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PANAMA, K. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1?5S
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Retiring Judge Tatelman Will Work
Right Up To Wire Monday Afternoon
P:ir.:-ir.S CF TKS REVIEWING PARTY form In front of U.S. Army Caribbean Headquarters!
Fort Amador today during an honor guard for Maj. Gen. Charles L, Dasher, new USARCABIB
commanding general. This first official funct Ion to welcome the new command official took
place shortly after his arrival on the UUSNS Goethals. In the front row are Dasher left
rnd r.v7. (Jan. Milton L Ogden, deputy commanding general. In the rear are left to right
I 3A: CAIII3 staff officers Col. William E. Eekles, Col. Alphonse A. Greene, Col. John R.
rifht, Jr., Col. Louis D. Farnsworth, Jr., Col. Walter J. Preston, Jr.,, and Lt. Col. Tom A.
nuid. (U.S. Army 1'noto)
a f j i
Nov Commanding General,
5!aff levcv Honor Guard
a assmnint Ms new vt sslrr at M
i tn 1 1
judge Ci.i.r. laieitnan, popular
Cristobal Magistrate, wbo is re.
tiring this month after 27 years
on the bench, will spend Monday,
his last day here, on the job.
' His work will coma to rv offi official
cial official and at 4:15 p.m., but by
that tima ha axpacts that ho
will not only hava tandad to
tha usual day's court businass
hut will hava 'ha I Dad to swaai
In hi lueeafiiar. Loran B. Hill. l
tingar, who will arriva Monday
from Naw York on tha Panama
Yesterday afternoon however,
the Judge took some time, off
and joined a group of other retir.
ing employes to receive his retire,
ment certificate from Gov. W. E.
Potter at a ceremony held at Bal.
In addition, Tatelman was pre.
sented by the Governor with the
Master Key to the Panama Canal
in the grade of Honorary Counci
lor to tne Governor.
If during the last few days, Cris.
tobal court business wasn't exact,
ly rushing, the lack of business
hasn't upset the genial judge one
During tha past 27 yaan on
tha Cristobal hanch, ha has had
anough axcitamant to kaap most
othar man Intereitad for Ufa
tima.. v ..
quart ors -since
One of his last official duties
which kfpt him working overtime
1 last ween was' t;;e taking of ex.
. tr'1 ,;ve r1 "0'-',:,,is pi tt'e rpnt
r rung c- .-e
1 i i)ve t
take i 'ace lu-
c j ; i'o v,i 1
of: "iwuin Ur i
rvu: in ho a; ndpd bv John J.
T row general manager of
t' ; 'y Division; I'hilap S.
11 si.v i, su'Tvisor of hotels and
ro .n:.;''s W. B. Mallory, chief
of the Llotion Picture Section;
sr 1 IV -r Foster, president of the
Coco I Civic Council.
Ihe ceremony is scheuuled for
1:30 o'clock wfcffln Barton will cut
a ribbon across te main entrance
to the thater, aer which Foster
will accept the sew theater in the
name of t CAic Council.
, Thera w..l then ba a spaeial
motion pieturt program for chil
dran, corrp'eta with an Inform.
al ataga show and favors of can.
dy and balloons. f, 'V
The adults will have their
.(vn at the nnentaft ceremonies
during the evening when there will
ho a snppial sneak preview of one
of the better" motion pictures of
the year staring at 7 p.m. ;
Ladies attending will be given
small corsages in Honor ot tne
Th thater Is located directly
inside the second entrance to Coco
Solo, and is adjacent to -tne new
commissary and service center,
It has a capacity for l,050 per.
i, i 1 in
lor. I !-ig. Gen.
i a 1 i
:. LiSA.iCABlR. and
memocrs ot uasncr s siau iorm
ed a reviewing party of the occa.
Tlie composite honor guard,
composed of elements from the
1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry.
the 764th AAA liattaiion ana
the 73th Army Band, was com.
manded by Capt- John L. Lewis,
B. Company, 1st ? Battle Group,
20th Imantry. A 13-gun salute
honoring General Dasher was fir.
ed by D. Battery, 764th AAA Ua.
talion, commandedi by 1st Lieute.
nant Maurice E. IKennett.
Dasher arrived at Cristobal this
morning aboard the USNS Goe.
thals and following a welcoming
reception on the 1 lAtltantic Side,
eame immediately to iFort Amador
to assume his post The USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB color guard was a part of
thisr morning's initial Welcome 'to
General Dasher; ta the command.
The platoon frtm the 764th
AAA Battalion vbs cbmmanded
by 1st Lt. JameslHarrover; 1st
Lt. Carrolton Colter was in
charge of the plitoon rfom ; the
20th Infantry while the 79th Ar Ar-my
my Ar-my Band was led by CWO Ernest
K.' Hoch.This wai the first of.
ficial ceremony attended by Dash-
l!:c Signs Bill Granting C:iefit$
To ViovK Of Retired US Employes
A bill to Increase annuities of i
Retired Federal employes, includ,.
- ing those of the Canal Zone gov government
ernment government an4 Panama Canal com com-pany,
pany, com-pany, and to grant certain bene,
fits to the widows of retired em.
ployes has been signed by Pres Pres-i
i Pres-i .'.. Eisenhower. f ";x .f';;;;':;v.:;
' ,rd that the President signed
the bill June 25 was received
yesterday by officials of the Pa.
nama Canal Personnel Bureau.
The bill becomes effective Aug. 1.
. The Senate version of the bill
. which the President is believed
s to have signed without change
contains the following provisions:
Section i provides a ten per
cent increase in annuities of re-
i tired Federal employes and their
survivors who did not receive
"-the benefits or amendment made
to the Civil Service retirement
' system in 1956.
. ..', :'
Section 2 provides survivor-an.
nuities for each unremarried wi.
dow or widower of a Federal em
ploye who had ted years or more
of service and died belore ico.
23. 1948. if the survivor was mar-
. ned to the deceased employe at
least five years immediately prior
to death. The survivor annuity
v. ill be one-half -of ..the. annuity
earned by the decedent, but mot
niore than $730 per year.
Section 3 fixs the efiectlvj
date of the'increlse as Aug. 1,
1958, or on the fiist day of the
month in which the application.
for such annuity Is received in
the Civil Serviie Commission,
wnicnever occurs later.
, 'SecAn 4 provias that the In.
eases shall be (aid out of the
Civil fgrvice Retirement and Dis.
ability Fund unti June 30, I960,
after which they will not be paid
unless financed hi appropriations
Li i..e i- ..ov i party for tl.e
honr r guard wiv, in addition to
Ogdon, Lt.Col. Tom A. Arnold,
G4; CoL Walter J. Preston Jr.,
G-i; Col. Louis D. Farnsworth
Jr., G-4; Col. John ,R. Wright
Jr., G-2; Col. Alphonse A. Greene.
chief of Militarx Missions Section
and Col. William E, Eckles, comp.
. A number of social events have
been planned for Dasher and his
lamiiy and on Monday he will
Degin an orientation tour of
usAKUAKia installations and fa
Psjs TcjIs I!y,7 f
Thiy Arc D!,-.!a::;j
Two well known Gnrra TTnni.
tal physicians recently passed their
board examinations sand are now
OlDlOmatS. One on tht AmoHrsn
(Board of Surgery and the other
or me American Board of Radio Radiology.
Theji are Dr. Rogelio A.' Aro4 Aro4-mena,
mena, Aro4-mena, member of j the surgical
service at Goreas. who riiv.ri
his certificate from th A
Board of Surgery and Dr. MyronJ
o. ozczukowski, cma of tne ra radiology
diology radiology service who received his"
certificate from the American
Board of Radiology, i
Aroseniena was born hi Panama
and took his medical education
at Georgetown University Medical
School. He served his internship
at the District of Columbia Gen General
eral General Hospital in Washington and
spent four years at the Mayo
ruunaauon m Kocjiester, Minn, f
. Szczukowsil Is ,a-naUve of Al
pena, Mich., attended the Univer-
sity of Detroit,' the University of
iNortn uaKota, ana tne 5t. Lours.
Missouri, School of Medicine. He
took his internship at G o r g a s
hospital, spent two years in the
Ancon dispensary, and completed
his residency at the Veterans Ad
ministration Hospital in Denver.
l'I'J i 1 5 u.J's i -1 J, .'.
ever, ttie Atlantic side was hum humming
ming humming with construction 1 work
and wartime traffic. ; 3 : ;
There was a stabbing In tha
crowded labor camps neat ly ev every
ery every hour on tha hour, tha Judge
recalls, and many times Crislo.
bal court hearings brought life
on the Atlantic side well above
humdrum level. -,
Brought before him at the
time were, such well-known cases
as the German spy case involv.
ing a group of young men and wo
men employed by the Hamburg Hamburg-America
America Hamburg-America Steamship Line in Cris.
tobal; the case of th Italian of.
ficers on the Conte Biancamano
charged with sabotage; and two
or three gory murders, one of
which concerned a young Ameri American
can American second engineer on a Grace
Line passenger ship.
A native of Manchester,- New
Hampshire, -and a graduate V : of
Harvard, Tatelman little expected
that he would spend more than
34 years in the tropics when, he
arrived here in 1923 as second
mate on the E. W. Scripps yacht,
He Med Panama so well that
JUDGE E.I.P', TATEIMAN
he decided to give up traveling
and got a job as radio operator
and third mate on the Panama
Canal tug U. S. Favorite. '
He was made dock foreman
in Balboa In 1925, and towboat
master in 1924, and was. wall
on his way to a career in the
Marina Bureau whan ha decided
to take up law instead, t
He resigned in 1928, took t a
law degree with honors at Cum.
berland University Law School,
and returned to the Canal Zone,
as an attorney with the law firm
of Van Sicien and Boggs.
Hp was appintcd J'ngislrate in
Cri.iohal on Jut ? 22, and
; J....j j.i t.e Canal's luxury.
fot content with a full day's
schedule as Cristobal Magistrate,
Tatelman has devoted a great ueal
of his spare time to civic activi.
ties including the local Red Cross,
Boy Scout movement, and Canal
Zone, athletics. . ?:''
In addition ; he, is a local- his.
torian of note, an jimateur ar ar-cheologist,
cheologist, ar-cheologist, and one of the best
known of the local stamp collec
For many years Tatelman
was also instrumental in gat.
ting appointments for local
youths in tha U.S. Merchant Mi Mi-rine
rine Mi-rine Academy at Kings Point.
Alter nis retirement, na ex
pects to settle down in a home
he has built in Bradenton, V'orL
da, where he .will devote his
time to fishing, stamp collecting
and enjoying life in general.
He expects to return to the Can
al zone now and then for a visit
since his daughter,' Mrs. James
R. O'Rorke, is residing at Curun.
His son Dick, who also wAs born
and raised in the Canal Zone, is
with the' U. S. Geological Survey
in Denver, Colorado.
House To Get
The Electric Service Co. of Pan.
nama entered an apparent low bid
of $13,295 for the work of Ins
talling a new BOlcycle power ser.
Vice to the Tivoli Guest House.
Bids were opened Friday ; after,
noon in the Administration build,
ing at-Balboa Heights.
Othe bids ranging from $15,- 300
to $16,000 were offered by Wil William
liam William A. Rogers, Luis, R. Sommer
and Bildon Inc.
The work, which" Is part of the
current 60-cycle conversion pro-
gram, consists essentially of con.
struction of new duct lines and
transformer house, installation of
electric calbe and appurtenant
work for 60-cyc'e service to the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest 'House.
' The work should be completed
within about tnree months.
I ILt.a Cw wis
To Transit Ccd
Don't worry if Vou find you are
seeing double this, weekend, or
tripie or even sextuple.
Six absolutely identical boats
are transiting the canal toeether.
The explanation for this apparent
phenomenon is that the six boats
are part of a fleet of new shrimp shrimpers
ers shrimpers being built at Moorhead City.
N.C., and delivered to Salina
Cruz, Mexico, Eieht of the to'al
fleet of 20 have already been de
The boats are all painted in the
colors of the Mexican flag-green.
red and white. Agent; for the
shrimpers is L, K. Cofer.
Mrs. Ralph Osbom
Dies In Florida
- t): t,-:''- "'V.,:' ''',':"' '-I..
News has been received by
friends on the Isthmus of the death
of Mrs. Ralph Osbom, widow of
one of the Panama Canal s first
pilots; Mrs. Osborne" died ;Thurs ;Thurs-day
day ;Thurs-day in Fort Lauderdate, Fla.
A well known resident1 of 1 the
Atlantic side for many years,
Mrs., Osborne was a charter
member of the Cristobal Women's
Club and was active in civic af J
Capt: Osborne died several
years ago and for the past few
years, Mrs. Osborn has been mak.
ing her home in Fort Lauderdale.
Afaiic Sido Pair
leave PC Service
An Atlantic side couple earned
the distinction this month of be.
ing the first husband and wife
team 1o retire simultaneously
from Canal service, within the
memory of local old-timers. :.
They are Mr. and Mr. David
S. Smith, who, between them,
have chalked up nearly 5? yc;irs
of federal service, of which nearly
40 years was with the Car.al rrga-
sfcai.i lucomoiive erai.e oi.i'i.m.i1
at the Industrial Division in Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, has been on the Canal roils
since 1926. -
A native of Aydcn, N. C., he
served several years in both the
U.S; Army and Navy and was
employed with the Canal as. a
chauffeur in 1926. He transfer-1
red to the Fire Division the follow following
ing following year and remainded with
that unit until 1940, when heyas
employed by the v Supply Division
as a foreman. 1
In 1941 he was employed a? a
locomotive crane operator with
the former Municipal Engi leering
Division and has been in that ca ca-bacity
bacity ca-bacity in the Industrial Divinun
. Mrs. Smlh, who was M'1.1reo.
Cotton before her marriage, is a
member .of a well known Canal
Zone famj'y. She was born in Fe.
vere. Mass., and was employed bv
t.h( II. S. Naw at Coco Solo for
several years before joining the
Mechanical Division, now the In.
dustrial Division, in 1949. Sha has
been a clark-stenographer in that
unit, since 1951,
: Mr. and Mrs. Smith will leave
the Isthmus soon and plan to
make their home, in North Caro Caro-lina
lina Caro-lina .- j 'V.
I 'r$a Hcdy Sfev Dies
Aliar Long llines
Mrs.' Hedy Shaw, 'president of
Shaws Inc.; died this morning at
her home in Panama City after
a long illness. She was 5 years
old. ' ' 1
Born in Germany, Mrs. Shaw
had lived in Panama since 1934.
She ;is survived .by .her husband.
John W. Shaw; her son, oan ann.
er, "and her v sister, Kate- Hillin Hillin-berg,
berg, Hillin-berg, who lives in Berlin.
Mrs. Shaw was a member of the
Royal Paint chapter, Order of the
Pactum star., of the Sorootomists
and the Redeemer Lutheran
rhnrch nt Ralhoa.
iwtvinriflV services will be con
ducted Tuesday at the, thurch by
the Rev. Eugene H. uenncr -Mrs.
Shaw's -fami'y has re
ouested that no flowers be sent,
but friends may ; make coutribu.
tions to the Cancer rund. ;
- WASHINGTON;june28(UPIiTheSfateDcp: !-ment
ment !-ment said today that persons claiming to represent tl.:
Cuban rebels have promised to release soon. 10 Ameri Americans
cans Americans and two Canadians kidnaped Thursday night.
The promise was transmitted to State Department
officers in the United States. The Department refused to
identify the officers or say who sent the message to them.
A rebel band led by Raul Castro, brother of th 3
Cuban rebel-leader Fidel Castro, kidnaped American end
Canadian engineers at a mining company project in
Cuba's Oriente province.The.12 men were taken into th's
hills by the rebels. '
The raid was said td be in retaliation for al!:":J
"U.S. aid to the Cuban government."
Informed sources in Cuba said
the rebels told the engineers '"we
are instructed to kidnap all fo foreigners
reigners foreigners working on the Project
because of the help the U.S. Gov.
ernment is giving the Cuban Ar.
The rebels were said to have
added "you will be held in the
hi"s a cnnp'o of days."
tl a ... u j Uuii fcu t vjul a ; S
"Sources in th United States
purporting to represent i the
26th of July movement (Cattro
rebels) have transmitted in.
formation to departmental f
ficers that the man taken by
force during the raid at Moa
-Bay are safe, being well cared
for, and will be released soon."
Tully said he-' could not sur surmise
mise surmise what was meant by the word
"soon." He added that the depart department
ment department believes the information au.
"We consider this to be word
from the rebels," he said.
Tully said the information was
transmitted in a face.to face
meeting between department re representatives
presentatives representatives and the persons
To Give Three
caliming to represent the Cnli;wi
But he would not say ?xar'
where the contact was mark N
would he name persons f..
whom the m.nrmation cme
Meanwhile in Cuba, n iiiin t. 1.
pany nflicials todiiv t.
ed Pcgoli,i',ig v
rehr-ls for the ;
U. S. ambassador Ea.l
warned last night that tin
government "will use
means possible" to get the 1
napad man back. But ha s
the first step was to see t f
the officers of tha Moa Gay
Mining Co. were able to do.
" About 2Q0 heavjly-armed re.
bels swooped down irom liirir
mountain hideouts Thursd:.
night against the mining project
in the first deliberate attack a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst U. Si. citizens in Cuba.
Official reports said the raiders
were led by Castro's brother, Raul.
The 12 men were loaded onto
trucks and driven off under arm
ed escort. 11
The rebels, also took' 19 trucks
and jeeps and looted Supplies of
food and medicine. '.
Women and children at the
c:mp, about two miles irom tna
village of Moa on the north coast,
were not, molested- ,.
. i -:
Rebel sources described the
action as the 'greatest ., rebel
propaganda stunt" since C C-tro'a
tro'a C-tro'a mv kidnaped Argentina
tracing cnampion Jaun Fangie
from a Havana hotel last Feb February.
ruary. February. '' v
i nree lectures will : be given
nert; week in Panama 'and the
Canal Zone bv then minent Rrit.
lSJi gynecologist Prof,
'I.xm.a. Jettcoate, head of the
flepartmeat of obstetrics and cy
necology at Loverpool University.
The medical profession of Pana
ma and the Canal Zone are invit
ed to rattend the lectures.
ine iirsi leerura m no nn
Monday at 8 'p.m. at Gorc3 j -. 1
Memorial Institute, on Avenica1- M tni publicity act, it is
Justo Arosemena, and the subje.it! A very unfortunate one," Smith
is "The Placental Factorsin Toxj'aid. "It can only, boomerang, a a-aemia
aemia a-aemia of Pregnancy." - j I gainst the perpetrators the kid kid-On
On kid-On Wednesday at i 1:30 p.m. naping of Americans has never
Jeff coate will speak on .!. VStress been a profitable gesture.'.
Incontinence of Urine" at the v
But Smith denounced the kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping as a "useless defiant gesture'-
wmle predicting the re release
lease release of the 12 men "reasouabiy
soon.' , ,-
rAMH-- T :
vim yas nuspiiai. x
...Ihe professor has done, origj.wl
Smith said, that the Cuban gov
ernment had assured him It would
i1 lubJcct?, "everything possible to obtain
known to specialise but will add
some unpublished work. .
His last gfcture will ,be on
Thursday at 8 p.m. itt the Uni University
versity University of Panama entitled 'fTho
Doctor And His Patient" and will
be an analysis" of the changes in
the doctor-patient relationship over
the last 25 years and the modern
tendencies towards the specializa specialization
tion specialization of medical services. This lec lecture
ture lecture is sponsored by the Anglo Anglo-Panamanian
Panamanian Anglo-Panamanian Society.
TiofIpe B Nearly Rode
(ltof NotaJ United Press i airliner. There are no windows to I went aboard the tanker "Bravo," I Aeronautics Assn. diei, too. He! The engines rev u
International CD rmasnd
ant Sam Kuciunj was, scheduled
to fly aboard tl Stratotanker
that crashed, kiting 15 men. At
the last minure.ha switched to
another and enlj learned of tha
tragedy whfti pa landed. Ha
paused In shock for a: moment
and thnn d.etatd by telephone
the fuiiowing dijpatch.)
mRIZE N O RT O N, England
(UPI) Most of pe men aboard
of tham. my frids, undoubtedly
never Knew, wttt Happened,
think' lit was a
r isn t like an
look out so you never know where
you are. You dont even know you
are in the air until a crewman
comes down from the cockpit and
says, "Okay to smoke now."
One instant they were alive and
tne next they were dead. And
there was no way, they could see
.The men In the cockpit could
see, of course. But In the compart compartment,
ment, compartment, where I would have at,
the last thing anyone saw was the
quilted 'walls of the fuselage.
. I was supposed to be on that
plane. A last minute switch saved
me.-1 was listed on" the ""Cocoa,"
the tanker that crashed and ex exploded
ploded exploded on takeoff from Westover
Air Force Base, Mass. Instead, I
the .only- newsman on board.
Y "NOW, THEY'RE DEAD" ;
"See you hack here tomorrow'
(he other guys shouted when I
climbed off the air base bus,
alone. Now they're dead.
' On the bua, I had sat next to
Bob Sialey of the Boston Trav.
eler. "I'm getting too old for this
son lot tniog, I remember him
saying. -----' .
Dan Couehlin of, the Associated
Press wag telling how his wife
had worried about the trip. "I bad
quae a uine pacuying a
Now. they're dead.
(Bill Cochrane of the National
would have escaped, except for a
last-minute hunch, lie thought
"Cocoa" would beat the other
planes on the trans-Atlantic speed
'light. As official timekeeper, he
changed his mind about going on
one of the other planes, lie traded
with NAA observer Kenneth Doug Douglas
las Douglas and cbose "Cocoa" to die with
the others. Ken rode with me and
lived. , ,-v
It's hard lor me to retail how
these giant tankers ; take off It
is so uneventful. : You climb into
a compartment lined with padding
like a quut. The only windows
are two tiny ones far in the rear.
The tanker is not bwl; for sight
ud like a hur
ricane, they rev up. k
Only when the crewman comes
back to tell you do you know jou
are 'airborne.V then you -can
We were sitting on top of thou
sands -ol gallons of aviation fuel.
I s assumed. But it didn't bother
anyone. I looked at the fireproof
lining on the walls, crossed my
lingers, ana ngntea up,
For' a while,. I had earphones
tuned la on tne -intercom- system,
and I whiled away the time listen
ing to the crew talking back and
Suddenly,' somebody, turned' off
my earpnones. I know why, now.
They had heard ahnut the erjsh
They didn't want to spare me,
', ina irom men on, everyoody
was awfully polite when they got
b?ck into the cabin. .' i ;'.".,
I was sitting, next to S. Sgt.
Ed Moore, 23, of Charlottesville,
Va.,'the crew-chief. v,.;
He was telling me how he coull
maice a jot more money in civil
ian life, but liked br'ng in .the
ci--i-M:- a i j .,r : -
ouaicjuc nir vommaao
the release of the men, he said
that the officials' of the mining
company already were dealing
with the rebels. -
Succumbs At 77,
'. COWES, Isle of Wight,' June
(UPI) -- Famed English, author
Alfred Noyes, 77, died today.
Noyes, educated at Oxford and
Glasgow Universities and at uni universities
versities universities in the United States,
was famed f6r his poe.ry, essays
and short stories. ,:
' He died in a' hospital in the
Isle of Wight off 'England's south southern
ern southern shore, long his home and iti
setting of so many of his works.
In his most recent work, Nnvr-r
assumed uie roie ot nisionan H
"If it wasn'': for the SAC, :th ell. Ilis book, "The .Acei.sM?
Russians- wp'iii b--e taken over
Later when I had heard ahnut
forth and communicating with the the crash, Ed said to me: "That's "The Accusing Ghosts'
uase uacit in iviassacnusetts. i tne DreaKS.
unos.s set out to clear tne ntf"'
ory-of -SirRogcr1 Cascmmt, i
Irish patriot hanged in 1916 o i
cnarges oi Treason lor uennanv.
lishcd last year.
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est day. lattais an publisHta la the araet receive.
"less try ta kiss the lattars limited ta aaa M9S Wnata,
tdaatity at latt writan it M4 ia strictest eaatidanca
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Sir: J ' 'J
I'm not in accord with the local union's statement that the
Rineie waue Scale Dili wiil Denefit oniy aDOUt live percent 01
r, chnillrl null WSUHK LUC IT U1UU uiwuuusiuF
iidYandet themselves organized in Panama A union jod is
ffnrotect its members, not to beg lot handouts. Some I'd per per-&KfUS
&KfUS per-&KfUS RaS tost their colnmW privUeges, and how
much union protection, did they get then? : S
and the us mav havev their little differences
over sovereignty, but the State Department is iuu percent in
flo MuaLwork ior equal pay, lor Local Raters and US
Mteri alike Testate Departoent -can. afford this viewpoint
u it Is the taxpayers and the shipping companies who will
have to pay f or it, not the State Department. Ask any Gringo
boa where to put this or that, and- he'll tell you to put it any any-where
where any-where or toirow it away, as if only belongs to the government
and he .doesn't care. yj.: ..t :'(.;'i..w.'1';'-'xV'';'.
The Local Rate unions snuuia uv ici.
wash them. They should not forget that. when Local 71i Re Remanded
manded Remanded classlficition, thousands of Local Ratt workers .were
regarded from skilled hands to helpers. Many thereby took a
cut of as much'as 25 cents an hour. ;. i V.
Here's how I see the benefits of the Single Wage Scale
many Jobs as plumbers, electricians and mechanics whicn can
be fuled by skilled Panamanians are at present held by semi semi-kiled
kiled semi-kiled Americana. The State Department knows that these
ceivin the salaries, because the Panama canal has to use con con-"3s
"3s con-"3s ose employes hardly -get the 41-an-hour Federal
SlAtaL wage.; Ifthe unlonsflght through he Janamanlan
government for- Panamanians, to get those Plumbers electri electricians'
cians' electricians' and mechanics' Jobs (and I'm sure that's what testate
Department wants) something like 60 percent of Local Raters
will benefit lrom the Single Wage Scale bill. - .
twmi 'ikiMa-.thst the classification in Such skilled jobs
will be lowered, with' US-Raters having their salaries frozen, as
happened to tne cnauiieur?.; ,
My biggest protest about the Single Wage 8cale Bill Is the
'..liri mi,, onvprnment snd union leaders must De
mand that it be eliminated. Panamanians and other non-LS
citizens have served the Canal organization from construction
days through two world wars and the Korean police action to
Our security record is 100 percent clean here and in the US,.
v,i nr.n( Pinamflnifliis even diea nenuntt ior uncie oara.
Th- Pied Pipor
By ROBERT C. RUARK
Dick Stover of Yale came into
the room, wearing a Gay iNineues
Sweater of yellow and red stripes,
with an enormous, bulky couar,
a sweater that fell sirign.ly over
his hips, nearly to his bullbdog
. "Kiss me," he said.
"Kiss you? 1 don't go around
kissing looioali piayera," 1 saia.
"But I'm your wife," Dick Stov Stover
er Stover said. Ana, sure enougn, o it
was. But after 20 years of vkiJ vkiJ-ded
ded vkiJ-ded SJite, between tne iheep-uog
hairdo and the sweater I would
have sworn it was Kick Suiver
of Yale. Whiitaever it was, it bore
no iaint resemblance to a woman.
I'm telling you, gents, you got
to have a scorecard to sort out
the sexes these days. This new
thing about the sooulder-padded
sweaters makes everybody look
like the latest candidates for a
professional football team. And,
of course, you can't see tne laces
on account of the hair. To add
to the contusion, tney wear slaeits
with the sweaters, so you get that
locker-room ieeling even wnen it
is the woman you love,
For instance, I love a woman
named Nancy deeply, but ever
since she out on her husbanu's
best sweater: backwards, to illus
trate high style, I find my ardor
So she's sot .nice V-back line
her old man is out, of a sweater,
and all the real pearls she owns
ain't going to make it look like
anything but a sweater, on oacK oacK-wards,
wards, oacK-wards, with the sleeves rolled
This Nancy has succumbed to
thA hahr business. : too. and she
looks like she stuck her head in
a Waring Olendor. At the moment,
this product 01 weaitn ana -so-nhistication
looks, betier before
cho rnmh her hair in the mor
ning, because it's neater. And I
can remember when' she roused
more than one vagrant whistle
in the old days when you could tell
tne gins irora ouys.
A nsvehiairist would have
field day at tha moment with the
will to fail tnese, aames are ews ews-This
This ews-This same dolU Nancy.
got .carried away the other night
mil nrnrppried to 1 Bencil in two
two sets of eyebrows, one slanted
up one straight, wow you can i ten
me seriously mat any oroaa eeus
twrt pts of evebrows. even ; on
Hallnwppn. : : v
Why do they do it? Why do the
women s magazines encourage
Ida fuel 10 me
OUT security ei;ura ia "- r.. j aa fni the
homeland? Which country will first know disaster tne mnai f
is attacked? 1 in tne World. a womar?
a riirhtitf tui inrh Pflnfll Dositions as 1 whv Hn thav al!6v themseives
executives, auperlntendents, general foremen and perhaps fore- to be led around by the nose by
"7 v s, v- ;-r. la tunchvof i?sy, boys., who reap.
i '. 1 1 ... . a I evil muscnam v.,
tibns such as sub-foremen an every skUled jov -lot 4 mig ugly? 'yfa'.A
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WASHINGTON A lot of peo. chest inlaid with mo-her of pearL
pie, including Republicans, iuve presen.eu oy Mu;c .,iua &j
been heaping lire and brimstone siiek; a beauti ul orienteal ru2
on the gray nead Oi Shcrn an AU- lrom Prime ; ivl tor emu of
ams for taking an assortment of India;, a set of lacquer 'coUe ta
gills from a nend lrom whom he bies irom uie Vieaine -u j s
did federal favors. isador; some bizarre masks from
However, without shedding too! the Queen of TnaiJana; iiuauH
many icars ior sancumonious neaa lrom the K ns -jf Afghanis.
ouaui, ics uuiv iir io iuok at lan. ana manv n u.rs
Line general iramewum ui wmcn
he operated. Particularly vou have
wuen mxon returned recently
from South Aimrin ha K,,
to look at the great number of 'with him three huge crates "of
gifts received by his boss, the : presents, ie ivereri in snpf.,ai
( h'flCrc f '; MIA
.;,(.. NEA Scrrict, Ine. . 1.
Walter Winchell In fa York
i !rh Panamanians are Qualified should be open to Oringos
and Panamanians alike, with the Job going to the most capaoie
'Reverting to a union's responsibility to protect its members,
nrntep.tlon for Local Rate cashiers. Many
tTmTs tTeyaVe toTayoV
that whover checks the money has the cashier check It too As Jn" w
it-is. the -cashiers know how much cnange put w lA what ..M aro,mA this day.
register, but they know nothing about how mucn tney mane. t( on,y ugly... it,g dulli be.
, '-,.. ... Ginger Know AH
I was id Taris when the sad
sack-was born, and H I ever saw
an inducement to run away from
home and take up with a i'aw
brown bride on a Pacmc aioii.
I would mucn pre
fer tattoos and tribal cicatrices
cause you can't see the woman in in-tilt
tilt in-tilt tha mess of t tuaulin she g
h-d-aheeted herself in, and what-
tvpr nspd to nass for a face is
hidden by. 'he sneep-aog nair
You can t even see uie ugiy
green paint heading to?siae on
tne eye corners, iei aunc i
Wcnl r ahade of voink lipstick,
Noel Coward wrote a une once
hniit wnmcn bei.ne struck1 rcgu
lariv. lik a eone. and the time
"-j .- -., t....
han come tO Str-KC. 1 uon V Wiuy
BROAUWAYr THE STREET ;
Celebs About Town: Zillionaire
Winthrop Rockefeller (usted in
Who's Who as-a farmer) strolling
the Fifth Avenue pasture plus
homburg and cane...Herbert Hoov Hoover
er Hoover (recuperating from surgery) on
a park bench tossing peanuts to
the pigeons ... Terry Moore turn-
ine necks as sne eiris-it into uie
Brill Bide, where sbngWriters gath
er' ... Robert Montgomery holding
onto his straw-kady at .the south
east corner of 57th and 5th ...Jac
kie Cooper telling chums he rpaid
S25 for a Dack-of-ttum. Got caught
tossing the wrapper into the street
instead of .the litter-wicKer fco fco-nhia
nhia fco-nhia Loren hipinotizing -w the El
Morocco wolvesi... Hope Hampton
shopping for white satin cravats,
pifts-for her vayuus Roirens.
Sallies In Ourf Alley: Groucho
Marx: appearing in 'Time for E
lizabeth" at Latfonia Lakes (New
Hampshire) Playhouse, was warn
ed aqout tne Dats mat wing imu
the theater during a performance.
'That's fine said Groucho, "it'll
be like playing, with my brothers
again"..; Chicki James or tne ca cafe
fe cafe de : Paris Eirl dept) was chat
ting with a colyumist..."You ought
to go to H wood, ne yawnea... i
know." chuckled, Chicki, "The
walk'll do me good.'
years when this
raving about.it ... The numerous
orchids attracted the eyes of the
Paul Whitemans, Guy Lombardos,
Wayne Kings and other band headr
liners, who introduced it as 'Win
chell s favorite melody"(..Mr. Par Parish
ish Parish was invited to marry words of
love to Hoagy Carmichael't epic
and made it even more beauti beautiful
ful beautiful ... 'When our love was new--and
each kiss an inspiration."
The Midnight Line: Desilu, rich
est, teevee film producers in Mo Mo-vietown,
vietown, Mo-vietown, didn't lose one program
this year, They sold more pictures
than ever and received higher,
prices .than any competitor. Their
top, rival made a dozen 'pilots'V
none peddled yet. .... variety now
has a special reporter in Kwood
to, 'cover lth scene io the New
York"tranch 'sDon't Invite Dept:
Hugh O'Brian and colyumiss; Rona
Barrett of.,- Photoplay' .. Or. Col.
column started, loaded In the neighborhood tavern
they say you re urunk. But in an
East Side' cocktail lounge" you're
high" ... NBC decided not to cive
its biggest swellhead a show of his
own. Various guest-shots Convinc Convinced
ed Convinced them...Joanne Woodward (20th's
find) got $17& per, week last year
in Summer stock. Now asks $5, $5,-Q00
Q00 $5,-Q00 ... Evan Hunter's 'Strangers
When We Meet1!, is on the Trio's
best-seller list although its critic
didn't review it Dody Goodman
is forgetting her unhappy teevee
adventure in the heart- of Geo.
Marcy of "West Side Story" ;..The
Runyon Cancer Committee thanks
the Princeton U. Campus Fund
Drive for the donation of $2,060.,
The fickle fans now say that the
Los Angeles Dodeers are just play
ing out the skidule. : ..
iThe Big -J Timor
President of the United States,
and his friend, tlje Vice President.
It is not against the law tor
the President to receive gifts
from Americans as long as he
penorms no special favors for
them. But no President in recent
history has received so many
gifts as Eisenhower. .;,
Past Presidents received turkeys
on rnanksgivmg nay lin occa occasional
sional occasional brace o". wild duckr phea phea-sants,
sants, phea-sants, or hams.
And Calvin Coolidge received va.
rious gifts of cowboy boots, hats,
and fishing boots, wnen ne mov moved
ed moved temporarily into my late moth-er-ln-law's
home on Dupont Cir.
cle, while the White House was
being repaired, he had so many
wool socks that my wife swiped
a pair and gave them to. me as
a souvenir. -They
were too small and co'.
lected moths, sand 1 was tempted
to give them back. ,: . A
But no President has received
such a 'fabulous array of gifts as
His Gettysburgh home is virtuaL
ly urnished with gifts, including
a mechanized kitchen presented by
a top electrical manufacturer.
One donor gave 400 nut trees
another 48 Norway spruce trees.
another 50 shrubs, another a put
ting green plus maintenance at
about $1,000 a year. 0 -' v
A total of 55 head of cattle, plus
one pony and one stal'ion have
been gifts; together with a $4000
tractor with FM radio and cigar cigarette
ette cigarette lighter, various farm imple implements,
ments, implements, a corn planter, a disc
harrow,, and a side-delivery rake.
So many gifts have been receive
ed that an extra electric: range
and grill plus a huge walk-in sDr.
age freezer have been stored in
the garage because there i3 no
place for them in the house.
There is no evidence tlyat the
President has performed' any fa fa-vors
vors fa-vors for the donors, though :.'Jhe
most expensive gitfs of all, the
$200,000 cabin and other improve,
ments built at the August golt
course, come from a group of
men who are high up in bs busi business
ness business and most of whne f ms are
fcuvci mucin irufK 10 We JN1X00
Ironically, though Nixon talked
aobut his wife's "Republican cloth
coat" in his famous l'V.broacicast
defending his $18,000 personal ex.
pense fund, Mrs. Nixon now has
a fur piece made o Afghan lamb
Pelts, a gift from the Government
The prohibition against the re.
ceipt o. gifts lrom foreign govern,
ments was placed directly in the
Constitution, which Nixn has
sworn to uphold, because of ihe
fear that American statesmen
might be influenced by fuieiin
favors. ; : ry--
Today, American o'ficial3 are in
juauiuu w uo iar more lor or.
eign-governments than when the
Constitution was written for we
are giving away bil ions annual.'
For Jnstance. the bearl .inlai.l
...... r.v,c,i tg uie 1MAUI1S y
Mme. Chiang Kai-shek' came ia
directly from American taxpayers,
since the Formosan Government
could not exist without American
Likewise Thailand, India, Af?hs.'
nistan, ; Vietnam, all of whom
gave the Nixons lavish gifts, are
hejvy recipients of American aid.
The Nixons have so many orien
tal rugs in their new 22 ro n
house overlooking Rock 1 Cre-k'
Park that they even put them,
outside on the veranda. Each rug
is vaiueu ai over siuoo.-
60 wnen you see old Sherm
squirming over his eifts. vni hava
to remember that he has prece.
aent in very high p'aces. r
INVITE FINN TOURISTS
. LONDON (TJPI) The Soviet
Union has invited tourist agency
o ficia's from Finland, the Scandi Scandinavian
navian Scandinavian countries and Britain t
atiena. msday's formal, opening
i'cw 4,iu-mne nishwav he.
LoS making music magic. Polus
the trumpeting of Maynard Fergu-
Parker (Presley's mgr.) and, Life J son and the piano bass licks of the
i Tk. p.vi'Vinifurip.a.i warfare branch of the Panama Canal
Safety Department has come up with a new powerful weapon
in its war against accidents. It is now innoculating all the em employes
ployes employes with a safety award certificate, and a gold or silver key,
for having stayed safe for a certain number of years.
award lanKeTllver orgold key, and thenceforward you must to-kiss soma babe whose face I
"L to ji record -If you only get the certificate you will can't see, -wh3 wea Jumpy
uvn U( w jry v vvv.. ."j4v.. v.r. rs.r.A Vo nrVian .,.,oof tuhnsfl Charms are C3-
strive hard to attain suvcr y u sw n yi k rvAiy ent. I
you nave your au yews m iVnt that crownine glory bu
The afety award certificate should be framed and hung riei under a chimber pot caUed
where you can see it at least once a uay icu juu m "i nai, eitner.
u ..nv,ninffinat hnt in t.h'A arm that will make vou alert -I t ovh ihe Smitr.ik has excr-
will kecD you from engaging in any sort of strenuous activity, cisea gn evil influence, eagerly
r n anv M nt what, t called work, where you .mhrt hv the Paris boys as a
irdeht Dossibly become one of those dreaded statistics that will gimmick,, since their entire career,
keeD youTdepartment from receiving an award, or yourself from part from selling clothes, is
receivinz the coveted silver key, or the ultimate, the Gold Key. founded on making Vomen Iook
1 it 4-1 a stsiitli
it wilTact as a charm 11 you must really expose yourself to bored with the female sheep-who
worir 1 10110W ine oeuweuiei wvre "v
"'on,,.i mnA rinM vw ara nilinh more effective WOrntlllS e ii niv nii.n'fif' Vnln
way as they are powerful medicine when the .Wearer is exposed d t want t0 piav football. I
to uus acciuenu-proauuuiK umwu em want to Piay post omce.
nected with this hazard will insist that you do not expose your- w v
eelf further, since you have already been Jtmgntea ior your j t XAcf
. ability to escape its consequences, v AtL KeQuy, I O 1 C51
paniea wiU in time decide to send their ships around the Horn I n K IWI-A P rOieCt
than anrianffPr lta Sftfstv record. M 1X1 " 1 Vl W V
: Thnu rwkpt. nnnr.ii nouches Issued to employes by the
cofetw nenortmpnt are vnrv unsafe, it's too easv to orick your
linger on a sharp pencil point.- To be really safe they should
have a Duttoa nap. t
t Safety Department Booster
: Tune Pan Alley Vignette: The
column recently reported that, the
most popular song in 50 years
(Stardust!') included thft prophe prophetic
tic prophetic line 'Leaving me a song that
will not die"..; A newspaper syn
dicate followed that -tip and "sent:
out .a very interesting history a-
bout our second National Anthem
The interview, quoting Mitchell
Parish, author bf that song's beau
tiful, poetry (and, he often fathers
the sonnets in the tower of this col
umn), sayst g 'At first the song
didn't do too much in l93f; But
it started to grow in popularity.
Then Walter Winchell heard it
and loved it. He started plugging
it and he consolidated its populari
ty" ;.. That is not the story...Ac-
cording to the publishers, "Star,
dust," original'y an instrumental
(without words), had been gather
ing dust on the shelves for two
They wanted to shoot Elvis' fur
lough- disc session,- Prker hix'd
it with: 'No bread. No spread'...
The second time he's done it to
that mag Ginger Posers feels
ginger-peechee about rich potent
lawyer John Ada,ms ... Mrs. Sam Sammy
my Sammy .Davis, Jr. is said to be more
beautiful than any of his Cauca
sian admirers n. She says no oiv oiv-orce.
orce. oiv-orce. His pals say:- "Hmmmm."
Big Town1 Vignette: Boh Bar-
bash was a stevedore on tH Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan docks shout 18 months ago
.:j He, yearned to be a ; writer
Don't worry about money or m.'
counselled his 5 wife, write".r.He
shelved the Hocks for his tynewrit tynewrit-er
er tynewrit-er ... His initial effort was an hour-
andra t half nrogrsm which Play Playhouse
house Playhouse 90 purchased .i The follow
ing year our hero sold 18 scriots
to teevee ... He hit the jackpot
with "The Plunderers" bought by
Pamela Woolworth's Dragon Pro
ductions. His first screenplav ...
He goMSS.OOO for it... The 5 film's
budget will be $1,300,000. It eoes
before the cameras soon Writ Writing
ing Writing professors" at Yale, Harvard,
Princeton, etc..J will wince to learn
that Mr. Barbash never finished
Mitchell Ruff Duo ;.. Ray .Ellis
"Let's Get Away From It All'...
Warm Lips and Cold, Cold "Kiss
es" as Carole Bennett recorded it
for Verve. Another Nick and Chi.
Kenny-J. Fred Coots click The
hilarious Bernard Bros, at' the La Latin
tin Latin Quarter ... Richard Cannon's
vocaling at Ben Blue's ... Patti
Page's platter; "Left Right Out of
Broadway Confetti: Robert Q.
Lewis' observation: When you're
The Late Watch: The Sherman
Adams story has everybody in
Washington paying for their own
coffee breaks The Villa Cami
(H'wood) owned by popular Pat
sy D'Amore gets most of the eel
ebs ... Belated congrats to Gloria
Kingsley (whose father Walter J
Kinsley was : the No. 1 publicist
in the Palace days) and her hus
band Lars Skattebol of The As"
elated Press. A baby girl recenMv
... It looks as thoush Deborah
couldn't Kerr les The current
Parade has a piece by Lloyd Shear'
er on Roberta Sherwood. Happy
reading ... David Schine, pres. oi
the Roney Pleasure r (Miami
Beach), the Hotel Ambassador (Los
Angeles) and other hotels, is spend
ing a mint in newspapers to assist
Washington to curb the recession
... Brooklyn version of "A Loaf aJ
Bread, A Jug of Wine and Thou"
"Bagels, Booze and Youse." v.v
A huge chest 1 of si'vrr
service'for 18 was given i:
ident by -Sir Peter. Roberl.3
ter cutler of England.
It is in the-accepting of guts
from foreign governments that
the President and; Vice President
may be in hot water. For not e.
ven a set of postage stamps can
be given the President by a(for a(for-eign
eign a(for-eign government.
President Roosevelt, a.-, stama
collector, used to look longingly
at the stamps sent him by loreign
governmentsr but sent them over
to tht; State Department yault. to
be kept until he left office. : ,;
Mrs. Roosevelt once received an
aquamarine from President Var Vargas
gas Vargas of Brazil,; but, gave it to the
Roosevelt Library at Hyde Park.
When Mrs. jHarry Hopkins re.
ceived a neck'ace from Lord Bea.
verbook, 'therd Was a deluge of
.criticismdespite the fact that
Beaverbrook was a publisher, had
no connection I with Ihe .. British
twecn f l.elsinki 1 and Moscow; Ra.
dio Moscow reported today.
The; highway, which passe
through Leningrad. Novgorod a"d
Kalinin, will enable tourists to
'avcl bjr.cpr froA Finland to the
Caucasus and. the Crimea
In contrast, lice President Nix.
on's home is itudded with gifts
from foreign gc ernments, in flag,
rant violation the first article
of the Constitution. -
The gifts include a teskwood
i i-A national' park Is created:
only by an act of Congress, but
the president may set aside
what is known as a national
monument, A monument isj
Usually a smaller area of land
than a national park, in which'
treasures of historical or geo geological
logical geological interest are protected
from destruction and main,
tained in a natural itate for
study and observation. :
C Brtnnlcs Jr.. Encycloptdls
WASHINGTON (UP!) Tlie
Atomic Energy Commission an announced
nounced announced vesterdat it has complet
ed a special factor jot tesung uie
feasibility ot nuclear space ro
P.. "'. ..... . M ..
The reactor will oe testea m
m-niind exoeriments at Jackass
Flats in Nevada later this year.
Its development was part oi pro
. ji.i iAi.iM.hi t.,M rifiiMiiai I rt Rover, a three-year-old pro-
v ix -,y"r rr'--r.f:1"riv "i .m t h.mp atom e enerw to
u well as Between nations, n is imporwwu una wwuuw v "
mutual respect. oetween, tne nai- rut
I I1R LrSL 1EBI.LU1 ST-JL 1W V Wkr
off the ground but will be used
in static tests only. It was named
thra- mIsm at all times a
viduala concerned, taking Into lull account the just aspirations
of each other.
, TVii tnd tn form a hasls for mutual imderstandinz wmcn Kiwi-A after a
vaii anntViei. Imnnrtant tpnninir stnria t cordial rela-1 hint which Can't flv.
nn.v.in tt im virtnallv imnmuiril t rn-evixt, amicably with an I Tha AEC Diana a multimillion-
other where there is ever present an insidious mistrust orr the dollar test program at the .Neva-
'part of one, and a conaescenoing or mereiy toierani amiuae aa proving grounos uua jci,
on tne part or ine ow.cz.
TTn4,in,lv tViBia mrln1n1c Vio not. at. all times rnar
acterized the paradoxical relationship between Panama and the DAMASCUS, U.A.R., (UPI)
TTifaj etatM Mnrt.h Amrla anH hava hen. the salient I
points of friction In their daily intercourse. An official spokesman charged
rrnn nftjn tha almoRt-sacrert tenet embodied and conveved here yesterday that Israeli patrols
In the famous Gettysburgh address of Abraham Lincoln One staged an attack on. the Syrian
of mankind's greatest beenfactors that "Each man is created border, Wednesday in a ease of
.i la antitiefi tn Artain inaHpnaW( riehts trt life, liberty. "srmd serression" against the
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'.no- waimrinriniiRHPss that has nrmatH verv nhase of Panama- the heln of Lebanese authorities
t! s. reiat-onshtn to date. I and at the direction of certain
An Observer foreign quarters.'
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CKICOPEE FALLS, Mass.-
Kazimierz Machowski,. on whose
farm an Air force plane crashed
killing nine Air Force men and
six newsmen: - .
"Parts of the plane were every.
where. It was the most awful
thine I ever saw and I hote I
never see anything, like it again.
' A GROUf OF CANAL ZONE SCOUTS last week toured the uj
tour, under the guidance of Hiram Searcy, scout Advisor, and Capt.
trip, ppinted toward vocational education and guidance. Here the
the Signal Maintenance Supply shop. 'The boys from. left to right
Williams; Cub Scout of Den 4, Balboa, Orval Searcy;1 and Curtiss
cehter, iear,'is Searcy who in addition to being Scout Advisor, is the
is John A.: Searcy, grandfather of the boys and a resident of Fort
S. Army Caribbean Signal Depot installations at Madden Wye. The
Henry G Smart, commander of the Signal depot, was part of a field
group h shown the working fundamentals of milling machine in
are, Explorer Scouts of Troop 20 Balboa, John Wise and Michael
Searcy, a Boy Scout of Troop, 20, standing at the machine. At the
father of the. Searcy boys, and in light hat and shirt, partly, hidden
Worth, Texas, who is in the Canal Zone on an extended visit, '' ,' '-;
" (U.S. Army Photo) 7
' UPON RECEIVING the Boy Scouts of America National Camping Awajd for Canal Zone Troop
5 Lt Gov Hugh M Arnold present sthe certificate to Robert H. Stewart, Scoutmaster. The
' presentation took place at a farewell dinner given by Boy Scout Troop 5 and Explorer Scout
Post 5 at the cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon to honor the Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Arnold wno will
leave the Isthmus next month. Arnold is the charter chairman of the Boy Scout Troop 5
COlTUTlltteB TO earn Me lttLluiioi i4XiUjjiiK f w cvi u jwhu ji inuic ui wiu w uup iiicmuci
fihio at tbe beginning of the charter year must have at least ten days and nights of campings
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NEWARK1 (UPI)-An honor
-t,im.n Emitted last mght that
Kce property sa es of a5l m oat
$27,000, Ihis ending one thS mort
T...I :... nn mvstpnes in iew
Yro Police Department annals.
Tbdti H Jackson, 35
" .r .... .jm;no thn tneits
Shortly before midnight after 10
hours of intensive questioning by
: T 4h rlonartment S top
brass. He-was charged with grand
larceny. ;. .j , s
Tnv.nr Vin wn a com men
v dation- in 1955 for disarming and
arresting four robbers, told his
questioners he spent almost ?1,0W
nf th niirred funds on redecorat.
ing his Harlem apartment,- where
he lived alone. Some of tne mon.
ey went for several $150 suits and
several pair of $28 shoes, hs was
1 Authorities hinted that Jackson,
a member of the force sine? June
1953,' also spent a considerable
mount.:-, on ; an unidentified .girl
friend Married and the father of
two children, he has been es.
tranged from his wife the lat 10
years, authorities said.
After .confessing,' Jackson led
Investigators to a friend's apart-
; ment and a metal box containing
$13,443,, representing approximate,
ly half of the stolen funds, Jack.
ison insisted; however, that nei neither
ther neither the friend nor anyone else
knew what the box contained.- ;
pie on Mrs. Vermel nuason s
kitchen stove was rtally loaded.
Police, raiding herj home, i dug
through the crust and found a bot
tle of whisky. Mrs. Hudson pro
tested in court Wednesday that
she did not know vtio threw in
this extra ingredient! The judge,
believing she did it herself, fined
THREE ARABS WOIND.ED
FRIBOURG, SwKtrland (UPI)
Marcel Peiry, 26,
fenced to five years!
theft, will get a new
he charged one of (he judges at
his first trial slept
proceedings and wa
to pronounce a verbct,
REBEL LEADER CONVICTED
ALGIERS (UPI) Handsome
rebel leader Yacef Saadi, pau-
tured in the Cabah with his
mistress last Sept. 24. was con
victed yesterday : of seven bomb
and gun attacks and condemned
to tne guillotine. His alleged ac
complice Hamadl Amar also was
sentenced to death. Saadi, 30. an
ex-baker, had been convicted and
sentenced U death m absentia be
fore his capture but under French
law he bad to be retired in per
king to meet. Cabinet
two Israeli Tots!
TEL AVTV. Tsrael YTTPV
Vael; charged yesterday that Jord,
anina innir,rar,nr Kinnanpn twn
raeli children from the beach at
Eilat in the gulf of Aqaba Thurs
Police aali) a hnv nrt '' oirl
were- af-ill in their bathing suits
when they disappeared.
An armv nnlrimsii Tunnftnif
that Investigators found tracks ta-
aicating they had. been dragged
along the ground to th fiearby
Jordan border, one of the kidnap
ers wore hob-nailed boots,! he said
PORTLAND. Maine Vice Pres
ident Nixon, saving he doesn't
think the Adams issue will be a
decisive thing in the November
"I have found from past experi
ence that you can never predict
in June what the issua will be in
WASHINGTON Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles, telling
a congressional committee that
the American way of life was in
greater jeopardy from the cold
war than from hot war:
. "I think we would win a hot
war and I do not know if we will
win this cold, war or not; depends
on whether we have an adequate
WASHINGTON 1 Chairman
Oren Hams (D-Ark.), ciuirman
of the House Influence Investi.
gating Subcommittee, on the
cross-examination of John' Fox
about Fox's : accusations aeainst
Sherman Adams: 1
"We want the truth the facts
and only that. It is our; duty to
protect; as well as expose: he
To Vdich Invasion
' PNOM PENH,' Cambodia (UPI")
The National Assembly today
sent out a call nor foreign ob
servers to 'witness an alleged arm
ed invasion Into Nortneast .Cam'
bodia by South Viet Nam.
Cambodia's King Norodom Sura
marit said Wednesday that sev several
eral several South Vietnamese infantry
regiments had seized a stretch of
Cambodian territory ajong tne dis
puted border. (South Viet Nam
denied the charge. It blamed all
border incidents in the Stung
Treng province on the CambO'
; The assembiy also asked Prince
Sibhanouk to assume the premier
shin : from outgoing Premier Sm
Var on grounds only he could
cone with the border situation.
The resolution calling for for
'eien observers in the border
gion will be sent to nil the major
powers of the world, ? the United
Nations-' secretariat and to the
U.N. Secutiry Council.
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TRIAL BRUSSELS UPI) The new
Social-Christian cabinet of Prime
who was sen- Minister Gaston Eyskens was
in prison for sworn in yesterday by King Bafc
trial because douin in a brief ceremony her?
Evskens told newsmen afterward
through the he would present his government
not qualified to Parliament next Tuesday fjr
The famous dwarf bullfighters,' who have been giving successful
performances In La Macarena, are shown here tasting large
bottles of Coca-Cola In a recent visit to the Panama Coca-Cola
Bottling Company Ino. The Coca-Cola of Panama will sponsored
the bullfight of this coming Sunday afternoon which will take
place in La Macarena. This Bullfight is, dedicated to the
children of Panama who will receive prizes and gifts The
i : price for children and adults will be 50 cents. Advt.
'he Paris and Accessory Department; of
THE AUTO SERVICE, "W.
WILL BE MOVED TO
CZECH AGENT SENTENCED
KOTLSRUHE. Germany (tin)
! -s The West German- Supreme
' Court .yesterday sentenced Czech'
secret- : service agenv muusiavi
' Zarko to four years at hard labor
for espionage and attempted kid kidnaping.
naping. kidnaping. Zarko, 37, who allegedly!
earned- out spying missions fori
the Czechs from 1955 to. 1957 in
West Germany, was accused spH
"""'cUically bf relaying secret in-r-
malinn v on .NATO bases to the
Czechs 1 and of trying- to kidnap!
thrcp rjerh-'mfmees.. and return;
OA. ISTMENA DE AJJTO SERV1CIO, S. A.
CATXE LUIS F. CLEMENT
Exlenftm of Frangipani Alongside Stadium
Telephone No., 2-1870
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No other drink satisfies more than a
fine Scotch ; and in White Horse,
. Scotch Whisky reaches r
f pure perfection.
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Grand clearance sale
of FABRICS and
iii;:Sf ore :v
. We don't advertise. our prices
Come and examine our show windows
Ii vow. ot surprised at the
I' -;-: rKKr we have. ; ; '.
them in Communist, control. I
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MR. AND MRS. ANDREW KOZAR
art JOAN MACKENZIE AND MR. ANDREW KOZAR
ErIEDIJ I Sli MARGARETS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
; Miss Join MacKenaie. daughter of Mr. and Mn. lorinf
T MacKenaie of Cristobal, became the bride of Mr. Andrew
Koiir B Maybeury, W. V, .at 8t. Marfaret'f Episcopal
SSS' W H. M
'end the Ret. 1. K. Renew.
Given tar marfiage- by her la lather,
ther, lather, the bride wore a gown of
Allusion and Chantllly over slip slipper
per slipper satin lashloned with a scoop
neckline, a chapel tralrr aftd a
hnriirn pmhroidered with seed
bearls and sequins. Her finger-lipjveil-of
illusion was held in
blaee by a crown embroidered
BOARD; Show business insiders
are still gabbing about the Copa Copa-cabana's
cabana's Copa-cabana's most glitteringly star star-studded
studded star-studded night in -months, when
Frank Sinatra, William Holden,
Mr.. Helena Orton de CarlisleJMontgome C
Pr, and.Misi eanara Moua o .a t0 catch .Ella
Sfiff gr &T. Fitzgerald'lict-and the strange
t.itn. wtsnective v. Both wore v. fnr.
h;T.Vatching their dresses and L.EllVtoaVct Quests
cameo pinKioBuuS f audiencei but when
Mr. a. (hcou 8 smatra requested "Moonlight in
hit. mn; Ushers- were Messrs. e5"";r--j v,i. mAM
JShn Llngwood of Brazos Helghteive
and Mr. C. O..-Judge of Coc Vic Damone and JoW-
solo, tm organs nj MithJi ko were permitted
man filade. . "t the act but when
The bride is a graauaie w wis- cun (a'good friend
tobal High School and her hus- KfS ln import-
band graduated, from Elkhorn Ktrt wme wCPo-
High School in Elkhorn, W. Va. W X Elected T from the
Heta now a member of the Ca- -hAd.5Mrio5 fin-
nal Zone police force, v
Got. and Mrs. Potter Honor
Lt. Got. nd Mrs. Atnon- j k.,""; their troubles. She's
?7: L"fr "im ST wWrtMTWi mysterious leg
oi we-iiTvu wn "y Ua t.h United states is sena
evening. v . : Carson McCullen ahd WU
' j Ham Inge to Russia as represen
Ingaiement Announced tatlve American playrights, ig
MISS ManenB UUA auu mi. i ui .ithnnaH nn nn
Fisher Ames announcea meir en- h -niovs ereater lite
gagement last mgni aii I pany 8tature. He may dramatize
given by Mr. and Mr& -Woodrtw SK'h i a anointment by moving
W' Kel t nv u l?h thP i? s hi typewriter to Mexico, .The
home. Miss Lux is. with the U. S. tK '...i- fPf(m the nev Carv
Embassy in Panama and Mr. Grant.InBrld Bergman flicker,
Ames u empioyea oy ws v. ..Indiscreet" (by Sammy Cahn
Army at Fort Amador. The i wed- d j, van Heusen)' is remi-
f. tt'rhun ncen but terrlbly pretty. Ask
at the Balboa union Church. th b d t E1 Morocco to play
it. Previewers say the picture- ii
m" SSTEwSfc E. Tr0ut hip nd darling, too,
?LWr.SSn$JZ BSSJS f th report that Betty Hut.
wiicit mw wutu,
on June 18 at Goreas. The mat
ernal grandparents are Mr. ana
Mrs. w. J. Hatchett of Balboa
and tha naternal eranamotner is
Mrs. Kathleen Trotat of Curundu.
together all the time and ap appeared
peared appeared blissful.
Locals who recall the Ebony
Club, once one of Broadway's
liveliest cafes; will be interested
to learn that the former owner,
Al Martin, is returning to the
night club scene with a Jazs
bistro on 129th St. It will be can caned
ed caned "The Offbeat," and he plans
to feature far-out music and
good food. ..Fashion note: Gloria
Vanderbilt Lumet has had her
dresses shortened to ABOVE THE
KNEE. .-.- .---
. ly CSWALD JACCSY
Written for NA Service
Yvonne De Carlo would like to
land the Marlene Dietrich role
in David Merrick's Broadway
musical version of "Destry Rides
Again"... Elizabeth Taylor has
scneouied another -visit to the
Tucson. Ariz., ranch of Arthur
Loew's family. Her last stay
mere ma ner so much good...
Zsa Zsa isn't the only belle who
geu chinchilla presents. Mareue
rite Belafonte is wearing a chin
chllla Jacket ($5,000 worth, they
say) irom Ban mnclsco ad
ton intends to establish resi
dence in Las Vegas and seen
a divorce from Alan Livings Livings-ton
ton Livings-ton is putting to New Yorkers.
While ihe was here working
at tho Cafe de Paris they were
with seed pearls and sequins. She
carried white tea roses.
! The matron oi nonor ana sis
ter of the bride, Mrs. Elizabeth
M. Reichard came from Puerto
Rico for the wedding. She wora
a gown, of coral peati de sole,
fashioned empire style(and trim trimmed
med trimmed with chiffon.
, Serving as .bridesmaids wera
The Fort Gulllck NCO Wives
riitnv Rnr.rnt Meetinr
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The Ft. ouuck wives neiu
trio to Bogota, Colombia.
The ciuo extenaea a warm
:?t uti;s ol :
there regular monthly meeting welcome, to several new members
recently in the ballroom of the MesdamesOpal Smith, .Barbara
NCO open mess, me nigruigni oi crown, juyma ijavuic, ttwj '-the
the '-the meeting consisted of two quest, and Eva Balcazar. Three
speeches .delivered by Msgt. is. guests were Mesaames iom
J. Berger, and Sgt. R. J. Schaller. wis, Josephine Orslnl, and Shir Shir-Mrs.
Mrs. Shir-Mrs. Birdie Shepherd won the ley Hatchell. v
white elephant", a poiisnea xne regular memuers "ii."'."
brass bell that Vivian Ralph ing were Mesaames .aie xvjmp,
brought, back from her recent Nyrj.'i.f'.V'&.S
j Webster, Audrey Barsi, ,t Sylvia
Brittle, Beverly Rooerson, Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia Craig, Loraltte Dustin, Ruth
Criss, Catherine Schilling, Marty:
Sarunaers. irancisi wnoerv, nij
Foster; Florence -Latham; -Helen
Murdock, Virgin! ; Stadeiman,
Irene place, Lyinne Simpson,
Louise Wilcox, Vola Hirne, Ter-
S Trask, wester arwey, na
Songwriter Mack Gordon, au
thor of so many hits, is making
the July's scene these nights
wearing a snappy toupe and es
corting a chick who looks about
19... The borscht circuit hotels
are completey sod out for the
month of July,' and they credit
the new trotting track opening
in Montlcello. The proprietors
say there's nothing jike a little
"action" to draw the customers,
- Toshiko, the Japanese jazs
pianist at the Hickory House,
will appear as guests soloist
with Arthur Fieldlef's Boston
Fops Orchestra on July 4th ...
Helen Hayes and Joan Craw-,
ford sat practically opposite
each other at lunch at II the
other day without, a sign of
recognition passing between
them, which struck onlookers
as odd unless both ladies
are nearsighted. They were
' friends years ago. ...
- A famed playwright who went
to Hollywood to conduct a script
fell so in love with a minor ac
tress he hasn t been able to write
a scene. .Hipsters should be able
to get the word from a new saxo saxophonist
phonist saxophonist out of St. Louis. He toots
unaer me name oi ihck vnmary
(Somebody should introduce him
to Ben Webster.)
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WASHINGTON (UFI) Spring
blooms eternal once more unrt-T
the white-thatched locks of 79-year-old
Rep- I'sher Burdick. His
cre.tv youne vne iaia looay sne
is coming home to stay.
Mrs. Jean Rodsers EurcncK, 3U,
said she loves her husband and
wints to end the separation punc
tuated by Burdick I annulment
D:cl:r Gives Tips
To n!a CcHiiwtrs
- 5AIV Kyru was oing to drop my suit against
doctor who is counseling a bride. hj
to-be should imd out, ngnt ou, u :
she is pregnant, Dr Paul Schol Burdlck : hfld ,nnouBce1
len OI oa I rautiswu,
told the American Medical Assn.
uit on grounds their May and
December marriage was never
The love-liqht returned to her
eyes when she learned that the
colorful Remihlkar. House mem -her
from. North Pakoli had fallen
down a 'flight of stairs and was
recoverin? from bck injuries in
the solitude of his home.
She said she would drop her
suit for $400 s month separate
maintenance and return home s
oon as they can untangle the
le.eal red tane of their suits.
"I love Usher and I'm goin
back tn him a soon as I can."
said Mrs. Burdick the concuss
man's former secretary, "As s on
a I found out ht.t he had an
other fU, I made ur mv mind I
HARD LUCK JOE'S no trump
overcall wai exemplary and while
be only held 16 points his three
ten spots were lull justification for
his game bid.
west led the six of hearts.' Joe
played small from the- dummy
ana Dinneiy siappea uie ace oi
hearts on East's king. He next
laid down the king cm clubs. East
tnnlr th ica immjHifltlu and n.
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turnea tne iiveoi nesrts. Joe piay ny wee v..v
Scholten a'so urged the physi physi-dsns
dsns physi-dsns to remember that u torn 10
to 25 per cent of sll brides"-are
already pregnant at the time of
marriage. v' -' l'.
And. be said, about half of them
have had some sex experience.
Highlights of Scholten's talk:
Modern weddings,. with their re.
hearsals, showers and other pre.
liminaries, have Become almost a
harbarlc rite. V-
The bride-to-be might retain her
ed low and West had no trouble
about playing the eight.
'Now all East had to do was to
grab his : ace of spades the first'
time the suit was led. and give
his' partner three heart tricks to
set Joe one trick.
- "What a lead," yelled Joe. "No "No-thing
thing "No-thing like a re-entry and he still
leads, his own suit 7 : t : h
'What a play," moaned North.
"Another game out the window!"
Do you see where Joe went
wrong? He should have let East
hold the first trick. This would
have cost Joe one heart trick out
it would have cost East and West
two heart tricks and Joe would
have made game and rubber.
East had opened the bidding.
lie needed both aces tor his open
ing bid so that West could have
no entry to his hand. Joe would
duck the second heart lead also
and then the defense could have
done anything they wanted to but
joe wouia nave nao time to
establish both black suits,
dern Diamond Jim Brady, They
recall that anyone -who went
near him in a restaurant was apt
to get a $25 tip, and he'a report reported
ed reported to have given a practically
unknown linger $1,000 because
f Bernard Ooldfine, central fig figure
ure figure in -the recent ; Sherman
Adams cause celebre, 'used tar be
era, wmrTcsrae -fMn-r w. Noria -r .nli.
ly 90 minutes away! )( fOj
." 'if' ;
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spend any one, of your honeymoons in
toloiful, e'snti( Costa. Pica.
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You. South, hold:
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What do you do?
ABid Ave diamonds. Crowd
the bidding against the opjw opjw-aents.
' TODAY'S Qi;isnof v
- The bidding continues with
Ave hearts by West, six diamonds
by your partner and seven spades
by East. What do you do now?
wedding if given tranquiluing
Brides have a right to retain
some privacy, especially when it
pertains to their daintiness and
personal care, but tney snou a ais.
cuss sex matters freely with their
grooms. . -y-"i ,-;v;
ewiyweas- snouia uaaeritana
that so far' as mating is- con.
cerned, there is "no absolute lino
of normslity end abnormality." It
is normal to do anyuiing tnat mu.
tually : satisfies both parties, he
said. .v':-v,..,V.y:-lv ,;.-:-.- --,v,r-Scholten
told the doctors that
sex counseling is their job, rather
than the responsibility of a social
worker, clergyman .or any1 other
his sick vhed that he was with
drawing hi suit, for annulment of
thpir marriage, which took place
"She can, come back anytime
,hP w,nt to." he said. "I think
,he'd be back everybody would
iev u alone.
Mrs. BuHick's suit had claimed
she was ejected from her hus hus-band'i
band'i hus-band'i home but he said that wal
not the case. -.;
"She thought I didn't want her
but she was mistaken about that"
th wealthy rancher said.
Mrs. Burdirk said a lesral tan
gle still blocked their return to
marital bliss but that she coes to
his irii'f every dav "to make sure
he is taken care of." ;
She said Burdick writes her
f,ive-year-old son iy a previoui
marriage every day and sent him
a suit oo his birthday The notes"
are signed .."daddy,"!' he. said,.
Usher has only a, couple ot
friends that love him,'- she x
olained. 'I'm first because I'm
his wife, I've been taking care o
him- and I'm going to keep on do doing
ing doing it. I love to help him and I
love him." .:-y':
ADVOCATIS FOREIGN MISSION
, BOSTON, Mass. (UPD- lA mis missionary
sionary missionary official Wednesday niitht
urged American members of the
United Church of Christ fo give
greater support to the expansion
oi toreign missions, miss Mar
garet B. (Blemker of Boston, ec
retary for Europe 'and the Nenr
fiast ot the American. Boaro. ni
Commissioners for Foreign Mis
sions told delegates to the bien
nial meeting of the General Coun Coun-ril
ril Coun-ril of thjCon"reratipnal Chri:!;:n
ChurchesTthatt tue '. hpp, or the
modern world is in developing
thinking, feeling, believing men
who can, understand world prob problems
lems problems and make decisions fjr
themselves.'"- -:: ---f-'
RITURNS FROM CRUISI
LISBON (UPI) Don Juan,"
Brtndcr t.n thu Spanish thrnn.
returned here yesterday aboard hit1
yacht Saltillo at the end of a
trans.Atlantic sai'ing cruise. H
visited New York, the Bermudas,
Puerto' Rico and other islands in
the West Indies.
Ilia ill AII 4ft i
A BRIEFS' 8-2i FM3n
GAS TANK EXPLODES
I WETZLAR. Crtmanv. (WD
a giani gas ianic expiouea at u.t
Rochling steel works here 'ys rr.
day. Sixteen men were injured.
The explosion, apparently caufd
by welders' torches, set the
plant' forge shop, on fir.
he liked the lad's style.. .Don't
argue with the bartender at the
new Envoy restaurant on E. 41st
St. He used to be a professional
boxer, Kid O'Ryan. ... ,'....
Vlckl Benet, a French alnger,
is the cutle who Waits for Merv
Griffin while he rehearses his
new TV ihow. .Lance Reventlow
has comnetition in his "courtship
of starlet Jill St. John. Ronnie
Burns is after her, too. .Marilyn
Monroe's new beauty secret; che
relaxes heels above head on one
of those slanted boards.
Brieitte Bardot is understand
ablv furious -with Jean Oabin.
the old French" screen star, who
recently finished a movie with
her but lost no time in conncting
to Paris reDorters: "I am glad I
saw the beat days oi 111ms wnen
there were good French actres
ses. Who's come along in the last
15 vears? Nobody. The tops are
still Michelle Morgan and Da
nielle Darrieux. Oh, yes, tnere s
Martlne Carol, top, but nobody
. Ewol rsrK TM and eo'bohyoi .
INSTANT-IASY 10 MMtl Just a turn
of the cold water faucet, and en enjoy
joy enjoy full strength Iced tea, in8tantlyv
No tea' bag mess I No water to boil
UfUSHINQ, fVLL STRENGTH HAVOR.
Nestea bursts with delicious pure
tverytime. Always clear never
cloudy 1 Enjoy iced Kestea :
CRADUATCN IS MOTHER'S DAY, TOO Mrs. Nancy.
Hay ward Robinson, ox Jupiter, FU., rehearses with son Charles t.
H. Robinson IS, for their dual-graduation from high school.
She carried I full course in her roles as student and mother
during her final year of high school and maintained standing
as an honorstudent. Her previous years of high school worlc
were taken t Milford,Del..' ,
CoovrliM 1957. Tht Ntttll Company, In.
It i aomtimi hard for a hos
tess who has served drinks before
a buffet suoDer to Set her guests
to the table. So if she tells you
there i. food on the buffe; tabic,
take the hint and move toward
th dining room.
Toad can grow cold while guests
linger over a drink or conversa
tion after it is ready. v
HELD, IN .SLASHING
HARIANNA,' Fla (UPI)--A pair
of Negro teen-agers wno escaped
from the Florida School for Boys
faced' pos'si'jle criminal chaises
wile with a kilcheu knife.' Police
aid the victiiv Mrs. M. W. Cars-
surprised the yum", aged 13 r.nd
lfi, in her iichen Wednesday. One
of them cut her on the anjis ap.d
NE, Janet LEIGH, AIR FORCE, Stqr in
Tomorrow and Monday at tht "Drivt-ln": Theatre.
a horse in
ne rides a jet plane as smoothly as he does
toward Hughes JET flLOi", spectacular
ama or the modern air age, coming minor-
row and Motay at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, In weekend
release. UoUlei Shannon, or the U.s.A.f. proves are umi
"the rugged ft is one of the most versatile actors on the
screen, despl the fact that he has been more closely aso aso-ciated
ciated aso-ciated with esterns that any other type of film
In "JFlflLOT", an KKO production. V'-yne shares
with Janet Irish and the U.S. Air Force.
:. i"::::c,r; an r
"nt rn.r m ::.:: i
C. c'i cf C.t.t
JltPIA: C "1. Ba-'v-s Re 1
t ..v.m Sunday W.vt) aJU. 11:00
l.m p i.t.
Cs''"'"'!.) Amrlcii Lon Hi
. a .. ,u II. J . 11 I I
gib w-: houM J
. auuiuk ;
. 1UJKI MB.
, 0hi inviiaUaO
' COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCal
all MM r7
' Drawar 3t
Edmund fctaUwo.Ul Putof
Sunday School j:
ioui Worship :3U
Tranu a -ag
; Each month. ..'"
ViuU iu Monday
cn Month .....
riRST BAPT1S1 CHURCH
Balboa Halghta. C.Z.
627 Ancori Boulavard
Drawer "B' Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727 v
V.'. WUUam H. by. Pastel v
Sundaj School .'.. i:30 am
Morning Worship .......... 10 :45 a.ro
Evanaelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday., pm.
hi tx e dikia Ainrf ITiura-
, riav. W tJfc
Men's Brotherhood (Laat
Monday In month) ..... I v pj
riP'T BAPTIST CPllBCH
MargariU Avenue at u Straal
Margarita, Canal tone
Ray; Kendall C Ifarker, P
ttuiiaa, Scnool '"
l.orning Worahip .0O a.m
EjDtt frairung Union...... J J P"
tveiiln Worship J:5 p.m.
Brotherhood. Tuesdayt I;W p.m.
Prayer fiervires, Wedniwdaya J .00 pm.
W M.U.- lat & 8rd Itulayi -,.-.
Q A., K.A.. St Suubeaina,.' -- 1
frldava 8 30 ,,n
PANAMA CITY '. V ; :
Maiw & Mrs.' W. Bishop
jS'ifhinary Street, Phorii; JS-20054 ;
Hniineas Resting ...
3 00 Smidsy School
7.30 Salvation Meeting
PABAISO, C.Z. (" :
Envoy Jk Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Uulana Street ..
,11:00 Holiness Meeting
' J :00 Sunday School v
7.30 Salvation Meeting
1 COLON CENTRAL
Sr, Captain 4c Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting v v-'
' v-' J 00 Stinrlsy School
' 7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIBD STREET -Sr.
Captain S. Tavlor
... 11:00 Holinesl Meeting : v..
3,00 Sunday School j
T SO Snlvstlon Meeting r
-RAINBOW CITY, CZ. -Envoy
3 00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
"Th!BeV. Osear W. 01sen,.Paitet
Bslbo Road at 8n PabloiStreet
V Phone J-14N tnurcn uura
3o a.m. Church School fret bus
garvice, Claaieifor H lt
10:30 a.m. Worship Servico The
Expanded Session forNursery. Kinder Kinder-iarten
iarten Kinder-iarten and Primary Depta. Church
P" .t .diiHren under 1 vra.
1 4 OO p m. Junior H.gh Fellowship
Post Hfih Fellowship.
f;uo p.m. Kjwi.iw. ...,-
l m. Blakely Minister
T-leprione, a-,ma .j mthl
Church School, Witll AdUW
' Ser'vl ? o'Wor,hlp. 110.
Vouth Fellowship. I:4S.
' ?Mw"tIAA, Md Uollvar Hwy
Rev, Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
'phones: Office. 1-2843. Reo. -U
",9"Sya.m"chwch School. Bu jervid.
11:00 am. Mommsj
Nrnrerv for infanU and email ehll
. 5rtw p.m.: Jimlor Jeilowlp.
A eomnlrte schedule of auxiliary ao ao-a
a ao-a eorai"i ...i nn as an-
tlvltiea ana """.L"
nounced from week to weet.
' CReWalV: M. Alderon. Pa-tor
Of : 8-470 R
9-30 a.m. Sunday SpJhioi.
10'0 a.m. Wnrnmf
Official meetlnsK and week-day etl
vnis as piiiiuuiii-sM ..
Cfcwt! of h say !.:. io the. (.tful 2j4, nj I' ti,xi..rial I f
ttiit-i si.k in wri!:f tf Y'timiti oo Ct the lljt of ny chHs
far the coming Siluio.y church pif
Mlnii'', church aecretsnci 4 cHipUim rt tiki' lo infernt thi
ef finima snd Celon, Republic of Panama, oitend o areScemi a til
times to men and women of the arrnad services, and to civilian oaigii oaigii-fcort,
fcort, oaigii-fcort, frirnda and Itrangers.
At a public service, The Panama Americas list kslow, by deaemU
Bitions. notices of hours of worship anal other rogglai activities,
Listings are rotated from tim e rime, Ceneminitiens having only
ONor two congrefitiem aro lists' oodos "Olhtt Churches 4 ffrvicat."
A ipeciil lilting hi included for services at Army petti, Alt Fore kliil
and Naval stations. ,
ST. U4Kr tHl!KCH-Ba!a
Simdar juamex: t.Wk 10-ui and
w i i a.m
rioiy Day Maaaeai l, 1:00. 11 M .m
and 5 l0 B.m.
CoiifMninnai Saturday. 1:30 o
and 7 id to 00 m Thursday, reiort
lirtt rriaayi i vv to :uu P-m.
Miracuioue wedai novenai i.vg mm
Cai'mii laaai aner Uie l;w boms
on Miminy, ...
HlKft School Study VIUB 140 DA. Ml
' SACKED HKABT Aneea
Sunday Maweas S ia, 7 JO di :30 a.m.
Holy Day oiawem li a.m. an J iM
tonleisforui Saturday :30 to :U0 an
M t W D m. Thunday fcaiore Pint
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Pevotlena! 1SX) p acff oa
catechJim Clats: 1:11 to :u wai
OVB LDY OP MTlMA-CurodB
Sunday Masa at t:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam at 1:30 p.m.
ConiaMionai 1:00 to 1:41 pja. oa Sat.
catecniam Clamt Saturday 1:30 U Ul
Sunday Masaae at 1:00 and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Man at :00 p as.
Weekday Masieai ,,:00 a.m.
Confessional Saturday 1:30 to iM and
(:30 to 7:3a .o
Cattchinn Cunt Sunday 1:00 to 4.-00
Miraculous Medal Novena I 1:00 p.m.
convert instructional Thunday I;00
P-m,,' :.. ..:
BT.. VINCENTS Panam City
Sunday Masses: 4:00 and 1:30 a.m.
Unlu flaw Mmmmmmt 4A oil .IIA
ITt It fall Ml Ratllrrial tha. Maaaaa ara
v.uv siiu bjv a.m. i
Confessions: Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:0(1 p.m. Thursdays before first
irinsy :ju p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Ita
tlons of the Cross: Friday 7:10 D.m.
Catechism Classi -After .30 mass on
5unasy ....... i
Clan, f ao p.m. Tuesday and
- ST. THERFSA'S tocoll
Sunday Masa: g:30 a m,
Holy Day Mass: 4:00 a.m. (It It falls
on Saturday 4:30 a.m.).
Catechism Class: i JQ to 4:00 p.m. on
Confessions; 4:00 to l:3U a.m, Sunday,
ST, JOHN BAPTIST tit I.A SALU
t Parque Lefevre
fmda -iMaasM: 6:30 nod 8:30 a.m.
l,eK llv ivi'.'.. O.iill Mini, Iliuiar
Tri. and s. at. lint Frldav mass: 4:00 a m
Holy lJ Masse'. :vv a JO. to o:wu
rnnfacilnns! 11:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
S 00 p.m. on baturaay.
Miraculous nieoai novena i i
Pmv .. : ...... J.
CatCcnism v..iaai o.ou p-m. n ivuilue
Ol. Ti ,. OPS La t
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Ma's.: 70 a.m. ...!
Holy bay Mass: 5:3u p.m.
. e.iniviau S'.tn t 7'JB n.m
Thursday befor First Friday :B0 p.m.,
Sacred Heart Novonot 7:00 pm, on
Convert viasai t:w pm, on tuvnumj
' ' ATLANTIC SIDE
Sunday Masseat :4S, f 'OO and 9:11 am.
Hnlv Dav Masses! 4:i and I 00 t ot.
Confessions: nawraay .v w a.m. ana
AA t o.nA mm I'
'Miraculous Medal lqfen I Wednesday
.IB ana l.uu I
Sacred Heart Novena JFrlday 7:11 p.m
' c,,nH. Vuanlna .Santceo 7:00 B.m.
rnnvart GlMi 7:ia un. an Mondays
and Thursdays .v
Catechism Class! suniay iu:ia a.m, to
11:44 a.m. 4:00 p.m.)to 4:00 p.m.
Tu.n.il.n nf UmI Blaaa
ed Sacrament all day lepoaltlon at 4:30
.m. saturaay mornma .,
P i. 1 -.. nM,.fnBa ,a A.I f .rfb
lint ouiuiaolj uiivuui. w wm. awu
of Fatlma The Holy iosary 4:00 a.m.
) rMnmimlMI fn-Vlll-tlntl IftT fhll.
dren Monday and Thursdays 4:00 to
MIRACULOUS MEIAL CrlstAhal
Sunday Mas : 7:00
00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy bay Masses'! gk :00 a m, and
;is p.m. r
, ln. Clll.n
:uv io a:w ano
74 to 4:00 D.m. After Roosrv each eve-
no n m nn Mnnriav
Mvanai 1:11 and
'catechism Class: Aow 4:00
juiiumv. a ...
First Friday Exposltfa all day during
(Oe ocnwJi war. 4 I
First Saturday: Maaini p:vp am.
CHUCR hi Margarita
4:10, U-.K eiu.
...... 4:00 a m.
m. to 1:00 B.m
First Saturday Maad
Saturday ... 7:00
Hnlv Dav Masses'
I oven a 7:04 p.m
a.m. 1:14 o.m.
Confession ,;. :45
m, to 4:44 p.m
Parish Family Row
..... 7:00 p.m
.. auarv. Vrlriav
Group' 7 JO p.m
1st Friday Devotils
x V -nn n m
1st, Saturday pv
;n ., 7:00 p.m
t vivrrvTJ(alnhna m
Sunday- Massessi 10 a.m. and 4:00
a.m. : f
Holv Dav MaMM:fc00 a.m. and 4:00
confessions: 4:00 ta:ou ana tuo to
4:00 p.m.. Saturday.
ra1rhlam ria.a -1 aBA a IM. AM Snnilii
Convert Class avf Monday at 1:00
p.m. ' 1.
Miraculous Medalflovenai 10 p.m
on Tuesdav. f- r.:
s.cred iieart flO'hat 7;00 p.m. oa
P"M4Cl'l ATE C-FPTION-Oatno
feunaav Mas' g:i m
Hnlv Dsv Msss: iii) p.m.
Confession: 4:30 7:00 pm. on Sat Sat-urriiiy.
urriiiy. Sat-urriiiy. ;
Catrhlm Claas' n p m Mnnday
OUK LAD J OP t .J COUNSEL
' G !oa
1 Sundav Mbssm: rM and '0:30 am:
Holy Day Masses :0u a.m. and 4:00
Confessions Saturf at 7 :00 pm, and
alter an evening demons.
Baptism bv appntmeiil.r r
Miraculous. MrUaWoveiiai 7:00 p.m
on Tuesday. 1
E.icred Heart Ncfiat 1:00 p.ra on
Sunday School: 3 p.m. on SundarT
Religious Inntruct Clasa for Crill.
dren; 4:00 pm on pirsday.
Religious Imtrueti for adult (Con-
luHafJ In Srnih)l (0 p.m on Mon.
Convert Instructln' '-y anpolntmtiit.
The kL Sev B. Hebet GoodeV S.T O.
ThO Vary Bsv, Matnert 4. Petenea,
. I.TJ.. Da
THE CATHM'tU Of ST, LLKg
: .. SUWOAVS ...
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
:14 a.m. Church School (Holy Com Communion
munion Communion 3rd Sunday),
t:S0 ojn. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. bcuela Dominical I:l a at
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer and Sar
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday,
1 :00 p.m. evening Servico, .
4:30 alb. Holy Communion.
7:00 pra Ivenlnj Prayer,
4:00 am Holy Communion,
1:10 pm Holy Communion,
4:14 a.aa. Mornlna Pravei.
Ut:00 Mu-da Missionary Prayer.
Church at 8t Andrew
The Mv William W. Baldwta,
Priest la Charco
Holy Communion 70 jt,
Family Prayer and
Church Scbool ; 4 JO ajn
(Also Holy Communion tnd.
Morning Prayer Sermon 11410 Ijh.
Sunday aech month ... :
WEDNtSDAVS r. f
Holy Cemmunion f :ov ajp.
Chapel of Tho Good Shepherd
The Btv Clarence W. Hay,
Priest io Chargo
4:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
' lli.C. first Friday each Month),
St. Simon' Chutuh
The Rev. John Spear Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and Sr
man s 7:00 a.m.
Church School 1:00 pm
Episcopal Voung Churchmen 4:00 p m.
Xvenaon and Sermon ..... 1:00 Pm
MONOAVS. TUEaDAYS. .(
Morning rreyer ana neiy ..
Communion. 1:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer ........... IM p.m
Woman a Auxiliary. Snd and
WEDNESDAYS 4c THURSDAYS
Holy Communion s ..,,., i:wa.m.
'Morning Pi aver 00 a.m.
Evening Frer ........... 7.00 Ojn
clTiioniva ... n :
rauu v tuensrisr ......... e.ou a.m.
Ofiice at Complin ........ liOO pro
' LA BOCA ;
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning rrayor ana i.nurca
School ., 4:00 .m
nnti 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Class ....... l;J0am
Choral Eucharist and Set-
Holy Baptism ., 12:00 noon
Rvensnn and Addreaa .... 7 JO n.m
Woman' ; Auxmay v p m.
THURSDAYS of FEAST DAYS
Holy wommunion .v a.m
PALO SECO : "...
Chapel of tha Holy Comfortef
Van. L, B. Shirley, Prloat to Charge
'g:30 am, Hol Communion,
. Chnrrh of St. Marraret
Espav and Brarn Blvd.
Th4 Rev. Jseie K, Beew, Kactoi
' 7Jfo.m, Holy Communion,'
1 :45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
11:00 am' Choral Euchanrt,
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYI
4:10 a as. Holy Communion,
Th Rev, Allan B. Wentt,
Prlst in Chart
Th Bev. David A Osboraa,
: Vicar Emeritua
'4:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist 4i Sanaon
. 4:30 a.m. infant Baptiana. :
1 .00 at in. Church School
Ihoid In Building 131 j
4:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7 o n m. Everwona and Adiif,
ittd and -dth WEDNESDAYS
1.10 pin. Woman Auxiliary, and Al
tar guild meeting,
, PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Chuich
Th Van. Lemuel B. Shirley, Recto
.Tha Re Fit B. Atwell. Dee tea
:oo a.m. Holy commtiniea
0-00 a.aa' Suna Eucharist as Sermefl
10:45 a ni : Mornip Pray nd Church
Bcnooi . ., ,. ...
11:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7:00 ii.m Solarfiq Vesper : ,r
g:30 a m Holy Communion
1i30 m. Evening Pray and Strmen.
WEDNESDAYS ' '
:0tj ot Holy Communion
7:00 iJib Evening pray
mmSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
4:30 i m. Holy Communion
4 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TflE-SEA
... Episcopal '
. Colon, HP.
' (Opposite. Hotl Washington) :.
Th Rev. James Peter f anner, Recto
Th Bev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
4:30 a.m. Mornlnc Pr.vn
4:00 a.m. Chnral Yurh.Via aMM
1:30 a.m. Church School.
70 p.m. solemn Evensong and Ser-
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning prayee.
1:00 pan, Jtvening Prayer, :.
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
1 :30 p.m. Evening prayer and Sermon
v FRIDAY '
7 -00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
4:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
S:tM) p.m. Eyenln Pravr.
?:00 p.m. Holy Communion.
:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. -5:00
p.m. Evening Praver.
7-30 n.m- Complin and M'dtfsrtol"-'-MONDAY,
TUESDAY it THURSDAY
RIO ABA JO
Pt, ChrialnHer' C hiirrh
Inth Street, f'sroue LMvr
The Rev. Clarenr w. Hayes,
Pr!-t tn Charie
The lev. Clarence A. CrsfweH.
4 ( ajn. Holy Communion.
7. 0 a m Sun Eucharist and Sk rmon.
10 SO m iiornina Prayer and Church
If (H noon Holy Baptism.
4 30 p m Evensong and Sermon.
7 SO p m 1st snd 3rd. S'oman'i Auxi
4.30 pm Junior Daughter of th
7 :30 o m Youih Fellowship.
g 00 a ra Holv Communion
7 00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
4 00 pa Girl Friendly Society,
sarIjays' ,rd- in'lei
4:30 e m Junior Confirmation Clam.
CHURCH OP THE MAZASENB
44 rrangiparu Su Ancon C.Z.
Rev. timer O Nelson, Pastor
Box 247 Balboa, C.Z. Tel 1-.401
Sunday School ;& ajn
Worship Servica ,,, 10:44 am
Youth Service 4:44 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Srvlc. Wd. ... 7:30 p.m
' METHODIST 1
Sunday) I a.m. Panama Wesley,
" 10:30 a m, Sunday School.
" 7:14 p.m. Evangelical Service
. and Sermon,
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
10 a.m. Paraiso Sunday School.
" 7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
' CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Writ: Box SOlg Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School I:U am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 740 p.m
KATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
' Panama R.P.. 23rd Street East
Bev S. N Brown. Miniate
Divine Worship :J0 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 D.m
Sunday Mass .,..,,,,..7. 7:44 11:43
Rio Aba, At.
Meetings Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
806 Balboa Boad, Balboa. ',
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
. Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 tm tm-Sunday
Sunday tm-Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 4:00 pjn.
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 e-m,
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pjn.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
" Atlantic Branch
Building 100, Scheolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday :uu a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am
CUBUNDC PROTESTANT CHURCH
"k Warm Hearted Church
Mlltoa R. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Rea 83-7114 Of. 43-3104
Sunday School 1:30 a.m.
(A else fnr vry age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a m
Youth Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship. 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
CLU CATHOUiJ CHUKCfl iUi?
, SW-OAnliaai T AaallaAl! r Jr.
i i n i, v i r,a i
Poly EiiLii-rlst: Sunday k 1:10 a.m.
luesdava. Wednesday and Thursdavi
1:30 a.m. r . -
Sacrament of. Unction (Healing Sr.
vie) First Sunday ad each month at
' Meant Hallnet. Chrlsrlas Charch
. PanamA R. p.
: St Rv T, iiemek D, P, Slihov
Morning devotion 4:00 am.
Fellowship Worship ........ 11:00 a.m.
Knnriav School 1:00 B.m.
Dlvin Servk 1:30 p.m.
: THE CHRISTADELPHIANS
Scout Hall,' Rainbow City
Sunday School t a.m.
Morning Service ............ 10 am.
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Visitors ar welcome at all services
BARAI'S CENTER '. .-'
44 Firrt Strt
UrbanlnHAn El Carmen. Panaml City,
informal Talks and Discussion
Thursday .,,......,,.1:00 p,'.
sjeioa, 41 m Front otreei
i (anslelr Aaierteaa Basaart
Study Class....,. Thursdavi. 1:10 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
bpalaba St., Paraiso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Servian,
1:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:13 P.m. Gospel Servica.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: a:uo woh. rienearsal,
' Friday : 7:30 Women'a Misaienar B
THE CHURCH OP. COD
New Providence 1
Mrs. Maud Hlnaa. Pasta
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Momlng Worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Service ............... 7 JO pm.
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Cor, Jamaica and Trinidad Rati
Rainbow City. Canal Eon
Rv. Wm. Livingston, Patio .'
THE CHURCH OP GOD .''
: 138 Eighth Street Colt
Rsv. G. W. Graadlson. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............ 10:30 a m.
Night Servlc 7:30 o.m.
Momlng Worship ........... 4:00 a.m.
aunaay scnooi io:;o a.m.
Night Servica 7:30 p.m.
TUB CHURCH OP GOD Rio Abajo
Monte Osctir) Kdlltk St.
. Rev. Wm. J. Joboaoo. Ptsto
Sunday ; Schoo J:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Service IM p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 4-428. Box 253, Gamboa
Churches hi Paraiso. C.Z. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman U. Whytei, Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abejo
IHev. end aire, cnarles Havnaal. anil
Catlv4 (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves i
Sunday ana weekday service at all
Diablo Heights. C Z.
(near Diahle school)
Rev. Csrl V. Thommnn, Minister
Bex 34, Diablo Height. C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gambe 717
Church Balnea 427
Sunday Schooi ,,,, ., i0:0f) a.m.
Worship Service ,.. 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic 3ervlce 1:30 pre.
Wednesday! Bible Study
nd Prayer Servlc 1:30 p.m.
I aalla A
4aW ,( t-rl
REFDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH i
alboa Road at Wis hi Street
Rev, Robert F, Gumirk. Paster
P O Box 6o. Bsllma
Sunday School, Bun class 0 00 a.nu
Divine Service 10:14 ajn
Holy Communion, first Sundav of tha
Former chanel of Our Saviour's Bnli
copal chape! 3rd St and Melended Ave.
Mr. F.ncene H. Denner. Virar
Sunday School, Bible Class 9:00 a nv
invine service iu: am. i
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the
Jewlsn Welfare etoara Bid. 74J-X La
o.ica aoT Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Servica Fnoay. 1J0 pa. Saturoay
(Sea IKlinri ot Jewish sarvleav.
ancer Oosts Bases and Station I.
Lorireaaiion Knl Shearlth isrsei Ave!
ilaa C'b and 36th Street. Bella Vista
P'namt Citv Servico 4 00 pjn
Christian Scientist x
CaUtlbllAM ClENCh k.ltW,Ha
rtrst Church ol Christ. Scientist. Anew
40 Ancoo Boulevard.
.Sunday 11.0b, vVednosdat- .-4t OJS
Sunaav Scbool 4:30 a .as
lri cnurcn ,m Chrui, oeieatist, Crtstob
13th Street t)olivt Hiehwav
' SiiiinMi 'wfnsi !pi. am
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wednesday 1:04 p.m.
Posts and Bases
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Sunday bchool .., I:0C
Morning Worship 10UO
Church-time N uriery School... 10:04
Sunday School (Building No,
1241 M :00
Morning Worahlp 10:34
Thuraday Evening Mid-Week
Youth, Fellowship Sunday .... 1:00
Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worship 10 .30
Evening Worship 7 :00
Worship Service. Madden Wy 7:00
. Worshio service, nio Hato ..... a:ii
ChriaUan Youth Fellowship 6:00
Soldier' Fellowship Thurs. . 7 :00
Officer' Christian Union Thur. S:0
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASS 1
Sunday School ,. 4:1"
Adult Bible Claw (NCO Club).. 4:30
Morning Worship ...... :30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowahip , 4 JO
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman '
Sunday School 4:30
Morning Worahlp 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
lith ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 1:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month). a
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 4:00
" ' Catheue
Daily Mas .,.,,,,,,; t:10
Sunday Masses ........ 7:00 4 1:311
Confexslona, Saturday ,, 4:30 4 7:30
nunaay :uu at a:e
Daily Mas 4:4
Sunday Masses ,,.7:41 as 9:01
Confessions Saturday ,, 4:30 (b 1:00
Daily Mass 4:15
Saturday Masse 4:00
Sundty Misses 1:00 sa 11 ;4
Monday Novena Devotions ,r, 7:30
Confeasiona Saturday . 4 :00 A 7 liu
Sunday. Mas iov
ALBROOK AIR FOltCE BASS
Daily MM ..... J. ......... .. ... 6:00
'f.iunly Ma's ,7. :..V ":W
: Sunday Ma ......... 1:44 A 12:00
Novena Services-Tueeday 7:04
: VOruessiona-Miuruay ,,, liw
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Masa t tO
Saturday ....,..,... IM
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
, ATLANTIC SIDE
Sunday School Bldg. 231 ,,,, 4:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. gS3-
Tuesday ...................... 1 :'
KYBB Wednesday Post :hapl 4:30
Choir Practic Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:30
Sunday School 1 :30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesday ...... 7:30
Ladle Chapal Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Dunaay Bcnooi v:ou
Morning Worship............... 11:00
holy Communion First Sunday
Dally Mas 7:00
bunday Masa p:30
Confessions: Saturday ...,.., 6:00
Daily Mass 7:00
Saturday Mas J... 7,00
Sunday Masse ....... 1:45 St 10:15
Confessions, Saturday ,, 6:00 St 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
.Daily Mas ., ; 4:00
Saturday Mas 8:30
Sunday Mas .. 0:00
Sunday Masa ., ,..,7:30
; Greeh Orthod :l ;
Creek Orthodox service ere conduct,
ed at the Church ef th Anunclation.
Vi Bellairio Porras, San Francisco da
la Caleta, Panama City, HJ, and at
the Church of St, Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun.
day at p :3v, or -turthtr Information,
call th Offic ot th Army Chaplain,
: Seventh Day
. Weekly Services In U church
Sabbath School 1:30 a.m.
Divina Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4;20 pm, :
Bible Study and Prayer Service
Pacific Sid Panamd
Pastor. W, ii. Waller-Tel. 28-3-3504
Cabo Verde. Ave, J, F de la Oui
No. 17 a- ChorriUo 25th No 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nueve 2 A St. between 3rd nd 4th
tit. Kio Aba lo 11 Id No. 27 Gamboa
Pastor Q. D, Williams Tel. 6 580
Pastor A. A. Crlzzle Tel. 4.102
Spanish Churches Pacific Sid Panama
Pastor, noruerlo ulror
Panama. Calle Darlen No. 1
,V Pedregal St Nucvo Guarare.
f Allenlie Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffrie Tel. 38 826L,
Cristobal English lflth A Bolivar Ave.
, Cristobal Spanish inth Jt Bolivar Ave.
0P44 Gavilan Road-Tel. 2-1839 St 2 3331
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. of 7th St.
CARLOS M0UYNES V.,
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mumst Party yesterday
for a demonstration t -.-Trafalgar
Square here is.,
focus attention on "lifim::
peace, the right to work an l
ish inoVtjendrnce." Dphkv
tors, who were su.mmor.eci
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in the square after the marc'-
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TT2 PANAMA AMERICA AX TSZTTZiZTsi DAILY M.Tf ?AT
'4 ; j
Ycnhces :Play. Cerveza Balboa
White Loop Leading fictional
.Meets Marlboro In 2nd Game
National .. .. ii',; . 3
Kent '.-.. v : 2
Cerveza Balboa .. .. .. .. 1
Estufas Perfection 1.
Panama . ,. .. I .. v. .. .. 1
Carta Vie ja ..0
, Wednesday! results i
Marlboro 91 Cig.Panami 77'
Nacional 83 Estufas Perfection 57
Carta Vieja vs. Cerveza Balboa
. Nacional vs. Marlboro
" By VICTOR CRAY
The Panama" National Basketball
League tonight offeri two interest interest-in
in interest-in contests at the National Gym
tnnieht. Carta Vieja. seeking itsi
first victory clashes with Cerveza
(Balboa in the opening uu ana un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Nacional meet second
place Marlboro in the afterpiece,
The Yankees, despite their pre.
sent position in the league's stand standing
ing standing j are improving with every
and if xoach McArthur's
men could do a little paring, off
from their excessive waistlines,
hi. writer believes that they
would acquit the necessary speed
and resistance to match ibeir
much faster and better-condition'
Theoretically, the Yankees are
a good team; and their, wealth of
baasketball ."savvy," with the ne necessary
cessary necessary breaks of course, should
result in their oualifying for the
; On the other band, the Beermen
have found in Ernesto Davy an a-
lieauate reolacement for lniurea
Kombito Peres,' and Migueltto
Harsh along with rookie Juan A A-,
, A-, madet are doing a fine job re
niacins last years strong man
Frank Holness at present a muui
eal student in Chile, and in-and-
outer Julie Andrade now with
Fresh from their victory over
Marlboro, the Beermen are deter determined
mined determined to make it two etaight to'
night by defeating Carta Vieja
In the event of a Marlboro defeat
In the second game, they will
move into second place dead
locked with idle Kent,
Nacional faces its greatest test
tonight when it meets star-stund
ed Marlboro in the nigblcap. The1
men under professor ... Luzcando
have yet to lose, having copped all
three ox their .matches in lmpres
' Marlboro has played the last
two games minus the services of
Eddie Bermudez and Ernesto Tay
lor, two boys who mean very
much to the smooth functioning of
the Colonites. All being well, both
players should be on hand for n-
Panama to Ecuador,
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Wednesday night's tames
With their star play-maker Emi
lio Sonnell. confined to duty a
cross the street where the serves
mem t)er oi me wanoimi
Guard, v the Panama uqarenes
team was t defeated by Marinoro
hv a rnr nf 1 tn 77. ft WSJ On
lv until the final minutes of play
that, the chsmns. managed ;o om
the game, on ice Pint-sized Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do Checa, son of the caretaker of
the gym was the shining lipht on
the Panama team. Shooting bas
kets from all corners of the are-i
na. he scored a total of 25 pornts
for a losing cause.
He left the game on fouls wiin
some six minutes of play remain remaining,;
ing,; remaining,; the winners 'capitalizing on
his absence to pull away. For
Marlboro it was Entmett uryam
with 23 co starring wth Julie An
drade with a like numoer
In the afterpiece Nacional expe
rienoed little or no JilfictiUy in
subduing a disorgamjsea ttsuua
Perfectroni auintet, Arturo Agard
was the big man with 21 points,
followed by Raman tfevey wan w
and Alfonso Frazer with 17. For
the losers it was Davis Pcralta
and Jose Ma, Pjnzon with 11
pointa apiece. v i
(Based on 7 decisions)
-' NATIONAL LEAGUE
" W L
McMahon, Braves' 6
Farrell, Phillies 5
Spahn, Braves 9
Purkey, Redgles 8
Worthington, Giants 6
Koufax, Dodgers ' 6
Larsen, Yankees 6 1.
Turley, Yankees 11 3
Ford, Yankees 8' 3
Dickson, Athletics" ""63
Kucks, Yankees 6 3
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79B CRISTOBAL 2131 2135
(Based on 135 official at bats)
- 61 271 56 10 .373
' 61 223 33 79 .354
48 157 16 54 .344
51 207 23 71 .343
63 246 39 84 .341
57 181 26 59 .326
54 .175 21 56 ,320
64 242 45 77 ,318
i 58 145 16 46 .317
68 277 47 87 .314
Green, St. L.
54 151 25 51 .338
' 66 261 34 86 .330
58 188 28 61 .324
59 199 26 64 .322
64 239 49 76 .318
55 211 29 67 .318
McDougald, N.Y 55 204 32 64 .314
Power, Cleve. 60 235 41 73.. 311
Kaline. Det. 65 230 30 71 .309
Bridges. Wash. 68 243 27 74 .305
. HOME RUNS
4 ..NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates , Jl
Banks, Cubs 18
Cepeda, Giants 18
. Moryn, Cubs y 15 ;..
Mathews, Braves a 15
Jensen, Bed Sox' '20
' Cerv, Athletics v- 19
Triandos, Orioles ' 16 16-Sievers,
Sievers, 16-Sievers, Senators 15
Mantle, Yankees 13
Gernert, Red Sox '. .,13,
RUNS BATTED IN V
. Thoma, Pirates 65
Banks, Cubs 54
Cepeda, Giants i ; 50
Spencer, Giants 1 46,
Mays, Giants' .' '42
Crowe, Rridlegs 42
Cerv, Athletics 58
Jensen, Red Sox" v 53
Gernert, Red Sox ' 48
Sievers,; Senators ... 42
Colavito, Indians 39
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' PAF SWIMMING Colonel Robert W. Gar Gar-Infantry
Infantry Gar-Infantry presents the 1958 Panama Armed Forces
team coach of the championship Fort Kobbe team,
high scorer of the Kobbe team, looks on, The PAF
Pool with the host team emerging with 86 points.
VFW Teeners To Play Powells
Tvi-Leaguers at M ount Hope
The' V.F.W. Teeners completed
their practice series with Orange
Kist, cbamps oi me American xs xs-ion
ion xs-ion Junior League, and will now
tackle the best, amateur team oh
Sunday afternoon, 1:30, tha Teen Teeners
ers Teeners will play the potent Powells,
perennial, champions ot the Twi
.light League, at Mt. Hope Siadium.
Tne Teeners will probably be bvt bvt-ing
ing bvt-ing off more than they can chew,
Uu will be in there every minute
to make it a, contest.
Mana&er Earl Sanders and Coach
Bob hess ot the V.F.W: boys led
that the experu'nee gained wilt be
invaluable to the Teeners when
they .inppt 'the bst in the U.S.A.
in the y.a.a. jnauonai x e en e r
Baseball Tournament in WUOUai.
The Powell management has e e-vinced
vinced e-vinced interest in Helping to con.
dition the boys a with everyone
else on the-Isthmus hope that the
Teeners will retain their national
Last' Saturday the V.F.W.. came
from, behind to tie the score with
Orange Kist at 3 and 3 in the 7,th
inning and finally punched over a
run in the bottom half of the
11th to win, 4 to 3.
Ab R H
Blevins, lb 5 0 0
Morris, as ,3 H 1
French, lf .301
Garcia, 2b 5 0 0
Scott, cf , 5 "0 0
Engelke, rf i 5 0 0
Mueller,' rf 10 0
Ortiz. 3b 2 12
Fields, e .. 8 0 0
Fields, e .300
Martin, p 3 0 0
Klins. p '';'.-'' 1 0. 1
Pajak, 3b :
Bateman, lf v
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rett, left, commanding officer 1st Battle Group 20th
Swimming team trophy tc Sfc. Wallace Walea,
Sergeant First Class Glenn F. Gheringer, center,
swimming tournament was held at the Fort Kobbe
U.S. Army Photo). ,
Batcheldor, cf ' 4 0 0
Donahue, cf 110
. ; ; ,. 45 46
Stolen bases.BIevins, Morris (2),
French, Pearl. f
Sacrhice-Fields ' 1
. Left on Ba6e-Byv0range Kist ,7,
V.F.W. 15 -
Base on balls.. By Jtfess 9, Martin
3, Kline 2
Struck out.By Ness 11,; Martin 5
Losing pitcher.Martin i1 r
Orange Kist . 111.000 000 00-3
VFW Teeners 000 110 100, 014
n the last game of the series
on SuudaH.Oran.ge Kist turn-d the
tables and won 5 to 4,-also com.
ing from behind, scoring single
runs in the 7th, 8th and 9th in.
The V.F.W. started the scoring
in the 3rd on t-single by Wilder
and a double by Ness. Orange Kist
came back with 2 runs in the 4th
un iwo squeeze plays scoring
Kline and Blevins. .
The Teeners, had a big 6th inning
with the key blow a bases loaded
single by pinchhitter Schwarzrock.
Three runs scored.
Stahl was starting pitcher for
Orange Kist, but gave way to Kiine
in the 3rd, Kline, was the winning
1 Lutz pitching his first game in
a montn due to a sore shoulder
muscl?, lacked his usual control
out was very effective for th
Teeners considerini? hi inn j ntr
The series total niit.(l with the
V.F.W. winning 3, while losing 2
m me American Legion boys.
ur uux score
Ge470, cf -Bateman,
Morris, ss ,.
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Orange Kist 00O 200 lll-r-5
Sunday July 6, there .will De a
game on the Facitic side, at which
time drawings will be made ior the
three U.b. Savings Bonds prizes on
the serial numbers of the Booster
tickets. Watch the newspapers for
time and place. The probable op.
ponent for the Teeners on that day
will be the Powells, if arrange.
merits can be made. v'..
E veryfhmg Perfect torGordcn,
Near -Perfect For Billy Pierce
' By MILTON RICHMAN
NE June .UH1'
Eery Ihing turned out pertect for
Joe Goruon and it migat have for
iBilly Pierce, too, except for a per
fectly normal impulse oy pinch
hitter Ed Fitzgerald.
Gordon, in his tirst game as
Cleveland manager, came up wnh
a atactica! move that helped tne
Indians to a 6-5 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles last Light.
Pierce hurled his third straight
shutout for the Chicago White box
m beating tne wasnir.gtun benai
ors, 3-0, out there was a bit of
heartbreak for the 31 year old
southpaw even thougu lie gained
ms seventh, victory. .. k
For eignth ana iwo turds in
nings, Pierce pitched perfect bail
All he had to do was retire one
more batter io become the first
leit-hander vin modern major
league history to pitch a perfect
Washington manager Cookie
Lavagette sent up Fits Gerald
to hit for pitcher Rus Kemmer
er. The crowd of 11,300 at Com Com-iskey
iskey Com-iskey park exhorted Pierce to
nail down that 27th out, but FiU
Gerald had ether ideas. He lin lined
ed lined Pierce's first pitch inside the
right field line for e double that
broke the spell and was the Sen Senators'
ators' Senators' first and last hit of the
Pierce scored Chicago's first run
in the third inning after leading
off with a double and battery-mate
Sherm Loliar singled home two
more in the eighth..
In- Cleveland's victory Over Bal
timore. Gordon made what prov
ed to be the winning move when
he installed J.: W. Porter behind
the plate after Porter batted for
Russ Nixon in the fifth inning
Given a chance te hit again m
the seventh, Porter singled home
KOcky Colavito with the deciding
run of the ball game. Colavito nail
just doubled to score Vic Power
with the tying run. it was the sec second
ond second double of the game for Cola Colavito,
vito, Colavito, who also belted a two-run
homer. Bobby Avila and vGus Tri
andos also homered. Don: Mossi
Was the wunner and Billy'. O'Dell
the loser. ;
The Yankees again stretched
their American League lead to
A games and put the brakes
on Kansas City's six-game winning
35c, .. 20c.
WIU IS THE WIND
with Anthony Qultrn
with Dana Andrews
W L ftt. v&
35 28 .554
34 30 .531
34 32 .529
31 31 .5C0
33 35 Mi
32 34 .471
29 33 Mi
31 34 .443
- Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Chicago at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
St.. Lomj at Philadelphia
i YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
: ; NA'IICNAL LEAGUE
(Night Game) '
S:. -Louis 003. 000 001 00-4 9 1
Phila.' 000 QOO 400 01-5 9 1
Brosnan, Martin, Paine, Mufiett
(3-2) and Smith, Landnth.
Roberts,' Farrell (5-2) and Saw
Lf Night Game)
Chicago,- ooo ui2 uuu 3 iu o
Pittsburgh i, : 000 000 1001 5 0
Drabowsky (8-7), Henry, and S
Friend -".(9-7), Face and Foiles,
Hall. v '
Los Angeles 000 100 310 3 5, 1
Milwaukee 00" 100 0001 7 1
Koufax (6-3) and Roseboro. v
Jay (1-2), McMahon and Rice.
San Fco. 1 102 020 000-3 13 1
Cincinnati v 130 000 0026 10 1
Gomez, Miller, Grissom '(4 'i)
and Schmidt.' ' 1
Lawrence,, Schmidt, Jeff coaf (4-i
4) and Bailey.
NEW YORK (NEA) Af 108
pounds, Freddie McLeod s.iil
reigns as the lightest United
States Open champion. The Chevy
Chase, Md., professional won in
streak with a 10-3 win over the
Athle.ics. '. v-
New York sent 10 men to the
plate in a six-run seventh inning
that was highlighted by Gil M3 M3-Dougald's
Dougald's M3-Dougald's base clearing double.
Harry Simpson hit a three run
homer for thoi A's. Reliever Art
Diimar was credited with his sec
ond victory while Ray Herbert suf
fered tne iossl
Detroit spoiled Boston four rui.s
in the first inning and then bounc bounced
ed bounced back to be it the Red Sox, 7 4,
behind the a "-tight ;relief pitch pitching
ing pitching of Georgi Susce, Tom Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and winn r Bill Fischer. Ted
Williams hit lis 10th homer with
To 2nd P
zee fn II
On Vin (rcr Havana
NEWvYORkI June 28 (UP)
A four.run rllly in the seventh
Ihning gave Rcdhester, an 8-5 vict.
ory over navai i r nuay niiiv auu
lifted the Red fings into second
place in Inte national League
standings. ... ..
, Top-rung Mo real lost a chance
to increase its lead as Richmond
whitewashed tl Royals, 5.0, Col.
umbus sent To into down to third
place with a 7. triumph and Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo took a pa from Miami,. 6-3,
v Rochester mpd to within a
game and a hal of the lead as the
Red Wings launjhed a 14-hit attack
ome tight reiiet
icketts picked up
his seventh winjas the starter.
has lost seven
ssed 1 a seven-hit.
ter as Richmon
came up two.run
tallies in the eiplh and ninth, to
give him his sih victory : in nne
Toronto fell analf game behnd
Rochester whenfour runs in "the
last two frames 1st missed catch,
ing Columbus' lt(i. The Jets count
ed four times iiihe first and ad.
ded three insurlce runs in the
seventh. Whamil Douglas, with
help from Luis
ninth, made his
TOE LOST CITY
Sucedi6 en Mexico
with M. A. PonS
LA CULTA DAMA
with, Gloria Lozano
W L P.I, '3
42 22 5
34 31 ..V 3 i
33 32 J r
33 34 .471 lOVa
31 34 .477 UVa
32 34 .471 12
29 35 All 13
23 38 .423 15
New York at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Detroit -Washington
Baltimore at Cleveland ,, i
Wash., s 000 000 0000 t
Chicago- ;, 001 000 02X 3 8
, Kemmerer (4-6) and Korcheck.
Pierce (7-5) and Loliar. v
Bait, f 010 130 000-5 11 0
Cleve. ;..'.004 000 20x 8 U 0
O'Dell (8-8), Zuverink, Lchaaa
Narleski, Mossl (5-6) and Nijcoit, :
400 000 0004 r t
000 Oil 41 X 7 10 0
' Brewer, Wall (3-6), Kiely, Forn.
leles and Bei beret. -
Lary, Susce,' Morgan, Fschcf
(3-3) and Wilson. ,
(Night Game) ;
New York" 030 000 61010 1?' 0
Kansras City,,' .030 .000 000 j. 6 1
Maas, Monroe, DUinar (2-0) and
Herbert f.3 3), Gnm, Gorman and
ANIMAUSMJET MARRIED r
NEW DELHI, India (UPJ) -.-f
Leading Hindu dignitaries per.
formed ,e solemn wedding cere.
mony in the Rasjasthan State vil.''
lageof Chandleish between i bull ;
and a: cow,- press reports said
here Monday. The cow is a sacred
animal in India.
one on in the first inning and Jac-
kie Jensen hit his 20th 'with one on
in the same frame otf Frank La.
ry. The Tigers scored single runs
otf Tom Brewer in the fifth and
sixth innings and routed him with
a four-run burst in the seventh.
Red. Wilsonls two-run single in
the seventh broke a 4-4 tie. I;
Lot Angtles continued its m-
tery offer Milwaukee, beating
tho National League leaders tor
the seventh straight time this
season, 31 Dick Gray broke a
M tie with a sevtnth inning
homer' off User Joey Jay and
John Roseboro added an insur insurance
ance insurance homer in the eighth San.
dy Koufax went the route for hit
sixth victory, biving up seven
hits, including e home run be
; Despite the loss, the Braves re-7
mained a game-and-a-half ahead
of the Cardinals and Giants, botb.
of whom Were defeated also.
The Phillies ended the Cardin Cardinals'
als' Cardinals' six-game winning streak wth
a 5-4 triumph in 11 innings whilo
the Redlegs came from behind to
nip the Gianis, 6-5. s
Pinch hitter Dave 'Phllley deliv deliv-ered
ered deliv-ered an 11th inning double off Lil
ly Muffett that gave Reliever Diclc
Farrell of the Phil? his fifth vic :
tory of the season. r
Johnnjf Temple's two-run triple -;
off Marv Grisson in the ninth was
Cincinnati's margin of victory ov
er San Francisco after .the Giants i.
had taken the lead on two-run
homers by .Daryl Spencer and Or. r
Moe Drabowsby of the Cubs,
who will be married today,. tefi
rated the. occasion with a 2-1 vic victory
tory victory over the Pirates although lie
needed help in the ninth from Bill
Henry Drabowsky singled horn e :
Chicago's first run in the fifth off
loser Bob Friend and Dale Long
doubled home two more runs : ia
the sixth to send the Pirates down
to their seventh straight setback.
roDAY e::ca::to .35-.20
; Rock. Hudson Jennifer
"A FAREWELL TO ARMS"
Peggie Castle in
"BACK from THE DEAD"
!v HALLS OF
with R,- Widmark.
K R O N O S
with Jeff Morrow
SWIMMING FINALS After the PAP swimming' finals held,
Fort Kobbe and the second place team from Fort Clayton pose
the foreground are He Walter E. Gouvela, left, and 8fc. Glenn
Kobbe teanv Both men are from A company, 1st Battle Group,
Horse 90 Pet Cent, so Haviock
Would Ride f or
By HARRY GRAYSON
OCEANPORT, NX 1(NEA)v 1(NEA)v-Bill
Bill 1(NEA)v-Bill Hartack first hit the nation national
al national racing scene in 1954 with a Dig
showing at Monmouth Park.
Now HartacK, woken leu- leg
healed, is, back 'at the' .seaside
track for the first time since this
summer, except' for a rare statis
visit or so, and once more 'he is
the leading rider ;there. i lhis
leads to the thought that v, the coc
ky young man could be right
back where- ne started, if, .s; , :
"Not that far," horsemen assure
-you." "hut without those Calumet
Luie, "liu taclv comes lCfc tile
Iicid more than a little."
Die reierence is to the obvious
split between Calumet' farm and
iiartack in connection with Jim
my Jones' seleil ion of Ismael
Valenzuela to handle Tim Tarn
in the "colt's ill fated Belmont
Stakes. Valenzuela now is Ca.u
met's top rder. Hartack is bark
on his own and despite booting
home 17 winners and 16 place and
15 show, horses in 1 his first 78
mounts since the accident just
prior to the Kentucky Derby, he
can t be better off tor the break
with Calumet. ; !':- -,'
"Nobooy said we wouldn't ride
for Calumet again," Chick Lang,
his agent, notes. "That's like, a
ballplayer saying he won't piay
with the Yankees." '; ;,.',..
HARTACK LOOKS AT IT dif-
, ferently, ':','
"What stock did Calumet have
outside of Tim, Tarn 'and, A Glit
ter?". he asks. "There's- plenty
of good stock around the country.
My leg doesnt bother me- ano as
long as I keep winning I'll have
the edge. I'm staying right here,
xcept to go to Washington Park
PHOENIX, Ariz,, (NEA) .It's
a.m. in a Tokyo city park. The
tun is barely up, and you 1 can't
see it any way because it's pour pouring
ing pouring rain. - x
"Play ball!'?, shouts an umpire
nd two neatly uniformed public
school teams start their league
game. Within a radius of hail a
mile 20 other games are getting
under way, rain or seine.
"Dawn is the hour for school
baseball ": and softbail games' in
Japan," says Phoenix's Ford Hoff Hoffman,
man, Hoffman, president of the world-wide
Amateur Softball Association,
back from a .month of supervis supervising
ing supervising softbail instruction in Hawaii
and Nippon. ,.'
"Every .kid in Japan has to
work after school until 'well past
oarK in:tiie taniuy misiness or a
factory of some kind."""-
NEW YORK (NEA) Thomas
Henry Bolt, winner of this year's
United States, Open- golf cham championship,
pionship, championship, says he got a ikw
peace of mind earlier this year.
Tommy Bolt used to wrap -nibs
round the nearest tree aher ; a
bad shof, often walked off a
course in a huff. '"'
"I just decided'that 'golf Wasurt
worth breaking .' a blood' vessel
Wr," he rys. "So I relaxed and
Jm a diff. ent man."
Bolt cai jies a card in his pock pocket,
et, pocket, which je frequently hauls out
and read between sho.s. The
card reads: "'God grant me the
sorcnity to accent the thing I "hji "hji-rmt
rmt "hji-rmt change, the t o u r a g eto
change the things I can and he
wisdom to know the difference."
ride Nadir in the
Stars anu Stripes on July 4."
U wouiu t
will lose no
weep or money
laruugil his oiiacii ae iclusti to
ciassuy it a
uch with Calumet
ibui mention oi
nw(t spring, wiiea
those live,- Jonds trameu three
year-olds, show up, is- enougn to
send snivel's odwu a gent ang i
spine. His Star locKey was al two two-tjme
tjme two-tjme .national; qnampion, won i
ton, of siasw wAue it, aiiu the
foundation t-tor; this was Calumet
steeus. w, ':'.' .-:-t
NoUody, has-Ao point out to
Lang that Jiadie -Arcaro, for ex
pe. has been aboard five Ken-
tucnyf Kerf y -winner's,' anu four
were trained b Ben 'A.; Jones.
To see, wiiat UCluniet-v and the
Jones boys have uone lor liar
the past three'
years," 11 JLang ,j
has to do is
check .-the incuirtti
he and the -r
per filed each
FflB IT IS THE THROUGH.
BRED, as so miny tend to tor
ge, wmcn does just auout ad ute
work on the racing strip.' As Af
caro says, "Tne 'surse is at least
90 per cent of til
e Datiie.1 lake
the best norse
body, who knew?
ever roae. Any-
which w. 10
turn on a race track: coulu nave
ridden Citation-. You could mane
two or three mistakes on his
back and still win. On the other
hand, the greatest rider in ine
world can't heib an : outciassea
horse." I :
Remembered the Kentucky
DeYby ot last year,1 wnea.aarucK
hustled Iron Liege into a nex to
impossible position onnhe. oack-
stretchj but hi iCalumet mouut
had so much, run he bailed the
iock out and a minute or so later
Bill was standing m the winner's
circle oeing plM(lUBaplej, ; wnu
his thoughts on. JfU per cent, of the
rich purse, o 1 -
For a time it seemed that ev everything
erything everything Hartack touched turned
into 100,000. Nadir in the Garuen
State last fall was 'a prime exam example.
ple. example. The Claibdrne Farm two year year-old
old year-old took down richest purse
in racing and' it is the last one
this big colt Has won. ...
But now, with Calumet r Farm
off to ithe' -'wars without him,
stern, quick-minded little Bill Har
tack may find, as do most jocks,
that sometimes 'you' just don't
find a live hdrse In every stakes
Player 01 IbDay
, DICK FARRELL
Dick Farrell, a 24.year.old right,
hander, has been pretty generally
known until recently as the "other
rookie pitcher'Vthe Philadelphia
Phillies brought up with Jack San.
ford last season. -
Sanford, of course, was rookie
of the year with a 19-8 record.
Farre'l, blessed with tremendous
sped, did have a 10-2 record and
2.39 earned run average but pret.
ty much was lost in the shuffle as
another relief pitcher. v
He's proviog tV's year, howev.
er, that he's the class relief pitch,
er o! the National League and
maybe the "best, in baseball. s
Dick's current record is 4-2 and
his earned run average is 1.23.
He's credited with another half
dozen "saves'Vfor the Phillies and
is a likely- pitcher for the NL in
the July 8 All.Star Game.
DOWN ON ARM
NEWELL, S.D. (NEA)-How ya
gonna keep 'em down on the
farm? The ,; Nelson brothers Hid
not their acre iourmiles -.north
of Newell bv installing a couple
of bowling alleys,
in Chicago 'to
at the Fort Kobbe pool, members of the first place team from
with their trophies,. The two men holding the team trophy m
F Gehrinpei, rlgh:, two high scorers for the winning Fort
20tli Infantry. U.S Army Photo) v ....
" Listening to Big Jim Tatum yes,
terday as he sal in a suite in the
Manhattan Hotel, dipping his nero.
ic beak- into a sulen.red concoc.
tion, we contemplated in silent en.
vy, the uninbibitea expansive ;, et et-fects
fects et-fects of Bloody Marys. ; -"I
don't believe 1 exaggerate at
all win I say ; 40.000 to 50,
000 pedple from' our part of "the
country, will come here to see the
game f .and for your inform.
tion, this is pure, unalloyed tomato
juice I'm drinking."
Onetime' Scrips-Howard Coach of
the Year, now dean of Block and
Tackle at North Carolina, .Tatum
said he has Notre Dames's OK to
transier their Oct. 13 game to New
York, and indicated plans to that
end are in formulation.
It was when we noted that be.
cause of the date, the same would.
in all probability, be forced to
compete with the World Series for
sports page attention that Tatum
promised the Tar Heels would
bring back their own audience.v
"The last time North Carolina
played here the school sold 35,000
seats, or the entire allotment. It
would have been just as easy to
sell 50,000. Our people like football,
and, most of ail, they like an ex-
cuse to see Broadway." i -So
it could be the famished Sub.
way Alumni may get to see the
Fighting Irish early next fall for
the first time since the storied Ar.
my-Notre Dame series was uncer.
imoniously brought to an end. Big
Jim, '." even on tomato juice.. ;
gives the impression the alumni
can go put and bet on it. :
. CUT IN ON CATI
With uncommon reluctance the
ebullient North Carolina mentor,
whose prior successes at Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma and Maryland won him celebri celebrity
ty celebrity ai a gridiron strategist, admit,
ed he had Keen involved in the pre preposterous
posterous preposterous Texas A and M coaching
scramble last winter.
"I had good reason for not men.
tioning it. The year before I re.
jected an offer from Indiana and
the publicity that followed tended
to make me look like a can't-stay.
put character. As long as I had de.
cided not lo go to Texas A' and M
I kept quiet."
This was the richest coaching
job in the history of college foot,
ball. Under the setup, since drast.
ically revised, a football coach,
Summit Hills To Hold
Flag Tourney July 4
Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club will hold a flag tournament
on independence Day, Friday, July
4 for all members of the club start,
ing at 8:00 a.m.
Full handicap allowance will be
allowed with a fifty cents entry fee
Each golfer must sign the tourn.
ament register in, the clubhouse.
Upon signing, the golfer will be
given a flag with his or her name
on it. The flag will be carried until
the golfer has used up the sun of
par 70 plus their handicap strokes.
The flag will then be spotted
where the inal stroke carried. The
golfer carrying his flag the longest
distance will be declared the win winner.
ner. winner. There will be spot prizes during
the tournaments so all entrants are
urged to place their flag no matter
where they run out of strokes.
could make almost as much as the
president of the United States.
The school base pay was $17,500
Alumni and brother lanatics inde
pendently increased the sum four.
fold. Among trivial fringe benefits
was a rent-free, $35,000 home. In
addition, Bear Bryant, whose re retirement
tirement retirement sparked the mad eold
rush, got a piece of the gate, and
reportedly paid income tax on $61,
000 in '56. 1f
Even Frank Leahy was tempted
out of retirement,. In fact, a mut mutual
ual mutual agreement had been reached at
a secret meeting in "Denver when
the former Notre Dame coach in.
troduced a new condition that stop,
ped the negotiators. Leahy, with
a multiple brood, requested tho
home be doubled in size..
"People might get the wrong
idea if we built a $75,000 borne for
the football coach," the Texans de.
Following Tatum and Tahv t.h
golden carpet was rolled out for
itea :anaers (UCLA), JSddJe Erdei
atz (Navy), and Hughie Daugherty
(Michigan State). Presently the
school president, tardily aroused
bv mounting ridicul t.nnlr nvr
the relatively obscure Jim Myers,
presumaoiy lor peanuts, or at scale
ALL THAT GLISTENS
Why would Bryant, with r four
Veai'S still to trn nn hii hivm-ims
contract, want to resign? Why
wouia latum, banders, isrdelatz,
et al, back off from an earning
potential of say, $75,000? ;
The answer seems to be that the
coach was responsible more to off.
campus dictation than to the school
itself. It may be signifirnt that.
Bryant resolved to resign after
m A j m i
iex a anu m was unexpectedly
upset bv Rice. : it wht pint tn
sportive, plunging partisans can
only be surmised. t
"j --rV.Z ;' .,'.--, v V.;. ja''
' One of the coaches who had ag agonizingly
onizingly agonizingly declined an assured $65,
.000 minimum, preferring gradual
mental deterioration to violent,
overnight lunacy, was later1 con.
tacted by the school president.
"We will give you a long-term
contract at $17,500 a year," phoned
the gentleman obviously unaware
of the earier proposition, t
, The coach managed art ironic
laugh. r."in one short week I'm
cut $47,000, and without blowing a
single ame either."
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: EARL (DUTCH) SEIBERT
Dutch Seibert, bne' or hockey's
great, Was named 10 diLerent
times on the National Hockey
League's Al .Star team.. Seibero
came up with the New York
Rankeers.in 1931.3? anH chnniv
Rangers in 1931-32 and shortly
vnicaso CISCK Hawkl whara ha
starred for 12 seasons. In loH
oi tnose years with the Black
Hawks he wasa league All-Star.
In 1944, Seibert was traded to the
De.roit Red Wings and ended his
career there. y
Whatever happened to Dutch
Seibert? Now 46 the Ontario
born former star now- lives in
Springfield, Mass.. where he owns
and operates a beveragecompa.
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FOR SALE Ford 2 door sedan
1952. engine excellent, $400;
electric stovt $50.00. gas stove
$125.00. Prion 3-5608.
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: I trti ivn v'j fTTPI--Djvil J.
McDonald, United; Steelworter
pregldent;harged -today utheeel
fnrtnxtr Wis telling a "barefaced
lie" each tim it attempted u
"alibi" a prict incraaw by warn.
. ?Tnn.iH in a keynote ipeeca
v tu. ttsw dict.rirt 20 conference
fere. aid wage risea were earned
Ik.n.,h (nraitd nroductivity at
,A .iMitinnal cost to the employ
er. He aaid steel production- per
. i ka.1 -ricon "imnressive-
i our ft,pr vear.
The USW chief cited figurej
V. ..M ilamnnstratfid the
rise in production during a .long
period. He laid a ton of finished
teel reqirea 15 man ... houri of
nrir Thirtv.eieht yean ago, Mc.
Donald aaid, 70 man houri were
'; needed to proauci i wn u
isnea aieei, t
1 "in Tecent year the growth In
productivity has averaged be.
tween three and one half and four
per cent,"- McDonald laid. "Un.
fortunately, this fact i not known
h inn;h neonle.' And steel in.
rluitrr manaeement doet iti best
to conceal this fact from its own
f: roployeei as well as tne puouc.
' "Rv concealine it the industry
i In able to pretend that the slight.
. est increase in hourly wage rates
i-paiiirei a (Price increase to pay
for it. Any attempt to alibi such
;' price increase by pointing to
Wages is .a oaraacea ue. ;
He aid industry was "convinc
, Inu" in its attemDts to itir Public
'' Indication with the union. H
. said many 5 industry spokesmen
and "politicians" blame I'organ.
, Ized labor for the condition of our
McDonald said "explanations for
' the (economic) downturn seem to
? add tin to one recommendation
' ust freeze 'wages and everything
, will be au rigni..
, WILL BENEFITS UNCLI SAM
TRENTON. N.J. (UPI) Span,
' Ish.American "tV'ar veteran Alfred
Houser of Clinton Twp. willed
i 110.838 to the U.S. government "in
'; appreciation of all that the United
'States of America has done for
- me as a veteran." : .;,
TIPPLING IN TEMPLE
' SEOUL (UPI) The ministry
tit education yesterday criticized
''too much drinking and merry.
tnakins" in Buddhist temples in
Korea. It instructed Drovinclal
governments to prohibit camping
in the temples, danping and other
forms of gaiety.
Spanish & English
P.O. Box 3173 Panama
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, maid's room V
service,, garage. Juste Aroseme Aroseme-na
na Aroseme-na Ave. No. 37-11. Informa Information
tion Information 37th Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur-
niihed apartments, decorated by
; well known interior decorator,-
Rental includes all utilities,
.maid aervice, telephone end 24
' hour, watchman. Ask at "Arte y
Docoracion" Store in Edificio
Campo Alegre en Via Etpana
across from Hotel El Panama
Hilton. Telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Modem apartment,
. two bedrooms, hot water, maid's
room,' "L" Street 55 El Cangrejo,
building Esther, Tel. 3-6076 or
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional nice furnished one
. room apartment with hot water,
refrigerator, gas store, telephone,
all utilities. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: New two large
, bedrooms, livingroom, kitchen
and balcony on Fourth of July
Avenue,1 all screened, cool and
airy, $110.00, Also a one bod-
room, livingroom, kitchen, bath bathroom
room bathroom with two large closets.
$55.00 unfurnished or furnished
$65.00. Building TI-132, Fourth
of July Avenue. See Janitor or
phono Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT Apartments en Via
Porras, furnished, one and two
bedrooms, from $50.00 Phone 3 3-2568..
2568.. 3-2568.. t; :y. ;
FOR RENT Apartment on 50th t
atreet, final and Belisario Porrar
Avonue, San Francisco No. 38.
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur
nished apartment 446-47 Second
Ave. Bella Vista. M
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or room.' Clean and
independent.'' Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished aoart-
'Jnent for two snontre. Ave. Tivo-
II No. 21-54 Apto. No. 2.
FOR RENT: Army "inspected
furnished one bedroom apirt-.
menf, kitchenette, across Anton
bus atop. Phono 2-2CS1tJ
f OR RENT FurniiKad apart apartment
ment apartment In Vista Hermato with light
and gas. Tel. 1-3589.--
FOR RENTf Tw bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bathrooms,.
living-dlnlngroom. 48th street.
No. 27, Tel. 2-150.
- By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK,' June 28 (UPI)
lightweight contenders Johnny
Busso and Carlos Ortiz probably
will be rematched for Madison
Square Garden on Aug. 22 or 29 be
cause of the debate over busso s
split-veredict victory there last
night that tagged Carlos with his
first defeat, v
Whether an injury to Busso's
right fist would delay the return
bout was uncertain. New Yorker
Johnny said today,. J. hurt the
first two kunckles of my right
hand, in the fourth round and
if the pain doesn't go away by
tonight, I'll have x-rays taken."'
Managing director Harry Mark:,
son of the International Boxing
Club said, "the fight was so good
and so close, we d like a rematch
in late August."
Johnny weighed 137 1-2 pounds
for their TV 10-rounder; Ortiz 137.
Aangy busso, a v.5 unoeroog,
Came from behind with .long left,
right shots to the head to snap Mis
former ... schoolmate's unbeaten
string at 27. That streak had been
marred only by one no.decision af.
Tenth-ranked Busso's apparent
superiority in the seventh, eighth,
ninth and 10 rounds caused referee
Barney Felix and judge Bill Recht
to favor him with the same rounds
vote: 5.4.1. But judge Artie Schw.
artz had sixth.rated Ortiz ahead,
The United Press International
also favored Puerto Rico-bom Or Ortiz
tiz Ortiz 6-4 because of his superiority at
close quarters.-And a poll of 14
sports writers at the ringside show,
ed six for Ortiz, .three for Busso
and five even scores.- r
There were no knockdowns but
Carlos was staggered by a left left-right
right left-right to the chin in the eighth. Bus.
so .was well shaken by combina combinations
tions combinations to body and "head in- the sec
ond, fourth and fifth sessions bus.
so, 23, suffered slight cuts on his
nose and left brow. Ortiz 21, had
his left brow nicked in the sixth
round. -t '-'v.r.:;V'.!',:-.jr'-'"! ;: !'
Ortiz said. "No. I won't protest
the decision. What's the use? But
I know, I won the fight. I d have
won -it -going-a way-if -the-refwee
hadn't kept breaking us too fist."
It was Busso's 34th victory in 41
The crowd was estimated at 2,
200 and the frost gate $4,500.
INTERNAL. OE Pl'BLICAaON S-Nu
FSSifcRiA LUX feMral Av"nu.
MACU VANDRB?ISSi StrVrt No S3
Betida the Bella VbU Theatre.
' .... ..
. Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night,- The
new management is at your serv services.
ices. services. -: ) '' ; "' v.1 V
PHILLIPS Occanside Cottages
Santa Clara R da P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1 866. v
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed-,
rooms, 2 baths, living-dining-.
room, kitchen, garage, fenced -'
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
neighborhood. .- i
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
.in El Cangreio completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1167
1167 3-1167 or Cuba Avenue No. 29 29-08.
08. 29-08. FOR RENT.- 4 bedrooms chalet,
two baths, fenced garden, 97 St.
and Via Espana.
FOR RENT Furnishe'd chalet,
two bedrooms, etc. 61' Street,
Campo Alegre, Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: -Lara spacios room
en ground floor, 2 closets, bath-'
room., Suitable .for office or ba bachelor,
chelor, bachelor, fronting en 4th of July
Avenue. Building TI-132 Fourth I
of July Avenue. See janitor or
phone Hopkins,'' Balboa 2966.4;
FCa RENT: Comm .relal (orate
in Jujlo Arotemo.ni Ave. t a.
37-11, Cijpo"' CHito Key
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
: ; mlns, irom the heart ol
San Jose, Costa Rica
Complelelv modern conveniences In
, Suites and Bungalows, all with
private belh. Hot and cold, water.
- Price: $6 and $8 daily,
. i with, meals. .'
v Cosmopolitan kitchen
For reservations P. O. ";
" Box 4459
Manaierl Bill and Elenor Jaspers
July 3 to July 7"
Fidanque Travel Service
155 Central Avei
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
, ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
Alr-condittoned office-fit Na National
tional National Citr Bank Buildinc -7
La Exposlcion. Branch.
Call Ford Tel. 3-1211
'innm n mm OFFICES AT 13 37 "H"
DOMY-JSto AneaWAve. ... 33 St. 0 f AR-
?ARMAC1A U, HATURBO-Parque Let.vre I Street O FARMACIA SAS"VU P.rtM 1U O AOVEBADES ATHIS
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice; of equipment..,
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E 6 I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux i
Gun, Fins and Mask.:. $18.50.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J"' St. 13A-30 Tot. 2-1905.
NCR accounting-billing machine
with stand, almost new $950.;
Including service contract; ad-'
ding machino Burroughs 10 key'
electric 18 months old $200.
Call 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays,
-3-7367 Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: West inghouie re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, all porcelain, new 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle unit," $60.00; Electrolux
vacuum v cleaner, : attachments
$15.00; waffle iron; electric
iron;; toaster; 6 wicker chairs; :
2 metal dreier?, moderniied, 6-
foot stepladder; 5 Venetian
blinds; 1 wooden cabinet; miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous items. Balboa 3210,
791-D Tavernllla St.
FOR SALE: Radiotelephone
- equipment for fishing boat Or
, coast lino ships service. Call
Westrex Co. 3-1186.
: FOR SALE) Craftsman power
; tools air compressor, 1 957 Ford,
all day Saturday, other days after
3:00. House 0558-A, Chagrai
: St. Ancon. '::'
FOR SALE: Portait and com commercial
mercial commercial studio, operating in the
eme location for over 1 3 years.
Make me an offer.? 3 lit street
No. 6-71. Photo Wallace, Pa Panama
nama Panama City, j ' '''
Pierce 3rd Hurler
To Miss Perfect
Came On Last Out
'- CHCACO, Jurie 5S (UP)
T :iy Pierce of the C icago Whito
Sax is tfto tiiirj pi sr in bao.
fca,I d.klory tj nuari perfect
came yi'u'a twa out In the ninth
On July 4, 1908 George (Hooks)
Wiltse of the Giants lost e per.
feet game against the Phillies
when he hit pitcher George Mc.
Ouillen with two out In the ninth.
Wiltso went on to pitch a 10.
inning, 1.0 no.hitter. '- :
i .,, t ki (, j ,
On Aug. 5, 1932 Tommy Brldg.f
os of the Detroit Tigers also
pitched a perfect- game for 8
2.3 innningt only to have pinch,
hitter Dave Harris f nglo on
Bridges' first pitch to him. The
Tigers won,: 13-0, as Bridget rJi
tired the next barter for one
Nn o monv vears ogg ruu-
. ,Ui tntic onuoi
'OCtlviry new w-r
i SHOWING AT YOUR. SERVICE CENTER JL
"K THEATERS TODAY H
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
. Gia Scala in r
' ."DON'T GO NEAR
Cinemascope St Color!
George Mciitgomery ..
GUN DUEL IN,
1:30 3:50 -r 6:10 8:30
" ELIA KAZAN'S ;
' "A FACE IN THE CROWD"
? with ANDY GRIFFITH
Sunday t "THE HELEN MORGAN STORY"
P A R A I S O
6:15 & 7:35
CAMP BIERD i :15 & 1:10
Tom Ewell Anne Miller Ann Francis
"THE GREAT AMERICAN PASTIME"
STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO-J Street No. tt AGENCIAS
Rattan dinigroem table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1891, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-7367 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings. -'
FOR SALE21" Packard-Bell
, T.V, console. Used only 1 1
months. Phone Balboa 3323.
FOR SALE: 1 Chinese rug, 1
double bed spring and mattress,
1 high chair, 1 table. Phone 2-
2434, 1576-B Gavilan Road.
Call after 4 p.m. Monday to Fri Friday.
day. Friday. FOR SALE) Electric mangle
ironer 60 cycle, bamboo reclin reclin-in
in reclin-in j chair. Phone Balboa 4307.
FOR SALE 60 cycle Philco
automatic washer, 1 Va year old,',
excellent condition, available 7
or 8 July, $100.00. Reclining
type stroller, plastic seat; recently
repainted, $9, and bassinette with
mattress $5, available immedia immediately.
tely. immediately. Qtrs 64-B Ft. Kobbe, phone
FOR SALE: Dressing table and
mirror, -child's) dresser, baby crib,
dresser, night table, all metal,
:t law chairs, occasional table,
' miror top, various, other' maho mahogany
gany mahogany tables. Baby stroller, child's
bike. Call Balboa 2-3782. '
VIENNA (UPI) Bulgaria Fri.
day announced a purge of four
high Communist Party off icia's
that apparently was part of a
spreading campaign to smash TVI
toism in the Kremlin satellites, v
Eastern European affairs- exH
perts said as many as 50 high high-ranking
ranking high-ranking party, functionaries now
have been ousted from office in
Bulgaria, Romania and Czechoslovakia.;-
- : 5. 'v.- '.
In addition, tne International
Commission of Jurists at the
Hague,-Holland,- reported it has
received information on new trials
of Hungarian patriots in Budapest.
Three defendants were v saw to
have taken -refuee in the Yugo-
slav Embassy during the fcoviet
attack that smashed the 1356 Hun
earian revolution. ,v
Romania announced the ; purge
of central narty committee mem
bers Constantin Doncea and Taboc
Cotoveanu. Doncea. who doubled
as defense minister, "was expected
to lose that job.
Two alternate committee mem
officials were reprimanded,! ,:
officials were j reprimanded.
A communique from the central
committee broadcast by radio Bu.
charest, said all rwere guilty of
"repeated violation of party ano
state1 discipline." .
The communique appealed lor
"unity within the party,"-a state,
ment taken by experts in Vienna
to mean that various factions had
cropped up. y;v, xi -L'
Two weeks sgo, prominent Ro.
manian party functionary Ljuba
Chisinevski .was eliminated rom
her post as deputy chairman, o
the party control commission. Her
husband had been pureed from a
government post 13 months be.
;' Observers s a Ld they believed
the purges took place immediately
before and after Soviet Premier
Nikita S.. Khrushchev's ; I abrupt
trip to Bulgaria early this month.
3AMBOA r 6:15
. "HORSEMEN OF
.' THE SIERRA".
Fred MacMurray 1:15
DAY OF THE
MAR G A R I T A
' 6:15 & 8:20
. Jack Lemmcn'
M AD BALL"
Air Conditioned Show Time
Katharine Hepburn (
- in VistaVlslon!
(Also Showing Sunday)
Boats r Motors
Leaving Sunday for Sports Showe
and vacation in U.S. Sail entire
atock: boats, motors, trailers and
so forth. Reduced prices, ABER-
FOR SALE: Outboard runabout,
claisV'B" II ft. with 16 h.p.
Mercury motor. Tel. Navy 3027,
or see at 2513-C. Cocoli.
15 ft. Thunderbird fiber glass
"Chief" with top, windshield,
auto pilot steering, controls and
trailer. Also 17 ft. "Worrier" and
14 ft. "Panama, All fiber glass.
Reduced for quick sale. ABER ABER-NATHY.
FOR SALE: 15' Rough-water
beat and trailer. 1 8 h.p. John John-sen.
sen. John-sen. Diablo 5850 2-1588.
FOR SALE: 16 ft. beat with
tap. 40 h.p, mercury meter. Nave
Lbe seen at Naval Station Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. Will' demonstrate. Phono
Phone Navy 3575.. 4
FOR SALE- Small lot 300
square meters in Pasadena, near
National University. Very nice
neighborhood. Tel. 2-1790
Smith.. Cia. Cyrnot, S.A, ; '
iVeslliol Trying To
Ike Says In teller
: WASHINGTON,' June 28 (UPI)-I
rresident Elsenhower will indicate
this weekend in a letter to Rus
sia me u.a. uuuuae toward a
summit conference at a time
whene a si-west relations are at
a new low.
Informed sources fshj the new
U.S. letter to
"ft rp""'er Ni
' woi'lJ emphat
it c!.::rn thai
kiU S. I .'
tical'v re t'
the I :d!
'lug ki.: r i
111 1. v t a c
- t l..e
The source aid it woulu
vered in Moscow today or tomor tomorrow.
There was even some specula speculation
tion speculation the President might announce
he intends to end his long corre correspondence
spondence correspondence on the summit issue,
which began with a letter last De December
cember December from former nremier Ni
But the informants declined to
disclose details, of the letter 1 ex
cept to say. it was a rejection of
me nussian cnarge that the Wen
is trying to sabotage a v possible
summit meeting by proposrng an
unacceptable list of subjects for
The President told a new con
ference June 18 that the Soviet-
inspired execution of Hungarian
freedom leader Imre Nacy had
been "a great, setback to my
hopes" for' a summit eeting.
He added that he wanted to
have "serious discussion" with his
advisers before deciding whether
to continue his .v correspondence
ith Khrushchev. .,,
KAY STARR SEEKS DIVORCI
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) r Singer
Kay Starr filed suit -for divorce
yesterday from her fourth husb husband,
and, husband, George A. Mellen. She charg charged
ed charged him with cruelty.
NATO EXCIRCISE SLATED
NORFOLK. Va. (UPI1-A small.
scale NATO fleet exercise will be
neid in the eastern Atlantis July
2.5, Adm. Jerauld Wright. su.
preme allied commander Atlantic,
ouuuuuceu yesieraay ,
TO OUR ADVERTISERS: I
With a viev toward improving service and correcting
. irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has estahlihed a special
P1a.a. rllol T1 J
' en AV'MC S1H1 : A Jrt f
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTC8AL. Ci
FOR SALE Radiators, spare
parts for cars trucks, electrical,
plumbing fixtures, refrigerators,
heavy equipment parts and many
others at "SUPLIDORA CON CONTINENTAL".
TINENTAL". CONTINENTAL". Central Ave. 12. 12.-179
179 12.-179 c 13 Street.
FOR SALE: 2 hunting hounds.
One female almost 4 years, one
male son 15 mounrhs, both run running.
ning. running. Phone Balboa 4465.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred,
registered Doberman Pinschar
, pups. Write Uona Sears, Santa
, Ann Lattin School of Dance pre
aents Nancy Haynes instructing
classes in beginner and advanced
BATON TWIRLING AND
STRUTTING: Register June 30.
"'2 to 6 p.m. studio 2nd floor Co--cola
Paid To U::mploycd
Reach 1953 Low
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
number of jobless workers draw.
ing unemployment bene tils drop.
ped to a new lbw for 1958 during
tne week ended June 14. the
Labor Department reported today
The decrease) of 113; 000 to a
total of 2,704.600 also marked the
ninth, straight week in which the
number of unemployed workers
receiving- federal .Estate unem unemployment
ployment unemployment insurance had dropped.
However, thp report taid 32,000
persons were propped from the
rolls because fhey had exhausted
thur benefits. s k
T.e i l renorted the
J d.iri: ;
TiIeSDAY, JULYlst- 2 P.M.
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;fUN- FROLIC FAVORS
-'j ,.;.- '.7
of one of the finest
BEST SUITED FOR
We will appreciate your call which will enable us
i',,;,;.,.,!;'... to serve y ea .fcgMerX,;.
I-ninute car wasH $,
cleaninf of motor $S.rt f
cars $6. Auto-Bane, Trans-L..!
mian Highwav near Soars.1
SERVICE CALL S3 53
Radio, Hi-Fi. On the soot repair
r your set back in your horns in
24 hours. All services gua'a '.
U.S. trained technicians, C --fsrd
fsrd --fsrd Agencies. Phone 2-1 S.J.
Tivoli Avenue IS 20.
TELEVISION SERVICE I
.. Prompt service ...;.,...
..Honor parts varanry ...... t
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-JM2.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes. -all
work guaranteed. CALL MA MATERS
TERS MATERS 103 Colon. i:57 7.
: WANTED: House to rent with
four bedrooms (three acceptable)
August first, in Golf Heights, El
Cangrajo, Bella Vista or Campo
Alegre. Calle 2-1956 to 4:30
WANTED Canal Zone postal
cards for period 1904 to 1924
Club and Lodge Notices. Order
f Kangroos, Incaa, Society of
Chagres, etc, Box 12 Balboa
WANTED: American family
desired unfurnished three baa baa-room
room baa-room chalet or apartment in good
neighborshood place.' Call J y
4619 between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
June 21. It said this was a drop
of 13,800 under the previous weelt
and the lowest number of claims
for any week since mid-Novem.
ber last year. M
The department said, however,
that the number of new-claims
"was substantially higher" than a
year ago. ... ..
1 decline In benefit rolls was"
at ,uted chiefly to seasonal in.,
crta in .outdoor jobs. (
C the atciS
I md Jk ki I
P.M. ; ;
pictures of the year: 1
for prompt attention
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(This U House Ceneurrent Re Re-solution
solution Re-solution 20S, presented by Rep.
Oaniol J. Flood (D-Pe.) and now
ponding before the Houst, which
tho' DAR resolution SouomV to
: support.) ':y ''';
Whereas there is now being
strongly urged in certain quarters
of the world the surrender, by the
United States, without reimDurse reimDurse-mpnt.
mpnt. reimDurse-mpnt. of the Panama Canal, to the
United Nations or to some otner
International organization lor v the;
Miunh n and ODerauon m iue
canal; and '' ';
Whereas tho United States,' at
tho expense of its taxpayers and
wndor, and fully relying on, trea treaty
ty treaty agreements, constructed the
Canal, and since its completion,
at large expenditure, has maint maintained
ained maintained -nd operated it and provid provided
ed provided for its protection and defense
' and -''- .W"-''.' ''ir;'-''-t
Whereas the United States, fol following
lowing following the construction of the Ca Canal
nal Canal has since maintained, operated,
and protected it in strict confor conformity
mity conformity with treaty retirements and
agreements, and has thus made H
free, without' restriction or quali qualification,
fication, qualification, for the shipping of.; the
-ntir wnrid: and. in consequence
of which, with respect to the can
al and the uanai zone, evei jubi
and equitable consideration lavors
the continuance of the United
States of the United States in the
exercise of all the rights and au authority
thority authority by treaty provided, and in
the discharge of the duties by trea treaty
ty treaty imposed: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved W the House of Re Representatives
presentatives Representatives (the Senate concur concurring).
ring). concurring). That ;f X" ''''V Y V,'
(1) It is the sense and judge judgement
ment judgement of tho Congress that tho
United Statos should not, In any
' wise, surrender to any other gov gov-rnment
rnment gov-rnment or .authority Its juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction over,; and control of, tho
Canal Zone, and its ownership,
control, management, mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, operation, and protection
of tho Panama Canal, m accord accord-anco
anco accord-anco with existing treaty provi-
' .inn( and that - ; i-
- (2) It is to the best interests r r-not
not r-not only of the United States, but,
. wp11 f all nations and peoples
- that all the powers, duties, au authority,
thority, authority, and obligations of tht U U-,4
,4 U-,4 cfot in the uremises be
continued in accordance wth exit
ing treaty provisions.
The Daughters of the American Revolution and the" Women of the Pan-American Round Tdble in Panama have
been debating the 'issue of Canal Zone sovereignty by mail,' and none other than Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D.-Pa.) .has
inserted the exchange into the Congressional Record. It was Flood-sponsored House Conccurrent Resolution 205
which sparked the women's correspondence.
, In inserting the letters into the Congressional Record, Flood said of the DAR's piece: "The responsive letter
of the DAR is admirable' in its brief discussion of these (sovereignty) rights and is invested with a fine-spirit of
kindness and understanding. Believing as I do that the National Society, DAR, acted with the highest motives of
patriotism and informed judgment, I am grateful for this manifestation. 1
- "In conclusion it may be said that DAR organizations, both national and state, have been throughout the'
years splendidly militant and patriotic. In these fields they have been leaders and not followers. Moreover they
have never hesitated to take a stand ort questions affectin g the welfare" of our nation or the world at large'
: )" ;,: As a starter to this back-slapping, the DAR letter re leasing the correspondence to Flood said: "May I DAR
'Official 'Mary Barclay Erb) take this opportunity. Congressman Flood, to commend you for the extraordinarily able
presentations you have made to the Congress and the nation on the vitally important question of Panama Canal
sovereigntyvYour splendid addresses have been a source of great inspiration among our members,i not only in
Pennsylvania, but also throughout the nation.
Pan-American llound Table To DAR
DAR To Pan-Accricnn Rcjnd Jzhh
To Exfcess Radiation
Out Of Hos
i OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (UPI) -Thfoo
f Aisht men; who were, ex.
. n excessive dosage of
.iiiit.iAn In' an accident nearly
two weeks ago were released
from the hospital today. f : i
An Atomic Energy Commission
spokesman; said live other men,
who were exposed to a greater
, degree of radiation, remained in
, the Institute of Nuclear Studies
- Th accident- occurred June 18
at the Y12 olant at Oak Ridge
"when some enriched uranium was
dumped into a container proauc.
ing a nuclear reaction. t
The three men who' were re
leased today never showed symp.
! tomss of i radiation effect.. They
were asked, to go to the hospital
for rest, study and observation.
The five still in v the hospital
showed some damage to the bone
marrow, the blood cell-producing
tissue,.' but the AEC -said .they
were doing very wel' and were
allowed to stay v out of, bed; -;
FALLS ON HEAD -ft &"''"'?
BRIGHTON, England (UPI)
Three year old Ronald Bates
looked but of his bedroom "window
at ,tne piras uying rrom tree to
tree. He climbed .to the windowsill,
flapped his arms and took He
landed on his head on; the lawn
12 feet below. He suffered .only
TODAY! 75 m
1:30, 3:25, 5:20, T:05 9:00 p.mN
Tot uttie caesarf
rr Zmt Than Scarface!
f r-rJ3 Than Cinrfor!
The local press has- recently in
formed the citizens of this country
a netition. supposedly address
ed by you to your government, to
the effect that if (the (the United
States Government) should, once
and for all, state absolute sover sovereignty
eignty sovereignty of the United States in the
Panama Canal Zone. ;
'-..The effect of mis news item
has been not anly one of produe-
Ing profound amaiement among
the peopla who are wall inform inform-d
d inform-d about the relations between
our countries,, but also of pro.
yoking a state of alarm in. the
public opinion In general.'::;1
. We the Women of the Pan-
American Roundtable of Panama
who are a part of that public
opinion and who also regard our
selves as belonging to tne group
of persons who are students of in
ter-American relations, have been
doubly surprised by your attitude
and are especiauy concerneu as
to tne consequences fnat may aer aer-ive
ive aer-ive therefrom. ,;
You know full well that the sun.
ect of absolute, sovereignty of the
United States in the Panama '..an
al Zone is a unilateral interpreU
tion. which the government of your
country has from 1903 to date car-
ed to give to arucies u ana ui oi
the Canal Convention, ; especially
to article III which provides that
"jhe Republic of Panama grants
the United States of America all
rights,, power, and authority in the
zone, mentioned and described in
HIUCIB IX Ul villi luurciiuuu, niur
n the limits of all auxiliary lands
and waters, mentioned and de
scribed in said article II, which
the United States of America
would exercise if it were the sov
ereien of the territory in which
said lands and Waters are situat'
ed. with the total exclusion of the
Republic of Panama, in the exer
cise oi those rights, power,' and au
s And. you also know that the cri
terion of the Republic of Panama
in this, respect has, since the be
ginning of the negotiations, been
persistently contrary w vnai inter
pretation: .,that is to say, our com.
try has held that, if it is true
that ancle 11 of he convention
confers upon the United States the
use, occupation, and control ot, a
lone of land, and of land covered
by water, thar nght of use u urn-
ited precisely to the five purposes
wmcn are mentioned t n e r e i n,
namely, "for the : construction,
maintenance, operation, sanitation,
and protection of said enterprise";
and that -Panama has not thereby
relinauished. the right of use and
enjoyment of., tne zone m connec
tion with otner activities not .in .included
cluded .included in thost mentioned.
"And it mav therefore 'enjoy.
iointlv with the United. States, the
right to use the zone as its own
territory, provided tnat oy so do doing
ing doing the functioning and operation
of the canal will not be disturbed."
The criterion of Interpretation
by) neither of the contracting
parties has changed .regarding
this point, from 1903 to date; that
Is to say,- in more than half a
century of relations and negotia
tion!. And throughout that period
tho United States of America has
respected the criterion of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, and has not triad to take
by force that which in law and
Justice does not belong to it.
' On the contrary,- a modus oper operandi
andi operandi of collaboration and muual
understanding has developed along
with that convention, which serv
es as an indication of the harmoni
ous human relations of good-neigh-
borliness between these two civi
lized peoples. :,
. Well, then That which precisely
worries us Women of the Pan-Am
erican Roundtable and makes our
hearts heavy with apprehension is
the fact that it should have been
precisely an organization of dis
tinguished women to suggest, dur
ing the present period of trial for
the democracies of the world, an
attitude and method so at vari variance
ance variance with the universal principles,
of a genuine democracy.; i
If your petition is : heeded by
your Government, the free world
would be confronted by the clear
est evidence of a state of mind of
the American people, and of a
state of mind of the American peo
ple, and of a state of potential
weakness which no one as yet oar
ed to accept a real. i, -Because
it Is a (fact that the U U-nited
nited U-nited States democracy hat at attracted
tracted attracted to itself tho inquisitive
glances of the entire free world
over since tho first torts In space
bv tho Russians. v?r.'-i.':!4,'..".!':''
being observed, it fg being studied,
it hinges on the slightest reaction
to world events.
I Any step in the wrong direction,
j any sjgn of weakness, woma de destroy
stroy destroy the faith and uust which tho
free world. has vested in tne
world's richest nation i material
resources, and tne most yauam
nation as to spiritual -enleve
Ar vmi in re distinguished
Daughters of the American Revol Revol-ution,
ution, Revol-ution, that, by' your petition to the
Government of your country, you
may not be weakening the cause
of democracy ana inai you may
not be endangering tne prestige of
your democracy, your tradition as
1 La.J.m' n n rl a
a peopie loving uecuum auu in inspecting
specting inspecting human dignity?1
Tn the name of tranquility in
the free world and because of the
prestige of the land of, Washing-
ton. Jefferson, and uncow, we
are making this appeal tv your
For the Women of the Pan-Ant'
erican Roundtable of Panama:
Dr. Elsa Mercado, Chairman.
House OX's Repeal
Of Three Percent
Tax On Freight
WASHINGTON. (UPI) -The
House stamped final congression.
i unnrnvni vesteraav ion legisla
tion repealing a 3 per cent freight
tax that 'goes into me cost m v-
awOtinar'' va us.'V:.-i- i'"A ,f
; -hi wn. was sentto tbe White
House by a vote of 86i to It
also extends r for ahother year
present tax rates on corporations,
nassencer fares, whiskey, beer,
cigarettes' ; and automobiles.; ;
. WHhnut rnnffTPBsional a 1 1
th rato would have dropped
next Monday with a consequent
loss to the Treasury of about 2V4
billion dollars year,
n,' trM'Ux repeal will cut
485 million dollars. It was added
by the Senate to the bill original,
lv passed by the House and re.
fninpri nv a iomi conieieuce i-uui
mitteeK which worked out the fi.
nal version."--': ,j-;,t,. 'S'T
Chairman Wilbur- D. Mills (D,
krv v ftf the tax writintf House
Ways and Means Committee told
the House ne- sun leu any, m
cuts wte inadvisable. , at this
point." j I
' But. If any tax cut Is justified,
h .niri thn freisht. tax is it De-
mm it "eoes into tne cosi oi
..ivf)iliii un nan."
, Rpij Richard M. Simpson (R
Pa.) said the repeal, approved by
h Senate Thursday, should
"bring a pickup m tne ireigm
business and reduce the cost of
uunga wapbjwb .
j But. Mill warned that the gov-
ernment would operate "at leSst
is- wilion dollars in the red", in
the fiscal year starting next Tues
flav i 1
He said any tax cut adds to the
public debt and predicted Con.
orost wnii in nave w raw uic
dht limit aeain before it ad-
Journs ihis year.
Deny Soviet Charge
Rocket Reached US
Dear Dr. Mercado:
Your letter of April 18, 1958 with
respect to the resolution of the
67th Continental Congress of the
Daughters of the American Revol
ution concerning the Panama Can
al was read with the greatest in
terest.- -;'.:;;;:.'...- ';? r:-'.; o
Though a 'comprehensive reply
to the questions raiired by you
would be too long for a letter,
soma important angles should be
You must realize that the U-
nited States would never have
undertaken, the construction.
maintenance, operation, sanita
tion, and protection of the Pa
nam a Canal except for the ex express
press express grant of exclusive sover
eignty over the Canal Zone tor
It was undoubtedly recognized
by the 1903 treatymakers, both Pa
namanian and North American,
that divided jurisdiction would be
continuing cause ot controversy
It was to obviate such a situation
that complete and exclusive sov
ereignty provisions in favor of the
United states were written into the
Under these provisions and hi
harmony with their clear meaning.
the United States undertook with
great success the construction of
the Canal and ever since has con
tinued to operate and maintain it,
with like success.
(ThU resolution, adopted by
the 67m Continental Congress,
National Society, Daughters of
the American Revolution, in A A-pril,
pril, A-pril, inspired, the Pan-American
Round Table letter to the DAR.)
' PANAMA CANAL
Whereas widespread propaganda
of Communist origin has been, and
Still is, aimed at the international internationalization
ization internationalization of the Panama Canal aud
the wresting of its ownership and
control from the United Sta.es of
America; and ;
' WrtafAoe varlital alorvi onf O fn iho
I Republie of Panama are carrying
uu iiuvt iuu niKur yiuvucauve
propaganda on behalf of fantastic
demands for (a) further, and lm
possible annuity and other, bene
fits, and (b) the impairment and
practical destruction of the abso
lute and exclusive sovereignty, in
atahilitv that ta IndfsnpniaMit for Perpeiuuy, m u umieu ;iiaieS oi
r 1 America over the
WASHINGTON : (UPI) Two
American scientists said, today the
rocket :l which accompanied tne
first : Russian : sputnik pronaoiy
- rinum in outer MoneOlU
Russia's backyard, and not in
U.S. territory, as Soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev has claimed
They said their calculations,
hascd on observations of the rock.
et during its last days, show It
"could not have fallen during its!
last oass over the "continental!
United States, nor in fact for sev
eral passes thereafter." M
The statements were maae oy
Robert Jastrow nd Ian Harris,
physicists working for the JJaval
Research Laboratory, in an srti-
cle in Science Magazine.
At a diplomatic4 receptijn in
MowcoW' last Dec. 6, Khrushchev
kaid Dart of the third.stage 'rocket
that' launched Russia's first earth
satellite "fell on the U.S. Dec.
1, "but they do not want to give
it back to us'-
If the 1903 treatymakers had
inslited on inclusion of provi provisions
sions provisions for joint sovereignty, the
United States would never have
accepted tho treaty nor under
taken the vast project.
Moreover, the united Mates trea
tymakers would never have risk-
ed the money of its taxpayers jv
less Panama had granted in per'
petuity free and unhampered ao
uon in uiese mauers. i
Now, dear, Madame l President,
In all this there was no policy or
desire to injure the. Government
or people or ranama. s .-
it was solely tor tne paramount
purpose of construction the : great
waterway and for its subsequent
maintenance end operation for the
benefit of both Panama and the
United States, and the world at
large 'i,i.4 ,.;, j.
Do you not know that U the Sec
urity of the Panama Canal en
terprise had not been thus ground
ed that the Isthmian venture would
have been located et Nicaragua
or at some, other point? W' c
Do you not realiu that if the
Panama Canal or its manage management,
ment, management, in whole or in part, ever
becomes a political asset to Pa
name, its operation and mainte maintenance
nance maintenance would be greatly hamper hampered
ed hampered or impaired with tragie re-'
suits to your own country, the
United States, and all other na
tions? :: t, ; .-
Further 1 than this, do you
also realize that except for the
nama Canal enterprise, Panama
would never have survived as 1 a
free and independent state, and
would undoubtedly have been te-
occupied by Colombia? i
In view w tneto realistic con conditions
ditions conditions end considerations, ft
does teem most unwise that your
fine organisation, for purely sen
timental end unrealistic Ideas,
; should insist upon 1 1 1 u s e r y
claims of sovereignty with re respect
spect respect to tha Canal Zone .and Pp Pp-'
' Pp-' name Canal. rit,li
Undoubtedly, the recent most
sad and tragic events in Panama,
precipated by students, furnish the
strongest evidence ot the .wisdom
of the 1903 treatymakers for .in
cluding the already-mentioned sov
ereignty provisions m perpetu ty:
for they provide the conditions of
the success of the enterprise,
The fanama Canal has brought
benefits of outstanding character
to Panama and its' people, and
these benefits will grow with the
years. ... -':'. -' wj
The people of the United States,
ever since, they undertook to build
the Canal, have entertained the
deepest affection for Panama and
its people.- .. .- : ; v
JNever has there been any move movement
ment movement in the United States to or
ganize hostility against Panama
or its people because of matters
of difference between the t w o
We believe that our Govern Government
ment Government has been fully generous in
its dealings with Panama and
wo deploro any organized effort
by radical groups in your coun country,
try, country, which' may well bear some
taint of communism, to Ineito
tho hatred of the United States
end its citizens through insistent
'demonstrations and propaganda.
We consider that four recent ad
dresses in the Congress, on March
26, April 2, June 9, and' June 17,
1958, by Rep. Darnel J. Flood, of
Pennsylvania, adequately cover the
sovereignty question, and' enclose
copies for youv
We feel, too, .that, when th$ peo
ple ot ootn fanama and the unit united
ed united States learn more of the his
tory of the Panama Canal that
there will be better understanding
xinauy, waaame msiden:, we
must not be enemies but must
be., and ever remain, friends. With
assurances of our f highest respect
ami esteem, we remain, v
i Sincerely yours; ' v
Mary Barclay Erb
To Mom Idles
PAKSTAN COW DEPLETION
DACCA, East Pakistan (UPI)
The cow population of East Pak,
lstan, ls p danger of depletion be.
rause of disease, religious sacri
fices and slaughtering for food.
Agricultural experts estimate that
at least 600,000 head of cattle are
Ucathcr Or Kcl
...s ..V'.,. ,f.',': tfe.
This weather report for tbe 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, in
prepared by the Meteorolotical
and Ilydrographic Branch bl the
Panama Canal Company: r
Low .. ft?
(max. mph) SW-7
RAIN (Inches) T
(Inner harbors) 85
: BALBOA .TIDES L
SUNDAY, JUNE Z1
1:47 a.m. 7:59 a.m.
titS pjn,.:,t v. ; S:k3 p-m
acquired territory of the .Canal
Zone, and over the Panama Can Canal,
al, Canal, constructed at the expense of
the American taxpayer and maint
ained and operated by the United
States of America on terms of e-
quahty for all nations as required
by treaty; ana j
Whereas these sinister and de
magogic agitations nave, as their
purpose, the liquidation or iatai
weakening of sucn sovereignty, al
together indispensable lor t n e
maintenance operation, .and pro
tection of the Canal, and this with
out the slightest suggestion ot re
imbursement to the United States
of America for its vast investment
in the Canal enterprise: Re it
RESOLVED: That the 67th Con
gress, National Society, Daughters
of the American. Revolution res
pectfullv. but most earnestly,, urge
upon the Congress ot the uniteu
States of America the prompt pas
sace of House Concurrent Resolu
tion 205, now pending, which has
for its purpose tne reamrmation
of the complete and exclusive sov sovereignty
ereignty sovereignty in perpetuity of the Unit
ed States of America over the Can
al Zone and Panama Canal in ac
cord with basic treaty agreements.
tJvviJ i -'fx;
Vocotion is the time .mon
quits doing whot his boss wants
md does what his wife wonts.'
tT. COL. THOMAS M. B. HICKS. "USARCARI3 : Information
Officer, left, presents a certificate of achievement from Brig.
Gen.' Milton Lr. Ogden,, deputy commanding; general USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB to Maj Richard P.: Taffe, executive officer of USAR-
CARIB Information Office. Taffe and his family will leave
ior the United States on the USNS: Goethals on Monday. Thel
major has; been assigned as, a student to the General staff!
and Command College at Fort Leavenworth. (U.S. Army Photo)
LCUrzrxCIIAI.'J C.OX: .1 Vuirxg tp a storm, t...s e
1 mental heart pump consumes cigarettes at superchain-r aoking
speed in Minneapolis, Minn. Nonsmoker Dave Sutton, a Minneapolis-Honeywell
engineer, lights up another for the vora voracious
cious voracious machine in a sealed room where- designs for electronic
Bircleaning equipment are tested. It would remove stale-'"
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GENEVA. Switzerland (UPI)
The.: American scientific delega-l
tion to the atomic inspection talks
opening here Tuesday arrived yes.
terday wondering whether the us.
sians would attend.
Tbe Kremlin continued to. keen
the world guessing.
the boviet Union indicated ear
lier this week that it would with withdraw
draw withdraw from the conference unless
the United States and Britain
agreed in advance to suspend nu i
clear tests--a pledge the Western;
natrons refused to make.
However. United Press Interna-1
tional correspondent Henry sha-i
piro said in Moscow the Soviets
njected a new no.e of confusion
over their intentions Friday by
publishing .the name of the Ro Romanian
manian Romanian member of the Soviet
delegation. The government news
paper Izvestia identified him as
Horia Hulubei, director of the Ro Romanian
manian Romanian Institute of Atomic Phy
The three top American scien
tists to arrive yesterday were Dr.
James B. Fisk, chairman of the
U. S. ; delegation, and Drs. Robert
F. Bacher and Dr. Ernest O. Law
Fisk issued a statement at the
airport on behalf of the entire
group. It said:
- We have come to Genevai pre
pared to' enter into serious scien
tific and technical talks on the
detection and identification of nu
clear tests. ; in accordance with
the agreements which our govern
ments had reached over the past
few weeks. We trust that the Rus
sians will do likewise."
Fisk said he thought the west
ern delegations, Britain, France,
Canada and the United States,
would hold some meetings even
if the Russians,-' Czechs and Poles
were absent. However, he said
there was no definite plan as yet,
Breaks Off Lines
. LONDON (UPI)-Actor Charles
Laughton broke off in the midd'e
of his lines during "The rarty"
in the West End's New Theater
Thursday night when a heckler in
the audience swung into action.
Laughton held up his hands and
stopped the show. "We will have
that troublesome fellow out he
The heckler was hustled out of
the theater. Laughton waved to
the audience. "I'm sorry," he
laughed, "someone, seems to have
been upset by the schizophrenia in
Laughton takes the part of
drunken father in the play.
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