-1
ing warehouse of P. 8. Rude-1
sheim Co, at Albrook where he
was employed for the summer
vacation.
Young Sheridan slipped and
CLU Meeting
The monthly
Central Labor
meeting of the
Union Metal
LIGHTNING STRIKESPo.ccmen and attendants care for
two persons Injured when a oolt of lightning streaked through
the crowded grandstand a'- England's fashionable Royal As-
cot Race couise. One perso" was killed and 30 others injured.
The bolt hit the conductoi on the stand then flashed through
the gaily-dressed crowd. It aa the first time that some mem-
ber of the Royal family bad not attended the Ascot race*.
ed and used in the Canal Zone
only for supervised public dis-
plays by responsible organiza-
tions or groups of individuals
who first must obtain a permit
from the Civil Affairs Director.
Authority to regulate the sale
and use of fireworks on the Ca-
nal Zone was given the Govern-
or in a bill passed recently by
Congress.
Maximum penalty for viola-
tion of regulations under the
new law will be a line of not
more than %100 or by 30 days
in jatt or both.
The Executive regulation con-
trolling the sale and use of fire-
works follows:
"Sec. 1. The sale of fireworks
in the Canal Zone is prohibited.
"Sec. 2. The use or firing of
fireworks in the Canal Zone is
prohibited, except as hereinaft-
er provided.
"Sec. 3. The term 'fireworks'
shall mean and Include any
combustible or explosive compo-
stttori. e* any substance or com-
bination of substances, of artl;le
Srpared for the purpose of pro-
ucing a visible audible effect
by combustion, explosion, defla-
gration or detonation, and shall
Include blank cartridges, toy pis-
tols, toy cannons, toy canes, or
toy guns in which explosives are
used, the type of balloons which
require fire underneath to pro-
pel same, firecrackers, torpe-
does, skyrockets, Roman candles,
Daygo bombs, sparklers or other
fireworks of like construction
and any fireworks containing
any explosive or flammable
compound, or any tablets or
other device containing; any ex-
plosive substance, except that
the term 'fireworks' shall not the people's
include toy pistols, toy canes, toy gnjp anj vigorously build up
guns or other devices in which
Eaper capa containing not more
han an average of twenty-five
hundredth (.25) of a grain of
explosive composition per cap,
the sale and use of which shall
be permitted at all times.
"Sec. 4. The Civil Affairs Di-
rector may issue permits for su-
pervised public displays of fire-
works by responsible organiza-
tions or groups of individuals, to
be held at such times and plac-
es and under such conditions as
in his opinion shall not be haz-
ardous to persons or property.
Similar public displays on mili-
tary reservations shall be per-
missible when properly author-
ized by the appropriate military
authorities.
"Sec. 5. Nothing in this regu-
lation shall be construed to pro-
hibit the use of fireworks by
mob violence raged out of con-
The violence was touched off by trol.
Screaming "Death to Grand-
val," they attempted to storm ci-
ty office buildings. They were
driven back with fire and tear
10 persons.
French rioters shot
Moroccans in the very center of
Casablanca and then clubbed
them to death with gun butts last
night. They lynched another Mo-
roccan on the same spot a few
minutes later.
The death toll c 11 m b e d to at
least IS after nearly 24 hours of
violence.
A mob of Moroccans surged out
of the ney Medina, a native quar-
ter, into the European city and
bloody new clashes broke out.
The borad Place das Allies was
the scene of intense rioting with
plumes of black smoke from over-
turned and burninr Moroccan bus-
es shrouding the entire area. An
uncountel number of Moroccans
were wounded.________________
Reds Said Prepared
To Draft Troops For
Conquest 01 Formosa
LONDON, July 1 (UP* ** The
Communist radio reported tolay
the Reds in China re preapnng to
draft troops for the conquest of
U. S. -protected Formosa.
A Peping broadcast said Defense
Minister Peng Teh-Huai told the
rubber stamp Red "Congress
that voluntary enlistment is no
longer supllying the number Of
men the Reds need.
Peng said a "combination of
strong active units and strong re-
serves" is needed to "consolidate
democratic listator
transportation agencies for sig-
nal purposes or illumination, or j Diem .
the use of blank cartridges for statement in a nationwide radio
a show or theater, or for signal broadcast four days before the
or ceremonial purposes in ath- deadline "t by the Geneva Indo-
letics or sports, or use by mill- cnina Truce agreement for talks
tary organizations. I to begin arranging all-Indochina e-
"Sec. 6. As provided In Section iectlons next year. It made as the
down two I gas bombs but not lispersed.
It was the worst rioting since
nationalist agitation for Moroccan
independence began.
Sops and cafes were pillaged.
Atlantic-Side Pups
Register For Shots
Beginning Monday
Fldo's day comes next week if
he lives on the Atlantic side and
the following week if his resi-
dence is one of the Pacific side
communities of the Canal Zone.
The annual vaccination and
registration of dogs living in the
Canal Zone will start at 10 o'-
clock Monday morning at the
Margarita Elementary School.
Th foJtotvto* day *ttlMi'
be at the Mount Hope Stadium
and on Wednesday at the Gatun
Fire Station.
All dogs In the Canal Zone are
required to be vaccinated against
rabies and to be registered and
tagged, or be subject to Im-
poundment.
The team this year will be
composed of Dr. K. C. Zimmer-
man, veterinarian of the Health
Bureau, who will handle the
vaccinations; George M. Pervln
of the License Section, who will
issue the new registrations and
tags, and Darnley A. Sobers, lo-
cal-rate assistant, who will help
in handling the dogs.
The hours will be from 10 to 1
o'clock and from 3 to S o'clock
each day. This schedule will be
followed when the team moves
to the Pacific side the following
week.
All doar owners have been re-
quested to bring their pets on
leashes.
As In the past, the registra-
tion fee will be $2, no charge be-
ing made for the vaccination
when made by the veterinarian
on the regular schedule.
Ferry Suspended
For Ramp Repairs
Thatcher ferry service will be
(UP) Premier Ngo Dinh Diem, suspended from 11 p.m. Tuesday
said today South Vietnam accept- imght unil 5 a.m.- Wednesday, it
ed the "principle" of really free was announced at Balboa Heights.
all-Indochina elections but that he During this six-hour period, re-
doubted they could ever be held pars wfji be made to the loading
in the Communist north. ramp on the west bank,
made his long waited
strength for the liberation of the
Chinese territory of Taiwan (For-
mosa)." .
"The fundamental purpose of
the military service law .is to
substitute compulsory military
service for the voluntary enlist-
ment system, which no longer an-
swers current and future require-
ments," Peng was quoted as say-
ing. ^-^___________
Diem Supports Free
Elections In Vietnam
SAIGON, Indochina, July 16
MOSCOW. July 18 (UP)Pre-
mier Nikolai Bulganin and the
Soviet delegation left by plane
today for the Big Four summit
conference at Geneva.
Bulganin was accompanied by
Communist Party First Secreta-
ry Nikita Khrushchev and De-
fense Minister Georgl Zhukov.
Meanwhile, Soviet Foreign
Minister V. M. Molotov landed at
Colntrln Airport in Geneva this
morning to attend the Big Four
summit talks.
Four sleek Russian "Zim" au-
tomobiles were parked around
the airport hangar awaiting the
Soviet foreign minister and his
staff. One flew the Red Soviet
flag with gold hammer and sic-
kle.
Molotov arrived with First De-
puty.. Foreign Secretary Andrei
Gromyko.
Steel helmeted Swiss troops
and scores of police threw a
tight cordon around the air-
field.
Even more stringent security
arrangements were planned for
the Big Four heads of govern-
ment themselves.
Molotov was the first of the
Big Four arrivals. He landed
at the airport silent but wear-
ing a beaming smile that ap-
peared to augur well for the
parleys atmosphere.
Yesterday Bulganin, declaring
Russia does not want war, pledg-
nh4mm';5ra.
Geneva to rid the cold war.
"We have never had and do
not have now the Intention oi
attacking anybody," Bulganin
said in a statement to an un-
precedented Kremlin news con-
ference.
Bulganin said the struggle be-
tween East and West "cannot
be solved by war."
He said the Russians consider
it "our sacred duty" to replace
present international tensions
with "an atmosphere of confi-
dence, mutual .understanding
and business-like cooperation.
"It is said that even a bad
peace is better than a good
quarrel," Bulganin declared.
''And if we exert all efforts and
achieve not a bad but a good
real peace, millions of men
and women in all countries
will draw a sigh of relief."
But the Soviet leader warned
that Russia has "a very good
army with alii the necessary e-
qulpment" to eafeguard its se-
curity.
Bulganin urged the establish-
ment of a European "collective
security system" with the possi-
ble participation of other states
to ensure peace. He said the idea
was "feasible."
Bulganin held the first news
conference ever given by a So-
viet premier in a handsome
wool-panelled conference room
in the cabinet ministers' build-
ing Inside the Kremlin wall.
He spoke as reports circulat-
ed among Westerners in Mos-
cow that the Geneva conference
may result In agreement of Bul-
ganin and President Elsenhower
(Continued on Page IV)
Ike Describes
His Journey As
Search For Peace
GENEVA. Switzerland, July 16 (UP) The Big Four
heads of government converged on Geneva today for the
summit conference which President Eisenhower said could
advance the cause of peace for "all the world."
Mr. Eisenhower stopped off in Iceland for about two
hours today, then took off for the last leg of his flight to
Geneva.
The American President told Icelandic officials he
had embarked on a ''search for peace" on his new mission
to Europe.
British Prime Minister Antho-
ny Eden, French Premier Edgar
Faure and Soviet Premier Niko-
lai Bulganin also were arriving
later today for the talks.
Soviet foreign minister Vya-
cheslav M. Molotov and his first
deputy, Andrei A. Gromyko,
were early arrivals. They flew in
at 5:30 a.m.
The top-level parley, which
the world hopes will pave the
way to an end of 10 years of
Cold War tension, opens here
Monday in the ornate Palace of
Nations.
*_ Big Four leads*
ISemsjtle parley,
foreign msbIh era mee i
lng in Paris gave unanimous
approval to western strategy
for Ike negotiates.
Mr. Elsenhower lunched wit
Iceland's President Asgelr As-
geirsson during the two hour
refuelling stopover
commander of the Allied war-
time armies and as the leader
who pulled Free Europe into a
position of strength In his sec-
ond as supreme European com-
mander under NATO. 1
Mr. Elsenhower's own words
indicated his third trip to Eu-
rope could be the beginning of
his greatest crnsade.
He will tell the Russians at
Geneva they cannot hope for
good relations with the United
States until they free their sa-
tellite states and put an end to
international Communist sub-
version, it was reported today.
Aatberitatlve sources in Par-
tellltes and subven** should
be bought op at the Big Pour
conference In addition to *-
tions Of German unity, Euro-
pean security and disarma-
ment.
,v.,rj Secretary of State John Foster
The President arrived aboard Du Brlgh Fo afretar/
Super-Constellation tt..m u..unu. 3
his
Columbus III accompanied by
Mrs. Elsenhower. Mrs. Elsenhow-
er accompanied him In another
Constellation called Columbine
when they flew back to Wash-
ington from Paris in 1952.
RWe shall do our best to start
the world on the beginning of a
new road which may be long but
which, If faithfully followed, will
lead us to a better and fuller
life," Mr. Eisenhower said In a
nationwide television and radio
broadcast before leaving Wash-
ington.
He said be was going to "ex-
tend the band of friendship''
to Russia provided Soviet dele-
gates to Geneva honestly Join
the search for peace.
At Keflavlk, Iceland, Mr. Els-
enhower touched down on Euro-
pean soil for the first time since
he flew to Washington in June,
1952 and resigned from the Ar-
my in preparation for the Re-
publican national convention.
Mr. Elsenhower also said be-
fore leaving Washington that
the Geneva conference could
prove "the greatest step toward
Eeace.-..ln the history of man-
Ind."
Little Iceland knew the presi-
dent as the liberator of the con-
tinent in his first crusade as
522 of Title 2 of the Canal Zone
Code, violations of these regula-
tions are punishable by a fine of
not more than S100 or by 30 days
Imprisonment in jail or both."
15 Red Farmers
Leave: For States
In Exchange Plan
PARIS. July 16 (UP)'A 15-
man Soviet group of farm ex-
perts headed by Russian Vice-
Minister of Agriculture Vladimir
Mazkevitch headed across the
Atlantic today on the westward
leg df an American-Soviet farm-
ing exchange.
A few hours before they wing-
ed out of Paris word was receiv-
ed here that an American group
of farm experts had arrived in
Moscow for the other half of the
two-day trip.
Photo Cells
LOS ANGELES, July 16 (UP)
Frank D. Varella. 32, and Mrs.
Pat Sue Rowland. 25. regretted
today asking Josephine Onorio
to pose in the nude for photo-
graph a.
Miss Onorio, a policewoman,
arrested them,
N
Big Four chiefs of government
gathered again at Geneva.
But Diem made it clear he will
not accept any Communist propos-
als whatever punless they put the
national Interest above those of
Communism, stop using terror and
violating promisses such as in
the recent attacks in neighboring
Laos.
Segni Said Assured
Of Confidence Vole
ROME, Italy, July 16 (UP) A
government spokesman said today
Permier Antonio Segni's coalition
government is assuged of victory
in next week's confidence vote in
Parliament.
The New Italian premier will
have the support of the four cen-
ter parties backing his coalition-
Christian Democrats, Social Dem-
ocrats, Liberals and Republicans.
He also may receive some sup-
port from the leftwing Socialists
and the rightwing Popular Mo-
narchists, Government supporters
said.
The pre-confidence debate re-
sumed today in the Chamber of
Deputies where the vote is ex-
pected Monday. The Senate will
start iU debate and take its vote
later next week.
JgJ
COL. H. S. TUBES, commanding officer, Fort Clayton, welcomes the chUdrento the first session
of the 1955 annual Summer Recreation Program Mrs. Tubos. >w- d "^ ^u'_KS5;
chiet instructors in the program, look on. The five-week schedule, designed to both entertain
and Instruct dependents during the vacation period. Includes such ctlvltles a ittoaHji, arts
and crafte. bowling, golf, dramatics, movies and photography. Capt. William FMlUardw di-
rector of the program. -W* AnBJ 9*M*'
~tf
Harold MacMillan and Frenen
Foreign Minister Antolne Plnay
reached "complete agreement"
yesterday on Joint strategy for
the conference. They were said
to be especially hopeful of win-
ning agreement on German re-
unification.
Plnay expressed confidence
the top-level meeting will pro-
duce worthwhile results.
"The fact that me
It years have been engaged
a cold war and a nuclear
race have agreed to meet
round a table to discuss .
lems causing anguish to atj
the world is a necees in tSZ
self," he said.
Plnay added the West plansjQ
give priority to the German
question.
But Russian pronouncement!
today did little to encourage op-
timism on that issue.
Radio Moscow, quoting what It
said was an article In the Com-
munist newspaper Pravda, dis-
missed Western discussions of
disarmament and reunification
as "tittle-tattle."
"Western commentators wenl
to limit discussions to the ques-
tion of procedure for all-German
elections, leaving aside the prob-
lem of how to Insure that a re-
unified Germany will.. .never a-
gain fall prey to the Hitler brand
o militarists and revenge-mon-
gers," the radio said.
president Elsenhower also said
yesterday that Russia has given
the "appearance" of accepting
"at least some principles" of a
sound disarmament plan needed
to save the world from nuclear
destruction.
He made the statement in a
letter to Congress, released a few
hours before his scheduled de-
parture for the momentous Big
Four meeting with Russia in Ge-
neva.
Declaring that atomic weap-
ons make disarmament "liter-
ally a problem of survival for
all mankind,'' the President
said Mini country Is carefully
weighing Russia's latest dis-
armament proposals.
Disarmament is slated as one
of the major topics for the Big
Four parley. The statement held
out cautious hope for agreement
with Russia on at least the ma-
chinery for moving forward to-
(Continued en Page IO>
In VF*fl
An American woman employed
by the Army as a clerk was fined
$15 yesterday in the Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court for reckless driv-
ing.
The 47-year-old defendant,
Grace M. Hildreth, apparently ran
her car into a DDT truck which
was spraying the area round Gor>
gona Road. She pleaded not guilr
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Labor News
And
Comment
By VICTOR RIEEL
Big labor his come of age in
Wisnington. Not only are iU new
major buildings among the most
imposing in the capital and its
real estile investments the
shrewdest in the District, but its
lobbyists are spending as much
as any other big business.
Fact ia that recently compiled
records reveal that labor spends
more than many businesses to
push through new laws, defeat cer-
tain bills and repeal acts it con-
siders unfriendly.
The records of the Clerk of the
House of Representatives disclose
that some 40 labor lobbyists to-
day spend as much or more than
any other interest. The records
show that labor, the farmers and
the public utilities are the Big
Three lobbyists in Washington to-
day.
There is no accurate estimate
of money spent by the lobbyists
to influence Congress and the
White House, since many groups
leave blank the section on "ex-
there is always some traffic in the locks because that is when "unions did noi complete their
most neople have to cross. I've seen cars stopped as far back as
Morgan's Gardens waiting for the bridge
most people have to cross. I've seen cars stopireu v- ports,
rgan's Gardens waiting for the bridge. .____.. tV.
Also! just the other day after double ^age. they owned the
other side and it was 10 minutes before the ship arrived witnin
BO yards of the center pier. This is not necessary for they can
arrange their schedule any way they desire
I for one. contend that this downright disregard for the con-
nlence of many Inst because it's a little less work for a few
power-happy Jokers should come to and end.
John Lewis, for example, regis-
tered his United Mine Workers
through a lobbyist by the name of
Robert E. Howe, Jr.but there i\
no indication of the money spent
by the miners.
Lewis' mine union lists his ob-
it's not only in this one Item, but all around us.
Panama Canal vehicle drivers. I sometimes bcUeyei they re even
worse than the Chivas (though that's being a *&2PSP
the way they go around with their heads tip and locked aa if
veryones supposed to bow anC move out of their way.
I didn't intend to p.o into the commissaries, etc. but a little
incidenUSS lust before I wrote this.letter. Did you ever
try to buy four nuti and bolts? You cant do it! you have to
buy the whole box! It's not the cost cost but the principal- You
come to buy four not a whole box. That's why I do a lot of my
tTcoulddgWononna!SCo0nnbut the paper is probaoly *ort ot a.
This company dictates to the military command as well and are
maTsBaya fSUViSKt back to the United States and
nut a noose around this dictator's head. The Panama Canal
Companyhas got to be toppled from it's high horse and maybe
Stomped'' on before living conditions can improve. What do you
pay? It's been done other places 10 let'a do it herei
Tyranny Hater
_ I jectives a lot more practically than
Even tne th_ n,h.t ihnr leaders. His lobbv-
the other labor leaders. His lobby-
ist's interests are described as
"any and all legislation construed
to be directly or indirectly bene-
ficial or deterimental to the United
Mine Workers of America and its
members."
The CIO, which on the record is
the biggest labor lobbying spend-
er, announces its objective as
"support (of) all legislation favor-
able to the national peace, secu-
rity, democracy, prosperity and
riie Washington
Merry-Go-Round
fr PWW FlABfOH
WASHINGTON -As Ike goes toVoorhis, Ohio, Bentley. Mich ....
Geneva lor weighty confabs at the Gov. Ed Johnson of Colorado has
summit, a tour woieii migiit reap;written his old friend, Chip Roben,
a bigger friendship crop in the one of the consulting engineers lor
long run will be taking place in'the Air Force Academy, asking
Des Moines and Points West, Ike; Chip's help in preventing the pro-
!'! m. S?e.va Y***- A, W- poned monstrosity of glass ana
egatlon of Russian farm otiiciais aluminum from being built at
a. nves in New York today. In- Colorado Springs .... Though a
spired by the Des Moines Register- consulting engineer. Chip wasn't
inbune, theirs wiu be the iirst consulted when the plana were
real visit of grass-roots Russians drawn. ^^
since Russian muitary men and
their families lived in the U. S.
during le war____iheir enter-
Texas coolsTexas oilmen who
ponied up so much dougn for Ike
tainment will be by i arm ioiksare cooling off a bit/Lona
the way, with the Des oilmen are really sputtering, they
Moines Register Trioune giving
them the iirst big sena-oif wneu
they arrive there tomorrow. After
Des Moines and other Iowa points,
they'll visit Nebraska, Soutu Da-
kota, Minnesota, California, Chi-
thinic Ike has let mem aawn in
abolishing federal control of nat-
ural gas, while in Louisiana they-
're rootin'-tootin' mad over tide-
lands oil .... on Tuesday
the Interior Department let bide
cago, and finally get back to Wasn- on oil lands underneath the Gulf
ingion, D.C. ine itinerary is en
tlrely flexible and may change
overnight. -
of Mexico beyond the 3 mile limit
which Lousiana claims is hers.
the Ike administration, despite
i heavy oil contributione to the GOP
IWauverand Adlai-someDem-ln.tnuinj 0,herwise. And though
ocrac senatora privately view tne,irete Louisiana will let bids for
Dixon-Yatea probe with mixed the exact same underwater oil
feeUngs. 1 hey recognize it aa the ,rei todty secretary McKay is
oest piece inside work by the going thead with hu own lejulng
big bankers they have pinned on
the Ike administration, but they
also don't like to see Estes Ke-
auver run with the ball. The lank
coon skin capper lrom Ten-
nessee mlgnt get ioo close to tne
presidential nomination again.
Some jealous Democrats may try
te trim his investigative sails....
for the same territory .... The
oil compames, not anxious to get
into a long legal haggle with Uncle
Sam, will probably cooperate with
McKay ----- But this doesn't
make Leander Peres and other oil-
men a bit happy. They claim Ike
is appealing to northern voters ..'.
Mr.:-rle-ui **.." wno" u,ed!KtSffialT.Vg fe ""wifh
unfortunate friction between two, ntlSS5 Canfda-if we
ri.ii,H Krnih.r. u.L. .ri inhn Russia, niexico, i.anaaaii we



Ike's Batting Average
By PETER EDSON
devoted brothers, Mike and John
Cowles, the Des Momes-Minneapo-
lia publishers, has separated from
Mike. She was Ike's special am-
bassador to the coronation of
Queen Elizabeth, and being a two-
tune divorcee, her appointment as
envoy to a throne winch irowns on
divorce caused friction in the
family .... Adlai Stevenson's ad-
visers have been telling him he
should get married again. What
they don t know is that he. doesn't
need encouragement. He has a
claim more than three miles out
to sea. This was one trouble off
the Siberian coast when the U.S.
Navy patrol plane was shot down.
The Russians claimed their bound-
ary went out 20 miles. We claimed
they were entitled to only three
miles. ^
Wooed and spurnedIke mea
have made overtures to Bill Fos-
ter, undersecretary of defense un-
der Truman, to take that job
general welfare, oppose legislation; batting average of the Eisenhower
detrimental to those objectives."[administration on proposals to
The AFL states its lobbying po-, Congress this year is now only
sltion as dedicated to "legislation; around .260. This is an unofficial
affecting the interests of the work-calculation made at> the end of
ine people 'tbe iirst wcek m Ju,v- ,l is ba8e<1
Most fascinating of the labor on a list of 160 separate legisla-
lobbyists ia one Jeff Kibre,,tive proposals, requests and rec-
speaking for the pro-Soviet west ommendations in presidential es-
__-_*. v ifc BMBsasnsneni'si TIninn run
lenot included in the PresWent's, which represent a lot of work and new AtSSj^ ^j^^l'IS^'^^ff^^lStm
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Blr:
The Fourth of July wound up with path of death across
the nation beyond imagination. Not all In highway accidenta but
a heavy toll from downlnga. a v..
I can't see how many people can't swim but take the chances.
I'can't remember when I couldn't swim and can't see why so
many "can't. All it takes is to keep your lunge full of ,Sind
"in Texas this weekend drownings claimed the highest toll.
We played safe and stayed at home. Dry -eather la hitting us
hard again and while It rains all around, it misses us by too few
abort miles.
Don't see how I can pull through the next three months but
we have been saying the same thing for a long time.
Read with interest Pete Brennan's page on the birth of the
Panama American, but that lone page didn't cover all. Pioneers
like Nelson Rounsevell are hard to find and backers like J. R.
Baxter are scarce to have courage to buck the more than one
Hundred year old Star and Herald. Nice wrlteup on Interior
busses by my friend Haskins. He gave you an item In service
Have only ridden once but noted no crowding and most al-
ways two sections a few minutes apart. With all the bus and
air aervice, the railroads still survive with better service than
*"' Pep Wright
cbast Longshoremen's Union, run
by the pro-Communist Harry
sages sent to Congress this
own list of 14 measures on which time,
he has expressed a desire for ac-i Among the important measures
tion this year. Among them: passed are: Extension of the draft
act and doctors' draft. Raising of
the debt limit. Extension of the
reciprocal trade agreements law.
Customs simplification and le-
gal authorization for the General
Agreement on Tariffs and .Trade. Closing of tax law loopholes. Rais-
(GATT) administration. Juvenile ing of pay for government civilian
delinquency control act. Aid to
lovely anta Peet ... .Idaho Re-1 ; A Mong RepubUcan.Foster,
SSSfiSiTtSfi ?. "Jnffl'w an A-l jobPunder Truman!
^n."nto.w.v tSm"l^d h4ve ***a 25 to stay on
nomination away from Senator undef Ei8enhower. But virtually
low income farm families. Reduc-
Bridges. Kibre came out of the session.
President's proposals including | tion of control over Indian affairs.
East ind settled in Los Angeles
some 15 or 20 years ago. He sud-
denly began running the left wing
unons. This chap became so pow-
erful that he actually began bul-
lying some producers into talking
MODEL RAILROAD CLUB
Do you know that there Is a Railroad Club In the old Corozal
railroad station? We have a good sized layout built about 600
feet and are looking for new members working members.
We meet every Wednesday evening at 7. ,. _
For further information call our president on 8-7-7152 or 27-
>7152 between 6:00 and 6:S0, or our secretary on 2-3443 between
C00 and 7:00 any evening or come out to the Corozal railroad
elation on Wednesday.
Ida H. PaUer,
Secretary-Treasurer.
Out of this list only 42 of the
President's proposals including
Revision of financing methods or
new TVA expansion. Increase in
postal rates to balance PO Dept
10 treaties sent to the Senste for expenses. Revisiin of immigration
ratification have so far been
approved by Congress
laws. Amendment of laws govern-
ing espionage, sabotage, perjury
and wiretapping. The President's
proposals for liberalizing social
I'ttTThun-JnaUadol with the regu- There are 10 of the President's
r AFL union* chiefsjib outiproposals that have-been passed security benefits, as distingnlslied'
Waaes hours and working condi-'by the House and 11 paased by the!from the House Democrats' own
. C>t* iMitinn BAttiM* h%l ths nth. -,<-.-... 4a likn*lii r\\A art* t%_
tions Senate, waiting action by the oth-
er chamber. And there are 26
Soon we learned that Kibre was White House measures on which
have been
working closely with Harry
Bridges in an effort to build a
powerful national entertiinment
union ranging from the Hollywood
studios to the New York stage
and night spots. We exposed this
and Kibre left.
Then we found him working lor
completed and bills
program to liberalize oM age in-
surance benefits. ,
If the whole record of Congres-
reported out by committees. It is sional work done this session ia
possible that many of these will
get floor action before Congress
adjourns.
What has pulled the President's
batting average down so far ia a
Bridges in the International Long-{lack of definite action on some 71
shoremen's and Warehousemens'i proposals. There are some impor-
Union fishermen's division. Sud-|tant measures in this category,
denly he disappeared from thei
coast When recent Congressional
records were made public, Kibre |
appeared as Bridges' lobbyisti
in the capital-at 930 F St. N W
And hardly coincidental, we find
that two lobbyists for the pro-
Commie United Electrical Work-
ers Union work out of the same
budding. .
Only rough estimates can be
made of the money the labor lobby-
ists spend. The experts figure it
runs to about three quarters of a
million doUars a year. The largest
considered without reference to
those recommendations made to
Congress in Presidential mes-
sages, it shows 131 new laws en-
Welker. Among others, they have
their eye on Cong. Hamer Budge.
German property again
strange things are happening
workers, judges and members of backsnge regarding proposals to
Congress themselves. I return wartime alien property to
What bauds the Congressional, Germany and Japan. After prodi-
record of work done, however, ialgJous wire-pulling at the last ses-
a large number ot tricky-track .on,of Congress, the German alien^rth^mVrica^'""ioUted CAB
property lobby was defeated. This ^ y,. CAB-g job is to en-
week however, they may be on, e ^ American system .of
the brink of something big. A!"JL.i(m uco,,,.,*. it....
all Republicans who served under
Truman were eased out. Now Fos-
ter doesn't want to come back....
Joe Adams, civil aeronautics vice
chairman, has written, a ringing
dissent in the CAB decision putting
North American Airways out or
business. He points out that
bills. Among them:
Regulation of fireworks sale in
inami Canal Zone. Authoriza-
tion of the shipping of live scor- committees of Congress with
Panama Canal Zone. Authorize- move" is on to sidestep the regular, Jf ^^ maft'rity CAB^ruUng stand's!
"iNnrih American will have to close
I North American wUl have
business
just
pioas through the mail. Designa- erial resolution of Congress. ?f eino MM^busi
tion of May 1 s < Loyalty Day.! .Early this year, modified ,. '"ntfint to apph
Creation of a rme Arts Commta-I.iien property bills were sent by'*'0"JirW,certif ted routo. .
ion. Invitation te hold the l|the Eisenhower administration to *?,"
Olympic games in Detroit
Squaw Valley, Calif.
If all the resolutions and routine
matters are included, the Congres-
sional box score for the year
shows over 700 measures passed
by the Senate and ever 860
the Eisenhower administration u>|Portu-Iai has appealed
ad Cong. Percy Priest of Tennessee tiiJ states to send
end'sen.tor KUgore of West Vir- jHSJfiM I?
ginia, chairmen of the proper ^ crajned f0Uow-i
committees. Both were unenthus- f-ghion int0 mountain recently,
iastic about either returning alien ,ccident wiped out 20 per
property or paying for it. There cent of y,,, portUguese air force.
acted and signed by the President paased by the House. These aren't
thus far. the same measures and action on
many of them will never be com-
The list includes 16 appropria- pleted. But all this keeps Con-
tion billswith two more to go 'gress busy.
ToWe Talk
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3 Result of
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4 Eats more
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Edibles
12 Drink made
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13 Fish sauce
14 Musical
instrument
15 Honey
16 What the smell 6 Tenant
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coking does
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90 Metric
measure
91 Affirmative
reply
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Walter Wincliell In New York

YEAR AFTER YEAR
AFTER YEAR
i praised Johnny Carson as a new Approaches cars waiting for the
single expenditure is made by the heap;
comic and rapped him for aping
.George GobeTs style. .Their
Let my love be the love you'opinions are getting laughs on the
remember; I Coastwhere Carson (a couple of
Let my heart be the heart you'years ago) was popular with a tv
CIO. In this year's first quarter it
laid out $37,174.23on the record.
This would come to about $150,000
year.
you
Let my face be the face
dream of
Ev'ry time you smile in your
sleep.
Let my lips be the lips you long
Next is the AFL's national of-,for
fice, with the distursement of And my song,
$32,157.43 in January, February;Jng;
program called "Carson's Cellar".
.. .On this show he used the iden-
tical style (and some of the ma-
terial) he used the other night..
This Was long before Gobel scor-
ed on tv.. .Instead of borrowing
Gobel's stuff Carson simply bor-
the song you:rowed from himself!.. .That's
I Why They Say Imitation Is The
tions.
and March. Annually, this would i Let my kiss be the kiss you Sincerest Form O Congratula
come to some $130,000. John Lewis remember
must be up in this bracket or Spring after Spring after Spring!
higher. He has been trying for Let my hand be the hand you're
some years now to convince the seeking
government to use its mothballed| when the dawn is
wartime freighters for cheap near;
transport and sale of U.S. coali Let my love be the love you
abroad. remember
Lewis has spent literally huge year after year after year after
sum of money on indirect lobby-,year-
ing For a while he had a $250,006-, year after year after year.
... _-...= .hioh _Birt Howtrd
waa no action. Then suddenly
Cong. Brooks Hays of Arkansss
turned up as chairman of a special
subcommittee of the Foreign Af-
fairs Committee to study four
short cut resolutions providing
for repayment of enemy property.
Hurriedly, he held hearings. Few
people knew about them in ad-
vanceexcept those working with
the German cartel lobby. With
dozens of important bills before
Congress on domestic problems,
Hays is now pushing for fast ac-
tion On his subcommittee
re: Pilcher, Ga., Williams, N.J.,
Even though the American em-
bassy believes the accident might
have been avoided by good pilots,
the United States will probably
send new planes to the Portuguese
....The Marine Corps has devel-
oped land mines to such perfec-
tion that all modern mine detec-
tors are outmoded. The only way
these amazing new mines can be
detected ia by probing with an
old fashioned wooden stick
. ,On the eve of the Big -Four
conference, Ike has secretly order-
ed a ipeed up in atomic weapons
production.
lights, passersby and so on.. .Big
Heart, too.. .Because the other
night she was informed she could
not peddle her papers in front of
Lindy's.. .That corner had a hew
newsstand. .For a sightless man.
.. ."Too bad you lost your
corner," someone said. ."Ob,
I'm all right," she sighed, "that
poor fellow's blind."
Time Square Circle: Ted Haley,
held for the slaying of jazz musi-
cian Warden Carl Gray (in Lea
Vegas) got only 90 days "for re-
moving i dead body.' Cops could
not find the suspected heroin and
The Broadway Owl: The Clark _.
rreeoina Gable Kay Williams Spreckles Dickie Moore unwinding becomes
marriage was a WW tip (over the f ina| in Aug. He's the ex-kid atar,
air) many months ago. .The Pitt
Oakes dews isn't that happy be-
cause of a producer.. .NBC slave
"He's one of those phonies who
asks you for everything and
thanks you for nothing".. .At Si
Bon: "You notice, of course, you
can't spell Weather without Heat".
...At the Stork: "On Broadway
when at first you don't succeed
try being nice to people".. .At
Reuben's: "I leave you with three
dirty words-Fair And Warmer"
...At Lindy's: "My wife spends
money like I had it!"...At Cafe
St. Denis: "She has the kind of
skin you'd leve to stab".. .At
Birdland: "I'd like to see her in
Like
E\X .Su? usT.Tn. --* *-
21 Saltpeter
24 Pierce
25 Cipher
26 Foe
27-----and
sauerkraut
38 Wrest from
40 Immature egg
41 Goose genus
42 Canned meat
43 Demigod
44 Indigo
7 Perform
S Large book
9 Funeral notice
10 Seep 28 Small portion 46 Girl's name
11 Source of 29 High cards Rfi ,w
venison II Laundry 46 Prepares the
17 Changes device ,.^bie
19 Line of poetry 33 Japanese city 50 Butterflies
a-year public relations firm which
entertained Senators and Con-
essmen lavishly. Through this
firm. Lewis even attempted to
Memos of a Midnighter: Betty
Lewis even attempted w t Lawford weds Barry Buchanan to-
have'one of his friends nominated j m0rrow in Judge Irving Saypol's
.. .Marilyn Cantor (Eddie's dghtr)
will become Mrs. Norman Wallace.
Pals believe that Martin 4c Lewis's
94 Cling to
5 Landed
property
24 Busy insect
27 Hebrew
. measure
39 War god of
i Greece
46 Semiprecious
stone
41 Exist
42 Use a razor
4ft Holdings
ft Stingy
tt Chemical
suffix
tt Seed vessel
S3 Heraldic band
94 Chewed
go Breakwater
Bob Condon and Laura Bergquiat
(a Look editor) are making pretty
for"the "presidency on the Demo-| supreme "Courf "cha mVe'rs... wordage. .Sara Chapman got the
critic ticket in 1952. Big money Equity ruled in favor of Jane 'Ring from fcsnjfcfttftfc Wft Ur.
was spent by the miners in Chi- Kean. Gets 2 weeks full salary... Legal over at JEC.. .F a b u lous
csgo that year. Hotel suites were Model Giu Hall, secretly Mrs.
hirri food and drinks' were pen- Leslie Jackson for months, told
Robert Barron and Barbara Som-,iaWyerg finally talked sense into
ers blend in the Autumn.. .It's a them. They are so losded with
boy for the Wm. D. Tucker, Jrs. commitments a permanent split
(Mother is dghtr of Carlton Hayes, I WOuld bring on scads of law suits.
ex-Ambass. to Spain). .Writer _, .Mama Gabor la recuperating at
home after minor surgery. Had
her tootsies prettified-----Mary
Sinclair and Forever Amber'a ex-
River!'
Some folks an so critical that
obout the only thing they haven't
ponned Is gold._____
SIDE GLANCES
By Colbraith
place is The Concord (Monticello,
r- .Leslie jai N.Y.) where tney i
tiYuf and the lon,Jist.n.tele: hums.she's enceinte, JUy^.u-ljoor^l *sJ0^TS
hired, food and
tiful and the 1
ohone tab alone could nave n-'ntit (of the cosmetic fortune) and
nanced many a family through a j Binns Gen mgr of the Wal-,
ar's food. ... dorf, are a merger-threat. Pals Unquent. Tnn"
All this U part ofilabor's lobby- expect (fe wedding soon.. .Julie Csn't Tell a WalU From Tengo
g effort-direct and md.rect.J London and Bobby Troup wed will have toJoxtrot to court, to
Gen. mgr. of the Wal- sions when the weathei-gets de-
. _..-.. .k. d.i. linnuent .The publisher of
ing
run.
of Washington
ruVmto the millions in and out neirmon"th when "his "dcr'ee "eV- fringeraent charge. Stork Club
rives. .27-year-old Norman Chase duet: Collier's exec WaUy t*or
(heir to a mint) will try (again) and Archduchess Mar Reena
to buy the former Toscanini Sym- Habsburg. Show Biz Is Le ini
phony of the Air.. Abbe Lane's Too: A musical which now pays
show offer was for Geo. Axelrod's the cast Equity minimum (xw
new play, not "Mr. Wonderful.";per) pays each stage hand $200.
Her nig competition is Sheree: -----
North, if Zanuck okays it.. .Easy The Torch: When she s still your
Riddle: What ex-monarch wants.Sugar but you're not her cup ei
to join Alcoholics Anonymous but'Tea. .When you ve got the smv-
fears the publousity? ers ever since you got the Sbaae.
-------- ..When there's a million things
Sallies In Our Alley: D i c k to Remind you and not one to
Shawn and Johnny Friedkin amus. Forget. .The Torch is sdly, u-
ad Little Clubbers with this one: | explainable, ridiculous m hurts.
The difference between a neurotic, .. .When you're still ooiteo oy
a psychotic and a paychiatrist., the one that Got Away.. .wnei
"A neurotic builds castles in the her phone's as busy as yo?"**
air; a psychotic lives fai them and, to be. .When you haven t geftten
a psychiatrist collects the rent!" over her getting over you.
.. .Two of the Top Wolves were --------
comparing memos about a chorus Middle of the Night Seen*
girl. "I bear," said one, "she's she resembles your favorite aunt,
the type you can't buy".. ."She's Perhaps your mother. *ou
the type," sighed the other, "you know, one of those Nice Faces...
can't afford." iShe peddles the morning papers
Show Bis Story: TV critics all night near (1st and Bway...
husband duet at the Tuscany
Room.. .A lot of gals are singing
"Whatever Lola Wants," but
Gyen Verdon's version proves
You've Gotta Have Art!
Central Park Vignette: It waa
at the park terrace near the zoo.
. .A policeman (shield No. 19053)
of the 22nd Precinct came in with
a little boy, poorly clad.. .He
bought the child a dish of ice
cream. .As they walked out, a
woman said: "That waa nice of
you, Officer," and he smiled...
A few moments later be returned
to tell her that he does things
like that now and then. "I've five
kids of my own," he said "and
I know what it means to kids. And
do you know something? They
never say thanks. But if they
team not to be afraid of cops,
that will help all of us."
Free Lemonade: Kitty Kalian's
LaTe Make The Most of To-
B^r. .Nat (King) Cole', lay
One Sin". -The new turn, "The
Privte Wer of Major Benson,
especially child star Tim Hovey.
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near Lexington. Venion Dukes
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SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1955
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PAGE TORES
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Church of Christ
W. %. Milton Evangelist
Telephone MM
ALBOA: 68S1. ItalboaBoad.
Stnlca Sunday MM ajn. Ut am
fausjTOBALt American Lesion'Hall.
hnlea Sunday 10*0 am 11*8 am
BIO ABAJO: House No. MM 15th St
Sunday 4-JB M
Unitarian
VN1TJUUAB
BOOBT1
MM am.
Bid Ml
Aneen Blvd. A
Mamty Flaca
Ancn
lour inviutloc
to Liberal
. imiraua oerion on the AUanUc aide
JS^CrSStaT a-atii or write u
Box MIT.______________________________
Baptist
COCOLI BAPTIST CHUBCH
311 Bruja Bead
Kail raamwkte, ru_
Bundsy School :* a.m. Sunday.
Morning WorsMp 11:00 a-ni. Sunday.
Training Union 1:30 pn>. Sunday.
Evening Worabip '30 P-m- Sunoay.
Said Week Pray* Service 1-0 P-m.
Wednesday.
Brotharhood 7:00 p.m. Monday.
Youtn raliowilup 7:00 pan. Saturday
Spanish Blbia School 4:U0 pjn. Saturi
a*.
ft ^tOTjfr
riSST BAPTIST CHUBCB
Balboa Heights, C. _
817 Aocon Boulevard
Draw "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1777
William II. Becky, rallo
Dunda, _c_u_ ............ .80 a.m
Morning Worship .......... 10.45 a.m
BapUat Training Union .... pjn
Evangelistic Service ........ 7 JO _.m
Prayai Meeting Wi-tj-
dayt...................... I am
W M S Bible Study Thurs-
days ..................... m ai
Mana Brotherhood (Leat
Monday to month)........ 1* pm
rnurr baptist church
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Bav. i. M. Haulbrook, Pastor
Sunday School .............. 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m.
Baptist Training Union...... 6:30 p.m.
Evening Worship ........... 7:45 p.m.
Brotherhood. Tuesdays...... 7:00 p.m.
Offlcen A Teachers
Meetings. Wednesday...... 7 :M p.m.
Prayer Services, Wednesdays 7 JO p.m.
W.M.U.. 1st A 3rd Fridays
GA.. R.A.. A Sunbeams.
Fridays................... 13 pm.
vfcarcbes 4 raw earn* (airee la the Canal Ze*e. and ree tore...
cri.ee a* Pan., .ad Cato-, Bepe+lic Paaaaae. extend e/alaame
at H tasaos to saw asMl msbo. a* Km armed eervkee, and to elviUee
llgjallfl, trigger wad atT.ag.rs.
A. ) p.bUc aarvic.. the Taw Panama American RaH balew, a-
diaaminaHona, aeticee .( hears at wan kip at atkt regule, activities.
Hetaaga ara rotated tree Has* to rama. Daaaailaatlaaa having
awl* aaw a tar caaeraearlaas ara Hatea aaawt "Other Cherches And
Services." A special l-tw tottodad" tot aantoM at A.eey poets.
Ait rrtc beaee .ad Naval arataswa.
MWatot*. tkarc aacratorlae end ck.pt.ins ara eefcee" to tare*.
th. aawa desk ia writing by W.d.eid.y aeon at Ike latest at any
ckoagei tor the earning Saturday's charca paga.
Catholic
Salvation Army
Inatmal Cvangclletis
Th. Padfle Ude
PANAMA CTTT
BODior CapUln and Mrs. M. McDonald
IS da rebrero
Phone 28-30054
10:45 Bolrnsse Masting]
:00 Sunday School.
8:00 Young Peoplei U
SalvaUon Meeting.
7 JO

LA BOCA. Cl
&r. Capt. Agatha Wllllaxne
Lieut B. Wast
Building No. 1080.
S JO Sunday School.
11:00 Hollneaa Matting.
6:00 Young People'! Legion
i 7 JO Salvation Meeting.
BCD TANK. C. -
Bnvoy and Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Building Na 522X
JO Sunday School.
11.DO Hollneaa Meeting.
3:00 Young People'! Legion
7 JO SalvaUon Meeting.
I
ha Atlantic Side
COLON CENTRAL BALL
Senior Captain and Mrs. C
14th Street
Phone 33-743.
Major Edna Blnghara
3rd Street.
i
COLON THIRD STREET BALL
Evening Worabip............... 7 JO
BAINBOW CITY. CL
Envoy Joseph GUI
I St Kltte A Jamaica Sts.
10:45 Holineea Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
6:00 Young People Legion.
T JO Salvation Meeting.
ST. HABrS CHUBCHBatbee
Sunday Masssa: 7:00. 00. 10:00 and
12Holy*Dy Maaaaa: 8M. 1:00. 11:55 ant
and 5:00 p.m. _.
Confessions: Saturday. 8:80 to M
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First rriday: 7:00 to 8:00 P-m.
Miraculous Modal Novena: 7:00 p.m
"cehism' class: after the 8:00 maaa
""nigh School Btudy Club gJO pm on
Wednesday. ______
SACBED HEABTAnean
Sunday Masses: 5 JS. 7 JO A 8:30 MB,
Holy Day masses: 5:55 a.m. and 5.00
"confessions: Saturday 8 JO to 8:00 and
7:18 to 8:M p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 nm. an
frldava.
Catechism Clase: 3:15 to 4:tt pm. on
Thursday.
Otm LADT OP PATIMACurmada
Sunday Man at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.nt
Confessions: 6:00 to 4:45 pnt on Bst-
Urcatechlm Clase: Saturday 8JO to 10
at
ST. JOSEPHParala.
Sunday Masssa at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 4:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
Catechism' Class: Sunday g.-OB to 4:00
pjn.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m.
CO Friday.
Convert Instructions: Thursday 7.-00
pnt
ST. vTNCBNTSPsasmi CBy
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8 JO and 5:00 p.nt
(It It falls on Saturday the Maases are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to S:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p-m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7: p.nt
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta-
tions of the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mass on
Sunday
Convert Class: 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday.
ST. THEBESA-SCaeoB
Sunday Mass: 8JO s.nt
Ho|y Day Mass: 64 ant (It tt fall'
on Saturday8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. on
Confessions: 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
IT. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLE
Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6 JO and 8:30 ant
Week Days Mass: 0J0 Mon.. Thure.,
Prl. and Sat First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mateas: 6:00 ant to 6:00
nnt
Confessions: S:M to 4J0 and 7.D0 to
8:00 pan. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday TH
" Catechism Cuws: 130 p.m._ Sunday
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO pnt
. ST. THEBESrS-La Boca
Confessions: Sattrrday fJO to 736>pja.
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism aass: 8:15 pm. on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7* p.m. on
(Snarl darni 6:M pnt on Thursday
A1Ti^arLotJS MTOAI^-CrWdtol
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10JO
Holy Day Maaaaa: 6:00. 8*0 ant and
SConfesfiofv.: Saturdsy 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 3:00 pnt After Rosary each ave-
"'S/lraeuloua Medal Novanat *M and
5 00 D.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After IM masa on
'nrsTrrlday BxpcalUon all day Dur-
ing the School Year. .__-__
First Saturday: Maaa at S*W a.m.
HOLT FAMTLT CHiraCHMargarita
Sunday Maases: 730 and 9:30 ant
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 ant and 8:00
^Confessions: 4:00 to IM and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturdsy. __.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p-m.
$%SSi1ehi T.1 pnt on Win.-
^techlsm Class: 4M p.nt Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7:00 pnt
Episcopal
Bet Be*. B Habar Uoodeu. S.TXt
Vary Bar. M Btehard MarDawaM
ANCOr<. CJL
THE CATBUCIMUL O* T LUKB
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 730 a.m.
Escuela Dominical en
Espafwl .................. 6 JO a.m.
Bible Ctaaa ........,...... J ant
Morning Prayer and Sermon 16:45 am.
First Sunday of the Month
Holy Communion and Ser-
mon ....................... 10:44 am
Evening Prayer and Sermon TWO om
WEDNtSDAYS and Holy Days
Holv Conuxuilon .......... 8 JO am
CB1WCH OF OfJB SAVIOUR
Third Street, New Cristbal
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion......... 7:30 a.m.
Church School ........... 9:30 a.m.
Bible Class Homing Prayer
and Sermon .............. 1140 am
'irst Sunday. Holy Communion)
ednaadaya
Holy Communion......... 8:30 a.m.
Choir Rehearsal .......... 7J0 p.m.
A House of Prayer for all people.
Chuck .f St Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin
Holy Communion.
Family Pravos and Church School.
9:30 ant
Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 am
fH C. flrat Sunday In Month).
Evening Prayer 7:30 pnt
Weekday Pravar 8:00 ant
JOBOSAL
Gtaad Bheak wd
Van. L B Shirley, Archdeacon
8:00 am. Every Friday; Morning my
(H.C. 1st Friday.)
GAMBOA
St Slnwa's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Morning Prayer, 1st and 8r.
Sundays .................... 10 30 am.
Holy Communion and Ser-
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30 ant
Sunday School ........,
Youth Fellowship.......
Evening Prayer
MONDAYS
3:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m
Union Churches
Where .11 Protestants
M with
I fOtrUJE
. t eesentlals, liberty to
asesrtela and cAartty to all fhtega
THF ATLANTIC SID1
New Cristobal
Comer of Meiendei Avenue and
Third Street
Phone 1-1463
Mrs. N. B Dsvlson. Executive Sec-
retary. Supply Pastors from English
Methodist Mission: Rev. William Arm-
strong Rev. B Walden and Rev. P.
Swinglehurst.
8:45 sm. Sunday School for all ages.
11:00 a.m. Worship service and church-
time nursery Wednesday evening-Choir
Eictlce.
bM
Rev. Ray Blakely. Pastor.
8:45 a.m Sunday School.
El JO am Worship Service
Margarita
The Rev. Paul H. W. O Under. Pastor.
Prune 8-148*.
8 JO Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Chureh-tmM
BO Youth rellowehio.
THE PACIFIC 8TDE
BALBOA
The Rev Alexander R. Shaw. Pastor
Balboa Rd. at San Pablo St
Phone 8-1486Church Offlc. 2-32M.
8 30 Church School Free bus service
Parsonage Dlscueaion Group.
10:30 Worship Service The Expanded
flaw! on for Nursery. Kindergarten
Primary and Junior Depta.
Church-time Nursery tor children
under A
Junior-
8:00 Junior-High Fellowship.
JO PosX-HJgh Fellowship.
7:00 Senior-High fellowship.
GAMBOA
. Walker M AMerton. Minister.
Office Phone 4-470 Residence Phone
6-130.
JO am. Church School.
10.40 am. Morning Worship Service.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN aU-MCA CHI KCHIS
Finn Church of Christ Scientist. Anco.
8M Anees) Boulevard
dunday 111. Wedneadav 8 an
Sunday School JO am
etnt taurvn oi, Cbran, acientast ti
lath Sired A Bodvat Highway
Bundav School 9 JO am.
awaosy UMut Wawncday 1J0
Girls' Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Prayer and Sermon 7.JO pm.
THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 1:48 a.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays .............. 7J0 pm
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In Charge.
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m
Morning Prayer and Church School
10.00 a.m.
Children's Eucharist. 3rd Sundays 10
a.m.
Holy Baptism SlOO p.m.
Evensong end Sermon 7 30 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 ant
FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion T:M am.
MABOABITA
St Margaret-* Chapel
Margailta HosptUl
The Rev. M A Cookson
Sunday School 8 ant Evening Prayw
/:0OD.ot
Ckareh of The Hacy Ceeafertee
Vert L B Shirley, Archdeacon
Every Monday 1:30 a.m. Holy Com-
Tiuiuon.
PARASO -
Bav. D. A Osborae
IM ant Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
930 a.m. Sunday School.
530 pnt Evening Prayer: Bid and 4th
Sundays
Monday: 7 JO pm. Youth Meeting.
Wednesday: 6JO am. Girls' Friendly
SOd,' BED TANK
Bt Jamas' Chareh
Bev. D. A Oabaraa aad
Ba C A Cragwell
fANAklA tl'll
BT. PAUL'S CHUBCB
Van. L B Shirley
end The Rev. Rita Reginald AtweO
CHRIST CHURCH Bt-THE-SEA
BT. JOSEPrTSCoMw
Sunday Masses: 5:45 snd Ml 8
Holy Day Maaaaa: 1:45 and gJO a.m
"confVslor^Saturdw 4*0 to 630 and
7-00 to 8:00 p.m. _
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
Sorrowful Mother: Sunday_7:15j.m
Convert CTasa: T:18 pm. on Monday
"hlsm"cta-: 83. to 430 pm. en
Sundaya.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gambaa
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8:80 a.m.
Holy Day Maaaaa: 830 a.m. and 830
P Confeeeione: 730 p.m. on Saturday.
Mlraculoue Medal Novena: 7:00 p.nt
^CaTechlsm' Oaas: 830 p.nt on Sunday
Secret Heart Novena: 7:00 pnt on
Religion Instruction: 430 p.nt Thurs-
ftoeary A Benedictions on Sunday 430
p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTIONGat*a
Sunday Masses: 7:30 snd 63 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 630 ant and 630
P Cnfeealona: 630 to 730 on Friday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:15 pm
on Tuesday.
Catechism Claw: 2:48 to 830 p.m. an
Tuesday.
BT. VINCENTSBalnbew City
Sunday Masses: 6:30 am. and 3:00 s m.
Holy Day Masis- 630 a.m. and 6:00
Confessions: 430 to 830 and 730 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday
Catechism Class: 11:00 a.m. on Sunday
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 pm.
on Tuesday
Sacred Heart Novena: 730 pm. en
Friday.
Methodist
MKTHOUIS-I CHUBCB
(British Conference)
Rev. William H. Armstrong
16th St, Panama City
9 JO a.m. Morning Prayer end
1 00 pm Sunday School
7:15 o-m gvenlne Praver end Sat usual
TRINrrt METHODISl CHUBCH
7th Straat and Mel ende Avenue.
Cien BP
Rev. Samuel Walden. Minister
9:3u m -Momrne Service and Holy
Communion
3pm Sunday School
7:18 pm Evening ggnkia, 4
(Holy Communion 1st Sundaya)
Monday. TJg o.m Praysr Meeting,
SBaBWMBj Mrruooirt CHUBCB
Rainbow City CZ
Rev Samuel Walden. Minister
Sui.uj service* Mu ano om
e)unday School for all ages st 9 SO p.m
''Tear Invitaste. To aTeeshtn.*
Tuesday T pm. Prayer MeaUnA
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship............... 16:08
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No. 184) 630
Morning Worship ............... 10:18
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School (Building 711... 9:3C
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Evening Worship ...........18J0 p.m.
corozaL
Morning Worship............... 6:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BARB
Sunday School................. 6:20
Morning Worship .....,.......10:45
Youth Group ......... 6:30 and 8:00
Evening Worship .............. 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School I Building; No. II 9:30
Morning Worship.............. 11:00
15th HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Sunday ......................... 600
Holy Communion (Episcopal 1 Sunday
7:30 Divine Worship 930 (Holy Com-
munion on the first Sunday In the
month).
Cathefle
FORT AMADOR
Daily Maaa....................... 7:30
Sunday Maas..............738 A 9:00
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Maw..................... 7:15
Sunday Maaa..............9:00 A 7JS
COROZAL
Sunday Maaa ................... 10:30
FORT KOBBK
Dally ......................... 6:30
Saturday Maaa.................. *30
Sunday ............... T30 and 630
(Spanish) 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Ms_..................... 30
Saturday Meat.................. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Maas .-............ 030 a.m.
Dally Maw .....................4 pm.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Saturdsy.................... 4 p.nt
FORT KOBBK
Saturday ..................... J pm.
Tuesday ...................... 7 o.m.
Divine Worship ........... 7:30 p.m.
ATLANTIC 8IDR
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Morning Worship ...............30
FORT GULKX
Sunday School................. ?_
Momlng Worship............... 11:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION .
Sunday School ..*.............. ,_
Momlng Worship .............. 30
Church Time Nursery ..........10:30
Cathette
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Maas..............130 A
FORT ULICK
coco 'solo "naval 'sttin''
Daily Maga .....................
Sunday Mass .............
COCO SLITO
Sunday Maw ..........*.
Jewish
TORT GULICK
Tuesday ................ .
(Combined service for all men of
Ish faith stationed on Allane Side).
10:45
11:00
7:00
8:00
7 JO
p.m.
Jew-
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENA
Ancn. CZ.
Minister W. A Jerdan
Box 88, Ancon. CZ. Balboa 2602
Argentine Christian Dems
Reveal Party Formation
BUENOS AIRES, July IbXUP)
The Christian Democratic Par-
ty, whose tentative formation last
year was believed to be one of
the causes for the tension between |
the Peron government and Roman
Catholics, has announcd it is
now being definitely organized.
In a lengthy published manifes-
to the party described itself as a
"political party with a doctrinary)
basis." It disclaimed Intention of
displacing "any of the existing
parties." .
"We do not believe good leader-
ship to be the exclusive partrimo-
ny of what is known as the 'op-
position' in this country," the ma-
nifesto said.
"Neither do we admit that a
majority of the affiliates to the
official (Peronlst) movement de-
sire that the (social) gains to
which they are entitled be ob-
tained as a gift from the gov-
ernment and at the Inacceptable
cost of personal and (labor) union
freedom." .
The manifesto said the modem
world has been led to its present
critical situation "by forgetting
the principles o Christianity.
"Freedom is one and indivisible:
There is no religious free d o m
without political freedom: The
burning of our churches here was
proved that conclusively," the ma-
nifesto said. .....
"Nor is there political freedom
without economic freedom: The
social revolution we are undergo-
ing and the totalitarian regimes
afflicting the world attest to that.
"Freedom Is denied by both in-
dividualist anarchist liberalism
which leads to libertinism and rev-
olution, any by economic collecti-
vism with its directed enonomy.
"We are against both of them:
Against the rormer because it de-
nies human nature, ignores Cod.
divides society nd produces the
proletariat; against the latter be-
cause, on top of all the above, it
enslaves the people." ___
The manifesto excoriated mod-
era capitalism" as a "historical
degeneration" which "violates the
economic order, denies the moral
order, lives on the spirit of lucre
and has recourse to monopoly."
Argentina, the manifesto said,
"ia living in a state of unbeara-
ble tension that is stifling all of
us." it said that the June 16 revolt
was brought about by "the hatred
that has been preached these past
few years, the artificial intensifi-
cation of the class struggle, the
division of the country into the
just and the reprobate, the mis-
trust of the dispossessed in the
good faith of others, and the pre-
vailing tension."
The manifesto. went on to say
that Christian Democracy "never
inspired, participated in or staged
*ejv of the disturbances of which
the country has been the scene in
icteut limes. It favors co-exist-
ence in peace, rather than vio-
lence.
"That is yhy, as a basic condi-
tion for co-existence, it asks that
the past should be closed definite-
ly, with mutual forgiveness for the
errors committed, and that a new
era should be opened with the as-
sertion that there are neither vic-
tors nor vanquished, but only Ar-
gentines, united in brotherhood,
for ever."
A
m trican
m
8:48 a.m
1050 a.m.
6:48 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
7:00 pm
7:20 pn
Coln. R de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Be v. Malnert J 'elerseo. B.
SUNDATS
6:60 a.m. Holy Communion.
8 JO a.m. Choral Eucharist and-----
10:30 a.m. Church School aw8BBJI
7 JO p-m. Solemn Evensong and Ser-
mon.
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 am Holy Communion.
7:30 pjn. Evening Prayer and Sermon
1:30 p.m. Adult Confirmation Claaa
THURSDAYS
6J8 pm. Prayer Guild.
FRIDAYS
IB* am. Children Eucharist.
SATURDAYS
10:00 a.m. .Junior Confirmation Claaa
7JO pm. Compline and Meditation.
an. atuutk ma unou,
Silver City, C. Z.
Rev'd. Arnold C. Waldoeh.
Pr!ei-tn-charea
Bt. UktMtOrB CHUBCB
Gatun, CZ.
Rev'd. Arnold C Waldoeh.
Priest m-eharee.
WO ABAJO .*
St CVrtstewher's Chare*. a. .
16 %u. Parejae Iwfevre
Rev. Clarence W. Hayes
Holy Commuruoi........... IS! 8JW
Sunday School ............ lOJa
Baptist. 4 to 6 pm Aid 4th Bun
^tVenina Prayer-Bible SWjdy om.
IM and B-d Sundaya
Woman's Auxiliary 8nd A 4th Sunday
faW pjn. .
Hnl Cnmmuawat Wedneaoave, en
Sunday School .
Morning Worship ...
Youth Service ......
Evening Service ....
N.F.M.S. Service ....
^A'TI^BA^STbHU^CH
SUNDAY: owl am
Divine Worship ........... a.m
Sunday School ..........if3?&H
Sunday Maaaea ..........7. : 11:45
suo Aovas, evi>. Sunda MBvos a<
.*%, ,____________ -,-
JEJIOVAHS WsTOTtSSRS
Meetings Thursdsvs snd Sunday
7:30 pjn. Win Msrnorlal. 808 Balboa
Road. Balboa. ^^
CHUBCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OB LATTRB-DAT SAINTS
Sunday awetlngs in the JWB-USO. I*
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest-
hood 8:30 sm. Meeting: Sunday School.
8:28 am; Sacrament Meeung. 10 J8 am.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road,
atn. Canal Zone.
Telephone. Gatn M4 or Cristbal 2887
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Sac-
rement Meeting 6: p.m. Prleahood
Meeting 6:8 p.m. Wednesday Prlnary
6:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meet;
ng as announced.
CUstUNUli PROTIMTAJrX
CHURCH '
Rev Paul Holloway. Pastor
Office, Curundu BIOS
Home. Curundu 7116
Sunday School.................
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
Youth meeting...............J p.m.
Evening Worship............ P
OIJJ CATHOLIC CHUBCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St Weal No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at I4M
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
* Sacrament ot Unction (Healing See
vice) Flrat Sunday of each month a
7 JO om _____
Momal Hallbeti ChrMlaa Caere
Panama BP
BL BM. T. erase. D. D. Bishop
officiating
Morning devoUo a>.........**
Fellowship Worahia at ......11*8 a.m
Sunday School at............ J*p pm
alvina Service at ........... om-
BAHA'I CENTEB
BAHArS CENTEB
84 First Street
Urbanizacin El Carmen. Panam City
informal Talks and DIeeuaslons
Thursdsvs..................8:00 pm
l!eMw, 8th A Front Streets
Parque Lefevre am. 10 am tpv
raise. No, 101. S pm 4:80 p.m.
V Boca Town. Rio Abajo, 8 p.m..
' Mon'dTye. WInwAay..rr1dajra owrvlcoa
are held from 7:15 p.m. to 8 JO pm
CHURCH OF UOD OTenlecaatal)
Rev B E. Wataon. Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253. Gamboa
Churches at Paraso. CZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Hermsn O. Whyte). Coln. RP
(Rev. Femando Lorence). Rio Abajo
iHev. and Mrs. Charles Haynes). and
CaUv (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves .
Sunday and weekdaye services at all
churches.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services In all Churchee
aa iollowe:
SATURDAY: _^ m
Sabbath School. 8 J* a.m. Divine Serv-
ice, 11:00 am. Youth's Meeting, 4:30 p.m.
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 7J p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study and Prayer
Service 'JO om.
Padfle SidePanama A Balboa
District Pastor WH. WaUer
(Tel M 3-5443)
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oaaa No.
77. Panama No. 1 Jamaica Society Hall
"S" St. Na A Chorrillo. 26th St. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo, 2-A St. between 3rd end
4th Sta. Rio Abalo. Uth St. No. 27.
Balboa ChapeL 0844 Gaviln Rd. Balboa
I Saturday only).
Spanish ChurcheePanam A Cristbal
District Pastor Ruben Ruis
Panama, Calle Darten No 8. Cristbal.
14th St A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frijolee
District Pastor A A Crlsxle
(TeL 6 102)
Gamboa. Praltt Parkway. Frijolea.
AUanUc SideColn A Cristobal
District Pastor V. O. Newman
(Tel. M SM-L1
Colon, 8rd. St A Central Ave. Cristo-
oal. 16th St A Bolivar Are.
Jewish
Jevrtsh Welfare Board, Bldg. HB-B. La
Boca Road, Balboa. CX Rabbi Nathan
WlUdn director.
Services on Friday IN paw
(See awo Ustings ot Jewish iBma
indar Poeta Baaea and Sta dens ,
Congregation Kol Sheerlth Israel Ave
Uda Cube and *6th Str*et "ella Vasta
Panam City. Services 8:06 pm.
Services Friday, 7JO pjn., Saturday
8J8 u.
REDEEMER LUTHRBAN CB1JRCH
"The Chareh of the Latheraa Hour"
~F*aw HalBwa 8S7A ];
Sunday School and Junior and AdoH
Bible Claaaes at 6:00 a.m.: Worabip Serv-
Ice, 10:15 e.m. Regulsr covered dish sup-
per the second Sunday of eech month
at the Lutheran Service Center at 8:36
pm. Holy Communion the first Sunday
of each month, with a pre-communloo
devotion and reglsUation the Friday
previous at 7 pm.
ATLANTIC SIDB.
Regular servlcee aiv" Sunday School
every Sundsy at 2:15 pm. at the Mar-
tarlta gymnasium, conducted by the Rev.
I. T. ^ernthsl of Balboa. Holy Com-
munion ths first Sunday of eech month
Study I
.Thursdays. IM p.m
ETHEL MISSION CHUNCHE
Bev. Waldaka H. Stewart, '-tee
Red Tank. CZSundays, 11 sm dlvtae
worship; 3:30 p.m. Sunday School 7 JO p.
%m7i2v.m ***!,
No. 40 Sundaya, 2 pm Bible school
Wedneadaya, Bible reatan .
Paraso. CZ-Sunday. a pm Sunday
School at the gymnasium,
THE CHURCH OF COD
Bv. G. W. Grandiosa
7438 Calls A CoMw
Momlng Worship ...........620 am
Sunday School ..............I}: a.m
Evening Worship ........... 7:38 pm
"N- and Mariana Aresesa
Psaaraa t'lty
Bav. Was. J. Je
Sunday School .
Morning Worship
Ev
sta.'
Fastsr
.. 6J8 a.m
,.10:80 sm.
omlng Worship ............Ijwa am
rangellsUe Service......... 7J0 pn.
New Frevldeneo
Mrs. Maade Hlnea, Faster
Sunday School ..............M am
Morning Worahlp ...........1* m
Evening Worship.................. *
16th Street. Ble Ahaje
Rev. Wllllaaa Uvlagstan. Pastea
Sunosy School ..............6:30 a.m.
Momlns Worship ............IJ'J? am.
Evening Service............ 7J0 pm.
Bldg. 8142 Dlaete Heights, fl
lev. Wm. Uvlngsten. Fwrtor
Morning Worship ........... 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School .............. 16J0 am
Prayer Service Thursday
Night ..................... 7Mpm
Lutheran
For elirious Sundae, Easy To
Make, Try Pistachio '
By GAYNOR MADDOX
Are you a pistachio fan? It seems
that Kathy Nolan, who played
Wendy in Peter Pan, decidedly is.
"Any flavor so long as it's pis-
tachio," she said, adding, "My fa-
vorite sundae is made with vanil-
la ice cream, pistachio sauce and
lots and lots of pstacliio nuts scat-
tered over it."
Pistachio Sundae Sauce
Mix one box of instant vanilla
Mix one box of instant vanilla
pudding into one cup of light
(white) corn syrup. Stir in 2 ta-
blespoons water and 2 teaspoons
pistachio flvoring. Serve over
vanilla ice cream topped with a
sprinkling of pistachio nuts.
Chocolate Mnt Sundae Sane*
Mix one box of instant chocolate
pudding into one cup light (white)
corn syrup. Stir in V cup water
and 2 drops oil of peppormint.
Serve over chocolate ice cream.
' Maple Not Sundae Sauce
(Makes 1, cops)
Stir one package ol AusUnt va-
nilla puddding into one cup light
(white) corn syrup. Stir in 2 ta-
blespoons water. (For thinner
sauce use V4 cup water.) Stir in *4
teaspoon maple flavor. Serve over-
ice cream and top with chopped
nuts.
Extra Rich Maple Sauce
Prepare Maple Sauce. Stir in 2
tablespoons melted margarine or
butter.
DOUBLING PRODUCTION-Thls 2-year-old While Hock tve'
may be a little surprised herself aa ghe contemplate* her odd
production. In the past two months, ghe has laid nine large
like the one at right. Each contained a yolk and a rtguir*-
egg Inside. Large egg Is p Inches around the long way afad
ounces. Normal egg, from one of the other giants. rn_
tVt Inches and weighs 2V ounce*. He is owned by Mr; Janfl
Mr*. Walter Lubke of Michigan City, tool'_______ ______' ";'
THANKS FOR YOUR SPLENDID COOPERATION ON
OUR EXPANSION SALE.
LAST DAY OF SALE WILL DEFINITELY BE
MONDAY JULY 18, 1955
Manv good bargains still available so buy now and save:
25% off on all Fuller hairbrushes, clothes brushes, bath
brushes, and general household Items.
25% off on Foam Rubber Bedside Rugs, Bath Mats, Sponges
and other Sponge Items.
25% off on Gilbert Erector Sets, Chemistry Seta, American
Flyer Electric Trains tt Accessories as well aa on
Educational and general toys.
50% off on Tube Type Hearing AidsExceptional Bargains
with full year of guarantee.
20% off on Radlophonographs, Consoles, Portables, Table
Models and Radio Service repairs.
REMEMBER MONDAY IS THE LAST DAT.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
J" STTIVOLI AVE.
CHUBCB OP Tlir FOUBSQUABB
GOSPEL
(Pall Geesel)
DIABLO HEIGHTS
hoot Gymnasium Hslns St.
r. Vlnton Johns, aalelster
Sunda* School .............. 8:86 a m.
Mornirrg Worship ........... 1140am
EvsngellBtlc Service ........ 7:30 p.m
Thu.. Prayer Meeting in
Church In Panam City,
(Cor. Q St. and Mariano
Arosemens) ................ 7:30 pm
ATLANTIC SIDE
Bev. T. J. Tattle, Sapt.
Phone: Coln 1084-J
Thura.. Spanish Service .... IM p.m
COLON
7005 Amador Guerrero Bt
Sunday School .............. 8:0t p.m
RAINBOW CITY
Cor. Randolph snd Klamouth Sts.
Bev. and Mrs. T. i. Tutlle, pastera
Mr. Paul Brysos), Awt. pastor
Sunday School.............. 6:36 a.m
Momlng Worship ...........11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service ......... 7:80 p.m
Tues.. Gospel Service ...... 7 JO p.m.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
,# *
Wt'makt loins with guarantees on first mortafta
or other securitias.
25c. 50c. 51.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAYINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxss, for Jewelry and \
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
1SS Central Ave. at
corner ef "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at earner
f 7th St
Q. A. De R0UX,
CARLOS M0UYNES V,
Sab-Maaacer.
HOURS:
rroas IM a.m. te) t:U n.aa.
SATURDAYS: from IH a.m te 12.M

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PRICES for
PRICES for
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Ljornam ^terii
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*Jowle ^terli
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9
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THS CHRISTIAN MISSION OT
PANAMA, INC.
Headquarters. Panama. Ft P.
Stations: Panama Coln. Chorrillo. La
aoca- .<.
Ministers: Jamee C. Brewster, & C.
Taylor. C. U. Jarvis. J. A. Trotinan.
Services, are held every Sunday 11 a.
-L. 18.30 pro, 7:18 p.m. and 8 40 p.m.
Sunday Schools are the following
Places:
Colon, th Gal, I p.m.. 4J6 p.m.
Panam 8 pjn. 4:30 pn.
La Boca 8 pm~ JO p.m. Chorrillo
1 jo, 46 pjn.
will be raised about
Ktyo on
August 1st.
If you desire to take advantage
of PRESENT PRICES please
come to us immediately.

will be raised about
lO^o on
August 1st.
t
If von desire to take advantage
of PRESENT PRICES please
come to us immediately.
FREE
STORE
SILVER CENTER
161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA
pDa/a fe/Uteh rca/a p,/Micn
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SATURDAY, JULY 1, INI
THE SCORCHINGLY PERSONAL STORY OF
'BATTLE CRY"
NOW AT THE CENTRAL THEATRE!
Those who have read : BATTLE CRY," now at the
CENTRAL Theatre, in shows o 1:50, 3:16, 6:08, and 9:00
p.m., Leon Urts' novel about the Marinea during World War
II, might naturallv wonder as to how Warner Bros, handled
the hot romantic "passage In the film adaptation.
On the set at Warier Bros.' studios In Burbank director
Raoul Walsh was shooing the romance sequence between
Elaine Yarborough. the lonely and love-hungry girl in San
Diego, and Danny Forrest, a 19-year-old Marine. They are
portravrri by Dorothy Malone and Tab Hunter.
Acco-dlng to the script, and the novel. Dorothy and Tab
haveimS returned iron a hayrlde and she Is supposed to
nlrk the bltVof hav from Tabs hair. That brings them very
c ose ^ one another and the nxt step Is inevitable. He sees
the oneuncss In her eye, she sees the yearning, in his and
they Ma, AC1U
-WAK FRJENOS
Scout News
The local council of the In-
ternational Boy Scouts of the
Canal Zone hacompleted pans
for staging a series of activities
intended to raise funds^to de-
irav the expenses of a represen-
tative to the 8th World Jambo-;
ree to be held In Canada in the,
month of August 1955.
It is Important that the in-
ternational Boy Scouts be rep-
resented as matters concerning
the organization wM teobe
discussed at a special confer-
ence called by the Internation-
al Bureau in London for some
time during the Jamboree pe-
Aaina the activities schedul-
ed Is a bazaar to be held at the
Rainbow City gymnasium on
Friday and Saturday evenings,
July 22 and 23.
Circular letters are being sent
out to council members and
Irtend; of the movement re-
nueitinn voluntary conlrlou-
ttons. A sustaining membership
drive Is also being made in tne
"local-rate communities.
Persons contributing will be h g^^ F r jHorse. A
given a special membership <*ra chajn rt(frc now 0C^piVi the site
which will also serve as a re- in Boiton-g charlestown district,
ceipt for their contribution.
On the Pacific side a commit- ,
tee imder the chairmanship of,
Alfonso Phillips Is arranging lor,
aslasslcal concert at the Pacific
Service Center early In August.
The cooperation of all is re-|
quested by council president E'-
HIA
If you are riding in a friend's
car, let the friend do the driv-
ing. The passenger who Is al-
ways suggesting shortcuts or
saying "Why not turn here?
There's less traffic on this
street" is usually annoying to
the driver.
Vale* the driver asks you to
direct bim or i> obviously about
to turn In the wrong direction
your instructions won't be need-
ed or appreciated.
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By GEORGE WUNDEB
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Catholic Daughters
Enjoy Social Meettaf
'ihe Catholic Daughters of A-
merica, Court Our Lady o the
Miraculous Medal No. 874, held
their business and social meeting
on Monday at the Miraculous Me-
dal Parish HaU.
Father John King, C. M., who
is leaving sonn for a vacation in
the United States, was honored.
Mrs. Marie Rice, who is also
leaving soon to make her home
in theStates, was honored and
presented with a beautiful Madon-
na from the Court.
Some 20 members were present.
Among the large crowd travel-
ing to Taboga this weekend for the
festivities honoring Our Lady of
Mt. Carmel are Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Calhoun and their chil-
dren.
Miss Nina Velarde de Johnson
of Arkansas who is in Panama Ci-
ty on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Evelia de Velarde, is spending the
weekend at Taboga.
Baby Shower
Tivoli Guest House was the
scene yesterday of a baby shower
In honor of Mrs. Thomas Hitch.
Mrs. Rose Failla and Mrs. Ed-
ward Francis were hostesses.
Find Oil Deposits
On Argentine Section
BUENOS AIRES, July 18 (UP)
The government oil monopoly
(YPF) announced the discovery
of oil deposits In the Argentine
section of Tierra Del Fuego, the
Island that lies off the Up of
South America across the Straits
of Magellan,
The YPF said a well drilled at
a point 40 miles north-wet of
Rio Orande on the east coast of
the island gushed oil at a depth
of 6,540 feet.
The well is now producing a-
bout 80 tons of high grade oil
'dally, the announcement said.
An oil field was found several
years ago In the Chilean section
of Tierra Del Fuego, near Cerro
Manantiales, and is now under
exploitation by the Chilean gov-
ernment.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WILLIAM FULLER
FORMER ISTHMIANS MARRE AT ELABORATE
CEREMON V IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA
Miss Paula Dovel, who has made her home recently in
Charlottesville, Virginia, wa married there on July 9 to Mr.
Robert William Fuller, now of Hanson, Mass. Both bride and
(room are former Isthmians.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. Warner Crumb,
pastor of Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, in the Univer-
sity of Virginia Chapel.
The bride is the daughter of!
Mrs. John A. Dovel, of Woodbu- Mrs. Elias Angel, Mrs. Rafael An-
ry, N.J., formerly of the Canal!gel, Mrs. Louis Kadock, Mr. Rob-
Zone and the late Mr. Dovel of ert Borchard, Mrs. Joseph Bur-
the Panama Canal Zone. The goon, Mrs. Robert McAllister,
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernseto Valencia, Mrs. Al-
Mrs. C. R. Fuller, of Ha n s o n.'fredo Maduro, Mrs. Carlos de Ja-
il ass, ino, Jr., Mrs. Samuel Friedman,
Candles flanked the Chapel al- Mrs. Adele Major, Mrs. Richard
tar for the occasion and a floral Nelson, Mrs. Ignasio Molino
pice adorned the altar. Mrs. Fermin Chan, Mrs. Jose
Medlinger Mrs. Nathaniel Sharp,
The bride was given in mar- Mrs. Fred Gerhardt, Mrs. Oswal-
riage by her brother, John A. Dov-,do Maduro, Mrs. Sundquist, Mrs.
1 Jr., of Cincinnati. She wore a Alejandro Posse, Miss Sandra Nel-
wedding gown fashioned with a son, Mrs. Myron Fisher and Miss
rosepoint lace bodice extending in- Meredith Ann Fisher,
to shadow points into the under- Mrs. Robert McAllister was
skirt of the gown beneath an o- hostess yesterday for a tea and
verlay of tulle. Styling features of bridal shower honoring Mils Fish-
the bdice-were long eeves and >r. ^
a shallow rounded neckline. Ai-----------
Brtesinskis Retara
From Wedding
Mr. Michael S. Brzezinski and
his daughters, Patricia Ann and,
Mary Michael, are due home to-
day by ship from New Orleans aft-
er a two-month vacation.
While there they attended the
marriage of Mrs. Brzeiinski's son,
Lt. Michael S. Brzezinski, Jr., to
Miss Margaret Ann Mauffray.
Travel Movies
Moaday At Balboa T
Through the courtesy of Balboa
YMCA, Pan American World Air-
ways will continue the series of
films Round the World Travels ev-
ery Monday night at 8 p.m.
Pan American Showtime (Mu-
sical) and Miami Beach Story will
be shown this Monday.
The public cordiallf invited to
these showings.
TIME'S UP
WACO, Tex. (UP The 1955
graduating class gave Baylor Uni-
versity a $1,300 bleached mahog-
any lectern for use of speakers a
the Baptist school's compulsory
chapel services. One feature of the
lectern is a timing device which
flashes a red light when the
speaker's time is up.
uk Wff,it
A
bandeau with scallops at either
aide secured her fingertip length
vail of tulle. She carried a white
orchid arranged with a prayer
book.
Miss Alison H. Dovel, of Mary Husband's Chance Remark Can
Munford Hall, was her sister's Contain Dynamite
maid of honor and only attend-
ant. She wore a full length gown New what have I said wrong?"
of green net with a bouffant skirt, bewildered husbands often ask
fitted midriff and gathered bodice, themselves after their wives take
The sleeves were tiny puffs and'0"6 {or what seems to the
.her neckline was a shallow oval, husbsnd like no reason at all.
Her small cap had a tiny brim B"i ny woman knows there is
and matched her gown. She car- marital dynamite in all of these
rled daisies. !PecUy "harmless" remarks.
The bridegroom's father was: "J" wnat vou going to
best man. Ushers were D a v i d wear? asked of a wife who is all
Mat acia, and Robert Overstreet. dressed for a party and a moment
The bride's grandmother. Mrs.before was perfectly pleased with
L. A. Dovel, who occupied the, we dress she had on.
place of the bride's mother at the I wish you'd teach my wife how
wedding, wore a navy blue cos- l0 do that"spoken to another
turne with a white figure. Her woman in front of the wife. It
accessories were white and her doesn't matter whether the hus-
corsage was an orchid. Mrs. Ful-'band is praising another woman's
ler atended her reason's wedding cooking or her ability to paint a
in a lace dress of rose pink with room or make slip covers, no wife
white accessories. Her corssge:w,nti her husband thinking
was light colored orchid. another woman could teach her
The wedding reception took anything,
nlace at the Country Club of Res-!, What are you being so fancy
wick for?'asked of the wife who has
As the couple left for s northern knocked herself out to set an
wedding trip the bride wore a blue j impressive table for a guest she
dress with white accessories and; wants to think she hasn't gone to
the orchid from her bridal floral nv special trouble,
arrangement as a corsage. Saying to drop-in guests who
Mr. snd Mrs. Fuller will make happen by on the day the lady of
their home in Hanson, Mass. ii house has planned to serve
THa bride formerly resided on: left-overs fqr supper: "Don't go.
the Atlantic side and is a grad- why not stay and have supper
uate of Cristobal High School. She,with us?"
also graduated from Long wood Remarking on a photograph or
College, in Farmville, Va., and snapshot taken of the wife 10 years
taught school in Manassas,. Va., snd at least 10 pounds ago, "Boy,
during the past session. you certainly were a knockout
The groom was a Pacific sider ""en."
who graduated from Balboa High Saying "That wasn't exacUy the
School and was employed for a way it happened" when a wife has
time by the Canal Company. improved on the facts a little in
He has recently been released order to make a good story,
from the US Army after two years Husbanda who make hese per-
of active service, including duty in fectly harmless remarks never
the Orient ,eem to understand what their
Don't be misled!
Disregard the price!
Demand ROUX TINT
at all times!
It enjoys the largest sales volume In Panama, United
States and other countries, mainly because lt does net
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It's got everything! Marvellous cuisine and
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for reservations
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i
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and they're exactly the same
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Ik
Lnitariaas Making
All Day Trip T
El Valle Tomorrow
There will be no service of the
Unitarian Society tomorrow.
Instead, an all day outing has
been planned at the hacienda of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batalden, near
El Valle.
Cars may meet at the Batalden
home, 741 Enterprise Street, Bal-
boa, on tomorrow at nine for di-
rections.
Members or friends needing
transportation should telephone
Balboa SM2.
Several Parties
Heaer Miss Fisher
Miss Donnslee Fisher, whose
marriage to Mr. Crawford Bost II
la set for next Friday, was the
guest of honor when Mrs. Benja-
min Chen and Mrs. Ernesto Chu
gave s tea and china shower at
the Panama Golf Club.
A white umbrella adorned with
natural orange blossoms and sat
in ribbons was the center of at-
traction for the gifts. A delicious
buffet followed the presentation.
The guests included Mrs. Enri-
que Pascual, Mrs. Clarence Mar-
ques, Mrs. Luis Martinz, Mrs. Al-
ba Hutching*. Mrs. William
Schmitt, Mrs. A n c i 1 Devenish,
Mrs. Stanley Sudroa, Mrs. John
cVan, Mrs. Vernon Dahlhoff,
wives are upset about.
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Everybody loves that famous taste! And Nestle's
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glass of cold milk... stir it up... drink. It's a pow-
der not a syrupno re-
frigeration necessary. At
your grocer'snow!
just sn* it up...
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since they're made
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la. iacaaraa tf jmr
rtunfrw imnal
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MGE SIX


THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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SATURDAY, SV$X It, 1951
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inexpensive Want Ads Bring Quiek Results:
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MINIMUM
FOR
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librera preciaoo
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FOTO DOMY
Justo Aimohu Ave. < U It
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LOURDES PHARMACY
Itt U CarraserJIla
CASA ZALDO
CMMl a. u
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Na. I LeMcer Wane
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
roorth d Jadjr Avo.
Agencia Internal, da Publicaciones
at Cnlnl Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
Tu*a* Lofevre T treat
LEWIS SERVICE
Ava, TivaU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
la Central Ava.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DUS
M Mtaat No. S3
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
*. Fea. a* la Oeaa At*. Ma. al
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Street Na. 17
NOVEDADES ATHIS
Vi Espaaa Ava.
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
FOR SALE
Household
Canal Zone Dental Policlinic
Dr. C E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr C. A. Roy D.D.S.
Dentureorlase workal aneiva
General rracllee.
TlvoH (th of Jab-) Ava. Ha. IIAM
(po.lt Ancoo School sTeysreoel>
- -ell-Panama.
Telephone 2-2011-
RETIREMENT, LIFB
EDUCATION INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama -B552
Harnett & Dunn
Ballroom Dance Studio.
Teaches Until You Learn.
MISS HARNETTS
SCHOOL or BUCCEM OPTEtS
Charm rounn for Indira, Trrnaffrr
rial raorw lr butt nest wobk-
r Infarmattan and rrf lit ration
Tel Balboa I t.J* or TanamA J
ISM 8ultr HI
STUDIO EL PANAMA HOTEL
"Chlronractle h th arlanrc tnat
mikes people wall and happy-
CHIROPRACTORS
On. A. aha E. OtUIXAC
(Palmer Graduate* I
U Pern Aveno Tal. 1-tSS
FOR SALE: Houiahald food.:
able, chain, chests. Wetting-
house refrigerator, clocks, radios.
everything float. Home 506 Naw
Cristobal. Phone 3-3279.
FOR SALE: 3-cuihian beige
friese hide-obed couch $60.
Phone 3-5341.
FOR SALE: "Frigldoire refrl-
terator, oaamal finish. 60-cyclo
$75; double Simmoni baa1 com-
plete with slip cavara, drop.
etc. $50; double bad $30; two
Ml folding bad* $20. all com-
plete with matrasses; mjhoaony
dining ream it with bullet
$150; alio ttepladdar, porch
chairs, iteel tables, fen, Rattea
chairs, ate. Apply: Mr. Read's
chalet, aiphett roed, eppoiite
entrance Liom' Colonios Infan-
tiiet. Trans-Isthmian Highway,
direction Las Cumbrci, 15 min-
utct from center Panemo.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:$1450 credit en
Chevrolet, Old.mobile or Buick.
Sell far $1400. Phon. 2-3450.
FOR SALE:Economical Irons
portstien. Cell Navy 35(2 or
1951 Sludaeehor. Original own-
er, good condition.
FOR SALE: 1946 Cadillac.
rully equipped, hydramotic, new
battery, (eod tire., clean, excel-
lent condition and ready to ge,
$625. Mr. Irvior OHica 3-
0351; Heme 3-4179.
FOR SALE: Twe double beds,
one regular tise $25; one sis
(61 inches leaner $50. Phone
B.lboo 3433. House 3220 Em-
pire Street. Belbee.
FOR SALE:Modern living room
furniture; ene large safe, twe
vary comfortable elbow choir.
and three .mall tablet. CHEAP.
Ave. Peru Ne. 79, rom 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Peckers Shipper Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Loom Biding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding tr eumpfms closset daily
1 te S p.m. Phono 3-079
er by appointment.
Match-Stick Bamboo
Drapes
o Venetian Blinda
Traverse Curtains
3lass or Wood Jalonilea
CaU 1-3062 or 3-4MM
Estimates Given Without
Obligation!
Distributed by
Productos de Modero S A.
Centra Ae. (between Kodaa
building It Fifth Ave Store)
FOR SALE: English radio. 60
cvcles. table model, perfect con-
dition Call Panama 3-6072
evenings.
FOR SALE:Living roam, din-
ing ream, bedroom furniture.
Very reetenable. Phone 3-1210.
' FOR SALE:6-picce Rattan set.
elmott new; dresten. r e d i o,
wardrobe, glider. Paraso 103.
Apt. H. Phone 4-639.
FOR SALE:Complete modem
upholstered living room, blonde
mahogany dining roam, bedroom
set. baby bathinatta. chifforoba.
All exquisitely made, in excel-
lent condition. Call 3-2739.
FOR SALE: SothJ-aUematic
wather. excellent condition. 25-
cycle. Phene Clayton 16113.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair hardtop coupe, w/t/w,
radia (raer speaker), Merce-
metic. 7000 miles, arbor green
and white, caet $3241. tolling
price $2750. 571 l-B Shontt St..
Diablo Htt. offer 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldtmobile
seden, hydramatic. radio, heel-
er, goad tires, $750. Fort Davit
87-42$.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
4-deor sedan. 2-tene. hy-'drive,
back up lights, radio, ole
f I a 11 turn indicator light.,
1000 miles. Phene 3-2523 Pen-
FOR SALE: 1955 Buiek Con-
fury Riviere, 1800 miles, dyne-
flew, power steering, radio, white
tidewell tire., $2800.. Phone
25-3100. 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
FOR SALE:1952 Ferdar Mor-
rit Oxford, duty peid. excellent
condition $550. Phene Pneme
3-4050.
FOR SALE:1950 lulck Super
Riviera. Dvnaflow, fulhr equip-
ped'. Sacrifice. Cell 3-2739.
FOR SALE:1950 Plymouth 4-
deer seden, excellent condition,
good tires, one owner. Albrsek
86-6177.
FOR SALE.1952 Morris Miner
convertible, new top end bet-
tery, good paint, tiro eod me-
chonicol condition $700 or best
ceth offer. Cell Belbee 2710.
**
MEETINGS
r.ach aotlce (or in.... > tMa
column shonld subsumed In type-
written (ora. and mailed lo one of
the box number listed dalljr in 'ao-
rtal and CMaerwbe," or delivered
by hand to the aldea. Nottrao 0
meetings cenital be accepted by tale-
phone
Unity Lodge
Meets Tonight
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the
1BPO Elks of w will convene a
pecial session for the initiation
of candidates at the Paraso
Lodge Hall tonight, beginning at
7:30.
SEVENTH HEAVENWhat boy doesn't envy 7%-year-oM Fred i
Yockers, Jr.? The son of "Freddie the Tramp" is spending his '
school vacation learning to be a clown, like his father. Hero Dad I
fives some pointers on make-up at New York's- Coney Island.
RADIO and
APPLIANCES
REPAIR
No. 1 Via Espaa
Tel. .1-1313
"BIG HOUSE, U.S.A."
RELEASE AT THE LUX THEATRE, WEDNESDAY!
THE ARRAIZONA BAR
RESTAURANT
STARTINC SATURDAY
Music and Dancing
from 9 p.m. on.
OFFERS
Golden Fried Chicken
Fillet Mignon Steaks
Hot Homemade Rolls
Strved with all Dinners
at $1.50
and Delicious Sandwiches
Also
Shrimp Cocktails
CURB SERVICE
Proprietor
SANDY McKEOWN.

A nard-hittirjg. rea.istlc drama ol a prison-break and
the ruthless men who irake it, is told in the action-packed
film. "BIO HOUSE. USA.," next Thursday release at the
LUX Theatre, through United Artists release. The picture
boasts a superb cast including Ralph Meeker, Broderick
Crawford. Lon Chanev and the luscious Randy Farr.
headline-hot in its stonr. A group of prisoners at Casabel
"BIG HOUSE. US.A." is exciting, suspense-packed and
Island prison plan to make a break. Headed by Broderick
Crawford, they hide contraband underwater equipment
which they use to take i hem from a fall-out exit of a boiler
into the .urroimding oav Then they swim several hundred
yards underwater to a waiting boat. The escape is clever,
daring and ruthless and so are me men who execute it.
Advt
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2031. ANCN. C.Z.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
CUP.UNDU NURSIRY SCHOOL
hat vacanciet far pupilt 2Vi-5
yean. Open all tummor Mondo
to Friday. Apply at School 8-30-
11 a.m. Phone Curundu 216*.
antee 1214.
FOR IXCILUNT name cooked
meelt, European style, cell 3-
1719. Homo delivery service
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALI: Mines cimero,
light meter, tripod, used only 4
montht. Penante 3-5950.
FOR SALE: V.M. portable, 3-
spaed Hi-Fi recaed player, 60-
cycle, ate del 556, new, feed
bay; double bed, spring, new
mellress, $25. Phone Penema
3-0272.
FOR SALE:250 blooming ger-
anium plant!, 10 varieties. HO-
TEL EL PANAMA NURSERY. 7-
4 p.m. warkdayi, Saturdays 7-3
p.m.
FOR SALE: Singer Zia-Zoa
latest model tewing machine,
uted eight months, like new.
"Cose Admirable," the NECCHI
establithhment and the store of
Admirable furniture. Control
Avenue 10-30, neat te the Lot-
tery building.
FOR SALE: A.K.C. Cacker
Spaniel registered pupt, 4 male.
Cell 88-452. Quarter. 151-A.
Fort Gulick.
FOR SALE: Upright piene in
feed condition tl reosonobl
price. 7017 4th Street, Celen.
FOR SALE:Two piece. I.diot
ten luggage, excellent condition
end spring er fell suit (grey),
sise nine, never worn. Phone
Balboa 3234.
FOR SALE:.22-cel. Hi-Stand-
ard pistol Sport Kink or t.ado lor
good .22-cel. r*k.XeMQ-2de0.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
WE BUY, Sell end Menege Reel
letete. "The Impend logic."
Cathedral Plaza. Panama. Tele-
phone 2-0S57.
FOR SALE: Chelet: 3 lerge
bedroom., 2 bath., living ond
dining rooms, large porch end
dinette, meid't room, hot water
connections, 1600 meten of
land. Phone 3-4637 from 9 to
12 end otter 6 p.m.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G.I.I Juit built
modere furnished apartment.. I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:Furnished and on-
furnished 2 and 4-room modern
aportmonls. Contact ALHAM-
SRA APARTMENTS, 10th St,
Phone 1316 Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern unfur-
nished screened apartment, par-
lor, dining room, 2 bedreims,
maid's room, 2 both., porch,
garage, $110 at II Cangrejo. G
Street No. 2. See Do Ca.tro:
Ava. # 9-42. Phone 2-1616
Panama.
FOR RENT: Newly decorated
spacious 2-bedroem, 2-beth a-
partment. Campe Alegre, Pen-
ema 3-0173.
FOR RENT: Beautiful 3-bed-
room apartment et El Cangrejo.
house recently built: hot water,
garage, independent bathroom,
city get. all conveniences. $165.
Phone 2-1458.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. Via Porras 99. Phona 3-
2068.
FOR RENT:Small apartment,
independan!, lurnished: stove,
refrigerator, light, gat. water.
Price $75. "El Cangrejo." Phona
3-5640.
FOR RENT: Furnished, sama
rent et unfurnished during va-
cation unlil Nov. 1. twe bed-
room cool, quiet street. El Can-
grejo. 3-2887.
FOR RENT:2 apartments: liv-
ing-dining room, privte bath-
room. Mariano Arosamana St.,
rear. Phone 2-2037.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ments. Fer information cell 3-
4871.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment fer bachelor, one big bed-
room and bath, $45. Belle Vil-
la. Phong 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Apartment in re-
cently constructed building: ana
bedroom, living room, both,
kitchen. Pueblo Nuevo. Infor-
mofion: Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT:Furnished 1-bed-
room modern apartment, garage,
No. 168, Via Balissria Porras.
Position Offered
WANTED: Bartender. Must
peak Spanish end English. Be
ever 40 veers. Bring references.
Residence provided. Apply Jar-
din Tropical, Chorrera.
FOR SALE: 8375 meters et
Santa Clare en the Inter-Ameri-
can Highway, one block from
the catino. Interested petty write
Butler 5065. Cristobal.
WANTED:Youn, women. U.S.
citizen, fer part lime evening
dork as desk clerk et Balboa
YMCA. Apply lo Executive Sec-
retary.
SOVIET COALGoal of current Soviet diplomacy is a belt of
neutral nations from the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic that woult
separate European members of NATO from the Soviet Union and
its satellites. At present only Austria and Switzerland are neutral
in Central Europe. Playing on all Germans' deep desire for unifi-
cation, Moscow holds out neutrality as belt for West Germany.
So far. West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has rejected
Hie bait. Southern link in the neutral belt would be Yugoslavia.
Soviet top brass went hat-in-hand to President Tito, hoping to
mm on the idea. So far, Tito maintains his "firm independ-
ence. Early this year Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei A.
GrpmykO went to Stockholm with the reported message that the
Soviets would not object to a Scandinavian union (Sweden, Fin-
land. Norway, Denmark) if the union would oledge strict neutrality..
fcry^faJs CisissifieJ*
RESORTS
MINIMUSI
FOR
12 WORDS
Gromlich's Sonto Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
modrete retes. Phene Gamboa
6-441.
Shrapnal't lurnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
CottagesRockgos,refrigeration,
2 bedrooms. Phone Balboa 3050.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
pest Calino. Lew rates. Panama
2-1515 or 3-2015.
PHILLIPS Ocaaniida Cottages.
Santa Clan. Ben 435, Balboa.
Phona Panama 3-1877. Cristo-
bal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished house.
3 bedrooms. Uruguay Street No.
16. For information Phene 2-
2541 or 3-4923.
FOR RENT: Furnished chelet.
3 bedrooms. 31st Street Ne. 27.
Phone 3-0925.
FOR RENT:3-bedroom chalet.
2 bothrooms. living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, laundry
room, gerege. San Francisco 9th
Street No. 27. Phone 3-2132.
FOR RENT:New chalet: ihrte
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, goroga, good neighbor-
hood. Phone 3-3005. Corner 7th
Avenue. Coco del Mar ond Paieo
del Cincuentenario.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
two-bedroom chalet naar Hotel
El Panam. Phone 3-6074.
FOR RENT: Chalet in Sen
Francisco: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths,
garage. 3-2978.
FOR RENT
Rooms
------------
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-
nished room, kitchen. Belle Vis-
ta, Mexico Ave. 69. near 43rd
Street. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
WANTED
Miscellaneous
F0* NT:One store room et
14,221 Amodor Guerrero. Ap-
ply Bolin de Abate 6029, Ave.
Bolboo, Phone 475.
FOR RENT. Warehouse, suit-
able for storage or shop, 700
foot floor space with twe drive-
in doors. Inquire far jonitor at
4th July Ave. er phone Hopkins
Bolboa 2966.
WANTED:Dancer, vaceliat er
specialty act far steady Club
I-Co 87-467 or .veoin.
5-631.
WANTED
_______Houses
WANTED:Unf.rn.ehed chele. ,
2 er 3 bedrooms and arch. I
Campa Alafre, El Cngreie, Bel- f\
le Vate. Phon. 3-6020.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
refrigerator, kitchen, telephone.
4th July Ava., Apt. 3. entrence
front Roosevelt Hotel.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Feat 15-fr. rough-
water boat. Perfect for Panama
ay. Balboa 1588. 3002.
CIVILIAN EMPLOYE SUGGESTION AWARDS from the Depart-
ment of the Army were presented to two IAGS employes this
week at Fort Clayton. Mrs. Betty Watson (left) Personnel and
Administration, won $50 for her suggestion to standardize orien-
tation proceedings for new key personnel In 1AGS. Her sugges-
tion made possible a saving of approximately $1750 a year. Mrs.
Ruth B. Harris (right) Budget and Accounting, was awarded $5
for an Idea of Improving processing procedures for obligating
documents. Her suggestion makes possible a saving of 320 man-
hours a year plus many copies of government forms Both Mrs
Harris and Mrs. Watson are multiple winners In the suggestion
program and the Incentive awards program. Looking over and
checking the awards with the two winners Is Col. R. R. Robert-
son, Director IAGS.
___________________________________ FRENCH AMBASSADOR to Panama, Lionel Vasse. addresses the Cristobal-Cokm Rotary Club.
Left ot right: Joe Harrington. Marcel Gringoire, Vasse. Rotary president Leslelgh Davis, Bill
Bower and th eRev. Milton Cookaon.
PUTTING A STOP TO THINGSThree remote-controlled traps are braking emergency jet
landings at Republic Aviation Corp. runways at Farmingdale, NY. A push of a battoo from
the control tower lifts a nylon mesh strip from the runway which catches the speeding plane's t
noeewheel and causes a steel cable to catch the plane's main landing wheels. Cable is attached to
M tons o anchor chain whose sheer drag stops a plane speeding 150 m.p.h. In 600 feet.


SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1955
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN
CAPITOLIO
Me. ----------------- z8c.
"THE REAR
WINDOW"
. Also: -
TOE CADDY"
T IV OLI
35c. ----------------- tte.
"SIX BRIDGES
TO CROSS"
- Alsot -
"YOUNG LOVERS"
CENTRAL Theatre
j$
40c.
U:M 8:18 8:8R 8:88 pJi.
WEEK-END RELEASE!
Van HEFLIN Tab HUNTER
Mona FREEMAN, in
"BATTLE CRY"
In Cinemascope and Color!
LUX THEATRE
g.---------------------------------------- 4*e.
1:04 3:45 5:0 7:0 9:05 p.m.
WEEK-END RELEASE!
New Excitement... with
Alau LADD Patricia MEDINA
"THE BLACK KNIGHT"
In TECHNICOLOR!
DRIVE-IN Theatre
60r ---------------- StC.
THE PICTURE OP THE YEAR!
Ara GARDNER Humphrey ROGART
In
"THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA"
In TECHNICOLOR!
CECILIA THEATRE
60c
30c.
TWO FRENCH PICTURES!
"LOVE FOR SALE"
"WHIRLPOOL"
PROHD3ITED FOR MINORS!
VICTORIA
15e. ----------------------
"HAWK OF THE
WILDERNESS''
"UNTAMED
HEIRESS"
"THE RED PONT"
ft / O
35c.
20c.
LOTTERY NIGHT!
"THE RED SHOES''
- Also: -
"SABRE JET"
MARCIANO n.
COCKELL fight!
women,
Doctors Anticipate
No Sudden Change
In Swan's Condition
HOLLYWOOD. July 16 (UP)
Actress Suzan Ball's film colony I
friends today were cheered by a
statement that no sudden change
... was snticipated in her condition at'
?ne City of Hope Sanitarium where she
clusively Yours: Luscious Joan'y. "rWI jmj UA. Some day wM tdmitted for treatment of can-
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex-' "Trousers
clusively Yours: Luscious Joan *, "aren _.- -
Collins, the British doll replacing the museums Will f*% ear.
.Uar.lvn Monroe in "The liirl On way they now how corsets. Back
the Red Velvet Am?,- doesn't ui history women woie the pants Migg Bi.g gener,, c0dition
mind all ihe commotion about no and men ** *;"?? ,.ny was reported "slightly improved
ex appeal. fMfJtS'tSthat by doctors. But the cancer spe:
I was fiad lo know though, that withheld any i
, 22 ciaUsts withheld any announcement
never bothered bout a mental L**** -SL^SSi JRJs her <*nce? of recovery.
But she has something Marilyn
ever bothered bout a mental
thermostat thai tell her when ha,,d w,u b *MICh
They said diagnostic procedures
she s fctling too neai the danger ">* ilt* t.Vv were progressing satisfactory
point as dlspcntcr of mph/wifey a pant* |W*iK b ,nd complete evaluation was an-
From other sources it was Indl-
scrcen and no one knows it better
ti:an I do/' da
iog Joan let me
films," t>he confesses, "I was
ways cast as a sexy tramp or
irtually no
rring a mi-
condition,
malignancy
no Knows it Deiier .,._ u.i k' tmeWno From omer source
rk-ejed. jive-talk- S^V,l ato thunkof cated the actress had virl
know. "In British *. nViUo? *^H ovl-r to Sam chance of recovery, barn
Tosses, "I was al-.^vmgs he handed over to Sam ^ ner ,
ways cast as a sexy tramp or a "l^"J *L b." 55,whofe was indicated the ma
se*y juvenile delinquent. The Brit- .torn .Now able to cut a whole bid {o her lung8
ish don't really know how to new, "'^Jw. .Twith Srn*
handle sex so they put everything mm! abu**LB h I'm The plucky actress was trick-
obvious on me. The effect was! *"ft" H .8 n .constant en with cancer m a leg a year
ludicrous. The critics couldn't wait lad ,^Jn/nd resentment, and a half a go and submitted to
to see my pictures so they could taje of tension and reaniman. amputat|0B or l0 ner m,rriage
east mm kail **(* XTn. iAteAF*> WOW A CBU ** _*.-_ T~\ iL T npfl
'Now
want to do."
Condemned Negro Refused Retrial-
Claims Jury PaAed With Whites
give me bad notices. No actress
in England ever got worse
notices."
She's turned the flame way
down for her first U. ^S. movie.
But the pilot, men, is still on.
THE ROLE OF THE normal
doll in movies these days is as
lost at the face on the cutting
room floor. Barbara Rush, whoi
has had her share of nice, clean!
living, not a complex in the.
world dolls, should know. ATLANTA, July 16(UP)
"You play a normal girl and Tne Georgia Supreme Couit re-
it's nothingabsolutely nothing," (Usecj today to "supinely surren-
claims Barbara. Ider" its state jurisdiction to the
It's Audie Murphy winning a tic supreme Court In the case
prize fight title to "World In My o' a Negro who said the Jury
panel for his murder trial was
stacked with white persons.
In a defiant ruling, the state
Normal Girl tag on someone: c0 rt reaffirmed its denial of a
e.sc because: 'new trial for Aubrey Williams.
I m frustrated and neurotic hv_,no face8 electrocution for the
this picture," says Barbara, "and murder of a white Atlanta 11-
1 just love it." quor 3W dealer In 19&3.
KFFNAN UYNN th, reformed Thl* *Urt '*** 7 ** 8U~
KEBNAN WYN1V, the reformed e Court on a federal ques-
comie out to prove that the char- ^ of ,aw- but we wiU not su-
to actor Dick Long.
'World In
Cerner" but it's Barbara winning
point with the studio as the girl
m the film. They can pin the
tag on
acter actor star is coming back,
credits TV for taking him offt he
road to Hollywood oblivion.
Keenan made the career switch lnlh,spappea,, Williams said he
^riX^^^JhV'Triwi hls constitutional
JtSZSJtZ ".", 15 &5|&the manner oi tl,c Jury
lywood interest unl I started dg-r^gSS
ing straight roles on television."
He's playing a small town hood-
lum in U-l's "Girl in the Cage."
after studio executives saw him in
the TVersion of "Broadway" and
he says: "After doing a one-hour
live TV show you can do any-
thing."
A return to comedy later on?
"Character comedyyes. But no
more silly friend-of-the-bero stuff
or getting pushed into a swim-
ming pool. I've had it.'
pinely surrender sovereign pow-
ers of the state," said the state
Names of white persons were
Great Musicians
Program Restated
The program "An Evening
With Great Musicians" which
was planned for June 22 by the
Isthmian League is now sched-
uled for Wednesday night. Aug.
! 17. at Geddes Hall.
BlograDhles of some of the
GET READT POR an evaca- world's leading composers, in-
tion to outer space men of the eluding Handel. Mozart, Beeth-
futurea Hollywood fashion de-!0ven. Franz Schubert. Chopin
signer is predicting that women; and Stephen Foster will be fea-
rventually will wear pants instead! tured.
of skirts.. Many leading community ar-
"And not just for a few years, tlsts have been asked to take
Dut for all time," says Helen part on this program, and they
Rose, a prettier posy than some will Interoret selections from
of the movie empresses she dress- these masters In vocal and In-
s as MGM's head designer. strumental numbers.
SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE
CENTER THEATRES TODAY
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 7:54
4 Glenn FORD
Prank LOVEJOY
"THE AMERICANO-
Color!
sun MARGARITA 6:15 Ml
Judy HOLLIDAY
O Jack LKMMON
"PHRPFT"
Sunday "HIT THE HECK"
GAMBOA 8:15
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carried on white cards and those
of eligible Negro Jurors on yel-
low slips, the petition said.
The trial judge drew only four
Negro names out of 120. Three
of these were dismissed for cause
and the fourth on a state chai-:
lenge.
The US. Supreme Court, which
received the case on an extraor-
dinary appeal lor a new trial,
said "Fair regard for the princi-
ples which the Georgia courts;
nave enforced in numerous cases
and for constitutional com-
mands binding on all courts
compels us to reject the assump-
tion that the courts of Georgia
would allow this man to go to;
his death as the result of a con-'
victlon secured from a Jury,
which the state admits was un-;
constitutionally impaneled." The
case was remanded to Georgia.:
In a previous case concerning!
the empaneling of jurors, the
Georgia Supreme court con-
demned the practice of using
white and yellow tickets to cli-
feientiate between the races.
Williams originally was found
guilty of murder without a rec-
ommendation for mercy in Ful-
ton county Superior Court.
The Georgia Supreme Court I
affirmed the decision and he
was sentenced to death.
Several months later attorneys
for Williams filed the extraor-
dinary motion for new trial on
basis of the alleged violation of
constitutional rights.
The state Supreme Court up-'
held the lower court's denial of
the motion on the grounds an
objection to a jury panel must
be voiced before a trial and not
thereafter.
CRISTOBAL 6:15 6:2*
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> Ronnv GRAHAMF.
"NEW PACES"
Cinemascope Color!
Al.o Show In SIN Jk MOD.
Pi a | Pi ^\ A Air-Conditioned
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LA BOCA 7:
"CREATCKF FBOM THE
BLACK LACOON"
SANTA CRUZ :_
MHOKEN LANCE-
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:46
"KANSAS RAIDERS"
Evensong Cancelled
At La Boca Church
There will be two celebrations
of the Holy Oomm union at St.
Peter's Church In La Boca to-
morrow, but the usual service of
evensone has been cancelled.
First is the weekly choral eu-
oharist at 7 a.m., followed by
the children's eucharist, a
monthly feature, at 10. The Rev.
John Spear, priest In charge,
will be the celebrant and
preacher on both occasions.
In order to give parishioners
the opportunity of hearing the
Rev. Gordon T. Charlton, Jr.,
special preacher at 8t. Paul's
Church. Panama City, 7 p.m.,
evensong will not be held. Mem-
bers of St. Peter's are invited to
the service.
The visiting clergyman is As-
sistant Secretary of the Over-
seas Department of the Nation-
al Council of the Episcopal
Church, and la presently on an
Inspection tour of the diocese of
the Panama Canal Zone.
ESOTEBD
id*
It's surprising how some people
con listen more out o< vou Ihon
vou intended to tell. **.
VIOLENCE AND PASSION THE SCREEN HAS
SELDOM SEEN... in
"THE VIOLENT MEN"
at the CENTRAL Theatre, next Wednesday!

. -
Of the thousands o! spectacular scenes filmed for mo-
tior picture screens, the ones which probably have brought
the greatest thrills to audiences are those of great con-
flagrations.
Fans tend to remember the burning of Atlanta in "Gone
With The Wind" and fne thrill-packed fire scenes in "Quo
Vadis," "8an Francisco," 'In Old Chicago" and "The Last
Days of Pompeii.'
Now "THE VIOLENT MEN," Columbia Pictures' spec-
tacular outdoor epic photographed in Cinemascope and col-
or by Technicolor, rele~.se next Thursday at the CENTRAL
Theatre has one of th more spectacular holocausts to hit
the screen in a long tirr.e Glenn Ford, Barbara Stanwyck
and Edward G Robln3un are starred and Dianne Foster.
Brian Keith, May Wynn and Warner Anderson featured in
this drama of violence, lust and greed set In the post-Civil
War West. In "THE VIOLENT MEN," the vast ranch owned
by land baron Rdward G. Robinson goes up In flames, an
eye-for-an-eye retaliation for the burping of a small ranch-
er's homestead by Rob'.nson's killers. AdvL
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Highlights in the World of Sports
AWAY ALL BOATS!Closely bunched, a large fleet of motorboats make a colorful pattern as they roar away from the start-
ing line in a race at Fond du Lac, Wis. Hundreds of thrilled spectators line shore to cheer daring speedsters on their way.
TO THE VICTOR, A BATH!Following tradition the Massachusetts Institute of Technology crew toss their coxswain into the
drink after winning Thames Challenge cup at Henley-on-Thames, England. That splash you see is Coxswain D. C. Lukcns.
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TSK! TSK! TSK! SUCH TEMPER!-
quet to the ground during a g;
tralia. Kurt, however, regains
-Kurt Nielsen of Denmark, in a fit of anger, hurls his rac-
ime at Wimbledon, England, against Ken Rosewall of Aus-
control of himself sufficiently to go on and win the match.
FANCY ACTION UNDER THE ARCSGoalie Alonzo of Madrid,
Spain, makes a spectacular save in night soccer game against
Reims, France, at the Pare des Princes, Paris. Spain is winner.
.i'.-'-': .....', .i
KING-SIZE FEAST FOR KITTENSCurious kittens roam fearlessly over a 400-pound mako
shark caught in Shecpshead bay by Capt. Andrew Rocco of Brooklyn. The fish-hungry kit-
tens here just blithely ignore the sea monster's gaping mouth with needle-sharp teeth.
HOW TO HIT .400Bill Skbwron, young New.York Yankee first baseman, shows
here, with the aid of the International News Photos magic eye camera, batting
technique which enabled him to hit .475 before a thigh injury benched him.
Skowron is again back in the lineup after a five-week absence due to the injury.
1With Yank Catcher Charley Silvers backstopping him, Skowron takes his
stance at the plate. 2Pitched ball is on the way. 3 and 4Eyeing the ball E4B
begins "his swing. SContact! 6Bill follows through with his swing. 7It's
a hitball rifling beyond the fielders' reach. 8Bill drops bat as he lights out
at top speed for first base. Photos taken in Yaniut Stadium, New York City.


SATURDAY, JlT II, IMS
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Dressen Headed For Worst Managerial Showing
>
Charlie Still Thinks
He's Managing Dodgers
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 16 (UP)Chock Dressen is
headed for the worst showing of his managerial ca-
reer all because, according to his oft-whipped Wash-
ington players, he still thinks he is piloting Brook-
lyn.
The lumping Senator, who Campanella and Rip Rcpnlakl
threatened to do so for some, also homered.
ttrne? flSSly fell into the Amer- Jim Hearr. settled down after
lean League cellar yesterday by a shaky first inning to pitch the
losing to the White Sox, 5-4,
when pinch hitter Bob Kennedy
tripled home two runs in the
ninth inning. It was washing-
ton's ninth setback in the last
10 games and 30th loss in 35 con-
At their current rate of only
27 victories and 57 losses, the
Senators stand to lose 105 games
this
Totals
Giants to a 5-3 victory ovor the
Cubs. The Giants, who settled
the outcome with four runs off
Sam Jones in the bottom of the
first inning, moved into third
place with a record of 10 victo- kou any,
rlea in the last 12 games.
Playground
Basketball
Diablo "A"
Ebbs..........
Nicklsher........4
Kirchmler ........4
Perantle........9
Barbara........0
Hannlgan........0
Hotz............2
Eggleston ........0
Sefby............0
Reynolds........0
fg rt pt t
4 13
23
Aacon "A"
Southpaw Joe Nuxhall smash-
ed a three-run homer as he led
the Redlegs to a 9-1 decision
tura siHiiu w v~~ *w~ r--- uie ncuiega iu o-i uckmiwh
season, surpassing even tne|over tne pirates. The 90-decree
08 defeats suffered by the 8th-
place Cincinnati club Dressen
managed in 1937.
The bulk of Washington's
troubles, say several of the Sen-
ators, is that Dressen often mis-
takes them for the tremendo'is-
talented Dodgers he managed in
1952-53. He expects his current
Washington crew to hit-and-run
the way the Dodgers did. He ex-
pects the Senators hurlers to
pitch the way the Brooklyn staff
did and he expects his second-j
divlsioners to execute such plays
as the pick-off and outfield-to-
lnfield relay as smartly as nisi
Brooklyn clubs used to do.
Long accustomed to seeing
plays made correctly, Dressen
often fids himself saylnx,
"The Dodgers would have made
thst play with no trouble at
all."
"There's only one hitch," one
sad Senator player admitted.
"We ain't the Dodgers."
While Washington was hitting
the skids, Baltimore kept mov-
ing upward, a half game ahead
of the Senators by beating Kan-
sas City, 8-5, with a seven run
rally in the sixth inning. Until
the sixth. Southpaw Bobby
Shantz had blanked the Orioles
but they rapped him for four
runs and added three more in
the same frame off his succes-
sor. Tom Gorman. Jim McDonald
was the winner although he was
removed for a pinch hitter in
the sixth.
The Yankees stretched their
lead to five games again by
beating the Indians, 4-3, In 10
innings. Held scoreless by Early
Wynn until the ninth, the New
Yorkers tied the score en Eddie
Robinson's three-run homer in
that frame, then won in the 10th
on Irv Noren's homer. Al Rosen
homered for Cleveland in the
eighth. Tom Morgan, the fourth
Yankee hurler. was credited with
his sixth victory.
Rain caused postponement of
the scheduled game between the
Red Sox and Tigers.
Murry Dickson of the Phillies
pitched a three-hitter in stop-
Sing the surging Braves. 1-0. for
is sixth victory and third shut-
out. The Phils scored the only
run of the game off Lew Bur-
dette In the eighth on a wall: to
Willie Jones and Marv Blaylock's
econd triple of the contest.
Big: Don Newcombe posted
his 15th triumph against only
one defeat by pitching and
batting the Dodgers to a 12-3
victory over the Cardinals. In
addition to hurling an eight -
hitter, Newcombe tied a Na-
tional League record for pitch-
ers by hitting his sixth home
run during a six-run splurge
In the eighth. He also had a
double and two singles to bring
his batting average to .406. Roy
temperature finally weakened
Nuxhall, however, and he was
relieved by Hershell Freeman in
the seventh. Vern Law was the
loser.
Big League Caslolf
Jack Crimian Helps
Toronto Widen Lead
, E....... 2
Kourany, O. .. .. .. 5
Bacot.......... 6
Wood............ 3
Fogel.......... 1
Nahmad........ 0
Rodrigueg........ 0
Cosca........ .. 0
Glud.......... 0
Totals
Panamas Athletic Exchange
Is Good IdeaHerb McKenley
Balboa "C
Totals
NEW YORK, July 16-(UP)
Pitcher John Crimian, who could
not make the grade with the St.
Louis Cards and the Cincinnati
Redlegs, put the Toronto Maple
Leafs 4% games ahead today in
the International League with
an 11-3 victory over the colum- ulbreth"
bus Jets. Perez
Although giving up 11 hita,
Crimian went the distance for
the Lrafs last night with Lou
Limmer, Sam Jethroe and Arch
Wilson aiding with homers.
In a double header, the Rich-
mond Virginians broke a score-
less tie in the eighth inning of
their first game with a three-
run plnch-hlt home run by
catcher Ebba St. Claire to down
the Buffalo Bisons, 3-0. They
dropped the second game, 3-1.
1
Caldwell........0
Schmidt........0
Pajak..........0
Morris..........0
Hadley..........2
Jackson ........ 0
Stewart....., ,. 0
Fitzgerald........0
fg ft pf
2 3 9 7
Ancn "C"
The Havana Sugar Kings
Slayed the.Montreal Royals but
le game was called at the end
of seven Innings to allow the
Royals time to catch a plane.
The Sugar Kings were winning
7-5 but will complete the game
at Montreal at a later date.
The llnescores:
Columbus
Toronto
010 010 010 3
331002 02X11
Miller, Trice (2). Haag (7),
Duser (8) and Burris; Crimian
and Griffin. LPMiller. HR
Limmer, jethroe, Wilson.
(7 innings, called, mutual
greement, to be completed
Montreal at a later date).
Montreal 320 000 05 9
Havana 030 200 27 9
Stanek, Wojey (2). Browning
(7) and Bucha; Rosa, Ladera (1),
Harris (3) and Montalvo. HR
Nelson (13), Neal (11) Escalera
(4).
(First Game, 8 innings)
Buffalo 000 000 000 6
Richmond 000 000 033 4
Bunnlng and Yewclc; Thomp-
son and Watlington. HRSt.
Claire.
(Second Game)
Buffalo J, Richmond 1.
"THE BLACK KNIGHT
Into the lands of history's greatest adventures,
today at the LUX Theatre.
The name, of Alan i_add is synonymous with word ad-
venture. The tar has variously been a screen gunman,
secret agent, soldW of fortune, whaler. Now he is giving a
magnificent portrayal jf a fighting man In the stirring days
of King Arthur, in Columbia Pictures' spectacular "THE
BLACK KNIGHT," brought today and tomorrow, at screen
of the LUX Theatre in color by Technicolor Patricia Medi-
na previously seen with Ladd in "Botany Bay," co-stars as
Ladd's lady fair, for whom he performs his exciting deeds
of knightly valor.
All the pomp and panoply of the court of King Arthur
and his Knight* of the Round Table, of the romantic splen-
dor of towering castles, of beautiful ladles beribboned and
begowned in luxurious clothes, of the ritual and ceremony
of a by-gone day. and, above all, of the savage fighting that
went on constantly. hae been splendidly, colorfully deplet-
ed in "THE BLACK KNIGHT" Advt
Ru'z...........0 2 1 20
......17 1 1 35
-......9 0 2 18
Bright..........4 n 2 8
Camp..........2 0 1 4
Stringer........2 0 2 4
Totals 43 3 9 89
PERLEY GATES, left. Fort Kobbe tennis champion, receives
congratulations from runner-up Bob Gilbert. Gates, of Co. "A,"
33d Infantry Regiment, topped Gilbert, 64, 64, 62, last Sun-
day In the post finals. Gates will represent Kobbe in the Pan-
ama Area Armed Forces meet which gets underway Monday at
Fort Amador. (U.8. Army photo by PvL Irwln Kahn)
Balboa "B"
Feeney ........
Dolan, E.......
Dolan, w.......
Watts........
Hitchcock......
Washburn......
Scott ........
Morjjs ........
Cunningham, E. ..
Cunningham, T. ..
Totals
0
0
3
0
2
1
0
2
1
0
VFW Teener Team
Fund Nears Goal
n pi t
000
1
1
8
1
0
10
0
4
4
O
6
3
0
9 9 8 27
Mead ..
Nahmad
Delgado ,
Broight .
Elsenman
Reyes ..
Totals
Aneoa "B"
2 14
21 6 13 48
Cub League
LEAGUE 8TANDINGS
Won Lost
Pilots ................. 6 0
Gibraltar.............. 5 1
Coca Cola .............3 3
Keystoners ............ 2 4
Emblem ...............2 4
Las Cumbres .......... 0 5
Pilots
P. Dentn
R. Hulett
B. Hadley
T. Hadley
J. Potter
j. rwiver .. ., .. ,, 9
J. Roman........3
J. Fltigerald......0
D. Hulett........0
ft pf
0 0
0 0
0 3
2
0
n
0
0
During the past week the Vet-
eran of Foreign Wars' Fund was
made $176.25 richer through va-
rious channels. Merchants, or-
ganlzatlolns, private citizens
and even a teen-age brother and
sister joined In enriching the
fund to send a Teener ball team
to Htrshey, Pennsylvania, in
August.
Timmy and Judy Hotz, was the
brother and sister combination
to chip In five dollars for the
cause. Timmy, a former teener
star, himself was a member of
the Little League team that went
to the States In 1951.
With only three weeks away,
before the squad sails on the S.8.
Cristobal, August 6, various VFW
Posts are hustling to raise the
necessary funds. Post 3822, has
arranged to hold a Fund Frolic
on July 22 and 23rd at their post
located at the entrance to Cu-
rundu, the old PAD area.
This Post pledged to raise one
hundred dollars more than Post
3838 raised over the Fourth of
July holidays. The latter Post
Totals
17 2 12 30
Emblem Club
L. Caldwell......2 0 0 4
L. Corrigan......7 2 3 16
R. Glazer........3 0 I 6
R. Mikulich......0 2 1 2
J Slice ..........2 0 0 4
G. Fitzgerald......0 0 0 0
Totals
14 4 5 32
Score By Quarters
9-6, 18-12, 28-18, 36-32
The Pan Canal Pilots retained
the top rung again as they turn-
ed back the Emblem Club by the
score of 36 to 32. With Thomas
Hadley and Bonner Hadley lead-
ing the way during the first half
it looked like an easy win. How-
I ever, in the 4th quarter the Em-
blem Club came to life and
sparked by Larry Corrigan they
I crept within "2" points three
times in the last quarter only to
have the Pilots pull away again.
Along The Fairwoys
Summit Hills Golf Club mem-
bers will have another opportunity
to win themselves a bottle of Mc-
Callum's Perfection Scots Whisky
this coming month during the
playing of another Duran Liquors
Ringer Tournament. Qualiiying
rounds are to be played this
coming week-end July 16 and 17.
All members entering the tourna-
ment must register on the score
sheet in the clubhouse before play-
ing his or her qualifying round.
Prizes of McCallum's Perfection
Scots Whisky will be awarded to
the persons shooting the lowest
qualifying, the second lowest qua-
lifying score, the highest qualigy-
ing score turned in, the indivi-
dual with the lowest score at sun-
down July 31, low gross score at
the end of the tournament, low net!
based on new handicaps posted as
of August 1, second low net based
on new handicaps, the greatest
improvement made, ail eagles will
take home a bottle of McCallum's
She golfer picking up the m o s t i
irdies, and the low net women. |
All golfers will be held responsi-i
ble for posting their scores on
the tournament sheet, and plac-
ing their scorecards in the special |
box marked "tournament."
It has also been announced b>
the Entertainment Committee of j
the Summit Club that the month-
ly barbecued steak and beer par-
ty will be held this Saturday eve-|
ning, July 16 starting at 7:30 p.m.
Orchestra music will be furnished
at 8 p.m.
AVOID VENEREAL
DISEASES
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Thick Channel Fog
Forces Chadwick
To Postpone Swim
DOVER, England, July 14
(IIP)Thick (og covered the
English Channel today and for
the fourth time in three days
Miss Florence Chadwick, 31-
yaar-old Californian swimmer,
was forced to postpone her
projected non-stop swim from
England to France and back.
As a result of this postpone-
ment Miss Chadwick will have
to await more favorable tides,
which re not expected until
Augast.
f
declined to reveal at this time
the amount of money raised un-
til after the Post 3822 affair is
over. On the Atlantic side, Posts
3876 and 100 of VFW are com-
bining to put over a successful
dance on the night of August 6
on the Gold Coast.
At tire present time it" appears
that the G$2000 quota will have
to be raised to $2500 because of
unexpected expenses in the
States.
The committee Is confident
that the goal will be reached by
next week.
It was also announced that the
tentative schedule for the teen-
er squad will be as follows:
Will sail August 6th from Cris-
tobal.
Will arrive August 12 in New
York.
Will play at Rockaway Beach,
Long Island, August 13.
August 14, 15, 16 17, 13. team
will participate in the National
Tournament at Hershey Penn.
If not eliminated, the team
will continue play at Hershey,
Aug. 19 and 20. If eliminated,
the team wllu play at Carlisle,
Pennsylvania on the 19th and at
Mechanicsburg on the 20th. Win,
lose or draw, the team will play
at Union, New jersey, on the
21st.
August 22will return to New
York City.
August 23. guest of the Brook-
lyn Dodgers, who play the Chi-
cago Cubs that night.
August 24 guests of the World
Champion New York Giants,
who play the St. Louis Cards.
August 25 sail for Canal Zone
Contributions
Military Order of the Coo-
ties of VFW Post No. 1 $25.00
Ladies Aux. of Post 3822 2000
Albrook NCO ............ 44.75
Roth's Machines at Bal-
boa Service Center ___ 28.00
G. M. Boyd .............. 1.00
Tip-Top Cleaners ....... 5.00
Guardia Cia. SA......... 5.00
Interna 110 n a 1 Jewelry
Store .................. 2 00
Angellni Liquor Store ... 5.0O
Mercurio Jewelry Store .. 2 50
H. I. Homa Co........... 10.OO
John Palm .............. 10.00
G. K. Wallace............ 1.00
Joe Tumminelli .......... 1.00
General Paint Co......... 5 00
Frank Steiner ........... 1.00
Army and Navy Store___ 10 00
Fastllch ................. 5 oi;
Suavel cia............... 5 00
Louis Sommera .......... 5.00
Timmy and Judy Hotz ... 5 00
Capt. Kenneth Bivin..... 5.00
Attention:
Miss Norma Wong
Lucean H. Chen, one of the
Jamaica delegates here with
the visiting track and field
team, would like- to contact
Miss Norma Wong, a resident
of the Isthmus.
Chen is not sare whether
Miss Wong lives in Panama or
Colon.
He may be reached at the
Central Hotel, Teta. 2-1963 or
2-2683.
HALF MILLION-
SEATTLE (NEA) Approxi-
mately 500,000 persons will gather
on the shores of Lake Washington,
Aug. 7 to watch the Gold Cup
Race for unlimited speedboats
By J. HARRISON JR.
"I think Gil Garrido 3 idea of
exchanging Panamanians with
athletes of neighboring coun-
tries is a splendid one, and
sports-minded Jamaica w e 1-
comes it," declared Herbert Hen-
ry ir.Kenley In an interview
with The Panama American last
night.
McKenley, Supervisor of Ath-
letics of Jamaica and one-time
holder of three world track rec-
ords. Is In charge of a visiting
track and field team which will
compete against local stars In
three meets at the Olympic Sta-
dium, tomorrow, Wednesduy and
Friday nights at 7:30.
Garrido, Panama's Physical
Education and Sports director,
recently arranged an exchange
plan with Jamaica and the Dom-
inican Republic.
McKenley is a 33-year-old
lanky six-footer whose activi-
ties have taken him all over
the world. He has run in the
U.S., England, Australia, Ja-
pan, Okinawa and other coun-
tries. His records have been 4*
seconds for the quarter-mile;
29:6 in the 300 yards and 32:4
for 306 meters.
McKenley "reitred" from ac-
tive running some sixteen
months ago because oi the ill-
ness of his father and joon after
took over his present position
with the Jamaica government.
He has given thought to
breaking .his retirement, al-
though he says, "At my age and
what with the months of Inac-
tivity, it may not be so easy." He
would consider giving an exhi-
bition in Panama "if it could be
arranged."
Herb says he is happy in his
job and plans to devote his time
and energy In developing the
fino prospects "that we have In
Jamaica right now."
He believes several of the
members of the team now In
Panama will represent Jamai-
ca in the 1956 Olympic Games
to be held in Australia.
He mentions particularly
Keith Gardner, British Em-
pire champon who has done
the 116-yard high hurdles in 14
seconds and Louis Knight, a
youngster who does the lie-
yard hurdles in 14:3.
Other good prospects, accord-
ing to McKenley, are Mai
Spence, who reels off the half-
mile in 1:33; Leroy Keane, an-
other half-mller who can run
1:57, and high Jumper Ernl Hsis-
ley who clears the bar at 6' 5".
The two girls who make up
the 10-member team are high
Jumper Eileen Graham, who has
cleared five feet and Cynthia
m-k SDrlnts 10 var"*s in
Prices for the meets are 25
cents, adults; and 15 cents, chil-
d/en Fifty-cent block tickets for
the three programs will be avail-
able.
TANPII
NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pet. GB
Brooklyn .....59 27 .686
Milwaukee ...47 38 .533 ii>2
New York ....44 41 518 14',,
Chicago ......45 42 .517 14'.
Cincinnati ....39 43 .476 18
St. Louis .....39 43 .476 18
Philadelphia .38 48 .442 21
Pittsburgh ...30 59 .337 30\t
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
Milwaukee at New York
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
AMERICAN LEAGUE
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 000 012 000 3 8 4
Brooklyn 031 000 26x12 16 0
Poholsky. (3-4i, Schultz, Law-
rence, LaPalme, Wright and Bur-
brink.
Newcombe (15-1) and Campa-
nella.
TEAMS W L
New York ,.. ,66 30
Chicago ......50 33
Cleveland ....51 35
Boston .......49 37
Detroit.......42 41
Kansas City ..36 49
Baltimore ....26 55
Washington .. 27 67
Pet. OB
.651
.602 4ft
.593 5
J70 7
.506 12ft
.424 lift
.331 27",
.321 21

Chicago 100 101 0003 8 0
New York 400 010 00x5 11 2
Jones (9-11), Perkowskl and
McCullough.
Hearn (9-8) and Westrum.
Cincinnati 010 300 0239 13 0
Pittsburgh C00 0001001 6 1
Nuxhall (9-6), Freeman and
Burgess.
Law (6-4), Martin, Llttlefield
and Peterson, Shepard.
TODAY'S GAME
Baltimore at Chicago
Boston at Cleveland
New York at Detroit (2)
Washington at K. City (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 010 000 2104 11 0
Chicago 120 000 0025 5 1
Schantz, Stobbs (1-10) and
Courtney.
Trucks. Consuegra, Howell (2-
1) and Lollar.
Baltimore 000 007 0018 18 S
Kansas City 003 000 0115 7 1
McDonald (S-3), Wilson, Pail-
ca and Smith.
R. Shantz (4-7), Gorman,
Sleater, Portocarrero, Sam and
Astroth, W. Shantz.
Boston at Detroit
Postponed (rain)
New York
Cleveland
000 000 003 14 7 1
2OO00OO10O3 6 0
'Night Game) Turley, Lopat. Morgan (6-1),
Milwaukee 000 000 0000 4 0 Konstanty and Berra.
Philadelphia 000 000 Olx1 6 ll
Burdette (7-5) and Crandall Wynn, Garcia (5-101 and He-
Dickson (6-6i, and Semlnlck. gan.
Athletics' Hector Lopez
Has Found A Home; He's
A Third Baseman Now
By BEANS REARDON
24,jears in National League
Written for NEA Service
BESTIN: Buffalo c t c h e r
KM u reUl' *? hU b* PtCh'"
ball. He went directly to the club-
house and a pinch runner was
sent to first base. Toronto man-
ager Luke Sewell protested on the
basis that the hit batter had to
take first base before leaving the
game. Why?-Russ Larsen.
Answer: Under the rules, 'he
should have gone to first base.
There is a rule covering a hatter
breaking a leg on a home ran
and this allows a pinch-runner to
enter for him. It does not cover
this situation. In this case. Sewell
withdrew hi- protest. Re let the
play pass, as did the umpires.
Common sense plays a part.
Q. Was it ever legal for a ball
that bounces into the stands after
hitting the ground to be a home
run?Mike De Mines.
A. Yes, the present rule making
it a two-base hit was put hi the
books in 1(31. Before thst such
a hit was a home run. '
Q. His Jim Busby of the White
Sox had a .300 year in the ma-
jors?Jim Mulfoy.
A. Busby batted .312 for the
Realtors in 193.
By CHARLES NETHAWAY
United Press Sports Writer
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Please
don't put him on the spot by
calling him. a star. But It's okay
to say that Kansas City A's third
baseman Hector M. Lopea has
the ift)^1"!*
"I think I Ilk third base fine,"
Lopez said when Athletics skip-
per Lou Boridreau switched him
to the hot corner from second
base. "I think I can play It
good."
Here is a young fellow from
Panama who is loose all over.
He can run and he can throw.
And he may turn into a hitter
with more than moderate long
ball power.
"1 have never hit many home
runs, but I may start here," Lo-
pez said after hitting three in
three days during the last home
stand. "I hit only eight last year
at Ottawa."
The As moved back into
friendly Municipal Stadium
Thursday for an extended stay.
Lopez was a fixture at third,
where he admitted he was "very
happy." The position doesn't of-
fer as many problems aa second
base. ,
Lopez makes his home in
Silver City. Cristobal, Canal
Zone. He trained in the spring
with the As but started the
season with Columbus in the
International League.
He was called up early and
for a While worked at second,
while Jim Flnigan, American
League All-Star third sacker.
held down that position. Then
Boudreau switched them. Fini-
rn liked It. because second is
nls natural position. Lpez liked
it because he started playing
baseball at third with 6L. ma-
chi the in the Provincial League.
Lopez was 24 on Juff X T>
had a quiet birthday because he
Is a quiet fellow, moat of fho
time. He makes the big plays
with ease and he shoots the ball
to first like a bullet. His reflexes
are quick.
He was a .314 hitter for Otta-
wa and missed by a close mar-
gin being the International's
most valuable player last year.
This Is his fifth season in or-
ganized baseball, his rookie year
In the big show. He broke in at
third but another position Is his
favorite.
"I am a shortstop." he said,
"but It looks like I won't ever
play It here."
The Hit Parade
fyW
TNI WHOll
worn ivh

VAT ~ V
MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
B> UNITED PRESS
(Based on 206 official at hats)
LEADING BATTERS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
C'nella, Bklyn. 67 249 45 86 .345
Burgess, Cin. 60 216 38 70 .324'
Ashburn, Phil. 75 288 48 93 .323!
Snider. Bklyn. 84 314 75 101 .322
Klus'skI, Cln. 81 319 59 102 .320
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kallne, Det. 83 335 76 124 .320
IKuenn. Det. 74 310 54 101 326
I Fox, Chicago 83 338 511110 .325
l8mlth, Cleve. 86 353 70 112 .317
1 Doby, Cleve. 73 284 50 89 .313
HOME RUNS
Kluszewskl. Redlegs 29
Snider, Dodgers......... 28
Mays, Giants ........... 27
Banks. Cubs ............ 23
Mathews, Braves ....... 22
RUNS BATTED IN
Snider, Dodgers......... 89
Jensen, Red Sox ........ 73
Kallne, Tigers...........68
Muslal, Cardinals ...... 67
Kluszewskl, Redlegs ----- 66
Campanella ............ 66
RUNS
Mantle, Yankees ........ 76
Kallne, Tigers......____76
Snider, Dodgers.........75
Smith, Indians ......... 70
Bruton. Bravea ......... 64
Goodman, Red Sox......64
HITS
Kaline, Tigers ......... 124
Smith. Indiana.........112
Aaron. Braves..........110
Fox. White Sox........ 110
Mueller, Giants ........ 107
PITCHING
(Based on 8 Decision*)
W L Pet.
Newcombe, Dodgers 15 1 .938
Donovan. WB......11 2 846
Lablne, Dodgers .... I 2 .800
Byrne. Yankees .... 7 3 .778
Arroyo, Cardinals ... 10 3 .789
GdL\)x,oL
TODAY!
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an 1.11 am
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FHrniuc atucKanr
MARCH ROOXEY
TECHNICOLOR
Today Encanto .25 & .20
In Cinemascope!
Dorothy Dandrldge, In
-CARMEN JONES''
Plus: John Justin. In
"HOT ICE"
Today IDEAL 20 .10
Dorothy McGuire, hi
'SPIRAL STAIRCASE"
Jean Davis, In
"BILLY THE KID vs.
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AN INDEPENDENT

DAILY NEWSPAPER

Manama American
"Let the people knotc the truth arid the country U $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
THIRTIETH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY. JULY 16, 1955
FTVK CENTS
Defense Secrefary Shrugs Off
Ridgways Blistering Attack
South Carolina (School District Given Tim
To Make Neccessary Desegregation Arrangements
COLUMBIA, S. C, July 16 (UP): ficiaU, "are hereby restrained.
A three-judge federal court held .and enjoined from refusing on ac-|
the first compliance hearing on! count of race to admit to any G Ia ATP 121 ApfMICftfl
the Supreme Court' school inte-1 school under their supervision any. **** flWHSCU
gration order and restrained a child qualified to enter such school
South Carolina school district to-from and after such. time.as they.
day from barring pupils because have made the necessary ar-
of their race but gave it time to. rangements for admission of chil-l
make "necessary arrangements." dren in such schools, on a non-
No deadline was set in the order discriminatory basis with all deli-
5
for the start or completion of in-
tegration procedure.
Negro leaders had pleaded that
berate speed."
The order for such admissions
Of Dictatorship
And Bigotry
"deliberate speed" phrase wa
"not in haste but as soon as pra
Ucal.' And, he added, "I think
is important for the school sys.
terns of the South to be pra
served."
But Marshall held out for a time-
table for integration.
"They (state school officials)
have agreed that nothing will
he said. "I
done about
"with all deliberate sppeed was a (UP)The Chattanooga Times ac- *
a program for mixing'the classes, repetition of the Supreme Court's cused ^^gu^^^of^'dieUtor-j Parker asked the Negro attor-
WASHINGTON July 16 (UP)I Meantime, he said, Russia Is Taft (R-0.) charged
Defense Secretary Charles eJ pinning its hopes for expanding its the then Joint Chiefs of
yesterday shrugged off as dominance on "large ground,were "absolutely under the
no very important" a blistering forces" with their own tactical air tro of the admmistration."
..Y.,v n rfministration defense forces, a "minor" surface navy, "During my period of duty
Lnnfaibvg7 Matthew B. "a threatening submarine fleet chief of staff," Ridgway said, The administration plans to cut ciplewa
Ridgway former Army Chief of and a long-range air force grow- "events have made it appear that he corps to 193,000 men by mid- to them
Kicigway, lormer mj capability." the criticisms once leveled at my 1956.
(D- The four-star general said U. S.'predecessors, mi^ht be..betterl WUson
the special court before schools re-
open in September.
But spokesmen for both the Ne-
groes and the state of South
Carolina, which has vowed an all-
out fight to preserve segregation,
had no criticism for the court's
i preliminary ruling,
in 1951 that Symington was a leader In the, A more lengthy memorandum
f f fight to give the Marine Crops an was expected to be filed by the
m- additional 46 million dollars in the three judges later.
'current fiscal year to maintain! The judges, whose original rul-
as its strength at 215,000 men. | ing upholding the segregation prin-
reversed and sent back
by the Supreme Court,
ruled on the case from the Sum-
announced Thursday
farmed oresent defense weakness- defense policy is based more on when word of Ridgway's blast be-in Marine strength
termea present ik i.j_i_;....;- H.m.nrtc" I h i n rame known as nlanned.
es.
administration demands" than came known.
Simultaneously, two other Dem- on actual military considerations.! The defense chief said: "I don't
Simultaneously, i" ___ ~u____ D0hrt A Ihinlr vprv mnortsnt "
as planned.
merton district of Clarendon Coun-
impound- ty, S. C.
new stu- This was one of five cases cov-
the Lea- red by the historic Supreme Court
! decision of last year and the first' xf^Trth* w"
reducUons to be re-heard back in the low'
will continue er court.
The defendants, local school of
"if
the
at least should be spelled out" by'own compliance order. |S5ip" t*ctic *nd 'J>igotry" in its ney if t wouW ^ Igre(
The preliminary ruling was on- efforts to oppose desegregation. ^ty jtart now d f ,, .
ly one page long. I In an editorial the Times re- ,0 0f a year"
It also ordered the case kept on ferred to statements by Georgia i
the* docket for entry of further or-Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook and by | "No sir, it can be done by thia
ders or hearings that might be-,George Whitman, chairman of the September." Marshall replied,
come necessary In the case. Georgia Board of Education. j But he indicated later that he
The order provides "the time Cook suggested any state teach-'would be satisfied with a step
we wanted to work out a s o 1 u- er affiliated with the National As- by-step plan.
Uon," summed up Robert McC.'sociation for the Advancement of, ----------------------*___
Figg, Counsel lor Clarendon Coun-, Colored People be fired and urged i f i nj i
ty school officials. that those "in sympathy" with the I 31131 AflVfinJCfif
"I am satisfied with any decree NAACP be dismissed also,
that carries out the Constitution of | Whitman said any person found
the United States," was the only. teaching mixed classrooms would
comment from Thurgood Mar-be barred from teaching in Geor-
shall, representing the parents of gia for life.
Negro pupils and the National As-| i.Th. i. mnr HiMstnrchln In -The exterior painting of
sociation for the Advancement -
Colored People.
Senior Judge John J. Parker ..
membres of the vidual groups may be the rule in
2 Paint Projects
" Fourth' U. S. Circuit Court of Ap-
peals, and Appeals Judge Armi-
ocratic senators, Mike Mansfield
(Mont.) and Dennis Chavez (N.-
M.), challenged Wilsons right to
impound 46 million dollars in ex-
tra funds voted by Congress for
the Marines. They said only the
President has this *WW".
Ridgway leveled his criticism in
a letter to WUson a few days be-
fore he stepped down June 30 as
Army Chief of Staff.
The letter was made available
Safely Field Day
To Be Presented
Al Paraso Park
/MS ye.rd.,- WiW. *jg&f Rff?ffi
day at the Paraso Ball Park,
under the sponsorship of the
Paraso Civic Council Safety
Committee.
He noted the late Sen. Robert A. think it's very important."
________ But Symington called Ridwey
"one of the acknowledged milita-
ry geniuses of our time" and said
"the basic thesis of General Ridg-
way's criticism is correct."
President Reluctant
On AEC, TV A
or.lers.
The bemedaled ger
ally challenger
tion'
tary -
mary reliance on tne
eneral specific-
ad ministra
deterring ef-
tary manpower
iects of atomic airpower
The all-day program will be-
BtlB --------- ... ,. gin at 9 a.m. with the raising of
Kidgway, a Prajroop leader fj 8a,ety flagi aiter
World War II, "id."1' P.0.1*, I parade will march
r be playing into M >***.-grand stand,
hands since there may be a com- ^ ^^
mon refusal" to use atomic wea m |afety exnlblts
pons in any future war
which c
past the
Bulganin
,. (Continued from Paga 1)
ing.
At noon, a first aid team will
present a short program, follow-
ed at l pjn. by the awarding of
prises.
PYee safety movlea will run
continuously at the Exhibit Hall.
Safety exhibits Include those
prepared by civil defense, the
to exchange unprecedented state
Visits. It was rumored that indi-
cations of success in tt
va talks might lead to wholesale
mutual visits. .
Bulganln's statement took up
the full 20 minutes atotted for
the news conference. There was
no question and answer period.
the premier read the state-
ment himself in Russian. "
was translated into English oy
MolotoVs personal transU.\>r,
Oleo Troyamovsky. Moscow ra-
dio interrupted its regular pro.
grams to broadcast the state-
Bulganin told Soviet and for-
eign newsmen the chiefs o state
would not be able to "ttto a1
international dltferencea out ,, guiluul
the plan was to point out tne, >nd handlcrait dlipiay8.
"The Soviet delegation IpJW
Krt will make such an effort, A
The Soviet government deie-
are going to Geneva I
WASHINGTON, July 16 (UP)-
President Eisenhower signed a
$1,365,613.500 appropriation bill
"with great reluctance" yesterday
because, he said it contains too
little for the Atomic Energy Com-
mission and too much for certain
public works projects.
Items in the bill include $575,-
000,000 for the AEC, $27,530,000 for
official opening of the the Tennessee Valley Authority.
jafety exhibits will be and 554 million for so-called civil
held'at 10 a.m. followed by a fire I functionsmostly rivers and har-
flghtlng demonstration at 10:30.1 bors projectsof the Army Engi;
An automobile braking dem-jneers.
onatratlon and a bicycle safety The President complained the
class will perform at il am. to bill contains $144,404,000 less than
front of the Exhibit Hall build- he asked for the AEC's operating
expenses int he fiscal year start-
ed July 1. The money in the bill,
together with funds carried over
from last year, will provide the
AEC with $1,380,847,000.
The President said the a c u t
"could seriously interfere with the
commission's plans to produce a-
tomic weapons, develop propulsion
reactors for the Navy and the Air
e'ommiaaary: dredging "a"nd ecl^ore.and develop peaceful appli-
trical divisions, &*X^A^^^^J^t
tenance, housing, industrial
locks, maintenance, navigation
and police divisions, the peni-
tentiary and the schools, sanita-
tion and storehouse divisions.
These include row boat equip-
ipllan-
stead M. Dobie and District Judge
. deli-
In his second complaint against
the bill, the President said he was
concerned by the large increase in
the number of new construction
projects added by Congress for
the Army Engineers and the Rec-
lamation Bureau.
Ultimate cost of the added pre-
ces, locks safety, poison Plwjtj1 jecu may hit 1V4 billion dollars,
display, mosquito control exhibit h pr,.fdent said.
how far such, tactics may lead
George Bell Timmerman Sr. deti-junless Georgians themselves con-
berated only two hours before demn such bigotry."
making their brief ruling.
bulldinR
our mid,t the Panama Canal Company.
Other projects Include the
furnishing and installing of an
electrical duct line to the new
i Saint Margaret Church building
It appies specifically only to the n fbne gcnools 5gned t0 their;In Margarita and alterations to
Summerton district, where 1 sist,race COmpared with only 299 white Aids to Navigation building in
term 2559 Negroes were enrolled ^ m ^ white school
Germans Won't Back
Any Security System
Before Reunification
BONN, Germany, July 16 (UP'
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
said today that any European se-
curity System based on the conti-
nued division of Germany is "un- OfttT .lljin jW br 1J
acceptable" to the German pec- MloM.e.. a mto o
pupils
State officials already have or-
dered all other school districts re-
opened on a segregated basis un-
der existing state law.
Gov. George Bell Timmerman
Pr., son of the judge on the spe-
cial court, has taken up former
Gov. James F. Byrnes' pledge to
resist integration by all legal
means.
Judge Parker had indicated dur-
ing the hearing that no deadline
or time-table would be set now.
He said that under a flexible
HELPING HANDSThree firemen help Injured porter through
Jgri
a window of the derailed New Haveri passenger train, "The
Federal Express" after It har! jumped the tracks near Bridge-
port, Conn. The ersineer, Arthur Ortenau, was killed. Uniden-
tified porter was one of an estimated 40 persons injured.
Big
(Continued from Pag* 1)
order to discuss openly with the wtr iomt workable
other great powers highly lm- ment plan.
portante international questions,
find common language wlti
dUarmn-
lo ..
the West, to secure by Joint *>
forts an easing of internation-
al tension and strengthening of
the confidence in the relations
among the states."
The most ardent desire of the
peoples of the world is peace,
following the destruction inflict-
ed by the two world wars, he
tald
- "The cold war policy, the In-
flated military budgets and the
arms race are today falling as
an enormous burden upon the
shoulders of the masses of the
The President also expressed
hope the Big Four meeting may
open "new vlstaa" for settlement
of crucial East-West disputes.
He said there are signs the world
is entering a "new phase" of in-
ternational relationships.
The President spent yesterday
closeted with aides and advisers
preparing last night's radio-TV
speech and discussing his role
in the historic meeting next
week with leaders of Russia,
France and Britain.
New Road-Building Program
Causes Gas, Tire Tax Boosts
pie.
Socialist opposition Leader E-
ricl\ Ollenhauer agreed with Ade-
nauer on this point. Both men
made brief statements in the Bun-
destag (Lower House) this morn-
ing shortly before resumption of
debate on rearmament legislation.
Adenauer said:
"A European security system
based on the -continued division of
Germany is for us unacceptable."
"Such a system would continue
the division of Germany for an
indefinide time, and would bring
Europe no security. No security
system can be built which ignores
such a deeply-rooted demand (as
reunification) in the German peo-
ple."
Ollenhauer said the time has
arrived for negotiations for the
peaceful reunification of Germa-
ny. "A way must and can be found
which leads to this goal," he said.
did not comply with the
ate speed" order "in a
able time."
Parker's own definition of
they
deliber-
reason-
the
Horse Play
NEW CITY. N.Y., July 16 (UP)
Horse thieves have been cost-
ing Thomas Schimpf a lot of
sleep the past two days.
Schimpf told police he was a-
wakened early Thursday morn-
ing by the sound of a horse in
his front yard.
He investigated and found a
mare placidly eating the grass
she hadn't already trampled.
Friday morning, Schimpf said.
he was awakened again, to find
two- horses tied to his mailbox.
Police said the horses were
taken from nearby farms but as
yet they haven't any suspects.
Gamboa.
Bids on the interior and ex-
terior paint work will be open-
ed Wednesday moraine in the
Balboa Heights Administration
Building.
Brouwer Low Bidder
On 2 Paint Projects
Servicio Brouwer was appar-|
ent low bidder on two of three
Panama Canal interior paint
projects, bids for which were
ODened Friday morning in the
Balboa Heights Administration
Building.
Brouwer made a low offer ol
$1690 for the work of palntini
the interior of a bachelor qua)
ters building in Old Crlstobi
and $580 for the work of pain
ing the Interior of three aparl
ments in Margarita and one la
Qatun.
W. T. Coffey, with an offer of
$249 was apparent low on the-
third project which includes the
Interior painting of the Electric-
al Division office rooms in the
Administration Building.
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, JULY 17
HIGH LOW
1:14 SMB. ?:J0 a.m.
1:34 .. S:0 p.m.
WASHINGTON, July 16 (UP)|
The House Public Works Com-
mittee yesterday approved a gi-
ant 48 1-2-bililon-dollar 12-year |
road-building program that re-|
Jects president Elsenhower's
bond program in favor of new,
gasoline and tire taxes to pay
part of the cost.
The Democratic sponsored I
In his letter to Congress, ac- substitute for the president's
larger program than a Senate-
approved measure calling for a
five-year 18-billion-dollar road
program. President Eisenhow-
er has asked for a 39-billion-
dollar 10-year program of new
federal-state road building. He
figures state and local govern-
ments would build enough til-
er roads to bring the overall
toUl to 101 billions.
The committee bill is slated to
, ects. This would require wages
! prevailing in a given area would
be paid for work on roads under
'the bill.
Also approved was a provision
' similar to present law law under
which the federal government;
may pay up to 50 per cent of
the cost of moving utilities to
make way for new or widened
highways. The federal share
would not, however, exceed 2
companylng a report on U.S.
~. .r. aivVn r?sV to alarm Participation in the United Na-
people, are giving rise to alarm President rited the
Arid fear
added.
for the future." he *lons- the President cited the
Big Four meeting as an example
. of what he called a possible
iXrin^e^stVt.u* "n:Lh"e::Hn t:? *
Buganln said that "It Is oft-
Soviet Union is a source of dan-
cer."
-On this pretext," he said,
-military blocs are being whip-
ped together, mtiitary bases
are being established around
our country. We have never
intended and do not intend to
Hack anybody this would
Contradict our principles, our
Immutable peaceful policy.
"But seelne the war prepara-
tions of other states we, of
He expressed hope that he
land other world figures at Oe-
; neva will "be able to identify the
| outstanding divisive Issues and
develop methods to solve them."
Emphasising his continutag
support for the IN., the Pres-
ident said he would enter the
meeting* with "full aware-
ness" of the r.N.', possibilities
as an ageney to help establish
world peace.
The President also told Con
10-year highway program was to before the House next week, per cent of the cost of the entire!
adopted by a 23-8 vote after the I where it faces a fight over the highway project involved
committee agreed to levy $12,-
021,000,000 in new taxea over a
15-year period.
The tax feature, tentatively,
approved Thursday provides fon
an Increase in federal gasoline
taxes from two to three cents a
gallon, to raise $8,638,000.000 to-
ward the cost of the program.
The remainder the special
tax fund would come from
higher levies on trucks, buses,
trailers, diesel fuel, heavy du-
ty tires, heavy duty tubes and
a new tax on camel-back used
in tire retreads.
tax boosts. Although the program covers
The committee approved 27-4: a 12-year period, the special tax
proviso applying the Bacon-1 hike would stretch over 15 years.
That Is to cover preliminary
costs of planning for a year be-
fore the program is launched,
and clean-up work on the road!
projects for two years after its
completion.
Davis Act to interstate road proj-
5,000 TB Mays
Taking During June
TODAY AUTO-CINE! 60c--30c-
ONE OF THE YEAR'S MOST FASCINATING FILMS!
Treasury Secretary George M.
course." cannot* but "take meas-; areas there now" are groundnur i Humphrey, in his testimony on
ures to safeguard the security of | "real hope" of Russian partid-1tne. Plan- sald ne. '
ures to safeguard
our country. We have an army, pation in his
in our opinion a very good army,: plan.
The committee made no spe-
cial provision for raising the rest
Over 5000 X-rays of the! o the federal share of the pro-
chest were taken In June by ram, which thus would come
the Ministry of Public Health' from regular Treasury funds ap-
in cooperation with the Health I proprlated yearly by Congress.
Division of the Point Four Pro-' Besides the cent-a-gallon fed-
gram, as part of the antituber- eral gaeoline tax hike, the bill
'perfectly i culosls camping being carried would provide these increases:
with all the necessary equip-
ment."
Bulganin said the difference
in social and state structures of
various nations should not stand choose to join us."
in the way of peaceful settle-
ment of International issues.
Jennings Promoted
To Full Colonel
Lt. Col. I. B. Jennings, proj-
ect engineer for the Canal's pow-
er conversion program, has been
promoted to full colonel, accord-
ing to word received on the
Isthmus today.
Jennings arrived here about
on- year ago as Pan canal proj-
ect engineer for Contractor's
SOU.
t
In Geneva, after welcoming
atoma-for-neare willing" to accept the tax meth- out by the Panamanian gov- '
RC8|od of financing. But he said he.eminent.
preferred the president's bond I A total of 5,286 X-rays were,
program even though lt might | taken that month, from which
be more Inflationary. 58 were found to be noMv |
The bill includes $28,666,000,- \ cases and 208 as suspicious.
000 for 40,000 miles of interstate They will remain unaer uoot.-.
super highways, planned to meet vation and study.
He did not give the basis for
his hope, but said this country
would go ahead with the pro-
gram even "If some do not
ceremonies at the airport,
'President and his party
VI national defense needs. The fed-1 More than half of the total
_ win eral share of the cost would be number of X-rays were taken
drive to a luxurious vlfT oStslde1 P cent with the states put- by the mobile unit^visiting the
'the city for preparatory confer- **** UP the other 10 per cent. Interior. The rest was taken in
1 enees with Dulles Overall, the bill provides for 35 the dispensaries of Panama,
____________;_________ | billion dollars in federal funds I Colon and the Santo Tomas
j. c land 13 billion In money to be Hospital.
Indian JCOUIS raised bv the states. Since the campaign besan a
The bill also Includes $20,700.- year ago, a total of 56,673 X-
DE8 M0INE8, Iowa, July 16 000,000 for primary, secondary i rays of the chest have b e e if
(UP)Two Boy Scouts admitted i and urban roads, with federal | taken in Panama, from which
taking some Indian relics from : and state governments splitting j 9W cases were found to have
the state historical museum. ,the cost 50-50. Another $7,092,- positive tuberculosis, and 1081
They said they perform In- 00.000 would be spent by the as suspicious cases. The susni-
dlan dances with their Scout' federal government on roads on clou cases remain under ob-
troop and they wanted the federal land. i servation and study until
dance to be authentic. i The NU provides lot m lax jthar diagnosis U made
Diesel fuel, up three cents a
gallon, providing 113 million
dollars in new taxea over the
15-year period; large truck,
tires, up lt cents a pound to
provide 950 million; inner
tubes for large track tires, up
six cents to bring In 45 million;
smaller truck tires, up three
cents a pound for an increase
of 170 million; camelback ma-
terial, 15 cents a pound in new
taxes to raise 694 million.
The committee also provided
for a two per cent increase in
the manufacturers' excise tax on
trucks, busses and trailers, esti-
mated to bring in 871 million
dollars in added revenue over
the 15 years.
An amendment was adopted
to exempt non-highway users
from tax Increases on gasoline,
fur-' diesel fuel. Ures. tube* and re- >
tread*
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