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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1958
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0KE FOB EACH MlflpE IN THE UNION Company DTth AM j1: f
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Canal Gets Moving On Replacement
Of Panama City Railroad Facilities
France Field Quarters
Being Transferred to PC
The transfer of approximately 390 acres of land and a num
ber of quarters and miscellaneous buildings at France Air Force
Base from tbe Caribbean Air Command to the Panama Canal
Company and Canal Zone Government has been announced
simultaneously by the two organizations. f
The area lies east of Randolph Road, north of Coco Soli to;
it contains a residential area known as "Gold Hill," where IS
single family houses and seven two-family houses are located.
. This area, originally built to house top military officials, was
occupied temporarily by Panama Canal personnel between August
1950 and June 1953.
All of the Gold Hill quarters are two-story masonry struc structures,
tures, structures, some of on-the-ground construction and others elevated
on concrete pillars.
Rehabilitation wrok including in
stallation of vinyl tile flooring in
kitchens and pantries and com
plete exterior painting, will be
started at once.
The first of the quarters will not
be ready for occupancy until a a-bout
bout a-bout September, but all of the a a-partments
partments a-partments will be advertised on
Bids are- now being solicited by
the Panama Canal Company for
the construction of new terminal
facilities in the Canal Zone for the
Panama Railroad to replace the
extensive installations in Panama
City which are to be transferred
to the' Republic of Panama.
The bids are scheduled to be
opened the afternoon of July 25
in the Administration Building at
According to tho specifications
' Issued this week, tho work will
consist essentially of tho con construction
struction construction of a one-story concre concrete
te concrete block and stool frame pass passenger
enger passenger station which will bo loc located
ated located on Shaler Rood adjacent
to tho Zone boundary and tho
conversion of tho former Tlvoli
Commissary Into a freight term terminal.
Also included in the contract is
the relocation of the existing fence
and the installation of a new one
construction of new asphalt sur surfaced
faced surfaced access roads and prepara preparation
tion preparation so sfubgrade for the railroad
The actual relocation of the ex ex-Utinp
Utinp ex-Utinp railroad tracks, which will
terminate at the Zone boundary
near the present Central Avenue
grade crossing, and tbe construc construction
tion construction of new tradks, will be done by
the Panama Canal Company.
The existing main track will be
used for the passenger station but
it will be necessary to install train
and access tracks to the new
freight' station, in addition to the
one access track already in place.
Tho tracks serving tho freight
house will cross Gaillard High Highway
way Highway between Tivoly Crossing
and Frangipani Street, running
along the boundary to tho near
of the commissary building and
crossing tho recently opened
street in Panama joining Frangi
pani Street north of Gaillard
The new passenger station will
be a building 100 by 20 feet, of
steel framing and concrete block
The station will have an express
and baggage room, ticket and
work room, a waiting section, and
It will be connected with a con
crete platform, 455 feet in length
with some 380 feet covered by
aluminum roofing and steel fram
Vehicular access to the station
will be by an access road from
Until End Of Month
Arthur J. O'Leary, assistant
comptroller, will act as comptrol
ler in addition to his regular dut duties
ies duties during the absence of Philip
L. Steers, Jr., comptroller, and
pending the return of Stephen V.
N. Powelson, deputy comptroller,
it has been announced at Balboa
Steers wil leave the Isthmus
July 9 for Washington, D. C. where
he will attended the quarterly meet
ing of the Panama Canal board of
directors. After completing other
official business, he will remain
in the United States until Septem
ber on vacation.
Powelson, who is now In Europe
on vacation trip, will return to
the Canal Zone at the end of July
After his return, he will act as
New RP Telephone
Out On Monday
Various innovations, have been
introduced in the 1958 edition of
the PanamarColon telephone dir directory,
ectory, directory, it was announced today:
The Fuerza y Luz Co., having
contracted the services of Propa Propaganda
ganda Propaganda S. A, for the distribution
of the new direetory and the col
lection, of the dd ones will begin
to iiirculatJmnW Rectory on
The net telephone; hook has
been printed oat a special type of
paper which is recomerided by
oculists and leading telephone
companies in the U.S. and Cana Canada.
da. Canada. Last year's directory was
printed on a paper which gave
off reflections due to its highly
The format of the new direct directory
ory directory is larger, making it possible
to increasse the size and clearness
of the type. Names and addres
ses, as well as numbers, are now
much easier to locate.
Another improvement In the
book is its binding: instead of a
stapled bound publication. This
year's directory is "book-bound"
in such a way that it will stay
opened when one turns to a part particular
icular particular page.
This new edition, which Includ Includes
es Includes more than 8000 changes of
names, addresses, and numbers
has a classified section known as
"the yellow pages". The white
pages of the book represent sub subscribers
scribers subscribers of Panama City while the
green ones pertain to Colon. Num Numbers
bers Numbers of Las Cumbres follow Pa Panama
nama Panama in the white pages while
those of Tocumen are in the last
The directory offers other in
formation such as: instructions
regarding the use of automatic
telephones, radio telegraphic rat rates
es rates for International calls and in instruction
struction instruction for the use of the same
distances of the Inter-American
Highway schedules of launches
to Taboga; Panama Railroad
schedule; tables for computing
income tax; rates for long dist distance
ance distance calls and other data of gen
the next regular quarteis vacan vacancy
cy vacancy bulletin.
Employes who are ihterstd in
these quarters will be reonesteri
to notify the Cristobal Housing Of
fice in writing not later than Ju July
ly July 15.
The ten on-the-ground, single single-family
family single-family houses have a large living
room, p-intry, laundry, kitchen ad
servant's room on the first floor.
There is also a covered oarnort.
The second floor of these houses
contains three bedrooms and two
The remaining five single-family
houses have four bedrooms, are
elevated on concrete nillars anH
have about 2400 square feet of
floor space. In this type house.
me servant s room and carport
are on the ground level, or "base "basement."
ment." "basement." The two-family houses are also
elevated on, concrete pillars. In
these nouses families live side by
side, i.e., each family has an tip tip-stairs
stairs tip-stairs and downstairs.
Maid's room and carport are
provied on the ground level for
Each of thpse anartmenft h
three bedrooms and contains a-
bout 1600 square feet of living
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Of Free Beer,
1300 Hot Dogs
COMMANDER of the Ameri American
can American Legion canal Z,one, a. J.
Gauvin, addressed a lart.;e
gathering at the Amenean
Legion Club at Fort Amador
yesterday. In his speech, he
said, "Clearly, what is needed
today perhaps more than
ever before is to giva t-.very
individual, every community,
a new urge for participation.
(U.S. Army Photo)
The Glorious Fourth was celebrated in the Cnal
Zone yesterday with free beer, fireworks and flags, ttfti ttfti-sands
sands ttfti-sands turned out to watch impressive parades of serSfi-
men, vererans ana yourn organizations on both sidfSvpf
the Isthmus as 48-gun salutes boomed out from Forf Gu Gu-lick,
lick, Gu-lick, Fort Clayton and ort Amador.
Police report that Independence Day was completely
uneventful from their viewpoint. Despite fairly heavy "traf "traffic,
fic, "traffic, no accidents were reported and criminals took a holi holiday
day holiday too.
In Balboa celebrations centred round the American
Legion Club where there were official ceremonies aid a
lunch and free beer all day.
A Diece nf roncrpt.p nhmit tho
size of a brick and with two mi-rio.
ly written messages attarherl was
through the display window of (he
U&1& imrary in Via Espana last
night. The us emhassv nrnmnll
protested to the Panama Foreign
uttice, taking the missile and the
notes along as evidence. Foreign
Minister Miguel J. -Moreno Jr. ex expressed
pressed expressed the government's regrets.
Representatives of both Panama
and the US said the incident would
have no effect on the bassically
good relations existing between
the two contries.
METERS FOR LONDON
LONDON fUPIl TinHnn mn
torists today braced for their
first experience with the parking
meter. The first meters will ap appear
pear appear on the streets of the May May-fair
fair May-fair section tomorrow. Motorists
will have to pay sixpence (seven
cents) i for an hour's parking.
Eventuallv. meters will he in
stalled along 28 streets in the
AUnARTt THE 9. CONSTITU
TION AT SEA (UPl) Former
President Harry S. iruman
helped this American luxury liner
to live un to its name on this
He delivered a patriotic Fourth
of July speech about the U.S.
Constitution that was heard by all
the 1,500 passengers and crew crewmen
men crewmen aboard the ship, one day out
of Europe en route to New York.
An American Export Lines
spokesman said no one could re recall
call recall any shipboard occasion in
which such an illustrious passen passenger
ger passenger had participated.
July 4 observances on the ship
usually are limited to religious
services in the movie theater.
But anticipating a big turnout to
hear the former President, o'fi o'fi-cers
cers o'fi-cers arranged to hold the pro program
gram program in the Constitution Lounge,
the largest lounge on the ship.
Truman's remarks also were
carried on the ship's public ad address
dress address system, which meant they
reached every part oi tne vessel,
even the engine room, where
men were hard at work.
The title of his 10-minute ad address
dress address was "The Effect of the
Declaration of Independence and
the Constitution of the United
States on the World."
"These documents have become
the basis and foundation of many
improved world governments and
improved ways of life," Truman
The Constitution is due in New
York July 9. Truman and his
wife, Bessr and Judge and Mrs.
Samuel Rosenman are returning
home after a European vacation.
Trincipal speaker o the daj was
A. J. Gauvin, Commander d the
American Legion Canal Zone De.
He said the spirit of Independ Independence
ence Independence Day had become the most
vital force in American life.
But he had some biting words
to say about Americans today..
Thexfjgliftd-Jbecot-t g spectators in
governnnSp and he philsojophy of
"letvJaclfefdo it" had become a
"lYiirintf rornni mnnthc Hatiwl
in said, "we have shuddered at
the very real and grim possibility
of a depression, viewed with al alarm
arm alarm the increasing reductions in
force locally, and lack of work
nationally yet how many of us
have made any effort to help the
Ha said that Americans "threw
up their hands in awa and jump jump-ad
ad jump-ad into a mental foxho'e whan
Russia launched its Sputnik 1
and have dona the same with
added new avidanca of Commu Communist
nist Communist scientific and military might.
Yet they had done little or no nothing
thing nothing to, give the grvernment an
unqualified mandate to meet the
challenge regardless of the cost.
He called lor "aggressive Amer Americanism"
icanism" Americanism" to make the nation in invincible
vincible invincible and make the "birthday
of the United States mark the
birth of freedom for men every everywhere
where everywhere in the world."
Tha day was cool, slightly clou cloudy
dy cloudy and tha routes of march for
parades on both tha Atlantic and
Pacific sides of tha Zona ware
A parade on the Pacific side got
underway at 10:30 a.m. at Balboa.
With veterans organizations, Boy
and Girl Scout units, and the 776th
Air Force Band, members of the
Armed Forces in the Canal proud,
ly marched from Lawrence John,
son Place, merging around the
Goethals Monument and onto Bal.
Grand marshal for the Balboa
festivities was Col. Alphonse A.
Greene, chief of the Military Mis.
sions Section, USARCARIB. Tn the
parade was a platoon from tbe 21st
Battle Group, ?ot', infantry; a pla pla-toon
toon pla-toon from the 15th Naval District;
a platoon o' Marines; a platoon
from Albrook Air Force Bas: and
the massed colors representing all
me Armeo jjorces in the Canal
Zone. n v
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i Ther ware Ohm mMk 1
from Balboa High School units
rrm rne mencan Legion and
tha Legion Auxiliary, Veterans
or roreign Wars and auxiliary,
Disabled American Veterans, w.
nits of Air Scouts, Bey Scouts
and Girl Scouts.
Following the parade in Balboa,
there was the-official cercmonv
and buffet lunch at he Amencaa
Legion Hall at Fort Amador. Ther
were games for the children in an
area adjacent to the Legion club
movies at the Diab'o Service Cenl
ter, all well attended by both Zo.
nians and citizens of the Republic
At 5 p.m. Panama Bombero'i
hand gave a concert in the circle
opposite the Balboa Serves Cen.
ter. And a basketball game b:
tween AJbrook Air Force Base and
Carta Vieja was held at Balboa
gym. The 776th Air Force Band
played at the game.
On the Atlantic side, a parade
startad at the Knights of Colum Colum-bus
bus Colum-bus Hall in Margarita and pro.
ceaded to South Mergarita where
there was a flag reising at :3
a.m. Following tha ceremony.
Gov. William Potter gave an
Independence Day address.
At 10 a.m. there were ride's,
games and athletic events for the
children, all sopnsored by thp In.
dependence Day Celebration Com.
mittee of South Margarita. At 2:30
p.m. there were free movie for
the children at the Margarita Serv.
ice Center. At the same time there
were adult athletic events, boat
racing, water skiintr anH nun
house at the Yacht Club. arjr'TM
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ELEMENTS of the 1st Marine Guard Detachment at Rodman march PBat the reviewing stand during Independence Day cere
monies and parade at Balboa yesterday. (U.S. Navy Photo)
THE 776TH AIR FORCE BAND from Albrook Air Force Base waits for the 11:00 a.m. signal to start leading the Independence
Day parade In Balboa yesterday. Platoons from the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, USARCARIB; 15th Naval Distrlt;-. the
massed colors of all services; and a platoon ot Marines, and a platoon irom uie Air rorce parucipawsa in me para,ne.
(Official Air Force Ph jto
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SATURDAY, JULY 5, 195S
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI READERS OWN COlUMN
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Laftsn ara received aratelylly sad art hind lee1 wholly confidential
It you contribute s tartar don't b. Impatient it it daata't appear the
aext day. Lattara ara published in the order received.
lease try to keep the letters limited to one psga length.
Identity or latter writer it held in atrictest cantidants
Thia newipaper assumes no responsibility tot statement! si opinions
expressed in lattara from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
0ano,i frnm r.nmls in the uaoeis-that Uie Pre-
ftemoa lacLtiaCK olewius ciacnfcu uuah uu oeia.U oii-
... ,m ,. ,,,,,,c. i.iii nn nis 111)1 hLUaClOl' faiLUlCiaV
show Uie puduc it was not iame as uie uacks m liau
His trainer's license was indefinitely suspended lor violat violating
ing violating tils rwrnufeUons'' and 1 also understand ne is barred iioin
eueX Uie arel'of tae racetrack. Accoruing to reports, tne
fate of hrs father, a track employe, was leu in the hands of
Pablo Thayer, tne Uack manager.
The swarus. must ieei nugnty proud of their decision to
"UDhold the rules" in the case ol tne younger silver, prooably
lust as Dioud as they must nave leit wnen tney saw my UJ
ind tooulanas more dollars smoke when tney refused to also
snatch Philhpipon, Segadors entry-mate. But why didn t they
uphold the rules of good judgment and better puolic relations
by a iOwing the people wno nad bet on the two-horse entry
only because they feu rfegaaor could beat tne rest of the Held,
to aet thir money back aner segador was scratched
think there is some kind 01 a Doard to which the stewarcs
laid the vets must answer for their conduct, and if tins
authority would like to regain the last-iading conndence ot
the gringo horseplayer, as well as their own countrymen s it s
aXout. time they took some action to safeguard the interests
of the betting public by firing the whole lot and getting more
Rules or not, if the horseowners had any guts and foie foie-jfcht
jfcht foie-jfcht or any unity, they would refuse to run their horses unU
Skvei'a is reinstated. SeKadori
Si $5850 WALK
A certain building on the Pacific-side of the Canal Zone
akxmt 1500 ft long, has two sets of latrines, about 1000 it. apart,
dtt the door of one of these latrines a certain white American,
Iwho works not far away, has placed an "out ot order" sign.
It just so happens this latrine is in good condition, and it
trio Brass have any doubts they can call the Engineers in to
check Discrimination as such is forbiddn in US government
service, so the man who put up this phony notice has to resort
t6 deception. ..
2 If his notice affected only those persons he intends it to
atfect he could be written off as another Faubus or Bilbo, but
the notice also affects Uncle Sam. An employe working in the
vfcinity of the latrine adorned with the "out of order' sign nas
tff walk about 1000 ft. to the latrine at the other end of the
building, and 1000 ft. back. Average time for the return journey,
10 "to 15 minutes. Three such journeys daily, and Uncle bam
has lost 45 minutes of the employe's time.
-The great majority of employes in the building under dis discission
cission discission are paid over 75 cents an hour, but 1 will use the 75
cents figure for this computation. A daily loss of 4o minutes
working time is a loss to Uncle Sam of 56.25 cents per employe
per day There at least 20 employes affected by the false no no-t$pe,
t$pe, no-t$pe, which therefore costs Uncle Sam $11.25 a day, or $22o per
iSritlng month, or $5850 per fiscal year.
The Faubus type who put up the notice is costing Unc.e
Sam's citizens and taxpayers more than self-respect and prcs-
WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS?
'My heart bleeds for poor "Officer" (Mail Box, July 1) who
has to eat his hinch In the Navy exchange building while leer leering
ing leering at hidden thighs. If he has time in 30 minutes to see any anything
thing anything but the food on his plate he'd better start punching the
dock. He's cheating.
An all-military base would be heaven for him and officers
of his caliber. Every time one of them yelled, the whole base
would Jump. An absolute monarchy. What fun.
We civilians have been around here many years. We see
"Officer" and his kind come, and we see them go. So who's
tolerating who? I'll be around to wave "Officer' goodbye.
i J l I.. ,k. Anm w I eon t, V,oi,a I r nrrvi'lr tf mOHll
hours overtime and not get paid for it? Sometimes we are told
1 we can have the time off, but we never get it. We shoulj r,et
paid for overtime, just as other people are We get so little reg regular
ular regular pay 'that it would not be too much to pay us for the extra
work we do. And the money would help us.
, Commissary Clerk
HORSE PLAYER'S SCRIPTURE
The following "Horse Player's Scripture" is copied from a
GulfsUeam Park racing program.
Thou shalt not dispute the decisions of the judges. They
abne are in perfect alignment and do not see finishes through
?S Thou shalt not condemn owner, trainer of jockey because
the horse is not successful. Horses are not automatons...
. Thou shall cleanse thy mind and know that most crooked
falting emanates in a player's mind after he has lost a wager.
Especially does this apply to players who believe horses must
always finish according to their figures...
s Thou shouldst also know that cheaters In all lines never
finish with anything but an unenviable reputation...
P Tf thou nlavest an unrulv horse, do not blame the starter
f$ poor results. Know thy horses...
Thou shouldst know thou canst beat one race and possibly
siX races in one day, but thou canst not beat, 38 or more races
lrvsix days, even though thou sleepest on the seventh day...
If thou hast an opinion of thine own and playeth someone's
lojiing tip and thine own horse wins, hold thy tongue or lend
Wppf to ridicule...
3gThou shouldst remember to be successful thou must wager
4! much money on a horse quoted at large odds as thou vouldst
a a favorite .
I rttOU shouldst reduce thy wagers during a change in trad
edndltlons "until it is again in state of normalcy .
i I if thou art 21 years of age, and in thy right mind and using
tttjne own money, there is no healthier, cleaner sport than horse
CAN blLL YOUR NttUb!
By VICTOR RIESEL
The Senate s racket busier:, in
what may be their grand mule,
have ctiosen to expose and there thereby
by thereby attempt what no other lorce
has yet Deen able to do the
smasning of tne first mob ever to
turn labor racketeering into a mul
ti-billion uollar organized business.
This mob, lor want Oi a better
syndicate name as in a. ways the
case in the weirdly interlocked
rackets cartels, is the still power,
ful, albeit thinned-out. old capone
In exactly 25 years, ever
since the mob first discovered
what could be done with a cap captured
tured captured union, the Capone gang
has made "billions" out of its
Chicago and interwoven mid
west operations. The billion dol dollar
lar dollar figure is the estimate of
several authorities, .some of
whom will testify in the com.
No coverage of this story would
be complete without the repuriing
of the following. Now hear this:
"Our union has understood for
some time that Chicago's gangland
had plans to get its clutc'.ics on
our industry. .and we ha'e ink inklings
lings inklings of the e forts of gangsters
to infiltrate into the union with
a view of ultimately controlling
the whole industry. We asx the
cooperation of all people to keep
this industry out of the hands of
gangsters who will wreck our in industry
dustry industry and our union."
Sound familiar? Well, it was
said by Joe Obergfelt, secretary,
treasurer of the old International
Brewery Workers Union. He got
it off on Nov. 25, 1932.
He spoke to Ed Flore, then
president of the Hotel and Res.
taurant Employes and Bartenders
International Union. Obergtill re reported
ported reported that the mob had gotten
wind of the inevitable success oi
the drive to repeal prohibition. He
warned that the Capone syndicate
was worried about selling its
booze and beer since there was
no longer a need for the bootleg
stuf once the public could drink
The legitimate union chief had
heard of a Capone high com command
mand command session (luring which it
was decided not to waste time
with a "hard sell," as Madison
Ave. would put it.
They decided instead, that the
capture of hotel, resturant, barten bartender
der bartender and teamster union locals
would guarantee the boys their
leisure, babes and bucks and im.
munity to competition from hon honest
est honest merchants of whiskies.
The mob simply decided thai
the competition couldn't sell a
fifth, if the unionized hotels,
restaurants, bars and night
clubs wouldn't handle what
they were told not to handle.
The boys decided to insure this
by moving in on the Teamsters
Union just to make certain that
the competition, if it wasn' scar,
ed off, couldn't deliver any latter
day liquor. By 1934, Ed Flore
told a friend:
"The racketeers are creeping in into
to into some of our local unions. I'm
very much afraid of what may
happen but I really don't .know
what we should do."
An of'icial history of the Hotel
and Restaurant Workers Union re reveals
veals reveals that its next convention in
Rochester in 1936, had to be ad.
journed suddenly so the delegates
could go out and donate blood
They had just opened the niaht
session when it was a nnounced
that three of their colleagues had
been shot by gangsters and need needed
ed needed tranfusions.
The mob had moved in. It learn learned
ed learned quickly enough that through
control of sections of this union it
could drive competitors jut of
the hotel, resturant and night
club business it self, a I easily as
out of the booze and beer busi business.
ness. business. Soon the fine hand of a mob
executive committee was diclosea.
There was now central guidance
from the committee: Frank Nitti,
enforcer of new rules and regula.
tions by revolver; Willie Bioif.
organizer of shakedowns: George
Browne, stage hands chief, who
acted as the labor expert; and
one Louis Romano, account ex ex-ecutive
ecutive ex-ecutive in charge o' the hotel and
There were other such action
committees. They moved into the
building service field, theatres,
trucking, entertainment itself, e e-lectrical
lectrical e-lectrical work, construction, and
many others. From some of thesa
have been driven. Bnt never com.
Thus when Senate Committee
counsellor Bob Kenney sent his
men into Chicago over a year
ago, they found the old mob
still operating. The prober
found them still vary heavy in
the restaurant field.
Until the recent death of a thug
named Claude Maddox, Alias John
"Screwy" Moore and "Screwy"
O'Brien, he wag to be the exsm exsm-pie
pie exsm-pie of the typical hood hangover
from the old mob.
Maddox ran Local 450 of the
Hotel, Club and Restaurant Em Em-Employes
Employes Em-Employes and Bartenders Subur Suburban
ban Suburban Union, in Cicero. He also ran
gambling casino equipment across
state lines. You'll learn more of
this in Sen. McClel'an's hearing
You'll soon see the ties between
organize labor rackets and or.
ganized. multi-billion dollar gamb gambling,
ling, gambling, narcotics and extortion mebs.
"Boy! Imagine Winning the Svver;: c
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Peter Edson In Washington
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WASHINGTON Beneath the
GOP gloom over the Serman Ad.
ams lusc osures, tome; Republi Republicans
cans Republicans are secretly gloating ovor
One is Renah Camalier whom
Adams squeezed out as a D i s.
trict of Columbia commissioner.
Adams summoned Camalier to the
White House and rostily notified
him that the President wanted
nis resignation. futaua u outer tuvciuuicuts iJ
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to resign, I will tender the resig. 1
EASH1NGTON (NEA) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson won a surprise victory foi
himself and the Eisenhower admin administration
istration administration when the House of Re
presentatives unexpectedly voled
214 to 171 to kill outright its cm cm-nibus
nibus cm-nibus farm bill.
this had been & political catch catchall
all catchall dreamed op by he House A A-griculture
griculture A-griculture Committee after months
of study. It was an obvious bid
for farm votes in this eletion
It tried to gyve some new bene
fit 10 almost every group of farm
Speaking of Music
Answer to Previous Puzzle
1 Note of scale
4 is a
12 Uncle Tom's
13 Toward the
14 Molten rock
15 French sea
18 British isle
21 Egg'a partner
24 Truit decay
26 Banjo part
30 Narrate again
34 Dinner course
! 39 Climbing
' 40 Get up
' 41 Writing
49 Change places
, 51 Golf mound
1 52 Kiln
. 83 Girl's name
56 Year between
12 and 20
- slow in musie
4 Woman's title
6 Give a
6 Kind of music
1 1 Russian
17 Click -beetle
. IsMchM Eggs
23 Kind of race
25 Light fabric
26 Runs away
27 Baby bed
28 Solar disk
41 Joyous song
43 "The old
46 It ;an city
47 Indian weights
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CRUSHED BY STONI
CREMONE, Italy (UPI)
Grave.digger Luigl Bonvini, 86,
was crushed to death by a tomb,
stone here yestrday. Bonvini was
lifting the heavy tombstone on a
scaffolding. He lost his balance
and fell from a height of 10 feet.
The tombstone fell on top of him.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or Mother securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual s&fety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
0. A. De KOUX,
CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS) from 8 00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
ers in the country. The only crops
omiueu were looacco ami peauu.s
whose planters didn't want or
coulun'i agree on what more they
The House bill tried to put over
the discredited two-price plan lor
wneat. n proposed mandatory Dar
ter for surplus crop disposal. 1'
would havb imposed new controls
on milk and feed grain produat produat-tion.
tion. produat-tion. In additon to all this, t h e
House bill would have increased
Department of Agriculture exoeu exoeu-diiures
diiures exoeu-diiures uy an estimated billion
dollars a year for the next sever several
al several years. a
Congressman Pat Kearney. Adams
once ca led him and asked how
he would like to be Veterans Ad Administrator.
ministrator. Administrator. Kearney accepted the offer and
prepared lo resign from Congress
The appointment was cleared with
top New York;. Republicans uiciuU.
ing ex -Gov. Tom Dewey and Sen.
After a long wait or an xrfficLl
announcement from the Wnite
House, Kearney phoned Adams to
find out what was holding it up.
"You aren't under consideration
for Veterans Administrator said
Adams in a brittle, cold vo ce.
Later Kearney spotted Adams'
glacial countenance at a rccept rccept-tion.
tion. rccept-tion. "Wait a minute," the Irishman
told friends, "I'll be right back."
"Where are you entng?" they
"This will only take a minute,"
he replied, and headed for Ad.
They didn't like the look in his
eye and demanded what he in.
tended to do.
"I'm going to belt Shermsn Ad Ad-ams,"
ams," Ad-ams," he announced simply.
It took considerable dissuading
to restrain him.
British and French dip'omats
aren't letting the State Department
orget the fact that they could
me ota.e ueuaruneui Wdiue.i io
eucuure u ouenug aiu "to u
ron tui urn countries, whicu Sen.
aiur Atiowwiiu o. aiiiuruia stop stopped,
ped, stopped, n will take a long unie lor
we puouc io l-eaiue Wuat i set.
back jvnowianu gave lO tiie a
mencau poucy Oi wimiwg triaaus
behina the nun curiam.
Minnesota's straighU orwird
Congressman Joiin xi atulk, whose
suocommittee loutiu tnai cigar,
eite smoKing is related io bo, h
Uung cancer and heart disease,
nas written a siasmng attack on
cigarette advertising or Harper's
Magazine. He charges that tne
adversdsing claims mr filiejf. tip
cigarettes are phony. . ;When
Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois is
asked about his success in poli.
tics he says, "I rode into Con.
gress on my wifes' coattati s."
His wiie, Emily Taft Douglas, is
the former Congresswoman from
Illinois. . C6rigress alone cn
bestow the nation's n i g h e s t
award for bravery, 'the Medal
o Honor, but it quickly or.
gets the heroes who win this
u i s t i n c t i o n, some os whom
are destitute in later life be be-cause
cause be-cause of battle disabilities. Pen.
sion legislation for Medal o. Hon.
or men is shelved at every ses.
sion. However, a bill to provide
them wth special dress uniforms
for war memorias, sponsored by
Rep. Eizabeth Kee of West Vir.
.orf fho Ilnirari StatM Hia arsl u VCQ .mil
problem of intervention in Leba- h;J?rn nr; FIT3,
non. if President Eisenhower Mii? SLWI ?
haun't intervened to stop the An. '"S"
UU' ui,; eve w. use xvuv jJitoiur.inmi
This is why Benson called the
..Bill "an economic monstrosity and
a political Hodgepodge.
By refusing even to consiler
the bill and By 'turning their deitf
ears on Democratic leaders' ap
peals to try to amend the bill into
accep.able shape, a majority of
the congressmen showed unmistak unmistakably
ably unmistakably that they thought Ezra was
right this time.
What future this action forboies
on farm legislation in the remain remainder
der remainder of this session is uncertain
While ,the House Agriculture
Commitee was playing politiral
football with the farm issue in
ihis fashion, several much-needed
programs were running close to
their expiration dates.
Among them are the agricultur agricultural
al agricultural surplus disposal program and
the school, veterans and armed
services milk programs. They
were to end June 30, unless re renewed.
newed. renewed. Also there's the Nations'
Wool Act, buC it runs until next
The Senate, taking a much san saner
er saner appraoth to the farm situa situation,
tion, situation, has already approved separ separate
ate separate bills renewing these programs.
The Senate Agriculture Commit'
tee has also reported out another
farm bill which would come clos closer
er closer to meeting Secretary Benson's
and President Eisenhower's re repeated
peated repeated requests for lower and
more flexible price supports nJ
freer planting for cotton, corn,
feed grain and rice farmers.
If the House could be persuad persuaded
ed persuaded to aoi on these Senate mea measures,
sures, measures, the situation might not bo
so bad. But the lack of coordina coordination
tion coordination between the Senate and House
Agriculture commMee this year
has been notable.
If the house committee ,iow
goes into a sulk because of the
shellacking its omnibus bill took,
action could be delayed.
The House Agriculture commit committee
tee committee might try to bring in a new
bill of its own. But in the end it
is now expected to approve he
Senate bills ami let it go at thai.
What all these shenanigans
prove, if anything, is that first
and foremost it's nonsense to try
to wri'e new farm programs in
election years. They always get
Today,-the United States is be being
ing being drawn into the Near East cri crisis
sis crisis to. slop the spread oi Nasser,
ism, whereas it could have sat
back and Jet the French, British
and Israeli arm.es do it .in 1956.
Trench; and British diplomats
were bitter against the "United
States following the Sues intervene
lion and they haven't forgotten
They recall how President Ei.
senhower himself phoned Prime
Minister Eden in Lodpn, bawed
him out in barrack-room language
and demanded that British troops
accept a ceasefire immediately.
Eden, shaken, picked up the tel.
ephone, called Premir Mol'et in
Paris and relayed the demand.
Mollet remonstrated, but inally
decided' that France would have
to fb low the British and Ameri American
can American lead.
Nasser, who had been ringing
in a bombproof cellar in the out outskirts
skirts outskirts Of Cairo, has been busy un.
dermining American policy in the
Near East ever since.
Note John Foster Dulles was
ill at the time Eisenhower inter,
vened in Suez, did not participate
in the decision.
CRACK-DOWN IN KREMLIN
Mysterious maneuvering have
been taking place inside the
Kremlin the full impact of which
are difficult to fathom. However,
observers in the sate lite coun.
tries which make it a point to
know- what goes on behind the
walls which affect them most
have this explanation lor the ex.
TfJLSA, Qkla. (UPlPCrescent
Petroleum Corp. will hold a spe
cial. soieKhoiders mee ing on Aits.
iyf f .M
As a result ot a dispute
which lasted more than 70
years between Maryland and
Pennsylvania over lands which
had been granted to Lord -Baltimore
and William Penn, a
permanent boundary was
marked off by two English as astronomers,
tronomers, astronomers, Charles Mason and
Jeremiah Dixon, in the year
1703 to 1707. Their east-and-west
line became famous as
the Mason-Dixon line. j
O Britannic Jr. Jinwiojedle.
The more basic consideration is
that the farm problem like for
eign policy and the tariff should
no longer be considered a politic
al issue. I. is something that re requires
quires requires a bipartisan or nonpartisan
approach as a business proposi proposition
tion proposition and a question of sound eco economics.
nomics. economics. For this stand the secretary has
taken an unmerciful, personal po political
litical political beating. But a few victo victories
ries victories like he has just scored in
the House might indicate that
things were beginning -to go his
HAS LAST LAUOH
LONDON (UPI) Builder Pat
Pate man, 42, had a golfer's re revenge
venge revenge yesterday. Three years a
go, Pateman was rcfusedmember
ship in the Longcliffe Golf Club
by a vote of committee members.
Monday, Pateman announced he
had bought the club and threat,
ened to re "use to renew the lease.
"Perhaps this will teach the com.
mittee a lesson," he said.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
"ULUA" July 5
"HIBUERAS" July 12
"YAQUE" t .... 4 July 1
"ULCA" i July 2S
"HIBUERAS" Aug. 2,
"YAQUE" Aug. IS
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service CJ,
"JUNIOR" J July 1
HEREDIA" July 14
"ESPARTA" July 21
"LIMON" July 2S
"COMAYAOUA" Aug. 4
"PARISMINA" .Aug. 11
''USTOBAt.W.C.C.A. FEDDER SERVICE
'TEjCTTA" -Every (10) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, ios Angeles, Snn Francisco
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return S240.00
Ta Lot Anewies and San Franclseo and
Returning from Los Angeles S270.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00
W,' ''ittfejuiJik TssisfTri"' 'tVii'lii fiYi 'ii4i!1iaMiiT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN lNUWEKUElVx UAiLi I,i.,Y;
(SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1958
Decision On Fox Libel Charge
Postponed Until Next Week
WITH A WAVE FROM WIVES' AND CHILDREN, the crew of the fleet tug Paiute steamed for
the States this week, leaving behind many friends and a record for hard work and' distin distinguished
guished distinguished service during Its nearly five years in the Canal Zone. The Paiute willbperate out
of MavDort Fla. providing salvage and rescue services for ships of the Atlantic Fleet.
' (Nvy Photo)
JOINS 1000-HOUR CLUB William J. Ambrose, chif of the installation branch, U.
S Army Caribbean finance and accounting office at Cprozal, was presented with a
certificate of membership in the 100-Hour Club, signifying that he has accumulated
that much sick leave. Col. Percy H. Laming, left, USARCARIB finance officer, and
Capt E F. Cavelari Jr., accounting officer, congratulate. Ambrose on his achievement,
which represents a tangible saving to the government. (U.S. Army Photo).
'State Dept. Issues
3300 More Visas
To Freedom Fighters
r FRANKFURT, July 5 (UPI) -The
United States has authorized
3 300 more visas for Hungatian re refugees,
fugees, refugees, a U.S. spokesman said to.
The spokesmen said 3,000 af th?
visas will be issued to Hungarian
refugees now in Austria and the
other 300 to refugees in Italy.
The State Department issued the
visas in response to a joint appeal
by the United Nations High Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner for Refugees and (he
Director of the Intergovernmental
Committee for European Migra Migration.
tion. Migration. The action was also taken in
keeping with "the admiration and
sympathy of the United States to.
ward the Hungarian freedom fight,
ers." the spokesmen said.
The TTnitpH States hoDM the
move will result in other nations
Increasing their intake of Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian refugees to ease the refugee
problem in Italy and Austria, the
OAS May Call
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States appeared today to
be firmly prepared to join wilh
the 20 Latin-American nations in
a foreign ministers conference be before
fore before the end of the year.
Its objective would be to agree
on new ways to soeed economic
development and clear away lin
gering misunderstandings that
have weakened the Pan-American
Best official guesses were such
a conference will be called
through the Organization of
American States. Colombia is ex expected
pected expected (o issue invitations for a
meeting at Bogota, its capital, in
September or October.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles squelched Brazilian sugges suggestions
tions suggestions for an early meeting of
American cniefs or state at his
news conference yesterday.
But he said the United States
Poles Jump Ship
To Seek Asylum
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI) (UPI)-Authorities
Authorities (UPI)-Authorities disclosed today
that 21 passengers of the Polish
tourist liner Mazowsze were mis missing
sing missing when the vessel left Stock-
noim iai last nigni.
Most of the missing Poles
showed up at Stockholm police
headquarters to seek political
asylum Out some are still missing
The liner has called at Stock Stockholm
holm Stockholm four times this year and al
together 39 Poles have deserted
it and asked for asylum in tun
TrujiHo Jr. Named
To Rule On Ending
Agreements With US
CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican
Republic (UPI) Gen. Rafael L.
TrujiHo Jr. has been appointed a
committee of one to pass on the
recommendation of the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Congress to end military and
technical aid agreements with the
The a ppointment was an announced
nounced announced in a decree issued Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday by President Hector Trujillo,
brother of the general's father,
Dominican strongman Generalis Generalissimo
simo Generalissimo Rafeal Trujillo.
According to the decree, young
Trujillo 'will make a study of the
congressional resolution and of
the international agreement in involved
volved involved and recommend the meas measures
ures measures to be taken."
Trujillo, 29, is currently in the
The Dominican congress recent recently
ly recently recommended that military and
technical aid agreements with the
United States be terminated. The
action came in the wake of criti criticisms
cisms criticisms of young Trujillo's free
spending activtiies by U.S. congressmen.
SNAKE CHASES MINISTER
TOKYO (UPI) Japanese Jus.
tice Minister Kiichi Aichi took to
his heels yesterday when a 33-year-old
vagrant, Mitsue Anekawa, en.
tered his office, unwrapped a
package and released a five-foot
snake. Police summoned by the
startled minister said Anekawa
"might have gone mad because
of the intense heat."
COMPANY TO LIQUIDATE
DALLAS (UPI) Mar-Tex Oil
and Gas. Co. announced today
its stockholders have approved
liquidation and dissolution of the
company and sale of its assets
PITTSBURGH (UPI) A Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh alderman today re reserved
served reserved decision until next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday on whether Boston promoter
John Fox should be held for court
on a libel charge.
In a stormy hearing before Al Alderman
derman Alderman Frank Bruno, Fox plead pleaded
ed pleaded innocent 'to a charge filed by
WilliM Beatty who said he was
defamed .in a telegram sent to
him by Fox.
Fox, who created a furore with
his' testimony before a congres congressional
sional congressional committee investigating the
relationship between Presidential
Assistant Sherman Adams and
Boston manufacturer Bernard
Goldfine, said the telegram was
not intended for Beatty.
He said the message was for
Anthony Chambers, a former am-clove.
"I instructed Western Union to
send copies to six other persons
iniluding Beatty. The other per persons
sons persons were to be informed that the
telegram they received were
copies." Fox said.
"Somehow, Wesiern Union un unwittingly
wittingly unwittingly omitted my order to la label
bel label the telegrams at copies."
Beatty said he based his libel
action on a demand by Fox that
an accounting he made of profits
on an oil lease in Clearfield Coun County.
ty. County. iBeatty is counsel for the
Devonian Gas and Oil Co., which
was named defendant in a suit
filed by Fox's firm, the Rockton
Beatty said the telegram im impugned
pugned impugned his honesty.
Louis Viara, attorney for Beat
ty. asked the plaintiff if he, knew
"I know him too well," Beatty
replied. "We haven't spoken to
each other for vears."
Robert E. Kline, representing
Fox, asked Beatty why he thought
the telegram was libelous. A nas nas-sle
sle nas-sle developed between the lawyers.
Kline asked Bruno to dismiss
the action because Fox was ar arrested
rested arrested illegally June 24. He cited
a Pennsylvania statute prohibiting
the arrest of a person who hid
entered the state to answer a sub subpoena
poena subpoena or while going to or from
Several times both Beatty and
Fox ignored their counsel and
spoke sharply o each o'her,
Viara was nettled when Beauy
answered certain questions de despite
spite despite objections raised by "his
When Viara asked Fox to repeat
the names of persons who had
received copies of the telegram
"You must be, siupid. I've al already
ready already given you the names."
viara flushed, whipped off his
Return To Job;
iSouthern England Hit By Floods
r nwnnw 1 7 n t o : N
JAW NOt jOtlStied rivers Pilled over their banks in
i southern England yesterdaj
DETROIT (UPI) Workers flooding thousands of homes and
feitjyed on the job for the first covering some areas wi.h as
time since Thursday at two Plym- mucn as eignt teet of water,
outh body plants today, but th.re Hardest hit was the Sheffield
was no indication the work stan-, area, where the Sheaf River burst
dards which caused the dispute through its banks in several
had been settled. places.
Representatives of UAW Local
212 who passed out leaflets at the
Plymouth body plant said work workers
ers workers needed the holiday pay and
performed the standards set up
by Chrysler Corp. to stay on the
The leaflets accused Chrysler
of "deliberately provoking" the
Some streets in the Sheffield
area were under eight feet t
water. Automobiles were washed
away. The Sheffield Midland rair rair-way
way rair-way station was put out of action
temporarily when water entered
the electrics system.
In the Midlands area, the flood flooding
ing flooding was termed "the worst in 50
glasses and started towards Fox.iworK stoppage by increasing
"You like to talk that's all voul working ?ss!gnrrp'ii; by as mi'chl
want to, do talk," he said. l as 100 per cent in the plant trim I
Bruno said he would consult department.
with his solicitors and the Alle-
gheny County district attorney's PLAN JET FACILITIES
office before announcing his de-' ATLANTA, Ga. (UPI) Delta
cisron. j Air Lines today announced
Fox was asked if he would vip construction plans for a $10 mil
lion overhaul base tor ict trans transports
ports transports at the Atlanta airport. I
Beatty if the case went to court
"You bet your sweet life I will,"
Meet At Canterbury
To Open Conference
CANTERBURY, England, July 5
(UPI) Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop of Canterbury, opened 'he
ninth Lambeth Conference of An
glican Churchmen today by stress
ing the church's task of ree'onci-
nation in a world he said desper
ately needed peace. 1
Dr. Fisher told 320 bishops gath
ered In stately Canterbury Cathe
dral that today's world is afraid
and angry and has found its old
methods of reconciliation and
peacemaking had failed.
"This distracted world needs,
desperately needs, to discover how
and at what price friendship, har harmony,
mony, harmony, peace among men can be
had. To tell the world the answer
and to live the answer among all
people is the urgent service dem
anded of the church," 'e said.
Dr. Fisher's ooening sermon fol
lowed a tour of this Cathedral ci
ty by the bishoos, their wives and
guests before they return to Lon London
don London for nearly six weeks closed
discussions on ehurch problems at
the Archbishop's Lambeth Palace
ANNOUNCE BUILDING PLANS
MANILA (UPI) The U. S
Embassy today announced
plans for a giant, modernistic ad
dition to the embassy building
here. Officials said the building's
ground floor would resemble
roughly the base of an Egyptian
pyramid while the five upper
stories would be similar to the
cube-like United Nations Secre
taryiat building in New York.
Is willing to attend any other
meeting of the American repre representatives
sentatives representatives that is well prepared
MAKE YOUR SUMMER
COUNT FOR CHRIST
When the days get hot it's mighty easy
to neglect the most important thing in
life regular, reverent worship in
God's House ... Your soul's needs are
your greatest needs.
SATAN NEVER LITS DOWN
Vinton In Our City Art MiptaMy Imttod
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Organized to make Bible study profitable for all the
family. Always bring your Bible to our S. S. We begin a
new quarter in every class. Now Is a very good time to
1 1 :00 "THE ROCK and THE RIVER"
Lord's Sapper Missionary Day
Wa4 Christ of Peter the Rock? The O.T. type of the
rock was literally fulfilled tn our Lord. Tho family that
worships together stays together.
6:00 JET CADETS and HI SCHOOL
Seeking to reach the youth for Christ.
7:00 "THE FULLNESS of the HOLY SPIRIT"
Message N. 1 on the Person and Work of the Holy
Spirit. Does the fulness of the Holy Spirit eradicate the
. sinful nature, cause one to speak in tongues, or place
him above the possibility of sinning?
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for JBirds Eye, these ready-to-serve
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meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.
Enjoy your favorite fruits,' vegetables,
fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year-'round
regardless of season.
Stock The Best; Get some today
YOU WILL SAVf AT OUR JUBILEE
If we have not been able to attend to you
We know it has been hard for you to do your
saving shopping due to the limitations of our
store. For this reason we will continue our
GOLDEN JUBILEE SALE
for a few more days, offering you the best fabrics
at lower. . and lower. . prices.
HOURS: 8:00 A.M. to 12 Noon 1:30 to 6:00 P.M.
16 x 26 4 for .00
20 x 40 3 for .oo
22 x 42 before I.I 5
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'RECEPTION MARKS 147TH ANNIVERSARY
OF VENEZUELA 8 INDEPENDENCE
The Ambassador from Venezuela to ranama, General
Gabriel Briceiio Pacheco, and Mrs. Briceiio Pacheco gave a
: reception last night at the Embassy.
The occasion marked the 147 anniversary of Venezuela?
'Miss Anna L. Johnson
Graduates from College
" Miss Ahna L. Johnson, daughter
f Mrs. Georgia R. Johnson ot
Balboa, was a member of t licence
to provide essential
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food that provides in a safe, convenient way
$11 of the nutritive elements that you would
expect to find only In mothers milk.
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Mr. Undo In Jamaica
Mr. Arthur Undo of Panama is
spending the long weekend with
friends in Jamaica. He will re
turn to Panama City Sunday
Dr. Joss Alvsrado Sanchez
Now in Lima, Peru
Dr. Jose Alvarado Sanchez,
charge d'affalrs of the Peruvran j
Embassy in Panama is now in,
Lima due to illness in his fami-1
One Student Makes
'A' Honor Roll
At Paraiso High
The following students of the
Paraiso Latin American High
School made the honor roll for
the first marking period ending
"A" Honor Roll: Ivonne Bryce,
Marva Jordan, Ladylease Good
ridge, Barbara Eastmond, Rirar Rirar-do
do Rirar-do Cox, Delphina Ashley. Marv4
Alleyne, Cecilia Seales, Norma
Wilkinson, Eledia Walkes, Ruben
Gomez, Stanford Levy, R5o b e r t
Ramsey, Silvia Morales, Louis
Drownie, Jesnnette Fyffe, Edilma
Moreno. Ursalla Lyder, Norma
Jones, Marva Jones, Kay Johnson,
Yvonne Gittens, Dorna Davis, Do Do-ro.hv
ro.hv Do-ro.hv Blades. Harold Titus, Steven
Garnett, Holland Gayle, Audrey
Levy, Winston Powell. Elda San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, Estanislao Vergara. Eugene
Wilson, Asenes Blades. Ferdinand
Cherie, Myrtle Dixon, Eustace
Trotman. LouisSprauve William
Millett, Herman Laing, Norma
Brown, Sandra Brathwaite, Glen
Bourne, John Bovell. Maida Ieazi,
Claude' e Soley, Winston Faulk
ner, Wilhelmina Daniels.
New US Mission
Chief To Get
rni Charles W. Ravmond 11
now rhiPf nf the U.S. Armv Mill-
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arrive m the Canal Zone Tuesdny
II rpmain for orientation
at Headquarters, U.S. Army Ca-
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NEW YORK, (UP1) Some
time this week, 64-year-old Ed Edward
ward Edward G. Fischer will steer the
last child on.o a eamp tram,
comiort the last sobbing pareiu
and heave the proverbial sigh of
These last seven days have
been times to try trainmen's
souls, even the soul of a man
practiced as Fiscner is in the art
of handling children by the car carload.
load. carload. Fischer is stationmaster at
Granu Central Terminal, depar departure
ture departure point for camp each year at
this time for 35,000 children, rang ranging
ing ranging in age from four to 16.
"Some of them are so small,
the camp leader strings them all
together on a rope, like wash on
a line," said Fischer, who has
been working ou. the transporta transportation
tion transportation logistics since 1947.
Two Officers, 5
GIs Get Awards
Award of the Commendation Rib
bon with metal pendant to two of officers
ficers officers and five enlisted men of the
command was announced this
week by Headquarters, USARCAR.
Lt. Col. Robert H. Townsend, as assistant
sistant assistant commandant of the U.S.
Armp Caribbean School, Fort Gu.
lick, is to receive the award's first
Bronze Oak Le'af Cluster. He is
due to leave the command on Ju July
ly July 11 for an assignment as a mem member
ber member of the Armor Board, Ft. Knox,
Other recipients are: Lt. Col.
James S. Branch, executive offi officer
cer officer of the USARCARIB Signal Sec
tion, who will leave July 9. He is
slated to go to the Third Army
Signal Section, Fort McPherson,
Sfc. Edward J. Augustine, food
service supervisor with the Quar Quartermaster
termaster Quartermaster Section; Sfc. Russell D.
Baus, chief clerk in the Adjutant
General's Section administrative
services branch; Sgt. Frank Ortiz,
chief of the AG reproduction
branch; Sfc. Stephan Kirmon, of
the Research Unit, Fort Brooke.
P.R.; and Sgt. Harold H. Kind,
personnel sergeant for Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. ribbean, through July 15.
Raymond is succeeding Col. and
Leonard E. Echols, who is re returning
turning returning to the slates for a new
duty assignment at Headquarters,
Fourth U.S. Army, Fort Sam
Houston, Tex. Prior to coming
here, Raymond was with Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, Military District of
Andreas is the Util
Uxative-fer HBHts. Its
txeirinr sjirkle tmd plet plet-tMt
tMt plet-tMt lisU tfake it readily
eeptobU. Its ientlt
actio is perfectly suited
t6 delicate young systems.
1 flSKSF at as. d w sa -rtacaessR 1
a Child, Says
"But we've never lost a child,"
he said. "And only a few of the
kids ever miss trains. Then it's
the parents fault; they didn't gel
up early enough.
"This job would be a cinch if 1
it were just me children to han
dle. But parents and other rel
atives double the work. Each par
ent tmnks ms child is .the only
one in the world. . the parents
spend a whole week kissing the
Fischer, a grandfather of seven
children,, said that on some days
as many as 9,000 children board
trains for camps in tile Adiron Adirondack,
dack, Adirondack, the Berkshire, and New
England in general.
"No other terminal in the coun country
try country handles anything like that
number," said Fischer.
Fischer and his staff start gear gearing
ing gearing for the crush two months in
advance deciding which guard
shall be stationed where, the loc location
ation location of placards indicating the
rendezvous point for each of the
330 camps, and how many extra
trains and cars are needed.
Come August, the whole process
is repeated as the children re return.
turn. return. "Then," said Fischer, "we have
other things to contend with.
Misplaced frogs, mice, turtles
and fish. Kids collect the darn.
dest things. But they all come
back looking healthier than when
they left, so we are happy."
Fischer has been with the New
York Central Railroad since 1909
and in charge of camp trains
since 4947. He-will retire next Au August,
gust, August, at 65, deligh ed. he said, to
get rid of the youngsters for a
"But I know what will happen,"
he smiled. "By next June, I'll be
so lonely for them I'll probably
be rieht back at Grand Central
If you are one of several host hostesses
esses hostesses at a party given by an or organization
ganization organization who share the expens expenses
es expenses be sure to pay your share
promptly. It is embarrassing for
the person collecting the money
to have to keep after slow-paying
i Since it costs no more to pay
I up promptly, why put it off?
Every moraine's a eood morniner
when you feci fit and healthy. If
you don't, then your system proba probably
bly probably needs the help of sparkling
Andrews. Just do this
(I) Get out youf tin of
Put one tMspoonful Into
water and stir briskly.
Drink it as it effervesces.
Andrews cleanses the entire
system freshens the mouth and
tongue, settles the stomach And
tones up the liver. Lastly, Andrews
gently clears out wastes
and promotes healthy
Just one teaspoonful is
correct for most young
ADMIRAL ENRIQUE LAQREZE, Chilean Ambassador to Panama, left, greets Major General
and Mrs. Charles L. Dasher during a reception at the Fort Amador Officers' Club. Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian dignitaries, members of the diplomatic corps, Canal Zone officials and command offi officers,
cers, officers, with their wives, attended the affair to meet General Daaher, new U.8. Army Caribbean
commanding general, and Mrs. Dasher.
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A group of education leaders from the United States recently arrived in Panama aboard
AVIANCA's "El Panameno" flight from Colombia. These members of the Tour Leaden
Group of the National Education Association are currently studying several Latin Amer American
ican American countries for the purpose of planning future organised tourist excursions for their
colleges. Before proceeding on to Costa Rica, the group will spend several days in Panama
visiting sights of interest.
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Sunday morning at the Margari
ta Church the sacrament of Holy
Communion and the reception of
ne wmembers will be observed.
The pastor's sermon at both Co.
co Solo and Margarita will be
"Like a Mighty Army." Assisting
in the ministry of hospitality at
the 9 30 Coco Solo service will be
Don Humphreys and John Mc Mc-Graw.
Graw. Mc-Graw. At the 11 o'c'ock service at
Margarita Mr. and Mrs. Harry F.
Butz will set in the same capacity.
Rufus C. O'Neal will represent the
Church Council and Board of Eld Elders
ers Elders in the reception ceremony for
Thirteen new members will be
received into the congregation of
the Margarita Union Church next
Sunday. The Rev. Theodore E.
Franklin, pastor of the church,
stales that there are three pos possible
sible possible methods of entry into the
membership 0' the Union Church
of the Canal Zone.
Similar to most Protestant
Churches are unique in that they
have a'so a dual membership ca category.
tegory. category. This enables those who
are indefinite as to the tenure of
their stay on the Isthmus to retain
their membership in their home
church In the States and unite
with the Union Church at the same
time. Those to be received Sunday
in Margarita represent all three
types Of membership.
To Play Sunday
The Concordia Band of Colon,
will present a concer at the 5th.
November Park, commencing at 5
On this- program the band wi 1
be heard interpretations of the
music of the masters, under it's
new director, Winston T. Flowers.
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BROADWAY BULLETIN BOARD:
U,S. Attorney General Paul Wil Williams
liams Williams is set to resign within the
next two weeks, top sources say.
They believe he's giving up the
job as a prelude to moving into a
more important office ... Richard
Avedon is photographing Ezra
Pound today in an atmospnere of
the greatest secrecy. Members of
the lamily 0. the ancient and ail ailing
ing ailing poet are taking the photo photographer
grapher photographer to an undisclosed destinx.
tion in New Jersey, where he will
shoot the pictures for his lorlh lorlh-coming
coming lorlh-coming book, "Observations." At.
ter Pound was released from St.
Elizabeth's in Washington. D.C..
it required a deluge of letters lrom
some of the major literary fig.
ures in the nation to convince the
relatives that they should permit
Avedon to record the poet, as he
looks today, for posterity.
It will rate as big news when
Brlgltte Bardot trains her sights
on a bachelor. She's currently cra crazy
zy crazy about her leading man. Raf
Vallone, who is described by his
friends as "very happily married"
... The moon may be used as a
reflector for intercontinental tele telephone
phone telephone calls within a few years. v
The dearth of Elvis Pres ey pic.
tures in the fan magazines par par-ticulsrly
ticulsrly par-ticulsrly the absence 0." the "at
home" type shot is no acrident,
and no indication that his populari.
ty with the teenagers is fading.
It's just that Col. Parker's asking
price for intimate studies pf Elvis
is 'way out of reach of most of
the film publications' budgets, and
the colonel won't let a single ne negative
gative negative out of his hands withoiit
what he considers s fitting pay payment;
ment; payment; Tin Pan Al'ey is talking about
a new song Perry's Como's record recorded,
ed, recorded, "Beats There A Heart So
True." Some of th experts think
it's the prettiest thlstg he's done
since "Prisoner Of Love."
Willie Mays was air set to ask
for lOO Big One for next season,
but how rhums aren't so sure he
They'll h be shodting West,
eras in New York, which is about
As fur East as you can git. The
first hoss opera goes before the
cameras in August in the Bronx,
yet ... Steve Allen and his two old.
er children leave for Europe on
the S.S. United States on July 10.
Mrs. Allen (Jayne Meadows 1 won't
be sailing with them because she
has a TV commitment that w"l
keep her here another week; she'll
.ly over to Paris to Join them.
The very British cast or "Look
Back In Anger" has succumbed to
a strictly American virus, Thoy
now watch the Yankees' niiht
baseball games in their dressing
rooms ... Har'em society Is giving
the State Department headaches;
(By (Dorothy UCiigallen
there are so many requests from
those who want to entertain Gha.
na Prime Minister Kwame Nkru.
mah when he comes to the U.S.
A strip teaser who's shedding
her husband would like to shed
her income tax problems, too. She's
trying to pay off as rapidly as pos possible,
sible, possible, but she owes an impressive
sum ... Newest taste treat for the
dangerous livers among the double-dry
martini set:. you pour it
over Pernod-a'lvored Ice cubes.
The most sophisticated Broad,
wayites are doing triple takes out.
side of Lindy's when the Main
Stem's newest charactei makes his
appearance. He's Mitch Sandler, a
New Jersey disc jockey, whose
face Is half clean lmvnh ha t
bearded. (The. left side was whisk,
ers running all the way from the
sldeburn area to under his dn.)
... U.S. chess wizard Bobby Flsch.
er, just 15, is expected to- make
headlines out of Russia in the
Van Cliburn fashion. He's a pro.
mising "sleeper" entry in the
forthcoming international chess
Chuck Reeves, producer of the
Dick Clark show, hals given up all
the other girls to concentrate on
1 pretty Joan Van Pet ... Maxine
Golden, the chief hostess at Ar.
thur Maisl's new $750,000 eating
place in Paramus, used to be Deb Debbie
bie Debbie Reynolds' stand in in jlolly.
It's not every day an American
girl gets an 0 'er -to join a royal
harem, but Zola Taylor (of the
Platters crotlnl Wtc invitnw ta't
c T- r w itvu mi
come an odalisque when she play.
ed Rabat. Morocco. She cou d
have had $25,000 I' she'd moved in
I with the ladies belonging to the
king's son, but she said no.
Get ready for a new gadget rail,
ed Car.B.Cue. it's a grill that ein
b connected to the cigim light
er on your auto's dashboard. (Snow
flown to 0, Daddy, and fix me a
hamburger with relish.) 4
J. Fred Coots, the song writer,
s wildly enthusiastic about m
talents of a M.year'Old .mkmmn.
Terry Lynn, who sings at the Cafe
Griming. He hopes, to he's-Mr t
stardom via the musical omeriy
There are now lt mofor aeonf.
ers parked regularly outside thf
stage door at "West Side Slorv"
during evening performances. They
belong to members of the cast
and stage door Johns waitiitd for
their dolls. The snlWost of all be
longs to Chad Block, who pick "P
the show's featured dancer Car.
men Alvarez his wife.
lATt'RDAT, JtJtT I, 151
IB PANAMA AMFRICAN Alt WDCTETtUlNT DAILY NEWSPAPER
till irTimiiH min'ii uatit II I I
II I D.nJV..AH LnuKvil IMUIILO
, Church of Christ
Drawer M atalooa, CX
atrouiernoou aai a
VUVJ-tn Jlondey 7J0 p,m
run baptist church
Sil boa Heights. C.Z.
7 Alteon Boulevard
WtlHaT a Beeby. Paste,
Sunday School ..i. ......... li a.m.
Morning Worship 10 M a m
Slst Training Union .... 1:30 p.m
Ivangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 7:00 p.m
VY.M.S Bible Study Thurs Thurs-days
days Thurs-days H am
Men's Brotherhood (Loot
Monday to month) 18 pjb
MargarlU Avenue ai 5th Street
M.raarlta. Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C Parker, faatet
6mdai Scnooi .............. : am
0 wS5bp,i:,.i It am.
Baptlat rrainlng Union f :80 p.m
Evening Worship 7:45 p.m.
Brotherhood, Tuesdays 7:00 o.m.
Pry Services) Wednesdays 7:00 pm
WM.U. 1st i 3rd rridaya
G.A.. H.A.. Sunbeams,
irfwnrs i t'i ri
Major A Mrs. W. Bishop
Vebruary Street, Phone: 28 20051
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3 .00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy ft Mrs. C. L, Moeeley
11 :00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
.100 Sunday School
Church School, with Adult Bible
Br. Captain A Mrs.. It. Grant
lath Street Phone 33-743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation "Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 SaWation Meeting
BAIN10W CITY. C.Z.
Bnvoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
The Rev. Oscar ft. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1481 Church Office I43M
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service. Creases for all MH.
10:30 a.m. worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nursery, Kinder.
garten and Primary Depts. Church
tune Nursery tor children under 3 yrs.
4:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Pott High FeUowahlp,
7:00 r.rri. Senior High Fellowship.
T:30 Salvation Meeting
C1erVe,of Wirshlp. lliO.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45.
Margarita Ave. and Boll vaf Htry.
Ret. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Photieif Otfhte, 3-3442. Res. 3-1494
"e.raurch Sanool. Bus ewvlce.
Claeeak: Nureery through adult
11:00 a,m. Morning" wVshlp.
Ntirer for fnfante and aman ehii-
5:uo'p.m. Junior Fellowship.
4:15 pm Youfh Fellowjhlp.
A complete schedule of auxllWrf at
tlvlrle end official meetlngi aa an announced
nounced announced from week to week.
Rev. Vfalker M. Alddrton. Pastor
Oft 1147 i- Baa a-tso
t:30 a m. Stmday School
10:4 dm "MornrRf Wowhlp.
OfflelarmeaflriiV and week-dsy sett sett-Vltiea
Vltiea sett-Vltiea as announced.
ttfeyojli f ffce wm forthi let Mm Caal Zone, Hi termtaal eiti..
Mm desk In writta b Wednesday mm at Mm (ate o any changes
cr the cMliftfl Saturday's e hurch MM.
Ministers, eharch eecretariei aad chaplaiai art atkeal te inform the
ef Panama aad Celea, Bemblie el Panama, attend a welcome at ill
times le mm aad at thJ m(i tervtcee, ana! to civilian Mh
MM. Heads and Strangers.
A a public service. The Panama American lists kclew. by denomi denomi-atioris,
atioris, denomi-atioris, netices af Hours ef worship and ether regular activities.
mW&m are rotated tram HlM to time. Denominations having only
000 or twa correlations re listed under "Other Churches 4 Services
A special listinf is WRM aerviaes at Army posts, Ail Fart baa
dfest Naval atatiana j'
at eaaava i hi Hi H-Balboa
Sunday Mamas: 7:0a 1:00. 10:00 and
11:00 a m
Hoiy Day Maaaaat asaa. a:w. llli an
id 5:00 p.m
Confessions: Saturday. i:30 to 1:00
and 7:00 to 1:00 p m Thursday, before
rirst frtday: 1M. to 8:00 p.m
Ulraculoua Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
claw after the :00
School Study Club tm Mb on
SACKED HEART AncOB
Sunday Masses: 5:55 7:30 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day aasaaeai Ilia a m and :M
Conteaalonai Saturday 3:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 t 3:00 p.m. Thuraday before Plrst
Friday leM p m.
Sacfod Heart DevoUona: IsM p.m. M
Catechism Class: 1:13 to 4:45 cm. en
OUR LADY Of I" AT1MA Cunutia
Sunday Maea at l:oo a m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confaasiona: 4:00 M 4:45 o.m M Sat.
UCatechiam CtaMI Saturday 4:30 to 10
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 4:00 o m
Weekday Massea: ,.:00 a.m.
Confaaaiona: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
4:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class. Sunday 3:00 to 4.-00
Miraculous Medal Novena i 7:00 p.m.
Convert Instruct Ions: Thuraday 7:00
ST. VINCENrs-Panama City
Sunday Maaaaa: and 8 JO a.m.
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Confessions: Saturday 8:00 to 1:01 and
'law to b:uv p.m Thursdays before rirst
Friday 7:30 o.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After' 8:30 mass at)
Convert Class. 1 JO p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S Cocolt
Sunday Man: I JO a m.
. Holy Day Mass: 4:00 a.m. (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 1:00 p.m. on
Confessions: 1:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST OB LA SAlXS
i Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses: J0 and 3:30 a.m.
Week Dava Mass: 4:30 Mon Thurs.
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: S J a m
HOiy uay masses- e:uo a.m. to ;in
Confesslona: 3:30 to 4J0 and 7:00 te
i:oo p.m. on saturaay.
Miraculous Medal Novena: rnaay two
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m, on Sunday
ST. rHERESM La Bote
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.m.
Sunday Masai 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 1:80 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 8:30 M 7 JO P.m
Thursday Baf ore First Friday (JO p.m..
catecmsm Class: sua p.m. on aunaay.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 om. on
Convert viaaa: ev p.m. on inuraoay.
ST. JOSFPtt'B Col4n
Sunday Masses: 1:41, 8 :00 and :15 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 3:45 and 1:00 a m
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to S:UO ana
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
1:15 and 7:00 pm
Sacred Heart Novena: rrlday 7:13 p m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on Mondays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:13 a.m. to
u:VS a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless Bless-d
d Bless-d Sacrament all dav rtasosltlnn at I'tO
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our baa?
Of Fatlma-Tlie Holy Rosary -t :00 a.m.
urst commun on instructions tor Chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 4:00 to
?isu p.m. v
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CtieMMi
Sunday Masses I 7:00, 1:00 and 10 JO a m
Holv Dav Masses: 4:00. :00 a.m. and
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to llOO and
7:00 to 4:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novena i 1:14 and
740 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 1:00 Mass on
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
Sim Saturday: M4ta et 8.00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In
aunoay Masses : 7:30, 1:30.
First Saturday Mass:
Savufday .. 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses- 7:30 a.m.
Confession ,. i-M pm to
Parish Family Rosary and
Benadietiott . ... ,
Discussion Inquiry Group
let Friday Devotions ...
Ml Saturday Oevotlone ..
Mtsv a in
6:00 a m
7:00 p m
7 :30 p m
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Hoiy Day MR0Mi :00 m And :00
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lous Metal Nevenii 7 JO a.m
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Baptisms by appointment.
n V yiSl'lll WVTOllOflB.
Navanai 1:00 am
Serried Heart May ana i 1-aD mm
i VulrMa ilir Willi
day am- my mm.
Convert Instructions by appointment.
SJirad Keart Hoveaf.
The Rt Rev R Hebei Oaedeai. S T D
The Vary Rev. Ma inert J Peterson,
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
7:30 a.m Holy Communion.
1:15 am. Church School iHoly Com Communion
munion Communion 3rd Sunday).
d 8 30 a.m. Santa Communion. 3rd Sun
Bavueia Dominkai 1:11 in.
11 JO a.m Morning Prayer and Set
mon, Holy Communion lit Sunday.
7:00 pm. Evening Service.
1 JO an.. Holy Communion.
7:00 ora Evening Prayer.
4:00 a n. Holy Communion.
I JO am Holy Communion.
1:11 am. Mornina Pray as.
12:00 Ml.-das Missionary Pray eta.
Church at at Andrew
The Rev William Baldwin,
Priest in Charaa
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Family Prayer and
Church School 140 am
iAlso Holv Communion 2nd.
lornlng Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion t:00 a.m
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hisyea,
, Priest In Charge
8:oo am. Morning Prayer.
; IJI.U. nrat rnaay earn wiontn),
St. Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spear Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon 7 JO a.m
Church School ., 1:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon ..... 7:00 pm
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 1:00 a.m
Evening Prayer .' 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
Holy Communion 7:00 am.
Morning Prayer :00 am
Evening Prayer 7:00 pm.
Family Eucharist 1:30 a.m.
St Petae Churek
The Rev. John Spear, Priest In CBaue
inornjng prayer ana church
School i 1:00 a.m
mon .. 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Clsss 1:30 am.
Choral Eucharist and Bar
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensona and Address .... 7:10 nm
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 7 JO p.m.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 am.
.Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven Li B. Shirley. Priest la Charge
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
Church of St. Marfarel
Espevd and Bretoa Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ant. HOLY DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
8:00 a.m.. Choral Eucharist at Sermon
1:30 .m Infant Baptism.
8.00 nm Church School
thoiti It BulldlhM 181)
5 JO p.m Youth Fellowship
7 00 m Evensona and Address
2nd arid 4th WEDNESDAYS
i .30 a m woman's Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
. Bt Paul's Church
The Vn Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
th Rev Fit. R Atwell hearm.
:M am. Holy Communion
00 am Sung Eucherlat t, Sermon
10:45 e n, Mornln Praver and Church
11:80 cc Holy Baptism :
uu.n.ni ooiemn vesper
1:30 d m Holy Communion
7:30 nm. Evening Prayer and Sermon
0:00 srit Holy Communion
7:00 p n. Evening Prayer
fHURSiiAYS AND FRIDAYS
HOLY 'dXyS01 CmmVnU
00 a.m. Holy Communion
CHRIST CHURCH HV-THK-SEA
er Farmer. Reel or
A. Blake, Assistant
.ofl a.m. Hoiy Commtmirw
www aerni nuiy sjoi
i'S 5J"i if"1 "ay,T'
i oo pm. Evening Prayer.
2 e nt. HOiy communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer,
7:30 Psm. Evening prayer ai
00 am! ll''lKBharllt.
IJO p in. Fyenltie Praver.
00 a m. Holv
7:oo t iu. Mhtnlna Praver.
(hi p.m. Evening frayer,
7.30 o.nj. Compline and Medlla
"iraiMI, TUHDAT 4k TH
lift RIO AHAdO
BL Christotshar'a ChOreh
10th Street. Perdue Lefevra
The Ray. Clarence ft. Havea.
crs't and Srmon
eveniohg tad Se,
Priest ta Charge
The Bay. Clarence A CragwelL
4:00 a m Holy Communion.
7:30 a m Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon
10:30 a m Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism
1:30 p m Evenson and Sermon.
7 JO D m in and 3rd. Woman 'e Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary TUESDAYS
4:30 p.m Junior Daughters of the
7:30 p.m Youth Fellowship.
1:00 a m Holv Communion.
7 00 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 pm Girls Friendly Society.
.jOOpm 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
1:30 s.m Junior Confirmation Class
CHURCH OP THE NAZAKENE
448 Erangiparu St. Ancon C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelson. Pastor
Box 287 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2-2102
Sunday School y:45 a.m
Worship Service 10:45 a.m
Youth Service 0:41 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7 JO p.m
Sunday: 1 a.m. Panama Wesley.
iu:.(u a.m. aunaay scnooi.
" 7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralao
10 a.m. Paralao Sunday School.
" 7:15 p.m. Paralao Evangelical
CHURCH OE THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hyeoug
Write: Box 5011 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School 1:45 a m.
Morning Worship 11 JO a.m
Evening Service 7 JO p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P 33rd Street Caat
Bay 1 N Brow. Minister
Divine Worship 1:30 a.m
Sunday School 1:00 o.m
Sunday Maaaaa 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo, R.P.
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p m and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Win Memorial
MM Balboa Road Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting- Sunday 1:30 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10 00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sundav 1:00 n m
Relief Society: Tuesdav 0-00 a.m.
MIA- Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4 00 p.m.
Telephone Walhna 4?27
Building 200 Srhnnlhnuse Road. Gatim
Sunday School: sunnav -30 am.
Sacrament Meeting: Sundav 11:00 a.m
CTTRttVDU PRrtTTtaTAarT Crtt'rtrri
"A Warm Hearted Oeinreh"
Milton K IHrJlj. Minister
Phone Res 83-7114 Of IS.SiOS
Sundav School t JO a.m
fA clsss fnr every age)
Momlne Worship 11 :00 a.m
Votith Fellnwyhlo 4:00 o.m
Fevenlne Wnrshln 7:r nm
Praver and Praise (Wad 7:00 p.m.
A Church nursey In provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Ranhae! The Archanrel
18th St West Wo 1
Holv Eneheriat- .imr1av a' 7 JO am
Tuesdave Wednesday, and Thursday
Sacrament of Unction fWeellne Bar-
ie) First Sundav of eeeb month a
7 JO ti.m
Mount Hallhet Ckrteflan Chnrrb
Panami 1 P
Rt Re T Tames D D Bishop
Mornina devotion 8:00 am
Fellnwshln Worship 11 00 a m
Sundav School 3 on n m
Divine Service 7:30 p.m
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School 1 a.m
Mornlne Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m
Visitors are welcome at all services
54 First Street
Urbanlzaclon 751 Carmen. Panamd City
Informal Talks and Dlseiimlons
Thursday a-fto p.m.
I Colon. tn Front trreet
(nn.talrs American Rataar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 7:30 o.m
ETHEL Mission cmmcB
tspslaha St.. Paralao. CZ
Rev Watdaha H Stewart Paster
Sunday 11 Jo a.m Wor.hlp Service.
8:00 p.m. Sundav School.
7-18 p.m. Gnspel Service
Monday: 7:30 Ymme People's Society
Wednesday 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursdav! 8:00 rhoti Rehearsal.
Friday! 7 Jo Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF OOD
14th St. (Monte Oscuro Hd.)
Rev. William Johnson Paster
Sunday School 1:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7 :30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St.. Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF COD
Mrs. M. Hlisae Paalor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOtl
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad SIS.
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School :30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:31) a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
Diablo Heights. C Z.
(near Diablo school)
Hey. Carl V. Thompson. Minuter
Jox St Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phones Heme. Camhoa 317
ruirrn Balboa 4J7I
scnooi ,,,,,, 10:00 ,m
i Service n too m
Youth Service f :jo p.m
Evangeliatic Service 7:30 om
WMday: nibld Study
and Prayer Service 7:30 p.m.
BRKfiEMKR LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Read at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Oumkk, Pastas
P.O Boa 116. Balboa
Buiutay School, Bime tie ou a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Molv rtarnmtirtllm flr.l ...
Former chapel of Our Saviours Epla Epla-eapel
eapel Epla-eapel chapel 3rd St and Melendel Ave..
NOW ( ristohal
Mr. F.uaene H, Datiaar, VUar
Sunday School. Bible Claas t:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:11 -a.m.
ttnlv riwiMiiiilM, I.,, C ,L.
m.mth' """"' u"
Jewis-i Weltare Boar a Bid nt.t La
ctuca 3oati Balboa. C.Z Ribb) Nathan
Servic Friday 1:30 o.m aamu
Jf p m
iSee ai listlnas ol Jewish serviem
jrCer osu Bases and Stations I.
: nn. Luuhnn Uni GN...... 1
..... ui.ct n...
nida Cib and Mth Street. Bella Vista
r-sname t itv Services 4:00 p.m
CHttlSll-Vr. SCOLNCa. v.lSCHCHJU
'iret Church ol Christ. Scientist. Anew
MO Aocoo Boulevara
4uiMa 11:00, rVednesdev s ot om
Sundav School IJO am
mt caurch oi Chri.i aciaalist. Crunoba
13th Sueet A Boliva Hiahway
sunna scnooi :gn am
Sunday 11:00 am. Wednesday 4:00 p.m
Posts and Bases
Sunday School 9.-0C
Morning Worship lu.UO
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
Sunday School (Building No.
Morning Worship io:30
Thursday -Evening Mid-Week
Service 7 .30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 1:00
Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Halo .... 1:11
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 8:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 1:01
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 1:30
Mornina Worship 1:30 A 10:41
Youth Fellowship 0:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
19th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 1:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radii. Station, Summit... 1:00
Dally Mass 0:30
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 1:31
Confaasiona, Saturday .. 1:30 a 7 .30
Sunday 8:00 A 8:25
Dally .Mass 1:41
S-..day Masses 7:45 A 8:0u
Confessions Saturday .. 0:30 A- 8:00
Dally Mats 1:13
Saturday Massea 8:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7 :3(l
Confesslona Saturday 6 .00 A 7 :30
Sunday Mast VM
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 0:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 13:00
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:01
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Mass 1:30
Friday 7 :31
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday a. 5:30
Sunday School Bldg. 313 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday 7 m
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 4:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:30
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:43
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 4:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Mass 7:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 10:13
Confessions, Saturday .. 1:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Creek Orthodox services are conduct
ed at the Church ol the Anunciation,
Via Belisario Punas. San Francisco da
la Caleta. Panama City, R.P., and al
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenida
Melendez, Colon, II P,, on alternate .Sun .Sundays
days .Sundays at 1:30. For further information,
call the Office of tha Army Chaplain
Weekly Services in all churches
Sabbath School 1:30 a.m.
?ivine Service 11 no a.m.
nm rr Meeting i:M p.m.
Bible study and Prayer Service
Pacific side ranaini
rastor VV. H. Waller 'Tel 118-3-5506
Cabo Verde. Ave t. T da la Gaaa
No. 17 Chorrillo 2Mb. No 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2 A St. between 3rd and 4th
Its. Rio A bile lllli No. 27 (Jlmboa
Paster O. D Williams- Tel. l-lto
Pastor A. A. Oriasla Tel ami
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
fusiur Norherto qulroi
Panama. Calle Darteti No. 1
Pedregal at Nuevo Guarare.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 38 8261.
Cristobal English lath e Bolivar Ave,
Crlatebal Spanish l1h A Bolivar Ave.
Civil Rights Group
In Little Rock Row
EAST LANSING, Mich. (UPI) -The
Federal Civil Right! Com Commission
mission Commission will not "interfere" with a
court order suspending integration
at Little Rock's Central High
School, commission Director Gor Gordon
don Gordon M. Tiffany said today.
Tiffany said the commission
Tuesday reviewed a June 21 fed
eral court order by district Judge
Harry Lemiey wnicn granted a
2V4-year postponement in desegre desegregation
gation desegregation of the school.
But he refused U elaborate on
the commission's closed-door dis discussion
cussion discussion except to say, 'We don't
intend to interfere with legal pro procedures."
cedures." procedures." 'You must remember we deal in j
a sensitive area," Tiffany said.
'We can't operate in a goldfish
Tiffany, a former New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire attorney general, said the
commission has "made progress
in every state since it was form formed
ed formed six months ago.
'We operate in the broad fields
of education, housing and voting,"
he said. "We're too young to be
making specific recommendations
at this point."
Tiffany said the commission has
had 'enthusiastic" response to
its work in all states. But he indi indicated
cated indicated it intends ta tread softly
in is anidiscrimination acton.
"In tha field, you can't make
haste and be successful," Tiffany
He declined to sav where most
of the discrimination complaints
sent to the commission originated
But he emtihasized there are prob problems
lems problems in both the North and South.
'The housing problem Is one
we must consider In the indus industrialized
trialized industrialized areas of both the North
and South," Taffany said.
The six-man commission and its
35-member staff will "have little
to lay publicly" before submitting
recommendations to the President
and Congress Sept. 9, 1959, Tiffany
'We'll do most of our work
through state advisory commit committees,"
tees," committees," he said.
MARCH CALLED OFF
MISAWA AIR FORCE BASE
Japan (UPI) The U. S. Air Fore
yesterday called off a search for
a 250 pound bomb believed .0
have been dropped accidentally
by one of its planes on the north northern
ern northern tip of Honshu. It said the
olane wasn't carrying any bombs.
The Air Force asked Japanese po police
lice police to launch the search when s
tower operator reported that m
American plane accidentally
dropped a practice bomb short of
himamatsu range in Aombri pre prefecture.
fecture. prefecture. CASA
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MIDSUMMER YULE TREE Stacking the grain in the
ancient Pennsylvania Dutch tradition is a curiosity. It comes
cLt looking like a Christmas tree. A demonstration of the art
M one of the ieatures of the Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival
held at Kutztown, Pa. The ninth festival will be held over
WHAT IS IMPORTANT
The things that really
count are spiritual in
nature . found only
by regular worship
in God'i holy sanctu sanctuary
ary sanctuary .. Put Christ first
in word and in deed.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL Classes for all ; ;
The Bible is our textbook come and bring your
Bible for a study of God's Word.
8:20 MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES 10:40
Enter Worship Leave to Serve
10:40 CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Rob't. Snyder
Children 5 12
Separate trom Adult Worship Service "'
6:30 TRAINING UNION
The Lord needs trained workers Training Union
Is designed for this purpose.
7:30 EVENING EVANGELISTIC SERVICE
The Gospel of Redemption is proclaimed.
NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Yankees. Braves To Meet Again In World Series, According To
Marlboro Defends Loop Lead
Against Carta Vieja Tonight
Sditor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Althea Gibson Retains
Wimbledon Singles Title
WIMBLEDON, England, July 5
(UP1) Althea Gibson of New
York today retained the Wimble
don Women's Singles title sym symbol
bol symbol of supremacy in amateur ten ten-nlsby
nlsby ten-nlsby defeating Britain's stub stub-born
born stub-born Angela Mortimer, 8-6, 6-2.
Miss Gibson, first fegro ever
to win the game's toi title, lost
three of her four previous match,
es with Miss Mortimer. And the
English girl, first unsoeded play player
er player to reach the women's final
since 1938, appeared set to upset
the bp-seeded American today
when she broke Althea's service
twice in the first set and reacn
ed set point in the 10th game.
But Mis Gibson, who repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly committed doublt fanln
and foot faults in the opening
games, reacted like a champion
before the standing room crowd
of 15,000. She won that 10th
game, held her service to take
the lead for the first time at
That Was the turning point. Al Althea
thea Althea finished off the first set by
cracking Miss Mortimer's serve
in the 14th game and was in
command the rest of the way.
, Miss Mortimer broke through in
the first game of the secon 1 set
and then made it 2-0 but Miss
Gibson swept the next six games
to end the match.
She held service with a series
of smashes and made it 2-all with
a drop shot that ended the long
baseline rally. Althea then forged,
ahead at 3-2 although she com-1
milted her 11th foot-fault of the
mr.ch. She broke through Miss
Mortimer at love for 4-2. made it
5-2 while serving her first acej
and then broke Angela again to
In the first set, Miss Mortimer
used a series of lobs to broak
Miss Gibson's serve in the first i
game and made it 2-0 by holding
service in a baseline duel. Miss
Mortimer, normally a baseinej
player, then tried to exploit ner
lead by playing the net. But Al Althea
thea Althea won the third game with
passing shots although she com committed
mitted committed two double faults. She
broke Angela's serve to make it
Miss Gibson dropped her
serve in the fifth game while
committing three double faults.
Miss Mortimer raised her lead
RIP-ROARING WESTERN DRAMA:
RIDE OUT FOR REVENGE
OPENS TOMORROW AND MONDAY AT
A rip-roarinK adventure of the west, "RIDE OUT FOR
REVENGE," starring Korv CALHOUN, Gloria (.H Ml AMI
Lloyd BRIDGES and Joanne GILBERT, is slated to open
tomorrow and Monday at "DRIVE-IN" Theatre through
United Artists release. The picture tells through action and
drama, the hate between while man and red man on the
Great Plains in the 1880's and how some people did their
best to erase that hatred. They story is set in the Dakotas
some ninety years ago when the Army attempted to move
,U the Cheyennes from fthelr hunting grounds in Okla Oklahoma.
homa. Oklahoma. Some resisted with a violence that exploded through throughout
out throughout the linderhox west. Advt.
THE FLAME AND
I THE ARROW
With Burt Lancaster
PA. I A, VI A GAME
with Doris Day
to 4-2 during a series of I o n g
rallies. Althea held service in
the seventh game despite a
double-fault but Miss Mortimer
got to 5-3 with the help of two
calls against Althea.
Miss Gibson served a love
game to trail, 4-5. She then broke
through to make it 5-all alter An An-gela
gela An-gela had one set point. Auhea
then took the next game. Miss
Mortimer pulled even again but
appeared to have lost her zip and
Miss Gibson was a picture of con.
ifdence- although she dropped the
first two games of the last set.
Happened to ..
The Chicago Cubs brought up
Frank Demarre, an expensive
prospect from Calif., in 1932, but
the stocky outfielder didn'i make
the grade until 1935 and then
with a fine .325 batting jverage
as the Cinderella-style Cubs wr
the flag. The next year, Demaree
hit .350. then .324 the following
season. He helped the Cubs win
another pennant in '38 but moved
to the Giants in a shakeup fol'ow fol'ow-ing
ing fol'ow-ing the Cub old. up against the
Yankees in the '38 World Series.
Demaree twice hit over 300 for
the Giants but moved on the Bos.
ton Braves and wound up his ca career
reer career in 1944 with the Cardinals.
Whatever happened to Frank
Dmaree. Now 48, he is a techni technician
cian technician on movie sound stages in
ENJOY DAY OFF
LOS ANGELES (UPD-The Los
Angeles Dodgers for the first time
in their recollection had a day off
on July 4th, traditionary one o."
baseball's big days. The Dodgers
played a double header Thursday
night with the Cardinals and had
yesterday off because their home
grounds, Memorial Coliseum, an.
nually is the scene of a fireworks;
display sponsored by the Amen-,
can Legion and the baseball clubinlace tie with Marlboro, fcrnesio
agreed to give up the date.
IV O LI
jjoBipBk. PP1 dttfieieieKSBrVW -r1-,'
with J. Weissnniller
- Also: -TARZAN
vs. .P. Legion
SANDS OF IWO
Wednetday night's results
Kent 82, C. Balboa 76
Perlection 64, Carta Vieja 57.
Panama vs Nacional 7:30.
Carta Vieja vs Marlboro 9B:30.
By VICTOR GRAY
The b P. cage loop continues
tomghr with Panama Cigarettes
plavmg Nacional in the opener
and winless Carta Vieja against
star-studded Marlboro in the aft afterpiece.
erpiece. afterpiece. Prof. Luzcando and nis
boys will be but to show the pub public
lic public that last Saturday n i g u t's
loss (0 the champs has not slow slowed
ed slowed them up any and, with Luis
Parfaith available, hope to resume
their winning ways.
On the other hand the Zachris Zachris-sonmen
sonmen Zachris-sonmen who are showing improve improvement
ment improvement in every game will be out
there to fight for every point.
With their peerless playmaker E E-milio
milio E-milio Sonel in the line-up, along
with sharpshooters Ricardo Checa
and Livingston Powell, fans at attending
tending attending will be treated to the
same exciting brand of basketball
which the clubs 'have been play playing
ing playing all season.
Fifi Tom and his cohorts have
a chance to pick up a half game
on idle Kent when they meet
luckless Carta Vieja in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. According to recent reports
the Colonites will be out in 'ull
strength with Costa Rican flash
Eddie Bermudez again in ihe
lineup, teaming with (Emminent)
Emmett Bryant, Julie Andrade,
Ernesto Taylor and the rest.
Coach McArtbiir continues to
have his sleepless nights, as h's
club refuses to adopt the local
game, running like wild, shooting
from all angles a ndcharging the
basket after every shot with the
possibility of converting rebounds
into scores. His club is always in
there giving a good accout of it
self, but unfortunately its best ef efforts
forts efforts are never good enough. On
two occasions he has had high high-pointers
pointers high-pointers scoring 27 and 28 point s
only to have the rest of the team
failing to cooperate for a winning
Kent Surprises Cerveta Balboa
In one of the biggest suprises
of the voun," season, he Perdo Perdo-mo
mo Perdo-mo trained Kent outfit, walked
nff the court with a well-earned
82 to 76 triumph over favorite
Cerveza Balboa, in a contest in
which the cigarettemen led by
Mauriei Saarlatt 17, IBob Chrislo Chrislo-oher
oher Chrislo-oher 16 and "Big" George Hall
ifi protected slim leads throughout
the contest to wind up m a firt
Davie and Edgardo (Perez a)
White with 17 anrl 16 points re respectively
spectively respectively were high-pointers for
For Carta Vieja in the night nightcap,
cap, nightcap, it was the same old Story.
The other team won. This time
it was Perfection Stoves taking
the measure of the liquormen
with Asilino Santos as their big
man with 18 points. Again, the
Zonians were unable to score the
necessarv points from rebounds
under 'heir own baskets. Gary
Alexander with 17 points played
1 pnod "a me for the losing Car; a
Plavcr 0! Te Day
Don't try to tell the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators Mickey Mantle Is in
They know a lot differently be because
cause because thev saw him tee off for
two tremendous homers against
them in an 11-3 victory by the
New York Yankees Thursday.
Mantle's first homer cleared the
31 font risht-field fence. 372 feet
awav The ball, still rising when
it left the park, landed on a roof
across the street rom Griffith
His second homer went two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the way into the 'eft
field bleachers. Mantle is the only
man in history ever to clear the
left-field bleachers in Washington.
Both homers were hit off right righthander
hander righthander Russ Kemmerer.
Lauren Bacall In
"THE GIFT OF LOVE"
Forrest Tucker in
"The Abominable Snowman
From The Himalayas"
BOP GIRL GOES
RUN FOR THE SUN
New York Holds Comfortable
Margin While Milwaukee
In Tightest N.L. Flag Race
By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, July 5 (UPI) BaseboH lore says it
be the Yankees against the Braves in the World
Series for the second straight
champion Braves will have to escape from the tightest
National League pennant race in history.
The teams leading on the Fourth
of July will win the pennants, ac according
cording according to the old legend, and you
can bet the rent money that the
Yankees will make good with their
10 Va.game lead in the American
But how about those Braves?
Just when it seemed they were go going
ing going to open a big National League
lead, they've lost four straight
games including 5.1 and 4-0 holi holiday
day holiday losses to the Phillies and
now they're only 1 Vi games in
front of second-place St. Louis.
From top to bottom in the N.L.,
the distance is only 7 games and
that the shortest "spread" in
league history at this point. Until
now, the tightest race on July 4
was in 1915 when the first.place
Cubs were 8 Mt games ahead of
the last-place Giants.
But the Braves can boost their
morale by remembering that the
"jinx" has been working pretty
good in recent years. Although the
Redlegs were first in the league
last July 4, and then wound up
fourth, actually the Fourth.of-July
rule has held rule in 10 of the last
12 pennant races in the big
It was no secret what happened
to the Braves yesterday. They just
went, deeper into their batting
slump and now have scored only
two runs in the last four games.
Lefty Curt Simmons and reliever
Dick Farrell held them to seven
hits in the opener, and then Jack
Sanford blanked 'em on just four
in the nightcap as the Phils beat
10-game winner Warren Spahn.
Ex-Brave Carl Sawatski made
'em moan in the opener by driv
ino, in three runt with a homer,
double, and two tingles, and Ed.
die Kaxanski paced the attack
on Spahn with a triple and two
singles. The Phils' Ed Bouchee
made his second day back in the
lineup another big one with five
in seven trips.
The Yankees swept Washington,
2.1 and 13.1. If they play only .500
ball for the rest of season, they'll
finish with 87 wins and the second,
place A's would have to play .605
ball (compared to their present
.521 pace) to match that.
In other holiday action: The A's
nipped the White Sox twice, 6-5
and 4-3; Cleveland downed Detroit,
6-1, and then lost, 3-1 Boston de
5700 MATERIEL MIX MASTERS
Boyd Brothers 2 Matter Misses 2
The Smith Corona machines of
Boyd Brothers, saw their first
place lead brought down two pegs.
Giving away 105 pins handicap
was a load that was too heavy for
the high and mighty Boyd Broth Brothers
ers Brothers to carry. They took the first
stanza by ten pins, but they weak weakened
ened weakened under the burden and the
Master Misses asserted themselves
with such forcefulness that they
garnered the second encounter and
insured themselves the TP mark marker.
er. marker. The BB's took the finale and
settled for an even split. It was a
trio of Iwo guys and a doll that
broe 500 for the Master Misses,
when Al Ketree and Mel Liedner
collected 516 and 525 hdep series.
For the league leaders Her High Highness
ness Highness Grace Moskowitz took the
Smith "Corona" with 507.
Sparks 4 Overdues 0
Encouraged by the even split of
the Boyd Brothers, the Sparks in
the runnerup position slaughtered
the last place Overdues. The whole
pack of Sparks, sparkled like
Fourth of July sparklers. Benny
the Bowler Hays broke 505 scratch
but had to settle as second best
in the hdep division because wifie
dear, Laurel beat him 573 to 563.
Vince Santrell was next, with 548
and the Cases. Forest and Marie
proved the female is more deadly
with the pins, because Marie made
521 and Forest 507. For the Tail,
enders, Nick Nichols was all by
himself with 564.
Gutter Rett 0 Snarks 4
The Gutter Rats went down In
one two and three order, but tlieir
exterminators had a battle ill the
way. The Snarks, snatched the
first one by 8 pins, the second by
13, and the last game by 17 pins
for a clean sweep. This clean up
job on the Gutter Rats still leaves
the third place air transports
year, but first those world
feated Baltimore, 5-1, befort Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, took the nightcap, a.3; Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati came out oi a batting slump
to beat Pittsburgh twice, 4-3 anu
8-3; and San Francisco rallied to
beat the Chicago Cubs, 6-5, before
the Cubs took their second game,
61. Los Angeles and St. Jouis
were not scheduled.
nob Turley of the Yankees, the
majors' top winning hurler, posted
his 12th in their opener, hitting a
homer in his own cause. Then the
Yaks staged their batting
spree of the season with 22 hits in
the nightcap, including five by
Norm Siebern and tour by winning
pitcher Art Ditmar- Mickey, Mantle
of the Yanks and Rpy Sievers of
the Senators each hit his 19th
homer. Bob Cerv, who may miss
the all-star game with a broken
toe, pinchhit his 22nd homer with
one on in the eighth inning to
give the A's their opening game
win. Homers by Harry Simpson
and Bill Tuttle and a run scoring
ninth-inning double by Joe De De-maestri
maestri De-maestri forged the second game
win although a two-run homer by
Sherm Lollar of the White Sox in
the ninth made it close.
Larry Doby drove in four runs
with a homer and three singles to
pace the Indians' opening game
win as Cat McLish staggereo the
distance with a 10-hit job. Doby
also singled in his first trip in the
second game, his seventh straight
hit, but Billy Martin's tie-breaking
homer in the seventh inning swung
that game in Detroit's favor as ex ex-National
National ex-National Leaguer Herm Wehmeier
got his first A.L. win.
Frank Sullivan's five hitter
gave Boston its opening victory,
but Arnie Portocarrero won the
nightcap with a nine-hitter on a
two run rally in the eighth.
The Redlegs, who had only three
runs in the last five games, wallop,
ed five homers in their twin win
over the Pirates. Ed Bailey's hom homer,
er, homer, double and single helped reliev reliever
er reliever Alex Kellner take the opener.
Then two homers by Gus Bell and
one each by Jerry Lynch and Don
Hoak assisted Bob Purkey to his
ninth win in the second.
The Giants rallied to win their
opener with five runs in the ninth.
Willie Mays delivering the last
two with a single. But Dave Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man stopped 'em on five hits in
the second game.
Snarks 15 points out of first place
and the end of the season is near
The big hero in the Snarks crew
was Jim Williams who had an ex excellent
cellent excellent 543 scratch and the nearest
one to him was Lorgst Stover with
518 hdep set. For the scrappy rod.
ents the three males were rough,
"Isaac" Newton with the help of
the law of gravity, toppled 504
pins. Jim Weaver went down with
527 and Marv Harvey harrassed
the enemy with 516.
Blinds 3 Remington Rand 1
With both squads about equal in
the handicap handouts, the first
division Remington Rand team
were the favorites to win. But the
Blinds wide awake upset the ap apple
ple apple cart by putting on a stirring
rally after losing the lirst game,
and took the next three games.
The Woodyards Nata and Tom
bowling 532 and 531 with Nata tak.
ing the honors. Another feminine
creature, Nana Guoyr gave her
husband a lesson in bowling when
she tallied 524. For the defeated
Remington Rands. Claud Hays
grabbed the spotlight for his team
Toronto Man Starts
In 12-Foot Boat
SYDNEY. N.S. (UP) Bert
Smith. 33, of Toronto set out on
his solo trip across Ihe Atlantic
Friday in 12-fool, home-made
Smith, set sail from Norih Syd
ney, Cape Breton, amid shouting
and car horn blowing from a
small group of well-wishers.
Smith, a light metals worker,
hoped to break Ihe record as the
smallest craft to cross the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Ocean.
He made his "Orenda Too" in
his garage. It has five water
light compartments, one of which
is his living quarters. Two hol hollow
low hollow aluminum masts, open at the
top, provide fresh air when the
hatch is hattened down during
The Stud Los Siete's unbeaten
Argentine horse Perdulario made
it three straight yesterday after,
noon in the $3,000 added U.S. In Independence
dependence Independence Day Classic at the
President Remon racetrack. The
five-year-old chestnut flyer scored
by one length over Informal in
the one-mile-and-one eighth fea feature.
ture. feature. Poorly ridden Homan wound up
third, Embassy was fourth, Ragaz Ragaz-za
za Ragaz-za fifth, Playboy sixth, Gavilan
seventh and Parasol last. Perdu Perdulario
lario Perdulario turned the nine furlongs in
1:52 1-5 far off Polemon's track
record of 1:50 3-5.
Alfredo Vasquez kept the ion of
Petrarca Hannah close to the
pacesetters and because of his
overconfidence almost got closed
out like Informal was some three
furlongs out. This probably was
the point where the race was de
cided because while Perdulario
shot to the front, Informal was
taken back, losing some two or
three lengths in the maneuver.
Perdulario turned into the home homestretch
stretch homestretch on top but Informal came
up again on the inside and pressed
the winner all the way to the wire
while making him feel the bite of
a whip in local competition for the
first time. Informal was some five
lengths ahead of the rest of the
field which bunched in a blanket
for third, fourth, fifth and sixth
Perdulario, one fii, only three
mutuels favorites to score, re
turned $3. Fifito led the outsiders
with a $20.20 payoff in the sixth
race. Other juicy win dividends
were Coral's $10.60, Don Pastor's
$13.80 and Riotous' $8.40.
Fortunato Hidalgo Jr. probably
surprised even himself by booting
home two winners. He was the on.
ly rider to score more than once.
-Coral $10.60, $2.20
-xPappa Flynn $2.20
1 Empire Cross $5.20,
2 Oliver $2.20
First Double: $36.40
1 Don Pastor $13.80, $2.40
2 Domitila $2.20
1 Filon $5.40, $3:40
2 El Pequeno $SJ60
1 Don Ciri'n 3.60, $2.40
2 Florete $2.80
-Fifito $20.20, $7.40
-Emily Mary 4.80
1 Riotous $8.40, $5.20
2 Greco $10.40
Second Double: $114
1 Alucinado 5, $3.80
2 Campagnard $4.20
1 Perdulario $3, $3
2 Informal $3.60
1 Al Justo $2.80, 2.20
2 Sputnik $2.20
1 Titita $4, $5
2 TWi Fruti $5
Terra Firma Upsets
Lincoln Road In Hot
CHICAGO (UPI)-H. E. Olson's
Terra Firma upset the odds-on
favorite. Lincoln Road, to win the
$85,000 Stars and Stnpesr Handi Handicap
cap Handicap at Arlington by a head ;n a
photo finish yesterday.
Ismael Valenzuela, riding Lin-
coin Road, charged that Lois C
Cook, up on Terra Firma, had
fouled him in the stretch and an
inauirv was declared. But the
stewards found the complaint was
without basis and Terra Firma's
win was allowed to stand.
Terra Firma and Lincoln Road
made the mile and one eighth
dash a two-horse race. Lincoln
Road, finishing second for the
sixth time this year, five of 'them
in stake races, broke first out of
the gate as usual and set the pace
all the way into fhe stretch with
Terra Firma a sound second ajl
With an eighth of a mile to go.
Cook moved Terra Firma to the
inside, head and head with Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Road, and the two horses
matched strides to the wire, with
Terra Firma grabbing a narrow
edge for the top prize of $54,800.
The win increased Terra Firm's
lifetime earnings to $71,650.
Terra Firma was an 8-to-l
choice in the betting, third In the
field and paid $19.9900, $5.20 and
$3.40 Lincoln Road returned $2.80
and $2.40 and Mrs. Ada L. Rice's
Judge, one of a two-horse entry,
paid $3.60 to show, beating Fred
W. Hopper's Olyraar by a length.
Terra Firma was timed at 1:
50 3-5, compared tothe track rec record
ord record 1:48 1-5, but the track was
Crnrnc Ono. nnnh
July 4th Classic
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee.
Chicago at Los Angeles (N).
St. Louis at San Francisco.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia 000 220 0105 10 0
Milwaukee 000 000 1001 7 0
Simmons, Farrell (8) and Sa Sawatski;
watski; Sawatski; Rush, Johnson (5), Robin Robinson
son Robinson (6), Cpnley (8) and Rice. WP.
Simmons (6-8). LP.Rush (6-4).
HRS-Mantilla (5th), Sawatski (2)
Philadelphia 000 202 0004 9 1
Milwaukee 000 000 000---0 5 0
Sanford (6.6) and Lopata; Spahn
(10-5) and Crandall.
unicago 100 000 0135 9 0
San Franrisco 000 0OQ 0150 9 2
Briggs, Elston (8), Hobbie (9.
Drott (9) y S. Taylor, Tappe (9);
Worthington, Monzant (9), Gris.
som (9) and Schmidt. WP-Grissom
(5-3) LP-Hobbie (6-6). HRS-Walls
(17), Thomson (9).
Chicago 310 000 002-0 11 0
San Francisco 000 000 0011 5 1
Hillman (1-0) and Neeman; An An-tonelh,
tonelh, An-tonelh, Gomez (1), Grissom (9;,
Monzant (9) and Schmidt. LP-An.
tonelli (8.7). HR.Neeman.
f'ittsburgh 111 00 0003 9 0
Cincinnati 002 110 OOx 4 9 1
Kline, R. Smith (5), Gross (7)
and Hall, Foiles (6); Newcombe
Kellner (3) and Bailey. WP.Kell.
ner (1.0). LP-Kline (7-9). HRS-Ma.
zeroskiX?), Virdqn (3), Bjajley (6fj.
Pittsburgh 101 010 0003 8 0
Cincinnati 210 103 Olx 8 11 1
Law, R. Smith (5), Porterfield
(7) and Kravitz, Foiles tl); Pur.
key (9.5) and Burgess. LP.Law (7
6). HRS-Lynch 6), Hoak 4). Vir Virion
ion Virion (4), Bell 2 7 and 8).
Only games scheduled.
(Thursday Night's Results)
St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 2
Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 2.
Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 0
Don't Be A
NEW YORK (NEA) Jack
Fleck is an advocate of the signs,
and.slogans approach to slow
The 1955 United States Open
champion suggests, Don't be a
Other slogans which might be
effective at strategic points would
Accentuate the go in golf.
Maintain good pace nad keep
your piace. y
Golf is relaxation, not a fu
You can't hold up your head if
you hold up the course.
Analyze your shot, but don't
paralyze the course.
ADLAI VISITS DENMARK
OSLO, Norway (UPI) Adlai
Stevenson flew here from Copen.
hagen today for a four dav
visit in Norway. The former Dem.
ocratic presidential candidate is
louring Europe with a party that
Includes two Of his sons. He will
go on to Stockholm, Sweden Fri-day.
THE RAMING TERROR TORN DAY THE
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AMERICAN LEAGUE s.V
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Boston at flew York (N).
Detroit at Chicago (N).
Kansas City at Clevlnd (N).
Baltimore at Washington.
New York 001 000 100 2 T 0
Washington 100 000 000 1 3 1
Turley (12.3) and Berra; Ramoa
(6-6) and Courtney. HR Turley.
New York 026 002 2i0.13 22 3
Washington 100 001 0002 4 2
Ditmar (3.1) and Howard; Ciev Ciev-enger,
enger, Ciev-enger, Valentinetti (3), Stobbs (7)
and Courtney, Korlheck (8). LP.
Clevenger (4-8). HRS-Siebern (7),
Skowron (8), Sievers (19) Mantle
Kansas City 000 001 320 6 10 1
Chicago 401 000 000 5 6 0
Dickson. Grim (1). Gorman m
Tomanek (8) and .Chiti, H. Smith
w; wynn, snaw (7), Lown 7)
and Battey. Winner Gorm An 7.-
3). Loser Lown (0-1). HRs
Landi$, Battey, Boone, Cerv.
hit Kami )
Kansas City 000 013 001--4 9 2
Chicago 000 000 1023 11 1
Daley, Tomanek (9) and Chiti;
Moore, Staley. (7), ualters 9 an
Lollar. WP.Daley (1-6). LP.Moore
(5-3). HRS.Simpson (4), Tuttle (4),
Detroit 010 000 000 1 10 2
Cleveland 301 020 00X 6 11 0
Foytack, Susce (3), Morgan (6),
Hoeft (7) and Hegan. McLish (5.
5) and Nixon, Brown (8). Loser
Foytalk 6-8). HR Doby.
Detroit 000 001 1013 9
Cleveland 010 000 0001 6
Wehmeier,-Aguirre (9) and He.
gan; Grant, Mossi (8) and J' W
Porter. WP.Wehmeier (1.0). LP
Grant (6-6). HR-Martin (6).
Baltimore 000 100 000 1 5 0
Boston 010 004 OOx 5 9 1
Pappas, Zuverink (2), Johnson
(3) Beamon (8) and Triandos.
Sullivan (6.2) and White. Lbser
Baltimore 000 003 0205 12 0
Boston 200 000 0013 9 1
Portocarrero (6-5) and Triandos;
Forniebes, Nixon (6), Smith (9)
and Berberet. LP-Fornieles (3.5).
FEAST OR FAMINE
BOSTON (UPI) it's either
feast or famine for Baltimore's
Billy Loes. Loes lost seven
straight games without a victory
ihis season. He scored his first
victory on July l and, neatly
notched his second Thursday when
he blanked Boston over the last
5 2-3 innings in a 15-inning 7-5
triumph by Baltimore.
WIN RELAY TITLE
AACHEN, Germany (UPI)
West Germany's championship
jumping team of Fritz Thied.
mann, Hans-Guenther Winkler and
Hermann Schriddle wo the Euro.
Hermann Schriddle wort the Euro Euro-time
time Euro-time of 232.2 seconds for the 15
R EL E AS E
ONE DAY 'f
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SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1958
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Trovers Wouc Go Nowhere Without
FOR THE MAR6l.ES Mike Edens, 7. learned a few things
about marbles when the Los Angeles Dodgers visited Cincin Cincinnati.
nati. Cincinnati. Mike didn't know that the inflelder got the nickname,
Pee Wee, because he was a marble champion in his youth, nor
did he know his real name was Harold Henry Reese. But
the diamond veteran and the kid had one thing in common
All-Star Game May Produce
Stingiest Pitching of Classic
By OSCAR FRAUEY
I won only two of the seven All
Star games in which he has man-
NEW YORK (UPI) The All- aged. But this time around he
Star Game moves into the pitcii- looks to have the tools of victory.
eri,; paradise called Memorial Old K. C. is expected to open
StadiunKat Baltimore next Tues-i with ei.her his own Bob Twley
day and from here! it look like or Early Wynn of the White Sox.
an American League triumph in If there's a shift to left-h.ar.ded
what well may provide the stingi batting power he can follow up: thing. He owes it all to Steve
.-!.-!-: ,u hoe aopn iWli VV't. TVrvna. Vtlt.ll
in 18 years. 1 or Billy Pierce and his ace in the! Miller 'won th. Messenger last young "M wllJ. be n .t0W,Jif?"t
By JIMMY BRiSLIN
WESTBURY, N.Y. (NEA -Del
Miner stiL has some trouble be believing
lieving believing it is real.
"i inade more money in one
nigat here than 1 used to in a year
beiore we had places like tint,'
Miller was standing on the far
turn at Roosevelt naceway on
Long island and in the darkness
the tracks' sweep of bright lights,
white concrete ana haze of cigar cigarette
ette cigarette snrpke hanging over the
crowd seemed too imposing to be
"We have the Messenger Stake
for pacers here July 4," Mi ler
went on. "It'll come to $150,000
in value. Two of my horses, O' O'Brien
Brien O'Brien Hanover anu Thorpe Han.
over, are coming along one for
it. It I win, I'll take the money
all right. But I know right after
it I'll be back at the hotem with
a bottle of bey trying to con.
vince myself it happened.
"I've been around harness nor.
es since I was a little, kid, 11 or
12 years old. A tremendous year
used to be $80,000. Now 1 go a,
round $760,000, which is what my
stable won last year.
"There's only one reason for it.
You hear this guy or that guy
mentioned as the big man in
harness racing. Well, we wouldn't
have anything if Steve doesn't
come up with the notion."
He meant Steve Phillips, of
course. Back in 1935, Steve used
to spend his free time at old Ran Ran-dall
dall Ran-dall Park in Cleve and tinkering
with a beat-up car which carried
a set of airplane wings. Jt was
the forerunner of the sleek Phil,
lips mobile starting gate. Night
racing helped no end, of course
but it was the Phillips starting
gate that save the sport.
"Man could keep them scoring
for 45 minutes before they final finally
ly finally got a start in the old walk up
days," Miller says. "Now you
get off right on the burton. It
happens so automatically they
.orget all about Steve. I'm putting
on a dinner lor him on Julyy6
We're charging $7.50 for tickets
but the guy who wins the Messen-
ger should pay for the whole
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To Give Exhibitions On Canvas
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK, (UPI) A rising
Memorial Stadium with its vast hole down the s.relch is Ryneiyear with Meadowland. This year week f9r Xvj olverse extiiDiuon.
acreage and distant fences is not Duren.
sluggers baa par, io top u
off, the American League un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly has the edge when it
comes to pitching this time
Won't Let Me
Out To Play'
And pitching, or the lack of it,
Is what decides ball games.
Magnanimously awarding the
American League staff the acco accolade
lade accolade of, nmstotAS survey of
the .Baltimore-records this season
has to make the. American League
the decided favorite.
Baltimore, as example, nas
liosted 33 games this season as of
ruesdav. Pitching was the key
lector two.thirds of the time with
number 01 dtwimbh periuuu periuuu-ices.
ices. periuuu-ices. Oamts Were Close
Of those 33 games at Memorial
Stadium, 10 were decided by one
run and 10 others were shutouts.
Pitchers laboring on the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore hill had pitched a one-hitter,
a trio of two-hitters, a three three-hitter,
hitter, three-hitter, six four-hitters and six
Whieh means that outstanding
pitching featured 17 of the 33 con contests.
tests. contests. Bo.h sides undoubtedly will now
shower down with a record num number
ber number of basehits come Tuesday.
But, considering the record, this
park should produce a tightly-
pitchea anair wnn me accent on
getting one run across. Maybe the
In recent years the club wield wield-ers
ers wield-ers have had a field day. The
closest thing to a pitching duel
was in 1952 when both sides
chalked up only eight litis as1 the
National League won a 3 to 2
thriller. But you have to discount; New York's Bronx wmo took the
that somewhat because the game $64,000 Question show apart
Turley, in one Baltimore ap appearance
pearance appearance this year, hurled a one one-hitter.
hitter. one-hitter. Wynn pitched a seven -hitter
there but was clubbed in an another
other another Baltimore outing. 7crd
tossed a five-hitter at the stadium
and O'Dell has a four -hitter to his
The Afmerfeatr Leaguers also
have the advantage of familiarity
with the wide-open premises. So
you have to be a longshot bettor
to go for the kids from the other
side of the baseball tracks.
i.;. .ai: u f.. u on canv
ilia iwy lull nave line Lll.lNir j it A r.,,
to give him a reDeat Come Tflfesday, Harwood Craw,
give mm a repeat. mmwM trti,t whi.
The stake is for three-year-old does brilliantly plumaged birds in
pacers and it is the first of a oils for a calendar company, will
Triple Crown set up which in. put on an exhibit of his work.
eludes the Little Brown Jug at Come Friday, this sa'me Har.
Delaware, O.. and the Cane Pace : wood Crawford known to afi
cionados of the manly art as
Mickey Crawford will climb
through the ropes at MadisOn
at Yonkers Raceway.
"Last year," Del was saying,
"the check was for $100,084.31. I
thought I was used to big money
by then, but I Had a lot of cool cooling
ing cooling out to do at the hotel before
I gave in to myself and took it
"But you earn it. These bank bank-ed
ed bank-ed turns on a half-mile track are
tough. I couldn't run O'Brien Han Hanover
over Hanover expect on a one-mile track
all last year. The colt just wouldn't
take these turns."
Mill.r stepped talking as Phil Phillips'
lips' Phillips' white convertible, with its
gate spread out, came around the
turn, leading a field toward the
In front of tthe stands the car
pulled away and the race start started.
ed. started. The car pulled into a slot
near the first turn.
"Everybody watches the hors.
es," Del Miller said. "Steve Phil,
lips just pulls mto a corner and
they forget him. We'd have no nothing
thing nothing without him. They forget
was called at the end of the fifth
inning because of rain.
Thus, to get the piece de re resistance
sistance resistance of the classic in the mat matter
ter matter of limiting the number of hits,
you have to go all the way back
to the 1940 tilt at St. Lbuis. Bon
teams managed a total of only 10
hits that day low total for the
aeries as the National Leaguers
won the game by a 4 to 0 count.
May Start Turley
Casey Stengel, the American
League manager by virtue of
NEW YORK (NEA) A pub publicity
licity publicity woman named Julia Small Small-wood
wood Small-wood was appalled by the idea.
"Mrs. Beatrice Strom, his
mother, will not even allow the
boy to have his picture taken in
public places," Miss SmallwooJ
said. "I am certain she will have
none of this."
All that had- been done was
issuing an invitation to Robert
Strom, 12, to spend a day at
Belmont Park. Slide rule, scratch
sheet and, certainly candy bars
were to be supplied. The invita invitation
tion invitation was stormfty turned down.
ADnearance of t:,vmle hand!
Strom is the youngster from j cappers at Belmont has brought
up one major economy p;obicm.
They must he accompanied by
a parent and as one mother not noted,
ed, noted, "The programs cost as much
as a quart of milk. Near the end
of the week a pvrs.i might be
forced to make a coice."
Square Garden in an attempt to
daub the features of one Gaspar
Harwood t-1 or "Mickey" as
you'd better call him unless you
can run like Bobby Morrow Morrow-hopes
hopes Morrow-hopes that both exhibitions are a
success. The first wou'd merely
provide aesthetic satisfaction, ev even
en even though the viewers will be mem members
bers members of the cauliflower set.
was inaugurated is S.aneiy Ull Ull-man,
man, Ull-man, 5, ol Brooklyn who came
up with a daily do-lo'i and bet
same through his favorile
'beard," his father.
for $192,000. and then went on to
pick up $32,000 on the "$64,0(K
Challenge." Aler careful const const-deration,
deration, const-deration, he seemed to be the
best bet to make a name for him himself
self himself under new York racing's
new vogue of allowing children in into
to into the tracks.
Second choice was Fred Siifier,
who is 15 now, but is entering
his senior year at Harvard. Safier
doesn't have the money making
background of Strom, but per performance
formance performance charts show he's plenty
The leading handuapper at
The second show is the big one,
however, because Mickey nas i-
deas oi becoming the lira, world
boxing champion produced by ihe
city of Saginaw, Mich., since Kid
Lavigne ruled the lightweight
ranks in Ihe gay 90 s.
Crawford, a 24-year-old boxer,
has' come fast in recent months
to reach fifth ranking amon; the
welterweights. Son of George
Crawford, a former flyweight, his
career jelled rapid y after long
periods of exasperation. This ex
plains why, at 24, ne has hau only
24 bouts in a business-where they
start young and fade early.
He was tempted at one stage to
give up the ring and concentrate
on his job with a commercial art
firm in Detroit. Then came the
night when Art Greenwald, the
head man of the firm, went to the
lights and heard that a good
young battler named Mickfv
Craw.ord also was a commercial
Dual Role Disc'osed
Investigation disclosed that Mic Mickey
key Mickey Crawford, the fighter. was the
same Harwood Crawford who
worked in Rreenwald's own I'rjn.
Greenwald, the artist, RuBse.
quently became Greenwald the
Crawford, the artist, became
Mirkev Ihe fighter.
It has been a happy combina combination.
tion. combination. Miekev has won four in a
row this year to run his rerord fi
22 wjns 'i 24 bouts arainst two
losses. His victims inclu swh
m PaHv Dc Maoo. W'l",
wnt Park Tuesday- af.ernoon toBud) Smith. Chico Vejar and Gil
capture the $7500 San Clements: Turner.
Purse by two lengths.
Forsaking his usual desperate Ortega, his next onnonent, hag
gallop In the stretch. Silky d'.- e" h evneren"P. ri
mal failure in the Kentucky Der Mexican Indian, who ranks fourth
bv and Preakness never trailedj '"one the wer. has won 4fi of
by more than three lengths under, 58 bouts apainst H losses nH one
a sieady ride by jockey Bill Shoe-! draw "He has split in two bouts
maker. ithh vear.
The next major test for Silky "I"" be hi week svs
is the $100,000 Westerner on Crawford. "Ini3"ine. two exhibl exhibl-Juiy
Juiy exhibl-Juiy 19. tions in one week."
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)-The
"new" Silky Sullivan may not
provide as many thrills as the
"old," but if his latest race is
any indication he's 'probably going
to make a lot of bettors happier.
Silky, after a long drought in
which he failed to win a race de
spite his highly publiczed late fin
ish, came home in front at Hoiiy
being the pennant winner, has Belmont since the children's rule
MACDONALD ft MUIR LIMITID, DUtlllort. Lalth,
' 11 11 11 1 1 1
Aaron In His Longest Slump,
But He Isn't Losing Any Sleep
By HARRY GR4YSON
MILWAUKEE (Nfc 1 A sporH
writer visiting BraflenUn in, March
was surprised to near Henrjt Aa Aaron
ron Aaron say that he didn't want to
play center field, where Mr.
Wrists closed out last season so
well and contributed so generous
ly to the Braves' smashing victo victory
ry victory over the Yankees in the World
'He'll play aiy plare try uut
him as long as he ran Int." com commented
mented commented Eddie Mathews at the
' "But I prefer righ field," in in-listed
listed in-listed Aaron. "I'm more comfort
able there, can concent "ate more
on my hitting."
Bill Bruton returned to renter
field a month ago and now, roll rolling
ing rolling through July, Aaron, the nat natural
ural natural hitter, admits that the switch
back to his favorite position' has
not paid off. The Alabama kid, on only
ly only 24 now, hat been in the most
protracted slump of his brilliant
young career. Fred Haney found
it necessary to remove him from
the clean-up slot,
IS AARON, WHO Lid the N
tionai League with .328 as a 22
year old and manufactured t4
home runs and drove in 132 run
batting .322 in 1957. doing any-
TNot a thing," says this mot 'One thing is for sure. I'm not
articulate youngster. "I've been losing any weight or sleep. Just
hitting the ball right at somebo
dy since the season started. In Ihe
last game we lost to the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals I rammed two one-hoppers
down the third base line, but Ken
Boyer time up with both. I hit
two other balls in that series series-one
one series-one to center field, the o her n
left that ordinarily would ha"e
been good for two Or three bas bases,
es, bases, but great Catches turned them
into loud outs.
"The ball just hasn't dropped in
for me. All I can do is hit it I
can't guide it. It's just one of
those things. So, I'll just keep
swinging a'nd hoping. The lies'
hitlers Ted Williams, Stan Mu-
sial, all of them go into slumps,
weighed myself, and it was !7P,
same as always."
Eddie Mathews has been suffer suffering
ing suffering from the same trouble, which
is why the Milwaukee club hasn't
moved Sway from the tightly-1
MANAGER HANEY STRESSES
the fact that the situation hardiy
ha; turned him to hard licker.
'They'll start dropping in for :
Aaron soon and every hing will
change," says Ty C 0 b b's old
thiM baseman, confidently.
"The injuries suffered by Wes,
Covington and Red Schoendienst
hurt, but they're OK now.
"We shouldn't be in first place.
but I've never been in one -that I the way we've been going, but'
lasted this long." 1 we are. So, what's troing to hap-
i pen when we move? Last year
DEEP IN A SLUMP, most top we were four h at this lime. A A-hltters
hltters A-hltters concentrate on just meet- round Aug. we win 10 in a row
ing the ball, but there will be no
experimenting by Aaron.
"That's 'all I've ever done con concentrate
centrate concentrate on meeting the ball," he
poin ed out. "And my timing isn't
off. if it were, I wouldn't be hit hitting
ting hitting the ball so good, but straight
at somebody. No, 111 just keeping
swinging the way I always haw.
The percentage is on my side.
They'll have to star, dropping iu
li'wnli. 'mJiiiss' i4rM
and took the lead that broke the
backs of those putting up a
But it has been conclusively
demonstrated tha'l the Sudsville
brigade can't go anythere in par particular
ticular particular Without Eddie Mathews and
Henry Aaron hitting.
Until they do, he' Braves will
feel the hot breath of at least
three clubs 'on the back of their
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR SALI: Great opportunity
'57 FORD SIOAN, four door,
low mile.it. '57 SUNBEAM
RAPIER, two doors, food condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Call to 3-6117.
Hillman Husky 1956 top con con-dition,
dition, con-dition, radio. oesr offer. Call 2 2-1891,
1891, 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nights and Sundays.
1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
nne whit, radic. power rteering;
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays, 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 niohts and Sundays.
FOR SALE: '58 Karman Ghia
FOR SALE 1950 Studebaker
Champion, convertible, radio and
orerdrive. May be seen at 107-B
Albrook AFB, phone 86-6197.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V-8
Cuttomline, Tudor Sedan, very
good condition. 0818 Plank St.
Phon Balboa 1502.
FOR SALE: 1957. 6 Cyl. Ford
6 passenger, ttation wagon, bar bargain
gain bargain pric, leaving for States.
Phon Balboa 175 L
FOR SALE: 1954 Oldsmobil
Supper 88 "Holiday" coupe. A
hardtop convertible unsurpased
for good looks and performance.
Turquoise and blade, red leather
trimmed upholstry. Four new
whit wall tirs, radio and heater,
Hydramatic. "17 xtras" original
ownr. Pric $1095.00 Fort
FOR SALE: Bargain, 1958
Thunderbird fordomatic country
dan, nine passenger. $1,700.
Call 2-3628 House 5759 Bayano
FOR SALE: 1951 DSoto Cus Custom
tom Custom 4 door sedan. 48,000 miles
ood running condition. JibU.
House 123 Ridge
FOR SALE: 1958 Volkswagen,
excellent condition, $1500 or
bast offer Curundu 5297 after
POR $ALI: 19J8 Morri Minor
two door, s.d.n, loss than 3000
miles, full insurance to May 1959
included. $1250.00. Clayton
42J9 er so at Qrn 3 10-A,
FOR SALIi 1957 Lincoln Pre Premier,
mier, Premier, four door sedan, 6000
miles leather upsolstery. oxtras.
excellent condition, duty paid.
Tel. 1-1709 Panama.
FOR lALIi 1950 Super Buiek,
4-door aodan. good condition,
riginal pwnor, $400. Navy.
Toronto Police Chief
Was III, Despondent
f TORONTO (UPD-The vetern
)Aief of Torontos' 2,000-man police
tierce killed himself today short shortly
ly shortly before he wit to have attended
the final aesion of a hearing on
"Charges that three policemen used
th third degree to obtain a corw
Thenbody of John Chisholm, 62,
-Who joined the force in 1922 and
became chief in 1946, was found
im hi. official car in an isolated
section of High Park, overlooking
THe wore civilian clothes. There
as a single bullet wound in his
head. His service revolver was on
he seat beside him.
Dr. Smirle Lawson. Toronto s
chief coroner, officially ruled the
death a suicide.
Chisholm, a strict disciplinarian
Who conducted periodic campaigns
to keep his men in trop physic?!
condition, was known to have
(been in poor health recently. He
suffered a severe attack of Asian
Influenza last Christmas and had
been under a doctor's care recent
had loonen uren ami uaz-
but had stuck doggedly to
duties despite a doctor s a-
take a two-month leave ot
There had been reports Chisholm
ihad planned to retire on pension
because of his health.
I The bodv was found onlv about
H quarter of a mile from Chis.
point's modest home. He had told
Bl reporter he planned to attend
'the final session of a hearing of
charges against three policemen
UuA they obtained a robbery con confession
fession confession by beating a prisoner.
Chisholm, a native of Dundee.
Scotland, was chief constable of
"Toronto unti'. .Ian. 1, 1957. when
'bis title was changed to chief of
ipolice of Grealer Toronlo. Before
(that time, each of the 13 suburbs
IM its own force.
to'Ma often complained th-,t the
Job of policing an area occupied
by 1,450,000 persons kept him too
tied down to his desk and paper
i. Chisholm managed to get out of
m Osflee on big cases, however.
Only a month ago, he participated
la the investigation of a boiler
I explosion that snanereu a mock oi
apartments, killing one person
2sf burying several under debris.
-CADETS VISIT BRITAIN
LONDON (UPI) Eighty five
WB. S. Air Force Academy cadets
arrived in Britain yesterday for
O week a lour of U.S. and British
HRoyal Air Force bases.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities,
maid service, telephone and 24
hour watchman. Ask at
uecoracion store in Editicio
Campo Alegre on Via Espana
across from Hotel El Panama
Hilton. Telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Apartments facing
Panama-Hilton Hotel. Furnished,
clean, cool, quiet, independent.
$75.00, $85.00. $100.00. Please
inquire Foto Halcon in first block
on street adjoining hotel's en entrance.
trance. entrance. Tel. 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, livin-diningroom, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and service, house recent recently
ly recently built in front of the "Com "Commercial
mercial "Commercial Center", furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished if desired. For infor information
mation information enquire downstairs plant
or call Tel. 2-2883 3-4734.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment on heights of El Cangrejo,
two bedrooms, living-diningroom,
service, balcony maid's room with
services, and garage, Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro Street No. 48 Tel. 2-2883
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 1 68 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, maid's room,
garage. Paitilla, 89 Street No.
117. Phone 2-4669.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living-diningroom, large porch,
Venetian blinds, garage, linen,
China glassware. Exclusive resi residential
dential residential section. Bella Vista, tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or room. Clean and
independent. Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished on bedroom apart-mcnt-kitctiinatte.
4th of July
Avenue 17-18. Phono 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Two modern "Du "Duplex"
plex" "Duplex" apartments, two bedrooms,
hot water, maid's room, garage,
one furnished. Rieardo Arias
Street, in Campo Alegre, near El
Panama Hotel. Phon 2-2341
FOR RENT: Completely furnish furnish-d
d furnish-d 2 bedroom apartment, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot and cool water
tc, $120.00. Phono 2-2504.
Ike Signs Measure
Of Rivers, Harbors
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower has signed into
law a bill authorizing $1,620, $1,620,-000,000
000,000 $1,620,-000,000 in rivers and harbors
projects. He said he was "grati "gratified"
fied" "gratified" that Congress knocked out
projects he considered objection objectionable.
able. objectionable. The President, who had vetoed
two earlier rivers and harbors
measures, stamped his approval
on the third today and
praised the lawmakers for el.m el.m-inating
inating el.m-inating "practicailv all of the
shortcomings of the earlier billi
Sen. Francis Case (R-SD). one
of the co-authors of the legisla
tion, said it will r?e looked upon
as one of the great legislative
landmarks of the Eisenhiwer ad
ministration." "He said it was the
result of an 'admirable bipartisan
Sen. Thomas II. Kuchel (R
Calif.) said "urgent and vital"
projects held up by Ihe earlier
J vetoes can now proceed. He said
it was a nil -" more than two
years were lost before Congress
and the White House agreed on a
The measure, sometimes de-j
scrioen as porK narrel mil, was
the result of a necotiated agree agreement
ment agreement between Eisenhower and the
Budcet Bureau on one hand and
Congress on the other. It ended a
dispute which had been going on
The new law authorized 599 navi navigation,
gation, navigation, 14 treach erosion and f-fi
flood control projects and modi modifications
fications modifications costing an eslima'ed 750
million dollars. It also raised by
870 million dollars the money lim limits
its limits on 15 approved river basin
Such program always are hrn hrn-dled
dled hrn-dled in two packages. Congress
first authorizes Ihe programs in
one bilPand then acts on a follow-
up measure to provide the ac ur
cash A money hill to finanrr
proiocts approved earlier now is;
on its wav tlirouen ( oncress.
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public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management it at your serv service.
ice. service. PHILLIPS Oceansid Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House One mile past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Gramlich's furnish furnished
ed furnished beads house Santa Clara, in information
formation information Balboa 4319, open
until July 30th.
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo 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: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, etc. 61 Street
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Two room units,
separate kitchen and service in
cool quiet location. $32.50 and
$35.00. Upper 4th Street Rio
Abajo. Call Williams 2-4807 or
.liily 3 to .luly 7 (
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With built-in Universal
Church Of God
From 30-Day Trip
Tho Rev. GoorRe W. Grandison
senior pastor of the Church ot t.otl
on the Isthmus of Panama, is
.scheduled to arrive ioaay irum a
trip to the International Convoca Convocation
tion Convocation of the Church of God in' An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Ind.
While the Rev. Grandison was
in the United States he visited nd
spoke in some of the larger con congregations
gregations congregations of the Church of God.
The Church of God in Panama
is planning a special welcome
service for him in which he will
report on the trip.
ANNOUNCE NEW PRODUCT
PITTSBURGH UPI) Pills
burgh Corning Corp. today
announced it has begun markri-
ing foamsil, described as an
entirely new acid-resistant insulal
$ for i
AGENTS OR ()l R OFFICES AT 13 37
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
NCR accounting-billing machine
with stand, almost now $950.
Including service contract; ad adding
ding adding machine Burroughs 10 key
electric 18 months old $200.
Call 2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays,
3-5954 Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: Portrait and com commercial
mercial commercial studio, operating in the
same location lor over 1 3 years.
Make me an offer, 31st street
No. 6-71. Photo Wallace, Pana Panama
ma Panama City.
FOR SALE: TV 24" G.E. port.
60 cy. Capehart radio-phonograph
co.fjination, 60 cy. Set
Samsonite Luggage, Rocker.
500-A, Curundu, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Signed Original
Lithographs and Etchings ol the
American Artist Association. Call
Curundu 5260 after 6:00 p.m.
Mrs. E. H. Franklin
To Be Honor Guest
Of Junfa Femenina
Guest of honor at a morning
cofee to be given by the Junta Fe Femenina
menina Femenina de Beneficencia on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, following services, at the St.
Paul's Episcopal Church, will be
Mrs. Eneida Hamlett Franklin.
M6r s. Franklin, an honorary
member, has been very helpful to
the organization throughout the
years and the members will take
this opportunity to bid her fare farewell,
well, farewell, as. she will be leaving short shortly
ly shortly for the USA where her husband
has been assigned.
A large delegation from the A.
migas cJe Caridad In Colon will at attend
tend attend this get-together, whicn also
is in celebration of the 11 anniver.
sary of the Junta Femenina.
Night Of Fun
Sel For Parish
Hall Al Paraiso
The Paraiso St. Joseph Parish
Hall will be the site for a "Nite-Of-Fun",
on July 10, beginning at
5 p.m. with the sale of snowballs,
cold drinks, cakes, and hot-dogs,
The main part of the night will
Start at 7 p.m. with bingo, gra&
bag, raffles and prizes.
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neapolis and St. Louis Railway has
placed a $2,640,000 order for six
diesel locomotives with General
Motors Corp. for delivery in Oc
tober It was announced yesterday.
2:45 4:40 6:35 8:30
. ..o eio icrusf"
in Cinemascope & Coloi
G A M B O A
Sat. Matinee 6:15
' Mystery Submarine"
"BOP GIRL GOES
"day of the
in Clnema8cope & Color
6:15 & 8:20
"H" STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO 1 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
Rattan dinigroom table, four
chairs $85.00. Call 2-1891, 2 2-1895
1895 2-1895 weekdays. 3-5954 Sun Sundays
days Sundays and evenings.
FOR SALE: Wettingheuse all
porcelain refrigerator, dining
table, 4 chairs, mahogany table,
2 chairs, newly reupholstered,
new 2 h.p. motor. Call Tel. Bal
FOR SALE; Two 60 cycle sani sanitary
tary sanitary refrigerators, stainless steel
interiors, stew units, $75.00 and
$50.00. Bendix automatic wash washer.
er. washer. Entire new unit, $50, Phone
FOR SALE: 4 wicker chairs,
good condition $350 each; I bi bicycle
cycle bicycle $5.00; 5 Venetian blinds
for4 4-family concrete apart apartment
ment apartment 791 -D Tavernilla Balboa
FOR SALI: 1954 Kenmore
automatic washer 21 in. munti
cabinot, T.V. Albrook 4112;
Qtrs. 100 King St.
SALE: 1 Simmons sola
double bed1 Simmons mat
tress and spring, 1 Dixie gas
range; 1950 No. 88 Olsdmobile.
A book for" those who enjoy
brain twisters and apparent parad
oxes has been wrimen by Dr.
Georee Gamow and Dr. Marvin
Stern, two scientists, who present
their Droblems not as mere pu:zl
es to be solved but as s.ones oi
Placed in circulation this week
bv the Canal Zone Library,
"Puzzle-Math" presents a humane
approach to higher mathematics
and will delinht those to whom
puzzle solving is a favorite pas
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the Library follows:
Non-fiction Record Houses of
1956. Architectural Record; From
a Writer's Notebook, Brooks; On
the Art of the Theatre, Craig,
Arctic Year, Freuchen; Puzzle -Match,
Gamow; The First, Person
Prula, Godowsky; Lincoln, Lorant
The Complete Book of Sewing
Talbot; An Omnibus of Modern
Spanish Prose, Wilkins;
Fiction Coronets and Buckskin
iBarratt; Cry for Happy, Campbell
Great Davs, Dos Passos; Angry
Harvest, Field; The Black Buil,
Goodwyn; The Man with Yellow
Shoes, Hecksitall-Smith- Smith; a
Against the Clock, Malleson.
J. St' I
ENEMY from SPACE'
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SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Dean Martin and
"Hollywood er Butt"
In VistaVlslon and
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6:15 & 7:55
FOR SALE: Beautiful corner lot
1600 square motors, Urbanisa Urbanisation
tion Urbanisation Obarrio, between 50th street
and Santuario. For information
call 3-6233 or 3-4568.
FOR SALE: Gramlich's furnished
beach house Santa Clara, electric
refrigerator, gat stove, own gas
tanks, good buy, terms consider considered,
ed, considered, information Balboa 4319.
FOR SALE: Lots on the most
exclusive, aafe and attractive
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information enquire at Alfa
Store, No. 29-110 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
FOR SALE: Without agent lot,
in El Cangrejo. good price,
wonderfull situation. Tel. 3-
Boats fir Motors
FOR SALE: Plywood 12 foot
boat, 3 h.p. Evinrude engine and
trailer, good for trolling, only
used three times House 4177
Las Americas Chorrera, Rep. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Prica $175.00. J. Ryan.
Weep Two Games
NEW YORK. Julv 5 (UPD-The
Montreal Royals held a four and
one half game lead in the Inter International
national International League race today, and
if tradition holds, they'll go on to
win the pennant but don't bet on
In he last 21 I.L. seasons, 18
teams in first place m July 4
have gone on to win the flag.
Howeveii, the Royal were respons responsible
ible responsible for four of tha fivt flops4n,
19494, 19947, 19593 ind 19596; The
Toronto Maple Leafs, are the on only
ly only other failures.
The Royals swept the last-place
Buffalo Bisons, 8-7 and 7-2 yes
terday to open up a commanding
lead, while the second-place Ro Rochester
chester Rochester Red Wings were washed
out of a holiday doubleheader
witn the visiting Maple Leafs.
The Miami Marlins, fighting to
gei DacK into contention defeated
the Richmond Virginians twice, 3-
ana -4, wntiet he Havana Su
gar Kings, and the Columbus Jets
split, the Jets winning the open opener,
er, opener, 2-1 and the Sugar Kings the
nightcap, 3-2 in 10 innings, in oth
The day's most notable perform
ance saw Satchel Paiee aain his
third victory in the last four days
nu mis seventn ot the season.
Old Satch took over the in the 6th
inning of the seven-Inning opener
ior me Marnns and got the de
cision when Miami showed nv.r
the inning marker in thp ivinth
To Visit Military,
Col. Hugh P. Osbornet U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean inspector eni-al
Will leave the Isthmus tnmnrrnJ
for a 16-day inspection orlp to
military missions and IAGS acti
vities in Colombia and Ecuador.
Osborne wll be accompanied by
S-Sgt. William Mederros of the
USARCARIB Inspector General's
TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
TllE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special
Pleaie dial Tel.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
Teacher of modern and popular
piano playing will come to your
home. Call Bennett, 3-3653 Pa Panama
nama Panama mornings.
Accordion professor Nelly Hof Hof-mann
mann Hof-mann graduated in Germany will
give private classes to pupils
at theirs homes, in English, Ger German
man German and Spanish. Call 2-3193
in office hours.
Army's Foreign Aid
Now Has Openings
The Foreign Area Specialist
Training Program, established to
meet the Army's needs for offi officers
cers officers with a through knowledge of
foreign areas and peoples, present presently
ly presently has openings for eligible officer
Officers 37 years of age or un under
der under and possessing a bachelor's or
advanced degree from an accredit,
ed college or university may ap apply
ply apply for the training by submitting
an application to Headquarters,
U.S. Army Caribbean through nor.
mal military channels.
Officers now serving on over.
seas tours will not De returned to
the United States for the Foreign
Area Training Program prior to
the normal expiration of their tour.
Those selected will be trained
to the highest practicable degree
in total culture of a peoBle, includ.
ing their principal languages and
in the physical aspects of the a.
re a studied.
Here at headquarters for
PROTO quality hand
tools you will find all
types for all uses-from
tiny screwdrivers to giant
wrenches. And every one
is designed to give better,
safer, longer service.
Come in and let us help you
jelect the ones you need.
We will appreciate your call which
to tiervey you better
3 -minute car wash $1, ttoem I
cleaning of metei $5. waxing of
cart 56 Auto-Bana. Trans-lsth-mian
Highway near Sears
. Prompt sarvica
. Fair prices
. Honor parts waranty t
30 years in electronics J
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for Mft
TV. Panama 2-3142.
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME, $3.50
You got service the same da
WE GUARANTEE. OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained tochni-
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
JWB To Offer
July is sightseeing time for serv.
The USO JWB Armed Force!
Service Center offerSj at no charge,
a see-and.shoot-the. sights camera
sightseeing tour of Panama and
its environs every Sunday a ter ter-noon
noon ter-noon during the month of July for
servicemen and their dependents.
A local sightseeing expert will
give and guide the 2,2.houi- tour
which begins on Sunday al 2:30
For information or reservation,
call or drop by the USO-JWB. The
telephone number is Balboa 1072.
The Coffee Hour will begin Sun.
day at 9:30 a.m. and continue for,
60r minutes past the lottery-drawing
The July Fourth-two.davs late
dance will take place beginning at
BOY GETS URGE
LONDON UPI) A juvenil
court here yesterday took under
consideration the case of a youth
who had ;un away from homa
208 times. His father said the boy
was well-behaved at home, iiif
then would-be overcome suddenly
with "a etrange urge to be aomer
IT AND 10X1$
WCKITS AND ATTACHMlNt
for prompt attention
will enable us
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FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" July 14
S.S. "POTOSI" .....July 25
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUA1RA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
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( Air-Condi tioned) July 6
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S.S. "P1ZARRO" July 16
M.V. "SANTANDER" July 18
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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S.S. "LOCH RYAN" juiy 12
S.S. "LOCH LOYAL" ur, o
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Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12578 a Balboa 2.1995
AFOVA$ PANAMA AffWA KS
Today's TV Program
S OA CFN NEWS
8;15 Transatlantic Tlriew
8:3(1 Vld Wide World
5 30 PANORAMA
7:0i Dark Jubilee
7.30 Oh Suianna
S (X) (.'aedai'i Hour
9:00 Court of Last Resort
30 The Whistler
10 00 Encore: Golf Show
11-00 CFN NEVS
11 15 Encore Chevy Show.
Courtesy of Arrnvia Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-16W
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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For Help In
PARIS, July 5 (UPD President Eisenhower today Invited Gen. Charles de Gaulle to visit
tin United States in the near future.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles extended the invitation in a two and a half hour
meeting with de Gaulle in which he attempted unsuccessfully to persuade de Gaulle to drop
hi plans for making France the world's fourth nuclear power.
The lengthy meeting was the first direct contact between the U.S. government and de
Gaulle since the general became premier June 2.
The talks continued informally through an official lunch and this afternoon Dulles con conferred
ferred conferred with French foreign minister Maurice Couve de Murville.
Several hours after the morning meeting it was announced officially that Dulles had
tended an invitation from President Eisenhower for de Gaulle to visit the United States.
Officials also disclosed that de Gaulle and Dulles had failed te reach agreement on de
Gaulle's request for American aid in developing France into a nuclear power.
Dulles was reported to haveiman said the talks were xtrem-,power-'a rank she is capable of
,,timt hn.it ihie he- elv intprestinc and were marked reaching and has the right to
cause of oast French political in-
liability. "A feeling of mutual personal
De Gaulle was said to have ar- trust and great frankness resulted;
gued that nuclear help from the! from them,'' he said.
United States would aid in! He said Dulles made a "rem "rem-atrengthening
atrengthening "rem-atrengthening his government's arkable and very profound" expo-
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making France a nuclear pow power,
er, power, French government
spokesman said the talks show showed
ed showed the U.S. end French views
were "extremely close" on the
Elst-West cold war and on def def-.
. def-. ense problems.
De Gaulle and Dulles met ar
Ound a table in the genral's office
at the Hotel Matignon with a
mall group of other French and
It was reported they also dis discussed
cussed discussed North African and Middle
The French government spokes-!
Caused By Faulty
WASHINGTON (UPD The
Army says a punctured detona detonation
tion detonation cap caused an explosion
which killed ten people and in injured
jured injured 1 wo others at a Niko guid guided
ed guided missile site at Middletown,
N.J.. last May 22.
"Corrective actions have bee.i
taken to prevent a recurrence."
an Army report said.
No evidence was found of gross;from
-areifsne, smoKing. inattention
"or any other possible cause ;uch
as sabotage," it added.
The Middletown explosion oc occurred
curred occurred at Battery B of the 525th
Anti Aircraft Nike Missile Batta Battalion.
lion. Battalion. Six of the battery's enlisted
men were killed as were four ci civilians
vilians civilians of the Army Ordnance De Department.
partment. Department. An Army ordnance ci civilian
vilian civilian and a warrant officer were
Eight missiles were destroyed
nd launching equipment was
But the Army said the battery
remained in operation and "can
take its place in the defense of
the New York City area at any anytime."
time." anytime." Damage it being rapidly
I Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Hitfh fi a is
Low 76 78
JHh 9 91
"w 72 OK
(max. mph SE-7 NW-1S
RAIN (inches) T fi
(Inner harbor) 84 15
SUNDAY. JULY I
PRESENTS ALL THE DAYS AND NIGHTS OF
" Also Starring
K)P LANGE BARBARA RUSH MAY BRlTT
Gibson Retains Wimbledon
Down De Gaulle's Bid
French Atomic Efforts
by the greatest cordiality."
n. r., t. ra wh s own!
vlew!- n"h enth r.f rnmm;tt lne oniciai communique an. that we or at 1
He said De Gaulle made it .nncei only that the scientists! Low before before-clear
clear before-clear beyond doubt that France; Ktl-"1"1 discussions"! He would not sa
w.ll take its place as a nuclear on V vay's and scheduled the next meeting and Dr. James B
In London Checks
Note From US f lier
LONDON (UPD The Soviet
Embassy in London is not wholly
convinced uiai a iruei pu.pu. 1..
ly coming from an American
pilot and offering to drop a nu.
clear bomb off Britain is genuine,
the Foreign Office said today.
Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik
turned photostatic copies of the
letter over to the Foreign Ofifee
and to newsmen yesterday.
But a Foreign Office spokesman
said Friday that when one of Mai.
ik's aides handed the photostat
over to Foreign Office 'ifficials.
he (the aide) said it was prob probably
ably probably a hoax.
"That is a view we share" the
The letter purportedly came
a rjilot serving in Britain
with the U.S. Air Force. It was 1
posted in Ipswich a city in east- i
ern England which has half
dozen American bases grou
Signed only with the initial W,
the letter said the crew planned
to drop a nuclear bomb off the
British coast and then fly on to
the Soviet Union where they
hoped to get financial aid for life.
Scotland yard sent two detectives
of its crack special branch to Ips.
wich today to check on the let letter.
ter. letter. Post Office officials were also
investigating the possibility of the
postmark having been faked.
The Air Force and the U.S.
State Department have already
branded the letter as a fake.
Scotland Yard was also believed
to consider it a hoax.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden today
announced the arrival of the Rev.
Alan Taylor, a newly ordained
minister of the Episcopal Church,
who arrived at Tocumen from
The Rev. Taylor is a native
of Texas, but has spent some years
in San Francisco. Cal., where he
attended school, and was ordain
ed deacon in the Episcopal Church
on June 9 at Grace Cathedrali n
San Francisco Dy Bishop Shires
after his graduation from the
Church Divinity School of thei
Pacific. Berkeley, Cal
The Bev. Taylor will remain on
the Isthmus for a short time until j
his Visa is received. Bishon Good-1
en has assigned him to
He will assist at St. Paul's
Church, Panama City on tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 9 o'clock and also at the
Cathedral of St. Luke Ancon, at
PRECIOS: .75 .40
2:1.1 5:30 9:00 p.m.
(Continued from Page 1)
there was an aerial fireworks dis
Winning numbers so far unclaim unclaimed
ed unclaimed are: for two dinners at the
Yacht Club, 306 and 798; two bot bottles
tles bottles of scotch donated by the Elks,
741 and 1957; two cases of beer
donated by the Knights of Colum.
bus. 880 and 879; ten cases of soft
drink, 1600, 113, 180, 141, 1954, 1318,
1567, 631, 859 and 786.
Holders of these numbers are
asked to phone Cristobal 274 or
Another Atlantic tide celebra celebration
tion celebration took place at Coco Solo.
Sponsored by the Coco Solo Civ.
ic Council, this ceremony includ included
ed included a flag railing event at 10 a.m.
Independence Day addresses and
a Marine honor aaard.
tv, jo -1" 1
t Fort GuiickTfort a"S
The Armament and Automotive
Department, USARCARIB, fired
the salute at Fort Gulick mem members
bers members of D Battery, 764th AAA Bat.
talion fired the salute at both Fort
Amador and Fort Clayton and six
tanks from D Company, 34th Arm.
6r rendered the salute 'at Fnrf
Ail Residents Told:
Available Next Week
Canal Zone residents are remind reminded
ed reminded by the Health Bureau that the
vaccination against rabies of dogs
in the Canal Zone and the licens licensing
ing licensing of dogs for the year beginning
Aug. 1, will start Monday.
The annual program of vaccina vaccination
tion vaccination of dogs in the various com communities
munities communities will be started Monday
in Margarita when a vaccination
team will operate in the North
Margarita Elementary Schoool fro
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2:30
p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Operating on the same schedule,
(he team will move to Mount Hope
Stadium July 9; to the Gatun fire
station July 11; and to Building
No. 98 at Coco Solo, July 14.
Vaccinations will be started Ju Ju-ly
ly Ju-ly t6 on the Pacific side when the
team sets up a station in the form former
er former Aids to Navigation building in
Gamboa. Innoculations will be giv given
en given between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and
3 to 5 p.m.
The team will be on duty dur during
ing during the same hours July 18 in the
Paraiso Scout shack; and both Ju July
ly July 21 and 23 in the porte cochere
of the Balboa Junior High School.
Dogs belonging to Canal Zone
residents will be vaccinated and
registered for a fee nt 49 Prcn.
residing on military reservations
mav haw their rinpc vnrninDifill
against rabies at the locations
mentioned by payina the same
fee. The dog license and registra registra-tion
tion registra-tion must be obtained, however,
from military authorities.
ARSONIST ON PROBATION
LONDON (UPI) A judge
placed 21-year-old farmer Peter
Swallow on two years probation i
today because he set fire to a i
building at the U. S. Strategic Air I
Command base near Brize Nor-j
ton. Swallow said he resented U.S.
nuclear flights from the base.
Iraq Offers Aid To Quell 8
BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI)-The
Lebanese goverment t oday was
reported considering an offer of
aid from Iraq in quelling the
eight. week-old Lebanese civil war.
Hope for United Nations or Anglo.
American intervention virtually
had been abandoned.
As President Camille Chamoun's
cabinet met in emergency session,
bitter street clashes continued in
The cabinet met in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of bitterness and exaspera exasperation
tion exasperation brought to a climax by U.N.
Secretary General Dag Hammar Hammar-skjold's
skjold's Hammar-skjold's failure to' find the mas.
sive interference charged by Leb Leb-anon
anon Leb-anon against the United Arab Re Republic.
public. Republic. "Doe Mr. Hammarskjold want
street fighting to convince him
about the situation heree" Pre Premier
mier Premier Simi es.Solh asked in an in.
"The insurgents are 10 miles
from Beirut," he said. "If they
broke through it would mean mas massacre
sacre massacre and looting. Does he want
that to happen?"
The possibility of aid front Iraq
Russian Scientists Reveal
Way To Detect A-Exploions
(ENEVA, July ? (UPI The I Both Soviet and Western deleg.
Soviet Union today unveiled some I ates said they were satisfied with
of the previously secret methods the progress of their discussions
it uses to detect nuclear explosions. and the friendly atmosphere 1:1
The disclosures were made by which they proceeded.
Russian scientists in a new report But the Russians appeared less
presented to western scientists at impressed with what the West
me eigni-nation casi-west lecnni.
cal conference studying means to
detect nuclear explosions.
The methods were not made
Dr. Hans Beth, professor al
Cornell University, told newsmen
after the lengthy meeting today
the Soviet experts had given da data
ta data "beyond the technical infor information
mation information previously known."
The scientists from Britain,
France, Canada, the United States,
Russia, Poland, Czechoslovakia
and Romania met for nearly three
hours today. It was the fourth ses
sion since the conference
five days ago.
for Monday at 3 p.m.
East Germans Called
For Holding Soldiers
WASHINGTON (UPI)-U.S. of officials
ficials officials said today nine Americans
held captive in East Germany
mav turn out to hp more of a
liability than an asset in that
puppet regime's effort to win in
They said continued detention of
the men would show up the East
"i oii. a .,,
ueiHiaiis as zum eiiiurv oar-
iS7..r'to" and "medieV"1
The United States called on the
Soviet Union again yesterday to
free the nine soldiers imprisoned
since their helicopter was forced
down June 7. It was the third
American protest in two weeks.
But the Russians merely re repealed
pealed repealed their insistence that re release
lease release of the men was a matter
for negotiation by U.S. and East
Soviet Embassy Counselor Ser Sergei
gei Sergei Striganov, who was handed
the latest protest by Undersecre Undersecretary
tary Undersecretary of State Christian A. Herter,
said "we believe there are all
possibilities to solve this problem
(But he quickly added "this
question is not within the com competence
petence competence of tlie Soviet Union."
The East German government
is trying to blackmail the Umted
States into granting diplomatic
recognition in return for release
of the nine Army men, headed
by Maj. George Kemper of Es Es-condilo,
condilo, Es-condilo, Calif. The United States
has refused to go along with
Women Really Are
Full Of Hot Air,
Mother Of 4 Proves
PERRY, Kan. (UPI) Mrs.
Carmen Araiza, a 29-year-old
mother of four, Friday claimed a
new talkathon record of 93 hours,
36 minutes and 99 seconds.
Mrs. Araiza, of Topeka, had
been talking since Monday morn morning
ing morning when she ended, nearly ex exhausted,
hausted, exhausted, at 8:36 a.m. Friday. She
won more than $1,000 in prices
for her chatter binge in a con contest
test contest sponsored by Radio Station
WREN of Topeka and a furniture
Sponsors said the old record in
a talkathon was 992 hours set by
Sue Huron at FayettevWle, N.C.,
a week ago.
Mrs. Araiza was allowed a 2V
minute break every hour and
could accumulate 5 minutes by
skipping an hourly break. Sh
talked about children, how to
children, enchiladas, torlil
las and other subjects.
Another contestant. Mrs. Marthel
lo Booth, dropped out of ths
'test after talking 88 hours.
arose from a call on Chamoun on
Thursday by the Iraqi charge
He was reported to have offered
Lebanon a defense treaty 'jnder
which Iraqi troops could be j
brought into the country, in much i
the same manner that Iraqi faces
entered Jordan at the peak of the
Fighting In Tripoli
In Tripoli Friday, rebels were
dynamiting buildings in "no man's
land" between the insurgent held
Old City ad the modern quarter.
A rebel mortar shell damaged
buildings on the fringe of the
Iraq Petroleum Company's com communications
munications communications rpnlnr at T.n0lllt Thr
center had been evacuated two'
i weeks ago. but a skeleton staff
I remained. The mortar caused ma
trrial damage but no casualties.
Firemen from the government.
Held sector battled flames in a
dynamite store amid a hail of
rebel bullets. Another large fire
raged near the Ctadel..
Rebel sources said Uiey lost six
; nad ot ered than did the western
scientists with what the Russians
had offered in the way of techni technical
cal technical knowledge.
Soviet Nobel Prize winner Ni.
kolai N. Semenov and Mikhail
A. Sadovski, a corresponding
member of the Soviet Academy
of Sciences, told newsmen the
West so far had told them "on "only
ly "only generally known things."
Both of the U. S. delegation de described
scribed described the exchange of views to today
day today as of a "very high order" and
said both sides were "free and
! forthcoming in their talks."
"We have learned something
least I, dii not
say what that was
risk, leader of
the Western delegation, declined
to comment at all except to say
the meeting was "a good one."
Woody Herman Herd
To Play In Panama
Woody Herman, internationally
famous bandleader, and his third
"era wm appear in ranamaou
;A"g 1. 2, ana 3, on the first leg
I of lour t Latin America, spor.s-
j ored by the U.S. President's pro
gram r international presents-
t -i n c- no n t in inie Icrarl 7 tria An.
erican National Theater and Aca
demy (ANTA). They are schedul scheduled,
ed, scheduled, to give two concerts in Pa Panama
nama Panama City, and one in Colon.
After leaving Panama, the
group will visit other countries in
South and Central America, in including
cluding including Venezuela, Colombia, E E-cuador,
cuador, E-cuador, Peru, Chile, Paraguay,
Argentine and (Brazil.
Woodrow Charles Hermanv or
Woody, as he is known in jazz
circles, has remained at the :op
of the majority of popularity polls
and recording surveys for the past
20 years. Most critics agree that
his long reign as king oi jazz
stems from his constant experim experimenting
enting experimenting with a bUid of ihe classic
and popular forms o fmusic. His
name has become a by-wcrd
among collegiate dancers because
of the romantic and sophisticated
appeal of his swing-jazz form.
In recognition of Wood's efforts
to link popular and classical mus music,
ic, music, the noted composer, Igor Strav
insky, wrote a concert piece to
Woody and his orchestra. This
piece, "The Ebony Concerto", was
acclaimed on its premiere per performance
formance performance by the Herman orches
tra in New York City.
Woody's success can also be at attributed
tributed attributed to his versatility with all
jazz instruments. He is capable of
playing each instrument in a feat feature
ure feature role. A star performer him himself,
self, himself, he quickly recognizes out outstanding
standing outstanding artists when ho assem assembles
bles assembles a band. In addition. Woody
has a good singing voice.'
Among the stars on his current
"Third Herd" so called because
this is the third major jazz or orchestra
chestra orchestra he has organized in his
30 vears of jdzz experience is the
Relctto Sextet, a vocal and in
strumental speciality group out of
Loyola University in New Orleans
Of Elks Home
The inauguration of the new'v new'v-built
built new'v-built Elks Home scheduled for to
morrow has been postponed in indefinitely,
definitely, indefinitely, the Eureka Temple -Mount
Olympus building commit committee
tee committee announced today.
The announcement said the post
pnnement was due to a delay in
the installation of lighting fixtur fixtures,
es, fixtures, in addition to other details.
A new inauguration date wit)
be set. probably for the week fol following
lowing following the Elks Handicap, to be
run on July 13 at tne president
- Week Old Lebanese Revolt
dead and 12 wounded in fighting
qestcrday morning and the wound wounded
ed wounded were still cpming in.
Solh and other government lead,
ers were bitterly critical of the
U.N. 'observer team and the way
in which it as conducting its
probe into the Lebanese charges
of interference by the U.A.R.
Perhaps an even worse blow
than Hammarskjold's indication
that no U.N. police force would
be sent to Lebanon was the de.
parture of the U.S. Sixth Fleet
from eastern Mediterranean
The fleet, which has been on
watchdog duty off the Lebanese
coast for weeks, sailed west to
France and Italy or Fourth of
July liberty last week end, leaving
behind only a token force.
On top o that was a growing
fear that the U.S. State Depart,
ment was changing its attitude to.
ward the Lebanrse strife.
Premier Lilts Complalntg
Solh's main' complaints against
of the, U.N.
r team were:
GOLDFINE THINKS HE WAS TREATED
EXTREMELY NICELY IN WASHINGTON
BOSTON, July 5 (UPI) Bernard
Goldfine, wearing a smile and a
day-old beard, arrived home yes yesterday
terday yesterday to rest, hefnre returning to
j a congressional investigating com committee
mittee committee witness chair.
The Boston millionaire indus industrialist
trialist industrialist and his wife arrived by
j plane at Logan Airport. He said,
"I never felt better in my life.
! I was treated extremely nicely
The amiable millionaire was
asked how much money he spent
on preparing for his Congressional
testimony. Goldfine answered, "I
have no way of knowing until all
the bills are in."
He dodged all questions pertin
ent to his testimony and to his
j gifts to governmental officials.
As he climbed Into his waiting
i limousine, Goldfine successfully
hid from reporters the amount of
money he tipped the red cap who
carried his luggage.
Tuesday Goldfine is due to face
more questioning from House in influence
fluence influence investigators.
They were set to ask him a a-bout
bout a-bout qifts to Adams, President
Eisenhower's chief aide, and a a-bout
bout a-bout Christmas checks for 33
"poor workers" on government
Goldfine said in answer to a
question that he was "not a bit"
sorry that he was si generous. In
fact, he said, "I expect to contiue
Two members of the House in influence
fluence influence investigating subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, Reps. John B. Bennett (R
Mich.) and Peter F Mack Jr. (D (D-111),
111), (D-111), said they were not satisfied
with information supplied so far a a-bout
bout a-bout fioldfine's cash gifts to gov government
ernment government workers.
"He wasn't making these con contributions
tributions contributions for his health," Mack
Arrives Next Week
To Replace Grosi
The appoilment of Maj. Harvev
C. Jonrs, Corns of En"ino'",s. as
military assistant to the Gover Governor
nor Governor was announced Thursday by
Canal Zone Gov. Potter, at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights. He will succeed
Maj. Peter Grosz, who has been
serving as the Governor's milita military
ry military assistant since last July.
Grosz. who was recently promot promoted
ed promoted 'to his majority, has, been as assigned
signed assigned to tne Engineering Divi Division.
sion. Division. The new miliary assistant, wih
Mrs. Jones ant their three chil children,
dren, children, arrives here next Tuesday
aboard the transport G i b b i n s.
They are coming from Newport,
R.I., where Jones has been at attending
tending attending the United States Naval
The new military assistant is a
native of the District of Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. He was graduated from the
West Point in 1945, a class ahead
United States Military Academy at
master's degree in civil engineer-
of his predecessor He holds a
master's degree in civil engineer engineering,
ing, engineering, which he received from the
logy in 1950.
Monday At 2 P.M.
For John Williams
Funeral services for John Wil
Hams, retired Industrial Division
employe, who died at Coco Solo
Hospital Wednesday morning, will
be held Monday, at 2 p.m. in the
Four Square Gospel Church in
The Rev. T. J. Tuttle will con-
following which interment w i 1 i
take place at Mount Hope Ceme
fery. Graveside services at the
cemetery will be conducted by
the members of the Independent
order of Oddfellows Lodge.
Mr. Williams was employed bv
the Canal organization from 1929
unti1 his retirement In 1949 Most
of his service was as machinist
in the Industrial Division in Cris.
He is survived by hjs wife Mrs.
Alicia H. Williams.
The U.N. team could not be
expected to witness Syrian infil infiltration
tration infiltration across the frontiers since
the team operated by day and
the infiltrators came by night.
Infilitration of Syrians and
Palestinians occurred on a large
scale before the U.N. team ar arrived.
rived. arrived. Once they were in Lebanon
the U.N. team could not spot the
Syrians, because even Lebanese
could only tell the difference by
the dialects the Syrians spoke.
A great many Syrians hid out
in Beirut when the U.N. observers
arrived. In the rebel held Basta
sector of Beirut U.A.R. flags were
hauled down during Hammer,
skjold's visit last month.
Hammarskjold and the ob.
servers did not take into account
that there were 120,000 refugees
in Lebanon, and U.A.R. President
Gamal Abdel Nasser exploited
this because "refugees are belter
against everyone against all
The observers were not per per-muted
muted per-muted to go -to the critical fron frontier
tier frontier fegions, where the rebels are
in complete control.
said. 'It appears to me he was
trying to buy his -way Into very
i Rpunpft catri ho uraiA1 --i-
niiuicu OJ UOWL
Goldfine if he "had any other
motive other than just being a good
He said he could not see any
"bad faith standing by itself" if
Goldfine merely intended to give
the workers a personal Christmas
But. Bennett said, it would ha
a different matter if the checks
were given to get employes to get
their bosses to do favors for Gold Gold-fine.
fine. Gold-fine. Goldfine said he had not talked
to his old friend Sheman Adams
since he went to Washington to
testify before the House influence
However, Goldfine did say that
his wife had a telephone chat with
Mrs. Goldfine would not disclose
what the two women discussed.
Mexican Food To Be
Al Atlas Garden
A large variety of Mexican dish dishes
es dishes will again be available tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at the Atlas Garden, but
this time the management has
made arraneements to take rare
of at least 500 diners.
Mexican food was also featured
last Sunday night, but so many
diners showed un that more than
300 customers who came late were
disappointed when they were told
that it had all been eaten.
Miss Maria Elena Gomez, -the
Mexican chef who has planned the
variety of dishes that will be serv served,
ed, served, said today that she felt cert certain
ain certain that every customer will be
able to get a complete dinner to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night.
Although Mexicans revel in
mouth scalding chilies, ta males
and beans, their cuisine also in includes
cludes includes many dishes that are far
less fiercy and limited.
According to Miss Gomez, fine
Mexican cooking involves the skill skillful
ful skillful seasoning and blending Of ma many
ny many foods. Basic inertfriiantoo- am-
chocolate, corn, chilies, tomatoes
,nec, garlic, spices and beans,
which when used with imagination
can produce subtle and distinctive.
In addition to their meals, all
diners will be given free Gavilan
Has Its Defects.
EDINBURGH, Scotland (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The Duke of Edinburgh pot stuck
in an elevator at Heriott-Watit
Technical College here yesterday
when he went to open a new wing.
He entered the elevator in the
basement and pressed the button
for the ground floor. The Hft rose
and stopped between two floors
and then sM up to the top.
Principal Hugh B. Nisbett raid
there was "no-'ng wrong with
the mechanism," The secretary of
state for Scotland, he said, leaned
against the panel switch with his
Commented the Duke: "This
could only happen in a technical
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Two Words That Made
The World Remember
The Man It Tried
ANTON W ALBROOK
VIVECA L1NDF0RS LEO GENN
DONALD WOLFIT-HERBERT LOM
A iufb perforin a nee JpHlV
rv in gflHfcL
the r fllehraled role JIVB&lv
GoldfinV, deduction of gift, f
Adams from his income tax as
business expense apparently ha
brought his tax returns under
investigation by the Infernal
He has said he would repay the
government if it found that the
tax write-off was not legt
British Promise Aid
To Greek Cypriote;
Town Is Abandoned
NICOSIA, Byprus (UPI)
Frightened Greek Cypriots today'
ignored a promise of protection
by the (British and continued fla
ing the village of Omorphita.j
scene of violent riots with Turk
lsiL Cypriots in the past two days.,
Trucks loaded high with furni furniture
ture furniture and oiher household posses posses-sions
sions posses-sions rolled through the streets
following threats from the Turk Turk-lSh
lSh Turk-lSh underground that homes
would be burned and throats cut
if the Greeks remained.
Greek sources said at least 24
families ahd fled the village in
the last 224 hours.
, Three families left after Brit-'
ish Gov. Sir Hugh Foot personally
visited the district yesterday and
asked them to stay.
He said "ample force" would
be used to prevent further vio violence.
lence. violence. He also promised that Turks
would not be nermilted to take
over homes abandoned by the
Nevertheless, the area, which
alw is inhabited by a number of
British families, was a sea of
Turkish flags today and the
Greeks apparently did not listen
to FQOt's words.
For the second night In a row
'he area was nlaced under cur curfew
few curfew and British troops patrolleJ
the streets in force.
British civilians also formed
their own "Viking patrols" to
protect their own home.
Boys 8, Girls $
Eichf hovs and ipht pirlc
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week endinff at. midnight Mnn.
day, according to the regular ho
nitai renort. During the same per
iod, 189 patients were admitted
and 181 were discharged.
Boy babies were born to ths
following Darents: Mr. and Mrs,
F. H. Robinson nt Anpnn- Mr.
and Mrs, R. J. Warnerk, of Pa
nama City s sgt. and Mrs. T. R,i
Vigil, of Locona: Mr. and Mrs. Oij
E. William nf Panama riiv Mr
. .. .,..',. Vll , I
and Mrs. Pacifico Plata Jr., ol
Manama City; Sfc and Mrs. E. A(
Short, of Panama Citv Mr anA
Mrs. C. P. Vincent, of Panama A
uty; and Sgt. and Mrs. Jose Me Medina,
dina, Medina, of Fort Clayton.
Gisl babies wese born to the
following: S-Sgt. and Mrs. L. Rj
Rivera, of Locona: Sfc and Mrsj
J. A. Alger, of Fort Kobbe; M
Sgt. and Mrs. E. C. Hatcher o
Fort Kobbe- Mai anil Mro M:
J. Postel, of Fort Amador: S-Sgt, il
and Mrs. D. S. Reed, of Albrook:
Mr and Mrc W C nll, f
-' W 'U
Coco Solo: Mr. and Mr! Ttnimllfli
uiaz nt Fanama City; and Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Mann, of CocoliJ
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